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To correct the trouble take
(THE POWDER FORM)
When the complexion is sallow and
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and your bowels are irregular, with
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you are badly in need of Simmons
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cause of all the trouble and when the
liver is at fault, there is nothing more
effective. Simmons Liver Regulator
quickly restores sound, healthy con -ditions
in the liver, stomach and
bowels; sweetens the breath, helps
digestion and brings back the ruddy
hue of health to the complexion.
Sold by Dealers. Price, large packaze, $1.00.
Ak tor tbe jrmuine with the Rei Z on the label.
If yon cannot get it. remit tui. at send it by
mail. postpaid. Siaimoni Liter Krgnl&tor i-also put
np in liquid form for those who preferit. I'ri-e.$1.00
per bottle. Look for the Bed label.
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FULLER & AYER
Dllicf over .Miirime A.- ( 'liaiiihliss li'k
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OCALA .... FLORIDA
Ollice lloui'N, H to 12 a. m. 1 to ."
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General Prartu.t falls Mailt Prosiipt Prosiipt-ly,
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Special Attention to Obstetric?. iis iis-eases
eases iis-eases of Women and Children.
Office Koorn.H 1, 2. 3. i, 5 and 6, Holder
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Office No. 333: Llesidence No AAA
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V. B. KELLER & CO.
(Formerly Smith & Roberts)
Funeral Directors and
Lady Assistant when required
Calls Answered Promptly Night
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Parlors Located Bark of Frank's
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American War VennelM Circle tbe
lolantl, I'rrparrd to (inard Against
Strike anil InMurreetlon
Washington. May 26. Insurrection
an.l disorders in Cuba, which threaten
the life and property of American?
anil are believed by the United States
to be spreading beyond control of the
Cuban government. has caused the
American government to take active
steps in preparation to cope with any
situation which may arise in the isl island
and island republic.
Two divisions of the Atlantic battle battleship
ship battleship fleet were ordered to take on their
full quota of marines, making a total
of 1.300 in addition to the 700 now en
route to Uuantanamo on the Prairie,
and rendezvous at Key West, ready to
move to Cuba at the instant their
presence is needed. A dozen warships
will be in the immediate vicinity of
Cuba within a few days.
The army is prepared with an expe expeditionary
ditionary expeditionary force of 15.000 men if it is
needed, and plans for a campaign to
stamp out the rebellion, prepared by
the general staff, are ready to be put
in execution at the call of the presi president.
dent. president. The insurrection and the serious la labor
bor labor 'roubles as a result of the long longshoremen's
shoremen's longshoremen's strike are believed to war warrant
rant warrant American preparedness.
Of the two. tiie disturbances which
probably will arise at the Cuban ports
tiirougii the strikers' operations are
believed to be the more immediate and
dangerous. Witli the halt of trade, the
throwing on the street. of large num numbers
bers numbers of riotous laborers, and the pri privations
vations privations likely to follow the cutting off
of water transportation, the Cuban
government is likely to tind itself
handicapped financially through the
j total suspension of customs receipts.
which form the chief revenues of the
i:scaim:s ax awfii, fvtk.
A thousand tongues could not ex ex-press
press ex-press the gratitude of Mrs. .1. K. Cox.
of I. diet. 111., for her wonderful deliv deliver:
er: deliver: nee form an awful fate. "Typhoid
pneumonia had left me with a dreadful
rough," 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.
Hut I owe my life to this wonderful
remedy Cr I scarcely cough at all
now." tjuiek and safe, its the most r
liable of all throat and lung medicines.
Kvery bottle guaranteed. 50c and ?1.0a
Trial bottle free at Tydings & Co's.'
( II Mil' TVKKS XO IIX( i:S
Speaker ( Inrk 1m h Candidate for He-i:it-'lion
to ConicreNM fron: the
Mn Hi Missouri DiNtriet
Louisville. Ky.. May 26. Speaker
Champ Clark will take no change. on
losing both the presidency and his
seat in Congress, according to "Wash "Washington
ington "Washington dispatches received here. lle
will file a petition as carHlitfate for the!
democratic nomination fjbr Congress
from the ninth Missouri district. I
THi: DKMOXS 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
yvu 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." iiest for all stom stomach,
ach, stomach, liver and kidney ills. 50 cts. at
Tydings & Co's.
(IAItK CAl'Tl'IIKI) KEMTCK V
Louisville. May 20. Champ Clark
swept Kentucky in the democratic
convention held in 1 1 of the 120 coun counties
ties counties in t!ie state yesterday. Returns
from about half the counties give him
more than 613 instructed votes neces necessary
sary necessary to control the state convention
here May 2;i.
WHAT TRXANS 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.
23 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
1IKI.I A JIDGE IX BAD FIX.
Justice Eli Cherry, 'of Gillis Mills,
Tenn., was plainly worried. A bad sore
on his leg had baffled several doctors
and long resisted all remedies. "I
thought it was a cancer," he wrote.
"At last I used Bucklen's Arnica Salve,
and was completely cured." Cures
burns, boils, ulcers, cuts, bruises and
piles. 25 cents at Tydings & Co's.
!Ti:XV K(iKO 1UKK1 FOK H IK
Tyler. Texas. May 26. Dan Davis, a
negro, was burned to death last night
on the public square here, after he had
signed a written statement confessing
The Mini roe fc Chambliss
Bank of Ocala desires to nar nar-ticularly
ticularly nar-ticularly call your attention
to the advantages of Banking
Deposits may be sent safely
by bank check, postoffice
money order, express money
order or currency by regis registered
tered registered mail.
We solicit small accounts
as well as large ones, all re receiving
ceiving receiving the same careful and
MUNROE & GHAMBLISS
I ulled Slate I'ontal Saving Bank
that lie had criminally assaulted Miss
Carrie Johnson, 16 years old, eigiit
hundred persons participating in the
Jacksonville, 111. I am a farmer and
was suffering with acute kidney trou trouble,
ble, trouble, could not get up or down for rheu rheumatic
matic rheumatic pains in back and hips. A dollar
bottle of Hall's Texas Wonder, of 2926
Olive street, St. Louis. Mo., cured me.
Sold by all druggists.
Nome I If ni of ItitvreMt It eu art! In if the
I'etiple of the lhophnle City
T. .1. Zimmerman, the popular gents'
ellthing furnisher, spent Sunday
jsvjj4-r his many tu-ala friends.
Judge M. tioiier, the well known
and brilliant Oeala attorney, was
among the distinguished visitors
Wednesday. v """
K. J. Nix. "crack p.pd ffidWf "High "High-nando"
nando" "High-nando" and who, ImiVts hard ruJ as
a side line.
sfrent -ifciffTai Jays tiiis
week in .town f 1"'
Harry Peter, "Ph m ourrOfigenial
arid jrrresl Ve eiti"Tis. it landed
c'our at jaTa several -day this week.
, MsJCleo Johns, ynfe of our charm charm-nv
nv charm-nv and attractive damsels, is away
?f'is week on a visit to relatives at
-;'Tji t Iiidies' School Improvement
Association met last Friday. May 17th.
at Mrs. I). It. Kibler's. It was an un unusually
usually unusually pleasant and interesting meet meet-i
i meet-i n g.
A. I .Itossiter. the cottolene man
who has been making a house to house
canvas, left yesterday morning for
Holder, Hernando. Inverness and other
Fresh Shrimp, Crabs
Fresh and Salt
in the city.
Any season's Delicacy
Chas. Kodoff. Proprietor
TRY JACKSONVILLE'S POPULAR
Cor. Bay and Ilogan Sts.
All modern improvements,
verv central location, coolest
rooms in city. Fine sample
Kates: f 1.00 $1.50 and $2.00
Astor Investment Co.,
A. B. Vance, President.
After Spending Sixty Thousand Dol Dol-lam
lam Dol-lam on the Hymelia Gap, the
Engineer Gave It lp
New Orleans, May 26. After having
expended about $60,000 in an effort to
close the Hymelia crevasse, thirty-five
miles above New Orleans, work was
suspended yesterday. The United
States engineers withdrew their forces
at noon, and the LaFource Levee Board
and property owners affected decided
it would be foolhardy to expend any
more money in the effort to check the
enormous flow of water through this
big gap in the Mississippi west levee
line until the waters have receded.
FOR SALE CHEAP
Two six-foot crosscut saws, one com complete
plete complete set, 31 books, Encyclopedia Brit Brit-tanica.
tanica. Brit-tanica. Remington typewriter, repeat repeating
ing repeating shotgun, spring wagon, good top
buggy, one set each of buggy and
wagon harness, one good all around
brown mare, good condition, one 12 12-inch
inch 12-inch Oliver plow, one one-horse cultit
vator, 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, qu:ck Meal range, 18 one-year-old
hens in good laying condition,
good iron safe suitable for small office
or residence, good upright piano. As
the owner is preparing to leave the
above will be sold cheap for cash. For
further particulars address Box 219,
Ocala, Fla. 5-18-6t
SHOT A IMENDIARY
Tampa Police llelieve They Landed on
Caught in the act of setting fire to
a vacant cottage at Fifteenth avenue
and Cypress street. West Tampa, last
night, William Green, a negro, was
shot by Policeman Raphael I. Ber Ber-mudez.
mudez. Ber-mudez. of the West Tampa police force.
In the capture of Green the police
believe they have the negro who has
been sending threatening letters and
who is responsible for the large num number
ber number of fires of an incendiary nature
that have occurred of late. Tampa
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.
( Commercial )
A large crowd went out to Bast Paj-k
yesterday afternoon to witness the
baseball game between Leesburg and
Orlando and their presence was very
highly appreciated by the home team
who are working hard to provide
amusements for Thursday afternoons.
The Orlando team is composed of the
best players in the state that money
can secure and consequently they were
too much for the home boys who play
for amusement. The final score was
14 to 2 in favor of Orlando. Mr.
Gillespie, who was pitching, was very
painfully hurt in the eighth inning
when a ball thrown into the diamond
struck him on the side of the face and
broke a bone.
The high school trustees have select selected
ed selected the following teachers for the next
term: Glenn E. McKay, of Kentucky,
principal: Mrs. Lizzie E. Godley, first
assistant: Mrs. Glenn E. McKay, sec second
ond second assistant: Miss Dora Kramer,
seventh and eighth grades; Miss Lillie
Kramer, fifth and sixth grades: Miss
Althea Collins third and fourth grades,
and Miss Stella Peter, primary depart department.
ment. department. S. S. Savage was a visitor to the city
j Saturday from his place on Little Lake
W. M. Trunnell spent Wednesday
and Thursday in Center Hill on busi business.
ness. business. Mr. Trunnell has the contract to
build a handsome residence for R..
Blankenbaker there and will besin
work at once.
j Wash out old sores, festering wounds
land ulcers with DARBY'S PROPHY PROPHY-i
i PROPHY-i L v CTTC FLT'TD. It is a wonderful dis
infectant 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 DAY AMD XIGHT
Merchants' Cafe, A. C. L. depot cor corner.
ner. corner. Meals a la carte and lunches at
There is a man In Hiltonia, Ga.,
i whose release from pain and suffering
is due to Foley Kidney Pills. He re recommends
commends recommends them: "I suffered with
kidney trouble recently and had awful
pains in my back. I got a bottle of
Foley Kidney Pills and after taking
them I am entirely cured and cheerful cheerfully
ly cheerfully recommend them to all." Sold by
the Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.
No Doubt Now Remains In Minds of
Men Who Are Posted on the Politi Political
cal Political Situation That Toomer is the
Winning Candidate in the
Race lor Congress From
Floridians Will Resent Slander and Abuse By
Any Candidate and Will Repudiate Such
Methods Next Tuesday.
Z h y y:
' :Vy z-s --yx
TO THE DE.MOCllAT.S OI' FLORIDA:
The cainpaign for t'ongit-ssnian from the State of Florida-at-Large
is practically over. The voters, who are going to elect a member of
Congress for the ensuing term, have made up their minds to select me
and the result is no longer in doubt. This is proven by my observations
wherever 1 have been and I have visited every section of the State
and by letter received by me from every nook and corner of Florida.
My friends, while not resting on their oars, are supremely confident
and thev assure me that mv victory will be overwhelming. There is
simply no question about it. As the BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
said, editoriallv.. in its issue of Mav .'Jrd, right after the first primary,
"IF TOOMElt HAD ENTERED THE CONTEST A MONTH EARLIER
HE WOCI.I) HAVE LED THE RACE FOR CONGRESSMAN FROM THE
STATE AT LARGE." The four weeks since then have placed me
far in the lead and the vote of the 2Sth will elect me by a decisive ma majority.
jority. majority. My opponent. Claude L'Engle. has based his claim to this high and
honorable office solely upon his false and slanderous attacks upon "my
private, business and nrofe.-nional character. This he has done WITH WITHOUT
OUT WITHOUT PRODI" MNG ONE WORD OF PROOF, although I have repeatedly
demanded su -li proof. He cannot prove his statements. He has no
proof. With all his vaunted cunning, HE CANNOT EVEN MANUFAC MANUFACTURE
TURE MANUFACTURE ANY PROOF. And I now assert, as I have done before, that his
charges are false. IN TOTO.
He lias charged, without, offering any proof, that I am the repre representative
sentative representative of the trusts when, in fact. THE TRUSTS ARE UTTERLY OP OPPOSED
POSED OPPOSED TO ME. As a matter of act. I have twice represented the Fed Federal
eral Federal Government in the prosecution of gigantic trusts and won both cases
while THE ATTORNEY FOR THE TRUST ITSELF IN ONE OF:TH0SE
CASES HAS MADE SPEECHES FOR AND IS ACTIVELY SUPPOllTIN'GJ
L'ENGLE IN THIS CAMPAIGN.
Mv campaign ha:
litical questions that concern the people of Florida in a vital way. I have
departed from such discussion ofprinciples only when driven to do so
by the false and malicious printed statements of my opponent. As against
my honest declaration of principles my opponent has offered nothing.
If he has a platform, he has never taken the people into his confidence
bv proclaiming it. What is there about his platform that makes him
ashamed to publish it? MY PLATFORM IS DEMOCRATIC THROUGH THROUGHOUT.
OUT. THROUGHOUT. IT IS AS "PROGRESSIVE AS DEMOCRACY ITSELF AND AS
"CONSERVATIVE" AS DEMOCRACY NO MORE, NO LESS.
My friends have be,-:n
rida. To them and their e:
shall win next Tuesday. It
tory over misrepresentation
representation in Congress.
active. They are :,( paid
competitor. I hae had bu
had I wished to do so. hired workers to push my candidacy. I have been
in the hands of myfriends and tho.-e friends, together with my own mod modest
est modest efforts, have made me tv,e winner next Tuesday.
I FULLY EXPECT THE PUBLICATION OF CANAxiOS BY MY
COMPETITOR AFTER THIS IS PRINTED AND WHEN IS TOO LATE
FOR ME TO ANSWER THEM. His own -heet will be printed Saturday
and I presume will be mailed to fifty thousand voters. In it he will
doubtless repeat his fa-
f; BECAUSE THERE
lieve nothing a gain
HE CHARGES AO A INST ME.
WINNING CANDIDATE FOR
mkw yY.ifxx mmw
upon a fair and full statement of po
active in my behalf in every count" in Flo Flo-forts
forts Flo-forts I give large credit for the victory I
will be aheir victory as much as mine a vic vic-of
of vic-of my character and a deliverance from mis mis-These
These mis-These friends have been loyal, as well as
workers, for contrary to the loud claims of my
a rnode'rate campaign fund and could not.
but he will offer not one word of
IS NO BROOF. He has urged you to be be-BE
BE be-BE FAIR AND MAKE HIM PROVE WHAT
and I shall be satisfied with the
W. M. TOOMER.
CONGRESS STATE AT LARGE
OCALA EVENING STAR, MOXDAY, MAY 27, 1912
OGALA EVENING STAR
Blttlnger & Carroll Proprietors.
R. R. Carroll, Business Manager.
J. H. Benjamin, Editor.
ALL OVER BUT VOTING,
COUSTIXC i.D 4CCOLXTIXG
Tomorrow we vote, tomorrow night
w count, Wednesday and Thursday ;
account, and then Floridians will ;
hava only spectators interest in the
campaign of 1912. Unless the repub-
oe",uf """" cwviijr. drunk to Phillip sober. So we will
majority of democrats will hardly o;try lo rVf.rye lhe rule and judi;e
to the polls in November. KH(,M h hU ,f(hir. ,nibl r.ara-
The only voting to do here will be -t
for congressman at large, and dele delegates
gates delegates to the national convention, na national
tional national committeeman and county com commissioner.
missioner. commissioner. The Star Isn't Instructing people
how to rote. The Star thinks the av- t
rage American citizen knows as well (
how to vote as the average editor. The j
average editor thinks he Is the guide! The Star publishes today an adver adver-and
and adver-and instructor of the people, but the Ulsement for V M. Toomer. who it op-
n .Mnv tn t 'poses politically. A phone message
extent. The Star office is going to
man at large and for Harris for dele-j133Ue bfore ct.on. publish the ad ad-gate.
gate. ad-gate. The editor will drop in his lit- j vertisements ;of Toomer who they sup sup-tie
tie sup-tie ballot for Lambright and A. P.lP0" and refuse to publish the adver adver-Jordan,
Jordan, adver-Jordan, for his old personal friend, Jim j tisements of LLngle who they oppose.
Alexander of DeLand. for the sturdy We do not believe the men who make
Florida cracker. W. J. Bryan, andil"e ima-.ui
Ocala's next door neighbor. P. W. But Butler.
ler. Butler. He has tried to pick the best men.
hopes they will win and won't be sore
it tYiav 1n ThA TTn rl prwnad nrtra n
mostly incited, we believe by Walljalway goa men tQ vote against.
street money, have been preaenmg ior
the last three weeks that Wilson men
are a degraded type of dmocrats and "fer to Claude L'Engle as being er er-not
not er-not to be trusted. The Star doesn't ratic- othera sa" hat he is a crank
bellere, It knows, the rank and file of
- . tu.
mo ueuyie, uo nui niinic in un uu- ....
worthy opinion and will not Judge L'Engle a good while and we never
them by it. The people make mistakes, considered him as being seriously af af-but
but af-but they are always honest, while the;fllcted witn an' f" the3 ailment
politicians need watching every day mentioned above. Claude has ideas.
In the week I but he is not erratic; he doesn t hesi-
The polling places, the clerks and Ltate to let people know where and for
inspectors are the same as on April 30. what he stands, but he Is not a crank:
to vote, and remember
that no matter what
brought to bear upon you.
you and God will know how you vote,
and God won't tell. The election
booth Is one place where a can can
rrora rn an wnat ne neiieves is riernt. 1
The Star will tell you the result
WHAT CHANGES TWO
SHORT MONTHS WILL. BRING
tm-q,i. o-r btv r.arT. in th!
state carried with last week's issue an'of ver' few candidates for delegate
"Underwood supplement" of fourjto the national convention whose first
pages, devoted to boosting the gentle- choice for president was Underwood,
man from Alabama as a candidate for l n classed as a Wilson candi candi-presldent.
presldent. candi-presldent. It Is stated that one paper' dat because he believes Wilson should
in rv countv in the United States i b considered Florida's second choice.
was furnished with these sunnlements.
ex press age paid, and a conservative
estimate Is that It cost the Underwood
campaign, whoever Is footing the
bills, about 130,000. It Is evident that
the Alabama man has found some
llberal backers, but.' while we admire I merciaI merciaI-him
him merciaI-him very much as a statesman, we do j Tnis item written by Dr. Butler's
not believe that. If nominated, he could j nome newspaper man. reads very dif dif-carry
carry dif-carry a single state outside the solid I ferently from the editorial paragraph
south. Tampa Tribune. March 19. ,ln tne Tampa Tribune. As the sight of
j water is said to drive a rabid dog
An active campaign was waged in
the state for months prior to the first
primary in behalf of Woodrow Wilson.
The state was flooded with anti-Underwood
literature and there were work workers
ers workers In every county and organizations
In many. The. Wilson man management
agement management refuse to accept the decision
of the party in this state. Their can candidates,
didates, candidates, for delegate remain on the
ticket and an active campaign is be-I
Ins; waged for their election. to refresh themselves with soft drinks.
This Is superlative gall itself, but. In asking that Florida delegates, fa fa-wlthin
wlthin fa-wlthin the past week, the Wilson men vorable to himself, be seated at the
have gTOwn bold and they are openly j national republican convention, which
advertising themselves throughout the j meets in Chicago, June 18th, he will
state as "Underwood men," hoping to j allege that when the state convention
deceive many democrats who are for recessed at Palatka, admission cards
Underwood Into -voting for them. Ad- j were given to Taft supporters, while
vertisements of this deceptive charac- i those known to be unfavorable to the
ter have been printed and cards sent president failed to secure pasteboards,
out broadcast. This simply means that When they returned to the hall they
these men are trying to get into the
national convention under false pre pretenses.
tenses. pretenses. As one paper puts It, they are
trying to "sneak in." Extracts from
Tampa Tribune of May 26.
We presume that all the
extracts were penned by the lily-white
hand of E. D. Lambright, chief edi-
torial writer on the Tribune, who is
also a candidate for the office of dele-
rate at large to the national conven-
As we have said before, we like Mr.
Lambright, and expect to vote for
him. But It Is only Justice to our
friends among Wilson's supporters, to
Inform them that Mr. Lambright is
the champion blue ribbon fraud, of
As Mr. Lambright charges in his
first article, the state papers were fill filled
ed filled with. Underwood supplements. In
his second .article Mr. Lambright says
the stats was flooded with anti-Underwood
literature. Mr. Lambright may
jun mauui, aut ne Knows ana win not j The Junior Civic League and the
Amy that thousands of dollars were j civic committee of the Woman's Club
spent with the Florida press to adver-tare preparing to give an entertainment
Use Underwood, while Wilson had no j at the Temple Theater on Thursday
representation except from those pa- j evening. May 30th. They are rehears rehears-pers
pers rehears-pers who stood up for him. or at least i ing daily. The proceeds will be used
ammea nis arguments IO tneir COl- 1
without money and without
Mr. Lambright says advertisements.) The entertainment will consist of
advising democrats to vote for Wilson j two plays. "The Teeth of a Gift Horse Horse-delegates
delegates Horse-delegates have been published in the and "A Lunch In the Suburbs," the lat lat-last
last lat-last few days. The Wilson papers ter being reproduced by special re re-have
have re-have advised th voters to support the j quest. There will also be a fancy drill
Wilson men. and It is their right to do -by the members of the league, and sev-
so. But Mr. Lambright knows that
every paper of any standing in the
state has carried in the past two weeks
display advertisements asking the vot voters
ers voters to cast their ballots for Under Underwood
wood Underwood men, and the said advertise advertisements,
ments, advertisements, paid for In the Star's case at
least, at regular space rates, must
have cost the Underwood managers
over two thousand dollars.
Mr. Lambright. as a newspaper man.
and well acquainted with what is go going
ing going on In the state, knows that this
question of Underwood or Wilson dele delegates
gates delegates was raised, was forced on the
people, by the Underwood manage management,
ment, management, which for the last three weeks
has been trying to make the voters
believe Wllatm supporters are liars and
traitors and have forfeited their rights
as democrats and citizens.
Mr. Lambright advises his readers
not to send Wilson men to the con convention,
vention, convention, lest they betray Underwood.
But a little over two months ago.
Lambright was whooping It up for
Harmon and saying Underwood
couldn't be elected. What guarantee
jhave we that Lambright won't deer:
Underwood and vote for Harmon at
j the first opportunity. Judging by the
: standards applied to. men in politics,
i business, in war. or even judging by
;the standard he applies to Wil.-on men. j
are there any greater
.treason than in
this man Lambright?
( mere was sunieunug ii nm-iciu ni- j
tory about appealing from Phillip j
graph of March IS rather than by his
j crazy quilt article of May 26. We are S
; sorry for him, and will bet a Marion!
j county watermelon that he is sorry
jfor himself. j
(iOOD MBV TO VOTK AttAlXST i
from Jacksonville informs us that the
ibig dailies of that city, in their last:
thing unfair, but the men who own
the paper would wreck the democratic
party, state and nation, to gain their
own ends. The men they support are
There are some who are pleased to
;he is crazy. We have known Claude'
ne 18 iear,,;s3 i.-rPici,
crazy, uut, suppose ne was au mat
xlils utfl1 fecu asauiai w tr in-
S1SI V 11 l" a"
erratic, a. cranh. ur even tiaij man
to Congress than to send a man whose
past record and present affiliations
lstamP hIm as a political crook. Plant
j This is no more thfln the truth
! about L'Engle. but it is a harder rap
'than the Star has ever dealt Toomer.
Ir. V. W. Butler of this city is one 1
!We don't see how any one could think,
otherwise). If elected he will fight for
Lnderwood to the last, and regret his
(Underwood's) defeat much more than
the Harmon men who were elected on
j the Underwood ticket. Leesburg Com-
frantic, the mention of anything per pertaining
taining pertaining to Wilson seems to drive an
Underwood paper to prevarication.
Theodore Roosevelt will base his
contention that the recent republican
state convention at Talatka, which en
dorsed President Taft, was irregular,
on the ground that his negro support supporters
ers supporters were barred from the convention
hall, after being tricked into leaving
were "in the same position as the "fool "foolish
ish "foolish virgins" who had forgotten their
oil, and were barred from the marriage
The regular republicans here and
elsewhere declare that the foregoing is
a lie out of whole cloth.
If we have to send troops to Cuba
again, we had best keep them there.
j Attorney Samuel W. Fox, a well
j known citizen of Jacksonville, died at
Pablo Beach Friday night, after a
; lingering illness. He was born in New
York City Augr.st
j.lUsUM, -o. 1001, in- i-iiiisieu 111 V O 1 1
tpany If, Seventeen th Connecticut Vol
August 28. 186 !, ht
unteer Infantry, 1. S. A. At the close
of the war he was mustered out of
service at Jacksonville and made his
home in that city. He was well known
in Ocala and all over the state.
"THE TERTH OF GIFT HORSE"
on the children' nlavernimil aTi.1
other civic work. Comfort Lodge will
! also be remembered.
eral musical numbers.
We hope that our friends and all
friends of city betterment will give us
their loyal support to the end that our
efforts may be crowned with success.
Help us to have pretty playgrounds
for our little ones to play in, rather
than on the streets, and help us to do
the things that our growing city calls
for in the work of civics.
Mrs. J. R. Moorhead.
Director Junior Civic League.
Mrs. C. K. Tydings.
Chairman Civic Committee.
Cook your next roast In a paper bag.
and get the bag from the Post Office
Drug Store. 25c. the package.
By LOUIS JOSEPH VANi
A still and sultry dusk had fallen,
closing an oppressive, wearing day:
one of those days whose sole function
3eems to reside in rendering us irri irritably
tably irritably conscious of our too-close cas casings
ings casings of too-solid flesh; whose humid
and inert atmosphere, sodden with
tepid moisture, clings palpably to the
body, causing men to feel as if they
crawled, half-suffocated, at the bot bottom
tom bottom of a sea of .rarefied water.
The hour may have been eight: it
may have been not quite that, but It ful that he should seem a thought fini fini-oimat
oimat fini-oimat ArV Tho windows were! cal about the set of his tie.
oblongs, black as night in the yellow
walls of O'Rourke's bedchamber in the
Hotel d'Orient, Monte Carlo.
I have the honor to make known
to you the O'Rourke of Castle
O'Rourke in the county of Galway,
Ireland; otherwise and more widely
known as Colonel Terence O'Rourke;
a chevalier of the Legion of Honor of
France; sometime an officer in the
Foreign Legion in' Algiers;' a wander-
er, spendtnrnt, iree-iance, cosmopoi-
ite a gentleman-adventurer, he's been
He was dressing for dinner. The
glare of half a dozen electric bulbs dis
covered him all but ready for public
appearance not, however, quite ready.
In his shirt sleeves he faced a.cheval-
glass, pluckily (if with the haggard j
eye or exasperation) endeavoring to
outmaneuver a demon of inanimate
perversity which had entered into his
dress tie, inciting it to refuse to as assume,
sume, assume, for all his coaxing and his strat stratagems,
agems, stratagems, that effect of nonchalant per perfection
fection perfection so much sought after, so sel seldom
dom seldom achieved.
Patently was the thing possessed
by a devil; O'Rourke made no manner
of doubt of that. Though for minutes
at a time he fumbled, fidgeted, fumed,
it was without avail.
His room itself was in a state of
''msiderable disorder something due
mainly to O'Rourke's characteristic ef efforts
forts efforts to find just what he might hap happen
pen happen to desire at any given time with without
out without troubling to think where it ought
properly to be.
Something of this confusion, mir mirrored
rored mirrored in the glass, was likewise re reflected
flected reflected in O'Rourke's eyes, what time
he paused for breath and profanity.
"Faith, 'tis worse than a daw's nest,
the place," he admitted, scandalized.
"How ever did I one lone man do
all that, will ye be telling me?" He
flung out two helpless baffled hands,
and let them fall. After a meditative
pause he added: "Damn that Alsa
tian!" with reference to his latest
and least competent valet, who had
but recently been discharged with a
flea in his ear and a month's unearn unearned
ed unearned wage In his pocket. "For knowing
me ways," sighed O'Rourke, "there
was never anyone the like of Danny."
For as many as three livelong days
this man had been reduced to the ne necessity
cessity necessity of dressing himself with his
own fair hands and that at least
thrice daily, who did nothing by
halves. And, somehow, mysteriously,
his discarded garments had for the
most part remained where he had
thrown them, despite the earnest ef efforts
forts efforts of the femme de chambre to re restore
store restore something resembling order from
thig man-made chaos. For servants
all liked well the O'Rourke, improvi improvident
dent improvident soul that be was, freehanded
to a fault.
You are invited to picture to your yourself
self yourself O'Rourke as invariably he was
in one of his not infrequent but ever
transient phases of affluence: that is,
a very magnificent figure Indeed.
Standing a bit over six feet, deep of
chest and lean, of flank, with his long,
straight legs he looked what he had
been meant to be, a man of arms and
action. His head was shapely, its
dark hair curling the least in the
world; and, incredibly stained, a trans transparent
parent transparent brown, his features were lean,
eager, and rendered very attractive
by quick boyish eyes in whose warm j
blue-gray depths humor twinkled
more often than not, though those
same eyes were not seldom thought thoughtful,
ful, thoughtful, a trace wistful, perhaps, with
the look of one who recalls dear mem memories,
ories, memories, old friends and sweethearts
loved and lost. . For he had
begun to live early in life and had
much to look back upon, though for
all that it's doubtful if he were more
than thirty at the time he became in involved
volved involved in the fortunes of the Pool
For the rest of him, barring the re refractory
fractory refractory tie, the man was strikingly
well groomed, while his surroundings
spoke for comfortable circumstances.
On the authority of the absent and re regretted
gretted regretted Danny, who had long served
the O'Rourke in the intfmate capaci capacities
ties capacities of body-servant, confidant and
chancellor of the exchequer (this last
of rnnrxa uhonovor thro honnono,!
to be any exchequer to require a chan
cellor). there was never anyone at all
who could spend money or wear
clothes like himself, meaning the mas master.
ter. master. And at this time O'Rourke was
ostensibly im funds and consequently
(aa the saying runs) cutting a wide
swath. Heaven and himself only knew
the limits of his resources; but his
manner a Monte Crlsto might have
aped to advantage. His play was a
wonder of the Casino; for the matter
of that, his high-handed and extrava extravagant
gant extravagant ways had made the entire Prin Principality
cipality Principality of Monaco conscious of his
presence in the land. And you fail
In the least to understand the nature
of the man if you think for a moment
that it irked him to be admired, point pointed
ed pointed out, courted, pursued. He was, in indeed,
deed, indeed, never so splendid as when
aware that he occupied the public eye.
In short, he was just an Irishman.
. ". So, then, it's nothing wonder-
Now as he stood scowling at his
image, and wishing from the bottom
of his heart he had never been fool
enough to let Danny leave him, and
calling fervent blessings down upon
the head of the fiend who first design designed
ed designed modern evening-dress for men he
found himself suddenly with a mind
divested of any care whatever and at attentive
tentive attentive alone to a sound which came
to him faintly, borne upon the heavy
wings of the sluggish evening air.
It wa3 nothing more nor less than a
woman singing softly to herself (hum
ming would probably be the more ac accurate
curate accurate term), and it was merely the
tune that caught his fancy; a bit of
J an old song he himself had once
been wont to Fine, upon a time when
he had been a happier man. It seem seemed
ed seemed strange to hear it there, stranger
still that the woman's voice, indistinct
as it was, should have such a familiar
ring in his memory. He frowned in
wonder and shook his head. "The age
of miracles is past," he muttered;
" 'twould never be herself. I've had
me chance and forfeited it. 'Twill
not come to me a second time. . ."
-The singing ceased. Of a sudden
O'Rourke swore with needless heat,
and, plucking away the offending tie,
cast it savagely from him. "The div div-vle
vle div-vle fly away with ye!" he said. "Is it
bent on driving me mad ye are? I'd
give me fortune to have Danny back!
. . Me fortune faith!" He Iaugh-
j ed the word to bitter scorn. Tis
meself that never had the least of any anything
thing anything like that without 'twas feminine
with a 'mis- tacked onto the front
of it!" And he strode away to the
window to cool off.
It was like him to forget his exas exasperation
peration exasperation in the twinkling of an eye;
another mood entirely swayed him by
the time he found himself gazing out
Into the vague, velvety dusk that mo momentarily
mentarily momentarily was closing down upon the
fairy-like panorama of terraced gar-
1 dens and sullen, silken sea. His
i thoughts had winged back to that
dear woman of whom that fragment
of melody had put him in mind; and
he was sighing and heavy of heart
with longing for the sight of her and
the touch of her hand.
Even as he watched, stark night fell,
black as a pocket beneath a porten portentous
tous portentous pall of cloud. . Far out
upon the swelling bosom of the Med Mediterranean
iterranean Mediterranean a cluster of dim lights be betrayed
trayed betrayed a stealthy coasting steamer,
O'Rourke Caught his Breath, Stunned,
making westward. Nearer, In the har harbor,
bor, harbor, a fleet of pleasure craft, riding
at anchor on the still, dark tide, was
revealed in many faint, wraith-like
shapes of gray, all studJed with yel-
j low stars. Ashore, endless festoons of
j colored lamps draped the gloom of the
j terraces; the facade of the Casino
j stood out lurid against the darkness;
j the hotels shone with reflected bril bril-'
' bril-' liance, the palace cf the Prince do
! Monaco loomed high upon the penin penin-!
! penin-! sula, its elevations picked out with
j lines of soft fire.
! The O'Rourke shook his head, con con-I
I con-I demning it all. 'T's beautiful," he
! said; "faith, yes.' 'Us all of that. But
j I'm thinking 'tis too beautiful to be
j good for one like some women I've
I known in n:e time. 'Tis not good tor
Terence that's sure: 'tis the
O'Rourke that's going stale and soft
with all this easy living. . Me
that has more than many another to
live for and hope for and strive for:
. . And I'm lingering here in the
very lap of luxury stuffing meself with
rare food, befuddling meself with
rarer wines me that has fought a
day and a night and a hal! a day atop
The Jacksonville Dailies are Allowing Toomer
Space in Their Last Editions to Attaek L'Enflle,
But They are Retusing L'Engle the Use of
Their Columns to Reply. This is Not Only
Unfair, But Contrary to Law.
Toomer Refuses to Meet L'Engle in Debate,
But Uses the Columns of the Plutocratic
Press to Slander and Misrepresent L'Engle
When L'Engle Has No Chance To Reply.
HOW DOES THIS STRIKE YOU?
Turn Out Tomorrow and Help L'Engle Against
the Man Who Is Afraid to Face Him and
the Men Who Are Trying to Suppre ss Free
of that on nothing and a glass of
muddy water! risking me money as
if there was no end to it, throwing it
away in scandalous tips like any
drunken sailor! And all for the scant
satisfaction of behaving like a fool of
an Irishman. . 'Tis sickening dis disgusting;
gusting; disgusting; naught less. . I'm
thinking this night ends It, though;
come the morning I'll be pulling up
stakes and striking out for a healthier,
simpler place, where there's some something
thing something afoot a man can take an inter interest
est interest in without losing his self-respect.
. . I'll do just that, I will!"
This he meant, firmlj-, and was glad
of it, with a heart immeasurably light lightened
ened lightened by the strength of his good res resolution.
olution. resolution. He began to hum the old
tune that the unknown woman's voice
had set buzzing in his brain, and
broke off to snap his fingers defiant defiantly
ly defiantly at the Casino. "That for ye!" he
flouted it "sitting there with your
painted smile and your cold eyes, like
the brazen huzzy ye are Goddess of
Chance, indeed! thinking ye have
but to bide your time for all men to
come and render up their souls to ye!
Here's once ye lose, madam; after this
night I'm done with ye; not a sou of
mine will ever again cross your ta tables.
bles. tables. I'll have ye to understand the
O'Rourke's a reformed character from
the morning on!"
He laughed softly, in high feather
with his conceit; and, thinking cheer cheerfully
fully cheerfully of the days of movement and
cnange that were to follow, the song
in his heart shaped itself In words
upon his lips.
"I'm Paddy Whack
Not long- ago turned soldier O
At grand attack.
Or storm or sack,
None than I will prove bolder O!"
His voice was by way of being a
tenor of tolerable quality and volume,
but untrained nothing wonderful. It
was just the way he trolled out the
roilicking stanza that rendered It in infectious,
fectious, infectious, irresistible. For as he
paused the voice of the woman that
had reminded him of the song capped
the verse neatly.
"An' whin we get the routa
Wid a shout.
How they pout!
Wid a ready right-about
Ooo-s the bould soldier-boy!"
O'Rourke caught his breath, star startled,
tled, startled, stunned. "It can't be' he
whispered. For if at first her voice,
subdued In distance, had stirred his
memory with a touch as vague and
thrilling as the caress of a woman's
hand in darkness, now that he heard
the full strength of that soprano, bell bell-clear
clear bell-clear and spirited, he was sure he
knew the singer. He told himself that
there could be no two women in the
world with voices just like that; not
another than her he knew could have
rendered the words with so true a
spirit, so rare a brogue tinged as
that had been with the faintest,
quaintest exotic inflection Imagin Imaginable.
able. Imaginable. But she had
verse half sung.
stopped with the
His pulses qulcken-
ing. O'Rourke leaned forth from
window and carried it on:
"O, 'tis thin the ladies fair
Tear their hair!
But 'Tis divvle a bit I care"
Cries the bould soldier-boy!"
There fell a pause. He listened
with his heart in his mouth, but heard
nothing. And it seemed impossible to
surmise whence, from which one of all
(Continued on Fourth Page)
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Chicago. May 26. President Ban
Johnson, of the American League, last
j night announced the reinstatement of
uutnenifr lyrus codd, or the Detroit
club, whose suspension for attacking a
spectator, he said, had insulted him
j in New York, resulted in a strike by
the Detroit players last week. Cobb
was eligible to play today. In addition
to his ten days' suspension, he was
AlTl'SED OF V GRAVE OFFEXSE
Penn H. P.rewster. Jr., of Atlanta.
Ga.. a legal agent in the employ of A.
It. Logan, an attorney, whose offices
are in the Ilerkhimer building, was ar arrested
rested arrested yesterday morning on a t-narge
of carrying the saws to Will Kverett
and Kid Hice. by which they and nine
other prisoners made their escape from
the Duval county jail FriJay night.
Yesterday evening the bond of $1,000
demanded by Judge II. R Phillips for
Iirewster's liberation was given, and
he is now a free man. Times-Union.
Holeproof hosiery at Fishel's.
Then buy your Shoes and
Hosiery from this date to
July 15th at
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j and get a discount of
j 10 PER CENT
on every purchase
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OCAXA EVEXENG STAR. MOXDAY, MAY 27, 1912
m YOU SHOULD BANK WITH
The ComniinnieFcIall MsmU
Firsts Its shareholders are all home people, business men, professional
men and farmers. Their interests and yours are mutual. The bank's profits
remain right here in the community for the upbuilding of our town and
OUR CERTIFICATES BEAR FOUR PER CEXT INTEREST
seroadi Its business Is governed with conservatism. Speculation plays no
part In its conduct. It fosters and encourages home enterprises, all of which
make for soundness and satisfactory bank service.
the right to raise it to the Standard Oil
Company and take the editor of the
Star with him on a trip to Europe.
Fruit Jars at Fishel's.
K. of P. meet this evening.
Elks meet tomorrow evening.
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.
clerks meet in Ocala
Mr. G. K.
Williams visited Gaines-
Your last photo didn't do you justice.
It wasn't taken at the Ocala Photo Co.
Thursday is Decoration Day and a
Dr. E. G: Peek's office phone 1 No.
468 his residence phone No. 301.
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Croft of Trilby
were at the Ocala House Sunday.
Dr. A. L. Blaloek, physician,
phone No. 309; residence phone,
Mr. C. Munroe of Ray was at the Co Colonial
lonial Colonial Sunday.
At the Ocala Photo Co. we develop
your Alms free if bought from us.
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Hall left Satur Saturday
day Saturday for a summer visit to Tennessee.
Pleasant furnished rooms for light light-housekeeping.
housekeeping. light-housekeeping. 66 Oklawaha avenue. 5 13
Kodak finishing done by experts at
the Ocala Photo Co.
Mr. II. II. Giles, the Royal Standard
Typewriter man, and Mrs. Giles, are
in town for a week.
' FOR SALE One pair good turpen turpentine
tine turpentine mules, wagon and harness. W,
J. Wilson, Citra, Fla. 5-13-'110tw2
Miss Myrtle Whitfield returned Sun Sunday
day Sunday from a pleasant visit to Miss Sallie
Spurlin at Lake Weir.
We guarantee to teach you now to
use your Kodak. Bring your films to
the Ocala Photo Co.
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.
Miss Ha.llie Ley will leave tomorrow
morning for a visit to her sister in
Tampa. Miss Ley will remain for a
fortnight and visit other relatives and
friends while away.
When in Jacksonville stop with Mrs.
E. L. Maloney, at the Glrard, No. 11
East Duval street, just off Main. Best
75c. room in the city.
Misses Clifford and Catherine Pyles
arrived home Saturday evening from
Gainesville, Ga., where they attended
lirenau College. In order to celebrate
thA-Uome-rominia of these two pretty
and popular ybunt? ladies, Mrs. Pyles
arranged wit a nuVmber of their young
friends, and gave tlWm a most pleas pleasant
ant pleasant surprit party.
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.
second trial of
for June 11th.
After you have had a row and life
looks mighty blue, send her a box of
Norris candy and she'll again love
you. Get it at the Court Pharmacy.
L A. Tenet of Philadelphia, W. L.
Murphy of Baltimore. J. L. Leonard, H.
T. Kuhlmeyer, Nick Schultz and Ed K.
Pendleton of Cincinnati, Julius Shockel
of Atlanta and T. T. C. Lees and W. II.
West of New York represented their
respective crossroads communities at
the Ocala House last night.
FOR RENT Four room fiat; also,
cottage of seven rooms, electric lights
and bath; near primary school. Mrs.
R. D. Fuller.
Men's an 1 boy's suits at Fishel's.
There will be a meeting of the W.
C. T. U. at 4 o'clock tomorrow after afternoon
noon afternoon at the Methodist church.
$2500 .to loan on Al real estate se security
curity security at 8 per cent interest. Address,
r. O. Box 583, city. 5-15-6t
Miss Minnie Stovall complimented
Miss Madge Sims of" Tampa with a
trail party Saturday afternoon.
Get your prescriptions filled by Beck
at the Court Pharmacy and know they
W. G. Norsworthy of Mcintosh and
J. M. Wilson of Dunnellon were at the
Ocala House Sunday.
If you are In a hurry for your pre prescriptions,
scriptions, prescriptions, try the Court Pharmacy's
quick delivery system.
L. T. Kuhl, of Woodrowwilsontown,
N. J., and R. C. Green of Albany, Ga.,
were at the Ocala House last night.
Parker Lucky Curve Fountain Pens
In any style or shape. A large assort assortment
ment assortment to select from at the Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. Dr. Fuller is now able to be up and
around the house, and will be down i
town in a week or so.
A. W. Ellison of the Seaboard, A.
Dawson of the G. S. & F. and H.
Shepard of the Central of Georgia
were enterprising railroad men at the
Ocala House yesterday.
T T. Zimmerman of Dunedin, R. H.
Pratt and S. W. Moody of Mulberry. D.
B. Barry of Hernando and T. E. Will Williams
iams Williams of Williston were at the Ocala
R. S. McKnight of North Carolina
and H. A. Due of South Carolina were
at the Ocala House yesterday. It being
Sunday, unless they had the password,
they may have repeated a certain his historical
torical historical remark to each other.
Mrs. Charles Schneider and daugh daughter.
ter. daughter. Miss Elsie, went to Wade this
morning, to visit Mr. Felix Schneider
Rev. C. C. Carroll, so well and kind kindly
ly kindly remembered in Ocala, has accepted
the call of the First Baptist church of
Winchester, Ky., and will preach his
opening sermon there next Sunday.
Rev. L. B. Warren, who preached two
fine sermons for Ocala Baptists Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, left this morning on Sunnyjim for
a visit to Tampa.
and found fresh tracks which enabled
him to follow the criminal to where
he found him in the woods, sound
asleep. He had about $40 worth of
dry goods and groceries with him in
sacks. It was Alfred Hicks, the same
negro that escaped from the chain
gang a few weeks ago and also the
one who broke into the store of Teuton
& Co. last week.
AIR DOME ATTRACTION'S
Following is the Air Dome program
for this evening:
Gaumont Weekly. A reproduction in
motion pictures of the latest current
"Jimmie Saves the Situation." Jim Jim-mie
mie Jim-mie is the most famous boy actor in
the world. This is an extra good pic picture.
ture. picture. "Song of Childhood Days." A beau beautiful
tiful beautiful story for old and young.
The Ideal Theater will have a bril brilliant
liant brilliant and interesting program this eve evening.
ning. evening. Be sure and spend an hour in
its pleasant precincts.
XEW RESIDENCE FOR SALE
Eleven-room house in Ocala, city wa water,
ter, water, bath, garden, corner lot. Hand Handsome
some Handsome home. Apply at 99 Dougherty
a car of
Mr. W. J. Sheridan commences work
this week on the new Chambliss build building
ing building on North Magnolia street. Mr.
Sheridan and Mr. Wood will also begin
work on the Carmichael & Son Co's.
big, two-story brick and
building on North Magnolia,
in Ocala never pauses.
Mr. J. M. Meffert shipped
cantaloupes from Lowell Saturday and
ships one from Lowell today. Mr. Mef Meffert
fert Meffert thinks the crop will be somewhat
short. He will begin shipping melons
In about ten days or less.
Miss Myrtle Whitfield left this morn morning
ing morning for a visit to Miss Laura Norwood
The case of Mrs. H. B. Hayes against
the A. C. L. Railway, in the circuit
court, resulted today in a mistrial.
On account of the primary election,
court will adjourn this afternoon until
Mrs. F. A. Chapman, who arrived
from Jacksonville Saturday, returned
today, accompanied by her daughter,
Mrs. Edwin Spencer, Jr., and Edwin.
III., who will be Mrs. Chapman's
guests for the week.
Judge Bell, Saturday, issued mar marriage
riage marriage licenses to Albert Williams and
Rhoda Hope, to John Williams and Al Al-lie
lie Al-lie McQueen. The latter couple were
married at the home of the bride yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. All colored.
President Chace. Treasurer Brown
and Secretary Muncaster are planning
a smoker as a revivifier for the coma comatose
tose comatose board of trade. i
Policeman Poraby, who was wound wounded
ed wounded by the dic'hargeof his own plstolj
ower twp months ago Is .able once
more to- walk ,withaiit crutches. He
carrjf his gun
he ; cartridges in
meet at the
in this city
Rexall Cold Tablets do
Can give you the formula
25c. the package at the
if you like.
Mr. A. J. Brigance received a 'phone
j message this morning rrom m. j.
Falana, on the outskirts of town,
stating that his store had been broken
into last night and the night before
Mr. Brigance went out immed
The Arms House is a popular place
for both home folks and transients. It
always has all the guests it can take
Are 70U interested in paper bag
cooking? If so come to us for your
supply of the ba;
Post Office Drug
;s. 25c the pickage.
Miss Polly McMullen of Clearwater,
Miss Luta Mae Carswell of Perry and
Miss Patton of Gainesville were Sun Sunday
day Sunday guests of the Ocala House.
Can furnish rrom one setting to one
thousand pure bred Rhode Island Red
eggs for hatching at $10 per hundred.
Ed Carmichael, Ocala.
ECONOMY FRUIT JARS
LOST A black silk umbrella, silver silver-tipped
tipped silver-tipped handle, right new. Finder will
receive reward on leaving same at this
office. Lost two weeks ago.
Mr. J. O. Dekle received a message
Saturday evening stating that his lit little
tle little son was sinking fast. Mr. Dekle
left for Miami Saturday night.
Barber Blesch visited his sandspur
farm at Lady Lake yesterday. If
Blesch can ever perfect his Idea of
grafting sandspurs on wiregrass, he
believes he can raise a fine article of
barbed wire fence. Then he will sell
THE CARN-THOMAS STORE HAS
in stock the famous Economy Fruit
Jars in pints, quarts and half-gallon
sizes. This jar seals itself automat automatically
ically automatically by the heat of the boiled fruit
or vegetables to be canned has no
rubber band to deteriorate and allow
the fruit to spoil is simple, durable
and economical, as its name implies.
The company absolutely guarantees
the content of the jar, if put up in
accordance with directions, to never
spill. The ooenings in these glass
jars are larse and easily filled or
Call at the ctore and see the jars
and how they are sealed and get a
booklet containing many valuable
household receiots. Price of jars
Pints, per dozen $1.00
Quarts, per do?en 1.25
Half-Gallons, pe- dozen. . 1.50
SUCCESSOR TO RXTER CAR
says he wil
Mrs. G. W. Martin left this afternoon
for Tampa, for another visit to her
sick daughter, Mrs. W. H. Wilson.
Mr. W. H. Blair and wife returned
home today to Martin from Cornell.
Misses Elizabeth and Blanche Mizelle
left today for their home at Orange
Iake. Their Ocala friends hope to see
All the members of the
League are requested to
Temple Theater tomorrow
2:30 o'clock for practice.
Mrs. F. M. Brown of
was transacting business
and Mrs. E. G. Peek will leave in
the morning on the early train for
Gainesville, where they will attend the
commencement of the University of
Florida. Dr. Peek's brother, Mr T. D.
Felton, is one of the graduates of the
class of 1812. The doctor will return
Wednesday but Mrs. Peek will remain
for a few days.
The ladies of the Baptist Sewing
Circle had a pleasant afternoon at the
home of Mrs. J. D. Robertson today.
Mrs. J. W. Pearson leaves tomorrow
for Kansas City, where she and Mr.
Pearson will make their home in fu future.
ture. future. Mrs. Pearson has been a resident
of, Ocala for many years. Sh and her
family will be greatly missed by their
Ocala friends and neighbors.
Mr. Wallace Stovall came up from
Tampa Saturday night, to visit his
mother and other relatives here, and
returned today, accompanied by his
sister. Miss Minnie.
Miss Myrtice Speir returned to her
home here Tuesday after a visit of
several months in Ocala. Plant City
s Dorothy Schreiber is home from
her studies in Atlanta Mrs. F. T.
Schreiber went .toJ"'XiJUrn"fa to see her
daughter graduatand accompanied
Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe went to Wood Wood-mar
mar Wood-mar this afternoon, where she will
spend a few days with Mrs. R. R. Car Carroll.
roll. Carroll. Mr. L. R. Chazal came up this morn morning
ing morning from Woodmar. where he spent
Sunday with his family.
Miss Esther Weathers is visiting at
Woodmar. the guest f Mrs. D. S
The ladies of St. Phillips Catholic
church will have a sale of home-made
cake, bread, rolls. candy and fancy
articles at the residence of Mrs. A. E.
Delouest Tuesday afternoon. May 28. at
4 o'clock. A May-pole and grab-bag
will be arranged for the children and
ice cream and cake will be sold during
Mr. J. G. Spurlin. Miss Rebecca
Smith. Messrs. Roy Galloway and Bar-
MRS. C. H. DAME
The city was saddened Saturday eve evening
ning evening to learn of the death of Mrs.
Dame. She had been, sick for many
months, but had been so bright and
cheerful when she left for treatment
in a Jacksonville sanitarium a few
weeks ago that her friends generally
shared the hope of her husband and
friends that she would soon be restor restored
ed restored to health.
Mrs. Dame had been a resident oj
Ocala for about twenty years and had
endeared herself to all who knew her
by her kindness and womanly qual qualities.
ities. qualities. She was a quiet home-keeper,
who found her chief pride and joy in
her own family circle, from which the
light of her goodness radiated to the
world outside. She was a devoted
member of the Christian church and
had a faithful and efficient share in all
its good work. A loving wife and a
tender mother, her loss to her husband
and children brings bitter sorrow that
time can only soften but never cause
to be forgotten.
Mrs. Dame was born in Tennessee
and was a daughter of that excellent
old citizen. Captain Stone, who passed
away here some years ago. She leaves
beside her husband, a son and. two
daughters, Mr. Adolph Dame, Mrs. H.
W. Tucker and Miss Lois Dame, her
aged and feeble mother and her sister.
Miss Fannie Stone, beside her brothers
The remains of Mrs. Dame arrived in
the city this afternoon from Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, accompanied by Mr. Dame and
Mr. Adolph Dame, and were taken to
the family residence in the third ward,
from where they were borne to the
Christian church, where the funeral
service was held. Rev. W. H. Coleman
officiated, and many friends shared in
sympathy the grief of the relatives.
Many beautiful floral offerings mutely
but fragrantly attested the love and
esteem in which the departed was held.
The pall bearers were: Dr. William
Anderson, G. T. Maughs, F. B. Beck Beckham.
ham. Beckham. C. V. Miller, Emmett Robinson
and T. W. Mitchell of Jacksonville.
The remains were interred in Green Greenwood
wood Greenwood cemetery. Mclver & MacKay
had charge of the arrangements.
WILL TAKE A MEDICAL DEGREE
The Star is in receipt today of a
commencement program, which is a
very handsome and elaborate one, of
the graduating exercises of the class
of '12 of the medical college of Tulane
Ujiiversity of New Orleans.
JrsVmong the great class of 116 in the
medical department who will receive
their diplomas as physicians and sur surgeons
geons surgeons during commencement exercises,
which began on May 22nd and will
close Wednesday evening of this week,
is Mr. Harry Walters of this city, sec second
ond second son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Walters.
Dr. Walters was a graduated pharm pharmacist
acist pharmacist and this was a great aid in his
medical studies. He has put In four
years of hard study, working as a
pharmacist during vacations, and is
graduating with a splendid record and
stands well at the front in his big
Following are the meteorological
conditions that prevailed during the
twenty-four hours up to noon today:
South wind; partly cloudy.
Minimum temperature, 73 degrees.
Maximum temperature, 04 degrees.
Fai rtonight; showers Tuesday.
Miss Lucy Bowden and Miss Ramor.a
Kay will leave Wednesday morning
for Ocala, where they will enjoy a
visit with the latter's sister, Mrs. R. C.
Muncaster. Times-Union, 26th.
WANTED To figure with you on
your carpenter work. If you are con contemplating
templating contemplating building or have any re repair
pair repair work that you want done, I will
guarantee you that the price will be
right and will do you first class work.
Let me figure your work. Address,
Contractor, care Star.
Dauglas shoes at Fishel's.
Children's dresses at Fishel's.
Ladies' dresses at Fishel's.
A BOX IN
OUR SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS
is ibe safest of all places in which lo keep year insurance
policies and other valuable papers.
THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK
SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS
are fire, burgnlar and moisture prcof. Yen can rent a
box in them for as little as $5.00 a year and we know of
no other investment you can make which wii! save yon
so much worry, inconvenience and possible loss.
CAPITAL FULLY PAID IX 75,009
H. D. STOKES. Cashier.
JNO. L. EDWARDS. Pres. CLARENCE CAMP. Vice. Pres.
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REDUCED SUMMER RATES
$35.04 for Hie scholarship. Commercial or Stenography course
$25.00 for fifteen weeks vacation course.
Visit the College and investigate. Telephone 451
H. H. Arnston, A. B.,
W. P. Garrett.
Prin. Com'I Dept.
where they j
from Lake Weir station.
Mr. C. K. Connor spent Sunday with
his family at the lake and returned
FOR SALK CHEAP New Buck
ranse, used about two months. Phone
Mrs. Geo. Hendree Harrison has re returned
turned returned from a pleasant visit with Mr.
and Mrs. Z. D. Harrison at Fernbank
tand Atlanta. Jacksonville Metropolis.
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WHAT TO GIVE-THAT IS THE QUESTION
WE SOLVED IT long ago for people in
just pucIi a position as yon. Come in
and let us talk it over. Between us we
will be able to pick a useful and agreeable
gift that will give the greatest delight to the
recipient as well as to yourself.
Ao E0 BIDMETT
We have just received a carload
of Cypress Lumber Boards 10 and 12
inches wide 2x4 and x pots All
Good Heart Cypress for fence material.
You can build that fence now, we
have just the material you've been
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the rooms with windows opening upon
that side of the hotel, had come the
voice of the woman. She might as
well have been above as below him,
or on either side: he could not guess.
But he was determined.
Now there was beneath his window
a balcony with a floor of wood and a
rail of iron-filigree a long balcony,
extending from one corner of the ho hotel
tel hotel to the other. At intervals it was
splashed with light from the windows
of chambers still occupied by guests
belated or busy, like himself, with the
task of dressing for the evening. The
window to his left was alight; that
on his right, dark. With half his body
on the balcony, his legs dangling with within
in within the room, O'Rourke watched the
opening on his left with jealous,
breathless expectancy. Not a sound
came therefrom. lie hesitated.
"If that weren't her room, I'd hear
somebody moving about," he reasoned.
" 'Tis frightened she is not suspect suspect-in,
in, suspect-in, 'tis me. . But how do I know
'tis herself? . Faith! could me
ears deceive me?"
With that he took heart of hope and
broke manfully into the chorus, sing singing
ing singing directly to the lighted window,
singing the first line with ardor and
fervor, with confidence and with hope,
singing persuasively, pleadingly, anx anxiously,
iously, anxiously, insistently.
"For the worrld is all befo-ore us
he sang and then paused. He heard
no echo. And again he essayed, with
that in his tone to melt a heart of
"For the worrld is all befo-ore us
And now he triumphed and was
lifted out of himself with sheer de-
i light; for from the adjoining room
Ocala Lumber & Supply Co.
"Everything that Goes Into the Construction of :i r.uildintj-"
Office and Yards:
Corner Osceola and Henry Streets.
The Brom Impulse Tire Pump nave time, money, labor, lame
backs and atrons language. Hr "imply removing; a rtpark plus and at attaching:
taching: attaching: pump connection It Immediately fill your lire with pure, freh
air with power from the enulne of our nufo. Mtutt wonderful Inven Invention
tion Invention of the agre. No experiment. Satisfaction guaranteed. We are Flor Florida
ida Florida state agent. Let ni have your order now. l'rl e complete, $15.
KNIGHT & LANG
came the next line:
"And landladies ado-ore us
Unable to contain himself, he
chimed in, and in duet they sang it
out to the rousing finale:
"They ne'er rayfuse to sco-ore us.
P.ut chalk us up wid joy
Vv"e taste her tap, we tear her cap
'O. thr.t's the chap
For mo, cries she
Isn't he the darlint, the bould solflier solflier-boy!
As the last note rang out and died.
the next window was darkened ; the
woman had switched off the lights.
He heard a faint rustle of silken ruf ruffles.
fles. ruffles. 'Tis herself," he declared in
an agony of anticipation "herself and
none other! And I'm thinking she'll
be coming to the window now
He was right. Abruptly he discov discovered
ered discovered her by the reflected glow from
the illumination behind him. He was
conscious of the pallid oval of her
face, of a sleek white sheen of arms
and shoulders, of a dark mass of hair,
but more than all else of the glamour
of eyes that shone into his softly,
like limpid pools of darkness touched
by dim starlight.
Inflamed, he leaned toward her.
"Whist, darling!" he stammered.
"Whist! 'Tis myself 'tis Terence"
But she was gone. A low, stifled
laugh was all his. answer that and
the silken whisper of her skirts as she
scurried from the window. He flush flushed
ed flushed crimson, waited an instant, then
flung discretion to the winds, and
found himself scrambling out upon the
balcony. Heaven only knows to what
lengths the man would have gone had
not the slam of a door brought him up
standing; she had left her room!
So she thought to escape him so
easily! He swore between his teeth
wdth excitement and tumbled back
whence he had come. Regardless of
the fact that he was still in his shirt shirtsleeves
sleeves shirtsleeves he rushed madly for the door.
On the way a shooting-jacket on the
door, perhaps in revenge for neglect
and ill-treatment, maliciously wound it-
Nobody can do good work utfh pcor tools. A poor
necbanic can do better work with good tools than a good work
man con do 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 of our goods of this kind
are ot the best standard makes and fully guaranteed. You can
pay less of course, bnt you get cheapness and not satisfaction,
good work or mnch of anything else.
We have a complete stock of augers and bits, and plain
8 and 10 inch rachets and ball bearing braces.
IHaupSoim Hardware Co.
for the man that lives in a rented house, than there is for
the man who owns his own home.
The man who owns the roof over his head has much
less trouble keeping dry.
True to the average wage earner, the question of
building, under ordinary circumstances, is a hard one, it
is a difficult matter to accumilate a sufficient amount of
money out of his earnings, especially is this true when he
has to pay the landlord from 30 per cent, to 50 per cent,
for the rent.
This company is organized for the express purpose
of supplying the "out of the ordinary" circumstances that
make it possible to OWN YOUR OWN HOME on practically the same expense that yon
are now meeting in rents.
We famish the money, our plan is based upon scientific financial basis. Money
borrowed from us for the purpose of building your home, or for raising the mortgage
that now hovers over it, WILL COST YOU LESS than you can secure elsewhere or
than you are now paying, and the PAYMENTS ARE MADE IN EASY MONTHLY INSTALL INSTALLMENTS.
MENTS. INSTALLMENTS. FIVE PER CENT
It is well worth your while to make a thorough investigation of our plans, we
court the closest investigation. We have furnished the money for the building of
many homes in the state, the owners of which are paying us by the month at Just
about what they were donating to the Inndlords previously.
Write for full particulars.
W irir v &&&
HOME OFFICE, THIRD FLOOR, CURRY BUILDING.
"The Dlvvle!" He Said Beneath HIa
self around his feet and all but threw
him headlong; only a frantic clutch at
the footrail of the bed saved him.
Kicking the thing savagely off he
flung himself upon the door and threw
it open. His jaw dropped.
The lift shaft was directly opposite.
Before it, in more or less patient wait waiting,
ing, waiting, stood a very young and beautiful
woman in a gown whose extreme can candor
dor candor was surpassed only by the perfec perfection
tion perfection of its design and appointment
both blatant of the Rue de la Paix;
a type as common to the cognoscenti
of Monte Carlo as the Swiss hotel por porters.
ters. porters. But O'Rourke did not know her
"The divvle!" said he beneath his
He was mistaken; but the young
woman, at first startled by his uncer unceremonious
emonious unceremonious appearance, on instantan instantaneous
eous instantaneous second thought decided to per permit
mit permit him to discover that twin imps,
at least, resided in her eyes. And
when his disappointment prevented
him from recognizing them, her dawn dawning
ing dawning smile was swiftly erased and her
ascending eyebrows spoke eloquently
enough of her haughty displeasure.
Synchronously the lift hesitated at
that landing and the gate clanged
wide; the young woman wound her
skirt about her and showed him a
back which at any other time would
have evoked his unstinted admiration.
Then the gate shot to with a rattle
and bang, and the lift dropped out of
sight, leaving the man with mouth
agape and eyes as wide.
A beaming but elderly femme de
chambre on duty in the corridor, re remarking
marking remarking O'Rourke's pause of s:upeSed
chagrin, hoped and believed he need needed
ed needed her services. She bore down upon
"M'sieu' ia desirous of ?''
He came out of his trance. "Noth "Nothing,"
ing," "Nothing," he told her with acid brevity.
"But, yes," he reconsidered with
haste. "That lady who but this mo moment
ment moment took the lift her name?"'
"Her name, m'sieu'? Ma'm'selle Vol Voltaire."
taire." Voltaire." "impossible!" he told himself aloud,
utterly unable to forge any connecting
link between the lady in the lift and
her whose voice had bewitched him.
"But assuredly, m'sieu'. Do I not
know I who have waited upon her
hand and foot these three days and to
whom she has not given as much as
that." The woman ticked a finger fingernail
nail fingernail against her strong white
teeth. "Ma'm'selle Victorine Vol Voltaire,"
taire," Voltaire," she asserted stubbornly.
O'Rourke fumbled in his pocket and
found a golden ten-franc piece, surren surrendering
dering surrendering it to the woman as heedlessly
as though it had been as many cen centimes.
times. centimes. "I'll be leaving me room in Ave
minutes, now. And do ye. fcr the love
of Heaven, me dear, try to set me
things the least trif.e to rights. Will
ye now, like the best little girl in
The best little girl in the world,
who was forty-five if a day, j rornisM
miracles with a bob of a courtesy.
But so disgruntle-! was O'Rourke that
he shut his door in her face.
" Tis myself that's the feci." he
said savagely enough, "to think for a
moment that ever again I'll set me
eyes on her pretty face Go I bless it.
wherever she may be! . For
why should I deserve to I, the pen penniless
niless penniless adventurer?"
Call up Phone 300 and Let us Give an Estimate on Your
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at our lamps, speedometers, oilers,
horns, batteries, tools, tires, etc.,
knows that they are the kind that
be wants. He recognizes the fact
that the worthless and untried have
no place here. Come and see if our
exhibit will not remind you of some some-think
think some-think you need.
Florida Aufo Sales Co.
North of Government Building
in bringing your sick soles
because Heeling is onr 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