For All of the Domes
AT RIGHT PRICES
Theus Zachry Co.
OCALA, FLORIDA. WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 1913
THE FURXITURE MEN
I 1 1
1 LEADING HIE
Problem of fhe IVnpIr of raHfornla
Dealing With lh- Ahiatir
Trie Jap. me me-lift
lift me-lift ic- people,
s.rnall island ;
e -ATf a hardy and ener ener-They
They ener-They are confined to a
.n l peninsular
e they have outgrown
of time before these two character characteristics
istics characteristics will have enabled them to take
up. piece by piece, all the farm and
warden lands of California. They are
now, by national law. ineligible to citi-
jzenhi. To allow them to acquire
In j land and then make them citizens
i would be to, create a race iiroblem be
side which -the-' negr.A,.problern would
j. ale. a burden no state should be ask asked
ed asked to shoulder. If the Jaijane.se were
permitted to buy lands freely in Cali California,
fornia, California, they would, in the course of
time, become the dominant race. The
whites would ultimately divide into
two la-e-: a few very rich persons.
territory rU!U.h rjf.jit.r than the Japanese, and a
M : I xy
.r t -a C : e r
in honor of
o lias been the
a nd -elf preservat ion
seek to colonize in
which th'.v can gain a fo
will u-e eve i y r-- .'ir' e
force at their corn Mia nd
land, whether as national
as individual holdings
countries. They ar-- oui'e
? j t h e d o m i n a n t
on-! to b
be servants to
a condition not
o f c ra f
territory or i
in foreign I
r contemplated. The affair must
inducted with every possible con-
an'' si leration f..r a sensitive, proud and
more I warlike people, but what California
is set out to do must be done.
rights in so 'loin-,
are equally within
oa 1 -eepin g in of
landixhra e U- n..-n t Tii
standard of living is fir b
tne. native born A titer i can.
Hut other nation nation-heir
heir nation-heir right in pm pm-against
against pm-against this grad grad-a
a grad-a foreign and ;ik-
low that of
meeting of .vi. store men
jotithrru Turpeu t iur OpfratnrN I)Ih-
AITalm of (be
al-o a skill
ceeding our our-a'
a' our-a' -iuire land.
in intensive farming ex ex-If
If ex-If t h.-y art- allowed to
it will only a que-tion
" BAD BREATH n"
Is caused by Incigestion, and that
disorder brings on headaches, sal sal-lowness,
lowness, sal-lowness, languor, dizziness and a
general discouraged feeling.
(THE POWDER FORM)
Corrects all Disorder In
The Stomach and Bowels.
Its powerful, reviving and regulat regulating
ing regulating influence in the liver and digestive
organs brings an immediate improv improv-ment.
ment. improv-ment. You feel better. The bowels
move freely so that the impurities
that have clogged up the digestive
tract find an outlet. When the sys system
tem system has been thus purified the bilious,
half -sick feeling disappears; the com complexion
plexion complexion improves, the breath becomes
sweet, the mind throws off gloomy
forebodings, and there is a fine feeling
of energy and exhilaration all through
Sold by Dealers. Price, large package, $1,00.
Aik frt tie genuine with the Bed Z on the label.
If yoa cannot get it. remit to ua, we will end it by
mail, poetpanl. Simmons Liver Regulator It put np
also in liquid form fr those who prefer it. Price,
$1.00 per bottle. Look (or the I'.ed Z Jubei.
jni. H. ZElllN & CO., Props., St leuis, Mo.n
j Savannah. May 7. Naval stores fac fac-jtors
jtors fac-jtors representing 73 per cent" of the
growers of .-jiirits, turpentine and
(rosins met here yesterday and took
jthe first step toward entering into an
I agreement to protect their interests.
;Tsie present ehaotie state of the mar
has caused the meeting. That there
! formed a holding" company for
1 1 he protection of the producers is eer eer-,
, eer-, ta i n.
j "We have ceased to consider the
'American Naval Stores company in
j connection with the naval stores sit sit-juation."
juation." sit-juation." said a prominent factor today.
The American is no longer an import important
ant important factor of the naval stores world.
Its affairs art to he liquidated and its
husiness closed up."
Interests from Wilmington to New
Orleans are represented at the meet-inn-.
Wc offer one hundred dollars reward
for any case of catarrh that cannot be
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F-. J J-CHI
CHI J-CHI INKY ic Co., Toledo, Ohio.
We, the undersigned, have known F F-J.
J. F-J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and Re Relieve
lieve Relieve him perfectly honorable in all
'business transactions, and financially
! able to carry out any obligation made
j by his firm. YValding Kinnan & Marvin.
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intern internally,
ally, internally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents
I per bottle. Sold by all druggists,
j Take Hall's Family Pills for con constipation.
stipation. constipation. Ad.
INDIA It UN N Kit DUCKS
Pure 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 f ot
sale at $2 each. Write or inquire of
N Trafton. Relleview, Fla.' 4-28
In the KMrf of the onmiit tee to
' Kfleet thnt the- lilitcbton itoad
rf the Hoard
court house n
orii :r, i it ee
at ct sp
the i i : u ; t
w : t
- I 5
' ra r
i a r k
ll, is: .-. .i : iiiunt:;?.
I-:. Joliey and wife and their
!d. lighter. little Miss Mirle Shet-
rt a. of Jacksonville, spent Sat---
anl Sunday here, visiting: Mr.
Mrs. J. w. Shetile worth.
I. Wood P. P. Pieiiardson, W. P.
h. '. J. Grace. Hob. Wood and
Ilichardson attended the cattle-
examine condi;i-n of r
and take the same uj
conditions and a-.uaain
good citizens in that section
county contiguous thereto, havinz
made a personal examination this aft aft-ernoun.
ernoun. aft-ernoun. present the following report:
We rind that while this examination i
was at a tim when the r.als are very,
dry. we found a fairly a 1 road under j
the conditions, and that the sa:i, with ;
a few exception has been scraped and'
put in about .i- g...od .-hap.- as po.-i-
l.de under present corditi-.n and witii
tiie material used; further, that ootid i- j
lions show conclusively that several
points are no doubt in the rainy sea- j
son more or less in bad shape and need j
immediate attention to make them ;
insj near tiie home of F. M. Ram-la.-t
Saturday. There was a large
jTowd iTesrjit to witness this new fea fea-.
. fea-. tur..- of exterminating; the tick. The
program was carried out one bunch
j of twenty-two hea l of cattle wa.- put
I tVifoua h the vat in five minutes.
I .V. M. Smith and family of Rochelle,
:ne down last Friday night and stay stay-;
; stay-; 1 over till Monday morning, visiting
I relatives her.
Harry Wood and Mi.-s Kva Histie
; spent Saturday and Sunday at home.
! Tiie he cream party tdven by the
i oing folks la-i Friday night, was
; vaite a success, quite a number of peo peo-!
! peo-! iie from Micanopy. Poardman. and Me-
I. '. lrace and .1. D. Mussy loaded a
m fl in
if a j
hard s.urface road, for not less th.m
five miles, beginning at Plitcht-m and
coming east, and the hard surfacing of ',
the worst parts intervening. j
We believe that in the preparation;
of this road and hard surfacing the i
same, t'ne road bed should be given aj
better width, as the present road bed j
is too narrow. j
Tiie five miles just out of trie city
limits were found in fair condition, 1
which can be surfaced at such time or
times as the commissioners can react
A: ., Macon.
:!t bulk and
.n c:iy car
n. It was
' r a
tge here yesterday and
same to G. W. Fulghman
?a. The car was loaded
contained more cabbage
ever shipped from Evin Evin-estiinated
estiinated Evin-estiinated to contain 2S8
Kr lkf IVuptMeil New ounty of Itlox Itlox-hnm
hnm Itlox-hnm Hill IntrMltioel liy Member
Tallahassee. May 6. A bill providing
for tiie creation of Ploxham county
was introduced in the House yesterday
by Judge Worley of Dade. The meas measure
ure measure seems fair and meritorious and
were it not for the fact that the mem members
bers members of both Marion and Levy counties
came here instructed against county
division the passaae of the bill would
simply be a question of routine work.
Mr. J. N. Willis of Levy county, who
has charge of the bill, has advanced its
popularity far beyond the expectations
of those who ojLTose it. and from talk
-ard among th$.Roase members T.evv
They went down in Mr. W. F. Jordan's
Mrs. J. A. Pradshaw and children,
who have spent the past three weeks
at Orange, Springs, left last Friday for
their home at Trilby.
Mr. Charley Woods. Mr. Albert Mer Mer-kle
kle Mer-kle and Mrs. Ignatia F.ryden and chil children,
dren, children, enjoyed a days' outing last Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, fishhis in the Oklawaha and a
basket dinner at" Indian ltluff.
Tiie Ocala Northern's change of
schedule caused several of the busi-
to be left in Ocala and
lis appointment as
We hope to have
AKUIVAl. AMi HKlWIMl HI'
iiut MKincixn roit colds
Tiie following schedule is not paid
for, Init is printed for the information
of tiie public. The railroads are re re-H'Jested
H'Jested re-H'Jested to send in corrections when whenever
ever whenever necessary.
SKAPOAKD AIR LINE
Mr. Co wart has
depot agent now.
Mr. and Mrs. William JI. Blitch, of
Green Cove Springs, are visitors here,
tiie guests of the latter's brother, Mr.
T. P. Hall and family.
The preaching service is changed
from Sunday evening to morning and
there will be a leaaue service at night.
Mr. O. H. Parker visited his family
ir; Palatka last week
Dr. W. C. Warren, of Palatka, made
j i professional visit here last week.
He was called to attend a little child of
iff- -e rfsitY i l I'. .a i. i i
. -.u.. "i. ..'in..- iii.p. KfijiK ieit to io nouse-
cleaning, was badly burned with a
til of scalding water.
Wheni druggist recommends a rem remedy
edy remedy for odds, throat and lung troubles,
you can feel sure that he ..knows what
ho is talking about. C. Lower, drug druggist,
gist, druggist, of Marion. Ohio, writes of Dr.
King's N.w Discovery: "I know Dr.
King's New Discovery is the best
throat and lung medicine I sell. It
the same. This is one of the very best
agricultural sections in the county and j
present developments warrant our most
earnest efforts on tiie part of these cit citizens
izens citizens and we pledge our best endeavor
looking to tiiis end.
d. M. Me (Ten.
D. K. Mclver,
! cured my wife of a severe bronchial
old after all other remedies had fail-
: eu. Jt wii io tne same lor you If you
iare suffering with a cold or any bron bron-jchial.
jchial. bron-jchial. throat or lung cough. Keep a
I bottle on hand all the time for every every-;onc
;onc every-;onc in the family to use. It is a home
i doctor. Price SOc and ?1. Guaranteed
formed that it
W. T. Gary. C
Aj.ril 23. PO:;,
1 b y T y d i r. g s !c C o
read, and on
t he com m! t tee
not bm of
waj In- j
the Intention off
board of county commissioners to'hard
surface the T.litchton road as sou a
present obligations are finished.
Lame back is usually caused by
rheumatism of the muscles of the
back, for which you will find nothing
(1)1 nei laau ujiliucudlll s 1,1 II 1 III en l.
nor sale by all dealers. Ad.
. 1 :05 p.m.
. 1:33 a.m.
No. 0 (Limited)
No. 2 2:23 a.m.
No. 4 1:00 p.m.
No. 10 (Cdinited. .4:23 p.m.
anu u i
ATLANTIC COAST LlLE
Soufhbouil ,la. and S, ltemburg'
No: 37 2:20 a.m. 2:21 a.m
ited leaves Jacksonville at
and arrives in Tampa at 6
tves Tampa ?. ""p. m. and
acksonville a- 7:j0 p. m. It
t Turkey Creqk, Jlant City,
. .2:40 p.m. 2:2 p.m.
Ja. nnd Lerjilnira
Second and l.n.ot Knintle from lllltj
to tiie Hoard of Trade
E. IVIcCLAlIVE, M. P.
SPECIALIST IN CHRONIC DISEASES
THE Dr. MCLANE MEDICAL, SURGICAL
AND ELECTRICAL INSTITUTE
PHONES Office, No. 333. Dr. McClane's Residence, No. 407.
Office Suite 1 to 7, Holder Bloc k. Southwest Corner Public Square.
Call up Phone 300 and Let us Give n Estimate on Your
AND ELECTRICAL WORK
We Guarantee to Save You Money on Any Work in Our Lines
Af e employ none but expert wc are la ponltlon to guarantee ev every
ery every piece of nrk we oonwtruet to Mtnnil the Inspection of the niont
rlield luNpecttr. It rontn nothing to icet our flxurea, and you arc the
winner, whether we secure the contract or not. ttlve ua a trial.
M. W. XUCIKEIR
POUT KING BLOCK
Gentlemen :-When on the tiiht of
tho 2."ih ult., we declared ovir line-up
with those seeking county separation
we so stressed the information as that
there could remain no doubt in the
minds of those present as to the sln-
o rity. of our utterance. J shall co.u- j
tinu1 in the strupl.-. i.chcvin" the
men who fetaj s ni the tlirht displays
(t imtcti cuuraae as he who wins it. i
Whenever and even the maenan!srur
ty of a county's intersetc--: i-i su-U liiat I
the County F-'li'tT" permit taxation j
wilto.ut representation then and in
that event the subject who eaou.'t
share equally with thi more fortunate!
sections should he allowed, and even I
uriied, to seek redress by the etab-j
lishment of a kingdom peculiarly!
their own. i
Ve have ni proposed the new
eounty- merely to ive expression to!
the disgruntled element of either coun-
ty. We are not insurgents, bvit we are
proarexslve. There was a time when!
Florida had only two counties; and,
from time to time as the exigencies 'of j
the case demanded "and the necessities,
of tne people required, citize- A Flor Florida
ida Florida have been given smadlt counties
which brOjUiu government closer to
vhat extent should men be inconven
ienced in reaching- county of fird;,! j
should they be required to. travel thlr-j
ty to forty miles? I not government I tt?t?iHII!tUt
v-Qnveuience as well as safety? j
R. D. FULLER
j DENTAL SURGEON
( flice: Over Murtje fe CbambllNs Dank
J. E. CHAOE
Kooms 9, io and 11, Second Flcr,
p.m. S:1G 'J in.
Southbound Oca lu and l.akc4ain$
No. 2i (.Sunnyjim) 0:1C m.
Northbound Jnx. and Ieterwlmri
No. : 2:20 a.m. 2:21 a.m.
No. 40 12:34 p.m. 1:14 p.m.
A Mrt hbound I.eeshurK and Ja
No. 10 6:05. a. ni. 6:06 a.m.
Vorthltoiiud-rk.akelanl nnd Ocala
No. 3"? (Sjunnyjim) ... .Arrive 3:50 p.m.,
Ocala and Honioassi
Leave No. 43 3:20 a.m.
Leave No. 47 2:25 p.m.
Arrive ti 12:50 p.m.
Active No. 4 8 6:00 p. m.
Lv. for I'altUa.. 7:S0 a.m. i:25 p.m.
Sunday tvlns .... 8:00 a.m. J:23 p.m.
.r. from I'alatka 10 :40 a.ui. 5:10 p.m.
OMi:hfil ski:; salyf,
i Me Jexas onder cures Kidney and;
blad-ier trouble, removing gravel,
cures diabetes, weak and lame backs,
rheumatism and all irregularities of
the kidntys and bladder in both men
and women. Regulates bladder troub troubles
les troubles in children. If not sold by your
druggist, will be sent by mail on re receipt
ceipt receipt of II. One small bottle is two
months- treatment and seldom fails to
perfect a cure. Send for testimonials
from this and other states. Dr. E. V.
Hall, 2016 .Olive street, St. Louis Mo.
Sold by all brugsists. Ad
Working for Improvemeata of AVeat
t'oant Harbor mwtd tie
Washington. May t". Congressman
Sparkman was ar. tearly arrival yester
day at the ofrlcf j'of the board of en engineers
gineers engineers of the v r department, where
he went to ask s.rorable action on a
number of watt i y projects In Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. J
He asked the board to act avorably
on navigation p4jects at Cfcar Key,
Withlacooehee river, Hillsborough riv river,
er, river, Sarasota bay, Clearwater harbor up
to Punta Gorda. upper Cal6o.hatchle,
Crystal River and Oklawaha fiver.
Some of the recommendafkm of dis district
trict district engineers on the jtroVcsition to
Improve these waterways have been
acted upon favorably and some unfav unfavorably,
orably, unfavorably, and Mr. Sparkman thought It a
good plan to submit those unsatisfac unsatisfactory
tory unsatisfactory to the board ,nl u.sk. that where
unfavorable reports have been made,
those decisions be reversal and fcrora fcrora-ble
ble fcrora-ble reports submitted.
CHAITKK XO. IS, n. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the fourth
Friday in every month, at 7:20 p. m.
C. E. Connor. II. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
I I.I. 1" VV FOl'H
MONTHS IX ADVA5CB
Wanted, October 1st. 1913, for eight
months, house with five rooms, hall,
toilet and bath on second fir5or, and
ample accommodations on first floor
for living, dining, sewing, kitchen,
play and toilet rooms. Must have elec electric
tric electric lights, large front back yards,
all fenced In. Will pay J25 per month
and water and light- b'lls. Addr&s.
"Advance Payment," care box 5'
Ocala, Fla. 4-28-Ctd
If you eat something that 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 pinch of SIMMOI.'S RED Z
LIVER REGULATOR and wash It
down with a swallow of water. It
drives out impurities In the Etomach
and bowels and you feel better im immediately.
mediately. immediately. Sold by ill drugstores. Ad.
DR. L. F, BLALOCK
office: over commercial
HE THE DOCTOR'S
FEE OF REAL WORTH
When you pay a doctor for a skillful diagnosis you want to
If the medicine that you get on his orders is
that it should be you are the loser. It is of supreme importance that the con contents
tents contents of your prescription be fresh and reliable Jnst as it is of importance
that your doctors' orders are carefully followed. Bring your prescriptions to
us to be filled and they will be compounded from fresh, reliable drugs. And
what's more we offer you the same prompt and polite service that our cus customers
tomers customers have beer, enjoying right along. Try us with the next prescription.
THE COURT PHARMACY
th drug store on the square
OCALA - - FLORIDA
A Pound 0! OUR ICE Is
Worth A Ton Of 'Tonics 1
Counternet the lll-effect of hot weather by iilng a plentiful
nnioiint of lre, wholesome, healthful ice.
yrrtr cold food on your l.le n often a you can not
cool, iniliiid, thing bar them lel;cloiily COLD.
OCALA ICE & PACKING CO.
The Ocala papers speak of Mark.ui
county as being equal in aea 10 some'
European kingdom?; and this is true.'
Do we -need empires to conduct the
people's business and do larger coun counties'
ties' counties' offer any better guaranty to hon honesty
esty honesty of administration, lessening of
taxes mi1 promotion of farmers inter interests?
ests? interests? Does it follow that large coun counties,
ties, counties, while boasting of sie, population
and wealth, have corresponding larger
responsibility in her provision for the
weilfare and upbuilding of a larger
AREA, and in that sense are at a dis disadvantage?
advantage? disadvantage? Time was when largo ouutn? col collected
lected collected her tatai trom her thousands
ot population and made Improvement!'
only in certain special or pet locali
ties, but the time IS and on hand r it lit
now. when large counties are overaw
ed with the stupendous ta-sl .. quick.-
y pa&alnn out j uli hyr peoph similar j
improvements and for which the peo- j
pie are justly calling. mall coun- ;
ties have the advantage of being aldu
to get around in a .short r tlnit; an i ;
accomplisn mis wotk ana tr.us hum- ;
people happier and more contented.
The territory we're requesting i- :
not extensive, but -embraces wraer
area of splendid aiiieuitural soil than (
is contained in anntlier county in Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. If the line between the present Mar Marion
ion Marion and Levy counties hou!d he picked
to witiiin five miles of eala. no mer merchant
chant merchant of Ocala would feel the change
in his business; tiie same fifteen miles
would stand between mkhrun and :
Ocala and th- jiar.it or sioniir to t:; t:;-"trick
"trick t:;-"trick City'- to trade would remain!
unchanged. If Ocala is now enjoying
the patronage of the peopl- in her'
stores, hanks, hotels, factories, and
school that she should have it is be ':
cause these interests ;ave not prepar-;
ed themselves for more than t::ey are
receiving. St'ck a peg here.
The growth and development .f clt- :
ies do not depend uim.ii thr area of
a county or the extent of its forests
or the amount of the untillel lands or
even the location of boundary lines
defining the limits of county organiza organizations.
tions. organizations. S',icees in iiiitters material;
both to counties arid c-iti-s .--.or from
a contented and pro-peror.s people
whose activities are encouraaed by
J. G. PURVIS,
Ducklen's Arnica Balve is known
everywhere as the best remedy made
for all diseases of the skin, and also
for burns, bruises and boijs. Reduces
inflammation and is soothing and heal healing.
ing. healing. J. T, Sossaman, publisher of the
News, of Cornelius, N. C, writes:
'hat one box helped his serious skin
ailment after other remedies failed.
Only' 25 cents. Recommended by Tyd Tyd-ings
ings Tyd-ings & Co. Ad.
(lCOHDIA LODGE F. I'. 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.
FOR TIIK WEAK AXD Mull VOL'S
Offices over Nash's
Dry Goods Store.
If you wish to buy, sell,
lease, or exchange, it will
pay you to take the matter
up with me at once.
Tired-out. weak, nervous men and
women would feel ambitions, energet energetic,
ic, energetic, full of life and always have a good
appetite, if they would do the sensi sensible
ble sensible thing for health take Electric
BUters. Nothing better for the stom stomach,
ach, stomach, liver or kindeys. Thousands say
they owe their lives to this wonderful
home remedy. Mrs. O. Rhinevault, of
Vestal Center, X. Y.. says: "I regard
Klectric Bitters as one of the greatest
of gifts. I can never forget what it
has done for me." Get a bottle your yourself
self yourself and see. what a difference it will
make in your health. Only 50c and $1.
Recommended by Tydings & Co. Ad
Raisin Cake, Pound Cake, Walnut Cake,
Glace Fruit Cake and Oriental Fruit Cake.
Dundee's Pure Fruit Jams, Peach, Straw Strawberry,
berry, Strawberry, Raspberry and Apricot.
Dundee's Orange Marmalade.
Walnuts, Seeded Raisins, Currants, Crystal Crystal-ized
ized Crystal-ized Cherries, Crystalized Ginger.
Mushrooms, French Peas, Anchovies.
Truffles, Macedoin, French Mustard, German
Ox Tongue, Lunch Tongue, Shrimp, Deviled
Crabs, Underwood's Deviled Ham.
An elegant line ol sawyers' manu manuscript
script manuscript covers, in any color that could
be desired, jut received at the Star
J. H. BRINSON
Orange Springs. May 6. Mr. Phillip
Hrne Marble City, Okla., is guest
of the Carleton House. He has bought
some real estate in town and will en engage
gage engage in the poultry business.
Mr. F. H. Peiidrick visited I'alatka
last Wednes' y
McIVER & MacKAY
- .....AAA....... ..-.
. C. SMITH
Tiie farm- are
Hardens and jields
moisture is badly
Mr, -and Mrs. I
Miss Carrfe Fuller
ret. 'composted a
thouugh to Ja
over night at
rpt. Mr. Fuller i
be i; i n to
. C. Fuller of Mt.
by their daughter,
r and Mr. Kirov Gar Gar-party
party Gar-party who motored
ksonville. They stopped
Orange Springs for a
good markets, g o.d roa Is.
i.ations. boards of trade, fe
interests and an equal li-t
Rear of Marcus Frank's
her citizens, s
Grand View hotel at Mt. Dora, having
closed the house. The party was en en-route
route en-route to Cleveland. C, to spend the
Mr T. R. Higgins of I'alatka. was a
w-eek-end visitor to Orange Springs.
Your scribe is very sorry. "Fault
Finder" is wright instead of right, and
an error in the small letter s changed
-Mrs." to "Mr." A young man's name
u as changed to "Mrs."
' Mrs. Lee Hogin died near Fort Mc McCoy
Coy McCoy last Friday, and was laid to rest
the cemetery here aturua anej-
e was a young woman i-Miij
vears old and had been mar-
WO. N'T mu,
WOT AVE A It OUT.
"Wonder what It is? "Why U'a noth nothing
ing nothing more than one of those
M'UIMIID IHOX BEIIS
that we want you to come In and
buy. They are "things of beauty
and a joy forever." At the same
time buy one of our
You can do more sleeping In a night
on one of these mattresses than you
can in a year on some "body killers"
we know of. ..
I MQIE DESIGN
in house furnishings
by those of artistic
here will disclose
Day Phone 10
Ight Phone 4
Evinston, May 6. Miss Sarah VTooi
tendered a social entertainment at her I
l.-ti-t Friday Friday-weeks
weeks Friday-weeks with
dt of several
from a vi.
relatives at Oklawaha.
a i-. H-sselien, of Yv'il Yv'il-,
, Yv'il-, i- a visitor here, a guest
of the "arleton House.
Messrs. R. M. Lamraz and M. P. Jor Jordan
dan Jordan attended the "ash-fry" at Eureka.
IX I QUI-! FURNITURE
TIIT I DECORATIVE
but not overly dear,
wins these days, and.
that gives us our liberal patronage.
MERIT IN FURNITURE
MERIT IN PRICE.
McIVER & MacKAY
.OCALA LViiM.VJ XAjc, Lii:iAY, Hi 7, leifj
"-i-r- Binf'ir- r-'i irrrwi'in WTi"iiirifitirTiiiir"i
OCALA EVENING STAR
Bittlnger Sc Carroll, Proprietor
II. II. Carroll, General Manager
Port V. Leavengood, llulne Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered in the postofflce at Ocala,
i'la., as second class matter.
MUCH HKGUKTTEU RESIGNATION'
OF COMMISSIONER MAVO
Mr. Nathan Mayo of Summerfield
sprung: a big surprl.se on his friends
today by tendering his resignation to
Governor Trammell and presenting a
copy of same to the board of county
commissioners as a member of the
board from the third commissioner's
Under a recent ruling of the postof postofflce
flce postofflce department postmasters who re receive
ceive receive over $500 per year are under the
civil service rule and cannot hold
other state or federal offices, so Mr
Mayo had to resign one or the other of
Mr. Mayo is a fine business man, has
large Interests in the territory he rep
resents atnd game promise of making
the county a splendid official and he
has hundreds of friends who will re regret
gret regret that he will no longer serve the
The democratic executive committee
will probably be called together to rec recommend
ommend recommend a man to the governor for ap appointment
pointment appointment to the position to fill Mr.
Mayo's unexpired term.
the Southern Confederacy and Gov Governor
ernor Governor Trammel has signed the bdlL
The work will be pushed to comple
tion and by the time the monument is
finished it will be time for the annual
reunion of the Confederate Veterans to
be held in Jacksonville in 1914.
THE STAR WANTS
Alkali ike. I i- KrrU Temple luni&hl
Eieetiou f Officer hy the City Council i
me pictures, every one ot t
LICENCED feature. Look them
comedy an J
LOSE THAT FAT JOB
The Jacksonville Metropolis says:
Political wiseacres and gossipers are
spreading the story about town that
John W. Martin, appointed collector of
customs for the district of Jacksonville
by the president, will hold the position
only for a brief term, and that the
headquarters of the district of Florida
on July 1, or rather before that time,
will be transferred to Tampa. In other
words, that the executive order by
which the customs districts of Florida
were combined, effective on July 1, will
be so modified before that time as to
make Tampa the headquarters, thus
depriving Mr. Marti" of the position of
collector for the st.t-' and making the
present collector at Tampa the state
collector, relegating the Jacksonville
office to only headquarters for a dep deputy
uty deputy collector.
The Star has a very good staff of
correspondents, but it hasn't half as
many as it wants. In addition to those
it has, it desires to secure correspond correspondents
ents correspondents at the following Marion county
At most of these places, the Star has
never had correspondents; at some of
them it has, and to all who have
lapsed, this is an invitation to take up
the work again. There is nothing that
makes a county paper so acceptable to
its readers as country correspondents,
and both the Star and their neighbors
will appreciate the work of the public public-spirited
spirited public-spirited writers who engage to send in
the news of their communities.
The city council met Tuesday night,
with President pro tern J. II. Taylor in;
tiie chair, and Messrs. Carmichael, j
Weihe, Bennett, Cam, lielvenston, Liv-
ingston and Hood present.
A light was ordered placed at the j
corner of Orange and South Ninth!
Mr. Converse asked that he be given
as much notice as possible when the
city decided to open South Fourth
street, which he has been using for a
lis -Hi'-! ni me izrro.t:-
I western programs we have bad:
! "The Gun Man." Featuring Alkali
i Ike. the king, of comedians.
"Pete Joins the Force,"
"Oil Gorman's Gal."
"The Mountain Wituh."
and a thriller.
"The f I'w.O'.'U Painting,
with a moral.
D o o r s o pen 6:C, -1 ") e
J. F. JENKINS,
G. lv. WILLIAMS,
II M. WILLI A SIS.
J e X JE
General Building Contractors
303 Uceola Street, Ocala, Fla. PHONE 389. l'Iek Northeast of Fostoffice
THE VERY BEST OF EVERYTHING IX BUILDING CONS till CTIOX
We are prepare I 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 Plastering-,
Hoofing. Blacksmithing, Special Iron Work, and all other branches of building.
We Oiler to the Trade Lime, Cement, Plaster, Roofing, Sewer Pipe, Plumbing' ami Steam Fitting Supplies and
Building Brick, Both Common and Pressed.'
t-nts. Big Dill
The communication referred to thej
MI1 eMern Two Iteel Feature, Other;
w a s
capacity last nig!:
ar.l was enjoyel
Mr. J. H. Kutler
II Alt MO NY LACK I fi
IV A SA11ASOTA
CELEI1H ATION" OF A CENTENARY
New York formally welcomed within
its doors Tuesday delegates who came
from Great Britain, Canada, New
Foundland and Australia, to join Am American
erican American representatives in a five day
conference, looking' toward a centen centenary
ary centenary celebration of the treaty of Ghent
the compact of peace between the
United States and Great Britain to be
held in Ghent and in English speaking
countries beginning Dec. 24, 1914.
In the room where the first United
States Congress convened, now the gov governor's
ernor's governor's room in the city hall, Mayor
Gaynor wtlcomed the visitors to the
municipality and Alton B. Parker, on
behalf of the American delegation.
It is said by the best posted ones
around the courthouse that Mr. Jos. W.
Davis of Summerfield will probably
succeed Mr. Mayo as county commissioner.
If reductions In wages of working working-men
men working-men follow the enactment of the demo democratic
cratic democratic tariff bill, the investigating
powers of the department of commerce
will be called in to establish whether
they are of a bona fide nature. Presi President
dent President Wilson has said he would try to
learn the cause of any reductions of
pay after passage of the bill.
SOMETHING THAT WON'T BREAK
TOOK THE WRONG "TACK
The fate of the women's suffrage
bill before the British parliament was
sealed Tuesday night by the votes of
more than fifty Irish Nationalists, who
voted against it. The bill, whereby it
was sought to enfranchise six million
women, was rejected by a majority of
forty-seven; the vote stood 266 to 219.
Recent police exposures of Inten Intentions
tions Intentions of suffragettes surpassing any anything
thing anything of the kind ever before tried un undoubtedly
doubtedly undoubtedly aided in the defeat of the
It Is estimated that three millions of
dollars damage has been done since
the campaign of violence started. The
office of the London Standard was
Ada Ward, a suffragette, was arrest arrested
ed arrested Tuesday on the charge of placing
a bomb under the fashionable Grand
hotel, crowded with. American and
St. Catherine's church. In southeast
London, was burned Tuesday morning
and several firemen were injured by
the falling masonry. The police ac accuse
cuse accuse the suffragettes of the incendiarism.
Th friends of Mr. and M s. George
Earle Yancey, now of Rio de Janerio,
will be glad to learn that they are .well
and prospering in their new home, tho
they can't help sometimes yearning for
the shade of the Stars and Stripes.
Rio Is a magnificent city, and has the
finest harbor in the world. Contrary
to the generally accepted opinion, it
is not stiffllng- in heat, being in lati latitude
tude latitude 23 south, with about the same
climate as Miami, and with mountains
all around, to the cool slopes of which
the people have easy access by elec electric
tric electric railways. Brazil is one of the
great countries of the world. It has
an area of 3.2SS.000 square miles and a
population of nearly 23,000,000 people,
and will soon have to be reckoned
with as one of the great powers of the
Ladies, it is a comb that we guar guarantee
antee guarantee that you cannot break. Call at
the Court Pharmacy and ask to see it
on your next trip down town. Adv.
II Hi PRICE FOR IIOOZE
County Judge W. E. Smith heard the
case yesterday against Mose Croker
and Amos Myers, charged with larceny.
It seems that these worthies have been
making regular trips from the Ilogan
& Company saloon with whisky con concealed
cealed concealed in all manner of ways; some sometimes
times sometimes in a su't case; at other times in
"plain packages without marks to indi indicate
cate indicate their contents," and sometimes in
grain sacks. The latter mode of con concealment
cealment concealment was used on their final trip
last week, and as one was caught on
each end of the rope used as an ele elevator
vator elevator at the rear of the saloon, it did
not take much persuasion to convince
the court of their guilt of larceny, the
charge preferred. Croker was sentenc sentenced
ed sentenced to pay a fine of $50 and costs or
serve three months on the hard road.
He paid the fine and was released.
Myers was out on bond and had not
been sentenced Mr. W. K. ZewadskI
represented the accused, and it is un understood
derstood understood that he will appeal the case.
Joe Thomas and Alma Watson, col
ored, charged with having a free for
all scrap at Silver Springs Saturday,
were each fined $10 and costs or thirty
days at hard labor. Being unable to
raise the amount of their fines both
were placed in the county jail await awaiting
ing awaiting the arrival of Supervisor Gordon
of the county convict road gang.
LAKE AM-. IK V. C. T. V.
Among the other improvements that
Secretary Rooney has in mind is put putting
ting putting transparent dials in the court courthouse
house courthouse clock, with lights behind them.
This would not cost any more than the
present unsatisfactory arrangement, by
which one can hardly tell the time at
night 300 yards away. With Mr.
Rooney's plan, which is in use in most
big cities, the time could be told three
miles off. For instance, people on Look Lookout
out Lookout mountain are able to tell the time
at night from the courthouse clock in
Chattanooga, tho that is more than
three miles distant.
Mr. S. Jack MeCully, the hustllnT
corn club manager for this county, was
a business visitor in the city Tuesday,
and says that the prospects for large
field crops in the Berlin section were
never better than at present. Mr. Me
Cully is an enthusiast on the subject of i
improved agricultural methods and is
do'ng a great deal in his section to toward
ward toward bringing about anything that
will better the condition of the farm farmers.
ers. farmers. J
Meeting of May 1st held t 6:30 p. m.,
opened with song. "Stand Uo for
Jesus." The- Hfi.th Psalm was retud
followed by prayer by president, Mrs.
Reed. In absence of the Ke-cretary, Miss
Snook read minutes of preyiou meet meeting,
ing, meeting, which were approved. Voted to
postpone business until next meeting.
The social evening was in charge of
Mrs. Snook, mother's superintendent.
Cake and ice cream was served. !Sxt
meeting May 15 at 2:30.
water company some time since in the
matter of securing direct pressure in
the mains was referred to the general)
offices of the company for report. j
The action of the committee in leas-j
ing the old city stables to Messrs. j
Harrell, Johnson & Co., for $10 per winnincr t
month was ratified. j Tonight "A
The communication from tne Mar
and Banner, offering to publish all
legal advertising in each of the papers
for the one pr'ce to be divided between
them, was read and accepted.
A communication was read from the
Woman's Club asking that some of the
unsightly nuisances in the city be de
stroyed or removed, such as the half-!
burned Silver Springs and Western de depot,
pot, depot, the Wallis property on West Ex Exposition
position Exposition street, and the other burned
properties. On motion of Mr. Living Livingston
ston Livingston the owners are to be notified by
tiie clerk to clear up the premises and
remove such eyesores.
On motion, the owners of property
on the two blocks last paved with
brick on the western end of Fort King
avenue and Exposition street, were
given the same terms that the otner
property owners were given on pay payments
ments payments of their certificates, namely, till
June 1st, in which to pay the cer certificates,
tificates, certificates, without interest.
All bills properly approved were or ordered
dered ordered paid.
Mr. XV, L Lindley, who is number numbering
ing numbering the houses of the city and placing
names and numbers on all street cor corners,
ners, corners, was paid $35 on account and also
allowed an additional $".0 advance on
the contract. The telephone, electric
light and telegraph companies were
ordered to remove all poles that are
lying in the .street within forty-eight
The Florida Fire Prevention Society,
which has had a corps of men ifl the
city for some time early in the year,
made its report in writing at the meet meeting
ing meeting last nigh" finding some fault with
a large number of buildings in the
city, most of which is of a trivial na nature
ture nature and easily remedied.
Mr. Livingston asked that a light be
placed at the corner of South Second
and Magnolia streets. Same was grant granted.
ed. granted. The rnarshal was ordered to enforce
the dog license ordinance.
On motion f 750 was ordered trans transferred
ferred transferred from the electric light fund and
$750 .from the fire and water fund, to
the general fund and the Alabama Pav Paving
ing Paving Co. be paid $1500 on account.
The election of a meat and milk in inspector
spector inspector was postponed till the first
meeting in June.
The sidewalk construction ordinance
on West Exposition street that was
held up several months ago, was or ordered
dered ordered carried into effect and the prop property
erty property owners on that street will now
have to proceed with laying of cement
sidewalks to the city limit.
The el-crn"c light and water com committee
mittee committee under a- resolution offered by
Mr. lielvenston was instructed to as-
' certain the probable cos-t of construct
ing sewers, street paving, extension
and improvement f the electric light
system, construction or water works,
etc., and report on same, with the idea
of calling a bond" election to provide
funds for same. Also to secure estimate
of cost of engineers making plans and
specifications for same.
Mr. Harris of the Ocala Water Com Company
pany Company was present and told the council
that his company would like to re reopen
open reopen the matter of filing the plant to
the city. Tonight. May "Uh. was set as
a special meeting at which Mr. Jjarris
is to be heard with his proposition.
The council will sit iomorrow night
as a board of equalizers to h.i?.r com complaints
plaints complaints in person or written from prop property
erty property owners who deem their assess assessments
ments assessments too high.
The election of officers was taken up.
Mr. C. 1 Snar.ark was re-elected city city-attorney
attorney city-attorney ; Mr. H. C. Sistrunk, re-elected
city clerk; Mr. W. W. Clait, elected
treasurer and collector, the two offices
having been recently consolidated; Mr.
IT. S. Chambers was re-elected fire
rhief; Mr. A. W. Fomby. night sergeant;
Mr. J". F, Marsh and Mr. It. I-.. P.rigance.
After several ballots on the office of
marshal, which resulted in a tie be between
tween between the present incumbent, Mr. I?. L.
Carter and Mr. A. J. Briance, the elec election
tion election of fhat officer was postponed till
the next reuia.- meeting.
(;uil I'icttireK, 'ah Prize. Ideal
again crowded to
; to see Oliver Twist,
by the big audience,
held the lucky num-
Four-Footed Hero," a
Tne western two reel feature is rfrhong
the liuO'l pictures, besides the usual
cash prize at tiie Ideal.
Aleko Schinas, who assassinated
King George of Greece on March 18 at
Saloniki, committed suicide Tuesday by
flinging himself out of a window of
the police station in that city.
An unfortunate shooting affair oc occurred
curred occurred at Fruitville Friday night when
Mrs. Frank Hegeman shot her husband
in the left leg back of the thigh. It
seems liegeman was abusive and fear fearing
ing fearing for her life. Mrs. Hegemim grab grabbed
bed grabbed the shotgun and would no doubt
have killed him had he not knocked
the barrel of the -'in down.
Mrs. liegeman's mother narrowly es escaped
caped escaped losing an eye. a glancing pellet
striking the eyelid.
The occurrence was a great surprise
to people in Sarasota where the Hege Hege-mans
mans Hege-mans are well and favorably known.
Dr. Joe Halton attended thp wounded
man. Sarasota Sun.
SWEET POTATO SLIPS FOR SALE
Nancy Hall, Red Providence, Forto
Rico Yam and Triumph varieties. 1000
lots at ?1.50; 5000 and up at $1.25 per
thousand ,now ready. Address, F. M.
Morris, Jr., Cotton Plant. 5-2-2tw
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
The Ocala Lodge No. 699, Loyal Or Order
der Order of Moose, meets each Thursday
evening at 8 o'clock in the Gary build building,
ing, building, third floor.' V'siting. brothers are
invited to attend our meetings.
Geo. F. Mershor, Dictator.
E. L Stapp, Secretary. Ad.
WOOHMEN OF THE WOULD
Fort King Camp No. It. Woodmen of
the World, will hold its next regular
meeting Friday- evening. May Oth, 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.
Lost, Found, Wanted, For Sale,
For Rent and Similar Local Needs
FOR RENT Offices in Holder build building.
ing. building. Apply to Davis & Martin.
FOR SALE A brass
felt mattress;. 3iko new
frame cot and
, apply to Star
ROOMS FOR RENT Furnished
rooms for light housekeeping, phone
21 6, Fort King Ave., and a four room
cottage with gas. 5-5-lm
SIX ROOM COTTAGE FOR RENT
Apply to Mrs. R. D. Fuller. 1-5
FOR RENT Five-room cottage No.
507 North Second street. Inquire at No.
2(4 South Main street. 5r5-56t
WANTED Man with family for
farm work. Must be in position to
commence now. Box 163. 4-21
Why worry about making your boys Blouses, Shirts and Rompeis,
when you can buy the best made from our store, all ready to put on?
We guarantee these garments, NOT TO RIP, FADE OR LOOSE BUTTONS.
They are Made for the American Boy!
We handle the famous SPRAGUE ROMPERS and the "BELL" BLOUSES
and SHIRTS. The prices in all sizes are from 50 cents and up.
Mothers, it will pay you to look at our line of Children's dresses and
hosiery. We have the kind that wear and WEAR WELL.
Partly cloudy, southwest wind.
Minimum temperature, 58 degrees.
Maximum, 03 degrees.
Average, 74 degrees.
EAT 1 1 Ell FORECAST
Fair tonight and Thursday.
WOOIJMAR 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
Tuiula Lodge No. 22,
Order of Odd Fellows,
Tuesday evening, at 7:!
Yonge's Hall, Fort Kinj
0 o'clock in
; ave. Visit
ors in tiie city invited to be with us.
L F. Ballard, N. G.
W. L. Colburt, Secretary. Ad.
CANTY MOl'N D OVER
N. W. Canty, the old negro man, ar arrested
rested arrested yesterday afternoon, for at attempting
tempting attempting an assault on a young color colored
ed colored girl, in tho northern part of town,
was given a preliminary hearing this
m irning before Judge Smith, and was
bound over to await the action of the
South Atlantic League,
jury, which convenes Monday
His bond was
lixed at ?500,
Sl RROl NDED IN A SWAMP
Barnwell, S. C, May 7. A message
from Clyo, On., to Sheriff Morris, re received
ceived received late yesterday afternoon, stated
that Richard Henry Austin, the Hamp Hampton
ton Hampton county fugitive, who has been
hunted by posses numbering hundreds,
since last Wednesday when he killed
two white men and wounded a third,
wlin has since died, is surrounded in
the swamps nidr Clyo. where he lias
added another vh-tiiu to his death 1'ut.
NOTICE Of ANIMALS IMPOUNDED
j To Whom It May Concern: This is to
.steam laundry equip- certify that I have this day placed in
the city pound the following described
animal.? which have been found run running
ning running at large within the corporate
limits of the city of Ocala, contrary to
ordinances of said city: One yellov
FOIl SALE A
pel with modern machinery and at
present doing a profitable business;
everything in splendid running order.
Operates its own water and gas plant.
Building is 40x"), and property in-i th
eludes 21- acres of 3'tnd. Will sell ; bull yearling marked swallow fork and
plant either with or without real e? j undernick in each ear, had bell on;
t.i t vp.-isonable price. Reason for ; black sow pig, with four white feet.
For the ailments of vomen, DR.
SIMMON',S SQUAW VINE COMPOUNP
is an effective remedy. It corrects Ir Irregularities,
regularities, Irregularities, build up a strong body,
promotes cheerful spirits 5.3d restores
a clear, healthy complexion. Pric.efl
per bottle. Soli by all drugstores. Ad.
selling, nines v :;,ne of present part partners.
ners. partners. Will teach tiie bui-inei 7 to par par-chaser.
chaser. par-chaser. Books are open for inspection.
A.l.dr'-ss. Sanitary Laundry, Ocala,
Fla. -. ;d 5-0-2 tw
M'lVER & MAC KAY
Undertakers and Embalincrs
-fine Casksisantl S?jr3l Robes
u:iin;irk.jd. Th owners thereof, or
their agents, and all whom it may con con-ceTf.
ceTf. con-ceTf. t hereby notified that if the
im ais .lit: nut claimed and all expenses
of t.king and impounding thereof are
not paid w'thin three days from aite
hereof, to-wit: On the Tth day of May,
; J n ill sell the same to the high highest
est highest and best bidder, said sale to take
place between the hours ot II a- ?n. and
" p. m. on sai l day at the city pound j
m Ocala, Florida. R. L Carter,
;iay 3. 2 0 1 3 Marwh-1 City of Ocala.
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 the past that 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.
KNIGHT x LANG
r.r 4&te'jr i ----
T-.5k fr x' Ani
it is when
one into lov
Mr. M. L. Tayne of Fairfield, was a
Tuesday visitor in Ocala. He reports
everything in that section in a flourish flourishing
ing flourishing condition crops in all l'nes are
good, live stock in better shape than
for years, people getting good prices
for their produce. In short, happiness
prevails amorlg the entire populace.
The farmers are already showing
appreciation of the invitation to make
the Board of Trade rooms their head headquarters
quarters headquarters while in town. Many have
been in to see Secretary Rooney this
W ACA HOOT A
Wacahoota. May 7. Mrs. V. V
returned Tuesday from a visit
Petersburg. Tampa and Ocala. She was
accompanied home by her little grand'
son. William Edwards, Jr., of Ocala.
Mr. V. P. Smith and his mother, Mrs.
J. P. Smith were visitor? to Micanopy
The weather -'s very warm; it feels
like summer time has come at last and
everybody is lon-ging for a good show shower.
er. shower. Miss Rosalie Smith returned last
Tuesday from a very pleasant vjsit to
Miss Belle Chitty of Micanopy.
Mr. and Mrs C. C. Tedrick. Miss
Thvora Flemming and Mrs. C. G. Mix Mix-son
son Mix-son and daughter. Katherine of Gaines
ville, motored over and spent Sunday j j)ec.iUe
aiternoon witn relatives here.
Mrs. Turner Durand of Largo arriv arrived
ed arrived Sunday afternoon and will stay
some time with her mother, Mrs.
Robert Bradley We are glad to note
Mrs. Bradley is gradually gaining her
Some men are
oats never cn
Poor appetite Is a sure sign of im impaired
paired impaired digestion. A few doses of
".: mbf rlain's Stomach and Liver Tab-
l. E. JlrJVEK and C. V. KOBKKTS lets will strengthen your digestion and
tv,.;. ;,.,! r.u.wsl TMrrrr.r.s improve your appetite. Thousands
Work Done Iy Licensed Em-
i 111 Work Done ly
i balniors and Fully Guaranteed
have been benefited
tablets. Sold by all
The successful poultry ra'ser uses:
Conkey's Poultry Remedies because;
Jheir value. Right now 10
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 Btor. tues-fri 4w
! IX IZ. Mclver.
I '. V. Roberts
. u 0 D
cr. nf -'inpt.
i a p-r--i.r, who is too inti inti-h
h inti-h life. Familiarity breeds
love of adventure leaus
of an adventuress thit
The Star is pleased to note that
Florid has given the sum needed to
finish the memorial to the women of
OCALA LODGR n. 2SG. FI. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent and
Protective Order of Elks, meets the
second and fourtii Tuesday evenings In
each month. VisUing brethren always
welcome. Chas. W. Hunter, E. R.
Joseph Bell. Secretary. Ad.
Wash out old toies, festering wounds l
and ulcers with DARBY'S PRO PI IV IV-LACTIC
LACTIC IV-LACTIC FLUID. It is a wondettul dis-
infertant and healing remedy. It heals :
up running sores of long standing that
will not yield to an ordinary liniment,
t dt-stroyw poisonous germs.
cleanses the sore of foul matter and
helr.s nature to rt-pair the damage!
J'esh. Frier Cents per bottle,
bv all drugstores.
Attorney at Law
I Second Floor,
jMunroe & Chainbliss Bldg.
: Ocala, Fla.
Now i.i the time to get rid of your
rheumatism. You can do it by apply applying
ing applying Chamberlain's Liniment and mas massaging
saging massaging the parts freely at each ap application
plication application For sale by all dealer. Ad.
Ii. the business world men profit by j
t'X.?r;er.cr -t .:rirs. ror it is gen-
or,e man's hard experience which;
vaKes ;;r.otr.er ricn.
t-r,i 1 1
1 neck l3 not only painful, but an-
ARE YOU GOING TO BUILD THIS YEAR? lr SO, Tsi,s
?5 AN INVITATION TO YOU TO COME IN AND TALK IT
OVER. WE CAN ADVISE WITH YOU, AND ASSIST YOU IN
THE FIGURING. WE HAVE HAD MANY YEARS OF EX EXPERIENCE
PERIENCE EXPERIENCE IN BUILDING AND CAN SAVE YOU FROM
MAKIMG MISTAKES. WE'VE GOT" THE STUFF FOR
THAT CEMENT WALK TOO.
Tiie other day a pupil writing in es es-s.iy
s.iy es-s.iy on Washington, ended as follow?:
"Washington married a famous belle.
Martha Curtis, and in due time became
the father of his country." Sarasota
DR. D. M. B0NEY
noyi.ig. To get rid of it quickly, rub'
tho parts a tie c ted with BALLARD'S
SNOW LINIMENT. It penetrates the;
lie-h and relaxes the muscles so that
the pain ceases Immediately. Price j
i5c. S0e and $1 per bottle. Sold by all!
s tae only
.: I ..t
ur iif w piongrapn
ah- us ar.d smashed it it
thing round the house
WHITE STAR LINE,
VRAXSFEIt A.D FIUKIMIOOF STORAGE
COXCOHIJIA LODGE F. U. OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union of
It would surprise you to know the
great good that is being done by
Chamberlain's Tablets. Darius Dow Dow-nev.
nev. Dow-nev. of Newberg Juncticr N. B., writ- ;
es: My wife has been using Cham--herlain's
Tablets ar.d finds them very
America, meets in Y'ongc's Hall on the effectual and doing r.er .o.s
second Thursday evening of each
month Geo. L. Taylor, F. M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad.
h.ir. .inv trouble wun
or bowels giv tbem a
For sale by all dealers
EYE SI GIFT SPECIALIST
Optometry Office and Laboratory
9 to 12 a. m., 1:30 to 4:30 p. m.
Rooms 2-6 Gary Building. Ocala. Fia.
never wij a
; appreciated the
!:ian now. i.n:s is snow
crease in sales and,
v.or.iiis from persons who
:ured by ;t. If
ire t: : 1 wi;
it a trial ar.l become acquainted with
it iiood qualities For sale by all
COLLIER BROS.. Pronriefors.
rrfti!! Teams lor LIgtil
voluntary teti- land Heavy Hauling.
a co igh or cold give! ShippinQ Of
. o a 1 e C'.
iuses are eccentric, but
ntric are not geniuses.
Superior (o Plaster
or Ceiling in
Qnalily cr Price.
OCAXA VMg STAR Wbi&uy, MAY 7, 1018
jGET IN LINK
J. ... ft..'-.
Ti V r..r J
The man who has a bank account feels sel re respect
spect respect and confidence. There is a mysterious thing
called "Credit," which is based on faith. You can
establish this credit and this faith, that people have
in you, by having MONEY IN THE BANK. The bank banker,
er, banker, who is the friend and advisor of every business
man in his community, grows to believe in you when
he sees you putting money away for your future. If
you have not got a bank account start one NOW.
DO YOUR BANKING WITH US
We Pay 4 per cent Interest cn Savings Accounts
Undertaker Smith, phones 10 and 94.
MkKTING OF MARION
COUNTY MEDICAL SOCIETY
Ban J concert Friday night.
The Marion County Medical Society
will ri'jid its rr-ular meeting Thursdav
jevenii. at 7 :;'. o'clock in Dr. Smith's
ufSoc. The meeting will be followed
by a banquet at the Harrington. All
members are cordially invited.
lose meet tomorrow evening
Woodmen meet Friday evening'.
Faster lilies for sale. Phone 379. Ad.
Y. F. Sewfil
f Brook --ville is at the
Williams, the Homosa-sa me:
is at the Harrington.
Miss D. Beaty of Bed
the eala House today.
Level was at
.Mr. M. 1 Frink represented the
Fellowship section in Oeala Tuesday.
I.KCI IKE, FIVE KF:EI. TEM TEM-I'I.E
I'I.E TEM-I'I.E TONIGHT. lv.
Tli omas Co.
f UIVATKIVS FOIl MOTHERS DAY
The Phiiathea class of the Baptist)
church has ordered fifty dozen white
carnations to sell for "Mothers' Day.f
The prices will be 10 cents for av
single carnation with maidenhair fern
or J 1.20 per dozen. These flowers will
be sold by the young ladies of the
class on Saturday, May 10th. at the
Court Pharmacy. Harrington Hall ho hotel
tel hotel and Ocala House. Special orders
P?r dozen may be sent to Miss Mar Mar-u
u Mar-u jerite Porter, president, phone 164.
If you hare any items for this de department,
partment, department, call Phone 106.
;NE AFTER GI.ORY
The members of the Ocala baseball
team, accompanied by a number of
friends, left at 1 p. m. for Dunnellon
and a lively game. The Star regrets
to say that there will probably be tio
same tomorrow, as the Dunnellon
players may not be able to be here.
Following is the Ocala line-up:
Keppler, c; Galloway, p; McLeod, lb;
Davis, 2b; Heille. ss; Roberts, 3b; Har Harris,
ris, Harris, If; Voyt, cf: Fleckenstein, rf.
CARD OF THANKS
If you want something sooJ to
go to Carter's Bakery. 3-6-Ct
Mr. and Mrs. I . Hall desire thru
itbe Sr;ir to return thanks to thf
J friends who brought or sent many
t.at beautiful Mowers to the funeral ser-!vie.-s
of their baby daughter Clifford.
Mr. George Feltham has returned
from a business visit to Waycross.
Dr. H. Gatrell and Mr. W. A
of Fairfield were in the city today
ocala sincerely regrets the illness of
one of its be.-t old citizens, Mr. J. ID
1 .M t-Cl vmonds, and hopes he will soon
Yons;ue J v,f' "n the roa'1 to ret'very.
If you want something
go to Carters Bakery.
M'rs. if. s. Chambers was able to
Ood tO Cat 111'- iiO.-Jlilell H'l lOOAj. 111V
her friends may liope to see her out
strain in a few days.
Al.KALI IKE, FIVE
I'I.E TON! (HIT. Adv.
The condition of the infant son of
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Clarkson continues
very serious. At i o'clock this morning
he was not regarded as any better.
For Mi Lawrence
Miss Kugaffa Fuller will entertain
on next Satferd;- morning for Miss
Margaret IJtjaffnce who is to be mar married
ried married on the tenth of June to Rev.
A Fortunate Trit
Captain "William Dehoi and Messrs.
Feger and Hewey were among the
lucky fishermen who enjoyed the sport
on the A. C. L. dock yesterday morn morning.
ing. morning. They caumht 71 fish in a few
hours from the end of the pier. Cap Captain
tain Captain Dehon took the honors, landing
33, while Mr. Feger and Prof. Hewey
landed 22 and 2 4 respectively. They
affirm the suggestion that Monday was
the greatest fishing they had exper experienced
ienced experienced from the dock. .t. Petersburg
Captain Dehon is one of Marion's
most progressive citizens, and owns a
splendid plantation out near Bliteh Bliteh-ton.
ton. Bliteh-ton. At present he is visiting his fam family
ily family at their lovely St. Petersburg home.
f Master Sam Phillips, one of our most
efficient Star boys, was agreeably sur surprised
prised surprised yesterday afternoon by thirteen
of his young friend knrT neighbors, the
occasion being is thirteenth birthday.
I Sam is an unuVially brinht boy and
his young conspirators were fearful
lest their secreu1ujuld be "nipped in
the bud," consequently all moved cau cautiously
tiously cautiously until he returned from his er-
jrand, and found the quests assembled
p do mm honri? t t h e ,i ppolrJf,, -J-
k Word i Assfeteicc
Many people often overlook material advant advantages
ages advantages that are theirs for the asking. This is some sometimes
times sometimes due to an underestimation of their own im importance.
portance. importance. We want you to know that all indivi individuals
duals individuals interested in making financial progress are
invited to open a banking account with us.
Without regard to the size of their accounts,
we desire their names on our books, believeing
that through our facilities industry and thrift will
CAPITAL FULL PAID IN 97.
EL D. STOKES, C.ahJor.
L. EBWARD8. Pra.
CLARENCE CAMP. Tic PrC
Red, Buifi, Gray and
Large Stock, Prompt Shipment
WE SAVE YOU MONEY
V. T. Bodiford, the popular Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville drug salesman, is at the Harrington.
I'i:tti:vav no i (hit
IE STl IIHV" I'l LI.EIIS
! K T TTT FCl
WS WW LA
The banl concert will be given Fri Friday
day Friday evening this week. The Star hope hope-to
to hope-to give the program tomorrow.
My house. No. 220 Fort King avenue.
Mr H. .7. Nichols shipped yesterday
to Mr. D S. I'etteway at Fivay, near
Pronksville, eight head of fine mules
for use in the naval stores busine-
there. These were exceptionally fipe
mules and Mr. Nichols is proud of
will be for rent after June 1st.
McDowell. 5 2
I'EAMT Fll SALE
A. C. CONYE
Fife?10? J yw0M:0x CKJHt
At s lKftNsr .v s
American Peauty Path Spray tits any
bath tub. Outfit complete $1.25 at
(lerig's drugstores. Adv.
She polisli of every -description can
be found at the Court Pharmacy. If it
is shoe polisli. they have it. Adv.
Hand picked peanuts at one dollar
and twenty-five cents per bushel, at II.
U Masters Co. 5-7-6t
HU. AV.- K. LANE.
If it isn't an l-iastirian, it isn't d
kodak. Kodaks and I'.rownies, all sizes
and prices, at Gerig's drugstores. Ad. i
:, Ear, or nml Throat.
Library B10&, Ocala. Ad.
OPi: IAY AND XIGIIT
Small new cottage for rent, electric
liuthed. soft or ritv water. So ner
month iin-smith orano strf.pt r ." fit ner. Meals a la carte and lunches at
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot cor-
iany hour. Ail,
Mr. Leon Fishel. after several days
of illness, is able to be out and attend
to business again.
WORLD'S ALMAXAC AT HALXAHDS
Mr. l-M. Wartmann of Citra, after a
business visit to
Tallahassee, was in
Mew 1913 World's Almanac, Just re re-Iceived;
Iceived; re-Iceived; 35 cents at Ballard's News News-!
! News-! stand. Adv.
Mr. 11. II. P.rigance, in the yard at
his home in the north of town, has a
guava tree heavily loaded with fruit.
Don't forget about those unbreaka unbreakable
ble unbreakable combs that we guarantee at the
Court Pharmacy. Adv.
E. L. Webb, J. D. Metcalf, W. L.
Dorr and K. Sparkman of DunnellonJ
were at the Ocala House last' night.
FIVE REELS, TEM-Ailv.
EASTLVKIi COTTAGE FOR REXT
Hose Cottage, six rooms furnished.
Will be rented by month or season. In In-ciulre
ciulre In-ciulre of J. R. Joslyn, Eastlake, Fla.
CAR FOR SALE
3lerry games followed, intersp.
with music, after which ice cream and
cake were served on the spacious ver veranda
anda veranda by the young host's cousin. Miss
Christine Hjort. and Miss Mamie Shep Shepherd,
herd, Shepherd, two of our brightest graduates of
There was nothing "unlucky" about
this aff;ir: indeed, each guest, upon de departing,
parting, departing, after leaving their host a
token of love and esteem, expressed
themselves as delightfully entertained.
voicing at the same time the sentiment
of the poet. "Heaven give you many!
many merry 'lavs." This we echo. i
Eastern Star Selnf Circle.
on Tuesday titernoon Mrs.
Stein entertained the Eastern
sewing circle.mnft -HenrJUftt fr
enjoyl br tyi prvsent. Mr. Stein was ;
assisted by IierAwo daughters, Mrs. P.
I. Theus an jffi8s Mae Stein and Mrsjj
E. W. Da vis, Mil serving delicious ice;
creaniamT- cake. Next Tuesday the'
circle will be entertained by Mrs. F. W.l
Cook, 703 Tuscawilla street, south.
-Miss Lucile Divingston has returned
from a pleasant visit with Mis. It. F.
Prush at Ocala. GainesviUe Sun.
Mr. and Mrs F. Pleseh are spend spending
ing spending a few days at their farm at Dady
Mr. X. I a. Cttensfsser of New Tork is
on a visit to his aunt, Mrs. Charles
Peyser. Mr. Ottensosser is a nephew of
Messrs. Louis and Dave Ottensosser,
formerly well known in this city.
Mrs- G. W. Pitts Is recovering very
apidly from her recent operation and
hopes to be out within a few days. She
has been taken from the hospital to
the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Chas. K. Sage.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Walters are en
joying h series of visits with friends
and relatives at Panasoffkee and Coleman.
THURSDAY and FRIDAY
May 8th. and 9th.
For sale, Ilerreshoff three-passenger
runabout automobile. For all prac practical
tical practical purposes is as good as new. My
reason for selling is that I desire a
larger car. Cheap for cash. Mdss Min Minnie
nie Minnie Stovall, Ocala, 4--dw tt
YOU MUST PAINT THE NEW HOUSE: YOU OUGHT TO
PAINT THE OLD ONE. IT PAYS-BECAUSE IT SAVES THE
HOUSE. YOU'LL ENJOY HOME MORE IF YOUR HOUSE
IS NEWLY, BRIGHTLY PAINTED-SO WILL YOUR WIFE.
WHAT'S THE USE OF LIVING UNLESS YOU LIVE?
OUK PAINTS "STICK" AND HOLD THEIR COLORS.
Mr. Leland Smoak, who hs been in
Birmingham, Ala., ov the past six
months, is at home for a short time,
and may remain here permanently.
The county judge has issued a li-
cense for the marriage of Miss Laura
D, Holly and Mr. Roy Cline, young
folks across the river.
Melba fec preparations are new ar arrivals
rivals arrivals at the Court Pharmacy. Just
look around on entering the store and
you will see them. Adv.
-OFFICE FOR REXT
A good front office on ground flaoy,
well adapted for insurance, physician,
real estate, etc. Apply to R. E.
Mrs. R. II, Hall left yesterday for
York, where she will spend a week or
ten days with her sister, Mrs. T. K
Steele. Gainesv'lle Sun.
Mrs. George L. Taylor is having a
delightful visit with her sister, Mrs.
Phillips, at her former home in Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. Mrs. Taylor will be away for
A friend of ours, who has a correct
musical ear, says he would like to
shoot the guy who put the rag in rarf-r
The fire just before noon today, was
in the Seaboard's littl house on tlje
extreme northeastern part of towh
I The house was used for storing th
handcar, oil tools, etc., and must haver
caught from the sparks of a passing
engine. The firemen had a long, hot
run to the fire and could not reach it
with the water, but the chemical en engine
gine engine on the automobile came In handy
and soon had the fire out wit,h very
Mrs. Harr.vG.- Doz'er after a LlihF
Lful visit with he father, Mr. P. S. Wil
liams at Hattlesville, S. C, returned
All Kinds and Styles
for all Occasions.
Values Ranging up to
. $2 for These two Days
LOOK AT THE WINDOW!
Don't forget our SHOE SALE.
It is now in full blast. You
can buy SHOES CHEAPER than
ever before. We have all
kinds and sizes. : : : : :
home Tuesday afternoon, accompanie&ifher re-electi'T to teach in the pub
by Master Harry Dozier, Jr. ...
Iake Weir was represented 5n oiir
city Tuesday by Mr. and Mrs. KrneW
Lytle, Miss Tillie Pasteur and Mr. an
Mrs. J. Ci. Leee.
ALKALI IKK, FIVE HEELS
l'LE TOVUUIT Adv.
Trailing Arbutus, a new talcum pow
der for Rexall stores. At the Tostof
fice Drugstore. Adv.
... 1 . f K 1 1 r ry nr.
ner of Citrus coynty was a visitor in
TE.H- toun yesterday. Cpick says hard times
j have come, but Ahe reporter noticed,
j that his laugli could be heard a fr as.
ever. ..... .
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shaw of Pedro,
were among the
Tuesday and made their headquarters
at Klein's big store.
Mr. Dansford has fixed up a nice lit
tle temple of music in We- rear of his
music store. With phonographs and a
and busts of Mozart and Beethu
K. M. Tloward and wife, Miss Annie
Atkinson and Miss Ernestine Brooks,
of Ocala. formed a touring party stop stopping
ping stopping at the DeSotu yesterday. Tampa
lie school of Daelqkjn lor another year.
Miss Griffin haVtaught in Lakeland
for a number fyc-ars and is a very
popular and nucJ loved young lady,
both in her sc
hnnl work and at home.
ne of the most delightful of the
many pretty panics 01 me wtets. aa
Jtlie reception given by Mrs. J. O.
i Wright and her mother, Mrs. Vin Vin-Inedge.
Inedge. Vin-Inedge. on Tuesday afternoon, at their
1 beautiful suburban home north of the
A large number 01 ladies tooK
of the opportunity to enjoy
a prominent i city
is registered advanta
-Tampa Tribune. again their charming hospitality
shonners in town l'iano
i ven, ana other musical sjuy, it is a
congenial nook for the devotees of Or-1
I am keeping at ray Sales Barn aud Lot, on
West Exposition Street three blocks west of the
court house square,
a Fine Drove of
Horses and Mules
Animals for all pur purposes,
poses, purposes, and at reason
tlble prices. I go to
market c a c h two
weeks and select the
stock in person and
get the very best.
Call at fhe Lot, you will find some Stock to suit you,
if it is one or dozen head ycu need, I have them.
Messrs. K. H. Puff urn and G. W.
Pehlen of Tampa were at the Harring Harrington
ton Harrington yesterday. Mr. Puffum was a citi citizen
zen citizen of oeala twenty years ago.
Mrs. II. M. Hampton
societv woman of Ocala
it the DeSoto
broad porch of this delight-
r The manyfrtds of Miss rra Crrff '1 -m.. i:-s .x.iora ana m. i.
Ln nf Anthofiw will be Pleased to learnl rved .Ml -nful puncn. Pretty Jap-
i - HTir.-e lanterns h nd tiasturtimi)
ff st lve
oubt will prove most lnterest-
-. F. M. Hafp.
d govd cltien.
ltor in t ue cty
Mr. S. JO. Hooper is taking care of
Clesch's chair in the Art barbershop
during the absence of the proprietor.
Mr. Hootipr is now one of Marion
the Eureka turpen- f eounty s industrious agriculturists, but
.. U f.n rii.,1rv't thintc hp has f rr"-ft t n
anil an- -
. ihow to cut whiskers because be has
was a business
yesterday and today..
-(learned how to cut oats.
I r (irnvcr i" MpClnrp went bwii to I
m;.. ..rc.tn,i K,ui.!emy, who was in town Tuesday, told of
.i ui nit i I ta i,i.it.-..'.tt ....... j
and will return the latter part of 'the good work in prospect at the nor
mal school for colored teachers at Fes-
Guild will hold a sn-j teachers
ver tea ai ine resiaence ui -mis. iias. i
: T Tv.linoc Satiinlov nftrnnnn Mav term, which will last a
llOth. from 3:30 to 6. A cordial invita-
Tl.e school started with four
and eighteen students and is
f at least seventy-five for the
is a constant worker for the good of
extended to all.
; Mr. P.ruce
rfv.rt .n m rr-n tri--.' I'hrts Huthmacher, the Mtnall in size
v, ... ,,!,,,,. :jn.iliut large in hustling traveling man,
jmade the trip fi four "and a half hours. ';v,as Jn tovn
"on the little stretch near
jMiss Km ma
i of M r. and
yesterday and today.
He sail iu
j way exce it
the Pake and Marion line.
Mrs. D. G.
Washburn and daughter.
of Ocala, were the guests
Mrs. F. A. Moulton, this
... i i i .i.t-.. week, anil were given a dinner in their
I Df limy iiuire in "vain at nnn,
. .. : honor. Those t.resent were: Mr. ana
men h coiinr? i pure imra enn e pur-
..h'i..i nt urn fur ornta i v.. ('.. Itltv i Mrs. Goui l. Miss Grace Gould. Mr
Pert P.oice. Mrs. Washburn ana
.laughter. Mi.-s Emma, and Mr. and
; er S: Cumpany! halerla!hery. See:
the latewt tle iu the tilnitoiv. 2 ."it
. eJ. NICHOLS
LIVE STOCK DEALER- OCALA, FLORIDA
Tn- little frame warehouse t
stood on Oscoda avenue, opposite the j '"
fire station, for the last ten years, ha
almost disappeared. It was first erect-p1
ed bv Maurice Strauss for a bowling
alley, and when
Mrs. Moulton. on Monday Mrs. ash-.
,t hac'i''.irn and daughter took a launch trip
I,ee?burg en route home, and had
a stormy trip across ine lawes. r.us
is laKe iiegton
he popularity of thej '"uu "tL"
was turned into a! If you want a well, have a good one
which jigwater was; and let S. II. Christian do your work
dispensed all over this portion of Flor- j Adv. May 21.
ida. The space it has occupied will!
either be added to the park with which For first class automoDIIe service
Mr. Hall intends to help beautify this j by the trip, hour or day, phone No.
nortion of the city, or will ere long be1 f?2T. First class car and uniformly
covered with a handsome brick block. low prices to all. J. C. Geiger.- Ad. J
j ; :,e ..fitraTi-e
j aiu-e. I.ittb-
- 'at the door.
faOC ; Mrs. 'arney
them into t
M Mince Meat 25c h; --
" Sunbeam shrimp ic Mrs s j.
n i p!Mrs. Floren
3 cans Van Camp's soup
( I 1 e a
Misses Helen Wright
Pall received the cards
and Mrs. F. N Hudson.
Mimms and Mi.-s Grace
t!ie gae.-ts and ushered llr.
m- librarv, where Mrs:.;
Mr. Moses Marsh and Mlsa Mattie
Johnson of Panasoffkee, accompanied
by their cousin, stole a marcU on other
friends Sunday, motored to Ocala, pro procured
cured procured a license, and then went to the
Methodist parsonage, where Rev. J. B.
Dey. in the presence of his family per performed
formed performed the marriage ceremony.
Miss Johnson was beautifully gown gowned
ed gowned in white messaline satin with big
picture hat and the groom in a conven conventional
tional conventional sack suit, made an Ideal happy
After the marriage ceremony they
drove to Wildwood, where they remain remained
ed remained until sometime Monday, goinp from
there to their pretty country home-
appear- I near Panasoffkee. This is a well known
and popular young couple and their
friend wish them a long and happy
Mrs. Vinnedge received'
tr l i. resented them to! "ith a record of more than ten years
I'hS room was charmingly deco
" small Hat Salmon. SSeif ;ZL"-i''Tu'y
larQe ' ..30c'u:i- adorned with t-x-nrslte sweet
" peas and Faster tillie--. and lu-re Mrs.
" tall Salmon 30Cjpryan C. Wlntfu-U and Mrs. W. II.
i Mark ham entertained tne gu.-.-ts. Jn
Hilburn of Palatk., andia fiapiam witn tne rum ueorgia
it....: . . T S1
of S'.ringfieM, Mo. 1 ar '' umer na re
rated tired from active srvie Saturday
with -the rank of captain. Dr. Wilmer,
" Argo large Saimon 45c;";;:
" Ocean Gem tall M - 20c
Hotel Astor Coffee
40 cts. per Pound
STEEL CUT COFFEE
40 cts. per Pound
darkened dining room beautiful
red candles were very effectively ar-j
ranged, and Mrs.
Mrs. .Linos Pall
Puena Mimms and
erved a dainty ice
eourse with the assistance of little
M;s-e- Iu Fgberton Whitfield and
Joephiri- West. Tallahassee Cor. to
. F. Thomas expect tot
lavs for St. Peters-bur
! Mr. an I Mrs
i l.-ave in a iw ia j .s ur reifrMiurs.i A
.. .. .. . .u-1 tev
i where I.'.ev nave reiue i a. nou-e lur ine
'summer. Mr. Thomas will spend as
! much time with his family as business
I will permit.
If you haven't seen Mrs. Dan Cap-
pieman's petunia bt-d- you have a rare
and beautiful treat before you. Many
took advantage of Sunday afternoon to
drive out to her home on the Sharp's
Ferry road to see the flowers an I they
are certainly .1 lovely sight.
Mr.-:. Charles Tydings will entertain
St. Margaret'-- Guild Saturday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. May 30th. from 3:30 to 6. And a
cordial invitation is extended to alL
The reading club hell a most in instructive
structive instructive and social meeting Tuesday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. J.
Gerig. The study of Mexico was begun
who l.s rector of St. Luke's Kpiscopal
hurrh, has been devoted to the wel welfare
fare welfare of the regiment, and has been
with the soldiers on many of their en encampments,
campments, encampments, the most notable of which
was the Manas-as campaign of 1904.
Hi- surce-sor will be appo'nted on the
recommendation of the regimental"
commander. Atlanta Georgian.
For many years Dr. Wilmer lived in
Ocala and was the beloved rector of.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Stevens are en enjoying
joying enjoying a visit from their son and
! daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
ens and lovely little granddaugh
ters from Lakeland.
Mr. I-Mwin Spencer, Marion's young younger
er younger representative, is enjoying: a visit
from his wife and IMwin III. this
week. They went over from Pablo to
spend a few days in Tallahassee with
the young Solon.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Galloway, Mrs.
Robert Flinn and Mr. J. F. Sewell of
Prooksville, autoed to Dunnellon this
afternoon to see the game.
I.KL1 IKK, FIVE HKELS TEJI TEJI-PI.i;
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Itexall Tan and Freckle Lotion is an
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stores. drugstores. Ady
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vnusiasru ;:;Oat;tiri tvith
Remarkable Remedy That Drives Every Particle
of Poison Completely Out of Your
pain i.i. ni bmihii.i i i mi hii j. iimiinij,m i j...i.iiip!i iiWjMiv
mtm,,. .-..- ..J.J T J. tj : MMlff(lr i i mi -t 1 iiffir imii'ii) mi t mni'intnir- J ,,7-ir- innitji.iJuxjiL
rey of th-.1 upper air. Car-
ly tho xcif-mvnt of it, he
ir f.o-.vn with North in his
?--:.iir.z to' ride bv his
th' k;Il and darirg of the p
th: half human-like, half
ring- race horse.
the singing s t a v s
Harry Irving Greene
'The Lash of Circumstance,"
"Barbara of the Snows"
It U limply astonishing: the -way contagious germs scatter and
leave your blood clean and pure.
Poison In the blood used to break
out into the most unsightly sorc-5, boil.-:,
abscesses and ulcers, but since the
Introduction of S. S. H. there is no
more trouble. And even if it is only
a slight attack it would eventually
mean loss of hair, loose teeth, sore
gums, mucous patches, copper splotches
and the most intense decree of aprony,
if S. S. S. were not used. Of course
some cases of Contagious Blood Poison
do not exhibit the extreme .uperfioi;il
effect but the trouble is they are npt
and the first thins they do is to throw
thf-mselves into the clutches of those
who take all their money, fill their
vt-ins and arteries with Mercury, IoJidc
of I'otiish, Arsenic or other mineral poi
sons and practically wreck their lives
K. S. S. will give your blood a com com-I
I com-I plete bath, purify it, overcome the
j danger done by mineral drug's, soothe
! and strengthen your stomach and in
! every w ay restore you completely. Your
j blood will be rich, red and pure and
I will stand the most rigid blood test.
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The Pursuit of the Planes.
March raised his eye3 and an excla exclamation
mation exclamation burst from his own lips as
well. Just rising from the nearby nearby-range,
range, nearby-range, where he had doubtless been
roosting as he watched, swinging wide
over the plain perhaps two miles dis distant
tant distant and two thousand feet up, mar mar-velously
velously mar-velously distinct in the tenuous moun mountain
tain mountain air, the Flying Man was floating
and Foaring with occasional sweeps of
his thin pinions. Alan had witnessed
his fight with the ill-fated Putnam,
but Norih, row seeing him for the
first time, was fairly awed at the won wonderful
derful wonderful poise and ease of the enemy's
flight. For perhaps five seconds he
gazed at him in fascination as he con-
z-i a iocr:ev r
-v ry ir.i:sc ta
aoouL aoo'.it rr. r.in of wr,i r-t
; his fae, the ihrob of the machine be-
;nenth him, the roar of the propeller j
; behind. Ecstatical!;- he glorVJ in th?
; l.-;r.g. sweeping v.pward rise cf the
: rr.s chine when Tht.-y roce and rose as j
billow ; involuntarily he drew his
I breath with' a sharp intake as they
swept downward in a long dip as the
ship swe.etiS down from the towering
crest or a lord of the ocean when the
j deck falls from beneath one's feet
;nd he feels as though he Coated in
-.Inrio-o : fn ta
If a Cottolene V
111 I r Short Cake
R M BUM. T4 .- 1
i.i:ua!r. so ramu is u:e piunge into tn
valley below. Then the graceful rise
again with the sudden plunge? into an
air bank that opposed theri with a
rolidness that caused the light plane
Pastry made with Cottolene is smoother in
texture, finer-grained and better in flavor than
if made from butter or lard.
And Cottolene costs no more than lard.
and will go one-third farther than either
butter or lard.
There is as much difference between
:o snucder and ? hirer at the imtact.
land herein the machine again
! seemed a ship wallowing in a sea that
had swept her from stem to stern.
until shaking herself free she once i
' more raced on, buzzing like a hornet. ;
! lie felt the bottom drop from his j
: stomach as the i'aiily leaped across j
1 deadly air pockets where all below
i was like a vacuum, co ering the. gap
' as a great runner upon ske-s sweep- j
tinued to squeeze his companion's arm j 1 uuwu a 1-luaatiii"ue i"'iJ"iU
u moiuenium aiuue over uroaa
to do so in just a day. The eyesight j Oct a bottle of S. S. S. at any drug
fades, the hair falls out, th bones bones-become
become bones-become ulceraled, a thousand and one
fierce, unsightly symptoms ensue and
then there can be no question as to
the nature of the disease.
It Is very unfortunate that so many
store ar.d begin to cure yourself at
once. For a book on Blood Poison or
for private advice, write to the Medical
Tept The Swift Specific Co., 146 Swift
F!1.. Atlanta, Ga. This is one of the
greatest private laboratories in the
sufferers lose all nerve, all self control, world.
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with an undiminished erin. then
leased his hold and gasped: reaches of space. He felt himself
"Shade of Darius Hreen! Xow that's Ending from invisible air crest to
, !m mr rrtcf v.ifn tup Hpntnpsi
! invisible air
of one who dances upon a rope, he
j against his side and pushing at him
! like a strong hand a-s a swerve to
! right or left took them a moment from
thr-ir direct path. He looked down.
Far below, so far that the trees looked
like the toy trees upon the block3
which children play with, the people
like toy men two inches tall, the
beasts of the field like the beasts of
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what I call flying!"
He was speaking in a fierce, harsh i
whisper, already working frantically j
at hi3 engine. "Don't you daro look j
up don t you dare make a move.
They will all see hira in another min minute
ute minute and then things will be turned up upside
side upside down. I want to get away early
and avoid the rush. He sprang into
his seat and grasped his operating
gear. "Make way, there," he roared
at the stragglers about. 'T am going
to start, and when I do I'll be a cy-'
clone on wheels. Make way, MAKE
WAY!" Like sheep charged by a;
raging wolf, they scattered before the
great monoplane, and Norths throwing j
on the power, shot forward and sprang j
lightly into the air like a bounded ;
rubber ball. With his propeller whir whirring
ring whirring at topmost speed he turned at
a dizzy slant and as a bee goes for
its hivo so did he head onward and J
upward for the marvel beyond that
floated so buoyantly in the limpid air. :
Instantly wild tumult and hoarse
uproar burst forth. A hundred voices
bellowed the discovery at once and in
half a dozen seconds a score of avia-
tors had leaped upon their seats with i
fierce shouts of warning to the fleeing
crowd. Monoplanes and biplanes j
streaked the earth as they achieved j
their momentum for the upward leap, j
Twenty great propellers were whir-!
ring, churning, roaring all at once. ;
Then rising in buzzing flight like a j
covey of mammoth grouse, they went i
whistling away in twos, threes and j
clusters in the wake of North, whose j
powerful "Blue Dragon" was splitting :
the air at nearly ninety miles an hour. ;
Betts and Fairfield, tho last to rise,
collided before they had fairly left the f
ground and came down with a crash i
and a snapping of wires, themselves i
receiving awkward tumbles, but ;
springing to their feet practically un-!
hurt. Their machines, however, were
temporarily disabled, and calling down
maledictions upon their luck and each
.other's heads they could only stand a toy ark tne earth as rushing back back-rooted
rooted back-rooted to the spot like other men and ; ward as the fiim or a moving picture
watch their companions in the mad j speeds and vanishes. He looked up.
million-dollar chase, when but for a j Space, yawning and infinite, hazy,
little ill fortune they would have been ; gaUzy, mystery filled; the moon barely
cloB9 in their wake. The greatest op- distinguishable and thin as a ghost
portuntty of a lifetime had gone a- floating far nbove like a bubble. He
glimmering because someone in his ; eazeu to the west. The sun, conperish
.frantic haste had blundered. Small j and vast ei0wed as throush a thin!
wouur mat Lut-u id6w io wuuuw. i mesh. They were a mile above th
And now once more the Flying Man i pohn cf Parting two miles above the
seemed to have niade up his mind to j level of tnft hea ani almost even with
test them out en masse as he had done j tne lower reaches of the .tf r;al po-vs
Putnam Individually before he had j .f rhe peaks. The chill of upper space
slain him. For a minute after North j pervafled him. and he drew himself
had made his start tht other remained j ci0Ser together as thved a quick
like a spider suspended at the end of j Rance at the man at his tide Tjn
his thread, floating practically mo-j av!,j face was drawn and deenlv
and its imitations as between extra good and very
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1 heaping teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon sugar
3 teaspoons baking powder
Mix dry ingredients together and sift into chopping
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fondling the wheel as his body swayed
rhythmically to the slow roll of the I
machine. He looked ahead once more, j
Speeding in front of them as the I
shadow of a bird speeds was the hori- J
zontal form of -the one whom they
were pursuing, his body stretched
straight as a shaft from a bow, his
j grotesque face turned over his shoul shoul-i
i shoul-i der, his huge eyes glowing with maley maley-olent
olent maley-olent hate, his ape mouth working hid-
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He rubbed his eyes and awoke as
one from a dream. The last of the
specks had disappeared and he waff
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had been as oblivious of their pres- j
ence as had they been upon one of J
the far distant bodies of space. But ;
now finding himself upon earth once j
more he began peering about. Where j
was xjKJiisi lit; must num. uci up im immediately.
mediately. immediately. In the scattering of the
concourse before the flight of the avi aviators
ators aviators he had for an instant felt a
slight worriment as to her safety, but
the knowledge that Tolliver was with
her and that his rival was fully com competent
petent competent to protect her had eased his
mind. Now, however, he would search
A hand fell upon his shoulder and
he turned in his tracks. Professor
Desmond was beaming upon him, and
March took the proffered hand with
genuine pleasure. "Ah, Professor!
Quite able to be around once more, I
see. I am glad. So you, too, were
lucky enough to witness the pursuit
of your unclassified mongrel of space j
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Desmond's eyes were still sparkling
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ITCHING, FIERY, RAW ECZE3IA
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tionles3 in the air, then as the cloud j nned, his eyc glowing,
of ether planes arose and with his
forernos-t foe more than half way to
him he became active. Throwing him-!
self fonvard upon a horizontal in much k OH 0 0 C
the same position as though he wt -. LUSlAilU Li M A iV II
about to swim In water, ho gave a
rHe-Mv heat of his wings. Like a;rIvlIj I'NGiNI'F.JL
darting fish ho leaped forward a hun- i jUIAUGHTSMAl
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circle went whistling out crer the
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they bid fair to do so the pursued one character hv contract ur on ocm-;
straightened his ccurso Into direct I mission bas's. Vr'e or consult me at!
flight, and with his face turned fcc.
ward over his shoulder led them i
straight away. For the next mile the
Blue Dragon and about half a dozen of
the fastest of the machines seemed to
be holding their own with him, while
the rest, unable to keep up the tcrriiic
pace, gradually strung out behind like
a kite's Jong tail. Whither he was
leading them none but himself could
guess, but as for the pursuers they
cared little provided they could kpep
him in sight. Whether they ran th-
race and fought the fight over jagged
mountain tops m level ground made j
little difference to these seasoned sail- j
ors of the upper air sea, whose von- I
stant close association with death
had made them almost contemptuous j
of it, and as grayhourjis course a hare
they went whistling on with strained j
muscles and eyes glued upon the MacK j
streak that sped as an arrow before
them. Whether the pursued one was
doing his best or otily triSing with
them they could only conjecture, j
but this much was evident, doing i
their own best as they were,
they were barely holding their own
with him. North, still retaining his J
initial advantage over his nearest com-
petitor, could not see that he had
gained a foot upo'n the enemy. To j
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now far behind, the ones in the air j
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Then one by one even the specks dis-
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relaxation welled from the bosom of
the watching city.
Fire minutes had elapsed since
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during -which time March, grown to
the spot, had stood staring after the
fiyers with his heart Bounding and
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