The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
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English
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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FURNISHINGS
For All of the Homes
TK1I CO.
THE FURNITURE MEN
FUMMITUME
AT RIGHT PRICES
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Theus-Zachry Co,
VOL. 19.
OCALA, FLOKLDA, MONDAY, APRIL 28, 1913
NO. 283

TKKUD OLD Hi

Solou I. It; lit Det-ided that the Cogno Cognomen
men Cognomen Wan d- that Exactly
Suited
Tallahassee. April 27. Representa Representative
tive Representative Li'jht of .Marion was on the war warpath
path warpath the other day, looking for the
newspaper correspondent who had
dubhed him Old Trouble. Stopping In
at pres-i headquarters the Marion
-ounty member had trouble in identi identifying
fying identifying the writer, for one by one the
press representatives denied the, alle allegation,
gation, allegation, but when they found that the
representative ,waa really pleased over
the name there was a rush to claim the'
credit.
"I guests that name just suits me,"
pa'd Mr. Liht, '"and I called to con congratulate
gratulate congratulate the man who had located me
so accurately."
As a matter of fact the Marlon
county member i.-i one of the most act active
ive active and clear-headed of the entire
membership. His resolution relating
to local bills that had not been prop properly
erly properly advertised wa.s the matter that
Kained him the appellation of Old
Trouble, and many of the members
who voted acrainst it are willing to
admit now that he was right.
Mr. Light is interested in a number
of important measures. He has a re reapportionment
apportionment reapportionment bill and a redistricting'
bill. The latter seeks to throw the ag agricultural
ricultural agricultural section of the xtate into one
district in the north central portion,
the other three to have a seaport each,
Tampa in one, Jacksonville in another
and I'ensacola i another.
His assessment bill is of greater
interest to the member, perhaps, than
the others. He wants to have a tax
commission created so that there will
be a uniform system of taxation. Forty
of the states have tax commissions, he
says, and as it is in Florida every
county tax assessor is his own boss
and instead of having a uniform sys system
tem system there is a heterogeneous system
of forty-eight units. The member from
Marion believes there is great oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity for improving the tax laws and
he is going to give his best attention
to doing 4t.
Representative Light Is a farmer and
he is about light. He has been roving
around the capital nearly a day before
the House meets.
PAIXS I-TIIE STOMACH
If you continually complain of pains
in the stomach, your liver or your kid kidneys
neys kidneys are out of order. Neglect may
lead to dropsy, kidney trouble, d'a d'a-betes
betes d'a-betes or Eright's disease. Thousands
recommend Electric Bitters as the very
best stomach and kidney medicine
made. II. T. Alston, of Raleigh, N. C
who suffered with pain in the stomach,
and back, writes: "My k'dneys were
deranged and my liver did not work
right. I suffered much, but Electric
Bitters was recommended and I im improved
proved improved from the first dose. I now feel
like a new man." It will improve you,
too. Ouly 50 cent3 and $1. Recom Recommended
mended Recommended by Tydings & Co. Adv.
IH. W. K. LAXE,
Specialist, Hye, TZar, .ue nml Throat.
Office, Law Library Bldg., Ocala. Ad.
chvstai, miyi:k cmppixgs
(News)
Master John Willis Fox came along
the street Thursday noon showing a
string of fish he had caught. Got it,
John W. ; you will soon beat your ex expert
pert expert grandfather.
C H. Herrick has gone south after
a crew of Greeks and their diving suits
IF YOU EAT SOMETHING that

let it work its own way through; its a slow process
and makes you feel bad. Get rid of it quickly by
taking a pinch or two of
s m o N g
red s
LIVER REGULATOR
(THE POWDER FORM)
It drives out impurities and badly digested food in the stomach and
bowels; stimulates the torpid liver and restores regular bowel move movements.
ments. movements. It is a fine tonic and system purifier that puts the vital organs
in sound, healthy condition.
OtD BY DCALCft. PRICE, LARQC PACKAGE. I.OO.
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it by mail, postpaid. Simmons Liver Regulator ia put op alio in liquid form for thus who prefer it.

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STATE

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INSURANCE DEPARTMENT
Agent for a dozen of the best Fire Insurance Companies In the
country. Thoroughly competent to care for your insurance business.
I Will be Pleased to Care for You r Business in Any of These Lines.
F. W. DITTO Phone 285 OCALA, FLA.

General Contractor
and Builder
tfodern Homes, Store and Office Build Buildings
ings Buildings Erected at Heasonable Price.
All Kinds of Repair Work Promptly
executed
PInnM Furnished With all Work. All
Work Guaranteed
Box 43S
No. SS, Sanche Street
OCALA, FLORIDA

to secure the famous red snapper with
which to supply his patrons during the
summer.
C. O. Fox was resting over Sunday
with home folks at the Inn. He tells
us he is soon to quit the road as trav traveling:
eling: traveling: representative for the Southern
Drug Co., and will be identified with
the Ford Automobile Co.
X. Barco and W. J. Frost have re recently
cently recently prepared a fine map showing:
the west coast territory. They traced
the rivers, located the towns and tur turpentine
pentine turpentine stills and showed the route of
the railroad and railroad survey from
Otter Creek to Brooksville. Railroad
officials asked for this map and it is
now in their hands.
Crystal River can boast of one big:
rock company which is doing a good
business and of which we are justly
proud. It may not be generally known
but enough rock can be mined to hard
surface all the roads In the state. Just
recently a large rock bed of fine qual quality
ity quality has been located in the Red Level
settlement.

One
of the Mrongrmt Hranons Wfcy
KanAAM Itefuiteft to Go Wet
(Saturday Evening Post)
So far as we have been able to ob observe,
serve, observe, statewide prohibition is enforc enforced
ed enforced in Kansas rather .better than in any
other commonwealth. A recent cur cursory
sory cursory investigation discloses the fact
that whiskey is still sold and drunk to
excess in the state. Even in the cap capital
ital capital city, the bootlegger and speak speakeasy
easy speakeasy are said to be discoverable.
Drunken men are seen. Evidently
statewide prohibition has not stopped
the use and abuse of alcohol. Yet, in
the opinion of exper'enced observers,
a movement to repeal prohibition
would be decisively defeated. A fine,
ruddy-faced, upstanding, deep-chested
farmer, who appeared to be of Teutonic
descent, and consequently could hardly
have Inherited a bigoted view of the
subject, put it this way:
"Yes; a man can get whisky and get
drunk in Kansas if he's bound to. It
may be true that some men .who are
bound to will drink more out of a bot bottle
tle bottle than they would over a bar. But,
you see, when a man reaches the stage
where he is bound to have whisky or
bust, you can't do much for him any anyway.
way. anyway. And if you ask that man he'll
probably tell you that he got his whis whisky
ky whisky habit from visit'ng saloons for so sociability.
ciability. sociability. It's the boys we are think thinking
ing thinking of. We believe a normal boy isn't
very apt to get a whisky habit out of a
bootlegger's bottle. Nine times out of
ten, if he gets the habit at all it will
be by dropping into a saloon with his
friends for a social glass. So far as
the hardened soak is concerned, may maybe
be maybe our law is a failure; but the hard hardened
ened hardened soak is a failure too. We don't
want to bring up a fresh crop. Out
in my locality resubmission would be
defeated two to one."
WILLISTOX
Williston, April 28. Mrs. J. B. Ep Epperson
person Epperson and daughter, Lois, have re returned
turned returned from a visit to friends in Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. Mrs. Dunn of Texas is visiting Mrs.
J. B. Peacock for a few days.
Mrs. Tydings of Ocala and her sister
were visiting the former's daughter,
Mrs. Claude Nix, last week.
Don't forget about those unbreaka unbreakable
ble unbreakable combs that we guarantee at the
Court Pharmacy. Adv.
disagrees with you, don't
PROPS., ST. LOUIS. Mo.
AND INSURANCE
KEALi ESTATE
Town property, Improved and un
improved, for sale. Real profit-
bringing investments.
Orange Groves .Jetaoi" etoai shrd
Small Farms, Timber Tracts, Or
ange Groves or almost anything you
wish, on terms to suit.
RENTAL 'DFPAITOIENT
ve have houses for rent or will
take charge of property and collect
the rent, keep up repairs and pay
the taxes.
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Sot the Tariff on Orangrn, but the
Tariff that Help the Hallroad
Ilarou to Ilulld Cnwtlc
The tariff is a more spectacular and
absorbing topic just now than freight
rates, but as an issue in Florida it
contains less of the stuff of which
prosperity is made than the issue of
freight rates.
Every shipper in Florida knows that
he is drawing marked cards in the
game with the railroads, but few real really
ly really realize the ratio of the gamble. The
Polk County Record enlightens us
with one or two instances.
The rate on truck from Bartow to
New York is eighty-eight cents a hun hundred,
dred, hundred, says the Record, while the rate
back on the same is forty-two cents.
Sounds like somebody had an ace up
his sleeve, doesn't it?
"Our rate to points in Georgia," con continues
tinues continues the Record, "is fifty cents, while
rates from Wisconsin and New York
back South to these points, twice the
distance, or more, are only forty-two
cents.
"Rates from Mississippi to Philadel Philadelphia,
phia, Philadelphia, seven days freight, are fifteen
cents per crate for tomatoes and Flor Florida
ida Florida shippers pay sixty cents per crate
for five days freight to the same
places."
Indeed the growers and shippers
league was not formed too soon, if
Florida farmers would stave off going
broke in such a one-sided game as
this.
The foregoing is an editorial in
Monday's issue of the Da'ly Reporter Reporter-Star,
Star, Reporter-Star, published in Orlando, and is sug suggestive
gestive suggestive of what might be done for the
better interests of Florida, if every in independent
dependent independent newspaper in the state
would take up the fight against the
real reason that prevents Florida far farmers
mers farmers and fruit growers from receiving
the income that all other conditions
guarantee them.
With the shrewdness that has al always
ways always characterized the work of a suc successful
cessful successful bunco crowd, the predatory in interests
terests interests are stirring up the "poor far farmer"
mer" farmer" against the removal of the "tariff
duties that stand between him and
ruin" and, in the meantime, they col collect
lect collect enough excessive freight charges
on one carload of his fruit to offset the
damage that would be done to his en entire
tire entire crop, by the reduction of the mar market
ket market prices resulting from free trade!
Reminders of the Reporter-Star var variety
iety variety are needed by the farmers of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, with a frequency and a force that
will direct their attention to the right
line of work. Growers' and shippers'
leagues should be formed and sustain sustained
ed sustained for the undeviating purpose of se securing
curing securing freight rates, better marketing
facilities and absolute independence of
the predatory interests for whom they
are so rustically playing the goat, just
now. Miami Metropolis
BEWARE OP OIXTMEXTS FOR CA CATARRH
TARRH CATARRH THAT COXTAIX MERCURY
as mercury will surely destroy the
sense of smell and completely derange
the whole system when entering it
through the mucous surfaces. Such ar articles
ticles articles should never be used except on
prescriptions from reputable physic physic-Jans,
Jans, physic-Jans, as the damage they will do Is ten
fold to the good you can possibly de de-five
five de-five from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure,
manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co.,
fToledo, O., contains no mercury and is
taken internally, acting directly upon
the blood and mucous .surfaces of the
system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure
be sure you get the genuine. It is tak-
Iten Internally and made in Toledo, O.,
toy F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials
free..
Sold by Druggists. Price 75 cents
per bottle. Take Hall's Family Pills
for constipation. Adv.
SEVERAL SMART SAYINGS
(Columbia, S. C. State.)
Why not avoid confusion and call
it the TJnderwoodrow bill?
Atlanta is furnishing a very fair
imitation of Sing-Sing this week.
The Frenchman who said man is
descended from the bullfrog was prob
ably full of hops.
Col. Watterson is keeping mum, but
rumor has it that he is to be made
director of the mint.
Mr. Hearst says Pres'dent Wilson
is aristocratic by temperament. Mr.
Hearst, we presume, prefers Mutt and
Jeffersonian simplicity.
"After you, my dear Alfonso," has a
sinster connotation in Spain.
A girl may hate to wear old stock stockings,
ings, stockings, but she is sadly mistaken when
she thinks they are not fit to be seen.
"Women Escape Eeing run Down."
But just wait until those sewing cir circles
cles circles get into action!
This may be the hatchet-burying
season, but we don't notice Colonel
Watterson digging any holes in the
back yard.
If any moving picture house will
show a bunch of redskins shooting the
stuffing out of cowboys it can get our
dime. We are tired of see'ng poor Lo
get the short end of the argument.
WHY HF. WAS LATE.
"What made you so late?"
"I met Smithson."
"Well that is no reason why you
should be an hour late getting home to
supper.
"I know, but I asked him how he was
feeling, and he insisted on telling me
about his stomach trouble."
"Did you tell him to take Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Tablets?"
"Sure, that is what he needs." Sold
by all Dealers. Adv.
RESUMED HIS RAMBLES
Deputy Sheriff Smith passed through
here from Holder Wednesday on Sun Sun-nyjim
nyjim Sun-nyjim en route to Croom in search for
Joseph Butterfield, an escaped convict
from the Marion Farms, who made his
getaway the day before and for whom
a reward of $100 is offered. ButterSeld
is the white man who burglarized
stores in Hernando six months ago and
who was shot by Deputy Sheriff J. M.
Colley. He was tried in the circuit
court here in November and was sen sentenced
tenced sentenced to two years in the peniten penitentiary.
tiary. penitentiary. On account of sickness he was
first sent to the convict hospital at
Ocala, and subsequently transferred to
the Marion Farms. The convict creat created
ed created sympathy here and thu3 on account
of his general good appearance and

from the fact that, as he claimed, that
he was a professional burglar but nev never
er never carried a gun. Inverness Chronicle.

PIT THEMSELVES
OX
THE
PROGRAM.
I oiled States Senators Will Xo Looser
Ilathe at the People Expense.
(Claude LEngle-in D xle).
It is well and universally known
that charity begins at home. I hope
nobody will dispute -this, because Ii
would like, once in k while, to get
off with somethings On the same
principle, there should be little dif difficulty
ficulty difficulty in convinc'ng ; sensible people
that ttie true test 9l the genuine
quality of an economical streak is for
the fellow preaching economy to
start the ball rolling by cutting off
some of his own expensive privileges.
These rejections give me courage
to say that the Senateof the United
States seems to be in t' earnest in its
Democratic caucus declaration that
economy must be the' watchword of
the new Congress; for Senators have
started with themselves in putting
on the economy program. Thanks
to the newly found patriotic self-denial
of senators, $10,000 of the peo people's
ple's people's money will remain in the treas treasury
ury treasury this coming year Instead of being
taken out of it to pay th expense of
running the free baths in the senate
office building. These senatorial baths
so luxurionsly fitted up and operated
that they would have excited the envy
of the most luxurious patrician of the
good old days of Rome, will now,
thanks to a resolution just adopted by
the Democratic steering committee,
which runs things like this, subside in into
to into an inocuous desuetude, which being
translated, means put on the blink.
And these senatorial economists may
not stop at this, for there is a well
founded report out that the senators
will cut out the free barber shop as
the next step along the road to Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic political economy.
OPEX DAY AND XIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. K depot cor corner.
ner. corner. Meals a la carte and lunches at
any hour. Ad.
Yell Defiar
run
at Blood Disorders
A Remedy That Has Shown a Most
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At I. ant
You Can
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Blood
The word medicine is one of the
most abused in our language. There
are certain medicinal properties just
as necessary to health as the food we
eat. Take, for example, the well well-known
known well-known tonic medicine S. S. S. This
famous blood purifier contains medic medicinal
inal medicinal components just as vital and
essential to healthy blood as the ele elements
ments elements of wheat, roast beef, the fat3
and the sugars that make up our daily
ration.
As a matter of fact, there is one
Ingredient in S. S. S. which serves the
active purpose of stimulating each
cellular part of the boy to the healthy
and judicious selection of, its own
essential nutriment. That "is why it
regenerates the blood supply; why it
has such a tremendpus influence in
overcoming eczema, rash, pimples, and
all skin auctions.
And in regenerating the tissues
S. S. S. has a r.ipil and positive nnti nnti-dotal
dotal nnti-dotal effect upon all those irritating
influences that cau-e rheumatism, sore
threat, weak eyes, falling- hair, loss of
weight, thin, pale cheeks, and that
weariness cf muscle and nerve that is
generally experienced a3 spring1 fever.
Get a bottle of S. S. S. at any drug
store, and in a few days you will not
enly feel bright r.nd energetic, but
you will be the picture of new life.
3. S. S. is prepared only in the labora laboratory
tory laboratory of The Swift Specific Co., 137
Swift Bldg., Atlanta. Ga., who main maintain
tain maintain a very efficient Medical Depart Department,
ment, Department, where all -who have any blood
disorder of a stubborn nature may
write freely for advice and a special
book of instruction. S. S. S. is sold
everywhere by drug stores, department
and general stores.
J, E. GHAGE
DENTAL SURGEON
looms 9, 10 and 11, Second Floor,
Holder Block.
OCALA FLORIDA
TERMS. CASH.
DR. L. F. BLALOCK
Dental Surgeon
OFFICE OVER COMMERCIAL
BANK
OCALA, - FLORIDA
J. G. PURVIS,
DENTAL SURGEON.
Offices over Nash's
Dry Goods Store.
Ocala, - Florida
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CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
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Made eeeary by the TalIaliaeV
t loe MIm cr Call for
Klor!ua' .Nathan
New York. April 27. Eleven mem members
bers members of the Senate and House commit committee
tee committee on naval affairs had a narrow es escape
cape escape from being blown to pieces while
witnessing naval target practice at
Judith Sound, ninety miles south of
Washington last night. The monitor
Tallahassee, shooting while a thick
haze hung over the water, mistook for
the target the United States yacht Dol Dolphin,
phin, Dolphin, on board of which were the of official
ficial official party members, and an 800-pound
shell from a twelve-inch gun passed
directly over the stern of the Dolphin,
so close as to cut one of the ropes at attached
tached attached to the yacht's rigging. The
shell exploded just before it struck the
water. Among the members of the
committee were Senators Poindexter
of Washington and Bryan of Florida.
ContalnN a 1. title Joker Which, Strange
lo Say, Should Make the
People Smile
(By Clyde IL Tavenner, M. C.)
Washington, April 25. Yes, there is
a "joker" in the income tax bill. But
in this legislation, for a change, the
"joker" is all in favor of the people.
Possessors of swollen fortunes were
much perturbed by the pending income
tax legislation, and when the bill fin finally
ally finally issued from the printers they read
it with interest. The first .aragraphs
were disquieting. They fixed the rates
of taxation on private incomes, one per
cent on an income of over $4,000 and
under $20,000, two per cent on as much
of the income as is above $2", 000, three
per cent on all of t above $50,000 an annually,
nually, annually, and four per cent on any excess
of $100,000 per year. Under this grad graduation
uation graduation a plutocrat like John D. Rocke Rockefeller
feller Rockefeller will be required to pay four per
cent income tax on all his income, ex except
cept except $100,00 per year. This was alarm alarming.
ing. alarming. It was. not until Wall Street read
down to the incorporation section that
ft felt that it had been judging the
Democratic House too harshly. For,
while individuals are assessed on a
graduated scale, corporations are given
a flat rate of one per cent no mat matter
ter matter how large their annual profits.
Even the great steel trust will be re required
quired required to pay but one per cent tax "on
its vast earnings.
When the Wall street lawyers read
this far they smiled cynically. Yes,
they had been too hasty in condemn condemning
ing condemning the Democratic House. Here were
the corporations receiving better treat treatment
ment treatment than individuals. It seemed al almost
most almost like old times. But the smile
faded as they read on into the "joker."
For while the corporations escape the
graduated tax, the stockholder in the
corporation doesn't. Up to $20,000 the
stockholder's income from corporation
dividends is exempt from taxation the
corporation Itself having already paid
the one per cent of this amount. But
on dividend income above $20,000 the
stockholder pays one per cent, above
$50,000 two per cent, and above $100, $100,-000
000 $100,-000 three per cent.
It didn't take Wall street more than
a minute to figure out thatthis meant
that the small stockholder, the widow
who invests the proceeds of her hus husband's
band's husband's small life Insurance policy In
stocks, the small investor everywhere,
will be exempt from excessive taxation.
It will put the chief burden of taxation
on the rich alone.
Wall street would have much pre preferred
ferred preferred to have the corporations them themselves
selves themselves pay the graduated tax. For
then the smallest stockholder, the hold holder
er holder of a single share would be re required
quired required to contribute from his slim divi
dends to pay the four per cent which
such corporations as the steel trust will
have to pay on the bulk of its earn earnings.
ings. earnings. And in case the rich man would try
to evade the taxation on dividends by
using the $20,000 exemption provision
that is, by scattering his investments
among many corporations so that his
dividends in no individual case amount
ed to more than $20.000 the income
tax bill specifically provides that in
assessing incomes from dividends, all
of the dividends from all sources must
be treated in a lump. The individual
gets his single $20,000 exemption and
that is all.
The pending income tax bill Is one
of the most progressive measures ever
submitted to Congress with hope of pas passage.
sage. passage. From the first to the last para paragraph
graph paragraph it is pregnant with progressive progressive-ism.
ism. progressive-ism. Cleverness, even craft, has been
used by Its framer, Representative Cor Cor-dell
dell Cor-dell Hull, of Tennessee, but used to
benefit the common people instead of
the great financial interests.
DRIVE SICK HEADACHES A WAV
Sick headaches, sour, gassy stomach,
indigestion and biliousness disappear
quickly after you take Dr. King's New
Life Pills. They purify the blood and
tut new life and vigor In the system,
try them and you will be well satisfied.
Every pill helps; every box guaran guaran-ed
ed guaran-ed by Tydings & Co. Adv.
WACAIIOOTA
Waeahoota, April 24. Monday and
Tuesday were quite cool for this time
of year and a fire felt quite comforta comfortable.
ble. comfortable. Mr. Cedric Smith returned Monday
from a week end visit to Cotton Plant
and Fellowship.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Smith and Miss
Rosalie Smith attended the funeral of
Mr. Robert Whittington at Flemington
last Thursday.
Mrs. V. P. Smith left Friday for a
visit to relatives at St. Petersburg.
Mrs. C. R. Curry and daughter,
Thelma returned Saturday from a visit
to Melrose. They were accompanied
home by Mrs. Curry's brother, Mr. A.
F. Toilay.
Mr. B. F. Long left Friday for a
two weeks' visit to St. Cloud.
The many friends of Mrs. T. X. Smith
are indeed sorry to learn she has been
quite ill. Dr. Howell of Micanopy is

treating her and she Is resting easy to today.
day. today. Mr. V. r. Smith and Mrs. J. Torter
Smith were visitors to Micanopy Sun Sunday."
day." Sunday." Miss Rosalie Smith is visiting Miss
Belle Chitty of Micanopy this week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Pedric. Miss Theora
Flemming and Mrs. James Bauknight
and daughter, Miss Eva of Gainesville,
were callers here Sunday afternoon.
Lattle Jamielee Tyson celebrated her
fifth birthday Sunday.

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rheumatism and all irregularities of
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les troubles in children.- If not sold by your
druggist, will be sent by mail on re receipt
ceipt receipt of $1. One small bottle Is two
months' treatment and seldom falls to
perfect a cure. Send for testimonials
from this and other states. Dr. K. W.
Hall, 2096 Olive street, .St. Louis Mo.
Sold by all brugglsts. Ad
Trailing Arbutus, a new talcum pow powder
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and things that you will need and which you will
buy, and we have them waiting for you. The big-"
gest, best line in the country. Just look at this
list of the few things we now have in stock:
Refrigerators Porch Furniture
Ice Cream Freezers Matting and Crex Rugs
Lawn Mowers Big Porch Rockers
Rubber Rose Awnings
Porch Shades Mosquito Nets
Porch Swings Garden Plows
Lawn Seats and Garden Tools
hammocks Flower Pots
Furniture of all kinds. Hardware of all kinds.
Leather Goods of all kinds. Builder's Material.
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On the Montenegrins Alone If All the
Other Powers Refuse to
Interfere
Vienna, April 27. Austria-Hungary
will wait until Monday for some decis decisive
ive decisive action of the powers regarding
Scutari, according to a statement made
In official circles. Should the powers
fail by that time to agree on united
action, Austria-Hungary will procsed
alone to vindiacte her political and
military prestige. It is reported Ger Germany
many Germany has promised to support Austria.
Use DARBY'S PROPHYLACTIC
FLUID In the house and the stable,
it Is as good for animal flesh as It Is
for the human body. It heals sores,
cuts, ragged wounds, collo. dysentery,
galls, chafes, scratches. distemper,
bots, and worms. There Is hardly uny
limit to Its usefulness about the home.
Price 50 cents per bottle. Sold by kit
druggists. Adv.
Many a man gets the reputation of
being a "good fellow" when he is going
to the bad.
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0CAL.1 EtmQ ST.UI, MOSlMV, AWUt 2S, 1813

OGALA EVENING STAR

liittinger & Carroll Proprietors.
R. R. Carroll,. Business Manager.
J. IK Benjamin, Editor.
Entered In the postofflce at Ocala,
Fla., as second class mail matter.
BACKS SEAT(H Bit VA V
The following- from Claude L'Eagle's
Washington letter to Dixie will have
considerable interest in Marion county,
where Je8e Billingsley was brought
up, and where he has a number of
relatives and a great many friends. So
far as personal popularity goes, the
people of tills county would like to see
Mr. Billingsley, next to Mr. Davis, re receive
ceive receive the appointment, but they will
i.robably nearly all concur with Mr.
L'KnsIe in hi view that Mr. William;
J. Bryan .-should not butt into their
local contest. Mr. LKngle says:
"I was present last week when the
two Bryans met for a little friendly
political conversation, and as one of
these Bryans Is the Peerless Leader
and the. other -our Nathan, now United
States senator, this was a good time
for little Claude to do the tar baby act,
so I kept on saying nothing. Nathan
asked the I'eerless not to insist on
having J. L Billingsley appointed
United .States district attorney for the
southern district, giving as his reason
that there were other democrats more
qualified in. legal knowledge gained by
experience to properly perform the
duties of the office, and that he and
Kenator Fletcher had joined in recom recommending
mending recommending man for this position well
qualified to fill" it, and suggesting to
the Peerless that it would not look
well in Florida for the recommendation
of the two senators when joined on one
man to be set aside by the appointment
of another. He also told the Peerless
that the Florida delegation in Congress
were desirious of pleasing him, and
would try to find some way of taking
care of his friend Calhoun, not by giv giving
ing giving him the best job in Florida, but by
giving him a good job; but that he,
(the Peerless) ought not to embarrass
his Florida friends by insisting on
having two important appointments go
to his personal friends.
.'The secretary of state replied that
Mr. Billingsley was his neighbor; that
they owned adjoining land in Miami;
that he was highly recommended and
endorsed by people in Florida in whose
judgment he had as much confidence as
he had in that of Senator Bryan, and
that it would argue little for his in influence
fluence influence in this administration if he
could not get two of his personal
friends appointments.
"Of course, there were other things
said by both of the Bryans, but' this
is the substance and the important
part of the conversation. The visit
was entirely friendly from beginning
to end,1 but the impression conveyed
Upon me was that each of the two
Bryans was unconvinced by the other,
and that the Peerless was determined
to insist upon having Billingsley ap appointed,
pointed, appointed, and that Nathan was equally
determined to insist on having his man.
I took occasion to tell the secretary of
stat that-' when anybody In Florida
asked me why it was that these two
men; whom none of the delegation
from" Florida"""' had Indorsed, got two
good federal appointments (if they
should get them), I was going to blame
it on him.
- "I am thoroughly in accord with
Senator Bryan's position in the matter
of the interference of the Peerless
Bryan in Florida appointments as I am
with Senator Bryan's statement about
the; tariff on oranges. He is dead
TlghUhi both cases."
SURVEYING THE SCENERY
A delegation from the Board of
Trade left this afternoon to view the
landscape out Blitchton way, and see
what that road to Williston looks like.
The delegation consists of Messrs. J.
M. Meffert, D. E. Mclver, W. T. Gary
and Secretary Rooney.
The members of the American Rural
Credits Commission sailed from New
York Saturday for Italy, on the Cunard
liner "Saxsonla." The commission will
be In Europe for seventy days, during
which time many countries will be
visited and a careful study made not
only of the credits system in vogue,
but the methods used in marketing
farm products. Senators Fletcher of
Florida and Gore of Oklahoma, leading
members of the commission, did not
go, as they could not be spared from
their places in the Senate during the
tariff debates that will begin in that
body In a few days.
The reason why our Williston
friends don't want Dunnellon in Blox Blox-ham
ham Blox-ham county is because they apprehend
that the Phosphate City would not let
them have the courthouse. Well, Mar Mar-Ion
Ion Mar-Ion wants Dunnellon; also Blitchton,
and will keep them, too.
Mr. William Chase Temple has been
deposed from the bossmanship of the
Florida Citrus Exchange. Mr. Temple
is a very able man", but the Star hasn't
been able to keep from thinking that
he had become too big for his breeches
lately.
The Munroe & Chambliss Bank of
this city Is presenting its friends with
lead pencils inscribed, "Help us make
a million mark." Good Bank and good
pencils, and the mark will be made
before long.
Work of construction has started on
the grounds of the Panama-Facific
Exposition In San Francisco. Here's
hoping the buildings won't be used for
Japanese barracks before a decade is
over.
Secretary of State Bryan Is on his
way to California, to try and induce
the people of that state to tone their
anti-Japanese laws down a little.
King Nicholas has removed hh cap capital
ital capital to Scutari. Notwithstanding the
ultimatum from Austria, he has refus refused
ed refused scoot ary time.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday a 7:30 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to visit visiting
ing visiting brothers. D. W. Tompkins, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. R. S. Ad.
Council meets tomorrow night.

"Mil!. P. A. GCSDEflSOX

Mrs. F. A. Gunderson, acjed 73 years,
d'ed at 12:30 yesterday afternoon at
the residence of Capt. and Mrs. S. II.
Pyies, five miles south of town. Mrs.
Gunderson came here from SU Petersburg-
seven or eight years ago to teach
Capt. Pyles' children music, as she was
a very fine musician. Although rheu rheumatism
matism rheumatism in her hands incapacitated her
from r.lavifisr of late years, she remain
ed with the family as as companion for
the children. She was a most estima
ble lady, highly educated and refined.
Mrs. Gunderson was taken 11 last
Tuesday and her advanced age hasten hastened
ed hastened the end. She is without relatives,
except two nieces in the west. All wtoo
knew her loved and respected this ex excellent
cellent excellent lady and her funeral this morn morning
ing morning was attended by a great many
friends, both from the city and from
the neighborhood south of town.
The funeral was conducted by Dr.
W. H. Dodge of the Presbyterian
phurnh. the choir of the church ren
dering some sweet music, and Dr.
Dodge conducted a very impressive
service. Friends brought a wealth of
lovely flowers to the church and the
bfer was covered with these fragrant
tributes of love.
Messrs. D. E. Mclver and C. V. Rob Roberts
erts Roberts had charge of the funeral and the
body was laid to rest in Greenwood
cemetery. The pall rearers were
Messrs. R. O. Connor, I H. Booher, J.
C. Johnson. It. It. Carroll, George Felt Felt-ham
ham Felt-ham and B. II. Sanders.
Mrs. Gunderson lived a long and
eventful life and a strange fatality fol followed
lowed followed her family history. Many years
ago she was a resident of Iowa, where
she married. Her husband only four
months after their wedding was drown
ed in a mill pond in front of their
home, while his young wife stood a
frantic witness to his death on the
front porch.
In later years she moved to Bayport,
Fla., west of Brooksville, with her
young son. She kept a boarding house
there and Mr. Gunderson, who was
with the U. S. surveying corps, board
ed with her. They fell in love and were
married. Six months later, Mr. Gun
derson, with his step-son, then nearly
trrown. started in a small sailboat for
Cedar Key, 75 miles away, to buy sup
plies. When off in the bay a few miles
from their home, a storm arose and the
boat was capsized. Both were drown drowned
ed drowned and their bodies were not recovered
till a week later. Thus Mrs. Gunder Gunderson
son Gunderson was left alone in the world. Later
she moved to St. Petersburg, where
she remained for a number of years,
teaching music to support herself, and
came from there to the Pyles home to
spend her declining years with that
excellent family. With them she had a
home indeed and her declining years
were filled with all the love and kind kindness
ness kindness that fate had deprived her of in
her earlier life.
ODD FELLOWS ANNIVERSARY
The service's yesterday morning in
the Presbyterian church were of a very
interesting character, the occasion be
ing the celebration of the ninety-fourth
anniversary of the founding of the In
dependent Order of Odd Fellows in
America. The pastor of the church,
Rev. W H. Dodge, D. D., at the Invi Invitation
tation Invitation of the local lodge preached the
sermon. The text was taken from the
epistle .of James 2:8: "Howbelt if ye
fulfill the royal law according to the
scriptures, thou shalt love thy neigh
bor as thyself, thou doest well." After
a few preliminary remarks touching
the founding of the order of Odd Fel
lows, their progress and work durin
these ninety-four years, and showing
the present strength of the order to be
more than two millions strong, and
that two hundred and thirty millions
of dollars had been raised, most of
which was expended In charity, the
doctor announced that the theme of his
discourse was "Love," the second link
of the mystic cha'n which bound the
members together in a un'ted brother
hood. The points discussed were, first,
the objects upon whom their love was
to be centered, .which was not merely
the members of the order but all per
sons who were in distress and need
one's neighbor; second the obligations
of this love, those ariving out of hu
man relations and divino require
ments; third, the offices of love, which
were embraced In the powerful sum
mary of sympathy, service support
and rescue or the saving of the fallen
and wayward.
There was a good attendance, the
members of the local lodge, Tulula No
22, turning out in force, and much en
joying the sermon. The iloral decora decorations
tions decorations of the pulpit were arranged with
lovely simplicity, and the music, as
usual, was worth going a long way to
hear.
PHI SIGMA COLLEGE
The spring-fall term proper of our
fine little select school closed last Fri
day, April 25th, but as we have sev
eral pupils who have not finished their
business course and a few good stud
ents who wish a month longer in their
work, we will be open for four weeks
after the 25th Inst.
We shall prefer to take pupils who
need arithmetic, algebra and English
grammar only and can come from 8 to
11:30 a. m. Rate per month as hereto
fore. If young teachers should like to
learn the finest system of easy arith
metic and short methods we will give
them the whole course in one month
for $10, in separate class.
Geo. C. Looney.
CRYSTAL RIVER'S NEW MILL
The work on the new mill of the
Baum & Van Roy Crate Company at
Crystal River, is nearly completed
The superintendent, J. Bernard, who
has charge of the erecting says that
the steam kilns which are built of solid
concrete, are finished and are surely
an Imposing sight to see, all the build buildings
ings buildings standing complete. As has been
said, the crate company will start the
mill in a very short time, and it will
be the most up to date, modern equip equipped
ped equipped factories of its kind in the state.
Several new up to date machines have
been put in and one of -the newest kind
4 50 pound beto water tube boilers with
a 100 foot smoke stack. Crystal River
will be proud of such a fine mill. In Inverness
verness Inverness Chronicle.
"My little son had a very severe cold,
was recommended to try Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy, and before a small bot bottle
tle bottle was finished he was as well as
ever," writes Mrs. H. Silks, 29 Dowling
street, Sydney, Australia, This remedy
is for sale by all dealers. Adv.
When a sea captain marries a widow
he becomes a second mate.

BENY KOBIXSOX
AVOV THE BICYCLE

The Star takes pleasure in announc announcing
ing announcing that the bicycle offered by Mr. R.
C. Munc-aster, as the pri7e for the best
boy or girl's garden, was won by Mas Master
ter Master Benny Robinson, son of Mr. J. D.
Robbinson. The prize, a handsome
Iver-Johnson, was delivered to the
proud young winner today. In an announcing
nouncing announcing the result, Mr. Z. C. Cham Cham-bliss
bliss Cham-bliss sent the following letter to Mr.
Muncaster, and it has so much good
advice for children and older folks as
well, that we take pleasure in publish publishing
ing publishing it:
Mr. ChamblIM' Letter
Ocala, Fla., April 21, 1913.
II. C.
Dear
Muncaster, Esq., Ocala, Fla.
Sir: I must 'say that you af- i
forded me a real pleasure in seeing the;
gardens of the little boys and "girls of
the primary school. The contestants
for your prize showed in every instance
good planning and good work. A few
were too late in getting started, and a
few others planted well but were not
continuous in the care of their gar
dens.
A large number of children had a
very poor opportunity to win because
of poor soil, bad conditions, or their
mothers' chickens. It is opportune to
say tnat tne one largest eiemeni ui
failure, taking the contestants as a
whole, was the lack of cooperation on
the part of parents. I was sorry to
note in at least one instance that a
parent was teaching dishonesty by
claiming for the child more work than
it had done.
The wide variation of ages, present
condition, and variation of plantings
made my task a very hard one; how however,
ever, however, I rate the contestants as follows:
1st.
2nd.
3rd.
4th.
Benny Robbinson.
Eddy Todd.
Uriel Jones.
Helen Leitner. (A real child's
garden, delightful to look upon).
5th. Alice Colbert. (Very good
but
too new).
There were a number of other gar
dens .which might deserve worthy men
tion, so I would encourage all the
children to try again making a garden,
preparing it with care, under the ad
vice of mother, remembering that
flowers and vegetables must have reg
ular cultivation and attention from the
time of planting to the time of matur maturity.
ity. maturity. Yours very truly,
Z. C. Chambliss.
DUNNELLON TOOK A
GAME FROM GAINESVILLE
The University of Florida' ball team
played the Dunnellon team here this
morning and the game was a close one
from start to finish. The score was 5
to 3 in favor of Dunnellon. Dunnellon
Advocate.
WILL PAY
FOUR
MONTHS IN
ADVAXCB
Wanted, October 1st, 1913, for eight
months, house with five rooms, hall,
toilet and bath on .second floor, and
ample accommodations on first floor
for living, dining, sewing, kitchen,
play and toilet rooms. Must have elec electric
tric electric lights, large front and back yards,
all fenced In. Will pay $25 per month
and water and light b'lls. Address,
"Advance Payment," care box 564,
Ocala, Fla. 4-28-6td
'INSIDE INFOR3IATION
L'EiiKle Tells the People Something;
Different in His Letters
The general opinion in Florida is
that Congressman L'Engle's letters
from Washington in Dixie are not
equaled in the United States. He is
telling the people things that have
never before been sent out from the
national capital thinks that the peo people
ple people want to know and should know.
Everywhere they are talking about
Claude's letters, and everywhere the
people are finding out some things that
they never knew before. Dixie.
HOUSEHOLD GOODS FOR SALE
Two room size axminster druggets,
two axminster hall runners, three ax axminster
minster axminster rugs, all Oriental patterns; one
three-burner perfect'on oil stove, one
glass front combination cupboard, fine
lace curtains, portiers, couch, felt mat mattress
tress mattress and cover, phonograph and twelve
nicely selected records. Henry Peyser,
119 Ft. King Ave. and Sanchez.
OCALA LODGE NO. B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent and
Protective Order of Elks, meets the
second and fourth Tuesday evenings in
each month. VisUIng brethren always
welcome. Howell M. Hampton, E. R.
Joseph Bell, Secretary. Ad.
ADAMSYILLE PICNIC.
The Adamsville picnic will be held
Thursday, May 1. Everybody invited.
M. ST Hill, G. W. Caruthers, AV. B.
Swicord, committee.
MARION-DUN N MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M. meets on the first and third Thurs Thursday
day Thursday evening s of each month at 7:30
o'clock, until further notice.
C. E. Simmons, W. 1L
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14, Woodmen of
the World, will hold its next regular
meeting Friday evening. May 9th, at
Yonge's Hall. Every member is urgel
to be present. Visitors always wel welcome.
come. welcome. J. F. Thompson, C. C.
C. K. Sage, Clerk. Ad.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
The Ocala Lodge No. 699, Loyal Or Order
der Order of Moose, meets each Thursday
evening at S o'clock in the Gary build building,
ing, building, third floor. AMsiting brothers are
invited to attend our meetings.
Geo. F. Mershor, Dictator.
E. L. Stapp. Secretary. Ad.
MANUSCRIPT COYERS
An elegant line of lawyers' manu
script covers, in any color that could
be desired, just received at the Star
office.
You will look a gooa while before
you find a better medicine for coughs
and colds than Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. It not only gives relief it
cures. Try it when you have a cough
or cold, and you are certain to be pleas pleased
ed pleased with the prompt cure which it will
effect. For sale by all dealers. Adv.

AMUSEMENTS

St. Anguntlne Feature, Pathe AVeekly,
Five Reel, Temple Theater Tonight
An all-feature show for 5 and 10
cents and be sure an! get here early
tonight, for there are only S00 seats,
and you won't want to stand up to see
all of these jso1 things:
"Ponce de Leon Day at St. Augus Augustine."
tine." Augustine." 120$ feet of spectacular film
taken only 17 days ago, showing all
the familiar sights in this beautiful
town, and the celebration of Ponce de
Leon's landing; the parade, fireworks,
motor boat races, bombardment of the
Fort Marion, night battles, etc.
"rathe Weekly." Current events all
over the world, including an exeiung
horse race on ice, the largest auto In
the world, weighing 28f8o0 pounds,
Lina Cavalliera, the great singer and
other important events.
'The Western Law." An exciting
picture by the Essanay Co.
"The Stained Finger," a beautiful
story well acted.
"One After Another." Comedy and
then some.
Tto Cash Prize, Fine Picture, Good
MukIo at Ideal Tonight
The holder of the lucky number to
win the prize at the Ideal on Saturday
night was Dr. Lindner. Tonight's pro program
gram program in addition to the usual good pic pictures
tures pictures and music at the Ideal will be
two cash prizes.
CENTER HILL SQUIBS
Enterprising Community Ha a Strong
MaNonie I.uilse
(Bushnell Times)
Over 6000 crates of beans have been
shipped from here with more beans,
cukes and tomatoes coming in daily.
Mr. Mack Archibald shipped the first
tomatoes from here. He had twenty
crates of fine ones last Monday.
We now have a full-fledged Masonic
lodge in working order. Deputy Grand
Master Wm. T. Kennedy of Umatilla
came over April 12 and delivered the
charter and installed the officers.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hall are receiv receiving
ing receiving congratulations of friends on the
appearance at their home of a fine son.
The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. T. J.
Bobbins died last Monday, April 21st.
He was laid to rest in Center Hill cem cemetery
etery cemetery Tuesday.
Hl'IinVItD-HAIlRISON
(Bushnell Times)
Sunday morning Pr. Roscoe C. Hub Hubbard
bard Hubbard and Hiss Tearl Harrison started
out, supposedly for an automobile ride.
They motored by the county judge's
office and took him along with them,
and at Sumterville v'slted the home of
Mr. and Mrs. K. II. Cassady, where
they were made man and wife in the
ipresence of Mr. and Mrs. Cassady and
Mr. A. T. Coleman, the county judge
performing the ceremony. The bride
is. the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Harrison of this place, and is a young
lady very popular with the people of
Bushnell. She is one of the beautiful
girls of the county who has always
been a favorite, winning friends and
admirers on all hands. Br. Hubbard
recently came here from Jacksonville
and made a success from the start.
AV. II. VALENTINE
W. H. Valentine, engineer on the
tram road of the Otter Creek Lumber
Company, died at Otter Creek Satur
day night after four days illness of
hemorrhagic fever and was buried in
Bronson cemetery Sunday afternoon
with Masonic honors. Deceased leaves
a wife and eight children to mourn
his death. He was a member of Cedar
Key Lodge No. 74, F. & A, M. Bronson
Times-Democrat,
SUMTER COUNTY SPROUTS
Roy Knight of Sumter county, who
was here Tuesday, attracted attention
by his great height, six feet six in inches.
ches. inches. John Knight was also with him
and if the former was as wide as the
latter he would be a mighty big man.
Roy is reputed to be the tallest man
in Citrus, Hernando and Sumter coun counties,
ties, counties, and evidently he proves it.
Citrus County Chronicle.
WOODMAR RESIDENCE FOR RENT
My home at Woodmar on Lake Weir,
is for rent for the months of June, July
and August, completely furnished. Ap Apply
ply Apply to J. G. Lege, Eastlake, Fla. 4-16-tf
OLLIE MORDIS MARKET OPEN
The market rormeny known as the
Ollle Mordls is now open. Will keep on
and a supply of fresh meats and fish.
Orders by phone will receive prompt
Attention. Phone number 315. Come
to the old stand and be treated right.
Yours respectfully,
Ad. OLLIE MORDIS.
Dftaler In Fancy Groceries. N. Magnolia.
Some men look for trouble in order
that they may be prepared to dodge.
For biliousness, malaria and constl constl-pation,
pation, constl-pation, the proper remedy is SIM SIMMON'S
MON'S SIMMON'S RED Z LIVER REGULATOR.
The first dose makes you feel better and
a little more of the same medicine
cures you completely. Price, large
package, $1; small size, 25 cents. Sold
Ky all druggists. Adv.
More investigation at the start will
mean less disappointment n the end.
The correct- treatment ror cuts,
burns, scalds, wounds, sores lumbago,
rheumatism, or neuralgia is BAL BALLARD'S
LARD'S BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT. It 13 heal healing,
ing, healing, penetrating and anticeptic which
Is everything that is needed to effect
a complete cure. Price 25c, 50c and $1
per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Ad.
Should an original idea strike some
men U would give them headache.
If you eat something wh en disagrees
with you, don't let it work Its own way
through. It's a slow process and
makes you feel bad. Get rid of it
quickly by taking a dos. of HERBINE.
It drives out Impurities in the stomach
and bowels and you feel better immedi immediately.
ately. immediately. Price 50 cents. Sold by all
dealers.
Adv.
Carlesness is nearly always the
co.-nly item in the expense account.
If you want a well, have a good one
and let S. H. Christian do your work.
Adv. May 21.

TLU'CE

The success of a bank depends upon its ability to meet the requirements
of the public. It must provide a safe place for the people to deposit their funds,
and must distribute its loans to do the greatest good to the greatest number.
It must be managed by men of unquestionable integrity, sound business
judgment--with ability enough to say "yes" and backbone enough to say "no."1
Our sixteen years of banking experience is the record upon which we stand.

The MiiiiFoe i 'Chambliss
OCALA, FLORIDA

J. F. JENKINS,
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THE VERY BEST OP EVERYTHING IX BUILDING COXSriU'CTIOX
We are prepared to handle all branches of Building Work, no matter how large or small. We offer our
services and materials. Carpentry, Masonry, Brick and Stone, Plumbing, Steam Fitting. Lathing and Plas Plastering,
tering, Plastering, Roofing, Blacksmithing, Special Iron Work, and all other tranches of building.
We Offer to the Trade Lime, Cement, Plaster, Roofing, Sewer Pipe, Plumbin- and Steam ting Supplies and
Building Brick, Both Common and Pressed.

COMMENCEMENT AT
FESSENDEN ACADEMY
The commencement exercises at Fes Fessenden
senden Fessenden Academy and Industrial School
commenced yesterday afternoon at two
o'clock, at which time Rev. A. J. James
delivered the baccalaureate sermon
to the graduating class.
AVednesday evening at 7:30 the an annual
nual annual concert will be given by the high
school students. This will be a most
interesting evening as a part of the
program will be a comedy, "Seeing
Uncle Jack,", presented by a company
of young ladies.
Commencement exercises will be held
in the academic chapel Thursday after afternoon
noon afternoon at 2:30. In addition to the four
orations which are to be delivered by
the graduates, Rev. Dr. James G. Mer Merrill,
rill, Merrill, former president of Fisk Univer University,
sity, University, will deliver the commencement
address.
The public is cordially invited to be
present at all these exercises.
Program
Piano duet, "Witches' Flight" (Rus
sell) Misses Falana and Perdue.
Invocation Rev. A. J. James, D. D.
Chorus, "The Dance" (Wiegand)-.
Choral class.
Oration, "Some Applications of Ec Economic
onomic Economic Theories" Olive Belle Adams.
Mcintosh.
Vocal duet, "Flowers" (Kucken)
Misses Natteel and AViley.
Oration, "The Observance of Little
Things" Wince A. J. Johnson, Weirs
dale.
A'ocal sextet, "Welcome Pretty Prim
rose' (Pinsuti) Misses Wiley, Natteel
and Messhs. Sistrunk, Maxwell, Bass
and Cook.
Oration, "Heroes and Heroines"
Marie Louise Johnson, Yalaha.
Instrumental trio, "Dancing Butterr
flies" (Stone) Misses MarUn, Perdue
and Falana.
Oration, "Civilization" Letha Gris
elda Wiley, Nashville, Tenn.
Semi-chorus, "Come Smiling Spring"
(Root).
Commencement address, Rev. James
G. Merrill, D. D., ex-president Fisk
University.
Awarding diplomas, Professor J. IL
Brinson, superintendent public Instruc Instruction.
tion. Instruction. Select chorus, "Hope" (Rys-Herbert).
Bened'ction Rev, Madison Stewart.
HOWARD ACADEMY
COMMENCEMENT
Commencement exercises cf How Howard
ard Howard Academy began with the bacca baccalaureate
laureate baccalaureate sermon' by Rev. E. J. Jackson
at Covenant Baptist church yesterday
morning. The class day exercises will
take place Wednesday and the grad graduating
uating graduating exercises Thursday.
FOR SALE Maxwell automobile, 25
hoTsepower, only been used six months,
in perfect condition, reason for selling,
need a four-passenger car. Apply to
L. F. Blalock. 4-18
A chronic borrower usually
everything but his word.
keeps
Don'tbe surprised ir you nave an at attack
tack attack of rheumatism th's spring. Just
rub the affected parts freely with
Chamberlain's Liniment and it will
soon disappear. For gale by all dealers-
Adv.
CONCORDIA LODGE F. U. OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union of
America, meets in Yonge's Hall on the
second Thursday evening of each
month Geo. L. Taylor, F. M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad.
Pains in the back and .irregularities
to which women are subject, with all
their attendant miseries, yield at ence
to DR. SIMMON'S SQUAW VINE
COMPOUND. It is a powerful restor restorative.
ative. restorative. It is as pleasant to take as the
Juice of a sweet orange Price $1 per
bottle. Sold by all druggists. Adv.
For rheumatism you will find noth nothing
ing nothing better than Chamberlain's Lini Liniment.
ment. Liniment. Try it and see how quickly it
gives relief. For sale by all deal dealers.
ers. dealers. Adv.
The successful poultry ra'ser uses
Conkey's Poultry Remedies because
he knows their value. Right now is
the time to get Conkey Remedies for
the hatching season. Conkey's Lice
Powder, Lice Liquid, Head Lice Oint Ointment,
ment, Ointment, White Diarrhoea and Cholera
Remedy. We guarantee absolute sat sat-icfaction
icfaction sat-icfaction with every Conkey prepara preparation.
tion. preparation. Ocala Seed Store, tues-fri 4w
For Weakness and Loss of Appetite
The Old Standard general strengthening tonic,
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC drives ont
Malaria and builds up the system. A true tonic
and sure Appetizer. For adults and children. 50c.

G. K. WILLIAMS,

General Building Contractors

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Serve cold foods on your table n of lea you run not
cool, InKlpiil, thine; have them tielirioiihly COLD.
OCALA ICE 6V PACKING CO.

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Breakfast Bacon. Boiled Ham, Dried Beef,
Boneless Ham and Bologna Sausage.
jAny'of the above sliced thin to suit your taste on
If "-modern slicing machine; -.

FIneMt Quality of Florida and Wenterii Hecf, Pork l.nmli and
Freu Vegetable.
Phone 108 W. H. MARSH, City Market

HOTEi; CHURGHILL
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' Union Square
NEW YORK
Clean, Comfortable, Convenient and Home-Like Hotel, on
the American and European Plans,
.ra-Je;u Plan. 2 per day and up. European Plan. 11.00 pr Jay and v
Special Weekly Rates.
Churchill & Co.

QUUIlliEAND IRON-THE MOST
EFFECTUAL GENERAL TONIC
Grove's Tasteless chill Tome Combines both
in Tasteless form. The Quinine drives
out Malaria and the Iron builds up
the System. For Adults and
Children.
You know what you are tatinjr when
you take GROVE'S TASTELESS chili
TONIC, recognized for 30 years through throughout
out throughout the South as the standard Malaria,
Chill and Fever Remedy and General
Strengthening Tonic. It is as strong as
the strongest bitter tonic, hut you do not
taste the bitter because the ingredients
do not dissolve in the mouth but do dis dissolve
solve dissolve readily in the acids of the stomach.
Guaranteed by your Drujjrjist We mean
it. 50c.

There is Only One "EROr.IO QUININE "That is LAXATI VE UROMO QUININE
Look for signature of E. W. GROVE on every box. Cures a Cold in One Day. 25c.

COLORED YOUTHS
SHOULD ATTEND
Fessenden Academy, Fessenden, Fla.
Where they, will be trained lo habits ol Industry, Thought and
Reason.
FEATURES Healthful location in piny woods. Typ Typical
ical Typical mild Florida winters. Y. M. C. Association. Y. P.
C. E. Society. Literary Society. Experienced Faculty
of Twelve Teachers.
DEPARTMENTS Normal, English, Music, Agricultural
and Industrial.
RAILROAD STATION MARTIN, on A. C. L. R'y
Opens Sept. 1st, Closes May 1st.
$9.00 Per Month Pays Tuition, Board ond Room Rent,
CATALOGUE SENT UPON REQUEST.
JOS. U WILEY, A. B Principal.

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The WondcrfuL Old Reliable Dr. Porter's
Antiseptic Healing Oil. An Antiseptic
Surgical Dressing discovered by an
Old R. R. Surgeon. Prevents Blood
Poisoning.
Thousands of families know it already,
and a trial will convince you that DR.
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OIL is the most wonderful remedy ever
discovered for Wounds, Curtis, Old Bores,
Ulcers, Carbuncles, Granulated Eye Lids,
Sore Throat, S:in or Scalp Diseases and
all wounds and e xternal diseases whether
slight or serious. Continually people are
finding nev? uses for this famous old
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to into the water. How is a woman going to know how
to save money who never had any money to save? If
more men intrusted their finances to their WIVES,
there would be fewer bankrupts. If men intrusted
their wives with their bank accounts, they would
find at the end of the month that there was A BIG BIGGER
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We Guarantee to Save You Money on Any Work In Our Lines

Am we employ none but experts we are l poItlon to Ruarnnfee ev every
ery every piece of work we connfrael to uland tbe Inspection of the most
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IOUSE CLEANING WILL BE TWICE AS EASY IF
YOU HAVE GOOD THINGS TO CLEAN HOUSE WITH.
WHY DO THIS DAILY. NEVER. ENDING TASK WITH
SHACKLEING. WORN-OUT SCRUB BRUSHES AND PANS
BUY NEW ONES AND SAVE MONEY BY SAVING WORK.
REMEMBER WHEN YOU NEED HARDWARE THAT
WE HAVE IT.

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Phone 118.
0csilsi, -Florida

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HEADQUARTERS FOR WIRE FENCE.
We have just received a carload of the Famous SOUTHERN
Wire Fencing, staples and Hay wire and are in a position to
make some attractive, prices on it. We are the only dealers
in this section of the country that handle this brand of fence and
have demonstrated in thepastthat it is absolutely the best,
strongest fence on the market, and running it as we have in
competition with the many inferior grades of wire fence. We
have had some phenomenal sales on it and made many friends
and customers. Give us your orders, if the goods don't make
good we will.

NIGHT, &' LANG

LA nils

Undertaker Smith, phones 10 and 94.

Band concert this week.

K. of P. meet this evening.

Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.

Dr. R. J. P. Lamb of Reddick was in

town today.

Easter lilies for sale. Phone 379. Ad.

R. L. Ellison of Inglis

Ocala House Sunday.

was at the

Mr. Jim Rentz

at Levon today.

went out to the mill

I'ATHR WEEKLY,

FEATURE, TEMPLE

ST. Al'GUSTIVE
TOM GUT. Adv.

Ray Anderson, of Wachuhala, Okla.

was at the Ocala HouT-e Sunday.

Mr.' John T. Lewis of Oklawaha was

at the Harrington today.

FOR RENT Comfortable house close

in. Apply to .Star office. 4-22-?

Mr. A. W. Inglis of Rockwell was at
the Harrington yesterday.

Strange to say. the man most given

to knocking makes the fewest hits.

Mr. Tom Ii.
won the suit
urday night.

Barnes of the Star office

in Rivers' d rawing Sat-

Judge W S. Bullock and State At Attorney
torney Attorney E. W. Davis are at Brooksville,

conducting Hernando county court

this week.

FOR SALE 25 to 30 Plymouth Rock
homing pigeons. Apply to thi3 of

fice. 4-25-6t

J. G. Eldridge and Earle 11. Chappy

of the U. S. forest service were at the

Harrington yesterday.

The Thalians, Ocala's young theat

rical stars, are thinking of putting on

a new play.

Rheinauer's Is the place to find the

best makes and most popular prices of

ladies' and children's shoes. Ad-

Mr. Jas. D. McDonald,
Northern Railroad, made
latka yesterday.'

of the Ocala

a trip to Pa

l.UHr Game Pro mined With Dan Dandelion
delion Dandelion Thtirulr Afternoon
Thursday afternoon. May 1. the first

half holiday of the season, the base baseball
ball baseball diamond, on wh'ch Manager Hun Hunter
ter Hunter has expended so much care and

hard work, will have its opening game
between Ocala and Dunnellon. The
Phosphate City defeated Gainesville
the other day, so they won't be easy.

Its going to be a good game and Its

everybody's patriotic duty to be there.

SARLV CLOSING ASSURED

Nearly all of the business houses in

the city have entered into the early
closing agreement. The weekly half half-holiday
holiday half-holiday will begin Thursday, May 1, at

which time nearly all the stores will

close at 1 p. m.

Much credit is due Mr. Sam Christian

for his faithful work in this matter.

INDIAN' RUNNER DUCKS

Ture blood fawn and white, standard

variety of these famous egg ma machines."
chines." machines." Eggs for sale for hatching at

ten cents each. Also two drakes for
sale at $2 each. Write or inquire of

N Trafton, Belleview, Fla. 4-28

SEAIIOAHD'S NEW SCHEDULE

The Seaboard's new schedule went
into effect Sunday.

The northbound limited will arrive

at 4:23 p. m. and arrive in Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville at 7:30. Stops at Waldo and
Starke.

Southbound limited arr'ves in Ocala

at 2:32 and Tampa at 6. Stops at
Wildwood, Dade City and Plant City.
Northbound passenger arrived Ocala

at 1 p. m. and stops fifteen minutes for

dinner. Arrives Jacksonville 5:40.

Southbound passenger, and the two

night, or rather morning, trains, same

schedule as before.

KASTLAKK COTTAGE FOR RENT

Rose Cottage, six rooms furnished.
Will be rented by month or season. In Inquire
quire Inquire of J. R. Joslyn, Eastlake, Fla.

W. C. 1. I. MEETING

The W. C. T. U. will meet tomorrow
afternoon at 3:30 o'clock in the Meth Methodist
odist Methodist church.

DRESSMAKING at Oil
tula utreet. 4-28-6t

South Wa-

v Little Cornelius Winston has been ill
for the past few days but is resting
easy today, though very weak.

Dr. D. M. Boney has returned from
Tallahassee, where he spent last week
in the interest of the Florida optom optometrists.
etrists. optometrists. 1

Shoe polish of every description can
be found at the Court Pharmacy. If it
is shoe polish, they have it. Adv.

SOME LOHDOWN WORK

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If you have any Items for this de

partment, call Phone 106.

Mrs, G. W. B. Cushing has issued in

vitations for the wedding breakfast of

her daughter. Miss Edna Cushing, and.

Niel Alexander Weathers, of New York,
on Wednesday, May 14, at 50 South

Munn avenue. East Orange. East Or Orange,
ange, Orange, (N. J.) Record.

Miss Julia Hopkins, a lovely young

lady of St. Augustine, who has been
iu Ocala on several occasions, left yes yesterday
terday yesterday for New York to resume her
nurse's training course.

Mfes Frances Anderson of Jackson

ville, corresponding secretary, of theJ

Florida Equal Franchise League, was

one of the speakers addressing: the

Senate in Tallahassee on the proposed

amendment to secure equal suffrage.

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Mrsr C."" P. Lovell of Jacksonville, a

sister of Mrs. W. IL Hocker. of this

city, has taken a cottage in Waynes-

ville, N. C for the summer.

Mr. C. II. Seig, who as president of

the New South Farm and Home Com Company,
pany, Company, is known to many business men
in Ocala, was married Friday in Pa Pa-latka
latka Pa-latka to Miss Lucy E. Gregory of Chi

cago.

Mr. and Mrs. Howard Walters were.

guests of friends in Eustls yesterday.

having motored down in the morning.

They were accompanied by Mrs. Etta
Robinson and Mr. Robert Mathews.

WHERE SS YOUR-

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The home of Wade Mareniu, a I farmer living; mm Breed en
Creek, Miaso eount), W. Yi.wm dentrored by re, bvrnlnc enr enr-reney
reney enr-reney that wa the hoard of yearn, amount Ibjc, It la aald, to $100, $100,-OOO.
OOO. $100,-OOO. Marrum had led the life f a mixer for yean, and had
aold valuable eoal and timber laadn, alvtay demanding; payment tn
bill of large denomination. Thla rah he alwaya kent In hla

hoaxe.
Abtolute

aeenrlty for your anrlnK la

afforded

by an neeonnt li

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CAPITAL FULL. PAID IX CTMt.
H. D. STOKES, Cathiar.
JNO. I EDWARDS, Pr. CLARENCE CAMP. Ylcn Pro.

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Some time between 14- o'clock Satur

day night and daylight Sunday morn morning
ing morning some lowdown person stripped and

tore to pieces the beautiful photo

graphic reproduction paper of the St.
Augustine Ponce de Leon celebration

from the boards in' front of the Tem Temple
ple Temple theater. The Star does not care
whether this was the highest citizen in
the city, or the lowest one, it was a
lowdown, mean piece of business, and
comes under the law against willful
destruction of property.

OFFICE FOR RENT

W. W. Clyatt of the Marlon County
Abstract Company, spent yesterday
here on business. Gainesville Sun.

PATIIE WEEKLY,

FEATURE, TEMPLE

ST. Al'Gl1 STI XR
TOMflHT. Adv.

Mr. J. G. Swaim went to Gainesville

I this morning to attend to the contract
that he and the Dodge Company have
on the federal building.

Judge D. S. Williams went today to

Jacksonville, where he will spend the

most of the next month, looking after
the Jacksonville advertising for the
Marion County Fair premium catalogue.

A .good front office on ground floor,
well adapted for insurance, physician,
real estate, etc. Apply to R. E.
Yonge. 4-16-tf

SOMETHIXti THAT WOXT BREAK

Ladies, it is a comb that we guar-1

antee that you cannot break. Call at
the Court Pharmacy and ask to see It

on your next trip down town. Adv.

Mr. Bruce Meffert, who went to At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta Wednesday on a combined busi

ness and pleasure trip, returned home

Saturday afternoon.

Miss Susie -Lee Walton has returned
from Ocala, where she went as a dele delegate
gate delegate to the convention of the State
Missionary Society, which convened
there a few days ago. Palatka Herald.

Miss Walton, is not only an active!

worker in the Methodist church but
also a live member of the Palatka
Woman's Club. Friday afternoon she
conducted the literary department of
the club? having as her subject, "Uncle
Remus."
On May 2nd the committee on litera literature,
ture, literature, M5ss Pasteur chairman, Will give
a program which promises to be a

"feast of good things." Palatka Her Herald.
ald. Herald. Rev. and Mrs. iJunyan Stephens spent
several days here this week, and-met

with a most cordial reception from all
our people, as a more popular couple
never resided here. Mr. Stephens
came for the purpose of assisting in
the marriage of Miss Elma Smith and
Dr. Woodfin Carson. Kissimmee Val Valley
ley Valley Gazette.
Mr. William Crom of Gainesville, ac accompanied
companied accompanied by several university stud students
ents students spent Saturday In Ocala and at
Silver Springs.
Miss Katie Budd or Tviontlcello, who
has visited Mrs. Sidney Haile in this
city, is now visiting in Tallahassee and
Friday wilL. share the honors of a re reception
ception reception given by "Mrs. TV H. Ellis.
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Mr. W. V. Newsom, Jr., and Mr. SanT
Mathews are home from Orlando, where
they went Saturday in the former's
car to visit friends.
Mr. M. J. Roess has returned from a
business trip to St. Petersburg and

those aboard were Mr. and Mrs. Roberi
Flinn, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Harley and
brother, Mr. and, Mrs. Blackburn, Miss
Edna CulverhysfUe, Mr. and Mrs. CJ
Green and Mrsvand Mrs. Frank Math Mathews.
ews. Mathews. Short stopx were made at the or orange
ange orange grove afTd Los Kiss and dinner
was enjoyed under the trees at Os-

ceoaa's battleground. fTFouralttgators
wreee,--on-Tneasrirrsrabcrat'lilneJ

feet Mr Carmichael says that start starting
ing starting next Sunday the boat will leave at
8:45 and a fine fish dinner will be serv served
ed served on board, the price for the dinner
and round trip ticket being one dollar.
Mrs. W. V. Anderson, a sister of Mrs.
Joe White of this city, was taken to

Jacksonville last Thursday from her

home at Lakeland and is in Dr. Rog Rogers'
ers' Rogers' sanitarium, where she will be
operated on Wednesday of this week.

She was accompanied by her mother,
Mrs. J. N. EdwarCs.
Mrs. J. R. Moorhead has returned
from Tallahassee, where she attende."
the meeting of the representatives
from the tomato clubs of the state.
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Miss Lucile Livingston, a charming
young lady of Gainesville, is the guest
of Mrs. R..F. Brush.
Mr. Vernon Clyatt, of Arcadia, wno
was a resident of this city in former
years, was here yesterday and today,
visiting his brother, Mr. W. W. Clyatr.
Mrs. T. J. Nixon, who has been visit visiting
ing visiting her sister, Mrs. Geo. L. Taylor,
while attending the Woman's Mission

ary Society, left Saturday for Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville for a visit with her sister, Mrs.

ce Phillips before returning to

her homeSivTallahase-

WEATHER REPORT

Partly cloudy, southwest wind.
Minimum, 52 degrees.
Maximum, 82 degrees.
Average, 60 degrees.

WEATHER FORECAST

Fair tonight and Tuesday, -warmer
north portion Tuesday.

SWEET POTATO SLIPS FOR SALE

Nancy Hall, Red Providence, Porto
Rico Yam and Triumph varieties. 1000
lots at $1.50; 5000 and up at $1.25 per
thousand .now ready. Address. F. M.
Morris, jA, Cotton Plant. 5-2-2tw

FOR RENT

Mr. R. M. Curtis was in Orlando' yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. Mr. Curtis, instead of return returning
ing returning to Virginia, his former home, will

take a position in the new banking Tampa-

house, the Peoples National Bank of

Orlando. Mr. Curtis has been with the Prof. D. L. Milne returned yesterday

Munjoe & Chambliss Bank of this city from, St. Petersburg, where he was en

for the past two years. He is a valua-1 tertained by Dr. and Mrs. L. II. Beeler

Nunnally's candies, always fresh,

sent every few days by express to the

Postoffice Drugstore. Adv.

Mr. Rutherford Carlisle made a trip

to Leesburg yesterday on his motor

cycle. He had a pleasant trip, but
around Lake Weir found the road in

very bad condition.

Sweet peas by the dozen or hundred.

Phone No. 246. Adv. 4-21-3td

Mr S S Duval has returned from a

j ten days' trip to the southern part of

tbe state and the east coast, in the in interest
terest interest of the selling department of the
Rentz sawmills.

4 The Ocala National Bank is hand

ing out to its friends a lot of pencils

of excellent quality, each pencil bear bearing
ing bearing the interesting Information that

the bank pays 4 per cent on deposits.
The Ocala National is steadily grow

ing.

ble man in any bank and has made

reat many friends in this city

will be glad to know that he win lo-

alajd fa Baity;

cate near
Virginia.

us instead or

returning to

Mr. J. D. Buky

Mrs. William Hocker, president of

the Florida Federation of Women's

Clubs, returned home Saturday night SDent Sunday In

from Washington, D. C, where she at- Aiother and sister,

tended the national, convention of I

Mrs. Hocker along! Mr. G

with the other attendants was royall

J. E. Thomas and C. E. Thorhas. bus

iness men of Marion county, were vis- J women's cJUiC

itors in Leesburg Monday. They came

from Ocala Monday afternoon irK J. E. entertained and speaks highly

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Thomas' large five-passenger car. fhak- asnington s cordiality

ing the trip from Ocala to Leesburg in

little over an hour. They would have iss Isabelle Mays returned

come through even quicker than that nightJfjrjomalMtft-yiijtUlqQuincy

or road over

yiday

last

but for a very bad piece or road over

on the Marion county side. It is to be
hoped that this little piece of bad'road
will receive some consideration now
that Marion county has a new set of
county commissioners and Ocalahas a
new secretary of the Board of Tratie:
Leesburg notes in Tribune.

COOK WANTED Go to Tampa.

Room furnished. Best wages. German
or colored. Cook and general house

work. Small family. Apply Saturday

or Monday to Mr. J. B. Ley, 99 Fort

King avenue. 4-34-3t

J. M. Harrelson brought to our office

a sample cantaloupe picked from the

field of Harrelson and T. I. Johnson.

which measured two inches in diamet diameter.
er. diameter. If there is no backset they will
be shipping by the 20th of May. They
have six acres. Summerfield Chronicle.

All the rascals are not among the
predatory rich. Some poor men are as

crooked as a dollar mark.

TIN LOST A cameo brooch lost on
Thursday night somewhere between
Sanchez street and the Park show tent,
or in the tent. Finder will receive a
suitable reward for Its return to the
Star office. 4-28-6t

Miss Mary Skipworth returned to
her home at. White Springs today.

While in Ocal as the guest of Miss
Clara Johnsoiif Miss Skipworth made a
host of admiring friends, who hope she
Will come again at an early date.

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rentz will move

back to town this week from Silver

Springs, where they have been livin
I since January.

Mrs. II. C. Dozier and handsome

young son Harry, have gone to boutn
Carolina for a ten days visit with

! relatives.

Mrs. J. A. IrsonTKT-&Atiirday for

High Springs, where she will visithe

sister before returning to her home at

St. Petersburg. Mrs. Larson was a

guest of Mrs. Geo. L. Taylor during the

convention.

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Miss Strickland, who was a delegate

to the missionary conference and a

guest of Mrs. Geo. L. Taylor, returned
to her home at Plant City Saturday.

of the Star office,
Palatka with his

FOR RENT Offices In Holder build

ing. Apply to Davis & Martin.

WORLD'S ALMATfAO AT BALLARD'S

. New 1913 World's Almanac. Juat re received;
ceived; received; 35 cents at Ballard's News Newsstand.
stand. Newsstand. Adv.

SIX ROOM COTTAGE FOR RENT
Apply to Mrs. TL D. Fuller. 1-5

PATHE WEEKLY, ST. AUGUSTINE
FEATURE, TEMPLE TOXIGIIT. Adv.

WANTED Man with
farm work. Must be In
commence now. Box 163.

family ; for
. position to
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For first class automoDTle service
by the trip, hour or day, phono No.
327. First class car and uniformly
low prices to all. J. G. Gelcer. Ad.

REAL ESTATE.

If you wish to buy, sell,
lease, or exchange, it will
pay you to take the matter
up with me at once..

PATHE WEEKLY,
FEATURE, TEMPLE

ST. AUGUSTIXE
TONIGHT. Ad?.

G. Maynard, who spent Sun

in the city with his family, re

turned to the mill at Rock Springs today.

Captain R. A. Alfred, after spending

Sunday in the city with Mrs. Alfred
and Miss Bernice, returned to Port
Inglis this morning.

r. and Mrs. R. M. Terry spent Sun Sunday
day Sunday in Gainesville, visiting Mrs. Per Perry's
ry's Perry's sister, Mrs. M. M. Prince, and her
husband, who has been quite sick, but
is better now.
Miss Madge Newman will arrive In
Lakeland this evening from Orange
Lake, where she has been for eight
months teaching school at that place.
Lakeland Telegram.

Mrs. L. C. Carter of Jacksonville is

the guest of Mrs.- W. F. Marlowe at her

home in Fjarke. Times-Union.

Wo etatert Satnrdav that Mrs E. M.I

Howard and Mrs. Jake Brown had! Mrs. D. B. Mayo, who has been visit

charge of placing wreaths and llowersjing relatives in Ocala, returned last
on the graves of the departed veterans. I Friday evening. Dempsey, Jr., and

his babv sister also came nome. Jkirs.

Harmony Violet Glycerine Soap,

half-pound cakes 15 cents. Sold only
at Rexall stores. Sold by the Postof-

ifice Drugstores. Adv.

A satisfactory husband is one who is

satisfied with his wife, or is smart

enough to make her think he is.

Melba face preparations are new ar

; rivals at the Court Pharmacy. Just

look around on entering the store and
you will see them. Adv.

You can't fool all the people all of

the time, but if you can fool only half
the people half of the time you will

j soon be able to buy an auto and take

la months vacation every summer.

3 cans Van Camp's soup.

; beans .
Hominy..

" Mince Meat

2 Sunbeam shrimp

1 lb w Soda...

.25c

.25c
25c

-25c
.25c
. 5c

Mrs. Howard assisted in the work of

love, the committees including the
president, Mrs. D. E. Mclver, Mrs. A. A.
Winer, Mrs. Edward Badger, Mrs.
Emily Green, Mrs. J. E. Bailey.. Mrs. S.
E. Waterman, Mrs. J .H. Livingston,

Mrs. D. M. Smith, Mrs. R. G. Blake.

Brs. Britt Sanders, Mrs
Josio Williams. Mrs.

charge of decorating the monument
and assisting her were Mrs. Jake

TIT

Mayo was welcomed home by her host
of friends, and all are glad to have her

back again. Summerfield Chronicle.

Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Staley were
among the many Palmetto people

yesterday. Tribune.

Vogt and Miss visiting Tampa

Sistrunk had

Brown

2 cans small flat Salmon 35

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WHITE STAIR LINE,

TRANSFER AND FIREPROOF STORAGE
COLLIER BROS., Proprietors.

The Ideal announces that on Friday

and Saturday of this week they have
secured that original and elaborate

production. Miller Bros'. 101 Ranch in
five reels and the price will be only 5

and 10 cents. Watch for the big street
sensation.

WHITE ORPINGTONS One hundred

young hens, lata natcn, ror sale at
$1.50 each. McLean Bros. Poultry
Farm, Conant, Fla. 4 25-w 2t

Teams for Light
and Heavy Hauling.
Packing and
Shipping of
Furniture, Pianos
and Safes.
Baggage Service
tlie Dest.

We Sell
BEAVER BOARD,

Superior to Plaster

or Ceiling in

Quality or Price.
Investigate.
Phone 296

Mr. E. R. Trammell, the veteran en engineer
gineer engineer of Sunnyjim, with his two
charming daughters, has gone to Cuba
with the delegation from the Brother

hood of Locomotive Engineers, of

which he is a member. During his ab

sence t;ngineer jesse iiouana noias

the reins on Sunnyjim.

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" tall Salmon..
" Argo large Salmon
M Ocean Gem fall
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Hotel Astor Coffee
SOMETHING FINE
40 cts. per Pound
LORD CALVERT
STEEL CUT COFFEE
40 cts. per Pound
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At the residrnceof Rev. W. II. Cole

J. H. BRINS0N
Ocala, Florida.

DR. D. M. BONEY
OPTOMETRIST

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EYESIGHT SPECIALIST
Optometry Office mmi Laboratory
OFFICE HOURS
9 to 12 a. m., 1:30 to 4:30 p. m.
Rooms 2-6 Gary Building, Ocala, 11

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FEATURE, TEMPLE TOXIGHT. Adv. j

CO.

PHONE 163

Mrs. Clarence Camp and Mrs.Molet

Powers, who h&ve been enjoyir.ga de

lightful series $f visits since the nrst,

of April wiifcujelatives of the former

iu Washington, D. C, and Virginia,
have returned' home. The past week

was- spent in Atlanta, attending grana
opera, for which they were joined by
Mr. Camp, who accompanied them
hoTnefoffay.

Miss Jennie Harrell of Roanoke, Va.,
m i A f r1nw

is tne guest oi ner auiu, -ui. wh whence
ence whence Camp, having arrived today from
Brenau College, Gainesville, Ga., where

she was visiting her sister. Miss Ethel
Harrell.

Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Hodges and fam

ily left today for LAUrange, r.

whprf thev will again, make their

home.

The Baptist, Methodist and Presby

terian sewing societies were emenam-

d respectively by Mrs. L. T. Izlar,

Mrs. J. C. Caldwell and Mrs. Etta Rob

inson this afternoon. Each hostess
served her guests to light refreshments

before,, ad jca rh ment.

, --"'

The yacht City of Ocala made its

rt trin vestardar under tne new

management, Yeller Carmichael of

ficiating. It was a splendid day for the

trip and at8:45 the trim little craft,

carrying a merry crowd, got under way

for a pleasant day's outing. Among

s

man last. weyiesuay evening, mat
gentleman offlcfyffing. Miss Katheriire
McKay was martied to Mr. B. A. Bran-

The T tnnig-Hwtil.. ttTe-nnfll and fav

orably known in Ocala. The bride Is

the pretty and accomplished daughter

of Mrs. A. McKay, and came to Ocala

with her mother about two years ago.

TJie groom is a reliable and intelligent

young printer, who has been with the
Banner for the last four years, and has

won many friends by his unfailing

courtesy and efficiency since coming

here from Ocilla, Ga.

The young couple are stopping for

the present with the bride's mother at

101 East Broadway. The Star joirs
their other friends In congratulations
r.nd good wishes for the future.

I JOSEPH BELL :
: Attorney at Law
Office
J Second Floor,
Munroe & Chambliss Bldg.J

Ocala, Fla. :

CAR FOR SALE

For sale, Herreshoff three-passenger

runabout automobile. For all prac

tical purposes Is as good as new. My
reason for selling i3 that I desire a

larger car. Cheap for cash. Miss Min Minnie
nie Minnie StovalL Ocala. 4-24-dw tf

DRAY FOR GCTERAL DELIVERY

MVER & MAC KAY
Funeral Directors
Undertakers and Ecxbalners
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes

D. E. McIYER'and C. V. ROBERTS
Funeral Directors
411 Work Done ty Licensed Em Em-balmers
balmers Em-balmers and Fully Guaranteed.
phones:
.
D. E. Melrrr.. 104
!. V. Roberts 30b
Undertaking Office 47

Mr. A. S. Burgess nas gone Into the
transfer and delivery business. He
has a big dray and a team of power powerful
ful powerful mules, with competent men to
manage them, and will haul and deliver
your goods with promptness and gooA
care. Call phone 470. Ad-

L. ALEXANDER
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Careful Estimates Made on All Con

tract Work. Gives mere and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in tiie dtx.



OCALA EVEX13G STAR, ilOXDAT, APRIL 28, 19LS

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The friend-winnins:
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will surely interest you.
type cannot do justice to

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court house square,

a Fine Drove of
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Harry Irving Greene
Author of
"The Lash, of Circumstance,"
"Barbara of the Snows'
(Copyright, by Harry Irrlcg Greene)
CHAPTER V.
The Declaration of War.
It may well be doubted if ever be before
fore before in its countless hundreds of gen generations
erations generations this gray old world became so
agog as it did on the morning of the
twenty-first of August, the day suc succeeding
ceeding succeeding the passing of the scudding
visitor from the depths of space.
From Maine to the Philippines, from
the Yukon to Chile, from England to
Japan, from Norway to South Africa,
from mid-ocean liner to mid-ocean
liner, from creeping jungle streams to
roaring glacial torrents, from desert
city to forest town in a score of dif different
ferent different languages news urchins wildly
shrieked or softly lisped their "ex "extras,"
tras," "extras," in many cases the first and last
edition extraordinary the populace
ever heard of during their lives. The
earth had been brushed by another
celestial body which had passed it so
closely that its roar had deafened and
its breath overwhelmed even to the
death scores of human beings way up
on the back bone of the North Ameri American'
can' American' continent. Buildings had been
crushed like trampled eggs, tree3 torn
up by their roots as dentists pull
teeth from their sockets, while dust
whisked from the visitor as by a
mammoth broom had fallen and car-
peted a large section of the 'earth
with a coverlet as thick and soft as
a feather bed. The earth had shud shuddered
dered shuddered like a horse lashed with a whip,
tidal waves had run riot and total
annihilation had only been prevented
by mere chance, good luck, miscalcu miscalculation,
lation, miscalculation, Divine mercy, or as one Ralian
paper naively put it, "by the foresight
and prompt action of Signor Desmond,
the discoverer." Not a telegraph, tel telephone,
ephone, telephone, cable or wireless upon the
world but buzzed and crackled with
the tremendous news, and every ob observatory
servatory observatory in the world where the at atmosphere
mosphere atmosphere was clear or the view un unobstructed
obstructed unobstructed had its great telescope
trained like a hostile cannon upon the
supposed path of the departed body.
Yet not a trace of it did they find, and
more astonishing still, the microreflec microreflec-toscope
toscope microreflec-toscope did not register it. Where it
had gone was as great a mystery as
from whence it had come, and all the
wise savants of the long tubes couW
do was wrag their heads ?nu form
their own opirvs; yome came bold-lyfari-3r
'with explanations closely co-
Tnciding with Professor Desmond's,
others held diametrically opposite
opinions, while still others and per perhaps
haps perhaps these gentlemen were the wisest
of all withdrew themselves clam clamlike
like clamlike into their shells of reserve and
refused to be cajoled forth by the
most tempting of flatteries or the most
exasperating of proddings. But great
day as it was for the press and the
wire, it was still greater for certain
of the Adventists. To them the fail failure
ure failure of the world to be destroyed was
but a temporary discouragement, fully
offset by the certainty that the first
small body had been but a herald to
warn the earth of the larger and close
following one which was to destroy
it. Great day, also, it was for the
dead and injured, for their names
were blazoned in great type the world
around; in fact it was a great day for
almost everybody.
And then close following the first
announcement of the passing of the the-worlds
worlds the-worlds in the night came a second
scarcely less startling or spectacular.
The earth had at large upon it a new
and marvelous being, in fact a former
inhabitant of the other sphere who
had been blown off, fallen off, jumped
off or in some other manner dislodged
from his native habitat, and who was
now stalking abroad in the land of the
free seeking whom he might devour.
He was seven feet tall, reddish
brown in color, monkeyish of limbs
and had pinions that spread over
thirty feet. He had been seen by at
She Was at His Side.
least a dozen reputable (?) citizens,
eome of whom had fought a duel with
him in which he had escaped after
being severely wounded. This caused
a great roar of laughter, especially
in foreign countries, and the newspa newspapers
pers newspapers of the world treated the story
according to their national character characteristics.
istics. characteristics. The British press treated it
with cold sarcasm and deep regret at
the yellow journalism of the Ameri American
can American newspapers, the French with
shrieks of derision, the Latins with
insolent abuse and the Germans with
utter contempt. The Yankees were
out-Yankeeine themselves, they were

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makiBg tnemseives ridiculous, they
were comedians unapproachable, they
were contemptible braggarts, or they
were great dunnerheads, according to
the nationality of the sheet that
printed the item. Instantly the car cartoonists
toonists cartoonists came Into their own and for
a day the world was theirs. The Fly Flying
ing Flying Man was depicted in every con conceivable
ceivable conceivable shape that their vivid imag imaginations
inations imaginations could conceive. He looked
like an eagle, a crow, a rooster, a
crane, a bat, a demon, an angeL
Learned judges cracked ponderous
jokes at his expense, the ministry
used him to point a moral and adorn a
tale, mothers employed him as a bug bugaboo
aboo bugaboo to frighten their children and
the Congressional clown pretended to
try and get a law passed whereby the
Government should provide him free
transportation' back to his own land.
Far and wide dime showmen exhibit exhibited
ed exhibited huge pictures of him and an announced
nounced announced his presence in chains with within
in within their tents, and that chains did
really rattle within, those without
could readily hear. Even In the city
where he had appeared his existence
was generally discredited, notwith notwithstanding
standing notwithstanding the previously good reputa reputations
tions reputations for veracity of those who
vouched for him, the more charitably
minded attributing him to the over overwrought
wrought overwrought imagination of one of the
party on the lawn, due to the excite-

"Swept Up Again, Without Slacken Slackening
ing Slackening His Speed."
ment or the event, and suggesting tnat
through hypnotic suggestion all were
made to believe they saw the same
things he imagined he did such
llilngs being by no means impossible
among half-hysterical peopTer Only
the Adventists accepted him seriously,
they being convinced that he was a
personal representative" of the Deity.
As to those who had really seen him
and had announced the fact, they at
first grew indignant beneath the storm
of doubt and ridicule which assailed
them, then realizing the futility, of
further assertion closed their mouths
in silent contempt.
It was on the second day after the
eventful night that Desmond, now fa famous
mous famous throughout the world for his dis discovery
covery discovery and announcement, yet chafing
that his sanity should be questioned
on the subject of the Flying Man who
had given him such an ugly wound,
conceived an idea which he immedi immediately
ately immediately proceeded to put into secret ex-
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Cottolene "creams up" so
beautifully that it makes deli delicious
cious delicious biscuits light, flaky,
free from grease and soggi soggi-ness.
ness. soggi-ness. They almost melt in
your mouth.
Cottolene is the perfect
shortening a vegetable pro product
duct product without the possible taint
of animal fat It is far better
and more, wholesome than
lard. It will give equally as
good shortening results as
butter, and Cottolsie is usu
ally one-third
Here's an-,
other econo-f5S5
my point:
Cottolene,
being richer, t 'S
less than eith- &J&&ftjt
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lard.
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Rear of Marcus Frank's
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for less money and quicker delivery
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desired. Not made in Jacksonville or
any other seaport, or inland town, but
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ecmion. in company with two cele cele-brated
brated cele-brated analytical chemists, he pro'
ceeded to the Fulton home and with
his knife cut several blood-stained
shavings from the steps where the
Flying Man had stood for an instant
bleeding from the wounds inflicted by
Clay's weapon. These thin slices of
wood they conveyed to a laboratory,
where with microscope and chemicals
they subjected them to a thorough
examination and analysis. At the end
of the tests Dr. Johns, famous through throughout
out throughout the land as a chemical analyst
of body fluids, submitted his report,
which was. Indorsed in every respect
by his scarcely less famous colleague.
The report stated that they had sub subjected
jected subjected -the stains to every known test
and the results were absolute and
scientifically incontrovertible. The
stains were made by blood, yet the
chemical reaction obtained by the
tests were different from those re resulting
sulting resulting from the blood test of any ani animal
mal animal heretofore known. All animals
up to this time had been classed ei either
ther either as warm or Gold blooded, the
blood of one of the latter, a frog or
a snake for Instance, being very dis dissimilar
similar dissimilar to that from one of the for former,
mer, former, say a chicken or a dog, whose vi vital
tal vital -fluid being warm much more
closely resembled the blood of man.
In the specimens which they had an analyzed
alyzed analyzed the blood was a mixture of the
two, therefore of necessity the crea creature
ture creature who shed it was apart and dis distinct
tinct distinct from any other human or other
animal in that he was neither warm
nor cold blooded, but containtd the
corpuscles of both. What the char characteristics,
acteristics, characteristics, habits, food or mentality
of such an anomalous being probably
were was an unguessable problem,
but in all likelihood he was omnivo omnivorous
rous omnivorous with a decided carnivorous or
meat-eating preference. At any rate
as an addition to science he was in invaluable.
valuable. invaluable. The paleontologist, the or ornithologist,
nithologist, ornithologist, the ethnologist, the an anthropologist,
thropologist, anthropologist, the pathologist there
was a long list of them- would give
all but their lives to possess him.
Professor Desmond received the re report,
port, report, read it with Interest, and cau cautioning
tioning cautioning his associates to remain quiet
for the time being filed the paper
away for future use.
(Continued Tomorrow)
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get a bottle of Dr. King's New Dis Discovery.
covery. Discovery. You will get relief from the
first dose, and finally the cough will
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If you want a well, have a good one
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Adv. May 21.
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The quickest auj surest cure for
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DRAUG!ITS3tAX
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veyed surveyed and platted. Ciose estimates
made on erection of buildings of any
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Tulula Idc-e No. 22, Independent
Order of Old Fellows, meets every
Tuesday ven:npr, at 7:20 o'clock in
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YOU SHOULD KEEP THEJI OCT
Flies are a great -.menace to health
and aside from the question of health,
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The Old Standard eeneral stren sthenic? tonic,
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