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InourKriit Yecroea are Trying; to Make
Another Haytl Out of Cuba Am Am-erlean
erlean Am-erlean Intervention l Probable
Santiago, Cuba, May 23. The up uprising
rising uprising of negroes against the govern government
ment government is hourly becoming more seri serious.
ous. serious. More than 5,000 negroes have
taken up arms in Oriente province,
and far outnumber the rurales and
troops in that section. While there
have been no open clashes with the
authorities as yet, the section is in a
state of great excitement and terror.
Floyd Shiek and Joseph Bryan, Am American
erican American citizens, complained to United
States Consul Hollaway at Santiago
that they were assaulted and robbed
on the road to Siboney by a band of
armed negroes, who divested them of
everything they had on their persons.
The consul will take the matter up
with the Cuban government.
llenoi Head Revolution at One Point
General Kstenoz is accredited with
being the head and front of the black
rebellion in this section. His first aide
is a mulatto named Ivonet, upon whom
! has been conferred the rank of gen
eral. Yesterday this band descended
upon Firmeha, and took from an iron
foundry there a considerable quantity
of explosives and a number of. horses.
The band has ravaged several small
towns, stealing supplies from the
stores and taking live stock from
farmers and others.
Sending: Troops from Havana
Havana, Cuba, May 23. The govern government
ment government is making strenuous efforts ,to
prevent a spread of the black rebel rebellion
lion rebellion in the outlying provinces. Troops
are being rushed on Santiago and to
points in Santa Clara and Oriente pro provinces
vinces provinces where several thousand blacks,
well armed, are said to have taken the
field, led by Estenoz, who took part in
the war of independence. Twelve hun hundred
dred hundred soldiers were dispatched by train
last night to Santiago, which will be
the base of operations against the re rebellious
bellious rebellious blocks. It is stated that the
blacks have been reinforced by sev several
eral several hundred Haytien negroes, adven
turers who have come from the black
republic to cast their lot with the dis disgruntled
gruntled disgruntled blacks of this country in an
effort to put down white supremacy.
Arms and ammunition have been
smuggled. in from Hayti and landed at
isolated points along the Cuban coast.
American Minister Beaupre has made
demands upon the Cuban government
that the property and rights of Amer American
ican American cili.ens throughout the affected
district be taken care of, and called
attention to the fact that an Ameri American
can American concern, the Juargua Iron and Coal
Company, at Firmeha, has been robbed
of horses and a quantity of explosives
and other supplies which a band under
the rebel general Ivonet confiscated
yesterday. Secretary of State San San-guilly
guilly San-guilly assured Mr. Reaupre that every
possible protection will be accorded to
foreign residents of the island who ob observe
serve observe neutrality, and that the govern government
ment government will make amends to those who
incur property loss.
The government is reticent in giv giving
ing giving information concerning the scope
of the revolt. It is known that small
bands of blacks have armed them themselves
selves themselves and are present in nearly every
province of the island, but that the
main forces are in Oriente and Santa
eifroes Are Well Armed
Washington, May 23. The state de
partment's advices from Cuba say that
the revolutionary movements among
the blacks of the island republic is
more widespread than was at first
thought. The negroes are said to be
well armed and their leaders are
threatening foreign property.
Conflicts between scattered negro
bands and rural guards have resulted
in many casualties among the guards,
who are outnumbered.
More War Craft to Cuba
Washington, May 23. The state de department
partment department is considering sending a war warship
ship warship to Cuban waters because of the
negro uprising, to supplement the'
small naval force now there, embodied
in the little gunboat Paducah and
survey boat Eagle. The gunboat
Nashville is at San Domingo and the
cruiser Montgomery at Rensacola,
within two days' run of Guantanamo,
the center of the insurrection. The
strength of the American naval force
there would prevent any move toward
reckless destruction of foreign prop property.
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To ths People ot Florida:
VIk fiave Him 43 1-2 Per Cent of the Total Vote in the First Primary:
I will print no more of my own composition about Colonel Toomer,
the candidate whom I beat 12.374 votes in the first primary, and whom
I LED in 4 7 out of 4 8 counties in the state, and whom I BEAT in everv
ward in Jacksonville, INCLUDING HIS OWN.
From now on I will use myself as the subject of my newspaper ads.,
knowing that I have chosen a better one.
Colonel Toomer vkeeps on saying that I stole that letter he wrote to
the turpentine men, asking for $S0,muo. and telling them that he was
MAKING THE FIGHT FOR THEM.
I have said that I got the letter in an honorable way from a person
who got it and turned it over to me to use, after exacting a promise from
me that I would not expose him to the malice of men behind Toomer's
Mv word is as good as Toomer's. with this difference MINE HAS
BEEN TESTED and PROVEN GOOD before all Florida, and Toomer's
I DO NOT HAVE TO PROVE HOW I got the letter.
Toomer ADMITTED WRITING IT, and his intention to send it out,
THIS is enough to PROVE Toomer unfit to represent ALL THE
I have repeatedly challenged Toomer to get on the platform with
me, drawing a crowd for him to talk to, which he cannot do himself.
He refuses to meet me face to face, so that the people may size us up
and judge who is right and who is wrong.
So, I will let Toomer alone and talk and write about the FULL
POCKETBOOK, which is the REAL ISSUE in this campaign, which
same Toomer is NOT.
The MONEY is talking for Toomer.
The PEOPLE are talking for me.
I will follow where the people lead this time, as I have done always,
and will always do.
Yours respectfully and hopefully,
SENATOR STOXK'S S RC ASM
DiHtlneulMhed MisMOtirlan Soared the
Republican) and Predicted Suc Success
cess Success for the Democrat.
Washington, May 2:1. Senator Stone
of Missouri yesterday carried out
his purpose of addressing the Senate
on "tlie modern Damon and Pythias,
and correlated subjects pertaining to
"Mr. President," he began, "any man
having even a meagre knowledge of
ancient lore will recall the story of
Damon ami Pythias and the story of
David and Jonathan.
"A few years ago the American peo people
ple people and the civilized world were given
to understond that here in our own
dear country we had a reproduction
of these glorious traditions. We were
led to believe that the combined spirit
of Damon and Jonathan and come out
of their haven of rest and taken ref ref-urge
urge ref-urge in the corpus of Theodore Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt and that the combined spirits of
David and Pythias had in like manner
come to rest on the ample bosom of
William Howard Taft.
"Thus, in happy conjunction, both of
these old stories of ancient lore and
love were reproduced here in this new
world of ours for the edification of the
Senator Stone said it had been a
case of "two souls with but a single
thought, two hearts that beat as one"
until "the slimy and poisonous serpent
of ambition crawled across the path
they were walking and divided them.
Doth had tasted the bitter sweet of
power and liked it over much. Doth
were tempted and both fell.
So, instead of peace we have had
war" the Senator continued, "war
with knives and knives to the hilt. As
a consequence of this ferocious con contest
test contest the country and the world have
been treated to a. series of spectacular
vaudeville stunts in politics without
a parellel in the history of our country
and which I devoutly hope will not be
Senator Stone referred to Senator La
Follette's participation in the cam campaign
paign campaign and continued:
"Passing over the personal and party
aspects of this miserable squabble is it
not truly a sad spectacle we are wit witnessing?
nessing? witnessing? These world-famed Republi Republican
can Republican leaders have been for months cir circling
cling circling the country, abusing each other
like pickpockets in language akin to
the vernacular of a fish market or even
"The world outside looks on aghast,
and the press and the reading public
of "Europe and of enlightened nations
everywhere criticize, cartoon, laugh
Senator Stone read samples "of the
polite exchanges of compliments"
among the three Republican candi candidates.
dates. candidates. He said he must grant that
President Taft. "inately a gentle gentleman,"
man," gentleman," evidently was reluctant and
slow to enter upon "this ruffian fight."
Mr. Stone asserted the last word in
"this black chapter of American his history"
tory" history" would be written at Chicago.
"I say last chapter," he added, "be "because
cause "because I cannot believe that after this
storm of strife and exposures the
American electorate will consent to re return
turn return the Republican party to power."
He declared the Democratic candi candidates
dates candidates were conducting themselves with
dignity and a sense of propriety.
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Mexican Iteltel In Full Flight. o the
Fed era l Say
Washington, May 23. State depart department
ment department representatives in Mexico report reported
ed reported yesterday that the federals have
demoralized the main force under
General Orozco, the rebel leader, to a
greater extent than has been suppos supposed
ed supposed hitherto.
The rebel force is so scattered, it is
stated, that the federals are finding it
difficult to locate the revolutionist
army. It is believed many of the rev revolutionists
olutionists revolutionists have forsaken Orozco fol following
lowing following the defeat suffered by the reb rebel
el rebel commander last week and are mak making
ing making their way either to their homes or
to continue playing the role of revo revolutionists
lutionists revolutionists on some stage less disturb disturbed
ed disturbed by federal troops.
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President Taft Beaten In Hia Home
State Wilson Will Have Seven
Out of the Forty-Eight
Columbus, Ohio. May 23. Incomplete
returns, which are, however, sufficient sufficiently
ly sufficiently complete to show the results of
Tuesday's presidential preferential pri primaries
maries primaries in this state, give Theodore
Roosevelt thirty-two out of the forty forty-two
two forty-two delegates to the republican con convention
vention convention from this. President Taft's
home state. Taft gents ten.
Governor Judson Harmon. on the
democratic side, has thirty-five dele delegates
gates delegates and Governor Wilson seven. Un Under
der Under the provisions made by the demo democratic
cratic democratic party the high man will have
the naming of the six delegates to be
chosen from the state at large.
Senator LaFollette of Wisconsin,
who also had delegates on the repub republican
lican republican ticket, was left far in the ruck by
Taft and Roosevelt. He will not get
a single delegate from this state.
Taft carried his home city, as well
as Toledo and Dayton, but Cleveland
and Columbus went for Roosevelt.
Meant .Nomination of Roosevelt
It is the general opinion here that
President Taft's losing his home state
means the certain nomination of Col Colonel
onel Colonel Roosevelt at the national conven convention.
tion. convention. Rural Vote Wait Light
The rural vote was light throughout
the state. The farmers stayed at
home to plant their crops.
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state, work was generally resumed
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and their helpers in the coal mines.
The men gained a portion of their
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i to transact other business brought
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AGAINST CLAUDE L'EXGI.E
Mr. L'Engle's opponents, those In Interested
terested Interested In his defeat, are trying to
bring It about by charging him with
being a blatant mudslinger and sensa sensational
tional sensational journalist, one appealing to pre prejudice
judice prejudice rather than reason in his con con-trorersles.
trorersles. con-trorersles. Nothing could be further from the
It Is to be expected, of course, that
the men whose crooked deal3 he has
exposed should hate and misrepresent
him, but what excuse can there be for
a Journalist who should be well-posted
and impartial, to make such a state state-'ment?
'ment? state-'ment? It is well understood among: news newspaper
paper newspaper men that a sensationalist is one
who prints any kind of a story in order
to sell papers, and the very sight and
sound of the word 'has come to sug suggest
gest suggest Indecency and scandal.
The sensational paper delights in the
details of shocking murders, of sala
cious divorce cases, but its pages are
nearly always sold to some interest or
other, and seldom does it print any
thing that would enable the people to
safeguard themselves from extortion
or oppression. Whenever it does show
up a corrupt influence, It does so at
the behest of some other influence,
more powerful and often more corrupt
What has L'Engle done to merit the
appelatlon of sensational?
A few years ago the sessions of the
Florida legislature were infested, often
controlled, by swarms of lobbyists.
One In particular had become so in influential
fluential influential and so bold that he did not
deny his calling. He went openly and
brazenly to the state capital, estab established
lished established headquarters, called legislators
Into his lair, told them how to vote,
rewarded those who obeyed him and
made life a burden for those who defied
him. And the newspapers of Florida,
who proclaim so loudly that they are
the sentinels on the watchtowers of
the fortress of the people's liberties,
did they expose this man, or rather
denounce him, for he had become too
notorious to need exposure? No, in indeed;
deed; indeed; they never spoke of his work,
.and when they referred to him per personally
sonally personally they did so In a complimentary
Claude L'Engle, In his paper, the
Sun, told of the infamous work of this
man told the people of Florida from
the Perdido river to Biscayne Bay, and
made his operations so disreputable
that his power was broken and no
legislator dared be seen in his vicinity.
When, after many unsuccessful
trials, the legislators who work for the
interest of the people framed an uni uniform
form uniform text book bill, designed to break
the power of the book trust, and give
the people of Florida school books at
reasonable prices for their children,
and the trust sent highly respectable
agents to Tallahassee, to lobby as cor corruptly
ruptly corruptly If not as offensively as the dis dispenser
penser dispenser of red-top-rye and Tampa cig cigars,
ars, cigars, Li'Engle turned the searchlight on
them and helped to make more easy
the work of the legislators who
. couldn't be bought and wouldn't be in-
In this and many similar if smaller
Issues did Claude L'Engle work with
his pen for the people of Florida.
Financially, he carried on a losing bat-
: tie, for his paper failed, but his work
This is some of what the time-serving
press calls sensationalism.
A Florida man tried to build a rail railroad
road railroad from one Florida town to another.
A railroad corporation that considered
all north Florida Its property, hamper hampered
ed hampered his work and tried to ruin it. He
could obtain no representation in Flor Florida's
ida's Florida's great daily, that claims to print
all the news, but L'Engle told his story
to the world.
A banker fortified in a Gibraltar of
finance tricked two Florida boys out
of their hard-earned savings. In the
courts, they compelled him to disgorge.
Florida's leading dailies were dumb,
but L'Engle printed the story.
The city of Jacksonville, governed
by an oligarchy, suffers from many
evils. The people are over-taxed, their
money Is wasted, they are treated with
insolence by their own hirelings. The
rich and powerful dailies keep mum on
these abuses, but L'Engle's little Dixie
led the movement that shall restore
the people to their own.
The port of Jacksonville, important
to all Florida, Is tied up by a railroad
which virtually controls its entire wa waterfront
terfront waterfront something that Ocala is in interested
terested interested in almost as much as the sea seaport
port seaport city itself. Nobody, except the
few Interested in keeping it quiet,
knew this condition of affairs until
L'Engle's paper told them.
Quack physicians, at regular inter intervals,
vals, intervals, raided the state, taking the peo people's
ple's people's hard-earned money and giving
only empty promises in return, and no
one would expose them until L'Engle
This is what the men who are tryinsj
to defeat L'Engle call sensationalism.
"Perhaps it is. But well would it be
for the people of America if every
Journalist could and would be as out outspoken.
spoken. outspoken. Let the people mark well that
L'Engle has laid his lance in rest
against only the rich and powerful. He
has fought only those who could fiirht
back. He has not profited financially,
but has kept himself poor. He has not
dealt In scandal but in public affairs.
He has not slung mud. but made
charges that his opponents have de denied,
nied, denied, but have not disproved. He has
not printed anything that a gentleman
could not read aloud in the presence of
a lady. How many of the newspapers
that denounce him can say the same?
We saw. the other day, in an ex exchange
change exchange the statement that if L'Engle
went to Congress he would disgrace
the state by his utterances on the tloor
of the House. He would have to be
very rank indeed if he was as offensive
as the corporations' particular pet. the
Hon. Frank Clark.
L'Engle's papers have been no more
outspoken than the New York World is
in national affairs. Why should he be
denounced for that which was praise praiseworthy
worthy praiseworthy in Pulitzer?
Doesn't every citizen of Florida
know that if L'Engle was a sensa sensationalist,
tionalist, sensationalist, making charges without
proof, that he would have been in the
penitentiary long ago? Do they not
know that if his charges against his
opponent In the congressional race had
not a substantial backing that Mr.
Toomer would have had him arrested
ere now for criminal libel? Do they
not resent as an Insult to their intelli intelligence
gence intelligence the statement that he has been
deceiving them these half a dozen
years, during which they have seen re repeated
peated repeated evidences of his bravery and
The Star has had as fair an oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity as any other paper of judging
IEngle's work and merit. Therefore
It has supported him, hopes he will be
elected, and has no doubt that If he Is
he will represent the state with dig
nity and power.
IX THE .MATTER OF DELEGATES
The Wilson candidates for delegates
at large to the national convention are
James E. Alexander, A. J. Ansrle. Mont
calm Broward and W. J. Bryan. Thf :
candidates from the first district are K.
D. Hobbs and P. W. Butler. j
Tt hasn't seemed to the Star that it
made any particular uiuereuco uu(
was elected. The voters have express
ed their preference for Underwood,
and whoever goes to Baltimore is
bound in honor to support him as long j
as there is any chance of his renomi- j
nation. It would be foolish to expect j
any more. I
The Star doesn't think the people at j
large have taken any great concern in
the delegate matter. It believes most
of them took it for granted that it was :
settled when they instructed for Un- j
derwood. The pother about Under
wood delegates has mostly been stirred
nn hv the Wall street bunch, who are
want to see him nominated, but would j
be deeply grieved if he was elected. j
The Star, which is a Wilson paper,
advises Marion county democrats to
vote for Harris and Lambright. who
are Underwood men, and begs to in inform
form inform them that, if elected, they can
vote for any man they see fit for sec
ond choice. We think it is their right
to decide for themselves, and we be believe
lieve believe that if the oher papers of the
state had looked at the matter in the
same spirit the Star does, the result
would not have been changed and
much hard feeling would have been i
spared. What business has the Wall
street bunch to invade this state and
try to hire one set of Florida demo democrats
crats democrats to treat another as perjurers?
The. people of Florida are indebted
to W. N. Sheats more than to any
other official or individual for the
present excellence of our public school
system. Tampa Times.
Mr. Sheats has many friends in Mar-
i f in inn nfi' o y-i .1 1 (1 TIaIIau- v in tho
first primary by over 100 votes. He is
not only considered an excellent edu educator,
cator, educator, but the impression is general
that his defeat eight years aero was
greatly owing to a discreditable trick.
There are some people with enough
foolish sentiment to waste sympathy
on Richeson, the wolf in sheep's cloth clothing
ing clothing who wrought such havoc among
the innocent women whose paths in
life crossed his. For our part, what
sympathy we have in the matter goes
to his victim, Avis Linnell, whose life
he took in cold blood, and to the other
woman whose happiness was wrecked
by this amorous and conscienceless
preacher. Lakeland Telegram.
Same here. If all such unprincipled
libertines were as sternly dealt with,
women's lives and men's 'homes would
The Atlanta park board refused to
prohibit the boys from bathing in the
lake at Piedmont Park on Sundays,
which was a sensible and righteous
We take pleasure in saying to the
'steemed editor of the Pensacola Jour Journal
nal Journal that Mr. Frank Harris has not
spent as much as a postage stamp to
become a delegate to the Baltimore
convention, and re does not intend to.
If the democrats of Florida think him
deserving' of the honor lie will appre appreciate
ciate appreciate it with due acknowledgements,
but if he is elected it must be without
solicitation on his part. Banner.
COLONEL TOOMER AND
Whenever we hear a man boast about
being opposed to "freak legislation,"
we begin to get suspicious of him. Of
course all of us, are opposed to freak
legislation, whatever that may be, but
we don't find it necessary to go around
boasting of it.
The fact that a man begins to ad advertise
vertise advertise his opposition to freak legisla legislation
tion legislation always leads us to inquire what
particular legislation he has reference
to. Nearly all of the Progressive legis legislation
lation legislation of the past ten years was once
called freak legislation. The laws pro providing
viding providing for direct primaries, railroad
commissions, public control of public
service corporations, initiative and ref referendum,
erendum, referendum, pure foods and drugs, con control
trol control of insurance companies, publicity
of campaign contributions and expen expenditures
ditures expenditures all these and many others
have been characterized as freak legis legislation
lation legislation although few people call them
Therefore when Col. W. M. Toomer,
candidate for congressman at large,
tells us that when in Georgia he was
"conspicuous in his opposition to freak
legislation of all kin. Is." and that he
is now "opposed to ill-considered, ex experimental
perimental experimental legislation which is revo revolutionary
lutionary revolutionary and incapable of being har harmonized
monized harmonized with our establised form of
national and state government" when
he tells us all this we are moved to a
feeling of curiosity as to just what he
means by it.
We regret that Col. Toomer could
not be more specific. The terms he
uses are exactly the terms that have,
in the past, been applied to some of
our most desirable and valuable legis legislation.
lation. legislation. They arc the terms which
every reatcoinary and special in interest
terest interest advocate uses when he talks
about progressive reform.
Col. Toomer of course does not 31a r r-ticularize
ticularize r-ticularize as to what he means by
these terms, though it ought to be
very easy for him to do so and we
trust he will do so before the campaign
This affable Jacksonville gentleman
is a new man in Florida politics and j
we have hardly had time as yet to cot ;
his measure. We have not yet been j
able to understand the reason f.-r his
candidacy." lie may have thought that j
Pensacola and West Florida stood a
good prospect of getting a cinre-s- ;
man in the person of J. 1-M. 1 'P.r;en.
That being entirely contrary to the the-Jacksonville
Jacksonville the-Jacksonville idea about such thimr.
Col. Toomer may in consequence have;
been prevailed upon to enter the race i
for the purpose of makinu- VBru-n's :
entry into the second primary impos-i
sible. Or perhaps he really thought
we needed some one in Congress who j
would make himself "conspicuous in ;
op-position to freak legislation." i
But whatever Col Toomer' reas,,r. ;
for entering the race may be. we in insist
sist insist that he should at least tell u-
what he means by 'freak legislation."
The term is capable of so many dif-J
ferent constructions and it is used so I
generally by Corporation lawyers and
special interest advocates. that we j
think, in this instance at least. Col. j
Toomer ought to explain what he
means by it. I
Sick headache results from a dih- J
ordered condition of the stomach, and
can oe eurea Dy the use or Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. T
it. For sale by all dealers.
OB GOODS EARLY
And voil Working storekeeper Hod
Clerk Hsilf to Death atiir atiir-lay
lay atiir-lay Muht.
IU-2ist.-r will be ,,
1.4-1 ies of i ; i. ,-i ti.!
rea-3 and study ..v..
t "Madam, why do
ri post .rder .rder-I
I .rder-I i----- for Sunday un un-un
un un-un Saturday ev-n-
ing your store- sup;
til such late hours
This question to
"Why, Mr. Editor.
. It i:
an. I do not th.-
that pur post-7"
That .-tumpfvi u- for a mono-nt. Then
we asked: "1 you know that the
grocers especially are kept up until
neary midnight Saturdays filling phom phom-orders
orders phom-orders for good.- which they uladly
would have filled earlier in the day
and thereby ben enabled t close up
home, sice;) well and an-e in
time to attend church Sunday mom inn:,
a thini? some of them are debarred
from doinit un lr present conditions?
And then she hedged a bit and said.
"Perhaps it would be following the
'Golden PiUle" if we should think of the
storekeeper, and his clerks and his
horse, winch are kept on tiie go
far into the hours of nmnt. because
we put off ordering our jroods until
the very last moment. I -hall try to
remember that it would be not only
humane in me but it would pay me to
order earlier and get the pick of the
stock and the greater satisfaction all
And so the incident closed, and the
sermonette ends with the hope that
their Saturday thoughtlessness may
not be the cause of vacant pews in
church on the Sabbath!
There are lessons to learn from the
week-days of life.
From the Saturday night throng, 'mid
its hurry and strife.
There are weary heart near us great
truths to make plain
I'll never order groceries Ian
OPEN DY AND MCiHT l
Merchants' Cafe, A. C. U. depot cor- i
a la carte and lunches at j
All traffic was stopped on Front
street near the depot at Belleview, a
few days ago by five automobiles and j
six motorcycles coming together there
at one time. Nobody hurt and all went j
away happy. They had been eating
some of that good ice cream at "The
Oasis." Get the habit.
Do You Rteci
Then buy your Shoes and
Flosiery from this date to
July 15th at
LITTLE'S SHOE PARLOR
and get a discount of
10 PER CENT
on eycry purchase
Spot Cash, Remember
VVe do not know how to keep
W. G. BLANOHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
P. O. liOX 46
OCA I. A. FliA
Warm weather means trouble for
the MEAT MARKET without proper
refrigerator equipment -but HERE
it means that you will obtain your
liUt" R JAbl. .
the same choice condition
as in cool weather for our euuip-
ment is o!
and is absolutely
Splendid" meats- sj
W. II. lIPir, Proprietor.
G. J. PhiLLiPS
Contractor and Builder
and jh' ificat ion.
12! South Third Street
OCALA h LOU DA
WHITE STAU TRANSFER CO.
COLLIER IJROS., PROPRIETORS
Baggasre. Freight. Pianos. Furniture
znd Safes a Specialty. Careful and
Hrompt Attention Given All Orders.
WE SOLICIT YOUR TATR3NAGE
CLIFTON" WILL RULE
OVER SOUTHERN COLLEGE
Sutherland, May 23. The board of
trustees of Southern College have
completed their annual session, which
continued over a ; -rlod of five days.
Prof. W. L. Clifton of Missdssir.rd suc-
I". Hilburn as president,
fton Is elected fur a five-
year t.-rm. aii i Is on his way here
f .! :u : . . b i t University, New York
';:;.-. r- he has been studying, to j
iake .-:.ar-:e. He comes well recom- j
m.-iided. Dr. Hilburn. who resigned
the presidency last December, but has
ta f.I on at the request of the trus-
tees, will remain at the college with j
President Clifton for .-ome months, in- j
strutting the new president in his
The institution now has about 200 j
students on its rolls and many new de- j
partments have been added during the
past few years. j
Rev. T. J. Nixon, presiding elder of
the Ocala district, was elected presi- j
dent of the board of trustees, with A. ;
C. 'lewi of Tampa, vice-president : L L-N.
N. L-N. Pipkin of Mulberry, treasurer, and ;
Rev. S. W. Lawler of Tallahassee, sec-
teach eh s
Prof. G. C. Looney is engaged for
ten days teaching arithmetic. Ten les lessons
sons lessons include all rules of percentage,
commission, insurance, taxes, stocks
and bonds, brokerage, duties, interest,
all rules, simple and compound, bank banking,
ing, banking, discounts, etc.. with proportion
simple and compound, ?iuare-root.
cube-root, measurements, lumber and
land, gauging and any rule requiring
thorough explanation. Address, G. C.
Looney, 62 Fort King avenue, Ocala.
THE HAND WILL GO TO THE LAKE
i Mr. Frank Mathews and about ten i
; members of the Metropolitan Band will
; go to Lake Welir Friday afternoon on
ithe A. C. L special train to leave here
at 4 o'clock; and will compose the or orchestra
chestra orchestra to supply the music through
th ev.ninsr for the ,? ian
! Those who go to the lake in private
j conveyances can buy dinner tickets at
Jthe Court Pharmacy for 75 cents each,
j or can pay at the club houe that
J night. Those desiring to go on the ex ex-jcursion
jcursion ex-jcursion without dinner can obtain rail
road tickets for 75 cents for the round
FOR SALE, IMPORTED
SPANISH PEANUT SEED.
Blue ribbon winners at two succeed- i
ing fairs, and will mature two weeks
earlier than other varieties. Can be i
planted as late as July 15th, j
F. W, Ditto.
WHAT TEXAN'S ADMIRE
is hearty, vigorous life, according to
Hugh Tallman, of San Antonio. "We
find." he writes, "that Dr. King's New
Life Pills surely put new life and ener energy
gy energy into a person. Wife and I believe
they are the best made." Excellent
for stomach, liver or kidney troubles.
25 cents at Tydings & Co's..
TYPE FOR It A nit IT 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
market. The price is 10 cents a pound.
Cook your next roast In a paper tag,
and get the bag from the Post Office
Drug Store. 25c. the package.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Merchants' Cafe, A. C. D. depot cor corner.
ner. corner. Meals a la carte and lunches at
G. A, Carney returned Friday after afternoon
noon afternoon from Hot Springs, where he went
several weeks ago for his health. On
the return trip he passed through the
Mississippi flood district and for a
number of miles the water was nearly
up to the car steps. In the towns he
passed through the water was half way
up the doors of some of the houses and
only to the steps of others and dead
cows and hogs were seen floating. No
more trains were run over this route
until the water went down. Leesburg
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
VKKM1FUGE 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. At their meeting Monday night the
city council approved the proposition
i fur i.-alling an elei-thoi to vote bonds to
the amount of ?o0.000 for a seweraae.
system. A meeting will he held Mon Monday
day Monday night to pass the bonding ordi ordinance.
nance. ordinance. Leesbu rg Commercial.
Don't you think when you go to have
your pictures made that you'd better
s;o to a studio that will give you the
best work? Certainly. Then come to
to the Ocala Photo Co.
Do not leave
any standing water
about your yard.
particularly rain wa-
j ter hundreds and thousands of mo
L,Mlitn(W aPA fhA PMIllt.
s-iuitoes are the result.
There is a man in II!!ton!a. Ga.,
whose release from pain and suffering
is due to'Foiey Kidney Tills. He re-
"I suffered with
kidney trouble recently and had awful ;
pains in my back. I got a bottle of!
Foley Kidney Pills and after taking j
them I am entirely cured and cheerful-'
iy recommend them to all." Sold by j
the Anti-Monopoly Lrug Store. j
of melons from thi thi-hlppeil
hlppeil thi-hlppeil tomorrow. W.
it the car from V. It
I 'en n n -; t on Co. o
1 '. "owart ic.im
1-Tris for It. H
veral ars will be hip
1 you feel
d does not digest well
ie." tired and discour-
d. you should use a little HEP.RINC
'-dtirne. U opens the bowels, puri-
- system and restores a fine feel feel-heal;
heal; feel-heal; h and energy. Price Sue.
y all druggists.
" i i :u- :een asrnt
K; r-- Company
ars. left yesterday to
Sr Vera i
a---ep: a similar position a: St. p
our.. He is su -eeled by V II.
d. n of rmat:!h. Mrs. Miller and
will remain .in Le'-sburg for some
Now is the ti:
n applioat; in
s merits. Trv
ne to zet rid of your
u will find Chamber Chamber-w
w Chamber-w o r. d e r f u 1 1 y effective,
will convince you of
it. For sale bv ail
I'auglas shoes at Fishers.
Children's dresses at Fishers.
Two Phones, 16 and 174
1E(GULM $10 AMD $15 SUITS
HAVE 500 SUITS, late styles, attractive designs, in all of
I the popular shades and finishes, fit and workmanship
! guaranteed, that I
astonishingly low price of $7.50.
I am going to New York in a few days to buy another
line. I want the money out of these, suits and I want the
room, so you can reap the benefit. Such bargains cannot be
matched anywhere in the state.
Everything guaranteed just as stated or your money
will be refunded without a question.
I want to impress upon the public that I have no con connection
nection connection whatever with any other store in town.
If you are ready for your vacation, remember that I am
headquarters for Trunks of all sizes and prices; Suit Cases,
Hand Bags, Etc. Cheap, medium price and high grade goods.
The largest and best stock in the city.
You'll find many other things you will need at prices
that will astonish you when you come to my place.
CALA PAWN SHOP
B. GOLDMAN, Proprietor
West Side of Square Ocala, Florida
COTTON' PL N'T
Cut ton Plant, May Mi-s Carrb
Bar co left last Friday for a vi.-it with
relatives at ('rj-rv,, Kathleen and Fort
Mrs. V. K. Veal ha- returned to
Cotton Plant after a delightful visit
with relatives in ocala and Martel.
Mrs. Dr. Veal was a caller in Cotton
Plant last Monday.
Mr. C. II. Veal and wife attend-1
preaching at Martel lat Sunday.
oKs i)Ke t.'ie Ta.nv sea-on i- a
This is tin- w-ather for gra-s.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Woodward v. sit
ed Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hro-.ks la-t Sur,
Mr. and Mrs. I M. Parco mad
business trip to ala Saturd iv.
J. II. Tinl-y, Waynesboro. Ga..
d f r years w r rheumatism
Ir.ey and hlalder trouble. "1
jken -everal different kinds of
me. I t:
i j u r.o r-i.t-r unta l took
ey Pills. -, h'.ch have cured
r-k tr.ern the best remedy
and bladder Trouble and for
maiism." Soli at Tne Anti-Mo-
NOTICK. NOTH.K. NOTU'K.
Notice is her-by given that, ten day.-
from dte hereof. I, IP
will make application to t
Pen b. w.
k ':e i
f pardon for
or Fior- i
ua. at i allana-see.
having been tried and con
mn.-iauuhter in the May ter
circuit court, the fifth jadhh
of Florida. for Marion '-j.;
sentenced to eighteen months
labor m tne .-tat penitentiary.
Hugh Denbovv, Petitioner
C. II. Alston, Attorney for Petitioner.
ggg I IPQ(DQ3EP
J iC&j3 Six? 35 effltyfo
will sell. Your choice of the lot at the
And They Do When They
Come to Our Store
We spare no pains in trying to please
them and make tlinm feel at home.
That's the reason all the children like us and as
a ivsult you always see them in our store.
Send a note by them and you will find they will
sM fifp the best of attention and you will get just
what you ordered.
The Court Pharmacy
The Drug Store on the Square
OCAltA EV&Elcf STAR, THURSDAY, MAY 23, 191
WHY YOU SHOULD BAM WITH
Tine Comnraerciall Bamik
I'lru Its shareholders are all home people, business men, professional
mm an.1 farmer.-. Their interests anJ yours are mutual. The bank's profit
remain riht here in the community for the upbuilding of our town and
Ol II rKUTIFICATKS HEWt FOLK I'KK tKXT ITKHKST
Se-onlt Its business Is governed with conservatism. Speculation plays no
part in it. conduct. It fo.ster.-i and encourages home enterprise.-?, all of which
rnak- for soundness and .satisfactory bank service.
Your Chance to
Our Introduction Sale offers un unusual
usual unusual values in all kinds of women's
and men's fine
Come and see the goods we offer
at prices reduced to the lowest limit,
then you'll know that
Yonir Dollars Go
Seeing is believing; you had better see,
hadn't you ?
ocala house; block
if FULL -:''' 'S
M ROUND SHAPE WfeH
M RESILIENT BK
Easily Fits Any Quick Detachable Rim
JVo Tools Required
IN STOCK BY
A, G. GATES
30 X. MACJXOLIA ST,
Happy the girl, or woman, who has never suffered from
any of the diseases of womanhood! Or, if she has been a
sufferer, happy is she if she has learned of the wonderful
benefits of Cardui, the woman's tonicl
Cardui is a gentle, tonic remedy, for women's ailments.
It is a natural medicine safe, harmless, purely vegetable.
It has been in successful use for more than 50 years. It
has cured thousands. It should do the same for you.
M)U 1 WomaiftTonic
Mrs. Mary Neely, of Denver, Tenn., says, "I think
there is no tonic on earth, as good as Cardui. I used It
with the very best results. I had backache and nearly
everything a woman could suffer with, until I took Cardui.
Now, I feel better than I have for two years. I shall
always recommend Cardui to other suffering women. I
can't praise it too highly. As a medicine for weak, tired,
worn-out women, Cardui is safe and reliable. Try it, today.
Wrttt to: Ladies Advisory DepL. Chattanooga Medicine Co. Chattanooga. Teas,
lor Eptdal Instructions, and 64-pate book. "Home Treatment for Women," tent tre. 56
Fruit jars at Fishel's.
New shirt waists at Fishel's.
Moose meet this evening.
Woodmen meet tomorrow evening.
Ladies dresses at Fishel's.
C. Groves autot-d to Leesbursr
f. W. McLean of Larj:
Ocala Mouse todav.
was at the
Your la t photo didn't do you Justice.
It wasn't taken at the Ocala Photo Co.
Rev. L. II. Warren of Lake City
the Ocala House.
OF THE SEASON
The first carloads of cantaloupes
will lt-ave this county tomorrow, two
carloads being loaded today. F. G.
Keeney of Anthony is loading one and
J. N. Tiller of Martin the other. They
were both bought by M. O. Coggins Co.
of FMttsburg for $3 per crate. After to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow carload shipments of 'lopes
will go forward in a hurry as many
of the growers will begin shipping
now. It is said nearly fifty carloads
of watermelons went forward from
this territory from .Bushnell to Web Webster
ster Webster in today's loading alone. The
melons are large but none too ripe.
SUXDAY SCHOOL PICN'IC
AT ORANGE SPRINGS
V. P. REYNOLDS
Dr. E. (I. Peek's office phont la No.
4H; bin reoldenre phone, No. 301.
Mr. Ed A. Haley of Clearwater is in
the city, a guest of the Ocala House.
Mr. C. I'. Reynolds, aged 21. died this
morning at the residence of his
brother. Mr. M. L. Reynolds. The body
was prepared for burial by Messrs. C.
V. Roberts and Sam Pyles. of the un undertaking
dertaking undertaking Arm of Mclver & MacKay.
The remains will be taken to Lynne.
I where the funeral will take place at 3
o'clock this afternoon. Mr. Sam Pyles
will be in charge.
Dr. A. I.. Illalock, phyMlelan, ffice
phone No. :!: reltlenee phone, 132.
Miss Irma Tafft
of New York
Pleasant furnished rooms for lis
housekeeping. tiC Oklawaha avenue.
Miss Bettie McDowell of Miami is
5 ht-5 18
Kodak finishing done
the Ocala Photo Co.
by experts at
HOl sKWARMIXG AT THE LAKE
The Lake Weir Yacht Club's house house-warming
warming house-warming will be held tomorrow after afternoon
noon afternoon and evening at Kastlake. Spe Special
cial Special excursion via the A. C. L. Railway
leaves here at 4 o'clock. Supper, mus music
ic music and dancing, moonlight rides on the
lake, bathing, etc.. is on the prsoram.
Fine Time PromUed for the Children,
and Old Folk. Next Friday
Announcement was made in all of the
Sunday schools in Ocala Sunday of
the big union Sunday school picnic that
will be held tomorrow. May 24th. at
Orange 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
25 cents, and all over twelve can go for
50 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 will be quite a convenience for
the people who can not go on the early
morning train. The officials of the
Ocala 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
will be left on the siding so that every
one can find shelter in case it rains.
Orange Springs furnish a fine 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 the largest Sunday school picnic
from Ocala in many years.
i : .i
Ol' DO NOT NEED AN INVITATION"
I .wr. anu .wrs. j. v. w agnon oi t ort
McCoy were at the Colonial last night.
i Geo. C. Dame of Inverness was at
the Ocala House last night.
FOR SALE One pair
tine mules, wagon and
J. Wilson, Citra, Fla.
good turpen turpen-harness.
harness. turpen-harness. W.
J. C. navant, Jr.,
yer of Brooksvllle,
'House- last night.
Many people seem not yet to under-
: stand that the yacht club wants any
white and respectable person to come
i down tomorrow. They will prepare
dinner and entertainment for 300 and
230 of those are expected from Ocala.
There will not be much to eat for over
that number, but there will be room on
the train, and the air and water down
there is fine, so go and take your
bathing suit. You do not need to be
a yacht club member, nor do you need
an invitation your welcome will be
ANOTHER GREAT SUBJECT AT
THE AIR DOME THIS EVENING
a prominent law law-was
was law-was at the Oeala
We guarantee to teach you now to
use your Kodak. Brlns your films to
the Ocala Photo Co.
IDEAL AMI SE1ENT
Messrs. W. L. Baxley and S. L. Mc-
: Knight of Istachatta were at the Ocala
"House last night.
$2500 to loan on Al real estate se security
curity security at 8 per cent Interest. Address.
P. O. Box 583, city. 5-15-6t
Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Martin of Wild Wild-wood
wood Wild-wood were guests of the Ocala House
If you are in a hurry for your pre prescriptions,
scriptions, prescriptions, try tiie Court Pharmacy's
quick delivery system.
Mrs. Jno. D. Robertson entertained
at bridge yesterday afternoon in
compliment to Miss Or-ace Hatchell.
T.he Ideal Theater this afternoon ami
evening will show five reels of pic pictures,
tures, pictures, but the regular prices of admis admission
sion admission will prevail. The two extra reels
of the Flinn and Johnson training
quarters were secured at considerable
expense, and everyone should see them.
The little theater was well filled last
night, and everybody present enjoyed
DANCE AT SILVER SPRINGS
There will be a dance at the Silver
Springs pavilion Friday night. May 24.
Everybody invited. Come and enjoy
MATINEE AT THR IDEAL
Mrs. J. Q. Ferguson returned yester yesterday
day yesterday evening from a two weeks visit to
T. B. Lanier, the Lake county poli political
tical political wizard, was at the Ocala House
Hereafter the daily afternoon mat matinee
inee matinee at the Ideal Theater will com commence
mence commence at 3:43 and the doors will be
open at 3:S0. Three full reels will be
run at each matinee. General admis admission
sion admission 5 cents to afternoon performances.
The third of the two-reel features
that will be run at the Air Dome will
be shown tonight. This picture is a
splendid reproduction of the customs,
dress and manners that were in vogue
during the time of Christ. It is a pic picture
ture picture full of historical interest. It is
said that more costly costumes are
used in the making of this picture
than in any ever reproduced. In this
picture there is interwoven a very
beautiful love story. There will also
be a fine comic.
Last night the usual large crowd
went out to the Air Dome and thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly enjoyed the pictures.
Tonight's program is as follows:
"She." This is the two-reel feature
that has no equal in costly reproduc reproduction.
tion. reproduction. "Hubby Does the Washing." Billy
Quirk is featured in this. and he
makes a big hit.
E N T E R T A I N ME N T
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is the safest of aU places in which to keep your icsarczce
policies and other valuable papers.
THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK
SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS
are fire, burgular and moisture proof. Yoa caa reel a
box in them for as little as $5.03 a year and we hcaiY cf
no other investment you can make which will save yea
so much worry, inconvenience and possible loss.
CAPITAL FI LLY PAID IN fT34M
II. D. STOKES, Cashier.
EDWARDS. Pres. CLARENCE CAMP. Vice. Prn.
Next Thursday night, May 30. the
Junior Civic League will give a most
interesting entertainment at the Tem Temple
ple Temple Theater-at which a charge will be
made. The proceeds of the evening
will go towards fixing up one or two
small parks In the city, which good and
much needed work the Junior League
will undertake. A full program will
appear in a day or two.
We have just received a carload
of Cypress Lumber Boards 10 and 12
inches wide 2x4 and 6x6 posts All
Good Heart Cypress for fence material.
You can build that fence now, we
have just the material yoivve been
Ocala Lumber & Supply Co.
'Everything that Goes Into the Construction of a Building."
Office and Yards:
Corner Osceola and Henry Streets.
Get your prescriptions filled by Reck
at the Court Pharmacy and know they
The Ocala Ilouse is erowded with
guests, mostly commission men, every
Mr. W. T. Bodiford, the enterprising
drug salesman of Gainesville, is in the
city, a guest of the Ocala House.
Over half the regular pa.seger.s
who leave Ocala in hw morning on
Sunnyjim are traveling men, phosphate
men frju other gentlemen given to
smoking, and they generally fill h&
smoking compartment of the white
coach jam full. A day or so ago a
new coach, tialf of which is set aside
fni smokers, was put on this run, and
so far as Ocala is concerned It will
be agreeable 10 the traveling puhllc if
it is kept on.
Following are the meteorological
conditions that prevailed during the
twenty-four hours up to noon today:
Celar, south wind.
Minitru mtemperature, 66 degrees.
5a.vlmum temperature, 90 degrees.
Generally fair tonight and Friday.
Mrs. Leon Griggs and children of
Oxford are spending a few day with
Mrs. Grigg's sisters. Mrs. B. F. Bor Borden
den Borden and Mrs. A. P. Qilmore.
Don't fail to see those beautiful
hand-made shell bags at A. E. Bur Burnett's
nett's Burnett's jewelry store. 5-23-3tct
Messrs. F. L. Ross of Gaiter and W.
X. Brass of Holder were at the Ocala
House last night.
George Davis, Jr., who has been quite
sick with fever for some days, is recovering.
FOR RENT Four room flat; also,
cottage of seven rooms, electric Rights
and bath; near primary school. Mrs.
R. D. Fuller.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hall were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. S. I1. Hollinrake on a
pleasant little jaunt to Orange Springs
t od a
Mr. W. Miller, who is quite an artist
among other accomplishments, has
taken a number of kodak sketches of
the camps made by his party, with Mf Mf-Ted
Ted Mf-Ted Drake, in surveying the rut tor
the Ocala Xorthern Railway from Pa Pa-latka
latka Pa-latka to Jacksonville. The pictures
taken are remarkably clear as well as
interesting. The surveying party ran
the lines from Palatka clear to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville and it is only a matter of time
when the rails will follow.
Mr. Jos. E. Wilson, the enterprising
young Remington typewriter salesman,
is at the Ocala House on his regular
Rexall Cold Tablets do the work.
Can give you the formula if you like.
2.1c. the package at the Post Office
Mr. W. X. Sheats of Lakeland, lead leading
ing leading candidate for etate superintendent
of public instruction, was at the Ocala
At the Ocala Photo Oo. we develop
your films free if bought from us.
The condition of Mr. W. V. Xewsam.
Jr., for the last twenty-four hours has
not been so favorable as for the past
Going to the lake tomorrow? Well
everyone else is going to attend the
housewarming of the Lake Weir Yacht
Club. Excursion via special train".
j leaving here at 4 o'clocH,
All members of the Junior Civic
League are requested to meet at the
home of the director Saturday morning
at 9 o'clock for practice for their en
tertainment, Mabel Meffert. Pres.
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Savage, Jr., went
out to Juliette this morning to meet
Mrs. Nanette Jones, who came in on
the A. C. L. excursion from Alabama,
to visit her uncle and aunt, Mr. and
Mrs. B. H. Xorris, Jr. Mrs. Jones Is
originally from Brazil.
Miss Ophelia Sawtelle gave a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant and genuine country picnic supper
on Capt. Pyles' farm to a number of
her Ocala friends the other day. Coun Country
try Country air and country fare made the oc occasion
casion occasion unusually pleasant. Her guests
were Mrs. Belle Dean, Misses Elizabeth
and Blanche Mizelle and Hallle Ley
and Messrs. W. B. Gallagher. B. N.
Dosh, George Blitch, James Pyles and
Dr. Herbert Count.
Rev. Mr. Stevens of Plant City ad addressed
dressed addressed the Ocala Baptists at their
prayer meeting last night and made an
excellent impression. During his stay
in the city, he was the guest of Dr. and
Mrs. E. Van Hood.
Qeo. C. Crawford, formerly of this
city but now of Ocala, was Tenewlng
acquaintances in Gainesville Tuesday.
re you interested in paper bap
cooking? If so come to us for your
supply of the hags. 25c the pickage.
Post Office Drug Store.
Mr. Walter Ray, the big naval stores
operator, mill man and railroad owner
of Martel. was at the Ocala House today.
Can furnish from one setting to one
thousand pure bred Rhode Island Red
I egtrs for hatching at $10 per hundred.
Ed Carmichael, Ocala.
Round trip excursion to Eastlake to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow via the A. C. L. special train,
dinner at the Lake Weir Yacht Club's
new home, dancing and music, boat
rides, bathing, etc.. is prosrram for to tomorrow,
morrow, tomorrow, Friday afternoon. Get your
tickets at the Court Pharmacy,
The special train on the A. C. I
Railway will return from Lake Weir
tomorrow night, after the festivities
of the evening are concluded. You will
enjoy yourself if you go down.
A long freight train of sixty-flve
cars passed south on the Seaboard this
morning. Car Inspector Shuey said
the engine reached Santos as the ca caboose
boose caboose left Ocala. but maybe he exag exaggerated,
gerated, exaggerated, just a little.
Messrs. Laurie Izlar and Rea Fergu Ferguson
son Ferguson are expected home in a few days
from Spartanburg. S C where they
are attending college.
The northbound Coast Line train
was an hour and 36 minutes late today.
Parker Lucky Curve Fountain Peps
in any style or shape. A large assort- j
ment to select from at the Court Pharmacy.
ECONOMY FRUIT JARS
THE CtRX-THOMVS STORE HAS
Mrs. Guy W. Toph of Lakeland, has
arrived on account of the serious i 1 1
jness of Mrs. A. R. Toph. at the Hal Hal-Icyon
Icyon Hal-Icyon Sanitarium. While herti Mrs.
jin stock the famous Economy Fruit
iJars in pints, quarts and half-gallon
j sizes. This jar seals Itself automat automatically
ically automatically by the heat of the boiled fruit
Toph is visitins her !.ters. the Misses ;or egetaoies to De canned has no
Hutchinson. Beach Place. Tampa Tri- rubber band to deteriorate and allow
bune. the fruit to spoil is simple, durable
When in Jacksonville stop with Mrs.
E. L. Maloney. at the Girard. No. 11
East Duval street, just off Main. Beat
! 7. room in in city.
and economical, as its name implies.
! The company absolutely guarantees
; the contents of the jar. if put up in
j accordance with directions, to never r ala relatives.
Jake Klein Is having great success
with his spring reduction sale. His
store has been crowded every day with
shoppers, taking advantage of the low
prices for fine goods. Jake and his
clerks have been kept on the Jump, but
they have been equal to the occasion
and sent all the customers away satis satis-fled
fled satis-fled and well supplied.
.. -r 1 1 1 1 t
.Mrs. Ij. m. Jones, wno nas ueeu visn- :
ing her sister, Mrs. P. V. Leavengood j
for the past week, left over the Ocala j
Northern this mornlns: for St. Augus- j
tine, where she will visit relatives for j
a short time before returning to her j
home in Milledgeville, Ga. (
The third round in the ladies' golfj
handicap was played at the Country
Club Wednesday afternoon. The con-
test was for a handsome cup which j
was offered to the lady members of the
club by Mrs. Clarence Camp. Mrs. j
Frank Drake made the highest score j
for the three rounds and was declared
the winner. Mr. Drake won the Gilles
pie cup recently played for by the sen- j
Mrs. R. W. Sistrunk of Bay St.
Louis. Miss., passed thru town today,
on her way for a visit to her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. L B. Sanders at Brooks Brooks-vilie.
vilie. Brooks-vilie. She was met and greeted at the
Coast Line station by -Grandma"
Sander. Mrs. Blake and others of her
A GREAT HOUSE FURNISHING
Following are just a Few of the Thousands of
Articles Carried in oar Great 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
Iloll and Flat Top Desks, Typewriter Desks, Stenographer
Desks, Office Chairs, Stools, Sofas, Etc
For the Dining Room
Handsome Hound or Square Extension Tables, Dining Chairs,
Itugs, Sideboards and Chiffoniers, BouJTete, China Closets, China
Dinner Sets, Lumps, Fine Table Linen, Etc.
Handsome Mahogany, Oak, Willow or Mission Otiairs, Straight
Hacked or Ilockers, Tables, Sofas, Lamps, Rugs and Carpets, Pic Pictures.
tures. Pictures. Bedroom Furniture
lleautiful Dressers and Wash Stands in Golden Oak, Blrdseje
M:iplo or Mahogany. lleautiful Iron and Brass Beds in over Fifty
Different Varieties and l'rices. Hugs and Mattings, Chiffoniers and
Wardrobes, Toilet Sets, Blankets, Comforts and Linens.
For The Pantry and Kitchen
Handsome Refrigerators and Ice Chests in Several Different
Makes and Styles and any Size or Price Desired. Stoves and Ranges
in Either Wood or Oil Burners. Kitchen Cabinets and Tables.
Anything Desired in Silverware for the Table, Cutlery and
Sissors in our Hardware Department; Shotguns, Rifles and Ammu Ammunition;
nition; Ammunition; 1 ire Sets, Screens and Irons, Etc.
Carriage and Harness Dept
Buggies, Carriages and Wagons for all Purposes, Harness, Sad Sad-Doihestic
Doihestic Sad-Doihestic and Imported, Art Squares, Mattings, Etc., in the Coutnry.
dies, Iap Robes, Whips and Everything for the Horse or Vehicle.
McIVER & MacKAY
PHONE 47 North Magnolia St. OCALA, FLA.
The Brom Impolite Tire Pomp Have time, money, luhT, laa
nark and Mrong; lan?nKe. By ttlmpljr removing a park plmg mu mt mt-taeblnK
taeblnK mt-taeblnK pump eonneetlon It Immellately fill your tlrea frttfc re fresfc
air with power from the engine of jour auto. Moat woderfl lTa lTa-tlon
tlon lTa-tlon of the ajce. No experiment. Sattnfartlon guaranteed. We r Flor Florida
ida Florida Mate agenta. Let ua hare your order now. Price complete, flS.
KNIGHT & LANG
i spill. The openings in these glass
steven went to Lakelan J j jars are large and easily filled or
out win iroiatiy return
1. 1 i
Saturday for his family, which remains j
the guest of Mr. an-1 Mrs. Isaac Ptev-I Cal1 at the 5tore and see the jars
jand how tney are seated and get a
j booklet containing many aluable
household receipts. Price of jars
Pints, per dozen $1.0O
After you have ha.l a row ana life ;
looks mighty blue, send her a box of'
Norrls candy and she'll again love j
you. Get it at the Court Pharmacy.
Mr. T. H. Harrison of Jacksonville,
traveling: freight agent of the Clyde,
is among the enterprising men drawn
to the city by the watermelon business.
He is at the Ocala House.
per dozen . 1.50
Miss Ilettie Mrlver went to her Lake
"Weir home today, accompanied by Miss
Annie Atkinson, who will be Miss Mc Mc-Ivfr'.
Ivfr'. Mc-Ivfr'. ?uest for some days.
Rev. J. E. L-y returned from Suther Sutherland
land Sutherland today.
Mrs. A. Y. Strur.k and friend. Mtss
Haver.skatte of Valdo.-ta. went to
Lake Weir this afternoon to viit Mrs.
R. L. Martin.
Mr. F. M. Harp, the Eureka turpen turpentine
tine turpentine magnate, was in town today.
Mr. Frank F.hlert and Mrs. Mary K.
Proctor were married by Juds;e Eell !n
his office this afternoon.
Men's and boy's suits at Fishel's.
Commercial Bank Building, Ocala, Fla.
The only spccailizcd Business College in Cenlral Florida
REDUCED SUMMER RATES
$35.00 for life scholarship. Commercial or Sinography coarse.
$25.00 lor fifteen weeks' vacation course.
Visit the College and investigate. Telephone 451
H. H. Arnslon, A. B., W. P. Garrett.
President. Prln. Coa'l Dept.
OCAIiA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, MAY 23, 191
j church service here.
and sing selections
Not being in time for
mary,. I have come, to the
the earnest solicitation
to become a candidate
furnish the people of
the first pri pri-conclusion
conclusion pri-conclusion (at
of my friends)
from now on to
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.
; MAURICE STRAUSS,
aFUTS a AUGER
Nobody can do good work wtth poor tools. A poor
mechanic can do better work with good tools Hian a good work workman
man workman con da with poor tools. So as much or more depends on
the tools as the man; besides good tools save time.
Realizing this as we do, all ot our goods o! this kind
are of the best standard makes and fully guaranteed. You can
pay less of course, but you get cheapness and not satisfaction,
good work or much of anything else.
We have a complete stock of augers and bits, and plain
8 and 10 inch rachets and ball bearing braces.
IVEaiiPioint Hardware Co.
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 top
suit any person for
any purpose desired. Each animal is
guaranteed to be just as represented
and the Drices to be-as low as can be
had anywhere in the country,
see the mules while you have
number to select from.
Suc'!f ul anil 1 n t nwt I v- Clinj Kx- j
ircNm of I bp Hellrviett
' P.elleview, May -2. At a special
; meeting of the town '-.unc-il held on
the 10th to eanva-j the votes for of-
' fleers cast at the ele-etion held May 7,
j the following persons were declare
; elected, viz: B. F. Freer, mayor; L. :
Legrand Hopkins, cleric and treasurer;
M. A. Dudley, assessor; A. I Nott, col-!
! lector of taxes, each for one year; J. j
IJ. Nelson, J. A. Freeman, J. D. Lyles
! each for two years.
It was voted that in future the reg regular
ular regular meetings of the council be held
on the third Tuesday of each month.
Rev. J. L. Jones has purchased from
the Methodist society one and one one-half
half one-half lots of the parsonage land facing
on Third street and has commenced
improvements by repairing the barn
and intends soon to erect a dwelling.
Mr. Joseph Millsom has had built an
addition to his tenant house on Foss
The trial of J. It. Sutton for breach
of the peace was held before Judge
Hopkins on the 17th. A verdict of
guilty was returned. Placed under
$500 bond to keep the peace for one
year, or in default thereof be com committed
mitted committed to the county jail for three
months. Sutton was defended by Judge
Gober, the state by Edwin Spencer, Jr.
A. M. James of Ocala has been visit visiting
ing visiting Col. Edwin Spencer.
The annual entertainment of the
school children, held at the town hall
the night of the 17th. was a success in
every respect. 'Die hall was filled to
overflowing. 'Die children took their
parts excellently well, showing they
Mad been thoroughly drilled by the
competent teachers. Professor and Miss
Callie Rickards. The march could not
be excelled by adults. The music by
Miss Callie Rickards was delightful,
(which is true of all her playing). The
hall was handsomely decorated with
flags, bunting. immense palms, etc.
There was not a break or discord to
mar the pleasure of the evening.
The following songs by the entire
school, viz: "Vacation Days." "A Hun Hundred
dred Hundred Years to Come." "Far Away."
"Cheer Boys Cheer."
Piano solo, "A Southern Dream"
Song, "Won't You Come to My Tea
Party" Edith Stanley.
Song. "I'll Take Care of You, Grand Grandma"
ma" Grandma" Lorena Freeman and J. X. Field Fielding.
ing. Fielding. "Kissing Papa Thru the Telephone"
"You Can't Play in My Yard" Minnie
Tremere and Lucile Brown.
"Geography" John, and Harry Har Har-rell.
rell. Har-rell. Invocation by Tie v. Mr. Bane.
Those delivering recitations were:
Jessie MeClendon. Harry Jones, Roy
Bindsey, J. P. Carter, David Stanley.
Kenneth Merrill, Joe McAllister. Er Ernest
nest Ernest Xott, Clifford Proctor. Charlie
Anderson, John Harrell, Munroe Brown,
William Fielding. Otto Saltzwedel, Vir Virgil
gil Virgil Proctor, Ruth Ritter, Mary E. Stan Stan-le'y.
le'y. Stan-le'y. Ruby MeClendon. Billie Goolsby.
Gwendolyn Merritt. Willie M. Stanley.
Myrtle Maier, Edna Duensser. Gladys
Maier. Dessie Ritter, Grace Stanley,
Eva MeClendon. Gertrude Carter.
Those delivering essays were Willie
Ritter. "School Days": Harry Harrell.
Dialogue. "Six Bit tie Marks from
School" John Ritter, Byr.m MeClen MeClendon.
don. MeClendon. Mill McAllister. Dogmar Sjoberg.
Fletcher Proi-tor. Edith Stanley.
Debate: Resolved that more can be
learned from travel than from books.
Affirmative. Virgil Proctor, Harry
Harrell: negative. Ruby MeClendon.
Mary Gale. The affirmatives won.
The hoop drill consisted of nine
girls and nine boys, using patriotic
colors, marching, forming figures, etc..
all to music.
.Professor and Miss Callie Rickards
were ably assisted by Mrs. John Har Harrell
rell Harrell anil Miss Borena Freeman.
The school picnic was held on the
18th under the great oak trees on the
west shore of Bake Billian. There was
a large attendance of children and
grown people. In the morning Mr. J.
A. Freeman erected tables and seats.
Addresses were made by Rev. Mr. Bane
of the Methodist church. Rev. Mr. An Anderson
derson Anderson of the Baptist church, Judge
Hopkins and Professor Rickards, after
which came the dinner of which there
was an abundance and to which all
were invited to partake. There was a
sufficient quantity of delicious lemon lemonade
ade lemonade and ice water. It was a delightful
day, with the beautiful view, the re refreshing
freshing refreshing breeze, the sunshine, the
groups of older people, the girls and
boys swinging, playing ball, or wan wandering
dering wandering by the lake side, all enjoying
themselves, made a day worth remem remembering.
bering. remembering. Near the close of the speak speaking
ing speaking one of the benches came down, in injuring
juring injuring Mrs. Nicholas Mrown and Mrs.
A. E .Smith, a lady visiting Mrs. Louis
Weihe. This marred for a time the
pleasures of the day. It was soon found
that they were not seriously injured.
n tlie 20th the emancipation picnic
and fish fry. to which all were invited,
was held at tiie Ramah Baptist church,
colored. There was a large attend attendance.
ance. attendance. -Z or more. Addresses were
made by Rev. J. R. Blackwell. Rev.
Wm. Waddell and Agrippa Jacobs The
rain in the afternoon to a certain ex extent
tent extent interferred with the ball game
and outdoor pleasures.
Tiie regular meeting of; the town
council was held May iMst. The presi president.
dent. president. J. A. Freeman, appointed tiie fol following
lowing following committers for the ensuing
year: Finance. M. Gale. J. J. Nel Nelson.
son. Nelson. G. J. Proctor: judiciary, o. M.
Gale. J. D Lyles. George Proctor: san sanitary.
itary. sanitary. George Proctor, J. J. Nelson, J.
D. Byles; tire. J. D. Byles, George Proc Proctor.
tor. Proctor. .1. J. NVlson: cemetery. A. Fre--
and Mrs. Frank Stardeton and
two children from Lake Bryant, old
acquaintances 0f Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Freeman, spent the Isth and Ifth with
them, taking in our school picnic. They
found many changes since their last
visit, nine years ago.
Mr. and Mr-. Chris Driggers and lit little
tle little son. came to visit Mr. and Mrs. J.
A- Freeman, on. the 17th. Mrs. Drig Drig-gins
gins Drig-gins taking in the school picnic and
vl.-itin-r her si.-ter. Mrs. Freeman. They
returried to their home near Ocala on
May 20th, to July 20th, 1912
man. M. Gab
A. Freeman. J.
It wa v-ted that
in advertising in
Manx- art: h-
sent on the :"ri'l
in Mississippi and
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Do... little and Mrs
for t he north. T
ITCH! ITCH! ITCH!
Scratch and rub rub and scratch
until you feel as if you could almost
tear the burning skin from your body
until it seems as if you could no
longer endure these endless days of
awful torture those terrible nights
of sleepless agony.
Then a few drops of D. D. D., tha
famous Eczema Specific and. Oh! what
relief! The Itch gone instantly! Com Comfort
fort Comfort and rest at last!
D. D. D. is a simple external wash
that cleanses and heals the inflamed
skin as nothing else can. A recognized
specific for Eczema, Psoriasis, Salt
Rheum or any other skin trouble.
We can give you a full size bottle
of the eenuine D. D. D. remedy for
51.00 and if the very first bottle fails
to give relief it will not cost you a
We also can give you a sample bot bottle
tle bottle for 25 cents. Why suffer another
day when you can get D. D. D.?
Postoffice Drugstore and Annex, J. J.
Summerfield, May 24. John Elder,
accompanied by Carl Mielke were vis visitors
itors visitors Saturday last. Mr. Elder will be
gin to ship watermelons today.
O. H. Baum, was here last Saturday
on a business t r i i.
m July 4th, Summerfield will have
a big barbecue and picnic. Bring your
wife, mother, sisters, cousins and your
aunts amd have a jolly time.
George Scrivener, paid us a pleasant
visit last Saturday.
Mr. P. 11. Nugent, who was nomina nominated
ted nominated County Clerk, was here last Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. Mr. Nugent met with a warm
and hearty welcome on his arrival and
was the recipient of many congratula congratulations.
tions. congratulations. Mr. Hogan. wife and nephew, of
Ocala, visited S. Lehman of South Lake
Weir lats Friday. Capt. Russell and
Mr. Fosnot of Kastlako accompanied
Mrs. J. F. Ricketson and children
have gone to Brandon to visit rela relatives;
tives; relatives; they will return Sunday evening.
John Wilder. Mrs. J. F. Ricketson's
brother is here and has taken charge
of the packing houses, and his brother.
Herbert, is also assisting.
Wm. M. Hallisey and Wm. B. Nary,
of Alifinppa, IVnn.. who have been
here for t lie past ten days and who
have purchased tracts of land from
the Florida National land Co., return returned
ed returned to their homes last Wednesday.
These gentlemen will soon return to
become permanent residents.
Miss Mamie Goodwin, who has been
in Ocala for sometime having her eye
treated has returned home. Her eyes
are very much improved.
As usual, prior to my trip to New York every
July, I am reducing my stock for cash.
I must have room for my fall goods, Holiday and
Xmas. selections, that I buy first of August every
Not Selling at Cost -Bought Right and Can Sell Right.
Gett My Prices On
Dress Good, I aecs. Muslin Underwear, Embroidery,
Ribbons, Ladies' Hats, Men's hats, Women and
Children's Shoes, Men's Dress and Work Shirts,
Ladies' Skirts, Men and Boys Hats, Parasols and
Umbrellas, Men and Boys Hats and Caps, Notions
Pedro. May 22. Quite a nmber at attended
tended attended the cream supper and report a
plea sunt time.
Com. M. M. Proctor and daughter,
Miss Lizzie, made a business trip to
Ilev. R. L. Clyburn, of Summerfield,
filled his regular appointment at Lani?
Hammock school house Sunday. A
large crowd attended.
Mr. J. I. Anderson, formerly a resi resident
dent resident of Terrell, was in' our burs Satur Saturday
day Saturday and Sunday. He was en route to
his home after a business trip to
Misses Cora Driggers and Susie Per-
0 jr &
Children's White Canvas Shoes, for
48 cents pair.
Fancy Carpet House Slippers for
19 cents pair.
A big line of Shirt Waist at
39 cents and up.
Watch Our Windows And Keep Posted
TIE (OCMA MMM
F. P. GADSON, Proprietor
ry of Oxford were in Pedro Saturday i
Mrs. J. Ii. Proctor has been quite
ill the past week. We are glad to
Know sue is improviii.g ai pieem.
We can su,.,ny you with pure Ice for
all purposes, wriettier your require requirements
ments requirements are for hume use or for a car carload.
load. carload. Place your orders with us.
OCALA ICi: AND PACKING CO.
Irvine, May 23. The bean and cu cucumber
cumber cucumber shipping season is over at this
point. Tomatoes are moving pretty
freely and cantaloupes will commence
to move in the next ten days.
Mr. Robert Denham is putting up
tomatoes for the Mosely farm for Ma Ma-this
this Ma-this fc Young at this place.,.
Mr. Kugene Masely is assitmg
father gathering and shipping
vegetable crop here.
Mr. Autman. the foreman for the
crate mill here visited his family in
Ocala Saturday, returning Sunday.
Mr. Scarborough visited Ocala Sun Sunday
day Sunday and Monday.
Mr. Y J. Kd wards and wife of Ocala
were visitors here Sunday.
Mr. Wake Washburn and wife vis visited
ited visited Mcintosh Sunday.
Mr. L. K. Edwards and wife visited
Mr. Chas. Mathis of Plackwell. S. C
was in our midst Monday looking after
his farm interest.
Mr. Jim Murrel of Mcintosh with his
new Ford car was in our midst Mon Monday.
day. Monday. Miss Annie Mae Nettles of Fleming Fleming-ton
ton Fleming-ton and Miss Mamie Faust who have
been attending school in Ocala return returned
ed returned home today.
lm i ii m
in bringing your sick soles
because Heeling is our Job.
To satisfy is our pleasure
Shoe Cleaning and Dressing
GOODWIN'S ELECTRIC SHOE WORKS
Midway of Next Block West of Old Stand
Fort King Ave.
Ocala, . Florida
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wit -a n::
;- T-t- I'r t
.f Pev. Mr.
50 West Exposition St.
John Lyles. .. M. Cab
At the ehrurch the
heautifal hymuns. "The
the "Whole Wide Wor
The sinrir.a- was very
J. J. Nelsun: street. J.
J. Nels..n. J. I. Lyles.
It the tn'.vn expend 7
i : he aha Star.
f cbt h : :i -r. etc.. were
the tlood sufferers
Lou is iana.
and Mrs. W:u C.
s. KUen F. Bush left j
i'he l'i,. littles to i
r... Mrs. Bush goes to :
"hey are winter re si- j
r-pr.rty in Bellevlew. J
eetin.;- '.if Beileview
i 1.- held the night ..f
n May 10th being the
Rev. Mr. Lane of the i
. to preach at kla-
of said church Went
. M. Gale and ;
with their autos.
or with, his team.
entire party con con-Lane
Lane con-Lane and wife,
ards. Miss Callie
Lyles. Miss Lorane
Weihe. Mrs. Geo.
, Geo. Proctor,
h.olr sang the
Pro liual." and
1 ior .TeSUS."
too 1 and much
CARPENTER AND BUiLDER
Careful Estimates Made on All Con
tract Work. Gives more and better
-ork for the money than any other
outractor in the clt-y.
Foley Kidney Pills
TONIC IN ACTION QUICK IN RESULTS
Give prompt relief from BACKACHE,
KIDNEY and BLADDER TROUBLE,
RHEUMATISM, CONGESTION of tht
KIDNEYS, INFLAMMATION of the
BLADDER and all annoying URINARY
IRREGULARITIES. A positive boon to
MIDDLE AGED and ELDERLY
PEOPLE and for WOMEN.
HAVE HIGHEST RECOMMENDATION
8. A. Darl;. 627 Washington St.. ConcersTille.
Ind.. is in his S-jth y ear. He u rues us: "I Lave
lateiy u3ered ruuch from my hidiie-s and blad bladder
der bladder I had severe backaches aud my kidney action
F" too frequent, canin ma to iose much slep
at night, and in my bladder there was cocstaai
pain. I took Foley Kidi.ey Pi lis for some time,
and am now free of all trochle and a;am able to
be np and around. Foley Kiiney Pilis Lavs mj
in thi: ruin it hm ht tv tiii:
liflh .Imlhlnl ( irt uit of Florida In
and for Marlon County. In Chan Chancery.
cery. Chancery. Loui Weihe e'orrij.lain.trit vs. tl-t.rn'
Howard f-l al Defendants rder
for Constructive service.
It is ordered that the defendants
herein named, to-wit: George Howard.
John IJla.kshear. Judse Kniirht and
George Howard. Jr.. be and are hereby
required to a;.;ear to the hill of eotn eotn-plant
plant eotn-plant riled in this au-e on or before
Satunla, the -Tlh day of Jult, l!l l!l-It
It l!l-It is further ordered that a coj.y of
this order be published nee a week
jnsecutive weeks in the
a n- a s;.aper i'U hli.-hed in
lav of Mav. 1012.
S. T. .Sistrunk.
i"lerk Cir-uit I'uurt Marion 'o. Fin.
I'.y Don IVabody. I
Ham;. ton v Hall.
' "o tin da in ant's Solicitor.
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South Georgia and West Florida
ATLANTIC GOflST LINE
Monday, May 27, 1912
is here anything in aii this world Tickets on sale, May 27, limited to June 3, 1912
that is of more importance to you than j
ROUND TRIP FROM
aood digestion? Fool must be eaten
to sustain life and must be digested
and converted into blood. When the
die-tion fails the whole body suffers.
are a rational
ard reliable cure for indigestion. They
increase tine flow of bile, purify the
blood, strengthen the stomach, and
tone up the whole digestive apparatus
"o a iatural r. 1 hea'thy a'-'icn
sale by all leile'-
Alma Zada Face Powder is the best
we have to offer at 50c. the box.
Post Office Drug Stores.
For soreness of the muscles whether
induced by violent exerci.se or injury,
Chamberlain's Liniment is excellent.
Thi? liniment is alo highly esteeme
for the relief it affords in cases of
..$4.00 Monticello, Fla $4.50
. 4.50 Bainbridge. Ga. ...... 5.00
4.50 River Jet., Fla 5.00
TICKETS GOOD ON ALL TRAINS
For information, or reservation, call on
ill. R. WILLIAMS, Ticket Agent, Ocala, Fla.
For!Thomasvil!e. Ga. ..
! Boston. Ga. ... .
I R. BEAZLEY. T. P. A.,
J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A.
enjoyed !" all pre-'ent. It is h'ped
the Oklawaha people will come to the
T A II PA. FLORIDA.
Sold by tbe Aati-Monoyvly Druffatorr j
rheumatism. Sold by all dealers.