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Snoeek of Aeeentaaee Pt, Preo Preo-rmt
rmt Preo-rmt and Put a re President
Sea Girt. X. J.. July 24. Governor
Wilson left yesterday for seclusion and
the writing of his speech of accept acceptance
ance acceptance of the democratic presidential
There are perhaps a score of persons
who know where he went, but how
long he will be away is a problem un unsolved
solved unsolved by even the governor himself.
He wants plenty of leisure to concen concentrate
trate concentrate his mind and time to use in the
choosing of his words. He may be
gone two days, or possibly four. Sea
Girt will not see him again until his
acceptance address is finished.
Before be left he conferred with
Senators Reed and Stone xrt -Missouri
and Representative Henry of Texas.
"Of course. Champ Clark will take
the stump for Wilson," Senator Reed
said afterwards when asked his opin opinion
ion opinion on this point. "A Missouri demo democrat
crat democrat is one of those fellows who takes
off his coat and starts to work for the
ticket as soon as the convention is
over. Champ Clark is a Missouri dem democrat."
ocrat." democrat." Senator Stone said he had talked
with Gov. Wilson about plans for the
campaign. They had also discussed
debatable states, he added. He was
reasonably sure that Wilson would
have 230 votes in the electoral college
before they reached the list of debata debatable
ble debatable states. Among these, he thought,
were Xew York. Connecticut. Massa Massachusetts,
chusetts, Massachusetts, Wisconsin and Ohio. They
were not included in the 230 votes.
Representative Henry talked with
the governor, he said, about legisla legislation
tion legislation pending in Congress. He also
discussed the political situation.
"This fight." said Mr. Henry, "is
among three presidents the past
president, the present president and
the future president. I cannot see it
any other way. And as for Texas,
she'll give Wilson 300.000 majority.
There aren't any republicans left in
Texas any more."
May t Prevail Asalaat Germany
aad Anatrla Without Pleaty of
ANOTHER WONDER OF XATl'RK
London, July 24. The speech of
Winston Spencer Churchill, first lord
of the admiralty, in introducing the
supplementary naval appropriation
measure of $5,000,000 in thtf House of
Commons yesterday, fully indorsed as
it was by the prime minister, will
cause graver concern to the country
than any warnings which have gone
before. Without the least offensive offensive-ness
ness offensive-ness the first lord of the admiralty
sketched the "unprecedented" rise of
the German fleet, which he described
as "extremely formidable."
Mr. Churchill's speech showed that
if Germany and Austria, which are
virtually In offensive and defensive al alliance,
liance, alliance, carry out their naval pro programs,
grams, programs, they will have a preponder preponderance
ance preponderance of power in the Xorth Sea and
Mediterranean in three years unless
Great Britain makes, preparation to
Mr. Churchill then announced the
British shipbuilding program for the
next five years, saying that five bat battleships
tleships battleships were to be constructed next
year and four in each of the follow following
ing following years.
Lord Charles Ueresfurd criticised
the increase in the naval program as
insufficient. He prophesied that the
country would go on adding more
ships each year, but not enough, just
sufficient to induce Germany to follow
suit until war came.
Sprlnara la Eaotorn Marlon
tt at Great a Silver
Salt Springs, Xational Park. July
24. Salt Springs, a beautiful salt
streamlet, and navigable, rising out
of the ground and flowing from the
east border of the Xational Park and
into Lake George, is most midely
known as a mullet paradise. The
springs is six miles long and almost
as deep as Silver Springs. It Is very
healthful here along the shore. Al
most daily fishing parties arrive here
and fish for the shy, pop-eyed mullet.
Several Connor folks enjoyed last
week at this springs, camping under
the great oaks and other shade trees.
They were Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Long.
Mrs. Marsh, Misses Agnes and Marie
Marsh. Ruby and Etta Belle Long,
Bessie Price and Cecil Marsh, Ivy and
James Long. A. A. G.
There Is more catarrh In this sec section
tion section of the country than all other dis diseases
eases diseases put together, and until the last
few years was supposed to be incura incurable.
ble. incurable. For a great many years doctors
pronounced It a local disease and
prescribed local remedies, and by con constantly
stantly constantly falling to cure with local
treatment, pronounced it Incurable.
Science has proven catarrh to be a
constitutional disease and therefore
requires constitutional treatment.
Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. Ohio, is
the only constitutional cure on the
market. It is taken Internally In
doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful.
It acts directly on the blood and mu
cous surfaces of the system. They J
offer one hundred dollars for any case
it fails to cure. Send for circular?
and testimonials. Address: F. J. Che Cheney
ney Cheney & Co.. Toledo. Ohio. Sold by drug
gists. 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills
should be not only
elegant but everlasting. Good looking silver silverware
ware silverware in your home leaved 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.
ileal a Reader Should Learn to Keep
the Kidneys Well
The kidneys have a big work to do.
All the blood in the body is coursing
through the kidneys constantly to be
freed of poisonous matter. It Is a
heavy enough task when the kidneys
are well, but a cold, chill, fever or
some thoughtless exposure Is likely to
irritate. Inflame and congest the kid kidneys
neys kidneys and interrupt the purifying
Then the aching begins, and. is us usually
ually usually accompanied by some irregular irregularity
ity irregularity of the urine too frequent pas passages,
sages, passages, sediment or retention. Thou Thousands
sands Thousands testify to the worderful merit
of Doan's Kidney Pills, a remedy for
the kidneys only, that has been used
In kidney troubles 50 years. Tou will
make no mistake in following this
Ocala citizen's advice.
P. II. Qlllen. 1 S. Fifth St., Ocala.
Fla.. says: "I strongly recommend
Doan's Kidney Pills for my experience
with them has convinced me that they
act as represented. I have taken this
remedy on different occasions for a
lame and aching back and other
symptoms of kidney complaint and
have always found relief. you are
welcome to publish my statement."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Mllburn Co.. Buffalo,
Xew York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
1 $65 Dining Room Set, Table, Chairs and Closet, like new $35.00
1 Mahogany Parlor Set, 3 pieces, loose cushions, only 22.00
1 Wicker Parlor Set, 6 pieces, good condition, only 10.00
1 6-hole Steel Range, with reservoir, good condition 18.50
1 Home-Made Desk and Book Case, glass doors, only 6.50
1 Second Hand Organ, $17. Another for only 22.00
1 Phonograph, and 6 Records, only 5.75
1 used Graphophone and 5 Records, Bargain at only O.OO
1 used Graphophone and 8 Records, very cheap at 12.8?
Lot of used Records, some good as new, at 20c, 30c, 40c each
Graphophone Needles, soft tone, 200 for 10
Mosquito Canopies, Steel Frames, large size, $1.00; for iron beds, $3.3
SMITH'S, Back of Variety Store
lioal Location. Splendid
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Conservatory Co arses.
70th Sosolon Baalna
Sept. 11th. For I nf or-1
motion Addrooo the
Secretory, Box 15.
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LAKE WF.1R W. C. T. I.
Lake Weir. July 18. The meeting
opened with seven members present
Song. What a Friend We have in
Psalm 67 was read in concert.
The minutes of the meetings of June
13th and 27th were read and approved
Moved and carried to give Mrs.
Snook and family a rising vote of
thanks for making the ice cream and
helping at the 4th of July picnic.
Moved and carried to send Rev. Al
bertson $2 for his expenses and ser
vices on the 4th of July.
Moved and carried to pay Mrs. Sig
mon's bill for $1.25.
Treasurer's report was read by Mrs.
As the press superintendent was ab
sent, Mrs. Reed conducted the meet
ing. Subject, Liquor Xewspapers. The
following papers were read:
Why Everybody's Magazine Refuses
Whisky and Cigarette Advertisements?
An extract from the Brewer's Re
view By Mrs. Sigmon.
hat the Liquor Papers Say of Us
Mrs. Simpson was appointed to fill
our former treasure's place for the
rest of the term.
Moved to adjourn to meetin two
weeks. Miss Margaret A. Snook.
Cnnnjce In the Mall Route In Quite an
Orange Springs, July 24. Mr. H. A.
Paxton. representing a Jacksonville
house, was a business visitor here
Mr. James Thompson of Ocala. spent
last week at the spring recuperating.
Mr. and Mrs. C. X. Abney and
daughter of Seattle, Wash., were
visitors here last Friday.
Miss Hattie Carlton has returned
from a visit to relatives in Ocala.
Mrs. J. II. LaRue of Fort McCoy, was
the guest of Mrs. F. H. Pedrick last
Mr. T. A. Carroll of Jacksonville.
was here Friday in interest of the Am
erican Agricultural Chemical Co.
Mr. R. L. Parramore of Webster,
Fla., is the guest of his brother. Dr.
G. B. Parramore and family.
The friends of Mr. J. C. Rast and
Maurice Jordan are sorry to hear of
Mr. J. P. Galloway was up from
Ocala Friday on business.
Mr. F. M. Harp of Eureka was a
visitor here Thursday. He was look
ing at the building lots and hopes to
build a house and move his family to
this place at an early date.
Mr. Carlton Ervin and Roy Mixsnr.
of Ocala spent the week end here the
guests of relatives.
Mrs. O. L. Scott of Miami was a
pleasant visitor here yesterday.
Dr. G. B. Parramore visited Ocala
Mr. H. Todd and Mr. Thomas Fed-
guson of Winnepeg. Canada, are visit visitors
ors visitors who arrived here yesterday.
There were quite a number of the
young people who attended a dance at
the home of Mr. Earle Wilson of Bay
Lake, last night.
The old established Star route from
this place to Johnson has been discon discontinued
tinued discontinued and the mail is carried on the
Ocala Xorthern. The mail we should
get direct goes to Ocala to be dis distributed
tributed distributed and is one day later than for formerly.
merly. formerly. Now., we must in no wise ex express
press express an opinion, if we have one. so we
beg of you, Mr. Editor, to look in the
same booktionary you found "purlo"
and "thru" in, and find some real ex expressive
pressive expressive adjective and express your
opinion on the poor mail service we
have at present. Posting a letter here
and taking two days to go Into Palat Palat-ka.
ka. Palat-ka. a distance of about twenty-five
miles, is what it amounts to. The oil
Star route was a great convenience
and we are sorry to see the change to
the present system.
Mrs. D. W. Johnson of Johnson, vis visited
ited visited friends here Monday.
If you are troubled with any kid kidney,
ney, kidney, 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 cure.
Send for testimonials. Dr. E. W. Hall.
2926 Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Sold
by all druggists.
Xotlce Is hereby given that the
Board of County Commissioners will
receive bids for one Gasoline or Oil
Traction Engine of 30 to 60 horse-pow
er, and 4 or more 31 to 4-yard capa capacity
city capacity all steel cars for road building.
Said bids to be opened at noon August
. 1912. S. T. Sistrunk, Clerk.
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.
HAPPIEST GIRL IX LINCOLN"
A Lincoln. Xeb., girl writes. "I had
been ailing for some time with chronic
constipation and stomach trouble. I
began taking Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets and In three days I
was able to be up and get better Tight
along. I am the proudest girl In Lin Lincoln
coln Lincoln to find such a good medicine."
For sale by all druggists.
CHflUUL CENTRAL T01IJIF SUMTER COUNTY
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COLKMW M'MTEK COl'MV, FLA.
The town of Coleman lies near the
center of Sumter county, the latter be
ing but one county removed from the ;
with live oak, hickory, cedar, mag magnolia,
nolia, magnolia, and gum trees, with a dense
undergrowth. The soil is largely com composed
posed composed of vegetable mold, phosphates.
(carbonates of lime, sand and clay. The
iine lands are also rich some of
J. E, OHAGE
Gulf of Mexico, and subject to its ex- rlch" aS the hammocks
cellent climatic conditions. About two finest q e e3
miles to the west of the town is Lake
Panasoffkee. a beautiful inland sheet
of water, bordered by sub-tropical
(in the country are found on them.
iThey are more easily cleared than the
(hammock lands, and while they are
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scenerj. wre d. uwnu '"":not ,0 rlchf.there U a feeling that or or-skirting
skirting or-skirting Panasoffkee and also ?00'1 t on the ;ne ,ands
fishing in the lake itself. Some half j wm to a sreater asre. Botn 8oSls
a score of miles to tne south of thovrever ,how no slgnjS ot exhaustion,
town is Sumtervilie. the county seat. L y,ew Qf the fact that the long ea.
To the north is Manon county The jevera, cfo bft
. . 1 . n .1 V, . Kriirht r 1
ture lies in the tact mat tne town
located in the mi lst of .-ome of the J
state's most fertile lands. There are j
two kinds of soil in the section, quite
distinct in some respects. but both
this quality is a valuable
aset. Coleman has up-to-date public
utilities, a aood school system, sev
eral churches, and citizens possessing
sterling qualities. Located on the
main line of the Seaboard Air Line.
adapted to fruit and vegetable culture tQwn f"ortunate
They are the r:on nammock ands and situated ,n shlpr,in, facilities,
the pine lands. "Hammock' is a local
term applied to a peculiar soil, cover covered
ed covered with a dense growth of trees and
underbrush. The word is said to be
of Indian origin, and is not to be con confounded
founded confounded with "hummock." A ham hammock
mock hammock is a rich holy of land, overgrown
STORE FOR REXT
One of the store rooms in the north
wing of the Ocala House Is for rent
Apply to R: T. Adams.
Rooms 9, 10 and 11. Second .Floor,
L. F. BLALOGK
Office Over Commercial Dank
Office Hours. 8tol2a.rn.ltoA
p. m. Plume 21 1.
FULLER & AYER
Office over Monroe & Chambliss B'k.
-OCAIA EVENING STAR, WED3CESDAY, JULY 21,-1912.
OCALA EVENING STAR
TO RH fill
nittlnger & Carroll Proprietors.
R. R. Carroll, llaslness Manager.
J. IT. Benjamin, Editor.
Entered in the postofftce at Ocala,
Fla., as second class mall matter.
WHY THE STAR
RELIEVES IN VACCIXATIOX
Qulte a few men of unquestioned
brilliancy and quite as many not ho
brilliant denounce and oppose vacci vaccination.
nation. vaccination. The first class bring against
it many arguments highly ingenuous
in their conception and irrefutable in
their logic. The second class are
against it .for the same reason that
makes them prefer patent medicine to
a doctor's prescription: because they
are more concerned about the way
anything tastes than about its effect.
The Star believes in vaccination, be because
cause because vaccination is believed In and
practiced by about a dozen men it is
Intimately acquainted with men un unknown
known unknown to fame, tho the name of each
is a household word and a spell
against evil In scores to hundreds of
homes. They have tried It, they have
seen It tried, for years; If It was a
fake, if it was a danger to health and
life, they would have repudiated it
long ago. The Star refers to the phy
sicians of Marion county, who are
typical of the great majority of their
profession throughout the world. An
ounce of their practical experience
worth all the windy tons of theory
that can be piled up against vaccina vaccination.
tion. vaccination. WILL. VOTE FOR WILSON
A dispatch from Sea Girt says:
From more than 2,000 letters of
prominent republicans, which Gov.
Wilson has received, assuring him that
the writers would vote the democratic
ticket this year, not to mention un uncounted
counted uncounted letters from more obscure
members of the republican rank and
file, there were made public tonight
the contents of 100 or more which the
governor has answered personally. In
no case was the name of the writer
given for publication, but the original
of each letter Is on file at the gov governor's
ernor's governor's office.
A large proportion, perhaps 25 per
cent, of the nominee's correspondence
is composed of these unsolicited pledg
es of support by republicans.
I have always been a republican
and never voted for any other party."
wrote the president of a college In
Pennsylvania, "but I so thoroughly
believe in you that I Intend to give
you my vote and my influence. De Depend
pend Depend on me for any service I may be
able to render."
The president of a Brooklyn bank
wrote: "Your candidacy appeals to
the people of the whole country."
This came from the president of a
national bank In Maine: "Together
with many former republicans from
among, the most representative men of
our good state I shall support you."
From the head of a trust company
In -Chicago: "I shall be happy to aid.
you In any way within my power."
A leading republican lawyer of
North Dakota: "You can count on
the support of not only the democrat democratic
ic democratic party In this state, but of a very
large progressive republican vote.
Pray feel at liberty to call upon me
at any time to assist you."
In the United States court In Wash Washington
ington Washington Tuesday, John Mitchell, vice
president of the American Federation
of Labor, was sentenced to nine months
Imprisonment for contempt of court.
We suppose John will have to atone
for the widespread feeling of con contempt
tempt contempt with which the American peo peo-.
. peo-. pfe view the prosecution of himself,
Gompers and Morrison In the Buck
Stove and Range case.
The gamblers of Tampa did not so
entirely get away from Charlie Jones.
Suarez, proprietor of the Joint In
which Jones was arrested for defend defending
ing defending himself, was hauled up in the
criminal court of the county and plead pleaded
ed pleaded guilty to running a lottery. They
will all have enough of Charlie before
he gets thru with them.
The United States government has
put the ban upon moving pictures of
prize fights. It seems that the Times
is not entirely alone In the opinion
that these exhibitions are "brutal and
brutalizing." Tampa Times.
Quite correct, most estemeed con contemporary.
temporary. contemporary. The tribe of sissies is
large and makes a noise out of pro proportion
portion proportion to Its numbers. What gets
our goat is that Congress can so
easily knock out prizefight pictures
and can't, or won't, keep a wet state
from shipping booze Into a dry one.
The picture men must have neglected
to hire lobbyists in time.
Mcintosh, July 24. Miss A. M.
Baldwin Is having the building she
purchased from Mr. W. P. Granger
remodeled before she occupies it with
her fall millinery. Mr. A. B. Dupuis Is
doing the work.
Miss Bettle McCarley and Miss S. E.
Retd, of Boardman, are visiting the
Walkups a few days.
Mr. Vertrees of Palatka was here
for the week end. He says that he
finds the porches to the Baldwin hotel
to be about as pleasant as any summer
resort he has been to in Florida.
Mr. W. M. Gist is spending several
weeks at Green Springs for his health,
where he will be joined the latter
part of this week by Mrs. Gist.
Quite an epidemic of blind staggers
among the horses seems to be raging
In this section. Already several fine
animals have died.
Mr. C. F. Farren will open a livery
stable along the first of August and
will run a machine or so in connec connection
tion connection with It.
Mr. S.H. Walkup started his closing
out sale on last Monday, having sold
his stock and fixtures to Wood &
Hand, who expect to open up for bus business
iness business about the middle of August. Mr.
Walkup will engage in the lumber and
building material business, something
that Mcintosh has always needed. We
all wish him success in this line.
Mrs. W. R. Brown gave a baby show
In honor of Randolph, Jr.. last week.
Among the mothers present were Mrs.
J. P. Havlrd. Mrs. P. D. Bateman. Mrs.
Quattlehaus. Mrs. Avera. Mrs. J. K.
Christian. Mrs. W. A. Green.
Fishing such as only the older resi residents
dents residents can remember has drawn crowds
lakewards this week. As high as a
dozen boats at a time can be seen
around a small fishing ground. High
water Is supposed to have caused the
fish to return to their old feeding
grounds, where they are biting with a
Courting In Ocala has again called
five of Mcintosh's sterner sex to the
Brick City. Folks up here are be beginning
ginning beginning to believe that they hold
court In Ocala the year "round."
Orgaalse a Wllaoa A Marshall Cla la
Kara Pr eel act
Editor Star: I have noticed numer
ous suggestions as to the method of
raising funds for the coming cam
paign, but It seems to me that there
has been a lack of system so far as
any organization In Florida is con concerned.
cerned. concerned. I am going to impose on you
with one more suggestion. My plan Is
that there be organized In each pre
cinct of each county of the state aj
Wilson and Marshall club. member membership
ship membership in which shall be placed at one
dollar (this not to prevent any per person
son person from contributing a larger sum. if
he so desires); the chairman of the
democratic executive committee in
each county to act as the treasurer for
each county to whom each precinct
treasurer shall remit all funds raised
by the precinct clubs; that there be a
state campaign committee selected by
the national democratic committee committeeman
man committeeman and the state democratic commit committeeman,
teeman, committeeman, consisting of as many mem members
bers members as these two gentlemen may deem
necessary, of which campaign commit committee
tee committee the national democratic committee committeeman
man committeeman shall be chairman and the state
chairman and secretary of the state
democratic executive committee shall
be members; and that the funds rais raised
ed raised by the several counties of the
state be placed in the hands of this
state campaign committee to be used
in state work or through the national
committee, as it may dictate.
It seems to me that we should not
be idle in this matter, just because we
are assured that Florida will be found
in the right column, but that we
should at least contribute something
to the cause. L. W. Duval.
HITTING THE NAILS
ON THE HEADS
The bst wishes of our people attend
Judge Locke in his retirement from
the bench he has been faithful over
many things in which we all had an
Tom Watson says his attack of pto ptomaine
maine ptomaine poisoning was responsible for
the nomination of Wilson. Tom takes
great stock in his Individual influence
and ability. In that great convention.
Tom would have had difficulty in mak making
ing making himself heard, not to mention pre
venting a nomination. Tampa Tri
"Progressives" are those who move
forward. They do not stand still.
Governor Wilson is a progressive, so
you cannot ascertain his present opin opinions
ions opinions by reading his books or speeches
written or delivered several years ago.
DELIGHTFUL PARLOR MEETING
OP THE W. C. T. UNION
Yesterday from 4 to 5 o'clock about
forty members of the Ocala W. C. T. U.
and L. T. L. enjoyed meeting at the
pretty home of Mrs. T. E. Bridges.
Several things taken together made
this the best meeting held for a long
The deep and abiding interest in the
cause of temperance felt by the wom women
en women of Ocala, the popularity of the pres president,
ident, president, Mrs. W. T. Gary, the well known
charming hospitality of the hostess,
Mrs. Bridges, and the fact that Mrs.
M. M. Little had charge of the pro program
gram program all brought together to this
meeting the representative women of
Devotional exercises were conduct
ed by the president, Mrs. W. H. Dodge
of the Presbyterian church leading in
The following program was then
most thoroughly enjoyed:
Piano solo Floyd Coleman.
"Life of Miss Anna Gordon" (In hon
or of whose birthday the service was
held) Mrs. Dodge, 'ihls paper was so
well prepared and so much enjoyed
that it was requested for publication.
Mrs. C. E. Winston sang very sweet sweetly
ly sweetly a solo, "Saved by a Song." She was
accompanied by Miss Myrtle Whitfield.
Avalee Edwards, one of the brightest
and most charming L. T. L. girls, re recited
cited recited "Follow the Flag," a poem writ written
ten written by Miss Gordon.
A very close person touch was giv given
en given to the occasion by a letter written
to Mrs. Little by Miss Gordon. This
was read by Mrs. George Feltham.
Hazel Feltham, another sweet L. T.
L. girl, read a pretty little temper temperance
ance temperance sketch.
A symposium of temperance truths
was given by twelve ladles. Mrs. L.
B. Sanders, lovingly called the mother
of the L. T. L's., played several num numbers,
bers, numbers, ending with Dixie, and no one in
all the world can play that dear old
tune like the women of the sixties.
Miss Catherine Strunk recited beau beautifully
tifully beautifully "The Best Drink."
Closing this excellent program was
a violin solo by Master Marion Melvin
Little, the seven-year-old son of Mr.
and Mrs. M. M. Little, accompanied by
his sister. Miss Margaret Sangster
Little. So appreciative was the au audience
dience audience that the little fellow had to re respond
spond respond to two encores.
A short business session was held.
The report of the treasurer showed
the union In good financial condition.
Mrs. Keller was welcomed as a mem member.
ber. member. After the appointment of some
committees the meeting adjourned,
and the ladles spent a pleasant social
The next parlor meeting will be
held with Mrs. George Feltham In
Mm. Dodge Paper
Anna Adams Gordon, author and
temperance worker, was born in Bos Boston.
ton. Boston. Mass., July 21st. 1833. She studied
for some years at the Newton high
school and in Mount Holyoke Semi Seminary.
nary. Seminary. In 1875 she went to Europe and
spent a year with her sister. Miss
Gulick. who was the founder of the
girls' college in San Sebastaln. Spain.
In 1877 while she was studying the
organ in Boston she was Introduced
to Miss Willard. and listen to the In Introduction.
troduction. Introduction. Miss Willard says. "On
going to conduct the women's meet meeting
ing meeting for Mr. D. I Moody In 1877 there
was no one to play the organ. An ap appeal
peal appeal was made but no one responded
and then a slight figure dressed In
black, with a small roll of music in
her hand, walked shyly down the aisle
and said. 'As no one volunteers. I will
do the best I can.' Her music showed
that the deep springs of her sweet na nature
ture nature had been broken up by sorrow
a deeper current Godward now flowed
through her soul. This sorrow was the
loss o fa brother whoe life had been
knit to her own by very tender ties."
From that time the paths of Frances
Willard and Anna Gordon never
diverged. The music on this occasion
flowed from a bruised heart, reminding
one that the perfume of the modest
violet Is never so sweet as when the
little flower Is crushed.
Ole Bull was seen one day on a
point that ran far out Into the sea.
playing his violin. "I am listening to
the waves breaking so I may repro-
I DAT GUY HAS L3FPSEaO
I 4r aYr -X&V
OUR MOVING- PICTURE.
hYthe argument of
baldness is the
visitation of God
M alfalfa Is nwn own
noun Hnd. HKeio OSK.
wnere aoes ine auuvc
specimen Oct otT ?
duce the sound on my violin." Stand Standing
ing Standing like the great violinist on a point
running into the sea of sorrow and
sin. Anna Gordon caught tae moan of
suffering- humanity, and heard also
the call to humanity's service. From
that hour she sought to make the har harmonies
monies harmonies in life richer, the discords few fewer.
er. fewer. She was a member of the Congrega Congregational
tional Congregational church. She acted as private
secretary for Miss Willard, superin superintendent
tendent superintendent of juvenile work for the
World's W. C. T. U. and associate na national
tional national superintendent of the same de department.'
partment.' department.' She is perhaps best known
as the friend of the children. Miss
Anna Gordon has made a largo place
for herself in the hearts of the juve juveniles.
niles. juveniles. Gifted in music she has com composed
posed composed the marching songs for the
Young Woman's Temperance Union.
Her methods were put to the proof by
conducting juvenile organi-ations for
years in Kvanston. 111., where she
lived with Miss Willard in their "Rest
Miss Gordon's book of "Questions
Answered" is a complete manual of
juvenile temperance work. Her pro prohibition
hibition prohibition program is much used in eve evening
ning evening entertainments, while her "Col "Collection
lection "Collection of Speech" in rhyme has been
used a thousand times. She has also
published a "White Ribbon Birthday
In 1883 she went with Miss Willard
! to every state and territory, making a
trip of 30,000 miles and assisting in
twenty state and territorial conven conventions.
tions. conventions. But the most popular of her
writings is "The Beautiful Life of
Frances Willard." How fitting that
Anna Gordon should write the life of
one with whom she talked and planned
daily their work, yea, even thought
together of lifting the world out of
that sea of sin she had pictured them.
Her vision was broad and deep. Her
courage unflinching, her step unflag unflagging,
ging, unflagging, loyalty indeed may be said to be
the crowning virtue of her character.
In one hand she carries the people's
troubles; in the other, the people's
joys, and this keeps her erect.
In speaking of Anna Adams Gordon
we might quote J. F. W. Ware, who
says: "No man need hunt for his mis mission.
sion. mission. His mission comes to him. It is
not above, it is not below, it is not
far, is it not to make human faces
happy now and then among the child children
ren children of misery but to keep happy faces
about us all the time."
AN UNWISE ASPIRATION
Ex-Governor Patterson announces
himself as a candidate for the United
States Senate. His announcement may
serve to keep a republican in the Sen Senate
ate Senate from Tennessee and another in the
executive mansion of that state.
NOTICE FOR PAVING RIDS
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.
Fresident of the City Council.
Attest: H. C. Sistrunk. City Clerk.
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.
The Times is grieved to learn that
little R. E., the four-year-old son of
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. McCook of Cole Coleman,
man, Coleman, died last Tuesday with diphtheria
after a brief illness. Bushnell Times.
L.i aWHITE LIES
i'l I iiltlil OU PLAY
THE ONES WE HAVE
PERPETRATED BY WALT Ac DOUGALL
AVERY NATURAL. SUPPOSITION WHAT?
OWED TO THE FIRST HOT DAY.
Oh,doyou remember how
Vbu cussed cmd yverit on
at the beautiful snow ?
Are you now jerry how lost
Ybu shuddered to hear
the col J North wind blow?
How way above par In Feb.
and In Mar.
Was every device that would
keep a man warm
iio lemperalure please Deiow
And a sealskin-lined ulster
wri flprfnnt fnrnn ?
n.jf- Pr trio Snrinrf
Ker firit flinfl
scarcey peen y
Two Railroad Men Have Narrow
rape from Sertoan Injury
Martel. July 23. Miss Vera -Veal and
her little sister, who have been: visit visiting
ing visiting relatives here, have returned to
their home in Jacksonville.
Mr. J. I Smith of Brooksvllle was a
business caller last Thursday.
Mr. J. C. Beasley, one of our merch merchants
ants merchants and most popular young men, left
last Friday for his old" home in Glen Glen-ville,
ville, Glen-ville, Ga., where he will spend a cou couple
ple couple of weeks in rene-wing old acquaint acquaintances
ances acquaintances and in transacting some busi business
ness business in those parts. Mr. Beasley was
accompanied by his cousin, Master
James Tucker.'; .'
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Burgess and Mr.
W. F. McAteer of Ocala. Sundayed with
Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Dillard.
Rev. J. B. Rooney in filling his reg regular
ular regular third Sunday appointment at Mar Martel
tel Martel last Sunday delivered two most
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Proctor of Levon
are spending a few days her in look looking
ing looking for a location. Mrs. Proctor is .an
accomplished, school and music teacher
and in ourtopinion our citizens would
be fortunate to secure her, services in
our public school for the coming term.
Mr. I, F. Dillard. section foreman for
the Martel Lumber Co., had a very
narrow escape from serious injury on
last Saturday evening, as he and his
crew were coming in from' their day's
work, on the motor car. They were
traveling at a considerable rate of
speed around a curve with an ob obstructed
structed obstructed view, when there suddenly
came in sight an extra engine coming
toward them, under a full head of
steam. Mr. Dillard's men proceeded
at once to join the bird gang, but he
stayed with- the car until almost the
last second to shut off the power and
apply the brakes. He then jumped,
but his clothing caught on the brake
lever, dragging him over ground and
ties for quite a distance before he
could get loose. The collision con considerably
siderably considerably damaged the engine pilot,
also the motor car, but Mr. Dillard
was not seriously injured, though
qute bruised up. It is stated that the
engine was running on Mr. Dillard's
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dampier of In Inverness
verness Inverness are visiting Mrs. Dampier's
aunt and family, Mrs. J. F. Kemp.
Mr. J. W. Hemming of Jacksonville,
former bookkeeper for the Martel
Lumber Company, but who is now the
Florida representative for the South Southern
ern Southern Cotton Oil Co., was a business cal caller
ler caller on Mondaj.
Mr. Walter Ray is expecting her
children home today from Fayette Fayette-ville.
ville. Fayette-ville. N. C.
. Mr. T. V. Newbern of Leroy attend attended
ed attended the K. of -P. lodge here last Thurs Thursday
day Thursday night.
Presence of mind and agility saved
the limbs and probably the life of W.
B. Holland, the O. & S. W. conductor,
while in the Ocala yards last Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. Mr Holland attempted to board
the pilot of his approaching engine,
when his foot slipped off the step. He
immediately sprang back, but seeing
that he could not get -himself in the
clear, he proceeded to turn a back
summersault, with the result that the
engine passed by leaving him unharm unharmed.
ed. unharmed. Fortunately the train was not
moving fast or he could not possibly
have saved himself from serious In Injury.
jury. Injury. The picnic department of the Ep Ep-worth
worth Ep-worth League held an ice cream social
la.t Monday at the home of Mrs.
Ausley. There were about thirty-five
guests present and these little folks
all had a royal good -time.
(Sumter County Times)
Lewis Mann of Ocala paid home
a visit Saturday and Sunday.
Arthur Mann died between 2
o'clock Thursday morning after
a long illness. He leaves to mourn
his death many relatives and friends,
all of whom have our sincere sym sympathy.
pathy. sympathy. JACKSONVILLE M A SUICIDE
John C. Whitford. well known In
Jacksonville business circles, and for
the past several years manager of the
a ft? a
You wilt in the collar and
let out a holler
At eighty degrees In the
A resolution has been pas-
sed by the Legislature To
compel all arTisls who
are well and strong la-
II is possible
Bill Co civ.
d possible Re
carpet department at Furchgott
store, committed slucide by shooting
himself with a pistol while he was at
the Turkish bath establishment on
West Duval street Monday, a few
minutes after noon. Despondency,
probably over Hf 'health at the time,
and perhaps business matters, are
thought to have been 'the cause. He
was 60 years of age.
A. B. Kibler, one of our prominent
citizens, journeyed to Ocala Thursday
to transact business matters.
Chas. J. Phillips, a prominent con contractor
tractor contractor and builder of Ocala, was in
the city Tuesday.
Messrs. A. B. and D. B. Kibler, prom prominent
inent prominent citizens of this place, made a
business tri pto Lakeland Saturday. It
is rumored that these gentlemen will
organibe a bank at that progressive
Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Head and lit little
tle little daughter, who have been spending
several days in the city the guests of
relatives, left Saturday for Ocala,
where they will spend several4 days' be before
fore before returning to their 'home "at Fort
A. M. Lansfo'rd, the clever piano man
of Ocala was in the 'city Thursday
greeting his many friends.
Wacahoota, July 24. Heavy rains
have been falling every day for the
pa'st week and we have experienced
several severe electric storms, but no
damage done by lightning so far. The
ponds, lakes and prairies are all get getting
ting getting pretty full and the public roads
are dreadful, almost Impassable.
Mr. J. S. Dunning is having quite an
experience carrying the mail "and has
had the misfortune to break his buggy
twice this week, while traveling over
the bad roads.
Mrs. J. Porter Smith left Sunday for
Gainesville, where she will be the
guest of her daughter, Mrs. C. C. Ped Ped-ric.
ric. Ped-ric. Rev. Malphurs of Starke filled his
regular appointment here Saturday
Miss Claudia Bradley of Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville was a week end visitor to her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bradley.
Mr. Retls Smith was a visitor to
Mr. and Mrs.'C. M. Smith were the
guests of Mrs. E. C. Chitty last
Mrs. V. P. Smith has entirely recov recov-erad
erad recov-erad from her dog bite and left Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday to visit her daughter, Mrs. W. J.
Edwards of Ocala.
The many friends of Mr." Harvey
Bruton are indeed sorry to hear he
still has fever and hope he will soon
be well again.
Miss Sallie Ramsey returned from
Lake City Saturday, where she has
been attending the B. Y. P. U. conven convention
tion convention and reports an excellent meeting.
York. July 20. Mrs. A. H. Potter
and daughter, Dorrls. who have been
visiting with Mrs. Potter's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gillis. left for their
home at Baldwin last Wednesday.
Mr. C. M. Hawkins, better known as
Dick, York's correspondent, left for
the Brick City last week and will be
absent about a month.
Mrs. M. E. Wallace of Ocala was in
our burg recently the guest of Mrs. J.
Mr. H. M. Cave and Mr. T. L. Steele
visited the Bftck City last Tuesday.
Sunnyjim played havoc with the cows
in our section the night of the 11th.
killing two cows for W. V. Weathers
and one for Thos. Russell.
Miss Lallie Gillis came home from
Mr. Maxie Gillis came up from Avon
Park Saturday to see his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. William Gillis. and Sunday
proceeded upon his way to Tarheel, N.
C. to meet his wife and bab3 who are
spending the summer at that place.
Mrs. J. S. Mann went down to Rock Rockwell
well Rockwell last Wednesday to see her son.
Arthur Mann and family.
There was quite a stir up at Leroy
last week among the A. C. L. section
hands. One of the hands, it seems. Is
rather undersized, and Is picked upon
by the rest of the crew. He resented
the attacks with railroad spikes and
"PRIVATE CREDIT IS WEALTH; PUBLIC IS SECUItY"!
Credit is character derived from public opinion, -the
estimate, commercially tp? akiogthat others place
upon yoii and your buside&s ability. r v
It is the priceless testimony of others of your hon honesty
esty honesty and integrity, and constitutes your standing in
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 such a manner as to win the confidence
of those who have money to loan.
A bank credit is the best business asset you can
have. ..Let us hely you establish one.
The Muorce &
a pistol was drawn and several shots
fired in the melee. One of the men
was locked to a wogn wheel and beat
up pretty badly.
York was represented on Children's
Day at Fellowship by Mr. and Mrs. W.
'V. Weathers. Mr, T. L. Steele and Miss
Maud Watson Watson-Mr.
Mr. Watson-Mr. and Mrs. Archie Cuthlll of Mar Mar-tel
tel Mar-tel were in our burs last week.
Profrraaa af Chlldrea'a Day at
hip Saaday School
Berlin, July 22. The
Mr. Faunce McCully of Jacksonville
has returned home after a few days'
visit with relatives here.
Ir. R. D. Ferguson is recovering
'.from an attack of chills and fever.
Mrs. W. B. Cog-gins of Weirsdale
visited relatives in our burg last week.
Mrs. W. J. Pooser of Tallahassee is
visiting friends and relatives here.
Misses LIska, Rosalie and Inez Col Collins
lins Collins have returned to their home at
Evinston after spending a week very
pleasantly as the guests of Misses
Floy and Geneva McCully.
Mr. Almyr Seckinger spent Sunday
Mr. S. J. McCully, Marlon county's
demonstration agent, has returned
home from West Florida, where he
has been for the last week attending a
Farmers Union convention.'
Mrs.,R. W. Ervin of Crystal River Is
visiting her, mother. Mrs. J. T. Phil Phillips.
lips. Phillips. The Fellowship Baptist Sunday
school celebrated Children's Day on
July 14th and the following program
Welcome address by Supt. Harry Mc
Recitation, Children's Day Geneva
Song. Children's Day.
Recitation, Whittler's Prayer Eva
Dialogue. Talking Too Muck Four
Recitation, Work for Little Hands
Dialogue, Why Can' They Do Leone
Brooks,"'" Margaret :Atkinson, Geneva
McCully, Margaret Jensen, Ruth Jen
sen and. Emma Rawls.
Song, Little Children Can Do Some
Recitation, Early and Late Adriel
Recitation, Good Deeds Paul
Recitation, The Two Command
Recitation, His First Speech James
Recitation. Always Take Mother's
Advice Leone Brooks.
Recitation, Grandpa's Way Edward
Recitation, A Little Child Like Me
Song. Cheerful Songs Today Are
Dialogue, What I Would Be Carl
Roe, Elbert Mills, Sebron Ferguson,
Bryan Curry, Vasco Seckinger, Newal
Priest and Vance Ferguson.
Recitation, The Collection Wiley
Recitation. Never Grumble Effle
Recitation, A True Story WInnlfred
Recitation, God Wants Them Lizzie
'Recitation, Perseverance Ella
Song, The Sweet Story of Old.
Recitation. My Mission Floy
Recitation, Do You Know
Many Stars Emma Rawls.
Recitation, Three Words of Strength
Candle exercise by Lizzie Edwards,
Delia Edwards, Callie Ferguson. Mar
garet Atkinson, Geneva McCully and
Song, Little Candles By the same
Recitation, A Little Sermon Claude
Recitation Laurlne Carter.
Dialogue, Mary's Lamb Sarah At
kinson and Malcolm Ferguson.
Recitation. The Dot Upon the I
Lor a Brooks.
Quartet, Lift the Banner High Mrs
H. E. Snowden, Miss Alta Beck and
Messrs. S. J. McCully and G. W. Bar-
Class exercise. Our Missions Fae
Beck. Carl Roe, Effle Rawls, Sebron
Ferguson, Mattie Mills. Vasco Seckin
ger. Nina Seckinger, William Curry,
Annie Lee Hood. Newal Priest and
Recitation. A Tribune to Water
Song. God is on the Throne.
This program was gotten up thru
the lyitiring efforts of Mrs. S. D. At Atkinson.
kinson. Atkinson. Misses Alta Beck and Minnie
Seckinger and others.
We are sorry to report Mr. V. M.
Seckinger Is confined to his bed with
rheumatism. We hope he will' soon be
Mr. W. L. Mills left Tuesday for
Winter Garden, where he expects to
go in business for himself.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Rawls were the
guests of Mr., and Mrs. C. C. Stephens
a few days last week.
Can furnish from on setting to one
thousand pure bred Rhode Island Red
eggs for hatching at tit. per hundred.
Ed CarmichaeL Ocala.
STORK FOR REXT
One of the store rooms In the north
wins of the Ocala House Is for rent.?
Apply to R. T. Adams. i A
Hon. IL D. Hunt and family autoed ;
to Ocala and return Tuesday In Mr.,,
tiunts Ford. Notwithstanding- the
bad condition of the roads they made--
the trip without mishap. Bushnell
Times. ; I
You can save money by purchasing
second-hand and rebound books at the
Ocala News Co.
With every 50c. cash purchase you,
get a chance on a ISO lady's wardrobe
trunk at IL A. Waterman's.
In these days of high cost or living-.
a medicine that gets a man up out of
bed and able to work In afew days la
a valuable and welcome remedy. John
Heath, Michigan Bar, Cal., had kidney
and bladder trouble, was confined' to
his bed, unable to turn without help.'
I commenced using Foley Kidney
Pills and can truly say I was relieved
at once. Ills example Is worth fol
lowing. Sold by Anti-Monopoly Drug Drug-store.
store. Drug-store. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
Ieea Inder fteetlaa H mt Caaster
4KNM, Lawn of Flartaa.
Notice Is hereby erlven that S. J.
Johnson, purchaser of; tax certificate
No. 44. dated the Cth day of June, A.
D. 1910. has filed said certificate In my
office, and has made application for,,
tax deed to issue in accordance with
law. Said certificate embraces the,
following described property situated
in aianon county, nonaa, to-wit: ijh.
4 blk 22 Orange Lake, see 21 tp 12 r
21 e. The said land being assessed at
the date of the Issuance of such cer-
tlficate in the name of J. J. Johnson.)
Unless said certificate shall be re
deemed according to law, tax deed
will issue thereon on the 29th day of
July. A. D. 1912.
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 24th day of June. A. D.'
1912. T. Slstrunk,
Clerk Circuit Court Marlon Co. Fla,
NOTICK OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
Deed Lader tUa 8 af Chapter
4KKN, Um af Flarlda.
Notce is hereby given that R. M.
Drlggers, purchaser of tax certificate
No. 24. dated the Cth day of June, A.
D. 1910. has filed said certificate In my
office, and has made application for
tax deed -to Issue In accordance wUh
law. Said certificate embraces the fol following
lowing following described property situated .' In
Marlon county, Fla,, to-wlt: W of
nwVi eec 29 tp 17 r 22 e. The said land
being assessed at the date of the Is Issuance
suance Issuance ot such certificate In the name
of Henning Land & Investment Com Company.
pany. Company. Unless said certificate ahall be
redeemed according to law, tax deed
will issue thereon on the
23rd 4ar af Afft, A. D. 113
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 20th day of July. A. ,D.
1912. ST. Slstrunk,
Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THIS
Fifth Jadlrlal CI rea It af Flartaa la
and for Marlea Ceaaty, la Caaa
Edna Grant, Complainant, vs. John
Grant. Defendant Order for Con Constructive
structive Constructive Service.
It Is ordered that the defendant
herein named, to-wlt: John Grant, be
and he Is hereby required to appear to
the bill of complaint filed In this cause
on or before Monday, the 2nd day of
it is further ordered that a copy of
this order be published once a week
for eight consecutive weeks In the
Ocala Evening Star, a newspaper pub published
lished published In said county and state.
This 29th day of June. 1912.
8. T. Slstrunk,
Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla.
C. L. Slstrunk.
IN THE CIRCUrr COURT OF THE
Fifth Jadlrlal CI real t af Flerlda la
aad far Marloa Caaaty. la Chaa
Louis Weihe Complainant vs. George
Howard et al Defendants Order
for Constructive Service.
It is ordered that the defendants
herein named, to-wit: George Howard,
John Blackshear, Judge Knight and
George Howard, Jr., be and are hereby
required to appear to the bill of com com-plant
plant com-plant filed in this cause on or before
ftatarday, the 27th day ( Jaly ItLt
It Is further ordered that a copy of
this order be published once a week
for eight consecutive weeks In the
Ocala Star, a newspaper published ta
said county and state.
This 21st day of May. 1912.
' 8. T. Slstrunk.
Clerk Circuit Court Marlon Co. Fla.
By Don Pea body, D. C.
Hampton & Hall, --Complainant's
Complainant's --Complainant's Solicitor.
Starr af tkaWarlae
which you mar besia readiaa at
any time, and which will bold roar interest
lorever, u running in
Are you reading it? Two millions of your
neighbors are, and it is the favorite merstine
in thousands of the beat American nomas. It
appeals to an dassee old and young mea
and women those who know and those who
want to know.
The "Skaa Netes" DeaartaMa (29 pages)
gives easy wars to do thing how to make
useful articles tor home and shop, repairs, etc
"Aseatear Mackaalcs O0 pares) tells bow to
make Mission furniture, wireless outfits, boats.
engines, magic, and all the things a boy
blo m yta. snasLS corses l
vsnii a ros
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OCALA EVENTXG STAR, WEDNESDAY, JULY 84, 1912.
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part In Its conduct. It fosters and encourages horn enterprises, all of which
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MUSIC EVERY EVENING
. from 6:00 to 7:30
V. B. KELLER & CO.
(Formerly Smith & Roberts)
Funeral Directors and
Lady Assistant when required
Calls Answered Promptly Night
or Day, to All Parts of City
Parlors Located Between Ideal
Theater and Express Oil ice
DAY PHONE, 315
NIGHT PHONE, 448
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; G. J. PHILLIPS
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Accurate Building Plans. Blue. Print
'and Specifications made. Lands Sur Sur-reyed
reyed Sur-reyed and Platted. Close Estimates
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The weather permitting there will
be a game of baseball on the South
Ninth street grounds on Thursday aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, 25st Inst, the Gainesville team
having consented to come on that
The same 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
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
The hour for the game will be an
NOTICE TO MEMBERS OP
THE OCALA BOARD OF TRADE
At the meeting of the board of
trade held June 19th it was decided to
change the dues from $12 annually to
$25, and the secretary be Instructed to
publish for thirty days.
R. C. Muncaster, Secy.
RURAL CARRIER EXAMINATION
Mr. B. F. Borden, local secretary of
the civil service board for this sec section,
tion, section, advertises an examination to be
held In Ocala August 10th, in the post post-office
office post-office building, for a rural carrier for
Burbank. The usual entrance salary
for rural carriers Is from $600 to
$1000 per annum. The age limit Is
from 18 to 55, the maximum limit,
however, being waived in cases of
honorably discharged United States
soldiers and sailors. Successfully
passing this examination places the
applicant in position for appointment
to clerk or carrier in first and second
class offices. Application blanks may
be obtained from Mr. Borden at the
THE CHOICE OF A nUSBAND
Is too Important a matter for a woman
to 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, Tydings & Company.
SCHOOL BOOKS AT MARTIN'S
The Ocala News Co., O. W. Martin.
proprietor, has a large supply of coun-
tv schools books on hand.
Fretful babies need the comforting
effect of M'GEE'S BABY ELIXIR. It
quiets feverishness, ..corrects sour
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.
July 20th, mylW. G. Mason, In Tampa.
tan leather suit case, about 24 inches
long, was carried off by mistake from I
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
nlease notifv the Star office. Ocala.
Fla. J. E. Hendrix.
BANKS SET A GOOD EXAMPLE
Commencing July 18th the banks of
this city will close on Thursdays until
further notice at 1 p. m.
Ocala National Bank.
The Munroe & Chambllss Bank.
WANTEDTo get your auto top
work; made new or recovered; backs,!
cushions, slip covers, hoods, etc. Satis-
faotliYn cruarantAor. Orlft Antn Ton
(jo., at xucAieer s mop.
Sprains require careful treatment.
Keep quiet and
apply Chamberlain's Ware .6c eson or Henry Cla B"r B"r-It
It B"r-It will remove the I
soreness and quickly restore the parts
to a healthy condition. For sale by an
A. M. Nason. farming near Canaan.
Me., was badly crippled with sciatic
rneuniaiisui uue no sajra iu uric actu m
t A I - 1 . ...I. a.U I I
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
ive for the various forms of rheuma
tism. Sold by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore
wanted To repair, upholster or
refinish your furniture. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Ocala Auto Top Co..
Mc.teer s shop.
V.r 1 .. a v.. Vir mai nn a. 1nnrn, with.
I .. . . :.
out a bottle or cnamDeriain s cone,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It
almost certain to be needed and can
not be obtained when on board the
cars or steamships. For sale by all
FOR RENT Offices In nolder build
Ing. Apply to Davis A Martin.
The greatest enemy of childhood Is
the tana worm. It destroys health and
undermines the constitution. The great-
est enemy of Intestinal worms is
WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE. It
removes the worms and helps the child
DaCK to sirengin, iigur iuu cuetnui-
. K tL V A
ness. price za cents per Dome, aoiaicream oi wneat per paCKaee. loc
by all druggists.
OCALA LODGE NO. 280, B. P. O. E.
Ocala I?e No. 28 Benevolent and
Protective" Order of Elks, meets sec
ond and- fourth Tuesday evenings in
each month, visiting brethren always
welcome. Howell M. Hampton, m. n.
Joseph Bell. Secretary.
Board of trade meets tonight.
Moose meet tomorrow evening.
R. A. M. meet Friday night.
School books at the Ocala News Co.
Phone 284 for quick prescription ser service.
vice. service. A pint bottle
can hold a peck of
Dr. A. L. Blalaek, aayatHaa, afire
pfcaae N. 132.
House had 75 arrivals
A new line of Congress cards. All
new designs, at the Court Pharmacy.
Cold cash always receives a
reception In a live town.
The Ocala News Company has school
books In stock.
An improved highway is the road to
health, wealth and happiness.
Phone 284 if you are in a hurry for
drugs and toilet articles.
The Star regrets to
severe illness of Mrs. A.
learn of the
Mr. M. R. Hunnicutt has a position
with Cam & Thomas.
Bathing caps, and they are beauties,
too, at the Court Pharmacy.
Mr. Charles Thomas has returned
from his visit to Clearwater.
Mrs. J. E. Chace came up from the
lake for a few hours today.
Miss Mary Connor left this morn morning
ing morning for a visit to friends in Tampa.
We have just received a supply of
tally cards, all new designs. The Court
Some women wonder why men pre prefer
fer prefer a club Initiation to home inatten inattention.
tion. inattention. Ex.
Look over the Court Pharmacy's
line of box stationery. The finest
paper that ever came to Ocala.
Mrs. Geo. F. Williams and daughter.
Arte, will leave tomorrow for a visit
to Mrs. Williams' mother in Tampa.
Apply to Mrs. J. W.
Fla., box 26.
Judge Bell Issued a marriage license
today for Mr. James L. Ross and Miss
Mattie Bell Pasteur.
FOR SALE One team or horses and
wagon. Apply to the Woodmar Sand
& Stone Company.
Mr. L J. KIrby of Summerfield, after
serving on the Fort Jury, left for home
For cantaloupe and watermelon land I
apply to the Alachua Realty Co.,
II. M. Andrews and M. A. Hatch of
Newberry were at the Ocala House
When trading with Waterman don't
forget to ask for coupon on the lady's!
$50 trunk. H. A. Waterman.
R- B. Morton and C. E. Metcalf of
Dunnellon were at the Ocala House
Alma Zada Face Powder Is the beat
we have to offer at 50c the box. The
Post Office Drug Stores.
Commercial failures like matrimon
ial failures are largely due to non-
Master Charles White left
morning for a visit to his aunt, Mrs
Messrs. R. E. Lansford and A
took the third degree in Tulula Lodge
last night, and are now full fledged
Mr. H. M. Hampton left on
Jim this morning for a
visit to Brooksville
What Are You Paying?
fi.ft, rminn. xwamm in tfLt.
Diamond C Hams per lb 17lic
i oii no v, viu iur m:
I n 1 i- rtMm nr
v,rw-rr "" per m
I Large Backet Cottolene $1.30 1
I Medium uucket cottolene ooc
Creamery Butter per lb
T ,h w tnh
3 Packages Jello and Ice Cream
t OWller .vOCiai me ircaia nouse last mgm.
i'acKages Llpton's Jelly laD-
MioDeam lornnaces szsc
3 Cans 5c. Gold Evaporated Milk 10c
at3 Packages Dutch Cleanser 25c
3 Cans an Camp's Hominy 25CI
1KU IKa r.miinUtMl Snoi 1 fUl
Moid rv.nnt.-v mn f run ih ktu
5 Gallons Oil 60c
Full Cream Cheese per lb 20c
Fresh Bulk Oatmeal per lb 5c
Heinz Vinegar per gallon,
Salt Bacon per lb 14csqultoes are the result.
ids noie Grain Wee for 91.00
ty riur .W
jo lb. c.cr iif.nrv riav Flnnp RHo
I af" W M
Wesson Cooking Oil,
Fine Irlsh Potatoes per peck... 35c
BOARD OF TRADE
The members of the board of trade
will meet to attend to very Important
business at the courthouse at 8 o'clock
this evening. Let every man be pres present
ent present and attend to his full duty.
CANDIDATES IN THE
AIR DOME CONTEST
Following is the standing of the
different candidates in the Air Dome's
New York trip contest. The number
of votes will be announced tomorrow
night. There are twenty-seven candi candidates,
dates, candidates, and they grade as follows:
1st. Mrs. C. C. Arms; 2nd. Harry Cole
and Dr. McClane; 3rd, Mrs. Minnie Bos Bos-tick;
tick; Bos-tick; 4th. A. J. Beck, Frederick Pex Pex-zeulo
zeulo Pex-zeulo and Charlie Thompson; 5th, Miss
Mattie Cowin. Mrs. A. J. Palmer, Mr.
Charles Peyser; Cth. Miss Erin Yonge;
7th. Miss Myrtle Whitfield. S. M.
Haughton. A. B. Bates. Miss Dorothy
Spencer. J. W. Lyles. Miss Helen Scott.
Miss Marguerite Porter. Miss Edna
Culverhouse. Mrs. Jim Johnson, Miss
Catherine Jackson. Mr. Tex Martin.
Mr. R. C. Muncaster; m 8th. Douglas
Smith and Frank Prose'lla.
Following will be the program at
the Air Dome this evening:
"Tricked Into Happiness." A Lubin
picture, full of good, clean fun.
"Smiling Bob." A fine western pic picture.
ture. picture. "A Slight Mistake." Featuring John
Bunny, the big fat roan of the Vita Vita-graph
graph Vita-graph Co.
The Hypnotist." Another roaring
comic by the Vitagraph Co.
. Dr. D. M. Smith left this morning
for a much needed vacation in the
mountains. The doctor's large prac practice
tice practice keeps him very busy when he is
at home, and his work and .the hot
weather has made him feel far from
well the last few weeks. His friends
will miss him. but hope his rest will
do him much good and enable him to
return refreshed and Invigorated. Dur During
ing During his absence his practice will be
looked after by hs partner. Dr. Watt,
who in the few months he has been
here has won much confidence and
Mrs. John Giddings and pretty little
daughter and Mrs. Lewis Pillans went
to Martel this morning for a brief
visit to relatives. Mrs. Giddings is
here from Kathleen, visiting her sis sisters,
ters, sisters, Mrs. J. C. Smith and Mrs. Pil Pillans.
lans. Pillans. Miss Lydia Owens of Tampa, who
has been the charming guest of Miss
Lucille Moore, returned home yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. The wife of Andrew Peoples, color colored,
ed, colored, died last night and will be buried
this afternoon. Mclver &
have charge of the arrangements
News has been received that Mrs
A. F. Dreka, now in Asheville. is ex
periencing a great improvement in
Mr .and Mrs. B. F. Snyder passed
thru town today on their way from
Eastlake to their new home in Den
ver. A number of their friends met
them at the train and visited with
them while It stopped.
Some people are so modest that they
are shocked at the naked truth.
Factories favor shipping facilities
boost the right of way proposition.
Miss Clara Moore left today for a
visit to friends at Green Cove Springs.
Mrs. J. A. Mellon will leave the first
of next week for an extended summer
trip. She will go first to Cleveland,
O.. to visit her mother. She will also
visit other points of Interest before
returning in the fall. Tampa Times.
Jos. W. Dodge desires a correction
made as to "special sales." There
have been nine and a half, of which
his company has advertised
Good reasons for It.
Sunnyjim Robinson and Henry Liv
ingston went to Orange Lake yester
day morning, and returned in the eve
ning, loaded with fish.
Mr. J. G. Spurlin was in town this
morning and reported Mrs. Spurlin im-
proving in health. Her life was de-
I spa i red of a few days ago,
Messrs. M. N. Gist,
C. A. Holloway, N. A. McCredie and
I M. G. Bateman of Mcintosh are in the
city, in attendance on the Baxley
mail im which itiey neic buiiiiuuii:u
.U1 V, I V. Y. . ,1 I
Hamp unamoers. as spiritual aaviser
of the boys at the fire station, has
prescribed for them a course in read
ing of Laura Jean Libby. He says
TM 1 T, I s.
uiamunu uitu anu vicn. warier are
getting on their nerves.
r . .. .
the vicinity of the Methodist church
I yesterday, and stretched one foot
across to a telephone wire. This com
I n)ptd the fir mi It anil in varal fra. I
nons less man a iraciion 01 a seeona
tha hlrri nrna aa -nofltlv and onmnlafs.
ly electrocuted as Rev. Clarence Rich
Mrs. Allen Gibson of "Grahamville
was at the Ocala House yesterday.
Are you interested In paper bag
ceoicingT ii so come 10 us ror your
supply of the bags. 25c the package.
Post Office Drug 8tore.
Mr. J. C. Marsh of Fort McCoy was
Keep a smile on your face during
I this wet weather by using Dike's
Ta.T-riT i c m rm at th Onu rt Phirm.
I Mr. J. B. Peek of Reddick was at the
J Ocala House yesterday.
When In Jacksonville- stop with Vrs
IV 1. VatAn.v a t ft. filrmTA Ha 11
I ww .
. East Duval street, jusi on Main, uesi
75c room In tha city.
C. E. Holtsclaw and 3. M. Roach of
Williston were at the Ocala House last
Do not- leave any standing water
out your yard, particularly rain wa
ter hundreds and tnousanas ox mo-
o. G. Stanbrough of Fort McCoy was
at the Ocala House last night
See the trunk in Waterman's win
1 aow. iie is giving mis irun
I - .
to the one noiaing me lucity numoer.
H. A. Waterman.
Dr. R. A. Willis of Greenwood
at the Ocala House last night.
Board and room for a limited num
ber, private family, excellent location
very reasonable Tate. Southwest cor
ner of East Broadway and Tuscawilla.
IX THE CIRCUIT COURT
Flfteea Years far Frt. Sasater Coaa Coaa-ty
ty Coaa-ty Caae Patpae4 tm Dee. 1C
At 10:30 this morning, the Jury In
the Fort case came Into court and re reported
ported reported that the members could not
Fort's attorneys asked the court If
it would accept a plea of guilty to the
charge of manslaughter, and on being
informed that it would, entered that
plea for their client. Whereupon the
judge sentenced Fort to fifteen years
in the penitentiary.
It is probable that if this sentence
is fully carried out, the ends of Justice
will be served, for .Fort is not a young
man and if he lives out the sentence
what there will be left of life for him
will be of little use.
It is understood that the Jury stood
eleven for a verdict of murder in the
second degree and one for acquittal.
It Is whispered that the one juror for
acquittal is a distant relative of
Fort's, in which case he can hardly be
blamed for trying to save his kins kinsman.
man. kinsman. The case against Fort for killing
Brooklen will hardly ever come to
trial, as it will not be called up until
he has served' the sentence for killing
his wife. It would be almost Impossi Impossible
ble Impossible to convict him under it. which
State Attorney Davis probably figured
on when he had the case for wife mur murder
der murder tried first.
The case against Willis Baxley of
Sumter county, for murder, was call called
ed called and continued until Dec. 16, and
there being no further business court
adjourned until the fall term.
VAUDEVILLE AT THE IDEAL
Mr. Green of the Ideal informs us
that he expects to have a good vaude vaudeville
ville vaudeville show for the last three evenings
of this week. The Ideal had a first first-rate
rate first-rate vaudeville entertainment a few
weeks ago, and its patrons hope this
will be as good or better.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Merchants' Cafe, A. C. L. depot cor
ner. Meals a la carte and lunches it
During my absence from the city,
my partner. Dr. H. F. Watt, will an
swer all calls. Residence phone 151.
Dr. D. M. Smith.
Captain Purvis left today for a busi
ness visit to Jacksonville.
Mrs. G. W. Cleveland returned Mon
day from Atlanta, recalled by the se severe
vere severe sickness of her husband. Mrs.
Plevoland and phtldrftti had nnH' loft
Qcala for their vacatlon a few days
before Mr. Cleveland was taken sick,
and there are dark hints that George
knocked himself out trying to eat his
own rooking. Mr. Cleveland is much
better today. Miss Stella Cleveland
remained in Atlanta for a few weeks'
visit with friends.
Mr. C. Y. Miller lgft this morning
for Black Point, near Crystal River,
where his family and that of Mr. New-
bern of Leroy are enjoying the bath bathing
ing bathing and fishing.
Paul Johnson, a colored pauper,
aged 90 years, died at the poorhouse
It's not so
Its a good
A. L Mitchell cf Rockwell
the Ocala House last night.
Mrs. L E. Snow of Wildwood
at the Ocala House yesterday.
Judge F. J Titcomb of Dunnellon
was at the Ocala House yesterday.
The Ladies' Home and Foreign Mis-
glnnarv Snpletv nf tho Prpshvtprlfln
I cnurcn wjn meet tomorrow afternoon
at 4 o'clock with Mrs. Dodge. This is
the last meeting for the summer and
all members are urged to be present.
Deputy Sheriff Brlgance went out to
Cranford's mill this morning to sum
mon witnesses in the case of Bob
Holmes, charged with murder. Holmes
win nave nis preliminary nearing oe-
am t I
fore Judge Bell irr.aay morning,
"Vf i-o 'P" A T?t.ii" an1 Han phlr. 'Mr
J. W. Stephens.!. n v.t :
A, Hi. uuiiicii, ten una muiiiiug lkj i
Springfield. Mass.. where they will
spend the remainder of the summer.
Mr. Burnett hopes to join them in a
Mr of T?ustlt. who has been
.IsUIn& her daughtert Mrs. B. Sey-
nrujur. left yesterday for Jacksonville
to visit another daughter. Mrs. Wiley.
L,. waa a,nnmnan,p, hv Mrs S4vmour
and her daughter. Miss Louise Booe,
who after a week's visit in Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville nrlll crn rtrt tn CI.) inoavllla find
"I other points in North Georgia to
spend the remainder of the summer.
Mrs. Fullwood and Miss Ervin of
l I'ltrQ n'cr
in town yesterday, shop
Rexall Cold Tablets do the work.
Can give you the formula if you like.
25c the package at the Post Offloe
VT.R RPA'T 131 South Watula
. sf(irv. ,,Ven room, laree lot.
$15. II. C. Packham.
A new supply of hair brushes Just In
at the Court Pharmacy. e Invite
OUP insDectlon before you buy.
SPECII AH ?
1-lb. cans of extra
fine quality perfum perfumed
ed perfumed Talcum Powder,
regularly sold at 25
cents, sale price 13c.
Toilet Soaps and
Toilet Waters andbrr
other Toilet Neces
sities are greatly re
duced in price.
A BOLLAR SAVED
is equal to two dollars earced. Ever E!!t licl it is Jzsl
as easy to save a dollar as to speed it needlessly?
Try it and see
THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK
is the place to start and to cczltece savterj. Start ca ct ct-coost
coost ct-coost aad get into tbe babit of adding to it every day.
Yon know it's the right thing to do. so why net do it?
CAPITAL' FULLY PAID 1ST fTMM
H, D. 8TOKEI. Cashier.
JNO. L EDWARDS. Pre. CLARENCE CAMP. Vice. Praa.
AX ALL-FKATIIIE SHOW TOMGHT
"The Cattle King's Daughter." a
great western picture, featuring "Big
Bill" Anderson the "king" of moving
"The Way of a Man With a Maid."
A fine Vitagraph featuring Maurice
"A Tenacious Solicitor." A great
comedy full of laughs.
Double votes and a 12.50 gold piece
SEABOARD EXCURSION TO
JACKSONVILLE AUGUST 3TII
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.
Mr. F. M. Harp of Eureka was at the
Ocala House last night.
J. L Ross of Williston and E. R.
Ross of Hernando were at the Ocala
TO THE PUBLIC
I ran a large advertisement in yes
terday's paper offering $100 reward if
any one couii pr0ve that
chant in Ocala could buy
I wholesale at a lower Drice than I was
sellin gthem to you for.
Since no one has appl.ed for this re
ward, which really proves that I
what I advertise, I hereby call same
off as I do not want frame-up between
a wholesale firm and a local dealer:
Yours for values.
. MARCUS FRANK.
LOYAL OHDER OT MOOSE
Oral o-- vv C99. Meets each
Thursday night in hall In Gary block.
O. F. Mershon. Dictator.
X. L. 'tapp. Secretary.
RATS AND MICE
All citizens who are interested are
hereby asked to take a hand In the
rats and mice, since
pests are Known 10 De me prin
cipal 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 utilis
ed by offering him a bounty per capita
on the rat. Ocala Board of Health.
CONXORDiA LODGE F. V. OF A.
Con cord ia Lodse. Fraternal Union of
-Vmerica, meets in Tonga's Hall on the
?St ThUrSGero. LTTay!or.F.
Chas. K. sage. Secretary.
Following are the meteorological
conditions that prevailed during the
twenty-four hours up to sunset yester yesterday:
day: yesterday: Southwest wind; clear.
Minimum temperature. C9 degrees.
Maximum temperature. 9 degree.
Average, 81 degrees.
Generally fair tonight and Thursday.
GOOD KENDRICK FARM FOR SALE
A first class farm, two miles south southwest
west southwest 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 separate
arate separate if desired. 60 acres under fence,
30 acres of which has grown up In
bushes and small pine saplings. First
class pine, oak and hckory land. Fine
well of never failing water. Fairly
good dwelling house, two barns, etc. etc.-Lot
Lot etc.-Lot of peach, some figs and young or orange
ange orange trees. Titles perfect and place is
clear of debt. A bargain at $2500. If
Interested, inquire at the Star office.
HANDLING SCHOOL BOOKS
The board of public Instruction of
Marlon 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.
For every purpose or a flesh healing
liniment for man or beast there Is no -remedy
more powerful than DARBY'S
PROPHYLACTIC FLUID. It Is an ad
dition to Its effectiveness on the flesh a
wonderful Internal remedy. It relieves
cramps, colic, dysentery, sore throat.
swollen tonsils and sick stomach. As
a disinfectant for the sick room It Is
of extraordinary value. It destroys
germs and purifies the air. Added to
the water for bathing the face of a
fever patient It Is not only refreshing.
but It tends to allay the fever. Price
50c ber bottle. Sold by all druggists.
AUTO FOR SALE CHEAP
For sale cheap, a 4-passenger, 1911
Flanders auto. In good running order.
Apply to J. G. Spurlln, Lake Weir, Fla.
OPEN DAT AND NIGHT
Merchants' Cafe, A. C L. depot cor
ner. Meals a la carte and lunches at
COTTAGES FOR RENT
Two five room cottages for rent;
new and well located. Apply to F. W.
ROOT AND HERB TEA
The Great Blood Parlfler mmA Nerve
Toale, for RheamatUaa. Kldaey
Bladder TroableaPrleo So.
atlDr Uriagstoa'a Dlaape-lac Powdera,
for ladlereetloa Stoaaaea, Troa-
aleo Price GO Ceata
Dr. LIvlaa-atoa'a Goldea Catarrh Bala,
for Catarrh of the Head, nay
Fever of Catarrhal Natare.
Prieo CO Ceata
GUARANTEED TO CURE OR NO PAY
Throe Reaiedlea Caa Alwara he Foaad
at the Coart Pharaaaey. Oeala. Fla.
SAWMILL AND TIMBER FOR SALE
One small 10M capacity, portable
sawmill complete and timber for sale.
Apply or write Nathan Mayo, Summer-
V. G. BLANCIIARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
I. O. BOX 40
M'lVER & MAG KAY
Undertakers acd Ecbdcew
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
D. E. STIVER AXD C. V. ROBERTS,
A. II Work Done by License! Em
balmers and Fnllx Guaranteed.
Phones: D. E. Mclver. 104; C V. Rob
erts. 30S; Undertaking Office. 47.
We can supply you with pur lea ror
all purposes, whether your req u Ire-
r for oma use or for a ear-
load. Placa your orders With. us.
OCAIICE AND PACKING CO.
OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, JXXY 24, 1912,
Brewery Bottled Only
You know the sparkling and delicious
excellence of Moerlein's Beer, don't you?
Many careful people never order beer except by
tke name, Moerlein's."
(Brewery Bottled Only)
This ha long been a particular favorite for home ue.
known to be so pure, wholesome and delicious.
Phone or postal calls a case to you.
On Sale at Moat Bara and Cafes
STRi:S & COM PAX It'
2.1 South Magnolia St
I'kon 293. Ocala, Florida
I aCg35WUU'XW J u J
A GREAT HOUSE FURNISHING
Following are fast a Few of the Thousands of
Articles Carried In our Great Furniture, Hardware,
House Furnishing and General Supply Store. Come
in and look the stock over, you will find many
things you want.
For the Office
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,
lings, Sideboards and Chiffoniers, Bonffets, China Closets, China
Dinner Sets, Lamps, Fine Table Linen, Etc.
Handsome Mahogany, Oak, Willow or Mission Ofiairs, Straight
Backed or Rockers, Tables, Sofas, Lamps, Hugs and Carpets, Pic Pictures.
tures. Pictures. Bedroom Furniture
Beautiful Dressers and Wash Stands in Golden Oak, Birdseye
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She stopped. He had begun to frown
and then shut his eyes with an expres expression
sion expression of weariness.
"That doesn't matter," he said.
"Don't bother about It. Let her alone."
Again there was one of those pauses
which seemed to him so long. He gave
a sigh and moved restlessly, and she
"Are your feet very painful ?"
"Yes, pretty bad." he answered.
"What's the matter with themT"
"They were frost-bitten, one partly
"Oh he did not seem profoundly
Interested. It was as if they were
some one else's feet, only they hurt
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Copyrlfbt UUti by thm BobM-MerrlU U U-CHAPTER
CHAPTER U-CHAPTER V.
Nurse and Patient.
When Domlnick returned to con con-fclousne8s
fclousne8s con-fclousne8s he lay for a space looking
directly In front of him, then moved
his head and let his eyes sweep the
walls. They were alien walls of white
plaster, naked of all adornment. The
light from a shaded lamp lay across
one of them In a soft yt clear wash
of yellow, so clear that he could sea
that the plaster was coarse.
There were few pieces of furniture
in the room, and all new to him. A
bureau of the old-fashioned marble marble-topped
topped marble-topped kind Btood against the wall op opposite.
posite. opposite. The lamp that cast the yellow
light was on this bureau; its globe,
a translucent gold reflection revealed
in liquid clearness in the mirror Just
behind. It was not his own room nor
Berny's. He turned his head farther
on the pillow very slowly, for he
seemed sunk in an abyss of suffering
and feebleness. On the table by the
bed's head was another lamp, a fold folded
ed folded newspaper shutting Its light from
bis face, and here his eyes stopped.
A woman was sitting by the foot of
the bed, liter head bent as If reading.
He stared at her with even more in in-tentness
tentness in-tentness than he had at the room.
The glow of the lamp on the bureau
was behind her he saw her against
it without color or detail, like a shad shadow
ow shadow thrown on a sheet. Her outlines
were sharply defined against the illu illumined
mined illumined stretch of plaster the arch of
her head, which was broken by the
colls of hair on top, her rather short
neck, with some sort of collar binding
it, the curve of her shoulders, round rounded
ed rounded and broad, not the shoulders of a
thin woman. He did not think she
was his wife, but she might be, and
he moved and said suddenly in a
"What time is it?"
The woman started, laid her book
down, and rose. She came forward
and stood beside him, looking down,
the filaments of hair round her head
blurring the sharpness of its outline.
le stared up at her, haggard and in
tent, and saw it was not his wife. It
was a strange woman with a pleasant.
smiling face. He felt Immensely re
lated and said with a hoarse careful
ness of utterance:
"What time did you say it is?"
"A few minutes past five," she an
swered, "you've been asleep."
"Have I?" he said, gazing immov
ably at her. "What day is it?"
Thursday," she replied. "You came
here last night from Rocky Bar. Ter Ter-haps
haps Ter-haps you don't remember."
"Rocky Bar!" he repeated vaguely,
groping through a haze of memory.
"Was it only yesterday? Was it only
yesterday I left San Francisco?"
'I don't know when you left San
Francisco the newspaper cracked
and bent a little, letting a band of
light fall across the pillow. She leaned
down, arranging it with careful hands,
looking from the light to him to see
if it were correctly adjusted.
"Whenever you left San Francisco,"
she said, "you got here last night.
They broaght you here, Perley and
some other men in the sleigh. They
found you in the road. You were half half-frozen."
frozen." half-frozen." "What is this place 7"
"Antelope," said the woman. "Per "Perley's
ley's "Perley's Hotel at Antelope."
"Oh, yes," he answered with an air
of weary recollection, "I was going
to "walk there from Rocky Bar, but
the snow came down too hard, and the
wind you could hardly stand against
it! It was a terrible pull. Perley's
Hotel at Antelope. Of course, I know
all about it. I was here last summer
for two weeks fishing."
She stretched out her hand for a
glass, across the top of which a book
rested. He followed the movement
with a mute fixity.
"This is your medicine," she said.
taking the book off the glass. "You
were to take it at five but I didn't like
to wake you."
She dipped a spoon Into the glass
and held it out to him. But the young
man felt too ill to bother with medi medicine
cine medicine and, as the spoon touched his
lips, he gave his head a slight Jerk
and the liquid was spilt on the coun counterpane.
terpane. counterpane. She looked at it for a rueful
moment, then said, as if with gather gathering
ing gathering determination.
"But you must take it. I think per perhaps
haps perhaps I gave it wrong. I ought to have
lifted you up. It's easier that way,"
and before he could answer she
slipped her arm under his head and
raised it, with the other hand setting
the rim of the glass against his lips.
He swallowed a mouthful and felt her
arm sliding from behind his head. He
had a hazy consciousness that a per perfume
fume perfume came from her dress, and for
the first time he wondered who she
was. Wondering thus, his eyes again
followed her hand putting back the!
glass, and watched it, white in the
gush of lamplight, carefully replacing
the book. Then she turned toward
him with the same slight, soft smile.
"Who are you?" he said, keeping
his hollowed eyes hard on her.
"I'm Rose Cannon," she answered.
"Rose Cannon from San Francisco."
"Oh, yes," with a movement of com comprehension,
prehension, comprehension, the name striking a chord
of memory. "Rose Cannon from San
Francisco, daughter of Bill Cannon.
Of course I know."
He turned his head away from her
and said dryly and without Interest:
"I thought it was 6ome one else."
She bent down and said, speaking
slowly and clearly as though to a
"The storm has broken the wires,
but as soon as they are up, papa will
snd your mother word, so you needn't
worry about that. But we don't eith"'
painted pane on a world all sweeping
lines and skarrylng eddies of white.
The drifts curled crisp edges over the
angles of roofs, like the lips of break
ing waves. The glimpse of the little
town that the window afforded showed
it cowering under a snow blanket.
almost lost to sight in its folds.
"Even If your feet were all right.
you're tied here for two weeks any
way," said the doctor, dropping the
curtain. "It's the biggest storm I
ever saw, and there's an old timer
that hangs round the bar who says
it's as bad as the one that caught the
Donner party in forty-six."
The next flay it stopped and the
world lay gleaming and still tinder a
That afternoon Domlnick, clothed
in an old bath-robe of the doctor's,
his swathed feet hidden under a red
rug drawn from Mrs. Perley's stores,
was promoted to an easy chair by the
window. The doctor, who had helped
him dress, having disposed the rug
over his knees and tucked a pillow
behind his back, stood iff and looked
critically at the effect.
WHAT MAKES A WO MAX?
He Looked Like a Dead Man.
violently enough to obtrude them themselves
selves themselves upon his attention. "Thank
you very much," he added. "IH be
all right to-morrow."
He felt very tired and heard, as
in a dream, the rustle of her dress as
she moved again. She said something
about "supper" and "Mrs. Perley com coming,"
ing," coming," and the dark, enveloping sense
of stupor from which he had come
to life closed on him again.
Some time later on he emerged
from it and saw another woman, stout
and matronly, with sleekly parted hair,
and an apron girt about her. He
asked her, too, who she was, for the
fear that he might wake and find his
wife by his bedside mingled with the
pain of his feet, to torment him and
break the vast, dead restfulness of the
torpor in which he lay.
It broke into gleams of Interest and
returning consciousness during the
next two days. He experienced an
acuter sense of Illness and pain, the
burning anguish of his feet and fe fevered
vered fevered misery of his body, bitten
through with cold, brought him back
to a realization of his own Identity.
He heard the doctor murmuring in the
corner of "threatened pneumonia" and
understood that he was the object
threatened. He began to know and
separate the strange faces that seemed
continually to be bending over him,
asking him how he felt. There was
the doctor, Perley, Bill Cannon, and
the old Judge and three different wom women,
en, women, whom he had some difficulty in
keeping from merging into one com composite
posite composite being who was sometimes "Miss
Cannon," and sometimes "Mrs. Per
ley," and then again "Cora."
When on the fourth day the doctor
told him that he thought he would
"pull through" with no worse ailment
than a frozen foot, he had regained
enough of his original vigor and im
patience under restraint to express a
determination to rise and "go on." He
was in pain, mental and physical, and
the ministrations and attentions of
the satellites that so persistently re
volved round his bed rasped him Into
The doctor laughed at his desire to
"move on." The storm was still rag
ing and Antelope was as completely
cut off from the rest of the world as
if it were an uncharted island in the
unknown reaches of the Pacific.
Propping the invalid up among his pil
lows, he drew back the curtain and
let him look out through a frost
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Candler, July 23. Miss Eunice
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Blanche Hall were in the county seat
Wednesday. Mrs. Eelliott and Miss
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and Miss Hall was consulting the eye
Friday, Mrs. Ed DeLong visited
Ocala for the purpose of having her
Misses Daisy and Violet Albertson
visited relatives at Weirsdale the first
f the week.
Miss Annie May W illiams is con
Mr. and Mrs. Mann Priggs of Oxford
pent Friday of last week in town, the
guests of their nephews, the Messrs.
Mr. P. H. Nugent spent the week end
among Candler friends.
Mrs. John Mathews returned Satur
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visiting her sister, Mrs. Lottie Allen,
for nearly two weeks. Mrs. Allen who
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Mr. Mattison of New York state who
has been a Candlerlte for the past sev
eral months, left Sunday morning for
his former home and interests to re re-turn
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O'Dell returned to their home at Jack
Misses Ella and Leila Luter of Wild
wood are visiting with their many
friends here this week.
Mrs. Fannie Woles and children of
Clearwater arrived last Wednesday
and are the guests of her relatives.
J. C. Hall and family.
O. O. Owens and family motored up
from Coleman Sunday and were shak
ing hands with old friends and home
Miss Mitchell of Bushnell, one of Ox
ford's teachers for this term of school.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Groff and family
visited relatives at Dallas Sunday.
Mr. J. C. Brown visited his family
over at Lake Weir Sunday.
Mr. John Everies of Georgia visited
his father, H. J. Everies this past
Mr. and Mrs. Preston Caruthers, Jr..
and Miss Mabel Caruthers all went
down to Bushnell Friday afternoon to
attend the barbecue Saturday.
Services were held at the Christian
church Sunday by Rev. D. A. Martin,.
A large number attended and the ser
vices were enjoyed by all. Bro. Mar Martin's
tin's Martin's talks are always good and in intensely
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Mrs. Mattle Parham and three child children
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Mr. E. C. Rowell .went down to the
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There will be a ba.ket picnic
Center Hill Thursday. July 25th.
Mr?. M. E. Fails of Ocala came last
Sunday for an extended stay with
relatives and friends here.
The prospect for a good ?chool year
are very bright for Center Hill, our
board of trustees having selected a
corps of teachers of excellent prom
The board of education has elected
as principal. Prof. J. S. Kirton of Guy-
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recommended as an educator with
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