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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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ASSOCIATED
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VOL. 21.
If

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Terms Offered United States by Germany
Are Accepted

KAISER WILL HOT GIVE ASSURANCES REQUESTED By

TO
Washington, July 10 Although the
official text of Germany's note hadn't j
arrived thjs morning, the press copy
which officials read is accepted as a
'verification that Germany refuses to
crive the United States the assurances
requested in the American note of j
June 9th.
Everywhere in official quarters the
unsatisfactory character of Germany's
reply is discussed. There is a revival
of the talk of severance of diplomatic
relations between the United States
and the German imperial government.
President Wilson, who has been tak- t
ing a brief rest at Cornish, N. II., will
return to Washington in a few days
to consider the grave situation that
confronts the country with his cab cabinet.
inet. cabinet. t
Germany's offer briefly is:
First, reiterated, assurance that
American ships engaged in legitimate
trade with foreign countries will not
be interfered with by German sub submarine
marine submarine commanders, nor will the lives
of American citizens on neutral ships
be endangered.
Second, that German submarine
commanders will be instructed to al allow
low allow American passenger ships to pass
freely and safely, Germany entertain entertaining
ing entertaining the hope that the United States
will see that the ships do not carry
contraband of war to belligerent na nations;
tions; nations; such ships to be distinctly
marked: and their arrival to be an announced
nounced announced in advance.
The .same privilege will be extended
reasonable number of neutral pas passenger
senger passenger ships under the United States
flag. If these are inadequate, Ger Germany
many Germany is willing to permit the United
States to place four hostile passenger
steamers under the American flag, to
ply between North American ports
and Europe under the same conditions.
SPEAKS OF ANCIENT FRIEND FRIENDSHIP
SHIP FRIENDSHIP The German note recalls the' long
friendship between the United States
and Germany, declaring the two have
stood together ever since the negotia

tion of the treaty of friendship and
commerce of September 9, 1785, "in
the struggle for the freedom of the
seas and for the protection of peace peaceable
able peaceable trade." It recalls that at the' be beginning
ginning beginning of the present war Germany
declared its willingness to ratify the
declaration of London and "thereby
subject itself in the use of its naval
forces in all the restrictions provided
therein in favor of neutrals." Ger Germany
many Germany also has always Held to the prin principle
ciple principle that war should be conducted
against the armed forces of the na nation
tion nation and "the imperial government
cherishes the definite hope that some
" way. will be found when peace is con concluded
cluded concluded or perhaps earlier, to regulate
the law of maritime war in a manner
guaranteeing the freedom of the seas,
and will welcome it wtih gratitude
and satisfaction, if it can work hand
in hand with the American govern govern-ment
ment govern-ment on that occasion."
The note of February 4, in which it
was stated neutrals might suffer is
recalled and it is declared to be the
sacred duty of the German govern government
ment government to protect its subjects in every
way. "If the imperial government
were derelict in these, its duties," the
note says, "it would be guilty before
God and history of the violation of
those principles of highest humanity,
which are the foundation of every na national
tional national existence."
The note also declares that the
commander of the German submarine
that sank the Lusitania would have
invited certain destruction of his ves vessel
sel vessel if he had given the passengers and
crew time to take to the boats. It
also declares that after experiences
with smaller and less seaworthy ves vessels
sels vessels it was to be expected that a ship
like the Lusitania would have stay stayed
ed stayed afloat long enough for the boats
to Lave been lowered. The note then
, continues: ''Circumstances of a very
peculiar kind, especially the presence
on board of large quantities of highly

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(Associated Tress)
explosive materials dissipated thi3 ex expectation.
pectation. expectation. In addition it may be
pointed out that if tlse Lusitania han
been spared thousands of cases of am ammunition
munition ammunition would have been sent to
Germany's enemies and thereby thou thousands
sands thousands of German mothers and chil children
dren children robbed of bread winners."
OFFICIAL TEXT WILL ARRIVE
THIS EVENING
It is thought th? official text of the
German note will bcrm arriving to tonight.
night. tonight. Secretary Landing will take
the note to President Wilson at Cor Cornish
nish Cornish as soon as the official text ar ar-!
! ar-! ives. The president will then decide
when he'll return here.
CAUSTIC CRITICISM
Washington, July 10. American
newspapers comment generally that
Germany's note is unsatisfactory;
evades the issues, is defiant, even in insolent
solent insolent in tone, and will probably cause
the severance of relations.
II REF0SE1
Charles Decker Takes. Another Step
Toward the cSiair
Rangeley, Maine, July 10. Justice
Hughes here today refused to grant
a writ of error to the United States
Supreme Court in the case of Charles
Decker, of New York, condemned to
die during the week of July 2Cth, for
the Rosenthal murder.
GONZALES IS GAINING
Carranza's Generrl in Two Mile; of
the Mexican Capital
( Assooii te1 Pre?-)
Washington, July
10. Carranza
agency dispatches today say General
Gonzales' troops r.e now within two
miles of Mexico City.
- The Villa rgercy dispatches say
Reiiprnl Trinns. lender nf thp fsirrsin.
zaistas, was killed" in a recent battle
at Aguas Calientes.
Consul Silliman reported from Vera
Cruz that the Carranza troops have
completely invested Mexico City and
Gonzales has established headquarters
at Guadeloupe.
Villa Claims Victory
LI Paso, July 10. Carranza's main
army, north of Mexico City, was de defeated
feated defeated south of Aguas Calientes yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, according to a dispatch here
from Villa's chief of staff.
BRITISH SUM UP
SUBMARINE BLOCKADE
It will ITae to Increase Immensely
Before Commerce Is Cut Off
(Associated Tress")
London, July 10. The admiralty's
report shows that from the time the
submarine blockade was declared on
Feb. 18, until June 30, the Germans
were able to sink 73 British merchant
ships. In the last week report, seven
ships were torpedoed. The same week,
1,347 overseas steamers of all nation national
al national it ios arrived at and departed from
British ports.
FOUND DEAD IN
A REFRIGERATOR CAR
Stuart, Fla., July 10. A man was
found dead in a refrigerator car here
yesterday afternoon, but so far all ef efforts
forts efforts to determine his identity have
proved unavailing, and there is no
clew to indicate how he chanced to be
in the car.
You have mosquitos? We have the
chaser. Court Pharmacy. Ct.

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GOVERNMENT. BUT IS WILLING
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FOUR BANDITS HELD UP THE N.
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L. & N.
Associated Pres
Montgomery, Ala., July 10. A
posse today is searching the vicinity
of Greenville for four bandits, who
early this morning robbed near Green Greenville
ville Greenville a Louisville & Nashville passen passenger
ger passenger train, the New York and New Or Orleans
leans Orleans limited. The bandits cut the
mail, express and baggage cars from
the train, ran them down the track
and looted them. They sent the loco locomotive
motive locomotive wild under a full head of
steam, it stopping forty miles away.
The passengers were unmolested.
The amount of booty is unknown.
AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
Methodist
(Rev. J. M. Gross, Pastor)
9:30 a. m. Sunday School.
11 a. m. Preaching.
.Subject, "Paul's Testimony Con Concerning
cerning Concerning the Christian Life."
3 p. m. Junior League.
4 p. m. Senior League.
7:45 p. m. Preaching.
Subject, "Duty and Necessity of
Watchfulness."
All cordially invited. Strangers
always welcome.
Baptist
9:30 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Preaching.
Topic, "Loyalty to Christ."
7 p. m. B. Y. P. U. Reports from
the encampment.
7:45 p. m. Evening service.
Topic, "Of the Example of Barte Barte-mus."
mus." Barte-mus." You are welcome.
HORACE GORDON
WILL AID THE STATE
In Prosecution of Mendenhall for Al Alleged
leged Alleged Murder of the Eliots
Clearwater, July 10. It is officially
announced here that Judge Horace C.
Gordon, former judge of the criminal
court of record of Hillsborough coun county
ty county and at present state's attorneys for
Hillsborough county in the thirteenth
judicial circuit, has been retained to
assist in the prosecution of J. J. Men Men-oenhall,
oenhall, Men-oenhall, charged with the murder of
Mrs. Charles W. Eliot, and her
daughter, Susie Eliot, on the night of
July 2.
Don't fail to ask us about our speci
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Pharmacy. Ct.

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FLORIDA. SATURDAY.
STRIKE THAT HAS
TIED
HAS
(Associated
Chicago, July 10. The strike of
sixteen thousand carpenters which
paralyzed the building industry here
for two months, was ended today by a
compromise. The carpenters were
given an increase from 05 to TO cents
an hour and closed shops.
HE TO NOTHING
Ocala Baseball Team in Friday After Afternoon's
noon's Afternoon's Game Redeemed
Itself
"Told you so."
Ocala came back with a rush yes
terday afternoon and piled up nine!
nmc? Vi 11 r oil fMo i-Yiro f or Vio1 t r cVi rwr
was a basket of goose eggs.
Nobody need suppose from the score
that the game was a walkover. It
was well played on both sides. It is
true that the visitors didn't play as
well as usual success had made them
a bit careless. And for the first time
since Monday the home team ph-fyed
up to its reputation.
,-The line-ups were:
Clearwater: Couch, If; Cobb, ss;
Kirk, 3b; Thomas, c; Howell, rf; Da Davis,
vis, Davis, cf; McMullen, lb; Pooser, 2b;
Campbell, p.
Ocala: Chazal, If; Harris, p; Batts,
cf; Davis, 2b; Zewadski, rf; Brown,
lb; Galloway, ss; Dinkins, c; Dewey,
3b. In the second, Blitch took Gallo Galloway's
way's Galloway's place at short stop.
. Clearwater changed pitchers twice.
Pooser succeeded Campbell in the
sixth, and Mardis succeeded Pooser in
the seventh, finishing he game. The
Ocala battery played clear thru. Har Harris
ris Harris is a fine pitcher, not quite so good
as the more practiced ones, but will do
as well as anybody when he has the
experience. He will probably stand
more work than any other pitcher
Ocala has put up.
John Chazal and Julius Brown, both
just returned from the north, almost
went from the train to the ball park,
and tho neither could be said to be in
practice, both fell into their places
like parts of a standard machine. Its
customary to sjeak of efficient peo people
ple people as live wires, but Dinkins is a
bundle of them. In fact, the entire
Ocala team played well, and the boys
have never yet been beaten when they
played their best and all pulled to together.
gether. together. The Clearwater boys played well,
also; they just didn't play quite well
enough to win, but their worst was
better than the best of a good many
nines that have been seen on the Ocala
diamond.
It was the last game of the six,
and the record is as follows: Clear Clearwater,
water, Clearwater, three games' Ocala, one; tie
games, two.
A very noticeable feature is that
nobody in Ocala seems to le the least
bit sore over Clearwater's victories.
They are a fine' crowd of young men,
and their stay here has been a most
pleasant one for their Ocala friends.
We hope to see them again next sum summer,
mer, summer, and every other summer, as
long as baseball endures. If all the
amateur teams in the state played as
fairly and well, no more would be
needed for both fun and sport.
Following is a record of the game
by innings:
First Inning
Clearwater: Couch went out, short

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to first. Cobb struck out and Kirk
fouled out to first
Ocala: J. Chazal walked and stole
second. Harris was out third to first.
Batts singled and Chazal scored when
the firrt baseman threw wild to third.
Davis fouled out. Zewadski was out,1
catcher to first. I
Second Inning
Clearwater: Thomas was out, third
to first. Howell reached first on an er er-lor.
lor. er-lor. Davis struck out and McMullen
flew out to left.
Ocala: Brown was out, third to
first. Galloway flew out to second and
Dinkins was thrown out at first by
Thomas.
Neither team scored again until the
sixth inning, when Ocala knocked
Campbell out of the box.
Sixth Inning
Ocala: Davis walked and Zewadski
singled. Brown reached first on an er error
ror error and Davis scored on a wild pitch.
Blitch singled, scoring Zewadski;
Dinkins was out, catcher to first. Dew Dewey
ey Dewey singled, scoring Brown and Blitch.
J. Chazal flew out to center and Har Harris
ris Harris grounded out to first.
Seventh Inning
Ocala: Batts singled, Davis follow followed
ed followed suit and stole second. Zewadski
singled, scoring Batts. Brown reach reached
ed reached "first on an error, Davis scoring.
Zewadski scored when the catcherlet
a wide one get by. Blitch flew out to
third. Dinkins reached first on an er error
ror error and stole second. Dewey singled,
scoring Brown. Dinkins was caught
playing off of third. J, Chazal walked
and Dewey was caught napping on
third. Harris was thrown out at first.
Clearwater only got two hits off of
Harris, loth going to Kirk.
The Clearwater players have invit invited
ed invited the Ocala team to visit their city
week after next, and it is likely thai
the invitation will be accepted.
UNFAIR ADVANTAGE
Charged Against the State by Thaw's
Counsel Hearing Adjourned
Until Monday
New York, July 10. The charge of
John B. Stanchfield. chief counsel for
Harry K. Thaw, that the state had
an expert lip reader in the court trans translating
lating translating for the benefit of alienists the
whispered conversations of Thaw with
his attorneys, precipitated a request
yesterday afternoon by Deputy Attor Attorney
ney Attorney General Becker that a mistrial
le declared. Justice Hendrick refus refused
ed refused the request and instructed the jury
that the remarks by the counsel should
not be considered.
Thaw was a witness at the time and
was excused with the cross examina examination.
tion. examination. Thaw told the story of the shoot shooting
ing shooting of Stanford White and gave his
opinion of alienists. -Thaw was allow allowed
ed allowed to answer ouestions fully, with one
or two exceptions, and he answered
directly, and with emphasis. The spec spectators
tators spectators remarked that he seemed sure
of himself.
Justice Hendricks announced that
he had leen informed that Evelyn
Nesbitt Thaw was too ill to appear,
and Attorney Becker read to the jury
her testimony in the habeas corpus
proceedings in Whit 2 Plairs. The
reading was in progress when ad adjournment
journment adjournment was taken until I.Ioriday.
Another fresh shipment of Triola
sweets just in at Gerig's. tf.
FLORIDA

.1 Ali

Firmer Stand of Russians
Eastern Front

AND VICTORY OF BOTHA Hi
FEELING OF

(Associated Press)'

London, July 10. A feeling of op optimism
timism optimism is manifest here over the war,
due largely to Botha's victory in Ger German
man German Southwest Africa, and the Rus Russian
sian Russian stand near Lublin and along the
ZIotalipa river, which it is believed re retards
tards retards the German offensive on the
western front.
ADVANCE ON WARSAW BLOCKED
Petrograd officially reports blocking
the Teutons advance on Warsaw
from the north and east, declaring
Russians are aggressors below Lub Lublin
lin Lublin and the Teutons are retreating.
ITALIANS REPULSE AUSTRIAN'S
Rome reports that the Italians
have repulsed the Austrians in sev several
eral several sections.
TEUTONS AND TURKS CLAIM
SUCCESS
The Germans claim the repulse of
the trench attacks at Souchez and as assert
sert assert they have made further progress
in the Woevre district. The Turks have
continued their attacks in the Darda Dardanelles,
nelles, Dardanelles, and according to German cor correspondents
respondents correspondents have regained some
trenches from the British. They ha've
also appeared in the vicinity of the
British free port of Aden, on the
south coast of Arabia.
SUBS SUNK THREE SHIPS
The British steamer Ellesmore was
sunk today by a German submarine
off the Cornish coast. The crew was
saved, excepting the fireman who was
killed by a shell. The steamer Clio,
presumably Italian, and the Norwe Norwegian
gian Norwegian steamer Nordaas were sunk to today
day today by German submarines.
ATTACK AND REPULSE
The German official statement
claims advances in the Champaigne
district and Lepretre forest. The
French report they repulsed all Ger German
man German attacks last night.
CARMICHAEL IS A
STANCH CRAFT
Rammed a Tree and Lost Her Super
structure, but Went Along on'
Her Run
Shirt Tail Bend (via Conner) July
7. The G. A. Carmichael, Capt. Fred
Priest, with crossties for Jacksonville,
piled up on the sharp and treacherous
bend in the Gore creek section of the
Oklawaha, known to Oklawahans as
Shirt Tail Bend. The vessel was on
her way down stream, and as she
rounded the "tails," in the language
of the river boys, "it come off." For
just around the "tails," so lavishly
bogged in the green forest, stood an
overhanging tree. The "G. A." ram
med this tree in the next second and
tore off her superstructure and other
something elsies, as the cabin, gang gangway
way gangway chains, stanchion posts, etc. Her
canvas top went overboard, but her
cabin remained up, it being wrecked.
The vessel soon picked up and passed
Sunday Bluff (Ocala National Park)
just a few miles below here, half an
hour later.
On the up-stream trip, with freight
stuff for Ocalans, the vessel picked up
a fish trip in her propeller. She pass passed
ed passed the signal station at Conner under
one bell.
. The captain of the G. A. Carmichael
is an expert riverman. Captain Fred
Priest. The first mate is Carl Mason,
formerly captain of the City of Ocala.
Chief engineer, Mr. Harding of Sil Silver
ver Silver Springs.
All the river boats experience many
accidents upon thi3 treacherous stream
and the G. A. Carmichael is lucky.
On her last trip up-stream from
Palatka, the Sharpshooter of the Mills
steamboat line broke an axle.
A. A. G.
On Saturday and Monday, 16
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf

LOCAL NEWS
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SOUFH AFRICA CREATES A
0PTIHISL1
TAIII USES
FIVE BIlllOHS
EXPECTATIONS OF MONEY TO
CARRY ON TnE WAR ARE
EXCELLED
(Aaociated Press)
London, July 10. Subscriptions to
the greatest war loan in the world's
history closed at the Bank of England
this afternoon. The government re refuses
fuses refuses to state the amount requested.
It is believed Lombard street' con contribution
tribution contribution totalled a billion dollars. It
is estimated about five billions have
been lent the government in three
weeks. Chancellor of the Exchequer
McKenna announced the loan's sup support
port support satisfied all expectations.
GOLD MEDAL CONTESTS
w Two gold "medal contest have been
held this week. One of these was at
the M. E. church in Reddick" on July
8th, when the medal was awarded to
Miss Mary Belle Wilson of Reddick
on the selection: "Who "Struck the
Blow?"
The second one was held the next
night at Citra in the new school house.
The little band of temperance work workers
ers workers was met at the train and enter entertained
tained entertained until night. The contestants,
wearing their silver medals and com competing
peting competing for the gold one, made some
very fine speeches which were heartily
applauded. Hon. E. L. Wartmann pre presented
sented presented the medal with an. interesting
and encouraging talk to the speakers
and the other workers. This medal
was awarded to Miss Emelia Sneller
of Montbrook on the selection "The
Enemy Under the Flag." Representa Representative
tive Representative W. J. Crosby gave the temper temperance
ance temperance workers many words of help and
encouragement. He said that the
only time that the auditorium bad
ever been used was for the graduat graduating
ing graduating exercises lat month and now he
was glad that it had been christened
by the W. C. T. U. The offering at
this mcet'ng wai one of the most gen generous
erous generous we have received. The hospita hospitable
ble hospitable hnnri of W. J. Crosby was open
fr thor who Lad to leave en ths
t.lgi.fc train and he twk them all safe safely
ly safely to the train in two auto loads.v
Mrs. G. D. W.
SUNDAY EXCURSION
ON SILVER SPRINGS
The yacht Silver Springs will leave
the municipal docks at the head cf
the springs at 3:30 tomorrow after afternoon
noon afternoon for Delks Bluff and other points
of interest down the run and Okla Oklawaha
waha Oklawaha river; fare &0 cents for the
round trip. Bus will leave the city at
3 o'clock; fare 50 cents for round
trip. Everybody go and enjoy a cool
afternoon's outing. 10-lt
AMERICAN MARINES
ON TnE ISLAND
(Special to the Star)
Washington, July 10. One oCcer
and twenty-nine marines were landed
at Cape Haiten today, to protect Am American
erican American property from revolutionists.
EVEN LITTLE NORWAY
IS AHEAD OF AMERICA
tLaoclat(l Press)
Christiania, July 0. Parliament has
voted the sum of $6,500,000 for build building
ing building submarines and fortifying the en entrance
trance entrance to Christiania.
On Saturday and Monday, 13
pounds of sugar for $1, with cr.2 d:l d:l-lar's
lar's d:l-lar's worth of other grceer fcr
earn. Smith Grocery Co. PL

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J. II. Benjamin, Editor

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I

Hetherington of the Lakeland Tele Telegram
gram Telegram is a genuine plutocrat. He is
on his way to San Francisco, to at attend
tend attend the Panama Pacific exposition.

A man who can't look at a woman
or .girl who is prettily and comforta comfortably
bly comfortably dressed for summer weather with without
out without seeing something immoral, should
po to the sanitary inspector and have
his mind disinfected.

"Fine Oratory Heard at Marion
County Picnic," says a headline in the
Tampa Tribune. And who ever heard
of oratory in Marion county that
wasn't fine? St. Augustine Record.
Certain it is that we have as many
Ciceros as the average.

homes to the waters of the gulf in

their bathing suits. Ju-t our luck.
We were thinking of putting in a

week at St. Petersburg, viewing that
bathing suit parade and other attrac attractions.
tions. attractions. We have seen a great many la ladies
dies ladies and gentlemen, boys and girl?,
in bathing suits on the beaches of
Florida and other states, and never
thought the garb was immodest. Is
it that St. Petersburg has extra im immodest
modest immodest bathing suits, or extra modest
people. Or would prudi.h be better?

Every day we are expecting some re

former to censure the Almighty for
creating such a shocking thing as the

human form.

Th foHo-.ving from the Gain"vii
Sun is evidence that it was good
policy to erect the arches to advertise
the fair across Exposition and Magno Magnolia
lia Magnolia streets:
The stranger arriving in Ocala is
not there very long, nor can he travel
very fr, before he learns that it i i-proposed
proposed i-proposed to have a booming cour.ty
fair down in good old Marion Xh
fall. On the m:nn street, at south south-cast
cast south-cast and northwest corners of the
court ho"?e square, are two mammoth
archos proclaiming with silent, but
most poU-nt tongue, the fact of the on oncoming
coming oncoming fair. That is the way to do
things. Something on that order
would be a "telling" thing for the

.Alacnua county lair. It reo'urr

prir.tM .va s agricultural and self

-. f.irm-r living at
' v: r. : -at ;.g at the same place.
Mo-t of ( fa n-wives made their

s'-ap. ar i cc;ime a faying

.vhc'i thr-y were short of lye, they

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SUMTKR AND MARION'S
STATE SENATOR

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The news that a British submarine
has invaded the Baltic is interesting.
If a bunch of them get into that body
of water, they can, by using Russian
ports as a base, just about put an end
to the commerce between Sweden and
Germany on which the latter country
depends so largely for supplies.

Winifred Black says: "A woman
loves a man who will go to hell for
her;" but what business has she be being
ing being in hell? Times-Union.
If there are no women in hell, it
must be a very monotonous place.

:Micity and promotion" to make :h- J ,

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great expositions a success
same tactics will help out
even with a county fair.

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McINTOSH AN ALACHUA MAN

The extra modest people of St. Pe

tersburg want a stop put to the pleas-J

ant and convenient habit of citizens
and citizenesses going from their

The Star has never taken a phar

isaical view of the position of lawyers
toward criminals. Every criminal,
no matter how guilty, has a right to
have a lawyer, and it is the duty of a
criminal lawyer to clear his client if
he can, even if he knows him to be
guilty. But this does not excuse a
lawyer for trying to fasten a crime

on an innocent man in order to clear I

hi3 client. If, for instance, a lawyer.

in order to clear his client, who had

Gainesville Sun: The pleasing infor information
mation information has been received here of the
appointment of M. C. Mcintosh of
Hawthorne, this county, to the posi position
tion position of assistant state auditor by Gov Governor
ernor Governor Trammell. Mr. Mcintosh has
been connected with the comptroller's
office for several years and is emi eminently
nently eminently qualified for his new position.
There is not a more deserving man in
the state and his hundreds of friends

throughout Alachua county are deep

ly gratified that Governor Trammell
has recognized so deserving a citizen

of this county."

START SOMETHING

"We Treat Your Laundry White"

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this class of work gives the best work that is obtainable with
the least possible wear. If we are not now calling for your laun laundry
dry laundry just call PHONE 21 and let us prpve to you that there is no
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My attention ha3 been called to the fact that someone is circulat circulating
ing circulating an unfounded report that my Nickle Cigai-s contain scrap filler
unfit for High grade 5c Cigars.
If this party in question or any one else will prove that any of my
NICK LE BRANDS
MILO OEYO, FLORIDA EMBLEM,
EL TROPICO HAVANA SMOKERS
and GRAND ROYAL PONIES
contain any other than stripped long filler (which. J buy in original
packages) of which every leaf is stripped and handled in my factory
except PORTO RICO which I buy stripped from the importers, I
will pay above reward.
The party in question may have mistaken other brands of Cigars
for mine, and the assertion he made that scraps and sweepings are
not fit for high grade Nickel Cigars is correct, and beg to add hereto
that my Nickel brands of cigars in workmanship, material and
quality are not only second to none, but also superior to many dime
cigars on the market.'
MY CIGARS ARE MADE WITH A CONSCIENCE. THEREFORE
THEY ARE CIGARS WITH A CHARACTER.
It pays to be particular about what you smoke, as well as it does
about what you eat and drink.
Try one of my Cigars from your dealer and get the reward if you
can, or call at my factory and I will prove my assertion to your
fullest satisfaction. Respectfully,
El TROPICO CIGAR FACTORY,
Charles Peyser, Prop.
P. S. In order to consume my Cuttings, Scraps and Waste, I am
a registered Tobacco Manufacturer, and therefore I put up my Cut Cuttings
tings Cuttings and Scraps (after the dust is abstracted therefrom through a
machine) in packages of 2, 4, 8 and 16 ounces at 40c. per pound.
My cigar factory is No. 259. My tobacco factory is No. 12.

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HOUSEKEEPERS

Should Try the Refreshing Qualities
OF

IN BOTTLES
Phone Your Grocer for Small Case
Ocala Coca-Cola Bottling Works

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In going thru our exchanges ob

serving the activities throughout the

state, it is not hard to determine what

communities are doing things and I
have the progressive, go-forward
spirit. It is those with active boards
of trade, heralding large, frequent and
enthusiastic meetings.
Ocala, the Brick City, the solid city;
Marion, the best developed agricul agricultural
tural agricultural county in Florida. Take the re record
cord record of general crops cattle, hogs

and poultry raising presenting to

those investigating or wanting to find

better conditions than in their pres-l

ent localities, are always met with
information about our city and county
that is reliable and invited to come
and make personal inspection and be
convinced of our stability.
Onr people should arouse and get
together. Personal interchange of
views and ideas begets a stronger
and more enthusiastic spirit. Now,
more than any other period of our
history, should we be boosting and op optimistic.
timistic. optimistic. -Like begets like. We all
know what can be done and take too
much for granted that others know
and feel the same way. Let Ocala
have a big, rousing, old-fashioned,
get-together, boost meeting a smok smoker
er smoker or luncheon, with our leading men
to give fifteen and twenty-minute
hot, stirring talks, infusing this pro progressive,
gressive, progressive, active spirit into every citi citizen.
zen. citizen. How quickly it will dispel the
clouds of pessimism."
The Star quotes from Dixie's edi editorial
torial editorial page of this week the follow following
ing following and wants to suggest that young
Louis II. Chazal with Secretary J. D.
Roojiey organize a boost committee

and wage a campaign, hot and spicy,
until the good times will be so appar apparent
ent apparent our town and county pushing
ahead and all rejoicing. It can be
done.
The following from Dixie is cquaTTy
true of Ocala.
Sense and Sentiment
The Jacksonville board of trade is
urging increased activities alortfr com commercial
mercial commercial lines-.
Wednesday night of this week, at
the Hotel Mason, the governors of
this great-business organization at a
dinner, with some invited guests, dis discussed
cussed discussed various plans which give
promise of results.
Financial troubles have been mag magnified
nified magnified to the great injury of the busi business
ness business interests of the city.
Dixie is glad to note the renewed
activity of the board of, trade. The
officials and members are loyal and
represent that element that can ac accomplish
complish accomplish things if their efforts are
marked by determination.
The "Get Together Spirit" is im imperative
perative imperative now.
In the language of the Episcopal
prayer book: "We have erred and
strayed like lost sheep."
We have done those things which
we ought not to have done we have
left undone those things we ought to
havo done.
Rut there is help in us.
United and determined we can place
Jacksonville back where it was be before.
fore. before. We can and must eliminate all
discord and jealousies.
We must get the whole state to
love us again.
The local press and people have al always
ways always stood willing to give aid and
encouragement to all sections of Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. We expect and should insist that
reciprocity prevail.
There is much work to be done.
Go to it.

'--Urion of Friday, con-f-.'lo'ving
al 'ut Senator
til -'f the twentieth dis

tort, whfm A'trny General West
1 - sel e-1 r hi' assistant:
4iS'-rat TV-r. is a man who has
educrttl him c.. If y hi- own efforts,
and wail" rr.o-t of hi time has leen
spent a ten r-her, he having loen prin-

r.f fvrr.l f thn hit.h srhools of
:.ile, h" h:; a-o had consider-

v-.wrienco a-; a member of the legisla-

f,;re ard familiarity with the statute

law- of the state will make him a

valuable man in the attorney general's

. lie is highly regarded through

out the state ar! was recently tcn-

lered the position of assistant state
auditor wh'-n Hon. 11. A. Gray resign

ed that position to accept the appoint

ment of private secretary to the gov-

error. Jie r'ec!inei ilus position ana

accepted the position n the attorney
e-cneral's office.
"Senator Terrell is regarded as one
of the strong young men of the state.
II" is clean and capable, and a hard
worker. Hi jolection is regarded as
a mot desirable one, he being well
qualif-ed for the duties, having grad graduated
uated graduated with h'gh honors from the law
department of Cumberland Univer University.
sity. University. He also took an A. M. degree
from Chicago University.
"As the position to which Mr. Ter Terrell
rell Terrell ha' been appointed is not a state

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Loans Discounts, Collections, Exchange. Letters of Credit, Interest on
Deposits, Advice on Business and Investment Matters these are some of the
features of our service.
You sh tuld keep an active account with U5, and enjoy the service of this
strong financial institution.

The Ocala National Ban!

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office, there is no constitutional pro provision
vision provision requiring him to resign as state
senator any more than would be nec necessary
essary necessary if he were to teach school or
practice law in the interim. Mr. Ter Terrell
rell Terrell is a hold-over senator from the
twentieth district and he will le at
his desk in the Senate in 1917 battling
for the same class of good measures
that he advocated in the legislature
of iiu.vr

The Servant

lueslion

has no terrors for the
housekeeper who has her
kitchen equipped with a
GAS RANGE and a
WATER HEATER. The
cooking and cleaning on
Long Hot Days
are made easy with the
help of these ideal ser servants.
vants. servants. LET THEM HELP YOU
Keep your range clean.
A dirty gas range will
make a big gas bill.
Ocala Gas Company
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All Florida, particularly the news

paper men, will regret to learn of the

death, at his home in Tampa, Friday,
of Col. J. D. Calhoun, inspector of
customs at that port. Colonel Calhoun

was a native of Georgia, and was 72
years old. He had been a citizen of
Tampa for over 20 years, and as edi

tor first of the Herald and then of the

Times, won first rank among Florida

newspaper writers. He retired from

newspaper work about four years ago.

He was a sure-enough gentleman of
the old school, as well as a man of ex

ceptional ability.

The many Ocala friends of Rev.

Louis R. Warren will be pleased to
know that he will be here Monday for
a week's stay, combining business and

pleasure. He is now connected with
the Raptist home mission board and
travels over a number of the southern
states in his work. Reverend Warren

is also quite a successful fisherman
and his visits to Ocala always mean a
pleasant outing with our local sports sportsmen.
men. sportsmen. Just what program has been
made up for his entertainment in this
line during his stay the Star has not
learned.

A GOOD APPOINTMENT

E. C. Jordan & Co.
Funeral Directors and
Licensed Emhalmers

WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Licensed Knihalmer
Phone 10 Ocala, Fla.

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For Good Wood
BIG Load lor SI.
Your Order will have
'mmediute Attention-
J. L. SMOAR
At Smoak's Watfot? Shop.

HELPLESS AS BABY

This issue of the Williston Courier
reminds us of a joke that was told
many years ago on a little paper up
in Georgia. The editor of that paper
had an impediment in his veracity,
and told the truth only with considera considerable
ble considerable difficulty. The country around
about the village where his paper was

Down ia filinrl Unalle to Work,
and Ytat Helped Her.

Summit Point, W. Va. Mis. Anna
Pcl!e IZmcv, cf this place, says: "1 suf suffered
fered suffered for 15 years with an awful pain in
my right side, caused from womanly
trouble, and doctored lots for it, but with without
out without success. 1 suifercd so very much,
that 1 becams down in mind, and as help helpless
less helpless as a babv. I was in the worst kind
of shape. Was unable to do any work.
I bean taking Cardui, the womar's
tonic, and Gt relief from the very first
dose. Cy the time I had taken 12 bot bottles,
tles, bottles, my health was completely restored.
1 am now 4S years years old, but feel as
good as 1 did when only 10.
Cardui certainly saved me from losing
my mind, ar.d I feel it my duty to speak
in its favor. I wish 1 had some power
over poor, raffcrin women, and could
make them know the good it would do
them."
If you suffer from any of the ailments
peculiar to worr.cn it will certainly be
worth your while to give Cardui a trial.
It has been helping weak women for
more than L0 years, and will help you,
too.
Try Card:ti. Your druggist sells iL
Write ChVTuroca Medicine Co.. Ladies"
Advisor Bert, C-.a::ai.,.cv Tenn.. for Stctmi
InitrustHHit cr your cas and 6 4 r& book ."Home
TieaZtnent for W air. so," in juam wra per. W C 1 SI

Attorney General West is to be con congratulated
gratulated congratulated upon his selection of an as assistant.
sistant. assistant. Hon. Glenn Terrell is loth a
lawyer and a teacher of high ability.
He is a persistent plodder, always a
student, and one of the best informed
men in Florida. He digs deep for his
facts, and never opens his mouth until
he is sure that he is right. His argu arguments
ments arguments are therefore always convinc convincing,
ing, convincing, because they are true and they
cannot be controverted. Mr. Terrell
is a hold-over state senator from the
twentieth district.- It will le very
gratifying to his many friends and to
the state at large to know that his ac accepting
cepting accepting this position as assistant m
the office of the attorney general in
nowise interferes with his completing
his term as senator. He will be in
the Senate of 1917, battling in his
usual convincing style for every meas measure
ure measure looking to the improvement of
the educational system of the state
and for the development of Florida
along industrial, agricultural and
moral lines. Mr. Terrell is a man of
intellectual force, and will make his
presence felt in whatever line of en endeavor
deavor endeavor he undertakes. Times-Union.

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CAKES

Fresh Each Day
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We are baking all kinds of Cakes every day un under
der under our "DELICIOUS" brand, and every day sees
an increased demand. "There's a Reason."
We are making
Golden Slice,
Pineapple,
Raisin,
Chocolate,
Silver and
Pound Cake
You run no risk in buying "Delicious" cakes,
as we guarantee every piece. If for ANY REASON
it is not satisfactory return it and get back youi
money.

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"Tlie Home of Carter's Delicious Cakes
PHONE 360

NORTH MAIN ST.

OCALA, FLA.

SAFETY FIRST

Don't weaken your health by allow allowing
ing allowing yourself to become constipated.
Take a mild, sure laxative. Nyal's
Figsen is an effective aid to nature
not a harsh stimulant. Get a ten cent
1kx of these candy tablets now, at th th-Annex
Annex th-Annex Drug Store. lC-tf

U. D. C NOTICE

Dickison Chapter, U. D. C will hold
its monthly business meeting Friday

afternoon at 4 o'clock at the home of

Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk.
Mrs. A. A. Winer, Rec. Sec'y-

AUTOMOBILES O.V CREDIT

Do you want to get the latest
model, most popular medium priced

automobile on easy payments? If ko

address Hox 1G4, Ocala, Fla. 1-m.
Try one of thor frosted pints of
P1.r's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's, tf

ATTENTION
GROWERS

We are prepared to attend
to your wants for harvesting
your crops at re a s o n a b 1 (
prices.
"ENTERPRISE" Canning Oulfil
THREE SIZES
CARLOAD No. 1 and 2 Cans
Tomato Wrappers & Fruit Jars
IN ANY QUANTITY
Picking Baskets
MclVER & MacKAY
OA GDIS TA NCE PHONE 47
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OCALA, FLORIDA.

CAPITAL STOCK S50.000.00.
Stale, County and City Depository.

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Shows Commencing 3:30, 5:15,7 and 8:45 P. I.

TRY our Fresh Meat it will
please you. Fresh Veg Vegetables
etables Vegetables in season.
Also fine line of Groceries.
Gari-Tiomas C."-
Ocala, Florida.

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OCALA EVENING STAR. SATURDAY. JULY 10. 1913

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I OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS

(If you have any items for this department, call 'phone 106)

Thought for the Day
Is it rainy, little flower?
Be glad of rain;
Too much sun would wither thee,
Twill shine afrain;
The clouds are very thick, 'tis true;
But just behind them smiles the blue.

j was callo'l by hi
her father, Mr. J
I accompanied horn

j S. L. Patterson
j joined there )r,
j Annie Ix-'ter Vt
I Hon and tlauyht:
1 lanta to remain

-::-:-:::-5 relatives for ten days after which she meeting !ein deferred from Friday,
will return to Ocala for another visit the regular club day. Givin;; nddi-

I mother, Mrs. K. J. Red-: tional pleasure to the afternoon was
leaving for home. ; the presence of two membe rs, Mi.-c-
i r-i n P.l.in n r. r m t t 1 k hi.

Mr. Alfred Green is expected home ; whr have been absent for n-vcrul
within the next day or two from months, and the h.tess charming
Rockbridge Baths, Ya., to spend the ; i-ster, Mrs. George It. McXean. Others
remainder of the summer with his j cornicing th- thre e tables were Mrs.
father. Mr. L. X. Green. Last win-j w- K- Zewadski, Jr.. Mioses M-itgaiet
ter he attended school in Lexington Taylor, Hop P.r.bsnson. Adeic Bitt in-

Art thou weary, tender heart?
Be glad of pain;
In sorrow sweetest things will grow
As flowers in rain;

God watches, and thou will have sun,;

done. Selected. l'11.

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line--- nnd death of
M. Barco. She was

-:c by Ivr .-i-ter, Mrs.
f M:ami, v,ho will be
;;-r daughtfr, Miss
.ttr-on. Mrs. Patter Patter-r
r Patter-r :ire n route to At At-until
until At-until December.

ai:d is now visiting his grandmother!1". Mary B'irford, K :gei ia Fuller.

at Bochbridge Baths.

Mrs. B. D. Blackburn and son Mas Master
ter Master Ben Culverhouse, are at Mt. Airv,

- j X. C, where they went Tuesday in
Mr. jrnd Mr:-, f'hu ence Camp, Miss- f response to a telegram announcing the

es t,amp ana tneir nouse guests, ieain oi .ir. jiacKuurn s miie niece.

Bov.en of Xorfolk, Ya., j Louise IiOng. Mr. Blackburn and ht-

I f-i r r'-!l of Whaleyville, tie Misses Jeanette and Jessie Ray

Ile.-ter Dewey. A:.:i:' Atkin.-on ;u;l
Mr-. J. II. Walfv. After the game--
sandwiches aid mint ice tea wt-ie
served. The prie v as a pretty silk
sewing bag.

Mrs. J. K,
Austin write

that thev

are

Austin d Miss Jean
from San I Cix.x

en ovmg lmnu-ns-iv

sKtor Mn. : Culverhouse" who are not with their? their Ft ay in Southern California.

Norfolk, arc spending j grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A.;Jhfy will rot go to San Fmncisco
1 nt Lake Weir, occunv-1 Carmichael, will join Mrs. Blackburn I until about August 1st. as they vi--h

ing the Camp home which has recent- in a few days.
ly undergone a thorough renovation.;

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U. D. C. Meeting j
The July monthly meeting of Dick-j

ison chapter, U. D. C, was held yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs.
S. T. Sistrunk. Mrs. E. L. Carney,
first vice president, presided.
The minutes of last meeting and a
recent call meeting were read and ap approved.
proved. approved. The report of the treasurer
was ordered filed.
Mrs. C. Carmichael and Mrs. II. If.
Kemp were instructed to write a note
for the press, thanking all who 'con 'contributed
tributed 'contributed to the success of the dinner
given Tuesday in honor of the .vet .veteran?.
eran?. .veteran?. Mrs. Annie Waldo Van Deman of
this city -and Mrs. Cross of Crystal
River, were unanimously elected mem members
bers members of the chapter.
A demit was reluctantly given Miss
Dora Pelot of Owens.
The chapter voted to order seventy seventy-five
five seventy-five Confederate grave markers from
the South Florida Foundry & Machine
Works, Orlando.
All bills pending from the dinner
were ordered paid.
Mrs. Norris and Mrs. J. T. Lancas Lancaster
ter Lancaster were appointed a visiting commit committee
tee committee for the coming month.
There being no further business the
chapter adjourned to meet next month
with Mrs. E. L. Carney, after which
a social half hour was enjoyed with
the hostess. Fruit salad, piekles,
wafers and sandwiches were served.
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Mrs. E. T. Porter returned to Lady
Lake this afternoon after enjoying a
visit of several days in the city with
friends.
Mr. B. A. Weathers, who has been
spending the past three weeks in New
York City, Shorthills, N. J., and Am Amherst,
herst, Amherst, Mass., will return home the
first of next week. Mrs. Weathers,
Miss Janet Weathers and Mr. Paul
Weathers will not return for a fort fortnight.
night. fortnight.
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Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Goodwin of Or Orlando,
lando, Orlando, who made their home at Levon
for several years, are visiting at Mrs.
Goodwin's former home' in Greens Greensboro,
boro, Greensboro, N. C. Mr. Goodwin will return
to Florida about the 15th and Mrs.
Goodwin will remain away until fall.
Mrs. S. A. Standley will leave Mon Monday
day Monday for Jacksonville to be the over overnight
night overnight guest of her daughter, Mrs. Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Clark. Tuesday Mrs. Standley
will leave for the west, joining the
party under the supervision of Prof.

Gates of Madison. There will be
125 in the party, mostly Floridians.
They will travel in special cars and
their itinerary will include stops at
all important places along the route,
!il a r 1 A. it Tl

wim a stay oi a weeiv ai uie i ana ma

exposition. The trip will extend thru
four weeks. The many friends of Mrs.
Standley are wishing her a most
pleasant and safe journey.

Misses Helen and Dorothy Dean
concluded today a delightful visit to
their cousins, Misses Catharine and
Mary Harriet Livingston, leaving for
their home in Gainesville, Ga. Misses
Dean have been the inspiration for a
series of charming parties and during
their visit made a host of friends
who will welcome them gladly on fu future
ture future visits.
Miss Byrd Armstrong of Madison,
arrived yesterday and in the after afternoon
noon afternoon went to Electra to visit her aunt,

Mrs. J. C. Pillans for a month.
Mr. II. M. Hampton returned last
night from Asheville, N. C, where he
took his car two weeks ago for his
family who are summering there.
Mrs. C E. Ahearn and bright little
son Charles Edward, Jr., left today
for Fayetteville, N. C, which place
they will make their future home, Mr.
Ahearn having accepted a position
traveling for the American Tobacco
Co. We sincerely regret the loss of
this young couple, but wish for them
all success in their new home.

Va., and Mi
Anderson of
the v. eel: en

to tour the state thoroughly

Mr. and Mr-. Camp a
their guests Mr. and Mr

eted in business in Brunswick and
formerly was owner of the tug Edgar
F. Coney, which now is owned local locally.
ly. locally. The party plans to visit a number
of places in this vicinity before re re-t'rr.Ing
t'rr.Ing re-t'rr.Ing home. Times.
Mr. V. V. Coney, Jr., made Ocala
hi h n-e for several years.
The supper given by the ladies of
he North Ocala church Thursday
':;;'ht was a very pleesant occasion.
;n 1 largely attended. A numler
af pcop'e from the main portion of:
the city were present. j
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Charles M. Gray leaves this evening1
for Clearwater by rail and from that
point will drive with a party of friends
in a car as far as Tarion Springs to'
attend a dance given there tonight by:
Miss Starr Cheyney. He will return
torr.oj row. St. Petersburg Independ-j
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Miss Bernice Lyle, of Bartow, and1,
Miss Helen Brown, of Ocala, are two

lso have as! Mrs. Henrv Lonir of Madison will! Miss Clara Mae and M-a-tor Ran-

a. C II. Lloyd, 'spend the next few days with Mrs. J. I dolph Staley of Palmetto are guests ; charming young ladies in the city;

W. Hood, cominir in from her former i of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.

Mr. L. R. Cr.ar.al and daughter Miss ; home at Martel either this afternoon Chas. L. Moore". Their parents, Mr.
Onie Chazal, returned home yesterday! or Monday. 'and Mrs. E. C. Staley, are going to

the former from South Carolina and i 'the Panama-Pacific exposition.

Mr.

the latter from a visit of six weeks! Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Deubel have re- J Staley is in the employ of that op

to Richmond. Phikukdnhia, Xew York! turned Horn a several weeks' trip toipressive corporation.

and West Point. j Cincinnati and other points.
j
"Marowood" is. the s cene of a jolly i Mrs. R. C. Camp and two children

week-end house party, Mr. and Mrs. : left yesterday for Toxaway, N. C, to!

R. h'. Anderson having a their guests j spend a month with her sister, Mrs.
Misses Blair Wood row, Franklin Ha r- j George Armstrong,
vey and Martha Kate Rents:. j
j The young ladies' auction club en-
Miss Genevieve Redding of Jackson- joyed a delightful meeting this aft-

ville has gone to Brooksville to visit ernoon with Miss Alice Bullock, the I stages. Mr. Coney is heavily inter-

this week, the guests of Miss Flossie

Byrd. This isn't their first visit to j
Live Oak, and their many friends J

will I e delighted to learn of their
return. Live Oak Citizen.

the Seaboard 1

Air Line, which gives its employes a A new line of high grade stationery
vacation .with transportation to any in all the latest styles and cuts at
part of the country once a year. Gerig's. tf.

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Everything to go at slaughtered prices.
PANAMAS $1.00
Hemps, Milans, Novelty Braids, etc. Excellent
values at unheard of prices. Trimmed Hats Sacra Sacra-ficed
ficed Sacra-ficed for cash. This sale will continue for Ten Davs
ending JULY 21st.

Affleck's flill inery

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Upstairs

Helvenston's

Ocala
Florida

Mr. and Mrs. K. F. Coney, of Bruns Brunswick,
wick, Brunswick, Ga., -accompanied by K. F.
Coney, Jr., and V. D. Coney, arriv arrived
ed arrived yesterday at the DeSoto hotel,
coming in their automobile by easy

Use Nyal's iamiiy remedies. All
jnrood good for all. Sold by Annex
Drug Store. lG-tf

Trade at Gerig's Ocala's best drug
-tore. tf.

OUR ICE' HS PUCKS'-D

Nature and science combine to make it so. Every precaution is taken to
protect it from contamination while it goes, through the processes which r
suit in a cube of glistening goodness.
Full weight and sa'isfartory service go with this good ice of pra. Let m
hare your custom- we deserve it.
Ocala. Ice & Padded Co.

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We are going to retire from the Men's Clothing and Furnishing business. Our entire stock on

hand including all our Crisp New Desirable Shir ts, Neckties, Clothing, Underwear, etc., values at about I

$109000, is now offered at remarkably low prices. This is a real opportunity for men to save I
real money and lots of it by purchasing their needs here n6w. i

The reason for this sale is plausable and honest. We are going to abandon
our men's clothing and furnishing store and use the space for our fast growing wo women's
men's women's wear business. There is no trickery, no deciet, no false motive back of our
action. We simply want more room lor other goods and have decided that the
men's store is the one to close out.

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Now we want to transfer this merchandise from our store to you men in the
shortest possible time. How are we to do this? By cutting prices of course. And
that we have done. In many cases the prices we're quoting now are actually less
than the goods cost us. Do you see the saving possibilities for you? New Suits,
Hats, in fact, all mens clothing and furnishings offered at remarkable prices.

Come to this Closing Out Sale, Men. Buy Your Furnishing Needs and
Save Money Be Here Early, lor these Bargains will go Mighty Fast

MEN'S HATS AT MUCH LESS THAN VALUE
Every good shape and kind is offered in this assortment

at the deepest price cuts of the
season. These prices will surely
move them out into bargain seek seekers
ers seekers hands at once. Even if you

have a good hat now you will be

in need of another later. Get it
here now and save money.
MEN'S STRAW HATS
We have reduced all of our new

Straw Hats, the $1.50
to $3 grade to

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other Hats as low in this
sale as..

Men's and Boys' Silk and Straw Hats in this sale
as low as
All of our Men's Fe't Hats have been reduced, some
hats that sold for $2 as low as

All of our $3 Grades can be bought during this
Closing Out Sale for

$1.00

50c
35c
98c

$1.95

JUST A FEW LITTLE THINGS
Men's He Handkerchiefs in this sale Qr
at only OU
Men's 10c Handkerchiefs in this sale "7p
at only t
Men's 15c Collars in this sale at Iflp
only I UU
Men's 50c Belts in this Closing Out OCri
Sale for only OJU
Men's 25c Belts in this sale at 1 Qp
only lob
Men's 50c Suspenders in this sale QCri
at only ... OJu
Men's 25c Suspenders in this sale IQp
for only I3b
Men's 15c Suspenders at this sale Iflp
for only UU
Men's 50c Night Shirts in tins sale OOri
for only OOu
50c Elastic Seam Drawers in this OCp
- sale at only ... : ....www
Men's 2-piece Bathing Suits in this 1 Qp
sale for wU

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GREATLY REDUCED
$18 Suits, strictly hand tail tailored,
ored, tailored, several (fj-f QC
styles all wool PH-wu
$15 Suits, hand tailored, as assorted
sorted assorted materials f Q QC
stitched fronts at ?w30
$12.50 Suits, all wool, assort assorted
ed assorted styles and ma- (TO A C
terials at ... 4U.tU

We have a large stock of odds

and ends in this sale that 1
will go at from D QC
$3.95 to 40.30
MEN'S PANTS
One big lot of assorted ma materials
terials materials and styles QQf
sold up to $8 at wUb

Every Pair of Pants in Stock Reduced

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Mrs. J. W. Morrison and little
daughter were in town yesterday shop shopping.
ping. shopping. Mr. J. G. Spurlin and Miss Sallie
Spurlin were Lake Weir visitors to
Orlando Thursday.
Miss Chita Kendrick of Tampa,
who visits Mrs. Frances Hawse and
family, is now a visitor to Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, en route to Rockhill, S. C.
Misses Nan Brooks and Susie Ervin
arrived last night from Gainesville,
where they are attending normal
school, for a week-end visit at home.

Miss Annie Benton Fuller is a week
end visitor to Lake Weir, a guest at
the Mclver home.
Miss Sue Barco has returned to
Clearwater from Miami, where she

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MEN'S UNDERWEAR
All 50c Athletic Underwear, including
the famous B. V. D. and other 0"7p
best mnkfs nt. rfr armpnt O I u

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Men's $1 Union Suits reduced in
this sale to
All 50c grades of Balbriggan Un Un-.
. Un-. derwear reduced to
All 25c grades of men's under under-'wear
'wear under-'wear reduced to.
A Special lot of men's 2-piece

bathing suits at only, per suit

75c
37c
19c
19c

PALM BEACH SUITS

We have been selling the Genuine
Palm Beach Cloth suits all this
season. Our prices have been $6.50
$7 $7,50. You can now have your
choice of various styles and mater

ials during- this sale for
only

$4.95

AH alterations will be made free
of charge

MEWS SHORTS REDUCED

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Yes we have reduced the former prices of these shirts,
to buy several now. Come early for best choice.

It will pay you

DRESS SHIRTS
$1.50 Dress Shirts, leading makes $1
$1 Dress Shirts, leading makes T9C
75c Dress Shirts, assort, style 4-5 C
50c Dress Shirts, assort, style 39 C
All styles, soft and laundered.

WORK SHIRTS. OVERALLS
Heavy 50c Work Shirts at 39C
Light Blue Chumbry Shirts 29 C
$1 Overalls, all makes 82C
75c Overalls, assorted makes 62 C
50c Overalls, only a few left 39C

NECKWEAR -- SUPPORTERS

One Lot SOc ties to go at -250

.15c
37c
at 17C

One Lot 25c ties to go at

Better 50c ties to go at..
Paris and Boston Garters

10c Grades, assorted colors at 7c
15c Grades, assorted colors at IOC
25c Grades, assorted colors at 18c
50c Grades, assorted colors at 39C

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Every thing sold at this
sale will be for Cash only.
Nothing charged to any anyone
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THE TIMID MR. TOOTLES Vitagraph Comedy in two reel?, fea featuring
turing featuring Sidney Drew and Betty Gray.
MOTHER OF PEARL Lubin Comedy, featuring Arthur .Tohn?on ami
Lottie Briscoe.
THE FACE AT THE WINDOW Selig Drama.
PATHE NEWS AND CARTOONS.
ADMISSION: From 3:3 Ojo 10:30, FIVE AND TEN CENTS

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THE SQUARE DEAL WINS; WE KNOW IT. YOU
WILL GET IT FROM US; AND YOU WILL KNOW IT
EVERY TIME YOU BUY AND USE OUR HARD HARDWARE.
WARE. HARDWARE. IT IS QUALITYtTHAT COUNTS. IT IS OUR RULE
TO GIVE STANDARD, RELIABLE HARDWARE AT
LOW, FAIR SQUARE PRICES; TO STAND BACK OF
EVERYTHING WE SELL AND "MAKE GOOD."

WE CARRY THE STOCK.
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How Does it Affect You?
Isn't it mostly in your stomach, caused from too much ice
water, summer fruitsand melons, or over-eating? Don't
you frequently feel bloated and stuffy, especially after eat eating?
ing? eating? Sloats Bitters, the old reliable, corrects all such dis disorders,
orders, disorders, puts what you eat where it belongs; digests your
food, cures indigestion.
EQUALLY GOOD FOR ALL AGES.
Purely Vegetable. No Narcotics or Opiates.
At all drug stores 50c and 1.00.

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Palm Beach and Duck Suits. Being
heated by steam, it can not scorch.
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PRACTICAL
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Careful Estimate : on all Con Con-(tract
(tract Con-(tract work. Give M .,tv and Better
Work for the Morcy than Any Other
Contractor in the eity
Woodmen meet Friday eveni
mg.

A full line of loose leaf ledger?,
note Looks and memorandums al always
ways always on hand at Gerig'.. tf
Prof. R. W. Van Brunt has been re reelected
elected reelected principal of the Palatka high
school.
"Carter's Delicious" slice cake is
made clean, sold clean and delivered
clean. Ask your grocer for Carter's
cake
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Mr.
Heron Todd, after a very suc
cessful trip out on the road, is in town
for Sunday.
"Carter's Delicious" slice- cake is
sold by all the leading grocers. Ask
for it. Eight ounces for 10c. tf
Rev. Bunyan Stephens will preach
at the Fellowship church tomorrow
afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.
Hou?es for rent on Daugherty
street, all modern conveniences. Ap-
nlv to A. G. Gates at Gates' Gar-1
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age. 15-tf
Mr. and Mrs.- J. H. -Taylor will en entertain
tertain entertain at an informal splash party
Friday afternoon in compliment to
Miss Mav Hall of St. Petersburg.
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open nignt
.nd day. Merchant's Cafe. tf
Mrs. H. V'. Tucker was taken to
the hospital this morning to undergo
an operation this afternoon for ap appendicitis.
pendicitis. appendicitis. SEE 'llifc FARM on the S-l'-er
Springs road which furnisncs the
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Merchant s eaie every uay wun j
fiesh vegetr les, milk and eggs, tf j
Mr. M. G. Davis the lumber man of
Zu'oer and Citra is among the promi prominent
nent prominent business men in the city today.
For plumbing and electrical work
see H. W. Tucker. Phone 300 i
The younger baseball players of
the city went to Oak today to cross
I bats with the boys of that village.
ihe latest uoiumma pnonograpn re-
cords are now to be had at the Ocala
Loan and Tawn Office at greatly re-
duced prices. Many entirely new songs,
dialogues, etc., just in. "Why Pay
Ar09 o t
31ore' J ot
The Varnada hotel, where many
Ocala traveling men made their home
wniie in i5rooKsvme, is now owneu iy
Mr. W. M. Iazaron, who purchased
this week the interests of Mr. II. S.
7oller.
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Have you tried those delicious Max Max-ixe
ixe Max-ixe cherries? f0 cents per pound, at
Gerig's. tf.
Farmer Light of Reddick is among
the business visitors in town today.
Mr. Charles Rheinauer is a mem member
ber member of the Lake Weir contingent who
will make his trips hereafter in a
Ford, purchasing one yesterday.
The Tostal Telegraph Company is
now communicating with Summer Summer-field
field Summer-field and Oxford by telegraphone. That
is, it has telephone communication
with those two place, using the tele telegraph
graph telegraph wire for both purposes. The
Summertleld office is with the Chron Chronicle.
icle. Chronicle. If you want to talk over this
line you can do so by going to the
Postal ofllce.
Captain Tucker is not improved to today.
day. today. I Our forrrser fellow citien,' Mr. R.
ITyrran, now of Lakeland, was
town today.
F.
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Pabst T!ue Ribbm Peer, the
purest and most healthful of
best.
ALL
summer drinks, nt
Johnny's Place, tf
Ballard has sold out his first batch
of blueback spellers and received an another
other another shipment. The books are most mostly
ly mostly bought by old boys who desire to
stir up fond memories.
People going to the postoffice from
this side of town are sore because
their convenient little cutoff across
the Ray lot is blocked with agricul agricultural
tural agricultural machinery.
POINTS THE WAY
The Statement of this Crystal River :
Resident Will Interest Our
Readers
Our neighborhood town, Crystal ;
River, points the way in the words of j
one of its most respected citizens:
M. Peterson, Box 93, Crystal River,
Fla., says: "I was annoyed by a lame;
back and pains in my kidneys. It hurt
me to stoop or lift and my kidneys
didn't act regularly. I used two box boxes
es boxes of Doan's Kidney Pills and they ;
regulated the action of my kidneys;
and removed the lameness and sre-'
ness in my back."
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't ask j
for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kid- j
ney Pills the same kind that Mr. Pe- 1
terson
had.
Foster-Milburn Co.,
Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
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White Liniment. Use it for
aches and pain, bruises and sprains.
Sold y Annex Drug Store. lG-tf i
Nor? i fa"-
to satisfy. To
Court I 'ha rr-.:-
crndles never failed
!. had only at the
Ct.
Dr. P. Pii'ar.s of Orlando, after a
brief visit to his parents. Mr. and Mrs.
J. C. Piilans at E! ira. left yesterday
for the mountains of North Carolina
to spend several months. He was ac accompanied
companied accompanied by his brother, Mr. Charles
Piilans of Fort Gren.
The Pathe Weekly, a lively Vita Vita-graph
graph Vita-graph comic and a good Lubin drama
is the Temple's good bill for this
evening. Monday the Temple will
have "Neptune's Daughter," the most
famous picture in the United States.
Mi -; Ethel Seymour left yesterday
for Macon, Ga., to visit until Monday,
leaving then for Atlanta, where she
will spend six weeks taking a -special
cours s at the Southern Shorthand and
Business University. At Macon she
will be joined by her sister, Mrs. Susie
MePherson, who will go to Atlanta
with her.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dixon are on
their way to North Carolina, going
overland in their automobile. They
will take in Atlanta and a number of
other cities on their way. Mr. Dixon
w'll return in about a month while
Mrs. Dixon will spend the remainder
of the summer with relatives in the
Old Nojth State.
PEA SEED FOR SALE
I have for sale 100 bushels of
choice seed Clay and Whipporwill
Pc.. Will shin to order or deliver at
j my farm, four miles from Ocala on
Anthony read (Boiler farm.) Meade
Oliver, P. O. Ocala. 9-fri-tues 4t
Benefited by Chamberlain's Liniment
"Last winter I used Chamberlain's
Liniment for rheumatic pains, stiff stiffness
ness stiffness and soreness of the knees, and
can conscientiously say that I never
used anything that did me so much
jrood." Edward Craft, Elba, N. Y.
Obtainable- everywhere. Adv.
Diarrhoea Quickly Cured
About two vears affQ j had a se.
Veve attack of diarrhoea which lasted
j for over a week," writes W. C. Jones
I Buford I.N. D. "I became so weak that
i1 cou! not Ptand upright. A druggist
recommended Chamberlain's Colic,
j Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. The
i first dose relieved me and within two
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Beauty More Than Skin Deep
A beautiful woman always has good
digestion. If your digestion is faulty.
j namneriain s iaoiets will uo you
'good. Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
CHILDREN'S
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MONDAY, JULY 12
We will put on sale a
very lare line of the
newest styles of
Hoy's r nd CilrTs
Silk and Slraw Hals
Don't fail to look in the
window.
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MERCHANTS 4 MINERS TRAHS.CO
Steamship Lines
Jacksonville
TO
Boston
New York
Baltimore
Vv'ashinoton
Philadelphia
New
scrvic"
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to all
Steamers. Low Fares. Best
Wirc-less telegraph on all
T!. rough fares and ticket3
.e:n and Western points.
Automoi i'-.-s tarried.
Tor rcct rvations, tickets, etc.
Addrexs
II. C. AVERY. AGENT
Jacksonville, Fla..

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They come in many attractive designs and colors,
neat figures and stripes in lavender, pink, blue and
green on white grounds and they are ideal for summer
dresses.
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A full line of Corn, Oats, Bran,
Short?, Hay and Mr'asses feeds. C5tf
UNCLASSIFIED ADS
WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
LOST A brown and white bulldog
puppy named Jack. A suitable reward
will be given for its return to W. II.
Marsh at Marsh's Market. 10-Ct
FOUND A pair of chauffeur's gog goggles.
gles. goggles. Finder may have same by call calling
ing calling at this office and paying reward
and expenses. 8-6t
PIANO FOR SALE J. & G. Fisher j
instrument, with ivory keys; in thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly good condition; cheap for
cash or on easy payment plan. E. C.
Jordan & Company, 223 W. Broad Broadway.
way. Broadway. Phone 10. 7-Ct
FOR SALE Twin Indian motorcycle,
1914 model, equipped with lights, ex extra
tra extra seat, etc.; in excellent condition. A
bargain. Call at 72G E. Third street.
Phone 181. 7-7-3t
I WANTED A party of two or three
to go to Miami in Overland car, leav leaving
ing leaving Ocala or Eastlake Thursday
morning. For particulars phone Mar Marion
ion Marion Bottling Works. 7-C-2t
FOR SALF. Young mare, 7 to 8
years old, good saddle horse, works
double or single; five head young milk
cows and two calves; washing ma machine;
chine; machine; five acres of corn ground.
Reasonable price. Address Box C2,
Belleview, Fla. 7-7-Ct
WANTED A first class turpentine
woodsman, married but without chil children.
dren. children. Must be strictly sober and a
hustler, willing to work for small sal salary.
ary. salary. Apply Fairfield Naval Stores Co.,
Fairfield, Fla. 28-12t
FOR RENT Five-room cottage with
modern conveniences, gas, electricity,
baths, etc. Apply to Mrs. Jake Brown,
North Tuscawilla street, or phone
1C2. 2C-tf
FOR RENT' Well located and nlcelj
furnished rooms in residence nexl
to the Colonial; also for light
Housekeeping. Inquire at the Co
lonial. 7-tf
ROOMS AND BOARD Large
rooms with board at special sum summer
mer summer rates.. Mrs. M. E. Eryin. at
Carlton Hcuse. 19-1 mo.
WANTED To borrow $1000 for five
years at 8 per cent interest. Loan
will be secured by mortgage on grove
property on Lake Weir. Address
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We bought a wonderful lot
of these pretty crepes knowing
that all practical women would
be glad to secure them at an
advantage.
Now they are here and will
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Tickets sold for all regular trains,
JULY 22nd, 1913.
Leare
1:30 A. M. 1:17

(4:30 train only for Tampa.)
G. Z. PHILLIPS, A. O. P. A. JOHN BOISSEAU, C. T. A
Jacksonville. Fla. Ocala. Fla.

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Only Direct Line from Jacksonville
Fare includes meal3 and stateroom berth.
TICKETS NOW ON SALE COOL ON ANY SHIP
FINAL RETURN LIMIT OCTOBER 3Ht.
CHARLESTON EXCURSIONS
Write for schedule and further particulars.
H. G.WENZEL Florida passenger agent
Ticket Office, Pier 1, Foot nt Liberty street.
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

NEW AUTOMOBILE ON CREDIT
If you want to purchase a new au automobile
tomobile automobile on easy payment, get the
information by addressing Box 164,
Ocala. Fla. 6-19-12t
Traveling Man's Experience
"In the summer of 1888 I h&d a very
severe attack of cholera morbus. Two
physicians worked over me from four
a. m. to G p. m. without giving me any
relief and then told me they did not
expect me to live; that I had best tele telegraph
graph telegraph for my family. Instead of doing
so, I gave the hotel porter fifty cents
and told him to buy me a bottle of
Chamberlain s Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy,, and take no sub substitute.
stitute. substitute. I took a double doe accord according
ing according to the directions and went to sleep
after the second dose. At five o'clock
the next morning I was called by my
order and took a train for my next
stopping point, a well man but feel feeling
ing feeling rather shaky from the severity of
the attack," writes II. W. Ireland,
Louisville, Ky. Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.
On Saturday anS Monday, 16
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 43 L tf

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PHONES 47. 101, 203
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PWet Metal XWUr.
Metml itw Mns.
Armm XetM rwlrrrta.
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TwrpetitlM mu mmd tpm.
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Sold by the Ocala L-:
Supply' fomrr,