OCALA. FLORIDA, FKIDAY, JULY 8, 1914
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NZA MUST SUPPLY VILLA'S III
DIVISION AMONG CONSTITUTIONALIST CHIEFS THREATENS
THEIR CAUSE WITH DISASTER
Saltillo, July 3 -General Villa has
demanded from Carranza the supply
of ammunition now held at Monterey
and 2,500,000 rounds landed ,at
Tampico from the steamer Sunshine.
The nature of the -demand adds
greatly to the confusion already
threatening the constitutionalists
It is feared Villa may bring his
army into the northwest, take such
supplies as he needs and capture the
port of Tampico for himself.
Carranza will ask Villa to send, his
representatives to San Pedro for a a-conference.
conference. a-conference. i :
G RAILROAD IRK
II FULL BLAST
CHICAGO & ALTON RECALLING
i EMPLOYES TO SHOPS
Bloomington, Ills., Jfely 3. -The
Chicago & Alton Railroad is recall recalling
ing recalling all of its employees to the shops
I and "will operate on full time. x The
me,n. were laid off JMarch 1st.
EIICE SO FAR GOES
New York, July 3 The murder of
Mrs. Louise Bailey in the pffice of
Dr. Edwin Carman at Freeport, L.
I., -was re-enacted today. Dr. Car Carman
man Carman took the same position he de describes
scribes describes when the actual murder took
place. The chief of police assume,!
the role of the murdered woman and
District Attorney Smith went out outside
side outside to the window, enacting the
part -of the murderer. At the con
elusion the officers declared the
murderer was a woman Who intend intended
ed intended to kill Mrs. Bailey and not Dr.
Carman. The doctor was not In the
line of fire, nor in sight from point
where shot was fired. The author authorities
ities authorities are working vigorously to se secure
cure secure evidence.
I 'lA-v' HALjlui
4- ? n. -. . r '"
TO SHOW MURDER OF
WAS WORK DF A
& u UU
J Irilil uiy)
SUCCESSOR TO HUERTA IVILL BE ELECTED
FOR A STA
LOUISIANA HAS A LAW MAKING
? PRIZEFIGHTS LEGAL
Baton iRouge, iLa., July 3. rGov-'
ernor Hall' today signed the -bill le legalizing
galizing legalizing twenty-round boxing bouts
in the state of Louisiana.
FOUND GOLD III FLORIDA
Pare Metal in Small Quantities Dis-
covered Near : Pensacola
AUTO ACCIDENT IN ALABAMA
Steering Gear Failed and Car Piling Piling-ed'Dowia
ed'Dowia Piling-ed'Dowia Bank
Birmingham, .July 3. William
Netzell, master mechanic of the Ten Tennessee
nessee Tennessee Coal & Iron Company, was
killed, O. M. Biddle, a civil engineer
and A. E. Meehl, a liquor dealer,
were nadly injured late last night
when their automobile plunged over
a seventy foot embankment near
(Lake Purdy. The steering gear $f
the car went wrong. ,
Pensacola, July 3? There 'is gold
In Escambia county and within
three mile! of the Pensacola- city
Dr. Mallory Kennedy made the
discovery yesterday when," from the
-water pumped from the well at his
home on Mallory Heights, just east
of Magnolia Bluff on the bay front,
he secured several particles of yel
low metal which analyzed pure gold
-Mrs. kennedy first Noticed the
yellow substance in the wTash basin
at. the house and collected several
particles of it. Dr. Kennedy brought
it to the city and. submitted it for
analysis to Jeweler Pyle, who pro pronounced
nounced pronounced it the pure metal that has
been the particular' quest of man mankind
kind mankind ever- since' jewels and money
became treasures to -"be sought:
ROOSEVELT THINKS WILSON
STEPSON HAD TO SHOOT
Interfered With His Stepfather's
Pleasant Occupation ;
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Cumberland Gap, Tenn., July 3.
Claiming it was a case of kill or be
' illed, Crockett Coffey shot and
illed his stepfather, John Linger.
L. lger was beating his wife and
stepdaughter when the stepson interfered.
Patriotic boys are hereby warned
that there is an ordinance against
Of the People if Indemnity to Colo Colombia
mbia Colombia is Paid for Isthmus
Oyster Bay, July 3. If President
Wilson's administration puts thru
the treaty with Colombia, providing
for the payment of $30,000,000,
Theodore Roosevelt declared in a
statement last night, it will forfeit
the right tT the respect of the people
of the United States.
PLENTY OF NERVE
NATIONAL BANKS MUST
MAKE A SHOWING
Washington, July ,3. The comp comptroller,
troller, comptroller, of the currency today issued a
cal 1 f o r, t h e con d i t io n o f al 1 n a t ion al
banks at the close of business June
Advertise in the Star of results.
Sent Out Reports of his Mine -Writ-ten
on Senate Stationery
Washington, July 3. Investiga Investigation
tion Investigation of the use of Senate stationery
in promotion of a gold mine at Gold
Hill, X. 'C, was begun yesterday by
a Senate priviledges and elections
subcommittee with Senators Over Overman
man Overman of North Carolina and Chilton,
of West Virginia as the principal
Senator Overman toll the commit committee
tee committee that he had bought $2, OOOworth.
of stock in the' mine when. a treasury
expert who examined the property
told him-it .was. worth. $60, 000;000.
He said that Walter George Xewrman,
who promoted the mine, frequently
had visited him at his office. He of
ten allowed his constituents to write
letters at his office, Senator Overman
said) and declared that the letters in
question, which' contained a favor favorable
able favorable report on the mine of J. C. Wil Williams,
liams, Williams, a mining engineer, were", writ written
ten written 'on the paper of the Senate rules
committee without his knowledge by
Miss Helen B. Moore, a stenographer
in his office; at the instance of Mr.
Newman. Senator Overman said his
son-in-law.. J. C. Gregory. wa3 em
ployed, by Newman as attorney for
the mining company.
Senator Chilton said he knew
nothing of the use of the census
committee stationery for writting re reports
ports reports regarding the mine. He said
when he found that letters on the
committee paper relating to the mine
were circulated in New York he ask
ed Newman if he had used the sta
tionery. Newman admitted that he
'i "I told. 'him that some muckraker
would find out about it and insist on
an investigation," added Senator
Senator Chilton said he bought
5,000 shares of stock in the mine at
fifty cents a share.
Miss Moore, Senator Overman's
stenographer, told of writing the
letters for Newman, and Charles
West,, a negro messenger, .said 'he
had given Newman some of the sta stationery
tionery stationery of the rule3 coinmittee.
PATH III IRELAND
SUFFS BURN HISTORICAL 3IAN-
SION NEAR BIG CITY
Belfast, July 3. Militant suffra suffra-gettes
gettes suffra-gettes todav burned the famous Tal-
PRECARIOUS FOB THE
EMPTY fOilALITY III IM0!1
HOW III PROGRESS
lymenqch mansion near
Fulton County Farmer ICilled Wife,
lier-in-Law and Self ... ..
. West. Atlanta, July 3. -The bodies
o S. Bennett, his wife and
mother-in-law were, found lying be beneath
neath beneath the bluff cn the Kicklighter
property a mile west of East Point
this morning. The skulls of the two
women had been crushed with a club
and a great hole was blown through
Bennett's chest with v a shotgun.
The bodies of the two women lay
side .hy side, covered V with leaves,
under a hush. 'A shotgun with a
string tied to- the trigger told the
story of how Bennett, beat his wife
and her mother to' death, and then
The couple had ibeen separated.
Indications show that 'Bennett made
his plans several days ahead. Ben
nett was a farmer, living in the vi
Mexico City, July 3. 'Minister of
the Interior Algoger announced to to-day
day to-day that a, successor to President
Huerta would oe elected Sunday.
All the arrangements for the elec election
tion election .in the territory controlled -by
the federal government have been
completed. Pedro Lascaain and
Velasco, who defended Torreon
against Villa, will be the only can candidates.
didates. candidates. Huerta won't run.
DESGRfPriON OF OEFEUDERS
TWO LIVES LOST IN
AN INCENDIARY FIRE
. New .York, July 3. Mrs. Hannah
Nikokiri and daugnter, Miss Sarah
Nikokiri, were burned to death in an
incendiary fire which destroyed the
apartment house at the corner of
112th street and Fifth avenue this
morning. ThTee other women were
Nancy Halls at $1 per thousand
can be nought from Fred M. Pres Preston,
ton, Preston, Pinecastle, Fla.
HOUSES FOR RENT
Apply to S. H. CHRISTIAN, cop cop-ner
ner cop-ner of Osceola and Washington
That will Contend with Shamrock
IV. fcr the America's Cup
; 'New York, July 3.- Here are the
principal facts concerning the three
yachts ,that are competing in the
elimination races fori the honor of
being selected as the -boat that is to
meet Sir Thomas Tipton's challeng
er, Shamrock 'IV. in the internation
al races in Septetpber: ...
Owners Flag Officers' Syndicate,
so called 1 because Henry Watters,
Cornelius' 'Vanderbilt, J. P. 'Morgan,
G. F. ;Baker, Jr., Fred G. (Bourne
and ATthur Curtiss James, who sup supplied
plied supplied the money to build her,- are, or
were flag officers of the New York
Designer' Nat. G. (Herreshoff;
Amateur Sailing Master, Chas. Fran
cis Adams, 2d, bf Boston; Profes Professional
sional Professional Sailing tMaster, Captain Chris
Owner Alexander Smith Coch Coch-rans,
rans, Coch-rans, multi-millionaire,, of Yonkers,
N. Y., and owner of the Smith Car
pet works, of Yonkers.
Designer William Gardner of
Built at'Lewley's yards, Nepon-
Sailing master Captain Harry
Huff.; -. ,.-
Owners Tri-CIty Syndicate, so
named because her building was fi financed
nanced financed by fifteen men representing
New York Boston, and Philadel
GLORIES III HIS GUILT
Assassin of Archduke Ferdinand
Thinks he has Performed a
Sarajevo, July. 3 Martial law has
bendeclare at Tuzla and Maglaj 'be 'because
cause 'because ot serious rioting. Much Ser Servian
vian Servian property has been destroyed.
The parliamentary examination by
a magistrate vesterdav into th x as
sassination of the archduke and his-,
wife showed that it had been ibfe
intention of PTinziff to accomplish
his purpose at the time of the man--uevers
at Tarsini. hut the ttprnnt-
was abandoned owing to a strict mil-
tarxrSuard which prevented outsid outsiders
ers outsiders "from approaching the archduke..
During the "parliamentary exami examination
nation examination Prinzip gloried In his guilt.
m go noi Tegrec xne ieea,' ; ne
said., '""I had nothtne tn tio wltff thA
bomb attack. When I heard ho ex explosion,
plosion, explosion, I exclaimed, 'There are peo people
ple people -who feel and think as I do This
strengthened any resolve still fur further."
ther." further." .;:" "- .-V. .
. No evidence ; has -been found
against any of the others arrested,
with the exception of Gabrinovics.
HENNESSY COULDNT BE HELD
Case was an Outgrowth of the Pros-
- ecution of the nL S. F. & II.
-Palatka Times-Herald: The crim
inal libel charge preferred against
J. J. Hennessy fby Chas. 51. Seig, of
the New South Farm & Home Com Company,
pany, Company, and which resulted In thede-
fendant being bound over to Judge
Marshall's court last week, took a
new turn and In favor of the Hen Hennessy
nessy Hennessy side Monday, when Judge Jl
T. Wills upheld the habeas corpus
motion made toy the defendant's
counsel, J. Vt .Walton. ;
Attorney G.' W. Bassett represent representing
ing representing the Sig interests, and Attorney
J. V. Walton, a legal representative
of Mr. Hennessy, went to Gainesville
Monday to argue the habeas corpus
motion before Judge Wills. After
hearing the arguments advanced
E. W. Clark and G. AI. Pynchon !'J ude Wills rendered a decision in
represent the syndicate in the man
agement of the yacht.
Designer George Owens.
Built at Bath, Me.
Atnateur sailing mister W. B.
Advertise in the STAR for results.
favor of the Hennessy side, which
called for the release of Mr. Hen Hennessy.
nessy. Hennessy. ' ; r. '' ;
OPEN DAY ATP TIGtlT
Merchant'. Cafe. A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.
are 'Given tie
They will all own a piece of real estate so they can
vote the full ticket. In order that everybody, both
men and women, may be in a position to vote, I am
going to put on within the next few days the most at attractive
tractive attractive real estate proposition, that has-ever been of offered
fered offered in Marion County. For particul ars
North Magnolia St.
"TTll-n t? s S-m3rrt V
ixiu uCAiA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1914. a
Tempt the appetite,
please the taste and
nourish the bo d y.
Crisp, clean and fresh
5 cents in the moisture moisture-proof
proof moisture-proof package.
Round, thin, tender
with a delightful flavor
a ppropriate for
lunchebn, tea and
dinner, io cents.
SENATORS WILL STAY
Perhaps will Amend Trut Bills, bat
Round to Stick Till They
Prince of appetizers.
Makes daily trips from
Ginger-Snap Land to
waiting mouths every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Say Zu Zu to
the grocer man,- 5 cents.
Buy biscuit baked by
Always look for that name
tresn Daily, w
iMade by Machinery and
Baked by Steam
I I .VV r . nnY p ... II I II II
Carl Wenzcl & Son
All Kinds of
PLASTERING & CEMENT WORK
Let us give you estimates when
in need of work in oar line.
Wyominia and Washington Sts.
If you want to. bay or sell
New and Second Hand
Farm Tools, Harness Etc.
Easy Payments if Desired.
Washington, July 2. Senate dem
ocrats in conference late yesterday
adopted a' resolution declaring their
purpose to stay, in session until the
trust legislation passed ,hy the House
has been acted upon in the Senate.
The resolution does not bind sena
tors to vote for the bill without
The resolution is designed to serve
definite and final: notice to business
and the country that the anti-trust
legislation i3 to be passed before
Congress quits Washington. It, was
proposed by Senator Stone, after a
talk with President Wilson and other
democratic leaders. Senator Stone
said it was an answer to the propa-
ganda for immediate adjournment
of Congress. :
Resolution not Rinding
If party leaders -decide in the fu future
ture future that it will be necessary to
make party measures of the three
fclouse bills or the substitutions of offered
fered offered for them, another conference
will be held for the purpose of bind
ing the democrats to. definite legisla
tion. Some senators t thought the
resolution might bind senators to
vote for the bills, but Senator Kern,
chairman of the conference, declared
such was n ot ; its purpose : and a
clause' stating this in specific terms
was .'adopted. : ;"; Vv ''
; The resolution says: 'r : ;
"Resolved,1 That the conference of
democratic senators, after : due ,con
s deration, hereby declares that at
the present session of Congress the
following bills, now pending in the
Senate, will be finally disposed of."
It names the trade commission, the
railroad securities and the Clayton
anti-trust bills as the measures to be
included The explanatory clause
attached to the resolution reads:
"The resolution herein before
adopted is intended merely as an ex expression
pression expression of the purpose of the ma majority
jority majority party in reference to adjourn adjournment."
ment." adjournment." V 1 t V. !"f ;;
Senators who hope to get -away
from Washington within six weeks
or two months found comfort in the
; annoimcement from tho conference
that Senator Kern, majority leader,
wiU ask the Senate to" hold "night
sessions next week. 7 :
At the same time Senator Lewis,
the democratic V whip,' was instruct
ed to keep a quorum present at all
times.' These factsindicate deter m
ination I by, the majority, to press the
iraue commission uiu lu it vute -ts
soon as possible and to put the ap
propriation bills thru -when opportu
nity ffers. The trade commission
bill is before the Senate land a vote
may be asked any day.
The railroad securities bill and
the Clayton (bill still are in commit
tee, but it is possible tha one may
be v reported as soon as it becomes
apparent the -commission bill is near
passage. .' i
3Ia Adjourn Iate in -.August
Some leaders hope adjournment
can be taken with the. program com
plete by August 20 or the. first of
The conference was harmonious
Several ; senators expressed dissatis
faction with the provision in some of
the 'bills, but it was made clear no
one was bound to. vote for any par
ticular bill. The only indication that
there was a marked division of sen
timent came when the clause, was
proposed explaining that the resolu
tion refers to adjournment. It was
adopted 17, to 16, its friends declaT
ing it; was offered to make 'plain the
intention to act on trust legislation
and without; binding anyone to a
particular form There ,lVas a gene general
ral general discussion as to whether, the res
olution should include language de
claring the bill to be a party meas
ure, but it was decided to leave this
for further conferences.
Originally it was intended that
the resolution declare that Congress
stay until the "passage of the bills,
but this was changed to read "dis
posal." The s argument for this
change was that "passage" might; ibe
taken to mean the three House bills
must be the ones to receive Senate
approval vand "disposal" would leave
senators to do as they pleased.
grandaughter, spent Monday in Ocala.
Mrs. F. M. Chaffee is expected
home from Jacksonville this week,
where hhe has been visiting friends.
Mr. Joe Maisia has returned toi
Burbank from New York. Joe ex expects
pects expects to stay about a month. He
says there is no place like-Burbank.
He hopes to again make this his
homo in the fall.
Messrs. C. Ross, S. Messlck and J.
Dickinson left Monday for the
wheat fields in Kansas. They expect
to return if they have "good luck,"
n a few months.
The iBurbank ball team reorganiz
ed Saturday afternoon. The follow following
ing following were elected. Herbert Turner,
manager; Clarence Turner, captain;
Will Dickinson, treasurer; Bemis
Langworthy, mascot. Thi3 team is
a fine one and well worth bragging
about. They are now ready to play
.Rev. Bathea was here Saturday
and Sunday also part of Monday to
preach. On account of the warm
weather the crowd was email.
vention. Some goodbyes and then I
went to the "Reed House" in Chatta Chattanooga,
nooga, Chattanooga, as I could not take an early,
train south from Signal Mountain,
Saturday. Grace A. Townsend
June 29, 1914.
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PROGRAM FOR SUMMERFIELD'S
FOURTH OF JULY
Two days were spent at Signal
Mountain Inn. Arriving at night I
could not see the fine scenery goiijg
up. 2,000 feet to the tcp of Signal
Mountain, so named because here
the first campfires of the invading
army gave notice to the citizens-of
Chatannooga that General Rosecrans
was near. War times of that sort
are over, and now it is' a most beau
tiful place up t.iere. ,.
Besides that great hotel and its
other buildings there are many cot cottages.
tages. cottages. : I roomed in "Cabin N." a
picturesque little house painted
green,, with everything as rustic as
is possible to be in keeping with
comforts ,of city' life these days. It
was a winding path of ups and
down's from Cabin N to the Inn.
Here I spent most of the time.
Splendid meals were served, and the
"head waiter"" personally saw that
an unusually high chair was placed
for the little Secretary from Florida.
Such courtesies shown, not for tips,
but I think, kindness of a C. E.
heart. We were a happy crowd, in the
great dining room. Tennesse cities
have their "yells ; these enlivened
the meals I aijd sometimes a gospel
song was taken up all over the room.
Tennessee has about twice as man y
societies as 'Florida, but only seventy
delegates reported,; I wonder how
many we would have if paid, besides
traveling expenses, $2 a day and
board (half price for the convention
people) and $1 registration fee, and
there was a collection besides.
Auditorium meeting were in the
great Casino, with a waxed floor so
slippery T had to walk carefully. But
Carl Lehman's splendid conferences
and business sessions were held on
a wide porch of the Casino. It is
built over a romanitic ravine, and
the view from this piazza was some
thing finer than we usually see at
"meeting time" in Florida.
This twenty-third annual conven
tion of Tennessee was a delight to
the Florida visitor.. It was the first
state convention, but her." own she
ever attended, and by note book and
close observation the hours were
buisily used gathering information
to take home. :
There were five services a day.
and' the sunset one I attended was
near '"Burned Cabin," Magnesia
Water Springs. It is a wild looking
place of rocks and trees, many of
them, but, it was a wonderfully
strong meeting, spiritually, we held
in the primeval forest.
In the afternoon of June 12th the
representatives of the Southern
States held their meeting not at
the Casino, where the junior rally
was under way, but in a private din
ing room of the Inn. One side of
the room was of glass, and the sun
shone in nearly as warmly as our
enthusiasm was manifested. The
presidents of Georgia, Kentucky and
Louisiana; vice-president of North
Carolina, and; Florida's 'v delegate
were there. Mr. Lehman presided
and there was "something doing,"
of which you will hear more later.
This -Southern conference was en
tertained one day at the Inn by kind kindness
ness kindness of President Gore' (re-elected)
pf Tennessee and his workers.. We
had two meals together at a long
table all our own, and after the last
supper came attendance at the clos
ing consecration service of the con-
Following is the interesting 'pro-;
gram to be carried out at Summer Summer-field
field Summer-field Saturday.
9 a. m Sack race. Prize, a pock pock-etknife.
etknife. pock-etknife. :
jr9:30 a. m. Three-legged race.
Prizes, two belts. ;
9:30 a. m.- Boys' race. For boys
under twelve. 'Prizes, baseball and
bat.. .' v
9:45 a. m.Boys race, twelve to
sixteen years. Prize, a necktie.
V 10 a. m. Race by girls up to six sixteen.
teen. sixteen. Prize,' a parasol:
10:15 a. m. Men's race, open to
all over sixteen. Prize, pipe and to tobacco.
bacco. tobacco. : V;
, : All Taces -to be seventy-five yards.
10:30 a. m. Egg and ladle race.
Price, a silk jpockethandkerch'ief. :
11 a. m. Broad jump, open to all
amateurs. Prize, a fine pocketknife.
High jump, open to all amateurs'
Prize, a ? 1.50. shirt.;
.Contests followed by speaking.
1 p m. Grand barbecue dinner.
, 2:30 p. m. Climbing the greased
pole. Prizes, $2, and a' 50-cent knife.
3:30 p. m.- Ball game between
Summerfield Tigers and the Belle Belle-view
view Belle-view team. Prizes; Spalding bat .and
ball. V '" .V;V r I.
Judges of races: G. B. Lawton, G.
Kim and J. M. Harrelspn. :
: Mysic by Summerfield band all
Mrs.: Sadie P. Clawson, Indiana,
Pa., was bothered with indigestion.
"Mv stomach, pained me night and
dav" she writes. "I would feel
bloated and have headache and belchr
ins after eating. I also suffered
fmm constination. My daughter
had used Chamberlain's Tablets and
thev did her so much good that she
gave me a few doses 01 them ana in insisted
sisted insisted unon me trying them. Th;ey
helped me as nothing else lias done."
For sale by all dealers aav.
WOODMEN OF THE WOltLD
Fort King'Camp 2o. 14 meets in
Vonge's Hall at 8 p. m. second
and fourth Friday. Visiting sov sovereigns
ereigns sovereigns alwavr welcome. Adv.
y. J. Burden, .C. C
; Chas K. Sage, Clerk.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSfl
; Ocala Lodge No. 699, L O. O. M.,
:eets every Thursday &i 8:30 p. m.
Visiting orethren always welcome to
the lodge and club house, on Mag
nolia, street near postoffice.
J. D. Rooney, dictator.
J. E. Gates, Secretary. ; ad
niiM ifanf Tin
WiU cure vour Rheumatism
Ncuralsia. Headaches, Cramps,
Colic".' Srirains.' Bruises. Cuts and
Burns, Old Sores Stings of Insects
Etc. Antiseptic Anodyne, used in internally
ternally internally and externally. ; Price 25c:
, OPEN ALL NlfiHT
CONCORDIA LOTG15 F. Z. OF A.
New Irish Potatoes
Marion County Fresh Smoked Hams
Marion County Fresh Smoked Sides
BRICK CITY COFFEE, 4 Oc 4 FIRST PRODUCT COFFEE, SOc
Fresh Roasted and ground in our own machine every day.
Sliced Breakfast Bacon Dried Sliced Bee
Sliced Boiled Ham, for Lunches
EGGS, Fresh from the Country, always in stock
.."'. New Salt-Mackerel ; ;
Grape Juice ? Ginger Ale
Olive Oil Salad Dressing -Meffert's
Home Cured HamsShoullers, Sides and Jowls, the finest
Smoked Bacon you ever ate. Also Meffert's Hog lard in 501h cans.
Whitworth's Homemade, Sour, Spiced tickles in bulk.
! PHONE l63 i ; OCALA, FLORIDA
i ; : ; "" TT" "T :
The Merchant's Cafe is a first clasa
place to take your meals. Open night
and day. J. R. Dewey, proprie
Concordia Loage, Fraternal, Unioi
of America, meets if Yonge's Hall
on the second" Thursaay evening of
aach month. Geo. L. Taylor, F.M.
Chas. K? Sage, Secretary. Ad
HEADACHE AND NERVOUSNESS
"Chamberlain's Tablets are entitl entitled
ed entitled to all the praise I can give them,"
writes JMrs. Richard Olp,' Spencer Spencer-port,
port, Spencer-port, N. Y. They have cured me of
headache and nervousness and re restored
stored restored my normal health." For sale
by all dealers. ; v adv.-
OCALA LODGE NO. 280, B. P. O. E.
' 310 S. Main St. Ocala Fla
OCALA PUBLIC LIBRARY
Open daily except Sunday from 3
to 5 p. m. Board of Trade rooms.
Ocala Houe bioc.
Louise S.' Gamsby, LibrariaD
Burbank, July 2. The weather is
very warm with plenty of rain.
Mr. W. C. Bogue spent. a few days
in Palatka returning Sunday, morn
ing accompanied by bis daughter,
Miss Cer who had just arrived from
a visit to Chicago. Miss Bogue re
turned to Palatka on the afternoon
train to again take up her work.
Messrs. Dyke, Bogue, Bowen, Lang-
worthy, Chaffee, Rickter and Overend
made a business trip to Ocala in Mr.
Dyke's car Monday. :
;Mr. T. Watson," .-daughter and
For Good Wood
BIG Load for $1.
Your Order will have
J. L SMOAK
At Smoak's Wagon Shop.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday even-
ngs in each month. Visiting breth
ren always welcome. Club house
opposite t postoffice, east side.
. David S. Williams, E. R.
Joseph Bell, Secretary. Ad.
On April 7th I took up a dark bay
mare, blind in one eye, both front
feet scarred. Owner can have same
by paying for this advertisement and
cost ot keep. J. B. Stanley. Morrir
ton, Fla. 6-3-lm
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m.f at
Castle Hall, over the Jame3 Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis
iting brothers. Wm. M. Gober C. C.
Chas. K. Sage. K. R. S." Ad
in your automobile will be much
surer of ending Well if you have us
overhaul your cr now. If there Is
anything wrong with 'it have us re repair
pair repair it by all means. Little breaks or
defects havea habit of turning lnr
to big one3 on the road. Let us fix
what is needed now and you may
avoid a serious smash-up.
V 17 N. Main St,
PM, YWU FAITH TO (ttCALA.
Does this L6ol Good to Yon?
Two small four-room tenement houses, in good
condition, lot large enough for two more houses,
in colored section, just west of S. A. L. Railway,
on South 3d street, now rented to good tenants and
paying 20 per cent on the price asked, S6Q0 for the two.
" -'Titles : perfect; ; -If -interested Jsee me at once. They will not be
long on t!ie market at this" price. 1
r- iVi rMTT r Real Estate and Fire Insurance
I am now prepared to glre my undivided attention to all kinds ot
I1 have all the latest applianc es for doing work of this class
quickly and at the lowest possible expense. Give mc a trial.
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! OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
(If you nave any items for this department call phone IOC)
Kthvin Swain Concert
Ocalaii3 are to be accorded the
greatest musical treat of the season
within the coming fortnight, 'When
Mr.' Edwin Swain of Muncie, Ind.,
and "New York, will be heard in con concert
cert concert at the Temple theater unier the
auspices of the Woman's Club.
'Mr. Swain possesses a baritone
voice, beautiful in quality and of
wonderful compass. He was heard
in concert last summer and the an an-j
j an-j nouncement of his engagement to
sing in this city again will be receiv received
ed received with the greatest enthusiasm by
his many admirers. Mr Swain will
arrive at Anthony Sunday from New
York for. a several weeks' visit to his
mother and -en route will appear in
concert tomorrow in Charleston, S.
Mr. Swain will be ably assisted by
Miss Ethel Haycraf t, who is an ex exceptionally
ceptionally exceptionally fine accompanist.
Mr. LaGrange iSistrunk is spend spending
ing spending tonight with Mr. D. W. Davis at
his Lake Weir home and early to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow morning he will accompany
Mr. Davis, Misses Elizabeth'; and
Meme Davis and Miss Mary Piatt to
Daytona Beach for a three days'
Mr. Pete (Mcintosh accompanied
Mr. Ed. Tucker to Daytona Beach
lor the week end.
Little )Miss Marie McKean, who
"has been visiting her grandparents,
Judge and Mrs. W. S. Bullock, re returned
turned returned to Tampa this afternoon", her
mother having postponed her visit
Mr. L. W. Duval left this after-
noon for Marietta, Ga., for a visit to
"his former home. Mrs. Duval is
spending the' summer in Kentucky.
After a visit of a week to her
;Ocala friends, Miss Victoria -Raysor
:: left today, accompanied by her little
nephew, for her country home at
: ' -
' .'MissEdna Smith leaves tomorrow
for a visit to her sister, Mrs. Mustin,
!Mr. and Mrs."H. L. Anderson and
Miss Frances Anderson of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, will leave shortly, for Bert
.Lake, "Mich., to spend the summer.
Mlss Madge Sims, who is pleasant-
visiting her sister, Mrs. J. B. Staten
in Valdosta, Ga. Miss Sims will
shortly go to Tullahoma,- Tenn.r to
cf pend .the summer with an aunt.
r "Mrs. A. J. Brigance has gone to
Atlanta to visit 'her sister, Mrs. M. M.
Miss Isabelle 'Davis and young
brothers have gone to Summerfield
to spend the fourth with their grand grandparents,
parents, grandparents, Mr. and iMrs. A. D. Mitchell.
m 9 m
Mr. and Mrs. Xi. R. Chazal and
family went to Woodmar today to
occupy their lake cottage for the remainder-of
Mrs. Julia 'Haisley has concluded
tier visit to her niece, Mrs. Louis
Iynch in Gainesville, and is now in
Jacksonville for a brief stay before
going on to (Lewes, Del., for the
summer. 'Mrs. Haisley will be, ac accompanied
companied accompanied by. her. sister, 'Mrs. iBevill
Mr. and Mrs. GU C. Ponder an announce
nounce announce the 'birth of a, son Tuesday.
Ponder of this city. s.
jvirs. a. is. vucLuuiien aim sou rua rua-mond,
mond, rua-mond, of Tampa, are visiting the for former's
mer's former's sister in Webster. Mrs. Mc Mc-Mullen
Mullen Mc-Mullen and sister were 'Misses Edna
fits A "'h s t1 lis TafF rfi a .fm'mT mrvnnl o f
; The fortnightly dancing class en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed several hours last night most
delightfully at the home o Miss
ii-vi u tn.v ociii eiutrx au etui etc ii e
. program of dance music was render rendered
ed rendered 'by 'Miss Sidney Harold.;
Miss Inez Sandifer entertained at
ning atthe home of her parents,
(Mr. arid (Mrs. H. A. Sandifer, ,qti .Ft-.
rcUon'strwt; in compliment to
2Mss Jewel CarroltJhe7:uesT,T6Tth:e
NinsLw4AjcwaMr of garnet offered
pleasant diversion for the guests ufi ufi-til
til ufi-til 11 o'clock and during the eveV
ning the hostess assisted by herl
mother and her sister, Miss Jewel
JSdarlow, served ice cream and cake.
X!fcjse present were Misses Carrol,
"Xfcsrlow, iRuby and Pearl Fausett,
Ona, Carrie and CJora Bell Floyd,
morning in their car for Day-
j.Ruby Knight, Irma Brigance, Irene
tXettles 'of Micanopy, Audrey Miller
of Arcadia, Miss Davis, Mr. and (Mrs.
Sandifer, Messrs. Hoy Gates, Homer
Small, Jim Ccchland, Collie Pedrick,
uunam iiooa, .uorns usoorn, Willie
Perkins, 1 nomas Fullin and Hugh
Dance iit the Lake Weir xacht Club
The largest and decidedly the most
delightful party enjoyed by the nigh
school crowd and the members of the
college contingent since the arrival
home of the latter, was the dance
last evening at the Lake Weir Yacht
Club, given by Miss Blair Woodrow
in compliment to If er lovely house
guest, Miss Sara All; of Charleston,
The attractive club is so construct constructed
ed constructed that; when all doors and windows
are opened the invigorating: lake
breezes cai sweep the gallaries and
large .ball room, making it an ideal
spot for a" dance and flast evening,
the' guests all in their merriest
moods, enjoyed as never before,
dancing as "the guests' of their pretty
An attractive program of dance
music was rendered on the Victrola
and, while the hall room floor was
the central attraction for most of the
dancers, groups were seen making
use of the -broad verandas and docks.
The crowd x left town between C
and 7 o'clock in cars chaperoned by
Mr. and .Mrs. C. L. Anderson and
Mr; and Mrs. C. H. Lloyd, and on ar arriving
riving arriving at the yacht club was given a
most cordiarwelcome by Mr. and
Mrs. D. S. Wodrow,1 Miss Woodrow
and Miss All, the two latter wearing
pretty dancing frocks of white, ex exquisitely
quisitely exquisitely trimmed In lace and rib ribbons.
Punch Was served all. during the
evening and at intermissions an ice
course of cream and cake was serv served.
ed. served. '. Dancing continued until mid midnight
night midnight and the hour's ride home con con-eluded
eluded con-eluded the happiest of evenings.
'Miss .Woodrow's guests were Miss Misses
es Misses All, Leontine Ramsaur of St. Pe Petersburg,
tersburg, Petersburg, Geraldine Hill of Tampa,
Sidney 'Harold, )Rexie Todd, Virginia
Sistrunk, Wenona Wetherbee, Han Han-nay
nay Han-nay Ellis, Emma Perry, Mary Har Harriett
riett Harriett iLivingsfon, Nellie Beckham,
Eloise Henry, Marion and JJorothy
Long, Sue Moore, Sarah Pearl; Mar Martin,
tin, Martin, Bessie MacKay, Mr. and Mrs.
Anderson, Mr. and "Mrs. iLloyd, and
Messrs. Paul Weathers, Charlie and
John Chazal, Julius iBrown,' James
Hill of Nashville, Tenn., Welsh -Dewey,
LaGrange Sistrunk, Churchill
iHodges of, LaGrange, N. C. Rohert
and Alfred iMacKay, Earl Hall, Olaf
Zewadski, Sam Bur ford, Joe J3orden,
W. M. ;Martin, Albert Harris and
Mr. W. B. Gallagher is a. guest at
Glenhurst, the country home of Capt.
and Mrs. S. OEt. Pyles for a few days.
Mr. iL. A. Shepherd and son, -Master
Harris Powrers, who arrived Sunday-
from Chicago, the former to at attend
tend attend to business at Bartow and vicin vicinity
ity vicinity and the latter to visit his grand grandparents,
parents, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. FV E. Harris,
expect to leav tomorrow afternoon
. Mr. Hickman came from Ocala,
Friday, to seethe home folks for a
day before leaving for Georgia.
Oakland notes in Orlando Star.
Mrs. 'W. V. iXewsom, Jr.t of Ocala,
is spending a week here, the guest
of her parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. A. K.
Taylor. (Mr. Xewsom will join his
wife tomorrow, 'and they will return
to Ocala next Monday. Mrs.' New New-som
som New-som was very popular in Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville as Miss Mary Bynum Taylor,
and her many friends' are delighted
to see her again. -Metropolis.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Condon left
this afternon for Daytona 'Beach to
spend the fourth and Sunday, wit witnessing
nessing witnessing the auto races and enjoying
. Misses iElizabeth and Virginia Nel Nelson,
son, Nelson, thfr -oraHyp ymiT. daughters
of Mr. and Mr. E. K. Nelson of
Tampa, are guests QfMrs. J. H. Mc-
Clymonds, having arrived on thetf
imited 4hi Arternirb'nr-
Mrs. S. E. WTaterman and two
small granacnnaren, lmiss ivia ana
Master Boh Waterman, left this aft
ernoon for f Gainesville, Ga., for a
several weeks visit yo tne formers
son, Ir. Rufus Waterman and fam family.
ily. family. Before returning Mrs. Water Waterman
man Waterman -will visit relatives in South.Car-
olina. : : ,
Mr. and iMrs. William 'Hocker and
daughters, 1Misses Elizabeth, Mar Margaret
garet Margaret and Iucretia Hocker, left early
ivuix teacn, wnere tney have taken a
cottage for three months. Mrs.
Hocker's sister, Mrs. E. H. -Mote of
Leesburg, will spend several weeks
with her during the summer, and in
August M-s. Hocker expects to enjoy
a fortnight visit to Asheville, X. C,
as the guest of Mrs. Jack Camp.
Miss Mclver Entertained tlie Card
The members of the young ladies'
auction club and a few additional
friends are guests fcr the afternoon!
of Miss Bettie Wray Iclver.
Forming -the three tables are the!
following auction devotees, Misses
Alice Bullock, Clara Johnson, Hope
'Robinson, Adele Bittinger-.Eugenia
Fuller, Edith Williams, Helen Brown,
Annie Davis, Annie Atkinson, Mrs.
C. B. Aver, Mrs. Arthur Williams
and Mrs. W. T. Alsop.
Decks of cards are the pretty tro trophies
phies trophies for the top scores, and at the
conclusion of the several interesting
progressions, the hostess, assisted
by Miss Janet Weathers, served a
very refreshing ice cold fruit ade and
white cake, the' enjoyment of which
concluded one of the week's most
delightful informal parties.
Miss Roberta Chambers and her
guests, Miss Dorothy McDowell of
Orlando and Miss (Ruth Harvey, of
St. Petersburg, were complimented
with a charming little party given
them yesterday afternoon by Mrs. J.
D. Sinclair at her home on Cedar
avenue. Tampa Tribune.
3IRS. II. 31. BARXETT
The above named highly esteemed
lady, after several weeks' of illness,
passed away this morning at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. Thomas
Sexton, in this city.
' Mrs. Barnett was about 65 years
of age, and the wife of Mr. H. l.
Barnett, one of the leading citizens
of the Cotton Plant section. She
was born in New York state, and
her maiden name was .Wiltsia. She
cama with Mr. Barnett to Clarion
counfy some thirty years ago, since
which time she has resided at the
country home at Cotton Plant, carry carrying
ing carrying out all her duties as wife, mother
and neighbor in such a manner as to
make her the beloved of all with
whom her daily life was spent.
Beside her husband, Mrs. Barnett
leaves three children, 'Mrs. Sexton,
Mrs. James H. Clark of Cotton PJant,
and Mr. Bernard Barnett of Char Charlotte,
lotte, Charlotte, X. C. 'Mr. Barnett came here
from Charlotte a few days ago to
see his mother and left in, the hope
of her recovery. Xow he Is hurry;
lng back to attend her funeral.
Mrs. 'Barnett will he laid to Test
Sunday at the St. Johns church cem cemetery,
etery, cemetery, near the home she occupied
so many years. She was a faithful
member of the Methodist church,
and the ceremony will foe conducted
by the pastor of that circuit. (Mclver
& MaoKay- will have charge of the
SILVER MEDAIj COXTEST
The contest at the Airdome last
night wras very successful, and all
those who braved the weather enjoy enjoyed
ed enjoyed a treat. The meeting begun with
a selection by a double male quar quartet
tet quartet and the program was carried out
nearly as printed in yesterday's Star.
The speaking in the contest was es especially
pecially especially good and the judges had
considerable trouble to decide on the
best, where all were so good and the
medal 'was finally awarded to 'Mrs.
D. A. Smith, who lives in Xorth
Atlantic Coast Line
$39.05 Xew York, X. V,
$51.45 Buffalo, X. Y.
$39.05 Philadelphia, Pa.
$47.55 Chicago, 111.
$46.55 Detroit, 'Mich.
$37.05 Cincinnati, Ohio.
$35.55 Itouisville, Ivy.
$41.80 fSt. Louis, Mo.
$02.05 Denver, Col.
$93.55 San Francisco, Cal.
$110.05 Portland, Ore.
SOLD DAILY. LIMIT 'OCTOBER 31.
For information and reservations
call on any A. C.X. ticket agent, or
J. G. KIRKLAXD,
Division Passenger Agent,
Ho. .Bo Rfflsi liCBiFS .C(p)o
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Ocala. Mrs. Allegood -was only the
fraction of a point hehlnd Mrs.
Smith. They hope to repeat the
contest on July 4th at Stanton at the
Weirsdale W. C T. U. picnic. We
want to pass on our good things in
hopes that they may help some" one
elae. The judges were W. IL. Col Colbert,
bert, Colbert, J. E. Prampton, R. L. iBrldges.
An Interested Worker.
AT ST. PHILIP'S.
Sunday, July 5th, will be the feast
of 'the,precious blood of our Lord.
Services will 'be as usual, at 10 a. ;m.
and at 5 p. m.
Father iBottolacio and his two
sisters will leave on July ;10th for a
summer vacation to he spent with
their relatives and friends in Paris,
Loudes and Toulouse, France, for
four months, and they intend vto be
back with God's. help for the first of
Father W. B. Golden of Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville Will take the place of Father
Bottolacio during his absence and
will hold service every other Sunday,
starting at St. Philip's on July 12th.
THE OCALA BOY'S CLUB
The Ocala Boys' Club met Thurs Thursday
day Thursday evening with nine present. After
the election of James Chace for vice
president, a committee of, three, con
sisting of Leonard Wesson, Robert
Blake and Charles Cullen, was ap appointed
pointed appointed to go with Rev. Bowers to
inspect the lots preparatory to the
building of the log cabin. It was
decided to begin to buiid the club
house as soon as possible. The dues
were xed at 25 cents per month.
The club has secured the service of
Jack 'Mcintosh as instructor In phys physical
ical physical culture and lessons and exercises
will begin next Thursday evening,
the place to be announced later. As
there was no other business to come
before the house, the club adjourn adjourned.
ed. adjourned. Patsey Gillen, Secretary.
CELEBHATIOX AT THE SPRINGS
Be sure and go out to Silver
Springs Saturday, July 4th. Leave
your troubles behind you and go out
for a day and evening of good, clean,
jolly fun. But be sure and bring the
little folks. There will be amuse amusement
ment amusement for all, young and old. For
those who like to dance the manage-'
ment has engaged the Temple thea theater's
ter's theater's splendid orchestra and all the
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latest and most, popular dances will
be played. We all know what a fine
bathing place the springs is ,and for
those who have not taken a. trip In
the glass bottom iboat, 4 hey should
not miss this opportunity to see Jth
wonders of nature. A -fine supply of
boats of all kinds has been provided.
Refreshments can be, obtained and
last but not least, there will be a
moonlight excursion down the run
and on the Oklawaha river on the
beautiful an'd, fast City of Ocala. The
management has made arrangements
with the railroad company to run a
special train to Ocala after the ;ex ;ex-cursion.
cursion. ;ex-cursion. 7-l-3t .3":
AX IXTERESTIXG OCCASIOX
Races at the Fair Grounds on the
Fourth of July
Following is the schedule of the
races to be run at the fair grounds
Saturday under the auspices of the
Ocala Gentlemen's (Driving Assocla
First race Mixed, free for allr
half-mile; best two In three heafs
Second race Mixed, four-year-olds
and under; half-mile. Best two
in three heats.
Races start promptly at 10: 30 a.
m. Hack fare from city 15c. each,
way. Plenty of carriages to accom accommodate
modate accommodate all. Admission, '25c, includ including
ing including grandstand. 1..
xteauce the Hisu cost of living sby
saving Serv-Us coupons. Free dem demonstration
onstration demonstration at Cam-Thomas Com Company's
pany's Company's Thursday, July 2nd. Every
one invited. See advertisement page
five. 6-3 0-3 1
DEAFNESS CAXXOT BE CURED
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There Is only one way to cure deaf deafness,
ness, deafness, and that Is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness Is caused by an
inflamed condition of the mucous lin lining
ing lining of the eustachian tube. When
this tube is inflamed you have a rum rumbling
bling rumbling sound or'imperfect hearing and
when it is entirely closed, deafness Is
the result, and unless the inflamatlon
can be taken out and this tube re restored
stored restored -to Its normal condition, hear hearing
ing hearing will be destroyed forever; nine
cases out of ten are caused by catarrh
which Is nothing but an Inflamed con condition
dition condition of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured "by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu circulars,
lars, circulars, free. F. J. CHEXEY & CO.,
Sold by all druggists, 75c Take
Hall's Family Pills for constipation
Blitchton, July 2.-rMiss : Rowena
Hammons is -spending the week at'
3Jrs. Bl R. Blitch left 'Monday for
several days at (Hawthorne.
V'cSti Blitch and Miss Leg! 'Blitch
uiuiwrea xo iuynne jnonday.
'Mrs. .T. E. Bridgesand Mr. iLeroy
Bridges of Ocala and Mrs. S. A. liawls.
an 4 .daughters of Jacksonville were
guests -of Dr. and Mrs. S.. H.Blitch"
air. J. W. .Coulter and family mo motored
tored motored over to Ocala Tuesday.
IMPORTANCE OF HEALTHY
Ocala Readers Should Learn to Keep
the Kidneys Well
rThe kidneys nave a bie work to
hJO.i All the blood In the body is
tuuramg mrougn me Hianeys con constantly
stantly constantly to be freed of poisonous mat matter."
ter." matter." It Is a heavy enough task when
the kidneys are well; but a cold,
chill, fever or some thoughtless ex exposure
posure exposure is likely to, irritate, inflama
and congest the kidneys and inter-
krnpt the purifying work.
Then the aching frequently begins,
and Is often accompanied by some Ir Irregularity
regularity Irregularity of the urine too fre frequent
quent frequent passages, sediment or reten retention
tion retention .
v. Thousands testify to the wonder wonderful
ful wonderful merit of Doan's Kidney Pills, a
remedy for the kidneys only, that
has been used in kidney troubles 50
years. You will make no mistake
In following this advice. It comes
from a resident of this locality:
: John E. Marshall, lawyer, 225 N.
Fifth St.,, Palatka, Fla., says: "I
have no reason to change my high
opinion of Doan's Kidney Pills and
recommend them as highly as I did
In my former endorsement. The re relief,
lief, relief, they gave me has been perma permanent?
nent? permanent? Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply -ask for a kidney remedy
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
-Mr. Marshall had. Foster-MIlburn
Co., Proprietors. Buffalo, N. Y. 4
UIIDERTAKERS and EMBALLIERS
fine Caskets and Dnrlal Robes.
D. eT 3IcIVER .'and C. V. ROBERTS
Mineral Directors Directors-All
All Directors-All Work Done by. Licensed. Tlm-
Lbalmers and Fully Guaranteed
D. E. 3IcIVER. . . . . 104
04 V. ROBERTS. . .
Statement of the Condition of the
m NATIONAL BANK
Home Team Defeated Lawtey Iy
I'our to Notliing Yesterday
After a series of defeats, the home
team seemed starting back to its own
when it shut Lawtey out yesterday.
It was not a walkover, -either, for the
Lawtey team is smart and played
good ball. The Ocala boys won by
WILL BE REDEEMED BY
OF OCALA, FLORIDA
AN ACTIVE U. S. DEPOSITARY
At Close of Business Tuesday, June
AT 10 PER CENT
For Any Cash Purchase Made
Condensed from Report to the Comp
troller of the Currency
OCALA IS COMING AGAIN
ARE YOU PLEASED, MRS.. HOUSEKEEPER,
TABLE CUTLERY AND SPOONS?
IF YOU WILL COME TO US, AXD GET NEW ONES
WILL NOT BE ASHAMED WHEX COMPANY COMES.
OUR STORE IS THE STORE FOR ALL KINDS OF SCISSORS,
KNIVES' OR ANYTHING THAT "CUTS." WE HAVE THE
"EDGE" ON THE CUTLERY BUSINESS, RECAUSE WE CARRY
LINES FOR WHICH WE ARE THE ONLY
AGENTS IN' THIS
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playing with some of their old-time
dash and unity.
The crowd was small but enthus enthusiastic,
iastic, enthusiastic, and the line-ups were as fol follows:
lows: follows: Ocala: Bullock, c; Anderson, p;
Brown, lb; Davis, 2b; Dodge, ss;
Dewey, 3b; Harris, If; Chazal, cf;
Lawtey: Brown, c; Gandy, p;
Ross, lb; George, 2b; 'More, ss;
Burney, Zb; A. Sapp, If; P. Dinkins,
cf; R. Sapp, rf ; A. Pierce, Thomp Thompson,
son, Thompson, subs.
Dodge led off for Ocala with a" hit
through third and stole second. Cha
zal went out on a grounder to sec
ond and. Dodge scored on Brown's
hit over first. Harris reached first
when third fumbled his grounder.
Brown stole third and came in home
when third missed the ball. Bullock
ctri fir nut nnrl Davis ended the in
ning with a fly to left field. Lawtey Circulation
: ,1 !r, tUa, firct in.! U iUL JS L i O
never icacutu &vcuuu in
ning, Berney struck out. Brown
put a Texas leaguer over first, Ross
hit into a double play.
In the second Ocala got over an another
other another run. Dinkin3 hit safely over
second and wrent to second on a balk.
Dewey went out on a fly to center
and Dinkins scored on Anderson's
hit throueh second. Dodge dumped
a roller to the pitcher and Chazal
(Neither team reached -first again
until Lawtey's half of the fifth. .Gan
dy went to first on a fly over short
and George sent him to third with a
grounder to left field, but he died at
the plate. R. Sapp and Moore struck
In the sixth, Ocala scored her last
run. with one down warns seiit a
liner to short too hot to hold and
scored on Bullock's hit between third
and short. Davis and Dinkins went
out in succession.
VNeither team reached first in the
remaining three innings Anderson's
fast neck ball seemed a little bit too
Loan and discbunts, Ma
rion county warrants
and securities ..$289,677.96
United States bonds- to
Banking house, furniture
and fixtures ........
Cash on hand and due
from banks 106,714.44
Capital stock (fully paid,
US FOR IT
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stand more rough usage, will go and
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NOT. Lighter on tires, more economical
on upkeep, gas and oil. than any automo automobile
bile automobile in the world.
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r F. O B DETROIT. FULLY EQUIPPED.
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soon tomorrow afternoon. Please
send, notices in early.
V, The Average. Buyer r I
GO VEItXMEXT $34,000,000
TO THE GOOD
fast for Lawtey. He struck out
twelve of them, while Gandy put the
fadeaway on nine Ocala men.
Two Junior Teams
After the first ball game yesterday
the two boy teams representing tnfe
seventh and eighth grades, pla;. c a
seven-inning game, the eighth grade
team winning by a score of 9 to 4.
The batteries were George Xewsom
and Itoscoe Meffert for the eighth
grade, and Joe Brooks and Cecil
Jones for the seventh. The feature j
of the game was Hansel Leaven-;
good's hitting, getting six hits in six
times at bat, including a "double and
a triple. He also stole home.
Game With Citra Tomorrow
According to the present arrange
ment, Citra will be here tomorrow
with all the north county champions
and many rooters, and it behooves
the home fans to be at the ball park
in force. That Citra bundh can play
hall and Ocala has its work cut out,
so everybody who can go should go
in the certainty of seeing a fine
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SWIPIXG OUR RURAL SCEXES
"Rural Spirit," a leading agricul
tural paper of Portland, in its issue
of June 24, has a fine cover page pic
ture, entitled "Prime Beef in the
Making." It is the exact reproduc
tion ,of -a picture taken for "Facts
and Photos," the Marion County
I Booklet, on the Palmetto Farm near
this city, tbut we fail to find any
credit. Xow, what do you think of
that? A paper in the great north
west swiping its farm scenes from
Washington, July 3. Democrats
are well pleased becaused the Wil
son administration 'closed the fiscal
year Tuesday with its income exceed exceeding
ing exceeding ordinary expenses -by $33,784, $33,784,-452.07.
452.07. $33,784,-452.07. The figures were announc announced
ed announced by the treasury department late
Secretary McAdoo was espically
gratified over the revenue -derived
from the new tariff a no! income tax
law. President Wilson, 'Representa
tive Underwood and Senator Sim
mons, who framed the tariff law,
were informed of the showing in
congratulatory messages from
Xearly $33,500,000 pouring in the
treasury June 30 brought the total
receipts for the year up to $734,-
343,700.20, a million and a half
above Secretary 'MoAdoo's original
estimate, and turned into a surplus
what had promised the day before to
be a substantial deficit.
Corporation and Income tax pay payment
ment payment furnished the stream of gold
at the finish. From this source came
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Lost Found, Wanted, For Sale
$26,iei,782.82 between the opening For Rant &ni Similar Local Heeds
and last night Secretary IcAdoo and
and a half-year-old filly. Apply to
J. D. iRobbinson, Ocala, Tla. 7 3-6 1
NOTICE TO EASTERN STARS
other administration officials were
pointing to the total figures as proof
of their promises as to what would
be accpmpolished tinder the new tar tariffs
iffs tariffs '
FOR SALE- One large horse in
good condition; one good work
mule. Ocala Lumber & Supply
Put Your Ad. in the STAR ii you want RULTS
A DELIGHTFUL SIDOIER RESORT
One of the nicest of the Southern
summer resorts, nearby and easy of
access, is Monteagle, Tenn, on the
ton of the Cumberland mountain,.'
and over twenty-two hundred feet
altitude. Plenty high to be cool and
above all malarial danger. Mont-
eagle embraces all the delights of
wild, nigged mountain scenery, with
many beautiful rides, drives and
matchless views in a few minutes of
a town; a great cave, that in beauty
rivals iMammbth Cave of Kentucky;
with the attractions of an up-to-date
little railroad town, and its great
Summer Chautauqua, which will be
open thru July and August.
For health, climate and scenery
Mcnteage cannot be excelled in the
The water supply is cold, clear
and pure, and no cleaner spot can be
Board there can be obtained at
from $7 to $10 per week, at the ex
cellent Cumberland House, which i3
being operated by .Mrs. E. W. Wil
liams of St. Petersburg, an exper
ienced hotel woman.
OCAIiA CHURCH DIRECTORY
PRESBYTERIAN -Corner off Ft
King avenue and Watula street; pas pastor
tor pastor W. H. Dodge; residence 305 Ft.
King avenue; phone 233. Sunday
services: Sunday school 9:30 a.m.;
superintendent W. H. Dodge ; morn;
ing sermon 11 o'clock; Junior Mis Mission
sion Mission Society 3 p. m.; evening sermon
7:15 o'clock. Midweek prayer meet
ing Wednesday evening, 7:30.
CATHOLIC North Magnolia St.;
priest, D. Bottolacio; residence 327
North Orange street; Sunday ser services;
vices; services; High mass 10- a. m.; vespers
5 p. m ; Sunday school 3 to 5 p. m.;
communion services second Sundays
6:30 a. m.; also regular service.
EPISCOPAL Corner S. Broadway
and Watula streets; rector, Rev. Jas.,
G. Glass; residence 311 S. Broadway;
phone 415. Sunday services: Holy
communion 7:30 a. m.; Sunday
school, 9:45 a. m.; morning prayer,
litany and sermon 11 a. m.; evening
prayer 7:30 p. m.; choir practice
7:30 p. m. Friday; meetings of ves-
try and societies at hours appointed.
METHODIST Cornel rort King
avenue and South Main street: pas
tor J. M. Gross; residence ;4v$ Foit
King avenue; phom 157; Sunday
services: Sunday School 9:30 a. m.,
superintendent L. N. Green; morn
ing sermon 11 o'clock; Junior Ep-
worth League 4 p. m.; Senior Ep-
worth League 3 p.ym.; Senior Ep-
worth League, 4 p. m.; evening
sermon 7:30 o'clock. Midweek. prayer
meeting Wednesday evening 7:30.
Choir practice Friday evening at the
BAPTIST Corner North Magno
lia and North Second streets; pastor
Bunyan Stephens; residence 52C Ok Ok-lawaha
lawaha Ok-lawaha avenue; phone 314; Sunday
services: Sunday school 9:30 a. ru.
superintendent W. T. Gary; morning
sermon 11 o'clock; Junior Baptist
WANTED Subscribers of the Star
to tell their neighbors of the plan
now lnsforce for giving cash, cou coupons
pons coupons to subscribers. 5-20-tf
FOR SALE I have a lovely home
for sale on'Oklawaha avenue, and
the price is right. S. S. Savage,
Jr., Ocala, Fla. 6-22-12t
FOR SALL Modern bungalow In
U Lin wood Heights. Inquire of the
Ocala Lumber & Supply Co.5-15 tf
WANTED Table .boarders during
summer months; rates reasonable.
Mrs. J. W. Davis, 219 E Oklawa Oklawa-ha
ha Oklawa-ha avenue. Phone 14 8 '6-25-
WANTED A position toy an ex experienced
perienced experienced stenographed. Will ac accept
cept accept work sby the job or a perma permanent
nent permanent position. Phone iZZ. 6 26 6t
WANTED 69 MEN to Join the
Brotherhood Baraca Class, city
hall. See R. B. Bowers. 5-20-tf
Officers of Ocala Chapter No. 29,
O. E. S., are requested by the worthy
matron to meet at Yonge's hall Mon
day, 4:30 p. m., to rehearse for In
itiation for .Thursday, July 9. .
ECLHSE ROOFING CE3IENT
It Is the greatest cement In ex
istence to stop leak3 Jn tin or metal
roofs and gutters; never fails; ever-
Ocala Seed Store. 6-23-lm
Initials and address neatly palnt-
ed on all trunks free when purchas purchased
ed purchased from me. Why Pay More? B.
Merchants 1 Miners
GO NORTH BY SEA
BALTIMORE NEW YORK
FOR SALE CHEAP Thoroughbred
. Buff Orpington and Golden Wyan Wyandotte
dotte Wyandotte chickens. Mrs. W. A. Robert Robertson,
son, Robertson, North Ocala. 6-29-6t
FOR RENT Five room cottage with
all modern conveniences; desira desirably
bly desirably located. Apply to Mrs. Jake
Brown, N. Tuscawilla St. 6 23 6t
WANTED Family washing by the
Week or by the dozen. First First-class
class First-class work guaranteed. Lula An Anderson,
derson, Anderson, Ceneral delivery. Ocala,
Florida. 6-2 9-6 1
NOTICE OF SALE OP SCHOOL DIS DISTRICT
TRICT DISTRICT noxos
Young People's Union 4 p. m.; Sen- j
lor Baptist Young People's Union
6:45 p. m.; eveniDg sermon 7:30 p.
m.' Midweek prayer meeting Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday evening 7:30 o'elocK
FOR SALE An established busi business
ness business requiring about $400. to han handle.
dle. handle. Owner has other business de demanding
manding demanding his attention. This will
be worth investigating. Address,
D. W. J., care Star. 7-2-3 1
FOR'SALE Either of the following
horses: Three-year-old horse, gen gentle
tle gentle and Tvell broken to harness or
Notice 13 hereby given that the
Board of Public Instruction for the
county of Marlon, state of Florida;
until 3 o'clock p. m Tuesday, July 14,
1914, will receive ser'ed bids for the
purchase of one or more of the eight
bonds to be issued by Citra Special,
Tax School District, Number Ten. Mar-
Ion County, Florida, of the denomlna-.
tion of one thousand dollars each,
bearing five per cent, interest payablo
annually, maturing twenty years from
their iate. aeposu intne iorm oi a.
certified check, payable to the order of
the Board of Public Instruction for
Marlon county, state of Florida, In th
sum of five per cent, thereof, must ac accompany
company accompany each bid.
The said board reserves the rigrht to
reject any and all bids.
All comunications should be ad addressed
dressed addressed to J. H. Brlnson. Secretary.
The Board of Public Instruction for-
xne uoara or moi:c instruction r.
saddle; 7-year-old mare, heavy! the County of Marion. State of Florlc
with foal; works anywhere; one i.tt.?Ui,lin?L'Sfr St'
New Steamers. Low' Fares. Best
Service. Wireless telegraph on all
steamers. Through fares and tickets
to all Northern and Western points.
For reservations, tickets, etc.
H. C. AVERY, L. D. JONES,
' Agent. Com'l Agt.
City Ticket Office, 25 Hogan Street,
DOINGS OF THE VAN
I'M NOT CfilHC TO
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OS. NOTHlNCj BUT PUTTlHC
wr ICTURGS . CURTAINS AND
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A Novclization of
Alice Bradley's Play
By Gertrude Stevenson
Illttstrationa From Photographs of
. N the Stage Proctaction
Copyright, a913, (Publication Rights Keserred)
Thirty years of one way of living
, becomes a habit---8o much so that it
is almost a human impossibility to
adjust oneself to any other mode of
life. Mary Slade, living year after
year with Dan Slade, interested in his
work, watching him rise and succeed,
had come to think of the man as only
another part of herself. With him
out of her. life she felt as if a part
ofher own body had vanished with without
out without which she was restless and 111 at
,'ease. -j. ,-C..- .,-
As ehe sat in the little old cottage
where with Dan she i started out on
married life, she experienced a feel feeling
ing feeling of detachment as if either, this
were not the right place, but some
sort of inferior substitute, or as though
the real and vital part of herself were
The room was just the came as it
was the day she and Dan had walked
out of it to take up their new life in
the handsome mansion in town. Not
a thing had been changed or disturbed.
The same crooked hatrack, with her
old knitted shawl dangling on one
hook, hung behind the door. The same
well-worn tidies were carefully pinned
on the plush-upholstered chairs. The
same cheap little ornaments that so
delighted Mary's simple heart In the
old days still cluttered" the mantel.
The same near-crystal crowded the
, sideboard. The tablecloth remained
laid from meal to meal after the time time-Baving
Baving time-Baving custom of middle-class fami families.
lies. families. Everything was the same but the
atmosphere of contentment that once
filled the room; everything the same
but Mary's happiness in her husband's
love. Outside the window the rose
bush' Dan had helped her to plant still
nodded and blossomed in the sunshine
that poured In av flood of golden joy
through the windows of the shabby
roonx and emphasized all the worn
places in the comfortable old chair
where evening after, evening Dan
Slade had sat reading his newspaper
and dreaming of the great future lie
was confident the fates held in store
. for him.
In spite of herself Mary's thoughts
were of her husband the first bitter
thoughts she had ever harbored
against the man. She turned sick at
heart at the thought of it. Dan and
x herself estranged, hopelessly at odds,
fighting each other in the divorce
court, fighting even over the posses possession
sion possession of the little cottage that had
shared in the first haonv flush of their
i..i..ni'M '" w " gri
E. SURE. TO &EUVER1
HIS AT SEVEN O'CLOCK
Las welu cJet
U ,f Ow5lf PvTTNQ VP': l
. pf PICTURES ANA 4 )
I - - --'
youtnrui love ana nappmess Tnie, tne
only place where she could find peace
In her loneliness, Dan was trying to
wrest from her. It was too near to
town, too near to the scene of his J
new activities, he had sent word to
lier. She must vacate. She must go
so far away that his charge of "de "desertion"
sertion" "desertion" would stand fire in a court
of law. -y- ; :
Face to face with "the fact that Dan
was trying to drive her even from this
shelter, trying to drive her out into
a strange and ; alien world, of which
she knew nothing and which knew
nothing oft her, Mary could scarcely
believe thaV Dan was so changed -that
even now he would be willing to
snatch away from her the place which
held the memory of happier days. $
i She had not seen her husband since
the night In Senator Strickland's
library, when the awful knowledge had
been forced home to her that he not
only wanted a permanent separation,
but insisted on having an absolute di divorce,
vorce, divorce, Over and over again a thought
came into the wpman's'mind. It was j
Intuitive, instinctive. Try as, she
might to silence it, sh e could not put
it out of her thoughts. It was that
ever-recurrent feeling that another
woman had entered Dan's mind and
heart. Again and again she pushed
it from her, but always and ever the I
obsession clung to her like a black
shadow that haunted her durlnsr the
day and persisted even in her dreams
A J 1.4. ;.,... j ?
From the kitchen came the voice of
her maid-of-all-work singing an old old-fashioned
fashioned old-fashioned tune. : V; ". 1 ;
It was one that In her young days
, Dan had loved to hear her sing one I
whose sweet melody ; andv melancholy
sentiment he had loved in, the days
before his heart had become hard and
hie mind Intense on the cold, hard
problems of finances and political ad advancement.
vancement. advancement. It was the song in which
all lovers "from the beeinninc to the
end of time find a responsive note: j
"Nita, Juanita, be my own fair bride." j
Conscious of the song, Mary remem- j
bered the lamb stew that she had left'
cooking on the kitchen fire. Dan had
always loved lamb stew; that is, her
lamb stew. She remembered how
heartily he always ate of it, how he
never failed to pass his plate for a
RPMtlrf "hplnfnft)' nnrl firiw "ha naart
to look up at her and say: 1
"This Is lapping good, Mary. I
think I will have a bit more."
Just as if he needed any urging!
Mary found her thoughts growing
very tender when she suddenly re remembered
membered remembered that -tonight she must sit
down alone at the table, that instead
of two she would only serve one plate plateful
ful plateful of that stew. Her heart contracted
with a pathetic, futile longing for
things as 'they used to fbe," and grew
bitter as she remembered conditions
as they were. : nhe sat with her face
pillowed on her arms, so absorbed in
her unhappy reflections that she didn't
hear the door open, didn't hear a step
until someone leaned over and kissed
her tenderly on the faded cheek that
Dan used to pat so lovingly and declare
was lovelier ; than their garden roses.
"Oh, Rob!" Mary exclaimed, start starting
ing starting up In glad surprise. "I didn't hear
you drive up."
T didn't,", Bob laughed, good good-natured
natured good-natured r. ': "My car is stranded two
and he threw his .linen
duster on the sofa as Mary hastened
in her fond little way to take his hand
and hover about him. t
"It's strange how near town this
place seems to be," Bob rattled on.
"When we lived here before it was
clear out in the country, but with
a motor car it's right next door to
town." ; :VvvV.;! :
"Well, aunty," and he stretched
himself oyt in an easy chair, "I--suppose
it's like Nheaven to you to get
back here to the old home you lived
in so many years?"
"Yes," Mary agreed, rather Indiffer Indifferently.
ently. Indifferently. "Any of the old neighbors left, Td
like to see them some of 'em."
"I never noticed before how many
questions Old neighbors could ask,
Rob," Mary sighed, as she recounted
the curious visits of her old friends,
who had inquired anxiously and re-
j peatedly for Mr. Slade, how he was
getting on, ana wnen ne wouia do
aown, and a aozen otner questions m
the phraseology of people who, as old
friends, take the liberty of coming as
near as possible to demanding that
you unburden your soul to them on
the spot. "You'll kind of have to
dodge 'em, Bob. I don't know when
I've lied so. What do you think of
a man who forces a woman to !'?'
A Globe-Wernicke cabins, will
keep your papers so you can find
them easily. tSee one at The Murray
Company. 7-2-3 1
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1014.
M ,S0 tAD
TAKES ISSUE WITH TEDDY
Treaty with Colombia Defended by
Ex-Minister Dubois N
Halstead, Pa., July 3. -In a state statement
ment statement issued here last night dealing
with the proposed Colombian treaty
James E. DuBois,. United States min minister
ister minister to Colombia upder the adminis administration
tration administration of President Taft, takes issue
with views recetnly expressed by Col.
Roosevelt and explains his own rea rea-sons
sons rea-sons for supporting the treaty.' He
also analyzes the treaty.
-Regarding his difference with Col.
Roosevelt on the subject, -Mr. Dubois
regrets opposing a "great leader,
whose fortunes I devotedly followed
for ten years," and says, "no man
will tolerate the thought that any of
Colonel Roosevelt's acts was inspir inspired
ed inspired by tainjted motives, but no man
is always right." V r f
Taft Protected the Colonel
"Negotiations for a treaty during
the Taft administration failed, he
said, because his instructions, out of
excessive care not to impugn .the
the motives of President Roosevelt
"in taking" Panama, failed to give
Colombia sufficient justice. The
pending treaty, he believes should
be approved heartily by i the Ameri American
can American people.
Taking issue with Pol. Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt regarding the character of pub public,
lic, public, men In Colombia, Mr. Dubois de declares1
clares1 declares1 they compare well with the
public men 1 of other countries, in instead
stead instead of being "blackmailers and
bandits." Quoting Mr. Roosevelt's
declaration .that the people of Pan a a-ma
ma a-ma were a unit in demanding the
revolution he says' a handful of men
conceived it ftid not the hundredth
part of the isthmus inhabitants
knew of the revolt until an Ameri American
can American officer in the uniform of the
United States army raised the flag of
the new republic. t
Regarding the acting president,
Marroquin, whom he quotes Colonel
Roosevelt as describing "as an ab absolute
solute absolute and uncontrolled dictator,"
Mr. Dubois says he was a helpless
and hapless old man, not in accord
with a congress that was alive -with
, fMr. Dubois declares that Colonel
Roosevelt's claim that the, Colom Colombian
bian Colombian treaty is a blackmailing agree agreement
ment agreement is not his interpretation of the
document. He declares that while
negotiating for a treaty he made the
Colombian authorities understand
the United States would not apolo apologize
gize apologize to any nation for a political act;
but In his informal conversations he
suggested that an expression of re regret
gret regret that anything to mar the friend friendly
ly friendly relations between the countries
might later be included in the treaty.
Colombia Humiliated Before World
This expression of regret, the
statement says, would have served as
a "balm for the wounded feelings of
a once friendly nation, which has
been humiliated before the world,
whose credit has been destroyed;
whose borrowing ability has been
annihilated, and whose persistent
appeals for, arbitration had been ig ignored.
nored. ignored. Y The opposition to this
feature, on the ground that it is an
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HWELL. IF- THAT iKTj
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apology, is not just and is not in the
true interests of the United States."
Dealing with' that part of the
treaty providing a payment to Col Colombia,
ombia, Colombia, which Col. Roosevelt attack attacked
ed attacked as blackmail, Mr; Dubois describ described
ed described Colombia's claims for the unpaid
annuities on the cession of the
Trans-Isthmian- Railroad Company,
the revisionary rights in the Pana Panama
ma Panama Railroad and Panama's portion
in the Colombian national debt, all
of which, in his opinion, should bej
met by the United States. .Altogether
the claims total about; $36,000,000.
Though Col. Roosevelt asserts
all civil rights, 'titles and pecuniary
interests of Colombia passed to Pan Panama
ama Panama at the separation,. Mr. Dubois
declares these rights 'had been vir-;
If jou wish to go away tor the
summer please correspond with Mrs.
E. W. Williams, who conducts ; the
Cumberland House at Monteagie,
Tenn. Rates, $ 7 to $10 per week.
Two months' Chautauqua, from July
1st to August 31st, .which is a j fine
entertainment. Monteagie is on the
top of the ; Cumberland mountain,
over 2,000 feet above sea level. The j
finest mineral water, most elegant j
scenery east of the Rockies. For
health, pleasure, rest and beauty,
there is no place like Monteagie In
the South. Write at once to Mrs.
E. W. Williams, Proprietress, the
Cumberland House, Monteagie, Ten Tennessee.
nessee. Tennessee. ; 6-13-tf
BEST DIARRHOEA RE3IEDY
, If you have ever tused Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy you know that it is a suc success.
cess. success. Sam F. Ouin, Whatley, Ala.,
writes, "I had measles and got
caught out in the rain, and It settled
in my 6tomach and bowels.- I had
an awful time, and had it not been
for Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy I could not possi possibly
bly possibly have lived butr a few hours long longer,
er, longer, but thanks to this remedy, I am
now well and strong." For sale by
all dealers. adv.
All tires and tubes, sold at the
establishment of "Davies the tire
man" from July 1, will be sold only
for' CASH, but with .a 5 dis
' This ;bank is- always open until 8
o'clock ln the evening on Saturdays
and Mondays; on other days of the
week It closes at 3 o'clock in the aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. The bank will observe all
legal holidays, both state and na national,
tional, national, and will remain close?, on
George Giles, President.
Frank P. Gadson, Cashier. 3-19-tf
SEVERE ATTACK OF COLIC
E. E. Cross, who travels in Virgin Virginia
ia Virginia and other 1 Southern states, was
taken suddenly and severely ill with
colic. At the first store he came to
the merchant recomemnded Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar Diar-toea
toea Diar-toea Remedy. Two doses of it cured
him. No one should leave home on
a. journey without a .bottle of this
preparation. For sale by all deal dealers.
ers. dealers. adv.
When cleaning out your trunks
and chiffonier drawers, packing away
clothes for a trip or for the summer,
save the clean cotton rags and bring
them to the Star office and turn them
into cash, whether you have five or
a hundred pounds. tf
Own your own nome ov ouylng a
modern bungalow on easy terms of
the Ocala Lumber & Supply Com Company.
pany. Company. 5-15-tf
Fresh shrimp every day at Rodoff's
i HERfi PA.1 A MK34el l
i 8 ..mubestm stock
There's Nothing Belter Than the Best
And that's the reason why,
V When for the best you are in qnest,
;''YouIl -not; pass by, but will stop and buy
: 'y' v thenvhere.
PHONE 108 V ; V CITY MARKET
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Furniture, Pianos v
Marion JCounty Abstract Company
) v ESTABLISHED 1882.1 H-i j'? :
GRAHAM BROTHERS, Lessees,
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First consideration and especial attention g.ven to small tract.
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ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 25, O. E.
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month ?.t 7:30 o'clock.
Mrs. Flora Brown, W. M.
Miss Florrle Condon, Sec'y. v;
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jOOLLAm WHAT fH
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Superior to Plaster
or Ceiling in
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I Himself on His Appearance
j- Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen f
i is a necessity. To supply that ne-
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h. .ALEX AW DEO
: PRACTICAL, : ;
Carpenter and Builder
Careful Estimates Mf.de on All Con Con-uract
uract Con-uract Work. Gives more and better
"rk for the money tlun ny other
uttractor la the c4ty. 4
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OXLV OXE TO A CUSTOJIER
in Our Stock .for
Some Worth $65.00
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