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Great Increase In the Georgia Corn
Crop Principally Due to the Work
f the Corn Club
A recent announcement that the
value of Georgia's corn crop ha?
grown thirty million dollars within the
past five years ha-? aroused state-wide
wonder. Such an increase appears
well-nigh miraculous. Rut it is a well
attested fact and it Is due. not to any
xtraordinary conditions, but to the
patient, practical application of scien scientific
tific scientific methods of farming.
The chief factor in this remarkable
growth has been the work of the boys'
corn clubs. These clubs were first or organized
ganized organized in Georgia in 1905. In the out outset
set outset they were few and scattered, but
immediately their results became fruit fruitfully
fully fruitfully manifest. In 1&0!, the State Col College
lege College of Agriculture turned its influence
particularly to this enterprise and
aoout the same time a campaign of
farm demonstration work was begun.
In both these undertakings the federal
department of agriculture joined hear heartily
tily heartily and rendered invaluable assistance.
It is interesting to note the results
of this work as they accrued from
season to season. At the beginning of
the corn club movement, the state's
average yield of corn was little more
than ten bushels. In 1909, the record
advanced to twelve and a half bushels;
in 1910 to fourteen and three-tenths
bushels, and in 1911 to sixteen bushels.
This means that last year Georgia
produced seventy-six million bushels of
tha great staple crop and thereby won
a place of renown among the country's
grain-growing commonwealths. It
means that within five brief years
there have sprung from her soil, thru
the natural magic of sun and shower.
aided by intelligent labor, millions of
wealth that hitherto had lain dormant.
The significance of this increase to
the state's business interests cannot
b overgauged. It touches every shop
and store, every bank and market
place. It puts more money into cir
culation and, what is especially im
portant, it keeps at home money that
formerly went to distant sections. It
reminds us that here within our own
boundaries we possess all the sinews
of self-maintenance, that we can pro
duce harvests of food as easily and
more cheaply than harvests of cotton,
that we can be economically free and
independent, if" we only will.
It should be noted that the increase i
from ten to sixteen bushels of corn
per acre represents a state-wide aver
age. There are instances, and they are
numerous", where fifty a hundred and
even two hundred bushels have been
brought from a single acre. This re result,
sult, result, as we have said, is due simply to
the working out of well known meth
ods of cultivation. The soil has been
made to unbosom its natural treasure,
not so much by the use of artificial fer
tilizers or by harder work as by the
adaptation of means to ends the prac
tical use of certain truths which science
The one primal secret behind the
thirty million dollars added to the
state's wealth is education.
Too much credit cannot be given to
the agency through which this knowl
edge was turned actively to account.
The boys' corn clubs .iave been the
practical instruments in this construc constructive
tive constructive work. They have enlisted the
thought and endeavor of the rising
generation in almost every county of
the state and have turned thousands
of youths into ardent builders of a
Every possible encouragement should
be given such work and the boys who
are! carrying it forward. They should
be supported, and it is good to know
that in scores of instances they are
supported, by chambers of commerce,
boards of trade, the railroads, by edu educators
cators educators and by public-hearted individ individuals.
uals. individuals. If within the next five years the
state can accomplish in this vital work
what it has during the past five, we
shall nave a commonwealth even more
prosperous than now and one that of offers
fers offers richer advantages to every line of
town has had on trial for the past
Quite a number of our citizens, in including
cluding including Mr. O. B. Sias, the ice cream
merchant, have gone over to Shady
Grove to enjoy the annual barbecue at
Mr. It. D. Sumner, our efficient rail railroad
road railroad agent, has the material all on the
ground with which to erect himself a
home. Mr. K. N. Brown and Mr. James
X. Shedd will build and complete the
Miss Ellie Tremere went to Candler
r,n business Thursday afternoon.
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Landed Fairly on Rooajerelt Tetldy
Demanded Standard OH Help
Washington, Aug. 23. In a careful.
deliberate speech In the Senate yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. Senator Tenrose replied to charges
made regarding a certificate of deposit
for $23,000 sent to him by John D.
Archbold of the Standard Oil Company
In 1904. Senator Tenrose admitted re receiving
ceiving receiving that sum from Mr. Archbold,
but asserted it was part of a contri contribution
bution contribution of 1125,000 made by Archbold to
the republican national campaign fund.
1100,000 of which, he said, went to the
republican national committee and
$25,000 to himself for use in Pennsyl Pennsylvania.
vania. Pennsylvania. President Roosevelt had been advis advised
ed advised of the contribution. Senator Pen Penrose
rose Penrose declared. He said later Cornelius
N. Bliss, then treasurer of the national
committee, asked for another contri contribution
bution contribution of $150,000 from Archbold and
his associates 'interested in the Stand Standard
ard Standard Oil Company."
"The demand was urgent, insistent.
I may say imperative, and it was rep represented
resented represented that it came direct from Pres President
ident President Roosevelt," said Penrose, forcefully.
'Belleview. Aug. 23. Mr. Chas A. Tre Tremere
mere Tremere made a flying trip to Jacksonville
and other points last Tuesday, on bus business
iness business relating to his "four-wheel drive
traction engine." Mr. Tremere is think thinking
ing thinking a whole lot of things that he does
not care to express verbally. He or ordered
dered ordered the material for a barn "0x60
feet, two stories high, also the imtr imtr-lal
lal imtr-lal for a house to be shipped to Cand Candler
ler Candler and the mill company shipped all
this material to Belleview and Mr.
Tremere Is "chewing the rag" over who
wifl stand the expense of getting that
material to Candler.
Mrs. Mary C. Riley Is here on a visit
to her friend, Mrs. Maxville A. Dudley.
The town council met last Tuesday Tuesday-night
night Tuesday-night and transacted the regular rou routine
tine routine business, besides purchasing a
road scraping machine, which the
It was not on the field of battle,
It was not with a ship at sea.
But a fate far worse than either
That stole him away from me.
'Twas the death of the tempting wine wine-cup
cup wine-cup That the reason and senses drown;
He drank the alluring poison.
And thus my boy went down.
Down from the heights of manhood
To the depths of disgrace and sin;
Down to a worthless being,
From the hope of what might have
For the brand of the beast besotted
He bartered his manhood's crown;
Through the gate of a sinful pleasure
My poor, weak boy went down.
'T's only the same old story
That mothers so often tll.
With accents of infinite sadness.
Like the tones of a funeral bell;
But I never thought once, when I
I should learn of its meaning myself;
I thought he'd be true to his mother,
I thought he'd be true to" himself.
But, alas for my hopes, all delusion!
Alas! for his youthful pride!
Alas! who are safe when danger
Is open on every side?
Oh, can nothing destroy this great evil?
No bar in its pathway be thrown.
To save from the terrible maelstrom
The tho isands of boys going down?
British Temperance Advocate.
Dr. Wiley on Alcohol and Drngx
I think there is a marked tendency
in the profession to regard the virtues
of alcohol as very questionable. The
old idea that if one is going to expose
himself to extreme clanger or extremes
of climatic conditions, the body should
be fortified by the use of alcohol, ha
disappeared. It is quite certain now
that alcohol does not make one less
apt to free-e, but more so, and that it
does not give any such amount of en energy
ergy energy as to be at all compensatory for
the injury it may produce. On the wit witness
ness witness stand I have stated that I con considered
sidered considered alcohol a food because a cer certain
tain certain quantity of it is burned in the
body, with the production of heat and
energy. In the light of recent investi investigations,
gations, investigations, however, and from theoretic
considerations, I am inclined to th
opinion that the effort to rid the body
of even the small quantity of alcohol
mentioned may, perhaps, consume a
great deal more energy than is fur furnished
nished furnished by its conbustion, and that, on
the whole, it can not be regarded as a
food, even In the limited sense here
described. Tin susceptibility to cer certain
tain certain diseases of persons addicted to al alcohol
cohol alcohol has been noted by many writers,
and the record of deaths by sunstroke
indicate that a very large percentage
of the victims are alcoholics. The ten tendency
dency tendency which alcohol has to weaken the
bodily resistance, therefore, is a mat matter
ter matter not to be left out of consideration.
The general result of the study of this
problem has been an accelerated move movement
ment movement to restrict the use of alcohol in
medical practice, and especially in hos hospital
pital hospital service. Both as a means of pre preventing
venting preventing disease and as a remedy, this
agent is rapidly falling into disrepute,
so that it bids fair to become merely a
memory in our materia medlca and the
Alcohol the DeMroyer
"Firewater" Is said to be destroy destroying
ing destroying the African negroes just as It de destroyed
stroyed destroyed the American Indians in the
eastern parts of our country. The
German Reichstag, or Congress, Is de debating
bating debating proposed laws aosolutely to
forbid the sale of alcoholic drinks in
the German parts of Africa. Long ago
our government was driven to this
policy in the case of the Indians.
At Oklahoma. as I looked at the city
with Its one hundred and seventy
miles of paved streets and its fine hun
dred thousand dollar high school build
ing, I could but reflect: and all this
without one cent of money from the
liquor power. Only one man did I see
who was the least under the influence
of liquor. Where are the fellows and
the papers whose stock in trade was
to say: "You can't keep up a city with without
out without liquor money?" Dr. Wm. Xowlin
in Florida Baptist Witness.
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listless, run-down feeling. But there
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Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M. meets on the first and third Thurs Thursday
day Thursday evenings of each month at 7:30
o'clock, until further notice.
C. E. Simmons, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
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Bat Surrounded and Greatly Ontaara Ontaara-hered
hered Ontaara-hered Two Americana Mnrdered
la a Iloapltal
Washington, Aug. 23. L'ndeterred by
talk In the Senate of projected resolu resolutions
tions resolutions regarding the constitutionality of
the landing of American sailors and
marines in Nicaragua, tne navy depart department,
ment, department, at the request of the stata de department,
partment, department, has dispatched peremptory
orders to navy yards on two sides of
the continent to rush reinforcements
to the naval forces now located far in
the interior f the insurrection-torn
country. Fear that the forces there
now are in danger of annilihation at
the hands of the Insurgents prompted
the order. Government officials are
satisfied that they are acting com completely
pletely completely within their rights in landing
the sailors and marines and that this
does not constitute an act of war, uch
as can only be authorized by Congress.
Two Americana Murdered
Washington, Aug. 23. Two "Ameri "Americans
cans "Americans are said to have been deliberate deliberately
ly deliberately murdered in the massacre of Nic Nicaragua
aragua Nicaragua troops by rebels at Leon on
August 19. One Is said to have been
Harvey Dodd of Mississippi, and the
other a man named Phillips. The two
had been wounded and were seeking
refuge at a hospital, Wuen killed.
Slaughter of Federal Soldiers
The massacre of some 500 loyal Nlc Nlc-araguan
araguan Nlc-araguan troops by rebels at Leon Mon Monday
day Monday night, is fully confirmed in a be belated
lated belated dispatch received by tha state
department from the American lega legation
tion legation at Managua. The fighting was
more disastrous and bloody than was
at first reported. The rebels refused
quarter to the federals, when they
greatly outnumbered, and annihilated
the entire force of 500 men except
three or four, who managed to get
rebel uniforms and by this means were
able to get out of Leon and make their
way to Managua with the news.
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Reftiilt of Wednesday'
Atlanta, Aug. 23. Augustus O. Ba Bacon
con Bacon for the United States Senate and
Hon. John M. Slaton for governor,
were choices of the democrats of that
state in the nominating primary held
Wednesday. This will make a fourth
successive term as senator for Mr. Ba Bacon.
con. Bacon. Bacon carried 31 out of the 146
counties in the state.
Slaton fo" governor was overwhelm overwhelmingly
ingly overwhelmingly nominated. He carried a major majority
ity majority of the counties In all sections of
the state. Joe Hill Hall of Macon Is a
poor second in the race, while Assem Assemblyman
blyman Assemblyman Hooper Alexander of Decatur
is hopelessly in the ruck. Alexander
was one of the authors of the Alexan-der-TIppins
bill, which passed the re recent
cent recent session of the legislature and was
aimed to kill off the sale of "near beer,"
but which was vetoed by Governor
Brown. He made his race on a string stringent
ent stringent prohibition platform. Slaton is
president of the state senate.
Congressional nominations indicat indicated
ed indicated are: Third district, Charles Crisp;
fifth, William S. Howard (renominat (renominated);
ed); (renominated); tenth, Thomas Hardwick (re (renominated);
nominated); (renominated); sixth, C. L. Bartlett de defeated
feated defeated for renomination by J. W. Wise.
Gray, Hillyer and Trammell were
renominated for railroad commissioners.
GOOD KEXDRICK FARM FOR SALE
A first class farm, two miles south southwest
west southwest of Kendrlck and about the same
distance from both the Kendrick and
Blitchton hard roads. 120 acres in the
property, 40 acres of cut-over land
with some timber left. Will sell sep separate
arate separate if desired. 60 acres under fence,
30 acres of which has grown up In
bushes and-small pine saplings. First
class pine, oak and hckory land. Fine
well of never failing water. Fairly
good dwelling house, two barns, etc.
Lot of peach, some figs and young or orange
ange orange trees. Titles perfect and place la
clear of debt. A bargain at $2500. If
Interested, inquire at the Star office.
Tulula Lodge No. 22. Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every
Tuesday evening, at 7:30 o'clock in
Yonge's hall. Fort King avenue. Visit Visitors
ors Visitors in the city Invited to be with us.
A- M. Lansford, N. G.
W L. Colbert, Secretary.
Bites of poisonous insects that cause
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with a healing antiseptic that will
counteract the poison and heal the
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KXIGIITS OF PTTIIIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:20 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over Teyser's Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to visit visiting
ing visiting brothers. F. E. Wetherbee, C. C,
Cha?. K. Sage. K. P- S.
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ty county schools books on hand.
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THE FAR SIGHTED AUTOI8T
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He buys the kind we sell and the
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OCALA EVEXIXG STAR, FRIDAY, AUGUST 23, 1912
HAVE YOU HEARD THE NEWS
Frank's Start Their Fifteenth Semi-
Annual Stork Redaction Sale en
Saturday, Aagunt 21th
Shoppers for miles around who re
OCALA EVENING STAR
. Blttlnger & Carroll Proprietors.
R. R. Carroll, lloslness 3Ianager.
J. II. Benjamin, Editor.
Entered in the postoff&e at Ocala,
Fla., as second class mail matter.
EVERY LITTLE ASSISTS
The democratic campaign fund is
growing1, not like a young bay tree,
but not exactly standing still. Judge
I I Hopkins of Eellevlew donated a
dollar of the daddies this morning, and
s Tax Collector Colbert, another pure
minded patriot, also contributed a
THE WHITE FOLKS' CANDIDATE
Senator Clarence Watson of "West
Virginia, while a democrat, attended
the republican convention at Chicago
last June as a student of politics, says
the New York World. When he re returned
turned returned to his home town, Fairmount,
a colored man who had been connect connected
ed connected with the Watson estate since be before
fore before his hair started to turn gray
Mister Watson, suh, they done nom nominated
inated nominated Mr. Tat' at Chicago?"
"Yes, Sam, they nominated Mr.
"An, it looks like the republicans is
goIn" to nominate Mr. Roosevelt, too?"
'Yes, Sam, that seems to be the prob probability."
ability." probability." "Yes, suh; yes suh. Say, Mister
Watson, suh, who is the white folks
goin' to run?"
That the reclamation of the Ever Everglades
glades Everglades by drainage is being lgnorant lgnorant-ly
ly lgnorant-ly and Inadequately carried on by the
state of Florida, under whose auspices
it has been undertaken, is openly
charged by Engineering News (New
York, July 25. This paper asserts that
those In charge of the enterprise
actually do -not know whether what
they are doing will produce results
that will pay for the money expended;
that both they and the authorities be behind
hind behind them are "going it blind," and
that meantime "reclaimed swamp-land
Is being sold to unsuspecting purchas purchasers
ers purchasers at what are really high prices on
the strength of the state's name. Says
"It Is a thousand 'p'tles that the
state of Florida should, lend its sup support
port support to a huge land speculation and
the sale of land on Instalments to poor
purchasers who can not afford to run
risk of loss. For the state's whole
drainage enterprise Tests on an Inse Insecure
cure Insecure foundation. Will the work now
In progress on the canals from Lake
Okechobee have sufficient effect In
draining the Everglade region or any
considerable part thereof so that the
land can be lived upon and profitably
cultivated? The sworn testimony of
engineers of high standing In a recent
Investigation at Washington has prov proved
ed proved conclusively that the state of Flor Florida
ida Florida is proceeding blindly in this Im Important
portant Important matter. It has undertaken an
engineering project Involving the ex expenditure
penditure expenditure of several hundred thousand
dollars, with no adequate engineering
Information as to whether the work
will produce any results In the way of
benefits at all commensurate with its
cost. It Is bad enough to spend the
'hTOhey of taxpayers on any such spe
culative basis, but it Is ten times worse
to allow the reputation and credit of
the state to be made use of by land
speculators to further the same of
lands on instalments at absurdly high
prices to people of small means scat scattered
tered scattered over the country.
"We feel It important to speak em emphatically
phatically emphatically on this mater, for It Is easy
to foresee that a few years hence,
when the bubble bursts and it is found
that the construction work which has
been done does not give the expected
results, it will be attempted to lay the
blame on the engineering profession.
It will be then said that the engineer engineering
ing engineering plans were at fault, and that the
state authorities and the people who
are selling these lands were them themselves
selves themselves deceived.
"For the credit and good name of the
engineering profession, therefore we
Tepeat what we said in our issue of
March 28: The state of Florida should
submit its present plans for draining
the Everglades to a commission of
competent engineers before proceeding
"RESPECT FOIl WOMEN
James Oliver Curwood, author of
-The Flower of the North," tells the
following story about the men to be
found In the country aoout Hudson
Bay, where the scene of his story is
"I was at Frince Albert," he said,
"sitting on the veranda of the little old
Windsor Hotel facing the Saskatche
wan. During the few days previous a
number of factors, trappers and half half-breed
breed half-breed canoemen had come down from
the north. One of these men .had not
been down to the edge of civilization
for seven years. Three of the others
had not been down In two. and this
was the annual trip of the other eight
for there were Just eighteen of us
sitting there together.
"We were smoking and talking when
a young woman turned up the narrow narrow-walk
walk narrow-walk leading to the veranda. Immedi Immediately
ately Immediately every voice was hushed and as
the woman came up the steps those
twelve roughly clad men of the wilder wilderness
ness wilderness rose to their feet as a man, each
holding his cap In his hand. Thus
they stood, silent and with bowed
heads, until the young woman had
passed into the hotel. It was the most
beautiful tribute to womanhood I had
ever seen. And I, the man from civil civilization,
ization, civilization, was the only one who re remained
mained remained sitting, with my hat on my
The legislature of Georgia having
passed a bill requiring the railroads to
pull mileage on the trains from the
holders of mileage books. Governor
Brown vetoed the measure, which
leads the Atlanta Journal to Insinuate
that the governor Is under control of
the railroads. The plan of making the
holder of a mileage book go to the
ticket office to exchang his mileage
for a ticket Instead of tendering it to
the conductor on the train Is a great
nuisance to the traveling public and
one that afflicts Florida as well as
Georgia. It is hard to see what rea reason
son reason Governor Brown had In law or
common sense for vetoing the bill.
Having had the commerce court
rammed down its throat by the presi president.
dent. president. Congress may adjourn tomorrow.
Secretary Knox is on his way to
Japan, to represent the United States
at the late emperor's funeral.
Marlon county democrats are mostly
republicans in the way they contri contribute
bute contribute to the campaign fund.
Bramwell Booth has succeeded his
father as chief of the Salvation Army.
member last season's remarkable bar bargains
gains bargains will hall this good news with en enthusiasm,
thusiasm, enthusiasm, and will begin immediately
their preparations for attending this
event. And this year for various good
reasons (see large advertisement or
circular) the values are bigger and
better than ever.
Frank's meets the sale period this
year with broader assortments, better
qualities and bigger values than ever.
Several months ago when the bottom
dropped out of the market Frank's
were able to purchase vast stocks of
desirable merchandise for trifling
prices, thanks to the fact that their
stocks were at a very low level. The
prices named In this sale are lower
than the lowest on record for goods
of sterling quality.
Full details with hundreds of items
and prices are shown In their large
circular. If you are anxious to buy
good3 at the lowest price level don't
fail to write them for this price list at
once. Their sale only lasts thirteen
days. It is an undisputed fact that
Frank's always do what they adver advertise
tise advertise and only advertise what they do.
ANOTHER JUDGE UNDER FIRE
Following threatened impeachment
proceedings against Judge Emory H.
Speer of the United District Court In
Georgia, the press 13 asking again
whether the recall Is superfluous when
impeachment is available. This is the
fourth federal Judge attacked within
recent months a list including Judge
Hanford, Judge Archbald, and Judge
Daniel Thew Wright of the District of
Columbia. 'Uneasy sits the form that
wears ermine," observes the Cleveland
Leader. In the Speer case there are
also references to the law's delay, for
the complainant. Colonel W. A. Huff,
formerly mayor of Macon, Ga., asserts
that his estate has been tied up in
litigation of bankruptcy proceedings
for thirteen years without Just cause.
The letter which contains the threat of
impeachment describes Judge Speer as
"a petticoat pensioner, a venal and
corrupt Judge, as vicious as he is vain,
as splenetic as he is spectacular, and
as crooked as he is cruel and churlish."
To which the Judge replies:
"All I have done to bring upon my myself
self myself these terrific animad-verslons is
that I hav insisted from time to time,
whenever I could, that Mr. Huff should
pay to his creditors their honest debts.
That every honest judge may do In
similar cases unless he falsifies his oath
That the complainant's funds should
have drawn no interest In a bank In
which the Judge's brother-in-law is
vice president Is explained from the
bench as a matter of custom. Judge
Speer denied In his courtroom in detail
eloquently and with tears running
down- his cheeks, some of the dis dispatches
patches dispatches say all of the charges Huff
makes of Judicial misconduct, and end ended
ed ended by recommending that another
judge try Huff's case to insure impar impartiality.
tiality. impartiality. Meanwhile the judge has gone
to Nova Scotia on a hunting trip, and
Colonel Huff Is under $1,000 bond to
appear In November and be tried on a
charge of contempt of court. He re refuses
fuses refuses to retract any of his statements.
The view of the press is that judges
would do well to think twice before
ordering arrests for contempt in these
days when Impeachment and recall are
in the air. The New York World
points In warning:
"It was one man's grievance that
sent a committee of the House of Rep Representatives
resentatives Representatives to Seattle to Investigate
Judge Hanford, who has since resign resigned.
ed. resigned. It was one man's -complaint of in injustice
justice injustice that drew the attention of the
House to Judge Archbald of Pennsyl Pennsylvania,
vania, Pennsylvania, who has since been impeached."
R. R. Carroll, business manager of
the Ocala Evening Star, passed through
Gainesville yesterday en route to Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, where he was called on busi business.
ness. business. Mr. Carroll Is one of the Hrick
City's most progressive citizens and
for a number of years has been a
member of the city council of Ocala.
Ben A. Anderson, who has for the
past two years and a half been exper experiencing
iencing experiencing frontier life in Arizona, came
home Saturday, to the delight of his
family and friends. Ren says that
when he reached the Florida state line
on his return he felt a keen sense of
satisfaction, and he would be content
to never again go further from home
than Meredith. After a brief rest he
will go to Jacksonville, where he has
accepted a position. Bronson Times Times-Democrat.
Democrat. Times-Democrat. Royal Arch meets tonight.
K. of P. meet Monday evening.
CRUSHED UNDER THE CARS
Voudk Man from Tyler, Fin., Killed bj bj-n
n bj-n Train at Savannah
Savannah Ga., Aug. 23. R. B. Cor Cornell,
nell, Cornell, son of Postmaster Cornell of Ty Tyler,
ler, Tyler, Fla., was killed here last night by
an Atlantic Coast Line freight train.
Just within the city limits. It is be believed
lieved believed that the man was attempting to
board the train when the tragedy oc occurred.
curred. occurred. The appearance of the body,
which was badly mutilated, would in indicate
dicate indicate that he had fallen between the
Dodnon'n I.lver-Tone Han All the Med Medicinal
icinal Medicinal Properties, of Calomel With
None of the Danfcerotia
You can get along without taking
calomel yourself or giving it to your
family when you can buy a substitute
for It as good as Dodson's Liver Tone.
Dodson's Liver Tone Is a pure, harm harmless
less harmless vegetable liquid that starts the
liver to action just as surely as cal
omel does. But, unlike calomel, Dod
son's Liver Tone does not stimulate
the liver too much. It cures consti constipation
pation constipation gently instead of making you
more bilious than you were at first.
and It can no more salivate you than a
tablespoonful of maple syrup can
Dodson's Liver Tone has given such
perfect satisfaction to every, person to
whom the Court Pharmacy has sold a
bottle that this store will give the
money back to any person who buys a
bottle and does not find it a perfect
substitute for calomel. It is worth
something to you to try a medicine
with a guarantee like that.
LOYAL ORDER OF SIOOSE
The Ocala Lodge, Xo. 699, Loyal Or
der 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. It. Stapp, Secretary.
BEGINS TOMORROW 9A. M. and CONTINUES 13 DAYS ONLY
This is the Sale All of Marion County has been. Waiting for.
It's the Real Sale of the Season. : : : : 7 : : :
Read Our Large Circulars. Hundreds of Real Values for You in there. When you see the Goods you will wonder
how it can be done. You will be astonished to know that 'Goods can be Sold at such Low prices. LOOK FOR
THE RED SIGNS.
REMEMBER OUR GUARANTEE
Buy what you want at this Sale and if you are not Satisfied in
every particular Return the Goods and get your money back:
i nis is KJur
II. A. MASOXS
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, li. A. M., on the fourth
Friday in every month, at 7:30 p. m.
C. E. Connor, II. P.
Jake Drown, Secretary.
Stepping on a rusty nail has been
the cause of many cases of lockjaw.
The nail was not so much the fault as
neglect of the wound. If such wounds
were cleansed and BALLARD'S LINI LINIMENT
MENT LINIMENT applied there would be no lock lockjaw,
jaw, lockjaw, as the antiseptic properties of
the liniment would counteract the
poison and the wound would heal
quickly. Price 23c, 50c and $1 per bot bottle.
tle. bottle. At all druggists.
OCALA LODGE XO 2SC, II. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodze Xo. 286, Benevolent and
Protective Order of Elks, meets the
second and fourth Tuesday evenings in
each month. Visiting brethren always
welcome. Howell M. Hampton, E. R.
Josejh Bell, Secretary.
""Were all medicines as meritorious
as Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
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.
W. G. BLANCHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
P. O. BOX 10
This MODERN, SANITARY market
makes a hit with the EXACTING HUS HUSBAND
BAND HUSBAND so hae YOUR wife purchase
FRESH, CHI ED AXD SALT
HERE where she runs XO CHANCE of
securing inferior, "off grade" quality.
Our prices are always as low as we
can make them try us.
W. II. MARSH, Proprietor.
FORMERLY EDWARDS, MARKET
M'lVER & MAG KAY
Undertakers and Embalmers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
D. E. M'lVFH AXD C. V. ROBERTS,
All Work Doi.e ly License! Em Embalmers
balmers Embalmers and FuIIx Guaraneel.
Phones: D. E. Melver, 104; C. V. Rob Roberts,
erts, Roberts, S03; Undertaking Office. 47.
Accurate Building Plana. Blue Prints
nd Specifications made. Lands Sur Sur-reyed
reyed Sur-reyed and Platted. Close Estimates
liade on Erection of Buildings of auy
tharaeter by contract or on commis
lion basis. ..rite or consit me at
Northwest Corner Ocala nne rtloelc
OC1LA - FT jO III DA
j WniTE STAR TRANSFER CO.
COLLIER BROS., PROPRIETORS
Baggage, Freight, Pianos. Furniture
and Safes a Specialty. Careful and
Prompt Attention Given All Orders.
VE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAfiK
- V ;j
AX AMEHICAX KIXG
IX II A HKET AFRICA
Hunted down by British soldiers in
the depths of the juncles uf" Central
Africa, where for years :u defiance of
all authority he had pursued, the career
of an elephant poacher and il"!c'.i tral tral-er,
er, tral-er, James Ward Rogers, an Anerirf i,
is dead. He was .shot down by a little
force of troops which har bttn sent
into the wilderness in pursuit, with or orders
ders orders not to return without tho ov.tlav.-.
dead or alive.
News of Rogers' dtath cane t the
British colonial office from Copt. C. V.
Fox, inspector of M on y hull i rcvin-c,
who commanded the exptdifon. Al Although
though Although told in an official report, the
story revealed is one of ihe r.u;t dra dramatic
matic dramatic in colonial annals. For years
Rogers had carried on his lawless
trade which popular opinion credited
with netting hi:u a for;ane. T:.c re remote
mote remote regions along the Lado enclosure
and Congo boundaries were the scenes
of his operations.
Capt. Fox's report shows that in his
long operations Rogers had done more
t..an had been dreamed of by the col colonial
onial colonial offices. He had established an
organized administration over the wild,
trackless country and among the na natives
tives natives was a virtual if uncrowned king.
The success of the outlaw in handl handling
ing handling his 'subjects" and in the pursuit
of his trade drew from Capt. Fox, in
his report, the tribute that Rogers'
work was worthy of a better caus.
Not since the explorer, Henry M. Stan Stanley
ley Stanley pierced the jungles in 1871 and
found Ir. Livingstone have such tales
of hardship, trials and dangers come
out of Africa.
For the purpose of tracking the out outlaw
law outlaw the English commander was given
a non-commissioned subordinate and
six Soudanese soldiers. Body carriers
and mules for the transportation of
supplies were part of his equipment.
His instructions were plain not to re return
turn return until the outlaw was, captured.
Creeping up the Uganda bank of the
Nile the expedition pushed forward for
six weeks before the quarry was lo located.
cated. located. Fox and his men had then worn
their clothes to tatters and their sup supplies
plies supplies were exhausted, leaving them
facing starvation in the wilderness.
The last twelve hours of the pursuit
were particularly trying. The chase
led over a mountain with Rogers'
men only a short distance in advance.
Dramatic in the extreme is Captain
Fox's description of the death of Rog Rogers.
ers. Rogers. In the jungle into which they had
descended from the mountain his party
came suddenly upon a camp. A native
approached the English officer and
"The commander wants you to come
in. He is sick and cannot come out."
Entering the hut Capt. Fox found
himself in a room dimly lighted by a
candle. A white man was lying on a
couch and beside him sat a companion,
also whit. The man on the bed was
Rogers, who had been wounded by a
bullet from the rifle of one of the pur pursuing
suing pursuing party. Shortly after the arrival
of the English officer he died. He re refused
fused refused to give the name of his compan companion,
ion, companion, a doctor, who being on Belgian
soil, was safe from arrest.
One of the most common ailments
that hard working people are afflicted
with is lame back. Apply Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Liniment twice a day and 'mas 'massage
sage 'massage the party thoroughly at each ap application,
plication, application, and you will get quick re relief.
lief. relief. For sale by all dealers.
OPEX DAY AXD XIGHT
Merchants Cafe, A. C. L. depot cor corner.
ner. corner. Meals a la carte and lunches it
Mr. v. S. Gunsalus, a farmer living:
near Fleming; Ta., says he has used
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar Diarrhoea
rhoea Diarrhoea Remedy in his family for four fourteen
teen fourteen year, and that he has found it to
be an excelk-nt remedy, and take3
pleasure In recommending' it. For
sale by all dealers.
Of Application for Leave to Sell
Notice is herebv given that on the
Slth Iaj- of AusuM, A. D. 1012
I will apply to Honorable Joseph Bell,
county judse in and for Marion coun county.
ty. county. ?!atf of Florida, at his office in
Ocala. in .-aid county, for an order au authorizing
thorizing authorizing nie. a-? guardian of the minor
heirs of the estate of John F. Craw Crawford,
ford, Crawford, deceased, to sell at private sale
the following property belonging to
a:d estate, to-wit: Commencing at
the northwest corner of lot number
twenty-nine of Smith & Dousherty's
add t the city of Ocala. Marion coun county,
ty, county, Fla.. thence east one hundred feet.
outh one hundred and twenty-five
feet, west one hundred feet, north one
i.undred and twenty-five feet to p. o.
h.: also the r.Tth half of lot number
tweniv-eiht of jfnr.ith and Dougherty's
aid to the city of Ocala. Marion coun county.
ty. county. Florida; ar.l also all of lot number
nine of Smith Dougherty's add to
Ocala. Marion .county, Florida; also
the south half of lot number twelve
of Smith & Dousrherty'. add to Ocala.
Marion county, Florida. Said lands
belonir.sr to the estate of the said
John F. Crawford, deceased, to be sold
for the best interest of said minor
hfTh"is 18th day of July. 1912.
Dora Crawford, Guardian.
(juarantee lor this Sale.
A. T. Thomas, Pres.
Lake Weir Sand and Crushed Rock
' MANUFACTURERS OF
Cement Blocks and all kinds of Cement Forms, from
stock or special designs. Contractors in Cement
Sidewalks, Curbing, and Street Paving of all de descriptions.
scriptions. descriptions. Residences or Stores contracted in
in Hrick, Stone and Cement.
Contracts taken anywhere in the state. Esti Estimates
mates Estimates furnished on request.
OFFICE AND YARDS NORTH MAIN STREET
Phone 331 OCALA, FLORIDA
A GREAT HOUSE FURNISHING
Following arc just a Few of the Thousands of
Articles Carried in oar Great Farnitare, Hardware,
House Furnishing and General Supply Store. Come
in and look the stock over, you will find many
things yoti want.
For the Office
Roll -aid Flat Top Desks Typewriter Desks, Stroographer
Desks Office Chairs, Stools. Sofas, Etc.
For the Dining Room
Hamlsoiue Round or Square Extension Tables Dining Chairs,
Rugs. Sideboards and Chiffoniers, RouffetA, China Closets, China
Dinner Sets. Lamps, Fine Table Linen, Etc.
Handsome Mahoganj, Oak, Willow or Mission Chairs, Straight
Racked or Rockers, Tables, Sofas, Lamps, Rugs and Carpets, Pic Pictures.
tures. Pictures. Bedroom Furniture
Beautiful Dresners and Wash Stands in Golden Oak, Rirdseye
Maple or Mahogany. Beautiful Iron and Brass Beds in over Fifty
Different Varieties and Prices. Rugs and Mattings, Chiffoniers and
Wardrobes, 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 Price Desired. Stoves and Ranges
n Either Wood or Oil Burners. Kitchen Cabinets and Tables.
Anything Desired In Silverware for the Table, Cutlery and
Sissors in our Hardware Department: Shotguns Rifles and Ammu Ammunition;
nition; Ammunition; Fire Sets, Screens and Irons. Etc
Carriage and Harness Dept
Buggies, Carriages and Wagons for all PunsS Harness, Sad Sad-Domestic
Domestic Sad-Domestic and Imported, Art Squares, Mattings Etc., in the Coutnry.
riles Lap Robes, Whips and Everything for the Horse or Vehicle.
McIVER & MacKAY
PHONE 47 North MagnoliaJSt. OCALA, FLA.
J 11 JlUi
AMATEUR NIGHT WEDNESDAY
1THTT rfl rmTNTX TTT f"1 TTTTrm
J. Thompson, Manager
Sand & Stone Co.
DEALERS IN Z:J. ,.
OR Uir h 4
M.iTi:irs sali: OP it is a i. kstatis
Notice is hereby Riven that under
and by virtue of a decree of the Hon.
V. -"H. nullock. judKe of the circuit
court of the fifth Judicial circuit of
Florida. In and for Marion countr. la
chancery fitting, rendered on the 24th
day or July. A. I). 112, in a certain
cnuxe iK-n.linar In ald court wherein
the city of Ocala, a municipal corpora corporation,
tion, corporation, etc.. In complainant. and
II. I Anderson and wife. Klizabeth
Anderson, are defendants, the under undersigned
signed undersigned as special master In chancery,
Monday, ihe Second Iy at September,
A. II. 11)12, s.
at the south door of the court-house
in Ocala, Marion county, Florida, be between
tween between the hours of eleven o'clock a.
m. and two o'clock p. m., offer
for nale at public auction and will
soil to the highest and best bidder for
cah the following described property,
to-wit: Commencing 287 feet north of
southwest intersection .of Smith &
Wyomena street, north 47' degree,
west 210 feet, south 47i deKfees, east
210 feet, south 47i degrees, east 210
feet, north 47 V4 dexrees, west. 210 feet,
er so much thereof. as may be neces necessary
sary necessary to satisfy said final decree and
costs. Joseph Hell.
As Special Master in Chancery.
Carlos L. Slstrunk,
MASTKIfS SALE OFTiIEAI, KSTATK
Notice is hereby ffiven that under
and by virtue of a decree of the Hon.
W. S. Hullock, Judpe of the circuit
court of the fifth Judicial circuit of
Florida, In and for Marion, county, in
chancery slttins, rendered on the 24th
day of July, A. D. 112, In a certain
cause pending in said court wherein
the city of Ocala, a municipal corpora corporation,
tion, corporation, etc.. Is complainant, and Thomas
H. Fatio is defendant, the under undersigned
signed undersigned as special master In chancery,
Monday, Ihe Second Hay of September,
A. II. 1912,
at the south door of the court house
in Ocala, Marion county, Florida, be between
tween between tne hours of eleven o'clock a.
m. and two o'clock p. m., offer
for sale at public sale and will
sell to the highest and best bidder for
cash the following described property,
to-wit: North half of lof four, block
18. New Survey South, Ocala. Marion
county, Florida, or so much thereof as
may be necessary to satisfy said final
decree and costs. Joseph Hell.
As Special Master in Chancery.
Carlos 1 Slstrunk
XOTICE OFAITMCATIOV FOIl TAX
Heed I'nder Seeflon H of Chapter
4s-N of Florida.
Notice is hereby Klven that W. C.
Grimes, purchaser of tax certificate
No. 'Ji'fc, dated the 1st day of June, A,
D. IMS. has filed said certificate In. my
office, and has made application for
tax deed to issue in accordance with
law. .Said certificate embraces the fol following
lowing following described property situated in
Marion county, Florida, to-wit NVfc of
se4 of nw4 sec 31 tp 17 r 23. The
said land being assessed at the date
vt the issuance of such certificate In
the name of Fannie Hrown. Unless
said certificate shall 7e redeemed ac according
cording according to lafw, tax deed will Issue
thereon on the 10th day of September,
A. 1. 1912.
Witness my official signature and
sea Ithls the 7th day of August, A. D.
IS 12. -H. T. istrunk,
- Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla.
Of Applleatloa for Ieave I Sell
Notice is hereby given that on the
ISth day of September, A. L. 1912. I
will apply to Honorable Joseph Hell,
county Judge In and for Marion county,
state of Florida, at his office in Ocala,
in .aid county, for an order authoriz authorizing
ing authorizing me, as guardian of the minor helra
of the estate of Sidney II. Perry, de deceased,
ceased, deceased, to sell at private .sale the fol following
lowing following property belonging to said es estate,
tate, estate, to-wit: Seventy (70) feet east and
west by one hundred and twelve feet
north and south in the northwest cor corner
ner corner of lot eight (8) Caldwell's addi addition
tion addition to Ocala. Said land belonging to
the estate of the said Sidney 1L 1'erry.
deceased, to be sold for the best inter interest
est interest of said minor heirs.
This 17th day of August, 1912.
Annie M. Perry, Guardian.
-XOTICE OF APPLICATION. FOR TAX
Heed Lnder Serf I on of Ckapter
4K.SS, Law. c Florida.
Notce is hereby given that 11. 1U
Drigxers, purchaser of tax certificate
No. 624, dated the 6th day of June, A.
D 1910. has filed said certificate in my
oince. and has made application for
tax dc-ed to issue in accordance with
law. Said certificate embraces the fol following
lowing following described property situated In
Marion county, Fla., to-wit: VH of
nw'4 .ec 2 tp 17 s r 23 e. The said land
being assessed at the date of the Is Issuance
suance Issuance of such certificate in the name
of Henninsr Iinri A.- Innitmint
I pany. Unless said certificate shall bo.
i.nerracu accgruios 10 law, lax deed
win issue inereon on me
23rd day of Aiitut, A. 1012
Witness my official signature and
eal this the 20th day of July, A. D.
1912. S T. SistrunkT
Clerk Circuit Court Marlon Co. Fla.
foa Baccmc KctrQ44oea.
OCALA fiVEXHTG STAR. FRIDAY, AUGUST 23, 1912
2. EMrads From a Maury
I'M IS IllD?
U IS ill
Here it ir on the 14th of
are about all gone. Of course
some neccBsary purchases and
I had not counted on. If I could only make up my minu
to save a little each month! But I would have to forego
some of my pleasures, I feac
for my board and clothes,
could only save."
THE 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 auto bad gasoline and you get poor
speed-feed the best man alive on improper food and
you see a human wreck. You owe it to yourself--for
your health's sake, for your pocket's sake, to feed your
stomach -with finest groceries, good holescme food.
That is YOUR fuelt
Johnson's Educator Crackers make the right kind of fuel
for you, because they are made from Whole Wheat Flour.
Educator Wafers. Educator Toasterett (buttered, salted and
toasted), Educator Luncheon Biscuit, Educator Sweet
Graham, Educator Ginger Snaps, Educator Animal
Crackers. Fruited Educator (Sultana Raisins), Educator
Bran Cookies, a natural laxative.
. IC. Teapot (Grocery
PHONES 16 and 174
THE ROYAL PRESSING CLUB
Wilbur Counts, Manager
Successor to W. J. Gabel
CLEANING, PRESSING AND DYEING
Higli Grade Tailor Made Clothes
GUARANTEED TO FIT
Your Patronage Solicited
Phone 443 Ocala, Fla.
62 Ft. King Ave., Ocala, Fla. Telephone 338
Fall session of four scholastic months opens Sept. 2nd. Advance rates
is heretofore $S..0 per month, or $C3 per session, which is a deduction of
two per cent a month, on the three
repeated checks and receipts.
Courses embraced in regular curriculum include a thorough preparatory
course, and the foi.r college classes. We do not say college years, for with
our personal v tratory teaching and assistance a good student with devo devotion
tion devotion to his work can accomplish a grade in four months, thoroughly and un understanding.
derstanding. understanding. We grant diplomas: D. S., A. R, A. M. and for young ladies,
M. A. Our diplomas are as well recognized and accepted throughout the
South as those of any other college.
Our annex Is a thorough business course. Bookkeeping, single and dou double
ble double entry, shorthand and practice In typewriting; all the very best systems
and easily comprehended. Rate3 as heretofore.
These advantages are at your own door. We do not canvass for scholars.
but we would ue pieasea i u nave aa many uesa wmu o jrvicwic
Address lor Particulars, GEO. Cor Mrs. G. C. LOONEY
the month and ray earnings
I was compelled to make
the doctor bill of six dollars,
As it is, I am only working
and I DO work hard. If I
remaining monms 10 save me irouoie ui
Mrs. E. II. Mot of Leesburg Is In the
city today. ;
Phone 284 for quick prescription ser service.
vice. service. Mr. Wiley Burford
visit to Alabama.
Ij home from his
Dr. A. L. nialoek, payMrlaa, oflee
paaae Xa. 132.
Miss Mary Connor was in the city
from her Lake Weir home today.
Mr. Ed W. Davis went to Shell Isl Island,
and, Island, to visit his family this morning.
Mrs. S. R. Pyles left Wednesday for a
month's visit to her old home in In Indiana.
diana. Indiana. Ladles' hats at less than wholesale
prices at 52 North Magnolia street this
Mrs. Chas. I Moore and daughter.
Miss Clara, returned this afternoon
from their outing at Daytona.
Your vacation is not complete with without
out without a kodak. Qerig's Poatofflce Drug Drugstores,
stores, Drugstores, agents.
Mrs. John Polsseau returned this
morning from a very pleasant visit to
her old home at Chipley.
Harmony Violet Glycerine Soap,
full half-pound cakes, 15 cents. Sold
only at Gerig's Postoffice Drugstores.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Stripling and
daughter, Ellen, will leave Sunday for
a week's stay at Worthington Springs.
Millinery stock at 52 North Magno Magnolia
lia Magnolia street must be sold this week at
Mr. Carlton Irvine, the skilled young
pianist, has a position with A. M.
Harmony Violet Glycerine Soap,
full half-pound cakes, 15 cents. Sold
only at Gerig's Fostofflce Drugstores.
Miss Minnie Lee Carlisle is spending
the week end at Burbank with Mrs.
Hill and Miss Cecil Bogue.
Treserve your artistic Board of
Trade certificate by having it framed
at the Ocala News Co.
Judge L. I Hopkins and Mr. O. M.
Gale, two of Bellevlew's leading cltl-
jzens, were in town today.
You can save money by purchasing
second-hand and rebound bonks at the
Ocala News Co.
Mr. W. H. McRalney
was in town today.
If you want to find your friend while
down town, go to the Court Tharmacy
they all meet there.
Mr. Rooney of Jacksonville, with the
New York Life Insurance Co., is in
Don't suffer with heat. Stop at the
Court Pharmacy and cool off while en
joying a dish of that good ice cream.
Mr. Jack Rentz returned yesterday
from Jacksonville, where he accom accompanied
panied accompanied his mother and wife on their
way to "Waynesville, N. C.
For quick service In anything you
want in the drug or toilet line, call
284, the Court Pharmacy.
The boys around at Spencer's garage
have slicked up the Marquette racer,
and it will look like a white streak In
the next speed trial.
If yeu want to see a busy prescrrp prescrrp-tlon
tlon prescrrp-tlon counter, look In at the Court
Pharmacy's prescription department.
The Magic Household Lighter takes
the place of matches. 25 cents each at
Gerig's Postoffice Drugstores.
Mrs. J. M. McCorkle and son Joe,
now in Alabama, after a pleasant tour
thru the Carolinas and Georgia, are
expected home early next week.
Messrs. Clarence and Olaf Zewadskl
have returned from their visit to their
Mr. W. K. Zewadskl, Jr., In
They had a most enjoyable
Pr. J. E. Chace and Mr. Jno. I Ed Edwards
wards Edwards left over the S. A. L. this aft
ernoon for a brief business visit to the
While shopping, stop and cool off at
the Court Pharmacy. We are not after
money; just want your company.
Mr, Robert Sanders of Dunnellon
was In town yesterday and today. He
sure Is an enthusiastic rooter for the
Misses Shelly and Tansy Souter of
Sparr are expected to arrive tomorrow
for a visit with Mrs. Alice Selph. 210
West Beaver street. Times-Union.
The Reagln-Lewls Stock Company
played to a rather small house at the
Temple last night. It Is a decidedly
smart little company and gave a live lively
ly lively and Interesting performance. The
members went to High Springs this
Mr. J. R. Thomas, who has been the
guest of his brother. Mr. C. E. Thomas
for the past week, returned to his
home in Clearwater today.
Mr. and Mrs. Hemm and family, who
came here a year ago from Missouri
and bought a valuable tract of farming
land two miles east of town, have de decided
cided decided to return to their old home and
have sold their farm to Messrs. Cobb
L O. Dana of St. Louis, W. II. Young
of Louisville, W. S. Duane. L. R. Gem Gem-mill
mill Gem-mill and F. L Rind and G R. Cox of
Jacksonville, B. G. Yarborough and F.
W. Brooks of New York are at the
"I was cured of diarrhoea by one
dose of Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy." writes M. E.
Gebhardt. Oriole, Ta. There Is nothing
better. For sale by all dealers.
D. C Bybee, teaming contractor liv living
ing living at 659 Keeling Court. Canton, ni nils
ls nils now well rid of a severe and annoy annoying
ing annoying case of kidney trouble. His back
pained and he was bothered with
headaches and dizzy spells. "I took
Foley Kidney Pills just as directed
and in a few days I felt much better.
My life and strength seemed to come
back, and I sleep well. I am now all
over my trouble and glad to recom recommend
mend recommend Foley Kidney Pills." Try them.
Arbitrator from AamiMa Haaa't Arriv Arrived
ed Arrived Hoard Will Hold a Smmion
Tomorrow florals a;
Up to noon today, the arbitrator se selected
lected selected by the Ocala Water Company to
serve on the board of three arbitrators
to pass on the value of the plant, has
not arrived in Ocala. This gentleman,
Mr. Nesbit Wingfield. of Augusta. Ga..
commissioner of public works of that
city, had not arrived and his where
abouts could not be learned. Telegrams
to his home stated that he left there
for Ocala on Monday. The absence of
this .gentleman held up the proceed proceedings
ings proceedings and created a delay that every
one fretted over.
There are present, of the board of
arbitrators, Mr. Arthur Pew of Atlanta,
one of the best known hydraulic engin engineers
eers engineers in the South, and president of the
Hydraulic and Civil Engineers Asso
ciation of the South, selected by the
city council of Ocala. and Mr. Nesbit
Hazelhurst. of Atlanta, a well known
water works and civil engineer; Judge
W. II Felton, recently resigned from
a 17-year-term on the superior court
bench of Bibb county, and Col. Walter
A. Harris, also of Macon, colonel of the
Second Regiment of Georgia militia;
Capt. T. H. Powell, president of the
Macon Savings Bank; Mr. MacFarland,
of Tampa. There were also In attend
ance on the preliminary meeting held
this morning. Col. R, L Anderson. C. L.
Sistrunk, city attorney, Mr. J. A.
Campbell. Mayor Robertson and mem
bers of the city council.
Fearing that Mr. Wingfield might
not arrive this afternoon, a call for a
special session of the couneie for 11
o'clock tomorrow morning was issued
in due form and served on the mem members,
bers, members, that a third man might be chosen
by the two members of the committee
present, to substitute for Mr. Wing Wing-field.
field. Wing-field. The sessions of the committee, after
an organization has been perfected.
will be open to the public and any of
our citizens will not only be welcome.
but are urjed to attend.
Mr. Cleveland of the Florida Title &
Abstract Company is acting as steno
grapher for the committee.
AXOTIIKIl DHK'K STORE
FOR THK OUTII KXD
The Star Is informed that Mr. J. D.
Small has bought a lot on the north northern
ern northern turn of Magnolia street from Mr.
Seymour, and will erect a substantial
brick building on it.
UK AI TIFI I. IMII7.KS TO I1B
CilVKX AT THK AIR DOME
One of the best prizes yet given In
Ocala will bo given Saturday night at
the Air Dome by the Court Pharmacy
a beautiful nickel-plated thermos
bottle made by the Icy-Hot Co. This
bottle can be seen at the Court Pharm
acy in the candy case. There will be
three other prizes given with the icy-
The pictures for tonight are going to
be good ones. There are no cheap pic pictures
tures pictures among those shown at the Air
Dome and the new service is a great
improvement over anything that has
ever been seen in Ocala before.
The light was adjusted last night
and the pictures looked like real peo people.
ple. people. Ask any one of the large crowd
that saw them last night. Big Bill An Anderson
derson Anderson will be shown tonight during
the first show. Some fine pr.zes have
been selected for tonight.
Ml'Cll XKW MUSIC
Mr. R F. Condon has Just received a
large quantity of the latest and best
musical pieces, which he will sell at
specially low prices. Give him a call.
SIOTOHCYCI.K HACKS XEXT WEEK
Several of the young men who own
motorcycles are preparing to enter
their machines for the races at the fair
grounds next Thursday afternoon, and
a lively event Is promised. There are
also five horsemen who will enter their
nags for trotting races when the auto
races are over.
Candy will be sold at the picture
shows on Saturday evening by the
Daughters of the Confederacy. Your
patronage solicited and appreciated.
At card from Mrs. Lew Lyons, nee
Miss Bessye Porter, Is full of the won wonders
ders wonders of the wild west. Last week she
and Mr. Lyons attended "Frontier Day"
at Cheyenne, Wyo., the most celebrated
wild west show in the world. There
were 13,000 people in the grandstand
to see the thrilling broncho busters,
Indian war dances, fancy shooting ex exhibitions,
hibitions, exhibitions, races, etc. From Cheyenne
they went to Fort Russell, the biggest
military post In the United States. The
Fort Russell reservation consists of
6,000 acres of land, which at this sea season
son season of the year Is one beautiful stretch
of green. There are 1000 soldiers now
at the fort. Mr. and Mrs. Lyons will
continue their western trip thru Col Colorado
orado Colorado and Into Yellowstone Park, be before
fore before returning in September to their
home in Iowa.
Mrs. A. C. Dittmar of Fort Pierce, a
sister of Drs. Van and Walter Hood,
who was so desperate ill, is now out
of danger and Dr. Van Hood, who was
called to her bedside a week ago, will
return over the Ocala Northern at noon
Dr. Walter Hood's friends say the
reason why he has such good luck is
that he totes a rabbit foot, cut off the
left hindleg of a graveyard rabbit
caught in the dark of the moon. At Attempts
tempts Attempts have been made to steal it
from the doctor but without success.
Mrs. W. A. Knight, who has been
spending the past three weeks very
delightfully at Daytona Beach, will
Do you like to know that your pre prescriptions
scriptions prescriptions are filled correctly, with the
best of drugs, and delivered to you
promptly? Then try the Court Pharm Pharmacy.
acy. Pharmacy. Send or phone 284.
NOTICE, MEMBERS OF
THE BOARD OF TRADE
Get your certificates framea at
Ocala News Co.
OLLIE MORDIS MARKET OPEN
The market formerly known as the
Ollie Mordls is now open. Will keep on
hand a supply of fresh meats and fish
Orders by phone will receive prompt
attention. Phone number 313. Come
to the old stand and be treated right.
Dealer in Fancy Groceries. N. Magnolia.
HORSE FOR SALE
Cheap for cash, a seven year old
horse. Address Box 113, Anthony, Fla
Defeated tae raoapaate City Baaeball
Tram by a Sore of Xlae 1m Six
The usual Thursday afternoon crowd
was out to see the game at the ball
park yesterday; that is to say, not a
very large crowd, not as big as the
Ocala players deserve as a reward and
encouragement for their hard work,
but still a crowd.
The line-up of the two teams was
Ocala: Izlar, ss; Chazal. cf; Ander Anderson,
son, Anderson, lb; Brown, c; Galloway, If; Davis,
2b; Dewey, 2b; Bullock, rf; Flecken Flecken-stein,
stein, Flecken-stein, p.
Dunnellon: Waters, ss; Curry, cf;
Brazier, lb; Metcalf, 2b; Muller, c; J.
Metcalf, If; Juhan, p; Stafford, rf; Car Carroll,
roll, Carroll, 3b.
In their half of the first inning Dun Dunnellon
nellon Dunnellon did not make a hIL Irlar was
the first man up for Ocala and hit to
short, reaching first, went down to sec second
ond second on the catcher's muff. Chazal made
a safe hit and reached first. Izlar
came in home when the first baseman
dropped the ball, and Chazal went to
second. Roy- Galloway walked and
Chazal reached third. then Davis
struck out. the catcher missed the ball
and Chazal came in home. Two runs.
In the second inning Dunnellon again
did not reach first base. Bullock
struck out for Ocala. Fleckenstein
went out on a hit to pitcher. Izlar
was safe on a hit too hot for the third
baseman to handle. Izlar stole second
and third and came in home on Cha Cha-zal's
zal's Cha-zal's hit. Chazal out first to second.
Third inning. The first man up for
Dunnellon put a long fly toward Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, who just managed to get under
it and caught it while he was falling.
The next man up was safe on a hit
over third and then stole second. The
next batter was struck out and the
runner was put out trying to steal
third. Pat Anderson started in for
Ocala with a single to leftfield and was
followed by Brown, who hit to center center-field,
field, center-field, but Pat was caught at second
and Brown again followed suit by get
ting out, stealing second. Roy Gallo Galloway
way Galloway was out on a hit to short.
Fourth inning. The first man up for
the visitors walked and reached second
on batter's hit to centerfield. Next man
up hit to second, forcing out the man
on first while the man on second went
down to third, coming in on batter's
sacrifice to pitcher. Then came a rain
of hits, two men scoring. Ocala did not
make a hit in her half. Galloway was
put in the box Fleckenstein going to
second and Davis catching in Brown's
Fifth inning. Galloway struck out
the first man up for Dunnellon. The
next batter was hit and went to second
when catcher missed the ball. Gallo Galloway
way Galloway also struck out the next batter.
Then came a hit and one man came in.
but the inning was finished when the
centerfielder caught a long fly. For
.Ocala. Flecktenstein started with a
two-bagger and reached third on Iz Iz-lar's
lar's Iz-lar's hit; Izlar stole second. Chazal
struck out and the Dunnellon fans be began
gan began cheering, but stopped when An Anderson,
derson, Anderson, P., hit to third and Flecken Fleckenstein
stein Fleckenstein and Izlar came in Brown got a
two-bagger, putting Anderson on third,
who came in on Galloway's outfield
11 y. Davis knocked a fly and was
Sixth inning. Dunnellon did not
reach first in her half. Galloway struck
out one and the other two were out on
Hies. For Ocala, Fleckenstein reached
first, but was thrown out at second.
Seventh inning. The first man up for
Dunnellon was out on a grounder to
second. The next man walked and
was advanced to second by batter's hit
to short. Then came more hits, two
men coming In. For Ocala, Izlar reach reached
ed reached first and when the firstbaseman
dropjed the ball Chazal walked, and
both runners moved up a base on the
pitcher's wild throw to second to
catch Izlar napping, who came in on
Anderson's hit to short. Chazal went
What Are You Paying?
Hams 17Jc per lb
Blue Hen Matches per package. l."c
0. Cakes Export Borax Soap. . .23c
Baker's Chocolate per lb 33c
Van Camp's Red Kidney Beans
3- Cans Van Camp's Beans 23c
Florida Tomatoes, large size.... 10c
Florida Tomatoes, small size, 3
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 ....... 50c
Best Creamery Butter per lb... 35c
In 3 lb. lots from the tub (i. e.
not prints) $1.00
3 Packages Jello and Ice Cream
Packages Lipton's Jelly Tab Tablets
lets Tablets 3 Sunbeam Cornflakes
3 Cans 5c Gold Evaporated Milk 10c
3 Packages Dutch Cleanser 23c
3 Cans Van Camp's Hominy ... .25c
15 lbs. Granulated Sugar. .$1.00
Old Country Blend Tea per lb. .50c.
5 Gallons Oil 60c
Full Cream Cheese per lb 20c
Fresh Bulk Oatmeal per lb 5c
Heinz Vinegar per gallon 35c
Salt Bacon per lb 14c
13 lbs. Whole Grain Rice for $1.00
24-lb. Sack Henry Clay Flour $1.00
12-lb. Sack Henry Clay Flour 50c
Cream of Wheat per package 15c
Wesson Cooking Oil .30c
Compound Lard 11c
Fine Irisk Potatoes, per Feck 35c
A TALK ON BANKMG-
will convince you of oar superior and safe ctCcds. II :.
will also show yon why lfcc people who are cccsliere d
conservative financiers and carefnl bcslsess cea
Pay Bills By OiecEss,
through our bank. We waul you to know lie cdvcnfc-
of this modern system of doing business, so ccssclt cs.
Ladies always welcome. : : : : :
CAPITAL rUIXT PAID IH fTMtt
H. B. STOKE Cuhlwr.
I EDWARD 8. Pra. CLARENCE CAMP, Vie. Praa.
home on Brown's sacrifice and Ander- j
going to second; Davis was out on a
fly to catcher, and Dewey was out on a
Eighth inning. Dunnellon did not
get a hit this inning. For Ocala, Bul Bullock
lock Bullock was safe on a hit to third and
went to second on Fleckenstein's sac
rifice but was put out when second second-baseman
baseman second-baseman caught Izlar's fly.
Ninth Inning Dunnellon's first man
up was out on a grounder, and Gallo
way struck out the next man. The
third man up was safe when Anderson
dropped the ball, but the game was
finished when the batter was out on a
fly to catcher.
The score was 9 to 6 in favor of
John Juhan of Crystal River pitched
for Dunnellon, and Carroll, one of the
Leesburg boys, was the third baseman.
Return Game Vt'edaeadar
The Dunnellon boys were a plucky
lot and look their defeat gamely. They
said five of their best men were not
able to be in the game and represented
by substitutes, one of whom had never
played before. They promise to mop
up the phosphate fields with the Ocala
boys when they go to Dunnellon for a
return game next Wednesday.
Game with Galneavllle Thursday
The Ocala team will go to Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville next Thursday afternoon for a
game with the .famous nine of the
University City. There should be good
delegations to accompany them both
to Dunnellon and Gainesville.
If Ocala's "no-flt-no-pay" tailor got
real excited over a pressing bill due
him would It be right to call him a hot
The Democratic Convention at Bal Baltimore,
timore, Baltimore, showing Wm. J. Bryan, Wood Wood-row
row Wood-row Wilson and other democratic lead leaders,
ers, leaders, will be the feature on the Gaumont
weekly reel, along with nine othersub-
jects. "Under False Colors" is a dandy
western picture, full of exciting situa situations
tions situations and "Ma and Dad" is a fine com comedy
edy comedy with a good story. Special feature
Saturday matinee and night, "Rip Van
Winkle" in two reels.
SOMETHING DOI TONIGHT
Tonight at the Temple Theater we
are going to give away that gold
watch; we are going to give away
other good prizes; we are going to
show you six full reels of fine pictures,
one of which is a fine feature, "By the
Moonlight"; Miss Sage is going to give
you a beautiful song; the house Is go going
ing going to be full. Everybody will be pleas pleased
ed pleased with the show and it will only cost
you five cents to see It all. All coupons
given this week good for Saturday
night, when we give another big spe special
cial special prize.
SEEDS NEW CROP
Garden, field and flower seed, just
received. For sale by Wm. Anderson,
druggist and seedsman, Ocala, Fla.
AS EVER AT WAR
There are two things everlastingly
at war, joy and piles. But Bucklen's
Arnica Salvewlll banish piles In any
form. It soon subdues the Itching, Ir Irritation,
ritation, Irritation, Inflammation or swelling. It
gives comfort. Invites Joy. Greatest
healer of burns, boils, ulcers, skin
eruptions. Only 25 cents at Tydlngs &
OPEN DAT AND MGHT
Merchants' Cafe, A. C. I depot cor corner.
ner. corner. Meals a la carte and lunches at
THE "PROGRESSIVE PARTY
Is the Individual, man or woman, who
uses Foley Kidney Pills for backache,
rheumatism, weak back and other kid kidney
ney kidney and bladder irregularities. Foley
Kidney Pills are healing, strengthen
ing, tonic, and quick to produce ben beneficial
eficial beneficial results. Contain no harmful
drugs. Never sold In bulk. Put up in
sealed bottles. The genuine in a yel yellow
low yellow package. Anti-Monopoly Drug
LOTS FOR SALE
Nice corner lots. South Ninth and
Sanchez street.. Magnolia Place, for
sale cheap. Lots of building in this
part of town. John M. Graham.
THE TRIALS OF A TRAVELER
"I am a traveling salesman." writes
E. E. Tounge, E. Berkshire, Va., "and
was often troubled with constipation
and indigestion till I began to use Dr.
King's New Life Pills, which I have
found an excellent remedy." For all
stomach, liver or Ikdney troubles they
are unequaled. Only 25 cents at Ty Ty-dings
dings Ty-dings & Company.
When in Jacksonville stop with 2rs.
E. L Maloney. at the Glrard, No. 11
East Duval street, just off Main. Best
75c room in the city.
The odor of stale perspiration about
the body can be gotten rid of by using
a little or dakbx s puuFiiiiAuiiu
FLUID in the bath tub. It purifies the
fckin thoroughly and lends a refreshing
influence to the bath. Price large bot bottle,
tle, bottle, SOc Sold by all druggists.
ROOT AND HERB TEA
The Great Dlood Pnrtfler aa Nerve
Tralr, for RhnmatUm, KIdaey aid
Bladder Troablea Prtee SOe.
Dr. Llrlagstoa's Bispepelae Powdera,
for ladigeatloa aad Stoaaaea Troa Troa-blea
blea Troa-blea Price SO Ceata
Dr. LiTlasatoa'a Goldea Catarrh Halm,
for Catarrh of the Head, Hay
Fever of Catarrhal Nat are.
Prlre 50 Ceata
GUARANTEED TO CURE OR NO PAY
Theae Remedlea Caa Alwaya he Faaad
at the Coart Paarmay Oral a, Fla,
Following are the meteorological
conditions that prevailed during the
twenty-four hours up to sunset yester yesterday:'
day:' yesterday:' Tartly cloudy; southwest -wind.
Minimum temperature, 73 degrees..
Maximum. 85 degrees.
Average, 74 degrees.
Local showers tonight or Saturday.
ROOJIS FOR RENT
FOR RENT Offices la Holder build
ing. Apply to Davis & Martin.
FOR RENT Up-stalrs rooms for
gentlemen, only one door east of post post-office.
office. post-office. 28 N. 1st street.
FOR RENT Three connecting un
furnished ground floor rooms; no chil children.
dren. children. Rooms, this office.
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms
for light housekeeping; first floor
ront, all conveniences, including gas
ttove, half block from A. C L. depot.
No. 34 Oklawaha avenue.
FOR RENT Two or three rooms.
furnished for light housekeeping in
the new Bierman flat, opposite ths
postoffice. Inquire upstairs at ths
building or at the Star office.
FOR SALE Two-cylinder Indian
motorcycle, 1911 model, in good condi condition.
tion. condition. Price, 1150. cash. See Otto
FOR SALE Cheap for cash, my 4-
year-old mare or will let for feed.
Perfectly gentle, works anywhere. J.
M. Gates, Jr., Anthony,, Fla. ,;
FOR SALE Furniture: Wardrobe,
range, dressers, beds, child's bed,
chairs, table, kitchen safe, kitchen
cabinet, chiffonier, rockers, sewing ma
chine, washstand, center table, car
pets. P. O. Box 219, Ocala, Fla,
FOR RENT 131 South Watula
street, 2-story, seven rooms, large lot,
15. II. C. Packham.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST A gold pin set with pearls In
the shape of small bunch of lilies ol
the valley and a bow knot. In the cen
ter of which was a diamond. The pin
was lost Saturday night at the Air
Dome or at the Temple Theater. Fin Finder
der Finder will receive reward" by leaving
same at this office.
LOST Somewhere between Oklawa Oklawaha
ha Oklawaha avenue and Seaboard depot, a solid
gold pin, shape of violet with pearl in
center. If returned to Mrs. Sinclair
finder will be rewarded.
COOK WANTED A cook Is wanted
at the Marion County Hospital. Apply
to the matron at the hospital building.
MEN Our Illustrated catalogue ex explains
plains explains how we teach barber trade In
few weeks, mailed free. Moler Barber
College, Atlanta. Ga.
THE DEADLY DELAY
Those who put off using Hall's Tex Texas
as Texas Wonder for their kidney, bladder
and rheumatic trouble make a deadly
delay, $1 bottle gives quick and per permanent
manent permanent relief. Write for testimonials.
Dr. E. W. Hall, 2J2I Olive street. BL
Lou'" Mor Sold by druggists.
Notice is hereby given that the reg regular
ular regular state uniform examination' for
teachers' certificates will be held In
Ocala beginning on Tuesday. Septem September
ber September 3, 1912. The white applicants will
meet at the Ocala High School and the
colored at Howard Academy at a. m
and all come prepared with paper, pens
and ink for the work. The usual fee
of $1 will be collected at the beginning
of tlie work. Very respectfully.
J. IL Brlnson, Supt.,
FULLER & AYER
Office over Monroe & Cham bliss B'k.
J. E. CHACE
Rooms 9, 10 and 11. Second Floor,
OCALA ... FLORIDA
L, F. BLALOCK
Office Orer Commercial Bank
OCALA .... FLORIDA
Office Honrs. 8tol2a.rn.ltoB
n. m. Plione 211.
C J. PHILLIPS
Contractor and Builder
Plans ana Mperlflcatlons FurnJslied
129 SonUi Third Street
OCA1A EVEXIXG STAR, Fill DA V, AUGCST 23. 1912
V. B. KELLER & CO.
(Formerly Smith & Roberts)
Funeral Directors and
Lady Assistant when required
Calls Answered Promptly Night
or Day, to AH Parts of City
Parlors Located Between Ideal
Theater and Express Ollice
DAY PHONE, 345
NIGHT PHONE, 44$
V. B. KELLER & CO.
I When I I
I Always &
With Billy I
The best place in the city
MUSIC EVERY EVENING f
from 6:00 to 7:30
We can supply you with pure Ice ror
all purposes, whetTier your require requirements
ments requirements are for home use or for a car carload.
load. carload. Place your orders with us.
OCALA ICE AND PACKING CO.
"Queen oi Sea Routes"
MEHCIIWTS A 5IIVF.lt? TIIAXSPOU TIIAXSPOU-TATIOV
TATIOV TIIAXSPOU-TATIOV COMPAW
Prom Jacknonvllle to
Savannah, Ilaltlmore, Philadelphia,
IloMton and Providence
Fine steamers; best service; low
fares; wireless telegraph. Through
tickets to and from principal points.
Send for booklet.
II. C. AVERY, Agent.
I D. JONES. C. A.,
Seminole Hotel, Jacksonville, Fla.
(Fluent CnnMwUe Trip In the World"
A Torpid Liver Is a fine field
for the Malarial Germ ana it
thrives wonderfully. The cer certain
tain certain result In such cases Is a
pell of Chills.
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She paid no attention to tne last
part of the sentence, and replied:
"The woman said you were."
He did not answer for a minute, the
truth being that he did not know what
it was best to say, and wanted to
wait and let her make statements that
he could either contradict or seek to
"What made you think I wanted to
marry Domlnick Ryan?" she said slow slowly,
ly, slowly, her eyes on the fire.
This was a question that went to
the core of the subject. He knew now
he could not put her off, or slip from
the responsibilities of the occasion.
Drawing himself to the edge of his
chair, he leaned forward and spoke
with a sincerity and feeling that made
his words very impressive.
"One evening when I was at Ante Antelope,
lope, Antelope, I came into the sitting-room and
saw my daughter in the arms of Doml Domlnick
nick Domlnick Ryan. I knew that my girl wasn't
the woman to let a man do that unless
she loved him. That was how I came
"Oh," said Rose in a faint tone.
"Afterward I heard from Domlnick
of what his marriage was. I heard
from his mother, too. Then I saw his
wifo and I got a better Idea from her
what it was than I did from either of
the others. That fellow, the man my
daughter cared for, was tied up In a
marriage that was hell. He was bound
to a woman who could only be man managed
aged managed with a club, and Domlnick was
not the kind that uses a club to a
woman. What liking he'd had for
her was gone. She stuck to him like
a barnacle because she wanted to get
money, was ready to hang on, feet and
hands, till Delia Ryan was dead and
then put up a claim for a share of the the-estate.
estate. the-estate. Do you think a man's doing
such a horrible thing to break up a
marriage like that?"
"Yes," said Rose, "I do. It was a
marriage. They'd taken each other
for better or for worse. They'd made
the most solemn promises to each oth other.
er. other. Neither you nor any one else had
a right to interfere."
She spoke with a hard determina determination,
tion, determination, with something of an inflexible,
unrelenting posltivenpss, that was
very unusual in her, which surprised
and, for the moment, silenced her fa father.
ther. father. It rose from a source of convic conviction
tion conviction deeper than the surface emotions
of likes and dislikes, of loves and
hates, of personal satisfactions and
disappointments. At the core of her
being, with roots extending through
all the ramifications of her mental
and moral nature, was a belief in the
inviolability of the marriage tie. It
was a conviction founded on neither
tradition, nor reason, nor expediency,
a thing of Impulse, of sex, an heredi hereditary
tary hereditary Instinct inherited from genera generations
tions generations of virtuous women, who, in the
days of their defenselessness, as in
the days of their supremacy, knew
that tho most sacred possessions of
their lives their husbands, their chil children,
dren, children, their homes rested on Its sta stability.
bility. stability. All the small, individual preoc preoccupations
cupations preoccupations of her love for Domlnick,
her pity for his sufferings, were swept
aside by this greater feeling that she
did not understand or reason about.
She obeyed an instinct, elemental as
the instinct of motherhood, when she
refused to admit his right to break
the bond he had contracted.
Her father stared at her for the mo moment,
ment, moment, chilled by a sense of unfamill unfamill-arity
arity unfamill-arity In her sudden assumption of an
attitude of challenge and authority.
He had often heard her inveigh against
the divorces so lightly obtained In the
world about them. He had thought it
one of those pretty ornamental preju prejudices
dices prejudices of hers, that so gracefully
adorned her youth and that he liked
her to have when they did not inter interfere
fere interfere with anything of importance.
Now, set up like a barrier in tho path,
he stopped before this one particular
prejudice, perplexed at Its sudden in intrusion,
trusion, intrusion, unwilling to believe that It
was not a frail, temporary obstruction
to be put gently aside.
"Now listen, honey," said he per persuasively,
suasively, persuasively, "that's all very well. I've
got no right to interfere, and neither,
we'll admit, has anybody. But some sometimes
times sometimes you have to push away these
little rights and polite customs.
They're very nice for every-day use,
but they're not for big occasions. I
suppose the Good Samaritan didn't
really have any right to stop and bind
up the wounds of the man he found by
the wayside. But I guess the feller he
bound up was almighty glad that the
Samaritan didn't have such a respect
for etiquette and wait till he'd found
somebody to Introduce them."
"Oh, papa, that was different. Don't
confuse me and make me seem a
fool. I can't talk like you. I can't
express it all clearly and shortly. I
only know it's wrong; it's a sin. I
wouldn't marry Domlnick Ryan if he
was divorced that way if It killed me
to give him up."
"So If the woman voluntarily took
the money and went away and got
Domlnick to grant her the divorce,
Domlnick being, as we know, a man
of good record and spotless honor,
you'd refuse to marry him?"
"I would, certainly I would. It would
be perfectly impossible for me to mar marry
ry marry him under those circumstances. I
should consider I was committing a
sin, a particularly horrible and unfor unforgivable
givable unforgivable sin."
"See here now, Rosey, Just listen to tome,
me, tome, for a minute. Do you know what
Domlnick Ryan's marriage is? I don't
suppose you do. But you do know that
he married his mistress, a woman who
lived with him eight months before he
mada her his wife. She wasn't an in innocent
nocent innocent young girl by any means. She
knew all right where she was going.
She established that relation with him
with the intention of marrying him.
She's a darned smart woman, and a
darned unscrupulous one. That's not
the kind of woman a man feels any
particular respect for, or that a girl
like you'd give a lot of sympathy to.
"I don't see that that would make
any difference," she said. "I'm not
thinking of her character, I'm thinking
of her rights."
"And don't her character and her
rights sort of dovetail into each
"No, I don't see that they do. The
law's above the character or the per person.
son. person. It's the law, without any ques question
tion question of the man or the woman."
"Oh, Rosey, dear, you're talking like
a book, not like a girl who's got to live
in a world with ordinary people in
modern times. This woman, that you're
arguing about as if she was the moth mother
er mother of the Gracchi, hasn't got any more
morality or principle than you could
put on the point of a pin."
"She'B been quite good and proper
since her marriage."
"Well, now, let's leave her and look
at Dominick's side. He marries her
honorably and lives with her for near nearly
ly nearly three years. Every semblance of
affection that he had for her gets
rubbed off In those three years, every
illusion goes. He's tied to a woman
that he can't stand. He went up to
Antelope that time because they'd had
some sort of a scrap and he felt he
couldn't breathe In the same house
with her. He told me himself that
they'd not lived as man and wife for
nearly a year. Now, I don't know
what you're going to say, but I think
to keep on living in that state Is all
wrong. I'll borrow your expression, I
think it's a sin."
She answered doggedly:
"It's awful, but she's his wife. Oh,
if you'd seen her face when she talked
to me, her thin, mean, common face,
all painted and powdered and so mis miserable!"
erable!" miserable!" He thought she was wavering, that
be saw in this unreasonable, Illogical
dodging of the point at issue a sign of
defeat, and he pushed his advantage.
"And you a girl of heart and feel feeling
ing feeling like you would condemn that man
and woman to go on living that lie.
that useless, purposeless lie? I can't
understand it. What good comes of
It? What's the necessity for It? Do
you realize what a man Domlnick i
might be If he was married to the
right woman, and had a decent home
where he could live like a Christian?
Why, he'd be a different creature.
He'd have a future. He'd make his
place In the community. All the
world would be before him, and he'd
mount up to where he belongs. And
what is he now? Nothing. All the
best In him's paralyzed by this hell of
a box he's got himself into. The man's
just withering up with despair." j
It was almost too much. For a mo moment
ment moment she did not answer, then said in
a small voice like a child's:
"You're making this very hard for
me, papa." i
"My God, Rosey;" he cried, exas exasperated,
perated, exasperated, "you're making it hard for
yourself. It's you with your cast-iron
prejudices, and your obstinacy, who
are making it hard."
"Well, I've got them," she said, ris rising
ing rising to her feet. "I've got them, and
they'll stay with me till I die. Noth Nothing's
ing's Nothing's going to change me in this. I
can't argue and reason about them.
They're part of me."
She approached the mantelpiece,
and, leaning a hand on it, looked down
at the fire. The light gilded the front
of her dress and played on her face,
down-drooped and full of stern de decision.
cision. decision. "It's quite true," she said slowly,
"that I love Dominick. I love him with
tke best I've got. It's true that I
would like to be his wife. It would be
a wonderful happiness. But I can't
have it, and so there's no good think thinking
ing thinking about It, or trying to bring it
about. It can't be, and we you too,
papa must give It up."
He pressed himself back in his chair,
looking at her with lowering, somber
disapprobation a look he had seldom
had cause to level at his daughter.
"So you're going to condemn this
poor devil, who loves you and whom
you say you love, to a future that's go going
ing going to kill any hope in him? You're
going to say to him: 'You can be free,
and make something of your life, and
have the woman you want for your
wife, but I forbid all that, and I'm go going
ing going to send you back to prison.' I
can't seem to believe that it's my
Rosey who's saying that, and who's so
hard and inhuman."
Rose turned from the fire. He
noted an expression almost of auster austerity
ity austerity on her face that was as new to
him as the revelation of obstinacy and
indifference to his will she had shown
"Papa, you don't understand what I
feel. It's not what you want, or what
I want, or what Dominick wants. It's
not what's going to please us and
make us comfortable and happy. It's
something that's much more impor important
tant important than that. I can't make Domi Dominick
nick Dominick happy and let him make his life
a success at the expense of that wom woman.
an. woman. I can't take him out of prison, as
you call It, because he's got a re responsibility
sponsibility responsibility in the prison, that he vol voluntarily
untarily voluntarily took on himself, and that
he's got to stand by. A man can't
stay by his marriage only as long as
it's pleasant. He can't throw down
the woman he's made his wife jnst
because he finds he doesn't like her.
If she's been disagreeable that's a
misfortune, but it doesn't liberate him
from the promises, he's made."
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i CONCLUSIVELY THE ACID TO
SUCAR CONTENT IS A CRITE CRITERION
RION CRITERION BY WHICH THE OR OR-ANGE
ANGE OR-ANGE MAY BE JUDGED.
GREEN FRUIT HURTS FLORIDA
Florida Growers Must Take Steps to
Prevent Immature Fruit Being
Shipped to Market.
Recer tly a letter from Genth &
Adamion, chemists, of Philade!pha,
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a sugar to acid test. A copy of their
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WILEY & COSlPANY
Analytical and Consulting Chemists.
July 25, 1912.
Florida Citrus Exchange,
We have yours of recent date, and
have noticed that in the Tampa
Morn'ng Tribune of Friday, July 19,
1912. there appeared an article writ written
ten written to Mr. J. C. Chase of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, Florida, by Messrs. Gcnth. &
Adamscn, chemists, in Philadelphia,
In their letter to Mr. Chase they
criticise the work carried on the past
winter by the Florida Citrus Ex Exchange,
change, Exchange, and incidentally, it seems
to be a slap at the chemists who con conducted
ducted conducted the experiments. This being
the case, we wish to write an open
letter in reply to their charges.
They first claim it is impossible;
second, that it is not advisable; third,
they state that this step has been ta taken
ken taken from a standpoint of personal ad advancement,
vancement, advancement, both as regards the large
grower and also the chemist. We
would like to ask why such a law or
ruling would be impossible?
From the experiments carried on,
we have been able to gather data to
enable us to suggest some limits be
tween the ratio of Acid to Sugar con content
tent content which will be broad and fair to
all who wish to conduct their busi business
ness business as conscientious, fair-minded
men should. To anyone who has
done an extensive amount of
work on the various fruits, this is
not, or does not seem impossible, for
the Acid and Sugar content play a
very important part in the develop development
ment development of the fruit Not only does it
effect the taste, but it is also a crite criterion
rion criterion by which the orange may be
judged. We have found, in immature
fruit, that the ratio falls below seven,
but that practically all the well
known varieties of Florida oranges
have a ratio between eight and ten
when they are matured sufficiently to
market. This is not a scheme that
has been hatched over night, but this
question has agitated the industry for
years, and it is only after long and
careful thought that this plan was
suggested as a possible solution of
the immature fruit problem. We,
who buy this fruit in the Northerm
markets for home consumption, know
from experience that we often get
stuck during the early season with
fruit that has been artificially ripen ripened.
ed. ripened. Would it not then be advisable
from a standpoint of fairness to all
concerned to pass such a ruling?
This will not favor the large man,
but it will eliminate the undesirable
factor in the Florida Orange Industry
who has been and Is now shipping
In no case did we receive an orange-
that had a ratio below seven that we
considered ready.for consumption. It is
true that the same ratio does not ap
ply to all varieties and to all locali
ties, but the ratio of Acid to Sugar
shall be such that it will be fair to
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and different localities, picked from
the trees in different stages of ma
turity, and have carefully tested
same with a view of arriving at 6ome
fair conclusions in the matter.
We believe that if the Philadelphia
gentlemen had the same opportunity
to study the subject as we, that they
would find the Acid to Sugar ratio a
means by which the Citrus Industry
may be purified. The Northern mar markets
kets markets are using more California or oranges
anges oranges than ever before, and we be-
j lieve that in order to hold their own.
to prevent immature fruit being ship shipped
ped shipped to market, and to our minds, the
only way out of the situation for the
Florida grower is to adopt an Acid to
Yours very truly,
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