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OOAIA EVENING STAR. SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1011.
OGALA EVENING STAR Bittlnger & Carroll, Proprietors. R R. CarrrolL Business Manager. J. H. Benjamin, Editor. tent to murder. This charge instead of murder was made because 3Ir. Bry- i an is raDidly recovering- from his wounds. The bond was made without difficulty. AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW MAKING ANOTHER RAILROAD MAP The representative of the Tampa Northern was here this week, and as sured our people that the road will be extended to Inverness from" Brooks ville within the next year. We have written so much regarding the exten sion of the Tampa Northern and noth ing has been done, that we are some what dubious about it ever extending beyond its present bounds unless the control of the road passes into other hands. However, the fact that the Seaboard now comes to Inverness, and is headed toward Tampa, on the same line of the Tampa Northern, leads us to believe that the Tampa Northern will build the line to this place, or the Seaboard will gain control over that line and build it. However, the road will be built, seemingly without a doubt. Inverness Chronicle. Its a pity the business men of Tarn pa, Brooksville, Inverness and Ocala can't get together and put the Tampa Northern In shape to build to this city. It would be worth two or three times as much to this part of Florida as an Independent line as it will be as a side track to the Seaboard or any other big corporation. If It was connected with the Ocala Northern, it would just fit in as the southern half of a great South Florida railroad system, of in calculable value in holding the big cornoratlons In check, as well as a fine transportation line. There is enough capital in the territory to , finish and support it, if the business men would only get together and loosen up. The union services will be held in the Christian church tomorrow evening hocrlnniner at 8 oVloek. Rev. W. H. i mm . " . Dodge of the Presbyterian church. f IS SOrprlSing, CVeD 10 US, 10 will preach the sermon, a coraiai in vitation extended to the public Presbyterian Rev. "WV H. Dodge. D. D.. Pastor 9:45 a. m. Sunday school. 11 a. m. Preaching by the pastor. No service in the evening. A cordial invitation extended to all. S Methodist Rev. J. B. Ley. Pastor 9:30 a. m. Bible school. THE MAJOR CAN HOLD HIS OWN The following is submitted to Major Butler of the Inverness Chronicle who recently admired his first harem skirt: Ethyl had a little skirt. Tied tightly in a bow; And everywhere that Ethel went She simply couldn't go. Gainesville Sun. The Gainesville Sun man evidently does-not know a hobble skirt from a harem, notwithstanding the fact that all the contributors to the editorial columns are married men. and ought to be Informed. Inverness Chronicle When it comes to making an apt -an swer, our money is up on the major very time. ANOTHER INDORSEMENT The Gainesville Elevator says of the harem skirt: "It is one of the most sensible dress innovations that has been granted wo men for many years. It keeps the filth and disease microbes from being carried Into the home, is cleanly and when it comes to .appearance it is per feet, especially when you compare it to these shapeless tight dresses now worn that does not permit of any skirts under them, exhibits the form completely and should -you have a girl pass between you 'and the sun light, well you needjio X-ray or imagina tion for you see it all." ACCOUNTS Union Serried EVERY DAY note the new business which comes to us daily, proving First That our efforts to please are appreciated. Second That we have the Confidence of the people. i 4 p. m. Senior League. Leader. C. R. Thiril That. thf mnssH think n I mm mm ... ........ well oi us. TCni Minimi I J n . rr 1 i t i Holy Eucharist 7:30 a. m. tOUrlll mat OUr JOCaUOIl IS Sunday school 9:45 a. m. nnnvftnipnt . . . - IT.l.. t-... : , III, I vuiu"ivuw Laiany ana nujy riutiwusi win -- mon 10:45 a. m. Evening prayer and sermon 8 p. m. Holy Eucharist daily 7 a. m. Evening prayer Wednesday and Fri day 7:30 p. m. All other days of week 6 p. m. Monday Guild of St. Margaret at Mrs. C. E. Gamsby's. Altar Guild at airs. Schreiber's. Tuesday Woman's Auviliary prayer service at 6 p. m. Wednesday Junior Brotherhood of St. Andrew at the rectory at 8 p. m. W. Christian H. Coleman, Minister 10 a. m. Sunday school. 3:15 p. m. Junior C. E. 11 a. m. Sermonette, "Jezebel's Daughter." 8 p. m. Union services. Dr. Dodge will deliver the sermon. Everybody welcome. Junior Christian Endeavor Program Topic, "Small Beginnings of Intem perance. Text, Prov 23:29-35. Mabel Richie, leader. Song. Lord's Prayer. Bible lesson. Talk on alcohol. Lesson story, "The First Step What Came of It" Lois Dame. Sentence prayers. Acrostic. Roll call, each answering by giving effect of alcohol. Mizpah. THE MUNROE & GHAMBLISS BANK OCALA, - - FLORIDA Will Devotion of n Made-l Young Man f the Period to a Counterfeit Lady of Today CASH PRIZES FOR COTTON SUNDAY TRIPS TO SILVER SPRINGS We are offering the following cash prizes for cotton: For the first bale of cotton brought to our gin in Ocala we will give ?15 in cash. To the person bringing the most cot ton to us through the season we will give $25 in cash. We want all of the cotton that is grown in Marion county and as much of that grown in adjoining counties as we can possibly get brought to our gin. No better facilities for handling cotton in the state that we possess. We pay the highest market price In cash for cotton at all times. Remember the prizes. Haul the cot ton to our gin or ship it to us by rail, it does not matter which. Respectfully, George Giles & Co. Local and Long Distance Phone 170. Ocala, Fla. (New York Sun) Henry Wickwire made his morning toilet with a cake of adulterated soap, a near-linen towel and a hairbrush having imitation bristles." The comb looked like tortoise-shell, but it wasn't. His trousers were made of imitation wooL His waistcoat had a white edg ing sewed underneath the V. His coat was fearfully padded at the shoulders and had a make-believe set of buttons and buttonholes on each cuff. His shoes were seconds, but they had been given a finish like that of the most expensive custom shoes. His shoe laces were imitation silk and so were his socks. In his waistcoat pocket he carried a rolled gold watch. He fast ened his necktie with an imitation pearl pin. Henry Wickwire went to breakfast. He sat in a birchwood chair that had been stained to imitate mahogany. This imitation mahogany chair had an imitation leather seat. On the floor was an imitation Turkish rug. An imi tation French clock ticked on the mantelpiece. The mantelpiece was made of imitation marble. Henry Wickwire had a cup of coffee This coffee was largely an imitation He had two fresh eggs, soft boiled These fresh eggs had been reposing in lime water for over six months. He also had two slices of home made bread which had been supplied by a baker. The bread was full of alum and the loaf had been short weight. The butter was country butter and had been made in Jersey City. Its beautiful color was artificial. Its flavor was the result of a combination of chemicals. Henry Wickwire went to work. His gloves were imitation buckskin. His all-wool overcoat was 80 per cent cotton. His all-Havana cigarette had been grown in Kentucky. He reached his office at a quarter past 9. He had been due at 9 o'clock and had thus short-changed his boss a quarter of an hour. He put on an Imi tation black silk coat and opened his desk. Henry Wickwire was a claim clerk. Customers often claim that their ship ments are short or that some other mistake had been made against them. Henry took up the first claim and glanced it over. "Fake," he muttered. He glanced at the second claim. "Another fake." He read them all, and, as the first step toward adjustment, he consulted VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE ON GOOD TERMS Large, 10-room house with large HOW IT LOOKS TO BART The editors of the Punta Gorda Her ald and Inverness Chronicle have each seen a harem skirt -and think it (or them) the proper article. They evident ly did not see the one worn in Lees burg. It looked like two hobble skirts, only a little closer fitting. Leesburg CommerclaL Some of the Florida newspapers have suggested the name of Hon. Frank Harris, editor of the Ocala Banner, for the office of governor. The idea is a bright one, and the News gladly sec onds the motion. Frank Harris is a Florid ian who knows his state and its Another Convenient Method of Reach- Ins; a Pleasant Resort The big automobile truck of the Ocala Transportation Comapny will make Sunday passenger trips to the Springs during the remainder of the! grounds. Lot is 140x250 feet. Has summer, observing the following large- two-story stable with two good schedule: Leaving the court house stalls, also carriage room; a two square at 9 and 11 a. m. and 2 and 4 room servant's house, also house suit p. m. Fare for the round trip, 50 cents, able for garage. Fruit trees, etc. Has fine large lawn. Is situated on one of Buttermilk, fresh every day at the the prettiest streets in Ocala, Tout Postoffice Drue-store, diocks irom court nouse. Appiy ,iur terms to Box 18U or a. u. i rreigni depot, care J. F. Thompson IFcdip Arl Hon the Sake oil litis &cn(rm203 tqy- - IBEIv IEJL,0TTIE V ... We had a car of Flour to come in ahead of time, and in order to reduce our stock, we are making an exceptionally low price on ' : ' ODE&L AND CGIS .L WE GUARANTEE THIS FLOUR TO GIVE YOU EN TIRE v S AITSF ACTCCM The following prices will hold good until the 22nd of July: Ideal, whole barrel, .... $5.70 Ideal, half barrel, 3.05 Ideal, 96 pound sack, .... 285 Ideal, 24 pound sack,.:.. .80 Ideal, 12 pound sack, -. . . r .45 Red Cross, whole barrel, ...... . .C50 Red Cross, half barrel, -.... .2X3 ... Red Cross, 48 pound sack, .... I.C5 ,Red Cross, 24 pound sack,.... .. .75 Red Cross, 1 2 pound sack, .... J D We have a full line of Mason's Fruit Jars and' The .Queen, wide mouth, Fruit ' Jar, . with glass top. . r . ... 2 PHONES, 16 AND 174 OCALA, FLORIDA tion marble. The electroliers were finished in an effect- that gave the ap-r pearance of old bronze covered with vertigris. 'Henry stood at one of the counters and ordered a veal cutlet. "Tender enough?" asked the waiter. "Fine," said Henry. He was cutting it again when he came to a piece of thread in the center of the meat. He then perceived that he was eating chopped meat which had been pressed together in the form of a noal fnHot Tie loft tho mitlpt and Ate the ledger clerk to find out whether the ! piece of old fashioned New England Spired claimants were liberal buyers At noon Henry Wickwire went to lunch. He made his way to a buffet par lor. The walls were lined with imita- v m -im m - HAPPIEST GIRIi TN IINCOLN 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 got better right along. I am the proudest girl In Lin coin to find such a good medicine." For Ble by all dealers. MASSACRE VS MAINE THE "FOUNTAIN OP YOUTH" Fifteen Killed In a Head-On Collision on the llangpr and Aroontock : Railroad needs, and he has the Qualifications i v, , Bangor, Ale., July meen per- needed for this exalted office. He ah th vnuth of both natronl it'. sons were reported killed in a head would be a winner.Faiatka News. hut that does not keen the old folks i - The Star would move to make it S from enjoying it, too. Our soda Is pure unanimous if it thought the resolution I and refreshing, and flavored with all would pass. Uncle Frank would re-1 the popular syrups, xou will find it ex ceive a solid vote from the Star office j hilarating, satisfying, cooling. Try It and almost a solid one from Marion I once then you will recommend It your county. He claims, however, that he I self. Only Five Cents. Isn't rich enough to Tun; but if he does, and all the other papers in the state will follow the Star's example, his advertising won't cost him a cent. THE COURT PHARMACY Phone 284 on collission last night between a crowded excursion train on the Ban for & Aroostock Railroad and the mid night train from Van Buren to Ban gor. Thirty or forty persons are known o have been injured and it is thought that several others are beneath the wreckage. The collision took place ust outside the Grindstone station, seven miles to the north of Millinocket OPEN FOR BUSINESS The grade on the A. C. L. entering this city may be only an inconse quential one but It is steep enough to have caused a number of very serious and costly accidents and may cost as many more. Banner. Very true; but how will we get rid of It without moving the railroad? wore a suDway under the town, or lift the trains over it with aeroplanes? I building That Is the point the Star desires to be informed upon, and which the Banner I stock received and we will be pleased refuses to see. t otaKe your measure and make your k' I 14. 1 A I . a. 1 -w 1 ....... 9 oi issue, me Inverness .inih Th lat-at roalo in iaa bmuuKie is eiguieeu years oiu. n is l one of the very best weekly papers in j goods to select your suit, trousers or the state, its local page not being sur I am again open for business at my on Fort King avenue. The has been repaired, a new passed by any, and the Star hopes its days will be long in the land. Hon. R. Hudson Burr says that the reason the Florida Railway Commis sion reiusea 10 grant ucaia a union depot is because to do so would be a virtual confiscation of "the substantial brick depot now owned by the At lantic Coast Line Railway. Mayor Robertson says if the railroads enter ing Ocala are required to build a union depot that he will pay for the brick depot now owned by the Atlantic Coast Line Railway every dollar that it cost that road to build it sr a nnrior that arrangement there will be no conflsca- I IT tion. . Let's have the union denot. I Banner. That will let the railroad down easy, and will also be a profitable transac tion for the mayor. The Star seconds the motion. coat from. Come in and make a selec tion. Fit, price and quality guaranteed. JERRY BURNETT The Tailor, OCALA, :: FLORIDA. The Interstate Good Roads Confer ence is in session at Mountain Park. Maryland. It deals principally With the road problems of Maryland and West Virginia. Managing Director Dawe of the Southern Commercial Congress appeared before the confer- ence and made a sweeping survey of the good roads effort in all Southern IT IS PAN SEASON states, outside of. Maryland "and West And we are not alluding to baseball Virginia. In bis report he praised I either. But those hot days make the Florida for Its country roads made of j breeze dispensing electrical fans ne- bricK.- ana ii ne was as oaaiy orrjeessary in every office, store, factory about all the other states as we fear I and home. Our business Is to Install his' address contained less truth than j these and take care of them as well as poetry. - I furnishing all kinds of electrical sup plies for every purpose. We are very At Brooksville Tuesday Dr. W. E. I reasonable in charges and prompt In Davis, who shot Mr. J. A. Bryan, was our work admitted to ball In the sum of $5,000 Mnl H af (afi Af tha era ry 4nrv Th T warrant sworn oui T agamst'hlm So- FIt Street and Osce- was for assault and battery with In- I ola Avenue. . PHONE 800 H. W. TUCKER DEATH IN A ROARING FIRE May not result from the work of fire bugs, but often severe burns are caus ed that make a quick need for Buck len's Arnica Salve, the quickest, surest, cure for burns, wounds, bruises, boils. sores. It subdues inflammation. It kills pain. It soothes and heals. Drives off skin eruptions, ulcers or piles. Only 25c at Tydings & Co. DEMOCRATIC LEADER DEAD Lake George, N. Y., July 29. Edward Morse Shepard, the well-known New York lawyer and democratic political leader, who has been ill since the con traction of a cold in New York on June 16, died at his'summer home here last night of pneumonia. He was 61 years of age. There are Two Kinds of Chill Tonfc PLANK'S AND OTHERS WATCH THIS SPACE A. M. BOBBITT, THE FEED MAN 58 South Main St. Ocala, Fla. pie. This New England masterpiece had been fabricated at a pie factory on Houston street. Its composition was a mystery which we dare not try to solve. Henry returned to the office and gossiped with the bookkeeper and the stenographer. The bookkeeper wore patent " leather shoes, and after years of experiment and practice, he had learned to speak with the broad A. The stenographer wore black velvet shoes; a set of imitation Russian sables was draped over the hatrack. At the switchboard the operator was talking to one of her friends who lived In Brooklyn. The two assistant book keepers were discussing Matty's salary for 1911. A step was heard in the hall. The next moment every one was hard at work and the next moment but one the boss returned from lunch. He left early. Henry Wickwire followed his example. He dressed for dinner with unusual care and called on a girl in the West 30s. "I've heard of a new French table d'hote," said Henry Wickwire, "an aw fully Bohemian place. Shall we try it, Doris?" "Awfully jolly," said Doris. ' Doris' godmothers and godfathers had given her the name of Henrietta, but she had preferred the name of Doris. She also affected to like caviare and made much of these phrases, "Aw fully jolly," "S'il vous plait," and Merci Monsieur." Wherefore Henry Wickwire thought he loved her. They went to the Bohemian place and drank French wine that came part ly from a California vineyard and part ly from Croton watershed. They also consumed a quantity of lukewarm mac aroni covered with brick sauce and spiced with glue. They gazed at the other Bohemians, and in due couse of time Henry Wickwire took Doris home. Later he went home himself. He laid himself down to sleep on an imitation brass bed and an imitation hair mattrsa A Tiair nf imitation TONIC IN ACTION - QUICK IN SU-T woolen blankets kept him warm Give prompt relief from BACKACHE, i never saw a neater figure than KIDNEY and BLADlJER TROUBLE. Doris" he "fleeted, "nor such beauti- I f ul hair." RHEUMATISM, gONUWHOW Of tne And as for Doris, over in the West KIDNEYS, INFLAMMATION of tha 30s she had Put her ha5r on the bureau I ana nung ner ngure on a. coai uanger. BLAUUEK and all annoying ukijnaki IRREGULARITIES. A positive boon to MIDDLE AGED and ELDERLY PEOPLE and for WOMEN. HAVE HIGHEST RECOMMENDATION 8. A. Darls, 627 Washington St., Connersville, P . iii A mm am Ind., is in his 85th year. He writes ns: "I hare Ert M- SeIemUt Aaaom $400 Uprifltit Piano Will be Given Away Known Firms, MARION GROCERY CO., Fancy and Staple Groceries. ANTI-MONOPOLY DRUG-STORE. Ice Cream and Soda Water. W. S. C. YONGE, Plumbing. HAYCRAFT & DeCAMP, MILLINERY. HAYES & GUYNN, Dry Goods,Notions and Gents' FarnlshJasa. THE DAILY AND WEEKLY STAR, Votes Issued on Subscriptions, Advertising and Job Work You May Secure Piano DalJcIs Fron the Above Flics. Yoo May Vole Then lor Year Sell or lor Any Other Candidate MISS MYRTLE BLALOCK MISS ESTHER LEY MISS FREYERMUTH MISS FANNIE COOK MISS ANNIE BENTON FULLER MISS DOVIB GATES MISS MATTIE MOORE MISS BELLE HO DOE MISS CEVIE ROBERTS MRS. HARRY CO LB MRS. A. M. RICRIB MISS RUBY KNIOirt MISS MARY GATES We understand there are several other candidates, and would like to have them come in and give their . names to Hayes & Guynn. Foley Kidney Pills MI Q CdD MlJi-j ASTHMA CATARRH CURED lately suffered mnc- from my kidneys and blad der I bad serere backaches and my kidney action was too frequent, canning me to lose much sleep at night, and in my bladder there was constant Startling Remit- Obtained by Senplne New YorK Thousands axe taking THE OLD RELIABLE PLANK'S CHILL TONIC IS GUARANTEED TO DRIVE OUT MALARIA, TO CURE CHILLS, FEVER, COLDS AND GRIP. YOUR MONEY BACK IF IT DOES NOT. TWENTY-FIVE AND FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE. ASK YOUR DRUGGST. pain. I look Folev Kidoey Pills for some time, advantage of tne generous offer made and am now free of all trouble and again able to . . . " . , , , , . be up and around. Foley iuuney I'm -v my "uvuwwnn "i oruauwa, Late of MELROSE, Now Located at 62 Fort King Avenue, Ocala, Fla. Annual Term 1911 and 1912 will Open September 11, 1011. GEO. C. LOONEY, A. M., PRESIDENT. MRS. G. C. LOONEY. M. A., Treasurer. MISS LOIS ELLIS, Secretary. A sensation has been caused In At lanta by the arrest of officials of the Southern Loan & Trust Company of that city, by postoffice department of ficers, on a charge that the company has been using the mails for fraud ulent purposes. Those under arrest are: President Richard Purvis, Vice President E. O. Heim. Treasurer Guy King, and V. X. Smith, former secre tary of the company. The company Is said to have branches in Florida. Al abama, Virginia, Arkansas, Mississippi, Texas and Oklahoma. 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. Germany does not produce any table grapes, the supply for that purpose coming from the Tyrol, Italy, France and Spain. Foley's Honey and Tar Componnd Is effective for coughs and cold3 in either children or grown persons. No opiates, no harmful drugs. In the yel low package. Refuse substitutes. Sold In Ocala by the Court Pharmacy. highest recommendation. SOLD BY THE COURT PHARMACY A Torpid Liver la a fine field for the Malarial . Germ and It thrives wonderfully. The cer tain result in such cases is a spell of Chills. HERBINE la a Powerf ml CaUl Tole Liver Res-later. i jts tha liver In healthy. vigorous condition and cures the chills dj aesxruyms .. disease germs which Infest the system. Heroine is a nne anw neriodie medicine, more effec tlve than the syrupy mixture that sicken the stomach; be oatisa it not onlv kills the dis ease germs, but acts effectively in the liver, stomach and bow els, thus putting- the system in condition to successfully resist th usual third or seventh day return of the chill. Herbine Is a cleansing and invigorating- medicine for tne wnoie uouy. PTtee 50c. per Bottle. JameaF.BaUard.Prop. St.Louis.Mo. The same honest, earnest, sincere devotion to 'our life-Ions work la leading students along easy and delightful paths to HIGHER ATTAIN MENTS in LEARNING on the part of teachers, and the certain rapid ac quirement of a LIBERAL and USEFUL EDUCATION on the part of tha pupil can be assured. ' New York City, requesting an experi mental package of Senpine, the great discovery for asthma, hay fever, bron chitis and catarrh, which is mailed free of charge to all who write for it. It is curing thousands of the most stubborn cases. It makes no differ ence how long you have been suffer- Thf COMMERCIAL OPPORTUNITIES OFFERED wiir save much mg or now severe the climatic con-, expense to young men and women who would hare to go away uv.waa7 . n c -1 j M ii i f r, - ay w i will cure you. for such advantages. If you have experimented with oth er treatments and have failed to find a cure do not be discouraged but send for a trial of this wonderful truly mer itorious remedy which Is a scientific compound discovered by a professor of Vienna University, and Is being recommended by thousands. When arrested in Berlin recently a beggar was found to possess $16,000 which he admitted had been gained by begging. Sprains require careful treatment. Keep quiet and apply Chamberlain's Liniment freely. It will remove the soreness and quickly restore the parts to a healthy condition. For sale by all dealers. Stephens Eye Salve Is a healing iiimiit tnr Sam Eve. TJBOCOAWQ RCCOHWCNOCO Bat i s ALL DRUGGISTS A new regulation cog introduced in Swis3 watches works so accurately that the timepieces do not vary ten seconds in a month. PHYSICAL CULTURE and EXPRESSION and ORATORY, try lliae Lois Ellis, is a feature of the College that will prove very entertaining. to all. '. . : 5 or 6 doses will cure any case of Chills and Fever. Price, 25c. The DISCIPLINE of the pupils is firm bat pleasant;, rigid but elev ating "Suaviter in modo, sed fortiter in re" Is the motto. THE School is select in that it receives no bad pupil. If it can avoid it; we solicit the patronage of all good people who have polite, intelli gent children, ready for our grades. , It is our purpose to promote in every way we can the educational inter ests of the City of Ocala and Florida. - We do correct teaching, rapid and spirited teaching-, moat satisfac tory teaching. Respectfully. , G. C and MRS. LOONEY, Present address, 149 Third Street. Atlanta. Ga.