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OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, JUNE 3, 1912.
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Finest Cafe in the State in Connection
Ilooms Without Bath, $1.00 per Day and Up
Rooms With Bath - $2.00 per Day and Up
T. M. WILSON Proprietor and Manager
FULLER & AVER
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Office over Munroe & Chambliss B'k.
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Office Hours. 8 to 12 a. m. 1 to 5
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ANOTHER DEAD AVIATOR
Before the Eye of Ili Klancce, Philip
Parntalee. and IIIm Biplane
Crashed to Earth
Xorth Yakima, June 2. With a smile
and a wave of his hand to thousands
who watched him in his aeroplane
Philip O. Parmalee took the air in the
teeth of a gusty wind here yesterday
afternoon. Three minutes later his
broken and lifelesss body was dratted
from beneath the wreckage of his bi biplane
plane biplane in an apple orchard, two miles
for his starting point. The exact cause
of his plunge to death probably never
will be known.
Among the first from the fair
grounds to reach the place of the avi aviator's
ator's aviator's fall was Miss C. E. Turpin.
Parmalee's fiancee and a sister of J.
Clifford Turpin. his partner in avia aviation.
tion. aviation. She hysterically threw her arms
about Parmalee. insisting that he was
not dead. Even after the body had
been examined by physicians, she be
lieved that a spark of life remained
and demanded that efforts be made to
Are Sending lKngle io Congre, and
He Will Try to Io IIIm Iluly by
. All Men
I am going to Washington as Flor Florida's
ida's Florida's first congressman-at-large. 1 am
going without any strings tied to me. I
will be free to represent all the people
of Florida all the time every day, ev every
ery every hour, every minute of my stay in
Washington because during no day. in
no hour nor minute since I first began
my campaign leading up to my election,
has some particular person, crowd or
interest done more for me than all who
were for me have done.
Not only will I be free from obliga obligation
tion obligation to repay any special favor done by
any particular person or interest, but I
will also be free from obligation to
any particular faction. My entry into
the race for congressman-at-large was
the result of no conference of friends,
no caucus of factional leaders. I ex exercised
ercised exercised the right given to every free
American to ask the people for what he
wants, and I appeal to the whole peo people
ple people of Florida for support.
Although my election to Congress
will be consummated by means of the
political organization known as the
democratic party, and although I will
owe and will be glad to give allegiance
to the democratic party in all things
that concern party principles, I will
none the less truly represent all the
people of all other political parties in
Florida in all matters touching on the
welfare of the people of this state and
of this country.
N'o man can win in an election in
which the people of the entire state
participate by own efforts alone. I
knew that I was weak, but I had that
confidence that inspires him who be believes
lieves believes his cause to be just, that the God
of battles would raise up friends to
fight my battle for me. I did the best
I could to help myself but it was the
work of the loyal, devoted friends in
every county in the state, in every city,
in every village, in every hamlet, in ev every
ery every community that brought the vic victory
tory victory to me.
Oh, it is well to win a good fight for
a great and glorious stake! It is sweet
to eat the fruits the world is always
ready to bring to him who can write
the word "success" after long, con continued
tinued continued striving; but it is better far and
sweeter still to stand on the heights
and look back over the long, barren,
stony, hot and dusty road over which
one's feet has traveled and looking
truth squarely in the face, be able to
say that not one j.erson who helped
your weary feet along the pathway and
by whose hands you were pushed up
to the pinnacle called success, did so
from any other motive than that which
inspires people to do kind deeds and to
perform good works without reward in
hand or in promise.
This is the cup that I now drink to
the people of Florida in deep and
humble gratitude to my friends who
have done this thing for me, and I
promise all of these friends that they
shall be rewarded; for, they shall see
that 1 will remember that this great of office
fice office belongs to all of the people of
Florida, and I shall so administer the
trust imposed by them in me. that no
one of these friends who helped me, no
one of those who did not. shall be able
to say that 1 have for one moment for forgotten
gotten forgotten my duty to so represent the peo people
ple people that every man shall have an equal
chance before the law, as I in my
representative capacity shall help
Throughout this campaign I have
said that there is but one issue at this
time in this republic. This issue is
special privilege. Giving one man or
set of men more opportunity under the
F. E. McCLANE
Physician and Surgeon
General Practice Calls Made Prompt Promptly,
ly, Promptly, lg!it or Tay.
Special Attention to Obstetrics. Dis Diseases
eases Diseases of Women and Children.
Office Rooms 1. Z 3, 4. 5 and 6. Holder
Building, Second Floor. Phones.
Office No. 333; Residence No. 333
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obstinate coughs, expels stubborn colds
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Mrs. Effie Morton. Columbia. Mo., "for
I believe I would have consumption to today,
day, today, if I had not used this great rem remedy."
edy." remedy." Its guaranteed to satisfy, and
you can get a free trial bottle or 50-
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TYPE FOR BABBIT METAL
The Star office has for sale a limit
ed quantity of old type, which is one
of the finest metals for babbit in the
market. The price is 10 cents a pound
Dauglas shoes at Fishel's.
W. S. MILLER, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Special Equipment fur Treating; None,
Throat, Ludk and Skin DUeapiea
Office hours 1 to 4 p. m. Phones:
Office. 444; Residence, 445. Over Mun Munroe
roe Munroe & Clambliss Bank. Ocala. Fla.
DR. J. T. SHAW. VETERINARIAN
Graduate of the United States Col
lege of Veterinary Surgeons,
WASHINGTON. D. C.
ocaled at the J one Hoapltal on South
Flrat Street, Weat
All Calls Promptly Answered.
W. C. BLANGHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
P. O. BOX 46 OCALA, FLA.
law than is given to all men is respon responsible
sible responsible for every evil that has crept into
mis government. lquamy or oppor- ;
tunity is all that is needed to make all
things right for all men. Abolish spe special
cial special privilege and the trusts will dis disappear,
appear, disappear, the tariff will cease to be a
burden to the many and an opportun opportunity
ity opportunity for ill-gotten riches to the few,
and judges will no longer make decis decisions
ions decisions favorable to the few and that
bear hard upon the many because the
few will no longer be powerful enough
to make judges.
When special privilege, which car carries
ries carries all these things in its train, shall
make way for equality of opportunity
which was guaranteed to the people
when the constitution was made, all
governmental evils will disappear.
I was against special privilege when
I seemed to have failed in all of my
public undertakings. I was against
special privilege when my hour was
darkest and my hopes faintest of ful fulfillment.
fillment. fulfillment. I talked and wrote against
special privilege when to do either
was dangerous to my liberty and to
my property. I know that I can be I
know that I will be against it now
that power and opportunity to make
my words, ray writings and my deeds
count for something has been given me
by the people of the state in which I j
was born and have spent my life.
With this determination to fight I
against special privilege and to fight j
for equality of opportunity, no busi business
ness business man need fear for the success of
any worthy venture in which he is now
embarked or which he may in the
future engage in when I am in Con Congress.
gress. Congress. No corporation dealing with
individuals or with the public need
tremble for the success of any good
plan it may have in effect or in prepar preparation.
ation. preparation. No professional man, nor far farmer,
mer, farmer, nor mechanic, nor common labor laborer,
er, laborer, nor artisan, nor craftsman, nor
clerk need lie afraid of anything that
I may do while I am representing the
people of Florida that will hurt him
or his interest provided that he con confines
fines confines himself to good works.
I will do equity to all business men,
corporations and private citizens but
they who ask equity of me as a repre representative
sentative representative of the people of Florida
must come to mo with clean hands.
In my campaign I have said that I
would open wide the doors to all i
rooms in which the public business is j
transacted in Washington so that the I
people may know what is going on in
all the departments of the government j
they have established to promote their I
happiness and advance their weliare.
1 will do this if 1 can and I believe that ;
I can, having as my inspiration the:
words of Thomas Jefferson himself,
who said that all the public business j
should be transacted before the public
I owe my election to men and not to!
money. I will be able to remember j
men. An environment of money j
makes those whom it surrounds forget i
men. My election has been a demon-
stration of two things: First, that i
money can not elect a man to public
office in this state, and. second, that ;
the people of Florida stand behind aj
man who with good intent proclaims,
the truth without regard to whom the!
truth brings pain or pleasure, loss or!
I thank the people of Florida for j
the faith they have in me. My heart
responds with gratitude for this signal j
mark of their belief in the integrity of'
my motives and in the promise of my j
ability to execute. With a humble
sense of my own un worthiness, I ac accept
cept accept the mission on which the people
of Florida have sent me. and askinsr all
of the people to help me and dep end ending
ing ending as we all must do upon the infinite
love and wisdom of the God above us, I
will do the best I can to accomplish my
mission for the honor and glory of my
state and of my country and for the
happiness and welfare of the people.
WARRANT FOR TOM WATSOX
THE BEST VALUES TO BE
SEE US WHEN YOU ARE
READY FOR ANYTHING
IN OUR LINE
HELM I PASTEUR
A GREAT HOUSE FURNISHING
Following are just 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,
Rugs, Sideboards and Chiffoniers, Bouffets, China Closets, China
Dinner Sets, Iiamps, Fine Table Linen, Etc.
Handsome Mahogany, Oak, Willow or Mission Oh airs. Straight
Harked or 1 lockers, Tables, Sofas, Iiamps, Rugs and Carpets, 11 c c-t
t c-t ures.
Reantiful Dressers and Wash Stands in Golden Oak, Rirdseye
Maple or Mahogany. Reantiful Iron and Brass Beds in over Fifty
Different Varieties and Prices. Rags 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 Fit Iter Wood or Oil Burners. Kitchen Cabinets and Tables.
Anything Desired in Silverware for the Table, Cutlery and
Sissors in our Hardware Department; Shotguns, Rifles and Ammu Ammunition
nition Ammunition ; Fire Sets, Screens and Irons, Etc
Carriage and Harness Dept
Busgies, Carriages and Wagons for all Purposes, Harness, Sad Sad-Domestic
Domestic Sad-Domestic and Imported, Art Squares, Mattings, Etc., in the Coutnry.
dies, Iap Robes, Whips and Everything for the Horse or Vehicle.
MeMR & MacKAY
PHONE 47 Xorth Magnolia St. OCALA, FLA.
M'lVER & MAC KAY
Undertakers and Embalmers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
D. E. M'lVER, Funeral Director
All Work Done by Licensed Em Embalmers
balmers Embalmers and Fully Guaranteed.
Phones: D. E. Mclver. 104; San?
Pries, 380; Undertaking Office. 47.
Charging; Him With Sending Olmeene
Matter Thru the Mail Will le
Macon, Ga.. June 2. United States
Commissioner W. E. Martin yesterday
afternoon issued a warrant for the ar-
rest of Thomas E. Watson, editor of;
Watson's Magazine, charging him with i
sending obscene matter through the
mails in the May issue of that maga
The arrest of Mr. Watson probably
will Ve made Monday mornins, and he
will be taken in custody of the marshal
of Augusta, where he will lie arraign arraigned
ed arraigned for a preliminary hearing before
United States Commissioner Goodwin.
After you have had a row and life
looks mighty blue, send her a box of
Norris candy and she'll again love
you. Get It at the Court Pharmacy.
Call op Phone 300 and Let os Give an Estimate on fear
AND ELECTRICAL WORK
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we employ none bat expert we are la aoaltloa to aaaraatee -nleee
of work we eoaatrvet to ataad the laaaeetloa of the aaoaC
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M. W. TUCKER
FORT KING BLOCK
OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, JUNE 3, 1912
OCALA EVENING STAR
Bittinger & Carroll Proprietors.
It. R. Carroll, Business Manager.
.J. II. Benjamin, Editor.
The man whose memory the South
honors today was born in Christian,
now known as Todd county, Kentucky,
on the 3rd of June, 1808. He was the
son of a gallant revolutionary soldier
with the finest strain of Welsh blood
flowing' In his Teins.
He began life well, had a clean boy boyhood,
hood, boyhood, with no tendency to vice or im immorality.
morality. immorality. That is the testimony of
neighbors, teachers, and fellow-students.
His nature was as transparent
as the light that shone about him; his
heart was as open as the soft skies that
bent in benediction over his country
home, and his temper as sweet and
cheery as the limpid stream that
made music in its flow through the
neighboring' fields and forests.
At the age of sixteen he received an
appointment to West Paint Military
Academy, and graduated with honor.
He received a commission in the army
and served until 1835, winning distic distic-tion
tion distic-tion In the Black Hawk War. In 1835,
he resigned, and went to Mississippi,
where he became a cotton planter, and
took a leading part in politics. In
1844 he was elected to Congress, but
on the breaking out of war with Mex Mexico
ico Mexico gave up his seat In Congress and
joined the American army under Gen General
eral General Taylor on the Rio Grande. As
colonel of the Mississippi Volunteers
he bore a distinguished part at Mon Mon-tery,
tery, Mon-tery, and at the battle of Buena Vista
he and his regiment saved the Ameri American
can American army, driving back at the most
critical moment of the contest the
charge of an overwhelming force of
Colonel Davis married a daughter of
General Taylor against her father's
wishes, which caused him" to be under
the severe displeasure of "Old Rough
and Ready," but after Buena Vista a
reconciliation took place and the two
distinguished men were warm friends
till General Taylor's death.
A vacancy having occurred by the
death of Senator Spalght, Mr. Davis,
in 1847, was appointed by the governor
to represent Mississippi i the United
States Senate. There sat Jno. C. Cal Calhoun,
houn, Calhoun, of South Carolina; Daniel Web Webster,
ster, Webster, of Massachusetts; Henry Clay, of
Kentucky; Thomas H. Benton of Mis Missouri;
souri; Missouri; Louis Cass, of Michigan;.' Salmon
P. Chase, of Ohio; Stephen A. Doug Douglass,
lass, Douglass, of Illinois. In that company
Jefferson Davis, of Mississippi, at once
took rank among the greatest; worthy
to be'the premier at any council table
of American statesmen. Among these
distinguished men he worthily repre represented
sented represented his state until Mississippi se seceded
ceded seceded in December, 1860.
On Feb. 22, 1861, Mr. Davis was chos chosen
en chosen president of the Southern Confed Confederacy,
eracy, Confederacy, and carried the burden of that
most honorable office until his govern government
ment government was crushed under overwhelm overwhelming
ing overwhelming numbers in April, 1865. Hs was
captured May 10, at Irwinsville, Ga.,
and confined in Fortress Monroe, await awaiting
ing awaiting trial for treason for two years.
The utmost endeavors of the Union's
leading lawyers not being able to
make a case against him. he was re released
leased released on a bail bond signed by Horace
Greely and other prominent northern
men in 1867. After his release, he
went to Kurope for a year. On his re return
turn return he accepted the presidency of a
life insurance company in Memphis.
Some years later he retired to a plan plantation
tation plantation given him by a Southern lady
at Beauvoir, on the picturesque Mis Mississippi
sissippi Mississippi coast, where he passed the re remainder
mainder remainder of his life in literary work,
broken only by occasional visits to the
various Southern cities, which claimed
his presence as often as it could be ob obtained.
tained. obtained. He died while on a visit to
New Orleans, Dec. 6. 1889.
Mr. Davis' conduct as president of
the Confederacy was more bitterly
critieised In the South than in the
North, and for years a large propor proportion
tion proportion of the Southern people held him
responsible for the failure of the cause.
Mr. Davis doubtless made mistakes,
but the cooler judgment of later years
shows that no man could have succeed succeeded
ed succeeded where he failed. The task was too
Immense. Mr. Davis was a man of the
highest grade of personal character.
His devotion to his friends, to his word
of honor and to the South was unsur unsurpassable.
passable. unsurpassable. He would have fared better
if his nature had been rougher and
less scrupulous. The nation, as well
as the South, now realizes that It never
possessed a man of higher alms or
Congressman-elect Claude L'Engle
has gone to the mountains of Virginia
for a month's vacation. Mr. L'Engle
not only needs rest from his business
and political work, but he has been far
from well for the last eight months,
and. much of his arduous campaign
work was done under the burden of
physical suffering-. The Star hopes his
vacation will do him good and he will
return home with renewed strength for
his great work.
The body of Wilbur Wright was in interred
terred interred in Woodlawn cemetery in Day Dayton,
ton, Dayton, O.. with simple ceremonies Satur Saturday
day Saturday afternoon. The body was viewed
by 25,000 persons as it lay in state from
10 to 1 o'clock. The funeral was con conducted
ducted conducted from the First Presbyterian
church, though the decedent has been
Teared in the United Brethren faith.
He had no church affiliations. Only
members of the family and a number
of friends of long standing went to
the cemetery, the family desiring that
the ceremony there be private. During
church services all industry was stop stopped
ped stopped in Dayton for periods varying
from three minutes to half an hour.
Street car and telephone service was
discontinued for three minutes, be beginning
ginning beginning at 3:30, while shops and stores
closed from 3:30 until 4 o'clock.
Now that the New York World has
declared for Woodrow Wilson we pre presume
sume presume that it will be no longer referred
to as the "tool of Wall street." Ban Banner.
ner. Banner. The New York World, ever since it
passed under the control of Joseph
Pulitzer In 1883, has consistently and
steadily fought Wall street policies
and Wall street men. It has not al always
ways always been in harmony with the dem democratic
ocratic democratic party, opposing: Bryan in 1896
on the free coinage of silver issue, but
a man who would accuse it of being
the tool of Wall street either hasn't
read it. as the writer has ever sinee
1884, or is hopelessly prejudiced.
MRS. ANNA WKLLS
The friends and acquaintances of Mr.
and Mrs. Geo. E. Shuey will sympathize
with them in the loss they have sus sustained
tained sustained by the death of Mrs. Wells. she
was the only sister of Mrs. Shuey and
Mr. Charles Kaufman of Gainesville.
She was a native of Ohio, and lived in
the city of Xenia. of that state. She
came to visit her sister last Novem November,
ber, November, in apparently good health, but on
the 23rd of the month was stricken
with parlysis from which she never re recovered.
covered. recovered. She however was able to sit
up for quite awhile each day for the
past four months. About the middle
of the past week she grew a little
worse, but was not considered crit critically
ically critically ill. Sunday morning about 10:15
she suddenly passed away.
She was an excellent Christian wom woman
an woman and during all these months of con confinement
finement confinement to the house was a submissive
patient, without complaint at the dis dispensation
pensation dispensation of God's providence which
deprived her of the privileges of going
in and out among her friends.
The funeral services will be held to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock from the
residence of Mr. and Mrs. Shuey, near
the Seaboard depot, in the northern
part of the city. All friends and ac acquaintances
quaintances acquaintances of the family are invited
to be present. Mclver & MacKay have
charge of the arrangements.
J. E. HAND
J. E. Hand, a barber, who has resid resided
ed resided in this city since he came here,
July 4th, last, from Chattanooga, died
Saturday night at 10 o'clock in Miami,
where he went two .weeks ago to
take a position. Mrs. Hand reached
Miami Thursday, two days before her
husband's death. The cause of his
death was appendicitis. Mr. Hand was
a pleasing, quiet man and made many
friends in Ocala. The sympathy of all
who knew him here will go out to his
bereaved wife, alone among strangers.
Mr. Hand was a member of the Moose,
which lodge is doing all in its power to
aid his widow.
WARD HAD TOO MANY WIVES
A dispatch from Chicago says: James
Ward, an aviator, was arrested today
on a charge of bigamy. His wife, Mrs.
Maude Mae Ward, who yesterday sued
for an annulment of her marriage,
caused his arrest. Mrs. Ward charged
in a warrant that her husband had a
wife living when he married her. Ward
was released on bond."
Ward and his wife were here last
December, and Ward gave flights with
his biplane at the fair grounds Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, Dec. 31. He and his wife, who
is quite a pretty little woman, made a
good impression here, and Ocala people
will be sorry to hear of their trouble.
NEW PASTOR OF THE
OCALA BAPTIST CHURCH
. Rev. Bunyan Stevens has accepted a
call to the pastorate of the First Bap Baptist
tist Baptist church of Ocala. Mr. Stevens
preached a trial sermon in the Ocala
church, and the members were so de delighted
lighted delighted that they extended a call, which
was accepted a few days later. He will
take charge the first of July.
Mr. Stevens was the popular pastor
of the First Baptist church in this city
until the first of last December, having
served a most successful pastorate of a
little more than three years. He left
December first to take the pastorate of
the Baptist church at Plant City.
The church to which Mt. Stevens is
going is one of the more important
congregations of the denominations in
the state, and offers a fine field for the
splendid abilities of the young min minister.
ister. minister. The construction of a new par parsonage
sonage parsonage is being planned, and this will
be the first task of Mr. Stevens in his
The best wishes of hundreds of
friends in this city follow Mr. and
Mrs. Stevens to their new home. Kis Kis-slmmee
slmmee Kis-slmmee Valley Gazette.
FOR SALE, 131 PORTED
SPANISH PEANUT SEED.
Blue ribbon winners at two succeed succeeding
ing succeeding farrs. and will mature two weeks
earlier than other varieties. Can be
planted as late as July 15th.
F. W. Ditto.
New shirt waists at Fishel's.
The Muuroe & Chambliss
Bank of Ocala desires to par particularly
ticularly particularly call your attention
to the advantages of Banking
Deposits may be sent safely
by bank check, postoffice
money order, express money
order or currency by regis registered
tered registered mail.
We solicit small accounts
as well as large ones, all re receiving
ceiving receiving the same careful and
MUNROE & CHAMBLISS
OCALA - FLORIDA
United States Postal Sarins Bank
1 IS 111 IK
ATLANTIC COAST I.IK HAS MADE
AN IMPORTANT INVESTMENT
KoiiKbt a Ms Flint-Hearing: Tract
from J. M. Mffffrt, and Will
Prtx-eed to Mine It
Mr. J. M. Meffert has recently closed
a trade which has been pending with
the Atlantic Coast Line, for some time,
while experts in their line examined
the land, or more particularly what
lay beneath the lanJ, and attorneys ex examined
amined examined the titles. Both being satis satisfactory
factory satisfactory the money, a large sum. has
been paid and the A. C. I. now owns
140 acres of land lying close to the
railroad at Lowell and on which there
is a deposit of thirty acres of solid
flint and hard lime rock too hard to
burn for lirrse. which is very deep and
The A. C. L. Railway, through Stam Stamford
ford Stamford & Gager. the contractors, will im immediately
mediately immediately begin work on the land,
thoroughly prospecting it by sinking
thirty to forty shafts, forty feet deep
and ten feet square, so that the exact
nature and depth of the rock can be
determined on each acre of the land.
The machinery for the quarrying,
crushing- anil loading of the rock on
the cars is already arriving, two car carloads
loads carloads having come in. The necessary
isidetracks and spure will be built for
; loading. The plant to be erected will
be the finest ballast rock crushing
j plant in the South and the geologist
i who examined the land and who is an
(eminent authority on ballast rock de de-j
j de-j posits, stated that so far as he knew
'it was the best south of Richmond.
The A. C. L. will invest over $60,000
j in the plant, in addition to the cost of
: the land. It will bring a great many
skilled workmen. unskilled labor,
(superintendents, contractors and sub subcontractors
contractors subcontractors to Lowell, and will mean a
great deal to that place and will neces necessitate
sitate necessitate the spending of large sums of
money in pay rolls, in addition to the
cost of the plant and the land. The
quarry will be in operation for many
years and will make Lowell a mighty
well known railroad point.
! Coant Line Tracks to le IlallaMtetl
j The A. C. L. proposes to ballast its
'entire main line through the state with
ithis rock. Traffic is becoming so heavy
!that this is necessary. One can realize,
when this statement is made, that this
is a big enterprise, far-reaching and
will require time to fulfill. It will
mean a great deal to the transporta transportation
tion transportation of the state, and is another step
forward in the improvement and ad advancement
vancement advancement of Florida.
Mr. Meffert lias three other valuable
lime rock deposits within a mile of
Lowell, and the sale of this land in no
wise affects his lime industries either
there or elsewhere as he was not
operating at this point though he did
operate there some a number of years
I In parting with the land Mr. Meffert
j considered the vast commercial boost
j it would give to Lowell and the coun country
try country surrounding that place and natur natur-:ally
:ally natur-:ally owning a great deal of the fine
farming lands in that vicinity he will
benefit by the investment and the em employment
ployment employment of labor along with his other
OKLAWAHA KIVKK ITKMS
Grahamville, June 3. The rich land
in the Oklawaha river valley is the
eye-opener of the times. A division
.link of the Ocala Northern Railway
has long been wanted for the outlet to
this vast tract of rich soil, to convey
Its products to market speedily. This
! railway link is an assured fact now. It
leads out of Silver Springs, around the
springs and to the river at Sharp's
Ferry, thence to the Kyle and Young
property. The road will be planted in
eight days, more or less, consequently
the lands are jumping in value now,
and the early birds who invest in the
Grahamville valley shall be lucky ones.
Land buyers and prospective settlers
are writing the river men inquiries of
this rich river soil. Some of the pret pret-;
; pret-; tiest orange groves in Florida are in
the Grahamville valley. The land along
the river is especially adapted to truck
farming. The vast acreage of timber timber-er
er timber-er cattle ranges class as the very best.
A. A. G.
DEAFNESS CANNOT RE CURED
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deaf deafness,
ness, deafness, and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
inflamed condition of the mucous lin lining
ing lining of the eustachian tube. When this
tube is inflamed you have a rumbling
sound or imperfect hearing, and when
it is entirely closed, deafness is the re result,
sult, result, and unless the inflammation can
be taken out and this tube restored to
its normal condition, hearing will be
destroyed forever; nine cases out of
ten are caused by catarrh, which is
nothing but in inflamed condition of
the mucous surfaces.
We will give one hundred dollars for
any case of deafness caused by ca catarrh)
tarrh) catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars free.
F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo. O. Sold by
druggists. 75c. Take Hall's Family
Pills for constipation.
SHOT DOWN II Y SCORES
Cuban Helieln, Men and Womfn, Killed
in Rattle at Mayalaya
Santiago. Cuba. June 2. Eighteen
women fighting alongside the men in
the ranks of the rebel negroes were
! shot to death in a battle with the gov gov-iernment
iernment gov-iernment forces at Mayalaya, near F'al-
ma Soriano yesterday and last night. A
hundred and twenty-seven rebels were
killed and many wounded. Federal
General Mendita won a dicisive victory
in this battle. The rebels were sur surprised
prised surprised in camp and were swept with
PITIFUL FATE OF A BABY
Memphis. Tenn., June 1 Curly-headed,
blue-eyed Dora Catherine Schwartz,
four months old. slowly strangled to
death here yesterday when she be-
jcame pinioned between the brass bed
on which she had been placed and the
wall of the room, while her parents,
unconscious of the little ones danger.
'were at supper.
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O. IK. TEAPOT GROCERY
Two Phones, 16 and 174
SENATOR FLETCHER WANTS
TO RECLAIM THE SWAMPS
Reclamation of all the swamp and
overflowed land in the United States
was requested in a petition presented
to Congress Saturday by Senator Flet-
;cher of Florida, president of the South
ern Commercial Congress, which at its
recent convention adopted a resolution
asking that such a petition be made
to Congress. A complete survey of all
swamp and overflowed land to be fol followed
lowed followed by a plan for draining each indi individual
vidual individual project Is asked for. There are
more than 80.000,000 acres of such
land, it is estimated, in the United
MAKES THE NATION SP
The awful list of injuries on a
Fourth of July staggers humanity. Set
over against it, however, is the wonder wonderful
ful wonderful healing, by P.ucklen's Arnica Salve,
of thousands, who suffered from burns,
cuts, bruises, bullet wounds or explo explosions.
sions. explosions. Its the quick healer of boils, ul ulcers,
cers, ulcers, eczema, sore lips or piles. 25c. at
Tydings iV: Company.
LOST A black silk umbrella, silver silver-tipped
tipped silver-tipped handle, right new. Finder will
receive reward on leaving same at this
office. Lost two weeks ago.
There Is one medicine that every
family should be provided with ami es especially
pecially especially during the summer months,
viz: Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. It is almost cer certain
tain certain to be needed. It costs but a quar quarter.
ter. quarter. Can you afford to be without it?
For sale by all dealers.
FOR RENT Four room flat; also,
cottage of seven rooms, electric lights
and bath; near primary school. Mrs.
R. D. Fuller.
Whooping cough is not dangerous
when the cough is kept loose and ex expectoration
pectoration expectoration easy by giving Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It has been used
in many epidemics of this disease with
perfect success. For sale by dealers.
Alma Zada Face Powder Is the best
we have to offer at 50c. the box. The
I Post Office Drug Stores.
Bites or stings of poisonous insects
which cause the flesh to swell should be
treated with DARBY'S PROPHYLAC PROPHYLACTIC
TIC PROPHYLACTIC FLUID. It counteracts the poison,
reduces swelling quickly and eases
pain. It is equally as valuable when
applied to flsh wounds, burns, scalds,
cuts or bruises. It causes the flesh to
heal over and leaves no disfiguring
scar. Price oO cents per bottle. Sold
by all druggists.
Fruit jars at Fishel's.
Fresh Shrimp, Crabs
Fresh and Salt
in the city.
Any season's Delicacy
Chas. Rodoff, Proprietor
G. J. PHILLIPS
Contractor and Builder
Plans ana Specifications Furnished
129 South Third Street
ALLEN MAY HE TRIED AGAIN"
State Not SatUfied With First Verdict
of Seeonil Drgrre Murder
Wytheville, Va., June 2 After delib deliberating
erating deliberating two hours and a half, the jury
in the trial of Claude Swanson Allen,
yesterday afternoon found him guilty
for murder in the second degree for
the killing of Judge Thornton Massie.
They recommended that his punish punishment
ment punishment be fixed at fifteen years in the
state penitentiary at Richmond. Four
other indictments against Claude Allen
are pending, on any one of which he
may be found guilty of firse degree
GROCERY STORE FOR SALE
All new stock, new building, good lo location.
cation. location. H. A. Kramer.
THE REST YET
Daj-nglo cloths for cleaning silver silverware,
ware, silverware, at A. E. Burnett's.
Help the baby through the teething
period by giving it McGKK'S BABY
ELIXIR. It is a healthful, wholesome
remedy, well adapted to a baby's deli delicate
cate delicate stomach. It contains no opium, or
morphine or injurious drug of any
kind. Babies thrive under its excellent
stomach and bowel correcting influence.
Price 25c. and 50c. per bottle. Sold by
LOST On night of 30th, at or near
Temple Theater, one blue flowered silk
scarf, unhemmed. Ample reward for
return of same at this office.
Black Orpington cockerels and pul pullets
lets pullets of the best quality for sale. Hia Hiawatha
watha Hiawatha Laka Stock Farm. 6-l-6t
Gas in the stomach comes from food
which has fermented. Get rid of this
badly digested food as ouickly as pos possible
sible possible if you would avoid a bilious at attack;
tack; attack; HKRRINK is the remedy you
need. It cleanses and strengthens the
stomach, liver and bowels, and restores
energy and cheerfulness. Price 50c.
Sold by all druggists.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Merchants' Cafe. A. C. L. depot cor corner.
ner. corner. Meals' a la carte and lunches at
The woman of today who has good
health, good temper, good sense, bright
eyes and a lovely complexion, the re result
sult result of correct living and good diges digestion,
tion, digestion, wins the admiration of the world.
If your digestion is faulty Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets will
correct it. For sale by all dealers.
Don't you think when you go to have
your pictures made that you'd better
go to a studio that will give you the
best work? Certainly. Then come to
to the Ocala Photo Co.
It Is worse than useless to take any
medicine internally for muscular or
chronic rheumatism. All that is need needed
ed needed is a free application of Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Liniment. For sale by all dealers.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Permit to Sell I.Ijuorw, Win en and
Whereas Harry Peter has filed with the
Board of County Commissioners for
Marion County, Florida, an application
for permit to sell Liquors, Wines and
Beer in F'lection District No. 1 of said
County and State; any citizen of such
election district may show cause, if
any there be, at the meeting- of the
Board to be hell on Wednesday, the 5th j
day of June next, why such permit )
should not be granted.
S. T. Si? trunk.
Clerk of the Board of County Commis Commis-I
I Commis-I sioners. Marion County, Florida.
NOTICE. NOTICE. NOTICE. j
Notice is hereby given that ten days
from date hereof, I. Hugh Benbow,
will make application to the honorable i
board of pardon for the state of Flor- t
ida, at Tallahassee, for a pardon, I
having been tried and convicted of
manslaughter in the May term of the j
circuit court, the fifth judicial circuit j
of Florida, for Marion county, and
sentenced to eighteen months at hard
labor in the state penitentiary.
Hugh Benbow, Petitioner.
C. H. Alston. Attorney for Petitioner.
Six? ffe $ficogj
OF LAND FOR SALE
A tract of 1257 acres of the choicest
Marion county farming- land. Several
hundred acres in cultivation, and near nearly
ly nearly all fenced. First class farm build buildings
ings buildings of all kinds. Good timber on por portion
tion portion of land not In cultivation. Close
to railroad and hard roads pass thru
portions of the land. Only five miles
from Ocala. This is one of the best
farming tracts in the best section of
Marion, the banner county of the state
of Florida. The price Is very reasona reasonable.
ble. reasonable. If interested, address Box 606,
KXIGIITS OF PYTHIAS
conventions, held every Monday eve evening
ning evening in Castie Hall over Carlisle's
drugstore. A cordial welcome to visit visiting
ing visiting knights. J. G. Ferguson, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage. K. of R. and S.
Kodak finishing done by experts at
the Ocala Photo Co.
Do YdM Nwidl
Then buy your Shoes and
Hosiery from this date to
July i5th at
LITTLE'S SHOE PARLOR
and get a discount of
10 PER CENT
on every purchase
Spot Cash, Remember
Ve do not know how to keep
LITTLE'S SHOE FMLDB
V. B. KELLER & CO.
(Formerly Smith & Roberts)
Funeral Directors and
Lady Assistant when required
Calls Answered Promptly Night
or Day, to All Parts of City
Parlors Located Bark of Frank's
DAY PHONE, 10
NIGHT PHONE, 448
V. B. KELLER & CO.
Maker and repairer of
FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS
To Order or Repaired
Organs Repaired aud Good
49 W. Broadway, OCALA, FLA,
OCAIiA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, JUNE 3, 1912
WHY YOU SHOULD BAM WITH
The ComrninnieFCEal Baek
t'lrmtt Its shareholders are all home people, business men, professional
men and farmers. Their interests and yours are mutual. The bank's proSts
remain right here in the community for the upbuilding: of our town and
OUR CERTIFICATES BEAR FOUR PER CENT INTEREST
.eeoad( Its business i3 governed with conservatism. Speculation plays no
part in Its conduct. It fosters and encourages home enterprises, all of which
make for soundness a.nd satisfactory bank service.
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.
When yoo slarl building that home yon need four things
most of all: money, plans, material and last, bnl by no means
least, builders' tools.GOOD tools are as positively necessary as
lirst-class labor to get the BEST results. Onr experience ol
boildrrs, needs long ago langht us this and we therefore carry
a stock bought expressly for the expert workman, yourself.
Marion Majrdrvvaie Co.
This is a cut of the pretty R. C. 11. 25-horsepower, four-cylinder R. C. II.
Roadster, Equipped with top, windshield, gas and oil lights, self-starter, de demountable
mountable demountable rims, etc. This is the car that is cheap only in price. It has the
left-hand drive, a feature all cars will sooner or later have to adopt. It has
a long stroke motor, with center control, three speeds forward and reverse.
Silent running will make six or sixty miles an hour, as you like, on high
speed. If you want to know more about the R. C. H. or want to go out for a
. demonstration, call on, write or phone
IRL. E. YONGE
R. C. H. "25"
Mr. A. E. Bower visited his mother
in Gainesville Sunday.
Your last photo didn't do you justice.
It wasn't taken at the Ocala Photo Co.
H. D. Beach and A. C. Wise of At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta were at the Ocala House Sunday.
Dr. E. G. Peek's office phone la Xo.
468; hi reldence phone, No. 301.
Mr. J. L. Smith of Center Hill is at
the Ocala House.
Ask Mr. E. T. Helvenston why he has
sworn off his only bad habit.
Dr. A. L. Blalock, physician, office
phone No. 309; residence phoae, 132.
FOR RENT Offices In Holder building-.
Apply to Davis & Martin.
R. W. Petteway of Wauchula and R.
W. Petteway of iiomosassa were at the
Ocala House Sunday.
Don Dickerson of Greenville, Mich.,
and S. II. Glover of Raleigh. X. C
were at the Ocala House Sunday.
W. L. Davis of Plant City and Geo. H.
Dorr of Dunnellon were at the Ocala
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Lyen and Miss
Margaret Lyen and Mr. A. B. Crews
were an auto party from Clearwater at
the Ocala House Sunday,
Mr. W. 11. Massey of Orange Springs
was at the Ocala House Sunday.
G. R. Smith of Bostwick, W. II.
Adams of Enterprise and J. R. Jones of
Orlando were at the Ocala House Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. C Galbraith of Wll Wll-liston
liston Wll-liston are spending a few days in
Ocala visiting relatives.
Mr. J. G. Smith and Miss King of
Brocton, X. Y were at the Colonial
S. Porter House of Jacksonville was
at the Ocala House Sunday, but when
we go to his home town we seldom
meet any but Round Steak.
Mr. Everett Bullock, a clever young
man from Raleigh, N. C, is visiting
friends in this city. He is a guest of
T. L. Osteen of Xassau, X. P., is at
R. T. Wilkerson of Coleman, O. C.
Gammage of Terrell and A. E. Strip Stripling
ling Stripling and W. 11. Taylor of Gainesville
were at the Colonial Sunday.
Mr. W. V. Gallagher of Tampa spent
Sunday with his brother, Mr. W. B.
Gallagher, at the Ocala House.
C. II. Stamm, S. Strauss, William
Reeder and B. I. Lassiter of Xew York
were at the Ocala House Sunday.
J. L Irwin of Pittsburg was at the
Ocala House Sunday.
H. E. Harris and H. W. Upchurch of
Jacksonville were at the Ocala House
A. J. Burden and J. C. Timmons of
Miami were at the Ocala House Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. Mr. C. T. Anderson of Belleview was
in town today. Mr. Anderson has writ written
ten written a very interesting story, "Sher "Sherman's
man's "Sherman's March to the Sea," in verse,
which will be particularly interesting
to all old soldiers and their friends.
Mr. Albert Connor and wife of Ellen Ellen-ton
ton Ellen-ton are in the city. Mr. Connor is a
teacher by profession, and will be
principal of the Belleview high school
Mrs. W. J. Wilson and Miss E. II.
Calder of Citra were guests of the
Ocala House Sunday. Mrs. Wilson
came in to see Mr. Wilson, who is do doing
ing doing jury duty.
W. A. Stevens and J. C. Marsh of
Fort McCoy were at the Ocala House
Mrs. C. I Lyvers of Summerfield, in
company with her son, James, who
have just made an extended tour of the
Carolinas, have just returned and
stopped over in Ocala to attend the
The young ladies of the Presbyterian
sewing circle meet with Mrs. J. H. Tay Taylor
lor Taylor this afternoon.
Cameron Gamsby is home for his
vacation from school at Montgomery,
Professor Porter, the skilled pianist,
has returned to Georgia, and his place
at the Ideal has been adequately filled
by Leon Fishel. Leon is as good a
player as any, and his superb rendi renditions
tions renditions are much enjoyed by the people
who throng the Ideal every evening.
Dr. H. F. Watt and wife are row oc occupying
cupying occupying a part of the Pearson resi residence
dence residence on Fort King avenue.
Ocala has not contributed very heav heavily
ily heavily to the Mississippi flood sufferers, so
it is not out of place to remind our
people that the Southern Express Com Company
pany Company yet stands ready to carry money
and goods to the needy without cost to
Mrs. Lottie Cole and little son, Cham Cham-bliss,
bliss, Cham-bliss, after a pleasant vacation at the
lake, returned to Jacksonville yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. Mr. W. V. Xewsom, Jr., has had two
nights' rest in succession and his
friends are very hopeful of his recov recovery.
ery. recovery. Miss Vida Dawson of Jacksonville,
who is the guest of Mrs. John M. Gra Graham,
ham, Graham, visited friends in Reddick yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Dust in were in
town today from Candler, where they
make their winter home. They will
leave on the 14th for Batavia, X. Y.,
for their summer home and will return
to Florida in the fall.
FOR RENT The Bell residence. 1S8
East Adams street: two-story, seven
rooms and bath. Apply to Joseph Bell,
Mr. Edwin Pittman. now of Nash Nashville.
ville. Nashville. Ga., is visiting his father and
friends in this city.
Miss Ethel Harrell of Roanoke. Va..
arrived Saturday for a visit to her aunt,
Mrs. Clarence Camp. This is Miss
Harrell's second visit to Ocala.
Mr. William Ward of Coleman, one
of the witnesses in the Sumter county
trial in circuit court, was taken ill
Saturday. His physicians advised his
release from service at court until he
Little Wilbur Gary stuck a nail in
his right foot while playing in the
back yard of his home on Fort King. A
physician dressed the wound. which
was quite painful and gave the pre preventive
ventive preventive treatment for lockjaw.
Dr. Slaughter and Mr. and Mrs. Cul Culpepper
pepper Culpepper of Levon were in town Friday
evening in the doctor's car. They visit visited
ed visited the picture shows before returning
CHEAT DAY FOR VETERANS
Old Soldier Given a Feast by the
Daaghtera of the Confederacy
Marlon Camp No. U. C. V., met in
regular session In the city hall at 10
o'clock this morning, with Commander
J. JL Martin in the chair. Adjutant
Alfred Ayer and Treasurer T. D. Lan Lancaster
caster Lancaster were present. The roll- was
called and the following were present:
Alfred Ayer. T. D. Lancaster. M. M. At Atkinson.
kinson. Atkinson. W. W. Best. J. L Beck. J. IL
Brooks. W. J..Folks. W. P. Frink. L. M.
Graham, F. E. Harris, H. W. Henry, W.
M. Hogan. H. N. Knoblock, W. W. Kil Kil-patrick.
patrick. Kil-patrick. R. A. Kelsey, H. W. Long, J. C.
Mathews, A. Mcintosh. W. E. McGah McGah-agin.
agin. McGah-agin. W. E. Martin. B. H. Norris. M. L.
Payne. C. C. Priest. John Pasteur. M.
Peterson, A. L Ross. T. J. Sistrunk, C.
C. Stevens. W. W. Jackson, H. R. Shaw,
A. C. White. G. W. Wells. J. D. Will Williams,
iams, Williams, R. H. Wilkins. E. W. McDonald.
W. O. Massey, S. J. McAteer. J. A. Me Me-Claren.
Claren. Me-Claren. J. J. Fort and Joseph Carring Carring-ton.
ton. Carring-ton. Comrade R. A. Kelsey was elected
color bearer, and Comrades Knoblock
and Norris color guards.
Minutes of last meeting were read
and the paragraph instructing the pay payment
ment payment of funds to be turned over to
Bishop Weed was stricken out as being
At the Armory
The ladies of Dickison Chapter, U. D.
C. decorated the armory most beauti beautifully,
fully, beautifully, using Confederate Hags and
flowers to represent its colors. Tables
were arranged all around the room
with ample seating capacity for all.
The long tables were loaded with every
imaginable good thing to eat. Ice
water and coffee were served with the
dinner. After the veterans, the ladies
and a good many specially invited
guests and members of the families of
the Daughters had dined, there was
still enough left to feed as many more.
The veterans marched in, command commanded
ed commanded by Major Lancaster, to the assembly
call by Mr. H. W. Tucker.
The Daughters arose to meet them.
The Veterans gave the military salute
to the Daughters.
Major Lancaster spoke as follows:
Madam President, Ladies of Dickison
Chapter, U. D. C: At your solicitations
we do ourselves the honor to respond
to your kind invitation to be present
and with you today to celebrate the an anniversary
niversary anniversary of the birth of our beloved,
revered and honored president, and to
reassure you that although the frosts
of many winters have fallen upon our
heads and old mother time has plowed
furrows in our cheeks, and our ranks
are being decimated a few of us are
still here who bled with each other and
laughed at death for the honor of de defending
fending defending the virtue and well being of
our heroic women and to reassure you
as time is short with us and we will
soon have to answer to the last roll
and cross over the river and rest in the
shade, we are still ready to defend
your rights and principles as in the
dark and bloody days of the sixties
The Old Guard dies
It never surrenders.
Mrs. E. M. Howard, president of the
Daughters, responded to Mr. Lancast Lancaster's
er's Lancaster's greeting speech of acceptance.
Prayer was then offered by Rev. J. E.
Mr. L W. Duval spoke briefly, but
most eloquently, a greeting to the vet veterans,
erans, veterans, and was warmly applauded.
Col. J. M. Martin, the camp's com commander,
mander, commander, responded with a few words
that came from the depths of his full
Col Martin was then announced as
the master of ceremonies.
Memorial services were then held,
and the following names of comrades
who had died recently were read by
Col. Martin, namely: J. M. Carter, S. R.
Civil. G. M. Hubbard, J. H. Livingston.
F. II. Lytle, D. A. Miller. W. A. Shack Shackelford,
elford, Shackelford, C. H. White, E. T. Williams. R.
W. Wingate, C. H. Younge, G. W. Wa Waters,
ters, Waters, T. O. Stewart. The veterans arose
and bowed their heads after the call calling
ing calling of the roll of the dead.
Several short eulogies were pro pronounced
nounced pronounced on the memories of the dead
comrades by their living brothers.
Crosses of honor were then bestowed
on the following veterans or widows of
veterans by the Daughters, little Miss Misses
es Misses Merris Carroll and Marguerite
Fleece carrying the trays with the
crosses on them, namely: Mrs. Frances
A. Howse, Mrs. Lizzie Leavel. Mrs. Sue
Frink, Mr. Joseph Shuford, Mr. C. C.
Stephens, Mr. John W. Nance, Mr. J. S.
Weathers, Mr. J. H. Brooks.
Bugle call for dinner.
The literary program at the armory 1
was as follows:
Little Merris Carroll recited a poem.
"The Drummer Boy at Shiloh." Little
Katie May Eagleton recited the "Con "Conquered
quered "Conquered Banner." and Robert Blake re replied
plied replied to the "Conquered Banner."
The Children of the Confederacy
then sang the following poem, com composed
posed composed by Mrs. J. R. Moorhead especial especially
ly especially for the chapter, and which the little
ones memorized and sang most sweet sweetly:
ly: sweetly: C. of C. Chapter Sons
We are a band of children,
United C. of C.
We would the song of praises sing
For those who wore the gray.
From every part of our fair land
We cry both far and near.
Hurrah for the Confederate flag.
The flag we all hold dear.
For the stars and Bars, hurrah!
Hurrah for our Confederate flag.
The grand old stars and bars.
Fannie R. Gary is our name:
None better could be had.
In truth and honor we proclaim.
Hurrah for the grand old tlag.
The flag our fathers bore away
With noble strength and pride.
When in the thickest of the fray
That flag was by their side.
We'll weave a wreath of flowers
And crown our Southland Dixie.
We'll cheer the Veterans' lonely hours
Those brave men of the sixties.
We'll represent the flowers fair.
The white rose and the red.
We'll deck the Veterans' frosted hair.
And cheer the grand old flair.
Miss Annie Moorhead recited very
prettily "The I'nconquered Flag."
The services closed with a beautiful
address from Rev. Campbell Gray.
The occasion will long be remember remembered
ed remembered by both the Daughters and the Vet-
WEIGH THE EONEY QUESTION
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erans as one of the most pleasant of
the annual gatherings and dinners.
Many of the veterans were very very-feeble.
feeble. very-feeble. General H. W. Long, who has
been so desperately ill, was able to be
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Following is the program at the Air
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The Cataracts of Klf, Karleo, Sweden.
President Taft Signing the Procla Proclamation
mation Proclamation Creating the State of Arizona.
The Hospital Baby.
The Old Florist.
IN THE CIRCl IT COURT
The court is still at work on the
Sumter county case. The evidence of
the state Saturday was very unfavora unfavorable
ble unfavorable to the defense. The witnesses for
the defense are being heard today, and
thre is very little prospect of the case
being concluded before tomorrow.
SALE OF I, NDS FOR TAXES
County Tax Collector W. L. Colbert
made the sale of the lands advertised
for taxes today.
Ill SV TIME IN THE CITY
This was certainly a busy day in
Ocala. Circuit court is in session and
an important murder trial is going on.
County commissioners in session. The
school board in session. Confederate
Veterans' meeting and dinner. Sale of
delinquent tax lands. Rule day in
chancery court. Lots of commission
buyers in town. Great negro excursion
from St. Augustine and other points
by two special trains.
The speech before the jury of W. K.
Zewadski of Ocala. senior counsel for
the defense, was one of the most elo eloquent
quent eloquent ever delivered in the circuit
court room, and his defense, with that
of his son. W. K. Zewadski, Jr.. saved
the neck of his client. The argument
for the defense was opened by W. K.
Zewadski. Jr.. of Tampa, who during
the course of his speech before the
jury brought out and emphasized some
of the strongest points of the defense.
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CARD OF THANKS
Mr. Carter II. Dame and his children
request the Star to express their
heartfelt thanks for the help and com comfort
fort comfort given In the illness and death of
ELKS RECEPTION TONIGHT
The Elks will hold their reception,
banquet and dance this evening at the
club and lodge rooms.
Mr. Claude Campbell is homo from
Mr. S. X. Grubbs and family have re returned
turned returned to the city from Martel.
Miss Irene Campljell, a pretty young
lady from DeLand, Is the guest of Mrs.
W. W. Stripling.
Mrs. C. L. Bittinger had a fainting
spell this afternoon and has been quite
ill since. The trouble seems to be
largely one of nervous prostration. It
is hoped she will be herself again in a
day or two.
Mr. C. W. Collins, who is in charge
of the staff of writers and illustrators
who are doing the outside work on the
Star's great industrial edition, which
will be issued in a day or two, return returned
ed returned yesterday from Jacksonville, where
he has been spending a few days.
While cutting wood at his home
south of town. Saturday, Mr. Clelland
Johnson sustained a heavy blow from
a stick of wood which flew up sudden suddenly.
ly. suddenly. The wound which resulted was
quite painful, but he is able to be
Mr. Norton Davis returned Saturday
afternoon from Davidson, X. C, where
he attended commencement at his
school, Davidson College. Mr. Davis
had a most enjoyable visit and was
warmly welcomed by his old college
mates, with whom he was very popu popular.
lar. popular. Davidson graduated the largest
class in Its history this year and the.
exercises were very interesting and
Mr. Maurice Strauss left today for
his recent home in Cincinnati. Ohio,
where he will visit his wife and daugh daughter
ter daughter for a few days. Mrs. Strauss and
daughter will come to Ocala in the fall
to make their home here with Mr.
Mrs. E. G. Peek entertains the Bap Baptist
tist Baptist sewing circle this afternoon.
The handsome and intelligent face of
Julius E. Brown of Ocala looks out
from the bunch of other fine-looking
boys whose collective portrait as the
senior class of the Georgia Military
Academy adorns the Sunday Atlanta
The county commissioners are in
session today, as is also the school
Mrs. Alice Greene, who was taken to
the hospital, suffering from typhoid
fever. Is doing very well today.
At. the Presbyterian church yester yester-Mr.
Mr. yester-Mr. Baxter Cam was ordained a
Elizabeth Thayer Williams, the tiny
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Will Williams,
iams, Williams, was christened at the "Episcopal
church yesterday morning.
The Star regrets to learn thru Mrs.
Inez Rayburn, who was an inmate of
the hospital a few weeks ago. died at
her home near Dunnellon last week.
Many sorrowing friends attended her
funeral at Cedar Grove Saturday.
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1 MEAB 1
I 1L If FLAME
A STOHY OK ADVENTURE AND IN INTRIGUE
TRIGUE INTRIGUE By Louis Joseph Vance)
"Well, -we were fond of each other,
Chambret and I. I helped him out
of some tight corners and he helped
me along when me money ran short
&3 it always did, and will, I'm
thinking. After a while I got to won wondering
dering wondering how much I owed the man
and figured it up; the sum total
frightened the life out of me, and I
I made him take the ruby by way of se
curity and never was able to redeem
it, for 'twas only a little after that
that I came Into me enormous patri patrimony
mony patrimony and squandered it riotously get getting
ting getting married to the most beautiful
"He warned me to hold the stone,
the O'Mahoney did, saying that the
time would come when some native
prince would offer to redeem the Luck
of the State as an act of piety and pa patriotism.
triotism. patriotism. He prophesied a reward of
at least fifty thousand pounds. And
now it's come twice over!"
"And now what can you do?"
"Do?" cried O'Rourke. "Faith,
what would I be doing? D'ye realize
what this means to me, dear heart?
It means you independence, a little
fortune, the right to claim my wife!"
He drew her to him. "Do? Sure, and
by the first train and boat I'll go to
Algeria, find Chambret, get him to
give me the stone, take it to Rangoon,
claim the reward, repay Chambret
"And what, my paladin?"
"Dare ye ask me that, madame?
. . Say, will ye wait for me?"
She laughed softly. "Have I not
"Tell me," he demanded, "have ye
talked with anyone about this letter?"
"Only to Clara Plinlimmon!"
"Good Lord!" groaned the Irishman.
"Only to her! Could ye not have
printed broadsides, the better to make
the matter public?"
"Did I do wrong?"
" 'Twas indiscreet and that's put putting
ting putting it mildly, me dear. D'ye know
the woman's a walking newspaper?
How much did ye tell her? Did ye
show her the letter?"
"No." She answered his last ques question
tion question first. "And I told her very little
only about this reward for a ruby
I didn't know you owned. We were
wondering where to find you."
"And she told no one or who do
The woman looked a little fright frightened.
ened. frightened. "She told she must have told
that man Monsieur des Trebes."
"He was with us on the yacht, one
of Clara's guests."
"She has a pretty taste for com company
pany company my word! How d'ye know she
told him? He asked you about it?"
"The letter? Yes. He wanted to
know the name of the solicitors and
their address. I wouldn't tell him. I
"Had ye told Lady Plinlimmon?"
"Praises be for that!"
"Because . ." O'Rourke paaused,
vague suspicions taking shape in his
mind. "Why did he ask about Cham Chambret?"
bret?" Chambret?" he demanded. "How could he
have learned that the jewel was with
He jumped up and began to pace
His wife rose, grave with conster consternation.
nation. consternation. "What," she faltered "what
makes you think, suspect ?"
"Because the fellow lied to me about
you this very night. Ye were with
Lady Plinlimmon in the Casino, were
ye not? Faffth, and didn't I see ye? I
was in chase of ye when the man
stopped me with his rigmarole about
representing the rVench government
and having a secret commission for
me. Ye heard him just now. .
And when I asked him was he of your
party, he denied knowing Lady Plin Plinlimmon.
limmon. Plinlimmon. . He made a later ap appointment
pointment appointment with me here, to talk
things over. I'm thinking he only
wanted time to think up a scheme for
petting me out of the way. Also, he
wanted to find out where Chambret
was. D'ye not see through his little
game? To get me away from Monte
Carlo by the first morning train, that
we might not meet; to get me on the
first Atlantic liner, that I might not
interfere with his plot against Cham Chambret.
bret. Chambret. For what other reason would he
give me sealed orders? Sealed or orders'"
ders'" orders'" O'Rourke laughed curtly, tak-
She Flung Herself Upon Him, Sob Sobbing.
bing. Sobbing. ing the long envelope from his pocket
ana tearing it open. "tJenoia nia
sealed orders, if ye please!"
He shuffled rapidly through his fin fingers
gers fingers six sheets of folded letter paper,
guiltless of a single pen-scratch,
crumpled them into a wad and threw
it from him.
"What more do I need to prove that
he's conspiring to steal the Pool of
Flame and claim for himself the re reward?
ward? reward? . A bankrupt, discred discredited,
ited, discredited, with nothing but his title and
his fame as a dnelist to give him
standing; is it wonderful that he's
grasping at any chance to recoup his
fortunes?" He took a swift stride to toward
ward toward the door, halted, turned. "And
young Glynn?" he demanded. "Was
he with you, and was he thick with
this precious rogue of a vicomte?"
"They were much together."
"Faith, then it's clear as window window-glass
glass window-glass that the two of them, Lo;h
broke, have figured out this thing be between
tween between them. . Well and good!
I want no more than a hint of warn warning.
ing. warning. . ."
He was interrupted by a knocking.
With a start and a muttered exclama exclamation
tion exclamation he remembered Van Einem, and
stepped to the door and out into a cor corridor,
ridor, corridor, shutting the woman in.
She remained where he had left
her, her pretty brows knitted with
thought, for a time abstractedly con conscious
scious conscious of a murmur of voices in the
hallway. These presently ceased as
the speakers moved away. She turned
to one of the windows, leaning against
its frame and staring at the ominous
flicker and flare of sheet-lightning
which lent the night a ghastly lumin luminosity.
osity. luminosity. A cool breeze sprang up, bellying
the curtains. The woman expanded to
It, reviving in its fresh breath from
the enervating influence of the even evening's
ing's evening's still heat. Her intuitive facul faculties
ties faculties began to work more vivaciously;
she began to divine that which had
been mysterious to her ere now.
The lightning grew more intense
and incessant, the thunder beating the
long roll of the charge. A heavy
gust of air chill as death made her
shiver. She shrank away from the
windows, a little awed, wishing for
O'Rourke's return, wondering what
had made him leave her so abruptly.
Then suddenly she knew. .
She could have screamed with hor horror.
ror. horror. Almost simultaneously the door
slammed; her husband had returned.
With a little cry she flung herself
upon him, clinging to him, panting,
"Tell me," she demanded, "what you
intend to do? Do you mean to fight
him Des Trebes?"
"In the morning," he answered
lightly, holding her tight and comfort comforting
ing comforting her. 'Tis unavoidable: I pro provoked
voked provoked his challenge. He was obliged
to fight. But don't let that worry
"Oh, my dear, my dear!" She
sobbed convulsively upon his breast.
"'Twill be nothing hardly that; an
annoyance no more. Believe me,
"What can you mean ?"
"That the man will never consent
to weapons worthy the name. He
values his precious hide too highly,
and he's not going to put himself in
the way of being injured when he has
the Pool of Flame to steal. Be easy
on that score, darling and have faith
in me a little. I'll not let him harm
me by so much as a scratch."
"Ah, but how can I tell? .
Dearest, my dearest, why not give it
up not the duel alone, but all this life
of roaming and adventure that keeps
us apart? Am I not worth a little
sacrifice? Is my love not recom recompense
pense recompense enough for the loss of your ab absolute
solute absolute independence? Listen, dear, I
have thought of something; I will
make you independent, I will settle
upon you all that I possess. I
"Faith, and I know ye don't for an
instant think I'd dream of accepting
"But give it up. What is the world's
esteem when you have me to love and
honor you? . Come to me, Ter Terence.
ence. Terence. I need you I need you desper desperately.
ately. desperately. I need the protection of your
arm as well as your name. I need my
"I will," he said gently; "sweetheart,
I promise ye I will in ninety days.
Give me that respite, give me that
time in which to make or break my
fortunes. Give me a chance to take
the Pool of Flame to Rangoon nay,
meet me there in ninety days. I will
come to you as one who has the right
to claim his wife; but if I have lost,
still will I come to you, a broken man
but your faithful lover come to you
to be healed and comforted. .
Dear heart of me, give me this last
With an eldritch shriek and a
mighty rushing wind the storm broke
over the mainland and a roaring rain
Impulsively the Irishman turned off
tbe lights, and, lifting his wife in his
arms bore her to an armchair by the
The storm waned in fury, passed,
died in dull distant mutterings. Still
she rested in his embrace, her flushed
face, wet with tears, pillowed to his
cheek, her mouth seeking his.
Vague murmurings sounded in the
stillness, sighs. .
( Continued Tomorrow)
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R. G. Grier went to Ocala last week
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Capt. Richardson is still confined to
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Rev. W. T. Rencher left here Tuesday
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cala Star, a newspaper published in
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