For All of Hie Ccizss
AT RIGHT PRICES
Thcus -Zachry Co.
OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1912.
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lloonis W, 10 and 11. Second Floor,
CM JALA FLORIDA
L. F. BLALOCK
Office Over Commercial Hank
OCALA .... FLORIDA
4Offlre Hours. N to 12 a. ni. 1 to 5
p. m. llione 211.
FULLER & AYER
Office over Munroe AL- C)iamllis Ii'k
F. E McCLANE
Physician and Surgeon
General Practice Calls Made Prompt Promptly,
ly, Promptly, Might or Day.
Special Attention to Obstetrics. Dis Diseases
eases Diseases of Women and Children.
Office Rooms 1. 2. 3, 4. 5 and 6. Holder
Building. Second Floor. Phones
Office No. 333; Residence No. 333
DR. J. T. SHAW. VETERINARIAN
Graduate of the United States Col College
lege College of Veterinary Surgeons,
WASHINGTON. D. C.
caled at the J on cm Hoapltal a South
Ftrat Street, Went
All Calls Promptly Answered.
Accurate BuildJner Plnns. Blue PrlnU
tad Specifications made. Lands Sur Surveyed
veyed Surveyed and riatti-d '-e Estimates
cade on Erection f buildings of any
character by co:itraft or on comrols comrols-llon
llon comrols-llon basis, writ r consult me at
Xarthnnt Corn-r 'tn!a House Bloek
C. J, PHILLIPS
Conf rac!f?r and Builder
Plans ana fr!!icjtion. Furnished
t'j on RrixuesC.
129 ..i;.h TUrd Sireet
V. B. KELLER & CO.
(Formerly Sitii & Roberts)
Funeral Directors and
Lady Assistant when required
Calls Answered Promptly Night
or Day, to All Parts o! City
Parlors Located Between Ideal
Theater and Express Office
DAY PHONE, 10
NIGHT PHONE, 418
V. B. KELLER & CO.
PICKING EARLY STRING BEAN'S, ANTHONY, MARION COUNTY
(From the Star's Industrial Edition)
Martel, Junel2. "And the next day
Rev. W. F. Allen was in the village
last Thursday coming up from Dun Dun-nellon
nellon Dun-nellon where he is assisting in the re revival
vival revival meetings.
Miss Pearl Warren concluded her
visit here last Friday leaving for
Geneva where she will spend a few
days with friends in camping out and
Mrs. P. A. Ausley received a tele telegram
gram telegram statins? that her mother was very
sick at Miami and left for that city last
Monday. She was accompanied by her
neice. Miss Anna Belle Allen.
Mrs. P.lake and daughter, Irma,
have returned to their home In Ocala
after spending nearly a week inN Mar Martel
tel Martel as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dil Dil-lard.
lard. Dil-lard. On account of the rainy weather
Rev. L. P. "Warren failed to fill his
appointment here last Sunday, much to
the disappointment of a good audience
at the church.
An item in the TImcs-T nion of re recent
cent recent date under- the heading of "Re "Remarkable
markable "Remarkable Pitching," gave the informa information
tion information that Carl Ray, a left-handed col
lege twirler had brought victory to
the Winston-Salem team over Char Charlotte,
lotte, Charlotte, and setting a new record for the
fast Carolina league by winning three
straight games. Carl is the son of Mr.
Walter Ray of this place and his many
friends here are always glad to hear
of the success of this popular young
Iist Saturday was a legal holiday
in Martel. it being the Martel Lumber
Co.'s pay day and as usual a large per
cent of our population could be seen in
Ocala, between the hours of 1 and 2:30
Lovers of good singing will be in interested
terested interested to know that Prof. John O.
Reall. member of the Showalter-Pat-ton
Male Quartette of Dallas, Texas,
and well known throughout the South
as a teacher of instrumental and vocal
music will spend Sunday here and will
assist in the singing at the church at
both afternoon and evening services.
Preaching services will be held here
that day by Rev. J. P. Rooney, followed
Miss Laura Kemp returned from
Tallahassee laat Monday evening
where she has been attending school.
EXDS HUNT FOR RICH GIRL.
Often the hunt for a rich wife ends
when the man meets a woman, that
uses Electric Bitters. Her strong
nerves tell in a bright brain and even
temper. Her peach-blossom complex complexion
ion complexion and ruby lips result from her pure
blood; her bright eyes from restful
sleep; her elastic step from firm, free
muscles, all telling of the health and
strength Electric Bitters give a wom woman,
an, woman, and the freedom from indigestion,
backache, headache, fainting and dizzy
spells they promote. Everywhere they
are woman's favorite remedy. If weak
or ailing try them. 50c at Tydings &.
HOMOS ASS. V HAPI'EXlXfiS
(Crystal River News)
W. W. Archibald of Christiana.
Tenn., arrived Tuesday to look after
his interests in the cedar mill here.
R. O. tlrier has not been located yet.
having skipped out and left his cred creditors
itors creditors in bad shape.
Mrs. W. Truitt has purchased a new
J. H. Humphrey is at Dunnellon
running a switch engine.
Mr. Benjamin Shiver is netting along
The cedar mill has been shut down
indefinitely pending an investigation
and probable sale.
Orange Springs, June 12. The con continued
tinued continued rains have prevented the gath gathering
ering gathering and shipping of vegetables and
the tomatoes will soon be lost if the
wet weather continues much longer.
Mr. and Mrs. A. I Wimberly. of
Jacksonville. are visiting relatives
here this week.
Mrs. C. A. Woods, who has been suf suffering
fering suffering from poison caused from com coming
ing coming in contact with the poison oak or
ivy is much better.
Mrs. S. Bt Field after spending
some time with relatives here returned
to her home at1 Indianola last Sunday.
Mr. Field came up and accompanied
Mrs. Field home.
Dr. J. C. Hutchinson, is quite ill at
his home, the Orange Springs Inn. His
many friends hope he will soon be up
Mr. L. T. Matehet, of Bay Lake, was
la town last Friday and when drivinir
out his horse took fright and ran away.
The horse made several jumps turn turning
ing turning the corner of the street. Mr.
Matehet let go 1he horse and fell to
the groun-d the wheel passing over his
foot and bruising it badly. The horse
rushed on leaving pieces of harness
and wagon scattered along, till it
reached the Ocala Northern. A train
happened to be at the station, and upon
seeing thf engine the horse took on
renewed fright and turned quicks quicksand
and quicksand came back, meeting Mr. Hatchet
with only the bridle and collar left.
It was as quiet as a horse could be.
Mr. Match'et was taken home by Mr.
Johnson, being too lame to walk.
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Eagin and
daughter. Miss Jessie, will return to
their home in the north this week.
Mr. Eagin has been improving his
farm near town and will return next
winter and reside here permanently.
DRAFXESS CAXXOT IIE 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 intlamed 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.
York, June 13. Charlie Beck of Fel Fellowship,
lowship, Fellowship, a former clerk for Home &
Douglass, was a caller in our burg
Saturday with a high-stepper.
Mr. L. L. Steele has been home the
past week too much water in the flat
Crops that were planted early are
looking good, but those of late plant planting
ing planting are not doing so well too much
J. R. Miller, our popular clerk, went
up" to Martel Saturday night to spend
Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. L. Miller.
Our worthy young merchant and
farmer, Mr. Robert Douglass! has ev everything
erything everything in readiness to open up the
postoffice but the mail pouches.
H. M. Cave, Emett Watson, Miss
Maud Watson and the writer spent
Sunday afternoon with J. M. Brooks
Mr. Thomas Russell went up to Mar
Mr. Emmett, who has had charge of
Ray's still at Leroy for some time, has
resigned and Tuesday moved his family
to our burg, and will occupy the house
formerly owned by R. D. Harrison and
will look after the turpentine location
of Home & Co. at this place.
Mrs. J. M. Gillis and daughter, little
Miss Louise of Avon Park, arrived
Monday and will be with her husband's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gillis for
Mr. L. L. Steele went up to Ocala
Mrs. J. M. Gillis and Mis? Lallie Gil Gillis
lis Gillis took a trip to Ocala Tuesday.
Mr. Geo. M. Easterling shipped sev several
eral several cars of melons to northern mar markets
kets markets via the O. & S. W. ;
Mr. W. A. Simpson, a former merch merchant
ant merchant of this place, is still at Buchanan,
hale and hearty.
Mr. Robert Douglass shipped a few
more crates of cantaloupes Tuesday.
HELPED TO KEEP DOWN" EXPENSES
Mrs. J. E. Henry, Akron. Mich., tells
how she did so: "I was bothered with
my kidneys and had to go nearly dou double.
ble. double. I tried a sample of Foley Kidney
Pills and they did me so much good
that I bought a bottle, and feel that
they saved me a big doctor's bill." For
sale by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
COME ONE. COME ALL
An entertainment consisting of read readings,
ings, readings, tableaus, violin and piano selec-
j tion vocal music, etc., will be held in
the Odd Fellows Hall, at Oxford, Fla..
on Wednesday evening. June H, 1912.
at 7:30 o'clock.
Ice cream and home-made candies
will be on sale at close of entertain entertainment.
ment. entertainment. The entertainment will be under the
auspices of the Laides Aid Society of
the M. E. Church, of Oxford.
Gas in the stomach comes from fooj
which has fermented. Get rid of this
badly digested food as quickly as pos possible
sible possible if you would avoid a bilious at attack;
tack; attack; HERBINE is the remedy you
need. It cleanses and strengthens the
stomach, liver and bowels, and restores
energy and cheerfulness. Price ZOc.
Sold by all druggists.
Auau-ta. Ga June 13. The worst
earthquake felt here in-e IS'.;, whe::
'!iarle-ton was so badly damaged, was
experU-m-e.1 yc-if r.l.iy morning, at .".:::
.'. J... k. Three vibrations were felt,
following clo-ly upon each ot'a-r. The
anl hills above the town, on whi. 'ri i i-bu'.l;
bu'.l; i-bu'.l; the best residence section oi' t he
city. wer- severely shaken. No daai daai-tuo
tuo daai-tuo is reported.
Three Mio-k Felt nl Columbia
'! ii in bia S. i'.. .June 1 :!. Tiirf-e dis distinct
tinct distinct earth shocks were fi it here, he he-ginning
ginning he-ginning at f.:3ft o'clock ye-t.r-lay
morning. The vibrations were severe
enough to rattle shutters and windows
f house--, shake pictures on the walls
and a w i ken residents from sound
Savannah Shaken I p
Savannih. June 13. Earthquake
-i, '. ks which were felt at Columbia,
s. C. and Augusta. Ga., vesterday
noriiing. were also distinctly noticed
"tere at the same hour. No damage is
ANOTHER l)i:IH.V ACCIDENT
l.ieiil. Ha.elhiirMt anil Aviator Welch
Killed Trying t" Make an A A-eeiiKlon
eeiiKlon A-eeiiKlon Near Waxhlngton
Washington, June 12. Another fear fearful
ful fearful toll was taken by aviation last
night, when the mutilated bodies of
Lieut. Leighton W. Hazelhurst, Jr..
seventeenth infantry, P. S. A., and Alf Alfred
red Alfred L Welch, a professional aviator in
the employ of the Wright brothers.
were hauled from under the debris of
a collapsed aeroplane. The accident oc
curred while they were attempting to
make the tests required by the govern
ment in a machine contracted for by
the war department.
Although an army
board was ap ap-to
to ap-to determine the
it is probable the
The crash came
cause or th; accident
real cause of the
never will be known.
so suddenly and unexpectedly that the
two men met their death without be being
ing being able to make a single move to ar arrest
rest arrest their fall. Seven army flyers were
among the scores of spectators, but
tliey cannot explain the accident. accident.-ItrKiin
ItrKiin accident.-ItrKiin 2.4HMt Feet (limit
It was shortly after 6 o'clock that
the Wright machine was run out in
front of the long line of hangars. For
several days Aviator Welch, whose
home is in this city, had been busy
demonstrating the aeroplane. All of
the war department requirements had
been met except a climb of 2.000 feet
within ten minutes carrying a load of
1.10 pounds. Welch knew the machine
was capable of meeting the test for it
had been accomplished at Dayton, O.,
by Orville Wright before it was taken
to College Park and he had been made
impatient by several failures.
"I'm going to make that climb to today
day today or know the reason why," he said,
as he began to tune up. "I am tired of
fooling." he added.
A few minutes later he announced
that he was ready. Lieut. Hazelhurst
followed Welch into the machine, tak taking
ing taking the passenger's seat. The aero aeroplane
plane aeroplane moved off steadily and flew the
length of t lie field, rising 200 feet. As
it was turned toward the group of
army officers before the hangars
Welch dipped sharply to indicate to
the official starter that he was ready
for the stiff climb.
The dip carried the machine to with within
in within about 7.1 feet of the ground, and it
then straightened out sharply, too
quickly, the observing flyers thought.
Without warning the aluminum wings
crumpled or collapsel upward so that
they almost met above the engine. The
machine dropped, then turned her nose
toward the earth and dived.
The accident occurred 1,000 feet from
the hangars and when the first witness
reached the wreck it was seen that
both of the men were dead. Welch
was buried in the debris, but the body
of Hazlehurst had been catapulted
fully twenty feet away after the ma machine
chine machine struck. Welch's clothes were
practically torn from his body, which
was bruised and battered. Hazlehurst's
W. 0. BLANCHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
P. O. ROX 4fl OCALA. FLA
M'lVER & MAG KAY
Undertakers and Embalmers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
D. E. MTi'KR AND C. V. ROBERTS,
AH Work Doi:e by Licensed Em Embalmers
balmers Embalmers and FuILr Guaranteed.
Phones: D. E. Melver, 104: C. V. Rob Roberts.
erts. Roberts. 30.1; Undertaking Office, 4 7.
Fresh Shrimp, Crabs
Fresh and Salt
in the city.
Any season's Delicacy
Chas. Iiodoff, Proprietor
skull was fractured and his head badly
Death to both the men probably had
been instantaneous. Their bodies were
rushed in automobiles to Ward Reed
Hospital in this city.
ROOSEVELT MEN IN OPEN REVOLT
In Some Ntnfex, They Will Vote AjjalnKt
Tnft, Even if He Heeelve the
Chicago, 111.. June 13. Recourse to
Roosevelt men who have been elected
presidential electors is the announced
plan of William Flinn of Pittsburg,
should the convention nominate Taft.
Flinn made this statement in a vig vigorous
orous vigorous attack on the national commit committee,
tee, committee, in which he declared such a move,
while it might defeat the republican
nominee for president, would save the
party in the big republican states. His
position is endorsed by Governor Glass Glasscock
cock Glasscock of West Virginia. who said all
West Virginia, electors would vote for
Roosev It. regardless of the conven convention's
tion's convention's action.
Senator Dixon said
there would be need
that the "Taft for.-e:
steal the nomination.
"We don't propose
ie did not think
for such action,
would not dare
to allow dele-
gates from southern states and insular
possessions to' dictate for presidential
nomination to the great republican
states." said Flinn. "The time has
come when a political rebellion is nec necessary
essary necessary for the protection of the repub republican
lican republican states."
MAN COIC.HS AM) RREAKS RinS
After a frightful coughing spell a
man in Neenah, Wis., felt terrible pains
in his side and his doctor found two
ribs had been broken. What agony Dr.
King's New Discovery would have
saved him. A few teaspoonsful ends a
late cough, while persistent use routs
obstinate coughs, expels stubborn colds
or heals weak, sore lungs. "I feel sure
its a God-send to humanity," writes
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 satisfj, and
you can get a free trial bottle or 50 50-cent
cent 50-cent or $1 size at Tydings & Co.
OF LAND FOR SALE
A tract of 1237 acres of the choicest
Marion county farming land. Several
hundred acres in cultivation, and near nearly
ly nearly all fenced. First class farm build buildings
ings buildings of all kinds. Good timber on por portion
tion portion of land not in cultivation. Close
to railroad and hard roads pass thru
portions of the land. Only five miles
from Ocala. This is one of the best
farming tracts in the best section of
Marion, the banner county of the state
of Florida. The price is very reasona reasonable.
ble. reasonable. If interested, address Box 606,
MIKES THE NATION fJASP
The awful list of injuries on a
Fourth of July staggers humanity. Set
over against it, however, is the wonder wonderful
ful wonderful healing, by Bucklen's Arnica Salve,
of thousands, who suffered from burns,
cuts, bruises, bullet wounds or explo explosions.
sions. explosions. Its the quirk healer of boils, ul ulcers,
cers, ulcers, eczema, sore lips or piles. 2.1c. at
Tydings fc Company.
CHICKENS FOK SALE
A few pullets and cockerels, thor thoroughbred
oughbred thoroughbred Rhode Island Reds from
heavy winter laying strain. Pullet
nearly ready to lay. Low prices for
quick sale. Q. E. Peacock, at Star of office.
fice. office. MOVE ON NOW
says a policeman to a street crowd, and
whacks heads if it doesn't. "Move on
now," say the big, harsh mineral pills
to bowel congestion and suffering fol follows.
lows. follows. Dr. King's New Life Pills don't
bulldoze the bowels. They gently per persuade
suade persuade them to right action, and health
at Tydings & Company.
FOR SALE j
1212 modfrl Maxwell runabout equip- j
ped with spee Jomet r, electric horn.
etc. Been run less than four hundred j
miles. In perree; condition. u ill sell
for part cash and balance on easy
terms. If interested address box 404,
Ocala, Fla, 5-14
The woman of today who has good
health, srood temper, srood sense, bright
eye and a lovely complexion, the re result
sult result of correct living and good diges digestion,
tion, digestion, win- tr. admiration cf the world.
in is faulty Chamber-
Iain's Stomach and Liver Tablets will
correct it. For .-ale by all dealers.
FOR RENT Offices in Holder build building.
ing. building. Apply to Davis & Martin.
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STACKS READY FOR BAILING IN MARION COI'NTY
From the Star's Industrial Edition)
THE BEST VALUES TO BE
SEE US WHEN YOU ARE
READY FOR ANYTHING
IN OUR LINE
HELVENSTON & PASTEUR
Call up Phone 300 and Lei
AND ELECTRICAL WORK
We Guarantee to Save You Money on Any Work in Onr Lines
An up employ none lint expert, we are la position to Rruaraatee
ery pleee of mirk Hf con.trnrt to Mantl the Inspection f the m9mt
rlitltl Inxpertorit. It comIm nothing to Kef onr flsjureM, and yon arc the
Inner, whether we neeure the eontraet or not. Give ui m trial.
M. W. TUCKER
FORT KINC; BLOCK
ALLIGATOR RAIN COATS
They are the kind thi.t 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. -We
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
.io. -tor bills. it; nsno
KNIGHT &: LANG
Florida Aello Sales Co.
North of Government Buildinji
us Give an Estimate on Your
If you come here for auto supplies.
You'll be on the right road to satis satisfaction.
faction. satisfaction. No matter whether you re require
quire require a few tools, a set of tires, a
pump, a lamp, a horn or a can. of
grease the right way for you to come
Is In this direction.
OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, JUNE 1912.
GOALA EVHIiriG STAR
Etttteger & Carroll Propriety.
It. R, Carroll, Business Manager-
J. H. Benjamin, Editor.
Entered in the poatofflce at Ocala,
Fla., second class mall matter1:
P. WILSOY CBEEX
The d news of the death of Profes-
or P. Wilson ureen reaenea ucaw
Professor Green died at the home of
his .father-in-law. Mr. M. I Payne,
sear Fairfield. Tuesday, and his re remains
mains remains were laid to rest In the Fairfield
Professor Green was a native of Ken Kentucky,
tucky, Kentucky, in which state he received his
education and embarked on his career
Ha came to "Florida about twenty
years ago, and since that time has
taught almost every year In the
schools of Marion county. In every
community where he taught he attain attained
ed attained a high reputation as an educator, a
citizen and a neighbor.
About twelve years ago. he was
united in maTriage to Miss Jennie, the
daughter of Mr. M. L. Payne. Their ac acquaintance
quaintance acquaintance was. formed in the school schoolroom,
room, schoolroom, and their marriage resulted from
similarity of temperament and congen congeniality
iality congeniality of character. Their married life
was a happy one and will ever be look looked
ed looked back to with love and pride by the
widow and her children.
Mr. Green was a candidate in the
April primary for the office of super superintendent
intendent superintendent of public instruction. Though
in ill health and suffering, he carried
on an energetic campaign, and tho un unsuccessful
successful unsuccessful made a good race.
Marion county citizenship and the
cause of education suffers a heavy loss
In the death of Professor Green. The
Star mourns him as a personal friend,
and loins his relatives in sorrow at
PAYS TO SPEAK PLAINLY
While the Star doesn't think the
Tampa Times has been fair toward
Congressman-elect L'Engle. it entirely
agrees with the sentiment expressed In
the following paragraph:
We have only this to say; that we
treated! this matter as we do all pub
lie questions that come up for discus discussion
sion discussion we expressed the views that
seemed to us right regardless of their
The Star can appreciate the above
the more fully from the fact that it is
built somewhat that way itself. An
outspoken man or newspaper is al always
ways always of more value than one that
trims his or its sails to every wind
Criminals fare better in this country
than. In England; strikers who come in into
to into conflict with the law are apt to fare
.worst. In Newark yesterday twenty twenty-one
one twenty-one fwere tried and sentenced in a
batch to a year In the penitentiary,
though none of them were represent represented
ed represented by counsel, and no effort seems to
have been made to see that justice was
done. Most of them were foreigners,
some of them had little English. They
had been rounded up by policemen
whose testimony constituted the evi evidence
dence evidence against them. Under such condi conditions,
tions, conditions, fan less equitable than those of
martial law, where the accused has a
spokesman, it is quite possible that
some Innocent men were included with
the guilty, and it is highly probable
that some of the guilty were minor of offenders.
fenders. offenders. It may have been an Impossi Impossible
ble Impossible task to pick out the ringleaders
and those guilty of assaults, but in that
case a lighter sentence, say a month in
Jail.$ Imposed on all, would have been
sufficient as a vindication of the law.
A year in the penitentiary Is -vindictive
rather than vindicative. Springfield
It Is this policy, steadily pursued by
the -courts, more in northern states
than southern, that Is principally re responsible
sponsible responsible for the spread of socialistic
and anarchistic sentiment among the
working classes. Foreigners who come
to this "land of opportunity" are sur surprised
prised surprised and embittered to find they stand
less show for justice than in their
autocrat-ridden native lands.
The value of the advice being given
democrats in regard to their choice of
a presidential nominee by the New
York Sun Is detracted from not a lit little
tle little by the fact that the Sun is a stand stand-pat,
pat, stand-pat, high tariff, reactionary republican
paper. It will be good policy for dem democrats
ocrats democrats to find out what the New York
Sun approves of, and then do some something
thing something else.
The Star begs to disagree with the
late grand jury In its opinion that $2
a day Is enough for a county road
overseer. It would be almost impos
sible to obtain a competent man for
Uncle Sam's sending battleships to
chase the negro insurgents In the jun
gles of Cuba reminds us of the famous
comparison of Bismarck of a war be between
tween between England and Germany to a bat
tle between a shark and a bear. Tampa
The bear, since Bismarck's time, has
become a' very good swimmer, and if
you don't believe Uncle Sam's sea sol
diers can do some mighty good fight
in on land, read their record at
Guantanamo in '98 and in China in 1900
I have too much respect for you to
tell you that you are in no danger of a
dictatorship. When any man tells you
that, get him a nurse and a perambula
tor, for if he really believes it, he isn't
fit to be at large." Theodore Roose
velt. In a speech at Gettysburg.
For on. the Star agrees with the
coloneL The man who thinks the Am
erican people will submit to a dictator
has an opinion of them they do not de
While there Is such a scramble on for
the republican nomination for presi
dent, there are very few aspirants for
the vice presidential nomination. But
Governor John Abner Mead of Vermont
wants the iob and is out after it. He
has formally announced his candidacy
"Help the baby through
time by the help of-
tie helpless creature doped on opium
and alcohol by thoughtless parents.
Do you know the ingredients of the
month tTie- svrun the baby gets? Miami
They have to print them on the bot
tie ths davs. but its dollars to dough
nuts that they are seldom read.
A car of melons brought $125 f. o. b
at Lowell yesterday.
resident Tart gained forty more
votes in the republican national con
ventlon yesterday through the settle settlement
ment settlement of contest cases by the national
commltee. The contests settled in fa fa-Tar
Tar fa-Tar of President Taft were: Arizona,
delegates at large, six; California,
fourth district, two; Louisiana, dele
gates at large, six; first, second, third.
fourth, fifth, sixth and seven districts,
fourteen; Michigan, delegates at large,
six;. Mississippi, delegates at large,
four; first district, two. Total forty.
progressive: st. pete
The citizens of St. Petersburg- voted
Tuesday for issuing $200,000 of city
bonds, the money to be used in making
a greater St. Petersburg. The vote on
the various propositions, and the
amount for each, is a3 follows:
Waterworks, $25,000; for. 395;
Waterfront and docks, $60,000; for.
303; against, 147.
City park, $5,000; for, 389; against,
Street paving and storm sewer?, $65,-
000; for, 433; against. 51.
Fire department improvements, $10,-
000; for, 394; against, 74.
Sewer extension and repairs, $20,-
000; for, 413; against, 54.
City hospital, $9,000; for, 402; against.
Waterfront lots at Bayboro harbor,
$6,000; for, 362; against, 72.
INFORMATION" FOR EDITORS
The Seaboard Air Line has been se
lected as the official route by the mem
bers of the Florida Press Association
who attend the Democratic National
Convention at Baltimore. The train
(No. 66) leaves Jacksonville Saturday
night, June 22, at 7:50, and arrives i'i
Baltimore at 9:55 p. m. Sunday, June 2?..
Governor Gilchrist is going on this
train withi the press boys, and it will
be personally conducted. You can get
your ticket from any point in Florida
where rates are routed north from
Jacksonville via Seaboard Air Line,
only being careful to arrive in. Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville in time to take the Saturday
night train for Baltimore. The fare
for the round trip from Jacksonville is
$26.85. Pullman fare extra.
T. J. Appleyard,
Secretary Florida Press Association.
GORDON PAR II AM
Died at the home of Mr. and Mrs. II.
E. Charpia, at Cedar Key, May 22nd,
Mr. Gordon Parham of Coleman. Mr.
... . ,
with tuberculosis, and had gone on a I
visit to his wife's sister to spend his
last days. Besides his wife he leaves
three little boys and other relatives
and friends to mourn his death. In Inverness
verness Inverness Chronicle.
ORANGE LAKE WATER LINE
HIGHEST IN FORTY YEARS
J. W. Malphurs returned Tuesday to
Orange Lake after a brief stay with
his family in Gainesville. He is engag-
(ed in fishing on Orange Lake, one of
the largest bodies of water in this sec
tion of Florida, and says its waterline
is now the highest he has ever noted
in fact the oldest settlers there declare
that not since 1871 has there been so
much water in the lake. Gainesville
Miss Edith Harrison left Monday for
Ocala, where for some time she will be
the guest of Miss Annie Pearl Liddon.
Miss Louise Nixon of Ocala has been
here several days, the attractive guest
of Miss Mary Crawford. Gainesville
Miss Edith Williams, who has been
the charming guest of Miss Elizabeth
Alexander for several da5-s, returned
yesterday for her home in Ocala.
W. J. Sheridan, a well known con
tractor of Ocala, spent Tuesday in
Gainesville, having been called here on
business. Mr. Sheridan is now erecting
a modern brick store building for Z. C.
Chambliss. one of the Brick City's
prominent bankers. He returned home
on the evening train. Gainesville Sun.
A Goow Tale Written by Mother G.
a Hobble Skirt
There was a modern man,
And he worshipped modern guile.
He found a modern maiden
And they wed in modern style.
They sought a. modern agent.
And they looked at this and that.
Till they went and lived together
In a little modern flat.
He had a modern office,
Where he used to sit and grub.
And he went there every morning
In a very modern "sub."
He had a modern choice between
The ceiling and the lap.
So he read his modern paper
While he clutched a modern strap.
He spent his modern evenings
In a manner most concise;
At times a modern theater
That charged a modern price,
And, after that, a restaurant
Palatial, modern, new,
With a cabaret attachment
That was very modern too.
He watched the modern dances.
With a modern sense of guilt.
Nor knew the buch-men danced them
Ere the pyramids were built.
Then home within a taxi,
Over modern pavements vile,
Behind a meter, clicking out
A short and modern mile.
But modern overeating
Wrecked his very modern frame.
And the modern doctors called it
By a long and modern name.
So they laid him on a table,
Wifh a modern surgeon's glee.
And performed a modern stabbing
For a juicy modern fee.
Unhappily, his vitals
Didn't rally as they ought,
And so a modern casket
And a modern tomb were bought.
And his charming modern widow
Gently whispered, neath her breath.
To say 'twas so consoling
That he died a modern death.
"Q." in Life.
1912 model Maxwell runabout equip equipped
ped equipped with speedometer, electric horn,
etc. Been run less than four hundred
miles. In perfect condition. Will sell
for part cash and balance on easy
terms. If interested address box 404,
Ocala. Fla. 5-14
CHICKENS FOR SALE
A few pullets and cockerels, thor thoroughbred
oughbred thoroughbred Rhode Island Reds from
heavy winter laying strain. Pullets
nearly ready to lay. Low prices for
quick sale. Q. E. Peacock, at Star of office.
fice. office. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Merchants' Cafe, A. C. L. depot cor corner.
ner. corner. Meals a la carte and lunches at
Moose meet this evening.
MORE lOXGRATl LTIOS
The illustrated Industrial edition of
the Ocala Weekly Star, publi.-hed last
Friday, is a splendid exposition of
what a Florida newspip.-r ofii. e can
produce when the right nun are behind
the effort. The special editi-m printed
on heavy paper and profusely illustrat illustrated
ed illustrated with carefully prepared half-tone?
will be given wide circulation and
must result in properly advertising the
advantages and opportunities that
Ocala and Marion county offer to in investors
vestors investors and homeseekers. Tiie title
oyer the front page reads: "Ocala; the
center of Florida's richest and most
beautiful agricultural country; in the
heart of the Land of Sunshine and
Flowers and Eternal Progress," and
while some may think that this is a
trifle extravagant, after readkig the
stories given of that section and look looking
ing looking at the hundreds of attractive pic pictures,
tures, pictures, it will be admitted that the
claim is only a little overdrawn. The
edition is one that reflects the great greatest
est greatest credit upon the Star publishers and
will be of great benefit, not only to
Ocala and Marion county, but the en entire
tire entire state. Times-Fnion.
Messrs. Bittinger and Carroll. Ocala.
Florida. Gentlemen: We wish to con congratulate
gratulate congratulate you on the very handsome
industrial edition of the Star received
by us today. The paper is an excel excellent
lent excellent specimen from a typographical
standpoint and certainly shows the out outsiders
siders outsiders what a wonderful city you have.
It has been a good man years since I
visited your section and I can see the
remarkable progress you are making.
Wish to extend to you my many good
wishes for continued prosperity, which
from all appearances is assured.
Yours very truly,
W. Seton Kemp,
Manager Barnhart Bros. & Spindler.
Washington, D. C, June 10, 1912.
SOME SKETCHES DY
Higley, June 10. This weather re reminds
minds reminds me of a piece of poetry I read
when a boy, "The lark sat upon the
walnut tree, while it rains, and it
rains." I have been in Florida forty forty-five
five forty-five years and have never seen so much
rain fall as has fallen during the last
six months. It continues the volume
of water falling increases. The lakes
j ponds, streams and wells are fast fill
ing up. Crops are suffering for work.
"General Green" is holding court, and
bids fair to win the day. We, who
are in the country on farms and have
all our chores to do. necessarily have
to be out in the rain, for now it rains
day and night. But now I must change
the subject for my wife is now in the
kitchen, giving me Hail Columbia." as
she cooks with a wet and smutty stove.
Higley now seems to have a prospect
to come out of the big end of the horn.
There is a company locating a large
sawmill at Glendale, five miles east of
us on the A. C. L railroad. This com company
pany company Is constructing a railroad running
west across the country, I understand,
to connect with the A. C. L. at Stan
ton or Weirsdale. Trains now run to
near Negrotown Creek, and are to
cross at a narrow place where Col.
Hanson in antebellum days had a
causeway. It seems at this place the
bottom is treacherous, and once when
Col. Hanson's ox team was crossing
there with a load of rails, the oxen ran
off the causeway. The driver escaped,
but oxen, cart and rails have not been
seen to this day. I suppose I ought
not have told this, but I suppose Mr.
Hodges, the company's manager, has
mare nerve than to be frightened by a
This mill and railroad company have
the woods full of negro men: choppers,
cutting crossties and clearing the right
of way. This road will open up a
country that has lain dormant since
the creation. The turpentine men are
about through with the pines and have
turned the land and timber over to the
railroad and mill men.. What an open opening
ing opening here for investment and coloniza colonization.
tion. colonization. Our people are already talking as
they see transportation in sight, of
putting in large acreage of melons and
vegetables another year.
The turpentine management under
Mr. Vaughn is doing all he can this
John F. Ervin's store and postofflce
under his and Miss Willie Rivers' man management
agement management Is doing a good business.
CARN-THOMAS CO., WILL
ADOPT TIIE CASH SYSTEM
We have adopted the Cash System
at our store. The laws of our State
protect the person who wants to beat
his grocer, and discriminate against
the merchant. Under this system the
good customers have to pay for the
debts of the bad ones. There are a
number of people about the country
who beat the grocers, in spite of all
they can do. They put up a plausible
story and get credit and do not pay.
In the long run the good, steady pay paying
ing paying customer has to pay for these bad
debts, for they are an expense of the
business. It is, therefore fair to all. to
sell only for cash We will do business,
in future on a strict cash basis. We
will be able to sell you groceries at
closer prices, for we will get pay for
all we sell. We appreciate the trade
of all our customers, and are doing this
to protect them as well as ourselves.
When voti get accustomed to. the new
system, we know you will like it.
PINE ISLAND PICNIC
There will be a picnic at
Romeo on Tine Island, June
member the old picnic ground,
freshments will be served hy
Hutchins. Everybody come and
well filled baskets.
Strayed or stolen, one sorrel horse
with a diamond S on his right thigh;
one white hind foot and one white
front foot, with long white spots in his
face. Any information leading to his
recovery will be liberally rewarded. P.
G. Gowens. Ocala. Fla.. better known
as Elder Gowens.
Lake Weir. June 13. Miss Miriam
Pasteur who is a teacher in tho high
school at Palatka. is spending a few
weeks with her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. J. I i. Gavitt and little son.
Roland of High Springs, are spending
the week with Mr. and Mrs. George
The many friends of the Molver
MacKay families are delighted to hav
them un the lake f.r the summer.
Mr. Dempsey Mayo and family ac
companied by Mrs. May' si-te
Albert Davis, will occupy the
cottage for the summer.
Prof. Theus who closed his
last week, has organized a t
school beginning last night.
Theus has made a decided improvement
in the church choir and the congrega congregation
tion congregation at large.
The continual rains have ruined the
peach and melon crop, which has been
very heavy this season. The early
peaches netted sood returns but after
the heavy rains began they did not pay
for the crates. Mr. Harry Baxter is still
shipping melons, having a variety that
are good shippers at all times.
Mr. John Dixon has gone to Home Homestead
stead Homestead to spend a few weeks with rela relatives.
tives. relatives. Mis Annie Pope Eagle ton spent last
week with Mrs. R. L Martin.
Kendrick, June 12. Mr. M. G. Davi
left last Wednesday for Tylr, Fla.,
for a few days visit.
Kendrick is greatly grieved to lose
one of its oldest residents, Mr. J. A.
Waters, who passed a way Saturday
evening at the Qeala hospital.
Mr. T. C. Carter and charming baby,
little Miss Georgia Ada, spent last
Sunday with Mr. E. C. McLeod.
Mr. Claud Nix of Montbrook made
a flying trip here last Wednesday.
A. A. Olin shipped his first car of
"Blue Jim" watermelons from this
point. The weight averaged thirty
Miss Jennie Simmons of Ocala spent
last Sunday with Miss Belle McLeod.
The rain is about to make the farm farmers
ers farmers lose hope in their watermelon
crops. It has done some little damage
already causing rotten ends on the
Miss Ruth Nix the charming daught daughter
er daughter of Mrs. W. E. Nix of Montbrook,
arrived here Thursday evening where
she will spend a few days with Miss
Belle McLeod. This is Miss Nix's old
home and her many friends welcome
Tomatoes are going to be ready in a
Much corn was lost this year on ac account
count account of the grass and heavy rains.
Lots of farmers left their corn and are
making hay out of it.
F. N. Tiller is the last one to be
shipping cataloupes from this point.
T. B. Sims is shipping watermelons
that are very heavy.
Kendrick is glad to see Mrs. L. P.
Olin out again last Thursday, after a
few days confinement in her bed.
Mrs. T. J. Sims is very ill with pneu pneumonia.
monia. pneumonia. Her friends hope for the best.
T. J. Sims and G. D. Hogan have
shipped two cars of melons together
J. N. Tiller shipped two cars of mel melons
ons melons this week.
Mr. R. H. Montgomery of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, is visiting his sister, Mrs. J. J.
Kendrick is sorry to hear
L I. Olin being confined to
again last Wednesday with
Mr. E. C. McLeod shipped one car of
melons this Tuesday.
Belleview, June 12. Simon Burns,
arrested for assault! was found guilty,
owing to his youth and other extenu extenuating
ating extenuating circumstances he was discharged
upon payment of costs.
A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs.
S Granger, of Shady, on June 4th.
A. L Nott on the evening of the
8th was discharged from jury duty
and is very busy shipping melons and
Mrs. J. M. Freer and daughter, Stella,
of Tampa, are visiting Mayor B. F.
Freer and wife. Miss Alline Sweat of
I'lant City, spent a few days visiting
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Connor and their
two children have hired the Mrs. Bur Burgess
gess Burgess house. Mr. and Mrs. Connor are
to teach our school this winter.
W. C T. I'., met at the home of Mrs.
J. N. Shedd the evening of the 11th.
Mr. Earl Gardner, a winter resident,
left for Pittsburg, on the 10th. Mr.
Gardner intends stopping at various
points of interest on his way North.
Mr. Hutto, a former resident, was
in Belleview on the Sabbath.
O. M. Gale and G. J. Proctor on the
10th were drawn as jurors in the mur murder
der murder case now on trial.
Rev. Mr. Lindsey, occupied the pnlpit
of the Baptist church, Sunday," the 29.
The pastor, Rev. Mr. Anderson, being
on a visit to hfr mother, and was to oc occupy
cupy occupy the pulpit of the Baptist church
at her home.
Messrs. W. R. Bryant and J. D
Howell, are moving a tenent house on
West Front street for Judge Hopkins
Mr. Fred Waite of Palmetto, was in
town on the 10th. Mr. Waite was
formerly in the nursery business here
and possessed considerable property
here. His many friends were pleased
to meet him and find him in such good
Large shipments of melons and vege vegetables
tables vegetables continue to be made.
A person that can look pleasant and
feel well this depressing weather is to
It is an old saying that birds of a
feather flock together, but often they
despise their associates. For instance,
note how the sparrows will unite to
whip and drive off some valuable bird.
and then fight each other.
When rogues fall out then honest
men get their dues.
Rev. J. L Jones is moving his family
into the Halstead house until he can
complete his building.
Oxford, Fla., June 12. Mr. H. O. Col Collier
lier Collier went on a business trip to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville last Tuesday, returning Wed Wednesday.
nesday. Wednesday. Miss Vinnie Rainey returned Monday
night from Helen, Fla., where she has
been spending some time with her
brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Robt.
Misses Ida and Essie Rainey returned
from Leesburg this week.
Mr. Ray Nichols left Monday for
Webster to visit his sister, Mrs. Francis
Mrs. J. C. Brown gave her Sunday
School class a picnic out at Lake Wi Winona
nona Winona last Friday. Each young lady
invited a young man and had iuite a
jolly crowd. And although it poured
rain all day. They reported a jolly
time, in "the rain"" all trying to keep
Aid Society of the Meth-
odist church are preparing n'Jite an
entertaining prosrram for Thursday
eveninsr. June 20th, and will serve re refreshments
freshments refreshments after the program is ren rendered.
dered. rendered. Mrs. Gradie Perry is quite sick with
Miss Iva Stapp and Miss Eileen Mar Martin
tin Martin returned Sunday from Ocala after
taking teachers' examinations and
both passed for third grade.
Mrs. Lizzie Perry went down to
Bushnell last Saturday to help care
for her son-in-law, Mr. Simeon Ca Ca-ruthers.
ruthers. Ca-ruthers. who has been quite ill for
i the past three weeks with typhoid fev fev-'
' fev-' er. He is one of our Oxford boys, and
' we re--: ret to learn of his serious 1 1 1
f r.ess and wish him a most speedy re-
i co very.
.hool i M r. O. O. -,-n and family, mortored
i-dayjup from Coleman Saturday morninsr.
Prof, i accompanied bv Messrs. Frank and
George Nelson, bringing trie precious
little body of their darling little
daughter, Alton, of five years of age.
who died last Saturday morning at
about 1:00 o'clock, of that dreadful and
most fatal disease, diphtheria. She was
only sick about brie week, but suffered
greatly. She was? the joy and life of
the home; a beautiful and bright little
girl. And although the many friends
of Mr and Mrs. Owen could not be
with them during their dep sorrow, on
account of the down-pour of rain, their
hearts went out to them and God has
seen fit to plant this little flower in
heaven, that He has just plucked from
earth. And may they look to Him the
Great Comforter of the world in this
their deep sorrow, and live so as to
meet little Alton in the world beyond.
Mr. Owen had just recently sold his
home here and moved to Coleman. We
regretted to give up such a good family
from our community. Their Oxford
friends extend much sympathy to the
bereaved parents, two little sisters and
two brothers. The services were brief
on account of the weather. The little
body was laid to rest in the family lot
in Pine Level cemetery.
Summerfield, June 13. Miss Alta
Seymour, who has been in Ocala taking
the teachers' examination, returned
home last Saturday.
Miss Erla Beatty, went to Ocala last
Friday to spend the day with relatives.
Prof. D. L Milne and family .of Lees Lees-burg,
burg, Lees-burg, Ohio, are here and in all proba probability
bility probability wil remain.
Mrs. Nathan Mayo and daughter,
Gertrude left Sunday for Birmingham,
Ala., where they will visit Mrs. Mayo's
brother, Dr. Moore.
Mrs. J. T. Wilder, is here from Eustis
visiting her husband who is managing
the tomato packing house. Mrs. Wild Wilder
er Wilder is also visiting with her sister-in-law,
Mrs. J. F. Ricketson.
It is reported by knowing ones that
John Elder has the finest patch of
watermelons that could be grown any
where. No doubt John's pocketbook
will be quite fat when he receives his
last returns from his shipments.
Wm. Schmidt, of South Lake Weir,
was a business visitor here last Mon
G. Kim brought in a big load of
sugar corn packed in hampers which
he shipped North.
Mrs. Imeson, of Levon, was an early
Monday morning shopper.
Mrs. Geo. Scrivner, residing on her
farm southwest of here was a visitor
J. C! Smith was here Monday morn morning
ing morning to load another car of watermel
J. M. Harrelson returned Sunday
with his little daughter from Ocala.
Little Mabel was taken to the sanitar
ium there for an operation which was
Miss Rose Noel, who has beer here
visiting with Miss Ruby Moorhead, re
turned to her home last Monday.
P. B. Searcy and C. H. Grannis, of
Pedro, were among our Saturday vis visitors.
itors. visitors. C. A. Messenger and little son, Oscar,
were here last Saturday. Mr. Messen Messenger
ger Messenger came in to look after business.
Jos. W. Davis and A. D. Mitchell,
were among the shippers last Satur Saturday
day Saturday of a car of extra fine watermel watermelons.
ons. watermelons. R. J. Horner. John Elder, Carl Mielke
and O. II. Baum, living southeast of
here were among our Saturday visitors.
John Heidel, of Levon, was here last
Monday on business matters.
SUMMERFIELD WILL CELEI1RATE
Prngrnm of tbe nig Demonstration on
the Fourth of Jnl.v
Great preparations are being made by
the citizens of Summerfield to fittingly
celebrate our day of independence on
Thursday, July 4th, and arrangements
have been made to welcome an extra
large crowd of visitors. Besides the
big barbecue an interesting program of
amusements has been completed by the
committee. Everybody is invited to
spend the day at Summerfield. Follow Following
ing Following is the program:
Potato race, prize, fifty-cent knife.
Wheelbarrow race, prize, necktie.
Small boys race, ll years down, prize,
twenty-five cent bat and ball.
Big boys race, 12 to 17 years, fifty fifty-ceot
ceot fifty-ceot belt.
Little girls race, prize, fountain pen
given by the Chronicle.
Big girls race, prize, auto scarf.
Morning baseball game, prize, $1.25
Small boys sack race, up to 11 years,
prize, one pound of candy.
Big boys sack race, 11 to 17 year?,
prize, pair fifty-cent silk socks
Greasy pole, prize, ?1 bill, harp, pipe,
Long jump, 12 to 17 years, prize, pair
75-cent tennis shoes.
Long jump, 17 years up, prize, 75-cent
High jump, 17 years up, prize, 75 75-cent
cent 75-cent pair cuff buttons.
Three-legged race, prize, two 75-cent
Afternoon baseball game, prize, $1.25
Pigeon shoot, three prizes to be an announced
nounced announced later.
Horse race, prize, 13 bridle.
All entries must be made to Mr. F.
H. Simmons before S o'clock Monday
night, July 1st. if you wish to take part
in the above program.
THREE MILLION LEAGI'E
Belleview, June 12. A meeting of
the Three Million League was held last
night at the Methodist church. Rev.
Jones was elected Vice-President. An Another
other Another meeting wilt take place on Fri Friday
day Friday night, the 14th. unless rain pre prevents.
vents. prevents. All are cordially invited to at attend.
tend. attend. S. G. Thomas, Sec'y.
fiOVEHN'MENT IS fiAIN'INO
Santiago. Cuba, June 13. Govern Government
ment Government troops under Major Cosalo fought
a fierce battle with a force of insur
gents yesterday at El Cobre, ten miles
west of here. The rebels were defeat defeated,
ed, defeated, and fled, leaving ten dead on the
field. The federals did not lose any
men. They are closely pursuing the
GROCERY STORE FOR SALE
All new stock, new building, good lo location.
cation. location. H. A. Kramer.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 2S6. Benevolent and
Protective Order of Elks, meets sec second
ond second and fourth Tuesday evenings in
each month. Visiting brethren alwaj-s
welcome. Howell M. Hampton, E. R.
Joseph Bell. Secretary.
RED CEDAR SHINGLES
The Ocala Lumber & Supply Co. has
just received a carload of red cedar
shingles from the Pacific coast. They
are in position to give you close prices
and it will pay you to see them before
There Is one medicine that every
family should be provided with and es especially
pecially especially during the summer months,
viz: Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. It is almost cer certain
tain certain to be needed. It costs but a quar quarter.
ter. quarter. Can you afford to be without It?
For sale by all dealers.
- Most of the fortunes are made by combining
CASH and CREDIT with OPPORTUNITY.
A bank account will help you provide the Cash
aud Credit; the Opportunities present themselves in a
hundred ways every day.
We have aided others with loans and advice
when opportunities came their way, thereby paving
the way to independence.
We can help you by putting at your disposal our
facilities for accumulating CASH and CREDIT.
We Invite Your Business
The Munroe &
Are You Acquainted With
The open season of the HOUSE
FLY is here once more and clean cleanliness
liness cleanliness in the home and above all
in the places where Food Stuffs
are prepared for Market or placed
on sale is imperative.
Do you know that the Ameri American
can American people have declared war on
the HOUSE FLY for the reason
that they are the most dangerous
insect known to man and are an
important factor in the NATIONAL
For the SAKE OF YOUR HEALTH as
well as our own we have begun war on MADAM
FLY. Our store has been screened all arund and
with the fight that we make against them during
the week and on Sunday, we can see a great differ difference.
ence. difference. On Sundays we put our poison fly paper and
it kills every fly that comes in contact with it. If
everybody would kill as many flies as we do it
strikes us that they could be kept down.
. EL leapt Groy
Commercial Bank Building, Ocala, Fla.
The only specailized Business College in Central Florida
REDUCED SUMMER RATES
$35.00 for life scholarship, Commercial or Stenography course
$25.00 for fifteen weeks' vacation course.
Visit the College and investigate. Telephone 451
H. H. Arnsfon, A. B., W. P. Garrett,
President. Prin. Cora'I Dept.
Effective May 1st and Continuing Until November 1st
WILL BE OPERATED ON THE
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Finest Cafe in the State in Connection
Rooms Without Bath, 1.00 per Day and Up
nooms wiiii liaia - v-'.w pei uny
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OCAIiA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 19152.
TOY YOU SHOULD BAM WITH
The Comminnieircnal Bsmk
The bank's proQts
of our town and
Firsts Its shareholders are all home people, business
men and farmers. Their interests and yours are mutual,
remain right here in the community for the upbuilding
OUR CBHTIFICATES BEAR FOUR I'ER CEXT INTEREST
nerwads Its business Is governed with conservatism. Speculation plays no
part In Its conduct. It fosters and encourages home enterprises, all of which
make for soundness and satisfactory bank service.
(gilfte muntrrtftl mli
should be not only
elegant but everlasting. Good looking silver silverware
ware silverware in your home leaver 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.
A0 Eo EHJIRMETT
Moose meet this evening.
Fraternal Union meets tonight.
Woodmen meet tomorrow evening.
New shirt waists at Flshel's.
Men's and boy's suits at Flshel's.
Mr. W. V
W. Ditto continues to im-
New?om, Jr., i steadily
Mr. J. C. K. Bridges of Coleman was
at the Ocala House last night.
The latest in powder puffs,
at the Court Pharmacy.
House last night.
Dr. A. L. Blaloefc, pbjMlclan, office
phone No. 309; residence phone, 132.
SPECIAL MEETING OF
THE WOMAN'S CLUB
A special meeting of the Woman's
Club will be held at the club rooms at
4 o'clock Saturday afternoon. All
members are requested to be present,
as very important business is to be at attended
tended attended to.
IDEAL THIS EVENING
Again, last night, the Ideal Theater
was crowded to its seating capacity,
each and every one enjoying the show
from start to finish. We have it again
tonight; don't miss it, three big fea feature
ture feature reel.-?.
"Tough Guy Levi," a scream from
start to finish. Notice Ikey always in
trouble but with his never ceasing Jew
luck he wins out.
'The Loan Shark," a powerful dra dramatic
matic dramatic sermon against the present day
The Vitagraph Company presents
"The Two Penitents" in a high class
drama showing western life with its
hospitality and justice. A good west western
ern western scene. Cool theater. Good music.
AT THE TEMPLE
T I.- Il.rf f T-'.l rrcfieM S C Wis at I
the Oi-ala House last night.
A new supply of hair brushes just in
it I lie 1'iitiri Pharmacy. We invite
nmr inspection before you buy.
Mr. G. it. Ellis, the Gainesville fer fertilizer
tilizer fertilizer man. was at the Ocala House last
FOR SALE CHEAP New
range, ued about two months.
Moose meet this
time is 8 o'clock.
evening. Let the
that the opening
.1. J. Knight of Milltown and H. S.
Quincy of Plant City were at the Ocala
House last night.
FOR SALE Two cylinder automo automobile.
bile. automobile. Perfect condition. Price $125. A.
M. Lansford, Ocala.
Steve Pistoeco and A. J. Albritton of
Burbank were at the Ocala House last
Following is the program at the Tem Temple
ple Temple this evening:
"Lonesome Miss Wiggs."
"War on the Plains."
"inl Pi.-on Feature."
itrairinitt-r a gold wa toh s iven away
each Saturday night.
D. C. MEETING
Dickison Chapter of the U. D. C. will
hold its regular monthly meeting to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at
the residence of Mrs. Ed Carmichael.
Mrs. S. R. Whaley,
Cuticle and Manicure scissors, the
best that's made, at the Court Pharmacy.
Mrs. Osteen and daughter went
Clearwater last night, for a visit
Is it stationery you want? Then go
to the Court Pharmacy, for they have
Mrs. H. S. Chambers, who has been
iuite sick for the past ten days, is improving.
BROADWAY AND 14th ST.
Clean, Comfortable, Convenient and Home-Like Hotel, on
tbe American and European Plans.
American Plan, $i
per day and up. European Plan, $1.00 per day and up.
Special Weekly Rates.
Alma Zada Face Powder Is the best
we have to offer at 50c. the box. The
Post Office Drug Stores.
IN THE CIRLTIT C'Ol'RT
The trial of Louis Waterman drags
its slow length along. All but two of
the state's witnesses had been heard up
to noon today, and the testimony of
these and probably .that of some of the
defense will be taken this afternoon.
It is possible that the case will be
given to the jury before tomorrow
It is the opinion of those who have
heard the testimony that it is so far
more favorable to the defendant than
on the first trial.
CONTEST WILL COMMENCE
By Givlns Three Handsome Prises at
tbe Air Dome Thin EvenlaK
Starting tonight one of the most
unique j.rize contests ever held in Ocala
will be inaugurated at the Air Dome
for the next two weeks. Three prizes,
to be furnished by the different mer merchants
chants merchants of Ocala. will be given away
Tonight the prizes "CV-H be as follows:
Two-pound box of Norris candy from
the Court Pharmacy; one beautiful
necktie from H. A. Waterman's, and
one pair of very tine lady's silk hose
from Mr. M. Frank's. After tonight
the prizes will not be named but the
name of the merchant will be given.
DELIGHTKl'L INFORMAL OCCASION
YOU CAN POINT
with pride lo yonr bank book if yon deposit viCi cs c3
pay all bills by check. This modern system discczre-ts
foolish habits of spending, and before yon Leon it yea
have a tidy balance to yonr credit.
WHY NOT BANK
yonr mopey to-day and give this approved, up-to-date
business method a trial.
CAPITAL FULLY PAID IN 175,000
H. D. STOKES. Cashier.
JNO. L. EDWARDS. Pres. CLARENCE CAMP. Vie. Ptm.
Effective Jane 9th :::
Ocala Norttflnejra KaOrosicil
will sell round trip tickets from all points on its line at
one way rate, on Sunday only ,!
S. P. HOLLINRAKE
Gen. Pass. Agent
Miss Nellie Stilley of Silver Springs
was married by Judge Bell in his of office
fice office yesterday afternoon to Mr. Will William
iam William Edward Tyre, a clever young bus business
iness business man of Jacksonville. The bride
is well known in Ocala. where she at attended
tended attended school. The young people left
for Jacksonville on the afternoon train.
. R. II .Pratt of Mulberry and Thos J.
Morris and Claude C. I'ierce of Rerdell
were at the Ocala House last night.
Keep a smile on your face during
this wet weather by using Dike's
Peroxide Cream at the Court Pharmacy.
Jno. V. Hawkins. W. H. Powell and
M. R Thornton of Jacksonville were at
the Ocala House last night.
Churchill & Co.
Notice is hereby given that on the
10th day of July. A. D. PJ12. the under undersigned
signed undersigned will apply to the governor of
the state of Florida for letters patent
on 'the following proposed charter.
It. C. Muncaster.
R. R. Carroll.
TER A RELL
Are you interested In paper bag
cooking? If so come to us for your
supply of the bags. 25c the package.
Post Office Drug Store.
Mr. F. M. Harp of Eureka and Mr.
G. G. P.eville of Center Hill are at the
The undersigned hereby associate
ourselves together for the purpose of
creating a corporation for profit under
and by virtue of the laws of the state
The name of the corporation shall be
Muncaster & Hell, and tho principal
place of business of the corporation
Muncaster Ac Hell, shall be at Ocala, in
Marlon county, Florida, but it shall
have power and authority to open, es establish,
tablish, establish, operate or maintain branch of offices
fices offices in other cities and counties of the
state of Florida, and in other state of
the L'niteu ,'Mtes of America and for foreign
eign foreign countries, as it shaL deem ,nee ,nee-essary
essary ,nee-essary or expedient.
The general nature of the business
to be transacted by the corporation
shall be to conduct and operate a gen general
eral general real estate md insurance agency
and business, in its own behalf and as
agents for other persons and corpora
lions, and shall nave power and au authority
thority authority to purcha -c. -acquire, hold, own,
sell, convey, mot; gage, obligate, lease
and exchange reai t .-t-ite and personal
property of every kind and description,
including stock in other corporations;
to conduct and transact a general in insurance
surance insurance agencv and business, including
therein the writing an I effecting of all
lines of insurance and writing of sure surety
ty surety bonds; to do and transact a general
real estate and rent collecting busi
ness; tJ make loans of .money in its
own behalf and as agents for other
persons and corporations and in gen general
eral general to have and enjoy all authority
and power as is incident and necessary
to the proper transacting and carrying
on of the business of the corporation,
and to have and enjoy all rights', pow powers
ers powers and privileges and immunities of
corporations for proiit, formed under
tit laws cf Florida.
ARTICLE HI HI-The
The HI-The amoiii't of capital stock of the
corporation shall he live thousand dol
lars, (5,000) divided into fifty shares of
the par value of one hundred dollars
each, and the same shall be payable in
money, real and personal property, la labor
bor labor and services, at a just valuation to
be fixed by the board of directors of
said corporation, and shall be fully
paid and non-assessable.
The corporation shall exist for ninety-nine
The business of the corporation shall
be conducted by a president, a vice
president, a secretary ami a treasurer
and a board of not less than three
directors. The office of president and
treasurer or the office of secretary and
treasurer may be held and filled by on
and the same person. The directors
shall be elected by the stockholders at
each annual meeting. All other officers
of the corporation shall be elected by
the directors at such times and for
such terms as shall be provided by the
by-laws of the corporation.
Tiie annual meeting of the corpora corporation
tion corporation shall be held at the office of the
corporation at Ocala. Florida, on the
first Tuesday after the first Monday in
January of each year, and until the
election and qualification of the- offic officers"
ers" officers" of the corporation, the business of
the corporation shall be conducted by
the following officers:
Joseph Rell. president.
K. R Carroll, vice president.
R. C. Muncaster, secretary and treas treasurer.
urer. treasurer. ARTICLE VI.
The highest amount of indebtedness
or liability to which the corporation
may at any one time subject itself
shall be five thousand dollars.
The names and residences of the in
corporators of the corporation and the
amount oi capital stock subscribed by
each are as follows:
Names Residence Shares
Joseph Rell. Ocala. Fla 10
R. Muncaster. Ocala. Fla 10
R. R. Carroll, Ocala. Fla l
In witness whereof, the said incor incorporators
porators incorporators have hereunto subscribed our
names this June 4th, 1912.
R. C. Muncaster.
R. R. Carroll.
FOR SALE At a sacrifice, a cottage
in first class condition with modern
conveniences, 130 feet front, close in.
Address. A. B C, care Star. 6-8-12t
Miss G. A. Townsend, state secretary
of Christian Endeavor, who has been
making a tour of the state in the in interest
terest interest of that organization, was in the
city yesterday and today, the guest of
Mr and Mrs. W. II. Coleman. She left
this afternoon for her home at Inter-
Mr. D. E. Mclver of this city has been
elected vice president of the Florida
Hardware Dealers' Association, which
lias just held its annual meeting in
Tampa. The next meeting of the asso association
ciation association will be held in St. Augustine.
Mr. Mclve,r returned last night from
Tampa. He reports the meeting a
most successful affair.
Tiie reason for Malcolm Williams
putting that explosives sign on his of
fice door is believed to be his having
the worst of several checker games recently.
Mr. W. D. Edwards of Dunnellon was
at the Ocala House last night.
FOR RENT Flat of three rooms and
hall. A good home for a small fam family
ily family of a fine suite of office rooms. Ap Apply
ply Apply for terms at Little's Shoe Parlor.
Sam Burford. while engaged in the
sport of vaulting some days ago. fell
and broke his left arm. It is the same
arm that Sam broke a number of
months ago, anil he says he is becom becoming
ing becoming used to it. He is out and around,
as cheerful as ever, tho his arm is in
Mr. R. B. Bullock is conceded to be
one of the best cross examiners in the
county, but he doesn't question wit
nesses on entomology as closelv as he
did before the trial of Nic Myers.
E. C. Foster of Columbus, Miss., was
at the Ocala House last night.
Can furnish from one setting to one
thousand pure bred Rhode Island Red
eggs for hatching at $10 per hundred.
Ed Carmichael, Ocala.
Hampton & Hall have moved their
law offices into their handsome quar quarters
ters quarters In Mr. R. S. Hall's new building.
Pleasant furnished rooms for light
housekeeping. 66 Oklawaha avenue. 5 18
Mrs. M. E. Hatchell is having a de
lightful visit to friends in Wauchula
Miss Grace Hatchell has a fine posi
tion in the office of the Caldwell Motor
Co. in Bainbridge, Ga.
Rexall Cold Tablets do the work.
Can give you the formula if you like.
25c. the package at the Post Office
Captain Tom Bridges left today for a
professional visit to Deland.
MEN Our illustrated catalogue ex explains
plains explains how we teach barber trade in
few weeks, mailed free. Molher Barber
College, Atlanta Ga.
The Baptists at North Lake Weir
are offering their church house there
for sale. They wish to build a smaller
house nearer Oklawaha station. There
Is enough good lumber to erect one or
more small cottages such as are in
demand for summer visitors.
.ir. uamp urinson or uxror.l was
snaking hands with his many Ocala
Mrs. Hawkins of Punta Gorda. who
was operated on at the hospital las
week, is improving.
WHITE STAR TRANSFER CO.
COLLIER BROS., PROPRIETORS
Baggage. Freight, Pianos. Furniture
and Safes a Specialty. Careful and
Prompt Attention Giten All Orders.
WK SOLICIT YOUR PATH OXA G E
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates Made on All Con
tract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor In the city.
State of Florida.
County of Marion.
Before the undersigned authoritv
personally came Joseph Bell. R. C.
Muncaster and R. R. Carroll, to me well
known to be the individuals described
in and who executed the foregoing
proposed charter and articles of in incorporation,
corporation, incorporation, and they severally ac acknowledged
knowledged acknowledged before me that they ex executed
ecuted executed the same for the purposes there
in set rortn ami expressed.
Witness my hand and official seal
this 4th day of June. A. D. 1912.
S. T. Sistrunk.
Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla.
(Seal of Clerk Circuit Court
Marion County, F'-!ia).
Mrs. Mazie Lyles is in the city from
Blitchton, visiting her Ocala friends.
Plain and fancy sewing done with
neatness and satisfaction. Apply to
Mrs. W. S. Miller, 52 South Watula.
Phone 4 4 5.
Albert Harriss, who has been con
fined to his bed with fever for the pas
ten days, is reported better.
Delightfully informal and character characterized
ized characterized by elegant simplicity in every de
tail was the beautiful dance given at
Yonge's hall on Wednesday evening by!
Misses Clifford and Katherine Pyles.
complimentary to their attractive house
guest. Miss Lucy Jarmon of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, N. C.
Over one hundred invitations were
issue. 1 and at least one hundred guests
enjo ed the genial hospitality of these
pr-tty and accomplished young host-
e s .- s
For this happy occasion the hall was
artistically decorated, vines, cut flow flowers
ers flowers and growing plants being used
with charming effectiveness.
T!ii- pre-en. of o many beautiful
young girls in their dainty summer
dress.- and hando:iie youiiir men with
manner s chivalrous, and the excel excellent
lent excellent music, so perfectly rendered by
the Ocala Orchestra, 'combined to make
this dance particularly enjoyable not
only to those who "tripped the light
fantastic toe" but also to oUier guests
who had the pleasure of "looking on.''
cordially welcomed by Capt. and Mrs WXWX
S. R. Pyles.
Mrs. Kdward Holder, Mrs. R. A. Bur-
ford. Mrs. R. O. Connor, Mrs. K. L. Car
ney, .Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk and Miss
Ophelia Sawtelle very graciously as-
isted in many pleasant ways during
Misses Mildred Pyles. Mabel Mcffert,
rginia Sistrunk and Juanita Lytic
prsiutHi over tne two punch howls ami
with much eae and grace dispensed
refreshing fruit nectar.
Receiving with the hostesses and
guests of honor were Messrs. Leslie
Anderson, Fred Meffert and Olaf Ze-
The young ladies were unusually
pretty ami sweet in the lovely party
gowns. lhe young gentlemen wore
evening suits and looked mute hand-
ome. This galaxy of beauty and gal
lantry received many well deserved
Dancing began at nine o'clock and
continued till eleven when refresh
ments were served, consisting of chick chicken
en chicken salad, olives. pickles, salted al almonds,
monds, almonds, wafers and pimento and ham
andwiches. Misses Agnes Burford and
Memo Davis, two of the prettiest little
girls in Ocala, assisted in serving the
Dancing va resumed and the hour
was late ere the happy throng realized
that all good things must come to an
This dance was one of the largest
and most enjoyable ever gi-en in this
city and every one present feels deeplv
indebted to Misses Pyles for an eve
ning of great pleasure the only regret
being the unavoidable absence of Miss
Miller, who was to have been one of the
guests of honor.
TIRE TROUBLE ON THE ROAD
Walsh, The Tire Mae
OI)l FALLOWS' DKCOKATIOV DAY
The members of Tulula Lodge will
lecorate the graves of their departed
brethren next Sunday. All members of
the lodge are requested to be at the
lodge room at 3:20 p. m. and to bring
ill the flowers they can obtain.
COPIKS OF TIIR SPECIAL EDITION'
Those desiring copies of the big il
lustrated special edition of the Star
can obtain same at the Star office or
the newsstands of the city at 10 cents
a copy, three for 25 cents. In 100 lots
or more 5 cents per copy.
MATINEE AT THE IDEAL
Hereafter the daily afternoon mat
inee at the Ideal Theater will com
mence at 3:45 and the doors will be
open at 3:30. Three full reels will be
run at each matinee. General admis admission
sion admission 5 cents to afternoon performances.
runt? it ttm
m round shape 1
H strong MY; I
vl RESILIENT HI
Easily Fits Any Quick Detachable Rim
No Tools Required
IN STOCK BY
A. (i. GATES
30 X. MAGNOLIA ST.
OPEX DAY AXD NIGHT
CLASS PIN' LOST
Merchants' Cafe, A. C. L. depot cor corner.
ner. corner. Meals a la carte and lunches at
Neil Ferguson who has been on the
sick list for a couple of weeks, is
FORT KTXG CAMP "SO 14.
WOODMEX OF THE WORLD
Next regular monthly meeting will
he held at 8 o'clock Friday evenina-.
June 14th, at Tonga's Hall.
You get prompt and accurate pre prescription
scription prescription service at the Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. Instruct your physician to
leave vour next one with them.
Miss Alice Green, who was ill in the
hospital for ten days, is out and quite
FOR RENT The Bell residence. 18
.East Adams street; two-story, seven
room? and bath. Apply to Joseph Bell,
The Court Pharmacy Is on the job.
It them know your wants by tele telephone
phone telephone and then your trouble ends.
Mr. Louis R. Chazal and family. Mis Mis-Bessie
Bessie Mis-Bessie MacKay and Miss Hope Robin
son all went to the lake this afternoon.
At eleven a. m. Wednesday the above
named young people were unit-d by
t lie Rev. I. W. Oyle. at his home, in
the estate of holy matrimony. Long
may they live together to lie a comfort
to each other and to help all who come
in contact with them. We are glad to
see young people start out in life
wholly dependent upon life with all of
its duties ami activities. fjod bless
them and keep them from all of the
snares laid by tiie enemy of souls of all.
fine Who Y:i Present.
Following are the meteorological
conditions that prevailed during the
twenty-four hours up to sunset yesterday:
Partly cloudy; northeast winds.
Minimum temperature, 71 degrees.
Maximum temperature, 88.
Average temperature, 71 degrees.
Showers tonight or Friday.
Two unfurnished rooms in desirable
lor-ation for light housekeeping. Apply
at Star office.
Miss Juanita Lytle. who came up
from Stanton to attend last night's
ball, returned home today. She was
the guest of Miss Virginia Sistrunk.
Large Bucket Cottolene .n
Medium Bucket Cottolene .Vo
es Jello and L
Three Packages Lipton's
. Tab-. 2.-K-
Rev W. II. Coleman will preach at
the Fellowship Christian church next
Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock, if
weather conditions permit. The public public-invited
invited public-invited to attend.
Misses Mary Lou Lur-kie and Myrtle
Whitfield returned today from Day Day-tona.
tona. Day-tona. where thev acted as bridesmaid
and maid of honor at the Luckie Luckie-Norwood
Norwood Luckie-Norwood wedding.
Messrs. Usher Norwood, W. T. Luckie
land Roy Luckie returned this morning
from Daytona, where they attended
the Luckie-Norwood wedding. They
came across country in a car, via De-
Land, Crow's Bluff and Leesburg. and
had a most difficult trip. A traveling
man who tried to accompany them in a
smal'er car had to be left with his
auto four miles this side of the St.
Johns river. They report constant
rain and high water all the wy to the
coast and beyond, for they- are quite
sure the Atlantic ocean has risen at
least four feet.
Miss Carolyn Harris, the charming
young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
Harriss. is having a delightful visit
with her grandmother, Mrs. Waldo in
Capt. Jno. L. Inglis of Port Inglis i i-at
at i-at the o.-ala Hou.-e.
Chas. K. Sage.
R. N. Dosh, C.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Ocala Lodge No. 699. Meets each
Thursday night in hall in Gary block.
Q. F. Mershon, Dictator.
'1. L. ctapp. Secretary.
COXCORliiA LODGE F. U. OF A.
Con co r-Ji.i' Lodge, Fraternal InIon of
America, meets in Yonge's Hall on the
second Thursday evening of each
nonth. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M.
Chas. K. Sage. Secretary.
The board of health has reported two
rrrore cases of smallpox in the fourth
ward and has placarded the houses.
Be wise and get vaccinated. Free
upon application to the board of health.
jc. Gold Evaporated
WANTED A position as steno stenographer
grapher stenographer and typewriter. Address No.
4 South 4th street. 6-12-6td
When in Jacksonville stop with Mrs.
E. L. Maloney, at the Girard, No. 11
East Duval street, just off Main. Best
75c. Toom in the city.
Cook your next roast In a paper bag.
and get the bag from the Post Office
Druff Store. 25c. the package.
Three Cans Dutch Cleanser .
Three Cans Van Camp's Hominy..2.V
No. 3 Size Tomatoes, per can 12e
Best Creamery Butter, per pound.. SSc
Ml-s Julia Beville of Jacksonville,
who ha hf-izi the guest of Mr. Violet
Powers, left for home today.
Miss Mary Or
A ."0-pound watermelon, raised by Mr.
E. B. Duncan on the old poor-farm place
at Kenlrick, is on exhibition in the
Munroe & Chambli.-s Bank.
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.
LOST An alligator
containing lodge re. e
per. Finder pleae
r ind other pa pare
re pare urn same to
Whooping cough is not dangerous
when the cough is kept loose and ex expectoration
pectoration expectoration easy by giving Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy. It has been used
In many epidemics of this disease with
perfect success. For sale by dealers.
A gold class pin, engraved A. A. P. A.
1104, lost between Ocala and Silver
Si. ring. Finder will receive a reward
by returning to the office of Dr. E. Q.
Help the baby through the teething
period by giving It McGEE S BABY,
ELIXIR. It is a healthful, wholesome
remedy, well adapted to a baby's deli delicate
cate delicate stomach. It contains no opium, or-
morphlne or injurious drug- of anjr
kind. Babies thrive under Its excellent
stomach and bowel correcting Influence.
Price 25c. and 50c. per bottle. iSold by
all druggists. .-
TIIE II EST YET
Daynglo cloths for cleaning- Bllrer Bllrer-ware,
ware, Bllrer-ware, at A. E. Burnett's. .",
Mrs. M. A. McLaughlin. 512 Jay BU
LaCross, Wis., writes that she suffered
all kinds of pains in her back and hips
on account of kidney trouble and Theu Theu-matism.
matism. Theu-matism. "I got some of Foley Kidney
Pills and after taking them for a few
days there was a wonderful change Itv
my case, for the pain entirely left my
back and hips and I am thankful there there-is
is there-is such a medicine as Foley Kidney
Pills. For sale by the Anti-Monopoly
I'.'-j pounds Granulated Sugar for.jM.oo
14 pound Whole Grain Rice for. .il.Mi
SUCCESSOR TO BAXTER CARN
The uniform success that has attend attended
ed attended the use of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has
made it a favorite everywhere. It can
always be depended upon. For sale by
We take ;.r:l in our precrt;ticn
department ard it is our earnest deire
to give you just what your doctor
want y i j ,, hive in the puret rrl
freshest drug ohtaSnabl.-. end or
phone the Court Pharmacy.
Dauglas shoes at Flshel's.
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.
Holeproof hosiery at Flshel's.
WANTED About five hundred cords
dry pine, green pine and oak mixed
four-foot wood. Either A. C L., S. A.
L. or team delivery, Ocala. Mail esti estimate
mate estimate stating time to complete. Box
213, Ocala, Fla.
"Quality" packing-house products
the best selected meats constitute the
shield we offer for our patrons' pro protection.
Only prime products and at com-
Order your needs for today by phone
and get an example of the superiority
of our service. .
Phone No. 108.
W. IL MA HS II, Proprietor.
FORMERLY EDWARDS, MARKET
OCALA EVE3ttTG StAR, THtTRSDAT, JUXE 13,
We have a large and complete stock of all plys
in Regal ready to lay roofing, mannfacturered by
the H. W. Johns Manville Co., and we are in posi position
tion position to fill your requirements quick and at the best
prices to be obtained. We invite the inquiries of
dealers as we have an especially attractive proposi proposition
tion proposition for them. This is superior stock at market
2aM Lumber and Supply Co.
EVERYTHING THAT GOES INTO THE
CONSTRUCTION OF A BUILDING.
Office and Yards, Cor. Osceola and Henry Streets.
OCALA, . FLORIDA
A STOItV OF ADVKXTIFIK AND IV IV-TRIG
TRIG IV-TRIG I E
(Dy Louis Joseph Vance)
A GREAT HOUSE FURNISHING
Following arc just a Few of the Thousands of
Articles Carried in oat Great Furniture, Hardware,
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Early in the dull hot dawn a clat clatter
ter clatter of winches and a bustle of
shadowy figures on the deck of a
small trading vessel, which had spent
the night between the moles of the
harbor of Algiers, announced that the
anchor was being weighed.
While this was taking place a small
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watermen and carrying a single pas passenger,
senger, passenger, put out from the steamship
quay, the oarsmen rowing with a will
that hinted at a premium having been
placed upon their speed. The coaster
was barely under way, moving slow slowly
ly slowly in the water, when the boat ran
alongside. A line was thrown from
the ship and caught by one of the
watermen, the boat hauled close In,
and its passenger taken on deck.
An hour later, a pipe between his
teeth, O'Rourke stood by the helms helmsman,
man, helmsman, staring back over the heaving
expanse, swiftly widening, that lay be between
tween between the coaster and the Algerian
HttoraL The world behind was gray
and wan, but the skies ahead were
golden. "A fair omen!" breathed the
The bulk of the great ruby in his
pocket brought his thought back in a
wide swing to the girl who would be
waiting for him at Rangoon. "Faith,
and I must be getting below and mak making
ing making a dab at writing a letter to her.
. . That was nothing."
He nodded with meaning towards
the bold profile of Algiers. .
An ill wind It was that blew Colonel
O'Rourke into Athens. ... It has
blown itself out and been forgotten
this many a day, praises be! but that,
once it had whisked him thither, im immediately
mediately immediately it subsided and -stubbornly
it refused to lift again and waft him
forth upon his wanderings, In the
course of time came to be a matter of
grievous concern to the Irishman.
All of which is equivalent to saying
that the dropping breeze of. his
finances died altogether upon his
arrival in the capital of Greece. He
disembarked from a coasting steamer
in the harbor of the Piraeus encum encumbered
bered encumbered with a hundred francs or so, an
invincible optimism, a trunk and a
kit-box, and a king's ransom on his
person In the shape of the Pool of
Flame; which latter was hardly to
be esteemed a negotiable asset. There Thereafter
after Thereafter followed days of inaction, while'
his hopes diminished.
Nearly two months had elapsed
since he had promised two people
himself and one infinitely more dear
to him to be In Rangoon in ninety
days. In little more than a month
she'd be waiting for him there. .
And where would he be? Still was
he far by many a long and weary
mile from the first gateway to the
East Suez; and still he lacked many
an aloof and distant dollar the funds
to finance him thither.
If only he could contrive to get to
Alexandria Danny was there
Danny Mahone, he of the red, red
head and the ready fists; Danny, who
held the O'Rourke as only second to
the Pope in dignity and importance;
who had been O'Rourke's valet In a
happier time and of late In his hum humbler
bler humbler way an adventurer like his mas master.
ter. master. He was there, in Alexandria,
half partner in a tobacco Importing
house, by virtue of money borrowed
from O'Rourke long since, at a time
when money was to be had of the
man for the asking. . And
Danny would help. .
You must see O'Rourke revolving In
his mind this unhappy predicament of
his, on the last of the many afternoons
that he spent in Greece. Draw down
the corners of his wide, mobile mouth,
stir up the devils in his eyes until
they flicker and flash their resentment,
place a pucker between the brows of
his habitually serene and unwrinkled
forehead; and there you have him
who sat beside the little table in the
purple of the Zappeion, with a head
bared to the cool of the evening
breeze, alternately puffing at a me mediocre
diocre mediocre cigar and sipping black coffee
from the demi-tasse at his elbow.
Now Just as the sun was sinking be behind
hind behind the mountains and Hymettus was
clothing its long slopes in vague violet
light of mystery and enchantment (for
this view alone O'Rourke took himself
to the Zappeion daily) the Irishman's
somber meditations were interrupted.
"Phew! 'Otter'n the seven brass
'inges of 'ell!" remarked a cheerful
voice, not two feet from his ear.
O'Rourke turned with an imper imperceptible
ceptible imperceptible start he was not easily sta sta-tled.
tled. sta-tled. "True for ye," he assented, tak taking
ing taking stock of him who, with his weather-wise
remark for an introduction,
calmly possessed himself of the va-
cant chair at the other side of the
tamo ana gnnnea a ruDicuna grin
He showed himself a man in stature
no whit inferior to the Irishman, as
to height; and perhaps he was a
stone the heavier of the two. He
lacked, otherwise, O'Rourke's alert
habit, was of a slower, more stolid
and beefy build. The eyes that met
O'Rourke's were gray and bright and
hard, and set in a countenance flam flaming
ing flaming red a color partly natural and
partly the result of his stroll through
Athens' heated streets.
His dress was rough, and there was
this and that about him to tell
O'Rourke more plainly than words
that his profession was something
nautical; he was most probably a cap captain,
tain, captain, from a certain air of determina determination
tion determination and command that lurked be beneath
neath beneath his free-and-easy manner.
Therefore, having summed the
stranger up in a glance, "And when
did ye get in, captain?" inquired
The man jumped with surprise and
shot a frightened at least a ques questioning
tioning questioning glance at O'Rourke. Then,
seeing that he was smiling in a friend friendly
ly friendly fashion, calmed and continued to
cool his face and heat his blood by
fanning himself vigorously with a
" 'Ow the dooce do you know I'm a
captain?" he demanded, with a slight slightly
ly slightly aggrieved manner.
"It shouldn't take a man an hour to
guess that, captain any more than
It would to pick ye out for an Eng Englishman."
lishman." Englishman." The captain stared, gray eyes wid widening.
ening. widening. "An perhaps you'll tell me my
nyme next?" he suggested rather
"Divvle a bit. 'Tis no clairvoyant I
am," laughed O'Rourke. "But I can
tell ye me own. 'Tis O'Rourke, and
'tis delighted I am to meet a white
man in thi3 heathen country. Sir, vour
He put his own across the table and
gripped the captain's heartily.
"Mine's 'Ole," the latter informed
lyd by for weeks at a stretch for want
"Not another word, captain. I un understand
derstand understand perfectly. Will ye be having
a bit of a drink, now?
Captain Hole would. Tt won't urt
to talk this over," he remarked. "Per "Per-'aps
'aps "Per-'aps we might myke some sort of a
"Faith, 'tis meself that's agreeable,"
laughed the Irishman lightly.
And when, at midnight that night,
he parted from a moist and senti sentimental
mental sentimental sailor-man, whose capacity for
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"Ole?" queried O'Rourke.
"Not Ole nothing," said the cap captain
tain captain with some pardonable asperity.
"I didn't s'y 'Ole, I s'yd 'Ole."
"Of course," O'Rourke assented
gravely. "I'm stupid. Captain Hole,
and a bit deaf in me of? ear." This,
however, was a polite lie.
Ole nad proved enormous, the arrangement
naa ueen arrived at, signed, sealed
and delivered by a clasping of hands.
And it was O'Rourke was the happy
"Tis Danny who'll be giving me
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A light of interest kindled in
O'Rourke's eyes. He reviewed the man
with more respect, as due to one who
might prove useful. "And bound ?"
he insinuated craftily.
"Alexandria. ... I just dropped
In for a d'y or two to pick up a bit
of cargo from a chap down at Piraeus.
It's devlish 'ot and I thought as 'ow
I'd tyke a run up and see the city
'aving a bit of time free, y'know."
"Surely," sighed O'Rourke, a far faraway
away faraway look In his eyes. "For Alexan Alexandria,
dria, Alexandria, eh? Faith, I'd like to be sailing
Again the captain eyed O'Rourke
askance. "Wot for?" he demanded
directly. "The Pelican's a slow old
tramp. You can pick up a swifter pas passage
sage passage on 'arf-a-dozen boats a day."
" 'Tis meself that knows that, sure,"
assented the Irishman. 'Tis but a
trifling difficulty about ready money
that detains me," he pursued boldly,
with a confidential jerk of his head.
"There's a bit of stuff no matter
what that I don't want to pass
through the Custom House at Alex Alexandria.
andria. Alexandria. I'm not saying a word, cap captain,
tain, captain, but if I could smuggle It Into
Egypt, the profit would be great
enough to pay me' passage-money a
dozen times over. I'm saying this to
ye in strict confidence, for, being an
Englishman, ye won't let on."
"Never fear," Hole asserted stout stoutly.
ly. stoutly. "Umm. . Er I don't mind
telling you, Mr. O'Rourke, I some sometimes
times sometimes do a little in that line myself.
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"I hope to hiven he has live
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take me word for it?" he demanded
of midnight darkness tempered by
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He arose and resumed his packing,
blowing an inaudible little air through
his puckered lips. "Divvilish awkward
If I don't ... By the Gods! I'd
all but misremembered . ."
He failed to state exactly what ho
had misremembered, but stood mo motionless,
tionless, motionless, with troubled eyes staring
at the lamp flame, for a full five min minutes.
utes. minutes. Then
"I'll have to chance It," he sal''
slowly. "'Tisn't as if it were mine."
He unbuttoned the front of his shirt
and thrust a hand between his under undershirt
shirt undershirt and his skin, fumbled about un under
der under his left armpit, his brows still
gathered thoughtfully. Presently he
gave a little jerk and removed his
hand. It contained a chamois-skin bag
about the size of a duck's egg, from
which dangled the stout cord by
which he had slung it about his neck.
Holding this gingerly, as if he fear feared
ed feared it would explode, O'Rourke glanced
at the window, drew the blind tight,
and tiptoed to the door, where h
turned the key in the lock. Then, re returning
turning returning to his bed and making sure
that he was out of range of the key keyhole,
hole, keyhole, he cautiously loosened the draw drawstring
string drawstring at the mouth of the bag.
Something tumbled out into his
palm and lay there like a ball of red red-fire,
fire, red-fire, brilliant and coruscant.
O'Rourke caught at his breath sharp sharply;
ly; sharply; his very voice had an ominous
ring In its timber when he spoke at
"Blood," he said slowly, "blood.
. I doubt not that rivers of blood
have flowed for the sake of ye. Be Belike
like Belike ye were fashioned of blood in the
beginning, for 'tis that's your color,
and the story of ye as I've heard it is
all told when I've said that one word
blood! . ."
And, after a bit, "I'd best put it away,
I'm thinking. 'Twouldn't be safe to car carry
ry carry it that way any longer. If some something
thing something should catch in me shirt on
board, and rip it, and Hole happen to
see It why, me life wouldn't be worth
a moment's purchase. I'll hide it in
me box there; they'll niver suspect."
And with that he thrust the Pool
of Flame back into the leather bag,
and the bag into the depths of the kit kit-box;
box; kit-box; which he presently locked and
noiselessly moved beneath his bed.
After all of which he lay down and
with another sigh slept tranquilly.
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