The Ocala evening star


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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
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Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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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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Tteus-Zachry Co.
VOL. 19.
NO. 23.

AN UNEASY FEELING in the stomach or
bowels, caused by indigestion or constipation, yields
quickly to :
si r.i r.iorJS
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.
' Le a pcalxb. pwicc uMirwuM, .so.
Aak far the cenata wit tb Ecd Z on th label. If yaw nanot e It remit to as. w will
n4 tr postpaid. Simmon Liver Regulator i pot ap aiao iu liquid form far tboa who prefer
1U irice. tl.w per bottle, hook lor tb J&4 Z label.

Following are just a Few of the Thousands of
Articles Carried In our Great Furniture, Hardware.
House Furnishing and General Supply Store. Come
in and look the slock over, you will find many
things you want.

For the

" Iloll nd Flat Top Desks, Typewriter Desks,
Desks, Office Chairs Stools.' Sofas, Etc.

For the Dining Room
Handsome Hound or Square Extension Tables, Dining Chairs,
Hugs, Sideboards and Chiffoniers, lJouffeta, China Closets, China
- Dinner Sets, Lamps, Fine Table Linen, Etc
Parlor Furniture
Handsome Mahogany, Oak, Willow or Mission Chairs, Straight
Hacked or Ilockers, .Tables, Sofas, Lamps, Hugs and Carpets, Pic Pictures.
tures. Pictures. Z ...
Bedroom Furniture
Beautiful Dressers and Wash, Stands in Golden Oak, Rirdseye
; Maple, or Muhogauy. Beautiful Iron and Brass Beds iu over Fifty
Different Varieties and Prices. Hugs and Mattings, Chiffoniers ad
Wardrolies, 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 Hither 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 Ammu Ammunition;
nition; Ammunition; Fire Sets, Screens and Irons, Etc.


e and

, Buggies, Carriages and Wagons for all Purposes, Harness, 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. OCA LA, FLA.

Oillce over Munroe & Chambliss B'k
Rooms O, 10 and 11. Second Floor,
Holder Tflock.
Office Over Commercial Bank
Office Hours. 8 to 12 a, m. 1 to n
p. m. ',' Phone 211.
Contractor and Builder
Plans and specifications Furnished
Upon Request.
123) South Third Street
(Fonncrlv Smilh & Robcrls)
Funeral Directors and
Licensed Embalmers
Lady Assistant when required
Caiis Answered Promptly Night
or Day, to All Parts of City
or Country
Parlors Located Between Ideal
Theater and Express Oilice
N160T PflOME, 418


Harness Dept
Sparr. June 27. Rev. race filled his
appointment here Sunday night.
The new Methodist church 'is nearly
done and Mr. Mlms Is erecting a bell
! tower on the Baptist church. When
both are completed the people need not
be ashamed of their churches.
Mr. and Mrs. "G. W. Stephens of St.
Petersburg are visiting friends here,
and will remain in this county till the
first of August.
Miss Lou Webb of Little River, who
spend a winter here some years ago,
is visiting her aunt, Mrs. W. Luffman,
and her old friends are glad to see her
again. y
Mrs. Civil, who. has been so ill for
some time, Is able to be In her store
again. ;
Miss Maud Clemons has returned
from Dade City, where she attended
'Miss Pauline Lambert has gone to
Gainesville to attend the normal
Homer Luffman has returned from
Demorest, Ga., where he attended
MIss Jessie Owens has been hanging"
some beautiful mottos and pictures in
the Baptist church. But she Is al always
ways always making Improvements and giving
her time and money to 'her church.
Bites or stings of poisonous Insects
which cause the flesh to swell should be
TIC PROPHYLACTIC FLUID. It counteracts the poison,
reduces swelling quickly and eases
pain. It is equally as valuable when
applied to fish wounds, burns, scalds,
cuts or bruises. It causes the flesh to
heal over and leaves no disfiguring
scar. Price 50 cents per bottle. Sold
by all druggists.
Do not leave any standing water
about your yard, particularly rain wa waterhundreds
terhundreds waterhundreds and thousands of mo mosquitoes
squitoes mosquitoes are the result.
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 nay
back and hips and I am thankful there
Is such a' medicine as' Foley Kidney
Pills. For sale by the- Anti-Monopoly
. Are you Interested in paper bag
cooking? If so come to us for your
supply of the bags. 25c the pickage.
Post 'Office Drug- Store.
. The woman of today Who has good
health, good temper, good sense, bright
eyes and a lovely complexion, the re result
sult result of r correct living and good diges digestion,
tion, digestion, wins the admiration of the world.
If your digestion Is faulty Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets will
correetlt. For sale by all dealers.


o.e Fallot taken
Clark Ieadw, Wilon rt t, Harmon
Third. I'mlerwood Foarfa aid a
Deadlock Thl. Afterntxtn l
(Special to the Star)
rtaltimore. June 28. 1 p. m. At sev seven
en seven o'clock this mornintr after being?
in session for eleven hours, the con convention
vention convention adjourned till four this after afternoon.
noon. afternoon.
, One ballot had been taken, result result-ins
ins result-ins as follows:
.Clark. 440 Vi.
; Wilson. 324.
Harmon, 148.
Underwood, 1's.
Marshall. 31.
Baldwin. 21.
Sulzer. 2.
Bryan, 1.
Absent, 1.
. New York Is solid for Harmon.
It looks as though there might be a
deadlock this afternoon.
It looks like "Wilson or Clark, or
Dryan or some other dark horse will
come in and win.
Next Time Don't Do If, IV Dang-rrouM.
Try DodKon'M LJver Tone
InMtead I Cm Safe
You ought to know what a danger dangerous
ous dangerous and uncertain drug the chemical,
calomel, is. Perhaps you know several
people who have been salivated by
what they thought was a very light
dose of calomel.
Next time you have an attack of
I biliousness, or when your liver has
gotten sluggish, come to the Court
Pharmacy and ask for a bottle of
Dodson's Liver Tone. You will find it
a pleasant tasted liquid and a perfect
substitute for calomel In eve ry. respect
and without the dangerous after effects
of calomel.
v Dodson's Liver Tone gives the liver
just the amount of gentle stimulation
it needs to Induce it to do Its work
properly antf thoroughly. The Court
i Pharmacy will give you your money
back any time Dodson's Liver Tone
falls to prove itself a perfect substi
tute for calomel.
Interentlnic Note Taken Along;
PIetureiane Stream by Our
Sprrial forrenpondent
Grahamville. Juno ,28. "The Ocala
House was full lastj night." News
The Oklawaha river has been full
for three weeks. And the moon Is
filling rapidly and will be full on the
29th. Gee! It would be a "come ofT
should the three belligerents while
full get together In the yard. In the
fracus-one or the other two of them
would go "straight aip."
Sunday Bluff,, National Park, June
58. Forest rangers who patrol the
Sunday Bluff buttes, now and then,
proclaim the great bluff one of the
most beautiful. in the south. And the
winding Oklawaha far below it, and
the' thick set undergrowth bordering
the stream, with a green fringe of tall
pines on the west, makes a magnificent
Lynne, June 28. Forester Chas. II.
Rogers and the forest rangers and the
national park mean much for this sec section
tion section of Florida. Besides a national
park this plateau preserve is an
elegant field for an army post, and is
also a superb ridge for the army flying
squadron. The supposed Florida ship
canal, the navigable Oklawaha and St.
Johns rivers and the proposed newj
railroad in this country are the har harbingers,
bingers, harbingers, In the future, of these things
now thought of for the national park.
A. A. G.
Ifa Cored Worse Cae aad Yon Can
Try It at Oar RIalc
Yes, try Zemo. That's all. you need
do to get rid of the worst 'case of ec eczema.
zema. eczema. You take no chance. It Is no ex experiment.
periment. experiment. Zemo Is positively guaran guaranteed
teed guaranteed to stop itching, rash, raw, bleed bleeding
ing bleeding eczema, make, a pimpled face
smooth and clean. Zemo Is a wonder
and the- minute applied It sinks in.
vanishes, leaves no evidence, doesn't
stick, no grease, just a pure, clean,
wonderful liquid and It cures. This
Is guaranteed. Zemo Is put up by the
E. V. Rose Medicine Co., St. Louis, Mo.,
and sold by all druggists throughout
America, and In Ocala by the Postof Postof-fice
fice Postof-fice Drugstore.
Summerfleld. June
r. Mrs. c. r.
Davis went to Ocala last Saturday to
visit her brother, Mr. Cecil Bryant
over Sunday.
Tom K. Clyburn. a son of R. L Cly Cly-burn;
burn; Cly-burn; killed a rattlesnake three feet
long with four rattles. The snake had
wandered into town and met his fate.
J. J. Beard and wife of Pedro, were
visitors here lat Monday. Mr. and
Mrs. D. L. Milne returned with them
to make a short visit.
Bruce Meffert, who represents an
automobile concern, was a visitor to
John Miller this week.
J. J. Madden has returned to his
home In Jamaica Plain. Mas3., for a
short visit, and will return in the falL
After a frightful coughing spell a
man in Neenah. Wis-, felt terrible pains
In his side and his doctor found two
ribs had been broken. What agony Dr.
King's New Discovery would have
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 today,
day, today, if I had not used this great rem remedy.'
edy.' remedy.' Its guaranteed to satisfy, and
you can get a free trial bottle or 50 50-cent
cent 50-cent or $1 size at Tydings & Co.

Denlrea the Opiates f Ilia Coast It a a-eaM
eaM a-eaM la Regard to Maklaa; CkaiKm
la the Road Lavra
I respectfully call your attention to
the following road laws, and beg of
the county commissioners and. tax taxpayers
payers taxpayers to let me know If t am right
in trying to have sections 841. 842 and
843 repealed..
Section 841 says it shall be the duty
of .the county commissioners .in each
county, at their first meeting in Jan January
uary January of each and every year, to ap appoint
point appoint three fit and proper persons in
each road district as commissioners
for roads and bridges, within their re respective
spective respective districts, etci
Section 842 describes the duties of
these road commissioners.
Section 843 describes their terms of
office and fixes their pay at ?12 per
annum, etc.
These laws are. dead; no good, are
not wanted Shall I lry and have them
- Also how about part of section 831?

The law forbids county commissioners
from paying more than $1.50 per day
for oversers, and 10 cents per hour for
laborers, and for overseers not to do
any work unless they have no less
than six men employed each day, etc.
This in. my judgment should be
changed, allowing the county com commissioners
missioners commissioners the privilege of fixing the
pay as they deem best, as few com competent
petent competent men can be had to overseer
road work at 11.50 per day. In some
counties day labor Is worth 15 cents
per hour and no road help could be
had at 10 cents per hour, compelling
the county commissioners to., either
evade the law or? not work the roads.
The county commissioners should have
the right to fix the pay of day labor laborers.
ers. laborers.
Also, I call your attention to section
852. This chapter allows the county
commissioners to appoint a road
superintendent to supervise the repair
and building of new roads in the coun county,
ty, county, but limits the pay to no more than
$2 per day. The pay of superintend superintendents
ents superintendents should be left to the discretion
of the county commissioners.
I believe it would be a wise invest investment
ment investment for Marion county to have a
competent, discreet, wide-awake coun county
ty county road superintendent, who would
give his whole time and attention to
our public roads, seeing each road in
the county once each three months.
Seeing that road overseers do good and
proper work, recruiting and keeping
of road hands, making estimates of
proposed work to be "done, seejng that
no part of the county Is neglected. In Informing
forming Informing "the. commissioners of the
roads and road needs, etc.
Also call your attention to chapter
855. It says that every able-bodied
nerson over the age' of 18 years and
under the age or 45 years, who does
not pay a road tax shall work on
public roads no more than eight days
per year.
It should limit the amount to say
three days. It should Include all in
the county. It should be strengthened
so that the Incorporated towns and
cities would be compelled to work all
those whb do not pay any road tax the
same as the people in the county.
I will be glad through the columns
of our county papers or otherwise to
hear from our people on the above
subject. Now is the time to get ready
for -good legislative work.
L. S. Light.
Reddlck. Fla., June 28.
Hall's Texas Wonder Will remove kid kidney
ney kidney and bladder troubles, rheumatism,
gravel, diabetes, neuralgia, weak and
lame backs. One bottle seldom fails to
cure. Write for testimonials. Dr. EL
W. Hall. 292C Olive street. St. Louis,
Mo. Sold by all dealers.
School books at the Ocala News Co.
Graduate of the United States Col
lege of Veterinary Surgeons,
d at the Joaea Hoapltal oa Soat
Flrat Street, Weat
Calls Promptly Answered.
Fresh Shrimp, Crabs
Fresh and Salt
Water Fish.
Best Merchant's
Lunch tor
35 cents
in the city.
Any season's Delicacy
promptly served.
(eating's Cafe.
Chas. Rodoff, Proprietor
Funeral Directors
Undertakers and Embalmers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
Funeral Dlreetor.
All Work Roi-c- by License! Era
balmers and Fully GnarameetL
Phones: D. E. Mclver, 104; C. V. Rob
erts. 305; Undertaking Office. 47.
P. O. BOX 40


To lmmm Brads for,- latsroved Roada
: ; Vmder V ExUtla Coadlttoaar-peelat
LearUlatloa Seeded, aad How to
Oatala It :- V J C"" -".-"
Editor Star: As requested, I -give
you my views on bonding the county
to build and ; repair the' public roads
and highways, bridges, etc I be to
say that .; under existing conditions,; 1
am opposed to an Issue of bonds for
the purposes above named. To make
my position clear that' I may not be
censured for pessimism or be misun misunderstood
derstood misunderstood as opposing public improve improvements
ments improvements at any and all times, it Is nec necessary
essary necessary that I give my reasons for op opposing
posing opposing a bond issue now. And here
they "are in the following order":
One. Our state road laws are the
most complicated and conglomerated J
compilation of extracts from the var
ious aets of. the legislatures of Florida
for the past fifty years.
Two. No provision of the general
road law to authorise the county. com commissioners
missioners commissioners to employ and contract
with a competent civil engineer, an ex expert
pert expert road building: and. construction
work. ;.
.Three. When the county does issue
bonds. I want every dollar-' of the
money placed' to lasting advantage 'of
the county and in order to have this
done, the law must authorize the
county commissioners to contract with
road builders and an expert engineer
to see that the work Is done accord according
ing according to contract and specifications, just
as an architect whose, duty and bond
Is to see that the building is put up ac according
cording according to specifications and of the
material designated.,
Four. A bond, issue .under the pres present
ent present road law would mean hundreds
and thousands of dollars expended in
building roads by men who have had
but- little If any experience In such
work and the result would be, the first
heavy rainfall would cut the road and
wash away several hundred dollars
worth of work, only to be repaired by
the same men, with the same kind of
material In the same old; way.
Five. The present road law allows
the county commissioners ,4 per day
and mileage at 10c. per mile from their
homes to the court house, provided
they shall not be allowed over 9400
per anniim In counties of twenty-five
thousand inhabitants or more. Be It re remembered
membered remembered the law makes them the
bosses to watch and look, after the
roads, hence the blame attaiched to
them for the bad condition of every
piece of road. Where is the man com competent
petent competent to serve on the board of com commissioners
missioners commissioners who could afford to give
his time and his horse or conveyance
and do his duty as the law directs for
four hundred dollars per year, and then
be blamed for drawing such a big (?)
salary from the county.
The above are the outlines of ray
opposition to a bond issue for road
Now the remedy!
Have our legislators Messrs. Car
ney, Light and Spencer, meet "with our
board of county commissioners and
draft a bill for a special road law for
Marlon county. Advertise as the con constitution
stitution constitution directs that such ; special
legislation will be passed at the next
session of the legislature. Let that
law provide everything that is needed
in an Issue of bonds, if the voters want
them, the expenditure of the money.
etc., the letting out by contract of the
building of the roads, the hire of the
county convicts to the contractor or
builder, the employment, of an expert
engineer and what his duties shall be,
the employment of a road commission commissioner
er commissioner or overseer in every election dis
trict In the county to 'repair and how
repair, drain and keep up the public
roads and bridges of the county.
I deem it needless to mention all the
details of such special law. Our legis
lators and. commissioners can call to
council with them such men and tax taxpayers
payers taxpayers as they think best In framing
such a law. v
It may be necessary to say that Or
ange county'of this state has been act
ing .under speeial road law for that
county for several years past and its
system of public roads, highways and
bridges will bear inspection with any
county in the state.
I hope I have made my position clear
and whether accepted or rejected, I
believe I am right and shall stand
fearlessly by my opinions until I arn
convinced that am wrong.
Without controversy or contention, I
am yours for better roads and more of
them. R. F. Rogers.
Lynne. Fla., June 26, 1912.
Often the hunt for a rich wife ends
when the man meets a woman that
uses Electric Bitters. tier strong
nerves tell in a bright brain and even
temper. Her peach-blossom complex complexion
ion complexion and ruby lips result from her pure
blood; her bright eyes from restful
sleep; her elastic step from firm, free
muscles, all telling of the health and
strength Electric Bitters give a wom
an, and the freedom from Indigestion,
backache, headache, fainting and dizzy
spells they promote. Everywhere they
are woman s favorite remedy, ii weaK
or ailing try them. 50c at Tydings &.
A tract of 1257 acres of the choicest
Marion county farming land. Several
hundred acres In cultivation, and near nearly
ly nearly all fenced. First class farm build buildings
ings buildings of all kinds. Good timber on por portion
tion portion of land not in cultivation. Close
to railroad and hard roads pass thru
portions of the land. Only five miles
from Ocala. This is one pf 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 601,
Ocala, Fla.
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 blR," For
sale by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
Cook your next roast In a paper bag,
and get the bag from the Post Of flea
1 Drug: Store. 75c. the package.


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A Star reporter yesterday ran Into a
bunch of good and la w-abldlne cltl cltl-xens
xens cltl-xens who were discussing the wave of
crime that Just now seems to be rathef
more than laving the social shore.
It la an undoubted -fact that no man
knows whattlme he will be the victim
of an assassin.: Not only the funda fundamental
mental fundamental traits of revenue., avarice and
jealousy are likely to cause a killing.
A comparatively unimportant business
dispute or even a change in' the
weather is liable. to bring: on a trouble
In which a law-abldlnff man is killed
or has to kill In defense of his life. In
such disputes, the wrong man is near
ly always the victim. "If Providence
would only reverse this rule, the trou trouble
ble trouble would'soon end. y
We could dispense with the aid of
Providence In this, as In most other
things, if men would do their duty.
The grim specter of the grallows does
not loom before any white man In

Florida. In the mind of every man of
the Caucasian Tace who contemplates
capital crime lurks the Innate belief
that he will escape the consequences

of his Act. Murder to. him means

chiefly an unpleasant incident or a

few months In Jail and paying large
fees to the lawyers, the burden of

wMch Is generally born by his rela
ties. ; :: : .-;-;-Vr

Proni the day that a murder Is com committed,
mitted, committed, the victim .is forgotten except
by his relatives and Immediate friends.
Nearly all the thought and sympathy
of the public goes to the slayer. It

shudders at the Idea of the horror "of
the death sentence and execution, but
seldom does It think of and never does
It realize the agony of the victim In
the death struggle, and the months and
years of misery of those he often

leaves helpless. ...J '"'.

It is the present fashion to denounce
the courts and demand the recall, but

as far as murder cases are concern

ed. the greater fault Is with the juries.

The jurors shrink from doing their

duty, they will not convict on clrcum
stantlal evidence,' and when the evl

dence Is direct, even for the most
hideous crime, they seldom fall to

make a recommendation lor, mercy.
The following editorial from the MI

am) Herald Is quite pertinent to

the subject:

"Unless capital punishment is made

effective, it might as well be abolish

ed. If every brutal rrfurderer could ,be

apprehended, tried, convicted and rail

roaded to the chair or gallows while

the crime was fresh in the public
mind, there would not, -be eight or

nine times as many murders in pro

portion to population In the United

States as In all of Kurope combined.
'Capital punishment and the .prac

tlce of the courts are a deterrent to
crime In Europe and even In Canada,

but its a different -story here. Hand

writing experts, alienists,, and all

eo'rts of specialists have to make a llv

lng In America, and the' courts help

them .make It to a very large extent
Take the Thaw case,! for instance.

Thaw Kilted a man in cold blood a

number of years ago, Ile is in an asy

lum, fighting every day for liberty. The

courts possibly, will finally, free him

He has cost the state of New York

: thousands of dollars, and as Thaw's

relatives are wealthy, they wlir keep
up the fight. Every time Thaw puts

an alienist on the stand, the state of

New' York puts one on, and so it goes

on and '.on. '' v..

- VThe murdered victim cannot appeal

for Justice, while the brutal villain al

ways finds some one to' help him,
whether to prove an alibi, or declare

him insane, and he escapes the conse

quences of 'his acts. That is the rea

son the United States has 10,000 horal

cldes every year. Soft hearted ex

ecutives and jurymen almost every day

give liberty to criminals who have for

felted- every right to burden society

with their miserable lives.

- "And still, some people : wonder, at
crime. The' average juryman recom recommends
mends recommends life Imprisonment rather than
have, in hU own heart and mind, the

thought, that the blood of a fellow

man Is on his hands.'!, f





II Is, Ua v

TTHIS MAGNIFICENT, carefully selected stock of goods, which we have gathered under this roof, has but oris des'
1 tiny, and that with you. Cost is ignored. .Values are made that are rapidly vacating tables and chslves.
Thousands of dollars worth of newr fresh, clean, seasonable, up-to-the-minute merchandise cut in price until the bar bargains
gains bargains are irrestible. Nothing to rival this sale in value giving has ever been attempted in Ocala. This is extremely
strong store talk--DESIGNEDLY SO we urge you to come and verify it We have prepared to make
: ; Toiboppow, Sattuiipdlsiy, cJummo 21llhi ;
and the remaining days of this gigantic sale RED-LETTER days in the selling history of Ocala. Our prices will, do it


Lena! re 36 inches wide and in the
following qualities and prices:

15c qualities sale
price i ... ... : .'. .. .
20c qualities sale
price . . . i. . .
25c qualities sale
price . ... .........
Imdia Llnon, 20c kind
1 1-4 yard wld
Linen Suiting, 25c kind
for ....... ....... ..
Linen Suiting, 50c kind
for . i . .-.

19 c

White Lawn, 28 inches wide, good
quality, regular price 10c o



sale price

Kerchief Cloth for dresses and

Shirstwaist, very 6heer, 35c
inch for ....

Nainsook, 12 l-2c kind sale q
price ... C

15c Nainsook during this
sale ....
Long Cloth, 124c kind

for .


Long Cloth, better quality 1 O
for . 1 C
Dimities, 10c kind, during
this sale aC

15c quality Dimity
for. . i .
20c quality Dimity
for ...... .


Huck Towels, value 10c, per A

pair, dach

Extra large 'Towels, value,
20c value,, each


Sailor Hats, thick brim
value 75c .


$1.00 quality Sailors to go




Messaline Silk 3 inches wide and in
V all colors, including Jjlack end white,
' value 1 1, sale QO
price ... ..I ... ... OaC


Long Klmonas, regular price; price;-11.
11. price;-11. sale price
Short Klmonas, regular price?
. 49c, sale price ........

23 c

All 15c and 20c Swiss. Em Embroidery
broidery Embroidery to go at ........


Regular price $4.50 sale OO OA
V price . ........
- Boys' and Men's Shoes, the Perfec Perfection
tion Perfection Brand, value $3.00 qa
sale price . O eaO

White Canvas Shoes 'for Ladies and

' Misses, regular jric,
11.50, sale, price .....


A Square Deal to All One Price Only. All Goods Marked in Plain Floares. We Assure Each and Every Pnrchacer Absolute Ccl

isf action. We Guarantee Every Price and Statement Herein and Will Exchange or Refund Money on Any Purchase Provina Unsatt

factory for Any Reason Whatever. RememDer, one uoiiar will uo tne woru 01 Three During This Great Sale.


Be sure you are
right; look tor the
tlg sign and the
name. Let nothing
keep you away.

(So vJo

Drlnn this Cccu Cccu-;
; Cccu-; mem xviCi yea co
you can c- the

Mr. L L Steele and wife, Miss Maude

Watson and brother, Mr. William

G 1111s and wife and two daughters,' the

Misses Lallle and Addle, Misses Chris

tina and Rushie Russell and the scribe.

Mrs. Long played some beautiful
pieces upon the organ. Then followed
ice cream, cake and lemonade. Then
Miss Lallie Gillls gave up some music

on the organ, and at the last Miss C.
Russell took snap-shot3 of the guests.
Master Forest received some very nice

presents. May he live to see many more
such birthdays is the wish of the


Mrs. Laura Welhoner and mother of

Ocala and young Jack Sheroose of

Citra came down Monday to see Mr.

Wm. Glllis and family.

Arthur Roddenberry while working

on the "section near Ray's; crossing
Monday, found a; somewhat rusty

single-barrel shotgun.


Following are the meteorological
conditions that prevailed during the
twenty-four hours up to sunset yester yesterday:
day: yesterday: (
Cloudy; southwest wind.
Minimum temperature, 70 degrees.
Maximum temperature, 80 degrees.
Average, 72 degrees.
Rainfall, .18.


Local thunder showers tonight or

Weirsdale. June' 27.-Children's Day

was observed at the Presbyterian
church i last Sunday, when' the follow

ing program was rendered:
Song, "Bringing in the Sheaves."
Recitation, Flower Lessons."
Recitation, "Hosanna."

Song. "The Childrens. Friend Is

Recitation, "When Fields are Fresh"

. Reading, "Children's Day,"
Flag drill. '.:
Song. "Onward Christian Soldier."
Recitation, "Reward of Giving."
Anthem, "Oh, How Lovely."

Address, 'The Lost Bible" By the

Song. "Stand Up for Jesus.'

Mr. an1 Mrs. G. P. Rast have return

ed, to their home at Orange Springs.

. Misses Louise and Daisy Albertson

are the quests of Miss Lottie Black.

Mr. Raymond Gano is visiting his
brother,' Mr. R. II. Gano, at the home

of Mr. Black.

The C. E. Society will give a social
at the church" Friday night. All are

invited. '' '" ;". :.'''.

There will be a 4th of July picnic at

Stanton. Bring well filled baskets.

A number of young people enjoyed a
bathing tea at Stanton on Lake Weir
Tuesday evening.' Mrs. Douglass and

Mrs. W. C. Black chaperoned the party.

Mr. J. M. Douglass Is serving, on the

Jury this. week.

Mr. and Mrs. James B!air and three
children of Zuber visited Mrs, Reed this


Mr. Turney Reed of Ocala Is here on
a visit to his mother. Mrs. A. M. Reed.
- Mr. Earl Lytle has accepted a posi position
tion position with Mr. Sid Sligh as chauffeur.

f30 REWARD f50
Some surreptitious party has will-

; fully gone into the surrounding conn-

try, and torn from trees, etc. circu circulars
lars circulars 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

i 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.


Merchants Cafe, -A. C L. depot cor

ner. Meals a la carte and lunches at
any hour.


Merchants' Cafe, A, C L depot cor

ner. Meals a la carte and lunches at
any hour.


says a policeman to a street crowd, and

whacks heads If it doesn't. "Move on

now," say the big, harsh mineral pills

to bowel congestion and suffering fol follows.
lows. follows. Dr. King's New Life Pills don't
bulldoze the bowels. They gently per

suade them to right action, and health

follows. 2 Sc. at Tydlngs & Company.

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

proprietor, has a large supply of coun county
ty county schools .books on hand.


Second-hand store fixtures. Give

description and price, to 140 South

Lime street.

. 'YORK .:' ... ..
York, June 27. Mrs. T. V. Newbern
of Leroy spent the past week at Cedar
Keys. .W: V.V
' Mr. J. S. Carter and wife have gone
to housekeeping In the section house
'and have for their boarder, Mr. Sol



Mr. Arthur Roddenberry and mother
have moved into the Elm Brown house.
Sunday being the tenth birthday of
Master ; Forest r Wheeler, v invitations
were sent out Inviting both old and
young. The following responded: Mr.
H. W. Long and wife of Martel; Mr. J.
M. Brooks and family and Miss Rachel
Veal and brother of Cotton Plant; Mrs.
A. II. potter and daughter. Miss Dor Dor-ris
ris Dor-ris of Ealdwln; Miss Anna Russell.
Miss ti".r. sister and brother of
Ocala. Ar:.r 3 tKe '"" ome people were

Notice is hereby given that the
Board of County Commissioners will
receive bids for one Gasoline or Oil
Traction Engine of SO to 60 horse-power,
and 4 or more to 4-yard capa capacity
city capacity all steel cars for road building.
Said bids to be opened at noon August
. 1912. S. T. Sistrunk, Clerk.

Those 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 25 cents. In 100 lots
or more 5 cents per copy.

There is one medicine that every
family should be provided with and es especially
pecially especially "during the summer months,
vix: 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.


Five rooms and bath. fLarge, shady
yard with poultry houses and yards.
Possession given by July 1st. Apply
"Cottage," care Star office.




'4 pairs
three -months



Judge James W. Locke, of the United
States distrlct-eourt, has granted to J.
J. Abbott; convicted of embezzlement.

a new trial, .which is to be heard at
the next term of the court held In
Tampa, Abbott is the man who, as a
mail messenger on a train of the
Tampa Northern Railroad, was con

victed 'on March 7 of this year of.rob-i
bing a mail ,ack of .110,000 in cur currency
rency currency on March 23, 1911. Reasons for
grantingv-thenew.. trial are set forth
by Judge Locke .as, additional afft?
davits that- have been furnished, to
him by counsel for, Abbott that would
go. to show grounds for .-. reasonable
doubt of guilt.
The affidavits furnished to Judge
Locke contain an alleged confession
from one Henry H. Horace that he 13
the man who stole the money from the
mall pouch. Horace is the man who
was the chief, witness against Abbott
at the trial, and who alleged that he
dug up the money from the hollow of
a tree In the rear of the premises oc occupied
cupied occupied by. Abbott, asserting that he
found this money while on a hunting
trip. Tarhpa Tribune.

1 A

p is maKing Americans, p
l a "silk hose nation" m

it has made possible f

0 the luxury of silk hose 0
p for constant wear 0
p and the economy that 0
p guaranteed durability 0
p ensures. 0
P The definite Phoenix guar- 0
P antee and the popular cost p
0 appeal to everyone to p
enjoy the daily use of this

p soft, shimmering hosiery, p
p. It is made from finest p
0 quality pure-dye silk, ab- 0
fM solutely devoid of artificial if


I have returned to the city and am
again in line to do your wallpaper
hanging, painting and any kind of In Interior
terior Interior decorating or finishing for your
house. See me before letting your
contract. v 1 Isaac Simmons.

jfp solutely

p "loading" or "weighting." p

W Women'. p

too pair pair oox p
... ii

mens 60-
p 50c pair 4 pair box $2
For Sale at

it ;:.

' We can supply you wlt?x pure Ice Tot
all purposes, whether your require requirements
ments requirements are for home use or for a car carload.
load. carload. Place your orders, with us.

ix the cntciTiT cornT OP THE
Fifth jQdiHal Circuit of Florida la
and for Marion County. In Chan Chancery.
cery. Chancery. Henning Land & I. Company, a Cor Corporation,
poration, Corporation, Complainant, vs. W. P.
Lay, C. E. Conner, Defendant
Order for Constructive Service.
It is ordered that the defendant
herein named, to-wit: W. P. Lay. be
and he is hereby required to appear to
the bill of complaint filed in this cause
or on before Monday, the 5th day of
August, 112.
It is further ordered that a cops' ot
this order be published once a. week
for four consecutive weeks in the
Ocala Evening Star, a newspaper pub published
lished published in said county and state.
This 28th day of June, 1912.
' r S. T. Sistrunk,
Clerk Clrcs.1t Court Marion Co. Fla.
H. M. Hampton.
. Complainant's Solicitor.
Heed Under Seetlon 8 of Chanter
V 4sns, I.awa of Florida.
Kotice is hereby given that Miss
Rachel Thrilling, purchaser of tax
certificate No. 404. dated the 2nd day
of July, A. D. 1894, 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. Said certificate
embraces the following described
property situated in Marion county.
Florida, to-wit: SwU of nw section
22 township 14 range 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 29th day of June, A. D. 1912.
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 27th day of May, A. D.
1912. s. T. Sistrunk,
Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla.
Deed Under Seetlon 8 of Chapter
4 nhs, Lawn of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that J. J.
Hawkins, purchaser of tax certificates
No. 739 and 740. dated the 7th day of
June. A. D. 1909. has filed said cer certificates
tificates certificates in my office, and has made
application for tax deed to Issue In ac accordance
cordance accordance with law. Said certificates
embrace the following described prop property
erty property situated in Marion county. Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, to-wit: S of seV4 of nw4 and
8 chs n and s by 10 chs e and w in
sw cor of neU sec 34, tp 17 s, range
26. 30 acres; n4 of se& of nwVi and
12 chs n and s by 10 chs e and w In
nw cor of svi of neH sec 24. tp 17
south, ranee 2 east. 32 acres. The
said' land being assessed at the date
of the issuance of such certificates In
the -name f P. A Bleekinstoph and
Marr I iane. Unless said certificates
shall be redeemed according to law,
tax deed will issue thereon on the 29th
day of June A. I. 1912.
Witness lay official c!gnatureand
seal this the 27th day of May, A. D.
1912. & T. Sistrunk,
Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla.



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Only the Best of Materials are Used in the
. making.. ft;'v'V;--.:v'V;
It's Good Good-Good
Good Good-Good for. You
Good for Your Family, and only





This coupon good for
one botlle CROWN BEER
at K EATING'S this week.






All new stoclc, new building, ood lo location.
cation. location. IL A. "Kramer.

. .FOR RENT Flat of three rooms and
nalL A good home Tor a small fam family
ily family of fine snite of office rooms. A p p-.ply
.ply p-.ply for. terms at Ut tie's Shoe rarlor.

K. of P. meet Monday eTenlng.


Certificates for the nfipaid city tax
for the year 1811 have been placed in
my hands for collection and every per person
son person who has not paid the tax on real
property within the city Is hereby, no notified
tified notified to call at my office at once and
pay the same and thereby ave trouble
and' additional costs.
Carlos I Sistrunk, City Attorney.

L. ; ilLSJIilNDnZl
"cAnPEnTEn nr:5 cuilczr
Careful Cstlsntca llaCa oa All Ccd-
tract Work. Clrp'ccTe czl tzllzi
work for tts ccst7 ttxa cj cl!



OCALA EVK5l5d 8T Ali FIUDAY, JVKE 23, 1912

why vmi sMOTti BAm ; wrri

Tike ComnunmeFcSall Bamlk

men, profetslonal
Tie bank's profit
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. 'Yr
rrat i 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.




Judge Dell is on the sick list today.

. O. C. Johnson of
Oca la House.

Madison Is at the

Dr. A. L. Illaloek, pb yak-Ian, ffic
phone 132.

M. E. Thomas of Charleston Is at the
Ocala House.

The Ocala New. Company has school
books In stock.

L. A. Warren and W. C Conner of
Jacksonville are at the Ocala House.


. t - w
Arc You Acquainted With


The open season of the HOUSE
FLY is here once more and clean clean-liness
liness clean-liness in the home and above all
in the places where Food Stuffs
are prepared for' Market or placed

F6R RENT Offices in Tlolder build building.
ing. building. Apply to Davis & Martin.

Judge W. S. Bullock
lake this afternoon.

went, to the

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

J. T. Stephenson and W. S. Jones of
Atlanta are at the Ocala House.

Mr. Chas.. W. White
the Ocala House.

of iCtra is at

L W. Whltten of Louisville is at the
Ocala House.

Mr. I. I. Arnold

has returned from

Chas. O. Tullis of Dunnellon was at
the Ocala House-last night.

Cuticle and Manicure scissors, the
best, that's made, at the Court Pharmacy.


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
' ; "" .
well as our own we hav begun war on MADAM
FLY. Our store has been screened all around and
with the fight that we; make against tlim during
the week and on Sunday, we can see agreat differ difference."
ence." difference." On Sundays we put our poison fly paper aud ;
it kills every fly that comes in xorifact ""with it. If
everybody would kill as many' flies as we do it
striken us that they could bo kept down.

(D). EL TrapM (Crowy

Miss Nellie Stevens left this morn morning
ing morning for a visit to friends in- QaineS; QaineS;-ville.
ville. QaineS;-ville.

Is It stationery you want? Then pro
to' the Court rharmacy. for they have

Mr. W. D.- Happer, superintendent of
the Tampa branch of Bradstreets's
agency, was In town today.


The funeral services of Chas. E. Foy
at the Eplsecpal church yesterday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon were attended by many sor sorrowing
rowing sorrowing friends.
The services were conducted1 by Rev.
G. IL Harrison of Jacksonville, former
rector of the church." who three years
ago ; performed the "ceremony which
united !Miss Hazel Campbell to Mr.
Foy. .;
Mr. Harrison was assisted by Rector
Gray. The remains were then convey conveyed
ed conveyed to Greenwood cemetery, and laid to
rest. '.- ';'.- vr.,
Messrs. H. A.. Waterman, James Car Carlisle,
lisle, Carlisle, E. J. Crook and Mr. Mobley act acted
ed acted as pall bearers. 1
Mrs. Foy and her little son will

make her home here with her parents.



RememWr the Fourth, of July excur excursion
sion excursion on the City of Ocala, from Silver
Springs to ; Paiatka and return- The
boat leaves 'the spring? the morning
of the third, and returns the evening
of the 5th. See Wilbur. Cleveland at
the Ocala House' about tickets, and
reservations. Meals will be- supplied
on tire boat. Tickets must be secured
before the third, however. Read the
advertisement in this Issue.


To say that the pictures now being
shown at the Air Dome are' good Is
not putting it anywhere near strong

bears up bravely under her great sorrow.

Mr. and Mrs J. A. Campbell. She enough, as they are altogether out of

the. ordinary line. Only the beswand
most select are shown at the Air
Dome. Last night was no exception
to this rule, for the pictures were first
class, and they will be excellent to


The prize contests draw large num-


adjourned this

The circuit court
mimlntr till Tiller 4

ww Mrt Jn 'th, f nw and three people, each night are

Willis Baxley. charged with the mur. yy substantially rewarded, for going

der of Prof. Jones, will be tried again.

The case of J. W. Fort will
brought up July 22.


"The Deserter." Hearing that hl3
mother Is in distress, he resolves to
desert the army.
"A Flurry in Furniture." A unique
"The Secret of the Miser's Cave." A
true story of the great Southwest.

to the Air Dome, besides seeing a fine

picture show.

me program ior tonignt is:
"A Brother in Arms." Military drama.
"The Sick Man from the East"; A
western subject.
"Thirty Days at Hard Labor." One
of the best comics of the season.



Sheriff Galloway returned late last
night from Fort McCoy, where he
worked hard all day yesterday, trying

George to discover' the slayer of P. J. Proctor.

the I Mr. Galloway had found nothine

You can save money by purchasing
second-hand and rebound books at the
Ocala News Co.

t Messrs. T. A. Carroll and o. L. An

derson of Jacksonville were at the
Colonial last night

Wanted, a girl, fifteen to eighteen
years old, to learn the drygoods busi business.
ness. business. Apply to M. Flshel & Son.

Mrs. W. F. Marlowe and little son.
Jesse Leon, have gone to Wade, for' a
visit to Mrs. Marlowe's mother.

FOR SALE One team of horses and


The funeral services4 of Mr,

Brown were well attended and

many sweet home grown flowers that J tangible, and of course, would not tell
covered the casket, showed the affec-J his suspicions, or even that he had

tionate esteem In which he was held by any.

nia mends. rne uaptist choir sang I Proctors house was about three

two of the hymns he most loved, "Safe J miles from Fort McCoy, and his near-

in the Arms of Jesus" and "Shall we lest neighbor was half a mile off. Mr.

Gather at the River." The pallbearers I Proctor was sitting at the table eat

were Judge S. Bulldck,-W. D. Cam, Ing. supper when shot He had come

John Edwards, L. F. Ballard. Frank jn late and was eating alone. ; His

Gates and Dr. Van Hood. Rev. C. C wife was sitting on the niazza out

Sheridan of the Baptist church con- j side. She heard the gun fire and her

ducted a touching and tender service, (husband fall and immediately ran to

and the poor little misshapen body was I him, but -of course saw no one. Mr

laid to rest In the old cemetery to Proctor was within a yard of a .win

await the resurrection morn, when hejdow when shot, and the assassin evi

will be strong and straight, to meet dently stood In not more than four

the Savior he loved and followed. yards of him when he fired. The'mur

derer used a shotgun, the load of

We would remind our readers of the I buckshot' from which struck Mr. Proe-

ppeal for Orphans" in a recent Issue I tor in he side, killing him Instantly.

ana. nope mere is uoi a reaaer 01 ine


paper who will fall to give something
to these needy little ones. Not one
v x

among us nuws uui mai our cnnuren Tiie hlg remodeling sale at G. A.

may some aay oe even as mese. so Nash's store is proving a great success

cast your oreaa upon me waters, notwithstanding the rainy weather.

.Messrs. j. u. iiooertson, J. is. Martin, r.,.,. rnva nt

well nlea.sed cus

V, T, Garyand W. D. Cam will gladly tomens are visiting the store each day.

receive ail coniriouiions. n you ran and the ereat ru.h ,3 antIcinated to

iu see iiirse Keiiiienien teim mem your I morrow

check by mail. Groceries and dry

i& Stone Company.

goods must be left at the home of Mrs.

Van Hood or Mrs. Lanier Robertson.

Apply to the Woodmar Hand ; f th VfMlne. ,om1..a ,,vinJ


G. W. Davis of Savannah and G. W.
Johnson of Birmingham are at the
Ocala Houss.

Mr. F. J. Lovell, the popular young
Sanford druggist, returned to his
home this afternoon.

PIIONES liS and 174

OCALA LODGE NO. 280, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Ludge No. 286. Benevolentahd
Protective Order of Elks, meets sec second
ond second and fourth Tuesday evenings In
each month. Visiting brethren always
welcome. Howell M. Hampton, E. R.
Joseph Bell, Secretary.



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

civil engikkeh,
v ; and contractor
.Accurate Building Flans. Blue Prlnu
nd Specifications made. Lands Sur Surveyed
veyed Surveyed and Platted. Close Estimates
tiada on Erection of Buildings of any
lharacter by contract or on commis commission
sion commission basis, writ or consult me at
Northwest Corner Oeala liens Block





nasreaee. Freight. Pianos, Furniture

- and Safes a Specialty. Careful and

Prompt Attention Ghen All Orders

' : A I



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

The host of friends of Mrs.
Gary will retrret to learn that
not so well.

f. n.
she is

Alma Zada Face Powder Is the best
we have to offer at 60c the box. The
Post Office Drug Stores.


Miss Winnie Hunt of Frank's store,
one of the most efficient and popular
salesladies in the city, is taking a
well-earned vacation.

Messrs. Knight & Lang have sold an
Overland touring car to Mr. E. E.
Dobbs, an Overland roadster to Mr. W.

O. .Brewer of Romeo, and an Overland
roadster to Mr. William Wolff.' the
Ocala traveling man.


lilic crs crc czly ccl tzlz tlccc t? v r
"Safe Depcsil VzzYS9 crc rccz cz- tF1- p-1"-
cocincl cicrcs r;c cs!:c fcr a year's rcntcl. in
cad cxaisc C:?o a3 czl parCcalars. 7-

l.:,'1' H. D". 8TOKE8. Caablar.

) : Y Y
Mm. E. Van II d. Edltnr)

and Foaai

the Balanee

WaatlnavY ; .
The saloon Is the ally of every sin
that walks, in darkness, of crime, of
gambling, of political trickery, of the
social evil. Speaking of the latter,
Mrs. J. K. Barney-woria,s W. C .T. U.
superintendent of penal. ; .charitable
and reformatory work, writes: "When "Whenever
ever "Whenever yon touch this open sore. of clv clv-Ul7ation,
Ul7ation, clv-Ul7ation, you touch the liqulr traffic. I
have spent midnight hours upon the
streets of large .cities searching for
lost girls and women, and never touch touched
ed touched hands with, one that I did not get
the odor of liquor. Ward politics are
conducted chiefly in saloons and the
saloon Is "the ally of every grafter. A
disgusted saloonkeeper dropped tiie

ment would pay so much per head for
their destruction. Y But the destroyer,
of our sons Is protected by laws; his
business la legalized., When the vot voters
ers voters of the country make th raising
of children 4 safe business then will
our .daughters become wives "and the
Jayful mothers of children, "and the
streets of the'eit shall be full of boys
and girls playing In the streets there-ot-RIchland
City (Ind.) Times.
. Yj;
rrllltln Party of PlwMa Y
At the recent prohibition convention
In Jacksonville the followfng pream preamble
ble preamble and platform' was adopted:
;The ivrohlbitlon party of Florida,
in convention assembled, at Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, Fla., June 25. A. D. 1912, ac acknowledging
knowledging acknowledging the Supreme Creator of
the Universe as its guide and director,
and Jesus Christ as its teacher. In :
duty to ourselves and our fellow men.
expressing our confidence In Ills sup
port and rendering thanks to 111m for
victories In the past, will go forward
in full assurance of success In those

the welfare of mankind and the ad

vancement of human happiness and
peace. We believe in,' and pledge our
party and Its candidates to do all In

FOR SALE A return ticket to

Washington, D. C, time limit July 13.

Price, .112. Circumstances- prevent

using same, Apply at Star pfflce.


Mr. J. R. Moorhead is drawing the
lines preliminary to paving Fort King
avenue to the city limits on the east.


"Mr. B. R. "Blltch, the School board
member from Blitchton, was In town
today. Interviewing Superintendent

Miss Ruth Nelson of Tampa, a for former
mer former popular Ocala girl, will be among
the guests at the "camp" on Lake
Weir next week.

Any one wishing the services of a

skilled office man, quick and accurate

with figures, writes excellent hand.

can secure name and address by apply-

ng at Star office.

Rexall Cold Tablets do the work.
Can give you the formula If you like.
25c. the package at the Post Office
Drug Store.

The attending physician this after

noon reports the condition of Messrs.

Mr. T. S. Williams, the father of W. V. Newsom, Albert Ilarrlss and


Mrs. Harry Dozier. had the misfor- Neil Ferguson all favorable

tune to stick a nail through his foot

some days ago. lie was in Trenton. I Keep a smile on your face during

Fla..:at the time of the accident and this .wet weather by using Dike's

came on to Ocala to be treated by lo- Peroxide Cream at the Court Tharm-

cal ..physicians. Mr. Williams is a lacy.

large melon shipper and has a crop

now awaiting his attention at Allen- Prof. N. I. Gottlieb, the Fraternal

dale, S. C. He Is now -resting quietly Union organizer, is home from South

after an operation on his foot at the Florida to visit his wife and daugh-

home of his daughter, Mrs. Dozier, and Iter

hopes to be able to return to his home

and business. I WANTED A Second-hard car. Must

be in first class condition. Four or

Miss A'rtye Mildred Marlowe enter

tained "a number of her friends last

evening from 8 to ll. In compliment to

Can furnish from one settlne fo one hr charming guest. Miss Etta. McMur-

thousand pure bred Rhode Island Red ir,e OI "- ner many lnteresi lnteresi-eggs
eggs lnteresi-eggs for hatching at 110 Der hundred. games and dancing, delicious re-

Ed -Carmioha! Ocala. liresnmenis were servea. ine nosiess

was assisted ny her motner, Mrs. Car-

Mr rilfTnrrt T'MhA nrhn la alwavs 1 nose enjoying AJ1SS JUriOWe S

I 1- 1 A V A. . '-

contributing to the public Interest. Is nospuamy were; jus cua aicur

trvinir to organize two or more ball tIe Miss Jessie Dunn. Miss Alda Grif

teams amona the boy scouts. There nn M1S3 "lancne Alison and Mr. Sam-

are enough young baseball enthusiasts uel Bowles, Mr. Ed Mott and Mr. Cart-

amonsr the scouts to make two verylwrisni

creditable nines with the necessary illss McMurtle will sail on the Mo

suhtUuts. and thpv eonld turn nut hawk on Friday for her home In Bos-

hiiat-na a ft.p manv venr-m n.pUni.

and wrote President Dickie 'liquor is principles which webelieve to be for

the promoter of nearly every evlL No
man but a full-fledged saloonkeeper
will ever know the inside of this ne-
firlnno Viii.ln.a, T In Ik. tlh

" their tvower for
Th law now milt xnmmnn t nrhlt1 In cr I "r power ior

saloons to have screens in their doors. ,T?e bo,1J,, the manufac-
So is the law .closing the saloons i"" "i'f. alcoho,,c IWuor. for
early In the evening. So are the laws beT "S r .
now found in nearly every state re- Y The lbollllo.n of the issuing of

... i litieruai revenue licenses in. ana ini

qumng temperance nstructlon la pub- h t of llQuors lnto terrlLo1.y
S.n V t i S f K whlcl1 haa declare1 gainst It. sale. :
tian, every patriot should Inform him- . .

lf rrrliT, hl atl1 rl1 WT.IJ- " iunR .... -..uii

ZZaJ. 72 7 2 ln luor and the owner of the build-
L'l $ temfpera?ce Iavwsf a" ing from which the liquor was sold to
see that they are enforced, work stead- -,,,,, M
llv for stricter laws and see that w ar,yne committing a crime while un un-uy
uy un-uy ror stricter laws and see that we der the lnflu.nce of alc0hoi; both re-
vo e for none but temperance candl- eponlble for damftgM to the perMnil
dates for public office. inlurd bv mm.

V "4. The strict enforcement of the ;
"The recent program of medical law against prostitution and the whlte
science has satisfied me that even the slave traffic' Y y
moderate use of alcohol is hurtful, and -. The Initiative, referendum and

t Vi a trtt.llll, n r A In. UtAlL.t...! a ,1 I t M.m . a

w cue imciictiuoi mnu o. ine auoiiiion oi me convici
nervous powers." Ex.-President Ellott lease system and the employment of
of Harvard, who formerly took the op- convicts on the roads of the state and :
poslte side. - Yw''Y v: the state farm. ; -,-o
. r ; j "7. ".The payment of Just and oqulta-.
"Beer, wine ana spirits furnish no tie wages to the "convict and the dlvl dlvl-element,
element, dlvl-element, capable of entering Into the sion of such wages in an equltabtei'

uviiitvsuiuu ui uiuuu, ujuBi'uiar uuer or manner uciween vnm lamiiy i ine can
anything Is the seat, of vital principle." vict and' the' person' !! Injured byi.Vtte
Baron Lleblg, the great 'German ehihi crime.- r f t di'la 4?li
1st. Y- 4 .."8. Equal suffrage, regardless of
Robert Chambers In the last chapter "S.T Government ownership of all
of his recent novel, "The Danger public utilities. s
Mark. puts "these words into the "10. Election of; president, vlca
mouth of a physician called upon .to president "and United States senators
prescribe for, a youth who had been by direct vote of the people.
ruined by drink: "This prescription Is "1L Equllable graduated income
not going to.cure you. Nothing that' I Inheritance tax.
can give you Is going to perform such "12. Parcels post to cover ". every
a mfracle unless you help, yourself, mall route.

You ask for plain words; I will tell L ?L ; Abolition of the free system "In
... .v.t . I ...... a :.!... iivj i. .1 )

uu mis, aicuuui la poison' na ll nu 17 wu w i uiures ana


some games well worth going to see. 1 iaK,ns wun ner uss Jiariowe, toinot and never had In any galse what iment ot just salaries to the pfficlAls m

be ner Kuest ior a counle or weeks. wr. th aitritt f nmr.Ti.Qtinr vainllleu therK.f. '

STRAYED From my nlace three Jacksonville Metropolis.

miles northeast of Oxford, one brown M1SS Jlir,owe 13 irom arion coun coun-mare.
mare. coun-mare. Anv one elviner information will ty and has many friends In Ocala : and

confer a favor on me. Address, John at her chlldhood home near Blitchton

MItchelbe, Oxford, Fla.

The old gag so often used for po

for Internal use. It Is not a food, it is I "1. Uniform text books free to ail

a poison. It isn't an aid to digestion pupils, y y ;
it Is a poison. It Isn't a life-saver,, it's "15. Plurality primaries in which all
a life taker. It's a parasite, forger, parties can nominate their 'candidates
thief, panderer, liar, brutallzer, mur- at the same time, the cost' of such' pri-
derer. There Isn't and there never has mary to be paid for by the counties

Mr. Austin Buxton of Burbank wasllitical purposes, of the cruelty of Flor-.heen a word to say for It or any ex-Ian state. In equitable proportion, thus

In town today. He Is well but some-1 Ida convict camps and the inhumanlcuse except morbid predisposition orlnfainfif It possible for a candidate to
- I .. I m m. . I A kA.AA. tU. A m.a

what peeved because a burglar broke treatment of guards is mostly rot We I self-Inculcated disposition- for swal-

In his house the other night and stole I believe that the employees have in I lowing It. You can take your choice.

five suits of clothes and other valua-lmind always the best treatment of the

We are sorry for him, but don't unfortunates possible. A private let- Oak. Fla.. June 12, 1912.

he came to have so ter to a friend in Ocala from Mr E. R. I Editor W. C. T. U. Department: I

Robinson, who was sent to the camp at! have been reading thi W. C. T. U. de-

Terrell some three weeks ago says: 1 partment each week with Interest, and


understand how
many clothes.

come before the people without such

great expense.
"16. Believing that the prohibition
party is the only one expressing all
these great reform movements, and
therefore the only one for which any-'
one believing in these principles can

The VIctrola to be given away at the,4I have been treated fine bere; have nojam sending an article clipped from an J conscientiously cast his vote, we Invite

Air Dome next Saturday night Is now reason for complaint. The work Is J Indiana paper which I would like ai lo etana wun us ana mus protest

on display in Mr. A. .Lansford's

window. See It.

Rev. T.unvan Stenh-ns of Plant Cltv. nve passenger,

who has been called to the pulpit of eueview, r ia

the Ocala church, has gone to Atlanta

for a brief visit. Returning tomorrow.

he will stop in Lake City to attend

the B. Y. P. U. encampment, and Is ex

pected in .Ocala next Friday. Rev. L

B. Warren will preach for the Ocala

Baptists next. Sunday.

Address, J. D. Carter,

It Is not only a question what pos

terity has done for us. but why didn't
ancestry round off the. street corners

hard and the heat is something fierce, much to'iee published, not only In thel31384 the -union of the government
but the manager and the guards do all Star, but In every paper In our land.w,th T,c nd crime, and elect officials

they can for us, and are very kind. This Is a phase of the race-suicide puD,lcir P100 agajnsi ucn union.

question that has possibly never been ana niace a P"y in power wnipn nas

given a thought. How dare man ques- Ior Ioriy years neen xn onI party ex-

tion woman's right to refuse to eo P,rM,in useii against tne unnoiy ai-

h- I IIQTItA T tna1f AMAH Sk A 1 nnlll Innl


rei cu.iiers h atmHiHnn. aa thsv Mnnot '. Y'" l" ""li,o.

so we could run our autos with fewer t, .u. Xi. I down to the very gates of death tol""". ... ...


You get prompt and accurate pre prescription
scription prescription service at the Court Phar

macy. Instruct your physician to

leave your next one with them.

reach the diseased portion of the ear.

There Is only one way to cure deaf

ness, and that is by constitutional

remedies. Deafness is caused by an

! Inflamed condition of the mucous lin

ing 9 V. a M n av. Ka TTViam V 1 a

tube is inflamed you have a rumbling lH 1 It FUrlh .f .Ugger. humanity. Cst

bring that most precious of all created I parues' n auiance wnicn can oniy

things, a little Innocent child. Into ajPqc sin ano crime as its progeny,
world that man has not made fit to I

receive It? Oh, big, strong man, why! MAKES THE NATIOX OA1P

not use the power which you boast, tbl Th awful list of Injuries on a

Messrs. J. C. Dupree and E. D. Rou

and the three little Rous of Kendrick

were in town today to see Superin Superintendent
tendent Superintendent Brinson on school matters.

Superintendent of Schools Brinson
left this afternoon for Gainesville to

attend the meeting of the executlv

rcommlttee of the Florida Educational

Association, which will arrange a pro

gram for the meeting of the associa
tion in Ocala the last week in Decern

ber. He was Joined on the train by

Prof. W. N. Sheats of Lakeland, sue

cessful candidate for state superin

tendent, and Prof. R. L. Turner, super

intendent for Citrus county and secre

tary of the association. These gen

men were bound on the same erra
Prof. Brinson.

Plain and fancy sewing done with

neatness and satisfaction. Apply to

Mrs. W.. ,S. Miller. 52 South Watula.

Phono 4 45. ;

The members of the Jolly house-

party who have been "enjoying life"
on North Lake for the past ten days,
came home on the noon train. Tomor

row the "next set" will go down and
occupy the same comfortable quarters
for a week.

Foley Kidney Pills

Give prompt relief from BACKACHE,
BLADDER and all annoying URINARY
IRREGULARITIES., A positive boon to
- tL k. Davl 627 WasLlnrton St., Connersville,
ad., is in his 5th year. He wriw-s n: "I hvs
ately suffered much from my iidue ana Mao
der I hd severs baekacbessnd my Liduy actton
wns too treqnent, caorfn m Vo loss much sleep
at nigiit, and in my bladder there was constant
rsia. I took Foley Kidney Pills for sne tims,
sud am now f r of all trout.!? and strain able to
be up and around. Foley Kldasy Pills mj
tilths! rsoommaadation.
Said hr tke" Asll-Mtstfsl' Dragstor

The Court Tharmacy Is on the Job.

Let them know your wants by tele

nhone and then your trouble ends,

Phone 284



Mr. Jos. E. Wilson, of Starke, the

Remington typewriter man, Is In the
city. High water compelled him to
leave his car at home, this week and

make his rounds by rail.

I mrtVA th A&vfla f m

sound or Imperfect hearing, and when Y 1 ".;". VC-I wf. : ww".r

.niLiivsvnnr-L ii ill i ii inn rii i i ixiitvii nao nn y rw -e tt stri'i a nn i an

lit Is entirely closed, deafness Is the re-

snares set to trip Innocent feet. Do J ful healing, by Bucklen's Arnica Ealvev

SlV.i"d rtTT. en. and race suicide will be a cuts, bruises, bullet wound, or explo-

FOR RENT The Bell residence, 198

East Adams street: two-story, seven

rooms and bath. Apply to Joseph Bell,


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

thing of the past. Y An Oak Reader.

' Raee SatHde

Of late I have read various articles

sions. Its the quick healer of bolls, ul
cers, eczema, sore lips or piles. 2Ss. at
Tydings & Company.

The Moose held a well attended

meeting last night. This lodge Is pay

ing Its sick benefits- right on the nail

and has helped out many unfortunate

brethren lately.

nothing but in inflamed condition of Jin regard to race suicide. In these
the mucous surfaces. (the woman Is. charged with having

We will give one hundred dollars fori lost the God given desire to become a

any case of deafness (caused by ca-lwife and mother. Various reasons are

tarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's (assigned for this, but I have not seen

1 jam 1

Catarrh Cure. "Send for circulars free. I what I believe to be the greatest

F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. Sold bylcause for this loss. Is It not because I

druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family lour nation has refused to protect the

Pills for constipation. Ihome that the American woman re-


Ocala Lodge No. est. Meets each
Thursday night In hall In Gary block.
a. F. Mershoiw Dictator.
L 'tapp. Secretary. ;
COXCX)R1ia IX) DC! 13 V. V. A.

Concordia Ixdge. Fraternal ITnlon of

When In Jacksonville stop with Mrs.

E. L. Maloney, at the Glrard, No. 11

East Duval street, just off Main. Best

75c room In the city, j

The families of Doctors Dozier and

Peek will spend two months from the
middle of July till September in one j
of the popular Connor cottages on

North Lake Weir.

fuses to become a wife 'and mother? I America, meets in Tonge's Hall on the


I c . . i ..aahi "TO ii,.. v ... In Ar m a f n

Mrs. J Davis Marlln. who had been wepu prayea ana pexiuonea our r iln f -TiVVlor V M

Chaa K. Sage. Secretary.

I-...- a m

in Ocala and made many friends dur- siaie ana national government 10 inrow
in her winters stay, will' leave onaround the homes of this country

Monday of next week for an extended jsome protection from the greatest I foftx KIXG CAMP ISO 14W

visit to her mother in Erie. Pa.


I.arge Tucket Cottolcne fl.30
Medium Rucket Cottolene .-...n

Three p.ickages Jollo and Ice Cream


Throe Packages Lipton's Jelly Tab

let ..2T

The uniform success that bas attend

ed the use of Chamberlain's Colic.

Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has 1 Three Packages Sunbeam Corn

made It a ravorite everywhere, it can Flakes

always be depended upon. For sale by Three Cans Sc. Gold Evaporated Milk

all dealers. I for loe

Three Cans Dutch Cleanser 2Se

FOR RENT A four room house, fur- xhre Cans Van Camp's Hominy. .ZT

nlshed; for rent all summer and prob-ljfo. 3 Size Tomatoes, per can ..12e

ably all next winter. Rent cheap to Best Creamery Butter, per pound.. s.e

right party. Apply 44 North Sanchez Three Pounds Tub Butter f1.00

street. -21-6t I1SH pounds Granulated Sugar for.f LOO

14 pounds Whole Grain Rice for.. M

It Js worse than useless to take any J Five gallons oil ,..oe

medicine internally for muscular orjone package Heckers Oat Meai..lOe
chronic rheumatism. All that Is need- I star Hams, per pound 17He

edols a free application of Chamber-Full Cream Cheese, per pound 20e

Iain's Liniment. Fr sale by all dealers.

We take pride In our prescrVUcn

department and it Is our earnest deIre

to give you lust what your doctor

wants you to have. In the purest ar.l

freshest drugs obtainable. Send or

phone the Court Pharmacy.

-ua t-H TaowU-R w Coh$tifatioi



Mrs. Hatchell is now visiting her

daughter. Miss Grace., in Balnbrldge. I

Ga. They are both delighted with the

place and Miss Hatchell has a fine po- j



Curse the world has ever known. But

instead of granting her request "this

i ianu w me iree ana ine some oi inei ,.

brave- has gone Into partnership wlth.,e y1 at t o'clock Friday evening,
the home destroyer, so the only reply (June 14th. at Tonga's HalL

weeping, petitioning womanhood re-July 12th,. at Yonge'e HalL

Chas. KL'Bage. Clerk.

Icelves is: Go make homes, be patient.

bear children, and each year you will

lay about 100.000 of them in drunkard's

graves, and we can not tell how many W4r4'tt4r&hW

Lucius Montgomery, wbo elevated so

much Sheol yesterday, spent the night

in jail and was brought before Re- j

corder Izlar this morning. He was i

arraigned on the three changes of be-


For everyday have our

ing d. and d.. resisting an officer and supply your table; the best of prime

carrying concealed weapons. On the jcuts and best selected poultry the

first charge he was lined 925 and costs, 1 quality you want and always at low-

the second was suspended and theest of market prices.

third continued. I You buy right when you phone us

the order try us now. Phone .108.

A new supply of hair brushes just In

at the Court Pharmacy. We Invite

your inspection before you buy. ...

- W. IL MARSH, rrnyrletnr.

we will place in almshouses, county
Jails,- penitentiaries and insane asy asylums.,
lums., asylums.,
It Is not because woman loves a

poodle dog better than a baby that she
choses the dog. but If she pays the

tax and puts a collar on her dog she
Is protected by the laws from the dog
slayer. But tell me. If you can. how

a mother, can protect her boy. She
went down to the; gates of death to
give him birth. She counts this as
naught for the Joy that a man child
Is born. She watches over nim, sleep

ing and waking, warns him of the
dangers of the Intoxicating cup, but

it avaiietn not. Ere' the blush, of
youth has left hi cheek she sees him

offered a sacrifice on the altar of the
nation's, greedy What wonder, that wo woman
man woman buys a ranch, goes Into sheep
raising instead of raising boys? Wool

growers are protected, and If the
wolves should abound our govern-

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OcAliA EVENING BtAiU JCXE 28, 1912


A" page of argument will not convince you you-but
but you-but one glass of V




will make ?o aiinit that Uua is tie one best Beer. YouH
.! J vnu tried it. too. At most bar and cafe.

Order it by nme jat once. : Barbarossa is iU own best argument and

its own best salesman. Family Trade Promptly Supplied.
.'Phone or postal.

. 23 South Magnolia St.,
t Phone 29.T, Oeala, Florida






(By Louis Joseph Vance)

At the same time, make the Beautiful Ocklawaha River
Trip, one of the most beautiful, weird and picturesque trips
in the United States Hundreds of the Marion County
People' do not realize what they have missed, Do not neg neglect
lect neglect the pleasure any lodger.


will leave Silver Springs at 8:30 a. m. July 3rd, for Palatka.

' There will be ample accomodations aboard for all, shade
" and shelter and snecial accomodations and attention for

the ladies and children. Elegant mezlls served on board,

including in the fare, which is $5.00 FOR THE ROUND

TRIP., ... ...
. Boat arrives at G p. m., spenda the night, and all day
of the Fourth in Palatka. ;N Leaving Palatka on the return
trip at C p. m. the Fourth, arriving at the beautiful town of
;Welaka at 8:30 p. m.t where the night will be spent; leaving
; there at 8 a m. the 5th, arriving at Silver Springs at 5 p. m.
The Ocala Band will be on board and supply music along
the way. Tickets can be purchased at the Ocala House.
Ask for Wilbur Cleveland who will supply any other
Information desired. Tickets must be secured before morn morn-ing
ing morn-ing of 3rd. Take the trip. No care, no worry; everything
' provided; three days of rest and recreation and the prettiest
trip in the south for $5.

Call up Phone 300 and Lei ns Give an Estimate on Your


We Guarantee to Save Yon Money on Any Work in Our Lines
Aa -we employ none ant expert we are la position to gaarautee ev
ery pleee of work; we eoaatroet to atand the lapeetlon of the mo
Held laapeetora. It eoiita nothing to set oar figure, and yon are tUe
winner, whether we secure the eoatrart or not. Give ua a trial.

uanny placed the table between
them with considerable expedition.
"Aw, Hsthen now. he pleaded. "While
Mlsther Dravos was 'tendin' to Cecile,
this Missis Prynne was scrappin like
a wildcat, scratching and bitln', and
'tis all I can do to kape her by wrap wrap-pin
pin wrap-pin roe arms tight about her and hold hold-in
in hold-in her so, and Tm makin' a grab at
her waist whin be accident like what
do I catch hold av but something un un-demathe
demathe un-demathe as big as a hln's egg a
stone she's carry in round her neck,
the same as yer honor did wid the
Pool as Flame; and be the feel av ut
ut's the same entirely; and thin I'm

-sure 'tis the same and thot some scul-

duggerys be way av havln been put
upon ye.
"What the divvle!"
"Wan momint more..-. . Now
in fightin wid me the collar ay her
waist has come unfastened and me me-self
self me-self can see the string av ribbon that's
holding the thing there. So I sez to
mesilf, ez Tls strange enough to

bear investigatinV bzI, 'an I'll be
takin a chanst at this if the masther

do be afther fiayln me alive. So I
calls Mlsther Dravos and gets him to
hould her. fast while I takes out me
knife and cuts that ribbon and pulls
the thing out widout any immodesty
whatever; and there on thot ribbon is
a chamois-case, all sewed up, and I'm
rippln it open an finding this!"
"God In Heaven! cried O'Rourke,
stupefied and agape; for Danny, hav having
ing having worked up to his climax, had dra dramatically
matically dramatically whipped from his pocket and
cast upon the table between them the
Pool of name.
He looked up, blind to the glee and
triumph in Danny's face.
"How did ye come be this?" he de

manded, speaking slowly and steadily, j
as one who, having drunk more than j
enough, listens to his own enunciation j
to detect in it the slur that liquor liquor-brings.
brings. liquor-brings. "I mean I mean how could

ye have taken this from the woman j
when it lay all the time at the bottom I

of the sea six hundred miles and
nlore behind us?"
"Ask Mlsther Dravos if ye do not
belave me, sor. How would I be bav bavin
in bavin it at all, widout I got it like I've
told ye? . Tis the real Pool of
Flame ye're handlln'; that's sure.
T'other one the stone the serang
flung into the say, sor, was a counter counterfeit."
feit." counterfeit."
"How do ye know that?"
'Aisly enough, yer honor; be puttin'
the maid Cecile on the witness stand.
'Twas this way: I tuk the stone from
Missus Prynne and Mlsther Dravos
and mesilf locked her in her cabin.
Thin afther talkin' things over we let
Cecile out and be dint av threats and
persuashlons, got her to tell what she
"Go oi ."
"She sez thot Frinchman 'ye kilt
back there in Algiers, sor, is at the
bottom av it all, only he's not did be

cause ye aidn t make a ciane jod av

ut, but lift him wid the laste susphie-

ion av the breath av life in the body

av him."

"I was afraid of that,' nodded

O'Rourke. "The next time we meet.

Des Trebes and I, there'll be no mis

take about It."

"She sez thot befure he fought wid
ye he'd taken measureraints av the
stone and made a wax mould av ut,

or them, Mrs. Prynne and the maid?
Are they still locked up safely?,
"Divvle a bit, yer-honor. 'Twas im impossible
possible impossible to kape them so, Dravos said,
wid Missu3 Prynne threatening to yell
bloody murther out av the poort and
kick up such a row thot the authori authorities
ties authorities wud be down on us If we didn't
let her go. Besides, we'd got what we
wanted out av her, and pwhat was the
use av holdln her anny longer?"
"So ye let them go T'
"I could kiH ye for itT said



P. E. McCLANE, M. D.


In Clinic Diseases

Specialist In Diseases of Eye,
Nose, Throat and Lungs


Ocala, Florida

Office, 833. V,
Dr. McClane's Residence, 407.

Dr. Stewart's Residence, 52.
Notet Calla made by apeelal appointment
after T p. nu each day.


Suite 1 to 7 Holder Block. Southwest

Corner of Tubllc Square

Special Genlto Urinary Clinic


The entire equipment of an auto as the

articles occur to you. They come 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.

- HofMs Aotto Sales Co.
North of Government Buildinn Ocala. Fla.

; ; ;'::V:V; r-U.nion Square
Clean, Comfortable, Convenient and Home-Like Hotel, on
'' the American and European Plans.
American Plan, 13 per day and up. European rian, $1.00 per day and up.
'I Special Weekly -nates. v, V


"God In Heaven! Cried O'Rourke.
so thot whin he failed to kill yersilf
and had got his strength back, he wint
to Paris and had an lmltashun av ut
made there somehow be fusing jchape
stones together and all thot, I belave.
"Twas IxplnsiTe an him tight up for
money, so he takes Missus Prynne in into
to into partnership and she puts up the

cashK Thin they've been watchin

yersilf all the time, sor they sets
Cap'n Hole onto ye to get the stone
away, and he does It like ye know.

Afther ye escaped from the Pelican,

he goes ashore and mates the lady
at her hotel and daylivers the stone
to her, getting his pay and the imita imita-ehun
ehun imita-ehun Into the bargain, he inslstin on
thot because he knows ye'll be comin'
back for the Pool av Flame, and he's
afraid ar ye afraid ye'll kill him if
he can't turn over a ruby to ye like
the wan he stole. So 'twas the faked
stone we tuk from him "thot same
night and the same we brought aboard
the Bane and the same the serang
sthole from ye.'
"I begin to see. But how about the
serang? What did Cecile have to say
In explanation of him?"
"She couldn't account for him at
all, sor, save thot inebbe the natives
In Rangoon had somehow got wind av
the fact that the stone was comin
back and a gang av thim set out to
stale ut. She sez Missus Prynne niv niv-er
er niv-er cud account for the way they dis discovered
covered discovered she had ut, but they seemed
to know pretty certain sure, sor, for
ye'll recall they nirer bothered ye at
all at first, and 'twas only be chanst,
like, thot the'serang got the lmltashun
from ye
"But what about Des Trebes? Did
the maid say?"
"No more than he'd been lift In
Paris, sor."
"And what 'ev ye done with the two


UKourKe. "ana Dravos, too; lor
there's a deal of matters Td like to
be In quiring. Into with the lady .this
blessed minute." But, Danny boy,
there's nothing la the "world I cant
forgive ye now, for what ye're done
for me, and 'twill be a. strange thing
if I don't serve ye handsomely when
I come Into a fortune. ... Now
don't be standln there like a ninny,
but be off with ye and pack me things
before I lift me hand to ye. Tis la
haste we arewlth Des Trebes alive
and Mrs. Prynne on the loose; and
thereU be no such thing as rest for
either of us until we reach Rangoon.

(Continued Tomorrow)


'Hie Beer of Quality

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South Lake Weir. June 27. Miss

Albertson, who has been vilsting bere

for the last week, returned" to her

i home In Candler Saturday.

Mrs. C E. Brown and Miss Beatrice

Rossiter of Ocala came down Tuesday

to be the guests of Mrs., Brown's par

ents for a week.

On Tuesday evening Miss Irene

Gates grave au party to "quite a few of

her many friends in honor of. her sis

ter. Mrs. C. E. Brown, and Miss Ros

slter of Ocala. It was a very en joy a

ble affair. One of the features of the

evening was a flowery contest which

afforded much merriment and the first

prize was awarded to Mr. Earl Lytle

and Miss Myrtle Hickey. Cake and Ice

cream was served and all departed

thinking Miss Irene for her hoepi

tality. Those present were Mr. and

Mrs. J. M. Douglass.. Mrs. C. E. Brown,

Misses Beatrice Rossiter, Myrtle Hick

ley, Bath Dickinson, WJnme Aioertson.

i Lottie Blacky Louise Albertson. Har

riett Simpson, Grace Simpson, Messrs.

SanvKelsey. Carl Lytle, Carl Smith, R.

H. Gano, K. P. Gano, Fred Black, Leon

Simpson, Edwin Albertson, Ernest

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its vclsc. 'r.:'TtIs applies lo a hesse as izzCi zi cZjZJizj d:.
D arable bailders hardtvarc. lie fcesf class, n:;i c::-l!2 r--even
tie clae acd nails and lie way yea lx C: C::rs ''czl Cz
sasbes ; makes all lie difference bclwcta a tv::i tzztczl In:
Jcb and a piece oi work that may maie ptcI Izzz'i 1 ;
Cboose all yonr materials With care ct Cczj Ircn a C :
like cars a sleek liat has been bcat f cr YCU trcczii V. j
know what a well finished fob means.
IaiPiioini Mai?Eilwai?3 Geo

npHE waiter knows that
he is serving a dis discriminating
criminating discriminating guest when

ordered to bring Pabst

Blue Ribbon" Beer.

This is the beverage beyond
compare, and is appropriate for

all times and occasions. Whole

some and refreshing a delight

to the eye and the palate the

perfection of brewing.

Belleview,, June 27. June 19th Judge

Hopkins united in marriage Oliver S,

Snell of Candler and Miss Elva Barcus

of Belleview at the- home of the

! bride's parents in Belleview.

On the 20th Thos. L. Haines pur-

I chased the meat business of Preston


W. P. Abhire has hired the Ice house,

intending to keep a sufficient amount

of ice on hand to supply all that may
wish to purchase.

The two cases of the state vs. Mary

Harris were tried on the 21st and re

sulted in an acquittal. in both cases.
The town hall was crowded with col

ored people and considerable feeling

was shown.

Mr. John 'Brown of Wlldwood hjis

made a short visit to his nephew.

Ellas Brown.

Judge Hopkins Is. having verandas

put on the east and south sides of his

West Front street house, new doors
put in, fence built, mosquito frames

put to the doors and windows, and is

to paint, the house.

J. L. TVhisenant has been collecting

the county delinquent personal tax.

Rev. Mr. Lane and wife left on the

25th for their five weeks' outing at St.


On Monday, July 1st, J. P. --Hard 1 son

is to go to St. Petersburg to remain

over the 4th. He will be the guest of
William Tatroe, formerly of Belleview.

J. J. Nelson is having: a barn built

on his land adjoining: the county road.

J. L. Lyles Is doing: the work.

J. A. Freeman has the timber out to

build a barn on his land one mile
southwest of town.

The Mayo sawmill has suspended

operations until after the 4th.

; They are the kind that don't leak. Guaranteed absolutely water waterproof
proof waterproof and will not crack or atlck. We will cheerfully refund purchase
money or sive 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 bug-g-y tops. There Is no reason why you should not
protect yourself against the wet weather and prevent sickness and
doctor bills. ". ...

Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy and children ID. 0. Arnslon, A. D

of Summerfield have spent a few days

visiting: Mr. and Mrs. William Mill


Last Sabbath was Children's Day at

the Methodist church. The exercises
were interesting: and there was a g-ood


David and Daniel Stanley continue

putting- down wells on Heather Island.

Roy Freeman started a few months

ago in the pigeon business -commenc

ed with two, and now has some thirty
pigeons and a number of squabs." On

the 24th as Zeb Freeman passed the

pHgeon house he noticed a commotion

inside, and found a snake swallowing

a. squab. Zeb called his father and

.they killed the snake. It was a coach'

whip, six feet eight Inches long. To
reach the squab in the upper part of

the building the' snake must have

raised up five feet.

The Freemans have a large quantity

of fine peaches, which they are selling

at very reasonable prices.

W. R. Bryant starts for Springfield,

Mo on the 1st day "of July. It Is

twenty-two years since he left his na

tive state and this will be his first re


The class iu singing closed the term

the night of the 25th.

r Commercial Bank Building, Ocala, Fla.
The only specailized Business Collefie la Central Florida

$35.00 for life scholarship, Commercial or Stenenrapiy cenrt:

$25.00 for fifteen weeks vacation ccarse.
Visit the College and investigate. Telephone 451

17. P. Garrell,

President. e Pria. Ccn'l lz:X

1 $65 Dining; Room Set. Table, Chairs and Closet, like nw ..i..C.CC

1 Mahogany Parlor Set, 3 pieces, loose cushions, only ,
1- Wicker Parlor Set, 6 pieces, good condition, only ....

16-hole' Steel 'Range, with reservoir, pood condition .... ....

1 Home-Made Desk and Dook Case, ftlass doors, only ........

1 Second Hand Organ, $17. Another for only . . . .

1 Phonograph, and 6 Records, only. ...... .-. ... ..

1 used Graphophone and 5 Records, Bargain at only .........

1 used Graphophone and 8 Records, very cheap at

Lot of used Records, some good as new, at .20c, 30c, 40c


Graphophone Needles, soft tone. 200 for loc

Mosquito Canopies, Steel Frames, largo size, $1.00; for Iron teds, $.!.

SMITH'S Back of Variety Store

Effective June Sib


Ocala MoFflltoeFint Rautarcsil

will sell round trip tickets from, all points on Ua line at

11 v i. X
one way rate, on Sunday only
. Gen; Pass. Atz!

Bottled only at the
brewery in crystal
clear bottles, showing
at a glance that it
is clean and pure.

Oxford, June 27. Mr. Gradie Terry

and wife left for Ocala Monday, and
from there they expect to spend a few

days with Mr. Terry's mother, Mrs. C.

N. Terry at Levon, before returning


Mrs. B. F. Borden and children of

Ocala, after spending several days

with relatives, returned home last Sun

day, accompanied by Mr. Borden, who

, came down Saturday night to join

them on their return home.

Mrs. M. T. LaVeigme died at the

home of her son," J. T. LaYeigne Tues
day morning after an illness and con'

j finement to her bed for about three
months. The funeral services were

i held at the Methodist church Wednes

day morning, at 10 o'clock, and con

ducted by Bro. Blocker, pastor of the
M. E. church. The body was; laid to

rest at Tine Level cemetery. Mrs. La-

eigne was a great lover of flowers

and never was there one laid away at

Oxford that was any more thought of.

! by the beautiful flowers Of all kinds

by many friends. She leaves only one

son. but many grand-children aad Tn SAVANNAH." GA 1...



This is tac beer for your home
Phone or write
Keating & Co.
25-28 Maine Street r
Phone 22

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great-grandchildren to mourn for her

Although she had been in poor health

many years, she was always busy do

ing something 'for some of them, and

will be greatly missed by alL

Mr. Roy Snowden and Miss Zora

Ttevia' drove down to Wlldwood Fri

day afternoon and were quietly mar

ried. Seems there was some objec

tions by the young lady's father, but

all in vain and the old man returned

home without his daughter. ro use

to lock the barn when the' horse Is
gone. They spent a day or so with

home folks, then left for Inverness to

spend a while.

Ihr .V, ItVr. Tu wiZZ Tickets a sale Jnly 2nd. Tina! limit Jcly 17fc. Tickets Kill

They came down to attend the funeral
of Mrs. LaVeigne, as she Is Mrs. Tace's







be coed cn refjular fraiss coins zz$ rctnrcir.3

Whooping cough Is not dangerous

when the cough is kept loose and ex

Iain's Cough Remedy. It has been used

In many epidemics of this disease -with

perfect success. For sale by dealers.

Fcr tickets cr bf erection, cell cn cecresi A. C. L ticket

c 0 j. g. nnuro. d. p. n.,


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