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
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Ocala, Fla.
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )


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

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Thcus-Zachry Co. vol 19.
NO. 25.





IterellBK lrlpllon f Afcrlralf aral
II1imIm TlrMMlls la
Mirioa (oaalr

Klchard II. Edmonds' in the Manufac Manufac-turera
turera Manufac-turera Itecord)

jacin(3 a "rule-of-thumb" ?ngi ?ngi-neJ
neJ ?ngi-neJ .the story goes. General
jaJa(in Ws irmr a bridge
i,ulhol had never been trained
asineer, bul who had remarka remarka-Ijli.v1
Ijli.v1 remarka-Ijli.v1 to ,-get H ere" in bridge
frwt fr Aha frtr cr irn Tar, l

orders, to his engineering

nrannro nl911l fnt" ItniWIiricr o

jjlrosg the river, in rder that

jjl inigui, hio: uu one 01 us

marches.- The old bridge

without waiting for the plans

nsineer, rushed his men on

and before the engineers had

out scientifically how the constructed across

r, Jackson was moving hi3

over tile bridge which his old

bride builder had hastily
into flaee.

JefferBnvDarls ind the "ktone

Uacksot who are now united in

al wor are known as Jefferson

Youngja farmer of Cecil coun-

arylaml and Thomas Jackson

.z- Ocala, Fla, May 20, 1912. ;
Three object lessons of interest.

not to the south alone, but to the
whole country, are to be found in
some great farming operations near
this place, lly many persons tfiis
state has been accounted. fitable
mainly for citrus fruit growtyfr or ear early
ly early vegetables, but in MarioV couuty,

of which Ocala la the- c&unty seat,
demonstrations are being-made whicli
show that in Florida and what is

true of this state is true of, many oth

er parts of the south not now given U
diversified agriculture there are un

imt.,i Hiiiittut'"fnii'. hrrtn,i n pri-fcwall h'lo of (Jadsden, Ala

cultural work, which, means much tof two 4 lound a tract of about
r the prosperity of the south and tor'acres otbvertloweu land in Ma-
the lessening of the demand of this county, jlorida, through which
section upon tne west Ifor. food foi Dklawahl river ran its tortuous
man and beast. 5e with nore crookedness than
These three object lessons are worfm's horn. In its windings the riv riv-thy
thy riv-thy of some elaboration! .The gtoriould not arry off the water rap rap-!
! rap-! of each is interesting. These storicj enough t prevent an overflow ot
deal with farming operations of athe bottordand, which in times or
-''entirely different character, and. y(h water vs covered with water
f each in its own way is. a type of ( m knee d4 to waist deep. It
" kind of work which can be made is, indeed, lake, but these men
;r yield very big results through the d the visio'to see that if it could
versification of Bouthern agricultu drained It ould make a principal-
.the reclamation of overflowed 1 for farm rations. They asked
and the utilization of cut-over lanj number of igineers to devise a
t '' a,u Ian, but mos.f the monly suggested
" Some Rec amation Work and Its ra
j uJt jow not to dthe work, and so, not
, '" tnding the rig man to tell them how
Jefferson Davis ( and fJtonewr ju- lt themselves. On
Jackson are again in partnec i 5000.acre tract trom
, working this time with erea)rXjch "tnere is a considerable rise in
. and much success for the maTi( plevation of the land, they cut a
vancement of the south.hehannel wUn a dredge
working with an.ener'whichrfjt tnV rrver"; and cutting
ed the career coresident Davrrdltft"BOUrceV;hen tney built
- General Jackson, and with ajJ ii,m(int tn n nvr.

ow, anotJJen they carried the dredge

neering skill which reminds

storv once told about "Stoni

traigh, through into the river and

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and west, and some of it from Cana Canada,
da, Canada, every step made in the growing of
a home supply of hay, is of more than
local concern it is state-wide in its
Inquiry as to the health of men who
are working in these great stretches
of what had been overflowed land de developed
veloped developed the fact that-with '25 or 20
men thus employed during the last
three years, the aggregate amount of
siekness on the whole place has not
exceeded ID days. In ptra this is at attributed
tributed attributed to a rule enforced as strictly
as possible that fue men shall not
drink sunace water. At the little
camp on the rising ground which
overlooks the dfained land there is a
i;0-foot well, which passed through
some T.O or 10 feet of clay and then
some distance through solid rock,
striking a strong How of very line wa water.
ter. water. Kvery man Is provided wita
what is known as a "South African
water bag," althougn it is made in
Portland, Oregon. This bag. whicn is
large enough to hold one or two gal gal-Ions,
Ions, gal-Ions, is made of cotton duck or socio
similar material. Kvery worker
white or black, on the place is requir
ed to fill one of these bags when he
goes out into the field, and to hang it
in the air. In this way it does not ab absorb
sorb absorb the heat of the sun, but is cooled
by the winds which almost constant constantly
ly constantly sweep over that section. None of
the men are allowed to drink out of
the water bag of another. If any man
forgets to carry his water bag into the
field he is compelled to go back and
get it, and is docked for the time thus
lost. It 13 believed that to this en-;
forcement of the drinking of pure
water very much of the remarkable
healthfulness of the men employed on
the place must be attributed.
This land produces luxuriantly
corn, oats, alfalfa, sugar cane, onions,
potatoes and other leading crops. The
first cutting of alfalfa this season
and this is the first- year gave a
yield of one and one-half tons per
acre, and five or six cuttings are ex expected
pected expected during the jear. As alfalfa
hay is worth in Florida in the neigh neighborhood
borhood neighborhood of $30 to $40, comment on




-er ff0Ts"3 oiu river bed made by
' L?tfe"Tb this new straight channel

man promptly resulted in

This disorder is due to a torpid liv'

nvolving the stomach and bbM

To correct the trouble take



When the complexion i9

you have spells of vertigo (b

gers) on stooping or rising;
and your bowels are irreg
much flatulence (windintli

you are badly in needofj

Liver Regulator. The lif

cause of all the trouble anc

liver is at fault, there is nof

effective. Simmons Liver
quickly restores sound, h'

bowels; sweetens the bifsl

digestion and brings bacV

hue of health to the com

Sold by Dealers. Price, .large

A.k tor It tliM with Mm f b; I I
yum caomtl ft it, romil to .-
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om the whole property

uch an extent

Jches could be cut. As

th6 uTrCTe "cut its way in making the

channel it threw the dirt toward the
land, to be reclaimed. Parallel with
the levee thus constructed, a ditch
was cut to catch the seepage water.
From this ditch to the old bed of the
river laterals were cut at regular in intervals.
tervals. intervals. Three years ago -when Jefferson
Davis Young tried to cross this bot bottom
tom bottom land the water for much of the
distance was up to his waist.
Two years ago work on the chan channel
nel channel had proceeded far enough to show
that It would be successful. The oth other
er other day four automobiles drove over a
considerable part of this land, follow following,
ing, following, for a greater part of tne distance,
the farm roads, which, though heavy
by reason of recent rains, were easily
traveled without inconvenience, a:nl
then these motor cars passed over
long stretches of fields, where roads
had" never been made, crossing oat
felds, .where the reaper had done its

work put through alfalfa iie:ds, and
to a point where haavily-

Fresh Sliriir
Fresh an

Water j
Best Mcrs ;
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in thJ
. Chas.. nrlfa?tor

V. B. KE& CO.
(Forracrlv tiobcrls);-:

Funeral D; and



Lady Assisf required
Calls AnswPOyIfl'W
or Day, iH1 Ci,y
Parlors Lfvccn Ideal
Theater fss Office
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Ioaled wagons were hauiing a heavy
yield of oats from land which two
years before was under water.

iiln a native, not familiar with

ssibilities of reclamation, -first

ti what these two men were doing,

I he said to a neignoor that he had sreen

wo Yankees who were wasting their

money trying to dry up a piece of
land. When this remark was repeat repeated
ed repeated to one of them, he sent back the
ply: ""lease tell your friend that
one of us is named Jefferson Davis
and the other 'Stonewall' Jackson,
and you can't make very much of a
Yankee out of either of those names."
Mr. Young' is a farmer from one of
the richest counties of Maryland. Mr.
Kyle is a member of the Kyle Lumber
Co., one of the concerns of north Ala Alabama,
bama, Alabama, which for years has ranked as
one of the most prosperous institu institutions
tions institutions of Gadsden. They are enthusi enthusiastic
astic enthusiastic over what they have achieved,
and they have a right to be. The
cost of drainage has been less than
$20 an acre. Judging by earnings thus
so. far made, the annual Income per
acre promises to be four or five times
as' much as the cost of saving this
land and turning it to the uses of civ civilization.
ilization. civilization. For unnumbered years it
has been a waste spot, the abode of
fish and ducks only. Through such
creative work it has now become a
scene of agricultural activity which
matches in power machinery work al almost
most almost anything that can be seen in the
west. As one crosses the bridge
which spans the new channel he see3
nearby the big dredge which did the
work. A short distance away a gaso gasoline
line gasoline tractor is pulling a gang of plows,
for on this vast stretch of level land
machinery to a large extent takes the
place of manual labor. In the dis distance
tance distance were reaping and binding ma machines
chines machines cutting oats, while in the fore;
ground a loading rack was being con constructed
structed constructed for the handling of hay.
When it is remembered that Florida
buys much of its hay from the north

Hire over .Mini roe Ai CIiambli.oM ll'k.

ttooius lo nml 11. Second Floor.
1 1 oMer mock.

OIHre Over Coiiiinerrinl I Link I

-(!: !l.ii:s. H to 12 a. m. I to 5
It. in. ketone 211.

Contractor and Builder
Man ami M'-ifi(;itioii Furnished
lon Ueiuev.
South Third Street



I'liA.Ns i t it.isii:;i

Funeral Directors
Undertakers aod Embalmers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
n. v.. iriVKit ami c. v. nnnr.itTK,
Fnnrrnl Dim-torn.
AH Work Poi. Ly License! Hin Hin-balmers
balmers Hin-balmers aiul Fulljr fluaran.eel.
Phones: I. K Mcfver. 101; C. V. Rob Roberts,
erts, Roberts, COT.; Undertaking Office. 47.

Accurate ltull.tlng nans. Blue Prinu
tnd 8ie?it"irf. Hons made. Lands Sur Sur-nyed
nyed Sur-nyed and 1'latted. Close Estimates
rade on Erection of Buildings of any
eharacter by contract or on eommts eommts-lion
lion eommts-lion basis. vrne or coTult me at
Xorthiftut Coraer Oeata Hmmm Bloek

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

the profit of alfalfa growing, provided
It continues to yield as well as antic anticipated,
ipated, anticipated, is scarcely necessary. Ber Bermuda
muda Bermuda onions are grown to perfection,
and some land rented to a tenant on
the basis of one-third of the crop to

the land owners has yielded to them j
a net profit of over $100 per acre this
season, which is making the land rent

at over $100 an acre. Other crops
are apparently making equally as
pood showing.
An Ocala man, and this property is
tributary in its operations to Ocala.
who has the credit in town talk of
having netted $24,Ooo this year on
caLbages, is organizing a company to
rent 100 acres of this reclaimed land
for the purpose of general farming.
If the yield of this company and the
other tenants, as well as tke yield on
the land operated by the two people
who own the property, is at all in
keeping with results tnus far achiev achieved,
ed, achieved, this piece of reclamation work has
not merely made a fortune for its
owners, but has given an object les lesson
son lesson In what can be done in the re reclamation
clamation reclamation of many thousands of acres
in the Immediate vicinity, as well as
of much found throughout a large
part of our whole country. i
AYeftfern Krala CJrowem Work In the
State of Florida
Stretching for four miles along the
Seaboard Air Line, 8 or 10 miles from
Ocala, is a farm of 5000 acres, of
which nearly 3000 are under cultiva cultivation,
tion, cultivation, that reminds one of. a great West Western
ern Western or Valley of Virginia grain farm.
The owners of this farm, which Is said
to be the largest piece of cleared land
under cultivation by any one concern
in Florida, are devoting It almost
wholly to grain. They are Western
men. Of the three owners, one has
been living in Florida som8) years, al although
though although his boyhood was spent in the
grain regions of the West. Another, as
administrator, had for seven years the
management of a 1000-acre farm in
Indiana, then worth about $100 an
acre and now worth 1200 an acre. The
other partner is a Western capitalist
who Jias put his money," into this farm
operation as an Investment.
The general public has labored un under
der under the delusion that Florida can nev never
er never be a grain-growing state. By many
it has been thought that Florida ag agriculture
riculture agriculture must be confined to citrus
fruit3 and early vegetables.
This big property, operated under
the name of the Anthony Farm Com Company,
pany, Company, is in a region "which has been
notably successful In raising early
vegetables, watermelons, cantaloupes
and other, things, and in the growing
of which many men have accumulated
comfortable fortunes. But these people
definitely decided to make of their
property a grain farm. It is operated
with the most complete power ma machinery,
chinery, machinery, all the work being done with
the most up-to-date equipment. The
plowing is done by traction engines
drawing six plows. The threshing is
done by the most improved automatic
feed thresher and self-stacker.
Some of the statements made by the
men who manage this farm are very
significant. They are indeed of very
great Importance, not alone to Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, but to the entire South, for the
South should double its corn crop.
(Commenting on their experience; the
Anthony farm people say:
"Comparing grain growing on our
property in Florida with the West, the
3!v.intas:e is altogether on our side.
Here we always raise two crops on
the same land. It costs us less to
rnlse our corn than it co'ts the West Western
ern Western farmers. It is true we have a
nrvse--vhat smaller yield, but the price
of corn in this section Is nwa-s hlsh hlsh-er
er hlsh-er than in the West, and this gives us
net results of as much and in many
cases more than the Western farmer
can secure for his corn. Here the
corn matures early, and is always fol followed
lowed followed by a second crop, which is
worth equally as much as the corn,
while in the West the farmer who
rai--es corn can raise nothing else on
the same land -in the same year. As
illustrating this point, we have In this
--ect'on as well-ci'ltivated upland land,
a distinguished from the bottoms or
reclaimable lands, a yield ofl about 30
bushels of corn per acre. On the av average
erage average this will bring 80 cents per
bushel, or 124. This is more than the
Western farmer, will average from an
acre of his corn.
"But following the corn we can grow
other things velvet beans, for in instance,
stance, instance, which will average about 23
bushels, and which sell at an average
of from $1.30 to $2 a bushel, although
this year an extraordinary demand has
made the price $4 per bushel. Taking
the low price of $1.50 and 52 per
bushel and adding to the cam. this
will give an aggregate of about $73
per acre, an entirely feasible profit,
and certainly two or three times as
much as the Western farmers can -do

in corn raising. We follow our oats.1

which yield about 23 to 20 bushels an
acre, by soy beans or cowpeas. which
not only give us the beans or the peas,
but also a ton to a ton and a half of
hay. and in this case we get from $73
to $83 per acre a year.
"These yields are without "the use
of commercial fertilizers. In the place
of fertilizers we plant velvet beans, or
cowpeas, or soy beans, and they take
the place of fertilizers to such an ex extent
tent extent that it is estimated that their
value as a fertilizer material is over
$10 per acre. The only fertilizers we
have used this year are on cantaloupes
and sweet potatoes."
In view of the very great import importance
ance importance to the South of diversified agri agriculture
culture agriculture of this kind, Mr. II. C. Bailey,
the secretary and treasurer of the An Anthony
thony Anthony Farm Company, was asked to
present a detailed statement of the
operations of his company. Eliminat Eliminating
ing Eliminating a few paragraphs in order to save
space, his written statement is as fol follows:
lows: follows: ,
"The Anthony Farm Company of
Anthony, Fla.. is composed of 5009
acres, known in Florida" as high ham hammock
mock hammock lands, of which some 2"0 acres
are in cultivation as follows:
"740 acres in oats.
"160 acres In rye.
"73 acres in cantaloupes.
"23 acres In Japanese cane and snap
700 acres In corn.
"300 acres in velvet beans.
(Concluded oh Second Fage




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iiinger & Carroll Proprietors.

R. Carrou, ttuslneas Manager.
1. H. Ikojamlni Editor.

2 Entered In th jotofflce at Ocala,
"1i-pon3 class mall matter.


four Items




wishes to have,
fourth V;

0rrr 'at the Tea-ale

'Xext Tkasday Errata:, Jalr 4
The Stckey-Sfthtck boxing exhibi exhibition
tion exhibition will ocur at the Temple Theater
next Thursday evening. July 4, at 8:30
Tie prtes will be rery moderate
11-50, 1175 cents and 50 cents. At
thatrafe everybody should see Mar

lon countrs younsr champion-

order will be preserved and It

be perfectly proper for ladles to

Make a note of the date and make

typesetter I up your mind to go.

a half-holiday on the


Congressman-elect Clarude IEnsle, J Winnipeg; July 1. It is estimated

after: a rest' In the mountains or vlr-Jthat over three hundred people were
glnla. and attendingr the National I killed and property loss of $10,000,000

Democratic convention. 'will return to I entailed bv a tornado, which, after a

Jacksonville this week and enter at) day of thunderstorms and high winds,
once on the work of maklne his great (struck. Reelna. Saskatchewan, at

little paper. Dixie, brighter and bet- o'clock last night.

ter than ver. unarne Jones nas Kepi

It spicy' and lively 'during: Mr. I There is more catarrh In this sec-

IZEngle's absence. Many of Mr. Itlon of the country than all other dls-

IEngle's friends are already speaking: leases, put together, and until the last

of him as United States "senator, and If I few years was supposed to be ineura-

he makes good In the House the hlgh-jble. For a great many years doctors

r office Is not out of his reach. Claude I pronounced It a local disease and

I.'Engle has a strong hold on the con- I prescribed local remedies, and by con

fidence and eood will of the people of stantlv failing to cure with local

Florida, but It Is probable that every-1 treatment, pronounced It incurable

thing he does as a congressman will be 1 Science has proven catarrh to be

abused and misrepresented by, the ma- constitutional disease and therefore

chine politicians and the papers they (requires constitutional treatment

control. I Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by

F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. Ohio, is

Speaking of the bandana handker-1 the only constitutional cure on the

thief, which will be the emblem of! market. It is taken internally in

Roosevelt. in this campaign, the Sa- doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonfuL

vannah News says: "The adoption of lit acts directly on the blood and mu

the bandana by Mr. Roosevelt as a Icons surfaces of the system. They

campaign emblem 'because It repre-IonTer one hundred dollars for any case

sent the plain people' only shows lit falls to cure. Send for circulars

how prone Is the colonel to Jump at I and testimonials. Address: F. J. Che-

conclusions without Ifscertalnlng facts. Iney, & Co., Toledo. Ohio. Sold by drug

So far from being an emblem of the gists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills

common people the bandana Is arlsto-lfor constipation.

cratlc In name and association, the

name being a corruption of a Hindu OLD HOMESTEAD" IS

' word ror a moae 01 oyine shk, me 1 tiiv. unrvritw

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original handkerchiefs being that ma

teriai. now many or me piain peo- Low rates to early visitors. J. P.

pie carry, silk handkerchiefs and -col- j0hnson, Henderaonville, N. C. Route 6

ored ones at that? resides, as a party

emblem the bandana belongs to the j
democrats, having been used by them

during the campaign of 1888 when Al

len O. Thurman was on the ticket for

vice president."

By request of the ministers, the men
of Kissimmee appear In church with

out coats. Why sacrifice comfort "for
custom, anyway? Arcadia Enterprise.
The men wouldn't mind going to
church with their coats on If custom
would allow them to eat their meals in

hot weather with their coats off. Even
In his shirtsleeves, a man has on

more clothes than custom, whose other
name Is woman. It Is true the less a


The Ocala News Co., Q W. Martin

proprietor, has a large supply of coun

ty schools books on hand.


Five rooms and. bath. Iarge. shady

yard with poultry houses and yards.

Possession given by July 1st. Apply

'Cottage," care Star office.

(Continued from First Page)

"200 acres in sorghum cane.
After the crops which we will har

vest In May and June, we expect to
plant the same land as follows:

"600 acres In cowpea hay.
"200 acres In soy beans.

200 acres Jn sweet potatoes.

"The prevailing Idea is that Florida jcreae

plowing of corn; eowpeas are -planted

between each corn row. The last crop

! which is left to mature Is gathered

from the fields by cattle and hogs", or

I sometimes gathered for seed or hay, as I

desired. This illustrates the method
of jrettins two or three crops each

iyear off the same land.

On this farm fields cropped one year

I are held for pasture the next, result

ing in better pasture and the accumu

lation of humus and nitrogen for the
coming crops of vegetables or staples. farm carries a herd of about 50

registered shorthorn cattle, the In-

of which are sold for breeding

wnohM IP 'f''MMn
LOUii 0 lihhU

He Xow Leada the Praeeaatoa at Bal-

tlatvre Tfclrty-Taree Ballet Hare

Beea Takea

is a trucking and citrus fruit propo

sition. We are proving this to oe a

false Idea. We expect to get 75 to 80

cents per bushel for all of our oats,
which is our first crop, and is followed
by our various hay crops, which aver

age one to two tons per acre, and for

which we received $27 per ton f. o. b.

cars on our farm for all we sold last

year. Cantaloupes and waterirtelons

are the only trucking crops we raise.

"Our corn runs from 20 to 60

bushels per acre, owing to the kind of

attention we give to Its cultivation,
and our general manager, Mr. J. C.
Howell, Is producing a corn practically

weevil-proof. We sold some of this
corn for seed this year as high as $4

per bushel.

"I predict that in a very few years

Florida will 'prove to be one of the

best stock-growing states. In the Union,

for the simple reason that we can

produce the most bountiful forage

crops known. Take, for Instance, the

Japanese cane, which produces from

20 to 30 tons per acre and Is a peren

nial and carries 67 per cent carbon hy

drates: also the velvet bean, which is

planted any time up to July as a sec

ond crop and matures late In the fall.

when the stock Is turned in to har

vest It. The stock eats nearly all the
vfnna 1 a well oa f Vl a Haanc orir! Vi o

Southern people regard the velvet b' the origI"al frowth

(Special to the Star)

Baltimore, July 1, 4:30 p. m. Thirty-

three ballots have been taken with no

choice. 4 '.

Wilson went into the lead on the,

thirtieth ballot, with fourteen Iowa

I M f l - . t n

100, to which is added by purchase for B"1 J." b;,

uson nas iv.

purposes, and a varying herd of about

feeding off crops enough native cattle
to make four to six carloads yearly.
This farm also carries about 200 Berk Berkshire
shire Berkshire and graded hogs. No feedstuff
are purchased. The rotation of crops
Is so planned that the stock is always
nn Tstur

.x. .v- t Raged AH

the manager had accumulated suf

ficlent out of his earnings to want a

farm of his own. and 300 acres were

sold to him. But his farm and the re

maining lands are held together under

the same arrangement for

Clark. 435.

Underwood, 121.
Balance nowhere.


Satarday Evealar Wltkeat j

Deflalte Reaalt aad AVa Remaated

Tkla Meralac

term of five years, the manager being

allowed interest on his part of the In

vestment. His lands receive the same

treatment in the way of betterments

given to the original farm.

Howell & Caambllsa Farm

Twice has the sun upon their conflict


another! And ris'n again and found them grap

pling yet."

Baltimore, June 30. With Governor

Woodrow Wilson gaining on each bal

lot and Speaker Champ Clark con

stantly losing ground In the race for
the presidential nomination.: the demo-

The Howell & Chambliss Farm, lo-j cratlc national convention at 11:05

cated at Lowell. Fla.. about 10 miles o'clock last night adjourned until
from Ocala, -consists of 2300 acres. It j Monday morning at 11 o'clock. Twen-1

Is handled In much the same way as I ty-six ballots had been taken.

tne i-aimeiio t arm. except inai ai me When the convention took a recess.

end of the five-year period Mr.- C. B. I Speaker Clark was hurrying to Balti-

Howell purchased a one-half interest
in the land holdings, and receives now

a salary equal to the Interest on his
Investment. The larger part of both

more from Washington in response to
an urgent call from his campaign
manager. William Jennings Bryan at I

the afternoon session attacked Clark



hundred and twenty pounds,

more or less, of bone and muscle don't

pretty woman has on the better she make a woman. Its agood foundation.

iooks, wnue tne reverse is true oi ine pui nto it health and gtrength and she

average man, but a

any good, anyhow.

pretty man isn't

Herbert I Anderson, well known In

Ocala, and most other parts of the

state. Is leading a revolt of the pro
gresslve republicans against the ma

chine. While this movement will not

change any votes in the electoral col

lege. It will have some moral effect. In
some such movement x lies the only

hope of the republicans to ever have a Tydlngs & company.

live party in me state. ine present

"organization" Is only a galvanized jgpi,ENDlD TRACT

corpse, ana tne coming republican oe

feat In November will cut off the cur

rent that has kept It wiggling.

The Nw York Press says that

may rule a kingdom. But that's just

what Electric Bitters give her. Thou

sands bless them for overcoming

fainting and dizzy spells and for, dis dispelling
pelling dispelling weakness, nervousness, back backache
ache backache and tired, listless, worn out feel feeling.
ing. feeling. "Electric bitters have done me a

world of good," writes Eliza Pool, De De-pew,
pew, De-pew, -Okla., "and I thank you, with all

my heart, for making such a good
medicine."' Only 50c. Guaranteed by


George Wlngfleld, recently appointed
senator from Nevada by Governor Od Od-dle
dle Od-dle of that state, to fill out the unex

pired term ofSenator Nixon, deceased,
1 a pftmhtr.nil "cun mnn IT mv

be all that, and yet not he any further Portions of the land

out from the kingdom of. heaven than
some of the men now holding seats In

the American house of lords.

One of our most interesting ex

changes is the Hollo Enterprise-Press

It Is printed in the city of Hollo, Isl

and of Panay, in the Flllplnes, and Is

full of news and Outspoken opinion. It
Is a queer-looking paper, set up in

wide measure In old-fashioned type,

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

Only five miles

from Ocala. This is one of the best
farming tracts in the best section of

Marlon, the banner county of the state
of Florida. The price Is very reasona

ble. If Interested, address Box 606,

Ocala, Fla.

iarms are unimproveo, oemg covered ianj he would not vote for any

of hickory, J man willing to accept the nomination

gum, magnolia, iron wooa. etc., ana at the hands of "Murphy or Tammany

generally known as "nammock," a l Hall. It was the plan of Mr. Clark to

term applied to hardwood lands. The appear before the convention and an-

aggregate sales from these two farms swer this. In this way his managers

during 1912 footed up $39,000. Mr. hoped to bolster the falling vote.

Chambliss and his associates are mak- The ballots vesterdav! ran from the

Ing farming profitable. They are not I thirteenth to the twenty-sixth. Wll-

only raising grain and livestock, butSOQ began at 356 4 and ended at 407,

also a wide variety of early vegetables. a net gain during the day of 51 votes.

They sell on the spot whenever a car-iTh anti-Clark iMdrik in th oonvn.

load is ready, preferring not to spec- tlon called attention to the fact that
ulate on the fluctuations of Eastern or this almost exactly offset the 90 votes
Western markets. Their system of co- given to Clark by the New York dele-

operatlon by which each tenant Islgation., Breaks to Governor Woodrow
directed as to the crop to plant is very I Wilson' were "coming from many dele-

Interesting, as It divides the acreage gatlons as the balloting closed. His
so as to have a variety of early vege- managers believed that once he had

tables which are cultivated and overtaken Sneaker Clark, the switch-

gathered at different periods. In this hng of delegates would become general.

way pracucany tne entire xorce can at Senator Stone of Missouri made a

any time be concentrated on any par- motion to eliminate the candidate re

ticular crop. This avoids the danger celving the lowest number of votes on

of cultivating a larger crop than can each succeeding ballot after the twen

be gathered, and gives to each tenant ty-seventh until only one the winner

an opportunity of working for pay on was left In the race. There was a
other crops than his own. As soon as storm of objection and the subject

the tenants have gathered all of the! was pressed no further.

early crops, the-gathering and picking The Harmon delegates from Ohio

of which are handled in a wholesale threw their sunnort to Sneaker Clark

way, they have the opportunity of con-1 on several ballots, but they did not

tinuing to work the balance of the I materially help him toward the nee

year on the general crops to which thejessary two-thirds vote because of the
farm Is devoted after the early vege-j gradual inroads made by Wilson They

tables are out of the way. The ten- then changed back toMIarmon and re-

aitfs In this way are assured regularity I mained there until the last ballot of

of work and are directed by the best I the evening.

skill that the owners can give as to I The erreat bulk of the Massachusetts


the kind of crops to raise. delegation deserted Clark and started

Ocala In these agricultural develop-1 a Foss boom. It created little excite

ments Is giving to the whole country 1 ment.

an object-lesson as to how farming! The afternoon session was marked

can be made profitable In Florida and! by the dramatic outburst from Mr.

demonstrating that general agrlcul-1 Bryan. Claiming the privilege of ex-

ture offers to the Intelligent farmers plaining why he and more than a doz

from other sections better opporunl-len other delegates from Nebraska

ties than can be found In the North or I were going to switch their votes from
the West. 1 Clark to Wilson, the former candidate

held the floor for nearly an hour and

Itf&'AII THIS I was the center or a storm wnicn swept

One small bottle of Hall's Texas th hal1 In changing waves of protest


A Lincoln, Neb., girl writes, "I had

been ailing for some time with chronic

but thera Is nothlnir out .of date In ita constipation and stomach trouble. I

' I, A 1 I 1 1 1 f 1- 1

reading matter luesan laums v-naniuenain siuniacn

ana liver lauieistana in inree uays i

1 X 1 1 jm A. I f

Esteno. the nrlnMnal leador of th was aole lo ue UP nu Sel uener nS.n

r.ihn Mh.i. wa. trill in a flrht along. I am the proudest girl in Lin-

. ... , ,

hh th. t I cum il nnu sucn a koou meuicine.

tiao-A ifrMav ami if la ..mnn.aH tfeo I For sale by all druggists

C mmm j a .aa a bm a-v ,aav

volt will now end. But there will soon

be another. Th fuhsn crnvommont

is rotten to "the core, and the Island 8crIptIon. servIce at tne Cou.rt. rhar

will never be free from -unrest until It

' You get prompt and accurate pre-

1s annexed to the United States.

macy. instruct your physician
leave your next one with them.


The Macon Volunteers of Macon. Ga.,

have been given permission to cross

the state line, and will camp at At

tantic Beach July 6 to 16. This Is a

splendid old company. It was organiz

ed to ngnt in tne Mexican war, has a
fine record In that contest, the civil

war and the Spanish-American War.

In these days of high cost of living.

a medicine that gets a man up out of

bed and able to work In a few days Is

I a valuable and welcome remedy. John

Heath, Michigan Bar, Cal.. had kidney

and bladder trouble, was confined to

his bed, unable to turn without help.

'I commenced using Foley Kidney

and is now one of the most up-to-date pn.13 an?. ca,n, tru1y s,y 1 waa rel,eved

companies In the United States.

; Senator U. S. Fletcher Is being men-

iionea ror vice president should a

northern man be named for first place.

Well he has the ability. Fort Lauder

dale Sentinel.

This is damning the senator with

faint praise.

at once. His example is worth fol

lowing. Sold by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.

Cook your next roast In a paper bag.

and get the bag from the Post Office

Drug Store. 25c the package.

irothy C. Tayjor. daughter of B. U M ILMHH1IH II XT H?

r of New York, was married FrI- I a A A m--T n 1 T



o Claude Graham White, the

r, at Wtlford. a small town near

England. The bridegroom and

ber of other aviators arrived at

rch door In aeroplanes.

lorlda delegation at Baltimore

Bryan's resolution, arraying




ff 4pir.





months MEN'!


m ii z

V: -' MawMMaa a v a aaa ff4i

arty against Morgan, Bryan ami

against the plutocrats. I :n i. : m M

The Miami

but accurate

the "Daughters of

I Metropolis Irreverently g it has made DOSSible
ly spells out the D. A. R. g g

ine luxury oi suk nose p:

the Annual Rum-

The last census shows that the den

sity of population In Florida is 13.7

persons to the square mile.

m for

am arA a. vw va vx

p and the economy that if




science sake won't eat

ice cream on

According to figures given by the The definite Phoenix cuar-

Florida Citrus Fruit Exchange, the or- g antce and jp cost
ange crop of the state this year will j v

.rth 19,300.000. W cvciyunc w p

i enjoy tne uaiiy use oi tms

The martyrs are not all dead yet. soft, Smmmering hosiery.

Among them are the girls who for con- j T is marie from nnest ZZ.

pp quality pure-dye silk, ab-

j j F
2 i :j r

auiuiciy uc;vuiu vi diuiibidi zgt
P 103010 or "weighting." M
m- Women

p 75c pair4 pair box $3
P Men'.
50c pair 4 pair box $2

A water python eighteen feet long

t been captured near Miami.

that snake would be to a

-Courier is a

Ints the

If rs.



For Sale at


beans superior to corn for feeding


"You can find In Marlon county as

fine cattle and hogs as In the northern

states, but not in large quantities.

These are what have been bred up by

the up-to-date farmers. The quality

of the stock is only a question of

breeding up.

"There is nothing Florida needs

more than an upto-date packing house,
to which the farmers can ship their

stock when ready for the market. As

It Is now, the growers are at the
mercy of the local butchers, whose fa

cilities are very limited. Ocala Is the

logical point for the establishment of

a packing house; it Is located right

and In the stock-feeding section. A
large amount of capital can be secured

here for the establishment of packing

house, ice and cold-storage plant If the

right man can bring to the town a

fair proposition.

"Last year the Anthony farm fed 400

head of cattle and some 300 head of

hogs, 300 head of sheep and 200 goats.

"When we first began to plant our

crops on a large scales we figured it

would be no trouble to sell all the hay

we could produce by simply offering

our native cowpea hay for sale to the
large feeders, but the people in this

section, who are large users of hay.

buy alfalfa and timothy, at a higher

price, although the United States gov

ernment analysis shows the. cowpea

hay to be superior to either alfalfa or

timothy hay.

"Two of the large mill owners, how however,
ever, however, fed our cowpea hay, and they say
that their stock never came through in
such fine shape. The matter of feed

ing Florida "native hay is one of edu

cation, and the people of this state
need to give attention to it. The
wholesale feed dealers of Jacksonville

handle several thousand carloads of

northern hay, bringing some even from

Canada annually, while a better hay

from eowpeas and soy beans is now! wonder cures kidney and

becoming available throughout the troubles, gravel, diabetes, neuralgia.

state. Once the Florldlan begins to I rheumatism, weak and lame backs In

realize that he is sending his money! all ages. Write to Dr. E. W. Hall.

north to pay for imported feedstuffs 1 2926 Olive street, Bt. Louis, Mo., for

not the equal of his own native crops, j local testimonials. Sold by druggists

he will awake to the realization of

how foolish he has been. He has been

paying a premium for feed Inferior to

his own native feeds."

It has seemed worth while to go
thus fully into what this one farm.

doubtless, as claimed, the largest of its

kind In the state of Florida, Is doing
to prove that diversified farming.

grain growing and live v stock raising
can be made to yield In the South far

larger profits than in the West.

Cooperative Farming by Loral Men

The Anthony Farm and the big re

clamation operations of Kyle & Young

are matched In interest by the opera

tlons of the Palmetto Park Farm, own owned
ed owned by Z. C. Chambliss and T. T. Mun Mun-roe
roe Mun-roe and by the Howell & Chambliss
farm, also in the Ocala district. Mr.

Chambliss Is a banker who. like many

other Florida people, came from Geor

gia. He is not only farming success

fully, Dut ne nas estaonsnea a cooper

atlve sj-stem of farming which has
some interesting features. Six years
ago the owners put the Palmetto Park
Farm into a five-year' scheme with Mr.
C. B. Strickland as manager. The man manager
ager manager put In no capital, but contributed

his whole time without salary. He

Durchased a one-half Interest In the

work stock, cattle, hogs and sheep on
time. Expenses of operation, Tepalrs
of fences and buildings are made and
taxes and all other expenses are paid

from the farm receipts. All receipts
and disbursements, however trivial.

are made through bank by the man

ager, vouchers and statements going

from the bank to the owners. The

profits are figured and divided equally

annually between the owners and the


The manager makes his plans in con

nection with the owners as to the var

lety and extent of crops. Having done
this, he plans the crop acreage between

small tenants, according to their fam

ily supply of labor, thus giving them
the benefit of his knowledge of crops

and his general directions. The ten

ants work and gather their own crop,
but whenever necessary or feasible the
different tenants work for each other
for pay. In order to mass the whole
work" of the farm whenever needed
upon the cultivation or gathering of
any particular crop which needs to
be handled promptly.
The various crops Intended for ship shipment
ment shipment are gathered and delivered at a
general packing-house managed by
the owners. These crops are graded,
packed and credited separately to the
growers according to grades. The cars
are loaded under one brand, and car carloads
loads carloads are sold at the loading point
each on its own merit. This results In
carload 'shipments under an establish established
ed established known brand, but at the same time
provides a pool which gives the best
goods the best prices.
This Is the system adopted in hand handling
ling handling thA early crops. As soon as they
are gathered the land reverts at once
from th tenants to the. owners who
have platted at the proper time a follow-up
crio or crops, of which the
following rnaNbe taken as an example:
Cabbage planted In' November and De December
cember December are marketed from February
to April; between each alternate row
of cabbage cornN planted at the last
plowing of the caWryg'at! last

vl.,,.. I and approbation. He declared that so

long as (Jnamp (Jiaric continued to ae

cept the support of "Charles F. Mur

phy and Tammany Hall" he would not
vote for him. In changing to Wilson
Mr. Bryan said he reserved the right

to switch again if New York or any

other state delegation "controlled by

the Interests should go to the stand

ard of the New Jersey governor.


A Boston man lost his leg from the

bite of an Insect two years before. To

avert such calamities from stings and

bites of insects use Bucklen's Arnica
Salve promptly to kill the poison and

prevent inflammation, swelling and
pain. Heals burns, bolls, ulcers, piles,
eczema, cuts, bruises. Only 25 cents

atTydIngs & Company.

For everyday have our

Do not leave any standing water

about your yard, particularly rain wa

ter hundreds and thousands of mo

squitoes are the result.


Snnnlr -ri ti t- tnhTa- tho host nf nr!m

. .. .. Ma (nn Imnnrtant a matter for a woman

cuts ana best selected poultry tne V .

quality you want and always at low

est of market prices.

You buy right when you phone us

the order try us now. Phone 108.

W. II. HARSH, Proprietor.



Never leave home on a Journey with

out a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic,

Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. -It is

almost -certain to be needed "and can cannot
not cannot be' obtained when on board the

cars or steamships. For sale by all



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to be handicapped by weakness, bad

blood or foul breath. Avoid these kill kill-hopes
hopes kill-hopes by taking Dr. King's Life Pills.

New strength, fine complexion, pure

breath, cheerful spirits things that

win men follow their "use. Easy, safe.

sure. 25c at Tydings & Company.

Are you interested In paper bag

cooking? If so come to us for your

supply of the bags. 25c the package.

Post Office Drug Store.



We can supply you with pure Ice tor

all purposes, whether your require

ments are for home use or for a car

load. Place your orders with ua,

Foley Kidney Pills

Next regular monthly meeting will

he held at S o'clock Friday evening.

June 14th, at Yonge's HalL

July 12th. at Yonge'e HalL

Chas. K. Sage. Clerk.
For summer diarrhoea In children al

ways give Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera

and Diarrhoea Remedy and castor oil,
and a speedy cure Is certain. For
sale by all dealers.

Sprains require careful treatment.
Keep quiet and apply Chamberlain's

Liniment freelr. It will remove the

TONIC IN ACTION QUICK IN RESULTS I oreneQS and qujckiy restore the parts

Give prompt relief from BACKACHE,! to a healthy condition. For sale by all




BLADDER and all annoying URINARY

IRREGULARITIES. A positive boon to

A new supply of hair brushes just In

at the Court Pharmacy. We Invite

your inspection before you buy.

For every purpose of a flesh healing

liniment for man or beast there Is no

MIDDLE AGED and ELDERLY remedy more powerful than DARBY'S

PEOPLE and for WOMEN. ruurniiAui; tiuiu. n is an au-

Iditlon to its enrecttveness on tne nesn a
wonderful Internal remedy. It relieves

B. A. Davis. C7 Washington St Connerrrille, I cramns. colic dysentery, sore throat.

"7 ;"y 11 .v,7 swollen tonsils ana sick stomacn. as
lately snffered much from my Sidneys and blad-J ..... , ,,
der I had WTarabaekaehM and my kidney action! a. disinfectant for the sick room It Is

was too frequent, eaosin ram to luso moch sieep I of extraordinary value. It destroys
ataiffbVand inmybladerjtherewaacooa.1 urlna the air. Added to

pain. I took roiey aiaaey niwioranmeiima, ... ...

ad am now iroeoi an irtuoiaaa aa-iaaoio wi 1
be up and around. Folej JLiiaay Pills Lave my I fever patltnt It is not only refreshing.

a-gn -wn,,--.. I but it tends to allay the fever. Price

Sol- by tke Aitl-Mrafly Drasstotv 1 50c ber bottle. Sold by all druggists.

"In Time of jee, Prepcrc fc? tVc?"
HT HE WISE mrEPARES for thoproveri)ial
"rainy day" uly by saving, but by puttihrr
A "is savings toc, not to earn a meager four
per cent interest, brepu tat ion for thrifr, economy
and basin ess pagacj ; ..j
His bank accouithe foundation upon which lie
builds his future bus. v s
;... ;It'establi8hes a 'convertible into cash on a
minute's notice, thenabling him -to take ad van-'
tage of business oprpies ol(ering"good profit.
It protects I him bst temporarr- financial de
pression, safeguanisnyestmcnts, carries him over
the rough places to tnootli ground beyond. V

We Canp You Prepare



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Following are fast a if the Thousands cf
Articles Carried in oar Qirnitare. Hardware,
House Furnishing and Gifoppiy Store. Ccce
in and look the stock yotf wyj fiaj many

things yoii-wanu


- For

For the DiiRoom
Hjuidwra Round orSqp-vi Tithles, I)inlng Chain,
Rugs, Sideboard and ChCT V, China CloseU. Clilna
Dinner Sets, Lamps, Fin TaWJj

Parlor Enire
tores. 'i .
Bedroom F;iire
Reantiful Iiew and AVaah Stoldcn QkJ wraiejm
Maple or Mahogany. IVantlful Iron ifa in OTrr piftj
For The Pantry Kitchen
Hand-som Refrigerators "dice,, gereral IMfferent
Makes and Styles and any Size or trie g, Ud naa-YS
In Either Wood or OU Burner.. Klth Tible.
Hardware Dejaent
Anything Desired In SilTerware Catlerr and
Sissors in oor Hardware Department: mflM Ammn Ammn-nition;
nition; Ammn-nition; Fire Sets, Screens and Irons, Et
" ..' ?- '...
Carriage and Has Dept
Bnggies, Carriages and Wagons foi nmrntm 8md.
Domestic and Imported, Art Squares, M. in tbe cotnrr
dies, Lap Robes, Whips and Everything op 1
PHONE 47 North Magnolia cALA, FLA.


New'H, Astor

Jccc, Florin

f ooljst nrcsT mnon
'Wk nooMs
Talc- ? LTnon gt.tlon and
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Tie Gomm


email IE

men. professional
The bank's profits

First i Its shareholders are All home people, business
men and farmers. Their Interests and yours are mutual.

remain right here la the, community for the upbuilding: of our town and
county. v' : ''T'"-' "'V
tutrmmdt Its business Is governed with conservatism. Speculation plays no
part In Us conduct. It fosters and encourages home enterprises, all of which
make for soundness and satisfactory bank service.


K. of P. meet this evening.

Eagles meet Wednesday evening:.

Masons meet Thursday night.

Moose meet Thursday evening.

School books at the Ocala News Co.

Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night,

County Commissioners are In ses


Mr. E. C. Smith is visiting his son.
Mr. Wilbur Smith. In Tampa.

Dr. A. f nialwck, pkynlrlaa, elSee
pfcoae Xo. 132.

Harry Palmer of Jacksonville spent

Sunday with his Ocala friends.


FOR RENT Offices In Holder build

ing. Apply to Davis & Martin.

f Miss Mary Verdery of Jacksonville

1.4 the guest of Miss Mary Burford.

When 4You Can't Find It Anywhere Else.
This remark is made In onr store most every day by
PEOPLE WHO, KNOW. Some new goods Just in:
Cheese, Roquefort, Gorgonzola, Camambert, Chester, llrie, Parme Parmesan.
san. Parmesan. Llmburger, Peck's Club Chedder, Swi3 Cheese, Club Cheese
In medium and targe Jars, Pimento, Welsh Rabbit, Sap Sago,
Edam. Shipment Philadelphia Cream Cheese every ten days.
Liver Sausage wlth'Trufflea. Puree de Foia Gras for Sandwiches.
Pate de Fois Gras with Truffles. Sardines in Glass. Truffles.
Anchovy and Bloater Paste. Game Paste in Tubes. Puree of Game
in Tina. Caviar. Sardellen. Ring Anchovies. Capers. Dundee
Jame and Marmalade. Brands' A-l Sause. Onion Salt.
Pure Olive Oil and Wine Vinegar. Black Olives are more nutri nutritious
tious nutritious and delicious than ordinary green olives, because thej are
full grown, ripe and have gathered the beneficial elements and
properties of their entire growth. 2.1c. a bottle. Order today.
for use and cheaper than lemons, In bottles, 10c. and 2."c.
KNORR'8 BOUILLON Cl'BIvS. Perfection for Picnics. Fishing
Trips and Home Use. Place the cube in a breakfast cup and add
boiling water. Stir and you have a cup of excellent, invigorating
beef tea. 3c. a cube.

KNORR'S SOUP IN, -TITHES. Sufficient for five plates.

but water required or 'preparation. Ready In n few minutes
a tablet. '



COFFF.F. Made In the
ready. Perfection for

cup. Boil your water, and the coffee is

Picnics, Fishing Trips and Home lise. 27, cups to the tin, 40c.

SUMMFU DRINKS: Lemon Juice, Apple Juice, Carbonated Ap-

ilo Juice. Pineaiude .lulce. GftiiM' Juice, Boiled Cider, Fru'


. IL Teapmt (Grocery

PHONES 16 and 174


Thte Ocala News Company has school

books Jn stock.


The boy scouts will meet at the Air

Dome Tuesday afternoon at o'clock.

Mr. Eugene Rivers spent

with friends at Mlcanopy.


Miss Gussle Flanders has a position

In Frank's big store.

Mrs. Julia Haisley left last week
for her summer home In Lewes, Del

Miss Mary Landers has a position In
the Western Union Telegraph office.



Mrs. J. 11 Chace came up from the
lake today, to do some shopping:.

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

Mrs. T. M. Moore and daughter. Miss
Sue. returned yesterday from a visit

to Mlcanopy.


la It stationery you want? Then go

to the Court Pharmacy, for they have
Mr. and Mrs. B. W. McDonld of

Jacksonville are visiting their Ocala

friends for a few

ew days. 7
re money by pufchasl

You can save money by purchasing

second-hand and rebound booW at the

Ocala News Co.

County Commissioners W. Jl Crosby

of Cltra and S. W. Petteway Af Dun-

nellon are at the Ocala House.

Mary Utile Umb, or ome Ot
Jaralle Smep, lm Uw
Cave la lh Cliff
The water in Scott's Spring Is high
er than it has been for fifteen years.
Comparatively few of our people are
aware of the existence of Scott's
Spring, a picturesque spot in the woods
about two and a half miles southwest
of town. It consists of a good, sweet sweet-water
water sweet-water spring, flowing out at the base
of a high limestone bluff into a large
basin, which In years gone by was
quite a good-sized lake, but for the
last few years has been only a small
pool right under the cliff.- The big
rainy season, however, has filled up
the basin until the water fs a foot
higher than It was after the heavy
storms in '94. There is an abundance
of shade around the spring, and It is
a pleasant place for picnics, and is
moreover convenient for them, being
about half a mile east of the Dunnel Dunnel-lon
lon Dunnel-lon highway and the Ocala and South Southwestern
western Southwestern Railroad. There Is a cave or
tunnel in the rock reaching back into
the cliff above the spring, and the
story goes that years ago it was used
as a den by an immense snake that
escaped from a traveling circus. This
cave has another tenant Just now. A
party out there yesterday was surpris surprised
ed surprised to see a little lamb, evidently
three or four months old, standing In
the mouth of the tunnel and looking
wistfully out at the world from which
it was cut off by the water. It is evi evident
dent evident that the animal was grazing
near the edge of the cliff and fell over
Into the water near the mouth of the
tunnel, to which it swam, but having
gained a foothold was afraid to take
to the water again, tho only about ten
yards Intervened between It and free

dom. The people who saw the lamb
could not rescue it without wading
thru water to their necks, and even

then might have failed, as It retreat-llnal side of the state court.

ed Into the tunnel, which has a deeld-l Hocker & Duval and II. M Hampton

edly snaky appearance. It Is suppos- of Ocala are counsel for the complain complained
ed complained that the lamb belongs to the Ed- ant.
wards Bros., the limits of whose stock

farm comes near the spring. The PIMKfon ACCUSE of PARRICIDE
Messrs. Edwards were notified of the I

Fort Mr Cot Maa Arrenled oa the

Ckarse of Kllllag III Father
After some days of investigation.

County Judge Joseph Bell performed fcnenn: auoway, at Fort McCoy yes-

the ceremony at 1 o'clock today ttat terday, arrested Gilbert rroctor, on

made Miss Abigail Fretwell of Lcfes- the charge of killing his father, P. J.
burg and Mr. L.. E. Smith of ClnJn- Proctor, who was shot dead at his
nati man and wife. home near Fort McCoy Wednesday.
Mr. Smith, who is a traveling mkn, Tne evidence against young Proctor
came in yesterday and stopped at te ,9 strong; the principal link in the
Ocala House. This morning he wnt chain being a single-barrel shotgun
to Judge Bell and secured a marriage known to be his, which was found in
license for Miss Fretwell and hlmlelf. a Pnd near the scene of the killing.

and asked the Judge to meet the notth- The gun was scarcely rusted,
bound A. C. L. train at 1 o'clock nd A coroner's Jury at Fort McCoy this
perform the marriage. Judge Bell morning brought in a verdict charging
performed the ceremony in the parW Gilbert Proctor with the crime. The
car as the train waited for dinner t young man he Is about 24 is In the

Story k

Thomas Blackwell of
line, filed in the district court
United States a bill to Impeach the de decree
cree decree of the court of Robeson county.
X. C appointing one TV. F. Town send
his guardian, and also to Impeach sev several
eral several decrees rendered in" the circuit
court of Osceola county. at the suit of
W. F. Townsend. his guardian.
The bill alleges that in April. 1S07,
one Jeremiah Potter died Intestate in
Osceola county, leaving the complain complainant
ant complainant as. his sole heir; that he was not
residing in Florida at that time and
did not know of the death of Potter
until recently. That In August. 1907.
the defendant. W. F. Townsend. of 6.
Paul. X. C. learning of the death bf
Potter, and desiring to defraud com complainant,
plainant, complainant, procured a fraudulent ap appointment,
pointment, appointment, alleging him to be a lun lunatic.
atic. lunatic. No adjudication was had of his
insanity, as required by the laws of
North Carolina.
Townsend. having been appointed,
came to Florida and commenced pro proceedings
ceedings proceedings for the recovery of the Pot Potter
ter Potter estate, which amounted to a large
sum of money, something around JS0, JS0,-000.
000. JS0,-000. and did recover it. and sold It for
something around 112,000. to Potter's
former partner.
The bill charges that the proceed proceedings
ings proceedings were void, and that Blackwell is
not a lunatic, but Is of sound mind,
and that he has been divested1 of his
property, and seeks to recover It.
It appears that the first Blackwell
knew of it, was when Townsend went
back to North Carolina and offered to
account to him through the court for
about $250. .
If the allegations of the .bill are
proved on Townsend he will In all

probability be dealt with in the crlm-

an I oral's predicament.

. cot


WAXTF.D A firt rliu machinist mt

once. Apply to tbe Ocala Unm Knajne


nocical charge ive i.



Sola OaMbtSoli: l


H. D. 8TOKE3, Cuhlar.




Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Swlcord of Cole Coleman
man Coleman were In the city Saturday after afternoon
noon afternoon en route home from Gainesville.


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

Guy Gelger left today, to take

traveler for a big

the passenger station. Mr. George

Crom and Dr. J. R. Blacklston were

witnesses to the ceremony. The young
couple then went on their way north.

olclng. --x.

Marion county Jail.



Coatlaoe to Intereot aad Deaellt the
The splendid Victrola offered as a
prize by A. M. Lansford was won at
the, Air Dome Saturday night by Mrs.
H. P. Bitting. It is one of the best of

"The Punishment." Drama.

W "Fooling Father." SI Baker, a young its kind and is an extra good prize,

fZarmer, is in love with Betty, daugh- -A handsome gold watch will be glv-

tpr of wpll to do farmer of HppIc en away Thursday night. On that

should be not only
elegant but everlastiug. Good looking silver silverware
ware silverware in your home leaves an impression on
visitors and friends that exists after all other
impressions fade. We invite you to look to today
day today over our specially selected stock of the
latest designs in beautiful silverware. 1 i



yiis position as t
Jacksonville house.


Corners. Tapa Collins does not favor night the "Katzenjammer Kids," the day:

Following are the meteorological
conditions that prevailed during the
twenty-four hours up to sunset jrester-


Motorcycle Service

v v For
. : ; Phone 438 $


Miss LJda DesChamps. after a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant visit to friends In Tampa, Is again
the guest of Mrs. T. E. Bridges.
Alma Zada Face Powder Is the best
we have to offer at 50c the box. The
Post Offlce Drug Stores.'

Miss Eugenia Fuller has returned

home from a pleasant visit to friends j

in Atlanta.

Minimum temperature. 6 a degrees.
Maximum temperature, 73 degrees.

Average. 74 degrees.'

Fair: southwest wind.


Local showers tonight or Tuesday.



$36 REWARD 30

the match. A city friend sends his runniest comic ever devised, will te
son. Harold, to the farm for a vaica- shown on the screen.
tlon and the old man looks upon the The program for tonight Is as fol-

FOR SALTS One team or Tiorses arin city boy as a better catch, but Mama mows.

wagon. Apply to the Wood mar Sand Collins and Betty's brother are loyal "The Fatal Posing. A strong drama.
& Stone Company. to Si and start in to outwit the oppo- "Caught With the Goods," a roaring

Isltlon. First of all SI Invites Harold comic aeieciiye story.

to go coon hunting. He puts a cat up "Freezing Auntie." Another slde slde-the
the slde-the tree and sets the city boy to watch splitting comic.
the supposed coon, while SI and Betty Longfellow's most beautiful poem.

are having a good time spooning, i-vangenne, is scneauiea ror tomor

Later Harold overhears a plan for si I row night.

and Betty to elope. Of course he

nromntlv Informs tho old farmor I A CARD TO'TIIE MUSICAL.

Betty's mother and brother dress up a
counle of dummies and start them

down the road In a buggy, and old Mr. W. It. Smith and T. F. Kimball, boat leaves the springs the morning
man Collins and Harold elve chase, nlann tun and rohiiMAor. nr in hlf the third, and returns the evening

Some surreptitious party?? has wllWt,
fully gone Into the surrounding coun

try and torn from trees, etc, circu circulars
lars circulars advertising Q. A. Nash's sale. The

ineaa line or saia circular was -ma

Time Has Come. The party who de-

stroyedt circulars on the -Orangvave

nue road last Saturday v Was a man.
about 5 feet S Inches' In height dark

complexion, wearing light hat, ana
driving bay horse to top buggy.
I will pay f0 reward for evidence

sufficient for conviction of said party

or parties.. Q. A. Nash, Ocala.'


Mr. W. C. Jordan, who has been
with the Cam-Thomas Co., has gone
on the road for a big dry goods house.

Inn r tha r"ltir.rtf flpa I a frntfl Silver I

nv this im r ; Y J: " for the year 1911 have been placed ins

son who has not paid the tax on real
property within the city is hereby, no-

.... l l i r u Yt.1t.. P1...1n4 mt

The horse with the dummies plunges city for a few days. They come high-Uk tIn to ... my 0ffl(. onCe and

aooui iicKeis.anu, . v...

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

Don't allow the "ChlTI Season." to find you with
A Torpid Liver, Disordered Stomach or Consti Constipated
pated Constipated Bowels. It is Just the condition in vhlch
the malarial cerm. thrives.



Puts the Liver, Stomach and Bowels In
Fine, Vigorous Condition.
- t
It Is a liver medicine first of all. Ita effect upon a Torpid Liver
la- truly remarkable. OU chronlo cases, of long standing. Involving:
the kidneys and Wood, ilcld promptly to lta powerful cleansing and
restorative effect. It Is a strengthening tonic for tho disordered
stomach, stimulates jfllffestion and helps the assimilation of food. In
the bowels It exercises a helpful Influence that Is far reaching- and
cffectlre. Every particle of fermented matter er Impurity is
expelled, leaving the bowel cooL clean and regulated. It the
chills have already commenced, Herblne Is the only thing needed;
It Is a positive anti-periodic medlclno that destroys the disease
germs and drives them out of the blood. Try It this year.
. Price 50c per Bottle.
jjuat r. BALuna moriiirTca sr. uua, mo.

t.nWma Ere Salve la a Safe and Speed? itmr sere .yea.


ISolo Amp RtcowwtMOtoBvl


Mrs. Fred Magaw and little daugh

ter, Helen, left Saturday for a summer

visit to friends and relatives Jn Mis


Keep a smile on your face during

this wet weather by using Dike's

Peroxide Cream at the Court Pharm


Into the river and tne pursuers follow, ly recommended. Mr. W. R. Smith Islwie wai jivue pay the um and thereby save trouble
p'At tlnn a grnnil nU In nnlv tn find l An. t,,n nA n.rri.. vrvthino-1 reservations. Meals will be supplied

thv have bfn fooled.. In th mean. LprosMrr tn rebuild nv nlann or or- on the boat. Tickets must be secured

time the true lovers are married and gan. Any one wanting first class before the third, however. Read the

not having them to examine, their

x FOR SALE pianos. Their references are John A. FIRST-CLASS OFFICE

and additional costs.

Carlos I Sletrunk. City Attorney.'


,1 have returned to the city and am

MAX WWTS FOSITIOV I again in line to do your wallpaper

hanging, painting and any. kind of in-

. On account of needing floor space Cunningham, Jacksonville. Fla., SJeln-

for other purposes, one fine new piano way & Son. New York, and from the

and one $450 Haines Bros. In good con- leading musicians of the country. I Any one wishing the services of a I terlor decorating or finishing for your.

ditlon. Both bargains and must be I Phone 133, Florida House and on of skilled offlce man. quirk and. accurate I house., See r me before letting your

sold at once. W.W.Condon. d6t wit these gentlemen will call and give you with figures, writes excellent hand. 1 contract Isaac Simmons.

an estimate on your piano. Examina-lran secure name and address by apply-I -------------

FOR RENT The Bell residence. 19Stion free

East Adams street; two-story, seven
rooms and bath. Apply to Joseph Bell,

lng at Star offlce.



Mrs. J. D. Marlln left today for her

nome ai r;rie. i-a.. -tor tne summer, m

Marlln went with his wife to Jackson


WANTED A Second-hard car. Mist

be In first class condition. Four

five passenger. Address, J. D. Carter,
Bellevlew, Fla. 6-25-6t

Miss Marguerite Torter left Tester- tne Ry Scouts will hold a meeting at hng, will begin with Ocala merchants CODr. three for 25 cents. In 100 lota

day for. Lake City, where she fills a lne Air Dome, r.very toy in ocaia De- this evening, the stores snutting up at i or. more S cents per copy.

most Important place on the musical tween me ages oi twelve ana eignieenis o'clock, on xnursaays iney win

program of the great B. Y. P. U. meet- s urgea to De present. ome very in- close at 3. ...... I OPEX DAY AT4D KIQITr

ng. Mrs. E. Van Hood left to Join her 1 terestlng matters wm be taicen up, 1

and every member is especially urged l rwWER TELEGRAPH rates i Merchants Cafe, A. C I depot er-

to oe on nana.


daughter at the meeting today.


Mr. N I. Gottlieb Is at work In the
city, obtaining recruits to the Frater Fraternal
nal Fraternal Union. He has secured the names
of twentj prospective fraters In the
last four days.

East Duval street, Just off Main. BestrMe8srs- Henry and Clifford Livingston, rates 25 per cent to Branford. Fort

75c room-In the-clty. WU1 'eave tomorrow ntgnt ror tneir oia Myers, Fort Pierce, Live oaK, uaaison.

Orangeburg, s. C At or-pUnta Gorda and twenty-three other

FOR SALE A return ticket to
Washington. D. C, time limit July 13.
Price. 12. Circumstances prevent
using same. Apply at Star office.

ston's daughter. Mrs. B. A. Inglls. of i Urunswiek. Valdosta. Waycross and

day night, his car swerving and strlk- Birmingham. The object of the meet- j fifty-three other points in Georgia-

Mr. E. C. Smith's I lnS ls to settle tne estate ot tne late

home The car and the fence were Jl- uingiuu, or. i 5AVIMIL.L, tiiiumi itum 9.t.n.

damaged, but Charlie was not.

cldent out on the Anthony road Satur-

Mr. J. G. Klchline has returned from
another visit to Western North Caro Carolina.
lina. Carolina. Mr. Klchline has made consider

able investments In the mid mines nf

that mountainous reslon. X Mr. J. R. Martin and family, Mrs. W


Effective May 1st and Continuing Until November 1st

JacksonvDIc, Florida

EUROPEAN ; PLAN i (Exclusively)

Finest Cafe in the State in Connection
Kooms Without Bath, $1.00 per Day and Up
Kooms With Bath - $2.00 per Day and Up
- T, T.1. 17ILS0N, Proprietor and Manager

The latest In powder pun's, just m. Progress rides on the air. Soon we may

hi. Martin and Misses Eugenia and An- t the Court Pharmacy.

Can furnish from one setting to onelnle Uenton Fuller, Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk

thousand pure bred Rhode Island Rev and son LaGrange. and daughter. Miss

eggs for hatching at $10 per hundrdJ

Miss Iloxy Ilinmann will arrive to

morrow night from Brooklyn. N. Y.t

to be the guest of her schoolmat?
friend. Miss Ophelia Sawtelle, at th'e

CapL Tyles home south of town, ffr

a couple of months.

Emmett Scott, a negro man agd

about 2i. was arrested by Policeman

Frank Hall yesterday afternoon on

the complaint of a gentleman living
southeast of town, who said the negro

had Insulted his daughter. On arrest

lng irott. Mr. Hall round on him a

pretty little toy revolver, about the

right size to shoot mosquitoes with.
The gentleman did not appear In court

against Scott this morning, but the re

corder fined him $25 for toting the


Right In your busiest season when
you have the least time to spare you
are most likely to take diarrhoea and

lose, several days time, unless you

have Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and

Diarrhoea Remedy at hand and take a
dose on the first appearance of the

disease. For sale by all dealers.

Tomorrow afternoon at five o'clock! Early closing, or rather earlier clos-


Those desiring copies of the big Il

lustrated special edfllon of the Star

can obtain' same at the fitar "of flea or
the newsstands of the city at cents


When in Jacksonville stop with Mrs. I

L. Maloney, at the Glrard. No. 11

Meals a la carta and lunches at

Effective today, the, Western Union I any hour.

Mrs. J. II. LJvIngston. Sr.. and. sons. J Telegraph Company has reduced the! ... t


home in

Merchants' Cafe, A. C I depot ccr-

Mr. Charlie Gates had an auto ac- angeburg. they will meet Mrs. Uving- points In Florida and to Rlackshear. I ner. Meals la carta and lunches t1

any hour.


Second-hand store fixtures.

A party consisting of Misses Mattle J Dne small 10M capacity, portable I description and price, to 140

We take nrlde in our nrescrlotlon I -1Ll'"us --1 sawmill complete ana umoer or Llm ilrt.

department and it Is our earnest desire Bullock and Mr. George Easterling. Apply on. write Nathan Mayo. Summer-

to give you Just what your doctor weni over 10 jorrision. in uss win- Held. Fla

wants you to have, in the purest and ams car Mlura anernoon. ana

frp.hPst drues obtainable. Bend or 8Pent Sunday most pleasantly with MAIL CARHIRns WILL FLT

Airs, r iora .Morrison.

phone the Court Pharmacy.

This Is an age of great discoveries.

pee Uncle Sam's mail carriera flying in

all directions, transporting mall. Teo- bW to noon

XOTICB ";.t .,

Va tit. I k.,.t. .,

v r v mm .11. J a ...... i.

Roird of Countjr Commlsslonera will

receive bid for one Gasoline or Oil

Traction Engine of 39 to (0 hwrse-pow

er, and 4 or more 24 to 4-yard capa-

city all steel cars for road building.

Virginia, and Miss Annie Atkinson, all

eft this morning for a pleasant sum-

nier at Daytona Beach.



C. 112.

S. T. Flitrnnk. Clerk.

All sew stock, new building, good lo-


i cccesor to Baxter caax

Pleasant furnished rooms, for light-

housekeeplnr. OStlawaha avenue. 6 13 t, ; 3

With cmy
",Tti Cl Cztz fcT :c"
L. iJ v. L Li w ik. w ',.
1 w 1 c

pie take a wonderful Interest in a dis

covery tnat nenenta tnem. inais

whr Dr. King's New Discovery for

coughs, colds and other throat and

lnnir i1laa la th Ttlftt tVOnular

'J . t1nn K A. Snfflif.

t 1 mu.i, ri!nhAn a.- I LIIH i h I iLkl I medicine' In America. 11 curea me 01 1 ... -----

.ii r.'.-'ic x..t f 1 1 1 1 ilia ftJIK f 1

comnanld his brother. Dr. & H. Blltch. I Ull I IIIU IILUl a dreadful cougn writes sirs. j. i-.

I I ... H .

. . ... . ti 1 t i rt .i... miimii stiiinv inratr. aiier

10 town luuay m tue uuciurs vi. wise out"1 "IT I .. .. 1 AAAAAAAAAAAflAfl&fi AAAAAAAAAi

doctor gave him a special ride on thelMedium Bucket Cottolene soejdoctors treatment ana an 01 ner rrni I a .-, ,:

Kendrick road, and after being whirl- Three packages Jello and Ice Cream mim naa iatiea. for cougns. coias

ed smoothly for a few miles over Mc- Powder ... XSclor any oroncniai anecuon us unequai-

t- as hirhmP xrf mitoh Thi p!ka?ii T Jr. ton's Jellv Tab-1 ed. Price soc ana 'Si. -rriai ooiiie

said to the doctor "Whir can't theyl let 25e free at.Tydlngs A Company.

fhuild thorn lik that all over the (Three Packages Sunbeam Corn

nTitr'M I Flakes. ...22e STRAYED From my place tare e

Three Cans 5c Gold Evaporated Milk I miles nortbeast or uxxora. one orown

The Court Tharmacy Is on the Jon. 1 for iejmare. Any one giving miormauon win

rr thm Vnnw -vnnr vinii hv te1e-lThre Can Dutch Cleanser ...... .S3 I corner a ravor on me. Auoress, jonn

phone and then your trouble ends.Three Cans -Van Camp'a Hominy. .MelMltehelbe. Oxford. Fla.

Phone 284 No. 3 Slse Tomatoes, per can.. 12e

Best Creamery Butter, per pound.. S3 A. M. Nason.' farming near Canaan.

Thr Pounds Tub Butter fljMlMe.. wa badly crippled with sciatic

clerks out immensely in the early clos-J15H pounds Granulated Sugar for.flOI rheumatism due he says to uric acid In

ng movement by doing their shopping14 pounds Whole Grain Rice ror. .IM Ms blooo. -foley Kidney nils entire-

earlv. Tn this, as !n many other I Five gallons on "weiiy curea me ana aiso TenwTw numer

things, the women have the influence One package IlecKera oat jous black specks that were conunuauy
to help or hinder. IStar Hams, per pound ......... .ITHe j before mr )." Foley Kidney Pills

Full Cream Cheese, per pouna . .zoe I are a uric acid aolTent ana are fneci

FOn PPVT-A four ronm house, fur- I live for the various form 01 rnwjma-

Tiished: for rent all summer and prob- II II II I I Ullllll II V Ull tlsm. Sold by AnU-Monopoiy wrugsiore.

ably all next winter. Rent cheap to

right party. Apply 44 North Sanchex
street C21-lt



Alwy have ready at home
a bottle of the Lest beer


-''-Vv' fBrewery Bottled Only)
The Quality brew that people of good taste
choose for its delicious mellow flavor, its
life and its pimly. Order by name,

At roott burs and ofes.
Phone or postal calls a case to you.
Wbolraale Healer
25 oth Maxaalla St.,
Paaae 23, Oeala, Florida





stonY or

A DVEXTl'H 11 .4XD

(Dy Loots' Joseph Vance)



At the sameime, 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 longer.
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 special accomodations and attention for

the ladies and children. Elegant meals served on board,
including in the fare, which is $5.00 FOR THE ROUND
Boat arrives at G p. m., spends the night and all day
of the Fourth in Palatka. Leaving Palatka on the return
trip at 6 p. m. the Fourth, arriving at the beautiful town of
Welaka at 8:30 i). m 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 IIOUSC.
Aak 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 Let us Give an Estimate on Your



We Guarantee to Save You Money on Any Work in Our Lines

Aa we employ sane but expert we, are la poalflon to aruarantre er er-ery
ery er-ery piece nark we eaaatraet to ataad the Inapeetloa of the moat
rtafd laapeetora. It rttmt awthlnic to Ket our flciireH, and you are the
wlaaer, whether we aeeure the contract or not. lilve ua a trial.



F. E. McCUVNE, M. D.

Specialist in Diseases of Eye,
Nose, Throat and Lungs


Specialist In Clinic Diseases

' Ocala. Florida

Ofnce. JJ3



V vl'rrstewart' Residence. 62.


.Jr. Natet Calla made by a atrial appal a tmeat.
ofler 7 n. na. eaeh dir.. :

Suite 1 to 7 Holder Block, Southwest

Corner of Public Square

Special Genltu Urlaary Cllale


The entire equipment of an auto as the
articles ocour 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.

MoFMa Auto Sales Co.
North bf:crnmcnt Buildinn Ocala. Fla.

" : .. . Union Square
Clean, Comfortable, Convenient and Home-Like Hotel, on
the American and Enropean Plans.
American Plan, 2 per day and up. ," European Plan, $1.00 per day and up.
" s ,- . 'Special Weekly Rates.. ':' 5'"
.'(HcSiiH & Co.

As time "went on, ho-sreTcr, If his un uneasiness
easiness uneasiness were not sensibly dimin diminished,
ished, diminished, nothing happened, the Toyag
proving entirely uneventful; and
OUcmrke was forced to the conclusion
that. If Monsieur de Hyefes were real
ly the VIcomte de3 Trebes, he was
strangely content to play a waiting
The Irishman, however, had known
stranger things than that one man
should seem the counterpart of an another.
other. another. And by nothing more than
this questionable accident of resem resemblance
blance resemblance did De Hyeres give him reason

to believe him anything but what he
cllamed to be. The mans demeanor
was consistently discreet and self self-contained;
contained; self-contained; he moved about the ship
openly and without any apparent at attempt
tempt attempt to pry upon the doings of the
adventurer, whom he fell into the
easy ship-board way of greeting ami amiably
ably amiably but coolly. Only In one Instance,
Indeed, did they exchange more than
but courteous salutations, and then
Do Hyeres himself seemed to seek
the interview," approaching OTtourke
,Thia was at night, when OTtourke
occupied a chair on the leeward side
of the saloon deck, consuming a medi meditative
tative meditative after-dinner cigar. De Hyeres

stepped out of the companionway,
glanced swiftly this vray and that, and
sauntered toward the Irishman with
an unlighted cigarette held conspicu conspicuously
ously conspicuously between his fingers.
O'Rourke likewise surveyed hi3 sur surroundings
roundings surroundings in two brief glances: and
was contented to find that they were
alone, or as much alone as two can be
upon a steamship. For they were,

after all, well matched; and one of
theni he knew to be armed. Shifting
In his chair so that his revolver lay
convenient to his hand, as De Hyeres
approached the Irishman removed his
cigar from between his teeth, flicked

away an inch of ash and silently prof proffered
fered proffered U in the prescribed fashion.
The Frenchman accepted the cour

tesy with a bow, applied the fire to his
cigarette. Inhaled deeply and returned
the cigar with a formal phrase of
thanks. He lingered for a moment.

puffing and gazing off over the black,
starlit expanse of the Bay of Bengal,
lonely to its dim and far horizon, then

observed quietly: "I am not mistaken.

I believe, in understanding I have the
honor to address Monsieur le Colonel

OTtourke, Chevalier of the Legion of


"You are not mistaken, monsieur,"

returned OTtourke pleasantly, then
with the directness which he some sometimes
times sometimes found useful, watching the man

closely as he spoke: "And I believe
it Is my pleasure to recognize Mon Mon-Bler
Bler Mon-Bler Le VIcomte des Trebes?"
"Des Trebes, monsieur?" The
Frenchman's look of wonder was be beyond
yond beyond criticism and there was no least
trace of discomfiture to be detected

in his manner. "But no. xou are
tinder a mistake. I am merely a

French gentleman without a title;
Raoul de Hyeres is my name."

"Ah!" said the wanderer,
the resemblance misled me.
"Granted, my dear sir.
Trebes? The name has a

Bound. Do I not remember reading
somewhere that the VIcomte des

Trebes died last spring? In Tunis,

was it? . Suddenly, I believe;

"Is it so?" said O'Rourke drily. "Pos-

Blbly. The vicomte lived in the man

ner of thrc e who meet with sudden


The subject languished, and after a
few more noncommittal observances
De Hyeres wandered off, presumably
in search of the English girl, to whom

he had been paying assiduous atten

On closer scrutiny, she had proved

to be a remarkably pretty girl; al

though, in point of fact, O'Rourke, for

all that ho admired her looks im immensely,
mensely, immensely, had purposely avoided her.

This he did from motives of prudence;

he mistrusted the combination formed
by De Hyeres and the girl. The latter

might be all that she looked and claim

ed to be: a sweet, wholesome and rath

er ingenuous young Englishwoman, an

orphan, resident in Rangoon in the
household of an uncle, to whom she
was returning after a visit with

friends in Simla. On the passenger
list her name stood as Emilia Pyn-

sent. But the adventurer felt it the

course of wisdom t( deny himself the
pleasure of her acquaintance, so long
as she permitted the attentions of the

Altogether, considering the hot
weather and such self-imposed re restrictions,
strictions, restrictions, O'Rourke considered the
voyage hardly a success from a social
point of view. He kept pretty much

to himself and to Danny, and to make
assurance doubly sure he Instituted a
new regime with regard to the Pool
of Flame: that jewel never left his
stateroom. When O'Rourke was on
deck or at meals, Danny sat behind
bolts, alert and under arms, and vice
versa. By night they stood regular
watches together, the one on guard
while the other slept. Clearly the ad adventurer
venturer adventurer was determined that no lack
of safeguards on hl3 part Bhould again
deprive him of the ruby.
But It's no easy matter to avoid
meeting any particular person on a
ship with a small saloon list, unless

one 13 willing to be purposely rude
and discourteous. For all his wari wariness
ness wariness the Irishman was to carry with
him a personal impression of Miss
On the last day of the passage, to toward
ward toward evening, the Poonah raised the
coast of Burmah; by dark she wa3
steaming steadily southwards along
the littoral, heading for the dolta of
the Irrawaddy.
A'stlll, bright night with little wind:
O'Rourke was not one to resist its al allure.
lure. allure. Four bells saw him lounging at
the rail below the bridge, staring hun hungrily
grily hungrily over toward the land. It was in
his mind that another twelve hours
or so would see him relieved of his
trust; and as the time drew nigh Im Impatience
patience Impatience burned hotly within him; he
had become full 'weary of the Pool of
Flame and "was anxious to be free ot

ha thing, to have Its chapter in M
history closed forever.-

Far ojerthe water a. white nd

hashing light lifted up and caught his

jye, a nameless beacon bright Against

the darkness at the base of the Ara

kan hills, guardian of the peril of

those shallow And simultane

ously he became conscious of a pres presence
ence presence at his elbow; as he turned sharp

ly the English girl addressed him In

a voice sweet-tonea ana quiet.

"What is that light, If you please.
Colonel O'Rourke?"
"Faith, that I cant say. Miss Pyn Pyn-sentV
sentV Pyn-sentV Her eyes flashed a laugh upon hira

In the gloom. "Then you know my


"Even as yourself knew mine.
Twould be strange otherwise, with

our ship's company so small

"But I," she returned, animated, "am
such an insignificant person while
you are the Colonel O'Rourke,"
"Ye do me an honor I'm not deserv deserving.
ing. deserving. Miss Pynsent, but 'tis proud I
am entirely that a humble soldier of
fortune should be known to ye be
"Oh, I've grown quite weary of your
fame. Colonel O'Rourke. she coun-


" Twas

. Des

The Frenchman Accepted the Cour Courtesy
tesy Courtesy With a Bow.
tered with a trace of laughing Impu

dence. "Hardly anything has Inter

ested Monsieur De Hyeres, these past

few days, save anecdotes of your ex


Tis kind of him, to be sure. I

must cultivate his acquaintance and

learn from him to know xneself, I

If she detected the Irony she over

looked or failed to understand it.

"He's very entertaining," she com commented,
mented, commented, pleasantly. "But then most
Frenchmen are, don't you think? I
hope to see much of him In Rangoon."
"So he's landing there, too?"

right of the center of the said streets
before turning-
Crossing Streets
C All vehicles crossing from one
side of the street to the other shall
do. only at the Intersection of the
streets by turning to the left, as pro provided
vided provided la Paragraph 5, so aa to head
in the same direction as traffic on
that side of the street.
Provided, that this section of this
ordinance apply to brick paved
streets only. :
Turning and Starting
7. A driver, or any person having
charge of any vehicle, before turning
the corner of any street, turning, out
of, turning from, or stopping at the
curb line of any street, shall see that
there is sufficient space free from
vehicles, so that such turning or stop stopping
ping stopping may be safely made, and then
shall give a plainly visible or audible
signal indicating his intention, such
as raising the hand or making some
vocal or mechanical signal.
Stopping at the Curb
8. No vehicle or vehicles shall stop
with its left side to the curb on
blocks of- streets where business

houses are situated.
Backing Up

9. In no case shall any vehicle re remain
main remain backed up to the curb of any
street, except when actually loading
and unloading.
Standing Close to the Curb-Stone
10. Unless in an emergency, or to
allow another vehicle or pedestrian
to cross its path, no vehicle shall
stop in any block of any street In
the city, where business houses are
located unless both right wheels
shall be close to the curb line, ex except
cept except to load and unload.
Stopping at Corners
11. No vehicle shall stop or stand

within the intersection of any street

except In cases of emergency.
Right of Way of Certain Vehicles

12. All officers and men of the

fire department with tneir fire ap

paratus of all kinds, whila In perform

ance of their duty; all ambulances
and officers and all men and vehicles
of the Police Department shall have

the right of way In any street, and

through any procession, except vehi

cles carrying United States malL
Signal for Stopping

13. In stopping, a signal thall al

ways be given to any vehicle behind

by raising the whip or hand, or blow

ing the horn, bell or gong.-
Slowlv Movma Vehicles

14. All vehicles moving slowly

along the streets shall keep as close
as practicable to the curb line, so a3

to allow faster moving vehicles free

passage on the left hand side,

Stopping and Starting When Directed

By Police
15. All vehicles must stop when di

rected to do so by the police," and

upon signal from the police must

move on.

Section 3. It shall be unlawful for

any person to run an automobile, mo

torcycle or bicycle on any public
street of the city of Ocala, within the

fire limits,- at a greater speed than

twelve miles an hour, or six miles an
hour around corners, or any public

O'Rourke filled in the pause.

"I believe so. And you, Colonel street of tne clty of ocala. outside of


"I may have to wait over until the
next steamer," he admitted warily.
"I sympathise heartily with your
disgust at the prospect," laughed the
"Eh? And why? Tis a land of fair
repute for climate and beauty."
"Ah, but I live In Burmah, you see,
and so have come to know it far too
well. But that's the way with all ex expatriates,
patriates, expatriates, isn't It to hate their homes
so far from home?"
"Must ye endure it, then, Miss Pyn Pynsent?"
sent?" Pynsent?" "An orphan has little choice. It
seems my kismet to abide in Rangoon
forever and a day. You see, my only
living relative Is an uncle, Mr. Lans-

downe cypher, and nes got no one

else to keep house for him."
"Lansdowne Sypher . !"

The ejaculation sprang to O'Rourke's

lips before he could restrain it.

"Yes. Do you know him? He's the

junior, you know, of the firm of Seo-

retan and Sypher."

"Solicitors, are they not? .
No; 'tis me misfortune not to know
your uncle. But the name of his firm
I've heard."
The genial nature of the Irishman,
which had insensibly warmed to the
girl's charm, withdrew abruptly, tortoise-like,
into a shell of reserve. The
element of coincidence had again en entered
tered entered Into his affairs, and he had
learned a bitter lesson from experience
to distrust coincidence on general
principles. "There's naught so com common
mon common In life as coincidences," he phil philosophised,
osophised, philosophised, "and be the same token
naught so dangerous."
'For which reason he Invented an
early excuse to terminate the conver conversation,
sation, conversation, and ungallantly withdrew to the
seclusion of hi3 stateroom, where he
passed a night that seemed intermina interminable;
ble; interminable; for he lay long In a wakeful pan panic
ic panic of imagination, scheming out a hun hundred
dred hundred stratgems whereby he might con confuse
fuse confuse as many possible attempts to pre

vent the due and safe delivery of the
Pool of Flame into the hands of Mr.
Lansdowne Sypher,
(Continued Tomorrow)

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Entitled An Ordinance to Regulate
the Speed and Use of the Streets
cf the City of Ocala By
De It Ordained by the City Council of
the City of Ocala:

Section l. Evei"y automobile, mo motorcycle,
torcycle, motorcycle, motor car, motor wagon,
carriage, buggy, omnibus, wagon,

dray, push-cart bicycle, motor-bicycle,
and all other conveyances, in what

ever manner or by whatever power

the same mav b driven, ridden or

propelled, which is or may be used for

or adopted to pleasure riding or the

transportation of passengers, baggage

or merchandise, upon the streets, and

everj' draft and riding animal, whetn

er ridden, driven or led, shall consti

tute a vehicle under the intent and
purpose of thi3 ordinance.
Section 2
Vehicles to Keep to the Right.
1. All vehicles shall keep to tho
right of the center of all streets.
Vehicles Meeting.

2. All vehicles meeting, shall rass

each other to the right.
Vehicles Overtakinc; Others

3. All vehicles overtaking another

shall pass to the left.

Tumina to the Right Into Another


4. All vehicles turning to the right
into another street shall turn the cor corner
ner corner as near the curb as practicable.
Turning to the Left Into Another
5. All vehicles turning to the left
Into another street shall pass to the

the fire limits at a greater rate of

speed than fifteen miles an hour, ex

cept police motorcycle in emergent
cases, and fire department vehicles,
or for any person to run, drive, or use
any vehicle in a careless, reckless or

negligent manner.
Section 4. It si all be unlawfu

for any person under the age of fif

teen vears to operate, handle or run

in any manner, an automobile, motor

car or motorcycle, or in any manner

handle the steering wheel or other
apparatus by which the aforesaid ve

hicle is controlled, en any street or

alley in the city of Ocala, and it shal

be unlawful for any person owning

or controlling an automobile, motor

cycle or motar-car to permit any per

son under the age of fifteen years, to

violate the provisions of this ordi


Section 5. It shall be unlawful to

run or operate any automobile in any j
the city of Ocala, unless the same is
provided with a good and sufficient
brake, in good working order.
Section C. All automobiles and motor-cars
shall be equipped with one

good horn, gong or bell, and show be

tween the period of one-half hour

after sunset and one hour lefore sun sunrise,
rise, sunrise, two lamps showing white lights
visible at a distance of 300 feet ahead.

and shall show to tiie rear, a red
light by separate lamp, and a white
light to the right hand, the rays of
which lamp shall shine upon the

number required in such a manner as
to make the number visible In the di

rection from which the automobile or
motor-car may be proceeding; and all

motorcycles shall le equipped with

one good horn, gong or bell, and shall

show during the time prescribed for

automobiles in the preceeeding sction

one lamp showing a white light vis visible
ible visible at the same distance: all bicycles
shall be equipped with and shall show

during the time prescribed for auto automobiles,
mobiles, automobiles, one lamp showing a white

light visible at least 100 feet ahead.

Section 7. It shall be unlawful to

run any automooue or motorcycle

within the corporate limits of the

city of Ocala, with the exhaust or

cut-out open, or unnecessarily blow

ing horns, bells or gongs.

Section 8. No person driving a

hack, dray or other vehicle shall take
a stand, waiting or to continue to oc occupy
cupy occupy for more than five (5) minutes,

the street next to the sidewalk in
front of any store, office, house or lot,
when objection is made by the owner
or occupant of the premises; no per person
son person shall permit a horse or horses,
vehicle-or vehicles in his or her
charge, to remain or stop upon a side sidewalk.
walk. sidewalk. Section 9. It shall be unlawful for
any person to drive on the streets of
Ocala, any blind animal to vehicles
for public hire.
Section 10. It shall be unlawful
for any terson or persons t hitch

any animal on the .streets of the city

of Ocala, except in a 'good, safe and
substantial manner.

Section 11. Any person or persons
convicted for the violation of any of

the provisions of this ordinance.

shall be punished by fine not exeeed
ing 50, nor less, than $3; or imprison

ed not exceeding 20 days, or both fine
and imprisonment, within the discre

tion of the court.

Section 11. This ordinance shall

go into force and effect immediately

upon its passage by the city council

and approval by the mayor, and 'all

ordinances or parts of ordinances in

onflict herewith are hereby repealed

Placed on first reading and re referred
ferred referred to the Judiciary Committee
March 19, 1912; placed on second
eading, adopted by sections May 21,

1912; placed on third and final read

ing and passed by roll-call May 21,

1912. IL R. CAItROLU
President of the City Council.
City Clerk.

Approved by me as mayor of Ocala,

Florida, this May 23rd, 1912.
5-2S-Tues. Mayor of Ocala.

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