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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
Star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
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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).
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VOL. 19.
OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, JULY 8, 1912.
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TOWER HOUSE OF THE FLORIDA POWER COMPANY OX THE WITHLACOOCHEE RIVER
. (From the Star's Industrial Edition)

A BAD LIVER robs you of energy, strength and
ambition. To rid yourself of the burden, take
SIMMONS
RED S
LIVER REGULATOR
(THE POWDER FORM)
It is a fine strengthening medicine for a torpid liver. The weakened
organ responds promptly to its powerful reviving influence. It corrects
the stomach and digestion. Purifies and regulates the bowels. Drives
out that languid half-sick feeling, makes you feel bright, vigorous
and cheerful. Try it.
OLD Br DCALCRS. PRICK. UROt PACKAGE. (I.OO.
Aik lor the gimaine with the Bed Z on the label. It you rannot ttet tt remit to of. we will
end by mail postpaid. Blmraong Liver Krgulator Is pot op alio in liquid form fur those who prefer
it. trice, l.M per "bottle. Look for the Ked Z label.
J. H. ZEILIN & CO.. PROPS.. ST. LOUIS. MO.

'SIVUXM'S. BARGAINS
1 $05 Dining Room Set, Table, Chairs and Closet, like new $.15.00
1 Mahogany Parlor Set, 3 pieces, loose cushions, only 22.00
1 Wicker Parlor Set, 6 pieces, good condition, only 10.00
1 G-hole Steel Range, with reservoir, good condition ... 18.50
1 Home-Made Desk and Book Case, glass doors, only . 0.50
1 Second Hand Organ, $17. Another for only 22.00
1 Phonograph, and 6 Records, only -5.75
1 used Graphophone and 5 Records, Bargain at only 0.00
1 used Graphophone and 8 Records, very cheap at 12.85
Lot of used Records, some good as new, at 20c, 30c, 40c eacb
Graphophone Needles, soft tone, 200 for 10
Mosquito Canopies, Steel Frames, large size, $1.00; for iron beds, $3.3v
SMITH'S, Back of Variety Store

I Motorcycle Service f
i For i

TIRE TROUBLE 0 IV THE ROAD

? Phone 438
1 MAYCRAFT & DAVHES

HOTEL CHURCHILL

BROADWAY AND 14th ST.
Union Square
NEW YORK

Clean, Comfortable, Convenient and Home-Like Hotel, on

the American and European Plans.
American Plan, 2 per day and up. European Tlan, $1.00 per day and up,
Special-Weekly Rates,
Churchill & Co.

DUXNELLOX DOTS

Sea Girt. N. J.. July 8. Governor
Wood row Wilson and Senator-elect
Ollie James of- Kentucky, who was
;.f-rni Jii-nt chairman oi the Raltirnore
convention, decided this mornins to
have the governor formally notified of
his nomination on the lawn of New
Jersey's "little White House' nere it
2 o'clock on the afternoon of Wednes Wednesday.
day. Wednesday. Au?, 7. Mr. James came i.j from
Washington and had a long talk with
the nominee, daring which he was re requested
quested requested to name as late a date a- pos

sible to afford Gov. ilson to catch
t-i with hi. correspondence, now 10.-

000 letters and telegram behind.

The speech of notification will be
short and the governor". reply will
sound the keynote of the campaign.
Mr. James declared. Governor Wilson
let it b known that he would deal
chiefly with the high cost of livir.n
and the tarifT. which he regards a the
leading issues, clearly and fully. Un Until
til Until that time, however, he will have
little to say in reply to criticisms of
the platform by Theodore Rooseve't oi
anybody else. His peech of accept acceptance,
ance, acceptance, which he will shortly begin to
draft, will be his first public comment,
he declared, upon the party platform.

TIIRKB TRULY GREAT MEX

(Advocate)
There will be a public picnic at

Juliette on Wednesday, July 10th. All
are cordially invited to attend.

Miss Avery Thomas returned' to our

city last week and ha3 accepted her
old position with Mrs. Flargainneir.

Chas. J. Phillips, a prominent con

tractor of Ocala, was among the bus business
iness business visitors to the city Wednesday.

Miss Dessie- Williams, one of Crys

tal River's pretty daughters, is in the

city this week visiting her friend.

Mrs. Peter.

Edward Davis, state's attorney for

this circuit, was among the promi

nent Ocala folk here Wednesday.

Mrs. Harmon Head and little daugh

ter arrived in the city Tuesday for

several days' visit with relatives.

Mrs. J. I Trotter left Tuesday for

Green Springs, where she has been
enjoying a pleasant sojourn for the
past few days.

Mr. Zimmerman received news this

week of the arrival of a fine baby boy

at the home of his sister, Mrs. Curtis
Adams of High Springs.

D. J. Gegner, who lives at Gerner's
Island, on the Gulf, was in the city

several days this week visiting his

many friends and his daughter. Miss
Hlsia Gegner.

W. D. Edwards and family and Mr.

Cleve Williams, who enjoyed a two

week's trip to Tampa and St. Peters

burg, returned last Friday. They re

port a very pleasant time.
Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Zipperer and Mrs.
Zipperer's brother, Mr. Knox Averitt,

expect to leave today for White

Springs, where Mr. Zipperer has a
lucrative position.
L. II. Knight, one of our prominent
citizens, returned last week from Bal Baltimore,
timore, Baltimore, where he has been for the past
several weeks having an operation
performed. He Is much improved and
his friends wish him well.

Washington, July 8. Democratic
Leader Oscar W. Underwood of the
House has received the following: tele telegram
gram telegram from Gov. Wilson:
"Your message of congratulation
has given me deep pleasure. It cheers
me as much as It strengthens me to
have the support of a man whose char character
acter character and leadership in Congress all
the country admires. Please accept
my assurance of warm personal re regard."
gard." regard." "Woodrow Wilson."
Speaker Clark has received the fol following
lowing following message from Gov. Wilson:
"Your message of congratulation has
given me deep pleasure and your gen generous
erous generous offer to do all you can to aid in
my election is characteristic of your

readiness to undertake every task the

party imposes upon you. Pray accept

my warmest assurance or personal re

gard and of pleasure In the. anticipa-

ion of working with you."
"Woodrow Wilson."

THOUSANDS DYTNG
Every day from kidney, bladder and
rheumatic troubles. Why suffer death
when a $1 bottle, a sixty-day treat

ment of Hall's Texas Wonder, seldom

fails to cure? Send for testimonials,
Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive street, St
Louis, Mo. Sold by all druggists.

SAWMILL AXD TIMBER FOR SALE

One small 10M capacity, portable

sawmill complete and timber for sale,
Apply or write Nathan Mayo, Summer Summer-field,
field, Summer-field, Fla.

For every purpose or a flesh healing
liniment for man or beast there Is no
remedy more powerful than DARBY'S

PROPHYLACTIC FLUID. It is an ad

dition to its effectiveness on the flesh a
wonderful Internal remedy. It relieves

cramps, colic, dysentery, sore throat.

swollen tonsils and sick stomach. As
a disinfectant for the sick room it is
of extraordinary value. It destroys

germs and purifies the air. Added to
the water for bathing the face of a

fever patient it is not only refreshing,

but it tends to allay the fever. Price

50c ber bottle. Sold by all druggists.

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VIEW OF THE I'OWER HOUSE OF THE FLORIDA POWER COMPANY, SHOWING OVLllFI)V FROM DAM
(From the Star's Industrial Edition)

COLKMAX

(Sumter County Times)
Mr. John M. Condrey and wife left
several days ago to spend the sum summer
mer summer in Atlanta and Asheville.
Miss Leffers left Monday to spend
some time with her sister in Hunts Hunts-ville,
ville, Hunts-ville, Ala.
Prof. J. P. Parker went to Ocala
Tuesday to assist the Ocala band in
playing for a big Fourth of July cele celebration
bration celebration at Palatka.
The municipal election passed off
very quietly, the following officers be being
ing being elected: T. H. Wicker, mayor: W.
R. Yarborough, R. C. Bridges, B. H.
Bridges, G. W. Caruthers, aldermen;
A. W. Kimbrough. clerk.

Kendrlck, July 4. Mr. Clinton Carl

ton was called away Thursday to

Michigan, where his sister is in a low

condition. He will remain there till

the latter part of the winter. His

friends hope for the best.

Mrs. Rosa Windmill returned last

week from Homosassa, where she vis-

ted realtlves. i
Mr. J. S. Fulcher came out Sunday

from Ocala and spent the day with

Mr and Mrs. A. A. Olin and friends.

Mrs, Emma Webb left Monday for a

visit to Ocala.

Mr. G. W Ray made a flying trip to

Ocala Sunday and returned Monday.

All our farmers are pulling fodder

now.

T. B. Sims is shipping tomatoes.
Mrs. Claude E. Green and children

are visiting Mr. Clyde L. Ray.

There is a demand here for labor.
Mr. and Mrs. P. O. Bostick are visit

ing Mrs. G. W. Ray.

Mr. Ed Boone left last week for

Georgia to pack cantaloupes. He pack

ed here) for T. B. Sims.

Mr. Charlie Sims of Martin spent

Sunday with his parents.

Mr. G. A. Powell arrived here Tues

day night from Georgia to srJend a few

days with his sister. Mrs. G. W. Ray.

Mr. G. W. Ray left for Georgia last

Tuesday.

Dunkin & Bridges shipped the last

car of melons from this poInL

Mrs. John Guthrey and children left

Thursday morning to spend the Fourth
at Rochelle with relatives.

There Is more catarrh In this sec section
tion section of the country than all other dis-

jeases put together, and until the last

few years was supposed to be Incura

ble. For a great many years doctors

pronounced it a local disease and
prescribed local remedies, and by con constantly
stantly constantly failing to cure with local
treatment, pronounced It incurable.
Science has proven catarrh to be a
constitutional disease and therefore
requires constitutional treatment.

Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, "Is
the only constitutional cure on the
market. It is taken internally In
doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful.
It acts directly on the blood and mu mucous
cous mucous surfaces of the system. They
offer one hundred dollars for any case
It fails to cure. Send for circulars
and testimonials.' Address: F. J. Che Cheney
ney Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by drug druggists,
gists, druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family rills
for constipation.

FLORIDA HOYS ON"
GEORGIA DIAMONDS

WHAT MAKES A WOMAN t
One hundred and twenty pounds,
more or less, of bone and muscle don't

make a woman. Its a good foundation.
Put into it health and strength and she

may rule a kingdom. But that's Just
what Electric Bitters give her. Thou Thousands
sands Thousands bless them for overcoming
fainting and dirzy 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
Tydings & Company.

ELECTION" AT CRYSTAL RIVER
At the municipal election held in
Crystal River Tuesday, R. W. Ervin
was elected mayor: Thomas Harvey,
narshal: C. A. Miller and NIc Barco
were re-elected couneilmen: A. S.
Knig. re-elected clerk. The same com-nittei-men
who served last year were
chosen again. The only change made
was that of marshal. Quitman Hay be being
ing being defeated. Inverness Chronicle.

Anthony, July 8. The writer has

Just received news from one of the
"fruit 'tourists" of Marion county of
an interesting game of baseball be between
tween between the famous Camilla team and
some of our Marion county boys. The
score was 8 to 3 in favor of our boys.
Clarence C. Gates from Anthony pitch pitched
ed pitched the game, never gave up a hit and
made one. home run. Hillman and
Gates of Anthony won the game by
their strong nerve and wisdom at the
bat. Gates struck out the first nine
men at the bat. The Marion county
players were Hillman and Gates of

Anthony, Boyles, Young and Luffman

of Sparr and Coleman of Coleman,
who caught the game and did credit
to his team. Several other Florida
boys played, but we did not get their
names. If our boys can play so well
without their home girls to root for
them, you ought to see them at home.

JUST AMMVEP
A NEW SHIPMENT OF

TRUNKS,
BAGS,
SUET CASES
SEE US FIRST IF YOU
ARE INTERESTED.

HELHi PASTEUR

OCALA, FLORIDA

The greatest enemy of childhood is
the tape worm. It destroys health and
undermines the constitution. The great greatest
est greatest enemy of Intestinal worms Is
WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE. It
removes the worms and helps the child

back to strensth. vigor and cheorful-
ness. Price 2 tents per bottle. Soil
by all druzgisfs.

GOi RIGHT THROUGH
The entire equipment of an auto an the
articles occur to you. They come her
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
licene tag in the back. If It's for air
auto it's here.

Florida 'Auto SaEes Co.
Norih of Government Buildinn Ocala. Fla.

MAIL CARRIERS WILL FLY
This is an age of great discoveries.
Progress rides on the air. Soon we may
see Uncle Sam's mail carriers flying in
all directions, transporting mail. Peo People
ple People take a wonderful Interest in a dis discovery
covery discovery that benefits them. That's
why Dr. King's New Discovery for
coughs, colds and other throat and
lung diseases Is the most popular
medicine in America, "It cured me of
a dreadful cough." writes Mrs. J. F
Davis. Stickney Corner. Me. "after
doctor's treatment and all other rem remedies
edies remedies had failed." For coughs, cold?
or any bronchial affection its unequal unequal-ed.
ed. unequal-ed. Price 50e and $1. Trial bottle
free at Tydings & Company.

VIEW OF THE WITHLACOOCHEE RIVER FROM THE DAM OF THE FLORIDA POWER COMPANY
(From the Star's Industrial Edition)

IKE SIMMONS ON" THE JOn AfiIN
I have returned to the city and am
siir. in line- to do your wallpaper
hanging, painting and any kind of In Interior
terior Interior decorating or finishing for your
ho'ise. See me before letting, your

contract.

Isaac Simmons.

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.

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DAM OF THE FI)RIDA If)VER COMPANY WITH POWER HOl'FE'W THE DISTANCE
(From the Star Industrial Edition)

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OCALA EVStSQ STAR, M0XDA1, tttT 8, 1912.

OCALA EVENING STAR

, Bitilnger & Carroll Proprietors.
' ft. TL Carroll, Business Manager.
J. IT. Benjamin, Editor.
Entered In the postofflce at Ocala,
Fla., as second class mail matter.
The New York World speaks of
Ryan. Murphy, et als, as "predatory
patriots."
"A m..li9 n ath1tpa arc parrvln? off
the prizes at the Olympic gavea in
Stockholm.
"The Bull-moose" Is the name con conferred
ferred conferred on Teddy's' new party. Taft
probably thinks It is a bull in a china
shop.
Congressman George Malby of Opr-
denburgr, N. Y.. a well known conser
vatlve republican, died suddenly at a
Nw York hotel Saturday.
It is rank injustice to allow white
men or, rather some white men
to do with impunity what negroes are
sentenced to the chaingang for.
Hearst's New York American an
nounces that it will support Wilson.
No doubt that Hearst can give Wilson
powerful support If he will and It Is
no more than he should do.
George W. Bristol of DeLand. one of
Volusia county's most popular citi citizens,
zens, citizens, and for over twenty years clerk
of the court of criminal record of that
county, died July 4. Ill remains were
shipped to his old home In Owego,
N. Y., for burial.
The Star does not want to make any
Incendiary remarks, but the honest
truth is that half a dozen lynchlngs
would purify the moral atmosphere of
Florida and expedite the work of the
courts and all the honorees of the
necktie parties wouldn't be negroes
either.
The Seaboard Air Line has absorbed
the Tampa Northern from Tampa to
Brooksvllle, and will soon build a con
necting link from that town to its
terminus at Inverness. This gives the
Seaboard an immense advantage in
port facilities at Tampa, and will give
It a short line from Tampa to the
west.
Perhaps the spirit of prophecy was
working in Oliver Goldsmith 150 years
ago and revealed to him the presiden
tlal campaign of 1912. Else, why did
he write:
But soon a wonder came to light
That Showed the rogues they lied;
The folks recovered of the bite.
The dog it was that died.
The Ocala Star is all-wool-and-a-yard-wlde,
when it comes to repre representing
senting representing the true Interests of the people
and Its done with a sprightliness
that makes It a welcome household
-visitor. St. Augustine Meteor.
The fact that the above compliment
comes from an independent and out outspoken,
spoken, outspoken, as well as interesting- news newspaper,
paper, newspaper, makes It of double value.
Sam J. White, state evangelist for
the Christian churches' of Florida, has
Tesigned, according to a Jacksonville
dispatch. He has accepted the pas pastorate
torate pastorate of the new Christian church at
Savannah, Ga., beginning his work
there the first of July. His Florida
friends will be very sorry to lose Mr.
White. He is a popular man as well
as a good preacher.
Editor Benjamin Is going to take
Editor Harris for a drive out Lemon
avenue Just as soon as he returns
home. -It was the Banner's time to
crow a few weeks ago, but the Star
may now hand out the lemons. Pen Pen-sacola
sacola Pen-sacola Journal.
We couldn't think of handing Uncle
Frank anything but peaches. We often
differ with him on policy, but never
doubt his principle.
A few weeks ago, the Star copied
with proper credit from the Atlanta
Journal an article on "Misplaced Men
and Women," by Dr. Frank Crane.
Since then It has been copied with
credit to the Star In a dozen state pa papers.
pers. papers. The Lakeland Telegram copied
it with proper credit, and today we see
It In another state exchange with
credit to the Telegram. Which goes
to show that some folks are not as
careful as they should be.
It la nauseating to hear some of the
papers of Florida say that the Times Times-Union
Union Times-Union is not patrlotic and democratic.
Tampa Tribune.
We are afraid you are In for being
sick a good deal of your time. The
Times-Union Is a mighty fine paper,
but its democracy Is like the .Chris .Christianity
tianity .Christianity of the parson who preached
against the Turks and Jews, because
they had no friends In his congrega congregation.
tion. congregation. The Mexican counter revolution
seems to be on its last legs. Orozco.
who yet has about 300 men with him,
Is reported to have two different plans
one Is to work his way south and
join. Zapata the other Is to fall back
on Juarez and conduct a guerilla war
ill Northern Mexico. The governor of
Texas U sending state troops to the
border with the avowed intention of
opening fire on the Mexicans the next
time bullets cross the frontier. In the
matter of shooting across the border,
the Mexicans haven't paid much atten attention
tion attention to the United States government,
but they may find the Texans a differ different
ent different proposition.
PAPERS SUPPORTING
THE NEW PARTY
We do not hear much of it down
here in Florida, but the third party is
anything but weak in the north and
west. Already such influential republi republican
can republican and Independent papers as the
Chicago Tribune and Post, the Phil Philadelphia
adelphia Philadelphia North American, the Kansas
City Star and Times, the Boston Jour Journal,
nal, Journal, the Washington Times, the Bal Baltimore
timore Baltimore News, the Pittsburg Leader,
the Emporia Garette, the Spokane
Spokesman-Review, the San Francisco
Bulletin, the" Los Angeles Tribune and
Express, the Fresno Republican, the
Madison Wisconsin State Journal, the
Indianapolis Star, the Muncle Star, the
Terre Haute Star, and the Louisville"
Herald have rallied to the support of
this newcomer in the political field,
and the same course has been followed,
says the San Francisco Bulletin, by
two-thirds of the country press of the
Pacific coast. The, work of local or organization
ganization organization Is proceeding rapidly in
Chicago, Boston. New Orleans and
many other cities, while the problems
of national organization ara In the
hands of a temporary committee com composed
posed composed of governors, senators, newspa newspaper
per newspaper proprietors, a judge, an ex-congressman,
an ex. cabinet officer, and
others, representing; in all some flf-

teen states. Although Governors Ila.l Ila.l-Iey
Iey Ila.l-Iey of Missouri, Deneen of Illinois, and
AMrich of Nebraska, who fought under

he lioosevelt banner In the Coliseum
convention, refused to follow it be beyond
yond beyond the republican fold, the leader?
who stand with the colonel do not
seem to be at all worried over these i
desertions. "The new movement will
go right ahead, nothing will .stop it."
declares Governor Johnson of Califor California.
nia. California. "There must be no compromise,
no straddle," says Colonel Itooseveli,
who adds: "I shall fight the battle thru
to the end."
.In answer to th remark of a Taft
delegate that it takes money to run
even a reform, campaign, and that "it
remains to be ser.n whether the syn
dicate that has leen underwriting the
colonel's aspirations for a regular
third-term nomination will care to
subscribe to any further issues of
Hoosevelt securities." a correspondent
of the New York Times points out that
the new party already numbers anions?
its adherents such men of wealth as
Gifford and Amos I'inchot, Charles I:.
Crane, William Flinn. George V. V r-
kins, Frank A. Munsey, Iaani.-1 Han-J
na, Senator liourn1. Oscar Straus,
and Alexander If. Ilevell. The same
correspondent states that popular in
terest in the new party is spontan
eously taking the form of contribu
tions to its campaign fund.
SUSS MAHV PHOCTOII IJHOVi:
Rfflrlent and Much KmIwmhI Trninrtl
iir lmt Her l.lfr In Itae
Surf nt raltlo
Miss Mary E. Proctor, one of the
best known registered nurses of Jack
sonville, was drowned in the surf at
Pablo Beach yesterday afternoon at
about 1:30 o'clock, while her sister.
Miss Louise McKinney. narrowly es escaped
caped escaped a like fate, after they had been
induced to go out too far by a young
man, who, it developed, could only
take care of himself during such peril perilous
ous perilous moments. Confusion reigned about
the board walks and among bathers
nearby. Miss McKinney was rescued
by a young man who hurried to her
assistance, but, exhausted through his
battle with the breakers, he was un unable
able unable to rescue. Miss Proctor. Rich Richard
ard Richard Taylor, Chancey Singleton and
Clifford McMeekin, attaches of the
Ocean View hotel bath house, made an
heroic effort to save Miss Proctor, but
could only recover her all but lifeless
body. She was finally drawn out on
the beach and Dr. Greiner called to her
sicfe. The physician worked despe
rately to resuscitate the unfortunate
young woman, but she had been in the
water too long, and his efforts were
futile.
I.lttle IferolMin Sbotvn
Characterized as a useless waste of
a human life and the whole accident
as one in which the elements of hero-
Ism were sadly wanting on the part of
nearby bathers, the accident appeared
to many who were near the scene as
one which could have been averted
Just after the two young women en
tered the surf, the unknown young
man came forward and asked them to
let him pilot both out some distance.
Gradually, it is said, he carried them
further, out, when suddenly the waves
broke upon them. Added to this, wa
the strong undertow at that point and
the panic-stricken fears of the trio
The young man is said to have be v. of
no assistance whatever to the won. en.
Battle AgnlnMt Odds
It was at about this time that .Tiss
McKinney was rescued and brought to
the beach. The three attaches of the
bath house, Taylor, Singleton and Mc
Meekin, were in their citizens' cloth clothing
ing clothing when tney saw what was tTking
place. Taylor and Singleton both
reached the point where Miss Proctor
was drowning at the same time, but
just as one caught her, a tall breaker
came and his grip was broken. Mo-
Meekin had then placed a life line and
buoy In place and the body was
brought to shore.
Popular Young Woman
Miss Proctor's home was at 15 West
Sixth street. She Is survived by her
mother, Mrs. Mollie M. McKinney and
two sisters, who are Misses Emmie G
Proctor and Louise McKinney. She
was born in Ocala, but the family has
resided in Jacksonville for a number
of years. She was well known as a
trained nurse and had scores of friends
who will be shocked at the news of
her death. She and Miss McKinney
are said to have made the trip to Pab
lo yesterday primarily for the purpose
of engaging boarding accommodation!
for their mother for a few weeks
During their stay, they decided to :
into the surf. The body was placed In
charge of William C. Cooper, Jr., and
Brought to the city.
m m m
Miss Mary Proctor received her
training as a nurse in the Marion
County Hospital, and was a graduate
of that institution. Her first work as
a nurse was clone in this city and
county, and she was much esteemed
here. The news of her death causes
great regret, particularly among the
physicians of the city, with whom she
worked in many difficult cases.
EPW'OHTII LEAGUE IUSINESS
AND SOCIAL MEETING
Friday evening, July fth, the mem members
bers members of the Senior Fpworth league of
the Methodist church of this city as assembled
sembled assembled at the home of the pastor,
Rev. J. Ti. Ley, on Fort King avenue,
for the purpose of electing new offi officers
cers officers and discussing business matters
connected with the work.
It was decided to change the meet meeting
ing meeting hour from 7:13 in the evening to
4 in the afternoon.
The following officers were elected:
President, Mr. Hoy Nixon: secretary.
Miss Kunice Ellis; treasurer, Mr. I. IT.
Forbes; first vice president, Miss
Louise Nixon: second vice president,
Miss Mabel Rachelder; third vice pres president,
ident, president, Miss Ruth Ervin; fourth vice
president, Mr. Sam Iliekel: Era asent.
Miss Florence Leitner; reporter, Mr.
Carroll Fraser; pianist. Mr. Carlton
Ervin; assistant pianist. Miss Eleanor
Nixon.
After a few brief words by the pre presiding
siding presiding elder. Rev. T. J. Nixon, the
business meeting adjourned. The re remainder
mainder remainder of the evening was pleasantly
passed with games and music. All
were presented with a copy of several
conundrums, especially prepared for
the evening. The prize. a souvenir
book, was to be awarded for the larg largest
est largest number of correct answers.
After the contest, the pianist charm charmed
ed charmed all by rendering several selections
on the organ, after which refresh refreshments
ments refreshments of ice cream and cake were
served, the same being readily re received
ceived received and enjoyed by all.
In behalf of the league I wish to
thank Mrs. Ley and her assistants for
the pleasant evening afforded us.
Reporter.
It SEI1ALL GOODS
My line of baseball goods is the
most complete to be found anywhere,
and I can fit up a club with the whole
outfit balls, bats, masks, gloves, shoes
and mits, etc. Why pay more? R.
Goldman's Pawn Shop.

pgTheyVe got our coinage call bellied up
s.its r.4 Aitfi francs op shillings .crowns and pence

Cl Cc?- Bill Mlpp
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( HARK V QjFL THE ISLAND ) f CANNIBALS)

GINK AND BOOB THY MANAGE TO ESCAPE FROM HOGENBACK BY TAKING CHANCE31

TWEXTY-OM-: MVES LOST
IN A It A II.HO AIJ WllKCIi
Lisonier, la.. July 7. Twenty-one
lives, according to the official list,
were sacrificed in the railroad craph
on the Wilpen branch of the Li?onier
Valley Railroad last nig-ht when a pas passenger
senger passenger coach was crushed between
two locomotives.
SKIPPED WITH THE
COMPANY'S SHEKELS
Kustis, July 8. A. C. Hewitt, recent recently
ly recently appointed auent of the Southern
Express Company at this point, is
my.steriouVly missing and with him
about $."000 of the company's money.
SPLENDID TRACT
OP LAND FOR SALE
A tract of 1237 acres of the choicest
Marion county farming land. Several
hundred acres in cultivation, and near nearly
ly nearly all fenced. First class farm build buildings
ings buildings of all kinds. Good timber on por portion
tion portion of land not in cultivation. Close
to railroad and hard roads pass thru
portions of the land. Only five miles
from Ocala. This is one of the best
farming tracts In the best section of
Marion, the banner county of the state
of Florida. The price is very reasona reasonable.
ble. reasonable. If interested, address Box 606.
Ocala, Fla.
THI NKS, STIT CASES, ETC
When you are thinking of your sum summer
mer summer trip, remember that 1 have the
largest line of trunks, suit eases, hand
bags, etc., in Central Florida to select
from. I guarantee to save you money
and will make you liberal allowance
on your old one. I sell more of these
goods than any house in Central Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. There's a reason. Why pay more?
li. Goldman's Fawn Shop.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby iriven that the
Roard of County Commissioners will
receive bids for one Gasoline or oil
Traction Engine of to 60 horse-power,
and 4 or more ."U to 4-yard capa capacity
city capacity all steel cars for road building.
Said bids to be opened at noon August
6, 1912. S. T. Sistrunk, Clerk.
HAPPIEST GIRL IN LINCOLN
A Lincoln, Neb., girl writes. "I had
been ailing for some time with chronic
constipation and stomach trouble. I
began taking Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets and in three days I
was able to be up and get better right
along. I am the proudest girl in IJn IJn-coln
coln IJn-coln to find such a good medicine."
For sale by all druggists.
SHOES
I have on hand eight hundred pairs
of men's shoes all leathers and all
styles $4 values for $2.."0 Why pay
more? R. Goldman's Fawn Shop.
WANTED
Second-hand store fixtures. Give
description and price, to 140 South
Lime street.
INSECT I1ITE COSTS LEG
A Roston man lost his leg from the
bite of an insect two years before. To
avert such calamities from stings and
bites of insects use Rucklen's Arnica
Salve promptly to kill the poison and
prevent inflammation. swelling nnd
pain. Heals burns, boil, ulcers, piles,
eczema, cuts, bruises. Only 23 cents
at Tydlngs & Company.
Can furnish from one setting to one
thousand pure bred Rhode Island Red
eggs for hatching at $10 per hundred.
Ed Carmichael. Ocala.
I N R E I) E EM E D PI .ED G E s
Among my unredeemed pledges I
have watches of all standard makes,
guns, revolvers and ammunition of ev every
ery every description. If you have any am ammunition
munition ammunition you want to get rid of I will
buy it either on exchange or for cash.
Why pay more? R. Goldman's Pawn
Shop.
Cook your next roast In a paper uag,
and get the bag from the Pot Office
Drug Store. 25c. the package.

TOIL

PERPETRATED BY WALT Ac DOUGALL

"WHEN WE WERE ABROAD-

Thecipps are bdcU frximurrup
weelcslhey Ve been dbrodefing
And evervlhrhglhTjj foreign
Mnd ouJl kandishtheyVe dpplduding.
i hfv'm wpflrinrl bridriv Hrrtutri Tweeds.

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TheiY SDeecn is blurred bv Scotch, decent.

be Odbbles menu French

MdMapptdlks of those abattoirs
Where she met artists of cfredt note ;

4- II -T -41 IJ
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lells ol I he mason rvooce

And boosts 1he Cdffy des Booze Arts,
While Moud ie says the Mayonaise,

As pheasants sang it. fired their he'drts f

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Owing to the contractors, who have
the contract for, remodeling the store
building not being. able to commenc
work until Monday, July 15th, the big
sale that has been going on for the
last ten days will be continued through
the week ending July 13th. Rargains
will be better than ever, as the stock
must be reduced to a lower point than
it now is.
LEVON
Levon. July 6. Messrs. P. .M. Mose Mose-ley,
ley, Mose-ley, C. L. Simpson and C. L Gaulding
and Miss Grace Rnmsdell were busi business
ness business visitors to Ocala Monday.
Miss Lottie Perry of Pedro is the
guest of Miss Julia Waters this week.
Mr. W. J. Frink was looking up
business for his company in Summer Summer-field
field Summer-field Monday.
After several days visit with her
brother, Dr. T.. '"K. Slaughter, Miss
Viola Slaughter eft Tuesday night for
her home in Jackson.' Ga.
Mr. W. J. Frink was a business vis visitor
itor visitor to Ocala Wednesday.
Among those who attended the bar barbecue
becue barbecue at Summerfield the 4th from Le Levon
von Levon were Dr. and Mrs. T. K. Slaughter,
Mrs. A. H. Goodwin, Misses Julia Wa Waters,
ters, Waters, Lottie Ferry and Thelma Gauld Gaulding,
ing, Gaulding, Mr. Tom Proctor, Mr. and Mrs.
Aikins, Mr. C. L Simpson and Miss
Grace Ramsdell, Mr. Sam Rarrett and
Mr. Oliver Hicks.
Mr. R. R. Rhodes and family visited
in Ocala the Fourth.
Messrs. John Culpepper, Will Lucius,
C. A. Oliver, C. L., II. C. and Rennie
Gaulding took in the Stuckey-Schreck
fight in Ocala Thursday night.
Mr. Rob Raney of Helena. Fla., is
visiting relatives at Levon this week.
Mr. I. M. Moseley and wife spent
the Fourth in Ocala.
Mr. W. J. Frink spent a few hours in
ocala Friday night.
Mr. Victor McDuffie is on the sick
list this week.
Rubonic plague has broken out In
Havana.
Col. Tlsos. F. Hancock has been ap appointed
pointed appointed county attorney in Hernando
county.
GROCERY STORE FOR SALE
All new stock, new building, good lo location.
cation. location. II. A. Kramer.
V. B. KELLER & CO.
(Formerly Smith & Roberts)
Funeral Directors and
Licensed Embalmers
Lady Assistant when required
Calls Answered Promptly Night
or Day, to All Parts of City
or Country
Parlors Located Between Ideal
Theater and Express Office
DAY PHONE, 345
NIGHT PHONE, 448
V. B. KELLER & CO.
C. J, PHILLIPS
Contractor and Builder
Plans ana !pecittcations Furnished
Upon Request.
129 South Third Street
OCALA FLORIDA

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LEESBURG LOCALS
(Commercial)
Two thousand or more people from
all parts of Lake-and -Sumter counties
came to Leesburs. yesterday, partici participate
pate participate in the celebration, planned for
the day. The business houses and res residences
idences residences on Main street were, sally ,dec-
orated and everything went. .off
smoothly until a little after 11 o'clock
when one of the hardest rains of the
season considerably interfered with
the program.
Rev. Mr. Hitchcock, pastor of the
Methodist church at Okahumpka. was
trading in the city Tuesday. Last Sat Saturday
urday Saturday he intended to take a dose of
coush syrup but instead picked up a
bottle of carbolic acid. His mouth and
lips were badly. burned with the acid
but fortunately he did not swallow
any of it.
Mrs. E. W. Ramage of Troy, Ala., Is
in the city on a visit to her mother,
Mrs. J. W. Fussell, Sr.
Mrs. Rilea and children left Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday for Eustls to join Mr. Rilea. and
where they will make their. home.
Mrs. J.. C. Compton and little daugh daughter.
ter. daughter. Gene, left Wednesday tor Mont Mont-eaffle,
eaffle, Mont-eaffle, Tenn., to spend t the Rummer.
Miss Lee Mahoney. left Tuesday
morning to spend the, summer in Sil Silver,
ver, Silver, N. C, and other points.
Miss Rosalie Haynes returned home
last week from Macon, Ga., where she
had been to attend a normal school.
Judge T. J. Ivey Is spending his va vacation
cation vacation in the west and writes from
Maniton. Colo., that he arrived there
in a snow storm.
Mr. Snapp and family who have
made their home In Leesburg for the
past nine months, left Monday for
their home In Tennessee.
Conductor Caruthers and wife have
returned to the city from Talatka,
and Mr. Caruthers is again In charge
of the Leesburg-Croom freight train.
Mr. and Mrs. Pickering returned
Monday from a visit to points In
Texas. On the trip to Texas they
passed through the Mississippi flood
district. For fifty miles or more th
country was covered with water.
iisi:nM. goods
My line of baseball goods is the
most complete to be found anywhere,
and I can fit up a club with the whole
outfit balls, bats, masks, gloves, shoes
and mits, etc. Why pay more? B.
Goldman's Pawn Shop.
THI NKS, SI IT CASKS, KTC.
When you are thinking of your sum summer
mer summer trip, remember that 1 have the
largest line of trunks, suit cases, hand
bags, etc.. In Central Florida to select
from. I guarantee to save you money
and will make you liberal allowance
on your old one. I sell more of these
goods than any house in Central Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. There's a reason. Why pay more?
R. Goldman's Pawn Shop.
jr.ivEi.nr
I want to call your attention to the
fact that I carry a full line of jewelry
in solid gold and gold filled, and I
guarantee every article I sell to be
just as represented, or your money re refunded.
funded. refunded. Why pay more? R. Goldman's
Pawn Shop.
UXREDEEMED PI-KDCiES
Among my unredeemed pledges I
have watches of all standard makes,
guns, revolvers and ammunition of ev every
ery every description. If you have any am ammunition
munition ammunition you want to get rid of I will
buj it either on exchange or for cash.
Why pay more? B. Goldman's Pawn
Shop.
THE CHOICE OF A HUSBAND
Is too important a matter for a woman
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 Tyding3 & Company.
FOR SALE One team or Horses and
wagon. Apply to the Wood mar Sand
& Stone Company.
FOR RENT Offices In Holder build building.
ing. building. Apply to Davis & Martin.

PLINY the Elder says: "It is a maxim universally
agreed upon in agriculture that nothing must be
done too late; and again that everything must be
done in its proper season; while there is & third pre precept,
cept, precept, which reminds us that opportunities lost can
never be regained )
The above is true in agriculture, but it is different
in our day of commercialism, for one opportunity .', fol follows
lows follows fast uf)on the heels of another The successful
man is ready to meet them when they come.-
Years ago, perhaps, he started in a. small way; by
his thrift and economyhe added to his bank balance;
by his honesty and integrity, year by year, he added
to his reputation and credit, which after all is thq
foundation for business success.
It is never too late to start a bank account; it will
help you take advantage of opportunities.
The Munroe & Chambliss M

OCALA,

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When You Can't Find It Anywhere Else.
This remark is made in our store most every day by
PEOPLE WHO KNOW. Some new goods Jnst in:
Cheese, Roquefort, Gorgonzola, Camambert, Chester Brie, Parme Parmesan,
san, Parmesan, Llmburger, Peck's Club Chedder, Swlsa Cheese, Club Cbeee
in medium and large Jars, Pimento, Welsh Rabbit, Sap Saso,
Edam. Shipment Philadelphia Cream Cheese every ten days.
Liver Sausage with Truffles. Puree de Fols Qras'lor Sandwiches.
Pate de Fois Gras with Truffles. Sardines In Glass". Trurfies.
Anchovy and Bloater Paste. Game Paste In Tubes. Puree or Game
in Tins. Caviar. Sardellen. Ring Anchovies. Capers. ; Dundee
Jame and Marmalade. Brands' A-1 Sause. Onion Salt.
.'....--,.'
: GRECIAX; FUIJi GROWN RIPE BLACK OLIVES, preserved In
Pure Olive Oil and Wine Vinegar. Black Olives aro .moreen utrl
' tipus and delicious than ordinary green olives, because they are
full grown, ripe and have gathered the beneficial p. elements and r
properties of their entire growth. 25c. a bottle. Order today.
ABSOLUTELY PURE FILTERED JUICE OF LEMONS. Ready
for use and cheaper than lemons, in bottles, 10c. and 25c.
KXORtt'S BOUILLON CUBES. 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. 2c. a cube. -
KXORR'S SOUP IN TUBES. Sufficient for five plates. Nothing
but water required or preparation. Ready in a few minutes. 10c.
' 7a, tablet. .. '
" ; . . .. o'w'f: fi.
GEORGE WASHINGTON'S TREPARED COFFEE. Made In the
cup. ?Boil your water, and the coffee. Is ready. Perfection for
Picnics, Fishing Trips and Home Use. 25 cups to the tin7 40c
SUMMER DRINKS: Lemon Juice, Apple Juice, Carbonatal Ap Apple
ple Apple Juice, Pineapple Juice, Grape Juice, Boiled Cider, -Fruit
Syrups
. EL Teapot (Grey

PHONES

should be not only v
elegant but everlasting. 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.

Ac Eo MJIMriF

TUBE JEWELER

FOLEYSIODIIEYPHIS

FLORIDA

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OCALA kikSiAd fffAw

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Jill

Y YOU SHOULD BANK WITH

Tine Commercial! Baek

OF OCALA

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

FIrstt Its shareholders are all home people, business

iien and farmers. Their Interests and yours are mutual.

I.maln ritrht here In the community for the upbuilding

ounty.

OVll CERTIFICATES DEAR FOUR PER CEST i.itkhcst
seconds Its business Is governed with conservatism. Speculation plays no
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tart in its conduct. It fosters and encourages nome emerprj,

hiake for soundness and satisfactory bank service.

I. E. McCLAN'E. M. D.

E. L. STEWART. M. D.
Specialist In Diseases of Eye.
Nose. Throat and Lungs

Ear,

ISpeclallst in Clinic Diseases

THE DR. M'CLANE MEDICAL, SURGICAL AND
ELECTRICAL INSTITUTE
Ocala. Florida

niONES:
Jffice. 333.

br. McClane's Residence. 407. Suite

Jr. Stewart's Residence, 52.
Note ii Call. mode by uperlal oppolomeit.

fler 7 p. m. eoeh day.

OFFICE:

1 to 7 Holder Block, Southwest

Corner of Public Square
perl a I C.rulto Urfaary rilatr

XOTICK FOR rAVISG IHDS

Notice Is hereby given that on the
Oth of August, A. D. 1912, the city
ouncll of the city of Ocala, Marlon
ounty, Florida, will consider bids for
he paving with vitrified brick, that
ortlon of Fort King avenue. In the
ity of Ocala, to-wlt: Beginning with
he Intersection of said avenue on the

West side of Main street, running

hence east three thousand eight nun-

tired and forty-one feet, containing ap-

.roxlmafrely eleven thousand nine
iundred$and fifty square yards.
Said bids to be sealed and filed with
he clerk of the city of Ocala at least
Ive days prior to above named meet meet-ng
ng meet-ng of said council; said bids to be
nade in accordance with specifications

ror such paving now on file at the

ity clerk's office In Ocala, Florida.
The city council reserves the right

(o reject any and all bids submitted.

J. D. Robertson, Mayor.
R. R. Carroll,
Fresident of the City Council.
Vttest: II. C. Slstrunk, City Clerk.

DR.

I.IVIXGSTOVS

ROOT AND HERD TEA

ti.. r.rmmt itlood Purifier and Nerve

Tonic, for RhranalUm, Kldaey mud
Illadder Trouble Frlee 50c.

Ilr. LlvlKtoo' DUpepclne Powdero,

for Indigestion and Stomach Trou Trouble
ble Trouble Price SO Ceata

Dr. LtvlugMoa'a Goldea Catarrh Dalm

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

GUARANTEED TO CURE OR NO PAY
Tbciie Remedies Can Alwaya be Found

at the Court Pharmacy, Ocala, Fla.

FIRST-CLASS OFFICE

MAN WANTS POSITION

Any one wishing the services of

skilled office man. quick and accurate

with flsmres. writes excellent hand

a -w -

can secure name and address by apply
Ing at Star office.
SHOES

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K. of P. meet this evening.
Elks meet tomorrow evening.
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.

Moose meet Thursday evening.

F. U. of A. meets Thursday night.

Woodmen meet Friday evening.

Dr. A. I DIaloek, phrlrlaa, office

phoae No. 132.

Col. R. F. Rogers of Lynne was

the city today.

In

Mr. William Fuller is here

Jacksonville for a brief visit.

from

The Ocala News Company has school

books In stock.

Miss Ella Bogle spent Sunday with

friends at the lake.

Mr. Zack Morton represented Drew

& Co. in the city today.

BOARD OP TRADE

The next board of trade meeting

will be held at the courthouse Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday evening. July 17. at 8 o'clock.

OLD MAN HOLDER HAD

THE BEST OF

t.. UIMIII II I

IT

Miss Margaret Little has returned

from a visit to friends at Kendrlck.

Mrs. A. S. J. Wallace of Calvary was

in town today.

Mrs. H. W. Rawl3 leaves tomorrow

for a visit to Columbia, h. u.

Mr. Sidney Weiss of Jacksonville has
... . r V 1-

a position wun -Mr. Jiarcus rraniv.

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

Mrs. Ed Carmlchael left Sunday for
a visit of perhaps two weeks to Green
Springs.

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

The Star regrets to learn that the
entire family of Mr. Bert Newbern at
Leroy are sick.

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

Mrs. Lanier Robertson and her two
pretty children are visiting relatives
at Hickory Island on the gulf.

Alma Zada Face Powder Is the best

we have to offer at 50c the box. The

Post Office Drug Stores.

I have on hand eight hundred pairs

of men's shoes all leathers ana an

styles $4 values for $2.50 Why pay

more? B. Goldman's Pawn Shop.

For summer diarrhoea In children al always
ways always give Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera

and Diarrhoea Remedy and castor oil,

and a speedy cure is certain. For

ale by all dealers.

FULLER & AYER
DENTAL 8UROEON9

Office over Munroe & Chamblis B'k.

OCALA FLORIDA
TERMS. CASH.

E. C. Harnage, a recent graduate or
the Tampa Business College, has Just
been placed in the office of Col. H. M.
Hampton, a prominent attorney of

Ocala. as assistant stenograpner.

L. Stapp. a former graduate, has held
the position of head stenographer in
these offices for some time. Tampa
Times.

Mrs. O. M. Eaton and son, Ottle,

have returned from a pleasant stay of
i several weeks at Worthlngton Springs.

where they had a most delightful

tme. Lakeland Telegram.

J, E. OHACE

DENTAL SURGEON

Rooms O, 10 and 11. Second Floor,

Holder Block.
OCALA - FLORIDA
: -. TERMS. CASH,

FOR RENT The Bell residence, 198

East Adams street: two-story, seven

rooms and bath. Apply to Joseph Bell,

city.

WANTED A firnt rlaaa machlnUt at
once. Apply to the Ocala Gmm Engine
Work. T-l-et

Mr. Taul Durand Is at Dunneilon,
working on a big plumbing contract
for Bennett & Akin.

Miss Lila Frazier of Tomoka arrived
yesterday, for a visit to her brother.
Mr. S. G. Frazier.

Knocked Oat a Bandit With m Laatera
at Saatoa Satarday Night
A bold attempt at robbery was foil foiled
ed foiled by a plucky old man at Santos Sat Saturday
urday Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Holder, an old couple
who came to Florida from the north
about six months ago, have a store a
short distance from Mr. J. M. Liddell's
place. Saturday night, after trading
was over, they locked up the store and
went to their home, some 200 yards
distant.
Mrs. Holder entered the house, leav leaving
ing leaving Mr. Holder to look after the horse
and attend to some other matters.
When Mr. Holder went to enter the
house, some minutes after his wife, he
found himself confronted with a mask masked
ed masked man. who shoved a gun in his face
and ordered him to hold up his hands.
Mr. Holder held up his hands. But,
at the same time, he held up a lantern.

which was in one hand, and brought
It down on the robber's head.
The robber's pistol went off, proba probably
bly probably more In consequence of the whack
he received than from any attempt to
avenge it. and a bullet went through
Mr. Holder's arm Just above the arm armpit.
pit. armpit. Then the miscreant ran away
with the frame of the lantern sticking
to his head.
In the meantime. Mrs. Holder, look

ing thru the house, found her trunks

had been broken open and the rooms

srenerally bore traces of thieves who

had turned things upside down hunt hunting
ing hunting for money. Just then, the gun

went off. and she ran to her husband's
help. She found him victorious but
bleeding from his wound. After she

had tied it up, they aroused their
neighbor. Mr. Liddell. who phoned to
Ocala for help. Sheriff Galloway and a

physician went down at once, arriv arriving
ing arriving a little after daylight.

While the physician dressed Mr. Hol

der' wound, the sheriff scouted. He

found pieces of glass all around where

the bandit stood when Mr. Holder
struck him, and the frame of the
lantern some fifty yards away, where
the robber carried it In his flight. It

was a right good blow and stuck the

lantern frame to the miscreant so

firmly that he had to work to pull it
off. The sheriff also found tracks of
two men in the plowed ground around
the house, but they led to the hard
road, on which all traces were lost.
There Is so far no clue to the ban bandits,
dits, bandits, but Galloway will probably
round them up sooner or later. They
were evidently white men. as It is an
almost unknown event for a negro to
wear a mask.
Mr. Holder's hurt Is only a flesh
wound and will soon be well unless
complications set in.

uw n TO IMA

the contract for remoftaij .T 1

ouliamg not being able toHmr 'l"

work until Monday, July 15th, tki

sale that has been going on for the-

last ten days will be continued through

the week ending July ISth. Bargains

wilf be better than ever, as the stock

must be reduced to a lower point than

it now is.

A FIRM GE1ASP

AIR DOME PROGRAM
FOR THIS

EVENING

"For the Cause of the South." A

thrilling war drama.

"Jimmie Tricks the Landlady." A

roaring comic.

"The Challenge." Drama.
"How Texas Got Left." A very ex

citing western drama.

Prizes given away every night this
week. Watch on Saturday night.
"Brown of Harvard" the feature for
tomorrow night.

ATTEMPTED Ml'RDER
SATURDAY AFTERNOON

tejroslness world is comparatively easy It ycVdo

1 ronon
rTcCAUV NATIONAL DANIL
Kiii r-rp learned the advantages ci pajfca
laho fc H as tit lice z
labor mat can I fc7 Cbc-ern cefcod.
Call and talk to ns.,
CAPITAL FULLY PAID IH 7MN
H, D. 8T0KE3. Cashier.

CLARENCE CAMP. Vlee. m.

JNO. L. EDWARDS. Pre.

Mrs. A. E. Long is critically ill
her home In the southeastern part
the city.

at

of

WANTED Black
Apply to Mrs. J. W,
Fla., box 26.

Minorca chickens.

Wldner, Leesburg,

Saturday afternoon, a little before
sundown, great excitement was caus caused
ed caused on Exposition street, near Lime, by
a fusillade of pistol shots.
Lonnie Chester, a negro turpentine
hand, who came to town to have a
good time, blew in his coin on Mary
Ravenel. a frail but not fair daughter
of Ham. Mary Delllahed with Lonnie
awhile and then transferred her fav favors
ors favors and some of Lonnie's money to
another colored gentleman. Lonnie
was not unreasonably peeved. He was

also enough soured to be oblivious to

the consequences. He summoned &
hack and at the muzzle of his Iver Iver-Johnson
Johnson Iver-Johnson forced Mary to enter It, with

the purpose, so he said, of conveying

her to the sticks, where he intended
to kill her as a warning to all her ilk.
Mary oKJcted, so did the hackman.

Not being able to persuade Mary to
go, like Isaac, to the mount of sacri- j
fice, Lonnie opened fire then and there.

Lonnie's aim was bad. Of three shots,
only one landed, tho that may send
Mary to Linkoleum; also, later, Lon Lonnie,
nie, Lonnie, via the hemp route. Mary tumbled
out of the hack with a bullet in her
body, and" Lonnie, sobered, dropped
his gun and made a hotfoot for the
tall timber.
The bullet that struck the woman
entered" her breast on the left side
above her heart and ranged down,
making a dengerous wound. She was
carried Into a nearby house, and three
physicians came to her assistance.
She Is yet alive and may liye and may
not.
Lonnie, fleeing for life, was overtak overtaken
en overtaken northwest of town by Deputy, Brl Brl-gance
gance Brl-gance and Mr. Charles Weaver, and

brought back to Jail. He Is said to be
an industrious negro and generally
well behaved.

WEATHER REPORT

GEORGE WASHINGTON
NEVER TOLD A LIE

Following are the meteorological
conditions that prevailed during the
twenty-four hours up to sunset yester yesterday:
day: yesterday: Southeast wind; partly cloudy,
Minimum temperature. C9 degrees.
Maximum temperature. fiS degrees.
Average, 73 degrees.
Rainfall, .53.
Rainfall for Saturday. 2.30.

WEATHER FORECAST

Local showers tonight or Tuesday.

NOTICE TO MEMBERS OF
. THE OCALA BOARD OF TRADE

If the father of his country were
alive today how quickly he would ap approve
prove approve of the statements made. by the
management of the Ideal Theater,
Ocala's popular play house. When we
advertise a picture as being good, that
settles it it is good. Tonight we have
three good ones:
"The Mine on the Yukon." A power powerful
ful powerful story of the rugged mining camps
in far Alaska.
"Cupid's Leap Tear Prank." A farce
comedy, full of merriment and laugh laughter.
ter. laughter. "The Governor Who Had a Heart. A
beautiful story, well acted.

llOLGIIT LAKE PROPERTY

Mr. J. M. Meffert has bought the
pretty lot in front of the Agnew resi residence
dence residence at North Lake Weir, on which
the old Baptist church is standing. We
understand Mr. Meffert will build a

hotel on the property, a good invest investment,
ment, investment, and an Improvement at the lake
that Is needed.

At the meeting of the board of
trade held June 19th it was decided to
change the dues from $12 annually to
$25. and the secretary be Instructed to
publish for thirty days.
R. C Muncaster, Secy.

OPEN DAT AND 1UGHT
Merchants' Cafe, A. C L depot cor corner.
ner. corner. Meals a la carte and lunches at
any hour.

FOR SALE
On account of needing floor space
for other purposes, one fine new piano
and one $450 Haines Bros. In good con condition.
dition. condition. Both bargains and must be
sold at once. W. W. Condon. d$t wit

NOTICE: CITY TAX

SCOUTS WILL HIKE

TO SCOTTS SPRING

NEW YORK MAN AT THE IDEAL

KING'S DAUGHTERS

Certificates for the unpaid city tax

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

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

tified to call at my office at once and

pay the same and thereby save trouble
and additional costs.

Carlos I Slstrunk, City Attorney.

A couple of negroes at Tiller's still
near Martin, had a difficulty Saturday
night, and one dosed another with
birdshot.

When in Jacksonville stop with Mrs.
E. 1 Maloney, at the GIrard, No. 11
East Duval street. Just off Main. Best
75c. room In the city.

The Boy Scouts will leave the Air
Dome Tuesday morning at 8 o'clock to
spend the) day at Scott's Spring.
Each of the scouts should take a
substantial lunch, and some of them
should take tin cups. There Is plenty
of good water In the spring.

LEON A. LOVELL

Mr. H. W. Tucker has sold his in

terest In the Ideal Theater to Mr. Em Em-mett
mett Em-mett Robinson, making the latter sole
owner. Mr. Robinson has put the the

ater in charge of Mr. Green, a smart

young man with much experience.

from New York. Mr. Green will de

vote all his time to the Ideal, and this
bright little theater, which has been

popular from the first, will be better

than ever.

The regular meeting of the King's

Daughters will be held Tuesday morn

ing. July 9th, at 10 a. m., at the resi

dence of .Mrs. Bittlnger. A quorum Is
earnestly desired. Secretary.

Mrs. Jessie Haycraft left this morn

ing for a visit to Pablo. Miss Ethel

Haycraft, after a visit to Mrs. Single Singleton
ton Singleton at -Inverness, will Join her mother

at Pablo In a few days.

SHOES ;
I have on hand eight hundred pairs

of men's shoes all leathers and all'

tyles $4 values for $2.60 Why pay".1

more? B. Goldman's Tawn Shop.

' L F. BLALOGK

DENTAL SURGEON

Office Over Commercial Rank

OCALA - FliOUlDA

Office Hours. 8 to 12 a. nx. 1 to B

p. m. Plione 21 1.
TERMS. CASH.

Mrs. George Turner and Miss Delia

Turner are visiting relatives in ana

nonr OpaIa. Emnoria Cor. Volusia

County Record.

LOST A Seaboard Air Llne4 mileage

book. Lost Tuesday, July 2. at or near

the Seaboard depot. It is signed by
J. B. Ley. Finder will receive reward

by returning same to Rev. Ley or to

this office.

Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Groves have re returned
turned returned from their visit to Daytona.
They were accompanied by Miss San Sanchez
chez Sanchez of Gainesville.

Mr. Hurst, the genial manager of

Hurst & Garner's store here, returned

from Ocala Friday noon. Brooksvllle

Argus.
In these days of high cost of living.

a medicine mat gets a man up out
bed and able to work in a few days is

a valuable and welcome remedy. John

TTath. MIchlean Bar. Cal., had kidney

You get prompt and accurate pre prescription
scription prescription service at the Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. Instruct your physician to
leave your next one with them.
Lindner McConn, who slowly recov recov-erad
erad recov-erad from an operation for appendici appendicitis
tis appendicitis only to be set back by malarial

fever. Is now able to be out again.

The above named bright little boy,
the son of Mrs. Fannie E. Lovell, died
Saturday in Valdosta, where he and
his mother went a few days ago. Mrs.
Lovell will return to the city this aft-

There Is one thins: among other

things that the city should do, and

that is to abolish the swamp at the

corner of South Maernolia and South

ernoon with the remains of her little Second, east, streets. It is now a gen

son. which will be interred In Ever- uine Jungle, covering at least a fourth

Mrs. S. S. Duvall and son left yester

day for Bridgeport, Conn., going some

days sooner than they Intended on ac

count of the sickness of Mrs. Duval s

sister.

green cemetery. Mclver & MacKay
will have charge.

UOY SCOUTS WILL PLAY RAI.L

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

Jake Klein is not so perky today

and bladder trouble, was confined to The other day was one of his off days.

hi. Ha. imAhlrt to turn without help, and Malcolm

I commenced using Foley Kidney

Pills and can truly say I was relieved
at once." His example is worth fol

lowing. Sold by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.

Williams and

Huber beat him at checkers.

Frank

Keep a smile on your face during

wt weather by using Dike's

Peroxide Cream at the Court Pharm

acy.

The Boy Scouts intend to have a

practice ball game on the Magnolia

diamond at 5 o'clock this afternoon.

When the boys went to have a game

one arternoon last weeK, iney lounu

the ball park In possession of two ne

gro nines. To the best of the Star's blocks of our business center

remembrance, when the South Magno

lia ball field was instituted, It was
understood that only whites were to
play there.

of the block. The weeds and swamp
growth are high enough to hide a

man. and there is standing water In
it many inches if not a foot or two in

depth. It is a breeding place of mos

quitoes and malaria, If not of snakes,
and if any of the small gators being
kept in the city found their way in it,
they would soon grow to dangerous
size. It is a disgrace to the city that

such a place should exist In two

Mrs. Lewis E. Yonce and Mrs. Chas.

K. Sage left this morning for Jack

sonville, where they will visit their
sister. Mrs. Otto Mente and brother.

Mr. R. E. Yonge for two weeks.

Mr. H. C. Jones, who has been spend

ing the past two weeks in Tampa,

looking after some business matters.

was in town over Sunday, and return
ed to that city today.

DENNIE'S BENZINE BASKET

Mr and Mrs. F. W. Ditto and little

son, Frank. Mrs. Mamie Fox and Mr.

and Mrs. P. Leavengood had a

pleasant auto trip to North Lake Weir

yesterday.

Mr. Jake Klein has heard from his

wife and young son, Alfred, wno

arrived safely at Mrs. Klein's former

home at Akrcm, Ohio, where they will

remain till late fall with relatives.

Mr. B. F. Condon has a most con convenient
venient convenient basket on wheels, which he
hitches to the side of his swift Indian
motorcycle, thereby enabling him to

give a friend a fine ride. Its Just the Dora tomorrow,

thing for engaged couples and newly-weds.

Mrs. J. A. Campbell returned today

from Mount Dora and Miss Lyle Camp

bell, who has been in the city for a

week or two. will return to Mount

Mr. M Beerman of New York has

position with Mr. Jake Klein to assist

him for the next few months. Mr,

Beerman is an experienced dry goods

man and has been with Mr. Klein be
fore.

RR ASS AUTO CAP LOST

Messrs. Haynesworth and D. S. Cap-

pieman left for Ocala this morning.
I They will spend the Fouorth In Ocala

and visit relatives for a few days.
Brooksvllle Argus.

Mr. T. E. Bridges went to
this afternoon to bring back

oner.

Miami
a prls-

Lost, on the streets, a brass cap for

hub of auto wheel. Return to Dr. D.

M. Smith.

SCHOOL ROOKS AT MARTIN'S

Miss Juanita Butler, a pretty young

lady of St. Petersburg, with many

friends in Ocala, passed thru the city

yesterday, on the way for a visit to

friends in Jacksonville. Miss Butler

was accompanied by Miss Marie John

son. one of Tarpon Springs' budding

belles. Misses Butler and Johnson, on

their return home next week, will stop

to visit Ocala friends.

Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Raysor will move

tn Nashville. Tenn.. in aDout two

weeks, where they will reside in fu

ture. and Mr. Raysor will engage In

business. The people of Ocala will be

sorry to learn of the expected depar

ture of Mr. and Mrs. Raysor. Mr. Ray

Sor was born and rearer in this coun

tv and has a great many friends here

RASERALL GOODS

l

My line of baseball goods Is the

most complete to be found anywhere.

and I can fit up a club with the whole
outfit balls, bats, masks, gloves, shoes

and mlts, etc. Why pay more? B.

Goldman's Pawn Shop.

TRUNKS, SUIT CASES, ETC.

When you are thinking of your sum

mer trip, remember that I have the

largest line of trunks, suit rases, hand

bags, etc., in Central Florida to select
from. I guarantee to save you money
and will make you liberal allowance
on your old one. I sell more of these
goods than any house In Central Flor-

Ida. There's a reason. Why pay more fct

B. Goldman's Tawn Shop. t

JEWELRY

I want to call your attention to the

fact that I carry a full line of Jewelry
In solid gold and gold filled, and I
guarantee every article I sell to be

Just as represented, or your money re

funded. Why pay more? R. Goldman's

Pawn Shop.

UNREDEEMED PLEDGES

FOR YOUR MEAT SUPPLY

For everyday have our

MEAT MARKET

Never leave home on a Journey with

out a bottle of ChamDeriain s
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.

almost certain to be needed and can

not be obtained when on board the
cars or steamships. For sale by all

dealers.

Men Our illustrated catalogue ex explains
plains explains how we teach barber trade in

Colic, four weeks, mailed free. Moler Barber

i

It Is College. Atlanta Ga. 6-0-Jt

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

proprietor, has a large supply of coun-j

ty schools books on hand.

ALI1ERT W. FORT IN TOWN

Do not leave any standing water

about your yard, particularly rain wa

ter hundreds and thousands of mo

squitoes are the result.

Mrs. A. E. Hixon of Mlcanopy. will

Mrs. H. A. Fausett and pretty little

riaiisrhter. Violet, came up from the

lake this morning, and report Mr.

Fausett, who has been sick for some

days, as much better.

I .til tUla ir aaIt a lit at t

Suonly your table; the best of prime arrive -";--'"'!

- i ha aiarAi lira n .a miuimiii.

o
nchburg.

nlon.

ruts T and T be t selected poultry-the with her sister. Mrs. F. J. H
quality you want-nd always at low- Mrs. Hlxon will later go to Lync
2st of market prices. Va.. for the summer-Times-L

You buy right when
the order try us now.

you phone us

Phone 108.

FOR SALE A return ticket to

Washington. D. C. time limit July 13.

Price, $12. Circumstances prevent

using same. Apply-at Star office.

W. II. MARSH, Proprietor.
FORMERLY EDWARDS, MARKET

Sprains require careful treatment.
Keep quiet and apply Chamberlain's
Liniment freely. It will remove the

soreness and quickly restore the parts Lovell,

to a healthy condition. For sale by all
dealers.

Mr. Albert W. Fort, one of the law-

abiding and prosperous citizens of

Moss Bluff, was In town today and

called at the Star office to pay for his

paper. Through error, this paper con

fused Mr. Fort's name with that of

J. W "Man." Fort, who 13 In Jail for

the killing of his wife and a man. a

few weeks ago. but Albert has forgiv

en us.

Mr G. A. Hunter is here from Largo.

to attend the funeral of little Leon

STORE FOR RENT
A store for rent In the Ocala House

block. Apply at office of Ocala House.

M'lVER & MAG KAY
Funeral Directors

Miss Dorothy Plttman. the bright

and attractive little daughter of Dr. J.

it TMtman. left last .night for Mar

tin. Tenn.. where she expects to spend
v. r.mi imior of the heated term.

Undertakers and EmbalmerS Miss Pltmann will probably remain

away until the latter pari oi epiem-

W ANTED To repair, upholster or
re finish your furniture. Satisfaction!

guaranteed. Ocala Auto Top Co., at

McAteer's shop.

CASH PRICES
FOR THIS WEEK
Lord de la Ware Tomato Soup

(regular 10c size) per can 6c

Diamond "C" Ham per lb. 17 l-2c
Star Dam per pound 18c
hrn Rnrkpf fotfolene. .S1.30

L.ni tn hir of hi experiences

a Mr j an ivm v

itesl Creamery unuer per id. jc Baltimore.

Will Mock, ex-blacksmlth and dar

Ing young autodrlver, who Is now con

nected with the Jacksonville Buick Tnh Itnffpr $1 flfl

fterl IU9.

The Tampa Tribune of Sunday print printed
ed printed a handsome portrait of Miss Hallle
Ley of this city and accompanied it
with the following complimentary re

marks: "Miss Ley is the daughter of

Rev. J. U. Ley, pastor of the First

Methodist church at CJcaia. ana m
Ancr KAvoral weeks visitinjr her

.ister. Mr. T. F. Alexander, in fcUDurn
Beautiful. With her dainty beauty
and personal charm she is easily one
of the most popular visitors enter

tained here in some lime. She is an

accomplished musician In both tne

piano and voice."

Mr. F. E. Harris and daughter. Mrs.

Violet Powers". returnea yesieraay

from their visit to Baltimore. Mr.

Harris held a series of receptions on

the public square this morning. Ev

erybody was glad to see him, and

in

Among my unredeemed pledges I
have watches of all standard makes,
guns, revolvers and ammunition of ev every
ery every description. If you have any am ammunition
munition ammunition you want to get rid of I will
buy It either on exchange or for cash.
Why pay more? B. Goldman's Pawn
Shop.

OPEN DAY AND WIGHT
Merchants' Cafe. A. C L depot cor

ner. Meals la cane ana lunenci i

any hour.

COPIES OF THE SPECIAL EDITION

Those desiring copies of the big Il

lustrated special edition of the Star
can obtain same at the 6tar of fice. or
the newsstands of the city at 10 cents

a copy, three for 25 cents. In 100 lots

or more 6 cents per copy.

Pleasant furnished rooms for light-

housekeeping. CI Oklawaha avenue. Sit

Mrs.

The Court Pharmacy Is on the Job

Let them know your wants by tele-1 lake, left Sunday for a vacation, which

A irnnfir simA irkWT K rlnav. Ann a

" " I m A I ...

visiting his friends In Ocala and at the llpdinrn K Ilr fee I tOUOiene 5UC

, vapUnn nrhlfh ICiay IOT

fine Caskets and Burial Robes

D. E. M'lVER AND C. V. ROBERTS,

Funeral Director.

phone and
Phone 284.

then your trouble ends.

he will take at Louisville and other
I points In the central west.

Der Times-Union.

A couple of our young men made a

flytng trip down the run and river in a

16-foot rowboat. driven by a l-hp.

All Work Done by License! Era Era-balmers
balmers Era-balmers and Fully Guaranteed.

to Delk's

The Evlntrude

Phones': IX E. Mclver, 104; C. V. Rob Roberts,
erts, Roberts, 305; Undertaking Office. 47.

A. M. Nason, farming near Canaan.
Ta wna hadlv crlDDled with sciatic

rheumatism due he says to uric acid in Evlntrude motor yesterday. They made

v,i Mmvi "Folev Kidney Pills entire- the trip from the Springs

w ,.iir! me and also removed numer- Bluff In forty minutes

oas black specks that were continually can be easily mounted In any boat. It

I UCWI J 1

a uric acid solvent and are effect- pany

jive for the various forms of rheuma rheumatism.
tism. rheumatism. Sold by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bayer, parents of

Mrs. Olebia Landers, after a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant visit to their daughter and her

husband in Ocala. have returned to

, their home at Fort Myers.

Miss Ramona Kay will enjoy an ex

tended visit this month with her sis

ter, Mrs. Charles Muncaster, at her
home in Ocala. Times-Union.

W. 0. BLANGHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
PLANS FURNISHED
ON APPLICATION

S. J. Thorp and C. C. Rawls of Lake

City passed through the city yester yesterday
day yesterday en route home from Ocala, where

they had been on business. Tney were

traveling by auto. Gainesville bun.

Fretful babies need the comforting

Ufr nf urORPVS BABY ELIXIR. It

We take pride In our prescription

department and it is our earnest desire I

to srlve vou lust what your doctor

wants you to have. In the purest and

fr.ht drues obtainable. Send or

phone the Court Pharmacy.

3 pkgs. Jello and Ice Cream

Powder

3 pkas. Upton's Jelly Tablets 25c

3 Sunbeam Corn Flakes. -. 22c

3 -cans 5c Gold Evaporated

Milk. luc

3 Dutch Cleanser 25c
3 Van Camps Hominy 25c

Nfi. 2 Size Tomatoes 12c

Ida Gates and two daughters.

Ida and Dovie, leave Wednes-

Tennesee and Kentucky, to

spend the remainder of the summer.

p. Mr. Paul Gates will accompany them

as far as Jacksonville.

Mr. John Turney. after a pleasant

visit to his daughter. Mrs. W. L. Col- JJ -2 IbS. GranUlalefl bVLQ&T

Deri, ana oiner Jiar.oii couniy rtu- i

tlves, left yesterday for his home at I I0T--

Little River, near Miami. Ai,i nnntvv Rlonil TV lh Sflr

The party consisting of Dr. and Mrs.

. L. Izlar. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Clyatt.

Mr and Mrs. A. G. Gates, cnarne

Gates and Laurie Izlar, returned home

Saturday niifht from their trip down

the East Coast. They went to Miami

via Leesburg, Orlando. WLana, ew j
Smyrna, Titusvllle and the other East

roast towns and returned the same

way. a round trip of some 1200 miles.

They had a j?ood time and returned

safely, tho. as Charlie Gates said,
Tk. -mofa -wore the worst In the

. 51.00 world."

When I

DINE
I Always
DINE
Willi Billy
AT

WILL LEE'S
Cafe
The best place In tht city
LIUSIC EVERY EVENING
from 6:C0 to 7:30

There was one happy man on A. C.

t. train No. 40 yesterday. He was coomngi

fniir'n a eroat" and stretched hlm-lsu

Are you Interested In paper bag 5 GaliOOS Oil 60Cjfro

ik gu cuiue iu us lur juur

sour self out on the floor between two I Post Office Drug Store.

P. O, UOX 48

OCALA. FLA.

Miff's OBiNoiMivr
ran mach Tuouut. Comsti

innUfg feverishness. corrects

It""-'" I TV. V, 1 -.

stomach, cures colic pains ana cnecics seats ior a. peaceiui nap. .n.ci-

Iiorrhncn It la a. perfectly saie ana ion me uirij itwi.

wholesome remedy. containing no die or tne aisie. as sereneiy as i..u i.e

I nnlnm mnrnhlne Or lniUriOUS arug OI was la a. uerwi ..;

I I m 1

any kind. Trice 25c. and aoc. per Doi-ine pTooauiy nau a iuur-Mury uu smc

i. sai.i hr all drueeists. ineauacne wnen ne awut?.

pply of the bags. 25c the package- PfcO. HeCkCr'S Oatmeal lOcUao. Business affairs c
t office Drnr store. .. A Green to return, but M

Mr. L. X. Green returned yesterday

m Washington. Ga.. where he c-

mm nan led Mrs. Green some weeKS

compelled r.

r. Green will

WANTED To get your auto top

work; made new or recovered; backs,
cushions, slip covers, hoods, etc. Satis

faction guaranteed. Ocala Auto Top

Co., at McAteer's shop.

summer.

Fnll Cream CneeSe Dtr ID ZOC remain probably the remainder of the

CARMHOraS GO.

SUCCESSOR TO BAXTER CARIf

A new supply of hair brushes Just In

t he Court Pharmacy. We invite

your inspection before you buy.

EDWARD DRAKE

CIVIL ENGINEER,

DRAUGHTSMAN
AND CONTRACTOR
Accurate Building Plans. Blue Print t

and Specifications made. Lands Bur-

reyed and Platted. Close Estimates

Bade on Erection of Bulldlnrs of any
character by contract or on commis

sion basis, write or consult me at

Northwest Comer Ocala Hm Eloek
OCALA FLORIDA

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s- iiOXDAr, JULY g, idlU.

A GREAT, HOUSE FURNISHING
ESTABLISHMENT

iff POOLJI

fa

of

Following are just a Few Z1 Jt HrdAte'
Articles Carried In oat C't pplYStoK. Come
House FarntehlnW-0. J"" wil1 find man
in and Ioofc
X the Office
va Top Desks, Typewriter Desks SUnograplier
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Different Varieties and Prices. Bugs and Mattings, Chiffoniers ad
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M. .1.111

cy Louis Joseph Vance)
CHAPTER XXXV.
In after days, when he was alto altogether
gether altogether well and whole, they journeyed
forth, these two, the man and his
wife, from Rangoon northward. The
railway carried them some distance;
later they struck off with their train

play the strongest card. for.

anticipating the above stated results,
Mrs. J. W. Collins and Mrs. G. C.
Leigler promptly organized a stren strenuous
uous strenuous band of -good Samaritans" and
got busy. Ere the sun had reached Its

zenith our balsamic atmosphere be became
came became imnreffnated with th

odors of coffee, roast beef, fried

chicken and various other edibles, all
of which became instantly and con conspicuously
spicuously conspicuously encouraging to the "heroes

in the field." Did the boys hustle any
faster? ,Well. go to the park and like
the man from Missouri, see for your yourself.
self. yourself. Now we have it pure thins; a rail-

j way mail service daily. Great, isn't

jit? Let the band play

the Star

v i : a t :i j v. a

imu-uiv piiunwve iiuerus uuu ?!,ansie,j Banner and hats off to Uncle
the ultimate British outposts on theism

Chlndwine, main tributary to the Ir Ir-rawaddy.
rawaddy. Ir-rawaddy. The land was peaceful, hospitable,
and very, very lovety in its wilder wilderness.
ness. wilderness. Their happiness was ecstasy.
Hy day they rode through Jungle,
wood and rolling uplands, or less easi-

It i. reported that the New South
Farm and Home Company has secured
the service." of a civil engineer to sur survey
vey survey the land around Kenwood pre preparatory
paratory preparatory to a thorough system of
lrainaire.
Mrs. A. C Hammock is havln? forty
arres of lan.l cleared and feneed. ThU

ly through the fastnesses of the hills,! i a ver. decided improvement
side by side, thought linked to j xtendins: one-fourth mile alon? the
thought, their hearts attuned. By! proposed hard road between Palatka
night their camps were pitched in a; and ocaia.
new-found world of beauty, wonderful; ; 7--
in its shadowy mystery. j sT CATHERINE

It was so ordered that they came,
toward sundown of a certain day, to

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Mr.

(Sumter County Times)
Rarnaw, woods rider and tur-

II. Moore Sunday morn-

with them a fine bov.

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They alse say that oil stoves of the best grade the only kind
that we tell are cheaper and healthier than gas or coal stoves.
We cater to all tastes. If yon want an oil cooking stove that is
absolutely guaranteed to be the best of its kind you will find it
at this store. A well selected, rather than a big stock, is car carried
ried carried Come in we have what you want. Here also is the finest
picked stock of kitchen and general hardware in the county. It
was bought to suit the needs of the district your needs. Come
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Via trrt rf o Villi nrAirTiod nH Vl a crrcn t

" ,.",f. (Pontine maker of Fussell & Muore. has
pagoda of many multiplied roofs fring- j Inoveil to FruItlani, r,ark to take
ed with a myriad silver bells that;rhar:iP ant1 operate the turpentine
tinkled ceaselessly in the evening : j.u-ines. there.
airs. j Ir. I. M. Seymour was seen speed-
Here they dismounted and together- Uy ri.linsr by Tuesday mornins to
made the ascent of an age-old wooden I Vl!i5t Mrs. s. a. Wibij. who was iuite

,i r v. v. toe 'he stork visited the home of Mr

t'U II um iliC lll.lL i jc iu lire woi ..
weary pilgrims, beggars, lepers, laugh-

ing children, mendicant holy men. The wt.llshinw about ten poundg.

sub was low upon tne nonzon snen,
having bribed their way along that

gauntlet, O'Rourke and his bride (she;

could never be aueht less to him) at-; I want to call your attention to the

f tained to the topmost platform and,!fart that 1 carry a full line of jewelry

having received permission, with meet in -01" an,J 01" and i
show of reverence entered the temple.! reTyt frt,cl 1 e" to be
, i-",s;t as represented, or your money re re-It
It re-It was very dark inside and for a;funk.( Why jay moro? r Gol(lman.g
time they moved blindly in and, out; j pawn .hop.
but at length they came to Q
doorway looking toward the West, and j

here they paused, hand in hand, look j
ing up to the placid face of a hugej
Buddha, who squatting cross-legged j
upon a pedestal, looked through the'
incense-scented gloom ceaselessly for-1

ward to Nirvana.
The figure, carven originally from
stone, had been so heavily plastered

with gold-leaves by the devout, that j
now It had all the semblance of being j
gold to its core; and, lavishly deco-j
rated with necklaces and bracelets of i

rare jewels set In crusted gold, In the
evening glow It shone like some great
lamp of holiness. Only its face was
In shadow.
Slowly the light struck higher be

neath the eaves of the pagoda, and j

slowly it crept up and yet up, until its
last blood-red shaft revealed the Bud Buddha's
dha's Buddha's forehead and what was set
therein, a monstrous ruby.
The woman gasped faintly and
clung tightly to her husband's arm.
He held her close, watching the great
stone flame and throb and pulse, like
a pool of living flame swimming in
darkness.
And then the light of the world
went out.
Pens vely in the dusk they descend descended
ed descended the temple staircase. At the foot,
before they remounted their horses,
the woman came to the man and put
her hands upon his shoulders.
"Terence," she said, "I think I am
very weary. Take me home."
He gathered her into his arms.
T thinks she said, "it frightened
c e made me fearful of this country
the Pool of Flame, up there."
"Ye've seen the last of it," he said
tenderly, "and so have I. "Tis done
with, like the days of me adventur-

mgs. I have no thought but you, dear
heart. Let us go home."
THE END.

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Kenwood, July 8. The fir?t Ken Kenwood
wood Kenwood weddins was celebrated June
2:th. the happy couple beinv? Mr. I-M-gar
Walker of Kenwood and Miss A.
M. DeTilla of Interlachen. Mr. Wal Walker
ker Walker was accompanied by Mr. G. W. Da Davis
vis Davis as best man and Miss DeTilla by
the Misses Ada and Ed da Walker, act acting
ing acting as bridesmaids. Little Nora Wal Walker
ker Walker came in the roll of Ilower sirl,
while Master Willie Walker officiated
as page. The whole jrroup constitut constituted
ed constituted a happy wedding party as they
filed into the office of the local magis magistrate.
trate. magistrate. After Judire Smith had bound
the contracting parties together in
the holy bonds of matrimony they
immediately took the afternoon train
for Palatka. whence they take a hon honeymoon
eymoon honeymoon trip on the beautiful St.
Johns.
Mrs. I. M. Ilinson and baby of Eu Eureka
reka Eureka are visiting at the home of Mrs.
Hinmaa's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jude
Smith.
Miss Gertrude Smith took a special
outing to Palatka Sunday. Miss
Smith returned the same evening
much pleased with her trip.
Prof. I.eMatty, together with Messrs.
X. L Woods. John W. Collins, S. G.
Miller and several other gentlemen
started the building hereafter to be
known as the band stand, and also the
charing of the plat of ground that
lias been so generously donated by the
Xtw .uith Farm an.! Home Co. to the
town of Kinwoo.l for park purposes.
The -nter prising gentlemen above
in nt otu-.l are not sparing in effort
and ::il to accomplish for the pleas pleasure
ure pleasure and health of this community a
beautiful shady and picturesque spot
that will soon be the delight of all
who may seek good cheer and solid
eomfort in the pirk. The band stand
building is quaint in sTiu-ture and in
dimension a twenty-foot octangular.
It is a vivid reminder of the friendly
pagoda that is so much enjoyed in tiie
fr ea-t. That the 7ark with its
splendid location and beautiful surrounding--
will !-. highly appreciated
iv the general public for its natural
and. later on. artiib-ial beauty, the
most exacting critic cannot deny, for
in a masterly way it i- a blending of
man's ingenuity with nature, there therefore
fore therefore an ileal spot. The fact that
Messrs. LeMatty. Woods. Collins and

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sufficient guarantee of sue,-ess. Put.
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terested interested and public spirited ladies
here who are by no means leat in
the roll of honor. The buys who are at
work clearing and building, quite
naturally exhaust tissue and nature
demands that the tissue be strengthen strengthened,
ed, strengthened, therefore, this thing called appe appetite
tite appetite asserts itself, hunger and weak weakness
ness weakness in the region of the diaphram.ls
in evidence, hence a weary, jaded sen sensation.
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When Frank Sheldon left the la
school he settled In his old home town
Fairfield was a small place, not far
from a Jarge city. Sheldon figured It
out that he could live better on a cer certain
tain certain Income In Fairfield than on a
doubtful prosperity In a large city.
There was something else. Edith
Sawyer lived in Fairfield.
But the Hon. John Sawyer, railroad
magnate, could not appreciate an at attachment
tachment attachment between his daughter and a
poor, young lawyer. So the poor,
young lawyer studied and struggled
along.
He had been struck by a peculiar
phase of a great case that was being
tried at a nearby city. The law Jour Journal
nal Journal which printed his article on the
subject commented on his views rath rather
er rather enthusiastically.
Urged by his confidence that he had
done a worthy thing, he set off for the
Sawyer home, determined to Interview
Mr. Sawyer. He was very civilly re received.
ceived. received. "Quite an interesting article of
yours." said the millionaire. "I thank
you for the copy."
Frank bowed, then plunged. "Mr.
Sawyer, you must have seen that
love your daughter, but I've said noth nothing
ing nothing until 1 felt assured of your con consent"
sent" consent" "Oh, of course," interrupted Mr.
Sawyer. "How much did you get for
that article?"
"A few extra copies," eald Frank,
blushing.
"About what 1 thought," said Mr.
Sawyer. "Now, Sheldon, I like you,
but liking doesn't count when a life
contract is involved. You've given all
your time and trouble for nothing. The
only things that count are results."
He paused, then added, "I don't think
I need say any more."

"I thank you for your candor," said
Frank, rising. "Good-nighL" He
rushed out of the house, and down
the street almost ran into a stout,
elderly gentleman who was tolling up
the hill.
"Phew!" said the man. "Why dont
you keep carriages at the station!
Please tell me where I can find John
Sawyer's house?"
"Because 1 don't keep a livery sta stable."
ble." stable." growled Frank. "The Sawyers
house is the large one on the hill."
The stout man pulled the Sawyer
doorbell and said, "Tell Mr. Sawyer
thgt John Hunter wants to see him."
Mr. Sawyer almost ran downstairs.
"Why, this is an honor. What brought
you here?"
"You've got a young lawyer In this
village named Frank Sheldon. Know
him?"
"Yes, be was here a few minutes

ago. You probably met mm. Mr.
Hunter chuckled. "Well, well! That's

one on me. Asked him why be didnx

keep a carriage at the station, and he
snapped back that he didn't keep a
livery stable. He's the man I want."
"What's It all about?" asked Mr.
Sawyer.
"It's about that article the young
man wrote. He has struck the right
lead on that case of ours. Is he all
right, honest, reliable?"
"I think he Is," said Mr. Sawyer,
slowly.
"Then send a note to him at once,
asking him to come."
After the note was sent, Mr. Hunter
explained that the discovery of the
young man, if known at the beginning,
might have saved a hundred thousand
dollars in litigation; that now he had
It In his power to upset their plans.
Edith Sawyer had heard the con conversation.
versation. conversation. She was standing on the
step watching the moonlight when
Sheldon arrived. She put her fingers
to his lips. She told him of the con conversation,
versation, conversation, and, as he was leaving her,
whispered, "If you don't bid high lor
yourself, you needn't bid for me."
There was a deal of hemming and
hawing in the ensuing conversation.
Frank saw that they were veering
around to an offer. Finally, the prop proposition
osition proposition came.
Frank smiled. "I suppose you are
Jesting, Mr. Hunterf
"Why, certainly not; it Is a large
offer!"
"Of course," said Sheldon, calmly.
"In order to shorten this Interview, I
will name my own terms a fee of
120,000 and an equal share In the con contingent
tingent contingent fund."
"It Is preposterous," cried both to together.
gether. together. "Gentlemen, I bid you good-evening,"

said Sheldon, rising and walking to
the door.
"Hold on there," said Mr. Hunter.
"I shall certainly hold on the terms
given," Frank said. "Others will pay
more."
Mr. Hunter looked at Mr. Sawyer,
wJio nodded his head. "Well," he
said, "give us a few minutes to think
it over."
Frank found Edith in the drawing drawing-room.
room. drawing-room. He told her of the conversa conversation.
tion. conversation. "Did I bid high enough?" he
asked. A glance at her eyes was
enough. At the end of ten minutes a
knock came at the door. Mr. Sawyer
and Mr. Hunter appeared in the door doorway.
way. doorway. Mr. Hunter turned to Frank and
said: "Mr. Sheldon, we accept your
terms."
Six months after he paid another
visit to Mr. Sawyer. He found that
gentleman ir the library.
"Mr. Sawyer, I Frank began.
"Sheldon, my boy." said Mr. Saw

yer, "Edith is in the drawing-room. Go
to her."

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