The Ocala evening star

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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
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Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Porter & Harding
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Daily (except Sunday)
normalized irregular
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v. : ; 61 cm.


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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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Theus-Zachry Co.

I caused by Indigestion, and that
disorder brings on headaches, sal sal-lowness,
lowness, sal-lowness, languor, dizziness and a
general discouraged feeling.
Corrects all Disorder In
The Stomach and Bowels.
Its powerful, reviving and regulat regulating
ing regulating influence in the liver and digestive
organs brings an immediate improv improv-tnent.
tnent. improv-tnent. You feel better. The bowels
move freely so that the impurities
that have clogged up the digestive
tract find an outlet. When the sys system
tem system has been thus purified the bilious,
half-sick feeling disappears; the com complexion
plexion complexion improves, the breath becomes
sweet, the mind throws off gloomy
forebodings, and there is a fine feeling
of energy and exhilaration all through
the body.
Sold by Doaltrs. Pric package. $1,00.
' Aak for tba f nnalM with th Bad Z an tha labal.
Ilraa cannot cot It, remit to at, wi will aend It by
sail, noetpald. HI in moo. Ller Begvlator la wa np
laa la ItqoM form for tho.e who prefer M. iTica.
1.00 tut aottJa. Look for tha Ba4 Z labal.
31. H. ZDUH t CO, Prips St louls. Mag,
T Ship PaMMlaK Through Panama
Canal la Pommmmi1 by Kvery
Washington. July 19 Senator O'Qor O'Qor-man
man O'Qor-man of New York charged In the Sen
ate yesterday that railroad Influence
was behind Great Britain's protest
against the Fanama canal bill and be
joined with Senator Lodge in declaring
the United States possessed all rights
under the British treaty to give free
passage to ships of American regiter.
Couldn't liar IImtlie Fleet
Mr. O'Qorman, Mr. Cummins and
others declared that if the United
States had to construe the treaty lit literally
erally literally in giving ships of all nations
equal treatment, it would, by other
terms of the treaty, be prevented from
defending the canal in case of war.
"If a Japanese fleet appeared at the
western end of the canal," said Sena Senator
tor Senator Reed of Missouri, "Dent upon pass passing
ing passing through to attack the city of New
York, the United States would have no
.right, under such a construction of the
treaty, to take any steps against it."
"The only government that has as assumed
sumed assumed any special burden under the
treaty is the United States," said Sen Senator
ator Senator O'Gorman. "England and other
countries have assumed no burdens be beyond
yond beyond the payment of the tolls and the
agreement as to the terms of its neu neutrality.
trality. neutrality. There is nothing to prevent
England from remitting tp its merch merchant
ant merchant ships every dollar of the tolls paid
' the Panama canal. There Is nothing to
prevent similar actions by other coun countries.
tries. countries. The only power that lc; tram trammeled,
meled, trammeled, restricted and curtailed in the
performance of Its duties to its own
citizenship is the one that has spent
9406,000,000 in the construction of this
great enterprise."
Story Afloat la WaMhlnjcton of a TlnmU
Received Thursday at the
White Honne
Washington, July 19. A sensational
story of an atempt on President Taft's
life is being vigorously denied by the
White House officials and Chief Wllkle
of the secret service, but It is, never nevertheless,
theless, nevertheless, generally believed the attempt
was made.
The story Is that a bomb concealed
In a package was received late yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon at the executive offices.
It was addressed to the president, but
as all mail for him is opened by his
secretary or assistant secretary, the
package was laid on the desk of Sher Sherman
man Sherman Allen, one of the White House
secretaries. Allen opened the pack package
age package and the moment he did so, discov discovered
ered discovered that it contained an infernal ma machine,
chine, machine, which had, a short fuse attach attached.
ed. attached. The act of opening the package
caused a certain friction, which ignited
the fuse, and Allen had barely enough
time to extinguish the sputtering fuse
and evert an explosion which might
have been fatal to him. He grabbed
the fuse with his bare hands and ex-.
' tlngulshed It.
Story la Denied
Allen emphatically denies the story,
stating there Is not a word of truth in
the report that he received such a
.It always has been the policy of of official
ficial official Washington to deny publicity to
any incident which savors of an at attempt
tempt attempt upon the life of the president.
Tfcat'a What Yon May Do If You Take
Calomel, Iteaae Calomel I a
form of Mercury
If you as ka druggist for bl-chlorlde
of mercury, he will give it to you in a
red label bottle marked POISON. Cal Calomel
omel Calomel Is also a chloride of mercury, as
your doctor will tell you, and, as ev everybody
erybody everybody knows, mercury Is a poison.
When you think you need a dose of
calomel, instead of whipping your
liver up with the mercury It contains,
go to the Court Pharmacy and pay
fifty cents for a bottle of Dodson's
Liver Tone, a pure vegetable liquid
that starts the liver to action just as
surely as calomel does and is perfect perfectly
ly perfectly mild and harmless, with no bad
after effects. No restriction of habit
or diet Is necessary.
Dodson's Liver Tone gives such per perfect
fect perfect satisfaction In curing constipa constipation
tion constipation and torpid liver that the Court
pharmacy will give the money back
to any person who tries it and oes not
find it a perfect substitute for calomel.
The Ocala News Co., G. W. Martin,
proprietor, has a large supply of coun county
ty county schools books on hand.

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VOL. 19.



Seasonable Goods of Every Sort Especially Low Priced to Create
Ten Days of Spirited Buying
We want to sell about three times as much goods during this period as we ordinarily do, so we have selected our
entire Dry Goods Department and lowered prices in a manner that will surely interest every economically inclined
buyer. The merchandise embraced in this lowering prices is thoroughly desirable in every way. The patterns
are correct. Every yard of goods in our store has been bought this season. You have probably planned to pur purchase
chase purchase much of the very goods on sale at our regular prices beginning Monday morning, you can choose from
these same goods and Pay Much Less than you expected.
You will, of course, appreciate the necessity of coming just. as early as you can and as often as you can ---every
day would be best. Many of the lots will hardly last the day thru each day will see some new and extra special
lot go on sale.

When You Get a
To Do
25 Yards
Unbleached Sheeting
Real 6 cents Value
For $1.00
19 Yards
Bleached Sheeting
Good 8 cent Value
For $1.00
15 Yards
39 inch Sea Island
Soft Finish
10 cent Value
For $1.00
13 Yards
Bleached Cambric
12 cent Value
For $1.00
9- 4 Unbleached Sheetings,
good grade, per yard .... X C
10- 4 Unbleached Sheetings, n q
good grade, per yard ... XC
9-4 Bleached Sheetings, good -i Q
grade, per yard lOC
Yard-wide Bleaching, real 7c
value, at yard OC
Yard-wide Bleaching, real 9c y
value, per yard C
Yard-wide Bleaching, no starch, q
real -10c value, per yard. OC
Yard-wide Bleaching, real
heavy 12 c value, per yard
Bleached Cambric, yard-wide,
10c values, per yard
Bleached Cambric, real good 0
12c value at per yard. ... OC
Bleached Cambric, Berkley, r
the very best, per yard. . 1UC
Yard-wide Nainsook, very r
soft, per yard 1UC
Unbleached Sea Island, yard-wide,
6c values, per a it
yard 4'2C
Unbleached Sea Island, yard-wide,
8 values, per CllU
yard 0;2C
Unbleached Sea Island, 39 inches
wide, real soft, 10c values,
per yard C
Oil Cloth, fancy patterns, the
25c kind, per yard




Glimpse of Such Extra Special Values as These You'll Not Wonder That we Expect
About Three Times as Much Business During This Period as Ordinarily

Yard-wide Messalines, all colors, $1
values, per 7C
yard OC
Striped Poplins, all colors, regular
25c seller, per f
yard lUC
Silk Striped Pongee, assorted colors,
25c value, per f r
yard lUC
Mercerized Striped Poplins, all col colors,
ors, colors, 25c values, per i r
yard IOC
Striped Soisette, best for 1
shirts, 25c values, yard. IOC
Summer Silks, all colors, 25c i r
and 29c values, per yard IOC
Solid Color Pongees, assorted
colors, 19c values, yard. 1UC
High Grade Pongees, assorted colors,
25c values, per 1
yard X"tL"C
Fancy Dress Lawns, assorted
colors, 10c values, at yard C
Fast Color Dress Lawns, only
a few 5c values, at per yard OC
White Waistings, assorted pat-
terns, 10c values, per yard C
Fancy White Goods, assorted de designs,
signs, designs, 15c values, per 1 f
yard lUC
White Goods suitable for dresses,
19c values, per n
yard luC
Real nice White Goods, 25c 1 r
and 29c values per yard IOC
Curtain Scrim, newest patterns, rj
per yard C
Curtain Srim. real heavy, very new newest
est newest 25c values, per 1 r
yard IOC
5S-inch Table Damask. Fancy Pat
terns, 29c values, at per
GO-inch Mercerized Table Damask,
49c values, at pur
70-inch Linen Table Damask,
65c values, per yard .
43 c
70-inch All Linen Table Damask,
75c values, at per CO
yard OC
72-inch Highly Mercerized Table
Damask, 75c values, per rjn
yard Oi7C
72-inch All Linen Table Damask,
nothing better at $1.25, at CA
per yard OtC
70-inch All Linen Table Damask,
very smooth, at per nn
yard 70C
72-inch All Linen Table Damask, $2
values, at per t 1 Q
yard J 1 X

FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1912.


my fti, afl Urns

s SlMi
Yard-wide Bordered White Goods,
. very new 25c values, per
yard IOC
Yard-wide Brown Dress Linens, 30c
and 35c values, for per no
yard ZuC
Yard-wide Drown Dress- Linens, 29c
values, for per q
yard ltC
Yard-wide Brown Dress Linens, 25c
values, for per
yard X O C
Galatea, the good grade, assorted
colors, 15c value, per f g
yard XUC
Good grade Shirtings, very T
heavy grade, per yard. ... t
Light Weight Blue Denims, at n
per yard Oi
Light Weight Bed Tickings, at y
per yard w
Fast color Apron Ginghams. 7c
grade at 4?i 5artl
The best grade Apron Gins-
hams, Sc values, per yard. VJl
Remember that every yard of
goods in our store has been reduced
"for this sale; nothing is reserved. W e
could not begin to price all the goods
we sell by the yard in this advertisement.

A 3
Few "Bp-1

NO. 41.


Yard-wide Pajama Checks, best -r
for underwear, 10c values for C
Drown Dress Linen (pure linen weft)
good values for, per f g
yard 1UC
Fancy Dress Ginghams, our
regular 10c grade at, yard C
Linen Finish Chambray, all j
colors, 10c values, per yard C
Chambray, fair. quality goods, r
Sc value, at per yard.... DC
Toile Du Xord Dress Ginghams, well
known brand, at per r
yard 1UC
Percales, all colors, warranted fast,
real 10c values, at per 07
yard C
Striped Madras, fast colors, good
shirtings, 15c values, at -l r
Iter yard XUC
Fast Color Calicoes, light and a
dark patterns, per yard. . frC
Calicoes, the best made, all c
colors, at per yard OC
All Linen Sheeting, suitable for
suits, $1.50 values,' at per 7A
yard I
Linen Waistings, yard-wide, Q
25c values at per yard. XC
All Linen Waistings, yard- O y
wide, 35c grade, per yard afrC
Real Fine Linen Waistings, yard yard-wide.
wide. yard-wide. 75c values at per At
yard 49C
Linen Suitings, yard-wide, good
grades, at per Ol
yard, 19c to 4C


m m


It has been our custom to have two great
sales a year, but owing to the fact that it is
not time for our semi-annual sale we have
decided to have this preliminary sale at pres present
ent present and assure you that never before has
your money gone further than it will at this
Do not get confused with other sales but
look for Frank's store on the corner, opposite
Ocala National Bank. This sale lasts ten
days only.


Laces and
Every yard of lace and embroidery
has been reduced for this sale. We
only mention a few of the prices.
Our stock is probably the largest In
the city of this line..
Cambric Embroidery Edging, ten
inches wide, 15c value, per Q
yard OC
17-inch Embroidery, very showy,
good quality, per r
yard XUC
27-inch Lawn and Cambric embroid
ery Edging, per
45-inch Embroidery Flounc-
Ing, very good, per yard 0C
Every yard of laces and embroid embroidery
ery embroidery has been greatly reduced for this
sale. It is really your only chance
to obtain trimmings at the very low lowest
est lowest of prices.
A Few Specials in
Sheets and Pillow
81x90-inch Sheet, no seams,
very good quality, at frizC
7 2x9 0-!nch Sheets, seamed
center, 50 values, at.
42-36-Inch Pillow Case, very e
good, at only OC
4 2x3 6-inch Pillow Case, real 11' 11'-'15c
'15c 11'-'15c value at 1 1C







- Bittinger, & Carroll Proprietors.
R. R. Carroll, linslness Manager.
, J. II Benjamin, Editor.

Entered In the postofflce at Ocala,

Fla., as second class mail matter.


The editor of the Ocala Star boasts

of a more Intimate acquaintance with
the night side of Tampa and the do doings
ings doings of Its underworld than has been
acaulred by the present writer by a

residence of more than thirty years.
Tampa Times.

If the Times can produce any article,
paragraph or sentence in which the
editor of the Star has. boasted of his
acquaintance with the underworld in

ireneral. or the underworld of Tampa there Is

in particular, the editor of the Star Starke

disappointed, but he Is a disciplined

politician, and sound at heart, and

will adjust himself to events.

To have a campaign open with some

distribution of hostilities among the

openers is not such a bad thin?. The
hostilities are apt to come anyhow.

and it is probably safer to have them

start early and abate than start late
and strengthen. With Mr. Clark pro

fessing sentiments of diminished kind kindness
ness kindness for Mr. Bryan, and Mr. Bryan for

Messrs. Murphy, Belmont, Ryan. Sul

livan. Taggart and other brethren, and

them, and theirs, presumably, for him.

there seems to be no one with leisure

to hate the candidate except 3iarse

Henry, and he will support the ticket.

and will learn in time, we hope, to like


Our friend of the Ocala Evening Star

sneers at the present editorial writer
of the Times because he was once a

resident of Starke? Is there anything
the matter with Starke? Tampa Times.

Nay, nay, Pauline; we did not sneer

at you: and we cheerfully testify that

nothing the matter with

There is nothing much the

will gladly buy the liquid refreshment I matter with you, either; only you need

for the entire Times force on the oc-1 to have the varnish knocked off. The

caslon of his next Sunday visit to Tarn-I Florida newspaper men will do that

t,a I for you if you stay with them long

" a

A man who doesn't know the under- enough.

world exists, who doesn't know enough

to find his way about in it, may make 0ne of those things that outsiders

good on a religious or agricultural I should let severely alone is a nice lit

journal, but he is out of place in news- tie newspaper controversy between

paper work. I two that are amply able to take care

We regret that we must Infer by the 0f themselves.

fnre-ninsp extract, and another, from

the Times, that Its proprietor and edl
tor are personally sore over this con
troversy. which they started them

selves. If so, they can profitably learn

from the average prizefighter, who.

win or lose, shakes hands with his op
ponent after the scrap.

Tampa Times.

A controversy between two newspa

pers Is public property, and the Star is
glad to have the other newspapers

mix In. By the way, we notice that

the Times publishes approvingly fav

orable comments to Its side of the case

by the St. Augustine Record and the

Wauchula Advocate.


I'l n t ii nrnnimiftiT

II. b. I. U. UraililLUl!


We ought to have remembered the

truth that the hit dog always howls.

The last issue of the Times reminds

us or tne no less odvious xaci mat u

Th rnitnniinc nmmfnt from Life on

the Baltimore nominations are of spe- Tampa Times

rial interest, as they probably show

the drift of Intelligent northern sent!

ment more correctly than those from Is the pinched baby that squalls.

any other journal:
. . ....II

Perhaps mere was anneues When a "rube" visits the city he

date than Governor Wilson for the lt t aturallv to the lower lev-

democrats to nominate, but, if so. It Is elg He wanta to see the sights." and

his idea of the sights Is those things

that are seen only by electric light in

the "wee sma hours." Tampa Times.

We read something like this is one

I of the New York dallies about thirty

years ago. It was original then, but

lis somewhat stale now.

for someone else to name him. we

can't. To our mind he came to seem
the democracy's best bet, even though

not so certainly its best man. It seems

a marvelous thing that the nomina

tion should finally have come to him;

almost Incredible even now. Four dem

ocratlc conventions we had seen select
candidates that seemed, and were, pre

destined to defeat, until It seemed as The Ocala Star, In discussing an edl

thouah that was a fixed democratic torlal published In the Tampa Times.

habit. Behold, at Baltimore, after the latter fairly weeping over the sins

truerllne a week, our brethren choose o Ocala for having permitted a prize

the last man their opponents wished to fight on the fourth of July, concludes

see selected! iwitn tne toiiowing very wise ana
i rnnArf..ii Think nf it? of the I proper remarks: "The Star does not

force finally aealnst Dr Wilson: of approve of prize fighting as a profes-

hla nronensity to kill himself off in the sion. It thinks. In the present condi

preliminary campaign by indiscretions tion of society, that boxing is as use-

anrt Imnatlences: of the DODUlar IUI- nonoraoie ana necessary as any

strength and attractiveness of Mr. other manly sport, and that It should

Clark! Wond

just an exam

ltatlon that

years for the friends of regulation to
"make good" on their claims. That is

long enough. Now give prohioition a

id attractiveness ,of Mr. other manly sport, and that ,lt shoulc
aerfut; wonderful! But it Is bp, a part of evry,you nanVtrarfr
mile kyf the aort" of preclp- W The .Star; belietes that vtf well
Is liable to result when all conducted boxing-exhibition Is moT

the forces are let loose. They were all
loose at Baltimore. Everyone who had
anything to say and the courage to say

lt, got a chance.

The democrats owe Governor Wil

son's nomination first of all to Colonel

George Harvey, his Columbus, who was

out prospecting for candidates, and

discovered him trying to Insert the

virus nf dtmnriiiv Into the resisting

mind of Moses Taylor Pyne. Colonel Times-Union

Harvey gradually detached him from

that employment, conferred upon him

by four years of devoted diligence the

publicity so necessary, to a political

leader, and finally produced him as a

candidate for governor of New Jersey"?

Next to Senator James Smith, who

permitted him to be .nominated for

governor of New Jersey;

Next to the said Senator Smith for

affording him the corpus vile for an

Illustration of insubordination to boss


Next to the said Colonel Harvey

again for the means for an exhibition

of detaohment from the interests;

Next to the Hearst papers for ex extensive
tensive extensive adVertisement of Mr. Hearst's

dissatisfaction with him;

Next to Senator Martlne, for serv

ices In illustrating how great a load he

can carry;

Next to Mr. Jollne, for disclosing

his capacity to harbor a natural, hu

man Impatience with Mr. Bryan;

Next to the Sun, for general critl

clsm, and advertisement, of his quail


Next, and in very important meas

ure, to Mr. Roosevelt, whose bolting
specter hung like a brick house over
the Baltimore convention, threatening

to fall and squash any weak nominee;

Next, a little, to the World for root

Ing for him at the right time;

Next, and considerably, to Mr. Bry

an,, for killing off all the other candi candidates,
dates, candidates, including Ttimse'lf, and making

him the only likely refuge of the shep-


Next to Charles Murphy and Dan'le
Cohalan, for attending the convention
at Baltimore and Imposing the vote of

New York upon Mr. Clark.

The rest of what was done was done

by Governor Wilson himself, and hi
friends. Including Mr. McCombs, hi

manager, the result being superinduc

ed by destiny, which, cutting into the
final crisis, shapes the rough-hewn

ends, and makes all things work to together
gether together for the futherance of what is

to be.

it is important to have a competent

vice-president, and Governor Marshall

Is an excellent candidate for that of

fice. He Is a democrat who can carry

Indiana for himself, and can help carry

It for Governor Wilson. He Is peacea

ble, sensible, 'responsible and lntelll

gent; not so urgent a radical, perhaps,
as some others, but a progressive, and

plenty radical enough.

For the democrats to offer the coun

try such a ticket is miraculous. But,

after all. it Is a representative ticket;

and the whole democratic party seems
to be behind It. That is because events
have caught up with the progressive

democrats, and dragged the unprogres-

sive ones after them.

There were two objections to hav

lng the nomination go to Mr. Under

wood. One was that he would hardly
serve as well as Mr. Wilson to quench

the Roosevelt propensity; the other
that he Is almost indispensable where
he Is to the success of a democrat

ic administration. More than any of

his brethren, he seems like a man

whose feet are on the solid earth, and

bis head In consequence not In the
clouds. He Is a constructive man. by
no .means lacking in courageous en enterprise,
terprise, enterprise, not afraid of responsibility,
but never combative for the sake of
combat. He should be a great prop
to a dc-moncratlc administration If we
have one. Nobody stands better for
the brains of the party; no one more
for Its hopes; no one more for the
whole of It. Including every member
who wants the country to prosper un under
der under wise laws justly administered.
'.Mr. Clark, being hunTan. Is doubtless


decent for not only boys, but girls, to
attend than a good 25 per cent of the
plays that are staged." The Star calls
attention to what might be called in

consistency on the part of the Times,

but the press and public are chiefly
interested in Editor Benjamin's clear

statement of position and sensible

view of the "manly art" when placed

on a oasis or legitimate sports.

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Phones: D. E. Mclver, 104; C. V. Rob Roberts,
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The fight brought on by the wets.

by a wet and dry election, resulted in
Leon county remaining dry. The

thinking people knew full well that
the Florida Woman's College would be
moved from a liquor county and the
blot on the honor of our state's having
saloons run in her capital city kept the

county dry.

The Code of Hammurabi
In the winter of 1901-2, an expedi

tion of the French government dis

covered on the acropolis at Susa some
broken fragments of a black granite
monument on which was engraved the
Code of Hammurabi. 1
This Babylonian monarch. In order
that the strong might not oppress the
weak, that his people might know
their rights, that order might be main maintained
tained maintained throughout his kingdom, caus caused
ed caused his Code of Laws to be carved in

monuments, which monuments were
set up In different parts of his jurisdic

tion that all might read and know.

This was done about 2250 B. C. more

than a thousand years before the Elam Elam-lte
lte Elam-lte conquest. Hammurabi Is generally

identified with Amarphel (Genesis xiv:

1), the sixth king of the first dynasty

of Babylon. We know much of this

man because L. W. King, the British
assyriologlst. has done into English

the letters that Hammurabi wrote to
Sln-ldinnam and also the Chronicles of

the Kings of Babylon.

Hammurabi had a lot of trouble
with the saloon keepers of his time

because they oppressed the women and

children of his day. So he drafted ex
cise laws to "regulate" the liquor traf

flee, which laws can now be read in

the recovered Code.

The behavior of the saloon keepers

of 4,000 years ago was very much the
same as that of the licensed liquor
dealers of today in this country. First,
they swindled the people by short
measure and this led to the enactment
of section 108 of Hammurabi's Code

which read:

"If a wine seller do not receive grain
as the price of drink, but if she re

ceived money by the great stone, or

make the measure of drink smaller
than the measure for corn, they shall
call that wine seller to account, and
they shall throw her Into the water."
The Babylonian saloons were cen centers
ters centers of crime and disorder Just as sa saloons
loons saloons everywhere are today. This led
the king to enact a provision regulat regulating
ing regulating the matter. Section 109 of the
Code read:
"If outlaws collect in the house of a
wine seller, and she does not arrest
these outlaws and bring them to the
palace, that wine seller shall be put to
It was also found necessary to en

act a statute to prevent the clergy
from frequenting the legalized liquor
shops.; Section 110 read:
"If a priestess who Is now living in
a (untranslated) open a wineshop Or
enter a wineshop for a drink, they
shall turn that woman."
Then Hammurabi's people had a lot
of trouble about buying wine on
credit, especially in time of harvest
when the people needed to be sober in

order to garner their crops. So it was

enacted that whoso sold wine on credit

at such a time could not recover the

full value of the same. Section 3 gov
erning or regulating this matter read

"If a wine seller give 60 KA of

drink on credit, at the time of
harvest she sHall receive 50 KA of


This system of regulating the liquor
traffic was instituted more than four

thousand years ago.

The attempts at regulation failed

and the civilization of Babylon was

snuffed out In an orgy of drink that
has been chronicled in song and legend

and history of the-ages to this day.

Egypt tried the drink and Egyptian

civilization is now a dream of the past.

Greec tried It and a few years ago

the outlandish, total abstaining Turk?

chased the remains of Greek civiliza

tion all over Thessaly.

Rome tried drink and now the rav-

ellings of Roman civilization are wari-

dering about the country with mon

keys and hand organs, collecting pen

nies from thrifty abstainers.

t or rour tnousand years or more

since the days of Hammurabi, on

civilization after another has tried to

cure the evils of drink by some sys
tem of regulation but failure has In

variably followed failure with unerr

ing Toll of the ages.
In this drama of forty centuries. th
historian can not point out a single in

stance where the evils of drink have

been cured by any system of regulation

or taxation.
In this drama of forty centuries

wherever the evils of drink have not

been present. It has always been where

either the people on account of the!

religion or habits do not drink or where

the traffic has been rooted out an
plowed under by the strong hand of
prohibitory law.
Dr. French, some years ago, wrote

history "Nineteen Centuries of Drink
In England." It is the story of how

cngiana nas Deen trying ror near
twenty centuries to cure the evils of

drink by regulating the traffic. Now a

codification of her excise laws requires
several hundred printed pages and her
regulation mocks the sufferer from the

curse. In America, we have been- try

ing for 250 years to correct the evils

of drink by this or that system or reg

ulation. The result is that the traffic
had become so powerful that it ignores
the regulations and snaps Its fingers

at the laws. The evils of drink remain


The friends of regulation have been

trying to settle the Wquor problem
for four thousand years and without

In all those years, it has never sue
ceeded anywhere. It' has always fail
ed everywhere, even though it has al

ways been administered by its friends

During the past few decades. the

policy of prohibition has been tried in

this country, mostly in isolated places

and always under various handicaps

It has never had a square opportu

nlty to show what could be done under

that policy.
In cases where It has been admlnis

tered by its enemies, it has invariably

failed of course.

In cases where it has been admin administered
istered administered by Its friends, in spite of the

handicaps, the policy has Invariably

been successful.

Isn t it in accord with the "saf-j and

sane" Idea to displace a failure of four

thousand years standing and extend '.n

its place a proved success.
If prohibition was a failure, th? liq

uor dealers would be the first to pro

mote that policy.

Instead of advocating prohibition

we find the liquor dealers fighting for
the right to pay a thousand .1olI?rs

a year each to sell liquor under regu
latlon. a policy that enables them ?i

ao ousiness. get rich, buy diamond

and pay dividends.

we nave waited four thousand


For any case of kidney, bladder or
rheumatic troubles Hall's Texas Won Wonder
der Wonder cannot cure If taken In time and

given a fair trial. One bottle often
perfects a cure. Send for testimonials.
Dr. E. W. Hall. 292S Olive street, St.

Louis. Mo. Sold by all druggists.

ttooms 0, 10 and 11. Second Floor.
Holder Block.



Office Over Commercial Rank

Office Hours. 8 to 12 a. nx. 1 to 3

n. m. Puone 211.



While there have been reports that

the express companies of the country

would contest the decision of the In Interstate
terstate Interstate Commerce Commission reduc reducing
ing reducing their rates and otherwise directing
reforms officials of the commission do
not show any concern. In the event

of the express companies becoming too

belligerent the commission has arrived

at the conclusion that under the act
to regulate commerce lt can compel the

railroads of the country to discharge
the functions of an express company
with the exception of compelling them
to maintain a pick up and delivery

service in cities and thus eliminate the
express companies altogether.

Traffic experts here say that In this

the commission has a weapon that the

express companies fear and that on

October 9, the date fixed for them to.
show cause why the government order
should not go into effect, they will

make no serious objections and the
order will become effective. This It Is
contended is the only course the ex

press companies can pursue In view of
the evidence taken by the commission,
which tended to show that they were

making enormous profits and not af

fording satisfactory 'service to the

public and have been the targets for

thousands of complaints.


1 When I
I Always
With Billy
f Cale

The best place in tne city

from 6:00 to 7:30


This Is i an age of great discoveries.
Progress rides on the air. Soon we may
see Uncle Sam's mall carriers flying In

all directions, transporting mall. Peo
pie take a wonderful interest In a dis

covery that benefits them. That's

why Dr. King's New Discovery for

coughs, colds and other throat and

lung diseases Is the most popular
medicine in America. "It cured me of

a dreadful cough." writes Mrs. J. F,

Davis. Stickney Corner, Me., "after

doctor's treatment and all other rem

edies had failed." For coughs, colds

or any bronchial affection Its unequal

ed. ...Price 50c and 1. Trial bottle

free at Tydlngs & Company.


At the meeting of the board of

trade held June 19th it was decided to
change the dues from $12 annually to
$25, and the secretary be Instructed to

publish for thirty days.
R. C. Muncaster. Secy.


One hundred and twenty pounds,
more or less, of bone and muscle don't

make a woman. Its a good foundation

Put Into It health and strength and she
may rule a kingdom. But that's just

what Electric Bitters give her. Thou

sands bless them for overcoming
fainting and dlrzy spells and for dis dispelling
pelling dispelling weakness, nervousness, back backache
ache backache and tired, listless, worn out feel feeling.
ing. feeling. "Electric bitters have' done me a
world of good." writes.-Eliza Pool, De De-pew,
pew, De-pew, Okla., "and I thank you,.-with all
ray heart, for making sucIm -good
medicine." Only 50c Guaranteed, by
Tydlngs & Company. ;.

We can supply you with pure lea ror

all purposes, whether your require

ments are for home use or for a car

load. Place your orders with us.


Mid-Summer White Gesfls Safe.


Beginning Friday, July 198&, Lcs:

One Week Only

All Sheer White Goods will be sold at

reduced price. We have thousands of

yards of these that we will sell at the
following low prices for one week, coiti-

mencing Friday, July 19th. .V
No. 3215, Check Flaxon, 40 Inches wide, worth 23c, for . . . .17c ,J

No. 3221, Check Flax on, 32 inches wide, worth 33c, for
No. 4226, Striped Flaxon, 32 incites wide, worth 33c., for
No. 4227-StrIped Flaxon, 32 inches wide, worth 33en for
No. 3278, Striped Flaxon, 32 inches wide, worth 33c., for

No. 015, LLnaire, 30 inches wide worth 13c., for .............. . .11c
No. 325, Plain ."White Flaxon, worth 18c., for 14cv

No. 375, Plain While Flaxon, worth 20c, for
No. 400, Plain White Flaxon, worth 23c, f or
No. 402, Plain White Flaxon, worth 23c, for
No. 404, Plain White Flaxon, worth 33c, for .........
No. 550, Plain White Flaxon, worth 30c, for

I II 18c

No. 573, Plain While Flaxon, worth 35c, for ...23c
500 yards Pa jama Checks, 40 inches wide, worth 12sc, this sale for 0 ie
Ratiste, 40 inches wide, worth 12?ic. ., to go in this sale at. ........ .Oc


: It-..
plans finished

P. O. BOX 40



(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 Olfice

, Mmkk i
tf First 7

Two five room cottages for rent;

new and well located. Apply to F. W.


A Boston man lost his leg from the
bite of an insect two years before. To
avert such calamities from stings and
bites of Insects use Bucklen's Arnica
Salve promptly to kill the poison and
prevent inflammation, swelling and
pain. Heals burns, boils, ulcers, piles,
eczema, cuts, bruises. Only 25 cents
at Tydlngs & Company.

v 'Sprains require careful treatment.

Keep, quiet- and; apply Chamberlain's

rxniment .zreely.r. ltwiu..rempye ,the

soreness and quickly are$torjeti the parts
to.j3i healthy condition. For sale by all


Any Intelligent and competent young
woman who wishes to learn to be a

trained nurse should call onkthe super superintendent
intendent superintendent of the Ocala Sanitarium.

For summer diarrhoea in children al

ways give Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy and castor oil.
and a speedy cure is certain. For

sale by all dealers.

A new supply of hair brushes Just In
at the Court Pharmacy. "We Invite

your Inspection before you buy.

In these days of high cost or living.

a medicine that gets a man up out of

bed and able to work In a few days Is
a valuable .and welcome remedy. John

Heath, Michigan Bar, Cal., had kidney
and bladder trouble, was confined to

his bed, unable to turn without help.

"I commenced using Foley Kidney

Pills and can truly say I was relieved
at once." His example Is worth fol following.
lowing. following. Sold by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.

WANTED To get your auto top

work; made new or recovered; backs,
cushions, slip covers, hoods, etc. Satis Satisfaction
faction Satisfaction guaranteed. Ocala Auto Top
Co., at McAteer's shop.


This is the market where QUALITY
is the predominating feature together
BLE REASONABLE TRICES it is the market where
you are sure of the best your money
will buy plus good, couorteous, prompt
These hot days are the days that
prove the excellence of our refrigerat refrigerating
ing refrigerating equipment and our sanitary con conditions
ditions conditions will YOU prove them to
YOUR OWN satisfaction by trying us?
PHONE 108.
W. H. MARSH, Proprietor.


Accurate Building Plant. Blue Prlnu
end Specifications made. Lands Sur Sur-feyed
feyed Sur-feyed and Platted. Close Estimates
cade on Erection of Buildings of any
lharacter by contract or on commis commission
sion commission basis, vvrne or consult me at
NortkiTMt Coraer Oeola Bmm Block

A Lincoln. Neb., girl writes, I had

been ailing for some time with chronic
constipation and stomach trouble. I

began taking Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets and in three days I
was able to be up and get better right
along. I am the proudest girl In Lin Lincoln
coln Lincoln to find such a good medicine."
For sale by all druggists.

There will be a basket picnic at Oak
Grove, midway between Blitchton and
Morriston. August 2, 1912. Several
speakers will be Invited to make ad addresses,
dresses, addresses, and there will be a ball game
in the afternoon. Everybody is invit invited
ed invited to come and have a good time. Re Refreshments
freshments Refreshments will be served by a spe special
cial special committee.



The Great Blood Partner 4 Nerve
Toale, for Rkeamatlaai, Kldaey aad
Bladder Troublea Prlee SOe.
Dr. LlTtasatoa'a Dlapeaelae Powders,
for Iadixetloa aad Stomach Troa-bleo-Prlcc
SO Ceata

Dr. LIv!affatoaa Goldea Catarrh Balm,

for Catarrh of the Head, Hay
Fever of Catarrhal Nat a re.
Price 50 Ceata


Theae Remedlea Caa Alvraya he Foaad
at the Coart Pharmacy, Ocala, Fla.

OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.

Ocala Lodsre No. 286. Benevolent and
Protective Order of Elks, meets sec second
ond second and fourth Tuesday evenings in
each month. Visiting brethren always
welcome. Howell M. Hampton, E. R.
Joseph Bell, Secretary.

ww (CMi mm

When You Can't Find It Anywhere Elce.
Thts remark is made In our store "mosV every dayby-

Cheese, Roquefort, Gorgonzola, Camambert, ChesterBrie, Parme Parmesan,
san, Parmesan, LImburger, Peck's Club Chedder, Swiss Cheese, Club Cheese
in medium and large Jars, Pimento, Welsh Rabbit,'. Sap" Sago,:
Edam. Shipment Philadelphia Cream Cheese every ten days.



Liver Sausage wfth.: Truffles. Puree: de FoJs Gras for

Pate de Fois Gras with Truffles. Sardine's in Glass. "Truffles.
Anchovy and Bloater Paste. Game Paste In Tubes. Puree of Game
in Tins. Caviar. Sardellen. Ring Anchovies. Capers. Dundee
Jame and Marmalade. Brands' A-l Sause. Onion Salt.
pfr;0ly Oil and Wine Vinegar Black Ollvej are .more; nufrlrf;,
ioWahtf 'flelicious than ordinary green olives, because,, tjhej. are
'full;growi,.!ripe and hve gathered the beneficial 'elements add
properties of their entire growth. 25c. a bottle. .Order; today.
- -i.-. .';; J. if J n
for use and cheaper than lemons, in bottles, 10c. and 25c.
KNORR'S BOUILLON CUBES. Perfection for Picnics, Fishing- -Trips
and Home Use. Place the cube in a breakfast cup and add
boiling water. Stir and you have a cup of excellent, invigorating
beef tea. 3c. a cube.
KNORR'S SOUP IN TUBES. Sufficient for five plates. Nothing
but water required or preparation. Ready In a few minutes. 10c.
a tablet.
cup. Boil your water, and the coffee is ready. Perfection for
Picnics, Fishing Trips and Home Use. 25 cups to the tin, 40c.
SUMMER DRINKS: Lemon Juice, Apple Juice, Carbonated Ap Apple
ple Apple Juice, Pineapple Juice, Grape Juice, Boiled Cider, Fruit

PHONES 16 and 174



We represent only strong companies
and give all business entrusted to us
our prompt and careful attention.






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Firsts Its shareholders are all home people, business
en and farmers. Their Interests and yours are mutual,
main Tight here In the community for the upbuilding




Tine Commercial IBank


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

Beeeads Its business Is governed with conservatism. Speculation plays no

art In Its conduct. It fosters and encourages home enterprises, all of which

ake for soundness and satisfactory bank service.

mttmtxthd 3$iutk





Phone 284 for quick prescription service.

Mr. J. O. Dekle is at Miami, visit visiting
ing visiting hl3 wife and little son.

Dr. A. L. Blaloefc, pfeyl-la, efflre
phae 132.

Mrs. C. I West, who has been quite
sick, is able to be out again.

A new line of Congres3 cards. All
new. designs, at the Court Pharmacy.

Messrs. W. J. Crosby and J. D. Sher Sher-ouse
ouse Sher-ouse of Citra are in the city today.

The Ocala News Company has school
books in stock.

Phone 284 if you are In a hurry for
drugs and toilet articles.

Take your blue "tickets to the Ideal
tomorrow night. One may bring you
a prize.

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

Sheriff Galloway went to Orange
Springs on official business this morning?

We have Just received a supply of
tally cards, all new designs. The Court


The funeral services of the young
poet and musician. Victor Martinot,
took place thi morning at the Cath Catholic
olic Catholic church. Father Bottolaccio of officiated,
ficiated, officiated, and many friends were pres present.
ent. present. The remains were carried to
Greenwood, and laid for their final
re?t by the young man's mother. Mc Mc-Iver
Iver Mc-Iver & MacKay had charge of the ar arrangements.
rangements. arrangements. Victor Martinot was a clever and
likable boy. He had in Ocala a town
full of friends and no enemies. All
deeply sympathize with his sister,
Miss Marguerite Martinot, who was
his constant and tender nurse dur during
ing during the sickness, and who by his death
is left alone.

Engineer E. R. Sapp left this morn morning
ing morning for Toledo, Ohio, where he will
spend his vacation with his family.

Look over the Court Pharmacy's
line of box stationery. The finest
paper that ever came to Ocala.

Mr. and Mrs. Connor Smoak are re

joicing over the arrival of a fine lit

tle son at their home.

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

Minorca chickens.
Widner, Leesburg,

Professor Gottlieb left yesterday for
St. Petersburg, where he will recruit
for the F. U. of A.

FOR SALE One team or Tjorses and
wagon. Apply to the Woodmar Sand
& Stone Company.

1 They couldn't work 'em all Into the
Ideal with a shoe horn last night and
had to quit selling tickets for a while.

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




The following lots of Shoes, at prices as fol follows,
lows, follows, for two weeks only:

One.lot White Satin Oxfords

w rth $3.50, to go (M AC
as a special at tyL7v

IS ftairs of Patent rumps,

w6rth $3.25, as a (M CA
sjjeciat at . . .$Lvj

J36 pairs Patent Strap Pumps

worth $3.50 to go V' QC
as a special at ipLJV

X)ne lot of Corduroy Pumps

worth $4.00 spec- (PJ AA
ial at tPeMW
24 pairs of Ottoman Silk Ox Oxfords
fords Oxfords worth $4.00, (12 ft
special at ODet)
48 pairs Suede Pumps worth
$4.00 to go as a C
special at ej)t)lt)

18 pairs Ooze Pumps, worth
$3.50 to go as a OC
special at t$L(jU
One lot of Tan Velvet Pumps,
worth $4.00 spec- M AA
ial at PcJUU
One lot White Canvass $2.00
and $2.50 value, M FA
to go at epI3U
One. lot of White Canvass
$1.50 value to go
A lot of Ladies' High Shoes
$2.00 and $2.50 value
sizes 3 to 4 1-2 fll CA

to go at tpKcJU
100 pairs Men's Shoes worth
$3.50 to $5.00, to

Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Tankersley and
Mrs. Nix of Coleman were in the city
yesterday In Mr. Tankersley's car.

Mr. F. W. Cook, one of the city's
enterprising traveling- men. Is up from
a spell of sickness.

Kee"p a smile on
this Jvet weather
Peroxide Cream at

your face during
by using Dike's
the Court Pharm-

Marshal Carter, last night, raked in
a colored chauffeur, who was speed speeding
ing speeding his boss car. and the recorder re relieved
lieved relieved him of $5 this morning-.

Can furnish from one setting to one
thousand pure bred Rhode Island Red
eggs for hatching at 110 per hundred.
Ed Carmlchael, Ocala,

With every 50c. cash purchase you
get fii chance on a $50 lady's wardrobe
trunk at II. A. Waterman's.


you interested tn paper bag

cooking? If go come to us for your

supply of the bags. 25c the package.
Post Office Drug Store.'

Judge Lyles, the venerable Solomon
of the Ocala precinct, has been some somewhat
what somewhat under the weather for the last
few days.

FOR RENT The Bell residence, 198

East Adams street; two-story, seven

rooms and bath. Apply to Joseph Bell.


Miss Marion Dewey of Ocala is the

guest of Miss Mildred Hendricks, at

her home on East Adams street.

Jacksonville Metropolis, 18th.

These extraordinary values will be offered

for two weeks only, or until the lots are closed.
We invite your inspection

When trading with Waterman don't

forget to ask for coupon on the lady's

$50 trunk. H. A. Waterman.

Rexall Cold Tablets do the work
Can give you the formula If you like

25c. the package at the Post Office
Drug Store.

Dr. Lucian F. Elalock entertained
the medical society last evening im immediately
mediately immediately after the adjournment of the
business session, in honor of his old oldest,
est, oldest, brother. Dr. Alonzo L. Blalock.
The guests were met at the front
door by Dr. and Mrs. Blalock. and
ushered Into the dining room, where
an elaborate six-course dinner was
served, followed by a "smoker." There
were only fourteen of the members
present, but the evening was enjoyed
to the fullest extent. Among those
present were Doctors D. M. Smith. E.
Van Hood, J. W. Hood. H. C. Dozier.
A. L. Blalock, E. T. Lindner. E. G.
Peek. Ayres. Watt and Slaughter. Dr.
Alonzo L. Blalock Is Dr. Fred Bla Bla-lock's
lock's Bla-lock's oldest brother, and recently
moved here from Macon. Ga. Their
offices are over the Commercial Bank.
Dr. Blalock is a physician of twenty twenty-five
five twenty-five years experience,-havhte "practiced

formerly in Madison. Fla., for twenty twenty-three
three twenty-three years, and is well known to the
medical profession.

Miss Marguerite Martinot, who ar

rived yesterday from Asheville with
the remains of her brother, Victor,
was accompanied from Jacksonville
by Mrs. Joseph Mallette.

Mr. Ed Carmichael will leave in "his

car tomorrow for Green Springs, to

bring home Mrs. Carmichael, who has

been at that pleasant resort for the

last two weeks.


Having had unparalled success in the
motion picture business in Ocala dur during
ing during the two years they have owned
and managed the Air Dome, the Pea Pea-body
body Pea-body Brothers are going to show their
appreciation to the people of Ocala for
their kindness and steady attendance
at their show, by giving a free trip
from Ocala to New York and return.
This will be done on their second an anniversary
niversary anniversary in Ocala, the first of August.
Not being able to give everybody
this trip the boys are going to let the
people of Ocala decide by ballot Just
who will represent them on this trip.
The coupons for the votes will start
Monday night and the people entering
their names Monday'night will be giv given
en given twenty-five extra votes. The con contest
test contest is open to every man. woman and
child in Ocala.
Each 10-cent ticket will count for
ten votes, and each 5-cent ticket will
count for five votes. On a night that
it rains after 6 o'clock p. m., the
coupons will double In value, each 10 10-cent
cent 10-cent ticket being worth twenty votes,
and each 5-cent ticket being worth ten
The standing of the contestants will
be announced on Monday and Thurs Thursday
day Thursday of each week. The contest closes
at 8:30 sharp Saturday night, August
Clifford Peabody, the junior partner
of the firm, will give full particulars
regarding the trip eacn night from
now until Tuesday night. The Pea Pea-body
body Pea-body brothers are known by everybody
in Ocala and the Star joins with their
many friends in wishing for them th
greatest success possible in their busi
ness so that they will always make
Ocala their home.

is an asset thai every nan stzzll own. -To Co tzzizzz
properly, yon most have a cfcrddra aceet. Tfczre b
one best bank to open sceb an xiccccat wiLX and liil ht
I7e afford onr depositors every facility consistent ni3
souod banking and respectfully solicit yenr cccc:t,
whether it be large or small.



H. D. STOKES, Cashier.

CAMP, Vice, Prec



Mr. E. P. Rentz has returned from a

business trip to New'York City, in the

interest of his railroad, the Ocala

Northern, and his extensive land Interests.

Little Marion, the daughter of Mr.

and Mrs. J. P. Phillips, was operated
on for appendicitis at the sanitarium

by two of our city physicians last

night. The operation was successful

and the little girl is resting easily to


Miss Josie Taylor of Washington

CIt, who has been at the lake visiting

her sister. Mrs. Frank Booher. came

up today for a visit to Miss Ella

Mr. J. II. Smith and family, who
have been in Ocala since last NovemV
ber. left today"Tor their home.' An

Stuart.. British Columbia, where Mr.
Smith has large interests that need his
attention. Mr. Smith sold his Hudson

car to. Mr. M. I Reynolds.

Commencing July 18th the banks of
this city will close on Thursdays until
further notice at 1 p. m.
Ocala National Bank.
Commercial Bank.
The Munroe & Chambliss Bank.

And the footsteps will lead you right

to Jthe Ideal Theater ticket office, buy

your ticket and waiK in and then pre prepare
pare prepare for one hour of solid enjoyment.
"A Mardi Gras Mix-Up." A laugh all
the way through.
"The Counsel for the Defense." A
great Vitagraph nuf sed.
"The Queen's Necklace." A beau beautiful
tiful beautiful story, well acted.
Dollar bill given tonight. Bring
your blue tickets Saturday night.

On the occasion of their regular

weekly meeting, Thursday evening.

August 1, the Moose will have one of

their pleasant social reunions. Re Refreshments
freshments Refreshments will be served. All mem

bers expected to be present, and if
they can bring some new members.

the pleasure of the occasion will be


Miss Ellen, the pretty and charming
little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. W.

Stripling, gave a most pleasant motion

picture party to a number of her
young friends last evening.
The young folks met at Miss Strip Stripling's
ling's Stripling's home at the residence of Mr. W.
T. Gary on Fort King avenue. They
were greeted by their young hostess,
who was aided In receiving them by
Mrs. Stripling and Mrs. Gary.
After the guests arrived, the boys
and girls paired off and proceeded to
the Air Dome, where they spend a
pleasant hour watching the pictures.
Their next move was to the Court
Pharmacy, where they partook of re refreshments,
freshments, refreshments, after which the young
gentlemen took theyoung ladies home;

-i-Miss Stripling's guests were the fol

lowing: Misses Ruth Ley, Agnes-Bdr-

fOifii, Blanche Whaley. Sue" Feaster
More; Ruth Rentz, Beatrice Boney.

SIdrrey perry, Theo Beckham, Leslie

Jackson, Lois Livingston, Henrietta
Livingston. Margaret Little," Katherine
Strunk, Lilian Smith, Irene Tompkins,
Elizabeth Murray and Lilian Clarkson;

Messrs. George Newsom, Walter Moor

head. Frank Rentz. Robert Blake,
Robert Hall, William Hall. Morris Os

borne, E. C. Smith. Julian Rentz, Tom

Wallis, Malcolm Ulsch. Donald ITlsch.

Robert White. Charles White, William

Gary and Otis Green.

An auto is a very expenslre plU of
junk. No one can really afford a car
that cannot be used. That's why at
the first glgn of trouble you ahould
send your machine here to be repair repaired
ed repaired so that greater trouble will b
avoided!- An ounce of 'precaution
costs much less than a pound of regret.

Morida Amitto Safles Co. :

North of Government Building Ocala. Fla.


Union Square

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

the American and European Plans.

American Plan, f 2 per day and up. European Plan. $1.00 per day and up.

Special Weekly Rates.

Churchill & Co.


Effective May 1st and Continuing. Until November lt 1r 1




The Air Dome had a record-breaking-

crowd last night. It came very near!
pushing the boards off the fence. The

prize contest was very interesting. Mr.

Percy Bitting was the winner of the

watch. Prizes will be given again to


The program for ton'Igh'f : wilr'be as I

follows;. .- :
"the Office Favorite. Comedy.

"Captured by Wireless." A thrilling

detective story and water scenes.

"The Young Brother." A beautiful

war drama.

"The Haunted Room." Repeated by


iMaiiSdPir jhi

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Jacksonville, Florida

EUROPEAN PLAN (Exclusively)

Finest Cafe in the State in Connection
Rooms Without Bath, $1.00 per Day and Up
Rooms With Bath $2.00 per Day and Up
T. M. WILSON, Proorietor and Mannner

i . M


lit U: ...


Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lapham, after a
pleasant visit to their Marion county
friends, left today for their home at
Fulford. near Miami.

When In Jacksonville stop with Mrs.
E. L Maloney, at the Glrard, No. 11
East Duval street, just off Main. Best
75c. room In the city.

During Miss Rhody's vacation, her
position In the Munroe & Chambliss
bank is being filled by another skilled
stenographer. Miss Brump.

Do not leave any standing water
about your yard, particularly rain wa water
ter water hundreds and thousands of mo mosquitoes
squitoes mosquitoes are the result.

Col. H. M. Hampton and Mr. E. E.
Robinson will go to Orlando this eve evening,
ning, evening, on some Important legal business.

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

The Interesting and picturesque ex exhibit
hibit exhibit of the Evlntrude boat propeller
in the Marion Hardware Co's. east

window is the work of the deft hands

of Frank Anthony.

Messrs. Cooksey and Beall of the

Theus-Zachry Co.. are expected home
a week from today, and It Is said
they will each bring a Georgia peach

with him.

Keller & Co. sent to Martel today a
coffin for the body of James Merri-

wether, a colored man. aged 2s. an

employe of the Ocala Fertilizer Com

pany, who died there last night with


Captain and Mrs. James Cribbett of
St. Petersburg passed thru town to today
day today on their way for a summer visit
to Asheville. They were met at the
train for a short visit by Captain J.
H. Brooks and daughter, Misa Ernest Ernestine.
ine. Ernestine. Miss Bachelder and other friends.

(Mffi PfflCE
What Are You Paying?


Following are the meteorological

conditions that prevailed durlna the

twenty-four hours up to sunset ystf

Partly cloudy; southeast wind.
Mnimum temperature, 69 degrees.
Maximum temperature, SO degrees.
Average, "6 degrees.
Traces of Tain. .


Helvenston & Pasteur's clean sweep
sale is drawing the crowds. The store
was entirely full of pleased customers

this morning.

Local showers tonight or Saturday.


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The local management has

pending with Ocala. to be played fn

Gainesville one week from today, with

a return game the week following. If
these games are arranged, they will
no doubt prove a decided attraction, as

games between Gainesville and Ocala

always do. Gainesville Sun.

Notice is hereby given that the

Board of County Commissioners will
receive bids for one Gasoline or Oil

a game T.ii t, n en v. ...

er, and 4 or more to 4-yard capa capacity
city capacity all steel cars for road building.
Said bids to be opened at noon August

6, 1912. S, T. Sistrunk, Clerk.



Right In your busiest season when
you have the least time to spare you
are most likely to take diarrhoea and
lose several days time, unless you
have Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy at hand and take a
dose on the first appearance of the
disease. For sale by all dealers.

Lord de la Ware Tomato Soap

per can 6c

Diamond "C" Ham per lb. 17 l-2c
Star Ham per pound 18c

Large Bucket Cottolene..$1.30

Medium Bucket Cottolene 50c

Best Creamery Butter per lb. 35c:
3 lbs. Tub Butter $1.00

3 pkgs. Jello aod Ice Cream

Powder 25c
3 pkgs. Upton's Jelly Tablets 25c
3 Snnbeam Corn Flakes ... 22c
3 cans 5c Gold Evaporated
Milk 10c
3 Dutch Cleanser 25c
3 Van Camps Hominy 25c
15 1-2 lbs. Granulated Sugar
for -$1.00

Old Country Blend Tea, lb. 50c

5 Gallons Oil 60c

Pkg. Becker's Oatmeal 10c

Full Cream Cheese per lb... 20c

Henry Vinegar, per gal 35c
Salt Bacon 14c

13 lbs. Best Rice $1.00

24 lbs. Henry Clay Flour $1.00
12 " 50c
Cream ol Wheat, per pkg., 15c
Wesson Oil 30c
Compound Lard, per lb.,.. 11c
Irish Potatoes, per peck,.. 35c

Miss Susielou Ellis left today for

Altamonte Springs, where she will

spend two weeks. From there she

will go to Sanford for a

thence to Jacksonville, where she will
visit again, and from there will go to
Baltimore for another stay. Later
she will go to Blue Ridge Summit, Pa.,

where she will remain until fall

Mrs. Mary Eagleon and daughter.

Marjorie. left today for Philadelphia.

where Mrs. Eagleton will place her oi lonaa.

daughter in Brookfield Mansion San

itarium, where she will remain all

summer. Mrs. Kagleton will make a

hurried trip this time but will go up

later and spend some time with her


A tract of 12S7 acres of the choicest

Marlon county farming land. Several

few days, I hundred acres In cultivation, and near-

ly all fenced. First class farm Build Buildings
ings Buildings of all kinds. Good timber on por

tion of land not in cultivation. Close
to railroad and hard roads pass thru
portions of the land. Only five miles

from Ocala. This Is one of the best
farming tracts In the best section of
Marlon, the banner county of the state

The price Is very reasona

ble. If Interested, address Box COS.

Ocala, Fla.


One small 10M capacity, portable


sawmill complete and timber for sale.

Apply or write Nathan Mayo, Summer-

field, Fla.

One of the store rooms In the north
wing of the Ocala House Is for rent.

Apply to R. T. Adams.


Merchants' Cafe, A. C. I depot cor

ner. Meais a la carte and luscnes at

any hour.

WANTED By the King's Daughters.

a comfortable rocKlng chair lor a urea

mother with a Ick- baby. Just notify

the Star office or Mrs. C. L. BIttinger,

The greatest enemy of childhood Is
the tape worm. It destroys health and

undermines the constitution. The great

est enemy of intestinal worms is


removes the worms and helps the child J diarrhoea.

back to strength, vigor and cheerful-1 wholesome


WANTED To repair, upholster or

refinish your furniture. Satisfaction

guaranteed. Ocala Auto Top Co., at
McAteer's shop.

To the first 100

customers com coming
ing coming to our store

after 9 o clock
Monday morn

ing, July : 22, we

will sell


Fretful babies need the comforting

effect of M'GEE'S BABY ELIXIR. Jt
quiets feverlshness, corrects sour

stomach, cures colic pains and checks

It Is a perfectly safe and

remedy, containing no

Price 25 cents per bottle. Soldi opium, morphine or Injurious drug of

by all druggists.

Never leave home on a Journey with

out a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic. I

Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It l.

almost certain to be needed and can

not be obtained when on board the

cars or steamships. For sale by all


any kind. Price 25c. and 50c. per bot

tle. Sold by all druggists.

See the trunk in Waterman's win

dow. He is giving this trunk away.

to the one holding the lucky number.
IL A. Waterman. 7-lS-tdltw

FOR SALE A five-passenger Hud

son touring car in good running order.

Price way down for quick sale. Apply

J. II. Smith. P. O. Box 35. 7-9-Ct

Alma Zada Face Powder Is the beat

we have to offer at 50c the box. The

Post Office Drug Stores.

A. M. Nason, farming near Canaan.

Me., was badly crippled with sciatic

rheumatism due he says to uric acid In

his blood. "Foley Kidney Pills entire

ly cured me and also removed numer

ous black specks that were continually
before my eyes." Foley Kidney Pills

are a uric acid solvent and are effect

Ive for the various forms of rheuma

tism. Sold by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.

3 FOR 10c

Only three to a

The best ten
cent double taped
value on the mar market
ket market at






Steady Nerves-
Good Digestion
v Sound Sleep Sleep-are
are Sleep-are constant friends of our good friends
the knowing friends of



(Brewery Bottled Only)

Thi pure beer i spur to appetite, a tonic, and a delightful
beverage. Only the finest material are used and it is brewed to
mallow and sparkling perfection.
Nevar let your borne be without a case of Barbarossa. Phone or postal
. ii. t c i J m. i i r

25 South MrkooIU St.,

Phone 23, Orala, Florida

Rich Men's

Geraldine Bonner

Anthsr si "Tkc Planter"
"Tsmsrrtws Tangle elc.

Illustrations by
Dora. J. Lavin

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

P. E. McCIANE. M. D.

Specialist In Clinic Diseases

Specialist in Diseases of Eye, Ear,
Nose, Throat and L.ungrs


Ocala, Florida

Office, 333.
Dr. McClane's Residence, 407.
Dr. Stewart's Residence, D2.


Buite 1 to 7 Holder Block, Southwest
Corner of Public Square

Note i CalU made by apeelal appointment. Special Genlto Urinary Clinic
after 7 p. m. each day.

Call up Phone 300 and Let us Give an Estimate on Your



We Guarantee lo Save You Money on Any Work in Our Lines
A Wf employ near but expert ve are In ponltlon to urnnrantee ev
ery piece of work tve coaMruct to Mnnd the Inspection of the mont
rlald Inspector. It cowl nothing to tcct our flgurcM, nnd you nre the
winner, whether we ecure the eon I met or not. fcSlve un a trial.



sivanri-ps bargains
1 65 Dining Room Set, Table, Chairs and Closet, like new $35.00
1 Mahogany Parlor Set, 3 pieces, loose cushions, only 22.00
1 Wicker Parlor Set, 6 pieces, good condition, only 19.00
1 6-hole Steel Range, with reservoir, good condition 18.50
1 Home-Made Desk and Book Case, glass doors, only G.50
1 Second Hand Organ, $17. Another for only 22.00
1 Phonograph, and 6 Records, only 5.73
1 used Graphophone and 5 Records, Bargain at only o.oo
1 used Graphophone and 8 Records, very cheap at 12.8
Lot of used Records, some good as new, at 2(c, 30c, 40c each
Graphophone Needles, soft tone, 200 for ix
Mosquito Canopies, Steel Frames, large size, $1.00; for iron beds," $3.:
SMITH'S, Back of Variety Store

New Hotel Astor

Corner Bay and flogan Sts.
Jacksonville, Florida
RATES: $1 and Up
Hot and Cold Running Water and
Telephone In Kach Room. Free Baths.
Take Street Car at Union Station and
Get oft at Hogan Street.

Copjritfbt UUi bj tb BubU- Jdernu Co.
The Daughter of Heth.
He "walked for nearly an hour, along
quiet, lamp-Ht streets where large
houses fronted on gardens that ex exhaled
haled exhaled moist earth scents and the
breaths of sweet, unseen blossoms, up
hills so steep that It seemed as If an
earthquake might have heaved up the
city's crust and bent it crisply like
a piece of cardboard.
He looked down unseeing, thinking
of the last three years.
When ho had first met Bernice Iver Iver-son,
son, Iver-son, she had been a typewriter and
stenographer in the office of the Mer Merchants
chants Merchants and Mechanics Trust Com Company.
pany. Company. He was twenty-four at the
time, the only son of Cornelius
Ryan, one of the financial magnates
of the far west
She was seven years older than he,
but told him they were the same age.
It was not a wasted lie, as she un-


cases. In Wnicn nis wile couiajEiv
no participating enjoyment, took their
place. She had established a poller
of exclusion, and maintained It rig rigidly.
idly. rigidly. Young Mrs. Ryan had at first be believed
lieved believed that this rancor would melt
away with the flight of time. But she
did not know the elder woman. She
was as unra el table as a granite rock.
Bernice, who had expected to gain
all from her connection with the all all-powerful
powerful all-powerful Ryans, at the end of two
years found that she was an ostracized
outsider from the world she had
hoped to enter, and that the riches
she had expected to enjoy were rep represented
resented represented by the three thousand a year
her husband earned in the bank. Her
attempts to force her way into the
life and surroundings where she had
hoped her marriage would place her
had Invariably failed. If her feel feelings
ings feelings were not of the same nature as
those of the elder Mrs. Ryan, they
were fully as poignant and bitter.
The effort to get an invitation to
the ball had been the most daring the
young woman had yet made. Neither
she nor Dominick had thought it pos possible
sible possible that Mrs. Ryan would leave her
out. So confident was she that she
would be asked that she had ordered
a dress for the occasion. But when
Dominlck's invitation came without
her name on the envelope, then fear
that she was to be excluded rose
clamorous In her. For days she
talked and complained to her hus husband
band husband as to the injustice of this
course and his power to secure the
invitation for her If he would. By
the evening of the ball she had
brought him to the point where he
had agreed to go forth and demand it.
It was a hateful mission. He had
never in his life done anything so hu humiliating.
miliating. humiliating. In his shame and distress
he had hoped that his mother would
give 'it to him without urging, and
Bernice, placated, would be restored
to good humor and leave him at
peace. She could not have gained
such power over him, or so bent him
to her bidding, had she not had in
him a fulcrum of guilty obligation to
work on. She continually reminded
him of "the wrong" he had done her,
and how, through him, she had lost

i the respect of her fellows and her

piace among tnem. ah inese sngnis,
snubs and Insults were his fault, and
he felt that this was true. To-night
he had gone forth in dogged despera desperation.
tion. desperation. Now in fear, frank fear of her,
he went home, slowly, with reluctant
feet, his heart getting heavier, his
dread colder as he neared the house.
(Continued Tomorrow)

He Looked Down Unseeing, Thinking

of the Last Three Yeai

floubtedly looked much younger than
Bhe was, being a slight, trimly-made
woman, who had retained a girlish
elasticity of figure and sprlghtllness
of manner. The entrapping of young
Ryan was a simple matter. He had
never loved and knew little of women.
He did not love her, but she made
him think he did, threw herself at
him, led him quickly to the point she
wished to reach, and secretly, without
a suspicion on the part of her family,
became his mistress. Six months
later, having driven him to the step
by her upbraldings and her apparent
sufferings of conscience under the
sense of wrong-doing, she persuaded
him to marry her.
The marriage was a bombshell to
the world in which young Ryan was
a planet of magnitude. His previous
connection with her though after afterward
ward afterward discovered by his mother was
at the time unknown. Bernice had
induced him to keep the marriage se secret
cret secret till its hour of accomplishment,
for she knew Mrs. Ryan would try to
break it off and feared that she might
succeed. Once Dominlck's wife she
thought that the objections and re resentment
sentment resentment of the older woman could
be overcome. But she underrated the
force and obstinacy of her adversary
and the depth of the wound that had
been given her. Old Mrs. Ryan had
been stricken in her tenderest spot.
Her son was her idol, born In her
middle-age, the last of four boys,
three of whom had died in childhood.
In his babyhood she had hoarded
money and worked late and early that
he might be rich. Now she held the
great estate of her husband in trust
for him, and dreamed of the time
when he should marry some sweet
and virtuous girl and she would have
grandchildren to love and spoil and
plan for. When the news of his mar marriage
riage marriage reached her and she saw the
woman he had made his wife, she un understood
derstood understood everything. She knew her
boy through and through and she
knew Just how he had been duped
and entangled.
The marriage of her son was the
bitterest blow of her life. It came
when she was old, stiffened into hab habits
its habits of dominance and dictatorship,
when her ambitions for her boy were
gaining daily in scope and splendor.
A blind rage and determination to
crush the woman were her first feel feelings,
ings, feelings, and remained with her but
slightly mitigated by the softening
passage of time. She was a partisan,
a fighter, and she Instituted a war
against her daughter-in-law which
she conducted with all the malignant
bitterness that marks the quarrels of
Dominick had not been married a
month when she discovered the previ previous
ous previous connection between him and his
wife, and published it to the winds. A
social power, feared and obeyed, she
let it be known that to any one who
received Mrs. Dominick Ryan her
doors would be forever closed. With Without
out Without withdrawing her friendship from
her son she refused ever to meet or
to receive his wife. In this attitude
she was absolutely implacable. She
Imposed her will upon the less strong
spirits about her, and young Mrs.
Ryan was as completely shut off from
her husband's world as though her
skirts carried contamination. With
masculine largeness of view in other
matters, in this one the elder woman
exhibited a singular, unworthy small small-ness.
ness. small-ness. The carelessly large checks she
had previously given Dominick on his
birthday and anniversaries ceased to
appear, and masculine gifts, such as
pipes. walking-sticks, and cigar-

There is more catarrh In this sec section
tion section of the country than all other dis diseases
eases diseases put together, and until the last
few years was supposed to be incura incurable.
ble. incurable. For a great many years doctors
pronounced it a local disease and
prescribed local remedies, and by con constantly
stantly constantly failing to cure with local
treatment, pronounced it incurable.
Science has proven catarrh to be a
constitutional disease and therefore
requires constitutional treatment.
Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is
the only constitutional cure on the
market. It Is taken internally in
doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful.
It acts directly on the blood and mu mucous
cous mucous surfaces of the system. They
offer one hundred dollars for any case
it fails to cure. Send -for circulars
and testimonials. Address: F. J. Che Cheney
ney Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by drug druggists,
gists, druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Tills
for constipation.


$600 spot cash will buy a 1911 model
Hudson touring car, fully equipped,
33-horsepower. In first class condi condition
tion condition in every respect. You'll have to
hurry If you want it. Inquire at this

A Torpid Liver is a fine field
for the Malarial Germ and it
thrives -wonderfully. The cer certain
tain certain result in, such case3 i3 a
spell of Chills.
la a Powerful Chill Tonic and
Liver Regulator.
Tt nnfa ttia liver In healthy.

vigorous condition and cures
the chills by destroying the
disease germs which infest the
system. Herbine is a fine anti anti-periodic
periodic anti-periodic medicine, more effec effective
tive effective than the syrupy mixtures
that sicken the stomach; be because
cause because it not only kills the dis disease
ease disease serins, but acts effectively
In the liver, stomach and bow bowels,
els, bowels, thus putting the system in
condition to successfully resist
t-Via nsn-ii tvirri ftr seventh day

rtnm f i)ia rhlll. Herbine is

a cleansing and invigorating

zneaicme tor tne wnoie ouu).
Price 50c per Bottle.

JametF.Ballard.Prop. St.Louis.Mo.

Stephens Eye Salve is a healing

nlntm.nt fni finr Evci.

JSot.oAMoRrroHricNor.pBy l


Careful Estimates Made on All Con
tract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in Ue dir.

Foley Kidney Pills
Give prompt relief from BACKACHE,
BLADDER and all annoying URINARY
IRREGULARITIES. A posif 7e boon to
B. A. Dat-Is, C7 Washington St.. Connerrrille,
lod., is in his Kth year, lie writes cs: "I hare
lately eutfered much from my Mdnejs and blad bladder
der bladder 1 had sTera backaches aad my kidney actios
was too frequent, causing me to lose much sleep
at night, and in my bladder there was constant
pain. I took Foley Kidney Pills for some time,
and am now free of all trouble and again able to
be up and around. Foley Kidney Puis hare mj
highest recommendation."
Sold by tae Aati-Moaoyal? Drajprtar





on MIH

That's the verdict

of tourists, etunung
from Europe where the
best German Beer is
made. ;
Beer in the "Fat her her-land,"
land," her-land," has always been
the drink of gentlemen;
Blue Ribbon Beer has
made it so in America,'

wherever high-class service prevails. It
has the "smack" that gives a pleasing tingle

to the tongue and a full smooth flavor, unknown to other beers.

Bottled only at the brewery in crystal clear bottles,
showing at a glance that it is clean and pure
Don't delay, don't forget order a case today. Phone or write
Keating & Co

26-28 Main St. p OcalaT Fla

V aw JJ


Anthony, July 19. Our town Is one
of the largest on the map when it
comes to business. Our farmers al always
ways always find something to keep them
busy. We constantly hear the hum humming
ming humming of the mowing machine as we
pass along the country lanes. Socially
our town seems very quiet, as a good
many of the young people are away
for the summer.
Misses Ruth and Isabelle Pace re returned
turned returned home Monday after several
weeks visit at Oxford and other
places with friends and relatives.
Miss Jesse Harwell of Jacksonville
is here on a visit to her sister and
mather. Miss Harwell is a former res resident
ident resident and is cordially welcomed by her
many friends.
Mr. Bert Padgett, the depot agent,
is away for a month's vacation. While
away Mr. Cason has charge of his
Mr. George D. Pasteur and Mr. J. M.
Hillman made a business trip to Palat Palat-ka
ka Palat-ka last week.
Miss Annie Hillman. who held a po position
sition position with J. Malever in Ocala, was
taken ill Saturday night and had to
return to her home Sunday.
Mr. Tom Nichols and wife, who have
been residents here for some time, left
Monday. Mr. Nichols went to North
Dakota, while Mrs. Nichols went to
Texas, where he will join her later.
Mr Louis Wiley left Monday night
for North Dakota, where he will spend
only a few days, afterwards going to
Fort Worth, Texas, for an indefinite
Mr. John Footit of Ocala was among
the many visitors here Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Johnson are the
proud parents of another fine son,
which arrived Monday night.
Mrs. Howard Pace of Lawtey is here
on a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Allen Hickman left for Thomas Thomas-ville,
ville, Thomas-ville, Ga., last week for a stay of sev several
eral several weeks.
Mr. Hampden Smith of Sarasota and
family left Tuesday for their home,
after a few weeks' visit to Mrs. Smith's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Swain.


They are the kind that don't leak. Guaranteed absolutely water waterproof
proof waterproof and will not crack or stick. We will cheerfully refund purchase
money or give a new coat for any coat not up to this guarantee. Wa
have a nice assortment of both riding and walking coats, fresh stock
and at moderate prices. We are headquarters 'for storm aprons, cur curtains,
tains, curtains, canopies and buggy tops. There is no reason why you should not
protect yourself against the wet weather and prevent sickness and,
doctor" bills. V

Dandruff and Every Form of Scalp
DIaeaae Cnred Quick by Zemo
It is simply wonderful how Zemo
goes after dandruff. You rub a little
of It in with tips of the fingers. It
gets right down into the glands, stim stimulates
ulates stimulates them, steeps the itch, and makes
the head feel fine. No, it Isn't sticky!
Zemo is a fine, clear, vanishing liquid.
You don't have to even wash your
hands after using Zemo. And what a
wonder It is for eczema, rash, pimples
and all skin afflictions. Zemo Is pre prepared
pared prepared by E. W. Rose Medicine Co., f?t.
Louis, Mo., and is guaranteed by all
druggists to give perfect satisfaction.
Endorsed and sold In Ocala by the
Postoffice Drugstore.

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

ner. Meals a la carte and lunches fit

any hour.

Is too Important a matter for a woman
to be handicapped by weakness, bad
blood or foul breath. Avoid these kill kill-hopes
hopes kill-hopes by taking Dr. King's Life Pills.
New strength, fine complexion, pure
breath, cheerful spirits things that
win men follow their use. Easy, safe,
sure. 23c at Tydlngs & Company.

FOR RENT Offices In Xlolder build building.
ing. building. Apply to Davis & Martin.

For every purpose or a flesh healing
liniment for man or beast there is no
remedy more powerful than DARBY'S
PROFIIYLACTIC FLUID. It is an ad addition
dition addition to its effectiveness on the flesh a
wonderful internal remedy. It relieve?

.cramps, colic, dysentery, sore throat,

swollen tonsils and sick stomach. As
a disinfectant for the sick room it is
of extraordinary value. It destroys
germs and purifies the air. Added to
the water for bathing tfce face of a
fever patient It Is not only refreshing,
but it tends to ailay the fever Price
50c ber bottle. Sold by all druggists.

Would You Rather Pay For a Pump Once When

You Buy It, or Pay For One Three
Or Four limes?
When you buy a pump poorly made from cheap mate materials
rials materials you have only started to pay for it, for you have to pay
for a couple of others" during the time a good one would
still be giving satisfactory service.
This isn't the worst feature of buying a cheap pump;
the annoyance and inconvenience it causes by getting out
of order is even worse than the expense.
The pumps we sell are the reliable, durable kind that
give lasting satisfaction. They run easily, flow the moat
water and do not require repairs or get out of order.
When you need a pump, it pays to buy one of ours,
and if you already have a poor one, it will pay you to buy
a good one from us NOW.
IMapiom-Mapdlvv'aPiS Go.

S "A Stich in Time Saves Nine"

Bring Your Aulo Troubles lo

Phone 438

Tires and Tnbes Valcanfzed
All Work Guaranteed


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Ocala Northern RaiiflFMdl
will sell round trip tickets from all points on ifn line at
one way rate, on Sunday only

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