The Ocala evening star


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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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For All of z C:o
Thcus-Zachry Co.
VOL. 19.
NO. U.


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lazy and discouraged, you hav hav-every
every hav-every symptom of a torpid
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interfered with the free action
of the liver are driven out, thr
stomach .is cleansed and
strengthened so that it can
more thoroughly digest food.
The bowels are purified and a
regular habit re-established.
It is a splendid medicine for
the whole system, Promotes
a feeling of energy, mental
activity and cheerful spirits.
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(From the Star's Industrial Edition)

II. 1 1 1
(Mra. E. Van Hood, Kdltor)
wIle Xot Drunk With Wine."
Paul did not preach against the
vices to which his hearers were not
tempted. His words, he not drunk
with wine, plainly indicate the pres presence
ence presence of beastly intoxication in the city
of Kphesus. Strong drink was a peril
to his' church; it was a foe to moral
and religious progress. He smites it
with all the visor of indignation. That
admonition holds good to the
church to this day. The liquor trust
has become colossal in power, and its
baneful influence falls across the
whole field of our civilization. The
monster lives on human calamity,
degradation and death. Why does it
fatten and lift Its insulting, foul face
in the eyes of men? It rests on two
things the love of money, and the
love of whiskey." The business ought
to be killed. The saloon is an outlaw
and a criminal. The black demon flies
through the world, and not one home
escapes harm. Its works are poverty,
rags, tears, hunger, enfeebled man manhood,
hood, manhood, wrecked character, crowded
criminal courts and jails. We grow
tired of describing the indescribable
horror; and moral indignation feels
This legalized abomination laughs
at you and me when we try, to fence
our homes and our churches against
his aggressions. The arrogant mock
ery of the accursed beast is hard to
bear. Sometimes the friends of temp
erance grow weary and say. What's
the use? The battle is disgusting,
but It Is not going to cease. Chris Christianity
tianity Christianity contends for all the field in
human life. In her program there is
no place for a barroom on this earth.
Moral forces always win. The whis whiskey
key whiskey traffic knows the seriousness of
meeting the hostility of all the Sun Sunday
day Sunday schools, all the churches, all the
Christian families of this nation. Mor Moral
al Moral "principle ,can never relax. Moral
forces steadily gather. A cyclone will
strike some day. Already the brew brewers
ers brewers and -distillers, wholesalers and re retailers,
tailers, retailers, are thinking it prudent to
keep the laws. Their old tone of con confidence
fidence confidence begins to be shaken. They
fought local option with all their
might, but In vain. Xow they are
fond of local option when state-wide
prohibition looms up.
There is something to be done. One
thing. I want you to despise and re repudiate
pudiate repudiate that old frazzled falsehood.
Prohibition doesn't prohibit. One gets
so tired of hearing good men even re repeating
peating repeating the silly, outworn phrase.
Xow, it does prohibit; they know it.
If It is a failure, if it works the traffic
no harm, why their frenzied opposition
to it? Why do they spend millions to
buy corrupt voters in order to defeat
It? Let us laugh down the wretched
mis-statement of fact. Let us make
intelligent citizens ashamed to utter
such nonsense, and give comfort to
the worst criminal on the earth. Kvery
wife and mother, for her own sake
and for the sake of her children,
should vow eternal hate to the com
mon foe. The name of this evil de debauchery,
bauchery, debauchery, lust, murder, sin It is the
essence of them all No wonder temp temp-and
and temp-and extreme sometimes, excuse them
on the ground of the awful provoca provocation.
tion. provocation. What side are you on? Don't
berate thes prohibitionist. Help him
fight the enemy.
The Knglish soldiers went down in
defeat time after time in the P.oer
war in South Africa. What was the
matter? English soldiers had reduced
their hardihood and efficiency by
drink. In their long leisure of the
camp they had become the enervated
victims of whiskey. England was
alarmed, and took hold of the evil.
It was weakening the nation. Re
form in the camp has been established.
Germany took alarm and adopted sim similar
ilar similar measures of reform. Drunken Drunkenness,
ness, Drunkenness, the whiskey traffic, threatens
the life of a nation.
There were barrooms in Rome. too.
as well as in Ephesus. Was there
ever a city where It was not? Omni Omnipresent
present Omnipresent and perniciously active It has
slain more men. than all the wars of
the world. Yes. a hundred times over.
Drunken fathers transmit disease to
their children, and the annual toll of
death Is enormous. This is one of the
cruelest forms of the eviL Whiskey

reduces a man's efficiency, but what

is far worse it infects the minds and
bodies of his innocent offspring. The
cry of the poor, sick children is, de destroy
stroy destroy the saloon.
Hell is a strong word, but no other
word describes the drunkard's state.
Hell is presented as a ravenous mon monster
ster monster with an insatiable appetite. That
is a true picture of the saloon and the
liquor traffic. Its spirit, its work, its
product is hell. The path to hell opens
with song anl mirth, and music and
cups. It's all so gay, and what a good
time the candidates for ruin do have.
The habit deepens, the chians are
forged, and hell swallows up the lives
of thousands. Watch, guard, train
our children. Hell is hungry for them.
Pight the saloon.
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 hearing1, 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.
P. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. Sold by
druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family
Pills for constipation.
An entertainment consisting of read readings,
ings, readings, tableaus, violin and piano selec selection
tion selection vocal music, etc., will be held in
the Odd Fellows Hall, at Oxford. Fla.,
on Wednesday evening, June 19, 1912,
at 7:30 o'clock.
Ice cream and home-made candles
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.
Haa that Been Your Experience Tak Taking
ing Taking Calomel for Conntlpatlon? Try
DodNon'N I.lver Tone Next
Many people take calomel to cure
constipation, and it does cure it for
one day, but two or three days later
they are sicker than ever. That is one
of the after effects of calomel.
This is the reason why the Court
Pharmacy will not guarantee calomel
to be harmless. But we do guarantee
Dodson's Liver Tone to be a perfect
substitute for calomel. Dodson's Liver
Tone will cure constipation and bilious
attacks and keep them cured, by stim stimulating
ulating stimulating and toning-up the liver to do
its best work. It is a vegetable liquid
with a pleasant taste and is harmless
to children as well as grown people.
It livens up the liver by natural
methods, does not act so strongly as
to weaken the body, but Is safe and
sure just the same. You can buy a
bottle today from the Court Pharmacy
with the assurance of your money
back if it fails in your case.
There will be a picnic at or near
Romeo on Pine Island. June 22. Re Remember
member Remember the old picnic ground. Re Refreshments
freshments Refreshments will be served by J. T.
Hutchins. Everybody come and bring
well filled baskets.
Zemo soothes, cools and heals angry
skin and quickly cures eczema and
every form of skin disease. Zemo is a
clean liquid wash that sinks right in.
Quickly allays all pain, all itch, all dis distress.
tress. distress. Zemo does the work In a way
that is simply astonishing and your
druggist will refund the purchase price
if the first bottle does not give you en entire
tire entire satisfaction. Try one bottle at our
risk. Zemo is prepared by E. W. Rose
Medicine Co.. and is sold by the Post Post-office
office Post-office Drugstore.
All new stock, new buildins
cation. H. A. Kramer.
good lo-

Hro-e4llaea of the Board of Public
iDnIrurlluD at It Meeting;
Lat Week

The board of public instruction in
and for Marion county met in regular
session in the usual place on Monday.
June 1 1 2. with all members pres present
ent present and acting as follows: W. D Carn.
chairman, B. R. Blitch and J. S. Gran
tham, members. with J. H. Brinson.
Tiie minutes of last meeting as re
corded were read and approved.
Messrs. H. (Jatrell. V. T. Stokes
and W A. Yuns, trustees of the Fair-
n-ld school. -allt-d to discuss the gen-i-r
j 1 school situation. fwing to the
fact that the average of last term wa
not such as to warrant the county in
supplying an assistant teacher ther-
hail been none provided for in the orig original
inal original appropriation. The tri'siees re requested
quested requested that one be allowed to begin
work at the beginning of the school
m.i it was agreed that one would be
allowed, the salary to be paid by the
county if the average was up to the
county requirement, otherwise by the
district. They agreed to supplement
t lie salary of the principal per
month and that of the assistant ?5
fto-u district funds.
A request for a new school to be es established
tablished established in the Burbank country was
passed over for further correspond
Notice of the apportionment of $.". $.".-922.56
922.56 $.".-922.56 as the part of Marion county for
'he half year from the state one-mill
tax, was presented from the state de department
partment department and filed.
The board adjourned for dinner.
Afternoon SeNMlon
The board met with all present.
Messrs. Wm. Griffith and J. M.
Barksdale, trustees of the Dunnellon
school, called and discussed the school
situation and interests in a general
way. They presented a recommenda recommendation
tion recommendation for the appointment of Mrs. Elva
M. Bassett as first assistant with tes testimonials
timonials testimonials attached also a recommenda recommendation
tion recommendation for the appointment of Miss
Frances G. Hale as teacher of the
fifth and sixth grades.
A protest against the appointment of
the former principal was also made
but as the board had already contract contracted
ed contracted with him for the ensuing term and
there being no legal grounds present presented
ed presented for annulling the contract and no
specific charges of inefficiency in school
management being presented, the board
sustained its former action in the
The names of J. J. Beard, Hettie M.
Harwell and Saloma Sims were pre presented
sented presented for teachers of the Anthony
school and agreed to by the board sub subject
ject subject to the teachers examination.
A petition for the establishment of a
colored school at Candler was present presented
ed presented but as there were but eleven pupils
eligible to the proposed school the
board declined to grant the petition.
A bill was presented from Putnam
county for the attendance of certain
children from Marion county at the
Georgetown school but as they went
there and boarded and they had no per permit
mit permit from Marion county the bill was
postponed for further correspondence.
A communication from the comp comptroller
troller comptroller In regard to the disposition of
the fine and forfeiture fund was pre presented
sented presented and filed for reference.
Resignation of Dr. G. E. Jacobs as
supervisor of the Burbank school was
presented and accepted and the people
requested to make recommendation of a
suitable person to be appointed in his
Mr. B. C. Boenfoy, architect, called
and presented sketches of school build buildings
ings buildings and ideas that he would recom recommend
mend recommend for the Ocala school building.
Mr. Balliet, supervisor of the Key Keystone
stone Keystone school, called and made state statement
ment statement of the need for a new school
house at their place and he was in instructed
structed instructed to have petition prepared at
next "meeting of the board showing
what kind of house would be needed
with probable cost.
Messrs. Davis and Collins, trustees of
the Summerfield school, called and dis discussed
cussed discussed the situation of their school
with reference to the need of Increased
room and two teachers for the coming
term. It was agreed to open if the
average is that required by the county
Funeral Directors
Undertakers and Embalmers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
Funeral Dlreetorn.
AH Work Done by Licensed Em Embalmers
balmers Embalmers and Fully Guaranteed.
Phones: D. E. Mclver, 104; C..V. Rob Roberts,
erts, Roberts, 30T; Undertaking Office, 47.
Fresh Shrimp, Crabs
Fresh and Salt
Water Fish.
Best Merchant's
Lunch tor
35 cents
in the city.
Any season's Delicacy
promptly served.
Heating's Cafe.
Chas. Rodoff, Proprietor


for furnishing an assistant, the coun-
ty will pay the salary, otherwise it
would have to be paid by the district.
A communication from the chairman
of the board of trustees of Pedro stat stated
ed stated that Mr. J. C. .Perry had been rec recommended
ommended recommended by a mass meeting of the
patrons to be appointed in place of Mr.
R. L. Clyburn, who had been elected,
but had moved to another place.
A suggestion from the trustees of j
the Summerfield school in regard to j
Duying tne cnurcn lot ana building building-that
that building-that lies adjacent to the school lot,
was discussed and it was agreed that
a committee from the board would go
there and examine the building and
situation and confer with the "church
officials and report to the board at the
next meeting.
Mr. Paul Gassier. architect, called
and suggested plans for the Ocala
school building which were discussed
with the county hoard and the trus trustees
tees trustees of the Ocala district.
The board adjourned for supper.
Nlfcbt SeHnioii
The board met with all members
present and acting.
The routine bills that had accumu accumulated
lated accumulated were examined and ordered paid.
The county board and board of trus trustees
tees trustees of the Ocala school met with Mr.
P.onfooy and discussed various fea features
tures features of a high school building or com combination
bination combination building. The principal of
the Ocala school was also present to
confer and advise. The question as to
whether the building should be strict strictly
ly strictly a high school building or a combi combination
nation combination building was discussed and also
the advantages of different locations.
Dr. Chace and Mr. Gary of the board
of trustees witli Superintendent Brin Brinson
son Brinson were appointed a committee to ex examine
amine examine and report upon available school
lots with probable cost, etc.
The board adjourned for the day.
TueMriny Morning SeIon
The board met with all members
present and acting.
The teachers reports were examined
and ordered paid.
Mr. Crosby, one of the trustees of
of the Citraschool, called and discuss discussed
ed discussed their school situation with the
The treasurer's report for the month
of May was presented and checked
over and found to be apparently cor correct.
rect. correct. It showed the following facts
and conditions: For the county fund
proper, receipts with previous balance,
$14647.02; disbursements $12068.34;
cash balance $2578.68. The following
district balances were shown: Ocala,
$.58; Mcintosh $.17; Relleview $274.26;
Fantville $52.21; Dunnellon $242.!t3;
Reddick $1.04; Pine Level $48.60; May May-ville
ville May-ville $37.35; Weirsdale $448.22; Citra
$13.2.23; Griner Farm $34.06: Ruck
Pond $401.23; Sparr $426.28; Candler
$272.85; Fellowship $88.41;
$47.21; Rlitchton $106.17;
$229.33; Fort King $128.62;
Plant $446.09; Orange Iake
Oak Hill $13.55; Moss Bluff
Fairfield $222.08; Cottage Hill $9.78;
Charter Oak $230. 58 Pedro $8.75; Ken Ken-drick
drick Ken-drick $100.72; Oklawaha $1.03; Heidt Heidt-ville
ville Heidt-ville $428.47; Pleasant Hill $203.52;
Fort McCoy $77.85. Total district bal balances,
ances, balances, $5055.03.
The board adjourned for the day so
that the secretary could take up the
work of the state uniform examina examination
tion examination for teachers.
Wednesday Afternoon SeMInn
The board met at the office with
Chairman Carn and Mr. Blitch pres present.
ent. present. The secretary called attention to
the matter of the Pedro district in
that for last year the school had been
operated at an expense of $15 per
month less than the appropriation to
which they would have been entitled
upon the average made during the
preceding term and the understanding
that whatever amount could be saved
upon operating expenses should be ap applied
plied applied to the discharge of the outstand outstanding
ing outstanding warrants. This was agreed to and
it was ordered that the county use $90
in the discharge of outstanding Pedro
The superintendent reported the se selection
lection selection of Misses Carolyn Pasteur and
Miss Minnie Lee Carlisle and Mr. K. C.
Boyd as members of the grading com committee
mittee committee for the present teachers' ex
Xo further business appearing the
board adjourned to meet in regular
session on Tuesday. July 2, 1012.
J. II. P.rinson, Secretarv.
Bit5 or stinsrf? of poisonous insects
which cause the .flesh to swell should be
TIC PROPHYLACTIC FLUID. It counteracts the poison,
reduces swelling: quickly and eases
pain. It is equally as valuable when
applied to fish wounds, burns, scalds,
cuts or bruises. It causes the fiesh to
heal over and leaves no disfiguring
scar. Price to cents per bottle. Sold
by all druggists.

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From the Star's Industrial Edition)

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Ittttinger & Carroll Proprietors.
B. It Carroll, Business Manager.
J. H. Benjamin, Editor.
. . i Ocala.
Fla.. as second class mail matter.
The proposition to bond Marlon coun county
ty county for $1,000,000. to. build good roads
and make other improvements Is a
bold one; perhaps, too bold, but it has
Its merits. It would Increase taxes,
but It would increase business and the
value of property. Nearly all the
money would be spent among our own
people, and would increase their in incomes
comes incomes far more than it would "increase
their taxes. It would bring the mar markets
kets markets so much nearer to the farmer that
what he would save In a day's haul
would pay his taxes for a year. It
would bring in more people to help
bear the public burdens. It would add
to everybody's comfort and conven convenience.
ience. convenience. It would impose burdens on
posterity, but posterity has done noth nothing
ing nothing for us. and it could get even im imposing
posing imposing a tew burdens on those who
come still further along.
If a negro brute outrages a white
woman, we hang him to the first tree,
and .sometimes burn him alive. If a
white man seduces a woman, he is
never punished, unless his victim or
some male relative takes the law into
his or her own hand, and then the law.
which never protects the Injured, al always
ways always makes trouble for the avenger
And yet it is very seldom that a rapist
Is as morally guilty or makes as much
trouble for his1 victim as does the se
The individual drinking cup is a
good thing in most places. It is too
much of a good thing in others, and
maybe not enough of a good thing in
some: for instance, a railroad train
crowded on a hot day with people who
didn't think to bring their own cups
The men accused of the murder of
Myrtle Hawkins, the girl whose' body
was found In a lake near Asheville, N
C. have been freed by a jury, tho the
evidence was heavy against them. The
Polk county doctor, found guilty of
manslaughter In connection with the
death of a girl who died from a crim criminal
inal criminal operation, has been granted a new
trial. These two cases come very
near losing the balance of justice for
women that had almost been attained
In the punishment of Beattie and
The Fort Myers Press has improved
greatly under Its new management.
By unanimous vote the House of
Representatives has directed the sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee on judiciary to go to
Seattle, 'Wash., and to other places as
may -be necessary, and thoroughly In Investigate
vestigate Investigate the charges against Federal
Judge Hanford, which have arisen
through his decision in the case of a
man named Olesen, a socialist, who was
denied citizenship papers. Represen Representative
tative Representative Berger, who preferred the
charges against Hanford, declared
that he denied Olesen citizenship pa papers
pers papers purely because Olesen is a so socialist.
cialist. socialist. He also charges Hanford with
habitual drunkenness.
An automobile accident which oc occurred
curred occurred Wednesday night at DeFuniak
Springs may result fatally for Cashier
Q. B. Campbell of the First National
Bank of that city. Mr. Campbell's
leg was broken in two places below the
knee and in such manner that the
large bone protruded through the flesh.
It Is feared the member may have to
be amputated. Three other men who
were with him at the time escaped
with slight bruises.
In the German fleet which has just
left New York after a friendly visit, is
a battleship cruiser, the Moltke. which
Is one of the vessels our naval officers
fear more than they do a dreadnought.
The Moltke is more heavily armed
than any cruiser of any other nation,
and Is fast enough to run rings around
any battleship afloat.
Hugh E. Keough. forty-eight years
old, a well known Chicago sporting
writer. Is dead after a six weeks' ill
ness. He has been engaged in news
paper work for thirty-one years
Keough was one of the most versa
tile sporting writers In the country.
For several years he conducted a
column of comment on sporting news
which he called "In the Wake of the
News." This and the other matter he
turned out was signed "By Hek," the
Initials of his name forming the nick
"Roosevelt lor China." is the slogan
of the young Chinese, according to
Quan Sing. Chinese interpreter in the
Immigration office at Cleveland, Ohio
Quan Sing says his countrymen in
America will urge that the colonel be
called to China to take charge of the
situation in case of his defeat there
this falL "I believe he would accept,"
Quan 6lng said. "He is strenuous
enough to handle the situation and the
situation Is strenuous enough to suit
him. Wu Ting-Fang, who will return
to America shortly, as ambassador
will put the matter up to him. I and
my countrymen here hope he will ac accept.
cept. accept. If we could make him president
of the Chinese republic for a few years
foreign aggressions would cease. lie
ts the man China needs."
Far from slackening her pace of
naval Increase to meet Britain's offer
to do likewise, the English press note
with alarm that Germany responds by
Increasing her naval estimates beyond
anything hitherto known. It will be
remembered that William Churchill,
the first lord of the British Admiralty,
announced in presenting his naval esti estimates
mates estimates that they were "framed on the
assumption that the programs of tho
other naval powers will not be increas increased."
ed." increased." He declared frankly that he re referred
ferred referred to Germany, and said the Brit British
ish British pace of naval construction would
be slackened or accelerated to meet the
pace of the Germans. The German reply
is now made. Under the vast naval
estimates adopted by the budget com committee
mittee committee of the German Reichstag, we
read. "15,000 men are to be added to
the-personnel now in service, raising
"1t from 65,000 to 80.000," and "when
full effect bus been given to the pres present
ent present proposals, the German navy will
possess 61 dreadnoughts, none more
than twenty years old." But the Eng English
lish English Ministry -were more or less pre prepared
pared prepared for this German move and the
London Daily Mail writes: "In view of
a possible naval emergency, Mr Uoyd
George in his budget this year held
toack 6,500.000 of surplus (32,500.000).
to meet what "he described as 'very
serious contingencies The 'very serious
contingencies' are now facts."


Seme Congratulation on It from uor
Contemporaries and Otner Friend.
The industrial edition of the Ocala
Star, which was issued June 7, is one ;
of the finest publications of its kind
which has been sent out in Florida for
some time. The illustrations are espe
cially noteworthy, showing Ocala of
today in its best aspects, and reveal revealing
ing revealing the many note-worthy improve
ments which have recently been made
there. The editors of the Star are en
titled to sincere congratulations. Their
admirable work will count largely in
bringing future investment to the live
and progressive Marion county capi
tal, and the people of Ocala should see
to it that the number is given wide and
well-placed circulation. Tampa Tri
We have received a copy of the il
lustrated industrial edition of the
Ocala Star, and as we expected it was
fully up to the standard, and true to
its name. Besides illustrating and
describing picturesque Ocala. other
towns are liberally noticed, and the
entire paper gives one a true insight
to the beauties and advantages of Ma Marion
rion Marion county. The edition will be the
means of inducing many to locate in
Marion" county, and in that way alone
will be worth thousands of dollars to
the city and county. Inverness Chron
The Ocala Star, Ocala, Fla. Gentle
men: We have before us your illus
trated edition of the Star. This is
such a meritorious production that we
cannot refrain from complimenting
you thereon. This not only reflects
great credit upon your editorial depart
ment, but also upon your mechanical
and business departments, and shows a
loyalty to your patrons that must be
very gratifying.
Wishing you the continued success
which your efforts so well deserve, we
are. Faithfully yours.
Dodaon Printers Supply Company,
W. C. Dodson, President.
Atianta, Ga., June 12, 1912.
Let us admit, then, that Woodrow
Wilson was born in Virginia, christen christened
ed christened in Ohio, was educated in the Caro Caro-linas,
linas, Caro-linas, married In Georgia, and possess possesses
es possesses all the good qualities that are at attributed
tributed attributed to him. If he receives the
nomination at Baltimore we want the
democrats to flock to his standard
with ardor and enthusiasm. We want
the democrats to get together and de determine
termine determine to stay together. We want no
pulling back on the traces. Ocala
That the Hatfield-McCoy feud has
ended for all time was indicated yes
terday when Dr. IT. J. Hatfield, nomi
nated for governor of West Virginia in
the republican primaries last week,
received a telgram from A. J. McCoy,
leader of the McCoy faction, extending
congratulations and wishing him all
success. It is believed that this dis display
play display of good feeling on the part of the
leader of the rival clan may result in
an era of good feeling that will end
for all time the feud which has caused
many killings and has been one of the
bloodiest in American history.
The law creating the commerce court
would be specifically repealed, its five
judges dropped from government rolls;
and the total of circuit judges thus re reduced
duced reduced from 34 to 29, under an amend amendment
ment amendment to the legislative, executive and
judicial appropriation bill adopted by
the Senate yesterday. The amendment
was proposed by Senator Smith of
Georgia. Both houses had already act
ed in accord in omitting any appro
priation for the court.
This last amendment, adopted after a
sharp fight, must now go to conference
with the House and if agreed to there
will be in the bill when it goes to the
president, who must either approve or
veto the bill as a whole. Congress, of
course, could pass it over a veto by a
two-thirds vote.
Senators declare that yesterday's ac action
tion action is most important politically as it
suggested a means of removing judges
by other methods than resignation or
impeachment. Senator Cummins, a pro
gressive leader" and a presidential can
didate, found in it a substitute for the
suggested recall for judges. He ex
pressed opposition to the judicial re
So strongly is President Taft said to
believe in the need for the commerce
court that his friends predict that he
will veto the legislative, executive and
judicial appropriation bill, which pro
vides for the abolition of the court
The bill also provides for the salaries
of the president, all the federal judges
and court officers, members of Con
gress and their mileage, members of
the president's cabinet and employes of
the great government departments.
The Brooksville Argus says of Mr
J. A. aters of Kendrick. who died in
the hospital here a few days ago:
"Mr. Waters was 63 years of age
when death overtook him. He was al always
ways always a good true friend, a kind and
loving father and husband, ever ready
to do good to mankind and help com comfort
fort comfort those who were in distress and
trouble. He was a true and good man
in all the walks of life, living up to
what he thought was right and honor honorable.
able. honorable. Mr. Waters was for five years
or more a resident of Hernando coun county,
ty, county, having lived out on Tucker Hill
east of Brooksville. He was a farmer
and always, took great interest in his
work helping to bring to pass many
things that were helpful to his profes profession.
sion. profession. He leaves a wife, two girls.
Misses Barbara and Edna, and one
son, Harvey."
Miss Nannie Petteway, sister to our
fellow townsman, Mr. L. S. Petteway,
won a grand medal at Peace Institute
in Raleigh. N. C. last term. A full ac account
count account was given in Saturday's Tampa
Times. Miss Petteway is a charming
young lady and has many friends in
Brooksville, who will be pleased to
learn of her success. Brooksville Ar Argus.
gus. Argus. ;
No event since "Bloody Sunday" has
so profoundly stirred the Czar's empire
as a recent tragedy in the Lena gold gold-fields,
fields, gold-fields, Siberian Russia. in which a
compan.v of soldiers, under command of
a police officer named Treschenko, shot
Into a crowd of striking gold-miners,
killing one hundred and sixty-three
men outright, and wounding one hun hundred
dred hundred and fifty. The news of it spread
like wildfire throughout the empire,
and in a moment the spirit of revolt,
which seemed to have been completely
crushed in Russia, broke out with such
elemental force that it frightened even
the Russian administration and the re reactionary
actionary reactionary press out of their indifference
to public sentiment.

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Says the Pensacola Journal:
A mother's council of Chicago, an
organization of women which seeks to
renovate this musty old world and
make it a bower of esthetic nicenes.-,
has solemnly relegated the familiar
little prayer that millions of ohilJish
lips have lisped.
"The last lines of the old prayer,"
exclaimed Mrs. Edgar A. Hall, presi president,
dent, president, "are horrible:
" 'Now I lay me down to .sleep.
I pray thee, I-ord, my soul to keep:
And if I should die before I wake,
I pray thee. Lord, my soul to take.'
"The idea of death during the night
is horrible," added Mrs. Hall, "and T
never use it."
A buzz of general approval met the
remark, and many fine bonnets, that
had probably given their owners morn
concern than had all the prayers in the
world, nodded approbation.
Mrs. Hall had a substitute to offer.
which was:
"Father, we thank Thee for the night
And for the pleasant morning light.
For rest and food and loving eare
And all that makes the world so fair."
"Beautiful!" someone murmured: "so
And now the familiar old prayer is
under the ban, and the new one is the
Maybe none but experts in prayers
ought to volunteer criticism. Tint it
must be the privilege of anyone to
make inquiry.
It is a nice meaningless little rig rigmarole
marole rigmarole for nice little ones in nice
homes, but what hollow mockery there
is in it for the countless children who
are without the "food and loving eare
and all that makes the world so fair."
Must these crouch dumb before the
Lord? These that are helpless, friend friendless,
less, friendless, most in need is there no plea
that they can utter?
Do the nice Chicago ladies imagine
that the Lord understands only the
language and emotions of tiie nice and
well-provided-for ?
To be sure, "the idea of death dur during
ing during the night is horrible." So is the
idea of death at any time, particularly
t-o those who can find nothing in life
to give thanks for. but their own ma material
terial material comfortableness.
No doubt lots of people are so pleas pleasantly
antly pleasantly situated that, in spite of their
mouth-deep professions, they would
rather remain in this sinful world than
go to heaven.
Very pious persons sometimes want
the doctor to hurry unreasonable.
Perhaps it is because that, already,
even in prayers, there has been more
thought of "all that makes the world
so fair" than of the spiritual vision?
that allure the soul heavenward.
Chieago, June ll. night delegate
for Colonel Roosevelt and eighteen for
President Taft marked the day's gain gain-of
of gain-of the two chief rivals for the repub republican
lican republican presidential nomination from the
decision of contest cases by the re republican
publican republican national committee. In addi addition
tion addition the committee settled disputes be between
tween between rival Roosevelt factions in tw.
districts of North Carolina
ing the colonel's title to
those section. Trie dec's
tii lis e ear ear-votes
votes ear-votes from
ns ve--;. r-
day were:
For Taft two each from the se.
third, fourth, sixth, seventh and eighth
Mississippi districts: two each from the
third, seventh and fourteenth Missouri
district. Total. 1 S.
Fr Roosevelt. four delegates at
large from Missouri. two each from
the first, fifth and eighth Missouri
districts: two each from the third ad
ninth North Carolina districts. Total.
At the end of the week of constant
work over the contested deb-uations
e committee has
riven Taft a total
of 1 .".! delegate and Colonel n. n.-velt
velt n.-velt a total of 1Z.
Ohio act like a tr'7"''
idents. Wa.h:nprton Post.
The woman or today wio ?ias srood
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Our old, undemocratic idea of honor honoring
ing honoring the birthplace of American inde independence
pendence independence is expressed in annual out outbursts
bursts outbursts of barbarism which have al already
ready already done to death more persons than
the revolutionary war ever thought of
destroying, according to Success Mag Magazine.
azine. Magazine. Indeed, our peaceful celebration
seem as much niore dangerous than the
old style of warfare as smallpox is
more dangerous than chicken pox.
To make this fact clear. Mrs. Iaac
L. Lice, the dearest foe of our barbar barbarous
ous barbarous Fourth, has arranged two columns
f figures side by side. The one is tak taken
en taken from Bancroft's History of the
I'nited Stages and shows the American
casualties in seven famous revolution revolutionary
ary revolutionary battles. The other has been com compiled
piled compiled by the Journal of the American
Medical Association. It considerably
understates the casualties on seven re recent
cent recent Fourths:
Killed and
Battles Wounded
Hunker Hill -. 44ft
Fort Moultrie 37
White Plains 1Q0
Fort Washington 14'.
Monmouth 22ft
Cowpens 12
Total 1,119
Killed and
Celebrations Wounded
July 4, I'.tO:1. 4,4 4 9
July 4. 1901 4,1 C9
July 4, 1905 T.,176
July 4. 1906 .".,466
July 4, 1907 4.41?.
July 4, 190S .",,623
July 4, 1909 r,307
Total :J4,603
Key West Citizen, May 10, 1911.
Havana. June If. General Montea Montea-gudo,
gudo, Montea-gudo, the Cuban commander in chief,
reports to the government that a col column
umn column under Colonel Yallente has de
feated the forces of General? Estenoz
and Ivonet, at Jarahueca, killing many
of tiie rebels. The Havana papers an announce
nounce announce this as a great government
Victory, stating that the rebels were
routed and lost many hundreds of men
and that it means a crushing blow to
tiie insurrection.
Lexington, Ky., June 14 Wesley Ed
wards, a member of the Allen clan
which raided the court house at Hills-
vine, Ya.. on March 14 and assassinat assassinated
ed assassinated the judge, the prosecuting attorney
and the sheriff of the county, besides
killing and wounding a number o
others, was arrested yesterday by Chief
of Police A. P.. Bettit. of Cliy City
forty miles east of Lexington.
Washington. June 14. Startling
charges of intrigue against Major
General Leonard W. Wood, chief of
staff of the army, begun by the lite
Senator Marcus A. llanna and kept
alivt- by his friends, were oniy ;.,irr of
e series of sensations which attended
;it;on !"
: he Hous v
rda c
f the army appropriation bill conf-r-n.--e
Jus; sto;, to think that Then lore
Roosevelt is only one-hundred-and-forty-thousand
of 1 per cent, of the
population of the United Spates. Al Alba
ba Alba nv Journal.


In our boyhood days our arithf-mtS I
J s 1 to toar-h us that three miles made
a league: hut now it tak- eiirht club-, j
Tampa Time?. j
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T'nere is one medic hie that every
family should be provided with and es especially
pecially especially durinsr the summer months,
vix: 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.


Memory Returned Before His Death,
and Son Now Is Searching for
Treasure Concealed Prior
to the Civil War.
The story of a wound received In the
Civil war which sealed the hiding place
of a fortune for more than half a cen century
tury century and of a strange trick of fate
which cleared the hider's memory In
the evening of his life was brought to
Los Angeles by the hider's son, J. K
Anderson of New Orleans, who is at
the Van Nuys en route to the old
placer mining fields of California.
Anderson's father joined in the gold
rush and was one of the miners of the
'"49" days. He located a claim in
Placer county near Auburn and New
castle. Within a year he had snatched
from the river bottoms a fortune
Then the call of the Bouth for volun
teers reached him. He burled the
gold beneath the adobe blocks of a
tavern in the vicinity of his claim.
strapped all the precious substance he
could carry about his body, and hur
ried to join the Confederate army.
Anderson says that his father was
struck in an engagement with the
Union troops by a bullet which tore
open his scalp and robbed him of his
memory for 50 years. During that
time the son says the parent was like
a child, with all knowledge of the
hiding place of the gold gone. Before
he died a year ago his memory of
the gold rush returned to him and he
was living again in the past that pre preceded
ceded preceded his part In the conflict.
It was during these last momenta
that the old man told his son and the
mother where he had buried what he
claimed was a cortune. The son is
hurrying to unearth, if possible, the
burled treasure. Anderson said:
"My father said he buried the gold
under a corner of an old adobe tavern
patronized by the miners in the early
days. This tavern was in Long Valley
at a point half way, I have learned, be between
tween between the present town of Newcastle
and Auburn. I have learned through
correspondence that a family by the
name of Scott occupies the tavern as
a farmhouse and that the country
around It Is devoted to the raising of
j citrus fruits.
"No one has disturbed the original
lines of the building. The adobe blocks
are heavy. I have obtained permis permission
sion permission from the owners to prosecute my
search and will give them a share of
my findings. Otherwise I would have
to buy the property."
Anderson is a civil engineer. He
j was engaged by the government for
I some time in work on the Panama
i canal, but has left his employment to
search for the treasure which he main main-!
! main-! tains hi3 father has hidden in the old
j placer mining fields of California.
i Los Angeles Herald.
NO. 19, F. & A. M.
Marion-Dunn Lodse No. 19 meets In
the Temple on the first and third
Thursday eveninsrs of each month.
Visiting brethren cordially invited.
C. E. Simmons, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
TlXUIA LOmiK SO. 22, I. O. O. F.
Tulula Lo-ise No. 22. Independent
Order of odd Fellows, meets every
Tuesday at 8 p. rr,.. in Yonge's Hall.
V:: itinjr brethren always welcome.
Jake Brown, Noble Grand.
W. L. Colbert. Secretary.
OCALA AEKIK XO. 1814, F. O. E.
Ocala Aerie No. 1SI4. Fraternal t)r t)r-jder
jder t)r-jder of Ea:jies, meets every first and
third Wednesdays in each month, at 8
p. m in Caitle Hall. Visiting broth brothers
ers brothers are alwavs welcome.
F. G. B. Weihe. President.
N. Williams. Secretary.

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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
well as our own we have begun war on MADAM
FLY. Our store has been screened all around and
with the fight that we make against them during
the week and on Sunday, we can see a great differ difference.
ence. difference. On Sundays we put our poison fly paper and
it kills every fly that comes in contact with it. If
everybody would kill as many flies as we do it
strikes us that they could be kept down.
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The state department declines to p;et
into the cofTee rmiddlt-. It can't see the
grounds. Philadelphia North Ameri American.
can. American. If coffee keeps on proing up there
won't be any roin down. Charleston
News and Courier.
Lady in Goodwatcr Describes flet
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Chambliss Bank
16 and 174
conventions held every Monday eve evening
ning evening In Castle Hall over Carlisle's
drugstore. A cordial welcome to visit visiting
ing visiting knifrhts. J. G. Ferguson, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of IL and S.
Regular convocations or tne wcaia
Chapter, No. 13. It. A. M.. on the fourth
Friday of every month at S p. m.
C. E. Connor, E. H. P.
Jake Brown. Secretary.
Things certainly look dark for the
Cuban. poultry raisers. Columbia
It makes a lot of difference whose
boss is gored. Washington Post.
K. of P. meet Monday night.
Of Final Settlement and DliM-karic
Notice in hereby given that on the
ISth day of December. 1912. the under undernamed
named undernamed will present my accounts and
vouches to Hon. Joseph Bell, Judge of
probate in and for Marion county.
Florida, at his office at the court house
in Ocala. and will make my final set settlement
tlement settlement and will apply for discharge
as such administrator.
J. P. Galloway.
A .a Kx-Officio Administrator .Estate of
Isaac Draft.
(If Final Settlement and Dliwn.arg;e
XiMce is hereby given that on the
18th day of December. the under
signed will present my accounts and
vouchers to Hon. Joseph Bell, judge of
probate in and for Marion county.
Florida, at his office at the court house
in Ocala, and will make my final set settlement
tlement settlement and will apply for discharge
as -uch administrator.
J. P. Galloway,
As i:x-Officio Administrator Kstate of
A. K. Miller.
(If Final Settlement and Dlftehariee
Notice is hereby given that on the
18th day of December. 1912. the under undersigned
signed undersigned will present my accounts and
vouchers to Hon. Joseph Bell, judge of
probate in and for Marion county.
Florida, at his office at the court house
in Ocala, and will make my final set settlement
tlement settlement and will apply for discharge discharge-as
as discharge-as such administrator. s
J. P. Galloway. :
A Ex-Officlo Administrator Estate of
Julius Mathewa. V




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make for soundness and satisfactory bank service.




"Woodmen meet this evening.

New shirt waists at Fishers.

Men's and boy's suits at Fishel's.

The latest in powder puffs, just in,
at the Court Pharmacy.

Dr. A. I- Dlaloek, pkystelam, ttfflec
phone No. 3&9 j realdenee phone, 132.

Mrs. Mary Doyd of Alabama is in the
city, on a visit to her nephew, Mr. R.
T. Adams, ami family.

A new supply of hair brushes just in
at the Court Pharmacy. We invite
your inspection before you buy.

range, used about two months.


Rev. L B. Warren of lake City is at
the Ocala House. lie will probably
preach at the Ocala House Sunday.

FOR SALE Two cylinder automo automobile.
bile. automobile. Perfect condition. Price $125. A.
M. Lansford, Ocala.

Mr. J. E. Wilson of Starke is push pushing
ing pushing the busint-s of the I!t-miniiton
Typewriter Company in Oealu today.

Cuticle and Manicure scissors, the
best ghat's made, at the Court Pharmacy.

C. C. Wilson of Owensville, Ind and
E. V. Uibbs of York. Pa., are at the
Ocala House.

Is it stationery you want? Then go
to t lie Court Pharmacy, for they have

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Dr. Christian has returned from a
pleasant visit to old friends in Ala Alabama.
bama. Alabama. Dr. R. D. Fuller's friends and pa patients
tients patients will be glad to know that the
doctor is again able to be in his office.


The Air Dome was crowded last
night with people who wanted to see
some real fun. The fun was there and
everyone had a share. Mr. Goddard
won the silk hose. Dr. McClane the
two-pound box of candy, Mr. Cummins
the silk tie and Mr. Swindell the little
tin bucket and spade.
Tonight the prizes will be furnished
by B. F. Condon, the music store man,
Tydings drugstore and the Globe dry
goods store.
The feature subject for tonight will
be the Delhi Durbar, showing King
George of England as he was crowned
emperor of India. It is a magnificent
subject. There will be a fine comic
also. You miss a good hearty laugh if
you do not go to the Air Dome.


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,
a3 very important business is to be at attended
tended attended to.



The little theater was the place of
attraction last nisht. The pictures
were excellent and the music the best
Kiven in the city. The program for
this evening is as follows:
"Personally Conducted." A trip to
Bermuda, showing every interesting
feature of our neighborly isles.
"Cholera on the Plains." A western
play presented by the Pathe Company,
showing the plague stricken Indians of
our western continent.
"A Voice from the Deep." A comedy
from start to finish.



The Good Work of the V. C. T. V.
Thru the Summer


The W. C. T. U. has just carried out
a work that will result in a big public
It has bought two big water cool coolers,
ers, coolers, which will be put in prominent
places, where their contents will be
fully appreciated, especially during the
The W. C. T U. raised the money for
the coolers by hard work and self self-denial,
denial, self-denial, proving that philanthropic and
public spirit abounds in the members.
The coolers are large and handsome,
and have been appropriately lettered
by Dodge & Co., the lettering being
Mr. Dodge's contribution to the good
cause. They are for white people, and
we are informed the colored W. C. T.
I", will put in one or more big coolers
for the benefit of their race.


The witnesses for the defense in the
Waterman trial are being heard today.
Louis Waterman himself was on the
stand at 3 o'clock this afternoon. It is
possible, but not probable, that the
trial will end this evening.


The members of Tulula Lodge will
decorate the graves of their departed
brethren next Sunday. All members of
the lodge are requested to be at the
lodge room at 3:30 p. m. and to bring
all the flowers they can obtain.


Those desiring copies of the big il illustrated
lustrated illustrated special edition of the Star
can obtain same at the Star office or
the newsstands of the city at 10 cents
a copy, three for 25 cents. In 100 lots
or more 5 cents per copy.

Alma Zada Face Powder Is the best
we have to offer at 50c. the box. The
Post Office Drug Stores.

Mr. Charles Muneaster of Ocala,
spent yesterday in the city on busi business.
ness. business. Jacksonville Metropolis.

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.

Messrs. F. S. Petteway of Homosassa.
C. Cf. Lamoureaux of Center Hill and
A. L. Kirtley of Tampa were at the
Ocala House today.





Every Suffering Woman should take advantage of this
most liberal offer at once. Why delay and suffer longer?

Don't Bare Your Secret
Send me your name and address at once and let me
send you a trial treatment of My Home Treatment
ABSOLUTELY FREE. You can treat yourself in the pri privacy
vacy privacy of your own home and become a strong, healthy and
Write me first.
Women broken in health and spirit, and on the verge of
complete collapse have placed themselves under my treat treatment,
ment, treatment, and become completely cured. I have hundreds of
testimonials praising my valuable remedies.

Regain Your Health

I was a sufferer for
years, and know how
to! ayropathize with
women. I want to have
a heart to heart talk
with you at once, so
write me personally of
your ailments in strict strictest
est strictest confidence.

Mr. L. C Hasted.

If vou suffer from Lrucorrhoe. (White) Displacement or

railing af tha Womb, Ovarian Troubles, Ulceration, Inflammation,
Laceration. Tumor: Painful Period. Bearing Down Pains. Ner Nervousness.
vousness. Nervousness. Melancholia. Hot Flashes, Etc., you owe it to yourself
and family to try MY HOME TREATMENT at once. If you neglect
this ODDortunity your condition will crow steadily worse and you

are sure to become a hajrsrard and miserable numan wrecK.
Lontf years of practical experience with diseases peculiar to women makes my advice
valuable I will gladly send you FREE OF COST my medical Book. It's a blessing to suf suffering
fering suffering women write for it today, and also for a FREE sample of My Home Treatment,
MRS. LILA G. HUSTED, Chattanooga, Tenn.

Can furnish from one setting to one
thousand pure bred Rhode Island Red
eggs for hatching at 510 per hundred.
Ed Carmichael, Ocala,

Everyone interested In national af affairs
fairs affairs is requested to visit the Temple
Theater tonight and see this interest interesting
ing interesting picture entitled, "Uncle Sam on
the Mexican Border." Another picture
which all lovers of the game of bridge
will enjoy is 'Bridge Eclair." There
will also be two others, "The New Vil Village
lage Village Doctor" and "The Unending Love."


Ocala has three picture
their attendance is large

shows and
every eve-


Two unfurnished rooms in desirable
location for light housekeeping. Apply
at Star office.


J. E. Schenk of Montgomery, Ala.,
Arthur Pew of Atlanta, Ga., and I.
Cohn of Chicago, Ills., are at the Ocala

Rexall Cold Tablets do the work.
Can give you the formula if you like.
2.ric. the package at the Post Office
Drug Store.

Capt. E. II. Richardson of Homo Homosassa,
sassa, Homosassa, one of Ocala's well remembered
and esteemed former citizens, came up
yesterday to consult his physician.

MKN Our illustrated catalogue ex-

plains how we teach barber trade in

few weeks, mailed free. Molber Barber
College, Atlanta Ga.

Mr. J. C. Coleman of the thrifty city
of Coleman in Sumter county, was in
the city today and paid the Star office
a pleasant call.

Plain and fancy sewing done with

neatness and satisfaction. Apply to
Mrs. W. S. Miller, 52 South Watula.
Phone 445.

Merchants' Cafe, A. C. L. depot cor corner.
ner. corner. Meals a la carte and lunches at
any hour.

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.


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

Mr. S. J. Burnett and Miss Grace
Glover were married Wednesday morn morning
ing morning at 7:30 at the home of the bride's
parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Glover, 408
East Court street, Gainesville. The
ceremony was performed by Rev. J. J.
Cloar, pastor of the First Baptist

Owing to the recent bereavement in
the groom's family, the marriage was
a' very quiet one, only the members of
the two families and Miss Mary Gates
of Ocala being present.
The bride looked very girlish in a
goingaway gown of dark blue silk
poplin with hat and gloves to match.
The groom wore the convention black.
The house was tastefully decorated
with many beautiful ferns and cut
Immediately after the ceremony, Mr.
and Mrs. Burnett left for a short trip
and on their return will be at home to
their friends at the home of the
groom's mother, Mrs. Ida Burnett,
until the completion of their bunga bungalow,
low, bungalow, corner Oak avenue and Masonic
streets. Gainesville Sun.

Mrs. Burnett lived in Ocala for sev several
eral several years and has many friends here
who will read the account of her mar marriage
riage marriage with much interest.

. you can pnRnr ; :
with pride tojrcar'tcak. Tq-t3
pay all bills by cbefc. This nztztn sys?n Oztzzszz
foolish habits of specifc csd fcdorc yen fccsn II yen
have a lidy balance to year credit
your money to-day and give this approved, no-Scts
business method a trial.
H. D. STOKES. Cashier.



Following are the meteorological

conditions that prevailed during the

twenty-four hours up to sunset yester yesterday:
day: yesterday: Clear, southeast wind.
Minimum temperature, 67 degrees.
Maximum temperature, 90 degrees.
Average temperature, 71 degrees.



Local thunder showers tonight
Saturday except fair south portion.




Mrs. J. L. Willis, who has been visit visiting
ing visiting her niece, Mrs. Maude Home for
several Mays, left this morning for her
home at Williston.

Couldn't Walk!
"I used to be troubled with a weakness peculiar to
women," writes Mrs. Anna Jones, of Kenny, III "For
nearly a year, I could not walk, without holding my sides.
I tried several different doctors, but I grew worse. Finally,
our druggist advised Cardui for my complaint I was so
thin, my weight was 115. Now, I weigh 163, and I am
never sick. 1 ride horseback as good as ever. 1 am in
fine health at 52 years."




We have thousands of such letters, and more are
arriving daily. Sach earnest testimony from those who
have tried it, surely proves the great value of this vegeta vegetable,
ble, vegetable, tonic medicine, for women.
Cardui relieves women's sufferings, and builds weak
women up to health and strength. If you are a woman,
give It a trial It should help you, for it has helped a mil million
lion million others.- It Is made from pure, harmless, herb ingredi ingredients;
ents; ingredients; which act promptly and surely on the womanly organs.
It i a good tonic. Try it I Your druggist Sells it
Write to: Ltdies Advisory Dept. Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga. Tenn.,
far Special Instmctloru. and 64-pagt book. "Home Treatment for Women, sent free. 58

You get prompt and accurate pre prescription
scription prescription service at the Court Phar Phar-macy.
macy. Phar-macy. Instruct your physician to
leave your next one with them.

Miss Mallie Folks of Romeo. Fla., is
visiting her brother and sister, Mr.
and Mrs. Grover Folks at Chicora in
Polk county.

Mr. Laurie Izlar returned last night
from Spartanburg, S. C, where he is a
student at SpofTord College, to spend
his vacation with his parents and
friends. He is in the first rank of the
studious young men who are reflect reflecting
ing reflecting credit on Ocala in the various
higher institutions of learning thro thro-ughtout
ughtout thro-ughtout the country.

Four autos loaded with Gainesville
people en route to Daytona passed thru
Ocala today. In the cars were Mr.
and Mrs. Will Dale, Mrs. Jim Medlin,
son and daughter. Miss Van Hoose,
Mrs. McCullom, Mrs. J. M. Dell. Mrs.
Robinson, Miss Frances Scarrett, Mr.
B. F. Hampton, wife and child, and
Mr. C. W Hill.

Mrs. Fred Worthington of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, arrived in St. Petersburg last
night to visit Mr. J. W. Sylvester and
daughter, Miss Leafy, at their home,
608 Third street, south. St. Petersburg

Mr. Austin Buxton of Burbank visit visited
ed visited his Ocala friends today. He says
the rainy season at Burbank is over
and he started two gangplovv teams to
work this- morning.

LOST An alligator skin pocketbook
containing lodsre receipts and other pa papers.
pers. papers. Finder please return same to
this office.

Mr. C. II. Dame returned this morn morning
ing morning from Sparr. where he organized a
Woodman camp last night. Nineteen
new choppers enlisted, and the future
of the camp looks good.

Pleasant furnished rooms for light

housekeeping. 66 Oklawaha avenue. 5 18

Do not leave any standing water

about your yard, particularly rain wa

ter hundreds and thousands of mo
squitoes are the result.

Miss Ruth Hawkins and Mr. A. C.
Leggett arrived in Gainesville Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, and armed with a marriage license

from the office of County Judge Mason

called at the parsonage on East Main

street at 7:30 p. m., where they were
united in the holy bonds by Rev. J. J.
Cloar, pastor of the First Baptist
church. They spent the night at the

White House, but will leave today for

Mayo, where they will make their
home. Gainesville Sun.

Mr. and Mrs. Leggett came to Ocala
instead of going to Mayo. Mr. Leggett

is a sKiilea young tonsorial artist and
is employed at the Arcade barber shop.

He and his wife will make their home
in the house occupied by Mr. and Mrs.
Hetrick on South Watula street.

Abner Jones resigned his job, just be because
cause because it made him tired;
Sewin circle met next day and de decided
cided decided he was "fired."
Bushrod Peeler bruk his leg fallin' off
a load of hay;
That he was rip-roarin' drunk was
told in town next day.
Ezra Spink walked down the street
with a lady and, of course,
People had it that his wife had de decided
cided decided on divorce.
Smith hired a stenographer, as his
business had enlarged,
And the tongues wagged ceaselessly
till the lady was discharged.
Mr. Peebles took a trip with some
outside business men;
Sewin' circle, when it met. softly
whispered: "Soused again."
Bilkins sold his touring car, didn't
like the one he had;
And the word was passed around that
his business had been bad.
Mrs. Perkins needed clothes, and she
started saving cash.
Selling eggs and butter and cutting
down her husband's hash:
Bought herself a summer suit and a
four-foot Leghorn hat.
Folks could not make out how she
could "afford to dress like that."
Life within the pearly gates will not
please the anvil kind.
For we think they will be told: "Leave
your hammers all behind."
Roy K. Moulton, in Boston Globe.



Hereafter the daily afternoon mat matinee
inee matinee 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.


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

ood 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 you get accustomed to the new
syste.Ti, we know you will like it.
Carn-Thomas Company.

Ocala, Fla.. June 12, 1912.
To the Clerks of the Circuit Court for
the Fifth Circuit:
Gentlemen: The number of divorces
that are now being presented to me Is
a menace to society. Many Instances
in which the service of process Is had
by accepting service, or an answer Is
filed where the bill waives oath to the
answer, admitting the allegations of
the bill. It has also reached me that In.
some cases both parties have con contributed
tributed contributed to the cost of the proceedings,
attorney's fee Included.
My practice in the future will be
that, wherever the service has been ac accepted,
cepted, accepted, or an answer Is filed admitting'
the allegations of the bill, such act will

be considered as prima facie collusive.

I shall appoint one general master

in chancery in each county in the cir

cuit and the witnesses will be requir

ed to appear before him and take the-

proof before him. .In addition to the

examination by the solicitor for the
complainant, the matter will be re required
quired required to make a further examination

of the witnesses, as to charges for the

divorce, and the record shall also

show this examination.

That ex parte affidavits will not be

considered as sufficient proof for

granting a divorce. Where the gener general
al general master is interested, or is attorney
for either party, a special master will
be appointed with the same require

ments as to the examination of wit


Please notify the members of your

bar to this effect.

Yours very truly,
W. S. Bullock.
Circuit Judge Fifth Circuit.
The attention of attorneys In this

county is directed to the above order
and they are expected to govern them themselves
selves themselves accordingly. S. T. Sistrunk,

Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co.. Fla,


A gold class pin, engraved A. A. P. A.
1904, lost between Ocala and Silver-

Springs. Finder will receive a reward t-

by returning to the office of Dr.-O.-
Peek. ' 1 51
Daynglo cloths for cleaning silver silverware,
ware, silverware, at A. E. Burnett's.

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
morphine or injurious drug of any
kind. Babies thrive under Its excellent
stomach and bowel correcting influence.
Price 25c. and 50c. per bottle. Sold,
all druggists.

Merchants' Cafe, A. C. L. depot cor corner.
ner. corner. Meals a la carte and lunches at
any hour.


FOR RENT The Bell residence, 198
East Adams street; two-story, seven
rooms and bath. Apply to Joseph Bell,

Mr. Ramond Kay will arrive Mon Monday
day Monday from Harvard law school to spend
his vacation with his parents. Col. and
Mrs. W. E. Kay, on Riverside avenue.
Jacksonville Metropolis.

Miss Roselle Cooley leaves next
Thursday for Valdosta, Ga., to be a
member of a house party given by
Miss Eulalie Converse at the club
house at Ocean Pond. Jacksonville

Dauglas shoes at Fishel'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.

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

ble. If Interested, address Box 606,

Ocala. Fla.

Holeproof hosiery at Fishel'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
215. Ocala. Fla.

If yon have weak, watery, sore and inflamed eyes, granulated
lids, wild hairs, eye ulcers or even TEMPORARY BLINDNESS

resulting from either of these,
Esar Brand Painless Eye Water and Sahre Gives Instant Relief
It Is healing', soothing, easy to apply and harmless even to the
youngest babe. Price, including bottle of eye water, box of
Mlve and glass pipette with rnbber baQf for dropping water into
the eyes. 25c at best stores or by mail. Try it today, if not
satisfied, your dealer will refund you the 25c

THE LEWIS BEAR DRUG CO., Inc., Montgomery, Ala.

We take pride in our prescription
department and it is our earnest deire
to give you just what your doctor
wants you to have, in the purest ami
freshest drugs obtainable. Send or
phone the Court Pharmacy.

Rev. and Mrs. Charles Balson and
Mrs. E. S I'rham left yesterday morn morning
ing morning for Hendersonville. N. C. for the
summer. Mr. Upham will later go to
his own old-time home near Boston.
St Petersburg Times.


Large Bucket Cottolene
Medium Bucket Cottolene so-
Three packages Jello and he Cream
Powder -V

Three Packages Lipton's Jelly


Three Packages

-unbeam Corn

The Court Pharmacy Is on the job.
Let them know your want? by tele telephone
phone telephone and then your trouble ends.
Phone 284

WANTED A position as steno stenographer
grapher stenographer and typewriter. Address No.
4 South 4th street. 6-12-6td

Oscar M. Eaton, the clever conduc conductor
tor conductor on the Coast Line, is sojourning at
French Lick Springs, Ind.. for a cou couple
ple couple of weeks. O&car deserves a vaca vacation.
tion. vacation. Inverness Chronicle.

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
follows. 25c. at Tydings & Company.

Keep a smile on your face during
this wet weather by using Dike's
Peroxide Cream at the Court Pharmacy.

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


Gas in the stomach comes from food
which has fermented. Get Tld of this
badly digested food as quickly as pos possible
sible possible if you would avoid a bilious at

tack; HERBINE is the remedy you

need. It cleanses and strengthens the
stomach, liver and bowels, and restores

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

energy ana cneeriuiness.
Sold by all druggists.

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.


A few pullets and cockerels, thor

oughbred Rhode Island Reds from
heavy winter laying strain. Pullets

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


Six Cans Zc. Gold Evaporated


Three Cans Dutch Cleanser 2."h-
Three Cans Van Camp's Hominy .2.V-
No. 3 Size Tomatoes, per can I2e
Best Creamery Butter, per pound.. S.e
15U pounds Granulated ?ugar
14 pounds Whole Grain Rice for..l.M
(Mtl-TMJiiS CO.


The awful list of injuries on a
Fourth of July staggers humanity. Set

over against it, however, is the wonder

ful healing, by Bucklen's Arnica Salve,
of thousands, who suffered from burns,
cuts, bruises, bullet wound3 or explo explosions.
sions. explosions. Its the quick healer of boils, ul

cers, eczema, sore lips or piles. 25c. at

Tydings & Company.

Colonel Roosevelt is called by an ad

mlrer "a man with a profound belief

in God." Had a profound belief in

Taft when Taft was not his opponent

for office. Louisville Courier-Journal.

FOR SALE At a sacrifice, a cotta

in first class condition with modern

conveniences. 120 feet front, close in

Address, A. B. C care Star. 6-8-121

Price 50c.

FOR RENT Flat of three rooms and

hall. A good home for a small fam family
ily family of a fine suite cf office rooms. Ap Apply
ply Apply for terms at Little's Shoe Parlor.

About the only uncontested peats at

the Chicago convention seem to be
those allotted to the press. New York


Everybody is a liar, according to our.

most eminent authorities. Chicago


Mrs. M. A. McLaughlin. 512 Jay SL.

LaCross, Wis., writes that she suffered

all kinds of pains In her back and hips
on account of kidney trouble and rheu rheumatism.
matism. rheumatism. "I got some of Foley Kidney
Pills and after taking them for a few
days there was a wonderful change in.
my case, for the pain entirely left my
back and hips and I am thankful there
is such a medicine as Foley Kidney
Pills. For sale by the Anti-Monopoly

our mw

"Quality" packing-house products
the best selected meats constitute the
shield we offer for our patrons' pro protection.
tection. protection. Only prime products and at com competitive
petitive competitive prices the best at the least
Order your needs for today by phone
and get an example of the superiority
of our service.
Phone No. 108.

W. n. MARSH, Frrietr.

The uniform success that has attend

ed the U3e of Chamberlains Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has

made it a favorite everywhere. It can
always be depended upon. For sale by
all dealers.



Next regular monthly meeting will

be held at 8 o'clock Friday evening.

June 14th, at Yonge's HalL

R. N. Dosh, C. C,
Chas. K. Sage. Clerk.

Ocala Lodge No. 699. Meets each
Thursday night In hall in Gary block.
G. F. Mershon. Dictator.
i. L. ctapp. Secretary

Concordia Lodsre. Fraternal Union of

America, meets In Yonge's Hall on the

second Thursday evening or eacn

nonth. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary.

OCALA LODGE NO. 288, B. P. O. E.

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


Baggage, Freight, Pianos. Furniture
and Safes a Specialty. Careful and
Prompt Attention Giren All Order,



Careful Estimates Made on All Con
tract Work. Gives more and better

work for the money than any ott
contractor in tiui c3r


Commercial Bank Building, Ocala, Fla.
The o&ly spccallizcd Cosiness College in Central Florida
S35.CD for life scholarship, Commercial or Stenography course
$25.C3 for fifteen weeks' vacation course.
Visit the College and investigate. Telephone 451
D. D. Arnslon. A. C, W. P. Garrett.
President. Prin. Com'l Dept.

Following are fast a Few of the Thousands of
Articles Carried in our 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 Round or Square Extension Tables, Dining Chairs,
Rugs, Sideboards and Chiffoniers, Ilouffets, China Closets, China
Dinner Sets, Ijtunps, Fine Table Linen, Etc.
Parlor Furniture
Handsome Mahogany, Oak, Willow or Mission Ohairs, Straight
Backed or Rockers, Tables, Sofas, Iamps, I tugs and Carpets, Pic Pictures.
tures. Pictures. Bedroom Furniture
'Beautiful Dressers and Wash Stands in Golden Oak, Birdseye
Maple or Mahogany. Beautiful Iron and Brass Beds in over Fifty
Different Varieties and Prices. Rugs and Mattings, Chiffoniers and
Wardrobes, Toilet Sets, Blankets, Comforts and Linens.
For The Pantry and Kitchen
Handsome Refrigerators and Ice Chests in Several Different
Makes and Styles and any Size or Price Desired. Stoves and Ranges
In Either Wood or Oil Burners. Kitchen Cabinets and Tables.
Hardware Department
Anything Desired in Silverware for the Table, Cutlery and
SIssors in our Hardware Department; Shotguns, Hides and Ammu Ammunition;
nition; Ammunition; Fire 'Sets, Screens and Irons, Etc.
Carriage and Harness Dept
Buggies, Carriages and Wagons for all Purposes, Harness, Sad Sad-Domestic
Domestic Sad-Domestic and Imported, Art Squares, Mattings, Etc., in the Coutnry.
dies. Lap Robes, Whips and Everything for the Horse or Vehicle.
PHONE 47 North Magnolia St. OCALA, FLA.

Effective June 9th
(Btealla Morttlhierini Railroad
will sell round trip tickets from all points on its line at
one way rate, on Sunday only
Gen. Pass. Agent

LMorcyefle Service
Phone 438
WMslin, Tine Tire Mae

Effective May 1st and Continuing Until November 1st
) Wtafflsawr IHMell
: Jacksonville, Florida
EUROPEAN PLAN (Exclusively)
Finest Cafe in the State in Connection
Rooms Without Bath, $1.00 per Day and Up
Rooms With Bath - $2.00 per Day and Up
T. WILSON, Proprietor and Manager

Union Square
Clean, Comfortable, Convenient and Home-Like Hotel," on
the American and European Plans.
American Plan, $2 per day and up. European Plan. $1 .00 per day and up.
i ; Special Weekly Rates.
OiUFctiill & Co.

1 11 if RIME

TRIGUE IV-TRIGUE Dy Louis Joseph Vance)
Some time In the golden afternoon
of the following day, the Pelican
weighed anchor and slouched with a
loafish air out of the harbor of the
"Plyn Bill 'Ole," the captain said
he preferred to be called. And "Plain
Bill Hole!" mused the Irishman, lean leaning
ing leaning over the forward rail and sucking
at a short black pipe. "Faith, not
only plain, but even a trifle homely,"
he amended judgmatically.
"As for meself," he concluded later,
'Tn no siren In this rig." And ho
lifted his eyebrows, protruding hi3
lower lip, as he glanced down over his
It was a strange rig for the O'Rourke
to be in: an engineer's blue jumper,
much the worse for wear, and a pair
of trousers whose .seat, O'Rourke
maintained, was only held together by
its coating of dirt and grease.
O'Rourke eyed this get-up with dis disdain.
dain. disdain. "Fortunately," he comforted
himself, "'twon't be forever I'll be
wearing It."
In the present instance, the dis disguise
guise disguise was held an advisable thing,
since O'Rourke was officially register registered
ed registered on the chip's books as assistant en
gineer. The Pelican carried no li-1
cense for passengers, and In view of
his avowed purpose it was deemed
unwise for the Irishman to risk de detection
tection detection by appearing "too tony" (an
expression culled from the captain's
Otherwise, it was understood that
hi3 duties were to consist of the pur pursuit
suit pursuit of his own sweet will, that he
was to occupy a stateroom aft, and
that he was to mess at the captain's
On an evening, some nine or ten
days after he had left Athens,
O'Rourke at the forward rail saw the
long, low profile of Egypt edge up out
of the waters, saw it take color and
form, made out palms and the wind windmills,
mills, windmills, the light-house and Pompey's
pillar; and knew that he was close
upon his journey's end.
Her winches rattled cheerfully us
the Pelican dropped anchor, but
O'Rourke did not move. There would
be no going ashore, he knew, until
Hole was ready, and that would be
when the customs officials had paid
him a call and the usual courtesies
had been exchanged. The Irishman
had no need to be in haste to change
from his present garb to one that
better suited him. So he lolled upon
the rail and regarded with a kindling
eye the harbor views.
He mopped his brow, simply (as be befitted
fitted befitted one of his apparent station in
life) with the back of a hand, and
stood erect, exulting in the scent, the
Indescribable, impalpable, insistent
odor of the East that is forgotten of
none who had ever known It. The hot
wind drove It gustily in his face, and
he sniffed and drew great lungfuls
and was glad.
"'Tis good!" he said simply. And,
a bit later, while on the short-line the
brazen arcs were beginning to pop out
silently: "There's the customs boat.
I'm thinking I'll slip below."
No lamps had yet been lighted be below,
low, below, but O'Rourke knew the way to
his room. He entered and shut the
door. The afterglow of the sunset,
entering through the porthole, ren rendered
dered rendered the little coop light enough for
his purpose. Dropping to his knees,
the Irishman pulled his kit-box from
beneath the bunk.
The lid came up freely as he
touched it. For a full minute he did
not breathe. Then, in ominous si silence,
lence, silence, he bent and examined the lock.
The First Officer's Fist Caught
O'Rourke Just Under the Ear.
It became immediately evident that
his memory had not tricked him; the
trunk was locked, as he had left it
that morning. But the clasp had
yielded to a cold chisel.
It was hardly worth the trouble,
still O'Rourke rummaged through the
contents of the box, assuring himself
that the chamois bag was gone. So
far as he could determine then, noth nothing
ing nothing else had been taken.
He shut down the lid and sat down
to think it out. eyes hard, face grimly
expressionless, only an intermittent
nervous clenching and opening of his
hands betraying his gathering rage
and excitement. At length he arose,
determination in his port.
One phrase alone escaped him:
"And not a gun to me name!"
He went on deck. Already the trop tropic
ic tropic night had closed down upon the
harbor, but it was easy enough to lo locate
cate locate the captain and first officer, still
waiting at the gangway. From over overside
side overside arose the splutter of a launch a
raucous sound,- yet one that barely rip rippled
pled rippled the surface of O'Rouike's con consciousness.
sciousness. consciousness. He stepped quickly to
the captain's side and touched him
gently on the arm.
"Captain," he said quickly, "I'll be
asking the favor of a word with ye In
Hole caught the gleam of the Irish Irishman's
man's Irishman's eye In the lamplight and
stepped back a pace.
"Get forrard." he said curtlv. "Caro't

you see tne customs officer coming
aboard? I'll see you later."
"Ye will not. Yell hear me now,
Hole backed further away. "Wot!"
he barked hoarsely, raising his voice.
"Wot! Ill show you 'oo's master
aboard this ship. Get forrard to your
quarters! S'help-me-gawd!" he ex exploded
ploded exploded violently. "'Oo ever heard the
tike of it?"
O'Rourke stepped nearer, his fists
closing. "Drop that tone, ye scud!"
he cried. "D'ye want me to spoil your
little game?"
The shot went home. The captain
gasped, and in the darkness O'Rourke
fancied he lost a shade or two of his
ruddy color.
"Wotcher mean?" he demanded, low lowering
ering lowering his tone.
"I mean." replied O'Rourke In a
ri'sick whisper, "that the Egyptian cus customs
toms customs officer is at the side. Return
what ye've stolen .from me this day,
or I'll tell the whole harbor what
ye've been up to! And, if ye want
me to be more explicit, perhaps the
word 'hashish will refresh your mem memory!"
ory!" memory!" "I'll talk to you later"
"Fe'll give me back me property this
miiJte or
O'Rourke was at the rail in a stride.
"Shall I tell him?" he demanded.
A swift step sounded beside him.
He turned an instant too late, who had
reckoned without Dennison. As he
moved to protect himself the fust of officer's
ficer's officer's fist caught the Irishman just
under the ear. And one hundred and
seventy-five pounds of man and malice
were behind it. O'Rourke shot into

the scuppers as though kicked by a j
mule, struck his head against a piece
cf iron work and lay still, half
stunned, shutting his teeth savagely
upon a moan.
Hole and the first mate stood over
him, and the captain's voice, guarded
but clear enough, came to his ear:
"You'll lie there, me man, and not
so much as a whimper till I give you
leave. Take 'eed wot "I says. Mr.
Dennison 'ere is goin' to clean 'Is re revolver."
volver." revolver." O'Rourke lay silent, save for his
quick breathing. The first officer,
grinning malevolently, sat down near
at hand, keeping a basilisk eye upon
the prostrate man while he fondled an
able-bodied, hammerless Webley.
Hole moved off towards the gang gangway,
way, gangway, whence his voice arose, an in instant
stant instant later, greeting hl visitor. The
latter put a hurried question, which
O'Rourke did not catch, but the cap captain's
tain's captain's reply was quick enough:
"Only a mutinous dorg of a deck deck-'and.
'and. deck-'and. Wanted shore leave and refused
to go forrard when ordered. 'E ain't
'urted none. Mr. Dennison 'ere just
gyve 'im a tap to keep him quiet."
The Irishman swore beneath his
breath and watched the first officer.
The light from the lantern at the
gangway glanced dully upon the pol polished
ished polished barrel of the revolver, and the
gleaming line was steadily directed
towards O'Rourlce's head. Upon re reconsideration
consideration reconsideration he concluded to lie still,
to wait, and watch his opportunity;
for the present, at least, he was in indisposed
disposed indisposed to question Dennison's wil willingness
lingness willingness to use the weapon. O'Rourke
was to be kept quiet at all hazards,
and he knew it full well; for once he
conceded discretion the better part of
valor, and was patient.
(Continued Tomorrow)
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