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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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VOL. 19.
OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY; JUNE 29, 1912:
NO. 24.
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;,ad Happy

lite port of Dr. E. Van Hood, 'presi
dent of the -City. Hoard of Health.
Ocala. Fla., to the Woman's Club,
April, 1JH2.J
Madam President and Women of. the
.Club: The OcalaBoard of Health Is
tdeased to aeain cooperate with the.
Woman's Club In Its effort to fore forestall
stall forestall disease and to deal with allied
.ma.'.';
The subject under discussion this
year la: Inspection; and is divided for
.convenience into three parts or under
three heads: ;
One. Inspection of persons. V
- Three.'. Inspection of places.
Persons are Inspected for contagious
diseases and physical defects which
may render them incompetent. These
are the main things in the examination
of the nchool children.
Places dwellings, hospitals and
prisons as having a permanent popu population.
lation. population. The board of health cannot
forget the commendable effort you
made three years ago. In the way ofva
"house to house" Inspection of prem prem-,
, prem-, ises. It was a move In the right direc-
tion. .. .:
Inspection ; of stores, shops and of offices
fices offices as having persons living; In them
from ten to twelve hours a day.
This club has entered a wedge 'by
getting a consideration of a weekly
half-holiday and other privileges for
" clerks an arrangement that meant
much to the girls and entailed no loss
either direct or Indirect on the store store--
- store-- keepers.' '',
Inspection of schools, theaters and
public buildings. Our present school
building is altogether Inadequate -and
the club recognizing the fact has gone
courageously to work to remedy this
Kv ,lorllnir a funA tnnblnir rtu',1 rd th
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construction of a building that will
"compare at least .favorably with our
Jail. (Pardon comparison.).
Inspection of things.' Under this
head comes, food, air and water. A
member of your club In company with
a representative of the Marion -County
Vflospital and two members ei tne
toard or health looked careruliy, over
fhe 'market and fruit stands and the
failure to have a bill passed In 110
.making It obligatory for fruit venders
to keep certain articles screened or
. otherwise protected from dust, flies,
etc., was not your fault;
All food, especially meat, milk and
fruit should be so protected and kept
under such conditions as to Insure
purity. The recent appointment by
.- the city .council of an' Inspector, gives
, promise of something being done along
this line Boon.
It Is worthy of note and commenda commendation
tion commendation that the Ocala Heights Dairy (the
Camp dairy) which began operations
In 1911 Is well nigh Ideal producing
high grade milk and cream for its cus customers.
tomers. customers. As a proof of their sincerity,
they Invite inspection and examina examination.
tion. examination.
f The Pyles dairy also well deserves
The Inspection of our drinking wa water
ter water is a matter of utmost Importance!
The franchise of the present water
company will expire In 1915 and it is
to be hoped for the welfare of our city
that some radical changes will be
made.
There are fit least three sources of
water supply that are available, vis:
" artesian well (the kind now used).
Silver Springs and the Oklawaha river.
Samples of these waters could be sent
to an expert chemist who might devise
chemical or other means of treating
'them, rendering them palatable and
healthful.
- The air we breathe should be safe safeguarded
guarded safeguarded from smoke, foul gases and
odors that" are, offensive and delerter-
IUU9 IICAIlfl.
The drainage question touches both
"air and water and either or both may
be seriously polluted u sewage is im improperly"
properly" improperly" disposed of. Our state board
of health is trying to secure a com per
tent civil engineer whose "services can
be had at a reasonable cost to super-,
vise TT give expert opinion on matters
V pertaining to water supply, drainage,
etc., In. all Florida towns.
Lou Is Pasteur says that the "para "parasitic
sitic "parasitic or germ disease will soon dlsap
pear from the world." His prophecy
la Mtmlnflp l.na In tTiA hrtrlrnn 1 f
health-advance It Is daybreak every every-.
. every-. where." The -victory over smallpox and
Cholera Is wpn In most countries. Ty-
phold.Js fast decreasing and tuber tuberculosis
culosis tuberculosis Is on the wane, Let us imagine.
for a moment a land free from cholera,
yellow fever, leprosy and plague. Such
a mental feat is easily possible be because
cause because those diseases do not prevail
' within. reach of our observation. The
fact that three out of every thousand
persons In India die yearly from plague
Is not distressing, to us In America.
Let -us, however, prefigure a land free
from blood poisoning and tetanus;
t where there Is no measles, scarlet
fever of whooping cough; where no
diphtheria, pneumonia or consumption
Is foand. Such a paradise on earth is
sure'' to come and In it children will be
born without a handicap of disease
rand will develop Into normal, efficient
men and women. For health-advance
to become effective, we need theactlve
cooperation of every man. women arid
cnua in every community, ignorance.
of the large mass of our fellow citizens
are the main hlnderanees to health re reform.
form. reform. Let me quote the words of an
eminent engineer: "Sanitation must
cease to represent the rule of a super superior
ior superior caste, and must' spring sponta spontaneously
neously spontaneously from the will of an educated,
enlightened people.". Until that day
draws near, we must continue to ad advocate
vocate advocate the application of standards
which shall regulate the degree, the
quality and the quantity of health In Inspection
spection Inspection services.
Respectfully submitted,
E. Van Hood.
. President City Board of Health.
Bibliography: C. B. Ball, health of officer,
ficer, officer, Chicago,, Florida Health Notes.
iCIIOOL ROOKS AT MtnTIVS
The Ocala News Co., O. W. Martin,
proprietor, has a large supply of coun county
ty county schools books' on hand.

Baltimore, June 28. The platform to
be adopted by the democratic conven convention
tion convention was under, discussion during the
entire day yesterday first by Mr. Bry Bryan
an Bryan and Senator O'Gorman of the reso resolutions
lutions resolutions committee,' later by the sub

committee of eleven of which Senator
Kern of Indiana is chairman, and In
the end by the full committee.
Mn mediately after thiA task was as
signed them. Messrs. Bryan and O'flor-
man shut themselves In the committee
room, doffed theia-coats and collars and
continued until about i o'clock, when
they announced that their work had
been completed. The subcommittee
was called in at that hour, and imme
diately "began a careful reading of the
document. Members of the subcom subcommittee
mittee subcommittee found little ground for crit criticism,
icism, criticism, all of their corrections being
merely verbal.
For Ilevenne .Oaly
The platform Is a flat and positive
declaration for a tariff for revenue
only, but there is no pronouncement
In favor of free raw material. The
tariff plank comes immediately after
a general declaration of democratic
principles, with which the document
opens. There are strong paragraphs
against monopoly.
The platform recommended by. the
subcommittee pledges sufficient fed federal
eral federal aid to maintain a navigable chan channel
nel channel in the Mississippi river and advo advocates
cates advocates federal control of all Mississippi
river Improvements.
Conservation of the natural resources
is recommended but the party is
pledged to a policy that will not drive
settlers from our western states to
other countries. This plank is made
applicable to Alaska, as well as to the
United States proper.
ENDS HUNT FOn 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 IClectrlc 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. SOc at Tydings ft
Company.
As a Great Statesman Boasted.
"Aspaslal have done with these
cares, with these reflections. Little
of .life. Is remaining, but my happU
fiess will be coetaneous with It, and
my renown will survive it; for there
Is no example of any who has gov
erned a state so long, without a sin single
gle single act of revenge or malice, of
cruelty or severity. In the thirty thirty-seven
seven thirty-seven years of my administration 1
have caused no citizen to put on
mourning. On this rock. Oh, Aspasiat
stand my Propylaea and my Parthenon.-"
-Walter Eavage Landor:
Pericles and Aspasla.
.MAX COUGHS AND BREAKS RIBS
After a frightful coughing spell a
man In Neenah, Wis., felt terrible pains
In his side and his doctor found two
ribs bad 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 Qod-send -to humanity," writes
Mrs. Effle Morton, Columbia, Mo., "for
I believe I would have consumption to
day, if I had not used this great rem
edy. Its guaranteed to satisfy, and
you can ger a free trial bottle or 50 50-cent
cent 50-cent or size at Tydings & Co.
Cultivate Art of Cooktry.
To cook is an art of arts, within,
however, the reach of any who will
take the trouble to master Its alphabet
and graduate into "Its higher branches
That one may become an artist by this
study Is not promised. Artists are
the born, not made product But a
kno ledge of cookery In the finer
branches will be an aid to culture Just
as a knowledge of the languages helps
to the comprehension of literature,
and a knowledge of music to the com
prehension of music.
DON'T BE MISLED
Oeala Cltlseas Should Read and Heed
" Tnla Advice
Kidney trouble Is dangerous and
often fatal.
Don't experiment with (something
new and untried.
Use a tested and proven kidney
remedy.
Begin with Doan's Kidney Tills.
Used In kidney troubles 75 years.
Doan's have cured thousands.
Are recommended here and every everywhere.
where. everywhere. An Ocala citizen's statement forms
convincing proof.
It's local .testimony It can be In Investigated.
vestigated. Investigated.
M. Peterson, 177 N. Magnolia street,
Ocala, Fla.. says: "I can say that I
have been greatly benefited by Doan's
Kidney Tills and H do not hesitate "to
recommend them. I was annoyed' by
a lame back and pains through my
kidneys that' made it hard for me to
stoop. L used two boxes of Doan's
Kidney Pills and they certainly did mo
a world of good. My kidneys were
strengthened and the pain and sore soreness
ness soreness in "my back was removed."
For, sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Muffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
States..
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
V. .Use for Coal Dust.
, Coal dusU found In, every bin,; is
usually wasted. : Have U brought In a
scuttle and add sufficient water to
make it moist Bank It upon the nre
and you will nave no fault to find
with the result for hours.

IMaialy .Hhowrtl Ilia IVitfr Otrr the
. Convention In Ilia Iteaolutlon
Aicalaat PIntoeraey

Baltimore, June 28.--William J. Bry Bryan
an Bryan last niisht led the democratic con convention
vention convention into a declaration of progres progres-siveness
siveness progres-siveness unheard of in political his history.
tory. history. resolution introduced by him.
and which was passed by a two-thirds
majority, declared the convention op opposed
posed opposed to the nomination of any candi candidate
date candidate for president under obligation to
J. P. Morgan. Thoma? F. Ityan. August
Belmont or any "privilege-seeking
olas,s." 1
After disposing of the Bryan resolu resolution
tion resolution the convention proceeded with
nominating speeches for a candidate
for president. '
When Alabama, the first state on the
roll was called, the chairman of the
delegation announced that William B.
Bankhead, son of Senator Bankhead.
would speak. He placed in nomination
Oscar W. -. I'nderwood. "Democracy's
real leader and best asset, invulnera invulnerable
ble invulnerable In his record of long public ser service,
vice, service, imperturbable in action and im impregnable
pregnable impregnable in honor, and blameless in
his private life." was the way in which
Mr. Bankhead described Underwood.
When he concluded the Alabama dele delegates
gates delegates leaped with cheers to their
seat?. They were joined by the Geor Georgians
gians Georgians and other Underwood delegates.
Underwood banners and Underwood
pictures were held far aloft. The band
played "Dixie." The Underwood en enthusiasm
thusiasm enthusiasm continued for 28 minutes.
The e"all of the states was then resum resumed.
ed. resumed. Arix.ona yielded to Missouri, and
James A. Reed of that state took the
platform to nominate Sppaker Champ
Clark. He was greeted with tremend tremendous
ous tremendous applause, and following his speech
the Clark men made a demonstration
that lasted over an hour.
Henry Wn.le Tioser of Connecticut
nominated Governor Baldwin of the
same state.
John Westcott of N'ew Jersey nomi nominated
nated nominated Governor Wilson and a tre tremendous
mendous tremendous demonstration followed.
.nderMn Itoe o Ihe Oeraa!on
J. B. Anderson of Gooruia seconded
the nomination of Underwood. While
Anderson lauded Underwood and the
South the black windows at each end
of the hall gradually grew gray with
the corning dawn.
"The day has at lat dawned on true
democracy." declared Anderson. and
the big crowd, watching the slowly
lighting windows, applauded vigor vigorously.
ously. vigorously. WILL REMOVTS
Hall's Texas Wonder Will remove kid kidney
ney kidney and bladder troubles, rheumatism,
gravel, diabetes, neuralgia, weak and
lame backs. One bottle seldom falls to
cure. Write for testimonials. Dr. E.
W. Hall, 2326 Olive street, St. Louis,
Mo. Sold by all. dealers.
Fresh Shrimp, Crabs
and
Fresh and Salt
Water Fish.
Best Merchant's
Lunch for
35 cents
in the city.
Any season's Delicacy
promptly served.
Heating's Cafe.
Chaa. IlodofF, Proprietor
M'lVER & MAC KAY
Funeral Directors
Undertakers and Embalmers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
D. E. MIVEIC AXD C. V. ROBEIITS
Fnnrral Dlrertorn.
I1 Work Doi.e by Ucensei U tri tribal
bal tribal me rs and Fully Guaraneel.
Phones: D. E. Molver, 104; C. V. Rob
erts,, 303; Undertaking Office. 47.
W. G. BLANGHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
PLAN'S FURNISHED
ON APPLICATION
P. O. HON 4fl OCALA. FLA
V. B. KELLER & CO.
(Formerly Smith & Roberts)
Funeral Directors and
Licensed Embalmers
Lady .Assistant nhen required
Calls Answered Promptly Night
or Day, to All Parts ol City
or Country
Parlors Located Between Ideal
Theater and Express Office
DAY PHONE, 345
NIGHT PHONE, 448
V. B. KELLER & CO.

Milledgevllle. Ga., June 29. "Old
Bill" Minor Is out again The 60-year-old
outlaw, who in February, 1911,
held up a South earn Railway train
near White Sulphur Springs. ,Ga who
was captured, escaped nd retaken to
serve out his fifteen-year sentence,
filed his shackles, last night, and. with
a companion, W. J, Wldencamp, de departed
parted departed from the state prison. farm. It
Is thought he had outside help. Guards
who discovered bis escape, are in pur pursuit,
suit, pursuit, but the trail of the old fox Is dim.
It is thought he and hi companion
have taken different directions. "Old
Bill's"' last ; escape ; proved a failure,
beeaiise he. remained with an Injured
pal. and both were recaptured. Minor,
whose real name is thought to be An Anderson,
derson, Anderson, is wanted in Washington
state and British Columbia for train
robbery. . t

DEAFNESS CAXXOT HE CURED
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deaf deafness,
ness, deafness, and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness Is caused "by an
inflamed condition of the mucous lin lining
ing lining of the eustachian tube. When this
tube Is inflamed you have a rumbling
sound or imperfect hearing, and when
it Is entirely closed, deafness is the re result,
sult, result, and unless the inflammation can
be taken out and this tube restored to
its" normal condition, hearing will be
destroyed forever; nine cases out of
ten are caused by catarrh, which Is
nothing but in Inflamed condition of
the mucous surfaces.
We will give one hundred dollars for
any case of deafness (caused by ca catarrh)
tarrh) catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's
Catarrh Cure.. Send for circulars free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. O. Sola by
druggists. 75c. Take- Hall's Family
Pills for constipation.
Use of Powdars In History.
The primary use of powders was
for the adornment of the hair, dyes,
and powders of blue. Ted and green
belrg affected by the Saxons In place
of the gold dust with which Jews and
Komaus were wont to sprinkle tnelr
locks Laler wbeaten flour and rice
powder we"e adopted, toth for hair
and lace, and these were not intro introduced
duced introduced into England until- later Pian Pian-tagenet
tagenet Pian-tagenet days, when a very decided
change In dress made itself apparent
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.
Marrying Among the Pilgrims.
The Pilgrims of Plymouth Rock
fame did not believe In Hvirg single
long after the death of a wife or hus husband."
band." husband." says Iter. Mr. Doran. a New
England pastor. "The mother of
Peregrine White, the first while child
born In America, was married to Gov.
Winslow when she was only 12 weeks
a widow and he eight weeks a wld
ower."
MAKES THE NATION QASP
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 quick healer of bolls, ul ulcers,
cers, ulcers, eczema, sore lips or piles. 25c. at
Tydings & Company.
Where the Broom Grows.
The United States for the most part
manufactures the high-grade brooms
of the world. The best are for domes domestic
tic domestic use. though some are exported,
notably the inferior grades. Euro Europeans
peans Europeans generally cling to the old-style
broom of twigs and do not look with
favor upon the modern American
broom Illinois furnishes the finest
brooms.
MOVE ON NOW
says a policeman to a street crowd, and
whacks heads If it doesn't. "Move on
now," say the biff, 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.
Triumph of Right.
One thought breathed into a man
may regenerate him. The Idea of
freedom in ancient and modern repub republics,
lics, republics, the idea of inspiration In various
religious sects, how have the? tri triumphed
umphed triumphed over worldly Interests! W E
Channing
Mrs. M. A. McLaughlin. 512 Jay St.,
LaCross. Wis., writes that she suffered
all kind? of pains in her back and hips
on account of kidney trouble and rheu rheumatism.
matism. rheumatism. "I .got some of Foley Kidney
IMlls and aTter- 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
Drugstore.
In the Same Order.
A silversmith has a place next
door to a restaurant The former
having put up a placard: "Jewelry of
all kinds plated. therestaurant keep keeper
er keeper followed with this: "Oysters and
little nck clnms p'ated Boston
Tranrrlt't
The woman of today who has good
health, good temper, good sense, bright
eyes and a lovely complexion, the re result
sult result of correct living and good diges digestion,
tion, digestion, wins the admiration of the world.
If your digestion Is faulty Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Stomach and LJver Tablets will
correct it- For sale by all dealers.

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Fla.. as second clan mall matter.

HAPPY SUNDAY AT
' : 7 DILI JITPS HOME
The following description of a typi typical
cal typical fiundar in a middle-class home, as
written ty Bill Nye 25 years ago. has
seldom been excelled for quiet numor:
I awake at an unearthly hour on
Sunday morning;, after which I turn
over and go to sleep again. This sec second,
ond, second, .or beauty sleep. I And to -be al almost
most almost Invaluable. I do It also with
much more earnestness and expression
. than that In the earlier -part of the
"v night. All the other people In the
' house gradually wake -up as I begin to
get in my more fancy strokes.
By eight o'elock everybody Is atlr atlr-rtngv
rtngv atlr-rtngv and so I get np and glide about fn
my pajama. which make me look al almost
most almost like the Clemenceau Case" In
- search of an engagement.
Mr. Rogers Is going to hare me sit

to him in my pajamas for a group of
statuary, lie also wishes to model an
iron hitching post from me.
On waking I at once take to my tub
and give myself a ; good, cold bath. -'
I then put In my teeth.
: After doing some little ; studies in
chiropody I throw a silk-velvet dress

Ing gown over my shoulders and look
, : at my bright and girlish beauty in a

full-length, mirror, comparing the
. dimpling curves, as I see them reflect
ed.i with those shown In the morning
. paper. : .'. V"
After reading a little from the chess
column of some good author, I descend
to the salon and greet my family smil
ingly in order to -open the day auspic
iously. .' We all then sing around the
parlor organ a little- paean, entitled.
"It's Funny When You Peel That
. Way.".. -:.. .v.:..-;
We now go to the breakfast room,
where the children" are taught to set
' aside the daintiest bits for papa, be

; cause be might die some time, and then

lOfOuld "be a life-long regrt-io-lhose
.i-rrine tender part of the steer .or

the second joint or the hen.
After breakfast, which consists of
.. chops, hashed brown potatoes, muffins
" and coffee, preceded by cantaloupe or
.' baked beans, we proceed to quarrel
over who shall go to church and who
' shall remain at home to keep the cat-
tie out, of the corn." t y '
' We then go to church, those who
can. at least, whilst the 'others remain
, and read something that is Improving.
. Sometimes I shave myself on Sunday
mornings. Then it takes ; me, quite a
while to get back Into a religious
frame of mind.. I .do not manage very
. well in shaving myself, and people who
go by, the house are often attracted by
. my yells. .-;. uy
y I go to church quite regularly., and
enjoy the sermon unless it is too firm
v or personal. If If goes Jnto doctrine
v too much I am apt to be quite fatigued
.at.. Us end on account of the mental
y Reservations It have made along thru
it: t v.,-':-,-
' I like to. go and" hear about God's
love, but I am rarely benefited by a
, discourse" which enlarges upon his
Jealousy. .; When I am told 'also that
i God spares no pains in getting even
with people. I not only do not enjoy
the information, but I would stt up till
a late hour at night to doubt it. -I
shake hands' with the pastor, and

after suggesting something for him to

preach about on tha following Sabbath,
I go home. ' ' . ".
" In the afternoon I go 'walking if no
one" calls. We have -dinner at 2
' o'clock on Sunday, consisting of jerked
beef smothered in milk gravy. This
I la the remove. For side dishes we
have squash or meat pie. We some sometimes
times sometimes open with soup and then have
clean plates all around, with fowl and

greens, tapering oft with some kind of

Tlch pie. '
After dinner I sometimes nap a lit little
tle little and then fool with the colt. This
Is done quietly, however, so as not to
break In upon the devotional spirit of
the day. . After this ; I go for a walk
or converse Intelligently, with any
foreign powers who may be visiting
our shores. v "--h.'. :."
When I walk I am generally accom accom-panaled
panaled accom-panaled by a restless Queen Anne dog,
which precedes me about a .mile. lie
sometimes succeeds In getting himself
. disliked by some other dog,-and then I
' can observe the fight when I catch up
, with him. "-V''-.-'
As the, twilight gathers all seem
' ready again for more food and We be begin
gin begin to clamor for pabulum, keeping It
" up until either square or round crack crackers
ers crackers and smearcase are produced. These
are washed '-down with foaming beak beakers
ers beakers of sarsaparilla. ,-;
, As the evening lamp is now lighted,
' I produce some -good book or-pam-phlet
like "The Greatest Thing in the
1 World." and read from It, occasional occasionally
ly occasionally cuffing a. child in order to keep ev everything
erything everything calm and reposeful. At 9
o'clock the cat is expelled and the
eight-day clock is wound up for the
week. Gazing up at the bright cold
stars, after kicking forth the cat. I
realize that another Sabbath has been
filed away In. the great brawny bosom
of the past, and with a little remorse remorseful
ful remorseful eight and an incipient sob when I
think thatl am not making a better
record. I drive a fence nail in over the
- door latch and .seek my library,
which, on being properly approached,
opens and becomes a beautiful couch.

A Chinaman and a negress were
married In Tampa the other day. But
they do strange things sometimes In
that town. St. Augustine : Records ;
Marriages between Chinamen and
negresses are common all over the
th. One of the first" things a Chlna-
"oes when he settles down to run
ydry In a southern city Is to pro pro-'
' pro-' 4 a colored helpmate, who he some some-,nes
,nes some-,nes marries and : sometimes doesn't.
FJut when the Chinese has made enough
"money, to, enable him to live the re remainder
mainder remainder of his .life at ease In his own
country, he rejurna to It. always leav leaving
ing leaving the' woman, and generally several
children, to shift tor themselves.
The Tampa Times having shown up
the Hillsborough county poorhouse,
the board of commissioners took a
petty revenge by dismissing the coun county
ty county physician, who furnished Informa Information
tion Information to the paper. The matter has
caused much Indignation in Tampa.
Poorhouses particularly need watch watching.
ing. watching. In no other public Institution Is
It so easy to impose on the helpless.
The Punts Gorda Herald tells a
story about a seventeen-year-old boy
of that town who has broken two por porpoises
poises porpoises to harness. Every fisherman
In the state should read the Herald.
Its editor is the most talented fish liar
In Florida. -, 1
Between Tddyp-d the democr?
7
1
the federal oi wv

the devil and t..

TMrfeeath IlalUt Blade nreakit li

,te Ilaaka ef tke Three Leader
at Baltl
IT LOOKS LIKE WILSOX OR I'XDKR-
WOOD-OR DRVAN
(Special to the Star) v
Baltimore, June 29, 2:30 p. m. The
convention reassembled at I o'clock
this afternoon. t
The thirteenth ballot, taken by two
o'clock gave the following results:
, Clark, 654.
Wilson. 35. :
Underwood. 115.
. Harmon, 29.
; Marshall, 30.
Foss, 2.-.-
Bryan, "I.
There are no signs of compromise
and the convention may go over into
next week.
-COOPERATING .WITH
. THE WOMAN'S CLUB"
Let everybody read and appreciate
the "article under the above head on
the-first page. "- ;'''.'
An addition to the report, giving the
percentages of complaints among the
children in the public schools will be
printed Monday.
:
itfN APPEAL FOR AID.
The case of Mrs. Sweat and her four
small children is again before the cit
izens 'of Ocala. Mrs. Sweat Is sick
Her physicians say she will not be able
to do even the lightest work for some
weeks to come, and the family Is abso
futely destitute.
j, The King's Daughters visited them
yesterday and supplied their imme
diate necessities, but there will be
needed funds for the coming week to
buy.fpod a.nd-medleine. .Wlll those
who reaa tnis aiavne; 'iing s uaugn uaugn-ters
ters uaugn-ters by sending groceries or money
to Mrs. Jake Brqwn, treasurer, or Mrs
C. I Bittinger, president? The hospi
tal authorities are willing to take her
there but there is no one to keep the
children and she can be treated at her
home. Mrs. Sweat Is now living near
the Fausett store on the Martel road
The house, rent is being paid by the
county commissioners.
BEXSETT-CAMP
Miss Leta Camp of this city and Mr
Ira Fuller Bennett of Ch icago were
very quietly married In Jacksonville
Thursday morning. June 27th. Miss
Camp left Ocala early that morning
with her sister, Mrs. G. F. Armstrong,
for Savannah, expecting to be with her
during the summer. Her fiance ac
companied them on the "trip, and in
Jacksonville they were married. They
accompanied Mrs. Armstrong j to Sa
vannah, remaining with her until Fri
day, when they, left for Chicago,
where they will, reside.
i The friends here of Miss Camp, now
Mrs. Bennett, : knew of her engage
ment, although no formal announce
ment of it had yet been made, and the
wedding was expected to take place at
home next winter, but owing to the re
cent death of the bride's mother her
plans were changed, and the young
couple decided to have the ceremoney
simply and quietly performed at once.
Mrs. Bennett Is the youngest daugh
ter' of the late Col. and Mrs. : William
Nelson Camp, prominent residents of
this city, who have both passed away
during the present year. She Is an ex
tremely pretty and charming young
girl, and has had a very happy and
popular young ladyhood. She has
traveled abroad extensively, and is
bright, charming and accomplished,
with the happy faculty of making
friends wherever she goes. Her friends
here learned with great Interest of her
.marriage, and wish her nothing but
happiness.
Mr. Bennett Is a member of a prom prominent
inent prominent Chicago family and Is a splendid
young man. He was graduated from
Princeton in 1911. He has visited in
Ocala several times, and is in every
way worthy of the sweet young girl -he
has won as his wife.
Mr. Bennett is In business with his
father in Chicago. Banner.
'- STATE PRESS ASSOCIATION
AThe recent meeting of the Florida
Press Association, at Palatka seems to
have been pleasant and profitable. The
galley slaves' were treated with great
kindness by the people of the Gem
City, and discussed many, matters of
Interest to the profession. The next
meeting will be held in Tampa. Dur During
ing During the Palatka meeting, the names of
Messrs. P. V. Leaven good of the Ocala
Banner and J. II. Benjamin of the Star
were added to the list of members.
The following were elected officers to
serve during the ensuing year:
President, Frank L.K Mayes, Journal,
Pensacola; vice president, H. R. Rus
sell. News, Palatka; secretary. T. J.
Appleyard, state printer, Tallahassee;
treasurer, J. W. White, Fraternal Re Record,
cord, Record, Jacksonville; delegate to the Na National
tional National Editorial Association, J. J.
Humphries, Journal, Bradentown.
When any wise woman, according to
Jerome, has an ax to grind, she can
always find some fool man to turn
the grindstone. Memphis Commercial Commercial-Appeal.
Appeal. Commercial-Appeal. Somebody ought to send Col. Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt a copy of the Florida prohibition
platform. Times-Union.
A vessel drawing thirty-three feet of
water will leave Pensacola's harbor
this week. 'Nough said. Pensacola
Journal.
Over near Kisslmmee some bachelors
living alone have put over their door a
sign bearing the letters W. C. T. U.,
whtch translated into bachelor lingo
means "Women Can't Trouble Us."-
Pensacola Journal.
The residence streets of Lakeland
are to be paved with asphalt and the
business streets with vitrified brick.
There is not a town In the state mak making
ing making better progress than Lucky Lake Lakeland.
land. Lakeland. Miami Metropolis.
Prof. Thomas W. Hughes, a dis
tinguished educator from the Univer University
sity University of Illinois, will succeed Dean A. J.
Farrah as an instructor In the Uni
versity .of Florida.
A dispatch from Nome. Alaska, says
that the "United States transport Sheri
dan with four companies of troops for
ou itiiviiari Knu run iavis 13 iiupris-
oned 'la the Ice which is drifting to-
wara-vT-, arctic ocean. In five days
htT bas moved one hundred
t c-t v viiu w tail IOU
Bv Straits Into the Arctic

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Governor tiJoodrotv XOilson .
HIS SERRIED PHALANX STANDS UN SHATTERED AROUND HIM i

AT THE CIIURCnES TOMORROW
. Presbyterian
(Pas tor, .Rev. W. II. Dodge, D
D.)
9:45 a. m. Sunday School.
,11 a. m. Sermon.
3 p. m. Junior Missionary Society.
8 p! m. Sermon.
- A cordial Invitation extended to the
public to attend the services in this
church.
1
. Methodist ;- ,
Sunday School 9:30 a. m.
Preaching 11 a. m. by the1 pastor.
Subject, "Divine and Human Coopera Cooperation."
tion." Cooperation."
7:15 p. m. Senior League.
, 8 p. m. Preaching. Subject, "Want "Wanted,
ed, "Wanted, Skilled Workman-; Good Wages and
Promotion to Right Parties." 1
Public cordially Invited. Good music.
Grace Episcopal
Holy Eucharist 7:30 a. m. Sunday
school 9:45 a. m. Holy Eucharist with
sermon 10:45 a. m. Evensong and ser sermon
mon sermon 8 p. m.
Holy Eucharist dally 7 a. m. Even Evensong
song Evensong Wednesday and Friday 7:30 p. m.,
all other' days 5:30 p. m.
Monday Guild of St. ... Margaret- at
Mrs. Gamsby's, Altar Guild at Mrs.
Schreiberfs.
Tuesday W. A. S. at Mrs. Itaisley's.
The rector has returned and will be
celebrant and preacher on Sunday.
, ri Christian
(W. IL Coleman, Minister.)
a. m. Sunday School.
10
.11 a. m. Sermon.
Morning subject, "Pharoah's Daugh Daughter;
ter; Daughter; Study of Egyptian Life."
3:15 p. m. Junior C. E.
8 p. m. Sermon.
Evening subject, "Swallowing a
Camel." Text, Mat. 23:24.
Everybody welcome.
; Junior C. E. Program
Topic, "The Danger of Strong
Drink." Text Isaiah 28:7. Elizabeth
Weatherbee, leader. v
Song.
.Prayer.
Bible lesson" read by leader.
Lesson story Floyd Coleman.
Chalk talk Jesse Cowdriek.
Sentence prayers.
Mission study Elizabeth Cowdriek.
Roll call. In response tell some bad
effect of intemperance.
Collection of dues.
Mizpah.
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Drug Store. 25c. the package.
The uniform success that has attend attended
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Are you Interested In paper bag
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5 I

ANOTHER GUILTY
COUPLE
OVERTAKEN
Jacksonville, June
Westberry was shot
29. Wesley I
and killed by
J Hardy Raulerson in
South Jackson
ville late last night.
Raulerson, who
is a railroad man, returned home un
expectedly and found his wife out.
Arming himself he found her In com
pany with Westberry and fired 'two
shots Into the latter's "body? Westberry
(lied In an automobile in which he was
being" rushed to a hospital In Jackson
ville. Raulerson, who surrendered x to
a deputy 'sheriff, plead the "unwriften
law" as a justification. The coroner's
jury freed Raulerson.
Friday morning, James Wilson, of
Citra, who, with his wife, were visit visiting
ing visiting the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Johns, near Lecanto, came to town in
C. Y, Barnes' wagon, driven by a negro
boy. They started for Floral City, but
discovering they were on the wrong
road, turned around when just across
the railroad, and the mules took fright
and ran j away. Mr. Wilson jumped
from the wagon in spite of the pro protests
tests protests of the driver, and alighting on
his head on. the hard road received in injuries
juries injuries that rendered him -unconscious.
The boy stopped the team ; when It
reached the public well and returned,
picking up the form of the' Injured
man and conveyed him to Drl Dame's
office, where his wounds were' dressed.
The extent of his injuries could not be
determined at the time he was taken
to Lecanto by Edgar Davis in the lat latter's
ter's latter's auto, yet it is thought they jrlll
not prove fatal. Inverness Chronicle.
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.
WHAT SAVED
HER LIFE
Mrs. Martin Tells About a Painful
Experience that Might Uave
Ended Seriously:
Rlresrille, W. Va, Mrs. Dora Martin,
In a letter from RlvesvUle, writes:
Tor three years, I suffered wlt wo
rn anly troubles, and had pains In my
hack and side. I was nervous and
could not sleep at night.
The doctor could not help me. Ha
said I would have to be operated on be before
fore before I could get better. I thought 7
would try using CarduL
Now, I am entirely well.
I am sure Cardul saved my life. 1
will never be without Cardul in my
home. I recommend It to my friends."
For fifty years, Cardul has been re relieving
lieving relieving pain and distress caused by wo womanly
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trouble relieves the symptoms, and
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Said hj Ike Aatl-Mamayadr.

CaaTeatla Aajanreeil at Daylight tm

' Meet Ao-ala at 1 s Clark
- Waa la Ike Lea "S"
- (Special to the Star)
Baltimore, July 29, 11 a, m. After a
strenuous session that lasted all night.
without a choice.' the delegates to the
National Democratic Convention went
to their hotels at daylight to obtain
some needed sleep.
Clark was In the lead with Wilson a
close second and Harmon third. Un Underwood's
derwood's Underwood's little band Is- standing by
him. ( ' ; 1
The convention will meet again at 1
o'clock, but. 'unless one of, the leaders
drops, out' the balloting may last all
night.
- ;: Utah Tide for Clark
Twelve ballots were taken last
night.' Champ Clark made a sensa sensational
tional sensational gain when the solid block of
ninety New York votes went for him
in the tenth ballot. He. reached the
high mark of 55, a clear majority,
but 170 votes short of the necessary
two-thirds to nominate.' On the elev eleventh
enth eleventh and twelfth ballots Clark fell
away to 554 and 549, not voting one.
.UllMi May Be Wlaaer
Governor Woodrow Wilson held his
forces steadily together and during the
night's ; voting there were but slight
fluctuations In his totals. Votes lost
In some 'delegations were made up In
others. Mr. Wilson's last total was
354. -;v ''
'V; Harmoa'a Raaka Tftia 1
Governor Harmon on the last ballot
dropped to 29 votes cast by members
of the Ohio delegation. New York's
desertion brought the Ohio executive
rapidly down. ; '
. The long night and 4 early morning
session was marked by several noisy
demonstrations. The first came from
the Clark adherents when New York
shifted to the speaker.' Then came the
counter demonstration from the Wil Wilson
son Wilson people when ten Wilson delegates
from Oklahoma declared they would
not "be dragged Into Tammany HalL
The New York vote, cast by Mr.
Murphy, was nearly always greeted by
mingled hisses and cheers. i
The Clark strength seemed to have
been fully tested and he' was 'still
far short. Governor Wilson did not
make the gains that his managers ex
pected. .
There was a report at adjournment
time that the New York delegation
had agreed to vote for Clark only on
three ballots, giving the speaker i
full opportunity to display his, great
est strength. It was said that New
York next would go to Underwood. If
Wilson continues to hold his votes.
New York may eventually go to him.
If theyl havelenough "rock "rlbbed'J
vote to prevent the nomination, of any
other man, Wilson may -yet.be '-able to
control the nomination. ..I
' Uaderweod Holda ', nia 'Wa
In the thirteenth ballot, Un.derwood
had 132 votes.
FLYXN-JOHXSOX PIGITT
OX THIS FOURTI1
East Las Vegas. N. June 29. "If
I don't win this fight I want to die be before
fore before they carry me out of the arena.
This was the fervent statement made
last week by Jim Flynn, and Jim
meant every word of it.
lie had just come out of the gym gymnasium
nasium gymnasium after one of the best workouts
of his month's stay here.
"What I want is to make; Curley
have a gun trained on me during the
fight and if I am not returned as the
winner I want. him to touch it off
right at, my- head." Jim continued.
Johnson Is accepting the situation
and all ,bf its strange and picturesque
details with a great deal of compla complacency.
cency. complacency. Indeed, this-feeling borders to
the casual onlooker upon actual care carelessness
lessness carelessness and Indifference. The cham champion
pion champion himself loafs along through his
Idle hours and some of the sharps now
here are complaining that he is not
displaying the snap and ginger, that
he should three weeks In advance of
such an Important fight.
But when one digs down under the
crust of the big black .man one finds
that the right spirit is there. John Johnson
son Johnson is not full of fuss or flurry, differ
ing vastly from the hurrah methods of
the challenger. Jack plods along thru
this work, laughing and kidding with
his helpers and the few spectators that
he knows, in those quaint cosmopoli cosmopolitan
tan cosmopolitan crowds that watch his daily offer offerings'
ings' offerings' In the way of work. But ha gets
a whole lot out of, what he does. He
never makes his work look like work.'
To the ordinary onlooker he seems to
be .merely putting In the time. But
when -one digs deep one sees that
Johnson is training as hard for this
contest as he ever did for any, and Is
slowly and surely' getting results.
RECEXT SLAXDER OX t
THE BLUE GRASS REGIOX
"Waltah," said Colonel Clay, as he
glanced around the dining room of the
big hotel, "you alU kin bring me a
Kentucky breakfast.
"And what is that, sir? replied the
waiter.
"Bring me a big steak, a bulldog and
a quart of Bourbon whisky.
"But why do you order a bulldog."
asked the waiter.
"To eat the steak, suh. replied the
colonel. Cincinnati Enquirer.
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pectoration expectoration easy by giving Chamber Chamberlain's
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The first town In Florida to erect a
church In one day is Lakeland, the
Methodists having erected a church
in Dixieland suburb Wednesday last.
The first nail was driven at a. m. by
Bishop 'Morrison of Leesburg. Despite
heavy rains all day, fifty workmen
completed the. building and Bishop
Morrison held services In' It Wednes
day night.
IX TIIE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Fifth Jadlelal Clrralt of Flarlda la
aad far Mirlra Caaaty.Ia Caaa-
eevy. ,
Edna -Grant. Complainant, vs. John
Grant. Defendant Order for Con Constructive
structive Constructive Service.
It Is ordered that the defendant
herein named, to-wit: J&hn Grant, be
and he Is hereby required to appear to
the bill of complaint filed In this cause
on or before Monday, the 2nd day of
September, 1912. J
ft la further ordered that a copy of
this order be published once a week
for eirht consecutive weeks in the
Ocala Evening Star, a newspaper pub
lished In said county ana tate
This 29th day of Jan. 1S12. t
S. T. Sistruuk,
Clerk Circuit Court Mar ion, Co. Fla.
C I Sistrunk.

Complainant s Solicitor.

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Articles Carried In our Great Fcrc! toe. Hard ware,
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In and loo!r tht stock over, yc wlllfhid many
things yoti tTant. V :
For the Office V
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- Roll and Flat Top Desks,' Typewriter Desks, StMiographer
Desks, Office Chairs, Stools. Sofas, Etc u ;
For the Dining Room
Handsome Round or Square Extension Tables, 'Dining Chairs,
' Rugs, Sideboards and Chiffoniers, Iloaffrts, China Closets, China
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Parlor Furniture
' nandsome Mahogany, Oak, Willow or Mission Chairs, Straight
. Backed or Rockers, Tables, Sofas, Lamps, Itcs and Carpets, l'le-
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Deantifnl Dressers and Wash Stands in Golden Oak, Bird wye
. Maple or Mahogany, v Beantlfnl Iron and Brass Bes In over Fifty
Different Varieties and Prices. Rags and Mattings, Chiffoniers ad
Wardrobes, Toilet Sets, Blankets, Comforts and Linens.
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Handsome Refrigerators and Ice Chests In Several Different
Makes and Styles and any Size or Price Desired. Stores and Ranges
n Either Wood or Oil Burners. Kitchen Cabinets zl Tables.
Hardware DepartmeM
Anytlilng' Desired In Silverware for the Tat!e, CiKJrry and
Sissors in oar Hardware Department; Shotguns, Rifles andAnunn andAnunn-nition;
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" Hot and Cold Running Water stid
Telephone in Cach Iloom. Fre Baths.
' cootnsT noot:s, kst nr.na
tinan satrrrLK itoos;
Tsks Street Car at t?nlon Btstlon t1
Get off at Ilosraa Ctret,

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OCALA Vi:Aift6 STAR. SATURDAY, jCttEE 2, J01S

CARH ICHAEL-M17LHALA.
sTUCKEirs Bout with sitcck:

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OF OCAIA
First! Its shareholders are all home people, business

men and farmers. Their Interests and
remain right here In the community

county. ',.
,, OUR CERTIFICATES DCAIl FOUR PER CENT INTEREST
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sereailfc Ita business Is governed with' conservatism. Speculation-plays no

part In Its conduct. It fosters and encourages home enterprises, an or wnicn

make for
iounnes.ajid satisfactory
f
WIcn You Can't Find
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This remark Is made id oar store most every day by
'E6PLE ivno KNOW. Soae new goods just in:
Chee; Roquefort, Corgonzola, Camambert, Chester, Brie, Parme Parmesan.
san. Parmesan. imtTurger, Peck's Club Chedder; Swiss Cheese, Club Cheese
In m-Ium and large jars. Pimento, Welsh Rabbit, Sap Sago,
Edam; Shipment Philadelphia Cream Cheese every, ten days.
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Livertausage with Truffles. Puree deFois Gras for Sandwiches.
Pate i Fois Graa with Truffles. Sardines in Glass. Truffles.
Anchy and Bloater Paste. Game Paste in Tubes. Puree of Game
In Ti. Caviar.: Sardellen. Ring Anchovies. Capers. Dundee
; Jamend Marmalade. Brands Al Sause.- Onion Salt.
GRE4X FULL GROWN ItIPE 11LACK OLIVES, preserved In
Pur4 lve Oil and Wine Vinegar, .,- Black Olives are more nutri nutritious
tious nutritious d delicious than ordinary ,'green olives, because they are
full Fwn, ripe and have gathered the ."beneficial elements and
propees of their entire growth. -25c. a bottle. Order today.

ABSOTELY rURE FILTKUKIJ
for uand cheaper than lemons,

KXOIS ROUILLOX CUBES. Perfection for Picnics, Fishing
Trips d Home Use, Place the cube in a breakfast cup and add
boillttvater. Stir and you have a cup of excellent, invigorating
beef 1 3c. a cube. j
KXOS SOUP IX TUBES. Sufficient for five plates. Nothing
but wt required or preparation-. Ready in a few minutes. 10c.
a lab) .-.! '. .. 1 .

WASHINGTON'S PREPARED COFFEE. Made in the

cup. fffjwpjwMKUcoTee Is ready. Perfection for
Plcni(FIshing Trips and Home Use. 25 cups to the tin, 40c.
SUMM IIUIXKS: Iemon Juice, Apple Juice, Carlmnateil Ap Apple
ple Apple Ji, Pineapple Juice, Grape Juice, Boiled Cider, Fruit
Syrup ; '

oEL frapp

PIIONESIG and l74

Ma,
Aj All Fountains.

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.Jr is made from the juice of Hondas choicest
rapefruit with pure $yrufto sweeten, No chemicals--,
1 S oring mailer, just the purr fruit juice with all itfi

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Jtual goodness.
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todrcycle Service

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ilNOUNCEMENT

acltsonville. Florida

l PLAN

vhout Bath,

h Bath

men professional
The bank's profits
of our (own and

yours are mutual,
for. the upbuilding
bank service.
It Anywhere Else.
JUICE OF LEMONS;
in bottles, 10c. and 25c.
Ready
.V.v..Vnv- HIM.

woceipy

FHornla

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Makes You Forget
the Summer's Heat
COOLING REFRESHING REFRESHING-HEALTHFUL"
HEALTHFUL" REFRESHING-HEALTHFUL" i

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FAGGED
.THE GRA-FRU COMPANT
Adn.U.$.A.
For

Phone 438
gt BAVIIES-
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, and Continuing Until November 1st

S(0ir i(0)M

BE OPERATED ON THE

(Exclusively

Cafe in the State in Connection
t CZITfUMFTi' RATES r -'

$1.00 per Day and Up.

, $2.00 per uay, ana up

O..G. Cheatham -of Jacksonville Is at
the ColoniiL
Dr. A. L. Illalork, pfcylrlaa, fflre
phae X. 132.
Mr. and Mrs. B. C Johnson of Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville are at the Colonial.
The Ocala News Company h-aa school
books In stock.
Mr. Charles Mathews Is attending to
business affairs In Dunnellon today.
FOR RE XT Offices In Holder build build-tag.
tag. build-tag. Apply to Davis & Martin.
The boy scouts will meet at the Air
Dome Tuesday afternoon at 5 o'clock.
Pleasant furnished rooms for light light-housekeeping.
housekeeping. light-housekeeping. 6 Oklawaha avenue. 5 IS
Mr. and Mrs. Buford Leltner
Orlner Farm, were In town today.
of
Cuticle and Manicure scissors, the
best that's made, at the Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. Mr. L. J. Goddard has returned from
a visit to his old home in North Caro Carolina.
lina. Carolina. Is it-stationery you want? Then go
to the Court Pharmacy, for they have
(t.
You can save money, by purchasing
second-hand and rebound books at the
Ocala News Co.
Mr. J. It. Tarlowskl of Inverness,
after a day or so In the city, return returned
ed returned home this .morning.
'Wanted, a girl, fifteen to eighteen
years old, to learn the drygoods busi business.
ness. business. Apply to M. Fishel & Son.
Sheriff George R. Carter of Citrus
county, was at the Ocala House to today.
day. today.
FOR SALE One team f. horses and
wagon. Apply to the Woodmar Sand
& Stone Company.
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I ML III 11 I'l IIIIH I II V I M I V I

fnr MflrtinavlllA. Tnf.. ivhoro shA wlllI'1- rBUla 1B Cliy.

spend some time.
WANTED A position
grapher and typewriter.
4 South 4th street
as steno steno-Address
Address steno-Address No.
An unusually large crowd
went to
the Lake Weir today tb spend Sunday
there.
Aim STada TTa Tr fa tti t I
we have to offer at 50c. the box. The
Post Office Drug Stores.
Rexall Cold Tablets do the work.
25c. the package at the Post Office
Drug Store.
The Star regrets to hear that Lind
ner McConn, who was slowly recover
ing from an operation for appendicitis,
has been stricken wlth-.malarial fever.
Keep a smile on your facl during
this wet weather by using Dike's!
Peroxide Cream at the Court Pharm
acy.
Messrs. D. E. Mclver, George Mac Mac-Kay
Kay Mac-Kay and son, and Mr. Hugo Mcintosh
were among the passengers to Lake
Weir this afternoo.
WANTKTV A Serond.hard i-ar. Must
be In first class condition. ;Four or
five .passenger. Address, J. D. Carter,
BelleviewFla. -25-6t :
Mrs, Julia Ilalsley and sister left
today for Lewes, Del.? Mrs. Haisley's
former home, where they will spend
the remainder of the summer.-
Plain and fancy sewing done with
fiatfioaa anil allnf .iptlnn X nnlv tn
. --
Mrs. W. S. Miller, 52 South Watula.
Phone 445.
Sheriff Galloway went out to Fort
McCoy yesterday, to further Investi
gate the Proctor murder, and Deputy
Brlgance joined him this morning. If
there is any clue whatever, ttaese vig
ilant officers will find It.
FOR SALE A return ticket to
Washington, D. C, time limit July 13.
Price. Circumstances prevent
using same. Apply at Star office.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cullen left
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after Mr. Connell, superintendent of
Mr. Cullen's mines, who is in that city
quite sick.
Can furnish from one setting, to one
thousand pure bred -Rhode Island Red
eggs for hatching at 10 per hundred.
Ed Carmichael. Ocala.
Wednesday afternoon from 3 to t
o'clock Miss Frances Vdelaide Dodge
entertained at her new home, 1932
Market street, in honor of her pretty
little godchild. Virginia O'Farrell. the
occasion being the ninth anniversary
of .Virginia's birthday. Times-Union.
STRAYED From my place three
mila norfhpast of Oxford, on brown
mare. Any one giving Information will
iAnrr a favnr on m Addma. Jonn
Mitchelbe Oxford. Fla.

Tn.io- T.it i disfontfntfd nvr hli. 2 Size Tomatoes, per can 12

cron of June weddings, which has beenBst Creamery Butter, per pound

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rather scanty this year. Only 43. In I4
or wnicn tne oriaes were or raarsn-
mellow complexion, and in all the
others chocolate drops.
You get prompt and accurate pre
scription service at the Court Phar
macy. Instruct your physician to
leave your next one with them.
Mr. ILS. Chambers has just received
five fine bicycles, four Daytons and
one Reading Standard. They are
beauties and will run as well as they
look.
A new supply of hair brushes just In
at the Court Pharmacy. We -" invite
your Inspection before you buy.
Mr. C. P. Moore. formerly of this
city, now of St. Petersburg, passed
thru the city on No. .10 this morning,
on his way for a business visit to
Jacksonville.
The A. C. I trains are uncomforta
bly!, crowded every day, and the rail'
road owes It to the public to put those
extra coaches back on Nos. 39 and 40.
"There ls.one medicine that every
family should be provided with and es
peelally during the summer months,
via: Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. It; Is almost cer
tain to be needed. It costs but a quar

Mr. Weller Carmichael and Miss Mil Mildred
dred Mildred Mulhall were married this morn morning
ing morning at the Catholic church, in Savan Savannah.
nah. Savannah. They will return to Ocala Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday ,at noon and jwlll spend several
days, with Mr. and Mrs. G Carmichael,
after- -which they will begin house housekeeping
keeping housekeeping in the bouse that has been oc occupied
cupied occupied by. Mr. ; Dekle, which Mrs. Car
michael is having furnished and ar arranged
ranged arranged with every modern convenience
for them. Mr. Carmichael Is nineteen
years old and his bride Is seventeen.
Everybody In Ocala knows and. likes
Weller Carmichael, a big-hearted, live lively
ly lively boy. who has In full the family
trait of devotion to. his friends and
generosity to alL The bride Is an un unusually
usually unusually lovely girl, the daughter of
Colonel Zack Mulhall' of the TTIld West
Show, and an accomplished young
lady. The young people became ac acquainted
quainted acquainted soon after the visit of the
show here last November, and 4helr
courtship has been going on ever
since. The city and county is full of
their friends, who hope their lives will
be long and happy.

IDEAL PROGRAM
FOR TniS E VEX IXC
" "She Never Knew." Vitagraph.
"A Pie Worth While. Lubln. :
"Sons or the North Woods." Sell g.
A story of the Canadian frontier.
AXOTIIRR HAPPY' CROWD ;
OFF TO LAKE WEIR
Under the care of Mr. and Mrs. M. J.
Roess, the following young folks will
go to the lake thla afternoon, for a
houseparty that will last nearly all
net week; Misses Clifford Pyles. Rose Rosebud
bud Rosebud Robinson and Marguerite Jackson
of this city. Misses Ruth. Nelson and
Frances Bond : and Mr. DeLeon Lowry
of Tampa and Messrs. Wiley Burford,
Pat Anderson, Leslie Anderson, Olaf
Zewadskl' and Robert Connor of Ocalal
The party will occupy one of Mr Con Connor's
nor's Connor's cottages and expect to have the
good old summer time of their lives.
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FOR RENT- The Bell residence, 198

East Adams street;, two-story, sevenDOat leaves the 'springs the morning
rooms and bath. Apply to Joseph Bell, of the third, and returns the evening

city.
When In Jacksonville stop with Mrs. I
E. I Maloney, at theGIrard. No. 11
East Duval street. Just off Main. Ttmat I
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7T
Rev. T. J. Nixon, speaking, of the
cviiiereiice mr me ucaia aisinct oi tne I
' M . . . ... 1
Aietnoaist cnurch, recently held In
T1 t 1 a.
irooKsvuie, says u was a pleasant
inn proniaoie occasion. mere was
""l:"1BS u tne comer-

ence was weir entertained by the goodcan 8ecure name and address by apply-

people of Brooksville. Revs. J. D.
Freeman, D. R. Zetrouer, J. B. Tyner
' were eiecieu aeie-
gatea th.e 8tate cnfrence. which
meets in Tampa in December. Three
young men were ordained as ministers.
F1 nex strict conference will be
'cm ai ma. 1 111a.. jbir. i ixon leu tnts
mor"i"g tor a visit to St. Catherine.
We take pride In our prescription
department and it Is our earnest desire
to give you Just what your doctor
wants you to have. In the purest and
iresnest arugs oDtamaoie. Send or
phone the Court Pharmacy.
Sheriff Galloway returned from Fort
McCoy this afternoon. He reports
nothing new In the Proctor case.
Mr. George Chambers, son of Fire
Chief II. S. Chambers, has gone west,
on the advise of his physician, where
tie will remain indefinitely. Mr. Cham
bers has been in bad health for a year
Pr more- 11 was thought he was
improving dui auring tne past week
or so his trouble has become worse and
the change was necessary.
Mrs. E. Van Hood and daughter, Miss
Marguerite Porter, and Miss Irma
Drigance leave tomorrow afternoon for
Lake City, to attend the B. Y. P. U.
encampment.
The Court Pharmacy Is on the Job.
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l. "" wn uy ieie-
phone and
then your trouble ends.
Phone 284
FOR RENT A four room house, fur
nished; for rent all summer and prob
ably all next winter. Rent cheap to
right party. Apply 44 North Sanchez
street 6-21-fit
Mr. David S. Woodrow will leave
Monday night for Montreal, Canada.
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lauu aiiu ucuiiaiiu, n uci C tic W I a
the next three months.
halL A good home for a small fam-
Ily of a fine suite of office rooms. Ap
ply for terms at Little's Shoe Parlor.
PRICES
FOR THIS WEEK
Large Bucket Cottolene -f 130

Medium Bucket Cottolene 30terlor decorating or finishing for your

Unree packages Jello and Ice Cream
Powder 25e
Three Packages Lip ton's Jelly Tab
let ...25e
1 nre i-acicages bunDeam corn
I rJaices .S
Three Cans 5c. Gold Evaporated Milk
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Three Cans Dutch Cleanser
2
Three Cans Van Camp's Hominy. .23
'jj
nree rounas iud uuner 91.00
H Pounds Whole Grain Rice for. .f 1.00
a-
r,,B
une pacKage iiecxer a uac Meai..ioe
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Full Cream Cheese, per pound..
CARMHAS CO.
SUCCESSOR TO BAXTER CARlf
VVlienI
. DINE
I Always
DINE
With BUly
WILL LEE'S
Call c v
The test piece la lie city
UUSIC EYEQY XYEKIuS
fron6:CD 17:11

Will Orrmry mt thm Tempi Theater
V !Cet .Tfcarday Evemlmg, July 4
The Stuckey-Scheck, boxing exhibi exhibition
tion exhibition will occur at the Temple Theater,
next Thursday evening July ; at t:30
o'clock. '.V'
I The prices will be very moderate
fL50, 11. 75 cents and, SO cents. At
that rate' everybody should see Mar Marion
ion Marion county's young champion.
Good, order will be preserved and it
will be, perfectly proper .for ladies to
be present.
Make a note of the date and make
np your mlnd'to fo.

AIR DOME WILL CITE r -"
AWAY VICTROLA THIS EVKXIXG
Tonight the Victrola wUl be given
away at the Air Dome. Mr. lAnsford,
who gave -the Victrola, has bad It on
display In. his window all' week. The
MV.
pictures for tonight are all. good ones,
there being an extra' good comic asva
feature. Be sure and bring your tick tickets
ets tickets with you, as you may hold the
lucky number. The program Is as fol follows:
lows: follows: .:-. -'
Ice .Formation at Odessa, Russlx"
A fine scenic subject.
"The Valley of Regrets." Drama.
"Her i Uncle's .Consent" Comic."
. The show. starts promptly at seven
o'clock and you. will miss an evening
of splendid entertainment If yon do
not attend.
The cover has been on over the Air
Dome all -day, and the; seats will be
perfectlydry.v;:' .... z '.;--;
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FOR SALE
On accountof needing floor space
for other purposes,' one fine new piano
and one $4 SO Haines, Bros. In good con
dition. 'Both bargains and must be
soldatv once. W: W.' Condon. d6t wit
REMEMBER THE FOURTH
OF JULY RIVER TRIP
.Remember the Fourth ot July excur
sion on the City of Ocala, from Silver
Springs to Palatka-and return. The
or me 5th. see Wilbur Cleveland at
the Ocala House about tickets and
reservations. Meals will be supplied
Pn tne boat. Tickets must.be secured
before the third, however. Read the
advertisement In this Issue.
FIRST-CLASS OFFICE
'31 IN WANTS POSITION
Any one wishing the services of a
.killed office mm. auiolc and art-urat
wlth- flarures. writes excellent hand.
ing at Star office.
A TEMPORARY ABERRATION
The Tampa Times tells the follow
ing good joke on W. K. Zewadskl, Jr.:
Contemplated marriage.' as a cause
for absent-mindedness and a sign 'of
insanity, was the defense In -the case
of William K. Zewadskl. tried in-mu
nicipal court this morning on the
charge of violating the traffic ordi ordinance.
nance. ordinance. G. II. Cornelius was attorney
for, Mr. Zewadskl, himself a practicing
lawyer, and presented the case for the
defendant, who substantiated his at
torney's statements by his appear-
ance.
Mr. Cornelius argued that In view of
the fact that nls client s engagement
I had just, been announced, and the mat
ter wail approaching the crucial mo moment,
ment, moment, Mr. Zewadskl was rendered In
capable of remembering such minor
matters as an automobile in the street
below. His great willingness to fore forego
go forego his liberty' was also advanced
as proof of his pot being in a ration
al mind.
Mr. Zewadskl supplemented
his attorney's argument with the
statement that he wished to: enter a
plea of insanity. 1 .."
The charge against Mr. Zewadskl
s cnarge saiBSi .r. wu..
leaving his automobile standing
was
on franklin street, orncer- T. ii.
Glynt. who made the arrest, testified
that he had warned Mr. Zewadskl 'a
number of times, and he had always
promised to remember next time. Yes
terday he had again offended and aft
er a period of thirty-five minutes the
officer summoned him to appear in
court.
Judge Cohen, .after hearing the tes
tlmony and the plea of the defense,
decided that payment of the costs of
the case, $1, was sufficient punishment
in view of all the circumstances pre
sented.
NOTICE CITY TAX
Certificates for the unpaid city tax
for the year 1911 have been placed in
my hands for collection and every per-
nn vhn has -fiat nald the tax on real
property within the city is hereby.no-1
tinea to can ai my oince ai unce uu
pay the same and thereby save, trouble
and additional costs.
Carlos L. Sistrunk, City Attorney.
IKE SIMMONS OX TnE JOB AGAIN
t iarA tiimt tn th pIIt And ami
again In line to do your wallpaper
hanging, painting and any kind of In-
J house. See me before letting your
J contract. - Isaac Simmons.
S50 REWARD 50
Some surreptitious party has wlll-
i fully gone Into the surrounding coun-
and torn from trees, etc circu-
I 1o o1vArUtnr CI A "V ah' AflU Thft
bead line of said circular was "The
Time Has Come.". The party who de
j stroyed circulars on the Orange ave
nue roaa i&sL Dsiurukjr wa man
about 5 feet 5 Inches In height, dark
. wearine Hcht
"fi" to t on t
hat. and
driving- bay horse to top buggy.
X will pay rewara tor evidence
sufficient for conviction of said party
I n 4 XTa V. rm li
OPE2f OAT AXD 1TIGHT
Merchants' Cafe, A. C I depot cor
ner. Meals a xa carte ana xuncnes at
any hour.
OPEN DAT AXD PTIGHT
Merchants Cafe. A. C L depot cor
ner. Meals a la carte ana juncnes at
any hour.
WANTED
Second-hand store fixture. Give
description and price, to 140 South I
Ume street.
. notice
Notice Is hereby given that the
Board 'of County Commissioners will
receive bids for one Gasoline or Oil
Traction Engine of 30 to CO horse-pow
er, and 4 or more 2U to 4 -yard capa
city all. steel, cart for road' building.
Said bids to Te opened at noon August
. 1S12.
S. T. Sistrunk. Clerk.
CROCERT STORE FOR SALE

vest Vizir cetlinn lest cf stclra.
Ills crs crc lie cIy reel tzlz f:r vclzd"::. C
"Szlt Csll VzzYS' ere rcccy tzzz" C:rycr? ::..
prrs, ycr casb. fenclry end s'Jvcfcrc. 73 czlj

cza txzzzlzz lira ca c partlrzlcrs.

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CAPITAL FULLY
.''''7-7' .' II. D. STOKE3.
JKa L EDWARDS, Ptm. f
should be

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elegant but everlasting. Good looking silver silverware
ware silverware in your homo leaves an impression on
visitors and friends that exists after x!l other
impressions fade. We invite you Jtx look to

day over our specially
r-

latest designs in beautiful silvenyare.

A

' TMIE JEWELE

7wiYTnEii rtiirOiiT; u
Following are the meteorological
conditions that prevailed during the
twentyTfour hours up to sunset yeater
day;
Cloudy; southwest wind. v
Minimum temperature, 68. degrees.
Maximum temperature, 85 degrees.,
Average, 73 degrees.
WEATIIEi; FORECAST
Local showers tonight or. Sunday ex
jcept fair north ,-portldn.V vM.;-n
fl -i.!
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COPIES OP THE SPECIAL EDITION
: Those desiring copies, of the big. 11-
lastrate(i speciai edition of the Star
,t-i .am. f
the newsstands of the city at 10 cents
& qopy, three for 25 cents. In' 100 lots
or more 5 cents, per copy., i J
Masons meet Thursday night.
Would you rather N wear silk
than cotton ?Of course and
trinnsanf1 rlrv wltfimit anxi
.
greater COSt. PhOeillX Silk
Hose made it possible to do
this Phoenix, with a definite
I guarantee and a modest price.
No question now of silk, .hose for
"dress up" occasions. Wear Phoenix
Suk Hose every day and, enjoy the
luxury and refined elegance in which
1 other well dressed people revel.
SO, pair I ilr hai f2
Guaranteed three month
For Sale al ;
IFIR AIM IK'S
FOR THE FOURTH
For everyday ;hav our t
' MEAT; MARKET t'
Supply your tble; the bet iof prlfme
cuts and .best selected ,poltry-the
I 4 3 "! iw
C v iiiai acb t"! ivtiJ,
You buy right when
the order -try us now.

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PAIO IX C7SCS9
'V
Caahlr. :' ;J V v
CLAJLNCI2 CA1SP, Visit, rYca
not only
selected stock oTT
it,
k.
FULLER a- AVR
7 DENTAL SURGEONS
mice over 5!unroe & Chamblkt D'b
i ( OCALA FLORIDA
; i i terms!' cash.
; J. L CIIACE
PE NT A I,
)iooms'otk 'lo. Vn4 lf;Becon(l Floor
(KOALA -7. .4i-aM 7 FLORIDA
- TERMS; CASH-
-
L, F. CLAIM
DENT ALSUEIG EON
Office Over Commercial Hank
OCALA - - FliOIUDA
Office Hoars. 8 to ,42 cu 1 to 0
p. ra. Pbone Sll.
' TERMS. CASII.
C. J. PIIILUPS
Contractor end UzZZCz?
Plan and Mpectflcatlons FornlaheS
.v Upon Rrauevt.
129 South Third Street
OCALA FLOJUDA
I, ,OTICR TO CRKOITOni
Xotlc Is. hereby given to all credit
ors, legatees, distributees and all other
ersons having claims and demands
against 'the estate of Adelaide B.
claims duly proved. to the underslrnd
within one -year from the date or tne
first publication-of this notice, to-wit:
Feb. th, 1912. Kate II. Howell.
As Administratrix Estate Adelaide U-
Oak, Fla.'
IV TIIK tTinCUIT COI'BT OP TOR
Fifth Jmllrtal Clrtilt mt FlerUa la
-! fr Narira CHln- C'kaa-
rrr'r
Louis Weihe Complainant vs. Oeorgi
Howard et al Defendants Order
for Constructive Service.
It Is ordered that the -4eff-nda
herein named, to-wlt: tleorge Howard,
John LSIacknhear, Judge Knight and
George Howard. Jr., be and are hereby
required to appear to the bill of corn corn-plant
plant corn-plant filed In this cause on or before
Ward- e 27l day f Jly ltlZ
It U further ordered that a copy of
thl ordr be published once a week
for elRht corieecutlve weeks in the
Ocala rUar, a newspaper published In
said county ftnd state. ,
. This 2lst day of May, lsl2.
, K T. eiftrunk.
Clerk Circuit Court Marlon Co. Fla.
.r V f?on reabody,:i. C.
Complainant's iol!cltor.
xotick to ntrniTou
Notice is herebr ffiveh la
ors. legatees, distributees and a1
persons having claims and J
against the eiate of Albert
deceaj-eft. to present said r
proven to the undername' rv
year from the -late of IK
tion of i this notice, f 1 r
A Admlnlilmln.
uarber, Decea'
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STOnr OP ADTOXTl'RE AXD IX-

fCy Louis Joseph Vance)

CHAPTER XXVII.
"havuj . .. .eald O'Rourke

without looking up from the occupa

tion whlcL had engrossed his atten attention
tion attention for the last three hours: and for

the first Unre In that period he spoke

audibly, making an end to the mum mumbled
bled mumbled confabulation he had 1)een hold

ing -with himself, a Murray's Guide, a

Eradshaw, an Indian railway guide,

several steamship folders and a large

colored map of the Indian empire.

"What, day's this day, Danny V
Danny thought laboriously. Twas

this morn we lift th Ranee, sor?

. Thin yestiddy was Wednes

day."

"And today Thursday, .be logical

progress of reasoning, eh?"

"Aw, ylss, cor."'
"And what's the time?"
-Danny consulted O'Rourke'a watch

.on tho bureau. "A quarter av twilve.

"Then bestir yourself, ye lazy good-for-nothing,
and pack up mo things.
"Aw!" cried Danny, expostulant.
"Our train leaves at two. Ye have

an hour and a half."

"Aw, but yer honor, is ut no rlst at

all we'll Iver be havin'?"

"Ye can rest on the train," said
O'Rourke. "I've just ten days left in
which to reach Rangoon, where I've an
appointment to keep with a lady, Dan Danny,
ny, Danny, to wit, Madame O'Rourke. D'ye
mind her, and do ye blame me, Dan Danny?"
ny?" Danny?" Danny became suddenly extraordin extraordinarily
arily extraordinarily busy. "Why did ye not say as
much to begin with, yer honor?" he
complained. "As If I wouldn't work
me hands to the stumps av
thim. ..."
"'Tis now Thursday noon," con continued
tinued continued O'Rourke thoughtfully. "The
two o'clock train's scheduled to land

us In Calcutta at ten Saturday night.

At eight Sunday morning a steamer

leaves Diamond Harbor for Rangoon,
scheduled for a fair-weather passage
of three days. That'll leave us a lit little
tle little leeway, barring accidents. But
we've ho time to waste."
"But howll we be catching thot
steamer at Di'mlnd Harbor, sor? How
far's that from Calcutta, now, an will
there be thralns at that hour av the
night?"
"That's to be dealt with as it turns
up, Danny. There's only forty miles
between the two places, and if there's
no train, we'll charter a motor-car or
a boat down the Hughli. .
The latter expedient O'Rourke final finally
ly finally adopted, although he could have af afforded
forded afforded a comfortable night in a ho hotel
tel hotel at Calcutta, had he deemed it wise.
But In tho fifty-six hours of unmitigat unmitigated
ed unmitigated sweltering that he and Danny en endured
dured endured In their flight across India he
had leisure to think matters over very
carefully, with the result that, all
things considered, he felt Justified In

assuming the world to be in league'

against him and in shaping his course
accordingly. Therefore it were un unwise
wise unwise to permit himself to be seen and
recognized In Calcutta, or even to lin linger
ger linger on the soil of India an instant
longer than absolutely necessary.
Within an hour, then, of his arrival
at Howrah, he had, by dint of per persistence
sistence persistence and rupees, succeeded in hir hiring
ing hiring a launch to take him from the ter terminus
minus terminus by water to the steamer at Dia Diamond
mond Diamond harbor

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CHAPTER XXVIII.
At a email hour of the morning they
made Diamond Harbor in pitch dark darkness
ness darkness and without misadventure were
successful In causing themselves to be
transhipped, bag and baggage, to the
twlnscrew steamship Poonah, Which
vessel rode at anchor In midstream.
Toward eight o'clock of the white white-hot
hot white-hot forenoon that followed, O'Rourke,

In the shadow of a long-boat on tbe
Poonah's promenade deck, stood fin finishing
ishing finishing a matutinal cigar and watching

narrowly a tender ferry out a final

boatload of passengers from the east

ern river bank.

Slowly the tender forged toward the
Steamer's side; and as It drew near,

O'Rourke forgot to smoke and bent

over the rail to inspect with unremit unremitting
ting unremitting Interest those upon its decks.

The forward deck of the tender held

his regard but briefly; those who
waited there, eyeing impassively the

towering flanks of the liner, were one

and all of the east, of races, creeds

and types too numerous to catalogue.
These the adventurer might not read,

save Individually upon personal con

tact. If trouble was to come from
them, collectively or Individually, he
would not know until the blow had
fallen. On the other hand, he might
be able to hazard shrewd surmises as
to the potential animus inherent in
any one of the Europeans who were
to be his fellow passengers.
The latter were a mere handful;
half a dozen commercial travelers
from London, Paris, Berlin, their avo avocations
cations avocations evident beyond dispute; a sal sallow
low sallow English missionary with his with withered
ered withered wife, sombre figures in the stark
sunlight, a red-faced deputy-sub-some-thing-or-other
of the Indian govern government,
ment, government, complacent in white drill and
new pith helmet with a gay puggaree;
. lone English girl, and a Frenchman.
The two latter held the Irishman's
attention; the girl because even at a
distance, her slim white-clad figure
and well-poised head seemed singu singularly
larly singularly fresh and attractive; the man
because-r-well, because O'Rourke was
susceptible to premonitions.
He was a tall man and broad, the
Frenchman well-made, well-groomed,
carrying himself with an Indefinable
air of distinction. Ills face was rath rather
er rather pale (and therefore notable In that
concourse of dark skins), its features
etrongly modeled, the mouth and chin
masked by a neatly trimmed and
rointed beard and mustache.
O'Rourke could not have said that
he had ever seen the man before; yet
there was this- and that about him
which struck a spark of reminiscence
from his memory. A suspicion flashed
through his mind which he put aside
with disdain, as absurd and far-fetched.
. On the other hand. Ho
knit his brows In puzzlamajjt

i ne very nxity or nxs regard drew
the eyes of Its object "upwards. They
encountered OHourke's, lingered brief briefly
ly briefly In. an unveiled, inquiring stars fn
which there; was not to be .detected
the least hint cf recognition,. and
passed onward casually, indifferently,
ignoring the Impertinence. r
The tender's passengers began to
stumble up the gang-plank to a lower
deck of the liner; and O'Rourke, with
a sober face, went below, taking some
care to avoid contact with the Incom Incoming
ing Incoming crowd.
lie found Danny was In his state stateroom,
room, stateroom, engaged with some -details of
repair to the adventurer's wardrobe.

O'Rourke remained for a brief space
standing in the middle of the cabin,
visibly abstracted. ? Then abruptly
some whimsical consideration seemed
to resolve his dubiety -as lightning
will clear sultry, brooding air; a smile
deepened the corners of his month,
the flicker In his eye merged magically
into a twinkle, the shrug of his broad
shoulders conveyed an impression of
casting care to the winds.
"Danny, lad, he remarked reflect reflectively,
ively, reflectively, throwing himself ungracefully
upon the cushioned transom opposite
to his berth. -Danny, ye wouldn't lie
to me, would yeVnow?
"Aw-wl" reproved Danny "Shure,
yer honor knows ut Isn't in me at all.
And to himself; "Phat the dlwle
now?"
"Then tell me, Danny, truthfully;
did ye ever see a ghost f
"Aw-wl" seeing cause to taka the
query as a joke.
- "A ghost that had grown a beard
since it had become a ghost, Danny?
"Aw-aw-w!- still willing to Jbe
amused, if "himself" chose to be face facetious.
tious. facetious.
"Because,' continued O'Rourke with
a slight frown, "I have, and that not
five minutes since." t
"Aw?" ;
"Wance l left a man for dead, Dan Danny,
ny, Danny, with a clean sword-thrust through
the body of him a misbegotten black blackguard
guard blackguard he was; but I killed him in fair
fight, sword to sword,? and no fa favor.
vor. favor. . And this bright and
beautiful morning, lo and behold ye!

who should come tripping up the gang

plank but his ghost, as lively as ye
please, and with a neat new beard!"
"Aw-w?" incredulously.

O'Rourke frowned impatiently. Des

Trebes," he explained.
."Aw
"Stop it, ye parrot! Stop It, I say!

Have ye no word in the dark lexicon

of your ignorance other than 'Aw-aw'?
Get up, ye omadhaun, and take me re respects
spects respects to the purser and ask him

please will he show ye the passen

ger-list,"
The valet left with circumspect ala
crity.

Alone, O'Rourke rose and turned
thoughtfully to a revolver that made

a conspicuous black spot on the white

counterpane of the berth, with nerv

ous, strong fingers unlimbering th

weapon and taking account of the
brass dials of the cartridges that
nestled snug in its six-chambered
cylinder. The machine was in perfect

condition; O'Rourke snapped the

breech shut and thrust it in his pock

et. Then he sat down to think, sub subconsciously
consciously subconsciously aware' from noises' with

out that the tender had swung off and

the anchor was being tripped.

Could the resemblance be acciden accidental?
tal? accidental? It seemed hardly possible. The
Des Trebes he had known had been a

type distinct, so clear and aloof from

the general Frenchman that not even

the addition of a beard to his physiog

nomy could have proven a thorough

disguise. And it seemed reasonable
enough to assume that, Mrs. Prynne
having failed In her undertaking, Des

O'Rourke Could Not Have Said That

He Had Ever Seen the Man Before.

Trebes would resume his office as ac active
tive active head of their conspiracy. If it

were indeed he whom O'Rourke had

Just seen, there was every chance im imaginable
aginable imaginable that the final chapter in the

history of the Irishman's connection

with the Tool of Flame would prove

hn eventful one.

"Maybe not," admitted O'Rourke,

"maybe I deceive meself. But I'm

persuaded 111 do well to keep both me
eyes open until the day I'm rid of the

damned thing!"

At this juncture Danny's knock took

him to tho door. "Mongsere Raoul de

Hyeres," announced the v.alet breath

lessly: tls thot the purser says his

name Is, yer honour."

"Yes," assented O'Rourke dubious

ly. "But perhaps the purser's mlsta

ken misinformed."

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Nntlf 1 hrrthT srlvn tliat

nalliieu. jarchaer of tax rertlt...

NOR. 371. SSI. 432. 471, 45. 40. 4.
741. !ite.l the th &ay of June. A.
IS10. taas filcl pa Hi certificate In my

of lice, and ha ma.le application for

Tax .loed to issue In accordance with
&&U crrtincatcs embrace the
follo-wlnsr Je?crilel property,' altuate4
in Marion county, Florida, to-wit:

Suothwj'tt quarter and outh three three-quartera;
quartera; three-quartera; of frotithwent quarter of

owtheaet quartern nection 21, and eat
half of west half iof section la, town township
ship township IS, ransre XI. jand nouthwewt quar quarter
ter quarter of northwest rMVrter. section 20.
townhlp 1, ranjn 21. and al. three three-quartrra
quartrra three-quartrra of wet h.t mt lot 124 and
eartt half of lot 1jJ.".. Dunnellon. nec nec-tlon
tlon nec-tlon 35. township Itf, rane IS. n
ea?t hIf of lot 1ST. redeemed. lot
134. lijnnellon. neiilo S5. township
16. rat:;;. IS. and thV east half of
northwtpt quarter &tu louthwet quar quarter
ter quarter cf r.orthwet qu:irir of rectlon 2.
l.)rnM? is, ranee : and the went
half ai northMst iu;rter of eectlon
."0. township I, ramre 21, le oouth oouth-weft
weft oouth-weft quarter of nort!e4t quarter, re
dfme.L "All'of evccil lot 1 or block
131. Pt Knd tVaUl'The n.ild land
lcln?r afMel at th4 ate of the U.
uance of nuch cefticate In tha
nainex of unknown. J.'M. J.ickvon. Jr.
Steel ft Frermnth. ;d lUack)hear,
Kast Florida Telrpho Co.. Clark Clark--
- Clark-- Hay- Johrtfton. "Wller jlosely. J. M.
Carter. I'n less sa Id rtiflcatea ahali
be red-med accord In J to .law, tax
deed will iue ther'ea on tho 2Jth
day of Jaly, A. D. 19IS4
' WitneM my of floSai; signature and
eal. this the 22nd dajlof June. A. D
191?- K. t Xlstrunk.
. CWk Circuit Court hrion Co. Fla.

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IX TITS C!KCtTIT COUT Op THR

niii judicial iirraiitoi FlarMs tm
. aad fr Martha Cuy-da faaat-
llentjlnff tnd & I. Coiiany, a Cor
noratlon, Complalna, vs. W. P
Ijr. C. E. Conncr.j Iefendant
Order 'for ConstructJe Service.
It U ordered that le defendant
herein named, to-wlt: f. P. Iiy, he
and he is hereby requlil to appear to
the bill of complaint fllj In this cause
or on before Monday, ke 6th day of
Ausrunt. 112. t
It I further orfleredhat a copy of
this order be publish once a week
for four consecutive eka in the
Ocala Krentng ttar. a wpaper pub published
lished published in said county a) tatc.
This 21th day of Jul 1912.
. j SlBtrunk,
Clerk Circuit Court krlon Co. Fla.
II. M. Hampton, (

complainants Koumr.

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1 Mahogany Parlor Set, Z pieces, loo se cushions, onlj
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1 6-hole Steel Range, with reservoir! Rood condition ... .
1 Home-Made Desk and Book Case, glass doors, only ....
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1 Phonograph, and.C Records, only .... ......

1 used Graphophone and 5 Records, Bargain at only
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Graphophone Needles, soft tone, 200 for .......... lOr
Mosquito Canopies, Steel Frames, large size, $l.fK; for iron led, $3.3
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xotick op .irpLirnv pon tax

Isiff 1MK af caapfrr
Lihm of Flat.
Not1c"1s herby that Gora;a
T. Iake, purchaser oiax certificate
No, 45, latol the sthiy of June, A,
I. 1S10, has nleil aahl Uiflcate In my
of Ace. and has mad, implication for
tax deed to Issue In Fonlance .with
law.''. SaH cerUflcate mbraceft th
followlnior described jferty situated'
In Marlon, county, frida. to-wlt:
8e,i of dwU ec 9 lr r 21 The
faid land Leinpr aseKMt lh date of
the Issuance of such tincale In the,
name of unknown. lUa said certi certificate
ficate certificate shall be red ecr( according to
law, tax deed will iMfhereon on the
27th ia- of July. A. 112. i
Witness my offlcialiirnature and
onl this the 22nd dajf June, A. I).
1912. ,rl.trunlt,
Clerk Circuit Courtrlon Co. Fla.
XOTiriS OF AITI.H'M PR TV
leed t uder Seetl K'af 'kater
4KN-S l.mwm tf Fa.
"Notice- Is hereby fit 4hat J. J.
Johnson.'' purchaser ojax' certmcate

.o t. dateil tne fclny of June, A.

I). T!0, ha. tiled saui;tlflcate in tn

.fflce, and has madebplication fr
tax deed to. Issue infordanc. wCh
law. .Said oertlflcntrtmbraces re

tTollowlnsr descrllM-d urly sittsCtrd

4 blk 22 T "Mr "1- l IT r
21 e. The said land Jvr : nxsetised at

jthe date of the,-wirtJ;l of uch cer-ttinrU-J-ilTinoi
I. J. Johnson.

Unless said rertmcaMhall t re redeemed
deemed redeemed according tiw. tax deed

will Issue thereon fr 29th day of
July. A. 11. 1112.
Vltnes my offlcliifrnatura and
seal this the 21th d.-i" June, A. IX.
1912. H Histrunk.

Clerk Circuit Courtirlon Co. Fl.

SOTICI5 OP APPIJCh POIt TAX

. DeNl laaer Strlti of Chapter
4HKM, tmvm at Plfl
Notice "Js hereby pf that W. IL

rrfctor, purchaser of rertlflcate No.
J02. dated the 6th d:f June, A. H.
1904, has filed said coihte In my of.
flee, and has made nrtitlon for tax

deed to Issue in accc with law.
Kald certificate emhri the follow

inK descrileJ propertiuated In Ma
rion county, Florida. K-Itt Ne of
BfVt, ex 1 acre to schiec 17 tn 17 a

ranice 22 e. The 1ald lbetnK assess

ed at the date of thciance of such
certificate In the natif Thos. Hall.

Unless said certlflcatqTl be redeem redeemed
ed redeemed accordinif to law, fdeed will Is

sue thereon on the luay of July,

Witness my offlclirnature and

seal this tne 10th d June. A. D.
1912.' Klstrunk,

Clerk Circuit Courlrion Co. Fla.

-a 9. mri j4Jk.Vsf

t;-

SUMMER

- Effective June 9lh

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will sell round trip tickets from all points on its line at

one way rate, on Sunday only
S. P. HOmNRAEiE ',
Gen. Pass. Agent
OCALA, FLORIDA

(Continued Monday)
PILES CI'RED AT HOME
II V EV ABSORPTIOX METIIOD

If you suffer from bleeding. Itching-,
blind or protruding1 piles, send me your
address, and I will tell yoa how to
cure yourself at home by the new ab absorption
sorption absorption treatment; and will also send
some of this home treatment free for
trial, with references from your own
locality if re quested." Immediate relief
and permanent cure assured. Send no
money but tell others of this offer.
Write today to Mrs. M. Summers, Box
P, South Bend, Ind. 22

COTTAGE FOR IIEVT

Five rooms and bath. Larjre, shady
yard with poultrr houses and yards.
PossesFiem siren by Jaly JL Apply
"Cottage, care Star office.- ',.

To SAVANNAH, GA., -L $650

To CHARLESTON, S. C, .1.. . 80

round trip rave from ocala
via :;. :? ...
HTLHNTIG DOHST Llls

Tickets on sale July 2nd. Final limit Jcly 17fc. ; Ticts will

be good on regular trains coingTasd retsrclrn

For tickets or informalion call on nearest A. C. L Uzttl zztzX

or

Y. n. DEAZIEY, F. P. h' : v J. G. UlUHD, D. P. IL,

3SOTICK OP APPI.I1X FOR TAX

' Ilred l ader Keel H at Vhmptrr
4kss, Law af l lj.
Notice la hereby J that "" A. T.

r.lllinirsley, purchascitax certlflcale

No. l&6. nate'i the inv or June. A.

!!, has filed saUtlHcate In my
office, and has madfndlcatlon for

tax. deed to Issue titoruance with
law. Said certificate traces the fol following
lowing following described prir Situated In

Marion county, Fioiiio-wit: iz.i.a iz.i.a-chs
chs iz.i.a-chs e and w on w ulTsw'A of awVi
ex 292 feet q In sv sec 11 tp 13

south r 21 east THd land bemr
asssed at the date he Issuance of

such certificate In tm or J. 1511 1511-linKSley.
linKSley. 1511-linKSley. I'nless sal rtiflcate shall
be redeemed accordhi law, tax deed
will issue thereon oi 22nd day of
July. A. D. 1912.
Witness ray offlcl.iltrnature and
sf-al this the 17th i f June. A. I).
1912. i Plstrunk.
Clerk Circuit Cour irlon Co.. Fla.

soTira 'oviAruiApp for tax
Iee4 trader Vefl H of Ckaater

Anns, iit mi rjm, '
NofJee Is hereby ift that Frank
Ijytle. purchaner fcertlhcate No.
701. dated thr 7th lf June, A. D.
l?0:t. hat rllsl said lificate In my
office, and lias mvkpplication for
tax deed to tsne hrdance with
law. aid eeftlflca racea the fol following
lowing following descried vndT situated In
Marlon county, FlHl to-wlt: Nw,4
of se'4 of w4 secfy 17 n ranjfe 24.
The said -land beiijr sensed at the
date of tbe IsKuanei uch certificate
In the name ftfnown. Unless
said certificate shJi t redeemed ac
cording to law, tut ed will -issue
thereon tm the JKtldOf July. A. L.

1912.

Witnes.4

seal this
112. ;

Clerk Clr

ifrnatnre and

mr of 4

he lOtaJJ i-t June. A. P.

Hint run it,
I Ration Co. Fla.

NOTICE 41Tl'l F"K TAX
t4 J i der i f t aler
Notice i I hf-h nNjnat .TL K.
Perry, pof jbhaser d.cercatc No.
60. date-t t th IrTi f JuV. A. I.

1910. has i-d sM f ate lnV27

flee, and I U ma! ration riTrX

deed to H (ue In i'inca with

.vai.i cert l.ate mU the follow

ing tiescn propeftnated In Mar Marlon
lon Marlon count, Floridflfwit: Nw4 of

lie' secj Jft tn 17. re 22 e. The

tin a-:t the date of
of uMficate In the
K. lVrrfiles said cer cer-II
II cer-II be' redl accordina; to
ed will lhreon on th

i July. A. II 2.

my of fkiifnature and

11th ti June. A. IX

said land
the lsnnf
name of

tificate

law. tax
15th day

Witnew

seal this

1912

. Clerk C

'Jim. t

xoTiris Jsvriji)nx for tax

I)eet. k I RMiea htt H. of Caaalee

1 Kistmak.

Coifirion Co. T

M

hrebVi that- 3. M. M.

Notice?

TtobinsoD, Yxtrchatultax certificate

No. 474. fed the tay of August.
-V D. 18 ha niel eertlflcate In
mr office nd has itpilicatlon for
tax dcedi issue" ttcordance with
law. tSaW e-rlittcarace the fol-
Inwine d, ribel Mr situated In
Marlon c nly FUlo-wit: lot 2
block 1 1. hdkk. 'lid land teinir
assessed j i th dalae Issuance of
uch eer late In Jame f V. Q..
lirown. It ytee Umid certificate
shall be f loemed abtc to law, tax
deed will (tup theri the 15th day
of July. x 1912, f
VVItneK-. my ot filfcnature and
teal thlal Ai 11th i June. A, 1.

1H2. i 1 Sistrunk,

Clerk

rcult CoCrlon Co. Fix

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