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Probably there is n question that
lias r-eeived more attention and dis discussion
cussion discussion thin the one relating to the
ohs-rv.ince of the first day of the
week. This question comes up at
almut regular intervals and a?ain re receives
ceives receives the thresliin out that the sub subject
ject subject stems always to demand.
It is croj.j.ln out now in the ex expressed
pressed expressed determination of certain or organizations
ganizations organizations in til nortliern and west western
ern western parts- of the state, to put an end
to all forms of public- amusement and
to all traffic on the day of the week,
Invariably. tho movement starts
with an attempt to enforce that law
found on the statute books prohibiting
trade and public amusements. Adher Adherents
ents Adherents of the close Sunday law always
rely upon the written words of the
law and always appeal to force to car carry
ry carry out their ideas on the subject.
II;nci it is well if we examine into the
question of where we Ad our ideas
on the observance of the so-called
Tlie ancient Hebrew construed the
fourth commandment as uivinij him
the riht to enforce the Sabbath ob observance
servance observance by laws of liis own, and
while he miht personally, and as
nation, violate all of the other nine
commandments, yet he made especial
regulations reiardinf the enforcement
of the fourth and compelled the people
to comply with those regulations until
they became so onerous that our Sav Savior
ior Savior remarked that he despised their
Sabbaths, and showed by his own ac actions
tions actions that he would not consider the
man made regulations, liowever vrill vrill-inn
inn vrill-inn lie was to fulfill the divine law to
tiie last jot and title.
We do not hear much of the strict
observance of Sunday as a day of
rest for a iood many hundred years
after the dispersion of the Jews.
The laws on which t he Florida
statutes concerning Sunday are based,
were first incorporated Into the writ written
ten written law of Knyland. more than two
hundred and sixty years ao. at a time
when, according to a historical writer,
ICnland was at the most disracefur
point in her history.
At the adoption of the constitution
of this state it was stated that all of
he laws of Kniiland in force in this
country previous to the year 177.
were the laws of this state, unless
modified '' statute.
'nt- laws of the reivrn of Charles the
Second were thus brought over to
tills state. Frequent revisions were
made from time to time, but the laws
all bring down to us the usages utel
customs of more than twi eenturies
and a half a-o. in England. In the
year l7!i the present law, with one
modification, was placed upon our
statute books, and we have been vir
tually governed by conditions that
prevailed in another country so re remote
mote remote In time that they bear not the
slightest relation to the actual condi conditions
tions conditions here and now.
The result has been, s was to be
expected, that the laws have not been
enforced and are practically dead let-?
ters. Law. as has often been said, is
public opinion, and when public opin opinion
ion opinion does, not sustain a written law,
that law inevitably becomes a failure
and of no effect.
These societies of youny people Who
ore just now discovering that there Is
a written law to back them in their
attempts to make the people obey by
force the fourth commandment, are
more than likely to make new discov
eries in regard to the force of public
The law delivered from Mount Sinai
was addressed to Individual conscience.
and the penalty for its violation is a
matter between the Iaw Giver and the
individual. The state has no power to
enforce on the individual any specific
regulation as to how lie shall spend
The state can, of course, make and
enforce reasonable rules that will
compel the individual to so conduct
himself on that day, as well as all
others, in a manner that will not an
noy or injure those around him. That
is as far as the state can go, and that
is as far as public opinion will sus
tain the state.
The young people who are now so
much enthused over the proposed
crusade should remember that all ip.
quisitions. all the drastic laws, all the
force o'f man have never made men
more religious nor more willing to
attend church. The Savior of the
world never made any threats of en enforcing
forcing enforcing the law. He attempted to
draw the world after him. not to
draw them before him.
For the Fntlre Nation In Strong Poa Poa-lllllt
lllllt Poa-lllllt Tweatjr-Mne Matr-a Itep Itep-reaenled
reaenled Itep-reaenled hjr 77,MK Memttera
Washington. Aug. 13. New York
and Illinois are already represented
by fifteen organizations elected to
membership in the Chamber of Com Commerce
merce Commerce of the United States of Amer America.
ica. America. Virginia. Massachusetts. Penn Pennsylvania
sylvania Pennsylvania and Mississippi are the other
Though the national chamber was
organized as recently as April 22. more
than 77,00 business men of the nation
are now affiliated with it through 102
different organizations covering twenty-nine
individual states and the Ha Hawaiian
waiian Hawaiian islands.
The detail work of the national
chamber is being carried on by the
following men: General secretary, El Elliott
liott Elliott II. Goodwin, formerly secretary
of the National Civic Service Reform
I-eaaue: field secretary, Edward F.
Trefz. formerly advertising counselor
to the Painted Display Advertising
Association of the Fnited States; as assistant
sistant assistant secretary, D. A. Skinner, for formerly
merly formerly assistant chief, bureau of man manufacturers,
ufacturers, manufacturers, department of commerce
and labor: thief of editorial division
and editor of "The Nation's Kusiness,"
G. Grosvenor Da we, formerly manag managing
ing managing editor of the Southern Commercial
Congress. Mr. Dawe is well known In
South Florida, having been in Tampa
recently as an agent of the depart department
ment department of commerce and labor, which
was making an investigation of t!
preparedness of the Gulf ports for the
opening of the Panama canal.
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FnmoiiM llaaehall IMajer Aaaalletl In
s,vrmMie by Three I'nknonn
Syracuse. N. Y.. Aug. 13. Ty Cobb
was attacked and stabbed in the back
by three unidentified men in Detroit
yesterday while on hs way to the
train which was U. bring him and the
Detroit tyam to this city for an exhi exhibit
bit exhibit bn uame. Cobb's agility saved him
from serious injuries and possible
death. His injuries are xliLjhi.
Sam Sheppn, Said to Hold Serreta of
ae Slaera of Itoaenthal, Arretted
at Hot Spring
Hot .Springs, Ark.. Aug. 13. Sam
Schepps. wanted in New York for his
connection with the Rosenthal mur murder,
der, murder, was arrested here yesterday.
He is now awaiting the arrival of
officers from New York to tak'e him
back to New York. He says he will
make no effort to hinder extradition
and will go back without papers.
"Keynote of tbe Situation"
"I am the keynote of the whole sit situation."
uation." situation." Schepps is quoted as savins-.
"If I talk it will reach a long way."
Schepps rode in the murder car up
town and later paid the gun men for
their murderous work.
The public prosecutor has ?ent an
officer to bring Schepps to New York
and has requested the Hot Springs of
ficials not to turn their man over to
anyone without Instructions from the
district attorney's office. Mr. Whitman
wants his own men to see Schepps be before
fore before the New York police get to him.
Schepps. in his story of his flight
from the Catskills. where the New
York detectives were searching for
the gun men, said:
'Inn Sullivan county I was asleep in
a gymnasium when five of the New
York detectives that I knew, came in
and lifted the cover from me. One of
them asked me who I was and grin grinned.
ned. grinned. I said my name was Smith and
grinned right back. They went away
after kindly replacing the cover. Half
an hour later I was on mv way to
ovi:kloki:i i,ua: amoixt
IlilC MUlake Made liy a Hand of
New York, Aug. 13. It was learned
that private detectives are working on
a $72,000 bank robbery,- which oc occurred
curred occurred in the heart of the financial
section two months ago, but which has
not been openly reported. Skilled
cracksmen entered a bank building by
way of a coal hole, dug through a
thick wall and bored into a steel vault
where they helped themselves to $72, $72,-000
000 $72,-000 In bills. A safe in a corner of the
vault which the burglars overlooked
contained at the time more than
000,000 in bills and coin.
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K. W. Rose Medicine Co., St. Louir, Mo.,
and sold by all druggists throughout
America, and in Ocala by the Postof Postof-flce
flce Postof-flce Drugstore.
llatcblnK Out Her Ilrood I niUr Con Con-atantly
atantly Con-atantly Moving Tralnn
aldosta, (la., Aug. 13. Two hens'
nests have been found in the yards of
the Atlantic Coast Line at this place,
both of them being on a track that has
been used dozens of times a dav bv
switch engines and trains. One of the
hens has hatched out ten biddies and
is raistug them.
The other is setting on a nest be between
tween between the rails. A train of cars pass passes
es passes over her probably twenty times a
day, but it does not disturb her, ex except
cept except to make her duck her head to
keep it from being hit by the cow cowcatcher
catcher cowcatcher and brake beams. The car
inspector has been watching this nest
for some time. The old hen has been
setting about two weeks.
ill III 1 GOLD
Immraur Contrlbutlona to Philanthro Philanthropy
py Philanthropy by a Wealthy t'hirneo
Chicago, Aug. 13. Julius Rosenwald
of Chicago made birthday gifts
amounting to $G87.o00 Sunday. It was
his fiftieth birthday anniversary.
Mr Rosenwald. who is a leading
merchant, divided the total into eight
parts. Hair a million dollars was spin
between the University of Chicago and
the Associated Jewish Charities hen-.
Among the other contributions, one
was unique, $50,000 to endow a coun
try club which will furnish a com comfortable
fortable comfortable resort for recreation at week
ends and in summer and winter for
those who employ their time in phil
anthropic and social work.
100 RITWARD, flOO
FULLER & AYER
lllce over Munroe & Chambliss B'k.
A reward of ten dollars will be paid
for evidence sufficient to convict party
or parties who sometime during the
past fifteen days stole battery soil
from our engine house.
Carney Investment Company.
MOA1XO OX MIITTA
Effective May "1st and Continuing Until November 1st
WILL BE OPERATED ON THE
EUROPEAN PLAN (Exclusively)
Finest Cafe in the State in Connection
Kooms Without Bath, $1.00 per Day and Up
Uooms With Bath - S 2.00 per Day and Up
T. M. WILSON, Proprietor and Manager
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at leas,
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure In all Its stages, and
that Is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is
the only positive cure now known to
the medical fraternity. Catarrh being
a constitutional disease, requires a
constitutional treatment. Hall's
Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, act acting
ing acting directly upon the blood and mu mucous
cous mucous surfaces of the system, thereby
destroying the foundation of the di disease,
sease, disease, and giving the patient strength
by building up the constitution and as
sisting nature in doing its work. The
proprietors have so much faith in its
curative powers that thev offer one.
hundred dollars for anv ease that It
fails to cure. Send for list of testi testimonials.
monials. testimonials. Address P. J. Cheney & Co..
Toledo. O. Sold bv druffglsts. 7.V Take
Hall's Pamily Pills for constipation.
J, E. GHAGE
Rooms (), 10 and 11. Second Floor,
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. VTm. Cline. Sold
STRAYED OR STOLEN
One large P.erkshire boar hog. Stray Strayed
ed Strayed from Palmetto Tark Farms July 25.
Any information as to hog's where whereabouts
abouts whereabouts will be appreciated and reward rewarded
ed rewarded by C. P.. Strickland, manager Pal Palmetto
metto Palmetto Park Farms. 8-6-4td2tw
L, F, BLALOCK
Office Over Commercial Rank
OCALA .... FLORIDA
Office Hours. H to 12 a. m. I to 5
p. m. Paone 211.
M'lVER & MAC KAY
Undertakers and Embalmers
fine Caskets and Burial Robes
I. E. M'lVER A VI) C. A. ROBERTS,
AH Work Doi-e l Ucense! Eni Eni-halmers
halmers Eni-halmers and FulLr Guaranteed.
Great AVar ;ame In rrnrref
Maneuvers Headquarters, Stratford,
Conn., Aug. 1.1. The camp hrs r two
armies burned last night :n th- li--H-'
of the Housatonic alley. I n.Jer inejr
shelter tents nearly 1. '" men s.Tpt.
most of them tired out fr.m their
first day s experience.
In theory of the war scheme, it was
an anxious nay ior umnecucuL j..-..-
ple. The "lied" army of invasion pas-
ed through New Haven ant estaousn-
ed a base of supplies at Derby.
The "Fdue" army, which is on its
way from -New mrn to "i'l"'-- l" 114
vaders, landed rorces consisting "i a
brigade of infantry and a regiment of
engineers in I!ril-eport and some of
these were thrown across the Housa
tonic. seizins Washington brilze and
the big railroad drawbridge, pushing
on to Woodmont. not far from Tyler
City, the lieds bivouac.
DAT.O AI A DARKEA
Made I'p ne Septet of Mnnlfrrri i.ier-
trocutetl In Hoc Sine Monday
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E. L. STEWART. M. D.
Specialist in Diseases of Eye.
Nose, Throat and Lung
Snecialist in Clinic Diseases
THE DR. M'CLANE lYlcDICAL, SURGICAL AND
Dr. McClane's Residence. 407.
Dr. Stewart's Residence, 52.
ote Call mmle ly prelal appointment,
after 7 p. m. each Inj-.
Buite 1 to 7 Holder Rlock, Southwest
Corner of Public Square
Sperlal Genlto Urinary Cllnle
LOW ROUND TRIP KATES
HTLHNTIG DOflST LINE
;nz Sinr. N. V.. Au-'. l:;.
murdrrers were electrocuted in
Sintf prison yesterday, which
largest nurntitr of criminal- to
death on any one day s:r.c
KemmU-r. the first to sun. r
penalty by electricity in
went to the chair at Auburn
Six Italians and one- re?ro who
claimed to hail from Florida were in
the -loath party. All protested their
innocence except Collins, the Florida
inero, who was cnarsea witn Killing
a policeman in New York.
$39.05 New York and Philadelphia, sold daily, limit Oct. 31
S35.05 Baltimore and Washington, sold daily, limit Uct. .-SI
$47.55 Chicago, Illinois, -
$62.65 Denver, Colorado, - -$93.55
California points -
sold daily, limit Oct. 31
sold daily, limit Oct. 31
sold daily, limit Oct. 31
Phones: P. E. Melver. 104; C. V.
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OCALA EVE.YIXG STAR. TUESDAY. AUGUST 13. 1G12
OGALA EVENING STAR
Itittlnger & Carroll Proprietors.
II. II. Carroll, Huslness Manager.
J. II. Renjamln, Editor.
I'.ntered In the postoffke at Ocala,
Klu., as !conl clasa mail matter.
The Star ha received a splendid
lithograph picture of Woodrow Wilson,
the de rnooratic nominee, from the New
York World. A ropy of this fin- pic picture
ture picture should be In every democratic
household. Huy a copy of next Sun Sunday's
day's Sunday's World; after reading it. tear off
the heading of the first patre, send thin
heading and 10 cents in stamp to the
New Yo'rk World Picture Rureau. 61
I'ark How, New York, N. Y., and one
of these large jihotoxravun-.s will le
sent postage iaid, parked in a strong
pasteboard tube. Newspapers all over
the t'nited States have commended this
picture as the best yet.
A few weeks ao. Senator Fall of
New Mexico made a speech in the
Senate, denouncing Orozeo, the Mex Mexican
ican Mexican insurgent, as a bandit, who should
be treated as a murderer in case he
ever crossed the boundary into the
United States. Now, President Madero
of Mexico blames Fall for throwing
such a scare into Orozeo. who, he says,
prefers to keep on fighting in (Ireaser (Ireaser-land
land (Ireaser-land to taking his chances of an Am American
erican American Jail. Its hard to please the
Mexicans of cither faction. We mustn't
protect our citizens, we mustn't even
complain when they are rubbed and
murdered. The Star wishes Texas could
be allowed to secede ju-t long enough
to whip Mexico.
(Jovernor '.'ilscn announces that he
desires to avoid any possible taint that
an enormous campaign fund might im impart
part impart to his candidacy and gives, notice
that the campaign must be conducted
with the smallest possible expenditure.
So far as Oca la Is concerned, it looks
like the campaign fund will be -jrrati-fyingly
Sunday is a great day for automo automo-hiling,
hiling, automo-hiling, especially sunoni; the residents
of Savannah who are fortunate enough
to own motor cars or friends who do.
We have some times suspected that
certain people owned their friends, but
Savannah is the first place to own up
Mrs. Susan Wissler. a widow, fifty
years old, was recently elected mayor
of Dayton, Wyo. She was backed by
the business interests, ran on an inde independent
pendent independent ticket, and won with votes to
spare. Mrs. Wissler formerly was a
school teacher, but has conducted her
husband's dry goodss business since
she was left a widow.
Mr. If. I Anderson, back from the
bull moose convention in Chicago, has
cipened progressive party headquarters
in Jacksonville, and commenced work
for the campaign. Mr. Anderson says
shutting him and his lily white friends
out of the convention at Chicago was
only technical, and that their stand stand-ins;
ins; stand-ins; was really recognized and their in influence
fluence influence admitted. Mr. Anderson feels
quite cheerful over the outlook.
Army medical men say that dark-
rT7ed and dark-eyed people can drink
Idondes to a standstill. We once
knew a blonde person of Teutonic ex extraction
traction extraction who could drink forty-odd
glasses of beer a day, but maybe he he-was
was he-was an exception.
William W. Hearst says that If Wil Wilson
son Wilson does not repudiate the democratic
platform, he (Hearst) will not support
him. (Jovernor Wilson probably pre prefers
fers prefers Hearst's open enmity to his pre pretended
tended pretended friendship.
Mrs. Daisy Opie (Jrace says she still
loves her husband and wants to go
back to him. The Star will bet a
gumdrop that if she does she will hit
him in the right place next time.
According to the latest ruling. At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta public school pupils mustn't kiss
their lady teachers. Its dollars to
daughnuts most of the kids will be
glad of the new regulation.
The new era of Talsel.
Righteousness," has begun in
New York needs an era of that
Its police department. New
Fierce contest for the presidency
may perhaps be partly accounted for
by the fact that the treasury just now
contains $100,000.000. Madison Wis Wisconsin
consin Wisconsin State Journal.
In the electoral college
strictly barred. Wall Street
They are calling Indiana "the mother
of vice presidents," and she has to grin
and bear it. Atlanta Constitution.
Hand-wagon management finds a
vast amount of confusion, arising from
a constant and emphatic demand for
transfers. Washington Star.
President Taft hardly gets fairly
settled clown to golf and the other du duties
ties duties of his high office when something
else happens. Ohio State Journal.
Members of the Allen gang. after
reading of the Rosenthal homicide,
may be tempted to regret that they
did not select New York as a place of
bu s i n ess. Wasli i n g t on St a r.
Detroit is extracting what cheer she
can from the contemplation that other
councils might have been just as bad
If they had ever had such a mean trick
played on them. Cleveland Plain
Startling headline in morning new:
paper. "Ohio man declines office. "-Boston
Boston "-Boston Transcript.
The best news France ha?
lately is the decrease in the
birth rate. Buffalo Knquirer.
The electors may as well understand
that if they vote for Taft they are no
longer a college, but an Ananias club.
Camblers in New YorK say they
can't make an honest livinir owing to
the prevalence of the uraft habit
among policemen. Pittsburg Post.
C J, PHILLIPS
Contractor and Builder
Plans ana NiK-itioatIons Furnished
120 South Third Street
siiori.nvT nr. slrpiuskd
If Senator I.Folletle' (bar Re Aicalnnt
the IVrntoffiee Department
Washington, Aug. 1. Discussion of
the postal 'appropriation bill ."n the
Senate was enlivened yesterday when
Senator IaFollette, speaking on a
House provision granting employes of
the postal service the right to organ-;.ill
ize, deliberately charged officials of
the postoffice department with riflling
his mail In an attempt to delve into an
investigation he Is making into the
postal service. The Wisconsin senator
declared that his mail had been "sub "subjected
jected "subjected to an espionage almost Russian
in character," and he showed to the
senators a bundle of letters which he
sail had been tampered with.
lSC lin IN IKXIIO
.apatiotaa Trap Train anil Murder
Women anil Children lmol In
Mebt of the Capital ( Ity
Mexico City. AUs'. 13. Thirty-six
soldiers and more than twenty passen passengers
gers passengers were slaughtered ly Zapatistas
yesterday afternoon in a canyon, one
kilometre north of Tieuman. 10 miles
southeast t f Mexico City, when a pas passenger
senger passenger train, southbound from this
city, was attacked from ambush.
The leader of the rebels made abso absolutely
lutely absolutely no effort to restrain his men
from acts of brutality greater than any
that have yet marked the campaign in
The wounded, pleading for their
lives, were struck down without pity,
and even looting was held in abeyance
until the slaughter was complete.
Not satisfied with robbing their vic victims
tims victims in ordinary manner, the finders
of men and women were chopped off
with machettes in order that the rinirsitook in the sigh
they were might be the more i"iekly'big city looks like,
secured. Ornaments were torn from I Mrs. o S. Shade
the ears of the women. and
bodies were otherwise mutilated.
TIMM FOIl A I.I. liOOI) MFA
to aid tiii: i'htv
Jacksonville. Any. From now
until the close of the presidential cam campaign,
paign, campaign, there will be a strenuous ap appeal
peal appeal to Florida democrats for contr
ibutions to the campaign fund, accord
ing to National Democratic Commit Committeeman
teeman Committeeman J. T. G. Crawford, who has al
ready taken up tae work,
ford states that, although
cently sent out tetters to
counties of the state, he
Mr. Craw Craw-he
he Craw-he only re re-the
the re-the various
in? assurances that the fund will in increase
crease increase rapidly during the latter part
of this month.
DollarM Count iVow
"A dollar now is worth more than
a dollar will be later on," said Mr.
I Crawford, "and the democrats of Flo
rida should act quickly if they desire
to bo of the most benefit to the cause.
We anticipate opening a dollar cam campaign
paign campaign in every county of the state, at
an early date, to permit the men of
lesser means to contribute. I am pleas pleased
ed pleased to My that some of the lead in?
business men of the state are makintr
contributions, and all express with
their remittances the greatest hopes
and best wishes for (Jovernor Wilson's
success in November."
J. A. IIOWF.I.I.S
DlnflneiilMhed Author'a Brother Dead
Auburndale. Aug. irt. J. A. Howells.
ageif years, brother of William Dean
Howells, and former Fnited States
minister to Links Island. British West
Indies, died here Saturday, at the
hm- of his son. The body was sent
to Jefferson, o., for burial where he
formerly lived. He was a former editor
Tin: tk din; stamp m isaxci:
It is probable that at the next meet meeting
ing meeting of the National Merchants' Asso Association
ciation Association in New York, some effort will
be made to inaugurate a crusade
against the trading stamp by a com
mittee composed of business men, fi financiers
nanciers financiers and economists who have
been looking into the conditions which
are responsible for the high cost of
living throughout the country. The
committee, whjch is still at work on
the question, is doing its principal
work in this city, but reports are be being
ing being received from all parts of the
country on the subject. It is argued
that trading stamps, considered by
many storekeepers as a mitigated
nuisance, add about .1 per cent to the
cost of food supplies and persistent
advertising of a special brand of food
increases prices by compelling the
storekeeper to lay in a stock of it, al although
though although he has on han dthe same stock
without the advertised brand.
oi.i.iij moiidis mhki:t opf.v
The market formerly known as the
Ollie Mordis is now open. Will keep on
hand a supply of fresh meats and fish
Orders by phone will receive prompt
attention. Phone number 313. Come
to the obi stand and be treated right.
Dealer in Fancy Groceries, N. Magnolia.
otic I-:, mi:
Mil KHS OF
Tin: no hi
OF TIC AUK
Get your certificates
Oca la News Co.
framed at the
KM(;ilTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No.
held every Monday
Castle Hall, over
drugstore. A cordial
at 7:P,0 p. m. at
welcome to visit
ing brothers. F. B.
Chas. K. Sage, K.
Tulula Lodge No. 2
Order of odd Fellows
Tuesday evening, at
0 o'clock ir.
Yonge's hall. Fort King avenue
ors in the city invited to be with u. u.-A.
A. u.-A. M. La ns ford. N. (J.
L Colbert. Secretarv.
coon ki:m)icick faicm for slf.
A first class farm, two miles south southwest
west southwest of Kendrick and about the same
distance from both the Kenlrick and
BIWchton 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. CO acres under fence.
30 acres of which has grown up in
bushes and small pine saplings. First
. --. a h
tid.ss ,.iiie, o.irv ana ncKory land, r :ne i -well
of never failing water. Fairly j
good dwelling house, two barns, etc c
Lot of peach, some figs and young or-j
ange trees. Titles perfect and place is!
clear of debt. A bargain at J2"oo. if
Interested, inquire at the Star office.
The odor of stale perspiration about
the body can be gotten rid of by using
a little of DARBY'S PROPHYLACTIC
PLC 1 1 in the bath tub. It purifies the
skin thoroughly and lends a refreshing
influence to the hafh. Price large bot
tle, f.0c. Sold by all
r-wd a?- j
n i a h
tended. Me."?r-. Klw.ird
son ,inl M.ithew from
Weir enjoyed th- fest
IIi-kf-11 made the hit of
in a pert little reading.
'.'iT,!, Wil Wil-North
North Wil-North Iike
the ever. in -r j
i ad 1-1 to
j the cemetery fu
around was t
n Is ar
a b 1 e e v e n i
Mrs. I. I
Strong of O ila
" a f e w day s It
Wm. II. Mill-cm have
has son to St. '.'! .:!
to open a ci-:ar fa.tory. r:ei;-v:
loses one of its substantial, pro-rr
sive citizens, and we live in h ; s
The town has finished buill.nir
connecting link between the Surnn.
field hard road and We-t Front -T
This makes continuous h.arl r
from tr.il to near the S jrr.ter vjj
line Via ItelleVieW, Si as' i'...
lor and SummerAeM.
Mr. i:. N. Rro-.vn and Mr
mere -j.ent two days of 1
C. A. Tre-
t Week at
r.-r out the plans
n ar.l dwelling
he concrete walls
Tre.T,ere -.vill act
Mr. J. O.
for C'has. 1 1. Huli.er
lirown w.li jiut in t
and floor.- while Mr.
j as foreman of th
j supervision of Mr.
spent many ;!iuu-;i
development of :h
i HinhtOWer is epe
e build in-:. under
Hiuhtow-r, who h is
rsds of d .il.ir- in
is va.-t est. it.-. Mr.
.ting the arrival of
an immense traction engine within the
next week or so, whP-h he intend-- to
use for plowing, road-building, stump
pulling and other work around the
Mr. .1. i-Miiar Pelot arrived in town
last Saturday afternoon from a visit
of a month to Jacksonville, where he
saw wiiat a
S. Shade of Jacksonville is
visitin-r her friend, Mrs. V. D. P. Pratt,
recuperating from the effects of a fall
which she received several weeks airo.
Itev. Carmine, the district superin superintendent
tendent superintendent of the Methodist church.
North, arrived last Saturday. He hell
quarterly conference during the aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon and gave one of his charac characteristic
teristic characteristic lectures Saturday ni'nt. ad administered
ministered administered the sacred communion Sun Sunday
day Sunday morning and held services at Ok Ok-l.iwaha
l.iwaha Ok-l.iwaha at night, be.ng assisted at all
of these services by Itev. W. Line
"Dad" Hardison is up and around
once more and his many friends are
glad to see him.
Prof. A. B. Connor
Shedd male a trip to
Walter Nelson, our
pair merchant, keeps
autos. grinding irrist
oats. This is one of
with Mr. J. N.
Ocala last Sat-
repa ir:n ir
the thriving in
dustries that will help our town.
Raymond 5ale is wearing lonu pants
and has fulfilled the scriptural say-
ing. that if lie kept on
would become a man
mother. We notice that
doing considerable saddle
Mr. Robert I. Sumner,
railroad agent, is up and
a slight indisposition.
Martel. Aug. Miss Isabelle
Rooney returned to her home in Or Orlando
lando Orlando last Thursday. She was accom accompanied
panied accompanied by her cousin. Miss Nannie
Rooney. who will spend a few weeks in
visiting relatives there.
Mrs. Oscar Myers of Falmouth is
visiting relatives here.
The large bird known as the stork
visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Bird last Sunday and left a little
"Bird." He must he a "bird" a he he-weighs
weighs he-weighs nearly ten pounds.
Mr. P. A. Ausley made a business business-trip
trip business-trip to Jacksonville the fore part of
The Junior F.pworth league gave a
social on last Monday evening, at the
home of their president. Miss Verda
The K. of P.
are now ready
just received their
begin business in
have work in two
or three degrees next
and are expecting the
Ocala team out
to assist them.
Mrs. I F. Dillarl left today for
Lake Weir, where she expects to visit
relatives and enjoy the bathing and
privileges for about a week.
Mrs. H. W. Long spent last Monday
in visiting Mrs. W. J. Seckinger.
Mr. Bailey Mixon has gone to Eden Eden-field,
field, Eden-field, where he will visit his parents
for a short time before starting out ir.
search of his fortune.
Rev. Bunyan Stevens preached an another
other another of his fine sermons here on last
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Kd Mixon. on
last Saturday, a fine boy.
Mr. J. J. McCullough of Berlin was a
business caller Tuesday.
HBMF.M It Hit YOIH LST
I)0F: OF CAI.OMKI.
You Probably Itecnll the After KfTeet
of the Calomel More Than You Do
the SiekneMH You Took It For
don't have to go through this
j Next time your liver gets sluggish
(and inactive, we suggest that you go to
the Court Pharmacy for a bottle of
Dodson's Liver Tone, a vegetable liquid
that will start your liver as surely as
calomel ever did and with none of the
after effects of calomel. It is absolutely
harmless both to children and adults
and demands no restriction of habits or
The Court Pharmacy guarantees Dod Dodson's
son's Dodson's Liver Tone to take the place of
calomel, and will refund your money if
it fails in your case.
IAKK WKIIC W.
h our ;
the meeting of Aug. S
Mrs Reed. vresMel
i were opened with sor.g.
j Psalm and the Lord
call with "hriuht sa
, as responses. Minut
j meeting read and
. Mr-. Ho
1 r.-a 1 a very interest ir.g j
'to Keep Healthy H s
l re a 1 an artb le. "Making
!a Home." Mis- Lo:t:e
! "Literature an 1 Ch iract
(present gave tr-.e-.r
! important item ..f a
j WaS Voted to sefi 1
was Wo:-was g;
Mr. Frank Ly
hanks for us
n th- Four:1
1 'i,, jrr!n
Mr. W. s. fVur.salus. a
neir Fb-ruing. Pa., says
Chamber! in's o!: -, Ch Ch-rboe.i
rboe.i Ch-rboe.i Be-i.edy -in his f
teen years, and that he
be an excellent rerr.edj
pleasure in reoomme:
i-ale by all dealers.
i r rr r
h a s
i an 1
old Fellows meet Tuesday r.
Fate of Elfrida
Elfrida Mooner had been well :
brought up. Her mother had seen!
to that ith the painstaking care f
on who heTcelf has learnd throueh
Ellrida knew at once when con-;
fronted by a bouillon spoon that it ;
was not a cream scoop and she had
a great scorn for a young man who
walked on the wrong side of one :
upon the street. She always signed :
her formal letters "Most cordially
yours," and spoke of her mother as
"m'-mah," and with the accent care carefully
fully carefully placed on the last syllable.
So it is easily realized that tre tremendous
mendous tremendous self-control was required on ;
Elfrida's part to endure the young i
man who sat next to her at the dance
given by the Royal Order of Brothers !omr 0.ala Peou,r ave learned that
ot Something-or-Otber in Elton Cor- j xeKieet i ..Rera.
ners, where she was visiting some
hitherto unknown cousins. j The S8lI-ht"-:t ?'rtom of kidney
. 'trouble js far too serious to be over-
When the young man at the dance hok, I?, thf. ,,,1. neglected trmi trmi-had
had trmi-had broken the ice by saying that t,-.s ...3t !vri j r;,,.ls kidney ail ail-it
it ail-it was a pretty party Elfrida had re-i m(?nt. That pain in the "small" of
coiled. He had not been introduced! your back; that urinary irregularity;
Everybody seemed to know everybody those headaches and dizzy spells; that
else in this town and she could rot w'k- weary, worn-out feeling, may be
get used to such a situation. nature's warning of dropsy or fatal
young man's face as El
frida stared at him. but when the;yet is time begin treating your kid kid-full
full kid-full sweep of recollection rolled across :r.py a: ot.ee with a tried and proven
her and she recalled vividly that she kidney remedy. Xo need to experi experi-had
had experi-had seen him in Keston's butcher ; men: Do .n's Kidney Pills have been
shop Elfrida almost choked. He was turink kidney trouble for over fifty
a nice looking young man. Dimly
she recalled that his father was Res-
ton, who owned the shop. Perhaps
this young man cut off steaks and
"I think not," Elfrida said faintly Bills for kidney complaint and back back-whrn
whrn back-whrn voting Reston asked if she would ache an l w been sr"tly benefited,
dance that waltz. ; 1 consider this remedy a valuable one
o.n -5,vK. .v, v, and I do not hesitate to recommend it
All right; the next one, then, he'. ,, . ,
., in v;ew of all it ;ias done for me.
said as a matter or course. Then: For pale bv a1 deal?rs. Price 50
hQ went to hunt for another partner. :rents Fosu-r-Milburn Co.. Buffalo.
Elfrida's cousins 'listened wonder- New York. soi agents for the United
Ingly a moment later to her fire of stau-?.
questions and her tale of woe. i Remember the name Doan's and
"Why on earth shouldn't Ned Res-take no oth' r-
ton ask you to dance?" they inquired.; Mwyr?s axm'il imcmc
"He goes with every one. and we ve ;
grown up with him! He went to the j T ,0 r(.oplA of the sha ly Crove com com-college
college com-college across the river and is good rr.unity will give their annual barbe barbe-looking!
looking! barbe-looking! Why shouldn't he go to the 'cue and picnic at Coin's Springs
same parties as we?' j Thiers lay, August 22. The people of
Her sense of being wronged was!h' favored section are fortunate in
hard to maintain, because young Res-ithe Utility f thf ;r abound abound-.
. abound-. , , ,, , ing in their hosnitalitv. Their annual
ton had proved himself a good dancer; 1 ,, -,
... , j. , if.icr.ics are always most enjoyable, af af-when
when af-when he had come back and taken his 1 , -n
waltz. Elfrida had touched his arm
with the t'.ps of her fingers and had
tried not to breathe as she went
through the ordeal.
The next night Ned Reston called
and her cousins seemed to assume
that tho call was meant for their ju-es Foley Kidney puis tor nacKacne.
guest, for thev gradually disappeared Rheumatism, weak back and other kid kid-,,,...
,,,... kid-,,,... , . mey and bladder irregularities. I-oley
and left her the burden of entertain- .,. ,
, Kidney Puis are healing, strengthen
ing him. Only a strict sense of duty .o!r ,.pirk to rro,luro ,,on.
to a guest under ones root : prevented f.ncial results. :ontain no harmful
her from rising and bidding him good ;(3rJgs. Never sold in bulk. Put up in
night. She lesolved in a kind of I. sealed bottles. The genuine in a yel yel-cold
cold yel-cold fury to have it out with her 'low package. Anti-Monopoly Drug-
cousins after he left, and it was when
she was taking out her hairpins later
that shp realized with a start that
she had forgotten to do so. She had
been thinking about a western story
that Reston had told her. In angry j
disgust she admitted that he could i
talk well. Still, the taint of the!
Duener snop nung over It all.
Elfrida writhed the next day when
her cousins frankly joked her about
her "catch." She felt disgraced.
When there were picnics and other j
festivities to which every one went :
In crowds Ned Reston singled out El-j
frida as a matter of course and no-j
body acted as though it was in the
least extraordinary. Nobody tried to; ocala Lodge No. 2SG, Benevolent and
help her evade him. It was Impos-! Protective Order of Elks, meets the
sible to make her cousins realize theUetor"J fourth Tuesday evenings in
fine line of distinction Which maderach month Visiting brethren always
f ,.f a v, i welcome. Howell .M. Hampton. B. R.
Elfrida felt her brain tottering, espe-!
dally as It grew harder and harder' open for engagement November 1st.
for her to realize in Ned Reston's I'ractical farmer: understand growing
company that the situation was Id-fall farm and -rn k crops, stock rais rais-posslble
posslble rais-posslble for a well brought up young 'in- and handling in all its branches,
girl. Finally the young part van- j Improving and b-nljin-r up worn-out
quished the well brought up section 13 "'"! -'"!ali-- Addre.- 2S..
f TTMf-J A t 1 V.
thrill of exquisite horror she realized
that Ned Reston was making love to
her and that she liked it.
It was some time after Elfrida's
mother was told that her daughter
was going to marry Ned, whose father
was buying him a half interest in
tho leading hardware store in Elton
Corners, that she discovered the dark
fact that this affluant parent owned
the village meat market.
"We'll never, never speak of it!"
she gasped to Elfrida in anguished) coNcolllMA M)I)GE F. U. OF A.
ls;f The trousseau was nearly, ,r,u e. Fraternal r5on of
finished and she really could n t break x.,.;a .. ..- y--.'-' Hall on -he
off the match. "Mr poor child! How j T .uVs 2'tTay?or.F. M.'h
could you, how could you. R secretary.
Elfrida regarded her mother in med-1
itative curiosity as though recalling I LOVAL OKDER OF MOOSF:
the time when she, too, had felt that! n-ala Lol.? No. ir-s. Meet? each
way. Then she lauehed-not a well jThudiy r.i.t in hail m Gary block.
, ,.".. ,! GF. Mershon. Dictator,
brought up laugh, but an amused ; t .reary
"My goodness," she said recklessly. ; ocALA LODGE NO. 2S0. R. r. O. E.
"Thines li'Ke that don't seem to make: t-.' v.-, jsr,. Benevolent and
a bit of difference to me now!"
Chicago Daiiy News.
Chief End of Travel.
"We must go to Stratford."
"What's tho use? We can
Etratford post cards in London."
"My friend, one travels for some some-thir.c
thir.c some-thir.c ntoro Than post card?. I want
to write my name on Shakespeare's
hoot am) iir.nn ti:
The irent MImmI Tnrifier nnil .Verve
Tonie. fr Ilhenniatim. Kidney and
Itlitildrr IrniiMr Priee rc.
)r. I.Iln-ton' nipepelne Towder,
for Itnliteoiion and Momarh Tru Tru-Mr
Mr Tru-Mr I"ri-e "ents
Dr. I.tlnt)n's (Golden t atarrh Halm.
for I'ntarrh of the Head, liny
Ier of f'ntnrrhal Nature.
I'rlre (t i nt
ti h NTi:r.n T tnu: on xo vy
1 hr llenieille Cnn he Fonnd
I nt the I'oiirt I'harniaey, Orala, FTa.
in M ui i m: iu:i.i.i(.i:iu:t
Clamor for War and Yen&eanee for
the MaiTr nt Kotehana
eiterrent of the Bulgarian people over
trie ::.assi re f Bulgarians by Mus Mus-ulnur.s
ulnur.s Mus-ulnur.s .'t Kotschar.a. fifty mile- to
the southwest of Fskup. n August 2.
continues without abatement. The
is clamoring for war
hv Tieirl. rrin? rhese vrr.ntoms? Beach
iTC. ,-,f Irr'M, whiie there
years. onar. s ivi-tney l ais are used
and r- ;o:r.:r.er.de 1 throughout the civ-
!l!7w.l v,-ir!,1 l ti a ,-, r r-. 1 nt Viom
Read o.-nii testimony.
Wilber Counts, CS X. Pine St., Ocala.
Fla., says: "I have used Doan's Kidney
l.lil", fill', .s USHtlJ, UH Hi 111
their friends to be with them on the
Tin: "PHocjhbssivf pahty
Is the individual, man or woman, who
PICNIC AT IIKK lol
There will b
Pond. Hore racing and foot races
will take place in the afternoon. ev everybody
erybody everybody is cordially invited to attend,
with well tilled baskets. Refresh-
jments will be served by David Dean.
' Remember the old j.icnic ground.
When In Jacksonville stop with Mrs.
1-:. l iiaioney, at ine uirara, iso. 11
East Duval street, Just off Main. Best
MI, I.OIMiB XO II. 1 O. E.
Josejh Bell. Secretary.
Mnio-rx MMiir i.ti)(;r.
Marlon-Dunn Bodge No. '., F. : A.
M. meets on the firs- and third Thurs Thursday
day Thursday evenings of t-a'-h month ot 7 :.:)
o'clock. ;::.:i! further no
il. S: :ii 'n-.'ns. W. M.
7 tk- Bro-. n. -re:ar;
. IIIIDI. ItOOK T MAIITIVS
The G ala New? Co. G. V". Tart:n.
r- j.rletor, ::as a iirre supply of coun coun-,
, coun-, s -'.o jlc hook? on hand.
!T.e .vr ori-r lores, mee.s w.c.
; l ar.l f..ur:h T:- iay -venin- :n
.... ,-- V;::t-. brethren always
wel?o-ne." Howell M. Hampton. E. II.
ph De'l, ?:retary.
Of the Institution of "nit hy
In ;:- .;r- Ih!
h .7 i 11-T-..1
IoikI.i.i the 7th ln f Oeloler. 1!M.
r i. M i"! :r.-. I'l i;
Afternoon ::: Amateur Night Wednesday
REELS EVERY NIGHT
Meal Hreless Cmli Stow
Made in One. Two and Three Compartments Ten Sizes
l vT v.1"- 7?
T 'i- ---i
'' . --' mV. V.r:r- i-',V"r : m J 'm I z&f&jtr .-fc-
, --'-'''".".,: 4Hi-'-'? a??y"-
-; a W?-r 4'-""Mei '!.-- '2 -g-.- J I 1'
ROASTS. BAKES, STFAMS, STEWS, FR1FS, BOILS.
Separate I.UU for E.-icIi Compartment Water. Sealed Top Solid
Aluminum Lining Celebrated Vear-Kver" Aluminum Cooking
lteif-il- l'erfect Insulation lleautifully Finished
Vulranied Hardwood Case
Kffeetive heat rentention is the one principle upon which any Tireless
cooker must stand or fall. It is the fundamental of tireless cooker con construction.
struction. construction. The Wnlrr enl Top which is an exclusive feature uf the "Ideal" has,
solved the problem of perfect heat retention. In no other way can a leakage
of heat, anl a corresponding loss of cooking efficiency be prevented.
Thr principle of this water seal top. can hardly be clearly set forth here.
But come to our store and we will take pains to demonstrate the principle.
W ere the "Ideal" an unsightly object Instead of the handsome piece of
furniture it is4 it would still be the one tireless cooker to buy, because of Its
water seal top, the crowning achievement in tireless cooker building.
We put out reputation back of the "Ideal" along with the manufacturers"
and we offer it to you w.tn a guarantee of satisfaction.
Marion MaiPcTwaire Co.
Effective June 9th
Ocala Northern Railroad
will sell round trip tickets from all points on Hp line at
one way rate, on Sunday only
S. P. HOLLINRAKE
Gen. Pass. Agent
Call up Phone 300 and Let
AND ELECTRICAL WORK
We Guarantee lo Save You Money on Any Work in Our Lines
.n wr rmplMV none lnt rxpertw Mr nrr In polllon lo gniirantrr rr rr-ery
ery rr-ery pler nt nork we conitriiel l olnml thr lnprrllon of Ihe inowt
rltll liiHprrtorM. II vnttn nnlhlne lo rl onr fiicuren, nnil yon re ih
nlnnrr, whether we neriire the lonlrncl or not. Klve iin n trial.
H. W. TUCKER
KOItT KINK III.OCK
ALLIGATOR RAIN COATS
They are the kind that don't leak. Guaranteed aJv,lutely water waterproof
proof waterproof and will not crack or stick. We will cheerfully ?Tfund purchase
money or give a new coat for any coat not up to thi3 guarantee. We
have a nice assortment of both ridin:? and walking "coats, fresh stock
and at moderate prices. We are headquarters for storm aprons, cur curtains,
tains, curtains, canopies and buggy tops. There Is no reason why you should not
protect yourself against the wet weather and prevent sickness and
KNIGHT & LA.NJG
1 Wicker Parlor Set, 0 pieces, good
1 ;-hole Steel Ilane. -Aith reservoir,
1 Home-Made Desk and Hook Case,
1 Second Hand Organ. S17. Another
1 Phonograph, and '. Records, only
1 used Graphophor.e and .". Records,
l used r.ranhonhone an 1 S Records,
Lot of ust-d Records, some good as
Graphophone Nee lies, soft tone. 20
Mosquito Canopies, Steel Frames, la
us Give an Estimate on Your
0( Al, FMIUIDt
glass doors, only
P.argain at only
ery cheap at
Tiew, at l!Oc, ."Or, 40c eacb
0 for 10-
rge sdze, S!.!0; for iron beds,
of Variety Store
New Hotel Astor
Corner Bay and Hogan Sis.
RATES: $1 and Up
H.t ml C'.Jl Running Water and
T.-P :.?;!: in K.i --h Room. Free Datbft.
t ioi.ir HtoMis iii-t ni:n
i. titc;i: mim.i: iioom
T .ke Street Car at Union Station an4
net off at Ilogan Street.
OCALA EVEX1TG STAR, TUESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1912
Extracts From a Mary
I AM SPENDING TOO MUCH"
"Last month my wage? paid my board and other living
Lpenses and left me ten dollar for incidentals. The ten
gone. I have nothing to show for it. I have tried to
member just how I npent it, but at bent there is almost
ilf for which I cannot account. I am spending too much
r pleasure and there are many things I need."
HE WAY TO SAVE HAVE AN ACCOUNT AT
AS with an expensive, high power
racing automobile, so with groceries. The human ma machine
chine machine needs the best fuel to get the greatest efficiency
from it just like the motor car.
Give the finest aulo bad gasoline and you get poor
speed-feed the best man alive mi improper lend iid
you sec a human wreck. You owe it to yourself-for
your health's sake, for your pocket's sake, to feed your
stomach with finest groceries, good vhohsMiie food
That is YOUK fuel.
Johnson's Educator Crackers make the right kind ol fuel
for you. because they are made from Whole Wheat Flour.
Educator Wafers, Educator Toasterett (buttered, salted and
toasted), Educator luncheon Biscuit, Educator Sued
Graham, Educator Ginger Snaps, Educator Animal
Crackers. Eruiled Educator (Sultana Rafsirs), Iducstcr
Bran Cookies, a natural laxative.
K. Teapot (Grocery
PHONES 16 and 174
A GREAT HOUSE FURNISHING
Following arc just a Few of the Thousands of
Articles Carried in oar Great Furniture, Hardware,
House Furnishing and General Supply Store. Come
in and look the stock over, you will find many
things you want.
For the Office
Itoll and Flat Top Desks, Typewriter Desks, Stenographer's
Desks, Office Chairs, Stools. Sofas, Ktc.
For the Dining Room
Handsome Round or Square Extension Tables, Dining Chairs,
Hugs, Sideboards and Chiffoniers, Bouffets, China Closets, China
Dinner Sets, Lamps, Fine Table Linen, Etc.
Handsome Mahogany, Oak, Willow or Mission Chairs, Straight
Racked or Rockers, Tables, Sofas, Lamps, Rugs and Carpets, Pic
Reautiful Dressers and Wash Stands in Golden Oak, Rirdseye
Maple or Mahogany. Reautiful Iron and Rrass Reds in over Fifty
Different Varieties and Prices. Rugs and Mattings, Chiffoniers and
WardroIes, Toilet Sets, Blankets, Comforts and Linens.
For The Pantry and Kitchen
Handsome Refrigerators and Ice Chests in Several Different
Makes and Styles and any Size or Trice Desired. Stoves and Ranges
n Either Wood or Oil Rurners. Kitchen Cabinets and Tables.
Anything Desired in Silverware for the Table, Cutlery and
Sissors in our Hardware Department; Shotguns, Rilles and Ammu Ammunition;
nition; Ammunition; Fire Sets, Screens and Irons. ltc.
Carriage and Harness Dept.
Ruggies, Carriages and Wagons for all IurM.es, Harness, Sad Sad-Domestic
Domestic Sad-Domestic and Imported, Art Squares, Mattings, Etc., in the Coutnry.
dies, Iap Roles, Whips and Everything for the Horse or Vehicle.
McIVER & MacKAY
PHONE 47 North MagnolhvSt. OCALA, FLA.
Len Dozier is resting easily to-
L V. Duval
much better to-
Phone 284 for quick prescription service.
of Mcintosh in town
Mr. ri. E. Rowe
been taken to th
is very sick an.l has
Dr. A. I.- I(llHk, phynli-lan, office
phonr No. 132.
Mr. F. M. Harj.
the Mcala House y
Mr. M. P. KnoMo.-k
the House l.Tst
..f Martin was at
Captain S. E. Pyles is making a bus business
iness business visit to Atlanta.
H. A. Kramer returned
a visit to the lake.
an.l Mr. W.
the lake this
Mr. T. M Lew
of Kendrick was in
L. Stapp has returned
tri to Cincinnati.
SOME PRETTY CUPS AND SAUCERS
Editor Star: There are some things
I know and understand, and others I
Jo not. Of the latter variety, is this:
Why do the parage people in Jackson
ville retail you five gallons of gaso- i
l-ne of high grade for 5 cents I am
quoting from the quarter-pase adver advertisement
tisement advertisement in Sunday's Times-l"nion of
the Kelly-Springfield Rubber Sales
Company) 13 cents a gallon and our
local dealers, the Gulf Refining Com Company
pany Company and the Standard Oil Co., both,
charge you 16' cents today and. I am
informed, it will be 17s cent stomor stomor-row,
row, stomor-row, by the -"O-gallon tank, or whole wholesale
sale wholesale as It is called. The price a few
lays ag-o was also ITU cents. Now,
understand, one of these prices. 13
ct-nis a gallon is retail, the other, 17
cents, is wholesale, one place is Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, the other Oeala. I just want
to know. Automobile Owner.
Given by the Air Dome Amune
Prize Thlit Eveaiae
The first prize at the Air Dome to tonight
night tonight will be a set of Imported china
cup? and saucers, furnished by the
Mcala News Company. They are on
display in the store window.
The pictures last night were fine,
especially the water scenes. Tonight
there is an extra fine program, with a
cra. kerjack western and a very laugh laughable
able laughable comic as the features. Martin
tCnuzzeiwit will be run Friday night in
a three-reel feature. The clock to be
given Saturday nieht is in the candy
case at the Court Pharmacy.
Tonight's program is as follows:
"The Outlaw." Western.
"A contest and No Prize." Comic.
"The Eye That Never Sleeps." A very
exciting- and laughable detective story,
featuring Francis Bushman.
HANDSOME ItKtai.lA FOR
I. O. o. F. DEGREE WORK
Tulula Lodge has just received a
very handsome and appropriate outfit
of regalia and parephernalia for de
gree work. It will be
the first time thi
only the members of the degree team
but all other Odd Fellows should be
present at the lodge room early. There
will be work in the second degree.
11)11 IL D FFYDILS
They tell me Adolph Dame lost his
cow. Could it be possible II. W. Tuck Tucker?
er? Tucker? Irving Wheeler, the eccentric corn-
put in Use for hia at tnnl-ht
evening, and not:Thi,. m.,n ,.rZ ,it tier
i night and his wooden shoe dancing i
; worth the admission alone. He sure
gives yon a certain prestige and standing in the world
of business and (inancee. There's respect for the man
Account in Our Bank
It shows that be has adopted up-to-date business methods,
that he saves his money and knows the reliable reputa reputation
tion reputation of OUR BANK.
CAPITAL. Ft7L.LT PAID 131 S7h
H. D. STOKE 3, CaihUr.
J NO. L. EDWARDS. Pr. CLARENCE CAMP. Vie. PTM.
THE STATE UNIVERSITY
Next SeNlon Opea Sept. 17, 1912
The University of Florida offers ex
cellent opportunity for the liberal and
TRWTION MEN IN TOWN
1,'jdies" hats at less than wholesale
prices at 2 North Magnolia street this week ago
There is a big bunch of jolly young
fellows hanging around the board of
county commissioners, part of whom
have been here since the board met a
They are trying to sell the
board the traction engines advertised!
.can get over the stage in a marvelous
i manner. Tonight three fine pictures:
I "Papa's Double." A great comedy.
"The Auto Smash-Up." A thrilling
! "In Plossom Time." A great rural
B I professional education of Florida
young1 men at the actual cost of living.
High moral tone. Scholarly faculty.
Ceautiful buildings. Attractive camp campus.
us. campus. Nearly 00 per cent increase in at attendance
tendance attendance during the past three years,
leader in athletics and other forms of
student activities. Send for catalog.
A. A. MURPIIREE, President.
Mr. H. S. Chambers sold a fine bicy
cle to a lady from Inverness yester
tional Harvester Co
Your vacation is not complete with- mere of Relleview.
out a kodak. Ierig'
Mr. S. W. Petteway
commissioner from the
is at the Orala House.
destrovs the odor
Genu's 1'ostoffice Drug
J for bids by the board and each is here
to exploit the merits of his particular
j machine. They are, first, our own It.
i o. Connor, representing1 the Interna-
then C. A. Tre Tre-rejiresenting
rejiresenting Tre-rejiresenting the
; llerr machine, whien the other fellows
; speak of as "She." insisting that it is
; better grammar; Mr. ltruee. repre-scnt-'
ing the Remley Manufacturing Co.: G.
D. Tullock, with the International
(Harvester Co.: Mr. Seott. with the
j Fairbanks-Morse Co., and H. Y. Guard,
of representing the Troy Wagon Works.
FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE
College of Arts and Sciences, Normal
School with Kindergarten Department.
School of Music, School of Art. School
of Expression. Home Economies De Department
partment Department with extension division.
Deautiful location. Reautiful buildings
and first-class equipment throughout.
Tuition free. Other expenses very
low. For Information address
EDW. CONRADI, President.
K. OF. I OX THE INCREASE
j When Mrs. Desdemona Jones of
Sumter county was on trial here a few
weeks ago. as an accessory to the
! murder of her husband, a member of j
the jury that sat on her case was Mr.
Sellers of Moss F.luff. Mr. Sellers had!
a brother. Frank Sellers, a big. strong'
farmer from the same section, who!
sat in the audience and felt his heart!
soften with sympathy for the pale lit- j
tie woman for whose life an.l liberty j
the lawyers were so fiercely grappling' I
, in a battle of wits. i
Before the trial was over, an intro-
duction was obtained and sympathy j
grew to a stronger feeling. i
Count the Indians
On the Road I
4 H.P. SiotU CyliadW
7 HJ. Tia CrliaJtr
Mr. c. N. Kirkland has returned
from his visit to Georgia. Mrs. Kirk Kirkland
land Kirkland will remain until cooler weather.
i I5y Judge Liell. in his office in the
I The Oeala Lodge Knights of Pythias courthouse today. Mr. Frank .Sellers'
has made a substantial addition to its
membership in the last few weeks.
There is work in the different degrees
Millinery stock at T.2 North Magno Magnolia
lia Magnolia street must be sold this week at
I every meeting night, and this lodge.
one of the oldest and strongest in
ioeala. shows it has lost none of its in in-j
j in-j tluence and vitality. The K. of P., in
and Mrs. Desdemona Jones were made j
man and wife. They left on the after- j
noon train for their home by the Ok- j
lawaha, and the Star jo!ns their other
friends in wishing- them happiness.
ANOTHER CiOOI) ONE TON Hill T
C. Looney and son George order in the world, and it is impossible
was as fine
at the Temple last night
as they make them; jic jic-and
and jic-and clear, and the sub sub-We
We sub-We think tonight's show
A great drama. "Re
to find a city of any size in the United
States that has not one or more
j For quic k service in anything you Among the members recently added
want in the drug or toilet line, call 'are the following citizens: I K. Prad Prad-.28
.28 Prad-.28 1, the Court Pharmacy. dock. C. p. Howell. W. F. McAteer. P.
. i T;li i il l y i r- y-v .
. Lauoeu. v mines uou.iaru, ii. ton- story or the sunny south, and a
nor, .1. M. Douglas. C II. Strickland, sensational drama. "Lost Years."
Mrs. r.io. her, went to i.astiaKe mis i.. staj.j., J. W. Akin. K E. Iing, J.
afternoon for a two-weeks visit. j F. Thompson. A. C. Cobb, Rev. J. It.
i Ley and J. II. Penjamin.
Preserve your artistic Hoard of
ELKS MEET THIS EVENlNCi
rlie Elks will meet tonight
Chambers and her mother.
Trade certificate by having
I at the Ocnl.i News Co.
Mr. Willie West, of Nashville. Tenn..
is in the city, the guest of his brother.
Mr. c. K West.
is one of the good ones. An An-"Ives
"Ives An-"Ives Miracle." a pleasing1
pletes a splendid show at any price,
but at five cents to all it is almost be beyond
yond beyond belief. However, we are going
to jut it on and we ask you to come
"The Motorcycle with a Thousand Speeds!"
This is how an enthusiastic rider describes his 1912 Indian. The
Indian's "flexibility" of speed control is mainly due to
The Variable Speed and Free Engine Clutch
This ocyicc enable the Indian rider to regulate his
speed from 4 to 60 miles an hour by merely moving
the clutch lever the right degree. By this action the
clutch can be "slipped and the machine driven at
the speed beat suited to the moment.
In other words, the Variable
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
cnarge on all IV L Model Indians.
Don't forget tomorrow night is am-
ular session. Several applications for ateur night, the big fun show just as
membership. Several initiations. Pus- i srood as Reuben and Mandy at the
iness of imjortance. Please be there. county fair, and that is going some.
Don't suffer with heat. Stop at the
Court Pharmacy and cool off while en- i
joying a dish of that good Ice cream.
H. M. Hampton. Hxalted Ruler.
Joseph Pell. Secretary.
J you bet. The price is still .". cents.
I Fausett's North Carolina watermel watermelons
ons watermelons are going like hot cakes In Feb Feb-!
! Feb-! ruary.
Harmony Mosquito Talcum keeps
them away. 2."c. a tin. (ierlg s Post
Messrs. S. T. Sistrunk and W. A.
Knight returned -today by auto from
a visit to their families at Seabreeze.
If you want to find your friend while
down town, go to the Court Pharmacy
they all meet there.
If you want to see a busy prescrip prescription
tion prescription counter, look In at the Court
Pharmacy's prescription department.
You can save money by purchasing
second-hand and rebound books at the
Oeala News Co.
While shopping, stop and cool off at
the Court Pharmacy. We are not after
money; Just want your company.
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Riddling return-
ed yesterday afternoon fpom Melrose
land are boarding with Mrs. (loodwin
n North Second street. Mrs. Riddling j
and little daughter, Julia. eleven
' months old. went to Melrose ten days
jago to sjend a short time with Mr.
jRiddling's mother, and from there va
going-to Georgia to visit other rela rela-;
; rela-; lives, and expected to be absent a
j month. The baby was taken ill. from
the bite of an insect, it is thought, and
j rapidly grew worse with very high
SHOT AT HIS WIFE fever. Plood poison set in and the lit
Dej.utv Sheriff Prigance returned :tle life V out at 7 o'clock Hatur Hatur-this
this Hatur-this afternoon from Irvine to which !'la' evening, and the body was laid to
rest in the cemetery at Melrose Sun Sunday
day Sunday morning1.
( till) OF THINKS
Mr. and Mr. A. P. P.oone and family
wish to thank their many frien.ls and
neighbors for the great kindness
shown them during teh illness and
death of their son and brother, Oris.
Of 'ALA SCHOOL OPKNINfi
The Oeala high and primary schools
will oj.en Sept. 30.
place lie was called by the report
Hall McAllister had shot his wife.
arriving, he was informed that McAl-
lister had fired three shots at his wife
but had missed each time. Neither
Mrs. McAllister nor her husband could
be found, she having sought refuge
with her relatives some miles distant,
while he left for parts unknown. Mc McAllister
Allister McAllister was in town yesterday, and
the trouble began on his return home.
Rexall shaving- lotion, a delightful
antiseptic after shaving. (Jerig's Post Post-office
office Post-office Drugstores.
The Star regrets to
j Rebecca Smith, who
1 from a severe sicknes
learn that Miss
s. lias had a re-
MFN Our illustrated catalogue ex ex-jdains
jdains ex-jdains how we teach barber trade in
few weeks, mailed free. Moler Parber
College. Atlanta. Ga.
Mr. W. K. Zewadski has as his
guests his brothers. Messrs. Clarence
and Olaf Zewadski, of Oeala. Tampa
j Do you like to know that your pre prescriptions
scriptions prescriptions are filled correctly, with the
j best of drugs, and delivered to you
i promptly? Then try the Court Pharm Pharm-!
! Pharm-! acy. Send or phone 284.
Capt. W. O. Harrison of Venice has
sold his interest in the turpentine con convict
vict convict camp to his partner. R. S. Hall,
of Oeala. Sarasota Correspondent
What Arc You Paying?
3 Cans Van Camp's Beans 2."c
Florida Tomatoes, large size.... 10c
Florida Tomatoes, small size, 3
Swift's Premium Hams per lb 172C
Diamond C Hams per lb
Favorite Corn, 3 Cans for 25c
Cracker Boy Coffee per lb 30c
Lord De La Ware Soup per can. ,Cc
Large Bucket Cottolene $1.30
Medium Bucket Cottolene ."SOc
Best Creamery Butter per lb...3."c
In 3 lb. lots from the tub (i. e.
not prints) . $1.00
3 Packages Jello and Ice Cream
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Galloway are in
Alabama, visiting Mrs. Galloway's
grandmother, who has not seen her
granddaughter in eight years.
Mr. II. D. Stokes returned last night
from a visit to his mother in Alachua.
Mr. Stokes has yet some time left of
his vacation, and may take a trip to
North Carolina before it is over.
Ask for a free demonstration.
13. IP. CONDON
Distributor (or Marion County OCALA, FLORIDA
Fair, southwest winds.
Maximum, 93 degrees.
Average," 7.'J degrees.
Mr. II. W. Rawls expects his wife
and baby home from South Carolina
this week. The baby was quite sick
but is better now.
The baseball boys are practicing ev every
ery every afternoon and exjiect to give L.ees L.ees-burgr
burgr L.ees-burgr a lively contest Thursday. As
many of our people as possible should
go with them.
Mr. Willie Fuller, who has had a po position
sition position with a Jacksonville laundry, has
taken a place in Tampa. He is in
Oeala now, visiting- his relatives here,
and will leave for Tampa Saturday.
FOR RKNT A six-room cottage Following are the meteorological
Apply to Dr. Fuller. ( conditions that prevailed during the
r-nn m-VTT,m nr three rooms. : t wenty-f our hours up to sunset yester-
furnished for light housekeeping in
the new Bierman flat, opposite the!
rostoffice. Inquire upstairs at the j
building or at the Star office. I
FOR RENT Offices In Holder build building.
ing. building. Apply to Davis & Martin.
vnn tf:nt Three furnished rooms
lor light housekeeping; first floor jers in SOuth portion tonight or Wed
iront, all conveniences. Including as jnesday.
Ltove. half block from A. C. U depot, j ,,
No. 3 4 Oklawaha avenue. Al TOMOIlll.f: LAMP LOST
FOR RENT 131 South Watula j
street 2-storv, seven rooms, large lot, Ivt, somewhere between South
sir, H. C. Packham. i Third street and Kendrlek.
cottages for rcnt;",'" """
bile tail light.
WFATI I i:B FORKCAST
Generally fair weather except show-
Two five room
new and well located.
Apply to F. W.
Mr. Eugene Dozier. who arrived Sat Saturday
urday Saturday night to visit his sick mother,
returned to Jacksonville yesterday, but
?.Ir. and Mrs. Iansford's little son.
after several days of sickness, is much
better, but now Mrs. Lansford. worn i
out by the work an 1 anxiety of the J
past week, is very ill.
oil bowl of an automo automo-Finder
Finder automo-Finder will please "e-
rOTTAGKS FOR ItKXT
Two of ti.
n-r sign- are
"I was cured of diarrhoea by one
dose of Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy." writes M. E.
Gebhardt. Oriole. Pa. There is nothing
better. For sale by all dealers.
The work on the Harrington has al-
: most obliterated all outward traces of
;Keatlnii's cafe and thirst quenehery.
but quite a many peojde fin-! it. all the
One of our industrious and skillful
younu: auto mechanics authorizes the
Star to advertise that he wants a wife.
The ladv mu: be under 4 "rood -look
ing and a g..,.d cook. Address the Staril'nll Cream Cbeoe ir lb
in strict conMUnce.
3 Packages Lipton's Jelly Tab Tablets
lets Tablets 25c
3 Sunbeam Cornflakes 22c
3 Cans ,"5c. Gold Evaporated Milk 10c
3 Fackages Dutch Cleanser 25c
3 Cans Van Camp's Hominy. .. .25c
152 I"- Granulated Sugar. .$1.00
Old Country Blend Tea per lb. .50cv
hanome brass cr cr-irsr
irsr cr-irsr put ut. at the main
his wife and daughter. Miss Florence entrance to the Munroe .v nam'-us-will
remain for some days longer. j Rank for ornament, entirely; as eV-
. jeryboly in this j.arr of Florida knows
Ned Anthony deserves a Carnegie j where the bank is.
f tVio Tionnto I
Mr. and Mrs. G. Iaws. who came uj
Generally fair except showers ex extreme
treme extreme north portion tonight or Sun Sun-d
d Sun-d a y.
WANTED To exchange 160 acres
of land for city property. Iand locat located
ed located nn hard road, four miles from the
city limits of Oeala. Address C. II.
Stuart, '.! Daugherty street, Oeala, Fla.
t h e m
medal more than some of the people
now wearing that decoration. Late
yesterday afternoon, a horse belong-- from Coleman to
in. t,-. McT-.niMin .s:- Tolar took f rich t. i Mrs. A P.. I." i-
an.i s.im down the strict in f ill sral- and death "f
lop with a busriry swinging beh ind. j today, taking Mrs.
Ned saw the horse coming, and start-'for a few 1 iys v:.-:t
ing out in a run himsen managed to
ith the tines as the animal rushed j Mr. Robe
"-"v I ... ... .... i !t
and soon brought him to a stand. It several day iure w:tn ine xamiiy uur- v-
ing the last illness and
P. tone af;
t n e ; r
j EosT .Somewhere between Oklawa Oklawa-,;h.t
,;h.t Oklawa-,;h.t avenue and Seaboard depot, a eolld
.1 1 ..1. l vlAl.t trtfH naarl tn
center. If returned to Mrs.
finder will be rewarded.
D. C. Rybee, teaming contractor liv
ing at 665 Keelinj? Court, Canton, 111.,
ti-nuing jis now wta no ui a eftic auu a""";-
was an act that
skill and bravery, and Ned
full commendation for it.
5 Gallons Oil
Fresh Bulk Oatmeal per lb.
Heinz Vinegar per gallon..
STRAYED A small. black Ally,
olind in both eyes. Supposed to have
broken loose from hitching place r.eariSalt Bacon per lb
Temple theater. Return or give infor information
mation information to Chas. E. Foglestrom. M"nta-?rue.
. . 5c
The clock that is to be given away
at the Air Dome Saturdav night is a
very pretty clock, resting on a silk silk-lined
lined silk-lined jewelry case. It is a very hand handsome
some handsome prize. It is in the candy ca-e at
the Court Pharmacy.
of kidnev trouble. His back
b ath of hi 'pained and he was Dotnerea nun
-.ro-. left ye-ter lav for Jack-j headaches and dizzy spells. I tooK
w' ere he is in "vu-:nes. a Foley Kidney Pills Just as directed
of the firm of T i k-.-n-Hoyt
There are very few writers mre in interesting
teresting interesting than Charles Dicken. and
Martin Chuzzelwit Is one of his best
works. The Vltasrr.ph Film Company Company-has
has Company-has reproduced this great work in a
three-reel feature picture which will
be shown at the A!r Dome Friday-night.
It was erroneously reported yester yesterday
day yesterday that Maj.r Tom Hall had been
bally hurt in an auto, accident. The
maj-jr iiad cmething -f a j 1 1 ut h-
.- r; ') extent.
and In a few days I felt much better.
My life and strength seemed to come
back, and I sleep well. I am now all
over my trouble and fflad to recom recommend
mend recommend Foley Kidney Pills." Try them.
I.OVAI. OIIDKIt OF MOOSE
Will Epp-s and Carri Carri-worthy
worthy Carri-worthy colored e.juple, wer
the county judge'-- f fi e
noon. Mrs. Mary Roa-ie, r.
' de man. a
his a f ter tertiary
tiary tertiary pub-
( e :
The regular monthly bu:r.ess mee. mee.-ing
ing mee.-ing of the Oeala Epworth League will
$1.00 ; tt. hell at the home of Mrs. Ervin. ",'
Ideal Location, Splendid
Equipment. Strong Fac Facility.
ility. Facility. Full College and
i ri It m. w I F
3Li I. .
70th Session Begins
Sept. 11th. 'For Infor Information
mation Information Address the
Secretary, Box 15.
In Judge Eyl.s Eyl.s-another
another Eyl.s-another colored
guilty of vagrar.
pay $0 r do :
ourt is morning,
em.ile was f.f.m i
and sentenced to
"Were all medicines as meritorious I
as Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and j
Diarrhoea Remedy the world would
be much better off and the percentage'
of suffering greatly decreased." writes
Lindsay Scott, of Temple, Ind. For
sale by all dealers.
at t n ; s m
is desire I.
matters are o
13 Ih. Whole Grain Bice for
i V u
. 1 . 1 . 1 S . I - ..... ....
.11 II. ii..... ein. 1-1 y ei no. ... ....,!.
t-in. .-.. iv MiK-mf v.i.j ninj. July l-. at ? rifK. .-tv-rii
12-lb. Sack Hcnrv' Clay Flour
! Cream of Wheat ier package ... 1 ."c
j Wesson Cooking il 30c
!coinMund Itnl He
Fine irlta Polaloe. per peck Jt-'x
ti : g :i
of Strauss V
The Oeala Lod?e, No. 633, Loyal Or Order
der Order of Moose, meets each Thursday
evening at 8 o'clock in the Gary build building,
ing, building, third floor. Visiting brothers are
invited to attend our meetings.
Geo. F. Mershon, Dictator.
E L. Stapp, Secretary.
ts. left IlStj
! Denver, Salt
ba-k by hi" old home, j
1. Mr Dusky
WOOUMKX OF TIIH WORLD
itii.g k-agu-rs .ir. 1 ; To Tors
rs Tors ordially invite 1
the most common ailments
working peP ari? afflicted
F-trt King Camp. No. 1 4, Woodmen
will be of the World, will hold their next reg-
ular meeting Friday evening. Sept. 15,
! a Yonge's Hall. Every member Is
Sterr ng on a rustv nail lias been ured to oe present ana visitors ai-
;he cause of many cases of lockjaw, j ways welcome. B. N. I)oh, C. C.
with is lame back. Apply Chamber
Iain's Liniment twice a day and ma?
-i the r..i!v thoroughlv .at each an- toi
plication, and you will tret juick re
lief. For sale by all dealers.
The nail was not so mu- h the fault as
reglect of the wound. If .-u.-h w-ir.1s
were cleansed and RALLARD'.S LINI
MENT applied w
jaw. as the antisei-tic
t lin;mr.t woull counteract
i r. 1 h
c K. Sage, Clerk.
iipti:h o. 13 It. A. M.
1 I be no lock- I
unl would heal
oui-kly. I'rice 2Zc. .0c ar.d fl rer bot bottle.
tle. bottle. At all druggist?.
Regular convocations of the Oeala
Chapter No. i ?., It. A. M., on the fourth
Friday in every month, at 7:30 p. m.
C. K. Connor. It. P.
Jake Urown, Secretary.
OCA1A EVENING STAR, TUESDAY. AUGUST 1.1. 1912
W mffltei AM I Oeraldine Bonner j
THIS TRUNK IS REGISTERED AGAINST LOSS IF OWNER OWNERSHIP
SHIP OWNERSHIP CANNOT BE DETERMINED DQ NOT BttA OPEN BUT
5tN0 REGISTRY NUMBER TO ABOVE ADDRESS
U rll (ioml TYlcrahle Trunk
.MI sixes, from .-mall .-tearner trunks
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The magnificent afternoon had j
brought out a throng of people. Every j
seat in the lines of benches was full :
and foot passengers kept constantly j
coming up, standing for a few meas-
ures, and then moving on. They were
of all kinds. The beauty of the day
had even tempted the more fashion fashionable
able fashionable element out, and the two sisters
saw many elegantly-dressed ladies of
the sort on whom Hazel fitted hats all
day, and that evoked in Berny a deep j
and respectable curiosity. Both worn- j
en, sitting high in their chairs, craned ;
their necks this way and that, spying j
through breaks in the crowd, and fol-'
lowing attractive figures with dodging
movements of their heads. When
either one saw anything she liked or
thought interesting she laid a hand on
the other's knee, giving it a slight dig, i
and designated the object of her at- i
tentlon In a few broken words, de-
tached and disconnected like notes
ror a sentence. i
They were thus engaged when Ha Hazel
zel Hazel saw Dominick and, rising, hailed
him with a beckoning hand. He made
his way toward them, moving delib
erately. once or twice pausing to greet;
acquaintances. He was taller than
anj man in ine surrounuing inrong nick His voice had not SOUnded nat nat-and
and nat-and Berny, watching him, felt a sense ural; as ghe placed her arm against
of proprietary pride swelling In her his Bhe could f eel that he trembled,
when she noted his superiority. The j She said nothing but settled back
son of an Irish laborer and a girl who; n vpr rt,air Hrviv swniimvin Tn
had begun life as the general servant j those few past moments her whole tarnishing blur on the crystalline clar clar-ln
ln clar-ln a miner's boarding-house, he looked world had undergone a revolution that I of the SCene- The 6un ejected
as If his forebears might have been j lft ner filing dazed and a little sick j thS dust films witn sold, and they
the flower of the nation. He wore a j It was as If the earth had Euddenly 1 settled Elowl'' as if il madf thems
loose-fitting suit of gray tweed, a wide, ; whlrid around and she had come up heav- 15ke ground-up particles of
gray felt sombrero, and round his Dantine and clutchine among familiar j metal.
waist a belt of yellow leather. His col-
lar turning back from his neck exposed j
tho brown strength of his throat, and
on lifting his hat In a passing saluta salutation,
tion, salutation, his head with its cropped curly
hair, the ears growing close against
it, showed golden brown in the sun sunlight.
light. sunlight. With a phrase of greeting he joined
them, and then as they swept their
skirts off the chair they had been hid hiding,
ing, hiding, slipped In front of Berny and sat
down. Hazel began to talk to him.
Her conversation was of a rallying,
Joking sort, at which she was quite
proficient. Berny heard him laugh and
knew by the tone of his voice that he
was pretending and was not really
amused. She had nothing particular
to say to him, feeling that she accom accomplished
plished accomplished enough in inducing him to join
them, and, sitting forward on the edge
of her chair, continued to watch the
people. A blonde coiffure some rows
in front caught her eye and she was
studying its intricacies through the in interstices
terstices interstices that came and went between
the moving heads, when the sudden
emergence into view of an unusually
striking female figure diverted her at attention.
tention. attention. The woman had come up
from behind and, temporarily stopped
by the crowd, had come to a standstill
a few rows In front of where the sis sisters
ters sisters sat. She was accompanied by
a young man dressed in the Sunday
dignity of frock-coat and eilk hat. As
he turned to survey the lines of filled
chairs, Berny saw that he had a pale
skin, a small black mustache, and dark
But her. interest in him was of the
slightest. Her attention was immedi immediately
ately immediately riveted upon the woman, who be became
came became the object of a glance which in inspected
spected inspected her with a piercing eagerness
from her hat to the hem of her skirt.
Berny could not see her face, but her
habiliments were of the latest mode
and of an unusual and subdued ele elegance
gance elegance which bespoke an origin in a
more sophisticated center than San
Francisco. Berny, all agog with curi curiosity,
osity, curiosity, stared at the lady's back, not noting
ing noting not only her clothes but a certain
carelessness in the way they were put
on. Her hat was not quite straight.
The comb, which crossed the back of
her head and kept her hair smooth,
was crooked, and blonde wisps hung
from it over her collar. The hand that
held up her skirt .in a loose perfunc perfunctory
tory perfunctory manner, as though these rich en en-casings
casings en-casings were possessions of no mo moment,
ment, moment, was covered by a not particular particularly
ly particularly white glove.
Such unconsciousness added the dis distinction
tinction distinction of indifference to the already
marked figure. Berny wondered more
than ever who it was and longed to
see the averted face. She was about
to lean across Dominick and attract
Hazel's attention by a poking finger
directed against her knee, when the
"woman, with a word to her companion,
moved her head and let a slow glance
sweep over the rows of faces.
"Hazel," Berny hissed across Domi
nick, "look at that girl
Who is She?"
She did not divert her eyes from the
woman's face, which she now saw In
profile. It was pretty, she thought,
more from a rich, unmingled purity
of coloring than from any particular
beauty of feature. The head with its
gravely-traveling glance continued to
turn till Berny had the satisfaction of
seeing the face in three-quarters. A t
moment later th mnvlnr- m-oa ittit4
Indifferently, bruskly, as though
checked by the imperative stoppage of
Only a person ratching closely
would have noticed it, but Bernv was
watching with the most vigilant close-
ness. She saw the infusion of a new
and keener interest transform the
glance, concentrate its lazv. diffused
attention into something that had the
sharpness and suddenness of a leap-
7 JTtZ11 a
of color rose clearly pink over tie
face, and then, most surprising of all.
the lady bent her head in a grave, do-
Berny turned, startled and In a
vague, undefined way, disturbed, too
to see who had been the object of this
salutation. To her astonishment it
was Dominick. As she looked at him,
he replaced his hat and she paw to j and shriveled up! oure as bad as
the augmentation of that vague sense Josh. You and he ought to have mar mar-of
of mar-of disturbance that he was as pale as each other. i ou'd have been a
the bowing woman was pink. j Prize couple."
"Dominick," she exclaimed,
"Miss Cannon." he said in a
"Rose Cannon?" hissed Hazel on the
Berny Turned, Startled.
ward, and tense in the interest of the'
moment, '"Bill Cannon's daughter?"
"Yes. I met her at Antelope."
i?erny, did you see her dress?" Ha-1
zel hung 'over her brother-in-law in her
pxcitpmvnt "That's straight from'
paris t- bet you a dollar.
"Yps t saw it Kairl Tirnv in a
voice that did not sound particularly
exhilarated; "maybe it is." j
She looked back at Miss Cannon
a .o,r -oc ..
in off through the crowd with her es-i
cort. Then she leaned toward Domi-
thines reversed and unset In an in-
stantaneous flash of illumination she i
saw cvervrhine the look in the worn-
saw everything the look in the wom woman's
an's woman's eyes, her rush of color, Dominick's
voice, his expression, the trembling
of his arm it was all perfectly plain!
This was the girl he had been shut in
Antelope with for three weeks. Now
she knew what the change was, the in inexplicable,
explicable, inexplicable, mysterious change that
had so puzzled her.
She felt bewildered, and under her
bewilderment a pain, a fierce, unfa unfamiliar
miliar unfamiliar pain, gripped her. She did
not for the moment say anything or
want to speak, and she felt as a child
does who is dazed and stupefied by an
unexpected assault of ill treatment.
The slight sensation of inward sink sinking,
ing, sinking, that made her feel a little sick,
continued and she sat in a chilled and
drooping silence, all her bridling con conceit
ceit conceit in herself and her fine clothes
stricken suddenly out of her.
She heard Hazel asking Dominick
questions about Miss Cannon, and .she
heard Dominick's answers, brkf and
given with a reticent doggedness.
Then Hazel asked him for the time
and she was conscious of his elbow
pressing against her arm as he felt
for his watch. As he drew it out and
held it toward the questioner, Berny
suddenly leaned forward, and, catch catching
ing catching his hand with the watch in it,
turned its face toward her. The hand
beneath hers was cold, and shook. She
let it go and again sank back in her
chair. The feeling of sickness grew
stronger and was augmented by a
sense of physical feebleness, of being
tremulous and cold deep down in her
Hazel rose to her feet, shaking her
skirts into place.
"Let's go on,, she said, "it's getting
chilly. Come along, Josh. I suppose
if you were let alone, you'd sit here
till sundown listening to the music in
Dominick and Josh rose and there
was an adjusting and putting-on of
wraps. Berny still sat motionless, her
hands, stiff in their tight gloves, lying
open on her lap.
"Come along, Berny," said Hazel.
"It's too cold to sit here any longer.
Why. how funny you look, all pale
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Joen laugnea louoiy at mis sauy,
leaning round the figure of his wife to
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present nis looiisn, gooa-aumorea iace,
creased wirh a grin, to Berny.
"Are you willing, Berny?" he cried
gaily. "I can get a divorce whenever
you say. It will be dead easy; brutal
and inhuman treatment. Just say the
"There'll be brutal and inhuman
' treatment if you don t move on and t
; stop blocking the way, Josh McCrae,"
i said Hazel severely. "I want to go out j
that side and there you are right in j
i the path, trying to be funny." j
i The cheerful Josh, still laughing, j
i turned and moved onward between the j
seats, the others following him. The j
j mass of the crowd was not yet leav- I
i ing, and as the little group moved for- j
! ward in a straggling line toward the j
j drive, the exciting opening of the Wil Wil-'
' Wil-' liam Tell Overture boomed out from
1 the sounding board. It was a favor favor-j
j favor-j ite piece, and they left lingeringly, Ha Ha-!
! Ha-! zel and Josh particularly fascinated,
with heads turned and ears trained on
j the band. Josh's hand, passed through
! his wife's arm, affectionately pressed
her against his side, for despite the
' sharpness of their recriminations they
were the most loving of couples.
; Berny was the last of the line. In
j the flurry of departure her silence had
i passed unnoticed, and that she should
i thus lag at the tall of the procession
was. in an? way remarkable, as.
at the best of times, she was not much
; of a walker and In her high-heeled
Sunday shoes her progress was always
Looking ahead of her, she saw the
landscape still as a picture under the
slanting, lurid sunlight. It seemed to
b.e Painttd wit? "nnat"ra11 glaring
tmts to be soaked l? ioloT- The gFa!s
crossd wlthp lonS shadows, was of the
greenness of an aniline dye. The
massed foliage of tree groups showed
a melting richness of shades, no one
clearly defined, all fused in a thick,
opaque lusciousness of greens. The air
was motionless and very clear. Where
a passing carriage stirred the dust
the powdery cloud rose, spreading a
Yet. to Berny, this hectic prospect
looked gray; all color seemed sucked
from it. It appeared pale and alien,
its comfortable intimacy gone. She
was like a stranger walking in a
strange place, a forlorn, remote land,
where she felt miserable and home homesick.
sick. homesick. The sense of being dazed was
passing from her. Walking forward
with short, careful steps, she was
slowly coming to the meaning of her
discovery adjusting herself to it,
realizing its significance. She had an
uncomfortable sensation of not being
able to control the muscles round her
mouth, so that if spoken to she would )
have had difficulty in answering, and
would have been quite unable to
An open carriage passed her, and
she drew aside, then mechanically
looked after it as it rolled forward.
There was a single figure in it a
woman. Berny could see her head over
the lowered hood, and the little para parasol
sol parasol she held, white with a black lace
cover and having a joint in the handle.
Her eyes followed this receding head,
moving so evenly against the back background
ground background of trees. It soared along with without
out without sinking or rising, with the ven,
forward flight of a bird, passed Han Hannah
nah Hannah and Josh and Hazel, turning to
drop on them quick looks, which
seemed, from its elevated position and
the shortness of the inspection, to
have something of disdain in them.
As the carriage drew near Dominick,
who walked at the head of the line
with Pearl by the hand, Berny saw the
head move, lean forward, and then, as
the vehicle overhauled and passed
the young man, turn at right angles
and bow to him. The wheel almost
brushed his shoulder. He drew back
from it with a start and lifted his hat.
Hazel, who was walking just in front
of Berny, turned and projecting her
lips so that they stood out from her
face in a red circle, hissed through
"Old Lady Ryan!" and then in a
slightly louder key:
"You take a hatchet and I'll take a
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Buckingham Court House, Va. By
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