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For All of the Homes
AT RIGHT PRICES
OCALA. FLOKIDA. TUESDAY. MAY U. 1912.
THE FURNITURE MEN
PERPETRATED BY WALT AV DOUGALL
Ifa Applied to Ihe Supreme Court for
a Writ of MantlantuK .Klot
I I GAME
BANKING BY MAIL
Tlie Munroe ifc Chambliss
Rank of Ocala desires to par particularly
ticularly particularly call your attention
to theadvan ages of Banking
Deposits may he sent safely
by bank ( hfck, postofliee
money order, express money
order or currency by regis registered
tered registered mail.
We solicit small accounts
as well as lartre ones, all re receiving
ceiving receiving the Mine careful and
MUNROE & CHAMBLISS
Tallahassee. Mar 1-- Col. Cromwell
Gibbons of Jacksonville filed with the
supreme court yesterday papers in
mandamus proceedings to compel the
chairman of the state democratic ex executive
ecutive executive committee to put hi-- name on
th ticket to le voted in the primary
of May 28.
The case will be argued before the
court today and a decision rendvr.-d
IIHTTKIt TO TAKK THIN CAI.OMKI,
I'nlted State I'oHtal Saving Hank
L. F. BLALOGK
Office Over Commercial Hank
OCALA ... FLOKIDA
Office Hours. 8 to 12 a. m. 1 to 3
p. m. Plione 212.
FULLER & AYER
Office over Munroe & Chambliss IJ'k.
' TERMS. CASH-
J, E. CHAGE
DimImoh'm Liver Tone, a holewnine,
Iteliahle Medicine That Taken the
Place of Calomel
Dodson's Liver Tone strengthens the
liver it does not drive it to its work
by over stimulating it as calomel does.
Dodson's, Liver Tone does not have
any of the dangerous after-effects of
calomel. It is a vegetable liquid ab absolutely
solutely absolutely safe for either children or
rown people. Everybody likes its
No restriction of habit or diet neces necessary.
sary. necessary. Get a bottle at the Court 'pharmacy,
50c, and try it. If it doesn't satisfy
you, if it doesn't take the place of
calomel, you can ;;et your money back
bv asking for it.
FKDKHALS WON Til K FIGHT
Oroxco and III Men Driven Hack liy
Federal I'nder lluerta
El Paso. Texas, May 14. General
lluerta and his force of federal sol soldiers
diers soldiers fresh from their triumph of yes yesterday
terday yesterday over General Orozeo and his
rebel force at Conejos, are closing in
on tlie rebels' position at Rellano.
where Orozeo retreated after Sunday's
Sunday's battle on the plains about
Conejos was one of the bloodiest in the
recent rebellions. and certainly the
most decisive of the present war.
While no accurate figures have been
siven out, it is understood the rebels'
loss in killed and wounded was about
400. with the federals' loss perhaps
half that number. The federals won
by virtue of heavier field pieces and
better handling; of their guns.
10 and 11. Second Floor,
F. E. McCLANE
Physician and Surgeon
Oeneral Practice Calls Made Prompt Prompt-ly
ly Prompt-ly SitgnX or Tar.
! Itellef in a Few Secoudw
j Yes. an itching, burning1, irritated
skin relieved the moment Zemo touches
it. Zemo is a clean, soothing, healing
wash, composed of tymol, glycerine.
. witch ha.el, horacic acid and other
, medicinal healing1 properties. Zemo re relieves
lieves relieves and cures every form of skin
and scalp eruption, and if you are not
entirely satisfied with results from the
very first bottle, druggists will refund
your money. Endorsed and sold in
Ocala by tlie 1'ostoftiee Drugstore.
You Wait For the Base. Ball
. tSu Follow The Goir Ball
You kjckth e Foot Ball
Around the Billiard Ball, You Ridltothe Polo Ball
m rl IHUti I I I 111 a K Hk 'k BBB "X. iMaaDl
You HopTo The Highball You Duck the Snowball And sit down to thern Ball.
, ccannonDdlmdSquerdde balldoucjhkdllsancJ eyebdlls confinecJ In our next.
ANSWERS : Agditfia ; It is true thdt Elinor Glyn sMeJ as dfect ttat there has not
been d birlh on Fiflh Avenue intwoyedrs Luf Elinor' overloolced another fact, i.e.
lowil ;cJH Ihese wedllhv New Torkers have country houses,
itte. Every cur tries to take a bite out of the dodthdt gets lich
ADD TO THE
L(I IS N A
Special Attention to Obstetric?, Dis- j
eases of Women and Children. .,
Office Rooms 1. 2. 3. 4, 5 and 6. Holder
Building. Second Floor. Phones
Office No. 333; Residence No. 333
DIVOKCI-: SI IT DISCONTIN CKD
llHrdlng: Will (ilve Her
W. S. MILLER, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
S peel a I Equipment for Treating: None,
Tbroat, Lunx anil Skin Dinfanri
Office hours 1 to 4 p. m.. Thones:
Office. 444; Residence. 445. Over Mun Munroe
roe Munroe & Clambliss Bank. Ocala. Fla.
D!L J. T. SHAW. VETERINARIAN
Graduate of tlie United States Col College
lege College of Veterinary Surgeons.
WASHINGTON. D. C.
M-nted t the Joue Honpltal oa ninh
Flrwt Street. Wet
II Calls lronulljr AnsvereI
Xew York. May 14. The suit for di divorce
vorce divorce begun here in November, HMO, by
the wife of Richard Harding Davis has
been discontinued by order of Supreme
Court 'Justice Guy. The application
for discontinuance was made by Mrs.
Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Davis were mar married
ried married in IV.'1.. While Mr. Davis was in
London and Miss Cecil Clark was at
her home in Chicago he proposed and
was accepted by cable. A messenger
boy from a London hotel carried the
engagement ring- 4.000 miles to Miss
New Orleans, La.. May 11. Addi Additional
tional Additional peril lias been added to the
ilood situation in the state of Louis Louisiana
iana Louisiana by an outbreak of negroes. The
blacks have looted tlie towns of Bach Bachelor,
elor, Bachelor, Fordyce and Grosie, which are
practically without protection of of officers
ficers officers of the law. So far as is known
there have been no assaults upon
white people. the negroes confining
their operations to robbery.
B II FIN
Vim! Conitnrative Statements Made on Road lliilldinu by Dr. Illitch, Who Says
the Commissioners Neglect the Northtst Corner off the County
V 1)1 AKTRIt CKNTI'KY
Before the public. Over five million
samples given away eac hyear. Tlie
constant and increasing sales from
samples, proves the genuine merit of
Allen's Foot-Kase, the antiseptic pow powder
der powder to be shaken into the shoes for
corns, bunions, aching, swollen, moist,
tender feet. Sold everywhere. 2.",c. Sam Sample
ple Sample FRKK. Address. A. S. Olmsted, Le Le-Roy,
Roy, Le-Roy, N. Y. 5
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re Reward
ward Reward for any case of catarrh that can cannot
not cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY & CO. .Toledo. O.
We. the undersigned have known V.
J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and
believe him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions, and financially
able to carry out any obligations made
by his firm.
WALDO. K INN AN & MARVIN,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter internally,
nally, internally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Testimonials sent free. Price, 75c. per
bottle. Sold by all druggists. Take
Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
ANOTIIKK HOTTEN SCANDAL
IN PACKING HOI SE AFFAIRS
W. G, BLANGHARD
CONTRACTOR ANU BUILDER
ELECTROCUTION OR ASYLUM f
P. O. BOX 4
Contractor and Builder
Plans ana specifications FurnlslieT
129 South Third Street
Ric-heson's Life or Death In the Hands
of the Alienists
Boston. May 14. If the three alien alienists
ists alienists who examined Charles V. T. Rich Rich-eson.
eson. Rich-eson. slayer of Avis Linnell. Saturday
and Monday, fail to find the former
minister "insane, the prisoner will be
removed to the death cell in the state
prison in the next day or so.
Washington, May 14. Describing as
'something awful" his two years' ob observations
servations observations of packing house conditions
in Philadelphia, J W. Burroughs, for former
mer former federal meat inspector, told the
Moss investigating committee that in i
his investigations he observed "Iard i
containing worms, scrapple made of
bad meat, and revolting sanitary con- j
Burroughs supported the Nelson res-
olution for an investigation of the'
meat inspection service. Burroughs de- ;
clared Philadelphia packers violated j
the law by refusing inspectors access ;
to certain parts of their plants. j
Some times in the course of events, and especially. county legislative
ev nts. shadows and conditions are such that a stream ..f liht is essential
in le:ir the mi.-t so that he who reads, 'though he runs, may understand.
Few people have and adequate conception of the financial slough of
despond towards which we are tending. W hat i- our county indebtness? Ap Approximately
proximately Approximately 1 60.000. 00. What is the interest thereon, per annum? Approxi Approximately
mately Approximately $11.-00.00. How shall this sum be paid? By increased taxation. What
.oii-es have eontributed to this unhappy result? The unwise inclination to
leave publie affairs too much to "public men." I should not write except for
i;ie dark clouds which hover over our people, and the murmurings of discon discontent
tent discontent by the tax payers in western and northwestern Marion. We are ordin ordinary
ary ordinary humble tax payers in the section referred to; no better than others, but
equal to any. and desire only a square deal, fair show, pleading no favors not
a. -corded to others. Shall we seek redress? No! Past experience teaches
the futility of attempting it while present conditions exist. "You people live
way off there on one corner of our county, consequently, your expenditures
are elsewhere than at our county site." The above is an argument, one excuse
for our lein ignored by the county government. The business men of Ocala
are called to the stand and testify as follows: "You people are our best, our
1 .truest customers." Another argument our friends advance; "get a county
commissioner over there, if you expect to secure your rights."
Do tlie "number of miles of road surfaced and repaired, indicate that this
policy 'nas been pursued? Yes. and God pity such a county government and
save us from such folly and injustice.
This writer believes good roads arc a boone to mankind and have been
a feature in raising farm values, advertising communities, and adding to a
town's progress, but the farmer should receive more benefit than any one
I -hall not arraign the county commissioners. Facts are stubborn things,
and ttie people can only judge by referring to them. Do this: Travel the
'itr.i hard road for IT miles; Mcintosh J' mile-.-; Iike Weir 1J. miles; Dun Dun-nelion
nelion Dun-nelion ?? or more miles; others leading from o.-ala H to ; miles surfaced.
miles and compare the construction
er. and it you have any lri.-a blood in vuur cirenlat ion ti.6p'ii
tlo-n the Blitcliton road surfaced -".
his latter, and if you have anv Irish
'' music in the air.
Voa tax payers in the rural district-;,
furnish means, by taxation, to build road-
a n s w e r
f o i- i
V. B. KELLER & CO.
(Formerly Smith & Roberts)
Funeral Directors and
Lady Assistant when required
Calls Answered Promptly Night
or Day, to AH Parts of City
Parlors Located Bark of Frank's
DAY PHONE, 10
NIGHT PHONE, 448
V. B. KELLER & CO.
Readers Should Learn
j the Kidneys Well
I The kidneys have a big work to do.
I All the blood in the body is coursing
! through the kidneys constantly to be
freed of poisonous matter. It is a
linn vr onAiia1! tact wlin t Vi a kidnevs
. "v v now.
; are well, but a cold. chill, fever or j i ja r,ie
j some thoughtless exposure is likely to j p'verv
irritate, muame and congest the mo
neys and interrupt :ne puruytng
Then the aching begins, and is us usually
ually usually accompanied by some irregular irregularity
ity irregularity of the urine too frequent pas passages,
sages, passages, sediment or retention. Thou Thousands
sands Thousands testify to the worderful merit
of Doan's Kidney Pills, a remedy for
the kidneys only, that has been used
in kidney troubles 50 years. You will
make no mistake in following this
Ocala citizen's advice.
P. II. Gilien. 1 S. Fifth St.. Ocala.
Fla.. says: "I strongly recommend
Doan's Kidney Pills for my experience
with them has convinced me that they
act as represented. I have taken this
remedy on different occasions for a
lame and aching" back and other
symptoms of kidney complaint and
have always found relief. You are
welcome to publish my statement."
For sale br all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo.
New York, sole agents for the I'nlted
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
ESCAPES AN AWFUL. FATE.
A thousand tongues could not ex express
press express the gratitude of Mrs. J. K. Cox,
of .loliet. 111., for her wonderful deliv deliverance
erance deliverance form an awful fate. "Typhoid
pneumonia had left me with a dreadful
cough," she writes. "Sometimes I had
such awful coughing spells I thought
I would die. I could get no help from
doctor's treatment or other medicines
till I used Dr. King's New Discovery.
But I owe my life to this wonderful
remedy for I scarcely cough at all
Quick and afe. its the most re re-f
f re-f all throat and lung medicines,
bottle guaranteed. 50c and $1.00.
t Trial bottle free at Tydings & Co's.
its? Apply the adage, "tlie greate.-t oo-l, to
til the record in District No. 2. a a wit ne-;
Mar. n and April expenditures an-i where u
Listen T;;ere are four divisions in District
'W-:,i;.. Bl-tehton and Flemington.
petid it ures. Dunnellon, 4 months
Kxpetiditure-. Fellowship. 4 months
expenditures. Blitchton. 4 months,
expenditures. Flemington. 1 months
"We have a commissioner you see and he's
building i: -.f r.-k." Dunnellon Citizen.
us for April ah.ru- ll.463.5o and they're rocking on.
Do you toib-rs know that the fund- which are so lav
"1 from some .-ource borrowed ) and that on. this we'r.
re.-t too? Does mis le.s.-en or increase our big debt?
The law doesn't authorize these loans, therefore lef.
this: Shall you continue to
e benefit and pleasure of
tne greatest number."
s. taking .January, Febru-
No. ?. namclv
; v; n :
a hard road
f ra v
i Sumter Co-j
and Prof. .1.
is here with
; summer months,
j The infant daughter
' Milton Hall, was bur:
' Hill cemetery last M-
n t y T i n e .-
H. Folk Folk-his
his Folk-his fa mil:
Mrs. J. S. McCullen
to the bedside of her
Mr. Jerry S. Bevill is
weeks. He has been sj.
ter in Denver and Mieanitc
71 : y has
y for the
was called home
mother in Madi-
d at i
ur seven mor.
jll leading to P.l
I appeal, not
been tax payers
a :u e ; :s there a
board, and whateVe
We should i:ke
; : in a :i g ur a t
all. ev,-n -,o hi
a tided -on -o:; or
Mario:: count y will
I I i t c h t on F I o r
men: thereof. It's th trur
! be found in the thb-kesr of
this -normous outlay, that
me a r, s a r
7 per cent.
rm for the
tdvanced by the hank
f 'r Blitchton Divisj
l- ago ordered rum to
Irigitt!) The Flemineton.
''.ton. have not had a ., k
only to thr ,-ounty com mi
i remedy? No. all power
'er tb-y ele-t ;s final
near from others -.v'o.
ampaign. wherebv e.j
eart snould beat
cloth, of i tie autu g :
provided, either by
-o r-- yet Mr. Fer Fer-:
: Fer-: "our commissioner,"
tii-r-- were no funds."
and Wacahoota roads.
w o years.
w n o
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t h e
k n o w
THE BEST VALUES TO BE
SEE US WHEN YOU ARE
READY FOR ANYTHING
IN OUR LINE
.'.. :'! f -vs i
To get Mue best out of the
human machine you must have the
best groceries food that is not
only pure and absolutely whole wholesome
some wholesome but which gives zest to meals
by its goodness.
Groceries like we carry not only
give your body all the necessary
energy for your daily work but
make eating all that it should
be perfect enjoyment. If, af after
ter after your coming meal, you find
anything wrong, make a reso
lution to try us next time.
One trial is all we ask.
SOME NEW GOODS JUST IN
Whole Evaporated Apples, Walnuts, Seeded Raisins, Potato
Chips, Japanese Rue Cakes, Junket Tablets, Liquid Renin t,
Lentles and Green-Kern.
O. K. Teapot Grocery
Two Phones, 16 and 174
i .and who are will will-ill
ill will-ill be treasured to
pur. of the horny-
T'-.e tax payers of
-S. If. Elitch.
for a few
the w i n -Colorado.
WHAT TEX V S ADMIRE
is hearty, vigorous life, according' to
I Hugh Tallman. of San Antonio. "We
j find." he writes, "that Ir. King's New
'' L.ife Pills surely put new life and ener ener-1
1 ener-1 gy into a person. Wife and 1 believe
j they are the best made." Excellent
for stomach, liver or kidney troubles.
2T cents at Tydinsrs & Co's..
1 -: e i
f Mr. ar,
: n d
e says, the C
un.on, but we
Effective May 1st and Continuing Until November 1st
WILL BE OPERATED ON THE
EUROPEAN PLAN (Exclusively)
Finest Cafe in the State in Connection
Rooms Without Bath, $1.00 per Day and Up
Rooms With Bath - $2.00 per Day and Up
T. M. WILSON, Proprietor and Manager
:r own about
Foley's orinoiaxaiive foieys orinoiajooive
ro Stomach Tbouble and CoNSTirATiO 'muh TaouU.t nd Con$timt0I
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OCALA EVE-WiG STAR, TtEsDW, MaV 14,
OCALA EVENING STAR
Bittlnger & Carroll Proprietors.
R. R. Carroll, Business Manager.
J. H. Benjamin, Editor.
THK STAR WIL.I. HELP
The Banner bewails the fact that
the .progressive papers of the state,
while lauding Milton for withdrawing
from the race against Trammell do not
advi.se. Hllburfi to withdraw from the
contest against Clark.
There is merit in what the Banner
saya. Clark had 10,243 votes out of
22.262, or 3,06 majority over Hilburn.
and it does look like putting the
people in the second district to unnec unnecessary
essary unnecessary trouble to have to "go to the
However, we notice that the Banner
Is not advising Toomer to get out of
the race against L'Engle. tho LEngle
had nearly 4 4 per cent of the vote, and
5 votes to Toomer's 2, which is a much
bigger majority than Clark had over
The Star supposes it is one of the
papers that the Banner alluded to,
rather reproachfully, as "progressive,"
go we will make our esteemed contem contemporary
porary contemporary a proposition. If it will recom
mend Mr. Toomer to save the people
of the state some time and expense by
quitting the race against L'Engle, the
Star will advise Mr. Hilburn to come
down and let Frank Clark return to
Washington in peace.
Its the Banner's move.
A IIRAVE XEGRO
Few white men can show more dash
Ing courage than tnat displayed by a
negro fireman on a Georgia railroad
the other day. The following dis
patch tells the story:
Athens, Ga., May 9. "Soap" Leckett,
a negro fireman on the Gainesville
Midland Railroad train No. 2, today
saved the life of a 212-y-ar-old white
child, daughter of Mr. John Potter,
two miles south of Jefferson in a
heroic manner, the equal of which is
seldom recorded. On the curve in a cut
Engineer Tom Adair, running thirty
miles an hour, saw the tot in the mid middle
dle middle of the track ahead and put on the
reverse, sand and emergency, but as
he saw no hope cried. "Lord, have
mercy!" The negro fireman jumped
out of the window, ran along the
running board, and leaped from the
pilot beam. He grabbed the baby as
he dived and rolled off the track. The
hind drivers stopped on the spot where
the baby stood. A Carnegie medal will
be asked for as a reward to the negro.
Gainesville, the home city of Con Congressman
gressman Congressman Clark, will have no more of
him. and by a most decisive majority
turned him down completely. Out of a
total of 635 votes cast in Gainesville,
Clark received 163; Burr. 38, and Hil Hilburn,
burn, Hilburn, 409. The Gainesville people con consolidated
solidated consolidated their vote on Hilburn as they
had been led to believe that he was
the man to beat Clark with, and they
were more interested in beating Clark
than in choosing his successor. His
home city knows him, and it will be
well for the district to follow its ex example
ample example if the corporation crowd succeed
in getting him in the second primary.
Fort Pierce Tribune.
The Gainesville Sun says that the
foregoing is entirely untrue and gives
the following as the correct returns:
Clark, 433; Burr, 66; Hilburn. 99 a
total of 598 votes for the three can candidates
didates candidates and a majority for Clark over
both his opponents of 268 votes.
Senator Benjamin R. Tillman. "Pitch "Pitchfork
fork "Pitchfork Ben" to friends and enemies, and
one of the most picturesque figures of
the United States Senate, has publish published
ed published a sentimental appeal to the people
of South Carolina to return him to his
office. His term expires March 3, 1913.
"I am asking you to re-elect me, al although
though although my health is broken and I am
no longer the strong and vigorous man
I once was," says his appeal in part.
"I have a strong desire to die in har harness
ness harness for sentimental reasons only."
At San Francisco Saturday the torch
was applied ro tar barrels stacked
against, the old wooden warship Pensa Pensa-cola
cola Pensa-cola and the old hulk, which withstood
the Confederate batteries at New Or Orleans
leans Orleans and Mobile Bay and carried the
flag of Captain George Dewey in the
Mediterranean, went up in flames. The
Pensacola was launched at Pensacola,
The president has signed the increas increased
ed increased pension bill passed by the House
and Senate. The measure was signed
and became a law just before mid
night in the executive offices at the
White House. The bill as finally agreed
to carries an increase of $35,000,000 for
pensions during the first year of its
operation. During the first three years
the increased payments will average
Miss Mary Carter, daughter of Edi
tor W. R. Carter," of the Jacksonville
Metropolis, is to be married, in No
vember, to Mr. Clement Dixon Cates,
of Richmond. Ind. The state press is
Roosevelt took Minnesota away from
Taft, and is pushing the president
hard in his home state.
The Pensacola Journal seems to have
considerable influence in its end of the
state. Woodrow Wilson led for presi president
dent president and Emmett Wilson was so far
ahead for congressman that his lead leading
ing leading opponent. Col. Danitte H. Mays, the
present representative. refused to go
into the second primary.
The remains of Dr. R. J. Bateman.
the Jacksonville minister, who perish perished
ed perished in the Titanic disaster, were buried
with appropriate ceremonies in
Confederate currency seized by the
Union army during the Civil war and
stored in the treasury department
archives for the past fifty years, will
be taken out and distributed to libra libraries
ries libraries and universities throughout the
country for preservation as historical
assets. The treasury vaults hold a big
stock of Confederate money. What
the face value of the paper is has not
Claude L'Engle made quite as phe phenomenal
nomenal phenomenal run as did Park Trammell
considering that there were six in the
race for congressman from the state
at large. The people are looking for
a man who would do things for them
In Washington. Miami Metropolis.
There is no question but that Under Underwood
wood Underwood has carried the State for presi president,
dent, president, which is all right, but let us
hope that the majority of delegates
chosen will stand for Wilson as soon
as Underwood drops out of the run running,
ning, running, which will be on the first ballot.
Of course, everybody knows that Un Underwood
derwood Underwood stands no show whatever of
being1 nominated, as his name will be
submitted to only eight Southern
states. The hope is to corral Under
wood's strength for Harmon when
drops out Manatee Record.
GOOD OLD OHAMEXT
WILL HAVE TO GO I
Should a girl kiss a clean-shaven or-
a whiskered man, if any?
This very delicate yet vitally im important
portant important question has been answered
scientifically and definitely by a dis
tinguished professor of the Paris
Academy of Medicine, in an article in
the New York American.
His experiment proves that.it is just
one Hundred times as uangerous irom
a pathological point of view to kiss a
mustached or whiskered man as a
Prof. Durand decided that this ques
tion, which has been much discussed in
a loose way. ought to be settled scien
tifically. He secured the service of a
young and healthy woman, who was
willing to submit to the experiment
for the sake of science, and a couple of
doctors of his staff.
The young woman was first thor
oughly sterilized. All the billions and
billions of germs that lurked in her
lips, eyes, hair and other external
parts of her organism were completely
destroyed. She was then -locked up in
a germ proof room, in the professor's
laboratory, used in bacteriological ex experiments.
periments. experiments. Elaborate precautions were
taken to guard the feminine culture culture-medium
medium culture-medium from contamination during the
absence of the professor.
Of the two doctors, one was clean
shaven, while the other wore the round,
fuzzy beard and mustache which have
become traditional among French med medical
ical medical men. The professor took his two
assistants out for a walk among the
microbes and bacteria of Paris.
He took ihem for a walk along the
grand boulevards, the resort of the
gayest Parisian butterflies of both
sexes. He led them through a great
department store near the Louvre,
which was filled with women repre
senting every class of Parisian society, j
Then he took them through the Louvre!
itself, which happened to contain at j
the moment a fine assortment of art- j
He steered them through Halles J
Centrales, the markets which feed j
practically the whole of Paris. He
allowed them to jostle a crowd of fac
tory girls coming out for lunch.
Finally he. led them back, microbe-
laden, to his laboratory. First he or
dered the clean-shaven doctor to go in
and kiss the culture-medium firmly
and closely for two minutes. The pro
fessor held his stop-watch to see that
the period was not exceeded. When
the kissing had been completed, the
professor brushed off the young culture-medium's
lips and allowed the in invisible
visible invisible flora that hung there to drop
into a Petri dish designed to hold mi microbes.
crobes. microbes. Then he thoroughly sterilized
the culture-medium's lips.
Now it was the turn of the whis whiskered
kered whiskered doctor. He was ordered to go
in and kiss the sterilized subject in
the same manner for the same period
as the other man. Once more the pro professor
fessor professor brushed off the culture-medium's
lipe and collected the bacterial harvest
in a second Petri dish.
Then the professor made a careful
study of the two dishes. He estimated
that the space kissed amounted to two
square inches. From the dish used to
collect the offsprings of the clean-shaven
man's kiss, he counted 80,000 mi microbes,
crobes, microbes, which is practically nothing,
when we consider the enormous preva prevalence
lence prevalence of microbes in our common sur surroundings.
roundings. surroundings. T;he few dangerous mi microbes
crobes microbes among them were present in
such small quantities that they would
hardly have hurt any one.
Next he examined the crop, collected
after the whiskered man's kiss. In this
lie found upwards of 80,000,000 mi microbes
crobes microbes of all kinds, or about one hun hundred
dred hundred times as much as the clean-shaven
man's kiss yielded. Among them were
about 20,000,000 germs of tuberculosis,
10,000,000 germs of typhoid. 5,000.000
germs of diphtheria, 1,000,000 germs of
whooping cough. 1.000.000 germs of
measles and 500,000 germs of scarlet
It is well recognized that a heavy
load of bacterial infection is usually
needed to convey a disease. The in infection
fection infection of the whiskered man's dis
ease was dangerous to a point that
under predisposing conditions would
be likely to result fatally.
The clean-shaven man's kiss, on the
other hand, was so lightly charged
with infection that it was practically
The bacterial crop from the whis whiskered
kered whiskered man's kiss, after it had been al
lowed to grow for four days in a high- j
ly nutritious culture-medium, had in increased
creased increased to a mass of deadly germs,
which if let foose might have destroyed
the entire population of Paris.
The result of cultivating the bac bacterial
terial bacterial crop from the clean-shaven
man's kiss was very different. From
the starting point the harmless mi microbes
crobes microbes predominated so greatly over
the harmful ones that during the pro process
cess process of intensive cultivation they en entirely
tirely entirely cTowded the deadly ones out of
CO N'SIDER A H LE D I FFERE N CE
VOLUNTEERS AND CON" SCRIPTS
Toomer's backers boast that they
have sixty-nine paid workers traveling
the state to induce the voters to sup support
port support Toomer. L'Engle has letters from
over four hundred leading and influen influential
tial influential democrats who are not being paid
a cent but who are working diligently
for his success.
L'Engle is making a splendid fight
and he deserves to win. His majority
over Toomer promises to be greater
than his jlurality in tiie first primary.
The people understand tiie issue in involved
volved involved and will not be fooled. Toomer's
platforms when lie first announced
should condemn him among democrats
who oppose the rule of "special inter interests."
ests." interests." L'Engle has made many serious
r.h:irs-(i inviilviti" Tiirmr':
public re re-and
and re-and every
cord and lie can prove each
one of them.
Trammell' s lead over Milton was 117
(per cent over Milton's entire vote and
I Milton gracefully withdrew contend contending
ing contending that a man with such a lead should
'not be forced into a second primary.
Emmett Wilson led Dannitte Mays in
;the third district less than 900 votes
and Mays gracefully withdrew. Claufle
'L'Engle beat Toomer 1 1'..'! 7 1 votes and
his p-r centage of increase over Toom Toom-er's
er's Toom-er's vote was greater than Trammell'.
over Milton, yet Mr. Toomer makes the
i CIVIL ENGINEER,
Accurate uuiidlng Plans. Blue Priats
and Specifications made. Lands Sur-
reyed and Platted. Clae Estimate"
rade on Erection of Buildings of any
' character bv contract or on commis
lion basis. v rue or consult me at
.orthn Corner Orala limine Bloek
OCALA - FLORIDA
IX THE CIRCUIT COURT
oliowing is a. list
selected to -erve
the circuit court:
Hyde. G. II. Dorr
the aran l
thi; .- e s
msfer, J M. UOUtiLiss, .1. K. Brown. L.
j rvui.ni. .j x.ioot. i. j. i i:n-
r r : . t ij r ; .r r T :
mons. u. u. lurner. j:us:i, J. r.
Register, Geo. -W. Kinsley, it. H Hall,
V. W. Harriss, J. A. Strickland. S. W.
Carter, Aubrey Bobbin, J. B. George.
The latter gentleman was selected as
foreman of the grand jury.
T!ie petit jury is composed of the
following gentlemen: A. G. Gates, W.
H. Fore. W. .B. Rawls. S. .1. Lovell and
R. B. Fant.
The following cases were disposed of
up to noon today:
The suit of McCranie Bros. vs. the
Citizens Gas Company resulted in a
verdict of $300 for the plaintiffs.
In the suit of the Barnett National
Bank against D. S. Williams, the jury
found a verdict of $346.58 for the
Mike Scurry indicted for assault with
intent" to murder pleaded guilty to ag aggravated
gravated aggravated assault. His plea was ac
cepted and lie was sentenced to four
months at hard labor.
Ol'EX ALTi NIGnT
The Merchant's Cafe is now open
night and day. Never closed. You can
get just what you want to eat, cooked
as you like it, at moderate prices. Fish
and oysters a specialty.
J. R. Dewey, Proprietor.
A OPINION I'KOM ANGLE
HelleveM ( laude -iEnule Will Win in
the Second Primary
A. J. Anle has returned from Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, where he attended the meet meeting
ing meeting of the state executive committee
and mingled with the politicians. He
believes Claude" L'Engle will win out
j in the second primary by a larger vote
jtiian lie received in the first and says
j there is general approval of Milton's
decision in withdrawing from further
race against Park Trammell. Mr.
j Angle qualified for the second primary
in his race lor delegate to the national
convention and will be one of the eiiiht
to make the second race. Tampa Tri Tribune.
bune. Tribune. Sl.i:, IMPORTED
SPANISH PEWIT SEED.
Blue ribbon winners at two succeed succeeding
ing succeeding fairs, and will mature two weeks
earlier than other varieties. Can be
planted as late as July 15th.
j Editor Star: I think it is real nice
land proper for defeated candidates to
come out in the papers and make a
, polite bow, but when successful can can-jdidates
jdidates can-jdidates do so, it smacks .a little of
bragging. As Salt Springs gave me a
solid vote and that's all that Reddick
gave Mr. Light, you will pardon me
I for bragging some too.
Roys, 1 am mighty glad that you
helped me hold on to my persimmon
tree, for green 'simmons are lots bet better
ter better than none. I would like to hand
one to each of you, but as there are
not enough to go half-way 'round and
as green 'simmons are not conducive
to good looks, and as some of you have
no looks to spare. I will just keep
them all until they get ripe and thpn
we will all have some beer.
A If Ayer.
man at large race
an issue between
Claude L'Engle and W. M. Toomer. the
lines were never more clearly drawn
between the cause of the common peo people
ple people and the greed of the "special inter interests."
ests." interests." Claude L'Engle may be. proba probably
bly probably is. the self-selected candidate of
the people, but he is their candidate
just the same. The intere'sts know
they will have in him no friend at
court to do their dirty work. On the
contrary they know that he will be on
the job to expose their every attempt
to secure special privileges. W. M.
Toomer. on the other hand, is the spe specially
cially specially selected candidate of tiie "spe "special
cial "special interests." There can be no doubt
of that. In the event of his election
the cause of the common people in
Florida would get a set-back from
which it would require a generation to
recover. The "interests" can "fool
some people all the time, and all of
the people some of the time." but this
is one of the times when the attempt
to "fool" is too blamed flagrant to suc succeed
ceed succeed in its design. You may begin now
to call him Congressman L'Engle.
COM MENCKMENT EXERCISES
OF DI N N ELLON' HIGH SCHOOL.
Commencement exercises of the Dun Dun-nellon
nellon Dun-nellon High School were held Wed Wednesday.
nesday. Wednesday. May 8, at the Baptist church.
The program was carried out com complete
plete complete with the single exception of Prof.
P.rinson, who was absent on account
of the meeting of tiie school board.
First on the program was a song.
This was participated in by 70 chil children
dren children of the lower grade. Music was
rendered by little Miss King. Th
children were formed into a choir and
made a pleasing picture.
Invocation was then asked in an able
manner by Mr. Knight and was listen listened
ed listened to in reverence by tiie entire as assembly.
sembly. assembly. Supt. R. L. Turner of Citrus county,
tiien delivered an address covering
education. He spoke about twenty
minutes in an interesting manner, and
the thoughts that he put forth are
well worth remembering.
Miss Ada Knight played "Nearer My
God to Thee" with variations. The
music was beautifully done and called
of c i v
great many word word-iddress.
iddress. word-iddress. "Home I
ilizition" bv Dt-n
en. e for ten
ibject in an
f i i o w e 1 h y
a Iked to hi hi-i
i hi-i ne r and es-
e n 1 1 o n o t
on tlity."" I
e i n a n a
' to his fell-
1 1 n n
: -j dents.
Thee." a Reverie
ut an a pi
soft and pit
l -! i". g and a
r.in-g Man" by
to come and
aide to hjs fei
Cter. The V,il-
truly word to
anl should be
Mary P.arrett on Char.
ual.de Posses-ion. was a
the growing generation
heeded by all who heard
The orations by tiie graduating
were original essays and are we'
serving the .words of praise
I de de-i
i de-i iven
Miss Nellie "'
gram by rende:
rett. bv Prof.
o,-owii h closed the pro pro-ring
ring pro-ring a selection on the
"Starry Night" after
were conferred on the
. Dennis Ford. Lonnie
Smith and Mary Par Par-Owens
Owens Par-Owens Advocate.
KMl.It(il) FROM KYTAL RIVER.
I'rohahlv ( wnneet AVlth
hoard at InverneMM.
ii : : y t
K n a s
ksville lately, andthe recent primary I wish to extend
also in the f ield. i m" thanks and assurance of anr.recia-
question but what another j tion; to those who did not support me.
to be built, and that it will!1 wish to say that I have nothinsr but
;irUJh Inverness or connect i tne kindest feeling and good will. I
he S-a board here. There has publicly stated that if defeated I would
-rony taik of building a line accept it in th, light that it was due
'rystal River to Inverness, using to rny failure to convince the people
four miles f track now owned that I was the man for the office, hav hav-Mill
Mill hav-Mill Company at Crystal, and : ln? met defeat I so accept it. I am
is done, we will have two more proud of the friends and acquaintances
for we do not believe that the!1
! prospect to
connect the Seaboard with i
Northern at Brooksville
j will ever be
j secures the
abandoned. If Inverness
Crystal River route, the
'line would prove to be a valuable feed
er for tne eaboard, and be or untold
benefit to both towns. Of course no
information can be obtained from the
railroad companies. and the people
must await developments. Inverness
The Swine cr Th Flower ?
Ah me I saw a huge and loathsome sty,
Wherein a drove of wallowing swine
Whose banquet shocked the nostril and
Then spoke a voice, "Behold the source
I lied, and saw a field that seemed at first
One glistening mass of roses pure and
With dewy buds 'mid dark green foliage
And, a? I lingered o'er the lovely sight,
The summer breeze, that cooled that
Whispered, "Behold the source of COT COT-TOLENE!"
TOLENE!" COT-TOLENE!" l NNKLLON DOTS.
if Interest About the peo peo-the
the peo-the Phosphate C ity.
a well known
Nix, a well known and con-
nial citizen of Hernando, was in the
t-1 r y
-everal times this weeK.
.1. II. Moorh
of Oca la. was
-ad. a prominent citizen
the city Wednesday,
shaking- hands with his many friends.
It. E. Iansford. the popular piano
salesman of Ocala, was in town sev several
eral several days tiiis week and has been
meeting with good success.
Messrs. A. I:. Kibler. J. M. Barks Barks-dale.
dale. Barks-dale. W. N. Knight and T. J. Zimmer Zimmerman,
man, Zimmerman, journeyed to Ocala Tuesday and
appeared before the school board with
reference to tiie recent election of
trustees at this place, with the result
that the election was declared legal.
Miss Mamie Duffy, a pretty and at attractive
tractive attractive young lady, of ocala. is in the
city this week visiting her friend. Miss
C. V. Miller of 'Ocala, was here Mon Monday
day Monday in his car. (
Mrs. Roy George and little son ar arrived
rived arrived in tiie city Wednesday to join
Sheriff Galloway was a business vis visitor
itor visitor here Tuesday from Ocala.
II. C. Grove., ex-postmaster and a
substantial citizen uf Ocala, was In
tiie city Thursday with Claude Hay Hay-craft.
craft. Hay-craft. .Judge W. M Gober, beloved by many
Dunnellonites and one of the legal
lights of tiie county, was down from
Ocala this week on business matters.
FROM MR. SMITH
To the Democratic Voters of District
No. 2: I wish to thank my friends for
their support given me in the last pri primary,
mary, primary, also my opponents for their
kindness shown me in the campaign.
Mr. Coulter and myself receiving a tie
vote of 74 each and Mr. Watkins hav having
ing having a majority over us of seven votes.
1 don't think it wise for both of us to
make the race, therefore I respectfully
wit lid raw. J. M. Smith.
STORE FOR RENT
The new and handsome store room,
roomy and modern plate glass front.
Possession at once, and can be fitted
up according to needs of tenant. Ap Ap-pl
pl Ap-pl to Ocala Lumber & Supply Co.
Gives the Real Pacts In Regard to
Her Case and Tells How She
Jonesboro, Ark. "I suffered a com complete
plete complete break down In health, some time
ago," writes Mrs. A. McGill, from this
place. "I was very weak and could
not do any work. I tried different
remedies, but they did me no good.
One day, I got a bottle of Cardul. It
did me so much good, I was surprised,
and took some more.
Before I took Cardul, I had headache
and backache, and sometimes I would
cry for hours. Now I am over all that,
and can do all kinds of housework. I
think it is the greatest medicine on
In the past fifty years, thousands of
ladies have written, like Mrs. McGill,
to tell of the benefit received from
Such testimony, from earnest women,
surely indicates the great value of this
tonic remedy, for diseases peculiar to
women. Are you a sufferer? Yes?
Cardul is the medicine you need.
We urge you to try it.
N. B Write to : La dies' Advisory Dept.. Chatta Chatta-fv.ga
fv.ga Chatta-fv.ga MeJifine Co., CharanooR.i. Tenn.. for Speci'tl
Infructi7t.t. ar.i 64-raee book. "Home Treaunet
tor Women," sent in plain wrapper, on request.
one phrase is very often mis-
HERE you will find that ours
Menk aoil Knant j
rfect Keeping witn w:;a your
n of prime beef is.
- more, you will find this mar mar-Ien
Ien mar-Ien 1:1 example of genuine
-.- while our servi- e every-
W. II. IHH. Proprietor.
CARD OF THA.XKS
FROM JUDGE GOBER
To the Democratic Voters of Marion
een iurveying inuu,u- tnose who supported me in
made throughout the county, am also
that I made nothing but a clean
gentlemanly campaign. done
nothing for which I am sorry or
Wm. M Gober.
GOOD ROADS FROM
HltOOKS YILI.K TO
Fred Smith, who recently autoed
from Jacksonville to Tampa and re return
turn return has the following in the Automo Automobile
bile Automobile and Good Roads Advocate:
A few miles out of Brooksville a
beautiful piece of road made of phos phosphate
phate phosphate rock (looking like white mar marble),
ble), marble), runs to the right and this should
be followed to Floral City. (Fast ma machines
chines machines speed here at forty miles an
hour) and then run on to Inverness
and Dunnellon over a magnificent road.
The distance from Brooksville being
thirty-eight miles. From Dunnellon
westward to Ocala the distance is
about twenty-four miles, one-third of
it being old hard road and then three
or tour miles in very deep sand, where
the road is at present being built, but
there is no difficulty in going through
this sand with an ordinary powerful
Twelve miles west of Ocala there is
a "sweet" phosphate road where you
can get any old speed you wish and the
onlv possible danger would b In
running over a few convicts who are j
now completing the last three miles
and in a few months this road will be
j Ocala is a beautiful town and a side
trip of six miles to Silver Springs,
where the boats start for the Oklawa Oklawa-ha
ha Oklawa-ha river trip, is very enjoyable. There
are other beautiful drives through the
fine farming and fruit country, and
this portion of the county is very in interesting
teresting interesting to the tourist. The country
is like that of the Northern states of
Maryland and New Jersey. Ocala is
decidedly a "live wire" with its fine
court house and postoffice and a new
hotel aljout to be erected. At this point
a very fine side trip can be taken
southeast to Leesburg and the whole
lake regi-on and the road all the way
from Ocala to Orlando is of red gravel
and very good, except eight miles
which will he made good during the
summer. This region is exceptionally
beautiful, with its hundreds of lakes,
orange groves, views of hills and
handsome expensive residences of
Northern tourists, who delight in
spending their winters in the lake re region.
gion. region. It is said there are 100 lakes
near Leesburg in one county.
The hill near Lake Weir is 247 feet
above tide water. The run from Or Orlando
lando Orlando to Ocala may be made from
either end and the distance is about
ninety miles and it would pay the
tourist to make the trip twice, that is,
both ways, with Leesburg as the cen center
ter center as the views are entirely different.
As the tourist speeds over the gra gravel
vel gravel roads and winds over and around
the hills and with the many lakes in
plain view there is a continual de delightful
lightful delightful panoramic view of nature's
beauty, beyond compare.
There is no place in the United
States where a more delightful trip
can be taken during the winter sea season
son season (not even California) and with
its lovely scenery and the climate it is.
as our ladies said, "just Heavenly."
Leaving Ocala. the next run is to
Gainesville, thirty-four miles. This is
also a wide-awake city and one of the
prettiest in all Florida. The streets,
with many trees and flowers, and beau beautiful
tiful beautiful white rose-covered residences
looking more like a New England vil village
lage village than any other town in Florida.
The expensive postoffice is well worth
the visit, and there is a fine hotel call called
ed called the White House, which is one of
the best resting places to be found in
the whole state. From Gainesville a
good road will soon be built to Live
Oak or Lake City for the western
Citra. May 14 The Citra hisb school
closed Friday evening". May ISth, after
a very successful term .tau.eht by
Misses Jennie Payne and Katie Grif Griffith.
fith. Griffith. There were only two graduates.
The program was as follows:
Piano duet Misses Redditt.
Invocation Rev. Griffith.
Kssay. "Character" Caroline Red Red-ditr.
ditr. Red-ditr. I Kssay, bcientinc i-arming in r ior-
ida" -John Wyckoff.
Piano solo Elsie Wier.
Address Dr. Murphree of the Uni-
iversity of Florida.
Address and presentation of diplo diplomas
mas diplomas by Supt. J. H. Crinson.
Piano solo Miss Appie Redditt.
The nrosram was carried out in full.
Tiie stage was a bower of beauty.
Those occupying seats on the stage!
I were the graduates. Caroline II. Red-
jd.tt and John P. Wyckoff. the teachers, j
l Misses Pavne and Griffith. Dr. Mur-
phree. Supt. Brinson and the trustees j
of the school and Mr. K. L Wartmann
and Rev. F. S. Griffith.
! The essays were good, also the ad- j
dress by Dr. Murphree was excellent i
j and listened to with much interest.!
I Kvery one seemed to enjoy the occas- j
lion that will ever live bright in the;
i minds of the graduates. The grad-
I uates received many nice gifts and J
I lovely bouquets of flowers. Among!
i those who attended from a distance j
, were Dr. and Mrs. Murphree. Messrs. ;
I Griffith and White and Miss Elsie j
Wier of Gainesville, Supt. P.rinson and;
; Messrs Johnson. Light and Lambert
: Mr. J. P.. norland continues quite ill. j
much to the regret of his many friends.
i'jite ill ill-lessor
lessor ill-lessor ati''
of .-ala. spent
her mother, who
week Mr-week been
Mrs. W. R. Terrell,
a successful term of
A. returned las: week from Cole Cole-and
and Cole-and are .it the home of their par par-Mr.
Mr. par-Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Terrell.
rr. a n
IIKLP A JUDGE IX BAD FIX.
Justice Eli Cherry, of Gillis Mills.
Tenn.. was plainly worried. A bad sore
on his leg had baffled several doctors
land long resisted all remedies. "I
j thought it was a cancer," he wrote.
I "At last I used Bucklen's Arnica Salve,
jand was completely cured." Cures
burns, boils, ulcers, cuts, bruises and
j piles. l'5 cents at Tydings & Go's.
Dauglas shoes at FisheTs.
j FOR SALE One
1 Inquire uf Mrs. W.
WHAT TO GIVE-THAT IS THE QUESTION
E SOLVED IT
just such a position as you. Come in
and let us talk it over. Between us we
will be able to pick
gift' that will give the
recipient as well as 10
Not being in time for the first pri primary,
mary, primary, I have come to the conclusion (at
to become a
solic i tat
Circuit with everything in the line of
Whiskies, Wines and Beers and refer you
to my past record as to my efficiency in
My public records shall always be
open for your inspection and my deputies
as well as myself will always accord you
prompt and courteous treatment and fur further
ther further promise that whatever stimulation
is needed anywhere in the Circuit, be
that in Marion, Sumter, Citrus, Hernando
or Lake county, such stimulant will be.
forwarded the same day the request is re received,
ceived, received, provided, however, proper war warrant
rant warrant accompanies the order.
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Jgfl.f...j,''",'.f, I'"1 .j i?'- i.rirMi.Msnftijff
! i nm rri i I i i i I-' m" ni
npHIS picture is from an actual photograph of a
11 of mules bought by ns in
fnv sample of a lot vvenovv'liave in :f.ok at our stables in
Orna.. This lot of fine mules for Farm, Turpeimi e or
iMill Dunxjsess, is the last carload we are likelv to have this
season, so if you need any", come in and get them.
Remember, we are here always, if stock is not as
represented, our reputation and guarantee stands back of
lontr atro for veoile in
a useful and agreeable
greatest delight to the
of my friends)
from now on to
the Fifth Judicial
It is a
OCALA EVSSXHa STAB. TCIiDAT, MAT 14, ltu
HOW LITTLE THINGS COUNT
Here Is a dime. Save It. Not a large amount, you say? No. you're
right, yet It represents ten per cent interest on one dollar for a year. It'a
the little things that count In this life. History tella us that the Duke of
Wellington attributes the victory of the Allies at Waterloo to the closing of
the Hugomont Castle gates by James McDowell and John Graham. It was a
small thing. But the results nave peen marvelous we look back over the
intervening years. Philip D. Armour knew the value of little things. They
say he packed everything but the last breath of a hog utilizing the waste In
the manufacture of by-products made him wealthy. The small boy by stick sticking
ing sticking his finger in the leak in the dam saved Holland from destruction. A
few drops of water on a stone makes no impression the constant drip
wears away the stone. The little point on the auger prepares the way for
the large bored hole. A single grain of corn produces from one to two perfect-ear..
And so the little dime is a part of a dollar. Dollars at interest
produce dollars Just as surely as the seed sown on rich ground brings forth
an abundant harvest. Then save the DIME! Watch it grow.
A GREAT HOUSE FURNISHING
Following are fust a Few of the Thousands of
Articles Carried in our Grat Furniture. Hardware,
House Furnishing and General Supp y Store. Come
in and look the stock ove. you wii; find many
things you want.
For the Office
toll and Flat Top Desks," Typewriter
Desks, Office Chairs, Stools, Sofas, Etc.
OXE OF THE WONDERS
OF THE WORLD
Fruit jars at Fishel's.
Elks meet this evening.
Summer suits at Fishel's.
Odd Fellows meet tonight.
Ladies' dresses at Fishel's.
Fagles meet tomorrow evening-.
New shirt waists at Fishel's.
Masons meet Thursday night.
Ine creates; -lam in tne worm, the? The superb entertainment provided!
. Tie ac-ro-s the Mi i j.1 pi at Keokuk, by the Ideal is bearing- fruit, and the'
la., will be shown at the Air Dome to-'crowds increase every evening-. i
night, beside "After Many Yean." a! Last night there were sketches of!
deeply interesting drama, and "The U he most famous ruins of ancient'
Indian Maiden s Elopement." a very Rome, an excellent rnm an.i tn .ira-s
jmatic pieces. They were highly en-j
were un- joyed hv n i!if.-ii.n -f anwnc ;
usually good. "Through the Flames" ) who listened to the superb music with!
ws a most thrilling story, and the 'delight as thev watched the pictures j
seno-comk-ality of "A Tale of a Dog" j The ventilation has been improved I
pleased everybody. A ir Dome subjects ; to almost scientific perfection and!
-eem tu improve all the time. there are few more comfortable places S
" jir town than a seat in one of the Ideal!
FOR SALE I chairs in the breeze from the fans.
pretty Indian story.
The pictures last
Holeproof hosiery at Fishel's.
Moose meet Thursday evening.
i:li' model Maxwell runabout eo,uin-,
fed with speedometer. electric horn.',
;ete. Been run less than four hundred!
; miles. In perfect condition. Will sell1
j for part cash and balance on easy:
j terms. If interested address box 404. 1
;eal.t Fla. .".-14
MATINEE AT THE IDEAL.
Dr. A. I.. Illaloek, pblelaa, phone
Mr. It. Martin paid lieddick a bus business
iness business visit today.
If. G. Dunn of Citra
Oca la House last night.
I J. fassels of Mcintosh
Ocala House last night.
was at the
Mr. .1. Dekle receive 1 a telegram
from Mrs. Dekle at Miami, this morn morning,
ing, morning, statins that their little son. J. O..
Jr.. was slowly growing worse and
that the doctor held out very little
hope of his recovery. Mr. Dekle will
probably go to Miami toniuht to be
with his family.
Hereafter the daily afternoon mat- j
inee at the Ideal Theater will com-j
mence at ",ATj and the doors will be!
open at C::;o. Three full reels will be
run at each matinee. General admis admission
sion admission 5 cents to afternoon performances.
Mr. Gus Haley, after a short visit to
his Ocala friends, left for his home in
Clearwater this afternoon. He report?
his sister. Mrs. Mcintosh. much im improved
proved improved in health.
THie Soorner Yom Sttaurtt
to put by a little every pay day in the savings bank, the
sooner you'll reach independence and a competency.
The Ocala National Bank
in its saviuas department, will open an account with you,
with as little as $1 and will pay four per cent, interest on
your deposits. Why not open one next pay day? You'll
never be any younger and you cannot be too young to
start saving. Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent.
CAPITAL. FULLY PAID IX $75,000
H D. STOKES. Cashier.
JNO I fiD WARDS. Pres.
CLARENCE CAMP. Vice. Pres.
Yojur la.-t photo didn't do you justice.
It wasn't taken at the O.-ala Photo Co.
A. G. Phillips of Palatka was at the
Colonial last night.
Mrs. Walter Hood i entertaining a
"spend tlie day" party. The honored
guests are Miss Jean Teague of Ka.ly
lake. Miss Annie Atkinson. Miss Janet
Weathers and Miss Ib-ttie Mclver.
Can furnish from one setting to one
thousand pure bred Rhode Island Red i
eggs for hatching at $10 per hundred.!
1M Carmichael. Ocala. j
The- n.iei. .i wciu, ua iavrii up
lay pent with Mrs. Ho.l was a most n,'r rs,,lcnc in thl Clt' Wlln her son.
i.. j. tutt.-r. at the Koselawn. Mr.
Dr. E. G. Peek' office phone la Xo,
MS; him residence phone, No. 301.
Mr. R. C.
Muncaster visited Gaines-
For the Dining Room
Handsome ltounI or Square Extension Tables, Dining Chairs,
, Sideboard and Chiffoniers, IJouffets Cliina Closets, China
Dinner Sets, Lamps, Fine Table Linen, Etc..
Handsome Mahogany, Oak, Willow or Mission Chairs, Straight
Harked or Idtckers, Tables, Sofas, Lumps, Hugs and Carpets, Pic Pictures.
tures. Pictures. Bedroom Furniture
Heautiful Dr-ssrs and Wash Stands in Gulden Oak, Hirilseje
Maple or Mahogany, lleautiful Iron and Hrass Heds in over Fiflj
Different Vavieties aind Prices. Hugs and Mattings, Chiffoniers ad
Wardrolies. Toilet Set. Hlaukets, Comforts and Linens.
For The Pantry and Kitchen
Handsome Refrigerators and Ice Chests in Several Different
Makes and Styles and any Size or Price Desired. Stoves and Hange
in Either Vtood or Oil Burners. Kitchen Cabinets and Tables.
.Anything Desired in Silverware for the Table, Cutlery and
Sisors in our Html wan Department; Shotguns, Hides and .Ammu .Ammunition;
nition; .Ammunition; Eire Sets. Screens and Irons, Etc.
Carriage and Harness Dept.
Huggies. Carriages and Wagons for all Purjoses, Harness, Sad Sad-Domestic
Domestic Sad-Domestic and Imported. Art Squares, Mattings. Etc., in the Coutnry.
dies, 1 4it Holtcs. Whips and Everything for the Horse or Vehicle.
McIVER & MacKAY
PHONE 47 North Magnolia St. OCALA, FLA.
Pleasant furnished rooms for lii;ht lii;ht-housekeepins.
housekeepins. lii;ht-housekeepins. 66 Oklawaha avenue. 18
Mr. and Mrs. V. Mann of Winter,
Haven came up yesterday in their Ford j
car. leaving there yesterday morning i
and makinn the trip in eiirht hours of j
running time. Mr, and Mrs. Mann will I
spend several days visitinu relatives!
in and around cala. i
Hitter h.is a responsible position with
K. T. Roux V- Sons Plant City Courier.
FOR SALE Four hundred and fifty
bushels seed peanuts at int dollar per
bushel. Apply Howell & Grijrjrs, Oak.
Ifrom her visit to Atlanta.
Kodak finishing done by experts at
the Ocala Photo Co.
After you have had a row and life
looks mighty blue, send her a box of
N'orris candy and she'll aaain love
you. Get it at the Court Pharmacy.
The W. C. T. P. cleared $P
flower and candy sale Saturday.
Mr. 1-Mmonds and his party, of Balti-
more, had a very pleasant visit to
at the0 ,.aia an,i vicinitv. Yesterday after-
; noon, accompanied by several citizens.
' thev went to view the immense Kvle
Get your prescriptions filled by Beck an1 Youn. plantation, on the okla okla-at
at okla-at the CourtPharmacy and know they waha This morninf, they saw silver
are riht. i Springs, the Anthony farms and otlier
i places of interest around Ocala. They
left for Tampa on this afternoon's
Sister Esther Carlotta of St. Au-gus- I
tine is in the city for brie? visit with!
i Mrs. II. H. McCreary. Sister Carlotta j
'is president of the Florida Division. P.;
. and stopped over liere wliile en:
'route liome from Tampa, where she
I presided over the recent State conven- I
;lion. Sli- has many friends here who j
! will bt ileliiihtcd to see Iter. She will)
: remain in the city until Monday or
i Tuesday. Gainesville Sun.
Call up Phone 300 and Let us Give an Estimate on Your
AND ELECTRICAL WORK
We Guarantee to Save You Money on Any Work in Onr Lines
An e employ none luit exnerlw e nrr In noMlllon to fcunrnntee rT rT-rry
rry rT-rry ploec ttt ork r t ontrii I to hinml the Innpeetlnn of (be ntoi?
rluld lnprlr. It nxi noftilnu lt t'd our ItKurm, and ynn lire the
vtlnner. whether Me e-tire the iairnt or not. lilu un m (rial.
M. W. TUCKER
i on i ki; iii.ock
Men's and boy's suits at Fishel's.
Mrs. llichard McConathy entertained
the Methodist sewing circle yesterday'
train, much pleased with what they
FOP PENT First of June; a small,
new cottage, city and soft water, elec electric
tric electric lights. Rent $." per month. Apply
N'o. 21T, South Orange street. ".-10
Alma "Zada Face Powder Is the best
we have to offer at 50c. the box. The
Post Office Drut Stores.
Mr. E. Abra movitz. a clever youns?
business man of Tampa, is In the city
visiting Mr. Nathan Goldman.
HON'EY FOR SAEE Orange honey
in five gallon cans, '4.:,.0 per can crated
f. o. b. Palmetto I'.arrel lots 80 cents
per gallon of twelve pounds. Manatee
Fruit Company. f-8-4td
Now is the time to get rid of your
rh eii'tiKi t i-m Y-u will find Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's I iniriunt wonderfully effective.
ne a ppl t ion will c onvince you of
it merits. Try it. For sale by all
Miss Ruth Trice, after a most en enjoyable
joyable enjoyable visit with Miss Mary Rurford,
has returned to her home in Tampa.
Rorn. this morning, to Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Williams, a pretty girl baby.
Mrs. Williawis is the guest of her aunt.
Mrs. G. T. Maughs.
Fruit jars at Fishel's.
TAKEN UP A bay colt Owner can
have same by Identifying" the animal,
and paying expenses. Mrs. D. M. Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Phillips went to
Jacksonville today, to attend the tele telephone
phone telephone operators convention.
i Fire Chief Chambers was busy to today
day today burnishing: up an old ornament
that lie picked up near the old engine
house on North Magnolia street. It
, was a brass boss, belonging on a fire-
' man's coat, and had probably raced
with its wearer to more titan one tire
; of twenty years ago.
FOR SARE Gasoline launch, three three-horse
horse three-horse engine; 16 feet long", 4 feet beam.
Now at Silver Springs. Address P. O.
Rox 131 for particulars and demonstra demonstration.
tion. demonstration. 3-8-6td
Men Our illustrated catalogue ex-j
plains how we teach barber trade in
few weeks, mailed free. Moler Barber
.College. Atlanta, Ga.
I Mr. V V. Newsome, Jr.. the Star re re-FOR
FOR re-FOR SALE One pair good turpen-,0'u.lv- ha tvnhnht fpvpr t? i
tine mules, wagon ami harness.
J. Wilson. Citra, Fla. ."-13-dl0tw2
, The new packing" house for Chase &
'Co., of Jacksonville which is to be
erected near the railroad below the
T . ,1 1 ... 1 . . 1 . 1 . . I ..
r ussen pactvuig ooue lias oe.uii us
ine nine son 01 .Mr. anu .Mrs. i. ..isoon recover.
Fort, Jr.. has been quite ill for several 1
days, but seems better today.
I , ... ri ri i m.mi, aiiM in in i miui 1 umr "Tbiii i
i It i ninri' rni r IiuIiaita li ni I I 1 1
I U SIIUJ) II J t I 1. I IIP PUllUdCl ift
-s. i ii v i lim.-' 1 1 m w v v v
If you are in a hurry for your pre prescriptions,
scriptions, prescriptions, try the Court Pharmacy's
quick delivery system.
Mr. W. K. ZewadskI went to Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville on a brief business trip this afternoon.
awarded to Mr. Brown, the local saw
mill man. The building will be modern
in every respect when completed.
Ladies' dresses at Fishel's.
-20-hn. Ford runabout
equipment. $250 cash. Ad Ad-II.
II. Ad-II. M.. care Star. 6td
Miss Minnie Stovall and Miss Mar Marguerite
guerite Marguerite Porter left last night to return
to their homes at Ocala. after having
spent several days delightfully in this
city. They have been entertained at
several informal parties while here. RexaH CoM Tablets do the work.
; naving a great manv aomiring irienas. ; , ...
!,. Can give you the formula if you like.
i ne speni ounuax ill i.eiiaii, naving 0
m -ia tlit. (pin Ke rl i t tT r I ;l rrt ?1
Tribune. 14th. !DruS btore"
SI. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY
LOKETTO (Xcar Mandurin) FLOHIDA.
Doarding schoo1 for boys, conducted by the Siste.s or St. JosepY
Boys from eight to fourteen years received, and carefully trained c
physical, intellectual, moral and social lines. Healthy location. Ma
niGcent swimming pool. Complete equipment in schoolrooms, dorn
tories, dining hall and recreation rooms.
APPLY FOR PROSPECTUS TO THE SISTER SUPERIOR.
ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY. LORETTO. FLORIDA.
!"(C. the package at the Post Office
Yongue, A. J Jones
"We guarantee to teach you how to
use your Kodak. Bring your films to
the Ocala Photo Co
and E. P. Mathews are Fairfield visit visitors
ors visitors to Ocala this week. Messrs. Yongue
and Jones are on the jury, but Mr.
Mathews returned home today.
Children's dresses at Fishel's.
Parker Lucky Curve Fountain Pens
in any style or shape. A large assort assortment
ment assortment to select from at the Court Pharmacy.
Miss Florida Condon returned last
night from a very pleasant visit to
friends at Hernando.
! When in Jacksonville stop with Mrs.
E. U Maloney, at the Girard. No. 11
East Duval street, just off Main. Best
I T'.c' room in the city.
WANTED Teachers wanted for the j Dr. yan Hood had an accident to his i
; public schools. Address
i win, Agua-Xeuva, Texas.
D. T. Bald
WANTED A few young- men room roomers;
ers; roomers; large, airy and well furnished bed
rooms. Call at 113 South 3rd street.
j j-wiv o.iLj i v o v.i i e 1 1 u i e
for sale. Apply to 31 North 3rd street
The summer has set in. and if the
merchants will give their clerks that
Thursday half holiday, they will feel
better and lose no money.
car this morning. He was driving
across the square at about three miles j
an hour, when in front of Nash's store j
the back axle of his car broke in two.
As he was going so slowly nobody was j
hurt. But he says it seemed most 1
j providential, that considering the miles i
wagons and miles of roads he travels thru the!
woods, and at all kinds of speed, that
the accident should happen right here j
in town, lie alone in the car and going
i Mrs. Odell and mother, Mrs. Hunt Hunt-.
. Hunt-. ington, estimable ladies, also mother
land grand mother of the Odell Bros,
j of this place left for their home in
Waterloo, Iowa, after spending the
i winter here. Webster News.
Following are the meteorological
conditions that prevailed during the
twenty-four hours up to noon today:
Minimum temperature, 70 degrees.
Maximum temperature, 91 degrees.
W K ATI! HK FOKECA ST
M'lVER & MAC KAY
Undertakers and Embalmers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
I. K. M'lVKR. Fuuerat Director
All Work leie Ly Licensed Km Km-halmers
halmers Km-halmers and Fullr fJuarantofHl.
Phones: D. E. Mclver. 104; San
P es. 380; Undertaking Office. 47.
ers in Optometry will meet in annual j
FOR RENT Four room flat;
cottage of seven rooms, electric lights j 29th day of May, 1!H2, at 9 a. m. in the ..t:t!!!"!!!!-!!!
and nam: near primary scnooi. -irs, Windsor notei, ior tne purpose oj. fieci- -j-R.
D. Fuller. ling officers for the ensuing year, and j Y
Eocal showers tonight or Wednesday.
KXAMIXKRS IV OPTOMETRY
Cook your next roast In a paper nag.
and get the bag from the Post Office
Drug Store. 25c. the package.
i . t i. 1 i
lO iransacL omei uusin ; j
before it. Dr. D. M. Honey. Pres. j y
Butterwick, Sec'y. I .t.
l Rev. J. B. Ley will preach the bacca bacca-....
.... bacca-.... laureate sermon for the Ocala High
Yon ought to realize by Ims time that it is more lmpoitant school at the Methodist church sun sun-to
to sun-to paint the root than any other part ot the building. s ,ay mornlng-
Wnf nnlv dnpc it add fuel n mnrh tn lh o nooronPA Ftl Mrs. Pope, the well-known trained
the roof is exposed to the weather more than any other pait
In addition to this, the roof has more to do with the protection
of the building and the contents than ait the other parts.
Our roof paints penetrate the wood and make it impervious
to moisture, thus the roof not orb lasts a great deal longer but
aftords much better protection while it dees last. C;
rvilarion Hardware Co.
As the Ocala Northern train was
j passing Silver Springs junction com com-j
j com-j ing to town, last evening, the engine
j struck a man who was lying close be beside
side beside the rails, and knocked him away
jfrom the track. The train stopped and
jthe crew went to the aid of the injured
j man. He was found to be an unknown
! negro and he had a terrible wound in
nurse, is here from Plant City to as- the back of his head. He was brought
isist in caring for Mr. W. V. Newsom. to the city and placed in the hospital
Ir- where lie died eight hours later. Judge
jLyles empaneled a jury to consider the
Messrs. D. E. Mclver and Sam Pylesl?;1Se this morning. From a card found
Are you Interested In paper bag
cooking? If so come to us for your
j supply of the bags. 25c the pickage.
i Post Office Drug Store.
Dauglas shoes at Fishel's.
to Jacksonville todav,
the meeting of the embalmers asso-
cia t ion.
Mr. John Dozier has purchased a
Maxwell Messenger runabout from the j
local agent. Mr. Edward Tucker, and
Is running it like a veteran car owner, i
j The wife of Rev. William Lumpkin,
! colored, died last evening. The funeral
j will take place tomorrow. Mclver &
jMacKay have charge of the arrange arrange-!
! arrange-! ments.
in the man's pocket, it is believed his
name was Willie Rover. He was evi evidently
dently evidently a tramp, as he is not known by
any one around here. It is probable
that lie was very tired, sat down by
the track, went to sleep and fell over
against the rail. The back of his head
was crushed in where the engine struck
him. His body was turned over to V.
P.. Keller & Co. for interment.
v'Ku k s
All traffic was stopped on Front
street near the depot at Belleview. a
few days ago by five automobiles and
six motorcycles coming together there
at one time. Nobody hurt and all went
away nappy. I hev had been eatiner i
.some or that good ice cream at '"The
guarantee of quality. The worth- : Oasis." Get the habit.
and useless have no place among
limps, horns, speedometers, i 1 somewhere on Orange avenue
( n.t r )i t .... ii .... i i
' 1 1
When your food does not digest well
and you feel "blue." tired and discour discouraged,
aged, discouraged, you should use a little HERBINE
at bedtime. It opens the bowels, puri purifies
fies purifies the system and restores a fine feel feeling
ing feeling of health and energy. Price 50c.
Soly by all druggists.
land stn street,
. .- w v. ivri uuun (.-oil liiuii ng vaiua-
r.xperience.i owners will recog- ble
iigh charactt-r of our sup-j Finder please leave same at this office
plies at a gl.mee. Inexperienced one
will do w:eiy t. gain their supply ex
land receive reward.
FOR SALE Eggs from pure English
white and brown penciled wing ducks,
well mated without inbreeding, and
best egg producers. One dollar for 12.
J. II. MeClymonds. South Fourth
street. Ocala. Fla.
Tuesday night, the Brooksvile Elec Electric
tric Electric Light Si Water Company turned
the current on the arc lamps they had
placed on Main street. Their are eight
lamps in all. The street presented a
grand" sight. It compared favorably
with the business street in Tampa.
Dr. Otto C.
Ocala, Fla., April
The death angel visited Sumterville
Wednesday morning and before the
sun beams kissed th dew from the
flowers the soul of Mrs. Mary Collison
h.is passed over the river to greet the
dawn of an eternal life on the shores
Mrs. Collison came to Sumterville
last January from Vienna, Georgia, to
visit her sister. Mrs Porter, at whose
borne she was at the time of her death.
The deceased was born in Thomas Thomas-ville'.
ville'. Thomas-ville'. Georgia. sixty-five years ago.
I Rev. H. P. Blocker conducted the fun
eral services at the Adamsville ceme cemetery
tery cemetery Wednesday afternoon. Bushnell
Ir. D. Theo. Cap
been attedir.g the
College, returned la:
the summer with hi-
leman. who has
t week to spend
home folks here
The best place in the citj
MUSIC EVERY EVENING
from 6:00 to 7:30
The Second quarterly Conference
was held here last week. Dr. Nixon
Presiding Eider, preaching three very
fine sermons. Sampler County Times.
LOST Thursday afternoon between
the O K. Teapot Grocery and C. H
Hardee's residence, a small. bla-: k
Florida Auto Sales Co.
North ot Government Building
FOLEY'S KIMEYFKLS roiZ'SjrPlEKi
A very slight fire at Mr. C. II. Dame's
residence caused the fire department to
hustle last evening, but the blaze was
doused with a bucket of water hefore
the gong had stopped ringing.
Mrs. J. H. Tinley, Waynesboro, Ga..
suffered for years with rheumatism
and kidney and bladder trouble. "I
have taken several different kinds of
medicine but got no relief until I took
Foley Kidney Pills, which have cured
me. I think them the best remedy
for kidney and bladder trouble and for
rheumatism." Sold at Th Anti-Monopoly
leather purse, containing ?o
00 in bills
and $2.00 in silver. Finder please re return
turn return to Star office and receive reward
For soreness of the muscles whether
induced by violent exercise or injury.
Chamberlain's Liniment is excellent.
This liniment is also highly esteemed
for the relief it affords in cases of
rheumatism. Sold by all dealers.
Sick headache results from a dis disordered
ordered disordered condition of the stomach, and
can he cured by the use of Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Try
it. For sale by all dealers.
Holeproof hosiery at Fishel'
Sl'C CESSOR TO BAXTER GA R.N'
Fresh Shrimp, Crabs
Fresh and Salt
in the city.
Any season's Delicacy
Chas. Rod off. Proprietor
TRY JACKSONVILLE'S POPULAR
lor. Bay and Hogan Sts.
All modern improvements,
T?1re is a nan in Ililtonia. Ga.. I
whose release from pain and suffering
is .me to Foley Kidney Pills. ne re- j y rOIltnil location, COOlest
commends theni: "I suffered with j
rooms in city. Fine sample
kidney trouble recently and had awful
' pains in my. bark. I got a bottle of
'Foley Kidney Pills and after taking
ithem I am entirely cured and cheerful cheerful-!
! cheerful-! ly recommend them to all." Sold by
Ithv. Anti-Monopoly Lrug Store.
Capt. S. H. Giit-kill of Mi Into-:i was
in the city yestt-r lay. H- say-- worms
are causir.-r trie ;.: ---umber crowers
considerable worry in his -ct .on
! Mis CWo John-, wh..
.-ently was bookkeeper of -- I-nby
i Furniture Company, pa.--.-l tr roug-h
I the city yesterday en route to her
home at Dunnellon after a brief vis. vis.-j
j vis.-j wit h relatives at Cedar Key Ga ine--ivilie
Rates: $1.00 f 1.50 and ?2.()0
Astor Investment Co.,
A. B. Vance, President.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E. CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Ocala Iadsre No. 26. Benevolent and Careful Estimates Made on All Con
Protective Order or meets sec
ond and fourth Tuesday
evening? in tract Work. Gives more and better
JIT1 Rys I work for the money than any other
IwVnrap. Howell M. Hampton, fc.. K
j Joseph Bell. Secretary.
contractor in Uie dtz.
OCALA EVEXT5G STAR, TCED.4i MAV 14. 111
By Morgan Robertson
Copyright. 1SS, by M. F. Mansfield.
Copyright, YAZ, by Morgan RoV
f-rtson. All rights reserved.
aiJ the attorney
j "That law,
i "VVas Mr. Austen a part owner
; also?"' ack, i:.wlnnd. Jsrnuring Mr.
2tfeyer"s v'.ow the rase.
"One Ph.nr. it n-t. Mr. Austen?
; askeil Mr. Mvyer. while he rubt.1 h!a
! nands anu -i. Mr. Austen iade
. U'J s'-'J f .i'-:.:ui. and Ituwiaud i-ju-tli.:;-:
r i..t' :j
BY ATTENDING THE BIG
NOW GOING ON AT
Ocala House Block
Near A. C I. Depot
The Drown Impulse Tire Pamp mnrrm time, money, labor, lame
barki and ntronc lansruatfe. By Mlniply removing a Hpark plug: and at attaching;
taching; attaching; pump connection It Immedlafely fill your tire with pure, fresh
air with power from the engine of your auto. Mot wonderful Inven Invention
tion Invention of the age. No experiment. Satisfaction guaranteed. AVe are Flor Florida
ida Florida Mtate agent. Let us have your order now. Price complete, 915.
KNIGHT & LANG
M E-R B I Nl E
For the Bowels
A Cure for Chronic Constipation, Torpid Liver
and Irregular Bowel Movements.
Constipation i3 the most common disorder of the boweis. It
affects both sexes and all ages but is more prevalent among
women because their duties in the household require less physical
exercise than the occupations of men; therefor women suffer
most from its baneful effect. V.
A constipated person 13 an easy victim when exposed to any
icrious disease Pneumonia, Typhoid Fever, Malaria, Rheumatism,
Small Pox. Yellow Fever and Bright s Disease gather their annual
harvest of death among those who are habitually constipated.
Even though they escape these diseases, such persons are alway3
ailing more or less. They have headaches, bad digestion, dizzi dizziness,
ness, dizziness, virtigo (blind staggers), sallow complexion, flatulence, loss
cf strength; and no energy at all. Ilerbine has a most admirable
tffect in the bowels; it Is cooling, purifying and regulating. It
cuts a prompt check on biliousness, wind in the bowel3. nervous nervousness,
ness, nervousness, heartburn, bad breath, low spirits, drowsiness In the day daytime
time daytime and nervoua wakefulness at night.
Price 50c per Bottle.
JAUES F. BALLARD PROPRIETOR
ST. LOUIS, MO.
For Weak Sight or Sore Eyes, use Stephens Eye Salve. It cure.
ISoldAnd HecowwtMotD Bv
4 TRAINS TO THE WEST 4
ATLANTIC CO0ST LINE
Dixie Flyer," Seminole Limited,
" South Atlantic Limited,"
" Montgomery Route."
Through Pullman Cars to Chicago,
Louis, Cincinnati, Indianapolis,
Louisville, Nashville, Atlanta
and Birmingham to
Dining Car Service
For information, or reservation, call on
M. R. WILLIAMS, Ticket Agent, Ocala, Fla.
Y. R. BEAZLEY. L P. A., J. G. KIRhLANI), D. P. A
Kowiana s Dead sanfe, and lie hid his
face for a moment In his arm on the
table at which he sat. It Lad been a
face as old and worn and weary a
that of the white haired ninn confront confronting
ing confronting him. On it when it raised. tiubtl.
bright eyed and smiling, was the jrlory
"I trust, sir," he said, "that you will
telegraph her. I am penniless at pres present
ent present and. besides, do not know her
"Self ridge which, of course, is my
own name. Mrs. Colonel or Mrs
George Selfridae. Our New York ad address
dress address is well known. Hut I shall cable
her at once, and, believe me. sir. a!
though I can understand that our debt
to you cannot be named in terms of
money, you need not be penniless long
You are evidently a capable man. and
I have weajth and influence."
Rowland merely bowed slightly, but
Mr. Meyer muttered to himself: "Vealth
and influence. Berhaps not. Now. ire'i
tlemen," he added In, a louder tone, "to
pizness. .Mr. Kowianu. win you ten us
about der running down of der Koysil
"Was it the Royal Age';" asked Row Rowland.
land. Rowland. "I sailed in her one voyage
Mr. Selfridge, more interested in My My-ra
ra My-ra than in the coming account, carried
her over to a chair in the corner and
sat down, where he fondled and talkul
to her after the manner of grandfathers
the world over, and Rowland, first look
ing steadily into the faces of the two
men he had come to expose and whose
presence he had thus far ignored, told,
while they held their teeth tirrht to together
gether together and often buried their finger fingernails
nails fingernails in their palms, the terrible story
of the cutting in half of the ship on the
first night out from New York, finish finishing
ing finishing with the attempted bribery and his
"Veil, gentlemen, vhat do you think
of that?" asked Mr. Meyer, looking
"A lie, from beginning to end:"
stormed Capti.in Rryce.
Rowland rose to his feet, but was
pressed back by the big man who had
accompanied him, who then faced Cap Captain
tain Captain Rryce and said quietly:
"1 saw. a polar bear that this man
killed in open light. I saw his arm aft afterward,
erward, afterward, and while nursing him away
from death I heard no whines or com complaints.
plaints. complaints. He can light his own battles
when well, and when sick 111 d it f"i
him. If you insult him again in my
presence I'll knoc your teeth down
There was a moment's silence while
the two captains eyed one another,
broken by the attorney, who said:
"Whether this story is true or false.
It certainly has no bearing on the va validity
lidity validity of the policy. If this happened
it was after the policy attached ami
before the wreck of the Titan."
"But der concealment, der conceal concealment!"
ment!" concealment!" shouted Mr. Meyer excitedly.
IIas no bearing either. If he con concealed
cealed concealed anything it was done after the
wreck and after your liability was
confirmed. It was not even barratry.
You must pay this insurance."
"I will not bay it I will not. I will
fight you in der courts." Mr. Meyer
stamped up and down the tloor in his
excitement, then stopped with a tri triumphant
umphant triumphant smile and shook his finger
into the face of the attorney.
"And even if der concealment will
not vitiate der policy der fact that he
had a drunken man on lookout when
der Titan struck der iceberg will be
enough. Go ahead and sue. I will not
bay. He was part owner."
"You have no witnesses to that ad admission."
mission." admission." said the attorney. Mr. Mey Meyer
er Meyer looked around the group, and the
smile left his face.
"Captain 'Rryce was mistaken." sni.l
Mr. Austen. "This man was drunk at
New York like others of the uvw
But he was sober and competent when
on lookout. I discussed theories of
navigation with him during his trick
on the bridge that night, and he spoke
"But you yourself said not ton min
utes ago that this man was in a state
of delirium tremens up to der colli collision."
sion." collision." said Mr. Meyer.
"What I said and what I will ad admit
mit admit under oath are two different
thincs." said the officer desperately.
"I may have said anything under the
excitement of the moment when we
were accused of such an infamous
crime. I say now that John Rowland,
whatever may have Ix-vn his condi condition
tion condition on the preceding nicht. was a so sober
ber sober and Competent lookout at the time
of the wreck of the Titan."
"Thank you." said Rowland dryly to
the first officer; then, looking into tlc
appealing face of Mr. Meyer, he said:
"I do not think it will be necessary
to Brand me before the world as an in
ebriate in order to punish the company
and these- men. Barratry, as I under understand
stand understand it. is the unlawful act of a cap captain
tain captain or crew at sea. causing damage or
loss, and it only applies, when the par parties
ties parties are purely employees. Did I un understand
derstand understand rightly that Captain Rryce
was part owner of the Titan?"
"Yes." said Mr. Meyer, "he owns
stock, and we insure acainst barratry.
But this man as part owner could not
fall back on it."
"And an unlawful act," went on
Rowland, "perpetrated by a captain
who is part owner which might cause
shipwreck and during the perpetration
of which shipwreck really occurs will
be sufficient to void the policy."
"Certainly." said Mr. Meyer eagerly.
"You were drunk on dor lookout you
were raving drunk, as he said himself.
You will swear to this, will you not,
my friend? It is bad faith with der
underwriters. It annuls der insurance.
You admit this, Mr. Thompson, do you
i ii;- turn w h..v in that condaioii and
i-l he i.itri..iii v. he:i the Titan struck
the sceU-i g Captain Rryte ami Mr.
A'.ie!i ha e as part owners commit committed
ted committed an act whi. h nullities the insnr
ale e on th; t ship."
"You k;:Vr:i.ii lying scoundrel!" roar
ed Captain Rryce He strode twafd
Rowland with threatening face. Half Halfway
way Halfway he was topped by the impact f
a huge Pro An list, which sent him
reeling and staggering across the room
toward Mr. Sd fridge and the child,
over whom lie floundered to the floor
a disheveled heap, while the big Cap
He Was Stopped by the impact of a
Huge Brown Fist.
tain Barry examined teebh marks on
his knuckles, and every one else
sprang to his feet.
"I told you to look out," said Cap Captain
tain Captain Barry. "Treat my friend respect respectfully."
fully." respectfully." He glared steadily at the first
officer, as though inviting him to du duplicate
plicate duplicate the offense. But that gentle gentleman
man gentleman backed away from him and as assisted
sisted assisted the dazed Captain Bryce to a
chair, where he felt of his loosened
teeth, spat blood upon Mr. Meyer's
floor ami gradually awakened to a re realization
alization realization of the fact that he had been
knocked down and by an American.
( Continued Tomorrow)
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