The Ocala evening star

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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
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Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Porter & Harding
Publication Date:
Daily (except Sunday)
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ; 61 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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VOL. 19.
NO. 27.


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involving the stomach and bowels.
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Funeral Directors
Undertakers and EmbaSrecrs
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
Funeral Dlrrrlom.
All Work Dot.e by License! Km Km-batmen
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i Rob-i erts, 305; Undertaking Office. 47.
Contractor and Builder
, Plans ana Npecltlcation Furnished
Upon Reuuest.
... 129 South Third Street
(Formerly Smith & Roberts)
Funeral Directors and
Licensed Embalmers
Lady Assistant when required
Calls Answered Promptly Night
or Day, to All Parts ol City
or Country
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llllawi llrmkr the Deadlock and Slate
After Slate Followed the
r.altlmore, Jtilj' 3. The rhangp to
Wilyon tame xwiftly, after Illinois, on
the tirt hallot takrn after the conven convention
tion convention met at 12:0! o'clock ci-'t her solil
block of fifty-eight vote for Wilson.
That was the greatest defection from
Clark an.l the roar of huppines.H that
was emitted from the throats of the
Wilson men exceeded in volume any
noi.-e that this niise-makini? conven convention
tion convention .has. made in its entire week of
.-es.sion.s. It was the beginning of the
inevitable end. When the balloting
was resumed, .state after state lei?an
to drop into line, in whole or In part.
In Arizona Clark lost -one vote to
Bryan. Connecticut showed Wilson a
f?ain of two. They left the Clark col column.
umn. column. In Idaho Wilson gained one and
one-half. When Illinois was reached.
Hosier C. Sullivan of Chicago rose and
announced eighteen votes for Clark,
forty for Wilson. Under the unit rule
the entire vote was cast for Wilson.
Virginia, whose vote heretofore bad
been divided between Clark, Under Underwood
wood Underwood and Wilson, went solidly for Wil Wilson.
son. Wilson. West Vlrsinia. hitherto for Clark,
ca.t her sixteen votes for Wilson.
Once more the roll call bejran. It
was the forty-fourth ballot and Wilson
In the besinnlnK sained one in Arizona.
Calorado climbed aboard the band bandwagon,
wagon, bandwagon, giving Wilson a gain of nine.
Indiana cast her solid vote for Wil Wilson.
son. Wilson. The forty-fourth ballot resulted
in Wilson 629, Clark 306. Underwood
99, scattering 54.
Forty-fifth 'ballot: Wilson G3", Clark
306, Underwood 27, scattering "2.
Forty-sixth ballot: Underwood with withdrew.
drew. withdrew. Foss withdrew. Massachusetts
vote went solidly to Wilson. Senator
Stone, speaking for Clark, released
Clark's delegations. A, motion to make
the nomination 'Unanimous was receiv received
ed received with a territie burst of approval,
and the work was done.
This Is an acre of sreat discoveries.
Progress rides on the air. Soon we may
see Uncle, Sam's mall carriers flying in
all directions, transporting mail. Peo People
ple People take a wonderful Interest In a dis discovery
covery discovery that benefits them. That's
why Ir. King's New Discovery for
coughs, colds and other throat and
lung diseases is the most popular
medicine in America. "It cured me of
a dreadful cough," writes Mrs. .1. F.
Pa vis, Jtickney Corner. Me., "after
doctor's treatment and all other rem remedies
edies remedies had failed." For cough's colds
or any bronchial affection its unequal unequal-ed.
ed. unequal-ed. Price '50c and fl. Trial bottle
free at Tydings & Company.
Sumter County Times)
Homer Colnan and Marcell Hdmon Hdmon-son
son Hdmon-son left Saturday for Valdosta, On.,
where they have a large peach crop to
put up.
Mrs. C. M. Watson Is visiting in
Ocala this week.
Mrs. G. T. Condrey of Ocala is here
this week, visiting relatives and
friends. Condrey was the lucky one In
drawing the horse and wagon that
was raffled off last week In P.ushnell.
Still Coleman grows. Several new
residences are now under construc construction.
tion. construction. John I'. Wicker Is making prep preparations
arations preparations to erect a nice cottage on his
lot next to the school house. Those
who are not building new ones are
having their old ones repaired. $2. .10
cabbage and $?. tomatoes wiy soon
build any town.
One hundred and twenty pounds,
more or less, of bone and muscle don't
make a woman. Its a good foundation.
Put into It health, and strength and she
may rule a kingdom. But that's just
what Electric Bitters give her. Thou Thousands
sands Thousands bless them for overcoming
ralntlng and dizzy spells and for dis dispelling
pelling dispelling weakness, nervousness, back backache
ache backache and tired, listless, worn out feel feeling.
ing. feeling. "Electric bitters have done me a
world of good," writes Eliza Pool, De De-pew,
pew, De-pew, Okla., "and I thank you. with all
my heart, for making such a good
medicine." Only 50c. Guaranteed by
Tydings & Company.
(Sumter County Times)
Mr. II. L. Snowden is going to have
a large livery and feed stable built.
W. C. Kilgore has the contract.
Mrs. B. Parrish and two children of
Rosalie, are here visiting the family
of Mrs. Tarrish's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. C. G. Kilgore.
Friday afternoon Mr. R. L. Snowden
and Miss Viola River, a young couple
of Oxford, came down and were mar
ried, Mr. W. C. G. Kilgore performing
the ceremony.
Air. H. O. Collier, chairman of the
board of county commissioners, thinks
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that we will have a court house and
Jail ready for occupancy some time
next year.
Mr. H. J. Nichols lias sold his house
anJ lot in town to Mr. Gunn, manager
of the Wildwood Ice Works.

There 13 more catarrh In this sec section
tion section of the country than all other dis diseases
eases diseases put together, and until the last
few years was supposed to be incura incurable.
ble. incurable. For a great many years doctors
pronounced it a local disease and
prescribed local remedies, and by con constantly
stantly constantly failing to cure with local
treatment, pronounced It Incurable.
Science has proven catarrh to be a
constitutional disease and therefore
requires constitutional treatment.
Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by
F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo. Ohio, te
the only constitutional cure on the
market.. It is taken Internally In
doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful.
It acts directly on the blood and mu mucous
cous mucous surfaces of the system. They
offer one hundred dofcrrsftr any case
it fails to cure. Send for circulars
and testimonials. Address: F. J. Che Cheney
ney Cheney & Co.. Toledo. Ohio. Sold by drug druggists.
gists. druggists. 75c.' Take Hall's Family Pills
for constipatfon.
Oxford. July 3. Mrs. C. P. Warnock
and two children left Saturday for
Missouri. She was called to the bed bedside
side bedside of her mother who is quite ill.
Mrs. Clara Nichols returned Satur Saturday
day Saturday from Webster, where she has
been for some time, visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Francis Hayes.
Miss Nora Nelson returned from
Ocala after spending a few days most
pleasantly with Misses Pessie and
Grace Smith.
Misses Tsabelle and Kuth Pace of
Anthony who have been viisting rela relatives
tives relatives here for the past two weeks, left
for their old home at Umatilla Sat Saturday
urday Saturday for a short visit before return returning
ing returning to Anthony.
Mrs. Ieon Griggs and two children
returned from Ocala last Wednesday,
with both children much Improved. As
they have been under the treatment of
their old family physician. Dr. W. V.
Mrs. Robert I'ainey of Helen. Fla., is
visiting her brother, Mr. Grady Perry
this week.
Mr. J. T. IviVeigne motored down to
Pushnejl Monday on business.
Uncle John Perry made a business
trip to Ocala Monday.
Mr. W. H. Smith motored out to
Sard is church Sunday, accompanied by
Messrs. Charles Driggers Roulie Hurst
and Milton Powman.
Mr. William Vause of Plant City
came up for Oak Grove picnic and
came on to Oxford, as the guest of W.
H. Smith and returned to his duties
as deputy sheriff for Hillsborough
county Friday afternoon. His many
old friends and acquaintances were
glad to shake hands with him again.
after an absence of several years.
, Little Dorothy Groff celebrated her
fifth birthday by serving refreshments
for her little friends out on the pretty
lawn. All had a most enjoyable
time and Dorothy received many nice
j little gifts from her little friends.
Quite a number went down to Oak
Grove picnic, although the day was a
rainy one. And equally as many. If
not more, were disappointed and griev grieved
ed grieved over the weather, and stayed at
home with a heavy heart.
Mrs. Joe Snowden is improving nice nicely
ly nicely after having quite a little malarial
spell. She is able to be up and around
Messrs. J. L. Pemberton, G. Cren Crenshaw
shaw Crenshaw and W. H. Smith, members of the
Wildwood band, went down to prac
tice Monday night. The band will play
at Summerfield on the 4th.
Mr. E. H. Powell left for Centralia
Sunday, where he has accepted a po-
ition at blacksmithing.
Miss Annie Pemberton left for Web
ster Saturday as the guest of Mrs.
Francis Hayes.
For every purpose or a flesh healing
liniment for man or beast there is no
remedy more powerful than DARBY'S
dition to Its effectiveness on the flesh a
wonderful internal remedy. It relieves
cramps, colic, dysentery, sore throat.
swollen tonsils and sick stomach. As
a disinfectant for the sick room it is
of extraordinary value. It destroys
germs and purines the air. Added to
the water for bathing the face of a
fever patient it is not only refreshing.
but It tends to allay the fever. Price
r0c ber bottle. Sold hy all druggists.
Can furnish rrom one setting to one
thousand pure bred Rhode Island Red
eggs for hatching at $10 per hundred.
Ed Carmichael, Ocala.
Never leave home on a journey with
out a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic.
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It Is
almost certain to be needed and can
not be obtained when on board the
cars or steamships. For sale by all
Cook your next roast In a paper bag.
and get the bag from the Post Office
Drug Store. 25c. the package.
Sprains require careful treatment
Keep quiet and apply Chamberlain's
Liniment rreely. It will remove the
soreness and quickly restore the parts
to a healthy condition. For sale by all
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The Great Almhlp, la AVMek Vaalnaa

IIped tm Sail ArraM the Atlaatle fajing relatives in Levon Sunday., raswd Death mt the Aera- Dr- T- K- Slaughter, wife and sister.

aut mm III Crew.
Atlantic City. X. J.. July S. Five
persons -lost their lives here yester yesterday
day yesterday morning, when the gasbag attach attached
ed attached to the great dirigible balloon. Ak Akron,
ron, Akron, owned "and piloted by Melvin
Vaniman. the noted airman, intended
to sail across the "Atlantic ocean, ex exploded
ploded exploded when fully one-half mile above
the ocean offshore here.
The dead are. Melvin Vaniman, Cal Calvin
vin Calvin Vaniman,' Fred Klmer, George
Bourtillion and Walter Guest.
Fully 3,000 persons saw the catas catastrophe.
trophe. catastrophe. Among them was Mrs. Vani Vaniman.
man. Vaniman. -wife of Melvin A'anlman. She
fainted when she saw the Immense
gasbag explode and the big car with
its human freight fall into the blue
waters of the Atlantic.
The big airship was run out of its
barn at 6:15 and the fire men embark embarked.
ed. embarked. A perfect ascent was made and
the airmen at first steered straight
out over the Atlantic. The ship" was
then put through a lot of preliminary
movement, so that half an hour later
when the explosion occurred the Ak Akron
ron Akron was not more than half a mile
from the shore and high above the
water. Suddenly, about 6:45 o'clock,
the throng of watchers saw a burst of
flame from the top of the gasbag, fol followed
lowed followed by a dull sound, caused by the
explosion of gas and immediately the
big silken bag, rent by .the explosion,
burned fiercely and the long, covered
basket containing the five men,
hurtled toward the water while the
crowd groaned in helplessness, pne
body was seen to shoot clear of the
wreckage and dive headforemost for
the water. It was that of -Calvin A'anl A'anlman,
man, A'anlman, and it was soon recovered by one
of the several swift motorboats that
were sent to the rescue. The other
four bodies were carried down beneath
the waves In many fathoms of water
by the weight of the wreckage and
have not been recovered.
Xearro Paid With lllo Life for laftnltlaa;
a AVhlte Girl
Pradentown. July 3. This town was
the scene last night of a lynching. The
victim was a negro. Willie English.
The offense for which he. forfeited his
life to a mob of white men was the
usual one, except that in this instance
the brute had not made an attack, but
had made an insulting proposal to a
young white girl, daughter of a prom prominent
inent prominent citizen of Pradentown. That oc occurred
curred occurred on last Friday and Kngllsh was
arrested that evening and placed in
the county Jail. I.ast night the negro
was taken from the Jail, shot to death
and then hanged to the limp of a pine
tree on the outskirts of the citj as a
warning to others of his kind.
One small bottle of Hall's Texas
wonder cures kidney and bladder
trouble, gravel, diabetes, neuralgia.
rheumatism, weak and lame backs In
all ages. Write to Dr. E. W. Hall,
2926 Olive street, St. Louis. Mo., for
local testimonials. Sold by druggists
Levon. July 3. Mr. John Waters
after two weeks visit with his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Waters, left Mon
day for Columbus. Ga., where he has
accepted the superintendency of -a
large guano factory.
Mr. S. S. Duvall of Ocala was shak
ing hands with his host of friends in
Levon Tuesday.
Mr. and Airs. Grady Perry of Ox
ford is visiting Mr. Perry's mother.
Mrs. C. Perry, this week.
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Perry were Ocala
visitors Wednesday.
Mr. C. A. Oliver is on the sick list
this week.
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Aloseley, Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Alkins and Mr. C. A. Oliver
spent the day in Ocala Thursday.
Mr. John R. Proctor of Pedro was
in Levon Friday.
Mr. M. M. Proctor of Pedro was a
Levon visitor Saturday morning.
Air. Pat Hill of Dade City came up
Saturday night to spend Sunday with
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Accurate Building Plans. Blue Print
and Specifications made. Lands Sur Surrey
rey Surrey ed and Platted. Close Estimates
cade on Erection of Buildings of any
tharacter by contract or on commis commission
sion commission basis. v rue or consult me at
XortkwMt Craer Ocala Hew Bluets

MjMr3. Hill and the babies, who are on
;an extended visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. S.

Dr. and Mrs. T. K. Slaughter a
Miss A'lola Slaughter
I Friday afternoon.
j Mr. Dave Scroggy of Ocala was vit-
Miss A iola Slaughter, spent Sunday
afternoon on beautiful Iake Weir.
Air. and Mrs. Ramsdale and daugh daughter.
ter. daughter. Miss Grace. Mr. C. I Simpson,
spent Sunday afternoon at Smith Lake.
Mr. Will Proctor and family of Pedro
spent Sunday In Levon. the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Will Lucius.
- Martel. July 3. Mr P. S. Freyer Freyer-muth
muth Freyer-muth left for St. Petersburg last Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, where he will spend a few
weeks in the hope of regaining his
health, which has been very poor for
several months.
Miss Suzanna Clark of Juliette spent
Sunday In Martel. as a guest of her
aunt and cousins, Mrs. Kemp and fam family.
ily. family. Air. H. P. Beatty spent the fore part
of the week with friends at Savannah.
Mrs. Taylor-and daughter returned
from a few days visit at Lake City on
last Friday.
R. C. Taylor and A. P. Kemp gave a.
purlo at the home of Mr. J. A. Nelson
last Thursday evening. which was
well attended and thoroughly enjoyed
by alL The evening was spent in
music and games and a good social
time. The purlo was all that could
be desired as to quality, but oh. well!
What's the use of trying to make
enough for more than two helpings
around when Lloyd Tucker and John
Beasley are present.
Dr. Walter Hood and wife of Ocala
Sundayed in Martel with friends.
Prof. O. (. Flanders was a welcome
visitor at Martel last Sunday. The
proffessor was on his way from Geor Georgia
gia Georgia to Fort Ogden Fla., where he has
a school engaged for next winter.
Miss Mary Kemp invited the mem members
bers members of her Sunday school class to her
home last Saturday evening and a
very pleasant time was spent there by
these young people. Punch was serv served
ed served during the evening.
Miss Mae Tucker went to Glenville.
Ga.. early In the week to spend a few
weeks with relatives.
Mr. G. J. Ross accompanied by his
nieces. Alisses Ernestine and Nancy
Brooks of Ocala were Friday callers
at the home of P. A. Ausles
Mr. W. J. Seckinger spent Sunday
in Juliette, visiting his sister. Mrs.
Mr. W. P. Johnson left Saturday for
his home In Atlanta. Ga.
Mr. K. W. Hampton left today for
Tallahassee, where he expected to
spend the balance of the summer.
A Boston man lost his leg from the
bite of an Insect two years before. To
avert such calamities from stings and
bites of insects use Bucklen's Arnica
Salve promptly to kill the poison and
prevent inflammation, swelling and
pain. Heals burns, boils, ulcers, piles.
eczema, cuts, bruises. Only 25 cents
at Tydings & Company.
(Sumter County Times)
Marshal Henry Langston has com
menced work on a new dwelling.
Mr. Wilcox has commenced work on
a dwelling house.
Mr. A. J. Rurnham has let the con contract
tract contract to Mr. S. E. Wicks to build a
dwelling house near the Baptist church.
Wednesday morning Mr. H. Melvin
Eichelberger came into town and took
the country Judge with him to Eden Eden-field,
field, Eden-field, who soon united him In marriage
to Miss Elizabeth Nettles, a very
charming young lady who has recent recently
ly recently come to IMen field to live. The wed wedding
ding wedding was a very quiet affair, being wit witnessed
nessed witnessed by only a few friends who had
been let Into the secret. The groom Is
well known in Sumter county and we
Join his many friends .In best wishes
for much happiness to them both.
Is too Important a matter for a woman
to be handicapped by weakness, bad
blood or foul breath. Avoid these kill kill-hopes
hopes kill-hopes by taking Dr. King's Life Pills.
New strength, fine complexion, pure
breath, cheerful spirits things that
win men follow their use. Easy, safe,
sure. 25c at Tydings & Company.
Sumter County Times)
Miss Nada Venable accompanied by
her sister Lelia and little brother
Howell, left for Hartford, Conn., last
Tuesday to spend the remainder of the
summer with relatives. Before return returning
ing returning home they will visit New York and
other points north.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hughes and Miss
Larinia Hughes returned home last
Saturday from a very -pleasant stay of
a week In Jacksonville with friends
and relatives.
Mrs. C. C. Lamoreaux and children
Florence and Clara, left last Monday
for Atlanta to visit her brother. J. T.
In these days of high cost of living.
a medicine that gets a man up out of
bed and able to work In a few days is
a valuable and welcome remedy. John
Heath, Michigan Bar, Cal.. had kidney
and bladder trouble, was confined to
his bed, unable to turn without help
T commenced using Foley Kidney
Pills and can truly say I was relieved
at once. His example Is worth fol
Sold by Anti-Monopoly Drug-
I have returned to the city and am
again In line to do your wallpaper
hanging, painting and any kind of In Interior
terior Interior decorating or finishing for your
house. See me before letting your
contract. Isaac Simmons.
A. M. Nason, farming near Canaan.
Me., was badly crippled with sciatic
rheumatism due he says to uric acid in
his blood. "Foley Kidney Pills entire entirely
ly entirely cured me and also removed numer numerous
ous numerous black specks that were continually
before my eyes. Foley Kidney Pills
are a uric acid solvent and are effect effective
ive effective for the various forms of rheuma rheumatism.
tism. rheumatism. Sold by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
Do not leaTe any standing water
about your yard, particularly rain wa water
ter water hundreds and thousands of mo mosquitoes
squitoes mosquitoes are the result.

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LocaL legislation

Police f$rtment salaries

Witness f and costs

' Riiser & Carroll Proprietor.
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Entered In the postofflce at Ocala,

Fla., as second class mall matter.



Tb city council met last night With I Street department, labor

the fallowing members present: Ffes-1 Feed

ident R. R. Carroll, Council men Hel-Sundry expense

venston, Taylor. Welhe, Carmlchael and (Sanitary department, labor and

Livingston. J expense

Minutes -of the last meeting were Light and water for public use

read and approved after a correction j Market

had been made. (Contingencies

Mr. E. C. Bennett appeared in behalf Office supplies

of the property owners on North First Impounders salary, etc

street, and asked that some repairs be I Fire and water fund, salaries

made on same, which matter was re-1 Feed

Teddy. and, his tribe, in piayrui anus- ferred to the street committee. Supplies and reapirs

Ion "to the work of the republican na-i Cn motion of Mr. Weihe, the police Sundries

tlonal commltteie. hare aaoptea as ineirieoinmlttee wa8 authorized to buy an Equipment 1200.00

party slogan the eighth command- leiectrlc police bell for the telephone Electric light department 1903.97

nem, '- witeing instanea on me pudiic square

Taftltes cam' back with a moainca for the police department. 1 Total 16156.61

tlon of the nintrt, expresses tnus.i petition of Mrs. W. S. Bullock, to be Cash on hand $12339.05

ThAn a ha It not lie. a.m a. reminder I .n ,! v . v. I nanr.i-ni is" u

that Teday promisea ne wouian i runicorner north of the express of flee, was Fire and water fund 122.85
again, and then broke his. word. The granted. Bond interest fund 193.04

people have little to nope irom euneri D Van if00(j waa present and eave Sinking fund 1219.68

Teddy or-Taft, but they can rely ontne c0uncn 80me appreciated informa- Electric light fund 10616.74

the democrats, who In view of thetIo I .s there is very little money In the

party's war on special interests can I F M. Dodson submitted a proposi-1 general and fire and water funds and

Inscribe on Its banner the first fourjtion to gprinkle and sweep the brick about $10,000 in the electric light fund,
words of the tenth commandment, I gtreets on a contract bast Is. Matter! we hereby recommend that there be

Thou shalt not covet. I wan referred to the street committee I transferred from the electric light fund

to Inquire into and get bids for doing 1 13,000, and that there be transferred

the work. I f rom the electric light fund to the fire

Mr. E. E. Robinson was present with and water fund $1,500

a written report from City Engineer A proposition was made by Dan

and his daughters, when he received I Moorhead. asking for the lowering of Whitfield to pen cows at night for

the news of his nomination. The I the sidewalk grades on both sides of I what the pound fees would pay, and

honor is as great as can come to any! the Hotel Harrington, same being too in addition, give the city one-fouorth

Governor Wilson was seated on the
veranda of his cottage at Seagirt. X. J..
Tuesday afternoon, with Mrs. Wilson

Tke Standard Bearer Who Will Lead

the Democratic Hasta t Victory
oi Xavember 5th
Baltimore. July 5. For president.

Woodrow Wilson; for vice president.

Governor Thomas R. Marshall, of In


This ticket was completed by the

Democratic National Convention at

1:56 a. m. today.

The nomination of Governor Mar

shall for vice president came as some

thing of a surprise, for when the

night's balloting for vice president be

gan It seemed that the -Bryan-Wilson

contingent in the convention had def

initely settled upon Governor John E.
Burke, of North Dakota.

There was not much of a fight, how

ever, and when two ballots were taken

they disclosed Marshall easily in the

lead. Governor Burke's name was

withdrawn and Marshall was pro

claimed the nominee by acclamation.

A minute later the convention had ad

journed sine die.

The platform, hewed out in commit

tee several days ago. and warmly
praised by Mr. Bryan, was adopted

with a whoop.

man by the nomination of a party." he

said, "especially under the clrcum

sances.. I hope I appreciate It at its
true value, but Just at this moment I

feel the tremendous responsibility it
Involves 'even more than I feel the

high and above established grades, of the fees. The police department
The reauest was granted. I was instructed to give the matter a

The members of the police depart-1 trial

ment petitioned the council to pur- On motion, iir. Arthur Pew, civil

chase them a uniform each year one engineer of Atlanta, was chosen as the

for each man. The request, on motion city's arbitrator in the matter of ap

honor. I' hope with all my heart theiof Mr. Taylor., was held over till a full praising tne value or tne ocaia water
party Will never have reason to re- council was present. Company's plant. Mr. Pew having been

arret It. I J. C. Geiger asked that the automo- originally named as Mr. JacKson'g al-

blle license Issued to Mr. Hogan belternate. Mr. Jackson delayed so long

Underwood's name was withdrawn transferred to him. Request was in his reply oi acceptance, that it was

from the convention Tuesday after-1 granted. thought advisable to select Mr. Tew.

noon by senator uanicneaa, or ai-i j. k Moorhead, city engineer, sud- me council men aujournea

abama, who spoke amid breathless J mitted a report on paving Fort King

silence. He said Underwood had enter-1 avenue, the square yards In the por

tion that is to be paved, is S11.950, at

an approximate cost or ?i.s per

square yard the work will cost


Notice to contractors was read, and

ed the contest hoping to be the nom

inee, but his chief desire was to erad

icate sectional feeling. That had now

been demonstrated by the liberal sup

port elven the Alabama candidate. "We



Ringside returns of the Flynn-John-

son fight will be received at the Air

Dome, July 4th, beginning at 3 p. m.

wouia not oe a party, ne saiu, 10 meiwun some changes to De mane Dy me Good order; good music; ladies may

defeat of any candidate, but I thinklcity attorney, the proposal for bids to attend. Admission 25 cents.

the time has come," Bankhead con- do the work was ordered published in

tlnued, "to recognize that he cannot be the Manufacturers Record, the Times

nominated in this convention, nor can I Union and the local papers, and the

he be used to deefat any other candi-time set for receiving and opening the

date. His friends stand ready to sup- bids Is August 20th,

port the candidate and platform of hlsl c. J. Weaver and wife filed a peti



A tract of 1257 acres of the choicest

ii. iTnAmAAii wn.,ii,iL. .v.. I Marlon, county farming land. Several

stay In the House and perform his them for the loss of a buggy and har

great duties there without complaint. Iness when the old shed was burned on

the A. C. I track, opposite their house.

After all, the Tribune believes that and. for damages to their house. The

it was every consideration of expe-1 petition was filed for information

dlency. Intelligence and availability Engineer Moorhead reported that he

hundred acres in cultivation, and near

ly all fenced. First class farm build
Ings of all kinds. Good tlmberon por

tion of land not In cultivation. Close

to railroad and hard roads pass thru

portions of the land. Only five miles

that nominated Mr. Wilson. No other had measured the concrete work done !rom,0catla- .Th,13 ? one ,of th bes'
A-mnt 9n nit rt manv vntM aiiA w r--o-o nn s. nn t th. I farming tracts In the best section of

no democrat would have been so strong ditch through their property, and same Mon the banner county of the state

democrat can so completely annihll






The Oedi BMri ml Health m Helplaa;

tm Make tke City neelthy
amd Hapay t.

ate Mr. Taft, Roosevelt & Co., as the
peerless governor of New Jersey.
Tampa Tribune.
The foregoing showa-.thaV the Tri Tribune
bune Tribune Is, eating Its jcrow, with a really
fine appetite. We admire that sort of
a spirits. -r
-1 f "' i. i .' ... .. -.
The sStariis-, Indebted to Managing
Editor-RebertjW. .Bentley, of the Tampa-
Times, nwho. almost eyery evening
for the past two weeks has taken time
out of his busiest hour to send the
Star a special dispatch with the latest
news of the two big political conven conventions.
tions. conventions. Bentley is a Florida boy with a
metropolitan newspaper training, and
the combination Is happily expressed
in the splendid news service of the

Alas for the "noun dawg;" he was
kicked Cjle'ao across the, street.. He
would. ,havefared better it It hadn't
been for ,the Morgan-Belmont t'ag on
his collar and the Hearst tin can' tied
to his tall. Champ 'Clark is a mighty
fine man. all the same, and shouldn't

be judged by some of the company he

kept during the' 'campaign.

On being informed of the nomination
of Wilson.' Congressman Underwood
sent the following telegram to Wilson:

"Accept my congratulations on your
nomination. It will be my pleasure to
support your candidacy to my utmost

"That's what we call a man."

The Star's thanks are due Managing
EJItor Guerry of the Tampa Tribune

for the Timely and appreciated dls

patch sent it Monday afternoon. The
Tribune men are up to date, and their

efficiency is equaled only by their


the account was ordered held up till

the council could decide whether the

drain would be continued on street

lines or through property and streets.

as its present course is.

City Attorney C. L. Sistrunk report

ed that he had collected
paving certificates.

Engineer Arthur Pugh In a written

report offered to make a survey of the

city, with maps, plans and estimates

for. sewerage system for $500. or

would make all such maps, profiles,

ble. If interested.

Ocala, Fla.

address Box 606.


Low rates to early visitors. J. P.

$402.64 on Johnson. Hendersonville. N. C. Route 6.


People of Fort McCoy Highly Apprv

elate Ilia Work' la the Proetor
Murder Cane
Fort McCoy. Fla., July 2d, 1912.
Editor Star: Allow me space to ex

press my gratitude and appreciation of

one of the best sheriffs in the state,
To say our little town and surround

ing vicinity was sadly shocked and

aroused to a high state of excitement

does not express our feelings over the

killing of one of our citizens. C. J,
rroctor, by his son, Gilbert.
Sheriff Galloway and our much re

spected citizen, F. M. Harp, with their
untiring efforts and good judgment

gained all evidence' necessary to con

vict the son of one of the most heinous

crimes ever committed in this commun
ity. It is a blow to us that such j

crime could have happened among us

for we believe that we have the most

social and law-abiding citizens of any

I would say that all fathers and
mothers should take this to heart and
if any fathers are not constant com companions
panions companions with their sons they should
be and should go to preaching and
Sunday school with them. If the boys
could all get the love of Christ instill instilled
ed instilled into their hearts when they begin
to know right from wrong, and go to
Sunday school there would not be such
crimes committed.

We extend our most heart-felt sym

pathy to the bereaved mother and sis sisters
ters sisters and we truly 'hope that the boy

will repent and be prepared to meet

his God.

Our good sheriff will always be wel

come here and we extend our best

wishes for his future success 'In life.
These are the sentiments of all whom
I have talked with".

'Ydursery truly ; '"
' E. E. Perkins.

a copy, three lor za cents,
or more 5 cents per copy.


Those desiring copies of the big Il

lustrated special edition of the Star

nan AKta In ca m a of f Vi a RtfJ nffl nek nf

specifications, etc.. and superintend the tfce newsstand3 of the clty at 10 cents

... . ,, in cupr, niree lur o ceuis. ju ivu luia

seven per cent or tne contract ior tne

work. The communications were filed

for information

Bid of Ocala Banner for publishing

the minutes ner vear referred to a

I n -m ry a. f

more complete board of councllmen. econa-nana store nxiures. uive

rvi xt r TTmnn a I description and price, to nu soum

v. mm. m iuiii noo pivciii aiiu i

explained an ordinance which Mr

Weihe had Introduced, which was to

confirm the sale of the old gas com

pany to the new owners, Mr. R. S.

Hall and his associates. The ordinance

was referred to the judiciary commit


Lime street.


A Lincoln, Neb., girl writes. "I had

been ailing for some time with chronic
constipation and stomach trouble. I

On motion the salary of the mayor began taking Chamberlain's Stomach

for six months which had not been and Liver Tablets and In three days I

paid, was ordered paid. was able to be up and get better right

All bills properly approved were or- along. I am the proudest girl in Lin

dered Daid. after beinsr read in detail. I coin to find such a good medicine.

Meat and Milk Inspector Counts For sale by all druggists

made his monthly report.

The- democrats at Baltimore fought
it out in the open. Now they can
shake hands and all go to work for
the. success of the party.

When they started in on the forty forty-sixth
sixth forty-sixth ballot, most of the Underwood
delegates said, "Alabama (here we
rest).' and chased themselves for Wil Wilson.

Underwood has proven himself a
gentleman, a statesman and, after
Wilson, democracy's best man. The
Star will take great pleasure In sup supporting
porting supporting him for the presidency in

CoL II. "S. Chubb, the benevolent
despot of the Florida republican ma machine,
chine, machine, has returned from a trip thru
the north and west. Mr. Chubb says
Taft will win. Of course, of course;
but we would like to know if the genial
despot is placing any bets.

Bryan Is the democratic Warwick;
and If you don't believe that Warwick
was all right, just read Bulwer Bulwer-Lytton's
Lytton's Bulwer-Lytton's "Last of the Barons."

We hope they broke the news gently
to Marse Henry Watterson.


Q. E. Winter Is raising corn on his
place west of town this year which he
claims will shell a quart to the ear.
Misses Catherine Gaines and Hilda
Budd left this morning to attend the
summer session of Fairmont College,
Monteagle. Tenn.
Albert Bragdon and Boyce Williams,
.who .have been visiting relatives in
Georgia and North Carolina, returned
home this morning.
- Mrs. F. P. Webster and Master
Frank Webster returned Monday
morning from a visit to friends and
relatives In Kentucky.
D. E. Davidson has moved the house
formerly occupied by him as a resi residence
dence residence to the rear of his lot to front on
Magnolia street, opposite R. M. Ru Ru-'pard'a.
'pard'a. Ru-'pard'a. V. a Cuttle and'son of Chicago have
arrived and are stopping at Rev. W
R. Newell's as a result of an article
published In a musical paper last win winter.
ter. winter. --V
Rev. W. R. Newell returned Satur Saturday
day Saturday night from an extended trip thru
the north and west.

"Dollar Day.

The finance committee made its re

port, which was read and adopted. The

report Is as follows:
Report of Flaanoe Committee Committee-Collected
Collected Committee-Collected by city tax collector
as follows:

Taxes $ 69.00

Licenses 27.40

collected by marshal, fines po- I Merchants Cafe, A. C. L. depot err

lice court 324.60 ner. Meals a la carte and lunches at

Pound fees 53.001 any hour.

Lodging prisoners 1.00


One small 10M capacity, portable

sawmill complete and timber for sale
Apply or write Nathan Mayo, Summer Summer-field,
field, Summer-field, Fla.


Sale of confiscated concealed

weapons 12.40

Collected by city clerk as follows:

Electric light collections 2435.92

Electric light supplies 60.91




Tax redemptions
Market and house rent
Fines, street department
Paving assessments ...
Milk licenses





Total $3513.74

The following amounts have
been disbursed during June,

Regular salaries $ 267.00

Mr. W. R. Smith and T. F. Kimball,

piano tuners and rebuilders, are in the

city for a few days. They come high highly
ly highly recommended. Mr. W. R. Smith is

a fine tuner and carries everything

necessary to rebuild any piano or or-

;an. Any one wanting first class

work will miss a good opportunity by
not having them to examine their
pianos. Their references are John A.

Cunningham. Jacksonville, Fla., Stein-

way & Son, New York, and from the
leading musicians of the country.
Phone 133, Florida House and on of
these gentlemen will call and give you
an estimate on your piano. Examina Examination
tion Examination free.


Marion Camp No. 56, U. C. V. met In

regular session July 2. 1912. The com commander
mander commander being absent. Vice Commander
W. E. McGahagin presided. After

prayer by General H. W. Long, the
following members answered to roll
call: Alfred Ayer, J. L. Beck, J. H.
Brooks. M. T. W. Christian, R. J.
Evans. M. P. Frink, H. W. Henry, R.
A. Kelsey. H. N. Knoblock, T. D. Lan Lancaster,
caster, Lancaster, H. W. Long, K. W. Nance. E.
W. McDonald. John Pasteur, I. C.
Stevens, C. C. Stephens.
Minutes of 'last: meeting read and
approved. -' 1 r.-
Treasurer Lancaster offered the fol following
lowing following preamble and resolution, which

was read and adopted: - --
Whereas, at the regular meeting
April 2. 1912, the treasurer was in instructed
structed instructed to Issue a circular requesting
each peensioner to contribute give dol dollars
lars dollars and all others who may wish to
contribute as much as they wish to a
monument being erected In Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville to teh women of the Confederacy;
Whereas, our adjutant being sick at
that time and failed to record the
minutes properly relative to the above
with other dlscrepencies; and
Whereas, our treasurer has gone
forward and issued the circular as in instructed;
structed; instructed; and
Whereas, we find It burdensome
and impractible, we hereby revoke
that order and Instruct our treasurer
to tender to those who have contri contributed
buted contributed under that- order more than
their share, whatever amount they

wish refunded.
Hen. H. W. Long offered an amend amendment
ment amendment to our constitution which was
read and adopted.
Treasurer Lancaster tendered his
resignation, which was layed on the
The meeting then adjourned.
Alfred Ayer, Adjutant.


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fl is making Americans f
m a "silk hnse narinn"







0 it has made possible 0
0 the luxury of silk hose 0

gf and the economy that f
p guaranteed durability if

0ww tm syyL

1 ne aennite fnocnix guar-

gp antee and the popular cost pi

The Great 111 ood Purifier and Xerve

Toalr, for Rheamatlnm, Kldaey aad
Bladder Trouble Price Sue.

Dr. Llvlnaraton'a Dlmpepclae Powder.

for Indigestion and Stomach Trou Trouble
ble Trouble Price 50 Ceata

I Dr. Livingston1 Golden Catarrh Balm,

for Catarrh of the Head, Hay
Fever of Catarrhal Xatare.
Price 50 Cent

Tee Remedle Can Alwaya be Foaad

at the Court Pharmacy, Ocala, Fla.


On account of needing floor space

for other purposes, one fine new piano

and one $450 Haines Bros, in good con condition.
dition. condition. Both bargains and must be

sold at once. W. W. Condon. d6t wit



g enjoy the daily use of this gf Telegraph company
i soft, shimmering hosiery.

0 It is made from nnest p
g quality pure-dye silk, ab- gf
iff solutely devoid of artificial l

0 '-loading" or "weighting f



75c pair 4 pair box $3

H Men. gl
H 50c nair 4 pair box $2

GttarMtaao1 thraa awth

For Sale at

today, the Western I'nion

has reduced the

o liranrord. Kort

Myers, Fort Tierce, Live Oak, Madison,

Punta Gorda and twenty-three other
points in Florida and to Elackshear.
Brunswick. Valdosta. Waycross and
fifty-three other points In Georgia.


Certificates for the unpaid city tax
for the year 1911 have been placed in
ray hands for collection and every per person
son person who has not paid the tax on real
property within the city is hereby no notified
tified notified to call at my office at once and
pay the same and thereby save trouble
and additional costs.
Carlos L. Sistrunk. City Attorney.


Notice Is hereby given that on the
20th of August. A. D. 1912, the city
council of the city of Ocala, Marlon
county, Florida, will considen bids for
the paving with vitrified brick, that
portion of Fort Kin-r -avenue, in the
city of Ocala, to-wit: Beginning with

the intersection of said avenue on the
west side of Main street, running
thence east three thousand eight hun hundred
dred hundred and forty-one feet, containing ap approximately
proximately approximately eleven thousand nine
hundred and fifty square yards.
Said bids to be sealed and filed with
the clerk of the city of Ocala at least
five days priir 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.

fRenort of Dr. E. Van Hood, presi

dent of the City Board of Health.1
Ocala, Fla.. to the Woman's Club,

April, 1S12.J

Madam President and Women of the

Club: The Ocala Board of Health Is
nleased to aeain cooperate with the

Woman's Club In its effort to fore

stall disease and to deal with allied


The subject under discussion this

year Is: Inspection; and Is divided for

convenience Into three parts or under

three heads:

One. Inspection of persons.
Two. Inspection of things.
Three. Inspection of places.

Persons are inspected for contagious

diseases and physical defects which

may render them Incompetent. These

are the main things in the examination

of the school children.

Places dwellings. hospitals and

prisons as having a permanent popu

latlon. The board of health cannot
forget the commendable effort you

made three years ago in the way of a

house to house" Inspection of prem

ises. It was a move In the right direc

Inspection of stores, shops and of

flees as having persons living In them

from ten to twelve hours a day.

This club has entered a wedge by

getting a consideration of a weekly

half-holiday and other privileges for

clerks an arrangement that meant
much to the girls and entailed no loss

either director Indirect on the store

Inspection of schools, theaters and

public buildings. Our present school
building Is altogether inadequate and
the club recognizing the fact has gone
courageously to work to remedy this

by starting a fund looking toward the
construction of a building that will
compare at least favorably with our

JaiL (Pardon comparison.)

Inspection of things. Under this
head comes food, air and water. A
member of your club in company with

a representative of the Marion County
Hospital and two members of the

board of health looked carefully over

the market and fruit stands -and the

failure to have a bill passed In 1910
making it obligatory for fruit venders
to keep certain articles screened or
otherwise protected from dust, flies,
etc., was not your fault.
All food, especially meat, milk and

fruit should be so protected and kept
tinder such conditions as to Insure
purity. The recent appointment by
the city council of an Inspector gives
promise of something being done along
this line soon.
It is worthy of note and commenda commendation
tion commendation that the Ocala Heights Dairy (the
Camp dairy) which began operations
in 1911 Is well nigh Ideal producing
high grade milk and cream for its cus customers.
tomers. customers. ;As a proof of their sincerity,
they Invite inspection and examina examination.
tion. examination. ';
The Pyles dairy also well deserves
honorable mention.
The inspection of our drinking wa water
ter water is a matter of utmost Importance.

The franchise of the present water

company will expire In 1915 and It is

to be hoped for the welfare of our city

that some radical changes will be


There are at least three sources of

water supply that are available, viz:
artesian well (the kind now used).
Silver Springs and the Oklawaha river.
Samples of these waters could be sent

to an expert chemist who might devise
chemical or other means of treating

them, rendering them palatable and

The air we breathe should be safe

guarded from smoke, foul gases and

odors that are offensive and delerter
lous to health.

The drainage question touches both

air and water and either or both may

be seriously polluted If sewage is Im Improperly
properly Improperly disposed of. Our state board

of health is trying to secure a compe

tent civil engineer whose services can

be had at a reasonable cost to super

vise or give expert opinion on matters

pertaining to water supply, drainage.

etc.. In all Florida towns.
Louis Pasteur says that the "para

sitic or germ disease will soon disap

pear from the world." His prophecy
is coming true. In the horizon of

health-advance it is daybreak every

where. The victory over smallpox and

cholera is won in most countries. Ty
phoid Is fast decreasing and tuber

culosis Is on the wane. Let us Imagine
for a moment a land free from cholera.

yellow fever, leprosy and plague. Such

a mental feat is easily possible be

cause those diseases do not prevail

within reach of our observation. The

fact that three out of every thousand

persons in India die yearly from plague

is not distressing to us In America.

Let us, however, prefigure a land free

from blood poisoning and tetanus:
where there is no measles, scarlet

fever or whooping cough; where no

diphtheria, pneumonia or consumption
is found. Such a paradise on earth is
sure to come and in it children will be

born without a handicap of disease
and will develop into normal, efficient

men and women. For health-advance
to become effective, we need the active
cooperation of every man, women and

child In every community. Ignorance,

apathy and sometimes even hostility

of the large mass of our fellow citizens
are the main hinderances to health re reform.
form. reform. Let me quote the -words of an

eminent engineer: "Sanitation must

cease to represent the rule of a super
ior caste, and must spring sponta

neously from the will of an educated,
enlightened people." Until that. day
draws near we must continue to ad

vocate the application of standards
which shall regulate the degree, the

quality and the quantity of health in

spection services.
Respectfully submitted,
E. Van Hood,

President City Board of Health.
Bibliography: C. B. Ball, health of officer,
ficer, officer, Chicago, Florida Health Notes.

The friends of Mr. Tom Brlgman. a
well known young man of Sumtervllle.
have Just found out that he was mar married
ried married three months ago to Miss Carrie
Swain, a young lady from Claxton, Ga.
Miss Swain last winter visited at the
Brigman home at Sumterville. and
when it came time for her to return
home Tom accompanied her as far as
Jacksonville, where they were quiet quietly
ly quietly married. The bride continued her
trip home to Claxton. Ga.. and Tom re returned
turned returned to Sumterville, keeping his
secret until Sunday when he left for
Claxton, where he and his young wife
will make their home.


Merchants' Cafe, A. C L. depot cor cor-ner.
ner. cor-ner. Meals a la carte and lunches at
any hour.

"Dollar Day.

Report of Phyaleal Examination mt
School Children) by Oealn Payal Payal-claaa
claaa Payal-claaa April, 1912
Number of children examined. .. .211
Robust, approximately 20 per cent.;
average, C5; frail, 11; anemic. 9;
stunted growth, 8; overgrown. 1; scar scarlet
let scarlet fever. S; measles, 5; diphtheria.
11; whooping cough. 4; chicken pox,
60; normal eyes. 0; squint eyes. 8;
granular lids. 17; inflammation. 11; ab abnormal
normal abnormal eyes unclassified. 4; normal
hearing. 96; abnormal hearing, 4; nose
and throat normal. 25; nose and throat
catarrh. 33; diseased tonsils, 40; ade adenoids,
noids, adenoids, 24; Inflammation. 5; hookworms,
15; children protected by vaccination,
49. The sex seems to have some pre predisposing
disposing predisposing influence as shown by the
following table: Anemic boys and
girls were subject as 2 to 1 approx approximately;
imately; approximately; scarlet fever. 1 to 2; measles,
4 to 5; diphtheria, 1 to 4; squint. 1 to
2; granular lids. 2 to 1; -catarrh nose
and throat, 3 to 4; adenoids. 2 to 1. In
nearly all other diseases boys and girls
were nearly equally liable.


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When You Can't Find It Anywhere Else.
This remark is made in our store most every day by
PEOPLE WHO KNOW. Some new goods fast in:
Cheese, Roquefort, Gorgonzola, Camambert, Chester, Brie, rarme rarme-san,
san, rarme-san, Limburger, Peck's Club Chedder, Swiss tiheese. Club Cheeso

in medium ;anl large jars, rimento, welsh uaDbit, .sap sago, jj
Edami?"' Shipment Philadelphia Cream Cheese every ten days.:-

Liver Sausage with Truffles Puree de Fola Gras-for Sandwiches.
Pate de Foig Gras with Truffles, Sardines In Glass.1 Truffles.
Anchovy and Bloater Paste. Game Paste In Tubes. Puree of Game
In Tins. Caviar. Sardellen. Ring Anchovies. Capers. Dundee
Jame and Marmalade. Brands A-l Sause. Onion fSalt.
Pure Olive Oil and Wine Vinegar. Black Olives are more nutri nutritious
tious nutritious and delicious than ordinary green olives, because they are
full grown, ripe, and have gathered the beneficial elements and
properties of their entire growth. 25c. a bottle. Order today.
' ';
for use and cheaper than lemons, In bottles, 10c. and 25ci v -:?
KNORR'S BOUILLON CUBES. Perfection for Picnics; Fishing
Trips and Home Use. Place the cube In a breakfast cup and add
boiling water. Stir and you have a cup of excellent, invigorating
beef tea. 3c. a cube.
KNORR'S SOUP IN TUBES. Sufficient for Ave plates. Nothing
but water required, or preparation. Ready in a few minutes. 10c.
a tablet. .. ;
cup. Boil your water, and the coffee is ready. Perfection for
Picnics, Fishing Trips and Home Use. 25 cups to the tin, 40c.
SUMMER DRINKS: Lemon Juice, Apple Juice, Carbonated Ap Apple
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make for soundness md satisfactory bank service.


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Notice Is hereby given that on the
10th day of July, A. D. 1912. the under undersigned
signed undersigned will apply to the governor of
the state of Florida for letters patent
on the following proposed charter.
Joseph Bell,
R. C. Muncaster.
It. R. CarrolL
The undersigned hereby associate
ourselves together for the purpose of
creating a corporation for profit under
and -by virtue of the laws of the state
of Florida.
The name of the corporation shall be
Muncaster & Bell, and the principal
place of business of the corporation
Muncaster & Bell, shall be at Ocala, in
, Marion county, Florida, but it shall
have power and authority to open, es establish,
tablish, establish, operate or maintain branch of offices
fices offices in other cities and counties of the
state of Florida, and in other state of
the United States of America and for foreign
eign foreign countries, as it shall deem nec necessary
essary necessary or expedient.
The general "nature of the business
to be transacted by the corporation
shall be to conduct and operate a gen general,
eral, general, real estate and insurance agency
and business. In its own behalf and as.
agents Tor other persons ana corpora
tlons, and shall have power and au authority
thority authority to purchase, acquire, hold, own,
sell, convey, mortgage, obligate, lease
and exchange real estate and personal
property of every kind and description,
including stock In other corporations;
to conduct and transact a general in insurance
surance insurance agency and business, including
therein the writing and effecting of all
lines of insurance, and writing of sure surety
ty surety bonds; to do and transact a general
real estate and rent collecting busi business;
ness; business; to make loans of money in Its
own behalf and as agents for other
persons and corporations and in gen general
eral general to have and enjoy all authority
and power as Is incident and necessary
to the nroner transacting and carrying
on of the business of the corporation.
and to have and entov all rights, now
ers and privileges and immunities of
corporations for profit, formed under
the laws of Florida.
The amount of capital stock of the
onrnnratinn shall be five thousand dol
lars, (5.000) divided into fifty shares of
the par value of one hundred dollars
each, and the same shall be payable in
monev. real and personal property, la
hfr and rvirts. at a Just valuation to
be fixed by the board of directors of
said corporation, an.i snau ne iuuy
paid ana non-assessable.
1 . at
The corporation shall exist for nine
ty-nine years.
The business of the corporation shall
be conducted by. a president, a vice
president, a secretary and a treasurer
and a board of not less than three
directors. The office of president and
treasurer or the office of secretary and
treasurer may be held and filled by one
and the-same person. The directors
shall be elected by the stockholders at

men. professional
The bank's profits
of our town and

not only
Speedy Remedy for Sore Eye.
each annual meeting. All other officers
of the corporation shall be elected by
the directors at such times and for
such terms as shall be. provided by Ihe
by-laws of the corporation.
The annual meeting of the corpora corporation
tion corporation shall be held at the office of the
corporation at Ocala, Florida, on the
first Tuesday after the first Monday 1n
January of each year, and until the
election and qualification of the offic officers
ers officers of the corporation, the business of
trie corporation shall be conducted by
the following officers:
Joseph Bell, president.
R. It. Carroll, vice president.
R. C. Muncaster, secretary and treas
The highest amount of Indebtedness
or liability to which the corporation
may at any one time subject itself
shall be five thousand dollars.
The names and residences of the in-
corporators of the corporation and the
amount of capital stock subscribed by
eacn are as follows:
Names Residence Shares
Joseph Bell, Ocala. Fla 10
It. C Muncaster, Ocala. Fla 10
R. R. Carroll, Ocala. Fla 1
In witness whereof, the said incor incor-pbrators
pbrators incor-pbrators have hereunto subscribed 'our
names this June 4th, 1912.
Joseph Bell.
R. C. Muncaster.
R. R. Carroll.
State of Florid.
County of Marion.
Before the undersigned authority
personally came Joseph Bell. R. C.
Muncaster and R. R. Carroll, to me well
known to be the individuals described
in and who executed the foregoing
proposed cnarter and articles or in
corporation, and they severally ac
xnowiedged oerore me that they ex executed
ecuted executed the same for the purposes there
in set tortn anu expressed.
itness my hand and official seal
this 4th day or June, A. D. 1912.
S. T. Sistrunk.
Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla.
(Seal of Clerk Circuit Court
Marion County, F' 'a).
PHO.VE 290
Baggage, Freight, Pianos, Furniture
and Safes a Specialty. Careful and
Prompt Attention Given All Orders


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"Dollar Day.1
Eagles meet this evening.
Masons meet tomorrow evening.
Moose meet tomorrow night.
School books at the Ocala New3 Co.
"Dollar Day."
Miss Legie Elitch
at Keuka.
Is visiting friends
Dr. A. I Illaloek, phjulrlaa, office
phoae No. 132.
We regret to say that Mr. Jim San Sanders
ders Sanders is no better today.
"Dollar Day.
Mr. Chas. J. Phillips paid a business
visit to Inverness today.
Mrs. M. I Reynolds and baby are
visiting relatives at Cotton Plant.
Mr. Ned Anthony is again with the
Ocala fire department.
The Ocala News Company has school
books in stock.
Supervisor of Registration D. M.
liarco of Martel was in town today.
FOR RENT Offices In Holder build build-Ing.
Ing. build-Ing. Apply to Davis & Martin.
Miss Esther Ley has returned from
a visit to her sister in Tampa.
The latest In powder puffs, Just in.
at the Court Pharmacy.
Charlie Beck has taken a position
with the J. L. Smith Co.
Pleasant furnished rooms for light light-housekeeping.
housekeeping. light-housekeeping. 8 Oklawaha avenue. S IS
Miss Miriam Pasteur left this morn morning
ing morning for a summer visit to New York.
Miss Minnie Stovall was expected
home from Kentucky today.
Mr. R. C. Muncaster will leave
morrow for a visit to Savannah.
Cuticle and Manicure scissors, the
best that's made, at the Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. Mrs. Wm. E. Sinclair and grandson
have returned from their visit to the
east coast.
"Dollar Day."
Is it stationery you want? Then go
to the Court Pharmacy, for they have
Mr. Landis Blitch of Blitchton is at attending
tending attending the B. Y. P. V. meeting in
Lake City.
You can save money by purchasing
second-hand and rebound books at the
Ocala News Co.
"Dollar Day."
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Coulter of Blitch Blitchton
ton Blitchton are rejoicing over the arrival of a
daughter at their home.
WANTED A flr elans marhlnlnt at
once. Apply to the Ocala Han Eagtae
The J. L. Smith Grocery Company
will celebrate the Fourth all day to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. "Dollar Day."
FOR SALE One team or Horses and
wagon. Apply to the Woodmar Sand
& Stone Company.
Masters' store will be closed all day
tomorrow, and proprietors and clerks
will celebrate the nation's birthday.
Alma Zada Face Powder Is the best
we have to offer at 50c. the box. The
Post Office Drug Stores.
Robert Polly came in from his saw
mill today, to see his friends and have
his facial alfalfa mowed.
"Dollar Day.
Mrs. J. A. Campbell and daughter.
Mrs. Hazel Foy, went to Mount Dora
this afternoon.
Rexall Cold Tablets do the work.
Can give you the formula if you like.
25c. the package at the Post Office
Drug Store.
Mrs. W. K. Zewadski and Mrs. R. A.
Burford went down to the lake today.
o join the house party.
"Dollar Day.
Keep a smile on your face during
this wet weather by using Dikes
Peroxide Cream at the Court Pharm Pharmacy.
acy. Pharmacy. Tom Pasteur, the accommodating
and efficient young teller of the Ocala
National Bank, went to the lake this
FOR SALE A return ticket to
Washington, D. C, time limit July 13.
Price. $12. Circumstances prevent
using same. Apply at Star office.
Jesse Neely, who was in town from
SummerfieM today, said that lively
town has the pipes laid for a large.
round Fourth tomorrow evening.
WANTED To repair, upholster or
refinish your furniture. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Ocala Auto Top Co.. at
McAteer's shop.
"Dollar Day."
The members of the Ocala Metro
politan Band left this afternoon via
the Ocala Northern for Palatka. for
whose people they will furnish music
on the Fourth.
The Court Pharmacy Is on the job
Let them know your wants by tele
phone and then your trouble ends.
Phone 284
"Dollar Day.'
The people on the heights In the
southwestern part of the city are
quite Indignant over the sufferings of
two young dogs, who their owner has
chained together In a manner that
makes them torture each other to an
extent that gets on the nerves of the
neighbors. Perhaps the owner does
not intend to be cruel, but doesn't un
derstand dogs. At any rate, his neigh
bors are going to appeal to the au
thorities if he doesn't amend his
treatment of the dogs.
"Dollar Day.


In order to give as many of its peo
ple as possible a chance to celebrate,
the Star will go to press at 11 o'clock
tomorrow, so if you have an advertise
ment you wish published, send it in
On account of the diqerences be between
tween between the chief, the council and the
fire committee, the Ocala Fire Depart Department
ment Department is without a chief. Chief Cham Chambers
bers Chambers has resigned and the 'assistant
chief. George Chambers, his son. left a
few days ago for the west to recuper recuperate
ate recuperate his health. One of the regular men
ouits tonight and another is on thela
sick liL I
Hamo Chambers has made Ocala the
best fire chief the city has had since
a. naid donartmont was organized, and
it is to be much regretted that a few
trivial matters have been the cause of
his resigning.
At the meeting of Tulula Lodge, I.
O. O. F.. last night the foollowing of
were installed to serve for the!
next six months:
Noble Grand A. M. Lansford.
Vice Grand R. V. Hendricks.
Secretary W. L. Colbert.
Treasurer J. H. Benjamin.
R. S. X. G. M. M. Little.
L. S. X. G J. H. Dunn.
Warden G. L Taylor.
Conductor J. F. Thompson,
Chaplain W. IL Coleman,
R. a S. R. C. Murphy.
I S. S. F. C. Goodwin.
1. G. W. C. Rlanchard
O. G. L, E. Yonce.
R. S. V. G. I F. Ballard.
U S. V. G. P. V. Leavengood
Mr. Abram Slott was given the third I
degree, which admits him to full mem
The reproduction of Longfellow's
poem, Evangeline, last night, was so
good that It will be again shown at the
Air Dome this evening. Besides this.
there will be three other fine subjects.
The prizes for tonight will be a pair
of silk hose, a box of candy and a one-
dollar bill.
The program will be as follows:
"The Eternal Mother."
"A Reformed Santa Claus." A very
exciting and touching subject, taken
in a mining town.
"The Peacemaker." One of the best
western subjects of. the year. Some
thing doing all the time.
ke I
The Katzenjammer Kids will
shown Thursday night, and on this
night a handsome watch will be given
Ringside returns of the Flynn-John-
son fight will be received at the Air
Dome, July 4th, beginning at 3 p. m.
uooa order: gooa music: ladies may
attend. Admission 25 cents.
All new stock, new building, good lo
cation. IL A. Kramer.
"Dollar Day.
Miss Rexie Hinman of Brooklyn. N.
Y.. arrived this afternoon for a visit to
the Misses
Pyles and Miss Ophelia
FOR RENT The Bell residence. 198
East Adams street; two-story, seven
rooms and bath. Apply to Joseph Bell,
Orders have been received in Ocala
to report the Stuckey-Shreck bout by
rounds to the big daily papers. Ocala
sports are going to see It first hand.
"Dollar Day.
Mr. Charles S. Cullen has been in
Ocala so long and so closely identified
with our best citizenship, that we had
all forgotten that he was a British
subject. He has now taken steps to
become one of Uncle Sam's citizens.
Uncle Sam In general and Ocala in I
particular will be glad to have him.
"Dollar Day.
Mr. R A. Weathers is horn from his
visit tn Vw Ynrlr ITa wa acfnm-
nantod hv his snn Paul. a. stu1n of
Amherst, and a social favorite in
"Dollar Day.
Mrs. T. H. Keating and daughter.
Miss Edna, after a pleasant visit to
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Keating In this
city, have returned to their home at
"Dollar Day.
Mr. Harry Palmer, who has been
quite sick with fever the last day or
so. is recovering. He is at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Zewadski.
Mrs. W. M. Ogden. who has been so
critically ill at the residence of Mrs.
G. A. Nash for the past four weeks.
has been improving since Sunday, and
as soon as she is able to stand the
trip, Mr. Ogden will take her back to
We take pride In our prescription
department and It Is our earnest desire
to give you just what your doctor
wants you to have. In the purest and I
freshest drugs obtainable. Send or
phone the Court Pharmacy.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. H. Lloyd, Mr. and
Mrs. Harvey Clark and little daughter.
Frances, and Mrs. Frank Harrij went
to the lake this afternoon, where they
have leased Mr. J,
for two months.
G. Lege's residence
When In Jacksonville stop with Mrs.
E. L. Maloney. at the Girard No U
East Duval street, just off Main.
75c. room In the city.
"Dollar Day.
Fretful babies need the comforting
effect of M GEE S BABY ELIXIR. It
quiets feverishness, corrects sour
stomach, cures colic pains and checks
t wH n.m.'y T f- I r o rvaafoMr oaf A ft 1
wholesome remedy, containing no
""SS; iVllTZ'
tie. Sold by all druggists.
to top
WANTED To get your au
work; made new or recovered; backs.
in:hinna el irk unvert hnnda tp Satis
faction guaranteed. Ocala Auto Top
Co., at McAteer s shop.
"Dellar Day.
For summer diarrhoea In children al
ways give Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy and castor oil.
and a speedy cure Is certain. For
sale by all dealers.

sttckevs corr xnTTi scheck

at the Temple
mih w Evemlaa;
The Stuckey-Scheck boxing exhibi exhibition
tion exhibition will occur at the Temple Theater
tomorrow evening, at 8:20 o'clock.
Tickets for the exhibition have been
printed uT.-i are "5 cents for gallery,
SI for pitrket and fi.?0 for reserved
seats. They are on sale"al"3
bars of the city, the Ocala House and
Court Pharmacy. Tn reserved seat
tickets, wherever bought, should be
reserved at the Court Pharmacy.
Stuckey is in fine trim and says ev every
ery every one who attends will get their
money's worth, as he intend? to put up
srai neni.
This young man, now barely twenty
Pne 'ea" of aSe- 13 developing rapid
hardening and gaining in skill and
experience and the Star thinks he has
a great future before him.
Moving pictures of Stuckey are be being
ing being shown each night at the Ideal
Wise old Mike Shreck. who will box
with Oscar Stuckey. the Marion coun-
ty giant at the Temple tomorrow eve
ning, arrived this afternoon and Is at
the Ocala House. Mr. Shreck is a big
man, but seems small beside Stuckey.
However, he has a good record and
much experience, and the fight is go going
ing going to be very lively and Interesting.
The Ideal had a full house last
night and the pictures and music
were much enjoyed by ail present.
The following excellent program will
be given this evening:
"A Brave Heart's Hidden Love." A
pretty Pathe drama.
-The Tide of Battle." A fine dra
matic subject by the Kalem company.
"A Lucky Mix-Up." A pure farce-
comedy which will give the people
material for many good laughs.
Thursday, July 4th, being a legal
holiday, the banks of the city will
close for business on that day.
The Ocala National Bank.
The Commercial Bank.
The Munroe & Chambliss Bank.
As officers will be absent later In
the month the regrular meeting of the
Dickison Chapter will be held the first
Friday instead of the second Friday
with Miss Edna Culverhouse at the
residence of Mrs. G." A. Carmichael at
4 p. m. Mrs. S. R. Whaley.
Per order of the President.
Yesterday afternoon the Boy Scouts
held their regular weekly meeting at
the Air Dome. Some very Important
matters were taken up and the foun
dation was laid for two baseball teams.
The boys will start this afternoon in
their training and it is expected that
they will challenge some of the other
young teams in the state as soon as
they are in good trim.
The two teams that are out after
new members for their nines are com
posed of the following boys, and just
to look at the names will assure ever)
one that every boy in Ocala that is not
at work will soon be a scout and on
one of the two teams:
Team No. 1. Hansel Leavengood,
captain; Jack Galloway. Jake Gold-
j man, Fred Keller, Laurie Benjamin,
Nelson Dosh and Edward Howell.
Team No. 2. Morris Osborne, cap
tain; Pat Gillen, Hugh Thomas, Paul
Brinson, Georse Williams, George
Feltham and Dexter rhillips.
As the other boys come out they will
be added to one or the other of the
two teams. Practice starts this after
noon at 3 o'clock on the Magnolia
street diamond.
The Ocala News Co., G. W. Martin,
proprietor, has a large supply of coun
ty schools books on hand.
Five rooms and bath. Large, shady
yard witn. poultry nouses ana yaras.
I rOSSeSSlOTl given at Once,
"Cottage," care Star office.
There will be dancing at Silver
Springs pavilion tomorrow evening.
I The Ocala string band will furnish
I the music and all who attend will
I have a good time.
Lo?t, on the streets, a brass cap for
hub of auto wheel. Return to Dr. D.
Uj Smith.
Lord de la Ware Tomato -Soup
(rcaolar 10c size) per can 6c
I j ir n Ik 7f l
Star Dam per pound 18c
Large Bucket Cottolene. .$1.30
3 lbs. Tub Butter $1.00
Medium Bucket Cottolene 50c
3 pkgs. Jello a ad Ice Cream
Powder 25c
9 nlrno Inf An'c IaIIv Tlhlfc
a-ipiwu a -hj v
3 Sunbeam COITl FlakeS . 22C
3 cans 5c Gold Evaporated
Milk 10c
3 Dutch Cleanser.
.. .25c
3 Va CmpS Oomlny 25C
0 3 SiZC TOUiatOCS - 12C
Best Creamery Boiler per lb. 15c
-2 s. Grannlaled Sugar
lor -$1.00
14 lbs. Whole Grain Rice
lor $1.00
5 GallODS Oil 60C
Pkfl. Decker's Oatmeal 10c
Full Cream Cheese per lb... 20c

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1 $65 Dining Room Set, Table, Chairs and Closet, like new
1 Mahogany Parlor Set, 3 pieces, loose cushions, only ...2X3
1 Wicker Parlor Set, 6 pieces, good condition, only .... ...... 10. CO
1 6-hole Steel Range, with reservoir, good condition
1 Home-Made Desk and Book Case, glass doors, only .......... fLZ9
1 Second Hand Organ. $17. Another for only .... .... 22.C0
1 Phonograph, and 6 Records, only . 5.T3
1 used Graphophone and 5 Records. Bargain at only O.CO
1 used Graphophone and 8 Records, very cheap at ............
Lot of used Records, some good as new, at. ...... .SOr, 30c, 40e each
Graphophone Needles, soft tone, 200 for .10
Mosquito Canopies, Steel Frames, large size, f 1.00; for Iron beds,
SMITH'S, Back of Variety Store



JULY n. '

Following are the meteorological
conditions that prevailed during the
twenty-four hours up to sunset yester yesterday:
day: yesterday: '
Fair: southwest wind. "
Minimum temperature, 69 degrees.
Maximum temperature, 83 degrees.
Local showers tonight or Thursday.
Generally fair extreme south portion.
Ringside returns of the Flynn-John-
son fight will be received at the 'Air
Dome, July 4 th, beginning at 3 p. m.
Good order; good music; ladles may
attend.. Admission 25 cents.
Lest somewhere in the city Saturday,
an umbrella with Initials R C."
roughly cut on end of handle. If
found, please leave at this office.
At the meeting of the board of
trade held June 19th It was decided to
change the dues from $12 annually to
$25. and the secretary be instructed to
publish for thirty days.
R. C. Muncaster. Secy.
Mrs. Will Lee left the sanitarium
this morning.
Mr. G. S. Mcintosh from Rockwell
lft vesterdav.
Mrs. Harvey Smith will return to
her home at Oak in. a few days.
A little child who is at the sanitar-
ium from Center Hill, having Its eyes
treated, will leave the last of the
A straw vote taken among the
cuests of the Ocala House yesterday
resulted as follows: Wilson. 45; Taft.
11; Teddy. 10. All we need is to keep
un that nronortion in the nation.
A little boy whose father is an en
thusiastic member of the Woodmen
and Odd Fellows, says he will be a
Woodfellow when be grows up.
Men -Join fraternal orders to help
more than to be helped. A man
should never call on his lodge for help
unless he really needs it. His breth
ren won't let him suffer, but they get
sore on a man who wants a benefit ev
ery time his head aches.
The missionary society of the Chla-
tian church met with Mrs. C. E. Win
ston yesterday afternoon. A very In
structive and interesting
was given, the subject being mission
work In Mexico. After the meeting
refreshing fruit punch and cakes were
served and a very pleasant time spent
in social conversation.
Mr. H. C. Stevens leaves tonight for
Lake City, where he goes to attend
the B. Y. P. U. convention. It Is
matter of much pride and satisfaction
to Mr. Stevens as superintendent of
the Baptist Sunday school of Lake
land, to carry up a report of an at
48 r.nnii at Sunday school
last Snndav moraine and this Is the
summer season when many are away.
When the Sunday school elected Mr.
stpvn to this office they nut the
rieht man In the right place. He
creates and encourages interest In
Sunday school work and the results
are indeed most : gratifying. Lakeland
The greatest enemy of childhood
the tape worm. It destroys health and
undermines the constitution. The great
est enemy of Intestinal worms Is
removes the worms and helps the child
back to strength, vigor and cheerful
Price 25 cents per bottle. Sold
by all druggists.


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In compliment to Miss Elisabeth Da Davis
vis Davis of Ocala, and Miss Christine Han Hannah,
nah, Hannah, bf St. Petersburg, the attractive

house euestft' of Misa; Lebntine tfliM-wii

Baur, iruuey party was kiu. oit
Monday afternoon, the Jolly young;
people enjoying a- trip to Ortega.
Those invited to spend the after-,
noon with Miss Ramsaur and the hon-
orees. Misses Davis and Hannah, were

tiucue ttegisier, Anna unerson, vioia
r frY. r i a., y . :

ci in incus, juuurru einiiiiuns. vru ownu.
of Palatka; Lin Cartmol, Ruth Burns, Burns,-Erin
Erin Burns,-Erin Yonge, of Ocala; Mary Mente.
Lucile Camp, Lee Robinson. Winifred
Beckett. Anna Daniels, May Daniels,'
lectio. oivinBvn, jvainerwe .oomers, ie-
becca Somen, Ralph Simrrioni T and

T.- V. 1 .. w -'-, ,1'. T9

ncuucui iwiuaauii mi, j. v. Mim ill
saur chaperoned the melrry. crowl-
Times-Union. .
After enjoying a delightful outing.
camping on the banks of the Oklawa
ha river near Silver Springs, a congen
ial party of Jacksonville people re
turned to the city this week.
Enjoying the camp were Mr. and
Mrs. J. H Burroughs. Mr. and Mrs. B.
o. Tarver and daughter. Miss Beatrice
Tarver and Mra. A. Q. Thomposn. Mrs.
Thompson stopped In Mcintosh for
visit, while the others of the party
came direct to Jacksonville, 'Times-
1 Mr. Eawara xucaer, tne aistriDutor
I 01 Maxwell cars for tnis territory, nat
received a carload of the popular new
I lsiz moaeis. une 01 tnem is tne Mas-
cotte roadster, like Mr. B. N. Dosh re-
celved a short time ago. ana two are
I Mascotte touring cars like tha Pyle
I ana linages cars.
Miss Gladys Drake, who has been
here several days a guest, of her Aunt.
Mrs. Thomas Steven, left yesterday
for Tacoma, for a visit with Mra. W. C.
Smith, ere she returns to her home In
Ocala. Gainesville Sun
itoi. i'. 11. nous, airecior 01 ine
Florida Agricultural Experiment Sta
tion, has returned from a business trip
to Ocala and the Oklawaha, aectlon.
Gainesville Sun.
Miss Elizabeth Davis, who haa been
visiting Miss Leontlne Ramsaur in
Jacksonville for the past ten days, re returned
turned returned home today.
Mr. B. H. Seymour, who vacated hi

office In the Holder block a few day'
ago, has rented office room In the

front part of the Ocala News Stars.
Mr. J. A. Wiggins, an efficient young
I fireman, recently with the Gainesville
department. Is now with the Ocala firs
I fighters. His brother. E. V. Wiggins
has been with the Ocala department
for some time.
Mr. John Juhan was In the city to-
day, on nis way to uainesvtue. Mr.
I Junan, is flow tne leading am grist r
a I Crystal River.
I Mildred Hendricks, after, a
- h"01 plnt visit to tho Misses
1 uewey and her other Ocala rrienas,
I left this afternoon for her home In
I Jacksonville.
I Messrs. J. J. Gerlg. E. C. Bennett. R.
V. Curtis and Frank Harris. Jr., will
make an auto trip to Orlando tomor-
row to see Sanford and Orlando -play
Mrs. E. J. Smith came up from Ox

ford yesterday and will stay a few-

Is j weeks with her daughters. Mrs. B, F.
Borden and Mra A. P. Gllmore.
Mrs. Maude Horne and children and
her mother. Mrs. Edwards, left today
at noon for Wrlghtsvllle Beach, N. C.
where they will spend a few weeks
land will then go farther north for tha
rest of ths summer months.


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Ills dinner hour, after the formal Eng

lish fashion, nowhere and by nobody

more rigidly observed than by the
Englishman In the Orient; "eight for
eight-thirty," he had Bald. And as
O'Rourke, a very dignified and impos imposing
ing imposing O'Rourke in his evening dress,
waited for a sampan on the lower
grating of the Poonah's passenger
gangplank he had a round three-quarters
for an hour for leeway ample leis leisure
ure leisure for an Interested inspection of
that part of Rangoon lying between
the floating Jetty and Sypher's resi residence
dence residence in a suburb near Dalhousle
Danny remained aboard Ehip only

temporarily, being Instructed to follow
with O'Rourke's belongings to suitable
accommodations already engaged at a
hotel on the Strand, overlooking the
roadstead; from whose windows
O'Rourke was promising himself the
pleasure of watching the arrival of
the steamship bearing his wife to his
"Bless her dear face!" said he soft softly.
ly. softly. 'Tis meself will be desolated If
she's not aboard that Messagerles boat
due tomorrow new that I can go
back to her, a man of property, no
longer a pauper ne'er-do-well! Think
of that, ye lucky dog!"
A sampan slid noiselessly in beside

the grating. O'Rourke let himself cau cautiously
tiously cautiously into it and Incontinently col collapsed
lapsed collapsed upon the rear seat as the boat
slid away toward the shore lights,
yielding to the vigorous sweeps of the
single long oar wielded by the Bur Bur-man
man Bur-man in the bows.
Ashore, a tikkagharry caught him
up and bore him down the silent road
that winds between the Strand and
the river's edge, then whipped Into
Mogul street, where the fluent tide
of life ran broad and deep beneath a

All too quickly the tikka whisked
out of the main channel of the city's
life, out beyond the Mohammedan
mosque and the Chettl's hall and the

Christian chapel, and into the soft,
dense night of the countryside a
world of darknessparsely studded with
dim, glowing windows; and all too
soon, again, it swung off from the
highway Into a private drive, crunched
over gravel and stopped before the
illuminated veranda of a native bun bungalow.
galow. bungalow. O'Rourke got down, discharged the
driver and ascended the steps, a little
puzzled to find no one waiting to wel welcome
come welcome him, whether Sypher, Miss Pyn Pyn-sent,
sent, Pyn-sent, or at worst a servant. Surely
he was expected. . But nobody
appeared. The grating tires of the
departing tikkagharry had made noise
enough to apprise the household of

the arrival of a guest, one would think.
Nevertheless O'Rourke remained un un-greeted.
greeted. un-greeted. He stroked his cbin, perplexed, won wondering
dering wondering if by mischance the native
driver had brought him to the wrong
bungalow. But It was now too late to
call him back and make sure. And

this verandah, still and empty as it
was, softly lighted by lanterns depend dependent
ent dependent from Its roof, was to him a small
oasis in a world of darkness. With Without
out Without advice he was lost, could find his
way no other where. He would have
simply to wait until the house-,
hold came to life, or until by his own
efforts he succeeded In quickening it.
He tried to do this latter to the
best of his ability by tapping a sum summons
mons summons on the door-jamb. Through the
wire Insect-screens a broad hallway
and a staircase rising to the upper
floor were visible. Limp, cool-looking
rugs conceived in pleasing color color-schemes
schemes color-schemes protected the hardwood floor flooring.
ing. flooring. To the right a door stood ajar
and permitted a broad shaft of light
to escape from the room beyond. On
the other hand a similar door, like likewise
wise likewise open, showed a dimmer glow.
Two other doors were closed;
O'Rourke assumed that they led to
the kitchen offices.
Having waited a few moments with without
out without event, the Irishman knocked a sec second
ond second time, and would have knocked a
third when he thought better of It
and glanced at his watch. It was only
a matter of ten minutes after eight;
strictly interpreting the intent of
Sypher's invitation, he was a trifle

up me tent ana aecamp Derore tne in inhabitants,
habitants, inhabitants, if any there be, discover
me and run me off the premises.
But at the head of the steps, with
foot poised to descend, something re restrained
strained restrained him: It would be difficult to
sav -rhat, unless It were the unbroken,
steadfast, uncanny quiet. Til have a
look," he determined suddenly; "per "per-haps
haps "per-haps .
He turned to the right and stopped
before a long, open window, looking
into what seemed to be a music room
and library combined. Brilliantly il illuminated
luminated illuminated by hanging Jamps of un unusual
usual unusual brilliancy, the interior was clear clearly
ly clearly revealed. And with an abrupt ex exclamation
clamation exclamation the adventurer entered, feel feeling
ing feeling for the revolver, to carry which
had of late become habitual with him.
The room was simply furnished, if
tastefully. There was a grand piano
near the veranda windows with a mu music
sic music rack and cabinet near by. Dis Dispersed
persed Dispersed about the floor were a few com comfortable
fortable comfortable chairs, a rug of rare Orien

tal texture, two consoles adorned with
valuable porcelains. In the middle of
the room stood a draped center-table
littered with books and magazines; to toward
ward toward the back along, flat-topped desk.
And against the rear wall, ordinarily
hidden by a folding screen of Japan Japanese
ese Japanese manufacture, now swept aside,
was a small steel safe. Upon this
O'Rourke's attention was centered.
He remarked that It looked new and
very strong; It was open, disclosing
a variety of pigeonholes more or less
occupied by docketed documents, and
a smaller Interior strong-box.
Between the desk and the safe a man

lay prone and quite motionless. He
was dressed for a ceremonious dinner,
and apparently had been struck down
in the act of stepping from his desk
to the safe. For beyond all doubt he
had been murdered. The haft of a
knife protruded from his back, burled
to its hilt just beneath his left shoulder-blade.
O'Rourke moved over to the body
and lifted It by the shoulders, turn turning
ing turning the face to the light. Then, with
a low oath, he dropped It
A small sound, so slight as to be all
but Indistinguishable, penetrated

O Rourke s stupefaction. He stood
erect, lcoklng about, telling himself
that the noise resembled as much as
anything the hushed cry of a child
sobbing in sleep, soft and Infinitely
pathetic. Unable to assign its source
elsewhere, he attributed it to the
stricken man at his feet; and In a des desperate
perate desperate hope thai; the pulse of life
might still linger it Sypher's body, he
knelt, withdrew the knife, turned the
corpse upon its back, and laid his ear
to its breast, above the heart. Be Beyond
yond Beyond dispute, Syphr was dead.

"Poor divvle!" muttered the Irish

man. . "The Pool of Flame!

Marjory's Little


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Beyond All Doubt, He Had Been Mur Murdered.
dered. Murdered. early. Presumably the servants "were
all out of earshot, preoccupied with
preparations for the meal; while
Sypher and his niece were most prob probably
ably probably still dressing.
With .an 'Impatient air 'O'Rourke
turned back to the veranda. A ham hammock
mock hammock in one corner was swinging idly
In the breeze. A number of wicker
armchairs stood about. Invitingly fur furnished
nished furnished with cushions. O'Rourke se selected
lected selected one and disposed himself to
After five minutes he frowned
thoughtfully and lit a cigarette.
"Faith, 'tis a fine surprise he's giv given
en given me," he said, irresolute. "But it
can't be premeditated insult. Why
should It be? And they can't all be
out. 'Tia sorry I am I let that driver
go; more than likely- this will be the
wrong house entirely. That must be
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"Do you honestly and truly think It's
good, girls? Are you positive you are
not flattering me? asked Marjory of
her literary society, known as "The
"It's splendid, answered Nan, de decidedly.
cidedly. decidedly. "Just dear, added Ted.
"It's too cute for anything, said
"I consider It a strong story, even
If I say so myself, said Mrs. Morse,
Mildred's slater, while the other four
girls added evidence of their appre appreciation
ciation appreciation of Marjory's literary ability.
"I've read It and reread It so many
times myself that I can't judge, but
I am glad you girls like It Mother
said: 'By all means send It to the pa paper,
per, paper, my child,' but mother has known
me so many years that she Is In In-clined
clined In-clined to be partial to anything I do,
from Irish crochet lace to writing
"Brother Bob says that he has read
many poor stories in his day, but 'this is
the worst.' He advises me to save the
money I spend in paper, envelopes.

stamps and typewriting and send It
to some poor, worthy family. He says
Uncle Sam's mall department should
not be compelled to carry such litera literature.
ture. literature. But Bob Is no critic He was
cross, anyway, when I read it to him,
because the laundry failed to return
his pet white vest in time for Violet's

dinner dance. I don't care what he

says,' if you girls really like it.

I. love it, said Ted. -If you don't

send that story to a magazine. Mar

ory Morton, I'll never speak to you

again. Any editor with good judgment

will eagerly grasp it."

'Well, you girls know what you

know. If you Insist, it goes. All hold

your breath, and, if it Is accepted, I'll

treat you girls to a fine luncheon.'

Ten days later Marjory burst into

Mildred's house with: "Mildred 1 Mil

dred Morton Morse! Come! Oh, the

grandest thing! Gorgeous

'What Is the matter? Are you en

gaged? Who is the man? Tell me

quickly, and stop screaming.'

'My story has been accepted. I

just received a check for ten dollars.
I'm an authoress. Behold me. your

sister, Marjory Morton! My same In

print! Wonderful! I could Just hug

that beautiful editor! I'll 'phone the
girls and tell the news."

'Don't forget the promised lunch

eon," said Mrs. Morse. 1

"That's so," answered Marjory. "Why

did I make such a rash promise? "Ah,

pity tl3 'tis true.'

"We've made arrangements for me

to give my luncheon to meet at 12

o'clock next Saturday," said Mar

jory a short while later. "So be on

deck with your white beaver hat, black

velvet suit and violets. The girls

were just wild with delight Nan said
she was going to fast until then.

"I think I will do likewise," said Mrs.

Morse with a laugh.

"Oh, dear, now I'm a literary wom

an, I suppose 1 11 have to muss my
hair, and let my skirts sag in the back.

No more tube skirts and fancy bags
for me!"

"Marjory, your success has surely

gone to your head. Be calm and

placid," said her sister.
Saturday came, as Saturdays will.

but this particular Saturday "The rain
was raining all around.' It poured and

poured and poured.
"Since the time of Noah there has

never been such a deluge," walled Marjory.

"Can't you postpone your luncheon
until the sun rises T questioned Mil


"Decidedly not It's all ordered.
Can't possibly countermand it at this
late hour. What shall I do? No one
but a duck could go on foot in this
storm," questioned the hostess.
"I'm afraid, sis. It will have to be
taxis," weakly suggested Mildred.
"Eight girls mean two taxis. It's
dreadful! But I suppose I'll have to
submit to the Inevitable," said Mar

jory, as she left the room to call up

the garage.

"As Marjory bade goodby to her

friends after the affair was over,
Edith said:
"It was a perfectly lovely luncheon,
"Never had a better time, added
"You were a dear to invite us, ex exclaimed
claimed exclaimed Violet
"Hope you write some more stories,
said Eva.

While all the rest were adding pro

fuse thanks, Marjory was mentally fig

uring accounts. She discovered that
the luncheon bill, taxi fares, tips to
chauffeur, maids, and small corsage
bouquets, amounted to exactly $19.25,

while at home rested a paltry ten dol

lar check.

"Serves me right" she said to Mil

dred that night. Tm always so lm
pulsive with Issuing my invitations.

"But we did have a Jolly lark. Guess

I'll run upstairs and write another

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Notice is hereby given that the
Board of County Commissioners will
receive bids for one. Gasoline or Oil
Traction Engine of 30 to 60 horse-power,
and 4 or more 3U to 4-yard capa capacity
city capacity all steel cars for road building.

Said bids to be opened at noon August

. 1912. S. T. Sistrunk. Clerk.

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