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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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VOL. 19.
OCALA, FLOKIDA, TUESDAY, JUNE 4, 1912.
NO. 2.

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Clear and Convincing Heaoo Why
Woodrow WtlKon f the Democrat!?
I'artv'a Moal Available Candidate.
(New York World.)
Woodrovv Wilson of New Jersey
should be the Democratic candidate
for president.
That is the opinion of The World.
That is the counsel of the New Jersey
primaries. That is the loic of the
situation.
It is time for facts and not for theor theories.
ies. theories. Judson Harmon might prove a
strong candidate in New York and
Ohio, but his nomination has been ren rendered
dered rendered impossible. Champ Clark would
be a hopelessly beaten candidate in
New York, New Jersey and Connecti Connecticut.
cut. Connecticut. He could do no better than Mr.
Bryan, who has lost these States three
times and would lose them aain if
nominated. Oscar W. Underwood is of
Presidential size, but he has been un untested
tested untested as a candidate in the North and
is an unknown quantity to most of
the voters. Wood row Wilson alone has
a record of continuinK victory in the
section which victory is essential to
Democratic success.
What other Democratic candidate
could poll so many votes in the reat
debatable States of the East New
York, New Jersey and Connecticut?
What other eDmoeratie candidate,
who could carry these States, would
be so strong in the yreat debatable
States of the Middle West Ohio and
Indiana?
What other Democartic candidate
could make so powerful an appeal to
hundreds of thousands of thoughtful
independent voters without whose sup support
port support no Democratic President can be
elected?
What other Democratic candidate
could so well stem the rising tide of
Rooseveltism, which now threatens to
engulf representative government and
republican institutions?
What other Democratic candidate
would so fully measure up to the ideals
of the same radicals and the same con conservatives
servatives conservatives upon whose joint action the
result of the election will hirme?
The World hitherto has withheld its
active support from all candidates. It
advocated an open convention at Balti Baltimore,
more, Baltimore, and advised its Democratic
friends to await the action of the Re Republicans
publicans Republicans at Chicago. The open con convention
vention convention is assured. The measure of all
the candidates has been taken. The
situation is clarified and further delay
is unnecessary.
Like a twentieth-century Genghis
Khan, Theodore Roosevelt, with his
horde of prairie Populists and Wall
street Socialists, is sweeping down up upon
on upon the Republican National Convention.
Mr. Taft seems as powerless to check
him as the degenerate Romans were
to check the descent of t lie Goths and
the Vandals. The historic party of
Lincoln and Seward and Chase anil
Sumner and Conkling and Chandler
and P.laine and Garfield and Harrison
and Sherman and MeKinley is appar apparently
ently apparently in the death throes. This is the
twilight of the gods, and the Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic party must rise not only to its
opportunity but to its responsibility.
How can it do its duty better than
to match sanity against lunacy; states
manship against demagogy: the his- ;
torian against Rough Rider: the Edu Educator
cator Educator of public opinion against the de de-baucher
baucher de-baucher of public opinion: the first
term against the third term; the tariff tariff-reformer
reformer tariff-reformer against the stand-patter: the
man who would prosecute trust mag magnates
nates magnates against the man who would pro protect
tect protect trust magnates; the supporter of
constitutional government against the
champion personal government: law
against lawlessness; Americanism
against Mexicanism: the Republic
against the dictatorship?
Who better represents these issues
than Woodrow Wilson? Who i.s bet better
ter better qualified than Woodrow Wilson to
appeal to the intelligence and common
sense of the American people against
the most cunning and adroit dema demagogue
gogue demagogue that modern civilization has
produced since Napoleon ..?
Who would stand a better chance
of election in this great national crisis?
I.et us look at the facts:
It will require 266 electorial votes
to elect a President. The so-called
Southern States, including Maryland
and Missouri, have 17. votes. Assum Assuming
ing Assuming that Arizona will go Democratic,
too. practically any Democratic candi candidate
date candidate for President can count on 178
electoral votes. But 88 more are nec necessary
essary necessary to victory. Where can these
88 be found?
It is folly to look for them west of
the Mississippi River. The West is in
the midst of another revival of Popul Populism.
ism. Populism. In Theodore Roosevelt it has
found a new substitute for its gospel
of free silver. He is ihe political re reincarnation,
incarnation, reincarnation, of James B. Weaver. Mary
E. Lease, Jerry Simpson and Peffer.
He is the heaven-born ratio of 16 to 1
in a still more fascinating form. It is
idle to think that any Democrat could
appeal to the West against Roosevelt.
It is idle to think that anybody who
is not a far more masterfield and dan dangerous
gerous dangerous demagugue than Roosevelt
could command the support of the Pop Populists
ulists Populists who now call themselves Re Republican
publican Republican Progressives.
The Democratic party, if it is to win
the election and safeguard American
institutions, must unite the Kast and
the South as Tilden did in 1ST6. The
candidate must carry New York with
its 45 electoral votes. He must carry
New Jersey with its 14 electoral votes.
He must carry Connecticut wits its 7
electoral votes. To lose these States
is to give Roosevelt a walkover. To
win these States is to win not only 66
of the SS electoral votes that are need needed,
ed, needed, but in all probability it is to win
Ohio with 24 votes: it is to win In Indiana
diana Indiana with lii votes, which is the his-

torial political ally of New York and
New Jersey; it is to give the Democrat Democratic
ic Democratic party an opportunity of victory in
Massachusetts with its 18 votes, and to
bring Deleware with its 3 votes back
into the Democratic column. In other
words, it is to elect a Democratic
President of the United States.
It Is in the Past that Democratic
victory must be won. It is in the East
that Rooseveltism must be overthrown.
It is the East that must save the coun country
try country from a third term and all it im implies.
plies. implies. For that reason The World re regards
gards regards Woodrow Wilson as the strong strongest
est strongest candidate the Democratic party can
nominate.
The New Jersey primaries were a
vital test of his political strength not
only in New Jersey but in New York.
They proved that local opposition to
him is largely a myth. Although the
campaign against him was well organ organized
ized organized and abundantly financed, it failed
miserably. He swept the State, and
the only four delegates he lost were
lost through personal efforts of James
Smith. Jr., a political boss whom Gov.
Wilson kept out of the United States
Senate. In a section of the country
where Wall street and the political
posses are most powerful. Gov. Wilson
demonstrated that he has the confi confidence
dence confidence of the rank and file of the party,
without which any man's candidacy is
futile. He demonstrated as well that
his political strength is the kind of
strength that is essential to Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic success in the vitally necessary
States of New York, New Jersey and
Connecticut.
So much for that.
During Gov. Wilson's public career
The World has been compelled to take
issue with him on many questions. We
regarded with grave misgivings his
sudden conversion to the initiative and
referendum, reversing the principles
of a life-time. We regretted his ap apparent
parent apparent dispostition to imitate Mr.
Bryan's sweeping charges against the
so-called Money Trust without sup supporting
porting supporting these charges with facts and
specifications. We regretted his long
campaign tours, his too eager chase
after the nomination, and certain
symptoms of instability which threat threatened
ened threatened to weaken his public usefulness.
We have not hesitated to warn him
when we thought he was going astray,
and shall not hesitate to do so again
in the future.
But Gov. Wilson's elements of weak weakness
ness weakness are vastly overbalanced by his
elements of strength. He has proved
his political courage and his fearless fearlessness.
ness. fearlessness. He has proved himself sound on
tariff reform. He has proved himself
sound on the-Sherman law. He has
proved himself sound on corporation
control. He lias proved himself sound
on trust prosecutions and personal
guilt. He has proved himself sound
against government by Wall street
plutocracy. He has proved himself
sound on the independence of the ju judiciary.
diciary. judiciary. He has proved himself sound
on the fundamental principles of con constitutional
stitutional constitutional government. He has proved
that he is instinctively and tempera temperamentally
mentally temperamentally a Democrat. He has proved
himself a free man who cannot be
buldozed by bosses or influenced
against his convictions even by his
personal friends. That is the sort of
man who ought to be President.
Gov. Wilson lias had more public ex experience
perience experience than Grover Cleveland had
when he was elected I'resident. He is
better known to the rank and file of
the party than Samuel J. Tilden was

when he was nominated for President.
The World believes that he would be
a progressive constitutional I'resident
whom the American people could trust
and for whom they would never have
cause to apologize.
We appeal to all Democrats to con consider
sider consider this matter soberly and thought thoughtfully
fully thoughtfully and without prejudice. We ap appeal
peal appeal to the delegates to the Democratic
Convention to be swayed by no consid considerations
erations considerations except those of principle and
the public welfare. We appeal to Mr.
Bryan to throw his great political in influence
fluence influence upon the side of Gov. Wilson
and aid the Democratic party to meet
adequately this great crisis in the Na Nation's
tion's Nation's history. He has the most brilli brilliant
ant brilliant opportunity for disinterested, pa patriotic
triotic patriotic leadership that has came to any
American generation, and he has be before
fore before him in Theodore Roosevelt a
striking example of the meaning of
ruthless and unyielding ambition.
It is not in behalf of Woodrow Wil Wilson
son Wilson that The World urges his nomina nomination.
tion. nomination. It is not merely in behalf of the
Democratic party as a party. It is in
behalf of the American people. It is
in behalf of American institutions. It
is in behalf of the Republic. It is in
behalf of the Nation that is now con confronted
fronted confronted with the gravest menace that
it has faced since the obliteration of
human slavery and the overthrow of
secession
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Palatka ev Itefute the Fairy Tale
About the 1-ate Keputilican ton ton-veutlon
veutlon ton-veutlon In that t'lty
Jacksonville. Theodore Roosevelt
will base his contention that the re recent
cent recent Republican State convention at
Palatka. which endorsed President
Taft, was irregular. on the ground
that his negro supporters were bar barred
red barred from the convention hall, after
being tricked into leaving to refresh
themselves with soft drinks.
In asking that Florida delegates fa favorable
vorable favorable to himself, be seated at the
national Republican convention, which
meets in Chicago. June 18. he will
allege that when the State conven convention
tion convention recessed at Palatka. admission
cards were given to Taft supporters,
while those known to be unfavorable
to the president failed to secure
pasteboards.
When tney returned to the hall they
were in the same position as the "fool "foolish
ish "foolish virgins," who had forgotten their
oil and were barred from the marriage
feast.
Upon reassembling, the Republican
office holders, both white and black,
and such other Taft supporters as
they could corral, jammed through
resolutions endorsing the president,
and adjourned before the Roosevelt
delegates could regain admission to
the hall.
At a subsequent convention held in
this city, Saturday, May 18, by the
Progressive wing of the Republican
party, Roosevelt was unanimously en endorsed.
dorsed. endorsed. Six delegates and six alter alternates
nates alternates were elected to attend the Chi Chicago
cago Chicago convention and instructed to
vote for Roosevelt first, last and all
the time.
On the same day, the Republican
conventions of the Second and Third
Congerssional districts met here and
elected two delegates and two alter alternates,
nates, alternates, each with similar instructions.
Attorney Herbert L. Anderson, who
has been in the forefront of the
Roosevelt battle in Florida, was elec elected
ted elected national committeeman, to contest
for the position of Henrcy C. Chubb,
who represents the Taft wing of the
party in this capacity.
Acting under the personal orders of
Theodore Roosevelt, under whom he
served as a detective in New York,
when Teddy was police commissioner,
J. K. Burgess, principal of the metro metropolitan
politan metropolitan Detective Agency, of this city,
sent operatives to Palatka to Investi Investigate
gate Investigate alleged threats and violence, to
which negro supporters of the former
president were said to have been sub subjected.
jected. subjected. These investigations indicate that
while Sheriff Kennerly of Putnam
county is alleged to have kanted to
forcibly eject negro supporters of
Roosevelt from the hall, he was re restrained
strained restrained from doing so by party lead leaders
ers leaders with cooler heads. The scheme of
Inviting the negroes out to take a
drink and keeping them out was then
hatched.
From a Mrs. Kalbfield. who wrote the
convention proceedings for a Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville morning paper, a detective secur secured
ed secured the following statement:
"I was requested to write up the con convention
vention convention and did so, giving a correct
version of the proceedings. 1 told how
the Roosevelt delegates had been rail railroaded
roaded railroaded out, after being refused per permission
mission permission to speak or take any part in
the usual business of the day.
"Joseph Iee. the negro collector of
internal revenue, at Jacksonville, ran
the convention like a king, and would
not permit a Roosevelt delegate to par participate.
ticipate. participate. When a Roosevelt delegate
arose to speak, he was either hooted
down or Lee would advise him it was
not time for him to speak. Lee would
tell him that he could speak after
awhile, but the time never came. The
Roosevelt delegates were always de declared
clared declared to be out of order."
Mrs. Kalbfield also related to the de detective
tective detective the manner in which Roosevelt
delegates were tricked into leaving the
hall.
Lee is reported to have stated in his
speech that the white men wanted his
position as collector of the port of
Jacksonville and that if Mr. Taft were
not re-elected and Roosevelt won the
nomination, that the only good. lucra lucrative
tive lucrative Federal position held in the State
of Florida by one of his race would go
to a white man
He is said to have urged the negroes
to hold together as a race, irrespective
of party, and to have told them the po position
sition position he now held had been secured by
doing what he was told and letting the
men "higher up" run things.
The above story has been going the
rounds of the press of the country and
has so alarmed the administration sup supporters
porters supporters that they are securing affida affidavits
vits affidavits from persons who were in the con convention
vention convention to refute them.
A representative of the Palatka News
was a spectator at the convention, and
he is sure that the "soft drink" tale H
wholly untrue. In fact the story is pre preposterous.
posterous. preposterous. Think of enticing over a
hundred negro delegates from a state
convention with the promise of a drink
of fizz water!
There was no general bolt from the
convention as reported in the Times Times-Union
Union Times-Union the following day. The conven
tion was regular. Only delegates were j

admitted to the body of the hall be because
cause because of the limited seating capacity,
although alternate negro delegates
clamored for admission and were sore
because they were not. They felt that
they had rights.
Three negroes, Powell of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, and Posel and Robinson of Pa Palatka.
latka. Palatka. tried to ki. k up a disturbance
but they were squelched in a parlia parliamentary
mentary parliamentary manner: after which they left
the hall.
(Concluded on Fourth Page)

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OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, JOE 4, 1812

OCALA EVENING STAR
, Rlttinger & Carroll Proprietors.
R. R. Carroll, Holiness Manager.
J. H. Benjamin, Editor.

TAKES ALL HIS TIME
According to a recent letter received
In the city by a friend of Commodore
Goodwin, he has felt obliged to de decline
cline decline an invitation from Major General
Leonard Wood, chief of staff of the
United States army, to serve as a
director of the National Remount As Association.
sociation. Association. It seems that army officials
are considerably perturbed as to the
future source of supply for cavalry re remounts
mounts remounts and army horses and the Na National
tional National Remount Association will en endeavor
deavor endeavor to encourage farmers in the in intelligent
telligent intelligent production of horses suitable
for army purposes and also of animals
of general utility. Mr. Goodwin de declined
clined declined the appointment on the ground
that his work as managing editor of
the Breeder's Gazette claims all his ef effort.
fort. effort. It was understood before Mr.
Goodwin left for his Chicago home in
April that the Lake Weir Yacht Club
would need to find a new commodore
next year, asthe work and worry of
the commodore's activities around the
lfcke have defeated the end for which
he established his winter residence on
Lake Weir, namely: rest. He Is said to
have confided to a friend that he came
to Florida firm in the belief that it is
better to wear out than rust out, but
that he has altered his view on that
subject.
ENLISTING THE EDITORS
The Times-Union says: From the
Interest being displayed In the ap approaching
proaching approaching good roads auto run from
Jacksonville to Palatka June 21, the
event will be the most successful and
far reaching of any of similar charac character
ter character ever held in Florida. The run will
be held under auspices of the Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville board of trade and is in the
interest of a state highway from the
Metropolis to Tampa. D. Kelly Rob Roberts,
erts, Roberts, chairman of the sub-committee
having charge of the arrangements, is
working energetically for the success
of the run and is well pleased over the
prospects.
The state, press association will be
in session in Palatka at the time the
good road enthusiasts reach the Gem
City, the tour being planned at this
particular time in an endeavor to en enlist
list enlist the sympathies of the editors In
the good roads cause generally and
particularly a state highway between
the two chief cities of Florida.
AX INCUBUS ABOLISHED
The sundry civil appropriations bill
reported to the House Monday legis legislated
lated legislated the tariff board out of existence
but continued the present efficiency
and economy commission appropria appropriation
tion appropriation of $75,000.
The bill also recommends the custo customary
mary customary twenty-five thousand dollars for
the traveling expenses of the president
but shows the effect of the pruning
knife in many places.
The Senate passed a bill to pay the
widow of Admiral Schley one hundred
and fifty dollars a month after a warm
fight made In her behalf by Senator
Rayner.
FAMOUS FLYER MET HIS FATE
At Bremen Sunday, Albert Buch Buch-staetter,
staetter, Buch-staetter, one of the best known Ger German
man German aviators, and his passenger, Lieut.
Stille of the German army, were kill killed
ed killed when their monoplane plunged to
the ground just after starting on the
northwest aviation circuit of 425 miles.
The monoplane, guided by Buch Buch-staetter,
staetter, Buch-staetter, rose and was taking a curve
preparatory to straightening out for
the long journey when the accident oc occurred.
curred. occurred. Apparently the aviator over over-banked
banked over-banked his machine. The monoplane
dropped so heavily that it was half
buried in the earth and had to be tak taken
en taken apart before the bodies of the two
men could be extricated.
Fifteen professional aviators with
members of the army aviation corps
as passengers had entered the contest,
but after the accident the flight was
abandoned.
Buchstaetter was an experienced aviator-
who made several notable flights
during 1911.
On our first page today we print ne
article from the New. York World, ad advocating
vocating advocating the nomination of Wilson,
which the Times-Union and a few other
papers are making such a feeble effort
to answer. The force and logic of the
World's arguments are obvious. There
are two things about the World that It
is impossible to deny. One is its inde independence.
pendence. independence. The other is the accuracy
of its political predictions. It has the
best methods in the country for ascer ascertaining
taining ascertaining the trend of popular sentiment
and reports it accordingly. It is one of
the few papers which does not always
predict according to its wishes, and its
opinions always carry weight with
thinking men.
Rear Admiral Peschwitz's German
squadron, arrived off Hampton Roads
Sunday and was given a welcoming
salute from the vessels of Uncle Sam's
Atlantic fleet. The visiting officers
will be the guests of officers of the
United States Navy while here. To Tomorrow
morrow Tomorrow the German admiral, with his
officers, will go to Washington for
three days as guests of tne navy de department,
partment, department, and will be received by
President Taft at the White House.
News that Tom Watson would be ar arrested
rested arrested for sending obscene matter
through the mails in the shape of a
Latin phrase or Latin words in his
magazine has caused the greatest sale
of the periodical. So many people
wanted to find out just what Thomas
said. Metropolis.
And every Latin scholar in town is
being tackled for a translation.
Already the people, or some of them,
are cursing the primary system. Some
writers forget that the methods and
results of the old convention plan were
not generally satisfactory. Stick to
the primary it is the people's way.
Discuss rathan than "cus" the thing.
Let an, aroused, educated public senti-

merit do way with the slanderer, "the
combiner." the trader, the grafter and
John Barleycorn these make the most
of the mischief. The plan is all right
but the voters are human. Arcadia
News.

MRS. C. M. SCHNEIDER
After a few short years of mental
trouble which began with life itself.
Dorothy DeEtte. wife of Carl Milton
Schneider, was laid to rest in beautiful
Greenwood cemetery. May 28th. after a
brief illness resulting from miliary
tuberculosis contracted within the past
few weeks.
Mrs. Schneider was the daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Reynolds of Mariet Marietta,
ta, Marietta, Ohio, and niece of our Dr. C. W.
Lindner, at whose home she met her
husband. Very pretty, possessed of a
sparkling, attractive personality and
in her more lovable moods all that is
charming and winning, Mrs. Schneider
in her death leaves keen pain and re regret
gret regret in the hearts of many warm
friends, while in the life of her hus husband
band husband and little child, an aged father,
one sister and many less closely relat related,
ed, related, she leaves a sorrow ..that mere
words can not express.
Sorrow plows less deep its furrows
In the hearts by grief oppressed.
Knowing Death has no crown of sor sorrows
rows sorrows For a life of mind unrest.
SHADY" WAYS
We have spoken often for good pub public
lic public roads as the best investment, ev everything
erything everything considered, that the country
can make: but we are indebted to the
Maryland state grange for the sound
suggestion that there are no really
good country roads without shade
trees along them. The practical, eco economic
nomic economic value of trees along the road roadside
side roadside is beyond dispute. They actually
protect the road and lessen the cost of
upkeep. How much they add to the
money value of abutting farms it
would be difficult to estimate: but if,
of two farms otherwise exactly equal
to value and offered at the same price,
one is fringed by shade trees and the
other is bare, there is little doubt
which nine buyers out of ten would
prefer. In no other way can the at attractions
tractions attractions of a bit of country road be so
much enhanced. Who that drives in
the country doesn't feel grateful to the
farmer whose trees beautify the scene?
Planting shade trees where none exist
is not really expensive, and in the long
run it pays quite as well, at least, as
planting wheat. There are of course
certain practical problems, such as
avoiding too dense a shade upon grain
land and selecting the right stock;
but a treeless road anywhere outside
the desert Is a reproach to those who
live on it. Saturday Evening Post.
Editor Star: The above article from
last week's Saturday Evening Post
ought to make mighty good reading
for our county commissioners, who are
permitting the owners of land on our
hard roads to cut down every tree be between
tween between the outside of their fences and
the roadway.
One of the beauties of the Silver
Springs is (or was) the magnificent
drive out from Ocala. Many of us can
recall the time when nearly the whole
distance was one continuous arch
formed by the splendid trees on each
side of the road and visitors were fully
as enthusiastic over the beauties of the
road as they were with those of the
Springs.
Today however this is being rapidly
changed. Owners of adjacent property
are destroying the road and reducing
the value of their holdings by cutting
down every tree even tho it be out on
the line of the surfaced road. There is
certainly some law that will prevent
such sacrilege, and it should be the
duty of the commissioners to see it en enforced,
forced, enforced, othewise our beautiful drives
will soon be replaced by something
little better than the alkali plains of
Arizona. H. C. P.
THE OPENING- FIGHT
Friends of Colonel Roosevelt an announce
nounce announce that the first real test of
strength between their candidate and
President Taft will come Thursday
when R. B. Howell of Omaha, na national
tional national republican committeeman-elect
from Nebraska, will demand to be seat seated
ed seated as the successor of Victor Rosewa Rosewa-ter,
ter, Rosewa-ter, acting chairman of the national
committee, prior to the hearing of
contests by that body. The Roosevelt
magnates are prepared to make a de determined
termined determined fight to have Mr. Howell
seated and if they succeed they will
demand that Borden D. Whiting, of
New Jersey; Thomas K. Niedringhaus
of Missouri, and other national com-mitteemen-elect,
chosen either by di direct
rect direct primary or state convention, be
seated.
By this means they may succeed in
controlling the national committee and
deciding whether Senator Elihu Root
of New York shall be recommended as
temporary chairman of the convention.
GAINESVILLE MOURNS THE
DEATH OF JUDGE DAVIS
Gainesville, June 4. Death has again
invaded this city, claiming as its vic victim
tim victim this time one of Gainesville's old oldest,
est, oldest, most widely known and most
prominent citizens. Judge Horatio Da Davis.
vis. Davis. 72 years of age. which occurred at
4:25 o'clock. His death came peaceful peacefully,
ly, peacefully, and at his bedside were his sons, W.
G. Davis and Fred Davis, and daughter-in-law,
Mrs. Fred Davis.
It may be truthfully said that no
death occurring in this vicinity for
many years was more universally re regretted.
gretted. regretted. It is said that there will be two can candidates
didates candidates for chairman of the state dem democratic
ocratic democratic committee to succeed Chairman
Price George Raney, of Hillsborough,
and W. B. Crawford of Kissimmee.
Tampa Tribune.
Immediate legislation to prevent the
promiscuous use of habit-forming
drugs was urged by President Taft in a
message transmitted to Congress Mon Monday.
day. Monday. The message was accompanied
by a report from Secretary of State
Knox, declaring that unless action is
taken on measures now pending in
Congress, "the American government
may be justly accused of being half
hearted In its effort to mitigate or to
suppress the opium and allied evils."

IX THE CIRCUIT COURT

The famous Sumter county murder
trial is drawing to a close after an en entire
tire entire week's fight in the circuit court.
This afternoon Mr. Syd L. Carter of
Gainesville spoke for the defense in a
long, technical speech to the jury. Col.
Robert W. Davis of Tampa, followed
for the state, he being retained to as assist
sist assist Mr. E. W. Davis, state's attor attorney.
ney. attorney. "Our Bob" made one of his flow flowery,
ery, flowery, eloquent speeches which made the
jury sit up and pay attention.
Col. Davis was followed by Mr. Ed Edwin
win Edwin W. Davis, for the prosecution and
Mr. R. B. Bullock for the defense will
follow him. probably being very late
when Mr. Bullock finishes his address.
Mr. Carter, Junior, may also speak
for the defense. Various opinions are
expressed as to the result of the trial.
It has been very hard fought, and both
sides are confident of victory.
II I'SHXEL L
(Sumter County Times.
Miss Pearl Anderson after a few days
visit to friends here returned to Ox Oxford
ford Oxford Monday.
Messrs. H. J. Nichols and W. D. Gam Gamble
ble Gamble were here from Wildwood last Sat Saturday
urday Saturday and bought several cars of
watermelons.
A revival commenced at the Meth Methodist
odist Methodist church Friday evening. Rev. T.
E. York is assisted by the pastor Rev.
Blocker.
We have been reliably informed that
there will be another brick building
commenced on East Broad Street at
an early date.
Judge J. C. B. Koonce went up to
Ocala Tuesday accompanied by his son
Bernard, who has been here several
days visiting his father
Dr. J. O. Fleece and daughter. Miss
Lulie, and H. L. Snowden of Wildwood,
and Miss Blanche Mann of Sumterville.
motored down to the county capitol
Tuesday.
Mr. Spencer, of Ocala, representing
the Buick automobile, came in Tuesday
night with a brand new car which he
has been demonstrating to our people
this week.
Born, May 26th. to Mr. and Mrs. J.
Davis Glenn, of Chatsworth, Georgia,
a 10 pound boy. Mrs. Glenn was form formerly
erly formerly Miss Fannie Condrey of Coleman.
Mr. T. H. Wiker was a prominent
visitor to Bushnell Sunday afternoon.
He has just returned from a visit to
his old home in Georgia and we are
satisfied that he would have brought
a Georgia lady back with him but for
the fact that he desires a Florida girl,
a Sumter county girl, and one from
well we won't say what part of the
county.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bevill,
a fine twelve pound boy.
Mr. G. B. Tankersley, member of the
County Democratic Committee, motor motored
ed motored down from Coleman Wednesday to
bring the returns and assist in canvass canvassing
ing canvassing the vote.
We understand the foundation is be being
ing being laid for a new residence for Mr.
C. B. Allen near the residence of Mrs.
Himes. Several other new residences
will commence soon.
Messrs. Henry Bevill and Henry
Eaddy are the proud possessors of new
automobiles, each having purchased
through Mr. I. S. Hays a brand new lat latest
est latest model Buick Runabout. The little
cars are beauties.
A new concrete side walk is being
built from Noble's drug store to the
court house on East Broad street.
Mr. It. E. L. Pryor, the efficient drug druggist
gist druggist of Webster, has been in town this
week arranging to open his new drug
store in the Griffin building on East
Broad street
TRAGEDY AT CLERMONT
Crazed by Drink, Young Man Murderer
111m Wife and Then Defied Arrent,
Hut Finally Captured
Clermont, June 4. The most appall appalling
ing appalling tragedy in the history of the state
was enacted here Saturday evening
when Mr. A. V. Hough shot and in instantly
stantly instantly killed his young and beautiful
wife.
Crazed by weeks of steady drinking,
coupled with business reverses, his
mind was undoubtedly in a chaotic
condition when he committed the ter terrible
rible terrible deed.
Rushing from the house after firing
four shots in the body of his wife
while she was seated at her sewing
machine, he proclaimed his crime to
the people of the town; defied any one
to arrest him and declared his inten intention
tion intention to take his own life. Deputy
Sheriff Mills was quickly notified and
appeared on the scene with aid of for former
mer former friends of Mr. Hough. Diplomatic
pleadings and promises of protection
induced the murderer to surrender his
arms and submit to arrest without
further bloodshed. He was placed upon
the T. & G. train which was waiting
and landed in the Tavares jail.
Mrs. Rose Hough was the youngest
daughter of the late D. S. Crenshaw,
prominent as a business and naval
stores man.
DEBARRY WAS ACQUITTED
Miami, June 4. The DeBarry trial is
a thing of the past and W. Gaston De De-Barry
Barry De-Barry who was charged with the mur murder
der murder of Lysle T. McCown on January 16
has been acquitted.
WATSON ARRESTED
Augusta. Ga., June 4. Thomas E.
Watson, one time populist nominee for
the presidency, now a member of the
Georgia delegation at large to the
democratic national convention. was
arrested on a federal warrant at his
home in Thomson yesterday, brought
to Augusta and put under a bond of
$500.
The uniform success that has attend attended
ed attended the use of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has
made it a favorite everywhere. It can
always be depended upon. For sale by
all dealers.
FOR RENT Four room fiat; also,
cottage of seven rooms, electric lights
and bath; near primary school. Mrs.
R. D. Fuller.
Whooping cough is not dangerous
when the cough is kept loose and ex expectoration
pectoration expectoration easy by giving Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It has been used
in many epidemics of this disease with
perfect success. For sale by dealers.

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FORT LAUDERDALE'S FIRE
A Two Hundred Tbouwand Dollar Hole
Hurned In the EnterpriNlng
EaMt Coant Town
Fort Lauderdale, June 4. Fort Lau Lauderdale's
derdale's Lauderdale's business section, swept out
of existence Sunday, will be rebuilt in
far more substantial manner. Already
the principal losers are preparing to
rid their premises of the debris and
will build more substantial structures
than those which burned.
The total loss is placed at close to
$200,000, which will, of course, be
substantially reduced by the insurance
carried. The principal losers are: The
Wheeler Mercantile Company, $70,000;
Stranchan & Co., $65,000; Everglades
Grocery Company, $15,000; other losers
were Fort Lauderdale Pharmacy, Pio Pioneer
neer Pioneer Realty Company, C. Gutchins, C.
G. Rhodes, Williams Bros., Snyder &
Short, Johnson's millinery store, Jef Jeffries'
fries' Jeffries' meat market, Herald Printing
Company.
The fire broke out about 2 o'clock
Sunday morning. The volunteer fire
department was unable to put out the
flames with water, so dynamite was
used to prevent a general conflagra conflagration.
tion. conflagration. The fire departments of Miami
and Palm Beach were summoned by
telephone, but they got in too late to
be of much assistance.
MAKES THE NATION GASP
The awful list of injuries on a
Fourth of July staggers humanity. Set
over against it, however, is the wonder wonderful
ful wonderful healing, by Bucklen's Arnica Salve,
of thousands, who suffered from burns,
cuts, bruises, bullet wounds or explo explosions.
sions. explosions. Its the quick healer of boils, ul ulcers,
cers, ulcers, eczema, sore lips or piles. 25c. at
Tydings & Company.
LAKE WEIR V. C. T. U.
Meeting of May 30th opened with de devotions,
votions, devotions, roll call and minutes of pre previous
vious previous meeting.
The flower mission superintendent
reports having sent to the flood suf sufferers
ferers sufferers a barrell and box of clothing
containing 145 articles of wearing ap apparel
parel apparel was also sent.
It was voted that the Union collect
and send another box of clothing be before
fore before June 10th.
The medical temperance superintend superintendent
ent superintendent being absent, Mrs. Jones conducted
the latter part of the meeting, her sub subject
ject subject being, "Francis Willard Hospital."
No further business, adjourned for
two weeks.
There is one medicine that every
family should be provided with and es especially
pecially especially during the summer months,
viz: Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. It is almost cer certain
tain certain to be needed. It costs but a quar quarter.
ter. quarter. Can you afford to be without it?
For sale by all dealers.
FORT McCOY
Fort McCoy, June 4. Mrs. C. W.
Jensen and daughter of Bradford were
visiting Mrs. Jensen's daughter here
this week.
Mr. E. J. Morrison of Montana is
stopping at the Hotel Gendale while
looking after his land interests here.
Mr. McMillan has arrived from Can Canada
ada Canada and is now living on his land.
Mr. and Mrs. Benson, recently from
China, are at the Hotel Glendale look looking
ing looking after their interests here.
Mr. -and Mrs. Pelot were visiting in
Ocala Sunday.
Mr. Jones Faircloth and Mrs. Turner
and Mrs. Thornton were visiting in
Palatka Sunday.
The new bakery building owned and
operated by Mr. Clapper is now enjoy enjoying
ing enjoying a big trade. Prospects look bright
for good business.
Mr. W. Grimes has opened up a bar barbershop
bershop barbershop in the old commissary build building
ing building and is doing nicely.
Bites or stings of poisonous insects
which cause the flesh to swell should be
treated with DARBY'S PROPHYLAC PROPHYLACTIC
TIC PROPHYLACTIC FLUID. It counteracts the poison,
reduces swelling quickly and eases
pain. It is equally as valuable when
applied to fish wounds, burns, scalds,
cuts or bruises. It causes the flesh to
heal over and leaves no disfiguring
scar. Price 50 cents per bottle. Sold
by all druggists.
Fruit jars at Fisbel's.

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SENATORS ARE SENSIBLE
Their Naval Committee InNlfttN on Two
BattletthlpM Cat Out by Parsimony
of the lloue
Washington, June 4. The Senate
naval committee has reported in its
naval appropriation bill provision for
building the two battleships stricken
from the House bill by that body.
The naval bill also provides for the
building of two submarine torpedo
boats instead of the four provided for
by the House; also for siv torpedo boat
destroyers, two fuel ships one to be
built in a Pacific coast yard a tender,
to the destroyers and a submarine
tender.
The committee also struck out the
restriction in the House bill embrac embracing
ing embracing a clause that all work for the
government be done under conditions
where eight hours constituted a day's
work.
The committee also fixes the term of
enlisted men in the navy at four
years.
Alma Zada Face Powder Is the nest
we have to offer at 50c. the box. The
Post Office Drug Stores.
CO RSI'S LITTLE BOAT
IS A DEEP-SEA CRUISER
Jacksonvile, June 2. Signor Emilio
Corsi of West Palm Beach sailed yes yesterday
terday yesterday on his deep sea auxiliary cruiser
Nautilus, a small craft which he has
designed and built and in which he ar arrived
rived arrived in port several weeks ago.
On leaving West Palm Beach the
inland waterway route was taken but
after reaching St. Augustine, Signor
Corsi took to the open sea. The Nau Nautilus
tilus Nautilus met with a heavy storm but
weathered the same with ease. The
Nautilus was started several years
ago when Signor Corsi decided to
build a boat along the ideas he had
had in mind for years. During his
spare time he developed his plans
and built the boat on which he work worked
ed worked for a number of years.
The Nautilus is fifty-two feet over
all and has a water line of forty feet
and beam of thirteen feet. She is
provided with two masts and is
known as an auxiliary dep sea cruiser,
ketch rig. Her Clifton engines, six
cylinder, have twenty-eight-horse-power
for general speed and forty-horsepower
for full speed. Her speed is ten
and one-half miles per hour.
In this small craft the owner pro proposes
poses proposes some day to cross the Atlantic,
when he contemplates making a visit
to his native land. Italy.
The trip to New York from Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville will be made with one man
as a crew and the outside course will
be taken, no port to b touched be between
tween between here and New York. Signor
Corsi is an excellent musician and his
well modulated and robust baritone
has often been heard in Palm Beach
county, where he makes h's home.
Recently Signor Corsi was natural naturalized
ized naturalized an American citizen. His many
friends will await with interest his
long trip on the ocean aboard the lit little
tle little Nautilus. The cruiser, while in
port, has been anchored off South
Jacksonville near the ferry and the
trim. neat, white cruiser has attracted
general attention.
About the end of September or
early in October. Signor Corsi expects
to call at this port again en route to
Palm Beach for the winter months
and season.
Candidates for speaker of the next
House are developing on every hand.
Those most prominently mentioned at
present are R. R. Tomlin. of Hills Hillsborough,
borough, Hillsborough, and Forrest Lake, of Orange.
Tampa Tribune.
Mrs. M. A. McLaughlin. 512 Jay St.,
LaCross. Wis., writes that she suffered
all kinds of pains in her back and hips
on account of kidney trouble and rheu rheumatism.
matism. rheumatism. "I got some of Foley Kidney
Pills and after taking them for a few
days there was a wonderful change in
my case, for th pain entirely left my
back and hips and I am thankful there
is such a medicine as Foley Kidney
Pills. For 'sale by the Anti-Monopoly
Drugstore.
A bank has just been organized at
I'matilla with George V. DeVault as
president. The institution has a cap capital
ital capital stock of $15,000.

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OCALA, FLORIDA
SPLENDID TRACT
OF LAND FOR SALE
A tract -of 1257 acres of the choicest
Marion county farming land. Several
hundred acres in cultivation, and near nearly
ly nearly all fenced. First class farm build buildings
ings buildings of all kinds. Good timber on por portion
tion portion of land not in cultivation. Close
to railroad and hard roads pass thru
portions of the land. Only five miles
from Ocala. This is one of the best
farming tracts in the best section of
Marion, the banner county of the state
of Florida. The price is very reasona reasonable.
ble. reasonable. If interested, address Box 606,
Ocala, Fla.
KNIGHTS OP PYTHIAS
Conventions held every Monday eve evening
ning evening in Castle Hall over Carlisle's
drugstore. A cordial welcome to visit visiting
ing visiting knights. J. G. Ferguson, C. G.
Chas. K. Sage. K. of R. and S.
HELPED TO KEEP DOWN EXPENSES
Mrs. J. E. Henry. Akron, Mich., tells
how she did so: "I was bothered with
my kidneys and had to go nearly dou double.
ble. double. I tried a sample of Foley Kidney
Pills and they did me so much good
that I bought a bottle, and feel that
they saved me a big doctor's bill." For
sale by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
KNOTT HAD THE LARGEST VOTE
In looking over the published elec election
tion election returns, we see that Hon. W. V.
Knott received the greatest number of
votes of any candidate for any office
in the State of Florida. As is well
known, Mr. Knott resigned the office
of state treasurer, where he had served
most efficiently for nine years, to ac accept
cept accept the office of comptroller, tender tendered
ed tendered him upon the death of the lamented
Mr. Croom, less than three months be before
fore before the recent primary. At that time
there were three candidates declared
for the office of comptroller, each of
whom gracefully withdrew as soon as
it percolated through their respective
brains whom they had to run against.
And although the varied and responsi responsible
ble responsible duties of his new office, and the
few weeks intervening between his ap appointment
pointment appointment and the primaries kept Mr.
Knott from doing but very little in the
interest of his campaign, the true
worth of the "big-hearted" and big big-brained
brained big-brained Will Knott was sufficiently
well known and appreciated through throughout
out throughout the State, for the people to cast
more votes for him than for any other
man. Hurrah for Will Knott Flo Florida's
rida's Florida's future governor! Tallahassee
True-Democrat.
ENDS HUNT FOR RICH GIRL
Often the hunt for a rich wife ends
when the man meets a woman that
uses Electric Bitters. Her strong
nerves tell in a bright brain and even
temper. Her peach-blossom complex complexion
ion complexion and ruby lips result from her pure
blood; her bright eyes from restful
sleep; her elastic step from firm, free
muscles, all telling of the health and
strength Electric Bitters give a worn worn-San,
San, worn-San, and the freedom from indigestion,'
I backache, headache, fainting and dizzy
I spells they promote. Everywhere they
; are woman's favorite remedy. If weak
or ailing try them. 50c at Tydings &
; Company.
STORK FOR RENT
The new and handsome store room.
, roomy and modern plate glass front.
I Possession at once, and can be fitted
! up according to needs of tenant. Ap Ap-!
! Ap-! pi to Ocala Lumber & Supply Co.
NOTICE
There will be a Sabbath school con
tention held at Ocala Wednesday, the
! 26th day of June. A. D. 1912, at 9
; o'clock a. m., at Glorious Hope Prim Primitive
itive Primitive Baptist church, Jacobville. All
are invited to attend these meetings.
Rev. J. D. Davis, Pastor.
W. C. BLANGHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
PLANS FURNISHED
ON APPLICATION
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B. I. Lassiter of Jacksonville is at
the Colonial.
Your last photo didn't do you justice.
It wasn't taken at the Ocala Photo Co.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Grantham of Fort
McCoy are at the Colonial.
Dr. E. G. Peek's office phone la No.
4 ON; bis reftlilence phone, No. 301.
J. E. Johnson of Inverness was at
the Colonial last nIghL
Dr. A. I Blaiock, phyNlelan, office
phone Xo. 309; reaidenee phone, 132.
R. T. Wilkinson of Coleman was at
the Colonial last night.
County Commissioner Crosby of
Citra is at the Ocala House.
FOR RENT Offices in Holder build building.
ing. building. Apply to Davis & Martin.
C. B. Martin and wife of Sarasota
were at the Ocala House yesterday.
FOR RENT The P.ell residence, 198
East Adams street; two-story, seven
rooms and bath. Apply to Joseph Bell,
city.
E. Ll Stewart of Daytona and II. W.
Herlong of Palatka were at the Ocala
House last night.
W. L. Davis and wife of Plant City
were at the Ocala House last night.
J. A. Murrell, L. J. Cassels and W. E.
Christian of Mcintosh were at the
Ocala House last night.
Mr. aHd Mrs. R. E. Vaun of Dunriel Dunriel-lon
lon Dunriel-lon were at the Ocala House last night.
W. D. Sheppard and C. A. Pound of
Gainesville were at the Ocala House
last night.
Mrs. L. F. Blaiock is visiting friends
in Atlanta.
Little Miss Marguerite Plummer of
Anthony is the guest of her aunt, Mrs.
C. Carmichael.
Mr. Sidney Maddox of the Atlantic
Coast Line, after a visit to Mrs. Mad Maddox
dox Maddox in this city, went back on his run
last night.
A. C. K No. 10 from St. Petersburg
was half an hour late this morning,
for the first time since the schedule
was put on.
Miss Grace Hatchell left yesterday
for Tallahassee, where she will fill a
position with the Florida College for
Women. Her friends will miss her.
Dental Surgeons Chace, Blaiock and
Sheppard have returned from the
meeting of the State Dental Associa Association
tion Association at Atlantic Beach.
Emmett Robinson has a new joke.
Ask him to tell it to you.
jplr. J. G. Parrish has returned from
his visit to Lake Butler.
Mr. J. J. Lohrig of Maxville was in
the city last eveneing, to visit his son,
Mr. Otto Lohrig.
R. R. Emmett of Leroy was at the
Ocala House last night.
E. K. Whidden of Punta Gorda and
H. D. Weaves of Atlanta are at the
Ocala House.
J. A. VanDohlen, C. J. Anderson, J.
Hugh White and Jno. W. Hawkins of
Jacksonville are at the Ocala House.
J. R. Jones of Orlando, G. R. Smith,
of Bostwick, D. M. Bue of Gainesville
and A. McDougald of Homosassa are
at the Ocala House.
Mr. G. B. Tankersley of Coleman is
at the Ocala House.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Adams, Mr. and
Mrs. E. W. Hill, Mr. J. B. Haney and
Miss Bogue and Mr. and Mrs. George
Dyke of Burbank, who came in to at attend
tend attend the Elks reception, were guests
of the Ocala House last night.
W. W. Ward of Sumter county is at
the Colonial.
J. L Smith of Center Hill came up to
attend the Elks reception and stopped
at the Ocala House.
Mrs. E. P. Rentz most pleasantly en entertained
tertained entertained the Methodist sewing circle
yesterday afternoon.
Monday evening at the Woman's
Club the piano and voice pupils of Mrs.
Susan A. Ellis held their annual recital.
There was a good sized attendance,
which much enjoyed the music.
The Marion County Medical Society
will hold a business meeting tonight
at 7 o'clock at the Ocala House and at
8:20 a banquet will be served. A num number
ber number of good speeches will be given by
different members.
Mr. Wayne Ten Eyck who has been
for some years a valued employee at
Tydings & Co's. drugstore, left this
morning for Battle Creek, Mich., on a
visit to relatives. He will be gone all
summer and we trust he will enjoy
this outing, which he has so justly
earned.
TAKEN UP One gray mare mule
about twelve years old. Owner can
have same by paying for this adver advertisement
tisement advertisement and call on E. T. Austelle,
two and a half miles west of Fairfield.
Mary Elmer, a negro woman from
Edenfield. one of the excursionists to
Ocala on the Seaboard, was pushed oft
one of the platforms while the train
was nearing Edenfield last night. The
train ran over her. cutting off both
legs below the knees. She was brought
back to Ooala and put in charge of the
physician for the road, but she was
nearly dead when he reached her, and
died a few minutes later. The body is
at Keller & Co's. undertaking estab establishment,
lishment, establishment, i

ELKS GIVE THEIR FRIENDS
A PLEASANT EVENING

One of the most enjoyable social af affairs
fairs affairs that has taken place In Ocala in
some time was the reception given by
the Elks at their lodge and club rooms
last evening.
The respective .committees labored
with energy and intelligence Monday
afternoon to make ready for the event.
and the result did them honor. The
goat was locked up in his stall and
supplied with enough provender to
keep him quiet till next Tuesday night,
the big lodge room was cleared for
dancing, the paraphernalia was replac
ed with ferns and flowers and a charm
ing social aspect took the place of the
strictly masculine comfort usually
worn by the club rooms.
The attendance was large and bril brilliant.
liant. brilliant. Not only were most of the Elks
and their families present, but many
friends outside the order had been in invited,
vited, invited, and these enjoyed the hospital hospitality
ity hospitality of the Best People on Earth to the
full.
The following excellent musical pro program
gram program was rendered:
Selection by the orchestra, composed
of nine pieces of the Metropolitan
Band.
Cornet solo, "Cavatina (Robert Le
Diable) Mr. A. E. Gerig.
Vocal solo. "Grenadiers" (Schumann)
Rev. Campbell Gray.
Vocal solo, "Good-Bye to Summer"
(Tosti) Miss Cecile Downs.
Vocal solo, "Here's to the Girl" Mr.
A. E. Gerig.
Each of the contributors above nam named
ed named was called back for encore selec selections,
tions, selections, which were cheerfully rendered.
Refreshments were served during
the evening and" in various places about
the rooms were placed cool bowls of
refreshing punch, where the guests
were served throughout the evening.
At the hour of eleven the lights
were switched off and Mr. Emmett E.
Robinson, a past exalted ruler of the
lodge, very impressively gave the
"toast to our absent brothers," which
is a very pretty sentiment of the order.
With music, dancing, conversation
and games the evening passed most en en-joyably,
joyably, en-joyably, and the guests took their de departure
parture departure fully impressed with the
ability of the Elks to give their friends
a social occasion second in pleasure to
none.
OCALA'S AUTO EXGIXE
New Machine XV hi oh Will Materially
S..' Aid the Wurk of the Fire
Department
The city of Ocala has bought a big
E. M. F. 30-horsepower automobile
from Mr. A. G. Gates and has had the
chemical engine mounted on the rear
platform, from which the tbnneau had
been removed. The fire committee, Mr.
Gates and the fire chief were out yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon trying the car. The
most difficult sand beds known in this
section had no terrors for the machine
which negotiated them without any
trouble.
With this car the firemen can get to
any fire, not only in the city limits but
anywhere near, whether it is on a hard
street or in deep sand, in a few sec seconds
onds seconds or minutes, according to the loca location
tion location and the twenty gallons of fire
quenching fluid in the big tank and the
contents of the two hand chemicals
mounted on the running board (two
Others are soon to be placed on the
car) can be turned on the fire while it
is in its first stages, if the alarm has
been sent in promptly, and the flames
extinguished long before the horse horse-drawn
drawn horse-drawn apparatus reaches the scene in
many cases.
This car has demountable rims and
an extra rim and tire will be carried.
It is equipped with powerful presto
lights, which are self lighting. It has
a loud gong or bell operated by a foot
pedal and a Klaxon electric horn,
which will make enough noise to clear
the right of way. The car carries
enough extra hose to reach from the
street into any house and will also car carry
ry carry additional chemicals to recharge the
tanks at the scene of the fire.
The council has been considering for
some time the advisabil'.ty of trying an
automobile truck for the chemical en engine
gine engine and as the city was under the
necessity of purchasing another ex expensive
pensive expensive horse, it was decided to try
this plan.
Other cities are using the motor
driven apparatus with splendid suc success
cess success all over the country and in ef efficiency
ficiency efficiency and economy they seem to be
the thing.
GOOD PROGRAM AT
THE AIR DOME TONIGHT
Tle pictures at the Air Dome last
night were especially good, the scenes
of the cataract in Sweden and the pic picture
ture picture of President Taft signing the
proclamation that admitted the state of
Arizona into the Union were by far
two of the best pictures shown here in
a long time.
The pictures for tonight will also be
good ones, having the old Air Dome
friends in them. The Vitagraph Com Company
pany Company produces a very beatuiful story
with their famous boy actor as the
star.
The program is as follows:
"The Countess of Challant." A very
beautiful picture.
"The Stolen Nickel." There is a gool
lesson in this for everybody, especial especially
ly especially the children.
"Tom Tilling's Baby." A thrilling
story with the famous Vitagraph boy
actor as the star.
AT THE IDEAL THEATER
JUNE 3RD AND 4TH
Nelson and Ward, Comedy and Dra Dramatic
matic Dramatic Sketch ArtlntM
Will appear at the' Ideal Theater Mon Monday
day Monday and Tuesday. June 3rd and 4th, in
an up-to-date comedy entitled.
-The Kidder from Kldvllle"
introducing a high-class singing and
talking act, featuring Ted Snyder's
latest success,
"Everybody' Dolnsr If
Also three reels of high class motion
pictures.
GROCERY STORE FOR S LE
All new tock. new building, good lo location.
cation. location. II. A. Kramer.
Kodak finishing done by experts at
the Ocala Photo Co.

WEIGH THE OflEY QUESTION
carefully. You know how easy it is to spend a hundred
dollars, one or two at a tine. Ever think Gat it's last
as easy to save a handred in the sane way.
TOE OCALA NATIONAL DANK in its Savings Depart Department
ment Department will accept small deposits and pay interest at tear
per cent, compounded quarterly. Teat cesns when yen
have saved a hundred dollars yon' also have what yonr
savjogs have baen earning lor yon.
HAKE OUR BANK TOUR BANK

CAPITAL FULLY PAID IX
H. D. STOKES. Cashier.
JNO. I EDWARDS. Pres. CLARENCE CAMP. Vice. Pres.

Commercial Bank Building, Ocala, Fla.
The only specailized Business College in Central Florida
REDUCED SUMMER RATES
$35.09 tor lite scholarship, Commercial or Stenography course
$25.00 tor iitteen weeks' vacation course.
Visit the College and investigate. Telephone 451
II. H. Arnston, A. B., W. P. Garrett,
President. Prin. Com'I Dept.

WEATHER REPORT
Following are the .meteorological
conditions that prevailed during the
twenty-four hours up to sunset yester yesterday:
day: yesterday: Southwest wind; clear.
Minimum temperature, 67 degrees.
Maximum temperature, 90 degrees.
Average temperature, 78 degrees.
Traces of rain.
WEATHER FORECAST
Local showers tonight or Wednes Wednesday.
day. Wednesday. IDEAL WAS IMMENSE
The Ideal Theater had a full house
and then another full house last night.
In addition to the motion pictures,
which were very good, there was a
comic sketch and singing and dancing
by Billy Nelson and Flo Ward, which
was thoroughly enjoyed. Tonight Nel Nelson
son Nelson and Ward will again be the bill at
the Ideal with an entire change of
program. The pictures are always
fine, and the music can't be Improv Improved
ed Improved on.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Merchants' Cafe, A. C. L. depot cor corner.
ner. corner. Meals a la carte and lunches at
any hour.
HOY SCOUTS
Following are the Boy Scouts who
went to the lake today, In charge of
Dr. McClane and Mr. Clifford Peabody:
Fred Malever, rat Gillen. Albert Berry,
Earl McRae, Phillip Rossiter, Charles
Duval, Willie Meffert, Joe McCorkle.
Hansel Leavengood, Paul Brinson,
Lynn Connor, George Feltham, Claude
Smith, Robert Davis, Foy Carroll, Jake
Goldman. Walter Moorhead, Phillip
Ellis, Clarence Dinkins, Clarence Rob Roberts,
erts, Roberts, Roy Carn, Floyd Coleman.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Camp have gone
to Suffolk, Va., to attend the funeral
of Mr. Henry Nurney, Mrs. Camp's
father, who died at his home there
Sunday night. Mr. Nurney spent some
time with his daughter here last win winter,
ter, winter, and though confined to the house
by feeble health made not a few
friends. Mrs. Camp's friends here
deeply sympathize with her in her be bereavement.
reavement. bereavement. It is best to "kiss and make-up." The
people are tired of politics. Now, let
all boost the schools, the churches, the
fanmers union, the boards of trade and
stress common community interests.
Work together as far as possible. Let
every one strive to set a good example.
If one has done us dirt, he will catch it.
Conscience may sleep but not forever.
Justice delays, but is sure to even up
things. People get paid back measure
for measure sometime, somewhere.
Arcadia News.
ECONOMY FRUIT JARS
THE CARN-THOM AS 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 cf the jar, if put up in
accordance with directions, to never
spill. The ODenings in these glass
jars are large and easily filled or
emptied.
Call at the etore and see the jars
and how they are sealed and get a
booklet containing many valuable
household receiots. Price of Jars
as follows:
Pints, per dozen $1.00
Quarts, per do?en 1.23
Half-Gallons, pe- dozen 1.50
CARMHOMM CO.
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TEMPLE THEATER
Weets Commrnciie
TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 4
ALL FEATURE MOVING PICTURES
3000 FEET 3000
DRAMATIC, COMEDY AND SCENIC
PRODUCTIONS
Special ran, never seen In Ocala. Oa
Saturday- night m handsome 20-year
GOLD WATCH, Ladle' or Gentleman's,
will be given away. Coupon with
numbers commence Tuesday evening:.
Price: Balcony, 5c.) lower Floor, lOc.j
Children 5c
Contlnuoua Performance, 7:30 to 10:30
P. M.

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lets pullets of the best quality for sale. Hia Hiawatha
watha Hiawatha Laka Stock Farm. 6-l-6t
Gas In the stomach comes from food
which has fermented. Get rid of this
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tack; attack; HERBINE Is the remedy you
need. It cleanses and strengthens the
stomach, liver and bowels, and restores
energy and cheerfulness. Price 50c.
Sold by all druggists.
CITY COUNCIL MEETS TONIGHT
The city council will hold its reg regular
ular regular meeting tonight.
Mr. T. D. Felton of Gainesville spent
Sunday with his brother, Dr. E. G.
Peek and wife.
LOST On night cf 30th, at or near
Temple Theater, one blue flowered silk
scarf, unhemmed. Ample reward for
return of same at this office.
Help the baby through the teething
period by giving it McGEE'S BABY
ELIXIR. It is a healthful, wholesome
remedy, well adapted to a baby's deli delicate
cate delicate stomach. It contains no opium, or
morphine or Injurious drug of any
kind. Babies thrive under its excellent
stomach and bowel correcting influence.
Price 25c. and 50c. per bottle. Sold by
all druggists.
THE BEST YET
Daynglo cloths for cleaning silver silverware,
ware, silverware, at A. E. Burnett's.
LEESBURG LOCALS
(Commercial)
Rev. E. Z. F. Golden has accepted
the pastorate of the Baptist church for
the summer and will hold services at
the regular hours each Sunday.
S. B. Sligh went up to Jacksonville
last week and bought an automobile to
use In his brokerage business.
Miss Marie Fussell returned Tuesday
night from DeLand. where she has
been attending Stetson University.
Miss Sue Bozeman of this city has
been re-elected to the position of sec second
ond second assistant In Summerlin Institute.
Bartow.
Barbecue dinner, brass band, base baseball,
ball, baseball, foot races, automobile parade and
many other attractions here on the
Fourth of July.
Edmund Rupard returned Tuesday
night from Philadelphia where he has
been attending the Philadelphia Col College
lege College of Pharmacy.
Mrs. Goodwin, who lives west of
town, celebrated her sixty-sixth birth birthday
day birthday Thursday of last week at the home
of her daughter, Mrs. W. D. Cowart. A
number of invited friends were present.
Miss Agnes Cline of Atlanta, who has
been attending the commencement ex exercises
ercises exercises at the state university at
Gainesville, arrived yesterday on a
visit to Bishop and Mrs. Morrison and
family.
J. E. Allen, notice of whose death
was published in the Tampa papers re recently,
cently, recently, will be remembered by the
older residents as Leesburg's first tele telegraph
graph telegraph operator on the line to Sanford.
Ned Fox was- messenger boy. Mr. Al Allen
len Allen leaves two married daughters and
one son by his first wife. The wife who
survives him. will continue to make
her home In Leesburg with her mother,
Mrs. A. Fox.



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A STORY OF ADVENTURE AXD IN INTRIGUE
TRIGUE INTRIGUE (By Louis Joseph Vance)
CHAPTER V.
At five In the morning a heavy mo
tor car of the most advanced type j
stole In sinister silence out of the
courtyard of the Hotel d'Orient, at the
same sedate pace and with the same
surreptitious air skulked through the
town, and finally swung eastwards
upon the Route de la Corniche, sud suddenly
denly suddenly discarding all pretense of docil docility
ity docility and swooping onward with a windy
roar, its powerful motor purring like
some gigantic tiger-cat.
It tarried four; at the wheel a gog goggled
gled goggled nd ennuied operator In shape shapeless
less shapeless and hideous garments; in the
tonneau its owner, a middle-aged
French manufacturer with pouched
eyes, a liver, lank jaws clean-scraped,
and an expression of high-minded de devotion
votion devotion to duty; Captain von Einem in
uniform; and Colonel O'Rourke.
At the end of an hour's run, dis disturbed
turbed disturbed by one or two absurdly grave
conferences between the seconds, in
appropriate monotones, the mechani mechanician
cian mechanician put on the brakes and slowed
down the car, then deftly swung it
into a narrow lane, a leafy tunnel
through which it crawled for a min minute
ute minute or two ere debouching into a
broad and sunlit meadow, walled in by
woodland, conspicuously secluded.
To one side and at a little distance
a second motor-car stood at rest; Its
operator had removed the hood and
was tinkering with the motor in a
most matter-of-fact manner. In the
body of the machine Monsieur le VI VI-comte
comte VI-comte des Trebes, ostentatiously una unaware
ware unaware of the advent of the second
party, sat twisting rapier-points to his
moustaches and concentrating his
gaze on infinity. O'Rourke observed
with malicious delight the nose of the
duelist, much Inflamed.
Advancing from his antagonist's po
sition three preternaturally serious
gentlemen of France in black frock
coats and straight-brimmed silk hats
waded ankle deep in dripping grass to
meet O'Rourke's representatives.
The two parties met, saluted one an another
other another with immense reserve, and re retired
tired retired to a suitable distance to con confer;
fer; confer; something which they did word wordily,
ily, wordily, with enthusiasm and many pic picturesque
turesque picturesque gestures. At first strangely
amicable, the proceedings soon struck
a snag. A serious difference of opin opinion
ion opinion arose. O'Rourke divined that the
conference had gone into executive
session upon the question of weapons.
He treated himself to a secret grin,
having anticipated this trouble.
The choice of weapons being his,
as the challenged, he had modestly se selected
lected selected revolvers and had brought with
him a brace of Webleys, burly pieces
of pocket ordnance with short barrels
and cylinders chambered to hold half
a dozen .45 cartridges. They were not
pretty, for they had seen service in
their owner's hands for a number of
years, but they were undeniably built
for business. And at sight of them
the friends of the vicomte recoiled in
horror.
Eventually a compromise was ar arrived
rived arrived at. Monsieur Jullliard stepped
back, saluted, and with Von Einem re returned
turned returned to his principal, his face a
mask of disappointment. Ab for him himself,
self, himself, he told O'Rourke, he was deso desolated,
lated, desolated, but the seconds of Monsieur des
Trebes had positively refused to con consent
sent consent to turning a meeting of honor
into a massacre. They proposed to
substitute regulation French dueling
pistols as sanctioned by the Code.
Such as that which Monsieur le Col Colonel
onel Colonel O'Rourke might observe in Mon Monsieur
sieur Monsieur Juilliard's hand.
O'Rourke blinked and sniffed at it.
"Sure," he contended, 'tis a magnify magnifying
ing magnifying glass I need to make it visible to
me undressed eye. What the divvle
does It carry a dried pea? What
d'they think we're here for, if not to
slay one another with due ceremony?
Ask them that. Am I to salve the
vicomte's wounded honor by smiting
him with a spitball? I grant ye. 'tis
magnificent, but 'tis not a pistol."
Grumbling, he allowed himself to
be persuaded. As he had foreseen and
prophesied, so had it come to pass.
Yet he had to grumble, partly because
he was the O'Rourke, partly for ef effect.
fect. effect. None the less, he consented, and in
the highest spirits left the car and
plowed through the lush wet grass
to the spot selected for the encounter,
in the shadow of the trees near the
eastern border of the meadow. Here,
the seconds having tossed for sides,
he took a stand at one end of a sixty sixty-foot
foot sixty-foot stretch and, still indecorously
amused, received a loaded pistol from
Von Einem.
Des Trebes confronted him, white
with rage, regretting already
(O'Rourke made no doubt) that he had
not accepted the Webleys. The Irish Irishman's
man's Irishman's open contempt maddened the
man.
The seconds retired to a perfectly
safe distance. Von Einem holding tbe
watch, one of Des Trebes' seconds a
handkerchief. The chauffeurs threw
away their cigarettes and sat up, for
the first time roused out of their pro professional
fessional professional air of blase indifference.
"One." cried the German clearly.
Des Trebes raised his arm and lev leveled
eled leveled his pistol at O'Rourke's head. A
faint flush colored his face, but his
eye was cold and hard behind the
sight and the hand that held the
weapon was as steady as if supported
by an Invisible rest.
"Two," said Von Einem.
O'Rourke measured the distance
with his eye and raised his arm from

the elbow only, holding the pistol with,
a loose grip.
"Three," said Von Einem.
The handkerchief fell.
The Irishman fired without moving.
Des Trebes' weapon was discharged
almost simultaneously, but with a ru ruined
ined ruined aim; its bullet went nowhere In
particular. The Frenchman dropped
the weapon and, wincing, examined so solicitously
licitously solicitously a knuckle from wtich
O'Rourke's shot had struck a tiny par particle
ticle particle of skin. His seconds rushed to
him with cries, preceded by the sur surgeon
geon surgeon with bandages. O'Rourke grace gracefully
fully gracefully surrendered his artillery to Juil Juil-lard,
lard, Juil-lard, laughed at the vicomte again,
and strolled back to the motor-car.
Juillard and Von Einem presently
joined him, the former insistently anx anxious
ious anxious to have O'Rourke descend and
clasp the hand of fraternal friendship
with the vicomte. But the Irishman
refused.
"Faith, no!" he laughed. "Niver!
I'm too timorous a man to dare it.
Sure and hasn't he hugged both his
seconds and the surgeon, too, already?
For me own part I've no mind to be
kissed. Let's hurry away before he
celebrates further by imprinting a
chaste salute upon the cheek of our
chauffeur. . Besides, I've a train
to catch."

(Continued Tomorrow)
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following articles of incorporation and
proposed charter.
R. L Keating.
W A. Konow.
C. R. Hendrickson.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION AND
PROPOSED CHARTER OF
KEATINU & CO.
The undersigned, intending and pro proposing
posing proposing to organize a corporation under
the general laws of the state of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, relating to corporations for profit,
hereby associate ourselves together
and publish the following articles of
incorporation.
The name of this corporation shall
be KEATING & CO., and its principal
place of business shall be at Ocala, in
Marion county, Florida, with the right,
power and authority, however, to the
corporation Keating & Co. to establish
other places of business within the
state of Florida.
II.
The general nature of the business
to be engaged in and transacted by the
corporation Keating & Co. is the con conducting
ducting conducting and carrying on of a mercan mercantile
tile mercantile business and the corporation Keat Keating
ing Keating & Co. shall have full power and
authority, to buy and sell merchandise,
wholesale and retail; to own and oper operate
ate operate hotels, restaurants and cafes; to
own and lease real estate and personal
property and to sell the same and to
take over and own such real and per personal
sonal personal property as may become neces necessary
sary necessary in the carrying on of its business
or to secure indebtedness to the said
corporation Keating & Co. The cor corporation
poration corporation Keating fc Co. shall have the
further power and authority to manu manufacture
facture manufacture and sell soda and other waters,
flavoring extracts, spirituous, vinous
and malt liquors, wines, beers and
other cooling substances and fluids,
and. in general, shall have power and
authority to conduct and carry on the
business of wholesaling and retailing
merchandise and to conduct and carry
on a general bottling works business,
and. in addition, shall have such pow powers
ers powers and authority as are necessary and
incident thereto and not in conflict
with the laws of the state of Florida.
nr.
The amount of capital stock author authorized
ized authorized is the sum of twenty-five thou thousand
sand thousand dollars, divided into two hundred
and fifty shares of the par value of one
hundred dollars each, which shall be
payable in cash or in property at a
just valuation to be fixed by the board
of directors.
IV.
The term for which the corporation
Keating & Co. shall exist is ninety ninety-nine
nine ninety-nine vears.
V.
The business of the corporation
Keating & Co. shall be conducted by a
president, a vice president, a secretary
and a treasurer, to be elected by the
board of directors at its annual meet meeting;
ing; meeting; provided, that the office of presi president,
dent, president, of secretary and of treasurer, may
be held by one and the same person;
and of a hoard of directors. which
board of directors shall be elected at
the annual meetings of the stockhold stockholders
ers stockholders to be held at Ocala on the first
Tuesday of October of each year. The
business of the corporation Keating &
Co. shall be conducted by the follow following
ing following named officers until those elected
at the first annual election shall be
qualified, to-wit:
R. L Keating, president and treas treasurer.
urer. treasurer. W. A. Konow. vice president.
C. R. Hendrickson. secretarv.
VI.
The highest amount of indebtedness
to which the corporation Keatina: &
Co. may at any time subject itself is
twenty-five thousand dollars.
vir.
The names and residences of the
subscribers, together with the amount
of capital stock subscribed by each.
are as rollows:
Name Residence
R. L Keating. Ocala, Fla...,
Shares
248
W. A Konow. Ocala. Fla 1
C. R." Hendrickson. Ocala. Fla 1
In witness whereof, the said incor incorporators
porators incorporators have hereunto set their hands
and seals this 17th dav of Mav, A. D.
1912.
R. L. Keatinsr, (Seal).
W. A. Konow. (Seal).
C. R. Hendrickson. tSeal).
State of Florida.
County of Marion.
Personally appeared before the un undersigned
dersigned undersigned authority R L Keating. W.
A. Konow and C. R. Hendrickson. to me
well known to b the parties describ described
ed described in and who executed tbe foreeoinsr
; charter, and each acknowledged the ex-
ecution of the same for the uses and
purposes therein set forth and express express-;
; express-; ed.

R. L Keatinsr.
W. A. Konow.
C. R. Hendrickson.
Witness niv hand and official seal
this May 17th, A. D. 191?.
Seal) Joseph P.ell.
County Judge.

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There was an undoubted undercur undercurrent
rent undercurrent of feeling among the negro dele delegates
gates delegates in favor of Roosevelt. Why not?
Had he not wined and dined Booker
Washington at the White House? But
this undercurrent found no expression;
it didn't know how. The convention
was smoothly managed by Joe Lee the
negro chairman who is an expert par parliamentarian
liamentarian parliamentarian and his white assistants,
the federal office holding force in Flo Florida.
rida. Florida. Roosevelt ought not to be permitted
to make anything out of the late Flo Florida
rida Florida State Republican Convention.
Palatka News.
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The next time you think you need i
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ivate salivate you. Its use is sometimes fol followed
lowed followed by dangerous after-effects. If
you are constipated or bilious or if
your liver has gotten lazy and inactive
two or three doses of Dodson's Liver
Tone, pleasant tasted vegetable liquid,
will "make you feel like new."
We would not recommend Dodson's
Liver Tone in place of calomel if we
were not willing to fully guarantee it.
So anybody who buys a bottle of Dod Dodson's
son's Dodson's Liver Tone at the Court Phar Pharmacy
macy Pharmacy and does not find it a perfect
substitute for calomel may come into
the store any day and get his or her
money back.
It has absolutely no bad after effects
and Is harmless for children as well as
grown-ups.
KENWOOD
Kenwood. June 4. Encouragement
is given new settlers by the extraor extraordinary
dinary extraordinary growth of vegetables the first
year. This locality bids fair to more
than rival Hastings in the potato in industry.
dustry. industry. We are very sorry to learn that the
spirit of Mr. Mengerson, Jr., took its
flight last Tuesday night at 10 o'clock.
The young man has been a sufferer for
a good many months but now has ceas ceased
ed ceased to suffer and is at rest. May God
bless the sorrow stricken parents.
Mr. John Collins, who has been con confined
fined confined to the house for four weeks, was
able to go to Palatka Saturday. We
are all glad to see Mr. Collins out
again.
Mr. Percy Burton, who has been
working for the Rodman Lumber Co.,
at Rodman, has gone to Palatka to
work.
Quite a crowd enjoyed a trip to Or Orange
ange Orange Springs last Wednesday. Among
them were Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Zeigler.
Mrs. E. S. Smith and daughter, Miss
Gertrude Smith, Mrs. John Harrigan.
Mrs. Hairns, Miss McBride. Mrs. Boden
and children.
Mr. and Mrs. Irvine returned home
from a visit to relatives In Boston
Wednesday.
We are glad to learn that the
daughters of Mrs. Chapel, who have
been sick with measles, are Improv Improving.
ing. Improving. Mr. Joe Turton and two friends re returned
turned returned Friday to make Florida their
home.
ITCHING SKIN
Relief In a Few Seconds
Yes. an itching, burning, irritated
skin relieved the moment Zemo touches
it. Zemo is a clean, soothing, healing
wash, composed of tymol, glycerine,
witch hazel, boracic acid and other
medicinal healing properties. Zemo re relieves
lieves relieves and cures every form of skin
and scalp eruption, and if you are not
entirely satisfied with results from the
very first bottle, druggists will refund
your money. Endorsed and sold in
Ocala by the Postoffice Drugstore.
NEXT MEETING OF THE
STATE BOARD OF PARDONS
There will be no meeting of the
State Board of Pardons on the first
Thursday in June. The next regular
meeting of the Board of Pardons will
begin on Friday, July 5th. the first
Thursday in July being the 4th, a na national
tional national and state holiday.
The woman of today who has good
health, good temper, good sense, bright
eyes and a lovely complexion, the re result
sult result of correct living and good diges digestion,
tion, digestion, wins the admiration of the world.
If your digestion is faulty Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets will
correct it. For sale by all dealers.
Fresh Shrimp, Crabs
and
Fresh and Salt
Water Fish.
Best Merchant's
Lunch tor
35 cents
in the city.
Any season's Delicacy
promptly served.
(eating's Cafe.
Chas. Rodoff, Proprietor
C. J. PHILLIPS
Contractor and Builder
Plans ana Specifications Furnished
Upon Request.
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ANNOUNCEMENT
Effective May 1st and Continuing Until November 1st
WnimdlsdDir HtotM
Jacksonville, Florida
WILL BE OPERATED ON THE
EUROPEAN PLAN (Exclusively)
Finest Cafe in the State in Connection
SUMMER RATES
Rooms Without Bath, $1.00 per Day and Up
Rooms With Bath - $2.00 per Day and Up
T. M. WILSON, Proprietor and Manager

XOTICE
Notice is hereby given that on the
10th day of July. A. D. 1912, the under undersigned
signed undersigned will apply to the governor of
the state of Florida for letters patent
on the following proposed charter.
Joseph Bell,
It. C. Muncaster.
It. H. Carroll.

PROPOSED CHARTER OF MIXCAS MIXCAS-TKIl
TKIl MIXCAS-TKIl & HELL,
The undersigned hereby associate
ourselves together for the purpose of
creating a corporation for profit under
and by virtue of the laws of the state
of Florida.
ARTICLE I.
The name of the corporation shall be
Muncaster & Bell, and the principal
place of business of the corporation
Muncaster & Bell, shall be at Ocala, in
Marion county, Florida, but it shall
have power and authority to open, es establish,
tablish, establish, operate or maintain branch of offices
fices offices in other cities and counties of the
state of Florida, and in other state of
the United States of America and for foreign
eign foreign countries, as it shall deem nec necessary
essary necessary or expedient.
ARTICLE II.
The general nature of the business
to be transacted by the corporation
shall be to conduct and operate a gen general
eral general real estate and insurance agency
and business, in its own behalf and as
agents for other persons and corpora corporations,
tions, corporations, and shall have power and au authority
thority authority to purchase, acquire, hold, own,
sell, convey, mortgage, obligate, lease
and exchange real estate and personal
property of every kind and description,
including stock in other corporations:
to conduct and transact a general in insurance
surance insurance agency and business, including
therein the writing and effecting of all
lines of insurance and writing of sure surety
ty surety bonds: to do and transact a general
real estate and rent collecting busi business;
ness; business; to make loans of money in its
own behalf and as agents for other
persons and corporations and in gen general
eral general to have and enjoy all atithority
and power as is incident and necessary
to the proper transacting and carrying
on of the business of the corporation,
and to have and enjoy all rights, pow powers
ers powers and privileges and immunities of
corporations for profit, formed under
the laws of Florida.
ARTICLE III.
The amount of capital stock of the
corporation shall be five thousand dol dollars,
lars, dollars, (5.000) divided into fifty shares of
the par value of one hundred dollars
each, and the same shall be payable in
money, real and personal property, la labor
bor labor and services, at a just valuation to
be fixed by the board of directors of
said corporation, and shall be fully
paid and non-assessable.
ARTICLE IV.
The corporation shall exist for ninety-nine
years.
ARTICLE V.
The business of the corporation shall
be conducted by a president, a vice
president, a secretary and a treasurer
and a board of not less than three
directors. The office of president and
treasurer or the office of secretary and
treasurer may be held and filled by one
and the same person. The directors
shall be elected by the stockholders at
each annual meeting. All other officers
of the corporation shall be elected by
the directors at such times and for
such terms as shall be provided by the
by-laws of the corporation.
The annual meeting of the corpora corporation
tion corporation shall be held at the office of the
corporation at Ocala. Florida, on the
first Tuesday after the first Monday in
January of each year, and until the
election and qualification of the offic officers
ers officers of the corporation, the business of
the corporation shall be conducted by
the following officers:
Joseph Bell, president.
R. R. Carroll." vice president.
R. C. Muncaster, secretary and treas treasurer.
urer. treasurer. ARTICLE VI.
The hierhest amount of indebtedness
or liability to which the corporation
may at any one time subject itself
shall be five thousand dollars.
ARTICLE VII.
The names and residences of the in incorporators
corporators incorporators of the corporation and the
amount of capital stock subscribed by
each are as follows:
Names Residence Shares
Joseph Bell. Ocala. Fla 10
R. C. Muncaster. Ocala. Fla 10
R. R. Carroll. Ocala. Fla 1

YOU'LL NOT
BE SMMMWG
If you come here for auto supplies.
You'll be on the right road to satis

ractton. .No matter whether you re-"
quire a few tools, a set of tires, a
pump, a lamp, a horn or a can of
grease the right way for you to come
is in this direction.
Ocala. FIa
In witness whereof, the said incor incorporators
porators incorporators have hereunto subscribed our
names this May 30th. 1912.
Joseph Bell.
R. C. Muncaster.
R. R. Carroll.
State of Florida.
County of Marlon.
Before the undersigned authority
personally came Joseph Bell. R. C.
Muncaster and R. R. Carroll, to me well
known to be the individuals described
in and who executed the foregoing
proposed charter and articles of in incorporation,
corporation, incorporation, and they severally ac acknowledged
knowledged acknowledged before me that they ex executed
ecuted executed the same for the purposes there therein
in therein set forth and expressed.
Witness my hand and official seal
this 30th day of May, A. D. 1912.
S. T. Sistrunk.
Clerk Circuit Court Marlon Co. Fla.
(Seal of Clerk Circuit Court
Marion County, Florida).
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Permit to Sell Llquora, Wlaea and
Heer.
Whereas Harry Feter has filed with the
Board of County Commissioners for
Marion County, Florida, an application
for permit to sell Liquors, Wines and
Beer in Election District No. 1 of said
County and State; any citizen of such
election district may show cause. If
any there be, at the meeting of the
Board to be held on Wednesday, the 5th
day of June next, why such permit
should not be granted.
S. T. Sistrunk.
Clerk of the Board of County Commis Commissioners,
sioners, Commissioners, Marion County, Florida.
V. B. KELLER & CO.
(Formerly Smith & Roberts)
Funeral Directors and
Licensed Embalmers
Lady Assistant when required
Calls Answered Promptly Night
or Day, to All Parts of City
or Country
Parlors Located Back of Frank's
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DAY PHONE, 10
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Maker and repairer of
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