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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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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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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Full Text
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FURNISHINGS
For All of the Homes
FUMMITUEE
AT RIGHT PRICES
m

Oil A M
Htr Ji. lurti .irJ A .i

Theus-Zachry Co.

VOL. 19.

OCALA. FLORIDA, TUESDAY. MAY 13, 1913

NO. 296

THE FURNITURE 3EEN

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Only ncHary to He fnrrful nml "rf
ll-f.rr- Hu t ins:
Ibe Had
Tin- following arti.le from the
'('...untry Ivntleman" is well writ writ-1
1 writ-1 rt an l truthful, an'l s. nearly applies
t- nmch lan.l in Mari'n county that
t:-.- ;ar takes th.- liberty of reproduc reproducing
ing reproducing it:

T ier- is an oM huck.-t-saoji saying- i

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8 n vi.i..vi:ainhih I) iiomi; nv Tin: mioiiks of laki: weik

:h it run-; s..m.-thini: like this: There's
a -u. k.r lrn i-very minute who will
hit- at some kin-1 of hait." and it
do.sn't se.-!ii very far from the truth,
cither. If you don't helieve it -o to

Fh.rida. l)un't no down through "rea- i

k Alley" anions the l'alm Iieachers.

Knock around a hit through the in-

tenor ot tiiis won nruu coumr, mp-

p; n-i now an'i men to lo-on. auu iu n--ten.
fur you miiit as well attempt to

et a correct idea of it from the moon

as to judiie it from the windows of the

railway train, even though they do not

run a mile a minute.

You may not discover a bucket-shop

m the wtiole state: tan ou ma se se-and
and se-and also hear; tell of the victims of a

ertain class of land sharks who in

fest the state, besides whom the most

conscienceless sneii-saiiie uj'"aiui
an annel from heaven.

A few weeks ago I saw one of these
suckers verily they are nothing else
turn the street corner in a town not
far from the lake resion, His outfit
was the sorriest thins Imaginable, con consist
sist consist in-' of a small, ramshackle wagon

drawn by a pair of spavined horses
that looked as though they might fall
down if taken from the harness. Thru
the hood were thrust the heads of four
children all under twelve years of age
looking at the sights. A woman with
a fifth child in her arms sat at the
ooening in the rear, while a couple of

lean hound dogs nosed along under the

',-1... ... . .f t ll i Olltflt

elllilt'. 1 lie nuiurnM t....;

was waiKing i"s o.-e. t

md he was headed northwest by north.

The Story of a Man Who Hit.
r sauntered along behind and waited
if !1

nitil he was about nan a nine iium

own before accosting him. To say the

cast he was non-eommuiiiecmve

issured that he was taiwing 10 a

stranger in a strange laim.

oened up with a story and there are

nanv line it which i ui ifj m..-,.

s or was a tenant farmer from one of j

he Middle Western states who bought

with his savings torty acres in r cui-

ni.ation scheme at fifty dollars an
ore. paying for it on tile installment

plan.

When I got down here with my tur-

niture, half a car loan oi lanu nuii--

ments and two mules that cost me two

hundred dollars each," he said. 1 round

that most of the land I had been pay paying
ing paying for is what they call 'blackjack'
liinl the only thing- you can raise on
it is a disturbance and the rest of it
Hat as your hand, full of stumps and
saw palmetto and partly under water."
"Do you mean you bought this land
without seeing: it?

"He never aw anybody who had! through

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v m:i.vi:t hi:vv iti.i.u on i hiiii.v i i:viti.i mvhion roi.vrv hmmo k i.vnii

seen it," Ills wife broke 'n.
"It's this wav," he went on, moving!
some distance off. "They sent me let letters
ters letters and statements from people who
were making anywhere from $50 to 500
an acre on land within a mile of me.
nd they told me that I could have my
money back any time within two years

if I wanted it. 1 uion i
them any reason for changing- my
nlind all I had to do was to ask for

it That sounded pretty good and iair
enouuh to me, though I do remember
rhnt tli is offer was made after I told

,iw,n, n,:.t T didn't intend to go to Flor-

r a i.it better fixed. Well.'

I'm fixed all risht. A few of us feot

together and tried to oraiu inm .ov..
but after spending- a lot of money on
it wy found it needed under-drainage
thai would cost seventy-five or a hun hundred
dred hundred dollars an acre. That was after

tackled the blackjack land. Ann

.- I am beating- it out of this country

fast as this pair uf

thousands of acres of land

like that which sn-w the oats shown

in the accompanying photograpn.

situation: This land is not uniform
either in contour, color or condition,
being more or less interspersed with
pine Hats which need to be drained at
cost thai mar not be prohibitive:

with rich hammock land of several j 1

kinds, costing- from ...y to an acic
to put into condition for cultivation;
i.,t finallv with scrub or blackjack

tily thing you couiu

Wt

now

dead

broke, as

REAL ESTATE A
-Tr J ,(- i Tr'T

ND INSURANCE

KKALi ESTATE
Town property, improved and un

improved, for sale.

bringing investments.
Small Farms. Timber Tracts,

Real profit

ed-

JUST

scrubs will take me."
The State Want. Meal Farmer
Th tfs a beautiful tale with which to

I. o trics nf articles on Florida,

isn't if' Hut listen. Y e na- moeu

jver to the edue. of the road, alongside
,.f which a ditch about three feet had
been dug", its smooth sides showina
plainly the character or the soil. With
mv foot I easily stirred the top of it,

i i i i -. A o 1 m r t white

These oats were sown witn a uriu on

twenty-third and twenty-fourth of De December
cember December last: and on the twenty-third
of February, wht-n I saw them, they
were eighteen inches hiirh and so thick

that the blades had to be part.-, wii.u n w;lif,;, the

the hand in order to see the g Ciu nd. j j VM.jil he an umbrella.
It is well worth while to give the his-j x ,v t!i,s js a fa;r sketch of the
tory of that tield as told me by it x r., r.-ntral. Middle and .-jt h west-

owner, who says. "I am trying to make I rn Ji:irt (lf Florida which is to say
mv littb- farm out there an inspiration!. p..,.t,,.,.iv whole state, with

to the old settler- ;.s well as to thet, ,,f the Fverglades

newcomers. I tiere are inou.ino U1 j ..,otted like the hide of a leoporo. aria
both in Florida to whom it will be a j 7 carry the simile further, in many
revelation. t places like the feathers of a guinea

In February, T'12. the land was clear- ., n ) Tactically all of it except the
e.l at a cost of $10 an acre, after which ij.(.ru, s u-efuh provided it can be
the held was thoror.ulily broke). i n,a.i,. availabic at a reasonable cost.
In April it was planted to peanuts and, ( n Ihf. .st ,,f tio-.-e lands, which
when they w-iv ready the ho-s were t :lj!y increases in value the farther

m them and allowed x;,,ut:i they a re. owing to toe increasing
the peanuts were ab.u t ;t v from fri,st. some of tlie

was first 1 , !,-ii:ural and horticultural

m America, if not in the world.

,.--. And on the twenty-in.Ki ano i amazing uiu -u ic

turned m up
remain until

....no in N'ovember ine lan-t

broken with a two-horse plow and

nty-th;rd and

V

ange Groves or almost anviumg ou
wish, on terms to suit.

R 1 : NT A L 1 F "AUTM EXT
u'p hr.vp houses for rent or will

take charge of property and colle

the rent, keep up repairs ana pa
the taxes.

IN&RANCE DEPARTMENT

irent for a dozen of the best Firo insurance Companies in
...7;- Thnrnuirhlv com etent to care for your insurance business

IUUUOJ. m
I Will be rieaseil to Cail for lour I.usincss

Phone 285

in Any of Theso Lines.

F. W. DITTO

0CALA.1FLA.

t
SPECIALIST IN y
THE Dr. MCLANE

The Slickest Electric

Motor for Sewing Machines
on the Market. Phone us
for a Demonstration.
Ask to see our Stoves
and Ranges. We will Save
you Money.
Aiients for the Stand

ard "Central Needle" Sewing
Machine. Try one and if it

is not the Best, we Want it
Back in our Store.
PHONE CALLS-WILL RECEIVE PROMPT
AMTENTION.
Phone 10
OCALA iUllIURE GO.

w

wa s

-h had

the w.$rm winter sun. Underneath

a dai-Jk. sandy loam ruuy two ten.

bv a fine clay sub-

n

land
j aim aim-!
! aim-! r a

twenty-fourth the oats w re
About M'O pounds of fertiliser
was used two per c.-iit ammo
,.f cut notaMb. e!--V:: per ce!

phorie acid co-ting ?-v a i-u..

oats will be cut bef,.re they are tul.J j T

ftiu i l'r na i i

L ii..re will he aooui

planted,
an acre
iia. five
; p-ios-T.'iese

U Tea :
j.rotit
;i re :

nber

i that

u r

oil

weeks. J
es from
You
couldn't
Man!

"If
w o

ilf.rlald
ft ha1
he ea

rine. and

riresent ulltlook t

t-r. n,i a half tons of hay an acre

This has already been offered for
at 2-'."0 a top.

After these oats are cut

he soil of the good

1 or the scrub are ciiemicaiiy

r exactly alike. This is why the
ker says. "You can't tell the land
;c ,y what grows on it."
'eref'ore to the intending purchas

er of Florida land the following, irom

rnmerit reports an-. .cc .. -rv;1t
;..,!. .-nould he carefully borne

1:

' if : he !"-' f '"1 asses of pitif

r:nan mil- : .;, ..e.-'itv occur

v

ale

land thts

been no rain for two

earth two or three inch-

the surface was moist.
could farm land like this,
you?'
Man'." He stopped and gulped

t.efV.re he could say,? wit n 'a ges-

,..r thr was unsprakubly pathetic: and sorghum

, t a hicir.o' onv fV-rt : i LZt-I.

1 Mll lidti a, v s - t I

k it. I've passed over .thousands of

ukc it. and I'm giing out

, i .... v ...

3 un

let will be jdanted on tr.e sani lan i, j. ;.as

abOUt i-'-'O pOUIO Jl i-riw Wal

giving

H7er to the acre. Trie

ed to be three and a

an acre. Twenty

ready been soil at

cutt ng tins eari

1-1 is ex;

:-t-

half to four tons j f ,.,..

ea s
It

lark, ric
a k
a d

only in small areas.
! light sandy soil in in-can
can in-can often be pushed
pt h of two or three

tons of this 'aas a- i iax-teat

,n. After

will

broke to

work for a man up

fiat

in Gear-

in July, cowpcas
planied without j
Ah j-Jt three tons j

an acre oi pea uuc tn.-.
will be cut the latter part of September.

i i.e.-n sold in auuii'-f,

article to be

You are sure you are not making

mistake?'

is about the scarcest

found here. Ard besides that I believe vol

an ge on your ieei a-am. j.c.M
endent right here in Florida inh-ke it whh

None of t h i

v.i,r from the own r's

savs it is as good or v-ven

xpei uenre

he

setter than )

pin

re small ate
l .-ari...-,
e,.-e and o;.-.

client t:-'a.
as proj.e;
ion when m
o.i.1 .juality
ti .Irving it

v

ry

delU

grow til of

dry period which would cause a most
disastrous drought in the North appears
to have hardly any effect upon them.
Most of the citrus fruit is grown on
the high pine lands, which are general-

rolling, so that the contrasts are

often very striking, for instance, jou
may drive northwest from Tampa for
eighteen or twenty miles through a flat
region dotted over with pools of stand standing
ing standing water, and at Tarpon Springs come
upon rolling land fifty or sixty feet
higher, which might easily be mistaken
for lands a thousand miles north were
it not for the ever-present gray moss

island the seml-trop'cal cnaracier oi me

vegetation. Mreicue.s ,,L me
tiful country. Ideal for truck crops and
citrus fruits, may he found all through
the lake region and north of it. Hut it
is not safe to grow citrus fruits much
above the lake region.
You may know the third class or high
,,me land bv the roads. There is no

mistaking it. for the sand is coarse,
loose and dries out asily, making
mighty hard pulling. AThe growth of
pine is small and scrYbby. with here
and there a bit of underbrush. The
soil is nearly sterile and is generally
considered unfit for cultivation.
The pine flats contain the Ions-leaf
pine, the short "saw" palmetto and
grasses. The trees are usually far
apart. The dark, sandy ?oil is en-

erally underlaid with narapan; u is
usually wet, with standing water from
one to four feet below the surface.
These "flats," as their name implies,
i ed underdrainage to make them at
all valuable an expensive and often
difficult operation owing to the slight
fall necessary to carry off the water.
For all-round purposes the hammock

lands are the most valuable in Florida.

ie tree I They

Labor, eood reliable labor, o. i umoia.

That doesn

does it?

you
inde

; sound
How a:
a: field
is be in

anart ana tr.e

compact, hard
Florida to ; f ,,r traveling.

like

,out thU then
is anotr-er jus

i

pa re-1

I

-aw
am

th

it. Of this t.ne i.,
l.utting about
to the acre.

the crop

; re o i

oo

ol

CHRONIC DISEASES
MEDICAL, SURGICAL

AND ELECTISCAL lNSTffUTE

If

m

OCALA, FLORIDA.

PHONES Office,

Office Suite 1 to 7, Holdcx

No. 333. Dr. McClane's

No. 407.

Residence,

Block. Southwest Corner Tublic Saare.

f

JOSEPH BELL
Attorney at Law
Olliue

Second Floor,

SMunroe & Chamhlis Bldg.J

. t ; a. l . T-i g; ri

nft-n l o tne .?a.nie in waiensi'-'-

'; .... -1-.. riii countrv. You are same owner says.

... -u.-. .iiffc.-t i.m of at least iwohiiOO founds

I" V ...i.,- v... n i.nA !"-.. .i.i -.-r if we make

of '"trad. I know the president of one expect about a carload ana
land secretary of the other. If you are j marketable melons h: to su
ia -ci! farmer they want you. The give no probable price to

W'tOle stale want.!" a:iu n" !li

ivin .. t-r cw.il itiot sometimes e

a cai
.. ,. ii,. ..-i rVit v. a ve aa-

. . usitij. .-.J a car. ne

i.siani;ai .-on. j,..v-. u. r,o--siblv

fiut he only fell to cursing the coun. ple-t tnat -o

I told him that, too, ; not hti.g a car.
... i ... v- however, a.

t s a ;n :st a Ke : t a t 'n a ne i c a u i .i'ji i- : ice i
cs and pe--;i- generally are much to jo-.it of place here. Thepo.T:.i

. r.f "' is 1TV1 "llt-lfl

:'l-i:ue lor ,iav oapeo'- ; .

.1 .1 .1 J '.' .i k i

tates who are merely jor better

FJor- :

;s v

ot

- state

n. and I think you

; al advise and possibly help of a

P. We can ; r.
e realized j
An to say

rt as high as $400 j!urg

ht get as a w

e ad
brin:

d.-n-e that t!

i for this reason it is call call-land.
land. call-land. The soil, though
n like a -garden soil in -x-h.iMs
together well and
erty of taking any impres-

ildf 1 :n the hand, as a
if moulding sand does,
is not inclined to fall
rnids t'nrojgh It have a

-urface that is very good
In fact some of the fin fin-,e
,e fin-,e country are found in

high pine lands of Florida. This
is very similar to the hammock
! and is considered .u:te as valua valua-for
for valua-for gen'-ral agricultural purposes.
., jv I .puaiity of high pine land

y rax..er coarse, san-iy son,

,.oh--ive than the first or the ham-
k. Ta ro..i is through it are good,
e growth i- th- long-leaf pine, the

T;ie re : s a j :n

ave a

more or less heavy growth

r

in

. g...-M

: n

nd its

rople

for what happened to

A jo

;en from

xr.loit-ng- tr.e count rv ana aoing t ior- .iere

hi ;n .r- harm h:an anything else com-jby the

. To the best of my Knuwieage u fiance

that the

nc

to

a
h,.

.n lit:

'll.r

facts.

D'

it tiiey had nolM

r act

?, an a

:ng governed lar:
,f rhe land and

marketing po.n..

land, which

ely
the

Ocala, Fla. :
f:

are :n

hi with .him and he went his way. jean be
e peculiar pathos of it all is that; an acre.

tr.e

l-over r

i way had r.een tnrougn ana stujiay

P.ight here

crux o

f $10 to ?30 j
i
i

i

f the whole su

-t and ofteri very
.-t t. j UTi lergrowth;

automobile .-an be driven
all dir.'.-t:ons without dif dif-s
s dif-s -.-ii is a coarse white or
usually underlaid by a

s.aniy subsoil or by clay. It
her; 1. i- dry. like sea sand or
e. sr.arp buihiing sand,
rticularly valuable iroperty of
..!.- is the evenness of the water
whk-u t'..ey maintain. The sur--i.e
ground -I'lickly dri. s after a
1 f,.r the ie; 'h .,f an inch or two

a- J.-nmediatelj
however, the earth is

i alwavs ii'ioist. i ; utiw t uj's sctwwm

ffer frozji drought on these soiu; a

tr-

A

1'

low ti

as,
,1

of hardwoods white oak, live oak,
water oak, dogwood. bay. magnolia
and the tall, picturesque cabbage pal palmetto.
metto. palmetto. There are light and heavy
hammocks, so named from the density
of the growth rather than from any
apprci iole difference in the soil. Both
the soil and subsoil of these lands con consist
sist consist of moderately fine sand. The
heavy hammock land is almost black,
owing to the age-long accumulation of
organic matter from the dense growth
of trees, vines and other vegetation

which form an almost impenetrable
jungle. The expense of clearing these
lands is very great, but very often pro produce
duce produce enormous crops of fruit as well as
truck.
Interspersed with the various pro productive
ductive productive soils, principally the high pine,
are areas of scrub or blac'cjack land,
having a more or less dense growth of
dwarf spruce pine, scrub oaks, small

desert plants and busnes tnai turn
their leaves up edgewise to the sun.
The line dividing the scrub and the
gool land is often as clearly denned
by the difference in vegetation as the
. curbing on a sidewalk. It can be fol followed
lowed followed through the level land or up hill
ml down dale as easily as an open
road. Fven. at the edge of a lake you
may stand with one foot on land that
will not grow a blade of anything fit
to eat, while the other rests on soil
that will produce huge crops of the
most succulent vegetables.

(Concluded on Second rage)

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(XHLA EVEM(i f5T.Il. li I3RU. WAV U, 161

OCALA EVENING STAR

HlttlnKr & Carroll, Proprietor

fl. It. Carroll, (General Msnai;er
Port V. Lravengooil, IIuMlnrN Manager

J. II. Ilenjaniln, i:l Kor

was .1 i.r.,;:frr of Al'"r: M. Wii Hanson
, f thf J"! ri 3 Ian. w"i.- isd t h 1"l.J a

in las: is hum or
svtiil'jt :y of hi -5

ja'itiful trio-it.
r.;s "...ij.'.T. TV.
'!.rrti;r-n of th

MSI

H-

-.v--r; iry-
; Vi': V i
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fill IMS

1

V.'iliVi us.--on i)

trcive rru-n

TOM TO Li lt IIU.i:

Entered in the po.stof fk--. at Ocala,
I'la., as second class matter.
ALMOST I WMMOl s
fou i in: i:vti:niiov

Xof. :s
in 4 for j.riz-ba-k-'-
to T:
narter vvh vvh-ru
ru vvh-ru ake i' -. r 1
rivil, :i u-e
li .-o.-in of

j t put on e

-n to all th.j-e f-om;.--t
-.ik.- r crates or
I:.arl of Trale heal heal--
- heal-- St-rT'-rary Uuoroy '.v ill
,f .late .ml time of ar ar-as
as ar-as aVl f-or.testants in
true. It i- al. j.r..'1'o-e'l
ion at t ; h IIoar-1 of

of thf City to ilv-r prl nti Hroimht
I
Out i Demonstration fr.m
(hir Hrirerntative Citizenship

First Page

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The Star always kfff.. ps:M on
public sentiment in -. la. an-1 in Mar Marion
ion Marion county, so far as it ran.
It finds that the only ar-tive oj.pon-t-n's
of the exf risi'in of ti .' its- To
Silver Springs are Messrs. It. 1 An Anderson
derson Anderson and Ii. I. Wartmann.
Mr. Wartmann owns tr.i t of prop property
erty property in the territory vvhi -h it is pro proposed
posed proposed to annex, and thinks that the in-

ffi.ii in his tavc will rri.-tt.r

than his counteracting benefits.
The Star has not lio-n infir:ned of
the nature of Mr. Anderson's objec objections,
tions, objections, tho' he can have the use of its its-columns
columns its-columns to state them at anv tim.

U'lth these exceptions, almo.-t every i

Trad,

or:l a cow.

tiori of earned

duet- from the different

alis a- wen

will ii.

n a i r

.:iven la'

Mr.

N'ra of jud'
,1. 1. M..or:,ead.

Sam Ditto's "Firing Dine" in tii
Time.-l'r:':--n -ay- it i- r. latr-'er ap appropriate
propriate appropriate to call a traveling sab-sman

a drumn-i'-r. iv-riiaj.s
on,- tie other day v

ot. out we -aw
i r i n x a necktie I

that made
bras-; barki.

mm so

und lik.- an entire

ready pis.-, i t.i" i '''-r oo .s.- o.
legislature, had be-n k-lnv.'. -by ).
for eon.-ider iti n in tic r-.-nai- a, t
re.4aest of M-ssr?. It. I- Ander.- .n a
lb 1 Wartmann. Mr. 'arro y s Irf
-tat.d that Ve senator was v;iit:
for definit- instru.; tbr.5 from -:-a
and tiaat Vc de.-irc I. it ; 'ssibie. :
pre-t.-n.-f of a deb--r-.t:i on -f re;.r-t;
tive men at Taliah a -:n ord-r
.':ii;.:la;..; wisias of i'..- prt.-pk-.

. Mr. J. M. Merr.

t ex-
rd of Jr.- b-
r.: Messrs.
att I J. D.
T : a y
;v f :h.-.v-

. x ::a;
: i i v

: s: pr .on oter
.; that his land
which people in
:y" a rt- ma kin c

:a;r to say t
n i- ia tw

a s

1 -ai

a '.'

- 1 ":a
r:
t a y

r. v

- i ii
1 i i

D'-rk-t.

O-er

i a i r m n

; t i v e r

amusements:

a k

id fo

,f the F.arl

the att.-n li!: -e of :i-

hers of r e enuncil and as :r.an

bers of the Tk-ard of Tr.ole ,s .UM b

'.-lock, Mr. M.-ff. rt cai!

irder. iT'-i'i ;.t w. r

' aia b. a- of
.-. .e f 'ii oA
:. :-i pa-cd-T"
at a

lb k OIOV.

pre--, nt. At S o"

led the meet m 2-

bufdness man in the city desires the I'lve Heel unit Xnmlevllle 'Ieiiiple- -1 M.ssrs. J. '. Jtozer. J k. ai-.

nluht hdeore Mac Kay. "arnikhael, A. t.
Did yon see the llranc-iard-. that i tb.bb and W. A. Kniiit. of t a.- k.iari
crack-rja..-k acrobat:.- and contortion-i of Governor. t.'.'.incil:r.eu Ho l. WYihe
ist a.-t last niuht? You didn't? Well j Kelven-ton. Taylor and ivinir.-: -n
toni-iit is your bi-t chance, so t and Messrs. Z. ". h:a n.i.d: s. J. H i i-lisv
lisv i-lisv for it's a il.in.lv. And besides u ard -a F. F. liarrb. D Mclver, i.

' i t hat vo'i -an sc.- iv. eieyan

,e best of licensed j.icttires. 1 nnu.-it sD'ami

extension, and the Star has not heard
any decided objection to it, even from
the country people whose land would
be annexed.
So this is to put the members of thf
Florida Senate on notice that the

measure is a popular one amoni; those

who will be the mo-t affected by it.
and that in passing the bill they will
be doinfr the greatest L:ood to the
greatest number.

i

i (MIIMilt TI(i WITH
IltlO ((IIMV

The keesburff ('ominercial nives tiie
people of Dake county the following
Rfoiy advice, a art. of which may
profitably lie heeded by our own peo people:
ple: people: "Judiie Williams of (tcala was in tin tin-city
city tin-city yesterday in the interest of the
Marion County Fair. The officials of the

fair association have decided to receive

exhibits from Lake, Sumter and Alach Alachua
ua Alachua counties on the same basis thar Ma Marion
rion Marion county exhibits are received. If
worthy, any exhib'' will be awarded a
premium the .same as if it were from
Marion county, list year, through the
efforts of the keesbur-r board of trade,

ictures. : i:. 'nazal, (b-or-e farm:, ha. Flaren

j-. W. Ditto, ii. ll. .-y ti-.our. x.

- 'kYi-k :
. ,.f M..--..rs

-an:: .rtaur
.'. i V i s .. -a ..
!-. . ; t'tt- pa
: '. i r- : i-i:..:
: liml s of 1 '. i
:.-o:;r .;:f.;rmation i

'.. ii- was : i r-1 .: a I' !!
'- e a rr: v.- 1 at t V...
t- vi'al imjort
v an t ii a t y ti us-- ev.-r

i -1

' .it .it-)
) .it-) o i
i a t '. i
n of

a

I -Well!-1

vered hy
H.-cUPsed

e c
ffort

: I do not
y of these :

:'-! cn.p.,nios is co:r.,.o.-ed of
r:.ka:.s. A:r; :.n-r ti:e latter
ki 1 :: w'.i are more or
rvativ-. wi... will sell you
a' a r.-a.-or.abk- price on
your own terms, provided
:.e them that y..y. are not
Florid 5 si-ttply be0au-e "you
e and y -u can't fr.-z,.": that
a r..-.isor,a oie an: ant of in-
.i wikir. jrr.ey s to work and
-r- :r: ; 'I'-cr.-y ke.o. y-Cl
:: : .... sai- of a dollar's

buv. land in I'lorbla t he first
t'.al .- to an t-xact dt-scrip-
...f it. i r 1 i : -. the native vo-re-r
upon it ar.d its .list an ct- from

b;. travt-ied M.i l.
:at is to rememi't-r that, while
:!: .;;y '..as put ;...j-et':ier in ktis
soil and climate which are per-

r.atchfd f r the production of

P and citrus

x peri. -nee. hard work

and mony to make it suce-ssfal com-:;..:.-'aik.
I

I:

a
TVc

1 rraj a:.1: a .--l

r- e

ra.ts. it t ik. s

Here's one

Kooney and a

S t a r

pro.; ram is a dandy.
"The Soul of a Hose.

you don't want to miss.

"Tiie Deceivers." A western ita-; lv stated. C'ouncilnie.n

Wood row. C P. Howell, .-e.reiary

f.. ..""!! Uei .iv in t :. .r t'.-.'UC

It mav ais,, b.. well to mention that AUJUVAIj ANf lU.I'APJl'RE
ti-.e posso,.,-., f o-.enincr siloons at! OK TllAIXS AT OCALA
.kvcr Sprinu.- wa kscussed at:d the

f.bieet of th.- meetir.y was brief-icitj ouncil beina- prese,,: in a body The following schedule Is not paid

ravlor read the : -x 1--. u t : .- op:-...n i.ia u.-uiei nor, out

ar reporter.

The drama with the j

letter from

nator Ccr.ey.

jrajr'a feature.
"His kiiildren

beautiful story. iin Wednesday.
"I tut : eri! ies." one of those eduea- jjr carrnlchael .spoke regard in t;;c ;
tional Pa the pictures. rumor that his tirm wu-l o,eu a sa- i
"The Pottle of Musk." A side split-1 ll,.,n at thfl springs as soon as the bill I
tiny Fssanay comedy. i f.-r annextb.n was eccomplishe.J. Mr.
Tomorrow. Maurice Costello in "Get-1 rjrmi.-hael aave figures to show that
tinir Fp a Practice," comedy. j s,u-h a saloon would not '. profitable j
and called a tent ion to what every ok- j
Itison lot W estern I'enture, Cali I'rl.e j 7l.n of ocula s!nuld know, that cer- I

tain Jim its had been established for sa-
loons in o.-ala and that none could be;

tatiny k.f saloon re- iu.i'

ire '-overbed by

ia; : ac iinuer i tor, out :s printc-u tor tn mrormaiion

nd limitations j jf tne public. The railroads are re-

ne an.

tl:at

send in corrections when-

ro t:n- -a;o-.

n linut

be kept ever necessary

iin its present iounds.
Kesj.ect fully yours.
.1. lb Chace.
I'resMont. r al l Foard of Trade.
.I. D. Ik'oney.
Secretary. ')--ala Bmiei of Trade.

ill the ilenl Tonight
The j.opular little Ideal was crow led
last ni'at and the pictures w.-re great greatly
ly greatly enjoyed. Mrs. Jack kentz was the
iiobb-r of the liu-ky number which
drew the cash prize.
Tonight's pictures are exceidionally

SCAPOARD A 1 Li iAl'B
.xviitiihoiiud Arrive Leave
No. Z ,1:05 p.m. 1:20 p.m.
No. 'j (kimited) . .2:21 p.m. 2:32 p.m.
No. 1 .1:35 a.m. 1:40 a.m.
-Northbound
Vo. 2 2:23 a.m. 2:30 a.m.
Xo. 1:00 p.m. 1:15 p.m.

c otter one lunjrea aoiiars rewara i -' J '" iow. .m.

TV.e limited leaves Jacksonville at;
ilb'.O a. m. and arrives in Tampa at 6 j
p. :m. It leaves Tampa at 1 p. m. and;
arrives hi iohsonville at 7:30 p. m. It,

ilOWS THIS?

fin.

kison 101 western feature is a

a small collection of fruits, etc., was l masterpiece. Mama's Paby is a scream-

hurriedly gotten together and sent to
Jacksonville. As a result, Leesburtf
and kake county were visited by peo people
ple people who had never heard of this sec sections
tions sections before, and it was the opinion of
all that we were well paid for our
trouble) and expense. The Marion
County Fair has yrown to be the
largest permanent thin.y of its kind in
the state and belny widely advertised,
an exhibit there will be a splendid ad advertisement
vertisement advertisement for Pake county. Don't
wait until the last minute, but be-aan
now to make preparation-? and we can
have a splendid exhibit at the fair in
November."

set up outside those limits without; for any case of cat arm tnat c-annot De
chanirinu- the Jaw. He then said that cured by Hail's Catarrh Cure. F. J".
he did not want any saloon at Silver CHI-INKY Co., Toledo, Ohio.
Springs, that his desire was to keep I We, the undersigned, have known F.

that, part of the city free from any- M. Cheney f-.r the last 15 year?, and be- stops only at Tuikey Cr?ek, Plant City,

tli in-.

a pleasure resort at Silver Springs that business transactions, and financially I an 4

women .- nd children can visit at any j able to carry out any obligation maae
hour of the nUht or day. His talk j by his tirm. Waldins Rinnan &: Marvin,
was to the point and entirely disposed j Wholesale Druggists. Toledo, O.

mm

TO

JUS

ffM

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
Mustard.
Ox Tongue, Lunch Tongue, Shrimp, Deviled
Crabs, Underwood's Deviled Ham.

o

(Gr

Tea PoS

ropery,

OCALA,

Phones 16-174

FLORIDA

,f the sort. He wants, in short. Ikeve him perfectly honorable in all 1 Dade City, W! Id wood, Oe&la, Starke

Waldo

ATLANTIC COAST LINE
".otithhoiiml ,in. anil St. Petersburg
Arrive Leave

10:33 p.m. 10:16 p.m.
2:40 p.m. 2:12 p.m.

No.
No.

F.Hli:iS DKSKHVn THI1 FIVKST

The following- from tlie Florida
Growers News of Sanford expresses
the star's sentiments:
"The Ocala Poard of Trade has lead
the way in providing accommodations
for the farmers of that locality. As
every town in the fruit .and vegetable
growing- districts of the state is sup supported
ported supported by the growers of their respec respective
tive respective communities it has often been a
source of wonder to us why the differ different
ent different boards of trade did not supply ac accommodations
commodations accommodations for the growers when
they came in town. We hope the time
will come when the growers will have
these accommodations offered to them
in every place that has a board of
trade."

nnrcvTiov is too i:m: tf,d

A dispatch from Tallahassee says:
A hot tiht was made in the House
on the bill appropriating $428,000 for
state educational institutions. which
was finally passed by a vote of o0 to
11 without amendment. Mr. Adkins of
Alachua led the fisht for the bill, as assisted
sisted assisted by MacWillia ms. Martin and
others. Lisht. Tomlin, Strom and
Ma poles made a hard tiht for a con-s-iderable
reduction in the bill. Light
declared that the state is paying- $200
yearly for every student who attends
a state college.
The House passed a bill offering
prizes amounting to $k",0)0 for boys'
corn clubs, also a companion bill by
Wilson of Manatee allowing county
commissioners to offer prkes.

The Weekly Star only costs a dollar
a year Anybody who will borrow his
neighbor's copy instead of subscribing
for one of his own is eithe-' remarka remarkably
bly remarkably poor in this world's goods or re remarkably
markably remarkably rich in gall.

inu comedy featuring the well known
actor. King P.aggott. The comedy comedy-drama,
drama, comedy-drama, Dick's Wife. is one of those

pictures winch calls for more it is so 0f this fancied objection. j Hall's Catarrh Cure is tacen intern-
very entertaining and instructive.' j Other talks were mad.- by Messrs. i ally, ac ting directly upon tiie blood
The usual cash prize also will be Chamblis--. Chare, ("nazal. Weihe. Jiel- and mucous surfaces 'of the system.

given away at the Ideal tonight. Prices ; venston. Hood, Seymour. 1M war Is. Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents j out hl.ound Oeala mul Lakeland
i i v .. !in.i in cents k-..,,,. nT tu-.i (,t!.,..v Mr Chn- ui-r b. 'tle Sold hv all d Mi ? 2'1 .-; z. i"- (Sunnvjim) 6:40 a.m.

.al did not favor extension to the Take HalJ's Family Pills for con con-springs,
springs, con-springs, tho he favored extending the ; stipation. Ad.
limits in other directions. Mr. Cam;.:
didn't think the extension to the; ODD FELIJW
spring would help in freiarht rates, j
but all others favored the extension. ; Tukila Lodge No. 22, Independent

IK. V. K. LAK,
Speelnlisit, I'ye, liar, ne nml Throat.
Office, haw Library Bb.'g., Ocala. Ad.

I'i: X I TS FOR S A Ml

Hand picked peanuts at one dollar
and twenty-five cents per bushel, at H
P Masters Co. o-7-Gt

WORLD'S ALMAXAC IT nALLAUD'S

New 1913 World's Almanac, Just re received;
ceived; received; 35 cents at Ballard'3 News Newsstand.
stand. Newsstand. Adv.

stmirniixu that avon't iihiiak

Ijadies, it i? 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.

Secretary Poom-v made a very con-i Order of Odd Fellows?, meets every
vincing argument for tiie extension, i Tuesday evening at S o'clock in
showing that Ocala was only trying Yonge's Hall. Fort King ave. Visit Visit-to
to Visit-to do on a somewhat unique plan, thejors in the city invited to be with us.
very thing that New York, Jackson- j 1. F. Ballard, N. G.
ville and other cities all over the covin- j W. k. Colburt, Secretary. Ad.

McIVER 8c MacKAY

IV" .! t ij .-i' s- t

won't mux,
wtrx'T am:ii oft.

Nortltboiiixl .lax. and St. Petersburg-
Arrive Leave
No. lu .":10 a.m 5:20 a.m.
No. 40 12:54 p.m. 1:14 p.m.
Niirtliliouiid I.akeltmil and Ocala
No. "2 (Sunnyjim) ... .Arrive 9:50 p.m.
Oc:tia nml HomoKaMfia
Leave No. 4 3 8:20 a.m.
kcavt No. 47 2:25 p.m.
Arrive- No. 4 1 12:50 p.m.
Arrivt No. 4S 6:00 p.m.
OCALA NORTHERN
i.v. for Palatka.. 7:30 a.m. i:25 p.m.
Sunday trains .... 8:00 a.m. 1:25 p.m.
Ar. from Palatka. 10:40 a.m. 5:10 p.m.

LOYAL ORIlIlll OF MOOSE

The Ocala Lodge No. 609, Loyal Or Order
der Order of Moose, meets each Thursday
even'ng at 8 o'clock in the Gary build building,
ing, building, third floor. Y'siting brothers are
invited to attend our meetings.
Geo. F. Mershor, Dictator.
K. I Stapp, Secretary. Ad.

OCALA LODGr. XO. 2SO. Tl. P. O. E.

Ocala Lodge No. 280, Benevolent and
Protective Order of Elks, meets the
second and fourth- Tuesday evenings in
each month. Yisklng brethren always
welcome. Chas W. Hunter, E. R.
Joseph Pell, Secretary Ad.

KXIUHTS OF PYTHIAS

ilS 'ik' ';!C3lj4-.. i
!(h'v...; j : iTrVWj&
Tvi'" -,:v;'s

JJEAJM'IIIS

I The- T.-xas Wonder cures Kidney and
I bladder t i-o-,; !:.;. removing gravel,

Wonder what it is? Why it's noth-k uivs diab.-t.-s, -v. ak and lame backs,
ing more than one of those rheumatism and all irregularities of

the kidneys and bladder in both men
and women. Regulates bladder troub-

si'liixdid niov nr.Ds
Fiat we want you to come in and
buy. They are "things of beauty
and a joy forever." At the same
time buy ona of our
SPllIXfi M ITTUESSK
You can do more sleeping in a night
on one of these mattresses than you
can in a year on some "body killers"
wo Know of.

Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday a 7:20 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.

CHAPTER NO. 13, It. A. f.

No matter who wants or is opposed
to it, it isn't likely that the state of
Florida will be divided by this legislature.

The first issue of the Dunnellon Ad Advocate
vocate Advocate under the management of Mr.

Paul H. Nisle is to hand, and show. show.-considerable
considerable show.-considerable improvement in make-u;

ana printing. its trie Mar s opinion

that as soon as Mr. Nisle becomes a.

quainted with Dunnellon that he will

give that enterprising town an inter
esting and representative paper.

Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R A. M., on the fourth
Friday in every month, at 7:30 p. m.
C. F. Connor. 11. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad.

coxcoiiniv loih;e f. r. of a.

The Star regrets to learn of the death
at Floral City of John W. Williamson,
a well known old citizen of Citrus
county. He had been a resident of

R. D. FULLER
DENTAL SURGEON
Office Over Munroe & Chaniblias Rank
PHONE 154.
OCALA FLORIDA
TERMS. CASH

J, E, GHACE
DENTAL SURGEON
Rooms 9, 10 and 11, Second Floor,
Holder Block.
OCAIiA FLORIDA
TERMS. CA5IT.

DR. L. F. BLALOCK
Dental Surgeon
OFFICE OVER COMMERCIAL
BANK

Concordia kolue. Fraternal Fnion of
America, meets in Yonge's Hall on the
second Thursday evening of each
month Geo. k. Taylor, F. M.
Chas. K. Sare, Secretary. Ad.

I'M QUE DESIGNS
in house furnishings are in demand
by those of artistic tastes. A visit
here will disclose
UNIQUE FURNITURE
TH AT IS DECOR ATI E
but not overly dear. Merit is what
wins these days, and it's only merit
that gives us our liberal patronage.
M ERIT IX FURNITURE
MERIT IX PRICE.

UNDERTAKERS AND
EMBALMERS

.Y-i iu ma

lea in children. If not sold by your
druggist, vi!l be sent by mail on re receipt
ceipt receipt of ?1. One small bottle is two
months' treatment and seldom fails to
perfect a cure. Send for testimonials
from this and other states. Dr. E. W.
Hall, i-or.c Olive street. St. Louis Mo.
Sol.i by ail brugerUts. Ad

IXDIAN RUNNER DUCKS

Pure blood fawn and white, standard
variety of tho e famous "egg. ma machines."
chines." machines." Eggs for sale for hatching at
ten cents tacii. Ao two drakes for
sale at ?2 each. Write or inquire of
N Trafton, Pelleview. Fla. 4-28

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i -. -A i. i i s

FLIES ARE DANGEROUS
YOU SHOULD KEEP THEM OL"P

CONTRA CTORS AND
BUILDERS

Flies are a great menace to health
and aside, from the question of health,
they are very disagreeable. Let us
screen your house with our modern
method, home manufactured screens.
Ocala Lumber : Supply Co. 3-25-tf

OI.LIE MOHDI?' MARKET OStZS

McIVER & MacKAY
OCALA, FLORIDA

The friend-winning prices

that we are making in our store

will surely interest you. Cold
type cannot do justice to the

extraordinary offerings. Buy

ing jewelry here means
spending money right.

S,i i oh'

Style may change but jjHIIjljHjijH

uui ingu quuuiy, juw uicu
standard of jewelry sell

ing remains fixed.
Here you will find
a satisfying assort-

mentofthe world's
best productions

in jewelry.

gems, silver
ware, novel

ties,

And tht
prices are

squeezed
down tj
a wbis

per.

Heres

Your
Chance!

V

warn a

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If you want a

snappy, spark sparkling
ling sparkling gem set ring

at a decided price

reduction here's

your opportunity.

For your sweetheart mar

ried or otherwise a diamond

solitaire is eminently proper.

Nothing better as an engage

ment or birthday ring. Surprise Father,

Husband or Brother with a nice ring. We

have a splendid assortment of gems in up-to-the-minute
settings at price to

suit the thinnest pocket book. You !" ---"J
w ill find ringrsto suit everyone '"r-K,--rt g ";
i n and women and little folks. Call -T ' ',
ii;;v V-hilc the stock ia complete. v; J
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'fiiMMMMii:

A. E. BURNETT
OCALA. FLA

I-C-E-!
Madame, Do You Believe In

Close, Practical Economy? :f:

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Marion-Dunn I.o.l-e No. IU. F. & A.
M. nipfls on the first anl third T.'iTirs T.'iTirs-tlay
tlay T.'iTirs-tlay cviiiins of enr-'i no nth at 7:30 1
o'clock, until further notice- j
C. 1-3. Si mm oris. W. M. I
Jake r.rown, Secretary. A.l. j

For first class auTonionne rIce
by the trip, hour or day, phone No.
327. First class car and uniformly
low prices to all. J. C. Geiaer. Ad.

a

J. G. PURVIS,
DENTAL SURGEON.

Offices over Nash's
Dry Goods Store.

it
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I
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! The market Tormeny Known a? the
jOilie llordis' Is now open. Will keep on

and a supply cf fresh meat.- and fish YY W 1 1 Jut-' n sure n to rn.nM

i Jr1er.s by phone will recei.e prompt nt-h hr marked -loelj, ami htiirtrr au miike a mhIiik 0

ij iuinK your iih .-iIh, liih, jxi ilirj, fruil, ipkcIhWm, r milk Had
luitler in larger untititieM ihn.i utiial, IJO O nml jmr ref rlrrator YY
Mill he "hat it ouuht to he jour o n eolil Ktornue plant. .V.

attention. Phone number 315. Come

HEADQUARTERS FOR WIRE FENCE.
We have jus: received a carload of tho Famous SOUTHERN
Wire Fencing. staik-s 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
iiao demonstrated in the past that it is absolutely the h -;:.
strongest fence on the market, and running it as we have in
competition wrh the many inferior grades of wire fence. We
have had home phenomenal sales on it and made many friends
and customers. Give us your orders, if the goods don't make
good we will.
KNIGHT & LANG

j to the oli stand and be treated ris-hU
Yours respectfully,
Ad. OLLIK MORDIS.
r : Dtaier in Fancy Groceries. N. Maarnolij.
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AILWAY

JACKSONVILLE'S FINEST

FLOfil'S LARGEST M BEST YEAR HOUND HOTEL

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I years, with -womanlr trouhle," -writes
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Miss. Oijsaru ii2.zi5ea m a iiter irora r
thl3 city. "I felt weak and always had j
a headache acd wss always going to
ths doctor. At last I wa3 operated oa, ;
tad felt Letter, tut soon I had th j
earne trouhle.

My hashand asked me to try Cardai.

Ltf ilve good Koute of Headquarters and Second Florida Divis!onf
- well. I feel fine, and the doctor tells U. C. V.

me I am looting tetter than he ever j
siae." ROUND TRIP FARE FROM OCALA S12.00

i: you are sick and miserable, and

I'KibMiiiK AKKir:i: or tin: mutii

earer from any of the pains due to ;"'"""'' "" ,, ,V

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FLORIDA

W. G. BLANGHARD

CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
PLAXS Fl RXISIIIID
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P. O. BOX 46 OCAL1. FIxA
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ccaposed of Ingredients that havebeea r
found to act curatively on the woman
ly constitution.
For more than fifty years, it has been j
used ty wemta of all ages, with great i
Euccess. Try it. Your druegist sells it. M;

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AMERICAN PLAN S4.00 PER DAY AND UPWARD
EUROPEAN PLAN S'1.50 PER DAY AND UPWARD

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t)C ALA kTExiSQ ST AH, TUESDAY, MAT 13, 1913

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fixecP Youcag h&ffyou
iab ybzr money NOW"
Every man looks forward to being comfortably
fixed some day, but whatever any man looks forward
to cannot be acquired over-night. If you want to be
comfortably fixed SOME DAY, you must begin by
starting a bank account NOW. Your money is safe
in the bank, and your keen interest in seeing your
balance in the bank growr is the thing that will makn
it grow.
DO YOUR BANKING WITH US
We Pay 4 per cent Interest on Savings Accounts

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VO MEETING TOMORROW SIGHT

Undertaker Smith, phones 10 and S4.

Elks meet this evening.

Odd Fellows meet tonight.

Box flies at the Court Pharmacy 6-12

J. R. Maxwell anJ family of Belle-vi-w
are at the Ocala House.

Bath .-prays for a
the Court Pharmacy.

shower bath at

Bis Hoard of Trade Rally fas Beeii
Pool iioneil Till Wedneoday Eve Evening
ning Evening th 21t
On account of the mission sending
Messrs. Cobb and Carmiehael and Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Rooney to Tallahassee, and the
certainty tliat thy will have definitely
important matt-rs to peak of when
they return, the meeting: of the rne-m-

er of the Board of Trade and other

citizens at the courthouse, which was
to have been held tomorrow night, has
b-en postponed until Wednesday eve evening.
ning. evening. May 21, on which occasion it is
hoped a larire assemblage will be present.

Mr. Troy Hall of Wild wood was at

the Harrington last nisrht.

Ink? in any
Court Pharmacy

ize and kind
6-12

at the

Mr. A. T. Thomas has returned from
a visit to relatives in South Carolina.

(HIT HEADY TO SEE THE GAME

Icy hot bottles in quarts
at the Court Pharmacy.

and pints

Mr. J. W, Ward. Jr.. of Floral Citj

was at the Harrlnirton last niaht.

Don't former the ball same tomorrow
afternoon with the p'eked team from
Anthony and Reddick, or that Thurs Thursday
day Thursday with Palatka. Both will be well
worn seeing.

EItLV MVTIHKI) CANTALOUPE

Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Bassett of Iuv.
ness were at the Harrington todav.

Mr. Isou rarri.! to the Munroe and

Chambliss Bank tday

ilare as an avera

:tt .Mr. iienry nzars tnt- sixty-acre
i field near Oak.

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If you have any Items for thla de department,
partment, department, call Phone 106.

Call or phony the Court pharmacy
fv: jvui. iiiuck and accurate prescrip prescription
tion prescription service. Phone 2S4. 6-12

Mr. J as. T. Rawls, wife and dau arb arbiter
iter arbiter of Dunnellon were at the Harrinpr Harrinpr-iton
iton Harrinpr-iton today.

U TKHMKLO FIiI AVEIRSDI.E

Mr. E. B. Duncan arrived fro.rs
Welrsdale today, bringins; with bm a
ripe 22-pound watermelon

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American Beauty Bith fpray rits any
bath. tub. Outfit complete ? 1.2 3 at
Gerig'st dfugstorea. Adv.

j Mr. and Mrs. H. W. IMwards anl
j Master James Williams of Crystal
! River, were at the Harrington today.

Shoe polish of gy .jeaeriptlon can

j be f.ud t tne Court Pharmacy. If it
jlfc fhoe polish, they have it. Adv.

Mr. George
Martel was at

Washington Davis of
the Ccala House last

I If it isn't an Kastman, It isn't a
kodak. Kodaks and Brownies, all sizes
land prices, at Gerig's drugstores. Ad.

The B. T. L. will meet tomorrow aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon at 1 o'clock in the civic park.

WEATHER FORECAST

Showers tonisrh Wednesday.

OPEN DAY AND NIGHT

Merchant's Cafp, A. O. Li. depot cor corner.
ner. corner. Meaia a la carte and lunches at
any hour, Ad.

GOOD AVELLS

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Dr. A. L. Izlar is attending the meat meat-inw:
inw: meat-inw: of the state medical association a.
Miami.

R IT A luitii mat's hard to
sh'jaa? Bet us "give you a fit."
tie's Shoe Parlor. 5-8-6t

fit in
Lit-

Master Wesliake Hollinrake was
takn liniiie from t!ie hospital today,
and will soon be out again.

Vlnol the ideal tonic for either sum summer
mer summer or winter complaint. Its home in
Ocala is the Court Pharmacy. 6-12

If you want a well, have a good one
and let S. II. Christian do your work.
Adv. May 21.

2 cans Van Camp's soap 23c

" heans 25c
" Hominy 25c

" Mince Meat 25c
M Sunbeam shrimp 25c
lb Soda 5c

Postmaster Haney and Mi. H. B.
Hamilton of Burbank were at the Har Harrington
rington Harrington Hlll.

JSewing is a pleasure witii our elec electric
tric electric motors, A trial w-ill convince you.
Ocala Furniture Co. Phone 10. 5-10-6t

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Mr. and Mr. Albertus Vo'st of Bake- j
land, ex-residents of Marion, were at!
the Harrington last night.

Boy's elk oxfords in bla:;K and tan
leathers; sizes 2 to. 'v. Iji tile's Shoo
Parlor. fit

Mr. J. R. Moorhend tins lcen at Ho Ho-niosassa
niosassa Ho-niosassa for a few days, doing some
surveying-.

"TACKLE" OUR FISHING TACKLE AND YOU'LL
LAND ANY TISH THAT TACKLES YOUR BAIT,
WE DO NOT "BAIT" CUSTOMERS BY SELLING
THEM THINGS THEY KNOW SOMETHING ABOUT AT
A VERY LOW PRICE, AND THEN GETTING VERY HIGH
PRICES ON THINGS THEY DON'T KNOW ANYTHING
ABOUT.
WE WANT YOUR TRADE ONLY BECAUSE WE DE DE-SERVE
SERVE DE-SERVE IT-

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Phone 118,
Ocala, F'ioFlcia.

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Rexall Tan and F-reckle Botion is an
excellent external application for
freckes and sunburn, at Gerlg' drug drugstores.
stores. drugstores. Adv.

Melba face preparations are new ar arrivals
rivals arrivals at the Court Pharmacy. Just
look around on entering the store and
you will see them. Adv.

W. F. Blesch of OcaU tni Bady
Bake was meeting friends in the city
Tucsda.vv Beesburg Commercial.

TRY OUR
Hotel Astor Coffee
SOMETHING FINE
40 cts. per Pound
LORD CALVERT
STEEL CUT COFFEE
40 cts. per Pound
CARN-TH0IV1AS

MInm St or all and Ml Atkinson tm At Attend
tend Attend Reunion of 1. C. V.
By order of Brigadier General .K. D.
Williams, commanding Second Brigade.
Florida Division, V. C. V this official
ontice has been received by two of
Ocala's young ladis;
'Following: the beautiful custom that
makes our reunions so pleasant, and

sanctifies these annual

eneral commanding has auDointed the

following ladies unon hi stfr Aim-it

the Chattanooga reunion. and com

mends them to the care of the Confed

erate Veteran.

Matron of honor, Mrs, Jack MIzell

of Fernandina; sponsor. Miss Minnie
Lucretia Stovall. of Ocala; maid of

honor. Miss Annie Margaret Atkinson,
of Ocala,

Thsa ladles are descendants of

Confederate soldiers an, t-

ar?l,-.l0UP a that ""less. race. our glorious
grapefruit, grown Southern women, who hav. L.Hnr

in the whole world. They will honor
the brigade by thetr presence tipon
this occasion, and will receive the care
and especial attention of every Con Confederate
federate Confederate Veteran."
The reunion takes place May "272S "272S-21.
21. "272S-21. and elaborate preparations are be being
ing being carried out to make the reunion
of 1913 the grandest in history. The
social features in detail will be as
follows:
May 27, i is p, m., entertainment
of spoiurs and attendants at War War-nT'
nT' War-nT' Park, in form of a lawn party.
May 27th, 8 to 11 p. m., reception to
veterans in tern at Chamberlain's field,
by Daughters of the Confederacy.
M" 28th, 11:20 a. m., breakfast at
lolf and Country Club to official spon sponsors,
sors, sponsors, by Ladles Reunion Executive
Committee.
May 28th, 8 p. m.. United Confederate
Veterans ball.
May 29th, 8 p. m., Sons of Confeder Confederate
ate Confederate Veterans ball.
The lawn party on the 27th will be a
very elaborate occasion and dancing

will foAlaw in the theater and pavil- j

hm. jjonsurs ana tneir attendants,

Sons of Veterans and the young men
of the committees will be Invited. Re Refreshment
freshment Refreshment will be served and there
will be three bands in attendance.
The sponsors' parade will be the first
feature. The sponsor for the South
Misa Daffin) will heed th procession
in a splendidly decorated automobile,
with her attendant?, and 'out-riders"
at each side.
Department sponsors with their
malt and matrons come next, with
tneir out-riders, then the division

sponsors and their maids and matrons
of honor, then brigade sponsors with

their maids of honor and matrons, with
their out-riders.
This magnificent procession, with
bands of music, and a whole troop of
cavalry as special escort, will wind
through the streets and will be viewed
by thousands of admiring people. They
will also wTind through the camp of the
veterans, so that every veteran can
stand in hia tent and see the beautiful
and patriotic ladies who represent the

departments, divisions, brigades and
eamps.

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VICE

This bank, with ample capital, large resources, and
an efficient and well-systematized organization,
has the ability and disposition to give good service.
Our various departments are well equipped with
modern facilities for transacting business prompt promptly
ly promptly and economically.

E 0GALA NATIONAL

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CAPITAL. FULL. PAID IX 9799.
H. D. STOKES. Caahl.r.
ESWARBg, Pr. CLARENCE CAMP. Tie Tt.

Save 011 Your
mm imik

lff E sell the FREE Sewing Machine, invented by
Mr. William C. Free, at a price way below
what is asked for the best known makes. Yet we
have a perfect right to ask twice as much, because
The FREE has all the good points of all other ma machines.
chines. machines. It has done away with all their bad points,
and it has a score of im

provements all its own
in other words, there isn't
another sewing machine
at any price that can
hold a candle to

M Sargc M ..30c
w tall Salmon 30c
Argo large Salmon 45c
Ocean Gem tall ... 20c

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Registered Pigs For Sale!

Registered Duroc Jersey pigs sired by Top Notcher
Wonder, Fancy's Sensation, Cherry Tenn., Tenn. Col.
Tippy Orion, Lexington Chief and H. C's. Col., out
of dams such as Orion Chief, Missouri's wonder,
Tip Top Notcher, Ohio Chief, Golden Model, Volun Volunteer,
teer, Volunteer, Cherry, Tenn., King of Colorado and others
representing herd carrying blood lines the equal of
any. If you have any doubt about Florida raised
hogs visit my farm and see how it is done.
H. II. WIUTWORTH, Proprietor

iawaiha Lake Stock Farm

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TWie commission .men are coming in
and others will fojnow in rapid succes succession.
sion. succession. Among the early comers are Mr.
C. C. Carlton and pr. C. II. Mathis. who
have made their headquarters In Ocala

during the melon reason for many
years.

Mr. William Konow received yester yesterday
day yesterday by express a dozen full blood
young Teking ducks from the Curtis
Company of New York. The ducks
were shipped when one day old, before
they had been fd or watered, and in
that stage came through in fine shape,
being n route two days.

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PHONE 163

Another large crowd went down the
run on the yacht City of Ocala Sunday
and among them was a party of twenty-five
from Summertield. A delightful
day was spent and these Sunday trips
under the management of th Carml Carml-chaels
chaels Carml-chaels are becoming m.re popular ev every
ery every week.

y At the meeting of the K. of P. last

night. Mr. Mclranj was giwn the sec second
ond second and Messrs. "pdwnend. Slack. Wig Wiggins
gins Wiggins and Savat the third degree.
About forty mt4rr?r?rs were present, in including
cluding including several from M'llwood lodue

t Ueddick.

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TO ORDER

Breakfast Bacon, Boiled Ham, Dried Beef,
Boneless Ham and Bologna Sausage.
Any of the above sliced thin to suit your taste on
modern slicing machine.

ALSO

Finest Quality of Florida and A extern lleef,
Fresh Vegetables.

l'ork I.amli and

Phone 108 W. H. MARSH, City Market

The P.ranchards, wh appeared at
the Temple last night in an acrobatic
and contortion act, are artists in their
line. Their act is one of the best that
Mr. Green has offered his patrons since
he began running the Temple. These
people will give two performances to tonight
night tonight and their merit deserves a pack packed
ed packed house. Mr. Gre-n also has some ex exceptionally
ceptionally exceptionally good picture- for tonight's
show.

HOTEL
HARRINGTON HALL
CAFE
The place to take
your meals while
your family is
away for the sum summer.
mer. summer. Service and food
the very best with
polite and court courteous
eous courteous attention.
Bring your moth mother,
er, mother, wife or sweet sweetheart,
heart, sweetheart, YOU WILL BE TREATED
RIGHT.

For MI
In the morning at 10 o'clock Mrs. T.

E. Bridges will entertain informally
for Miss llallie Ley, who has returned
home after an absence of several
months.

Mrs. Robert Blake Is enjoying a

visit from her cousin, Mrs. Ed Blake

of Tampa. Mrs. Blake, who attended

the U. IX O. convention in Live Oak,

arrived in Ocala Saturday anl tomor

row will go to Lakeland to visit be

fore returning home.

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Mr. George Looney is in Jacksonville
visiting his uncle and aunt, Mr. and
Mrs. A. C. Hamrick.
Thft Teading club will meet with Mrs.

G. T. Maughs this afternoon.

Mrs. Leon yFishel has as her guests

for a few dyiys her father and brother,
Messrs. Sor "-fwid Sylvan Neuhan of

iBaltimore. Md.

Mr. R. M. Curtis of Orlando was a
Sunday visitor to Ocala.
Mrs. D. W. Davis affiliated herself
with the Presbyter'an ehurch Sunday
during the eleven o'clock service.
Dr. Julius McClymonds did not ar

rive Saturday from Lexington, Ky., as

stated. In learning favorable news

from the bedside of his father, Mr. J

H. McClymonds, he decided Tvot to come

until later.

Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Clyatt and Mrs.
A. L. Izlar, who have been visiting in

Crystal River, returned home today

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SEWING MACHINE

No other machine is as
light running, because
no other machine has 8
sets of ball bearing. No
other machine is as fast

g running, becausenoother

I? has the Rotoscillo Move

ment.

Not only do we sell The FREE at a remarkably low
price, but we put in your home on your own terms of
Payments as Low as $1.00 per Week
Better do yourself and pocket book the justice to come
and see The FREE tomorrow. Don't forget about it
now; it's worth looking at.

B. GOLDMAN
OCALA, "Why Pay More?"

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Box files at the Court Pharmacy 6-1!

If you want a pretty' low heel pump
or slipper for girls or misses, see "The

Shoe Man" at Little's Shoe Parlor

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! South Atlantic League.

I Every Evening.

REAL ESTATE.

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

WHITE STAR LINE,
TKANSFnit AND FlIU'riUIOF STORAGE
COLLIER BROS,. Proprietors.

Teams for Light
and Heavy Hauling.
Packing and
Shipping of
Furniture, Pianos
and Safes.
Baggage Service
-the Best.

VOW

We Sell
BEAVER BOARD,
Superior to Plaster
or Ceiling in
Quality or Price.
Investigate.

Phone 296

K. H. Mote has ten-lere.l his resig resignation
nation resignation as president of general man manager
ager manager of the Kelipse Oransre Grove Com Company,
pany, Company, to take effect the 31st int. We
are pleased to know that Mr. and Mrs.
Mote will continue to make their home
in Leesburp. where they own valuable
property. In addition to his cooperate
business. Mr. Mote is making many

improvements on Treasure Islam!.
These and other businesses have
Krown to such an extent that it was
almost necessary to take the above ac action
tion action in order to aive them the atten attention
tion attention required. L-esbur Commercial.

J. H. BRINSON
Ocala, Florida.

DR. D. M. BONEY
OPTOMETRIST

The successful poultry ra'ser uses
Conkey's Toultry Remedies because
he knows their value. P.ight r.ow 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-icf
icf sat-icf action with every Conkey prepara preparation.
tion. preparation. Ocala Seed Store, tues-fri 4w

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EYESIGHT SPECIALIST
Optometry Office and Laboratory
OFFICE HOURS
9 to 12 a. m., 1:30 to 4:30 p. m.

Rooms 2-6 Gary Building. Ocala, TiK

The Ladles' Aid Society of the Pres

byterian church tendered Mr. and Mrs

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jC. H. Newell and Mr. and Mrs. J. T.

Lewis a farewell reception at the home

of Rev. and Mrs. L M. Stevens Friday

nisiht. The many friends of both fam

ilies gathered at the Stevens home to

wish for them success and happiness in
their new homes. Mr. and Mrs. Newell

leave the last of the month for Knox-

ville. Tenn., and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis

for Ocala. A short program had been

arranged for the amusement of the

guests and the honor quests were pre presented
sented presented with beautiful bunches of car carnations
nations carnations Kustts notes in Tribune.

The friends of Mrs. B. F. Condon

will be sorry to learn that she nas
been iuite sick at her home on Fort
Kinar avenue the past three days.

Mr. E. F. Carpenter and family, who

have a beautiful winter nome on tne
shores of Lake Weir, will return Fri Friday
day Friday to their summer home at Fal

mouth, Heights, Mass.

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Four ?rreat bodies of the Presbyter-

Ian denomination .will meet in Atlanta
this week, namely: the General As Assembly
sembly Assembly of the United States, General

Assembly of the United States of Am-
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erica. Lnuea uenerai .isst.-niy a.nu
the Cumberland General Assembly. The

meeting will begin Thursday and Dr.

W. II. Dodge of this city will be an at

tendant. Dr. Dodge left yesterday for
Jacksonville to meet with a special
committee today and tonight he will
leave for Atlanta to meet tomorrow
with another committee on which he
waa appointed to serve. The sessions
will be attended by over five thousand
delegates and it is the first time that
all four bodies, the highest in the

Martha, Ah So Fair (Flotow) and Mr

Trueheart Dodiford's was a Page Song1

from Romeo and Juliet (Gounod). Mrs.
Rodiford and Mr.' Dale appeared again
on the excellent program in a quartet
from Rigolette. Miss Katie Parrs also
well known in Ocala sang Nevin's
Rosary.

Pretty Party In Lakeland
The following extract from the
Lakeland Telegram will be of interest
to many in Ocala on account of the
prominence of the people mentioned.
Mr. and Mrs. Mendenhall until recently
shared tht-ir home with. Mr. and Mrs.
Vernie Stevens and Miss Mary Rey Reynolds
nolds Reynolds spent one winter in Ocala while

the guest of honor is a special iriena
of Miss Janet Weathers, who was also
an attendant at the party:
"Mrs. Herbert Drummond Menden Menden-hall's
hall's Menden-hall's reception and musical last eve evening
ning evening in honor of Miss Oliv'e Summerlin
was an event of unusual beauty and
charm. The studio was graciously
loaned by Mrs. Fletcher for the occa occasion,
sion, occasion, and it was most attractively dec decorated
orated decorated with 'potted plans, cut flowers
and Japanese embellishments, the color
scheme being yellow and green.
"The guests were met at the door
by Miss Summerlin, Miss Conacker,
Miss Mary Reynolds, Mrs. Stevens and
Mrs. Mendenhall. After the musical
program Miss Mary Reynolds presided
over the refreshment table, where de delicious
licious delicious punch and wafers were served,
still further accentuating the color
scheme of yellow and green. This was
the social hour of the evening and all

present entered fully into the pleasure
of the occasion.
"The musical program of the eve evening
ning evening was ariven by Mrs. S. T. Fletcher.
Mrs. K. S. Madden. Mis Olive Sum Summerlin
merlin Summerlin and Mr. J. II. Orme. All the
artists were in fine form and respond

ed generously with encores. Kach was

presented with baskets of lovely Kil Kil-larney
larney Kil-larney and American Beauty roses,
which were sent up from Tampa for
the occasion."

Cleveland will be Joined by Dr. Dodge,

ho will accompany her to Atlanta.

Mrs. Charles Mathews returned to today
day today from a few days' visit with her
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mra.
John Mathews at Candler.

L.Allen of Mcintosh Is the
lpOlaughter, Mrs. J. W.

Mrs. W

guest of

ohnson, this week.

Mrs. J. G.Swaim went to Gainesville
this afternoon, for a few days' Ylslt
with Mr. Swalm, who is redecorating
the federal building.

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FOR SALE A brass frame cot and
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office.

church.

have met together.

Mrs. T. B. Seale left yesterday for
Ocala after a visit to her daughter,
Mrs. Turtle, at her home on Bridge

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In Gainesville last night at the Bairi

theater the pupils of Signor Stasaio
Berini gave a music recital. Mr. V.
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Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe is enjoying a
visit from her sister, Miss Minnie E.
Pfeiffer, who will be her guest for two
weeks.

Miss Stella Cleveland left this aft

ernoon lor .utinia, Ja., to visit ner
brother, Mr. CTyrles Cleveland, after
which she wfrr-ro to North Carolina to
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I

Sequel To
Love For Doll
Maternal Instinct Greatly Developed by
Teaching Children to Love their Dolls.
The little child's doll mother to the
most romantic fairy. And in the ycarg
that pass, the doll fad'-s into the p'taia
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And now comes a more serious period

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There never was a time when peo people
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We suffer, In teaching, from tho
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Orange Springs. May 12. Mr. and

Mrs. V. E. Croft of Alliance, .., were
guests of the Carlton Hous several
days of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Perry arid son
Melvin, were Sunday visitors to our
town.
Mrs. H. 15. Wilson, who has spent
some time here with her parents, left
last Monday to begin housekeeping in
her new house at Hay Lake where Mr.
Wilson is engaged in the lumber bus business.
iness. business. Mr. Phillip Horn went to Palatka
last Wednesday and purchased sup supplies
plies supplies for his poultry farm which he is
Improving.
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Pedrick ar- the
jroul grandparents of Master James
Robert Northway, who arrived in Min Minneapolis.
neapolis. Minneapolis. Minn., recently. They "nope
to have the young man down for a
visit soon.
Mr. Henry Roman of Clear (late.
Wash., was a. visitor here last week.
Mr W. 11. Massev spent several days
of last week in Jacksonville attending
to business.
The many friends of Mrs. Nettie
rv.n.iji :,r vrv triad to see. her able
to he out after her recent illness.
Mr- (ti-ur HArrin of Indtanola, is a
visitor here.
it- a.i tr V W. Sears were bus
iness visitors to Palatka Tuesday.
Mr. Harrv W. Pendleton of Canton
O., i.s a visitor who arrived here Mon
day a guest of the Carlton House.
Mrs.-Rena Cullen and daughter of St
ii ni Minn wt-m rc' stered at the
Carlton House last Wednesday.
Mr. C. R. Minderman, who has spent
t
e T,.i.t several weeks in Chicago, r
turned to Orange Springs last Thurs-
Ilij frifn,l nr.- verv glad to
have him home again.
Mr. A. Jarr of Rurbank. was a vis visitor
itor visitor here 1 i-st Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Rast and pretty
little daughter Nellie. of Weirsdale.
cinie up in their motorboat Thursday.
They report ;l very pleasant trip,
camping out two nights in their tent.
They are the guests of Mr. Rast's par parents.
ents. parents. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. P. Rast.
A party of young people chaperoned
by Mrs. J. C. Massey, enjoyed a ride in
Mr. Jordan's new launch to Iola on the
oklawaha ai which place they had a
basket dinner. Mr. C. A. Woods and
lin Massey rowed up and landed a
sufficiency of fine trout for dinner.
Mr. Raymond S. Gertzner of Califor
nia was a Sunday visitor to our burg.
Mr. Randal Wells was a week end
visitor to his home at Sisco, Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Sears are domi domiciled
ciled domiciled in their new home and quite a
bunch of people went out to serenade
them Friday night. They had retired
but came out and treated the party to
lemonade and cake. We are all glad
to welcome Mr. and Mrs. Sears to our
town as permanent residents.
Mr. George Muller of Michigan is a
home seeker who arrived here last
week and is very much pleased with
Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Cowart visited
with friends at Ft. McCoy Sunday.
The services at the church including
preaching, league and Mother's Day,
were much enjoyed. Rev. P. W. Peck
paid a beautiful tribute to Christian
mothers who are struggling to bring
their charges to a noble, useful life.
This community was visited by a
hailstorm last Thursday. There was no
serious damage to crops though Mr.
Peek reports his corn considerably cut
up.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Vogt were visit visitors
ors visitors at Orange Springs Sunday.
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people. Yet it 'easily overcomes the
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with a smile to any person -ho pays
Ills 50 cents for a bottle and isn't sat satisfied
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"If" and "but" are mighty little
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With the finger tips apply a little
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Zemo is put up by the E. TV. Rose
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for the large bottle, but you can get
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cents. And this trial bottle is guar guaranteed.
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berlain's Chamberlain's Tablets and finds them very
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If you have any trouble with your
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Harry Irving Greene
Author of
The Lash, of Circumstance,'
"Barbara oi the Snows"
?
(Copyright. 1312. by ilarry Irving Green)
The week which followed was one
of fruitless activity. From the mo moment
ment moment when North had caught his last
fleeting glimpse of the Flying Man dis disappearing
appearing disappearing into the southwest in the
rays of the early morning sun, noth nothing
ing nothing had been heard or seen of him.
Day by day the scouting air fleets
ranged the mountain tops, whirled
past precipitous cliffs, swooped down
into valleys and gulches, alighted
t;pon points of vantage that they
might scan other heights with their
powerful glasses, but all their efforts
remained unrewarded. Either he was
in close hiding somewhere amongst
the recesses of those vast fastnesses,
had met with some disaster remote
from the abode of man or had taken
himself far afield to haunts where his
life was in less jeopardy than so close
to the swift air craft3 of his relentless
hunters. Day by day the impatience
of the eager aviators grew more and
more chafing, and nothing but the co colossal
lossal colossal size of the reward prevented
many from returning to fields which
offered more certain if less dazzling
prizes. But the immensity of the for fortune
tune fortune that dangled before their eyes
still held them and they remained to
scour the country day after day in
wide flights that each time grew
more and more perfunctory. Then one
morning, when some of them were
actually preparing to leave for good,
news came that caused them to prick
up their ears a bit and decide to loi loiter
ter loiter a while longer, for from Quattz Quattz-ville,
ville, Quattz-ville, two hundred miles away, came
the report that a citizen had seen
roosting upon a far distant crag a
strange, winged figure, half manlike,
half birdlike, but whether it was the
Flying Man or not the observer was
no able to positively testify because
of the great distance, although he was
strongly inclined to the belief that
it was no bird. Then from Lode City,
not far from Quartzville, there also
came a rumor. An old man awakened
at night by the squealing of hirf pig
had lighted a lantern and, gun in hand,
hastened to the pen with the thought
that some wild creature of the moun mountains
tains mountains had descended in search of fresh
meat, only to find the sty empty ttnd
no trace of the missing porker, yet
a moment later he was sure he heard
a faint squeal from far up in the air.
From another place came the news
that a belated traveler had heard a
raucous cry from above and in a
great fright threw himself behind a
rock, from which, a moment after afterwards,
wards, afterwards, he heard through the dark darkness
ness darkness the whistle of powerful wings.
But so unsatisfactory were the differ different
ent different rumors, bo vague, and emanating
from so many different quarters that
the awaiting ones soon began to ac accord
cord accord them but little credence, a little
later ceasing to place any confidence
in them whatever. Then after several
of the aviators had actually departed
In disgust there came a seething mes message
sage message from Dentonville, two hundred
miles to the westward, so full of hor horrible
rible horrible details that none who read even
the expurgated report of the papers
could doubt but that the Flying Man
had again been located and had once
more shed human blood, this time
with a fiendishness of wrhich he had
heretofore been only suspected as be being
ing being capable. The victim this time was
a middle-aged negro woman who lived
with her husband in a lonely place
two miles beyond the town, the prin principal
cipal principal narrator being the negro him himself,
self, himself, a rather simple minded and
peaceable man of good repute, who
made his living by doing odd jobs in
his vicinity. His report of the occur occurrence
rence occurrence as taken in shorthand by a
newspaper reporter and after having
been expurgated, read as follows:
"I done lef de house early in de
mawnln fo' to done some wuk fo'
Mietah Lewis, who am buildin' a
fence ovah on his place erbout two
mile away. I done got finish' at foah
erclock and starts fo' home. When
I gets up clus to de house I done no notice
tice notice dar's something dat ain' jes'
right, fo' dar ain't no noise inside.
AHers when I comes home befo' I
can heah dat woman o' mine er meck, meck,-in'
in' meck,-in' er racket, a singin' or whistlin' er
slammin' dem dishes erbout lak she
were gwine bust 'em up, but dis time
it am so still I could heah my baht
er beatin' lak a drum. I Stan's dar
for er minnit a-wonderin' what am
de trubbil, an' den I tries de do'. It
am locked. Den I tries de back do'
an dat am fasten' too. I tries to
peek in de windows, but de curtains
am down an' I begins to get suspi suspicious,
cious, suspicious, tho' I ain't nevah seen no
tracks of any other man arouu' ma'
place since we been married. But I
is gettin' mad all ovah an' I poun's
on de do' and' I eays, 'Woman, yo
open dat do' or I'se gwine bust it jn
wif a rock.' At dat I heahs a little
soun' inside an' I picks up a big stone
an' smashed de lock an' den I steps
inside quick. Oh, Gord, what er sight!
Dere a-settin' on de kitchin' tabla
all hump up, war de debbil hisself
wif his wines folden ovah his haid
an' his chin a-hangin' down en' a
winkln' an' blinkin' at me wif eyes
as big as ma' fis', an' dar on de So'
Lawd, folks, I can't tole yo' what I
sees. I jes' screech out a screech
an' flies to de barn an' locks myself
inside an grabs de pitchfawk an
peeps out er crack. Well, pretty soon
out comes dat ole debbil. still a-blink-
nufSn an' so he flaps
his Mines Ia
er rooster an tries to nj. nut ne
can't get offen de groun'. an' bimeby

he climbs up on de fence an' rneks fragrant and absolutely harmless. Will
a little hop an' dis time off he goes ;tiotmake hair prow but will positively
poundin' up In de air slow an" heavy remove TAN, PIMPLES and FRECK FRECK-lak
lak FRECK-lak a tu'key buzzard. I waits untij LES. Come in today and try it. Thejara

he am mos out er sight an' den i
mo o.ontir,' tn' hpln. So hPln iripi?
wk? u tj ks r mr

Lawd, dis am de truf ef I done get
hanged fo' tellin it,"
The corroboration of Lis starv tv

the white;- who had hurried to the
scene in response to his stuttered
story had convinced ali of the entire
truthfulness of the narrative, and the
wires had immediately spread the
grewsome news far and wide. Extra
editions of the local press were upon
the streets almost before the tele telegraph
graph telegraph key had ceased clicking, and
asain a nameless horror and unspeak unspeakable
able unspeakable rage filled the hearts of all who
read. For although the papers sup suppressed
pressed suppressed the most grewsome of the
details, enough remained to make
even the stoutest-hearted of those
who read the story through shudder,
t'jen the field the aviators were giv-

tl.fi:
lachines a last test with
nervous haste, working silently, fierce fiercely,
ly, fiercely, horror and hatred stamped deeply
uj-oa their faces. Doris, rushing
b -ir en d.d across the block which
sepr.r? t.cd the Fulton heme from the
linlf- pari: where the airships rested,
thrust a small package into North's
'land j-.ist as he mounted his seat.
"I just heard the awful news and
knew you would start immediately
ind without waiting for anything. So
I just picked up the first th:n3 I
could lay my hands on and hurried
here," she panted. "Please take thm
one can never tell when such thing
will be needtd. It is almost nothing
just a couple of sandwiches end a
small flask of brandy. Now go, and
the blessings of humanity go with
you." He accepted the package thank thankfully,
fully, thankfully, smiling upon her with a grave grave-ness
ness grave-ness uncommon with him.
"I thank you sincerely. Miss Ful Fulton..
ton.. Fulton.. And you may rest assured that we
will try as we never have bv lore to
I rid the earth of this monster. Look
at the faces of the boys! They have
forgotten the reward now and have
become soldiers to duty a duty they
jwe to all mankind as well as their
country. And you may depend upon
their laying down their lives in this
cause if elf-sacriflce will accomplish
the common good. For this fiend we
seek
" is neither man nor woman.
He is neither brute nor human '"
The rush of a plane close by her
caused her to shrink closer to North's
machine, and as she did so he bent
close to her. "Her name is Clare
Manton and here is a letter addressed j
to her. Send it for me if I do not re return."
turn." return." He straightened himself up in
his seat and with a parting smile
threw on the power. Swiftly the ma
chine darted forward, leaped, and he j
went speeding into the, distance in hot i
pursuit of the one who led him. From j
all siden the others arose in hurtling ;
flight, skimming like swallows through :
the blue air, growing gmall and small-!
er until they vanished behind the cha-
otic masses that had been upheaved
in the Titanic convulsions which at attend
tend attend the birth of a world.
Slow of foot and heavy of spirit
Doris turned her face homeward, turn turning
ing turning the letter over and over in her
hands.
(Continue..! Tomorrow)
i:m:i i h
Khetra. May 1J. Mrs. J. A.
and Mr. FiePlirm of Concord,
attended Die t.;;;ti-:n at Lynne
Mnrse j
Ala..
a few
days a :-!''.
It will le ph-asii!. to th surruund-in.n-
coniTiiunlty to know i h; Mr.
Georso Dou.ulas.. wlio has been eori eori-valescing'
valescing' eori-valescing' in Lake City from a serious
spell of sickness, is a train able to re return
turn return to til is place.
.Mr. (.icTe Halford. w!io a.'chlental a.'chlental-ly
ly a.'chlental-ly f ,11 and hrou,- liis le. at Tanger Tangerine
ine Tangerine two weeks ago. is .Join;? nicely
under the skillful treatment of his
physician.
Miss Ella Armstrong- of Madison is
now visiting at the home of Mr.
an-.
Mrs. J. C. rillans.
Miss Mae Halford, who has Just
completed a successful term of school
at Jupiter, will return home Wednes Wednesday.
day. Wednesday. 1 r.
porter Pillans ol .'i!u)ido was
Fry Fish ia
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YOU Can fry fih in Cottolene,
rA T--,r fof fr
CxxLKA UOC HMJ ClllCtilliiife i-tti. iu
frying potatoes or other food.
The odor of the fish will not bo
imparted to the oilier fried food.
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Cottolene is not alone econouu-
Cal for the reaSCn that it Can bej
used over and over, but also be because
cause because it is richer than butter or
lard, and one-third less is required.
It is twice as economical as but butter;
ter; butter; much more economical than
lard.
Cottolene makes nch, digesti digestible,
ble, digestible, tasty, healthful food. Doe
not make food -;
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free from indi- a
Cottolene is never
i ways m air-tig
tin pails, which pro pro-Jtect
Jtect pro-Jtect it from dirt,
j dust and odors. It
j is always uniform
J and dependable.
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THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMP ANY
Freckled Girls
! It is an absolute fact, that one Z0 cer.t
jar of WILSON'S FRECKLE) CREAM
will either remove your freckles or cau?
them to fade and that two jars will even
in the most severe cases completely cure
them. We are willine to personally
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ot f H restnrpd to it3 Eatural L.
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WILSON'S FRECKLE CREAM isf.r."?,
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oy man iz uefcireu.
Price 50e.
Mammoth jars $1.00. WILSON'S FA1P.
SKIN SOAP 25c For sale by
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and five minutes exposure, found that
the beer with three and five minutes exposure became
und linkable on account of the peculiar odor developed.
The detrimental effect of light upon beer can be suc successfully
cessfully successfully counteracted by the employment of brown
or dark colored glass bottles, and such bottles are,
therefore, recommendable."
Wahl-Henhis Institute of Fcrmentology.
The Schiir:': Brown Dottle is only another step for
absolute purity in Schlitz beer.

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We have adopted every invention,
cry idea that could make for purity.

hlitz was
' 4 f"" ft n
?;ere for a few
hours
stay with his
parents Friday.
Mrs. G. A. Sellars has returned from
Hastings and brings news ff a fine
new d., nrV..r in the home of Mr. and
Mr.. George it-.it n.
Ma.-ters Clifford and John Jouclass
returned from Iake City .Saturday evening-.
The 'Til Try Ii" Club is busily en engaged
gaged engaged in rehearsing three short plays
which they hope to present in the
course if a few weeks.
The farmers look up and smile the.se
.lays since they can hear the roll of
j thunder in Die distance and see dark
iolouds on the horizon even if they are
k'u: getting much of the -long looked
'is
j
;
for showers yet.
Phey think our time
l.v.
coming: hy and
hft Mi:nicin roit colds
Wlien a druggist recommends a rem-
L for co, .,roat and lunsr troubles.
you can feel sure that he knows what!
ne is taiKin about, u. bower, drug druggist,
gist, druggist, of Marion, Ohio, writes of Dr.
King's N'ew Discovery: "I know Dr.
King"s New Discovery is the best
throat and lunz medicine I sail. It
I cured my wife of a severe bronchial
cold after ail other remedies had fail failed."
ed." failed." It w'll do the same for you if you
are suffering with a coll or any bron bronchial,
chial, bronchial, throat or lung cough. Keep a
bottle on hand all the time for every everyone
one everyone in the family to ue. It is a home
Joe-tor. Price Z:c and fl. Guaranteed
Price Z'jc and
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Tydl!
Ad.
i X-. man car: perfectly hajpy wltn wltn-'out
'out wltn-'out a certain amount of self-conceit.
COXSTITATIOX CUED
ng's New Life PIHs will relieve
Dr. K
constipation promptly r.d get your
bowels in healthy condition ag-ain.
John fcupsic, of Sanbury, Pa., says:
They are the best pills I ever used,
ar.i I advise everyone to use them for
constipation. indigestion and liver
complaint." WJ1I help you. Price
-c. Recommended by Tydings &
Co. Ad.
Kcr :s mort
results.
to
Xow
ihe tirue ta get r!3 of your
rhvuina'ism. You can do it by apply apply-in?
in? apply-in? Chamberlain's Liniment and mas mas-sa?ir.
sa?ir. mas-sa?ir. the parts freely at each ap application
plication application For sale by all dealers. Ad.
"ej-
we won t
e!ch up a bitter tasUng licu'3
:n cf bad digestion. A dose
' HERDING will correct the
It stimulates digestion and
he be'.eTs. Pr'ce 10 cents.
dru isi3.
Ai.
Me
.-elve
L?.
to
iease-
ur-
back ts usually caused by
I rhe-amatism of the muscles of the
i back, for which you will find nothing nothing-I
I nothing-I better than Chamberlain's Liniment.
I For sale by all dealers. Ad.

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Read the following
opinion of a scientist,

an authority who
has exper-

imented
and there therefore
fore therefore knows
that "light
starts de decay
cay decay even in
pure beer."

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We have tested beers repeatedly, pla

cing the bottles in the direct sunlight, and
testing the same after one, two, three

first brewed in a hut. Today our agencies

Our output exceeds a million barrels a yczr.

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I CANDY FACTORY
FOR OCALA
f I am Opening a Candy Factory in Ocala
and will Give a Five Pound box of my Fa-
& mous Chocolates to the Lady that Sends
me the Best Name for it. All Answers
f Must be Mailed to me by Noon,
SATURDAY, MAY 17t!i
I C. Daniel Whitfield

Call up Phone 300 ami Let
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AND ELECTRICAL WORK

We Guarantee to Save You Money on Any Work in Our Lines

An employ none hnt eperi are la pimllfun tn Kuaranlrf ev
ery pi roe of work we eoaetrnct to ftnntl the laxpcrtlon of tbe mof
rlcll Innpertort. It coMtn nothlnic to Kft our flictiren, nd jon nre the
u Inner, whether we nerare the -ontra-t or nut. Ule ua a trial.
H. W. TUCKER
FOHT KING BLOCK UCALA, FLO It ID

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Take no chances with wa pain In the chert.
Every case of consumption began wlta that
ymptoni. Stop it at once with

allard's

H

orehound SvruD

It is a Fine Healing Remedy for
Sere Lungs, Coughs and
N Hoarseness.

It Tiromrtly checks inflammation, relaxes tightness, clears the
air rassages. restores tone end strength to the bronchial tubes.
Relieves hoarseness, Irri'atin,? coughs, tickling fen?ations In the
throat: removes congestion and enables the patient to breathe
easily and rtat comfortably r.t n!s?r.
Price 25c, 50c r.nd $1.00 per Bott!3.
Buy the $1.03 size. 7 contains five times as much
as the 23c size, and you get with each bottle a Dr.
Herrick's Red pepper porous plaster for the chest.
JAMES F. EALLAP.O FSCP&ETCa ST. LCL'IJ, M3.

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every innovation,
See thdt croivjr cr cork
is' foutiJeJ Schlitz."
I 'hone 37
TheCarmichael & Sons Co.
iiG N. Magnolia St
Ocala, Fla.
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