The Ocala evening star


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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )


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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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For All of the Coz23
Theus-Zachry Co.
VOL. 19.
NO. 18.
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(From the Star's Industrial Edition)

Itooms 9, 10 and 11. Second Floor,
Holder inccfc.
Ofllee Over Conuiierchil Hank
(Ullce Hours. 8 to IS a. m. 1 to ft
p. m. ilione 21 f.
OHlre over Miinroc V ("lumililiss IVk
fSrnduate of the I'nittd States Col College
lege College of Veterinary Surgeons,
-x-ael lit the Joum IIoHpttxl Swutb
Flmt Street. t
All Calls lomptlj Ansv red.

Judge C. R. Veal and wife dined
with Mr. and Mrs. D. M. IJarco last
suests of Mr. an J Mrs. D. M. Darco
last Sunday.
Ye., Mr. Editor, why not bond the
county and let the old folks have
some enjoyment before they so hence?
I am sure I am willing to pay well
for any comfort ami pleasure my
father and mother has in this old
The Misses Johnson of Ieroy visited

Mrs. D. M. Uarco last Saturday after-

York, June 20. Mr C. Y. Miller of
Ocala was doing business in this burg
last Wednesday.
Mrs. J. M. Gillis and daughter. Miss
Ioulse, left Thursday for Haines City,
and from there sbe will go to her
home at Tarheel, N. C, to visit rela relatives.
tives. relatives. Her husband, who is finishing
up a Job on a new railroad at Avon
Park, will join her about July 1st and
toke- a much needed rest.
Mr. J. G. Spurlln was in our little

town interviewing our merchants noon

Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Parker were
Mr. A F. llussell had his thinirs guests of Mr and Mrs. J. Sanders

shipped to P.rooksville Thursday. of Standard last Sunday

Dick Harrison of Standard was in Mr. and Mrs. J. A. R rooks visited

nr hut--' Thnrs.l.iv. Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Parco last Mon

Mr. Uoy' George of Dunnellon came day

u n Fridav nluht to see his wife and The men whose wives are visiting

baby. He left Saturday morning for
High Springs. From there he goes to
lakeland, being promoted to the posi position
tion position of conductor on a through freight
train from Lakeland to High Springs.

Mr. McKinney of North Carolina, reach the diseased portion of the ear.

was in our town collecting for the There is only one way to cure deaf-

Standard Medicine Company Saturday, ness. and that is by constitutional
Mr. Hale, a crosstie man of Gaines- remedies. Deafness is caused by. an

ville. was in our little villa-ge Friday inflamed condition of the mucous lin

and left on Sunnyjim that night. hng of the eustachian tube. When thl3

Miss Kva Emmet t, a most charming tube is inflamed you have a. rumbling

young lady who with her parents. Mr. sound or imperfect hearing, and when

and Mrs. R. R. Emmett, who have Just it is entirely closed, deafness Is the re

located here, is taking a commercial suit, and unless the inflammation can
course in the College of Commerce at be taken out and this tube restored to

Ocala. its normal condition, hearing will be
Mrs. A. H. Potter and daughter, Miss destroyed forever; nine cases out of
Dorris of P.aldvvin. Fla.. came down ten are caused by catarrh, which Is

Saturday to visit Mrs. Potter's parents, nothing but in inflamed condition of

in other parts 'are sure callers at Cot Cotton
ton Cotton Plant post office every day.


by local applications, a3 they cannot

Mr. and Mrs. William Gillis.

Mrs. Katie Wheeler and son spent

Sunday at Rockwell. Fla., with Mrs

Wheeler's brother, Mr J. A. Mann and

fa mily.

Mr. Dick Harrison. the Standard

the mucous surfaces.

We will give one hundred dollars for

any case or aeainess icausea Dy ca

tarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's

Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars free.

F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. O. Sold by

Convention Hill. Chicago. 111.. Jane
Taft's ide St. r-d a--uiin ye.-ter-
1 i- afternoon when, with the Alabama
.-nu.t before the convention. and
with a roll eall demanded by Hidley
to determiiie vhethor the convention
should allow any delegates whose
place is contested, to vote on contests.
"ha:rman Root ruled. as two Jays
auo. that only those delegates imme

diately concerned should be debarred
fro?:i viTiiig. In the ase before the
convention only the two delegates
from tie ninth Alabama district were
leb.irre.l from voting on the ao-eit-ance
of the committee's findings.
t'redeutlala Committee Far Ilehind
Wearied by its long vigil, the cre credentials
dentials credentials committee, which had worked
throughout the r.iht. making sbv
prourcss, went on with the taik in the

morning. At 6 o clock nut roarteen or
the seventy-two contested delegates

considered vital by Governor Ha lley

and oiher Roosevelt leaders In the ap

peal from the decisions of the national

committee. All -Z that number, to-

z tiier with some twenty that the cre credentials
dentials credentials committee took up on its own

initiative, were settled in favor of

President Taft. At 9 o'clock the con

test in the seventh Kentucky congres

sional district was settled, two dele

gates being awarded to Taft.

Taft Winn California Content
There has been some biterness over

the two delegates given Taft from the
fourth California district than any
other contest. For an hour and a half

the committeemen debated the right of

California to instruct for Roosevelt by

statewide primary majority the Taft

delegates elected in the fourth district.

The Roosevelt men contended that a
state law Is superior to a party law
or rule. Their fight was based large largely
ly largely on the fact that as the statewide
primary declared for Roosevelt and

that all of the delegates elected should
be instructed for him, even though the
district went for Taft. When the mat matter
ter matter was finally brought to a vote the
Taft men were seated by a vote of 28
to 1C.
Will Hit Into Xext Week
The prospect of the republican con convention
vention convention extending into next week has
become so imminent from the proceed

ings thus far that the committee on

arrangements yesterday took steps to
hold the Coliseum for such an emer emergency.
gency. emergency. OddM Are In Taft'a Favor
There has come a decided slump in
betting on the result of the convention.

Although some bets are still being

made at even money, the ruling odds
are that President Taft will win the

nomination. Some Roosevelt backers,
however, are asking J to 1 and 4 to 1
on their money.
The favorite bettfng proposition now
is on the prospect of a bolt. On the
board of trade there are still many
who believe Roosevelt will be success successful.
ful. successful. There are, however, more of the
opposite faith.




(From the Star's Industrial Edition) :


South Lake Weir. June 20. Mr. A. II.
Foss made a business trip to Orlando
and Ocala last week.
Mrs. Violet Albertson and brother,
Dewey, of Candler, are the guests of
their cousin. Miss Minnie Albertson.
Mr. Fred Perrin went to Ocala Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, returning the same day.
Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Foss started on
Monday for their northern home,
where they expect to spend the sum


This community was shocked to
hear of the death of Mrs. A. A. F.artlett
of Weirsdale. A great many of her
friends did not know she was so sick
until the end came. Mrs. Bartlett was
loved by all who knew her and our
heart-felt sympathy goes out to the
bereaved husband.
Mr. Edwin Albertson and sister,
Miss Winnie and cousins, Misses Vio

let and Dewey Albertson of Candler,
went on a camping trip to the river
Monday. They anticipate a great

Mr. Fred Perrin 'left on Tuesday for

New York and California. He goes by
New York to visit with his wife, who

is spending the summer there.

Funeral Directors
Undertakers and Embalmers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes

Funeral Director.
All Work Doi:e by Licensed Em Embalmers
balmers Embalmers and Fullr Guaranteed.
Phones: D. E. Mclver, 104; C. V. Rob Roberts,
erts, Roberts, 305; Undertaking Office. 47.
Accurate tsulldlng Plans. Ulue Prlnti
nd Specifications made. Lands Sur Sur-reyed
reyed Sur-reyed and Platted. Close Estimates
giade on Erection of Rulldinss of any
eharacter by contract or on commls
lion basis, write or consult me at
Nurthnrnt Corner Ocala Houwe niock


merchant, came down Sunday morning druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family

and took train for Martel. Pills for constipation.

Mr. and Mrs. T. I Steele and Mr. IT

M. Cave called upon Mr. and Mrs. J. A.

P.rooks of Cotton Plant Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Wheeler and Mrs. Rurbank. June 20. Mr. and Mrs.

Roy George and baby spent Sunday Marsek and Mr. and Mrs. Carter arriv

with Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Weathers at U 1 in Rurbank on Wednesday and
Cotton Plant. spent the day here. They Inspected

Mr. Geo. M. Easterling shipped sixty their property in section 35-13-23.

crates of cantaloupes and several car- Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Johnson. Mr. Nel

loads of melons this week. son. Miss Peyser and Miss Dozier of

The mail pouch was hung up by its Oeala spent Sunday afternoon with Mr.

heels at this place Wednesday by and Mrs. George Dyke

Robert Douglass, postmaster. Mr. Ed Hill spent Tuesday In Ocala

A calf belonging to Mr. W. The Ladles' Aid Society meeting met

Weathers was slightly hurt by Sunny- at the church on Thursday afternoon

Jim Friday night, and also a cow of Mr. and Mrs. James Mould and son
Jones Calhoun's. left on Wednesday" morning for Ocean

Mr. J. R. Miller, who has been so City. N. J., where they will spend the

faithful for Horno & Douglass here summer, returning in the fall.

for some time, left Monday for Home's Mr. and Mrs. Ed Adams have moved
still, where he will be woods rider out on their farm, three-quarters of a

until a regular man Is obtained. From mile east of town

there he will go to Wllliston.


Some Oeala People Hare Learned that

Neglect In Dangerous

Mrs. George Clineman left on Satur

day for Chicago, where she will spend

the summer with her husband.

Mr. A. G. Kirck who has been very
seriously ill at the Ocala hospital is

rapidly improving.

Mr James Ewing has been in town
for the last few days looking over his
Mrs. Merritt and Mrs. Ryan, her

mother, spent Friday evening in Rurbank.

Mr. Mullin made a business trip to

The slightest symptom of kidney

trouble is far too serious to be over

looked. Its the small, neglected trou

bles that lead to serious kidney ail ailments.
ments. ailments. That pain in the "small" of
your back; that urinary irregularity;

those headaches and dizzy spells; that Ocala on Tuesday.

weak, weary, worn-out feelinsr. may be Mr. I-.d Hill has erected a new gar-

nature's warning of dropsy or fatal age

Rrisrht's disease. Why risk vour life Owing to the bad weather we had

by neglecting these symptoms? Reach on June 6th, the day for the celebra-

the cause of the trouble while there tion for the Rurbank second annual

yet is time begin treating your kid- field day exercises, the rain preventing

neys at onea. with a tried and proven tne carrying out or an the sports, we

kidney remedy. No need to experi- will hold a basket picnic on Saturday

mVnt Doan's Kidney Pills have been June 2:th, for the purpose of com

curink Kidney trouble ror over nrty pietmg trie races, etc.. an-i having a

years. oDan's Kidney Pills are used fine time in general. All of our friends

One size smaller after using Allen's
Foot-Ease, the antiseptic powder for
the feet. It makes tight or new shoes
feel easy; gives instant relief to corns

and bunions. Blisters, Callous and Sore

Spots. It's the greatest comfort dis

covery of the age. Sold everywhere,
23c. For FREE trial package, address

Allen S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. T. (2)


After a frightful coughing spell a
man in Neenah. Wis., felt terrible pains
In his side and his doctor found two

ribs had been broken. What agony Dr.

King's New Discovery would have
saved him. A few teaspoonsful ends a
late cough,, while persistent use routs
obstinate coughs, expels stubborn colds
or heals weak, sore lungs. "I feel sure
lt3 a God-send to humanity," writes
Mrs. Ef fie Morton, Columbia, Mo., "for
I believe I would have consumption to today.
day. today. If I had not used this great rem remedy."
edy." remedy." Its guaranteed to satisfy, and
you can get a free trial bottle or 50 50-cent
cent 50-cent or ?1 size at Tydlngs & Co.

A few pullets and cockerels, thor

oughbred Rhode Island Reds from
heavy winter laying strain. Pullets

nearly ready to lay. Low prices for
quick sale. Q. E. Peacock, at Star office.


Contractor and Builder
Plans ana specifications Furnished
Upon Request,
129 South Third Street


lei', msm

SHURTS and v




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wnen 1



(Formerly Smith & Roberts)
Funeral Directors and
Licensed Embalmers
Lady Assistant when required
Calls Answered Promptly Night
.or Day, to All Parts of City
or Country
Parlors Located Between Ideal
Theater and Express Office

and recommended throughout the civ civ-Ill7ed
Ill7ed civ-Ill7ed world. Endorsed at home.
Head Oeala testimony.
Wilber Counts, 58 N Pine St., Ocala.
Fla., says: "I have used Doan's Kidney
Pills for kidney complaint and back backache
ache backache and have been greatly benefited.
I consider this remedy a valuable one
and I do not hesitate to recommend it
in view of all It has done for me."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo.
Kfw York, sole agents for the United

States. j
Remember the name Doan's and

take no other.

are invited, especially our Ocala
Mr. J. P. Ilaney was in Jacksonville
a few days this week on business.

And Hall's Texas Wonder has merit. It
gives quick and permanent relief In
kidney, bladder and rheumatic trou troubles,
bles, troubles, and seldom one bottle fails to
cure. Write for local testimonials. Dr.
E. W Hall. 2926 Olive street, St. Louis
Mo. Sold by all druggists.


I Always
With Billy

The best place In the city

from 6:00 to 7:30 i

Weirsdale, June 20. Our community

Is mourning the death of Mrs. A. A.
Dartlett, who died at her home near
the lake. Her death was not unex unexpected
pected unexpected as she had been very ill for the
past two weeks. The death angel
came to relieve her suffering Monday
night, June 17th. Her daughter, Mrs.
Connor, arrived Monday afternoon.
Besides her daughter and a devoted
husband a host of friends mourn her
death. Mr. Bartlett and daughter car

ried the body to Akron, Ohio, for In Interment.
terment. Interment. We extend our sympathy to
the sorrowing ones.
Children's Day will be observed at
the Tresbyterian church Sunday, the
2?.rd. All are invited.
Mrs. G. P. Rast of Orange Springs.

is the guest of her son and family, Mr.
and Mrs. II. 1 1. Rast.

A number of the young people from
Stanton, South Lake Weir and Weirs Weirsdale
dale Weirsdale had a pleasant outing at the Ok-

lawaha river Monday and Tuesday,

They report a pleasant time, if the

mosquitoes did bite.

Miss Lottie Black has returned from
from a pleasant visit to friends at

Anthony and Griner Farm.



Cotton Plant, June 19. Old "Sol"
giving us the best In store.

A week ago everybody wanted it to buying.

stop raining now they want it to rain.
So. there It Is.
Mrs. A. W. Woodward is visiting
her sisters at Istachatta and Croom
and Mr. A. W. calls on his neighbors
about mealtime and brags on his high
living at home cream, eggs, and fat
Mr. Frank Morris of Arcadia is vis visiting
iting visiting his brother, J. X. Morris.
Miss Maud Watson and brother were

The Ocala Lumber & Supply Co. has
just received a carload of red cedar
shingles from the Pacific coast. They
are in position to give you close prices
and it will pay you to see them before


Mrs. J. E Henry, Akron, Mich., tells
how she did so: "I was bothered with
my kidneys and had to go nearly dou double.
ble. double. I tried a sample of Foley Kidney
11113 and they did me so much good
that I bought a bottle, and feel that
they saved me a big doctor's bill." For
sale by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.

Fresh Shrimp, Crabs
Fresh and Salt
Water Fish.
Best Merchant's
Lunch tor
35 cents
in the city.
Any season's Delicacy
promptly served.
Keating's Cafe.
Cha3. Rodoff, "Proprietor


Often the hunt for a rich wife ends
when the man meets a woman that

uses Electric Bitters. Her strong

nerves tell in a bright brain and even

temper. Her peach-blossom complex-

Ion and ruby lips result from her pure
blood; her bright eyes from restful
sleep; her elastic step from firm, free
muscles, all telling of the health and
strength Electric Bitters give a wom woman,
an, woman, and the freedom from Indigestion,

backache, headache, fainting and dizzy
spells they promote. Everywhere they

are woman'3 favorite remedy. If weak
or ailing try them. 50c at Tydlngs &


Merchants' Cafe. A. C. L. depot cor

ner. Meals a la carte and lunches at

any hour.



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at PMim

Gas in the stomach comes from fooa

which ha3 fermented. Get rid of this

bally digested food as quickly a3 pos
sible if you would avoid a bilious at

tack; HERBIXE is the remedy you
need. It cleanses and strengthens the

stomach, liver and bowels, and restores
energy and cheerfulness. Price SOc.
Sold by all druggists.

At the same time, make the Beautiful Ocklawaha ltiver

Trip, one of the most beautiful, weird and picturesque trips

in the United States, nunareas 01 tne Aiarion uounty
People do not realize what they have missed, Do not neg neglect
lect neglect the pleasure any longer.
will leave Silver Springs at 8:30 a. m. July 3rd, for Palatka
There will be ample accomodations aboard for all, shade
and shelter, and special accomodations and attention for
the ladies and children. Elegant meals served, on board,
including in the fare, which is $5.00 FOR THE ROUND
Boat arrives at 6 p. m., spends the night andall day
of the Fourth in Palatka. Leaving Palatka on the return
trip at 0 p. m. the Fourth, arriving at the beautiful town of
Welaka at 8:30 p. m where the night will be spent; leaving
there at 8 a. m. the 5th, arriving at Silver Springs at 5 p, m.
The Ocala Band will be on board and supply music along
the way. Tickets can be purchased at the Ocala Hoasc
Ask for Wilbur Cleveland who will supply any otlier
information desired. Tickets must be secured before morn
ing of 3rd. Take the trip. No care, no worry; everything'
provided; three days of rest and recreation and the prettiest
trip in the south for $5.

MEN Our illustrated catalogue ex explains
plains explains how we teach barber trade in
few weeks, mailed free. Molber Barber
College. Atlanta Ga.

F. E. McCLAXE, M. D.

Specialist in Clinic Diseases

Specialist In Diseases of Eye.
Nose, Throat and Langs


There is one mediefne that every
family should be provided with and es especially
pecially especially during the summer months,
viz: Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. It 13 almost cer certain
tain certain to be needed, rt costs but a quar quarter.
ter. quarter. Can you. afford to be without It?
For sale by all dealers.

Ocala, Florida

Office. 233.
Dr. McClane's Residence. 407.
Dr. Stewart's Residence. 52.


Suite 1 to 7 Holder Block. South wrest
Corner of Public Sqfiaro"

Notrt Call, made by prll appal (Meat,
after 7 p. m. eara day.

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Bittloger & Carroll Proprietors.
B. II. Carroll, Unslness 3Iane 3Iane-J.
J. 3Iane-J. H. Benjamin, Editor.
Entered In the postof flee at Ocala,
FU., a second class mall matter.
marriage tows these days are
too freely trifled with and something
mnrm than confessions should be re-
trt xr them. We had a case
here this ween. 01 -"","c
1-1 .Kn a ir nsrft. lived tO-
roarncu wum
Kether a short time and were here to-
.v,- akin7 a divorce, both seem
ingly willing and apparently as 'r,n'
ly as if they were newlyweds when, ir
the case was properly investigated. It
in one or more parlies
Wing defendants in criminal suits. We
rather favor South Carolina s laws,
which do not admit of divorce for any
cause. Inverness Chronicle.
The divorce question is one of the
most difficult In the world to answer.
but it seems to the Btar that when two
iODle find they can't live together,
they had better live separately, and
morality'would be promoted If the law
aided them to sever the burdensome
chain. It appears to the tar that a
man and wife who are sensible enough
"to agree on a method of escape from
what they have found to be a state of
misery should be praised rather than
prosecuted; and it Is the fault of the
antiquated law rather than his own
depravity that often causes a husband
to adopt a method that Is not in har
mony with accepted Ideas. It is the
Star's opinion that a more liberal law
than the one we now have would pro-
niAtA both hannlness and morals. As
for the South Carolina law, It is sim
llir to that of the Catholic church, and
If Major Butler will read the history
of Europe from the fall or the Roman
empire to the time of Napoleon, he
will And nothing was a more prolific
cause of all kinds of human wicked
ness than marriage bonds that chafed
many who couldn't break them. "What
Old has joined together, let no man
put asunder," has a very impressive
sound, but It has no divine sanction in
the union of any man and woman who
would not rather live together In any
circumstances than apart In some.
It Is reported in Washington that
Champ Clark will resign the speaker's
place in the event of his nomination at
Baltimore and that Congressman Un Underwood
derwood Underwood will succeed him; that Fran Francis
cis Francis Burton Harrison of New York, a
member of the House ways and means
committee, will succeed Underwood, as
majority leader in the House and that
In order to make the plan go New
York's ninety votes In the convention
will be landed in the Clark, column.
In addition to this either Senator
O'Oorman or Congressman Redfleld of
New York will be given second place
on the ticket.
Redfleld is an avowed candidate for
second place and Is looked upon as one
of the strongest democrats in the
House because of his tariff views.
Senator O'Oorman, while not going
as far as Redfleld, and making no
open fight to land the vice presidency,
is in a receptive mood and will take
the nomination if it is tendered him.
Clark would resign the speaker's
place if nominated because he would
not wish to take the chances on plac placing;
ing; placing; himself In an embarrassing posi position
tion position and at the same time the moral
effect on the voters will be better
should he cut entirely loose from Con Congress
gress Congress until after the election.
Jack Johnson, the negro heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight pugilist, and his white wife.
Etta Johnson, have been Indicted in
Chicago on the charge of smuggling
In a diamond necklace bought abroad.
About a year ago Jack was picked up
by the San Francisco police and com compelled
pelled compelled to work out a sentence that al almost
most almost any white man could have escap escaped
ed escaped from by paying a fine. The Star
hopes the indictment for smuggling
wasn't prompted by a similar spirit.
News comes from Seattle that Rex.
E. Beach, admired by thousands- who
have enjoyed reading his stirring sto stories
ries stories of the north or seeing them In
play form, again has become afflicted
with an old trouble of the eyes and is
now totally blind. Mr. Beach was a
resident of Tampa some years 'ago and
his work as an author has given him
a national reputation.
It begins to look like the republi republicans
cans republicans are waiting for the democrats to
make their nomination first.
Roy P. Moody, a well known citizen
of Jacksonville, and once a heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight in politics. Is dead.
The skins of the wild animals Mr.
Roosevelt killed in Africa are on ex exhibition
hibition exhibition in the Smithsonian Institu Institution.
tion. Institution. It begins to look like his own
hide will soon be on the fence.
CKtract Let for m New Cvurtfcouae
for Sumter Couatjr
i (Times)
As will be seen from the minutes of
the commissioners elsewhere In this
issue, a" contract was let for the erec erection
tion erection of a courthouse and Jail at the
meeting held Tuesday. Mr. R. D.
Waring of Klsslmmee, was the suc successful
cessful successful bidder, his bid being considebly
less than the others received. The
contract has been drawn, Mr. Waring
has deposited a certified check for five
per cent of his bid. to be held until the
contract Is signed and proper bond
Mr. S. D. Martin, one of Wildwood's
merchants and .the affable representa representative
tive representative of the Equitable Insurance So Society,
ciety, Society, was here, Monday.
f Mr. E. L Stapp, a prominent young
man of Ocala. was transacting busi business
ness business here Tuesday.
A pretty little girl arrived at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Wicks Sat Saturday
urday Saturday night.
Mr. James Cason and wife came up
from Terrell Sunday and returned the
same day. Mr. Cason is having a neat
little cottage erected on his property
near the Baptist church here.
Mr. J. Madison Green of Webster
was married Sunday to Miss Sparkman,
one of. the popular and lovely maidens
of the Webster neighborhood.
(Sumter County Times)
Mr. Walter Hill, son of Mr. M. S.
. Hill, who has been In Mexico for a
number of years. Is paying his parents
a Visit.
. jOOn Illll.ttliu J-fc vaiuiucia icu
last night for an extended trip to New
York, and other northern cities.


iiev L B. Warren will preach to
morrow, morning and evening u
subject for the morning service Is.
..ijke Christ"; evening. "Thy Rod and
Thy Staff. They Comfort Me."
Pastor. Rev. V.'. II. Dodge, D. D.)
9:45 a. m- Sunday SchooL
11 a. m. Sermon.'
3 p m. Junior Missionary Society.
8 p. m. Sermon.
A cordial Invitation extended to the
public to attend the services in this
The Ladies' Home and Foreign Mis Missionary
sionary Missionary Society will meet at the Manse
Thursday, 4 p. m.. June 27th.
Sunday School 9:30 a. m.
rreaching 11 a. m. by the pastor.
"Subject. "Ood's Armory,
:15 p. m. Senior League.
8 p. m. rreaching. Subject, "False
Refuge Forsaken."
Public cordially invited. Good music
(W. II. Coleman, Minister.)
10 a. m. Sunday SchooL
11 a. m. Sermon.
3;J5 p. m. Junior C. E.
8 p. m. germon,
Everybody welcome.
Jualor C. K. Program
Topi "The Greatest Disciple."
Tfiea. Mat. 18:1-4. Mildred Keller,
Bible lesson read by leader.
Lesson story Elizabeth Cowdrick.
Lesson explanation superintendent
Sentence prayers.
Bible verses containing word great
or greatest.
Names of great men and women re
ference to by Christ's standard.
Mission study James Chace and
Virginia Beckham.
Boll call and collection of dues.
Mrs. J. L. Davi3 of Burbank died yes
terday. Mr. C. V. Roberts went to
Burbank and prepared the remains for
the funeral, which will be held from
Mclver & MacKay's chapel some time
tomorrow The time of the funeral
depends on the arrival of Mrs. Davis
ulster from Virginia. Rev. D. Botto
lacclo w officiate. Mrs. Davis was
a young woman or about thirty-two
years. She and her husband came to
Marion county from Virginia about
month ago, in hopes to give her re
lief from consumption. Interment will
be In Greenwood.
joiin a. noititow
While trying to maintain order and
save the life of a colored woman in
The Dantzler-Willlams Lumber Com
pany's camp In Edenfleld. John A
Borrow, aged thirty-seven years.
logging superintendent, was shot and
instantly killed by a negro. He was a
native of Alabama and is survived by
a sister, Mrs. John White and brother
Robert, both of Cottage Hill. The body
was embalmed and shipped to Cottage
Hill by V. B. Keller & Co.
Mr. Edward Bell died at the home of
Mr. Henry Cason at 11 o'clock Tues
day morning. Heart failure and drop
sy were the cause of his death.
Mr. Bell was born on Noman's Land
an island along the coast of Europe
He said he was "a man without
country. because the island is not
owned by any nation, but governed
by Itself. He was something over 80
years of age. Brooksville Argus..
Mrs. A. T. Alexander, wife of the
postmaster at Rural, died Saturday
morning at 5 o'clock. The cause of
her death was paralysis. Mrs. Alexan
der had been living with her husband
at Rural for the past thirty years
fane was born In Salem, Illinois. She
leaves a husband and two step-sons to
mourn her death. Brooksville Argus
Merchants Cafe, A. C. L. depot cor
ner. Meals a la carte and lunches at
any hour.
(Bronson Times-Democrat)
The' statement of the Bank of Willis
ton makes a fine showing for that pop
ular institution.
lhe editor returns thanks to R. L.
Bevill of Stuart, for a crate of pineap pineapples.
ples. pineapples. Twenty-odd years ago Mr. Bevill
was railroad agent at Cedar Key, bu
he drifted down on the East coast
where he works for Flagler and raises
pines as a side issue.
Cedar Key society has been on the
qui vlve for some time over the ap approaching
proaching approaching marriage of Miss Leona
Kirchain. a popular society belle, to
Dr. Victor Charpia, a popular dentist
Interest culminated on Wednesday of
this week when the wedding was cele
brated with great eclat in the Meth
oaisi cnurcti which had ben hand handsomely
somely handsomely papered and decorated for the
occasion. Many friends wish the bride
and groom- a long life of happiness.
(Sumter County Times)
F. W. Markert and wife are expect expected
ed expected home this week. They have been
away for four weeks, visiting quite a
number of northern cities.
.miss Ethel Sharpe of Orlando is
visiting Mrs. E. S. Vining.
J. O. Fleece, our clever druggist, ha?
Just purchased a beautiful car from
Knight and Lang of Ocala.
(Sumter County Times)
Mr. and Mrs. John Stafford are
visiting in Ocala this week.
Mr. B. F. Harrison is in Ocala on
Mr. Melvin Eichelberger is looking
after business north of here this week.
Judge Koonce of Bushnell drove
into Edenfleld very quietly and soon
made Mr. James Mock and Miss Melba
Eichelberger man and wife.
Help the baby tnrougn me teething
period by giving it McGEE'S BABY
ELIXIR. It is a healthful, wholesome
remedy, well adapted to a baby's deli delicate
cate delicate stomach. It contains no opium, or
morphine or Injurious drug of any any-kind.
kind. any-kind. Babies thrive under Its excellent
stomach and bowel correcting influence.
Price 25c. and 50c. per bottle. Sold by
all druggists.
Ocala Lodge No. 699. Meets each
Thursday night In hall in Gary block.
Q. F. Mershon. Dictator.
32. L. Stapp. Secretary.


An analysis of the soil of
NY.CUy Shows Thai Some
of the most fertile ground
n America is beind"wasTed
on hotels, office-build trigs.
cafes anq departmenl
Hereafter the daily afternoon mat matinee
inee matinee at the Ideal Theater will com commence
mence commence at 3:45 and the doors will be
open at 3:30. Three full reels will be
run at each matinee. General admis admission
sion admission 5 cents to afternoon performances.
What Is Prayed For.
An old darkey who was asked If In
his experience prayer was ever an answered,
swered, answered, replied: "Well, sah, some
pra'rs Is ansud an' some isn't 'pends
on what yo' asks fo Jest arter de
wan, w'en it was mfghty hard scratch scratch-in
in scratch-in fo' de culled brudren, I 'bsarved
dat w'enebber I pway de Lo'd to sen'
one o Massa Peyton's fat turkeys fo
de ole man, dere was no notice took
ob de partition; but w'en I pway dat
he would sen de old man fo' de tur turkey,
key, turkey, de ting was 'tended to befo'
sunup nex' mornln' dead sartin."
Daynglo cloths for cleaning silver silverware,
ware, silverware, at A. E. Burnett's.
Infant Mortality.
Infant mortality is the most sensi sensitive
tive sensitive index we possess of social wel welfare
fare welfare of sanitary administration, espe especially
cially especially under urban conditions. A heavy
infant mortality implies a heavier
death rate up to five years of age;
and right up to adult life the districts
suffering from a heavy child mortality
have higher death, rates than the dis districts
tricts districts whose infant mortality is low.
Neusholme in the National Food Maga Magazine.
zine. Magazine. Whooping cough Is not dangerous
when the cough is kept loose and ex expectoration
pectoration expectoration easy by giving Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It has been used
In many epidemics of this disease with
perfect success. For sale by dealers.
Wnen Patches Were Popular.
In the eighteenth century the tint tinting
ing tinting of a beauty's lace and the nice
adjustment of the patch was one of
the serious businesses of the day, and
occasionally it my lady or her tiring
woman could not agree on such a
momentous question then were my
lady's- gallants called in to decide
whether these important patches
should be so placed as to draw at attention
tention attention to the mischievous eyes, to
the fleeting dimple, or to the e e-quisite
quisite e-quisite turn of snowy throat.
We take pride in our prescription
department and it is our earnest desire
to give you ju.-l what your doctor
wants you to have, in the purest ?pJ
freshest druss obtainable. Senl or
phone the Court Pharmacy.
A Backsliding Santa Claus.
Mrs. Peavish says that before they
were married Mr. Peavish used to say
that if she would let him be her Santa
Claus he would devote his life to slid sliding
ing sliding up and down the chimney for
her. And now it makes him mad to
have to take up a-hes f"ora the grate.
Mrs. M. A. McLaughlin. 512 Jay St.,
LaCross, Wis., writes that she suffered
ail kinds of pains in her back and hips
on account of kidney trouble and rheu rheumatism.
matism. rheumatism. "I trot some of Foley Kidney
Pills and after taking them for a few
days there was a wonderful change in
my case, for the pain entirely left my
back and nips and I am thankful there
is such a nu-dieine as Foley Kidney
Pills. For sale by the Anti-Monopoly
Fabulous Price for Tulips.
Though orchids frequently bring
prices that make the poor man stag
ger. the highest rice for a elegit
flower was given for a tulip in Am
aterdam bv an enthusiast n
$250,000 for it
coxconiHA loige f. u. of a.
Concordia Lodge. Fratpmal T'nion of
America, meets in Yonge's Hall on the
second Thursday evening of each
nonth. Geo. 1 Taylor. F. 3L
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary.


If you think
jyou are some
superior to a
woman any
old woman
iust put your
undershirt on
backward and
try to feutton it -In
about an hour
it will dawn upon.
that Door frail
you inai p
when it comes to
i i
rono-arm worn plus endur
ance and then some can
put il oil over mere Man
Interesting Career of the Author of
"The Wreck of the Titan."
Morgan Robertson, the novelist who
fourteen years ao wrote the prophetic
romance "The Wreck of the Titan"
and is, besides, the author of a long se series
ries series of popular sea stories, is a thor
ou&hgoiug sailor ami has acquired his
"local color" in mot of the seven seas.
He is the su of an old time skipper of
the great hike-!, ami his inherited love
of ships took biin at the age of sixteen
aboard the I'oston ship Ringleader on
n voyage to Shanghai. He remained
with her until be reached Liverpool,
where be shipped on another boat for
Now York After that he sailed the
lakes for a seasou and for the next
seven or ei.uht years varied his sailing
experience between fresh and salt wa water
ter water cruises. Mr. Robertson gives a
suggestion of the hard knocks received
in bis sailor days in some remarks of
Ids about discipline.
"I served a long time before the
mast," he says, "and during that serv service
ice service got kicked and cuffed into me such
Photo by American Press Association.
deep respect for authority that I can
never meet a big brute of a second
mate to this day never meet anything
that is labeled ship's officer but I
want to say to him 'Aye, sir,' and
stand around for him. I got to be a
mate myself, but the habit bad got
ground into me long before that, and
it sticks. And 1 was not naturally to
respectful of autlx.rity either. Even
now. after twenty years away from
the sea. as s(.in an I step on a ship I
feel abje t. I eringe lefore auylmdy
with the vol -e of command."
liut Mr i:olertsons experiences in include
clude include many more than those of the
sailor's life lie left the sea and
learned the trade of watchmaking
and. having Income expert in that
branch of the jeweler's calling, devei
oped into a successful diamond setter.
It was during his later years In the
jewelry business that he turned his
attention to magazine writing, and in
a few years he had made a reputation
as one of the best writers of sea sto
Among his best known works are A
Tale uf a Halo." -Spun Yarn," "Mas
ters of Men." "Shipmates." "Down to
the Sea" and -Sinful Peek."
Like Jules Verne and II. G. Wells.
Rolrtson has the knack of making
his tales of adventure so real and cir
cumstantial that his readers are pre
pared to learn that some of his imagin
ings have "come true. The remark
able fulfillment of hi forecast of a
great sea tragedy had a less conspic conspicuous
uous conspicuous parallel in his engagement by a
submarine boat company to develop





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What sort of an Intellect
goes with a coiffure brl
hair delirium like this?
A lovely set of imported
revcrsible.self-curlind pulls
will be given for the first
sensible answer..
tne laeas sec iortn in one or nis sto
ries, "The Submarine Destroyer."
Mr. Robertson has given his notion
of story writing as a sort of self hyp
notlsm. "You've got to get hypnotized
by your idea." he says, "before you
can get enough above yourself to write
anything at all worth printing, and
there's always the danger of that sort
of thing going too far going so far
you can't get back." So he thinks
Joseph Conrad writes his sea stories
and Kipling and others dream stories
that none of them could do if wide
awak'e. "They are hypnotized by the
men and women who are suffering the
reality, though they may not know
at all who these men and women are.
So Victor Hugo got the stuff for his
tales of horror, and so do all who do
any creative work get their stuff, or
some of it And each and every one
risks losing his individuality In the
process. Ordinary mechanical brain
work, adding up figures or composing
English, tires the brain, to be sure,
tmt does not hypnotize It as creative
work does-nloes not uncouple it, as
It were, from your own Identity.'
Next regular monthly meeting will
be held at 8 o'clock Friday, evening,
June 14th. at Tonge's HalL
June 12th. at Yonge's Hall.
Chas. K. Sage. Clerk.
Flying Too High.
"De man dat alers wants de biggest
an de most of everything," said UncU
ben, "is liable to pick up an ostrich
an' overlook turkey bird."
. A Hint.
Teacher I hare been trying for some
time to get the room" so quiet that w
could hear a pin drop. I have drop dropped
ped dropped the pin several times, but you hare
been making so much noise that It has
been impossible to hear it. What do
you think we had better do, children?
Jleddy Backrow Tie a dumbbell to it
ext time, teacher. Brooklyn Life.
A Reversion.
Matrimony," said a modern benedict
the other day. "produces remarkable
revolutions, flere am 1, for instance,
In a few short months changed from
a sighing lover to a living sire." Il Illustrated
lustrated Illustrated Bits.
Makes a Difference.
Needlework is a soothing and com
fortable occupation for those who hav
no need to do it.
OCALA LODGE XO. 280, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent and
Protective Order of Klks. meets sec second
ond second and fourth Tuesday evenings in
each month. Visiting1 brethren always
welcome. Howell M. Hampton, E. R.
Joseph Bell, Secretary.
Micanopy, June 21. The following
invitation is being received by friends
of the contracting parties: "Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel J. Chitty request the hon honor
or honor of your presence at the marriage of
their daughter, Maymie Ellise and
Joseph Denzil Strange, Wednesday
evening, June 26, 1912, at 6:30 p. m. at
Mis Chitty Is the second daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Chitty, was born
and reared in Micanopy, where she is
known and loved by her many friends,
who will wish for her a happy married
life. Mr Strange, whose parents live
at Hawthorn, where he has lived all
of his life until two years ago he be became
came became an employe of the Tampa and
Jacksonville Railroad here in the ca ca-jiaeity
jiaeity ca-jiaeity of agent, which position he has
filled with satisfaction to hia company
and it? patrons, is a young man of
sterling qualities and business ability.
There Is one medlcme that every
family should be provided with and es especially
pecially especially during the summer months,
viz: Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. It Is almost cer certain
tain certain to be needed. It costs but a quar quarter.
ter. quarter. Can you afford to be without It?
For sale by all dealers.

Most of the fortunes are made by combining
A bank account will help you provide the Caah
and Credit; the Opportunities present themselves in a
hundred ways every day.
We have aided others with loans and advice
when opportunities came their way,, thereby paving
the way to independence.
We can help you by putting at your disposal our
facilities for accumulating CASH and CREDIT.
Wc Invite Your Business

The Munroe &

Are You Acquainted TMi

liim IF!

The open season of the HOUSE
FLY is here once more and clean cleanliness
liness cleanliness in the home and above all
in the places where Food Stuffs
are prepared for Market or placed
on saie is imperative.
Do you know that the Ameri American
can American people have declared war on
the HOUSE FLY for the reason
that they are the most dangerous
insect known to man and are an
important factor in the NATIONAL
well as our own we have begun war on MADAM
FLY. Our store has been screened all around and
with the fight that we make against them during
the week and on Sunday, we can see a great differ difference.
ence. difference. On Sundays we put our poison fly paper and
it kills every fly that comes in contact with it. If
everybody would kill as many flies as we do it
strikes us that they could be kept down.
(ID- EL tapll Groy


should be not only
elegant but everlasting. Good looking silver silverware
ware silverware in your home leaves an impression on

impressions fade. We invite you to look to today
day today over our specially selected stock of the
latent designs in beautiful silverware.



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Store Now Closed;
No Goods Sold,
nor anyone ad admitted
mitted admitted until the
Opening. .





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pendous, Stu-pendous, Gigantic
Sale for Ten Days




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$20,000 Worth of High Grade Merchandise, consisting of Dry Goods, Millinery, Notions, Ladies'
and Children's Wearing Apparel, Shoes, Etc., thrown on the market to be sold in TEN DAYS' TIME,
without Reserve and without regard to former cost or value. In many instances, at less
than cost of raw material. ."

Store will remain ctosei Monday, and Tnesdlay, Jlnne 24th aid 25H, 2ipf
Main or Shine, Wednesday, Jlnne 2(Mii, ad 9 A. EE,

G. A. Xash has decided to remodel his store, which would necessitate the removal and the haul haul-ins
ins haul-ins back and forward of the merchandise, and the consequent depreciation in value of same.
In order to avoid this, and to enable me to start business in the remodeled store, with a clean slate
and a fresh line of goods. I have decided to sell out the entire stock, without reserve.
In order to make the sale quick and decisive, I will employ the most effective weapons known to mod modern
ern modern merchandising, that is: the cutting down into the very vitals of the original cost of every article, item
and garment in my peerlrss assortment of the choicest creations of the World's Greatest Work-shops.

This will be a Supreme Master Movement in Under Priced Merchandising. It will surpass and over overshadow
shadow overshadow anything ever attempted in the value-giving line in Ocala, or for that matter, anywhere.
This Bargain Event will be characterized by enough Thrilling, Sensational selling for a hundred Sales.
Many merchants would be glad to buy up portions of my stock at these same Sale Prices quoted below,
but although it will be "All Flow and no Ebb," as far as profits are concerned in this Sale, it is my inten intention
tion intention to distribute this merchandise into the homes of the people, who will appreciate the bargains I offer.
Absolutely no Mercy has been shown to the Cost Mark.

Read On; Mead Every Line Of Teis Price
Mostt MemarkaMe

Listt; Teem Waitt For Hie 20ttlhi Cemilliiiiry's
and Stupendous Sale.

Men's Furnishings
Men's Nainsook and Balbriggin Un Underwear,
derwear, Underwear, Shirts and Drawers at the
following prices:
Regular price 23c sale 1 A
price JLiC
Regular price 50c sale QA
price OIC
Men's Shirts, plain and plaited
fronts, with or without cuffs 7Q
value $1.00, this sale .... iC
Work Shirts, blue an J Khaki on
value 50c, go at OJC
Men's Collars, going in this sale C
at each OC
Men's Collars, Gold Metal Q
Brand, go at this sale for .. 5C
Night Shirts, trimmed with red and
blue braid, value 50c, this A
sale at . : JL C
Men's Handkerchiefs, extra Ag
large, each TrC
Pure Linen HandkercKiefs, at
only C
Straw Hates, value $1.25 AO
now JO C
Hotter quality Men's J 1 A
Hats for J 1 2
We have two lots of ladies' shoes,
consisting of all styles and leathers,
both Shoes and Oxfords, values
$1.;0 to $.5.0O.
Lot No. 1, per pair in this rQ
sale OJC
Lot No. 2, per pair in this -q
sale . C
Men's Shoes the prices quoted
below are for the celebrated "King
Quality Shoe."
Regular price $3.50 sale fA AO
price J70
Regular price $4.00 sale J0 Q
price J01J7
Regular price $4.50 sale do OA
price JO.J7
Reguar' price $5.00 sale fo AO
price POZ70
Boys' and Men's Shoes, the Perfec Perfection
tion Perfection Brand, value $.1.00 qq
sale price Vl 0


Huck Towels, value 10c per
pair, each
Extra large Towels, value
20c value, each
Turkish Bath Towels, value
25c pair now
Turkish Bath Towels, value
35c pair now

Pure Linen Huck Towels
value 60c pair now ....

White Lawn, 38 inches wide, good

quality, regular price 10c

sale price




Lenaire 3G Inches wide and in the
following qualities and prices:

15c qualities sale


qualities sale
qualities sale






Mosquito Canopies

90 $1.19





Iadia Linon, 20c kind
1 1-4 yard wide
Linen Suiting, 25c kind
Linen Suiting, 50c kind

Kerchief Cloth for dresses

Shirstwaist, very sheer, 35c
inch for

Nainsook, 12 l-2c kind sale

15c Nainsook during this
Long Cloth, 12 l-2c kind
Long Cloth, better quality
Dimities, 10c kind, during
this sale
15c quality Dimity
20c quality Dimity

Mosquito Canopies,

inch for
Mosquito Canopies, 100
inch kind for

Good quality and full sizes, go at
the following prices:
Regular price $1.00 sale 7Q
price 4XjC
Regular price $1.25 sale QQ
price OC
Regular price $2.00 sale d QQ
price $1 JJ
Regular price $2.50 sale fi pq
price J) X 0
Curtain Swiss, 36-inches wide Q
during this sale only, yard .. OC

and Embroidery

Underskirts, Lace

trim med.
Regular price $1.00 sale
Regular price $1.25 sale
price . .
Regular price" $2.50 sale


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

Dress Trimmings of all kind3,
Braids, Laces, etc., in this sale at

the following prices:
Regular price 10c sale
Regular price 15c sale
Regular price 20c sale
Regular price 25c sale


. 7c

Large and complete stock to go

at tne ronowing prices:
Regular price 35c sale
Regular price 50c sale
Regular price $1.00 sale

Regular price $2.00 sale

79 c

$1 49


Ladies' Skirts
All kinds of materials, good styles,
any color in this sale at the following
Regular price $5.75 sale fQ A Q
Regular price $0.50 sale jvf A Q
price . J)fKrO

Regular price $8.00 sale
Regular price $10.00
sale price

All 75c Shirtwaists to go ACk
during this sale at TriC
Regular $1.00 values to go
Regular $1.50 values to go OfQ

White with blue, pink, lavender,

and red embroidered fronts
to go at
$1.25 values to go

$3.50 values to go

Our entire stock of Pattern Hats
go at the following prices in this
Regular price $5.00 sale d0 OQ
price p33
Regular price $5.50 sale tQ AO
price (put&0

Regular price $6.50 sale


Regular price $7.50 sale


White, Blue and Tan Linene in this
sale at the following prices:
Regular price $4.50 sale 1Q OA

price iJJ J

Regular price $o.9S, purei

linen, sale price .

Regular price $6.50, purei

linen, sale price .

Regular price $6.50, with)

long coat sale price.
Regular price $10.00,
Pongee Suit








Kabo Corsets, regular
$1.00 quality for
Regular $1.50 Kabo
Corsets at
Kabo $2.00 Corsets go
Regular $2.50 Kabo
Corsets go at
And $3.00 qualities go
Our line of Lady



Grace and

Thompson's Glove Fitting Corsets

go at the above named prices dur during
ing during this sale.
To close out at the following

Regular price 35c sale
Regular price 50c sale

Ladies' 15c quality Hose
Lisle Hose regular price 25c
sale price

50c quality Ladies' Hose
sale price
Ladies' Vest, good quality

Sun Bonnets, made of chambry. in

white and colors, values 50c

Chemise, white muslin
value 75c

Our entire line of 15c, 20c, and 25c
Colored Lawns to go in this
sale at JLvJC
10c quality colored lawns J IjjQ
12 l-2c quality fancy Lawns to Q
go at 2C
Bleachings, 36 inches wide, regular
12 l-2c kind during this sale AO
10 yards for tOC
Good styles and fine material.
Regular price $1.50 sale J OA
price vl CtD
Regular price $1.25, sale 7Qk
price C






Ladies' Shoes
Ladies Shoes, don't fail to Inspect
this line at these prices:

Regular price $2.00 sale di jq
price J 1 mHtu

Regular price $2.50 sale


M no

price PXsO

Regular price $3.00 sale

Regular price $3.50 sale dQ AQk
price pTJ
Half Hose, pure Silk only ni
per pair 1 C
10c quality. Half Hose only
per pair .. . OC

Sailor Hats, thick brim
value 75c
$1.00 quality Sailors to go


Val Lace. Torchon, etc, to go at the
following prices:
Regular, price 8c, sale E
price OC
Regular price 10c sale g
price v .". OC
Regular price 12 l-2c sale a"
price OC
Regular price 15c sale A
price C

To the first five ladies making'
a purchase on the opening day, we
will give Free, one pair of Pure Silk
Hose, and the first five men mak making
ing making a purchase we will give Free,
a Silk Tie.
10-inch Records, fits any machine
value 50c, going In this sale OC
at ZOC

A Sparc Deal tt All. ne Price Only. Ml (Goois larked in Plain Mpreo
Wc Assure Each and Every Purchaser Absolute Satisfaction.
We guarantee every price and statement herein, and we will exchange or refund
money on any purchase proving unsatisfactory for any reason whatever.

Be sure you are
right; look for the
big sign and the
name. Let nothing

you away.




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things you want.
For the Office
r Roll and Flat Top Desks, Typewriter Desks, Stenographer's
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I For the Dining Room
j Handsome Round or Square Extension Tables, Dining Chairs,
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Reautiful Dressers and Wash Stands in Golden Oak, Birdseyo
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Lurching drunkenly into the harbor
known locally as Aden Back Bay, the
Paiijnab came to anchor.

O'Rourke, from the lower grating of
the steamship's accommodation lad ladder,
der, ladder, signaled to one of the swarm of
hovering dinghys, and waiting for it to
come in, reviewed the anchored ship shipping,
ping, shipping, gathered transiently together in
that spot from the four corners of the
earth, and shook his head despondlng-
A yellow-haired Somali boatman
shot his little craft in to the grating.

O'Rourke dropped upon the stern-seat
and took the tiller. "Post Offlce pier,"
he said curtly. The dinghy shot away
with dipping, dripping oars, while the
Irishman continued to search among
the vessels for anything that seemed
to promise the speed necessary for his
purpose, and failed to discover one.
"'TIs hopeless," he conceded bitter bitterly
ly bitterly as the boat wove a serpentine wake
in and out among the heaving bulks.

"And, I'm thinking, 'tis the O'Rourke
who will presently be slinking back to
confess he bragged beyond his pow powers.
ers. powers. The fool that ye are, Terence,
with your big words and your fine
promises, all empty as your purse!
'Tis out of patience I am with ye en entirely!"
tirely!" entirely!" Doubtless he made the very picture
of unhapplness.
So, at least, seemed to think a man
lounging In a dilapidated canvas deck deck-chair
chair deck-chair beneath a dirty awning in the
Btern of a distant tramp steamer;
who, raking the shoreward-bound with
a pair of rusty binoculars, had chanced
to focus upon O'Rourke.

Vn. Mil' J & tzsfcfe

ne pantea, mopping a aamp Drow witn
the sleeve of his Jacket, 'you're a
good sight for core eyes. Never did
we meet up with you yet but there
came a run of luck."
" Tis good hearing," said O'Rourke
A slight little man slipped a bald
head, relieved by ragged patches of
gray hair about the temples, apolo

getically into the cabin door.
"The top of the day to ye, Dravos !"
Eaid O'Rourke loudly, for little Dravos
was partially deaf. "And how are the


The engineer carefully hitched up

his trousers and regarded the wander wanderer
er wanderer with temperate geniality.

"Good afternoon. Colonel O'Rourke,"

he replied, clipping his words mlncing mlncing-ly.
ly. mlncing-ly. "Very nicely, I thank you."

He shook hands, sat down on the edge
of a berth with the manner of one
who fears he intrudes, and glanced

searchingly at Quick. "If you're go going
ing going to serve the drinks, cap'n," he
snapped acidly, "hump yourself!"

He accepted hi3 glass with a dis

passionate air and drank hastily after
a short nod to the guest, as one who
sacrifices his personal Inclinations to

the laws of hospitality. But from his
after-glow of benevolence, O'Rourke
concluded that the drink had not been

" "What brings you here?" demanded
Quick in a subdued roar.
"I've a Job for ye, If so be it ye'ro
not otherwise engaged and if ye can
do it."
Quick slapped a huge thigh delight delightedly.
edly. delightedly. "I knew it could have sworn
to it!"
"Can do anything," asserted Dravos
with asperity.
"'Tis merely a question of speed,"
explained the Irishman. "Can ye make

Bombay in four days be the fif


"Dravos," roared Quick, "how much
speed can you get out of those

damned engines?"
"Twenty knots," snapped Dravos.
"When can you sail?"
"To-night," said Dravos.

"If," stipulated Quick, "I can pick

up a crew In Aden."
" 'Tis settled then."
"We'll need a bit of money in advance."

"Ye shall have It, within reason."

Dravos rose and sidled towards the

door, a faraway look In his pale eyes.

"You strike the bargain, Quick," he

said: "I'll have a look around the


"Right-O, Bobby. . Yourself

alone, I s'pose, O'Rourke?"
"And three others. Danny
"Yes, yes."

"And two ladies; an Englishwom

an and her maid."

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it cannot be comfortable.

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tant. important. To give the greatest satisfaction to the housewife, all
these goods should be bought from the best store this
store where you find the finest stock in the county. Every Everything
thing Everything you need in hardware is here at prices that, quality
for quality, are less than ALL others. Come in and be
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With an Unconscious, Surprised Oath,
O'Rourke Stepped Aside.
"Looks as if he hadn't a friend In
the world," said the man audibly.
"Looks as if a letter from home with
cash draft 'ud about fill his little bill."
lie grunted In pleased appreciation

of his own subtle wit. A short man
he was, stout, very much at home In

grimy pajamas and nothing else, with

eyes small, blue, informed with twin twinkling
kling twinkling humor and set in a florid coun

tenance bristling with a three days

growth of grayish beard.
He swung the glasses again upon
O'Rourke, and, "Hell!" he exclaimed,
sitting up with stimulated interest
"Well, by Jinks!" said the stout man.
"Who'd a-thunk It?"
He got up with evident haste and
waddled forward to the bridge, where
he came upon what he evidently need needed
ed needed In his business: a huge and bat battered
tered battered megaphone. Applying this to
his Hps and filling his lungs he bel bellowed
lowed bellowed with a right good will, and his
hall, not unlike the roaring of an
amiable bull, awoke Aden's echoes:
"Good morning," murmured the Irsh Irsh-man,
man, Irsh-man, lifting his head to stare about
him with Incredulous curiosity.
"Who's that barking at me?"
The pajama'd person continuing to
shout at the top of his voice, by dint
of earnest staring the Irishman event eventually
ually eventually located the source of the up uproar.
roar. uproar. "Now who the divvle might ye
be?" he wondered. "Ananias, me
friend" to the boatman "row to the
steamer yonder where the noise comes
Whereupon the stout man, seeing
the boat alter its course, put aside the
megaphone. And again peace brooded
over Aden.
On nearer approach to the tramp,
O'Rourke's smile broadened to a
pleased grin, and airily he waved a
hand to the man with the voice.
"Jimmy Quick!" he observed with
unfeigned delight. "Faith, I begin to
believe that me luck holds, after all!"
From the bottom step of the tramp's
ladder he tossed a coin to the boat boatman,
man, boatman, then mounted to the deck. In Incontinently
continently Incontinently the stout man fell heavily
upon his neck with symptoms of ex extreme
treme extreme joy. A lull succeeding his first
transports, he wiped his eyes, beamed

upon his guest and suggested Insinuat Insinuatingly:
ingly: Insinuatingly: "Drink?"
"Brevity's ever the soul of your
wit. captain," said O'Rourke. "I will."
And he meekly followed Quick's bare
heels forward to the officer's quarters
beneath the bridge.
Having set him in a chair, Quick,
still a-gurgle. wandered off, unearth unearthed
ed unearthed a bottle, beamed upon his visitor,
asked a dozen questions in as many
breaths and, without waiting for an
answer, waddled off again to return
with a brace of dripping soda-water
bottles. "Schweppe's," he said, pat patting
ting patting their rotund forms tenderly;
"and the last in our lockers all in
your honor, colonel."
"So?" commented O'Rourke. "Hard
up. is it? 'TIs not the O'Rourke who
would be wishing ye 111, captain, dear,
but, faith, meself's not sorry to hear
that word this day. I'm thinking me
luck Is sound, after all."
Quick had again vanished. Present Presently
ly Presently O'Rourke heard his mighty voice
booming down an engine-roosi ventila ventilator.
tor. ventilator. "Dravos! Dravos, you loafer!
Come up and see a strange 6lght!"
He came back, still vibrant with an
elephantine sort of Joy. "O'Rourke."


By nine o'clock the Ranee lay with

steam up, ready to weigh anchor.

It Is no praise to Dravos to state

that his engines were in admirable

condition. Such was their invariable
state. For an assistant ho impressed
into service none other than Danny
Mahone, to Danny's Intense dismay.
O'Rourke took upon himself the du duties
ties duties of first officer under Captain
Quick. The Irishman cared little for
the sea, knew less of a first officer's
duties; but it was patent that Quick
could not stand every watch, and
O'Rourke was not to be daunted by
any such slight matter as nautical in inexperience.
experience. inexperience. In the knowledge that they were
safely off at last there was poignant

relief to the wanderer, as he stood by
Quick's side, on the bridge, with mid midnight
night midnight Imminent and the ship still and
peaceful. "I'll stand the night watch watches,"
es," watches," the captain announced. "By
morning we'll be far enough out for
you to take hold without spraining the
art of seamanship. G'dnlght."
"Thank ye," said O'Rourke. In fact,
he had long been sensible that he was
very drowsy; the night wind In his
face had something to do with that.
"Good night," he returned, and went
down the ladder to the deck.

At Its foot he paused, turning curi

ously; it seemed that surely there
must be some serious trouble afoot in
the crew. The Irishman could see in
the glimmer of the forecastle lantern
a confused blur of naked, shining,
brown bodies and limbs apparently
inextricably locked. A scream rang

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and it pays to grow as much of tin's crop as possible instead of buying so much of the
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We always have on hand in season a good supply of fresh Garden and Field Seeds,
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We will appreciate your orders and same will be filled promptly. All corres correspondence
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shrill and there followed the sound of
a heavy fall.
Overhead, on the bridge. Quick vas
roaring himself hoarse, without effect.
The sounds of shuffling, of blows,
harsh breathing, stifled cries, contin continued.
ued. continued. A knot of the contestants swept,
-whirling, aft, toward the superstruct superstructure.
ure. superstructure. Something shot singing through
the air; the wind of it fanned
O'Rourke's cheek.
With an unconscious, surprised oath,
O'Rourke stepped aside, his hand go going
ing going toward his revolver. The missile
struck a stanchion, glanced and fell
clattering Into the scuppers. Revolver
In hand, he went forward to the rail
overlooking the struggling rabble on
the deck below. But they seemed in intent
tent intent only on their private differences,
and Quick's roars were bringing them
to their senses. Gradually the tumult
subsided, the contestants separating
and slinking forward to, their quarters.
"It may have been chance,"
O'Rourke conceded a bit doubtfully.
He swung about and moved aft slow slowly,
ly, slowly, examining the deck IntenUy. In a
moment or two he stopped and picked
up a long, thln-bladed knife, double double-edged
edged double-edged and keen as a razor. The point
was broken, having doubtless been
snapped off at the moment of contact
with the deck-house. O'Rourke turned
It over soberly.
"Faith, I don't like to think it was
intentional but me head would have
been split had it come two Inches to
the left"
He returned to the bridge, calling
Quick aside. "You're armed?"
"Certainly always armed when I'm
dealing with these devils. Why?"
O'Rourke showed him the knife.
Quick laughed at his theory. "Noth "Nothing
ing "Nothing In it," he was pleased to believe.

(Continued Monday)


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Certificates for the unpaid city tax
for the year 1311 have been placed in
my hand? for collection and every per person
son person who has not pa!d the tax on real
property within the city is hereby no notified
tified notified to call at my office at once and
pay the same and thereby save trouble
and additional costs.
Carlos I Sistrunk,
City Attorney.

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and at moderate prices. We are headquarters for storm aprons, cur curtains,
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seconds Its business Is governed with conservatism. Speculation plays no
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Keep This Fly
Off Your Sugar
Although Mies feed regularly upon
human foods in houses and stores, they
are equally fond of all sorts of filthy
matter and will wander back and forth
from one to the other.
Dragging their go.rm laden feet and
bodies over foodstuffs, they carry dis disease
ease disease germs from infected filth to food.
We may thus take into our stomachs
any germs accessible to the flies.
The awful list of Injuries on a
Fourth of July staggers humanity. Set
over against it, however, is the wonder wonderful
ful wonderful healing, by Bucklen's Arnica Salve,
of thousands, who suffered from burns,
cuts, bruises, bullet wounds or explo explosions.
sions. explosions. Its the quick healer of boils, ul ulcers,
cers, ulcers, eczema, sore lips or piles. 25c. at
Tydings & Company.
Strayed or stolen, one sorrel horse
with a diamond S on his right thigh;
one white hind foot and one white
front foot, with long white spots in his
face. Any information leading to his
recovery will be liberally rewarded. P.
G. Gowens. Ocala, Fla., better known
as Elder Gowens.
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Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has
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always be depended upon. For sale by
all dealers.
Odd Fellows meet Tuesday night.
You know the best is the cheapest in
the end that characterizes our
You get quality, service, lowest
prices satisfaction, every timo you
by here.
Prime poultry, meats, fresh and salt;
phone orders given as much care in
filling as if you buy in person.
Try us. Phone 10S.
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The entire equipment of an auto as the
articles occur to you. They come here
and see them all ami a lot more be besides.
sides. besides. You'll find here everything for
the car from the limps in front to the
license tag in the baek. If it's for an
auto it's here.
The Moonrakers.
"In the English county of Wiltshire,"
said a customs official, "the natives
are called 'moourakers. I uere s a
Wiltshire story, over a century old,
about some rustics who were found
one night raking away in a pond at
the reflection of the moon, which they
took for a cheese.
'That's a very good story, a very
funny skit on the men of Wiltshire,
but ask a Wiltshire man about it and
with a contented chuckle he will say:
Oh, yes. people tell as how they
give the -name o 'moonrakers' to us
Wiltshire people bekase a passel c
Rtoopidn one night tried to rake th.
shudder o' the moon out o' the brook,
takin it for a thin cheese. Hut that's
the wrong end o' the story. It's alto
gether the wrong end. Them chaps
as ws doin' this was smugglers and
they was fishin' up some kegs o' bran
dy and only pretended to rake out a
cheese. The policeman as axed 'em
what they was about had a good laugh
at 'em. but. by Harry! they had a
better laugh at him when they got
home with the stuff.'
The Tough Chicken.
There are several ways of transform
ing a venerable fowl into a respectable
family piece de resistance. In fact, by
the following method such fowls have
been made as tender as spring chick chickens:
ens: chickens: Let the bird, after drawing, sea
soning and stuffing, simmer until over
half done. Then place it In the oven
with a piece 'of iork laid over its
breast. Tour the liquor over and
around the roast In the pan. Finish
the cooking in a very hot oven, bast basting
ing basting frequently with the drippings.
When ready to serve skim off any su superfluous
perfluous superfluous fat that may be in the pan
before preparing the gravy. -The pork
prevents the fowl from becoming dry.
and if a small onion is also added it
will have a more savory flavor. The
Simmering lessens its toughness. In
fact, slow simmering is just the thing
for any tough meat, but it should sim simmer,
mer, simmer, not -boil. Boiling will toughen
the tenderest of meat.
A Death Lure.
According: to tradition. Kenith. the
legendary king of Scotland, was al allured
lured allured to his death In a most novel man manner.
ner. manner. Kenith had slain a son and broth brother
er brother of Fennella, who to be avenged or ordered
dered ordered Wiltus, a famous silversmith, to
construct a death dealing statue of sil silver.
ver. silver. In Its right hand the statue held
a basin and In the left hand an apple
of pure gold, both set with diamonds
and other precious stones. To touch
the apple was to defy death, it being
so arranged that any one guilty of
such vandalism would be immediately
riddled by poisoned arrows shot from
openings in the body of the statue.
Kenith was invited to Inspect the won
der, and. as Fennella had hoped, he
tried to pluck the precious imitation
fruit. When his hand touched the ap
ple he was wounded by the arrows and
died where he fell.
Animal Life on Venus.
"There are many physical reasons
for thinking that if any other planet
besides the earth is inhabited it is
probably Venus," says Professor Tick
ering. "It is about the same size as
the earth, and its density is about the
Bame. The force of gravity upon its
surface is only slightly less than that
on the earth. The temperature on
Ventjs is probably the same as in our
own tropics, and the dense atmos
phere may be of a composition such
as enveloped the earth when in the
carboniferous period. As to the ex
Istence of intelligent life, the question
19 still open. If it is ever established
that the planet Venus is inhabited it
will be less surprising than if the same
were proved conclusively of any other
planet, owing to the similarity In
manv respects of Venus and the
A Cotton Legend.
Cotton was the theme of one of the
most fabulous nature stories on Its
first introduction into Europe. Trav Travelers
elers Travelers related that In Tartary there
grew a shrub and that when Its ripe
fruit was cut open within was "a lyttle
Beaste in flesche, in bone and biode
as though !t were a lyttle Lamb with
outer wolle." The flesh of this "vege "vegetable
table "vegetable lamb" was eaten, ran the story,
and the wool made Into cloth. The
basis of the legend Is the way in which
the cotton pod ripens and bursts, show showing
ing showing the white fluffy raw cotton, which
closely resembles wool. Raw cotton Is
still called "cotton wool."

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K. of P. meet Monday night.
Elks meet Tuesday evening. f
Odd Fellows meet Tuesday night.
Moose meet Thursday evening.
Dr. A. I Illalork,
pfcwne No. 132.
phynlrlaa, of 0c
Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Williams were at
the Colonial last night.
FOR RENT Offices In Holder build building.
ing. building. Apply to Davis & Martin.
Mr. C. 1. Simpson of Levon was
the Ocala House last night.
Glover Denham of Reddick was at
the Coloonial last night.
Mr. A. V. Buxton of Burhank was at
the Ocala House last night.
M r. C. M u n roe
the Colonial last
of Live Oak
wa3 at
Mr. T. E. Pritchett of Candler
at the Ocala House last night.
T. A. Carroll of Jacksonville was
the Colonial last night.
Mrs. W. O. Itrewer of Romeo wa at
the Ocala House yesterday.
Mr. S. V. Knoblock of Martin was
the Ocala House yesterday.
Mrs. L. F. Rlalock has returned
from a visit to friends in Georgia.
A new supply of hair brushes just in
at the Court Pharmacy. We invite
sour inspection before you buy.
Mr R. S. Hall left yesterday
Raltimore. where he will attend
national democratic convention.
Cuticle and Manicure scissors, the
best that's made, at the Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. Mr. Teague came up from Lady Lake
this morning, to attend to business
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4 South 4th street.
Mr. Will Taylor and sister. Miss
Mamie, went down to the lake yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. Is it stationery you want? Then go
to the Court Pharmacy, for they have
Mr. J. L. Smith, after a business visit
to his. Ocala interests, returned to
Rrooksville yesterday.
Alma Zada Face Powder Is the best
we have to offer at 50c. the box. The
Post Office Drug Stores.
Miss Ellen Stripling has
from a visit to Miss Meme
tha lake.
Cook your next roast In a paper bag,
and get the bag from the Post Office
Drug Store. 25c. the package.
Mrs. W. D. Graham came down from
Lowell yesterday to attend the Eastern
Star meeting.
range, used about two months.
In Justice Lyles" court this morning.
James Robinson, colored, accused of
petit larceny, was acquitted.
Wanted, a girl, fifteen to eighteen
years old, to learn the drygoods busi business.
ness. business. Apply to M. Fishel & Son.
Mrs. II. XI. Hampton has returned
from a visit to her father, XIr.Carle XIr.Carle-ton
ton XIr.Carle-ton at Arcadia.
T. J. O'Connor of New Orleans and
E. J. Steele and August Dilges of New
York were at the Ocala House today.
FOR SALE Two cylinder automo
bile. Perfect .condition. Trice $123. A.
XI. Lansford, Ocala.
L. II. XIcKinney of Ilendersonville.
X. C, was at the Ocala House last
P. J. Brown of Jacksonville and R.
I. Edwards of Columbus, Ga., are at
the Ocala House.
XIr. G. R. Ellis, the Gainesville fer
tilizer man, was at the Ocala House
last night.
J. F. Xleredith of Fort Xlyers and H.
O. Tanner of Orlando were at the
Ocala House last night.
XIr. C. R. Kreger has bought a 1912
XIaxwell Xlessenger runabout from
XIr. Edward Tucker.-
XIr. and XIrs. Jno. T. Lewis of Okla Oklawaha
waha Oklawaha were in the city yesterday, at attending
tending attending the Eastern Star meeting.
Plain and fancy sewing done with
neatness and satisfaction. Apply to
XIrs. W. S. Xliller, 52 South Watula.
Phone 445.
Xlessrs. J. R. Slattery and J. Ti.
Braxton of Jacksonville, are at the
Ocala House. They are accompanied
by XIr. J. D. Young, of Kyle & Young.
Rexall Cold Tablets do the work.
Can give you the formula if you like.
25c. the package at the Post Office
Drug Store.
XIrs. O. T. Green has purchased the
handsome 1912 model Cadillac automo automobile
bile automobile from XIr. Jack Camp, which has
only been used a few months.
Keep a smile on your face during
this wet weather by using Dike's
Peroxide Cream. at the Court Pharm Pharmacy.
acy. Pharmacy. XIr. T. E. Bridges has bought a four four-passenger
passenger four-passenger XIaxwell car from XTr. Ed Edward
ward Edward Tucker, the local agent for this
Are you Interested In riper bag
cooking? If so come to us for your
supply of the bags. 25c the package
Post Office Drug Store.
XIr. G. L. Taylor, proprietor of the
Taylor Printing Company, of Ocala,
was in the city yesterday on business.
The woman of today who has good
health, good temper, good sense, bright
eyes and a lovely complexion, the re result
sult result of correct living and good diges digestion,
tion, digestion, wins the admiration of the world.
If your digestion Is faulty Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets will
correct it. For sale by all dealers.



The band concert on the public
square last night was a most enjoya enjoyable
ble enjoyable occasion. There was a large crowd
out: the east and south sides of the
square were lined with autos. hundreds
of people were on the walks and the
courthouse steps, while scores of chil children
dren children played on the grass. The band
played superbly and the weather was
ideaL Everybody owes the bandsmen
thanks for the musical treat.
Mr. Ed Carmichael. with the City of
Ocala, Mr. Arthur Cobb and a number
of other Ocala gentlemen, went down
to the junction of the Oklawaha river
with Silver Springs run this morning
to meet Capt. Slattery and his asso associate
ciate associate engineer, Mr. Braxton, from the
engineering office in Jacksonville.
These gentlemen, with Secretary Mun Mun-caster
caster Mun-caster of the Ocala Board of Trade,
have been with the engineers at Lees Lees-burg
burg Lees-burg and Lake Eustis. came on down
the river to meet the Ocala people, and
from there would go on down the riv river
er river to take a look at the channel. The
visit of the engineers to this section
and their examination of the river Is
sure to bring results in the way of a
recommendation for an appropriation
and the ultimate deepening of the
The otherwise praiseworthy plan to
turn midnight into noonday on the
public square is open to one serious
The courthouse square, the walks
and the steps on the northern and
western side are the favorite resort on
summer nights of spooning couples.
Particularly on band concert nights,
when every little shadow holds a
couple holding hands. Its true that a
wrap or scarf can be thrown with
seeming carelessness so as to conceal
the linked hands that join the hearts
that would fain beat as one, yet tho
everybodys knows, and everybody
knows they know, the hands are there,
the peach-bloom of modesty craves a
little friendly shadow over all.
The plan to illuminate the square
carries consternation into all these
tender hearts. The greatest good for
the greatest number must prevail, of
course, but sinc love's young dream
is the most rosy-tinted of all visions,
and always fades too soon anyhow, the
Star suggests that on band concert
nights at least the lights on the north
and west sides of the square be turned
off and the illumination of those pre precincts
cincts precincts be left to the moon and stars
that always see and never tell.
Oscar W. Stuckey, the young Marion
county pugilist, will have a bout here
July 4 with another big man, a scrap scrapper
per scrapper of note named Schenck, so all men
with sporting blood in them may as
well at once make a broad, red ring
around the date of the first Thursday
in July on their calendars.
Mr. H. W. Tucker has sold to the
Carmichael & Son Co. a big Otis elec electric
tric electric elevator, 6x6 feet square, to put in
their new building at the Seaboard
sovirc Ki.i:(aT fixti
XIr. H. W. Tucker sold and is install installing
ing installing the plumbing fixtures in XIr. It. I
Anderson's new home, south of the
city. The plumbing fixtures are among
the finest and most modern ever in installed
stalled installed in an Ocala home.
The American Special Sales Com Company
pany Company of New York and Atlanta are in
charge of the great remodeling sale at
G. A. Nash's store, a full page adver advertisement
tisement advertisement of which appears in this is issue.
sue. issue. These people have conducted a
number of sales in the state this sea season
son season and have been very successful
with them.
XIrs. V. N. Camp took a turn for the
worse last evening. She Is steadily
growing weaker and hope for her re recovery
covery recovery has-almost been abandoned.
XIr. and XIrs. Geo. E. Yancy and lit
tle daughter, on their way to Ocala
from Oklahoma, have stopped in Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville to visit friends, but will be
here next week.
XIr. George Brown, the little popcorn
man, at the hospital, is growing weak weaker
er weaker hour by hour and will hardly live
to see another dav.
Col. Frank Harris, of Ocala, the
grand old man of Florida journalism,
was a visitor to Jacksonville yester
day. Col. Harris, who is a delegate to
the National Democratic Convention
irom ine state at large; was en route
to Baltimore, leaving in the afternoon
via Xlerchants and Xliners line. Times Times-Union.
Union. Times-Union. biKAihD From my place three
miles northeast of Oxford, one brown
mare. Any one giving information will
confer a favor on me. Address. John
Xlitchelbe, Oxford, Fla.
Large Bucket Cottolene $1.30
Xledium Bucket Cottolene 50c
Three packages
Jollo and
Packages Lipton's Jelly
Tab Tab-.
. Tab-. .2.V"
Three Packages Sunbeam Corn
Three Cans
5c. Gold Evaporated
XI ilk
. .10c
Three Cans Dutch Cleanser 25c
Three Cans Van Camp's Hominy.. 25c
Size Tomatoes
per can .
Best Creamery Butter, per pound.. 35c
Three Pounds Tub Butter
15U pounds Granulated Sugar for.fl.on
14 pounds Whole Grain Rice for..
Five gallons oil OOc
One package Hecker's Oat XleaL.lOc
Star Hams, per pound 17!c


"Pursuant to advices I got from the
Each member of the club must come
tonight and meet us here;
For quite a few have broken rules
and others want to Join,
To learn the way without a stroke to
make the golden coin.
So every member must be here, and
ready to assist.
And see that justice sure is done to
those who do resist.
And by the conduct here and there, in
deep disgust and shame.
Cause those outside to laugh at us. and
Injure our good name."
'Twas thus the secretary spoke quite
early In the day
To all who came along the street, or
tried to pass that way;
And so the meeting thus was called,
and every one required
To meet them at the harness shop, and
by the work inspired.
Take in new members that were good,
and turn the workers out.
And with their earnestness and zeal.
change everything about;
And keep the name of that great club
before the anxious gaze
Of every man who had to work and
toil throughout his days.
With promptness that is only known
in clubs the same as this.
They gathered at the harness shop
with not a thing amiss:
'Twas P.i-cuit P.arse that first did speak
when everything was clear.
And from his coat a packet pulled, and
to the chair drew near.
"A charge," said he, "I have to make,
against a member old.
And I have proofs to back It up with within
in within this jacket's fold!
His name is Charles V. Miller, sir I
pray you all keep cool,
I charge that he has gone to work,
and broken every rule!"
A dozen said they'd like to speak a
word in his defense.
But spoke the chair, "We'll not debate
on things of common sense;
P.iscuit UiuM" now will readthe
charge and then we"l,vote;
for the proofs he might as well
just keep them in his coat.
For every member sure will know if
they are false or true.
And we can vote as well just now, as
'if we read -them through."
And so the vote was taken up, and
Charles his hat did doff.
For by a vote of ten to one his name
was taken off.
Then XIartin rushed up to the chair,
when order was restored.
And told the chair if all was well, that
he would like a word.
"A friend, I have, to offer $-ou, and his
cause I espouse:
He's here with us this very night his
name Is XIaurlce Strauss!
He's traveled over hill and vale and
lived in many a clime,
And been a member of a club through throughout
out throughout this length of time;
And with the knowledge thus acquired,
he'll make a member true.
So I present the gentleman, as he now
stands, to you."
'Xly friends," he said, when all was
still, "it is a pleasure great
To meet so many of my class I have
not seen of late;
A member long I've been of clubs
whose object was the same,
nd I like this I like the boys but I
don't like the name.
Such clubs as this should have a
name that gives it some impose,
And if you'll take the dope from one
who really knows.
You'll turn this ni' to this one
thought andjnaKVa change.
And give this club a name that's new
although it may be strange.
And now I move, that from this night
that that long name be dropped,
And that some new and catchy one
instead, we do adopt;
I've thought the matter over here, and
think that we should dub
This mighty, ever-growing scheme.
"The Hot Air Gushes Club!"
That name will bring us In good men
who will not Join us now
Because of fear of outside talk, or
trouble with his frou;
So this I offer as a name to bring us to
the front,
Instead of the long-coupled thing of
Will We Work We Won't.'"
A vote was taken on the point, twas
only viva voce;
While many of the boys agreed, some
did object of course.
And some one moved that Willie should
proceed to call the roll
To find out who would thus object, and
jut them in a hole.
The chairman then spoke up and said,
"No need to cause a stir;
I counted only ten against and forty forty-seven
seven forty-seven for.
And so if Xlorris don't object, no more
will pov he heard."
our flMtfttft is right ," said Mocrls.
"sufficient is your word."
The name of XIaurice Strauss was
heard from every member there.
And he was asked to take a seat be beside
side beside the highest chair;
Then by a' vote unanimous, an office
new was made
And XIaurice Strauss elected as wise wiseacre
acre wiseacre of the trade;
And then with words of joy and cheer
of good work they had done,
A vote was taken that they close and
go home one by one;
The chairman then rose to his feet.
and gave his eyes a rub.
And calmly dosed the meeting of the
Hot Air Gushes Club.
The city is preparing to build a
sewer for the drain on the western
side of town to run thru. This stream
of foul water was once a beautiful
brook, feeding a pretty lake. Civiliza Civilization
tion Civilization which has improved almost ev everything
erything everything else, has polluted the once
nmpM water, turned the brook into a
filthy gutter, and dried the lake to the
dimensions of a mudhole. The stream
will soon be enclosed in an iron pipe,
which will be buried out of sight from
the Coast Line freight station to the
Seaboard track and perhaps further.
the low ground will in time be filled
in an 1 the little brook that refreshed
the wild -animals and the scarcely less
wild men of the forest thru uncount
e.l aires, will be forgotten.
Do not leave any standing water
about your yard, particularly rain wt
ter hundreds and thousands of mo
squitoes are the result.
A number of the young men of the
iociety set entertained their friends
with a pleasant dancing party in
Yonge's Hall lat night.
Can furnish from one setting to one
thousand pure bred Rhode Island Red
eggs for hatching at 110 per hundred
Ed Carmichael. Ocala.
You get prompt and accurate pre
scription service at the Court Phar
macy. Instruct your physician to
leave your next one with them.

In onr bank. Yea are surprised (o 11:3 Izn fctsrcci
docs accacralate wfcen yea leave year depfc c:t:i3.
and the habit of keeping year csaey In a rdlzllz Izzli
Is akin to habits cf eccacay. Ihriit and savfc j cad Citzz
are the sleppiao-stcaes to tveali.
Daveyoa a cfceckiaj ccccaat cere? IVs Ce sslz.
sane, simple way cf doing easiness nowadays.

. stokes,
Following: are the meteorological
conditions that prevailed during the
twenty-four hours up to sunset yester yesterday:
day: yesterday: Southwest wind; partly cloudy.
Minimum temperature, 9 degrees.
Maximum temperature, 88 degrees.
Average, 75 degrees.
Rainfall. .10.
A big cake baked by Carter's Bak Bakery,
ery, Bakery, a pair of silk hose and a box of
candy will be three. prizes given away
at the Air Dome tonight.
The silk umbrella furnished by Mr.
H. A. Waterman drew an extra large
crowd to the Air Dome last night,
where they found three subjects that
were exceptionally good. "Cain and
Abel" was particularly striking, the
pictures looking, as one person said,
like they were taken on the spot. The
large crowd enjoyed every bit of the
4-show from the start to the finish.
The pictures for tonight are also,
good ones, and there Is not a more
comfortable place to go and see good
pictures than at the Air Dome. The
program will be as follows:
Curing a Reckless Student.
The Lure of the City.
The Baby and the Stork.
Cain and Abel. (Repeated
by r-
Following is the program at the ele elegant
gant elegant Ideal this evening:
"A Record Romance." A brilliant
comedy of great merit.
"Bounder." A remarkable animal
picture depicting a mountain lion's de devotion.
votion. devotion. "Cardinal Wolsey." A historical
story. King Henry VIII. of extreme
temperament and discriminating nice niceties
ties niceties of femininity. Is giving audience
to his courtiers, surrounded by his
chief advisers. Including Cardinal Wol Wolsey.
sey. Wolsey. Among the guests who attend this
impressive reception is Annie Boleyn,
one of the most beautiful young ladles
In waiting to the queen. King Henry
sees her for the first time and imme immediately
diately immediately he sets his heart upon making
her queen, displacing the estimable
and admirable Catherine. He appeals
to Cardinal Wolsey to set aside the
tenets of the church and consent to
his divorce from th queen. The car cardinal
dinal cardinal absolutely refuses to do any anything
thing anything inimical to his office as repre representative
sentative representative of the Archbishop of Canter Canterbury
bury Canterbury to call a special council by order
of the king. In punishment for his
refusal to accede to the king's wishes,
the cardinal Is exiled to Leicester Ab Abbey.
bey. Abbey. He dies three days afterwards,
conscious that he had sustained the
sacredness of his office and also up upheld
held upheld himself as a martyr to his faith.
Ocala Chapter No. 29, Eastern Star,
met Friday afternoon with a good at at-tendance
tendance at-tendance On account of the absence
of Worthy Tatron C. E. Connor, the in initiations
itiations initiations were postponed till next
meeting. After the close of the chap chapter,
ter, chapter, grape ice and cake was served.
There was one sad heart at the band
concert last night. It beat in the
bosom of a popular young member of
the band whose date with his sweet
honeysuckel vine had been broken by
the concert. But he patriotically play
ed his Instrument, and drowned his
sighs with the music. He'll rearrange
his calendar by next week.
Xliss Marguerite Porter returned
last night from a very pleasant visit
of some weeks, first to her sister, Mrs
Collier, in Tuscaloosa, Ala., and then
to XIrs. B. W. Blount In Jacksonville,
XIr. B. Goldman, the pawn broker.
has returned from his purchasing trip
to New York City, where he saw the
sights and bought a lot of new goods
for his store.
XIr. John Borrow, the young white
man who was killed by a negro at
Edenfield Thursday night, put four
pistol bullets Into his assailant before
he succumbed himself. The negro was
not killed, but an Ocala man who left
Edenfield on the midnight train, said
he did not think he would live till
The home of XIr. and Mrs. S. R.
Pyles, south of town, was the scene
of another pleasant party Thursday
evening. The guests were entertained
with chicken purlo and other good
things and had a royal time. Those
present besides the home folks were
XIrs. Belle Dean, Misses Marlon Dewey
and Xlildred Hendricks and Messrs. W.
B. Gallagher. O. B. Howse. Geo. J.
Blitch. J. J. Pyles, Sam Pyles and Mr.
Judge Bell has issued a marriage
license to XIr. Percy H. Holmes and
Miss Annie Bess BarnwelL The zroom
Is nineteen and the bride sixteen years
of age.
XIr. Charles Cleveland, now head
bookkeeper for a big firm at Greens
boro, Ga.. writes his brother. XIr. Wil
bur Cleveland, night clerk at the Ocala
House, that he Is much pleased with
Greensboro and his position.
Sir. J. E. Theus of Daytona, a fur
niture dealer of that city, is In town
spending a few days with his brother.
XIr. J. p. Theus, the furniture dealer
of this city.
The Court Pharmacy is on the Job.
Lt tnem know your wants by tele
phone and then your trouble ends,
Phone 281
The private car of James Menzies,
general freight agent of the Coast
Line, arrived in the city with No.
last night and followed Sunnyjlm to
Brookiville this morning-.


Fair in northwest local showers In
peninsular tonight or Sunday.
Low rates to early visitors. J.,. P.
Johnson, Hendersonvllle. N. C. Route
At the next meeting of Tulula Lode
all members are. requested to meet at
7:30 Instead of 8. Election of officers
and work for degree team. Let all
members attend.
The following squad leaves tomor
row morning to represent the Ocala
Rifles in the state shoot at Black
Point, near Jacksonville:'-
Sergeant Frank Booher. Sergeant J.
L. Smoak, Privates J."X Smith. E. L,
Booher and Leslie Bostlck. Privates
Chas. G. Woods and Leslie Bostlck will
go, the former as marker, the latter
as orderly.
George A. Nash has a house full of
the best goods that he must sell at
once. Everybody in Marion county
know.9 Nash his store takes rank
with the postof flee and courthouse as
a reliable institution. Read his page
advertisement and benefit by the bar
gains named therein.
All new stock, new building, good lo
cation. H. A. Kramer.
Lost somewhere In the city Sunday
night, a bunch of a dozen or so keys,
with presto key among them. Finder
will be suitably rewarded by return returning
ing returning same to the Star office or to A. U.
Gates. f
Mr. J. D. Douglas, an expert steno stenographer,
grapher, stenographer, lately In the employ of the
StackelMrger Cigar Co.. of Tampa,
has accepted a position In the office of
Attorney II. XL Hampton and com commences
mences commences work Monday.
XIr. Wilbur Smith Is
from Tampa to pay a
father and sisters.
In the city
visit to his
Col. R. F. Rogers of Lynne was
beaming on his Ocala friends today.
Mr. Chas. W. Castain and Miss Klx Klx-zle
zle Klx-zle Williams, a young couple from fit.
Catherine, were united In wedlock by
Justice Lyles in his ofce this after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. XIr. J. Q. Lege, who has been handl handling
ing handling watermelons at Ocala for the past
three weeks, left yesterday for the
cantaloupe section of Georgia, where
he will buy cantaloupes for an east east-errfcoramlsslon
errfcoramlsslon east-errfcoramlsslon house, after which he
will Join Mrs. Lege, who has been at
Rabun Gap for several weeks.
Miss Christine Hannah of L Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, who has been spending a week
with her aunt. Mrs. R. R. Carroll at
Woodmar. went over to North Lake
yesterday morning and remained till
this morning as the guest of Miss
Elizabeth Davis, and today they came
up in the Davis automobile and "left on
the afternoon Seaboard for Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, where they will spend several,
weeks with Christine's cousin. Miss
Leontlne Ramsaur. t-
XI. J. Roess and wife of Ocala were
at the White House yesterday. Mr.
Roess is a well known business man
of the Brick City. Gainesville, Sun.
Mr. Xlorris Robinson has returned
from a business trip to Fort Myers.
He says that Noah's flood was only
the breaking of a mill dam compared
to the high water In the Caloosahat Caloosahat-chee
chee Caloosahat-chee valley.
It Is worse than useless to take any
medicine Internally for muscular or
chronic rheumatism. All that Is need-
ed Is a free application of Chamber
lain's Liniment. For sale by all dealers.
The latest in powder puffsJost in.
at the Court Pharmacy.
FOR RENT Flat of three rooms and
halL A good home for a small fam family
ily family of a fine suite of office rooms Ap
ply for terms at Little's Shoe Parlor.
FOR RENT A four room house, fur
nished; for rent all summer and trob
ably all next winter. Rent cheap to
right party. Apply 44 North Sanchez
street. 6-21-lt i
FOR RENT The Bell residence, 111

East Adams street; two-story, seven t

rooms and bath. Apply to Joseph Bell,
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Z. C. Chambliss of Ocala was here
Saturday on business.
Sheriff Carter anl Deputy Allen are
filling the jail again with law break breakers.
ers. breakers. Miss Ethel Ilaycraft of Ocala, arriv arrived
ed arrived here Tuesday on a visit to Mrs.
R. S. Connor of Ocala. representing
the National Harvester Co., of Chicago,
was a caller Thursday.
Mrs. C. K. Ferris went to Ocala
Tuesday, to visit the family of D. A.
Smith, tha scenic painter, for a week.
Judse Hell has issued a marriage
license to Mr. Oliver Snell and Miss

Klva Rarcus. Ocala Star. Mr.

is a cousin of Miss Atrnes Stewart of
the Chronicle force.
Miss Mildred Willis, a pretty crea creation
tion creation of feminine beauty, who was
here last week visiting her relatives,
Rob M.itson and family.' left Sunday
for Dade City.
A ncro woman who told Judvre de de-Muro
Muro de-Muro that she was 100 years old. was

tri-d in that court Monday, charged
with pilferintr wjfi'ta hies. etc.. from

Mr. Rawls" patch. found guilty and
sentenced to pay a fine of and costs.
(J. R. Chappell has in his garden a
watermelon vine that is forty feet
across and has seven larsre melons
about ripe that will average about
thirty pounds each and he counted
sixteen small ones just put on. How
is that for watermelons?
Mrs. C!. I. Sinaleton and pretty little
daughter. Louise, have returned from
Ocala, where they visited relative and
friends last week.
A subscription list was heinur circu circulated
lated circulated lur- this week to send Mrs. 'arl
Munch to the hospital at Ocala. Mrs.
Hunch lias been a very sick woman,
jand her husband, who has been very
, devoted to her. is unable to bear the

expense of sending her to the hospital.



1 $65 Dining Room Set, Table, Chairs and Closet, like new $35.00
1 Mahogany Parlor Set, 3 pieces, loose cushions, only v 22.04)
1 Wicker Parlor Set, 6 pieces, good condition, only . 1!).40
1 6-hole Steel Range, with reservoir, good condition . 1K.."4)
1 Home-Made Desk and Book Case, glass doors, only H.TiO
1 Second Hand Organ, $17. Another for only 22.4)4)
1 Phonograph, and 6 Records, only .".7."
1 used Graphophone and 5 Records, Bargain at only o.OO
1 used Graphophone and S Records, very cheap at 12.8.1
Lot of used Records, some good as new, at 24)c, :?Oo, 40c each
Graphophone Needles, soft tone, 200 for 14W
Mosqtiito Canopies; Steel Frames, large size, $1.1)0; for iron beds, $:i..'Sj
SMITH'S, Back of Variety Store

f!my COOLING $

Summerfield, June 20. C. Kipper of
Levon was a Saturday visitor.
Mfs Jennie White of Relleview,
came here Saturday last on a shop shopping
ping shopping tour.
W. A. Mathews, chauffeur for the
Carney Investment Company, was a
Saturday visitor.
Mrs. A. L. Reatty of Ocala arrived
last Saturday to spend a few days
with her son, J. D. Reatty.
J. F. Sigmon of South Lake Weir,
was here last Saturday looking after

'business matters.

Im J. Kirby of Bushnell was a visitor
last Saturday. It is understood that
the Kirby family will soon. return
here permanently.
Misses Mary and Juanita McWhite
left last Frbiay for a short visit with
Miss Una Nichols of Wild wood.
Rev. W. J. Xease of Wildwood, and
pastor of the Methodist church here,
held services last Sunday.
R. C. Walker, who came here for his
health about six months ago from
Texas, was taken Monday to the hos hospital
pital hospital in Ocala.
Mrs. I. L. Perry of Pedro was here
the fore part of this week visiting her
daughter, Mrs. R. L. Clyburn.
J. E. Branch and T. W. Dillard are
on the jury. Mr. Dillard returned
home Tuesday being excused on ac account
count account of sickness.
Jas. I. Mitchell, representing John R.
Stetson University, of DeLand, was a
visitor here last Saturday in the in interest
terest interest of the university.
Don't forge that the Marion County
Fair premium list can be obtained at

any of our big stores. Get one. Study

it. Then consider making an exhibit.
Summerfield should have enough pride
and push to make a showing.
Mrs. P. H. Perry, of Terrell, who
has been visiting with Mrs. R. L. Cly Clyburn,
burn, Clyburn, left Monday for Gainesville,
where she will reside permanently. P.
IT. Perry, a brother of Mrs. Clyburn's,
was also a visitor.

Wacahoota. June 19. Mr. C, R. Cur Curry
ry Curry was a business visitor to Ocala
Sunday and Monday.
Mrs. J. Carleton of St. Petersburg is
the guest of her niece, Mrs. J. M.
Smith this week.
Mr. Charles Beck of Fellowship is
visiting Mr. Cedric Smith.
Mrs. V. P. Smith returned yesterday
from several days visit to her daughter
Mrs. W. J. Edwards of Ocala. Mrs.
Smith was accompained home by Miss
Catherine Carlyle one of Ocala? popu popular
lar popular young ladles. Miss Carlyle has
made several visits to Wacahoota be before
fore before and has many warm friends here,
who are delipghted to -have her with

Miss Rosalie Smith spent several
days last week at Micanopy the guest
of Miss Belle Chitly. J. W. Bradley. J. .O. Tyson.
Cedric Smith and Charles Reck were
visitors to Micanopy Saturday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Mr C. R. &Cu rry visited relatives at
Morriston Thursday.

We are very sorry to report Mrs.
I. R. Dunn is still Miiite sick at Willis Willis-ton.
ton. Willis-ton. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Eperson of Willis Willis-ton
ton Willis-ton were visiting yelatlcos here Wed Wednesday.
nesday. Wednesday. They were accompanied home
by Miss Theora Smith.
Mr. Grady Hazel and bride of Saluda.
S. C. arrived here Sunday to spend
their honeymoon in the sunny land of
flowers. Mr. Hazel Is editor of the
Saluda Times and 1 a young business
man of energy and capable of accomp accomplishing
lishing accomplishing ureat things. He is a grand grandson
son grandson of Mrs. J. Porter Smith of this
place and has a score of relatives and

friends throughout this section, who

wish for he and his accomplished
bride a long life full to overflowing
of love, happiness and prosperity.

Mr. C. C. Pedric and daughter. Miss

Winnifred. of Gainesville and Mrs. W.

Wilon and son James of Spartanburg,

S. C, came over Sunday In Mr. Pedric's

new auto, and the ladies dined at Mrs,

I. X. Smith's where they had a most

enjoyable day and Mr. Pedric spent the

day with Mr, C: M. Smith.


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Iouls Welhe CompUlnant vs. Georir
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for Constructive Senrlce.
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herein named, to-wlt: Georg Howard.
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plant filed In this cause on -or before
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It I. rurther ordered that a copy of
thl. order be published one a week
for elpht consecutive week. In th
Ocala. Star, a newspaper published In
said county and stat.
Thl. 21st day of May. 1912.

Clerk Circuit Court Marlon Co. Kla.
Uy Don Pea bod rv 1.C
Hampton A Hall.
Complainant. Solicitor.

leed tinder Ha m af ( kaslrr
4, Lawn of Flnrlda.
Notice ts hereby Riven that Miss
Rachel Thrlllinjr. purchaser of tat.
certificate No. 41. dated th 2nd day
of Juljr. A. D. 18t4. has filed said cer certificate
tificate certificate in my office, and has mad ap application
plication application for tax deed to issue In ac

cordance with law. Ha id certificate
end. races the following described
property situated in Marion county,
Florida, to-wlt: Sw4 of tw aectlon
22 township 14 range 21 east. Th
said land being; asseygd at th date

the name of W. F.'Cllne. In less said
certificate shall h redeemed aecord aecord-Inx
Inx aecord-Inx to law. tax deed will Issue thereon
on the 29th day of June, A. D. Itl2.
Witness my official signature and
sear this the 27th day of May. A, D.
1912. 8. T. Slstrunk,
Clerk Clrchlt Court Marlon Co, Fla.
Notice Is hereby iriyen to all credit creditors,
ors, creditors, legatees, distributee, and all other
persons havlnjr claims and demands
against the estate of Albert I P.arber,

iirct'ai'pu, in jirrnrnt": auu claims uuijr

roven to the undersigned within one
ear fiom the date of the first publica publica-iun
iun publica-iun of this notice, to-wlt: January

3lh. 1I2. D. A. Smith.,

As Adntinistrator Estate of Albert L.

liarner. Ieceased.
Ocala, Florida, Jan. SO. 1912.

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Kendrick, June 20. Mr. and Mrs.
Claude K. Nix and bahy and Mrs. W.
K. Nix of Montbrook were visiting Mr.
C. Mcleod of Kendrick Thursday.
Mr. Walter Turner went up to Mar

tin Monday.
G. W. Ray and J. J. Guthery left
Monday morning- for Gainesville where
theye were summoned to court on the
Strinsrfellow vs. A. C. L case.
Mr. D. M. Williams arrived Sun Sunday
day Sunday night from lioanlman to relieve
J. J. Guthery from duty.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Guthery and chil children
dren children and Miss Ilattie Sims spent Sun

day in Rochell with relatives.
Mr. R. I Simmons of Ocala was out
Monday looking over the crops.
Kendrick Is prlad to see Mrs. T. R.
Sims after a week's confinement in
her bed.
The stork visited the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Claude L. Ray and left a
charmins little girl, Thursday.
Mrs. Cecil McLeod is suffering with
a bad hand.
A. A. Olin shipped a car of "Dlue
Jim" watermelons Thursday.
K. C. McLeod and T. W. Ray packed
a 'car of "Tom Watson" melons and
were very successful in selling them
on the tract.
Shipping season will be over by the
first of next week.
Mr. and Mrs. G F. Warner and Mrs.
G. V.. Crawford of Ocala was out last
Mr. W. R. Johnson of Rlacksvllle,
S. C. was in Kendrick last Monday.
Miss Rlaneh Futch of Iake City will
arrive here the latter part of this week
to visit Miss Relle MeLeod.
Mrs. W. li. Ryals and Mr. and Mrs.
G. C. Willis will arrive Wednesday
afternoon from Jacksonville and will
visit Mrs. A. A. Alin.

Levon, June 10. Mr. and Mrs. R. R.

Rhodes and two sons, Roy and Ralph,

visited Ocala Saturday evening.

Messrs. Alfred Oliver, Oliver Hicks
and Charles Gaulding of Levon, Misses
Nannie and May Terry of Pedro and

Miss Irene Miller of Levon, toured up

to Silver Springs Sunday morning in
Mr, Gaulding's big Mitchell car. Mr.

Alfred Oliver chartered a launch and

the party spent the day at Connor.

Mr. W. J. Frinck. Miss Thelma

Gaulding and little sister, Gladys, Mr.
and Mrs. A. II. Goodwin were out rid riding
ing riding with Mr. Frink's handsome Cadil Cadillac
lac Cadillac Sunday afternoon, taking in Summerfield.

Dr. T. K. Slaughter's mother and
two sisters of Jackson, Ga., are spend

ing a few days in Levon.

Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Goodwin. Mr.

Charles Gaulding and daughter, little
Miss Gladys, were visitirig in Ocala


Mrs. J. S. Waters and daughter. Miss

Julia, after a six week's absence visit
ing Mrs. Pat Hill, of Dade City, re

turned home Monday, to the delight of

their many friends and have with

them their daughter, Mrs. Tat Hill.

Mr John Waters of Savannah, Ga.,

is spending a week's vacation with his

parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Waters.

Mrs. John Culpepper is up from a
week's illness with fever, to the delight

of her friends.

Mr. Will Lucius is on the sick list

this week.

Dr. T. K. Slaughter and family were

visiting In Ocala Monday.



A tract of 1237 acres of the choicest
Marion county farming land. Several
hundred acres in cultivation, and near nearly
ly nearly all fenced. First class farm build buildings
ings buildings of all kinds. Good timber on por portion
tion portion of land not in cultivation. Close
to railroad and hard roads pass thru
portions of the land. Only five miles
from Ocala. This Is one of the best
farming tracts in the best section of
Marion, the banner county of the state
of Florida. The price Is very reasona reasonable.
ble. reasonable. If interested, address Box 606,
Ocala, Fla.


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lustrated illustrated special edition of the Star
can obtain same at the Star office or
the newsstands of the city at 10 cents
a copy, three for 23 cents. In 100 lots
or more 5 cents per copy.

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Pedro, June 20. Although we had

plent of rain last week we are needing

some more at present.

Almost everyone has finished truck


Misses Nannie and Janie May Perry

and Irene Miller were afforded a pleas

ant trip to Silver Springs In a car
Sunday by two nice young men of

Levon, Fla.

Mr. Mealy Proctor, Jr., accompanied

by his sister, Leola. left Sunday for

Gainesville, Fla., where they will at
tend the Normal.

Mr. J. II. George, a promising young
man of St. Andrews, Fla,, visited Miss

Elizabeth Proctor the past week.

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lucius of Levon

visited Mrs. L M. Proctor the week


Messrs Wm. Lucius and Thomas

Proctor are on the sick list.

Rev. J. R. Proctor met a large crowd
at the Pedro school house Sunday and
organized a good Sunday school. We
are delighted to see such a large

crowd and want to see it increase. We
feel sure we shall have a good school

as we have a good superintendent in

Brother J. R. Proctor. He is striving

to make the school interesting and a
Mrs. Walt Smith of Palatka is visit visiting
ing visiting in Tedro now. Her little daughter
Vanessa has been ill but we hope for
her a speedy recovery.
Mr. W. Nichols returned from Ocala
Saturday where he has attended court.
Miss Cora Driggers of Oxford Is vis visiting
iting visiting Miss Delia Proctor.

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Recitation by Ileie Drown at the

Emancipation Picnic at Raman
Dear Friends: Today we are cele

brating one of the most important and

far-reaching events in the history of
this nation The Emancipation of the

slaves Important and far-teaching be

cause of what has happened and be because
cause because it is not yet determined whether
two races so widelydifferent can live
permanently and peaceably together.

Today we celebrate the liberation of

the slaves in this State rather than the
issuing of the Emancipation proclamation.

By, general agreement the people of

Florida gave freedom to their slaves
on the 20th of May, 1865. Although
the Emancipation proclamation had
been issued on January 1st, 1863.

When the number of blacks Imported

into this country by the slave traders

had increased to four million, slaves the

people of this country became alarmed

and the question was asked "What shall

be done with the negro?" The South
was alarmed because slavery threaten threatened
ed threatened the rights of free labor. In the
North attempts were made to deport the
American negroes and colonize them on

their native soiL In the South,, for
fear that the slaves might take advant

age of their strength of numbers. The

reins of slavery were drawn more

tightly, and a system of patrol was in

augurated to detect and crush any at

tempt at an uprising.

To follow up the opposite condition

Mrs. Hansen, In a Letter From
Mobile, Tells How She Gained It

Mobile, Ala. "I suffered for Bereo
rears, with womanly trouble," wrltei
Mrs. Sigurd Hansen In a letter from
this city. "I felt weak and always had
a headache and was always going to
the doctor. At last I was operated on,
and felt better, but soon I had the
same trouble.
My husband asked me to try CarduL
I felt better after the first bottle, and
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of mind that swayed the people of the
two sections convinces us that Qod'a
hands can be traced In Ills dealings
with the nations of the earth.
At one time, we are told, when at attempted
tempted attempted to go beyond the limits God
has fixed on them. Clod confused their
tongues. And I believe that oftentimes
God confuses the minds of men when
they attempt to oppose Ills, plan and I
further assert that the very presence
of the negro race in American is a part
of God's plan to teach man the brother
hood of men.

It seems not to be the Divine purpose
to permit any race, people or nation,
to live exclusively by themselves. The

Spirit of God spread abroad In the land

civilizing, christianizing, and mingling

the hearts of men. It was this spirit
of liberty that prompted -the movement
for an abolition of the slaves. It was

this spirit that guided the hand of

Abraham Lincoln when he wrote the

proclamation of enmanclpation.

It Is more Important to us' today to

consider how we are using our freedom

than to rejoice over the things already

achieved. All admit that we have made
most wonderful progress since our
emancipation. But yet tfeere Is much

need for improvements. While many

of our people have played well their

part in life, there are too many who are
wasting their time and opportunity to
lift themselves to a higher position

among men.

We are nof a free people living in a
free country where we are given the
opportunity to labor and to accumulate
for ourselves. But we. cannot prosper

by our labor If we waste the fruits of

our labor. In our labor let us aim to

be somebody, to accomplish something
in life. We can only do this by saving

what we make; by making the very best
use of what we earn. The man that Al

ways has an extra dollar laid away Is

of more credit to himself and to his
race than the man who wastes as fast
as he makes and the man that sees

nothing else to work for but the paper

bag that comes from the grocery store.

that man Is a discredit to himself and

to his race. Then again I deem it my
duty to remind our people that there
is no better quality than the quality of
good manners and good behavior. We

should be industrious, honest, and

peaceable. We should be peaceable

among ourselves and be honest and
peaceable with our white neighbors.

Remembering that we depend mostly

upon the white people for work and

for help in times of trouble. If we will

live In this way, they to ask the ques

tlon "What shall be done with the


Now my dear friends, although I am

young and have not the experience of

years as many of you have, I have en

deavored today to offer you my little

mite of encouragement and advice.

Trusting Vhat I may have spoken a

word that may help In lifting our peo

pie up to a higher, nobler and better

life, I respectfully remain,
Bessie Brown.

XT ji tA I haPaKv crl traavt that An th t.

29th day of June. A. D.. 1912. the un-v

derslgned will present his accounts and

vouchers to the lion, josepn ueji, juage

oi prooaie court in ana lur .Minua
county. Florida, at-his office In the
court house In Ocala and will make his
annual return as such guardian.

This the 7th day of May, 181 r.
P. It Olllei

As guardian of Henrietta Duebel.

Deed Under fteetlen 8 of Chanter

Notice la hereby riven that J. J.

Hawkins, nurchaser of tax certificates

No. 73S and 740. dated the 7th day of

June, A. D. 109. has filed aald cer certificates
tificates certificates In my office, and has. made.
application for tax deed to Issue In ac-
-irtanA with law. Kald rrl I ftra tB

embrace the following described prop property
erty property situated in Marion county, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, to-wlt: 84 of e of nw and
8 chs n and' by 10 oh a e ar. 1 w In

sw cor of ne4 sec at, tp u range
26, 30 acres: of seU of nwl4 and
12 chs n and s by 10 eh$ e .tijj W In
nw cor of swU of ne4 eo 84, tp- IT

south, range 2 east, sz acres. rne
said land 'being asseasfd at the date

Ul inc ISSU9MIT VI lucn I .I

the name of 1. A. Ulecklnstoph and
Mary Bane. Unless said certificates
shall be redeemed according to law,
tax deed will issue thereon on the 29th

day of June. A. D. 1912.

Witness my ofnclal signature ana
seal this the 27th day of May, A. p.

1912. H. T. tflstrunic,

Clerk Circuit court -Marion uo. jri.


Notice Is hereby riven to all sf realt

ors, legatees, distributees ad all other

persons having claims ana aemanai
against the estate of Adelaide It.
Chlsolm, deceased, to present said
claims duly proved to the undersigned

within one year rrom tne oate oi ine
first publication of this notice, to-wlt
Feb. 8th. 1912. Kate B. Howell.

s Administratrix Estate Adelaide u.
Oak, Fla.


Notice is hereby given that the
Board of County Commissioners will
receive bids for one Gasoline or Oil
Traction Engine of 20 to 60 horse-power,
and 4 or more 3'i to 4-yard capa capacity
city capacity all steel cars for road building.
Said bids to be opened at noon August
6. 1912. S. T. Slstrunk. Clerk.

When In Jacksonville stop with Mrs.
E. Maloney, at the Glrard, No. 11
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Reeltatlon by Eva Dlaekwell
Why we celebrate the 20th of May:

There are a great many people In

the world that celebrate the 20th of

May and don't know why. In 1881 the
whites in the North declared that there

should be no slaves held In the South

The South said that they would hold

slaves. And the only way to settle this

great question was to shed blood.

In April. 1861, the Civil War broke

out, which lasted four years.

During this war Abraham Lincoln

was elected president of the United

States. The people of South Carolina

believed that the election of Mr. Lin

coln meant that the great majority of

the North determined to bring about
the liberation of the negroes. But this

was all a mistake. Mr. Lincoln was a

man that always believed in the right

thing. In his address at Gettysburg,

Nov. 19, 1863, he said, "Four score and

seven years ago our fathers brought
forth upon this continent a new union.

and dedicated to the proposition. 'Al

men are created equal. We highly re

solve that this nation under God shall

have a new birth of freedom. And thai
the government of the people by the
people and for the people, shall not

perish from the earth."

President Lincoln was elected for two

terms. He served one term and on

month and ten days on his second term,

On New Year's Day, 18C3, the Presi

dent Issued a proclamation, freeing all

the slaves In those states of the South

which were still at war against the

Union. Thus by & single stroke of the

pen. over three million negroes secur
ed their rights.

On May 20th, 1865, the negroes were
declared a free and Independent race

of the United States of America.


I) Under Ketln H tC t'faanler
4KHH, Lama ( Florida.
Notice Is hereby given that Frank

Lytle, purchaser of tax certificate No.

701, dated the 7th day or June, a. u.
1909. has filed said certificate In mr

office, and has made application for

tax deed to issue in accordance wun

law. Said certificate embraces the fol

lowing described property situated in
Marion county. Florida, to-wlt: Nw4

of seV of iw'i sec 21 tp 17 s range 24.
The said land being assessed at the
date of the Issuance of such certificate

In the name of unknown, unless
aM iarlflnl ahall tw rdnmd ac-

iAr1tnir In 1 a or tav a A will lasuft

thereon on the 15th day of July, A. D.
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 10th day of June. A. D.
1912. 8. T. Slstrunk,
Clerk Circuit Court Marlon Co. Fla.
Ie4 Under Keetlon H of Ckanlfr
4MKN, Law af Florida.
Notice is hereby given that TL 13.
Perry, purchaser of tax certificate N.
590, dated the 6th day of June, A. 11.
1910, has filed said certificate in my of office,
fice, office, and has made application for tax
deed to Issue In accordance with law.
Said certificate embraces the follow following
ing following described property situated In Mar Marion
ion Marion county, Florida, to-wlt i NwU of
ne'i sec tZ0 tp 17 range 82 e. The
said land being assessed at the date of
the Issuance of such certificate In the
name of A. K. Porry. Unless said cer certificate
tificate certificate shall be redeemed according to
law, tax deed will Issue thereon on the
15th day of July. A. l 1912.
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 11th day of June. A, D.
1912. H. T. Hlstrunk,
Clerk Circuit Court Marlon Co, FH.
Deed Under eetln H nf Chanter
4XHH, Lawn nf Florida,
Notice Is hereby given that J. M. M.
Robinson, purchaser of tax certificate
No. 474. dated the 7th day of August.
A. D. 1899. has filed said certificate In
my office, and has made application for
tax deed to Issue In accordance with
law. aid certificate embrace the fol following
lowing following described property situated In
Marlon county. Florida, to-wlt: Lot 2
block 1 Heddlck. The said land being
assessed at the date of the Issuance of
such certificate in the name of P. Q.

shall be redeemed according to law, tax
deed will issue thereon on the 15th day
of July. A. D. 1912.
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 11th day of June. A. I.
1912. 8. T. Hlstrunk.
Clerk Circuit Court Marlon Co. Fla.
Id Under Weeilaa H af Chapter
4HXM, I .aw a nf Florida.
Notice is hereby given that W. II.
Proctor, purchaser of tax certificate No.
902. dated the th day of June, A IX
1904, has filed said certificate In my of office,
fice, office, and has made application for tax
deed to Issue In accordance with law.
Said certificate embrace. the follow following
ing following described property situated in Ma-

se4 ex 1 acre to school seo 17 ,tp 1 s
rangre 22 e. The said land being assess-
fA at th date of the lnuanc at anrb

certificate In the name of Thos. flail.
Unless said certificate shall be redeem redeemed
ed redeemed according to law, tax deed will Is Issue
sue Issue thereon on the 16th day of July.
A. D. 1912.
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 19th day of June, A. p.
1912. H. T. Slstrunk,
Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla.
n,rirt no nan iririii amn piv

Ieed Under feeetlan H nf Chanfpr
4KX, Lawa af Florida.
Notice Is hereby given that A. T.
Bllllngsley, purchaser pf tax certificate
No. 156, aated the 7th day of Jane, A.
D. 1909. has filed said certificate In my
office, and has made application for
tax deed to Issue In accordance with
law. Said certificate embraces the fol following
lowing following described jroperty situated In
Marion county. Florida, to-wlt: 12. fid
chs e and w on w side of iw4 of ivU
ex 293 feet sq in sw cor see 11 tp 13
south r 21 east The said land being
assessed at the date of the issuance of
such certificate In the name of J. Bll Bll-HnRsley.
HnRsley. Bll-HnRsley. Unless said ; certificate shall
be redeemed according to law, tax deed
will Issue thereon on the 22nd day of
July. A. D. 1912.
Witness my 'official signature and.
seat this the 17th day of June, A.. D.
1912. a Tv Flstronk.
Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co. Fla.