The Ocala evening star


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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
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Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )


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

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VOL. 19.
NQ. 44.
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Credit i character derived from public opinion,
the estimate, commercially speaking, that otheiB place
upon ynu and your buwides ability.
It is the priceless testimony of others of yonr hon honesty
esty honesty and integrity, and constitutes your standing in
the community.
It is a private bond, established by a clean moral
life, fair business dealings, promptness in meeting
your obligations, and the ability to handle your busi business
ness business affairs in su;h a manner as to win the confidence
of those who have money to Joan.
A bank credit is the best business asset you can
have. Let us hely you establish one.
The Munroe & Chambliss Bank

Would You Rather Pay. For a Pump Once When
You Buy It, or Pay For One Three
Or Four Times?

When you buy a pump poorly made from cheap mate mate-rials
rials mate-rials you have only started to pay for it, for you have to pay

for a couple of others during the time a good one would
Still'be giving Satisfactory Service.
. This isift the WOrst feature Of buying a Cheap pump,
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of order is even worse than the.

The pumps we sell are the reliable, durable kind that standard. Maccienny; star, thus thus-give
give thus-give lastiug Hatiafaotion. They rm easily, flow the most iITe Mia

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.
Marion flardrwaire (Co.
Ocala, Florida

Effective May Jst and. Continuing Until November 1st

Jacksonville, Florida
EUROPEAN PLAN (Exclusively)
Finest Cafe in the State in Connection

' Rooms Without Bath, $1.00 per Day and Up
Rooms With Bath - $2.00 per Day and Up
T. M. WILSON, Proprietor and Manager

Holder Block.
Office Over Commercial Bank
Office Hours. 8tol2a.rn.ltoS
p. in. Puone 211.
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One small 10M capacity, portable
sawmfll complete and timber for sale.
Apply or write Nathan Mayo, Summer Summer-field,
field, Summer-field, Fla.
This Is an age of great discoveries,
rrogress rides on the air. Soon we may
see Uncle Sam's mall carriers flying in
all directions, transporting mall. Peo People
ple People take a wonderful interest in a dis
covery that benefits them. That's
why Dr. -King's New Discovery for
coughs, colds and other throat and
lung diseases Is the most popular
medicine 'In America. "It cured me of
a dreadful cough," writes Mrs. J. F.
Davis. Stlckney Corner, Me., "after
doctor's treatment and' all other rem
edies had failed." For coughs, colds
or any bronchial affection Its unequal unequal-ed.
ed. unequal-ed. Price 50c and $1. Trial bottle
free at Tydings & Company.
Any intelligent and competent young
woman who wishes to learn to be a
trained nurse should call on the super
intendent of the Ocala Sanitarium.
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.



Democratic -atloaal Committee Waata Dob at lea fro tae Plaaderaaad,
Bat Will W Glad to Receive Coatrlbotfoaa froa tae People

Woodrow Wilson Is democratic in
all that the word implies. In the cam campaign
paign campaign which is to end with his tri triumphant
umphant triumphant election as president of the
United States every detail will be
worked out along democratic lines.
Mr. Taft will have the financial
backing of the money interests while
Roosevelt will be the recipient of
political debts from men prominent
in the great financial circles. To con conduct
duct conduct a national campaign properly
much money is necessary, but Wood-
row Wilson, who is to be elected by
the people, prefers that all campaign
contributions come direct from the
In this year when the wave of pro pro-gressiveness
gressiveness pro-gressiveness is sweeping over the
country when the people are assert asserting
ing asserting their rights and are about to
come into their own It is proper that
these campaign contributions should
come from the people who are ready
to participate in the upheaval.
The Bryan resolution settled the ob obligations
ligations obligations due predatory wealth from
the party. Woodrow Wilson, the pro progressive,
gressive, progressive, wants no big money from
"big business." His idea of campaign
funds is that it should come from tens
of thousands instead of from a few.
The money power has nothing to
ask from men like Woodrow Wilson
and he has nothing to give ("hem. He
will be the president of all the people
and the unrelenting foe of "special
Florida, firm In the democratic faith
levoted to the principles expounded

Claude L'Engle. Editor Dixie. Jacksonville. Fla.:

, Please find enclosed which please forward to the treasurer
of the National Democratic Executive Committee to be added to the cam campaign
paign campaign fund to be used for, the spreading of true democratic doctrines, which
is to result in the triumphant election of Wilson and Marshall as president
and vice president of the United States.

Dixie, in addition to receiving con-
tnbutions from an worthy sources.
would appreciaTe the cooperation of
the following newspapers throughout
the state which have done yeoman
service for the cause of progressive
democracy and the principles espoused
j by. the leader, and which are request request-led
led request-led to likewise receive donations:
News, Arcadia; Journal, Pensacola;
Times, Apalachicola; Times, Quincy;
News, Jasper; Leader, Marlanna; Ad Advocate,
vocate, Advocate, Wauchula; Sentinel, Fort Lau Lauderdale;
derdale; Lauderdale; Free Press, Mayo; News, Pa Pa-latka;
latka; Pa-latka; Record Dade City; News, Web Webster;
ster; Webster; Herald, Perry; Breeze, Craw Craw-fordsville;
fordsville; Craw-fordsville; Press, Fort Myers; Times.
Tampa; Argus. Brooksville; News.
Montlcello; Times-Democrat. Bronson;
Free Press, Bristol. Courier, Plant
City; Enterprise, Madison; Herald,
Bradentown; Star, Ocala; Journal, Key
Levon, July 22. Mr. R. R. Rhodes
and family, Mr. C. L Gaulding and
family and Miss Julia Waters spent
Saturday afternoon in Ocala.
Mr.W. J. Frink and Mr. J. Q. Baker
visited Ocala Saturday evening.
Dr. T. K. Slaughter and family. Mr.
and Mrs. A. H. Goodwin spent the day
Sunday on Lake Weir.'
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Perry spent Sun
day with relatives in Oxford.
Mr. P. M. Moseley was in Ocala
Mr. Charles Davis of Summerneld
was mingling with his many friends
in Levon Friday.
Messrs. W. J. F.rink and A. H. Good
win were looking after business in
Ocala Friday.
Mr. George Lovell of Tedro section
and one of Marion county's best farm farmers,
ers, farmers, was In Levon Friday.
Dr. and Mrs. T. K. Slaughter had
for their guests Saturday and Sunday.
Col. and Mrs. II. M. Hampton of
Mr. Wm. Bailey, section foreman for
the McGehee Lumber Co.. had a serious
accident Saturday morning, while rid
ing to his work on his level car. He
was -sitting on the front part of the
car with his feet hanging down. See
ing a snake in the road, he raised his
feet to avoid being bit, and leaned
back far enough to be caught by the
lever car as it came down and it Is
thought his back is broken. He was
rushed to the hospital in Ocala by Dr.
T. K. Slaughter.
Mr. John Culpepper went up to
Ocala Saturday to meet Masters Paul
and Dick Barco of Crystal River, Mrs.
Culpepper's brothers.
Mr. W. J. Frink with a party of
young friends of Ocala spent the aft
ernoon Sunday on Lake .Weir.
Charles Gaulding. with the big Mit
chell car, took a jolly crowd of young
people to Lake Weir for the day Sun
day. In the party were Messrs. Al
fred Oliver, Tom Proctor. Misses Nan
nie. Janle and Lottie Perry of Pedro.
Misses Julia Waters and Thelma
Gaulding of Levon. The party wishes
to extend thanks to Mr. D. H. Davis
for courtesies shown.
A Boston man lost his leg from the
bite of an insect two years before To
avert such calamities from stings and
blfes of insects us Bucklen's Arnica
Salve promptly to kill the polscyi and
prevent Inflammation, swelling and
pain. Heals burns, bolls, ulcers, piles,
eczema, cuts, bruises. Only 25 cents
at Tydings Sc. Company.


by Woodrow Wilson and loyal to the
party of the people should be a factor
in this campaign of education. Flor Florida
ida Florida democrats should contribute to
the success in a financial way. Tho
dollar of those in moderate circum circumstances
stances circumstances will do aid in the sending out
of democratic literature and the other
legitimate expenses of the campaign.
Dixie has made a fight for progres progressive
sive progressive democracy and it will continue
that fight until the national Ills which
have crushed the people are eliminat eliminated.
ed. eliminated. Dixie is anxious for Florida to aid
in the national campaign and will
cheerfully receive any and all contri contributions
butions contributions for the national committee
from one dollar to one hundred dol dollars.
lars. dollars. The remittances will be forward forwarded
ed forwarded immediately on receipt to the treas treasurer
urer treasurer of the national committee in or order,
der, order, that aid can be promptly given to
all necessary work.
There are thousands of democrats
in Florida who can afford to aid in
this work. The dollar of the work work-tngman
tngman work-tngman and the greater amounts of
those blessed with this world's goods
will be joined in the payment of the
national campaign expenses.
Florida should be heard from in this
regard and Dixie invites the coopera cooperation
tion cooperation of all the truly democratic pa papers
pers papers of Florida to receive contribu contributions
tions contributions in their respective communities
and send in their amounts however
small which will go into the general
fund. Dixie readers (and they em embrace
brace embrace thousands of intelligent progres progressive
sive progressive democrats) are Invited to contri-
bute. Use the following coupon.
Fla 1912.
West; Sentinel. Orlando: Reporter Reporter-Star.
Star. Reporter-Star. Sanford: Tropical Sun. West
Palm Beach; Courier-Informant; Bar Bartow;
tow; Bartow; Advertiser, Bonlfay; Democrat,
Live Oak; News, DeLand; Breeze. De De-Funiak
Funiak De-Funiak Springs: Tribune. Fort Pierce;
Lake Region. Eustis; Advocate. Wau Wauchula;
chula; Wauchula; Star, Milton. Record. DeLand;
Record, Fernandina; Advertiser,
Graceville; News. Waldo; Banner,
Chipley; Courier, Marianna.
Remember that "every little bit add added
ed added to what you've got makes a little
bit more."
The democratic party has obtained
Its divorce from "special priivlege"
and the campaign funds must come
from the only source, that is proper
which Is from the people.
Send In your contributions to Dixie
or to either, of the above papers.
Start the ball rolling and do it now.
Newspapers can .send all amounts col collected
lected collected to Dixie, and acknowledgement
and due credit will be given.
Calomel la a Form of Mercury, aad If It
Stay la the Hamas. System, Ita
Effect la Terriblft Aak Yonr
Any physician will tell you that mer
cury. If it remains In the body, will
soften and rot the bones, a disease doc
tors call necrosis of the bones. Calo
mel Is a form of mercury, and to keep
clear of danger Its a safe plan to take
no calomel at all, especially as there
is a better remedy.
Both children and grown people will
And a perfect substitute for calomel in
Dodson's Liver Tone, a pleasant, vege
table tonic that induces the liver to
act and which never has any bad after
effects. In fact Dodson's Liver Tone
will do everything that calomel does
without any of the dangers of calomel.
A large bottle costs only fifty cents,
and the Court Pharmacy will refund
your money if you are not satisfied.
Can furnish from one setting to one
thousand pure bred Rhode Island Red
eggs for hatching at $10 per hundrad.
Ed Carmlchael. Ocala.
Washington Seminary
Tba Sooth's aort baaotifal Samiaary,
a pnrmia Mrt ua mimiuim Ihmu
tr turn C Boardiag dapartnaat limited; mot mot-Ua
Ua mot-Ua faculty ot ifbtm tprilitf aoaU rlirm.
mm! eourw for gtmd too -wtih faiwiiiMj
dwtefM fat Piaao, Pip Orfma. VMla. Totes.
AHt Iipnwloi. DoaMstte Sawn Phynoftl Culv
or. CarhacM adauta to data A Celiac. Thirty Thirty-fifth
fifth Thirty-fifth aaar. Illustrate! cmatlof.
LlewcUra D. Jt Eaat B. ScaH. Priaciaala
Funeral Directors
Undertakers and Eabalners
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
Fnaeral Directors,
AU Work DoLe by License! Era
balmers and Fully Gnaranceed.
Phones: D. E. Mclver. 104; C. V. Rob
erts, 205; Undertaking Office. 47.

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Jaaare Haaford Probably Foaad lit
Health Se-rloaaly I aa paired by Cas
ta! Iaveatlaratlaat
Seattle, Wash., July 23. Federal
District Judge Cornelius Hanford,
whose conduct on the bench has been
under investigation by a sub-mommit-
tee of the House Judiciary committee,
has telegraphed his resignation to
President Taft, assigning ill health as
his reason for desiring to retire from
the bench.
Delivered at tae Coaveatloa of tae
Farmera Edaeatloaal aad Coopera Cooperative
tive Cooperative Ualoa of America
Editor Star: I have Just returned
from attending the state convention of
the Farmers' Educational and Coop Cooperative
erative Cooperative Union of America, at Greens Greensboro,
boro, Greensboro, Fla. This convention was well
attended by a large body of business
men and everybody was very enthus enthusiastic
iastic enthusiastic over the success of the union,
and It Is certainly the farmer's hope.
I am enclosing you an address of wel welcome
come welcome delivered by Miss Mabel Shep Shep-ard,
ard, Shep-ard, one of Gadsden county's fairest
daughters, and I will be glad if you
will give it space in your paper.
Yours truly.
S. J. McCully.
Berlin. Fla., July 22.
Welcome to the State Coaveatloa
I have the exclusive pleasure and
distinguished honor as a member of
this organization of welcoming you
here today.
It is indeed a pleasure to see so
many new faces among us, and when
this meeting Is over and each of you
have returned to your respective
homes, we wish for it to remain as
one of the brightest pages In the book
of your memory, not only as a meeting
that has accomplished great good that
not only will benefit us today, but will
be transmitted to posterity, but also
as one of pleasure, as one that will be
remembered when the evening shad shadows
ows shadows begin to lengthen across our
pathway, we want you to feel that you
have been invited to an open house
where everything that is within is for
your pleasure yours to enjoy.
It is indeed an honor to have with
us our national president, jnas. t.
Barrett, whose wisdom has piloted
this organization through many a
perilous hour, and whose untiring ef
forts have been instrumental in mak making
ing making many hearts happy, a mission so
noble and benevolent as his demands a
generous and self denying enthusiasm,
the greatest worries of today, fighting
the bravest battle ever fought, not
with sword or cannon shout, but in
the legislative halls of this United
States, there is his battlefield. Un
crowned and crownless yet we hail
him as the king of the common peo people.
ple. people. Our state president, M. S. Knight,
also has gained many golden laurels,
and would each member of this order
only lend as willing a hand as he has
our success would be much easier at
tained, and the success would De
twice .as great for all would have
helped to win it. His examples we to
day gladly honor they might be fol
lowed by all his successors.
In the face of each delegate here we
see the imprint or determination
plainly written and were this organ!
zation to succumb to the lowest de
gree with such a band of heroes as is
here today we could bring It forth.
yes, even from the tomb, a living pres
ence redeemed, regenerated, disen
thralled, and send it rejoicing oaward
to victory.
It is as yet in its infancy, though
serenely above all it stands, our new
hope, to the fallen and perishing we
throw a silken cord and gently draw
them back into the circle of human
Founded on the maxims of common
sense, employing witnia ltseii no
arms, but those of reason, and known
to its subjects only by the blessings
it bestows and perpetuates, yet capa
ble of directing against any foreign
oe. Nowhere is no organization wilV
you find a people that put forth nobler
energies, a people where there Is
kindled a loftier spirit. Our souls are
filled with new fire, new hope and
new daring.
Let no future historian Inform pos
terity that it was on honor's page we
tried to write our name, but today for
equity we strive: it is for our rights
we clamor: it is for them some of our
members have torn themselves from
the embrace of loved ones, turned
from the smiles of beauty and went
forth to the conflict, and the battles
they have already fought and carried
victory so gallantly before them and
the precious things already gained
will never be forgotten when our
eager minds are rastened on new
things which seem so desirable, and
with God's own voice in sweetest
matchless harmony as our accompani accompaniment
ment accompaniment and support, this, organization
shall continue to shine resplendant
to all the ages.
We shall ever feel an honest pride
in our home local if for no other rea
son than to know that it has had the
honor of a state convention, and the
pleasure of entertaining some of Its
greatest men. We have nothing that
Is too good for you and with grate
ful hearts we bid you welcome, thrice
welcome, and wherever your course
may take you while here, you will
find the doors wide open, and with
heartfelt joy we bid you enter.
Ifaa Cared Worae Caaea aad You Caa
Try If at Oar BUk
Tes. try Zemo. That's all you need
do to get rid of the worst case of ec eczema.
zema. eczema. You take no chance. It Is no ex experiment.
periment. experiment. Zemo is positively guaran guaranteed
teed guaranteed to stop itching, rash, raw, bleed bleeding
ing bleeding eczema, make a pimpled face
smooth and clean. Zemo Is a wonder
and the minute applied it sinks In,
vanishes, leaves no evidence, doesn't
stick, no grease, just a pure, clean,
wonderful liquid and it cures. This
is guaranteed, Zemo Is put up by the
E. W. Rose Medicine Co., St. Louis, Mo.,
and sold by all druggists throughout
America, and In Ocala by the Postof Postof-fice
fice Postof-fice Drugstore.
Odd Fellows meet tonight.




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elegant but everlasting. Good looking silver silverware
ware silverware in your home leaves an impression on
visitors and friends that exists after all other
impressions fade. We invite you to look to today
day today over our specially selected stock of the
latest designs in beautiful silverware.

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Bring Yonr Anto Troubles to

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Union Square
Clean, Comfortable, Convenient and Home-Like Hotel, ou

the American and European Plans.
American Plan, $2 per day and up. European Plan. $1.00 per day and up.
Special Weekly Rates.

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New Hotel Astor

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HATES: $1 d Up
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Telephone in Each Room. Free Baths.
Take Street Car at Union Station and
Get off at Hogan Street.
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Rittinger & Carroll Proprietors.
K. R. Carroll, Itaslness Manager.
J. II. Benjamin, Editor.
Entered In the .oatoffice at Ocala.
Fla., as second class mall matter.

I fnlfnl fr3 A W'ARi
i : m i " y

Jacques Iloffer, a hotel man of in international
ternational international reputation, who commit committed
ted committed suicide In New York last week,
was well known at St. Petersburg,
marrying into a family in that city
about three years ago.

The prohibitionists won a point in
the United States Senate Saturday
when Senator Cummins authorized a
Teport favorable to the bill giving dry
states the power to Intercept ship shipments
ments shipments of liquor from wet territory.

Eight years ago thL? summer, Rus Russia
sia Russia and Japan were locked in a death
grapple over Manchuria. In the last
few days, the story is out that they
have concluded an offensive and. de defensive
fensive defensive alliance. It is denied, but
stranger things have happened.

Harper's Weekly shows a pretty
good spirit In Its hearty support of
Woodrow Wilson, after all the fuss
that was made over the Harvey-Wat-terson
incident. lakeland Telegram.
There wouldn't have been any fuss If
It hadn't been for Granny Watterson's

"The varnish," we presume. Is a
badge of newness. We were ditor of
a Florida newspaper before the Ocala
man could tell a dash-rule from the
hell-box. As for knocking it off
veil, it will take "the Florida news newspaper
paper newspaper men" to do it. Tampa Times.
You must be perilously close to your
second childhood.

The story comes from Macon, Ga.,

that Essie Carter, a young woman
from Dawson, same state. Is In a hos hospital,
pital, hospital, badly hurt and perhaps crippled

for life because of 'a whipping given
her by white men of Dawson. It seems

that a young man, a son of a promi prominent
nent prominent citizen of Dawson, was Infatuat

ed with the girl, so the prominent citi citizen
zen citizen and some of his friends severely

whipped her and drove her out of




The work of selecting a Jury for the
trial of J. W. Fort was finished early
yesterday afternoon and the testimony
was all In before night.
Fort went on the stand in his own
defense, lie told of the double killing
in a straightforward" and unemotional
manner. ... '
. Fort had had reason to suspect his
wife and Brooklen for some time, and
had warned them t6th. On the day
of the killing he left the house, osten ostensibly
sibly ostensibly to be' gone for some time, but
returned In a few minutes, and found
that his wife and Brooklen were to-

ether In his wife's room. He obtain-

his gun and as Brooklen ran out of

the room shot him ujwn.

He then went Into the room, reload reloading
ing reloading his gun as he went. The woman
Inquired if he had killed Brooklen. He
said he had, and she then asked, "Are
you going to kill me." Fort replied
that he was. The woman said. "I'll
ask for only one thing, and that is
that you don't kill yourself." She had
no sooner spoken than Fort fired and
killed her.
The woman's name before her mar marriage
riage marriage was Maisie. King. She came
here from Georgia, and was an inmate
of one of ; the-houses In the restricted
district .when Fort met her. They
were marrlad 'about three years, ago
and It seems that for a while she tried
to live straight, 1 The day after her
death, her body was buried without
ceremony in an unmarked grave near
the scene of the killing, and how
much justification she had for her
waywardness is only known to the
Highest Judge. Certain it is that
there was some sympathy for her even
among those who condemned her, and
no matter what is thought of the
death of Brooklen, no one can be
found to excuse Fort for killing- her.
Fort was represented by. Attorneys
Bullock, Spencer and Gober, while
State Attorney Davis conducted the
prosecution. The argument was in intense
tense intense and took up all morning.
At 1:30 court reconvened, and Judge
Bullock charged the jury in his usual
clear and Impartial manner. The jury
retired at 2:30. It was composed of
Messrs. W. B. Mllligan, R. J. Ferry.
W. H. Shaw, W. R. Shaw, J. F. Luff Luff-man,
man, Luff-man, A. S. Burgess. T. L. Hanes. Dan
.Monroe, S. U Campbell, W. H. Troc Troc-tor,
tor, Troc-tor, I J. Klrby, S. I. Hiers.
At 4:30 p. m. the jury had not re returned
turned returned a verdict.

Editor Star: I wish to congratulate
you on the stand you have taken as to
the Montgomery case. You have hit
the nail on the head. One of the causes
of so much crime of all sorts being
done Is the leniency of the law. Al Almost
most Almost any crime short of murder, and
that sometimes, can be got around by
the payment of a few dollars. What
Is the fine of a few dollars to the man
well able to pay It? Nothing at- all.
but a few months or years In the pen
at hard labor would not only cause the
person who did the deed to think
strongly about reformation, but would
also deter others from doing the same
thing. As It is now, a person who dis disregards
regards disregards the laws can, with the assist assistance
ance assistance of his lawyer, walk out of the
court house a free man upon the pay payment
ment payment of a few dollars and that causes
others to think that they can do the
same thing. If a person commits a
breach of the law he should be made
to suffer the penalty, not pay a few
dollars and so free. That is no punish punishment
ment punishment at all and will have no effect on
reformation, but a few month. work
for the state would cause him to pon ponder
der ponder on his wrongdoing and the effect
thereof. I hope that the editor's re remarks
marks remarks may help towards the just
punishment of all wrongdoers, for th
records show that crime of all sorts
Is on the increase, and needs some
strenuous means to put a curb on It.
C. H. Voorhees.
South Lake Weir, July 22.


Seaaatlonal Kcape of Charlea Sosser Sosser-ntan
ntan Sosser-ntan from the Vol aula (utility
Charles L. Sosserman, the young
man wanted in PeLand on a charge of
forging a telegram and a draft on a
bank in that splace on May 30th, and
who was arrested through information
aceidently dropped by the man's
sweetheart In this city, is once mo?e
at liberty, having made a sensational
escape from a passenger train while
In the custody of Sheriff Smith, of De De-Land.
Land. De-Land. Sheriff Smith arrived in Jackson-

TT WILL PAY this amount to anyone who can prove that any merchant in Marion
county can buy the goods listed below on the present market from a reputable
wholesale merchant in the regular way, at a lower price than I have them advertised.
THINK WHAT THIS MEANS! It means that I am selling you goods at retail for less
than any merchant none excepted -in Ocala pays for them. The goods here listed
are of standard makes, and any merchant can tell you the wholesale price. If he tells
you less than my prices, ask him the name of the wholesale dealer, who must be a
legitimate firm selling goods in the regular way.
I Will Pay the Merchant Another $50 For Telling You
Or if a merchant himself can prove that he can buy these goods at less than these
prices, with the above conditions, I will pay him the entire $150. Such goods as are
not branded you can see at my store and get a sample. If a merchant tells you that
he has never heard of the brands then let him prove that he can buy similar goods at
at less than my prices. And yet I do not say that I am selling at less than cost.


Out Announce Announcement
ment Announcement Contained
75 Pieces. Hee
ate 20 of them
that are Less
Than Any Ocala
Merchant Can
Btiy Them.

19 Yards
Bleached Sheeting
Yard-Wide :
Good S cent Value
For $1.00

Striped Poplins, all colors, regular

25c seller, per


Silk Striped Pongee, assorted colors.

L'.'c value, per

Solid Color Pongees, assorted
colors, 19c values, yard.
9-4 Unbleached Sheetings,
good grade, per yard. .


10-4 Unbleached Sheetings, 1 Q,
good grade, per yard .. i 1JC,

Yard-wide Bleaching, real 7c

value, at yard :

r r . ...

Bleached Cambric, yard-wide,
10c values, per yard. ....



Percales, all colors, warranted fast.

real 10c values, at per


15 Yards
39 incSea Island
: 'Salt-finish

10 cenll Value

For $1.00

25 Yards
Unbleached Sheeting
Real 6 cents Value
For $1.00

-Yord-jsride. Pajania Checks", best.
z tioT underwear,, JOc values for C
Vast Color Dreis:ahs; 'ohfy O'
a few 5cvalues, at per; yard OC


Curtain Scrim, newest patterns,
per yard

"... Beached Cambric

12 cent Value :

For $1.00


Fancy Dress Ginghams, our
regular 10c grade at, yard

Linen Finish Chambray,-all
color's, 10c values, per yard C


Calicoes, the best made, all
colors, at per yard.. ......





hams, tRcr value.ner. arjlf AaJ i.

j Fast, colpr Apron Ginghams?' c
...V, grade' a,t ... .V. ...... .4ic yard
" '
A AMR of good r are uHlhnc
that did dM appfir la clrularua me
did not want other merebantn -to Imy



Let Another
Merchant Make


This OHeif!

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. ft


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Redticedl Prices!

mi mm

Every Yard of
Dress Goods on
Sale at Special
Prices at Frank's

There Are 51-2 Sales Running in Ocala
Let every one prove that they are selling goods
at comparative prices. If they do, or if one
does, I will quit business immediately My sales
were the first in Ocala. I have always adver advertised
tised advertised facts and done exactly as advertised.
My announcement contained 75 prices and every one of
them is on comparatively the same basis as the 20 prices
herein quoted, Come to my store and I will prove that I sell
goods in this sale at less than other merchants pay for them.
Remember, I do not claim I am selling below cost, but I do
claim I am selling at less than any store in Ocala whether
there is a Sale or no Sale.





Every Yard of
Goods in My
Store Was
Bought Since



ville on Saturday, returning- home ;MHIo
from Detroit, where he hal gone for j
Sheriff mith says hi. rrioner uc uc-ceeiled
ceeiled uc-ceeiled in getting out from un.ler Lis J. K.
watchful eye for the short space of a Walter C,
minute, but this was loner enoujih for j vt.-tf l h
him to leap from the window of the l:ve The
movinjr train near Adam Park, a lit- i rosy in t
tie town twenty miles south of Macon. an offu offu-Sheriff
Sheriff offu-Sheriff Smith went back at once and omi.ani omi.ani-attempted
attempted omi.ani-attempted to find his man. hut all ; teres: e .'.
traces of him were lost, and it is fear- ; thr,-e
ed he will not be in the hands of the 'ei.ii i.e.iv
law again soon. Jax. Metropolis. at Dunne

elated for

several years


i. Miami Herai.

Christian of Melntos

of Dunn-lion


h '1 V

i ve

Mr. i DR

( III vtv mi:

HII.I. Iir.Mli: H MUMIj r rsTian anj OaniMc have

.-.,.-.,,.1 tut. idso nf rhp Oroves iron- !The Great

ert", now under construction at the

..oraer of Avenue D
street, an 1 on X-tobe
iei-artment .-tore that

make people sit up and take notice.
Mr. Gamble will make this his home
i-,nd will have chars of the business.
Th also purchased a solid block
..; the Lawrence estate, pay-in? for it
and seettrins wiiat some con-sjdf-r
the choicest piece of the property

f tne srov.



eavily in Miami, a- the"
city t i have a future that i
.lie ,.-x: rente. Mr. t'jritian i
r in v.-r : :k and tru-
iri f inii 1 tr.'l xvi w
res and i e.-r..-' r- 1 r
v weiiiiit. in "f 'i st i
lh.n, ,l. re !.e 5:3 s :er-n a --so

niood Purifier and Nerve

Tonic, for Rheumatism, Kidney aid

and Eleventh! Iiiadiier I rouble 1'riee ooe.
1 will open a Dr. Llvfncton DiMpepelae Pondftn,
it is said will for Iadisentlon and Stomach Trou

ble Price SO Cent
Dr. LiTlnstonN Golden Catarrh Halm,
far Catarrh of the Head, Hay
Fever of Catarrhal Nature.
Price SO Centa
Thee Itemed lew Can Alvraya be Found
at the Court Pharmacy, Ocala, Fla.

SrvmnriHi's bargains
1 $63 Dining Room Set, Table, Chairs and Closet, like new ."...,$35.00

1 Mahogany Parlor Set, 3 pieces, loose cushions, only

1 Wicker Parlor Set, 6 pieces, good condition, only
1 G-hole Steel Range, with reservoir, good condition

1 Home-Made Desk and Book Case, glass doors, only
1 Second Hand Organ. $17. Another for only
1 Phonograph, and 6 Records, only
1 used Graphophone and 5 Recprds, Bargain at only
1 used Graphophone and 8 Records, very cheap at

Lot of used Records, some good as new, at HOC, 30c, 40c eacb
Graphophone Needles, soft tone, 200 for 10
Mosquito Canopies, Steel Frames, large size, $1.00; for Iron beds, $&3
SMITH'S, Back ol Variety Store



1 ?.



The CommniercSall BaumBc


Firsts Its shareholders are all home people, business
en and. farmers. Their Interests and yours are mutual,
main right here In the community for the upbuilding1


men, professional
The bank's profits
of our town and

seeeadilts business Is governed with conservatism. Speculation plays no
rt In its conduct. It fosters and encourages home enterprises, all of which

kke for soundness and satisfactory bank service.

When I
I Always
With Billy
Cafe f
The best place in the city
from 6:00 to 7:30


A tract of 1257 acres of the choicest
Marlon county farming land. Several
hundred acres In cultivation, and near nearly
ly nearly all fenced. First class farm build
Ings of all kinds. Good timber on por portion
tion portion of land not In cultivation. Close
to -railroad and hard roads pass thru
portions of the land. Only five miles
from Ocala. This Is one of the best
farming tracts In the best section of
Marlon, the banner county of the state
of Florida. The price is very reasona reasonable.
ble. reasonable. If Interested, address Box 606.
Ocala, Fla.


? d if ci i cd o on

. U. I ILL LI. II a UU.
(Formerly Smith & Roberts)
uneral Directors and
Licensed Embalmers

bdy Assistant when required

iotfo A nrniAi4t1 DiAmnllv Nlnfif

or Day, to All Parts of City
or Country
arlors located Between Ideal
Theater and Express Office


If you are troubled with any kid

ney, bladder or rheumatic trouble, you

will find sixty days' treatment In a

dollar bottle of Hall's Texas Wonder,

and seldom one bottle falls to cute.

Send for testimonials. Dr. E. W. Hall.
2926 Olive street.. Bt. Louis. Mo. Sold
by all druggists.'



At the meeting of the board of

trade held June 19th It was decided to

change the dues from $12 annually to

25, and the secretary be Instructed to

publish for thirty days.

R: C. Muncaster. Secy.

s too Important a matter for a woman

o be handicapped by weakness, bad

blood or foul breath. Avoid these kill-

hopes by taking Dr. King's Life Pills.

New strength, fine complexion, pure
breath; cheerful spirits things' that

win men follow their use. Easy, safe,
sure. 25c at .TydUngs & Company.


1600 spot cash will buy a 1911 model

Hudson touring car, fully equipped.

33-horsepower. In first class condi condition
tion condition in every respect. You'll have to
hurry if you' want It. Inquire at this


ontractor and Builder

Ilans ana specifications Furnished

Upon Ileauest.
129 South Third Street




This Is the market where QUALITY

the predominating feature togethei


LE rrXlCES it Is the market where

ou are sure of the best your money

ill buy plus good, couorteous, prompt


These hot days are the days that

rove the excellence 'of our refrigerat

lg equipment and our sanitary con

itlons will YOU prove them to

OUR OWN satisfaction by trying us?
PHONE 108.
W. II. MARSH, Proprietor.



Ml W

Elks meet this evening.

Odd Fellows meet tonight.
Phone 284 for quick prescription service.

Mr. A. FV Dreka returned la3t night
from a visit to DeLand.

Dr. A. L. Blaleck, shyalelaa, afftee
aaae N. 132.

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

The Ocala News Company has school
books In stock.

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

Bathing caps, and they are beauties,
too, at the Court Pharmacy.

Dick Hawkins, the Star's corres correspondent
pondent correspondent at York, was in the city yesterday.


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

Mrs. H. W. Henry with her mother
and little daughter from Lake Weir
were in town today shopping.

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

Mr. C. A. Harris returned last night
from his trip to Toronto. "Cap" says it
is hotter in Canada than in Florida..

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

Mr. J. H. Dunn went to Lochloosa
this morning to doctor a mule for the
Southern Pine Company.

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

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

For cantaloupe and watermelon land
apply to the Alachua Realty Co.,
Alachua, Fla.

When trading with Waterman don't
forget to ask for coupon on the lady's
$50 trunk. II. A. Waterman.

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

At a recent meeting of the county county-school
school county-school board it was decided to assist
the sub-school board to build a new
high school building in Ocala, the
present building being entirely inade inadequate
quate inadequate for the needs of the city. The
board proposed to give 115.000 towards
the .building; provided the sub-school
board of Ocala would give 85.000 and
the citizens of Ocala $10,000. making a
fund of 830,000. which will build and
equid a very handsome brick high
school edifice. The board appointed
one of Its members. Prof. W. D. Carn,
as a member of a committee to take up
the matter. The sub-school board ap appointed
pointed appointed Mr. W. T. Gary as its member
to represent the sub-school board, and
Prof. J. IL Brinson, superintendent of
public instruction, is ex-offlcio a mem member
ber member of the committee and is acting as
its secretary. The committee, under
the original Intention of the plan, then
selected two lay members, CoL R. S.
Hall and Mrs. Jack Camp, to meet
and advise with them.
The entire committee met yesterday
afternoon in the office of the board of
public instruction in the court house,
with Mr. R. L. Anderson present.
Plans were discussed in a general way,
and the different lots in the city that
might be available for a building site
were discussed. The committee then
adjourned until Tuesday. July 30, to
meet again at the same place to look
over and discuss architect's plans,
which the secretary is to have ready
and submit at said meeting. In the
meantime prices will be obtained on
the several locations that might be
used for the site of the new building.
It is therefore seen that good head headway
way headway is being made on the plans for a
new high school building and when
the people of Ocala take hold of a
thing of this kind in earnest it is gen generally
erally generally a success.


Lee F. Ballard, the fruit dealer and
news agent, received this morning the
first barrel of good apples of the. new
crop to reach town. The apples were
sound and pretty, a bright green in
color, ripe and sweet and went like
hot cakes.


Trylaa: Dadgrv Death, a $tloa
Faremaa SaMalaed a Ddeadfal
Mr. William Bailey, a section fore foreman
man foreman for the McGehee Lumber Com Company's
pany's Company's logging road at Levon. met
with a dreadful and peculiar accident
a few days ago. Mr. Bailey was rid riding
ing riding on the lever-operated hand-car.
sitting on the front end, with his legs
hanging down. Looking ahead he saw
a huge rattlesnake coiled -between the
rails, and jerked his feet up to get
them out of the way, before the car
should pass over the reptile. In jerk jerking
ing jerking his legs up, he threw his body
backward. under the powrful Iron
crossbar of the lever, and it came down
across his shoulders and literally dou doubled
bled doubled him up, like a closed pocketknife.
breaking his spinal column. He was
brought to the Marion county Hospi Hospital,
tal, Hospital, where he Is receiving every care,
but hi3 case is most desperate and
well night hopeless.


HarfDi DlHtlaetly Waata It I'ader I'ader-atood
atood I'ader-atood that He haa a RIj; Sale
for Little Money
Mr. Marcus Frank resents the state statement
ment statement made in the Star of yesterday
about a rival sale in the city. Mr.
Frank has a page advertisement in to today's
day's today's paper, in which he names twen twenty
ty twenty staple articles, giving prices on the
same, taken at random from his large
circular, containing seventy-five such
prices. Mr. Frank affirms that these
twenty prices are less than any mer merchant
chant merchant in Ocala can buy the same goods
for at wholesale. They are seasonable
goods, as well as staple goods and
have been in his store less than six
months for during his great clearing
out sale, when he was intending to go
to New York to reside, he sold EVERY
SINGLE JIECE of shelf or piece goods
In the store. Read Mr. Frank's adver

tisement and call on him. Next week
he is going to spring a sensation on
the shoppers of Ocala that will be an




Of the Namea In the Oeala-New York

Trip CoateHt Will be Made at
the Air Dome

Commencing July ISth 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.


Mr. J. R. Roddenberry Is erecting a
very cozy cottage of three rooms in
the northern part of town.


There will be a basket picnic at Oak

Grove, midway between Blitchton and

Morriston. 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
ed Invited to come and have a good time. Re Refreshments
freshments Refreshments will be served by a spe

cial committee.

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

Another Friday night is approaching
and no funds collected for band con concerts.
certs. concerts. The coin Is all present if the
right person would go and gather it in.

Are yon Interested In paper bag
cooking? If so come to us. for your
supply of the bags. 25c the package.
Post Office Drug Store.

Mr. J. W. Fomby has taken the po position
sition position of night watchman over the
work being done on the Harrington

That great interest is being taken in

the Ocala-New York contest was

shown last night by the great crowds

that packed the Air Dome. Although
the ballot box was a large one it was

nearly filled with coupons that were
entered last night. Tonight the names

of the contestants will be given, so
that evervone will know lust who haa

The board of trade will meet at the entered. Remember the coupons dou-

July ble In value on the nights it rains af

ter six o'clock. Prlgram tonight:

"A Doubly Desired Orphan." A beu-

tlful Vitagraph child story.

"To Save. Ills Brother."


"He Who Laughs Last." Comedy.

courthouse Wednesday

24, at 8 o'clock


is an asset that every oaa shscld own. To do
properly, yon nasi have a cfctckfcacccct. Tfcsrc h
one best bank to open scch cn accent ryltb, ac3 cl b
We afford our depositors very facility eczsisteel -ViVh
sonnd banking and respectfully solicit yesr cccczzU
whether it be large or snail.
H. D. 8TOKE3, Cashier.


When we say there is always a good
show at the Ideal Theater. Tonight
the standing of the contestants in the
Popular Lady Contest will be an announced
nounced announced and Wednesday night double
votes will be given. Program tonight:
"The Law of the North." An excit exciting
ing exciting Selig picture.
"Unwelcome Love." Pathe drama.
"The Tin Can Rattle." A great com comedy
edy comedy picture.
12.50 gold piece given away tonight.


Following are the meteorological
conditions that prevailed during- the
twenty-four hours up to sunset yester yesterday:
day: yesterday: '-
Clear, southwest winds.
Minimum temperature, 72 degrees.
Maximum temperature. 95 degrees.
Average temperature, 71 degrees.


Generally fair tonight and Wednesday.



It will be well for you to give us
your name the first thing, when giving
us an order over the telephone.

We try to get your name the first

thing, but can't always do so.

By giving your name as soon as you

get us, will do away with the annoy
ance of being cut off while you are
giving an order. Unfortunately, this
happens very often, and unless we
recognize your voice, we are "at a loss

what to do. for we have your' order

and not your name.

We are not familiar with the tele

phone business, so can't blame the

management or the operators for these

For sale cheap, a 4 -passenger, 1911
Flanders auto, in good running order.
Apply to J. G. Spurlln. Lake Weir, Fla.

Merchants' Cafe, A. C. I depot ear earner.
ner. earner. Meals a la carte and lunches at
any hour.


Married at the rectory at 5 o'clock

yesterday afternoon. Miss Genevieve J blunders

Fosnot to Mr. Benjamin F. csnyaer.
Rev. Campbell Gray officiating. Pres Present
ent Present were only the rector and mem members
bers members of his family, and Mr. Clifford
Ayer, who acted as witness and best
man. The happy couple left on the
evening train for Eastlake, from which

pie they will leave tomorrow for their tentlon tnat your orderg

The bride, a pretty and accomplish

ed young lady, is well known to our

people, and very well known Indeed

Western at Eastlake. where she has made her ug ght on the minute

nuine lor surae years, ana aiu inaue
herself universally liked by her

bright and charming disposition. For

the past year or more she has been
the Star's correspondent at Eastlake,

We don't want to take the blame on

ourselves, therefore we are making
this explanation. You at the other
end are apt to think that we are care careless
less careless In our way of doing business.

Such Is not the case, for your tele

phone orders get the same careful at-

get which

are given In person.

For the convenience of our patrons.

we have two phones (It and 174) and
It very seldom happens that you can't

on the minute.
O. K. Teapot Grocery.


Mr. R. R. Carroll received a letter! and her well written and newsy let-

yesterday from his little daughter I ters will be missed by both the paper

Merris, at Stinson Lake, N. H., writ- and Its readers.
ten on the thin, tissue-like bark of the Mr. Snyder is a fine-looking and ln ln-birch
birch ln-birch tree, which she stripped oft her- telligent young man. For the past
self. It is quite cold up there; fires three years he has been In the hos-

. i : 1 at x 1 I n ro Hull in tYtm linnca ov.fv .vnnlnir 1 nltal rnma nt th Slatea rmi' 1

c lcv.Ci u.i :. uuui "",;.! A- I been. However those who did attend

were amply repaid for the sacrifice


Saturday afternoon, July 20th, my

Rev. Bunyan Stephens preached an

other of his head and heart sermons at.

the Baptist church, on Sunday' morn morning.
ing. morning. But the great love that people-

have today for nature as a result of

owning a gas car-! the size of the au

dience was not what It should have'

long, was carried off by mistake from and most of the time in the open air receiving his discharge at Fort Dade

the S. A. L. passenger depot In Ocala heavy clothes must be worn. There is
on arrival of 2:40 train from south, the finest drinkins water, as cold as

Suit case has my name. J. E. Hendrix, ice. just as it comes from the springs

and the address, Brooksville, Fla., on The children have great times bath

one end. Party having same will ing in and boatinpr on the biff lake and

Dlease notify the Star office. Ocala. climbing the mountains. There Is a

only a few days before his wedding

The Star joins their other friends in

sincere good wishes for the long life

and prosperity of lhis excellent couple.


J. E. Hendrix.


big camp, of over forty girls at Camp SEABOARD EXCURSION TO

Eagle Point, in charge of their in
structors In out-door exercises, in

For every purpose or a fleshheallng

FOR RENT The Bell residence, 198

liniment for man or beast, there Is no East Adams street; two-story, seven Apply to R. T. Adams.

remedy more powerful than DARBY'S rooms and bath. Apply to .Joseph Bell,

PROPHYLACTIC FLUID. It Is an ad- city.

dltlon to Its effectiveness on the flesh a

One of the store rooms In the north eluding hikes over the mountains and

wing of the Ocala House Is for rent.

they were supposed to have made.

The pastor chose for his theme

Jesus washing the feet of the disciples.

and the lessons drawn from It were
humility and service; that Christian

character without service was prac practically
tically practically Impossible, and that all service

JACKSONVILLE AUGUST 5TII I should be governed by humility and

not by ostentation, and .even as It is


camping out over night. They enjoy

splendid health and their rosy cheeks
would be the envy of some girls.
These girls come from all over the
min t rv from the smith artA lrpst and

Merchants' Cafe. A. C. L, depot cor- l K, x-.

Int....) miaAr T Flllouo. ,j .. . I cwa.-,, wic c w Mllf,-

"u,,u""" ...ic.,.c. j w "vo rropeny owners snouiu gei ousyiner. aieais a la cane ana iuncnes m

cramps, colic, dysentery, sore throat, and cut down the grass on their va-any hour.

swollen tonsils and sick atomach. As cant iots. it isn't healthy and makes

a disinfectant for the sick room It Is the city look frowsy.

of extraordinary value. It destroys

m .

germs anr purines tne air. Aaaea to Rexall Cold Tablets do the work,
the water for bathing the face of a Can arlva you the formula if you like.

fever patient It is not only refreshing. 25C the package at the Post Office

land cities. The girls are taught to

row ami swim and fish, ride horse

back and to play all out-door games

but It tends to allay the fever. Price Drug Store.

50c ber bottle. Bold by all druggists.

The Peabody brothers have decided and do a of the stunt9

not to run any more vauaevuie at me

Air Dome. They have made this decis

ion at the request of a number of

prominent church people. There I

plenty of proper amusement in good


The Seaboard Air Line will run a big I impossible for the man of science to

excursion to Jacksonville Monday, I extend his knowledge without con con-August
August con-August 5th. Fare for the round trip. Istant application to his books and ex

$1.50, good for three days. I perlments. or the athlete to maintain .

i I. . ' m lhl Thvslm 1 nnr tin1aa ha vnrk an1

ATTENTION I. O. O. F. I exercise without ceasing, so Is It with

Christian like and activities. Charity.

All members of the degree team are I love and service for his fellow tnaa

requested to meet at Yonge's Hall to- must be In constant activity or like
night at 8 o'clock for work. All third the unused brain of the scientist, or
degree members are cordially invited, the muscle of the athlete, they be

come dormant and useless.


The following party of happy young

people went to the lake this afternoon


There will be a regular seml-


The socialists of Florida will proba

bly have a state convention in Ocala

Aug. 24. They have already nominat-

vaudeville shows, but a erreat many of I- monthly meeting of the Elks tonight.

them are rank, and when the nronrle-L. iLu.. c, v... and as business of importance is to It is a

tor of a theater In a small town makes l. : "V come before the lodge. It is desired now

- i gucsii -iiss noxie ninman oi urooK-1.. , . v,,..i..
a contract for one. he doesn t know. I,..

x.f .uiJ3 t.iiAaucin -indent- ui I I

Th Op a 1 a Maws Pn O W. Martin. I a u i i i, v. Ao.tmn. tK. i i i i u i I

... uicu. ikkcii iui icaiiug uiai mcj i an v mure i ii a ii ins uairuiiSi n uie suuw n,... t ii- rM rr l- r. v, i

& n f a r n nQO a l r i. ail t It I f nr 11 ti 1 1 . , f . t 1. I .... . . i I

ivywcivii anK'j wuu- nave noi exdcuy cuinpueu wiui me i win oe Kooa or oaa uniu 11 nas oeen

ty scnoois dooks on nana. law, will hold this second convention I on the staee. Notwithstanding:, he

in order, to make sure of having the has to take the blame for Its deficlen-

Fretful babies need the comforting names of their candidates on the bal- cies, so the Peabodys have probably

effect Of M GEE S BABY ELIXIR. It lots

quiets feverlshness, corrects sour

made a wise decision.

stomach, cures colic pains and checks

diarrhoea. It Is a perfectly safe and

wholesome remedy, containing no
opium, morphine or Injurious drug of

any kind. Price 25c and 50c per bot

tle. Sold by all druggists.


Mildred Pyles and Marguerite Porter,

and Mr. James Pyles and Mrs. S. R.

Pyles. Messrs. W. B. Gallagher, G. J.
Blitch. O. B. Howse and B. N. Dosh

will go down later in the week to

Join the party.

It may not be generally known but

fact that the Ocala postoffice Is.

doing just twice the volume of

with exactly the same num-

ber of people employed, as was done

GOOD KENDRICK FARM FOR SALElelht or nIne yars Th, Pks

wen ror tne increase in business for



Accurate Building riant. Blue Prlnti

ind specmcations maae. uinas our-

ade on Erection of Buildings of any

aracter by contract or on commit-

on basis, write or consult me at

Nortaweat Coraer Ocala Hoaae filock

WANTED To get your auto top

work; made new or recovered; backs.

' It l,if T k V 1U 4 ,

faction guaranteed. Ocala Auto Top rrruiium nauu per iu
Co., at McAteer's shop. niAmiirt c. nm tr is i?Up

sprains require carerui treatment. Favorite Corn, a Cans for c about your vard. Dartlcularlr rain wa-

ECeep quiet and apply Chamberlain's! ter hundreds and thousands of mo-

Llniment freely. It will remove theM-racKer oy tonee per io avc -nuitoes are th result-

soreness ana quicxiy restore tne parts i .

. m . i aini ir liA j n r- muni a-je . lie

to a neauny conamon. or saie Dy an Mr. and Mrs. W H. Mullin of Bur


rHONE 290

Baggage, Freight, Pianos, Furniture
Wnd Safes a Specialty. Careful and

Prompt Attention Given All Orders.





ICareful Estimates Made on All Con

Itract Work. Gives more and better

fwork for the money than any other


What Are You Paying?

When In Jacksonville stop with Mrs.
rA .a, a 1 4" t M a .T

iMUiviij iuv vaaava a a, a. TV. I tVi e- amim h m

. .. I i iic puntc laoi lugiJi iuuiiucu u u a,

iu,. .1 ju u WIU darkey for throwing glass on the

streets. He forfeited a 23 bond. Two

darkies were arrested for scrapping

75c. room In the city.

Mrs. Robertson and daughter. Miss

Alice of New York, who were in Ocala

last summer, the guests of Mr. and

Mrs. Lanier Robertson, are expected

here in a few days on a visit to Mrs.
Cd Carmichael and other friends.

A first class farm, two miles south

west of Kendrick and about the same

distance from both the Kendrick and

Blitchton hard roads, .120 acres In the

property, 40 acres of cut-over land

with some timber left. Will sell sep

arate if desired. 60 acres under fence,

30 acres of which has grown up in

bushes and small nine saplings. First

the office and better still for the ef

ficiency of the office employees.


Lively Proapeet far. Xext Tkaraday
The weather permitting, there will

be a game of baseball on the South

the aggressor paid $3 and the other class pine, oak and hckory land. Fine Nlnth Btreet grounds on Thursday aft

was dismissed. A fourth darkey was

fined $3 for loafing at a railroad sta

tion if this policy Is kept up
city's debt will soon be paid.

Do not leave any

Mr. Don Peabodv has returned from

stanamg water Sanf ord.

well of never failing water. Fairly

good dwelling house, two barns, ete.

thp Lot of peach, some figs and young or

ange trees. Titles perfect and place is

clear of debt. A bargain at $2500. If

interested, inquire at the Star office.

Mr. J J. Mobley of FairfieM was in

town today.


Mrs. Ed Carmichael returned this I Vne folks.

afternoon from Green Springs,

St. Petersburg, where she has
for several weeks.

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--

Judge Bell yesterday issued mar

riage licenses to Benjamin F. Snyder

Mr. Usher Norwood has been pro-

As the stores ar rlod far that

been I 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

WANTED By the King's Daughters, Medium Bucket Cottolene.

" I V r T a a. 1 1 nv

a i r m. a a r-a v rti a. & f I

ine star oince or jars. yj. xniinger. tn i ik i t,.

nnf nrintel St IW)

Me., was badly crippled with sciatic 8 Packages Jello and Ice Cream

at a piece of land in the northern part and Genevieve Fosnot. to Arthur Kd-looted to the position of cashier for ftelp defray the expenses of the visit

tne -iianiic voasi Liine in mis cnj

a well merited step on the railroad


Ray Bullock, Jr., who has held

"v or town, ine property Deiongs to rror. Sn1iires and Nettie Brinson

ueorge Stewart.


After the

church last

morning services at the

a I church last Sunday, the rector and

night jod with the boutnern express congregation went over to
Company, has been promoted to a day L.rtorv and performed the

ing team.

The hour for the game will be an

nounced later.


rheumatism due he says to uric acid In

his blood. "Foley Kidney Pills entire

ly cured me and also removed numer

ous black specks that were continually
before my eyes." Foley Kidney Pills

are a uric acid solvent and are effect

Powder 25c

Packages Lipton's Jelly Tablets

position. This is Ray s third promo

tion since going in the employ of the

I eompa.

rites of blessing that edifice.

the now I Uue Ui wCdid 3 leauiug anv. njc,

imposing genueman ceieurau i. ... g,wtnnee, Tenn., where he will rest

neiaan aiiainmenis as eu ao

William 8. Little has gone to

and recuperate for three weeks.

3 Sunbeam Cornflakes 22e

Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Coleman and

son, Floyd, returned yesterday from a

most successful fishing trip to Mr

Ive for the various forms of rheuma- j Qans 5c. Gold Evaporated Milk 10c Jonn Spencer's place on the Gulf near

fori ingiis

3 Packages Dutch Cleanser 25c

WANTED to repair, upholster or w. E. Terry, organizer of the Am

rennlsh your furniture, satisfaction vu au hij numiu) wc erican Labor Union, returned this

guaranteed. Ocala Auto Top Co.. at week from Ocala. Mr. Terry is so fav-

m.baa mm a w-wm m sa a aria w mm m i

McAteer s shop. 1 jorably impressed with Jacksonville


lore, has invented and put into prac

. . T.

tical use a mosi ingenuous rai irap. hi RE.T-.1S1 South Watula

is a large zinc can. about thirty Inches street 2-story. seven rooms, large lot.

1-lb. cans of extra

fine quality perfum-

Old Country Blend Tea per lb. .50c. that h has decided to make it his fu- Q I QlCUni OWQei,

Hire nnm .1 apifsnn vi 1 ie nirnnn u 1

5 Gallons Oil 60c

high, with the top drawn in like the

top of a milk can.- In the bottom of

the can, he lays his bait, consisting of

anything rats like. The rodents Jump.

down into the can, but find it Impossi

V.1 tn. ti,mr nut Tn lht lm1 hilt

effectual apparatus, he has so far I

caught 170 rats 21 in one night.

has copyrighted it, but we don't
lieve he will object to Imitators.

$15. H. C. Packham.

Two five room cottages for rent;

new and well located. Apply to F. W.


A new supply of hair brushes just In

at the Court Pharmacy. We Invite
your Inspection before you buy.

Never leave home on a Journey with

out a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic,

Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It I I Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C. Williams and

almost certain to be needed and can- vrt-am tut-rM? per 10 little daughter. Elizabeth Thayer, left

not be obtained when on board the!-;, ...

cars or steamships. For sale by all I

Heinz Vineerar ner callnn Xio have been the guests of Mrs. Will

1 f or their home in Charlotte thl mnm

. w 1

ing. .urs. imams anu cuzaoein


FOR RENT Offices In Holder build

ing. Apply to Davis & Martin.

Ac :;":Vm, ; 24-lb. Sack Henry Clay Flour $1.00
the tape worm. It destroys health and I 4

iams aunt, Mrs. G. T. Maughs, ever

Salt Bacon per lb 14c since the little girl's birth some

montns ae-o Mr imams rame iit

m cm II i m aaaI

a- ios. noie virain nice ior si.uu frrtm rhirw.o tn tv hm


undermines the constitution. The great

est enemy of Intestinal worms is

WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE. It Cream of Wheat per package

removes the worms and helps the child

back to strength, vigor and cheerful

ness. Price 25 cents per bottle. Sold

by all druggists.

regularly sold at 25

cents, sale price 13c.

Toilet Soaps and

Toilet Waters and

other Toilet Neces-

received yesterday a , i
Beall and Cooks.,- SltlCS a greatly TC"
announcing that

The young men that stay at Mrs.

Arms' boarding house are determined

that she will be the one to go to New

York on the ticket given by the Air

Dome. But there are others Just as

determined. Altogether it promises to

be a closely contested contest.

Mr. Alfred Beck of the Court Pharm

acy is spending a iew aays ai uay-

tona Beach.

12-lb. Sack Henrv Clav Flour 50o Mr. P. J. Theus received yesterday

letter rrom Messrs

15c at Columbus. Ga

I thev were well anil hannv an1 flndlns I J nitinn

Wesson Cooking Oil 30c nnt mnra aTli vr av tht UUtCU 111 LUlVyC

Compound Lard 11c

Mr. J. R. Martin, who with his fam

ily is spending a couple of mon

Daytona Beach, was in town ye

and today looking after some bu


is fam- Aj I
nths at I ry I I
sterday I it 1
uslnessl J



Is nothing like double blessed-

Board and room for a limited num number,
ber, number, private .-family, excellent location.

very reasonable rate. Southwest cor

ner of East Broadway and Tuscawllla.

Fine Irish Potatoes per peck . 35c


See the trunk in Waterman's win

dow. He is giving this trunk away.

to the one holding the lucky number.

H. A. Waterman. 7-lt-ltdltw



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Protective Order "of Elks, meets sec-jnoents are for home nse or for car-

ond and fourth Tuesday evenings In load. Place your orders with taa.
mntith Vlsltlner brthrn ilvan

welcome. Howell M. Hampton. E. R. OCALA ICE AND PACKING CO.

Joseph Bell, Secretary. 1 OCAUa FLORID A

contractor in tfce dtx.



We represent only strong companies
and give' all business entrusted to us
our prompt and careful attention.



Following are just a Few of the Thousands of
Articles Carried in our Great Furniture, Hardware,
House Furnishing and General Supply Store. Come
in and look the stock over, you will find many
things you want.
For the Office
Iloll and Flat Top Desks, Typewriter Desks, Stenographer's
Desks, Office Chairs, Stools. Sofas, Etc.
For the Dining Room
Handsome Hound or Square Extension Tables, Dining Chairs,
Hugs, Sideboards and Chiffoniers, Bouffets, China Closets, China
Dinner Sets, Lamps, Fine Table Linen, Etc.
Parlor Furniture
Handsome Mahogany, Oak, Willow or Mission Chairs, Straight
Hacked or Rockers, Tables, Sofas, Lamps, Hugs and Carpets, Pic Pictures.
tures. Pictures. Bedroom Furniture
Beautiful Dressers and Wash Stands in Golden Oak, Hirdseye
Maple or Mahogany. Beautiful Iron and Brass, Beds in over Fifty
Different Varieties and Trices. Hugs and Mattings, Chiffoniers and
Wardrobes, Toilet Sets, Blankets, Comforts and Linens.
For The Pantry and Kitchen
Handsome Refrigerators and Ice Chests in Several Different
Makes and Styles and any Size or Price Desired. Stoves and Ranges
in Either Wood or Oil Burners. Kitchen Cabinets and Tables.
Hardware Department
Anything Desired in Silverware for the' Table, Cutlery and
Sissors in our Hardware Department; Shotguns, Hides and Ammu Ammunition;
nition; Ammunition; Fire Sets, Screens and Irons, Etc.
Carriage and Harness Dept
Buggies, Carriages and Wagons for all Purposes, Harness, Sad Sad-Domestic
Domestic Sad-Domestic and Imported, Art Squares, Mattings, Etc., in the Coutnry.
dies. Lap Robes, Whips and Everything for the Horse or Vehicle.
PHONE 47 North Magnolia St. OCALA, FLA.

F. E. McCLANE, M. D.
Specialist In Clinic Diseases

Ocala, Florida

Office, 333.
Dr. McClane's Residence, 407. Buite 1 to 7 Holder Block, Southwest
Dr. Stewart's Residence, 52. Corner of Public Square
Note i Calls made by apeelal appointment. Special Genlto Urinary CUnle
after 7 p. m. each day.

Call up Phone 300 and Let

We Guarantee to Save Yon Money on Any Work in Our Lines
Aa vre employ none hat expert ve are la pooltlun to a-narantee ev every
ery every pleee of work w eoantrnet to aland the Inapeetlon of the mo
rigid laapevtora. It coata nothing to get our fltcuren, and you are the
tlaaer. whether we secure the contract or not. Give urn a trial.


Effective Jnne 91b

Ocala NorffltueFe Railroad

will sell round trip tickets from all points on its line at
one way rate, on Sunday only
Gen. Pass. Agent


Specialist in Diseases of Eye, Ear,
Nose, Throat and Lungs
us Give an Estimate on Your

Rich Men's

Geraldine Bonner
Aitbor "The Pioneer"
"Temerrews Tangle, dc.
Illustrations by
Dom. J. Lavln
Copyright hkA bj Um ubt-Mernll Co.
An cour later as sne stood oeiore
the glass making her toilet tor sup
per, a knock at the door ushered In
Cora, already curled, powdered and
beribboned for that occasion, a small
kerosene lamp in her hand.- In the
bare room, its gloom only partly
dispelled by the light from a similar
lamp on the bureau and the red
gleam from the stove. Miss Cannon
was revealed in the becoming half half-dusk
dusk half-dusk made by these imperfectly imperfectly-blending
blending imperfectly-blending Illuminations, a pink silk
dressing-gown loosely enfolding her,
a lightly brushed-In suggestion of fair
hair behind her ears and on her
shoulders. Her comb was in her hand
and Cora realized with an uplifting
thrill that she had timed her visit
correctly and was about to learn the
mysteries of Miss Cannon's coiffure.
"I brung you another lamp," she
said affably, setting her offering down
on the bureau. "One ain't enough
light to dress decently by. I have
three," and she sank down on the side
of the bed with the air of having
established an Intimacy, woman to
woman, by this act of generous con consideration.
sideration. consideration. "Them gentlemen," she continued,
"are along on this hall with you and
your pa. The old one's Judge Wash Wash-burne,
burne, Wash-burne, of Colusa, a pioneer that used
to know Mr. Perley's mother way j
back in Sacramento in the fifties, and I
poor. It's sort of encouraging to
think your pa was ever poor."
Rose laughed and turned sldewise,
looking at the speaker under the arch
of her uplifted arm. There were
hairpins In her mouth and an up up-whirled
whirled up-whirled end of blond hair protruded
in a gleaming scattering of yellow
over her forehead. She mumbled a
comment on her father's early pover poverty,
ty, poverty, her Hps showing red against the
hair-pins nipped between her teeth.
"And the other one," went on Cora,
her eyes riveted on the hair-dressing,
her subconscious mind making notes
of the disposition of every coll, "his
name's J. D. Buford. And I'd like
you to guess what he is! An actor,
a stage player. He's been playing all
up the state from Los Angeles and
was going down to Sacramento to
keep an engagement there. It Just
tickles me to death to have an actor
In the house. I ain't never seen one
close to before."
The last hair-pin was adjusted and
Miss Cannon studied the effect with
a hand-glass.
"An actor," she commented, run running
ning running a smoothing palm up the back of
her head, "that's Just what he looked
like, now I think of it. Perhaps he'll
act for us. I. think It's going to be
lots of fun being snowed up at Ante Antelope."
lope." Antelope." The sound of a voice crying "Cora"
here rose from the haltoay and that
young woman, with a languid delib deliberation
eration deliberation of movement, as of one who
obeys a vulgar summons at her own
elegant leisure, rose and departed,
apologizing for having to go so soon.
A few minutes later, the hour of sup supper
per supper being at hand, Rose followed her.
She was descending the stairs when
a commotion from below, a sound of
voices, loud, argumentative, rising and
falling In excited chorus, hurried her
steps. The. lower hall, lit with lamps
and the glow of Its stove, heated to a
translucent red, was full of men. A
current of cold could be felt in the
hot atmosphere and fresh snow was
melting on the floor. Standing by tha
stove was a man who had evidently
Just entered. Ridges of white lay
caught In the folds of his garments;
a silver hoar was on his beard. He
held his hands out to the heat and
as Rose reached the foot of the stairs
she heard him say:
"Wen. I tell you that any man that
started to walk up here from Rocky
Bar this afternoon must have been
plumb crazy. "Why, John L. Sullivan
couldn't do It In such a storm."
Tt which the well-bred voice of
Wllloughby answered:
"But according to the message he
started at two and the snow was hard hardly
ly hardly falling then. He must have got a
good way, past the Silver Crescent,
when the storm caught him."
A hubbub of voices broke out here,
and, seeing her father on the edge
of the crowd. Rose went to him and
plucked his sleeve, murmuring:
"What's happened? What's going
He took his cigar out of his mouth
and turned toward her, speaking low
and keeping his eyes on the men by
the stove.
"The telegraph operator has Just
had a message sent from Rocky Bar
that a man started from there this
afternoon to walk up here. They
don't think he could make it and are
afraid he's lost somewhere. Perley
and some of the boys are going out
to look for him."
"What a dreadful thing! In such a
storm! Do you think they'll ever
find him?"
He shrugged, and replaced hi3 cigar
In his mouth.
"Oh, I guess so. If he was strong
enough to get on near here they ought
to. But it's Just what the operator
says. The feller must have been
plumb crazy to attempt such a thing.
Looks as If he were a stranger in the
"It's a sort of quiet, respectable
way of committing suicide," said the
voice of the actor behind them.
Rose looked over her shoulder and
saw his thin, large-featured face, no
longer nipped and reddened with cold,
but wreathed in an obsequious and
friendly smile which furrowed it with
deep lines. Her father answered him
and 6he turned away, being more in interested
terested interested in the preparations for the

search party. As sue watched these
she could hear the desultory conver conversation
sation conversation behind her, the actor's com comments
ments comments delivered with an unctuous,
elaborate politeness which, contrasted
with her father's gruff brevity, made
her smite furtively to herself.
Supper was an an'mated meal that
evening. The suddenly tragic interest
that had developed drew the little
group of guests together with the
strands of a common sympathy. The
Judge and the actor moved their seats
to the Cannons table. Cora was sent
to request the doctor a young man
fresh from his graduation in San Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco who took his meals at -the bach bachelor's
elor's bachelor's table to Join them and adl tto
weight of medical opinion to theJr
surmises as to the traveler's chance 3
of survival. These, the doc cr
'thought, depended as much upon the
man's age and physical condition, 8 3
upon the search party's success in
finding him.
After supper they retired to the rr rr-lor,
lor, rr-lor, piletl the fire high end cr.t
grouped before it, the smoke of clsar3

and cigarettes lying about their L.ead3
in white layers. It was but natural
that the conversation should turn cn
stories of the great storirs of the past.
Rose .had heard many such before, but
to-night, with the wind rocking the
old hotel and the thought of the lost
man heavy at her heart, she listened,
held in a cold clutch of fascinated
attention, to tales of the emigrants
caught in the passes of the Sierra, of
pioneer mining-camps relieved by
mule trains which broke through the
snow blockade as the miners lay dying
in their huts, of men risking- their
lives to carry succor to comrades lost
in their passage from camp to camp
on Just such a night as this.
The clock hand passed ten, and the
periods of silence that at intervals had
fallen on the watchers grew longer
and more frequent, and finally merged
Into a stillness where all sat motion motionless,
less, motionless, listening to the storm.
It was nearly eleven, and for fifteen
minutes no one bad spoken a word.
Two of the dogs had come In and lain
down on the hearth-rug, their noses
on their paws, their eyes fixed bright brightly
ly brightly and ponderingly on the fire. In
the midst of the motionless semicircle
ona of them uddenly raised its head,
its ears pricked. With Its muzzle ele elevated,
vated, elevated, its eyes full of awakened in intelligence.
telligence. intelligence. It gave a low, uneasy whim whimper.
per. whimper. Almost simultaneously Rose
started and drew herself up, exclaim exclaiming,
ing, exclaiming, "Listen!" The sound of 6leigh
bells, faint as a noise in a dream,
came through the night.
In a moment the lower floor was
shaken with movement and noise. The
bar emptied Itself on to the porch and
the hall doors were thrown wide.
The sleigh had been close to the ho hotel
tel hotel before its bells were heard, and al almost
most almost immediately Its shape emerged
from the swirling whiteness and drew
up at the steps. Rose, standing back
In the parlor doorway, heard a clamor
of voices, a rising surge of sound from
which no intelligible sentence de detached
tached detached Itself, and a thumping' and
stamping of feet as the searchers
staggered in with the lost traveler.
The crowd separated before them and
they entered slowly, four men carry carrying
ing carrying a fifth, their bodies lncrusted
with snow, the man they bore an un unseen
seen unseen shape covered with whitened
rugs from which an arm hung, a limp
hand touching the floor. Questions
and answers, now clear and sharp, fol followed
lowed followed them, like notes upon the text
of the inert form:
"Where'd you get him?"
"About five miles below on the
main road. One of the horses almost
stepped on him. He was right in the
path, but he was all sprinkled over
with snow."
"He's not dead, Is he?"
"Pretty near, I guess. We've pumped
whisky into him, but he ain't shown a
sign of life."
"Who is he?"
"Search me. I ain't seen him my myself
self myself yet. Just as we got him the lan lantern
tern lantern went out'
There was a sofa in the hall and
they laid their burden there, -the
crowd edging in on them, horrified, in interested,
terested, interested, hungrily peering. Rose
could see their bent, expressive backs
and the craning napes of their necks.
Then a sharp order from the doctor
Accidents to the flesh
will happen, no matter
how careful you are.
Kept ait ays in tho 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 pain 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 vou have it on hand the
suffering- is short and the cure
is speedy and complete.
Price 25c, 50c and f 1.00 per
JamesF.Ballard.Prop. Gt.Louis.Mo.
Stephens Eye Salve Cures Sore
Foley Kidney Pills
Give prompt relief from BACKACHE,
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was to frevjrent, causing ms to tuse much sieep
at ciirbt. and in mr bladder there was constant
pain. I took Foley Kidney PilU for some time,
and am now fre? of &!! trouble and e tain able to
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See that crown or cork
is branded "Schitz."

hat Mak M 0 toaoate ii

drove them back, sneeplsn, tramping
on one another's toes, bunched
against the -wall and still avidly star staring.
ing. staring. As their ranks broke, the young
girl had a sudden, vivid glimpse of
the man, his head and part of his
chest uncovered. Her heart gave a
leap of pity and she made a move movement
ment movement from the doorway, then stopped.
The lost traveler, that an hour before
had almost assumed the features Of a
friend, was a complete stranger that
she had never seen before.
v He looked like a dead man. His
face, the chin up, the Hps parted un under
der under the fringe of a brown mustache,
was a marble white, and Bhowed a
gray shadow the cheek. Th'e hair
on his forehead, thawed by thd'heat?
was lying in damp half-curled semi semicircles,
circles, semicircles, dark against the pallid skin.
There was a ring on the hand Jhat
still hung limp on the floor. The doc doctor,
tor, doctor, muttering to himself, pulled open
the shirt and was feeling the heart,
when Perley, who had flown into the
bar for more whisky, emerged, a glass
In his hand. As his eye fell upon the
man, he stopped, stared, and then ex exclaimed
claimed exclaimed in loud-voiced amaze:
"My God why. It's Dominick Ryan!
Look here, Governor" to Cannon,
who was standing by his daughter in
the parlor doorway, "come and see for
yourself. If this ain't young Ryan I'm
a Dutchman!"
Cannon pushed between the Inter Intervening
vening Intervening men and bent over the pros prostrate
trate prostrate figure.
- "That's who It is," he said slowly
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last summer fishing. But there ain't
no fishing now. God, ain't it a good
thing that operator at Rocky Bar had
the sense to telegraph up!"
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