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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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CHAPTER I.
The Bonanza King.
The cold of foot-hill California In
the month of January held the night.
The occupants of the stirrer were too
cramped and stiffened by It, and too
uncomfortably enwrapped against It, J
to speak. Sllenoe as complete as that
which lay like a spell on the land landscape
scape landscape brooded over them. At the
last stopping place, Chinese Gulch, a
scattering of houses six miles behind
them on the mountain road, they had
halted1 at the main saloon, and whisky
and water had been passed to the
driver and to the burlier figure on
the back seat The watchers that
thronged to the saloon door had eyed
the third occupant of the carriage with
the Intent, sheepish curiosity of the
isolated man In presence of the stran stranger
ger stranger female. Afterward, each one was
voluble In his impressions of her face,
pale in the smoky lamplight, and the
hand that" slid, small and white, out
of Its loose glove when the warming
glass was offered her.
Since then both she and her com companion
panion companion had leaned back in their sev several
eral several corners and preserved an un unbroken
broken unbroken silence.
The surrey sped swiftly along the
road which wound In spectral pallor
over the shoulder of the foot-hill, now
dipping into the blackness of a ravine,
then creeping up a bare slope, where
the horse's hoofs dug in laboriously
amid loosened stones. The solemn
loneliness of the landscape, faintly
revealed by the light of large, clear
, stars, seemed to find appropriate ex expression
pression expression In this frosty, smoke-breathing
stillness.
The larger figure on the back seat
moved, and turned a face, all of which
, was hidden save the eyes, toward Its
companion.
"Hungry T" "queried a deep bass
.'Vcce; the Inquiring polysyllable shot
but Suddenly over an upturned bul-
- wark pf collars.
v "Fearfully, came the answer1a
muffled feminine treble, that suited
the more diminutive bulk.
MOet a move on, Jake," to the driv driver.
er. driver. This girl's most famished."
"Hold your horses," growled the
other man; "we're Just about there."
At these words the woman pricked
,up her ears, and, leaning forward,
peered ahead. As they rounded a pro protruding
truding protruding angle of the hill, a huddle of
roofs and walls spotted with lights
came into view, and the sight drew
her hand forward with an eagerly-
pointing nnger.
"So that's Rocky Bar I" she cried.
"Have we really got there at last?"
The driver chuckled.
"That's Rocky Bar all right Now
get your appetite good and ready."
- "No need,!' she responded gaily;
"It's been ready and waiting for hours.
I was beginning to think that you'd
lost your way."
"Mel" with an accent of incred incredulous
ulous incredulous scorn. "Ah, get outl How does
It come. Governor, that Bill Cannon's
girl don't know no more about these
parts than a young lady from New
York?"
"She's never been up here before,"
said the man on the back seat, begin beginning
ning beginning to untangle himself from his en enfolding
folding enfolding rugs. "I've brought her up
with me this time to show her some
of the places where her pa used to
work round with the boys, long before
she was ever thought of."
A loud barking of dogs broke out
as they approached the first detached
houses of the settlement. Shapes ap appeared
peared appeared at the lighted doorways, and
as the surrey drew up at the hotel
balcony a crowding of heads was seen
In the windows. The entire popula population
tion population of Rocky Bar spent Its evenings
at this hospitable resort, in summer
on the balcony under the shade of the
-fa BAD BREATH &
Is caused by Indigestion, and that
disorder brings on headaches, sal sal-lowness,
lowness, sal-lowness, languor, dizziness and a
general discouraged feeling.
SIKIONS
LIVER REGULATOR
(TUB POWDER FORM)
Corrects all Disorder In
The Stomach and Bowels.
Its powerful, reviving and regulat regulating
ing regulating influence in the liver and digestive
organs brings an immediate improv improv-ment.
ment. improv-ment. You feel better. The bowels
move freely so that the impurities
that have clogged up the digestive
tract find an outlet. When the sys
tem has been thus purified the bilious,
half -sick feeling disappears ; the com complexion
plexion complexion improves, the breath becomes
sweet, the mind throws off gloomy
forebodings, and there is a fine feeling
of energy and exhilaration all through
the body,
told by Dealtrt. Price, law package, $1.00.
i.khr thm naalM with tfc Bad Z am th label.
If ym cmm t. remit to o, w. will send it by
mmxl postpaid. Simmon LlTer Emulator la pot a p
Sla"a liqaid form lor tboaa wbo prefer It. trice.
el.00 par bottle. Look lor ibe Bad Z
ana..
i a zhuji t co, prop, st uuis.

VOL. 19.

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locust trees, in winter round the omce
stove, spitting and smoking In cheery
sociability. But at this hour the great
event of Rocky Bar's day was ovCe
The eight stages, the passengers of
which dined at the hotel, had long
passed onward on their various routes
up and down the "mother lode" and
Into the camps of the. Sierra. That the
nightly excitement of the "victualing
up" was to be supplemented by a late
arrival in a surrey, driven by Jake
McVeigh, the proprietor of the San
Jacinto stables, and accompanied by
a woman, was a sensational event not
often awarded to Rocky Bar, even In
the heyday of summer-time.
The occupants of the office crowded
into tte doorway and pressed them themselves
selves themselves against the windows.
The hotel proprietor, an ancient
man with a loosened vest, and trou trousers
sers trousers tucked into long boots, dispersed
them as he ushered the strangers into
the office. That they were travelers
of distinction was obvious, as much
from their own appearance as from
the fact that Jake McVeigh was driv driving
ing driving them himself, in his best surrey
and with his finest team. But just
how Important they were no one
guessed till McVeigh followed them
In, and Into ears stretched for the In Information
formation Information dropped the sentence, half half-heard,
heard, half-heard, like a stage aside:
"It's BUI Cannon and his daughter
Rose."
Upon the proprietor it had an elec electric
tric electric effect. He sped from the room
"What Are You Going Off There For,
Sonny, as If You Were a Leper?"
with the alertness of youth, promising
"a cold lunch" In a minute. To the
others It came as a piece of Intelli Intelligence
gence Intelligence that added awe to the lighter
emotions of the occasion. By common
consent their eyes focused on the
great man who stood warming his
hands at the stove. Even the rare,
unusual woman, revealed now as suffi sufficiently
ciently sufficiently pretty to be an object of fu future
ture future dreams, was interesting only to
the younger and more Impressionable
members of the throng. All but these
gazed absorbed, unblinking, at Bill
Cannon, the Bonanza King.
He was used to it It had been a
part of his life for years. Eying his
admirers with a genial good humor,
he entered Into conversation with
them, his manner marked by an easy
familiarity, which swept away all
shades of embarrassment, and drew
the men around the stove, eager to
respond to his questions as to the con condition
dition condition and prospects of the locality.
The talk was becoming general and
animated, when the ancient man re returned
turned returned and announced that the "cold
lunch" was ready and to please "step
afte? him Into the dining-room."
This gaunt apartment, grimly un unadorned
adorned unadorned and. faintly Illumined, an oc occasional
casional occasional lantern backed by a tin re reflector
flector reflector projecting a feeble light into
Its echoing emptiness, was swept of
all Intruders, and showed a barn-like

bareness of wall and loftiness of roof.
Lines of tables, uncovered between
flanking wooden benches, were ar arranged
ranged arranged down Its length. Across the
end of one of these a white cloth was
spread and three places set. Jake
McVeigh,, less Innocently democratic
than the hotel proprietor, was about to
withdraw from the society of his dis distinguished
tinguished distinguished patron and seat himself in
seemly loneliness at an adjacent
table, when Bill Cannon's voice arrest arrested
ed arrested him.
"What are you going off there for,
sonny, as If you were a leper? Come
over here and sit side of us."
Cannon, his overcoat removed, was
seen to be a powerful, thick-set man,
with a bulklness that was more a
matter of broad build and muscular
development than fat His coat set ill
upon him and strained at the buttons.
It had the effect of having worked up
toward the shoulders, noticeable in
the clothes of men who are deep deep-chested
chested deep-chested and sit bunchlly. He had a
short neck which he accommodated
with a turn-down collar, a gray beard,
clipped close to his cheeks and square
on the chin, and gray hair, worn rath rather
er rather long and combed sleekly and with without
out without parting back from his forehead.
In age he was close to seventy, but
(Continued on Fourth rage)

OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 1912.

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(EtEAT CLEM

Have you ever attended a real sale? Ifi not, be sure you're oe
hand early Friday when the doors open.
Ewry Mfar's Worth ol (Goods lis! (Go at 50c. 01 fflhic PoIaiF:
For News ofi Sale See Tomorrow's Paper

OKIjAWAUA IUVEIl ITKMS
Pleannnt Dny'n C'rulme on the Wlmllns
Stream filren Her Friend
31ln Urn Inn Holly
Grahamville, July 17. Miss Doulah
Holly, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Holly, a most beautiful girl of
the blonde type and one of the Okla Okla-waha
waha Okla-waha river girls who studied in At Atlanta,
lanta, Atlanta, chartered for the day Saturday
the City of Ocala, Captain Frank K.
Mathews, and invited to share with
her the pleasures of the cruise, thirty
or more National Park and river boys
and girls, with two married couples as
chaperones included.
Miss Holly's guests were Mr. and
Mrs. Charles II. Ropers and Mr. and
Mrs. Raymond Holly, Misses Flossie
and Gladys Stanaland, Maxie Fort.
Cora Roberts, Edith and Alice Cordery,
Mamie Henderson, Iena Mills, Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Holly and Josephine Patell,
Messrs. H. F. Rogers of Lake Park.
Ga., Ernest Roberts, Pat Holly, Wilson
Caldwell. Will and Henry Henderson.
Harbin Hinton, Ernest and Tommie
Cordery, Elton Stanaland. Ottis Fort.
Charles and Clifton Mills. D. Holden.
L. M. Graham and E. O. Cordery.
On this trip. Captain Mathews had
his folks aboard and there were also
several from Silver Springs on deck.
Captain J. I Smoak furnished ice
cream and soda pop. A. A. O.
There Is more catarrh In this sec section
tion section of the country than all other dis diseases
eases diseases put together, and until the last
few years was supposed to be incura incurable.
ble. incurable. For a great many years doctors
pronounced it a local disease and
prescribed local remedies, and by con constantly
stantly constantly failing to cure with local
treatment, pronounced It Incurable.
Science has proven catarrh to be a
constitutional disease and therefore
requires constitutional treatment.
Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. Ohio, is
the only constitutional cure on the
market. It is taken Internally in
doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful.
It acts directly on the blood and mu
cous surfaces of the system. They
offer one hundred dollars for any case
it falls to cure. Send for circulars
and testimonials. Address: F. J. Che
ney & Co., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by drug
gists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Tills
for constipation.
OKANGE SPRINGS
Orange Springs. July 16. Mr. W. D
Cam of Ocala. was a visitor Wednes
day. He was here in the interest of the
Ocala Fertilizer Company.
Mr. J. E. Whitney of Wolf Creek
Mon., Is a visitor who arrived here
yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. James T. Eustace, who
have been pleasant visitors here the
past week, left for their home in Ta Ta-coma,
coma, Ta-coma, Wash., today.
Miss Susie Irvin of Ocala spent Sun
day at Orange Springs.
Mr. Nelson S. Pedrick left last Fri Friday
day Friday for Roswell. N. M., to Join Mrs.
Pedrick, who preceded him several
weeks.
Messrs. Moe and Hammer of Hoker.
Minn., arrived here yesterday to look
after their pretty orange grove re-

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cently purchased of W. H. Massey &
Company.
A merry party of young people from
Hawthorne enjoyed a picnic at the
spring last Thursday.
Mr. J. R. Wimberly and Maurice
Jordan were visitors to Palatka last
Saturday.
A huge rattlesnake Measuring six
feet and seven inches and having
twenty rattles was killed here last
Thursday.
Mr. Marvin Carlton, a Pullman car
conductor on the A. C. L., paid a' brief
visit to his parents here last week.
The young people were entertained
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. P.
Rast last Friday evening with a de
lightful dance.
Dr. T. C. Hutchinson, who has been
seriously ill, is reported better.
FIFTY DOLLARS REWARD
For any case of kidney, bladder or
rheumatic troubles Hall's Texas Won Wonder
der Wonder cannot cure If taken In time and
iven a fair trial. One bottle often
perfects a cure. Send for testimonials.
Dr. E. W. Hall. 2926 Olive street, St.
Louis, Mo. Sold by all druggists.
FULLER & AYER
DENTAL SURGEONS
Office over Mnnroe & Chambliss B'k.
OCALA FLORIDA
TERMS. CASH.
J, E. GHAGE
DENTAL SURGEON
Rooms 9, 10 and 11. Second Floor,
Holder Rlock.
OCALA FLORIDA
TERMS. CASH
L. F. BLALOGK
DENTAL SURGEON
Office Over Commercial Bank
OCALA FLORIDA
Office Hours. 8 to 12 a. in. 1 to 3
p. m. Piione 211.
TERMS. CASH.
M'lVER & MAC KAY
Funeral Directors
Undertakers and Embalmers
Fine Caskets and Buna! Robes
D. E. M IVKR AND C. V. ROnEItTS,
Funeral Dlrreior.
AH Work Done toy License! Em Embalmers
balmers Embalmers and Fullx Guaranteed.
Phones: D. E. Mclver. 104; C. V. Rob Roberts,
erts, Roberts, 303; Undertaking Office. 47.

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and Marie Down
SWAItTZ ADVISBD Sl'ICIDE
To 111 Son, When the Latter Confe Confe-rl
rl Confe-rl IIImMrir Guilty oC an
Atroclou Mnrlr
New York, July 17. Samuel Swartz,
father of Nathan Swartz, the young
man who is being hunted for by the
police as the murderer of fourteen-year-old
Julia Conners, who was kill killed
ed killed in the Dronx last week, acknowl acknowledges
edges acknowledges that his son wa3 the murderer
of the child.
"lie told me all about it," said
Swartz. "and I told him that he had
better kill himself. He went away and
I haven't heard from him since. I be believe
lieve believe he destroyed himself."
The murder of the girl was of the
most atrocious sort. She was literal literally
ly literally hacked to pieces with a knife.
INSECT IlITE COSTS LEO
A Boston man lost his leg from the
bite of an insect two years before. To
avert such calamities from stings and
bites of insects use Bucklen's Arnica
Salve promptly to kill the poison and
prevent inflammation, swelling and
pain. Heals burns, boils, ulcers, piles,
eczema, cuts, bruises. Only 23 cents
at Tydings & Company.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the
Board of County Commissioners will
receive bids for one Gasoline or Oil
Traction Engine of 30 to 60 horse-power,
and 4 or more 3i to 4 -yard capa capacity
city capacity all steel cars for road building.
Said bids to be opened at noon August
6. 1912. S. T. Sistrunk, Clerk.
HAPPIEST GIIIL IX LIXCOLX
A Lincoln. Neb., girl writes, "I had
been ailing for some time with chronic
constipation and stomach trouble. I
began taking Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets and in three day3 I
was able to be up and get better right
airme- I am the proudest girl In Lin
coln to find such a good medicine."
For sale by all druggists.
NURSE WANTED
Any intelligent and competent young
woman who wishes to learn to be a
trained nurse should call on the super superintendent
intendent superintendent of the Ocala Sanitarium.
OPEX DAY AXD XIGHT
Merchants' Cafe, A. C. I depot cor corner.
ner. corner. Meals a la carte and lunches tt
any hour.
For every purroe or a flesh healing
l'TjimPTit for man or beast there is no
remedy more powerful than DARBY'S
PROPHYLACTIC FLUID. It is an al al-'dltion
'dltion al-'dltion to Its effectiveness on the fle?h a
! wonderful Internal remedy. It relieves
cramps, colic, dysentery, sore throat,
swollen tonsils and sick stomach. As
a disinfectant for the sick room it Is
of extraordinary xalue. It destroys
germs and purines the air. Added to
the water for bathing the face of a
fpvor natient it Is not only refreshing.
but It tends to allay the fever. Price
50c ber bottle. Sold by all drugglsts.

NO. 39.

Prices For Their

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Would You Rather Pay For a Pump Once When
You Buy It, or Pay For One Three
Or Four Times?
r
WInm you buy a pump poorly made from cheap, mate-,
rials you have only started to pay for it, for you have to pay
for a couple of others (Hiring the time a good one would
still he giving satisfactory service.
This isn't the worst feature of buying a cheap pump;
the annoyance and inconvenience it causes by getting out
of order is even worse than the expense. '"
The pumps we sell are the reliable, durable kind that
give lasting satisfaction. They run easily, flow the mot
water and do not require repairs of get out of order.
When you need a pump, it pays to buy one of ours,
and if you already have a poor one, it will pay you to buy
a good one from us NOW.

Marion Hardware Co.

Ocala,

ANNOUNCEMENT
Effective May 1st and Continuing Until November lBt
Wnin(fflsoir -EM
Jacksonville, Florida
WILL BE OPERATED ON TOE
EUROPEAN PLAN (Exclusively)
Finest Cafe in the State- in Connection
SUMMER RATES
Itooms Without Bath, $1.00 per Day and Up
Rooms With Bath - $2.00 per Day and Up
T. M. WIFSON, Proprietor and Manaacr

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OCAIA VSlNG STAR, WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 1912.

QD1IA EVENING STAR
Blttinger & Carroll Proprietor.
R. It. Carroll, ISaslnesa Manager.
J. H, Benjamin, Editor.

Entered In the postofflce at OcaU.

Fit., as second class mall matter.

dissolution of the United States Steel HITTING THE NAILS

corporation and endorse me goyern-1 nv T1IF HEADS

ment s suit against it.

enjoyed Mr.

LOCAL. LEGISLATION

Camber of iBMrtut Matters Attend

ed to at the Covaril Meetlaa
Lat Nlt
The city council met last night with

TRIBUTES FROM TEMPLE

The Star has recelred the following

appreciated letter dictated by Mr. C. A.

We have thorouzhly

August Belmont was the "angel" of rrank Harris' account of the troceed-

the democratic campaign fund of 1904,jjn?s at Baltimore. He writes with the
glrlng $250.0a to elect Parker. We ,kll, of the maater workman and his

all know how near Parker came to Lr.intnn. no matter how at variance the following members in attendance:

being elected. wlfh h, iwav rinsr with Chairman R. R. Carroll, Messrs. E. T.

sincerity and orieinality. Miami Me- Helvenston. F. G. B. Weihe, C. R. Ty-

Rer. W. H. Coleman will preach at trmolla dings. J. H. Taylor and II. A- Fausett.

Fellowship on the fourth Sunday ln . Minutes of the last regular meeting

July Instead of next Sunday. Thft Taft steam roller worked beau- of the special meetings, read and

tifullr but there is vet time for the approved.

LOOSE LEGISLATION rna i ihrA m.vv wrench A number of citizens were present

OBJECTED TO BY LIGHT Into the eears. Sanford Herald. desiring to be heard

Messrs. . ciyatt ana t.

at the Smith spoke against the city opening

SILVER SPRINGS

L. S. LJeht. ex-retresentative and I The reonblicans are mad

Temple, editor of the Southern Stock- J representative-elect of Marion county, news-gathering agencies because they the extension of Hill street in the

man and Farmer of Savannah: lav la Dixie: iriv more snare to news about Wilson ismitn ana uougnerty urani. siaung

"Mr. C. A. Temple having received a I During the evening session of the than to news about Taft. The agen- that it would confiscate a good deal

copy of the Illustrated edition of the I State Senate. May 24. 1911. the follow- cies can't help it. They give the most pi their property, as wen as property

nl Wklv Star for June 7th. 1912.1 Ine trmlr nli- Thtm mrcrc thlrt v. nrnmlnsnrs t r th most InfprMtln? 1 Of Other parties. Followed a lengtny

believes It Is to the editor of that Ta-1 three different bills acted on during Tamna Times. discussion, as to wnetner mere exist-

th h inAhti tnw hvin? tk. ttv. Af littoral led a street through the property. Old

done so. If Mr. Temple is correct. In I were read and more than 100 motions! Just because Mr. J. Coffin has been maps said so; more recent ones. not.

this belief, he desires to tender the made. There were 91 vote and roll nominated by the prohibitionists for The matter was finally again reierrea

editor his grateful thanks for this! calls. Twenty-six of the bills passed Icongressman-at-large 'tis no reason to the city attorney to comer wun me

courtesy and must at the same time land became laws had no opposition. I for one to believe that Mr. Claude city engineer and thresh out the ques-

cinrMi his srreat admiration for so lThlrtv-even different amendments 1 1.' Rn trie will be nolitically buried in I tion.

..l.jii., in. ,.. vf I n aaA t. Tint. I r-i lo tL-o Ts m TTca l.i i Mes.-r?. J. R. Moorhead and F. W.

Temnle has lived many years in Flor-1 sonville charter bill was one of the MCAteer aesirea to De neara. me ior

Ida and has seen no illustrated edition I bills the Senate acted on and there it is a good time for our young folks mer as to a bill which had been neld

from that state to equal It. Mr. Tern-1 were 28 amendments to this bill offer- to read Woodrow Wilson's History of up and the latter about the big drain

nle will take the pleasure of forward-led and passed. The Sanford charter the American People. The work was running under ms nuiiaing.

ing the editor the August issue of the (bill also passed with 13 different written when he was not candidate. It ir. H. a. waterman asKea tnat tne

Southern Stockman and Farmer." amendments. Were the bills turned will make any boy a better and bigger city or tne contractors mane gooa a

out that evening good or bad? There American to read these volumes from section of his cement sidewalk that

were no votes against the Jacksonville, the pen of the scholar-statesman. Al- had given away. The clerk was in-

nor the Sanford charter bills. Jack- though Southern-bred and Southern- structed to demand or tne contractors

MEETIXO OF TWO GREAT HEX

Representative Oscar W Underwood I sonville Is already tired of its charter educated, Wilson writes and pleads for to replace the work.
t Aiafcam mt fiftrn'or Woodrow bill and is crying for the next legisla- a bigger and broader Americanism. Dr. D. M. Doney petitioned to be al-

History rightly read prepares for fu- lowed to graze his horses and cattle on

Af AlaKama mt nnvfrnor Woodrow

wn. T....V frtt. th nratlture to give it a new one. Jackson

time Tuesday when he went from vllle wants the governor to call an ex- ture work, and saves from narrow pro- the city's lot. formerly called Taylor's

w..hin.m tft Tr.mnn for th xrea tra session of the legislature to please vincialism. Arcadia News

f n.vmP hia r.nct. to the U few of the people in that city.

The

pond. Petition was filed for reference

Mr. Proctor asked to have automo-

Many papers refer to the games at bile "cense transferred to him. Same

I i I 1 r 0 Abo v if (11a onl

UViUW i SiiV aa vsaa m av 9 w r .
want a rest. Little or no consideration St(Wlkholm as the oivmoiad." The was granted.

- i I la ziven measures rushed through as lni, nt .iir.0. 1 Communications

aiai. bitcu expruseu greaicsi picas- i i , i uijiuiiiau a nc irv v, c

ure In meeting the other. After a brief was uone rB w.o ccuwB.

conference, the governor and the con

gressman motored to the Country Club I THE XEXT LADY

for luncheon. I of the white house

Mallet aad Maay Other Flak la the
River asd Rib -EsraraJoa a the
City ef Oral a aaday

Silver Springs. July IT. Owing to
the heavy rains Silver Springs run and
the Oklawaha river are still very high,
causing lots of fish to run up into
these beautiful streams. Large schools
of mullet can be seen every day. Mr.
J. L. Smoak has been spearing some of
them and says they are the finest ever.
A party of young and oU folk char chartered
tered chartered the City of Ocala last Saturday
and took a run down the river and had

a picnic at Eureka. Miss Beulah. the

beautiful young daughter of Mr. Robert
Holly, and her brother, Ray Holly.

were the leaders. The day was well

spent in playing different games, drink

ing cold -soda and eating ice cream

furnished by J. L. Smoak who. Captain

Mathews says, knows how' to make ice
cream.
Mr. Smoak has recently discovered a
boiling sulphur sprinc within ten feet
of the banks of the Oklawaha river,
which he says is the finest sulphur
water he has ever drank. Next Sunday
the City of Ocala will take a larce
party to thee springs, leaving Silver
Springs at 9 a. m. Everybody is in invited
vited invited to go and see the newly discov discovered
ered discovered springs and drink to their satis satisfaction.
faction. satisfaction. Mr. Smoak invites the news newspaper
paper newspaper men and women of Ocala to go
on this trip free. Fare for round trip.
CO cents to the puMip. : The boat will
land at Los Kis., after viewing the
new springs and sive the party a few
hours to eat lunch and rest, returning

about 3 p. m. Don't miss this trip if

you wish to have a good time.

Mrs. Harper, who has been spending

some time In Jacksonville and Table

Beach, returned home Sunday.

were read from

ing between the games. Tampa Tri- clvI1 Engineer Arthur Pugh of At
hl.np lanta, the city's arbitrator in the ap

praisement or tne water worxs, ana

We. hane neo-ole in Florida on cir- from Mr- T- H- Powell, secretary for

cumatantial evidence, and innocent ine Doara OI security noiaers oi me

. ..,... v. t smt vt a, ro,. 0 a nr water company at Macon, tsotn com-

The assessor must have laughed vvnat every woman in me loucu som itnm.

when he made the figures,

In a prominent store who

about twenty per, pays taxes

liimilpsil an1 flffv rinilara worth of ner

. ... l i : i v, l b.nn.i.,

nnai nronertv. On of the wealthiest an. Her eyes are brown ana very mer 3 eiei-uuu w.vut .w3

I I J Tlrtrt1 Tmi-nnl

men in the city, with one of the finest sweet and large. Tney are savea irom nu wnwnu-x

too much sweetness by highly arcnea

laughed

One clerk States wants to know Just now might Kietcner ana nis associates win never

nulls down be embodied In a single question: convince me average iai
puns 1 c . r .. I ... m v, a I Dr. Tvdiners offered two ordinances.

on two what Is Mrs. wooarow wnson une: wcic cnuusn v - ...
I ... Li j m j , t j I nnA rallinrr for thp xtpnmn tT t Via

-I Mrs. wuson is a Drown-naireu wum- i lmuuhuj v. v. i ....

IRVIXE ITEMS

residences, gorgeously furnished, ts

assessed one hundred dollars on his eyebrows. You never saw a stupid

. i ... ma lr so I ixmman with an arhi1 vhrnv. Her

anarchists. Miami Herald. features are small and regular they Corre-poadent Offer a Saggeatlon for h"e, V16

a ,,i n .amA ., in I suggest, in fact, a Victorian minia- the Fair Bad Condition of Road

I A T T I m saw. 1 n V.

mh, of ni-rk mhanl.. sense mat statutes oi .ivia. aB

tc. younK men making good wages, rIPP'na are matronly, but not as the

in .iorwfin .uanon time and referred

Irvine. July 17. Dr. J. L. Davis and committee.

proposed brick paving on Fort Kin

avenue from the corner of the Hotel
Harrington to McDuffy's stable, a dis distance
tance distance of two blocks. The other au authorizing
thorizing authorizing the paving of Oklawaha ave-

C. L. railroad or Os

ceola street, east to the city limits.

Both ordinances were read for the first

to the judiciary

MARTEL

word Is usually employed to convey wire ana niece, sarnie ram. uueuueu

Mr. Weihe, for the judiciary com

and having as much benefit out of our :.,... Uh tit,i at niltchton last week mittee, asked for further time on the

city government as any rich man In it, ine u.e VL 4A1!sa tt3 p-" Vlth, of Fleminerton kas company's ordinance, referred to

twho pay no personal tax. whatever. P"sul"- m w. hr. vndav that committee.

So it Isn't consistent to oe an anarcn- v . .1 pi,.0. Poian -n her thJ The city attorney was instructed to

n VI lllf ChllVAf Oil CkltajS ssvmb'" I

last verse of the famous lines be- ooys were visitors r riuay.

. I Dnr.lr cr CV,A nraa a nhantom of MTS. J. K. MiXSOn 13 VISlting Tda-

..uu"rnur B,ra"W4 ,u Ti-ht- mia-ht hen written to or tlves in Denmark. S. C. her old home, paving wan oricK or exposition street

Una numbers among nis relatives ana "-"- " M, Mlxson wm join her in a few days from the Intersection of Magnolia

v aiavtia atshvvtA r t w r a r a r nanniA nrivvvv -

1st yet awhile.

draw and present to the council an another
other another ordinance, providing for the

friends some of the best people of
Ocala. The governor seems to be a

hard-headed, hot-tempered and per

haps too roughly-spoken man. but
none of these traits are crimes. It Is
not unlikely that his defiance of some
of the moneyed Interests has a great

deal to do with the trouble he is hav

skill;

A perfect woman, nobly planned

In sr At inv rat thn dod1 of flouth

Carolina and the country generally AO warn- lu cnun u cu

rn't afford to condemn him on tha Ana a 8P'"1 81111 ana origni

made-to-order evidence that has been Wifn omething of angelic light

i am no entnusiast. unce upon

time I interviewed the wife of

and when

framed up against him.

And now I see with eyes serene ana come oac wun ner. -i

The very pulse of the machine; our star man route nas cnangea. i-- .t '' V

A being breathing thoughtful breath; going from Lenker via rairneia ana s"'""'""' uMrsUu P,t.
A traveler between life and death; Irvine to Orange Lake and return, giv- The specifications for paving Fort
A reason firm, the temperate will. ing us good service. The new carrier, King avenue. on file.: were adopt-
Endurance. foresigbt. strength and Mr. Dodd. Is very efficient and oblig- d and ordered embodied in the

The Irvine Crate & Basket Company Tn fire alarm system in the fire sta sta-has
has sta-has shut down for repairs. The an- tion all being the personal property
nual meeting of the company Is Just of the chief, Mr. H. S. Chambers, the
over. The manager, Mr. L. K. Ed- council ordered warrant drawn to re rewards,
wards, rewards, is wearing a broad smile and imburse him for same, $350.
more and better business is expected Mr. Helvenston called the attention
next year. tne council to the lot in the rear of
Mr. G. M. Blitch and wife were visit- Mr. Jerry Burnett's building and west
ors last week. Mr. Blitch has recently of the city market, where there Is a
sold his farm and large timber In- Jungle of bushes, and water Is stand-

But to emphasize the quality of Mrs. terests and joined the knights of theP"- me matter was referred to the

Wilson's gentleness and high breeding grip. city oara oi neaitn. to report to tne

Mr. Jack Williams of Citra was here councu. wnen me question oi lmprov-

a large I tne property will be taken up
. I : i. i

ge grove Interest in this lu;

end of the county and when he puts Mr. Caldwell, superintendent of the
his shoulder to the wheel something electric light plant, submitted a sketch
. . . .Via J 11

moves, we need more or these Kind U1 piuiucu puihb eiecinc aiarra

a 1
a!

I

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Over EDO American citizens are Iso- preiuenw.i cauuiuai.

lated at various points along the Mex- am wna w uiri .y
xt.i r.n.a t I Impressions In four words she Is a

" I 1 T t Y. T 1

. K ..K.t. nrlm In ftn oo- I CUU. X WISH A MKU.

quence of their reverses, are in an

nrlv tamnr. It mv not h dlnlomat

-i.- w... k TTi.li3 to do it an injustice. One might as

States would give one of these little exc,alm over the Pfume of a Saturday. Mr. Williams has
States would give one of these Uttle ros.New York World. farm and orange grove interest

iiaiiu'niuciivau uaituug auwii a nai-

loping that no greaser would dare to

look at the American flag with his hat I CHILDREN'S DAY AT FELLOWSHIP

on. our own people ana tne rest or tne paiiowahln men In thls action. There are sev- r call bell, to be located on the south
world would feel much better for the I Edltortar. I went to euowsmp Uiio rtf tha eonaro ani ra in,o

next hundred years.

church last Sunday. It la about ten

miles west of Ocala.

Th mr hti roelved a. hAautlfuliv I at 10 o'clock -Sunday school was in

designed and executed booklet pub-1 session. It was Children's Day and

llshed iby the board of trade of Fort I the essays, speeches and drills or tne

Myers to show the advantages and at-pupU3 were fine. They acquitted thenv-

tractions of "The Gate City of the "elves most nobly. The superintendent

Tropics." Falling Into the hands of 1 19 quite a pleasant man and was mas-

any denlren of the frost-bitten north, ter or the situation. I knew only
it will make him want to remove tolr. Beck, who introduced me to quite

Fort Myers Tight away. I a number of the good people that were

there, Including Mrs. Beck and Miss

The New York World says the post-Alta Beck, his daughter. When the

office department has made a rule by I Sunday school exercises were over the

which any postmaster can refuse to I congregation repaired to the grove

deliven mall thru the general delivery I near the spring, where the good peo

to women unless they have orders fromPIe had erected a table something near

their parents, husbands or guardians. 20 feet long. In a few minutes the

The United States is as bad as Russia &ood ladies had the contents of their

In some things now and a few morelbaskets placed on the table, and ev-

yeara of republican party rule wllleryDody wa8 invited to come and help

make It worse. itnemseives. I nave never seen a more

delicious repast. I think the church

A dollar lost by Colonel John Jacob at that place has the right name for

Astor to Mrs. Archibald Forbes, a New I every person and everything seemed
York lady, at their last game of bridge! to In perfect fellowship. After ev-

before the Titanic wreck, will be theory one had eaten to their hearts con-

foundation for a monument to the vie- tent, there was still enough lert ror

tlms of the great disaster. We never supper. I have not enjoyed myself so

played bridge, but If we had .every weu anywhere since i nave Been in

dollar wm ha va loat a f nnkr. wa miiiM I lOrida. J. U. b.

provide for a monument for ourself.

eral thousand acres of as good land as side of the square, and was instructed

When I arrived I there is in Florida for sale here, and to order at once any equipment for
tM in I we want some good men with money same which could not be had here.

to develop it. Come this way. A"e contractors who are erecting

A word in behalf of those who ex- the "ew city barns and stable on the
pect to exhibit poultry at the fair this cit' property In the first ward, were

winter. The noultry exhibit at the requested to execute a bond to the city

fair last winter was probably the best for the faithful performance of the

with one exception of any department, work in tne amount of ?1,000

and the quarters were the worst. If The clerk read the report of the in

the fair management will build nice. spect,on of dalrjes of the city by Dr.

clean, airy quarters this year, we will

showi you one of the best poultry ex

TITCOMB'S XEW TITLE

Miami preachers have put hell back

on the map. their action In the easel Judge F. J. Titcomb, state protec-

belng caused by Pastor Russell and I tor of convicts, returned this morning

the International Bible Students As-1 to Tampa. He has been in the city

oclatlon, who abolished the place of (several days on business. St. Peters-

lire and brimstone some days ago. And burg Independent.

we had Just begun to feel comfortable.

I basket iMCN'ir: p.tn ni iTriiTftv

Hubert Latham, the Anglo-French

airman ana one oi me pioneers or i ThrA win KavA ntMiiA a ria v

heavler-than-air aviators, was killed (drove, midway between Blltchton and

y a wua ourraio auring a nunt in tne Morrlston. August 2. 1912. Several

French Soudan a few days ago.

The battered bodies of Melvin Vanl Vanl-man
man Vanl-man and his comrades, lost in the
wreck of the great airship off Atlantic
City, have been rescued from the
waves, and given burial.

Tampa Is paying 2 cents apiece for
rat scalps, and all the seacoast cities
have embarked In a crusade against
the pestiferous rodents, who are accus accused
ed accused of spreading the bubonic plague.
We don't suppose the plague ever
gains any foothold In China.

We don't know Just how much the
Hays-Paancefote treaty ties our hands,
but the Panama canal Is being dug
with our own money, and if our states statesmen.
men. statesmen. In reply to Great Britain's objec objection
tion objection to our coastwise ships going thru
It free, tell her to go chase herself,
they will have the solid backing of
our people.

The tip given by our Irvine corres correspondent
pondent correspondent to the managers of the Mar Marlon
lon Marlon County Fair is worth noticing.
Thirteen thousand cotton mill em employes
ployes employes at New Bedford. Mass.. have
gone on a strike.

Clarence Passmore, a 17-year-old
toy of Chicago, lost his life by plung plunging
ing plunging into a canal to save an English
sparrow.

Members of the House committee
headed by Representative Stanley of
Kentucky and known as the Stanley
ateel trust Investigating committee,
have practically agreed to recommend

speakers will be Invited to make ad addresses,
dresses, addresses, and there will be a ball game
In the afternoon. Everybody Is invit invited
ed invited to come and have a good time. Re Refreshments
freshments Refreshments will be served by a spe special
cial special committee.

ANNUAL PICNIC AT OXFORD

Oxford. Fla., July 15, 1912.
We wish to announce that on Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. August 3. will be held our annual
picnic and barbecue. The public Is
cordially Invited. We promise to have
plenty of dinner to feed the crowd,
and we shall use our best efforts to
show the crowd an agreeable day.
Respectfully,
T. J. Bailey, Committee.
I. P. Rainey.
Leon Griggs,

Hugh C. Sparkman, formerly of Zolfo
and Wauchula, but more recently in
the newspaper business at Perry and
then at Lake City, Is hard to keep out.
He sells out. but breaks in at another
place. He Is now publishing a paper
at Marlanna. We congratulate old
Jackson In capturing a booster and
fighter. He stands up for his own
people, no matter where he works.
Arcadia News.

NOTICE TO MEMBERS OF
THE OCALA BOARD OF TRADE

At the meeting of the board of
trade held June 19th it was decided to
change the dues from $12 annually to
25, and the secretary be Instructed to
publish for thirty days.
R. C. Muncaster, Secy.

H W. Counts, the meat and milk in

spector. These reports varied from

hlbits this part of the state has ever points, wnicn Dareiy passes, to ii

points, ine latter score was made on
Mr. Jack Camp's dairy. 600 points is

seen.
Quite a number of our citizens ex
pected to attend the Children's Day ex

perfect, or the highest possible score.

ercises at Fellowship Sunday, but on ine reports were niea ior mrormatlon.

account of sickness, bad weather and Attention of the street department
soft roads not many went. The exer- was called to several bad places in the
cises were good. The crowd looked streets and same ordered repaired by

and hphnvAd thetr verv best. The the superintendent

very

rain well, not much. But the roads
they were all one was looking for and
more. The county commissioners
must sure have something against
those -people in the west end of the
county for to my personal knowledge
some of the public roads between Flem-

There being no further business the

council adjourned.

CANDLETt

Martel, July 16. Dr. A. A. Toucher

was here last Thursday.

Mrs. W. T. Mangum and little son

spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. L.

F. Dillard.

Miss Isabelle Rooney of Orlando is
visiting her uncle. Rev. J. R. Rooney

and family for a few weeks.

A number of our citizens were In

Ocala la.et Saturday leaving a portion
of their month's wages with the mer

chants of the county seat.

Miss Maud McAteer of Ocala is

spending a few days with her sister,

Mrs. Dillard.

Mrs. B. I. Freyermuth is enjoying a
two weeks visit from her daughter,
Mrs. R. C. Sutherland of Christina.
On last Friday evening a fine lot of

our townsmen, also some from the sur

rounding country, met at the W. O. W.

hall and were piloted through the
mysteries of Pythian knighthood by a
team of Ocala's most loyal Knights.
Deputy G. C. Wm. Gober presided over
the meeting and was ably assisted by
Messrs. Jake Brown. Charles Goddard,
Frank Wetherbee. Pat Winfree and
Sam Igou. After all the candidates
had succeeded in completing the first
two laps of their perilous Journey
their strength and courage -was re revived
vived revived by partaking of a supper con consisting
sisting consisting of plllau and other "eats." The
inner man being" satisfied the candi candidates
dates candidates proceeded on the last but"not the
least stretch of the journey. When all
had won the right to wear the golden
spurs of Knighthood, Judge Gober
proceeded to the work of organizing
Bijou Lodge No. 124, K. of P. with the
result that the following officers were
elected and duly installed: C. X.
Hampton, C. C; A. B. Kemp. V. C; J.
C. Beasley, K. of R. and S.; Rev. J. B.
Rooney, prelate: A. A. Whittle, M. of
F.; J. A. Nelson. M. at A.; C. W. Beas Beasley.
ley. Beasley. M. of W.; W. B. Newbern. I. G.:
J. H. Hicks, O. G. The new lodge was
organized under very flattering cir circumstances
cumstances circumstances and they already have
enough applications ahead, 'to give
them degree work for some time to
come. It is also rumored that they
have ordered an outfit of regalia that
would do credit to a town of much
larger size than Martel.' Bijou Lodge
will for the present at least, meet ev every
ery every Thursday night and they wish to
extend a cordial invitation to all visit visiting
ing visiting Knights.
Rev. Bunyan Stephens, the Baptist
minister of Ocala, filled his first ap appointment
pointment appointment here last Sunday. Hiss free
and easy delivery, together with his

good, sound and logical doctrine made
a very favorable impression upon
those who were so fortunate as to
hear his discourse. After the preach preaching
ing preaching service six candidates for mem membership
bership membership In the Martel Baptist church
partook in the ordnance of baptism.
About thirty guests gathered at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Ausley en
Monday evening in response to an in invitation
vitation invitation to attend a phonograph con concert
cert concert and candy pulling. It goes with without
out without saying that the occasion was a
very pleasant one.

Candler, July 16. Mrs. Mary His His-cock
cock His-cock entertained Mrs. George Russell

ington, Blltchton and Berlin have not of Lake Weir the first of the week,
been worked in three years. The la- Mrs. John Mathews was called to
bor problem is bad enough but our Trilby Wednesday on account of the
road problem seems to be worse, and serious illness of Mrs. L. Allen.

something must be done. The people Mrs. Ed DeLong spent Wednesday
demand it, so let our county solons and afternoon In Ocala.
our lawmakers get busy. We are will- Mr. William Snyder left Wednesday

ing and able to pay for good roads, so I for his home in LaFayette, Ind. "Uncle

lets get right and do something. I Billy" is usually the first to arrive in

the fall, and the last winter visitor to

THE CHOICE OF A HUSBAND leave In the summer.

la too Imnortant a matter for a. woman nn- E- Carney paid our burg a

to be handicapped by weakness, bad "ei v,s11 mursaay

blood or foul breath. Avoid these kill-

Mr. Oscar. Hightower and Messrs.

I X J t

hopes by taking Dr. King's Life Pills. uru I1U ws aiaweu represented

New strength, fine complexion. purer-andIer m the Brick Clty Thursday.

Mrs. P. A. Fort and Phil. Jr.. went to

Ocala Friday to meet Miss Eunice
Loomis, who has been spending the
past three months in different part of
Massachusetts.
Mrs. Elliott accompanied by her son.
Duncan, spend Wednesday in Ocala.
The W. C. T. U. met Thursday after afternoon
noon afternoon in regular session.

breath, cheerful spirits things that
win men follow their use. Easy, safe,
sure. 25c at Tydings & Company.
Alma Zada Face Powder Is the beat
we have to offer at 50c. the box. The
Post Office Drug Stores.

The greatest enemy of childhood Is

undermines the constitution. The great

est enemy of Intestinal worms is
WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE. It
removes the worms and helps the child
back to strength, vigor and cheerful-

to spend the week end

with relatives and assist in the spe special
cial special exercises Sunday evening at the
W. C. T. U. of which a partial program
was printed in last week's issue.

Messrs. Nord Caldwell and William

ness Price 25 cents per bottle. Sold Marshaiy ,eft .Saturday for the peach

by all druggists

SAWMILL AND TIMBER FOR SALE
One small 10M capacity, portable
sawmill complete and timber for sale.
Apply or write Nathan Mayo, Summer Summer-field,
field, Summer-field, Fla.

orchards of northern Georgia.

Miss Annie May Williams is quite III

at her parents' home here.

A. M. Nason, farming near Canaan.
Me., was badly crippled with sciatic
rheumatism due he says to uric acid in
his blood. "Foley Kidney Pills entire entirely
ly entirely cured me and also removed numer numerous
ous numerous black specks that were continually
before my eyes." Foley Kidney Pills
are a uric acid solvent and are effect effective
ive effective for the various forms of rheuma rheumatism.
tism. rheumatism. Sold by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.

COTTAGES FOR RENT

Two five room cottages for rent;
new and well located. Apply to F. W.
Ditto.

A new supply of hair brushes Just In
at the Court Pharmacy. We invite
your Inspection before you buy.

Sprains require careful treatment.
Keep quiet and apply Chamberlain's
Liniment freely. It will remove the
soreness and quickly restore the parts
to a healthy condition. For sale by all
dealers.

WANTED To get your auto top
work; made new or recovered; backs,
cushions, slip covers, hoods, etc. Satis Satisfaction
faction Satisfaction guaranteed. Ocala Auto Top
Co., at McAteer's shop.

For summer diarrhoea in children al always
ways always give Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy and castor oil,
and a speedy cure Is certain. For
sale by all dealers.

LOYAIj order of moose
Ocala Lodge No. 699. Meets each
Thursday night in hall in Gary block.
Q. F. Mershon, Dictator.
3i L. Stapp, Secretary.

POLICEMEN ARE IMPLICATED

In the Murder of a Nw York Gambler,
Who Charged the Department With
Wholesale Graft
New York, July 17. Herman Rosen Rosenthal,
thal, Rosenthal, proprietor of a gambling house,
and whose sensational charges that
the police are guilty of graft and op oppression
pression oppression in protecting gambling houses
were to have been investigated today,
was shot and killed in front of the
Hotel Mgtropole. last night, by five
men who drove up to the place in a
taxicab. At least two witnesses of
the tragedy say that two of the five
men in the automobile were police policemen.
men. policemen. The murder of Rosenthal, following
as it does, publicity given the man's
complaint to the district attorney, and
the alleged fact that at least two of
the men in the auto which held the
murderers were policemen, has caused
a great sensation here. The murder
was committed right in the heart of
the city. Mayor Gaynor and the heads
of the city's legal department are pre preparing
paring preparing for the strictest of investiga investigations.
tions. investigations. There will be a dose investi investigation
gation investigation of the police department and
one of the bieest shakings up of the
force that has ever been known in
this city is certain to result.

CALVARY

M. J. Mor Mor-a
a Mor-a new barn

Calvary, June 16. Mr.
rison has Just completed

and put down a pump.
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Morrison and son
attended Children's Day at Fellowship
and report a fine time.
Last week while John Bell, colored,
anl son were absent from hom at
their work, Bell's wife and thr-e chil children
dren children packed up thf-'r clothes anJ left
for parts unknown.
Mr. M. J. Morrison was a business
caller in the Erick City Monday.

SPECIAL SERVICE?

t. Jaiue MI!oa, Jalj 1Mb aad lia
There will be a lecture delivered bv
the Rev. Mr. Little on Thursday eve evening
ning evening at 8 o'clock. Subject, Holy Com Communion.
munion. Communion. All members and friends are
invited. Friday morning at 7 o'clock
there will be a celebration of the holy
communion.
J. B. Brown, Minister.

CREDIT IS THE BASIS of the world's
commerce, for it would be impossi--ble
to transact the business of today
with cash.
"I promise to pay," and "pay to the order
of constitute eighty per cent, of the world's
circulating medium.
The man who saves a fortune is .usually
too old to enjoy it when it is made, and the
world would -go backward instead of forward,
were every one to get the "Saving habit"
The big things are done, not with cash,
but with credit, and the man who docs big
things is not the saver but the borrower.
Save enough to start the foundation with7
then add to that, moral character, thrift, econ economy
omy economy and the reputation of being l4on the
square," and you have a credit asset worth
more than the savings of a lifetime, t V
Start today; a bank account is the first step.

The Munrbe & Chambliss Bqn!i
OCALA, FLORIDA

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4G Professors and Instructors
28 Acres Campus
$1,000,000 Kmlowment
$10,000 Pipe Orjran
Vn.urpas.el General Equipment
17 University Buildings
50 Students Last Year
21,000 Volumes in Library
0 Larse Laboratories forJScience

Collepe of Liberal Arta
College of Technology
Preparatory Academy
School of Mechanic Arts
School of Fine Arts
School of Music
Normal School
College of lousiness
College of Law

Separate Dormltorlen for Voting; Men aad Youbb; Womea. Carefal Ad Ad-nilnlhtraf
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OCALA EVEXIXG STAR, WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 1012.

WHY YOU SHOULD BAM WITH

Tlie "ComnininierciaJl Bsmk

OF OCALA

First i Its shareholders are all horn e people, business men. professional

men and farmers. Their interests and yours are mutual. The bank's profits
remain right here In the community for the upbuilding of our town and
county.

OUR CERTIFICATES BE A II FOUIt PER CENT IXTEIIEST
f
seeoadi Its business Is governed with conservatism. Speculation plays no

part In Its conduct. It fosters and encourages home enterprises, all of which
make for soundness and satisfactory bank service.

ALLIGATOR RAIN COATS
They are the kind that don't leak. Guaranteed absolutely water waterproof
proof waterproof and will not crack or stick. We will cheerfully refund purchase
money or give a new coat for any coat not up to this guarantee. We
have a nice assortment of both riding and walking coats, fresh stock
and at moderate prices. We are headquarters for storm aprons, cur curtains,
tains, curtains, canopies and buggy tops. There Is no reason why you should not
protect yourself against the wet weather and prevent sickness and
doctor bills.
KNIGHT & LANG

A GENUINE BARGAIN IN REAL ESTATE
7 Lots 50 feet by 105 feet $175 each
1G Lots 50 feet by 105 feet $200 each
9 Lots 50 feet by 105 feet $225 each
1 Lot 50 feet by 105 feet $250
ARTESIAN WATER
$10 DOWN AND $10 PER MONTH. NO TAXES

Will consider a cash offer for the entire lot
JAMES B. DODGE

714 Blsbee Building Jacksonville. Florida

V.B, KELLER & CO.
(Formerly SmUIi & Roberts)
Funeral Directors and
Licensed Embalmers
Lady Assistant when required
Calls Answered Promptly Night
or Day, to All Parts ol City
; or Country
Parlors Located Between Ideal
Theater and Express Office
DAY PU0NE, 345
' NIGHT PHONE, 448

B. KELLER & CO.

I'll O POSITIONS FOR

HANDLING SCHOOL BOOKS

The board of public Instruction of

Marion county Invites propositions

from parties who are In position to

deal satisfactorily In the text books

that are authorized to be used in the

county schools. They would like for
all propositions to be presented and

ready for consideration at their next

regular meeting on August 5, 1912.

Any Information as to requirements

may be had by seeing J. II. Hrlnson,

secretary.

iiiiiiu uwwm

UUIILIl UUUUIUIL1IULU

-

Eagles meet tonight

Masons meet tomorrow night.

Moose meet tomorrow evening.

School books at the Ocala News Co.

Marsh's market will close tomorrow
afternoon at 2 o'clock.

Mr. J. F. Willett of Oxford wa3 at
the Ocala House last night.

Phone 284 for quick prescription service.

Miss Blanche Hall of Candler was In
town today.

Dr. A. IM I!lalH-k, phy!rlan, office
phase No. 132.

Mrs. J. R Evans of Whitney was at
the Ocala House last night.

Mr. R. O. Connor returned from Pa Pa-latka
latka Pa-latka today.

FOR RENT Offices In Holder build building.
ing. building. Apply to Davis & Martin.

Marsh's market will close tomorrow
afternoon at 3 o'clock.

Mr. O. H. Hill of Fort McCoy
at the Ocala House last night.

was

A new line of Congress card?. All
new designs, at the Court Pharmacy.

Miss Myrtle Whitfield returned from
Savannah today.

The Ocala News Company has school
books in stock.

Mr. Clarence Zewadskl has a
tion In the county clerk's office.

posi-

Phone 284 if you are In a hurry for
drugs and toilet articles.

Marsh's market will close tomorrow
afternoon at 3 o'clock.

You can save money by purchasing
second-hand and rebound books at the
Ocala News Co.

Mr. D. W. Tompkins left today for a
brief visit to Hare Lake In Polk county.

We have just received a supply of
tally cards, all new designs. The Court
Pharmacy.

Mr. Don Peabody left this morning
for a week's visit to his old home In
Sanford.

Look over the Court Pharmacy's
line of box stationery. The finest
paper that ever came to Ocala.

NOTICE FOR PAVING I1IDS

Mr. Ford II. Rogers, part owner of
the big Smith and Rogers farm at
Burbank, arrived today from Detroit.

WANTED Black Minorca chickens.
Apply to Mrs. J. W. Widner, Leesburg,
Fla., box 26.

Mr. Z. pinks, formerly of Lake
county, now of Espanola, was at the
Ocala House today.

FOR SALE One team or norses and
wagon. Apply to the Woodmar Sand
& Stone Company.

W. II. Marsh will close his market
tomorrow afternoon and every Thurs Thursday
day Thursday until September, at 3 o'clock.

V

7. G. BLANCHARD
CONTRACTORS BUILDER
PLANS FURNISHED
ON APPLICATION

Notice Is hereby given that on the

20th of August, A. D. 1912, the city
council of the city of Ocala, Marion

county, Florida, will consider bids for

the paving with vitrified brick, that
portion of Fort King avenue. In the

city or Ocala, to-wit: Beginning witn cook your next roast In a DaDer "basr.

the Intersection of said avenue on the ana get tne Dag from the Post Office

west side or Main street, running Drug Store. 25c. the package.

thence east three thousand eight nun-

area ana lorty-one xeet, containing ap- Miss Mildred Beville arrived from
proximately eleven thousand nine Jacksonville today and will be the

hundred and fifty square yards. guest of Mrs. Violet Towers

Said bids to be sealed and filed with

tne cierK oi ine city oi ucaia ai leasi Keep a smile on your face during
five days prior to above named meet- this wet weather by using Dike's

ing of said council; said bids to be Peroxide Cream at the Court Pharm-

made in accordance with specifications I acy

for such paving now on file at the

VICTOR L. MARTI NOT

Mclver & MacKay this morning re

ceived from Miss Marguerite Martinet.

at Ashville. N. C. a telegram an

nouncing the death of her brother Vic Victor
tor Victor at that place last night at mid midnight.
night. midnight. Victor Martinot was brought up in
Ocala and Is well known to all the
older residents. He was a quiet, stud studious
ious studious young man, a fine musician and
much given to the study of literature
and poetry, writing not a few excel excellent
lent excellent verses himself. He made a great
many friend, who will regret sincere

ly to hear of his early death.

Miss Martinot will arrive at 1:03 p.
m. tomorrow with her brother's re remains.
mains. remains. The funeral services will be
held at the Catholic church at

o'clock Friday morning, and the body
of the young man will be laid to Its

final rest by the side of his mother In

Greenwood cemetery. Mclver & Mac-

Kay will have charge of the arrange

ments.

BOARD OF TRADE

HANKS SET A GOOD EX AMPLE

Commencing July 18th the banks of
this city will close on Thursdays until
further notice at 1 p. m.
Ocala National Bank.
Commercial Bank.
The Munroe & Chambllss Bank.

ANOTHER WATCH GIVEN
AWAY TOMORROW

EVENING

Following is the program this eve evening
ning evening at the Air Dome:
"The Girlish Impulse." Drama.
"The Doll." Pathetic child story.
"The Dude Cowboy." A roaring
western comedy. There has never been
a funnier picture made than this one.
The prizes for tonight will be an
alarm clock given by Mr. Goldman, a
box of candy and a one-dollar bill.
Rain or shine there is always perfect
comfort at the Air Dome. Tomorrow
night the third of the watches fur furnished
nished furnished by Mr. Burnett will be given
away at the Air Dome. This watch
can be seen in Mr Burnett's window.

Meetlac Footpoaed I'atll Wedaeadar
ETealBK, July 24
Having been requested by several of
the newly appointed committee to
postpone the meeting of the board. In
order to give them time to formulate
their plans for future work, the meet meeting
ing meeting which was to have taken place to tonight,
night, tonight, is postponed until next Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, the 24th.
R. C. Muncaster, Secretary.

nREEZES FROM THE REACH

The Coast Line platform was lively
this afternoon with boys and girls,
members of a house party who left on
the 2:40 train for a happy week at
Stanton. The party consisted of Mrs.
D. R. Connor, chaperone. Misses Gladys
and Theo Wallis, Nellie Beckham. Alice
Sexton. Gladys Martin. Emma Perry,
Frances Tarver and Annie Stroude,
Messrs. Claude Ilickel, Dick Stroude,

George Looney, Cameron Gamsby, Joe

Borden, John Tarver, Pierre Rentz and
Sam Burford. Misses Katherine and
Mildred Pyles went down yesterday,
and all will be guests of Miss Juanita
Lytle.

0

P. O. BOX 46

OCALA. FLA.

0. J. PHILLIPS

Contractor and Builder

Plans and Specifications Furnished

Upon Request.
129 South Third Street
OCALA b LOIIDA

city clerk's office In Ocala, Florida.

The city council reserves the right

to reject any and all bids submitted.

J. D. Robertson, Mayor.
R. R. Carroll,
President of the City Council.

Attest: II. C. Slstrunk, City Clerk.

Miss Leafy Sylvester passed thru

the city yesterday returning to her
home in St. Petersburg from North

Carolina.

RATS AND MICE

Can furnish from one setting to one

thousand pure bred Rhode Island Red
eggs for hatching at $10 per hundred.

Ed Carmlchael, Ocala.

All citizens who are Interested are

Mr. W. L. I lane, who came here

EDWARD DRAKE
CIVIL ENGINEER,
DRAUCi nTSMAN

AND CONTRA CTOH

hereby asked to take a hand In the SOme weeks ago from Rockwell, the
warfare against rats and mice, since victim of a severe attack of tynhoid

these pests are known to be the prin- fever. Is able to be out again.

cipal means of conveying bubonic

piague wnicn at present tnreaiens to Are you Interested In paper bag

spread Into America from Europe and cooking? If so come to us for your

elsewhere. Lse rat traps, cats, poison sunnlv of the baes. 25e the nackaee

and even the small boy might be utiliz- Post Office Drug Store.

i ed by offering him a bounty per capita

on the rat. Ocala Board of Health.

HERE IT IS
"You're right, my boy, this is the
Ideal, where you get your money's
worth and have one solid hour of en enjoyment."
joyment." enjoyment." Tonight we have an all
feature propram. Look it over:
"Alkali Bests Bronco Billy." Featur Featuring
ing Featuring Mr. Anderson, "King" of moving
picture cowboys.
"One is Business, the Other Crime."
A fine Biograph "nuf sod."
"The Waif of the Sea." Don't miss
this one, a. beautiful story well acted.
Dollar bill given tonight. Double

votes given tonight In the Popular

Lady Contest. Following is the stand standing
ing standing of the contestants:
Miss Hazel Feltham 750

Miss Jettie McConn 140
Miss Gertrude Peyser 130
Mrs. Looney 60

Miss Edna Smith -. 60

Miss Annie Pearl Liddon 30

Miss Alice Bullock 30

Miss Fannie Sage 20

Miss Katherine Livingston 20
Miss M. Davis 10

Mrs. George Feltham 10
The Prettiest Girl in Town 10
Great interest has been shown in

this contest which closes July 31st,
and now that the standing has been
shown, there will be a rush of votes

for all the contestants.

THE BARGAIN OF YOUR LIFE

Accurate Building Plant, Blue Prints

and Specifications made. Lands Sur-

reyed and Platted. Close Estimates
Dade on Erection of Buildings of any

character by contract or on commts
Ion basis, write or consult me at
Nortfcweat Corner Ocala House flloek
OCALA - FLORIDA

Gilbert "Proctor, charged with the

murder of his father, P. J. Proctor, is

having his preliminary trial this aft

ernoon.

$600 spot cash will buy a 1911 model

Hudson touring car. fully equipped, FOR RENT The Bell residence. 198

aj-norsepower. in nrst class condi- East Adams street; two-story, seven

tion in every respect. You'll have to rooms and bath. Apply to Joseph Bell.

hurry If you want it. Inquire at this city.

office.

Mr. N. P. Sears has resigned his po

isever leave home on a Journey with- sltlon as night clerk in Dewey's Cafe

out a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, land gone to the country. Mr. Jake

Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It Is Wiggins has taken the position

almost certain to be needed and can

not be obtained when on board the Rexall Cold Tablets do the work.

cars or steamships. For sale by all Can give you the formula If you like

i dealers.

What Arc You Paying?

3c
iiiiitjiiiii.

FOR SALE A five-passenger Hud

son touring car In good running order.

Price way down for quick sale. Apply

J. II. Smith, P. O. Box 35. 7-9-6t

25c. the package

Drug Store.

at the Post Office

Fretful babies need the comforting

effect of M'GEE'S BABY ELIXIR. It

quiets reverisnness, corrects sour

Mr. Ernest Rawls came down from

Jacksonville yesterday on his way to

Fellowship, where he will spend a few

days with relatives.

Quality!
1 First y

This is the market where QUALITY
Is the predominating feature together

with CLEANLINESS and RE A SON A-

When In Jacksonville stop with Mrs

E. L Maloney. at the Glrard. No. 11

stomacn, cures cone pains and checks East Duval street. Just off Main. Best

diarrhoea. It Is a perfectly safe and 75c. room In the eltv.

wholesome remedy, containing no

opium, morphine or injurious drug of

any kind. Trice 23c. and 50c. per bot

tle. Sold by all druggists.

WANTED By the King's Daughters.

a comfortable rocking chair for a tired

mother with a sick baby. Just notlfy

the Star office or Mrs. C. L Blttinger.

Mrs. Julia Palmer of Dunedin. after

a visit to her son Whitfield in this
city, left yesterday for a visit to her

son Harry In Jacksonville.

In these days of high cost of living.

a medicine that gets a man up out of i

Do not leave any standing water

about your yard, particularly rain wa

ter nunareas and thousands of mo

squitoes are the result.

Ocala always holds her end un. Her

BLE TRICES It Is the market where bed and able to work In a few days Is company at the state encampment had

you are sure or tne Desi your money i a valuable and welcome remedy. John! its fair proportion In all things, and

will buy plus good, couorteous, prompt Heath. Michigan Bar. Cal., had kidney rather above the average in some

service. and bladder trouble, was confined to

These hot days are the days that his bed, unable to turn without help.

prove the excellence of our refrlgerat- commenced using Foley Kidney

Ing equipment and our sanitary con- Tills and can truly say I was relieved

ditlons will YOU prove them to at once." His example Is worth fol

YOUR OWN satisfaction by trying us? lowing. Sold by Anti-Monopoly Drug

store.

Mr. J. C. Beasley, one of Martel's

leading business men, will leave Fri

day for Glenville. Ga.. where he will

combine business with pleasure for

ten days.

PHONE 108.
XV. II. MARS IT, Proprietor.
FORMERLY EDWARDS, MARKET

lOLEYBEIDNEYPniS

Backache KiwwBubo

Right In your busiest season when

WANTED To repair, upholster or j you have the least time to spare you

refinlsh your furniture. Satisfaction I are most likely to take diarrhoea and

guaranteed. Ocala Auto Top Co., at I lose several days time, unless you
McAteer's shop. Ihave Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and

Diarrhoea Remedy at hand and take a

Bathing caps, and they are beauties, I dose on the first appearance of the

too, at the Court Pharmacy. I disease. For sale by all dealers.

OUR

PfflCIES

Lord de la Ware Tomato Soap

per can 6c

Diamond "C" Ham per lb. 17 l-2c

Star Ham per pound 18c

Large Bucket Cottolene..$1.30

Medium Bucket Cottolene.. 50c
Best Creamery Butter per lb. 35c

3 lbs. Tub Butter $1.00

3 pkgs. Jello and Ice Cream

Powder 25c

3 pkgs.liplon's Jelly Tablets 25c
3 Sunbeam Corn Flakes ... 22c

3 cans 5c Gold Evaporated

Milk 10c

3 Dutch Cleanser 2c

3 Van Camps Hominy 25c

15 1-2 lbs. Granulated Sugar

lor $1.00

Old Country Blend Tea, lb. 50c

Gallons Oil 60c

Pkg. Becker's Oatmeal 10c

Full Cream Cheese per lb 20c

Henrv Vinegar, per gal 35c
Salt Bacon He

13 lbs. Best Rice $1.00

24 lbs. Henry Clay Flour $1.00

12 44 50c

Cream oi Wheal, per pkg., 15c
Wesson Oil 30c
Compound Lard, per lb.,.. 11c
Irish Potatoes, per peck, 35c
CARMHOIJAS CO.

laterentlaa; Itrna Hearardlaa; Oeala'a
Coloay bj- the Orraa
Seabreeze. July 15. Messrs. W. S.
Knight, S. T. Sistrunk and Frank Har Harris,
ris, Harris, Jr., left for home thli morning In
the former's Overland car. which was
bought through Harry Tompson of
Daytona. Mr. Abecrombie drove the
car.
Mrs. Ralph Evenderson and Miss
Mary Evenderson were hostesses of a
most charming little dinner party
Thursday evening given In honor of
Misses Louise and Ethel Borland of
Citra. who were their classmates at
Rollins College. This party was given
at Miss Evenderson's home in Sea Seabreeze.
breeze. Seabreeze. Mrs. D. B. Hargraves of DeLand has
Judge Stewart's house "Beachview,"
for the summer and keeps one of the
most delightful boarding houses on
the peninsular. With Mrs. Hargraves
Is her lovely daughter Miss Sarah, and
little Misses Mabeth. Elizabeth and
Gillen Hargraves.
Mrs. Talmage Dupree. who Is spend spending
ing spending the summer with her parents. Mr.
and Mrs. J. B. Borland in the Miami
cottage, spent the week end with Mr.
Dupree In Jacksonville.
Arrangements are being fast com completed
pleted completed for the construction of a con con-crete
crete con-crete bridge, which will be free to the
public, across the Halifax river be between
tween between central and south bridges. The

company who is doing It will put in a

treet car system and it exnects to

ave the work finished by February

St.

Mrs. R. S. Hall and sons. Earl and

Robert, much to the regret of their
many friends, left Saturday for home.
Mr. Tucker drove Mrs. Hall's car thru

on Sunday.

Mrs. M. M. Bond and daughter, Mrs.

Lewis Long and little Miss Murray
Louise Long and Master Frankie Bond
of Lake Helen are at "Beachview" for
the season.

Mr. V. A. Strlngfellow Is a frequent
s well as a popular visitor to the

beach from DeLand. Other frequent
visitors from the same place are
Messrs. George Foote, Godfrey Dreka,
Billy Pete, Charles Cannons. Fred Mc Mccormick,
cormick, Mccormick, C. P. Garrison and Dr. Bow-

en.

The happy house party being given

by Mr. Jim Rentz was Joined yester

day by Mr. Clarence Meffert and Miss

Mary Burford. Mr. Meffert came thru

in his Regal car and Miss Burford

from Atlantic Beach, where she had
been with her parents. ". Mr.'' ; Frank

Harris. Jr., much to the sorrow of each

member, left for home tbday. "Mr.
Harwin Courtney, another popular

member, also left today.'

Friday at "Falrview," the beautiful

country home of Mr. James Alexander
on Lake Winnemessette. Mr.' W. A.

Stringfellow, who lives with his uncle,
entertained at dinner Mrs. S. T. Sis Sis-trunk,
trunk, Sis-trunk, Misses Ethel Borland, Annie At Atkinson,
kinson, Atkinson, Virginia Sistrunk and La-

Grange Sistrunk. The day was Ideal

and a happier one was never spent by

he fortunate guests.
Mr. Howard Williams, who is well

known to many Ocalans, came yester

day from Jacksonville to spend a fort

night with his sister, Mrs. Hague.

Harriet Ashton is the name given to

the sweet little baby who arrived at

the home of Mr. and Mrs. William
Roxby, Jr., on July 4th. Other happy
parents receiving congratulations upon
tlve arrival of an heir are Mr. and Mrs.

Hush Bracey and Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Hamlin of DeLand. Mr.-Bracey, dur during
ing during the summer that so many .Ocalans
were at Seabreeze, was one of the most
popular young men In Daytona. Mrs.

Hamlin, before her marriage, was
Miss Annie M. Atkinson and has a

wide circle of friends In the state.

Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bryant and baby

are at the Mayfield for an Indefinite

Ijtay.

Mrs. Celeste Ilinks Is the popular

manager of the Seaside Inn for the
season and her daughter. Miss Lee

Bowers, has charge of the Daytona
Beach hotel. Both are expecting large

crowds for the two coming months.

Mr. and Mrs. John Martin, Miss

Sarah Tearl and W. M. Martin and An

nie Benton Fuller spent Friday in De-

Land. They were accompanied home

by Mrs. John F. Williamson, Mrs. Mar

tin's sister, who will spend two weeks

on the beach.

Last week Mrs. Kochenspherger sold

the lot on which the Kissimmee cot

tage stands at $30 a front foot to an

Atlanta man, who will build during

the fall an eight thousand dollar

home. Many beautiful houses have

been constructed In Seabreeze during

the past year, and property even on

the back streets Is advancing steadily

In price.

Mr. Nathan Goldman has returned
from Jacksonville, where he attended
the state encampment of the militia.

and is again in his store, the Fashion

Mr. Goldman had a long talk with

Govenor Albert W. Gilchrist and i

now a strong friend of tha estimable

gentleman. i.

Mr. Welch Dewey left this morning

for a week's visit to friends in Day
tona.

Mrs. H. S. Chambers and her mother,
Mrs. Blocker, returned" this morning

from their visit to the lake.

is an asset that every man should oun. To da tziris
properly, yon most have a checking account. Tfccrc b
one best bank to open such an account with, and Xtzt Is
THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK.
We atford our depositors every facility consistent vVh
sound banking and respectfully; solicit your accent,
whether it be large or small.-

CAPITAL FULLY PAID IX 7MH
H. D. 8TOKES. Cashier.
JNO. L. EDWARDS. Pre. CLARENCE CAMP. Vies, Prs.

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When You Can't Find It Anywhere Else.
This remark is made in our store most every day by
PEOPLE WHO KNOW. Some new goods fust in:
Cheese, Roquefort, Gorgonzola, Camambert, Chester, Brie, Parme Parmesan,
san, Parmesan, LImburger, Peck's Club Chedder, Swiss Cheese, Club Cheese
in medium and large jars. Pimento, Welsh Rabbit, Sap Sago,
Edam. Shipment Philadelphia Cream Cheese every, ten da)-s.
Liver Sausage with Truffles. Puree de Foi3 Gras for Sandwiches.
Pate de Fois Gras with Truffles. Sardines in Glass. Truffles.
Anchovy and Bloater Paste. Game Paste in Tubes. Puree of Game
In Tins. Caviar. Sardellen. Ring Anchovies. Capers. Dundee
Jame and Marmalade. Brands' A-l Sause. Onion Salt.
GRECIAN FULL GROWN RIPE IlLACK OLIVES, preserved In
Pure Olive Oil and Wine Vinegar. Black Olives are. more nutri nutritious
tious nutritious and delicious than ordinary green olives, because they are
full grown, ripe and have gathered the beneficial elements and
properties of their entire growth. 25c. a bottle. Order today.

ABSOLUTELY PURE FILTERED JUICE OF LEMONS,
for use and cheaper than lemons, in bottles, 10c. and 25c.

Ready

KNORR'S BOUILLON CUBES. Perfection for Picnics, Fishing
Trips and Home Use. Place the cube in a breakfast cup and add
boiling water. Stir and you have a cup of excellent. Invigorating,
'. beef tea. 3c; a cube. ";; V an;.
. KNOiaVSStfuP IN" ,TUBl.'uffleint forfive plates.'! Kothflig"1

j but urate? xequired.,Mr preparation- jlteady in a:fews m'lnttlee.i i.pc.
! a tablet; :?v-kV ''.ui. j v 'Ut uai

GEORGE WASHINGTON'S lltEPAREl) COFFER Made'ln fhV
cup. Boil your water, and the coffee is ready. Perfection for
Picnics, Fishing Trips and Home Use. 25 cups to the tin, 40c.
SUMMER DRINKS: Lemon Juice,; Apple Juice, Carlonntc1 Ap

ple Juice, Pineapple Juice,- Grafto
Syrups

i :

;idice, Boiled Cider, Fruit

. EL Jjeapat .. to.y..
't.v fn.-.i,: iJtTiA.is

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STORK FOR RKXT

One of the store rooms In the north

wing of the Ocala House 1 for rent.

Apply to R. T. Adams.

OPEN DAY AND WIGHT

Merchants' Cafe, A. C. I depot cor

ner. Aieais a la cane ana iuhcum

any hour.

WEATH Elt REPORT

Following are the meteorological
conditions that prevailed during the
twenty-four hours up to sunset yester yesterday:
day: yesterday: Southeast wind; cloudy.
Mnlmum temperature, 73' degrees.'-
Maximum temperature, 87 degree.
Averacc, 71 decrees.
Rainfall. .15.

Miss Lilian Anderson, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. II. I Anderson, will be
married at her home in Jacksonville
Saturday evening to Dr. Kirby Smith
of that city. Miss Anderson will have
for her welfare the sincere good wish wishes
es wishes of many in Ocala, which city was
her childhood home.

Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Adams will leave
Saturday for a summer trip to the
West. Atlantic la.. Is their objective
point, but they will visit Denver and
other big cities.

R. T. Bower left Saturday for De Detroit.
troit. Detroit. Mich., where he will spend the
summer after a brief visit with his
son in Hast Gainesville. -Mr. Rower
was employed in the drugstore of J.
Vidal here, but for the past sev several
eral several months has been engaged inf a
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Mrs. L. R. Sanders of Drooksvllle,
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iertnts ana intelligence or a

conquering energy and vitality -were

In his glance, and showed In his move movements,
ments, movements, deliberate, but sure and full of
precision. He spoke little as he ate
bis dinner, leaning over his plate and
responding to the remarks of his

daughter with an occasional monosyl monosyllable
lable monosyllable that might have sounded curt,
had It not been accompanied with a

lazy cast of his eye upon her that was
as full of affection as a caress.

The young lady, who had also put

off her outer wraps, still wore her hat.

which was wide-brimmed and cast a
shadow ovtr the upper part of her
faoe. Below It her hair showed a fine,
bright blonde, giving forth silky
gleams In the lamplight. To the Deep Deeping
ing Deeping heads in the doorway she seemed
a creature Instinct with romantic
charm, which was expressed In such
delicacies of appearance as a pearl pearl-white
white pearl-white throat, a rounded chin, and lips
that smiled readily. These graces, ea eagerly
gerly eagerly deciphered through dimness and
distance, had the attraction of the
semi-seen, and imagination, thus giv given
en given an encouraging fillip, invested Bill
Cannon's girl with a haunting beauty.
It was remarked that she bore no re resemblance
semblance resemblance to her father in coloring,
features, or build. In talking it over
later. Rocky Bar decided that she
must favor her mother, who, as all
California knew, had been a waitress
In the Yuba Hotel at Marysville, when

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Bill Cannon, then a miner in the
Freeze-Out, had wooed and won her.
It was toward the end of the meal,
that, looking at the opposite wall, her
glance was caught by a large clock
to which she drew her father's atten attention:
tion: attention: "Half-past nine I How fashionable
we are! And when are you going to
get us up to Antelope, Mr. McVeigh?"
McVeigh studied the clock ponder ponder-lngly
lngly ponder-lngly as he felt in his breast pocket
for his toothpick.
"Well." he said, "If we leave here
at ten and make good time the hull
wajr It's up hill pretty much with without
out without a break 111 get you there about

midnight"

She made a little grimace.
"And it will be much colder, won't

itr

"Colder 'n colder. YouH be goin

higher with every step. Antelope's

on the slope of the Sierra, and you

cant expect to be warm up there In
the end of January."

"If you hadn't wanted to come,"

said her father, "you'd have been

just about getting ready for Mrs. Ry

an's ball. Isn't this about the maglo
hour when you begin to lay on the
first layer of war-paint?"

The girl looked at the clock, nod

ding with a faint, reminiscent smile.

"Just about," she said. "I'd have

been probably looking at my dress
laid out cn the bed and saying to my

self, 'Now I wonder if it's worth while
getting into that thing and having
all the bother of going to thisball.'
On the evenings when I go out,
there's always a stage when that happens."

McVeigh, with his toothpick In full

operation, looked at her, admiring and

half comprehending, for the first time

feeling himself an outsider. She

caught his eye, read Its meaning, and
with the quick tact of a delicate na

ture, said:
"It's Mrs. Cornelius Ryan in San

Francisco. She has a ball to-night

and I was going, but I came up here

with papa instead. I don't care for

balls."
"Sort of late to be primping up for
a ball," said McVeigh, restoring the
toothpick to his pocket and pushing
back his chair. "Ill go and have a
look at the horses. And, Governor,
If youll be ready in fifteen minutes
I'll be round at the porch waiting."
Cannon nodded, and, as the driver
clumped off over the board floor, said
to his daughter:
"I wonder If Domlnlck Ryanll be
there at the ball, I mean. His moth mother's
er's mother's made up her mind not to recog

nize the woman he's married, and to

freeze her out, but I wonder If shell

have the nerve not to ask her to

night"

"I don't see how she could do that,"
said the girl. "This is one of the

largest balls ever given in San Fran-

Cisco. She can't leave her son out,

and she couldn't ask him without his

wife."

"Couldn't she?" said the old man,
with a narrowing of his eyes and a
knowing wag of his head. "You don't
know Delia Ryan. I do. I've known

her forty years, ever since she was

first married and did washing on the

back porch of her Bhanty in Virginia
City. She was a good deal of a wom woman
an woman then, a strong, brainy woman, and

she's the same to-day, but hard as

nails. Ill bet a hat she hasn't asked

Domlnick's wife to that ball."

"What do you suppose hell do?"

asked the daughter, somewhat aghast

at this glimpse at the Ryan family

skeleton.

"Don't ask me such conundrums.

I'm glad I'm not In It, that's all

know. When two women lock horns

rm ready to step quietly down and
out I never to my knowledge saw

Domlnick's wife, but I've heard about
her, and take it she's a pretty hard

4tind of a proposition. They say she

married the boy for money and posl

tion, and hasn't got either. Delia,

who has the money, hasn't given them
a cent since the marriage; made up

her mind, people say, to force Mrs

Domlnlck out She doesn't seem to

have done it, and I guess It's been
sort of aggravating to her. Just the
same I'd like to know If she's had
the nerve not to send the woman an
Invitation to the ball. That would be

pretty tough."
"I've never seen either Domlnlck or
his wife," said the girl. "It seems odd
when I know Mrs. Ryan and Cornelia
so well. But he married the year I
came back from Europe, and he's
never been anywhere since. I don't
believe he ever goes to his mother's.
There's Mr. McVeigh in the doorway;
we'd better be going."
Once again in the carriage they
were soon clear of the last straggling
shanty, and speeding along the pale,
ascending road. The silence that
held the trio before their arrival at
Rocky Bar again fell on them.
Wraoced in overcoats and ruars. Bill

cannon appeared to tiurntxr, every
now and then as the wheels jolted
over a piece of rough road-bed shak shaken
en shaken into growing wakefulness. Mc McVeigh
Veigh McVeigh also rolled sleepily In his seat,
occasionally leaning sidewise to spit
over the wheeL Only the girl seemed
alert and wide-awake, her face cran craning
ing craning out from the shadowed back seat,
her eyes strained to pierce the ob obscurity
scurity obscurity and see for the first time the
landscape of foot-hill California, cf
which her father had so often told
her.
McVeigh looked back over his
shoulder, saw the bright eyes under
the hat-brim, and said softly:
"The Silver Crescent stamp-mill.
The last big mine well see."
The ascending road crept along the
edges of ravines whence the sound cf
running water came In a clear clink clinking,
ing, clinking, dived down into black caverns
of trees unllghted by the feeblest ray
of star-shine, and then climbed in

slow, laborious loops the bare bul bulwarks
warks bulwarks of the mountain. Had the girl
been able to see plainly she would
have noticed the change In the foli foliage,
age, foliage, the disappearance of the smaller
shrubs and delicate Interlacement of
naked boughs, and the mightier
growth of the pines, soaring shafts
devoid of branches to a great height
Boulders appeared among their roots,

straight falls of rock edged the road
like the walls of a fort
McVeigh turned and caught the
bright eye.
"Seems like your paw must think
a lot of what he's heard about the
new strike at Greenhide to come all
this way," he whispered.
T guess he does," came the re response
sponse response in the same key.
'It sort of stumps me to know why

von came alone with him." he contin

ued, nis eyes on tne bones, nut lean leaning
ing leaning back to catch her answer.
"Mightn't I Just want to see the
country?"
"Well, mebbe you might, but It
don't seem to me that you're seeln
much of It to-night"
He heard her smothered laugh, shot
his glance back to his horses, and
then turning back to her.
"You're a lively girl, alnt you?" he
said.
"I don't feel very lively just at
this minute. I'm a cold girl, the cold coldest
est coldest In California, I think."
That made him laugh, too, but he

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"And So Your Wife Sent You Up Hero
to Beg for an Invitation.

turned back to his horses, saying with

quick consideration:

I guess you are. Come, boys, to
the horses, "we've got to get a move
on. We can't let this young lady

catch cold."

The horses quickened their pace

and there was no more talk. An hour

later the first broken lights of Ante Antelope
lope Antelope sparkled along the road. The
old mining camp. In a hollow between

two buttresses of the Sierra, lay shut'
tered and dreaming under the star starlight.
light. starlight. A lamp-lit window, here and
there, showed the course of Its strag straggling
gling straggling main street, and where the ho hotel
tel hotel stood, welcoming rays winked be between
tween between the boughs of leafless trees.
As the thud, of the approaching
hoof-beats woke the echoes a sudden
violent barking of dogs broke out.
Antelope was evidently not as sound
asleep as it looked. At the hotel, es especially,
pecially, especially, there was life and move movement.
ment. movement. The bar disgorged a throng of
men, and Perley, the proprietor, had
to push his way through them to wel welcome
come welcome his midnight guests. Antelope,
though remote, was in telegraphic
communication with the world, and
the operator at Rocky Bar had wired
Perley to be ready for the distin distinguished
guished distinguished arrivals news that In a half half-hour
hour half-hour was known throughout the
town and had brought most cf the
unattached male population Into the
hotel.
Jake McVeigh was pulling the lug luggage
gage luggage from under the seats and Can Cannon
non Cannon was interchanging the first greet greetings
ings greetings with his landlord, when the girl,
who had gone to the balcony railing
and was looking out into the dark darkness,
ness, darkness, cried:
"Why, papa, snow!"
The information seemed to startle
every one. The men crowded from
the doorway and balcony Into the
street. McVeigh set down the bags,
and, turning his weather-beaten face
to the sky, uttered a smothered ejac ejaculation
ulation ejaculation of a profane character. Can Cannon
non Cannon came forward to where his daugh daughter
ter daughter stood and looked into the black blackness
ness blackness beyond. The girl had drawn off
her glove and held her bare hand out,
then stepping back to the light of the
window, she showed it to her father.
The white skin was sprinkled with
enow crystals.
"Sure enough," he said in a thought thoughtful
ful thoughtful voice. "Well, it won't be the first
time I've been snowed up in Antelope."

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