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
Publication Date:
daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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University of Florida
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of exhilaration which follows
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you should put a small quan quantity
tity quantity of Simmons Red Z Liver
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the bowels. It overcomes th:
tendency to chronic constipa constipation,
tion, constipation, relieves a bloated feeling
in the abdomen, sweetens the
breath, and promotes vigor of
body, mental alertness and
cheerful spirits.
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Means by Which Ocean Linen
Carry Enormous Sums.
Fifty Millions In Kegs Contents o1 j
Strong Rooms Sealed by Govern Government
ment Government Officials Are Secure Secure-From
From Secure-From Theft in Transit.
New York. The natural assumptlox
would be that In the safeguarding ol
the treasure which the various coun countries
tries countries are constantly sending one an another
other another by the big ocean liners there
would be required the vigilance ol
many men. This, however. Is not gen generally
erally generally the case, since, once the gold is
stored away In the rooms set apart for
that purpose on the big ships and
the vessel Is well out to sea, no arm armed
ed armed guards are necessary.
Taking the specific case of one liner
sailing under the British flag, we find
that It has two strong rooms, the
smaller of the two being In close prox proximity
imity proximity to the captain's office. This one
compartment has no doubt sheltered
gold enough to pay the cost of the
liner many times over. The walls,
the roof and the celling are lined with
two inch steel plate, and the room
contains nothing in the way of fixtures
save shelving. The locks, which are
of tho double variety, are rendered
still more secure by steel hasps cover covering
ing covering the keyholes, and they are pro provided
vided provided with massive padlocks. The
strong rooms, being in the most fre frequented
quented frequented portion of the vessel, where
persons are passing them at all hours
of the day and night, thus receive the
best protection after all. There are
two sets of keys, one of which Is re retained
tained retained by the agent In charge of the
consignment of gold and the other of
which remains with the captain.
In the case of the British vessel
mentioned there Is another and larger
specie room, situated next to the pro provision
vision provision department. This is about 12
feet in length by 4 in width. It fre frequently
quently frequently happens that both strong
rooms are filled to their utmost capac capacity,
ity, capacity, and on one occasion this liner car carried
ried carried some $50,000,000 in gold bulliion,
packed in small kegs bound with steel
Gold usually Is brought to the ves vessel
sel vessel on which it Is to be shipped the
day before the date of sailing, and it
is stored away carefully before- pas passengers
sengers passengers embark. It arrives at the
pier In ordinary trucks, under the
guard of armed men. The customary
method of getting the gold on board
is to haul the kegs up an inclined
chute to the deck by means of a hoist hoisting
ing hoisting engine, but this method is not fol followed
lowed followed invariably. Sometimes each
keg is placed In a sling and carried
on board by men detailed for this
The receipt given by the steamship
company sets forth that so many kegs
have been received for shipment, not
for any stated amount of gold to the
value of so much. The kegs bear the
government seal in many instances,
and in such cases, when they have
been safely put in the strong room,
the iron doors thereof are sealed with
government wax, the impression be being
ing being broken only when the official on
the other side comes to receive the
gold. The kegs are checked thrice
when they are taken from the trucks,
when they reach the gangway and
when they are placed in the strong
Although no armed guard stands by
the strong room,, two men watch the
room constantly so long as the ship is
in sight of land. As a matter of fact
there Is little danger of any one steal stealing
ing stealing gold In transit on a ship. It would
be necessary that he should shoulder
a keg weighing some two hundred
pounds and vanish with it without be being
ing being seen. Masters of vessels declare
gold Is the safest cargo of any to han handle.
dle. handle. The total weight of one consign consignment
ment consignment of gold shipped by the British
vessel in question amounted to some something
thing something like 30,000 pounds, or sixteen
tons, and the freight charges amount amounted
ed amounted to $12,000, or, roughly speaking,
one-eighth of 1 per cent. Specie thus
shipped Is insured at its full value.
Father Rushes to Aid and Beati
Brute Off With a Club at Lake Lake-tide
tide Lake-tide Park, Mo.
Lakeside Park, Mo. A three-cornered
fight occurred here between a mad
bull, a young boy, Raymond Barnes,
and the boy's father, who went to his
Young Barnes was badly gored be before
fore before the elder Barnes beat the brute
Into submission.
The bull first attacked the boy, who
screamed for help. His father heard
the cries, and, with the aid of a stout
club, went to his son's assistance. A
desperate combat ensued, the bull get getting
ting getting the boy down and goring him
several times.
By exerting all his strength the
father knocked the bull semi-conscious.
He then hastily grabbed up his son
and fled with him to a physician.
Young Barnes is reported to be in
a serious condition.
Phonograph Aided Burglars.
Minneapolis, Minn. Strains of
music from a phonograph were taken
advantage of by burglars to cover the
noise made by their entrance into a
house. Loot valued at nearly $100
was taken from the home of P. II.
Ware while members of the family
were being entertained by the ma machine.
chine. machine. Phone 284 for quick prescription ser service,
vice, service, t


Ultimate Possibility of It Is Suggested
by Professor Macallum,
the Scientist.
London. The time may come when
a human being can be constructed to
order in a chemical laboratory. So
it is hinted by Prof. A. B. Macallum.
fellow of the Royal society and a dis distinguished
tinguished distinguished member of the British As Association
sociation Association for the Advancement of Sci Science.
ence. Science. On his theory, an extra drop of
thi3, that or the other chemical solu solution
tion solution poured Into the crucible may turn
out, at will, a Dante or a Nero, a Car Carnegie
negie Carnegie of a dunce.
"It wa3 customary," says Professor
Macallum, "to regard living matter as
unique, with a parallel in the inorganic
world and the secrets involved in its
actions and activities as unsolvable
enigmas. There were those also who
put forth, as an explanation for all
these manifestations, the intervention
in so-called living matter of a force
otherwise and elsewhere unknown, bi bi-otic
otic bi-otic or vital, whose action was direct directed,
ed, directed, according to the character of the
structure through which it operated,
to tho production of the phenomena
in question. Living protoplasm was,
in this view, but a mark and a me medium
dium medium for action of the unknown force."
He says the methods of the labora laboratory
tory laboratory are not as jet those of nature,
because nature works unerringly, un unfalteringly,
falteringly, unfalteringly, with an amazing economy
of material and energy, while present
laboratory syntheses are but round roundabout
about roundabout ways to the waste sink.
He believes, though, that science
has made a start in the right direc direction
tion direction and is approaching the discovery
of the function and composition of
living cells. "To that end," he adds,
"a greatly developed study of micro micro-chemistry
chemistry micro-chemistry is necessary. This should
apply the stimulus to enthusiasm in
the search for reactions that will en
able us to locate with great precision j
in the living cell the constituents, in- j
organic and organic, which affect its
physical state and thereby influence
Its activity."
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iielialile Ieli-in That 'Ink en tho
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Dodson's I-ivir Tone strengthens the
liver it does not drive it to its work
by over stimulating it as ealotnel does.
Dodson's Liver Tone does not have
any of the daniierdus after-effects of
calomel. It is a vegetable liquid ab absolutely
solutely absolutely safe for either children or
urown people. Everybody likes its
Xo restriction of habit or diet neces necessary.
sary. necessary. (Jet a bottle at the Court I'iiarmaey.
"0c., and try it. If it doesn't satisfy
you, if it doesn't take the place of
calomel, you can uet your money back
by asking for it.
Englishman Finds Figure Carved
From Single Block of Ala Alabaster.
baster. Alabaster. London. Another great sphinx,
weighing ninety tons and carved from
a single alabaster block, and which
has lain buried beneath the water
logged sands on the road to Sakkareh,
has just been unearthed by Mr. Mac-
kay, one of the students of the Brit- i
Ish school in Egypt.
The location of the sphinx was told
to Mr. Mackay about a year ago and
now that the complete figure has been
excavated, it has been found to meas measure
ure measure about fourteen feet in height and
twenty-six feet in length.
Alabaster being a rock foreign to i
its neighborhood, the new sphinx is
regarded as the largest that ever has
been transported. It bears no inscrip inscription,
tion, inscription, but Is considered by Dr. Flinders
Petrie, director of the British school
In Egypt, to have been carved about
1300 B. C.
victims to stomach, liver and kidney
troubles just like other people, with
like results in loss of appetite, back backache,
ache, backache, nervousness, headache, and tired,
listless, run-down feeling. But there
is no need to feel like that as T. D.
Feebles, Henry, Tenn., proved. "Six
bottles of Electric Bitters," he writes,
"did more to give me new strength
and good appetite than all other stom stomach
ach stomach remedies I used." So they h.lp
everybody. Its follow to suffer when
this great remedy will help you from
the first dose. Try It. Only 50 cents
at Tydings & Co.
Marion-Dunn Eodse No. l.. F. A.
M. meets on the first and third Thurs Thursday
day Thursday evenings of each month at 7:::
o'clock, until further notice.
C. E. Simmons, w. m.
.Take Brown. Secretary.
loll IiAPIES
Abington. 111. After years of suffer suffering
ing suffering from kidney, bladder and rheu rheumatic
matic rheumatic trouble, was given up to die by
my home doctors. A friend had me to
use one bottle of Hall's Texas Wonder
and it cured me. Mrs. Wm. Cline. Sold
by druggists.
Merchants' Cafe, A. C. L. depot cor corner.
ner. corner. Meals a la carte and lunches -t
any hour.
Mr. S. Gunsalus. a farmer living
near Fleming. Pa., says he ha t;s-d
Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera an 1 Diar Diarrhoea
rhoea Diarrhoea Remedy in his family for four fourteen
teen fourteen years, and that he has four. 1 it to
lie an excellent remedy. and takes
pleasure in recommending it. F r
sale by all dealers.
The Ocala News Co., (1. W. Martin,
proprietor, has a large supply of coun county
ty county schools books on hand.

University of Paris to Help Stu Students
dents Students Learn Language.
Move Will Benefit S,00d Alliance
Frans&ise Assists in Establish Establishment
ment Establishment of Faculty to Instruct
the Pupils From Abroad.
Paris. The question of foreign
students at the University of Paris
has been brought to a head by com complaints
plaints complaints from the French Students' as association
sociation association that the teaching of the uni university
versity university is being hampered by the
presence -of so many students with an
imperfect knowledge of the language.
There are now over 3,000 foreign
students entered at the university,
most of them at the Faculty of Let Letters,
ters, Letters, which. cannot, it is alleged, with without
out without grave injustice to the French stu students,
dents, students, give courses which foreign stu students
dents students are capable of following.
To remedy this state of affairs, the
Alliance Francaise, in co-operation
with the university authorities, has
dee'ded to create a faculty where the
French lar.guage will be taught from
its e&rliert origins to its latest devel developments,
opments, developments, and the foreign student fit fitted
ted fitted to follow any course in the uni university
versity university without inconvenience to his
fellow students and with a profit to
The university has offered to sell to
the Alliance at a reasonable price a
plot of land conveniently situated on
the left bank of the Seine, close to the
university. In order to raise the
necessary funds to buy the land and
build and equip the necessary prem premises,
ises, premises, a stock company has been form formed
ed formed under the name of the Society of
Friends of the Alliance Francaise,
with a capital of $120,000.
The mountain sickness experienced
by mountain climbers and the species
of same ailment affecting aviators at
great heights can be prevented by
hypodermic injections of oxygen, ac according
cording according to Dr. Roux, the director of
the Pasteur Institute.
Dr. Roux read a paper before the
Academy of Sciences, demonstrating
the results of a series of experiments
made with rabbits at the summit of
Mount Blanc in Switzerland. Some of
the rabbits were treated with oxygen
and the others were not treated.
Subsequent examinations showed
that the blood of the treated rabbits
was of the natural red-purple which
would be found when at their normal
altitude. The blood cf the remaining
rabbits was blackish and unhealthy.
The scientist says the injections
may be made very easily and that
very little oxygen Is required.
Information Physician Gave on His
Condition Made Him Mel Melancholy.
ancholy. Melancholy. Tuckerton, N. J. In a fit of despond despondency,
ency, despondency, due to a belief that he was suf suffering
fering suffering from an incurable disease, Na Nathan
than Nathan Gerber, a wealthy merchant of
this place, committed suicide by cut cutting
ting cutting his throat. Gerber was one of
the most influential Hebrews in South
Jersey, and was the owner of a chain
of stores in Tuckerton, Atlantic City,
Lakewood and Mount Holly. He was
supposed to be a wealthy man, and
outside his family and a few intimates,
was believed to be ki good health.
However, he had been feeling bad re re-:ently
:ently re-:ently and went to Philadelphia to con consult
sult consult a specialist. What he was told
no one knows, for he would not talk
about his visit to the physician with
his family, but had been melancholy
and brooding ever since.
The other morning Gerber was up
early, and bought a horse from a
neighbor. He went into his store,
which stood beside his dwelling on
Main street, took a brand new razor
out of the show case, went up to the
third floor of the store and cut his
throat. He was dead when found.
Gerber was a prominent Mason. He
was well liked by every one who knew
him, and was a man of weight in
business and financial circles.
Foreigner Discovered to Be Eating
Dinners In Morning and Break Breakfasts
fasts Breakfasts at Night.
Los Angeles. Although, he has al almost
most almost tmlimited means at his disposal,
Don Jose Sanches. a member of one
of the oldest families in Spain, has
suffered from lack of food while trav traveling
eling traveling In the United States because he
could not speak a word of the English
When he arrived at the Alexandria
several days ago Don Jcse was takn
in tow by c.i?:,- ri:.o Arguella. ofTkial
interpreter of the Alexandria staff,
whose first duty every morning has
been to ascertain what th wealthy
Spaniard desired to eat during his
day. The don was then presented
with three cards, one representing his
breakfast order and the other his
luncheon and dinner bill of fare.
It was not until recently that Arcu Arcu-ello
ello Arcu-ello discovered th Spaniard had
mixed his cards and has been eating
.linner in the morning and hot cakes
with breakfast at night.
Struck Down by Falling Body.
Chicago. A window washer in an
office building was killed when he fell
from an eighth floor casement and
Rev. Henry H. Heck of Drooklyn, N.
Y., was injured when he was struck
by the falling body. His ankle was
broken and he received internal
Odd Fellows meet
-slav night.



Girl's Mother Says He Seems to Ex Exercise
ercise Exercise an Uncanny Influence
Over Her.
Asbury Park, X. J. Miss Winifred
Louise Barne3 of Geneva, N. J., has
confided to close friends that she in intends
tends intends to marry her wealthy Japanese
suitor, Sangora Ono, despite all oppo opposition.
sition. opposition. Since the calling off of their mar marriage,
riage, marriage, which was to have taken place
last Sunday at the Little Church
Around the Corner in New York
called eff for reasons not stated
Miss Barnes has been inaccessible to
newspaper men. Mr. Ono also has
been inaccessible to newspaper men.
Mr. Ono also has been unapproach
able, even changing his place of resi
But Ono was found at last at his
boardwalk auction room.
"It is a matter between ourselves,"
he said. "Xo, we are not married
He would say no more.
There is reason to believe that op opposition
position opposition of the mother of the bride
was the cause of the wedding being
interrupted. She has told friends that
the Japanese seems to have some un uncanny
canny uncanny influence over her daughter,
and that she (the mother) will dis disown
own disown her if she marries him.
Ono has often been seen accom-,
panying Miss Barnes to her boarding
place, the Plaza hotel, and parting
from her with a fond look and a
sqiieeze of the hand. rou voi r skin
Eezemn, I'lmple, Kali nml All Skin
AfficiioiiH liiickly Healed.
No matter what the trouble, eczema,
chafing, pimples, salt rheum. Zemo in instantly
stantly instantly stops irritation. The cure
comes iulk. Sinks rii?ht in. leaving
no traee. Zemo is a vanishing: liquid.
Your kin fairly revels with delight
the moment Zemo is applied. Greatest
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The wonderful way in which Eczema,
rashes, pimples, dandruff, tetter quick quickly
ly quickly heals by the maric touch of Zemo
is marvelous. Zemo is ?old by leading
dru.ii-uists everywhere, and In Ocala by
the I'ostoffice br;u' Store.
ti: in:irs i:.v mivtio
Notice is hereby uiven that the reg regular
ular regular state uniform examination for
teachers" certificates will be held in
cala beiiinniiiL; on Tuesday, Septem September
ber September 1!1'. The white applicants will
meet at the i-ala Hinh School and the
colore. 1 at Howard Academy at a. m.,
and all conn- prepared with paper, pens
and ink for the work.
Tiie usual fee
of 51 will illccted at the beginning
f the work.
Very respectfully,
T. II. Itrinson, Supt.
Near ltochelle, 111., an Indian went
to sleep on a railroad track and was
killed by the fast express. He paid
for his carelessness with his life.
Often its that way when people neg neglect
lect neglect coughs and colds. Don't risk your
life when prompt use of Dr. King's
New Discovery will cure them and so
prevent a dangerous throat or lung
trouble. "It completely cured me, in a
short time, of a terrible cough that
followed a severe attack of grip."
writes J. R. Watts, Floydada, Texas,
"and I regained l." pounds in weight
that I had lost." Quick, safe, reliable
and guaranteed. 30c. and $1. Trial
bottle free at Tydings & Co.
Fort Kin? Camp. No; 14, Woodmen
of the World, will hold their next reg regular
ular regular meeting Friday evening, Sept. 1:5.
at Yonge's Hall. Every member is
urged to be present and visitors al always
ways always welcome. B. N. Posh, C. C.
C. K. Sage, Clerk.
run Picojiimssivi;" party
Is the individual, man or woman, who
uses Foley Kidney Fills for backache,
rheumatism, weak back and other kid kidney
ney kidney 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 yellow
low yellow paeltage. Anti-Monopoly Drug Drugstore.
store. Drugstore. STHAVKI) IIORSI-:
Lookout for a blind mare, suckling
colt, almost black in color, totally
blind. Strayed from lot back of fire
station in ocala Thur-day n:-: Fin Finder
der Finder w.ll please notify th:.- 'r
E. FogJestrom. Montagu', a.:. 5 r ive
u; table reward.
A vast an.;..:.:
to impaired din
stomach fails to p
ill health is due
lion. Wi:-n the
v.:: ft ions
properly the wh system t.-.rmes
deranged. A f--.v doses of Cha-i.ber-
a u:e
a'i yo i n- -1.
i . e
will -tr-ngth.n :r lig--t:n. invig invigorate
orate invigorate your liver, ar. 1 reg :;li". voir
i owe Is. entirely do.r.g v.v.iy 'vith that
miserable feeling due to fa :ly d.ges-
Trv i M-'tr.v others h..v-- be. n
; -ermanently c:r d why r.--t y-.
sale by all deal- rs.
A first class firm, two m.l-s south southwest
west southwest of Kenlriek and about the same
distance frim both the Kendrit-k ?v.
Blitchton hard roals. 1-0 acres in the
property, 40 acres of cut-over land
with srrr.e timber 1-2 ft. Will sell s-i-arate
if desired. a: res under Xen:-e.
Z acres of whi-h has gr:-wr. up in
bushes and small pine .-arlirg. First
class pir.e. oak and h-.kory l-.r.d. F.n F.n-well
well F.n-well of r.vt-r f ii!:r:g water. Fairly
Lot of i-i:':'.
:--. f; s a r. 1 n g o r -vs
: erfc :t ar. 1 place is
A -or-iin at 2"00. If
re at th Star office.
"Were all me i: tines as meritorious
as Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy the world would
he much better off and the percentage
' of suffering greatly decreased." writes
Lindsay Scott, of Temple. Ind. For
' sale by all dealers.






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Specialist In Clinic Diseases



Office. 33.1.
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Dr. Stewart's Residence, 52. Corner of Public Square
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J. II. Benjamin, Editor.

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



Quite a .shock came to many of our
citizens to-lay when it became known
that Mr. S. K. Rowe was dead.

Mr. Howe, while able to attend

business, had not
time, tho neither
thought he was
days ago, he was
tack of malarial
tne hospital. He
well there. and

When It comes to putting the kibosh
on the "pride of the eye? and the lust
of the flesh." Atlanta has a minister
who is right up near the head of the
class and what in more, he's a Cath Catholic.
olic. Catholic. Rev. Father O. N. Jackson, pastor of
St. Anthony's Cathedral he being the
man in question has issued an edict,
or announcement, or proclamation, or
whatever you may call it, to the effect
that women attending his church must
have their bodies covered up.
Not partly, but all.
There must be no nudeness of the
arms; no nudeness of the neck and
shoulders: no nudeness of any part or
section whatsoever, save the face.
Nor Is that all. There must be none
of that clinging effect around the legs
and hips, so calculated to divert the
men of the congregation from con contemplation
templation contemplation of holy things.
Father Jackson declares that a
peek-a-boo waist or a hobble skirt Is
worst than no waist at all, or no skirt
at all.


The last obstacle to the widening of
Peachtree street. Atlanta, in order to
complete its transformation from res residence
idence residence into business property, has been
removed by the city council. The city
is to buy a narrow strip so that Albert
Howell can set back his new $500,000
apartment house at Peachtree and
Ponce de Leon avenue, and is to pay
$7,500 damages to the owner of a small
store building opposite the new Cap Capital
ital Capital City Club. These transactions
mark the passing of one of the most
famous residence thoroughfares in the
country. The name of Peachtree street
Is as well known in Ilurope as is the
name of Champs Klysees in America.
Since the founding of Atlanta it has
been the city's leading fashionable
residence street. Now, in the rapid
march of progress, it is destined to be become
come become the city's leading business

been well for orae
he nor anyone else
seriously ill. A few
the victim of an at at-fever,
fever, at-fever, and went to
seemel to be doing
this, morning had

about decided to return to his place of

business on North Magnolia street. He j
sat up in bed and gave some directions j
about business matters to his daugh- j
ter, Mrs. Mary Rogie. drank a glass of!
buttermilk and seemed well enough to j
dress and leave his room. He decided j

however to remain in the hospital an another
other another day. Mrs. IJogie left to carry
out his instructions and Mr. Roue,
after drinking another glass of milk,
lay down. A few minutes later, a
nurse, going into his room, found him
unconscious and unable to breathe.
She summoned a physician, but before
the doctor could arrive, Mr. Rowe had
passed away.
Mr. Rowe was born at Hollen, in
Maine 57 years ago. He came to Flo Florida
rida Florida about thirty years ago and first

settled at Sprint Park, after which he
and his family removed to Ocala. and
have been here ever since. Mr. Itowe
followed different lines of business,
but for the last few years had conduct conducted
ed conducted a meat and vegetable market, be beside
side beside a restaurant. He made himself
an enviable reputation for fair deal dealing,
ing, dealing, was a kind-hearted man, a good
neighbor and a faithful friend.
His relations in Ocala are his wife,
Mrs. Jessie A. Howe, his daughter,
Mrs. Mary Rogie, and two grandchild grandchildren.
ren. grandchildren. Miss Rlla liogie and Master Frank
IJogie. In the course of his long resi residence
dence residence in the county, lie made a great
many friends, all of whom are sincere sincerely
ly sincerely grieved at his .vudden death.
Mr. Howe's remains were embalmed
by Mclver & MacKay and held held
subject to the wishes of his relatives.
It Is not decided whether interment
will be made here, or in I'oston by the
side of Mr. Howe's sister, who died
some years ago.

uu. mil


(jitm. i.. tan iioiHi, t.unori


ltrntion. Itiiinr en of Marlon

We publish below
from n rt--ent is.u- of

one of the mo

-oriiia. ar.'i a .-it the

t:ios- business men

some '"facts'
Golden Age


reliable papers in

r h .- cnTii:,1rj,!rin of

hontly Ve-

licvtf that saloons ar.- r.e-?e.-ary to the
prosperity .m l growth of a town. Mr.
K. P. Retitz N i former resident of
Dublin ur.-l voiu-hv for the full truth
of thr statements mad.- in the Golden
A'jh. We would be --lad if our busy
editor.- would al.-o "read as they run"
what is said about a bright banquet
wit ii out win-. The occasion was the
annual meeting of the press associa association
tion association of the ireat .-tare of Georgia.
Wit Without Wine
Not lonir. l:t"y .-peeohes at that ban banquet,
quet, banquet, thank you. The toa.-tma.-ter
knew bow to tou-'u 'em up. and touch
'em off about every three minutes. Say.

FOP. RENT Offices In TTolder balls ballsing.
ing. ballsing. Apply to Davis & Martin.
F'R RENT Cp-stairs rooms for
gentlemen, only one door east of post post-ofri.
ofri. post-ofri. e. 2 N. 1st street.
FOR RENT Three furnished room
tor light housekeeping; first floor
ronr, all conveniences, including gas
itove, half block from A. C. L. depot.
No. Z Oklawaha avenue.
FOR RENT Two or three rooms,
furnished fur light housekeeping in
the new Hierman flat, opposite the
ro.-toffieo. In-iuire upstairs at the
building or at the Star office.


LTOod petip

bird! And w
wasn't afraid

that man Taliaferro is a
ith all hi-- ready wit. he

to --ay tilings straight

For the

f;niso win.


II A 1,1.


The following from the September
Cosmopolitan will be Interesting to
all and encouraging to many:
There is that In nature which Is
called the law of average. Without a
knowledge of this law, the insurance
companies would be unable to do bus business.
iness. business. By it they eliminate chance,
for chance applies only to small num numbers.
bers. numbers. Understand the working prin principles
ciples principles of big things, and there is no
uncertainty. The rest is detail.
Business In the United States Is not
an uncertain proposition, taken as a
whole. When you hear somebody say
that ninety-five men out of a hundred,
fall In business, put it down on a par
with one of those ancient bromides
about nine men out of ten in New York
City eventually filling a drunkard's
Krave. It is what Ed How calls "Hook
Work Talk."
Failure is the exception. Men may
die, but very, very seldom do they
Join the down-and-out club.
Failure, like disease, always sends
warnings; it rings its bell and blows
Its whistle. And most men, every everywhere,
where, everywhere, are able to side-step, hedge,
counter, duck, climb the fence, raise
an umbrella, and escape the grim
monster of defeat.
Always, of course, granting the dic dictum
tum dictum that life Is a dengerous business,
and none of us get out of it alive. But
death and failure are not synonymous.
Death is as natural as life, and for all
we know. Just as good. Thomas Car Car-lyle
lyle Car-lyle said It was better, but he spoke
while yet alive. The only people who
fall are those who take a sedative and
go to sleep on the track when they
see trouble coming.
Success, of course, is a comparative
proposition. There is no such thing
as an absolute success. Neither should
there be absolute failure.
Last year. In America, there were
12,000 failures. But Just remember
that where 12,000 firms went Into
bankruptcy, there were nearly two
million business concerns that didn't.
Also, note this, that of all bank bankrupts,
rupts, bankrupts, ninety per cent are men employ employing
ing employing a capital of less than $",000. Of
the 12,000 failures in 1911, only 221
had liabilities of over $100,000.
Failures can be traced to definite
causes, and almost without exception
moral bankruptcy precedes the finan financial
cial financial smash.
And while we all fail, in certain
things, every day, the man who fails
absolutely is a very, very rare propo proposition,
sition, proposition, with something peculiarly ab abnormal
normal abnormal In his constitution.
The law of average will show that
most of our acts and decisions are
right and proper, and altogether
Mentally, the failure Is a defective;
physically, a wreck; morally, a degen degenerate.
erate. degenerate. Really, take us as we run. we are
not such a bad lot, after all.
The number of failures seems large
because more publicity Is given to
bad news than to good news. Success
and good news are not proclaimed
from the housetops. The happy, ef efficient,
ficient, efficient, successful people go quietly
about their business, and these are In
the vast majority. Failure Is the rare
exception. Man was made for success.
He who has nobly and patiently
worked at a worthy task has already
succeeded. And even Omnipotence
cannot make the past never to have
been. The past Is ours, and death can cannot
not cannot rob us of It.
It is good to live!

Harrington Hall, the new hotel be being
ing being built by R. S. Hall at Ocala, is to
b managed by L. M. Gibson, who was
formerly connected with the Seminole
hotel in this city in the capacity of
auditor and bookkeeper.
Mr. Gibson has spent several weeks
in Chicago and other northern places
selecting the furnishings of the hotel.
When opened Harrington Hall, he
claims, will be one of the finest in the
state in the way of comfort and con convenience.
venience. convenience. Mr. Gibson is now at Castlewood,
Va., where he is passing a brief out outing
ing outing before going to Ocala to look
after the preliminaries attending the
completion and opening of his house.

Fill IT ;itOW EKH AT



At the home of the bride's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Mills, in Berlin
yesterday afternoon. Miss Lottie Viola
Mills was married to Mr. Joseph Speer
Everett. Rev. Bunyan Stephens of this
city officiating. Mr. Everett is the
yard superintendent of the Rentz
mills at Fort McCoy, at which place
the young couple will make their

Because it made no provision for the
continuance of the commerce court
and included a sever-year clause rel relative
ative relative to government clerks the pres president
ident president has vetoed the legislative, ex executive
ecutive executive and Judicial appropriation bill,
carrying a total of thirty-four mill mill-Ions
Ions mill-Ions of dollars.

WANTED To exchange 160 acres
of land for city property. Land locat located
ed located on hard road, four miles from the
city limits of Ocala. Address C. H.
Stuart. 99 Daugherty street. Ocala. Fla.

Gainesville. Aug. 15. Adopting the
report of the commission named by
Secretary McRae to fix a standard of
mature oranges, the Florida fruit
growers who assembled here yester yesterday
day yesterday adjourned late in the afternoon.
A ratio of 7 to 1 of sugar against
acids is the standard fixed in the re report
port report of tlie commission for mature or oranges.
anges. oranges. The meeting, which was held in the
Engineering Hall at the University of
Florida, was attended by over 150
prominent growers, only twenty-nine
of which were members of the Florida
Citrus Exchange.
A large number of delegates to the
fruit growers convention that met in
Gainesville yesterday stopped at the
Ocala House last night on their way
home. They were R. L. Mayes. H. J.
Drane, August Beirver and S. M. Steph Stephens
ens Stephens of Lakeland; If. E. Sheppard of
Tampa, Jno. R. Basiger of Auburn Auburn-dale;
dale; Auburn-dale; J. W. Weeks of Punta Gorda; J.
L Sauls. Ona; R. J. Knight, Clear Clearwater;
water; Clearwater; J. W. Simmons, Plant City: Ed Edward
ward Edward Parkinson, Alva.

from the shoulder when he
it came under the head of

Goo.l of the Order."
In introducing Hon. 'Maul M. Meth Meth-vln.
vln. Meth-vln. of East man. president of the as association,
sociation, association, lie paid a glowing tribute to
tlie (leanness of Methvin's re'iucst
that there be no intoxicating drinka drinkables
bles drinkables of any kind served at the ban banquet.
quet. banquet. Methvin is a sane, rock-ribbed
prohibitionist on all occasions but we
are persuaded that he didn't know
Dublin through and through, or he
wouldn't have counted that brave re request
quest request necessary for Dublin drove out

barrooms long before the state went

j dry, while the effort to favor near beer

saloons in that bristling-, moving town
proved a dismal, glorious failure!
How much better a banquet with
clear heads and warm hearts with
plenty of wit, but without the wine,
with its tangled tongues and its fool foolish
ish foolish follies the wine that at last
"biteth like a serpent and stingeth
like an adder."
Prohibition Started Dublin' Prosperity
The truth is Dublin's real prosper prosperity
ity prosperity began with the banishment of bar barrooms.
rooms. barrooms. President Robinson, of the
mammoth Robinson Hardware Com Company,
pany, Company, toll the writer how, in the early
days of Dublin, when barrooms ruled
the town, drunkenness was general,
while every Saturday afternoon and
night marked the devil's carnival of
drink and shooting, crime and shame.
But these dark days could not last.
Reason and righteousness came to the
throne: barrooms were dumped into
the Ovonee river that flows in solemn
majesty by the city of brains and
bravery; Dublin leaped forward with
a mighty bound: parents for many
miles around began to count it a proper
place to rear and educate their child children:
ren: children: merchants and manufacturers,
schools and churches, like Napoleon's
call for arms, "seemed to rise from the
earth and fall from the skies."
Dublin' Growth
In 18!0 Dublin's population was just
a few hundred, in l'.'OO it was 2.ft87, in
U10, 5.7l5. and today 1 1 2. it is more
than 7.500 people, showing an increase
in twelve years of 150 per cent. The
increase in the population of Laurens
county has been almost as wonderful.
In l'JIO the census showed 25,501 peo people,
ple, people, ranking seventh n the ntire
state, and lacking just a few hundred
people of being one of the "Big Six"
Tlie importation and sale of ab absinthe
sinthe absinthe in the United States will be pro prohibited
hibited prohibited after October 1st. It is dan dangerous
gerous dangerous to health. We are glad to note
the above. God grant that the day
may soon come when everything that
is sapping American strength and
lowering American honor, purity and
morals will be struck by the strong
arm of the law and with temptation
removed we may become indeed and in
truth a nation "whose God is the

FOR RENT A six-room cottage
Apply to Dr. Fuller.
Two five room cottages for rent;
new and well located. Apply to F. W.
FOR RENT 131 South Watula
street. 2-story, seven rooms, large lot.
$15. H. C. Packham.
FmR SALE Furniture: Wardrobe,
range, gas stove, dressers, beds, child's
bed. chairs, table, kitchen safe, kitchen
cabinet, chiffioner. rockers, sewing ma machine,
chine, machine, washstand, center tables, car carpets.
pets. carpets. P. O. P.ox 219, ala. Fla.



The market formerly known as the
Ollie Mordis is now open. Will keep on
band a supply of fresh meats and fish
Orders by phone will receive prompt
attention. Phone number 315. Come
to the old stand and be treated right.
Yours respectfully,
Dealer in Fancy Groceries, N. Magnolia.


Lost, somewhere- between South
Third street and Kendriek. on the
hard road, the oil bowl of an automo automobile
bile automobile tail light. Finder will please re return
turn return to Star office.


The Ocala Lodge, No. 6f9, Loyal Or Order
der Order of Moose, meets each Thursday
evening at 8 o'clock in the Gary build building,
ing, building, third floor. Visiting brothers are
invited to attend our meetings.
Geo. F. Mershon. Dictator.
E. L. Stapp. Secretary.


Ocala Lodge No.
held every Monday at

Castle Hall, over Peyser's
drugstore. A cordial welcome
ing brothers. F. E. WetherbeV
Chas. K. Sage. K. R. S.

30 p. m. at

to visit visit-.
. visit-. C. C.


Tulula Lodge No. 22. Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every
Tuesday evening, at 7:30 o'clock in
Yon ire's hall. Fort King avenue. Visit Visitors
ors Visitors in the city invited to be with us.
A. M. Lansford. N. G.
W. I Colbert. Secretary.

STRAYED A small. black filly.
olind in both eye. Supposed to have
r.roken loose from hitching place near
Temple theater. Return or give infor information
mation information to Chas. E. Fogle-trom, Monta Montague.
gue. Montague. LOST Somewhere between Oklawa Oklawaha
ha Oklawaha avenue and Seaboard depot, a solid
gold pin, shape of violet with pearl in
center. If returned to Mrs. Sinclair
finder will be rewarded.


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.


COOK WANTED A cook is wanted
at the Marion County Hospital. Apply
to the matron at the hospital building.
MEN Our illustrated catalogue ex explains
plains explains how we teach barber trade in
few weeks, mailed free. Moler Barber
College, Atlanta, Ga.


FOR SALE Cheap for cash, my 4-year-old"
' mare or will let for feed.
Perfectly gentle, works anywhere. J.
M. Gates. Jr.. Anthony. Fla.


hleniro nnil ev York Tea him of (he
National League In the
W Inily Oly
Chicago. Aug. 16. Girded for a
struggle to the finish. Chicago and
New York teams of the National
League began yesterday a three-game
series. It seemed as if all Chicago had
turned out to see the first game. The
Cubs won fifteen out of eighteen games
in their recent invasion of the east.
Marqtiard is the pitcher for New York.
Lavender or Rich it pitch for Chicago.
('h;cago won the opening game of
the series. The- score was 5 to 1.




The Epworth League held its regu regular
lar regular monthly meeting at the home of
Miss Ruth Ervin on North Main street
last evening. Quite a crowd had as assembled
sembled assembled by the appointed hour, 8 p.
m.. when the meeting was called to
order by the league's president, Mr.
Roy Nixon. Reports from officers show show-that
that show-that the league has added several new
members to its list. After several im important
portant important subjects were discussed the
business meeting adjourned to meet
again one month from date.
Tlie remainder of the evening was
most pleasantly passed with games
an 1 refreshments. Immediately after
the adjournment of the business meet meeting
ing meeting refreshmnets consisting of punch
and cakes were served. same being
greatly enjoyed by all. After which
several games were played much to the
delight of everyone present. By 10:45
p. m. all had taken their departure,
very grateful to the Misses Ervin for
the pleasant evening afforded all.

George Giles, the cotton manufac manufacturer,
turer, manufacturer, is in Hot Springs, where lie is
taking treatment for his rheumatism.
From there Giles will go to Chicago
where, with Dr. Booker T. Washing Washington
ton Washington anil many other leading men of
the colored race from the south, a
great convention will be held of an
emigration and industrial nature.
Giles has written for a lot of the copies
of the Star's special edition, which he
says he will put out to good advantage
in Chicago among people who are
thinking of coming here.

on Aug. 11 Messrs. Walter i ). Per Perkins.
kins. Perkins. Ed Dreyfous, O. C. Schwartz and
A. M. Dusky, four of Ocala's most pop popular
ular popular bartenders, went to Jacksonville
to attend the annual outing of the
local bartenders' union, which took
place about four miles from Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville on the St. Johns river at a beau beautiful
tiful beautiful spot known as Seven Oaks.
Messrs. Dreyfous and Dusky went on
to New York after attending the pic picnic,
nic, picnic, but Messrs. Perkins and Schwartz
returned to Ocala. and report a very
enjoyable time. There was somewhere
between two and three thousand people
at the picnic, over half of whom were
ladies. Tickets were sold at $1.50 each,
which amount included all expenses
for the day, and boats were run on a
schedule whereby one could go to or
from tlie picnic ground every half-hour
during the day. At the picnic grounds
one could have all the cold beer, soda
water or ice cream one could wish,
and at noon there was plenty of all
kinds of good things to eat, including
plenty of nicely barbecued meats, all
of which was free.
The bartenders who were present
from Ocala enjoyed themselves so
much that they are now working to
have a similar affair somewhere near
oala. to which all the ladies and
children, as well as all the men, will
be heartily welcomed, and the boys
say that they will make special effort
to make the occasion an enjoyable one
for the ladies. It has not yet been ful fully
ly fully decided where the picnic will be
held, but presumably a short distance
down the river from Silver Springs.

i iinfldti i ii i soiBP1 i li i ii m m.

A "Blue Ribbon" Lunch at the Club
THE rich, mellow flavor of Pabst "Blue Ribbon" Beer is delightfully
distinctive, such as the none -other -like -it flavor of your favorite
cheese and of the toasted crackers.
C When served at luncheon, its appetizing appearance is in harmony
with the most refined surroundings and select company.

Bottled only at the brezvery in crystal clear bottles,
showing at a glance that it is clean and pure.
Be sure to order a case sent home today. Phone or write.
Keating & Co.

26-28 Maine St. Phonc 22 Ocala, Fla.







I Matinee Wednesday Afternoon ::: Amateur Night Wednesday


Ufji.Y iiim;i: m;ist

St. Louis. Auy. 1C. A note found i:
the purse of Mrs. Hallie F. Forrest,
widow of a son of Gen. Nathan Hert Hertford
ford Hertford Forrest. Confederate cavalry
leader, declared she hail been dishon dishonorably
orably dishonorably treated while helpless in i
straight-jacket in the city sanitarium.
Mrs. Forrest killed herself yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon in a park.

The consequence of the treatment, i
she said, had made it seem necessary I

to end her life, although "no woman
ever killed herself that hated to do -o
as much as I."
The superintendent of the hospital
said that Mrs. Forrest had been cared
for while in a .strainht-jacket by wo women
men women attendants only.

Meal Fireless Cmli Stove

Made in One. Two and Three Compartments Ten Sizes

"I am a traveling salesman," writes
E. E. Younge, E. I'erkshire, Va., "and
was often troubled with constipation
and indigestion till I began to use Dr.
King's New Life Fills, which I have
found an excellent remedy." For all
stomach, liver or ikdney troubles they
are uneiualed. Only 23 cents at Ty Ty-dings
dings Ty-dings & Company.

Dr. H r. Sistrunk and Mr. J M.

(Talley of Dade City, were in Lakeland
j yesterday, spending most of the day
(at the salesroom of the Lakeland Au Au-jtomobile
jtomobile Au-jtomobile Supply Co.. from which they

in the afternoon for their
i handsome flve-passenzer
purchased by Dr. Sistrunk.

lb ft late
jhnir.e in

Ford car.


CIIPTER NO. l.t H. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Oali
Chapter No. 1". 11. A. M.. on the fourth
Friday in every month, at 7:H0 p. m.
C. E. Connor, II. I.
Jake Drown, Secretary.

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


Do you like to know that your pre prescriptions
scriptions prescriptions are filled correctly, with the

best of drugs, and delivered to you I

promptly? Then try the Court Pharm Pharmacy.
acy. Pharmacy. Send or phone 284.


The readers

this pap.



A reward of ten dollars will le paid
for evidence sufficient to convict party
or parties who sometime during the
past fifteen days stole battery soil
from our engine house.
Carney Investment Company.

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 all
their friends to be with them on the

pleased to learn that there i at 1 is,
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure in all its s:a-:e. nnd
that i catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure
the only positive cure now to
the medical fraternity. Catarrh being
a constitutional disease. ren'-iires a
constitutional treatment. Hall's

Catarrh Cure is taken internally. i:t i:t-i
i i:t-i ing directly npon the blood and rr. i i-jcous
jcous i-jcous surface of the sy-tem. thereby
! destroying the four, ion of the
: sease. and giving the paier.t strength
, by buil.Iing up the constitutor, and as-
!ting nature in doing its work The
proprietors have so niu.-h faith :n ::s
i curative powers that t'..ey offer .-r.e
: hundred dollars for any case that it
fails to cure. Send for lis: of testi testi-jmonials.
jmonials. testi-jmonials. Address F. J. Chtr.-y .: Co..
Toledo, O. Sold by druffgl.-rs. 7,"e. Take
Hall's Family Fills for cortipation.

Get your certificates framed at the
Ocala News Co.

A well Improved farm of twenty

jfcres, southeast of Summerfield. Good

house, barn and eranary. good chicken
houses and runs; two horses and
wagon and harness. Will sell stock
separately or with farm. O. H. Baum.
Summerfield, Fla. P. O. Box 08.

There are very few writers mor in interesting
teresting interesting than Charles D;ck ns. nnd
Martin Chuzzelwit Is one of his best
works. The Vitagraph Film
has reproduced this great vork in a
three-reel feature picture which will
be shown at the A?r Dome Friday

Wacahoota. Aug. 16. Mrs. Vida
Hazel of Hpartanbursr. S. '.. and Mrs.
M. R. Reck of Jacksonville accom

panied by Mrs .T. P. Smi:

Separate for I-I;irli Com part men t Water Sealed Top Soil

Aluminum Lining Celehrntod "Wear-Kvcr" Aluminum Cooking
Utensils l'erfect Insulation Ileautifully Finished
Vulcanized Hardwood Case

Effective heat rentcntion is the one principle upon which any flrele

cooker must stand or fall. It is the fundamental of fireless cooker coi

The Wnirr eal Tp which is an exclusive feature of the "Idear" h
solved the problem of perfect heat retention. In no other way can a leaka
of heat, and a corresponding loss of cooking efficiency be prevented.

Tlie principle of this water seal top can hardly be clearly ret forth hen

Rut come to our store and we will take pains to demonstrate the principle.

W ere the "Ideal' an unsightly object instead of the handsome piece
furniture it is, it would still be the one- fireless cooker to buy, because of H

water seal t-p, the crowning achievement in fireless cooker building:.

We p ;t out r-puT.ition back of the "Ideal'' along with the manufacture

and we offer it to yo i w.t.i a guarantee of satisfaction.

IVfTf flbim f-TirlvrTPp nrr

Ocala, Florida

who has

Rites of poisonous Insects that cause

ithe flesh to swell up must be treated!
jwith a healing antiseptic that win j
i counteract the poison and heal the j
j.MENT answers every re-iuirement in
I such casc-s. Price 23c. 50c ar.l 1 r er

bottle. .cold by all druggists. j



The odor of stale perspiration about
the body can be gotten rid of by using
FLUID in the bath tub. It purifies the
skin thoroughly and lends a refreshing
influence to the bafh. Price large bot bottle,
tle, bottle, SOc. Sold by all druggists.

j Merchants' Cafe. A. C. L. depot ct ct-iner.
iner. ct-iner. Meals a la carte and lunches at
any hour.

When In Jacksonville stop with Mrs.
E. K Maloney. at the Glrard. No. 11
East Duval street. Just off Main. Best
75c. room In the city.


The Great lllood rarlfler and Xerre
Tonic, for Rheumatism. Kidney and
lllailrirr Trouble Price 50c.

Dr. I.tvlnsrtonn Dlspeprlue Powders, j
for Indigestion and Momach Tron- j
hie Price KO Cent
Dr. I.ivlncton'i Golden Catarrh Halm, j
for Catarrh of the Head. Hay j
Fever of Catarrhal Nature. j
Price SO Cent j
Tbee Remedies Can Alway Ie Found j
at the Court Pharmaov, Ocala, Fla. 1

been visitin-z relatives in Gainesville,
arrive! here Thursday. Mr. and Mrs.
c. C Pe lri k of Gainesville hrousht the
party over in Mr. IVdrick's auto and
Ten the lay with Mr--, c. M. Smith.
Mrs. Haz-1 an 1 Mrs. Reck will viit
relative-- r.-r- for some time.
Mrs. T. N. Smith and niece. M:-s
Leolj. Smith returned Friday from a
week' ojt'.r. rs a White Springs.
Mis-- Alta R.-k. after -pending two
weeks with her -:-,i-r. Mrs J. M
Smith, left Saturday for her home at
Fellow-hi p. Mis- A Ira has many
frien ShserdeLo, h 'tfFR
friends h.-r- wh- are always pla-el
o have here in our midst.
Mr. .1. M. Smith was -A business vis visitor
itor visitor to Willi -ton Saturday.
Mr. V. I'. Smith returned from a
v:.-lt to Ocala last Wednesday.
Mr W.Uiarn Curry of Palatka Is
visitinr his cousin. Miss Thelma Cur Curry.
ry. Curry. Rev. Ma u It r-us of Starke filled his
regular appointment at the Baptist
church here Sunday.
Mr. Harvey Rrut-r. is slowly improv-
Mr. and Mrs. T. I'. Whiteside-- and
children were shopj.inir in Micanopy
Saturday afternoon.


A. T. Thomas. Pkks.

J. Tiiomtson, Manager

The Woodmar Sand & Stone Co.


Lake Weir Sand and Crushed Rock
Cement Blocks and all kintir of Cement Forms, from
stock or special designs. Contractors in Cement
Sidewalks, Curbing, and Street Paving of all de descriptions.
scriptions. descriptions. I LVsi deuces or Stores contracted in
in Brick. Stone and Cement.
Contracts taken anywhere in the ptate. Esti Estimates
mates Estimates furnished on request.




2. Extracts From a Mary


Here it is on the 14th of the month and my earning
are about all gone. Of (.onrw I was compelled to make
some necessary purchases and the doctor bill of six dollars.
I had not counted on. If I could only make up my mind
to save a little each month! Hut I would have to IVrego

some of my pleasures, I fear. As it is, I am only working! Mr

ior my Doam ana clothes, and 1 1JU work' nara. ii i
frnnlrl rvnlv I-adie

i; to fivi:
in r won of oi

rhone 284 for quirk r'

i X
: 'i: -.:- I
' i ). K :
: t ..

r .j 1 ui boy.
A. C. L train a


Mr II. P

f xi

a- i r. t'


Dr. I.. Illalm-k, phvr-lnn. office
phone No. 132.

ail tcJTi
i 'T- ...
n n
.- L.-e-o-
b-t :n
-.r o .vr.

-rftr Mnncaitrr' KfTrt I.aadH
'h: lb" -t lifeline f the Mate
i-i.b-rir.- hralr of ( ummfrrr

for the IlrW-k C itr


r.; r

o M. ;V. of I:.-:


'tit I itKtitl

... 1 7 .1 I

!' l.rf'

u sj i

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 eiliciency
from it .just like the motor car.
Give the finest auto bad gasoline and you get poor
speed-feed the best man alive en improper food and
you see a human wreck. You owe it to yourself-for
your health's sake, for your pecket's sake, to feed your
stomach with finest groceries, good wholesome food.
That is YOU It fuel.
Johnson's Educator Crackers make the right kind of fuel
for you, because they arc made from Whole Wheat Hour.
Educator Wafers. Educator Toasferctt (buttered, salted and
toasted). Educator Luncheon Discuit. Educator Sued
Graham. Educator Ginger Snaps. Educator Animal
Crackers. Fruited Educator (Sultana Raisins), Educator
Bran Cookies, a natural laxative.
o K. Teapot (Grocery
PHONES 16 and 174


Following arc just a Few of the Thousands of
Articles Carried In our Great Furniture, Hardware,
House Furnishing and General Supply Store. Come
in and look the stock over, you will find many
things you want.
For the Office
lloll ami Flat Top Desks, Tyewriter Desks, Stenographer's
Desks, Oflice Chairs, Stools. Sofas, Ktc.
For the Dining Room
Handsome Round or Square Extension Tables, Dining Chairs,
K lifts. Sideboards and Chiffoniers, llouffet-s, China Closets, China
Dinner Sets. Lamps, Fine Table Linen, Ktc.
Parlor Furniture
Handsome Mahotran), Oak, Willow or Mission Chairs, Straight
Hacked or Hookers, Tables, Sofas, Lam, Hugs and Carpets, Pic Pictures.
tures. Pictures. Bedroom Furniture
Heautiful Dressers and Wash Stands in Golden Oak, Hirdseye
Maple or Mahogany. Heautiful Iron and Hrass Hed in over Fifty
Different Varieties and Prices. Hugs and Mattings, Chiffoniers and
Wardroles, Toilet Sets, Hlankets, Comforts and Linens.
For The Pantry and Kitchen
Handsome Itefrigerators and Ice Chests in Several Different
Makes and Styles and any Size or Price Desire!. Stoves and Hanges
In Kit her 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, Hiiles and Ammu Ammunition;
nition; Ammunition; Fire Sets, Screens and Irons. YAc.
Carriage and Harness Dept
Huggies, Carriages and Wagons for all PurHses, Harness, Sad Sad-Domestic
Domestic Sad-Domestic and Imiorted, Art Squares, Mattings,, in the Coutnry.
dies, ip Hohes, Whips and Fverything for the Horse or Vehicle.
PHONE 47 North Magnolia St. OCALA, FLA.

hats at I ir, '.vr..

prices n N'.rth M.isn .: -:re: t i i

,-.-..-.-:. wi :: iy. rs 1 r.;.t
. -r ;.-":-vlv-- so.- .r. K:--i-!.m-:-.

I T:;-r- .va.- j - iT,... -.vh: .v t j. i r. a: : r. : :
I v- :i th- :-.' b- ..f I., f -s- '.rr.'r.,-r
:jr. .y t way r-u; ;. .-: t'.t-:r ,1a r...'z t
, i": ::; a .-. iy .at .-houl-l :r an w.-h v.-ry ; r..-;

! ;.iay.-l a -tr -n an-1 ::arrr.or.: ..;.- -it. ; r-.-l.J-nt Sy

r. :t Tr;'-'.ir.-


! town tr. lay.


arr wa-

You r v.a. ation r.or -.rn;.l-f e witfi- I
out a ko.l tk. (It-rU'- 1 -1 f :i- I)r:m- v,:

I tr. 1 ;.

Ill .- .tru.-k out tw-lv-I
.'.- IT-: ; !jy r- aTi l'.--

r jr.r..:;- w t i :":.;n to a.lmlr-.

11 i! i j.ii)'tr w.-r- rharni-1

Oon-.Ivte or-

t a : '!.a :t.1 r of 1
- 1 h- re fw-r- (
' ir: launch-.! i
f .-UC'T s. II. C.
wa? oho?or.

t.:- o..,i!i wa ihu.-tn for the of!

a?r r.ct annual (n.n:!n. winninar
over Iik-lan.!. t. IV: r-V.ur. Miami

" r. t


ucht the



; Mr. A. M. Kan-for.I nit)
in-.-s visit Inli to. lay.

i n a i s

Itt-xall N .l.-tr..y thv ..lor of
rspirat i-n. "-ri 1 'u-: of :i -.- Iruir-stor-s.
Mr. I'etf Mrlntoh, who has heon
quit.- si.k, is a!l- to hr- out ariin.

aril I'ala:ka. a

t r. -a: in I-.-.-bursr. honor.
r-. t-:vtl nvry attention ; Twenty-or.f oommc-rcial oraniza-;-y.
A hall wa- ;j;v-n in tions of tht- state were represented at
!.i-t ni-'ht. an. 3 all ha-! a tii- nj.fnin-'. n.ore than forty live bus-

: plf- i.m: v:.-:t in a-Mitiors to their inoss men an l hoo:ers helnj: pre-ent.
i victory. A T!;e total m--mherhip of the tra.Ie
;ho.lit-s repres-nte-l is 2.!71. President
j Till: Miii iiiU V l.i: K T-:s Stanford, of the Kissimmee T-.ard of
! Trade, extended a warm Welcome, as was not a v.-ry lartre. hut a did Mayor Ttryan. Secretary II II.
much interest i erow.l at the motor- Hichardson of the Jacksonville Hoard

i'-y.-l- raees t:::.- fair grounds vest. -r- of. Trade, respond In ir. J. X. Whltner.
I .lay :tf:.-rno..n. The raees were a- "f San ford, presided and II. D. Men-

Millinery stock at
lia street must !.e
any price.


Hie i Y

I.awt.n r.ailey. with II. S ti.n and hy-laws was read by H 11. V



Xorth M'ni- follow-: jdenhall. of lakeland, acted as secre-
ld th: w.-.k a'; In the 1 1 i riey-1 i vMson ela-s were'tary.
jfour entrie- Kalph Meorkle. with; The real business of the convention
Ithe I'eabo-ly machine: W'zn. Henry Ful- wa transacre-1 at the afternoon ses-

gives you a certain prestige and standing In the world
of business and financee. There's respect for 'tie nan
with an
Account in Our Bank
It shows that he has adopted np trdate business methods,
that he saves his money and knows the reliable reputa reputation
tion reputation of Ol'R BANK.

H. D. BTOKE8. Cahlw.


Misses nuly and Pearl I lay of Mar- 1-r with the Hayeraft and Davi-s rna- -ion. wl-ih-h met at .".:.". o'clock

tel were in the elty today, shoppintr. chine: H irry Fauett on his own re;. or: of tlie committee on oontitti

' !llot

For quick service in anything you '::anib, r' uiachiiie. Five mile race. ; Ili. hard -on and adopted, the provi.-ions
want in the druy or toilet line, call Time 7 :j::. ::-.".. Winner. Jralph M,- i't-in: Fa.ii iioard of trade entitled
2S1, the Court Pharmacy. 'o: kl.-. Wm. Henry Fuller e-..nd. to th.ree votes irre-;ectivo of the total
; Second rat e between three twin in- i membership, and each body entitled to
Mr. and Mrs. hapman of c'itra w.-re 7-h.p. luaeiunes. P.. F. Condon: "ne nn-mluT on ti e executive commit-

in town yesterday, shopping. I-iurie Votive, oil J. C Smith's ma- tee, dn.-s to be ten cents per capita: Jy

: eliiite: Waiter Yon-e on uto Schwartz's annual convention to be each second
Preserve your artistic I'.oard of maeluine. Three mile race. Time. : Thursday in October.

Trade certificate by having it framed 1 Winner. Laurie Von-;e. sec- j
at the 'eala News Co. ond. P.. F. Con. ion.
Third race. Laurie Vonire on Indian

' iion l'1'

Innfonl lale l'r'ilrnt

In a v.-ry clever speech Lewis



O'Mrjen .r....n r ...1 tir. -. ..f u I t

Mr. Perrv .Xntlionv has been on the and Ualpii M.-Crkie on a HarKv-D.i- x
. ,. . , ., .. ,, ,.,.', Stanford, of this city, in nomination v
sick list the past two r tnr.e .lavs. v:d.-.n: 1-nlbr on a Harbv-I a vidson. r , i
..... .... 'for pre-ident. hi motion bemu ec- i t
I hr.-. mile race. lime. l:l(.2-. Win- i i ., iV
. ... ... .on. led bv .-.naior Humparies. (f P.ra-
Ion't suffer with heat. Stop a: the Laur Yotiu.- T i was a cloe , Y
. .,, , ., ... -di-ntown. Mr. Mun. -aster of ,-ala. V
Court Pharmacy and cool off while en- and very -..-:tui ra.-e. I he iwo. ., ,. ,.
, , presented the name of Mr. Chanibli.-s. t
joying a dish of that ,uo..,l ;,. cream. moto;-c .- went around the track al- .. , Y
, . "f cala. his nomination beinj: second-i
!.io--t t"Li. ;.u r and tini.-hed witii Mc- , AI ,. ., ., i A
.. '.-I by Mr. Koyster of Palatka. n the V

.miss eenevieve ti.f.i rias reiurne.i .ic orKies iront tire at lnii-i- s rear .. ..

.u -i . .i c:i.jeji o ...


from a visit to Mr
I last lake.

W..odrow at hub.

Fuller was thrown from hi.

anford was chosen bv

wiieel in the -e,on,l lap and prain.d

hi-- ankb

uttin-r him out of the race.

a vote of eleven to eiiiht. n motion
the election of Mr. Stanford was made

ther officers chosen were the fol fol-winu:
winu: fol-winu: L. P.. P.rown. of St. Petersburg.

t'ir vir-.-,l..nt- I IF U"'iIlror

I b-r's a, chb-nt. the boys def-hb-.l to turn' ... . T" v.
Mrs. Julia McCredie and daughter. t!,e mon-v ov. r to Willie to help pa v : T ' V 1 lllner;
Miss Janet, are expected home from Ms ,,,,r's b;n. V1f hs.dent: Stafford
. .... .,, , 'Caldwell, four vice president: II. II.
Arkansas tomorrow. I riere will probable be other races .,. T ...
I. Pichardson. Jacksonville. secretary
; in the future, one on the first Thurs- ... ,. , ... ,

tiu'i iie.i-uiei. ..ii. i 1 e u .1 ni .-on on over

T . . .!.... ... .. ,

Harmony .mosijuuo i.aiciim Kee;..- ir nai n.-.-n iianne.I To use t!ie nate;
them away. L'.'.c. a tin. (Jeri-'s Post- rc.eij.ts f,,r tiie imj.rovetnent of the'.

onice irimsiores. ,ira. ior iuture races, hut after I- al-

If you want to find your friend while!. lay there i- no ball nam.-, it is proh-

down town, tro to the Court Pharmacy able t h.i: s.nie hors


will be

they all meet there.

added to the event, as the owners

mified their

i three fast naurs have

Judire I-:. C. Hull, with the lanal firm willingness to spe,-,i their animols a
of Landis Fish, Delind. was in the i.--. ion a the motorcy le races are over
city today on leiral business.

If you want to see a busy preserip- i
lion counter, look in at the Court:

Pharmacy's prescript ion department.

IIIVItTKD it tiii: it i:

above stated.
j Prominent in the organization of the
State Chamber of Commerce Were Sen Sen-lators
lators Sen-lators Marson and IIum.hries and
I Messrs. Mun-aster. of Oca la: Powell.

j iih liver lutl' tleiillon nt Ihe lr ,,f Tamj.a. and P.ates of Sanford.
I)IIM- I.BMt Muhl 1 ... .
; ommlttrrM nmel
t i

a. between an engine and an ; .t this niornina's session short ad ad-ioan
ioan ad-ioan in the subject. "A lb-ast ,ir(.sses w.-re made by Secretary AVard.


meetinu: was then chosen, resulting ajv


l Mr. Munca.-ter of Ocala. whose name
i was offered for the position of secre

tary-treasurer. The place of next


To persons giving good references


"Why Pay More"

! Mr. and Mrs. P.. F. P.iysor. after a ; u
visit to relatives here, returned h(me;anto.

to Lowell to. lay. j 't Pay,' at the Air Pome last niuht. ; f Miami, and C. V.. Wells, of Plant
i ,v. as ,.ne of tii,. most thrilling ",-ver cjTy. Temporary 'hairm,tn Whitm-r
j You can pave money by purchasing -hown here and was watched by ev- th.n appointed the following commit commit-j
j commit-j second-hand and rebound books at the jcryb..dy witii tii.- int tense interest. : tees:
Ocali News Co. j'l'nis :in, pi. tur.- will be shown .main! Credentials.!. S. 1-Mward--. Uake-
j tiiis veil in u-. j land: Y K Koyster. Palatka: I. V.
licv. .1. P. Hilburn. aft. r .-several : Mit r ii -u ;:." ,.n.- of lMck.-ns t W;:n-r. St. Pet, rbur.
days visit to his ocala friends, left for "o.-' do-, ly dciineativ.- of character Ib solu t ion s T. K. P.ates. Sanford:
, Palatka today. novels, will b- run in tiire.- reels thisj'. h. Ward. Miami: John F. 'o,
j jeveninu. and there will also he an- t Tikel-ind.
While shopping, stop and cool off at"!,1r r. 1 s'aowiny: a tine comic. "The; Const itut ion and P.y-Iaws H. U.
'the Court Pharmacy. We are not after A rt ist ami the Prain Specialist." Prizes p j..hards,,n. Jacksonville: Senator
j money; just want your company. j will be mven. Five reels in all. for j ; Humphries. P.radeiitown: F M. Tay-
j i lo and cents. 'pir. Titusville.
j .Imle W. M. tJob. r and family will j ; Anioiu the cities rej. resented at the
leave next week for a visit to friends; Mi-- luani'a P.ufler. after a pleas- convent ion today were Tamj.a. Jack Jack-Jat
Jat Jack-Jat Commerce, fJa. jan: vi-i; to .her aunts. Mrs. Ditto and sonville. Sanford. Palatka. Titusville.
I j Mrs. Fox. left today for her home in 'O.-ala. Miami. Jasper. Plant
I Tlexall shavins? lotion, a delightful st. Petersburg. j City. Pradentown. Kathleen. Apnpka.
'; antisept ic after shaving. (5erii;'s Post-j iKissimmee. Partow. Orlando and St.

toffice Drunstores.

Miss Christine Short of Thomasville.

ila.. is in the city, on a visit to Mr and

; Cloud.

, i -t. a . . : i . :

.ir. .loiin i. .iooie uccom pa ii ie.i "l- :r- I P Phillips
jwifc and daughter as far as J nek-son.
; villi' this mornintr.

i;iimi) to tiii:

Mrs. 1. It. Poller and son Ivan are
home amiin from they" visit to their
old home in Yirtrinia.

Miss Flsie Hall returned this morn morn-ins?
ins? morn-ins? from a pleasant vacation wit it
Miss Ollie Ieavenuoo.l at Stanton.

What Are You Paying?

Miss Km ma Sane will positively sins
i tonight. "When Friendship Turns to
Love." We were disaj.j.ointed last
jii is lit in another party who was soins
; to sins this sons for us, but we are
still ahead of the same and lucky to
j secure the services of one so popular
as Miss Sa ire to render this son?.






I Startins next Monday nisht we hope

Mrs M T.ansfor.1 an.l her brisht J'""" 173 11' HtO have one sons each nisht, which

little boy are rapidly recovering fr.mi
t..eir recent illness.

will s really, helj

;!) -how.

We have

IUiic 1 1 en lalrlio lH'r parknijo. 1."r three reels ,.f tine j.. tur.s and tiire.

i prizes toni.sht, beside the illustrated
.iS ; sonir at the same old price o cents

!to all. We are still work ins" on our
IJaker's riiorolnto jwr 11 .1"o surprise which we will sprins in a

f.-w days and which will pack the

Leola Williams. the Ocala !V;,n rm,l,i K',nW lieans Temi-le to the doors without doubt.

Mr -aii i,,,r,t miss a soo.t one tonistit.

t -ir r i r MM. Cakes l-'vpoi-t llorav Soap
Mr. J. M. Robertson of Ite.blick as

in town today, and paid the Star a
jdeasant call.


I louse stenographer

has away!

for a vacation, and Mrs. Daisy Christ ie c

is fillins the place durins her absence.

;l Cans Van Camp's Ileans. ..

I'lorida Tomatoes, large size.

i ii: i. nFFYi)ii

Mr. Wilbur Smith, who has been

lookins after the Tampa business of OI.j,.l Tomatoes, small size, .1
his father. Mr. K. C. Smith, is in the; for
citv for a few days.


Some j.eopb- are just crazy about
soo.l eatinss." We don't want any any-iiins
iiins any-iiins better tiian we cm s-t at the

M.-r.-h ant's t'afe, l.-w-e V

'raorite Corn, :5 Cans for 2."o ;
Mr. John Sutherland. formerly of : j Pre-hb n:
Ocala. now of Nichols, is in the city. .Cracker V.oy Coffee Ier Il 30cj.in1 r
visitins his old friends. ; r w...... .... t!'h" -r-


'I'af .. ' : -n. 1 lP.-.-eVcl-
al b-.t :- will in
;.-tur- of lb-pi b'.h-an
nven-i-.Ti at the Ideal t"-

New Hotel As tor

Corner Bay and Hogan Sts.
Jacksonville, Florida
RATES: $i and Up
Hot and Cold Running Water and
Telephone in Kach Room. Free Baths.
Take Street Car at Union Station and
Get off at Hogan Street.


I.nnl le Ia Ware Soup per can. .0c;n:

! sra

. ."0c ; fe-sor's s m" i- a .rack- rja-k

Recorder Izlar held court this morn- j,art. Hucket Cottolene

ins for tin- first time since returning :
from his vacation. One small .-as.. I-liiini IRickel Coltolcnc
confronted him. .....
llest Creamery l.utter per lb..
Mr Joseph Pell has bousht Mrs h f he (. p

i.iiwaru noioers rianas-iTiie ai;iai ii

special, l ins is tf.e type car via: wot,;

I the famous (Hidden tour this year. i-,( L:i'es .lello and Ice Cream

! Tow tier 2-c
Miss Harwell of the Kala Sanitar-i

i ium is etijovins a vacatp)n in ti,-ors:a. ; i'acKav.e i4inu ? .fi-nj lan-

Siie will return home in about t-n i lets

d a vs. i

SI fjo nisfht. "The Call of trie Kos,." is a
! srand drama : pi.-'ure and "The Pro-


'c i. rinci i i i '"
I i r m i m: iim it:



A Ii la.-t I.

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5 on



:l Sunbeam Cornllakes,

! Mrs Tl. !. Mir':
! A. ''. L. train : :-

e Tiio-t r:..til Kv.iiNir:itiHl Milk lOc s. r.v.iie. fr w h

...... .... - -

Miss J. t t ie Mc'-onn. one of

: popular of the telephone s;rl. return- j

e l last nisht fr-.m h-r v:-; : L i-h- :? Packaue iMitcb ( lean-er



Mr. J. C. Stratford, a

m:n, n: ous- ... r...,.,,!...,,,!

.--.- in-.. ,ii .iiiiii... ...
ine-s nian of M ntsomer. Ala., is :h- ;

..-c NVa V),rk

' i I. b
:? Can. Van Camp's Hominy ... .2-"c ; Vj. t t. 5

.Sl.OO -v-:- re".:rr.

a w K

. i r i v
.;.. :" t
. .. w:i: --ii:
if-.-rr.vr. f-jr

Mr. G. A. Carmiciiael is. now in Hot
Surinss. Ark., and is doins well and

sainins .-trenstii all the time. lr. i Following- are the meteorological

Oarmi. hael has a bust of friends here J conditions that prevailed during the
who will be slad to know that he Is twenty-four hours up to sunset yester yester-loins
loins yester-loins so well. Mr. Oarmiehael may be. day:
absent for .-ev.-ral week- loiiser. j Partly cloudy.
I Maximum temperature, 92 degrees.
A s., j.arty arrived from Tampa' Minimum 70 degree,,
this mornins to spend a few days in! Average. 82 decrees.
;!. cite. It was composed of Misses i
IMith "Lawrence. Cornelia Morrison. V MATH Kit FORECAST
Marc Anderson. olive pp nheimer. Joi.n Lee. Georse Anderson.; Fair north, probably showers penin-
ciar.-nc-. laf and i.-co Zewadski. j sula tonight or Saturday.
s- p.-..-r-;:'- J n-b-nt. ;
I Mr. Thus. F. Mahonev, director of
Mr. G.or-e ila-t-rlin writes us. exhibits of the United States Land
it he i- at Hot Sprin-'s. Ark., re- Show of Chicago, wan In town today.

m l trvins to build him-Oie wants our Jioara oi iraae 10 mane

j pera

.-.-if uj.

IS .1!



" I

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su,-st of Dr. and Mr. Mr.-Mr.
Mr. Mr.-Mr. Stra'ford is one

i:. Van !I-m!
.f Mrs. H ... !'

Trie andv sale :'
,,- n fe-ler.t c v !ti

f.-.e I :-:
front of

rom- last nis :it was a sr,-at
Tiie ladies s.-ld out their
very .-hort time and! 1 t-.-;
disposed of m re. Tivy will -other
.-ale TleXt Week.

Obi Country Iilend Tea jht lb

.- Callous oil
,f lull Cream Cliee-e yrr lb....
A r 1 reb Hulk Oatmeal jht lb...
- 1 Hein. Vinegar ier gallon...
tr.- Salt Hacon ier 11)

i;i lbs. Wbole Grain Kite for 81.00

21-lb. Sack Henry Clay Hour Sl.OO

'0c. Ir
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is suing the A. C. L. Railway for dam-jcity next week,
ae- sutair.ej wiien he was knocked
j.wii by trie car- -.r;k.ns together. a. p. stuckey of Ocala was In town
'yesterday meeting hia many friends
T... Marion M-di al Society met inUt the DeSoto. Mr. Stuckey Is engag engag-Dr.
Dr. engag-Dr. Smith's offi e last evening. About ; ed in the turpentine business In his
a dozen members were pre-ent an 1 home city. Tampa Tribune.
ica irr.portan. Vj-.r.ti. was discuss-
. 1. j St. Margaret's Guild will have on sale
(Saturday morning home made cakes.
Mr H P Clark- .n and daughter. The public and especially thone of our
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Mr. A. F. Dreka. one of Rhelnauer s

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Mr S M :.- has rented the Ma-j N. C to spend his vacation with his

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for .-orne weeks, left today for her
home in Jacksonville.

Deputy Sheriff Whisenant of Relle Relle-v:ew
v:ew Relle-v:ew was ;n town today. He brought
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the summer there.

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A. Ausley was given the degree of
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Rich Men's

Gcraldine Bonner
Author c! "The Pioneer"
"Tomcrrows Tangle,' etc.
Illustrations by
Dom. J. Lavln
Copyright 1Mb Lij Uiu iioitj-Mernu Co.
A Confession.
Of late Berny had not been sleeping
well and the fear that this would react
upon her looks had spurred her to the
unwonted exertion of walking. The
route she had chosen was one of tho&e
thoroughfares which radiate from Mar Market
ket Market Street, and though not yet slums,
are far removed from the calm, wide
gentility of the city's more dignified
highways. With all her cleverness,
she had never shaken off th? tastes
and Instincts of the claes she had
come from.
Walking loiteringly forward, she
crossed Powell Street, and approached
the entrance of that home of vaude vaudeville,
ville, vaudeville, the Granada Theater. There
had been a recent ciiange of bill, and
as she drew near she looked over the
posters standing by the entrance on
which the program for tbe coming
week was printed in large letters. Mid Midway
way Midway down one of these, her eye was
caught by a name ani she paused and
Btood reading the words:
The Witty, Brilliant and Incomparable
In His Unrivaled Monologue
She remembered at once that this
was the actor Dominick had spoken cf
as having been snowed in with them
at Antelope. Dominick had evidently
not expected he would come to San
Francisco. He had said ths man had
been going to act in Sacramento.
As she walked down the street she
saw that she was approaching the car
line which passed close to her old
home. A clock in a window showed
her It was nearly five. Hannah would
have been home for some time, and
Hazel might be expected within an
hour. Without more thought she
hailed an up-town car.
She found them both at home, Ha-
It Was Buford, but a Rejuvenated and
Prosperous Buford.
zel having been allowed to leave her
work an hour earlier than usual. Sit Sitting
ting Sitting in a small room in the back of
the house, they were surrounded by
the outward signs of dressmaking.
Yards of material lay over the chairs,
and on a small wooden table, which
fitted close to her body and upon
which portions of the material lay
neatly smoothed out, Hannah was cut cutting
ting cutting with a large pair of shears.
If Berny wanted to surprise her sis sisters,
ters, sisters, she certainly now had the satis satisfaction
faction satisfaction of realizing her hopes. For a
moment after she told her news they
stared at her, too amazed to speak,
even Hannah, who had scented diffi difficulties,
culties, difficulties, being completely unprepared
after the way of human nature for
the particular difficulty that had
cropped up. It was Hazel who first
"Buy you off to' leave Dominick?
Give you money to go awaj from him,
do you mean?"
"That's what I said," returned her
Bister with dry grimness. "She's made
me two offers to leave my husband,
wants me to get out and, after I've
gone for a year, ask him to bring suit
for desertion."
"My Lord!" murmured Hannah in a
hushed voice of horror.
"How much did she offer you?" said

Th was a crucial question. Berny; V e can suiy yo v.itr. ture ice ror
knew its importance and sat up, push- purposes, whether your requir requiring
ing requiring hack her disarranged hat. j ments are for home use or for a car-
"One hundred thousand dollars," she 1 loal- riace your orders with us.
'A hundred thousand dollars! ; rrix
gasped Hazel. "Why why Berny!" J OCALA, FLORInA.
She stopped, almost trembling in 1

the excitement of her stunned incredu
"A hundred thousand dollars!" Han Hannah
nah Hannah echoed, each word pronounced
-..i.i- i i i,i .-v
vim a aguau unDeiiei. un, it
can i us mat mucm
"It's that much now," said Berny,
her calmness accentuated to the point
of nonchalance, "and if I want I can
make them double it, raise it to a
quarter of a million. Two hundred
and fifty thousand dollars isn't so
much when you've got millions in
trunks. Yhat's that to the Ryans?"
She rose abruptly from her seat,
pushing It back and feeling that she
had better go before she said too
As she rose, Hazel rose too, her face
full of suspicious concern.
"It's not another woman, is It, Ber Berny?"
ny?" Berny?" she almost whispered.
Berny had told so many lies that
she did not bother about a few more.
Moreover, she was determined not to

! tet hr sisters know about Hose Can Can-f
f Can-f non not yet, anyway,
j "No," she said with short scorn,
I turning to pick up her feather boa.
j "Of course it's not. He's not that kind
of a man. He's too much of a sissy.
! Another woman! I'd like to tell him
: that."
! When she reached home, she found
i on the hall table a note which the
j Chinaman told her had been left by
.a messenger. It was from Bill Can Can-S
S Can-S non and contained but a few lines.

These, cf a businesslike brevity, ex expressed
pressed expressed the writer's desire to see her
again, and politely suggested that, if
she could come to his office on any
one of the three specified afternoons,
between the hours of two and four,
he would be deeply honored and
In his "Klondike Monologue" at the
Orpheum, Buford, the actor, made a
sudden and unexpected hit. The morn morning
ing morning after hi3 first appearance, both
Dominick and Reray read In the paper
eulogistic notices of the new star.
Dominick was particularly interested.
Ha reme mhprpH Rnfnrd's stat of wor-
ry while at Antelope and was glad to
see that the unlucky player was. In
the parlance of his own world, "mak "making
ing "making good."
Now, from what he heard, Buford's
hard times should be at an end. Such
a hit as he had made should give him
the required impetus. Men Dominick j
knew, who had theatrical affiliations,
told him that Buford was "made." The j
actor could now command a good Eal- j
ary on any of the vaudeville circuits
in the country, and if "he had it in j
him" he might ascend the ladder j
toward the heights of legitimate com-!
edy. His humorous talent was unique
and brilliant. It was edd, considering
his age, that it had not been discov-:
cred sooner.
Berny was very anxious to see him. :
Hazel ani Josh had seen him oa one
of the first evenings and pronounced
him simply great." She extorted a
promise from Dominick that, at the

earliest opportunity, he would buy ; with a last dignified farewell to Dom Dom-tickets
tickets Dom-tickets for her, and, if he could not inick, turned toward the door which
accompany her himself, she could go j opened at his approach.

with one of her sisters. :
He stopped to buy the tickets one i

midday on his way to lunch. He made j d. c. Bybee, teaming contractor liv liv-up
up liv-up his mind to buy three, then Berny j ins at 669 Keeling Court. Canton. 111.,
could either take her two sisters, or is now well rid of a severe and annoy annoy-Hazel
Hazel annoy-Hazel and Josh, whose craving forjing case of kidney trouble. His back
the theater was an unassuaeeable'pas-; pained and he was bothered with
sion. Ho was turning from the ticket headaches and dizzy spells. "I took
office window when a sonorous voice I Kidney nils Just as directed
. . . ;and in a few days I felt much better,
at Ms elbow arrested him: j m? an1 strens?th sermed to come
Mr. Ryan," it boomed out, do I see back and T sleep well x am now all
over my trouble and glad to recom

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without having to a.k for their quality
particularly for all of our meats are
liioii-e anl prime.
The stan. lard of quality we main maintain,
tain, maintain, our reasonable prices, the sani sanitary
tary sanitary condition of our market, and the
exi-elkm-e of our service makes this a
very t;..od market to patronize.
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"Queen of Sea Routes"
From Jnekftonvllle to
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Ronton and Providence
Fine steamers; best service; low
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Jacksonville, Fla.
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Seminole Hotel, Jacksonville, Fla.
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KIDNEYS, INFLAMMATION of ths wek if Possible and attend.

IRREGULARITIES. A posit' 7e boon tc
PEOPLE ar.d fc: WOMEN.
8. A. Daria. e?T W.chi. r.
Isi.. is in hi K.'.h je.-. H; v
late:y eunerei Uiucl irc- n 7 at.i
der I fca 1 sterertttfif !. -. d u y vi i ;. r.
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you at last?'
It was Buford, but a rejuvenated
and prosperous Buford, the reflection
of his good fortune ehlnlng from hl3
beaming face and fashionable figure.
The red rasped looi had left his fea features
tures features and the hollows beneath his
high cheek-bones were filled out.
"Glad to see you, Buford," he said,
"and glad to hear you've made such a
SUCCB3 cf It.
Buford acknowledged these compli compliments
ments compliments with cool, acquiescent compla complacence.
cence. complacence. "I have struck my gait," he said,
nodding his head In condescending ac acceptance.
ceptance. acceptance. "I have at last won my
spurs. The ways of fate or let me
say Providence are truly Inscrutable.
I turned my face to the North In a
bitter hour, and It was In a bitter hour
that I adopted the Etage."
"Then you went on the stage up
there? You've only been on a few
"Nearly four," said the actor. He
looked down at his shoe for a moment
as if considering, and repeated with
out looking up, "It will be four next
September. Trouble drove me to those

far distant lands and hard luck drove
me on the stage. I'd never had any
thing to do with It till then; I hadn't
a stage game about me. There'd even
been a time when I had a strong preju prejudice
dice prejudice against the theater and never
went to one. But a man must live
He stopped, his attention arrested
by a hand laid softly on his sleeve. A
youth of Hebraic countenance had is issued
sued issued from a door behind him, and,
touching his arm with a hesitating, un unclean
clean unclean finger, began to speak in a low
"Duty calls," said Buford. I am
sorry, but they want me Inside. I
hope later to be able to place a box
at your disposal. Madame, you say. Is
very desirous of seeing me. Well, I'll
see to it that she does so under the
j most favorable conditions.
He bowed impressively as though
j saluting Berny in person, and then.
(Continued Tomorrow)
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Moss Rluff, Au?. IT.. Last Friday
(afternoon Miss Myrtle Mock of Elec Elec-!tra
!tra Elec-!tra entertained several of her young
friends at her home on her birthday
jwith a tacky party. There was a
! very jolly crowd present and it was a
; task to decide who was dressed the
j tackiest. As the temperature was very
ihigh the funmakers gathered under
!the beautiful orange trees and enjoy
ed several old time games. Cake was
served abundantly. The party ren rendered
dered rendered some very fine music on the or-
i jjan. Then the decision began as to
I who was the tackiest. After the vote
was counted the judges declared Mr.
Gus Waters and Miss Emily Ilalford.
Those present were Misses Lena Mil Miller,
ler, Miller, Annie Holly. Emily Ilalford, Mae
Ilalford, Addie Morrison, Sallie Mor Morrison.
rison. Morrison. Leona White. Mary Kelley, Pat Patrick
rick Patrick Holly, Peter Holly, George Rrant,
Jr., Jonas Ilalford, Hanip Griggs, Jim
Collins, Clyde Collins, Oscar Caldwell.
Wilson Caldwell, Ambrose Morrison,
John Morrison, Alva Barber, Clarence
White, Andrew Holton, Gus Waters
and Mr. Price.
Farmers are all very busy clearing
out their barns and preparing to har
vest the corn crop, also declaring war
against the little corn destroyer, the
weevil, which does a great damage to
the corn each year. Prepare for war
in the time of peace and get your barn
full of corn.
The cotton is beginning to look
wiiite in the fields now. Makes the old
men who have labored from early
dawn until the sun has hidden herself
in the western horizon all the summer
feel proud of their treasure, and who
couldn't, to feel independent as he
walks through the fields and sees the
larg bolls of lint bursting forth as
white as the morning lily and with an
odor equal to a honeysuckle.
Rev. E. D. Luther of Wild wood fill filled
ed filled his regular appointment at the Con Congregational
gregational Congregational church Sunday to a large
Messrs. Arthur Clifton, A. J. Holton,
Wilson Caldwell, W. X. Roberts were
business callers in the Brick City Sat Saturday
urday Saturday Everybody is boosting the new rail railroad
road railroad which is rapidly progressing to toward
ward toward this point. We hope that in the
near future that we can see chair and
Pullman cars rolling through our lit little
tle little community. Several farmers are
planning to plant watermelons this
season and use the new railroad for
Mr. J. D. Young has returned from
Washington, D. C, and Baltimore, Md.,
where he has been on business. Mr.
Young says that the big dredge of
Kyle Aj Young will start dredging in a
few days, making a more solid dyke
where the dam broke through some
time ago. and then will start widen widening
ing widening the channel, which will facilitate
transportation from Silver Springs to
The young men are practicing box boxing
ing boxing very regularly. They only hit
-ach other very l;ht blow;
Some are
very anxlou- for a regular match. The
I.U-ctra boy. want to practice with
them, but aftf-r -.eeim? the champions
of Muv isiuff in their practice Rive
j sorr.e of their --'i-r.tiSc undercuts, they
.have .allel r.ff the date, and no longer
dispute tr.e.r superiority ;n the man manly
ly manly art. rr.e people misht call them
amateur boxer.-, but they are really
scientific boxers.
Kev. J:.r:.;i: ani Rev. K. Lee Smith
, wm ( j a revival meetins at the
I F!ir.ti church at Klctra. startinz
: Saturday af:rr
oon. and eor.tinue for a
, week or more.
Everyone is? requested
for one
ocala LoiM.r: o 2, n. i o. e.
Ocali Lodze No. 2S5. Benevolent and
Protective Order of Elks, meets the
second and fourth Tuesday evenings in
each month. Vi?:tinz brethren always
welcome. Howell M. Hampton, E. It.
Josejh Eell. Secretary.
Concordia Lodze. Fraternal T'nion of
America. :n Yonze'. Hall on the
.-.-for.d Thur.-dav f-veninz- of ach
nonth. Geo. L. Taylor, F. M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary.

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notici: foii pAvixo inns
Notice is hereby Riven that on the
20th of August, A. D. 1912, the city of the city of Ocala, Marlon
county, Florida, will consider bids for
the pavinj? with vitrified brick, that
portion of Fort King avenue, In the
city of Ocala, to-wit: Resinning' 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 reserve the right
to reject any and all bids submitted.
J. D. Robertson. Mayor.
R. R. Carroll,
Tresident of the City Council.
Attest: II. C. Sistrunk, City Clerk.
(Formerly Smith & Roberts)
Funeral Directors and
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Lady Assistant when required
Calls Answered Promptly Night
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Parlors Located Between Ideal!
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becomes sweet, the mind alert
and cheerful and there is a fine
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