The Ocala evening star


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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Physical Description:
v. : ; 61 cm.
Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )


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

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For All ol the Domes
lll-lifll CO.
Theus-Zachry Co,
VOL. 19.
NO. 58.




P. O. BOX 10



Contractor and- Builder
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rnrr Independ-rnrr and I'olltlral IVUdom

dental surgeons

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Holder RIock.






Sea Girt, New Jersey, Aug. 8. Gov Governor
ernor Governor Wilson was officially notified
yesterday that he had been nominat nominated
ed nominated for president of the l.'nited State?
by the democratic party.
Briefly and simply the governor was
notified of the honor by Senator-elect
Ollie James of Kentucky, who empha emphasized
sized emphasized the fact as he said the governor
had obtained the honor of the nomina nomination
tion nomination untrammelled by obligations of
any sort and unembarrassed by af affiliation
filiation affiliation of any kind.
Though the governor spoke In ac acceptance
ceptance acceptance of .the nomination theoretical theoretically
ly theoretically only to the fifty-two members of
the notification committee represent representing
ing representing every state and territory In the
Union his speech was heard by a

jreat throng, which had gathered on

the lawn in front of the "Little White
House." The speech sounded the
depths of his political philosophy and

was well received. Prominent demo

crats and governors of nearly a score

of states were present.

Governor Wilson declared that the

democratic party must speak not to

catch votes, but to satisfy thought and
conscience In a political crisis. "Plain

ly, it is a new age," he said. "The
forces of the nation are asserting
themselves against every form of spe special
cial special privilege and private control, and
ar seeking bigger tilings than they
have ever heretofore achieved."
Two ireit Tnk
"There are two great thing to do.
One la to set up the role of justice and
of right In such matters as the tariff,

the regulation of the trusts and the
prevention of monopoly, the adaptation
of our banking and currency laws to

the very uses to which our peopl

must put them, the treatment of those

who do the daily labor in our factories

and mines and throughout all our
great industrial and commercial under undertakings,
takings, undertakings, and the political life of the
people of the Philippines, for whom wh
hold governmental power in trust, for
their service, not uur own The other,
tbn 'additional duty is the great task
of protecting our people and our re resources
sources resources and of keeping open to the
whole people thp doors of opportunity
throuuh which they must, generation
by generation. pass if they are to

make conquest of their fortune in
health, in freedom, in jeace. and in
contentment. Jn the performance of
this second great duty we are face to
face wlkh question of conservatism
and of development, questions of for forests
ests forests and waterpowers and mines and
waterways, of the building of an ade adequate
quate adequate merchant marine.
We have got into trouble in recent
years chiefly because these Urge
thing Wblch: ought to have been

handled by taking counsel with

At 3 o'clock. Saturday morning, July
:7, an angel visited the home of Mr.

land Mrs. I. W. Nix and took away Mrs.
Nix's beloved mothf-r, Mrs. Nancy Mc-

Ateer. She was ill two weeks, during
which time she was t-nderly nursed by

I her granddaughter, Cre-da, with the

hope that a change f r the better
would soon take place, but she grew

steadily worse until they knew mat

God had surely called her from this

world of pain and sorrow.

Mrs. McAteer was a Christian wo

man and was loved by all who had the

pleasure of knowing ;:f-r. Kveryro.jy

was her friend. She male her home

with her only daughter, Mrs. Mx,
since the death" of her husband, Mr.

Fred McAteer, twenty-seven years a-;o.

She was a mother to her four grand

children nnd they loved her as a
mother, and it was hard indeed to si ve

rier up.

HE fi Sit


Don't think of her a. eaddjrLtaaJertaker were required and not a

children: think of her as an angel and

that she is always near you. She will
never tire of watching over you, try trying
ing trying to guide your footsteps, that you

may come to her some day. Think.

dear ones, you who are left behind, that

she is free from all her troubles and
trials. She has gone to rest forever,
where she can always wear a smile.

for she is where there is no pain to

drive the smiles away.

Mrs. McAteer was seventy-six years
of age. She was born in South Caro Carolina,
lina, Carolina, and came to Florida when a girl.

and made this state her home. As soon

as she was taken ill Dr. T. K. Slaugh Slaughter
ter Slaughter was sent for. He did all that med medical
ical medical science could do; he was faithful
to the end, but all was in vain, for God
wanted her to come home, for he loves
u shining star. She leaves behind to
mourn her death one daughter, four
grandchildren, twu great grandchild grandchildren,
ren, grandchildren, a sister and a brother, all of whom
were with her at the end.
W'm extend our deepest sympathy to
the loved ones. Grieve not, dear ones,
mama and grandma is at rest, where
we can go to her some day if we will
only try. A Friend.

Miami Motorcycle Illiler Wa Hurled
from llln Marhlne Ae;alnt a
Telephone Pole
The Miami Herald gives the follow following
ing following graphic description of the death
f Walter Jenkins in tnat city Sunday:
Three times did Walter Jenkins
tempt fate with a motorcycle, and the
third time it zox. him. Twice he was
patched up by Dr. .orth as a result of

an accident, but a wooden .shroud will

be his this time. After colliding with

a telephone pole head-on while travel-





our. the services of



tga?;e, Freight, Pianos, Furauurt
Safes a Specialty. Careful and

rppt Attention Qhen All Orders I iarj?e a number of persons as possible


11 Hp I

Washington Seminary


Tlia Snnlh', HI heftlltiflll Stuilnarr. SIOO.0W

if print park n't buiMine oil tHK.ui l'acU l'acU-ras
ras l'acU-ras stlMOi. Briiiu( Jpuartnirnt limited; ooU-

l faculty ol eighteen specialists. Mnali clauses;
sua! course fr graduation with t'nnnrvatury
.Wantns-na la Piano. Pip Organ. Villn. Voir,

firs, f.apmaion. pomoatio fcino, Physical Cult-

rn. Cartinratn admits to I 1ms A colleges. 1 Qiny Qiny-ftli
ftli Qiny-ftli ir. Illustrated catalog.

t-l-wcl!yn D. & Emma B. Scetl, Principals.

because they touch every Interest and

the life of every clas and region;
have In fact been too often handled In
private conferences. They have been
settled by very small and often de

liberately exclusive groups of men who

undertook to speak for the whole na

tion, very honestly It may be." liut Very
Ignorantly sometimes, and very short

sightedly, too, a poor substitute for
genuine common counsel. No group of

directors, economic or political, can

speak for a people. They have neither

the point of view nnr the knowledge

Our difficulty I3 not that wicked and

designing men have plotted against us,
but that our common affairs have been

determined upon too narrow a view,

and bv too private an Initiative. Our

task now is to effect a great readjust

ment and get the forces of the whole
people once more into Play. We need

no revolution; we need no excited

change; we need only, a new point of

view and a new method and spirit of

The TarllT
The tariff, said Mr, Wilson, has v

solved itself into a ytem of favors by

which the republican party sought to
keep the interests in good. It must

be reformed, not 30 suddenly and
drastically as to upset business, but
steadily, sensibly and consistently.

Hanking anil Currency
In dealing with the complicated and

Accictmt 11flPn rPflllired difficult question of the reform of our

tTiat we ought tc consult very many
persons besides the bankers, not be because
cause because we distrust the bankers, but be because
cause because they do not necessarily compre comprehend
hend comprehend the business of the country, not notwithstanding
withstanding notwithstanding they are indispensable
servants of lt and may do a vast deal
to make it hard or eay. No mere
banker's vlaw will meet the require requirements,
ments, requirements, no matter how honestly con conceived.
ceived. conceived. It should be merchants' and
farmers' plans as well, elastic in the
hands of those who use It as an indis indispensable
pensable indispensable part t)f their daily business
The Phlllpninen


11)12 Oen In, Florida l!:i
The year will lie divided into three

ession3 of four mpnths each. rail
ession o-inr, Sept. 2nd and closes.

EWe. SJOth. Spring session opens Jan.

th and closes April 2'. Summer ses-

on In the mountains of northeast

Georgia, from May :th to Aug. '22.

Transportation will be secured for

the pupils at easy rates in private

oach from the nioit accommodating

railroad system that will carry us
forth and back. This accords with our

Prst plan of our Georgia-Florida col-

ge. The dally session in Florida is

our to five hours; in Georgia during

ummer, from two to three hours.
Our classes will be graded strictly

from this on. And under our explan

atory system bright students yrill

make a grade every four months. We

iavt abided, to our faculty an elegant

gentleman, a famous teacher and dis disciplinarian,
ciplinarian, disciplinarian, Air. 11. :. 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

we affirm that no man or woman with
'rright children will ever regret plac

ing them with us.

Address for rates, irms, etc., Geo.

C. L.ooney, 62 Fort King avenue, 'tan.



brmerly Smith & Rohcrte)
Lvnl nif nnH

tildl Ullcuiuid aim

Licensed Embalmers

nhvsician. He lived less than ten

minutes after the accident, never re regaining
gaining regaining consciousness.
I'ite yesterday afternoon several
motorcyclists pre-empted the boule boulevard
vard boulevard from Twelfth street north for a
mile or moce. throwing their machines
wide open on the straight away
stretches and hitting- a pace that was
suicidal us well as terrific. Among
the racers was Jenkins, who seemed to
have no fear whatever. When he
passed it was but a streak of noise
and an odor of za;solln.
The accident happened about 6
o'clock, almost in front of the city
hospital. Eyewitnesses to the affair
say it was caused by Jenkins losing losing-control
control losing-control when he hit t lie railroad tracks.
Without lessening his speed in the
least, he struck tiie rails, the impact
throwing him out of his seat. In fall falling
ing falling lie dropped on the machine back
of the saddle, and while he retained
hold of the handles he apparently lost
his head. Just beyond the tracks there
is a slight turn.-but soing at the
frightful speed and with his wits be befuddled
fuddled befuddled it took but an instant to cover

the distance between the crossing and
a telephone pole, ;ibout a hundred
yards ahead.
I'.efore !tt knew what had happened
h-. wtruek the pole head-on. leaving
tiie machine and smashing with a ter ter-rif'ic
rif'ic ter-rif'ic foice- a.- the motorcycle had done,
tiie imprint -r the polo being deeply
made into the side of his face. Top

pling off the wheel in a heap, by the
time those who saw the accident reach reached
ed reached his sile he was bathed in a sea of
blood, was unconscious and breathing
spasmodically. With what terrible
force he struck may be inferred by the
fact that tlu- pole, ordinarily erect was

shoved over until it stood at an angle
of probably .".0 degrees.
Dr. Wray was one of the first to
reach the scene of the accident, open opening
ing opening Jenkins' shirt and Uuding a faint
heart beat. W';t hr assistance of a
eon ply oitiers the doctor had the in injured
jured injured man carried into ht hospital,
but a few steps away, and Dr. Jack Jackson
son Jackson and Dr, North were summoned.
Jenkins never regained consciousness,
passing away within a few minutes
after tiie arrival of the physicians. A
hurried investigation showed the low lower
er lower part of the head to he little better
than a pulp. Doth jaws were shatter shattered,
ed, shattered, the frontal imnes were caved in.
the U'U shoulder broken and the con

cussion was such as to cause heavy
hetnorrhas-es at both ears. the nose
and mouth.

Wacahoota. August. 8. The intense
heat of the past week was broken on
Wednesday afternoon by a dreadful
electric storm followed by a torrent of
rain and hail. Since then heavy rains
have fallen every day and the atmos atmosphere
phere atmosphere is cool and pleasant
Mefsrs. Retis and Cedrfe Smith and
Misses Alta Deck, Carrie Barco and
Catherine Carlisle formed a jolly party
who attended the ball game between
Micanopy and Mcintosh on the Mica Mica-nopy
nopy Mica-nopy diamond on Wednesday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Owing to the rain only six in innings
nings innings were played. The score was six

to two in favor of Micanopy.

Mrs. T. N. Smith and her niece. Miss

Leola Smith left Friday for White
Springs. We sincerely hope the wa waters
ters waters of that place will greatly benefit

Mrs. Smith and also bring the roses
to Miss Leola's cheeks.

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dradley and
laughter, Lucile. returned Thursday

from a visit to relatives at Trenton.

Miss Carrie P.areo returned to her

home at Cotton Plant Friday, after a

pleasant visit to Mrs. J. M. Smith.
Messrs. Bob Jones and Milton
Sherod of Taeoma were the guests of
Mr. Cedric Smith Friday night.
We are certainly glad to report Mr.
Harvey Bruton improving and we hope
he will soon be up again.
Miss Catherine Carlisle, after spend spending
ing spending some time visiting in our midst,
returned to her home in Ocala Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. Mrs. J. O. Tyson and children re returned
turned returned Sunday from a ten days visit to
relatives at Gainesville and Melrose.
Mr. Tyson went over Saturday to Mel Melrose
rose Melrose to accompany them home.
Mr. Cedric Smith was a business vis.
itor to Williston last Saturday.
Mr. V. P. Smith is visiting relatives
in Ocala this week.
Mr. Porter Hull of lieddick was a
week end visitor to Mrs. F. J. Bruton.

10O It KAY A It D, flOO


The' readers of thlj 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 U taken internally, act

ing directly upon the blood and mu

cous surface's of the system, thereby
destroying the foundation of the di

sease, and giving the patient strength
by building up the constitution and as

sisting nature in doing Its work. The

proprietors have so much faith in Its

curativ? 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, "Sc. Take
Hall's Family Pills for constipation.



Answered Promptly Night
Day, to All Parts ol City
or Country

brs Located Between Ideal
eater and Express OHicc



Orange Springs. Aug. Mr. W. H.

McGahagin of Oklawaha returned to
his home yesterday after several days
spent with iiis daughter. Mrs. J. B-


Misji Clara Auschaurpt is a pleasant

visitor here. She is looking over some
real estate for her brothers who reside

in Texas.
Mr. J. W. Townsend is rushing the
work on his house, and it .-j in u very
pretty location, near the pavilion,
where, there are some stately live oaks.
Mrs. J. It. Wimberly has accepted the
school at this place. Mrs. Wimberly

as Miss McGahauin is well known to
the patron- and everyone is well pleas pleased
ed pleased to have her teach. She has taught
three, successful terms here. We are
all congratulating ourselves on our
good fortune.

W. II. Massey, Jr., of Santa I-e. made

a brief visit to relatives here last week.

Rev. M. M. Lord has returned from

his vacation and tilled his regular ap appointment
pointment appointment here last Sunday.

Mrs. I'un.VH of Ih O.-ala brocery

Cumpanj was calling on the merchants

here yesterday.

Hc-. iTthel Waits. Dottie Dittledale.

v- 1

Hester Webb. Francis La ughinghouse. I

Mamie Wallace. Mr. 11. II. Word won

Mr. P.ud Waits and Mi-s, tqa Adk-nson
were a party of youim folks chaperon

ed by Mr. and Mrs. Glen Moore who

spent last Tuesday at Orange Springs,
enjoying the fine bathing and a basket

Mr. and Mrs. J. H. LaRue of Fort Me-

Cov were the guest or .Mr. una .wrs.

F. H. Pedrick.

Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Wilson were vis

itor here last week.

Mrs W. R. Massey of Santa Fe spent

Mr. Wilson made lt plain that he lls veek her,. tno guest of relatives.

Xo One In Oeala Who Ha Hail a nail
Hack Can Ignore Thl Double
Does your back ever ache?
Have you suspected your kidneys?
Raclcachc is kidney ache,
With it comes dizzy spells.
Sleepless nights, tired, dull days.
Distressing urinary disorders.
Cure the kidneys to cure lt all.
Doan's Kidney Pills bring quick re

Br in 3 many thorough, lasting cures.
You have read Ocala proof.
Read now the Ocala sequel.

Renewed testimony; tested by time.
C. F. Hays, 271 Orange St., Ocala.
Fla.. says: "I think that heavy lifting
caused by kidneys to become disorder disordered.
ed. disordered. I suffered intensely from pains in
mv back and often I was so stiff and

lame that I cauid hardly do my work.
I also had headaches. When a friend
told me about Doan's Kidney Pills. I
began using them. I am now glad
that I did so for they gave me more
relief than all the other medicines 1
had ever taken. To say that I endorse
Dean's Kidney Pills is puting the fact
mildly." (Statement S'vn May 13,


A Lasting Effect

In March. 1011, when Mr. Hays was
interviewed, he said: "I gladly confirm

mv former endorsement of Poan's Kid

ncy Pill--, for the V.tunt they brought

me nas PC-cn mfim-. ioi m-aj iun-

tinue to publish my statement."

For sale by all dealers. Price 0

cents. Foster-Milburn io., iuaaio,

New York, sole agents for the United


Remember the name Doan's and

take no other.

Mcintosh, August 8. About all the
farmers can do these rainy days is to
lay in a supply of stove wood.
Mrs, Yelverton who made a short
visit to her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J.
S. Thomas, returned to Palatka Mon

day morning.
.Jr. John Allen of Quincy spent sev several
eral several days with- his brother, W. K. Al Allen
len Allen last week.
Mrs. Anna Smith of- Jacksonville
was here this week, looking after her
interests in this vicinity.
Miss Myrtle Ganger left Monday to
visit near Palatka.
Mr. J. K. Christian was in Ocala and

Dunnellon this week on business.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Gist have re returned
turned returned from their trip to Green Springs
feeling many years younger.
Among Tuesday's departures were
Mrs. Ida Smith. Miss Louise Dickson.
Mrs. L. M. Baldwin. Miss Bobbie Bald Baldwin
win Baldwin and Dr. I. W. Waddell, all bound
for points in Georgia. Mrs. Baldwin

will go to New York in a few weeks.

Mr. J. W. Turnipseed and Mr. Robert

Andrews, who were here for a short

visit, have returned to their home in


Mr. Will Cameron returned this week

from a trip to Chester, S. C.

The directors of the Mcintosh Tele

phone Company held a meeting Wed Wednesday,
nesday, Wednesday, to talk over some proposed

Socially things are unusually quiet

around Mcintosh, owing to the ram
and warm weather.

The Misses Hamilton have given

two dsnees within the last ween in

honor of their visitors, the Misses

Mr. W. R. Allen left Wednesday for

a trip uown me easi coasi.


First j


does not consider the Philippines as a

possession of the United States, but

held in trust for the Filipino people, to
be returned to them when thV are

capable of self-government..

The democratic party should carry
- . M I 1 I ..sAsa.M.i

on the worK 01 miunu wairrnKi 1 flnih the Panama canal with a

view to making It a great interna

tlonal highway, and should vigorously

no to work to build up a great mer

chant marine.

He concluded by saying that In no

sense was he willing for the cam

pain to be one of personalities

so far as he was concerned it
deal only with national Issues.




The young folks enjoyed a dance a:

the pavilion last Friday ni-'ht.

Mr. lt. A, Carlton is improving ais

place, having the rooms painted ano
i.anered and building new fences and

adding more room to the house. When

finished Mr. Carlton will nave a most
comfortable home.

Mr. Geo. A. Mawman spent Saturday

ln Interlachen.

Mr. M. C Lauffer visited Palatka

last Friday.

Mrs. G. W. Riles of Hawthorn is a

pleasant visitor at the springs toss

Mr. John Livingston and wife. Mr.

and Mrs. Perry and son of Ldgar. at

tended church here Sunday.

Bite of poisonous Insects that cause

the flesh to swell up must be treated

with a healing antiseptic that will

counteract the poison ana neai trie

MKNT LINI-MKNT answers every requirement in

such cases. Trice 25c. ."0c and ?1 per

bottle. Sold by all druggists.






should be not only
elegant but everlasting. Good looking silver silverware
ware silverware in your lome leaves an impression on
visitors and friends that exists after all other
impressions fade. We invite you to look to today
day today over our specially selected stock of the
latest designs in beautiful silverware.


fn TTTiTT TTTTYTATI 1 if 1 1 M l I I



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

A well improved farm of twenty

r-eres. southeast of SummerfU-M. Good

house, barn and cranary. good chicken
houses and run?; two horses and

wa'-'on and harne?s. Will sell stock

c.niriti.iv or with farm. O. H. Baum.

Summerfield. Fla. P. O. Box ?8.

There are two things everlastingly
at war, ioy and piles. But Bucklen's

, the market where QUALITY I Arnica Salve will banish piles in any
,"...,.. future tosrethei form. It soon subdues the itching, ir-

rN VFSS and REASONS- ritation. inflammation or swelling. It

. . .1r Tr -1AliriWt"!f I'tfilll.l'l La 111 TIVl.J J

ICRS It 13 me ina.i ...

SUre OI l" k. .--1.1- nlmnt. skin

plu, good, couorteou,. prompt -- T;Mlng3 rolson and the

hot days are the days that & Company,

e excellence of our refrlgerat-

pment and our sanitary con-

l-wlll YOU prove mem in

WN satisfaction by trying us.
5 108.

Stepping on a rusty nail has been

the cause of many cases or locKjaw.
The naii was not so much the fault as
neslect of the wound. If such wounds

were cleansed and BALLARD'S LINI LINI-MKNT
MKNT LINI-MKNT applied there would be no lock

jaw, as the antiseptic properties 01

the liniment would counteract the

wound would heal

quickly. Trice 2 c. 0e and $1 per bot bottle.
tle. bottle. At all druggists.


lo stomach, liver

and kidney


troubles just like other people, with
tike results in loss of appetite, back

ache, nervousness, headache, and tired.

feelin-. But there

is no need to feel like that as T. D.

T-,. ia- lI.-.T,n- Tertn nroved. "Six

bottles of Electric Bitters," he writes

"did more to zive me new strength
nnd -rood aroetite than all other stom

ach remedies I used." So they help
M ...

everybody. Its follow to saner :ieo

this irreat remedy will help you iro

the first dose. Try it. Only
at Tydings & Co.

Mr. B. F. Borden, local secretary of

the civil service ooara ior mis sec

tion, advertises an examination to be
held in Ocala August 10th, in the post-

office building, for a rural carrier for

Burbank. The usual entrance salary
for rural carriers is from $600 to

$1000 per annum. The age limit Is
from 18 to 53. the maximum limit,
however, being waived In cases of
Jionorably discharged United States

soldiers and sauors. tuccessiunj

Dating 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

Ocala postofflce.

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

Commercial Bank.
The Munroe & Chambliss Bank.

Funeral Directors
Undertakers and Embalmers
Fine Caskets and Burial Rotes

D. E



Funeral Iireelor.
Work Doi.e Ly License"! Hm-

balmen and Fullr lnaran.ooT.

Phones: D. K. Mclver. 101: C. V. Rob

erts. 305: UndertaKing umce.

o0 cer .s


W. II. MARSH, Proprietor.


Open for engagement November 1st.
Practical farmer: understand growing
all farm and truck crops, stock rais raising
ing raising and handling in all its branches.
Improving and building up worn-out
lands a specialty. Address Box 287,
Ocala, Fla,


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.

Tht- bissvst load of wood in the city
for SI. delivered to your hous. Phone
22". Ocala Lumber .Sr Supply Company.

An Imported lot of Japanese Tea Cup'.

nn sale during the next ten days for

$1.15 per set at the Oeala News Co.


curec Kidnev. Diaaoer auu 1

troubles. $1 bottle seldom fails to give

quick and permanent relief. Write far
local testimonials. Dr. E. W. Hall. 2026
m;ve street. St. Louis, Mo. Sold by all



Merchants Cafe. A. C L. depot cor

ner. Meals a la carte and lunches rt

any hour.

Accurate Dulldlng Plans, Blue Prlnte
and .Spe.iflcatlons made. Lands Bur Bur-reyed
reyed Bur-reyed and Platted. Close Estimates
fcade on Erection of Buildings of any
Character by contract or on commis commission
sion commission basis, write or consult m at
Nortkneit Corner Oeala Hoim fl I otic

In Automobile
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 lt 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.

Florida Aollo Sales o.

North of Government Building

Ocala. Fla



Bittinger & Carroll Proprietors.
II. It. Carroll, Uuslness Manager.

J. II. Ilrnjamln, Editor.

Kntered In the postoffice at Ocala,
Fla., as second class mail matter.



The following' from the Citerary
Digest shown that Colonel Roosevelt
was not any too wise In adopting the
bull as his emblem:
When Colonel Roosevelt exclaimed
In Chicago that he felt like a bull
moose, he probably had "little Idea that
he was adding a new animal to the
political menagerie and giving the
cartoonists and paragraphers the
chance of their lives. Rut if he didn't,
he has found it out since. And along
with it, we have all discovered how
little we know about this denizen of
the wildwood. whose feelings are

seemingly so similar to those of a
great statesman about to go on the
rampage. The editor of the New York
Independent, unable to restrain his
curiosity about the bull moose's traits,
appealed to Rev. William J. Cong who
was denounced by the colonel some
time back as a "nature-faker," and Mr.
Long has responded feelingly. He
writes what we fear Is a rather satir satirical
ical satirical article, prefaced with a letter to
the editor, in which he disclaims any
expert knowledge of the subject, say saying
ing saying that he has met only three or four
hundred moose in their native haunts.
He congratulates himself, however, on
having found in a second-hand shop
an old volume written by "T. Roose Roosevelt,
velt, Roosevelt, who, you remember, once had
considerable local reputation as a
naturalist, especially among federal
office-holders whose positions were not
secured by civil service regulations."
And he goes on:
I find upon examination that the es esteemed
teemed esteemed author actually killed two bull
moose that were not looking and chas chased
ed chased three more that would not wait to
be shot. Ife was also Intimate with
Hank Griffin, who once saw a moose
somewhere .out West. Ife speaks,
therefore, with authority.
That Mr. Cong has a poor opinion of

the bull moose is made very, very plain
In the following paragraphs from his
The bull moose lives on the public
domain and is a very wasteful feeder.
As T. Roosevelt well says, "no beast is
more destructive to the young growths
of a forest." When his great paunch is
full to bursting of the delicacies he
has gathered from the common supply,
he wanders toward his day-bed, strip stripping
ping stripping the bark from tender young
trees, especially of the rarer and more
beautiful kind, like the mountain ash
and the striped maple. His method is
to strike his strong front feet into the
bark and tear off a great strip by lift lifting
ing lifting his head. He chews a bit of this,
only to throw it aside and strip an another
other another tree further on. In trailing a
bull moose one can often follow his
course far ahead by the unsightly
gashes or "peelings" which he leaves
behind him. Another destructive meth method
od method of feeding is by riding down young
trees whose tops are above his reach.
He straddles the trunk, bending it
down by his great weight, holding it
under his belly while he eats all the
buds and tender twigs. A tree thus
moose-ridden rarely recovers. It re remains
mains remains bent or broken, like a discarded
boss; it can not breathe without its
leaves; it dies and the winter snows
cover it from sight.
Another noticeable characteristic of
the bull moose is his inordinate and
unchangeable selfishness. Whether
roaming the woods in solitude, or tear tearing
ing tearing up the earth, or coming headlong
to the call, he is thinking, first, last,
and all the time of the safety of his
own skin and the fulness of his own
stomach. I can take oft my hat to a
cow moose, having frequently seen her
sacrifice herself to save her offspring
or to protect the herd in the winter
yard; but I never yet saw a bull moose
do anything for anybody but himself.
He is the incarnation of Self-interest.
A cow, or even a calf moose, if she
sees danger approaching, will warn
the others before she takes the first
step for her own safety; but a bull
moose will sneak away silently at the
first sniff of peril, leaving all others
to look out for themselves. And that,
by the way. Is the real reason why a
female animal Is Invariably found at
the head of a band of moose or deer of
any kind. If they are approaching
danger, you will invariably find the
cows ahead, the calves close behind,
while far In the rear comes the bull,
taking care not to expose his precious
hide, and running from a safe dis distance
tance distance at the first warning of danger.
This characteristic of the noble totem,
however, need not be emphasized un unless,
less, unless, perchance, the new party goes
over bodily to the suffragettes.
Further indications of the bull's es essential
sential essential selfishness are found in his fre frequent
quent frequent abuse and browbeating of all
other moose that are smaller than him himself.
self. himself. He can not tolerate a rival, but
tlies into a jealous rage at the first
suggestion that there is any other
bull moose in the universe. His voice
at such times Is a squeaking grunt,
ridiculously small for so great an -animal,
which sounds like ungwuli!
ungwuh! Herein we have a suggestion
of those ferocious warriors described
in Parkman's 'Conspiracy of Pontiae,"
who always began a speech by shout shouting
ing shouting "Ongewehonwe!" which, in the
tongue of that tribe, means, "I am the
only man; all others are squaws or
At all times the bull moose is easily
fascinated by too bright a light.' Oc Occasionally,
casionally, Occasionally, when I am studying the
animals at night, with a jack in the
bow of my canoe, I run across his lord lordship
ship lordship tilling himself with lush lily lily-roots.
roots. lily-roots. Most animals will stare at the
Jack for a time, and then turn away
into the woods. Knough limelight is
as. good as a feast' for a sensible crea creature.
ture. creature. Now and then, however, I meet
a bull moose that stares too long at
the light, much as a politician might
look too much upon glory, and he ends
by floundering headlong toward the
thing that dazzles him. At such times
he is dangerous. In his blind infat infatuation
uation infatuation he sees nothing but the bright
object of his desire, and he clumsily
knocks down everything in his path as
he jumps toward it. Once I was upset
in this way by a fool moose that
tumbled over my canoe and that
floundered madly when the jack was
extinguished, hitting out aimlessly
with hoofs and antlers. The only sure
cure for such a bull is darkness, obliv oblivion.
ion. oblivion. When you meet him, close your
Jack, or turn it on another candidate.
Any bull moose will sober oft quickly
If left in the friendly darkness.

A Large and Well Pleaded Crowd at
the Annual Plcnle
Oxford. Augu.-t 8. Oxford's annual
barbecue and picnic was hell at the
usual place, undr the beautiful oiks.
Saturday, August 3. Th- day was
passed most pleasantly by all. As th
weather was fine and just cloudy
enough to break the hf-at, it was all
the more pleasant. The Wildwood band
furnished music for the day and the
music was greatly enjoyed. Although
the crowd was not as larze as in for former
mer former years, they had their pocketbooks
along, and more was realize! for the

care of the cemetery that at a previous
picnic in some years. About one thou thousand
sand thousand pounds of barbecued m-ats were
furnished for the dinner, and the ta tables
bles tables were laden with good eatables .if
all descriptions, furnished by the la ladies.
dies. ladies. The committee, I. P. Rainey. T.
.1. Railey and Leon Griggs, deserve
much credit for the manner in which
they conducted everything. Ocala was
represented by Mr. R. F. Rorden and
family. Major T. C Hall and daughter.
Mis Reulah, Mr. W. A. Knight. Mr. F.
W. Rarse and Mr. W. R. Gallagher.
Others present were Mrs. Shedd of

Relleview; Mrs. Wilder and daughter

of Jacksonville: Mr. and Mrs. W. 1 1.
Dias of Jacksonville; O. It. Perry of
Wauchula; Wm. Vance of Plant City;
Mrs. Alsobrook and four children of
Coleman. Many automobiles were hero
from different points.
Mrs. C. P. Warnock and two children
returned from Missouri Monday. Mr.
Warnock went up as far as Ocala Sun Sunday
day Sunday to meet them.
Mr. Owens anil family of Coleman
were in town in their car Sunday.
Mrs. Nettie Carter anil daughter Miss
Ruby, of Hudson, are visiting here
with friends and relatives this week.
Mr. Caruthers of Clearwater and
Miss Ida Rainey were married Sunday
at the bride's home. Only a few friends
were present. Rev. Rlocker performed
the ceremony. The happy couple left
on the southbound train for Clearwa Clearwater,
ter, Clearwater, their future home.
Miss Mabel Wood of Fernandina was
on a visit to her father. Dr. Wood for
the past three days.
The Oxford Hih School opened for
the new term last Monday with an en enrollment
rollment enrollment of about ISO pupils. Professor
Smith is principal; Mrs. Reece Is in
charge of the primary department, and
Misses Hayes, Mitchell and Mann as


Rev. Rlocker filled his regular ap appointment
pointment appointment Saturday and Sunday. He
preached to good houses and his ser sermons
mons sermons were interesting and entertain entertaining.
ing. entertaining. Mrs. Fannie Woles of Clearwater is
the guest of her uncle, J. C. Hall.



With ons and ("brer. Nominated
Itotntrvrlt anil .Ihnon for Presi President
dent President and Vice President
Chicago. Aua. h. Slngintr 'Onward
Christian Soldiers," and th '"Rattle
Hymn of the Republic." the delegates
to the fir-t national convention of the
progre-.-ive party last niuht acclaimed
Theodore Roosevelt, of New York as
thir candidate f,r president and Gov.
Hiram W. John.-on. of California, as
their choice for vi'-e president.
Marking a new departure of the pro proceedings
ceedings proceedings of national conventions, the

two candidates immediately were for formally
mally formally notified of their nomination and
in the midst of deafening cheers ap appeared
peared appeared before the delegates to voice
their acceptance and to pled ire their
best efforts to the coming campaign.




The people of the Shady Grove com community
munity community will give their annual barbe barbecue
cue barbecue and picnic at Goin's Springs
Thursday, August 22. The people of
this favored section are fortunate In
the fertility of their soil and abound abounding
ing abounding in their hospitality. Their annual
picnics are always most enjoyable, af affairs,
fairs, affairs, and, as usual, they invite their
Ocala friends to be with them on the
festal occasion.

Several Public Spirited Cltiien Hae
Contributed to tbe Proposed Illum Illumination
ination Illumination of the Pnbllc Square
Following are the names of the
citizens and firms who have contribut

ed to the fund for the contemplated il-

lamination of the public square:

.$ 23.00

. 10.00 (
. 25.00 j

. 25.00 j

. 25.00
. 20.00

Rheinauer & Company
S. R, Whaley
F. G. B. Weihe
G. A. Nash
W. T. Gary
Marion Hardware Company
Commercial Rank
H. B. Masters Co
G. D. Ilogan

B. Goldman 5.00

Knight & Lang
Ocala House Wine Rooms ...
Ocala House
J. L. Smith Grocery Co
R. L. Anderson
Dr. W. K. Lane
Haycraft & DeCamp
Helvenston & Pasteur
Court Pharmacy
Munroe & Chambliss Bank
Ocala Plumbing & Electric Co.
David S. Wood row
D. S. Williams. Jr

I nited Mate Senate Saya If other Na Nation
tion Nation Don't I.Ike It Tbey Can
Lamp It
Washington. August S. Ry a vote of
44 to 11. the Senate late last night re refused
fused refused to strike from the Panama canal
bill the provision exempting the Am American
erican American ships from payments of tolls for
passage through the Panama canal.
Debate on the question had continued
from 1 p. m. until nearly midnight.
The Senate then adjourned without
voting on the bill itself.
The defeat of the" Burton amend amendment
ment amendment was the Senate's defiant answer
to the protect of the British govern government
ment government against the legislation.

F. E. McCLAXE, M. D.

Specialist In Clinic Diseases

E. STEWART. It D. -Specialist
in Diseases of Eye, Ear,
Nose. Throat and Lungs


70-egg Cyphers' incubator and Cy Cyphers
phers Cyphers adaptable hover, both good as
new, value about $25. Will sell at a
reduction or will exchange for camera
of equai value. Address, "Incubator,"
Box 223, Ocala. Fla.

SAMURAI Japanese tea cups $1.13
per set at THE OCALA NEWS CO.

Mr. W. S. Gunsalus, a farmer living
near Fleming, Pa., says he has used
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar Diarrhoea
rhoea Diarrhoea Remedy in his family for four fourteen
teen fourteen years, and that he has found it to
be an excellent remedy, and takes
pleasure in recommending it. For
sale by all dealers.



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: Deginning 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.

One large Berkshire boar hog. Stray Strayed
ed Strayed from Palmetto Park Farms July 25.
Any information as to hog's where whereabouts
abouts whereabouts will be appreciated and reward rewarded
ed rewarded by C. R. Strickland, manager Pal Palmetto
metto Palmetto Park Farms. S-6-4td2tw

A vast amount of 111 health is due
to impaired digestion. When the
stomach fails to perform its functions
properly the whole system becomes
deranged. A few doses of Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Tablets is all you need. They
will strengthen your digestion, invig invigorate
orate invigorate your liver, and regulate your
bowels, entirely doing away with that
miserable feeling due to faulty diges digestion.
tion. digestion. Try it. Many others have been
permanently cured why not you? For
sale by all dealers.


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

"I was cured of diarrhoea by one
dose of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy," writes M. E.
Gebhardt. Oriole, Pa. There is nothing
better. For sale by all dealers.

Moose meet Thursday evening.


10.00 j


J. C. Caldwell 10.00
Muncaster &: Bell 5.00

J. P. Phillips 5.00

C. R. Kreger 5.00
D. W. Davis 10.00

A. M. Lansford 10.00
Mar ctis Frank 10.0ft

Ocala Lumber Supply Co 10.00

H. M. Hampton 5.00
Ed Carmichael 125.00
F. Harris 3.00
A. E. Burnett 5.00
H. A. Waterman 5.00
R. C. Camp : 10.00
Ocala National Bank 25.00
Air Dome 3.00
All who desire to follow the example
of the above will please give contribu contributions
tions contributions to J. C. Caldwell, superintendent
of the electric light plant or R. C.
Muncaster, secretary of the board of



Ocala. Florida

Office. 233.
Dr. McClane's Residence, 40".
Dr. Stewart's Residence, 52.


Euite 1 to 7 Holder Block, Southwest

Corner of Public Square

Natet Calla made by apeetal appolatnaent. Saeetal Gealta Urinary Cllnle

after p. am. earn day.


Zephyrhills. Aug. 8. Richard W.
Burke, vice president of the Coopera Cooperative
tive Cooperative Homestead Company, operating a
colony at Crystal Springs, in this coun county,
ty, county, four miles south of this place, was
instantly killed by the passenger train
just as it was nearing the depot at
Zephyrhills yesterday morning.
Mr. Burke deliberately jumped on
the track. In another second his head
was completely several from his body.
The body rolled to one side of the
track, and the head was carried seventy-five
feet up the railroad.


On account of the illness of Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Crosby and the illness in the
family of Commissioner Proctor, and
absence from the state of Commission Commissioner
er Commissioner Petfeway, the board of county com commissioners
missioners commissioners has adjourned to meet at
lo 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.

"Were all medicines as meritorious
as Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy the world would
be much better off and the percentage
of suffering greatly decreased," writes
Lindsay Scott, of Temple, Ind. For
sale by all dealers.

Editor Star: There appeared in your
paper several weeks ago an excellent
article deploring the fact that the
great majority of our citizens, while
denouncing the existence of crime and

often fruitless efforts of our officials
to put down the same, would condone

the crimes complained of rather than
furnish the evidence that would lead
to a conviction. The writer would
sugaest that there is even a more
serious side of the matter to consider
than the one previously dealt with.

And this side of the matter lies direct- ;

ly at the door of the public officials.
The "good citizen" cannot go further
than to furnish the affidavit necessary
to the action on the part of the of official:
ficial: official: then the warrant must issue,
and then service must be had. If the
official look with disfavor on the Is Issuance
suance Issuance of the warrant or if it be un unpleasant
pleasant unpleasant for another official to effect
the service on same, the wheels of
justice set in motion by the good citi citizen
zen citizen revolve more and more slowly and
they stop entirely if he does not show
strong determination to keep them go going.
ing. going. The latter task, that of prodding
our public officials and awakening
them to their plain and recognized
duties, is so distasteful and disgusting
to the average citizen who has reposed
his confidence and given his vote to
the man in office that the number of
warrants dyinir unnatural deaths and
the crimes condoned and unpunished
are a serious menace to society.


The Great Illood Purifier and Nerve
Tonic, for Rbeumnt Inm, Kidney and
Itladiler Trouble Prlee 5e.
Dr. Livingston' Dixpepelne Povrdera,
for Indigestion and Stomach Trou Trouble
ble Trouble Price SO Centa
Dr. Livingston Golden Catarrh Halm,
for Catarrh of tbe Head, Hay
Fever of Catarrhal Nature.
Price TiO Cent
Tbce Hemedlea Can Alwaya be Found
at the Court Pharmacy, Ocala, Fla.


Effective May 1st and Continuing Until Novemlien 1st

Jacksonville, Florida

EUROPEAN PLAN (Exclusively)

Finest Cafe in the State in Connection
Kooms Without Bath, $1.00 per Day and Up -Rooms
With Bath - $2.00 per Day and L'p t
T. M. WILSON, Proprietor and Manager

Ne&t Selen Open Sept. 17, T012
The University of Florida offers ex excellent
cellent excellent opportunity for the liberal and
professional education .of Florida
young men at the actual cost of Uvrng.
High moral tone. Scholarly faculty.
Reautlful 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. MURRHREE, President.



College of Arts and Sciences, Norma

School with Kindergarten Department:

School of Music, School of Art. School

of Expression. Home Economics De

partment with extension division

Reautlful location. Reautlful building

and first-class equipment thro-ighou

Tuition tree. other expenses ver

low. For Information address
EDW. CONRADI. President


"A Stich in Time Saves Nine"
Bring Your Auto Troubles to
Phone 438
Tires and Tubes VaTcanizcd

All Work Guaranteed









Next regular monthly meeting will
be held at 8 o'clock Friday evening:.
August 8th. at Yonge's Hall.
Chas. K. Sage. Clerk.

f Matinee Wednesday Afternoon ::: Amateur Night Wednesday







Men's and Boy's Clothing and Furnishings, Deginning Saturday, Augst 3rd,
and Ending Saturday, August 17th.

Prices are without reference to cost and made to move the merchandise. We enumerate a few items as follows


Get your certlflcates framed at the
Ocala News Co.

25 Men's $6 Suits (J O
at tO.UU
S3 Men's $7.50 Suits 4 50
48 Men's ?8.50 Suits $5 00
25 Men's $ 10.00 Mohair tf7 ff
Suits at P UU
78 Men's $12.d0 and $15.00 fQ ff
Suits at 18.00 and tUU
-'1 Men's $12.00 Mohair ( Q rf
Suits at $9.00 andpOUU
20 Men's $15 and $17.50 00
yj Men's $1C00. $18.00 and $20.00 Suits
a'.1.':00:..':200..... $13.00
l?:nl $13. 50
U6 Men's $22.50 Suits I 1 C ff
and $25 Suits at )lDtUU
A small lot of Coys' $1.50 t ff
Suits at tj X .UU
S3 Doys' $3.00 Suits $X 50
38 Boys' $4.00 and $1.50 Hq ff
Suits at tPOeUU

46 Coys' $7.50 Suits $4 00
27 Coys' $S.50 Suits $5 00
8 Coys' $10.00 Suits r- r"
10 Coys' $12.00 and $12.50 J7 Cfs
Suits at V OU
Men's White and Fancy QQ
Vests. $2 and $2.50, at.. )XaVc
Men's White and Fancy Vests qjj
$1.25 and $1.50. at OC
Men's Wash Ties, 25c value f
at 19C
Handsome Silk Ties, Four-in- "0
Iland.s and Cows, at. ZrfOC
50c and 75c Grades, Men's A rj
Four-in-Hands. at 4jC
fl.OO Ties A0
at bye
A handsome line of pure Silk Half
Hose, plain colors and qa
Fancies at UiC
A Handsome lot of Li.-le Half Hos-,
Plains and Fancies m f
at 19C

$6.00 and $8.00 Panama Hats, new new-stock
stock new-stock in fine condition, tf A ?Q
to close out at J) TTOi
A few $4 and $5 Panama tf QC
Hats to close at J) X c0
$2.50 and $3 Straw Hats J 50
$1.50 and $2 Straw Hats 1 00
A line of "Jobs" Straw Hats of $1.5
to $3.00 Grades, to CA
close at OUC
500 Men's Sh'.rts, new stock, desirable
patterns, regular value 50c QQ
and 75c, at OcC
A full line of Men's White and Fancy
Coat Shirts, new and desirable pat pattern?,
tern?, pattern?, $1.00 and $1.25 value, QQ
to dose at 03C
A complete line of the Ide (f 1 AA
$1.50 Shirts to clo?e at..j)XvJU
A large and complete l:ne of Cl::et:
Coat Shirts, new and very desirable
patterns, $1.50 graJc- 1 19
Men's Soft Collar Shirts. 50c QQ
and 75c grade at OtC
Me n't Soft Collar Shirts, SI
grade, to close at J C

Men's Tongee Shirts, $1.23 QQ
grade at 03C
A small line of Cluett Pongee Soft
Collar Shirts, $1.50 and ri 1 Q
$2 grade to close at.. J) X X J
Our entire line of Men's 50c Q T4
Work Shirts at OOC
Men's Night Shirts, $1.25 QQ
grade at OOC
Men's Pajamas $1.75 and (J QQ
$2.00 grade at 3 X 37
C. V D. Undervests and A q
Drawers, 50c grade at.. T'O C
C. V. D. Union Suits, $1 grade OO
at OOC
Men's T'nion Suits, 50c grade o t
at d9C
Sea I.-land Undervests and QQ
Drawers, 50c grade at UiC
Men's L.i.le Thread Undervests f f
$1.00 grade at 0C
Clastic Seam Drawers, as good QQ
as Screven, at JiC
20 Dozen Men's Undervests, q
25c value, at X J C
25 Dozen Men's Undervests OQ
and Drawers. 35c values at SOC

100 pairs Coys' Wash Knee Q H
Pants, 50c and 75c values at ulC

250 pairs Boys' Serge and Fancy,

Straight Knee Pants, $1.25 JQ
to $1.50, your choice at.. 0C

150 pairs Boys' Serge and Fancy Wool

Knickerbocker Pants. $1.50 and
$2.00 grade, to close 1 25
200 Coys' Waists, 50c values nr
at ZOC
600 Boys' Blouse Waists, 75c ylQ
grade at rOC
12 Dozen Boys' Drawers,
Worth 35c, at ZuC
12 Dozen Boys' Undervests, nn
Worth 35c. at ZuC
10 Dozen Boys' Union Suits, Nainsook
and Calhrlggan. assorted, f0c QQ
grade at 0fC
10 Dozen Boys Blouses worth JQ
$1.00, at DC
Coys' Shirts $1.00 grade OO
at OOC
Coys' Shirts, 50c and 75c QQ
grade, at OtC

it will take too much of your time to read more about prices. We can not itemize all the articles offered in th

Sale, besides, you must see the goods to appreciate the bargains we are offering. Don't fail to make early iri

spection and secure "the cream from this offering.




1. Extracts From a Mary


"last month my tvaget paid my board and other living
expenses and left me ten dollar for incidentals. The ten
is gone. I have nothing to show for it. I have tried to
remember just how I Fpent it, but at bett there is almost
half for which I cannot account. I am spending too much
for pleasure; and there are many things I need."


Fraternal T"n:"n




im-n TTif-


lentai". v

i .r. M.-iJu
Hf ""ji J
w. 11 that
ill '!(;.-:



I ''j rant, who was acei-t-
her home in Dunnel Dunnel-:
: Dunnel-: rrt".n. and brought to
.:al that evening, did o
;hyr ieian.-s an.j friend
hr recovery from her

wound. Put Wedn

lav af:-

to show fizns of
hour:? later she

nmlf ur at Ihc lilenl lonieht.

Phone 28 t

for M'.iick i-rf-scription ser-




Invil S
! lay.

f i:U-. Tra was



S: b-s

war. i

k at his

r.mellnr f nf the
Friday and Saturday.

Itlenl Thurla j-,


Dr. I.. HIbUm-I. ph iclan, office
J plmnr Vo. 1 XZ.

Aff- c '- -

i! j M('rthy ofaiTK-svill ar- at h.-

11 f VfcTal f f?L-w I Th(,-;- r- Tli.mi.s..n an.l L. Steven-
I -.Hl l JlV? I ,er f l.hur, w.-re at th.- (, ala

YryAC MO- t i Itexall Ni,e, th 1-r -,f


-rr. o:n .he hean
failing, an 1 a few

p. i ---! a way.
Mr. r jrar.t. on account of hi wife'.
.-eemin improvement? ha-i returnel to
hiy home an 1 husines. at Dunnellon.
He wa n t;:"iel when hi. wife ean
sinking. ut was unable to reach
eala until -ev:-ral hour? after her
The funeral -ervioes of the 3i.artel
laly were hell at Keller A: Co', chapel
thi mornin-r. Rev. V.". II. Coleman of

ficiate.!. The bereave! hu?ban!

aooompanie.l anJ comforte! by two of
hi Iunn-llon friend.-1. Mr. an! Mrs. J.

R. Uooth. These an! a few

frien. Is! the simple but im im-.resive
.resive im-.resive service, after which the re remains
mains remains w-re la;! to rest in Greenwoo!
Annex. V. R Keller & Co. ha! charge

of the arrangement.


fi OreaaUatioB KffrrteU and Iarh

Daolnmii Attrndrd to at Vedn
day Mght' letiBK

Mr. Durant an! Mr. an!
return! to Dunnellon on
n.on train.

Mrs. CJe.iria Iurant
S.mth Carolina alout
S'ne an! her hu.-ban!
Florida about four

whi-h time they hav


was born

years a so.
have been in
years. durin?

made many

The Ocala Boar! of Trade is a pat patriotic
riotic patriotic organization. Its members tax
themselves HZ a year in order to have
the riaht to work for the public good.
The meeting held at the new head headquarters
quarters headquarters of the boar! la?t night vas
well attende!.
.Several business and professional
men showed their interest in Ocala's
welfare by beinsr present an! It was
found necessary to borrow additional to afford seating capacity for
the members present.
The members of the boar! found
their new quarters a great improve improvement
ment improvement over any they have hitherto had.

waThe lon table and big chairs filled all

j requirements for comfort and conven convenience,
ience, convenience, the lights were excellent and

fans kept the temperature at

refreshing point.

Dr. Chace stated that the object of
the meeting was to organize a board
of trade, as it appeared that the boar!

j which formerly existed ha! retired. As
Booth i president of the former board, he ap-after-
pointed R. C. Munoaster, chairman.
!The new boar! then organise! by elect-

in ling the following officers:

other electric


friends. who greatly mourn Mrs.
iMirant' untimely death and deeply
sympathize with the bereaved hus husband.
band. husband. N

Mr. S. A. the young man
in whose hands was the pistol which :
diseh trged the fatal bullet, is over-
whelmed with grief an! self-reproach
at the consequences of his mistake.


AS with an expensive, high power
racing' automobile, so with groceries. The human ma machine
chine machine needs the best fuel to get the greatest t lliciency
from it just like the motor car.
Give the finest auto bad gasoline and you get poor
speed-feed the best man alive on improper food and
you see a human wreck. You owe it to yourself--for
your health's sake, foryour pocket's sake, to feed your
stomach with finest groceries good wholcscme food.
That is YOUR fuel.
Johnson's Fducator Crackers make Ihc right kind of fuel
for you. because they are made from U hole Wheat Flour.
Educator Wafers, Educator Toasterett (buttered, salted and
toasted), Educator luncheon Biscuit, Iducafcr Sweet
Graham, Educator Ginger Snaps, Tducator Animal
Crackers. Fruited Educator (Sultana Raisins), Educator
Bran Cookies, a natural laxative.

K.-Teapot Grocery
PHONES 16 and 174

: JFloricla

Millinery stock at T2
lia street must be sol!
any riee.

North Magno Magno-this
this Magno-this week at

The members of the Leesburg base baseball
ball baseball team arrive! on the 12:51 p. m.

i-t Line tram today, with the chari-

tahl- intention of wiping the groun!
tip with Oeala artists.
The I,eesburg line-up is as follows:
fJille.-pie, p; Howell, e; Drazier, lb;

Carpenter. 2b; IJowyer, 3b; Morrell,
. s.; J. Alsobrook. If; V. Alsobrook, ef;
CanaJy, rf; Shaffer, Me!lin, subs.

The Oeala boys are out in force, with
tin- goo! will an! possible ability to
aivc their opponents the game of their
lives. Oeala's line-up is as follows:
r.ullock. II., c: Harris, p; Anderson,
lb; Davis, 2b: Johnson, ss: Galloway,

:!b: I.lar, If; Fleckenstein, cf; Chazal.
rf; Mullock, J.

Ju!ge Hell has issue! a marriage li

tense to Mr. Ieonar! F. Hart
Miss Stella Hen!on.



For quick service in anything
want in the drug or toilet line.
281. the Court Pharmacy.

you ;

Mr. Clia J. Weaver, afte a

spell ot sickness, is able to be
again. Mrs. Weaver is improving
is far from well yet.

I' out


Preserve your artistic lbar! of
Tra.le certificate by having it frame!
at the Oeala News Co.

The Star is informed that one of our
picture shows will soon offer a a
pri.c a corner lot on Pay street in

Don't suffer with beat. Stop at tli.'
Court Pharmacy and cool off while en enjoying
joying enjoying a dish of that good ice cream.

Harmony Mosquito Talcum
them away. 2."c. a tin. Gerig'
oftlee Drugstores.


j Mrs. V. H. Henry and her two pretty
i daughters of Like Weir are having a
I pleasant visit at Daytona.

The Air Dome had four reels of pic pictures
tures pictures last night, all good, an! one in
particular, "When Kings Were Iiw,"
was of intense interest. A lot of

amusement was causen oy me prizes.
J Although it was the night for the
.Junior Civjc League's benefit, the
J crowd was not as large as usual,
j which goes to show that our people go

to sleep on their puMic spirit once in
a vvli ile.
Tlie pleasure of the evening was
added to by pretty musical program
rendered by Miss Marie Purnett at the
piano and Miss L,illie Pailey with her
The feature picture tonight will be
a splendid war subject, ma!e by the
Kalem Company in Jacksonville. This
is one of the most realistic war pic pictures
tures pictures ever produce!. There will be a
tine comic that will make the most
grouchy person laugh. The third pic picture
ture picture is one hy the famous Yitngraph
Company. Prizes will be given again

tonight. The program
The Old Kent Road.
"Widows Three."

"The War's Horror.

will be as fol

President J. W. Chace.
Vice President C. iK.l) Carmichael.
Secretary H. C. .Uuneaster.
Treasurer Jake Prown.
r.oar! of governors George Mac Mac-Kay.
Kay. Mac-Kay. A. C. Cobb, W. A. Knight. J. C.
IJoozer, C. F!) Carmichael.
The chair appointed Kmmett Robin Robinson.
son. Robinson. J. M. Thomas an! R. C. Muncas Muncas-ter
ter Muncas-ter to draw up a constitution an! by bylaws.
laws. bylaws. On motion of Mr. Thomas, a oom-

imittee consisting of the president of
each bank was appointed to act with
j the secretary in securing new mem mem-!
! mem-! bers.
j The two Ocala papers, the Star an!
the llanner, were made honorary mem members
bers members of the board, with privilege to
join in the deliberations an! to vote.
i The boar! in!orse! the propose!
boat line from Ocala to Jacksonville
via Silver Springs. The line at first
to haul freight from the Springs to
the city by auto truck an! build a
railroa! as soon as possible. The
chair appointed Messrs. Carmichael.
Clarkson,. Drown an! Cobb to solicit
subscriptions an! induce the business

'men to cooperate with the
-v letter from the Georgia
Commission announce! that

j Classification No. of the Interstate
Commerce Commission has been de deferred
ferred deferred to Oct. 1. P.y that time it is
:hope! to have matters in such shape
as to enable the Georgia commission
an! its supporters to complain only
against specific items on which ar in increase
crease increase shoul! not be made.
; Several speeches were made outlin outlining
ing outlining the future work of the board an!
the plans as outlined were adopted, so
it will only be a short while until our
citizens will be able to see the good
results being derived by this new and
progressive organization.
The Jack5nville and Tampa boards
1 will have to work hard to excel Ocala
for first place for activity at an early
! Debating all these matters took time,
an! it was after 10 o'clock when the
board adjourned. If our business men
are wise to their own interests, they
;will back the board up vigorously in
'its work for the Oklawaha
line which will m.ake an immense re reduction
duction reduction in rates. The boar! can do the

city a lot of goo!, but it needs
'public support as well as industry
among its members. Kvery business
! man who can possibly affor! it shoul 1
join the boar! an! attend the meet meet-i
i meet-i ings.

Doesn't risk his papers or valuables in an ordinary safe.
He knows the danger of it. So he engages a box or com compartment
partment compartment of a safe deposit company. There he can beep
his money, jewels and valuable papers in security. There
is no danger from fire, and absolntely none f rem thieves.
And he has access to it at all times.
has a few nnocenpied boxes and compartments. The
rent on one of them is very reasonable. Do yon wan!

H. D. 8TOKE3. C.hlr.


Put be sure an! give Just what you
advertise. Never claim anything you
haven't got, for the truth will always
come out. We want to advertise our
show for tonight. Beside the ama amateurs,
teurs, amateurs, who will do all kinds of funny
stunts for the three money prixes. an!
a fine two-reel feature picture, we
have on one of the finest vau!eville
acts Ocala has ever seen, "Emeline."
coming from a great big success at
Tampa. Just see this act an! if you
!on't say it Is the finest you oh, shaw!
come on down to the I!eal tonight.
"The Bell of Paradise." Our first
feature picture an! we are going to
give them to you right along. This Is
hanJ-coloreJ, clear as a bell a beau beautiful
tiful beautiful subject in thr2ee reels
tiful subject in two reels.
"The Wordless Message." Another
grand picture.

Following are the meteorological
conditions that prevailed during th
twenty-four hour up to sunset yester yesterday:
day: yesterday: Clear; southwest wind.
Maximum "temperature. SS degrees.
Minimum. 71 degrees.
Set. 76 degrees.

Showers tonight or Friday, probably

fair south portion.


The show at the Temple last night
was a big success in every way. A
large crowd was present and every everybody
body everybody enjoyed the pictures. The pic picture.
ture. picture. From Grass to Glass, was one
of the best ever shown in Ocala. To Tonight
night Tonight we show six reels, two of which

proposed i compose a fine feature, the Spanish
Bull Fight. This feature cost us as
llailroad much almost for one night as a full
Southern J week's supply usually does. It has

just come to us from a successful run
in Jacksonville and we can safely say
it will be far ahead of anything ever
run in Ocala. For tomorrow and Sat Saturday
urday Saturday we have the Ydors, Grace and
Fred, in a high class vaudeville act,
featuring balancing and heavy lifting
with the teeth. Mrs. Ydor spent years
of her life in Ocala and has a number
of .friends here who will remember
her and be pleased to see her at the
Temple. Pon't forget tonight, six
reels Including the bull fight, three
prizes given away. Tomorrow and
Saturday, vaudeville, three pri es each

night. 5 and 10 cents for these three

FOR REXT Two or three rooms.

furnished for light housekeeping In
the new Bierman flat.

postofflce. Inquire upstairs at the

building or. at the Star office.

FOR RGNT Offlces In Holder bi

ing. Apply to Davis & Martin."

FOR REXT Three furnished rooms

for light housekeeping; first floor
ront, all conveniences. Including gas
ttove, half block from A. C L., depot
Xo. 34 Oklawaha avenue.

FOR REXT 131 South Watula

street, 2-story, seven rooms, large lot,
$15. II. C. Packham.


A first class farm, two miles south-

west of Kendrick and about the same

distance from both the Kendrick and
Blitchton hard roads. 120 acres In th

property, 40 acres of cut-over land

with some timber left Will tell sep

arate If desired. 0 acres under fence.

30 acres of which has grown up In In-bushes
bushes In-bushes and small pine saplings. First
class pine, oak and hckorr land. Fine

well of never failing water. Fairly
good dwelling house, two barns, etc.
Lot of peach, some figs and young or

ange trees. Titles perfect and place Is

clear of debt. A bargain at $2500. If
interested,' Inquire at the Star office.

school hooks at martivs


Following are just a Few of the Thousands of
Articles Carried in oar Great Furniture, Hardware,
House Furnishing and General Supply Store Come
in and look the stock over, you will find many
things you want.
For the Office
Iloll and Flat Top Desks, Typewriter Desks, Stenographer's
Desks, Office Chairs, Stools. Sofas, Etc.
For the Dining Room
Handsome Round or Square Extension Tables, Dining Chairs,
Hugs, Sideboards and Chiffoniers, ltouffets, China Closets, China
Dinner Sets, Lamps, Fine Table Linen, Etc.
Parlor Furniture
Handsome Mahogan, Oak, Willow or Mission Chairs, Straight
Hacked or llockers. Tables, Sofas, Lamps, Hugs and Carpets, Tic Tic-tares.
tares. Tic-tares. Bedroom Furniture
Heautiful Dressers and Wash Stands in Golden Oak, Hirdseye
.Maple or Mahogany. Heautiful Iron and Hrass Heds in over Fifty
Different Varieties and Prices. Hugs and Mattings, Chiffoniers and
Wardro!es, Toilet Sets, HIankets, Comforts and Linens.
For The Pantry and Kitchen
Handsome Ilefrigerators and Ice Chests in Several Different
Makes and Styles and any Size or Trice Desired. Stoves and Hanges
m Either Wood or Oil Hurners. Kitchen Cabinets and Tables.
Hardware Department
Anything Desired in Silverware for the Table, Cutlery and
Sissors in our Hardware Department; Shotguns, Hitles and Ammu Ammunition;
nition; Ammunition; Fire Sets, Screens and Irons. Ztc.
Carriage and Harness Dept
Huggies, Carriages and Wagons for all TuriMses, Harness, Sad Sad-Domestic
Domestic Sad-Domestic and ImHrted, Art Squares, Mattings, Etc., In the Coutnry.
dies, liiip I lobes. Whips and Everything for the Horse or Vehicle.
PHONE 47 North Magnolia' St. OCALA, FLA.

Managers of different shows
ready applying for concessions
Marion County Fair.



Tf you want to flnl your frienl while
down town, so to tho Court Pharmacy
they all meet there.

Maj. T. D. Lancaster will leave to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow for P.lack 'Point on the Gulf,
where he will spend a month bathing
and fish ins?.

I). V. 3IKKTI;

l'im-liii (?) at the I.lrnl ThurNilay, i

Friday ami Saturday.

Mr. K. M. Howard treated a Star re-
porter this morning to a fine Valencia ;
oranue from his bis Auburndale grove. ;
It was a big, full-grown orange, and j
tho the rind was green, the inside was
ripe and sweet and yellow as gold. Mr. ;

Howard has a 22-acre grove at

Dickinson Chapter, U. D. C. will meet
tomorrow, Friday, afternoon at 4
o'clock at the residence of Mrs. Henry
Livingston. A full attendance Is de desired.
sired. desired. Mrs. S. U. Whaley.
Recording Secretary.


Au- today

bundale and there is none better in the; Mrs. P.oisseau

If you want to see a busy prescrip prescription
tion prescription counter, look in at the Court
Pharmacy's prescription department.

Mr. James Fennell has sold his
place in the north end to Mr. Jones of
Taylor's mills, and moved to his farm
four miles north of the city.

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

Mrs. M. L. Ackley, who spi-nt last
winter at P.elleview, died at her home
at Leslie. Mich., last week. Mr. Ackley
died at the former place last spring.

While shopping, stop and cool off at
the Court Pharmacy. We are not after
nmney; just want your company.

state. Tlie fruit from it has won a
well, deserved fame in many states of
the Union.


Mr. Jules Cohen, wtio recently re returned
turned returned from a visit to St. Petersburg
and the surrounding section, is de delighted
lighted delighted with the city and says it is
making wonderful improvement.

and Mrs. John noisseau leave
for Jacksonville. From that city

will go to her old home

Ohitilv fnr .i visit, while Mr. It.

I will return to his work as Seaboard
i agent in Ocala. These young people

have not been in Ocala very long, but

have won many friends since coming


Mrs. C. C. Eryant
ter of Ocala arrived
day to be the guest:
brother. Judge I. L.
ville Metropolis.

and little daugh daugh-in
in daugh-in the city Mon Mon-of
of Mon-of the former's
Far r is. Jackson-

The new barn and stables being

erected by the city on the high portion

of the larse tract of land owned by the
city in the first ward, will soon be

completed. When finished the city

stables, pound lot and stock will be

moved over to the new location. The

property owned by the city on West

Fort King avenue, used for this pur purpose
pose purpose for so many years, w'll be on the

market and for sale.

.The Ocala News Co., O, W. Martin.

proprietor, has a large supply of eoun-.

ty schools books on hand.


Two five room cottages for rent;

new ana well located. Apply to F. W.


Mr. Alfred Ayer, tax assessor, -says
he will soon load his old, musket with

facts an,d figures and go gunning for
some of the people who are shooting

promiscuously at assessments and tax taxation.
ation. taxation. It Is easy to theorize, says Alf.
but not so darned easy to do things.


I am a traveling salesman." MTTjtes

K. E. Younge. K. Herkshlre, Va, "and
was often troubled, with constipation

and Indigestion till I began to use Dr.

King's New Life Pills, which I have
found an excellent remedy." For all
Etomach, liver or ikdney troubles they
are unequaled. Only 25 cents at Ty Ty-dings
dings Ty-dings & Company.

Mr. K. L Payne, the skilled book bookkeeper,
keeper, bookkeeper, well known in Ocala, now has

a position with a big firm at Carter's
in Tolk county and makes his residence

in Lakeland.

nmellne (f) at the
Frlilay and Saturday.

Ideal Thnrnday,


The market formerly known as th

Ollie Mordis' is now open. Will keen on

hand a supply of fresh meats and flh.
Orders by phone will receive prompt
attention. Phone number 315. Come

to the old stand and be treated right.

Yours respectfully,

Dealer in Fancy Groceries, N Magnolia.

Mrs. J. C. Caldwell, now in Western

North Carolina, writes Mr. Caldwell
that they are having delightfully cool

weather up there.


Rexall shaving lotion, a delightful
antiseptic after shaving. Gerig's Post Post-office
office Post-office Drugstores.

j Mr.



Jack P.arnett, an attache of the
of the circuit court's office of
ounty, Tallahassee, stopped over

Ocala today en route to Tampa.

I We like "Uncle'
Itorial paragraphs,
something helpful

' Frank Harris' edi edi-There
There edi-There is always
among them. Miami

Mr. Clifford Peabody, while out at
Silver Springs the other day made a
find that would have delighted the
soul of an archaeologist. He came
upon a large number of Indian arrow,
spear and hatchet heads, made from
Hint. Considering the tools that the
work jwust have been done with, it
mu.-t have taken immense industry
and not a little ingenuity.

Do you like to know that your pre prescriptions
scriptions prescriptions are filled correctly, with the
best of drugs, and delivered to you

the C-urt Pharm-

This paper rarely knocks on any anybody,
body, anybody, but it will not fail to do so if
i oni- one starts out to knock this

community. e win kiiook ikiciv ever
time. You mut not kick our town
ar oun". Lakeland Telegram.

r.rnmntK-' Thon t rr

acy. Send or phone

Mr. Joseph W. Podge
spending some time in
with his family. He was
to the citv by Mr. Swain.

of oala is
who. will re-

. W. T. Mcllwaine and children
passengers on the noon train to to-for
for to-for Latimer and other points in


I oui:i taro.;iia.

the next s:x weeK

j wi:h friends and


mm pmces
What Arc You Paying?
3 Cans Van Camp's Reans 2."c
Florida Tomatoes, large size....lOc
Florida Tomatoes, small size, 3
for 2.1c
Swift's Premium Hams per lb
Diamond C Hams per lb 17?&c
Favorite Corn, 3 Cans for 2.1c

Cracker Hoy Coffee ier lb 30c

liord Ie La Ware Soup per can. .Gc
Larse Hucket Cottolene $1.30
Medium Hucket Cottolene 50c
Hest Creamery flutter per lb. .35c
In 3 lb. lots from tbe tub (i. e.
not prints) $1.00

Mrs. Charles Green writes to Mr.

Green from New York that she and

her mother are experiencing uncom uncomfortably
fortably uncomfortably cold weather in the metrop metropolis.

Mrs. C. D. Harrington, wife of the
first mate of the Mascotte. left on the

Mohawk Monday for Poston for an

extended visit. She was formerly Miss

Pauline Peace of Micanopy. Times-Union.

Is the individual, man or woman, who

uses Foley K.ianey Pills ror backache,
rheumatism, weak back and other kid

ney and bladder irregularities. Foley

Kidney Tills are healing, strengthen strengthening,
ing, strengthening, tonic, and quick 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

low package. Anti-Monopoly Drug


St. Margaret's Guild will have twen

ty-five cakes for sale Saturday morn morn-insr
insr morn-insr at Durnett's store. The public,

especially the Lake Weir colony, is in

vited to. buy.

Lookout for a blind mare, suckling

colt, almost black in color, totally

blind. Strayed" from lot back of fire
station in Ocala Thursday night. Fin Finder
der Finder will please notify this office or C
E. Foglestrom, Montague, and receive

uitable reward.




will spend
. Lakeland

iturn today to Ocala Times-Pnion.


STUAYKD A small. black

olind in both eyes. Supposed to have ;!

troken loose from hitching place

: Temple theater. Ileturn or give infor

mation to Chas. K. Foglestrom. Montague.

old i r

near i i ier.tly


Sim doesn't he.-itate to send
to Nicaragua, just for the (. (.-of
of (.-of a debt, but he bears pa pa-with
with pa-with the Mexican situation.
..ugh American lives may be at

Anmteiiri at tbe Idenl tonleht.


3 Packages Jello and Ice Cream


Packages Lipton's

Jelly Tab-


We would hate to
neb- has a fear
nvllle Metropolis.

say that our
of Mexico.

Mrs. W. J. Chambers and
who have been away from t

some time, are now in A
few days. They will g.
Hender.-onville, N. C, to
Frances Chambers, and t'ru
also spend some time in
Miss France- has been a
Virginia Institute at

during the summer, and ro



i'd ren.
ity for
for a

mntmrw at the Ilea! tonight.

e t

jo-n Miss
family will
T r.nessoe.
:end;ng the
uarl tt.-viil-

ently won

i Mr.
' fro m
'; cago.
i nor;1:

Chas. V. Miller returned today
a lengthv busin-ss trip to Chi-

Cincinnati an! other citie
an l middle west.

of the

Misses Sarah. Polly and Virgle Mc-

Mullen of St. Petersburg, friends of

Miss Ernestine P.rooks, passed through

todav. on their way for a visit to

North Carolina. They had a visit from

Miss Prooks while the train stopped.

Mrs. J. M. liryan of Fort Green

here, visiting her daughter. Mrs. J. C.

Smith, who is undergoing treatment in
the hospital. Mrs. C. P. Pillans of
Terrell, a sister of Mrs. Smith, is also
here. Mrs. John Giddens of Kathleen
has been here for some days, but left

for home this morning.

ory wn:

first prize for the bery

the pr;e being offered by the
and there being 1. stulcn
peting. Tampans will be glad

that honor ol winning m


Ideal Location, Splendid
Equipment, Strong Fac Faculty.
ulty. Faculty. Full College and

Conservatory Courses.



"LV i

70th Session Begins
Sept. 11th. For Infor Information
mation Information Address tho

jfjg$ji1.Secretary. Box 15.

i contest
j Tampa

is allott

1 to a

s eom eom-o
o eom-o know
suh a

: ,0

Work on Harrington Hill has now
ogressed to such an extent that

will be made very rapidly in

are m
in all

a g:r

One of the most common ailments
that hard working people are afilicted
with is lame back. Apply Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Liniment twice a .lay and mas massage
sage massage the party thoroughly at each ap application,
plication, application, and you will get iai.-k re relief.
lief. relief. For sale by all dealers.

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3 Sunbeam Cornflakes 22c
3 Cans ."c. Gold Evaporated Milk: 10c
3 Package Hutch Cleanser 2."c
3 Can Van Camp's Hominy. : .2-c
152 lbs. Granulated Sugar. .91. OO
Old Country Blend Tea per lb. ..Vc.

r. r.nllnni Oil C0c

Full Cream Cbee-e Ier lb 20c

Fresh Bulk Oatmeal per lb rc

jlleinz Vinegar per gallon 3-c
iSalt Bacon per lb He
1 13 lb. Whole Grain Bice for $1.00
'24-lb. Sack Henry Clay Hour $1.00
iif-lh. Sack Henry Clay Flour ."50c

Cream of Wheat per package. .. l.c
I Weon Cooking Oil 30c
Comiund Lard 11c
!Flne Irlh Potato. pr pfk Jt-V?


The odor of stale perspiration about

the body can be gotten rid of by usinjr
rLFID in the bath tub. It purifies the

s-kin thoroughly and lends a refreshing

influence to the bafh. Price large bot

tle. 50c. Soli by all druggists.

Xear Rochelle, 111., an Indian went

to sleep on a railroad track and wan
killed by the fast express. He paid
for his carelessness with his life.

Often Its that way when people neg

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writes J. R. Watts, Floydada, Texas,

'and I regained 15 pounds in weight

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75c room In the city.

Miss Sallie Sismon. who has been

visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J.

F. SIpmon. at their home. Oak Grove.
South Lake Weir, returned to Tampa

last week, where she holds a position!
as ten.11rrar.her to the Knight & Wall

Hardware Co. While she was at South

Uko Weir she was the honoree or a

very ideasant musical given by Mr.

and Mrs. Frank Henderly.

D. C. Bybee, teaming contractor liv living
ing living at 663 Keeling Court, Canton. I1L,

is now well rid of a severe and annoy

ing case of kidney trouble. His back
pained and he was bothered with
headaches and dizzy spells. "I took
Folev Kidnev Pills lust as directed

and in a few days I felt much better.

My life and strength seemed to come

back, an-1 I sleep well. I am now all
over my trouble and glad to recora recora-mnd
mnd recora-mnd Foler Kidney Pills." Try them.

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Odd Fellows meet Tuesday night

II. C. AVERY. Agent.
Jacksonville, Fla.

L. D. JONES, C. A.,

Seminole Hotel, Jacksonville, Fla.

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The "Ideal" Js not the cheapest cooker in price, because it is the best in
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how in the world you ever got along
speak with such assurance. Let us
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call on nearest A. C. L. ticket
us Give an Estimate on Your
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Jacksonville, Florida
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Ocraldine Bonner
Anlhor "The Pioneer"
"Ttmerrews Tangle, etc
Illustrations by
Dom. J. Lavln
Ci7nU 1X6 bx Ui iiwU-terrui Co.
The clock hands were pointing to
half-past nine when a ring at the bell
was followed by the appearance of the
Chinaman at the door, stating that the
expressman had come with Mr. Ryan's
valises. Dominick threw down his pa papers
pers papers and left the room. As Berny sat
silent, she could hear the express expressman's
man's expressman's gruff deep voice In the hall and
the thuds of the valis"es as he thumped
them down at the stair-head. Domi Dominick
nick Dominick answered him and there were a
few more remarks, followed by the re retreating
treating retreating sound of the man's heavy
feet on the stairs and the bang of the
hall door. She sat looking at the clock,
waiting for her husband to return, and
then as he did not come and the hall
seemed singularly quiet she leaned
forward and sent an exploring glance
down its dim length. Dominick was
not there, but a square of light fell
out from an open doorway of his room.
"Dominick," she called, "what are
you doing?"
He came to the door of the room In
his shirtsleeves, a tall figure looking
lean and powerful In this closer-fitting
and lighter garb.
"I'm unpacking my things, and then
I'm going to bed."
"Oh!" she answered with a falling
inflection, leaning forward, with her
elbows planted on her kneas, craning i
her neck to see more plainly down the f
narrow passageway. "It's only half half-past
past half-past nine; why do you want to go to
bed so early?"
"I'm tired, and It will take me some
time to get these things put away."
"Can I help you?" she asked with without
out without moving.
"No, thanks. There's nothing much
to bother about. Good night, Berny,"
and he stepped back into the, room
and shut the door.
Berny sat as he had left her for a
space, and then drew back upon the
divan and leaned against the mound
of pillows. She made the movement
charily and slowly, her face set In a
rigidity of thought to which her body
seemed fixed and obedient. She sat
thus for an hour without moving, her
eyes staring before her, two straight
lines folded In the skin between her
So he was still angry, angry and un unforgiving.
forgiving. unforgiving. That was the way she read
his behavior. The coldness that he ex exhaled
haled exhaled that penetrated even her un un-sensltlve
sensltlve un-sensltlve outer shell she took to be
the coldness of unappeased indigna indignation.
tion. indignation. He had never before been Just
like this. There was a something of
acquired forbearance and patience
about him a cultivated thing, not a
spontaneous outward indication of an
inner condition of being which was
new to her observation. He was not
sulky or cross; he was simply with withdrawn
drawn withdrawn from her and trying to hide It
under a manner of careful, guarded
civility. It was different from any
state she had yet seen him in, but it
never crossed her mind that it might
be caused by the influence of another
He was still angry that was what
Berny thought; and sitting on the di divan
van divan under the canopy with its fiercely-
poised lances she meditated on theJ
subject. His winning back was far
from accomplished. He was not as
"easy" as she had always thought. A
feeling of respect for him entered into
her musifigs, a feeling that was novel,
for in her regard for her husband
there had previously been a careless,
slighting tolerance which was not far
removed from contempt. But if he
had pride enough to keep her thus
coldly at arm's length, to withstand
her attempts at forgiveness and recon reconciliation,
ciliation, reconciliation, he was more of a man than
she thought, and she had a harder
task to handle than she had guessed.
She did not melt into anything like
self-pity at the futility of her efforts,
which, had Dominick known of them,
would have seemed to him extremely
pathetic. That they had not succeed succeeded
ed succeeded gave her a new impetus of force
and purpose, made her think, and
scheme with a hard, cool resolution.
To "make up" and gain ascendency
over Dominick, independent and proud proudly
ly proudly Indifferent, was much more worth
while than to bully Dominick, patient,
enduring and ruled by a sense of duty.
The Gods in the Machine.
On the second Sunday after their re return
turn return from Antelope, Bill Cannon re resolved
solved resolved to dedicate the afternoon to
paying calls. This, at least, was what
he told his daughter at luncheon as he,
she, and Gene sat over the end of the
meal. To pay calls was not one of the
Bonanza King's customs, and in an answer
swer answer to Rose's query as to whom he
was going to honor thus, he responded
that he thought he'd "start in with
Delia Ryan."
Rose made no comment on this in intelligence.
telligence. intelligence. The sharp glance he cast
at her discovered no suggestion of con consciousness
sciousness consciousness in the peach-like placidity
of her face. It gratified him to see her
thus unsuspecting, and in the mellow mellowing
ing mellowing warmth of his satisfaction he
turned and addressed a polite query to
Gene as to how he intended spending
the afternoon. Gene and Rose, it ap-!
peared, were going to the park to hear
the band. Gene loved a good band,
and one that played in the park Sun Sunday
day Sunday afternoons was especially good.
The Sunday before, Gene had heard it
play Poet and Peasant and the Over Overture
ture Overture of William Tell, and it was great!
That was one of the worst things
about living on a ranch, Gene com complained,
plained, complained, you didn't have any music
except at the men's house at night
when one of the Mexicans played on
an accordion.
The old man, with his elbow on the
table, and a short, blunt-fingered hand



stroking his beard, looked at his son
with narrowed eyes full of veiled
amusement- When he did not find
Gene disagreeably aggravating as his
only failure, he could, as it were, stand
away from him and realize how hu humorous
morous humorous he was If you took him In a
certain way.
"What's the Mexican play?" he
growled without removing his hand.
"La Paloma, answered Gene,
pleased to be questioned thus amica amicably
bly amicably by his autocratic sire, "generally
La Paloma, but he can play The Heart
Bowed Down and the Toreador song
from Carmen. I want him to learn
the Miserere from Trovato're. It's nice
to sit on the porch after dinner and
listen while you smoke."
"Sort of Court Minstrel," said his
father, thumping down his napkin
with his hand spread flat on it. "Don
Eugenio Cannon, with his minstrel
playing to him in the gloaming; It's
very picturesque. Did you ever think
of having a Court Fool too, or perhaps
you don't feel as if you needed one?"
He arose from his chair before Gene,
who never quite understood the
somewhat ferocious humor of his par parent,
ent, parent, had time to reply.
"Well, so long," said the old man;
"be good children and don't get into
mischief, and Rose, see that your
brother doesn't get lost or so carried
away by the Poet and the Peasant
that he forgets the dinner hour. Adios,
A half-hour later he walked down
the flight of marble steps that led in
dignified sweep from the front door to
the street. It was a wonderful day
and for a moment he paused, looking
with observing eyes at the prospect


He Came to the Door of the Room In
His Shirt Sleeves.
of hill and bay which seemed to glit glitter
ter glitter in the extreme clearness of the at atmosphere.
mosphere. atmosphere. Like all Californians he
had a strong, natural appreciation of
scenic and climatic beauty. Preoccu Preoccupied
pied Preoccupied with thoughts and schemes which
were anything but uplifting, he yet
was sensitively responsive to the
splendors of the view before him, to
the unclouded, pure blue of the vault
above, to the balmy softness of the air
against his face. Some one had once
asked him why he did not live in
Paris as the ideal home of the man of
great wealth and small scruples. His
answer had been that he preferred
San Francisco because there were
more fine days in the year there than
anywhere else he knew of.
Now he paused, sniffing the air with
distended nostril and inhaling it in
deep, grateful inspirations. His eye
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oley EMm Pills
Give prompt relief from BACKACHE,
BLADDER and all aar.cyin; URINARY
IRREGULARITIES. A posit- 7e boon to
8. A. Darls, C7 WasLioctcr. St.. Co&cerTi!!.
lad., is in tia t-jih year, lie wr..-s us: "I have
lately Ftiffered ir.ieh from rr.y s acd bial
der I hal eret backart.e? a: d rr y Liduey a-t;o3
was too fre vect, cecsicc ;-s to ranch ier
at nigbt, and in ir.y Hrfrr tc r? es consta t!
cam. 1 fn ro:? mis't ricrsaa iims.
and am now frte of r 1
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Sold by the Afitl-Meoiot Dnt


moved slowly over the noble prospect,
noted the deep sapphire tint of the
bay, the horizon, violet dark against
a pale sky, and the gem-like blues and
amethysts of the distant hills. He
turned his glance In the other direc direction
tion direction and locked down the gray ex expanse
panse expanse of the street, the wide, clear,
stately street, with its air of clean
spaciousness, sun-bathed, silent," al almost
most almost empty. In the calm quietude of
the Sabbath afternoon. The bustling
thoroughfares of greater cities, with
their dark, sordid crowds, their un unlovely,
lovely, unlovely, vulgar hurry, their distracting
noise, were offensive to him. The
wonder crossed his mind, as it had
done before, how men who could es escape
cape escape from such surroundings chose to
remain In them.
He walked forward slowly, a thick thickset,
set, thickset, powerful figure, his frock-coat
buttoned ti-ght about the barrel-like
roundness of his torso, a soft, black
felt hat pulled well down on his head.
His feet were broad and blunt like his
hands, and in their square-toed shoes
he planted them firmly on the pave pavement
ment pavement with a tread of solid, deliberate
authority. His forward progress had
something in it of an invincible, resist resistless
less resistless march. He was thinking deeply
as he walked, arranging and planning,
and there was nothing In his figure, or
movements, or the expression of his
face, which suggested the sauntering
aimlessness of an afternoon stroll.
When he turned into Van Ness ave avenue
nue avenue the Ryan house was one block
bej-ond him, a conglomerate white
mass, like a crumbling wedding cake
slowly settling on a green lawn. He
surveyed it as he approached, noting
its ugliness with a musing satisfac satisfaction.
tion. satisfaction. Its size and the bright summery
perfection of surrounding grass and
flower beds lent it Impressiveness and
redeemed It from the position of a
colossal blight on the prospect to
which architect and builder had done
their best to relegate It. Prosperity,
a complacent, overwhelming prosperi prosperity,
ty, prosperity, was suggested not only by its bulk
but by the state of studied finish and
neatness that marked mansion and
grounds. There did not seem to be a
wilting flower bed or withered leaf left
on a single stalk in the garden bor borders.
ders. borders. Every window-pane gleamed
like a mirror innocent of dust or
blemishing spot. The marble steps up
which Cannon mounted were as snow snow-ily
ily snow-ily unsullied as though no foot had
passed over them since their last ab ablution.
lution. ablution. The door was opened by a China Chinaman,
man, Chinaman, who, taking the visitor's card,
left him standing in the hall, and, deaf
to his queries as to where he should
go, serenely mounted the stairs. Can Cannon
non Cannon hesitated a moment, then hearing
a sound of voices to his right, entered
the anteroom that gave on that suite
of apartments into which Dominick
had walked on the night of the ball.
They were softly lit by the afternoon
sun "filtering through thin draperies,
and extended In pale, gilt-touched
vista to the shining emptiness of the
ball-room. The old man was advanc advancing
ing advancing toward the voices when he sud suddenly
denly suddenly saw whence they proceeded, and
stopped. In the room just beyond him
Cornelia Ryan and a young man were
sitting on a small, empire sofa, their
figures thrown out in high relief
against the background of silk-covered
wall. Cornelia's red head was In
close proximity to thai of her com companion,
panion, companion, which the Intruder saw to be
clothed with a thatch of sleek black
hair, and which he recognized as ap appertaining
pertaining appertaining to a young man whose fa father
ther father had once been shift boss on the
Rey del Monte, and who bore the pat patronymic
ronymic patronymic of Duffy.
Cornelia and Jack Duffy had the
appearance of being completely en engrossed
grossed engrossed in each other's society. In
his moment, of unobserved survey,
Cannon had time to note the young
woman's air of bashful, pleased em embarrassment
barrassment embarrassment and the gentleman's ex expression
pression expression of that tense, unsmiling
earnestness which attends the deliv delivery
ery delivery of sentimental passages. Cornelia
was looking down, and her flaming
hair and the rosy tones of her -face,
shading from the faintest of pearly
pinks to deepening degrees of coral,
were luminously vivid against the flat
surface of cream-colored wall behind
her, and beside the black poll and
thin, dark cheek of her companion.
That something very tender was afoot
was quickly seen by the visitor, who
softly withdrew, stepping gingerly
over the fur rugs, and gaining the en entrance
trance entrance to the hall with a sensation of
flurried alarm.
(Continued Tomorrow)

Ocala People Have Found This to be
The strain of overwork tells, on the
weakened kidneys more quickly than
on any other organ of the body. The
hurry and worry of business men, the
heavy lifting and stooping of work workmen,
men, workmen, the women's household cares,
tend to wear, weaken and Injure the
kidneys until they can no longer filter
the poison from the blood and the
whole body suffers from the waste
matter that accumulates. The weak weakened
ened weakened kidneys need quick assistance.
Doan's Kidney Pill3 are prepared es especially
pecially especially for sick, weakened kidneys;
tired, worn-out backs have cured
thousands of such cases. Convincing
proof In an Ocala citizen's statement.
T. R. Madden, 102 Orange avenue,
Ocala, Fla., says: "I am well pleased
with the results I have received from
Doan's Kidney Tills, procured at Ty Ty-dings
dings Ty-dings & Co.'s drugstore. My kidneys
did not do their work as they should
and there was much lameness and
soreness across my back. I used Doan's
Kidney Pills as directed and they
brought me such great relief that I
am convinced of their merits."
For sale by all dealers. Price SO
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo.
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
ake no other.
Merchants' Cafe, A. C. L depot cor corner.
ner. corner. Meals a la carte and lunches at
any hour.
Careful Estimates Made on All Con
tract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.

Wh&k h tome

You'll never
true answer
you try it

It classes among the most
nourishing of foods
Readily assimilated and 15 an
actual aid to digestion
A delicious, refreshing bever bever-age
age bever-age with any repast
A compliment to your
friends who drop in

Direct from Brewery to your
Tablepure and wholesome
Not a human hand touches it
Phone or postal

Strauss & Company
25 S. !l?aa;:cl;a SI.
Wi .liC 283

1 $65 Dining Room Set, Table, Chairs and Closet, like new $.1.00
1 Mahogany Parlor Set, 3 pieces, loose cushions, onry -.,.12.00
1 Wicker Parlor Set, 6 pieces, good condition, only . . IJJ.QO
1 6-hole Steel Range, with reservoir, good condition .... iiL'ft
1 Home-Made Desk and Book Case, glass doors, only fltftP
1 Second Hand Organ. $17. Another for only , .. 82,00
1 Phonograph, and G Records, only J5.T"
1 used Graphophone and 5 Records, Bargain at only O.fM)
1 used Graphophone and 8 Records, very cheap at
Lot of used Records, some good as new, at 20c, 110c, 40c each
Graphophone Needles, soft tone, 20 0 for . lOf
Mosquito Canopies, Steel Frames, large size, $1.00; for Iron beds, $3.3
SMITH'S, Back ol Variety Store

Union Square
Clean, Comfortable, Convenient and Home-Like Hotel, on
the American and European Plans.
American Pln, f2 per day and up. European Plan, 11.00 per day and up.
SpepU". Weekly Ratfj.
Churchill & Co;

Effective June 91b
Ocala RJorHtuera RaiHroadl
will sell round trip tickets from all points on ilp line at
one way rate, on Sunday only
Gen. Pass. Agent

Itfcermatl3m, Sciatica, Stiff Keck, Neuralgia
and Lame Back are painful aliments and It I
desirable to cret rid of them quickly. For
prompt and sure relief, rub la
imow Liniment

It is a Wonderful Pain Cure end
Healing Remedy.
It tetrats the flesh to the bone, warms th Joints, relaxes
the muscles, cases the pain and restores strength and comfort.
Fcr healing cuts, wounds, burns, tores and abrasions of tbe flesh
It Is very effective.
As a household remedy, for the accidents and ailments that are
always occurring In the family, It has no superior. It should be
kept on hand so that It can be used promptly. It begins tba
mending process as coon as It is applied and In all minor Injuries
It not only cures quickly, but heals without a scar.
Price 25cv 50c and 51.00 per Bottle.
Stephen Ere Sal re la a safe and upeedy remedy for Eor rM.