The Ocala evening star


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


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

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For All o! the Ccrso
Thcus-2acliry Co.
VOL. 18.
NO. 286.

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Mny lost is a total l'ss.
Rut a lost chicle is only a lost
nlip of paper of no value to a
chance finder. It can be
Thousands of dollars are
lost aimu.'illy through rarv rarv-1?
1? rarv-1? s-n- ss and I heft by mt-oiir
who haw no bank account.
If y u are one o these, lhn
Munroe A: I'harnbls Hank
nrorf you t oc posit our
money here in t future, pay
a'l bills bv heck as d Iherebv
pr. tect yoms If r:e- d d-less
less d-less lcs.

bank b ok.
checks, et-.
l ulled State IoitaI Savins Hank
Orti- over Mu n nte K- Chambliss l'k
OCA I, A ri,oi!in
Itooms 1, 10 and 11. Second Moor.
Holder Block.
Office Over Commercial Hank
Office Hours, K to 12 a. m. 1 to 5
12 a. m. 1 to
Phone 21.
p. ni.
Speelal Equipment for Treating Noe,
Throat, LunK and Skin Dlneanea
Office hours 1 to 4 p. m. Phones:
Office, 444; Residence, 445. Over Mun Mun-roe
roe Mun-roe & Clambliss Bank, Ocala, Fla."
Physician and Surgeon
Ueneral Practice Calls Made Prompt Promptly
ly Promptly Night or "Day.
Special Attention to Obstetrics, Dis Diseases
eases Diseases of Women and Children.
Office Rooms 1, 2, 3, i, 5 and 6, HoldeT
Building, Second -Floor. Phones
Office No. 333: Residence No. 333
Graduate of the United States Col College
lege College of Veterinary Surgeons.
seated at the Joaea Honpltal on South
First Street. Went
All Calls Promptly Answered.
(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 Bark of Frank's
Contractor and Builder
Plans ana Specifications Furnished
Upon Request. j
129 South Third Street

IT Hills
From I be Surfare the Titanic May May-Take
Take May-Take a Ubk V)ee Ilefore She
Strike the Bottom of the Sea.
Washington. May I. Scientists are
still wrestling with the problem of
whether the Titanic which went down
in two miles of water will ever reach
the bottom. It has been explained by
experts that the piercing of the shell
or "skin" beneath the water line and
n !i(.n t f ltinVl in'sr of two or more
adjacent compartments caused the
vessel to sink. But the remaining
bouyancy cannot be computed, for the
facts, as known by the survivors, tell
nothing of the number of intact compartment.-,
the closing of the water watertight
tight watertight dours, the total weight of wooden
.structure, or the natural and artificial
air pockets.
With so many x's" or unknown
quantities science refuses to sive a
definite solution to, the problem, says
a writer in The Herald.
It is said that the Titanic took an
an;jle of from 43 degrees to 60 degrees
on her final plunge. The projections
above her hull, cabins, funnels, etc..
would offer
under water,
considerate resistance
while the sides, from i
keel to upper deck, free of incum incumbrances,
brances, incumbrances, would glide more smoothly
through the water. As a result, her
Imaginary path would describe an arc
of a great circle whose limit would be
reached at a point tangent to a line
parallel to the sea level. There gravity
would bring the mass almost to a
halt and slowly, her stern still bouyed
up by air pockets, her bow would
swing about till she continued on her
downward curvilinear course in an
opposite direction; in short, she would
zig-zag". A pendulum, constantly low lowered,
ered, lowered, while o'scilating supplies a clear
In this event would she land directly
beneath the spot of her immersion?
Perhaps so. were it not for a weighty
factor hitherto unheeded i. e. ocean
It .s calculated that the Titanic sank
at 41 decrees 46 minutes north, 50 de degrees
grees degrees 14 minutes west. The charts
trace the Labrador current, a power powerful
ful powerful iceberg carrier, as passing through
this region. This mighty force, that
rises in Baffin Bay and is augment augmented
ed augmented at Davis Strait, has borne many
waterlogged derelicts on its southward
trip and deposited them along the
Jersey coast. For this it is remark remarkable:
able: remarkable: Just off Newfoundland it dives
beneath the Gulf Stream, which
is i
heading at this point almost due east
for the mid-Atlantic. The latter is
really an ocean river, with a mean
depth of about 1,500 fathoms and a
mean breadth of ten miles.
At this current junction the waves
closed over the ill-starred vessel. Was
the velocity of her descent such that
she had passed from the Gulf Stream's
influence before the increasing density
of the water could materially retard
her precipitous progress? If so, her
drift has been southward. And if, on
the other hand, the Gulf Stream was
sufficiently deep, her trend is toward
the setting sun.
Comes the all-obsorbing query now:
Will the Titanic's keel ever make its
impress upon the ocean bottom? Sup Supposing
posing Supposing that it did, at the depth of 2,000
fathoms, there would be a pressure of
5,200 pounds on every square inch, or
on the whole bulk a pressure of two
and a half million tons! Superimpose
this inconceivable weight upon 66.000
tons, the Titanic figure, and let your
Imagination run riot.
When the Titanic has sunk to a
depth where its apparent weight and
the resultant of the fluid pressure,
acting in opposite directions are exact exactly
ly exactly equal, the great vessel, after a
pietous fashion, will come again into
its own float. And the equilibrium
established will be so delicate that a
current no swifter than that of a
millpond will bear the spent grey greyhound
hound greyhound on its breast. The explosion
of a submarine mine a hundred miles
away will set its barnacled and cor corroding
roding corroding sides trembling like the ten ten-derest
derest ten-derest leaf In autumn.
Citra, Fla., April 30. This little
town was thrown into excitement
Sunday afternoon when the news
reached us that George R. Rowell had
been drowned at Simmon's Pond,
about six miles "from Citra, where he
and several boy friends had driven out
about 2 o'clock hoping to enjoy a
j swim. All were seeming to enjoy
j themselves when George was suddenly
! stricken with a cramp and went down
before his friends could give aid. Doc Doctors
tors Doctors were rushed to the scene, also
about one hundred men went quickly,
several others going in the water, hop hoping
ing hoping the body could be found by diving.
But by dragging the bottom the body
was found at eight thirty, just six
hours afterwards, and was brought to
his parents' home on Church street,
where was done every thing that sin sincere
cere sincere friends could do towards the
heart-broken parents and sister Com Comfort.
fort. Comfort. George was the only son and
youngest child of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Edward
ward Edward Rowell, was a bright and indus industrious
trious industrious young man, just twenty-one
years of age. When he left his parents
Sunday afternoon, happy, little realiz realizing
ing realizing that he would never return. "God
moves in a mysterious way his won-
! ders to perform."
The body was placed in a beautiful
casket entirely covered with beautiful
flowers that had been sent by sym sympathizing
pathizing sympathizing friends in the parlors of his
home, where his young life had been
crushed so suddenly, and was viewed
by many friends for the last time be be-i
i be-i fore it was taken to the Baptist church
' where impressive funeral services
! were held at three o'clock by Rev. F.
. T Griffin of the Methodist church as as-;
; as-; sisted by Rev. Mr. Titus, a friend of the
family officiating. Miss Appie Redditt
presiding at the organ. The choir was
i composed of six young ladies singing
! softly behind closed doors, throwing
j soft music in the church. The body
j of pall bearers were six of his young
j men friends who had known him from
! childhood. The body was laid to rest
by that of a sister and brother in the
I Citra cemetery. The services being
. completed, and while the mound was
being made Miss Appie Redditt sang
softly 'Face to Face." He leaves to
mourn his loss, a grief stricken father
and mother, and two sisters, Mrs. J.
E. Fish-back of New Albany, Ind., and
Miss Dollie Rowell, also several uncles,


Monster Issue of the Star, Covering the Business Industries of Ocala
and Marion County

Keen Interest Being Shown in
Xo city ever attracted Capitalist,
rked degree without niakiii";

and the men 'of action and affairs in Ocala realize this fact thoroughly.
They know that a tinely written and illustrated edition devoted to the
splendid opportunities in husiness, agriculture and real e-tate. which will
at the same time convey with i v id truthfulness jhe unique charms and
maiiifoULjuluraJ Ik-iwlwi. of Hiis rej .on. will do more than anything else
to give Ocala its well-deserved prestige a., one of the most beautiful,
healthful and important cities of Florida.
Literal application of printers' ink, well distributed, will accomplish
greater results toward putting a com minify on the map and will evert
more practical influence in drawing the attention of permanent Home Home-seekers
seekers Home-seekers than any other known aceessor ol the advertiser's art.
The mechanical work on the pajK-r will he strictly high-class in
every respect. From the point of view of artistic tjography, beauty of

iUst ration and layout, we do not hesitate to say that the issue will exceed

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miuiiiiK in rniiHiir .11 teiiipit i 111 1111s (i.ii i 111 i loruia.
Ten thousand or more copies, printed on fine hook paier, will be
issued, and circulated among prospective homesei-kers and winter visit visitors
ors visitors throughout the United States and Canada.
ICvery business enterprise in Ocala and Marion County should he
represented in this edtion. This opportunity of publicity "should not be

aunts and cousins. To the grief-strick- j
en family we extend our heart-felt
We offer One Hundred Dollars He He-ward
ward He-ward for any case of catarrh that can cannot
not cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHKNKV & CO. .Toledo. O
We, the undersigned have known F.
J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and
believe him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions, and financially ;
able to carry out any obligations made ;
by his firm.
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, (X j
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter- j
nally, acting directly upon the blood j
and mucous surfaces of the system, j
Testimonials sent free. Price, 75c. per
bottle. Sold by all Druggists. i
Take Hall's family Pills for consti-
pation. j
Oxford, May 2. Mrs. Charity Snow Snow-den
den Snow-den returned home Saturday, from Ala Alachua
chua Alachua County. Where she has been for
the past two weeks visiting relatives.
The ice cream supper given at Mrs.
O. L. Rogue's Wednesday evening by
the Ladies' Aid Society of the M. E.
church was enjoyed by all and despite
the cool evening the cream was deli delicious.
cious. delicious. Mrs. Bogue has such a lovely
yard, with massive oaks. The cream
was served there and was quite en enjoyable
joyable enjoyable these lovely moonlight nights.
Mrs. W. T. Morris and two little
girls, of Jasper, Fla.. are visiting their
many frienis here this week.
Rev. Phillips accompanied by his
wife arrived Saturday to fill his regu regular
lar regular monthly appointment at the Baptist
church Sunday.
Miss Ruth Pace of Anthony is the
guest of her uncle, Mr. J. L. La Veigne,
this week.
Mr. La Veigne's mother, is still very
ill at his home. She has been very
feeble for sometime, but not confined
to bed until the past three weeks.
The funeral of Mr. Sol. Smith of Dal Dallas,
las, Dallas, took place at the Oxford cemetery
last Thursday p. m., April 25th. The
services were conducted by Rev. Phill Phill-ipps.
ipps. Phill-ipps. Mr. Smith has been a sufferer
for many years of asthma and forced
to remain at home as he could hot
stand the least dust and was denied
his church services; but did not forget
his God. He was with him in his home
and everywhere. He leaves a devoted
wife, four daughters and a son to
mourn his death. May they find com comfort
fort comfort by looking to Him, who ruleth the
world, and taketh away all sorrow.
Mrs. B. F. Borden and two children
of Ocala and Mrs. James Alsobrook
and three children of Coleman came up
to attend the funeral services of Mr.
Sol. Smith, both being relatives to Mr.
Smith. They returned to their homes, j
Born to Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Baker, j
a fine boy, Saturday, April 27th. Both j
doing nicely, and Mr. Baker is very
Oxford has been quite lively with j
candidates this week, but it will all j
soon be settled as to "whose who." j
No golfer can do himself justice if his
feet hurt. Many thousands are using
daily Alien s Foot-Ease, the antiseptic
powder to De snaKen into tne snoes. j
All the prominent golfers and tennis j
players at Augusta, Pinehurst and
Palm Beach get much satisfaction from j
its use. It gives a restfulness that j
makes you forget that you have feet, j
Tt prevents soreness, blisters or puf-
fing and gives rest from tired, tender
or swollen feet. Allen's Foot-Ease is j
sold everywhere, 25c. Don't accept any j
substitute. 4
Washington, May 2. A twenty-four-
hour a day vigil at a wireless instru- ;
ment will be required after July 1 on I
every kind of craft leaving an Amer American
ican American port and carrying 100 persons, if ;
the Hitchcock bill, passed yesterday
by the Senate. is agreed to by the
House. The bill specifies that each ;
vessel must have two operators, one of ;
whom must always be on duty, and
th wireless annaratus must oe cai-a-
,ble of sending messages 100 miles and
receiving mem irom a line 'ii.-iance.
Is there anything In all this world
that i- of more importance to you than
good digestion? Food must be eaten
to sustain life and must be digested
and converted into blood. When the
digestion fails the whole body suffers.
Chamberlain's Tablets are a rational
and reliable cure for indigestion. They
increase the flow of bile, purify the
blood, strengthen. the stomach, and
tone up the whole digestive apparatus
to a natural and healthy action For
sale by all dealer

this Special Issue by the Leading
Ten Thousand or More Copies WH

Tourists or Iloineeekers to any
determined campaign to win them,
Has Iteitclieil Highest Price in Twenty
Yenrx -Potatoes Selling at
Mecnrtl Prlees
New York. May 12. Wholesale and ;
retail price of b-ef lias reached the 1
highest point in twenty years. Prices j
have been climbing steadilv for thr,e I

weeks. Meat packers say that withfV(l

corn at eihty-oiie cents per bushel,
farmers are not feeding their cattle.
Potatoes are selling at record prices
because of decreased productions.
Those who put off using Hall's Tex Texas
as Texas Wonder for their kidney, bladder
and rheumatic trouble make a deadly
delay, $1 bottle gives quick and per
manent relief. Write for testimonials,
Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive street. St.
Elks meet Tuesday evening.
Fresh Shrimp, Crabs
Fresh and Salt
Water Fish.
Best Merchant's
Lunch for
35 cents
in the city.
Any season's Delicacy
promptly served.
Keating's Cafe.
Chas. RodofF, Proprietor
r ii m j ri i
tor lainr-Made Clothing and
Cleaning, Pressing and
Prices in Keeping with Good
Funeral Directors
j Undertakers aod Embalmers
Fine Caskets and Buna! Robes
D. E. STIVER. Funeral Director
All Work Dnif l,v Iirr.Vl Fm.
balmers and Fullr Guaranteed.
P-"es. 380:
D. E. Mclver, 104; San San-Undertaking
Undertaking San-Undertaking Office. 47.
Hotel Astor
Cor. Bay and Hogan Sts.
Jacksonville, Florida
AII modern improvement,
' YCfV CClltral location, COOltt
rooms in city. Fine sample
? 1.00 $1.50 and ?Lu0
with bath.

Astor Investment Co.,
A. B. Vance, President

Business Men ot the City and
Be Issued

I Threatened strike of Kngineerw on the
Kaslfrn l(ailrHU mmm1 Work of
Kiinpp and MeNell
New Yotk. .ny The threatened
strik..- f engineers of the fifty rail railroads
roads railroads east of Chicago and north of
the Norfolk ana Western and Chesa Chesapeake
peake Chesapeake and Ohio was averted last
night by the signing of an arbitration
agreement between the two commit commit-:
: commit-: tees representing the railroads and the
The settlement was brought about
: by the efforts of Charles P. Neill,
! I'nited States commissioner of labor,
' and Judge Martin A. Knapp of the
Cnited States Commerce Court. They
' first offered their services as medi mediators
ators mediators on April 2 in the difficulties be be-tweeii
tweeii be-tweeii the railroads and their engineers
lover the question of wages. An in in-i
i in-i crease from 15 to IS per cent was
'asked by the men. The government' of of-j
j of-j ticials. failing to bring the parties to
jtiie dispute together for settlement on
lelinite terms, took
t lie alternative i
of arbitration.
are mosquitoes. As they sting they put
j deadly malaria germs in the blood.
Then follow the icy chills and the fires
of fever. The appetite flies and the
s t ren s
tli fails: also malaria often
paves the way for deadly typhoid. But
Kleetrie Hitters kill and cast out the
maiaria germs irom the blood: give
a fine .appetite and renew vour
i strength. "After long suffering,"
wrote Wm. Fretwell, of Lucama. N. C,
"three bottles drove all the malaria
from my system, and I've had good
health ever since." Best for all stom stomach,
ach, stomach, liver and kidney ills. 50 cts. at
Tydings it Co's.
Cotton Plant, May 1. Klection day is
; over and a great many minds are
made easy, while some are made sad.
I). M. Barco and daughter, Miss
Carrie, visited the Brick City Monday.
I Mr. Barco remained until after the
political speaking. Miss Carrie came
out to Martel and stopped over for a
surprise party at the parsonage.
I W. JO. Veal of Istaehatta came up
I Sunday to visit witli his wife and
j children who are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
i D. M. Barco. Mr. Veal returned to his
post of duty Monday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Woodward visited
at York Saturday afternoon.
Dr. Allen A. Poucher, who is visit visiting
ing visiting friends at Martel. was a caller in
Cotton Plant last Friday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Long spent Sun Sunday
day Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Barco.
Mr. Carl Harris and Miss Carrie
i Barco were callers in York Sunday af af-i
i af-i ternoon and attended preaching.
Mrs. Jim Brooks spent Tuesday with
Mrs. I). M. Barco.
Mr. Harry- Woodward visited his
friend, George Smith at Martel Satur Saturday
day Saturday night and Sunday.
Mr. J. N. Morris is expected back
from Alabama the middle of this
week. It is probable that he will re return
turn return alone.
Quarterly conference at St. Johns
church Saturday, preaching by Rev. T.
J. Nixon at 11 o'clock and dinner on
the ground. Conference will be held
after dinner. Rev. Nixon will also
preach Sunday morning at 11 o'clock.
Every one is invited to attend these
A thousand tongues could not ex express
press express the gratitude of Mrs. J. E. Cox.
of Joliet, 111., for her wonderful deliv-
erance form an awful fate. "Typhoid
' pneumonia ha 1 left me with a dreadful
j cough," she writes. "Sometimes I had
isueh awful coughing spells I thought
jl would die. I could get no help from
; doctor's treatment or other medicines
till I used Dr. King's New Discovery.
But I owe my life to this wonderrul
remedy for I scarcely cough at all
now." Quick and safe, its the most re reliable
liable reliable of all throat and lung medicines,
livery bottle guaranteed. 50c and $1.00.
Trial bottle free at Tydings & Co's.
i Levon. Mav 2. The measles
smal pox are all about gone.
I Mr. and Mrs. Will Lucius were in
! Ocrlo Monday shopping,
i Several Levonltes attended the can can-jdidate's
jdidate's can-jdidate's picnic at Pedro last Thursday.
Those attending were: Mr. and Mrs.
j H. I. Perry. Mrs. J. W. Lolley and lit-
I tie daughter, Eva Lucille, Mr. and Mrs.
i u-in Lucius. Mr. and Mrs. Lovell and
! family, f'lyde Perry and. Dr. Slaughter.
All r
orted a good dinner and a jolly
Mrs. Ethel Mosely and bright little
daughter Dora Elizabeth left last week
to spt-nd several weeks at her father's
home in Live Oak. Mrs. Mosely hasn't
been well in a good while. We hope
this visit will restore her general
health. Mr. Mosely is wearing a long
fa--e since their departure.
Mi-s Elsa Akin has been suffying
for several days with fever from a
vai--. inat ion ion-Mr.
Mr. ion-Mr. and Mrs. Cornell and baby are at
horn- again after suffering
mall r.ox at Mrs. Connell's
with tne
1 Mr- Alf Proctor, of Pedro.
; m- and Mrs. Otto Jen son and chil-
,lr;n; an oH resident here, but now nv.
;ng at .U')rr. r JU. fie u.-iivi.- a. i.
tne Barnsdale home last Sunday. They
eame down, in their touring car.
M:.-s Lizzie Proctor the pretty daugh daughter
ter daughter of .Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Proctor of
i'- lro. wa in town Saturday with Miss
S'jla ivarson to take her regular music
Ie-on from Mrs. Culpepper.
Mr. Tom PrO'-t
tor is at work after
it small pox at Pedro.
: Z w.
All are -;lad to see Tom out again.
headache results from a dih dih-cnd:t;on
cnd:t;on dih-cnd:t;on of the stomach, and
!-ured by the use of Chamber Chamber-omaeh
omaeh Chamber-omaeh and Liver Tablets. Try
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some wholesome but which gives zest to meals
by its goodness.
Groceries like we carry not only
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energy for your daily work but
make eating all that it should
be perfect enjoyment. If, af after
ter after your coming meal, you find
anything wrong, make a reso resolution
lution resolution to try us next time. 1
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Blttinger A Carroll Proprietors.
It. B. Carroll, Business Manager.
J.H. Benjamin, Editor.
In a magazine article. "The Public
and the Pistol," Wm. J. Burns, the de de-tectlTe
tectlTe de-tectlTe of Los Angeles dynamite fame,
has attacked the revolver law of New
York. Chicago and other big cities for
deterring law-abiding citizens from
arming themselves.
"Common sense justifies the owning
of a good pistol by every respectable
householder," says the article in part.
"If it were possible by the simple pro process
cess process of the law to compel every honest
citizen to own a pistol and know how
to shoot straight with it. and at the
same time to disarm all criminals of
pistols there would be less -work for
detectives to do. Any law which acts
as a deterrent to the buying of pistols
by law-abiding citizens is a detriment
to the suppression of crime. The crook
disdains any law which applies equally
to him and to honest men and finds
any number of underhanded means to
obtain secret weapons.
The records of the homicide files in
my New York office show that of the
homicides reported in the New York
newspapers, occurring in New York
City and elsewhere, about 50 per cent
are committed with pistols. On this
SO per cent, one-half, or 25 per cent of
the total number of homicides are done
by criminals in connection with rob robbery;
bery; robbery; 40 per cent of all the murders
committed with pistols are done by
criminals or men with bad records. Of
the remaining 10 per cent the records
show that 5 per cent are cases of self self-defense.
defense. self-defense. So apparently there are but
5 per cent of the homicides committed
with pistols, or actually 2 per cent of
all the homicides included in these re records
cords records for'which it is possible to attach
any blame to the pistol.
"Considering the pistol's usefulness
in saving life by preventing murder
and in checking burglars, larceny and
other crimes In the homes of law-abiding
citizens, this 2 per cent is a
pretty smallpeg on which to hang
anti-pistol laws that deter law-abiding
from arming themselves.
"The fact of carrying a pistol at the
time of perpetrating any offense that
indicates unfitness to have a pistol, or
at the time of arrest for such an of offense,
fense, offense, should multiply the penalty for
the act committed. A few gun-toting
ruffians sent away for years instead of
for months for seemingly petty of offenses,
fenses, offenses, would do more to disarm the
uTicr-world of pistols than to exact a
license fee on these weapons of 50
Flgures received in the office of the
Florida Citrus Exchange at. Tampa,
relative to the shipment of California
fruits for the season up to and includ including
ing including Thursday, April 18, show that the
Pacific coast state has shipped thus far
14,62$ cars of oranges as against 21,192
for the preceding year and 13,888 for
the year before. Florida's total ship shipment
ment shipment this season has been approxi approximately
mately approximately 10,500. What California's aver average
age average for the season has been is not yet
known in Florida, but Manager Tem Temple
ple Temple states, without hesitation, that the
exchange price will exceed that of
California by at least fifty cents a
During the battle with bandits near
Paris the other day, the moving pic picture
ture picture men were right on the job. They
were in full range of the fire of the
desperadoes, standing on ladders, many
feet above the heads of the crowd,
calmly turning their films and mak making
ing making a complete record of the spectac spectac-.
. spectac-. ular tragedy. Evidently the outlaws
were not averse to having the sensa sensational
tional sensational scene so preserved. They did
not send a bullet in the direction of
the cinematograph men, although they
were the only ones offering a fair
Clfnreret Tlnrn n who. with Pearv on
Kla amulltinn tn the 'Vnrth T'nl f es
caped an icy death many- times in
some of the numerous "leads" which
the party had to cross, was drowned
Sunday afternoon, In the comparative
calm and peaceful waters of Long Isl Island
and Island Sound. With him was drowned
Samuel Winship Case of Norwich, Ct.,
who, like Borup, was a graduate of
Yale. Borup was taking a special
course in geology to prepare himself
for his expedition which was to start
for Crocker Land in July.
More lifeboats on trans-Atlantic
liners, an equipment of rafts that will
automatically float clear of a sinking
vessel and the construction of great
passenger steamers with double hulls
and extended water-tight compart compartments,
ments, compartments, are reforms that will probably
be caused by the Titanis. disaster.
Thomas Cleveland Dawson, resident
diplomat officer of the state depart department,
ment, department, died in Washington Wednesday,
after an illness of several weeks with
a complication of diseases. He was 46
years old and a native of Hudson, Wis.
Mr. Dawson was famous for his skill
in handling difficult Latin-American
Fate at last was cruel to Mr. and
Mrs. Isidor Straus who went down
together on the Titanic. The husband's
body was recovered, but that of the
faithful wife, who might have been
saved, but wouldn't, sank into the At Atlantic's
lantic's Atlantic's vast cemetery.
Harry Thaw is making another des desperate
perate desperate struggle to escape thru the
courts from Matteawan asylum.
In the Massachusetts primaries, the
democratic voters favored Clark and
the republicans Roosevelt.
Delaware democrats have instructed
their delegates for Wilson.
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Of the Preseace of the IT. D. C.
Extended a Warm Welcome
to ThHr Convention
(Tampa Times. 1st)
That the Daughters of the South are
keeping traditions of the heroes who
struggled in the civil war, bringing
forth deeds that never will be forgot forgotten,
ten, forgotten, was evidenced last night, when
the public meeting, opening the seven seventeenth
teenth seventeenth annual convention of the Flor Florida
ida Florida Division of the Daughters of the
Confederacy, took place in the beauti beautiful
ful beautiful auditorium of the German-American
The hall was beautifully and appro-
priately decorated for the occasion.
Around the pillars were draped stream streamers
ers streamers of the Confederate colors, while the
background of the stage presented an
immense Confederate flag, bearing the
seal of the state in the center. The
color scheme of the entire decorations
was in white and cream, making a
most beautiful effect, blending with
the colors of the stars and stripes, and
the red, white. and black of the Ger German
man German flag.
Dr. Dellart'a Eloquent Invocation
Promptly at 8:30 the meeting was
called to order. The auditorium was
filled with Tampa's most prominent
people, and on the stage were the offi officers
cers officers of the state organization. Mayor
McKay. Dr. W. W. DeHart, Capt. H. P.
tsaya ana oiner promineni speakers, j

and Mrs. S. S. Moore, president of themittee then made its re,,ort which
local chapter, who presided. Follow- j snowed that u8 ,iele'ates were seated
ing the call to order. Dr. DeHart deliv- for the conVention. It was noted that
ered a most eloquent Invocation, as fol-jtnrfce chapters from West Florida
lows: 'were not represented, but it is thought
"O, God, who art the King of Kings, that the delegation will arrive some
and the Almighty Ruler of Nations, time tonight, having been unavoidably

we ask thy blessing upon this gath-
ering of'the Daughters of the Confed-

eracy. We render Thee thanks for the i to a lunch, which was prepared at the
goodly heritage which thou hast given ("Rathskeller" of the German-American
us In the memory of those heroes; ourlVerein. The invitation was accepted.

noble kinsfolk who sleep upon the bat-jana lor two nours tne guests were en en-tlefields
tlefields en-tlefields and in the peaceful cemeteries j tertained in a most royal manner. Kv Kv-of
of Kv-of our beloved southland. We look ; ery detail of this feature was looked

back upon that dark and bloody storm
which swept over the face of the sun- j
nv south, and thank Thee with joyful I
hearts for the present blessings of!
peace. Preserve to our country for-
, m, 1.1 i
evermore, we Deseecn inee, mese uies-
sings of peace. May the kingdom of
the Prince of Peace reigning in the
hearts and lives of men, unite them in

holy fellowship; that so their onlyjurbs, a compliment of the Tampa
strife maybe, who shall show forth! Board of Trade and the Tampa Auto
with most humble and holy fervor, the j and Gulf Club. Mrs. 11. E. Snow is in
praises of Him who hath loved them; charge of this pleasant feature.
and made them Kings and Priests unto Historical I'roeram
r?rwl W fmrdore thv blessiner UDOn The meeting this evening will be his-

the officers of this association. May
they have grace, wisdom and under understanding
standing understanding to so discharge their duties
as most effectually to promote the
good order and welfare ef the body
over which they preside.
"Continue, O, Lord, to prosper this
organization' in its diffusion of loyalty
and advancement of truth that our
children and children's children may
ever remember the noble deeds of a
lost, but high and holy cause. Grant
thy blessing upon all who are gather gathered
ed gathered here. May we ever bear in mind
that thou art our Ruler and Guide,
and that Thou doest all things well.
Mayor MacKay Welcomed Delegates
Mayor D. B. MacKay in a few well
chosen words welcomed the visitors to
tie city, turning "over the keys of
Tampa. "In my line of duty," said the
mayor, "I have welcomed many organ organizations
izations organizations to our great city, but in this
instance it Is a great pleasure to of offer
fer offer your splendid organization the
hospitality that it deserves. I am
more than proud to welcome you and
assure you that you have the heartiest
good will from all citizens."
Marshall Moore was on the program
to respond to the welcome in behalf of
the press of Tampa. He was unavoid unavoidably
ably unavoidably detained, and Mayor McKay took
the subject, declaring that newspapers
of Tampa, in common with the public,
took great interest in gatherings of
this kind, and would offer all possi possible
ble possible assistance during the convention.
A. G. Baker, commanding Camp Lor Lor-ing.
ing. Lor-ing. U. C. V., delivered an eloquent ad address
dress address of welcome in behalf of the vet veterans.
erans. veterans. He weldbmed the delegations
to the convention, and declared that
the Daughters were keeping up the
traditions of the South, whose strug struggle
gle struggle in the civil war will never be for forgotten.
gotten. forgotten. He referred to the "lost
cause." saying that it may be termed
so by some people, but he felt, like ev every
ery every veteran who was on the battle
field, that it was a "just cause."
In behalf of the Sons of Veterans,
Capt. Harry P. Baya delivered an elo eloquent
quent eloquent address of welcome. While
brief, his remarks were to the point,
declaring that the citizens of Tampa in
general, and the Sons of Veterans in
particular, were glad to welcome the
Daughters of the South to Tampa. He
recognized the influence of the women
in the late unpleasantness, compli complimented
mented complimented them for the assistance they
gave to the soldiers, and in turn stated
that the same spirit is being upheld
and carried out by the Daughters. He
further declared that the victory re recently
cently recently won In Florida, the adoption of
a fair and impartial history for the
children to study, was due to the ef efforts
forts efforts of the Daughters of the Confed Confederacy,
eracy, Confederacy, for which they have the ever everlasting
lasting everlasting thanks of the people as a
whole. He extended the hospitality of
the Sons and offered every assistance
and courtesy in their behalf during
the convention.
MBet Loved Women la Florida
Sister Esther Cariotta, prsident of
the Florida Division, U. D. C. was then
introduced by Mrs. S. S. Moore, pres president
ident president of the local chapter. She re received
ceived received a tremendous ovation. Mrs.
Moore referred to the president as
"the most loved woman In Florida,"
I which brought forth applause. Sister
Cariotta thanked the mayor, the
speakers for the various organizations,
and the citizens generally for the
hearty welcome that had been tender tendered,
ed, tendered, and declared that this would be
appreciated in many ways. "The visit visiting
ing visiting Daughters all feel a keen delight
in being in Tampa," she declared. At
the close of her response. Miss Maud
Kennedy presented the president with
a beautiful bunch of white lilies. In
accepting the gift. Sister Cariotta said:
"Beautiful white lilies, with hearts of
gold; they represent the Daughters of
Tampa, and I accept them."
The program that has been arrang arranged
ed arranged for the occasion was enjoyed by
those present. There were several
numbers, aside from the addresses,
among which was a talk by Miss Lil Lillian
lian Lillian Baggett, for the Annie Lee Chap Chapter.
ter. Chapter. Children of the Confederacy; la later
ter later she rendered a beautiful violin
solo. Miss Minnifred Minter recited
from "Uncle Remus" which was one
of the features of the evening. The
musical number of "Mocking Bird," by
Messrs. S. S. Moore and Amos Harris,
was so excellently rendered that they
had to appear the second time. Mr.
Harris made a hit in the whistling part
of the number, showing that he him himself
self himself was a veritable "mocking bird."
Her Chief Aaalstaata
Mrs. John M. Taylor and Mrs. H. H.
McCreary were called upon the plat platform,
form, platform, where Sister Cariotta introduc-

ed them as being especially honored by
the organization for the splendid work
that these ladies had done for the
cause. They were introduced as "the
right and left hand of the Daughters
of Florida."

A beautiful tableau was presented ;
by the children of the Confederacy un-
der the 'direction of Mrs. Henry Crash.
They were arranged across the staae,
each child bearing a Confederate flag,
and sans? "Suwanee River' and
Opening Selon
At the opening session of the .sev .seventeenth
enteenth .seventeenth annual convention of the
(Florida Division of the Daughters of
the Confederacy, hell this morning.
President Sister Esther Cariotta. of St.
JAugu.?tine. made an eloquent address.
in which she ltid .articular stress
upon the principles of the order. While
the president did nut deliver the an-
nual report, which will be tendered to-
morrow, she complimented the various
chapters for the good 'work that had
been done during the past year, which
will prove to be the banner year in the
history of the organization. She once
more thanked the local chapter, and
the people of this city, for the hearty
welcome that was accorded the lauh-
ters from the different cities.
r 11S Delfnalr Present
Following the call to order, Rev.
Claude W. Duke, pastor of the First
Baptist church offered the invocation.
The ritual of the order was then read.
followed by tne nymn How i-irm a
Foundation." The
credentials coin-
At 12:30 the Daughters were
after by the officers of Tampa's Ger-
man-American Verein and the affair
was a most pleasant one.
At 2o'clock this afternoon the meet-j
ng convened for the afternoon session, j
Tho hivsinosc wa nf a mn-
tine nature. The delegates were noti- ;
fled that at 5 o'clock there would be an i
automobile ride over the city and sub- ;
torical in anture. A splendid program J
has been arranged for the occasion, un-
der the careful supervision of Sister
Esther Cariotta. The historian of the
organization will preside, and Rev. W
W. DeHart and prominent members of j
the convention will take part. This
meeting will be called to order at 8:30. j
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Trammel! Far Vhrad for (rtvfrnr and
L'Kngle the Field
"Special to the Stari
Tampa. May 2. I'ark Trammeil. on
incomplete returns from all over the
-tate. ha !;."52 votes: Gibbons has
;.H: Milton. m:7: Vaton. 72-6. Sem Sem-plr
plr Sem-plr i- distanced.
Claude E'Kngle is far ahead for con congressman
gressman congressman from the stare at large.
Toorner. perhaps, is second.
Clark arid Hilburn will run again in
the second district. Wilson and Mayes
in the third.
, Spark man beats Phillips by about
; 3.0w0 in the rirst.
' Luning for treasurer will probably
so in in the first primary. j
Foster leads for adjutant general. i
liunn won over Xeeley for railroad
'commissioner. j
: Dorman beats McRae for comptroller, i
. Holloway leads Sheats for superin- j
tendent of public instruction and Rus- j
sell is distanced. j
i Underwood carried Hillsborough by (
a tew votes. He has tne state.
Not more than 50 per cent of the re- 1
turns are ini so far,
sount may make con
in what now appear
and the official
siderable changes
:o be results.
Tampa Times.
Returns frm precincts
r.esday afternoor
1 no
fol!o-.;n addi-
receiVed Wed-
1 'resident I "n der wood.
:: Wilson. 7.
-Uacham. 1:
Toorner, 3:
-Phillips. 30;
Watson. 7:
: Light, 37;
'unu ressma n at larue larue-invited
invited larue-invited 1Knle, -6: Martin.
W illiamson.
Congress Firt District
Sparkman. 10.
Governor Gibbons.
Milton. 7; Trammeil. 27.
I-eirislature Crosby, 2
Spencer, 3o.
County Judg
e tiouer, 11: mitn, us. ;
Clerk Nugent. 27; Sistrunk, 3-". j
Assessor Aver, 32: Moorhead, 18.
Supt. r.rinson, 12: Green, 37.
Treasurer Cobb. 15: Graham, 31:'
Livingston, 2.
Oonirress First District I'hillins. 2:
Sparkman, 13.
Legislature Crosby. 12; Light, 7;
Spencer, 13.
County Judge Gober, 12; Smith, C.
Clerk Nugent, 10; Sistrunk, '..
Assessor Ayer, 1"; Moorhead, 3.
Supt. Drinson, 12; Green. 2.
Treasurer Cobb, 2; Graham. 14:
nt, 22; Sistrunk. 14.
Clerk Nus
Congressman at Large 1'eacham, 1 ;

jL'Kngle, 20; Toorner, 1.
prints for'; Congress First District Phillips. 10;

Sparkman, 12.
Governor Gibbons, 2; Milton, 5;
Trammeil, 11.
Legislature Crosby, 16; Light, 2S;
Spencer, 16.
County Judge Gober, 6; Smith, 23.
Clerk Nugent, 28; Sistrunk, 5.
Assessor Ayer, 11; Moorhead, 21.
Supt. Drinson, 6; Green, 40.
Treasurer Cobb, 3; Graham, 24;
Livingston, 4.
President I'nderwood, 3; Wilson, 4.
Contrrcssnmn at Large L'Kngle, 8;
Martin, 1; O'Brien. 1.
Congress First District Phillips, 1;
Sparkman, It.
Governor Gibbons, 1; Trammel!, 8;
Watson, 1.
Legislature Crosby, !t; Light, 6;
Spencer, 5.
Coujfty Judge Gober, C; Smith, 4.
Clerk Nugent, 2; Sistrunk, S.
Assessor Ayer, 3; Moorhead, T.
Supt. Brinson, 10.
Treasurer Cobb, 1; Graham, 1.
Mokm III II (T
Congressman at Large L'Engle, 28;
Martin, 1; Toorner, 6; Williamson, 2.
Congress First District Phillips, 9;
Sparkman, 31.
Governor Gibbons, 1;
Trammeil. 8; Watson, 2.
Legislature Crosby, 2'J
Milton, 10;
Light, 37;
Spencer, 17.
County Judge Gober, 11; Smith, 34.
Clerk Xugent, 16; Sistrunk, 37.
Assessor Ayer, 30; Moorhead, 13.
Supt. IJrinson, 5; Green, 31.
Treasurer Cobb, 4; Graham. 2t
Livingston, 11.
President I'nderwood, 6; Wilson, 7
Congress First District Phillips, 7
Sparkman, 9.
Legislature Crosby, 16; Light, 12
Spencer, 11.
County Judge Gober, 3; Smith. 18.
Clerk Xugent, 10; Sistrunk, 11.
Assessor Ayer, 14; Moorhead, 8.
Supt. Brinson, 9; Green, 13.
Treasurer Cobb, 7; Graham
Livingston, 6.
Camp Izzartl
President Underwood, 9; Wilson. 4.
Legislature Crosby, 24; Light, 8;
Spencer, 17.
County Judge Gober, 20; Smith, 5.
Clerk Xugent, 6: Sistrunk, 21.
Supt. Brinson, 14; Green, 11.
Treasurer Cobb, 7; Graham, 11:
Livingston, 7.
Mr. Frank Harris leads the ticket in
the county for delegate to the na national
tional national convention from the state at
large with a -vote of 849, while Mr. W.
K. Zewadski leads the ticket for del delegate
egate delegate to the national convention from
this congressional .rM.strict.
j Atlanta. May 2. Oscar Underwood
of Alabama is Georgia's choice for the
'democratic nomination for president,
'as expressed in the presidential pref pref-;
; pref-; erence primary held in this state yes yes-I
I yes-I terdav.
Practically complete but unofficial
returns compiled up to midnight show
that he carried about 100 of the 146
counties in the state and that his ma majority
jority majority over Wilson will be between
7.000 and S.000.
iiKi.i1 .ii ix.k i iivn FIX.
Ju-tiee Kli Cherry, of Gillis Mills.
Tenr... va- plainly worried. A bad sore
"n hl !e ha l bafnMl 5if'veral doctor
and Ion-' re sisted all remedies. '"I
thought it was a cancer." he wrote.
"At la?it 1 u' Cucklen's Arnica Salve.
and was completely cured."' Currs
burns, boils, ulcers, cuts, brui-s and
I-'les. -'3 cents at Tydings X: C-Vs.
si m idf: vt gvimvili.f.
S. L
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tor in
;or tne
pat several
employed as elevator condue condue-the
the condue-the federal building, took Iiis
life Wednesday about 1 o'ciock ji.
The man had. from appearances.
Mr. Peck moved t ua:nesv;ue rrom

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Here Is a dime. Have it. Not a large amount, you say? No. you're
right, yet It represents ten per cent Interest on one dollar for a year. It's
the little things that count In this life. History tells us that the Duke of
Wellington attributes the victory of the Allies at Waterloo to the closing of
the Hugomont Castle gates by James McDowell and John Graham. It was a
small thing. But the' results have oeer, marveloas as we look back over the
Intervening years. Philip D. Armour knew the value of little things. They
ay he packed 'everything but the last breath of a hog utilizing the waste in
the manufacture of by-products, made him wealthy. The small boy by stick sticking
ing sticking his. finger in the leak in the dam saved Holland frum destruction. A
few drops of water on a stone makes no repression the constant drip
wears away the stone. The Utile point on the auger prepares the way for
the large bored hole. A single grain of corn produces from one to two per perfect
fect perfect ears. And the little dime is a part of a dollar. Dollars at interest
produce dollars just as surely as the seed sown on rich ground brings forth
an abundant harvest. Then ave the DIME! Watch it grow.

mm mmnmtxmti mut

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Masons meet tonight.


Moose meet this evening.

fli 7 rooms.

big lot, soft water.

Tom F. Hancock of Brooksville was
at the Ocala House last night.

Dr. A. L. Hlaluck, phynleiaa, phone
number 132.

Kodak finishing done by experts at
the Ocala Photo Co.

The Misses Hicks of Hernando were
at the Ocala House last night.


Dr. K. G. Peek'M office phone Im o.
4Nj hla renldenee phone, Xo. 301.

The Ideal, Mr. Emmett Robinson's
new motion picture theater, had an
auspicious opening last evening.
The first evening's performance was
for the benefit of the Woman's Clut),
and was in charge of the ladies of that
excellent organization. The house was
full twice over, and then some. The
pictures were well chosen and showed
up splendidly, and th pleasure of the
evening was added to by some fine
music from Messrs. Walter Tucker, E.
R. Robinson and Leon FisheL.'
The entertainment netted the ladies
the tidy sum of $56.10.
The Ideal is a fine little theater. Its
front, with the semi-circie of lights

over the door, and the big electric!

sign high up, is an ornament and an
illumination to that part of town, and
looks like a section of the great white
way. Inside, the theater i attractive

and comfortable, with


The King's Daughters held a well
attended meeting this morning and
looked after much important business.
The offer of Mr. Clifford Peabody to
put the Air Dome at their disposal for
one evening, was accepted and the
date will be announced later. They
hope to have a ful house on that occasion.


.Judge F. J. Titcomb of Dunnellon
was at the Ocala House yesterday.

FOR SALE One good saddle horse.
Inquire of Mrs. W. P. Edwards.

Mrs. E. C. Bennett is

rapidly at the sanitarium.'

The Air Dome is going ahead with
preparations for its baby show, which
is going to be one of the greatest local

I hits ever made. It will occur one night

next week. Be sure and enter your
baby, and if you haven't any baby

j borrow somebody else's.
j The Air Dome had a big crowd last
j night. It was an Air Dome night, and

its opera seats rn.-i'- u.iir-iBtfurj !-.. ti.-t-i

and fants. It is a credit to the townjand Mr. Hvde- mad; a great hit and
and is bound to do a uood business. jthere were other fine pictures
The theater will be open again this j There ,vin be a flrst.class prosrram
evening with a good program. Thejton5lihl 1;e sure and see it
system of ventilation has been changed i

and it will be perfectly

cool and com- j




j Your last photo didn't do you justice.
!lt wasn't taken at the Ocala Photo Co.

j There will be a meeting of the Boy
j Scouts at trie Air Dome Monday after after-jnoon.
jnoon. after-jnoon. at 3 o'clock, to decide on future
movements of that fine organization,
j All members should be present.


1 At the Ocala Phsto Co. we develop
your films free if bought from us.

Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Johnson of Flo Floral
ral Floral City were at the Ocala House yesterday.

Miss Sue Anderson, the charming and

j accomplished daughter of Dr. and Mrs. j
i William Anderson of this city, was
imarrie l Tuesday. April ?.0. in San j
i Diego, Calif., to i'nsigu Norman Kirk i

ot the I n.ted Mates Nay. it was a The Cily of Ooala ha? beftn oharler.
brilliant wedding, attended by many je,, for Saturday morning and will take
j officers of the bridegroom's ship, the tne Kra,iuation das- and other school

I c ruiser .iar lano, ana tneir lammes, j children and


Yes, But Is If Right?
Carrying a watch is of little value unless it keeps
right time. Kverv watch should be carefully gone
over by .a practical watch repairer once In every 18
months. Don't rpoil your watch
Bring it in here today.
OCALA, : : : : : FLORIDA.

Wat NT-Wat ula street,
large lot $13.

two-story, seven-rooms.

H. C Packham.

Mrs. J. D.

Clayton of Orlando
lonial yesterday.

in the afternoon. A great day's

outing is anticipated by the yort'ug peo


their friends who would

many prominent people or Sanjlike to attenJ on an excursion from
Immediately after the cere- j silver Snrings down the river and re-

A, , mony, .Mr. ami .Mrs. Kirk lett lor a j turn

.r.... ..... wedding trip to Northern California

and Oregon.

i The bride has manv friends in this-

Wamslev and Mrs. L. F. C,ity w,iere he was reared, and where' Mr,. A. M. Jame,. who has been a
nfiiiinivr;allvrA3Ti"inarm;ir1rriir-! .- . . . .

were at the Co-' iresnient nrst 01 spring l'arK. ana later
ed. Ensign Kirk is one of the gallant j,lf ocaia. died this morning at the home
'young officers of our navy, and de-,of her daughter- and son-in-law, Mr.

i -seive cougiaiuiauoiis irom an iorT K Thomsen. ihe had lived

(Winning so charming a bride.

dosent beip business men, dosen't help Ibis bank.
To benefit both it should be kept in circulation.
for any legitimate purpose and with acceptable se se-carity
carity se-carity are inv ted to apply for a loan here. AH ap ap-ptications
ptications ap-ptications acted promptly upon and sli transactions
are held as confidential.



CAPITAL. Ft' I.L.Y PAID I 975,000
H. D. STOKES. Cashier.

Vice. Pres.





Just received a snappy line of shoes in


- Mrs. H. Cramer and Miss Julia II.
Webb of Kendrick were at the Colo Colonial
nial Colonial last night.



FOR SALE 20-hp. Ford runabout
car, and equipment. $250 cash. Ad Address,
dress, Address, F. II. M., care Star. 6td

The Florida State Hoard of Examin Examiners
ers Examiners in Optometry will meet in annual

W. W. Jordan and W.
Gainesville were at the
last night.

IJ. Durst of

Ocala House


! session

29th day of May

WANTED Teachers wanted for the
public schools. Address D. T. Bald Baldwin,
win, Baldwin, Agua Neuva, Texas.

at Jacksonville, Fla., on the

1012, at 9 a. m. in the

Windsor hotel, for the purpose of elect electing
ing electing officers for the ensuing year, and
to transact other business brought
before it. Dr. D. M. P.oney, Pres.
Dr. Otto C. Butterwick. Sec'y.
Ocala, Fla., April 27, 1912.


quietly that her circle of acquaintance
in the city was small, but she was
highly esteemed by those who knew
her. Her remains were interred in
Greenwood this afternoon. Mclver fc
MacKay had charge of the arrangements.


Mr. C. J. McCranie of Linadale was

In town yesterday, having brought up j

the election returns from his precinct


Next Tuesday night, at the regular
meeting of the city council, that body
will elect the city officials for the en ensuing
suing ensuing year.


Only five cockerels left which will

i be sold cheap to quick buyers. They

lare large, vigorous and thoroughbred
Get your prescriptions tilled by BecK Rhode Island Red, Q R peacock.
at the Court Pharmacy and know they CaH at SUr offloe

are right.


Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Brigance have
moved into their pretty new cottage

on the south side.



Lost in courthouse April 30th, an

(open face, gold case watch, Elgin

movementmovement No. o44: case Jo.

j Mr. S. E. Smith, the prosperous

naval stores operator at Lynne, has
disposed of his turpentine location at
that point to Capt. W. B. Powell of
lakeland. Mr. Smith has done exceed exceedingly
ingly exceedingly well with his investment at
Lynne. He will go to South Carolina
for a few months vacation and will
then select and purchase another loca location
tion location in Florida.

If you are In a hurry for your pre- 1661g41- A reward will be paid for its

scriptions, try the Court Pharmacy's

'quick delivery system.

return to this office.

! Mr. T. E. Pritchett came up from
Candler this morning and went south!
on Sunnyjim this morning. j


FOR SALE Four hundred and fifty

i bushels seed peanuts at one dollar per'

: bushel.

A $450 Hartford piano, new and in
fine shape, for sale at your own price.
Call at Star office.


Apply Howell & Griggs, Oak,


Dr. R. D. Fuller is steadily improv improving.
ing. improving. His physicians consider him al almost
most almost out of danger.


i The Young Ladies' Sewing Circle

' were the guests of Miss Virginia Har Har-j
j Har-j rell at the home of Mrs. Clarence Camp
this morning, and had a most enjoya enjoyable
ble enjoyable and profitable meeting.

Following? are the meteorological
conditions that prevailed during the
twenty-four hours up to noon today:
Partly cloudy; south wind.
Minimum temperature, 66 degrees.
Maximum temperature. S2 degrees.




Knccland, Johnson and Murphy
lines. Also White Canvas in $150, $2.50
and $3.50 vulues, Elk Skin in black and
tan, Socks to match Shoes, Laces to match
Socks, and Polish to hhine the Shoes.
Come in and let ns show yon.






Local showers tonight or Friday.

Rexall Cold Tablets do the work.
Can give you the formula if you like.
2c the package at the Post Office
(Drug Stores.

FOR RENT Neat new 5-room cot cottage,
tage, cottage, electric lights, bath, etc. Close
in. Possession June 1st. C. E.
Thomas at Carn Thomas Co. Grocery

Barney Spencer, who was op- j

! Mrs.

.to her home last night

When in Jacksonville stop with Mrs.

5,000,000 feet, stumpage.
3 orange groves at Lake Weir.
R. L. Martin, Merchant's Block.

A big picnic will be held at Palmetto
Landing on the Oklawaha river three-

E. L. Maloney. at the Girard, No. n quarters of a mile southeast from the

al n,lvai s,r. 4t off Main.

much improv- L.- nm
I ic. room in the city.



I Parker Lucky Curve fountain Pens
iln any style or shape. A large assort assort-jment
jment assort-jment to select from at the Court Phar


The Ocala Chapter Eastern Star

Jwill meet tomorrow evening at Yonge's

Remember the times when we hsd to sn efce the mosquitoes ,Ha11 at 7:30 'clock-
away of an evening? Aid to bimh the Hies or simply endure for rent Four room nat: aiso
A i mi cottage of seven room3, electric lights
mem now times nave (nancca! ivon we Knew mat tntse and bath: near primary school. Mrs.

lusctia ncic me incurs vi apicuutrv u iiyti ku tnttiBo,

J Wash out old sores, festering wouds
land ulcers with DARBY'S PHOPHY-
LACTIC FLUID. It is a wonderful dis disinfectant
infectant disinfectant and healing remedy. It heals
'up running sores of long standing that
'will not yield to an ordinary liniment,

because it destroys poisonous germ

residence of Mr. L. B. March. Every

body invited to come and bring well
filled baskets. Remember the date,
May 11. We expect to have plenty of
fish, cold drinks and other refresh refreshments,
ments, refreshments, to be served on the ground.
Eureka, May 1. J. N. Brinson.

Attorney W. K. Zewadski has been
recommended for appointment as ad-

cleanses the sore of foul matter and jutant of the first battalion, Second In-

helps nature to repair the damaged
flesh. Price 50 cts. per bottle. Sold
by aH druggists.

It pays both from the standpoint of comfort and conveni convenience
ence convenience or health.
Our stock of screens and screening permits you to fit any
door or window. We handle the best quality, which will last
for years. This means that you can ptt thrm up in a few

minutes next season, thus saving yen the time acd trcuble of ;

fitting new ones as well as the cost of buying
How about screening off that porch? It will be the most
popular place in the neighborhood. Come in and see how little
it will cost.
IMaupion Mardlwaipe Co.

Mr. C. E. Simmons

City on business for
Works this morning..

went to Floral
the Ocala Iron

Can furnish rrom one setting to
one thousand pure bred Rhode Island
Red eggs for hatching at $10 per
h ndred. Ed Carmlchael. Octla.

Col. H. L. Anderson of Jacksonville
is in the city looking after some busi business
ness business interests.

Mr. II. S. Chambers has bought one
of those handsome little 20-horsepower

Flanders cars from Mr. A. G. Gates. It The famous Lucky Curve Fountain
is as pretty as a picture and runs like Pens, in all styles and prices, at B.
a clock. But the sort of vehicle that i Goldman's Pawn Shop, "The Bargain

Hamo is really pining for is an auto i mure ui ucau

truck for the Ocala Fire Department.

fantry, N. G. F., with rank as first

lieutenant. Mr. Zewadski has seen
considerable military service, and is
thoroughly equipped for so important
a position. -Tampa Times.

Cooking with paper Dags? Call us
up for a package at I5c. The Post
Office Drug Store.



O ,1


After you have had a row and life
looks mighty blue, send her a box of
Morris candy and she'll again love
you. Get it at the Court Pharmacy.

FOR SALE Horse, bright sorrel,
ten years old, weighs 1400, good for

farm work or buggy. Not afraid of

automobiles. Price, one hundred dol dollars.
lars. dollars. A big bargain. Call or address,
R. B. Starbuck. 106 Oklawaha ave avenue.
nue. avenue. 4-27-6t

Largest line of trunks, valises and

suitcases in the city, and a good

leather suitcase, with two straps, for
$3, at B. Goldman's Pawn Shop. Can
you beat it? 'IThe Place of Bargains."

At the close of business last night,
the deposits of the Ocala National
Bank were the largest for any day
since the bank has been in business.

The famous Lucky Curve Fountain
Pens, In all styles and prices, at B.
Goldman's Pawn Shop. "The Bargain
Store of Ocala."

IORETTO (Near Mandarin) FLORIDA.
Boarding school for boys, conducted by the Sisters of St. Joseps
Boys from eight to fourteen years received, and carefully trained c
physical, intellectual, moral and social lines. Healthy location. Ma
nlficent swimming pool. Complete equipment in schoolrooms, dorn
tories. dining hall, and recreation rooms.

The auto isn't perfect yet. It took
five, the other day, to enable an Ocala
physician to pay a professional call,
and he came home on the train.

A beautiful diamond ladies brooch,
solid gold, set with nine diamonds, go going
ing going at $55 to the first comer to B.
Goldman's Pawn Shop. "Other bar bargains
gains bargains at this store."

FOR RENT Small hotel unfurnish unfurnished,
ed, unfurnished, new and modern; also store in same
building. Opposite Seaboard Air Line
depot in Leesburg. Apply to Box S3,
Leesburg. Fla. 4-25-6t

Mr. P. W. Collens of the Summerfleld
Chronicle was in town yesterday, after
election returns. He was concerned
particularly about Nathan Mayo, who
lacked only a few votes of having a
majority over all competitors for com commissioner
missioner commissioner in his district.

Mrs. J. H. Tinley, Waynesboro, Ga..
suffered for years with rheumatism
and kidney and bladder trouble. "I
have taken several different kinds of
medicine but got no relief until I took
Foley Kidney Pills, which have cured
me. I think them the best remedy
for kidney and bladder trouble and for
rheumatism." Sold at The Anti-Monopoly
Drug Store.

For Ladies. $1 to $2. For Men, $1 to $2.50.

For Children, 50c to $1.50.
Also a Complete Line of



TE1 m


Economy Fruit Jars

A canvas tent, almost new at a big
bargain, at B. Goldman's. Hurry if you
want it, as the camping season is here.
This store is the "Bargain Store of

Don't you think when you go to have
your pictures made that you'd better
go to a studio that will give you the
best work? Certainly. Then come to
to the Ocala Photo Co.

WANTED By experienced lady
stenographer. position in lawyer's of office.
fice. office. First class references furnished.

.Address, J. C. B.. care general delivery,
city. 5 1 3t
I A canvas tent, almost new at a big
bargain, at B. Goldman's. Hurry if you
want it, as the camping season is here.
.This store is. the "Bargain Store of

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

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

Alma Zada Face Powder Is the best
we have to offer at 50c the box. The
Post Office Drug Stores.

A gas lighting system with six
lights, suitable for store, church or
other public building. Will .ell at a

! great sacrifice. B. Goldman, the Pawn
! Broker, "The Bargain House of Ocala."

No. 10, the first train on the new A.
C. L. night schedule from St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, came in this morning on time.
Numbers 9 and 10 make a fine schedule
for all points along the road, partic particularly
ularly particularly for Ocala. Now if we can induce
the A. C. L. to put on a train between
Ocala and Sanford. we will be all to
the merry.

When your food does not digest well
and you feel "blue," tired and discour discouraged,
aged, discouraged, you should use a little HERBINE
at bedtime. It opens the bowels, puri purifies
fies purifies the system and restores a fine feel feeling
ing feeling of health and energy. Price 50c.
Soly by all druggists.

Our ice cream is the talk of the The Court Pharmacy has just re re-people
people re-people from Ocala to Lake Weir. We reived a large express shipment of the
have an up-to-date fountain with! popular Norris candies m all sized
thirteen pure fruit flavors. Cleanli- j packages from one-half to five pounds
ness is our hobby. Give us a trial.! each. If you want something really
"The Oasis," Belleview. next to de-'J in the confection line, try Norris
pot. .candies.

We are Exclusive Agents and have in stock
the famous Economy Fruit Jars in pints, quarts and
half-gallon sizes. This jar seals itself automatically
by-the heat of the boiled fruit or vegetables to be
canned has no rubber band to deteriorate and allow
the fruit to spoil is simple, durable and econom economical,
ical, economical, as its name implies. The company absolutely
guarantees the contents of the jar, if mt up in accord accordance
ance accordance with their directions, to never spill. The open openings
ings openings in these glass jars are large and are easily filled
or emptied.
Call at the store and s(e the jars and how they are
sealed and get a booklet containing many valuable
household receipts. Price of the jars as follows:
Pints, per dozen. $ 1.00
Quarts per dozen 1.25
Half-Gallons, per dozen 1.50

The Cam-Thomas Co.
Ocala, Fla.


Notice is hereby given that the


A good, well improved farm, with

board of county commissioners will at i beautiful 'orange grove in bearing;
its regular meeting. May 7th, at noon, j good dwelling and out buildings, fenc fenc-1912.
1912. fenc-1912. receive bids for opening the j ing, etc.; close to railroad, twelve
right of way and building the public j miles west of Ocala. Will sell cheap
road from Daisy to Fort McCoy. j or will exchange for Improved Ocala

S. T. Sistruhk. Clerk.

FOR SALE Eggs from pure EngTTsn
white and brown penciled wing ducks,
well mated without inbreeding, and
best egg producers. One dollar for 12.
J. H. McClymonds. 32 South Fourth
street, Ocala, Fla.

Now is the time to get rid of your
rheumatism. You will find Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Liniment wonderfully effective.
One application will convince you of
its merits. Try it. For sale by all

Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.

Eleven jeweled watches, American
movement. gold filled, guaranteed
cases, either lady's or gentleman's
styles, the greatest watch values in
the city for $5 at B. Goldman's Pawn
Shop, the "House of Bargains."

Occident Spring
Wheat Flour
6 pound bag 35c
12 li 65c
04 $1.20

The Merchant's Cafe 13 now open
night and day. Never closed. You can
get just what you want to eat. cooked
as you like it, at moderate prices. Fish
and oysters a specialty.
J. R. Dewey. Proprietor.

property. Apply to Rev. Z. A. Crump Crump-ton,
ton, Crump-ton, No. 87 Daugherty St., Ocala.

. j j.


Notice is hereby given that the reg regular
ular regular annual election of city officers
will take place Tuesday night. May
Tth, 1&12. Applications for the differ different
ent different positions wil be filed on or before
the said date with the undersigned.
H. C. Sistrunk, City Clerk.

A complete stereopticon outfit; 110
will et it, but you will have to hurry
to B. Goldman's Pawn Shop, "The Bar Bargain
gain Bargain Store of Ocala."

A complete stereopticon outfit; $10
will get it, but you will have to hurry
to B. Goldman's Pawn Shop. "The Bar Bar-sain
sain Bar-sain Store of Ocala."




When I
I Always
With Billy
The best place in the cily
from 6:00 to 7:30

'V-. :i.-'J-"S J? -...-'7

. r


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

Florida Aotto Sales Co.

North of Government Building


All Old Building
Material Consist Consisting
ing Consisting of Doors,
Frames. Sash,
Blinds and all in inside
side inside Trim Going
Cheap While It


Blood Was Wrong
All women, who suffer from the aches and pains, due
to female ailments, are urged to try Cardui, the reliable,
scientific, tonic remedy, for women. Cardui acts promptly,
yet gently, and without bad effects, on the womanly system,
: relieving pain, building up strength, regulating the system,
and toning up the nerves. During the past half century,
f thousands of ladies have written to tell of the quick curative
results they obtained, from the use of this well-known medicine.


Mrs. Jane Callehan suffered from womanly trouble for
nearly ten years. In a letter from Whiteville, N. C, she
says: "I was not able to do my own housework. My
stomach was weak, and my blood was wrong. I had back backache,
ache, backache, and was very weak. I tried several doctors, but they
did me no good. I used Cardui for 3 or 4 months, and now
I am in the best health I have ever been. I can never praisa
Cardui enough." It is the best tonic, for women.
Whether seriously sick, or simply weak, try Cardui
VtCa to: Lk&t' Adrisory Dept. Chtttaaooga Medicine Co.. Cfctttaaooca. Term,
lor tdallmxtnctiom. tad M-page book. Home Treatment for Women," test ft. J CI

Are at our fingers ends. There is no
make of car with which we are not fa familiar.
miliar. familiar. There is no facility lacking
here that will insure speedier and
better work. Send us your machine
when it needs attention. It will get
just the kind it needs here.

Ocala. Fla,


Ik Chalice
of Courage
Imi tka Story f CerUia PemnWW
Draak It aad Cw:a-d
A Romance of Colorado
Tuthoro"Te RIna and the Man,"
Th. Itiind of ReseneraboD." "Tbe
Better Man." "Hear and the Hish Hish-wy."
wy." Hish-wy." "A the Spark Fly UpwanL"
Elaitrationf by Ellsworth Yojihj
ft A
(Copright, 1011. by W. U. Chapmv
The Draught of Joy.
The great library was the prettiest
room in Robert Maitland's magnificent
mansion in Denver's most favored res residence
idence residence section. It was a long, low low-studded
studded low-studded room with a heavy beamed
ceiling. The low book cases, about
five feet high, ran between all the
windows and doors on all sides of the
room. At one end there was a huge
open fire place built of rough stone,
and as It was winter a cheerful fire
of logs blazed on the hearth. It was
a man's room pre-eminently. The
drawicg-room across the hall was Mrs.
Maitland's domain, but the library re reflected
flected reflected her husband's picturesque if
somewhat erratic taste. On the
walls there were pictures of
the west by Remington, March March-and,
and, March-and, Dunton, Dixon and others,
and to set them off, finely mount mounted
ed mounted heads of bear and deer and buffalo.
Swords and other arms stood here and
there. The writing table was massive
and the chairs easy, comfortable and
Inviting. The floor was strewn with
robes and rugs. From the windows
facing westward, sine the house was
set on a high hill, one could see the
great rampart of the range.
There were three men in the room
on that brilliant morning early in Jan January
uary January something like a month after
these adventures in. the mountains
which have been so veraciously
set forth. Two of them were the
brothers Maltland; the third was New New-bold.
bold. New-bold. The shock produced upon Enid Mait Mait-land
land Mait-land by the death of Armstrong to together
gether together with the tremendous episodes
that had preceded it had utterly pros pros-strated
strated pros-strated her. They had spent the
night at the hut in the mountains and
had decided that the woman must be
taken back to the settlements some
way at all hazards.
The wit of old Kirkby had effected
a solution of the problem, using a
means certainly as old as Napoleon
and the passage of his cannon over
the Great St. Bernard and perhaps as
old as Hannibal! They had made a
rude sled from the trunk of a pine
which they hollowed out and provided
with a back and runners. There was
no lack of fur robes and blankets for
her comfort.
Wherever it was practicable the
three men hitched themselves to the
sled with ropes and dragged it and
Enid over the snow. Of course for
miles down the canon It was impossi impossible
ble impossible to use the sled. When the way
was comparatively easy the woman,
supported by the two men, Newbold
and Maltland, made shift to get along
afoot. When it became too difficult
for her, Newbold picked her up as he
had done before and assisted by Malt Maltland,
land, Maltland, carried her bodily to the next
resting place. At these times Kirkby
looked after tbe sled.
They had managed to reach the tem temporary
porary temporary hut in the old camp the first
night and rested there. They gath gathered
ered gathered up their sleeping bags and tents
and resumed their journey in the
morning. They were strong men, and
save for old Kirkby, young. It was a
desperate endeavor but they carried it
When they hit the open trails the
sledding was easy and they made
great progress. After a week of- ter terrific
rific terrific going, they struck the railroad,
and the next day found them all safe
In Maitland's house in Denver.
To Mr. Stephen Maitland his daugh daughter
ter daughter was as one who had risen from
the dead. And indeed, when he first
saw her, she looked like death Itself.
No one had known how terrible that
journey had been to the woman. Her
three faithful attendants had surmised
something, but in spite of all even
they did not realize that in these last
days she had been sustained only by
the most violent effort of her will. She
had no sooner reached the house,
greeted her father, her aunt and the
children, then she collapsed utterly.
The wonder was, said the physician,
not that she did it then but that she
had not done it before. For a short
time it appeared as if her illness might
be serious, but youth, vigor, a strong
body and a good constitution, a heart
now free from care and apprehension
and a great desire to live and love
and be loved, worked wonders.
Newbold had enjoyed no epportunity
for private conversation with the wo woman
man woman he loved, which was perhaps just
as well. He had the task of readjust readjusting
ing readjusting himself to changed conditions; not
only to a different environment, but to
strange and unusual departures from
his long cherished view points.
He could no longer doubt Arm Armstrong's
strong's Armstrong's final testimony to the purity
of his wife, although he had .burned
the letters unread, and by the same
token he could no longer cherish the
dream that she had loved him and him
alone. Those words that had pre preceded
ceded preceded that pistol shot had made it
possible for him to take Enid Mait Maitland
land Maitland as his wife without doing violence
to his sense of honor or his self-respect.
Armstrong had made that
much reparation. And Newbold could
not doubt that the other had known
what would be the result of his speech
and had chosen his words deliberately;
Ecore that last action to his credit. He
was a sensitive man, however; he
realized the brutal and beast-like part
he and Armstrong had both played be before
fore before this woman they both loved, Low
they had battled like savage animals
and how but for a lucky interposition
he would have added murder to his


other disabilities.

He was bonest enough to say to him himself
self himself that he would have done the same
thing over under the same circum circumstances,
stances, circumstances, but that did not absolve bis
conscience. He did not know how the
woman locked at the transaction or
looked at him, and he had not enjoyed
one moment alone -with her. In all
that Lad transpired since that morn-

ing in the hut. the four had naturally'
and inevitably remained inseparably
TLcy had buried Armstrong in the
snow, Robert Maitland saying over
ira a brief but fervent petition In
which even Newbold
Maitland herself had
joined. Enid
repeated elo
quenily to her uncle and old Kirkby
that night before the fire the story of
her rescue from the flood by this man
tier in t h a cfnrm
uv uiu camea ner in tne storm
to the hut and how he had treated her
since; and Maitland had afterwards
repeated her account to his brother in
Maitland had insisted that Newbold
share his hospitality, but that vounz
man had refused. Kirkby had a little I
place not far from Denver and easily ;
accessible to it, and the old man had
gladly taken the younger one with
him. Newbold had been in a fever of ;
anxiety over Enid Maitland's illness,
but his alarm had soon been dispelled j

by the physician's assurance, and It ween ocala and rielleview clubs, re re-there
there re-there was nothing now left for him!sulted in victory for, the Ocala team,
but to wait until she could see him Sc're- 14 to 9 in favor of Ocala.
He inquired for her morning and even- ; An acidnt 10 lhe engine at Mayo's
: iV, , .... ; saw mill in this place, has caused work
ing at the great house on the hill; ; to stop for a wJk
ho kept her room a bower of beauty The prisnary heid on the 30th was a
with priceless blossoms, but he had hard faught battle for the office of
sent no word. ; County Clerk. P. H. Nugent won by a
Robert Maitland had promised to let majority of 18. He hd a number of
him know, however, so soon as Enid -' 00,1 men working for him. The writer
could see him, and it was In pursuance i considers the countv fortunate in hav-
cf a telephone message that he was in inT tvvo men of such ecellent charac charac-,
, charac-, ; ters as these two candidates were for
the library that morning. coumy clerk
He had not yet become accustomed, L. Legrand Hopkins was nominated
to the world; he had lived SO long for Justice of the Teace of the 21st
alone that he had grown somewhat shy i district by 26 majority, and J. L. Whise Whise-and
and Whise-and retiring; the habits and customs nant was nominated for Constable by 9
of years were not to be lightly thrown majority. Sixty votes were cast.

ncMo in o n-cub r- a mntv, xin v, a
He had
soueht nr intprvipw -wHh TTnirVa father

i e V. I -7" t! -Mr. and .Mrs. Delbert Haskell, with
heretofore; indeed had rather avoided Mr Fletcner, late of California, a
it, but on this morning he had asked -brother of Mrs. Haskell, have made
for it, and when Robert Maitland : many fine improvements in their home,
would have withdrawn he begged him formerly known-as the Wilcox place,
to, remain. i The health of our people never was
'"Mr. Maitland," Newbold began, "Tetter. We have had good rains, crops
v4.. . are lookintr irood, and we have much to
presume that you know my unfortu
. J be thankful for.
nate History. Mr an(J Mrs I?nam stronsr. of Ocala,
"I have heard the general outlines anJ Mri! sidnev Maddox. of St. Peters-

0f it, sir, from my brother and Others,"
answered the Other kindly.
"I need not dwell upon it further
then. Although my hair is tinged with
mm u
"Do You by Any Chance Belong to
the Maryland Newbolds, Sir?"
gray and doubtless I look much older.
I was only twenty-eight on my last
birthday. I was not born in this sec section
tion section of the country, my home was in
"Do you by any chance belong to the
Maryland Newbolds, sir?"
"Yes, they are distantlj related to
a most excellent family of the same
name in Philadelphia, I believe."
"I have always understood that to
be the truth."
"Ah, a very satisfactory connection
indeed." said Stenhfm ATaifland witn

,. ,.! K m;
i i. i

no little satisfaction. "Proceed, sir.";a',vay

There is nothing much else to say
about myself, except that. I love your
daughter and with vour permission I
want her fcr my wiie
Mr. Maitland had thought long and
seriously over the state of affairs. He
had proposed in his desperation to
give her hand to Armstrong if he
found her. It had been impossible to
keep secret the story of her adven-
ture, her rescue and the death of Arm-
Strong. It tv.ts natural and iriPviraWo
that gossip should have busied itself
with her name. It would therefore
have been somewhat difficult for Mr.
Maitland to have withheld his consent
to her marriage to a-most any repu reputable
table reputable man who had been thrown so in intimately
timately intimately with her, but when the man
was so ucexcei'tionably born and bred
as Newbold, what had appeared as a
more or less disagreeable duty, almost
an imperative imposition, became a
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Belleview, May, 2. As the time for
the closing of our school draws near,
begin to realize how ranch we shall
miss Professor Riekards and family
from our midst. They have endeared
themselve? to our community by their
many kind act-?. The Professor and his
daughter. Miss Callie. have proved
themselves very efficient teaohers. do-
ins all they could to learn their schol scholars
ars scholars and teach them to become good
men and women, and to look to the bet-
! been rJdv and willing-" to aid with
I fvt. v,;.--, mi.i .wihim ohiirnh
j work and the social entertainments of
ithe town. This has been done freely
an,J without hope of reward. It is a
serious loss to a town to lose people of
their character and standing:. We hope
-they will return in the fall,
There will be a temperance meeting
in rh T V. Phnrr-h Fri.lav Tx- 3 at
; 7-0 v. m. Subject for the meeting,
I -Heroism. Past, Present and Future."
An invitation is extended to all to be
present and take part or listen to the
interetins? speaking an reading on the
Three Million League.
Sands Haviland and wife on the 30th,
left for their home at Marlboro, X. Y.
They are annmg our most esteemed
winter residents. It is hoped they will
return early in the fall.
A game of baseball on the 27th be-
i -. levies nas sola nis mules to
Karl Davenport.
burg. Fla.. were in town Saturday and
Sunday visiting relatives and friends.
Mr. .loim Adams, of shady, visited
vih-view Sunday.
; Mr. and Mrs. .1. A. Freeman, on the
Sabbath, visited friends near their
; former home at Lake Weir.
j There was a meeting of the Masonic
; Lodge the night of the 27th. Brother
Henry Shaw, of Pedro, who has been
quite sick was present. We were much
i pleased to greet him. He reports the
cases of serious illness in his neighbor-
; hood as about over, and no danger to
the other residents.
Miss Bessie Haskell, of near Boston,
Mass., a niece of Mr. C. A. Turner, and
; who lias spent some two months in
Belleview, left for her home the morn-
, iny of May 1st. She is to join the
! Havilands ir, Jacksonville.
Mr. Bob McPherson of St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, spent a few days in town visiting
liis friends. J. D. Lybs and Walter
i Bats have been destroying chickens
for Mrs. J. J. Nelson, and poison pre-
sumably given to rats, has killed sev several
eral several cats in the neighborhood.
Penny wise and pound foolish keeps
many a merchant poor.
i The Mayo sawmill. Manager Wm. H.
i Millsom, is soon to be moved to Sulphur
! Springs, six miles from Belleview.
Mr. O. S. Shade of Jacksonville, was
in town on the 30th. -We are informed
; that Mrs. Shade has 26 boarder. They
j intend returning to Belleview in the
, future.
! Now that the primary is over our
! streets will not be flooded with polit polit-!
! polit-! leal circulars, pictures, cards, etc., and
' there will not be so many glad hand-
shakes by the candidates.
Made Strong Kidney Ilia
All over Ocala you hear it. Doan's
' Kidney Tills are keeping up the good
: work, curing weak kidneys,
backache, correcting urinary
!tell, ofPbad backs made sound
ja:rain. You can believe the testimony
'of your own townspeople. They tell it
for the benefit of you who are suffer
ing-. If your back aches, if you feel
lame, sore and miserable, if the kid kidneys
neys kidneys act too frequently, or passages
are painful, scanty and off color, use
Doan's Kidney Tills, the remedy that
has helped so many of your friends and
neighbors. Follow this Ocala citizen's
i advice and give Doan's a chance to do
'the same for you.
.Sterling Hooper, barber. Orange
Ave., OeaJa, Fla., says: "I have no hes hesitation
itation hesitation in recommending' Doan's Kid Kidney
ney Kidney rills. Off and on I have taken
this remedy for backache and other
trouble?, caused by weak kidneys and
I have been greatly benefited. I got
Doan's Kidney PJlls from Tydings &
Co'.-, drugstore and I do not hesitate
one minutes in recommending them."
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cents. Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo.
N"p- York, sole agents for the United
n-member the name Doan's and
take no other. 3.
We-rs dale. May 2. Mr. and Mrs. T. -T.
-,.rry and family left Friday for thdr
:e'.v home in New Hampshire. We
vi-re all sorry to see them leave.
n Wednesday afternoon a number of
.!;--: Elizabeth Torry and Miss Jessie
"ameron's s--hooi-mxtes and friends
:,it':r-! at the Stanton dock to bid
hm -O'l-l by. Patincr and bathing
vere '-njoy-1 after which supper was
;,r,-,i-l. T : v all returned home by
i--nI:ht. after havinsr spnt a most
'.-as int evening.
Mr. 't-nnell. accompanied by Miss
.T .-
. a ti
Monday for Cana-
While aS-nt. M'k- Jessie
her grandmother. Ilr len
s to
h of
ay i indefinite.
Mr Fr-d P'ack returned Tuesday
m Iliiren. whtre he has be-n reliev-
the A. C. 1 a.'f-nt.
Mr. W. S. Allsop left Wednesday for
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