The Ocala evening star


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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Ocala, Fla.
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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For All ol the Homes
Thcus -Zachry Co,
VOL. 19.
NO. 67

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and makes you feel bad. Get rid of it quickly by
taking a pinch or two of
It drives out impurities and badly digested food in the stomach and
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is by all odds the best tireless cooker made. It will immediately revive in
.your mind the idea you have had of buying a tireless cooker.
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questionably unquestionably true economy in Its broadest sense.
The saving of SO ier cent of your fuel bill; the saving of time, strength
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way; the conservation of your energy, health and looks, are all problems
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Marlon Mapdvv-aipe Co.



A. T. Thomas, Pres.

J. Thompson, Manager

The Woodmar Sand & Stone Co.






Lake Weir Sand and Crushed Rock
Cement Blocks and all kinds of Cement F)rms, from
stock or special designs. Contractors in Cement
Sidewalks, Curbing', and Street Paving of all de descriptions.
scriptions. descriptions. Ueidences or Stores contracted in
in Hnck, Stone and Cement.
Contracts taken anywhere in the state. Esti Estimates
mates Estimates furnished on request.

Phone 331


Call up Phone 300 and Let us Give an Estimate on Your




We Guarantee to Save You Money on Any Work in Onr Lines

An we employ none but expert we are la position to Kim run tee cr cr-cry
cry cr-cry piece of work we ronvlnicl to win ml the I impaction of the mt;
rlxll lnpe tnr. It In nothlnic to jcet our fiieuren, anil you are the
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They are the kind that don't leak. Guaranteed abylutely water waterproof
proof waterproof and will not crack or stick. We will cheerfully ??fund purchase
money o"r 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.



To Enable City of Jacksonville to Own
It Doekx Hut Other Matter
Mar e Attended To

Tallahassee. Au?. IU. In re-.--pon.-e to

the petition of Jack -son ville citizens ;

an. I the board or tra.le or that city
Governor Gilchrist has called a spe special
cial special session of the legislature to meet
in this city on October 1.
The .special session will consider the
matter of municipally owned dorks
for the city of Jacksonville. That
city is anxious to own its own doek doek-ae
ae doek-ae facilities as docs Tampa and the
session is expected to pass a bill which
will permit them to so ahead and ac acquire
quire acquire the land and build the locks.
Other l.eicllntlon May he llfTereil
In view of t hp special session of the
legislature called to meet in Talla Tallahassee
hassee Tallahassee Oct. 1. the following from
Dixie Is quite interesting:

Into the Political Field ayt Their
Entry Will Elevate Politic
Sea Girt. Aa.r. Is. Governor YVood-ro-.v
Wilson a: th New Jersey day
celebration yesterday welcomed the
women of the nation ipto the field of
polities. N'jt a word did the governor

'say about woman's suffrage, but as he

-tool before hundreds of women who


fathered t

the Woman's

Wilson and Marshall League of New
Jersey the democratic leader pointed

out that th entry of the women
politic would make the country's
itics "the same pattern with our
a th'.nn devoutly to be wished."



Albert W. Gilchrist, governor of i

Florida, has decreed In his wisdom to

call a special session of the Florida

legislature in order that special legis legislation
lation legislation can be had for Jacksonville.
The board of trade, anxious for

municipal docks, lias induced the gov

ernor to call this special session. The

board is seemingly afraid to trust the
newly elected representatives from
Duval county and Park Trammell, the

next governor.

Governor Gilchrist told me of his

purpose to ca-11 tins extra session, aril
he endeavored to impress me with the

importance of this special session

F.elloview. Auir. 19. The revival
meetings at the Haptist church under
the leadership of Rev. C. T. Anderson
an l Evangelist Ferrell attracted a full
house each nisht and were productive
of much trood in our little town.
The town has placed a culvert and
filled in with lime stone the crossinir

I lead ins into the Ilelleview Trading Co.

which rills a long felt want,
are expecting Mr. and Mrs. K. J.
; back from their Ohio home, to


lasting only one day. lie dwelt on the

desirability of having the special ses

sion convene at noon on a certain

day, and then passing the Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville bill that same afternoon, and the

members returning to their families

the next day. Great scheme this!

Hut Governor Gilchrist does not own

the legislature. They are men who do
their own thinking, and from letters

coming to Dixie this week the legis legislature
lature legislature Is very likely to consider some

other matters before it adjourns.

Many of the members are chagrined

over the governors vetoes of various

bills after the last session adjourned.

and it is said an effort will be made

to pass these bills over the governor's
veto. These bills include those reg

ulating the liquor traffic and then

It is known to Dixie that leading

prohibitionists have been very anxious
to have this special session and they

have been very careful to conceal their
interest from the governor.

The legislature, in special session.

by a two-thirds vote, can do anything

it pleases and it can pass these anti anti-liquor
liquor anti-liquor bills over the veto of Governor

Gilchrist, the governor having vetoed

them after the legislature had ad


During the last session of ho legis

lature A. J. Angles' bill abolishing the
convict lease system passed the House

by a vote of 17 to 18 and the Senate by
a vote of 21 to 7. It was a good bill

and the veto came just the day before
adjournment. The bill lacked but one

vote of being passed over the gov governor's
ernor's governor's veto, and this vote could have
been obtained but for the fact that
Harry Goldstein, of Nassau county,
who would have voted with the ma

jority, was called from the House a

few minutes before the vote was taken.
Representatives Hendry and Epperson,
heartily in favor of the bill, voted to
sustain the governor because of tech technicalities.
nicalities. technicalities. It is understood that Representative
Angle, who introduced the bill, is very
anxious for its final passage and will
make a fight for it to triumph over the
governor's veto when the special ses session
sion session meets. That Angle can secure the
passage of this bill is generally con conceded,
ceded, conceded, as it lacked only one vote be before
fore before of the necessary two-thirds.
Of course, the temperance people,
who are largely in the majority, will
make a fight to override the gover governor's
nor's governor's vetoes on liquor legislation.
I'niting with the advocates of the
anti-convict lease bill they will easily
have two-thirds of the legislature and
several votes to spare.
If the legislators assert their rights,
there will be something doing in this
special session. Dixie has heard from
a number of the members and every everything
thing everything at present indicates that the
howlers for a special session for spe special
cial special legislation are going to "get
something that they don't expect."
Of course, the temperance people are
very much interested in the Sloan bill
which prevents screens, chairs, tables,
curtains, partitions, etc.. in any saloon
or place where intoxicants are sold.
This bill passed the Senate by a vote
of 17 to 3. the three senators were
Johnson. Calkins and John C. L'Engle.
The bill passed the House by a vote of
41 to 7. The bill in both houses re received
ceived received oS votes, while only 10 voted
against it. The absent members with
one or two exceptions favor the bill.
Therefore, two-thirds of the legisla legislature
ture legislature favors this bill with about 1
votes to spare.



occupy their pretty little house just
east (if the railroad, and all of their
friends will welcome them.
Mr. Harry W. Weaver talks of selling
his thoroughbred Hambletonian horse,
with buy and harness, and buy him
an automobile. Should he persist in
his determination, there will be a hot
streak between Relleview and Lake
Weir all the time.
His honor, tiie mayor. Rev. F.enja F.enja-min
min F.enja-min F. Freer, lias been very active in

'health matters in our town the past

week aand is receiving the active com commendation
mendation commendation of our citizens. Rev Freer
makes one of the best mayors that
Relleview has had in a number of
Master William Fielding has resign resigned
ed resigned his position at the Relleview Trad Trading
ing Trading Company's store and Is enjoying a
lomx vacation. He expects soon to go
to Georgia and round out his well
earned holiday. William is bright be beyond
yond beyond his years.
Mr. David C. Stanley is at Heather
Island boring wells for Mr. Oscar
High tower. Mr. Stanley has driven
some five or six wells at Heather Isl Island
and Island from forty to J 30 feet deep.
Miss Essie McGahagin of Oxford is
visiting her aunt. Mrs. M. .1. Spencer.
Mr. Hell Adams dropped off the train
Saturday coming from Norfolk, Va., to
spend a month with his parents west
of town.
Miss Emma Washburn was a wel welcome
come welcome visitor to our little town Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. Dr. Izlar stopped in town Saturday
afternoon, bringing with him a large
supply of vaccine virus and was met
by a delegation consisting of young
and old, male and female, who bared
their arms and presented them for the
little scratch. Our health authorities
have b ery active of late, with the
result that the people have become
thoroughly imbued with tiie necessity

of being vaccinated, and it
that much good will result

(doctor's v!sit.

Mrs. John T. Haines made

Ocala Saturday

is hoped
from the

a trip to

afternoon for medical


Near Rochelle, 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 13 pounds in weight
that I had lost." Quick, safe, reliable

and guaranteed. 50c. and $1.
bottle free at Tydings & Co.





( Sumter County Times)
Mrs. Ernest Coles of Canada,

itinir her mother, Mrs. Harris.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Nickles visited
Ocala last week.
Mr. R. N. Raker is erecting a large
two-story dwelling.
Mr. Wilson and family of Oxford
moved into our settlement.
Mrs. J. W. Pearson is visiting her
daughter. Mrs. Woodcock of Ocala.
Miss Sallie Nichols will begin teach teaching
ing teaching Monday as first assistant in the
Pedro school.


There are two things everlastingly
at war. joy and piles. P.ut Rucklen's
Arnica Salve will banish piles in any
form. It soon subdues the itching, ir irritation,
ritation, irritation, inflammation or swelling. It
gives comfort. invites joy. Greatest
healer of burns. boils. ulcers, skin

eru ptions.

Only 25


at Tydinirs &

Is the individual, man or woman, who
uses Foley Kidney Pills for backache,
rheumatism, weak back and other kid kidney
ney kidney and bladder irregularities. Foley
Kidney Pills are healing, strengthen strengthening,
ing, strengthening, tonic, and 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 package. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.



Washington, Aug. IS. The Panama
canal bill as agreed upon by conferees
of the Senate and House was passed by
the House again late yesterday by a
viva voce vote. As passed the bill,
which provides for the government
and administration of the canal, con contains
tains contains provisions for the passage of
coastwise vessels through the canal
free of tolls and the admittance of
shipbuilding material to the canal zone
free of duty. The bill already ha-pas.-ed
the Senate and it goes to the
president for his signature.


Notice is hereby giveji that the reg regular
ular regular state uniform examination for
teachers' certificates will be held in
ocala beginning on Tuesday. Septem September
ber September P.12. The white applicants wifl
meet at the Ocala High School and the
colored at Howard Academy at ft a. m.,
and all come prepared with paper, pens

and ink for the work. The usual fee
of $1 will be collected at the beginning
of the work. Very respectfully.
J. H. Brinson, Supt.

Mr. 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
pleasure in recommending i
sale by all dealers.


Lookout for a blind mare, suckling
colt, almost black in color, totally
blin 1. Strayed from lot back of fire
station in Ocala Thursday night. Fin Finder
der Finder will please notify this office or C
E. Icoglestrom, Montague, and receive
uitible reward.

A well improved farm of twenty

acres, southeast of Summerfie! 1. Good
house, barn and granary, good chicken
houses and runs; two horses and
wagon and harness. Will sell stock
separately or with farm. O. II Raum.
Summerfield, Fla. P. O. Box f-8.


Merchants' Cafe, A. C. L.
ner. Meals a la carte and
any hour.

depot cor cor-lunches
lunches cor-lunches at




Of Clarence Harrow Failinc to t on-

vict Him on tbe Flrmt Trial, Dis District
trict District Attorney fall for
Los Angeles. Aug. 18. Clarence S.
Darrow, the Chicago lawyer who was
found not guilty yesterday on the

charge of having bribed a prospective j

juror in the dynamiting trial of Jame

R. McNamara. must stand trial on a j
second indictment, according to an an- j

nouneenn-nt by District Attorney I

Fredericks immediately after the ac acquittal.
quittal. acquittal. Darrow had been charged with an
attempt to bribe one of the jurors in
the trial of John and James McNa McNamara.
mara. McNamara. charged with the murder of
twenty-three, in blowing up the build building
ing building of the Los Angeles Times.
Judge Hutton in his charge to the

jury eliminated the first count in the I
indictment, which related that Dar-
row had bribed Juror Lockwood. j
Tiie evidence, the court instructed
the jury, didn't justify them in find- i

ing a verdict of guilty on the first
count. The judge aJ.-o instructed the

jury that a verdite of guilty could not j
be found on the uncorroborated evi- j
dene of an accomplice or accomplices, j
only one ballot was taken by the!
jury, each of them writing not guilty
on their slips of paper. There was a :

spontaneous outburst of applause in
the courtroom when Foreman Will-
iams state. 1 that the jury had returned J
a verdict of not guilty. The crowd I
then hurried forward anil Darrow be- j
came the center on an enthusiastic re- j
ception. j
Judge Hutton was one of the first
officials to congratulate Darrow.
"Hundreds of thousands on hallelu-

jaiis will go up from as many throats
when they hear of this," said the judge,
as he grasped the vindicated lawyer's
The jury that acquitted Darrow was
composed ehietly of ranchers, a third
of its members being orange growers
and a majority of the twelve inde independently
pendently independently wealthy.
Clarence S. Darrow, whose long-drawn-out
trial upon the charge of
bribing a juror in the famous McNa McNamara
mara McNamara case has just terminated in a
verdict of not guilty is perhaps the
most noted advocate (in the legal
sense) of the case of organied labor
in the ranks of-the profession of the'
law in the United States, and doubt

less the ablest. He lias represented j

the labor unions and their individual
members in about every civil and
criminal case in which they have been
involved for many years, including
the celebrated Moyer-Pettibone-Hay-wood
cases in Idaho. It must be said
to his credit and as an evidence of his
ability as an attorney, that he in the
majority of cases achieved success.


Notice Is hereby given that on the
20th of August, A. D. 1912, the city
council of the city of Ocala, Marion
county, Florida, will consider bids for
the paving with vitrified brick, that
portion of Fort King avenue, in the
city of Ocala, to-wit: Beginning with
the intersection of said avenue on the
west side of Main street, running
thence east three thousand eight hun hundred
dred hundred and forty-one feet, containing ap approximately
proximately approximately eleven thousand nine
hundred and fifty square yards.
Said bids to be sealed and filed w-ith
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: II. C. Sistrunk, City Clerk.


Mrs. Nancy McAteer, who for the
past two weeks has been ill. was called
to her everlasting home and awaiting
loved ones Saturday, July 27. Mrs. Mc McAteer
Ateer McAteer was a dear and beloved old
lady. She was much loved and esteem esteemed
ed esteemed by her many friends. She was
seventy-six years of age. She came to
Florida some fifty years ago, moving
near Ocala, where she made her home
for five years, and then moved to Sum Sum-merfield,
merfield, Sum-merfield, where she lived at the death
of her husband, twenty-eight years
ago. She and her only daughter, Mrs.
I. W. Nix. were living near Relleview
at tiie time of her death. "Mrs. Mc.te r
is sweetly remembered Mj--- t'reola
Nix's grandmother, who is much love 1
and esteemed by her Ocala friends, and
we extend our greatest sympathy to
Miss Nix in the los of one so near and
dear to her.
One precious to our li-art has gone.
The voj. we loved i- stille 1,
And the pl.t -e made vacant in
Our home can never more be filled.

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.
Peebles, 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 help
everybody. Its follow to suffer when
this great remedy will help you from
the first dose. Try it. Only 50 cents
at Tydings & Co.

One large Berkshire boar hog. Stray Stray-el
el Stray-el from Talmetto Park Farms July 25.
Any information as to hog's where whereabouts
abouts whereabouts will be appreciated and reward rewarded
ed rewarded by C. B. Strickland, manager Pal Palmetto
metto Palmetto Tark Farms. 8-6-4td2tw


A first class farm, two miles south southwest
west southwest of Ker.driek and about the same
distance from both the Kendrick and
Elitchton hard roads, 120 acres in the
property, 40 acres of cut-over land
with some timber left. Will sell sep separate
arate separate if desired. 60 acres under fence,
20 acres of whiqh has grown up in
bushes and small pine sapling3. First
class pine, oak and hckory land. Fine
well of never failing water. Fairly
good dwelling house, two barns, etc.


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

F. E. McCLANE. M. D.

Specialist in Clinic Diseases

Specialist In Diseases of Eye,
Nose, Throat and Lungs



Ocala, Florida

Office, .133.
Dr. McClane's Residence, 407.
Or. Stewart's Residence, 22.


Euite 1 to 7 Holder Clock, Southwest
Corner of Public Square

Note: Call made by perl a I appolntmeat. Special Genlto L'rlaary Cllale
after 7 p. m. each day.

S39.05 New York and Philadelphia, sold daily, limit Oct. 31
S35.05 Baltimore and Washington, sold daily, limit Oct. 3i
S47.55 Chicago, Illinois, - sold daily, limit Oct. 31
$62.65 Denver, Colorado, sold daily, limit Oct. 31
$93.55 California points - sold daily, limit Oct. 31
Excursion Rales to Various Points Furnished on Application
For reservations or information, call on nearest A. C. L ticket
agent or

Lot of peach, some fis and young or or-ane
ane or-ane trees. Titles perfect and place Is
clear of debt. A bargain at 12200. If
interested. Inquire at the Star office.

When In Jacksonville stop with Mrs.
K. L. Maloney, at the Glrard, No. 11
East Duval street. Just off Main. Best
75c. roon In the eltj.

OCALA EVENING STAR, Monday, august 19, 1812


RIttlnger & Carroll Proprietors.
II. It. Carroll, Huslness Manager.
J. II. Benjamin, Editor.
Entered in the postofflce at Ocala,
Fla., as second class mall matter.
The remains of the late Joseph N.
Stripling arrived in Jacksonville Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, and were. taken from the train to
the flrat Methodist church, where the
funeral services were held in the aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. Rev. W. J. Carpenter officiat officiated
ed officiated and the following acted as pall
bearers: K. O. Locke, A. II. Kins. E. P.
Axtell. Fred Noble. C. S. Adams and D.
T. Gerow. The body was forwarded to
Madison for Interment.
Joseph H. Stripling was born in
Thomas county, Georgia, September
29, 1850, and was the descendant of a
long ancestral line of Georgians. He
was a grandson of Benjamin Stripling-,
a soldier In the revolutionary
war and one of the commissioners ap appointed
pointed appointed by the legislature to locate the
county seat of Tatnall county.
In 1856 Mr. Stripling, with his par parents,
ents, parents, moved to Madison county, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, where he spent his youth on a
plantation, which continued to be his
home until 188i. He received his edu education
cation education In the private schools of Flor Florida
ida Florida and In Massachusetts, and at the
age of nineteen began the stirdy of
law in Thomasvllle, Ga., where he re remained
mained remained until the latter part of 1871, at
which time he was admitted to the
state bar of Florida.
He opened an office In the town of
Madison, and practiced law In that
place for eighteen years. While a
resident of Madison he served three
terms In the Florida legislature, two of
which were In the House and one in
the Senate.
In January, 1889, he removed to Live
Oak, where he practiced for three
years. Six months after moving to
I,lve Oak he was appointed by Presi President
dent President Benjamin Harrison United States
attorney for the northern district of
Florida. He resigned the office volun voluntarily,
tarily, voluntarily, after serving the full term of
four years, having moved his residence
to Jacksonville In the meantime.
President William McKinley ap appointed
pointed appointed Mr. Stripling United States at attorney
torney attorney for the southern district of
Florida, and on January loth, li02, he
was reappointed to the same office for
another term by President Theodore
Mr. Stripling was high In the coun councils
cils councils of the Free and Accepted Order of
Masons, and was also a member of the
Benevolent and Protected Order of
Elks. Besides his wife, he leaves to
mourn his death two chlldrer, Mrs. R.
W. Bours and J. F. Stripling, both of
Jacksonville. Mr. W. W. Stripling of
Ocala was one of his cousins.
Mr. Stripling went to Hendersonvllle
about a month ago in the hope that
the change would prove beneficial to
his health. He grew gradually weak weaker,
er, weaker, however, until the end came. He
was a man of sterling character and
ins genial disposition made his friends
by the hundreds, all of whom will be
grieved to hear of his death.
The schools of Florida have some
IK.IHJ line ieu-. iitri o i,v itifcj u.vviii
plish good work, but If we would be
permitted to make a suggestion, we
would advise them to change the dally
school program. As It now stands, the
pupils go from one study to another
all day long in one continuous reclta reclta-tation,
tation, reclta-tation, with few If any study periods.
At the end of the day they are given
long lessons to prepare at night. The
pupil goes home and the mother or
father, tired with the day's work, has
to spend several hours explaining and
drilling the child in order that the
next day's work will be in proper
shape. In many homes the parents are
not capable of assisting the children,
tnelr dally vocations having caused
them to forget their early training;
other parents have never had the ad advantages
vantages advantages they wish their children to
have, and are utterly at a loss to help
them. In this way the child stumbles
along as best he can, and teacher and
parent wonder why Johnny or Susie
never made any better averages at the
close of the year. We believe that the
day's work In the school room should
be so arranged that at least thirty
minute study periods should precede
each lesson, during which time the
teacher could be called upon to assist
when necessary. In this way the child
would have a more thorough under understanding
standing understanding of the subject's mind, and
night study would be eliminated. We
do not believe that after a child
studies all day that he should be com compelled
pelled compelled to put In from four to six hours'
overtime at the same kind of work.
The teachers argue that the large
number of studies will not allow of
study periods. Cut out a few of the
studies, then. We can do with less
bugology and more reading and writ writing
ing writing and arithmetic anyway. If the
parents think that the children will
Idle their time away after school hours
If they are not studying, let the boys
hoe the garden and the girls dry a few
dishes and learn to sew. That will be
much better for them and when 12
and 1 o'clock at night comes they will
be in bed instead of up over their les lessons,
sons, lessons, unable to go to bed for fear of
the consequences of the morrow.
Lakeland Telegram.
The crying need of Florida public
school education Is more foundation
and less superstructure. Not only are
the minds of the children burdened
with some useless studies, but so much
money Is given to Instruction that Is
only available to a few, that enough
competent teachers cannot be employ employed
ed employed to develop the minds of the many.
J. II. Benjamin who with L. H. Eld Eld-ridge
ridge Eld-ridge founded the News, and who Is
now edltor'of the Ocala Dally Star, is
making a great paper out of this little
dally. It Is a source of much profit
to the lay country editor who wants
bright things to print without writing
them himself. Mr. Benjamin ran a
daily paper In DeLand about twenty
years ago. the DeLand Dally News.
Perhaps DeLand will see a dally News
again some day. DeLand Weekly
Any praise from DeLand Is specially
grateful to the editor of the Star, who
made that unsurpassed little town his
home for four years and found many of
his truest friends among its people. We
have been expecting to see a daily
News for some years, and are willing
to guarantee it in advance one of the
most Independent and Interesting in
the state.
Charlie Jones of Dixie, has been in investigating
vestigating investigating the latest drainage scan scandal,
dal, scandal, which charges Chief Engineer
Wright with crookedness. Mr. Jones
says there is no foundation for the
charges that Mr. Wright has been do doing
ing doing his duty, but that the Internal Im Improvement
provement Improvement trustees made a mistake in
holding a secret session to consider the

matter. It seems that two disgruntled

assistant engineers, Dotn or w nom
have been dismissed, alleged that
Wright was generally incompetent;
also that he favored certain companies
at the expense of others. All these
charges have been disproved. It Is j
probable that Chief Engineer Wright j
is both competent and honest, but the
Star thinks it will be more pleasant
for him and the state if he hunted an-i
other job. There has been a labor 1
about his connection with the office
ever since he took charge of it, and
the work would go on better under the
supervision of a man who so many
people are not trying to find fault
The Klssimmee Valley-Ga-ette has
the following about the delegates to
the recent state board of trade meet meeting:
ing: meeting: Muncaster of Ocala was the best
Ward of Miami the coolest.
Robinson of Orlando the tallest.
Badger of Orlando the shortest.
Humphries of Bradentown the most
Barbour of Hilliard the most pulch pulch-ritudinous.
ritudinous. pulch-ritudinous. Bates of Sanford the most flamboy flamboyant.
ant. flamboyant. Powell of Tampa the most noncha nonchalant.
lant. nonchalant. Royster of Palatka the most deliber deliberate.
ate. deliberate. Carson of Klssimmee the best parlia parliamentarian.
mentarian. parliamentarian. O'Bryan of Klssimmee the most elo eloquent.
quent. eloquent. Cox of Lakeland the most serious.
Lynch of St. Petersburg the most
Whitner of Sanford the best mixer.
Richardson of Jacksonville the most
Morrison of Leesburg the best look looking.
ing. looking. Taylor of Titussville the most con contented.
tented. contented. McLeod of Bartow the most earnest.
The disadvantages of public owner ownership
ship ownership of public utilities are shown in
Gainesville. That city is supplied with
gas and electricity by a private com company,
pany, company, the franchise of which expires
at the end of this month. The city de desires
sires desires to build a plant of its own and
wants the company to continue sup supplying
plying supplying the town with light and power
until the new plant can be put in op operation.
eration. operation. The company, however, de demands
mands demands that its franchise be renewed
Sept. 1. or it will shut down. It is. in
short, trying to hold up the town it
has made a living out of for years. It
seems to the Star that it has heard of
such a thing as the power of eminent
domain, and now is the time for the
city of Gainesville to exercise it.
The Tribune learns that Claude
L'Engle is going to have opposition in
his own race for congressman at
large not mere perfunctory republi republican
can republican opposition, but an opposing candi candidate
date candidate who, party lines aside, is one of
the ablest and most popular men in
Florida and the superior on the stump
of any man in Florida. Tampa Tri Tribune.
bune. Tribune. We suppose it is unnecessary to re remind
mind remind the Tribune that it will be its
duty as a democratic paper to help
make votes for L'Engle and against
this new star in the political firma firmament?
ment? firmament? Roosevelt's reference to Armaged Armageddon
don Armageddon has made more people read the
Bible than the preachers have in years.
Tampa Tribune.
It has also made a number of folks
refer to the atlas, in a vain attempt to
find out whether Armageddon was lo located
cated located near Chicago or Oyster Bay.
Get in the campaign fund crowd;
the water's fine, only not deep enough.
Pensacola Journal.
It isn't as deep as the gentle dew in
Ocala yet.
Jefferson B. Browne, the well known
lawyer and politician. Ts about to shift
his residence from Key West to Miami.
D. E. Davidson in attempting to go
around a hole in the fill south of
town ran off the till, or at least it gave
way, and the car had to be pulled out.
Postmaster Stunkel who was with him
complained considerably of the mos mosquitoes
quitoes mosquitoes he encountered during the two
or three hours wait.
P. B. Alsobrook and party who were
returning from the Oeala-Leesburg
ball gave, stuck in the mud near Ok Ok-lawaha
lawaha Ok-lawaha and had to wait until daylight
to secure a pair of mules to pull the
car out. Leesburg Commercial.
The Teaders of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at leas,
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure in all its stages, and
that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is
the only positive cure now known to
the medical fraternity. Catarrh being
a constitutional disease, requires a
constitutional treatment Hall's
Catarrh Cure is taken internally, act acting
ing acting directly upon the blood and mu mucous
cous mucous surfaces of the system, thereby
destroying the foundation of the di disease,
sease, disease, and giving the patient strength
by building up the constitution and as
sisting nature in doing its work. The
proprietors have so much faith in its
curative powers that they offer one
hundred dollars for any case that it
fails to cure. Send for list of testi
monials. Address F. J. Cheney & Co..
Toledo. O. Sold by druggists, 7,"c. Take
ifall's Family Pills for constipation.
no i.i. v
This week Dixie's Woman's Page,
which will be a regular feature will
make its first appearance. It will be
in charge of Dolly Dalyrmple, the best
newspaper woman in the South. It
will be distinctive and in a class of its
own. It will be the best. It will con contain
tain contain no "bromides" and wil lbe up-to-date
in every particular.
The socialists of Florida will hold
their state convention in Ocala August
Garden, field and flower seed, just
received. For sale by Wm. Anderson,
druggist and seedsman. Ocala, Fla.
The market formerly known as the
Ollie Mordls Is now open. Will keep on
hand a supply of fresh meats and fish
Orders by phone will receive prompt
attention. Phone number 315. Come
to the old stand and be treated risht.
Yours respectfully.
Dealer in Fancy Groceries, N. Magnolia.
Odd Fellows meet Tuesday niht.


Editor Star: For the inform.tkn of
the readers of your paper. 1 wl-h to
say that ihe National C'-nv-niion of
the Pror-.siv party r-.-ntly held in
the city of Chicago, elected me to
th- member of the national committer committer-of
of committer-of the party, repres.-ntinar the -::au- of
Florida, with full power orjinize
the progressive party in Florida, an 1
by virtue of this authority, I have
ratified and confirmed t;u- t.-.i.I l-r. an l
all the acts and doins of 'ht- funv.-n-tion
held in the Temple Theater at
Ocala. Florida. July 27th, 1 :!. includ including
ing including the ticket nominated and the plat platform
form platform adopted at sail convention as th
official act and procedure of the pro progressive
gressive progressive party in this sta!.
H. L. Anl.-rs..n,
National Committeeman.
Jacksonville. Fla.. Aug. 17. 1M2.
Bogota, Aug. If. Investigation into
the death of William B. Mac-Masters,
the United States vice consul at Cart Cartagena,
agena, Cartagena, whose body, riddled with gun gunshot,
shot, gunshot, was found a f.-w miles outside
of that city Monday, has proved with without
out without doubt that he was murdered. There
are no dues to the slayers.
Washington. Aug. 1 8. The House j
yesterday voted down. 1"0 to "'.. a pro- j
uosal bv Representative F"- of Illi
nois, republican, for two battleships in;
the pending naval appropriation
The bill was sent back to conference ;
with tacit instructions that the St-n- ',
ate's compromise of one battle-hip be
Hon N. A. Blitfh. who has been
spending the week with his wife and j
her sister. Mrs. B. P. Smith and fam- ;
ily at Bonnie loon cottage, leaves Fri-
day on his return to Tallahassee. He
will go by way of his old home at i
Montbrook. Mrs. Blitch may extend ;
her visit some time longer. Seabreeze
item in Daytona Gazette News.
The people of the Shady Grove com community
munity community will give their annual barbe
cue ana picnic at uam s r-prum
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
festal occasion.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, Independest
Order of Odd Fellows. meets every
Tuesday evening, at 7:30 o'clock in
Yonge'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.
Fort King Camp, No. It. Woodmen
of the World, will hold their next reg regular
ular regular meeting Friday evening. Sept. 1?,,
at Yonge's Hall. Every member is
urged to be present and visitors al always
ways always welcome. B. N. Dosh, C. C.
C. K. Sage, Clerk.
Funeral Directors
Undertakers and Embalmersi
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
Funeral Director.
II Work IUi.e Iv Licence"! TTni TTni-balniers
balniers TTni-balniers and FuIIi' flunranerl
Phones: IX E. Mclver. 101; C. V. Rob Roberts.
erts. Roberts. 303. Undertaking Office. 47.
Contractor and Builder
Plans ana sspe-itlraHons Furnished
L'poi Reuuest.
129 South Third Street
Oflioc over Munror V ChatiiMi H'L
Rooms U, III and 11. Second Floor.
Holder Rlock.
Office Over Commercial Hank
i Office Hours. 8 to 12 a. m. 1 to 3
n. m. P.ione 21?.
iriVIL KX(;iMKK.
Accurate Wuildfng Flan?. IUue Print,
i and Specifications made. Lands Sr.r
rvyed and Platted. C'oe Estimates; on Erection of Pu:!J:nirs or any
tharacter by contract or on cot.-tts
lion basl
v rite or cons tt me at
Xirtbnrt Corner 0-ln lloanr tltork

What They

"I never can understand why a wom
an wants to keep a room as dark as a
"And I never can see why a man
can't read a paper without having
every blind In the house wide open!"
Sunday noon a cloudy Sunday
when Paul had felt too tired to go to
church and Frances had gone alone.
Returning In the state of readiness for,
Irritation that often follows spiritual
uplift, she found her husband in the
parlor, haloed by tobacco smoke and
encompassed by Sunday papers. Every
shade was up to its full height, every
curtain pushed aside.
The sermon had been on "The Sins
cf the Tongue." If it hadn't been for
that Frances felt she could have said
volumes as she went about the room,
straightening curtains and shades. As
her efforts narrowed the light which
fell on her husband's paper, he looked
up with some annoyance.
"You make it so dark I can't read,"
he commented.
"There's no sense is having every everything
thing everything sprawled wide open like that. It
makes the house look horrid to have
the shades clear up to the top of the
Then came the remark with which
this began and Frances.' retort. With
the words a recollection of the sermon
flashed Into her mind and she shut her
lips tightly and stooped to pick up the
scattered papers.
"Here. I'll do that." said Paul, ris rising
ing rising lazily. "Put what's the sense of
picking them up before I've done read reading
ing reading them?"
"They look so untidy!"
There's no one here to be hurt by
it except us, and I certainly don't mind
"And I certainly do!"
"I beg your pardon. Of course. If
they don't suit you they must go!"
"Do Just as you please! I don't care
how you keep the place!"
And Frances left the room with dig dignity,
nity, dignity, her head very straight. To go
to church and say your prayers and
come home feeling happy and good,
and then to be met by a thing like this
the moment you got into the house!
What was the use?
Like a profane echo came the mur murmur
mur murmur from the room she had quitted:
"Oh, hell, what's the use?"
Frances stood still. Should she go
upstairs and cry or go back and laugh.
Then was It the sermon or the
swear? she began to giggle. That
saved the day. She dropped into a
seat on the bottom step and broke into
a shriek of laughter.
"Hullo! What's the matter?" from
"It's so funny! Here I come home
feeling piotw and prayerful, and lose
my temper th first thing and scold,
and you swear! Say, isn't It funny?"
"If that's the way you look at It"
"Well, it is! Leave your old papers
all over the room If you want, and
put the pesky shades out of the win windows
dows windows if you like. I don't care! I'd
rather have any old mess than a row.
let's be comfortable!"
Paul made a circular grab at his pa papers
pers papers "They may go hang for all of
me! X thought you were going off
to crj."
"I was!"
"Well, I'm glad to know how to
break up a weep. One little 'cuss
word' worked the cure. By George, I'm
glad I married a good sport!"
Methods of Hunters in India Make
Capture of Game They Go After
a Certainty.
A curious method of capturing wild
bears Is employed In certain parts of
India. Four or five sturdy men are
armed, two with long spears cross cross-barred
barred cross-barred on the handles close to the
sharp two-edged blade, and two or
three with ten-foot, bamboos, of which
the ends are smeared with bird lime.
Thus equipped and leading several
powerful dogs, the hunters sally forth
an hour or so before dawn. They
pass along the base of the hills with
the fresh morning wind blowing up
from the plains below.
Should the hunters be lucky, it 13
not long before the fierce dogs wind
the bear, and though the dogs of this
species hunt silently, their straining
on the leash informs their owners that
the game is nigh.
The dogs are slipped and disappear
in the semi-darkness. Soon their
roaring and growling indicate that
they have found the game. The hunt hunters
ers hunters run up to the sot where the bear
is fighting with the dogs.
The men with the limed poles poke
the bear in the ribs and adroitly twist
the ends in its long hair, thus holding
it fast on each flank. The spearmen
complete the operation by repeated
spear thrusts.
It Is said that a party of experienced
men with good dogs never fail to se secure
cure secure the bear In this way.
Instinctive Debater.
"So you took your wife to the base baseball
ball baseball game?"
"Yes." replied Mr. Meekton.
"Did she enjoy it?"
"Only parts of it. She thought they
wasted a good deal of time running
around the lot. but she thought the ar arguments
guments arguments with the umpires were Quite
j The Oral Lo Ige. No. Loyal Or-
d.;r of M ----. meets eac-h Thursday
'ver.'r.g a S o'clock in the Gary buili buili-;
; buili-; in lt. third :!o r. Vi-itir; brother- are
inviu l t it rl our rr..--:m?.
j Geo. y. Mershon. Dictator.
j K- I St;r- Secretary.
r, a t-, x
If'. Conventions
at 7:"0 p. rn. a:
... rv
i-:.e Hall, over r-ys'-r s ari.we
ir i-r-tor-. A cardial wel.-)me to v:-it-
hr.-' 1 .r-.t h-r-. F. E. Wet herb-, C. C.
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FOP. RENT Offices In Holder build building.
ing. building. Apply to Davis & Martln.
FOR IiENT l"p-stairs rooms for
gentlemen, only one door east of post post-ofnee.
ofnee. post-ofnee. 2S N. 1st street.
FOR RENT Three connecting un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished ground floor rooms: no chil children.
dren. children. Rooms, this office.
FOR REXT Three furnished rooms
for light housekeeping; first floor
.'ront, all conveniences, including pras
ttove, half block from A. C. I depot.
Xo. 34 Oklawaha avenue.
FOR REXT Two or three rooms,
furnished for light housekeeping in
the new Bierman flat, opposite the
rostofflce. Inquire upstairs at the
building or at the Star office.
FOR REXT A six-room cottage.
Apply to Dr. Fuller.
FOR REXT 121 South Watula
street, 2-story, seven rooms, large lot.
515. II. C. Packham.
FOR 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. Ocala. Fla.
LOST A iiold pin set with pearls in
the shape of small hunch of lilies of
the valley and a bow knot, in the cen center
ter center of which was a diamond. The pin
was lost Saturday niirht at the Air
Dome or at the Temple Theater. Fin Finder
der Finder will receive reward by leaving
same at this office.
STRAYED A small, black filly,
olind in both eyes. Supposed to have
troken loose from hitching- place near
Temple theater. Return or give infor information
mation information to Chas. E. Foglestrom, Monta Montague.
gue. Montague. LOST Somewhere between Oklawa Oklawaha
ha Oklawaha avenue and Seaboard depot, a solid
sold pin, shape of violet with pearl in
center. If returned to Mrs. Sinclair
finder will be rewarded.
E 31 PLOYM ent VA NTE1
Open for engagement November 1st.
Fractical 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 wo teach barber trade in
few weeks, mailed free. Moler Earlier
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.
WANTED To exchange 160 acres
of land for city property. I .and locat located
ed located on hard road, four miles from the
city limits of Ocala. Address C. II.
Stuart, ;y Daugherty street, Ocala, Fla.
Lost, somewhere between South
Third street and Kendrick, 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.
Result of Virginian Return to HIi
Native Town After an Ab Absence
sence Absence of Forty Years.
Cape Charles, Va. Mr. and Mrs.
Andrew Crothers, a bridal couple,
were passengers, on board the New
York express train from here en route
to New York to spend their honey honeymoon.
moon. honeymoon. The bride is sixty-five years
old and the bridegroom sixty-seven.
The couple were sweethearts dur during
ing during their youth In their native town.
Adamston. Vt., and after a quarrel
parted. This was forty years ago.
Following the quarrel Mr. Crothers
left Adamston for the west, became
a mine prospector in Nevada and ac accumulated
cumulated accumulated a fortune.
Mrs. Crothers, who was then Miss
Lilliston. never heard from Mr. Croth Crothers
ers Crothers during the entire forty years. A
few weeks ago he visited his home
town and was surprised to hear that
his sweetheart of early days never
had married. He called on her, pro proposed
posed proposed and they wedded.
Ocala Lo3s- Xo. 2S6, Benevolent and
Protective Order of Elks, meets the
second and fourth Tuesday evenings in
each month. Visiting- brethren always
' welcome. Howell M. Hampton, E. R.
Josejh Bell. Secretary.
Concordia LoJsre, Fraternal Union of
America, meets in Yonze's Hall on the
vor.i Thurs lav evening of each
nonth. Geo. L. Taylor, F. M.
Chas K. Sagfc. Secretary.
Marion-Dur.n Lodge No. 19, F. fc A.
M. meets on the first an I thir l Thurs Thursday
day Thursday evenings of each month at 7:30
o'.-lock. until further notice.
C. E. Simmons. W. M.
I Jake Secretary.
CIIAFTEIt NO. 13 It. A. M.
J Regular convocation? of the Ocala
'fiyt.r N-. 13. R. A. M.. on the fourth
j Fri lay in every month, at 7:30 p. m.
I C. E. Connor. H. I".
Jake Crown. Secretary.
Or.e larare P.erkshire boar ho?;. Stray Stray-el
el Stray-el from Palmetto Park Farms July 23.
! Any information a- to ho's where
about will (- appreciated and reward rewarded
ed rewarded by V.. Strickland, manager Pal Palmetto
metto Palmetto Park Farms. 8-6-4td2tw









To persons giving

"Why Pay More"


62 Ft. King Ave, Ocala, Fla. Telephone 338

Fall session of four scholastic months opens Sept. 2nd. Advance rates
as heretofore 8.r0 per month, or $.13 per session, which is a deduction of
two per cent a month, on the three remaining months to save the trouble of
repeated checks and receipts.
Courses embraced in regular curriculum include a thorough preparatory
course, and the four colle-e classes. We do not say college years, for with
our personal explanatory teaching and assistance a good student with devo devotion
tion devotion to his work can accomplish a grade in four months, thoroughly and un un-derstandingly.
derstandingly. un-derstandingly. We grant diplomas: B. S., A. B., A. M. and for youn ladies,
M. A. Our diplomas are as well recogniaed and accepted throughout the
South as those of any other college.
Our annex is a thorough business course. Bookkeeping, single and dou double
ble double entry, .-hortiiand and practice in typewriting; all the very best systems
and easily comprehended. Bates as heretofore.
These advantages are at your own door. We do not canvass for pcholars,
but we would be pleased to have as many desks taken as possible by our for former
mer former pupils.
Address lor Particulars, GEO. C. or Mrs. G. C. L00NEY




Phone 438

Bring Your Tires and
Next Seion Open Sept. IT, 1912
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 living.
High moral tone. Scholarly faculty.
Beautiful 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 forrss of
student activities. Send for catalog.
A. A. MURPIIRKE. President.
i wi.-Vor Pnrir.r Set. f. niprps. cood

1 6-hoIe Steel Range, with reservoir, pood condition
1 Home-Made Desk and Book Caee. glass doors, only
1 Se -cnd Hand Oran. 17. Another for only
1 Phonograph, and fJ Records, only
1 used Gra;ho-hone and Z Records, Bargain at only
1 used GraihoNh' lie an 1 S Records, very cheap at
Lot of used Records, some good as new, at -K 30c, 40c
Graiho;hone Needles, soft tone, 200 for I'Y'
Mos-iuito Canopies, Steel Frames, large size. $I.!M; for Iron beds,
SMITH'S, Back ol Variety Store




good references
Tubes to be Vulcanized
College of Arts and Sciences, Normal
School with Kindergarten Department.
School of Music, School of Art. School
of Expression, Home Economics De Department
partment Department with extension division.
Eeautiful location. Beautiful buildings
and first-class equipment throughout
Tuition free. Other expenses Tr
low. For information address
EDW. CONRADI, President.
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OCA1A EVEXI?:G STAR, mondiy, august i, ii2

2. Extracts Front a Mary
"I must save
Here it is on the 14th of the month and my earnings
are about all gone. Of course I was compelled to make

Home 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! 5ut I would have to f rego

As it is, I am only working
and I DO work hard. If I

some of my pleasures, I fear
for my board and clothes,

jcould only save."


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Mr?. Edwin P. Pittman arrlvel from
Tampa Saturday afternoon.



trial $


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 efficiency
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, for your pocket's sake, to feed your
stomach with finest groceries, good wholesome food.
That is YOU It fuel.
Johnson's Fducator Crackers make (he right kind of fuel
for you. because they are made from Whole Wheat Flour.
Educator Wafers. Educator Toasterett (buttered, salted att&C
toasted), Educator luncheon Biscuit. Fducator Siveet
Graham. Educator Ginger Snaps, Fducator Animal
Crackers. Fruited Educator (Sultana Raisins), Fducatcr
Bran Cookies, a natural laxative.

Teapot (Grocery
PHONES 1G and 174

: Florida

Following arc fust a Few of the Thousands of
A r tides Carried in our Great Furntttf re, Hardware,
House Furnishing and General Supply Store. Come
in and look the stock over, voa will find manv

!S voa want.


For the Office
Itoll himI Flat Top Desks, Typewriter Desks Sttuographer'g
Desks, Office Chair, Stools. Sofas, Etc.
For the Dining Room
Handsome Hound or Square Intension Tables, Dining Chairs,
Huks Sideboard and Chiffoniers, lUiuffets, China Closets, China
Dinner Sets. Iamps, Fine Table Linen, Etc.
Parlor Furniture
Handsome Mahogany, Oak, Willow or Mission Chairs, Straight
Harked or Hookers, Tables, Sofas, Lamps, Hugs and Carpets, Pic Pictures.
tures. Pictures. Bedroom Furniture
Demit if ul Dressers and Wash Stands in Golden Oak, Rirdseye
Maple or Mahogany. Iieautiful Iron and llrass Beds in over Fifty
Different Varieties and Trices. Rugs and Mattings, Chiffoniers and
Wardroltcs, Toilet Sets, Hlankets, Comforts and Linens.
For The Pantry and Kitchen
Handsome Refrigerators and Ice Chest in Several Different
Makes and Styles and any Size or Price Desired. Stoves and Ranges
In Kit her Wood or Oil Burners. Kitchen Cabinets and Tables.
Hardware Department
Anything Desired in Silverware for the Table, Cutlery and
Sissors in our Hardware Department: Shotguns, Rifles and Ammu Ammunition;
nition; Ammunition; Fire Sets, Screens and Irons. Etc.
Carriage and Harness Dept
Ruggies, Carriages and Wagons for all Purposes, Harness, Sad Sad-Domestic
Domestic Sad-Domestic and Imported, Art Squares, Mattings, Etc., in the Coutnry.
dies, liap Robes, Whips and Everything for the Horse or Vehicle.
PHONE 47 North Magnolia'St. OCALA, FLA.

Mrs. Anna Beaton returned
night from a visit to Savannah.

Dr. Walter Hood won the gold
at the Air Dome Saturday nisht

prices at

hats at less than
2 North Magnolia

tr.-et this


and Mrs.
their visit


R. Sap

are home


Mr. Fred
visiting his


of Palatka
in this city.

the vj

the I'.'nl
work i-

and w:
lama. ;
-..r. II.
con f;;iv

jirl "' irbitratur.s to pas on
je of : : ila Water Com Com-plar.t
plar.t Com-plar.t will rr.fctt In this city on

ar. 1 b in session till the'r

- completed ar.d their report
Trie Notrd is composed ,,t
Arthur Push. NVsbit WingnV.d
ir.gfold Hazelhur.-t. all .,f At-ractk-al
hydraulic engineers.
T. Powell, president of th Mi Mi-Hank.
Hank. Mi-Hank. Co!. Nat Harris. the

Felt ham.

,f l;i




y. and Jul.

-.e .-u pen or eou
Macon, will 1-e

Mr. and

Mrs. J p. Galloway return return-fro
fro return-fro m tiitir week's visit to

A marriiiit marriiiit-morning
morning marriiiit-morning to Mr
Lula M.Ginnis

. Frank

was issued
Uilban and



Miss Sara Davis, who has been

iting Mrs. Kate Whitfield at Dunedin
for the last three weeks, returned home

Mrs. Arthur Clark is visiting
sister. Mrs. Lee Miller, in Orlando.


Your vacation is not complete with without
out without a kodak. Merit's Po-tufiice Drug Drugstores,
stores, Drugstores, agents.

Mr. Lawton Bailey left this morning
to spend his vacation in Chattanooga.

Rexall Nice destroys the odor of
perspiration. Gerig's Postoffi.-e Drugstores.

Mrs. C. C. Arms will close her board
ing house next Saturday for a month.

Mr. II.

F. A It man
night with

Mr. J. G. Swaim was the lucky win winner
ner winner of the beautiful Axminster rug that
was given away at the Temple Theater
Saturday night.


Tr.- members of the Ocala Board of
Trad-- are reu-.-ted to meet at the
Hoard of Tnde headquarter on East
Droadway Wednesday evening at 8:20.


h a
the "r
IV. k.


Jlfv. Mr. Sweat of
Pastor L.-y's pulpit a!
chur.-h yi-sterday and
acceptable sermons.

Arcad.a filled
the Methodist
preached most

aby s

II. W. Itawls and baby returned
o-.i:h '.'arolina last night. The
ems t. he on the road to re re-from
from re-from its recent sickness.



Jul.:.- W. M. Gober. wife and child children
ren children bft today for a visit to their old
home at Commerce. Ga. The judye

pent will return in about two weeks, but

Ocala friends

! Mr.

C. H. Dame returned yesterday
a visit to the Woodmen of Dad

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fausett
baby returned from the lake
morn in:;.


at her.

will remain until cooler

V. Felt on of oidtown. who

n in o.-ala for some weeks, at I
T,e of h: s sVninn T If I- f i

dif-d Saturday afternoon.
Felton has been a sufferer from
'.- disease for some years. He

o a;a any m tne summer and
imself under treatment which!
Jim -reat relief, but ihe ravages

of L.-ea.-e :.a l been too great to cure. I
and shortly after h: return home he!
became ill airain. He then returned to j
o.-ala, to the home of his stepson, who l

did everything i-os;ible for his relief,
but without avail.
Mr. Felton wa in his sixtieth year,
and was a much respected citizen of
LaFayette county. His remains were
prepared by Mdver & MacKay, and
were sent today to Old Town for' in interment.
terment. interment. They were accompanied by
Dr. and Mrs. Peek and Mr. Felton's
son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Fel Felton
ton Felton of Oidtown. who arrived Saturday
eveninz. The funeral will take place
at oidtown tomorrow mornincr.

will convince yon of onr superior and safe ne&cds. It
will also snow yon why the people who are ccasideitd
conservative financiers and careful business men
Pay Bills By Checks,
through oar bank. We wani yon to know the advantage
of this nitdern system of doing business, so consult us.
Ladies always welcome. : : : : :

H. D. 8TOKE3, CsMr.

fl n y.n s- i.o a

Mr. William Earl Flanders and Miss
Fffie Lon? were married yesterday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon at 2:.T0 o'clock at the Meth Methodist
odist Methodist parsonasre. P.ev. Sweat officiat officiated.
ed. officiated. Mr. Flanders is an intelligent and

industrious youn tailor, an employee!

of Mr. Jerry Durnett. and his bride is
the pretty daughter of Mr. Lonjr. the
city stockman.

mi io mi-: this i:vi:i(;


Mr. i:. M. Howard isthe early bird in
the oranire trade. He lias tinishe'I
shipping for t!o season. His superb
Vab in ias went in a hurry, and iw coul 1
have asily disposed of several times
as many.

i Millinery stock at o2 Xorth Mairno-
lia street must be sol i this week at
any price.

j Mrs.


Mrs. I-:. M.
after a plea.-Illinois.

ant visit

is home a:rain.
to Champaign.

C. Arms will leave on the

for New York, accompanied by
Mary Affleck. They will spend
lays in Jacksonville before sailing

will be in Xew

Mr. and Mrs. C. T. liaison of Atlanta
are stoppinar with Mrs, Feltham for a

or so.


rtexall shaving lotion, a deli:
antiseptic after shaving. Geris's.
office Drugstores.

Mr. and Mrs.
returned from

Sterling Hooper
an outini? at



on the Mohawk. They

York about two weeks.

Mr. J. C. Stratford, who has been a
pruest of his cousin. Mrs. Van Hood,
for the pat week, has returned to his
home in Montgomery, Ala. He is a
pleasant gentleman, and enlarged his
list of friends while in Ocala.

Tonight tin- Air Dome will have an
exceptionally .sood program. There
will be fun in it for everybody. After
tiie first show there will be three
prizes fiiven away. These prizes are
above the ordinary anil are well worth
payin-r a uoo.l price for. but at the
Air Dome they are niven away.
Tomorrow niht the feature picture
will le run. ntitled. "A Nation's
lVril." This is without a doubt the
line.-t war drama ever made. It is in
two reels and shows just how our sol soldiers
diers soldiers would act if attacked by a for

eign power. Two spies are blown to j
shreds by an awful explosion, and a

larse boat is torn into splinters by the
explosion of a mine. This is truly a

Jwonderf.ul picture. There will be no

extra admission charged.

Effective May 1st and Continuing Until November 1st
Wtadlr IHIdDtefl
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 Up
T. M. WILSON, Proprietor and Manager

Preserve your artistic P.oard of
Trade certificate by having it framed
at the Ocala News Co.

Miss Ivlna Smith,
auer's, has returned

cashier at TJhein TJhein-from
from TJhein-from her visit to


Rhoda Liddon returned Satur-

Durini? the services at the Methodist
e.'iurch last niyht. an auto butted into
a buuuy in the street between the
church and the Harrington. Not much
damage done, tho the sound of the
collision obscured the services for a
second or two.

day evening from a
friends at Redd irk.

pleasant visit to

Harmony Mosquito Talcum
them away. 2."ic a tin. Geris's
office Drugstores.


Mrs. Julia McCredie and daughter.
Miss Janet, are home from their visit
to Arkansas.

Parher P.Ie.-i h and Jake Klein had a
jrame of checkers in the Coast Line
waiting room the other day. They
played and played, oblivious to the
world around them, till Malcolm Will Williams,
iams, Williams, after vain attempts to drive them
out. took away the checker board.
Kven then, they went on, moving
imaginary men hit an imaginary board,
until their .uame was finished and they
found to their astonishment that they
had been playing with and on air.

ti:mim-i: tiiiatkii

The funeral services of the late S. K.
Howe took place at Hi o'clock this
mornini? from the chapel of the under undertaking
taking undertaking firm of Mclver & MacKay, who

ih id


You can save
second-hand and
Ocala News Co.

money by purchasing
rebound books at the

Mrs. Georire Chambers is
the week at Fastlake. the
Mrs. H. S. Chambers.

spend in


of the burial. Tiie pall

bearers were Mes.
Kd Carmichael. K
Knesser, F. G. P..
Uev. liunyan Step

rs. Maurice Strauss.
K. Carroll. James
Weihe and Will Lee.
hens, pastor of the

If you want to find your friend while
down town, go to the Court Pharmacy
they all meet there.

Paptist church, conducted the short

of I but touching service at tiie chapel, of

fered a prayer and pronounced the
benediction at the nr.ive. Quite a
number of friends attended the ser services
vices services anil accompanied the remains ti
the yrave and the handsome casket
was eovered with pretty Mowers.

Miss Majorie Taylor, a pretty yount?
lady from White Springs, has taken a
position in Frank's Store.

Don't suffer with heat. Stop at the
Court Pharmacy and cool off while en enjoying
joying enjoying a dish of that Rood ice cream.

Mr. Jonas Drippers, one of Marion's
most efficient salesmen, has a position
in Frank's bis dry Roods store.

For quick service in anything you
want In the drug or toilet line, call
281, the Court Tharmacy.

28 for

W. M. McDonald and daughters.
Anna and Mary, will leave Autr Autr-a
a Autr-a visit to Waynesville, N. C.

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

Miss Margaret Mcllvaine passed thru
Ocala yesterday, on her way to Yalaha
for a visit to her sister, Mrs. Stanley

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

Mr. IT. H. Kemp expects to leave this
week for a visit to his wife and daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, who are spending the summer at
Ozark. Ala.

Mr. Tom P.. P.arnes. who began
learning the printer's trade in this of office,
fice, office, after some years with the Manner,
is asain with the Star.

Claude Campbell of North Lake
Weir was in the city Saturday. Claude
is a skilled navigator and engineer; he
is also conceded to be a talented hair

Mrs. J. G. Spurlin came up from the
lake this morning, to visit her Ocala
friends. Mrs. Spurlin has been very
sick, and this is her first visit to Ocala
in months.

What Are You Paying?
Hams -. lTJc ier lb
llluo Hon Matrlips ier package. .l."c
(I Cakes Import Horav Soap. . .2."c
1 laker's Chocolate ier lb HTc
Van Camp's IIel Kidney Ileans
per can lOc
.? Cans Van Camp's lieans 25c
Florida Tomatoes, large size.... 10c
Florida Tomatoes, small size, 3
for. ., 25c
Favorite Corn, SI Cans for 25c
Cracker Hoy Coffee per lb 30c
Lord De La Ware Soup per can. .Cc
Large Ituckct Cottolene $1.30
Medium Hucket Cottolene., 50c
Hest Creamery liutter per lb. .35c

In 3 Hi. lots from the tub (i.


not prints)

Packages Jello
Powder .

..SI. 00

and Ice Cream

3 Packages Li pt oil's Jelly Tab Tablets
lets Tablets -.25c
3 Sunleani Cornflakes ..22c
3 Cans 5c. Clold Evaporated Milk 10c

. .25c


the c:

Mr. Ja-s. T. Chiles was in

Saturday niiht. on his way home
St. Petersburg from his trip nor:
Jimmie visited Cincinnati and oth
bis cities, and had a good vacation.


j The Phi Sigma College buildlns. No.
1 62 Fort King avenue, is makins im important
portant important changes in enlarging it- seat seat-jing
jing seat-jing capacity and making other ne,;e ne,;e-jsary
jsary ne,;e-jsary improvements for the convenience
'of its pupils. See advertisement in
another column.


gallon 35c

Idea Location, Splendid
Equipment, Sti ong Fac Fac-i
i Fac-i alty. Full CoDege and

Conservatory Courses.

mi mm an

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

Secretary, Box 15.

Stepping on a rusty nail has been ;
the cause of many cases of lockjaw.
The nail was not so much the fault as j
neglect of the wound. If such wounlsj

were cleansed and E A LIZARD'S LIN'I-!
MI-XT applied there would be no lock- j ConiI'ouiid Lard

juw, us me aunsej'iie properties OI : pne

the liniment would counteract the
poison and the wound would hal
quickly. Price 23c, 50c and $1 per bot bottle.
tle. bottle. At all druggists.

3 Packages Hutch Cleanser.
3 Cans Van Camp's Hominy.

Il. Granulated Sugar. .$1.00
Old Country P.lend Tea per lb. ..50c.
5 Gallons Oil . t. .G0c
Full Cream Cheese ier lb. . .,. .20c

Fresh Hulk Oatmeal ier lb.

Heinz Vinegar per

Salt Hacon per lb. 14c
13 lbs. Whole Grain for J?1.00
21.1b. Sack Henry Clay Floor i?1.00
12-lb. Sack Henry Clay Floor 50c
Cream of "Wheat ler package. r. 15c

Wesson Cooking Oil -r- .30c


Irlh rutntix-, per pert

Saturday night was a bis night with
Ute Temple, six reels, every one of
them sood. the sons by Miss Sage a
winner and the house, well, just think
about it. nearly .".00 people saw the
show and not a kick; yes, came three
or four miles from the country to see
it. Now that is going some, isn't It.
Tonight we are going to give you an another
other another dandy, some crackerjack pic pictures,
tures, pictures, three very nice prizes and Miss
Sage will sing just the sweetest, cutest
little sons you ever beard, entitled.
"Sweet Sixteen." and you 'an just bet
you will be ulad you are livins when
you hear it. Three prizes every night
this week. Friday night we give away
a tine gold watch. Coupons good every
niiiht. starting tonight. Now don't
you lose one of them. Watch our .nov .novelty
elty .novelty slide between the reels. We are
going to star! this' In a few days. Tbe
first ne will be The Iate Express'
Leaving Oeala on Saturday Night." He He-side
side He-side giving away that watch on Fri Friday
day Friday night we are going to tell you all
about that big surprise we have been
writing about. A big night in the
middle of the week, Wednesday, am amateur
ateur amateur night, a big night Friday night,
a Iieautiful song every n5sh.t by our
eharming singer. All this in one week
will sure make you glad j-ou are a pat patron
ron patron of the Temple and if you are not

it only costs you a nickel to fjnd out
how good it is and then you are com coming
ing coming out every night. Just stop at the
ticket window and lmy one of those
card rickets good for six admissions,
only 1'5 cents. You get five coupons
then on that watch. Don't let a good
thing get by you. when it is yours for
a niekel. The gold watch Is now on
exhibition in the pen ease at the Court
Pharmacy, the "drugstore on the


Speaking about baseball, if Ray
Cullock took his girl to the ball game,
and he "taught" the Ocala first base baseman
man baseman trying to make eyes at her would
he "Pat" Anderson for trying to take
his Gal-oway?
A fine program tonight: "The Girl
Rack Home," a fine western: "Jenks
and His Motor P.oat." a side splitting
comedy, and "Doggie Debut," a fine
comedy for the children, featuring a
dog and pony circus.

Get your certificates framed at the

Ocala News Co.

Miss Garnet F,os returned
from h r viit to ciearwate:


Mary had a little name.
She changed it day by day;
She made it "Mayme" for a time.
And then it turned to "May."
She used "Mal-ie" for a while.
And then tried "Mae," hut la!
She met a nice young man, and now
Her name has changed to "Ma."

Judge Joseph F.ell left this morning
for a two days' business trip to Savannah.


Mr. John Tead of Homosassa died of
Intestinal trouble Wednesday before
the doctor could set there to relieve
him. He was about fifty years of age,
and was a brother of Mr. John Head of
this section. Crystal River News.


Haywood Morton is now Janitor at
the courthouse. Haywood is a smart
boy. and will probably keep things
ship shape.

The members of the Ocala baseball
team are out for, practice again this
afternoon. The boys are working hard
for success and deserve a strong backing.

Following are the meteorological
conditions that prevailed durinsr the

i twenty-four hours up to sunset yester

Clear, southwest wind.
Minimum temperature, 70 degrees.
Maximum tejnperature. 93 degrees.
Average, 80 degrees.'

Mr. W. 11 Ten Kyck has returned
from a month's visit to his mother and
old home scenes In Michigan. He had
a most delightful visit and wore his
overcoat a good many times.

"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.

Dr. E. Van Hood, who left Friday
morning, to see his sick sister, Mrs. A.
C. Dittmar at Fort Tierce, found her
very ill. She is now recovering, how however,
ever, however, and the doctor is expected home

Mr. John T. Moore returned this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon from Pablo Beach, where he
accompanied his wife and little daugh daughter.
ter. daughter. They will remain there for a
week or so after which they will go to
the mountains.

Representative R. R. Bullock says,
in regard to the special meeting of the
legislature, that that body can remain
in session to attend to anything it
sees proper, but he prefers to attend to
what it is called for and return home.

Mrs. George McKean and little
daughter have been here the past
week, visiting Mrs. McKean's parents.
Judge and Mrs. W. S. Bullock. Mr.
McKean arrived Saturday, and today
with his family left for Tennesrsee,
where they will remain until Oct. 1.

Messrs. George J. Blitch and B. N.
Dosh paid Leesburg a visit yesterday,
going thru the country by auto. They
found the Lake county end of the road
in good condition, but the sandy
stretch from North Lake to Weirsdale
was very dry and hard to navigate.

Miss Pearl Fauett came up
lake this afternoon.

from the

Mr. G. D. Hugan ha ha-a
a ha-a visit to Salt Springs
at his home.

returned from
and is very ill

Mrs. ('has.
Miss Fannie

K. Sie
Mae. Went


aug liter,
the lake

this afternoon.

Ivan Lanier had some mishty
kodak pictures today, but woul-l
the reporter see them.

n't lvt

Mrs. P.

S. Woolrow and Miss Jessie
came up fr':n Woodmar to-

d a y,

do some shopping.




R. G. Blake and daughter. MSs
Miss Mary Sanders and Messrs.
Norwood and Fred Lansford
:o the lake th":s afternoon.

Master Iaurie Benjamin returned to today
day today fr-.m a week's visit with the fam family
ily family of Mr. H. A. Fausett. at Eastlake.
He had a n.ot enjoyable time.

While down at Dunnellon yesterday
do, torins mules for Petteway. Dr

Miss Daisy Bell, who has been visit visiting
ing visiting her brother, Mr. Ben Bell and wife,
at Lynn Haven, for the past month,
arrived in Ocala this afternoon to
make her home with her brother and
sisters. -Ml the Bell children are to

gether a-'ain now and happy In their
reuni ri. Miss Daisy has many friends

in 'cala, who are almost as giau as
her relatives of her return.
Dame Rumor says we are to have

another nice launch anchored at our
dock belonging to .Tude Bulby k. Mr.

Kibler and Col. Davis. We have al al-re.dv
re.dv al-re.dv three niee launches here and more will add to the looks. Shell

Island item in Crystal River News.

Generally fair weather except show showers
ers showers in extreme south portion tonight
or Tuesday.

D. C Bybee, teaming contractor liv living
ing living at 669 Keeling Court, Canton, I1L,
is now well rid of a severe and annoy annoying
ing annoying case of kidney trouble. His back
pained and he was bothered with
headaches and dizzy spells. "I took
Foley Kidney Pills Just as directed

and in a few days I felt much belt

My life and strength seemed to come
back, and I sleep well. I am now all
over my trouble and glad to recom recommend
mend recommend Foley Kidney Pills." Try them.
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.

Major Lancaster of Ocala has put up
a comfortable tent between Palmetto
Camp and Cottage Detroit, and expects
to stay awhile and fish. The major
has spent several summers on our Isl Island
and Island and knows bow plentiful fleh are
down here and expects to catch his
share. Shell Island Item In Crystal
River News.
The major returned home last week.

Bites of poisonous insects that cause
the flesh to swell up must be treated
with a healing antiseptic that will
counteract the poison and heal the
MENT LINIMENT answers every requirement In
such cases. Price 25c, EOc and fl per
bottle. Sold by all druggists.
nn, livixgstovs
The Great Blood Parlfer aad Nerve
Tonic, for Itheamallim, Kldaey aa4
Illadder Troablea Price SOe.
Dr. I.lvlnKaton'a Dlapeprlae Powdera,"
for IndlseMtloa aad Stomaeh Troa Troa-llen
llen Troa-llen Price 50 Ceata
Dr. MvlnK-ntoa'a Golden Catarrh Ilalat,
for Catarrh of the Head, Hay Hay-Fever
Fever Hay-Fever of Catarrhal Nature.
Price 50 Genta
Thee Remedies Can Alvraya be Foaad
at the Court Pharmacy, OcaIaf f?a.


Those who put off using Hall's Tex Texas
as Texas Wonder for their kidney, bladder
and rheumatic trouble make a deadly
delay. $1 bottle gives quick and per permanent
manent permanent relief. Write for testimonials.
Dr. E. W. Hall. 226 Olive street. St.
Lou'" Mo. Soli by druggists.

We have received a copy of Pastor

"Rus.-ell's famous resolution which of

ficially does away with hell. However,
iiaving received instructions to the
contrary in our early days it will re-,.-.i-re
mre than an imitation typ writ

ten resolution to change our opinion.

Leesburg Coni;i;ercial.


wa uuite
ter today.

w a s




for awhile. He is


Mr. O. M
:.-'v:e- mer
drink and i e
Sun-ling at N
.- -tnv.-n'en-.-e f
:.-ke. an it

Gi'e. trie
chant, ha-r-ream
r Like.

enterprising enterprising-oper.ed
oper.ed enterprising-oper.ed a cold
r in the store
It is a great

1 -.

v:s::ors i
ed it will

r Mr. Gale

o the

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


Merchants' Cafe. A. C. L. depot er

ner. Meals a la carte and lunches at

any hour.

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

best of drugs, and delivered to you

promptly? Then try the Court Fharm
acy. Sen-i or phone 284.

The odor of stale perspiration about
.v., v.r,-L- rn y,p gotten rid of by using


rt rin the bath tun. 11 purines me

rikin thoroughly and lends a refreshing

influence to the bafh. Friee large bot
tie, 50c Soil by all druggists.



pplicatloa for Leave to $ety

Minor l.iDd
Notb-e is hereby given that on the

18th day of September. A. D. 1912. I

will apply to Honorable Joseph IJell,

county jjdire in and for Marlon county.

state or Florida, at hl ornce in Ocaia,

In wald county, tor an order authoriz

ing me. a guardian or tne minor neirs

of the estate of Sidney H. Perry, de
ceased, to ell at private wale the foU

lowing property belonging to nald es

tate, to-wit: eventy feet eaut anf

wet oy one hundred and twelve feet

north and south In the northwest cor corner
ner corner of lot eight 8) Caldwell's a4di

tion to Ocala. Said land belonging to
the e.-tate of the said Sidney IL Perry,

leceased, to he old lor the uest inter

est of said minor heirs.

This Kth day of August, 1912.
Annie M. Perry, Guardian.

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Geraldine Conner
Author 'The Pioneer"
"Tamarraws Tangle, etc
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Gene, however, was not at all
abashed by any lack of cordiality. At
the best of times, he was not a sen
sitive person, and as this had been
his portion since his early manhood,
he was now used to it. Moreover, to tonight
night tonight he was in high spirits. In his
year of exile he had learned to love
the outdoor life for which he was
fitted, and had conceived a passionate
desire to own the splendid tract of
land for -which he felt the love and
pride of a proprietor.
Always a loquacious person, a
stream of talk flowed from him to
which the old man offered no Inter Interruption,
ruption, Interruption, and In which even Rose found
It difficult to Insert an occasional, ar arresting
resting arresting question. Gene had a number
of new plans.
The old man listened without speak speaking,
ing, speaking, his chin on his collar, his eyes
fixed in a wide, dull stare on his happy
boy. At intervals Gene almost clam clamoring
oring clamoring for a response he emitted one
of those inarticulate sounds with
which it was his custom .to greet in information
formation information that he did not like or the
exact purport of which he did not
The only thing which would have
sweetened his mood would have been
a conversation, peaceful and uninter uninterrupted,
rupted, uninterrupted, with his daughter. He had
not seen as much of her as usual dur during
ing during the last few days, as she had been
confined to her room with a cold. This
was the first evening she had been at
dinner for four days, and the old man
had looked forward to one of their
alow, enjoyable meals together, wrlth
a long, comfortable chat over the
black coffee, as was their wont.
When dinner was over, and she rose
from her seat, he asked her to play
on the piano In the sitting-room near
Neither of the men spoke for a
space while the music crept in softly
from the sitting room. The old man
gazed for a while maliciously- at hia
"Well, you've got it!" said the fa father
ther father at last, In a loud, pugnacious tone.
"You've got it, haven't' you?"
"Well, I guess I have," said Gene,
his triumph tempered by an air of
modesty, "and I guess I earned It
fair. I stuck to the bargain and there
were times when I can tell you it was
a struggle. I never once slipped up.
If you don't believe my -word, I can
bring you men from down there that
know me well, and they'll testify that
I speak the truth.
"It was Rose who really put me up
to It," he went on. "She'd say to me
I could do it, I only had to try; any
one could do anything they really
made their minds up to. If you said
you couldn't do a thing, why, then you
couldn't, but if you said you could, you
got your mind Into that attitude, and
it wasn't hard any more. And she
was right. When I got my mind round
to looking at It that way, it came quite
easily. Rose's always right."
"Then, why the hell," said the old
man, "do you go on talking about
yourself and your damned concerns.
bothering the life out of her when
she's got troubles of her own?"
"Troubles of her own? What
troubles has she got?"
"She's got a cold," said Cannon.
He spoke sharply and looked at
Gene with a sidelong eye full of ob
servant malice. The young man gazed
back at him, confused, for a moment
half Inclined to laugh, thinking his fa
ther, in a sudden unaccustomed play playfulness,
fulness, playfulness, was joking with him.
"Well, if it's only a cold," he stam stammered,
mered, stammered, "it's nothing to tear up the
ground about. I thought it was some something
thing something serious, that Rose was unhappy
about something. But a cold
After all, it was a good thing the
boy did not know; he was of the kind
who could not be trusted with any in information
formation information of Importance. He did not
want Gene or anybody else to inter interfere.
fere. interfere. He, Rose's father, and he alone,
without any outside assistance, would
reach up and pick out for her any star
that sparkled in the heavens, any
moon for which she might choose to
cry. She wanted Dominick Ryan for
her husband. She should have him
and it would be her father who would
get him for her. He would give her
Dominick Ryan, as he would a pearl
necklace or a new automobile to which
she had taken a fancy.
Out of the Fullness of the Heart.
That nleht if xena Tlornv'a turn tr
be wakeful. In the silence of the sleep
in housfl and tho warm rknpc. of
her curtained room, she lay tossing
on her bed. hearing the clear, musical
striking of the parlor clock as it
marked the hours. When the first
thin Btreak of gray painted a pale line
between the window curtains she rose
and took a sleeping powder and soon
after fell into a heavy slumber.
This held her in the dead, motion motionless
less motionless unconsciousness that a drug
brings, through the long morning
hours. Dominiek'a noiseless denarttirA I

hardly disturbed the hushed quiet of j "as not in the picture. Berny's imaei imaei-the
the imaei-the little flat. The Chinaman, trained j nation had luccd him, pushing him
by his exacting mistress to make no j out cf the romance into some unseen.

sound while she slept, went about his
work with a stealthy step and cautious
touch, even in the kitchen, shut off by
space and muffling doors, continuing
his care. He had had more than one
experience with the wrath of Mrs.
Ryan when she had been roused from
late slumbers by a banged door or a
dropped pan.
It was nearly lunch-time when she
awoke, slowly emerging from the
black, unbroken deadnesa of her sleep
to a momentarily augmenting sense of
depression. She rose, her body seem seeming
ing seeming to participate In the oppressed
discomfort of her mind, and, going to

the bedroom v 'ndow, drew the curtain
and looked out.
The day promised little in the way
of cheering influences. For hung
heavy in the air, a gray veil depend depending
ing depending from a gray haze of sky. That
portion of her neighbor's garden which
the window commanded was drencned
with it, the flowers drooping moistly
as if it weighed on them like a heavy
substance under the pressure of which

they bent and dripped. The stretch
of wall that she could see gleamed
with dampness. A comer of stone, on
which a drop regularly formed, hung
and then fell, held her eyes for a few
vacantly-staring moments. Then she
turned away, muttering to herself:
"Good Lord, what a day!"
She was at her lunch when the tele telephone
phone telephone bell rang. She dropped her
nankin and ran to the instrument
which was in the hall. She did not j
know what she expected or rather j
she did not expect anything in par-1
ticular but she was in that state of j
feverish tension when she seemed the i
focus of portentous happenings, the j
point upon which events of sinister J
menace might, at any moment, bear j
down. Bill Cannon might be calling
her up, for what purpose she could not
guess, only for something that would
be disagreeable and perturbing.
It was, however, her husband's voice
that answered her. He spoke quickly,
as if in a hurry, telling her that he
would not be home to dinner, as a
college friend of his from New York
had just arrived and he would dine
and go to the theater with him that
evening. Berny's ear, ready to dis discover,
cover, discover, in the most alien subjects, mat matter
ter matter bearing on her husband's interest
in Rose Cannon, listened intently for
the man's name. As Dominick did
not give it she asked for it, and to
her strained and waiting attention it
seemed to come with an intentional
"What is his name?" she called
again, her voice hard and high. "I
didn't catch it."
It was repeated and for the second
time she did not hear it. Before she
could demand it once more, Domi Domi-r.ick's
r.ick's Domi-r.ick's "Good-by" hummed along the
wire and the connection was cut.
She did not want any more lunch
end went into the parlor, where she
Eat down on the cushioned window window-peat
peat window-peat and looked out on the vaporous
transparencies of the fog. She had
waked with the sense of- weight and
apprehension heavy on her. As she
dressed she had thought of the inter
view of yesterday with anger and also
with something as much like fear as
she was capable of feeling. She real realized
ized realized the folly of the rage she had
shown, the folly and the futility of It,
and she realized the danger of an
open declaration of war with the
fierce and unscrupulous old ma.n who
was her adversary. This, with her
customary bold courage, she now tried
to push from her mind. After all, he
couldn't kill her, and that was about
the only way he could get rid of her.
Even Bill Cannon would hardly dare,
in the present day in San Francisco,
cold-bloodedly to murder a woman.
The thought caused a slight, sarcastic
smile to touch her lips. Fortunately
for her, the lawless days of California
were passed.
"With the curtains caught between
her finger-tips, her figure bent forward
and motionless, she looked out into
the street as if she saw something
there of absorbing interest. But she
saw nothing. All her mental activity
was bent on the -problem of Domi Domi-nick's
nick's Domi-nick's telephone message. She did not
believe it. She was in that state
where trifles light as air all point one
way, and to have Dominick stay out
to dinner with a sudden and unexpect unexpected
ed unexpected "friend from New York" was more
than a trifle. She assured herself with
6low, cold reiteration that he was.din was.din-Ing
Ing was.din-Ing with Rose Cannon in the big house
on California Street. If they walked
together on Sunday mornings, why
1 SESsSiSr
...... --y
"What Is His Name?" She Called
Again, Her Voice Hard and High.
shouldn't they dine together on week weekday
day weekday nights? They were careful of ap appearances
pearances appearances and they would never let
themselves be seen together in any
public place till they were formally
engaged. The man from New York
was a fiction. She that immaculate,
perfect girl had invented him. Domi-
1 nick could n?t invnt anvthin
was not that kind of a man- Du
was not that kind of a man. But Her
! ny Knew nal au 0n can IIe
the occasion demands, and Rose Can
non could thus supply her lover's de deficiencies.
ficiencies. deficiencies. With her blankly-staring eyes fixed
on the white outside world, her men
tal vision conjured up a picture of i
them at dinner that night, sitting op-
posite each other at a table glistening j
with the richest of glass and silver,
while soft-footed menials waited ob- 1
sequiously upon them. Bill Cannon j
uninteresting region where people who
were not lovers dined dully by them themselves.
selves. themselves. She could not imagine Rose
and Dominick otherwise than alone,
exchanging tender glances over the
newest form of champagne glasses
filled with the choicest brand of cham-;
A sound escaped her, a sound of
pain, as if forced from her by the
grinding of jealcus passions within. ;
She dropped the curtain and rose to
her feet. If they married it would ;
be always that way with them. They
would have everything In the world, j
everything that to Berny made life


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worth while. Even Paris, with her
three hundred thousand dollars to
open all its doors, would be a savor-

less place to her if Rose and Dominick
' were to be left to the enjoyment of
, all the pleasures and luxuries of life
back in California.
Unable to rest, fretted by jealousy,
tormented by her longing for the of of-:
: of-: fered money, oppressed by uneasiness
I as to Cannon's next move, the thought
' of the long afternoon in the house was
j unendurable to her. She could not re re-j
j re-j main unemployed and passive while
her mind was in this state of disturb disturbance.
ance. disturbance. Though the day was bad and
j there was nothing to do down town,
! she determined to go out. She might
I find some distraction in watching the
passers-by and looking at the shop
i windows.
j By the time she was dressed, it was
i(Jur cloCi- iog was tnicser
ttan yer. hanging over the city in
an ven- motionless pall of vapor. Its
breath had a keen, penetrating chill,
llke that exhaled by the mouth of a
cavern. Coming down the steps into
xt Ehe seemed to be entering a white,
EtiI1 Eea- S ich a& air came that
was pleasant on the heated dryness
of her face. She had no place to go
to, no engagement to keep, but in instinctively
stinctively instinctively turned her steps in the
down-town direction. Walking would
pass more time than going on the car,
and she started down the street which
slanted to a level and then climbed a
long, dim reach of hill beyond. Its
emptiness a characteristic of San
Francisco streets struck upon her
observation with a sense of grip griping,
ing, griping, bleak dreariness. She could look
along the two lines of sidewalk till
they were lost in the gradual milky
thickening of the fog, and at intervals
see a figure, faint and dreamlike, ei either
ther either emerging from space In slow ap approach,
proach, approach, or melting Into It in phantas phantasmal
mal phantasmal withdrawal. m
It was a melancholy, depressing
vista. She had not reached the top of
the long hill before she decided that
she would walk no farther. Walking
was only bearable when there was
something to see. But she did not
know what else to do or where to go.
Indecision was not usually a feature of
her character. To-day, however, the
unaccustomed strain of temptation and
worry seemed to have weakened her
resourcefulness and resolution. The
one point on which she felt deter determined
mined determined was that she would not go
The advancing front of a car, loom looming
ing looming suddenly through the mist, decid decided
ed decided her. She hailed it, climbed on
board, and sanK into a seat on the in
side. There was no one else there. It
smelt of dampness, of wet woolens
and rubber overshoes, and its closed
windows, filmed with fog, showed
semicircular streaks across them
where passengers had rubbed them
clean to look out. The conductor, an
unkempt man, with an unshaven chin
and dirty collar, slouched in for her
fare, extending a grimy paw toward
her. As he took the money and
punched the tag, he hummed a tune
to himself, seeming to convey in that
harmless act a slighting opinion of
his passenger. Berny looked at him
severely, -which made him hum still
louder, and lounge indifferently out
to the back platform, where he leaned
on the brake and spat scornfully Into
the street.
Berny felt that sitting there was
worse than walking. There was no
one to look at, there was nothing to
be seen from the windows. The car
dipped over the edge of an Incline,
slid with an even, skimming swiftness
down the face of the hill, and then,
with a series of small jounclngs,
crossed the rails of another line. Not
knowing or caring where she was, she
signaled the conductor to stop, and
alighted. She looked round her for
an uncertain moment, and then recog recognized
nized recognized the locality. She was close to
the old Union Street plaza on which
the Greek Church fronted. Here in
the days before her marriage, when
she and Hazel had been known as
"the pretty Iverson girls," she had
been wont to come on sunny Sunday
mornings and sit on the benches with
such beaux as brightened the monot monotony
ony monotony of that unaspiring period.
She felt tired now and thought it
would not be a bad idea to cross to
the plaza and rest there for a space.
She was warmly dressed and her
clothes would not be hurt by the damp.
Threading her way down the street,
she came out on the opening where
the little park lies Ilka an unrolled
green cloth round which the shabby,
gray city crowds.
She sank down on the first empty
tench, and looking round she saw
other dark shapes, having a vague,
huddled appearance, lounging in
bunched-up attitude on the adjacent
seats. They seemed preoccupied. It
struck her that they, like herself,
were plunged in meditation on mat
ters which they had sought this damp
seclusion silently to ponder. The only
region of activity in the dim, still
scene was where some boys were
playing under the faintly-defined out
line of a large willow tree. They
were bending close to the ground in
the performance of a game over which
periods of quietness fell to be broken
by sudden disrupting cries. As Berny
took her seat their imp-like shapes
dark and without detail, danced about
under the tree in what appeared a fan fantastic
tastic fantastic ecstasy, while their cries broke
through the woolly thickness of the
air with an intimate clearness strange strangely
ly strangely at variance with the remote effect
of their fieures.
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Orator's Revenge on Trousers That
Had Proved Treacherous at a
Mcst Important Time.
Uncle "Hank" Barnhart, who rep represents
resents represents part of the state of Indiana In
the lower house, shook the camphor
out of his dress suit one evening In
preparation for a public address he
was booked for and discovered that
his figure had grown too prosperous
for the open-faced garb that had once
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Barnhart thought that by breathing
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About five minutes before he was
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then murmur a prayer that no cata cataclysm
clysm cataclysm should occur.
By standing sway-backed. Uncle
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his full height and then bent over and
tried to touch his fingers to the floor
without bending his knees. Again he
heard a large fissure making Its way
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The Motorcycle with

This is how an enthusiastic rider describes his 1912 Indian. The
Indian's "flexibility" of speed control is mainly due to
The Variable Speed and Free Engine Clutch

This device enable the Indian rider to regulate his
speed from 4 to 60 miles an hour by merely moving
the clutch lever the right degree. By this action the
clutch can be "slipped and the machine driven at
the speed best suited to the moment
In other words, the Variable Speed and Free Engine
Clutch is the means by which the motor power is fed
to the machine at the will of the rider.
This feature and magneto supplied without extra
charge on all 1912 Model Indians.

Ask for a free demonstration.
Distributor lor Marion Counly OCALA, FLO BID A


bold at most bars and cafes.
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 it Is at your service
whenever you need it. aMny times
autos can be repaired right on the
ppot and sent on their way without
coming here at alL Autos for hire,
any hour of the day or night.
Hotel Astor
Corner Bay and Hogan Sis.
Jacksonville, Florida
RATES: $1 and Up
IIt and Cold Itunnlng Water and
Telephone in Kach Room. Free Baths.
mom:st rooms, rest reus
i, ih;e sample rooms
T;ikc Street Car at I'nlon Station and
3-t off at Hogan Street
"Count the Indians
On the Roadl"
A H.P. SiatU CytiaJcr - $200
7 H J. Twrta Cjhaier (250
a Thousand Speeds!9'