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Oeneral I'rttcOte Calls Made Prompt Promptly,
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Office hours 1 to 4 p. m. Phones:
Office, 444; Residence, 445. Over Mun Mun-roe
roe Mun-roe & Clambliss Bank. Ocala. Fla.
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P. O. BOX 4
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(Formerly Smith & Roberts)
Funeral Directors and
Lady Assistant when required
Calls Answered Promptly Night
or Day, to AH Parts of City
Parlors Located Bark of Frank's
DAY PHONE, 10
NIGHT PflONE, 448
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llatflehlp Trtan Launched at Newport
Newport News. Va.. May 1ft. The
battleship Texas, greatest of the .super .super-dreadnoughts
dreadnoughts .super-dreadnoughts yet constructed for the
I'nited States navy, was successfully
With the launching of the Texas the
American navy counted as its proud
possession the biggest and the most
powerful battleship the world has ever
seen. Other nations are trying des desperately
perately desperately for the honor of owning the
greatest warship, but it will be months
after the Texas and her sister ship the
New York, which will be launched at
the New York navy yard in .July, have
taken the water before the monster
ships planned to outsize them and now
under construction in European ship shipyards
yards shipyards will be waterborne. The Texas
with all her stores aboard will displace
28,367 tons, or 1,000 tons more than the
great dreadnought Arkansas, now
about ready for commission. She is
573 feet long, I5 feet 22 inches beam,
so that she will have almost 15 feet
to spare in passing through the Pan Panama
ama Panama canal lock. Her draft will be 28
feet 6 inches and her speed 21 knots,
which would have been high speed for
a cruiser a few years ago.
EXAMINERS IN OPTOMETRY'
The Florida State Board of Examin Examiners
ers Examiners in Optometry will meet in annual
session at Jacksonville, Fla., on the
2'Jlh day of May, 1912, at 9 a. m. in the
Windsor hotel, for the purpose of elect electing
ing electing officers for the ensuing year, and
to transact other business brought
before it. Dr. D. M. Boney, Pres.
Dr. Otto C. Butterwick, Sec'y.
Ocala. Fla.. April 27, 1S12.
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
liable of all throat and lung medicines.
Every bottle guaranteed. 50c and $1.00.
Trial bottle free at Tydings & Co's.
NOTICE OF STATE
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.
THE 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
of fever. The appetite flies and the
strength fails: also malaria often
paves the way for deadly typhoid. But
Electric Bitters kill and cast out the
malaria germs from the blood; give
you a fine appetite and renew your
strength. "After long suffering,"
wrote Wm. Fretwell. of Lucama, N. C,
"three bottles drove all the malaria
from my system, and I've had good
health ever since." Best for all stom stomach,
ach, stomach, liver and kidney ills. 50 cts. at
Tydings & Co's.
FOR SALE, IMPORTED
SPANISH PEANUT SEED.
Blue ribbon winners at two succeed succeeding
ing succeeding fairs, and will mature two weeks
earlier than other varieties. Can be
planted as late as July 15th.
F. W. Ditto.
HELP A JL'DGE IN RAD FIX.
Justice Ell Cherry, of Gillis Mill3,
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, boils, ulcers, cuts, bruises and
piles. 25 cents at Tydings & Co's.
1912 model Maxwell runabout equip equipped
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
When your food does not digest well
and you feel "blue," tired and discour discouraged,
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at bedtime. It opens the bowels, puri purifies
fies purifies the system and restores a fine feel feeling
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Do not leave any standing water
about your yard, particularly rain wa water
ter water hundreds and thousands of mo mosquitoes
squitoes mosquitoes are the result.
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Sill II 1 SHOT
Detail of a Bloody and lyterlmi
Tragedy Which Took Place Sunday
Morning In Jacksonville
i Times-Union. May 19)
li. F. Snarkraan. mot or man No an
T. C. Smith, conductor No. 1. of tin tin-Jacksonville
Jacksonville tin-Jacksonville Traction Co.. were mur murdered
dered murdered last night at a f-v minutes after
12 o'clock about seventy-five yards
north of the terminus of the Fairfield
irnllv line, nnrner of Tallevand avenue
and Marshall street. One bullet pierc-
ed the heart of Sparkman, and no other I
marks were on the body. A shot ap-
parently from a pistol also entered the
head of Conductor Smith at a point
Just below his left eye. and he was
dead also beside the roadway when
found. Both have been in the employ
of the Jacksonville Traction Company
for upward of half a year. Sparkman
is married, and is survived by a wife.
Both have been up to a week rtgo em employed
ployed employed on the Highway line of the
street railway company. They have
been since that time on the Fairfield
The two bodies were found seventy seventy-fhre
fhre seventy-fhre yards from the car, which was at
a standstill. The first to discover the
gruesome affair was a party returning
from an automobile ride. The lights
of the auto fell on the two dead men a
short distance away.
The only explanation of the affair is
that the two men had trouble with
boisterous passengers, and made the
misjudgment to follow them out into
Talleyrand avenue for a personal en encounter.
counter. encounter. Here they were perhaps mur murdered.
dered. murdered. Tlie "controller" used by Smith
in handling the car was found beside
his body, as though he had carried it
along -as a weapon in an impending
The automobile party which appear appeared
ed appeared on the scene soon after the two men
were killed telephoned police head headquarters.
quarters. headquarters. The call officers. Policeman
W. J. Tipton, who is regularly on a
beat nearby, and several county officers
patrolled the entire neighborhood in
quick order, but without finding any
clew to the murderer or murderers.
Early this morning Dr. J. H. Pittman
made an examination of t lie bodies. He
found that one bullet had entered
Sparkman's head just behind the left
ear. and ranged through, coming out
through the right lower jaw. One
other bullet ranged through his body
Just below the shoulder blade and col collar
lar collar bone. This was also fired from tlie
rear. A bruise was also found over
his left eye.
The cause of Conductor Smith's death
was the one bullet which entered his
head just below the left eye. Both
were dead when Pr. Pittman arrived.
His examination was careful from the
standpoint of angles and interpreta interpretations
tions interpretations of physical conditions which may
be brought out at future hearings. It
is believed that Smith was behind
Sparkman and was shot, perhaps, to
avoid him aiding in a battle of any
sort. After he fell dead the gun is
supposed to have been focused in the
fraction of a second at Sparkman, the
first shot entering his back near the
shoulder blade and the last one thru
the back part of his head.
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re Reward
ward Reward for any case of catarrh that can cannot
not cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY & CO. .Toledo. O.
We, the undersigned have known F.
J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and
believe him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions, and financially
able to carry out any obligations made
by his firm.
WALDO, KINNAN & MARVIN,
Wholesale Druggists. Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken inter internally,
nally, internally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Testimonials sent free. Price, 75c. per
bottle. Sold by all druggists. Take
Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
FOR SALE CHEAP
Two six-foot crosscut saws, one com complete
plete complete set, 31 books. Encyclopedia I'rit I'rit-tanica,
tanica, I'rit-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. IS one-year-old
hens in good laying condition,
good iron safe suitable for small office
or residence, good upright piano. As
tlie owner is preparing to leave the
above will be 'sold cheap for cash,
further particulars address Box
Ocala, Fla. 5-l8-6t
Wash out old sores, festering wouds
and ulcers with DARBY'S PHOPHY PHOPHY-LACTIC
LACTIC PHOPHY-LACTIC FLUID. It is a wonderful dis disinfectant
infectant disinfectant and healing remedy. It heals
up running sores of long standing that
will not yield to an ordinary liniment,
because it destroys poisonous germs,
cleanses the sore of foul matter and
helps nature to repair the damaged
flesh. Price 50 cts. per bottle. Sold
by all druggists.
OPEN D VY AND NIGHT
Merchants' Cafe. A. C. L. depot cor corner.
ner. corner. Meals a la carte and lunches at
A child can't get strong and robust
while intestinal worms eat away its
vitality. To give the child a chance to
grow these parasites must be destroy destroyed
ed destroyed and expelled. WHITE'S CREAM
VERMIFUGE is guaranteed to remove
the worms: it also puts the vital or organs
gans organs in healthy, vigorous condition.
Price 25c per bottle. Sold by all drug druggists.
gists. druggists. When in Jacksonville stop with Mrs.
E. L Maloney. at the Girard. No. 11
East Duval street, just off Main. Best
TT-c. room in the city.
All traffic was stopped on Front
street near the depot at Belleview. a
few days ago by five automobiles and
six motorcycles coming together there
at one time. Nobody hurt and all went
away happy. They had been eating
some of that good ice cream at "The
Oasis." Get the habit.
BAKING II MAIL
The Munroe iv; Chambliss i
iBank of Ocala desires to par-1
iticularlv call your attention!
i to the advantages of Banking
, by Mail.
Deposits may be sent safely
by bank cheek, postofiice
rnOIlCV Order, CXpreSS mOIlCV
Ol'der Or CUrrCllcy
Ye solicit small accounts
as well as large ones, all re receiving
ceiving receiving the same careful and
MUNROE & CHAMBLISS
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Pilot; It El V E HEP I IS I. It AW
Of Florida Held n Convention in .iHc-k-NOiitille
mid Nominated a
Jacksonville. May 18. The progres progressive
sive progressive republicans of Florida met here in
state convention at noon today in re response
sponse response to a call issued by a republican
electors committee named at a mass
meeting of republicans held here April
This convention was attended by
delegates from -.u-h of the forty-eight
counties in tlie state and was harmon harmonious
ious harmonious throughout. It was unanimously
in favor of Col. Roosevelt for presi president,
dent, president, resolutions indorsing his can candidacy
didacy candidacy being adopted without a dis dissenting
senting dissenting vote, ami the delegates select selected
ed selected to the national convention to be
held in Chicago June 18 were instruct instructed
ed instructed to vote for Uoosevelt on every bal ballot
lot ballot so long as his name remained be before
fore before the convention.
Herbert I... Anderson, a well known
attorney of Jacksonville. was elected
national committeeman to contest for
that position with H. S. Chubb, named
at the republican convention held in
I'alatka February 6.
Resolutions were adopted condemn condemning
ing condemning the officeholders for betraying the
parly, and declaring the convention
held in I'alatka as irregular and not
representative of the party in this
William C. Hodges, an attorney of
Tallahassee, was nominated for gov governor.
ernor. governor. The six delegates to the Chicago con convention
vention convention from the state-at-large are:
Herbert R Anderson of Jacksonville:
Mark White. Pensacola: R. R. Robin Robinson,
son, Robinson, Jacksonville: J. H. Gregory, Jr.,
Key West; S. H. Hart, Jacksonville: J.
N'. Stripling. Jacksonville.
For soreness of the muscles whether
induced by violent exercise or injury,
Chamberlain's Liniment is excellent.
This liniment is also highly esteemed
for the relief it affords in cases of
rheumatism. Sold by all dealers.
When I i
The best place in the city
MUSIC EVERY EVENING ?
I from 6:00 to 7:30 $
Accurate tsulidlng Plans. Blue Print
Uid Specifications made. Lands Sur
rcyed and Platted. Close Estimates
Cade on Krection of Buildings of any
character by contract or on eommls
lion basis. vrue or consult me at
Northwest Corner Ocala House Block
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DONE USE HE
Well Known Miami Man Teatlflea to
the Harm Inflicted by Con gee da daman
man daman Clark on Florida
The following from the Miami Me- J
tropolis will be of interest to Marion j
county people, all the more so because
the Mr. Lummus referred to was
originally from Levy county and well
known to our people, and his brother, j
Mr. s. M. Lummus, is one of Ocala's
well known and respected citizens:
Mr. J. N. Lummus, who is now in Hot
Springs. Ark., where he went several
weeks ago for the benefit of his
health, is much interested in the race
for congressman in the second district,
and writes a letter back to Dade
county asking his friends to stand by
Samuel J. Hilburn for this office. In
his travels in the west he has had oc occasion
casion occasion to see the damage done Florida
by Mr. Clark in his wholesale de denunciation
nunciation denunciation of the real estate interests
of the state, and doesn't hesitate to
say so. Mr. Lummus Is the managing
director of one of Miami's leading
banking institutions, and has been a
resident of this section for many years
and is in a position to speak authorita authoritatively
tively authoritatively on what Is good and bad for
Florida. Tlie letter from Mr. Lummus
Hot Springs. Ark., May 11. 1D12.
To the Voters of Dade County: On
account of sickness I had to leave
home before the first primary and will
probably not get home to vote in the
I want to ask all of tlie voters to
consider well before casting their vote
for congressman from the second con congressional
gressional congressional district of Florida.
I have been in several states since
leaving home and you can hear in the
sleepers, hotels and most anywhere
you go outside of our state, comments
on the "lemon" that has been handed
us by our congressman, Frank Clark.
I have always. heretofore, been a
supporter of Mr. Clark, but I cannot
j conscientiously support him any more.
tie no nount started out wun tne
intention of showing up a few unrea unreasonable
sonable unreasonable real estate men, but he allow allowed
ed allowed himself to get angry and went too
far and sacrificed the people he repre represented
sented represented to get even with one or two of
his personal friends or enemies.
Mr. Clark could not in four years ex explain
plain explain and rectify tiie damage he has
already done to Florida.
Tlie criticism is not confined to Dade
and Palm Beach counties, nor in the
immediate drainage territory, but it is
Florida: We have had the "lemon"
handed us by Mr. Clark, our present
congressman, now it is up to us to
hand him one on the 28th day of May
while the opportunity confronts us.
I have known Mr. Samuel J. Hilburn
personally and intimately for the past
twenty years; he is an able lawyer, a
man of general ability and unques unquestionable
tionable unquestionable character, a man that will be
proud of the office and a man that we
can depend upon to be proud of as our
representative in Congress.
I want all of my friends in the sec second
ond second district to think well before cast casting
ing casting their vote on the 28th. People in
other states are using Frank Clark's
defense argument to stop the tide of
emigration to our state.
The above statements are facts as I
see them daily.
Yours very truly,
J. N. Lummus.
Weirsdale. May 16. Mrs. Whiting
has returned to her home in Massa Massachusetts
chusetts Massachusetts after a pleasant visit here to
her daughter. Mrs. S. A. Buckley.
Mrs. Bickley and daughter. Miss
Gertrude, left last Thursday for Bal Balsam,
sam, Balsam, N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Bickley, Mr. and
Mrs E. Schratzler, Miss Florence
Schnitzler and Miss Louis Schmidth
have returned to their summer home
in New Jersey.
Mr. E. C. Bryan, of the Wilson-Toom-er
Fertilizer Co., was here several days
Mrs. W. C. Black left Saturday for
Winterhaven to visit her brother and
sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Dav Davenport.
enport. Davenport. School closed here last Friday. A
picnic was held at Stanton. Boating
and bathing were enjoyed in the after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. And such a dinner, eatables of
every discription. Wish you could
have been present Mr. Editor and par partaken
taken partaken of the Lake Weir housewives'
cooking. This is Miss Murray's fourth
year here and it is needless to say how
much we all like her.
Mr. John Kean left last Wednesday
for New Orleans. Mr. Kean has been
at the Lakeside Hotel several winters.
Mr. Lester Fox also left the same day
for Lowell. Mass. This is Mr. Fox's
first trip to the Lake. He likes ot fine
and will probably come again next win winter.
ter. winter. Mr. Wallace Reed the popular A. C. L.
agent of Hawthorne was the guest of
his mother and brothers several days
the past week. Mr. Fred Black of this
place relieved his while absent.
Mr. J..M. Douglas is serving on Jury
The report given by Mrs. Douglas and
Miss Winnie Albertson. delegates to the
C. K. Convention at Kissimmee was
thoroughly enjoyed by those who had
the pleasure of listening to it last Sun Sunday
day Sunday night.
Mr. Carl Schmidth happened to a
painful accident last Saturday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. While moving a barrel of sugar
his hand go: caught and hurt two of
Mr. Turney Reed and Miss Bertie
Coggin-: were the week end guests of
their respective parents.
Mothers' Day was observed in the
Presbyterian church Sunday the 12th.
Mr. W. C. Black made a visit to the
Brkk City Wednesday.
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J. If. Benjamin, Editor.
THE FASHION OF Ml'Df LIGIXO"
Under the above head, the Times Times-Union
Union Times-Union publishes an elegant little Sun Sunday
day Sunday sermon, so prettily worded that we
can't help wishing it was all true. The
T.-U. begins by saying:
"From time out of mind we have
heard of the mud and mire of politics
though those who talked about.it years
ago did not know how muddy and miry
politics could become."
Surely, they are all very younff men
on the Times-Union. The editor of the
Star ha3 not reached his half century
mark, but he can remember the cam campaigns
paigns campaigns back to '76 and when hethinks
of the charges thrown and the epithets
slung at Tilden and Hayes, at Hancock
and Garfield, at Cleveland and Blaine
and Harrison, even those clean and up upright
right upright men. Bryan and McKinley. the
present campaign seems almost lady ladylike.
like. ladylike. The Times-Union goes on to say:
"It has become the fashion for men to
run for office not on their own records
or on their own merits but on the re records
cords records or demerits of their rivals. It
would not be as bad as it is if the re records
cords records or the claims of the rivals were
stated thuthfully but they are general generally
ly generally stated without regard for truth."
Very true, most esteemed contem contemporary;
porary; contemporary; It became the fashion in the
streets of Carthage. Athens and Rome,
more than twenty-five centuries ago,
when pointed arguments generally
hardened Into steel blades and verbal
mud solidified into javelins before the
campaign was over. You may more
accurately say it is becoming, very
slowly becoming, the fashion for men
to appeal to reason with reason, and
that while there is yet immense room
for Improvement there is not quite so
much as there was a score or even a
dozen years ago.
But In the classic folds of this
elaborately word-woven article of the
T.-U. was wrapped up a rebuke for
L'Engle, the bold, bad Claude, the only
man in this Florida campaign accused
of slinging mud. In the words of the
wireless, the message ends with the
following highly moral precept:
"When a candidate makes charges
against his opponent the people to
whom he appeals ought to make him
prove them or if he fails ought to
brand him as untruthful, dishonest, un untrustworthy.
trustworthy. untrustworthy. No fair minded man
should vote for a candidate who in indulges
dulges indulges in unproved abuse of his oppon opponent.
ent. opponent. Men who make a habit of this
should be taught that it does not pay.
Certainly they should not be rewarded
with the confidence of their fellow citi citizens."
zens." citizens." This, you see, is a veiled, but not
to thickly veiled, rebuke to the coarse,
rough Claude for the rude things he
has said about the gentle and polished
Mr. Toomer. The deuce of it is,- that
if Claude had said anything about Mr.
Toomer that is so, you need not expect
the T. U. to rebuke Mr. Toomer. Oh.
no! That isn't what its there for.
For Instance: Claude L'Engle says:
"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
representative to confirm this."
Our 1911 representative could not
entirely confirm this, for he saw no
money paid Mr. Toomer. and of course
It Is possible to say, tho nobody would
believe it, that Mr. Toomer appeared i
for the racetrack interests from purely
altruistic motives. But appear he did,
as a dozen men In this quiet little city
can testify, and made a speech against
the anti-racetrack bill before the judi judiciary
ciary judiciary committee of the House of Rep Representatives,
resentatives, Representatives, such speech being made
In the hall of the House in the capitol
at Tallahassee, in the presence of hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of people, and duly reported to
the press of the state; the Times Times-Union
Union Times-Union among other papers.
But we will bet a Marion county
watermelon that the Times-Union will
not admit that this charge is proven,
or. If it prefers, this gob of mud has
.stuck. And there are others.
Not near so elegantly, but much
more accurately, is the subject of mud mud-slinging
slinging mud-slinging dealt with by the sometimes
erratic but always outspoken Albert
M. "Williamson. He says:
"The most colossal liars ever found
In a political campaign are those who
declare they are not 'slinging mud.
This old pot-metal gag has become ab absolutely
solutely absolutely nauseating under the nostrils
of the decent people who are forced to
read it In our daily papers. The voters
of the state have a perfect right to
know who they are arked to support,
and It Is the duty of. every lover of a
decent government to tell whatever he
may know of the shortcoming or the
qualifications of every aspirant for
public office. The men who howl the
loudest against 'mud slinging are
made of the same material of the cow coward
ard coward who would shoot down a man and
then run when he saw that his victim
also had a gun. We have no tolera toleration
tion toleration for such hypocrisy. If a man is
unwilling to have his record exposed to
the public, he has no right to ask the
suffrage of his people."
It seems to us that as long as their
favorite has lost out in Florida, the
Wilson delegates should decline to go
to the Baltimore convention. If they
all feel as Frank Mayes does it is sim simply
ply simply impossible for them to give Mr.
Underwood loyal and patriotic sup support.
port. support. Banner.
In the Saturday issue of his paper,
the Pensacola. Journal. Mr. Mayes,
"Florida has no second choice for
president the delegates' are for Un Underwood
derwood Underwood until he has no reasonable
prospects of nomination. The will of
the people must be obeyed and the
voters of Florida unmistakably signi signified
fied signified their preference for Underwood."
We do not see what more assurance
he can give, or what more should be
required. Frank Mayes occupies a high
place in Florida journalism. Tf he has
ever been guilty of a breach of faith,
we have not heard of it. If the state
had Instructed for Wilson, but Editor
Harris had been elected a delegate. h.
and the Star, would have considered it
very unreasonable for any one to ask
him to withdraw in favor of a Wilson
man. Why should he be so unreason unreasonable
able unreasonable toward Mr. Mayes?
The commencement exercises of the
University of Florida vrill begin Fri
day, 24th. and end Tuesday,
The next meeting of the Southern
Baptist Convention will be held in St.
Louis. The convention calls Southern
Baptists to raise $1,000,000 for foreign
missions this year. Florida's pro rata
of this amount is $10,000. and the state
Is required to raise as much for home
missions. Florida has the following
representatives on the board: Home
missions. Rev. C. W. Duke; Sunday
schools, R. W. Hudson.
" V STITCH IV TIME
The Orange avenue or Capt. F'yles
hard road is badly in need of some re repair
pair repair work. From the city limits to
the three-mile post the recent heavy
rains have washed out the road in
many places, making it very danger dangerous
ous dangerous for a heavy-loaded wagon or auto
to travel this road, which is one of
the prettiest drives and most used
roads leading into the city. A little
repair work done now would put this
road in good shape, where if neglected.
It will cost the county heavy to put put-It
It put-It in good shape again.
A thirty-pound watermelon on dis display
play display at a drugstore in West Palm
Beach, "is a sample of what Everglades
lnnrt will raise." remarks thn Troniral
Sun. "And this is not the only thing
that the farm will produce, either,"
says the Sun. The melon was raised
on the place of F. E. Encel. about five
miles from West Palm Beach on the
Okeechobee road. Times-Union Short
Much ado about little. A 34-pound
melon has been on display in one of
Ocala's banks for xver a week, and
two 35-pounders for five days.
The circuit court judge at Live Oak
decided against Gibbons, and the
doughty little colonel's name will not
appear on the ticket May 28. We think
he made a mistake in trying to prolong
the contest but we all make mistakes.
Giobons is a stubborn fighter, but a
fair one. Here is better luck to him
Vote for Eugene Mathews for mem member
ber member of the national democratic ex executive
ecutive executive committee. He is an original
Underwood man. Banner.
The deuce, he is. He was an original
Harmon man until he went to Wash Washington
ington Washington and saw Underwood's manager
or. as some impolite persons say.
Underwood's manager saw him.
For such a bright man. Mr. Toomer
makes some dreadful silly remarks.
One of his advertisements is headed,
"L'Engle deserts Duval county." Mr.
L'Engle had gone in another part of
the state to speak, and it is hardly
necessary to state that Mr. Toomer
took good care to be speaking in still
The commissioners of Leon county
have turned down another petition call calling
ing calling for a wet or dry election, so the
legislative boys will have to store
snake-bite cure in their grips as they
pass thru Jacksonville and Pensacola
to the capital next year.
Five Indian boys, all under 15 years
of age, were burned to death in a fire
which destroyed the dormitory of the
Creek and Seminole College at Boaley,
Okla. Sunday morning.
It is no wonder that the long hours
of waiting in the death house of
Charlestown prison have driven Riche Riche-son
son Riche-son into hysterics. They would proba probably
bly probably break down a much stronger man.
Wilson seems to have won the North
President Taft and ex-President
Roosevelt are saying things about each
other all over Ohio. The primaries
will be held in that state tomorrow,
and if Taft has the worst of it he may
as well quit.
CLAIDK'S WHIRLWIND CAMPAIGN
In Tampa He Made a Few Comparison,
Greatly to the Ulwadvantage of
Claude L'Engle of Jacksonville, can candidate
didate candidate for congressman-at-large. blew
into the city today on the round-up.
line-em-up, burn-em-up final tour of
He has been in Pensacola, where he
says Ed O'Brien's friends have been
advised to vote for him and in Talla Tallahassee,
hassee, Tallahassee, where he claims the state house
scouts are sending out word to their
friends in the "stix" that "L'Engle is
Tonight he will make four addresses
in this city. Tomorrow night he leaves
for Key West, where he speaks and he
will be in Miami and Orlando before
getting back to Jacksonville on Satur Saturday
day Saturday night to wind up the campaign.
No Better Than Washington
With native modesty Mr. L'Engle
admitted today that he is no better than
the Father of His Country.
"Toomer says I stole that turpentine
letter," said he. "I didn't and will
prove it when the right
but that's neither here nor there.
"Politics is a state of war. George
Washington did not hesitate to rifle
the baggage of Benedict Arnold and
use the correspondence he found there
in the people's behalf. I'm no better
i nan lit? w as.
Mr L'Engle did not say that Toomer
was no better than Benedict Arnold,
but there was a strong suspicion by
the way he smiled that he meant it.
"As to the letter, there's merely his
assertion that I stole it and mine that
I didn't, and I came by it in a legiti legitimate
mate legitimate and honorable way. My word has
been tested in Florida. His hasn't.
"But that doesn't make much dif difference,
ference, difference, anyway. The main point is
whether he sent out the letter or not
that he had In mind to appeal to tho
for money for hi.-
LOYAL- OKDER OF MOOSE
Ocala Lodge No. 699. Meets each
Thursday night in hall In Gary block,
G. F. Mershon.
L. ctapp. Secretary.
XO. 19, F. & A. M
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19 meets in
the Temple on the first and third
i hursday evenings of each month
Visiting brethren cordially invited.
C. E. Simmons. W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
Fresh Shrimp, Crabs
Fresh and Salt
in the city.
Any season's Delicacy
Chas. Rodoff, Proprietor
Eastlake. May 20. Th Atlantic
Coast Line Railway carpenter crew is
now located" at Eastlake. Work be began
gan began Saturday morninsr on the depot.
The present building will be remodeled
and a new lare-e waiting room built.
The depot when finished will compare
favorably with any along the line.
Eastlake'-. business outlook for 112 is
considered "the best ever." According
to official reports of business done
without an agent durinc the pa.-t fv
or three years, now soon to U under
the supervision of an efficient aznr.
the ever Increasing fruit, vegetable
and poultry exports and the necessarily
increased amounts of imports will
place Eastlake at the head of the list
as a business point between Candler
and Leesburg. The Carney Investment
Company, fruit growers and shippers.!
will alone have at least one hundred
cars to export; Mr. G. E. Snow, fruit
(grower and shipper, is also a large ex-
porter and importer. The business
men of Ocala, who are realty hollers
and summer residents of the lak, the
many northern and eastern families
who are winter residents. together
with the many who are "all-the-year-
round" residents, are rejoicing over the
A. C. L's official recognition of East-
lake as a business point and the as-
surance that the traveling public will
soon have commodious depot accom-
modations is welcome news.
Word from Mrs. H. Schroder of Sil-
ver Lake, who is in a New York hos-
pital for treatment, is very encourasr- 1
ing. Her return home has been post postponed
poned postponed several weeks.
The new home of Messrs. Dick and
Norman Pratt of the Lake Weir Sand
Company, is nearine: completion. It i i-located
located i-located near Sandy Hook, midway be between
tween between Eastlake and Weir Park.
The formal opening of the Lake
Weir Yacht Club at Eastlake will be
Friday, May 24. The Ocala members
77 in number with numbers of invited
guests, are expected. A special train
will be run for their accommodation.
The members from Summerfield. Belle Belle-view
view Belle-view and other places will also he in
attendance and a most delightful aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon and evening program has been
arranged. Messrs. .1. P. Coates and
Frank Johnson of Leesburg have taken
some splendid protographs of the club
house. Post card
same are now on
sale at Newport's
store, Eastlake. ;
The Messrs. L R. Chazal, D. S. Wood- j
row and Dr. J. E. Chare's families will :
arrive next week to spend the summer!
months at Woodmar. Other summer' Orange Springs, May 15. Mr. W. T.
residents will arrive later. ioary and Mr. L. F. Ballard of Ocala, ac-
Mr. Gressman of New York City has Icompanied by Master Wilbur Gary were
been a guest at the Silver Lake home visitors at the springs last week. They
of Mr. Schroder and Mr. Young the past were looking for a place for the Sun Sun-two
two Sun-two weeks. Mr. Gressman is much ',iay school picnic. Come to orange
pleased with Florida and Marion coun- Springs. Its an ideal place for a pie piety
ty piety especially, and will remain an ln-inic.
definite period. Mr. .1 B. Hall went to Ocala yester-
Among the northbound A. C. L. pas- j
sengers from Eastlake Friday and j
Saturday were Rev. Campbell Gray. 1
who had been a guest at the J. G.
Lege home; Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Car-
penter. Mrs. Anna Martin and her
guest. Miss Genevieve Wood, Mrs. F. E.
Newport and her two guests. Mrs. Lot Lottie
tie Lottie Cole and Master Chambliss Cole.
Mrs. White. Mr. Jenks MeCraney, Mr.
W. E. Colby. Contractor Gardner, Mr.
Sam Fosnot, Mr. W. E. Wetherbee and
Mr. Lawton Bailey of Ocala was at
Eastlake the past week. While here'
Lawton hung a gate at the new home
of his aunt, Mrs. Anna Martin, anil it
Is reported that the gate has a ten tendency
dency tendency to lean toward a "Wood" inn;
Woodmar.) Particulars later.
Oak Vale, May 16. The farmers are
taking advantage of the beautiful days
and are making hay out of the grass
that is in their crops. The old say- J
ing is, "Make hay while the sun
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Britt visited
their son, Mr. Eddie Britt at Rocky j
Mrs. M. M. Justice and Miss Lonie
Clancy were shopping in Williston Fri
Mr. and Mrs. Whitehurst and daugh
ter, Miss Bertha, spent Sunday very
pleasantly with Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Anderson and family.
Among the business callers to Wil Williston
liston Williston Saturday were Prof. W. F. King,
Messrs. W. H. Anderson. H. E. Cold ing.
C. W. Boyer, M. A. Clancy and Minis
The picnic at Johnson Lake was
well attended and very much enjoyed
by the people of our burg.
York, May 16. Mrs. Roy George and
baby left for Dunnellon Wednesday ;o
join her husband who has a good po-
lion HI t-"C -1
..." : nn ; v,
C. L. yards.
Miss Rushie Russell, who has beet,
attending Southern College at Suther Sutherland,
land, Sutherland, will soon be at home.
A picture man was in our burg de delivering
livering delivering pictures Thursday.
! Mr. J. R. Miller the faithful clerk
(of Home & Douglas made a trip to
Mr. H. W. Douglas of Shady Grove.
the father of our young .merchant.
Robt. Douglas, came over "to our burg
Saturday to see his son and whilst
here took orders for several books of
the great ocean disaster, the Titanic.
Saturday was a lively day for our
merchants. Best in a long while
Mr. Walter Mann and family of Win Winter
ter Winter Garden, and Thomas Mann and
family of Ocala came to our city of
1 York to see their mother and
; Mrs. J. S. Mann, and Mrs. Katie Wh oi oiler,
ler, oiler, Thursday.
i town of its elas
I Jacksonville is a
I You can succeed in Jacksonville.
(Jacksonville has a permanent popula popula-:tion
:tion popula-:tion of 7.".. 000; winter population of
000. This is the time of the year
Northern people going home.
We are offering some excellent prop propositions
ositions propositions in hotels, rooming houe.
grocery, jewelry and general merchan merchandise
dise merchandise businesses: b;.-ycle store, gar.i g.
moving picture theater, boarding hou---.
new Central City Market House j :-"
organizing, manufacturing bu:
you are looking for any kind
int-ss opening, write today.
Southern Sale Investment C-:
sell your business or real estatt
matter where it is. t(
inyr. .Jacksonville. Fla.
oala by Ocala Realty
Represer.te 1 ;:.
";... M tr.
OCALA CHAPTKi: XO.
13. TT. A.
'"hapter. Xo. 13. R. A. M on the fourth
Fridav of even- month at S n.
; C. E. Connor. E. H. P.
I Jake Drown. Secretary.
U'ULl'LA LOm.M AO. I. o. O. F.
! Tulula L.o.lee No. 22. Inde;er.den Inde;er.den-(Order
(Order Inde;er.den-(Order of Odd Fellows. meet- ev-ry
; Tuesday at S p. m.. in Yon;.''- Hall
! Vi-itintr brethren always welcome
Jake Brown, Noble Grand.
W. I Colbert. Secretary.
humtr.eneM. Mav t'e.-il
ar : ; -day.
t ( n
tix Mr. ur.-i Mr-.
I). Betty, our
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tft-r : t t-t
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Hazel Seymour and It-ibv
rhra 1. Messrs. Jay Thomas and
-c-il Iillard attended the moving ;: ;:-re
re ;:-re show in ..-ala Monday nigV.
jo.'in Miner, who has been wav
his Indiana busine--,
P B. Searcy, the Chronicle's far Tier j
artist, paid us a very interesting ia'.t i
last Saturday. j
S. Lehman, of South Lake Weir, was j
a Saturday visitor. Mr. Lehman '.as
just complaint to make about tl'f bad
con-lit ion of the roads.
E. W. Smith, came in last Saturli. Saturli.-from
from Saturli.-from his farm to look after bu.-ine-;.
R. F Proctor, of Pedro, was a visitor
Friday evening last, he reports that he j
, will begin shipping truck pxt week, j
i Mr. Proctor has Z acres in water-j
melons, 2 acres cantaloupes and 2 j
.acres tomatoes. j
! Misses Erla Reatty and Ruby Moor- j
head, attended a picnic at Stanton last i
S. J. Dillard. was
of tumatties from th
made a -h ij.riM-nt of
--!; i (rer
ot onl" is Charlie Davis a first class1
ant.imobillst. but he makes a fine so solicitor,
licitor, solicitor, he is busy during his leisure
i-i.-'tnents taking subscriptions for our
Great Barbecue Thursday July 4th
R. L Douglas, local manager of the
Florida National Land Co., accamptn accamptn-ied
ied accamptn-ied by friends and Mrs. Dottala-, drove
Friday to Daytona and Ormon 1 Beach,
r turning Sunday. The trip wa? one
Walter Nichols, of Pedro. ha pre-.-ented
the Florida National F.inl Co..
hree Bermuda onion? raised on
u i t h
h i .- h i g h
pine land. These thrro .m-
;h .".'i pounds and were plant-
'el 1 -t October.
No 1'ner B.ririuda ca
ea anywhere an 1 ;ur
I far mers should pay more attention
! tlsis very prifltabl:- crop.
day to attend court.
Mr. M. U Minder man
Mr. Most Laufer who. has finished a
successful term of school at Oraham Oraham-ville,
ville, Oraham-ville, lias spent several days here. He i
leaves today for a visit to his parents parents-near
near parents-near Pittsburg, l'a. j
Misses I-M i tii and Alice I'eck and i
Mr. Kenneth I'eck left yesterday for!
Ocean City. X. J.. to spend the sum summer.
mer. summer. These young people will be great- ;
ly missed by their friends.
Mrs. J. C. .Masse y was shopping in
Mr. .John liast of Moultrie. Ga.. is
visiting friend.-; here this week.
Mr. W. F. Jordan is attending court
in cala t h i week.
Mr. S. Ii. I'arramure of Ocala is the
guest of his brother, Dr. G. ',. I'arra I'arra-more.
more. I'arra-more. Mr. M. It. Mulaney. the new manager
of the New South Farm and Home Co.,
; was a visito
Mr. K. M. Tamraz is spendin:
week in Fort McCoy.
Mrs. F. H. I'edrick. who has been
spending several weeks in Chicago, is
expected home Sunday. Of course Mr.
Fed rick's smile is very broad.
Miss Amy Defiield. who has spent
! the winter
lie re with Mrs M. J. H.
! Hutchinson, leaves for her home in
Ocean City, N. J., Friday. She will go
jby steamer from Jacksonville.
Mrs. Geo. 1. Ttast has gone to St.
Petersburg for several weeks visit to;
her daughter, Mrs. Daniel Johnson, j
Siie was accompanied by her sister-in- J
law, Mrs. Mattie Livingston, who will!
visit Fort Myers. j
Mr. I'fi.-ter and Mr. I,oughry have j
been shipping a lot of tine beans the j
The Presbyterian Sunday, school of j
Palatka has a picnic here the 2;:rd. j
Wacahoota. May 16. It
though the rainy season ha:
grass grows very fast.
Mr. and Mrs. V. P. Smith
and Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Smith and Miss
Fay P.eck attended the picnic at John Johnson
son Johnson Lake last Wednesday and report a
Little William Edwards of Ocala is
visiting his grandmother. Mr?. V. I.
Mrs. G. Porter Smith and Miss Rosa Rosalie
lie Rosalie Smith were vi.-iting Mrs. I. X. Lank
of Montbrouk Friday and Saturday.
Rev. Malphurs of Starke filled his re regular
gular regular weekly appointments here Sat Saturday
urday Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Limbuugh of
Montbrook arc! Mr. andMrs. Clarence
Rank of Williston were pleasant visit-
I. X. Fa i
Mrs. P. i; Dunn, who has been on
tiie sS--k lis; f...r some time was moved
to her daughter's. Mrs. G-ne Tiner,
near Williston on Sunday so a to he
many friend friend-bene
bene friend-bene icial.
yues: of Mis--days.
e chat!.'1 will be
L.-'let:n I'ank a i
lady of MontHrook. i
Iloalie Smith for a
t n e
Mr. J M
h was a !.usir. es es-.
. es-. Saturday.
or to Tditch'
Mr. and Mr Mr-eoia
eoia Mr-eoia Srn ; : h
erson and Miss
Mr-. J. W
1 f y s u n 1 a y
re left for
I i ws :; ::i
a tar day.
- A .v : i.-r.:r:ett -,ive
las' M or. day evei:.-t
d ..rr:--. Mr. Harris a-. 1
a hir:hla hir:hla-ir.
ir. hir:hla-ir. -1 Mr. and
M; -- farri
dI:;'"!" 'U I
th Mr. an!
I i r
Mr-- r m
a visit w : t
ie i i
r si-ter. Mr,. J. C. :
o-.v-r:-v:r .f ra.n a:
Veal returr.-i fron
riiv ani says
satisried with Fl
nt it: part i :ulir.
Helen looked up at the conductor ;
with a flushed face. "I'm sorry," she ;
said, "but I'm afraid that I have no
"I guess you can find it if you have
to," h" snorted as he passed on. "Look j
again and hurry up." j
He went out on the rear platform
for a moment, but soon he followed i
another incoming passenger up the
"I really can't find a single coin,
said Helen, looking up from her dis-;
"That's all right," was the more
gracious response. "A gent out oa j
the platform staked you." j
"Was it that man in the soft hat?"!
she asked as she caught sight of Har-;
vey Tennant trying to look uncon
"Sure thing." he assented. "Shall
send him in?" "j
"I do not care to be under obliga-
tions to the gentleman," she said
coldly. "Please stop the car." j
It was intolerable that after last i
night Harvey should presume to pay
her car fare. Had it been a total
stranger she would have been grate grateful,
ful, grateful, but a man who only the night
before had assured her that she could
not get along without him! She!
would show him that she could, and
she swept off the car with a majestic
dignity that caused Tennant to smile. :
"Look here, Nell," he protested aa ;
he followed her to the sidewalk, "you
: milst not be here alone. It is one olj
the toughest districts in town." j
"So I judge from its inhabitants," i
she said with a meaning glance at
him. "It seems that they take pleas-1
ure in annoying unprotected women.
"That's just the trouble," he said
placidly, though his face reddened.
"Don't be foolish. Let me lend .you a
nickel. You can send it back tonight!
It is only what I would do for any i
woman in the same fix." j
"I do not have to trespass upon j
your chivalry," she declared, with a I
or'nrn fill n r rur r unAn Vi Inct Ti'n r )
"I am amply able to take care of my
"I believe we discussed that to no
purpose last night." he said coldly.
"I adhere to my original opinion."
"And I to mine," she sniffed, as sh
began to walk on. Harvey dropped
back a few paces and followed her.
The dozen blocks bordering the
freight yards bore a most unsavory
reputation. No gently-bred woman
was safe from insult.
And just because he had ventured j
to criticise her boldness in venturing i
out alone on her charity visits sh I
had broken their engagement the i
night before with the scornful state j
ment that she was amply able to take j
care of herself and would have naught j
of a husband who already showed i
such a disposition to bully.
He did not have long to wait foi
his revenge. On the next block a
crowd of half-drunken loafers reeled
from a saloon. Helen shrank to the j
edge of the sidewalk and by her very
precaution attracted their attention, j
"There's me mussis," shouted one
as he lurched toward her. "Come ;
here, me dear, and let hubby have a
few coins for his beer." j
As he staggered toward her Helen
raised her hands to ward him off, and
in doing so dropped her bundles. With
a wild yell the rest of the crowd drov
after the parcels just as Harvey dash dashed
ed dashed up.
A few well-directed kicks scattered
the crowd, but the first speaker was
less easily disposed of. The idea that
Helen was his wife had entered hia
drunken brain and refused to be dis dislodged
lodged dislodged and he made an attempt to
clasp her in his arms while demanding
of the new comer why he should seek
to separate a loving pair.
Harvey's answer was a blow that
sent him sprawling, but he scrambled
to his feet in an instant and staggered
toward his assailant, waving a cotton
hook that had dangled from his belt.
With a scream Helen scttght to
throw herself between the two men,
but Harvey thrust her quickly aside.
The man in his drunken insanity
would make no distinction and it was
a fight man to man.
He had had some experience on the
mat. Had been the wrestling cham champion
pion champion of his club for two seasons, and
he maneuvered for an opening. It
was no easy matter for he had seen
fights among the longshoremen and
know that a cotton hook was far more
dangerous than a knife. It was some
time before he could find his opening,
but at last he closed in with a rush,
pinioning his adversary's arms close
to his side. After that the fight wa3
a short one. Once at a disadvantage
the rough collapsed and through a
sudden turn of his thoughts became
lachrymose. Harvey tearfully lament lamenting
ing lamenting the loss of his wife while he as assisted
sisted assisted Helen to regain such bundles as
had b-en left her.
"I presume that you will not refuse
car fare now," he said as he straight straightened
ened straightened out his overcoat.
"Don't you think we could have a
cab?" she suggested, "because you
see. Harvey we can hold hands in a
"Tier say be failed for $50,000."
"Well, he alwavs was a fellow that
would do almost anything for a little
money. I wouldn't think of failin.' for
as little as that." i
.-.iVtr r : r. 2 r a
Wanted, a wife, a n:- lady that have
d exper:n. ab -.;t housekeeping
ani how to cook. Want one the age j
.f :Z or 20 year- oil. niy s; t'i years'
Write to B. J. Barrield. Silver j
:llver Springs, r la.. April
T r.-i--- of S:'v-r -.r!r.ir Fla. I
t:-:e -v -S
int to get married to
r.f Fort M: r" oy. on the j
Moore ha v.- reject 1
w h v he a i d t h a t
B. J. Barrield,
prints. Fia. j
;WHAT TO GIVE-THAT IS THE QUESTION
WE SOLVED IT long ago for peop in
just such a position as you. Come in
and let us talk it over. Between us we
will be able to pick a useful and .agreeable
gift that will give tf e greatest delight to the
recipient as well ar io yourself.
A GREAT HOUSE FURNISHING
Following are fust a Few of the Thousands of
Articles Carried in oar Grat Ftrrnitare. Hardware,
House Furnishing and General Supply Store. Con:e
in and look the stock over, you will find many
things you want.
For the Office
Itoll and Flat Top Desks, Typewriter Desks, Stenographer's
Desks, Office Chairs, Stools, Sofas, Etc.
For the Dining Room
Handsome Round or Square Extension Tables, Dining Chairs,
Hugs, Sideboards and Cliiffoniers, liouffets, China Closets, China
Dinner Sets, Lamps, Fine Table Linen, Etc.
Handsome Mahogany, Oak, Willow or Mission Ofiairs, Straight
Hacked or Hookers, Tables, Sofas, Lamps, Hugs and Carpets, Pic Pictures.
tures. Pictures. Bedroom Furniture
Heantiful Dressers and Wash Stands in Golden Oak, Hirdseye
Maple or Mahogany. Heautiful Iron and Hrass Beds in over Fifty
Different Varieties and Prices. Hugs and Mattings, Chiffoniers and
Wardrobes, Toilet Sets, Blankets, Comforts and Linens.
Por The Pantry and Kitchen
Handsome Refrigerators and Ice Chests in Several Different
Makes and Styles and any Size or Price Iesired. Stoves and Ranges
in Either Wood or Oil Burners. Kitchen Ca'jinets and Tables.
Anything Desired in Silverware for the Table, Cutlery and
Sissors in our Hardware Department; Shotguns, Rilles 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-Domestic
Domestic Sad-Domestic and Imported, Art Squares, Mattings, Etc., In the Coutnry.
dies. Kip Robes, Whips and Everything for the Horse or Vehicle
McIVER & MacKAY
PHONE 47 North Magnolia St. OCALA, FLA.
Effective May 1st and Continufhg Until November 1st
WILL BE OPERATED ON THE
EUROPEAN PLAN (Exclusively)
Kine-t Cafe in the State in Connection
I'ooms Without Bath. $1.00 per Day and Up
U'om With Bath - S2.00 per Day and Up
T. M. WILSON, Proprietor and Manager
When you need a Liniment, use a goo5
CBfr To insure beneficial results, set
It is a Pain Relief and Healing Rem Remedy
edy Remedy That Answers Every
It Is of exceptional power in rheumatic diseases; relleTes tho
achinp: joint?, relaxes the drawn muscles, restores the strength,
ease and suppleness of youth. It is also effective In healing all
wounds, sores or abrasions of the flesh- It 13 a spleadid house household
hold household remedy for man or beast.
Try it for cuts, burns, bruises, old sores, lame back, rheumatlsra,
neuralgia, tciatica. frost bites, chlllblalns, contracted muscles,
etiff neck. It stops pain and heals quickl7.
Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per Bottle.
JAKES F. BALLARD PROPRIETOR ST. LCUS, C3.
To cure Smarting Eyeball's
j Sold And Rtco
a i.i. DBceoim
Sore Eye or Weak Slsht
OCALA EVENING STAR. MONDAY, 3L1Y 20, 1912
WHY YOU SHOULD BANK WITH
? The Commmniercial Bank
Ilri: its shareholders are all home people, business
men anJ fanner-?. Their interests and yours are mutual,
remain right here in the community for the upbuilding
Th bank's profits
of oar town and
Ol lt C EltTIFIC TES HE Il FOl It I'KIt (TAT INTEREST
Srronl: 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 hank .service.
SUNDAY SCHOOL PICMC
E.ERCI.E THIS EVEMXG
I hr High "cbool ( ommrirrBrat
. ill It rein Promptly at Flight
SUNDAY SCHOOL PICMC
AT ORANGE SPRINGS
K. of P. meet this evening-.
New shirt waists at Fihel's.
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.
The high .-cnool exercises at the
Temple Theater will begin promptly at
o'clock, and ail should be in their
seats at -that time, and not cause dis disturbances
turbances disturbances by arriving late.
Ladies' dresses at Fishel s.
Moose meet Thursday evening.
FRIENDS OF THE GRADUATES
WILL PLEVSE TAKE NOTICE
Fruit jars at Fishel's.
Professor Workman requests that
friends of the high school graduate. graduate.-wiil
wiil graduate.-wiil please send flowers and other
Woodmen meet Friday evening.
R. W. Kellum
Mr. H. J. Nichols
the Ocala House.
w; id wood
At the Ocala Photo Co. we develop
your films free if bought from us.
presents for tht
to t h elr h o m e s
tneni to t
-. i n -1
-. ha- h
ad of presenting
:es on t
s o a l i
n. though a
n e s o m e w h a t
-ruder, ts and
- i f t s to the
soon in the
Your last photo didn't do you justice.
(LOIIE'S i.E V Hit; M" CEi
It wasn't taken at the Ocala Photo Co.
We are mincing our shoe sun k f r inwnton
therefore lhis sacrifi.e of prices n o.xioiiis
Going at $2.95 this week.
regular value :J) aid $4.00.
F. W. Brooks of New York is at t!
Dr. E. G. Peek office phone Is No.
bin residence phone, No. 301.
Mr. Joseph Mulever. proprietor of the
Giobe. is having the biggest kind of
success with hi big forced .-ale which
opened up Friday morning. All day
Friday. Saturday and today the six-
Mr. Y. U Goodwin of Fairfield
at the Ocala House Sunday.
Dr. A. I.. tllalock, pbyMtclan, offici
phone No. 399; residence phone, 132.
teen clerks in the store were as busy
as bees waiting on the customers and
at times they could nut wait on all who
came. Mr. Ma'.eVer has a big stock of
real bargains in brand new. stylish
goods anl t.'ie public is rei ping great
benefits from the sale, which will li--fifteen
Fine Time Proniied for the Children,
and Old TolkM, Next Friday
Announcement was made in all of the
Sunday schools in Ocala yesterday of
tne big union Sunday school picnic that
will be held next Friday. May 24th. at
'range Springs. The rates are very
cheap and a large crowd is expected on
this occasion. All children under six
years of age will be allowed to go free:
all between six and twelve can go for
23 cents, and ail over twelve can go for
"' cents, round trip.
-The train will leave the S. A. L. de depot
pot depot promptly at 7:45 a. m. The tickets
are good on all of the regular trains,
which win be .juite a convenience for
the people who can not go on the early
morning- train. The officials of the
i cala Northern have promised to sup supply
ply supply the water and ice for this occasion,
which assures every one of nice cold
water all during the day. The train
win be left on the siding so that every
one can find shelter in case it rains. j
orange springs iurntn a nne place
for bathing for old and young, and the
children will find a nice place to wade
and enjoy the water as well as those
who can swim. Two bath houses will
furnish ample accommodations for the
bathers It is expected that this will
be trie largest Sunday school
. from cala in many years.
A BOX IN
OUR SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS
is the salesi ol all places in which lo keep your insurance
polici- s and oilier valuable papers.
THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK
SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS
are fire, burgular and moisture prool. Yon can rent a
box In (hem for as little as $3.00 a jear and we know of
no other investment you can make which will save yon
so nvuch worry, inconvenience and possible loss..
I. frh H ?VI..t
J NO. L. DW.
CAPITAL FULLY PAID IX 973M0
H D. 5TOKES. Cashier.
,RD3. Pres. CLARENCE CAMP. Vice.
FK Ml RE
J. V. Hemming of Jacksonville is at
White Satin Colonial Pumps,
atent Two Strap
Patent '1 and 3 Kyelet Oxfords.
Black Velvet I limns
$4.00 Ottoman Silk and Black Ooze
3o piirs two Strap Canvas Pumps.
4.00 White Nubuck Button Oxfords,
Pleasant furnished rooms for li:
housekeeping. 66 Oklawaha avenue.
County Commissioner S. W. I'ette I'ette-way
way I'ette-way of Dunnellon was in town today.
FOR SALE One
Inquire of Mr W.
Light of Reddick was in
The Ocala School of Music will close
its fourth term Thursday. March 23rd.
with two concerts, one in tiie after afternoon
noon afternoon at 4 o'clock and one at S:30 p. m.
of tne same day. both to be given at
the Temple Theater. Admission is
free. All patrons and friends of the
school and lovers of music are cor cordially
dially cordially invited to attend.
Mary Clayton Connor, Director.
I Kodak finishing done by experts
Ithe Ocala Photo Co.
MATINEE AT THE IDEAL
miss L.ucy .uoorneaa entertainea
graduates Saturday night.
We can not tell you more than the Shoes them themselves.
selves. themselves. Come take a look.
, B. lASTlffiS CO.
Get your prescriptions filled by Beck
, at the Court Pharmacy and know they;
'are right. I
I Hereafter the daily afternoon mat mat-!
! mat-! inee at the Ideal Theater will com com-I
I com-I mence at 3:45 and the doors will be
j open at 3:::0. Three full reels will be
run at each matinee. uenerai admis-
Tonight at the Air Dome another hig
'. two-reel feature will te shown. This:
is the second of the historical series!
that will be run. "The Life and Cat-!
ties of Daniel F.oone' is the name of I
the feature for tonight. There are
many very exciting parts in this pic-
ture tiiat snow just what our fore-
fathers had to contend with in starting
our country on its' path to fame, glory:
and power. Daniel I'.oone was one f
the famous pioneers of the country b b-jing
jing b-jing much good work for the govern-:
ment and starting the settlers in the j
j famous western march. Only real In-
jdians are used in these pictures and j
everything is produced just as if it had!
; been taken at the very time it hap-!
! pened. j
lie a good comic
"Inbad the Count.'
s n own
sion 5 cents to afternoon performances. ;
owens" on;hf.c; VTIOV
WON'T (ilVK HIM UP
Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk will entertain at
cards tomorrow afternoon in honor of
Miss Jean Teague and Miss McCreary.
Mr. K. C. Sheridan, the young minis ministerial
terial ministerial student, preached a very good
sermon at the Baptist church last eve-'ning.
t FOR SALE One nair
tine mules, wagon and
J. Wilson, Citra. Fla.
good turpen turpen-harness.
harness. turpen-harness. W.
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Mrs. C. E. Ahearn left today for a
visit to relatives in Jacksonville and
We have just received a carload
of (-j press Lumber Boards 10 and 12
inclnsuide 2x4 and Cx rots A I
Coori Heart Cv; rcss for fence matei ial.
Vu can build that f. nee ov we
have just the material you've been
Ocala Lumber & Supply Co.
"Everything that Goes Into the Construction of a Building."
Office sVid Yards:
Coriif r Utceoia and Henry Streets.
OCAL1. . 1 LOR I DA
If you are in a hurry for your pre prescriptions,
scriptions, prescriptions, try the Court Pharmacy's
quick delivery system.
Maurice, the little son of Mr. and
Mrs. A. H. Davenport, died at the home
of hi parents in Fort McCoy Saturday,
aged twenty-two months. The sorrow sorrowing
ing sorrowing parents brought the remains to
Ocala for burial, and they were laid
away in Greenwood annex this after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Rev. W. II. Coleman of ficiated
at the funeral and V. B. Keller it Co.
had charge of the arrangements.
Mr. H. S. Chambers sold
cles this morning, one in
'four to parties in Tavares.
four bicy bicy-town
town bicy-town and
Mr. T. J. Sheridan, an honored old
citizen of Clearwater, was in the city
Saturday night and Sunday, visiting
his son. Mr. K. C. Sheridan, one of the
clever young salesmen at Masters.
We guarantee to teach you now to
use your Kodak. Bring your films to
the Ocala Photo Co.
Mr. Fred Lansford is here from
West Florida, on a visit to his brother.
Mr. A. M. Lansforfl.
FOR SALE Two one-horse wagons
for sale. Apply to 31 North 3rd street
D. Chapman. Jr., of Inverness
the Ocala House. Saturday
y auer s
number of Mrs. Charles R"hein-
friends gave her a most pleas-
surprise party Saturday night.
The socialists of Marion county at
their meeting yesterday made the fol following
lowing following nominations: Representatives.
Sherman A. Miller of Burhank and A.
L. Higby of Summerfield; county judge.
J. H. Butler of Summerfield: clerk of
court, II. (. Jones of Ocala: sheriff.
Thos. P. Bernard of Burbank; tax col collector.
lector. collector. Max Toblesky of Burbank: tax
assessor, Isaac Wiggins of Ocala:
treasurer, Fred Richter of Burbank:
superintendent of public instruction. E.
C. Smith of Ocala. A full report will
be given tomorrow.
i Stirred to the depths by Uje an- ;
inouncement that their loved pastor,1
; Rev. C. A. Owens, was contemplating'
laccepting a call to the pastorate of;
the First Baptist church at Ocala, the
Baptist congregation gathered in force;
at the Wednesday evening prayer ser-
ivice determined to make a strong ef-I
' fort to induce their pastor to remain j
here. In a church conference they :
: voted not to accept his resignation, and;
: urgently requested him to remain here,
Dr. Hulley and several other men mak mak-i
i mak-i ing strong talks expressive of appre appreciation
ciation appreciation of his service here. As the re relations
lations relations between pastor and congrega congregation
tion congregation are unusually felicitious. Mr.
Owens was impelled to yield to such
earnest solicitations, and recalled his
While Mrs. Fisher at the piano led
I off with that fine old hymn. "Blest be
j the Tie that Binds." the congregation
! tendered Mr. Owens a veritable ovation.
crowing forward to give him the glad
i hand of welcome and appreciation,
! meanwhile congratulating themselves
. and each other that they still could
r' tain him as pastor. DeLand News.
And They Do When They
Come to Our Store
We spare no pains in trying to please
them and make them feel at home.
That's the reason all the children like us and as
a result von alwavs see them in our store.
Send a note by them and you will find they will
secure the best of attention and you will get just
what you ordered.
The Court Pharmacy
The Drug Store on the Square
A TALENTED VOING DIVINE
One of the Star's lady autoist
! friends has accomplished the well-
.ing:. i...l.uMr u.xw-, evening services.
pig s tan on i
Witherspoon Dodge, born and bred
in Jacksonville, and son of the Rev.
W. II. Dodge, formerly pastor of the
old N'ewnan street Presby terian church,
will occupy the pulpit of the First
Presbyterian church, corner of Ocean
and Monroe streets, today, both at the
Mr. and Mrs. C. X. Kirkland went to
Y Mieanopy in their auto this afternoon
... i and
will return tomorrow.
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Mr. George Ford came in from Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville Saturday afternoon for a visit
to his mother and brother here.
able: namely, she cut a
with her auto without cutting off the
pig in his young days. We cannot ex ex-plan
plan ex-plan how it was done, and she cannot
explain her self but it was done, and
it cost her three dollars. At that rate,
it would have taken Morgan to pay for
, the entire pig.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Davenport of
Fort McCoy were at the Colonial yes yesterday
terday yesterday and today.
Mr. C. H. Mathis of Blackville, S. C,
Mr. R. S. Hall returned last night
from West Baden, Ind., where he spent
a couple of weeks at Tom Taggart's
I hotel. He derived great benefit from
his trip and is feeling "fine and fit."
I Mr. Dodge is at present a student in
the t'nion Theological Seminary at
Richmond. Va.. and has progressed
brilliantly in hit studies.
He has hundreds of friends in Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, who will be pleased to learn
of his great success and the First Pres Presbyterian
byterian Presbyterian church will no doubt have
large congregations at both services
today. Times-I'nion, 19th.
We announce that Mr. D. T.
Kuker is not in our employ
and has not been since May
1st. We represent Fidelity
and Deposits Co., of Maryland.
MtLmesistlen0 & Eel
well known to our melon and
growers, is at the Ocala House.
Messrs P. W. Collens and J. E.
Ash of Albany, Ga..
of Valdosta are at
i Branch of Summerfield were in town
and K. Li today. Mr. Collens says Summerfield
the Ocala folks are making ready for the great greatest
est greatest barbecue ever "on the Fourth of
Mr. W. V. Newsom. Jr., is very weak
today, but the attending physicians
say there are some symptoms that in indicate
dicate indicate that he is holding his own.
Af n T .1 n. A.litAP ft i- .1 v-r-i o n f (rf
of the Leesburg Commercial, visited ; Children's dresses at Fishel's.
his Ocala friends Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Mayo and Mrs.
Dempsey Mayo came up from Summer Summer-field
field Summer-field today. Mr. Mayo will represent
his district on the next board of coun county
ty county commissioners, his only surviving
opponent having retired from the race.
i Following are the meteorological
conditions that prevailed during the
j twenty-four hours up to noon today:
j Southeast wind; cloudy.
Minimum temperature. 01 degrees.
Maximum temperature. S2 degrees.
Showers tonight or
fair northwest portion.
Men's and boy's suits at Fishel's.
OPEN DY AND NIGHT
Mr. and Mrs. u J. Edwards spent
'the day Sunday with Mrs. Edwards'
i parents at Mieanopy.
SALE Four nundred and fifty
seed peanuts at one dollar per;
Apply Howell & Griggs. Oak.;
Messrs. Chas. If. Brown, Genrse
Smith and Sam D. Collins of Fort Mc McCoy
Coy McCoy were in the city Sunday.
Summer suits at Fishel's.
Rev. J. B. Ley preached the bacca bacca-leaurate
leaurate bacca-leaurate sermon of the high school
commencement at the Methodist church
yesterday morning. Mr. Ley delivered
an excellent and appropriate address,
which was heard with attention and
instruction by a large audience.
ner. Meals a I t
, A. C. L.
Circuit court reconvened this morn morning
ing morning and has been busy all day with
SI. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY
LORETTO (Near Mandarin) FLORIDA.
Boarding schoo! for boys, conducted by the Sisters of St. Joseph
Doys from eight to fourteen years received, and carefully trained c
physical, intellectual, moral and social lines. Healthy location. Ma
nirlcent swimming pool. Complete equipment in schoolrooms, doru
tories. dining hall and recreation rooms.
APPLY FOR PROSPECTUS TO THE SISTER SUPERIOR.
ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY. LORETTO. FLORIDA.
The friends of Miss Una Taylor, the
pretty and accomplished daughter of
Mr. Robert Taylor, have received in invitations
vitations invitations to attend the graduating ex exercises
ercises exercises of Washington Seminary. At Atlanta,
lanta, Atlanta, at which she is a student.
The Dunnellon "short" did not arrive
until 3:20 p. m. today. The engine fail failed
ed failed near Juliette this morning.
Miss Elizabeth Mizelle. one of the
popular Ocala High School teachers
j who has been making her home with
j FOR RENT Four room flat: also. "apt. S. R. Pyies and family during
Icottage of seven rooms, electric lights the school term, has as her guest thru
land bath; near primary school. Mrs. 1 commencement her charming sister.
R. D. Fuller. jMiss Blanche Mizelle of Orange Iike.
J. H. Koon passed through the city
Saturday en route to his home at Dun Dunnellon.
nellon. Dunnellon. He had been to Alachua, hav having
ing having accompanied the remains of his
wife there Thursday for interment in
the Thomas cemetery. Mrs. Koon died
at Dunnellon last Tuesday. and the
husband and four children, the young youngest
est youngest being an infant of a few days, have
the sympathy of all in their loss. De Decease.
cease. Decease. 1 was a .laughter of Mr. and Mrs.
FOR SALE Eggs fr..m pure English
white and brown penciled wing- ducks,
well mated without inbreeding, and
best egg producers. One dollar for 12.
J. H. McClymond-", 32 South Fourth
street, Ocala, Fla.
Parker Lucky Curve
in any style or shape,
ment to select from at
A large assort assort-:he
:he assort-:he Court I'har-
PRIME HE EE.
G. W. Young
friends in th;
to learn of
f Alachua and had many
- county who will regret
her demise. Gainesville
i Mr. David R Woodrow has gone to
New York and Philadelphia, where he
will spend three weeks on business
ECONOMY FRUIT JARS
Rexall Cold Tablets do the work
Can give you the formula if you like
25c. the package at the Post Office j
I Jars in pints, quarts and half-gallon
Rev. J. P.. Ley left early this morn- ; sizes. This jar seals itself automat-
TIIE CARN-TIIOMAS STORE HAS
stock the famous Economy b ruit
Mr. and Mrs Z. C. Chambliss went to
Woodmar on Lake Weir Saturday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon and had as their guests for the
week end all of the co-workers of the
Munroe & Chambliss Bank. They
a most delightful time.
(ago, who i
e r t y w o r t h
is the ,r:n. ,r:n.-can
can ,r:n.-can Play in.
tion of Flor
MNs Annie p
rated as ;. s-.
i fi.il owner f
ill of ''hi- i
-sing prop- i
? n.ir- She
the a n-ri j
G i i
FORT KI.VG CAMP NO 14.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
rr e e
d a v
is a guarantee of quality. The worth worthless
less worthless and useless have no place among
our tires, lamps, horns, speedometers,
clocks, tools, oils. greases, batteries,
etc. Experienced owners will recog recognize
nize recognize the high character of our sup supplies
plies supplies at a glance. Inexperienced ones
will do wisely td gain their supply ex experience
perience experience here.
Florida Auitto Sales Co.
North ol Government Buiidino Ocala. Fla.
ing for Sutherland, where he will
tend the commencement exercises
iicallv bv the heat of the boiled fruit
or vegetables to be canned has no
rubber band to deteriorate and allow
Are you Interested In paper toas the fruit to spoil is simple, durable
cooking? If so come to us for yourian3 economical, as its name implies,
supply of the bags. 25c the package. .The company absolutely guarantees
Post Office Drug Store. j the contents of the jar. if put up in
accordance with directions, to never
spill. The openings in these glass
jars are large and easily filled or
Call at the store and see the jars
and how they are sealed and get a
booklet containing many valuable
household receipts. Price of jars
Pints, per dozen
Quarts, per dozen. .
Holeproof hosiery at Fishel's.
The Knights of Pythias held a mem memorial
orial memorial service yesterday and decorated
the graves of their departed brethren
i Next regular monthly
i tie hM at 8 o'clock Fr
i May 24th. at Yonge's Hall.
; R. N. Do h
K. Sage, Clerk.
. C. C
COXCORDl.A LOI)(;r F. v. of a.
The monthly social of the Ladies' Ail
Society of the Presbyterian church will
be held this afternoon, from 4 to 6
o'clock at the home of Mrs G. S. Scott.
Mrs Inez Rayburn. w
under treatment at the
some weeks, returned to
Dunnellon the other day.
far from well.
in has been
her home in
-econ 1 Th
: s :n
- s i a v
e v e r. i n g o f
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary.
Can furnish from one setting to one
thousand pure bred Rhode Island Red
eggs for hatching at 110 per hundred.
Ed Carmichael, Ocala.
Holeproof hosiery at Fishel's.
Prof. N. I. Gottlieb, state organizer
for the Fraternal T'nion. came in Sat Saturday
urday Saturday from South Florida to spend
Sunday with his wife and daughter at
the Arms House.
OCALA LODGE NO. 28G, I. P. O. E
J. L Holland of Martel. N. S. Rogers
of Leroy, Willie Dreher of Micanopy
and .las. E. Goodfellow of Lawtey
were at the Colonial Sundav.
Dauglas shoes at Fishel's.
Half-Gallons. ;er dozen
Ocala Lodge No. 2s6. Benevolent
Protective -rder f Elks, tnee--ond
and fourth Tue.-day evening
each month. Visiting- brethren al
welcome. Howell M. Hampton. K.
Joseph Bell, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
$2500 to loan on Al real estate se security
curity security at S per cent interest. Address.
P. O. Box 583. city. 3-15-&t
Dauglas shoes at Fishel';
SUCCESSOR TO BAXTER CARX
Saturday night w
ed in a -skin
bro jgnt to ala. confined i
given a hearing before Judg
were engag engag-They
They engag-They were
Conventions heli every Monday
ning in Ca.-tle Hall over Carii-!""igsor-'-
A cord 'al welcome to vi
e "v.-- ; :-- T r; Ferguson. C. C
is. K. Sage. K.
Fruit jars at Fishel's.
(M ALA AERIE NO. 1814, F. O. E.
Ocala Aerie No. 1S14. Fraternal Or Order
der Order of Eagles, meets every first and
third Wednesdays in each month, at 8
p. m.. in Castle Hall. Visiting broth brothers
ers brothers are alwavs welcome.
F. "G. B. Weihe. President.
X. L. Williams- Secretary.
T he aboue phrase is very often mis misused
used misused "out HERE you will find that our
MenkN and RoaMi
ar- in perfect keeping with what your
.). e; -i ri of prime beef is.
What is more, you will find this mar mar-ke?
ke? mar-ke? a splendid example of genuine
:- io!.r.e- while our service is every everything
thing everything that is to be desired.
Reasonable prices. Phone 108.
j W. II. MARSH, Proprietor.
lo Yon Rteei
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OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, IAY 20, 1912
1 1 1.
Mr. H. Van Ilnud, editor
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
My public records shall always be
open for your inspection and my deputies
as well as myself will always accord you
prompt and courteous treatment, and fur further
ther further promise that whatever stimulation
is needed anywhere in the Circuit, be
that in Marion, Sumter, Citrus, Hernando
or Lake county, such stimulant will be
forwarded the same day the request is re received,
ceived, received, provided, however, proper war warrant
rant warrant accompanies the order.
flranss & (Do
j has a
Liquor m a Beverage. Marge
At a recent meeting of the .Seaboard ''V
Medical Association of North Carolina V'
and Virginia, hell at Newport Nc'.v;,
tha following- expressions w-r offer1 "'r
by Dr. Hoy K. Flanagan, of the- .State
Health Department of Virginia:
OrKaoIc I I !- ra Utrmn.
Do typhoid fever, diphtheria, small smallpox,
pox, smallpox, measles. malaria and Bubonic
plague constitute the complete roster
of the important diseases we know
how to prevent? I trow not. Look
about you. What is the matter with
John Smith? Oh! he has the rheuma rheumatism.
tism. rheumatism. What's the matter with Henry
Jones? Oh', he has diabetes. Poor Tom
Brown Is down with Bright's disease.
and will never get up. Will Johnson,
as you all know, has had a stroke of
appoplexy, and Jim Robinson, sad to
relate, has just been taken to Williams
burg with softening- of the brain. Do .They arrived h
Eelleview, May 16. Mr. and Mrs. A.I
Davenport left on the 12th for their j
in Omaha, Ne'X Mr. Davenport
has been here a month visiting his son,
Earl Davenpor: an. I his aunt, Miss j
arah Bos-wort n. Part of the time he
sistt-d his son in the care of their
oecan grow. Mrs. Davenport has j
her-r some wo months and has
it .i herself to all that met her. j
c rr.is.-ed. Mr. Davenport's j
: ::.tr with Mrs. A. C. Davenport'
a : 1 r-.-n.iin some two week more:
her sister, Miss Bos worth.
r Whisenant while plowing for Mr.
e killed a rattlesnake over six feet
The rattler has seven rattles
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gaskin of Shady last
week visited their sister, Mrs. J. A.
Freeman. They brought with them a
15-pound watermelon from the field of
Sam Granger at Lake Weir. Mr.
Granger expected to ship a carload of
melons on the 16th or 18th.
Mrs. Sinclair and grandson of Ocala
have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Rick Rick-ards.
ards. Rick-ards. Some time since the Eelleview library
purchased 100 books in Pittsburg, Pa.
ere on the 10th, having
You ought to realize by Ibis 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.
Marion Maipc3lwaips Co.
been six weeks on the road. Our mer merchants
chants merchants and others are much troubled
by the long delay of goods, etc., in tran transit.
sit. transit. After their patience is about ex exhausted,
hausted, exhausted, a tracer is started and often
the missing articles are found in some
freight house. If the superintendents
would discharge a few conductors and
agents for neglect of duty, in not caus causing
ing causing the goods to be kept moving, the
trouble would to a great extent cease.
Doctor Fleming of Beaver, Pa., Is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weaver.
The doctor is thinking of locating in
Florida, providing he finds a place that
suits him. He took the medical ex examination
amination examination in Jacksonville on the 6th
Ex-Mayor Weihe is spending a few
days at Bushnell visiting his daughter.
Mrs. Sullivan, widow of the Rev.
Joseph Sullivan, a much loved former
pastor of the Methodist church of this
place, arrived on the 11th and is visit visiting
ing visiting Mrs. J. N. Shedd.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. White, with their
two grandchildren, who have been
spending three months at their winter
home in this place, left on the 12th for
their home in Pittsburg, Pa.
Friday night (17th) at the town hall,
the annual entertainment and closing
school exercises will be held. All are
invited to be present.
Saturday a picnic of the school child children,
ren, children, their parents and friends will be
held under the beautiful oaks on the
west shore of Lake Lillian.
A fine crop of oats is being harvested,
some of which have been threshed out
at the Walter Nelson mill, corner East
Front and Calvin streets.
The W. C. T. V. met Tuesday with
Mrs. Weihe. Mrs. Sullivan, the organ organizer
izer organizer of the union, was present. Mrs. A.
L Smith and Mrs. Louis Weihe sang a
duet entitled "As the Day Breaks."
A call to aid the sufferers from the
flood in Louisiana and Mississippi has
reached us. Contributions of money,
food, clothing, etc.. will be gratefully
received. All desiring to aid the home homeless
less homeless and suffering ones will bring their
contributions to a committee that will
be at the town hall to receive the same
on Wednesday, May 22nd, not later
than 3 o'clock in the day, so that the
committee may pack and ship the ar articles.
ticles. articles. If more convenient articles may
be left at the stores any time before
noon or the 22nd.
There is an emancipation day cele celebration
bration celebration and fish fry at the Ramah Bap Baptist
tist Baptist church Monday, May 20. All are
invited to attend. Rev. J. R. Blackwell
is pastor of Ramah church.
On the 1.1th a negro child while pick picking
ing picking blackberries at Santos was bitten
MMIMS m MOLES
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 toi
suit any person for
any purpose desired. Each animal is
guaranteed to be just as represented
and thp nrirp.s to hft as low as can be
had anywhere in the country,
see the mules while you have
number to select from.
HUGH J. NICHOLS
50 West Exposition St. OCALA, FLORIDA
Fixing the Responsibility.
The devil may have had something
to do with the bulk of these diseases;
the Lord, never. You know, and I
know, that these men, cut down in their
prime, but for one common cause would
stand strong and well before us. Di Diverse
verse Diverse as iheir ailments are, the same
thing brought them down, and though
Taboo be written large across the sub subject,
ject, subject, and through commercialism and
greed have built about the practical
consideration of common cause a Chin Chinese
ese Chinese wall, the fact remains that alco alcoholic
holic alcoholic drink is the arch purveyor of
sickness and death Co mankind. Say
what you will, make all the allowance
you please for what has been called the
wild eyed agitator's exaggerated vapor-
ings, but we, we medical men, can
least of all blink the glaring truth
that a disease and death stalk hand in
hand with the use of liquor as a bev
As our physicians are the leaders of
thought concerning the cause and pre
vention of disease we ask that they
give the above careful consideration.
The leading force today that is pre
venting the crystalizing process of
sentiment against the saloon is the li liquor
quor liquor dealers' rally cry, 'Let the people
rule." The Women's Christian Temp Temperance
erance Temperance Union believes that God does
rule, "What is morally wrong can never
be made legally right." Mrs. E. L
"I am not a suffragette. The world
will never have woman suffrage until
the women of the world want it. We
don't want politics. But the only thing
that could drive us into politics is to
demand better laws to protect our chil children."
dren." children." These are the convictions of Dr. Car Carolyn
olyn Carolyn Geibel, the Battle Creek health
expert, as expressed in a speech she
made to a gathering of ladies Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday afternoon in Ira street school. Said
"The laws of our country are lacking.
They don't afford adequate protection
for our children. Why, there are four
laws for the protection of swine to ev every
ery every one for the protection of babies.
Last year half of the babies born died.
If better laws are not given to us, the
time may come when the women will
rise up in a body and demand .suf .suffrage
frage .suffrage in order to get the protection our
children ought to have."
Practical Idea of Needed Philanthropy.
A Chicago judge suggests a new duty
for the courts. He says:
"It is all right for people who do not
come in contact with these classes to
say that there is plenty of work for
the man that wants it, but when a
man is down and out and has no place
to go he needs some one to take an
interest in him and get him braced up
And then the court suggests that
some provision be made whereby it
may assist the unfortunate man: give
him some assistance, although the man
may be down and out and hasn't a
cent to pay a fee. For this duty there
should be, it suggests, an attache of
the court to represent it and the cer certain
tain certain influence it may carry in finding
the man work. The unfortunate man
himself, under such influence and care,
might spruce up, do his work well and
make something out of himself.
Alcohol the Ally of Disease and Death.
Dr. Arthur Evans, of London, in an
address delivered at the annual break break-fact
fact break-fact conference of the National Temper Temperance
ance Temperance League with the British Medical
Association, at Birmingham, called at attention
tention attention to the part alcohol plays n re regard
gard regard to a special group of bacterial in infections
fections infections veneral diseases.
He says, "There is no doubt that even
a little alcohol stimulates the animal
passions; there is no doubt that even a
little alcohol dulls the highest mental
capacities of judgment, of cold, calm,
deliberate purpose; it dulls the sense of
what is right and wrong in a word,
the highest and the best in our cere cerebration
bration cerebration is off the throne, the lower and
the worse rule for the time. To quote
Sir T. S. Clouston, 'As a physiological
fact all these toxins (alcohol, opium,
cocaine, etc.) act first on the power of
control and the moral sense, which are
the highest and latest evolved qualities
"Listen to what that great Englishr
pathologist. Professor Mott, says:
'Drink is not only the cause of a great
number of crimes, but of great misery
and human suffering: it causes disesase
and accelerates and aggravates dis diseases
eases diseases caused by pathogenic organisms,
t. e.. tuberculosis and syphilis; more moreover,
over, moreover, it is the Indirect cause of venereal
infection in a large proportion of th1
"There is no need that I should say
more than give you these quotations
only to emphasie this: These first ef
fects of alcohol on the brain occasion a
j situation of such grave peril that every; IRREGULARITIES.
:oen ought to know of it: time does not!
I permit me to elaborate this subject, so
I crowd my meainmg into a sentence:
hen a young life starts out from the
helter of home to fight the battles that
must be fought and brave the dangers
that must be faced, one of the most
priceless possessions, one of the great greatest
est greatest safeguards he or she can have, is
that of total abstinence from all alco alcoholic
holic alcoholic liquor.
"This, I think, is one of the saddest
things that can be said about alcohol:
that many a life that otherwise would
have kept its purity, but now inhabits
the underworld or our social system,
entered the pathway that leads to the
gutter whilst under the influence of
alcohol; and there, sooner or later In Infected,
fected, Infected, becomes a source of infection to
the other lives trooping that way, lei
on by the king of the carnival Alcohol."
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on the shoulder by a rattlesnake. The
child was taken by car to Ocala, but
died before reaching the station.
C. A. Tremere is at Portsmouth, O.,
having stopped at various points of in interest
terest interest on the way.
On the 14th six crates of cantaloupes
were shipped by George Ross, being the
first shipment from this station.
J. A. Freeman has started to erect
the cemetery building.
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Thomasville, Ga. 4.50 Bainbridge, Ga 5.C3
Boston, Ga 4.50 River Jet, Fla S.M
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