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

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. Hittinger & Carroll Proprietors.
R. R. Carroll, Business Manager.

J. II. Renjamln, Editor.

Kntered in the pcMtofflee at Ocala,
Fla., as second class mail matter.


his spirit, hi? courage, hi determiaa determiaa-tion
tion determiaa-tion or his intelligence.
McCombs put in a card-index system,
classified and briefed all the letters
about Wilson that were received, or organized
ganized organized a field force, put Tom Tense
in charge of the publicity in Washing Washington
ton Washington and wen at it. lit- personally
financed the first trip Governor Wilson
took to the Pacific coast, and he had a
good deal to do with tne kind of



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Fine anil t onvenlently Drsiunrtl lru
tnre Heine F. reeled by th- ( arml arml-chael
chael arml-chael and Son ( ornpuny
Few people realize the of

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speeches the governor made out there. the new
It was a sort of introductory trip to! A: Son C
Wilson, and McCombs. saw to it that the corner.

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oratorical credentials the governor pro- than K.j feet s-j'iar. ar

duced were riht and suited to the oc- pressed white brick

The following interesting article j
about the democratic campaign man- j
aer is reproduced from the .Saturday j
Evening Post:
This country is dotted, nay, speckled,
with men whose total achievement In
life is summed up in the college clas.?
numerals that adorn their names. You
step on them in every university club
in the country, the men who graduat graduated
ed graduated and, having attained that distinc distinction,
tion, distinction, never attained any other, except,
perhaps, membership in a Greek-letter
fraternity, all of which entitles them
to go to class reunions and anniversar anniversaries
ies anniversaries and to make up the scenery at frat
banquets, and gives them their sole
topic of conversation, which is the big
men who graduated with them with
them, mark you and having survived
the handicap of the association, have
made successes. One of the chief fea features
tures features of the ritual of Jhe Iletlected

Glory Boys is: "Why, of course. I know
nim. We were in the same class to-
gether'at dear old whatever dear
old Institution it was that sheltered
them simultaneously.
Ordinarily the men who strike twelve
are not the men who remember their
college life, but the men who forget it.
The acute rememberer of what happen happened
ed happened at dear old Ibegin, while the class
of '76 was m.ifr.tting its opponents
hasn't anything else to remember. The
climax of his career as with all of his
kind came when they squeezed him
through, stuck a cap and gown on him,
handed him a diploma on which he
learned his name was Jacobus instead
of Jirn, and turned him loose.
Ordinarily, I say, this is what hap happens.
pens. happens. I mention these things not in insinuating
sinuating insinuating that colleges and universities
do not have their uses, but merely as a
preliminary to the introduction of one

proiessionai Krauiraie uu, iciaiiini, j

that fervid interest in his university,
still has had time and ability to put
over some other enterprises besides a
class dinner and a frat convocation,
one of said enterprises being a candi candidate
date candidate for the presidency of the United
I refer to William F. McCombs.
Princeton, '98, otherwise known as Hill
McCombs. He has all the earmarks of
thw chap who speaks of his alma mater
with the tremolo stop on, and might
have fitted himself for the old-grad

only two stories ;n
the- walls are rr.ak-

; mat it can be ex

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higher, making the
building in the city.

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casion. He enlisted men in various
parts of the country, organized in
states, worked day and night and kept
his head.
His only previous political exper experience,
ience, experience, in a sneeiSe way. was when he

ran for the assembly in New York City, upper Moors for tiats
as a democrat, and was beaten. He j n.r.i house an l ther
therefore, wasn't handlcanned bv- any ; in the northern par

barnacled political notions. Being; such, a rooming hou-o

vfiunir. the old organization gum-shoe pay fair returns for th

deal and double-deal methods did not; el.
appeal to him. He has a fresh view- i One of the interesting- feature- of
point. He played the game out in the i tne hi- building now being built is
open. When he sent a man into a state that it is h.-ing built right over the old
he didn't send him sneaking in to try ; one and the businesses transacted
to fix up something with the bosses. t..-re are not being di-turbed t- any
lmt he -enr him in and instructed him areat extent. -T. Dekle'- grocery

ii :::i.e
Ji-.ks.nville. "'
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Matinee Wednesday Afternoon ::: Amateur Night Wednesday $

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was :. i:
Tacksnr.v a -t
In-'. In o
.inies wh.-h-
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tA tf-11 all vomers he was after Wilson business was built right ov

delegates and to advertise that fact in 'old build; n.' then torn out. and ir
the papers. Moreover, he had the great meantime the outh-rn side of
good sense to keep away from the building is -..,nipi-td -r, tlie gr

bosses, and his card-index grew to 'tl...r and Mr. I-kle iia shift
such proportions that he had tabs on .-to. k wr into this store. w:ii w:ii-Wilson
Wilson w:ii-Wilson and anti-Wilson men in every ; be his permanent quarters.

and the

! --.ns

section. ) l ;:e ::g nterpr:

Big men not bosses, but men wno ,v on o., s..ot:i
believed in Wilson as the man best fit- are !..; nu earrb

ted to be the democratic candidate ; new building is
came into the movement. They all over and around

of the Carmk-ha..-!

retail and ruail order.
1 right n. while the
.-tea lily taking shape

'.e:ii. Tile Aj;;;;.;,--

worked in harmony with McCombs and tion of their modern, two-story ware ware-his
his ware-his advisers. McComis sat steady dur- hou.-e. Cyxl'd f- et. we.-t of tVie bu.l ling
ing the Harvey-Watterson-Ilyan-Wil- now under construction, fa-iiitat-d tiie
son squabble, through the Joline letter i conduct of tiu-ir ousines- wi.ii.- the
episode, througii the attacks on Wil.-on new building was aoing up. The
for anti-emigrant sentiments, and kept ; ond H-.or of the warehou-e and toe .--.--his
head. That is his main strength ond story of the new hri -k buil-l:nu
keeping his head. I will be joined. b-.ivinr th- ur-.ur.d :br
Then the convention came. McCombs .entirely i.pvn o tennis will pass
moved to Baltimore. His generals came j under and star. 1 t'nere. in :ii- space
with him Gore, Hughes, Lynch, John :ab..ut forty fee wide riuht thro'jjii
Sharp Williams. Davies, and the rest the building and the Mo k. arl-a I
and they took advantage of every cir- shipments are now unloaded right
cu instance, including the very power- ; from the cars into th. war.-hou.-.-.
ful W. J. Bryan circumstance. As the having to handle freight only a few
ballots progressed McCombs was there, j feet. The goods to go to the -eon d
steady as a rock. "We haven't won,"jtloor are wheeled on the big ep-ctri.-

he said continually, "but we're win- j-elevator and truck and all goes to t::e
ning." Thev didn't tie up with th second tloor.

bosses, and thev won. as was inevita- Another novel

gas to"
ut v. n

garage. Th-:s .n--
of ..- inT.: t 10o g.a

'. -e .i J rage
1 :rru-t tav

ice per gallon.
But is thi- just?

t'ne I The o;i .-omp.n':e
the i should -ell for ltt0.

m-1 ith.-m a fair t-rofit. But they

1 his t( a privilege class for in
will !(-on.mon people rr.ust pay
' make up thi- Th-u a

this poll.- y :ri all rr.-ir.r.-r
the f cause of the high
ing among- the c mtmon peo:

lie :s ru ytns"
ar.d -ells for j
.; r c; y there
are buying
of cor! racts. i
f the-e is a I
iny i because ;
n- per month i
Ing :50o gal-
n:j"h iiigher

ular rr.eetir.g F:

at Yon-e's
Urge;i To
w a y s w I ;
C. K. Sa:

Kir.g Car:-. p. N-x 14. Woodmen
W rll. will h ll their next reg-

lay evening-. Sept. 1H.

I'vcry member is
an 1 visitors al al-B.
B. al-B. N'.-l'osh. C. C.

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to render
must sell i
and the j

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IS II. A. M.

nvo-'at'.or.s of the Ocal.i

-r N"-. 1". B. A. M., on the fourth
- in every month, at 7:TH'i p. m.

C. K Connor. H,
Brown. Secretary.


of liv liv-All
All liv-All of

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led fr
- Any


el by

larrc Berkshire boar hog. Stray-
m Palmetto Park Farms July 25.
inform ati -n as to hog's where where--
- where-- will be appreciated and reward-

Strickland, manager Pal-



A Friend. i metto Park Farms.




nt of the Panama canal

f the Hou-e


e Ta:c
! n t

re Tue-1
Tie S .ut
n on a
out two

rday i

a say-- in re-:ar 1 to
Knight. wi.. was arre-tei

:.r:. lixj-r
still hunt

aoout. two nion.u- an-

:- r-ny :e a a-by
by a-by the authorities ,,f
Tiie am.o.-nt in who
lebt'-l t-j ;':e e; :
stated in the warrant
that he defaulte 1 W:
funds of th.- c


Company ha- j
Kr.'-l:- for:

: was not tint il
aught in Kala j
M arlon cour.'y.
K nig lit is in-

' ad :n in is: rat: -u coniti.itu-e

'and Senate was ma le by which free
pa-.-a-e wa-- b niel American own own-j
j own-j e 1 .-hi; -. r. g.ged in foreign ttade. fr fr-!
! fr-! elgn shin' matt rials to be a-1-



is n "i t

s. and
k up a:
.il 1

tariff to tiie I'nited
Inter-tate Commerce
II be given power to
-rcblna t ion of compet-

.:ns w.uicn )t linos
olic good.


I T i" l!-lAe ti-.Ti-,'r? rr.-n T or liv

ing- at 601' Keeling Court, Canton, 111..

Whereupon, as has often been the
case, it was proved that American
politics is a most various and mutable
contraption. Two years ago McCombs

feature of this big

building operation is that every dol dollar
lar dollar of expense is paid every night anl
nothing runs over into the next day.
The entire work will he completed in
about two months and one of the best

co mi. any

but it is alleged

:e oanuiiTig i:. i:.-in
in i:.-in the um' of

several hundred dollars. Knight was

connected wih the c-imnan v for

:v f,.r the' J,rt ne-H'"'1 ai-1

rVli wV.n.. ,V;..',,;.tove '..."in,nr...!hch- and dizzy spells. "I took

hims-!f most favorably wit:: the agent

the com com-overel
overel com-overel in

n o w

I ir- rTio of kMrnV froi-.ble


and t

other employe employe-Ti:e
Ti:e employe-Ti:e shortage di.-

Knight's .a. counts was a great surpr:
to evervor.e who knew him.



as a lawyer in New York, aged thirty-land most substantial building- in Co-

four. He was known in Princeton cir- county will be added to the many

cles. and that was about all. Now lie
Is a recognized political leader and
justly so; and the way seems open for

him to go as far as he likes. Without

. . . E V, V. n 1 9 ,r Via

pruiessiuu .inuui ..nn l.,...r,. iw. ... (lt,tr;i(.tin:r from Wilson's success as a

md for these reasons: He

is intensely Princeton; but he spread

out bit, so to speak, and instead of
specializing On Princeton, he specializ specialized
ed specialized on the president of Princeton a
ditference there and, if things go well,
he expects to add a president of these
United States to his specialties.
About all that was Known of Wood Wood-row
row Wood-row Wilson by the bulk of the people
of this country three years ago was
that he is a person who looks, in his
pictures, as if he would crack his face
if he smiled, and that he has written a
history of the United States which Is
-reasonably easy to obtain by the pay payment
ment payment of a small .sum down and the
rest in equal monthly installments.
Now at this moment the bulk of the
American people know more about
Woodrow Wilson than he knows him him-Isef
Isef him-Isef know about his ancestry, his pos posterity,
terity, posterity, his habits, tastes, emotions, the
way he likes hjs eggs, how he parts his
hair, the sort of a bath he takes, what
he prefers in the way of socks, whether
i wears union suits or not, and many
other intimate and personal details.
A Short lloatl in Fame
Moreover, the bulk of the people now
refer to him as Woody, and call his
daughters by their first names, and


cand idatt

has courage, sense, organizing ability
and keen political sagacity. Moreover
and this is most important iie rec recognizes
ognizes recognizes new conditions and applies
suitable methods, instead of relying on
the traditional practices of the old or order.
der. order. Tiie country has just begun to

hear from William F. McCombs, Prince- i

ton. 'i'S.

be built here of late.

FMIItll! FlltT II.i:
of sv. i"i.n rono

tii will-Hi's i:"ii vnov


The Marion county socialists are not
strong, numerically, but they make up
in loyalty and enthusiasm to their
party for what they lack in numbers.
There is Herbert Jones, 1-1. ('. Smith, C.
X. Schneider, Xathan Goldman, S. I
Bitting and a good many others scat scattered
tered scattered through the city and county.
Bach of them reads the literature of
his parts and is posted in its tenets.

Xotice is hereby given that the reg regular
ular regular state uniform examination for
teachers' certificates will be held in j
Ocala beginning on Tuesday. Septem- (
her :!, BUJ. The white applicants will ;
met at the Ocala High School and the1
colored at Howard Academy at '.' a. m.. 1
and all come prepared with paper, pens :
and ink for the work. The usual fee j
of $1 will be collected at the beginning!

Savannah. Ca.. Aug.
-.arlier. but inferior in
r.ared with last year

1.".. Four days
ouality a- com combe
be combe first bale of

of the work.

Very respectfully.
J. H. Brinson, Supt.


The renders of this paper will lie
pb-ased to learn that there is at bast
one dreaded disease that science lias

Sea Island cotton for the season reach -Savannah
yesterday. The bale was
grown by .7. T. Price, of Wade. Alachua
county. Florida, and was ginned by A.
P. MacClenny. "f Cadalac. The bale
grades choice and is of good staple. It
weights "f.S pounds. It was knocked
down at public auction to Cabbell and
Peck. Savannah's newest cotton firm,
for ST. ij cents per pound.

veil ri 1 of a severe and annoy-

His back

was bothered with
lizzy spells. "I took

Folev Kidnev Pills just as directed

'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 gla.l to recom-

j mend Foley Kidney Pills." Try them,
j Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.

After a fight extending over many
weeks demo- rats of the House of Rep Representatives
resentatives Representatives have agreed in caucus to
recede from their "no battleship" pro program
gram program In this session and to permit the
battleship champions to vote in the

Hou-e for one such vessel.


The flag should not be hoisted before
sunrise nor allowed to remain up after
sunset. When the national colors are
passing on parade or in review, the
spectator should, if walking, halt. and.

Wilson has already been enticed if sitting, arise, stand at attention and

several times into telling the female uncover. When the national and state
reporters what she thinks of politics, i Hags tly together, thw national tlag

.. i i i i i

uiait can leei Mire ue nas arriveo
when they ask his wife what she

thinks of politics and print what they
think she ought to say, instead of what
she says. In other words, Mr. Wood Wood-row
row Wood-row Wilson, in the space of three short
years, has expanded from academician
to acme, from pragmatist to pinnacle,
from author to apex, and, assuming
that you ask why this is so, I hasten to
answer this so so largely because of
William F. McCombs, Princeton, '98.
To be sure. It Isn't all because of
XVilllatn F. McCombs, Princeto- '98. Let
us not, by any chance, overlook Thomas
Jones Pense, of whom more hereafter,
or William McAdoo. or Walter Page, or
Senator Gore, or Fred Lynch, or Bill

should be placed on the right. In plac placing
ing placing the Hag at half-staff, it should lie
first hoisted to the top of the staff and
then lowered to position. Miami Her Herald.
ald. Herald. The foregoing should be known to all
Americans, but comparatively few
either know or care to know it.

The city of St. Augustine is figuring

Ion putting in a plant for softening the

city water. All of the artesian water
on the northern portion of the east
coast of the state is sulphur water and

Near Rochelle. 111., an Indian went
to sleep on a railroad track and was
killed by the fast express. lie paid
for his carelessn.-ss with his life.
Often its that wav when rr-orle tlci-

been able to cure in all its stages, and icct c hs anil colJ. Don-t risk your
that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is ; ife yhen prompt u?e of Dr. King's
the only positive cure now known to jXew Discoverv will cure them and so
the medical fraternity. Catarrh being prevent a janreroiiS throat or lung
a constitutional disease, requires a, ..T. ,n,llnU..,,. .,a

short time, of a terrible cough that
followed a severe attack of grip."

R. Watts, Floydada, Texa--.

pounds in weight

Catarrh Cure is taken internally, act acting
ing acting directly upon the blood and mu-

cous suixaces w.e .-.s.eio. wiexe... j j 5,3

aesiroying uie louimunou u i..e -:tRat t -na.l lost." Quick, safe, reliable
sease, and giving the patient strength ;and ?narantc.eil SOc. and ?1. Trial
by building up the constitution and as-uottle fre? at TvdinJ?s & Co.
sisting nature in doing its work. 1 he j

proprietors have so much faith in its
curative powers that they offer one
hundred dollars for any case that it

for list of testi-

Bites of poisonous Insects that cause
the tlesh to swell up must be treated
with a healing antiseptic that win
counteract the poison and heal the
MENT LINIMENT an-wrrs every requirement in
such cases. Price 2Zc. ZOc and ?1 per
bottle. Sold by all druggists.

The clock that is to be given away
at the Air Dome Saturday night is a
very pretty lo.-k, resting on a silk silk-lined
lined silk-lined jewelry case. It is a very hand-son..:-
prize. It is in the wan ly case at
the Court Pharmacy.

There are very few writers more in interesting
teresting interesting than Charles Dickens, and
Martin Chuzzelwit is one of his best
works. The Vitagriph Film Company
has reproduced this great work in a
three-reel feature picture which will









To persons giving good references


'Why Pay More"

xot m: h i:oi gii

fails to cure. Fend

monials. Address F. J. Cheney & Co.,
Toledo. O. Sold by druggists. T.'c. Take
Hall's Family Pills for constipation.

i Punishment. Thought n (ieorcin Mot.

fwinc; IT CIRT For

The report that the salvation Army

had captured Dunnellon was an error.

citizens are backing a plan to bond the
town for sewerage, paved streets and
other improvements. Dunnellon has
the situation and the business for a !ig
and important town, and the evils it
has suffered from are easy to subdue.

We have no idea that Kngland sets
such an example by taxing vessels
under the Hnglish tlag for the privilege

I of passing through the Suex canal.

Kstero Ragle.
Kngland does not own the Suez canal,
tho P.ritish soldiers occupy the forts
that command it. The canal is owned
by a stock company, in which English Englishmen
men Englishmen own a majority of shares. Ves Vessels
sels Vessels of all nations pay tolls alike for
passing thru the canal, and in ca;-e of
war between Great P.ritain and another

country, tiie ships of b.ith would be!
treated in the canal just like they

would in any neutral port.

u. umeis no neipeo iM)unneU(m. however, is preparing to
elevate Professor Wilson to his present makt. .4rt.;U advancement. Its leading

prouil position or being the White Hope
of the democracy; but at the moment
William F. McCombs, Princeton. ?8. I
the subject of these remarks. If it
ever becomes necessary to fix the Iden Identity
tity Identity of the Original Wilson Man and
It won't be unless the Original Wilson
and a majority of his fellow American
citizens are in favorable ballot con conjunction
junction conjunction next November McCombs
must be selected for that distinction, if
It shall turn out thus next, of course,
to Wilson himself. McCombs. as I
have Intimated, is a graduate of Prince Princeton.
ton. Princeton. While there he formed a close
friendship with Wilson, then a profes professor
sor professor of some Intricate kind, and the
friendship continued when the profes professor
sor professor became president of the university.
After a time Wilson sought a career
in politics. It is quite likely McCombs.
had much to do with the seeking. At

any rate Wilson was elected governor;

of New Jersey, and not long after he
was inaugurated and had stepped on
the political face of Honorable Jim
Smith In an academic but effective
manner. In the matter of the Fnited
States senatorship. thereby gaining
some acclaim outside of Jersey as well
as within the same, it occurred to Mc McCombs.
Combs. McCombs. to Page, to McAdoo. and some
others, that the water in the democratic-presidential-nomination
hole was tine and that Wilson should
go on in. So one bright morn inc. a
year ago last March. McCombs hired a
few rooms down on lower P.roadway.
New York, put up some ten thousand
dollars of his own money as a prelim preliminary,
inary, preliminary, and announced himself as chair chairman
man chairman of the Woodrow Wilson Xational
He continued in tnat position until
Wilson was nominated at Raltimore by
the democrats. The talk, as this is
written, is that he will be made chair chairman
man chairman of the democratic national com committee
mittee committee and run Wilson's p residential
campaign as he ran the ante-convention
campaign. Whether or not. he ran the

before-convention campaign, and his hav

success was as remarKaoie as his. work ten ears of corn.

was difficult. McCombs is thirty-six
years old. When he was a boy of nine
or ten he was thrown from a buggy in
Arkansas, where he was born, and
Jamed for life. He is frail and slight:
and there hasn't been a dav since his
accident when he has not suffered
physical pain. But although one of his
legs waa lamed, nothing happened to

We regard our enemy in this cam campaign
paign campaign as the ancient enemy of the re republican
publican republican party, the democratic party."

said Chairman Hilles of the republican

national committee in I'hb-a.go

nesday. j
"Wilson is tiie man we feel that we 1

o It Lynched n Convicted
foiumbus, (5a.. Aug. 1. Holding up
ofri- ials in the court house at pistol
points, a mob of forty men here yester-
,'qv riftiirniinn tnotr T S Cotton nlhis

T. Z. McKlhenny. a 16-year-old negro.

i who was on trial, and lynched him just
j beyond the city limits. The negro had
,bcen convicted of killing young Cedron

O 1 ...1.:.,. J...- .-..-.-.. ,..-..

i a 1 1 1 j a waiie ;. i. ea ; vi u i t
j months ago. and sentenced to three

years m tne pen.


elect j
con- I

will have to beat in order to re
Mr. Taft to the presidency." he

our friend- think that the tariff!
will be the chief issue in this cam- F

pa i gn

tariff issue


'I am a traveling salesman


be shown at

the A?r Dome Friday

Concordia Lodge, Fraternal I "nion of
merica. meets in Vonge's Hall on the
second Thursdav evening of each
nonth. Geo. L. Taylor, F. M.
Chas. K. Sage. Secretary.

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



Application for Leave
Minor Land

to ell

Notice is
Ullh liny
will apply

oun'y j':
y. state
'.all. in
o:r- of

lereby given that on the

K. Younge. R. Rerkshire. Va.. "and

Wilson ha-- emphasized the 'was oiten trouoieu witn constipation

ind I'm inclined to think, an-l indigestion tin 1 oegan to use ior.

tiie fight for the presidency will
about that theme."

enter! King's New Life Tills, wi


Is the individual, man or woman, who j

uses Foley Kidney Pill? for backache. ;
rheumatism, weak back and other kid- j
ney and bladder irregularities. Foley j
Kidney Pills are healing, strengthen- j
ing. tonic, an l quick to produce ben-
eficial results. Contain no harmful
drugs. Never sold in bulk. Put up in 1

sealed bottles.
low package,

1 I have

; found an excellent remedy." For all
! stomach, liver or ikdr.ey troubles they
larc unequaled. Only 23 cents at Ty-

! dings & Company.

The O ala News Co. (5 W. Mart
proprietor, has a large supply of cv
:y school- books on hand.

tiiayei hokm:

The genuine in

a vel-1
Drug- I


A ilispaTeh from New York say


Mrv Madel.rie

1 01 i;ie 1 11 an k
! husband. ol.

Force .-tor.
di-a-t'-r in
John Jacob

Lookout for a blind

colt, almost bhick in
blin 1. Strayei fr on 1 c
station in Ocala Thurso,
dcr will please notify th

E. Fo-lestrom. Montag
. u liable reward.

' t 1 i

of 'I",
ht. F.--

:'- f-.
Went V
1 id to
ty. I'l l

e-t. We-t of.
tur.drcd and

c : a 1
.Vef.t V-e'gl

of Vilgiiot. A. 1). I!tl2
to i I on-irahle Jo-epii Hell.

. ge in and f..r Marion coun coun-of
of coun-of Florida. at his office in
-ail e.j;m:y. for an order au au-!,..
!,.. au-!,.. as guar Fan of the minor
he e-tate of John F. Craw Craw-I.
I. Craw-I. to -ell at private sale
w'T.g j.r perty belonging to
: to-Wit : honmencing- at

st lot iiumo-r
.if Stiii; ;i ,: Dougherty's
.- of m. ill. Marion coun-
' a-t o!,e hun Ire 1 feet.

ar i t w-nt y-n v-

et. north one
feet to p. o.
f lot nuuiS.-r


hun ir. I f
t went y- :'. v-

n -rh half





A l

1 V Dougiierty's

of 'Jul Murh-n coun coun-1
1 coun-1 al-o all of p.t numb.-r
.v D .ugii'-rty's add to
county. Floriia: also
f r.-:rnber twelve

o -ala.


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t-e sail
: sol 1
aid minor

hf .rs.

his ..ftl- -:e.
a r. i r


isiied. gave birth
morning. The ne-fatiu-r's
name and

the A .-tor for: a;


r i v a

a .-urvivor
which her
-t-.r. per per-WVlnesJuy
WVlnesJuy per-WVlnesJuy :..-ars his
-lir.-ct heir

Dr. Ioolittle is tiie name of the man
who has been appointed to succeed Dr.

iiej as ciuei cr.enusi 01 ino agricUl-
tural department. 'hile it is to ht l

htipcd he won't try to live down to his
name. It must be remembered that his FLYIXfJ 51 EX FALL
predecessor got in trouble by trying to ; victims to stomach, liver and kidney
do too blamed much. I troubles just like other people, with

; like results in

f -r


Atl.r.ta To Jay. lit:
rwvnt an un.-u.-. -f il
removal of t'-e bt:lb
g.-, his -.vtf. f":r- I ias
.-.:nhn of -o- ; :
aralye-1 fr t'-- r- -t
h -hey think i- v. t
months. The 1
th- bull-t.


y .. July. : v : 2.
a Crawford. Guardian.

Mccil I tidt-r ecilm hnplrr
t l.:i- if I'loriila.

Ideal Firdcss Cmli mm

Made in One. Two and Three Compartments Ten Sizes

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Woodrow Wilson is highly pleased
over the passage thru the House over
the president's veto of the wool bill,
and the whole country will be pb-ased
if the Senate will follow suit.

ache, nervousness,
listbss. run-Jjwn

o ; 1

i.f ada.

fe- ling.

fife, back
.an 1 tired.
Rut there


is no need to feel like that as T. D.
Peebles. Henry. T.-nn.. 1 roved. "Six
bottles of IU-ctric Hitters," he writes.

"did more to give :ne r.ew JTi n-ti:
lemocratic cotton tariff bill and good ar.iefite titan all of iter st-'-n-

passed the Senate Wednesday by a ach remedies 1 used." So they :. 1;
vote of :16 to !!. It carried an amend- everybody. Its follow to -r.ff.-r wh.-r.

ment repealing all of the Canadian re reciprocity
ciprocity reciprocity act except the part calling for
free print paper.

this great ret:
the first -los-.
at Tydings .V:

Stei-pir.g on a rus
ti-.e cat:-e of many
The r.all was r.ot
:( -;,..-; ,-,f th..- w i'jr j

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T!:NT a- T-lie I th. re w

j a as th. e ar.ti- ; tic ; r
the lir.imer.t woul 1 ,-our.t-r
: -:.---.n an! the w--ur. 1 wot;
..u: -kly. Price :; ml M
tie. At all dr::ggi--s

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If -' : -. w

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Seimntlc LiiN for Each Compartment Water Sealed Top Sol

Aluminum Lining Celebrated "Wear-I'ver" Aluminum Cooking
ltei.Hls l'erfect Insulation IJeautifully Finvid
Vnlraniod Hardwood Case

Effective heat rentention is the one principle upon which any flfele

cooker mu.-t stand or fall. It is the fundamental of fireless cooker COI


The Water el Top which is an exclusive feature of the "Ideal- h

solved the problem of perfect heat retention. In no other way can a leak

of heat, anl a corresponding loss of cooking efficiency be prevented.

The principle of this water seal top can hardly be clearly set forth hen

Put come to our ttcre and we will take pains to demonstrate the principle.

W ere the "Ideal' an unsightly object instead of the handsome piece
furniture it is, it would still be the one fin-less cooker to buy, because of
water seal top. the crowning achievement in tireless cooker building.

a r.

V 1 We put out reputation back of the '-Heal" along with the manufacture!

c ; ar.d we offer it to you a guarantee of satisfaction.

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IVIarion Hardware Crj

Ocala, Florida




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ai-i cer
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county, says an exchange.

has one hundred and ten boys who are

corn dub contest.


contestants in the

The boys corn clubs will be a feature
of the county fair and each .,,- will

on display at the P.-n-ac -la fair

A reward of t
for evi n.-e s if
or j art :- who

w : .

fro 01

- n

a v s

Ca :

It is too bad. says the Jacksonville
Metropolis, that the appointment of

iJohn Chenev to succeed J. W. L., k..

as federal judge for th:-- district should
have stirr.-d up so mu. h ciitenti .n.
Mr. Cheney has been .le.-. rihed as a
perfectly capable gentleman who-,
only fault Is that of being a republican.

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.-kin th-c
ii.tlut nee
lb-, :,ik.

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f 'iilYRV'-Tl-
It p :r;;i-s f

ugbly and leii-l- a ref r- h : n
to the barn. Price large !..,t !..,t-Sold
Sold !..,t-Sold by all druggists.

I he Hrent HIoikI I'nriner nnd rve
Tonic for Rheumatism. Klilney and
lllndder TrMille Price 'Ate.
Dr. lni;toii IMepclne Pder.
for I ntliuewtloii nnl tomnrh Tru-
Price nt
Or. l.hinuton' t.oMen t ntnrrta Itnlm.
for I ntnrrh of the Head, flay
ver of Catarrhal Nature.
Price r.l K nt
;i HMIlHn ill t l ItR OR V
'I'hee llemelle I nn Mh le Found
I at the Cotirl Pharoiaey, Ocala, Fla.

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rr-s;,s. r a -icmi

Corner Bay and Uogan Su
T rm a! rr mm m X 1 1 LM mmf

RATCS: $1 and Up
Hot and Cold Ilunning Water

Telephone in Kach Room. Free 13

FOOLKVT HIMMfS HF.ST IIK1;n mpi.i: iiooms

Take Street Car at Union Statlod

(Jet off at Uogan Street.



I : o n ;

k ; r-

Mr. H ,.-h K

i - r i


Will l.ivr One of the llrl Feature Pro Pro-Krim
Krim Pro-Krim Kver ffi In the 'lty
Tuniaht one of the be.n program?

!xfracts From a Diary

Here it i on the 14tliof the month and my earnings

are about all gone. Of course I was compelled to makoi

some necessary purchases and the doctor hill of six dollars.;

I had not counted on. If I could only make up niv mind Dr. a. i.. mai..k. Ph..i.ian, : ti : F1- ,Aj-t, ir,-T, "jfeaturm-- a mr.ninx asut with mjian.
. h N i '' K r f 1 a 1 1 Flat I'.vt r v t ri : n z tv. ,-. p-'"--
to nave a little each month! But I would have to i rego p ooe j AIj "'. .rr ,.r 's. ie::er. j ""Marr Awaken.- a beauti-

m. - l:

: t y w a the i

- : 1 of ;! following
fr Mr. John C Knizht. who

ak. r. ihi-c;.a We lr.- lsy m.,rn- ; 'v,r -"'v- .aia Will le shown at
... -.i-r'.t? of iI:llbr.r--i2h A-r I'-r:e. Every picture is a fea-
... a h ir-e j.referre-1 i.v t tur"' ''est that
i.-n r.,.r company: X3k- Sim.

rr or the I'li:n a tnrillinz

iwe.-:ern p.-rture uy the rathe Company

Eer thins Okay'

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

for my board and clothes, and I DO work hard. If IR :,J;i

could only save."


Mr X. V.'. H

to !v.


Ii ke




John Knizh:.


.11 J.

f olio win z are the of the

teacher f..r 112-



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 elliciency
from it just like the motor car.
(iive the finest auto bad gasoline and you get poor
speed-feed the best man alive on improper food and
you see a human wreck. You owe it to yourself-l'or
your health's sake, for your pecket's sake, to feed your
stomach with finest groceries, good v hole some food.
That is YOUR fuel.
Johnson's Educator Crackers make Hie right kind of fuel
for you, because they are made from W hole Wheat Flour.
Educator Wafers, Educator Toasterett (buttered, salted and
toasted), Educator luncheon Biscuit, Fdueafor Sued
Graham, Educator Ginger Snaps, Educator Animal
Crackers. Fruited Educator (Sultana Raisins), Educator
Bran Cookies, a natural laxative.
. I. Teapot (Grocery
PHONES 16 and 174


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i iv;i- i r
Mr Ti-r.-v

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f'il ry -f a h:M: very exciting and
full of amu-ir.z part?. Made by the S.
A: a. :o.
"A He-a-. a:Pay." Ftaturinz a race
oetweer. an auto and a train, full of
narrow escape. anl captures, and with
a zran.l enlir.z.
The prizes for tor.izht will he extra

Martin Chuzzelwit tomor-

Ma-" 1 i k- was ; .; :
I ,T If Workman, princital: Mi-- Ab-

i1.;,- It a r tl-t r. f:r-t assistant hlzh school zoo J one

i i ....

it f .:.'-p'irt! Mi-- Isabel May-, seoon ljrow mznt :n tr.ree reels.
j i-v-Mr.t: I'rof. I. U Milne, thirl as-,
,- .r. : Mi-- ra Murray, eizhth j TKMPI.E TIIKlTKIl
a ril--. M:-s M3rzar-t Lawrer.'-e. sev-

Mr- T.
f-T i V'.-
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piini-r. i-


it I. ! y I,i k -nt h, zra 5
' n: yr.i-l
k;.- b ft ift rn T. Mr- H. S.

:!! 1 St. I''!.irz. i:rnma Hartlett. assistant in the fourth : e,i

siiow last nizht was the best

M!-s MIzelle. The

Mr- Rex To..!, fifth zraJe: -ver seen at the Tempi Theater. Three

n. fourth; Mis.-;r..s ,-,f f,ne pictures, then an illustrat-

gives yon a certain prestige and standing in the world
of business and financee. There's respect for the man
with an
Account in Our Bank
It shows that be has adopted up-to-date business in el hods,
that he saves his money and knows the reliable reputa reputation
tion reputation of OUR BANK.
H. D. STOKE S, C.hlT.

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Me.. I

t'irri fr
I.a 1
pr! -w.-.

1 1 W iP.wl-- ati.l !,
.! :.!! nv !!-. S.

thy will r

onz. '"When it is Mo.nlizht on the i

1 : il'rairie. which was sunz by Mi-s Km-. A
Primary Department ma nia Je the hit of th- show an'l
M!-- Nellie Steven-, principal: Mi-s Went to show that our popular vounzl"?

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r:..i: : -!r. f t

I inn;.' Mrk. thir l second an-i ; la.lle. t ,ala are are as zoo.1 if not
:r--t liviion-: Ml Nona Sewell. seo- hetter than a sreat maioritv of i.rofes-

M'liy. ,,nl zra-b-v j.-ional-. Three amateur acts c-mpl.-t-

...1 the bi' bill an.l to say that they,'

OTF Tit I.F.Fni"ItCi


a r h

Mi-- M'.r-h- Whitti.-I

Air I.rr.'. au I; n. e- w ; t h piano m:
t;;e.-e ver.inzs.

oon for sonzs. We are happy to say we have.'t
-y will a f-lean. airy lmu.-e with plenty of room i

Yi.'ir va -a'i'iri ..- P"t
out a k.'l ik Oer'.'s I'
.-t.,re-, a--;.!!".-.

;; -a it :i :i-:ti
:ti :i-:ti 1 'ra

j were zoa.1 is n."t enouzh they were

simply fine.
Mmaer Hunter an l his picked band i Tonizht. three picture. music and

f -w itter- left this afternoon for s"nzs.

I.eebiirz. where, we hoje. they

win th.e 2ain- this afternoon. The line-: for everybody and we feel safe in say say-u
u say-u P w..s a- follows: ; inz that it i- hard to find a better show
I: ii! k. rf: Dewey, :5b: Johnson, cf: than you see at the Temple.

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lIar. ss.

A. T. Thomas, Pres. J. Thompson, Manager
The Woodmar Sand & Stone Co.
Lake Weir Sand and Crushed Rock


Mr--, i. r p.: .- of i"
Mr.-. I. F. l::.-k. -.-n
were i!i t'.e I'y todav.
ltex .11 Ni. .ie-tro ;. -s
pi r.-p:r i : ; ri r;-:V- !'

: MC.y and

;: Ieekenstein. -t: Mills,: Aext week we .-prinz a uij. surprise

c: Anderson, lb: Ilickle. If: "n oar patron.-, one that will make ev- l X
ierybody -it up and take notice. Don't 1"

( forzet to -;i-- your coupon for Satur-!t,


11)11 l, l)FFVI)ll

.that tine ru:

If l.vinz in .a!a makes one fat whv 1Tora:n for tonizht i- a- follow-: X
Dr. r. -n-ev? "The Wiiite Squaw. j

I'r.-f. I U ilr-i
i.e .; '.. I';- i-- ;i:
a -: a ill.

M;i:.!!.-ry -to.-k at
a t re.-- :; i

T!ie Wiiite Squaw.'
"Tiie outlaws lied-nipt ion.'

YV.11 rtizht toni-l.t .ind' "There is No Fool Like an Old Fool." J.

. re ., little advice to tiio-c who had "When Friendship Turns to Dove." a ; y
v., , .. -: ,nd out on the sidewalk la.- tiful illustrated onz. will be sunz X
" ' '- 'ee.l o.l ... i ... ....... : f

i-i'ird iv niu'ii: : bt here early toniztit. "u' y

omi. al amateur 1 lu; "iM "'d,n i:u" m'dri- i t

Three prizes tonizht: eellts to
I f
Sive your eouj.ons for Saturday nizht.

i.veryoooy ome out ani oe nappy.


North M.iJiio-
.Ti .....- ... -i

Mr A. i
to ni- n ;f.


l.i i.

For 'ini. k -ervic.- in anythinz y. i
want in tiie drnz or toil.;, eill
L'Sl. '.!:. 'nir: I''ii.i.'v.

fir : i i e .- tii.'Si-

.-in- '.v.- '.iavf. "Tiie llealistic He He-i.earsal."
i.earsal." He-i.earsal." featuiinz Mis- Mabel al'iz-

by her entire .-ompany: "Trie Maraud-
i r-." a western pi.-ture. taken in the

lav for a visit '" of ''alifornia. and "The Faintr, j
, ... T. 1. 1 1 1 : . 1 T i

..11 1 I ne l e.isan;. a oeauimu orainailC i ne im ,n e-inor oi ine ...inner ap-

pi-tare Our reaular picture prices. preeiates the comidiment the after after-rind
rind after-rind 1 .ants. jnoon pap.-r pays tiie F.anner in copy-


Cement Hlocks imd all kiudsof Cement Forms, from
stock or special designs. Contractors in Cement
Sidewalks, Curbing, and Street Paving of all de descriptions.
scriptions. descriptions. K'idences or Stores contracted in
in Brick, Stone and Cement.
Contracts taken anywhere in the state. Esti Esti-mates
mates Esti-mates furnished on request.



iter at

i.iTi:itm ii:tv to ii:p,t

inz it- articles verbatim, but

thinks it .-hould carry the compliment
far enouzh to zive the F.anner proper

TUo literary -.- ietv of the Methodi-t r'",it f,,r s"li'1 arti. les. F.anner.

A in onz "he amateur- at the ideal to- 1 .-bur. h will meet tomorrow afternoon' The "afternoon paper" did not copy
nizlit will i ir oil fri.-nd. i i 1 Fitt-;at I p., k in the lecture room of the the article referred to verbatim, as the
man in a kfa- e .-tunt. jrliurh. ; local editor of the F.anner will dis-
.cover at once if she reads the two
I 'reserve your artbth- Foard of1 iwi'MTI) IV (M'l. 'articles with the assistance of a copy-

Trade cert ; 'i. a e bv h.ivinz it fr im. I

it I lie il l NeW-

Mr. F. yon Itailr-y went


barz tn.l iy
frieti-1 in t:

o a f.-w d iy- wi
Sun-iiirie 'ity.

Don't suffer with lo-at. Stop at t e
t'o-irt l'iiarm.icy and cool off wliile en
JoyJnz 'i dish of thai zod i. e cream.

Mr W. D. Lanz. who resides in Ocala
anl 'r.ivel- for the W. P.. Johnson V.m V.m-p
p V.m-p iTiy of .) i k.-onville. has bouzht the
tt -ide!i,e on North Second street which
,wa o.-capied f.r a number of years
:!. Mr. 'has. II. Mathews and family, is
: havinz- tiie j.roperty remodeled and
made ir.ti a mo-t comf.)rtable home.

holler. The second article wa?


Till: llOAltD OF Tit I)I5

Get your certificates framed at the
Ocala News Co.

A well Improved farm of twenty
rcre.. southeast of Summerfield. Good
house, barn and cranary, pood chicken
houses and runs; two horses and
wazon and harness. Will Fell stock
separately or with farm. O. II. Daum,
Summerfield, Fla. P. O. Box 58.


Generally fair except showers ex extreme
treme extreme north portion tonizdit or Sunday.

ladze Fell has i-su.-d a marriaze li-een.-e
to Mr. .lo-.-i.ii Sj.eers leveret t and
Miss I.ottic Viola M ill-.

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t hem a way. a ti:
ofti-e Dru z t ore-.


J Th;- veninz tiie members of the
;D iuzht.r- of the "onfederaey will sell
; -an-ly in front of the Air Dome to
, rai.-e fund- for the Fannie Tt. Gary
: btiildinz. Fv-ry jierson in Ocala should
, 1c:y -o:ne of tii is candy and help the
lilies in tills very worthv cause.

Mr. F. I.. An-b-rson went to Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville today, to attend to an important
1 ,n w C

Mr. W. "'d:-s h a returned
from vacation spent at fike City
and .lacksoTi ville. Mrs. Cliamldiss
-t.iye l f.r a few weeks lonzer.

If you w int to tind your friend a bile
down town, zo to th.o Court Fharmacy
--thev all meet there.

Mr. II. McAllister of Irvine, who truI11 s,;x

was r.-

orted the other day to have

written in the Star office, but. we pre presume,
sume, presume, tiie information contained In
both was obtained from a common
source, and we do not suppose it was
possible to word them very differently
without departinz from the facts.
The society editor of the Fanner
shines preeminent in her field, which is
one we have neither the ability nor the
desire to invade. Nevertheless, we
have several times found a stronz fam family
ily family resemblance between society items
i in the Fanner in the morninz to those
appearinz in the Star the day before.
,ln this morninz's Fanner we find nine
I items that were in the Star yesterday.
'Thai some of them were re-written
from the Star :.- obvious, as there was
no Fanner reporter in siz-iit at the time
they were obtained. Any disinterested

I reader of tiie two papers who will take Sunny Jim Robinson has just return

I the trouble to ( he,-k them up will find ed from a ten-day trip to Key West.

a dozen items in almostj His trade on this trip was one of the

The business manager and editor of

the Star had for their dinner today two
fine Key West lobsters, the zift of
Sunny .Tim Fobinson. and a luscious
North Carolina watermelon, sent them
by Mr. II. A. Fausett. 11 all the neigh neighbors
bors neighbors were as kind and thouzhtful as
Messrs. Fausett and Ilobinson. the two
lonesome and unappreciated newspaper
men afoia-.-aid Would have something
to eat every day.


Following are the meteorological
conditions that prevailed during: th
twenty-four hours up to sunset yester yesterday:
day: yesterday: Maximum temperature, 72 degrees.
Minimum, t0 decrees.
Average. 74 degrees.
Partly cloudy, southwest winds.

wi:.tiii:k fokecast

Fair tonizht, probably showers on
peninsula tonight or Friday.


FOR RENT Offices In Holder building-.
Apply to Davis & Martin.
FOR RENT Fp-stalrs rooms for
gentlemen, only one door east of post post-office.
office. post-office. 28 X. 1st xtreet.
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms
for light housekeeping; first floor
ront, all conveniences. Including gas
sttove, half block from A. C. I depot.
No. 34 Oklawaha avenue.
FOR RENT Two or three rooms,

furnished for light housekeeping

the new TJierman flat, opposite the

rostoffice. Inquire upstairs at the
building or at the Star office.

i every morninz's F.anner that were in

Mrs. Geoi
mm hi inz fo
.1 a ek son v i 1 b

. i:. Yancey left
a visjt to relatives

shot at his wife, on hearinz or tlw.thl Star tlu. llav ,lfl,rt. Ti. Slar )lfltn
. harze azainst him. came to Ocala and ,lUhlL,hos items rezardinz important
. i e i t :ii i l

this -"' -ii.usei. up. ne win nave a neai ; puin,-.s matters, and they come alonz


inz next Wednesday before .ludze Fell.

at which Mr. Edwin Spencer, Jr., will

the next daw or some time in the next

two or three day-

in the Fanner.

Following are fast 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
Iloll And Flat Top Desks, Typewriter Desks, Stenographer's
Desks, Of (Ice Chairs, Stools. Sofas, Etc.
For the Dining Room
Handsome Itound or Square Extension Tables, Dining Chairs,
liiiRs, Sideboards and Chiffoniers, liouffcts, China Closets, China
Dinner Sets. IiUinps, Fine Table Linen, Etc.
Parlor Furniture
Handsome Mahogan), Oak, Willow or Mission Phnirs, Straight
Ducked or Rockers, Tables, Sofas, Lamps, Hugs and Carpets, Pic Pictures.
tures. Pictures. Bedroom Furniture
Heautiful Dressers and Wash Stands in Ciolden Oak. Hirdcye
Maple or Mahogany. Reautiful Iron and Brass Beds in over Fifty
Different Varieties and Prices. Bugs and Mattings, Chiffoniers aul
Wardrobes, Toilet Sets, Blankets, Comforts and Linens.
For The Pantry and Kitchen
Handsome llefrigerators and Ice Chests in Several Different
Makes and Styles and any Size or l'rice Desired. Stoves and Hange
in Either Wood or Oil Burners. Kitchen Cabinets and Tables.
Hardware Department
Anything Desired in Silverware for the Table, Cutlery and
Sissors in our Hardware Department: Shotguns, Billes and Ammu Ammunition;
nition; Ammunition; Fire Sets, Screens and Irons. Etc.
Carriage and Harness Dept
Buggies, Carriages and Wagons for all Purposes, Harness, Sad Sad-Domestic
Domestic Sad-Domestic and Imported, Art Squares, Mattings, Etc., in the Coutnry.
dies, litip Bobes, Whips and Everything for the Horse or Vehicle.
PHONE 47 North Magnolia St. OCALA, FLA.

r.-pre-ent him. Meanwhile, he is out : snnu. what .ii---nised in word ins- but

If yon want to see a busy j.rescrin- ,,n'1(;r 100 l"nd. which he had no trou-; simil;ir a, to the information. The
ion canter, look in at the ' j M' in -ivins;. Mr. McAllister says his,Star has no f.omidaint to make of thi.-

Pharmacy's prescription department. j Imu;i nw-iepie.-enie.i iu an, snoui,i not have referred to it but

1 f .ir the I'.anner's remark of tiiis rnorn-

i i he if iu-ers.

Mrs. M. i.'. L.em.y and son (l.-orue
left .n t!i' early mrnin A. '. 1. train
f.r tiieir summer vacation.

You can save rm-ney by p'.irch.islns
second-hand and rebound books at the
dcaia News Co.

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

Tlexall shaviti-r loti.n. a delightful
antisej.t h after shavins. c.erig's Po-t--f!i,
, I r;r-:s! ore.-:.

M s- Hi'.' Carter, who ha- been
at ten dim; the convent in Tampa, is at

home f .r her vacation, with h.
i Mr.ef ,if I' K. 1. "art. r
Me--rs. iv V T.m;-.k!n--.
S.i-:.-. W. M. C.oh.-r and II. I. S
to t'.'- evening :
K. of p. ..f i i 1 1 pi i -e in der
Th.- '. i ...: c-:-:': fr-'-n r
open in a t !: A. C. I cri.-:
en.cah to di-f.s: v;-;t.'rs ar
th- r-sHen'.
Mr. I.- Fil-. w!p. ha-- n t
of Mr- II. Nr. Hampton at N'o
Weir, h f- f.-r her hom.. in .la.
; Pr. and Mrs. M. Van H.-ol
Mar -.a-rite 1'ort-r returned
fr.-m .i pl.-a-ant soj-'.irn at
Ilea. h.
If end ti n : -rti
V. II. oh-man will prea.-i; a
-hip ; i r a n 'l
, r :. i i ': ." i k. 1 i :
T::.- i'! P. n. it T- -tip:.
; i v.; a -t-.-.flv .,

I i n sr. In a town of this size, it is j.rac j.rac-Itically
Itically j.rac-Itically impossible for two papers to
i keep from republishing each others
I news to some extent. This is not al

ways reprint. The Star finds every eve evening,
ning, evening, after aroint to press, a number
of items that the lianner has obtained
in time to publish first, and undoubted undoubtedly
ly undoubtedly the other paper lias the same exper experience
ience experience every mornintr. It is however

Hams 172' JKT lb j the Star's policy not to republish any
j more than absolutely necessary news
Blm Hen Matches ier package. l."c that has b-en in its morning contem-

What Arc You Paying?

best he ever had down there. He also
took in the over-sea railroad.

3,000 YARDS

U Cakes Export Borax Soap.

Iporary, and as to how closely it is ad ad-c
c ad-c :
' i herlnjr to it, we are willinir for our

Baker's Chocolate ler lb 3.1c rea ler:i to I"-

Van Camp's Bed Kidney IW'ans Mrs. C. K. P.rown of 12C South 4th
per can 10c ; street returned Tuesday from a two
I weeks' visit at the lake. She was

j.4 Cans Van Camp's Beans 2.cL0mpanied by her son. Karl, and Mrs
K ... , I P.r.)wn's sister. Mi-s Irene Gates of





FOR RENT A six-room cottage.

Apply to Dr. Fuller.

Two five room cottages for rent;

new and well located. Apply to F. W.


FOR RENT 131 South Watula

street, 2-story, seven rooms, large lot.

$15. II. C. Packham.
FOR SALE Furniture: Wardrobe,
range, gas stove, dressers, beds, child's
bed, chairs, table, kitchen safe, kitchen
cabinet, chlffioner, rockers, sewing ma machine,
chine, machine, washstand, center tables, car carpets,
pets, carpets, r. O. Box 219, Ocala, Fla.


help The
e work.

Florida Tomatoes, small size, 3

Mrs. i:..w;e and sister of Louisville,
'.la., arrived today to vi-it relatives and

eri Favorite Corn, 3 Cans for 25c friend-

Th-v at thf

i home of Mr--. .! 1! Pr

Lord Be La Ware Soup per can. .Ocl,


tiTpiir.r pl-tity of

hat V. :::: Ha l.-on tour- j

ue-t i.,r.,P P.iirket Cottolene S1.30,!n- ( ar "'

to t; moo. i ano :-yon i.

and always brings tiietn back safely.

Mr. .1 c. C. ;. r

u sines- for

y-sterd iy
! hi vtona

:. Klder

Mcdiuin Bucket Cottolene .0c
Bet Creamery Butter per lb. .3.c
Iii 3 II). lots from the tub (i. e.
j not prints) Sl.OO
3 Faekages Jello and Ice Cream
Fouder 2-"c
3 Fackages Lipton.s Jelly Tab Tab-i
i Tab-i lets 2Te

St. Margaret's Guild will h?vt -.ti -ale

iSaturlav rnorr.!r:ur home -Mil- akv--.

T'w cibli.-. Mr 1 e i'' : .-" .f our

people at the :. . !t.v
the sale.


,v;;.' 1.

3 Sunbeam Cornflakes,

Mr. Ih attie In-lt- of P.;r:t:.nh i-ri. of
the Cop'-lan l-In-:i;- ". w.- in own
th.- afternoon to or.fer with the -treet
committee of : y i t -: 1 in the


v.t; I .r" aver, te

i .m m i a




o i va

i- : h -. :ti :h :h-K
K :h-K .bin -on la v

. f To Toil..
il.. Toil.. ;.i i-

i v c: r
i iw "A

a T; 1

M i i

I::; ir.
ay aft

r 3 Cans ,"c. tiohl EvaiMratel Milk 10c
" 3 Butch Cleanser 2."c

v 3 Cans Van Camp's Hominy

r.3 lbs. Granulated Suar. .Sl.OO

Old Ct.untry Blend Tea per lb.. 30c.

'- ." Gallons Oil
Full Cream Cheese ier lb. .
.K .Fresh Bulk Oatmeal iK'r lb.
Heinz Vinegar imt gallon...
v Salt Bacon per lb
... 13 lb. Whole Grain Bice for

with vitrifie i bri-.-k.

Herbert tre--. fr-.m Mr. Y. am-
li--' i- .rr. r '! t i v-nue. it

T II I r--!den.

ly in nv- 1 of repair, it. 1 "he -T-et j
commit -ho-il-1 have ;t rix-d. j

. .

. 3."c i

and daughter
;e mountain- of j

they will spend

. jnth. Mr. M .ere will accompany
. a- f ir as Ta k.-or.v:lle.

Mrv .! hr. T. M j .r

.0c v tor.U-ht f-r t
t North"l:r.a. wh re

. 20C ;

Mr-. lam--

. 1 1c vo we. k-' v :

: it -.- in

21-lb. Sack Henry Clay Flour Sl.OO

Flynn a:
s ri wit:

'ohn-or, anl Mis--
" i : v r fur i
Mrs. I .hn-on".- r

v i:.r. i

ii i i i .1 i.i j j k

lllllintrv tll.vri'l

- 1

Ideal Location. Splendid
Equipment, Strong Fac Faculty.
ulty. Faculty. Full College and

Conservatory Courses.



70th Session Begins

Sept. 11th. For Infor

mation Address the

.Secretary, Box 15.

w ; : "i
I i in'

i r 1 .v

1 1

k. A;;-:-'
he a d I .if i
r-i'l-'lv i' el

:i 1 2-11). Sack Henry Clay Flour ."Oc
Cream of Wheat per package ... 1 "e
! Weon Cook in: Oil 30c
r' ComiHiiintl I 11c

- e : ;
. -c . ro vou like to know that your pre-
,r,h I'-f""- ;?crirti-r.s ar, Slle-l correctly, with the',

-.:r ;-erf..r:n-rs at the Tetn Tetn-:ht
:ht Tetn-:ht w. re John l'.itN a- lim Tj.rv.-r j- J.i.-k J in-:-t-;
Hi k I i- refer--, an 1
t th. -".irvte-e;i.- anl

.n: a- "-hi k-fa -e

rtr. ir. - were cr--- tita

an :--I h au-V.enc ion. and v.. a will u--t in h-k
lief. For .-ale ly all dealer?. j


V.e.-t of druss. and delivered To yo'i
j.romr-tly? Then try the Court I'hirtn- I
lacy. Send or phone 2SI. J

Checks, Stripes,
Cross Bars and
Fancy Designs
Go on sale
at the
special price of

10 yards

Limit 10 yards

These are real
10 cent values

STRAYED A small. black niljr.
olind in both eyes. Supposed to have
troken loose from hitching: place near
Temple theater. Return or give Infor-

imatlon to Chas. E. Foglestrom, Monta


LOST Somewhere between Oklawa

ha avenue and Seaboard depot, a solid

Kold pin, shape of violet with pearl In

center. If returned to Mrs. Sinclair

finder will be rewarded.


WAJCTKD To exchange 160 acres

of land for city property. Land locat

ed on hard road, fur miles from the
city limits of Ocala. Address C. II.

Stuart, M Daugherty street, Ocala, Fla.

i :m fix) vm kxt v. xtkh

Open for engagement November 1st.

Practical farmer; understand growing
all farm and truck crops, stock rais

ing and handling In all its branches.
Improving and building up worn-out

lands a specialty. Address Rox 287,

Oca l.i. Fla.


COOK WANTED A cook Is wanted

at the Marlon County Hospital. Apply

to the matron at the hospital building.
MEN Our illustrated catalogue ex explains
plains explains how we teach barber trade In
few week.. mailed free. Moler Darber
College, Atlanta. Ga.


The market formerly known as the
Ollie Mordls' Is now open. Will keep on
hand a supply of fresh meat and flsh.
Orders by phone will receive prompt
attention. Phone number 315. Come
to the old stand and be treated right.
Yours respectfully.


Dealer Sn Fancy Groceries, N. Magnolia.


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


The Ocala Lodge, No. 699. Loyal Or Order
der Order of Mooe, 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.

J E. L. Stapp, Secretary.




sisawu r:
u.V the
At All Fountains.

Sm.Jru is made from the juice of Florida's choicest
Grapefruit with pure syrup to sweeten. No chemicals
no coloring matter, just the pure fruit juice w ith all its
natural goodness.
M.iBufarureil Exclusively fcy


1 Wicker Parlor Set, G pieces, good condition, only 1JMH)
1 C-hole Steel Itane, with reservoir, sood condition 1S.."0
1 Home-.Made Desk and Book Case, fclass doors, only 0.50
1 Second Hand Oran. $17. Another for only 22.00
1 Phonograph, and C Records, only 5.7."5
1 used Clraphophone and Hecords, Bargain at. only !).!)(
1 used Graphophone and S Records, very cheap at 12.87
Lot of used Records, .some good as new, at 2)e, :Uh 10c eacb
Graphophone Needles, soft tone, 20 0 for H
Mosquito Canopies, Steel Frames, la rgo size, $!.!); for iron bed?, $UJ.ii3
SMITH'S, Back o! Variety Store


Royal Natural Orange Wraps bet better
ter better bodied, whiter and smoother.
'Royal White Orange Wraps recog recognized
nized recognized standard.
Royal Orange Wraps assorted col colors
ors colors for fancy pack full run of stan standard
dard standard sizes.
Tell us how many boxes jou will
pack this season, and ask us for quo quotations.
tations. quotations. We carry complete line of fruit and
vegetable packers supplies.
We are close and handy, make
quick shipments and prompt deliv deliveries.
eries. deliveries. WE ARE A FLORIDA FIRM.
We meet or beat any legitimate



Union Square
Clean, Comfortable, Convenient and Home-Like Hotel, on
the American and European Plans.
American Plan, $2 per day and up. r.uropran Plan. 1 u j.or .lay an. I up
Special Woekly Kates.
Churchill & Co.

Flleclive June 9lh
Oeala Northern Railroad
will sell round trip tickets from all points on its lint at
one way rate, on Sunday only
Gen. Pass. Agent

Effective May 1st and Continuing Until November 1st

Jacksonville, Florida
EUROPEAN PLAN (Exclusively)
Finest Cafe in the State in Connection
Rooms Without Bath, 1.00 per Day and Up
Rooms With Rath - 2.00 per Day and Up
T. M. WILSON, Proprietor and Manager

-- w. f5
Summer's Heat MS


Aaf.. rU. U S A.

g ;
men ivieii s
Gcraldine Bonner
Aalhor of "The Pioneer"
Temrros Tangle." etc.
Illustrations by
Dora. J. Lavin
Copyright ljui bj Uia bu'jiji-Mcrrai Oo.
The Moonlight Night.
A few nights after this, there vas
i full moon. Dominick, walking home
"rora the bank, saw it at the end of
:he street's vista, a large, yellowish yellowish-pink
pink yellowish-pink disk floating up into the twilight.
The evening was warm, like the early
summer in other climates; and Dom Dominick,
inick, Dominick, walking slowly and watching
the great yellow sphere deepening in
color as it swam majestically upward,
thought of evenings like this in the
past when he had been full of the
joy of life and had gone forth in the
spirit of love and adventure.
The determination to accept his fate
which had been with him on his re return
turn return from Antelope had of late been
shaken by stirrings of rebellion. Up Uplifted
lifted Uplifted by the thought of his love for
a woman hopelessly removed from
him, but who would always be a lode lodestar
star lodestar to worship reverently and to
guide him up difficult paths, he had
been able to face his domestic trag tragedy
edy tragedy with the high resolution of the
"I'll Lie Dead in My Coffin Before I'll
Take Her Money."
martyr. But this exalted condition
was hard to maintain in the friction
of daily life with Berny.
To-night, the period nf humor
seemed over. Berny was not only once
again her animated self, she was al almost
most almost feverishly garrulous.
Fearful of angering her, or, still
worse, of arousing her suspicions,
Dominick bore her talk with all the
fortitude he had, but he rose from the
table with every nerve tingling, rasped
and galled to the limit of endurance.
He did not come into the den im immediately
mediately immediately but roamed about, into the
parlor, down the passage, and into
his own room.
"Aren't you coming into the den?"
she called, as Ehe heard him pacing
steadily along the passageway.
"No," he called back. "The moon moonlight's
light's moonlight's shining in at every window. It
makes me restless. I don't feel lik
Bitting still."
She sat on the divan, a paper spread
before her face, but her .eyes were
Blanted sidewlse, unblinking in the ab

1Tb 1




sorption or ner attention. Suddenly j brother, laughing and looking at the
she heard a rattling sound which shejstacked flowers in the crook of her
knew to be from the canes and um- arm.
brellas in the hat-rack. She cast "Dominick!" she exclaimed, "you're
away the paper, and. drawing herself! just the person t want to see. I was
to the edge of the divan, peered down! going to writ to you. yVo got ots
the passage. Dominick was standing! tn tpii vnn

by the hat-rack, his hat on the back
of his head, his hand feeling among
the canes.
"You've got your hat on," she called
in a high key of surprise. "You're
not going out?"
"Yes, I am," he answered, drawing
out the cane he wanted. "It's a fine
night, and I'm going for a walk."
Outside, Dominick walked slowly,
keeping to the smaller and less fre frequented
quented frequented streets. It was a wonderful
night, as still as though the moon had
exerted some mesmeric influence upon
the earth.
He walked on. skirting the hollow,
and moving forward through streets
where old houses brooded in over overgrown
grown overgrown gardens.
That part of California Street which
crested the hill was but a few blocks
beyond him, and before his mind
would acknowledge it, his feet had
borne him that way. He thought only
to pass the Cannon house, to look at
its windows, and see their lights. As
it rose before him, a huge, pale mass
checkered with shadows, the longing
heart's desire passed into a keener, j
concentrated agitation that seemed to i
press out from his soul like a crv to
The porch yawned black behind pil pillars
lars pillars that In the daytime were painted
wood and now looked like temple col
umns wrought in marble.
Dominick'3 i
glance, sweeping the linos o
lowed windows, Anally rested cn this
cavern of shadow, and he approached
stealthily, as a rebber misht. "his bodv
close to the iron fence. Almost be- )
fore his eyes had told h
lim, he k:
a woman was star.rMm? rha-
leaning against the balustrade th.-.t
stretched between the columns. A
climbing rose spread in a mof'Jr.s of
darkness. ovr the wail besid-- her.
Here and there It was srarrt-d it'.i ,":.e
small white faces of blossoms. As
the young man drew near she leaned
over the balustrade, plucked cr.p of
the blossoms, and. slowly shredding
the leaves from the stem, stretched
out her hand and let them fall, like a
languid shower of silver drops, to ths

he lnt ovr the balustrade to look

ax xr.m, ana in coins; so. ner ej3
t'.'Jiiuitrea me man ueiow.
For a moment they looked at each
other without speaking, then she said.
her voice at the lowest
note that
would reach him:
"What are you doing there?"
"Watching you."
"Have you been standing there
"No, only a few minutes. Why are
you pulling the roses to pieces?"
Sh gave a little laugh and said
something that sounded like "I don't
know," and moved back from the
He thought she was going and
clutched the iron spikes cf the fence,
calling up to her in a voice of urgent
feeling, curiously out of keeping with
the words, the first remark that came
into his head:
"This is very different from Ante
lope, isn't it?"
"Yes," she said gravely, "we had
no moonlight there, nothing but
storms and gray clouds."
"Well. I must go in. The roses are
all picked and papa'll be wondering
where I am."
It seemed to Dominick just then
that he could not lose her. She must
stay a moment longer. Urgency that
was imploring was in his voice as
he said:
"Don't go! don't go! Stay just one
moment longer! Can't you come
down and talk for a minute?"
She listened, wavered, and was won i
over. Without answer she turned
from the shadow of the porch Into the
liglit on the top of the steps, and
from there slowly descended, her
skirt gathered in one hand, and the
other touching the baluster.
"I've wanted so to see you. I came
by to-night hoping that perhaps I
could catch a gHmpse of your shadow shadow-en
en shadow-en the curtain. I didn't expect any anything
thing anything like this."
He stopped, looking at her, and not
listening to the few words of her an-
t swer.
"I think I wanted you so that my
; will called you out," he said in an im im-,
, im-, passioned whisper.
j She said nothing and suddenly his
I hand sought hers, clasped it tight on
! the head of the Hon, and he whispered
"Oh, Rose, If I could see you now
and then only for a moment like
Ho felt her hand, small and cold,
crush softly inside his. and almost im immediately
mediately immediately was conscious of her effort
to withdraw it. He instantly loosened
his fingers, let hers slide from his
grasp, and drew bark.
"Good night," she said hurriedly,
and without looking at him turned and
went up the steps.
It was a great morning for Cornelia
She was engaged. Two evenings be
fore. Jack Duffy, who had been hover
ng round the subject for a mon
poised abore it, as a hawk above de delighted
lighted delighted prey, had at last descended
and Cornelia's anxieties were at an
The wind was not yet out in force;
its' full, steady sweep would not be
inaugurated till early in the afternoon.
It came now in gusts which fell upon
Cornelia from the back and accelerat-
i ed hex forward progress, throwing out
on either side of her a flapping sail
of skirt. Cornelia, who was neat and
precise, usually resented this rough
handling, but to-day she only laughed,
leaning back, with one hand holding
her hat.
It was after midday when she found
herself approaching that particular
block, along the edge of which the
flower-venders place their baskets and
display their wares. The boys and
men. seeing that the brilliant lady
was in a generous mood, collected
about her, shouting out the excellenc es
of their particular blossoms, and
pressing sample bunches on her at attention.
tention. attention. Cornelia, amused and somewhat be bewildered,
wildered, bewildered, looked at the faces and
bought recklessly.
"Well, Cornelia, are you trying to
corner the curb-stone market?"
She wheeled swiftly and saw her
"Come along then and take lunch
with me. I was on my way up to
Bertrand's when I saw you. They'll
give us k good lunch there and you
can tell me all your secrets."
Foley ECifey Pills
Give prompt r;Iief frsm ACKaCII,
BLADDER and til ar.ncy.r.g URINARY
IRREGULARITIES. A ; zr.:: .- tocr. to
PEOPLE ani f:r ;VCMEN.
F. A. Dariv
I t-
be r. i :(.:-..'
...5 iiV3 lJ
AMI-MlMi'Ol.V 11 II I "fi TO HE

! 4s s
j V e ci ... y.j. .v.'.!; !.e T r i
j ill p'ir;-j-e.--. v:.e:l.r y--ur re iu:re- j
i rr.eTi;.- are tor i:o;i;e us-.- vT !it a :.-
i i-,ai. Ma.-e y..ur or lers w;: us.

They walked up the street toward
Bertrand's. a French restaurant which
for years had enjoyed the esteem of
the city's gourmet?.
In the restaurant they found a va-

cant table in a corner, and Cornelia
had to bottle up her good news while
Dominick pondered over the bill of
fare. She was impatient and drummed
on the table with her fingers, while
her eyes roamed about the room.
The order given and the first
; stages of lunch appearing, Cornelia
; could at last claim her brother's full
"I told you how awfully anxious I
was to see you, and how I was going
to write to you didn't I?"
Her brother looked up and his eye
i was .caught by her rosily-blushing
, cheeks.
"Dear me, Cornie," he said with a
, look of slowly-dawning comprehen comprehen-!
! comprehen-! sion. "it really Isn't it really can't
: be'
"And why can't It be?" looking very
much hurt. "What's there so queer
; about that?"
' "Nothing, only I meant that I hadn't
i heard any rumors about it. Is It
i that?"
"Yes, it is, Dominick Ryan, and I
don't see why you should be so sur surprised."
prised." surprised." "Surprised! I'm more than sur surprised.
prised. surprised. I'm delighted haven't been
so pleased for years. Who is It?"
"Jack Duffy."
"Oh. Cornie, that's the best yet!
That's great! It's splendid. I wish
I could kiss you, but I can't here In
the open restaurant. Why didn't you
tell me somewhere where we would be
alone? I'd just like to give you a
good hug."
Cornelia leaned across the table and
spoke 'vith low-toned, almost tremu tremulous
lous tremulous earnestness:
"You know that If It were I, I'd ask
your wife. You know that all the hard
feelings I may once have had against
her have gone. If it were for me to
say, I'd have received her from the
start. What I've always said is,
'What's the good of keeping up thes
fights? No one gets anything by them.
They don't do any one any good.' But
you know mommer. The first thing
she said when we talked about the
house wedding, and I said you'd give
me away, was, 'If he'll com- without
his wife."
There were tears in her eyes and
Dominick saw them and looked down
at his plaTs
"All right," he said quietly. "I'll
come When is it to be?"
"June," said the prospective bride,
once more beginning to blush and
becm "early in June. The roses are
so tine then, and we can have the
house so beautifully decorated."
With a scraping of chair legs, they
rose and, threading their way among
the now crowded tables, passed out
into the wind-swept streets. Here they
j separated, Cornelia, wll
j of wilting flowers, goii
.ith her armful
going home, and
Dominick back to the bank.
Two hours later, while he was still
bending over his books, In the hushed
seclusion of the closed building, Bill
! Cannon was talking to Berny in the
i parlor of the Sacramento Street flat
This interview was neither so long,
and (on Berny's part) did not show
the self-restraint which had marked
the fiv;.t rr.e. The offer of one hun hundred
dred hundred tnn'vur.d dollars which the old
man made her was refused with more
scorn and le?s courtesy then had been
displayed in her manner on the former
'u:itii!i:-il Tomorrow)
Western Woman "Hired Out" to Her
Husband, and Is Enthusiastic
Over the ReSult.
The latter was written by
a woman who lives on a farm in Wyo Wyoming:
ming: Wyoming: "To begin with, then, I'm a ranch rancher's
er's rancher's wife, and was a farmer's daughter,
so I know what it means to get up
early and work till late.' I've read a
great deal about vacations, but not
much about vacations for the woman
on the ranch.
"Most women who live on a ranch
know something about horses, and can
harness and drive a team. Now every
one l:nows that to people who have
always worked with their hands idle idleness
ness idleness is net rest, and that recreation
comes quicker and surer from a change
of work; so I "hired out' to my hus husband.
band. husband. "We have 75 acres of alfalfa, and
here in the west men are scarce and
wages are high, so I hired a girl to do
the housewo:k and take care of the
chi'.dren, while I donned a pair of
overalls, a jumper, a broad-brimmed
hat and a pair of stout gloves, and
went forth to take my vacation.
"The first day I mowed, and the
first night I kicked levers and drove
horses all night. I wasn't so enthusi enthusiastic
astic enthusiastic the second morning, but I mowed
some more, and raked some, and that
night I sleit; ar.d I slept every night
that followed doling the harvest, for I
'stayed wi'h if till the hay was in the
stack, dcir.g team work altogether, and
when we were through my husband
said I was 'the be.-t man on the job.'
"I was decidedly a better woman,
for I had gained five pounds of flesh,
?tror.ger nerves, harder muscles, and a
ooat of tan that hasn't all worn off
"I told the girl that I was not to be
con suited abo:t anything, so I shifted
the whole responsibility of the house house-held
held house-held and did ju.-t as the men did;
washed, ate my meals, and then rest rested
ed rested till time to start to work again.
"My girl cost me four dollars per
week and I mr.d- 51 -. which left me a
clear g'.in cf -:ght dollars per week
in cash. 1. other good things.
I felt so r'-s-'-d v. hf I took up the
reins cf the h ..- hoM again that
what bet or been a task was now
a pleasure. lit ally, it did seem eood
to cool: a meai on-- mere, and I had
not rhr :chT i t si-'e." Woman's
in i.
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al .vays
ll: :r. Jacksonville stop with Mrs.
i:. h. Malor.ey. at the GIrari. No. 11
tlas. Dival street. Just off Main. Best
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