The Ocala evening star


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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Physical Description:
v. : ; 61 cm.
Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date:
daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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University of Florida
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For All ci Q2 .C:
Thcus -Zachry Co.
VOL. 19.
NO. 21.
the FCjunruns xizn
I'arkrr Riertrd Irmavrirr Cbalrmai
Otrr Urn Hryao llrlievrtl to le
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(From the Star's Industrial Edition)

AN UNEASY FEELING in the stomach or
bowels, caused by indigestion or constipation, yields
quickly to
It removes all impurities or fermented food, cleanses and tones the
stomach and bowels and restores that fine feeling of exhilaration, mental
activity and cheerfulness that belongs only to perfect health.
Aik for ti Btnalne with the Bftd Z on the lahel. If you rannnt ret It remit to a, we will
tend hy mtil postpaid. Himmoni LWer Krcalator I pat up alio iu liquid form for tboae who prefer
it. frica, tl.00 per bottle. Look for the Ked Z label.


They are the kind that don't leak. Guaranteed absolutely water waterproof
proof waterproof ana will not crack or stick. We will cheerfully refund purchase
money or give a new coat for any coat not up to this guarantee. We
have a nice assortment of both riding and walking coats, fresh stock
and at moderate "prices. We are headquarters for storm aprons, cur curtains,
tains, curtains, canopies and buggy tops. There is no reason why you should not
protect yourself against the wet weather and prevent sickness and
doctor bills.

(Crystal River News)

W. W. Archibald, of Shelbyville.

Tenn., has returned home after spend spending
ing spending two weeks here on business.

The cedar mill has started up again.

after a two weeks' shut down on ac

count of It. G. Grier taking a joy ride
with all the funds. J. J. Williams Is

now superintendent and operations

J will continue as heretofore only on a

more sound-nasis.
Capt. E. P.. Richardson is
proved. lie was in Ocala
last week.

Ed Diebert -went to Ocala last week

on business, going one day and return

ng the next.

Renjamln Shiver is getting along

nicely The bone in his limb is knitting

but it will be some time before he will
be able to be out.

Mr. Miller and daughter of Ocala,

spent several- days last week at the

sceolu House.

much lm-

two days

Flfeclive June 9lh

icala Morttaere Railroad

will Bell round 1rin tickets from all points on its line at

one way rate, on Sunday only
Gen. Pass. Agent


Motorcycle Service
Phone 438
Walsh, The Tire Mae




Convention Hall. Baltimore. June 23.
At 12:16 p. m. yesterday the Jemn Jemn-rit;c
rit;c Jemn-rit;c national convention wa opened
rhen Cbilr'nan Norman E. Mackof
Me n.uional committee called the big

atht-ring to order.

Cardinal Gibbons offered prayer.
The ilo.irs of the armory were thrown
P-n at 10 o'clock, but It was not until

! 1 o'llock that the people began to

ile in in numbers.
A wealth of decoration in white an.?
-old and the national color. greeted
utlv .'trrivnls on the s--!i.' of the
emocratic national cunventiir,. Thou Thou-aniN
aniN Thou-aniN of yards of bunting bad irans irans-"or
"or irans-"or i.ed the huge brick-walled armory
nto a place of beauty. The crowd
-rime slowly In and" when the band be be-;an
;an be-;an to play at 11 o'clock the galleries
ind those places reserved for dis dis-inguihed
inguihed dis-inguihed guests held bot few per



rirNt Cheer for Wlliutn


Hall's Texas Wonder Will remove kid

ney and bladder troubles, rheumatism.

gravel, diabetes, neuralgia, weak and
lame backs. One bottle seldom falls to
cure. Write for testimonials. Dr. E.

W. Hall, 2926 Olive street, St. Louis.
Mo. Sold by all dealers.


Certificates for the unpaid city tax

for the year 1911 have been placed in
my hands for collection and every per

son who has not paid the tax on real
property within the city Is hereby no

tified to call at my office at once and

pay the same and thereby save trouble
and additional costs.

Carlos L. Sfstrunk,
City Attorney.


says a policeman to a street crowd, and

whacks head3 If It doesn't. "Move on

now. say the big, harsh mineral puis

to bowel congestion and suffering fol

lows. Dr. King's New Life Pills don't

bulldoze the bowels. They gently per

suade them to right action, and health

follows. 25c. at Tydings & Company.


Notice Is hereby given that the

Fioard of County Commissioners will
receive bids for one Gasoline or Oil

Traction Engine of 30 to 60 horse-power,
and 4 or more 3U to 4-yard capa capacity
city capacity all steel cars for road building.
Said bids to be opened at noon August
6. 1912. S. T. Slstrunk, Clerk.

Mrs. M. A. McLaughlin. 512 Jay St.,
LaCross, Wis., writes that she suffered
all kinds of pains in her back and hips
on account of kidney trouble and rheu rheumatism.
matism. rheumatism. "I got some of Foley Kidney
Pills and after taking them for a few
days there was a wonderful change in
my case, for the pain entirely left my
back and hips and I am thankful there
is such a medicine as Foley Kidney
Pills. For sale by the Anti-Monopoly

The first cheer to be raised was for
Wood row Wilson, when the big Texas

lelegation. carrying a Wilson hsnrer

swept onto the floor of the convention
llryaa Slipped In
All were looking for Colonel Bryan
to make his entrance by the main

aisle. It had been planned by his

friends to give him a great ovation.
Bryan forestalled this by slipping

quietly Into the auditorium by one of

the side entrances and was on the
platform some minutes without being


neKlnnlnR of the Straggle
Chairman Mack directed that the
names of candidates for the office of
temporary chairman be made ready
and announced. That of Judge Alton
B. Parker of New York was announc announced
ed announced as the selection of the national
committee, subject to ratification by
the convention. The announcement
was greeted by great cheering. In the
midst of It Colonel Bryan arose and
stepped to the front of the platform. A
thunderous burst of applause greeted
the smiling Nebraska!n and he threw
back his head as if In great enjoyment
of the familiar sights and sounds.
Directly he held up his hand, the old
Bryan signal for quiet. It soon came.

and In a clear voice he placed In nom

ination the name of Senator John W.
Kern of Indiana as candidate of the
progressive wing of the party for the

temporary chairmanship. The vote was

379 for Parker and 506 for Kern.

Ilrjan'w Shadow Looma l"p Itlsr

Six democrats, all of them big men

in the party, are avowed candidates
for the nomination. They are Governor

Woodrow Wilson of New Jersey,

Snpaker Chamn Clark or Missouri. Ren-

resentatlve Oscar W. Underwood of
Alabama. Governor Judson Harmon of
Ohio, Governor John Burke of North
Dakota, Governor Thomas Marshall of
Indiana. None of these men can hope
to receive the required two-thirds ma majority,
jority, majority, 728 votes, on the first ballot.
There is certain to be several ballots
before a choice Is made.
William Jennings Bryan has said
repeatedly that he is not a candidate,
yet he goes into the convention as sec second
ond second choice of more states than any
avowed candidate. He is the real
"dark horse" of the democratic con convention
vention convention of 1912. Since his arrival here
last Sunday he' has absolutely refused
to talk about his plans for the pres presidency
idency presidency except to say that he Is for a
progressive. There can be no doubt,
however, that he Is the central figure
here, just as Roosevelt was the central
figure at Chicago. There, however,
the analogy ends. There -Is no belief
that Bryan, even though outvoted,
would bolt his party.
I fa Any Mia'i Game
No candidate now prominent has a
surety of the nomination. Clark is

the strongest In the matter of dele

gates pledged, with Wilson next. There

are many who believe Gov. Thomas L.

Marshall of Indiana would be the
ideal compromise candidate should It

ne snown that none, or those now

prominently mentioned can be noml
Alwj Bryan'a Shadow

And there Is Bryan. It seems cer

tain, that while the

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(From the Star's Industrial Edition)


that the Missourian will gather In the
big block of votes Just as soon as It" is
seen that Gaynor can not be nominat nominated.
ed. nominated. Wilson men are numerous, and as
the New Jerseyman is from a neigh neighboring
boring neighboring -state he has some chance of
getting New York's vote should he
show sufficient strength after the first
few ballots to merit the distinction.

by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There 13 only one way to cure deaf deafness,
ness, deafness, and that ls by constitutional
remedies. Deafness Is caused by an
Inflamed condition of the mucous lin lining
ing lining of the eustachian tube. When this
tube is inflamed you have a rumbling
sound or -imperfect hearing, and when
it Is entirely closed, "deafness Is the re result,
sult, result, and unless the inflammation can
be taken out and this tube restored to
Its normal condition, hearing will be
destroyed forever; nine cases out of
ten are caused by catarrh, which is
nothing but in inflamed condition of
the mucous surfaces.

We will give one hundred dollars for

any case of deafness (caused by ca

tarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. Sold by
druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family

Pills for constipation.



A tract of 1257 acres of the choicest

Marlon county farming land. Several

hundred acres in cultivation, and near

ly all fenced. First class farm build buildings
ings buildings of all kinds. Good timber on por

tion 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

ble. If Interested, address Box 606,

Ocala, Fla.


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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 of Foley Kidney

Pills and they did me so much good

that I bought a bottle, and feel that

they saved me a big doctor's bill." For

sale by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.


Merchants Cafe, A. C. I depot cor-

ner. Meals a la carte and lunches at

any hour.

The awful list of injuries on

Nebraskan has I Fourth of July staggers humanity. Set

" (From the Star's Industrial Edition)


repeatedly said during tne campaign
that he is not a candidate for the

presidential nomination, he will re

ceive a scattering vote on the first
ballot, and there is every probability

that this vote will increase In size if

several ballots are taken without re
suit and without indication of Increas

ing strength on the part of Clark,
Wilson, Underwood, Harmon, Marshall

and Gaynor. There are many demo

crats nere wno are open in their ex expressed
pressed expressed belief that Bryan is likely to
be the nominee if he but takes hold in

The Vice Prealdeaey
Probable nominee for the vice pres

Mency are rather numerous and some

what shy. Clark Howell, the Atlanta

editor, former tJryanite. out now com-

mitteed to Underwood, is prominently
mentioned as a possibility. In the
event of Underwood's nomination, how

ever. It Is unlikely that he would be

considered. Governor DIx of New

York. Senator Kern of Indiana, who

wa Bryan's running mate in 1908

Governor Burke of North Dakota and
Governor Foss of Massachusetts. Gov

ernor Baldwin of Connecticut. and
thf-re is some talk of Governor Folk of
Murphy and Nevr York' Deleeatloa
Perhaps at no convention of the
democratic party has the hand of
Tammany Hall been as potent a.s In
this convention. Leader Charles F.
Murphy has a deal to do with the con control
trol control of New York's ninety votes. The

delegation is not committed to any
candidate, and just where the big
block of votes is to go is a mystery
to 99 per cent of the delegates to the
convention. It is generally believed
that Mayor W. J. Gaynor of New York
will be the beneficiary on the first
ballot, and if he shows more strength
than is generally expected, or if there
seems to be a chance to secure his
nomination on a later ballet, he will
continue to get it. There are some
who believe Champ Clark is second
choice with the New York bosses and

over against It, however, is the wonder

ful healing, by Bucklen's Arnica Salve.

of thousands, who suffered from burns.

cuts, bruises, bullet wounds or explo

slons. Its the quick healer of bolls, ul

cers, eczema, sore lips or piles. 25c at

Tydings & Company.




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The entire equipment of an auto at the
articles occur to you. They come here here-and
and here-and see them all and a lot more be besides.
sides. besides. You'll find here everything for
the car from the lamps In front to the
license tag In the back. If It's for an
auto it's here.

FllorMa Aunto Sales C

North of Government Bulldlna

O cola. Flo.





(From the Star's Industrial Edition)




. lWinplftfAWL

' B. R. Carroll, Ilnslnew aianager.

: J. H. Benjamin, Editor.

land said be had decided to accept his aikeV AXD SETMOra 1 KENWOOD

offer. Mr. 'Robinson, who greatly arp- GIVEN-THREE YEARS EACH

predates a fine dog. passed over tne I Progr of the Urelr Xe Tm

money, and tied tbe dog In his oince, ln tne circuit court yesterday.! tk iurd(r f Put-am

ifitAitdtii cr in brlner him to Oca that I -,... n..n i, n i I

ra 4uugi; seuiciiceu Aincii auu i
nicht. It ha d Dens that a mad dosrl

oam la lust now at the front In Tarn- L,,,l.i at m,t rr,., r.- -,-,, M credit of the "Kenwood Pioneers

ua, a number of rabid animals having to tJ VMPlt MMi th TM,n. let It be aid that our new and enter-

....... I IKII n,1n 1 ... jk

been killed in tne last two weens, air. 1 ten ari-. i""11 .- -w.v.

TtAhinMm was surprised and dismayed r--.i,i..i-- k sources a masrmnceni nana, ai pres-

- 1 1 1 v, Kiaiiij v 1

. .-o-f-- tn h told that the .wi- .w- eni mere are eigmeen msiramenis.

Entered In the postornce at w'r"" .... v. w v. I - via: Four cornets, one tuba, one bass.

Fla.. as second class mall matter. canine ne nau "ntllW i'V gl". the young men a trombone, tWQ aUos two clarlnets.

th man who old the L, .w I two piccolos, two sax horns, bass drum.

rnuies, . : P"" 4" worm us usnui I -,... ,t- t,o, hnr-a

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are triple-plated silver and have a i

,.iiiiV:-m-tA T have heen lostldog to him knew It. II r. Robinson at

w.m . 3m. tr I iro n ipi

In the shuffle. . : 'M- r: m ... CTPIES OF TIIE 5PECIAI' euixiu.- beautiful appearance. Each instru

" T v :V nltv there mnt be10 In. the hands of an enthus
Achilles nadley of Missouri-Is sulk- her dog c ate her. and It is a th" Those desiring copies of the big U I last, fully equipped with the neces

in In his tent. ; l nw -w -y lustrated special edition or tne star ,ary talent to manipulate the keys

- t' v-m 1 k v a Annj-' t f i w v 11111 1 ......

' leraieijr iuS Iran obtain same at tne star oiace or 1 i r ,- 1- v,

Every vote for Parker was really a liars to-ship a case of rabies into a tne -eW8Stands of the city at 10 cents future to be freQUently entertained by

vote for Roosevelt. ... ineignoormg cjix. a copy, three for 25 cents. In 100 lots the band.- Indeed, during practice

or more 5 cents per copy. I hours, manv of our citizens fullv an-

Is the democratic donkey getting 1 GEO. TV. DROWN I predate the music as now rendered

ready to make an ass ,01 nimsen 1 APPEAL FOR TIIE ORPHAN'S land judging by the progress made we
again? The death angel must have appeared I Jare forced to tne conclusion that most

la bright spirit Indeed to Oeorge At Arcaaj pi i3 located a home! of the members of our band have had

People who huy good land In Flor-Brown, the little popcorn man when. nPha children. The buildings previous experience. There Is nlenty

Ida' are homeseekers. People who buyljU8t ftt gunset last evening it came to comfortable, and the management of talent here and before many moons I

bad tana are nome iuter. 1 lead his waning soui xrom me "piu ., th t b desired. At present shall have passed there Is a probability

body to the land of everlasting rest. jth.PA flP- in the home seventy-three I of ten or twelve more Instruments be-

The watermelons have been shipped. I Brown has been among us quite a w , Teceivine- care and ing added. Professor LeMatty being

but the railroads keep busy hauling If ewyearsa hopeless cripple, but al- christian training. Good teachers are I instructor, the anticipated success Is

drummers. I ways at work as long as he was aDie 1 t k after their education, assured. The professor was born.!

to move, and winning many friends hy I th -hiMren become old enoutrh I nurtured and revels in the cradle of

If Tom Watson had gone to tne uai-itne Drave and cheerful spirit In .which th taught besides books things music, therefore in all things pertaln-

timore convention, we suppose neine bora his misfortune. Uvtoi-i-- t ranttcai. everv-dav life.lin? to harmony In connection with

would' have bolted when Cardinal Gty- Mr. Crown was a native 6f Massa- The ftPe trainei ln manual labor phonics the Indefatigable LeMatty Is
-bons offered prayer. V chusetts. His life history is a sad one. and farming; the girls receive thejn- au fait. Another; Hve wire in making
' " As a young man. he earned his living 8truction in domestic matters andthe possible the luxury of a bana fdt

The acid tnat prevails in iemvnias a contortionist, ana was a star per- are of home. This institution while I Kenwood is Mr. N. I Woods. It Is to!

thins the blood. .Thin Diooa causes 1 former In more than one circus, wnen under the management of the Baptist I Mr. Woods' persistence that the band

consumption. on 1 nana anypoajr aisieknes9 came to nim later in me, Pflm for ll children of was made possible at this early stage

lemon unless you have to. ; s took the 'strength from his supplel nr condition that are In the history of this town, and : in

limbs and left them hopelessly twisted I fnr aamXaainn islless than two weeks a nicturesaue and

Tom Marshall of Indiana Js a mighty and aimost helpless. tht-ol tn, fnnrteen vears. Manv substantial bandstand will be erected

One little man, and If the convention!. Years ago, Brown had a pretty wife aM .iht v9r9 old throTieh the same indomitable 'aeencv.

turns to him as a dark horse, he wlllana two lovely children. The children 1,aMa in ,n anvthin- toward self We) would suggest that Prof. LeMatty

Tun netter-than some of the light ones. I were among the victims of the awulheln I write up a lively tune entitled, "Woods'

1 luenerai ?siocum uisasier m me 1 The home has no endowment and no pvaitz to tne Bandstand. Lt the
Jim Flynn says he will whip JackrIver by New York, nine years ago. Ka -rJh,i band nraetlce it and when nerfect

Johnson or die. Jim may kill himself and the mother, broken-hearted, died a f aa wom-n of make it the marching tune to the park

trying to whip Jack. We don t think a 800n after In a hospital. L. T,la wna 81l??PBtP(1 hv in which the bandstand will be built

white man has any business trying to Mr, Brown came to Ocala some three L. ..... that certain towns. This In sheer gratitude to the man

whip a negro with his fists. lor four years ago. He was feeble and ., OBaftat,nn, arit individuals who has done so much to make life

almost helpless, but supported himself .v, nr i-atitn I seem worth livinsr to all who are in-I

Governor Folk of Missouri said ltleuin- popcorn and doing anything .M Th.v h,- terested In Kenwood and vicinity. The

would be suicidal for the convention eise he could. He had a bright mind, Lgked 0caia t0 take the month of July. New South Farm and Home Company
to elect Parker temporary chairman. was a good accountant, and but for has Generously donated several lots In

The convention Immediately suicided. hJa misfortune his services .would have T. Mek. Kl,olttoa citirt- the town's center for nark Durnoses.

. a 10 C s wva wvura -

but it hasnt caiiea tor a coroner yet. demanded high wages. haa,,oa thr ra hnB. trained ev- which being-, interpretated means a

About two years ago, he Joined the ... .i v I nlpasurs erronnd for all. Another live

Its understood its Underwood" Is Baptist church, under the ministry of I ,,,,. nr I wire Is Dr.' J. E. Osborne, postmaster.

. 1 kii 1 il ciun uu as viiuiiuaio vi vuuv-

the slogan or tne ueorgia aeiegauon ai Rev. H. E. Gabby, and from that time lcr,ptg and be an expense on the pharmacist and merchant. "Doc" Os

iue nimuuai, ucu.w.auv vU...t.."U... on was one oi me mui laimmi mem- hn nnliH. therefore it should an-1 oorne is surely a live one and lf .wel

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will muKe a kuvu uaiua vi ir nr

party if Underwood Is nominated.

tn huoinooc anrf natriotir- men. i must renaer juagment in accordance I

A few months ago, he became too T. ...... that ahonid -eceivethe with acts performed we should say

feeble to take care of himself any m.,i nMi.'i,!.. o- that the doctor is surcharged with

The annual baseball game between longer. His friends placed him in the K: Vu. .1.,.' "I magnetism.. He is a member of the

the democratic and republican mem-1 hosDltal and saw that he wanted forlz . I hand. 1 T a Ipvpo atclc and -nrmiTtdAd

bers of the House was played at the nothing, and day by day he peacefully v. n. of nain. He-visits the. needy and de-,

American League Park in Washington watched the current of his life ebb Into 'i -V "! lu livers edible to their hearts' content

,,, . .... rr ,. I . every urisiiitii mail aiiu nwimu wm
Saturday afternoon. The score stood eternity's sea. L k- o.-. and as agent for Uncle Sam's Dostofflce

21 to 20 In favor of the democrats. The funeral services will take nlace I"" . .. : :. hnrf m.Tit. .t k'ren r-oi-tii,,..

... , ... i wno saia. "insomuca as you nave uone i v ...
at 4 t clock this afternoon, at the R untQ tRe leagt Qf thege you have a scrupulously clean and up-to-date

The Star doesn't think Mr. Bryan Is) chapel of Mclver & MacKay, who are

done it unto Me."

office for receiving and distributing

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a canaiaaie lor me nommauon. in charge or the arrangements, inter- v, .. the mail. Another live wire is Mr.

If the convention, unable to make any ment will be In Evergreen cemetery. I . t. John Harrigan and though not a mem-

-via uaLUi uai va, vt ria, uiiuci 111c u

direction of the aewtn- circle of the er of the band lie at least materially

Satnrdnv iat Afro T T? T?oiater i. n..n. i t-w I aided to make the band a T6sTblMfv

Star -believes Mr. Bryan would make ti"'"7. I V "k" il,V r"v"a'V":"rj hir and fhronh rtli SnroAtf

hettee than h. .r made before. I i gooa, reaay-maae, secona-nana ,cniia,-'-!-"v- ---y

' I Nr a TTnrl Knrln era Iioa AT r a lirlataf I j i j. j .t. lion I fl I nP I IITl n we no not Knnw tnr

anf If lctd he would make a better I 0 I ren, s ciomes, ami, inueeu, wyiains 7 "i. f- . ;
ami ir eiectea ne wouia maxe a Detierih ,Hn,..iv 111 7p vpai d- , t. Mr. Harrle-art 1st noasessed of "much

resident than If he had won In l V" TJV.rr;: u"e4U. 111 yuur "wn w": r,:., AT.-.v t S)"::

' 1 u. iiu 11 1 r manv ir pnn nnnn inar snp i tu i -..-.-.. a 1 iu uaitai Laicuu tuts uu n.iiu w. xiuwpv-

1H0II or 1S0 . ,J 7 umiiMUi. uceieu aim t. .4- '.:, vi.j

.... - ... ... i 1 vur (npon 1 iv rrin r haaun -n n i n . . . m r 1 H r. inai iir exneriencen ions- nno vi.

- r- vi -1 : --e" ,..v. sena gins 10 me nome 01 Airs. iu. vsni
,-. n-- V strength. Mrl and Mrs. Register have I Hood, Fort King avenue. j ficient service In the Philippines'' as ar

other choice, turns to him. It sees no
reason why he should decline. The


Purity In politics was promoted at I a hostr of friends who will anxiously a enndtatrn- ,nmmitt. ..atfiarmy bfflcerrhdwhen we are not de-

Baltimore Monday when Col. James M. (await news of improvement In Mrs. 0f Messrs J D Robertson John MartinS entertained with music Mr. H. has

Guffey, leader of the Pennsylvania de- Register's condition. Times-Union. Itin W T Garv and W D ram will apparently an inexhaustible supply of

mocracy tor many years, was over-1 ana lessie iieglster. who was visit-1 ,0i0 .11 -trihirt-, irageay ana comeay to dispense in

thrown, when the Pennsylvania dele-ling Miss Edna Culverhouse In this I connection with his experiences in the

gation voted to. oust him from" the city, was called home on account ofl far east; yea. even of Borneo head-

democratic national committee and, her mother's condition.' The Ocala m.mi mw. hunters and ring-tailed monkles. There

elected In his stead Congressman A. I friends of the family join with others! TT . I are other live wires, especlallyj the

Mitchell Palmer.. a "progressive" mem- in wishing Mrs. Register a speedy,..."' V .B ,. members lftf the band to all of. hom

her of the nartv ' I vaaavopv u ,c1. 10,u- Xler iimiueu -...e Wft heartv cnno-ratnlatlnna fnr

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one bottle CllOlVfl DEER
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, Editor Frank Harris' many friends. Col. R. I Anderson, a prominent BV, "P1011 common weal
particularly in Ocala, Tegret that he member of the Ocala bar, was register- 1 v a Muscatine. Iowa. She Mrs Pred j

auu iter uusuauu K.n lit r iui lua

was not elected chairman of the Flor- ed at the Brown House yesterday.

Ida delegation to the national conven- I Gainesville Sun.

tlon. It Is very likely, however, that

we. extend hearty congratulation, for

was Maria Ella Morrison. She was thelr unceasing effort in behalf of the

Higgins. wife of our gen

ial and accommodating Fred, left for

about three ears ago. from Lincoln. Chicago on the. 18th. for a two months'

eo., ana nave since resiaea in Jiar- iit ,.- -,o.t,-

1 vfc.vw

auoui a year ui wmcn Tho onlv. dcV chicken P9n ;Kn

Mr. Harris, who has never been Driven I Pari nnPra cf TtoAAtn :vn. I Ion county.

I to putting hlmtedf forward, urged;that day ..night In Gainesville with' hl9 tIne they lived in Ocala. A husband of this, own Is a.deadmule .r 1 ap-

the honor e given to the governor. An cousin. Jos. F. DuPree. He is en route lr, "rv,ve ,,r-'-"e lieM pears. as thoughthe said animal had

attempt was made to apply the unit to Quitman, Ga., to deliver an automo- If s' "mPlon 01 aianei. a m heard LrqmChlcagpreceBtr, apd in
villa 4n tho .d lArn t lvn hut It fallad lhl. o. -1 - i.lF- J- Hampton, a prominent musician I ..Kalncr" lr!nlr. Ulm.

, v X .1 J, .v- sW- ave -W Ahe shos .Npw,.h4d,the
said "blessed are they that die In the LforesMd mule heen It 'c.-.

. .. ... .. I Lord from henceforth, vea. aalth theK. ... .7 IJV .. 7' I.

4rmy oince msue a. morougn i air. ana airs. McKenzle, airs. Brewer I ,. ; ' lumary muiisn sirenuosiiy, mere would

test of'the auto truck as a substitute and Miss Morgan of Standard are at r wurKS ao IOUOW not have been a demise. All that was

for the mule and wagon and the cap- I the Ocala House

tain In charge of the test reports: "The


Last Friday her son, Mr. C. N. Hamp-

automoblle demonstration has been It u aid that Ttnn-ir hi.- ton at Cartel, received a telegram

. such as to warrant the conclusion that by an African fly. Perhaps that's why J, u'ldm,u ieuinK 01 ine aeain 01
it is unwise and unsafe to supersede he has such an affinity for African rIs motherIwho with her husband naJ

army rtiules and wagons with the I delegates. Tampa Times.

trooDS bv anv other form of Incomn.

tlon." 1 People had better be careful how clde that she Bnderso a surgical op

been spending a couple of weeks there

with friends. While there it was de-

thev trv tn icicfc th a eration to remove a portion of her

-vv. Ulll UUll" V- t I

When the new road is built from the key around this year. The little fel- r.u" wn,cn naa Deen irapturea wnen a

Martel to the Dunnellon highways. Mr.llow smells the feed and he is racing 2 sreai bui-

Morris Robinson Is golne to construct for It Times-Union serins. me operation was performed

an avenue) of his own from the Toad I at 7 ft'lok Thursday morning. June
straight west .to the front gate of the New settlers 'in Florida should Te- 20tn and she Passed away at 6:30 that

Sunny Jim noultry farm. This farm 1st member that It rnntra onma ,11 evening, a post mortem examination

' . I ...w A I maA 1

worth a special trip, to see now. and and plenty of labor to make a success V 7 'e'"":si 01 ner

when "Sunny Jim" and his manager, in farming here as well as anywhere 1 snowea conaiuons mat were te-

finish all their Improvements It will be In the world. Times-Union. yona tne sum or any surgeon to cope

a first-class exhibit for everv farmer! Iwlth.

I r .

In the county to see. Kid McCov advocate- drinvin- tw ftne was a consistent Christian wo-

quarts of water a day to remove man or COIlsIaerable literary talent.

.The perennial nastlness of the Thaw I wrinkles. But It la face wrinki that navm contributed quite largely to a

case Is attain -abloom. Thaw la mak-tshow. TImea-TTnlon. numDer 01 papers and magazines artl-

ing his annual attemnt to be released : Cles Principally on religious subjects.

from the New York Insane asvlum. And I The new ladv'a watch which 1, at the t,me of hr death had a

as his mother's money seems to be cor- worn at the ankle will naturally hold I y reaay ror the publisher.

rupting tbe keepers, it would be best (its hands before its face in sheer

to let him go. His wife, Evelyn Nes- modesty. Tampa Tribune. J "OLD HOMESTEAD" IX

uiii maw, is irying 10 ODiain a Ol- I ; I TIIE MOirTtl

vorce.1 Kveiyn has a child, which, ac- Twelve million dollars' worth of

ordihe to the metronolltan 1. alneannta ar I- I -w rates 10 eariy Visitors. J. P.

beautiful kid 'about two. llerv vear tt i. th -oti-.i IJohnson, Hendersonvllle, N. C. Route 6

Thaw has been In jail four years. Thaw I Tampa Tribune.

1n the flrstv place, should have been

Fresh Shrimp, Crabs
Fresh, and Salt
Water Fish.
Best Merchant's
.Lunch for
35 cents
in the city.
... s
Any season's Delicacy
promptly served.
(eating's Cafe.
Chas. Rodoff, Proprietor

necessary being an extra dose of po political
litical political strabismus. Sure thing.

Mr. John W. Walker disposed of

ten acres of land last, week for $400.

Looks as though the prospect of, a

band was already affecting -janai
values. :

Warranty deeds are now being dis-

tributed to purchasers of, land from

the New South Farm & Home Company

at Kenwood.

On Wednesday evening, tne xstn, a
very sociable affair was -given at the

homebf'Mr. and Mrs. John Harflgan,
Che' Occasion being he. 33xd,v anniver anniversary
sary anniversary of :Mrs. Harrlgan's.JiataVaiy.'' It

was a ; merry party, that enjoy pa 1m-
nAM..W.iKv. tran-pmia Vi ACtnl t a 1 1 1 V t

1UC113C1 iMV 3v-e w
the h&st and hostess..! Jce cream cake
and other refreshments were served.

together with music galore. Mr. and
Mrs. Harrigan are pure, home-made

American citizens, sovereigns In their

own right, and royally did they acquit

themselves of this most pleasant entertainment.

President Bots of the Tutnam Handle

Manufacturing Company, returned
from ralatka on .the 19th, with a batch
of warranty deeds, indicating the pur purchase
chase purchase of several lots In Kenwood from

the New South Farm and Home Com

pany. v

Arc -You AcpaMs UiEi,

I have returned to the city and am
again In line to do, your wallpaper
hanging, painting and any kind of in

terior decorating or finishing for your

house. See me before letting your
contract- Isaac Simmons.



given a medal for killing White then

both Thaw and his wife should have
been drowned; and If several hundred
more of their 'set could have been
drowned at the same time, the moral

atmosphere would now -be cleaner.


Office over Munroe & Chambllss B'k,


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.


Tbe Great niood Partner aad Xerve

., for Rkenmatliim, Kidney and
madder Troubles Price 50c.

Dr. L.lyjBBstoii'a Dlapepel.e Powder,

for TndlseirtloD and Stomark Troa Troa-bles
bles Troa-bles Price SO Cent

. . ... . .

Ur. LdVlBKHIOB'H (jiOiaem V niarr- iiaun,

for Catarrh, of the Head, Hay
- Fever of Catarrhal Nature.
Price 50 Cents


! These Remedlea Cam Alwaya be Foaad

at the Conrt Pharmacy, pcala, Fla. ;

Mr. Alex Moorhead has been at

work this week Tunning the line by
which the people who own property

along the road that connects the Mar

tel and Dunnellon highways can" set

their fences back. This very conven

ient road Is to run from the Martel
. a, I .a. a. .

uiKnway, ai .pwmi kixjui a. quarter rfe 17 M T A CTlDrr nai
of a mile east of McDuJfle's, due south I W A Ij O U U U JL If IM

for a mile and three quarters to the
5 Dunnellon road near Strickland's
farm. This road Is Important by rea reason
son reason of the property along It, the value

of which It will at once greatly In

crease; Its convenience can be appre

ciated by everybody having business
on 'wheels In that busy territory; and
last and least It will add another to
the many good auto and carriage
dvlvae VArin1 4 earn aTVa a. aV

cial uses will be to enable people from DENTAL SURGEON

nouth of town comlnEr ta

from he Marlon County Fair to save Office Over Commercial Rank

a couple of miles when they have heavv I OCAIiA . FLORIDA

- v a

loads or want to go home In a hurrv

which Is the case with many at the! fflco Honrs. 8 to 12 a. m, 1 to B

Rexall Cold Tablets do the work. p 1501 46

Can give you the formula If you like.
25c the package at the Post Office

Drug Store.


Rooms 9, 10 and 11. Second Floor,

Holder Block.

Keep a smile on your face during

mis wet weatner by using Dikes f

Peroxide Cream at the Court Pharm


When I

FOR RENT A four room house, fur

OCALA. FliAvlnished; for rent all summer and prob

ably all next winter. Rent cheap to

right party. Apply 44 North Sanchex
street. 6-21-6t

end of -every day during the fair.

One day last week the official dog

catcher of Tampa played on Mr. Mor

ris E. Robinson Sunny Jim) a trick

that should cost him his official head.

and he should he prosecuted beside.

P. m. Phone 211.


ntnr Contractor and BuUder

what he considered a fair price. The
dog catcher,' however, wanted more
money and Mr. Robinson decided not
to buy. lAst Friday, to Mr. Robinson's
uurpTlse, the dog catcher came to him

Plans ana Mpeclflcations Furnished

Upon Reonest.
123 Sooth Third Street

WAXTED A Second-hard car. Must
be In first class condition. Four or ?
a ...

uve passenger, .-aaress, j. u. carter. I A

Belleview, Fla. 8-25-6t

A A VAf, Im ,A hb.m fl A m 1

supply of the bags. 25c the package.

Post Office Drug Store.

The Court Tharmacy Is on the Job.
Let them know your wants by tele

phone and then your trouble ends. I ?

Phone 284

I Always
With BUly
The best place in tbe city


from 6:00 to 7:30

There Is one medicine that every

family should be provided with and es

peclally during the summer months.

via: Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. It Is almost cer

tain to be needed. If costs Tut a quar

ter. Can you afford to be without It?

For sale by all dealers.

FOR RENT Flat of three rooms and

halL A good home for a small fam-1 J?

Ily of a fine suite of office rooms. A p- -tu-jw-X-M

ply for terms at Little's Shoe Parlor.

Whooping cough Is not dangerous DR. J. T. SHAW. VETERINARIAN

when the cough Is kept loose and ex
f rt, Aaav Tw or4? fYi o m Vns

laln s Cough Remedy. It has been used Graduate of the United States Col-

in many epidemics of this disease with

perfect success.- For sale by dealers.

. STRAYED From my place three
miles northeast of Oxford, one brown
mare. Any one giving Information will
confer a favor on me. Address,-John

Mitchelbe, Oxford. Fla.

lege of Veterinary Surjjeons,

eated at the Joaes Hoayltal oa Soatfc
Flnt Street We-t
All Calls Promptly Answered.

Ann Boston, a negro woman, who
stabbed and killed Mrs. R. E. Jordan,

wife of. a prominent -planter at Plne-

hurst, Oa., Monday afternoon, and who

later was taken from officers, at Cor

dele by a mob. was lynched .Tuesday.
The murder was Instigated by desire
for revenge, caused by a reprimand
that Mrs. Jordan gave the negress and
her husband for slack work. Monday

afternoon when Mr. Jordan left his

residence to ride over the plantation

the negress concealed herself by the

steps and when Mrs. Jordan emerged

later sprang upon her like an infuriat

ed tigress, wielding a sharp knife with

terrible effect. The negress killed Mrs.

Jordan instantly, nearly severing her

head ;from her body.

The woman of today wno has good

health, good temper, good sense, bright

eyes and a lovely complexion the re

suit -of correct living and good diges digestion,
tion, digestion, "wins the admiration of the world.
If your digestion IV faulty" Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets will

correct ft- For sale by all dealers.

Iili B
$&zA U$W& & fete &gft-s r--

e "."


ft. ., t


is here once more and. clean

liness in the home and above all
in the places where Food Stuffs
are prepared for Market or placed
on sale is imperative. ;'"' y;..-
; .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

' well as our own. we have begun war on MADAM
FLY. Our store has been screened all around and
with. the.fight that we make against them "during
the week and on Sunday, we-can see a great difler difler-ence.
ence. difler-ence. On Sundays we put bur poison fly paper and
it kills every fly that comes in' contact with it. If
everybody would kill as many flies as we do" it
strikes us that they could be kept down. ;

'',..-..-..,.., t j
: PHONES 10 ancl 174

F. E. j McCL ANE, M. D.
Specialist in Clinic Diseases

Specialist in Diseases of Eye. ; Ear.
NTose, Throat and Lungs


Ccda, Flcriia

Office, 35
Dr. McdaneTs Residence. 407.
Dr. "Stewart's Residence.' 52.


Suite 1 to 1 Holder Block, Bouthweat
Corner of Public Equate

Xetet Calla Hade y uperlal r'-t- 1 c,,t lTHT CZzlt
afirr 7 y. etch dir..

ocala mnmna stab, wsdsesday, juxe as, 191s


Tltoe ComnunnieFcSall IBamlk

w r n ut u AniiiMriiArn 1

urn awm

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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. '".

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

' seads Its business is governed with conservatism. Speculation plays no
part in its conduct. It fosters and encourages home enterprises, all of which
make for soundness and satisfactory bank service.

Following are just a Few oL the Thousands of
Articles Carried In oar Great Ftirnlture, Hardware,
House Furnishing and General Supply St r e. Come
In and look the stock over, you will Ilnd many
things yoti want.
For the Office
Itoll and Flat Top Desks, Typewriter Desks, Stenographer's
Desks, Office Chairs, Stools. Sofas, Etc
For the Dining Room
Handsome Round or Square Extension Tables, Dining Chairs,
IEurs, Sideboards and Chiffoniers, Bouffets, China Closets, China
Dinner Sets, Lamps, Fine Table Linen, Etc.
Parlor Furniture
"Handsome Mahogany, Oak, Willow or Mission Chairs, Straight
Backed or Rockers, Tables, Sofas, Lamps, Rugs and Carpets, Pic Pictures.
tures. Pictures.
' ''V :
Bedroom Furniture
Beautiful Dressers and Wash Stands in Golden Oak, Birdseye
Maple or Mahogany. Beautiful Iron and Brass Beds in over Fifty
Different Varieties and Prices. Rugs and Mattings, Chiffoniers and
Wardrobes, Toilet Sets, Blankets, Comforts and Linens.
For The Pantry and Kitchen
Handsome Refrigerators and Ice Chests in Several Different
Makes and Styles and any Size or Price Desired. Stoves and Ranges
In Either Wood or Oil Burners. Kitchen Cabinets and Tables.
Hardware Department
Anything Desired in Silverware for the Table, Cutlery and
SIssors in oor Hardware Department; Shotguns, Rifles and Ammu Ammunition;
nition; Ammunition; Fire Sets, Screens and Irons, Etc.
Carriage and Harness Dept
.j Buggies, Carriages and Wagons for all Purposes, Harness, Sad Sad-Domestic
Domestic Sad-Domestic and Imported, Art Squares, Mattings, Etc., In the Coutnry.
dies. Lap Robes, Whips and Everything for the Horse or Vehicle.
PHONE 47 North Magnolia St. OCALA, FLA.

Moose meet tomorrow evening.

School books at the Ocala News Co.

Mrs. Annie
town today.

Martin of Eastlake was

Dr. A. L. Blaloelc, phyI-laa, afSee
phoM 132.

Mrs. J. Q. Spurlin
was in town today.

of Lake Weir

The latest In powder puffs. Just in,
at the Court Pharmacy.

Mr. I M. Murray
Cove Springs today.

went to Green

The Ocala News Company has school
books ln'stoek.

The grand jury is in session today,
considering the case of J. W. Fort.

M. C. Mcintosh and S. I Ruff of Tal Tallahassee
lahassee Tallahassee are at the Ocala House.

FOR RENT Offices In Holder build building.
ing. building. Apply to Davis & Martin.

Mr. J. A. Grumbles of Dunnellon is
at the Ocala House.

Pleasant furnished rooms for light light-housekeeping.
housekeeping. light-housekeeping. 66 Oklawaha avenue. 5 IS

Capt. A. G. Elgelow of Rockwell was
In the city yesterday.

Miss Florence Walters, who has been
quite sick, is able to be out again.

A new supply of hair brushes just in
at the Court Pharmacy. We invite
your inspection before you buy.

The Boy Scouts will meet at the Air

Dome every Tuesday afternoon at 4


Cuticle and Manicure scissors, the

best that's made, at the Court Pharmacy.

There will be no band concert this
week. Too many members were on
the sick list for practice last night.

WANTED A position as steno stenographer
grapher stenographer and typewriter. Address No.
4 South 4th street.

Is It stationery you want? Then go
to the Court Pharmacy, for they have

Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Giles, the pleas pleasant
ant pleasant Royal Standard typewriter people,
left this morning for New York.



Tonight the prizes at the Air Dome

will be a pound box of Norrls candy

from the Court Pharmacy, and two
dollars in two prizes. There was a
large crowd oat last night and every everyone
one everyone enjoyed the pictures and the prize
contest. A great deal of Interest is be being
ing being taken in the contest for the VIc VIc-trola
trola VIc-trola to be given away by A. M. Lans Lans-ford
ford Lans-ford Saturday night.
Following is the program for to tonight:
night: tonight: "Broncho Bill's Adventure." Comle.
"From Pity to Love. Love ctory.
"Stage-Struck Lizzie." Comedy.




At the meeting of Tulula Lodge last
night the following officers were elect elected
ed elected to serve for the six months follow following
ing following July 1st:
Noble Grand A. M. Lansford.
Vice Grand R. V. Hendricks.
Secretary W. I Colbert.
Treasurer J. H. Benjamin.
Mr. A. Slott was given the second
degree." He found the road from
Jerusalem to Jericho rather rough in
places, but arrived safely, and like all
good Odd Fellows did not regret the
All present were pleased with the
good work of the degree team. This
team, tho pressed for time for prac practice,
tice, practice, Is making a fine showing.
After the business meeting, refresh refreshments
ments refreshments were served and a social hour
was passed discussing them and other
interesting matters.
Tulula Lodge is a solid Institution,
and it is an honor and an advantage to
belong to it.

The Messrs. Carmlchael A Son Com Company
pany Company has added another very valuable
piece of Ocala property to its many
realty holdings in city and county. Re Recently
cently Recently they purchased the entire prop property
erty property of the Braselton and Benjamin
interests, including the site of the
burned, ice factory, which is one of the
best located and most valuable man manufacturing
ufacturing manufacturing sites In the city and is
equally as valuable for a wholesale
establishment of any kind. This large
lot Is located in the corner made by
the crossing of the main lines of the
Seaboard and Coast Line Railways. In
addition to this lot, there are half a

dozen cottages on the property, with

much ground, and out on the Kendrick
hard road a short distance Is eighty
acres of good land, facing the road.

The Messrs. Carmichael bought the

property as an investment and will

make no other disposition of it for the



The rifle team of the Ocala Rifles
Sergeant Leland Smoak and Privates
E. P. Majtin, John Dean, J. I. Smith
and Eugene Booher returned from
Black Point yesterday afternoon. The
boys had no practice whatever; never never-the
the never-the less they made a creditable score
of 199 in a possible 375.
The Taliaferro trophy was won by
the DeFuniak squad, which has already
held it for two years.


At Las Vegas, N. M., July 4, Jim
Flynn will ffght Jack Johnson for the
world's championship.
At the Temple Theater Thursday af afternoon,
ternoon, afternoon, July 4, Oscar W. Stuckey will
spar with Schenck, and to Ocala peo people
ple people it will be the biggest scrap of the


Miss Flora Maddox, one of Rhein Rhein-auer's
auer's Rhein-auer's clever young lady clerks, is on
the sick list today.

Rev. and .Mrs. Campbell Gray and
children returned home today from
their visit to Tennessee.

You can save money by purchasing

second-hand and rebound -books at thel

Ocala News Co.

Miss Hester Dewey, who has been 111
with fever for several weeks. Is able
to be out and to tak,e short rides.

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

range, used about two months.


Miss Beatrice and Master George

Williams went to Lake Weir yester


Merchants' Cafe, A. C. L. depot cor corner.
ner. corner. Meals a la carte and lunches at
any hour.

Miss Lucy Jarman. a classmate of

Miss Clifford Pyles at Brenau College,
who has been the attractive guest of
Miss Pyles for the past three weeks,
will leave Thursady for Fort Meade to
visit friends for a week, after which
she will return to her home In North

Wanted, a girl, fifteen to eighteen

years old, to learn the drygoods busi business.
ness. business. Apply to M. FIshel & Son.

Mr. Walter McCredie has gone to

Tampa, to take a position in that


Mr.. John R. Martin has bought a

new Cadillac automobile from Mr. W.

R. Brewer of Romeo.

Last evening a short distance out

from Belleview, Messrs. Walker and

Will Jarman. who were driving a

Regal car, came near having a serious

accident. The carburetor became
choked with water. The young men

drained out the water and in doing so

spilled some gasolene on the road. Be

fore starting they struck a match to
light the lamps on the car. and in
some way the blaze reached the gaso

lene on the ground, and in a minute

the car was In flames. With great
presence of mind they dashed sand on

the blazing machine and extinguish!'
the flames, but the car had to be "pull
ed in" to the garage for repairs.

Messrs. Carlisle Izlar. Pat Anderson,

Wiley Burford and other members of

the house party at North Lake Weir,

returned to the lake yesterday after

FOR SALE One team of horses and

wagon. Apply to the Woodmar Sand

& Stone Company.

Mr. Z. C. Chambliss went to Wood-

mar this afternoon to spend the night

with Mr. L. R. Chazal.

Mrs. W. W. Avera of Gainesville aft

er a pleasant visit to her sister, Mrs.

R. L, Lang, returned home today.

Mr. Edward Tucker returned yester

day from Daytona, where he took Mr.

R. S. Hall's Cadillac car for the use ot

the family during their stay there.

Dr. Harry Walters, who has been 111
with pneumonia for the past two

weeks, is able to be out on the ver



"A Man Worth While." Whom

would you select to marry If you came
into a large fortune? This question
troubled Ann for a long while, until
she devised a novel plan to find a good
one. See how she did it.

"A Christian Slave." Showing how a

beautiful maiden Is saved from the

vllliany of an Arab chief.

"The New Constable." A reel of

merriment and laughter from beginn

ing to end.


Yesterday afternoon a merry crowd

left the city about 6 o'clock in autos
for North Lake Weir, where a picnic

supper, moonlight bathing and boat

ing was" enjoyed. The party was
chaperoned by Capt. and Mrs. S. R.

Pyles and those enjoying this delight

ful evening on Lake Weir were:

Capt. and Mrs. Pyles. Mrs. Belle

Dean, Mrs. C. N. Kirkland. Misses
Lucy Jarman. Ophelia Sawtelle. Mil

dred, Catherine and Clifford Pyles,
Rosebud Robinson. Marguerite Porter.

Messrs. O. B. Howse, G. J. Blitch, J. J.
Pyles. B. N. Dosh, Sam Pyles, Henry

Groves, -Julius Brown and Messrs. Jar

man and Walker.

The party reached home at 12

o'clock, tired, but vowing the evening
one of the most enjoyable of 'their



Five rooms and bath. Large, shady

yard with poultry houses and yards.

Possession given by July 1st. Apply

Cottage," care Star office.


as ml! as casb fcavc to tz ccrcly c!n!:J Co pre prevent
vent prevent lieir ctUz3 lest cr s!:!.
like cars are lie csly reel szlz piece fcr vc:ct:r5. Czr
"Scie Deposit VcnIJs" are rceny cztzz Izt ycr prlvc! J
papers, ycr casX Icrcelry aa VJvcrucrc. IV czly a
ccslaal cfcarc we make fcr a year's rental. Cczrs la
zzi examine ten cd ct particulars.
: i ' H. D. 8T0KE9r Cashier. J



Some surreptitious party has will

fully gone Into the surrounding coun

try and torn from trees, etc., circu

lars advertising G. A. Nash's sale. The

head line of said circular was "The
Time Has Come." The party who de destroyed
stroyed destroyed circulars on the Orange ave-'

nue road last Saturday was a man
about 5 feet 5 inches in height, dark

complexion, wearing light hat, and

driving bay horse to top buggy.

I will pay $50 reward for evidence

sufficient for conviction of said party
or parties. G. A. Nash, Ocala.

should be not only
elegant but everlasting. Good looking silver,
ware 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 v stock of the 4
latest designs in beautiful silverware.

THE JEWlIffl .:

is m


The Ocala News Co., G. W. Martin,

proprietor, has a large supply of coun

ty schools books on hand.

AT" FMffi

Some people talk to themselves.

At the same time, make the Beautiful Ocklawaha River

either because they have great minds. Trip, one 0f the most beautiful, WCttd aild pictlirCgqUG trips

in the United States. Hundreds of the Marion County
People do not realize what they have missed, v Do not neg neglect
lect neglect the pleasure any longer.. Vj -.7liiyh- ?

or because they are lonesome or be

cause they are such bores they can in induce
duce induce no one else to listen to them. A
friend of ours who talks to himself
for one of these reasons found himself
in trouble yesterday. Walking along
the street, and thinking of something

ne naa aone, overaone or unaeraone.i r .

he remarked quite audibly, "Dam- will leave bilver springs at o:3U a. m. July oTa, ior raiauca.
with1 a iS'teU There will be ample accomodations aboard for all, shade
just then and took the remark to him- an(j shelter, and special accomodations and attention for
self. It required much explanation 1
and some diplomacy to keep our friend the ladies and children. Klegant meals served on board,

uui ui -a iiKii l. I . t i d mm v a-iAvm Will nmtKirx

including in me iarc, wuiuu is j,uu ruu io& uuuhu

Somebody, told Ed Tucker about

Apollo and his charion of the sun. Ed I

doesn't think much of Apollo, because Rnnt. arrives at D. HI.. SDendS the msht BHQ. all QAV

of the Fourth in Palatka. Leaving Palatka on the return

Messrs. Claude Haycraft and Arthur .. n u wt: 4V.

Davies have bought out the business U-IP at O U. m. mc ruuiiu, ai4.AVAu& iu uwiui vn

of Mr. Joseph H. Walsh, who has been Wol a lrn nf R'SO n. Tn. whfiTft the IllCrht Will bfi BDeilt: lefLVhlflr

rnairinjr and Pllinsr auto and htcvol r- : -0 K

iu uer uuiiie in oavauuau. airs, rtrui- i I . . Oil O 1 j r
strong was accompanied by her sister, tIres and supplying vulcanized rubber there at 8 a. Hi. the 5th, amVing at OllVCr bpHIlgS at Q p. m.

Master Bryant McCoy of Summerfleld
is visiting his friend, Lyell Gardner,
whose father is manager of the coun county
ty county Infirmary.

he didn't drive a Maxwell.

Mrs. G. P. Armstrong has returned

to her home in Savannah. Mrs. Arm-

Miss Leta Camp, who
summer with her.

will spend the

Mrs. Paul C. Davis passed through

town today on her way from Tampa to
North Dakota, where she will remain

with her mother until winter.

Ocala society is divided into the fol following
lowing following grades: The oldest set, the
old set, the society set. the young set,
the younger set and the trundlebed
tribe. It sometimes takes an opto-

metrical expert to find a division line.

but it is always there.

Judge Bell has issued marriage li

censes to Henry G. Hopson and

Prances Ganoe. to Newton A. Noble

The way yon finish a fob makes an awful big difference in
its value. This applies to a house as much as anything else.

Durable builders' hardware, the best glass, most suitable paint,

even the glue and nails and the way you fix the doors and the Reggis Mccuiiy.
mm mm 1 J M 1 it I

sashes makes ail me uiiierence oeiween a wen uuue ana lasting The remains of Mrs. Annie k. Da-

. . t -1, mr m.1r. n aaiiIa Inniih t vau lv,s- who died at Burbank Friday, were

I0D anO a pieCC OI WUI 1UH tuaj uaac ytuyit lauyu at jvu. laid to fest in Evergreen cemetery

Choose all your materials with care-get them from a stock eirXS-S!

in, nnrcn tnrk ihal has been bonanl lor iOU because we n attended. Rev. d. Bottoiaccio or

iinv - I ,i

. i ilLiaicn.

know what a wen iinisnea jod means.

Mrs. W. V. Weathers and Mrs. Roy

George passed thru town today from

York, on the way to Leesburg, to visit

heir father. Captain Harrison. Mr.

Weathers accompanied them to0cala.

Mrs. Jessie Haycraft goes to Inver

ness tomorrow, to Join her daughter.!

Miss Ethel, on a visit to Mrs. Single


IVIaiiPtoini MaiPdlwaiiP2 (Co.

Funeral Directors
Undertakers and Embalmers
Fine Caskets and Buna! Robes
Funeral. DIreetor.
All Work Dote by License! Em Embalmers
balmers Embalmers and Full Guaranteed.
Phones: D. E. Mclver, 104; C. V. Rob Roberts.
erts. Roberts. 305; Undertaking Office. 47.

school in

Schreiber Is home
Pennsylvania for the



Mr, and Mrs, Paul Durand have re

turned from Fort Myers and are again
at their home on North Second street,
east. Mr. Durand has resumed his old
position with the Ocala Plumbing and

I Electric Company. Their many friends

are glad to have them home again.

The VIctrola to be given away at the j

Air Dome next Saturday night is now
on display la Mr. A. M. Lansford's

window. See it.


Accurate Building Plans. Blue Prlntt
tnd Specifications made. Lands Sur Surveyed
veyed Surveyed and Platted. Close Estimates
fiade on Erection of Buildings of any
tharaeter by contract or on comrols
lion basis. rite or consult me at
JfertavfMt Coraer Oeala Uraec Bleek

Mr. Raymond Kay of Jacksonville Is

In the city, the guest of his sister, Mrs

R. C. Muncaster.


Plain and fancy sewing done with

neatness and satisfaction. Apply to

Mrs. W. & Miller. 52 South Watula.

Phone 445.

Mr. Nathan Peyser is home from

New York. "Natle" Is a popular boy

and his friends are glad to see him.

Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Woodrow
daughter. Miss Blair, came up
the lake this morning.

Mrs. D. W. Tompkins and daughter.
Miss Irene, went to Micanopy this
morning. Mrs. Tompkins will return
this evening, but Miss Irene will re

main some time, visiting her aunts.

Mrs. Odell and Mrs. Tarver.

Large Bucket Cottolene fLSO
Medium Bucket Cottolene 50
Three packages Jello and Ice Cream

Powder 25e

Three Packages Lipton's Jelly Tab

let ..23e

Three Packages Sunbeam Corn

Flakes 22e

Three Cans 5c. Gold Evaporated Milk

for 10

Three Cans Dutch Cleanser 25

Three Cans Van Camp's Hominy.. 25

and I No. 3 Size Tomatoes, per can 12

from 1 Best Creamery Butter, per pound.. 35

Three Pounds Tub Butter fl-OO

lSH pounds Granulated Sugar for.fl.00
14 pounds Whole Grain Rice tor.. 91 AO
Five gallons oil r...0
One package Hecker's Oat Meal.. 10
Star Hams, per pound 1TV4

Full Cream Cheese, per pound 20

. Alma Zada Face Powder Is the beat
we have to offer at 50c the box. The

Post Office Drug Stores.



ttllU MUUHfU gUUUS 111 i BUUp Oil VMd f ,t J '.f i 1. 1 - 1

i riiu a i i ifn w mrm wv rfi rtii nnn rfi wm wa m s u n titi tt tn i i u i wm m iv i rr

wana avenue, across from the north I ALltJ Vyuaia uuuu wm mo kju. uvaiu u.uu. duuuij uivuk

wing of the Ocala House, for several Li,Alwn' T;Uo4q nan Ha nnn-rifiKPH nt fliA Hffylrt Urkr"

months. Mr. Walsh built up a good 1
trade, and Messrs. Haycraft and Davies Ag for WHblir ClCVCland who Will SUpplj ;any Other
I will carry it on. They are clever and m
reliable young men, and deserve good information desired. TlCKetS milBt be eCCUred before mom-

patronage. s I j rr i... XT. ..nMtil1:nf.

ing OI ortl. 1UK6 nit? i.i ly. uaic, iiu nuiijf, cvctjuuu
provided; three days of rest and recreation and the prettiest

trip in the south for $5.

Mr. R. E. Yonge returned yesterday

from the bedside of his sick son in

Jacksonville. He says Rossie had suf

fered much, but was resting easily

when he left.

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New Hotel Astor


FOR RENT The Bell residence. 198

East Adams street; two-story, seven 1

rooms and bath. Apply to Joseph Bell.


Mr. W. E. Bradley, the skilled

lightning slinger, who has been help

ing in the Western Union office dur

ing the watermelon Tush, leaves to

morrow for Memphis. If "Buck" was

in China. Charlie Sage would send
for him when the watermelon season


For everyday have our

Supply your table; the best of prime
cuts and best selected poultry the

quality you want and always at low lowest
est lowest of market prices.

Tou buy right when you phone us I

the order try us now. Phone 108.

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Corner Day and Eecra
Jacksonville, ; Hsrfia
HATES: $l cd II?
Hot and Cold Running Water and
Telephone In Each Room. Free Baths.
Take Street Car at Union Station and
Oet off at Hogan Street. ?

The missionary society, will meet at

the Baptist church Thursday afternoon

at 4 o'clock. All members of the
church are requested to be present as
there will be Important business to be

attended to.

Mr. and Mrs. W. M. King left this

morning for Gainesville, where they

will make their home. Mr. King is

the Penn-Mutual's hustling agent. He

and his wife have lived here several

years and their friends will miss them.

Capt- Tom Eridges have a fine, new
car, a five-passenger. 25-hp. Maxwell.
Its so pretty, the captain won't run It

tn the rain.

Following are the meteorological
conditions that prevailed during the
twenty-four hours op to sunset yester

Cloudy: southwest wind.
Minimum temperature, 71 degrees.
Maximum temperature, 85 degrees.
Average. 1Z degrees.
Rainfall. .23.

Local rains tonight or Thursday ex

cept fair northwest portion.

The Ladies' Home and Foreign Mis

sionary Society of the Presbyterian

I church will meet at the manse at 4:30

p. m. Thursday. All the members of

the society are earnestly requested to

be present.

We take pride In our prescription

department and it is our earnest desire

to give you Just what your doctor! load.

wants you to have. In the purest and

freshest drugs obtainable, vend or

phone the Court Pharmacy.

Rev. J.'B. ly, .was going to Brooks-

ville this morning, but missed Sunny

We can supply you witn pure ice tor j Jim by 200 yards. He will arise earlier

ii nnmno. whrtir vonr Teaalre-1 next time.

ments are for home use or for a car-

Place your orders with us.


When. In Jacksonville stop with Mrs.

E, I Maldhey. at the Glrard. No. 11

East Duval street. Just off Main. Bes

,75c. room in tb.o city. -"


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(By Louis Joseph Vance)
ne beard a quick rustle of skirts

and the woman's hand closed over his,
pressing into his palm the weapon he

had desired. As promptly, without

further words, she turned to Quick.

The adventurer deliberated briefly,

while she bent over the captain, mak making
ing making a hurried examination. "lie la
badly wounded," O'Rourke heard her

say, as he arrived at his decision, "but

not dead."

Praise God for that! ... I

must ask ye, madam, to back me up.
It is necessary to clear the decks. Are
ye ready V He saw, out of the tall

of, his eye, that she had sprung to her

feet "Now, ye curs," he thundered,
with a menacing pistol in either hand,

get forward, the lot of ye. Mov.e, ye


They went expeditiously, crowding

between the deck-house and the rail,

huddling together as if for mutual pro protection.
tection. protection. The serang was the last to
move, and went reluctantly, or seemed


Yet that was no time to Judge him

for a minor fault. O'Rourke herded

the pack before him, watched them
scramble down the ladder to the fore fore-deck,
deck, fore-deck, then backed to the spot where

the woman stood abore the captain.

Ills arm was paining him somewhat,

y r j j I such wounds produce, and he thrust

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Material and Workmanship.
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' Commercial Bank Building, Ocala, Fla.
The only spccailized Business College in Central Florida

$35.00 lor Hie scholarship, Commercial or Sinography course

$25.00 lor fifteen weeks vacalion course.
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1 Wicker Parlor Set, 6 pieces, good condition, only . .
1 6-hoIe Steel Range, with reservoir, good condition
1 Home-Made Desk and Book Case, glass doors, only
1 Second Hand Organ. $17. Another for only ... I .
1 Phonograph, and 6 Records, only.
1 used Graphophone and 5 Record, Bargain at only

1 used Graphophone ana s Kecoras, very cneap at
Lot of. used Records, some good as new, at. 20c,

Graohonhone Needles, sort tone, 200 for

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' Effective May -1st and Continuing Until November 1st
, !5nmi(ffls(D)ir IHdDtlel
v v Jacksonville, Florida
EUROPILN PLAN (Exclusively)
;;:';-,Fiiiefii Cafe in the State in Connection
Rooms Withbut Bath, $1.00 per Day and Up
; Ilooms With Bath $2.00 per Day and Up
-ri' WHiSON; Proprietor and Manager

one revolver into his pocket, clasping
a hand above the hurt.
In a flash realization of his loss
came to him ; he clutched the rail with
a cry. The Pool of Flame, his sacred
trust, was gone! HIa eyes searched
the deck wildly, but found no trace of
the round leather bag with. Its preci precious
ous precious burden. Despair gripped his heart
In a clutch of Ice, and for a space the
chip reeled about him. ...
He found himself gazing blankly in into
to into the woman's solicitous eyes. "What
Is it? What is it?" he heard her voice

repeating breathlessly. He knew that j

his own Hps moved for some seconds
without sound as he strove to answer

her. The words, when they came.

should have been quite unintelligible

to her; he realized this almost as soon

as he had uttered them: "The Pool

of Flame!"

Then he stumbled forward, crying

aloud for the serang. Half-way to the

adder he halted; that individual's

head and shoulders were lifting above

the level of the deck. O'Rourke cov

ered him and called him aft as he
again retreated to the scene of the

Had he been in a condition to think

coherently, he might have acted more
prudently. But maddened, he was

able to grasp but one fact; that the
Pool of Flame was gone and must be

recovered at whatever hazard.

The lascar came with what might

have seemed suspicious alacrity, con

sidering the fact that he was coerced,
that O'Rourke held him at the pistol's

point. Gaunt and sombre in the
moonlight, moving noiselessly In his

bare feet, head up and arms swinging

limp, he advanced without a pause un until
til until about six feet from the Irishman;

at which distance O'Rourke, collect

ing his wits, found voice enough to bid

the fellow, "Stopl"

ine serang naitea, impassive, un


'The sahib has called," he said in

an even voice. "I am come. What is

the sahib's will with me?"

His words, together with his half-

Indolent, half-defiant, wholly contemp

tuous bearing, supplied the one thing

needful to restore to the adventurer

his self-control. O'Rourke drew him

self up, master of self once more, and

looked the lascar In the eye.

"You stand," he said slowly, choos

ing his words, "on the edge of the

grave. Do you comprehend that,

"Aye. sahibl"

"I have called ye, then to demand

back that which la mine, the leather
bag which ye stole when ye slew your

brother, pretending falsely It was he

who had slain the captain. I counsel

ye, speak truth and render back to

me that which ye have stolen."

The serang stiffened, his eyes glist glistening
ening glistening In the moonlight "Sahib!" he

cried as if in supplication.

"No words, dog!" cried O'Rourke

sternly. "Do as I bid ye, or abide the

result of disobedience!"

"The sahib," said the serang slow

ly. "is full of eyes and wisdom. He

sees what no man would believe he

could see. I am content." He bowed

his head with curious submissiveness

stretching forth hl3 palms as if in
token of surrender.
O'Rourke caught at his breath. He
had scarcely hoped for this; he had
merely called the serang "aft as the

leader of the lascars, hoping to fright frighten
en frighten him into revealing whichever of
hi3 comrades had stolen 'the great
ruby If he knew.
"Ye have, then, the leather bag?" he
demanded, exultation in his voice.
"Aye, sahib; or. If not that, I have

that which was therein."

"The stone?"
"Aye, sahib."
"Then give it me."
"I am the sahib's slave." The se serang
rang serang flashed a strange smile at the
revolver in O'Rourke's hand. His at attitude
titude attitude puzzled O'Rourke; he would
hardly have believed this of the man;
rather he could have conceived of him
as denying the theft to the last and
fighting like an unchained fiend to re retain
tain retain his booty. His present pose was
out of character, or the Irishman mis misjudged
judged misjudged him.
Out of character or no, it wa3 com

fortable. The serang, with head bent,
was fumbling in the folds of his sash;
O'Rourke thought him over long about
It, yet was inclined to give him time
In view of his abject surrender.
At length, still smiling oddly, the
man lifted his eyes and stretched
forth a hand tight closed. "The sa sahib,"
hib," sahib," he said gently, "shall see that
his servant spoke truth. Let this
weigh with the sahib for mercy. Be Behold!"
hold!" Behold!" The brown fingers unclosed and In
the hollow of his palm trembled that
which seemed a ball of crystallzed
rose fire. the. stone that man .has

named the Pool of Flame. OTtourke
uttered a low cry of satisfaction, step stepping
ping stepping forward to snatch up the Jewel.
Simultaneously he was aware of a
quick gasp from the direction of the
woman, followed, ere he could account
for them, by two pistol shots.
The adventurer groaned, pitching

forward blindly, one side of his head,
from the ear to the temple, arqulver
with an agony as If a white-hot Iron
had seared him there. He stretched
forth an arm aimlessly and gripped an
Iron stanchion, stopping his fall, and
hung 'there for what seemed an eon,
sea and skies swimming blood-red be

fore his eyes, in his ears a thunder thunderous
ous thunderous rushing a3 of mighty waters.
By a supreme effort of will he kept
himself half-erect, clinging to the rail,
and opened his eyes. So briefly had
pain blinded him that it was patent
barely a second had elapsed since the
firing of the shots. To hl3 left a
stricken lascar was still In the act of
falling; before him Mrs. Prynne stood

motionless, her face a mask cf horror,

revolver still poised; to the right the
serang, drawing a kris, was smiling
sardonically, his eyes fixed upon the
woman who had set at naught his
O'Rourke tried to call a warning to
her, for it was plain that she was ap appalled
palled appalled by what she had done, heedless
of all but the. man she had killed; but
It was as if tho bullet that creased his

temple had temporarily paralyzed
him; his tongue clave to the roof of
his mouth and he could neither move
nor speak.
Powerless (he believed), he watched
the serang gather himself together,
like some gaunt cat, and spring; in

two strides he would have leen upon
the woman and the night' had been
crowned with its most piUful crime.
Yet in midair, O'Rourke saw the man
falter and fall back, dropping the
kris and clutching frantically at noth nothing.
ing. nothing. Stupidly the adventurer saw the

emoke trickling from the muzzle of
his own revolver and knew that, some

how, he had managed to pull the trig

ger. His heart leapt in his breast, so

keen was his gratitude. Trembling

In every limb, he essayed a second

time to fire and put, a final period to

the serang's career: But his shot

went wide and the cylinder Jammed
bo that the hammer would not rise

second time. With an oath he let j

go the rail and attempted to bridge
the distance between himself and the

ascar, who was now at a considera

ble distance reeling away toward the


But his overtaxed- strength, sapped

by loss of blood, failed him; and mal-j

ce Infused new vigor into the serang,

new power to accomplish his final

fiendish act. :

Grinning with anguish, the man

leapt away from O'Rourke, staggered!
and. Jerking back his arm, flung the

Pool of Flame from him with all his


O'Rourke paused, petrified with de

spair. The great stone, glinting in

the moonlight like .the very heart of

fire, described a long and flaming aro

and . the sea leapt up with a

hiss to welcome it and it was gone.

A bitter cry broke from the Irish

man's lips; he made for the man,

Flung the Pool of Flame With All His


whom he would gladly have killed



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Our plan is so easy, so simple, so attractive that it
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We furnish the monev with which to build a home or
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The state of Florida is showing the most remarkable 'development in
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witn nis Dare nancs. uut again ne
failed. The lascar, perhaps guessing
his intention, was at the last too-qulck
for him.
By a supreme effort the gaunt se serang
rang serang seized the raiflf lifted himself up upon
on upon it, and dropped over the side, fol
lowing that to win which he had giv given
en given his life.

(Continued Tomorrow)


After a frightful coughing spell a

man In Neenah, Wis., felt terrible pains
In liis side and his doctor found two

ribs had been broken. What agony Dr.
' King's New Discovery would have
I saved him. A few teaspoonsful ends a

late cough, while persistent use routs
obstinate coughs, expels stubborn colds
or heals weak, sore lungs. "I feel sure
Its a God-send to humanity," writes
Mrs. Effie Morton, Columbia, Mo., "for
I believe I would have consumption to to-iday,
iday, to-iday, if I had not used this great rem

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I you can get a free trial bottle or 50-

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Tlhie Fammouiis R."C'IHI. "21


Battle of Ssblne Pass.'
The story of the battle of Sabine

Pass is history, not fiction, though, u
must be confessed, .it sounded far

more like the latter than the former
You will find the full accounts of the

fight In the "Records of the Rebel

lion" and a very interesting history or
the affair in the second volume of

"The Rise and Fall of the Confederate

Government" by Jefferson Davis,

page 237. References to the battle
may also be found in "Battles and

Leaders of the Civil War." published
by the Century company.

Often the hunt for a rich wife ends

when the man meets a woman that

uses Electric outers. iter strong
nerves tell in a bright brain and even

This Is a cut of the pretty It, C IL 2-horsepower, four-cylinder R, C II
Roadster, Equipped with top, windshield, gas and oil lights, self-starter, de demountable
mountable demountable rims, etc Thlsis the car that Is cheap only In price. It has the
left-hand drive, a feature all cars will sooner- or later have to attopt. It hat
a long stroke motor, with center, control, three speeds forward and reverse.
Silent running will make six. or sixty miles an hour, as you like,-on high
speed. If you want to know more about the It. C IL orwant to go out for a
demonstration, call on, write or phone .

The Local Aflcnl y
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Freight, Pianos. Furniture temper. Her peach-blossom complex


and Safes a Specialty. Careful and

Prompt Attention Ghen All Orders





Careful Estimates Made on All Con
tract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than- any other
contractor in te city.

ion and ruby lips result from her pure

blood; her bright eyes from restful
sleep; her elastic ftep from firm, free
muscles, all telling of the health and
strength Electric Bitters give a wom woman,
an, woman, and the freedom from Indigestion,
backache, headache, fainting and dizzy
spells they promote. Everywhere they
are woman's favorite remedy. If weak
or ailing try them. 50c at Tydlngs &

Foley Kidney Pills
Give prompt relief from BACKACHE,

BLADDER and all annoying URINARY
IRREGULARITIES. A positive boon to
8. A. Dari, 27 Washington St.. Const rpriHe
focL, is in his Sith year, lie writes us: "I hM
lately eaffered ranch from my Sidney and blad bladder
der bladder 1 had aerer back ache and try kidney actios
was too treanenC raoin me to loce much cleen

at night, and ia my bladder there was eonstaat

Day of the High Top Hat.
In a New York store there hangs
picture of Dom Pedro of Brazil re receiving
ceiving receiving a: delegation of citizens at
Philadelphia on the day wheii he took
pait In tbe closing ceremonies of the
Centennial exposition. Nearly all the
men In the group wore high top hats

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pain. I tooK r oier Aianey rciis ror some time,

ana am now rree oi an uooow ana ania moim a
be up and aromnd. Foley Kidaay Pills Lave my

and am now free of all trouble and a

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Sold by tke Aatl-MaMftlr Dragster

Bites or stings of poisonous Insects
which cause the flesh to swell should h
TIC PROPHYLACTIC FLUID. It counteracts the poison,
reduces swelling1 auickly and eases
pain. It Is equally as valuable when
applied to flsh wounds, burns, scaMs,
cuts or bruises. It causes the flesh to
heal over and leaves no dlsflsurins
scar. Price 50 cents per bottle. Sold
by all drussi3ts.

Do not leave any standing1 water
about your yard, particularly rain wa water
ter water hundreds and thousands of mo mosquitoes
squitoes mosquitoes are the result.

It Is worse than useless to talce any
medicine Internally, for : muscular or
chronic rheumatism. r All that' Is need needed
ed needed is a free application of Chamber

lain's LinimenL For sale by all dealers.

Union Square
Clean, Comfortable, Convenient and Home-Like Hotel, on
the A merican and European Plans.
American Plan, 2 per day and up. European Plan, $1.00 per day and up.
Special Weekly Rates. '
Churchill & Co.

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Tickets on sale July 2nd. Final limit July tlto. Tickets ytllh
be good on regular trains going and retrniD
For tickets or information, call ca nearest A. C. L ticket c::l
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