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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v. : ; 61 cm.
Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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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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a copious morning operation,
you should put a small quan quantity
tity quantity of Simmons Red Z Liver
Regulator (The Powder Form)
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Its action in the system is
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It drives out hard impactions
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to the muscular structuro of
the bowels. It overcomes thz
tendency to chronb constipa constipation,
tion, constipation, relieves a bloated feeling
in the abdomen, sweetens the
breath, and promotes vigor of
body, mental alertness and
cheerful spirits.
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Hut Trtaa ItanKrM Wrre Heady to
Drive InvaillnK Ilandllw llaek
Into Mrlc
Austin. Texas. Aug. 11. Though ho
it uj until midnight wailing for it.
Governor Colouitt had had no
last night to hi.- ni-.-.-ai;e st-nt y-stur-
lay to S-cr-tary of War Stimsun. in
which he advised Stnnson that handy
of Mexican rebels were invading tin1
I'nltetl States near Ml Paso, and say saying
ing saying that if federal troops did n-t
handle the situation he would dispateh
state troops and rangers.
In the meantime four troops of
tate cavalry. rea.Iy anl anxious for
the. frav, were awaiting the gover
nors oriiers. l ney asKeo nuiiuny
better than a chance for fieM service
igalnst the Mexicans.
Sheriff K1 wards of HI Paso wired
the governor that there were several
hand of Mexicans within the borders
of the I'nited States and that he would
have to have mounted troops in ofder
to cope with the situation fully.
However, Colonel Steever, in com
mand of the I. S. troops at Fort Han Hancock,
cock, Hancock, near Kl I'aso, telegraphed that
very tiling was quiet.
SI'MIAY folks i;hi: ym iv
Itrniilt of an Attempt In Foree l.av of
Knni II. '. on People of
Tori a y
Tampa Tribune)
l'eculiar doings at DeFuniak. Tin-
town was .seized with a violent attack
of The county so
licitor decided that he would enforce
the statutes to the letter and notified
everyone to desist front usual oec-u-
paion on the Sabbath day, under pain
of prosecution.
It was the same old story. Cigars.
soft drinks, drills, all articles usually
sold on Sunday, were put under the
ban. Tills was going far enough, but
DeFuniak was doomed to a more thor
ough enforcement of the law. The
latest development was that the en engineer
gineer engineer of the local light and water
plant decided he would be in danger of
irrest to stick to his Job on Sunday.
lie failed to show up on that day. Ie Ie-Funi.ik
Funi.ik Ie-Funi.ik was without fire protection
during tlie day and in total darkness
it night. .Church services had to be
called off because there were no lights.
Ieep gloom reigned in the homes and
on the streets.
This precipitated the usual reaction
and the result will be that DeFuniak
will resume its former liberal Sunday.
The county solicitor adopted the best
means of showing the utter absurdity
of enforcing tin letter of the Sunday
law. The ',lid" seems to be all right
until it is clamped down on some
body's person privilege. Then it be
comes an oppression. neruniaK nas
had tlie experience of other towns
where the same thing has been at attempted
tempted attempted but we do not recall another
instance of tlie shutting off of water
and lights.
9100 REWARD, flOO
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure in all its stages, and
that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is
the only positive cure now known to
the medical fraternity. Catarrh being
a constitutional disease, requires a
constitutional treatment. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is taken internally, act acting
ing acting directly upon the blood and mu mucous
cous mucous surfaces of the system, thereby
destroying the foundation of the di disease,
sease, disease, and giving the patient strength
by building up the constitution and as assisting
sisting assisting nature in doing its work. The
proprietors have so much faith in its
curative powers that they offer one
hundred dollars for any case that it
fails to cure. Send for list of testi testimonials.
monials. testimonials. Address F. J. Cheney & Co.,
Toledo, O. Sold by druggists. T.'c. Take
Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
lly Turks In the Market Plnee of
Kotsehana Another Outbreak In
the llnlkans
Uskub. European Turkey. Aug. 11.
Tiie details of a massacre of Bulga
rians by Mussulmen in the market
place at Kotsehana on August 2 show
that the butchery lasted more than
three hours and than 140 Bulgarian
were killed. The trouble began with
the explosion of a bomb in the crowd
ed market place. When it exploded the
Turks set on the Bulgarians whom
they greatly outnumbered and put
them to the sword without regard to
age or sex.
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
ach 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 Tydlngs & Co.
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Add May-Add to the Horror of I laden
Tlie old maid sister was watching
her married brother patch a motor
car tire.
'I have always been interested." she
said, "in the utilization of waste. Now.
Charlie, where do you suppose all of
these tires go in the end?"
"I don't know." replied the besmear besmeared
ed besmeared brother, "but if they go where
most people consign 'em there must be
a terrible smell of rubber in hell."
Kansas City Star.
Abington, 111. After years of suffer suffering
ing suffering from kidney, bladder and rheu rheumatic
matic rheumatic trouble, was given up to die by
my home doctors. A friend had me to
use one bottle of Hall's Texas Wonder
and it cured me. Mrs. Wm. Cline. Sold
by druggists.
Odd Fellows meet Tuesday night.

errelry Knn Will tlrntl lh Fnn Fnn-rml
rml Fnn-rml of the I. Hie I Emperor of
J n pit n In September
Washington. An.'. 11. F-r the first
time in the history of th- I'nited
States the -ei ret. i r.v of state has b.--n
designated as a special ambassador to
a f.ire.nn power.
Pre-ident Taf: has a.-iuncl Secre Secretary
tary Secretary f State Knox as .-peeial ambas ambassador
sador ambassador to Japan to attend the funeral
of the late Fmjer-r Mutsuhito on
Sept. with liie statement that the
mission was givt-n t the j.remier f
the cabinet as an evidence of the Am Am-eri'
eri' Am-eri' in friendship r Japan.
W hen Vi-i ount "!unda. Japan am ambassador
bassador ambassador tn Washington, heard of tlie
mission, he asserted it would be taken
by Japan as an a.-t of the reate-t
eoiirtesy and one calculated to make
warmer and more cordial the rela relations
tions relations existing between the two governments.

FIHi: AT M ll.l.STO
Ten Thousand Dollar Worth
I'roperly UeMtroetI Friday Nkhl
A special from Wiilistuii. dated Aug.
:, to the Gainesville Sun. says: Fire
of unknown origin broke out in a res restaurant
taurant restaurant here tonight at o'clock
and notwithstanding heroic work by
eitizens, tlie llanies spread to an ad adjoining
joining adjoining meat market, tlie large livery
stable of P.litch llros.. and a residence
owned by Mrs. Peacock and occupied
by Mr. llolscloth. all four buildings
beins reduced to ashes.
All stock in P.litch Pros'. stables
was gotten out before the lire reached
it. The total damage will aggregate
more than $10. Geo, with insurance for
probably half that amount.
1012 Ornln, Florida lalft
The year will be divided into three
sessions of four months each. Fall
session opens Sept. 2nd and closes,
Dec. 20th. Spring session opens Jan.
5th and closes April 2T. Summer ses ses-s'on
s'on ses-s'on in the mountains of northeast
Georgia, from May oth to Aug. 22.
Transportation will be secured for
tlie pupils at ea.y rates in private
coach from the most accommodating
railroad system that will carry us
forth and back. This accords with our
frst plan of our Georgia-Florida col
lege. The daily session in Florida is
four to five hours; in Georgia during
summer, from two to three hours
Our classes will be
graded strictly
from this on. And under our explan explanatory
atory explanatory system bright students will
make a grade every four months. We
have added to our faculty an elegant
gentleman, a famous teacher anil dis disciplinarian.
ciplinarian. disciplinarian. Mr. B. V.. Mood, from the
College of Smith Carolina. He is rec recommended
ommended recommended by leading men of his state
as an educator of great ability and
success. We do not beg for pupils, but
we attirm tnat no man or woman witn
I right children will ever regret plac
ing them with us.
Address for rates, terms, etc., Geo.
C Looney, 62 Fort King avenue, Ocala,
Mobile Wo inn ii Sold Her Daughter
Into Wlilte Slavery
Mobile. Ala., Aug. 11. Mrs. Mary
Wanda, said to have nine aliases, and
her daughter, whom federal authori authorities
ties authorities claim is only fourteen years old.
were arrested lure by I'nited States
officers yesterday, charged with viola
tion of the white slave law. The im immediate
mediate immediate charge against Mrs. Wanda is
that she brought her daughter, Juanita
Cheatham, from New Orleans to Mobile
for immoral purposes.
Notice is hereby given that on the
20th of August. A. I). 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 aid 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 nine-hundred
hundred nine-hundred and fifty square yards.
Said bids to be sealed and tiled with
the clerk of the city of Ocala at least
five days prior to above named meet meeting
ing meeting of said council; said bids to be
made in accordance with specifications
for such paving now on file at the
city clerk's office in Ocala, Florida.
The city council reserves the right
to reject any and all bids submitted.
J. D. Robertson, Mayor.
n. R. Carroll,
President of the City Council.
Utest: II. C. Sistrunk. City C'.erk.
The Ocala Lodge. No. ',:.. Loyal or order
der order of Moose. meets e.i.'l Thur-d:iy
evening at S o'elo.-k in the Gary build building,
ing, building, third floor. Vi-i'inu- brothers are
invited to attend our meetings.
Geo. F. Mersh.m. Dictator.
E. L Stapp. Secretary.
Mar:..n-Piinn N-. 1!. V. Sc A.
M. meets on the first an 1 third Thurs-
lay eveninus if
i"i.k. until fur
i '.
Jake P.rown, S :r.n!
ther notice.
E. Simmon Simmon-ecretary.
ecretary. Simmon-ecretary. at
W. M.
Regular convocations of
Chapter No. i::. R. a. M.. on
Friday in every month, at
C. E. Conn
lake P.rown. Secretarv.
th.- '. .il l
'I.- fourth
p. m.
r. iF. !'.
Fort Kin.; Camj.. No.
of the World, wiil hoi 1 t
alar meeting Friday evening. .;
at Yonge's Hall. F.very mem!
urued to be recent and vi-it
ways wel. o:i.e. U, N. Dosh.
C. K. Sage, Clerk.
A reward of ten dollar- will be paid
for evidence sufruien: to cmvict party
or parties who sometime durint? the
past fifteen day- stole battery .- ;i
from our engine house.
Carney Investment Company.

Ell J


urprie Manifested on Learning; that a
(.erman Company (hvox the Ille Ille-cet
cet Ille-cet Lime !land Vlrele
Washington. Au. 12. An inspector
detailed to investigate the Telefunken
wireless tower at Sayville, L.. I., de declares
clares declares that it is 'backed by German
capital, that all of the apparatus is of
German manufacture and is intended
to work with the wireless station at
Xatien. ",1'JO miles away," according to
a department of commerce report.
officials nf the state and navy de departments
partments departments declined to comment as to
the probable attitude of this govern government
ment government toward the new station, in view
of the Senate's recent Lodge resolution
which declared the I'nited States would
regard with grave concern any acquisi acquisition
tion acquisition of territory of strategic value on
the American continents by any inter interests
ests interests which might be under foreign in in-iluence.
iluence. in-iluence. MITTEKED TLHKISII CITIES
Earthiiuake Centered Near the Darda Dardanelles
nelles Dardanelles and Spread Hundreds of
Mile Inland
Constantinople, Aug. 11. Details of
the terrible earthquake that wrecked
many cities on the coast of the Sea of
Marmora and caused upheavals in tlie
sea itself, which are coming in slow slowly
ly slowly owing to interruption of wires, in indicates
dicates indicates that the disturbances were
Several hundred persons have been
killed, thousands are homeless and
outbreaks of fire have occurred in
many towns and villages.
Tiie entire district between Constan Constantinople
tinople Constantinople and Adrianople felt the shock
The center of the disturbance ap appears
pears appears to have been in the region of
the Dardanelles. Myewitnesses from
that section give harrowing accounts
of the havoc wrought.
Warships anchored in the Darda Dardanelles
nelles Dardanelles f.dt the shock severely. It was
first attributed to Italian torpedo boats.
"I am a traveling salesman," writes
K. E. Younge, E. Perkshire, Va., "and
was often troubled with constipation
and indigestion till I began to use Dr.
King's New Life Pills, which I have
found an excellent remedy." For all
stomach, liver or ikdney troubles they
are unequaled. Only
25 cents at Ty-
dings & Company.
Philadelphia Girl Who "Waited at the
Church" Itemizes Her Bill
Against Wealthy Man.
Easton, Pa. Misa Edith K. Clotta
of Philadelphia filed a suit In the
courts here claiming $30,000 damages
from Frank I. Groman, member Of
q nrnmlront on1 wonlthv Smith Tlotb- 1
lehem family, for alleged failure to
keep his promise to marry her.
According to the bill of particulars
filed by Miss Clotts It was a case of
"waiting at the church." Groman was
to have married her on January 6,
1912, but failed to appear.
Miss Clotts Itemizes her loss as fol.
lows: For loss of marriage and men
tal suffering, $29,000; for loss of po position,
sition, position, $500; for wedding trousseau,
The Great Illouil Purifier and Nerve
Tonle, for Rheumatism, Kidney and
Illadiler Trouble Price Mc
Dr. I.lvlncMton'a DUpepclne Powders,
for Indleeatlon and Stomach Trou Troubles
bles Troubles Price SO Cents
Dr. I.lvinicwton'M Golden Catarrh Balm,
for Catarrh of the Head, Hay
Fever of Catarrhal Nature.
Price .V) Cents
TfaeMe Remedies Can Always lie Found
at the Court Pharmacy, Ocala, Fla.
(Formerly Smith & Roberts)
Funeral Directors and
Licensed Embalmers
Lady Assistant when required
Tails Answered Promptly Night
Or Day, tO All PartS Of City
Or LOUniry
Parlors Located Between Ideal
Theater and Express Office
Queen oi Sea Routes"
From Jncksonvllle to
nvannnh. Ilaltlmore, Philadelphia,
ltooton and Pr lilenee
yinn t earners; best service; low
wireless ifieyrapu. i m iu-.
ti -kt ts to and from principal points.
Send for booklet.
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Jacksonville. Fla.
I I. JONES. C. A.,
Seminole Hotel, Jacksonville, Fla.
-Fluent Cntw lr Trip la he World"

Spltltall Has Caused Diphtheria anil
Mlcbt Communicate
Philadelphia, August 10. Manager
Dooin of the Philadelphia National
Leasrue baseball team declare? the
"spitball" is responsible for the attack
of diphtheria from which Pitcher Ad
Urennan is suffering. On the strength
of this assertion he means to make ap application
plication application to President Lynch of the
National League for permission for his
pitchers to use a disinfectant on the
ball when they are opposing a spitball
According to Dooin every man who
played in last Wednesday's game
against the St. Louis team ran a risk
of being infected with diphtheria
germs. Prennan was not well when he
started the game. complain'ng of a
slight sore throat.' Pefore the game
was hald over he was complaining that
the throat was getting sorer every
Pitchers say that should a spitball
pitcher have tuberculosis the entire
league might be affected.

Several Public Spirited Citizens Hare
Contributed to the Proposed Illum Illumination
ination Illumination of the Publie Square
Following are the names of the
citizens and firms who have contribut contributed
ed contributed to the fund for the contemplated il illumination
lumination illumination of the public square:
Rheinauer & Company $ 23.00
S. R. Whaley o.OO
P. G. D. Weihe 5.00
G. A. Nash 5.00
W. T. Gary 10.00
Marion Hardware Company ... 25.00
Commercial Bank 25.00
II. B. Masters Co 25.00
G. D. Hogan 20.00
B. Goldman 5.00
Knight & Lang 5.00
Ocala House Wine Rooms 20.00
Ocala House 25.00
J. L. Smith Grocery Co 5.00
R. L. Anderson 25.00
Dr. W. K. Lane 5.00
Haycraft & DeCamp 5.00
Helvenston & Pasteur 10.00
Court Pharmacy 10. oo
Munroe & Chambliss Bank 25.00
Ocala Plumbing Sz Electric Co.. 5.00
David S. Woodrow 5.00
D. S. Williams, Jr 5.00
J. C. Caldwell 10.00
Muncaster & Bell 5.00
J. P. Phillips 5.00
C. R. Kreger 5.00
D. W. Davis 10.00
A. M. Lansford 10.00
Marcus Frank 10.00
Ocala Lumber &
H. M. Hampton
Supply Co..
Ed Carmichael 125.00
F. Harris 5.00
A. E. Burnett 5. On
H. A. Waterman 5.00
R. C. Camp 10.00
Ocala National Bank 25. 0
ir Dome 5.00
All who desire to follow the example
of the above will please give contribu
tions to J. C. Caldwell, superintendent
of the electric light plant or R. C.
Muncaster, secretary of the board of
Merchants Cafe, A. C. L. depot cor
ner. Meals a la carte ana lunches ni
any hour.
Fortune Awaits New York Girl If She
Makes a Good Match, but Trustees
Must Give Approval.
New York. Fearing that the "large
sum of money" she bequeathed to her
granddaughter "might attract Incom
petent and designing persons to her,"
Mrs. Caroline Falconer Butterfleld
provided in her will that the grand
daughter may never marry a Mc-
Keague, and that when she does mar marry
ry marry the man Bhe chooses must meet
with the approval of at least four of
the five trustees of the estate. The
girl, bound by this odd codicil of the
Butterfleld will, which was filed in
New York city, recently, is Miss Dor
othy Dullard Smith. She is just blos
soming into womanhood and has spent
most of her life In London.
Six codicils in the will are devoted
to the granddaughter and the problem
oi marriage. She Is cautioned against
a hasty marriage, advising that she
consult her mother. She is warned
never to marry a McKeague. It ap appears
pears appears the grandmother was a former
friend of Mrs. McKeague. None of
the three McKeague boys have ever
teen attentive to the young woman.
If the codicil is broken the money set
aside for Miss Smith goes to six char charitable
itable charitable institutions.
Miss Smith will enjoy the income
from the Uutterfleld estate until she
13 thirty when it will come Into her
I own right, unless she marries not In
accord with the directions in the wilL
There are two things everlastingly
at war, joy and jlcs. But Buekien s
Arnica Salve will banish pile in ar.y
form. It soon subdues tne ltcnmg, ir irritation.
ritation. irritation. Inflammation or swelling. It
gives comfort, invite's joy. Greatest
healer of burn?, boil?, ulcers, ruts
truise?, eczema, scalds. p:mple, .-kin
eruptions. Only 2Z cents at Tydinsrs
&. Company.
One lar.e Berkshire boar hoi. Stray Strayed
ed Strayed from Palmetto Park Farms July 25.
Any information a? to hog's where whereabouts
abouts whereabouts will be appreciate! and reward reward-el
el reward-el by C. B. Stricklanl, manager Pal Palmetto
metto Palmetto Park Farms. S-6-4M2:w
D. C. F.ybee, 'learning contractor liv living'
ing' living' at 65$ Keeling Court, Cantor.. Ill Ill-is
is Ill-is now -well r:d of a severe and annoy annoying
ing annoying case of kidney trouble. His back
pained aril he was bothered with
headache and dizzy spell;. "I took
Foly Kidney Pills just a3 directed
and in a few days I felt much better.
My life and strength seemed to come comeback,
back, comeback, and I sleep well. I an now ail
over my trouble and glad to recom recommend
mend recommend Foley Kidney Pills." Try thm.
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.




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Ilittinger & Carroll Proprietors.
It. It. Carroll, Uasiness Manager.
J. II. Benjamin, Editor.
Entered irk the postofflce at Ocala,
Fla., as second class mail matter.
The people of Kissimmee evidently
think their board of trade la a very
important body, and their preparations
to entertain the delegates to the state
meeting in their town Aug 15, as de described
scribed described in the following- article, la a
strong hint to the people of Ocala to
Kive a generous support to their
The Kissimmee Board of Trade will
meet Monday night to make final ar arrangements
rangements arrangements for entertaining the dele delegates
gates delegates who will be in the city Thursday
to organize a state chamber of com commerce.
merce. commerce. Invitations have been mailed
to every board of trade in the state,
and all the newspapers have been in invited
vited invited to send a representative. The
Kissimmee board has not been official officially
ly officially advised of how many guests to ex expect,
pect, expect, but preparations will be maCie
for at least a hundred. An attract've
program of entertainment has be.n
provided, as follows:
August 15, 10 a. m. Call to order by
Coo. If. Clay Stanford, president of the
Kissimmee Hoard of Trade.
Selection of temporary chairman and
Discussion of plans for a state cham chamber
ber chamber of commerce, led by lion. II. II.
Richardson. s rotary of the Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville Hoard of Trade.
Appointment of committee on con constitution
stitution constitution and by-laws."
Afternoon SnnIiid
3 p. m. Report of committee on
constitution and by-laws.
Adoption of the report.
Nomination and election of perma permanent
nent permanent officers of the organization.
Selection of next meeting place.
A smoker will be tendered the visit visitors
ors visitors by the Kissimmee lioard of Trade
the evening of August 15, at Frater Fraternity
nity Fraternity Hall. An attractive program has
been arranged by the local committee,
which is designed to be both entertain entertaining
ing entertaining and instructive. Several of the
best Informed officials of the commer commercial
cial commercial bodies to be represented have been
assigned subjects for short talks bear bearing
ing bearing on the objects of the State Cham Chamber
ber Chamber of Commerce. There will be music
and refreshments.
YlMit to St. C loud
An auto ride to the town of St. Cloud
and a visit to the old sugar mill near
that place, concluding with a launch
ride on llast Tohopekaliga will be fea features
tures features of the next day's entertainment.
kvils to hi: Avoui:n
Dan Conroy, a member of the board
of county commissioners, wants Gov.
Gilchrist to send an auditor to investi investigate
gate investigate the doing of the hoard In con connection
nection connection with the expenditure of the
bond money.
The presence of an auditor is useless
unless '-Jltkes a full investigation,
ant If ntftloes this he will furnish
some startling information to the peo people
ple people of Florida. He will find that hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of thousands of dollars have
been spent in building bad roads. He
will find that roads built recently are
in horrible condition and that hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of thousands of dollars of the
taxpayers' money have been wasted in
roads that go nowhere in particular.
The county commissioners have
simply failed in many instances to fol follow
low follow the law. No system prevails
whereby protection is given to the
property of the people. A few days
ago I saw a cement mixer bought by
the county abandoned near Lincoln
Park. It cost ?400 a few months ago
and now it has been stripped of its
chains and gas engine and what is left
of it is only fit for the scrap heap.
It is known that more than a mil million
lion million dollars have been spent for good
roads in Duval county during the past
year and a half and that Duval county
has very little to be proud of in the
good roads line. Roads recently built
are full of holes and highways have
been constructed without ditches or
laterals on each side of the road and
after each rain the water has no
chance to run off. The extension of
Enterprise street is one of many ex examples.
amples. examples. The commissioners have fail failed
ed failed to watch the roads and they have
shown utter incompetency and neg neglect.
lect. neglect. Dixie.
The same waste will occur in Mar Marion
ion Marion county if we bond to obtain mon money
ey money for good roads before the laws are
amended so a competent man can be
put in charge of the work.
nrsiNrcss is iihttkh
The above head doesn't mean so
much that business is making money
as it does that it isn't so awfully
afraid of losing It, and Is inspired by
the following from Collier's Weekly:
HiiMlneM I'.nllKhlriimeiit
The argument against Wilson was
expected to be a scare. Where is it?
The business men are showing friend friendliness
liness friendliness to him. In the past the pos possessors
sessors possessors of wealth reallv believed that
If a few men were not encouraged
with special privileges nobody would
use his capital and nobody would be
allowed to work. Take away honest
and dishonest graft and the world
would cease to revolve upon its axis.
Fuch minds naturally deal In the ab absolute.
solute. absolute. They might well not see the
democrats and Woodrow Wilson doing
away first, against great opposition,
with a few of the worst tariff swindles,
but paint In crimson colors a complete
and sudden plunge into free trade. Of
course we all know that it will be hard
enough to get even a few of the most
trust-breeding and price-raising sched schedules
ules schedules changed, but we are children and
easily affected by loud threats and
deadly prophecies and a few factories
conveniently shut down to teach the
public how to think. Some men are
able to see clearly, even when they
enjoy privileges, but in the past they
have been few. The powers of priv privilege
ilege privilege are not saying that Wilson
threatens the very structure of the
universe. Their mental habits are not
so stereotyped as we thought. We
knew, of course, thai once the tarifT
had been improved they would accept
It. as they did in railroad rebates,
eight-hour laws, municipal ownership
of gas and water, protection of women
and children In factories, employers
liability acts, public-service commis
sions; as they did in universal suffrage
and the divinity of kings: but we ex expected
pected expected the dread first, and thought
Wilson's reliance would have to be the
favorite proverb of Sancho Panza:
-Yesterday for you, today for me";
yesterday for privileges that have
built up mighty fortunes, political cor corruption,
ruption, corruption, and public timidity, now

changing into public wrath: today, or
perhaps tomorrow, for those who seek
a slight reproach to fairness upon this
earth. Well, we were mistaken. Bus Business,
iness, Business, apparently, in the main, ap

proves of Wilson. Why? We believe
business has reached two very sensi sensible
ble sensible conclusions. It has decided that
work should and must go on, regard
less of legislation, and time3 have been
improving right through the political
fury of recent months. It has decided
also that readjustment of our legal,
social and industrial situation, to meet
our ideas of Justice, is inevitable and
might as well be helped. Business men
since the war have in the main been
preoccupied with money making. They
have been, on the whole, the ablest
Americans; and their ability is now
apparently to be more broadly used;
they are going to continue to make
money, while at the same time helping
us to give stability to our civilization
by giving justice to It.
The Star is Informed that it is prob probable
able probable that Mr. Bryan may visit Marion
county this winter and be the guest of
Commodore Goodwin at Wood mar.
There is hardly any part of the world
where the great Nebraskan has more
sincere admirers than Marion county,
and he can't find a more beautiful and
restful place than the shores of Lake
Governor Wood row Wilson has In Indirectly
directly Indirectly taken a hand in the political
situation in Maine where the guberna gubernatorial
torial gubernatorial election in September is expect expected
ed expected to reveal the trend of strength of
the three presidential candidates. In
response to numerous letters from
democratic leaders in Maine asking
Governor Wilson for his attitude on
the liquor question, which is a prom prominent
inent prominent issue In the gubernatorial cam campaign,
paign, campaign, the democratic presidential
nominee has declared in favor of local
option and against having the ques question
tion question made an issue between political
Married, at the home of the bride's
mother, in Fort McCoy Sunday, Miss
Pauline Priest to Mr. B. F. Morrison.
Notary W. K. McGahagin officiated.
Present were only immediate rela relatives
tives relatives and a few friends.
Newspaper men in Florida may well
emulate Editor Benjamin, of the Ocala
Star. He has an idea that a newspa newspaper
per newspaper should be fair in all things and
never attempt to misconstrue another's
opinions. Pensacola Journal.
Thanks for the compliment; we will
'try to live up to It. Carrying on an
argument is like playing a game, and
there is no satisfaction to an honora honorable
ble honorable man unless he plays fair and
sticks to the rules. Saying that your
opponent has said something ha hasn't
said, or putting on his words an in inference
ference inference they do not call for. is like
stacking the cards or breaking the
rules. To a real sport, there is no
satisfaction in winning a game or an
argument by unfair means.
Mr. Wm. E. McGahagin returned to
his home in Oklawaha yesterday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon after a trip that would have
been simply impossible a few years
ago. Leaving home at 5:30 in the
morning, he visited Anthony and vi vicinity,
cinity, vicinity, crossed the country to Fort Mc McCoy,
Coy, McCoy, officiated at a wedding, then vis visited
ited visited Burbank and Silver Springs, also
Ocala, and returning reached home a
little over eleven hours after he left It
in the morning. Mr. McGahagin is a
notary public and his services in tying
hymeneal knots are often in demand.
A number of the state papers have
announced their Intention to discon discontinue
tinue discontinue the use of the title of 'Mr." as
prefixed to the name of a white citi citizen.
zen. citizen. The Star will continue to use It;
it is a courtesy that every respectable
man is entitled to. If the newspapers
would cut out their ridiculous habit
of prefixing the inappropriate title of
"Honorable" to every attorney who has
held a small office, a title that only
the president of the United States has
a legitimate claim to, they would show
more consistency and less toadyism.
Nebraska democrats, in convention
assembled, have indorsed the course of
Mr. Bryan at the Baltimore convention.
Mr. Bryan was a delegate from Nebras Nebraska
ka Nebraska and instructed for Clark. For what
he believed good and sufficient rea reasons,
sons, reasons, he changed his vote to Wilson,
for doing which he has been roundly
abused by many democratic papers.
Since the people who sent him to the
convention have approved of his ac action,
tion, action, it will now be in order for his
democratic assailants to turn their
guns on tiie republicans.
The nomination of Mr. John M.
Cheney of Orlando for Judge of the
southern federal district of Florida, to
succeed Judge Locke, has been held up
in the Senate by Senators Bryan and
Fletcher. President Taft had promised
the Florida senators a chance to sub submit
mit submit claims of other candidates, but in instead
stead instead rushed the appointment thru.
Now, Messrs. Bryan and Fletcher hav
blocked confirmation, and if they hold
it off long enough there is a chanc
that a democrat will fill the office.
The Fosnot Bros, at Eastlake are
progressing with their work on the
boat they are building for the Carney
Investment Co. The boat will be ready
to use in bringing oranges this season
from the big Carney packing house to
the Eastlake station. When completed,
it will be the biggest boat on the lake.
The Fosnots always have about as
much work as they can do.
A letter ha? been received by the
Jacksonville police from J. Earle Os Os-oorne,
oorne, Os-oorne, Kenwood, Fla., asking that as assistance
sistance assistance be given him in finding his
wife, Maud Osborne, and son. Curtis
Osborne, who suddenly disappeared
from Kenwood June 24, 1912.
One of the many points in Marion
county that is steadily building up is
Oklawaha. Many new people are ar arriving,
riving, arriving, and building is going on all
me ume. UMawuna is en ana prei-
my situate.!, ami as natural a.ivant-
ages are large and numerous.
M,IW,1 "a a right to caw nimseil
an original Wilson man unless he
gives a dollar to the campaign fund.
Pensacola Journal.
The Star is offering Marion county
Wilson men a first class opportunity to
prove their originality.
The Lakeland Telegram says people j
mustn't kick its town around. Very ;
goo.i sentiment. i ne mar natters it-
self that it has made some people,
sorry that they tried to kick Ocala J
A convention of orantre growers and
shippers will meet in Gainesville on
Thursday. August 1.1, to receive and
consider the "standard"' for immature

citrus fruit3 as recommended by the
commission appointed for that purpose.

Four fine buildings are being erect erected
ed erected on the campus of the University of
Florida, which will add greatly to the
facilities of the institution. This state
has much to be proud of in her state
university, and our boys should be
taught to consider a course there the
best aim of their educational life.
Fort Meade Leader.
And out of the 600,000 boys and girls
in Florida, 200 to 300 will be able to
benefit by these handsome buildings.
We as a people run riot in our ideas.
Perhaps half of Florida's boys and
girl3 go to school in little board school
houses, with no stoves, with one or at
tne most two poorly paid girl teach teachers;
ers; teachers; and the while the state is spend spending
ing spending a hundred and fifty thousand dol dollars
lars dollars erecting college buildings that
not one-fifth of one per cent of the
boys and girls of Florida will ever
see. Wouldn't it be better to take this
money and improve the common
schools of the state? Wouldn't the
money do more good to the boys and
girls the future men and women of
Florida if spent in this manner? The
state should see that every boy and
girl is afforded the chance of a com common
mon common school education; the state has no
moral right to deprive the boys and
girls of Florida of common educational
advantages ami use the tax money for
the making of lawyers and doctors and
other professions. Business schools
are run as private institutions. Why
should not professional schools be run
the same way? DeLand News.
The Star thinks the News is mistak mistaken
en mistaken about there being 600,000 boys and
girls of school age in Florida. It isn't
likely there are half so many. Other Otherwise,
wise, Otherwise, its argument is sound.
A dispatch to the Times-Union from
Tampa says. Sore to the core, C. II.
Alston, the negro delegate who was
thrown out of the bull moose gather gathering
ing gathering at Chicago, has returned to this
city and says that he will induce the
people of his race to come out for Wil Wilson.
son. Wilson. Alston does not like the way the
moose herdsmen treated him in Chica Chicago
go Chicago and makes no bones of saying so
in strong terms.
As lie was one of Roosevelt's con contesting
testing contesting delegates from this state to the
republican convention in June, Alston
naturally thought he would be well
treated at the bull moose gathering.
Naturally he did not expect to be
thrown out on the cold, cold world as
he was.
Taft emissaries came with him as
far as Atlanta, lie declares, urging
him to come out for Taft, but lie turned
them down, so he states. When he
reached home he vas met by a band
and an automobile and taken to a ne negro
gro negro hall where he told several hun hundred
dred hundred people of his race all about the
convention. There was much enthus enthusiasm
iasm enthusiasm for Wilson and Alston has called
a meeting of county chairman and
others of his party for Tuesday and
will endeavor to get them to lump
their vote in a body for Wilson.
"Wilson has never treated the negro
wrongfully," said Alston.
He is urging the people of his race
to pay their poll taxes and be in posi position
tion position to vote this fall if possible that
they may make their influence felt on
which ever side of the scale they con conclude
clude conclude to cast it.
At the home of the bride's brother,
Mr. W. M. Igou In Eustis, Aug. 6. Miss
Frances Lucretia Igou was married to
Mr. Robert Stuart McCormack, a
voung business man of Eustis.
The biggest load of wood in the city
for $1, delivered to your house. Phone
223, Ocala Lumber & Supply Company.
The market formerly known as the
Ollie Mordls' is now open. Will keep on
hand a supply of fresh meats and fish
Orders by phone will receive prompt
attention. Phone number 315. Come
to the old stand and be treated right
Yours respectfully,
Dealer in Fancy Groceries, N. Magnolia.
St. Margaret's Guild will have twen
ty-five cakes for sale Saturday morn
ing at Burnett's store. The public,
especially the Lake Weir colony, is in invited
vited invited to buy.
Wanted, two large or three ordinary
sized roomii, furnished for housekeep housekeeping,
ing, housekeeping, close to square; young couple and
baby. Apply at Star office.
When in Jacksonville stop with Mrs.
E. L. Maloney. at the Girard. No. 11
East Duval street, just off Main. Best
75c. room in the city.
The people of the Shady Grove com community
munity community will give their annual barbe barbecue
cue barbecue and picnic at Goin's Springs
Thursday, August 22. The people of
tills 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, a usual, they invite their
Ocala friends to be with them on the
festal occasion.
70-egg: Cyphers' incubator and Cy Cyphers
phers Cyphers adaptable hover, both good as
new, value about f 25. Will sell at a
reduction or will exchange for camera
of equal value. Address, "Incubator."
Box 223, Ocala. Fla.
Get your certificates framed at the
Ocala News Co.
Ocala Lodire No. 1?. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:1') p. m. at
r.nti ii'iii .-.v-r iw..r- c.iriu-!
drugstore. A cordial welcome to visit-
5ni, i,rothers. F. i; Wetherbt-e. C C.
Chas. K. Sase. K. R.
IMWI, I.tlDGK II. P. t. F
cala Lodge No. 2St. P.eneyobnt and
Protective Order of Elks, meets the
second and fourth Tuesdav evening- in
f.a..h month. Visiting brethren always
welcome. How 11 M. Hampton. K. R.
..?ejh lb 11. F.
Open for engagement November 1st.
Practical f
all farm and truck cr p. stock rais raising
ing raising and handlin-r in all its branches.
Improving and building up worn-mr
lands a specialty. Address Pox S7.
Ocala. Fla.


Through the interest of Mr. J. D.
Rooney, assistant industrial agent of
the .Seaboard Air Line, Summerfield
has secured a permanent physician,
and from the assurance given us by
Mr. Rooney, he will get a much needed
The fact that Mr. Rooney is doing
these things for Summerfield, shows
that the seaboard is interested in our
town and our people should show some
appreciation towards the railroad.
The way Summerfield is growing is
simply wonderful and we are assured
of industries such as a box factory,
cannery and other lines as fast as it is
possible for Mr. Rooney and the Sea Seaboard
board Seaboard to interest capital. With a large
farming community surrounding our
town, almost any line of business will
pay a good rate of interest on monies
invested, and as Mr. Rooney tells us,
ne and the Seaboard will find and in interest
terest interest capital.
The following concerning Mrs. A. B.
Weaver appears in the Miami Metro Metropolis.
polis. Metropolis. Mrs. Weaver lived her girlhood
days in cala. and her friends here are
proud of the exalted position she holds
in the society of the Magic City.
n original poem by Mrs. A. B.
Weaver is given ik-Iow. Mrs. Weaver
is a clever original poet of Miami and
through her production has done
much for the city and its urowth. Ce Ce-Inx
Inx Ce-Inx a booster of the purest type, her
verses are widely read and the follow following
ing following lines published at such a time will
catch the eye of many visitors and im-
'press them more and more with .Mi
ami's beauties:
By the sparkling, dancing waters.
Kissed by the sun-god's brightest
Lies Miami, fair Miami
By the shore of Biscay ne Bay;
And they bid me tell the story,
f her bright and magic past.
And sing a son:: of prosperity
Which they told me 'would not last."
(How from a tangled mass of wildwood.
t Of nalmctti). o.ik. and nire
There has arisen a city of grandeur.
Like almost to the sublime.
Then the scaly alligator,
Blinked his eye in sweetest rest.
But the iron hand of progress
Has disturbed hi hidden nest.
And the .stately, graceful palm trees,
Tell a different story clear
And the loud pulse-beat of traffic
Falls upon the summer air.
And the life, and strife, and laughter
Of a city form their part.
And when tourists from the northland.
See the dull and leaden sky.
Feel the icy blasts of winter.
Back they corn to Miami:
Oh, we may tell of other cities,
Aud full many we have known.
But our pride is in Miami
For Miami is our home.
Sarah Banks Weaver.
Miami. Florida.
A first class farm, two miles south southwest
west southwest of Kendrick and about the same
distance from both the Kendrick and
Blitchton hard roads, 120 acres in the
property, 40 acres of cut-over land
with some timber left. Will sell sep separate
arate separate If desired. 60 acres under fence,
20 acres of which has grown up in
bushes and small pine saplings. First
class pine, oak and hckory land. Fine
well of never failing water. Fairly
good dwelling house, two barns, etc.
Lot of peach, some figs and young or orange
ange orange trees. Titles perfect and place is
clear of debt. A bargain at ?2500. If
interested, inquire at the Star office.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every
Tuesday evening, at 7:30 o'clock In
Y,on ge's hall, Fort King avenue. Visit Visitors
ors Visitors in the city invited to be with us.
A. M. Lansford. N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
Bertha Heida Sent a Washing Machine
to One Doctor and Three Lemons
to Another,
Cincinnati. Bertha Heida, aged 33,
a cook who has been employed by
prominent families in Clifton, Avon Avon-dale
dale Avon-dale and Walnut Hills, fashionable sub suburbs,
urbs, suburbs, was committed to Long View
insane asylum.
She was taken into the probate
court on the affidavit of Dr. Frank
Perry and Lieutenant Kent, of the
Norwood police department. Dr.
Perry, Lieutenant Kent and Dr. Thom Thomas
as Thomas P. Dickson of Norwood, testified
she had been annoying them with let letters
ters letters and telephone calls. Dr. Dickson
said he performed a minor operation
on her four years ago, and that since
that time she has been telephoning to
him five to twenty-five times a day.
He also testified she Eent a ceme cemetery
tery cemetery monument maker to his office,
and that she sent him a washing ma machine
chine machine and large orders of groceries.
He also charges that she threw a cof coffee
fee coffee cake at him when she met him
fin t h A Rtroot a fart? i a ntrn
Dr. Perry testified that She sent
him three lemons by mall, called him
tients, and sent him late at night to
a far address by telling him a child

was dying. She appeared rational jnjnear Fleming, Pa., says he has used
court, and insisted that the witnesses j Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diar Diar-agalnst
agalnst Diar-agalnst her be made to testify In her!rho5:1 Remedy in hi- family for four four-presence,
presence, four-presence, iteen years, and that he has found it to
'be an excellent remedy, and tak-s
'pleasure :n recommending it. For

muaiijj a small, DiacK nny,
ol;nd 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.
Proper Credit Given to India.
The art of cementation, by which
iron is carburlzed and converted into
eteel on heating in charcoal powder,
has been Investigated by Sir Robert
Iladfield in an ancient chisel of Cey Ceylon,
lon, Ceylon, 1,500 years old or more, and he
confirms the claim of India to the dis discovery
covery discovery that has done more than any
other to advance civilization.
Th most complete collection of Iron
and steel specimens from 1,200 to
1.S00 years old is in the museum at
The famous pillar of Delphi is a j
most notable ancient specimen of iron. :
It is a mass of wrought iron welded
into a sold shaft 23 feet S Inches long
and weighing about six tens a cred- i
itable piece of work of at least six
teen centuries ao.

"An ounce of pluck is worth a pound of luck"
PLUCK IS THE IRRESISTIBLE FOUCE that puts in motion the million
wheels of industry, brings order out of chaos, light out of darkness.
It is the motive power that drives the car of progress, while luck sits
high on the front seat ta claim the credit.
Things do not "just happen" as luck would have you believe, but are
governed by the immutable law of "cause and effect."
We cmnot stand still, we either go forward or backward. If we tnibt to
luck we go down in defeat, while if we pin our faith to pluck, we cannot but
The Munroe & Chambliss Bank


Matinee Wednesday
Callfornlan Is Ordered by Court tc
Restore $8,000 Taken From
Estate of Mother-ln-Law.
San Francisco, Cal. George P.
Gray, the quarry man, must pay
$8,000 into the estate of his deceased
mother-in-law, Mrs. Millie H. Webster,
by a ruling of Judge Thomas F. Gra Graham
ham Graham of the superior court this morn morning.
ing. morning. This amount represents sums ad advanced
vanced advanced by Gray for the support of his
divorced wife and his children while
he was acting as executor of the es estate
tate estate of Mrs. Webster. By the same
ruling Judge Graham denied a motion
to discharge Gray as executor of the
Webster estate.
Gray was divorced by Mrs. M. E.
Gray in 1906 and ordered to pay $250
alimony. The payments were made
regularly until the fire, when the
stone man appeared in court, saying
that he was unable to continue paying
the $250 and asking that the amount
be reduced. This petition was grant granted.
ed. granted. Then, by an agreement said to have
been entered into with the attorneys
of his wife and his children, he made
monthly advances to his wife out of
the estate of his mother-in-law. These
advances have been made regularly
since 1906. Now Mrs. Gray has es established
tablished established the fact that her husband,
instead of paying her alimony, has
merely been advancing money which
was due from the estate of her moth mother.
er. mother. The motion to have Gray discharged
as executor of the estate of his
mother-in-law was made by Mrs. Gray
on behalf of herself and her children,
Henry W. Gray and Mrs. Mildred F.
Is the individual, man or woman, who
uses Foley Kidney Tills 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 Drug Drugstore.
store. Drugstore. COXCOHIma LODGE F. V. OF A.
Concordia I-odge, Fraternal Union of
America, meets in Yonge's Hall on the
second Thursday evening of each
nonth. Geo. L. Taylor, F. M.
Chas. K. Sa?e. Secretary.
Ocala Loie No. 6!9. Meets eaoh
Thursday night in hall In Gary block.
G. F. Mershon, Dictator.
2. L. fctapp. Secretary.
OCALA LODGE XO. 280. 15. P. O. E.
Ocala L.vuire N'o. 286. ttenevolent and
- or.d and fourth Tuesday evenings in
leac;h nionth; Visiting brethren always
; welcome. Howell M. Hampton. L. R.
Joseph Bell. Secretary.
Mr. W. F. Gunsalus. a farmer living
; ale t,y all jeaier3,
Application for I.eatr li Sell
Minor-. Land
' y f is -bv given that on the
I -:4th Day t imust, I). 11112
I win apply :u Honorable Jo-eph i:eil.
. Jfj., VJfnT :n"i
''' aia. in -aid county, for an order au-
i:!ior;z:n- m-. as iruar-::an or i:,e minor
- 1.
J r i I a
vat" .-ale
').f follo'.vir.-r proper! v
-a: e-tatc. to-w;' ; Co!. 'r.t-r.cin-r ,at I
t -. rorCwc.-T --orn-r of 1 r.umb-r I
tw..r.ty-i.:r.e of .v I ) lert y's
i Id .'. of o ill. Marion cur.-1
y. Fla.. ti.e:-- cas: '"-Pe hun Ir-d fe-t.
s-'Uth .He hu:. ired ar.l t wt-nty-tive
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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 ?ffund purchase
money or give a new coat for any coat not up to this guarantee. We
have a nice assortment of both riding and walking coat, fresh rtock
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.

Meal tireless Crnh Stow
Made in One. Two and Three Compartments Ten Sizes

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Separate Lids for Each Compartment Water Sealed To -Solid
Aluminum Lining Celebrated Vear-Ever" Aluminum Cooking
t'tei.sils 1'crfect Insulation lleautifully Finished
Vulcanized Hardwood Case ; t
Effective heat rententlon Is the one principle upon which any hreles
cooker must stand or fall. It is the fundamental of flreles conker con construction,
struction, construction, Thr Water Seal Tp which Is an exclusive feature of the "Meal" has
solved the problem of perfect heat retention. In no other way can a leakage
of heat, and a corresponding loss of cooking efficiency he prevented.
The principle of this water seal top can hardly he clearly set forth here.

IJut come to our store and we will take pains to demonstrate the principle.
W ere the "Meal' an unsightly object instead of the handsome piece of
furniture it is, it would still he the one tireless cooker to buy, because of its
water seal top. the crowninur achievement in Tireless cooker building.
We put out reputation bark of the "Meal" along with the manufacturers'
and we offer it to you witn a guarantee of -atisfaction.
IVHapion I-Iadware Co,
Ocala, Florida

Call up Phone 300 and Let


We Guarantee (o Save You Money on Any Work in Our Lines

An ur employ none but expert e mrr In ltlon f Kwrinlrf ev every
ery every piece of -rk ve eonntriirl to oinnil (be lnperllo-n of the nnMf
rlt;M lnpe torn. It rvntn nofblnic to vet our flmirfu, anil you are lb
winner, whether we nee u re the eonlrart or not. tilve nn m trial.



" Phone
Bring Your Tires and


Amateur Night Wednesday

us Give an Estimate on Your
Tubes to be Vulcanized g


Eslrads From a Mary


"last month my wages paid my board and other living

k'penses and left me ten dollars for incidentals. The ten

gone. I have nothing to
Jmember just how I spent it,
ilf for which I cannot account.
pr pleasure and there are many


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 tiliciency
from it just like the inotrr car.
(Jive the finest auto bad gnsoline and you gtt poor
speed-feed tjie best man alive ( n improper IVodi'i d
ym see a human wreck. You owe it to yoursclf-for
your health's sake, for your pecket's snke, to feed your
stomach with finest grocerhs, good wholes me food
That is YOU It fuel.
Johnson's Fducator Crackers make the right kind of fuel
for you, because Ihcy arc made from Whole Wheat Hour.
Educator Wafers, Educator Toasterclt (buttered, salted and
toasted). Educator luiut ccn, Fducatcr Sued
Graham. Educator Ginger Snaps, Educator Animal
Crackers. Fruited Educator (Sultana Kaisir.s), Educ&tcr
Bran Cookies, a natural laxative,

. K. Teapot (Grocery

Ocala, :

Following are fust a Few of the Thousands of
Articles Carried in out Grat Furniture, Hardware,
House Furnishing and General Supply Store, Come
in and look the stock over, you will find many
things you want
For the Office
Itoll Kiid Flat Top Desks, Typewriter Desks, Stenographer's
Desks, Office Chairs, Stools. Sofas, Etc.
For the Dining Room
Handsome Hound or Square Extension Tables, Dining Chairs,
Hugs, Sideboards and Chiffoniers, IVouffets, China Closets, China
Dinner Sets, Lamps, Fine Table Linen, Etc.
Parlor Furniture
Handsome Mahoganj, Oak, Willow or Mission Chairs, Straight
Harked or Hookers, Tables, Sofas, Lamps, Hugs and Carpets, Pic Pictures.
tures. Pictures. Bedroom Furniture
Heautiful Dressers and Wash Stands in Golden Oak, Hirdseye
Maple or Mahogany. Heautiful Iron and Brass Hed in over Fifty
Different Varieties and Prices. Hugs and Mattings, Chiffoniers aid
Wardrobes, Toilet Sets, HIankets, Comforts and Linens.
For The Pantry and Kitchen
Handsome Hefrigerators and Ice Chests in Several Different
Makes and Styles and any Size or Price Desired. Stoves and Hanges
n Hither Wood or Oil Burners. Kitchen Cabinets and Tables.
Hardware Department
Anything Desired iu Silverware for the Table, Cutlery and
Sissors in our Hardware Department; Shotguns, ltilles and Ammu Ammunition;
nition; Ammunition; l ire Sets, Screens and Irons. ltc
Carriage and Harness Dept.
Buggies, Carriages and Wagons for all Purines, Harness, Sad Sad-Domestic
Domestic Sad-Domestic and Imported, Art Squares, Mattings, Htc, in the Coutnry.
dies, Iap Holies, Whips and Everything for the Horse or Vehicle.
PUONE 47 North Magnolia St. OCALA, FLA.

' 9 AVI
deal Location, Splendid
Sii Cut Ml
Equipment. Str on Fac Fac-iUy.
iUy. Fac-iUy. Full College and
'onservatory Courses.


show for it. I have tried to
but at bett there iV almost
I am spending too much
things 1 need."
and 174
nil H H Pin 3
70th Session Begins
Sept. 11th. For Infor
mation Address the
;-liiSecretary, Box 15.

K. of P. meet this evening.
ati Dozier in somewhat better
Mr. G.
to lay.
184 for quick prescription ser-
W. Felt on is somewhat better
A. I.. Illalook,
Xo. 132.
pb)lrlant office
Wayne McDonald was in town
prices at
hats at less than wholesale
r,2 North Magnolia street tljls
The county
session today.
com m i. loners
Your vacation is not complete with without
out without a kodak. Gerig's Postof fue Drug Drugstores,
stores, Drugstores, agents.
Mr. J. P.
town today.
Meadows of Sp.irr was in
Itexall Nice destroys the odor of
perspiration. Oerig's Postoffioe Drug Drugstores.
stores. Drugstores. Capt. Tom Bridges left this mornlnz
for a professional visit to Pensacola.
Mr. Louis W. Duval,
to say, is quite sick
Mklawaha avenue.
the Star regrets
at his home on
Millinery stock
at 52 North Magnu-
lia street must be
any price.
sold this week at
Mr. Paul Iurand went to Mcintosh
today, to attend to a big job of plumb plumbing.
ing. plumbing. For quick service in anything
want in the drug or toilet line,
281, the Court Pharmacy.
Miss Dorothy Howell of
has been the guest of the Mi. Mi.-and
and Mi.-and Eunice Kills.
ses Lois
Preserve your artistic BoTird of
Trade certificate by having it framed
at the Ocala News Co.
Don't suffer with heat. Stop at the
Court Pharmacy and cool off while en enjoying
joying enjoying a dish of that good ice cream.
Mrs. C. I,. Moore and her charming
daughter. .Miss Clara, are having an
enjoyable visit to Daytona.
I larmony
thf-m away.
3-".e. a tin
Tc; leu in
uffice Drugstores
.. r. IM Dennett returned this morn morning
ing morning to Punnellon. to look after his
plumbing contract there.
If you want to find your friend while
down town, go to the Court Pharmacy
they all meet there.
If you want to sec a busy prescrip prescription
tion prescription counter, look in at the Court
Pharmacy's prescription department.
Mr. Frank Mathews
morning to Dunnelion.
building a tine boat for
returned this
where he is
the Camps.
You can
money by purchasing
rebound books at the
! Ocala News
Mr. J. G. Ferguson, after a visit
his family here, left this morning
attend to his luislness In Lakeland.
While shopping-, stop and cool off at
the Court Tharmacy. We are not after
money; just want your company.
Mrs. R. M. Fllnn and children re returned
turned returned yesterday afternoon from their
visit to relatives in South Carolina.
Rexall shaving lotion, a delightful
antiseptic after shaving. Cleric's I'ost I'ost-offiee
offiee I'ost-offiee Drugstores.
Sr. and Mrs. J. P.
morning for a brief
Alala ma.
Galloway left this
visit to friends in
Miss .Tuanita Lytle of Stanton passed
thru town today on her way for a visit
to friends in Jacksonville.
MKN fuir illustrated catalogue ex explains
plains explains how we teach barher trade in
few weeks, mailed free. Moler Darber
College, Atlanta, Ga.
Mr. Joe Lester,
town today. Joe
the hat man, is in
makes quite a HIT
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 Tharm Tharm-acy.
acy. Tharm-acy. Send or phone 284.
Mr. W. J. Crosby of Citra is again
able to be out and attend to his work
as chairman of the board of county
"I was cured of diarrhoea by one
dose of Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy," writes M K.
Gebhardt, Oriole. Pa. There Is nothing
better. For sale by all dealers.
Mr. A. J. Albritton of Durbank wa
in town today, on business with the
county commissioners.
"Were all medicines as meritorious
as Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy the world would
be much better oft and the percentage
of suffering greatly decreased." writes
Lindsay Scott, of Temple. Ind. For
sale by all dealers.
Dr. TT.
his visit
even for
C (.roves has returned from
to Chicago. He says he got
some things while up there.
One of the most common ailments
that hard working people are afflicted
with is lame back. Apply Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Liniment twice a day and mas massage
sage massage the party thoroughly at each ap application,
plication, application, ard you will get quick re relief.
lief. relief. For sale by all dealers.
'uinty Commissioner Henderson of
Lynn was accompanied to town this
morning by his two sons. Edward and
William, the former a graduate of our
high school and possessing many
friends in the citv.
LOST Somewhere bet ween
ha avenue and Seaboard dopot
gold pin. shape of violet with
.enter. If returned to Mr,
tinder will be rewarded.
Okla wa wa-.
. wa-. a solid
p.arl in
The odor of stale
the body can be got:
en rid of bv
u sing
a little of DARr.YS riiOPHYLACTIC
FLUID in the bath tub. It purifies the
.vkin thoroughly anil lends a refreshing
influence to th bafli. Price large bot bottle.
tle. bottle. 50c. Sold by all druggists.


Mr. M. A. Faasett has done some something
thing something unusual. He has bought and
had shipped from North Carolina a
carload of fine watermelon", and will
supply the same to the people of
Ocala, to whom they have been an un unknown
known unknown luxury at this time of year.
Phone Mr Fausett and order a melon,
for they will not last long.
Mr. Oris
Mrs. A. II.
R. Boone, son
Boone, died at
Mr. and
home of
his parents
in this city yesterday
This youn? man was born in Mas Mas-cotte,
cotte, Mas-cotte, Fla., 23 years ago. and came to
Ocala with his parent? about a year
ago. He was a victim of tuberculosis,
to cure which his parents made every
effort, including a trip to New Mexico
and employment of the best medical
skill. He has been confined to his
room for the last five months, and
during the last week suffered greatly.
His mind was clear to the last. He
knew everyone and tried to make the
burden of their sorrow lighter by the
brave and patient way in which he
bore hi sufferings.
Mr. F.oone. besides his parents left
to mourn his death, three sisters, the
baby Bernice, Miss Jessie Boone and
Mrs. W. S. C. Yonge, and one brother,
Mr. Robert Boone of Jacksonville.
Melver & MacKay had charge of the
funeral arrangements and the ser-j
vices were held at their chapel this
morning. A large number of friends
was present, and many lovely flowers
were laid on the bier. The services
were conducted by Rev. Campbell
Gray. Messrs. Claude Haycraft, Ralph
McCorkle, Clarence Elaloek. Lawton
liailey, Harry McCorkle and Snow were
the pallbearers. The remains were
laid for their final rest in Greenwood
Mr. It. C. Muncaster, the live wire
secretary of the Ocala Hoard of Trade,
will leave tomorrow night for Kissim Kissim-tnee
tnee Kissim-tnee to attend the first meeting of the
State Chamber of Commerce. Mr.
Muncaster will make an effort to get
the next meeting, and in fact, all of the j
suD.-c'infiu meetings oi ine association
for Ocala as lie will endeavor to have
Ocala named as the permanent head headquarters
quarters headquarters of the State Chamber of Com Commerce.
merce. Commerce. Mtop and look at the framed cer certificates
tificates certificates of membership in the Ocala
Hoard of Trade at Tex Martin's win
.low. If you do not possess one of
these certificates set one from Mr.
Muncaster and have Tex frame It for
Mr. Howard Walters, one of the
druggists of the Court Pharmacy, is off
for his vacation. Part of the time Mr.
Walters will spend with his brother,
lr. Harry Walters at Fort McCoy, and
part of the time at Coleman with rel relatives.
atives. relatives. Mrs. Walters will accompany
Mr. W. V. Newso,m, .Tr., whose life
was despaired of only a few weeks
ago. is now able to be around, some some-what
what some-what thinned out, but as live a ever.
Mrs. Jessie Hayeraft left this morn morn-ins?
ins? morn-ins? for Atlanta, from which place she
will vis
firm of
it the western emporiums of
to select fall Roods for the
Haycraft and DeCamp.
Mr. A. W. DeCamp is aide to be up
again and fill his duties as bookkeeper
for the Ocala Lumber and Supply Com Company.
pany. Company. Mrs. M. C. Looney and son, George
returned today from a visit to Mrs. L,
R. Chazal. Mrs. Looney has tempor
arily closed her excellent boarding
house, and in a day or sv will leave for
a visit to frlend-j In the northern
Mr. J. M. McCorkle Is home from a
visit to the Carolina mountains, where
he left Mrs. McCorkle, who will return
when cool weather sets In.
Mrs, H. A. Doley, who has been In
llaltimore for some time, arrived In
Jacksonville Tuesday via the Mer
chants and Miners Line and went from
there to visit her sister. Mrs. Boley Is
much improved In health. DeLand
What Arc You Paying?
3 Cans Van Camp's Deans
FloruJa Tomatoes, large size.... 10c
Florida Tomatoes, small size, 3
for... ... ..... 2.c
Swift's Premium Hams per lb 17?c
Diamond C Hams per lb 17?2C
Fatorite Corn, 3 Cans for 2."5c
Cracker Boy Coffee per lb 30c
Lord De La Ware Soup per can. .6c
Large. Ducket Cottoleae $1.30
Medium Bucket Cottolene 50c
Best Creamery Butter per lb. .33c
In 3 lb. lots from the tub (i. e.
not prints) $1.00
3 Packages Jello and Ice Cream
Powder 25c
.1 Packages Upton's Jelly Tab Tablets
lets Tablets 2oC
3 Sunbeam Cornflakes 22c
3 Cans 3c. Gold Evaporated Milk 10c
3 Packages Dutch Cleanser 2c
3 Cans Van Camp's Hominy zzzc
15U lbs. Granulated Sugar. .$1.00
ml Conntrv Illenrf Tea per lb. .30c;
.1 Gallons Oil
Full Cream Cheese per lb....
Fresh Rulk Oatmeal per lb...
. .00c
. .20c
Heinz Vinegar per gallon....
Salt Bacon per lb
13 lbs. Yhole Grain KIce for
. .35c
. .14c
21-lb. Sack Henry Clay Flour $1.00
12-lb. Sack Henrv Clay Flour 50c
Cream of Wheat per package
. l."c
Wesson Cooking Oil
Compound Lartl
Fine Irlh Potatoes per perk..
. .3V



This week will be full of good things
for the patrons of the Air Dome. A
beautiful gold clock will be given as
a prize Saturday night. Tickets all
this week will be good as chances on
it. See the clock in the candy case at
the Court Pharmacy.
Martin Chuzzlewit. Charles Dickens'
famous work, will be shown In a three
reel feature by the Vitagraph Com Company
pany Company this week.
Following will "be the prozram for
this evening:
"All in the Wash." Comic.
"Just Married." Comic.
"The Eand President's Son." Drama.
"The Love of an Island Maid." Show Showing
ing Showing mountain and ocean scenes on the
coast of California.
If Fire Chief Chambers went fishing
on a hot day and took his dog Barney
along and the fish hook got caught in
the dog's tongue, would it tear his
pants? Well, we will start on an another
other another big week tonight with Irving
Wheeler the great eccentric tramp
comedian as our vaudeville feature.
This young man has the reputation of
being one of the finest wooden shoed
dancers that ever came through this
state, and this together with his good,
clean, up-to-date comedy songs ought
to make a pretty fine act. Many of our
regular patrons will be pleasantly sur-
to learn that Mabel Paige, the
clever little actress who is so popular
through the South, will be featured in
"The Realistic Rehearsal," which we
will have as a feature here Thursday
night. The pictures tonight are:
"The Evil Inheritance." A fine
"Indian Summer." Don't miss this
"The Farm and the Flat." A great
an extra
tine show to offer you.
in perfect condition and
viz: "Jilted." a drama,
which are laid in New
The films are
well assorted,
the scenes of
and Florida: 'Meeting
a side-splitting comedy.
pne Land
of Promise. "a drama, deal-
ing with
i youny Mexican couple who
after a hard struggle with fate
happiness in southern California.
The iced air and ice water will le
in evident. We give three prizes and
the price will be five cents to all no
more no less. We are going to give
you this week six of the best shows
you can possibly ask for and are sure
they will more than please you. Don't
forget the big fun show, Wednesday
night, the night the amateurs get
busy and da their best to please you.
Let every one come out. as we have a
goodly number of amateurs promised
and we also have a great picture pro program
gram program for that night.
AlTOnOllll.l' I.IP LOST
Lost. somewhere' between South
Third street and Kendrick, on the
hard road, the oil bowl of an automo automobile
bile automobile tall light. Finder will please re return
turn return to Star office.
Generally fair except showers ex extreme
treme extreme north portii.n tonight or Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. Mrs. T. H. Mills and children are at
t'lemington, visiting and helping to
nurse Mrs. Mills' mother, Mrs. F. K.
Smoak, who is quite sick.
Miss Elise Weir and guest. Miss Ap Apple
ple Apple Redditt of Citra, will leave today
for Daytona Deach, where they will
remain two or three weeks. Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville Sun.
Martin Chuzzlewit Is one of Charles
Dickens most famous works. TCvery
person in Ocala should see it when it
is shown at the Air Dome the last of
this week.
WANTED To exchange 1B0 acres
of land for city property. Land locat located
ed located on hard road, four miles from the
city limits of Ocala. Address C. H.
Stuart, 99 Daugherty street. Ocala, Fla.
A large number of railroad men, em employes
ployes employes of the Atlantic Coast Line, held
a meeting at Lakeland Sunday to con consider
sider consider the proposition of asking the
company for a raise in wages.
To the people who like beautiful
water scenes, the pictures at the Air
Dome tonight will be especially pleas pleasing
ing pleasing as a picture taken on the coast of
California will be shown, with ti.e
mountains as a background.
Everybody Interested In motorcycle
races at the lair grouna on i nursuay
afternoons this summer are requested
to meet at the Temple Theater Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday afternoon at 5 o'clock. Get to together
gether together and start something.
The Ocala News Co. has on display
in its winoow a ueaumui ti ui im imported
ported imported China tea cups that will be
given as the first prize at the Air
Dome tomorrow night. The winner ?
this set will be very lucky indeed.
Mr. Charles, the young man vh
won tne umorena ai me .vir uu;n-
Saturday night, was so greatly pleas
ed with his prize that he was round oy
his room mate at the Arms House, sit
ting in the middle of his bed. at two
o'clock In the morning opening and
closing the umbrella and admiring it
In general.
Mr. "N". K. McGahagin. Jr., so well
and favorably remcmoerea nere. nas
just returned to his business in Tam
pa, after a brief vacation in ortn
Carolina, where he left his wire ana
daughter to spend the remainder of
the summer. "Ernest" is one of the
many Marion county boys who are
making good In the big gulf city.
A collision occurred on the Silver
Springs road, near the cemeter. j e-
terday afternoon, between Mr. j. r.
Williams' auto and a motorcycle rid ridden
den ridden by Mr. G. Morgan. Mr. Williams'
auto was behtnd that of Mr. Seymour.
which stopped. Mr. Williams turned
out to piss Mr. Seymour's machine,
and met the motorcycle heal on. Both
machines were damaged but nobody
was hurt. The motorcycle suffered
most, but a few dollars worth of re repairs
pairs repairs will make it as sood as new. It
is the fine Harley-Davidson machine
ivr.n tiv Mr. Lawton liailey in the raf-
ile a few weeks ago.
Qtonrv-n nn a. rustv nail ha? been
the cause of many cases of lockjaw
The nail was not so much the fault a-
r.f thA wo'ind. If such wounds
were cleansed and BALLARD'S LI XI
mfvt ar.r.iifii ther? woull be no lock-
- 1 - J f
jaw, as the antiseptic properties o
the liniment would counteract the
I oison
and the wound would heal
tie. At
Price 23c, "0c
all druggists.
and fl per bot-
Moose meet Thursday evening.

gives yon a certain prestige and standing in the world
of business and linancec. There's respect for the man
with an
Account in Our Bank
It shows (hat be has adopted up-to-date besiness methods,
that he saves his money and knows the reliable reputa reputation
tion reputation of OUR BANK.

H. D. STOKES. Csh!r.

xt $eKlon Open Sept. 17, 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 200 per cent Increase In at attendance
tendance attendance during the past three j-ears.
Leader in athletics and other form3 of
.student activities. Send for catalog.
. A. A. MURFIIREE, President.

YviOXOCCq 7 HJ-lwim C7hai" -250
"The Motorcycle with a Thousand Speeds!"

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

Thi device enable the Indian rider to regulate his
peed 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 for Marion County OCALA, FLORIDA

WEATHKi: Ki;ruuT
Following are the meteorological
conditions that prevailed during1 the
twenty-four hours up to sunset yester yesterday:
day: yesterday: Fair; southwest winds.
Minimum temperature,
Maximum, f0 "degrees.
Average, 80 degrees.
".2 degrees.
Generally fair except showers
treme south portion tonight or
FOR RENT A six-room cottage.
Apply to Dr. Fuller.
FOR RENT Two or three rooms,
furnished for light housekeeping in
the new Dierman flat, opposite the
postoffice. Inquire upstairs at the
building or at the Star office.
FOR RENT Offices In Holder build building.
ing. building. Apply to Davis & Martin.
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms
for light housekeeping; first floor
rront, all conveniences, includir.g gas
ttove. half block from A. C. L. depot.
No. 24 Oklawaha avenue.
FOR RENT 121 South Watula
street. 2-story, seven rooms, large lot.
$13. II. C. Fackham.
Two five room cottages for rent;
new and well located. Apply to F. W.
Master Edward Connor, a skilled
boatman and wimmer of North Lake
Weir, wa- visitin-- his cala friends j
Mr. C. A. Trmere of Eelleview was
in town today, on business before the
board of county commissioners.
Mrs. Edward Holler and Mis. Mis.-Bullock
Bullock Mis.-Bullock have returned from
trip in Mrs. Holder's car to
Mr. Francis Webber drove the
Mr. R. E. Yonue returned last night
from a visit t his son in Jacksonville.
He says that Rossse iJ stronaer and
was able to takv a long ridr- Saturday.
Barne y
miscreant shi-d a
Turney, the efficient
i .1 .
rock at
bas"ga ge
after the
mas.ner on .-unnyjuu, .njniy
train left Dunnelion
The rock came thru
car ar.d hit a trunk
Mr. Tarnfv. As he
that he knows .f. hi
ciden: was due to t
Saturday night.
the door of the
in a foot or so of
has no enemies
: supposes the In In-he
he In-he freak of some
f jol.
C. Bybee. teaming contractor liv liv-t
t liv-t CC Keeling Court, Canton. 111.,
in? at
is now
well rid of a severe and annoy-
ir.g case
of kidney trouble. His back
pained and he was
headaches and dizzy
Foley Kidney Pills
and in a few days I
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Levon. Aug. 10. Mr. P. H. Hill of
Dade City came up Saturday on a visit
to Mrs. "llill, and the babies.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rhodes of Jack Jack-sonville
sonville Jack-sonville are spending a week with Mr.
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The many friends of Mr. Alfred
Oliver will learn with regret that he Is
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several days' visit to her daughter,
Mrs. John Culpepper In Levon, has re returned
turned returned to her home.
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ing visiting Miss Julia Waters this week.
Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Perry were bus business
iness business visitors to Ocala Thursday.
Dr. T. K. Slaughter, Messrs. Ernest
and Joe Rhodes paid Ocala a visit
Messrs. Stark Perry, Charlie Carter
and Warren Smith attended the Ice
cream party at Pedro Thursday night.
Mr. W. J. Frink and Mesdames A. H.
Goodwin, R. R. Rhodes and Joe
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noon. afternoon. Mrs. Robert Carter of Terrell Is
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Levon this week.
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a business visitor to Levon Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Perry attended
the barbecue at Oxford Saturday.
m !Ti:itr sma: of heal estath
Not: i !ier ly yivc-n that under
and bv virtue of a decree of the Hon.
W. S." Bullock, judge of the circuit
court of the fifth Judicial circuit of
Florida, in and for Marion ceunty. In
chancery sitting, rendered on the 24th
dav of July, A. D. 1912. In a certain
cause pending in said court wherein
the city of Ocala, a municipal corpora corporation,
tion, corporation, etc., is complainant, and Thomas
H. Fatio is defendant, the under undersigned
signed undersigned as special master In chancery,
will, on
Muud:i, the ecal limy of September,
. ii. i sua,
at the -outh door of the court house
in (t-ala. Marlon county, Florida, be between
tween between tne hours of eleven o'clock a.
m. and two o'clock p. m., offer
for sale at public sale and will
sell to the highest and best bidder for
ash the folio win ir described property,
t'.-wit: N'Tth half of lot four, block
Ik, .'ew Survey South, Ocala. Marlon
county, Florida, or so much thereof as
may be necessary to satisfy said final
decree and costs. Joseph Bell.
As Special Master in Chancery.
Carlos L Sistrunk.
Complainant's Solicitor.
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4kss tin of Florida.
No'ee H hereby given that W. C.
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No dated the 1st day of June, A.
i l'.it. has hied said certificate In my
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itw. Said certii'ieate embraces the fol fol-1
1 fol-1 ,i -.virr-r de- ribed property situated In
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M jari'i item.; asess-ij m-
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Berny Makes a Discovery.
It was near eleven o'clock on that
same Sunday morning:, when Berny,
wrappered and heavy-eyed, emerged
from her room. She shuffled down the
passage to the dining-room, sending
her voice before her In a shrill sum summons
mons summons to the Chinaman. The morning
papers were scattered over the table
as Dominick had left them and sJie
gathered them up, sitting sidewise in

her chair and running her eye down
their columns, while the servant set
out her breakfast. She was still sleepy,
and frequent yawns interrupted her
perusal of the lines of print which in interested
terested interested her above all written matter.
A kimono clothed her slim form and
from beneath its hem her foot pro protruded,
truded, protruded, thrust bare into a furred slip slipper.
per. slipper. She folded the paper over to
bring the society column into a prom prominence
inence prominence easy of access, and, propping it
up against a bowl of fruit, read as she
ate her breakfast.
Toward the end of the meal she in inquired
quired inquired of the servant at what time her
husband had gone out, and received
the reply that Mr. Ryan had had bis
breakfast and left the flat two hours
earlier. There was nothing discon disconcerting
certing disconcerting or unusual about this, as Domi Dominick
nick Dominick always went for a walk on fine
Sunday mornings, but her mind was

far from easy and she Immediately ;
fell to wondering why he had departed j
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them there.
She left the dining-room and walked
up the hallway to the parlor, her head
drooped, anxieties gnawing at her.
The little rocm was flooded with sun sunshine,
shine, sunshine, and she parted the lace cur curtains
tains curtains and, throwing up the window,
leaned out. The rich, enveloping
warmth surrounded her, clasped her,
seemed to sink deep into her and
thaw her apprehensions that were so
cold at her heart. She drew in the
sweet, sMll air. that did not stimulate
but that had In It something of a
crystalline youth and freshness, like
the air of an untainted world, con

cerned with nothing but the joy of
living. The scents of flowers were in
it; the mellowness of the earth and its

fruits. Peace was the messaee o

tranquil Sunday morning, peace

in the sunshine, in the sound of bells ;
with which the air was full, in the
fall of feet light, joyous feet on the :
pavement, in the voices of passers-by ;
and the laughter, sweet and broken, :
of children. It was not right for any
one to harbor cankering cares on such ;
a day. The earth was happy, aban abandoned
doned abandoned to the sunshine, irresponsible,
care free, rejoicing in the perfect mo- ;
ment. The woman felt the restoring j
processes that Nature, In Its tireless i
generosity, offers to all who will take
them. She felt eased of her troubles,
soothed and cheered, as though the en enwrapping
wrapping enwrapping radiance that bathed her
held an opiate for jangled nerves.
Blinking in the brightness she leaned
nn the window-sill, immovable, quieted,
feeling the warmth suffuse her and
dissipate those alarms that half an
hour earlier had been so chill and
As she dressed, the sense of well-being
and confidence Increased. She
looked very well this morning. Since
Dominick's return she had looked
haggard and thin. Sometimes she had
seemed to see, showing shadowy
through her reflected face In the mir mirror,
ror, mirror, the lines and hollows of that face
when time should have put a stamp on
it that neither massage nor pigments
would efface. A sudden moment of
revelation showed her herself as an
old woman, her nose pointed, her

mouth a thin, tight line. This morn morning
ing morning the glass gave her back none of
these disconcerting hints. She was at
her best, and as she dressed carefully
and slowly, she had the satisfaction of
seeing that each added article of ap apparel
parel apparel Increased her good looks. When
she finally put on her new hat the
one she had bought In celebration of
Dominick's return and over it tied a
white and black dotted veil, she was
so gratified with the picture she pre presented
sented presented that she was reluctant to leave
it and pirouetted slowly before the
glass, surveying her back and side
views, and finally lifting her skirt that
she might see the full effect of her
lilac petticoat as it burst into sight
in an ebullition of pleats and frills.
Walking up the avenue she was
bridlingly conscious that her brilliant
appearance drew its tribute of glances.

Many people looked at her, and their

Hannah's housekeeping, and, loath to
lose a moment of the sunshine, deter determined
mined determined to walk down to Van Ness ave avenue
nue avenue and there catch an outgoing car
to the park. It was the middle of the
afternoon and the great thoroughfare
lay still and idle In the slanting light.
There was something foreign, almost
tropical in its vista, in the scene that
hung like a drop curtain at the limit
of sight pale blue hlll3 dotted with
ochre-colored houses In lie back background
ground background of sky deep in tint, the foliage
dark against It as If printed upon its
intense glaring blue, in the sharp lines
of palms and spiky leaves crossing
stuccoed walls. The people that
moved slowly along the sidewalks fit fitted
ted fitted into this high-colored exotic set setting.
ting. setting. There was no hurry or crowding
among them. They progressed with
an un-American deliberation, tasting
the delicate sweetness of the air. re rejoicing
joicing rejoicing in the sky and the sun, paus pausing
ing pausing to look at the dark bushiness of a
dracaena against a wash of blue, the
skeleton blossom of a Century plant,
the pool of thick scarlet made by a
parterre of geranium.
The three sisters Hannah and
Pearl leading, Berny and Hazel walk walking
ing walking behind with Josh fared buoyant buoyant-;
; buoyant-; ly down the street. As they passed,
i they commented on the houses and
I their inmates. They had plenty of
stories of the dwellers in those solemn
palaces, many of whom were people
whose humble beginnings they knew
by heart, and whose rapid rise had
been watched almost awe-stricken by
an admiring and envious community.

As the Ryan house loomed into view
their chatter ceased and their eyes,
serious with staring attention, were
; fixed on the mansion which had so
i stubbornly closed its doors on one of
i them. Sensations of varying degrees
of animosity stirred in each of them,
except the child, still too young to be
tainted by the corroding sense of
. worldly injustice. She skipped along
sidewise, her warm, soft hand clasped
: In her Aunt Hannah's decently-gloved
palm. Some wave or vibration of the
intense feelings of her elders passed
, to her, and as they drew nearer the
house she, too, began to grow grave,
and her skipping quieted down into a
sober walk.
! "That's Uncle Dominick's house.
Isn't it?" she said to Hannah,
j Hannah nodded. By far the most
amiable and wide-minded of the sis sis-;
; sis-; ters, she could not rise above the
; sense of rankling indignation that she
felt against the Ryans for their treat treat-;
; treat-; ment of Berny.
! "That's the biggest house in San
; Francisco," said Pearl aver her shoul shoul-i
i shoul-i der to her parents. "Ain't it, Popper?"
! "I guess it is," answered Josh, giv giv-!
! giv-! ing his head a confirmatory wag, "and
' even if it ain't, it's big enough, (he
1 Lord knows!"

"I can't see what a private family
wants with all that room," said Han Hannah
nah Hannah with a condemnatory air. "There
must be whole sootes of rooms on that
upper floor that nobody lives in."
"Don't you fret. They're all occu occupied,"
pied," occupied," said Berny. "Each one of them


T, 1 1

Xfn At

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; Mus-; ing Moment.
largely represented. The outdoor am am-j
j am-j phlth.eater of filled benches was to her
j what the ball-room and the glittering
j horseshoe at the opera are to the worn worn-;
; worn-; an of society. She saw many old
i friends among the throng, girls who
; had been contemporaries of hers when
i she had first "gone to work," and had
; long since married in their own world
! and now dragged children by the hand.

She looked them over with an almost
passionate curiosity, discomfltted to
see the fresh youth of some, and
pleased to note that others looked
weighed down with maternal cares.
Berny regarded women who had chil children
dren children as fools, and the children grouped
about these mothers of her own age
three and four sometimes, with the
husband carrying a baby were to her
only annoying, burdensome creatures
that made the party seem a little ri ridiculous,
diculous, ridiculous, and had not half the im im-pressiveness
pressiveness im-pressiveness or style of her elegant
costume and lilac frills.
(Continued Monday)

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Cannon Rose From His Chair.
stirred again and mado her forget the
society column and let her Spanish
omelet grow cold.
There was something strange about
Dominick since he had come back,
something that intrigued her, that she
could not satisfactorily explain. She
assured herself that he was still angry,
but in the deeper places of her under understanding
standing understanding the voice that whispers the
truth and will not be gainsaid told her
it was not that. Neither was it ex exactly
actly exactly antagonism. In a way he had
been studiously kind and polite to her,
a sort of consciously-guarded polite politeness,
ness, politeness, such as one might practice to a
guest with whom one was Intimate
without being friendly. She tried to
explain to herself just what this

change was, and when It came to put putting
ting putting the matter in words she could
not find the right ones. It was a cold coldness,
ness, coldness, a coldness that was not harsh
and did not express itself in actions or
phrases. It was deeper; It was ex exhaled
haled exhaled from the inner places of his be being.
ing. being. Sometimes as she talked to him she
would meet his eyes fixed on her with
a deep, vacant glance, which she sud suddenly
denly suddenly realized was unseeing and un unheeding.
heeding. unheeding. In the evening as he sat
reading in the cramped confines of
the den she surreptitiously watched

him and saw that a moment often
came when he dropped his book, and
with hi3 long body limp in the arm armchair,
chair, armchair, his chin sunk on his breast,
would sit with a brooding gaze fixed
on nothing. Once, as he was dream dreaming
ing dreaming this way, she said suddenly:
"What are you thinking of, Domi Dominick?
nick? Dominick? Antelope?"
He started and turned upon her a
face that had reddened consciously.
"Why should I think of Antelope?"
he said, and she was aware that her
remark had startled him and mado
him uncomfortable.
"For no particular reason," 6he an answered
swered answered lightly; "you Just looked as if
you were thinking of something a long
way off."
She tried to reassure herself that it
all rose from the quarrel. To believe
that comforted her and 'gave her con confidence,
fidence, confidence, but It was hard to think It,
for not only did her own instinct pro proclaim
claim proclaim against it, but Dominick's man manner
ner manner and attitude were in distinct refu refutation
tation refutation of any such theory. He was
not sullen, he was absent; ho was not
resentful, he was indifferent. And in
small outward ways he tried to pleas
her, which was not after the manner
of a sore and anery man. On this
very Sunday he had agreed to meet
her and her family in the park at the
band stand at four. She always dined
with her sisters on Sunday and if
the weather was fine they went to the
park and listened to the music. It
was nearly a year now since Dominick
had joined these family parties, pre preferring
ferring preferring to walk on the Presidio hills
and the Cliff Houso beach with a
friend from the bank. But on the eve evening
ning evening before he had promised to meet
them; been quite agreeable about it,
Berny had thought, when her plead pleadings
ings pleadings and imcortiujiiiias had finally ex-

sldelong admiration was an even more 1 has their own particular soote. Cornie

exhilarating tonic than the sunshine.
She walked with a light, elastic step,
spreading perfume on the air, her

progress accompanied by a rich seduc- j
tive rustle. Once or twice she passed

members of that exclusive world from
which she had stolen Dominick. She
swept by them, languidly indifferent,
her eyes looking with glacial hauteur
over their heads. The sound made by
her brushing silk petticoats was grati grati-fyingly
fyingly grati-fyingly aggressive. She Imparted to
them a slight disdainful swing, and
lifted her dress skirt daintily higher,
conscious of the impeccable amplitude
of her emerging lilac frills.
The habit of dining with her own
people on Sunday had been one she
had never abandoned, even in the first
aspiring days of her marriage. It was
a sort of family reunion and at first
Dominick had been a not unwilling
participant in its domestic festivities.
The solid bourgeois respectability of
his wife's relations appealed to him.
For all his advantages in money and
education he was of the same class
himself, and while Berny was, if not a
beloved spouse, a yet endurable one,
he had found the Sunday gatherings
and subsequent hejira to the park not
entirely objectionable. For over a year
now he had escaped from it, pleading
the need of open air and exercise, and
his 6isters-in-law, who had at first pro protested,
tested, protested, had grown used to his absence
and accepted it as something to bear
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"And there's twelve indoor serv servants,"
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of space for them. Twelve servants,
just think of it!"
"Twelve servants!" ejaculated Han Hannah
nah Hannah almost with a groan. "Well, that
don't seem lo me right."
They were close tg the house now
and silence fell on them, as though
the antagonism of its owners was ex

haled upon them from the mansion's
aggressive bulk, like an unspoken
curse. They felt overawed, and at the
same time proud that one of their
number should have even the most
distant affiliations with a family too
exclusive to know her. The women
with their more responsive and sensi sensitive
tive sensitive natures felt it more delicately
than Josh, who blunderingly expressed
one of the thoughts of the moment by.
"Some day you'll live in there, Ber Berny,
ny, Berny, and boss the twelve servants."
"Rats!" said Berny, giving her head

an angry toss. i a ratner live m my
flat and boss Sing."
Josh's whistle of facetious incredul incredulity
ity incredulity died away incomplete, for at that
moment the hall door opened and a
portly masculine shape emerged upon
the porch. Berny, at the first glance,
was not sure of Its identity, but her
doubts were dispelled by her brother-in-law's
quick sentence, delivered on

the rise of a surprised breath. j
"Bill Cannon, by gum! What's' he i
doing there?" j
This name, as powerful to conjure
with in the city as in the mining-;
camps, cast its instantaneous spell up-!
on the sisters, who stared avid-eyed
upon the great man. He for his part
seemed oblivious to their glances and
to their presence. He stood on the j
top step for a musing moment, looking
down with that sort of filmy fixity of
gaze which is noticeable in the glance
of the resting eagle. His appearance
was a last crowning touch to the
proud, unapproachable distinction of
the Ryans.
"Don't he look as if he was think thinking?"
ing?" thinking?" said Hazel in a whisper. "I
wonder what's on his mind."
"Probably that Monday's pay-day
and he don't know whether h can
scratch through," said the jocose Josh.
Berny did not say anything. She
felt the interest in Cannon that sho
did in all conquering, successful peo people,
ple, people, and in her heart it gave her a
sense of added importance to t:.:nk
that the family she had married into
and who refused to know her was on
friendly terras with the Bonanza King.
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The Weak Spot.
All the day's provisions except th
butter were ordered by telephone. The
housekeeper came to the store to pick
that out herself.
"That is a peculiarity of many
women," said the grocer. "No matter
how long they have been trading with
a grocer cr a butcher, no matter how
reliable they may know him to be,
they make a hobby of one certain com commodity
modity commodity on which they distrust his
judgment. Everything else may be
ordered by telephone or through the
clerks, but they Insist upon coming
to the store and picking out that par particular
ticular particular article. Some women want to
sort out the eggs, others must taste
and smell the butter, or maybe it is
the tea or the coffee or the cheese
they are suspicious about. It's a
queer notion. If they can trust us in
other things it stands to reason that
we'd give a square deal all the way
through, but these doubting Thomases
will take no chances."

seats in front of

md stand in the

park, and. settling th-c-mselves with a
great rustling and preening of plum plumage,
age, plumage, prepared to enjoy the music. Han Hannah
nah Hannah and Ptarl were given two cLa:r3
at the end of a row, and Hazel and
Berny, with Josh as escort, secured
four on the line immediately behind.
Dominick had rot yet appeared, so the
Fitters spread their skirts ever a va vacant
cant vacant eat between them, and Berny, in
the intervals of inspecting the people
around her, sent exploring glances
about for the tall figure of her hus husband.
band. husband. Sh1 was very fond cf the park and
band stand cn such Sunday afternoons.
To go there had been one of the great
diversions of her girlhood. Sh loved
to lock at this holiday gathering of all
types, among which her own class was

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Merchants Cafe. A. C. U Meals a la carte and
iar.y hour.

depot cr

lunches at


Union Square
Clean, Comfortable, Convenient and Home-Like Hotel,

the American and European Plans.

American Plan, 2 per day and up. European Plan. fl.OO per day and J

Special Weekly Hates.
Churchill & Co.

Effective June 9lli

Ocala Northern Railroa

will sell round trip tickyts from all points on it h line

one wayrate, on Sunday only

Gen. Pass. Agent





In Automobile

You will find this shop a sure pi

for iuick an 1 expert repair work,
always have an emergency repair
ready for use and it is at your ser
whenever you need It. aMny tl
autos can be repaired right on

spot and sent on their way wit!
coming here at all. Autos for )

any hour of the day or night.

Florida Auto Sales Co.

North ot Government Buildinn

Ocala. FI

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New Hotel Astd

frl L'X.-V Hir 2 W Ct

Corner Bay and Hogan Sts

Jacksonville, Flori
RATES: $l and Up
Hot and Cold Itunnlns Water

Telephone in Bach Room. Free Ba

i.kst hooms m:T nr.D5

Take Street Car at Union Station
Wet off at Hogan Street.