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THE FURNITURE XXE2T
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II III! Hi I I
Same lethodM Can he lel to Iletroy
the Caterpillar that Threaten
rtif a fen- cp
At the "lirection of
I am herewith enclos encloses
es encloses of circular No. 40.
issued by the department of agricul agriculture,
ture, agriculture, dealing with methods for the de
struction of the army worm. It seems
to me that the same methods could he
used to advantage for the destruction
of the caterpillar, which usually visits
the cotton field of Florida In the late
I have only a limited numher of
these circulars for distribution, and
therefore cannot reach the majority of
farmers direct. I am sure it will
make interesting read in '-f for the
farmers of your community.
J. I Kelly, Secretary.
I". S. Senate. Washington. Au. 6.
Preent Outbreak of the Fnll rniy
Worm anil lteeommenlntiiiM for
The department of agriculture is us us-ins
ins us-ins all the means at its disposal to
meet the emergency caused by the
very ureat destruction of crops in the
South by the fall army worm. This
insect is present in unprecedented
numbers from Louisiana and Arkansas
eastward to the Atlantic ocean, and is
destroying corn, cotton, suuar cane,
rice and other crops to such an extent
as to cause sreat anxiety on the part
of planters and others. l!y means of
an emergency appropriation by Con Congress
gress Congress it is possible for the department
to render quick assistance.
Plans for tins work, in cooperation
with the states concerned, are bein
rapidly perfected. The insect will un undoubtedly
doubtedly undoubtedly continue its ravages for
some time unless checked. In all prob probability
ability probability another brood will appear after
the present one transforms in the
ground. For these reasons immediate
action toward destroying the worms is
The department recommends the use
of arsenicals. Among these are arse arsenate
nate arsenate of lead. Paris green, and London
purple. In most cases it will be best
to apply these poisons in dry forms in instead
stead instead of with water. Dry applications
can be made by sifting the poisons
upon the plants through light cloth
sacks or by means of blowers or dust dusting
ing dusting machines. Liquid applications
must be made with spraying apparatus
to hm effective. For this reason the
dry applications meet the present
emergency better than liquid ones.
Arsenate of lead in powdered form
Is recommended above all other ar arsenicals
senicals arsenicals because it will not injure the
foliage of any of the field crops grown
in the South. It may be applied with without
out without the addition of any carriers. Paris
green is next in effectiveness, but
should be mixed with its weight of
air-slacked lime or flour to prevent
burning of the foliage, which is likely
to occur If it is applied undiluted. Lon London
don London purple may be used, but should be
applied with air-slaked lime or (lour,
as recommended .n the case of Paris
green. Wherever it is feasible to Use
liquid sprays, arsenate of lead in pow powdered
dered powdered form should be used at the rate
of pounds per barrel of water. Paris
green should be used at the rate of
about 0 ounces per barrel. It is best
in case Paris green is used in this way
to add 2 pounds of freshly slaked lime
to prevent burning.
Whether dry or liquid preparations
are used it is extremely important
that the applications be made with
thoroughness. In the case of corn,
some of the poison should be placed
in the heart of the plant, where the
greatest damage is done. A small
amount is all that is required to kill
insects. In the case of cotton, powder powdered
ed powdered arsenate of lead should be applied
at the rate of about ." pounds per acre.
The usual method of utilizing cloth
sacks carrie d through the field on
horseback Is perfectly adapted to this
On forage crops, and others in the
case of which unfortunate results
might follow the use of arsenicals,
other expedinets must be adopted. In
pastures and in some instances on al alfalfa
falfa alfalfa many of the worms can be de destroyed
stroyed destroyed by the use of rollers or drags.
In alfalfa that would be. injured by
rolling or dragging, the plants should
be cut for hay. When the worms are
forced from the fields by this means,
many can be killed by means of drags
or by plowing them under when they
make their way to other fields. Im Immediately
mediately Immediately after cutting, alfalfa fields
should be thoroughly disked. This
will kill many of the worms before
they can leave and will break up and
destroy the cells of those that have
gone Into the ground for pupation.
The method of destroying the insects
when they are in the quiet stage in
the ground, to which reference has
just been made, is of importance next
to the use of arsenicals in checking
the pests. In fact. In many cases it
Is by far the most effective means that
can be followed.
For fields threaterted with invasion
but not actually attacked, a deep fur furrow
row furrow should be plowed out around the
entire circumference of the field; into
this the caterpillars will fall, when
they may be crushed by dragging a
heavy log through the furrow. If the
soil is such as to be somewhat imper impervious
vious impervious to water, this furrow may be
kept partly filled with water, on the
surface of which a small quantity of
kerosene may be poured, which will
kill the worms almost immediately
when they come into contact with It.
Since the worms seem invariably to
consume the grass and other vegeta vegetation
tion vegetation growing in fields before attacking
either corn or cotton, it should prove
an important method of protection to
spray or dust grass and weeds in corn cornfields
fields cornfields thratened with attack with arse arsenate
nate arsenate of lead according to the method
Throughout the greater part of the
South there is likely to be another de destructive
structive destructive brood of the army worm
which will come from the transforma transformation
tion transformation of the present generation in the
soil. Theerfore every effort should !.,
made to break up the pupal cells
mat ine next oroo.l will not
This can be accomplished by
of plows, cultivators, and
Wherever any crop which can be tille.j
has been injured by the fall army
worm it is advised that further injury
be prevented by the use of cultivators
and harrows. Much good can al-o be
accomplished by plowing fields or
portions of fields where all of the eropjium
has been destroyed. The treatment oflW. O lvrkin.
bare places about cultivated fields in
thi way will be of assistance.
To summarize the situation, the de department
partment department recommends the speedy ap application
plication application of arsenical poisons and the
working of the ground wherever prac practicable,
ticable, practicable, in order to prevent further
Warning Great care should be tak taken
en taken that cattle and other stock are kept
from pasturing in the fields where the
grass or oth?r crops have ben poison poison-el
el poison-el with arsenicals; also, that poisoned
plants are not fed to stock.
Secretary of Agriculture.
Washington, July 2:, 1M2.
PHI SIGMA COLLEGE
1012 Orala, Florida lfll.1
The year will be divide into three
sessions of four months each. Fall
.-es-jion opens Sept. 2nd and closes,
Iec. 2oth. Spring session opens Jan.
5th and closes April 2'. Summer ses ses-s'on
s'on ses-s'on In the mountains of northeast
Georgia, from May 3th to Aug. 22.
Transportation will be secured for
the pupils at easy rates in private
coach from the most accommodating
railroad system that will carry us
forth and back. This accords with our
frst plan of our Georgia-Florida col college.
lege. college. The daily session in Florida is
four to five hours; in Georgia during
tummer, from two to three hours.
Our classes will be graded strictly
from this on. And under our explan explanatory
atory explanatory system bright students will
make a grade every four months. We
have added to our faculty an elegant
gentleman, a famous teacher and dis disciplinarian,
ciplinarian, disciplinarian, Mr. II. K. Mood, from the
College of South Carolina. He is rec recommended
ommended recommended by leading men of his state
as an educator of great ability and
success. We do not beg for pupils, but
v e affirm that no man or woman with
c right children will ever regret plac placing
ing placing them with us.
Address for rates, terms, etc., Geo.
I". Looney, 02 Fort King avenue, Ocala,
ItOIIKHT S. flit AGG
Our entire community was shocked
jand saddened when the grim reaper
visited our midst and cut down in the
bloom and pride of his early man manhood
hood manhood Ilobert S. lira gg. only son of Mr.
and Mrs. Henry P.ragg. of this place.
He had been terribly injured while
repairing some damaged part of the
shingle mill of the Ilentz Lumber Co.,
in which he was employed. The ex extent
tent extent of his injuries was not generally
known and every one entertained a
hope that he might recover but after
i two days of intense suffering and
untold anny his spirit winged its
flight across the great divide. He bore
his sufferings with the characteristic
cheerfulness and fortitude that mark marked
ed marked his walk in life, livery service that
human hands could perform was glad gladly
ly gladly rendered and many pleadings were
sent up to the throne of ;od that he
might be spared to his loved ones, but
He in His all wise power saw other otherwise
wise otherwise and took him to His home in
He was born in I'onovan. (la.. Sept.
IS, 188!". and was married in Adrien,
Ga.. Nov. PJ, P'7. to Miss Dollie
Kicks, who died the followng year
after which he came to Florida and re resided
sided resided here at Fort McCoy. He was
again married January 2:1, 1310, to
Miss Lois Maud McJuaig, daughter of
Mr. Henry McQtiaig. He leaves a de devoted
voted devoted wife and baby, both, parents and
a sister, Mrs. C. G. Smith and other
relatives, beside a host of friends to
mourn his death.
To the grief-stricken family the en entire
tire entire community extends sincere sym sympathy.
pathy. sympathy. His remains were laid t-o rest in the
cemetery here .it 10 u'clock Tuesday
morning, where a large crowd as assembled
sembled assembled to witness the last sad rites.
The funeral services were conducted
by He v. Anderson.
We greatly miss him from among
us and there is a vacancy that time
may conceal but never fill.
For thy last rest this wreath of song
Not -worthy of thy art;
Thy life was brave but Death is ever
To still the bra v. st heart.
F.vcn with thy feet upon the heights
That loom into the realms of fame.
Folding thy form forever in the gloom
The undreamed of shadow came.
Hills of ambition were there to climb.
Hills with rare fruitage rife.
Put fny heart faltered for the only
It faltered in this life.
The future beckoned, all was bright to
P.ut. lo! the gloom descends
And now what art thou save a mem memory.
ory. memory. P.lest of they weeping friends.
The peace of t.Jod be with thee, then
From this relinquished sod
Take on thy lips the last kiss of a
Sealing them pure to God.
Fort Mi Coy, July 2S.
AS EVER AT WAR
There are two things everlastingly
at war, joy and piles. Put P.ucklen's
Arnica Salve will banish pile- in any
form. It soon subdues the itching, ir irritation,
ritation, irritation, inflammation or swelling. It
gives comfort, invites joy. Greatest
healer of burns, boils, ulcers, cuts
i bruises, eczema, scalds, p;mples. sKin
eruptions. Only 25 cents at Tydings
A III DOME IIENEFITS
On Wednesday evening. Aug. 7. the
entertainment at the Air Dome will
be for the 'aenefit of the Civic League.
The Air Dome will give a benefit every
Wednesday night this summer
half of some good cause.
Steppir.g on a rusty nail has been
the cause of many cases of lockjaw.
The nail was r.ot so much the fault as
neglect of the wound. If such wounds
were cleansed and P. A LIZARD'S LI NT-
appear. J MKNT applied there would be no lo.-k-the
use I jaw. as the antiseptic properties of
harrow-:. the liniment would counteract the
wound would heal
c. "0c and ?1 per bot-
STRAYED Or stolen, from by stable
at Val.-i. one cream colored mare, med-
size. Suitable reward for finder.
Prealtlent of Mearagoa Had to Call on
Vnele Sam'a Sea Soldien for
Washington. Aug. 7 American blue bluejackets
jackets bluejackets and marines were landed in
Nicaragua Saturday night for protec protection
tion protection of United States citizens and their
property. The expedition, part of the
force of the gunboat Annapolis, under
Lieut. James A. Campbell. Jr.. was
landed at Corinto and transported by
rail to Managua, the capital, arriving
there early Sunday morning. Lawless Lawlessness
ness Lawlessness and threatened anarchy disap disappeared
peared disappeared with the arrival of the blue bluejackets.
jackets. bluejackets. American forces were landed only
after President Diaz had confessed
the inability of his government to pro protect
tect protect the American-owned line from
Lorinto to Managua and the steamers
on I.ake Managua. Some of the latter
had been seized by the revolutionists
under Gen. Mena. deposed minister of
Minister of War Weitzel demanded
of Mena the return of vessels his men
had taken and used as warships in the
attack of Managua.
The American minister reported that
foreigners concur wth resident Am Americans
ericans Americans in Managua that this action
upon the part of the American naval
commander w3s the only move which
could have prevented complete anarchy
and the spread of disorder throughout
Central America. ;
flOO REWARD, flOO
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there Is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure in all its stages, and
that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is
the only positive cure now. known to
the medical fraternity. Catarrh being
a constitutional disease, requires a
constitutional treatment. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is taken internally, act acting
ing acting directly upon the blood and mu mucous
cous mucous surfaces of the system, thereby
destroying the foundation of the di disease,
sease, disease, and giving the patient strength
by building up the constitution and as assisting
sisting assisting nature in doing its work. The
proprietors have so much faith in its
curative powers that they offer one
hundred dollars for any case that it
fails to cure. Send for list of testi testimonials.
monials. testimonials. Address F. J. Cheney & Co.,
Toledo, O. Sold by druggists, TT.c. Take
Hall's Family Pills for const ipation.
OPEX DAY AND NIGHT
-Mercnants' care. A. c Jaepot cor corner.
ner. corner. Meals a la carte andlune2J" t
U II ,7
Till: TKXAS WONDER
cures kidney, bladder and rheumatic
troubles. $1 bottle seldom fails to give
quick and permanent relief. Write for
local testimonials. Dr. E. W. Hall. 2026
Olive street. St. Louis. Mo. Sold by all
RURAL CARRIER EXAMINATION
Mr. P.. F. rJorden, local secretary of
the civil service board for this sec section,
tion, section, advertises an examination to be
held in Ocala August lOth.'ln the post post-office
office post-office building, for a rural carrier for
Durbank. 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
P.()1M OF TIIADK
The Hoard of Trade will hold a
meeting tomorrow evening. August
7th. at its -ew quarters in the
southeast wing of the Ocala House.
There is much important business to
be attended to, and all members should
FLYING MEN FALL
victims to stomach, liver and kidney
troubles just like other people, with
like results in loss of appetite, back backache,
ache, backache, nervousness, headache, and tired,
listless, run-down feeling. Put there
I is no need to feel like that as T. D.
Peebles. Henry, Tenn., proved. "Six
bottles of Electric Pitters," he writes,
"did more to give me new strength
and good appetite than all other stom stomach
ach stomach remedies I used." So they help
everybody. Its follow to suffer when
this great remedy will help you from
the first dose. Try it. Only 50 cents
at Tydings fc Co.
FURNISHED ROOMS WANTED
Wanted, two large or three ordinary
sized rooms, furnished for housekeep housekeeping,
ing, housekeeping, close to square; young couple and
baby. Apply at Star office.
FOR SALE CHEAP
A well improved farm of twenty
rcres. southeast of Summerfield. Good
house! barn and granary, good chicken
houses and runs; two horses and
wagon and harness. Will sell stock
separately or with farm. O. H. P.aum.
Summerfield. Fla. P. O. Box ?.
IJIG LOAD OF WOOD
The biggest load of wood in the city
for $1. delivered to your house. Phone
22.".. Ocala Lumber & Supply Company.
Bites of poisonous insects that cause
the flesh to swell up must be treated
with a healing antiseptic that will
counteract the poison and heal the
wound. BALLARD'S SNOW LINI LINIMENT
MENT LINIMENT answers every requirement in
such cases. Price 25c. 50c and II per
I bottle. Sold by all druggists.
fipon for engagement November 1st.
Practical farmer: understand growing
all farm and truck crop, stock rais raising
ing raising and handling in all its branches.
Improving and building up worn-out
lands a specialty. A .1 dress Box 287.
An imported lot of Japanese Tea Cups.
On sale during the next ten days for
$1.15 per set at the Ocala News Co.
M B All
A NEW SHIPMENT OF
SEE US FIRST IF YOU
HELVENSTON & PASTEUR
should be not only
elegant but everlasting. Good looking silver silverware
ware silverware in your home leaven 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.
Ao Eo BIUMET
They are the kind that don't leak. Guaranteed abylutely water waterproof
proof waterproof and will not crack or stick. We will cheerfully xTfund purchase
money or give a new coat for any coat not up to this guarantee. W
have a nice assortmenrof both riding and walking: coats, fresh stock
and at moderate prices. We are headquarters for storm aprons, cur curtains,
tains, curtains, canopies and buggy tops. There is no reason why you should not
protect yourself against the wet weather and prevent sickness and
M'lVER & MAG KAY
Undertakers aod Embalmers
Fine Caskets and Buna! Robes
D. I-!. M'lVF.U AND C. V. ItORKItTS
ill Work l:f UcjrwI Pm-
balmers and Fullr fiaaraiitcW!.
Phones: I. E. Mclver. 101; C. V. Rob Roberts,
erts, Roberts, 303; Undertaking Office. 47.
Florida AmIIo Sales Co.
North ol Government Building
Accurate liulldlng; Flans. Blue Prlntf
and Specifications made. Lands Bor
re y fed and Platted. Close Estimates
Bade on Erection of Buildings of any
aharacter by contract or on commit commit-Ion
Ion commit-Ion basis. riie or consult me at
Xorthweat Craer Or la Hnm tYIeek
OCiLA - FLORIDA
You will find this shop a sure place
for quick and expert repair work. We
always have an emergency repair car
ready for use and It Is at your service
whenever you need It. aMny times
autos can be repaired right on the
spot and sent on their way without
coming here at alL Autos for hire,
any. hour of the day or night.
OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 7.
OCALA EVENING .STAR
Rittinger & Carroll Proprietors.
It. IS. Carroll, lluslness Manager.
J. II. lienjamln. Editor.
Fntered In the postofflee at Ocala.
Fla., as second claws mail matter.
hill mkkse listex to
TIIK CAM. OF THEIR IIOSS
HOW MOISTIRE AFFKCTS TIRES
Former President RooseVelt, havin
previously wound up his campaign, set
the hands to hih noon and started It
to running at Chicago Tuesday. It
will be wound up again In November
wound so tight that the mainspring
Mr. Roosevelt's address had pre
viously been sent out over the country
In plate matter, but the colonel, as
usual. Hew the track and began from
the first to inject new matter into his
address, so that by the time he had
flnlxhed his sneeeh. It resembled its
copy about as much as the moon re
sembled a green cheese. 'We want to
say to those who vaunt their conser conservatism,
vatism, conservatism, Mhe said, 'that we are the real
The delegates sat is somewhat amaz amazed
ed amazed silence as the colonel paused. The
situation was relieved and there was
as great cheer as he added:
"For the only wise conservative Is
the wise progressive."
It Is no more than fair to say that
his speech was original, interesting
and strongly American. He extended
his advocacy of the recall of Judicial
decisions to federal as well as to
state courts. He would make easier
the amendment of both the national
and state constitutions and advocated
measures for the control of the trusts,
laws to secure social and industrial
Justice for workers, and the granting
of woman's suffrage. He stood out for
better pure food laws, the fortification
of the Panama canal, free tolls for
American vessels through the canal,
and the use of the canal machinery
for developing and protecting the Mis Mississippi
sissippi Mississippi valley. He advocated a tariff
for revenue only, but said neither the
democrats nor the republicans In Con Congress
gress Congress were fit to make the right sort
of a tariff. He stood strongly for the
making of tariffs by commissions, but
said the present tariff board was not
strong enough to do the work.
The troublesome Southern negro
question, which for a time threatened
dissension in the first convention of
the national progressive party, was
finally disposed of yesterday when the
convention Itself, without a dissenting
voice and without discussion, adopted
the report of the credentials commit
tee, unseating both the white and t
negro delegates from Florida and
throwing out the negro delegates from
The action of moisture on the rub
ber in a tire is insignificant, nut its
effect on the canvas is serious enough
to be worthy of attention.
experiments made by the Michelin
Tire Company show that if cotton is
quickly dried after contact with mois
ture it suffers but little, even if this
happens many times. A piece of cot cotton
ton cotton fabric which was exposed for a
month in the open air to the action of
sun and rain did not lose more than
two per cent of its initial strength,
while a piece of calico, after being wet
through and through and dried in
front of a fire more than twenty times,
did not lose more than three per cent.
Moreover, if ?otton fabric is lmmensed
in water for thirteen months it does
not lose much of its strength, altho
the surface of the water meanwhile
becomes coated with fungus growths.
If, however, the fabric is left to lie in
a moist atmosphere, on the. floor of a
damp cellar for instance, spots and
stains will soon make their appear appearance.
ance. appearance. These stains denote the pres presence
ence presence of destructive growths of minute
bacilli which will rapidly reduce the
fabric to mould. Similarly. wall pa paper
per paper hung in damp rooms will eventual
ly fall from the walls and crumble to
It follows that what really injures
the canvas in pneumatic tires is con continued
tinued continued dampness. If water is allowed
to get into cuts which extend through
the tread to the fabric, some such con
dition of continued dampness will be
brought about, tor once the moisture
enters a cut It has but little chance to
Tires should therefore be stored in
cool places which are perfectly dry.
After traveling over wet roads en envelopes
velopes envelopes should always he dried. So
likewise after being washed. It is im
portant that tires be washed regularly
in order that cuts may te revealed.
cleaned and repaired. The best way to
wash a tire is to sponge It lightly
when fully Inflated, using the smallest
possible amount of water and dry'ng
both tire and rim carefully as soon as
the operation is complete.
Electric lizht department 172". TI
Transfer from K L fund U&O.Oo
Mr. Carnegie Will filve flO.iHMl to an
! a Library If tkp flty Will
Guarantee n orrenpondliiK
The city council met last n;griv.
Iresent, and presiding. R. R. Carroll.
Councilmen C. It. Tydings, J. H. Taylor.
F. G. R. Weihe. H. A. Fausett and C.
Minutes of previous session real and
Mr. John L. Ivlwards, president of
the Ocala National Rank, was present
and asked for a share of the city's de deposits.
posits. deposits. After some discussion, a mo motion
tion motion prevailed that the banks of the
city le communicated with and asked
what interest they would allow on the
quarterly balance of the city and also
at what rate of interest would they
loan the city money when same was
needed, with the view of placing the
deposits where they could be handled
to the best advantage of the city.
Communication from Carnegie
Mr. J. J. Gerig was pre.-e it with the
following communication from Mr.
Andrew Carnegie's secretary. Same
was read and filed for future action:
Sklbo Castle, iJornooh, Sutherland.
16th July. i:12.
.1. J. Gerig. Fsq.. ocala. Florida.
Dear Sir: Responding to your com
munications, Mr. Carnegie will be
glad to increase the amount allowed
for library building at Ocala from five
thousand dollars ($5,000) to ten thou-
and dollars ((10.000) provided council
Total warrants drawn.
Ca-h on. hand.
General f ar. J
Fire and water fund ....
T2nl interns; fund
Electric lisht fund
surpassed any given here yet. Three
guarantee a correspondingly increa-t 5 Th(i ni(.r nt -ah t,v,.Uisite
COMING ACROSS WITH THE COIN
Several Public Spirited Cltlcen Have
Contributed io the Proponed Illum Illumination
ination Illumination of the Public Square
Following are the names of the
citizens and firms who have contribut contributed
ed contributed to the fund for the contemplated il illumination
lumination illumination of the public square:
The Star regrets to learn of the
death of Mr. Charles Mclver, who died
at his home near ltlitchton Sunday. Mr.
Mclver was a brother of Mr. D. K. Mc Mclver,
lver, Mclver, and was a well known citizen of
the western portion of the county. Ills
funeral took place at the family burial
ground near Rlltchton Sunday. Rev.
- A. L Prlsoc officiated and the services
were attended by many friends of the
deceased: Mr. Don Mclver came up
from the lake Sunday morning anJ,
went out to Rlltchton to be prenrntat
Rhelnauer & Company ....
S. R. Whaley
F. G. B. We the
G. A. Nash
W. T. Gary
Marion Hardware Company
H. B. Masters Co
G. D. Hogan
Knight & Lang
Ocala House Wine Rooms
J. L. Smith Grocery Co
R. L. Anderson
Dr. W. K. Lane
Hayeraft & DeCamp
Helvenston & Tasteur 10.00
Inspired by the widow of General
Longstreet, the state of Georgia will
make an effort to assert Its sovereign sovereignity
ity sovereignity to Tallulah Falls." The Star hopes
the state will succeed. Tallulah Falls
Is one of the beauty spots of America,
and Its grandeur should be preserved
for all time.
Munroe & Chambliss Bank .
Ocala Plumbing & Electric Co
David S. Wood row
D. S. Williams, J
J. C CahTwc
ofuncaster & Bell
J. P. Phillips
C. R. Kreger
It should be noted that the amount
indicated is to cover the cost of library
building complete, ready for occupancy
and for the purpose intended.
Before any expenditures on build
ing or plans is incurred, the approval
of proposed plans by Mr. Carnegie
hould be secured, to obtain which
please send sketch plans for inspec
tion, iours respectfully.
Jas. Bertram, Sec'y.
City Can Probably Meet the OfTcr
Under the city's amended charter a
special levy can be made for this pur
pose and the $1,000 a year for ten
years will scarcely be missed, but the
uCCU AUi ..u f .,,.n,.r()sftv of tho.e present
u prooaoiy cannot oe nanuieu uniu
next June. However; there may be
some way of anticipating that time.
A petition was read from a number
of property owners on South Third
and South Fourth streets, near the
S. A. I Railway, asking for the loca
tion there of several arc lights, and
an extension of the water mains. The
lights were ordered put In, but the
water matter was held up temporarily.
A communication was read from Mr.
Powell of Macon and Mr Arthur Pew,
relative to the water work-s matter.
Mr. Gary, city treasurer, was pres
ent and asked to have a list of coupons
checked up and the councfl to reim
burse him for the amount he had paid
out in redeeming same. This was
done and the coupons destroyed.
A communication was read from Mr.
Li. A. Weathers of the board of bond
trustees, stat""T That there was suf-
fieieni--r."oney in the electric light bond
President and Mrs. Taft, Charlie,
their youngest son, and W. C. Herron,
a, brother of Mrs. Taft, left Washing Washington
ton Washington Monday night for Cincinnati to at attend
tend attend the funeral of John W. Herron,
Mrs. Tart's father. The president will
return to Washington Thursday.
Police Commissioner Waldo of New
York says that the corruption In that
city Is not so much the fault of the
city as of the courts, the tribunals of
which are filled by men placed in them
by political bargaining. Waldo Is prob probably
ably probably more .than half right.
The underworld of New York Is
raising 50,000 for the defense of Po Police
lice Police Lieutenant Becker, who is said to
be the principal In the murder of
At Sea Girt. N. J., today, Governor
Woodrow Wilson will be notified of
his nomination by the democratic party
for the presidency.
After a fierce battle the Italians
have captured Suara, the last town
held by the Turks on the Tripolltan
A young colored man who Is trying
to live right himself and bring his
children up right, has written a letter
to the Miami Herald regarding real es estate
tate estate men who rent houses for Immoral
purposes In dstrlcts tenanted mostly
by negroes. He says very truly that
colored people have no protection
against this class of people, who are
not only annoying and dangerous to
the honest men and women, but add
Immensely to the task of bringing
children up decently. He speaks truly
of an evil not confined to Miami. White
people are so ready to condemn ne negroes
groes negroes for doing wrong that they should
be ready to help them to do right, and
every city should see to it that re restricted
stricted restricted districts" are kept apart from
colored localities as well as white
W. Davis 10.00
A. M. Lansford
Marcus Frank 10.00
Ocala Lumber & Supply Co..,
H. M. Hampton
Ed Carmichael 125.00
F. Harris 5.00
A. E. Burnett 5.00
H. A. Waterman 5.00
R. C. Camp 10.00
Ocala National Bank 25.00
Air Dome 5.00
All who desire to follow the example
of the above will please give contribu
tions to J. C. Caldwell, superintendent
of the electric light plant or R. C.
Muncaster, secretary of the board of
On account of the illness of Com
mlssioner Crosby and the illness In the
family of Commissioner Proctor, and
absence from the state of Commission
er Petteway, the board of county com commissioners
missioners commissioners has adjourned to meet at
10 o'clock a. m., on Monday, August 12
A. D. 1912, for the transaction of such
business as may come before the board
S. T. Sistrunk, Clerk.
SCHOOL HOOKS AT MARTIN'S
The Ocala News Co., G W. Martin
proprietor, has a large supply of coun
ty schools books on hand.
COTTAGES FOR REM
Two five room cottages for rent
new and well lacnted. Apply to F. W
Special ten days sale on
Genuine Japanese Cups and Saucers
$1.15 per set.
bee window. Ocala News Co
NOTICE FOR PAVING niDS
Notice is hereby given that on the
20th of August, A. D. 1912. the city
council of the city of Ocala. Marion
county, Florida, will consider bids for
the paving with vitrified brick, that
portion of Fort King avenue. In the
city of Ocala, to-wit: Beginning with
the Intersection of said avenue on the
west side of Main street, running
thence east three thousand eight hun hundred
dred hundred and forty-one feet, containing ap approximately
proximately approximately eleven thousand nine
hundred and fifty square yards.
Said bids to be sealed and filed with
the clerk of the city of Ocala at least
five days prior to above named meet meeting
ing meeting of said council; said bids to be
made In accordance with specifications
for such paving now on file at the
city clerk's office In Ocala. Florida.
The city council reserves the right
to reject any and all bids submitted.
J. D. Robertson, Mayor.
R. R. Carroll,
President of the City Council.
Attest: H. C. Sistrunk, City Clerk.
TEN DAYS ONLY
SIX PATTERNS OF IMPORTED JAP-
ANESE TEA CUPS 1.25 PER SET.
SEE WINDOW. OCALA NEWS CO.
OI.LIE MOHI1IS MARKET OPEN
The market formerly known as the
Ollie Mordls is now open. Will keep on
hand a supply of fresh meats and fish
Orders by phone will receive prompt
attention. Phone number 315. Come
to the old stand and be treated right
Dealer in Fancy Groceries, N. Magnolia
Alma Zada Face Powder Is the beat
we have to offer at 50c. the box. The
Post Office Drug Stores.
Five hundred dollar?
ed from the electric light fund to the
Mr. Weihe male a motion, which
carried, that the city employ an en- j
ginfetr :.- establish all street and side-j"
walk grades and have same recor.iei
in the city's records and the matter
settled for all tirr.e.
Mr. Taylor was instructed to com communicate
municate communicate with Jacksonville, where the
government !m made an experiment
with oiled road surface, and ascertain
how successful same was with the idea
of putting a tank of oil on one of ojr
streets as an experiment.
The matter of putting in new en engines
gines engines to give the electric light plant
ample power for many years to come
was di.-cussed. The ensines that .should
be put in will about ?l 0.000. The
liaht anl water committee was in instructed
structed instructed to obtain more complete in information
formation information as to types of engines, cost,
chancier of fuel, to be used, etc.
The council adjourned at ll o'clock.
FOR RENT Two or three rooms.
M 1 turn is nea tor Lgnt nouscKeeping in
the new Bierman fiat. opposite 4he
rostoffice. Inquire upstair? at the
j building or at the Star of free.
FOR RENT Offices !n TCoMer build building.
ing. building. Apply to Davis & Martin.
FOR RUNT Three furnished rooms
lor light housekeeping: first door
i'ront, all conveniences, including gas
itove, half block from A. C. L. depot.
No. 34 Oklawaha avenue.
FOR RENT 131 South Watula
street. 2-story, seven rooms-, large lot.
II. C. Packham.
GOOD KENDRICK FARM FOR SALE
A first class farm, two miles south southwest
west southwest of Ker.driek 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. CO acres under fence.
CO 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.
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.
Elect ra, Aug.
per at the sch
The ice ream ap ap-1
1 ap-1 house last Saturday
NOTICE. MEMHERS OF
the notiii) or Tittnn
Get your certificate
'eala News Co.
framed at the
MUCFj has been said in these columns concern concern-ingf
ingf concern-ingf Credit, its basis, its importance and value
to he individual, and the advantage' and
prof it derived therefrom.
A man is entitled to recognition for the good
qualities, and principles, that form the basis of Char Character
acter Character and Reputation, not only in the immediate vi vi-ciuity
ciuity vi-ciuity but the country at large.
Ranks are.the principal channel through whii h
a man's "good -name'" reaches the public, and if it
entitles him to Credit and Confidence at home, it is
to his advantage that strangers know it also.
Come in ano let's get acquainted. A bank ac account
count account is the easiest way.
THE MUNROE & CHAMBLISS BANK
fnking fund to retire another $1000
bond, and recommending that same be
done. Mr. Weathers was authorized to
redeem one of the bonds at the best
A communication was read from the
Temple Theater building committee,
asking that a nominal tax assessment
be placed on the theater building, in instead
stead instead of the assessment based on its
cost. The request was declined.
The new paving ordinance was in introduced,
troduced, introduced, read for the first time and
referred to the judiciary committee.
This ordinance provides for the pav
ing with vitrified brick of Oklawaha
avenue from the A. C. I Railway east
to the city limits, the paving of the
three streets around the federal build building
ing building not now paved with brick, the ex extension
tension extension of Oklawaha avenue west of
the iuare one block, the paving of the
double block from the A. C. L Rail Railway
way Railway to Grace church and the extension
of this same street, Broadway, from
the end of the present brick paving at
the rear of Masters' store building,
west to the city limits.
The gas company's ord nance was
reported favorably by the judiciary
committee, and Messrs. W. K. Zewad Zewad-skl
skl Zewad-skl and II. M. Hampton appeared, the
former to talk against its passage, and
the latter as attorney for the gas com company
pany company to speak in its behalf. The gen gentlemen
tlemen gentlemen made lengthy talks and the
matter was laid over till the city at attorney
torney attorney could advise the city in the
matter. The ordinance is asked for to
straighten the records as to the city
in the gas company's affairs and mere merely
ly merely continues the rights and privileges
that the old gas company enjoyed
under the former ordinance.
The usual monthly budget of bills
was read and ordered paid.
On motion of Mr. Tydings. the clerk
was instructed to communicate with
Mr. J. P. Greenleaf, of the Hutchins
Audit Co., of Jacksonville, and have
him come down and audit the city's
books as is required annually under
the resolution of two years ago.
Mr. Weihe brought up thf matter of
Mr. Rowe and others opening markets
in places outside the city market, hut
the matter was 'nly di-.u-.-e, and
nothing was done tf a dftinite nature.
bouquet. Tiie large jardinier of ro-es
was the prettie-t and much admired by
all. Delicious cikes were furnished by
Mrs. Josh Martin, Mrs. O. W. Brant.
Mrs Dave Cellars. Mioses Emily Hal Hal-ford.
ford. Hal-ford. Dixie I'illans. Myrtle Mock. Mae
Halford. These cakes certainly did
eredit to t'ae kitchen divinity. The
appetizing cn-am was di.-hed and serv served
ed served by Pat Holly. Wilson Caldwell.
Misses Dixie I'illans, Emily and Mae
Halford. Mr. il. V. Brant handed out
the cold drinks, while Me-srs. Josh
Martin. Clarence White. Harmon Mar Martin
tin Martin kepi the freezers full of cream.
Music was furnished gy the talented
musicians, very frequently accom accompanied
panied accompanied with singing. The handsome
sum oi l reanze.t is very expressive
had an enjoyable time and regretted
to hear the stroke of 1J o'clock which
proclaimed the hour of departure.
The annual picnic'- will be held at
I this place the 20th of August for the
benefit of the cemetery. This picnic
will be held at the same time and
place each year.
The six-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Snell was buried in the ceme
tery here last Sunday morning. The
sorrowing family has the sympathy of
The government boat is now on this
part -of the river surveying, previous, to
clearing and widening the channel.
Mr. H. B. Clarkson of the Marion
Hardware Co., was out with others
fishing on Lake Bryant one day last
Mr. Jim Fort, Mr. Ernest Blair. Mr.
Mixson. Misses Blair and Driggers and
others came from oklawaha to the ice
cream supper Saturday night.
Miss Dixie Pillans will leave -for a
visit to friends in South Carolina Wed Wednesday.
nesday. Wednesday. The young men's E. M. It. Club has
decided to vhange its name to one of
a less pugilistic nature.
Mr. Wilson Caldwell was a visitor to
Several of the young people from
here attended preaching at Oklawaha
Bridge church Sunday night. Among
z Matinee Wednesday Afternoon ::: Amateur Night Wednesday
FOUR REELS EVERY NIGHT
Time To Plant Sweet Potatoes And Hay Crops.
Now is the season for planting Sweet Potatoes and there is absolutely no better
fertilizer than our Superior Brand Sweet Potato Fertilizer.
This is also the season for planting Hay Crops. We have a fresh supply of Cow
Pea, Soy Beans, Millets and Sorghum Seeds. These are all good hay-picducii.g plants
and it pays to grow as much of this crop as possible instead of buying so much of the
western grown hay, when the money paid for same could be used for srnu thing che that
cannot be grown here.
We always have on hand in season a good supply of fresh Garden and Field Seeds,
and at less prices than you have to pay when ordering seeds from dealers in other states.
Ve will appreciate your orders and Fame will be filled promptly. All corres correspondence
pondence correspondence given prompt and careful attention.
Ocala Fertilizer Company & Seed Store
FULLER & AVER
ffice oxer Munroe & Chambliss B'k.
Finance 'mnil t tee Report
The finance committee's report was
read and is herewith published.
Collected by the city tax col collector
lector collector as follows
Licenses $ 36.0"
Fines, police court 'marshal). 418.80
round fees 2r..oo
Collected by city attorney (tax
Lookout for a blind mare, sucklin
colt, almost black in color, total!
blind. Strayed from lot back of fire
station in Ocala Thursday night. Fin Finder
der Finder will please notify this office or C.
K. Fogdestrom, Montague, and receive
Electric light collection?
Fines, street department
J. E, GHAGE
Rooms 9, 10 and 11. Second Floor.
V. B. KELLER & CO.
(Formerly Smith & Roberts)
Funeral Directors and
Lady Assistant when required
Calls Answered Promptly Night
or Day, to All Farts of City
Parlors Located Between Ideal
Theater and Express Office
DAY PHONE, 345
NIGHT PflONE, 448
V. B. KELLER & CO.
them were Mr. Mock and family, Miss Misses
es Misses Emily and Mac Halford, Messrs.
Georse Iirant. Hosea Sellars and Oscar
Miss Emily Halford. Master Hal Halford
ford Halford and Mr. and Mrs. G. W. I'.rant
were in town Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. I'illans and Miss Iixic
Pillans. recrardless of sjowers. drove
their car to town Sunday.
STHAYKIl OH STOI.KV
One larne TCerkshire boar hoir. Stray Strayed
ed Strayed from I'almetto I'ark Farms July 2.
Any information as to ho's where whereabouts
abouts whereabouts will be appreciated and reward rewarded
ed rewarded by C. 15. Strickland, manager I'al I'almetto
metto I'almetto I'ark Farms. 8-C-4td2tw
HOOT AMI IIKHTI TKA
IXniAX KILI.KD OX TRACK
iThe following- amounts
Near Rochelle, 111., an Indian went been disbursed durin?
to sleep on a railroad track and was! lf12:
killed by the fast express. He paid Regular salaries
? 8 L'6.10
for his carelessness with his life. 1 I'oliee department (salaries)..
Often its that way when people res-' Witness fees and costs
lect coughs and colds. Don't risk your Feci for prisoners
life when prompt use of Dr. Kins's Sundry expense
New Discovery will cure them and solstreet department (labor) ....
prevent a dangerous throat or lung j Feed
trouble. "It completely cured me, in a 'Sundry expense
short time, of a terrible cough that i Surveying
followed a severe attack of grip," j Sanitary department la!.ranl
writes J. R, Watts, Floydada, Texas, j expense)
"and I regained 15 pounds in weight' Feed
that I had lost." Quick, safe, reliable I Lights for public use
and guaranteed. 50c. and $1. Trial i Market
bottle free at Tydings & Co.
" i 0
1 1. Oi'
1 If UK
The Great Hlood Purifier and Nerve
Tonic, for Hheiimntim, Kidney and
IHndder Trouble Price .Vc.
Dr. LIvlnCMtou'n nixpepelne Powder,
for Indigestion and Stomach Tron Tron-ltle
ltle Tron-ltle Price T.O Cent
Dr. I.ivlngMton Golden Cnlarrh llnlm,
for Catarrh of the Head, Hay
Fever of Catarrhal Nature.
Price -"VO Cent
GCAHANTFED TO CIHH OH NO PAY
Tbee Hemedie Can A I way be Found
at the Court Pharmacy, Ocala, Fla.
"Were all medicines as meritorious
a3 Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy the world would
be much better off and the percentage
of suffering greatly decreased," write?;
Lindsay Scott, of Temple, Ind. For
sale by all dealers.
BROADWAY AND 14th ST.
Clean, Comfortable, Convenient and Home-Like Hotel, on
the American and European Plans.
American Plan, 12 per day and up. European Plan, $1.00 per day and up.
Special Weekly Rates.
Churchill & Co.
THE STATE UNIVERSITY
OA I X E S VI I .LE, FLA.
Next SeMKlon Open Sept. IT, 1012
The University of Florida offers ex excellent
cellent excellent opportunity for the liberal and
professional education of Florida
younjr men at the actual cost of living.
High moral tone. Scholarly faculty.
Iieautiful buildings. Attractive camp campus.
us. campus. Nearly 300 per cent Increase In at attendance
tendance attendance during the past three years.
Leader in athletics and other forms of
student activities. Send for catalog.
A. A. MURrilREE, President.
FLOIUIIA STATE COLLEGE
College of Arts and Sciences, Normal
School with Kindergarten Department.
School of Music, School of Art, School
of Expression, Home Economics De Department
partment Department with extension division.
Beautiful location. Beautiful buildings
and first-class equipment throughout.
Tuition free. Other expenses verjr
low. For information address
EDW. CONRADI, President.
LOST LOST Jeweled Phi Delta
frat pin, set with opals and rubies.
Small chip diamond in center of pin.
Fir.der return to M!.- Minnie I. Sto Sto-xall,
xall, Sto-xall, IC'S Oklawaha avenue, and r.-ee;ve
One of the most
that hard working j
with is lame- back.
Iain's L'nin-.tnt twlc
. ople are afflicted
Apply Chamber Chamber-'
' Chamber-' a 'lav arid mis-
Effective June 9lh
Ocala Northern Railroad
will ?ell round trip tickets from all points on Hp line at
one way rate, on Sunday only
S. P. HOLLINRAKE
Gen. Pass. Agent
sasf tr.e party
lief. F.-r sale
thoroughly at each ap ap-yirj
yirj ap-yirj .v 111 u'.-t 'lUk r--!
BALLARD VALE GIXOER ALE.
JUST IN. 15c. the bottle. Oeriirs
Tost Office Drug Stores.
pplirnt in for Leave to Sell
I will apply
j county ju i-'
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of imuvt. A. II.
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in ..r-.I f r .Marl.. .Marl..-VI
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When In Jacksonville stop with Mrs.
E. U Maloney, at the Girard. No. 11
East Duval street. Just off Main. Best
75c. room In the city.
Fire and water fund i salaries
2 7. "..on
This is the market where QUALITY
is the i .redominating feature tr.et'.-.ei
with CLKANLIN'KSS and RHAjsON A A-ELC
ELC A-ELC PRICES it is the market whtre
you are sure of the best your money
will buy plus srooj, couorreous, prompt
These hot days are the days that
! prove the excellence of our refr;?erat-
Ing equipment and o :r sanitary con conditions
ditions conditions will YOU prove them
YOUR OWN satisfaction by trying u.-V
" Fi r
v : V 1 f Makes You Forget ffl
3gAt All fountains.
V. II. MHS!I, Proprietor.
FORMERLY EDWARDS, MARKET
s '.v :
Sn.sru is mide from the juice of Florida's choicest
Grapefruit with pure syrup to sweeten. No chemicals
no coloring matter, just the pure fruit juice with all itv
ir YOU ARE FEELING TAGGED
Dora Crawford, Guardian.
THE GRATRU COMPANY
Aitw. ru, li. I. A.
OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7. 10V2
Exfracls From a Mary
Ml SPENDINO TOO MUCH
"last month my wages paid my board and other living
uses and left me ten dollars for incidentals. The ten
ne. I Iiave nothing to show for it. I have tried to
mber just how I spent it, but at best there is almost
for which I cannot account. I am spending too much
1eaure and there are many things I need.'"
I WAY TO SAVE HAVE AN ACCOUNT AT
Board of Trade meets tonight.
Eagles meet this evf-nln.
F. I of A. meets tomorrow night.
mtft tonwrroiv night.
WooJmen met-: Friday evening.
Phone 284 for quick prescription service.
S with an expensive, high power
Jicing automobile, so with groceries. The human ma-
line needs the best fuel to get the greatest efficiency
pom it just like the motor car.
Give the finest auto bad gasoline and you gf t poor
eed-feed the best man alive on improper food and
on see a human wreck, You owe it to yourself-for
our health's sake, for your pocket's sake, to feed your
omacli with finest groceries, good wholesome food,
hat is YOU 11 fuel.
phnson's Fducator Crackers make Ihc right kind of fuel
for you, because they arc made from W hole Wheal Flour.
llucator Wafers. Educator Toasterett (buttered, salted and
toasted). Educator luncheon Biscuit. Fducator Sweet
Graham. Educator Ginger Snaps, Fducator Animal
Crackers. Fruited Educator (Sultana Raisins), Fducator
Dran Cookies, a natural laxative.
p. Ko Teapot Grocery
PHONES 16 and 174
, : Florida
A GREAT HOUSE FURNISHING
Following are just a Few of the Thousands of
Articles Carried In out Great Furniture, Hardware,
(louse Furnishing and General Supply Store. Come
n and look the stock over, you will find many
nings you want.
For the Office
Roll and Flat Top Desks, Typewriter Desks, Stenographer's
esks Of lice Chairs, Stools. Sofas, Ktc.
For the Dining Room
Handsome Hound or Square Extension Tables, Dining Chairs,
ugs, SiIclxnrds and Chiffoniers, Rouffets, China Closets, China
miner Sets, Lumps, Fine Table Linen, Etc.
Handsome Mahogan, Oak, Willow or Mission Chairs, Straight
lacked or Hookers, Tables, Sofas, Lamps, Hugs and Carpets, l'ic-
Beautiful Dressers and Wash Stands in Golden Oak, Rirdscye
faple or Mahogany, Reautiful Iron and llrass Red in over Fifty
PiiVerent Varieties and Trices. Hugs and Mattings, Chiffoniers and
JVardrobes, Toilet Sets, Blankets, Comforts and Linens.
For The Pantry and Kitchen
Handsome Refrigerators and Ice Chests in Several Different
lakes ami Styles and any Size or Price Desire. Stoves and Hanges
li Either Wood or Oil Burners. Kitchen Cabinets and Tables.
Anything Desired in Silverware for the Table, Cutleryand
kissors in our Hardware Department; Shotguns, Rities and Ammu
nition; Fire Sets, Screens and Irons. VXc.
Carriage and Harness Dept
Buggies, Carriages and Wagons for all Iuroses, Harness, Sad Sad-tomestic
tomestic Sad-tomestic and Imported, Art Squares, Mattings, Etc., In the Coutnry.
lies, Iap I to lies. Whip and Everything for the Horse or Vehicle.
MclVER & MacKAY
PHONE 47 North MagnoliaSt. OCALA, FLA.
Carlo C. Dickinson of Jacksonville
at the O'-ala House.
HK(;i TO LOOK LIKE nEnALL
Hunter ha J about twenty
,,juns :-i -eball chamjions out
South y. ij.r.-V.rx diamond, i lay lay-practice
practice lay-practice gam.? yesterday after after-Tr,e
Tr,e after-Tr,e boys showed great interest
1 work, aad will evidently
t' f our
ith-r engagements to follow the
ar am.? with I.r.-.-buri are in prospect.
an it besrlr.s to look like we wnl
BOA II H OF TRADE
.stiff i:ame tomorrow after-
T::e Board of Trade will hold a
meeting :h;s iWednesJay) evening,
Aug. Ttn. a: it- new quarters in the
southeast win? of the Ocala House.
There is much important business to
be attended to. and ail member-? should
TIIE TRIP TO NEW YORK
pite "f the sum
vam.-ed. Mr. Hun
hall season, in j Lut
Mr. C. A. Tremere
in town today.
of I telle view was
Dr. A. I.. lilalmk,
The baseball boys
again tills afternoon.
night when the names of the
name-? of the winners in the Oeala-
i- gone to work jXew York trip contest were announc-
l -nerey. and is making ;e,i. the stanling of the contestants was
iT-.cr of every detail. as follows: A. D. Rates. Mrs. Min-
inie r.o-tkk. r.:;0: Miss Erin Yonge,
Tor;iit VOIR I. -T ( :HCK jiov"; Dr. McClane. 1423: Mr. Harry
,any in a bia!Cole- Misi Myrtle Whitfield.
Mrir-non Pro- 1 1 1 : Mr- Frederick T'ezullo. 11.193:
n a Doardinsr
Get a pet or lainty JAPANCSC ta
cups at the Ocala News Co. for 11.13.
To s-e the Wriiiii'
double com.-dy bill. Th Th-jeet"
jeet" Th-jeet" and 'Ten N'iahts
H'.'U.e." two rine comedy
A dandy picture bill
"The Plucky Ranch Girl.
Fur Friends." Great comedy.
cne Man's Lovf." A story jf
Tomorrow nizht. Cm'line the Great
way on time
hats at less than wholesale
r.' North M.i'-'nolia street thi-
Keller A: C.
have just re.-eived
Mrs. .1. F. Pelot
at the f cala Hou-
..f F-.rt Mc'
Millinery stock at
lia street must be :
1 North Ma::nM
old this week a
The new brb k
.nh end of M:isj
jti-t a.ri- the
tra.-t ive an i sub sub-'
' sub-' U.i rt i 'f t '.e
em- j building a nj has :
ichindise stor-k wit
. :.or. w u ..
I in -: in t h
; never :,.iV
Mrs. C. C. Army. 11. SCO. Mrs. Arms won
by 133 votes and Mr. Pezullo won the
trip to Atlanta by 2S'J. Mrs. Arms is
ito be congratulated uon having won
j this trip. Sh.f expects to leive on the
j Mohawk about the uSth of this month.
Mr. T'ezullo hfis r.nt decided when he
will 20 to Atlanta.
That the contest was successful in
every way can be clearly seen by the
number of votes cast. As the contest
lasted only two weeks it can be seen
rore bnildlnsr at the lthat a srreat deal of interest was tak tak-n.ilii
n.ilii tak-n.ilii street, erected f'n in if-
IMII'.TTV F.V III II.DIVC;
line, is an at-
ill addition to!
The Teuton j
m oved in:o the ;
it u n. r tl mer- j
meat market in i
TF.MI'I.K TIIK THH TONIGHT
Tiie building has a cement
a fine idea
tin try. The
iii:m:fit of ihi: ni
1 Suiitii returneil today
s visit to Mrooksville.
SKC OCR WINDOW OF JAPANHSH
TKA CUPS FOR $1.13 A SRT. OCA I.A
played for the
cert fund i W.i
H- lliijes to
ene;i; if tht
luac T i i
team for a 2a:ne on that dare, or, if i
Cue Dunriellon iioys cannot play, some j S.
Mr. 1). M. Kibler
at t lie Ocala House
Iislator Fleet Diutit of Redlick
was in the city this tuorninjr. and pail
ttie Star a jdeasant call.
BALLARD VALF GINGFR ALU.
JUST IN. 13c. .the bottle. Geri's
Post Office Drus Stores.
1 mis will ;e a rr,u
' e:ii!;nin' pairioiMi w
and t he people Who ilOVe
about siioviTi-; a mi ill
! treasurer for the band need no: be shy
about ervin.: the a:ie
pure'iaini: a ticket to the
The show last ninht was a 2reat
success. A lartre number of people
were out and the pictures were fine.
This afternoon we run a matinee for
ladies and children at 4 o'clock. Four
reels and two prizes. Tonight is am amateur
ateur amateur niaht. Six b;2 amateur acts,
four reels of picture. The bitrest
and bet live-cent show you ever saw.
Starting tomorrow night we 2ive three
prizes every niht. Next Monday.
Tuesday and Wednesday vaudeville.
Something ii:-:h elass. Watch an announcements
nouncements announcements for a bi2 feature.
From Grass to Glass.
Sales Co. Animated No. 10.
H. S. Chambers Auto Wreck at the
A. L. Crossing.
A Message From Beyond.
T!ie Sheriff's Sister.
? 30 reward for anyone who can prove
t.he p. dure we .-how tonight of II. P.
Chambers" auto wreck is not genuine
purpose by! and taken in oeala. The Temple,
ball uame. I
of the o,-ala
have a 2ame
he band con-
...A WISE MAN...
Doesn't risk his papers or valuables in an ordinary sale.
He knows the danger of if. So he engages a box or com compartment
partment compartment of a safe deposit company. .There he can keep -his
money, Jewels and valuable papers in security. There
is no danger from fire, and absolutely none from thieves..
And he has access to it at all times.
THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK
has a few nnoccupied boxes and compartments. The
rent on one of them is very reasonable. Do you want
CAPITAL FCLLT PAID IX 97SM
H. D. STORES. CMhUr.
JXO. L. EDWARDS. Pr. CLARENCE CA5CP. Vie. Ptm.
F. E. McCLAXE, M. D.
Specialist In Clinic Diseases
E. L. STEWART. M. D.
Specialist In Diseases of Eye,
Nose. Throat and Lungs
THE DR. M'CLANE MtDICAL, SURGICAL AND
Dr. MeClane's Residence
Dr. Stewart's Residence.
07. Buite 1 to 7 Holder Idlock. Southwest
Corner cf Public Souare
Xole: CalU made liy nprelal a p polo imrnt. Spuria I Gralto Urinary Cllale
after 7 p. m. each day.
ood way of
coin at the
JIMOII Li:(il K TOMfillT
Mr. 1 1. D. Riddling of
received a loii: di.-tanc
Hawthorne this mornin-i
the serious, perhaps fatal Illness of
this baby. The little one has been sick
A new supply of hair brushes just In for som.
Mr. W. V. Clyatt left this morning
for a business trip to fJainesville.
the Seaboard J
call from j Tiie Junior Civic League will receive
announcing ; half of the receipts from sale of tick
ets at the Air Dome toniuht. Keep
time, and Mr-.
your inspection before you buy
: : 1 ..... zs.. i ...
mis an in i ii i ajiii yo aim mi ine wir
Itiddlin? went Dome enclosure. The league has been
at the Court Pharmacy. We invite with it to Hawthorne tiie other day. ; loiny: a siood work, it is one of the
toping for benefit from the change of best organizations in tiie city and is
air. Mr. Ilildlinir left for Hawthorne doinn much -;ood. It has no steady in-
un Van returned last -on the morning train. I come and this Is a chance to suve it a
j uood lift. The Peabody Brothers have
Mr. K. Y. Davis left this morning senerously offered to donate one-half
for a visit to his family at Shell Tsl- their receipts toniirht to thi sorani sorani-and.
and. sorani-and. Mr. Davis is a hard worker and ; zation and we hope they will be well
deserves a rest. He is making a record j patronized.
as prosecuting attorney for the fifth ;
Dr. Roney and
ninlit from a visit
RALLARD VALE (1INC.HR ALE
JUST IX. 1-rc. tiie bottle. (Jeri'
I'ost Office Drus Stores.
Mr. John I. Julian of Crystal River
was at the Ocala House last niprht.
For quick service in anything
want in the drug or toilet line.
281, the Court Pharmacy.
circuit that is winning him praise not
only from the people of his own lo locality,
cality, locality, but from all over South Florida.
Mrs. J. XV. Durant. th victim of the
accidental shooting at Dunnellon. who
was operated on at the hospital Mon- Ir.i q fw ,i.1v
IlKTTRIt HALF FOR II AS LEY
Mr. P. A. Ausley of MarU-1 was
the Ocala House last night.
Preserve your artistic Hoard of
Trade certificate by having it framed
at the Ocala News Co.
Mr. XV. !:. Allen of Mcintosh was at
the Ocala Rouse last night.
Don't suffer with heat. Stop at the
Court Pharmacy and cool off while en enjoying
joying enjoying a dish of that good lee cream.
day night, is
lie doing well.
-till .alive, and
Mr. John C. F.easley, the popular
young merchant of Martel. arrived in
town this afternoon with his bride.
Mr. Peasley was Iffarried in Glenville.
ince. but we were un-
eems to ahll. trt
learn the name of the yourfg
lie sure to mark a date in your j Mr. C. P.. Strickland was smiling
memorandum book so that you wan't j broadly today over the return of his
forget to li'n see the Lir.-at Emelire at family from a visit to White Springs,
the Meal tomorrow night. ; With them came Miss Jet tie Scarbor
ough, a pretty young lady from hite
a guest for some
Mr. 1. o. Fi-nder. who is to be cashier Springs, who will be
Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Packham left to today
day today for their summer visit to Cape
May Point. X. J.
If you want to find your friend while
down town, go to the Court Pharmacy
they all meet there.
Ola Sanders of Madison and W
McGregor of Live onk were at
Ocala House today.
of the new batik at Inverness, is learn
ing the tricks of the trade in tiie Mun Mun-roe
roe Mun-roe v Chambliss Hank in this city.
weeks at the pleasant country home of
Mr. and Mrs. Strickland. south of
Dr. Stewart, of the McClane Medical
Institute left yesterday for Valdosta
on business for the firm.
If you want to see a busy prescrip
tion counter, look in at the Court
Pharmacy's prescription department.
Mr. R. R. Smoot. tiie
Ocala House last night.
d ist inguished
was at the
You can save money by purchasing
second-hand and rebound books at the
Ocala Xews Co.
Everybody that expects to go to a
picture .-how tonight should go to the
Air Dome, thereby helping the Junior
Civic League. Half of the proceeds of
tonight's show will go to this very
useful organization. Ry helping them
this way you not only give your mon money
ey money to a good cause, but you get full
value in return.
Mr. and Mrs. X. 1 1. Iioswell. X. II.
P.oswell. Jr., and Miss Helen Smith
came up from Dunnellon in Mr. B's.
auto this morning, took dinner at the
Ocala House and visited Silver Springs.
Mr. Frederick Pezullo. window dres dresser
ser dresser at tiie Globe, desires the Star to
thank his friends for their support,
which enabled him to win the second
prize in the Air Dome contest.
Mr. E. C. McLeod of Kendriek was in
town last night. Mac is sticking close
to his farm these days, but has not
lost his Interest in public affairs.
. Mr. II. XV. Rawls of the Southern Ex Express
press Express Co. received the welcome news
from Chelmsford. S. C. this morning,
that his baby is much better.
While shopping, stop and cool off at
the Court Tharmacy. We are not after
money; just want yor company.
Mr. D. M. Harco of Cotton Plant was
In town today, lie says the corn crop
in his section is not so good, but pin pin-ders
ders pin-ders are doing well.
LOST A ruby stick pin in William-"
barbershop Thursday afternoon. Fin-
The old Fellows
weekly meeting las!
gree team did some
ing the l:r-t degree
The i dd Fellow deg
ing a credit
held their regular
nig.it and the de-goo-1
work in giv giv-to
to giv-to Mr. .1. II. Howe,
ree team is becom-
to fraternal affairs in the
Miss Josie Taylor of Takoma Park,
D. C, who has been visiting her sis sister,
ter, sister, Mrs. F. L. Rooher, left last night
for her home accompanied by Mrs.
Rooher, who will remain in Takoma
for the winter. Mr. Rooher will join
her in a month.
Mrs. J. C. Smith, who underwent an
operation at the hospital yesterday, is
doing well today.
What Are You Paying?
Mrs. Jessie Rishop left yesterday for
a visit to Richmond. Va.. ant will
probably extend her trip to Washington.
der return same to Tom Proctor
Masters store and get reward. S 2
Under Secretary Muncaster's in instruction,
struction, instruction, an artist has decorated the
windows of the Hoard of Trade head headquarters
quarters headquarters with a sign as attractive a-
Mary Garden's stockings when the
aforesaid Mary is wearing them.
Mrs. Jake Prown and charming
daughter. Mis- llebn Prown of Ocala.
spent Mon liy in Gainesville, guests at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. F.rush.
3 Cans Van Camp's IJeans.
Florida Tomatoes, large size....lOc
Florida Tomatoes, small size, 3
Swift's Premium Hams per 11 172C
Miss liyrd Wart matin returned today
from a visit to friends at Leesburg and
Lidy Lake. She was accompanied
home by Miss .lean Teague, who will
be her guest for a few days.
Do you like to know that your pre prescriptions
scriptions prescriptions are filled correctly, with the
best of drugs, and delivered to you
promptly? Then try the Court Pharm Pharmacy.
acy. Pharmacy. Send or phone 284.
County Commissioner M. M. Proctor
returned from Pedro this morning and
with Commissioners Carmlchael an 1
Henderson is attending to county bus business.
iness. business. Mr. Carmicahel is acting as
chairman and C. E. Connor is taking
Mr. and Mrs.
home fr-'m the
re g ret to sa v i
A. M. Imsford came
like at noon today.
ittle -on. who the Star
- quite sick.
Mrs. C. V. Roberts ar.d laughter re returned
turned returned today from Oxford and other
points down that way. They attended
the great Oxford p:..n;c. which thev
We have a large and complete stock of all plys
in Regal rcady-to-lay roofing, manufacturered by
the H. W. Johns Manville Co., and we are in posi position
tion position to fill yonr requirements quick and at the best
prices to be obtained. We invite the inquiries of
dealt-rs as we have an especially attractive proposi proposition
tion proposition for them. This is superior stock at market
Ocala Lumber and Supply Co.
EVERYTHING THAT GOES INTO THE
CONSTRUCTION OF A BUILDING.
Office and Yards, Cor. Osceola and Henry Streets.
Following are the meteorological
conditions that prevailed during the
twenty-four hours up to sunset yesterday:
Partly cloudy; southwest wind.
Maximum temperature, 88 degrees.
Minimum, 07 degrees.
Average, Tl degrees.
Cloudy, probably showers north por portion
tion portion tonight or Thursday.
Mrs. C. L. Moore left today to join
her daughter, Miss Clara Moore In
Gainesville. From there they will go
to Pablo Reach for an Indefinite stay,
after which they will visit Mrs. R. C.
Staley of Palmetto.
rOUT KIXO CAMP SO 14.
WOODMEN OP TIIE WORLD
Next regular monthly meetlnjr will
e held at 8 o'clock Friday evening,
August 8th, at Yonge's Hall.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSK
Mrs. George K. Robinson and daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Miss Hope Robinson, will leave
Friday via the Clyde Line steamer
Apache for New York and Poston,
where they will spend the next two
months with Mrs. Robinson's daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Mrs. .T. Edgar Mills-Price.
' Will Riley was on trial in Judge
Hell's court this morning on a eharue
of assault with atent to kill. lie shot
Henry Pasteur at Silver Sp rings July
21. blinding his left eye for life. P.oth
j colored. Judge Pell decided that the
shootinc? was accidental and diseharg diseharg-ied
ied diseharg-ied Riley.
At tiie home of her
Mr. an 1 Mrs. r i
King avenue yest-rlay
tie F.mily Rentz t-n'rta:t
frien Is with a nv.-t enj-
ntz. on Fort
1 her young
olind in both
A small, black Ally,
eyes. Supposed to have
1 roken loose from hitching pla.e near;
: Temple theater. Return or give infor-
mation to Chas. E. Foglestrom. Mont a- j
Mr. and Mrs. V. .1 Klwa
another --mart little s-r. a tht
The stork brought the p
youngster Monday morning.
The Juni r Civ I.e.i- is
great work in cal.u You
your share t help it tonight
to the Air I) ime.
Diamond C llnms ior 11. .
Favorite Corn, .1 Cans for.
Cracker Roy Cofl'ee ior 11
Lord De La Ware Soup jer can
Larjie Rucket Cottolene $1.30
Medium Rucket Cottolene 50c
Rett Creamery Rutter per lb. .35c
In 3 lb. lots from the tub (i. e.
not prints) $1.00
3 Packages .Tello and Ice Cream
3 Packages Lipton's Jelly Tab Tablets
lets Tablets 25c
3 Sunleam Cornflakes 22c
3 Cans 5c. Gold Evaporated Milk 10c
3 Packages Dutch Cleanser U-c
3 Cans Van Camp's Hominy. . .25c
155 lbs. Granulated Sugar. .$1.00
Old Country RIend Tea per lb. .50c
5 Gallons Oil
Mrs. C. I R;ttinger and daughter,
Miss A dele, expect to leave in a few
days for Massachusetts, where they
will spend some time at Rostn and
other places in that section, and on the
coast at Martha's Vineyard. They will
probably remain until late in ctober.
They will go up from Jacksonville via
the Merchants ,v- Miners L.;ne, touenmg
at P.altimore and Providence.
Full Cream Cheese per lb.
j Fresh Rulk Oatmeal ier lb.
Heinz Vinegar ier gallon.
leal Location, Splendid
quipment. Strong I"ac I"ac-ty.
ty. I"ac-ty. Full College and
fonservafory Courses. I
rm.-.(fiWTiiiiiwii i i
ABTmJ ORATORY SPECIALTIES.
70th Session Begins
Sept. 11th. For Infor Information
mation Information Address the
Secretary, Box 15.
The odor of stale perspiration about
t lie body can be gotten rid of by using
a little of DARRY'S PP.OPH YL ACTIO
FLUID in the hath tub. It purifies the
s-kin thoroughly and lends a refreshing
influence to the bafh. Price large bot bottle,
tle, bottle, fiOe. Sold by all druggists.
Odd Fellows meet Tuesday night.
Ryhee. teaming contractor iiv iiv-Keeling
Keeling iiv-Keeling Court, t'an'on. III.,
well rid of a sever- and annov-
case of k'lr.-v fivi'ils Tfis
I pained and he wa bothered
: headache; and d Iz
Foley Kidney Pil!s j
ian l in a few d.iys I f
j My life anl strength
ibaek. and I -h ep well
hv r my trouble and glad
mend Foley Kidney puis."
. . -C
lo Salt Racon ier lb 14c
13 lbs. Whole Grain Rice for Sl.OO
2I-lb. Sack Henry Clay Flour Sl.OO
12-lb. Sack- Henrv Clav Flour 50c
Pip.-ini fit U hfat oer Diickase . 15c
V(.nn Conkinir Oil 30c
direr :ed T
h berte- .Compound 1-aru
I to c-me:F Irui, potatoes, I xr peck.. 40c
"I was cured of diarrhoea by one
dose of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy." writes M. E.
Gebhardt. Oriole, Pa. There is noth'ng
better. For sale by all dealers.
OTICK Til MKMIIKKS OF
TIIE OCAL V HOARD OF TRADE
At the meeting of the board of
trade held June l&th it was decided to
change the dues from $12 annually to
i2, and the secretary be instructed to
publish for thirty days.
R. C. Muncaster, Secy.
TIIE TROfillESSlVE- PARTY
Ocala Lodge No. 699. Meets each
Thursday night in hall in Gary block.
Q. F. Mershon, Dictator.
X. L. stapp. Secretary.
OCALA LODGE NO. 280, B. P. O. K.
Ocala Lodee No. 286. Renevolent and
Protective Order of Elks, meets sec second
ond second and fourth Tuesday evenings In
each month. Visiting brethren always
welcome. Howell M. Hampton. E. U.
Joseph Rell, Secretary.
NOTICE OF IMPLICATION FOR TAX
Reeil I mler Sretloa H, Chapter
isss, I.mr of I'loHiln.
Notice is hereby clven that C. R.
Kreser. purchaser of tax certificates
No. r,.",:is. dated December 2. 1S"; cer
tificate No. 4240. dated April 3. 18!S;
certificates No. 3228 and 3255; certifi
cates No. 328, 3260 and 3261; certi certificates
ficates certificates No. 815, 819 of June 4. 106;
certificate No. 1101. dated June 3. 1!07,
certificates No. 1058, 10.,!, June 1st.
1108; certificates No. 71 721, 723. sale
of June 6. lt10. has filed said certifi certificates
cates certificates in my office, and has made ap application
plication application for tax deed to Issue in ac accords
cords accords ne with law. Said certificates
embrace the following described prop prop-ertv.
ertv. prop-ertv. situated in Marion county. Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, to-wit: Lot 1. of block "H": and
lots 1 to 12 in block "IV Allred's ad addition
dition addition to Ocala: lots 3. 7. S and 10 of
block "i"' Dunn's northwest ad to
Ocala: all of block H except lots-ll
and 13 in block "Q" and all of block
"O" except lots 3 and 14, Dunn's north northwest
west northwest ad to Ocala; all of lot 3, S. J.
CS reen's addition to Ocala; lots 3. 6. 7, 8,
P. 2 4. 2.. 2. 27. 28, 2'. 30. 31. 32. 33,
3 4. 4.'. 4::. 52. 53. 54, fifc. 75. 75. 78 Mtt Mtt-e.ieU'.s
e.ieU'.s Mtt-e.ieU'.s revi-ed ad to cala.
Toe aid land being assessed at the
late of issuance of said certificates in
the names of C. J. Allred. F. V. Ditto,
M. Middleton. Dan Thomas, R. J.
Mitchell, unknown. Acme Rrewlng Co..
John F. Dunn, estate of. T)avid Walton.
George s. McKinney. Fnless said certi certificates
ficates certificates shall be redeemed according to
law tax deed will issue thereon on the
10th dav of September, A. D. 1912.
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 7th day of August. A. D.
P12. T. Sistrunk.
Clerk Circuit Court.
Is the individual, man or woman, who
uses Foley Kidney Pill? for backache,
rheumatism, weak back and other kid kidney
ney kidney and bladder Irregularities. Foley
Kidney Pills are healing, strengthen strengthening,
ing, strengthening, tonic, and auick to produce ben beneficial
eficial beneficial results. Contain no harmful
drugs. Never sold in bulk. Put up in
sealed bottles. The genuine in a yel yellow
low yellow package. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
CONCORDIA LODGR F. U. OF A.
Concordia Lodge. Fra'.ernal Union of
rr.erica. meets in Yonge's Hall on the
second Thursday eveninc of each
nonth. Geo. L. Taylor, F. M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary.
TIIE TRIALS OF
"I am a traveling salesman." writes
E. E. Younge, E. Berkshire. Va.,
NOTR E OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
Deed I mlrr I n of Chapter
Inns, I.atva of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that W. C.
Grimes, purchaser of tax certificate
No. !'2. dated the 1st day of June, A.
D. i:os. has filed said certificate In my
office, anl has made application for
tax deed to issue in accordance with
law. Said certificate embrace the fol following'
lowing' following' described property situated In
Marion county, Florida, to-wit N1 of
se'4 of nw4 sec 31 tp 17 r 23. The
s.iid land being assessed at the date
of the issuance of such certificate In
the name ,,f Fannie Prown. Cnless
said certificate shall be redeemed ac according
cording according to law. tax deed will Issue
thereon on the 10th day of September,
A. D. R12.
"Witne-s mv official signature and
ea lihis the 7th day of August. A. D.
1 1 2 T. Kislrunk.
l-rk circuit Court Marion Co. Fla.
to ree vni vni-Try
Try vni-Try them.
NOTICE TO CREDITOR
A TR VVELER
Notice is hereby given to all credl-
fiti- li. r..t.i. ilistriViiitac. anil nil
ar.d j 0;;-,..r '.arsons having claims and de-
was often troubled with constipation mands against the estate of Robert
..!,. t v-.- a v.;e Dr. i McDonald, deceased, to present said
, , .. V ,,
Life Pills, which i nave I"--
found an excellent remedy." For all
stomach, Itver or ikdney troubles they
are unequaled. Only 2." cents at Ty Ty-dings
dings Ty-dings Company.
rovtn to tne unuersignea
within one year from the date of the
first publication of this notice, to-wit:
August 7th, P.12.
Robert J. McDonald.
As Administrator Estate of Robert D.
OCALA tVEXlXQ STAR, WEDXESDAV, AUGUST 101J5
Astisr "Tke Pltacer"
"Taswiaws Tugk.' etc
Dom. J. Lavln
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Long before six she was dressed,
and sitting before the mirror In her
room she laid on the last perfecting
touches with a short, stick of hard
red substance and a circular piece of
mossy-looking white stuff, which she
rubbed with a rotary motion round
and round her face. Her new dress of
raspberry pink crape betrayed the
hand of an expert In its gracefully
falling folds and the elegance with
which it outlined her slim, long-walst-ed
shape. Her artlflcially-reddened
hair waved back from her forehead in
glossy ripples; her face, all lines and
hoUowsrubbed from it, looked fresh
and youthful. With the subdued light
falling on her through the silk and
paper lamp shades, she looked a very
pretty woman, the darkness of her
long, brilliant eyes thrown into higher
relief by. the whiteness of her pow powdered,
dered, powdered, face.
She was tremulously nervous. Ev Ev-ery
ery Ev-ery sound caused her to start and
move to that part of the parlor whence
she could look down the long pas passageway
sageway passageway to the stair-head. Large
bunches of greeery were massed
here In the angles of the hall and
stood in the corners of the sitting sitting-room.
room. sitting-room. Bowls filled with violets and
roses were set on the table and man mantelpiece,
telpiece, mantelpiece, and the scent of these flow flowers,
ers, flowers, sweet and delicate, mingled with
the crude, powerful perfume that the
woman's draperies exhaled with every
movement. At Intervals she ran Into
her bedroom, seized the little, round,
soft wad of white and rubbed It over
her face with a quick concentric move movement,
ment, movement, drawing her upper lip down as
she did so, which gave to her counte countenance
nance countenance with its anxious eyes an ex exceedingly
ceedingly exceedingly comical expression.
It was nearly seven o'clock when
the bell rang. With a last hasty look
In the glass, she ran down the pas passageway
sageway passageway to the stair-head. It was
necessary to descend a few steps to a
turn on the stairs from whence the
lever that opened the door could be
worked. As she stood on the small
landing, thrown out in bright relief
by a mass of dark leafage that stood
In the angle of the wall, the door
opened and Dominlck entered. He
looked up and saw her standing there,
gaily I dressed, a brilliant, animated
figure, smiling down at him.
"Ah, Berny," he said in a quiet, un unemotional
emotional unemotional voice, "la that youf"
It was certainly not an enthusiastic
greeting. A sensitive woman would
have been shriveled by it, but Berny
was not sensitive. She had realized
from .the start that she would prob probably
ably probably have to combat the lingering sur surliness
liness surliness left by the quarrel. As Domi Dominlck
nlck Dominlck ascended, her air of smiling wel welcome
come welcome was marked by a bland cheery
unconsciousness of any past unpleas unpleasantness.
antness. unpleasantness. She was not, however, as
unconscious as she looked. She noted
his heaviness of demeanor, the tired
expression of his lifted face. He came
up the stairs slowly, not yet being
completely recovered, and it added to
the suggestion of reluctance, of diffi difficult
cult difficult and spiritless approach, that
seemed to encompass him In an un unseen
seen unseen yet distinctly-felt aura.
As he rose on a level with her, she
stretched out her hands and, laying
them on his shoulders, drew him
toward her and kissed him. The
coldness of his cheek, damp with the
toggf night air, chilled the caress
and she drew back from him, not so
securely confident In her debonair,
smiling assurance. He patted her
lightly on the shoulder by way of
greeting and said:
"How are you? All right?"
"Oh. I'm all right," she answered
with brisk, determined sprightliness.
"You're the one to ask about. You
walk stiff, still. How are your feet?"
She was glad to turn her eyes away
from his face. It looked very tired,
and the slight smile with which he
had greeted her stayed only on his
lips did not extend to his fatigued
eyes. He was evidently angry stilL
angry and unforgiving, and that he
should be so, when she was so anxious
to forget the ugly episode of the
quarrel and be gay and friendly again,
dashed her spirits and made her feel
unsure of herself and upset. She was
determined, however, to show him
that she had forgotten all about it,
and as he turned the angle of the
stairway she thrust her hand inside
his arm and walked up beside him.
They might have been a happy mar mar-tied
tied mar-tied couple, reunited after an ab absence,
sence, absence, slowly coming up the stairs
together arm in arm.
A few minutes later they were
seated opposite each other at dinner.
The little table glowed and gleamed,
all Berny's bravery of silver and glass
mustered for its adornment. The
choice and delicate dinner began with
a soup that Dominlck especially liked,
a fact which Berny hoped he would
notice and mention. She was one of
those women who have an unfailing
memory for what people like to eat;
a single expression of preference
would remain in her mind for years.
Dominlck and she had not lived to together
gether together for a month before she knew
everything in the way of food he liked
.or disliked. When she was annoyed
with him, or especially bitter against
his mother, she would order nothing
but dishes that he did not care for.
and when she was in a more friendly
mood, as to-night, she would take
pains and time to arrange a menu
composed of those he preferred. He
usually did not notice these rewards
and punishments, but Berny always
thought he did and was "too stub stubborn,"
born," stubborn," as she expressed it to herself,
to show that he was affected by them.
She observed to-night that he nei neither
ther neither remarked, nor seemed to relish
his food, but she made no comment,
talking on in a breathless, lively way,
asking questions of his trip, his acci accident,
dent, accident, and the condition of his feet,
as though there were no mortifying
recollections connected with the cause
of his sudden departure. Her only
Indication of embarrassment was a
tendency to avoid anything like a mo moment
ment moment of silence and to fly from one
subject to another. Dominlck an answered
swered answered her questions and told her
of his wanderings with a slow, care careful
ful careful exactness. Save In the freezing
of his feet, which matter he treated
more lightly, than it deserved, he was
open with her in recounting the small
happenings of what he called "his
holiday," from the time of his walk
from Rocky Bar to the day of hls hls-departure
departure hls-departure from Antelope.
They had progressed through the
fish to the entree when her questions
passed from his personal wanderings
and adventures to his associates. She
had been very anxious to get to this
point, as she wanted to know what
degree of Intimacy he had reached
with the Bonanza King. Several
times already she had tried to divert
the conversation toward that subject,
but It had been deflected by the young
man, who seemed to find less per personal
sonal personal topics more to his taste. Now
she was advancing openly upon it,
inquiring about the snow-bound group
at Perley's, and awarding to any but
the august name for which her ears
were pricked a perfunctory attention.
It was part of the natural perversity
of man that Dominlck should shy
from it and expend valuable time on
descriptions of the other prisoners.
"There was an actor there," he
said, "snowed in on his way to Sac Sacramento,
ramento, Sacramento, a queer-looking chap, but not
"An actor?" said Berny, trying to
look interested. "What did he act?"
"Melodrama, I think. He told me
he played all through the northwest
and east as far as Denver. The poor
chap was caught up there and was
afraid he was going to lose a Sacra Sacramento
mento Sacramento engagement'that I guess meant
a good deal to him. He was quite
interesting, been in the Klondike In
the first rush and had some queer sto stories
ries stories about the early days up there."
Berny's indifferent glance became
bright and fixed under the steadying
effect of sudden interest.
"Been in the Klondike?" she re
peated. "What was his name?"
"Buford, James Defay Buford. He'd
been an actor at the opera house at
"Buford," said Berny, turning to
place a helping of pease on the plate
the Chinaman held toward her. "I
never heard of him. I thought per perhaps
haps perhaps it might have been some actor
I'd seen play. I'd like to know an
actor in private life. They must be
She ladled a second spoonful of
pease on to her own plate and as she
began to eat them, said:
"It must have been interesting hav having
ing having the Cannons up there. When I
read in the paper that they were In
Antelope too, I was awfully glad be because
cause because I thought it would be such a
good thing for you to get to know the
old man well, as you would, snowed
in that way together."
"I knew him before. My father and
mother have been friends of his for
"I know that. You've often told me.
But that's a different thing. I thought
if he got to know you intimately and
liked you. as he probably would"
she glanced at him with a coquettish
smile, but his face was bent over his
plate-'why, then, something might
come of it, something in a business
way." She again looked at him, quick quickly,
ly, quickly, with sidelong investigation, to see
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how he took the remark. She did not
want to irritate him by alluding to his
small means, anyway on this night of
"It would be bo useful for you to get
solid with a man like Bill Cannon,"
she concluded with something of tim timidity
idity timidity in her manner.
Despite her caution, Dominlck
6eemed annoyed. He frowned and
gave his head an impatient jerk.
"Oh, there was nothing of that
kind," he said hurriedly. "We were
just snowed in at the same hotel.
There was no question of Intimacy or
friendship about It, any more than
there was between Judge Washburne
and me, or even the actor."
Berny was exceedingly disappoint disappointed.
ed. disappointed. Had the occasion been a less mo momentous
mentous momentous one she would have ex expressed
pressed expressed herself freely. In her mind
she thought It was "just like Domi Dominlck"
nlck" Dominlck" to have such an opportunity and
let it go. A slight color deepened the
artificial rose of her cheeks and for
a moment she had to exert some con control
trol control to maintain the silence that was
wisdom. She picked daintily at her
food while she wrestled with her Irri Irritation.
tation. Irritation. Dominlck showed no desire
to resume the conversation, and a si silence
lence silence of some minutes' duration rest rested
ed rested over them, until she broke It by
saying with a resolute cheerfulness
"Rose Cannon was there, too, the
paper said. I suppose you got to know
her quite well?"
"I don't know. I saw a good deal of
"Really, Berny, I Don't Know," An Answered
swered Answered the Victim.
her. There was only one sitting-room
and we all sat there. She was there
with the others."
"What's she like?" said Berny, her
curiosity on the subject of this spoiled
child of fortune overcoming her recent
"You've seen her," e answered,
"you know what she looks like."
"I've never seen her to know who
she was. I suppose I've passed her
on the streets and at the theaters. Is
she cordial and pleasant, or does she
give herself airs because she's Bill
Dominlck moved his feet under the
table. It was difficult for him to an answer
swer answer Berny's questions politely.
"She doesn't give herself the least
airs. She's perfectly simple and nat natural
ural natural and kind."
"That's Just what I've heard," his
wife said, giving her head an agree agreeing
ing agreeing wag. "They say she's Just as easy
and unassuming as can be. Did you
think she was pretty when you saw
her close to?"
"Really, Berny, I don't know," an answered
swered answered the victim In a tone of goaded
patience. "She looks Just the same
close to as she does at a distance. I
don't notice people's looks much. Yes,
I suppose she's pretty."
"She has blonde hair," said Berny,
leaning forward over her plate in the
eagerness of her interest. "Did it look
to you as If It was bleached?"
He raised his eyes, and his wife en encountered
countered encountered an unexpected look of an anger
ger anger in them. She shrank a little, be being
ing being totally unprepared for it.
"How should I know whether her
hair was bleached or not?" he said
sharply. "That's a very silly question."
Berny was taken aback.
"I don't see that it Is," she said
with unusual and somewhat stammer stammering
ing stammering mildness. "Most blonde-haired
women, even if they haven't bleached
their hair, have had It 'restored.'"
Dominlck did not answer her. The
servant presented a dish at his elbow
and he motioned It away with an Im Impatient
patient Impatient gesture.
Berny, who was not looking at him,
"What kind of clothes did she wear?
They say she's an elegant dresser,
gets almost everything from Paris,
even her underwear. I suppose she
didn't have her best things up there.
But she must have had something,
because the papers said they'd gone
prepared for a two weeks' trip."
"I never noticed anything she
"Well, Isn't that Just like you, Dom Dominlck
inlck Dominlck Ryan!" exclaimed his wife, un unable,
able, unable, at this unmerited disappoint disappointment,
ment, disappointment, to refrain from some expression,
of her feelings. "And you might know
I'd be anxious to near what she had
"I'm very sorry, but I haven't an
idea about any of her clothes. I think
they were always dark, mostly black
"Did you notice," almost pleadingly,
"what she wore when she went out?
Mrs. Whiting, the forelady at Hazel's
millinery, says she imported a set of
sables, muff, wrap and hat, for her
this autumn. Hazel says it was just
the finest thing of its kind you ever
laid your eyes on. Did she have them
"I couldn't possibly tell you. I don't
know what sables are. I saw her once
with a fur cap on, but I think it be belonged
longed belonged to Wllloughby, an Englishman
who was staying there, and used to
have his cap hanging on the pegs in
the hall. It's quite useless asking
me these questions. I don't know any anything
thing anything about the subject. Did you wind
the clock while I was away?"
He looked at the clock, a possession
OPEX DAY AXI N'IGHT
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of his own, given him In the days
when his mother and sister delighted
to ornament his rooms with costly
gifts and in which he had never be before
fore before evinced the slightest interest.
"Of course, I wound it Berny said
with an air of hurt protest. "Haven't
I wound it regularly for nearly three
This brought the subject of Rose
Cannon to an end and she was not al alluded
luded alluded to again during the dinner. The
conversation reverted to such happen happenings
ings happenings in the city as Berny thought
might interest her husband, and it
seemed to her that he was more
pleased to sit and listen to her chat chatter
ter chatter of her sisters, the bank, the thea theaters,
ters, theaters, and the shops, than to dilate any
further on his adventures in the
When the dinner was over, they re returned
turned returned to the front of the flat, where
next to the parior there was a tiny
hall-room fitted up as a smoking smoking-room
room smoking-room and den. It was merely a con continuation
tinuation continuation of the hall, and "the cozy
corner" which Berny had had a Polk
street upholsterer construct In it, oc
cupied most of the available space,
and crowded such visitors as entered
It into the corners. It had been Ber Berny's
ny's Berny's idea to have this room "lined with
books" as she expressed it, but their
joint possessions in this line consist consisting
ing consisting of some twenty-five volumes, and
the fact that the contracted space
made it impossible to accommodate
both the books and the cozy corner,
Berny had decided in favor of the lat latter.
ter. latter. She now seated herself on the
divan that formed the integral part of
this construction, and, piling the pil pillows
lows pillows behind her, leaned luxuriously
back under the canopy of variegated
stuffs which was supported by two
Dominlck sat in his easy chair. He
always smoked in this room and read
the papers, and presently he picked
them up from the table and began to
look them over. The conversation
languished, became spasmodic, and
finally died away. Berny, leaning back
on the cushions, tried several times
to revive it, but her husband from
among the spread sheets of the eve evening
ning evening press answered her with the In Inarticulate
articulate Inarticulate sounds of mental preoccu preoccupation,
pation, preoccupation, and sometimes with no sound
at all, till she abandoned the attempt
and leaned back under the canopy in
a silence that was not by any means
the somnolent quietude of after-dinner
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Martel, Aug. 7. Mr. W. B. Johnson
left for his home in Atlanta last Sun
iss Davis, who has been visiting
her sister, Mrs. J. A. Hicks, returned
to her home near White Springs last
We believe the editorial in a recent
issue of the Star regarding the poor
mail service on the Homosassa-Ocala
division of the A. C. I met with the
hearty approval of every resident on
this line, as it hit the nail squarely on
the head. We had been intending to
write something about it in these
items, which probably would not have
been clothed in quite suclf mild lan language
guage language as used by the editor. How However,
ever, However, we will let it go at that for the
present and in the meantime hope
that other towns along the line will
get busy and see if we cannot get a
Mr. Jack Sims of Tort Inglis, one of
our former residents, was a business
caller here the fore part of the week.
Martel has long been noted for its
social functions, the most of which
have been engineered by the fairer
sex of our town, but it remained for
our respected citizens, Messrs. J. n.
Warren and B. B. Register, to digress
from the long established rules of so society
ciety society and really and truly "entertain"
some ot their friends last Friday eve evening.
ning. evening. This party which was composed
exclusively of 'mere men," was held
at the home of Mr. Register, who is
keeping bachelor's hall during the ab absence
sence absence of his better half, who is visit visiting
ing visiting relatives in Georgia. The only
guests invited were members of the
Masonic order and as the writer has
not as yet reached this high pinnacle
of manhood, we were not present on
this auspicious occasion and conse consequently
quently consequently have to rely upon hearsay
for what took place there, but we be believe
lieve believe the question under discussion
was something like Our rights as
poor henpecked husbands and dare we
assert them?" The subject of the
founding of the great Masonic order
for the purpose of solving this mo momentous
mentous momentous problem was discussed pro
and con and some resolutions adopted
that is hoped will materially aid In the
emancipation of man from his thrall thrall-dom
dom thrall-dom of slavery. The writer as a man
of a family deeply appreciates the ef effort
fort effort of this noble order in this direc direction
tion direction and trusts that at some future
time he may reach that standard of
perfection necessary to become a mem member
ber member and pledges his support and co cooperation
operation cooperation in the great work. At a
late hour the hosts of the evening con conducted
ducted conducted their guests into the dining
room and seated them at a long table
covered with a snowy white spread
and neatly set and proceeded to serve
delicious ice cream and other edibles,
all of which had been prepared by
their own brawny hands in a way that
would have done Justice to the most
expert hostess. This part of the eve evening
ning evening proved an inspiration for those
present, as they were impressed with
the absurdity of the Masonic motto (as
we are not a Mason there can be no
harm in exposing one of their secrets)
that "woman is a necessary evil" as
it was conclusively proven that she is
an article of furniture that could be
dispensed with, and all left feeling
that the time had now arrived to come
out squarely and assert their Inde Independence.
pendence. Independence. Mrs. Hanson Connor of Ludawissa,
Ga., the widowed sister of Mrs. T. E.
Sullivan, Is to spend a month or so
with the SuJlivans.
Rev. W. F. Allen and family were In
Martel a few hours last Wednesday,
en route to Georgia and North Caro Carolina.
lina. Carolina. Mr. B. G. Lake's father and mother,
who have been spending a few weeks
in Martel. returned to their home In
Jacksonville last Friday.
Mrs. H. W. Long is spending the
week in Jacksonville with relatives.
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Effective May 1st and Continuing Until November 1p
WILL BE OPERATED ON THE
EUROPEAN PLAN (Exclusively;
Finest Cafe in the State in Connection
Rooms Without Bath, $1.00 per D;iy and Up
Rooms With Bath S2.00 per Day and Up
T. M. WILSON, Proprietor and Manaucr
1 $65 Dining Room Set, Table. Chairs and Closet, like new
1 Mahogany Parlor Set, 3 pieces, loose cushions, only
1 Wicker Parlor Set, 6 pieces, good condition, only .'
1 6-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 Records, Bargain at only ....
1 used Graphophone and 8 Records, very .cheap at
Lot of used Records, some good as
Graphophone Needles, soft tone, 20
Mosquito Canopies, Steel Frames,
The Motorcycle with
This is how an enthusiastic rider describes his 1912 Indian. The
Indian's "flexibility of speed control is mainly due to
.The Variable Speed
This device enables the Indian rider to
peea rrom i to ou miles an hour by merely moving
the clutch lever the right degree. By thia action the
dutch can be "lipped- and the machine driven at
the speed best suited to the moment.
In other words, the Variable Speed and Free Engine
Clutch is the means by which the motor power is fed
to the machine at the will of the rider.
This feature and magneto supplied without extra
11 lAIA ft
caarge on au mi Model Indians.
Ask for a free demonstration.
13. IF. CONDON
Distributor for Marion County
L, F. BLALOGK
Office Over Commercial Bank
Office Hours. 8 to 12 a. m. 1 to 3
p. m. Paone 211.
W. 0. BLANCHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
P. O. BOX 46
Rheumatism. Sciatica, Stiff Neck, Neuralgia
and Lame Back are painful ailments and it la
desirable to get rid of them quickly. For
prompt and sure relief, rub In
It is a Wonderful Pain Cure and
It i5etrates the flesh to the bone, vrarrns tho Joints, relax
the muscles. ca?es the pain and restores strength and comfort.
For healing cuts, wounds, burns, 2orcs and abrasions of the flesh
It Is very effective.
As a household remedy, for the accidents nnl ailments that are
always occurring In the family, It has no superior. It should bo
kept on hand so that It can be used promptly. It begins tho
mending process as soon as It is applied and In all minor injuries
it not only cures quickly, but heals without a sccr.
Price 25c, 50c and 31.00 per Bottle.
j axis r. BAium pfioHtitTs sr. ibm, mo.
Stepacaa Eye Sal re la m safe mud apeedy remedy far. Sore Eye.
new, at. 2(e, aOc, 40 eacll
0 for t
large size, $1.90; for Iron beds, $3
ol Variety Store
"Count the Indians
On the Roadi'S
4 H.P. SiotU Cylitvlcr
7 UJP. Tiria Cyluder
a Thousand Speeds I"
and Free Engine Clutch
C, J. PHILLIPS
Contractor and Builder
Plan ana tsncrirication FuroUhcu
12U South Third Street
OCALA ft- LOIIDA
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates Made on All Con
tract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in 0e dir.