The Ocala evening star


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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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VOL. 19.
NO. 43.
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(Pensacola Journal)
Florida will cast her six electoral
votes for the democratic standard
bearer Woodrow Wilson. No cam campaign
paign campaign in Florida Is necessary to In Insure
sure Insure this. Consequently no money Is
required for the circulation of litera literature,
ture, literature, the hiring of brass bands, the
renting of public halls, or the other
various and sundry things, necessary
for conducting a systematic and suc successful
cessful successful political contest.
Florida democrats will therefore
have none of the burdens of the cam campaign
paign campaign which their less fortunate
brothers In many other states will
have to carry. Consequently Florida
democrats not having any particular
work of their own to do can and
should do something to aid the na national
tional national ticket in the doubtful states.
The most effective way to do this Is
to raise money for the national cam campaign
paign campaign fund. It requires money to con conduct
duct conduct a great political campaign. That
does not, however, mean that a cor corruption
ruption corruption fund Is either necessary or
desirable. We may well leave those
things to the republican party. Nor
does the democratic party want con contributions
tributions contributions of such large Individual
amounts that the contributor will
imagine he is entitled to special fav favors
ors favors in the event of Governor Wilson's
election. Those kind of contributions,
also, we may leave to the republican
What the democratic party wants is
small contributions from those who
have the interest of the party at heart
and who have no selfish motive in

therei9yntfrTrtrn party's

suecess. --

There are thousands of democrats
throughout Florida who can easily

contribute a small amount each, which

In the aggregate will constitute a
large amount, and thus aid the na national
tional national democracy in the most import important
ant important campaign that has, in recent
years at least, been waged.
These contributions may be sent to
the Journal or direct to Chairman W.
F. McCombs, National Democratic
Headquarters, New York. Funds sent
to the Journal will be promptly ac acknowledged
knowledged acknowledged and forwarded to the na national
tional national headquarters.
Who will be the first to contribute?

Accurate Building Flans, Blue Frlnti
and Specifications made. Lands Sur Surveyed
veyed Surveyed and Platted. Close Estimates
giade on Erection of Buildings of any
lharacter by contract or on commis commission
sion commission basis, write or consult me at
Northwest Coraer Oeala House flloek

la Retard to Taxation .The Reddlrk
Statesntaa Waats All the Assess Assess-ateats
ateats Assess-ateats Sorted Oat

Editor Star In the matter of tax taxation,
ation, taxation, let us try to meet out equal
Justice to all and special favors to
I am going to compare the manner
of listing personal property in Georgia
and North Carolina with the listing
of like property in Florida, so you
will be able to tell which system is
the best.
The Georgia laws compel the of officials
ficials officials to keep a separate account of
all negro property in the state and we
find that in 1907 the negroes of Geor Georgia
gia Georgia paid taxes on 25,000.000 of wealth,
while In Florida there is no record
kept of how much the negro wealth
is, or what amount of taxes he pays.
I think the next legislature should
compel the officials to keep a record
of the wealth of both whites and
blacks separately.
The Georgia officials keep a separ separate
ate separate account of all the merchandise in
that state, which in 1907 amounted to
$35,000,000. while we in Florida keep
no separate record, and no one is able
to tell how much the merchandise of
the state Is valued at.
In Georgia they pay taxes on 149, 149,-000.000
000.000 149,-000.000 in cash, while here in Florida
no separate record is kept and no one
can tell what cash is assessed in this
In Georgia the banks pay taxes on
$28,000,000. The records say that
1877 lawyers and 2462 doctors pay
licenses taxes in one year. To each
and every special line of property Is
assessed separately and thereby ena enabling
bling enabling such as are interested to locate
the different wealth of the state.
In North Carolina I find the dogs
are valued at $115,000; firearms, $687, $687,-000;
000; $687,-000; solvent accounts, $44,000,000; mer merchandise.
chandise. merchandise. $22,000,000; cash on hand.
$6,00,000, and the records show the
amount of capital stock, the value of
same, the real estate and personal
property of each and every corpora corporation
tion corporation in the state, each itemized sep

arately. Also both state and national

banks are listed, giving the capital
stock, number of shares, value of
same, etc., and the same with cotton
mills and all other incorporated in


Now lets compare the North Caro Caroline
line Caroline system of taxation with our Flor Florida
ida Florida system and see which is the bet better
ter better of the two.
The real estate- of North Carolina is
assessed at but a little more than 50
per cent of the whole. Total personal
property about 40 per cent of the
whole. In Florida real estate is assess assessed
ed assessed at nearly 70 per cent of the whole,
while personal property at a little less
than 20 per cent of the whole. In

squad which handles the gambling sit situation
uation situation In the city. District Attorney
Whitman has gleaned enough Infor Information
mation Information to convince him that Rose, at
the suggestion or knowledge of the
police, hired some of Jack Zelig's
gang of gun fighters to make away
with Rosenthal. The market rate for
killing men by some of the East Side
gun men is said to be $2,000.


111 I 1

Report of Rattle at Eatraaee of the
Dardanelles Was a TarhJsh

Rome. Italy. July 21. The Italian
government denies the report sent out
by the Turkish government that a
fleet of eight torpedo boats of the
Italian navy tried Friday morning to
force the passage of the Dardanelles,
resulting in two of the torpedo flotilla
being sunk and the other six crippled
by the Turkish forts. They say no
such engagement took place, and that
the Turkish government gave out the
report simply to distract the attention
of the Turks from the grave condi conditions
tions conditions of affairs at Constantinople,
where civil war threatens.


Says Governor D I ease, and Submits
Much Evldeare la Proof of
Ills Assert loa

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Offensive and Defeaslve Alliance About
to be Signed Rettveea Rassla
aad Java a
St. Petersburg, July 22. The signa signature
ture signature is Impending of a pact establish establishing
ing establishing a defensive alliance between Rus Russia
sia Russia and Japan. The agreement con consists
sists consists of two parts, one dealing with
the delinitation of the spheres of in influence
fluence influence of Russia and Japan in Mon Mongolia
golia Mongolia and Manchuria, which is in
similar scope and character to the
Anglo-Russian accord of Aug. 31, 1907,
regarding Persia, etc. The second part
deals with the duty of the two pow

ers for a joint defense in case either

power is attacked.

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There will be a basket picnic at Oak
Grove, midway between Blitchton and
Morrlston, August 2, 1912. Several
speakers will be invited to make ad addresses,
dresses, addresses, and there will be a ball game
in the afternoon. Everybody Is invit invited
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freshments Refreshments will be served by a spe special
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Any Intelligent and competent young

woman who wishes to learn to be i
trained nurse should call on the super
lntendent of the Ocala Sanitarium.

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
ftw 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 falling to cure with local
treatment, pronounced It Incurable.

Science has proven catarrh to be a
constitutional disease and therefore
requires constitutional treatment.
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North Carolina proper typays TfiJ-.

much taxes proportionately as In Florida.

How would you correct this matter?

By listing property like they do In

Georgia and North Carolina; by hav

ing section 13, chapter 5596 of our
laws amended so that each class of
personal property will be listed sep

arately; by having the secretary of

state each first day of June furnish

the tax assessor of each county with
the names, the number of shares, the
value of each share, etc., of each cor corporation
poration corporation in his county and the comp comptroller
troller comptroller to supply the county assessor
of each county with a report of the

banks, giving a list of the taxable as

sets of each bank In the county, and

the same with national banks.
I believe If the personal property In
this state was listed as it is done In

North Carolina It would add $50,000. $50,000.-000
000 $50,000.-000 to our state list and more than
11,000,000 In our county.

Am I right or am I wrong.
L. S. Light.
Reddlck, Fla., July 20.

Ia Atlanta of Mrs. Grace, Whose Hus Husband
band Husband Accuses Her of Trying
to Kill Him
Atlanta, July 22. What promises to
be one of the most sensational trials
ever held In this city will open today
when Mrs. Daisy Ulrich Opie Grace
will be brought Into court charged
with shooting her husband, Eugene II.
Grace, on the 5th of last March, as he
lay asleep in his hoii"Jcity.



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From Washington to Sea Girt to Pay
Their Respeeta to Governor


Sea Girt, N. J., July 21. Champ
Clark, speaker of the House, led his
caravan of followers a tortuous way
along the dusty roads of Sea Girt to
Gov. Wilson's summer home here yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. They came 116 strong from the
House of Representatives in a special
train from Washington to shake
hands with the nominee and bid him
God-speed for the presidency. It was
the first time in the history of the
United States that democrats or re republicans
publicans republicans in Congress had quit their
work to dash across the country and
hail the party standard-bearer.
Gov. Wilson met them half way
down the walk stretching away from
his front porch to the roadway and es escorted
corted escorted Mr. Clark to the wide porch
and there completed the welcome by
grasping every pilgrim by the hand.

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New York. July 21. The gang of

"gun men" and "black-Jackers" that
riddled Herman Rosenthal, the gam gambler,
bler, gambler, with bullets Is believed by detec detectives
tives detectives to have been procured by "Bald

Jack" Rose under the pressure of the
"police system." which was seeking to

effectually close the mouth of Rosen Rosenthal
thal Rosenthal against further charges that

gamblers had to divide their gains

with the police.

Rose is a close friend of Police Lieu

tenant Becker, who was yesterday re

moved as the head of the "strong arm"

Columbia, S. C, July 21. Governor
Blease yesterday issued his promised
statement refuting the charges that
have been brought against him by
Thomas B. Felder of Georgia and W.
J. Burps, the detective. Including
copies of affidavits, the statement
makes about sixty pages of typewrit typewritten
ten typewritten manuscript. Each and every
charge or rumor is taken up separate separately
ly separately and answered by the governor.
Blease says Felder falsified when he
said he went to Charleston between
the two primaries in 1910 to get money
from the "tigers" for his campagin
Without affidavit he says that the
statement that he Is getting graft
from the Charleston blind tigers orig originated
inated originated with Mayor Grace, of that city
as a result of the governor's refusal
to allow Grace control of the con constabulary
stabulary constabulary there.
The governor says in regard to the
interurban charter that he did not
want to sign it but did so at the re request
quest request of leading citizens and he denies
that he received any money for his
signature to the act.
The governor denies that he knew of
any planes to buy a pardon for Gus De
Ford and says that not one word about
it had been said to him by Nichols. As
to the pardon for F. W. Bentley. the
governor denies that he received pay
for its Issuance. He says a check for
$25 was sent him for the payment of
Bentley's railroad fare to his home in
Iowa, but that no other money figured
in the transaction. The letters inter interchanged
changed interchanged between the governor and
Bentley's attorney accompany the
In conclusion the governor says that
he has endeavored to answer every
charge mad against him, but If any
honest man in South Carolina desires
any information regarding anything,
however small, regarding any alleged
dishonorable act, he Is willing to an answer
swer answer the accusation.



Walter Nichols of Marlanna Met

Death While Trying- to Kill
His Wife
Marianna, July 21. Walter Nichols
was shot and killed by his son. Earl
Nichols, at Delwood, near- here yes yesterday
terday yesterday after the -father had attempted
to kill his wife, the boy's mother.
Young Nichols gave himself up to the
sheriff and later was reelased when
the coroner's Jury rendered a verdict
of justifiable homicide.

y asleep in his horjJcit:

be the presence of the accusing''!!.-;

band, who will sit In the court room

in an invalid chair, with the lower
part of his body paralyzed, aiding in

the prosecution of his wife, who, he

says, shot him to obtain $27,000 In Insurance
surance Insurance he had taken out on his life

for her benefit.


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Toklo, July 22. The critical illness

of Mutsuhlto, the Emperor of Japan.

Is causing the gravest anxiety. The
court physicians have pronounced the
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Half a

Marianna, July 20. Obe Mathls, a

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for the murder of his brother-in-law
in February last year. Young Mathis

was the first white man hung in this

county since the civil war.



- Chicago, July 21. Mrs. Rene B. Mor Morrow
row Morrow was found not guilty of the mur murder
der murder of her husband, Charles B. Mor Morrow.
row. Morrow. The body of Charles B. Morrow
was found on the back .porch of the
family residence the morning of Dec.
27, 1911. The coroner's Jury returned
a verdict of suicide, but later the po police
lice police made another investigation and
Mrs. Morrow was indicted for murder.

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Washington. July 22. Because of a
rapid thinning In the ranks of the old
civil war soldiers, the Senate commit committee
tee committee has reported adversely on the bill
of Senator D. U. Fletcher, authorizing
the location of a branch home for
disabled volunteer soldiers, sailors and
marines in the state of Florida.

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Mexico City, July 21. Seventy per persons
sons persons were killed and many more
wounded as a result of an attack by
Zapatistas on a passenger train be between
tween between this city and Cuernavaca, More More-los,
los, More-los, yesterday.








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Rittlnger & Carroll Proprietor!.
R. R. Carroll, liuslness Manager.
J. IT. Benjamin, Editor.

Entered in the postofflce at Ocala,
Fla., as.econd class mall matter.


Charles E. Jones, contributing editor
of Dixie, went to Tampa the other day
to obtain material for an article on
the gambling dens of that city.
While In one of the said dens he
was mistaken for a spotter and as assaulted
saulted assaulted by two or three men, who

were very ely kept in the place for

the purpose of making It uncomforta uncomfortable
ble uncomfortable for any but regular habitues and

victims. Mr. Jones backed up against

the wall and drew a pistol.

About that time a policeman came
In. Mr. Jones was arrested and taken

to the police station, where he had to

remain until a friend bailed him out.

Next morning he was fined $50 for

carrying the pIstoL

None of the inmates of the gambling

house were arrested.
Comment is unnecessary.


Every voting precinct in Marlon

county should organize a Wilson Club

Ocala, as Precinct 1, should set the ex

ample and the example cannot be net

too quickly. It Is true that Florida
democrats will have matters all their
own way; however, there is much

good work a democratic club in every

community can do.




About as clear a presentation of the

people's side of the case In the Lorl-

mer matter as we have seen is the fol
lowing from the Pensacola Journal:

More or less maudlin sentiment Is
going the rounds of the press, much of

It inspired by the friends of Lorimer
and of the senators who voted to keep

him in the seat which he was recently

compelled to vacate, and the purport of

it all is that the unfortunate man

himself had no personal knowledge of

or connection with, the corrupt means
by which his seat in the Senate was

This might all be very material

the case itself, and the evidence there therein,
in, therein, was, as Senator Fletcher once im

plied, of a kind on which you migh

attempt, and fail, to convict a chicken

thief. But the Lorimer case is not o

that kind and it has no relation in law

or in morals, so far as Lorimer him

self is concerned, to the statutory crime

of larceny

Senator Cullom, Lorlmer's aged col

league irora Illinois, stated the case
exabtly when. In explaining his vote

against Lorimer, he said

"There was no evidence In this Inves

tlgation to show that Mr. Lorimer,

either personally or through others

was guilty of corrupt practices In hi

election to the Senate. Yet there

evidence, to my mind, .of a conclusive
character which shows that corruption

did exist In the forty-sixth general as

sembly of the state of Illinois, and

that the senatorship was connected

wun ana Decame a part or a program

of a certain membership of the legis

lature which sent Lorimer to the Sen

ate. Whether it was Intended that th

senaiorsnip snouia uecome a part o

this program avails nothing. The fac

remains that Senator Lorimer was
elected by votes that were tainted, and
the testimony of confessed bribe

takers remains

paid t

it is Immaterial, so far as the merits

of the case are concerned, whether
Lorimer had knowledge of the corrup corruption
tion corruption In the Illinois legislature or not.
The point is: was the seat occupied by
Lorimer secured for him by corrupt
Brown may steal Smith's watch and
present it to Jones as a birthday gift.
Jones receives the watch in good faith.
He does not know it is stolen prop property.
erty. property. But Smith comes along, proves
that the watch was secured from him
through corrupt means, and Jones Is
compelled to give It, back to Smith
from Brown had stolen it.

In this case, there Is no evidence to

show that Jones knew anything about
the theft. But no one would maintain

for a minute that he should, because

of his personal innocence, be permit
ted to keep 'Smith's watch.

The seat In the United States Senate

belongs to the people of Illinois In par

tlcular and the people of the United
States In general. It is theirs to give

or to take away.

In this case, the evidence showed

mac ine seat was eltner stolen or
bought and was presented to Lorimer
who thereafter occupied it. On this

evidence, by a vote of practically two

to one. the United States Senate, de
clared that Lorimer was not the right

iui occupant or tne seat and it was

therefore taken away from him

That Is all there is to the Lorimer

case. Whether he was or was not per

sonally Implicated with the larceny or

the purchase of the seat has abso
lutely nothing to do with it.

While the Journal does not believe

that Lorimer could have been ignorant

of the corrupt methods by which this

seat was secured for him. his personal

guilt or Innocence Is not a point at
Issue and no one should be blinded Into

believing that It is

!fwirrwt're beinirl.

heir n I

Its this way about the dictagraph,
which Is the latest Improvement, or
wrinkle, in detecting crime. You are

suspected of being crooked, and some

person with the most necessary ac accomplishments
complishments accomplishments of a burglar or porch

climber enters your office or study or

bedroom or boudoir at an hour when

you would be justifiable in shooting
him if you caught him, and attaches
the thing to your desk or bedpost, as

the case may be. From the distagraph

runs a. wire, wnicn is hitched to an

earpiece that Is fitted to the ear of

stenographer In the nearest convenient

room. Said stenographer is in the nav

vi me peopie wno are interested in
making evidence against you. He re reports
ports reports everything he hears you say. and

probably some things you don't say

ine aictagrapn was used against the

MacNamaras and the Illinois grafters
and is now being used against Blease

Only a few took advantage of Cap

tain J. L. Smoaks excursion to Los
KI33 from Silver Springs Sunday, but

those who didn't go missed a pleasant

day and a delightful voyage.

Silver Springs run and the Oklawaha

river were discovered for the second

time when the "City of Ocala" was

aunched. It was never before possi

ble to view the beauties of the stream

with the satisfaction of getting there
added to the comfort of such a large
boat. Our American habits of mind

have rendered it well-nigh impossible

o enjoy any Journey unless we are

moving at a rapid pace. so the pleas

ure of the Oklawaha trips on the
larger vessels has been partly lost to

many by their snail-like pace; and

while the swift smaller boats were all

right for a short trip, not a few peo people
ple people can certify that one of the most

uncomfortable places In the world for

a tired person is a little boat.

The City of Ocala has remedied both

these disadvantages. Bite enough to

enable people to travel on her in com

fort, she Is fast enough to take an

honorable place among the craft on any

river. It would be difficult to find on

a hot summer day a more restful place

than her upper deck when she is at

full speed up or down stream, the river

between its banks or trees like a leafy
lane: but man never made a road as
smooth as the water, and the wind

caused by the motion is Just strong
enough to keep one cool and blow

some of the weariness out of a tired

human frame. The deep green, of the

trees is refreshing to the eye wearied

with the brick and tin and glaring
lights of the city. There Is plenty of
variety, big red and white flowers

gleam in the dark green of the forests
like stars in a summer night, turtles

are plenty and 'gators not a few, and

occasionally there 13 a flash of white

or color' as a semi-tropic bird wings

Its way across the stream or back into

the woods. The waters of the river

are dark, but Silver Springs run. now
as ever, is a mirror in which shines

an ever changing wealth of tints in

the rocks and sands and the long

waving grasses. Time and again, the

excursionist holds his breath and

waits for a shock as he sees a rock or

bank of hard white sand rising thru

the water to meet the boat, only to
feel surprised and relieved as it slides

back under the keel many feet below

There Is no telling how many million

years it took the rushing stream to
dlcr this mighty trench. but Silver

Springs must have fed a vast if shal

low inland sea until the constantly
cutting current ate its way thru the

last bank of rock and sand and catch

ing the sluggish Oklawaha in its grasp

rushed it swiftly to the St. Johns and

to the sea. Nowhere else In the world
does such a large river start from a
single spring.
The greatest beauty of Silver Springs
run is in Its depths. The writer has
seen people, not only of artistic train training
ing training but also those whose dally grind
of life-work gives them little time for
thoughts of any but the Intensely
practical, entirely forget themselves
as they hung over the sides of the boat
and watched the liquid kaleidoscope.
Wherever the sand Is clear of grass,
the water gives it the most beautiful,
shimmering, light-blue tint imagina imaginable.
ble. imaginable. The grasses themselves are of
many hues and every little rock and
shell, has been polished by the current
into a Jewel, and there is a never never-failing
failing never-failing source of interest In the
swarms of fish that float in the clear
water like birds in the air. So far as
the writer knows, there is no stream
of water of the volume of Silver
Springs run possessing Its clearness.

The nrettlest nart of the stream Is

i m 1 1 i , .v

inree "r ,.T tier's

g tne'depth of the water mak-

ng It blue as one looks ahead or

astern, only to change to transpar

ency when you look over the side.

The City of Ocala left the pavilion

at 9:45 Sunday morning and an hour

and twenty-eight minutes later tied
UP at Los Kiss, twenty-two miles

down stream. The powerful little en

gine throbbed as steadily as the tick ticking
ing ticking of a watch, and not a soul on board
had anything to do except Captain

Frank Mathews, who held the steer

ing wheel. The boat steers as easily

as an auto, but the constant turns re require
quire require incessant watchfulness. There

only lacks one of a thousand turns

from Silver Springs to the St. Johns,

and time and again the forest trees
rise in a dead wall ahead, and the

unltlated traveler's eyes widen first

with alarm and then with surprise as
the swift boat answers a twist of the
wheel and half turning in half her

length glides away down another

liquid vista toward another rampart

of green, sometimes a hundred yards.

never more than a quarter of a mile


Los Kiss Landing, a pretty meadow.

sloping from the woods to the water's

edge, received its name from Albert

Anson Graham. Albert originally had

a poetic Imagination,, which red in his

early boyhood on the scenes of his

native river valley, which he knows

like a book, and was perhaps fully de

veloped in later years by some time
spent in the sublime scenery of the

Pacific coast. He has put a word tint

on every curve of the river and every

lake, savannah and forest glade in

many miles of It.

After a pleasant hour for luncheon
at Los Kiss, the City of Ocala started
up stream, but stopped in a few hun hundred
dred hundred yards opposite the bold sulphur
spring discovered a short time ago by
Captain J. L. Smoak. Mr. Smoak made
his way to the spring, which is out in
the forest some little distance from
the river brink, and returned with a
bucket of the water, which is certain certainly
ly certainly of the best and purest sulphur to be
found anywhere. It has no mixture
of salts or iron to make the taste dis disagreeable,
agreeable, disagreeable, and drinking it cannot fail
to be beneficial.
Leaving the spring, the City of
Ocala steadily and swiftly pushed up
stream, and in two hours was back at
her dock, waiting for the usual crowd
that goes out from Ocala every Sun Sunday
day Sunday afternoon on the Ocala Northern
for a pleasure trip on this handsome
and speedy boat.

! . - s A

Prominent business man turns cor

ner on the wrong side and narrowly

escapes running down the chief of po
lice. No arrests. Miami Herald.

Speak of incidents of the sort everv
i .

wine you Know mem to hannen. and

you will soon have a new order of
things or a new chief. of police.

(Gmot mm



Offering exceptionally good values every day. Take advantage of this Golden Opportunity, for
this is positively the last week in which you may be able to share with others the many good
things we offer. ;i. v i.
Lei your loot slrps carry you daily lo Delvenslon & Pasteur's where Ihe Greatest Sale ever held & going on, acd where year Cellar Decs Cc:t!t Ucrtt.
a ......

, A Few Specials Ga'faered at Random:

1 ft

Dry Goods Specials
1500 yards extra fine quality White
Goods, not a yard ever sold less

than 33 cents, very pretty



The Ocala Star wants Uncle Sam to
tell England to "go chase herself."
Just like Uncle Sam knows anything
about slang. Pensacola Journal.
Judging from the language preval prevalent
ent prevalent In the newspapers, he knows
nothing else in the talking line.

"We would again emphasize the
wisdom of parents taking Interest In
and supporting the Boy Scouts." says
the Ocala Star. "There is much in instruction
struction instruction and wholesome amusement
for boys in the woods around Ocala.
and joining the scouts is a good way to
obtain it." Boys in all parts of Flor Florida
ida Florida are enjoying the days in the
woods now, and from many towns and
cities, little bands of boys in khaki
often "make for the woodlands" and
camp for a brief time and learn some
of the things that will be needed in
later life. The scouts will make good
citizens when they grow up. Times-Union.


effects. Sale price ....

8000 yards Fancy Staple Ginghams,
7c quality. Sale price 4 3-4
10,000 yards Fancy All Wool
Dress Cloth In Serge. Panama, Chev Cheviot,
iot, Cheviot, Brilliantine and Cassimeres, also
Fancy" Plaids. These goods will be
sold at a great saving to you.
Curtain Cloth Greatly

Lot extra fine Curtain Cloth in

White and Ecru, regular
1 Sc quality. Sale price.

Lot Cretones and Draperies in fancy

new designs, ISc values.
Sale price



Torchon andVal Laces

Men's Furnishings



10,000 yards Ileal Fine Laces, very

new ideas, worth up to 10c,
Clean Sweep price

0000 yards Torchon and Val. Laces,

regular 13c value, good pick pickings,
ings, pickings, Clean Sweep price .

10c quality. Clean Sweep
20c quality
Clean Sweep price




Men's Hats


$1.30 Men's Felt .Hats,
v all styles, now ....
Any Straw Hat in the
House reduced to .

$1 Emery Brand Dress Shirts, with
French or Stiff Cuff, Soft or Plait Plaited
ed Plaited Bosoms, some with collars to

match, all sizes. Sale

29c and 33c Men's -Summer Shirts
and Drawers, long or short sleeve

shirts. Clean Sweep Sale
price ..........

Men's $1 B. V. D. Union Suits. The
standard quality of the ftn
world. Sale price .... OOC
Men's $1 and '$1.23 Nainsook and
Pongee Shirts and Drawers. None
better made. Sale QO
price Ow C
Men's 30c Dress Shirts, fine quality,
all sizes.- Sale--
price OC

$2 Men's Pants Reduced
to, ..
Men's $1 Bathing Suits
now. .... ...

Lawn and Lingerie Waists
Ladies' Lingerie Waists, $1.50 and
$1.69 values. jClean f- i r
Sweep sale price . . V. JL A O
Ladies' lawn and lingerie waists, reg reg-ularly
ularly reg-ularly sold at from $1.50 to. pmm pmm-$3.50.
$3.50. pmm-$3.50. Clean Sweep price.'. DC
These waists wifl go quick for
amongst them- are some very pretty
Lot ladies' very fine low and high neck
lawn and lingerie waists. Long or

short sleeves, always sold at

$1.25. Clean Sweep price.

85 c


Table and Bed Linens


40c Fancy White Table
pretty designs. Sale

2000 10c and 12c Huck Towels.

big size, good quality.
Sale price


Extra Special
10,000 yards Unbleached Domestic,

very 'fine, soft quality, 39 inches

wide, to be sold in 10 or 13

yard cuts. Sale price .

(So more than 15 yards to one
i U i Corner).




Shoes for Everybody
92 pairs Ladies' Fine White Canvas
Strap Slippers, worth $1.50, most mostly
ly mostly small- sizes. Clean 2Q
Sweep price OiC
31 pairs Misses and Children's Strap
Slippers in Patent and Gun Metaal
Leather, regular $2 'and $2.50
quality, Clean Sweep t A m
Sale price .P.l?.f
38 Men's Ralston Health Brand
$3.50 and $4.00 Oxfords, broken
up sizes. Clean Sweep Q A J
Sale price lT 4
Children's Barefoot Sandals, very
fine quality, sold at $1 and $1.25,
very durable. Clean 7Q
Sweep price C
4S pairs Men's Patent, Gun Metal
and Tan Oxfords, $2.50 and $3
value, all new styles. f- QQ
Clean Sweep price . Pl e70
3G pairs Ladies WThite Canvas Strap
Slippers, worth $2. dj CQ
Sale price P 1 Ou
39 pairs Ladies' White Buckskin
Pumps and Oxfords, $3.50 quality.
Clean Sweep Sale J0 QQ
price ... 30

Ladies Furnlshlnos
V V i r.r
Ladies Colored "and VThlte On& On&-Piece
Piece On&-Piece Dress, $6 value. JQ PQ
Sale price. ... J)0027
Ladies $1.25 Fancy Colored Petti-
coats. Clean Sweep. Sale nn
price OOC
1000 dozen Ladies AH Linen Hand Handkerchiefs,
kerchiefs, Handkerchiefs, fine quality,, qil 1
sale price 3 2C
Lot Fancy 15c Ladles Soft Finish
Handkerchief, sale wil v
price... J'ZC
t -.

Ladies Short Waist Corsets, worth

up to $3,
now..... ..

2000 Ladies Belts, .worth up
to 50c, sale price



Good Fast Color Black and Tan
Hose, strong and nicely m
finished. Sale price C
Ladies' 15c Hose In black tan and
fancy colors, 7
sale price C
Children's 15c Hose, In black, tan
and white, extra fine, grade, m
sale price. ....... ... C
Dress Goods Bargains
Lot Indian and Persian Lawns, our'
regular 15c quality, while O
they last, Clean Sweep .price OC
10c and 12c Dress Ginghams In new
and pretty designs, and T
colorings .. 7ZC
4000 yards Plain Color Dress Suit Suitings,
ings, Suitings, in a variety of colors to se

lect irom, worth 18c, -f r 1
Clean Sweep price .... 1UC i

30 and 36 Inch wide Standard Brand
Madras and Percales, 20

si-ipis-iinw ... XUC

-ck arxLJzhttftU in Serae. Panama and Voile, oriced from 54.50 to $12.00. These skirts will be sold at less than one-naif cost cl cro-

?Fy one new and up-to-date, at yonr own price. A Chance of a lile time. This Sale offers yon more goods for your money than eisewtcre.


REMEMBER! This is positively a 10 day Clean Sweep Sale. A Sale the like of which has never before been attempted and one long to be remembered.
Come to Helvenston & Pasteur's Great Clean Sweep Sale Where One Dollar does the work of Two Dollars.




illustration. He has been accused of
very grave offense. Not a dozen per persons
sons persons in the country are now in pos possession
session possession of the facts, yet it may be in inferred
ferred inferred from reading the papers that
have dealt with the case that the gov governor
ernor governor is guilty, and the people have so
declared. Miami Herald.


The case of the present governor of
South Carolina affords an Interesting

(Pensacola Journal)
Florida will be one of the states yet
needed to ratify the federal income tax
amendment. which the legislature
failed to do at the last session. Thirty Thirty-three
three Thirty-three states have already ratified the
amendment, and Florida would have
made the thirty-fourth had not the op opposition
position opposition to the amendment searched
for a clause in the state constitution
which was supposed to have disquali disqualified
fied disqualified certain members of the Senate
from taking part in such ratification.
Ths objection will be removed when
the next legislature convenes and it
ought to be one of the first things to
be disposed of by the legislature. Gov Governor
ernor Governor Gilchrist recommended that
Florida ratify the amendment and
Governor Trammell will probably rec recommend
ommend recommend it also.
Few if any of the candidates for
legislative and senatorial lienors in
the recent primaries made the income
tax amendment an issue, but it is gen generally
erally generally thought there will be little op opposition
position opposition to the amendment as it is
merely a way of making the rich pay
their just proportion of the running
expenses of the government. Those
who object to it will say it is depriv depriving
ing depriving the states of their just rights
when they know the state income tax
laws have been without results.
Dut in most instances the men elect elected
ed elected to both houses of the legislature
bear the progressive brand of democ democracy
racy democracy and will fall into line to help
pass the Income tax amendment. Only
four states have rejected the amend amendment
ment amendment so far. They are: Connecticut.
New Hampshire. Rhode Island and
Vermont, but these states can yet re reconsider
consider reconsider the matter.
At least three-fourths of the states
must ratify the amendment before it
becomes a part of the constitution.
Thirty-three of then have already
done so, as follows:
Alabama. Arkansas. California. Colo Colorado,
rado, Colorado, Georgia, Idaho. Illinois. Indiana,

Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, 'Mary 'Maryland.'
land.' 'Maryland.' Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri,
Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New
York, North Caroljna, North Dakota,
Ohio, Oklahoma. Oregon. South Caro

lina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas,
Utah, Washington, Wisconsin, .Louis .Louisiana.
iana. .Louisiana. Should any objectionto th

amendment when it comes up for con

sideration we win refer the legislators J

to the fact that this year the democratic-party
platform declared posi positively
tively positively foran income. ax. In the mean meantime
time meantime Florid iahVliVvV little to" worry worry-about.,
about., worry-about., in regard vtina, 2 ijerjr--tle
Florida legislature of 1S13 Is going to
do its duty0rftHJse8 jt?!4r,lriYporXnt
matters wjiich affect the. people of the
state "AnA 'nation.- --

t - -
Whwi the good women get behind
a movv&ment It generally succeed, in
most any community, and. especially
is this true In th'e vicinity of Sparr,
Our good women have been behind
the children's day exercises for some
time, and the happy result of their
patient and loving efforts was beau beautifully
tifully beautifully demonstrated at the Baptist
church last Sunday night before a
large and appreciative audience.
The occasion was not one of de denominational
nominational denominational color or restriction, but
represented, religiously, both denom denominations
inations denominations at this place Baptist and
Methodist and the entire community
in general.
Mrs. Sue Grantham, the estimable
wife of our Uncle Dan Grantham, and
a devoted Christian worker in the
Methodist church, superintended the
beautiful exercises, and words are In Inadequate
adequate Inadequate to express the praise which
this good woman just deserves.
The program follows:
Opening song by the Sunday school.
Prayer Ilev. C. H. Phillips, pastor
Baptist church.
Welcome Address Edna Stevens.
Children's Day Greeting Miriam

Recitation, The Live Dollie Iva
Colbert. This was exceptionally
good. Little Iva appeared on the
stage with a real baby, a beautiful
baby, borrowed from one of the good
ladies present, and, .having it snugly
tucked away in a baby carriage, was
a splendid illustration of the recita recitation.
tion. recitation. Recitation Albert Maaden.
Song, Sunshine by children.
Dialogue Jay Boylei:, Wilton Mar Mar-tfti,
tfti, Mar-tfti, Maurice Stevens. Charles Thom

as." .'.'These- little, fellows iid Just
splendid. ;
Dialogue Myrtice Oalbreath and
Flora Boyles. This was exceptionally
Recitation Louise Grantham.
'Recitation Little Claire Meadows.
One. of the sweetest features, of the
'Recitation, There is No King But
Jesus Charles Thomas. Good.
Song. In the TempleChildren.
Dialogue, What I Would Be Iva
Colbert, Mabel Galbreath, Louise Gal Gal-breath.
breath. Gal-breath. Sallie" Young, Maurice Ste Stevens.
vens. Stevens. Maxwell Thomas, Mabel Lovell.
Recitation, Early and Late Jay
Boyles. Quite laughable.
Duet. Under the Stars Gladys
Boyles and Cecile Clemmons.
Recitation, When Jesus as a Little
Child Fred Luffman. This was spo spoken
ken spoken exceptionally well.
Recitation. The Savior and the
Children Ruth Stevens. Good.
Recitation. Our Gift to the King
Gladys Boyles. Exceptionally well
Recitation. God Wants the Boys
Tom Caldwell.
Recitation, Would the World Be
Better? Julius Clemmons.
Recitation, Perseverence Arrilla
Song, Jesus Bids Us Shine Chil Children.
dren. Children. Recitation. The Debt of Love Miss

Mae Grantham. This young girl, who
is just blooming into young woman woman-aood,
aood, woman-aood, acquitted herself most beauti beautifully
fully beautifully in this rendering.
Dialogue, Jesus, Our Helper Edna
Stevens, Estelle Clemmons, Arrilla
Lovell, Ruth Stevens, Gladys Boyles,
Daisy Grantham. Excellent.
Recitation. Great Things Isom
Recitation, The House Beautiful
Estelle Clemmons. Fine.

Dialogue, Flowers Miriam

vens, Edna Strickland, Mae

thahi, Imogene Stevens, Josie Hook Hooker.
er. Hooker. A splendid production.
Recitation, Dawn of Hope Edna
Recitation, The Collection Mar Mar-well
well Mar-well Thomas.
Talk by Pastor Phillips, in which
he complimented the exercises very
highly, and urged upon the congre congregation
gation congregation the duty of a good collection.
Collection, $SX0. This is to be di divided
vided divided between the two orphanages,
the Baptist and Methodist.
Closing song by congregation.
Dismissed with prayer by Rev. W.
L. Martin.
Mrs. W. B. Dye, an accomplished
musician, presided at the instrument,
and greatly assisted in the exercises.
To Mrs. Dan Grantham, Mrs. A. J.
Stephens and Mrs. W. B. Dye belongs
the praise of training the children
for the beautiful and .very successful
exercises. Some, other ladies lent a
helping hand, among whom are Mrs.
J. E. Thomas and Mrs. W. L. Martin,
but too much praise cannot be given
the first three mentioned ladies for
their untiring efforts in practicing
and drilling the children.
Miss Jessie Owens, whose great
wealth has ever been such a blessing
to the poor and to many worthy -causes,
had the walls of the church build building
ing building decorated with beautiful and ap appropriate
propriate appropriate pictures. This lady also

started a movement recently to bare
a splendid addition made to the front
of the church building an entrance
and belfry, which adds greatly, to the

church. In this she, donated two
thirds of the cost.
Miss Jessie Owens Is having a new
coat of paint put on the old colonial

cal home at Rutland, near Sparr.
tr tit. m va j'i a

Iuev. rnuiips, pastor 01 me uapusi
church, is conducting a protracted
. r mi a i


however, are' against the movement.

it is nopea, nowever, mat tne meet
Ing will terminate In much good.
The continue drains have seriously
injured the farming interests In this
vicinity. PETER STANLEY.


ifrtM m Jolt

Have Herri red from C

In the Solar IMexoa
Washington, July 22. Prize-flht
pictures became a thing of tho past
In the United States, when the House

passed a Henate bill prohibiting; the
transporting of such moving; picture
films between the various states and
territories or from foreign countries.
Heavy fines for violation of the pro
posed law are fined by the bllL The
president, said to be In complete sym sympathy
pathy sympathy with the legislation. Is expect expected
ed expected to affix his signature to the meat-use.

A surprise marriage was held on the
steamer Harry Lee, at noon yesterday
while she was tried up to' the local
dock. The contracting parties were
Minn Katie Landolt of Fort McCoy and
Mr. George IL Hogg, of Norwalk. The
ceremony was Impressively performed
by Rev. D. D. Dlffenworh. the Metho Metho-diet
diet Metho-diet minister of Crescent City, In the
presence of a fe.w friends.
The young couple are among the
best known and most popular resldenta
of their respective sections, and the
news of their marriage will be read
with Interest and pleasure by their
many friends throughout the- county.
Palatka Times-Herald.



The Comnunmepciall BsmU


First Its shareholders are all home 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
! 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.

When You Can't Find It Anywhere Else.
This remark is made in onr store most every day by
. PEOPLE WHO KNOW. Some new goods last in:
. Cheese, Roquefort, Gorgonzote, Camambert, Chester, Brie, Parme Parme-y
y Parme-y san, Llmburger, Peck's Club Chedder, Swiss Cheese, Club Cheese
In medium and large jars. Pimento, Welsh Rabbit, Sap m Sago,
Edam. Shipment Philadelphia Cream Cheese every ten days.
" Liver Sausage with Truffles. Puree de Fois 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-1 Sause. Onion Salt.

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.

for use and cheaper than lemons,

. 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.
- y
KNORR'S SOUP IN TUBES. Sufficient for five plates. Nothing
but water required or preparation. Ready in a few minutes. 10c.
a tablet.
cup. Boil your water, and the coffee is ready. Perfection for
Picnics, Fishing Trips and Home Use. 25 cups to the tin, 40c.
J3UMMER DRINKS: Lemon Juice, Apple Juice, Carbonated Ap Apple
ple Apple Juice, Pineapple Juice, Grape Juice, Boiled Cider, Fruit
pt-K. tapjuKEroceiiy
PHONES 16 and 174


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. H. Brinson,
A tract of 1257 acres of the choicest
Marlon county farming land. Several
undred acres in cultivation, and near-
- m I 1 J
y all rencea. irirsi ciass urm uuuu-
ng of all kinds. Good timber on por-
lon of land not In cultivation. Close
o railroad and hard roads pass thru
ortlons of .the land. Only five miles
rom Ocala. This Is one of the best
arming tracts in the best section of
hlarlon. the banner county of the state
lof Florida. The price Is very reasona
ble. If interested, address Box 60S.
pcala, Fla.
At the meeting of the board of
krade held June 19th it was decided to
jchange the dues from SI 2 annually to
325, and the secretary be Instructed to
Ipubllsh for thirty days.
R. C. Muncaster, Secy.
The Ocala News Co., G. W. Martin.
jproprletor, has a large supply of coun coun-jty
jty coun-jty schools books on hand.
$600 spot cash will, buy a 1911 model
Hudson touring car, fully equipped.
33-horsepower. In first class condi
tion In every respect. You'll have to
Jhurry if you want it. Inquire at this
WANTED To get your auto top
Kvork; made new or recovered; backs.
cushions, slip covers, hoods, etc. Satis
faction guaranteed. Ocala Auto Top
Cor, at McAteer's shop.
Sprains require careful treatment.
Steep quiet and apply Chamberlain's
fciniment freely. It will remove the
Soreness and quickly restore the parts
o a healthy condition. For sale by all
WANTED By the King's Daughters,
k comfortable rocking chair for a tired
Vnojher with a sick baby. Just notify
the Star office or Mrs. c. 1 Hitiinger.
Moose meet Thursday evening.

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in bottles, 10c. and 25c.
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 & Chambliss Bank.
For summer aiarrnoea 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.
One small 10M capacity, portable
sawmill complete and timber for sale.
Apply or write Nathan Mayo, Summer Summer-field,
field, Summer-field, Fla.
Right in your busiest season when
you have the least time to spare you
are most likely to take diarrhoea and
lose several days' time, unless you
have Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy at hand and take a
dose on the first appearance of the
disease. For sale by all dealers.
WANTED To repair, upholster or
refinlsh your furniture. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Ocala Auto Top Co., at
McAteer's shop.
Never leave home on a Journey with without
out without a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It 1?
almost certain to be needed and can cannot
not cannot be obtained when on board the
cars or steamships. For sale by all
FOR RENT Offices In Holder build building.
ing. building. Apply to Davis & Martin.
The greatest enemy of childhood Is
the tape worm. It destroys health and
undermines the constitution. The great
est enemy of intestinal worms Is
removes the worms and helps the child
back to strength, vigor and cheerful
ness. i'rice zst cents per Dome, soia
by all druggists.
The Great Blood Purifier aad Nerve
Toale, for Rktiaitlma, Kldaey aad
Bladder Troubles Prlee 50.
Dr. Livlagatoa'a DIapepclae Powdera,
for Iadla-esttoa aad Stoataek Tro Tro-bleePrlee
bleePrlee Tro-bleePrlee 50 Ceata
Dr. LIvlaKatea'a Goldea Catarrh Bali
for Catarrh of the Head, Hay
Fever of Catarrhal Natare.
Price 50 Ceata
These Remedies Caa Always he Foaad
at the Coart Pharaiaey, Oeala, Fla.
A new supply of hair brushes Just In
st the Court Pharmacy. We Invite
your Inspection before you buy.

Mill QBItffi

K. of P. meet this evening:.
-Phone 284 for quick prescription ser service.
vice. service. Dr. A. L. Blalack, pfcysletaa, flee
kae -. 132.
Mr. G. W.
better today.
Cleveland Is somewhat
A new line of Congress cards. All
new designs, at the Court Pharmacy.
Mr. R. W. Thomas of Martel was at
the Ocala House yesterday.
The Ocala News Company has school
books in stock.
Mr. F. L. Grantham of Citra was a
Sunday guest of the Ocala House.
Phone 284 If you are In a hurry for
drugs and toilet articles.
Mr. J. G. Parrlsh spent Sunday at
Worthlngton Springs.
Editor F. E. Harris returned from a
visit to the lake this morning:.
Bathing caps, and they are beauties,
too, at the Court Pharmacy.
Mr. J. C. Jackson left today for a
two weeks' business trip to Alabama.
Miss Gene Fosnot of Eastlake
visiting her Ocala friends today.
Mr. Walter Wells and family have
returned from their visit to Georgia.
Tou can save money by purchasing
second-hand and rebound books at the
! Ocala News Co.
Mr. Geo. R.
night from a
Smith returned last
brief visit to Jackson-
We have Just received a supply of
tally cards, all new designs. The Court
Mr. H. A. Kramer returned last
night from a business visit to Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. Look over the Court Pharmacy's
line of box stationery. The finest
paper that ever came to Ocala.
Miss Annie Moorhead left today for
a visit to Miss Leila Turner at Inver Inverness.
ness. Inverness. WANTED Black Minorca chickens.
Apply to Mrs. J. W. WIdner, Leesburg,
Fla.. box 24.
Dr. J. H Walters left today for Fort
McCoy, where he will enter on the
practice of his profession.
FOR SALE One team or Horses and
wagon. Apply to the Woodmar Sand
& Stone Company.
Some miscreant has stolen the fine
bicycle belonging to Superintendent
Caldwell of the electric light plant.
Mr. Usher Norwood returned this
morning from a visit to his mother,
Mrs. F. E. Sheppard, in Daytona.
For cantaloupe and watermelon land
apply to the Alachua Realty Co.,
Alachua, Fla.
Judge Bell impressively and ef ef-fectivelylled
fectivelylled ef-fectivelylled te ItftotTof a colored
fetrpTeTnis afternoon.
Mrs. Sinclair and little grandson
left this afternoon for a visit to the
When trading with Waterman don't
forget to ask for coupon on the lady's
$50 trunk. H. A. Waterman.
Mr. J. R. Marlln is visiting the
solid and prosperous town of Reddick
Mrs. B. F. Hooks arrived from But
ler, Pa., Saturday, for a visit to her
daughter, Mrs. Paul Durarid.
Alma Zada Face Powder Is the beet
we have to offer at 50c the box. The
Post Office Drug Stores.
Miss Hallie Ley has returned from a
most pleasant visit to her sister, Mrs.
Alexander, in Tampa.
Keep a smile on your face during
this wet weather by using Dike's
Peroxide Cream at the Court Pharm
Mrs. J. C. B. Koonce entertained at
bridge Saturday afternoon in honor of
Misses Jean Austin and Miss Edith
Can furnish from one setting to one
thousand pure bred Rhode Island Red
eggs for hatching at $10 per hundred.
Ed Carmlchael, Ocala.
Mr. Wallace Stovall of Tampa spent
Sunday in Ocala with his mother and
sister, Mrs. Mamie Howse-Stovall and
Miss Minnie Stovall.
Are you Interested in paper bag
cooking? If so come to us for your
supply of the bags. 25c the package.
Post Office Drug Store.
Board and room for a limited num
ber, private family, excellent location,
very reasonable rate. Southwest cor
ner of East "Broadway and Tuscawilla.
FOR RENT The Bell residence, 19S
ttasi Aaams street; two-story, seven
rooms and bath. Apply to Joseph Bell,
All the young folks who have been
house-partying at Stanton returned
home this morning. They report hav
ing a lovely time.
Rexall Cold Tablets do the work.
Can give you the formula If you like
25c the package at the Post Office
Drug Store.
When in Jacksonville stop with Mrs
E. L, Maloney, at the Girard. No. 11
East Duval street, just off Main. Best
75c room In the city.
Do not leave any standing water
about your yard, particularly rain wa
ter nunareas ana thousands or mo-
squltoes are the result.
One of the horses belonging to the
sanitary department, while taking his
Sunday graze yesterday, bogged in
hole under the old vinegar line trestle
near "Lover's Leap." and was rescued
with considerable trouble by Fire
Chief Chambers and his assistants.
FOR SALE A five-passenger Hud
son touring car in good running order.
Price way down for quick sale. Apply
J. H. Smith, P. O. Box 35. 7-9-St


Sonar thiax
Xever Before Dit la
Every dollar speat during the Great
Clear Sweep sale at Helvenston &
Pasteur's has bought $2 worth of
Many other sales have been tried
and attempted in this city but never
have so. many people attended a sale,
and been so well pleased as have those
that attended this great sale. It is
with much pleasure and contentment
that both Mr. Helvenston and Mr.
Pasteur can talk of their sale, for they
have used nothing but fair and honest
means to please the buying public.
and while the past two days business
has been the greatest ever done in
Ocala. still hundreds are wending their
way to their store and anxious to reap
the -many good things being offered,
and this week bids fair to be as great
in attendance as was last week. A
visit thru their store will prove that
they offer greater values than any
other store, with many exceptional
good things being placed on sale each
Deputy, Sheriff Brigance captured a
man who promises to be a much want wanted
ed wanted criminal today. When the men who
are building the new hospital went to
work this morning, they found a num number
ber number of valuable tools missing. Mr.
Brigance was put to work on the case,
and soon arrested one J. C. Coleman, a
white, man .about 30 years of age, who
claims to be from Georgia. Coleman
was arrested at his room at the Mar Marion
ion Marion House. A number 'of the missing
tools were found in his possession,
also a watch and some other things
that go to show he was implicated in
a robbery that took place some weeks
ago at Fort McCoy.
Following is the program at the Air
Dome this evening:
"Poisoned Arrows," a thrilling In Indian
dian Indian story by the Pathe Company.
"The Winged Message." a beautiful
story of a child.
"The Lady Police," a comic that will
make you hold your sides.
Twenty-five extra votes given to ev every
ery every name entered in the Ocala-New
York contest tonight. Coupons dou double
ble double in value if it rains after 6 o'clock.
One of Ocala's sources of pride is
the number and beauty of her shade
trees. Shade is a good thing, but
some times it is too much of a good
thing, for any place where the sun
never shines in this climate is almost
sure to breed disease. The city gov government
ernment government should have about half the
rees cut down and the wood either
old or stored on one of the city lots
for municipal purposes. In many
places where trees were set out twen-
or twenty-five years ago, people
idn't allow for their growth and
planted them too thickly. In numer
ous locations where stood saplinsrs
when the writer came to Ocala twen twenty
ty twenty years ago are now sturdy oaks
with interlocking branches, and they
are too thick for their own good or
hat of the people.
The road to Silver Springs from
Ocala is just as good a road as any
one could wish to travel over U
aeroplane. It is also better than some
we have seen for ox carts, but it isn't
superfluously elegant .for Jiorse-drawn
vehicles and is a cussword brjt for
the drivers or autos. Tr.ebest way to
ride over it on a bicycle is to leave
our wheel at home and walk. The
road does very well out to the Gra-
hamville fork, but from there on it is
fierce. One of the-reasons why more
people do not auto out to the springs
is the two miles of execrable road east
of Fort King church.
Mr. George Martin, Jr., expects to
leave Saturday night for Henderson-
ville, N. C, from where he will later go
o Ashville. Mr. Martin has lately been
victim of fever, which he hopes to
lose in the North Carolina mountains.
where he will be joined by hs sister.
Mrs. W. H. Wilson, as soon as she is
able to travel.'
Frank's store was crowded with
customers this morning. Everybody
s charmed with the prices and the
clerks are kept busy.
The Ocala-New York trip contest
given by the Air Dome has aroused
more interest than any contest ever
given in Ocala, as well it might, as
such as offer has never been made to
the people of this city.
ous ?wm.
What Arc You Paying?
Lord de la Ware Tomato Sonp
per can 6c
Diamond "C" Dam per lb. 17 l-2c
Star Dam per pound ISc
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. Upton's Jelly Tablets 25c
3 Sunbeam Corn Flakes ... 22c
3 cans 5c Gold Evaporated
Milk. 10c
3 Dutch Cleanser 25c
3 Van Camps Hominy 25c
15 1-2 lbs. Granulated Sugar
lor -$1.00
Old Country Blend Tea, lb. 50c
5 Gallons Oil 60c
Pkg. Becker's Oatmeal 10c
Full Cream Cheese per lb. 20c
Henry Vinegar, per gal 35c
Salt Bacon 14c
13 lbs. Best Rice $1.00
24 lbs. Henry Clay Flour $1.00
12 44 50c
Cream ot Wheat, per pkg., 15c
Wesson Oil 30c
Compound Lard, per lb.,.. 11c
Irish Potatoes, per peck, 35c


A Lively Prospect for Next Thursday
The weather permitting, there will
be a game of baseball on the South
Ninth street grounds on Thursday aft
ernoon. 25st inst, the Gainesville team
having consented to come on that
The game will be strictly amateur.
so far as Ocala is concerned, and we
are given every assurance that the
same rule holds good with the Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville folks.
As the stores are closed for that
afternoon, it is to be hoped that there
will be a good crowd in attendance.
and save the baseball management
the trouble of calling on citizens to
help defray the expenses of the visit visiting
ing visiting team.
The hour for the game will be an announced
nounced announced later.
The board of trade will meet at the
courthouse Wednesday evening, July
24, at 8 o'clock.
The marriage of Miss Lilian, daugh daughter
ter daughter of Mr. and Mrs, H. L. Anderson, to
Dr. Joseph Lee Kirby-Smith took place
at St. Johns Episcopal church in Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville Saturday evening.
The bride, who was brought up in
Ocala, is a very pretty and aecom?
plished young lady, and Is well and
kindly remembered by scores of her
girlhood friends in this city. Dr.
Kirbysmlth Is a popular young physi physician
cian physician of Jacksonville. The happy couple
left immediately after the wedding for
a bridal trip tc the groom's former
home in Tennessee.
Tonight a S2.50 gold piece given to
he lucky number, also Tuesday and
Wednesday night.
Tuesday night the standing of the
contestants will be announced in the
Popular Lady Contest.
Wednesday night double votes will
be given in this contest.
Thursday night is amateur night.
Don't miss this.
Every night a good showing of the
best pictures that can be obtained.
The W. C. T. U. will meet Tuesday
afternoon with Mrs. T. E. Bridges, and
in connection with the business meet meeting
ing meeting will honor the birthday of Mis?
Anna M. Gordon, (July 21) national
vice president at large, assisted by the
children of the Loyal Temperance Le Legion,
gion, Legion, who observe this date as Red
Letter Day. Following is the pro program
gram program :
Instrumental music.
Life Sketch of Miss Anna A. Gordon
Mrs. W. H. Dodge.
Poem by Miss Gordon, recited by
Avalee and Marguerite Edwards.
Vocal solo Mrs. C. E. Winston.
Selection from Miss Gordon's "Young
Crusader," recited by Katherine
Piano and violin selections of na national
tional national airs.
A Voice from Miss Anna A. Gordon
Mrs. George Feltham.
Temperance shots from the mem-
Mr. Emory Leavengood and Miss
Maggie Mock of Ocala embarked yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, at Belleview, on the boat call called
ed called wedlock, to sail the matrimonial
sea. All their friends bid them smooth
sailing and that their white sails of
love will always be full of the true
breeze of affection, and that the chart
of economy will Indicate their latitude.
One thing about this boat, it has no
captain, only mates, and if true mates
they will always be on the lookout for
icebergs and breakers ahead. We
hope that they will enjoy the voyage
of life and anchor safe and sound in
Port Harmony.
Miss Viola Scott made the cake.
Indeed it was a dandy;
And for the wedded party's sake
'Twas leavenedgood with candy.
W. Lloyd Hughes.
For sale cheap, a 4-passenger. 1914
Flanders auto, in good running order.
Apply to J. G. Spurlin, Lake Weir, Fla.
Merchants' Cafe. A. C. L. depot cor
ner. Meals a la carte and lunches at
any hour.
Mr. B. S. Weathers of Jacksonville
spent Sunday in the city, visiting his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Weathers.
and other relations and friends. Mr.
Weathers sticks closely to business
and is not able to visit Ocala as often
as his friends would like to see him.
See the trunk in Waterman's win
dow. He is giving this trunk away,
to the one holding the lucky number.
IL A. Waterman. 7-18-6tdltw
The people of Ocala should be proud
that they have a motion picture thea theater
ter theater like the Air Dome, where the fea feature
ture feature above everything else is a pro program
gram program that is composed of good, clean
pictures thrown upon the screen with
a beautiful clear light. The Air Dome
is a specially happy place these warm
summer evenings.
Mrs. George L Taylor will entertain
the sewing circle of the Methodist
church this afternoon at her home in
the first ward. Mrs. Burkhalter will
assist Mrs. Taylor in entertaining the
Mrs. Susie McPherson Is here from
Cartersville, Ga., where she is partner
in an up-to-date millinery business,
and will spend some days visiting
friends and relatives in her childhood
Miss Eva Futch of Gainesville, the
charming guest of Mrs. T. E. Bridges,
left this morning for a visit to friends
at Mulberry.
The number of motorboats on Flor Florida
ida Florida rivers and lakes causes a large
and increasing space of the water to
be covered with a thin coating of oil.
This oil coating, while not thick
enough to do any harm may in time
have some effect in reducing the num
ber of mosquitoes, and will certainly
do ?o when it spreads to the swamp
and backwaters.
Two five room cottages for rent;
new and well located. Apply to F. W.
Ocala Lodge No. 99. Meets each
Thursday night In hall In Gary block.
O. F. Mershon. Dictator.
22. L. Stapp, Secretary.

is an asset that every man shedd own. To do tzsbtss
properly, you must have a chtckba ccccuzL There is
one best bank to open such an account with, acd that Is
We afford our depositors every facility consistent wi!h
sound banking and respectfully solicit yoor ccccsnt,
whether it be large or small.
H. D. 8TOKE8, Cashier.

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havk vor :k iimr or
Well, here he is, our operator, the
boy who maizes our pictures so clear
and delightful to the eyes. Is he good?
Well now you just come down tonight
to the Ideal Theater and see the clear clearest
est clearest pictures you ever saw in this town
and. by the way. don't miss "The Girl
Sheriff," a greatewestern picture.
"All in the Family." Some wilj
laugh at this, others smile, but before
the finish you will hear a scream or
"When the Heart Rules." A beau
tiful Selig drama.
A $2.50 gold piece given to the lucky
number tonight.
The Seaboard Air Line will run a big
excursion to Jacksonville Monday,
August 5th. Fare for the round trip.
$1.50, good for three days.
Saturday afternoon, July 20th, my
tan leather suit case, about 24 inches
long, was carried off by mistake from
the S. A. L passenger depot in Ocala
on arrival of 2:40 train from south.
Suit case has my name, J. E. Hendrix,
and the address, Brooksville, Fla., on
one end. Party having same will
please notify the Star office, Ocala,
Fla. J. E. Hendrix.
'Man" Fort, who killed. his wife and
John Drooklen at Lake Bryant, is on
trial in the circuit court. The work
of securing a jury was in progress
when the Star went to press.
sTTiTrtr-Fjm rext
One of the stor
wing of the Oca
Apply to R. T. A
Merchants' Cafe, A. C. L. depot cor
ner. Meals a la carte and lunches tt
any hour.
John Bremer left Thursday for
Ocala to accept a position as book
keeper and stenographer with R. S.
Hall. Tampa Tribune.
Miss Ramona.Kay will be among the
week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. R.
BIsbee at their atractlve cottage at
Pablo Beach. Jacksonville Metropolis.
Miss Mary Verdery has returned,
after a delightful visit in Ocala as the
guest of Miss Mary Burford, and she
was also a member of the house party
at Seabreeze given by Mr. Jim Rentz.
Jacksonville Metropolis.
C. R. Wishart of Ocala was a busi
ness visitor in Tampa Saturday.
Tribune, 21st.
Mr. and Mrs. D. L Graham and lit
tle son went down to Ocala yesterday
and will spend several days there
with relatives. Gainesville Sun.
Mrs. John L Edwards and daugh daughters,
ters, daughters, little Misses Ava Lee and Mar Marguerite
guerite Marguerite Edwards, of Ocala, spent
Thursday in Gainesville, guests of the
former's brother, W. D. Sheppard, at
the residence of Dr. and Mrs. J. S.
Bodiford. Mrs. Edwards is the wife
of the president of the Ocala aNtional
Bank. Gainesville Sun.
Miss Annie Williams and nephew;
Master Bart Corley, are in Palatka on
a visit with relatives and friends.
Gainesville Sun.
Miss Florence Cork of Mcintosh is
in the city, a suest of Mrs. S. E. Dor Dor-man,
man, Dor-man, South Pleasant street. Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville Sun.
Don Peabody of Ocala Is visiting
home folks for a few days. Don Is now
deputy clerk for the clerk of the cir circuit
cuit circuit court of Marion county and is an another
other another Sanford boy who is making
good. Sanford Herald.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Marsh and little boy
of Ocala have moved to this city and
are residing on Laurel avenue. Mr.
Marsh will represent the Standard Oil
Co. here and expects to do consldera
ble business here In this line. He is
a hustler and very obliging and ought
to sell the famous product that makes
the buzz wagons go. Sanford Herald
All citizens who. are Interested are
hereby asked to take a hand In the
war're against rats and mice, since
these pests are known to be the prin principal
cipal principal means of conveying bubonic
plague which at present threatens to
spread into America from Europe and
elsewhere. Use rat traps, cats, poison
and even the small boy might be utiliz
ed by offering him a bounty per capita
on the rat. Ocala Board of Health.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286. Benevolent and
Protective Order of Elks, meets sec
ond and fourth Tuesday evenings in
each month, visiting brethren always
welcome. Howen n. Hampton, Jti, it
Joseph Bell. Secretary.
Moose meet Thursday evening.




Following are the meteorological
conditions that prevailed during: the
twenty-four hours up to sunset yester yesterday:
day: yesterday: Tartly cloudy; sooth wind.
Maximum temperature. 93 degrees. -Minimum
temperature, 71 degrees.
Average, 81 degrees.
Local showers tonight or Tuesday
in north and central portions; fair In
south portion.
Mr. E. J. Nix and family of Hernan Hernando
do Hernando have come to Ocala to live. They
will occupy Mrs. Haycraft's new cot-"
tage In the second ward. Mr. Nix wan
born and raised at Kendrlck. but has
been a resident of Citrus county for
the last few years. He and his family
will be a welcome addition to Ocala.
Mr. J. A. McDaniel of Kinston, N, C.
a cousin of Mr. Tom Pritchett of
Candler, was In town with Mr. Prit Pritchett
chett Pritchett today and left on the afternoon
train for a trip to St Petersburg.
Mr. W. F. Marlowe went to Ilomo Ilomo-sassa
sassa Ilomo-sassa Saturday, to help the Woodmen
camp at that place In some lodge
work. There Is a live camp at Homo Homo-sassa,
sassa, Homo-sassa, and the members gave Mr. Mar Marlowe
lowe Marlowe a hearty welcome.
Deputies A. J. Brigance, Charlie
Smith, C. L. West and Charlie Weaver
went out to Zuber Saturday night and
gathered In a bunch of negro gam gamblers,
blers, gamblers, who were fined each five dollars
and costs In Judge Lyles' court this
The rate In DeLand Is 10 cents for
residences, running down as low as 6
cents for power when a great quantity
of current Is consumed. DeLand
nD nusixKss nuotnoo
ays the Saturday Evening Post:
Many experienced observers have re remarked
marked remarked that the first half of 1912 wit witnessed
nessed witnessed the bitterest and most uncer uncertain
tain uncertain presidential contest since the civil
war. Moreover, the most conspicuous
figure in this contest was the special
bogyman of Big Business, carrying
universal ruin and desolation In his
capacious bosom while Mr. Bryan, al-
st as direly portentous, stood In the
distance on the other side. It
is an fcJd circumstance that, though
other and"",S.sser presidential contests
have had some wreg8ive effect upon
business, this one has had none
ever. To record-breaking foreign
trade, bank clearings and railroad
earnings we have referred before; but
in a field that takes a long look ahead
namely, in building operations re records
cords records have been broken also. In May
alone permits Issued In a hundred and
twenty-three cities involved an aggre aggregate
gate aggregate outlay of a hundred million dol dollars,
lars, dollars, and for five months the total
was four hundred millions.
There is, of course, a good reason
for tliis. The Infant on the merry-go-round
screams In fright upon first ex experiencing
periencing experiencing the sensation of motion, yet
soon learns that It Is not only harm harmless
less harmless but pleasureable. After some
years of complete stagnation, motion
in politics filled us with vague alarms.
We are getting used to It now and
find that it Is perfectly harmless.
Legitimate business has discovered
that there is no danger to It in any
political proposition that Is now con conspicuously
spicuously conspicuously before the public.
(New York World)
Presidential Nominee Wilson is fond
of limericks. Daily Paper.
A statesman and scholar named Wood-
To the White House decided he would
He will do It this fall.
For progressive men all
Have made up their minds that he
should go.
To a sound stalwart Hoosier named
Old Destiny says that his star shall
Continue to rise
In political ftkies.
For the people to Marshall are par-
battle-scarred leader named Bryan
Let out a loud roar like a Hon.
And when he was through
There was nothing to do
But to carry out Belmont and Ryan.
There was a rambunctious Bill Moose
Who got his head Into a noose,
iWhen he said, "Let me run
If you want to see fun."
All the people replied. "What's the
There was a big fellow named Taft
Who was running a Salt River craft;
With political punk.
It was loaded and sunk.
Whereat everybody just laft.
rv.. m -, f
inai lampa paper wnicn puunsnpu
the name of the successor to Judge
Locke and his appointment, this week,
and then took an exchange to task for
not carrying the same story, is some
journal, for this day and time even.
The editor has a nose for news. It was
a fine readable newspaper story, and
the editor is to be congratulated on
his scoop. But It Is a pity to have to
spoil it by telling him that no appoint
ment has been made yet. Jackson
ville Metropolis.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union of
America, meets in Yonge's Hall on the
second Thursday evening of each
nonth. Geo. L. Taylor. P. M.
Chas. K. Eagre, Secretary.




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Don. J. Lav In


Following are just a Few of the Thousands of
Articles Carried in our Great Farnitcre, Hardware,
House Furnishing and General Supply Store. Come
in and look the stock over, you will find many
things you want
For the Office
Roll &ndFlat Top Desks, Typewriter Desks, Stenographer's
Desk, Office Chairs, Stools. Sofas, Ktc.
For the Dining Room
Handsome Round or Square Extension Tables, Dining Chairs,
Rugs, Sideboards and Chiffoniers, ISouffets, China Closets, China
Dinner Sets, Lamps, Fine Table Linen, Etc.
Parlor Furniture
Handsome Mahogany, Oak, Willow or Mission Ohairs, Straight
Racked or Rockers, Tables, Sofas, Lamps, Rugs and Carpets, Pic Pictures.
tures. Pictures. Bedroom Furniture
Beautiful Dressers and Wash Stands in Golden Oak, Birdseye
Maple or Mahogany. Beautiful Iron and Brass Beds in over Fifty
Different Varieties and Prices. Rugs and Mattings, Chiffoniers and
Wardrobes, Toilet Sets, Blankets, Comforts and Linens.
For The Pantry and Kitchen
Handsome Refrigerators and Ice Chests in Several Differ
Makes and Styles and any Size or Price ItesireiLua-fltriTRanges

In Hither Wnnd or Oil Burners. Kltche:4fc VTables.

Hardware' li

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Anything Desired in Silverware fu u, '"o Cutlery and

Sissors in our H-wware Department; Slio-.

w-rHmTT'lrrrSefs, Screens and Irons, Etc.

Carriage and Harness Dept
Buggies, Carriages and Wagons for all Purposes, Harness, Sad Sad-Domestic
Domestic Sad-Domestic and Imported, Art Squares, Mattings, Etc., in the Coutnry.
dies, Lap Robes, Whips and Everything for the Horse or Vehicle.
PHONE 47 North Magnolia St. OCALA, FLA.

F. E. McCLANE, M. D.

Specialist In Clinic Diseases

Specialist In Diseases of Eye,
Nose, Throat and Lungs


Ocala, Florida

Office. 332.
Dr. McClane's Residence, 407.

Dr. Stewart's Residence, S2.
Notes Call made by uperlal appointment
after 7 p. m. each day.


Bulte 1 to 7 Holder Block. Southwest
Corner of Public Square

Special Grnlto Urinary Clinic

Call up Phone 300 and Let us Give an Estimate on Your


We Guarantee lo Save Yon Money on Any Work in Onr Lines
Am nr employ none bat expert vre are la ponltloo to guarantee er er-ery
ery er-ery pleee f work we eomMrurt to ntand the Inspection of the munt
rlKld lnpe'torn. It rontn mothlnK to feet our flgnre, and yon are tae
wlaaer, whether we secure the contract or not. Give ua a trial.



EllecMve June 9th
Ocala NoFtHhiera Railroad
will sell round trip tickets from all points on its line at
one way rate, on Sunday only
Gen. Pass. Agent

Out of Night and Storm.

"When Rose Cannon woke on the

morning after her arrival at Antelope,
a memory of the enewflakes of the
evening before made her jump out of
bed and patter barefooted to the -window.
It seemed to her It -would be
lot of fun" to be snowed up at An Antelope,
telope, Antelope, and when she saw only a thin
covering of white on the hotel garden
and the diminishing perspective of
roofs, she drew her mouth into a gri grimace
mace grimace of disappointment
With hunched-up shoulders, her
hands tucked under her arms, she
stood looking out, her breath blur blurring
ring blurring the pane In a dissolving film of
smoke. It was a cold little world.
Below her the garden the summer
pride of Perley's Hotel lay a sere,
withered waste, its shrubs stiff in the
grip of the cold. The powdering of
snow on its frost-bitten leaves and
grizzled grass added to its air of
bleakness. Beyond rose the shingled
roofs of Antelope's main street. Rose,
standing gazing up, wondered If her
father would go on to Greenhide, the
new camp twenty miles from Ante Antelope,
lope, Antelope, where an important strike had
recently been made.
Half an hour later when they met
at breakfast he told her he would not
leave for Greenhide that morning.
Perlev had warned him not to at

tempt it, and he for his part knew the
country well enough to realize that
it would be foolhardy to start under

such a threatening sky. It would be
all right to stop over at Antelope till
the weather made up Its mind what
It meant to do. It might not be fun
for her, but then he had warned her
before they left San Francisco that
she would have to put up with rough
accommodations and unaccustomed
Rose laughed. Her father did not
understand that tho roughness and
novelty of It all was what she en en-Joyed.
Joyed. en-Joyed. He was already a man of
means when the was born, and she
had known nothing of the hardships
and privations through which he and
her mother had struggled up to for fortune.
tune. fortune. Rocky Bar the night before and
Antelope this morning were l

glimpses of the- region over

which tfcs pioneers had swarmed in

annon, only a lad In his

teenTtrt 4g them.
Perley's warnings of bad weather
were soon verified. Early -in the aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon the Idle, occasional snow snow-flakes
flakes snow-flakes had begun to fall thickly, with
a soft, persistent steadiness of pur purpose.
pose. purpose. At four o'clock, Wllloughby, the
Englishman who had charge4 of the
shut-down Bella K. mine, came, but butting
ting butting head down against the wind, a
group of dogs at his heels, to claim
the hospitality of the hotel. His
watchman, an old timer, had advised
him to seek a shelter better stored
with provisions than the office build building
ing building of the Bella K. Wllloughby, whose
accent and manner had proclaimed
him as one of high distinction before
It was known in Antelope that he
was "some relation to a lord, was
made welcome in the bar. His four
red setter dogs, shut out from that
hospitable retreat by the swing door,
grouped around It and stared expect expectantly,
antly, expectantly, each shout from within being
answered by them with plaintive and
Ingratiating whines.
The afternoon was still young when
the day began to darken. Rose Can Cannon,
non, Cannon, who had been sitting In the par parlor,
lor, parlor, dreaming over a fire of logs, went
to the window, wondering at the grow growing
ing growing gloom. The wind had risen to a
wild, sweeping speed, that tore the
snow fine as mist. There were no
lazy, woolly flakes now. They had
turned into an opaque, slanting veil
which here and there curled into
snowy mounds and In other plaoes
left the ground bare.

Rose looked out on it with an In

terest that was a little soberer than

the debonair blltheness of her morn

ing mood. If It kept up they might
be snowed In for days, Perley had
said. That being the case, this room,
the hotel's one parlor, would be her
retreat, her abiding place for her
bedroom was as cold as an ice-chest
until they were liberated. With the
light, half-whimsical smile that came
so readily to her lips, she turned from
the window and surveyed It Judicially.

She was leaving the window to re return
turn return to her seat by the Are when the
complete silence that seemed to hold
the outside world in a spell was brok broken
en broken by sudden sounds. Voices, the
crack of a whip, then a grinding
thump against the hotel porch, caught
her ear and whirled her back to the
pane. A large covered vehicle, with
the whitened shapes of a smoking
team drooping before it, had Just
drawn up at the steps. Two mascu masculine
line masculine figures, carrying bags, emerged
from the interior, and from the driv driver's
er's driver's seat a muffled shape a cylinder
of wrappings which appeared to have
a lively human core gave forth much
loud and profane language. The iso isolation
lation isolation and remoteness of her sur surroundings
roundings surroundings had already begun to af affect
fect affect the town-bred young lady. She
ran to the door of the parlor, as in ingenuously
genuously ingenuously curious to see the new ar arrivals
rivals arrivals and find out who they were as
though she 'had lived in Antelope for
a year.
Looking down the hall she saw the
front door open violently inward and
two men hastily enter. The wind
seemed to blow In and before Perley's
boy could press the door shut the
snow had whitened the damp mat matting.
ting. matting. No stage passed through Ante Antelope
lope Antelope In these days of Its decline, and
the curiosity felt hy Rose waa shared

by the whole hotel. The swing aoor
to the bar opened and men pressed
into the aperture. Mrs. Perley came
up from the kitchen, wiping a, dish.
Cora appeared In the dining-room
doorway, and in answer to Miss Can Cannon's
non's Cannon's inquiringly-lifted eyebrows,
called across the hall:
"It's the Murphysville stage on the
down-trip to Rocky Bar. I guess they
thought they couldn't make it. The
driver don't like to run no risks and
so he's brought 'em round this way
and dumped 'em h?re. There ain't
but Vxo passengers. That's them."
She indicated the two men who,
standing by the hall stove, were di divesting
vesting divesting .themselves of their wraps.
One of them was a tall upright old
man with a sweep of grizzled beard
covering his chest, and gray hair fall falling
ing falling from the dome of a bald head.
The other was much younger, tall
also, and spare. to leanness. He wore
a gray fedora hat, and against its
chill, unbecoming tint, his face, its

prominent, bony surface nipped by
the cold to a raw redness, looked sal sallow
low sallow and unhealthy. With an air cf
solicitude he laid his overcoat across
a chair, brushing off the snow with a
careful hand. Buttoned tight in a
black cutaway with the collar turned
up about his neck, he had an appear appearance
ance appearance of being uncomfortably com compressed
pressed compressed Into garments too small for
him. Hl3 shiny-knuckled, purplish
hands, pinching up the shoulders of
his coat over the chair back, were In
keeping with his general suggestion
of a large-boned meagerly covered
lanknees. The fact that he was
smooth-shaven, combined with the un

usual length of dark hair that ap appeared
peared appeared below his hat-brim, lent him
a suggestion of something Interest

ingly unconventional, almost artistic
In the region where be now 'found

himself he would hare been variously
set down as a gambler, a traveling

clergyman, an actor, or perhaps only

a vender of patent medicines who had

some odd attractive way of advertis

ing himself, such as drawing teeth

with an electrical appliance, or play playing
ing playing the guitar from the tall-board of

his showman's cart.

Now, having arranged his coat to
Its best advantage, he turned to Per

ley and said with a curiously deep!

and resonant voice:

"And, mine host, a stove In my

bedroom, a store In my bedroom or X


Cora giggled and threw across thai

hall to Mlis Cannon a delighted mur

mur of:

"Oh. say, ain't he Just the richest


"You've got us trapped and caged

here for a spell. I guess," said the

older man. "Any one else In the

same box?"
"Oh, youll not want for company,"

said Perley, pride at the Importance




This is the market where QUALITY
is the predominating feature together

BLE REASONABLE PRICES it is the market where

you are sure of the best your money
will buy plus good, couorteous. prompt
These hot days are the days that
prove the excellence of our refrigerat refrigerating
ing refrigerating equipment and our sanitary con conditions
ditions conditions will YOU prove them to
YOUR OWN satisfaction by trying us?
PHONE 108.
V. II. HARSH, Proprietor.


Ever Find

Be Sure It's Rlcerlein's
then go ahead. No better, bo acre elkisss
bererafe is Bade tkan thst pre, tjsr!dsj
beer. jfs


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(Brewery Bottled Only)
Favorite with the careful choosers for CO
years. Keep a case at. horae, Health and
cheery evenings result Phone or postal
now, while you think of it. Also remember
Mperlein's Barbarossa is on sale at most bars
and cafes.

Wholesale Dealers
23 Sooth Mae-aolla St,
Phooo 293, Ocala, Florida


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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 tip 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.


"Do Yeu Think They'll

of the announcement vibrating in bis
tone. "We've got Wllloughby bere
from the Bella K. with his tour set setter
ter setter dogs, and Bill Cannon and bis
daughter up from the coast."
"Bill Cannon!" the two men stared

and the younger one said:

"Bill Cannon, the Bonanza King

from San Francisco?"

"That's him all right," nodded Per

ley. "Up bere to see the diggings at

Oreenhlde and snowed In same as


Here Rose, fearing the conversa

tion might turn upon herself, slipped
from the doorway into the passage

and ut the stalra to her own room.

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


Accidents to the flesh
will happen, no matter
how careful you are.

Kent atwars in the house is

a guarantee of prompt treat treatment
ment treatment whenever there is a cut.

burn, bruise or other injury to
the flesh of any member of the
family. The sooner these
wounds are treated, the greater
certainty that they will heal
without much nain or loss of

time. It is equally certain that
the torture of rheumatism,
neuralgia and sciatica, lame
back, stiff neck and lumbago

will be eased, and the disease

speedily driven out of the body.
If voti have it on hand the

sufferiner is short and the cure

Is speedy and complete.
Price 23c, 50c and S1.00 per

JamesF.Batlard.Prop. St.Louis.Mo.

Stephens Eye Salve Cures Sere

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(Continued Tomorrow)


Would You Rather Pay For a Pump Once IVfccn
Vnn Rnv It. or Pav For One Three

ur ruur limes

South Lake Weir. July 18. Miss

Winnie Albertson spent Saturday and V Hell VOU DUV a DUmp pOOHV ITiaae ITOm COCap IT1&W

Cnnllt- n-lV unnla ar1 91int Q t I 1 1 1 A A 5 A A? X A? X

" riais you nave oniy sianeu 10 pay ior ic, lor you uuvu u pay
Candler. '.

Mr. Henry Gladdins and Mr. Edwin IO! a COUplG OI 01.1018 QUriDg UlG time a gOOOl One WOU1Q

Albertson went to Ocala Saturday, re- gtfU be gvUg satisfactory SerVlCC
turning the same day.

aarhril .hpre that Mr. Arthur This isn't trip worst fpntiirp nf hnvincr a nhflan numn:

lama nt Miami fnrMWtfNiJ LJi nla-a I O

fan adbuimSfty ieQjance and inconvenience it causes by getting out

oi oraer is eveirTTOTBeTnaireiw ejipenge.

The pumps we sell are the reliable, durable kind that

give lasting satisfaction. They rim easily, flow the most

water and do not require repairs or 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.

will return this

here for his home

Mi.s Irene Gates was the guest of

her friend. Miss Juanita Lytle of Stan

ton several days last week and she re reports
ports reports a very enjoyable visit while

Mr. Wallace Reed was a caller In

our midst Tuesday of this week. Mr.

Reed is the popular agent of the A.

C I Railway at Hawthorn. His many

friends are glad to welcome him home
whenever he comes.

The much needed repairs on our

hard road are being looked after by
the superintendent, Mr. Snell, of Ok Ok-lawaha.
lawaha. Ok-lawaha. He Is making the road all

right again. As this road is traveled a
great deal by autoists it needs looking
after often.

Quite a large crowd of young peo

ple met at the South Lake Weir post-

office Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock

and from there they went to the home
of Mr. C. E. Albertson of this place and
gave his daughter. Miss Winnie, a sur surprise
prise surprise party. For amusement they play played
ed played games and had music and some
solos. Refreshments were served, con

sisting of ice cream and cake, which
were brought by the guests. The
young people were chaperoned by Mrs.
C. S. Gates and those present were
Misses Juanita Lytle, Ruth Dickson.

Irene Gates, Ollie Leavengood, Mildred

and Katherine Pyles of Ocala, Louise

Albertson. Daisy Albertson and Violet
Albertson of Candler, and Messrs. Carl
Lytle, Russel Gano, Carl Schmidt, Al Alton
ton Alton Coggins, Wallace Reed, Faul
Schmidt, Milton Slygh of Lady Lake

and Ernest Slygh of Jacksonville. They

all departed at a late hour and all had
a delightful time.
Mr. Henry Gladding from New Brit Britain,
ain, Britain, Conn., who has spent the winter
and part of the summer here, returned
to his northern home Wednesday, sail sailing
ing sailing from Jacksonville.

A Mr.. Brown and son and a few

other friends from Oxford are camping

at the Miller place here and are enjoy
ing the bathing in Lake Weir.




An auto is a very expensive pile of
junk. No one can really afford a car
that cannot be used. That's why at
the first sign of trouble, you should
send your machine here to be repair repaired
ed repaired so that greater trouble will be
avoided. An ounce of 'precaution
costs much less than a pound of re


FRorMa Auitto Saflcs Co.

iiunii ui uuvciumciii uutiuiuu vvuiut u. m


Careful Estimates Made on All Con
tract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the dj.

Foley Kidney Pills
Give prompt relief from BACKACHE,
BLADDER and all annoying URINARY
IRREGULARITIES. A posifre boon to
B. A. DtK en Washiarton St., Cotmerwrill,
ted., is in his &5th yeer. lie writes us : "I hT
lately suffered tench from try kidneys and blad bladder
der bladder 1 h&J severe backaches and my kidney action
was too frequent, caosm me to lose much sleep
at night, and in my bladder there was coostaat
pain. I took Foley Kidney Pills for some time,
and am now free of all trouble and asmin able to
be np and around. Foley Kidaey Pills tiave my
Liiheit raoommeadauoa."

Sold by tke Aatl-MaLr

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 of Ocala, to-wit: Beginning with
the intersection of said avenue on the
west side of Main street, running
thence east three thousand eight hun hundred
dred hundred and forty-one feet, containing ap approximately
proximately approximately eleven thousand nine
hundred and fifty square yards.
Said bids to be sealed and filed with
the clerk of the city of Ocala at least
five days prior to above named meet meeting
ing meeting of said council; said bids to be
made in accordance with specifications
for such paving now on file at the
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: H. C. Sistrunk, City Clerk.


Notice is hereby given that the
Board of County Commissioners will
receive bids for one Gasoline or Oil
Traction Engine of 20 to 60 horse-power,
and 4 or more 3 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.

1 $C5 Dining Room Set, Table, Chairs and Closet, like new $33.C3
1 Mahogany Parlor Set, 3 pieces, loose cushions, only 22.00
1 Wicker Parlor Set, 6 pieces, good condition, only 19.C0
1 6-hole Steel Range, with reservoir, good condition 18X3
1 Home-Made Desk and Book Case, glass doors, only 6-S3
1 Second Hand Organ, $17. Another for only .... ... 23
1 Phonograph, and 6 Records, only 8.73
1 used Graphophone and 5 Records, Bargain at only 9.3

1 used Graphophone and 8 Records, very cheap at 12J?

Lot of used Records, some good as new, at 20c, 30c, 40c eac
Graphophone Needles, soft tone. 20 0 for .ICf
Mosquito Canopies, Steel Frames, la rge size, $1.00; for iron beds, $3
SMITH'S, Baclc of Variety Store


Effective May 1st and Continuing Until November lc;

WtodlsdDir EM
Jacksonville, Florida

EUROPEAN PLAN (Exclusivenyl

Finest Cafe in the State in Connection
Rooms Without Bath, $1.00 per Day and Up
Rooms With Bath - f2.00 per Day and Up'
T. M. WILSON, Proprietor and l.'lciizzr