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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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VOL. 18.
OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1912.
NO. 300.
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To the Democratic People of Florida:
W. M. Toomer is flooding the state with his campaign literature
which purports to contain his career as a citizen and Democrat. Mr.
Toomer forgot to put in his eulogy of himself some things that Florida
Democrats should know, and as his omissions are of public and official
record it is my duty to the people to supply them.
Mr. Toomer forgot to tell that he was a PAID LOBBYIST of the
Jacksonville race track during the last session of the Legislature. Ask
your 1911 Legislative Representativeto confirm this.
He forgot to tell the people that, OS HIS OATH, before a Georgia
Legislative Committee, he CONFESSED TO BRIBING A STATE WARD WARDEN
EN WARDEN and said that he saw no harm in it and that he, as a member of a pool
of bidders, made $175,000 trafficing in Georgia convicts. The official
records of the Georgia Legislature are proof of this.
He forgot to tell the people that the platform he issued last October
when he entered the Second Congressional race said: "I FEAR THE
DEMOCRATIC PARTY IS IN DANGER OF BECOMING TOO PROGRES PROGRESSIVE.
SIVE. PROGRESSIVE. I AM EXTREMELY CONSERVATIVE." In his 4ig ads. beginn beginning
ing beginning the second primary race he says: 'I am in favor of a progressive
party." A COMPLETE REVERSAL OF HIS POLITICAL PRINCIPLES
IN SIX MONTHS! See his two plat forms for proof of this.
He forgot to tell the people that he has no money and cannot bor borrow
row borrow from the banks because of judgments piled up against him, and that
his campaign fund comes from the special interests with the full pocket pocket-book.
book. pocket-book. See records in clerk's office in Jacksonville for proof of his in insolvency.
solvency. insolvency. '
He forgot to tell the people that he CONFESSED to dictating a let letter
ter letter in which he acknowledged that he was making his fight to get into
Congress for the benefit of the turpentine industry and asking the boys
m in the woods to send him" $80,000 for his campaign. I secured in a
perfectly honest and legitimate way one of these letters and published it
and he replied by general denials and attacks upon me, which I answere-l
and proved to be false and ridiculous See Times-Union of Sunday, May
5th; Monday, May 6th, and Tuesday, May 7th, for proof of this.
He forgot-to tell the people why he was pulled out bf the -Second
Congressional race and put into the race for Congressman-atrLarge in
order to defeat the people's candidate.
He forgot to tell the people that a few days ago in answer to. the
questions from organized labor bodies, "Are you in favor of COMPUL COMPULSORY
SORY COMPULSORY arbitration?" he replied, "I CERTAINLY AM." When he discov discovered
ered discovered that organized labor opposed this, he wrote a letter to a prominent
ofgHnized labor leader, in which he retracted, and said that he signed his
answer in Tallahassee when HE WTAS VERY TIRED AND WHEN THE
LIGHTS IN THE HOTEL WERE VERY BAD. What would happen to
such a man if the lights in Washington should go out? (I have the orig originals
inals originals of both his answer and his letter which are in harmony with his
instability as a man and a candidate. He thus proves himself all things to
all men and adds further proof that he is conducting a campaign of mis misrepresentation.)
representation.) misrepresentation.) Mr. Toomer has not had the manhood to circulate his platform which
he wrote last October and WHICH IEXPOSED AS A REPUBLICAN
PLjATFORM. Instead of this he now tries to fool the people with a dec declaration
laration declaration contrary to this.
The Democratic people of Florida will not be fooled bv -the ulk
pocketbook. They will not be fooled by the enormous juanity" of lit literature
erature literature sent out by men for Toomer who have opposed and is opposing
the forward, fighting movement of the Democratic Masses.
In the first primary I beat Toomer 12,374 votes and got 43 per
cent of all the votes cast, notwithstanding six candidates aspired to this
office.
Martin men, Beacham men, O'Brien men and Williamson men, who
believe in true Democratic principles, have assured me that they will aid
in rebuking the corrupt use of money in Florida politics and are now
. working TO MAKE MY MAJORITY IN THE SECOND PRIMARY
GREATER THAN MY PLURALITY IN THE FIRST.
I have challenged Mr. Toomer to meet me face to face with the peo people
ple people on the stump, where records can be honestly and truthfully discuss discussed,
ed, discussed, but he prefers to let those .putting him up and PUTTING UP FOR
HIM, sent out letters and literature slanderous about me, and which are
silent. regarding his past bad record and absolutely untrue regarding his
political principles.
The people need have no fear about my beating Toomer by an over overwhelming
whelming overwhelming majority. Democrats of Florida know what I have been fight fighting
ing fighting for years. They know that Toomer's financial backers hate me BE BECAUSE
CAUSE BECAUSE IN ACCORDANCE WITH MY DUTY AS EDITOR OF A FREE
NEWSPAPER, I HAVE EXPOSED ALL OF THEIR CROOKEDNESS in
politics and SOME of their raw business deals.
Mr. Toomer makes all kinds of promises to fool the turpentine op operators
erators operators in the woods. His backers, with himself, DID FOOL THEM ONCE,
when they put money in the Export Company and LOST IT LARGELY
THROUGH MR. TOOMER'S MANAGEMENT AS PRESIDENT.
Mr. Toomer can not legitimately promise turpentine men more than
I can, as Congressman-at-Large. I will faithfully represent them just as
I will the farmer, the business man," and men of every honest profession,
trade or craft.
I again thank my thousands of friends in all parts of Florida for the
expressions of confidence in me, and I urge them to renewed activity at
once in order to give a crushing defeat to the full pocketbook in Florida
politics and an overwhelming endorsement to true Democratic principles
and of a man- who professes them and who has done deeds for their
spread and advancement.
I have not and shall not make any charge against Mr.' Toomer
which I can not prove. I HAVE ALL FACTS IN MY POSSESSION.
Mr. Toomer has been given an enormous corruption1 fund and he
will doubtless continue to spread his slanders and misrepresentations. So
far I have proved the falsity of his charges as fast as he has manufac manufactured
tured manufactured them, but I may not be able to keep up with the output of his bu bureau
reau bureau of fabrication. I therefore warn the people not to believe Toomer's
statements about himself or about me.
I have proved all I have said about us both and I ask that Toomer
and his backers be required to do the same. Ask any representative in
the legislature of my work for measures of general good to the people.
My lead over Mr. Toomer was 128 PER CENT of. the entire vote
received by Toomer. Park Trammell's lead over Milton for Governor
was 117 per CENT of the entire vote received by Mr. Milton yet, Mr. Mil Milton
ton Milton gracefully withdraws, CONTENDING THAT A MAN WITH SUCH A
LEAD SHOULD NOT BE FORCED INTO A SECOND PRIMARY. The
enemies of mine decree otherwise, so let us get busy and show them that
the Democratic Masses wish them eliminated from Florida politics.
Very respectfully,
CLAUDE L'ENGLE.

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Wytheville. Va May IS. Floyd Al Allen,
len, Allen, tried in circuit court .here f r the
murder of Prosecutor William Foster
of the Carroll county circuit court, at
Hillsville last starch, when the Allen
clansmen practically wij.-d out the
human fabric of that court, was yes yesterday
terday yesterday morning adjudged guilty of
murder in the first degree and will ex expiate
piate expiate his crime in the electric chair at
the Richmond state prison on a date
to be named later.
The Allen verdict was a distinct
surprise. It was thought the jury was
hopelessly divided. One of the twelve
men. it is known, said, previous to be being
ing being summoned for jury duty: "You
can't always get justice in courts and
maybe the Aliens were not far wrong."
The commonwealth's attorneys had
made arrangements to arrest him on
a perjury charge should he bring
about a disagreement.
Sentence has not been pronounced
on Allen, being suspended in order
that he may testify in the other cases.
The commonwealth will not try Claude
Allen on the indictment charging the
murder of Judge Massie. His trial
begins Monday. The defendant's at attorneys
torneys attorneys announced after court ad adjourned
journed adjourned they would ask for a writ of
error.
There was barely a handful of peo people
ple people in court other than the attorneys,
detectives and newspaper men when
the verdict was announced. The pris prisoner's
oner's prisoner's wife sat beside him, dressed in
black, and wore a large poke bonnet,
so that her face could not be seen. Al Allen
len Allen seemed brighter, evidently expect expecting
ing expecting a mistrial. He was the picture of
despair when the verdict was read.
The verdict will have great effect on
the other cases yet to be tried as a
result of the wholesale slaughter in
the Hillsville court house. These cases
will be tried Immediately. Besides the
murder Indictment against Floyd Allen
similar indictments have been handed
down against Victor and Claude Allen,
his sons: Sidna Allen, his brother;
Freel. Allen, Wesley and Sidna Ed Edwards,
wards, Edwards, Floyd's nephews, and Byrd Ma Marion.
rion. Marion. All of these men are in jail ex except
cept except Sidna Allen and Wesley Edwards,
who got away and have not been located.

ESCAPES AN AWFUL FATE.
A thousand tongues could not ex express
press express the gratitude of Mrs. J. E. Cox,
of Joliet. 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
now." Quick and safe, its the most re reliable
liable reliable of all throat and lung medicines.
Every bottle guaranteed. 60c and $1.00.
Trial bottle free at Tydings & Co's.
KENWOOD
Kenwood, May 17. Now that the
political excitement has abated perhaps
a few items from our little town will be
of interest to the public.
Two pretty cottages have been erect erected
ed erected during the past month.
Mr. and Mrs. Irvine started for Bos Boston
ton Boston last Thursday where they expect to
enjoy a two months visit with rela relatives.
tives. relatives. Mr. A. B. Carpenter has accepted a
contract with the Wilson Cypress Co.
of Palatka to clear and grade twelve
miles of, right of way for log trains.
Mr. A. B. Carpenter will move his
family to Palatka in the near future so
as to be near his work.
Mr. Hustead shipped ten crates of
cukes last week. This is the first ship shipment
ment shipment to go from here.
Mr. John Dyer and Mr. and Mrs. Ad
rian, Zeigler have moved to Palatka.
They will be missed by their friends
but. we will gladly welcome them back
any time.
Miss Gertrude Smith returned home
from Eureka last Thursday, where she
has been visiting her sister, Mrs. J. M.
Hinson.
Mr. John Collins, who has been on
the sick list, was able to go to Orange
Springs last Monday.
Mrs. Charles Watson, who has been
visiting her parents here, Mr. and Mrs.
Zeigler, has returned home.
BETTER THAN SPAM KING
Spanking does not cure children of
bed-wetting. There is a constitutional
cause for this trouble. Mrs. M. Sum Summers,
mers, Summers, Box W, South Bend, Ind., will
send free to any mother her success successful
ful successful home treatment, with full Instruc Instructions.
tions. Instructions. Send no money, but write her
today If your children trouble you In
this way. Don't blame the child, the
chances are It can'et help it. This
treatment also cures adults and aged
people troubled with urine difficulties
by day or night. 24.
XOTICE OF STATE
TEACHERS' EXAMINATION
Notice is hereby given that the reg regular
ular regular state uniform teachers' examina examination
tion examination will be held "in Ocala, Florida, be beginning
ginning beginning on Tuesday, June 4, 1912. at 9
a. m. The examination for whites will
be held at the Ocala High School build building
ing building and that for colored at Howard
Academy. The regular fee of one dol dollar
lar dollar will be collected upon beginning
the work and applicants should supply
themselves with legal cap paper, pens
and Ink. Very truly yours,
J. H. Brinson, Supt.
HELP A JUDGE IN BAD FIX.
Justice Ell Cherry, of Glllis Mills.
Tenn., was plainly worried. A bad sore
on his leg had baffled several doctors
and long resisted all remedies. "I
thought It was a cancer," he wrote.
"At last I used Bucklen's Arnica Salve,
and was completely cured." Cures
burns, bolls, ulcers, cuts, bruises and
piles. 25 cents at Tydings & Co's.
Don't you think when you go to have
your pictures made that you'd better
go to a studio that will give you the
best work? Certainly. Then come to
to the Ocala Photo Co.

Times)
Caps. John 1 1 n lis ..f For- Tnul'..
located in Citrus county at the mninh
of the Withlacoo.-hee river, where he
has vast interests, is the owner of the
Tuna, one of the best yachts that enters
this port. The boat was in port a few
weeks ago with Captain Inglis on
board ami attracted much attention. It
is a gasoline cruising yacht, and was
built in the summer f by the Nil-
son Yacht Building Company of Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore to Captain Inglis' design, and un
der the supervision of the well known
naval architects. Cox V- Stevens, of
New York City. The hull is of select selected
ed selected yellow pine, with a copper covered
bottom, and this boat lias two li.'.-hp.
"Standard" gasoline engines.' twin
screw, giving it a speed of about six sixteen
teen sixteen miles an hour. It carries a crew
of six men and lias a beautiful (lining
saloon and social hall on the upper
deck. In addition to ample accommo accommodations
dations accommodations for the crew, site lias accom accommodations
modations accommodations for six passengers, consist consisting
ing consisting of the owner's stateroom and three
others.
The inside of the yacht is beautiful beautifully
ly beautifully finished in East India teak and
Spanish mahogany, with electric lights
throughout as well as an electric
searchlight: bath rooms with both
fresh and salt water. The galley and
steward's department are fitted with
every convenience. The boat carries a
power launch and two lifeboats in
fact, she is a miniature ocean liner, be being
ing being complete in every detail. The Tuna
is one of the most beautifully finished
yachts of her class. She came down
from Baltimore last fall under her own
power and has twice been around the
peninsula of Florida, from tiie Gulf to
the Atlantic. She has proved herself
both speedy and a first-class sea boat
under all weather conditions.
Captain Inglis is president of the
Dunnellon Phosphate Company, presi president
dent president and originator of the Port Inglis
Terminal Company and president and
builder of the Hernando & Standard
Railway. He has done a great deal to toward
ward toward the development of the state of
Florida. He was formerly a cotton
planter and served on the Confederate
side during the civil war. Captain In Inglis
glis Inglis is largely interested in Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville real estate, having an interest in
the Parker Chemical Company also. He
has a number of sons who are all well
educated. Alexander, the youngest, is
general superintendent of the Dunnel Dunnellon
lon Dunnellon Phosphate Company.
HOW'S THIS.
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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 F.
J. Cheney for the last la years, and
believe him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions, and financially
able to carry out any obligations made
by his firm.
WALDO, KINN'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 Fills for constipation.
STOKE 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
I When I
DINE
$ I Always
I DINE
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AT
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Funeral Directors and
Licensed Embalmers
Lady Assistant when required
Calls Answered Promptly Night
or Day, to All Parts ol City
or Country
Parlors Located Back ot Frank's
Store
DAY PHONE, 10
NIGHT PHONE, 448
V. B. KELLER & CO.

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In Ten Dhm If Hard Work and I n nitialled
itialled nitialled Caxh Will IlrlnK the
Broken Enda Together
New Orleans, May 18. The Hymelia
crevassee. thirty-five miles ntTrth of
New Orleans, will be closed within
ten day if the expenditure of a quar-
tter of a million dollars can effect the
i object desired. The Mississippj River
; Commission has decided to appro-
priate $100,000 for the work and an
equal amount, or even more, if it is
necessary, has been pledged by prop property
erty property owners affected and state and
parish authorities.
Capt. C. O. Shirrell. chief of the Uni United
ted United States army engineers in charge
of the fourth levee district, has charge
of the stupendous job. The work of
tieing the ends of the crevassee, which
reached a width of 720 feet, has begun,
and material is assembled for the work
of cribbing across the opening. Sev Several
eral Several hundred laborers are at work and
by tomorrow more than 1,000 men will
be on hand and the -work will begin in
earnest.
The water from the crevassee has
spread about nine or ten miles inland
and encroached upon the towns along
the river north and south of the break,
inn no lives have been sacrificed.
TIIE DEMONS OF THE SWAMP
are mosquitoes. As they sting they put
deadly malaria germs in the blood.
Then follow the icy chills and the fires
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strength fails; also malaria oten
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ach, stomach, liver and kidney ills. 50 cts. at
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LAKE WEI It W. C. T. U.
The Fresident, Mrs. Reed presided.
After devotions and roll call the min minutes
utes minutes of previous meetings were read'
and approved. Miss Snook took charge
of Sunday School meeting and read a
fine selection. Her subject was
'"Prominent Temperance Workers," and
an article was given by Miss Jrace
Simpson. Treasurer's report was read
and accepted. Bill of Mrs. Snook ord ordered
ered ordered paid. Voted to give $5.00 to the
church for current expenses. Money
was appropriated to buy 'paper and en envelopes.
velopes. envelopes. Time of meeting was changed
to 3 o'clock for the summer.
Adjourned for one week.
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ped equipped with speedometer, electric horn,
etc. Been run less than four hundred
miles. In perfect condition. Will sell
for part cash and balance on easy
terms. If interested address box 404,
Ocala, Fla. 5-14
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Price 23c per bottle. Sold by all drug druggists.
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There is a man !n Hiltonia, Ga.,
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Do not leave any standing water
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! Alma Zada Face Powder is the best
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OCAXA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, MAY IS, 1912

OCALA EVENING STAR

Bittlnger & Carroll Proprietors.
R, R. Carroll, Business Manager.

J. H. Benjamin, Editor.

BELLEVIEW AXD THE
STAR'S SPECIAL. EDITION

WATCHED L'EXGLE'S WORK

.Messrs. Burrell and Carroll spent
yesterday afternoon at Belleview, the
pretty little "City of Oaks," interview interviewing:
ing: interviewing: the merchants and city authorities
on the Star's great industrial or trade

edition of Marion county, scheduled to

be issued on May 31st.

The people of Belleview took most

kindly to the proposition and expect to

use a page to exploit the many ad advantages
vantages advantages of this pleasant place. Many
handsome views were secured by the
representatives of the Star "and if the
town of Belleview takes the page It
will not only be most' interestingly
written but if will be handsomely il illustrated
lustrated illustrated with new views of the town's
places of interest.
There is no place in Florida that is
better prepared to reap benefits from
advertising well and judiciously done
than Is Belleview. It is a beautiful
town, a healthy one, fertile soil sur surrounds
rounds surrounds It. Life there is pleasant, the
people are congenial and their civic
pride and cooperation In things" Belle Belleview
view Belleview are well known' throughout the
state.

(Pensacola Journal)
Rain prevented the open-air meet

ing at which Claude L'Engle, candi

date for congressman at large, was to
have addressed the voters of Escambia

county last night, but a large number

turned out In spite of the inclement

weather and Instead of the meeting be being
ing being held 'at the corner of Chase and

Baylen streets, the courtroom of the
Escambia county court house was
used. The courtroom was filled com

fortably and there was a number
standing in the doors and halls and the
meeting was a most successful one, the
speaker being given rapt attention and
generous applause during hi3 discourse.
Hon. Pope Reese acted as chairman
of the meeting- and paid Mr. L'Engle a
high compliment for the work he said

he had done for the people of Florida
through his newspaper, and personally
endorsed his candidacy when he said
if Mr L'Engle is sent to Congress he
"will represent the people of Florida

as they nave never oeen represemeu
before." Mr. Reese said he had oppor

tunity when representing EscamiJia

county in the legislature to watch Mr.

L'Engle's good work and his loyalty to
the people, and referred to the race of
two years ago when Broward, Talia Taliaferro
ferro Taliaferro and L'Engle were- running for
the Senate. At that time, the speaker
said, Mr. L'Engle endeared himself to
the people of the state and that they
almost gave him a majority over five
opponents this year. I

BANKING BY MAIL

REUNION" AT MACON

There seems to have been some
crooked work In the office of the super supervisor
visor supervisor of registration of Levy county,
and the Bronson Times-Democrat is
showing it up in great shape. That's

The M iin roe A: Chamblis?

Bank of Ocala desires to par particularly
ticularly particularly call yonr attention
to the advantages of Hanking
by Mail.

Deposits may he sent safely
by bank check, postoflice
money order, express money
order or currency by regis registered
tered registered mail.
Ye solicit small accounts
as well as large ones, all re receiving
ceiving receiving the same careful and
prompt attention.

THE

Mrs. E. M. Howard, president of
Di..-ki.--on Chapter. T". r. C, who was
matron of honor for the Florida divis-

SWAT THE KNOCKER

Tampa, Fla., May it. 1912.
Editor Star: The April issue -of
Green's Fruit Grower, published at

S i'jR at Mac on, on her return home made Rochester, X. Y., a paper with a wide

1 e ioijo ,vin report of her visit and ; circulation and carrying with it con con-the
the con-the numerous courted shown her: j siderable influence, has attacked Flor-
rcki5on Chapter, Daughters of the' Ma most brutallv and without a. e-rain

.onfed.raty: Before -ing to the re-! of truth. This article is carried under;
union I thought our V. IX c. organ iza- ;a sub-head "Charles A. Green's Walks!
nun w.,uM Krow less and less as the and Talks with Readers." and follows
year passed r.y, h it I have chaneed i th hm.i .- a o-t. v. mt:t

ei-.iieJl. lo see the li.nhlipitv

people, the miles "Think nothine- flnno whllc'aueht r-

iJecorations. the mains

my mind most U

uivat multitude ol

and mlitr of brilliant

tO near the thoilht Il-ittl rannm th,ia fall- tnta

women andlof ours. Th article u s follow:

I "Florida Land"

i Afivt uu &u l i i i 'J a. ii v ar i t-

of lon- ao, was indeed withrmt first n ? t

1 . . -- vv k. 4. aui .7 1 1 VI 1 11

to do." and he has applied this

TOO JI Ell IV PALATKA

Wm. "M. Toomer, candidate for con congressman
gressman congressman at large, spent Wednesday in
the city and on the evening of that
day addressed a fair-sized audience at
the Oroheum Theater. Mr. Toomer is

waving of countless dags,
constant cheering of men

children, as the bands played Dixie, the
Bonnie Blue Flag and other sweet and

patrioti; air.-

'" i"""'-" "je one me war : several in Pinri.ia Tha MimotD

had just ended yesterday instead of is all that can be desired in February
nfiy years ayo. ,axill March, which are the most desira desira-I
I desira-I met Miss Isabel Pattern and Missjble months for tourists and invalids
Lucia Harmon, our pretty sponsor and j from the "north. I have never seen any
maid of honor, in Jacksonville on the good fertile soil in Florida. The soil is
evening of the 6th, and in company I composed of white sand washed up
with General Williams, the brigade j from the ocean. It will not bear any
commander, and General Cox and rrnn imioc vmat-'it- nnr;v.n.i r-

daughter, we left over the G. S. & F., half to a ton per acre of good farm.

arriving :n Macon the next morning, phosphates are necessary each year in
going directly to the Lanier hotel. -order to secure a crop.
where excellent accommodations had j I am told that there is more fertile

been reserved for us. This hotel was 'soil in rpnlaimort wamr iarc hut

the center of everything going on inieven here the fertility is soon exhaust-

j connection with the reunion, and ev- ed. A large part of Florida is under
jery evening it was like -holding a I water (swamp) and cannot be drained.
1 t i r ra.Qfif irtn m 3 11.: 1 m . ..

isjiu.!... .ctcnuii, wiccmis miu lai&mg mis is oi no vaiue, Dut is oiten ex-

ri nnmi ;"uri "an eierans irom au overjchanged for fertile eastern farms, the
FLORIDA the South- and the officers, in their 'owners of which have not seen what
uniforms of gray cloth and sold lace. thev harsrain fnr"

lulted Mate fofttai avinsfii Manic General Williams and iwrtv wro

MUNROE

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& CHAMBUSS

BANK

WHAT TO GIVE THAT IS THE QUESTION

Depository

the way to do. The people's best friend a really fute and immaculately dressed

Is a fearless newspaper.

We have carefully examined the last
issue of Major Butler's Inverness
Chronicle, and fail to find any state statement
ment statement from him that anyone had stated
that he voted for Claude L'Engle as a
joke. Thought so. Major Butler sel seldom
dom seldom makes wild statements, but that
was once he fell down.

Some of the people who are hoping

NOMINATE
DEIIS FOK PRESIDENT

party

given a serenade the first evening we
were there, by his friend. General
Gennett Young, and the music was ex ex-iuisitely
iuisitely ex-iuisitely beautiful. Afterwards we
went to the auditorium, where the

. matrons of honor, sponsors and maids
Indianapolis, Ind., May 18. Eugene of honor were presented, and on this
Victor Debs, of Terre Haute, Ind., was occasion the crowd was so large that
named yesterday as a candidate for the noise was like the roar of the sea.
the presidency of the United States by The young ladies and I attended two
the National Socialists' Convention. : grand balls, one given by the veter-

his annroval is nrobablv familiar to'Emil Seidel. former mayor of Milwau- anu ine oiner D Ine &ons 01 et"
niS approval, IS prOOaDlJ iamuiar IO frans: also a larsP rPfPi.tinn in one rf

i Kee. was namea lur uie vice-uresiuen-

: the old colonial Home

little man and presented a most dig

nified and altogether stunning appear

ance as he stood before the footlights.
He is an impressive talker. His his

tory, either written by himself or with j

his approval, is probably familiar to
most of our readers as it is just now

occupying a conspicuous place in the
leading newspapers of the state. Other,
and much more entertaining portions
of his life story, and of which Mr.
Toomer seems not to be especialfy

that Tom Watson will go to the Na- hv Mr i.T.nel,. Th

- t-

tional Democratic Convention, and
there make one of his mouthy' attacks
on Bryan, were a few years ago de denouncing
nouncing denouncing Watson as an anathema
maranathea or some other atrocity.
Bryan Is a statesman and Tom Wat Watson
son Watson is a common scold. He can interest
the people who like to hear Bryan
abused, but he carries no real weight
in party councils.

voters, while not paying much money,
are taking their choice, and this choice
seems to be largely in favor of the
Claude L'Engle version. Palatka
News.

tial nomination.

TY COBB IN TROUIILE

Indefinitely Suspended from the De Detroit
troit Detroit Team DeeauNe He Resent Resented
ed Resented an Insult

and the crown-

jing of the "May Queen."
i Your president received many beau beau-:
: beau-: tiful honors on account of represent represent-j
j represent-j ing the second brigade. She was on
I the rostrum and had the pleasure of

This roan Green is a large nursery nurseryman,
man, nurseryman, and prints his Fruit Grower as a
vehicle to exploit his wares, taking suf sufficient
ficient sufficient other advertising to evade the
postal laws regarding second-class
matter. His catalogue is a work of art.
and he undoubtedly has patrons in
Florida.
I am surprised that a man of his in intelligence,
telligence, intelligence, with the reference books at
his command, would print such an at attack
tack attack on this state.
In the same issue on the editorial
page the Grower states: "Good Florida
vegetables are bringing fancy prices
in the northern markets," etc. They
certainly were and you can answer
this attack of his by quoting prices
the vegetables brought to your grow growers,
ers, growers, and send Mr. Chas A. Green, edi-

MORE UNDERWOOD MONEY

The Star omitted to state in its re report
port report of the republican first district

convention yesterday that the conven-j
tion recommended Mr. H. L. Anderson I

for national committeeman. Mr. Ander Anderson
son Anderson was a candidate for congressman
from this district on- the republican
ticket in 1898, and was the last re republican
publican republican candidate for that office who
made a real live fight. His Ocala
friends without regard to party would
be glad -if he was "honored by the na national
tional national convention.

In days not very long' gone, Claude
denounced the Times-Union as being
owned soul and body by the railroads
and, therefore, unworthy of the sup support
port support of the people. Since he became a,
candidate, however, he has been con contributing
tributing contributing liberally to the support of
that paper, paying It one dollar an
Inch for space in which to boost his
candidacy. Lakeland Telegram.
Well, Claude is paying for his .ad .advertisements
vertisements .advertisements himself.

Material evidences that there is a
barrel somewhere in this presidential
campaign continue to come to the sur surface.
face. surface. The weekly papers are carrying
two-column advertisements in behalf
of the Underwood candidates for dele delegates
gates delegates to the Baltimore convention. Just
mentioning this, but not in a capitipus
spirit. The weekly papers need the
money and we are glad folks are man managing
aging managing this campaign who don't mind
turning loose the mazuma. Lakeland
Telegram.

CARD FROM MR. CARX

I desire to thank in as emphatic a
manner as possible the friends who
kindly aided me, in the first primary,
an5 appeal to them for a continuance
of their support in the second primary.
If elected a member of the board of
commissioners I shall use my best ef efforts
forts efforts to make you a faithful official,
and will do all in my power for the
best interests of my district and the
entire county. Respectfully,
C. M. Cam.

New York, May 18. A fight between;
Ty Cobb, the Georgia Teach, of the De-
troit Tigers, and a spectator during
the game between New York and De- j
troit yesterday afternoon caused a ;
small riot. As Cobb came to bat in the
fourth inning, a spectator let loose a
flood of vile epithets at the Tiger out- ;
fielder. Cob6 immediately jumped into 1
the stand and administered a severe
beating to the spectator. Players
finally quelled the disturbance and the 1

game was resumed arter which Cobb
was put off the grounds for his mis misconduct.
conduct. misconduct. He was also suspended from
the team for an indefinite time.

j meeting and talking with Generals j tor Fruit Grower, Rochester, N. Y., a
Young, Van Zantck, Walter and other marked copy, showing that you resent
celebrities; also meeting Mrs. Ludlow his attack on your state.

(who represented our president gen- J Stand up for Florida with its 4,942
eral), Mrs. Schuyler, Mrs. Raines and j miles of railroad, 1,803,000 acres of
other prominent women of the South, i land under cultivation bringing the
She was present when the commander j grower $50,000,000 a year; 117,623,000
in chief was elected, and was asked, jvalue in farm lands; shipping a bill

ion feet of lumber in 1910; with assess-

with her cousin, Mrs Anderson, to
come forward and i-peak to him, but
being ladies of "old-fashioned ideas,"

ed valuation of real estate, $198,000, $198,000,-000;
000; $198,000,-000; estimated total wealth $600,000,-

CONDEMNED MAN COLLAPSED

we preferred remaining in the back-000; the greatest increase in popula popula-ground.
ground. popula-ground. jtion of any state east of the Mississip-
It was a great privilege to see this ; pi, and whose bank deposits In 1911

body of distinguished Southern men, were $24,180,049.
to hear their eloyuent speeches and to Stand up for Florida, the state with
i see the dignified way in which they J the climate', the health, the progress
conducted the election of their officers. and prosperity and If half-baked
j The parade was grand and impress- nonenity starts to kickin our hound

lve from the beginning: to the end. and 1 aroun'. swat him in the solar-nlexus.

jtlie Florida division received much at-'ten-tion.
Our automobile was next to

Respectfully. W. B. Powell.
Secretary Board" of Trade.

Rnctnn Mar 18 Plarptifp V T

' t tl '1 t 1 f f 1 ,1 . T- 1 1 ( V- ...T.I .-"I,.,.- Trtrt,.l.ll

Richeson was stricken with an attack ."
of hysterical delirium in the cVeath!"01 keej 1 he te,ars back when 1 savv j We regret to learn through the
chamber of the Charlestown statelthe carre'1 an,J mutilated battleflags crystal River Xews that Susie, the 18i

prison last night while being visited by j

and the aged veterans

The Tampa Times is much puzzled
over the proper definition of "progres "progressive"
sive" "progressive" as applied to other newspapers
by an Underwood-supporting exchange.
We would advise the Times to define
itself. The Star has the matter doped
out thusly. A progressive is a person
who agrees with us. A radical is. one
who agrees with us too much. A re reactionary
actionary reactionary is one who doesn't agree
with us enough. The Star is classified
along similar lines, but it doesn't ap appear
pear appear to be hurting it any.

The Underwood papers are very busy
warning the people against voting in
the second primary for the would-be
delegates who are favorable to Wilson.
Said papers seem to think said dele delegates
gates delegates are less honorable than other
men and would disregard the instruc instructions
tions instructions of the people. We don't suppose
Its any use to claim that a Wilson man
has any sense of honor; so we shall
not waste time in doing so. Its our
opinion, tho, that if the people of the
ninth Alabama district had known that
Underwood was going to' vote for the
Bristow force-bill amendment, they
would not have elected him.

INSURANCE POLICIES
SHOULD nE INVESTIGATED

Englishmen are slow, but they can
appreciate American humor when they
comprehend it. London Opinion tells
the following: When in England Gov Governor
ernor Governor Foss of Massachusetts had
luncheon with a prominent English Englishman
man Englishman noted for boasting of his ancestry.
Taking a coin from his pocket, the
Englishman said: "My great-greatgrandfather
was made a lord by the
king whose picture you see on this
shilling." "Indeed!" replied the gov governor,
ernor, governor, smiling, as he produced another
coin. "Wnat a coincidence! My great-great-grandfather
was made an angel
by the Indian whose picture you see on
this cent."

The Times is- not questioning the
quality of the timber in the construc construction
tion construction of Mr. Toomer. but in justice to
Claude L'Engle and those who do not
know him or his record we want to
say Claude is no freak. His language
Is sometimes too er well too much
so but like many other men of great greater
er greater fame, Claude, when down to brass
tacks Is more substantial than his
written language might lead a strang stranger
er stranger to expect. Claude L'Engle has for
years been no inconsiderable factor in
Florida public affairs, and the works
to show for him are good. He and his
journals have at times largely in influenced
fluenced influenced legislation at Tallahassee, and
that influence was always along safe
and sound progressive lines. Claude is
safe enough, even if his editorials do
sometimes sound a little brash. St.
Petersburg Times.
The Times has come very near siz sizing
ing sizing the matter up correctly. Those
who denounce L'Engle as sensational
and scurrilous are mostly the ones
whom he has shown up.

J. D. Chapman succeeds Mr. J. E.
Culpepper as bookkeeper for West &
Reaves. Mr. Chapman is a young man
of pronounced ability, and standing
high with his employees and the pub public
lic public generally is bound to success. We
do not know of a young man better
qualified to succeed Mr. Culpepper than
J. D. Chapman. Jr. Citrus County
Chronlcle.
Mr." Chapman Is the eldest son of
Rev. J. D. Chapman, formerly pastor of
the Ocala Baptist church.

Odd Fellows meet Tuesday night.

Several weeks ago C. M. Aiken, now
deceased, had his life insured with the
Missouri Life Insurance Co., John F.
May of Jacksonville, agent, soliciting
the same. The policy was duly sign signed
ed signed by the officers of the company, but
Aiken died before the papers reached
his widow. Now the company refuses
to pay the insurance. $2,000 and At Attorney
torney Attorney Scofield will sue for the amount.
Although "a clause in the policy reads
that no contests will be held. Now the
company, it Is said, claims that an another
other another clause does not make it obliga obligatory
tory obligatory upon them to pay the same. It
begins to look like the Missouri Life
Insurance Co. is a concern that should
be steered clear of, and really it looks
as if every applicant for life insur insurance
ance insurance should have the policy examined
by a competent attorney before any
money is advanced on the same. There
never was a clearer case than that of
Mrs. Aiken, and if she and her child children
ren children are to suffer from the actions of

the Missouri Life Insurance Co., it is
to be hoped that the company will not
only be made to pay the policy, but
damages besides in an amount that
will prevent a future repetition of the
act. Inverness Chronicle.

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and
Fresh and Salt
Water Fish.
Best Merchant's
Lunch tor
35 cents
in the city.
Any season's Delicacy
promptly served.
(eating's Cafe.
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EDVARDJJRAKE
CIVIL ENGINEER,
DRAUGHTSMAN
AXD CONTRACrOH
Accurate iiulldlng Plans. Blue Print,
and Specifications made. Lands Sur
reyed and Platted. Close Estimate Estimate-cade
cade Estimate-cade on Erection of Buildings of an
Character by contract or on commis
lion basis, write or consult me at
Nortbwest Corner Ocala House Block
OCAIA - FTORm'.

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

Prison Chaplain Stobbins and his
counsel, William A. Morris.
The attack was marked by spells of
groaning and moans, after which the
prisoner would lapse into intervals of
unconsciousness. Then he would re revive
vive revive and continue his ravings. 'A physi physician
cian physician administered sedatives which
quieted the patient.

some on crutches manv

i

marcning oy. months-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J:

SO feeble ,V Plark AioA in I.ivp fVilr last wrorilr

but all perfectly happy, so glad to be (Inverness Chronicle.

there.
One of the lovely incidents connect-

Nl.('KO Kii,i,i:n AT CItOOM

Sunday morning last about 6 o'clock
a tragedy happened right at the depot
in Croom. Charlie Bennett, a negro,
was shot and killed by Mr. H. F. Shep Shep-pard,
pard, Shep-pard, the section foreman. The negro
was advancing toward Mr. Sheppard
with a knife in his hand and was fired
upon in self defense. Sheppard was
bound over in the sum of $500 to the
circuit court. Brooksville Argus.

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ed with the reunion was the meetinsS:

of Col. Aldersen. of Virginia, who in introduced
troduced introduced himself as my cousin. He was
j with General Young and General Wil Wil-I
I Wil-I liams when they reviewed the parade.

and Mrs. Aldersen was invited to ride
with the sponsor and maid of honor
and I in the parade.
Your president went through the
grand march at the veterans' ball with
the commander of the second brigade,
and afterwards the son of Mr. and Mrs.
G. V. Martin came on the rostum to
speak to her, and very proud she was
of him one of Ocala' s finest boys. Mrs.
L T. Izlar's cousin, Mrs. Ross, of Ma Macon,
con, Macon, a charming and elegant lady, and
a D. A. It., called on me; also Mr. James
Leavel, a cousin of Mrs. .Edward Bad Badger.
ger. Badger. I also saw Mr. Albert Gerig, Dr.
Walter Hood and Mr. Ayer. Had hoped
to meet a relative and friend of Mrs. A.
Y. Strunk, but am afraid they were not
there, as I did not meet them.
Many asked about our honored state
president. Sister Esther Carlotta, and
wished that she could be present. She
had asked ine to represent her should
Mrs. Davis, our first vice president,
not be there, but she was present, and
a most charming lady she is.
We were all so proud of General A.
D. Williams, commanding the second
brigade, a most courteous gentleman,
beloved by all.
Our chapter was honored by your
president being asked to represent
this brigade, and no matron of honor
will ever have a happier, lovelier time
than she had on this occasion.
Respectfully submitted,
Mrs. E. M. Howard.
I'res. Dickison Chapter, I". I). C

Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Swicorl. Miss
Virgie Taylor and Clyde Tompkins of
Coleman, came over here Sunday in
Mr. Swicord's car to visit his aunt,
Mrs. Olmsted. On returning home, in
crossing the river the car was stuck
in the mud. and not until 2 a. m. Mon Monday
day Monday morning did they succeed in con continuing
tinuing continuing their journey. Citrus County
Chronicle.

Prof. J. M. Guilliams. of St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, the noted normal teacher of the
South, will arrive here Sunday and
Monday morning will take charge of
the special training of teachers in the
normal here, and will remain two
weeks. Inverness Chronicle.

Sheriff Carter visited his sister-in-law
and other relatives: in St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg this week. He left here Sunday
and returned Tuesday. Citrus County
Chronicle.

Sunday. May ."th. at the home of the
bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Sam W.
Davis. Mr. Geo. A Butler and Miss Ida
Davis were united in marriage. Judge
E. M. Tally officiating. The bridal
party autoed to town and took the Sea-

If the opponents of Siieats and
L'Engle could read the handwriting
on the wall they would retire while it
can be done gracefully. The people
are determined to elect Sheats and
L'Englu. and all the noise the other
fellows make will do no good. Bron Bronson
son Bronson Times-Democrat.

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E. L. ctapp. Secretary.

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NOTICK OF APPLICATION FOR
1'ermlt to Sell Liquor, Wine anil
Beer.
Whereas Harry Peter has filed with the
Board of County Commissioners for
Marion County, Florida, an application
for permit to sell Liquors, Wine3 and
Beer in Election District No. 1 of said
County and State; any citizen of such
election district may show cause, if
any there be. at the meeting of the
Board to be held on Wednesday, the 5th
day of June next, why such permit
should not be granted.
S. T. Sistrunk.
"lt-rk of the Board of County Commis Commissioners.
sioners. Commissioners. Marion County, Florida.

NOTICK OF tM.l. HKTCRN.
Notice is hereby given that on the
2:nh day of June. A. D.. PJ12, the un undersigned
dersigned undersigned will present his accounts and
vouchers to the Hon. Joseph Bell, judge
"f probate court in and for Marion
county, Florida, at his office ir the
court house in Ocala and will make his
annual return as such guardian.
This the 7th dav of May, 1912.
P. H. Gillen.
As guardian of Henrietta Duebel.

NOTICK OF ANNUAL RETURN
Notice is hereby given that I.
Thomas Sexton, will on the 1st day of
June. A. D. lt12. render to the Hon.
Joseph Bell, county judge of Marion
county, Florida, my annual account as
guardian of Etta Hood Robinson.
Thomas Sexton, Guardian.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given to all credit-

j ors. legatees, ilistributees ana all other
j p-rson having claims and demands
asrainst 'he estate of Adelaide B.
i Chisolm. deceased. to present said
j claims duly proved to the undersigned
j within one year from the date of the
; first publication of this notice, to-wit:
i Feb. Sth. 11.12. Kate B. Howell.
I As Administratrix Estate Adelaide B.
! Chisolm.
i Oak, Fla.

Marion-Dunn Lods-e No. 19 meets In
the Temple on the firs: and third
Thursday evenings of each month
Visitinar brethren cordially invited
C. E. Simmons, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary.

WHITE STAR TRANSFER CO.
COLLIER DUO., PROPRIETORS
PHONE 296

t53g2rage. r reignt. nanos. r uruiiure tion
?nd ?afps n Snppialtv. Careful apdiOth

j NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I Notice is hereby given to all credit credit-j
j credit-j ors, legatees, distributees and all other
persons having claims and demands
jasrainst the estate of Albert I Barber,
i dect-ased. to present said claims duly
j proven to the undersigned within one

; yar irom tne aate oi ine nrst puoi;ca-

or

this notice.

to-wit: January

D. A. Smith,

Prompt Attention Ghen All Ordera. t-Ver EVei
WE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE j Ocala. Florida, Jan. 30, 1912.

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E SOLVED IT -long ago for people in

just such a position as yc.u. C?onie in
and let us talk it over. Bt-tAveen us we

will be able to pick a useful and agreeable
gift that will give tl e greatest defight to the

recipient as well as io yuiir-elf.

Eo BILMMETT
THE JEWELER

A GREAT HOUSE FURNISHING
ESTABLISHMENT
Following are fast a Few of the Thousands of
Articles Carried in oar Gr.at Furniture, Hardware,
House Furnishing and General Supply Store. Come
in and look the stock over, you will find many
things you want.

For the Office

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..... Roll, and Flat Top Desks, Typewriter Desks, Stenographer's
Desks, Office Chairs', .Stools, Sofas, Etc.
For the pining Room.
' Handsome. Round-, .or Square Extension .Tables Dining : Choirs, :
Rugs,. Sideboards and Cliiffoniers, Bouffets, China Closets, China
Dinner Sets, Lamps, Fine Table Linen, Etc. j" -- f c'
Parlor Furniture
I IjrhjdsQnie Mahogany, Oak, Willow or Mission Chairs, Straight "m
Rackrxlon -Rockers,-Tables, Sofas, Lamps, Rugs and, Carpets, Pic
tures.
? Bedroom Furniture:
Beautiful Dressers and Wash Stands in Golden Oak, Rirdseye
Maple or Mahogany. ..Beautiful Iron and Brass Beds In over Fifty
Different Varieties and Prices. Rugs and Mattings, Chiffoniers awd'
yardrobes. Toilet Sets Blankets," Comforts and Linens.
For The Pantry and Kitchen
Mandsonie, Refrigerators and Ice Chests in Several Different
Make aad Slyles and any Size or Price Desired. Stores and Ranges
in Either Wood or Oil Burners. Kitchen Cabinets .and Tables.

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Anything Desired in Silverware for the "Table, Cutlery and
Sissors-in our Hardware Department; Shotguns, Rifles and Ammu Ammunition;
nition; Ammunition; Fire Sets, Screens and Irons, Etc.
Carriage and Harness Dept.
Buggies, Carriages and Wagons for all Purposes, Harness, Sad Sad-Doniestic
Doniestic Sad-Doniestic and Imported, Art Squares, Mattings, Etc., in the Coutnry.
dies. Lap Robes, Whips and Everything for the Horse or Vehicle.
McIVER & MacKAY
PHONE 47 North Magnolia St. OCALA, FLA.

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LORETTO (Near Mandarin) FLORIDA.
Boarding school for boys, conducted by the Siste.-s of St. JosepV
Boys from eight to fourteen years received, and carefully trained t
physical, intellectual, moral and social lines. Healthy location. Ma
nificent swimming pool. Complete equipment in schoolrooms, dorn
tories. dining hall and recreation rooms.
APPLY FOR PROSPECTUS TO THE SISTER SUPERIOR.
ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY. LOHETTO. FLORIDA.

AUTOMOBILE OWNERS

The Ilrowa Impalae Tire Pump mtm time, money, labor, lame
oacka and atrons language. By almply removing m apark plug aad at attaching
taching attaching pomp connection It Immediately filla your tire with pare, freah
air with power from the engine of your aoto. Moat wonderful Inges Ingestion
tion Ingestion of the age. o experiment. Satisfaction guaranteed. We are Flor Florida
ida Florida ntate agenta.' Let na hare your order now. Price complete, f 15.
KNIGHT fit LANG



OCJLLA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, MAY 18, 10ia

WHY YOU SHOULD BANK WITH
THie Commercial Banak
OF OCALA
Flmti Its shareholders are all home people, business men, professional
men and farmers. Their interests and yours are mutua. Tho bank's profits
remain right here In the community for the upbuilding of our town and
county.
Of II CERTIFICATES BEAR FOUR PER CENT INTEREST
Seroadi Its business Is governed with conservatism.. Speculation plays no
part in its conduct. It fosters and encourages home enterprises, all of, which
make for soundness and satisfactory bank service.

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of Cypress Lumber Hoards Kand 12
inches wide 2x4 and 0x6 posts Ail
Good Heart Cy r ss for fence material.
Vou can build that f nee iow. we
have just the material you've been
looking for.

Ocala Lumber & Supply Co.
"Everything that Goes Into t::e Construction of a Building."
Office and Yards:
Corner Osceola and Jlenry streets.
OCALA, FLORIDA

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TICKETS FOR THE YACHT
(LIB ENTERTAINMENT

AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW

Fruit Jars at Fishel's.

K. of P. meet Monday night.

New shirt waists at Fishel's.
Odd Fellows meet Tuesday night.
Ladles' dresses at Fishel's.

'all rnens!-r-: of the Lake Weir

; Yacht Club nv.i-t :ear :n mind that

(the committee exp-ot.s them to call at isierial

the Court Pharmacy before Monday
afternoon and purchase tickets for
themselves, their families and friends
for the special train on the 24th. the

.sapper at the club, etc.. all of which is

only 11.50 for each ticket. To enable j

the committee at the lake to prepare isenooi

the entertainment. i

Monday how many to expect

Moose meet Thursday evening.
'
Mr. Easterlin is much better today.

At the Ocala Photo Co. we develop
your films free if bought from us.

Rev. L. B. Warren of Lake City is
a guest of the Ocala House.

Your last photo didn't do you justice.
It wasn't taken at the Ocala Photo Co.

FOK THE FLOOD M FFERERS

Baptist
Sunday School 5:20 a. m.
Mr. Karl C Sheridan, a vounsr tnin-

tu lent. will preach at the e ve

rs In:? hour.
Methodist
Sunday School 9:30 a. m.
Rev. J. U. Ley will preach the bac-

jcalaureate sermon for the Ooala Hio-h

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must Know on! v .

w.t.,JurJ3 ui me uapu.st, Presbyterian
and Christian churches will join the
Methodists at that service.

Mr. J. B. Turner of Eureka was at
the Ocala House last night.

Dr. E. O. Peek's wffiee phone l N'o.
49Ht kU realdeace phone, No. 301.

The Kind's Daushters are soliciting
contributions f all kin-Is for the ben- j
efit r the flood sufferers. Clothing.
provisions. bedd inf. shoes, money ;
anything will be acceptable for the
need is tireat. Contribution.- will please!

be left at the vacant store room be beneath
neath beneath the ftoess Lumber Cos. office?,
the same in which the rummage sale
was recently held. where King's
Daughters will be in waiting to re-

Iceive them on Monday afternoon and

Tuesday afternoon next. All King's
Daughters are urged to be present and
assist. Committee.

Mr. S. P. Anthony of Port Inglis was
at the Ocala House last night.

- Dr4 A. I-. Blaloclt, physician, office
phone No. 399; renldence phone, 132.

Mr. Jas. T. McCarthy of Gainesville
was at the Ocala House last night.

Pleasant furnished rooms for light light-housekeeping.
housekeeping. light-housekeeping. 66 Oklawaha avenue. 18

J. V. Wall of Palatka
Colonial last night.

was at the

FOR SALE One good saddle horse.
Inquire of Mrs- W. P. Edwards.

Mr.. J. C. K. Bridges of Coleman
at the Ocala House.

Kodak finishing done by experts at
the Ocala Photo Co.

Cook your next roast In a paper bag,
and get the bag from the Post Office
Drug Store. 25c. the package.

LOADING MELONS IN MAHION

Presbyterian
'.Pastor, Rev. W. H. Dodge, D. D.)
:" a. m. Sunday School.
No morning service. The Ctni;rega Ctni;rega-tion
tion Ctni;rega-tion will meet with the other church in
commencement exercises at Methodist
church.
3 p. m. Junior Missionary Society.
7:00 p. m. Mr. Richard Dodge will
preach.
Grace Episcopal
Holy Eucharist 7:30 a. m.
Holy Eucharist with sermon 9:45 a.
m.

Tine Soonta Yon Sttauptt''
to put by a little every pay day in the savins bank, thz
sooner you'll reach Independence and a competency.
The Ocala National Bank ;
in its savings department, will open an account with yea
with as little as $1 and will pay four pen cent! interest ca
your deposits. Why not open one next pay day? Yca'U
nrver be any younger and you cannot be too ycacg to
start saving. Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent

J NO. L.

CAPITAL FULLY PAID IN pTSOM
H. D. STOKES. Cashier.
EDWARDS. Pres. CLARENCE CAMP. Vice. Pres.

Two carloads of watermelons were
loaded yesterday and today at Weirs Weirs-dale
dale Weirs-dale and two cars mre will he loaded
Monday. They are loading today at
Candler and will load nwr- the first of

next week. Oklawaha will make her

first shipment' Monday. Sparr, Anthony
and I'.elleview have all forwarded local
shipments of cantaloupes this week,
the first that we know of having gone
from Relleview on Monday the 13th.

WEATHER REPORT

Following are the meteorological
conditions that prevailed during the
twenty-four hours up to noon today:
Clear: southwest wind.
Minimum temperature. 62 degrees.
Maximum temperature, 83 degrees.

two iii ;e ripe melons

There are on display in the Munroe
& Chambli.-s Hank two long 35-pound
melons, thrown by Mr. I'.. If. P.ridges of
Coleman and shipped to the bank by
express yesterday. Mr. Uridges is load loading
ing loading cars of these melons for the north northern
ern northern markets.

THE NEW R. C. H. CAR

J. B. Willis of Crystal River and Don
J. Willis of Mcintosh were at the
Ocala House last night.

i uet your prescriptions nnea Dy tsecK
'at the Court .Pharmacy and know they
.are right.

BEHIND OUR
AUTO SUPPLIES

A. L. Anderson and T. A. Carroll of
Jacksonville were at the Colonial last

i night.

FOR SALE One pair good turpen turpentine
tine turpentine mules, wagon and harness. W.
J. Wilson. Citra, Fla. 5-13 dl0tw2

j Mr. and Mrs. Karl Klaus of Milwau-
is a guarantee of quality. The worth- kee were at the Ocala House yester-

less and useless have no place among day.

our tires, lamps, horns, speedometers.

clocks, tools, oils, greases, batteries.

etc. Experienced owners will recog-'

nize the high character of our sup supplies
plies supplies at a. glance. Inexperienced ones
will do wisely to gain their supply, ex experience
perience experience here.

If you are in a hurry for your pre prescriptions,
scriptions, prescriptions, try the Court Pharmacy's
quick delivery system.

' FHorMa Aiuitto Sales Co.
i
North of Government Buildlna Ocala. Fla

Mrs. Charles Cullen and children re returned
turned returned from a visit to the lake this
morning.

FOR SALE 20-hj). Ford runabout
car, and equipment. $250 cash. Ad Address,
dress, Address, F. H. M.. care Star. 6td

Mr. R. E. Yonge. the district agent
for the R. C. H. car, received his new new-demonstration
demonstration new-demonstration car this morning. The
car is a 25-horsepower roadster with
black hood and fenders and scarlet,
fore-door body. It is equipped with
demountable rims, presto starter, lights,
top, windshield, etc. Mr. Yonge ex expects
pects expects to "do some business" with this
car.

Evensong and sermon 8 p. m.
Holy Eucharist 7 a. m. daily except
Thursday. 7 a. m.
Evensong Wednesday and Friday at
7:30 p. m., other days at 5:30 p. m.
Monday Guild of St. Margaret at
Mrs. Gamsbys, Altar Guild at Mrs.
Schreiber's.
Wednesday P.rotherhood of St. An Andrew
drew Andrew after evensong.

i- r:.iay eiKur pr.u-tu-e atter evensong.
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Christian
(W. II. Coleman, Minister.)
10 a. m. Sunday School.
1 1 a. m. The church will join the
other churches in baccalaureate ser services
vices services at the Methodist church.
7::;0 p. m. Sermon. "The New Dirth,
its Cause and Effect."
Everybody welcome.
Junior C. E. Program

Topic, "Why and How to
Christ."
Lesson II. Tim. 2:1-13.
Elizabeth Cowdrick, leader.
Song.
Prayer.
Reading of lesson.
Lt'sson explanation.

Lesson story read

names begin with C.
Mission stories for May 12 and

i .s i a ? -. Mi 1.

read by those whose names begin with unuay ine regular irip win ue maae

Please

by all whose

WEATHER FORECAST
Fair except showers tonight or-Sun-

iday on east coast and in extreme south
portion, warmer tonight except north

west portion.
A GOOD EXAMPLE
Mrs. C. L. P.rooks worked faithfully
for the flood sufferers, and as a result
at least 350 pounds of goods were
shipped. Mrs. Brooks, and her assist assistants
ants assistants are deserving of much praise.
Inverness Chronicle.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Merchants' Cafe, A. C. L. depot cor corner.
ner. corner. Meals a la carte and lunches at
any hour.
NOTICE

The City of Ocala will not make its
regular excursion Tun tomorrow, hav-

iq ling been chartered for the day. Next

1 1) E A L E NTE RT A 1 N M E N T

Don't forget the Ideal this evening.
It will be right on deck with three
good subjects and an evening full of
first-rate music.

MATINEE AT THE IDEAL
Hereafter the daily afternoon mat matinee
inee matinee at the Ideal Theater will com commence
mence commence at 3:45 and the doors will be
open at 3:30. Three full reels will be
run at each matinee. General admis admission
sion admission 5 cents to afternoon performances.

Mr. Richard Dodge will occupy the

'pulpit at the Presbyterian church at

the evening service tomorrow.

ANNOUNCEMENT
Effective May 1st and Continuing- Until November
! Witor lid

Jacksonville, Florida
, WILL BE OPERATED ON THE
EUROPEAN PLAN (Exclusively)
Finest Cafe in the State in Connection
SUMMER RATES
Rooms Without Bath, $1.00 per Dy.and Up
Rooms With Bath - 2.00 per Day and Up
T. M. WILSON, Proprietor and Manager

We guarantee to teaen you now to
use your Kodak. Bring your films to
the Ocala Photo Co.

The Star regrets to learn of the
serious illness of Mrs. Tom Pierce of
Fort McCoy.

FOR SALE STwo one-horse wagons
for sale. Apply to 31 North 3rd street
west.

Mr. Chas. L. Bethege, representing
the Syracuse Smelting Works' of New
York, was in town yesterday calling
on the printing offices.

C. J. PHILLIPS
Contractor and Builder
Plans and specifications FurnlNliHl
Upon Request.
129 South Third Street
OCALA PLO'llDA
W. C. BLANCH ARD
CONTRACTOR NU BUILDER
PLANS FUKNISIllSi'
ON APPLICATION

OPEX DAY AXD NIGHT

FOR RENT Four room fiat; also,
cottage of seven rooms, electric lights
and bath; near primary school. Mrs.
R. D. Fuller.

Messrs. L. M. Murray and L. R.
Power, two of our enterprising travel
ing men, are home to spend Sunday
with their families at the Arms House.

Its a great compliment to have a
baby named for you. but it is well to
be wise about fishing for that as well
as any other compliment. One of our
friends met, some weeks ago, a newly
married lady whom he had always
been friendly with, and noted that she
was toting a very pretty baby girl.
After the usual felicitations, he asked

what was the baby's name. The fond
mother replied that the kid hadn't
been named yet. "Let me name her,"
said our friend, "and I'll buy a buggy
for her." The proud young mother
gladly made the agreement, received
the name of Ida May for her offspring,
and, the next day, went to the furni furniture
ture furniture store to obtain the buggy. Of
course she told the whys and where

fores of the matter to the clerks, and,
of course, they being an unscrupulous
bunch of young rascals, put up a job
on her and the donor of the buggy. She
picked out a modest little equipage,
but the guileful clerks told her that
the gentleman had already been in and
selected a vehicle. So they put the
kid in a thirty-dollar buggy, which
she happily pushed home. Her friend
was a game sport, so he paid the bill,
but he can't help telling the story with
some laughs at himself and a warning
against the duplicity of furniture
clerks.

A or B.
Missionary quiz Mildred Keller.
All commit II. Tim 2:1.
Roll call.
M izpah.

as usual.

AHt DOME THIS EVEXIXO

Following is the Air Dome program
for this evening:
"Mrs. Mathews, Dressmaker."
"Fine Feathers."
"Fickle Women."
"Hands Across the Sea" last night
was an extra fine subject and was
much enjoyed by many.

FOR SALE CHEAP

L. F. BLALOGK
DENTAL SURGEON
Office Over Commercial Bank
OCALA FLORIDA
Office Hour. 8 to 12 a. ra. 1 to S
n. m. Phone 211.
TERMS. CASH.

FULLER & AYER
DENTAL SURGEONS
Itice over Munroe Chambliss Bk.
OCALA FLORIDA
TERMS. CASH.
J.E.CHAGE
DENTAL SURGEON
Rooms 9, lO and 11. Second Floor,
Holder Block.
OCALA - : FLORIDA
TERMS. CASH
F: E. McCLANE

Merchants' Cafe, A. C. L. depot cor

ner. Meals a la carte and lunches at j Drug Store.

any hour.

Rexall Cold Tablets do the work.
Can give you the formula if you like.
25c. the package at the Post Office

Messrs. J. C. Marsh of Fort McCoy,

Mrs. A. J. Turner is in Ocala this F- M- Harp of Eureka and Geo. IT. Dorr

week enjoying the pleasure of a visit jof Dunnellon were at the Ocala House
with her sister, Mrs. W. K. Zewadski. last night.

Dunnellon Advocate.

Mr. and Mrs. Z. C. Chambliss .went
to the lake this afternoon.

One of our railroad friends Is
sprouting a fine set of side-whiskers.
He doesn't like side-whiskers, but
when lie went after his regular week weekly
ly weekly shave last Saturday night, he had
only a dime, and the barber refused to
mow the alfalfa any higher than his

EASTEUX ST A K MEETIXG
i
Friday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock the
Ocala chapter Xo. 2'J, O. E. S. met at
Yonge's Hall with a good attendance.
Several applications were accepted for
initiation to take place next meeting,
June 7th, 7:30 p. m. After close of the
chapter, grape ice and cake were serv served
ed served by Mrs. I'.radford Webb, Mrs. B. H.
Norris. Mrs. Lewis Yonce and Miss
Florida Condon.

Mr. W. V. Newsom, Jr., is resting
easier today and his temperature is
not quite so high, symptoms which
are for the better, but he is yet very
low.

There were two carloads of water watermelons
melons watermelons shipped from Ocala this morn morning
ing morning over the A. C. L. Railway. One car
was sent by I. D. Klackweil and the
other by J. C. Lee.

Mrs. C. J. Phillips and Mr. DeWitt
Haley returned yesterday from Miami
ami other points of interest, includ including
ing including a trip to the Everglades, which
was greatly enjoyed."

Miss Mary Phillips
high school graduates
show party last night.

entertained the
with a picture

Mr. D. E. Mclver o this city was
elected second vice president of the
Florida Funeral Directors and Era Era-balmers
balmers Era-balmers Association, which has just
concluded its session in Jacksonville.
Mr. Mclver was also elected the dele

gate to tne national convention ai

Chattanooga, and was elected a mem member
ber member of the legislative committee.

Two six-foot crosscut saws, one com complete
plete complete set, 31 books. Encyclopedia Brit Brit-tanica.
tanica. Brit-tanica. Remington typewriter, repeat repeating
ing repeating shotgun, spring wagon, good top
buggy, one set each of buggy and
wagon harness, one good all around
brown mare, good condition, one 12 12-inch
inch 12-inch Oliver plow, one one-horse culti cultivator,
vator, cultivator, one double half sweep, one turn turning
ing turning lathe, two 120-egg Old Trusty in incubators,
cubators, incubators, one 50-egg Cych hatcher,
good, quick Meal range, 18 one-year-

old hens in good laying condition, (

good iron safe suitable for small office
or residence, good upright piano. As
the owner is preparing to leave the
above will be sold cheap for cash. For
further particulars address Box 219,
Ocala, Fla. 3-18-6t

Physician and Surgeon
eneral Practice Calls Made Prompt Promptly,
ly, Promptly, Might or "Pay.
Special Attention to Obstetrics. Dl
eases of Women and Children.
fflce Rooms 1, d 3, i, 5 and 6, Holder
Bu lid Ing. Second Floor. Phones.
Office No. 333: Residence No. 333

Holeproof hosiery at Fishel's.
Miss Sarah Verdery of Jacksonville,
who has been on a visit in South Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, stopped in Ocala on her way home
today, and will visit her Ocala friends
for a few days.

Dauglas shoes at Fishel's.
Mr. Geo. F. Miles of the government
experiment service has returned from
a tour of the country.

Fruit jars at Fishel's.

Mr. D. A. Clark of Martel, who has
recently returned from Hot Springs,
much improved in health, was in town
today. He will leave tonight for At Atlanta,
lanta, Atlanta, to attend the graduating exer exercises
cises exercises at Cox College, of which his
daughter. Miss Mae, is a student, and
after accompanying the young lady to
join the rest of the family in South
Carolina, will return to Florida.

Eadies dresses at Fishel's.
Miss Lillian Ormond. the clever and
charming young lady, who has been
filling a position in the public school
office here for some months, left today
to take a position with a legal firm in
Gainesville.

Men's and boy's suits at Fishel's.

Our entire community was shocked

fheekhnni. I Fa hones to h.lVH 1

rents tonight, but fears that the burn- Wednesday by the untimely death of

sides have grown so vigorously that

Miss Lois and Eunice Ellis left for
Atlanta today.

P. O. BOX 4tt

OCALA. FLA

FELT BAD
ALL THE TIME
Shellhorn Lady Suffered a Great
Deal, But Is All Right Now.
Shellhorn, Ala. In a letter from this
place, Mrs. Carrie May says: "A short
time ago, I commenced to have weak
spells and headaches. I felt bad all
the time, and soon grew so bad I
couldn't stay up. I thought I would die.
At last my husband got me a bottle
of Cardui, and it helped me; so he got
some more. After I had taken tha
second bottle, I was entirely well.
I wish every lady, suffering from
womanly trouble, would try CarduL
It Is the best medicine I know of. It
did me more good than anything I erer
used.
Cafdul is a woman's tonic a
strengthening medicine for women,
made from Ingredients that act spe specifically
cifically specifically on the womanly organs, and
thus help to build up the womanly cor
stitution to glowing good health.
As a remedy for woman's Ills, it has
a tuccessful record of over 50 years.

Your druggist sells it Please try 1L

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. H. McClymonds, 32 South Fourth
street. Ocala, Fla.
-
Mr. J. K. Christian, a leading citizen
of Mcintosh and a senior member of
the firm of Christian & Gamble Co., of
this place, was a visitor to the city
Thursday. Dunnellon Advocate.

Are you interested In paper rtau
cooking? If so come to us for your

the tonsorial artist will charge him a
quarter.

Mr. T. A. Carroll, representing the

supply of the bags. 25c the pckage. j American Fertilizer Company of Jack-

Post Office Drug Store

Can furnish from one setting to one
thousand pure bred Rhode Island Red
eggs for hatching at $10 per hundred.
Ed Carmiehael, Ocala.

The monthly social of the Ladies'
Aid Society of the Presbyterian church
will be held Monday afternoon, from 4
to S o'clock, at the home of Mrs. G. S.

! Scott. The friends of the church are

Parker Lucky Curve Fountain Pens, invited to meet with the ladies.

in any style or shape. A large assort assortment
ment assortment to select from at the Court Pharmacy.

sonville, was at the Colonial last night.
Mr. Carroll was a resident of cala
from 1S70 to 187.1. during which time
he was an employe of E. W. Asrnew's
store, then the biggest mercantile es es-etablishmen:
etablishmen: es-etablishmen: in the county. He nver
has lost interest in Ocala and notes
with approval the improvements evi evident
dent evident at each of his successive visits.

Mrs. J. IT. Koon. which occurred tnat

morning. Besides a mother and father
she leaves a husband and several small
children and innumerable warm
friends to mourn her sudden demise.
Dunnellon Advocate.

Miss Viola Dawson of Jacksonville is
visiting her cousin, Mrs. J. M. Gra,ham.

Prof, and Mrs. George Looney and
Captain Bridges went fishing in Silver
Springs run this morning and caught a
string of fish almost as long as Captain
Tom.

R. E. Lansford, the energetic and
genial piano man of Ocala, was among
the many visitors to the city Wednes Wednesday.
day. Wednesday. Dunnellon Advocate.

LOST Somewnere on orange avenue
and 8th street, corner Watula and 6th
streets, a pocketbook containing valua valuable
ble valuable receipts and a ten-dollar bill.
Finder please leave same at this office
and receive reward.

ECONOMY FRUIT JARS

THE CARX-THOM AS STORE HAS

There is a blood-red beet, perfect in ;

shape and luscious in looks, at the
Commercial P.ank that will weigh full
three pounds. It was grown by Mr. W.
M. King of Ocala. and the stimulus the
vegetable had was Superior Fertilizer,
manufactured by the O.-ala Fertilizer
Company.

Mrs. G. W. Martin and her little
grandson Donald are home from Tam Tampa.
pa. Tampa. whre Mrs. Martin has been nurs nursing
ing nursing her sick daughter. Mrs. Wilson, for
almo-t three months. The little boy

has improve.! greatly since

Children's dresses at Fishel's.
John Durant. a colored man. died
this morning of apoplexy. The remains
were prepared for shipment to Elliott,
S. C, this afternoon by V. B. Keller it-Company.

W. S. MILLER, M, D.

PHYSICIAN AXD SURGEON
Special Equipment for Treatlar Nmc,
. Throat, Lddk and Skin' Dlaeaaea
Office hours 1 to 4 p. m. Phones:
Office. 444; Residence, 445. Over Mun Munroe
roe Munroe & Clambliss Bank. Ocala. Fla.

Hit. J. T. SHAW. VKTKIUNA1UAN
Graduate of the United States Col Col-lege
lege Col-lege of Veterinary Surceonn,
WASHINGTON. D. L.
rated at tfee Jonm nonpltal on Swath
Flrat Street. Weat
OCALA, FLORID"..
4llCalls Promptly Answered.

M'lVER & MAG KAY
Funeral Directors
Undertakers and Erabalmcrg
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
D. E. M'lVER, Funral Director
U Work Dcce by Licensed TCm TCm-balniers
balniers TCm-balniers and Fullr fiuaranteed.
Phones: D. E. Mclver. 104: Bam
p- es. 380; Undertaking Office. 47.
' . s

FOR SALE Four nundred and fifty
bushels seed peanuts at one dollar per
bushel. Apply Howell & Grlg-gs. Oak,
Fla.

Summer suits at Fishel's.
$2500 to loan on Al real estate se security
curity security at 8 per cent interest. Address,
P. O. Box 583, city. 5-lo-6t

Dauglas shoes at Fishel's.

Rev T. J. Nixon. prf-sidinEr lder of

reaching j tvie Methodist church, preached a fine

Mrs. Marshall McDavid and smart
little son, Harry, who have been the
gruests of Mrs. McDavid's mother. Mrs.
Juiia McCredie. for the past ten days,
returned ro their home in Archer to-

When in Jacksonville stop with Mrs.
E. L. Maloney. at the Girard. No, 11
East Duval street, just off Main. Best
75c. room In the city.

Messrs. Kirkland and Stripling of
Ocala were here yesterday, and the
latter favored us with a call. Inver Inverness
ness Inverness Chronicle.

J. M. Howell, a popular druggist of
Greensburg. Ky., says. "We use Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in our own
household and know it Is, excellent."
For sale by all dealers.

I

Dr." Reaves has purchased a new

Oakland car right from the factory,
and when it arrives, other automobile
owners might as well take a back
seat- for the doctor is determined to

ttt -TV ,m r r-v... I become strictly "it." Inverness Chron-
N. B, Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dept.. CharU-

in stock the famous Economy Fruit
Jars in pints, quarts and half-gallon

sizes, lhis jar seals itself automat- day.
ically by the heat of the boiled fruit j
or vegetables to be canned has no j Mrs. U R. Newman, who has been the
rubber band to deteriorate and allow j -uet "f Mrss- G- T- auch"i for ?ome
the fruit to spoil is simple, durable da- returned io her home m Jackson-
and economical, as its name implies, ''e l0'i;j
The company absolutely guarantees! The rari jury najS adjourne.j un,n
the contents of the jar, if put up in 'Monday.

Ocala. Mr. and Mrs. Martin are in ?ermon jn the Methodist church Sunday

niaht. He had a large congregation.
He administered the sacrament service
just after the sermon. Rev. Nixon left
for his home in Ocala Monday morn morning.
ing. morning. Brooksville Argus.

hopes that Mrs. Wilson will be able to
come to Ocala next week and fully re recover
cover recover her health in her old home.

to never

to

for carrying con-

"rammell.

Svetial I icle

or Wnmb," seat la pUua wrapper, oa requas

Holeproof hosiery at Fishel's.

accordance with directions.

crviii TVn rtrvoSno-c in v, ,vi.-., Deiutv Sheriff Rrisance wen

. , i Dunnellon this morning and arrested

are large aim easn iiuea or .,,
Jim Alien, v-tjiure
emptied. jcealed weapons.

Call at the store and see the jarsj
and bnTi- tViov aro coi loil anH era t n I Mr. K. R

, . . , gir.eer who nol i- tne lever on Minrj

uuuMtt iruuiaiuiug uiauv aiuaoie
(jim. ;s an uncie of Governor-a
household receipts. Price of jars ; a-ele : Park Trammel!.
as follows:
(

Pints, per dozen Sl.OO

Quarts, per dozen
Half-Gallons, per dozen. . 1.50

veteran en-

rood-

C&Rtl-THOMS GO.
SUCCESSOR TO BAXTER CARX

Mr. R G. Neil,
if Lnvc!!. was
oa! wit'

a progressive

town today on
A. M. Lansford

farmer

Mr L. D.

:tai

of Tampa wa

sh a k i n :
today.

h nds

:h his ocala

:er.'

Mr. W. Miller, the your.:
has returned from Palatka

;rve

vor.l

Do Ym RIeei
! MdDiey ?

Then buy your Shoes and
Hosiery from this date to
July 15th at
LITTLE S SHOE PARLOR
and get a discount of
10 PER CENT
on every purchase
Spot Cash, Remember
Ve do not know how to keep
books.

LITTLE'S SHOE

PRIME I1EKF.

Durritt Stile-, one of Interlachen's
pioneer citizens and an old federal sol soldier,
dier, soldier, passed away last week, after a
protracted illness, and was laid to rest
in the Interlachen cemetery Thursday
morning. Palatka News.

Miss Cora Griffin returned today at
noon from Tampa, where she has been
visiting her brother. Mr. J. A. Griffin,
who is cash-ier of one of the leading
banks of that city. he will leave in a
fow days for her home at Anthony,
near Ocala, where she will spend the
summer with her parents. Lakeland
Telesram.

The aboue phrase is very often mis misused
used misused but HERE you will find that our
MeakN and Itoanta
are in perfect keeping with what your
conception of prime beef is.
What is more, you will find this mar market
ket market a splendid example of genuine
cleanliness while our service Is every everything
thing everything that is to be desired.
Reasonable prices. Phone 108.
EDWARDS MARKET

W. II. MARSH, Proprietor.

Winsten Bros, of Ocala, contractors
for the nt-w brick block of W. K. Mc McClelland,
Clelland, McClelland, are putting: in their solid
cement foundations and grettin? things
ready for aggressive work. Eustis

i Lake Region.

PARLOR

Mr. and Mrs. G. Leitner Abbott and
Mr. and Mrs. Linton Daniel, of Dun Dunnellon.
nellon. Dunnellon. came in Saturday evening and
immediately left for Spring1 Lake,
where they went to be at the bedside
of their kinsman. Mr. Nathan Daniel,
who was quite ill. Brooksville Argua.

TRY JACKSONVILLE'S POPULAR
Hotel Asttor
Cor. Bay and Hogan Sts.
Jacksonville, Florida
All modern improvements,

verv central location, coolest
room in city. Fine sample
rooms.
Rates: f 1.00 $1.50 and $2.00
with bath.
Astor Investment Co.,
Proprietors.
A. B. Vance, President.



OCJLLA EVEST5G STAR, SATURDAY, SUV 18, 1012

f

Not being in time for the first pri primary,
mary, primary, I have come to the conclusion (at
the earnest solicitation of my friends)
to become a candidate from now on to
furnish the people of the Fifth Judicial
Circuit with everything in the line of
Whiskies, Wines and Beers 'and refer you
to my past record as to my efficiency in
office.
My public records shall always be
open for your inspection and my deputies.
i
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 m the order.
Respectfully submitted,
MAURICE STRAUSS,
Manager.

Ocala,
1TDOOF
ft

You ought to realize by this time that it is more important
to paint the roof than any other part of the building.
Not only does it add just as much to the appearance, but
the roof is exposed to the weather more than any other part.
In addition to this, the roof has more to do with the protection
of the building and the contents than all the other parts.
Our roof paints penetrate the wood and make it impervious
to 'moisture, thus the roof not only lasts a great deal longer but
affords much better protection while it does last.
IMaupioo MapdLvaiire Co.
OCALA. FLORIDA.

IMfljAMS
1

any purpose desired. Each animal is
guaranteed to be just as represented
and the prices to be as low as can be
had anywhere in the country. Call and
see the mules while you have a large
number to select from.
HUGH J- MCHOLS
50 West Exposition St. OCALA, FLORIDA

Florida

M HUES
I have at my lot
on West Exposition
Street, a large num number
ber number of mules, rang ranging
ing ranging in price from
$50 up per head.
There is in this
drove something to
suit any person for

The Wreck
of the
Titan
By Morgan Robertson

Copyright, 1536, by M. F. Mansfield.
Copyright. 1312, by Morgan Rob Robertson.
ertson. Robertson. All rights reserved.
un tne motmiijr ronawing ine arrest
of John Rowland three reporters, sent
by three such editors, attended a h.ill
of justice presided over by one of the
late rising magistrates mentioned
above. In the anteroom of this court,
ragged, disfigured by his clubbing and
disheveled by his night in a cell, stood
Rowland, with other unfortunates more
or less guilty of offense against society.
When his name was called he was
hustled through a door, along a line of
policemen each of whom added to his
own usefulness by giving him a shove shove-mid
mid shove-mid Into the dock, where the stern
faced and tired looking magistrate
glared at him. Seated in a corner of
the courtroom were the old gentleman
of the day before, the young mother
with little Myra in her lap and a num number
ber number of other ladies, all excited in de demeanor
meanor demeanor and all but the young mother
directing venomous glances at Row Rowland.
land. Rowland. Mrs. Selfridge, pale and hollow eyed.
but happy faced withal, allowed no
wandering glance to rest on him.
The officer who had arrested Row
land was sworn and testified that he
had stopped the prisoner on Broadway
while making off with the child, whose
rich clothing had attracted his atten
tion. Disdainful sniffs were heard in
the corner with muttered remarks:
"Rich indeed! The idea! the flimsiest
prints!" Mr. Gaunt, the prosecuting
witness, was called to testify about the
incident.
"This man. your honor," he began
excitedly, "was once a gentleman and
a frequent guest at my house. He
asked for the hand of my daughter
and as his request was not granted
threatened revenge. Yes, sir. And out
on the broad Atlantic, where he had
followed my daughter in the guise of
a sailor, he attempted to murder that
child, my grandchild, but was discov
ered"
"Wait." interrupted the magistrate.
"Confine your testimony to the pres present
ent present offense."
"Yes, your honor. Failing in this, he
stole or enticed the little one from its
bed, and In less than five minutes the
ship was wrecked, and he must have
escaped with the child in"
"Were you a witness of this?"
"I was not there, your honor, but we
have It on the word of the first officer,
a gentleman"
"Step -down, sir. That will do. Of
fleer, was this offense committed in
New York?"
"Yes, jour honor. I caught him me me-self."
self." me-self." "Who did he steal the child from?"
"That leddy over yonder."
"Madam, will you take the stand?"
With her child In her arms, Mrs
Selfridge was sworn and in a low.
quavering voice repeated what her fa father
ther father had said. Being a woman, she
was allowed by the woman-wise mag
"Madam, this man has merely saved
your child's life."
istrate to tell her story in her own
way.
When she spoke of the attempted
murder at the taffrail her manner
became excited. Then she told of the
captain's promise to put the man in
irons on her agreeing to testify against
him; of the consequent decrease in her
watchfulness and her missing the child
just before the shipwreck; of her res rescue
cue rescue by the gallant rirt ollker and his
assertion that he had s.-en her child
in the arms of this man. the only man
on earth who would harm it; of the
later news that a boat containing sail sailors
ors sailors anil children had been picked up
by a Mediterranean steamer; of the de detectives
tectives detectives sent over and their report that
a sailor answering this man's descrip description
tion description had refused to surrender a child
to the consul at Gibraltar and had dis disappeared
appeared disappeared with it; of her joy at the
news that Myra was alive and despair
of ever seeing her again until she had
met her in this man's arms on Broad Broadway
way Broadway the day before.
At this point in her narrative
outraged maternity overcame her.
With cheeks flushed and eyes blazing
scorn and anger, she pointed at Row Rowland
land Rowland and all but screamed, "And he
has mutilated, tortured my baby!
There are deep wounds in her little
back, and the doctor said only last
night that they were made by a sharp
instrument
"And, judge, this man must have tried
to warp and twist the mind of my
child or put her through frightful ex experiences,
periences, experiences, for he has taught her to
swear horribly, and last night at bed-

time, wnen I toia tier tne story oi
Ellsha and the bears and the children,
she burst out into the most uncontrol uncontrollable
lable uncontrollable screaming and sobbing."
Here her testimony ended in a break breakdown
down breakdown of hysterics, between sobs of
which were frequent admonitions to
the child not to say that bad word,
for Myra had caught sight of Row Rowland
land Rowland and was calling his nickname.
"What shipwreck was this where
ws it;" asked t he puzzled magistrate
of iiuliudy in put tit ular.
'The Titan." talied out half a dozen
new iajier liieii across the room.
"The Tit;iu." repeated the magis magistrate.
trate. magistrate. "Then his oi'ieuse was cotnLuit cotnLuit-ted
ted cotnLuit-ted ..n the hiirh seas under the Euiislj
tia I v.:w.. t imagine u h i; h
brought ii.; this court, i'risouer. have
you ::iiy Lin.; tit say ?'
'"Noth.n-, ytur honor." The answer
came in a kind of dry sob.
The magnate scanned the ashen
fi:ctd man in i;i;'s and said t- the cietii
of Jlie rouii. "t'hane this charge u,
!lI:-n-.. eh"-
Ti.e c;'!l.. instigated by the neuspa
per i::en. u: s at his elbow He laid a
lUuMiini paper before him. pointed to
certain by; ie.teis and retired. Then
the business of the court suspended
while ti e oi-rt read the-news. Alter
h moment r two the magistrate look
ed up
"Prisoner." he said sharply; "take
your left sleeve out of your breast."
Rowland obeyed mechanically, and it
dangled at his side The magistrate
noticed and reiid on. Then he folded
the paper and said:
"You are the man who was rescued
from an iceberg, are you notr" The
prisoner bowed his head.
"Discharged:" The word came forth
in an unjudicial roar. "Madam." add

ed the magistrate, with a kindling light
in his eye. "this man has merely saved
your child's life. If you will read ot
his defending it from a polar bear
when you go home, I doubt that you
will tell it any more bear stories
Sharp intrument umph!" Which was
equally unjudicial on the part of the
court.
Mrs. Selfridge, with a mystified and
rather aggrieved expression of face,
left the courtroom with !ier indignant
father and friends, while Myra shout shouted
ed shouted profanely for Rowland, who had
fallen into the hands of the reporters.
They would have entertained him aft after
er after the manner of the craft, but he
would not be entertained, neither
would he talk.
He escaped and was very speedih
swallowed up in the world without.
j and when the evening papers appeared
that day the events of the trial were
all that could be added to the story
of the morning.
On the morning of the next day a
one armed dock lounger found an old
fishhook and some pieces of string,
whfcii he knotted together; -then he
dug some bait and caught a fish. Be Being
ing Being hungry and without fire, he traded
with a coaster's cook for a meal, and
before night caught two more, one of
which he traded, the other sold. He
slept under the docks paying no rent rent-fished,
fished, rent-fished, traded and sold for a month:
then paid for a secondhand suit of
clothes and the services of a barber
I lis changed appearance induced a
boss stevedore to hire him tallying
cargo, which was more lucrative than
fishing, and furnished in time a hat.
pair of shoes and an overcoat. He
then rented a room and slept In a bed
Refore long he found employment ad
dressing envelopes for a mailing firm,
at which his fine and rapid penman
ship secured him steady work, and in
a few months he asked his employers
to Indorse his application for a civil
service examination. The favor was
granted, the examination easily pass passed,
ed, passed, and he addressed envelopes while
he waited.
Meanwhile Rowland purchased new
and better clothing and seemed to
have no difficulty in impressing those
whom he met with the fact that he
was a gentleman. Two years from the
time of his examination he was ap appointed
pointed appointed to a lucrative position under
the government and as he seated him himself
self himself at the desk in his office could
have been heard to remark: "Now,
John Rowland, your future is your
own. You have merely suffered in
the past from a mistaken estimate of
the importance of women and whisky.''
But he was wrong, for in six months
he received a letter which in part read
as follows:
Do not think me indifferent or ungrate ungrateful.
ful. ungrateful. I have watched from a distance
while you made your wonderful fight for
your old standards. You have won, and I
am glad, and I congratulate you. But
Myra will not let me rest. She asks for
you continually and cries at times. I can
bear It no longer. Will you not come and
see Myra?
And the man went to see Myra.
THE END.
IF YOU KNEW
The merits of Hall's Texas "Wonder you
would never suffer from kidney, blad bladder
der bladder or rheumatic troubles. A dollar
bottle is sixty days treatment. Seldom
one bottle fails to cure. Send for tes testimonials.
timonials. testimonials. Dr. E. W. Hall. 2926 Olive
St., St. Louis. Mo. Sold by all druggists.
TVPK FOR HMU1IT METAL,
The Star office has for sale a limit limited
ed limited quantity of old type, which is one
of the finest metals for babbit in the
marker. The price is 10 cents a pound.
For soreness of rhe 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.
Folsy Kidney Pills
TONIC IN ACTION QUICK IN RESULTS
Give prompt relief from BACKACHE,
KIDNEY and BLADDER TROUBLE,
i RHEUMATISM, CONGESTION of the
j KIDNEYS, INFLAMMATION of the
j BLADDER and ail annoying URINARY
I IRREGULARITIES. A positive boon to
;MIDDLE AGED and ELDERLY
' PEOPLE and for WOMEN.
HAVE HIGHEST RECOMMENDATION
B. A. Davis, Washimrton St.. Cocnersril'e,
led., is in his S5ih year. Hewrirrsns: "I have
lately suJered c.ncn from my kidue'. s and blad bladder
der bladder I had serer backaches aud my kidney action
m-as to tre jr.eat-, cansm? tne to lose mach siep
at night, and in my bi&Hder there was constant
pain. I took Foley Kidney Pills for sntne tim",
a:-d am noxv fre cf ail trouble and R?aia abie to
be ap and around. Foley Kiciaey Puis ha Ye mj
Lihast receauceadatioa."
Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drugator

(IT MAY

but start today buying a HOME OF YOUR OWN.
No money, you say?
Never mind that we Will loan you the
money at 5 per cent, and you can pay us back
just as you now are paying rent6nly you will
feel more like paying out your money in this
manner because you know that every penny of
it is going towards paying for this home of your
own.
On a Thousand Dollar Loan, the payments if equated would amount to
$10 48 per month and this amount covers both PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST.
With a saving of 35 cents a day you can pay back a Thousand Dollar loan.
Why pay rent? Why pay a much higher rate of interest on a note or mort mortgage
gage mortgage elsewhere ?
Get yourself out of the rent paying class into the properly owner class
Be independent.
Our literature explains the plan fully, it is free for the asking, write TODAY

TAMPA.
J. M. MEFFERT, President.
J. K. CHRISTIAN, Vice President

OCALA FERTILIZER

We Manufacture a Superior Fertil Fertilizer
izer Fertilizer for
WATERMELONS CANTALOUPES
TOMATOES STRAWBERRIES
COTTON FLOWERS
BEANS CORN CANE
POTATOES . TURNIPS
. .LAWNS, SHRUBBERY, ETC.
ORANGE TREES GRAPE VINES
XOTICB
Notice is hereby given that bids will
be received by the board of county
commissioners at their meeting on the
4th day of June, for one or more four four-yard
yard four-yard dump carts, and one gasoline en engine,
gine, engine, specifications to be furnished by
Commissioner C. Carmichael, Ocala,
Fla. S. T. Slstrunk, Clerk.
A XOTED DOCTOR SAYS,
Everyone should use some little anti antiseptic
septic antiseptic powder in the shoes. Confining
the feet in shoes, is in itself unnatural
and causes a moist or smarting condi condition.
tion. condition. People of refinement now use
daily Allen's Foot Ease, the antiseptic
powder to be shaken into the shoes, and
would as soon go without a dentifrice
as without the use of Allen's Foot
Ease. (1)
Hang to It.
Ail men have wandering itu: uises.
fits and starts of generosity But
when you have resolved to be great
abide by yourself and" do not weakly
try to reconcile yourself with the
world. Emerson
Is there anything In all this world
that is of more importance to you than
good digestion? Food must be eaten
to sdiain life and must be digested
and converted into blood. When the
digestion fails the whole body suffers.
Chamberlain's Tablets are a rational
and reliable cure for indigestion. They
increase the flow of bile, purify the
blood, strengthen the stomach, and
tone up the whole digestive apparatus
to a laturul an.1, healthy action For
sale by all deiie's
All traffic was stopped on Front
street near the depot at Belleview, a
jfew days ago by five automobiles and
(six motorcycles coming together there
I at one time. Nobody hurt and all went
! away happy. They hal been eating
'some of that good Ice cream at "The
joasis." Get the habit.
Mrs. J. II. Tinley. Waynesboro, Ga.,
i suffered for years with rheumatism
and kidney and bladder trouble. "I
have taken several different kinda of
j medicine but sot no relief until I took
'Foley Kidney Pills, which have cured
; me. I think them the best remedy
I for kidney and bladder trouble and for
rheumatism." Soli at The Anti-Monopoly
Druj Store.
After you have had a row and life
looks mighty blue, send her a box of
Norris candy and she'll again love
jyou. Get it at the Court Pharmacy.
! When your food does not digest well
:and you feel "blue," tired and discour discour-laared,
laared, discour-laared, you should use a little HERBINE
jat bedtime. It opens the bowels, puri puri-jfies
jfies puri-jfies the system and restores a fine feel feeling
ing feeling of health and energy. Frice 50c.
Soly by all druggists.

NEVER .COME)

HOME OFFICE, THIRD FLOOR, CURRY
: -PHONE 9S2

MANUFACTURERS OF
Fertilizers

'Superior"

GOODWIN'S ELECTRIC SHOE WORKS
Midway oi Next Block West of Old Stand
Fort King Ave.
Ocala, . Florida

Am
di

TO

South Georgia and West Florida
VIA
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
Monday, May 27, 1912
t
Tickets on sale, May 27, limited to June 3, 1912
ROUND TRIP FROM
OCALA
TO
Valdosta; Ga $4.00 Monticello, f la $4.50
Thomasville, Ga. 4.50 Bainbridfle, Ga 5.00
Boston. Ga. 4.50 .River Jet., Fla 5.00
TICKETS GOOD ON ALL TRAINS
For information, or reservation, call on
M. R. WILLIAMS, Ticket Agent, Ocala, Ha.
Y. R. BEAZLEY, T. P. A.. J. G. HI RK LAND, D. P. A.,
TAMPA. FLORIDA.

7
YOUR SHIP
TO
E
BUILDING.
FLORIDA.
V. D. CARX, Sec'y and Manager.
J. II. TAYLOR, Treasurer.
COMPANY
WE SELL ALL
FERTILIZER MATERIALS
AT LOWEST PRICES
rm mvrnn a wt
11 IMiMlH
mm mm m m aw
in bringing your sick soles
because Reeling is our Job.
To satisfy is our pleasure
Shoe Cleaning and Dressing
a specially.

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