The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
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English
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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VOL. 19.
OCALA, FLORIDA, SATUBDAY, JUNE 8, 1912.
NO. 6.
Tins FUH

T1S-MC1! K I

c.p:::o dy liiil
The Munroe & Chkmbliss
Bank of Ocala desires to par particularly
ticularly particularly call your attention
to the advantages of Banking
by Mail,
Deposits may be sent safely
by bank check, postofSce
money order, express money
order or currency by regis registered
tered registered mail.
W solicit small accounts
as well as large ones, all re recti!
cti! recti! ving the same careful and
prompt attention.
the
miioe & cirauss
' dank
QCAIA FLORIDA

51 OII1I

Prlaeillr the Latter, CauH A.
" HNgl ml CtfMi tm Kill
Bto Wife.

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J. E. CIIACE

DENTAL SURGEON

Rooms 0. 10 and 41. S-ond Floor,
fW'irr Hli
J TERMS. CASH

L F. BLALOCK

DENTAL SURGEON

OClce Over Commercial Uank

Qfflce Hours. 8 to 2 a. nu 1 to 8

TERMS. CASH.

' (Tampa Tribune.)
Tavares, Jane 7. A. V. Hough, of

Clermont, -who shot down bis young

and beautiful wife Saturday In bcr
home while aha was sitting at a sew

ing machine. was committed without

bail by Judge EL M. Tally, here Tues

day.

Hough was arraigned for a prelim

inary hearing and pled not guilty.
Which la taken to Indicate that through
his attorney. .Harry Duncan, he means

to make a fight for liberty, or at least

elemency.

The feeling against him in Cler

mont, and throughout that section is
running so high, howerer, that there

is likelihood that he wlU k lynched.

The sentiment was freely expressed in
Tavares that If he were allowed to
secure bond, he wouldn't lire an hour.

T avert a lynching. Judge Bullock

has been petitioned by Sheriff Murr

hee to bold court immediately and to

make doubly sure tha,t. this more is
effected the Lake .County Commission Commissioners
ers Commissioners will petition the GoTtWorJ

A round pozen men fr$rn. Orlando,

Inc losing Carl Bafeinson, as attorney.

E. h, MeUi. Houghs brother-ta.uw.
wen tg Tavares for tnt hearing. It
lasted, for more than three minutes.

The prisoner was brought Into Judge
Tally's chambers by Sheriff Murrhee

and 4 deputy where he faced Dr.
Banker, the man whom he accuses of
endeavoring to break up hjs U&m. ilr.

McNeill, Mr. Jon, of Clermont an

other brother-in-law, 3 VL. KOjgott,
and a nimber of former friends." 'tie

fie'td bis herTf well during 'tnj ordeal
fcut later tff 'as fonijd silently, weep-

7. w his Key ana jealousy qq ip,f
me'- ws ffgagh' reply k a, question
SS. te ti1? Hse f the tragedy,
1teaa itrrM In te Cewh
It was near noon when the cars
from Orlando drove into the little
hamlet of Tavares. Near the court
house- little knots of men stood dis discussing
cussing discussing the all absorbing topic", a,nd
waiting for the arrival at E. Mc.-!
&fli anT' CajV "Robinson "to 'begin th"e
formal proceedings.' In onegrou p IX C.
j . .j - -.i -.

4toriaruy ok uermoni, leiiipg n sa-

FUkUR b AYEO

TKRM3, GASH-

ed. contracted indfvfdnaL with no sug suggestion
gestion suggestion of animal power or force.
Directly, in front of him. during the
brief bearing, stood & H. Kilgore. one
of his former close friends, but now
one of his bitterest foes. "He Oalke-I
with me at Winter Garden." said Kil Kilgore..
gore.. Kilgore.. Afterward, "out I couldn't catch
his eye as be sat in that chair. No Nobody
body Nobody could; In fact he bad protested
to the sheriff against being brought
into the court room.
The jail Is In the rear of the court
house, a rather neat red brick struc structure,
ture, structure, surrounded with a high board

fence, and topped with a cupola where
pigeons roost. Leading off the jail
corridor to the right was the kitchen

and dining room of the one-armed dep

uty and his family. Two or three
small children about the ages of the
little orphans left by the tragedy, were

climbing upon their mother's knee. A

rag doll was lying upon the corridor's
stone floor. An Iron door was opened,
and a step down brought tis to the
cages
Hough was sitting upon a bench,
holding listlessly a copy of the "Green
Mountain Boys." His eyes were fill filled
ed filled with: tears as he rose and held o.ut
a hand to us listlessly.
"What's the trouble?" the reporter
asked.
I suppose said, te erlngmg creat creature,
ure, creature, fthat i was whiskey and jeal jealousy.
ousy. jealousy. It', a bad combination,"
PuuMJess hq one realised more
than he now hi own personality illus illustrated
trated illustrated bis thoughts.
Waa there no other way?" asked
th reporter. "Couldn't you have
averted this thing?"
"No." Hough replied, "there was
no other way. A certain, luaa. was
trying to break u my home. I went
down to Qnando Friday to see itr.
ileKetll to try to adjust the trouble,
but e could 'do nothing I eoud
see no other, way."
lie brok' dow.n and wept pitifully
as m? endeavored to tell of the circular
stances leading up to. the Wasedy, of
overhearing, a conservation between
pr-. Banket and his wife, during which
Px. Banker said to Mf3, HquIi, "Have
you thought ever what X said- to
youT' To whieh Mrs. Hough replied,
"Pqn't let's talk about that now; 1 11
talk to you later."

i

Five Tkosusd Asaeriesui Sldlera w
. Really t Bard Trutyarti br
SniAem MTr tm Casters Gate

Washington, June 8. The general
staff of the army has issued prepara preparatory
tory preparatory orders for the dispatch of a mili military
tary military expedition of 5,000 troops to Cuba.
Four big army transports now at New Newport
port Newport News, Va., were ordered put into
commission, provisioned with sup supplies
plies supplies and to be held In readiness.
Orders were also sent to army posts
from which the troops will be with withdrawn
drawn withdrawn for service in Cuba to have
them in readiness to ; entrain at an
hour's notice. The troops will be taken
from Plattsburg, N. Y. barracks. Forts
Porter, Niagara and Governor's Island,
N. Y., and Forts MeFherson and Ogle Oglethorpe,
thorpe, Oglethorpe, Ga.
The order to prepare these trans transports
ports transports fo Immediate use. and the fact
that the commanders at several bar barracks
racks barracks and forts have been notified to
have their men ready to entrain, mak making
ing making provision for an army of 5,000
men for a campaign of occupation in
Cuba, is regarded as deeply significant significant-It
It significant-It would seem to show that the United
States government Is of the opinion
that the Cuban government ny not
be able to cope with hm situation in
Orlente province b4 that a spread of
the revolutWit started by the blacks Is
fea.ri.- That the United States gov government
ernment government does not intend t send an
army of occupation, into. Cuba save as
a last resort U the statement of the
govTHin,t officials, it Is plainly evi evident
dent evident that the government means to be
prepared should uf.h a move become
necessary News from the island is
dajty more disquieting. The govern government
ment government has shown little ability thus far
to put down the Insurrection, although
It t eonflned to one province.

OKLAWAHA RIVER Q A RAMPAGE

Grahamville, June 7- When the log-

vr -rrvlk- '" King spurs of the Tampa and Jack

VT y ir,"","B sonviUe railroad trailed out through

F"1"?; "e i a 7. 7 the Berlin farm country much truek
running to him Saturday aCtefnoo?. I---. - olari th-- Tran-

tteF having hejtrd thf ahots ?rom I por'tation opened up the land of course;

JVMf V'? t ""rr" And be It with the Grahamville

-nvugu t? alnnff Ih. rlv.r an nut tn the.

Standing sllgMly .apart rroup Rational park east the Qca Nesthprn
?umb?rtwjg hll dQsen shirt sleev- ranroaawblch Rasing- its trail

' rril? I nvar tha nkhwihi v nnon thla val-

nm, nwmr Ifmiroe & Chambliss ITk. small oak. was a. youngish, eypn h,(y-

H UJ' l'6MV P""!-, youhk rich land on Heather Island.

fpQjntefl lm e.u a.s Qoctor BanKer. hndrd' bush.i. nffln. w

HereWs thmn whose na.me wa.s reofnUy harvested on an acre. No

,M, mp jger may the boys buy footballs.

wn (iirmmvu tv ? v1 w They plant Irish potatoes over here
morbid Jealousy of Which th prisoner I nJ MfM spudg ag lar&e as the crown

Was VIClim. I nf it.rhv nr a fnofhall Thousands

. .. .

we tainea ireeiy aooui me nf aoM-nf thi rlrh land will be ttll-

telllng of his long, friendship with I h ftm fal, irl,h notaioS wttl

I a i j i. I kl I VlT" T-

nougn. ana now ne od ueeii w.iu ...... erow wher ;a naw c,kwjrrass rank oh

(leneral Practice Call Made Prompt, on a drive the very morning of the t Melona an1 cantaloUpe3

IT. niAt'or Par. trageoy. e orew irom J Mi eoeumbers will be planted here

GrahanrvMe, June 8. Jupiter's rains
nave been falling in regulation da.J? by
day for a week and tho deluge of
Thursday in the valley bulged the old
river to overflowing and it is on a

W, 0, BLANGIIARD
CONTRACTOR AtlB BUILDER
PLANS FURNISHED
ON APPMCATIO??
P.O.BOX 4& OCAXiA. HA

PJ"J JJLLH, ! LJ!'J

tame rampage for the Oklawaha goes
slow on its rampage of inundation

when fal?, entirely unlike any other

stream. The river stands now at dan danger
ger danger iiigh water mark, although all
bridges are still standing, nowever.
some few washouts have appeared in
the regular lowlands where the roads
have been marked for years past,
money being pent there freely to
build the streamlet crossings and the
road which is in the making never has
been built high and dry, but always
made in the old way low down on the
ground, having to be rebuilt every
year- A. A. G.

A H: in

Flere

After

Desperate Battle
Off Miami

?! Ml

F. E. McCLANE

telegram which h lia gotten from mf,a. .t.-B(vw ni nfin?

Upeclai Attention to Obstetrics Dia- Hausir wnen ine whw. wh in
- wAZn mnt'iHiiAwm 6a.' -The message was dated aay 25,
ff f V??6? Children. Banker; Clermont.

Office Rooms 1, 2, 4. s and s, noiaer j Feeling Well. v 1 be in orianoo

rniiiM. v .,nn vinnr Phones iKunaay: aacKSonvuie ipnaay. 4bs

Office No. n3; Resd;'fp5f HfJ. Ill tUW

Xo Case of Jealousy,

7. S. niLLEIi, M. D.
PIIYSICIAN AND SURGKOJ

SpeHal Kalameat far Treattas liaae,

Tkraat, Laag aad Sfcla PUeaaea

DEAFSil 9L3!fOT. BE CURED
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is' only one way to cur? def
ness,' and that 1s l,y oonatltutlona,!

Doesn't sound like he was jealous. I remedies. D.eafneas Is caused by a,n Xaaaaaaaaa,

aees iff "SKfo ijner "c 4Finnamea conamon or tne mucous imr

drew out a letter wnicn uougn nau Mng of the eustachian tuDe. wnen mis

written him from Tampa, couched In J tube Is inflamed you have a rumbling

equally friendly terms. I sound or imperfect hearing, an,d wHefi

Banker was asked if Hough's wife j it is entirely closed, deafness i? ie re-

ha4 threatened to leave him. "Shejsuit, n' uplfss thf inflammation ca.n
had expressed a desire,? he replied, j t,e taken put and this tne restored to

tthat1 he 'go 'away. '"ang not tjother hff its normal condition, hearing will be

9f hep mother I destroyed forever; nine eases out of

I took a drive with him paturaayjten are eaysed by catarrh, which is

morning.' Banker went on, "and he nothing but in inflamed condition of

seemed all right, Just before leaving the mucous surfaces,

for the trip with me he went into Mr. We will give one hundred dollars for
English's rear estate office and ad-Uny case ot deafness (caused by ca-

Jufted certain business matters, weltarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's

talked about his troubles, but he nev- I Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars free.

er made any threat; on the other hand jp. j. Cheney & Co., Tole'do.'O, Sold bv.

he was very friendly. I was at dinner, I druggists, T5c; ake' IalV Tpamly.

wnen a ooy came running in io lenipis for constipation,
me that Hough' had usf shot his wife, j r. v"

When I
BINE
I Always
With DUly
AT
WDUL 'LEE'S
Cafe
The best place in the ciO (
UIIS1C liyWt EVENING
from 6:G9 to ?:30

pfce lpurs n 1 P- "1- Fllpnes:
Office. 44t; Resldenpp, US. Ofer Mun-

oe ft Ciambllss Bank. Qcala. Fl.
f.VIVER & MAC KAY
Funeral Dlrcetcrs

VtLZtfKSLtVS ana -ftC-lKCI b j0me4 np and ran (g' ltog come oxe. COME AXb

An entertainment enslstins of read

ings, ta!aus. -violin and piano selec

tion, vocal music, etc., will be held In
I the Odd Fellows Ifau. at Cbcfftrd. ?la.,

Hne Gasksls nf Opnaf Robes jar ?o"n,"

AU Work Im e by JcefseQ pin- assistance.! I went Into, he. ban. rs

balTOPr- snd FnF auaraufped

Phann: D. B. Mclver. 10f : Satr

ps. ;I0; Undertaking Office. 4T.
' i

C. J, PHILLIPS

rAM.nAlA nrvrl nnllr1llDoc.' He raised the pistol to his

Hough was lying on her face near thej0n Wednesday evening, une 19. 1912.

door, stone dead. Hougn was stanq- 1 at 7:3(0 o'clock.

nic In the hall. When he saw nf ha I ice cream and home-made candies

paid, 'Gome in Ppc I'ye Just killed, my I Win be on sale at close of entertain

Wife, and you can see me kill myseit. ment

He bent oyer his wife's form and Kiss j The entertainment will be under the

ed her, and then went out upon the I auspices of the Laldes Aid Society of j

lawn and lay down on the grass. Jthe M. E. Church, of Oxford.

aood-bye. itosa.' he saia: gooa-oye.

WVQQli Slirlmp, Crnbs
- and r
Fresh and Salt
Water Fish.
Best Merchant's
Lunchfor
In the city.
Any season's Delicacy
promptlycrved,
Heating's Cafe.
Chas, Rodoff, Proprietor

TELLS ON THE KIDXEYS

riaas ana wpecitlcaUons Furnished

Upon Reauest.
129 South Third Street
OCA&A LOJUDA

V. B. UELLER & CO.

(Forctrly Sinlth Bot'trls)
Funeral Directors and

Licensed Embalmets

Oeala People Have Found Tale to be.

True

EDWARD DRAKE

CIVIIj engi.nekr,
I1LUGHT$.JAN
CONTRACTOR
Aeeiirate Building Flans. Blue Frlnti
tnd Speciflcatlons made. Lands Sur Surveyed
veyed Surveyed and Platted. 1 Close Estimates

Had on Erection of Buildings of any

Northwest Cormer Ocala Hua Bleek
OCALA ... FIORIDA

ger."

He went on to recite the details

which followed, of the gathering: of

the crowd, of the attempt to arrest The strain of overwork tells on the

and -of Hough's threat to shoot a,nyr J w'ak?n?4 kidneys more quickly thn I aracter by contract or on commls commls-one
one commls-one who came near"klm;of the tertl- Jon nT other organ of the body. The j baglau Wrue or consult me at

ble anger and threats of the towns-inurry ana worry o nusmess p

people. As he 'talked ; there was a heavy lining ana stooping or wor

commotion amongst those collected I men. me wora g npusenoia cares.

around tho court house, and word I tend to wear, weaken and injure the

went round, He S coming. iKianeys unui me can do tuuger iuc

line poison irom me diuuu uiiu (p

phnici Amw. J whole body suffers from the waste
Everybody broke for the main cor-1 matter that accumulates. The weak-

ridor to get a glimpse of the prisoner I ened kidneys need quick assistance.

He came rapidly, walking unha,nd? moan's Kidney Pills are prepared es

cuffed between pheri'f Murrhee andlpecially for sick, weakened kidneys:

a one-armed deputy. A slouch hat J tired. worn-out hacks have cured

was 'upon his head, and he wore a (thousands of such cases. Convincing

faded, nondescript ; shirt, and oldish! proof in an Ocala citizen's statement.

trousers, and he needed a shave 1 T. R. Madden, 102 Orange avenue.

a. But his .carriage j Ocala. "Fla., says; MI am well pleased

as he strode between I with the results I have received from

Udy Assistant wfctn required pese several day
(was erect and as

rmlto ArcTver Dpf"-nv r"1! I the lines of men, some his relatives, moan's Kidney Pills, procured at Ty

Of DaV ID AU PflliS Ol City I acquaintances, he looked neither to! did not o their work as they should J Very Central lOCatlOIl, COOieSt

m w

TRY JACKSOriVILLE S POFULAO

Cor. Bay and Ilogan Sts.

Jaclcsonville, Florida

All modern improvements,

or Ccactry

St:re

DAY PCOrJE, 10
. KIGHT PCCriE, 448

v, d. m

(Miami Metropolis.)
The auxiliary yacht Samoa came
limping into port yesterday morning
at about 6 o'clock, towed by the Kath Katharine
arine Katharine K. and bearing a curious creat creature
ure creature of the deep seas, forty feet long,
weighlag sixteen thousand pounds, as
a trophy of the cruise.
When it was learned by the citizens
of Miami that Captain Thompson real really
ly really had captured the strange monster
told of in yesterday's Herald. crowds

of people thronged to the water's

edge to catch a glimpse of the fish,
and curious and Interested persons
stood about all day, watching the pro process
cess process of hauling the creature out oj
theland.
Speculation was rife as tc the. name
and nautre of the monsUf. and many

suggestions have been- given and many

theories advanced as to the genus and
species.
Some persons said it It a shark, oth other,
er, other, Indignantly said a whale. But
those who held to the shark theory
pointed out the fact that all members
of the whale family has horizontal
tail aBd that the sharks have verti vertical
cal vertical tails. They said also that the

whales are warm blooded animals, and
blow, or breathe, while the monster
Qn the south bank of the Miami river
has gills, and breathes like a shark

or other fish. They added, too, that
the mouth Is unlike that of a whale

It Is said by those who have a knowl

edge of such creatures that the mon monster
ster monster of the deep cannot be a cetor-

hinus maximus, although the descrip description
tion description of. the giant shark more nearly

tallies with Captain Thompson's fish J

than any other Neither can it be a

rhinodon typlcus, which often exceeds

fifty feet in length, as there are sev

eral material differences. Nor can It
be a cachorodon carcharias, which, also

grows to be forty feet' in length, as

that giant fish is almost white In

color.

It is quite e.vWent. It is said, that

the great fish is not of the mysticete.

a they are warm blooded creatures,
and are not provided with such breath

ing apparatus as the strange cap captive
tive captive of the Samona. Some one has

said that the great creature is a

grampus, but that idea Is scoffed at,
as the wise ones say the grampus be belongs
longs belongs to the whale family and has' all
ot the characteristics of the mammals.

The Jaws of the grampus are armed
with teeth, they say. and it has a
horizontal tail,
A bystander advanced the theory
that it 3 one of Frank Clark's Ever Everglade
glade Everglade land sharks, but this was hoot hooted
ed hooted at, as they are said to be too plen

tiful' to ereaA excitement and com comment.
ment. comment. Captain Thompson told a harrow harrowing,
ing, harrowing, tale of the fight with the forty forty-foot
foot forty-foot monster, and of ,the mad dash for
the open sea made by the creature
when harpooned. He told of how he,
with one man as a helper, and with his
passenger. Mr. C. F. Brooks, a leading
lawyer of Cleveland, went out In a
small launch and harpooned the creat creature,
ure, creature, had remained all day In the open
boat, without food, towed toward the
deep sea by thj great nsh; how they
fought and struggled; how the fish
mfrdd not in the least the engines
of the launch and the propeller pull

ing-against It. He spoke of another
launch which came to his assistance

and hitched on behind, both engines

pulling ahead with full power.

The creature caTed nothing for that

and did not seem to know he was pull-

Ina? anything. Then, when the oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity came, they poured shot after
shot Into the body of the big fish from
a thirty-thirty Winchester rifle, with

out any noticeable effect After a time
they tied their captive to Knights Key
dock.

When the big fish learned that he

was made fast, he gave one terrific

lunge and tore seven pilings loose,

snapping them Ilk tooth picks, and
again made off towards the deep wa

ter.

jiurtng the fight the ferocious mon

ster struck the launch repeatedly with

its tail, hurling It high above the wa

ter, and later overturned the boat

which came to the assistance of Cap

tain Thompson and his party, spilling

the frightened occupants.

After a time the fish came around

and started toward the Samona, some

miles off. When they had arrived In

the neighborhood of the yacht, the

fish was maneuvered Into a position

alongside. It was tired by then, and

Captain Thompson made it fast with

anchors, but left the five harpoons In

position. Soon the monster made an another
other another wild dash for the deep sea. and

attacked the Samona, which lay be

tween it and liberty.

The yacht was so badly damaged

that it became necessary for Captain
Thompson to send telegrams for aid.
In response to a message. Captain

George F. Cook yesterday morning

sent the Katherine K to the rescue.

She encountered the Samona near

Dusenberry creek, limping slowly to toward
ward toward port, still hanging on to the
captive. The Katherine K threw the
Samona a line and came into port tow

ing captive and captor.

We

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one. I soreness across my back. I used Doan's J rOOm8 IU City. rine Sample

TAkinp for the first time unon this IKldnev Pills as directed and they I

PlrIaM Located DfiCE Of FranL'S I man It was difficult to reconcile his I brought me such gTeat relief that I J TOOmS

had been enacted. : His face was weak-I For sale by all dealers. Price 50 j Rates: $1.00 $1.50 and $2.00

lened with a receding chin. There was i cents, r oster-niiDurn jo., tjurraio.

I no traces of intelligence upon his face, I New York, sole agents for the United

and his countenance offered no hint of I States.

thA dva.tatinsr storms that had rav-I Remember the name Doan's and

Inc-fxl hi brain. He looked older than 1 alee no other.

his thirty-eight yeara; was very Drown

with sunburn, and slightly bent In the I FOR RENT Offices in Holder build.-

I shoulders. Otherwise be was a pinch-ling. Apply to Davis & Martin.

This Is a cut of the. pretty R. C H. 25-horsepower, four-cylinder B. Cr'H.;
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mountable rims, etc This is the car that Is cheap only In price. It has tha
left-hand drive, a feature all cars will sooner or later have to adopt. It has v
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OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1912.

am evening star

Cittinger & Carroll Proprietors.
C B. Carroll, Business Manager.

J. H. Benjamin, Editor.

. Champ Clark has captured the dele delegates
gates delegates from Arkansas and West Vlr-

, Oeala Is now eating some or as flne-Ijr-flavored
cantaloupes as ever grew
on the planet.

If the Cuban government can't put
down an Insurrection of a few thou thousand
sand thousand poorly armed negroes, what right
has It to a place among the independ independent
ent independent nations of the world?

Eight Wilson men were elected dele-
gates at large to the Baltimore con-

Temion oy ine iorin w

. eratle convention, tsy a

vote of 503

to m they were Instructed for Wil

son.

The case against Sheriff Smith for
the accidental killing of the fisherman,
William McCaskell. In Lake George
last September, has been up for trial
before Judge Wills at Gainesville this
week. Smith -was acquitted.

Gene Mathews of the Starke Tele Telegraph
graph Telegraph says that though defeated In the
recent primary, he is consoled by the
m election of many of his friends. This
hows, the proper spirit in 'Gene.

Mr. Clarence E. Woods has sold the
Register to Mr. D. C. Mooney, who will
take charge of the paper next week.

Mr. Woods goes to Eustis, where he
takes charge of the Lake Region.

Publicity will govern the republican
national committee in Its deliberations

upon the contests for seats in the na

tlonal convention. This was decided

without opposition at the opening ses
Ion of the committee Friday, in ac

cordance with the expressed wishes of

President Taft and Col. Roosevelt.

Count TIzsa, president of the lower
house of the Hungarian parliament,

had a very narrow escape from assassi

nation at Buda-Pest Friday. He was
fired upon three times by Deputy
Julius Kovacs, who then shot himself.

probably fatally. Count Tizsa was un
scathed.

Itself any of the adjacent territory.
There are no facts and now, therefore,
upon which a suit possibly could be
based. In announcing his decision.

Governor Brown says he has never ren rendered
dered rendered one which was more distasteful

to him, because he considers Tallulah
Falls one of the natural wonders of

the world, and was anxious to see them
preserved for the public benefit, but the
case brought to him was a purely leal
one. he said, and it was necessary to
decide it on its merits.

TO THE TAMPA TIMES:

An application for a receiver for the
Miami Everglades Company was filed
In the United States court at Phoenix,
Ariz., Friday In behalf of Edgar T. Al Allen.
len. Allen. Arthur J. Ellseasser and others,
who- are alleged to have bought land
from the Everglades Company on the
installment plan.
t :
This paper would be glad to see
Hon. Frank Harris, of Ocala, elected
chairman pt the delegation to the na national
tional national democratic convention. Mr.
Harris conspicuous service to his state
entitles hyn to this honor and we'. hope
the membirs of the delegation will be bestow
stow bestow It upon him. Starke Telegraph.
The Star seconds, the motion.

. Returns from the South Dakota pri primaries
maries primaries show a sweeping victory for
Wilson of two to one over Clark, giv giving
ing giving him the ten delegates to the na

tional convention. While It was expect

ed that Wilson would carry the state.

the most sanguine of the Wilson, lead

ers were surprised at the landslide for

the New Jersey governor.

Thirty soldiers and workmen were

killed and more than 100 others injur

ed, some fatally, by the explosion yes

terday of 400,000 pounds of gunpowder

at the Woellersdorf ammunition fac

tory at WelmerNeustadt, an import

ant manufacturing town some thirty
miles from Vienna, the capital of Aus

tria

The House judiciary committee has

ordered a favorable report on the res

olutlon proposing a constitutional
amendment fixing the president's term
at six years and making the president

ineligible to succeed himself. A sim

ilar resolution has been favorably re

ported in the Senate and efforts will be
made In both houses to force the Issue

to a vote before adjournment.

In an editorial a few days after the

second primary said editorial bearing

the stamp of Welsh rarebit the night

before and a big sight-draft next
morning you said:

"The people became aroused to the

blunder they had made in giving

Claude L'Engle so large a vote, but
only imperfectly and too late for rec

tification. If they had been brought
to see the colossal folly they had com committed
mitted committed a week sooner, or if the last pri primary
mary primary election could have been post postponed
poned postponed for a single week, Toomer would
have been the nominee instead of
L'Engle. and the state would have been
saved the humiliating necessity of

sharing with Kansas the Infamy of be

ing considered the breeding place of
political freaks."

In the first primary, there were six

candidates for congressman at large,
and 50,532 votes were cast, of which
L'Engle received 22,074. In the second

primary, L'Engle received 31,080 votes,

and Toomer, his only opponent, 23,350

L'Engle received In the second race

9,006 more votes than In the first one

Toomer, representing the combined op

position to L'Engle, Teeeived in the sec

ond race 5,098 votes less than all the

candidates except L'Engle in the first

You are doubtless familiar with the

story of little Johnny and how the cat

got out of the well. Johnny's teacher
gave him a mathematical example: If
a cat was in a well 100 feet deep,
climbed up two feet every day and fell

back three every night, how long would
it take the cat to get out of the well.
Johnny covered his slate with figures,
then told his teacher, "If I had two
more slates, I'd have that cat In hell
in two hours." That was the propor proportion
tion proportion in which Toomer was gaining on
L'Engle, and If the primary had been
postponed a week, as you suggest, it is
easy to imagine where Mr. Toomer
would have landed.

In Marion county, in the first pri primary,
mary, primary, L'Engle received 819 votes. All
his opponents received 712. In the sec second,
ond, second, L'Engle received 899 votes; Toom Toomer,
er, Toomer, 442. And Toomer's friends worked
hard for him.
In the day after the last primary the
editor of the Star exchanged congratuV
latlons with the following supporters
of L'Engle: The pastor of oite of Ocala's
biggest churches. Three of our leading
physicians, one of them an old-fashioned
democrat if there Is one. Three law lawyers,
yers, lawyers, two of them prominent in politics
as well as their profession. The pro proprietor
prietor proprietor of Ocala's biggest wholesale
business. Two successful merchants.
A well established and skillful electric electrician.,
ian., electrician., A naval stores operator and mer merchanta
chanta merchanta leading man in business and
politics In his district from the south southern
ern southern end of the county. Two of the
most prominent educators In the coun county.
ty. county. All these, men are as well posted
on public affairs, as broad-minded and
as competent to pass judgment on men
and measures as any editor in the
state. The Star is glad to be success successful
ful successful with them. It would not be asham ashamed
ed ashamed of their company if they were de defeated..
feated.. defeated.. You finished your grouchy spiel with:
"Let us endeavor to profit by the les lessons
sons lessons of this campaign, laying them up
for use two jears hence; and let us
take care that that Is the time limit of
Claude L'Engle's tenure of office."'
It Is democratic custom, established
by years of precedent, that if a man is
elected to office and makes good to
give him a second term. You proceed
to condemn L'Engle before he has been
tried. On sober second thought, do
you consider this fair.
We beg to inform you that the arti article
cle article in question did you no good in
cala and Marion county.

STERN VERDICT OF" SCIENCE

Editor Star: The excerpts published

in your editorial column? ye-!r-rlay or.
"The Evils of Alcohol." as takon from
a recent address by a dlstinsuished

medical scientist, .--hould e read and
pondered by all of our j.e;,iA. There
can be no question as to ?he correct

ness of his statements. The statements

of Drr MacXichoIls are not the deduc

tions of "temperance fanatic?, "W. C.

T. tr.J frenzies," nor "pulpit plausibil

ities.' It is the stern arraignment of
science, after the closest scrutiny of

all te facts, and should provoke the

utmost seriousness at the hands of

those who hold manhood in esteem

above the sordid "business interests

which are said to center about the traf traffic
fic traffic in alcoholic beverages. That an In Intelligent
telligent Intelligent community can consent to
license the sale and unlimited use of a

commodity which works such havoc to

the body politic, as Is described by Dr.

MacNicholls, is in itself an evidence of

mental weakness and moral degeneracy
which argues ill. Would legal priv privilege
ilege privilege be asked for the manufacture and
sale of a bread the influence of which
upon its users should vie with that ex

ercised by alcohol upon its devotees?
To ask is to answer the question. Why

then do we license the traffic in al alcohol?
cohol? alcohol? "Because some of the people de demand
mand demand It?" Some of "the people" .de

manded that the Titanic should be

driven at top speed, regardless of

menace to life and property. Did that

justify the results? International law

says "no," and says it with so much
emphasis, that "speed madness" must
yield to sane methods. "Because legal
prohibition cannot be enforced?" If
this be true, and a valid reason for
license then this very fact is an alarm alarming
ing alarming symptom of the dreadful condition?
noted by the eminent authority whose
address cited provokes this communi communication.
cation. communication. Fortunately, however, this is
not true. As evidenced in the state of
Kansas a well framed legal prohibi prohibition
tion prohibition can be as reasonably well enforc enforced
ed enforced as any other law enacted for the

protection of society. Your readers,
Mr. Editor, should thank you for giv giving
ing giving prominent space to Dr. Mac Mac-Nicholl's
Nicholl's Mac-Nicholl's address. It is by ?uch means
that a healthy sentiment against this
giant evil man be created.
Cordially, J. B. Ley.

AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW

Baptist

Sunday School 9;20 a. m.
Sermon in the morninsr by Rev. L B.

Yarren. Tonic, "He hast brought thee

out that He may brins thee in."

un i i a y

Methodist
School S:30 a. m.

Minnesota democrats in state conven

tion voted to send a full delegation of

twenty-four delegates to the Baltimore

convention with instructions to vote
for Woodrow Wilson. It Is agreed,
however, that whenever, in the opinion

of two-thirds of the delegation, Wil

son's nomination is Impossible, the vote

may be thrown to another candidate.

George W. Allen of Key West and M.
B. Macfarlane of Tampa, two of the
Florida delegates to the Chicago con convention,
vention, convention, called on President Taft Fri Friday.
day. Friday. "There Is not a single man in the
Florida delegation who Is weakening
toward President Taft," said Mr. Mac Macfarlane.
farlane. Macfarlane. "and there is Indignation
among southern republican delegates
over Inslnations that there will be
traitors to the president from the
south."

Representative Berger, the socialist
member of the House of Representa Representatives,
tives, Representatives, today began impeachment pro proceedings
ceedings proceedings against Federal Judge Hans Hansford
ford Hansford of Seattle, who recently deprived
Leonard Oleson of his citizenship be because.
cause. because. It is alleged, Oleson was a so

cialist. Berger charged Hansford with

"ljlgh crimes and misdemeanors and a
long series of corrupt and unlawful
decisions, and being a habitual drunk drunk-aid."
aid." drunk-aid." Berger asked that the j jdiciary
committee of the House make an in investigation
vestigation investigation of the affair The depart department
ment department of Justice is assisting Oleson in
an effort to have Hansford's decision
reopened.

Mr. F. J. Fearnside of Palatka, the
new chairman of the state democratic
executive committee, has been a mem member
ber member of the committee for eighteen
years, and is one of the best posted
men In the state on political affairs. He
has been a hard worker, and the honor
bestowed upon him is a direct apprecia appreciation
tion appreciation of his past services. Mr. G. W.
Fisher of DeLand, who was re-elected
secretary, is well qualified to hold his
office for many more terms, and his ef efficiency
ficiency efficiency has been clearly demonstrated
in the past several years that he has
attended to the duties again bestowed
upon him. The new treasurer, Mr.
Eaton of Jefferson county. Is also a
worthy member of the committee, and
will undoubtedly reflect credit on the
whole committee through the work of
his office.

A CARD OF THANKS

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Shuey desire to
express their grateful appreciation of
the very great kindness, tender minis ministries
tries ministries and loving sympathy shown them
and their sister, Mrs. Anna Wells dur during
ing during the long continued illness of the
latter, and at the time of her death.
These acts of -such sympathetic and
loving service will always be fondly
cherished with profound gratitude, and
a sense of obligation that it will be
hard to discharge.

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or heals weak, sore lungs. "I feel sure
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Mrs. Effie Morton, Columbia, Mo., "for
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day, today, if I had -not used this great rem remedy."
edy." remedy." Its guaranteed to satisfy, and
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KNIGHTS OF 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. .1. G. Ferguson, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage. K. of It. and S.

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TULULA IiUinifJ NO. 22, I O. O. F.

The profound disgust expressed with
the bad and burdensome features of the

primary plan does not justify its aboli

tion and a return to the discredited,

boss-ridden convention. A system that

the people devised the people can im

prove, rne delects compiainea oi are

not Incurable or insurmountable.
Tampa Times.

Tulula LGdge No. 22, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every
Tuesday at 8 p. m., in Yonge's Hall.
Visiting brethren always welcome.
Jake Brown, Noble Grand.
W. I Colbert. Secretary.

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

New shirt waists at Fishel's.

MAKES THE NATION" GASP

Control of the Seaboard Air Line
Railway has passed from Thomas F.
Ryan to S. Davies Warfield. president
of the Continental Trust Company of
Baltimore. Mr. Warfield secured con control
trol control of the great railway property by
purchasing sufficient stock In addition
to his former holdings to secure a ma majority
jority majority Interest. His latest purchases
Include 90.000 shares of preferred and
120,000 shares of common stock. It Is
understood that certain interests
friendly to Mr. Warfield are partici participants
pants participants In the purchase. Among those
Interested with him are these finan financiers
ciers financiers of New York: F. A. Vanderlip.
AlbeTt H. WIggln. Blair and company,
Benjamin Strong. Jr., Charles H. Sa Sa-bln.
bln. Sa-bln. Samuel L Fuller and Robert
Walker, former chairman of the board
of the Rock Island company. Mr.
Warfield will be chairman of the managers.

Governor Brown of Georgia has ren rendered
dered rendered an opinion to the effect that the
state has no ground on wheh to bring
sull for the recovery of Tallulah Falls
fa order to preserve them for the pub public.
lic. public. He bases his decision upon the
fact that the state In making grants
to the property In that section under
tha survey of 1811, did not reserve to

Joe Hugh Reese, one time editor of

the afternoon paper in Miami, and
more recently commander-in-chief of

Samuel J. Hilburn's campaign for Con

gress, has Temoved to Kissimmee,
where he will have charge of the edi editorial
torial editorial department of the Kissimmee
Valley Gazette, a weekly. Mr. Reese
can brighten the editorial columns of
any newspaper, and the Gazette is to
be congratulated. Miami Herald.

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 pih?s. 25c. at
Tydings & Company.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

Preaching at 11 a. m. by the pastor.

Subject, "Lessons from the Lilies."
Senior League 7:15 p. m.

Union W. C. T. U. meeting at 8 p. m.

Public cordially Invited.

Presbyterian
(Pastor. Rev. W. H. Dodge, D. D.)
5:45 a. m. Sunday School.
11 a. m. Sermon.
No evening service. The congrega

tion will unite with the other churches

in a union service at the Methodist

church.

A cordial invitation extended to the
public to attend the services in this

church.
Christian
(W. H. Coleman, Minister.)
10 a. m. Sunday School.
11 a. m. Sermon.
3 p. m. Junior C. E.

8 p. m. The church will join the
other churches in the union meeting at

the Methodist church.
Everybody welcome.

Junior C. E. Program
Topic, "Young People In Porto Rico.
Text. Psalm 45:16.
Ethel Home, leader.
Song.
Trayer.
Bible lesson read by leader.
Lesson story Virginia Beckham.
Mission study Mr. L Cope.
Roll call.
Collection of dues.
Mizpah'.

(Mw. E. Van Hood, Editor)

W. C. T.

U. FLOWER
MISSION" PROGRAM

The Ocala W. C. T. U. will observe
Sunday as Flower Mission Day, in
honor of its originator, Miss Jennie
Casseday. The churches will unite in
the evening services, when the fol following
lowing following program will be rendered:
Organ voluntary.
Anthem Choir.
Hymn.
Prayer Rev. W. II. Coleman.
Scripture reading by Mr. E. C. Sher Sheridan.
idan. Sheridan. Announcements.
Offering.
Quartet Messrs. Marsh, Sheridan,
Cole and Gates.
Sketch of Miss Casseday's Life Miss
Mary Seymour.
Vocal solo Miss Marguerite Porter.
Paper, "Our W. C. T. IT. Flower Mis Mission
sion Mission Work" Mrs. Walter Marsh.
Solo, "The Nation's Boys" Mrs. C.
E. Winston.

Quartet Messrs. Marsh,
Cole and Gates.
Reading, "The Key to
Heart" Miss Lillie Roux.
The Ministry of Flowers
Rev. W. II. Dodge.
Benediction.

Sheridan,
Thomas'
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CAR CLERK KILLED

Jacksonville. June 8. H. N. Rouse,
aged twenty years, a car clerk in the
employ of the Atlantic Coast Line Rail Railway
way Railway Co., fell between two box cars
while working irr- the company's new
yards, near Grand Crossing, at 9:30
o'clock, yesterday morning, and was
instantly "killed. ;

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whacks heads If it doesn't. "Move on
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lows. follows. Dr. King's New Life Pills don't
bulldoze the bowels. They gently per persuade
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follows. 25c. at Tydings & Company.

Dean and Mrs. A. J. Farrah were here
from Gainesville over Sunday last.
Dean Farrah has resigned his position
with the law department at the Uni University
versity University of Florida, having accepted a
professorship of law at the University
of Alabama, he and his family moving
to Tuscaloosa this summer. Tie begins
his duties there in September. For nine
years Mr. Farrah was dean of the
school of law at Stetson. DeLand Record.

SPLENDID TRACT
OF LAND FOR SALE

Notice is hereby given to all credit creditors,
ors, creditors, legatees, distributees and all other
persons having claims and demands
against the estate of Adelaide I.
Chisolm. deceased, to present said
claims duly proved to the undersigned
within one year from the date of the
first publication of this notice, to-wit:
Feb. 8th. lf12. K':Hf B. Howell.
As Administratrix Estate Adelaide B.
Chisolm.
Oak, Fla.

RED CEDAR SHINGLES
The Ocala Lumber & Supply Co. has
Just received a carload of red cedar
shingles from the Pacific coast. They
are in position to give you close prices
and it will pay jou to see them before
buying.

LEON TO VOTE WET OR DRY

Tallahassee, June 8. Leon county
will soon have a wet or dry campaign,
as a special election will be called to
be held on July 10 to decide whether or
not the sale of liquor shall be allowed
in the county, or prohibited, as Is now
the case.

A tract of 12S7 acres of the choicest
Marlon county farming land. Several

hundred acres in cultivation, and near- t

ly 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 C06,

Ocala, Fla.

Pleasant furnished rooms for light light-housekeeping.
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Odd Fellows meet Tuesday night.

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July 15th at
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Spot Cash, Remember
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books.

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The Clermont Tragedy
The old story of crime and death
from drink. Upon whose garments
shall the blood of this woman be?
Answer, you who vote for the open sa saloon.
loon. saloon. Tavares, June 4. A. V. Hough Is in
jail here, charged with the murder of
his wife, Mrs. Rose Hough, which oc occurred
curred occurred at Clermont, this county, late
Saturday afternoon. Hough does not

deny the crime. Alleged unreasonable
jealousy on the part of the man. who
was drunk at the time of the murder,

is supposed to have actuated the crime.

which wa3 one of the most brutal In

the history of the state. Mrs. Hough

was killed as she sat at her sewing

machine, and their six-year-old son,
Richard, was a witness of the tragedy.

When his father is arraigned to an

swer to the charge of murder the lit

tle lad will be the main witness.

Hough, crazed with liquor and dope,
entertained a suspicion of Doctor
Banker, who had been attending the
family, but his mind was by no means
clear on the point, because, after the
shooting, he said he knew his wife
was innocent.
At Winter Garden the party met the
county sheriff with his prisoner who
was being taken to Tavares.
Following is Mr. Kilgore's account
of meeting with Hough:
"I talked with Hough three quarters
of an hour at Winter Garden," said
Mr. Kilgore. "He appeared to be per perfectly
fectly perfectly calm, and one who did not know
him would never have been able to tell
that he had been drinking. He said he
had killed his wife because he believ believed
ed believed Dr. Banker was trying to break up
his family.
"'But,' he said, 'I know she is inno innocent
cent innocent of any such thought.' 'Then why
did you kill her,' I inquired. 'I did it
on my nerve," said Hough.
"I hav known Rosa Crenshaw ever
since she was a baby," Mr. Kilgore
said, "and she was cne of the sweetest,
purest, finest women in the world. She
was only a child when she married
Hough. She has been married about
nine years and she was only twenty twenty-six
six twenty-six when she was killed. The whole
Crenshaw family objected to the mar marriage
riage marriage and Mr. Crenshaw, who Is now
dead, refused to attend the wedding.
"Hough has always been a worthless
drunkard. He has spent ten thousand
dollars of his wife's family money.
They started him In the grocery busi business
ness business with a stock worth $3,506, and
within a month he was ordering liquer
in cases. He failed in the grocery
store, and then they established him in
the turpentine business. He failed at
that. For the past three or four
months he has been Idle, and drinking
heavily. Rosa told him -some time ago
she would not be able to put up with
his conduct and that he.would have to
leave. Then came the Incident of his
hatred of Dr. Banker, a suspicion that
was as insane as the man's mind.
"Hough is thirty-eight years old,
and he and Rosa had five children, the
oldest of whom is about eight "years.
A year and a half ago twins were born
to them. Besides Mrs. McNeill, there is
another sister, Mrs, Jones, of Clerr
mont."
Mrs. Hough was buried late Sunday
afternoon, the whole village of Cler Clermont,
mont, Clermont, where she was held in great
esteem, attending the ceremony.

The above tragedy scarce needs
comment. A man crazed by Liquor.
A man "down and out" no business
because of LIQUOR.
A man who at the altar had sworn
to love and proctect a pure trusting
woman becomes a fiend incarnate,

and her murderer because of LIQUOR

Five helpless children left without

a "mother" because of LIQUOR

Five innocent Uttle ones must go

through life under the shadow of dis
grace and the awful curse, of an In

herited deadly appetite because of

LIQUOR.

A true and faithful wife who had

five times gone down into the "valley

of the shadow of death" for love of

this man a victim to LIQUOR

An old mother crushed and heart

broken going down in sorrow to her

grave because of LIQUOR.

Oh! Friends! VOTERS! Men! Think

on these things and have pity in your

hearts for those weak and helpless-

unable to defend themselves. The
women and children upon whom the
curse falls most heavily. You say the

man was weak? Paul the inspired

apostle say "ye, who are striving must

Shield end help the "weak," by put

thig away the temptation from them-

In God's name we plead: put the saloon
with all its attendant evils out of our

State and Nation.

hie

PH

NOTICE OP PPLICATIOX FOR TAX
Deed I ndrr Section s of tbapter
Lawn of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that J. J.
Hawkins, purchaser of tax certificates
No. I'S'j and 740. date! the Tth day of
June. A. D. l:-09, has tiled said cer certificates
tificates certificates in my office, and has made
application for tax deed to issue in ac-.-.iflani-e
with law. Sail certificates
embrace the following described prop property
erty property situated in Marion county. Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, to-wit: S1; of ?e'i of nw'i and
S .-lis n av.'I s by 10 ens e and w in
t cor of ne'i sec '24, tp 17 s. range

'. acres ; n of se1.

1 ch n and s bv 10 c

r.'.v cr of sff'i of ne:4 sec C4. tp 17
ei'ith. rn?e east. 22 acres. The
ln.i being assessed a: the date
of tb.e issuance of such certificates in
the name rf R A. Bleckinstoph and
Mary Bane. Unless said certificates
shiil Se redeemed according to law.
r x deed will issue thereon cn the 2ith
day of June. A.1 D. 1912.
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 27th dav of May. A. D.
r.M'. ?. T. Sistrunk,
Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla.

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of nwi. and

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Feeding be Flood Sufferer.

Every patriotic American with a

spark of real humanity in his breast
feels a throb of melancholj' gladness
as he reads the story of how our gov government
ernment government is taking care of the desolate
flood sufferers in the Mississippi Val Valley.
ley. Valley. With 70,000 homeless in camps,
and in all about 150,000 suffeTers beinsr
provided for through governmental
aid, we have the splendid spectacle of
the humanity of one corneu of "Uncle
Sam's heart.
It is slorious to care for these suf sufferers
ferers sufferers to do anything less would be

inhuman and barbarous. Let the gov government
ernment government sro further and give all nec necessary
essary necessary aid in helping these sufferers
get on their feet in business after the
floods subside. And then let "Uncle
i?am" go and look at bimIf in hr
glam (and, reader, that means I ),
and see what manner of man he is
doing sucn splendid, humane deeds
with one hand, while with the other
he deals depletion and devilment, dam damnation
nation damnation and debauchery, hunger and hor horror
ror horror without the twinge of conscience or1
the blush of shame. j
With the blindinar, groundless plea
of arain gain that shows an ultimate
minus side of hundreds of millions of j
dollars the government our govern- j
ment is practically slaying. directly!
and indirectly, over weven hundred ;

thonand men. women and children'!
every year thronch It croel, nhamrfiil j j
complicity with the liqnor bnwlne! i y
In God's name, let's learn real hu-j
manlty by such noble experiences as;J

caring for flood sufferers and invest!- Y.

gating inanic oisasters, an-i stop
spreading desolation by governmental
hand in order that we may show how
humane we are through the building
of asylums, jail?, orphanage? anl sob-
ering-up farm?! j
"Tt can't be done.-' quibble? the 1
cringing apologist! j
"It Iw a He!" shout- back the fearle? j
r-atri'-'t "a lie nf the devil and coward cowardly,
ly, cowardly, booze-soaked politician." Thank
God for the Hobson resolution in Con Congress,
gress, Congress, to so amend the Constitution a
to stop governmental complicity with i
the liquor crime! Golden Age.

Arc You Acquaint Ui

...
The open season of the HOUSE
FLY is here once more and clean cleanliness
liness cleanliness in the home and above all
in the places where Food Stuffs
are prepared for Market or placed
on sale is imperative.
Do you know that the Ameri American
can American people have declared war on
the HOUSE FLY for the reason
that they are the most dangerous
insect known to man and are an
important factor in the NATIONAL
DEATH RECORDS.
For the SAKE OF YOUIl HEALTH as
well as our own we have begun war on MADAM
FLY. Our store has been screened all arounrl and
with the fight that we make against them during
the week and on Sunday, we can see a great differ differ-ence.
ence. differ-ence. On Sundays we put our poison fly paper and
it kills every fly that comes in contact with it. If
everybody would kill a$ many ilies as we do it
strikes us that they could be kept down.

PHONES 16 and 174

Ocala,

FIofMsi

A GREAT HOUSE FURNISHING
ESTABLISHMENT
v
Following are first a Few of the Thousands of
Article's Carried in oar Great Farnitare, Hardware,
House Furnishing and General Supply Store. Come
in and look the stock .oyer, you will find many
. things yoV! want. I :
- For the Office
Roll and Flat Top lesks. Typewriter Desks, Stenographer's
Desks, Office Chairs, Stools, Sofas, Etc
For the Dining Room
Handsome Round or Square Extension Tables, Dining Chairs,
Rugs, Sideboards and Chiffoniers, Bouffets, China Closets, China
Dinner Sets Lamps, Fine Table Linen, Etc.
Parlor Furniture
Handsome 3fahogany, Oak, Willow or Mission Chairs, Straight
Racked or Rockers, Tables, Sofas, Lamps, Rugs and Carpets, Pic Pictures.
tures. Pictures. Bedroom Furniture
Beautiful Dressers and Wash Stands in Golden Oak, Rirdseye
Maple or Mahogany. Beautiful Iron and Brass Beds in over Fifty
Different Varieties and Prices. Rugs and Mattings, Chiffoniers ad
Wardrobes, Toilet Sets, Blankets, Comforts and Linens.
For The Pantry and Kitchen
Handsome Refrigerators and Ice Chests in Several Different
Makes and Styles and any Size or Price Desired. Stoves and Ranges
in Either Wood or Oil Burners. Kitchen Cabinets and Tables.
Hardware Department
Anything Desired in Silverware for the Table, Cutlery and
Sissors in our Hardware Department; Shotguns, Rifles and Ammo Ammo-nit
nit Ammo-nit ion; Fire Sets, Screens and Irons, Etc
Carriage and Harness Dept
Buggies, Carriages and Wagons for all Purposes, Harness, Sad Sad-Domestic
Domestic Sad-Domestic and Imported, Art Squares, Mattings Etc, in the Coutnry.
dies, liap Robes, Whips and Everything for the Horse or Vehicle.
McIVER & MacKAY
PHONE 47 North Magnolia St. OCALA, Fl

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OCAJuA EVENING STfAR, SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1912.

I
COPIES OF THE SPECIAL EDITION
A MUSICAL OCCASION-

vm you mmm bank win
TEiie Commercial! Bamlk

OF OCALA

men, professional
The bank's profits
of our town and

- Firsts Its shareholders are all home people, business
men and farmers. Their Interests and yours are mutual,
remain right here In the community for the upbuilding

county.
OUR CERTIFICATES BEAR FOUR PER CEXT INTEREST
aadi Its business is governed with conservatism. Speculation plays no
part in Iti conduct. It fosters and encourages home enterprises, all of which
make for soundness and satisfactory bank service.

ttutrrrtJti

n

Mr. R. W. Ferguson of Berlin was in
town today.

Mr. J. J. Williams of Homosassa was
in the city today.

Dr. E. G. Peek's office phone Is No.
468 j kin residence phoae, No. 301.

G. G. Beville of Center Hill is at the
Ocala House.

Dr. A. L. Blalck, physician, office
phone o. 309; residence phone, 132.

Rev. W. H. Coleman will preach at
Lowell tomorrow afternoon.

Pat Winfree went this afternoon to
Lake Butler, where he will bore a well.

Mrs. R. L. Martin of Lake Weir was
in the city yesterday and today.

Tho-e desiring copies of the big Il Illustrated
lustrated Illustrated special edition of the Star
can obtain same at the Star office or
the newsstands of the city at 10 cents

a copy, three for 2 cents. In 100 lot
or more 5 cents per copy.

CAPTURED BIG PAVING CONTRACT

Mr. W. J. Sheridan of this city and
Mr. G. H. Carns of Alachua have re received
ceived received the contract for laying one and a
half miles of eight-foot sidewalk of ce cement
ment cement in the thriving little town of
Alachua.

BIG BILL ANDERSON
AT THE AIR DOME

FOR SALE Two cylinder automo

bile. Perfect condition. Price $125. A.
M. Lansford, Ocala.

Miss Mary Gates left today for a

visit to her friend. Miss Grace Glover,

in Gainesville.

FOR SALE One long carriage type

writer, nearly new. Price, $50. A. M.

Lansford.

Dr. J. Walter Hood wants his friends

to understand that he isn't out of com

mission, even if his residence phone is.

should be not only
elegant but everlasting. Good looking silver silverware
ware silverware in your home leaver an impression on
visitors and friends that exists after all other
impressions fade. We invite you to look to today
day today over our specially selected stock of the
latest designs in beautiful silverware.

If you are In a hurry for your pre

scriptions, try the Court Pharmacy's

quick delivery system.

Mrs. Mason of Gainesville is visiting
her sister, Mrs. Irvin, at the Carlton
House.

Get your prescriptions filled by Beck
at the Court Pharmacy and know they
are right.

Mrs. Chas. L. Moore is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. E.C. Staley, at Palmetto.

Ac Eo MLMMETT

TEE JEWELER

Alma Zada Faee Powder Is the best
we have to offer at 50c. the box. The

Post Office Drug Stores.

Mrs. R. J. Rivers was in town from
Martel today, looking after the city en.d

of his big timber business.

The big feature picture at the Air
Dome tonight will be a western pic picture,
ture, picture, with big Bill Anderson as the

star. There will be four reels in all.
The picture of the football game was

o good it will be shown again. It is

one of the most exciting pictures

shown in Ocala this season.

There will be plenty or dry seats and
nothing but pure fresh air.
The program is as follows
"A Cattle Rustler's Father." This
picture features Big Bill Anderson.
"His Last Cent" Featuring Castello.
"The Luckless Banker." A very
strong drama.
"The Football Hero." A thrilling pic picture
ture picture of a football game.
No extra admission.

AT THE IDEAL THEATER

C. Green and B. Jolly, the popular
comedians, who have delighted large
audiences at this cozy little playhouse
the past three days, will terminate
their engagement tonight with their
own original aet, "The Irishman's
Dream," one of the funniest Irish acts
on the stage. The sketch is said to
contain a laugh in every line, and to together
gether together with three reels of feature pic pictures,
tures, pictures, the Ideal has on an ideal show
tonight. Same low prices, 10 and 15
cents.

$2500 to, loan on Al real estate se security
curity security at 8 per cent Interest. Address,
P. O. Box 583, city. 5-15-6t

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

Mf. C. V. Roberts is once more In his
old position as funeral director with
Mclver & MacKay. Mr. Roberts Is
well versed in his profession! and is
naturally one of the nnjn. who are qual qualified
ified qualified to fill a position that requires
more care aH tact than almost any
other. His Ocala friends are very glad
that he has definitely decided to stay
with them Instead of seeking a home
in another city.

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

:

Members of the Moose will please
take notice that their lodge now meets
at 8 o'clock every Thursday night, in instead
stead instead of :S.

Mr. L. W. Duval returned Friday
from Jacksonville, where he attended
the meeting of the state executive
committee, Mr. Duval was appointed a
member of the committee on rules, and
says the said committee intends to earn
Its salary.

FOR SALE At a sacrifice, a cottage
in first class condition with modern
conveniences, 130 feet front, close in.
Address, A. B. C, care Star. 6-8-12t

Some public spirited person set the
old station shed fthe "vinegar route"
on fire thW morning, about 2:30, and
the Might operator at the telephone ex

change fortunately became flabber

gasted and didn't give the department
the proper tip until the fire had a fair
chance. The fire boys saved the cars
under the old car shed, but the shed It Itself
self Itself added to the oxygen in ihe atmosphere.

Col. H. M. Hamptun has returned
from Floral City and Inverness, where
ha has been attending to some legal
business.

Mr-, tieorge MacKay and his son,
George went down to the lake this aft aft-ternoon.
ternoon. aft-ternoon. Mr. George MacKay, Jr., has
been attending a technological school,
one of the best tn the country, in Bos Boston.
ton. Boston. He t sreatly enjoying his vacation.

FOR RENT The BeR residence, 198

East Adams street; two-story, seven i

rooms and bath. Apply to Joseph Bell,
city.

y a

4.-' Mltfi

When yoa start building that home you need four things

most of all: money, plans, material and last, but by no means
least, builders' tooIs.GOOD (ools are as positively necessary as
first-class labor lo get the BEST results. Our experience of
builders, needs long ago taught us this and we therefore carry
d stock bopght expressly for the expert workman, yourself,
IVHairuoim. Mandlvvane Co.

W. A. McRae, commissioner of ag agriculture,
riculture, agriculture, and W. S. McLin, both from
Tallahassee, were at the Ocala House
yesterday.

FOR RENT Four room flat; also,
cottage of seven rooms, electrio lights
and bath; near primary school. Mrs.
R. p. Fuller,

Mr. A. F. Dreka came over from
Ocala last Saturday to spend Sunday
with his wife and children, who will

spend some time here with his father

and family. DeLand Record,

Rev. Dr. W, H. Podge made a hur

ried visit to Jacksonville Thursday to

attend a meeting of the home mission

committee of Suwannee Presbytery, of

which he is chairman.

The Star regrets to say that Mr.
Brown, the well known and much liked
popcorn man, who has been in the hos hospital
pital hospital for some time, is very feeble.

Hugh McCracken, th wife murderer,
is still alive, but there isn't much
chance of his recovery. His mother-in-law,
Louise Lindsay, has a fair chance
of recovery.

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

Ij&p" At All Fountains ffjffyi
feDO YOU
0'A olif LIKE fij
)k Mi GRAPEFRUIT? &j

f Then take the juice of this lucious fruit,

4 just enough pure syrup to sweeten,
a dash of cracked ice,

IlttiC IlZJ &

nd,
you have "3mJnr the most delightful summer drtnftl
you ever tasted,

THE CRA-FRU COMPANT

AnxU. Ha, 0. Sl A-

Rexall Cold Tablets do the work.

Can give sou the formula if you like.
35c. the package at the Post Office
Drug Store.

Mrs Mary Dodge Maddox left this

week for. Dalton, Ga.. where she will

be the guest of Cot and Mrs. S. P. Mad-

dox for several weeks. She will then

go to Cape Charles. a., for the re

mainder of the summer to be with her

brother, Mr. Richard Dodge, who Is

tilling the pulpit of the Presbyterian

church at that place.

Many of the best people in Ocala not
only send their daughters to Miss Kate
Gamsby for their musical education,
but they look forward to her annual

piano recital with a pleasure outside of
personal interest an anticipation that
for years has not been disappointed.
The last of these pleasant occasions
occurred at the Woman's Club yester yesterday
day yesterday evening, and was no exception to
the rule. The night was dark and
stormy, but the room was well filled
with the relatives and friends of the
pupils. Very few were present who
could not understand the technique of
the music, and none were there who
could not appreciate the harmony.
The little stage was simply but
prettily decorated for the occasion.
More winning than any flowers could
be were the bright faces of the pupils,
whose seats flanked the stage. Miss
Gamsby with faith and pride In her
scholars evinced in every feature, pre

sided.
The recital lasted for two hours and
was a treat for all present. All the
music was good, mueh of it was ar artistic,
tistic, artistic, its smoothness and perfection
could be recognized by even the un untrained
trained untrained ear. Following is the program:
Roses Hazel MacAteer.
Going to Sleep Sidney Cullen.
In Lover's Lane Estelle MacAteer.
A Happy Moment Valeria Gregg.
The Elves Louise Rentz.
Silver P.ells Stella Camp.
Polka Gracieuse Irene Tompkins.
Petite Fleur Onie Chazal.
La Cascade Edna Strickland.
Hunganian Dance Anna Belle Wes

son.

Fleurette Blair Woodrow.
Fantasie-Barcarolle Nina Camp.
Melodious Pieces Agnes Burford.
L'Angelus Elisabeth Davis.
Le Papillon Mabel Meffert.
Waltz and Chorus. First piano, Nel

lie Gottlieb and Hester Dewey; second
piano, Annie Laurie Perry and Marion
Dewey.

A la Polonaise Martha Kate Rentz.
Drifting Sidney Harold.
Tarantella Gladys Drake,
(a) Serenade (b) Arabesque Alice

Sexton.

Ballade Theo Wallis.
Autumn Lorayne Kemp.
Concerto in F Minor. Andante, Alle Alle-ro.
ro. Alle-ro. Vivace Annie Laurie Perry.
Second Rhapsodic Nellie Gottlieb.
The "Waltz and Chorus" (Gounod)

by Misses Nellie Gottlieb and Hester
Dewey first piano and Annie Laurie

Perry and Marion Dewey second
piano was wonderful in the perfec perfection
tion perfection with which the performers kept

ime and beatuiful in the harmony they

rendered. The "Second Rhapsodic"

Liszt) by Miss Nellie Gottlieb, which

closed the program, was also a gem.

Everybody was delighted with Miss
Sidney Cullen, one of the prettiest and
most self-possessed little seven-year-old
ladles who ever pleased an au

dience. Miss Sidney Harold had mem

orized "Drifting" (H. Friml) a most
difficult piece, and played it without
notes. Every one of the performers de

serves special notice, and the reporter
regrets that he has not the time and

pace and the technical knowledge to

describe their work as it merits.

Miss Gamsby always gives medals to

her most proficient pupils one of gold

o the senior and one of silver to the
unior class. These medals have of

late years been presented by Judge W.
S. Bullock, who always knows the right

thing to say and how to say it, whether

addressing bench, bar or jury, political

or social gathering, or even a Sunday
.school. The Judge was at his best last

night the occasion was reflected in his

face and expressed in his words. With

fitting praise and good wishes, he gave

the gold medal to Miss Lorayne Kemp,
and the silver medal to Miss Nina
Camp. Miss Kemp had 236 out of 240

perfect marks. She is a very bright

young lady,, and her love for and un

derstanding of music Is expressed in

her face. In this class Miss Gladys
Drake was second with 234 marks and
Miss Martha Kate Rentz third with

2
Ml.s Nina Camp, who won the silver

medal, made 238 perfect marks, which

is an almost unsurpassed record. She
did not miss a single day's practice

during the term, and the silver medal

she won last night is only an index to

those of gold that are coming to her
in future. Next to her in this elass

came Miss Agnes l'.uriora wnn

marks and Miss Onie Chazal with 220.

W. B. Johnston of Blackville, S. C.

C. French of Greenville, Mich., H. J.

Wiese of Atlanta, T. M. Kelly of Chi

cago and F. E. Hankinson of Richmond

are at the Ocala House.

When in Jacksonville stop with Mrs.

E. L. Maloney, at the Girard, N-o,. 11
East Duval street, just off Main. Beat
75c. room In the city.

Next Monday morning Lee Armisteck,
the negro who shot Policeman Yates
and Guard Gardner at Plant City sev several
eral several months ago, will for the second

time be placed on trial charged with
the murder of Yates, who died from
the wounds Inflicted by the negro. The
first trial of Armistead, which was

held a short time after the killing, re

suited in the jury falling to agree.

Armistead is represented by Attorneys

W. K. Zewadski, Jr. and Sr. Tampa

Tribune.

Mr. E. E. Converse, on reaching Jack

sonville found himself obliged to re

turn to Ocala for a day or so,. He left

again today for his northern trip, and

Intends to see Alaska before his return

He. says h will can a cold wave some
time in August and express it to his

Florida friends in time to do them the

most good.

ft. L. Ross of Gaiter, W. A. Baxley.

of Istachatta, W. C. Jackson of DeLand.
Geo. H. Dorr of Dunnellon, W. E. Mc-

Carley of Mcintosh and Dr. J. G. Bas Bas-kin
kin Bas-kin of Dunnellon were at the Ocala
House last night.

The custom ef Thursday afternoon

closing hy the merchants of the town

went into effect yesterday, to remain in
force until September ISth. PseLnd

Record.

FOR SALE CHEAP New
range, used about twa months.
14i).

Buck
Phone

E. H. Waltke of St. Louis, J. C. Bry Bryan
an Bryan of Louisville. E. S. Dudley of New
Orleans, Wm. B. Cooke of Boston. J. A.
Lerner of Chicago and Ralph Levien of
New York were at the Ocala House last
nighr.

Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Staley of Talmet Talmet-to
to Talmet-to expect to take a trip tru-the west
next month. They will leave their
bright little children, Claramae and
"Buster." with Grandpa and Grandma
Chas. L. Moore in Ocala, during their
absence. Miss Clara Moore. Mrs.
Staley's sifter, may accompany them.

SUMMER RATES
Effective June 9th
)cala NoFtfflicpe Railroad
will e'ell round trip tickets from all points on its line at
one way rate, on Sunday only
S. P. HOLLINRAKE
Gen. Pass. Agent
OCALA, FLORIDA

The woman of today who has good

health, good temper, good sense, bright
eyes and a lovely complexion, the re

sult of correct living and good dlges

tion, wins the admiration of the world.

If your digestion is faulty Chamber

lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets will

correct it. For sale by all dealers.

Jerry Waters, who lives four miles
northwest of town and has been sick

for three months, was brought to the
hospital yesterday, where an operation
for appendicitis was performed. He is

very low.

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

Parker Lucky eurve rountam Pens

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

macy.

WHGH THE MONEY QUESTiOFJ

carefnily. Yoa know how easy If is lo speed a fczsird
dollars, tme or two at a time. Ever think Cu:t it's t!
as easy to save a hundred in the same way.
TOE OCALA NATIONAL BANK in its SaiS Ccpcrt Ccpcrt-ment
ment Ccpcrt-ment will accept small deposits and pay interest ct tzzr
per cent, compounded quarterly. That means wfcta yea
have saved a hundred dollars yon also have whst ycr
savings have baen earning (or yon.
MAKK OUR BANK TOUR BAXK

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CAPITAL FULLY PAID IN 97309

H. D. STOKES. Cashier.
JNO. L. EDWARDS. Pres. CLARENCE CAMP.

Vie. Pr.

; To the Ladies off cafla
Miss Mary Affleck
: will send a young lady to call on

: you in a few days; and show you the
: famous Barcley Corset. Miss Affleck
: will greatly appreciate your kind

: attention to the demonstration. J

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Come to the Temple Theater
tonight and bring your coupons.
A 20-year gold case Elgin
watch, Ladies' or Gents' size to be
given away.
The drawing will take place
promptly at 8:00 p. m.
All Ladies Admitted Free

IV THE CIRCUIT COURT

HOUSE FOR RENT

A large, six-room new residence for

rent. All modern Improvements, larpre
lawn, well of soft water, four fire

places in house; $20 per month. Apply

to R. L. Carter, city marshal.

Pres Singleton was put on trial this
morning for killing Adolphus Will Williams
iams Williams at Mcintosh some time ago. At
noon, the jury brought in a verdict of
murder in the second degree.
The court adjourned to reconvene
next Monday morning. The second trial
of Louis Waterman will begin Tues Tuesday.
day. Tuesday. Deputy Brigance returned today from
a tour around the county, summoning
jurors and witnesses for next week's
work.

CHICKENS FOR SALE

WEATHER REPORT

Following are the meteorological
conditions that prevailed during: th
twenty-four hours up to sunset yester yesterday:
day: yesterday: Southeast wind; cloudy.
Minimum temperature, 72 degrees.
Maximum temperature, 85 degrees.
Average temperature, 75 degrees.
Rainfall, .43.

WEATHER FORECAST
Fair northwest portion, showers' In
peninsular tonight and Sunday.

A few pullets and cockerels, thor thoroughbred
oughbred thoroughbred Rhode Island Reds from
heavy winter laying strain. Pullets
nearly ready to lay. Low prices for
quick sale. Q. F.. Peacock, at Star office.

THE BEST YET
Daynglo cloths for cleaning silver silverware,
ware, silverware, at A. E. Burnett's.

MATINEE AT THE IDEAL

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

Mr. Witherspoon Dodge left yester yesterday
day yesterday morning after a ten day's visit
with his parents and went to Ander Anderson,
son, Anderson, S. C, where he will preach during
the summer.

Presentation of medals.
Orchestral accompaniments in the
concerted numbers played on second
piano by Miss Gamsby.

Holeproof hosiery at Fishel's.
Black Orpington cockerels and pul pullets
lets pullets of the best quality for sale. Hia Hiawatha
watha Hiawatha Laka Stock Farm. 6-l-6t

FOR RENT Flat of three rooms and
hall. A good home for a small fam family
ily family of a fine suite of office rooms. Ap Apply
ply Apply for terms at Little's Shoe Parlor.

WANTED Two furnished rooms for
light housekeeping.' Answer 'A." care
Star office.

ECONOMY FRUIT JARS

THE CARX -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 openings in these elass

jars are large and easily filled or

emptied.

Call at the store and see the jars

and how they are sealed and get a
booklet containing many valuable
household receipts. Price of jar3
as follows:
Pints, per dozen $1.00
Quarts, per don 1.25
Half-Gallons, pep dozen. . 1.50
CMWJ-THOMAS CO.
SUCCKSSQR TO BAXTER CAR.V

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.

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.
DauErlas shoes at Fishel's.

TYPE FOR BABBIT METAL

The Star office has for sale a limit

ed quantity of old type, which Is one
of the fineit metals for babbit in the
market. The price is 10 cents a pound.

Are you interested In paper bag

Mnkins? If so come to us for your

supply of the bags. 25c the package
Post Office Drug Store.

Gas in the stomach comes from food

vhiph hi fpr-n-ntel Get rid of this

badly digested food as quickly as pos

ciKia i i-.-u irriiiU avoid a bilious at

tack; HERBINK Is the remedy you
Seed. It cleanses and strengthens the
stomach, liver and bowels, and restores
energy and cheerfulness. Price o0e.
Sold by all druggists.

K. Rou and S. L. Fridy, progressive
merchants of Reddick, were in the
state's largest interior city yesterday.

Gainesville Sun.

Signor Carlo Mora, who has been

director of music at Southern College

for the past six years, is in town and

will conduct special music classes dur

ing the summer. Mrs. Mora and son.

Scott, left for New York, where Mrs.
Mora will take special vocal training

this summer. She has been the vocal
instructor at Sutherland for some time

and is as talented and successful mus musician
ician musician as her husband. In the fall they
expect to open a studio in Tampa.

Tampa Times.

OPEX DAY AND XIGHT
Merchants' Cafe, A. C. L. depot cor

ner. Meals a
any hour.

la carte and lunches at

GROCERY STORE FOR SALE
All new stock, new building, good lo location.
cation. location. II. A. Kramer.

WANTED About five hundred corda
dry pine, green pine and oak mixed
four-foot wood. Either A. C. L., B. A.
L. or team delivery, Ocala. Mali esti estimate
mate estimate stating time to complete. Box
215, Ocala, Fla.

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.

After you have had a row and Ufa
looks mighty blue, send her a box of
Norris candy and she'll again 1ot
you. Get it at the Court Pharmacy.

OPEN DAY AND NIGHT

Merchants' Cafe, A. C. L. depot cor-
. . J 1 V n r T

ner. Meals a ia carte anu iuiicica
any hour.

Mr. Egbert Gilbert of Ocala was

here visiting his brother, t unoert.

the forepart of the week. Kissimmee

Valley Gazette.

HELPED TO KEEP DOWN EXPENSES

Help the baby through the teething

period by giving it McQEE S BABT
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.

It is worse than useless to take any
medicine internally for muscular or
chronic rheumatism. All that Is need needed
ed needed is a free application of Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Liniment. For sale by all dealers.

TEMPLE THEATER

Mrs. J. E. Henry, Akron, Mich., tells

how she did so: "I was bothered with

my kidneys and had to go nearly dou

ble. I tried a sample or toiey Kianey

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.

STORK FOR REXT
The new and handsome store room,
roomy and modern plate glass front.
Possession at once, and can be fitted
up according to needs of tenant. Ap Apply
ply Apply to Ocala Lumber & Supply Co.

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 SALE

Week Com men dag
TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 4
ALL FEATURE MOVING PICTURES
3W0 FEET 3000
DRAMATIC, COMEDY AND SCENIC
PRODUCTIONS
SpeHal run, never la Oeala. On
Saturday night a kudaoae 20-year
GOLD WATCH, Ladle' or Geatlentaa,
irtll be siren a way. Caaaaaa with
num her commence Tuesday eYealaa;.
Price: Balcony, 5e. Lower Wlr, lte.f
Children 5e
Contlnnoua Performance, 730 im 10s30
P. K.

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

DR. J. T. SHAW. VETERINARIAN
Graduate of the United States Col College
lege College of Veterinary Surgeons,
WASHINGTON. D. C.
rated at the Joiea Hoapltal aa ftaata

tim street west
OCALA, FLORIDA.

All Uaiis iomil7 Answerea.



OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1012.

SAWITAEIY REPORT ON DAIRIES

Monthly Report of the City Board of Health and Sanitary Committee of
- the City Council
A report will hereafter be made monthly upon the condition of the
dairies furnishing milk to the citizens of Ocala. A complete detailed re report
port report will be published of the Institution making the highest final score
during the month, while the others will be reported only as to the total
score shown by the inspector's report. The following detailed report is
made on Jack Camp's dairy, known as the Ocala Heights Dairy:
DIVISION NO. 1 Health, Comfort and Protection of Cows:
SCORE
Perfect Allowed

1. Health of Cows 2
2. Isolation during Sickness and Calving... 10
3. Comfort, Bedding, etc.... 10
4. Location and Drainage of Stables, etc 11
5. Construction of Stables and Gutters 12
6. LiehUni? of Stables 4

7. Ventilation, Cubic Space, etc 8
8. Food -
9. Water 10
Total Score...... ... ... 100

DIVISION NO. 2 Cleanliness of Cows and Their Surroundings:

25
10
10
11
12
4
8
10
10
100

SCORE

Perfect Allowed

10. Cleanliness of Cows 45
11. Cleanliness of Stables, Freedom from Odor and Dust.. 45
12. Condition of Barnyards I S
13. Condition of Pasture. 2
Total Score.. 100

DIVISION NO. 3 Construction, Cleaning and Care of Utensils:

44
45
S
2
99

SCORE

Perfect Allowed
14. Construction of Utensils 25 25
15. Cleaning of Utensils 25 25
1C. Water Supply, Hot Water and Steam for Cleaning 25 25
17. Care of Utensils after Cleaning 25 25
Total Score 100 100
DIVISION NO. 4 Health of Employes and Their Methods of Milking:
SCORE
Perfect Allowed

18. Health of Employes 45
19. Cleanliness of Milkers 1
20. Milking With Clean, Dry Hands 15
21. Quiet Milking 5
22. Cleaning of Udder 12
23. Rejection of Foremilk 8

Total Score
DIVISION NO. 5 Handling of Milk:

.100

45
14
15
5
10
8
97

SCORE
Perfect Allowed

24. Cleanliness of Attendants 5
25. Prompt Removal from Stalls 8
2C. Promptness of Cooling and Aeration S
27. Efficiency of Cooling... 22
28. Method of Straining 10
29. Sanitary Milk Room and Screen 25
30. Methods of Storage 11
31. Methods of Transportation 11

Total Score '.
DIVISION NO. 6 Laboratory Report:

.100

5
8
8
22
10
25
11
11
100

SCORE
Perfect Allowed

32. Fats, per cent 30

33.

34.

Bacterial Count 40
Specific Gravity of Solids ,30

Total score-.
Total of All Scores.

.100

.600

30
o
30
95
590

RATING:

1st Total sum of 575 per cent, and each division of 90 per cent.
Excellent.
2nd Total sum of 550 per cent, and each division of 85 per cent.
Good
3rd Total sum of 500 per cent, and each division of 70 per cent.
Medium.
4th Total sum of 450 per cent, and each division of GO per cent.
Poor
Sth Total sum of 425 per cent, and each division of 55 per cent.
Very Poor
6th Total sum of 375 per cent, and each division of 50 per cent.
Lowest Score Passable
Note 1 If any filthy condition is found, particularly dirty utensils, the
total score shall be limited to 375.
i
Note 2 If the water is exposed to dangerous contamination, or there is
evidence of the presence of a dangerous disease in animal attend attendants,
ants, attendants, the score shall be 0.

Jack Camp's Dairy:
In excellent condition.

W. A. Jeffcoat's Dairy:
Final total, 468.
Capt. D. W. Purvis' Dairy:
Sells milk in uncovered wagon.

Final total 590.

Final total, 409.

Wm. Whitworth's Dairy:
Could not make inspection, as owner objected to the same.
J. D. Hogan's Dairy:
Uses uncovered wagon. Milk dirty. Score, 250.
Mrs. Roller's Dairy:
Makes butter and sour milk.
Mrs. S. R. Pyles' Dairy:
Makes butter and sour milk.

Mrs. Eugene Knight's Dairy:
No dairy. Milks In the back yard. Could not score more than 200 or
300.
F. M. Matheney's Dairy:-
Conditions not in accordance with ordinary methods of dairying. Dir Dirty
ty Dirty milk.
Signed: H. W. COUNTS, M. D., Inspector.

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A STORY OP ADVENTURE AXD IN-TIUGUE

(By Louis Joseph Vance)
CHAPTER VIII.

Preparations for breakfast were to toward;
ward; toward; an aroma of coffee and bacon
hung In the still, crisp air. The troop troopers
ers troopers were bustling about as If noth nothing
ing nothing had happened, laughing and jok joking,
ing, joking, cleaning rifles, feeding the me me-hara,
hara, me-hara, striking tents, drawing water
from the palm-ringed well round
which the camp had been made.
Out of sight beyond, the edge of the
sunken oasis a detachment was dig digging
ging digging shallow trenches for the dead.
In the open Chambret lay dying, a
stark grim figure In the growing
light. O'Rourke sat by his side, near

the head of the Improvised litter, el elbow
bow elbow in knee, chin in hand, eyes fixed
on the face of his friend.
Just before sunrise the man on the
litter stirred, moaned, opened his eyes
and turned his head to see O'Rourke.
He smiled wanly. "Mon ami," he said
in tones faint yet thick.
The Irishman rose. "Don't talk,"
said he. "I'll be calling the surgeon."
But Chambret stayed him with a
gesture. "Has he not told you, dear
friend?" he asked.
O'Rourke hesitated. "Told me
what?"
"That my wound was fatal mortal?

. . Surely he must have told you.
It Is so. Presently I die . Con

tent. . Let him be this sur surgeon:
geon: surgeon: I am beyond his aid. Attend
to me, in my last moments, O'Rourke,
my friend."
The adventurer vacillated, torn by
an agony of compassion. "I must do
something for ye," he said miserably.
. . "I must do something. .
What can I do?"
"Comfort me." The dying man
closed his eyes and lay still for a lit little.
tle. little. "You are not gone, O'Rourke?"
he asked presently.
"I'm here, be your side, mon ami."
"Tell me ... of madame .
. your wife. Sho is well?"

"She Is very well, Chambret."
"You have seen her recently?"
"Within ten days."
"You have . returned to
her?"
"No and yes. 'Twas not for lack
of' love for her that I gave her up
"Yes," said Chambret Impatiently.
"That I understand. ... I com comprehend
prehend comprehend utterly your feeling. .
But you owe her happiness, though
you sacrifice your own everything
to give it her. She loves you .
as she might have loved even me had
vou not come into her life."
"True. .
"You are about to pocket your
scruples that she may have her due
portion of happiness?"
"I've promised, Chambret.
"I am glad. . But you what
has brought you hither?"
"I I wished to see ye,"
But the dying are oftentimes and
strangely endowed with curious In Insight
sight Insight Into matters beyond their ken.
Without perceptible hesitation Cham Chambret
bret Chambret made this apparent.
"You have come for the ruby," he
said with conviction.
"How did ye know?"
"It is true, then? ... I fancied
bo; I knew that some day you would
come to claim It. . Bend nearer
to me. . The Pool of Flame is
in the keeping of my good friend, the
Governor-General of Algeria. It is all
arranged. When I am gone, take my
signet ring, tell him your name, and
demand the package a small morocco morocco-leather
leather morocco-leather box, wrapped in plain brown
paper and superscribed with my name
and yours. He knows nothing of Its
value, save that It Is great, and will
deliver it to you and only you without
question. . That is all."
The hand that clasped O'Rourke's
was like ice.
"Chambret!"
"Beatrix. .
The cold fingers relaxed. Gently
O'Rourke disengaged his hand and put
It to the pitiful, torn bosom of the
man who had died with his wife's
name upon his Hps.

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CHAPTER IX.
Shortly before midnight the tri triweekly
weekly triweekly train from Constantino to Al Algiers
giers Algiers pulled up over an hour late at
the town of El-Guerrah. It took up a
single passenger, discharged none, and

They Had Literally Caught Him Nap Napping.
ping. Napping. presently thundered on westwards,
rocking and jarring over a road-bed
certainly no better than it should have
been. Such, at least, was the passen passenger's
ger's passenger's criticism, as, groaning in an anticipation
ticipation anticipation of the long night of discom discomfort
fort discomfort ahead of him. he disposed himself
and his belongings about the cushions
of the first-class compartment which
he occupied in solitary grandeur.
O'Rourke had no intention of leav leaving
ing leaving anything undone that might tend
to mitigate the terrors of the journey.
Five days had elapsed since that
morning in the oasis. In the interval
he had again dared the danger of the
desert, returning to Biskra alone by a
route more direct than that which had
brought him up with the flying col column.
umn. column. Discharging the guide with a

gratuity larger than his eDDlng means
warranted, he had .proceeded to El El-Guerrah
Guerrah El-Guerrah by the first dally. train, end
so now found himself on the direct
line of communication with Algiers
and the Governor-General.
His chiefest concern now lay with,
the future and the Pool of Flame;
both bulked large upon the horizon
and were at once the architects and

the nuclei of a thousand different
plans of action.
So far, the affair had worked
smoothly; he anticipated little trou trouble.
ble. trouble. So thinking he drowsed, and in the
course of time lulled by the hammer

ing of a fiat-wheel at the forward end
of the coach, fell asleep. He waken wakened
ed wakened suddenly after a nap of sorae two
hours or so, to a confusion, of Impres Impressions:
sions: Impressions: that the train had stopped;
that some one had invaded his com compartment;
partment; compartment; that a cold blast was blow blowing
ing blowing across his wTists. Bewildered and
not half master of his senses, he start started
ed started up and fell back with a thud, as assisted
sisted assisted to resume a recumbent position
by a heavy blow upon his chest, deliv delivered
ered delivered by some person for the moment
unknown. Simultaneously he was
aware of a clicking sound, followed by
the sensation of being unable to move
his feet; and then, the clouds clearing
from his understanding, he realized

that the cold upon his wrists was that
of steel. With handcuffs also on his
ankles, he lay helpless, unable even
to pretest because of a cloth wadded
tightly into his mouth and a firm hand
that prevented ejection.
Other hands were rifling his pock pockets,
ets, pockets, swiftly but after a bungling fash fashion.
ion. fashion. The train, having paused briefly

at Setif (he afterwards located the
station by conjecture), began to
move again, was presently In
full thundering flight. Abruptly the
examination of his person which
was so thorough that it Included
the opening of his shirt to as assure
sure assure the thieves that he carried noth nothing
ing nothing In the shape of a money-belt
was concluded and the adventurer
was roughly jerked into a sitting po position.
sition. position. At the same time his gag was
removed.
He gasped, blinked, coughed, and
rolled a resentful eye around the com compartment.
partment. compartment. "Be the powers!" he said
huskily; and no more. At first glance
it became apparent that he had mis miscalculated
calculated miscalculated the audacity and resource
of the vicomte and Mr. Glynn. They
had literally caught him napping.
The Honorable Bertie, O'Rourke dis discovered
covered discovered kneeling in the act of turning
the adventurer's traveling gear Inside
out; at least, he seemed to be try trying
ing trying to do so. Monsieur le Vicomte
des Trebes on the contrary was seat seated
ed seated at ease, facing O'Rourke, a reyolver
on the cushion beside him, his ia
terest concentrated pot upon his cap captive,
tive, captive, upon his collaborator. O'Rourke
remarked an expression on the French Frenchman's
man's Frenchman's face, a curious compound of
eagerness, triumph and apprehension.
Without noting the Irishman's ejec-

ulatlon, he addressed Glynn: "Find
it?"
"No worse luck!" grumbled the)
Englishman, rising and kicking the
hand-bag savagely. "There Isn't so
much as a scrap of paper anywhere
about him."
The vicomte favored O'Rourke with
a vicious glance, muttering something
about a thousand devils. The Irish Irishman,
man, Irishman, quick to grasp the situation and
inwardly exulting, acknowledged Des
Trebes' attention with a winning
smile.
"Good evening," he said, and nodded
amiably.
"Oh, shut up!" snapped the Honor Honorable
able Honorable Bertie, unhandsomely. "Where's
that letter?"
O'Rourke chuckled. "Ye're a hard
loser, me bright young friend," he
commented. "I though Englishmen
always played the game as it laid."
Glynn grunted and flushed, shame shamefaced,
faced, shamefaced, but the Frenchman cut short
the retort on his lips by a curt repe repetition
tition repetition of Glynn's own question:
"Where's that letter, monsieur?"
O'Rourke glanced at him languidly,
yawned, and smiled an exasperating
strictly personal smile. Then sig significantly
nificantly significantly he clinked the handcuffs un until
til until they rang on wrist and ankle.
"Answer me!" snarled the vicomte,
picking up his revolver.
"Divvle a word," observed O'Rourke,
"will ye get from me if ye shoot me
dead, monsieur le vicomte. Put down
your pistol and be sensible."
Des Trebes' face darkened, euf
fused with the blood of his rage. Yet
the man asserted that admirable con control
trol control of self which he was able to em employ
ploy employ when it suited his purposes. Evi Evidently,
dently, Evidently, too, he recognized the cold
common-sense of the wanderer's re remark.
mark. remark. At all events he put aside the
weapon.
"Where's the letter?" he demanded
again, more pacifically.
Again O'Rourke yawned with mal malice
ice malice prepense, yawned deliberately and
exhaustively and dispassionately.
"Not a word," he volunteered at
length, "until ye loose me hands and
feet. Which," he added, "ye need not
hesitate to do, for I'll not strike back
unless ye crowd me."
The vicomte scowled darkly for a
moment, plainly dubious. Then prer
sumably upon the consideration that
he could trust O'Rourke's word and
that most assuredly he would learn
nothing from him until his request
was complied with, he growled an or order
der order to Glynn to unlock and remove
the handcuffs. The Englishman obey obeyed.
ed. obeyed. (Continued Monday)

A WOMAN'S APPEAL
To all knowing sufferers of rheuma rheumatism,
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banishes uric acid from the blood,
loosens the stiffened joints, purifies
tbe blood, and brightens the eyes, giv giving
ing giving elasticity and tone to the whole
system. If the above interests you, for
proof address Mrs. M. Summers, Box

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ALL DRUGGISTS

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida in
and for Marlon Count'. In Chan Chancery,
cery, Chancery, Louis Weihe Complainant vs. George
Howard et al Defendants Order
for Constructive Service.
It is ordered that the defendants
herein named, to-wit: George Howard.
John Black.hear, Judge Knight and
George Howard. Jr., be and are hereby
required to appear to the bill of com com-plant
plant com-plant filed in this cause on or before
Saturday, the 27th day of July, 1012
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order be published once a week
for eight consecutive weeks in the
Ocala tar, a newspaper published in
said county and state.
This 21st day of May, 1912.
S. T. Sistrunk.
Clerk Circuit Court Marlon Co. Fla.
By Don Pea body, I. C.
Hampton & Hall.
Complainant's Solicitor.

OTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TA.C
Deed Under Section S of Chapter
4N, La w m of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that Miss
Rachel Thrilling, purchaser of tax
certificate No. 404. dated the 2nd day
of July, A. D. 1S:4, has filed said cer certificate
tificate certificate in my office, and has made ap application
plication application for tax deed to issue in ac accordance
cordance accordance with law. Saia certificate
embraces the following described
property situated in Marion county.
Florida, to-wjt: HwVi of nwU section
22 township 14 rantre 21 east. The
said land being assessed at the date
of the issuance of such certificate in
the name of V. F. Cline. Unless said
certificate shall be redeemed accord according
ing according to law, tax deed will issue thereon
on the 2'Jth day of June, A. D. 1312.
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 27th dav of Mav, A. D.
It" 12. T. Sistrunk.
Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given to all credit creditors,
ors, creditors, legatees, distributees and all other
persons having claims and demands
against the estate of Albert K Barber,
deceased, to present sail claims duly
proven to the undersigned within one
year from the date of the first publica publication
tion publication of this notice, to-wit: January
30th, 1 tl 2. D. A. Smith,
As Administrator Estate of Albert L
Barber, Deceased.
Ocala, Florida, Jan. SO, 1312.

NOTICE OF ANNUAL RETURN.
Notice is hereby given that on the
25th day of June. A. D., 1J12. the un undersigned
dersigned undersigned will present his accounts and
vouchers to the Hon. Joseph Bell, judge
of probate court in and for Marion
county, Florida, at his office in the

court house in Ocala and will make his

annual return as such aruardian.
This the 7th dav of May, 1'j12.
P. H. Gillen.
As guardian of Henrietta DuebeL

ANNOUNCEMENT
Effective May 1st and Continuing Until November IbJ
Wtodlsoir EIM
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

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GEORGIA SOUTHERN & FLORIDA RY.

TUESDAY, JUXi: 11, 1912
Valdosta
Leave Palatka 5:20 a.m $2.D0
Lv. Palatka (Uunion Depot). 5:35 a. m 2.50
Leave Hampton 6:43 a, m 2.25
Leave Lake Duller 7:21 a. m 2.00
Leave Jacksonville 9:30 a. m 2.00

Macon
$4.00
4.50
4.50
4.50
4.00

Atlanta
$6.50
.50
6.50
6.00
6.00

The above excursion tickets are good returning on any train until and
including .Sunday night. June 16th. The train for Augusta leaves Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville at 7:10 a. m. and will arrive in Augusta at S p. m. Fare to Augusta
will be 3. Call on the nearest O. S. & F. Ticket Agent for tickets and full
information, or J. H. IiAFFTEKY, D i vision 'Passenger Agent, Thone 45,
16 Hoitan Street. Jacksonville, Florida.

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