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Offlrla! Iteoort f the Proceedings at
(be May Meeting of
Ocala, Fla., May 7, 1912.
The board of county commissioners
for Marion county, Florida, met in
regular session. Present: Hon. C.
Carmichael, S. W. Petteway, M. M.
Proctor and W. T. Henderson, com commissioners.
missioners. commissioners. On motion of Commissioner Proc Proctor
tor Proctor Commissioner Carmichael was
called to the chair.
The reading of the minutes of the
last mooting of the hoard was de deferred
ferred deferred until another hour on account
of so many citizens being before the
board, and on account of the tempor temporary
ary temporary absence of two members of the
Hon. X. A. Fort appeared and pre presented
sented presented petition by ('. H. Rogers et al
as follows: We, the undersigned pe petitioners,
titioners, petitioners, freeholders, respectfully ask
you to grant us a public road as fol follows:
lows: follows: Beginning at the junction of
the Lynne and Lake Bryant public
road, with the Electra and Salt
Springs public road, in section 23, tp
15, s, r 24, e, thence running east
through sec 24-15-24, and sections 19,
20 and 28, tp 15, s, r 25, e, intersecting
with the Moss Bluff and Juniper road
in sec 24, tp 15, s, r 25, thence run running
ning running northeast along said road, inter intersecting
secting intersecting with the Patt's Island and As As-tor
tor As-tor public road at a point near Wild Wildcat
cat Wildcat Lake. We guarantee free right
of way over all lond, through which
the road will pass, also that the above
is the only air line route from Ocala j
Read and on motion X. A. Fort, J.
R. Rogers and J. A. Reynolds were
appointed commissioners to view,
mark and lay out the most practical
route, and report as early as posible.
Commissioner Petteway reported
on petition by S. W. Sparkman et al,
read at the April meeting, recom
mending that petition be received,
which was re-read, and on motion of
Commissioner Petteway Hon. Henry
Long, Dr. S, H. Blitch and M. P.
Frink were appointed commissioners
to view, mark and lay out the most
practical route, and report as early
Mr. S. H. Gaitskill appeared in be behalf
half behalf of J. I. Harvard and asked the
recommendation of the board to tax
collector to allow Mr. Harvard to pay
taxes on a valuation of $?00, and re report
port report excess as error. Matter was re referred
ferred referred to Commissoiner Crosby for in investigation.
vestigation. investigation. Mr. D. Fant appeared in person,
and stated to the board that he was
fully satisfied with the Fairfield and
Williston road as opened through his
pasture, and stated that he would not
ask or expect a tunnel under this
Fairfield and Williston road when it
divided his fields.
Mr. C. M. Mathews appeared and
filed cost of opening road through Mr.
Fant's pasture, showing expenditure
therefor of $218.22, which was read
and accepted by the board and Mr.
J. C. Mathews, he being present in
Mr. J. S. Weathers appeared rela
tive to a petition ,by D. A. Walker et
al, to re-establish the road known as
the James Cribbett road, asking that
a commission be appointed to go
over, view, mark and make report as
to the most practical route for this
Notary public bond by J. M. Xeely,
with A. D. Mitchell and J. W. Davis
as sureties, read and approved.
Mr. D. A. Walker appeared realtive
to the petition by himself and others
for the re-establishment of the road
known as the James Cribbett road
from York to Martel, which at a pri prior
or prior meeting had been referred to Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Petteway.
On motion of Commissioner Hen Henderson
derson Henderson it was ordered that a commit committee
tee committee of three composed of Commission Commissioners
ers Commissioners Crosby, Carmichael and Petteway,
go over and view the route proposed
and make report. Committee is in instructed
structed instructed to notify Mr. Walker the
daythey will -go over the road.
On motion board adjourned for din din-ner,
ner, din-ner, to meet again at 1:30 p. m.
The board met pursuant to adjourn adjournment,
ment, adjournment, with add members present.
Chairman Crosby having arrived.
A petition largely signed by W. C.
Bogue et al, as follows: We, the un undersigned
dersigned undersigned freeholders of Marion coun county,
ty, county, state of Florida, do petition the
honorable board of county commis commissioners
sioners commissioners to change the present course
of the road known as the Graham Graham-ville
ville Graham-ville and Daisy road, from where it
leaves the corner of sections 22, 23,
2G and 27, in tp 14, r 23, to follow the
section line due north from this point
to the center of section 2, tp 14, r 23.
thence east to Daisy, to connect with
the Daisy and Fort McCoy road.
Read, and on motion of Commis Commissioner
sioner Commissioner Proctor, was referred to Com Commissioners
missioners Commissioners Carmichael and Crosby for
investigation and report.
Petition by J. C. Howell et al as
follows: We the undersigned citizens
and freeholders living in the vicinity
of the following described road, do
hereby petition your honorable body
to establish a public road to be known
as the extension of the West Anthony
to intersect with the Sparr and Low Lowell
ell Lowell public road at the point in the
center of sec 29, tp 13, s, r 22.
Read and on motion of Comission Comission-er
er Comission-er Proctor wa3 referred to Commis Commissioner
sioner Commissioner Crosby for investigation and
On motion of Commissioner Proc Proctor
tor Proctor it was ordered that the chairman
go to Fort McCoy on Thursday, May
16, to go over the road from Daisy
to Fort McCoy with parties proposing
to bid on doing the work of opening
the road under contract, so as to
agree on work to be done.
Report by J. W. Stevens. J. H. La La-Rue
Rue La-Rue and S. Taylor, rum miss ioners
under petition lor road from Daisy to
Fori McCoy, having been accepted
and duly advertised, and no objection
having been filed against said road
and 'report, it was ordered that road
Petition by B. C. Murphy, Geo. Luff Luff-man
man Luff-man and Albeit Luffman as follows:
We the undersigned qualified electors
of election districts No. 1, 17 and 29,
respectfully petition your honorable
body not to grant a new precinct with
voting place at Oak, Fla., and ask
that our names be stricken from pe petition
tition petition asking for precinct at Oak.
Read and filed with other papers.
Petition by V. T. Rogers, S. L. Hel Helton,
ton, Helton, G. W. Helton, R. R. Carpenter, J.
E. Gates and C. Huxford, as follows:
We the undersigned registered vot voters,
ers, voters, respectfully ask that our names
be placed on the petition asking for
a voting precinct to be established at
Read and filed with other papers.
Bond for license to carry pistol by
James Lightsey, with Andrew McDon McDonald
ald McDonald as surety, read and. on motion was
Bonds for pistol license by V. P.
Deas, C. R. Waterman, A. J. Leh Leh-mann,
mann, Leh-mann, H. R. Shaw, R. M. Pierce and
W. H. Folks read and approved.
Notary public bond by R. M. Beall.
with P. J. Theus and C. A. Fort sure sureties,
ties, sureties, read and approved.
Mr. G. S. Scott appeared and asked
that the Temple Theater property be
exempt from tax assessment, and pre presented
sented presented arguments therefor. Matter
was taken under advisement.
Mr. S. H. Gaitskill appeared and
complained of the condition of the
Arredondo grant line road, and partic particularly
ularly particularly of a bridge near Dunngaum sta station
tion station on the G. & G. railroad. Matter
was referred to Commissioner Crosby
On motion of Commissioner Proctor
it was ordered that the petitioners for
and against the creation of a voting
precinct at Oak be referred to the
chairman, and appoint a day and
check over the petition with one par party
ty party from each petition, and make re report
port report at next meeting of board.
Mr. Chalker appeared and com complained
plained complained of the absence of screens to
the residence portion of the new
county jail. On motion Mr. Chalker
was instructed to have the residence
portion of the jail supplied with suit suitable
able suitable screens.
Mr. P. H. Nugent appeared and
complained of obstructions placed in
Condler and North Lake Weir public
road. On motion of Commissioner
Petteway matter wasx referred to
Commissioner Proctor with power to
Mr. Henry Gordon, foreman of coun county
ty county hard road 'crew, filed report as fol follows:
lows: follows: Will say that I made one mile
of road and scraped one mile. There
seems no way except to have a con convict
vict convict dog. I have lost four men dur during
ing during this month, and woudl like to
know just what you gentlemen say in
regard to this matter.
Letter by Mrs. A. L. Smith of Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville objecting to the opening up
of a public landing between lands of
hers and Mr. Sampson's, and of the
establishment of a public road
through her lands. Read and filed.
On motion of Commissioner Carmi Carmichael
chael Carmichael it was ordered that as no objec objection
tion objection has been filed that Harry Peter
be granted permit to sell liquors,
wines and beer in election district
No. 1 of Marion county, as by statute
in such case is made and provided.
Mr. S. H. Gaitskill filed affidavit
relative to the value of lands in as assessment
sessment assessment against J. P. Harvard in
sec 17-12-21, and on motion of Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Henderson matter was re referred
ferred referred to Commissioner Crosby for
investigation and report.
On motion of Commissioner Proc Proctor
tor Proctor it was ordered that two road bills
by H. H. Perkins be held over until
next regular meeting of this board
The Ocala Star filed report of li licenses
censes licenses issued for Marion county,
Florida, which was read and approv approved.
ed. approved. Commissioner Crosby made report
of contract with Mr. Mobley to repair
and put in- shape about 100 yards of
public road, Fairfield to Ocala, to be
completed for $100. On motion of
Commissioner Carmichael warrant
was ordered drawn in favor of Mr.
Mobley on account of the work for
Complaint being- made of the court
house clock not being In shape, mat matter
ter matter was referred to Commissioner Car Car-machael
machael Car-machael with power to act.
On motion of Commissioner Proctor,
Commissioner Carmichael was appoint-
The Munroe Sz Chambliss
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to the advantages of Banking
Deposits may be sent safely
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money order, express money
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We solicit small accouuts
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MUNROE & CHAMBLISS
l ul ted State Pontal Sarins Bank
ed a committee of one to take up the
matter of having new dials for court
house clock with the city council for
Ocala. giVins him power to act.
Mr. Isaiah J. Fort appeared relative
the condition of Mr. J. H. Harvey, ask asking
ing asking assistance for Mr. Harvey. It was
ordered that Mr. I. J. Fort be allowed
$5 for taking care of Mr. Harvey.
Minutes of last meeting of the board
read and approved.
Mr. J. W. Gardner filed report of ex expenses
penses expenses of county poor farm for April.
1912, as follows: J. W. Gardner, sal salary,
ary, salary, $37.50; C. H. Shaw & Co., supplies.
JS.'.r.; J. J. Guthrie. 47.32: V. B. Keller
fc Co., coffin, $6..".0: H. II. Masters Co..
supplies. $.'5.r.0; J. W. Gates, $1.43;
Court Pharmacy, 75c; total. $ 106.57.
Which was read and filed.
A petition largely signed by J. H.
Mathews et al as follows: We the in in-dersigned
dersigned in-dersigned taxpayers of Marion county
petition your honorable body to build
a dock from the end of public road into
the waters of Iake Weir between land
of Mrs. Rubie C. Connor and Miss An Annie
nie Annie Davis on north shore of Lake Weir,
for the use of the general public. Read
and laid over until next regular meet meeting
ing meeting of the board.
The following justices filed reports,
showing no business during April.
1012: H. W. Douglass. justice of the
peace district No. 7; A. O. Harper, .1. P.
district No. 1 :! : Alexander Wynne. .1. P.
district No. 10; R. C. Curry, J. P. dis district
trict district No. 20: D. R. Zetrouer.
Following justices filed reports
showing tines and costs imposed in
Marion county during April, 1912, as
follows: Joseph Bell, county judge,
fines, 415; costs. $79.60; L. A. McClar McClar-an,
an, McClar-an, justice of the peace district No. 2,
fines, $25; costs. $13.20; R. C. Douglass,
J. P. district No. fines $23: costs.
$18.32; J. O. Turnipseed, J. P. district
No. 22, fines, $100: costs, $13.36; 1. Le Le-grand
grand Le-grand Hopkins, J. P. district No. 21.
fines, $5. Which was read and filed.
On motion board adjourned until
7:30 a. m. Wednesday.
Wednesday, May 8, 7:30 a. m.
On motion of Commissioner Pette Petteway,
way, Petteway, the board went to Dunnellon road
and Henry Gordon road camp to view
road work being done and to inspect
On motion of Commissioner Carmi Carmichael
chael Carmichael it was ordered that the clerk
notify the A. C. L. Railway Co. to re repair
pair repair crossing of Kendrick hard road
at crossing north of Ocala and at
Lowell, also crossing of Orange avenue
south of Ocala at once, as all of these
crossings are in bad shape and need
On motion of Commissioner Carmi Carmichael
chael Carmichael it was ordered that the clerk
notify the railroad company to put
lime kiln spur crossing of Ocala and
Belleview hard road in proper shape at
once as this crossing is now dangerous
to teams and automobiles.
Letter of F. G. Sampson relative to
road and dock in Orange Lake from
Boardman read and on motion of Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Proctor was referred to Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Crosby.
On motion the clerk was instructed
to write Mr. Hollinrake, superintend superintendent
ent superintendent of the Ocala Northern Railroad Co.,
to put crossings of that road over pub public
lic public road between Orange Springs and
Fort McCoy and also public road cross crossing
ing crossing at Silver Springs in proper condi condition
tion condition at once.
Communication by D. W. Davis, G.
S. Scott and Muncaster & Bell, agents,
relative fire insurance on court house
building read and on motion of Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Petteway it was ordered
that $35,000 insurance be placed on
court house building and $5,000 on
furniture and fixtures and that this in insurance
surance insurance be divided equally between the
five insurance agencies in Ocala.
Commissioner S. W. Petteway pre presented
sented presented his poor farm report as follows:
To the Honorable Board of County
Commissioners, Marion County, Flor Florida:
ida: Florida: Gentlemen: I beg herewith to
hand you my report on county infirm infirmary.
ary. infirmary. I visited this institution Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday morning and found everything in
excellent condition. Mr. Gardner, the
superintendent, is wide awake to his
duties. I talked to all the inmates rel relative
ative relative to their care and treatment and
they report favorably. I find the ex expenditures
penditures expenditures of the institution for tne
month of April to be $160.37, including
superintendent's salary. I find four
colored and two white inmates.
S. W. Petteway.
Commissioner in Charge.
Which was read and filed.
Letter by J. R. Slattery. captain
corps of engineers war department U.
S. engineer office. Jacksonville, read
and clerk was instructed to answer
this letter and state that it is the in
:his board to
have a man
stay at the Moss Bluff bridge.
H. McQuaig. inspector marks and
brands district No. 13 filed rrport for
April, which was read and filed.
Letter by Marion Lime Co.. W. E.
Graham, manager, read and filed.
Sheriff John P. Galloway filed report
of fines and costs imposed in Marl in
county during April, 1&12. chargeable
to sheriff, showing fines $640, and costs
$114.12. which was read and filed.
County Treasurer Jno. M. Graham
filed report of receipts and disburse disbursements
ments disbursements for April, 1912, showing:'
School Funds: Receipts, $6664.03; dis disbursements.
bursements. disbursements. $6940.74: balance, $23.29.
Road Funds: Receipts, $6902.57; dis
bursements. $6789.45: balance, $113.12.
County Proper Fund: receipts. $2, $2,-446.23:
446.23: $2,-446.23: disbursements, $2344.21; balance,
Fine and Forfeiture Fund: receipts,
$2450.63: disbursements, $1337.01; bal balance.
ance. balance. $1113.62.
Building Fund: Receipts. $2958.70;
isbursements, $2904.92; balance, $53.78.
Total balances, $1405.83. Which was
read and filed.
Road petition by John Payne ,t al
was mailed to clerk but no report of
commissioners was received and clerk
was instructed to return papers to
commissioners for report.
Tax Collector Colbert filed report of
licenses issued during April. 1912,
showing collections for state $94.50 and
and for county. $49.75.
C. K. Connor appeared and asked the
recommendation of the board to the
comptroller for the cancellation of tur turpentine
pentine turpentine and timber tax sale certifi certificates
cates certificates Nos. 44 and 48, sale of August 3,
1908, assessed to Rogers THler Miller
Co.. on turpentine land in tp 16 s r 24 e,
account of double assessment. On mo motion
tion motion of Commissioner Proctor recom recommendation
mendation recommendation was granted.
W. W. Condon appeared relative tax
assessment on two lots in lot 8 Cald Caldwell's
well's Caldwell's add to Ocala, claiming excessive
valuation and asking reduction. Mat Matter
ter Matter was referred to chairman to confer
with county attorneys and report.
Tax Assessor Ayer filed report on
tax assessment to Yenable Si Cone for
1911. which was read and referred to
chairman for investigation and report.
Petition by M. :. Robinson et al as
follows: Commencing at "the intersec intersection
tion intersection of the Martel hard road with the
west line of sec 13 tp 13 s r 21 e thence
running due south on the section line
between sections 13 and 14 and sections
13 and 24. a total distance of 1 3-8 miles
to the intersection of the Dunnellon
and Shady Grove hard road and on mo motion
tion motion was referred to Commissioner
Carmichael for investigation and re report.
port. report. Board adjourned at noon for. dinner,
to meet again at 1:30 p. m.
Board met pursuant to adjournment,
all members present.
Marks and brand inspector for dis district
trict district No. 21 filed report, which was
read and filed.
Mark and brand inspector for district
No. 22 filed report for April, 1912, which
was read and filed.
Tax Collector Colbert filed report of
poll taxes collected during March, 1912,
showing collections for 1052 regulars
and 703 extras, which was read and
Coroner's report by A. O. Hacper,
coronttr, over body of Wheeler Avery,
read and filed.
On motion of Commissioner Carmi Carmichael
chael Carmichael it was ordered that the clerk ad advertise
vertise advertise for bids for one or more four four-yard
yard four-yard dump cars and one traction gaso gasoline
line gasoline engine, specifications to be fur furnished
nished furnished by Commissioner Carmichael.
All bills approved and audited were
The road bills paid amounted to
$3676.81. distributed as follows: Com Commissioner's
missioner's Commissioner's district No. 1, 50c; commis commissioner's
sioner's commissioner's district No. 2, $90.75; commis commissioner's
sioner's commissioner's district No. 3, $78.65; commis commissioner's
sioner's commissioner's district No. 4, $366.07; commis commissioner's
sioner's commissioner's district No. 5, $320.89; sawdust
pond extension district 2, $95.86; L L
Priest and crew, district No. 1. $609.71;
K. K. Perkins and crew, district No. 1,
$170.05; Henry Gordon and crew, dis district
trict district No. 2. $1651.15; interest to bank,
$157.19; treasurer's commission, $135.99.
No further business coming before
the board on motion it adjourned until
its next regular meeting unless sooner
convened by chairman.
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that the Tribune has treated him with
The Impression that Mr. Toomer is the utmost consideration In more ways
the candidate of the turpentine men of than one. The views of some or his
.,. to ahmafl. and is muph I snnnortprs In regard to the iriDune
HID o ki w w F i v jf r
strengthened by various members of are not shared by the candidate nim
.that calling, who are quite active and self. Tampa Tribune
emohatic in their opposition to If the Tribune says it is not ven
L'Enele. lomous against Mr. L'Engle, the Star Is
Mr. L'Engle states that he has a let- glad to hear it ana will take tne in
ter. dictated by Mr. Toomer. one of a bune's word for It. We respectfully
number to be sent to turpentine op-1 submit, tho, that the .tribune nas no-
erators, asking them for donations to body but itself to blame for the mis
helo in the campaign? and saying. "I take. A few days ago, we poked some
am really making the fight for this fun at the Tribune for advising Gib
industry." Mr. Toomer denied signing bons to withdraw from the governor
this letter or sending it out and charg-lship race but not giving the same ad-
ed Mr. L'Engle witn robbing his waste- vice to Toomer. In replying to this,
basket to obtain it. But he did not! the Tribune said:
deny dictating it, and if he believed "Mr. L'Engle in Congress would be a
that any man of Intelligence for a Joke. He has a great many good dem
minute believes that Mr. L'Engle rob- ocrats in Florida fooled, but they
bed his wastebasket. he does not I would soon get over their hallucination
possess that degree of Intelligence that should Claude succeed in going to
Florldians have a right to expect in a Washington
man who wants to represent them in Now, the Star has known Claude
Congress. I L'Engle, personally and professionally
Mr. Toomer would have won more I for a number of years, and supports
respeet by coming out and saying that! him because it believes he is the peer
lie had Intended to mail the letter, but I in ability and integrity f any man in
changed his mind, and that it was his the state, so when a paper as well in
right to do so. People would have be-1 formed as the Tribune makes such a
lieved him, and given him far more I statement as the foregoing, coupled
credit for his frankness than they do I with a number of other sneering re-
for his silly evasion. I marks it made about L'Engle during
Wastebasket or no wastebasket, cer- the campaign, the Star submits that it
tain it is that letters are being sent out! has a right to infer that the Tribune i
and attempts being made by some big I prejudiced. Considerable latitude must
men in the naval stores business to line be given to political discussion, but if
the rank and file up for Toomer. The the Tribune has transgressed the cour cour-Star
Star cour-Star knows this is being done, because tesy we think is due a democratic can can-it
it can-it has seen one of the letters, and been didate toward any but L'Engle and
Informed by reliable parties of others. I Wilson, it has escaped our notice.
Some of the best friends the Star has
are in the naval stores business, so we The mystery of the Beulah Binford
are going to take the liberty of asking telegram we received the other day is
them to study over the matter calmly explained. The fair and frail Beulah
and dispassionately and mane sure they nas organized a theatrical company!
are not undemocratic and unwise in which will tour the conntrv. and we
working for Mr. Toomer as their spe- understand that Ocala is on the route.
cial representative. Undemocratic be- Tne company will present a play, which
cause it is directly opposite to the Miss Binford wrote while in prison in
spirit and principle of democracy to Richmond last summer, under suspicion
WILL HE OFF THE
l'llf 1Y 31 IPLV EARLY
SPt E IN IT l'A(jK"
ther .-tute. toast do its own
St. Petersburg 100.000 book book-results
results book-results by advertising their
The coming few days before the form.- ar c;-vd. will irive business
enterprises, not already represented a nance ; r.iu-. in the best ad
vertisement ever given Ocala and Marion -m: y.
Every wide-awake city in Florida, or any
advertising. Orlando is issuing 2...0&0 booklet. booklet.-lets,
lets, booklet.-lets, and many other Florida cities are gaining
advantages and resources.
If Ocala and Marion county would wake up, and speak loud enough so
some of these people outside of the state could hear them, they would not
only get Ocala and Marion county's share of the inrush of tourists that in invade
vade invade Florida every year, but they would and could make any inland city or
county in the state s-it up and take notice. Every day, week, month or year
you delay, makes the task more difficult and expensive, and gives the
cities who are alert to progressive- advertising a TIME ADVANTAGE.
"LETS START TODAY." If you have not already started.
CROMWELL GIBBONS TURNED
DOWN BY THE COURT
ANOTHER FIERCE ATTACK
On Milton and Trammell, In Favor of
GihbonM, by Frank Walpole.
Martel. May 14. A very creditable
concert was given at the Methodist
i church last Tuesday evening by the
(Times-Union, 14.) jTransient Male Quartet with a view of
'organizing a class in vocal music, but
Frank Walpole, editor uf the Mana-jas a sufficient enrollment could not be
tee Record and chairman of the Mana- soured it was given up for the pres pres-tee
tee pres-tee county Democratic executive com- J ent
mittee, who recently gave out a sen- j Mi5S., Mau1 MeAteer and niece, who
national interview, wnic-n naa n nav,. i,,..,R visiting Mrs. Dillard for a
lays, returned to their home to-
Tallahassee. Fla., May 15. The su supreme
preme supreme court yesterday refused to grant
the request of Col. Cromwell Gibbons
of Jacksonville that a writ of man mandamus
damus mandamus Issue against the state demo democratic
cratic democratic executive committee to compel
that body to place his name on the
ticket to be voted in the second pri primary,
mary, primary, May 2S. as a candidate for gov governor.
ernor. governor. The decision of the court was that
under the law he had not made out a
case entitling him to have his name
placed on the ticket. The court was
unanimous in the decision.
COMMITTEES OF THE
LAKE WEIR YACHT CLUB
initial publication in the Times-Union ft.w.
May 11. makes the following caustic
reply, which lie telegrah j.ed to this
paper la.-t night, to the statement is issued
sued issued by Park Trammell and others, in
reference to the conference and al alleged
leged alleged "deal" put through in the race
for gubernatorial honrs:
"Statements of Trammell, Milton et
al, were not more than expected. Ad Admission
mission Admission is made to all essential points.
Denial only cover trade and deal
made. If there was no deal, why was
it necessary to hold secret caucuses
for thirty-six hours in ortler for Mil Milton
ton Milton to find out that Trammell was of
the same political faith? lie did not
claim this in the first primary. Neith Neither
er Neither Milton or Trammell can or will de deny
ny deny that they were in secret caucus in
Hayes Lewis' room at 12 o'clock Wed-
elect the representative of any special of being an accomplice of her para- I nfesua 11 B"1 4 u, "d d , T
int0r00t n nfflna iTnurl h.ncn n I Tr .. -. ... time i charged the deal and told Mr.
j Milton that I would tell the people of
Florida just what was going on, and
at the re-juest of Mr. Trammell I held
up the exposure for twenty-four hours;
neither will Mr. Milton deny that 1
interest to oftlce. unwise, because m mour. Henry Clay Beattie, who was
doing so they will awaken resentment later electrocuted for the murder of his
and crystallize opposition to them and wjfe. Chicago theater magnates are
and their policies and in the long run sending telegrams all over the coun-
be worse off than they are now. try trying to head off the company and
If they want a special representative, the play. We do not suppose the play
is Mr. Toomer the test man for the of- wjr De presented here, and we are
flee? Says Mr. L'Engle: tolerably sure it will receive a frost if
"Another small group of the people it does. We do not think any respect respect-of
of respect-of Florida know the name W. M. Toom- ahie' woman will go to see a perform performer
er performer as one with which to specify a man anc.e, in which the Binford girl is a
who. as president of the defunct Naval star. it s probable that her play is
Stores Export Company of Jackson- more tedious than immoral, and no one
ville. in full management of the liqul- should hinder her attempt to make an
dation of the business, dissipated ?60,- honest living, but the place for her to
000 in cash and twice as much more in i0 so ls not before the footlights, try try-valuable
valuable try-valuable property that was turned over jng to turn the reputation gained by
to him to save for the stockholders, her connection with a hideous crime
and which by his bad management was into money. Any unfortunate in the1
lost, and the stockholders, composed red-light district would be as honest
almost entirely of naval stores opera- aT1i far more worthy of sympathy. As
tors scattered in the woods throughout aforesaid, the Star is not in the barring
Florida never saw one cent of. There business, but it can advise its readers
was a distribution of about thirty per to stay away from Beulah Binford's
cent to the stockholders before W. X. performance, and that is the best way
Toomer took charge, but there was to kill a bad play or retire a disreputa
never a distribution after he took I hie actor.
In the heat of politics, men often
make false charges, but we all know
Claude, and we know he isn't fool
The Star received yesterday after
noon a pleasant visit from Mr. J. T. G.
Cm wf riril the hrilliunt vrmnf TncUann-
enough to make a serious charge un- L1Ile attorney, who conducted Mr. W. II.
less he has strong proof. One of "the
boys In the woods," that Is, one of the
naval stores operators who has not
such an easy time to make both ends
meet, informs the Star that he has per personal
sonal personal reasons to believe the foregoing
charge is not altogether based on per personal
sonal personal prejudice. Mr. Toomer is not
Milton's campaign during the recent
primary. Mr. Crawford made his first
visit to Ocala nineteen years ago.
when a mere boy, and has been drop
ping In to see the town once in a while
ever since, finding great growth and
improvement every time. Mr. Crawford
ia fi ( ri t i 1 :i t c f r r the rinitinn nf na-
maklner a verv Brood show at 1 isnrovin sr I.. ..
... . "Itional committeeman. He is a
gressive tho he has never been swirt
enough to change from one candidate
tr annthor htwin Siinitavs ATr Pra w
L'Engle's public career as an editor I - r , . .
has been a steady fight against special .. .. ,
.. fore the circuit court and returned to
L'Engle's charges. He says they are
untrue, but denial is one thing and
disproval is another.
interests. If he is elected he will rep
resent us all. Isn't it better for all of
us to be so represented?
facksonville this morninj
PREACHERS AND POLITICS
begged him not to become a party to
such a deal. If he wanted to come out
of the race, to do so, but not to enter
into any -deal or trade of his friends.
I am more firmly convinced than ever
that there was a deal; am told Mr.
Milton will be paid back the money
spent in the first primary, said to have
been between eighteen and twenty
thousand dollars, and that the line lineup
up lineup for future political preferments
will be as outlined in the interview
published in the Times-Union Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. I do not believe the second high
man has a right to enter into deals and
combinations and thusly deprive other
candidates from continuing the race.
The primary laws says the nominee
must Teceive a majority vote, hence I
feel that Cromwell Gibbons' name
should be placed on the ballot and
trust that the Supreme Court will so
decide, in order that the people of
Florida may have the opportunity
condemning such methods.
"Frank A. Walpole.
1912 model Maxwell runabout equip equipped
ped equipped with speedometer, electric horn,
etc. Been run less than four hundred
miles. In perfect condition. Will sell
for part cash and balance on easy
terms. If interested address box 40 4,
Ocala, Fla. 5-14
"THE MERCHANT'S DREAM"
At the request of one of the min
isters of the city, we print elsewhere
The following from the Tampa
Timoa 1 i rM Vkl! .all Ail hv o nii.i i 1 vonnn.. I
an article from the Tampa Times as to "
. .. . .... of an Ocala minister:
whether preachers have a right to go
in politics or not. We think preachers
have as much right in politics as other
men, as long as they go in it as citi
zens and not as preachers. We do not
think they have any right to denounce
There is an intense prejudice against
preachers going into politics, of their
preaching political sermons or even
discussing political questions either in
or out of the pulpit.
thia lino- lnf? Tc it tvoll
or uphold candidates or policies from ... ,
.1.-1- u.ii, founded? Have not preachers of the
their pulpits, altho we think it is their
privilege, often their duty, to do so,
outside of their churches.
gospel the rights of citizenship with
all that these rights carry with them
just the same as other men? Because
they are concerned more deeply with
Messrs. ivyie and Young deserved spiritual affairs than with worldlv
wen 01 meir country in inducing Mr. matters, more with things that relate
Edmonds and party of Baltimore to to the soul than with those that ner-
vlsit this section. We have plenty of tain to the body, is it right to exclude
good things to show people, but few of them from all participation In matters
them come here unless we go after Qf civil government?
iin-iii. i.c ....xiiuiaiu. a we ininK not. l'reachers are. as a
unaouDieaiy me greatest inausiriai pa- ciass. more intelligent and better ed-
pei in. me tuumi,, la.uiduic men- ucated and better ritted mentally to
tion by it of Ocala and vicinity will do be leaders in thought and action than
this section an untold amount of good, the members of almost any other call
ing or profession. They are natural-
If, instead of trying to keep the hy, because thev seek the well-being of
Mississippi running between levees and their fellow men. more deeplv and
higher than housetops for the last directly concerned in the right deter-
thousand miles of its course, the gov- mination of moral nuestions than are
ernment would follow the example of the mass of our citizenship.
England in r.gypt, and Duiid storage As government in the enforcement
dams far up the great river and its of the criminal laws has directlv to do
tributaries, these annual floods could with moral questions, so should
not only be prevented but turned into preachers be directly concerned in the
a benefit. choosing of proper men into whose
hands to commit the carrying out of
You can sometimes persuade a man tnose laws
into believing he is making a fool of u hue the minister has a peculiar
himself about other things, but no man duty to his God and his congregation
can persuade him he is making a fool its proper discharge is not incompati-
of himself about a woman. It takes the Die with, nor does it exempt him from
woman herself to do that. the performance of his duty to so
ciety, to the government and to his
The Richmond papers are laughing at country
a negro who caused his death by saw
ing 6ff a limb between himself and the
tree. We see white men do fooler
things than that every day
Iast evening I was talking
With a merchant aged anil gray.
When lie told me of a dream he had,
I think 'twas Christmas day.
While snoozing in his office
This vision came to view,
For lie saw an angel enter.
Dressed in garments white and new.
Said the angel: "I'm from "heaven;
The Ixrd just sent me down
To bring you up to glory
And put on your golden crown.
"You've been a friend to everyone.
And worked hard night and day;
You've supported many hundreds
And from few received your pay.
"So we want you up in glory.
For you have labored hard.
And the good Lord is preparing
Your eternal just reward."
Then the angel and the merchant
Started up towards glory's -gate.
But when passing close to Hades
The angel murmured "Wait!"
"I've a place 1 wish to show you;
it's the hottest place in Hell.
Where the ones who never paid you
In torment forever dwell."
And behold the merchant saw there
His old patrons by the score.
And grabbing up a chair and fan,
He wished for nothing more.
He desired to sit and watch them
As they'd sizzle, singe anil burn:
And his eyes would rest on debtors
Which ever way they'd turn.
Said the angel. "Come on. merchant.
There are pearly gates to see."
But the merchant only muttered.
"This is Heaven enough for me."
The Misses Home of Ocala attended
the Sunday school picnic here Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. Mr. Ben Freyermuth who has been
ill for some time, is reported as con convalescent.
valescent. convalescent. A series of protracted meetings to
begin here this evening to be conduct conducted
ed conducted by Brother Rooney.
A Junior Epworth League of fifteen
members has been organized here with
the following ofticers: Superintendent,
Mrs. C. X. Hampton; president, Miss
Verda Hampton; secretary and treas treasurer,
urer, treasurer, Miss Pearl Pay: first vice presi president,
dent, president, Laurel Seckinger; second vice
president. Miss Gladys Holland; third
vice president, Master James Tucker;
bell ringer. Master J. C. Boyd.
Saturday, May 11th, will long be -remembered
by those who were so for fortunate
tunate fortunate as to be members of the Martel
Sunday school or gue.-:ts of the oc occasion.
casion. occasion. Many were the downcast faces
and many the expressions of disap disappointment
pointment disappointment as they awoke to find a
gloomy, drizzly morning with every
prospect that old Pluvius was going to
monopolize the day and shatter the
plans that had been made. But about
ft o'clock he relented and leaving Just
enough clouds behind to shield us from
the rays of the summer sun everyone
freely forgave him the scare he had
given. Soon affeT the rain had ceased
a wagon could he seen going from
house to house, collecting boxes, bas
kets, etc., which had every appearance
of being filled with the choicest edibles
our fair land and fairer housewives
could produce. Those who had convey conveyances
ances conveyances made trip after trip to Seck Seck-inger's
inger's Seck-inger's Hammock, carrying ladies and
children to the picnic grounds. By 11
o'clock the woods were echoing the
merry laugh of old and young and a
jollier crowd would be hard to find.
Groups of children and young people
were here and there playing blind
man's buff and other old but ever
popular games, while the older ones
were enjoying good sociable chats and
preparing for the biggest event of the
day the picnic dinner. And, oh, that
dinner if there was anything edible
missing on that long table it was not
worthy of a place there. It would have
been a hard matter to judge who had
brought the most appetizing repast.
Ice cream and lemonade, which were
furnished by the Sunday school, com completed
pleted completed the bill of fare. The afternoon
was very pleasantly spent in more
games and in visiting and as the
shades of evening began to fall people
wended their ways homeward, feeling
that the picnic 'had been a grand suc success.
cess. success. Already we find ourselves look looking
ing looking forward to the time when this
happy occasion will no doubt be re repeated.
peated. repeated. About 7:30 on the same evening a
reception was given at the parsonage
by our beloved pastor and family,
which was well attended and thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly enjoyed by all and anyone who
has any doubts about Bro. Rooney and
his estimable wife and daughter being
good entertainers well they have
never had the pleasure of being their
guests we are sure.
Tillie Pasteur, chairman;
Norman Pratt, E. O Marshall,
J. R. Joselyn, Walter Mathews, Edwin
Camp, Misses Caroline Pasteur. Juanita
Lytle, Bettie Mclver, Gene Fosnot,
Lou Moody. Sallie Spurlin, Bessie Mac-
Kay, Annie Atkinson. Mary Connor.
Onie Chazal, Blair Woodrow, Mrs. A.
M. Cameron. Mrs. J. Carstens. Mrs. E.
Mrs. E. F. Newport.
F. E. Harriss, chairman; R. R. Car Carroll.
roll. Carroll. Z. C. Chambliss.
Malcolm R. Williams, chairman; J. G.
J. L Carney, chairman; J. G. Lege,
Mrs. H. W. Henry. Mrs. J. R. Martin.
Mrs. K. C. Clements. Miss Tillie Pas Pasteur,
teur, Pasteur, Mrs. Geo. W. Robinson, Mrs. N. H.
Punch and Lemonade Committee
Mrs. D. S. Woodrow, Miss Esther
Weathers, Mr. N. H. DeLane.
To be filled.
Mrs. H. W. Henry, chairman; H. W.
Henry, E. J. Lytle, J. L. Carney, J. G.
Lege, Mrs. F. E. Haskell, Mrs. D. S.
Woodrow, Mrs. A. H. Foss, Mrs. J. G.
Lege, Mrs. Z. C. Chambliss, Mrs. George
MacKay, Mrs. H. Camp, Mrs. D. E. Mc Mclver,
lver, Mclver, Mrs. L. R. Chazal, Mrs. C. E. Con Connor,
nor, Connor, Mrs. C. S. Cullen, Mrs. R. R. Car Carroll,
roll, Carroll, Mrs. C. H Lloyd, Mrs. D. W. Da
WHAT TO GIVE-THAT IS THE QUESTION
E SOLVED IT long ago for f eoplo in
just such a position as you. Come m
and let us talk it over. IMwc n us we
will be able to pick a useful and agreeable
gift that will give the greatest delight to the
recipient as well as to yourself.
TVPK FOR HAIII1IT METAL
The Star office has for sale a limit limited
ed limited quantity of old type, which is one
of the finest metals for babbit in the
market. The price is 10 cents a pound.
The Tampa Times of yesterday pub publishes
lishes publishes a good picture of the Tuna, Cap Captain
tain Captain Inglis' handsome yacht.
When in Jacksonville stop with Mrs.
E. L Maloney. at the Girard. No. 11
East Duval street, just off Main. Best
75c. room in the city.
Tampa's union station was opened
this morning. At the present rate,
Ocala's union station will not be open opened
ed opened before the resurrection morning.
Taft claims the delegates from Tennessee.
The trial of Clarence Darrow began
in Los Angeles today.
Thirteen men lost their lives in a
cave-in In the Norris mine near Iron Iron-wood,
wood, Iron-wood, Mich., Tuesday.
It is no use, Cromwell. You might as
well go way back and sit down.
'Denver, Colo., is rejoicing in ten In Inches
ches Inches of snow.
The committee on Richeson's sanity
reports this afternoon.
FOR SALE Eggs from pure English
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.
Holeproof hosiery at Fishel's.
M'lVER & MAG KAY
Undertakers and Embalmers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
D. E. M'lVER. Funeral Director
All Work Doi.e by Licensed Em Embalmers
balmers Embalmers and Fully fuaranteel.
Phones: D. E. Mclver. 104; Sarr
P'"es, 380; Undertaking Of flee. 47.
At the Ocala Photo Co. we develop
your films free if bought from us.
Xow 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
Candler, May 15. Mr. and Mrs. Corn Corn-stock,
stock, Corn-stock, who have had rooms at Mrs
Chas. Tillis' during the past winter and
spring, left Wednesday morning for
their old home in Mansfield, Mo. They
were accompanied by their greand-
daughter, Miss Lilla Comstock, of Ok Ok-awaha,
awaha, Ok-awaha, who will- remain in Missouri
for an indefinite time.
Mrs. Harry Bennett, who for the
past number of years, has spent each
succeeding winter looking after his.
orange grove in the eastern part of
our burg, left Wednesday morning for
Indiana, his summer home.
A number of our young people at attended
tended attended the concert at Oklawaha, Mon Monday
day Monday evening.
The W. C. T. V., met Thursday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Mr. Lewis Caldwell's many friends
are glad to know that he is improv improving.
ing. improving. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fisher of Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, paid their Bower Lake home
a brief visit during the past week.
Mrs. Curry who has been visiting rel relatives
atives relatives at Take Weir for the past sev several
eral several months, spent the week end with
Mrs. Mary Hiscoek. Mrs. Curry will,
in a short time leave for her northern
The inclement weather deprived the
Methodist congregation of a pastor
Saturday afternoon, while Dewey
Albertson and Elmer Drever were
playing camping out, Elmer was seized
with an aspiration for a nest in a near nearby
by nearby tree, which resulted in such a force force-able
able force-able downfall that he Is now experi experiencing
encing experiencing the miseries of a broken arm.
Dr. Henry is the attending surgeon.
Several afternoons since, two ladies
were driving on the public road west
of town, and over-took an ambitious
pedestrian endeavoring to find an
opening in a hog-proof fence into
Smith's lake. They immediately re returned
turned returned to town and reported their ad adventure.
venture. adventure. Messrs. Clark and Tillis were
in a very short time going down the
hard road at a John Gilpin speed, and
soon had his seven and a half foot
gaitership lassoed, and drayed into
town where he is now on exhibition.
Mrs. Chas. Tillis left on the noon
train Sunday for Palatka to see her
mother, Mrs. Dan Tillis, who is critical critically
ly critically ill at her home there.
Mrs. Belle Holtzclaw was shopping
in Ocala Monday afternoon.
Mrs. and Mrs. Coggswell of Belle Belle-view
view Belle-view paid our burg a brief visit Mon Monday.
day. Monday. Ir. and Mrs. Belcher represented
mdler in Ocala Monday.
Mrs. Frank Mathews and little son,
f Ocala. are visiting Mrs. John Ma Ma-t
t Ma-t hews.
The watermelon outlook is excep exceptionally
tionally exceptionally fine. Melons are unusually
large for this time of the season.
Mr. T. E. Critchett. a member of the
' .-ce ola Fertilizer Co., spent the week
end with his family here.
Not being in time for
mary, I have come to the
Wash out old sores, festering wouds
and ulcers with DARBY'S PHOPHY PHOPHY-LACTIC
LACTIC PHOPHY-LACTIC FLF1D. 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 destrovs Tmisonons germs
. v v. i .... i .i c ' i u I ill i ; r i a l I
helps nature to repair the damaged
flesh. Price "0 cts. per bottle. Sold
by all druggists.
Dauglas shoes at Fishel's.
There is a man !n Tliltonin. Gi..
whose releae from pain and suffering
is due to Foley Kidney Pills. He re recommends
commends recommends them: "I suffered with
kidney trouble recently and had awful
STORK FOR RENT
The new and handsome store room I
roomy and modern plate glass front.
Possession at once, and can be fitted
up according to need3 of tenant. Ap- j
pl to Ocala Lumber & Supply Co.
the first pri pri-conclusion
conclusion pri-conclusion (at
the earnest solicitation of my friends)
to become a candidate from now on to
furnish the people of the Fifth Judicial
Circuit with everything in the line of
Whiskies, Wines and Beers and refer you
to my past record as to my efficiency in
My public records shall always be
open for your inspection and my deputies
as well as myself will always accord you
prompt and courteous treatment, and fur further
ther further promise that whatever stimulation'
is needed anywhere in the Circuit, be
that in Marion, Sumter, Citrus, Hernando
or Lake" county, such stimulant will be
forwarded the same day the request is re received,
ceived, received, provided, however, proper war warrant
rant warrant accompanies the order.
HELP A JIDGE IV HAD FIX.
Justice Eli Cherry, of Glllis Mills.
jTenn.. was plainly worried. A bad sore
j on hi leg had baffled several doctors
j .ind long resisted all remedies. "I
j thought it was a cancer," he wrote.
, "At last 1 used Bucklen's Arnica Salve,
; and was completely cured." Cures
j burns, boils, ulcers, cuts, bruises and
j piles. 2Z cents at Tydings & Co's.
pains in my back. I go
Foley Kidney Pills and
them I am entirely cured and cheerful-j
ly recommend them to all." Soi l by
th Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.
Holeproof hosiery at Fishel's.
When your food does not digest well
and you feel "blue." tired and discour discouraged,
aged, discouraged, you should use a little HERBINF.
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.
T'-,e abo-je phrase is very often mis misused
used misused but HF. It!-: you will find that our
Meakw and Hoat
are in perfect keeping with what your
of prime- beef is.
more, you will find this mar--n-lid
example of genuine
e an 3 in. -- while our service 3s every every-:ii:g
:ii:g every-:ii:g that is to be desired
Reasonable prices. Phone 10S.
W. II. MARSH, Proprietor.
All traffic was stopped on Front
-treet near the depot at Belleview, a
few lays ago by rtve automobiles and
six motorcycles coming together there
at one time. Nobody hurt and all went
away happy. They had been eating
some of that good ice- cream at "The
Oasis." Get the habit.
LOST Somewhere on Orange avenue
and 8th street, corner Watula and 6th
streets, a pocketbook containing valua valuable
ble valuable receipts and a ten-dollar bill.
Finder please leave same at this offlce
and receive reward.
After you have had a row and life
looks mighty blue, send her a box of
Norris candy and she'll again love
you. Get it at the Court Pharmacy.
J. M. Howell, a popular d
Greensburg. Ky.. says, "We
berlain's Cough Remedy in
household and know it is excellent
For sale by all dealers.
Accurate Building Plans, Blue Prints
tni specifications made. Lands Sur Sur-reyed
reyed Sur-reyed an 1 Platted. Close Estimates
ug2it 0f tade on Erection of Buildings of any
.-e Char-".- Character by contract or on commls commls-our
our commls-our own ) &-iri basis -v rue or consult me at
.Northwest Corner Oeala House Block
OCALA - FLORIDA
NO. 19, F. & A. M.
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19 meets In
the Temple on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month
Visiting brethren cordially invited.
C. E. Simmons. W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
OCALA AERIE XO. 1814, F. O. E.
Ocala Aerie No. 1814. Fraternal Or Order
der Order of Eagles, meets every first and
third Wednesdays in. each month, at 8
p. m.. in Castle Hall. Visiting broth brothers
ers brothers are alwav? welcome.
F. G. B. Weihe. President.
N. L Williams Secretary.
THIS picture is from an actual photograph of a hunch
of mules bought by us in Atlanta, recently. It is a
fair sample of a lot we now have in stock at our stables in
Ocala. This lot of fine mules for Farm, Turpentine or
Mill purposes, is the last carload we are likely to have this
season, so if you need any, come in and get them.
Remember, we are here alwavs, if stock is not as
represented, our reputation and guarantee stands back of
OCA LA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 1911
HOW UTILE THINGS COUNT
Here Is a dime. Save !L Not a large amount, 5-ou 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 thU life. History tells us that the Duke of
Wellington attributes the victory of the Allies at Waterloo to the closing of
th Hugomont Castle gates by James McDowell and Jonn Graham. It was a
small thing-. Rut the results have oeen marvelous a we look back over the
intervening years. Philip D. Armour knew the value of little things. They
aay he packed everything but the last breath of a ho? 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 paved Holland from destruction. A
few drops of water on a stone makes no impression the constant drip
wears away the stone. The little point on the auer prepares the way for
the large bored hole. A single grain of corn produces from one to two per perfect
fect perfect ears. And so the little dime is a part of a dollar. Dollars at interest
produce dollars just as surely as
an abundant harvest. Then ?ave
Fast Colored Lawn
and Organdy for
M(fflay9 lay 17
Oily One Piece to a
k a! (he Window
m TTT A "ET TT7" 0 OJ
ii. 111 m .1 k, i i linn
SI. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY
LORETTO (Near Mandarin) lXOIUDA.
Boarding school for boys, co miucted by the Siste.s of St. Joseph
Boys from eight to fourteen years received, and carefully trained c
physical, intellectual, moral and social lines.' Healthy location. Ma
nificent swimming pool. Complet e equipment in schoolrooms, dorn
tories. dining hall and recreation rooms.
APPLY FOR PROSPECTUS TO THE SISTER SUPERIOR.
ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY. LOKHTTO. FLORIDA.
For the Bowels
A Curo for Chronic Constipation, Torpid Liver
and Irregular Bowel Movements.
affects both sexes and all ages but is more prevalent among
women because their duties in the household require less physical
exercise than the occupations of men; therefore -women suffer
most from its baneful effect
A constipated person is an easy victim -when exposed to any
tsrious diseasfj Pneumonia, Typhoid Fever, Malaria, Rheumatism.
Small Pox. Yellow Fever and Eright's Disease gather their annual
harvest of death among those -who are habitually constipated.
Even though they escape these diseases, such persons are always
ailing more or less. They have headaches, bad digestion, dizzi dizziness
ness dizziness virtlgo (blind staggers), sallow complexion, flatulence, loss
cf strength; and no energy at all. Herblne has a most admirable
in th hnwpls: it Is cooling, purifying and regulating. It
DUts a prompt ckeck cn biliousness, wind in the bowels, nervous-
time' and nervous wakefulness at
Price 50c per Bottle.
jftgyf f, BALLARD PROPRIETOR
For Weak Stent or Sore Eye,
the .-eed sown on rich ground brings forth
the DIMi:: Watch it grow.
disorder of the boveis.
ST. LOUS, U&
use Stephens Eye Salve. It cure.
It I I
Fruit jars at Fishel's.
Eagles meet this evening.
Summer suits at Fishel's.
Masons meet tomorrow night.
Ladies' dresses at Fishel's.
New shirt waists at Fishel's.
Mooe meet tomorrow eveninsr.
Mr. J. W.
n is plumbing at Mcln-
Mr. J. D. Williams
Australia is at
Your last photo didn't do you Justice.
It wasn't taken at the Ocala Photo Co.
I. Henderson of Smithfield,
at the Colonial last night.
Dr. E. G. Peek'N office phone In
40s ; bin renidrnre phone, No. 301.
Mr. W. V. Newsom,
about the same.
Mayor Richard Ervin of Crystal Riv River
er River is in the city, attending court.
. I., lilnlix-k, pb.vNlclan, office
No. 3tt; reldenf phone, V.l'2.
Y1. Zack Mulhall has returned from
Oklahoma and is again at the Colonial.
Pleasant furnished rooms for li
housekeeping. 66 Oklawaha avenue.
Mr. J. T. G. Crawford of Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville was at the Ocala House yesterday.
FOR SALE One
Inquire of Mrs. W.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Head of Crystal
River are at the Ocala House.
Mrs. J. J. Williams of Homosassa
was at the Ocala Hous today.
G. R. Ranks
of Orlando is at the
: B. Doyle of
i Oca-la House.
Gainesville is at the
Kodak finishing done
the Ocala Photo Co.
by experts at
Geo. A. Moorman of Orange Springs
was at the Ocala House last night.
Mrs. Jno. L. Smith of Raleigh, N. C.
was at the Colonial last night.
Get your prescriptions filled by Beck
at the Court Pharmacy and know they
Capt. Jno. R. Hlattery. the govern government
ment government engineer, was at the Ocala House
Alma Zada Face Powder Is the best
we have to offer at 50c. the box. The
Post Office Drug Stores.
Mrs. H. C. Borland and Mrs.
Tonner of Citra were at the
House last night.
1 TAKEN UP A bay colt Owner can
jhave same by identifying the animal,
jand paying expenses. Mrs. D. M. Smith.
Mrs. Geo. A. Parnelle of
were at the Ocala House
FOR SALE One pair
good turpen turpen-harness.
harness. turpen-harness. W.
i tine mules, wagon and
J. Wilson, Citra. Fla.
Mr. E. P. Thagard, bank examiner
for the state, is in the city, a guest of
the Ocala House.
If you are in a hurry for your pre prescriptions,
scriptions, prescriptions, try the Court Pharmacy's
q,uiek delivery system.
A pretty little four-room cottage is
being built out near Judge Warner's
FOR SALE 20-hj).
$250 cash. Ad Ad-Star.
Star. Ad-Star. 6td
car, and equipment,
dress, F. 11. M., care
Mr. and Mrs. L, P. Converse left yes yesterday
terday yesterday for their summer visit to New
We guarantee to teach you how
use your Kodak. Bring your films
the Ocala Photo Co.
Judge D. S. Williams and son, D. S..
Jr., are home from a very pleasant visit
I to Captain Alfred at Port Inglis.
FOR SALE Two one-horse wagons
for sale. Apply to 31 North 3rd street
Deputy Sheriff Brigance went down
to Dunnellon after witnesses and jurors
Cook your next roast !n a paper bag.
and get the bag from the Post Office
Drug Store. 23c. the package.
D. L. Oneal of Live Oak and Fred I
Stringer of Brooksville were at the
Ocala House last night.
Chas. H. Sieg, of Talatka, the New New-South
South New-South Farm and Home promoter, was
at the Ocala House last night.
$2300 to loan on Al real estate se security
curity security at 8 per cent interest. Address.
P. O. Box 583, city. 5-15-6t
Mr .T. E. Bridges and Mr. C L. Sis Sis-trunk
trunk Sis-trunk were passengers to Jacksonville
this afternoon on the Seaboard.
A bunch of little nig'-rers. who had
been annoying the people at the Air
Home were collared by the police and
marched off to jail last night.
FOR RENT Four room flat; also,
cottage of seven rooms, electric lights
and bath; near primary school. Mrs.
R. P. Fuller.
Rev. W. H. Coleman will preach at
Fellowship Christian church next Sun Sunday
day Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Everybody
Parker Lucky Curve Fountain Tens
in any style or shape. A large assort assortment
ment assortment to select from at the Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. Mr. George Hayes, was In the city
last night, on his way from his home
at Perry to visit his mother in Brooks Brooksville.
ville. Brooksville. For soreness of the muscles whether
induced by violent exercise or Injury,
Chamberlain's Liniment is excellent.
This, liniment is also highly esteemed
for the relief it affords in cases of
rheumatism. Sold by all dealers.
Children's dresses at Fishel's.
Last night tre was a regular sum
mer crowd at :e A
tares of the world's
- - t
especially good, and the other two sub- ;
jects were, also greatly enjoyed. j
As the long, hot nights come on the j
people of Ocala find that the mo;: ;
pleasant part of the day is the hour
they spend at the Air Dome in the eve evenings.
nings. evenings. They know they can sit in a
nice cool place and breathe pure, fresh
air. and see the best pictures that are
being run in the state.
Nothing has ever been left undone
by the management to make the peo-
I pie of Ocala comfortable and satisfied,
jand the pictures that are now bing
run are a proof of this fact.
The program for tonight will -be one
of the best that has ever been shown
n trie city. It will be as follows:
"As Fate Would Have It." Connie.
ITINKE AT THE IDEAL
the daily afternoon mat mat-Ideal
Ideal mat-Ideal Theater will com com-45
45 com-45 and the doors will be
Three full reels will be
mence at 3:
open at 3:30
run at each matinee. General admis admission
sion admission I) cents to afternoon performances.
Th.- Ideal will hive three first class
r.-eis this evening, a new an.l im improved
proved improved screen to show the pictures on.
Also, some fine music. The Ideal i i-right
right i-right up to now.
The second Sunday in June will be
memorial dav fur Odd Fellows all over
'the world. The members of Tulula
serve it fittingly.
! During the thunder storm Sunday
j morning, lightning struck the Ocala
j House tower. The current went down
i inside the tower two stories, then pass pass-i
i pass-i ed outside, played over the main roof
land followed a gutter to the ground.
Uut slight damage was done.
The I. o. o. F. degree team is work working
ing working hard anil getting in shape to do
good work. Tulula Lodge has a num number
ber number of applications and will soon begin
to instruct the new members.
The negro who was mortally wound wounded
ed wounded by the Ocala Northern train Monday
night was either a Voodoo doctor or a'
devotee. His pockets were full of rab rabbits'
bits' rabbits' feet and other charms. But none
of them were the slightest guard
against the heel of the iron' horse.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Cordero
this morning a nine-pound girl. Mother
and baby both doing well, and papa
too proud to touch the earth.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ditto and Messrs'.
Lanier and Fox. of Ocala, motored to
Jacksonville Monday in Mr. Ditto's 'au 'automobile
tomobile 'automobile and left yesterday afternoon
for their home in South Florida. While
in Jacksonville they were the guests
of Mr. Ditto's mother. Mrs. I A. Ditto.
Several weeks ago. while Dr. Black Black-istop
istop Black-istop was extracting a nail from the
hindfoot of a mule, he was kicked on
the right shin by the ungrateful ani animal,
mal, animal, and has been laid up ever since,
until yesterday, when he came out on
crutches. During most of the time
"Doc" has been laid up in his room on
the second floor of the Gary block. He
says his friends have not let him lack
for comfort or even luxury, and as
"Doc" can't number his friends it is no
wonder that he is fatter now than lie
has been in years.
Col. Zack Mulhall and family and
their wild west show will leave tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow for Savannah. The Mulhalls have
been in the city most of the time since
last November. They have made many
friends, who will see them go with re regret
gret regret and hope they will some day re return.
turn. return. Can furnish from one setting to one
thousand pure bred Rhode Island Red
eggs for hatching at $10 per hundred.
Ed Carmichael, Ocala.
Judge William Gober has leased one
of the pretty cottages built by the
Citizens Investment Company, which
will be ready for him to move into in
a few days.
Men's and boy's suits at Fishel's.
FOR REN'T First of June; a small,
new cottage, city and soft water, elec electric
tric electric lights. Rent $5 per month. Apply
No. 215 South Orange street. 5-10
Mrs. J J. Giles and two children left
this afternoon for Faceville, Ga.,
where they will spend a month with
Mrs. Giles' father. Mr. J. Young.
FOR SALE Four hundred and fifty
bushels seed peanuts at one dollar per
bushel. Apply Howell & Griggs, Oak,
Fruit jars at Fishel's.
Men Our illustrated catalogue ex explains
plains explains how we teach barber trade in
few weeks, mailed free. Moler Barber
College, Atlanta, Ga.
Ladies' dresses at Fishel's.
Mr. Troy Hall came up this after afternoon
noon afternoon from a visit to his partner. Mr.
Dell Moody at Wildwood. Mr. Hall
will go to Perry tomorrow on a short
Mrs. L. M. Jones of Milledgeville.
Cia.. came in this afternoon from Tam Tampa,
pa, Tampa, where she has been for a short
time and will spend several weeks as
the guest of her sister, Mrs. F. V.
There will be a called meeting of the
Kind's Daughters tomorrow afternoon
at 3 o'clock at the residence of Mrs. C.
Sick headache results from a dih dih-ordered
ordered dih-ordered condition of the stomach, and
can be cured by the use of Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Try
it. For sale by all dealers.
SUCCESSOR TO BAXTER CARN
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
The following cases were considered
n the circuit court up to noon today:
Dome. The pie- 1 Thomas Dilson vs. W. S. West, con con-lareest
lareest con-lareest dam wprs. tinued.
Stuckey Tiller vs. L.
L. Priest, con
David P. Fitzsimmons vs. E. P. Rentz.
Camp Phosphate Co. vs. A. C. L. Rail Railway,
way, Railway, continued.
Geo T. Crowell vs. Ocala & St. Johns
Navigation Co.. dismissed.
Anna M. Cheatam vs. W. C. Town Town-send,
send, Town-send, continued.
McCall Co. vs. Feinberg, continued.
Walkup Eros. vs. A. C. K, continued.
John Jennings vs. Roland Frazier,
Hurst Lumber Co. vs Ocala Telephone
Sallie Thompson vs. Welse Johnson,
Case of John Allen for carrying con concealed
cealed concealed weapons, transferred to county
Trial of II. A. M. Benton for grand
larceny set for May 27.
Case of Noah Powell, for murder, set
for May 27.
John E. Rast vs. Cap Smith, eject ejectment,
ment, ejectment, continued.
I. f. MONTHLY MEETING
Mrs. D. E. Mclver entertained the
Daughters of the Confederacy at their
regular monthly meeting Tuesday aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. The attendance was larae and
sood reports were made.
Mrs. Howard presided, and after
rou tin- business was transacted Mrs.
Frank Harris was called on to make
a report of the Tampa convention. She
irave an excellent verbal report of the
meeting, after which Mrs. E. M. How Howard
ard Howard read a splendid report of the re reunion
union reunion in Macon, which she attended as
matron of honor from Florida.
The Daughters made arrangements
for their annual dinner to the Confed Confederate
erate Confederate veterans, which they will give
as usual June Crd. The dinner will be
given at the armory and all an announcements
nouncements announcements concerning it will be
After other business matters were
disposed of Mrs. Mclver served re refreshments.
freshments. refreshments. Miss Betty Mclver and
Miss Annie A t lei n son assisting in
serving. While the refreshments were
being enjoyed Miss Jean Teague play played.
ed. played. Next month's meeting will be with
Mrs. Ed Carmichael.
C. OF C. HE POUT
At the big state convention in Tampa
of the Daughters of the Confederacy,
little Merris Carroll, the eight-year-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Carroll,
read the following report of her chap chapter
ter chapter of the Children of the Confederacy,
from the platform before that great
gathering in a clear voice, without hes hesitation
itation hesitation or mistake, and received many
compliments from the Daughters. Little
Merris was by far the youngest of the
children at the convention who read
the reports of their chapters.
Madam President and Daughters of
the Confederacy: Fannie R. Gary
Chapter sends loving greetings with
this, its second report. We have not
received any new members, but we
have several who will join this year.
Our pledges made at the last conven convention
tion convention have all been paid except that of
the soldiers' home, and we hope to
make up for that this year. In May,
UUl, we gave a Gypsy encampment at
the home of our director, from which
we made twenty dollars and twenty twenty-five
five twenty-five cents. Durintr the summer we had
several candy sales.
Some of our members assisted in
serving at the annual dinner given to
the veterans by Dickison Chapter. Mrs.
Badger presented to Fannie R. Gary
cnapter a teautiiui gavel made from a
part of an old live oak tree that stood
on our public square, since before the
war between the states. It was under
this tree that Col. Radger stood with
his company when lie received the
flag-. Our chapter now lias a beauti beautiful
ful beautiful ilag of its own. a gift from Mrs.
Gary, for whom the chapter is named.
It is a large battlellag three and a half
by seven feet with a nine-foot staff.
We had a special program and met
with Mrs. Gary, who presented the Hag
herself. During- the county fair in No November,
vember, November, we took part in the automo automobile
bile automobile parade, representing the Children
of the Confederacy. Our car was dec decorated
orated decorated in hunting an.l red and white
roses, and our director rode in it wth
thirteen small Children of the Confed Confederacy,
eracy, Confederacy, each waving a flag. We didn't
get a prize but we got the greatest
applause of any car. During the year
we have sent many flowers to our sick
veterans and their wives. We took
part in the historical meeting given by
Dickison Chapter on Lee's birthday.
One of our members recited -The Con Conquered
quered Conquered Banner." We have paid our per
capita tax of ?1.:0 to the loving cup:
for the battleship Florida, $2: to Mrs.
Fleming for Florida room. $1: to Mrs.
Tench for Arlington monument. $1: to
Airs. .McLreary for Shiloh monument,
$1. We have sold seals for Arlington
monument amounting to ?2. We have
paid to Sister Ksther Carlotta for the
scholarship fund. i20, and gave J3 to
Fannie R. Gary Memorial Hall. Some
of our members had the pleasure of
seeing our beloved state president. Sis Sister
ter Sister Esther Carlotta. when she was on
a visit to our city recently. Our chap chapter
ter chapter has not done the work we had
hoped to do, hut we will keep on try trying
ing trying to make each yearly report better
than the last.
Annie Moorhead, President
Louise Spencer. Secretary.
Mr. H. L. Anderson of Jacksonville is
in the city, on letral business connected
with a suit he has asrainst the New
South Farm and Hom Company. The
Star is inf'trrm-d that the case will be
settled. Mr. Anderson ;s prominent
among the men who are trying to put a
crimp in Taft's Florida machine.
Po You Rteei
Then buy your Shoes and
Hosiery from this date to
July 15th at
LITTLE'S SB0E PARLOR
and get a discount of
10 PER CENT
on every purchase
Spot Cash, Remember
We do not know how to keep
Tine Sooecr Yoe SttaiFtI
to put by a little every pay day in the savings bank, the
sooner you'll reach independence and a competency.
The Ocala National Bank
in its savings department, will open an account with yon
with as little as $1 and will pay four per cent, interest on
your deposits. Why not open one next pay day? tYca'U
never be any younger and you cannot be too yoazg to
start saving. Safety Deposit Soxes For Dent
CAPITAL FULLY PAID IX fTSOO
H D. STOKES. Cashier.
EDWARDS. Pres. CLARENCE CAMP.
Georgia and West Florida
ATLANTIC COflST LINE
Monday, May 27, 1912
Tickets on sale, May 27, limited to June 3, 1912
ROUND TRIP FROM
Valdosta. Ga $4.00 Monlicello, Ha $4.50
Thomasville. Ga. 4.50
Boston Ga 4.50 River Jet, Fla 5.00
TICKETS GOOD ON ALL TRAINS
For information, or reservation, call on
M. R. WILLIAMS, Ticket Agent, Ocala, Fla.
Y. R. BEAZLEY. L P. A.
Mrs. S. A. Deers, aged 85
mother of Mrs. K. L. Maloney,
Jacksonville at the residence
daughter this morning. Mrs.
made her home in this city for several
years, while Mrs. Maloney resided
here. Her granddaughter, Mrs. Chas.
W. Hunter, went up this afternoon on
the Seaboard and will go with the
other members of the family to Fer Fer-nandina,
nandina, Fer-nandina, where the body will be laid
Mrs. C. X. Kirkland returned today
from Clearwater, where she stopped to
visit friends on her way home from the
meeting of the Woman's Home and
Foreign Missionary Society of the
Methodist church in Tampa last week.
Owing to the efforts of Mrs. Kirkland
and her sister delegate, Mrs. George L.
Taylor, this body will meet in Ocala
next year. Mrs. Taylor has not return returned
ed returned home yet, having stopped to visit
friends in South Florida.
Milo I'eyo, the great Romany pianist,
and his mother came in yesterday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon from Orlando, where they have
been making their winter home. They
stopped over till this afternoon as the
guests of Mr. Charles Peyser. They are
on their way north to their New York
There were ten small negro boys be before
fore before the recorder this morning charged
with disturbing the peace. The re recorder
corder recorder gave them a strons: lecture and
discharged them. One drunk was fined
$10 and costs.
Mr. H. A. IHiehel Is completely re re-buildintr
buildintr re-buildintr one of his houses opposite the
hisjh school buildinsr. The property will
be greatly increased in size and con convenience
venience convenience when completed.
Mr. D. E. Mclver will move his fam family
ily family to North Lake Weir on June 1st,
where they will spend the summer in
their handsome home.
Rexall Cold Tablets do the work.
Can give you the formula if you like.
25c. the package at the Post Office
Mr. I-. It. Chazal will move his fam family
ily family to Woodmar on Lake Weir in a fw
days, where they will spend the entire
summer till the opening of school in
At Petteway's tie camp, some 18
miles southwest of here last evening.
Mark Stephens and Ernest Wiggins,
both colored, differed over a matter of
i6. and Mark shot Ernest with a 32 32-caliber
caliber 32-caliber pistol. After the shooting Mark
souszht refuse at the home of a nearby
friend. Deputy Sheriff Rrigance, who
was in the vicinity, was informed of
the trouble, took up the trail of the
slayer and captured him in a very short
time after the shootinz. Wisgins was
dangerously wounded and may die.
The Ocala National Bank has further
adorned itself with two handsome wall
signs, one on the corner facing the
s-juare and the other facing- Frank's
Mr. James Sanders of Early P.ird was
in the city today. He says he ur ur-ceeded
ceeded ur-ceeded in shooting the only alligator,
but his place has been tak-n by an another,
other, another, an immigrant from a distant
Are you Interested in paper hap
cooking? If so come to us for your
supply of the bags. 2Zc the package
Post Office Drug Store.
loyatj order of moos i ;
Ocala Lodge No. 6T'9. Meets each
Thursday night in hall in Gary block
G. F. Mershon, Dictator.
K. L. ftapp. Secretary.
COXCORliiA LODGE F. U. OF A.
Concordia fodse. Fraternal I'nlon of
America, meets in Yonsre's Hall on the
second Thursdav eveninsr of eieh
nonth. Geo. L. Taylor, F. M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary.
Do not leave any stanl'ng water
about your yard, particularly rain wa
ter hundreds ana thousands or mo-
t-iuitoes are the result.
Bainbridge, Ga. 5.01
J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A
Following are the meteorological
conditions that prevailed during the
twenty-four hours up to noon today:
Southwest wind; cloudy.
Maximum temperature. 0 degrees.
Minimum temperature, 66 degrees.
Rainfall. 1 inch.
Showers tonight or Thursday.
Dauglas shoes at Fishel's.
Fresh Shrimp, Crabs. -and
Fresh and Salt
in the city.
Any season's Delicacy
Chas. RodofT, Proprietor
The best place in the city
MUSIC EVERY EVENING
from 6:00 to 7:30
TRY JACKSONVILLE'S POPULAR
Cor. Bay and Hogan Sts.
All modern improvements,
very central location, coolest
city, r ine sample
Hates: 1.00 $1.50 and ?2.00
Astor Investment Co.,
A. B. Vance, President
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates Made on All Con
tract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
OCA1A EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 1918
You ought to realize by Ibis time that it is more important
to paint the root tban any other part ot the building.
Not only does it add fust as much to the appearance, but
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In addition to this, the roof has more to do with the protection
of the building and (he contents than all the other parts.
Our roof paints penetrate the wood and make it impervious
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affords much better protection while it does last.
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A GREAT HOUSE FURNISHING
Following are fast a Few of the Thousands of
Articles Carried in oar Great Farnitare, Hardware,
House Famishing and General Supply Store. Come
in and look the stock over, yoa will find many
things yoa 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,
Rugs, Sideboards and Chiffoniers, BoufTets, China Closets, China
Dinner Sets, Lamps, Fine Table Linen, Etc.
Handsome Mahogany, Oak, Willow or Mission Chairs, Straight
Backed or Rockers, Tables, Sofas, Lamps, Rugs and Carpets, lic lic-'
' lic-' tures.
Beautiful Dressers and Wash Stands in Golden Oak, Birdseye
Maple or Mahogany. Beautiful Iron and Brass Beds in over Fifty
Different Varieties and Prices. Rugs and Mattings, Chiffoniers and
Wardrobes, Toilet Sets, Blankets, Comforts and Linens.
For The Pantry and Kitchen
Handsome Refrigerators and Ice Chests in Several Different
Makes and Styles and any Size or Price Desired. Stoves and Ranges
in Either Wood or Oil Burners. Kitchen Cabinets and Tables.
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.
McIVER & MacKAY
PHONE 47 North Magnolia St. OCALA, FLA.
Call up Phone 300 and Let us Give an Estimate on Your
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is a iiar.intee of iuality. The worth worthless
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By Morgan Robertson
Copyright, by M. F. Mansfield.
Copyright. 1312, by Morgan Rob Robertson.
ertson. Robertson. AH rights reserved.
Florida Auitto Sales Co.
North of Government Building
FOLEY'S SIDKEY FILLS F0LEY3 KSBNEYPHl
VB 3 '.LA CHE KlOMCVS MO BkADOSS
A Taie of Hasheesh.
Li 1 1 l -wym.uniiurt, out inui
I frightened, beiran to cry and
-:ill for Rowland in her own
way, to the wonder and some
what to the scandal of the gentle old
man who was endeavoring to soothe
"Dammy!" she cried, as she strug struggled
gled struggled to go to him. 4I want Dammy Dammy-Dammy
Dammy Dammy-Dammy Da-a-inajT'
"Oh, what a pad little girl." said the
jocular Mr. Meyer, looking down on
her. "Where did you learn such Ian
"It is my nickname," said Rowland,
smiling in spite of himself. "She has
coined the word," he explained to the
agitated Mr. Selfridge, who had not yet
comprehended what had happened,
"and I have not jet been able to per persuade
suade persuade her to drop it and I could not be
harsh with her. Let me take her, sir."
He seated himself, with the child, who
nestled up to him contentedly and soon
"Now, my friend," said Mr. Meyer,
"you must tell us about this drugging."
Then, while Captain Bryce, under the
memory of the blow he had received,
nursed himself into an insane fury and
Mr. Austen, with his hand resting light lightly
ly lightly on the captain's shoulder ready to
restrain him. listened to the story, and
the attorney drew up a chair and took
notes of the story, and Mr. Selfridge
drew his chair close to Myra and paid
no attention to the story at all, Row Rowland
land Rowland recited the events prior to and suc succeeding
ceeding succeeding the shipwreck. Beginning with
the finding of the whisky in his pocket,
he told of his being called to the star
board' bridge lookout in place of the
rightful incumbent, of the sudden and
strange interest Mr. Austen displayed
as to his knowledge of navigation, of
the pain in his stomach, the frightful
shapes he had seen on the deck be beneath
neath beneath and the sensations of his dream,
leaving out only the part which bore
en the woman he loved; he told of the
sleep walking child which awakened
him, of the crash of ice and instant
wreck and the fixed condition of his
eyes, which prevented their focusing
only at a certain distance, finishing his
story to explain his empty sleeve
with a graphic account of the fight
with the bear.
"And I have studied it all out," he
said in conclusion. "I was drugged. I
believe, with hasheesh, which makes a
man see strange things, and brought
up on the bridge lookout, where I
could be watched and my ravings lis
tened to and recorded for the sole pur purpose
pose purpose of discrediting my threatened tes testimony
timony testimony in regard to the collision of the
night before. But I was only half
drugged, aa I spilled part of my tea at
supper. In that tea, I am positive, was
"You know all about it, don't you?"
snarled Captain Bryce from his chair.
'Twas not hasheesh; 'twas an infusion
of Indian hemp. You don't know"
Mr. Austen's hand closed over his
mouth, and he subsided.
"Self convicted." said Rowland with
a quiet laugh. "Hasheesh is made
from Indian hemp."
'JYou hear this, gentlemen!" exclaim exclaimed
ed exclaimed Mr. Meyer, springing to his feet and
facing everybody in turn. lie pounced
on Captain Barry. "You bear this
confession, captain you hear him say
Indian hemp? I have a witness now.
Mr. Thompson. Go right on with your
suit. You hear him. Captain Barry.
You are disinterested. You are a wit wit-cess.
cess. wit-cess. You hear?"
"Yes, I heard it the murdering
scoundrel!'' said the captain.
Mr. Meyer danced up and down m
his joy, while the attorney, pocketing
his notes, remarked to the diseonitited
Captain Bryce, "You are the poorest
fool I know," and left the ollice.
Then Mr. Meyer calmed himself and.
facing the two steamship officers, said
slowly and impressively, while he po Ic Iced
ed Iced his forefinger almost into their
"England is a fine country, my
friends a fine country to leave pehind
sometimes. Here is Canada and de:
United States and Australia and South
Africa all fine countries, too tine
countries to go to with new names.
My friends, you will be bulletined and
listed at Lloyd's in less than half an
hour, and you will never again s -ill
under der English tlag as officers
And. my friends, let me say that in
half an hour after you are bulletined
all Scotland Yard will be looking for
you, but my ioor is not locked."
Silently they arose, pale, shame shamefaced
faced shamefaced and crushed, and went out the
door, through the outer office and into
Mr. Selfridsre had begun to take an
interest in the proceedings. As the
two men passed out he arose and
"Have you reached a settlement.
Mr. Meyer? Will the insurance U
"No!"' roared the underwriter in the
ear of the puzzled old gentleman,
while he slapped him vigorously on
the back. "It will not be paid. You
or I must have been ruined. Mr. Sel Selfridge.
fridge. Selfridge. and it has settled on you. I
do not bay der Titan's insurance, nor
will der other insurers. On der con contrary,
trary, contrary, as der collision clause in der
policy is void with der rest, your com company
pany company must reimburse me for der in insurance
surance insurance which I must bay to der
Royal Age owners that is, unless our
good friend here, Mr. Rowland, who
was on der lookout at der time, will
swear that her lights were out."
"Not at all," said Rowland. "Her
lights were burning. Look to the old
gentleman!" he exclaimed. "Look out
for him! Catch him!"
Mr. Selfridge was stumblinc toward
a chair. He gmsj-d it. loosened his
hold and lfore any one could reach
him fell to the floor, where he lay
with ashen lips and rolling eyes, gasp
"Heart failure." said Rowland as he
knelt by his side. "Send for a doctor."
"Send f-T a doctor." repeated Mr.
Meyer through the dxr to his clerks,
"arid send for a carriage. Quick! I
don't want h'.m to die in der office."
Y;pt:k: Barry lifted the helpless fig fig-:r
:r fig-:r to a op h. and they watched.
whtV the -.n ulsions grew easier, the
breath !;: r and the lips from ashen
gray t '-iv.e. Before a doctor or car carriage
riage carriage had e. .me he had passed away.
"Sudden emotion of some kind." said
the doctor when he did arrive. "Vio "Violent
lent "Violent emotion too. Hear bad news?"
"Bad an 1 g .l." Answered the un-derwriter--irood
in learning that this
dear little i-irl was his granddaugh
"Heart failure," said Rowland.
ter; bad in learning that he was
a ruined man. He was der heaviest
stockholder in der Titan. One hun hundred
dred hundred thousand pounds he owned of
der stock, all of which this poor, dear
little child will not get." Mr. Meyer
looked sorrowful as he patted Myra on
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re Reward
ward Reward for any case of catarrh that can cannot
not cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
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We, the undersigned have known F.
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believe him perfectly honorable in all
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able to carry out any obligations made
by his firm.
WALDO, KI.XXAN & MARVIN,
Wholesale Druggists. Toledo, O.
Hall's "atarrh Cure is taken inter internally,
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Testimonials sent free. Price, 75c. per
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COWS TAKEX UI
Taken up it my place, Cornell, Fla.,
the followin gestray stock: One brindle
cow and calf, cow marked crop and
saw set in one ear, bullet hole in other,
no brand. Owner can have the stock
by calling for same, paying for feed
and for this advertisement.
Cornell, Fla., April 18, 1912.
We can supply you with pure Ice Tot
all purposes, whether your require requirements
ments requirements are for home use or for a car carload.
load. carload. Place your orders with us.
OCALA ICE AND PACKING CO.
w v Jul
cannot be felt of appreciated in a rented house; You
always have that unsettled feeling, a feeling tfyat tends to
annihilate the nest beautifying endeavors.
WHY NOT -OWN YOUR OWN HOME ?
Our plan is so easy, so simple, so attractive that it
is but to understand the proposition then you will realize
how unwise you have been in paying rent for these many
We furnish the money with which to build a home or
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There is no obligation on your part to thoroughly investigate our
plans, write to us for full particulars, aud'if you are interested we will
have a representative call on you with full details.
The state of Florida is showing the most remarkable development in
its history, all properties improved now will show an unprecedented in-"
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THE GUARANTEE INVESTMENT & LOAN CO.
Incorporated under (be Laws of the Stale of Florida
Home Office. Third Floor Curry Building. Phone 9S2
NOTICE OF STATE
Notice is hereby given that the reg regular
ular regular state uniform teachers examina examination
tion examination will be held in Ocala, Florida, be beginning
ginning beginning on Tuesday, June 4, 1912, at 9
a. m. The examination for whites will
be held at the Ocala High School build building
ing building and that for colored at Howard
Academy. The regular fee of one dol dollar
lar dollar will be collected upon beginning
the work and applicants should supply
themselves with legal cap paper, pens
and Ink. Very truly yours,
J. H. Brinson, Supt.
THE DEMONS OF THE SWAMP
are mosquitoes. As they sting they put
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Then follow the Icy chills and the fires
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The Drown Impulse Tire Pomp saves time, money labor, ..las:
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Notice is hereby given that bids will
be received by the board of county,
commissioners at their meeting on the
4th day of June, for one or more foui
yard dump carts, and one gasoline en engine,
gine, engine, specifications to be furnished by
Commissioner C. Carmlchael, Ocala,
Fla. S. T. Sistrunk, Clerk.
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I have at my lot
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ber number of mules, rang ranging
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There is in this
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50 West Exposition St. OCALA, FLORIDA
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in bringing your sick soles
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Shoe Cleaning and Dressing
GOODWIN'S ELECTRIC SHOE WORKS
Midway of Next Block West of Old Stand
Fort King Ave
Ocala, . Florida