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OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1913
THE FUKXITOIE 3IEX
Off! ln I
I! SCHOOL BOARD
Itrport of the Pr-ieee-llngM of
lie ltei;ular Monthly
May G, la 13.
The lio;inl of pul-lie instruction in
fr M.iiioii county, met at the us us-tirm
tirm us-tirm arnl i.la-.'. with V. D. Carn.
irman. arcl M. It. I ; 1 i t c h member
J. li. Mrinson, secretary.
in- minutes of the last meeting were
tn a j. proved as real.
HoMen and another colore'!
Weir 1'ark, called and pre-
11 .of lumber that was
I'edro school was r.rvtnud ;r
which it was stated that Mr. Walter
Nichols had been selected to be ap appointed
pointed appointed to fill the unexpired term of
.. .vi. --rooter as trustee nf th
.net. ifiss was ordered done,
-Mchols was to be
A communication from the principal
of the IJelleview school was presented
asking that the salaries of the teacher.-
be paid when the reports for the
last month were in. This
A petition signed by a lar&e number
of the patrons of the Ft. McCoy school
mm 1 1 ooi:
G i r i
e ; i i-and
and i-and ti -i
lf of a Jaeknill- HIssh Holler
Turne-I if in Weapon on Him With
.1 11 s
Jacksonville, May I."
a nephew of the famous fj
Judye Kmory Spe.-r. was
i e i r : i
in ; ss ;o
Thurs lay Tit-tiit
f t : ": i.-. n
oi'Ular and the
ini; are increasing ev
Mr--. Kat-- i.'!t-;!;i-n;-
and Miss Louise SteSif.
f tv.'fed quests of Mr?
a U t
t'uouuht to be necefs.sary to
school house, with prices and
timated i'ijs! of labor to put
Actum was for the present postponed,
Mr. Win. Griffith and Mr, U. W. Nev Neville,
ille, Neville, trustee- of the Imnnellon school,
e. tiled and asked that the salary of
the first assistant be put to J60 in instead
stead instead of f.'.O. which was agreed to. The
matter of bonding the district for
sejiooi iiuii'iiiii; ati'i otiier purpo
of assist- j
and filed l
Writ; d I
was agreed ie
1 i.-us -.-d and buildjny:
. U-M-d to Mjnii; rMffll
t ft, I lite till t ee-J
a suitatiie iiiii.se aid rejor
met tin-.;, a sjieela j meeting
Mr. J. J. Outim-v, one of the trustee-
of the Ketclriek school, ealle'l and
witn reference to the ind
ance desired was presented
A communication from the trustee
of the Weirsdale district authorising
the boarI to pay $50 of district funds
on the new color.l ii'lin-,i ,,,. .
the vs-, presented and also one from Jas. Bass.
i t 11 r -. ..
r-upervisor or uie school, saying- that
the warrant could be sent to Mr. W.
)A. Outherv for deliverv to tb. en.
: tractor to help on the work.
A communication from the patrons
jof the lUa.e I'ond colored schu'u u-.;
! presented making repor w? a, meeting i
.of tiie patroii in'yyhi'eli they requested
" -3 : t
1 scuffle With rii- w
fe e ? e r
and a ne'ro
detained by the sheriff
thorough Investigation of
stance surrounding tiie case.
According to statement.- attributed
to Mrs. McNeil and the chauffeur the
former was attacked by Mc.-ii at t be
r t .- p OKf to t h e
lie school and told
du -atioi.al niethod.-
it .lance at the club
: r. e m 1 e r s c o r.tinues
memoers attend attend-ry
ry attend-ry week.
Miss Lou Moodv
'is were the
P.. Martin on
:rip to Lees-
ornir.ir. w'ner they
'i-.oppinu- an! visitina-
Hie sptirlin received a liuick
ncjiiile as a present
er a few davs aiio.
: McNeil beach
an was kno
I with McNeil.
appotntmrnt of the same teacher ;
as last year. Owinu to the fact that I
present xUiiervtsor had not been
would secure plans uf;tlu,y pouf, of tne meetinif tlu. board i
at a future ,.,,.;, i t onl-p an.ithi. n,n i-.,. I
cottage. Alter the Woni Woni-ked
ked Woni-ked ili'.vn -rapjde'l
w h w c....irdit;a to t!i-
statements, had drawn a revolver and
was attempting to shoot her. In tlu
sv-urtlr- which ftdlowel the pistol was
discharged, the bullet etlterilii Mc McNeil's
Neil's McNeil's head just behind tlu- ear. Th Th-wounded
wounded Th-wounded man was rushed to a hospi-
physicians state he cannot
Mcfntos::. Mav 1 1. Mr.
' rt li is at Webster buyinu
Mr-. '. i i. I la : erna n is
-;st.-r. Mr-. -ot in .la.-Us
Mrs. J. H. Velverton and
I'.ilatka are t!u- attests of
Mr. and Mr.-. .1. S. Th-.ni.t-.
to be called
held on Saturday afternoon at
school house, at 3:00 o'clock.
purjio.se of making such recornrr.U'ia recornrr.U'ia-tions
tions recornrr.U'ia-tions as they may "wee in
in a -'n'-r;tl v-'l- UU: -crj yyoS u Wiley called and made
u-a- MTh for !,e coniin, yi, Ai. j report of the' opening of th ,lvrmal
la. mati.-c- ui iiimii'4 uovin a jiumifl)r colored
1 ivcoverwm the school house war
ciin'-d Action was postponeil
s l -1 e r
cm ii. ty te prc.-eii t a-iii.-latiire.
I lit pre -ell I
Mr. ,1. S. Grantliatn, a member of the
board arrived and sat with the board.
The tru-tees of the Dunnellon school
authorized tiie board to pay from the
district funds f 4 u to the Kr;d-rTk liis liis-tofectnt
tofectnt liis-tofectnt '.. iu s,-tiic-meni for a Vull
ot m for a barri i of disinfectant tht
urchaed tUite asybile lir
leeS of th
A. Guthery, one ofthe trus-
Weirsdale school, called and
wlt'n tiie board the situation
Weirsdale school and the South
hool. He protested auainst the
tvavtirs t Fessenden
A cad em v-.
?"! The board adjourned for the day.
WeJnlH.v Morning Srw-lnn.
The board met with all jireser yd
The fpHuwiu-4 accounts, were audit audited
ed audited and ordered jaid from the courtty
funds: Ksther Williams for traveling
exjienses jn tadored iuduittrial work fur
April. -$ 1 ti. 0 -3 ; Ucaia Manntr for pulo pulo-lishtny
lishtny pulo-lishtny minutwa, $.50; Jumniercial
Hank for interest on warrants paid,
18.-..10; Mrs. M. Martin, for office
help. Ocala Star for publishing
minutes $2. SO: John M. Graham, fori
treasurer's commission, $159.18; Geo.)
Mrs. McNeil is a
mo Acosta. I nival
tive in the Slate 1
I married ; wice. McNeil is ouite weal weal-jtiiy
jtiiy weal-jtiiy and owns one of the largest sa sa-lloon.s
lloon.s sa-lloon.s in this city and is interested In
VaituUB public cor pora t ion -.
I Hi brother i-i V. I. McNeil, a noted
attorney at Macon, (Ja., and his father
a jirosperous business ma',, m Way Way-cross.
cross. Way-cross. This is not he urst time McNeil iias
fifi urv'd in a tragedy. 'n May t;' f.
near Mayj.ort. he shot a-r.d Killed Har
I 'leko!i Wet
Mrs. Klii.-on of
'"a- 'i-e-'ft visitinsj
t;a! lw:n. !:'- f,,r
Artie l'.aldwin a-e.
M:s Appie I:,- bh:
luciu- in 'itr,i Sit urda
friends site h;id "cob-
i ; I-1 ia n
ier sister. Mr-.
mpaiiied her ,-
w a o
he nam Me
the Kafcl asi liatlway.
between the men was over 'ora Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, a member of !it Jacksonville d-ml-mondt,
Gora Tax lor was tiie ldos of
the novelist. Stejdien t'rane. McNeil
was indicted for murder, but was acquitted.
I. ki; i ik
ope ra t in
I i e Weird
of the South Like Weir
n tiu- -.-round that it was in-
b-Ltal limit iti 1
lale school and
j.ujuls from t!
J. Dykes, treasurer of La1;- Vviuuti. Henry wave a launch
for tuition of i aiupv H"e pupils, 4 i-. ; lake .Monday morjiinw to
14. Mrs. I
ib"itt ten of
isuuice tj-oiu Mehunt-toii Typewriter Go., for office j her intimate friends to meet He v.
also took a sl1 1'plies, $J.20; Oval Se Kester. forjJosepii Garret, her brother-in-law. wh-.
e later, thus diploma, $22.10; W. M. Welch Mfff. Co., has Us-u a missionary to Shansihai,
school too much. It
without special action
Jc-artled to her
i and t he many
lurini-" tiie past
sa-uret her dej-varture. In
x 'Ileit work in tiie pri-tla-nt.
t it'.- trustees have
in iv,ctea-e in salary to
k next year.
hail storm of last Sundav
Mttte'or n ditnaiie in Mclntosii or
e vicinity, but in places to the west
. ihwe-t it ruined si-rowiny vewe vewe-and
and vewe-and in sotne instances rovvin.ti
Hail the six- of hen is re re-to
to re-to liave fall'-n.
Good ii : ; en i 1 1 1 s o tomatoes, beans.
s;uahes and .-ueHtnbers arc i 1 1 u
made dail v j ml with all selling for fair
pri',--,-.-, it:c trueki-rs feel much etu-our-at-ed.
A meeting of the directors of the Mc Mcintosh
intosh Mcintosh cemetery was held at the hank
ai T'iesda v rVenini;'.
- c ; o o ;
have i:fr la
t i !tes
Weir srhool would not Converse, for '-umber tor use in indus-
was an reed that
the South Lake
be operated. Kel!est was alsji ni-j'J!
for cement t'oi tisin'n the cistern at the
Weirsdale school and it was anrepd
that tiu- count)- would share one-'iajf
i iif e x pc u se of -a mo.
Mr. t. W. I'ettewa.w one of the trus trustees
tees trustees of the ll.idtville school, called and
for diplomas, $o0."0; J. H. r.rins.n fui'
jiostane and office sutiplirf, L. 1.
made re'iur-l that tiie ralary of the
teacher be paid when tlu- report for the nellon, $6.04; Peddick, $7.02: Or in nr.
last month should n-t in. which was Farm, $1.67; Sjiarr, $4.78: lytnAvi--l'
-ed to. : "Kiawana 5i.-i:, pumniertteUl.
TuY'iHpbeed Giut n .Mcintosh
China for twenty-four years and is on
a brief visit to Florida. Mr. Garret is
a xentlpnieii of rare culture and retlne-
trial w.,)rk in Howard Academy, $ft rnent and i i i 1 1 1 entertained the crowd
P. H. Nuueiii, for re-cordiny deed, No. with sons in Chinese and told of his
10H6, $1. The foUowinii were ordered experielie. during the P.ox.-r outbreak.
j.a.i'1 from district funds: l 1J. .laster llt of personal exjerience together
Co. on fellowship for crayuni, 40c; with sketches of Chinese life, detail.--,
the Commerci llauK on the following j of folk lore, custom, education and h-distrl-.ti-i
for interest tn warrants jald, Union. This mornion ;jt t'ru-. e-iue.-t of
Ooala. $:5.l8: Mcintosh, $12.74: nun- j 1
a n re
Mr. P.. C. Murphy, one of the trus-j
i ,-c: .if i!i. Giine v'am school.' called;
Ll report that the patrons wished the.
-lame principal that they had last term! Candler
for sundry incidental supplies furnish
ed the school. $6.15; J. N. Marshall on
for wood and sundry qupphes.
matter was di
i a Uci,
The Hoard -ljonnieri for Vmm.
Tuesday Afternoon Sts-Sn
'I'iie board met with al mfnilid
rest-nl ari'1 pioceeueu to nusmess.
Mr .1. II. Lanier one of the trustees
$H.1.; S. C. f. Thomas on Punnellon
for ent of hyuse for two months. $20;
Uenwlek Cleveland on Iunnellon for
janitor service. $10: Frederick Pisiri-fectinn-
Co., on (,dcU fyi lat half of
bill for barrel of disinfectant. $30; ex executors
ecutors executors of A. P.. IJou estate on Ocala for
interest on warrant No. 6., $4S; Ocala
The Wonderful Music that Bursts Forth
When the Stork Arrives.
WOMIIillFl I, Mil; SALVE
i:ucken': Arnica Salve is known
everywhere as the best remedy made
for all disea-t-s of the skin, and also
for burns, bruises and boils. Reduces
inflammation and is soothing and head heading.
ing. heading. J. T. Sossaman, publisher of '-he
News, of Cornelius, N. C.. writes:
that one box helped, hid serious skin
ailment after; other remedies failed.
Only ".'3 icois. KrcotntiunJed by Tyd-inn-.
-.V Co. Ad.
it it it i : i i : vroi ;iun
I a e M'Vcti! c- o
h i rb.-. iic at o.tk
rinir-da v. .l ane
be hebl .n
'Ml 111 ', i t i e.
That funny, litt!.'. iaasy cry that pchns
the. arrival ol tiie new baby is perhajis the
of the Pleasant Hill school, called and ; "' Store on Bpeciai fessen-len Acatl Acatl-renorted
renorted Acatl-renorted that the trustees had decided jemy fund for seeds and supplies.
to allow Mr. C. C Curry
,-d to b
c. c. Curry $..-j claimed
to be due on an oryan sold by
the school, the same to be de de-from
from de-from an amount of $7 allen--
due by him to the school.
' Mr. k'niblack. one of the patrons of
ili, ininnelbui school, called and made
jeiiuest that a school be granted for a
small number of p u j i 1 s about three
miles west of Dunnellon. After dis discussion
cussion discussion the request was declined-
Mr. W. T, Gary, one of the trustees
of the Ocala schools, called and made
recommendations as to salaries for the
Communications from several of the
leadinn- school book publishers were
i. relented expressing their desire to
J-o-opeiate wth the nehool board in
any way possible to secure satisfac satisfactory
tory satisfactory service in the matter of supply supplying
ing supplying hooks to the jieople. One of them
proposed to sujijdy the books to the
board on consignment and the secre-
$16.45; Taylor Printing Co.. on Cotton
Plant for ballots for Homeland elec election.
tion. election. $1.75; Frederick Disinfecting Co.,
on Dunnellon for settlement on barrel
of disinfectant. $40
1 r. T. L Chace and Mr, W. T. Gary,
trustees of the Cicala district, called
and conferred with the hoard in regard
to the salaries to he paid teacher in
the Ocala schools fof the coming term.
The teachers reports that were in
were examined and the accounts order
The treasurer's report with the paid
warrants was presented and checked
over and found to agree with the
vouchers. It showed for the county
balance and receipts? for vtie mot' tit.
$15.92tj.04 dlsbu';seme-it, $15,1)06.00:
balance, $27. 95. For the districts the
following balances were shown: Ocala.
$2.1?.; Mcintosh, $2.19; P,elleviev,
$381.40; Fantville, $43.82: Dunnellon.
$63.05: ReddicH! Up.; Pine Level
directed to write
they would do
I a r ; W a s
A communication from a crayon
company was presented ami the sec-
retarv "'as directed to make un
inate ot the quantity
othei $190.32, Majvills. $37.23; "Weirsdale,
The place tp take
your meals while
your family is
away for the sum summer.
mer. summer. Service ami food
the very best with
polite and court courteous
eous courteous attention.
Bring your moth mother,
er, mother, wife or sweet sweetheart.
YOU WILL BE TREATED
$63J.l; Citra, $223.74; Griner Farm.
$4.90; P.uck Pond, $484.16; Sparr. $7.81:
Candler, $308.42; Fellowship. $215.41;
Klectra. $23,78; RHtcntun, $182.69;
est i. Martej. $144.62; Fort King, $193. 4vt;
to be used in the Capulet, $210.60; Linadale, $29.28 ; Cot--
county and tiie number of erasers and, ton riant, Grange UKu.
wrtte the companies for quotations on 206,50; Oak 1 1 i 11. Mo&s Rluff,
,,u.n, j?'.T.?. Fairfield, $17.47; Cottage Hill,
emmunication from the t r ustees $ 30. 9 ;'. ; Charter Oak. $152.97: Pedro,
I r ? Kendrick. $5.30; Oklawaha,
!$27.6f: HeidtvMle. $304.79: Pleasant
Hill. $186.41; Fort McCoy, $120.07: An An-thonv.
thonv. An-thonv. $102.71; Summerfield. $21. S9.
Total receijtts. $1"9 72; d jspurs-jmfiiitb.
$2879.3,1, whicli leaves a' balance for the
districts of $5260.43.
The board adjourned, for noon,
Velii---lay Afternoon Selon
Messrs. II. Gattrell and "W. A. Young,
trustees of the Fairfield school, called
I;inr1 .1 i sic 11 tho sit n a inn r. f their
. .... . v. .... .... ... ,. k-
district and "'t wuj agreetl' 10 ojerate
!ttie school for eight months,
, The board made a careful estimate
of the resources now available for
: school purposes for the coming year
J with the probable expenditures as a
; basis for the appropriations for operui operui-j
j operui-j ing the schools ad, other expenses
: connected with the administration of
ithe system. They proceeded to make
1 aiirojirlatlons for the salaries of the
.teachers for the coming term from
.county funds. Without finishing this
'work the board adjourned fpi tne dy.
j TuriHlay'ft eton
They continued the work of making
ithe county ajproprTations to the sev sev-leral
leral sev-leral schools of the county for a term
fof six months. Tne entire approjiria approjiria-jtions
jtions approjiria-jtions culd Uv-l ue made in the special
tax districts until the trustees' esti estimates
mates estimates are presented,
j It was agreed that they would
operate the eir Park colored school
by furnishing a teacher if ;'ue pairQns
would seeuie nous-j to use for the
coining term. The county would also
put the furniture in the house.
It was also agreed, that the county
would bear one-half of the expense of
puttina down a well at Kendrick.
No further business appearing the
board adjourned to meet in regular
session- on Monday. June for the
reason that the teachers' examination
will beg'n on Tuesday,
J. II. Brlnson. Sec'y.
Vaoot ciierlshed remembrance of our lives.
And thousands of hapy mothers owe their
preservation to health and strength to
Mother's Friend. This is an external rem remedy
edy remedy that is apjdied to the abdominal nius nius-Vh's
Vh's nius-Vh's It relieves all the tension, prevents
tenderness and pain, enables the muscles
to exjand gently, and. when baby comes,
the muscles relax naturally, the form Is
preserved without laceration or other ac-cid'-nt.
You will find Mother's Friend on sale at
almost any drug store, as it is one of the
standard. reliable remedies that grand grandmothers
mothers grandmothers everywhere have relied ujion.
With its daily use during the period of
expectation, there i, no weaku-ss, no.
rausea. no morn'mcr ulckness, no pain, dis distress
tress distress or sfrain i'f bu.v kind. Its Influence
Is iruiy remarkable, as it penetrates the
tissues "and renders them jiiant and easily
povernod by the demands of nature. Y"ti
will be surprised at its wonderful effect ami
v. hat a grateful relief U arTcC.ls,
Fsjieuallv ;o .,iinji Women Mother's
Friend; U one of the greatest of all h"!i ful
ou will find this wonderful remedy '-a
Ptile at the Store where you trad'-, "i "i-v
v "i-v ill g-t it for you. It is jrejat- .1 b Unci
fi'-ld Regulator (v.., bit, l.amar Kuil'iur
,-rlanta. C,a. Write them for a very va. va.-atiit;
atiit; va.-atiit; t'ook'to expectant mothers.
should ( nIiu e F.ery Oenla Hender
Tiie frank statement or a neighbor,
telling the merits of a remedy.
Lids you pause and believe.
Tiie same endorsement
P.y some stranger far away
Commands no belief at all.
Here's an Ocala case
An Ocala ritiv-i testifies.
Lead and be convince!.
T. T. Madden, 102 Orange avenue,
Ocala, Fla.. says: "I am well pleased
with tiie results I have bad from
Loan's Kidney Pills, procured at Ty Ty-dinns
dinns Ty-dinns -X. Co's. drugstore. My kidneys
did not do their work as they should
and there was much lameness and
soreness across my back. I used
Loan's Kidney Pills and they brought
me such great relief that I am con convinced
vinced convinced of their merit.
For sale by all dealc-is. Price 50
cents. Foster-Tuiiburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan'- and
take no other. Ad. No. 7
MeMae Failed to Make
llon.l and Hi- Term
( tit in Half
' a t e
l of the
enrti .ss toner
y reason of
Vila was electe
.tiling to make
May 13. Rece
tiie suj-reme cou
ettect taat the office of
of auriculture is vacant
failure of U A. McRae.
ed to that j-Iace last fall.
j'roj.er bond and secur-
not sen: the
e-,1 to fitl-Ji
i-alls rii: at
1 re n to:
ed on ;
ill-bred negroes. Thev
ill grounds, why are they
re. instead o"f being allow- I
up an incessant tossing of;
:i front, also around, thei
Persons should feel freedom
dancer for themst-Ives as well as
hordes ar.c.ind tiie nostoffice and
SfBtfBff for Jack Johnaon
Violation of tke White
Chicago. May 15. Jack Johnson, the
L-ead balls striking them nt,;;ro l'Ugilist. was convicted last night
t net r
lem to run
tnell yesterday aj-;-o
t- iiold tiie office until
'fui election, which takes
I : 14. Tiiis means that th
Goverr. or Tram Trammed
med Trammed Mr. McRae
the -next gen-
who was duly elected for four
iecause of his failure to makp
io;.t-r oon-i. must enter t
of violating the white slave law.
away, ti-er-i-v endangering lives. There i as -nvictea on seven counts,
(are nearby towns where we could get !he maximum penalty for which is
lour mail and trade, but belonging in j
I s;.irr precinct, we request .Messrs.
j-Iohr, Luff man. D. L.-e Grantham
j I-"- Tliornas to call a meeting to end
; :! e nui-ajve. Many Sparrites.
summer, tin-1 it
have o f o o ; t i o n
VY .iffer or.e hundred dollars reward
for any case of catarrh that cannot be
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J.
CHF.NKY & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
We, the undersigned, have known F.
e last IT) years, and be-
lonorable in all
ve years or a $10,000 fine, or both.
That the conviction of Johnson for
. violation of I Mann -ir -iraln.t r
ticking in women, is the forerunner of
laws forbidding miscegenation is the
opinion of Assistant United States Dis
trict Attorney Harry Parkin, who con-
1 in-ted the case for the government.
'"Thi Vrdi.-t will o-rw o t ro i r a
-i ; "i'.-ii. ciii.en ami roao over
.-er i-; kept very busy these days upon
tin- public highways of this ditstrict
-ettinu them in siiaj.e against the
Mcssr. .!. S. Carter. C. "arter and
.1. Cheney for the last
lieve him perfectly
able to carry out anv
1 1. R. R.
" ; t v sitnr,!
Mr. S. Carter went to Dunnellon'
Sat. ir. lay on business.
Mrs. J. A. Raker w.-nt
Messj-s. Mattair. 1 1,
and C A. Carter wetit
'ddenberry went to the Prick
ay on business.
down to Her-
world." he said. It is the forerunner
of laws to be passed In the United
States which we may live t see. laws
forbidding- miscegenation This iicltiV
(in the eyes of many, has been perse-
j'cuted. Perhaps as an individual he
is to be the
evil in per
down to Dunnel-
I was. Rut his misfortune
! foremost example of the
mining the intermarriage of whites
land blacks. He has violated the law:
now it is his function to teach others
the law must be respected."
y his firm. YValding Kinnan fc Marvin, i -Mr. J. A. Parker went down to Her Her-Wholesale
Wholesale Her-Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. i nando Sunday en Stinnyjim to sret hi.-
Ilall's t;atarrn Cure is taken intern internally,
ally, internally, acting directly unon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents
per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con con-stijatioi.
stijatioi. con-stijatioi. .d.
. i vV i
went to Ocala
fi.ii:s aiik DWfiEnors i
voi snori.ii kekp tiii:i out)
Flies are a great menace to health
the (fuestion of health,
and aside from
they are very disagreeable. Let us
screen your house with our modern
method, home manufactured screens.
Ocala Lumber & Supply Co. 3-25-tf
is- kii'i w n
There never was a time when peo people
ple people appreciated the real merits of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy more
than now. This is shown by the in increase
crease increase in sales and voluntary testi testimonials
monials testimonials from persons who have been
cured by it. If you or your children
are troubled with a cough or cold give
it a trial and become acquainted with
its good qualities. For sale by all
W. D. Young and Mr. Fant of Rivers'
mill w.nt to Dunn."-llon Saturday and
The Let-oy section of the A. O. L is
in Letter shape than any other jart of
the road between o,ala and Homn Homn-sassa.
sassa. Homn-sassa. Mr. Klwood Joirns-on and wife ex ex-pec!
pec! ex-pec! to leave shortly for their old home
up in New Jersey to lie absent two or
three months. We wish them a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant journey.
Talk about hustling farmers! Mr. J.
A. I'.rooks is one of those kind, and has
ia plenty all the time, others could have
the satin- if they would only work, too.
i About June 1" J. S. Carter and wife
I will leave for St. Catherine to be gone
for a few d iys rest and recreation.
ntT MKDinvr: roit colds
iiTF. tiii: m iirr.
To '.he Citizens of Sparr: It
Us of this precinct. Who dc.
postoffiee and stoics of Sparr.
1 at tiit tiit-ihat
ihat tiit-ihat Vol
who live tin-re and de-ire our
should call a meeting In forbid
mannerly while and negro Imvs
a m-ver-ending senseless ball to
directly over' the heads and
around persons parsing in bu.
carriages or wagons. During the
:e il il ilia
ia ilia ving
When a druggist recommends a rem remedy
edy remedy for colds, throat and lung troubles,
you can feci sure that he knows what
he is talking about. C. Lower, drug druggist,
gist, druggist, of Marion. Ohio, writes of Dr.
King's New Discovery: "I know Dr.
King's New Discovery is the best
j throat and lung medicine I sell. It
! cured my wife of a severe bronchial
j cold after all other remedies had fail fail-I
I fail-I ed." It w;ll do the same for you if you
Lire suffering with a cold or any bron bron-;
; bron-; chial, throat or lung cough. Keep a
bottle on hand all the time for every-
't.c in the family to use. It is a home
loot r. Price r.Oc and $1. Guaranteed
by Tydings & Co.
Box fil-s at the Court Pharmacy 6-12
The Texas Wonder cures Kidney and
bladder trouble, removing gravel,
cures diabetes, weak and lame backs,
rheumatism and all irregularities of
the kidneys, 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 re-ceijtt
ceijtt re-ceijtt 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, 2o:6 Olive street, St. Louis Mo.
Sobt by all bruggists. Ad
A man without his tobacco Is almost
as unhaiiy as a woman without her
all right to look out for number
but many a man has lost his sijrht
It is an absolute fact, that one 50 cert
Jar of WILSON'S FRECKLE CREAM
will either remove your freckles or causa
them to fade and that two jars v. ill even
in the most severe cases completely curs
them. We are willing to personally
guarantee this and to return your money
without argument if your complexion i3
not fully restored to its natural beauty.
WILSON'S FRECKLE CREAM is fine,
fragrant and absolutely harmless. Will
not make hair grow but will positively
remove TAN, PIMPLES and FRECK FRECKLES.
LES. FRECKLES. Come in today and try it. The jar j
are large and results absolutely certain.
Sent by mail if desired. Price 60c.
Mammoth jars $1.00. WILSON'S FAlli
SKIN SOAP 25c Folate by
SOLD MY THE COLTIT PHARMAC
I ii i ii i oi i -.w m m 1 m B M gimtwiimr'W'm&WP?m.Vmwmmmmmtmm mm mini ' i 1 "lm 1 1
jt way to cure a man"
to ret urn it with interest
watch- him lose tiie interest
FOR TH V, VHK AND XEHVOl'S
ft, D. FULLER
Office Over Mud roe & Cbambllos Uaak
Tirel-otit, weak, nervous men and
women would feel ambitions, energet energetic,
ic, energetic, full of lire and always have a good
aj'i.eiite, if they would do the sensi sensible
ble sensible tiling for health take Electric
j I'd iters. Nothing better for the stom
ach, liver or kindeys. Thousand., say
they owe their lives to this wonderful
home remedy. Mrs. O. Khinevault, of
Vestal Center, .V. V., says: "I regard
iKlecuio ':iters as one of the greatest
of gifts. 1 can never forget what it
iias 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
J, E, GHAGE
Rooms 0, 10 and 11, Second Floor,
' i a v-
i --, titan
s v e e t e
1 s callinsr
dull to b.
Poor appetite is a sure sign of im impaired
paired impaired digestion. A few aoses of
ierlain's Stomach and Liver Tab-
tTciisthen your digestion and
your appetite. Thousands
benefited by taking these
Diets, -sou by all dealers. Ad.
.;iit i j t
The Antier''c powder shaken ioto
the shoes The Standard Rem
edy for the feet for a Quarter
centurv. 30,0ii0 testimonials. to.u
. T Y' I.-
TradiJ-Mark. everywtiere, ..?c. samuic r r c. i-,
Address. Al'en S. OJmted. he Rov, S V
The Man who pl the EEs in r fc t I.
DR. L. F, BLALOCK
OFFICE OVER COMMERCIAL
1 M C K 1 --
" ". 1 1 e V e r
i haven': :
lot of other
i o u feel
down with a swallo
eat HimetMiig that disagrees
lor.'t let it work its own way
li s a slow process and makes
tal Get ri.I of i: quickly by
pinch of SIMMON'S PvEO Z
and wash rt
oi water. It
out ;:r. purities in the stomach
we is ar.I you feel better iir. iir.-!y.
!y. iir.-!y. Sold by all drugstores. Ad.
J. G. PURVIS,
Offices over Nash's
Dry Goods Store.
ii would surprise you to snow the
?re it good that is being- done by
Chamberlain's Tablets. Darius Dow Downey,
ney, Downey, of Newoer; Jun ttticr N. B., writ writ-iy
iy writ-iy w;fe has been using Cham-
j if yo-i
n i F)r sale
tave any trou trou-or
or trou-or bowe'.s .rive
by all dealers.
U -J ..
lots of g
t h em a
o e ; ; e v e
To the Boy or Girl Receiving the MOST VOTES
WE ARE GOING TO HAVE A BIG VOTING CONTEST WITH
A FINE SHETLAND PONY AS THE PRIZE
With every ten cent purchase at our store, each customer will he entitled to
cast one vote for their choice in this Pony Contest.
BOYS and GIRLS
Here is the chance of a life time to secure a fine little Shetland Pony without
any expense to yourself. Get out and hustle, urge the "grown tips" you
know to trade at FRANK'S and cast their votes for you, rememhering
that every fen-cent purchase entitles you to one vote.
FROM TIME TO TIME W E WILL PUBLISH A LIST OF TIIE
CANDIDATES AND THEIR STANDING. WATCH FOR THE
FIRST PUBLISHED LIST.
There is only one condition attached to this contest the candidates must he
between the ages of 0 and 16 years:
This Great Contest will begin Saturday May 17th.
Don't Forget OUR SHOE SALE
NOMINATING CO CI
i:iExvHi:i:i: in todays r.rER.-
1 1 1
D-C4JLA EVEJfiKG STAR Tit I'li-iM JLAT IS, iOiS
OCALA EVENING STAR
( lltC L 1 1
O.V THK .IUUft. CASE
fll 1 1
Blttlneer & Carroll, Proprietor
H. 11. Carroll, General Manager
Part V. Leavengood, IIulne Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered in the postofflce at Ocala,
"la., as second class matter.
A GOOD IIISIKSS TH ANSAfTIOV
Late yesterday afternoon, the city
clerk received a letter from Mr. E. G.
Harris of Macon, Ga., announcing that
the director. of the Ocala Water Com Company
pany Company had decided to accept the city's
offer of $42,500 for the plant.
The bargain will probably be ratified
at the next council meeting, and a.s
soon as the necessary papers can be
made out the city will begin operating
The Star congratulates the city and
the water company on the result of the
negotiations. Particularly the city,
which had done a good stroke of busi business.
ness. business. It is true that the Ocala Water Com Company
pany Company has its failings, and considerable
fault has Justly been found with it
from time to time. But, all things
considered, and In comparison with
others, It has rendered good service. It
la xar better lor the city to take its
plant and business and Improve the one
and go on with the other than for it to
build a new plant and enter into com competition
petition competition with the old one. It is true
that the city could build a more up-to-date
plant with a hundred thousand
dollars, but it would- probably take it
all, while now It can improve the pres present
ent present water works to meet the needs of
the next ten years and still have mon money
ey money enough from the bond issue to do
other necessary work. On the other
hand, the water company could not
carry on business except at a loss if
the city erected its own plant it has
sold its works at a loss, but that is
better than keeping them going at a
loss until the town grew big enough to
support both institutions.
Some people have criticised the coun
ell because it didn't rush in and do
something as soon as the report of the
board of arbitrators was rejected some
months ago. It is now evident that the
aldermen acted wisely and saved mon money
ey money for the city by delay.
Ane btar presumes that the city gov government,
ernment, government, as soon as possible, will im
prove the plant to meet the needs of
the town. The great and only fault of
Ocala water is that it is hard, and it
seems that the only way to correct this
fault is to put in a softening appar apparatus.
atus. apparatus. There is no supply of soft wa
ter near enough to the city to be avail available,
able, available, and it is no use to waste any
more time speculating about it. Other
improvements can be made to increase
the pressure in the more elevated parts
of the town, and then Ocala will have
as good a set of water works as is
possessed by any city of its size, and
much better than some.
It is probable that in the course of
time the electric and water plants will
be combined, so that they can be op operated
erated operated at lower cost with increased ef
ficiency. Owning the electric light
plant has proved a paying proposition
for the city. The Star confidently ex expects
pects expects the water plant to do as- well,
and as long as we can keep honest and
puDiic-spiritea men in control or our
city affairs municipal ownership will
be a success.
The Case of Garrison vs. city of
Ocala. which was beguli yesterday
morning, consumed the entire day in
the circuit court. At 3 o'clock the wit witnesses
nesses witnesses for both sides had all been heard
though several were called in rebuttal.
It is thought that the attorneys will
ocnclude their arguments this after afternoon
noon afternoon and the case will be given over
to the jury this evening.
Tiie grand jury had made report to
the court up to press time.
fl III 06ALA
FHK WILL GIVE AWAY
A Ml K IT, A M) I'OVV
Mr. Marcus Frank, proprietor of the
big Frank's store, always on the look lookout
out lookout for anything that will stimulate
his business, has hit upon the novel
plan of giving away to some boy or
girl in this county a pretty Shetland
pony. The animal is thoroughly brok broken
en broken to saddle and harness and the for fortunate
tunate fortunate winner may well be proud of
his or her prize. This makes a prize
.veil worth working for. For infor information
mation information as to how to get tti is pony ab absolutely
solutely absolutely free read Frank's advertise advertisement
ment advertisement elsewhere in today's .Star.
WII.I. IIAM1I.K MAW I.OPES
The Star was mistaken Tuesday in
saying that Mr. L. R. Chazal was
Against extending the city limits to
Silver Springs, but favored extending
them in other directions. It is just the
other way. The Star takes pleasure in
making the correction. When a level-
neaaea man liKe louis unazai is in
favor of anything, it is m'ghty good
proof of its merit, and the Star thinks
the extension to the springs is one of
Ocala's great needs.
Both the Seaboard and the Atlantic
Coast Line have put in sanitary drink
ing cups, for the convenience of their
patTons, at their passenger stations.
Anyone wanting water has only to go
to a case on the wall of the waiting
room near .the water cooler and pull
out a cup. They are of stout paper
and look neat as well as being clean
and convenient. We suppose the ac accommodation
commodation accommodation is general throughout
Some people who are opposed to the
extension to Silver Springs speak of It
derisively as the "panhandle." The
Star has seen a map of the proposed
extension, and it resembles more the
symmetrical outlines of a squashneck.
And U will be a neck between Ocala
Mr. John Stevens of Odessa, Pasco
county, who came up last week to pay
Marlon county friends a v'sit, return returned
ed returned home Tuesday, and accompanied by
hi3 mother, Mrs. C. C. Stevens of Ber Berlin,
lin, Berlin, stopped to pay the Star an appre appreciated
ciated appreciated call. Mr. Stevens is a farmer
and stockman, and has a fine place
down in Pasco. He has never lost his
interest In old Marion and his friends
here are always glad to see him.
Mr. B. Frank Younge, whose home is
divided between Philadelphia and Mt.
Dora, is in the city and will be here
through the cantaloupe season. Mr.
Younge is an independent broker and
has a contract to handle 400 acres of
cantaloupes around Anthony. He says
he will ship the first carload about the
IIKI.I.KVIKW 'S LIGHTING SYSTEM
Mr. W. II. Boynton, fur the Axweld
Acetlyene Gas Co., of New Y'ork, is in installing
stalling installing a lighting system in the town
of Belleview. The town is installing
24 handsome and brilliant street lights
and many of the stores and residence
owners have taken lights from the
City Extension Hill- Have Safely
hI Both the 1Ium- and
House bills Nos
ing the extensior
have passed the
Fla., May 1.', 11.13.
t anl Chaet. Ocala.
".'.) and Z'j.i, cover cover-of
of cover-of the city limits.
J. D. Roor.ey.
IMM) I'.HT FHII) V NIGHT
The- following program will be giv-n
by the Metropolitan Band at 8 o'clock: j
'.Star Spangled Banner." j
March. "The Crisis R. B. Hall.
Medley overtur-, "The Crackerjack
W. M. Maekie.
Hev. Mr. Josh-
i oy re-i ues t )
ua." L W. Keith.
Idyl. "The Glow Worm
March, "Lights Out" E. K. McCoy.
Medley overtur-. "The Ruler'' W. C.
Polka, "F.uphonius" H. C. Miller.
Overture, "King Rose"- G. D. Barn
A. I". Gerig. Director.
I.ECTl TIES IIY MKS. STEVE.VS
Mrs. Mabel H. .Stevens of Gainesville,
state evangelist for the W. C. T. U.,
will speak at the Methodist church
Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock especial especially
ly especially to the young people, and Sunday
evening at 8 o'clock she will give a
splendid talK" at the Temple theater.
Mrs. Stevens is a brilliant speaker
which can be vouched for by those who
heard" the lecture she gave during the
GlESS WHO'S COMING?"
The large advertisement in yester yesterday's
day's yesterday's paper containing the above un uncertain
certain uncertain wording caused quite a good
deal of comment. People, of course,
knew that it was an advertisement,
and many were the guesses expressed
as to whose it was. No one, though,
unless on the inside of the proposition,
knew who or what it referred to. By
looking at the advertisement in today's
paper of the English Woolen Mills
Company you may learn Just who it
was that was "coming." This company,
under the supervision of Mr. Scher,
will have ready for inspection tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow its line of woolen suitings which
will be sold at the uniform price of
$15. They are located in the Cam
building on North Magnolia street.
IIOl NI OYER TO THE Git A N I) J I'RY
Two prisoners were turned over to
the sheriff's office today, one from Jus Justice
tice Justice Douglass' court at Shady and the
other from Justice Ellis' court at Citra.
The former was pink Green, charged
with cruelty to animals S. J. Johnson
was sent in from Citra charged with ; r);iVi
Both cases will no doubt go
to the grand jury now in ses-
OcmIk Won Over Picked Team Yester Yesterday
day Yesterday mid is l'Iainic Palatka
A team picked from the best mater-
iai 10 oe iiau ill .Miiuoitx, .-iimii uiu
Reddick crossed bats with the local
nine yesterday afternoon and our boys
finally landed the game by a score of
4 to 2. The contest was lively from
start to finish and the small crowd
present sure got their money's worth.
The visitors clad in bright red suits
and varied color stockings opened tin tin-game
game tin-game by getting two runs in the first
inning: two singles and a double and
from then on could not get a man
around. They put up a good brand of
baseball, with only two errors against
them. "Shorty" McLeod. who played
first sack for Ocala for the first five
innings, after be'ng "kidded" a lot for
his long drawn out appearance, made a
nice long drive to rightfield which
brought in a run :n the fourth inning,
and in ttu eighth Roy Galloway placed
the ball in about the same spot, stole
second, third and made home with
about a foot to spare. All of our boys
with one or two exception hit the ball
but those Red Sox (with apologies to
the Boston Americans) seemed to take
in everything. The score by innings
was as follows:
Ocala 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 I
Picked Team.. .2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 02
Marriage licenses were Issued today
to Arthur Roddenberry and Miss Rosa
Carroll: and John Loos and Miss Ollie
May Carroll. All parties are residents
of this city, and it is understood that a
double wedding will take place during
the last week in the month.
Mr. M. M. Proctor, former county
commissioner from the southern sec section
tion section of the county, was a visitor in the
city today. He reports that there are
two candidates out for the position of
county commissioner of the district to
take the place of Nathan Mayo, whose
resignation has been accepted by the
governor. Dr. T. K. Slaughter of Levon
and Mr. Jos. W. Davis of Sumrnerfleld,
are th aspirants. - . .. .
Mr. T. E.I Biggs, for many years a
resident of feala. but for the past six
vcar? 1ivin- In Thltimnre la In tn-xxn
the! head and great body of the Okla-41 : ,t 1
, for several dayswIHt a line of crock-
Ocala YerMiiM Pnlatka
The home team and the visiting nine
from Palatka are playing on the Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street diamond as the Star goes
to press. The Palatka boys came over
on the Ocala Northern and are regis-,
tered at the Ocala House. They are as
follows: .1. L. Wilkinson, manager: P.
B. Merrell. captain; James Browning.
Albion Hutchinson. E. A, Baughman,
E. R. Kelsey, C. I. Crutchfield, L. E.
Durkee, L S. Barstow and C. E. Ander Anderson.
son. Anderson. Following is the line-up for Ocala:
Keppler, o; Anthony, p: Anderson, lb:
2b; Heldle, ss; Dewey. 3b: Har
ris, If; Galloway, cf; Roberts, rf.
The Southern Baptist
in session in St. Louis.
The United Presbyterian Assembly
is in session in Atlanta. Dr. Robert M.
Russell of New Wilmington, Pa., was
OHIO FLOOD PICTURE! TEMPLE
Lost. Found, Wanted, For Sale,
For Rent and Similar Local Needs
FOR RENT Offices in Holder build building.
ing. building. Apply to Davis & Martin.
erj and cnl" glass
Knowles China Co.
The present schedule of the Atlantic
Coast Line is not overwhelmingly good
for Ocala. but it is built just right for
Gainesville, to which town it sends
Marion county trade from Reddick up
Looks like the Coast Line has it in for
Ocala, and our people in consequence
use the Seaboard as much as they can
That great big sign, "Farmers' wel
come," across the wall of the Board of
Trade rooms means Just what is says
and Marion's agriculturists musn't fail
to call and prove It when they come to
town. Secretary Rooney has plans for
market quotations, a rural telephone
exchange and other things that will
make the Board of Trade as much, or
more, to the country than to the city.
and the members are backing him up
Governor Johnson notifies Secretary
of State Bryan that he will sign the
California alien-land bill. All right.
Hiram; if there is a fight, we'll stand
behind you 3000 miles behind you.
A destructive tornado swept thru Ne Nebraska
braska Nebraska and Nevada Wednesday. Se Seward,
ward, Seward, Neb., was wrecked, ten lives
were lost, and thirty people injured.
Jack Johnson says the prosecutions
against him have cost him $60,000. No
use trying to get ahead of the white
man. Jack; If he misses you on one
count he will think up 99 others vhile
you are catching your breath.
The imperial council of nobles of the
Mystic Shrine will meet in Atlanta
nxt year. William W. Irwin of
Wheeling, W. Va., was chosen imperial
Judge P. M. Simonton, an old citizen
of Tampa, died at his home in that city
Wednesday. He'was well known and
highly esteemed in Ocala.
Mrs. Mai H. Haughton, an attractive
bride of the spring", will be hostess at
auction next week, Friday, May 23, the
event being arranged in compliment to
Miss Alta Pride, whose marriage to
Mr. W. F. Shaw of Jamestown. N. Y.,
will be a pretty event of June. Times-
WANTED A country woman to do
general house work. Apply to 28 N.
Sanchez St. 5-10-6t
FOR SALE A brass frame cot and
felt mattress, like new, apply to Star
ROOMS FOR RENT Furnished
rooms for light housekeeping, phone
216, Fort King Ave., and a four room
cottage with gas. 5-5-lm
ILSl 1 ijlLikjlil.
A NEW IDEA IN MEN'S TAILORING. A NATIONAL PERSONAL TAILORING SERVICE
A service that enables every man to have his clothes made to measure
by the highest skilled merchant tailors in the world, from fabrics costing
$3U.UUto $4U.UU tor -fl e fThrfTi
1LQJJ o Mwt MJ
The men of Ocala are cordially invited to visit the English Woolen Mills Co., the
greatest merchant tailoring organization in America.
Following the usual custom, at the opening of our new stores you are
invited here to-morrow "to get acquainted" with this great organization
so that you may inspect the largest and most beautiful exhibition of
all-wool imported and domestic fabrics ever shown in Ocala. Operating
stores in various cities, the English has a buying power second to none.
Many of the patterns shown are exclusive and can be obtained
mo M ' m
This signalizes our entrance in OCALA! .Whether you visit our store
on Inspection Day or not be sure to come around to the OPENING on
SATURDAY, We have a surprise lor everybody.
Cam Building, 19 North Magnolia SI.
(IT on THIS C OI I'OV AM) MA 1 1. OK
llHIMJ IT IV AT 0(K.
My house, N'o. 229 Fort Kins' avenue,
will be for rent after June lt. Mrs.
McDowell. 5 2
WANTED To trade new player
piano, standard make, for real estate
city or country, or will sell at a bar bargain,
gain, bargain, cash or easy terms. Address,
'piano." care box 328. 5-7-12t
NOMINATION BLANK FOR
Frank's Pony Contes
HOL'HK FOR RENT A six room
liousf for rent near high school build build-in
in build-in ir. Apply to Miss Rena Smith, phone
I WANT 10 MEN At once to learn
the barber trade. New method. Only
few weeks required, rositian waiting-.
Tools furnished. Money earned while
learning. Write today. A. B. Moler,
Pres., Moler System, Atlanta Ga. 10-6t
Fill out tin- hi ank
liny or irl h'tw-tn t
ret-eive t:n- P..-au:ifal
by FRANK'S St.-r,
test, i Onlv "tit: r."
the azf-s of ;
This blstnk .j
r.a me of th- Marion county
y: ars t h a t would have
-ivt-Ti away ab-.lntely fr-e
; :f 1 v-. in The cor. -(I:
:vr- ,..u-!! oontentant).
WANTED Woman for companion
and working" housekeeper. Two in
family. Good wages. Only best need
apply. E. A. Davenport. Belleview,
Nominated by .
LOST Pair of bifocal, gold framed j
eyeglasses on Sharp's Ferry road or at;
Mr. Hinton's on the river. Reward if j 1
returned to this of.ice. 3-io-2td j
i W II. 1. 1IKDIC ati; tiii:
N KV II M.I.
POSITION WANTED 11 y reliable
young man of 22. as bookkeeper. Op-
eratt-s typewriter. '. II. Butler. Har
rington Hall hotel. -1 4 -6
WANTED Young: women to enter
nurses training school Fine new hos-
piial. Apply at once. Superintendent
Aug;usta Memorial Hospital. St. Pe Petersburg".
tersburg". Petersburg". Fla. 5-14-3
F R SALE Two-cylinder lt'10 mo !-el
el !-el Maxwell runabout, recently over overhauled:
hauled: overhauled: in nerfect condition. For sale
cheap. Apply at Star office. 5 -1 3 6 1
s j ness
: e t
v-ry description can
jrt Pharmacy. If it
y iv- it. Adv.
: P: :.
i r i r. 1
;-.astman. it isn't al
nd Brownies, all sizes
rig's druir-tores. Ad.
LOOK AT THK AVIVDOAV
LtST Masonic Mue lodge pin.
lieved to have been lost at A. C. L
passenger station. Finder leave at this
v i t
- a v
Be- ; 1 i'---''1
it nan one lay at a
I T'.' 'A :
Moose meet this evening;.
:"!.;. r-.:::. layer ..nd raisin cakes
- :..'ir.d. fre-h. at Carter's Bak Bak-r;
r; Bak-r; :,-li-vl
It i" :,.!. t hat" s hard to ht in
I..-: -.;s -Vive you a. fit." Lit-:-'-
S Pirl -r. :--li-6t
f .i 'A""r:t s-reai an 1 othey
pr'-lu-rts go t '.'arter'a Bak Bak-ry
ry Bak-ry 3-I!-:d
7" -.'' r.e-:o i 1 of the
-.".r f It. Jf. Spr.-.-er near
;:r.e-vilie, ear ha- pa b-d
uilty :o the charge.
Box TA'--. at trie :o!i-t Pharmacy 6-12
"TACKLE'' OUR FISHING TACKLE AND YOUXL
LAND ANY FISH 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
W E WANT YOUR TRADE ONLY BECAUSE WE DE DESERVE
SERVE DESERVE IT'
Marloe Iter d ware
oAH iTta sxak, miiiHnx may is, 101$
V7" L OSE ANY rAf
m 11 111s
If you have
for this de-
Married Lailirx Card Club Kntertained
liy Mr. (irrrn V
B i n i 1 v
! '.V O Vi
Mr.v E. R (
s. Taylor w
Jacksonville by her
- Hc-ott. who made a
V-r .-ister. Mr.. G. K.
greeting ana fre-juent little sifts
Mowers. Both Mr. and Mr?. Ro
like Floral, and would remain
summer if business did not call
I.iiiM'beon (.iifa liy Mr.
V? V59Z CO?Ji
RaoA your 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 grow is the thing that will make
DO YOUR BANKING WITH US
IV? Pay 4 per cent Interest nn Savings Accounts
Mr.-. Kmily Green was toe Jiostess
with whom the Married Ladies' Card
Club spent a tr-truu;i hly dlis?htul aX
ernoon. on the cool and inviting fro
SvTt:..d. ilr. J. C. B. Koome served d
lioious un.-h from an exquisitely f t
band-painted bowl buried in pink ole-1
ander blooms arranged on a table.
T.he reception hall and parlor, which
is one large room and the dining room,
where the five card tables were placed,
obtained extra brightrie-s by the ar artistic
tistic artistic grouping of white roses, aspar asparagus
agus asparagus ferns twined gracefully every everywhere
where everywhere and black-eyed Su.-ans. Mints
were enjoyed during the games, of
whist. n each table was a brand new
deck of cards, and tbi- insular occur occurrence
rence occurrence was the means f rinding out
that the hostess had recently been re-J1'"'
warded by the Congress Play in s 'ard ; -ue
Co. for sending in two new card
I.etWeen t fi e
". ; i e 1 i d i e who
m-ntal ir. rr;ak:i
Oc-ala W.oman. CI
1 is t h e
loonlicht n Ihr Lntvn Tonight
Kp worth League niembersiiip
that has been under way for
months has c-ome to a close.
".".- perfection of higher
aril i.ave piaced it in line to
iairn re'-outiitjoti as one of the most
f-itjenthil club- in the .-tate federa-
.-.n we-re entertained at luncheon
.eir pre-ideiir, Mrs. J,4. k Camp
onie on ''in,;' Heights.
.Mrs. I'a.o.p i- the embodiment of
idnetj.-rii and enthusiasm and never
ivr-s a to tie unturned that would
ucce.s of any
f a business or
al! her projei-ts
imjiediti-ent to t
e n c v
i rue w .1.-
i nder t a k i n ir. whether
social nature, and in
here is a centrifugal
which radiates amonsr those
n she is associated and quite
it e-terday as she cordiallv
and the "Blues" have been declared the
winners. o:ne excellent work was
lone by both clubs and a very gratify gratify-inir
inir gratify-inir number of application for mem membership
bership membership were received.
1 oniaat. on t;ie parsonai; lawn, as a
reward to the Blue-.- and a forfeit by
trie defeated Reds."' the latter will en entertain,
tertain, entertain, and they p. Ian to do their part
well. If the weather tnan does not
change his mind, the indications are
n i n ir.
: iil be a beautiful, moonlight
ii and the crowd will make mer mer-variojs
variojs mer-variojs same and social inter inter-.
. inter-. from S to 11 o'clock. A liht
will be served
tiie leaguers and
io were her
lines. ; wore a iiandsomely embroidered white
- Y p4 b. w V,
Tiie club members and otiier
immediately congratulated theii
ess upon her recent honor.
After the games vanilla ice
ii U e -1 s i C I f pe l; o w n
hOSt- PlUe velvet.
j T w o 1 a r a e
cream, ditiiny room
w 1 :
a -iirdle of Royal
with whipped cream and preen cher cher-j
j cher-j ries, macaroons and white cake was
i The twenty guests playing w-re Mrs'.
M Fishel. Miss Jennie Fishel. Mrs. C.
Rheinauer. Mrs. Edward Holder. Mrs.
V. S. Bullock, Mrs. (J. K. Robinson.
(Mrs. J. I). Robertson. Mrs. V. W. llar llar-'riss.
'riss. llar-'riss. Mrs. G. T. Maughs. Mrs. D. V. I)a I)a-i
i I)a-i vis, Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk, Mrs. Ilmmett
1 Robinson, Mrs. R. R. CITazal. Mrs. Clar Clarence
ence Clarence Camp. Mrs. Marcus Frank, Mrs. J.
:j. Gerig. The following joined the
I players for refreshments: Mrs. T. 11.
! Johnson. Mrs. Jack Camp, Mrs. Maud
Home, Mrs. William Knight, Mrs. M.
ill. Stovall and Mrs. V. L. Ricliey.
j The irizes were two crocheted mats.
and tiie ot!
ant in its
s. one in tiie
ier in the ro ro-eac'n
eac'n ro-eac'n centered
d with sweet
1 ill en s.
silver and cut
were arranged for the guests,
were marked on cards adorned
long-stemmed American iv.vjtv
w i t h a s
At one table
club. Mrs. Camp president: Mr
Rloyd. first vice president, and
also press manager: Mrs. G. T. Maushs.
recording secretary: Mrs. V. T. Gary,
corre.-i-onding secretary: Mrs. T. T.
Munr-.e. treasurer: Mrs. Otis Green.'
auditor, and with them were Mrs,'.!.
: Walter Hood and Mrs. ("has. R. Vy-
: dings, chairmen of the social and
Mr. Chas. X. Romaine, and P. B.
Travis, of the Florida Inspection &
Rating: Bureau, the two popular young
no-n who have been ratingthe city, are
the guests today of trie local insurance
agents, who are giving them an out outing
ing outing at nranse Rake, where they expect
to catch an abundance of fish and en enjoy
joy enjoy a fish fry and dinner, returning late
in tue afternoon. Those forming the
party, leaving here about 4 o'clock.
rr. Messrs. I. W. Davis, Pte Mcln-to-h
from G. S. Scott's office. F. W.
lhtto. Joseph Bell, and Judge Warner.
Mr. Max Fishel arrived la-t night from
II. I W etumpka. Ala., w!
who is; ness. and will spe
u-re he is in hui hui-id
id hui-id a week or ten
his parents. Mr
c i t y w i t h
Miss Cora WelljSnt-r. one
hsmvillo's prettX young ladies,
the city, tiie gio-.f Mrs. Baura
H C E
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.
THE OCALA NATIONAL
CAPITAL, FULL, PAID IX
H. D. 8TOSES, C8hir.
EBWARB8, Pr. CLARENCE
CAMP. T1e Pr.
Undertaker Smith, phones 10 and 94. i
i:ox files at tiie
tion. He is very optimistic over the
outlook for his company and expects to
settle upwards of a hundred people on
the lands he is offering for sale with within
in within the next six months. Asher's many
friends here were glad to see him.
e courthouse lawn is being mowed. I
ack. at th
are being ut in. front
Board of Trade rooms.
Bath sprays for a
the Court Pharmac-v.
Inks in any s
who has children
to the band concert tomor-
j row night: also, let them impress on
! the children that if thev are routrh and
noisy while the concert is going on
they will interfere with other people's
enjoyment and maybe stop the concert.
The average American child can afford
to have a set of manners for each oc occasion,
casion, occasion, and should not use those of the
football field at a band concert.
onmittees. At the other table was)" '-
f Gra- h
Icy hot bottles in quart:
at the Court Pharmai-v.
South Atlantic League,
Two .ev Card iame Originated ly
Some time ago Mrs. lmily Green
sent to the Congress Playing Card Co.
two new c'iirl games with complete
rules for eaoh, and yesterday she re received
ceived received a letter from the company com complimenting
plimenting complimenting her highly for her ingenuity
t ) give to the card playing world two
Isucli interesting games which will im-
mediately become popular,
j The games are rummy dummy soli solitaire
taire solitaire and two hundred royal auction.
In formulating the rules Mrs. Green
Mrs. William llocker, president
Florida Federation of Women's
.v was assisted by her young son t 1
;veat deal in
with whom she. play
Accompanying the letter were thirty
f! packs of ca'ds and a book of rules of
X ut-todate card games.
Mrs. Green is
one ut tne oest earn players in ccaia,
and she is being warmly congratulated
by her many friends upon her clever-
lave on Your
ipE sell the FREE Sewing Machine, invented by
V.L. 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 or im improvements
provements improvements all its own
in other words, there isn't
another sewing machine
at any price that can
hold a candle to
The JacksonviB.! Metropolis of WedJ
The First Presbyterian
the scene of a beautiful
s morniiiiMi at 11 o'clovK.i
Hendricks, pf Bradfonl. Pa., The im--pressfre-
Ting ceremony was perfoi med
by Rev. .Junius B. Frencli, pastor of the
church. The chancel was banked with
palms forming an effective background
for the bridal party.
! The bridal chorus from Lohengrin
heralded the approach of the wedding
party, the two ushers. Messrs. A. W.
Inglis and Bentley Robinson of IeRin
; entering singly by the righ
of the I
(Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk. chairman of the j
forestry committee: Mrs. D. M. Smith, j
chairman of the animal protection com-'
inittee: Mrs. B. T. Perdue, custodian:;
.Mrs. I-:. Van Hood, chairman of thej
! health department: Mrs. I). W. Davis, j
'chairman of the study class; Mrs. D. F
Mclvef. resident of the Wednesday Wednesday-.Morning
.Morning Wednesday-.Morning Musical Club; Mrs. R M j
Murray, reporter, and Mrs. Clarence
.Camp, who, though not affiliated with!
the ciuo. is president of the Woman's
Auxiliary of the Marion County llos-
pital. It was a matter of sincere re- j
gret that illness prevented Mrs. J. R.
Mooihead. director of the Junior Civic'
League, from being present.
At ca.-h plate was a novelty charac characterizing
terizing characterizing the office and tiie individual'
work carried on by each and so npj.o-'
priate were they that thy vv-ners could
have been iiii-fii readily if place;
cards huu not Keen used. j
j Luncheon was served at noon and.'
the menu included the following de-'
licious dishes: Grapefrun with eher-
ries. broiled soring chicken, home-
cured ii a iii. ice tea. creamed pear.-,
eandjed potatoes, hot biscuit, pickled,
plums. pineapple- wjth mayonnaise
Mr R. T. Adams returned today from
Atlantic, la., where he left Mrs. Adams
and little Dorothy, who will spend the
Miss Helen Hunt has returned to St.
Augustine after a brief stay in Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. She came to the city to be an
attendant at the' Hendricks-Alfred
wedding-, which was a pretty event of
yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Alfred,
whose daughter was married to Mr. I...
W. Hendricks yesterday, left last night
for their home in
eompanied by Mis Mis-Orlando,
Orlando, Mis-Orlando, sister of
i'k n iu: Ti-:ii'i.i-:
Call or phone the Court
for your quick and accurate
tion service. Phone 6
American Beauty Bath Spray fits
bath tub. Outfit
Ocala and were ac-
An auto party from Island Grove,
including Mr. J. A. Brice. Misses Grace
Price. Lisa Rhcnol and F.dna litham.
and Master Willie Howard. were at
tiie Harrington last night.
Ruth Hendricks f
tiie groom. Times-
Miss I'MHTKU'S ItLCITW,
j Mr. and Mrs. 11. A. Alfred and
Buth Hendricks of Port Inglis
at the Harrington last night, on
way home from Jacksonville.
The friends of Miss Marguerite Por Porter
ter Porter and the pupils of her music class
are cordially invited to attend their
spring recital ;t the Woman's Club at j
8 o'clock Thursday evening. May 13th. J
Mr. W. M. Gist of Mcintosh
ie Harrington last night.
Mr. and Mrs. o.
ron were guests
last night. Mr.
M. Baton and ehild ehild-of
of ehild-of the Harrington
Raton is mayor of
! Lakeland and
n. c. mi:f.ti;
V. D. C. will
t I. a 1 n i
united ui marriage to Mr. lurd .; 1
OJ''eo l I rain, .UICM alOIOIlOS,
macaroons and mints moulded In the
shape of sweet peas.
Mrs, Camp is always a charming
hostess and her hospitality of Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday will be remembered by her oo
workers as being the most pleasant
event during their regime.
one of 'In- most oomilar
(conductors on the A. o b. He and his
j family were residents of Ocala a few
hold years ago and will alw.ivs bo nicmt.
Friday ilv remembered here Thev were tu.
lence of Mrs. Mc-jing a trip north in their automobile.
Secretary I If weather ennditi
H. Coleman will preach at Fellowship
sii.V1:k tkv ".Christian church next Sunday after-
.. noon at 2 o'clock.
i The ladies of the Baptist church will
'give a silver tea and fancy work sale! Aslu-r Frank of Xew York City,
i Tuesday. May .1. at o'clock, at the was the. guest of his brother and sis sis-i
i sis-i residence of Mr. A. R l.lar. There 'er-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Frank.
its regular busines
afternoon at the re
I v r. Mrs. S
II IT I S I
M'S. Sue H. Runkle is the -nest of
Mrs. K. M. Howard en route to lier
home in Los Angeles, Calif. Mrs.
Runkle wax Miss Bruhal of Oldtown
and shy has been on an extended visit
to relatives in the state. She leaves-
tomorrow for Jacksonville. s
'ifr ...-j ;.- i (fi
. -i ; ua c uiiicr iiHicniiitJ is as ihsl
.;;-J??rrp r.'-vi running, oecause no oiner
M&Sj4M "V has the Rotoscillo Move-
No other machine is as
liglt running, because
no other machine has 3
sets of ball bearing, No
other machine is as fast
Not only do we sell The FREE at a remarkably toy
price, but we put in your iHihtti on your own terms of
Payments as Low as S1.00 per Week
Better do yourself and pocket book the justice to conie
and see The FREE tomorrow. Don't forget about it
now; it's worth looking at.
Taylor and dau
Ruth Hendricks, .otter v the groom,
walked down the left aisle, followed by
ths maid of honor. Miss Helen Hunt of
St. Augustine. Then came the bride on i
the arm of her father, Mr. R. A. Al
fred, and they met the groom and his!
best man, Mr. Kailskin of New York j Mrs. William TTocKer. presiovni of
City, at the chancel, where the cere-j the Florida Federation or Women's
mony was performed. ('Tubs, left today Gainesville, where
Miss Hendricks wore a lovely gown i tonight s;,e vHl 4?7the honor guest at
of pale green chiffon over, whit? sjatin la f,anjuet given JKV the Twentieth Cen Cen-and
and Cen-and earned n arm bouquet ofr W-hitetury of which Mrs. J. M. Dell, for-
roses and lilies of she valley. A siiiti- i meriy .Miss Johnnie Liddon of this city,
nuiy wit tits picture hat faced with is president,
green satin completed this fetching i
Miss Hunt was gowned in tan satin
with trimmings of fringe and wore a
becoming white hat trimmed in plumes.
Her flowers were also white roses and
lilies of the valley.
Tiie bride, who is pretty brunette,
was radium in her beautiful wedding
gowu of white crepe over white, satin,
trimmed in Princess lace and pearls.
Shy carried a Colonial bouquet of roses
and lilies of the valley, tied with
streamers of exquisite lace. Siie wore
a white picture hat trimmed In white
Immediately after their vows had
been spoken the happy young couple
accompanied by their bfidu party and
friends drove i. ne Seminole hotel.
wpy(e breakfast was served, places
being laid for eighteen.
After spending a couple of hovU-S
do mi ed her
appropriate for grad- yesterday and today, leaving at noon
for th,- north. Mr. Frank is the New
York agent for the big land company
at auchula. and came to Florida to
bring a colony of settlers for that sec-
1M( Tl lir.S TKMH.H
Ohio Flool IMcUirr. Five Keel. Temple
Toil Ig tit
Dr. A. Ls Izlar did nt go to .Miami,
to meet the other doctors of the state.
Instead, he attended the meeting: of
the state examining board in Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, and returned from there this
Mr. Myers, the delicatessen man, has
removed his outfit from the Board of
Trade rooms to his home, 623 South
Second street His phone Is 482. He
will open a store down town as soon
as he finds a stand; meantime he will
attend to business from his residence.
M. C. T. Sherouse, deputy sheriff from
Citra. was in town on official business
Mr. .1. o. Carter of Martin was at the
Harrington last night.
On account of the many other things
going on at the same time there will be
no ladies' prayer meeting tomorrow
IMCTl KF.S TEMPLE
sizes 3 to
black and tan
Wafers, macaroons, kisses and other
fancy cakes may always be : had-at
Carter's Bakery. And they're, always
fresh. 5-l4-6td .-.-: .".
Rexall Tan and Freckle Lotion is an
excellent external application for
freckles and sunburn, at Gerig drug drugstores.
stores. drugstores. Adv.
Stiff neck is not only painful, tout an annoying.
noying. annoying. To get rid of it quickly, rub
the parts affected with BALLARD'S
SNOW LIN I MB NT. It penetrates the
flesh and relaxes the muscles so that
pain ceases Immediately. Price
5c, 50c and $1 per bottle. Sold by all
1 ril nrrrl ct a All
Miss Theiesu Blatn. who is in an At At-lnta
lnta At-lnta hospital, has written her friends
that one of her lower limbs has been
amputated and when the wound heals
the other one will be taken off,
Mayor O. M. Baton, accompanied by
Mrs. Raton. Master Ottie Baton, Miss
pal Lee Bulloch and little Henry
Bulloch, leave tomorrow it; their
Cadillac for Tallahassee and Montlcel Montlcel-lo.
lo. Montlcel-lo. This is th.- long trip they have
takeu ni their handsome car, and as it
U u machine that would attract atten attention
tion attention in any collection, this city will
derive much good advertising a.s it tra traverses
verses traverses the staty tiding Lakeland pennants.-
Five of those unbeatable
pictures tonight, the kind tha
like, our good thing" for ton!
Rubin feature, taken in Ohio, all the
actual scenes of trie great disaster.)
'Sixes ai.;l Nines" is a dandy good i
comedy"; "The Woe of Battle," an ex exciting
citing exciting war story"; "An Old. old Song,"
a beautiful Rwsanay drama, and "The
Frenchman's Manoeiivers." a fine Pa the
film. Doors open fi:r.O. Tomorrow's
special John Runny in "The Mayor r-t
Wewtern Feature. I'rize, lleal
They are all talking about it.
Tiie casts priz
Ideal last night
Keeffe. who held
given away at the
was won by Louis
the lucky numoer.
Tiie big feature tonight is "Home;
and Mother." a Wosehing- and thrilling
western .diama full of exciting scenes
from .-iHi't to finish.
"Tiie Petticoat Detective-' is one of
Why Pay More?"
with iter friends, the brid
traveling sir,t o blue silk cord with'
beconiipu hat to match, and Mr. and
Mrs. Hendricks sailed on tiie Mohawk j
for New York. t
Mrs. R. A. Alfred of Ocala, mother of1
th ut'tde, wore a handsome gown of! year.
lavendar. crepe de chene with hat lO.heie
Miss Mary Reynolds came from Lake Lakeland
land Lakeland Tuesday and will visit friends in
Bartow through the period of com
rcises at Sum merlin In,
Reynolds wa a much
in yummerlin several
, and has host
are giving her
T'lr usual cash
gtveii away at tha
t h e g r
Weary Man" is a
f unusual Interest
eat favorite Mr.
i n g
The bride t"
and has scores
the state who
one of Oca la's most
popular society girls,
of friends throughout
regret that she will
eoHle,- Ba rt jv Record.
Thasard. state bank ex-
liahassee. is spendtr.ar th3
i -iness. St. Pcters't.uru
a miner, of
day iiere i
NOW IS THE TIME
Breakfast Bacon, Boiled U am. Dried Beef,
Boneless Ham and Bologna Sausage. ('
Any of the above sliced thin to suit your taste onv
modern slicing machine.
Fluent tiimllty ( Florida and Western lleef,
Pork Lamb and
Phone 108 W. H. MARSH, City Market
make her home elsewhere.
Mr. Hendricks formerly resided in
Orlando, where his fattier and sister
now make their home. He is a
nent official of the Brie railroad an 1
lias scores of friends in Bradford, Va...
who will extend a cordial eleome to
his fair oung bride,
t Mrs. 11. F. Watt was tiie ttraitv
hostess of the Wedne.-iayafternoon
tea at the Country Club Asining her
in serving ice tea, sarylwiehes and
sliced currant loaf were' Mrs. 1. .M.
L.and Mrs.Xii i"wuliw-
Mr. Bo', i uplr iun.
promt-it-nt at :hv t ntvcrsity
guest of ;
Cap pie ma
Monday left for 'South
gin Lis work im media
graduate of o,ii- public
'cla-stnates and other
i m l n
who is a stui stui-of
of stui-of Florida, at
been chosen with an an-student
student an-student to do engin-
k in tiie Everglades this
Mr. Cappleman was th?
: parents. Mr. and Mrs. .. U.
own. Jrunday, an-i
r tori ia to he heel
el heel y. Roy is a
School and his
lis recent honor.
WHITE STAR LINE,
VKAXSFER VXD FI Ul'l'llOOF STOHAGD
COLLIER BROS., Proprietors.
Teams lor Light
and Heavy Hauling.
Superior to Plaster
or Ceiling in
Quality or Price.
Mrs.. B. N. Li'onc;,
George Rooney. are
Looney's sister. Mrs.
and son. Master
he guests of Mrs.
A. C. Hamrick in
will return home'
" : n t
1! a n n a
wvin to St. I'e-
vi-it her father,
isters. Mrs. Ram Ram-,
, Ram-, till Monday, an 1
closing e'er :se?
Hiiih S. no.d.
3 cans Van Camp's soup ... 25c
3 " ,f beans. --.25c
3 99 M Hominy 25c
3 Mince Heat 25c
2 Sunbeam shrimp 25c
1 lb Soda 5c
cans small Hat Salmon 35c
1 99 99 large " .-30c
1 " tall Salmon..:. -30c
2 Arao larae Salmon-"-... 45c
1 Ocean Gem tall ...
Hotel Astor Coffee
40 cts. per Pound
We are GOING OUT of the SHOE BUSINESS.
We mean Every Word Of It.
We are selling our $3.50 to $5.00 Shoes at
Mrs. Claude R Ki taer and pretty j
little daughter Virginia. left yester- j Mi-s Leil Baukniaht. of Archer.
dav for Orlando to si, end -everal lavs the attractive g 11 est of her cousin. Mrs
as tiie guests of Mrs. Kre-'.-r's sister,
Mrs. Bee Miller. j Third -tre--.
Mrs. C. K. Xrlsuii was taken .juite j Mr. and Mr.-
sick Tuesday night at the home of her j today for thei:
sister-in-law. Mrs. B. N. Rooney. butilio-er- i the
we are glad to report is much Improv-' much tin: and
ed today. j ers f ir
Mr. William Dehor, came ut. on t he r:i : -: n r . r i and other crons e-TJ il ".-
nidrn ns train from a visit to his wife : those. r f mous Hastings. -Mr. an 1 ana
and children in St. Petersburg and left I Mr.-. R-:o-r- have been makin-' the::
this afternoon for his farm at Berlin, j home in the city the last f-. month month-Mr.
Mr. month-Mr. Dehon is slowly recuperating from They -,av- :r. ide many friends in Ocala
r h.. me on .-outh
Fori H. Rogers left
-,ome in D-troit. Mr,
ntleman wh.o iias put
j.-.ney in 'he b;g Ro?-
Burbank. and h as prover
rne il in tiia: '. -.-
a recent severe illness.
Mrs. John Taylor left Monday for
Tallahassee, where, she will be the
wh hope to see them returr: next au
tumn. Mrs. Rogers adopted all the
"br.ys" at her table at the Arms House
and they will greatly miss her pleasant
STEEL CUT COFFEE
40 cts. per Pound
We have Dorsch. Bostonian and Beacon Shoes
in All Shapes for Men.
These are High Grade shoes and an opportunity to
buy shoes at this price may Never Present itself
Ask your friends. They have certainly been at his
Shoe Sale. Some have bought from two to four pairs
for their own use.
This is Positively the Last Call as our stock is fast
OCALA EVESISO STAR; iHlii&IUV, ilAV IS, 1515
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
Town property, improved and un unimproved,
improved, unimproved, for sale. Real profit profit-bringing
bringing profit-bringing investments.
Small Farms, Timber Tracts, Or Orange
ange Orange Groves or almost anything you
wish, on terms to suit.
u ha vp houses for rent or will
take charge of property and collect
the rent, keep up repairs and pay
IXSUKA NCE I )El-ItTM KXT
Agent for a dozen of the best Fire Insurance Companies in the
country. Thoroughly competent to care for your insurance business.
I Will be Pleased to Care for Your Business in Any of These Lines.
u i z
irsr. She 1
n tnr ci-.se at
h'riMr.d learn-d'.y "the
:,s to be one Alan March
v Tc!Iiv-r. et a'., suitors
me namely the face of
t, ore Doris Fulton, who,
, ;.;sh. is the judge prosid prosid-;
; prosid-; lis-tened to the pleas of
hearl their respective
argunnts nd :
iow has the case un un-Presently
Presently un-Presently she will
F. W. DITTO
I Reoistered Pigs For Sale!
X Registered Duroe Jersey pigs sired by Top Notcher
X Wonder, Fancy's Sensation, Cherry Tenn., Tenn.Col.
S Tippy Orion, Lexington Chief and H. Cs. Col., out
of dams such as Orion Chief, Missouri's wonder,
Tip Top Notcher, Ohio Chief, Golden Model, Volun-
f teer, 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.
II. II. WHIT WORTH, Proprietor
I Hiawatha Lake Stock Farm
Harry Irving Greene
Ttt Lash of Circiimstance,"
"Barbara of the Snows"
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.
IrCMICSMX & LANG
Call up Phone 300 and Let us Give an Estirusle oa Your
AND ELECTRICAL WORK
fjam&L n if f?
U 8 O
He Guarantee to Save Yoa Money on Any Work in Our Lines
As wf employ none tint ei;f r( we are la position to j uarniilee ev every
ery every piece of work we rontttnict l Ntaml the lnpfct!oii of the moi
rlgjd Inspector. It conti nothing to it our flunrft, and voii ore h
winner, whether we eMire the coutrnct or not. Give uw a trial.
H. W. TUCKED
FORT KING II LOCK
n m w r w.
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.
Style may change but
our high quality, low price
standard of jewelry sell
ing remains fixed.
Here you will find
a satisfying assort
ment of the world's
1 ! f
in jcweiry. .m
sl!!i M il ;
If you want a
3'iip7 ling gem set ring
' 'f 1 1
re auction neres
For your sweetheart mar
ried or otherwise a diamond
i;, sontaire is eminently proper.
Nothing better as an engage
ment or birthday rin. Surprise Father,
Husband or Brother with a nice ring. We
have a splendid assortment of gems in up-;o-
tne-minute settincs at prices to
t suit the thinnest pocVet booV.You 1 -- I
will find rir.tfs to suit everyone i .'V s rr
men and women and little folks. Call i
in now while te stock is complete. j- 1 ''
i in! i m
I 'III! I
A. E. BURNETT
Take no chances -vrith a rin In the chest.
Every case cf consumption began with that
symptom. Stop it at once with
It is a Fine Healing Remedy for
Sore Lungs, Coughs and
It promptly Check3 inflammation, relaxes tightness, clears the
air passages, restores tone and strength to the bronchial tubes.
Relieves hoarseness, irritating coughs, tickling sensations in the
throat; removes congestion and enables the patient to breathe
easily and rest comfortably at night.
Price 25c, 50c and $l.G0 per B0UI3.
Buy the $1.00 size. ? ;ontains five times as muc!i
as the 25c size, and you get with each bottle a Dr.
Herrick's Red Pepper Porous plaster for the chest.
F. BJ1LAR3 PR3PFJE7C3 ST. LCIT.S, H3.
Stephen Eye Salve la a safe and speedy remedy for Sore Eye.
- lSoLDANDecoMg r-f.iv fc.?S35g7
SOLD IJV ALL DKALEKS
(Copjrlght. U12. by Harry Irricg Greeoa) j
Close beside them the mountains j
grim and vast towered up so steep 1
that a mountain sheep would have had
to choose his way with care Titanic
walls thrown up in prehistoric ages
to mark the end of the dominion of j
the plain and the beginning of the
land of snow-clad peaks and abyssmal j
gorges. Above them the marvelous
sky stretched into infinity, unmarred j
by speck visible to the human eye,
upon their head the rays of the sun j
fell warmly, but the air was crisp and ;
sparkling, sweet to the nose and lungs, j
invigorating, exhilerating. Miles be- j
hind them lay the peaceful city, silent i
in the Sunday morning save for the
faint tolling of bells. It was a Jay. j
an hour and a place to make one
tingle with the joy of wholesome ex- i
ercise, the sweetness of youth and j
health, the gladness of living. Dorirf' ;
Laugh, low and contented, was seldom j
They had ridden rapidly in a round- j
about course for two hours and now j
the deep trench of Blue Canyon open-
ed close before them. Hewed out of j
the solid mountain, 3at of bottom and ;
precipitous of sides, it retreated mile j g:
after mile towards the distact. peaks,
crawling sinuously backward at a
worm retreats, ever ascending until it
attended itself into nothingness and
was lost in the far upper regions.
Some distance from its mouth was a
famous spring where the water gushed
from the rock as an endless stream of
diamonds, cold aid sweet, and as
though they had prearranged their act
they swung their horses into the can canyon's
yon's canyon's throat, slightly thirsty them themselves
selves themselves and knowing that their hen-sea
would be eager to drink. Fifteen min minutes
utes minutes later they dismounted where the
stream burst forth, and throwing the
long bridle reins of the well trained
animals over their heads they left
the beasts to drink and shift for them themselves.
selves. themselves. Alan filled the folding pocket
drinking cup which he always carried
in his riding coat and handed it to his
companion. She raised it to her lips,
challenging him with laughing eyes
over the brim.
"To the most gallant of escorts,"
she said with the mockery of mis mischief
chief mischief in her manner as she quaffed
daintily and returned the cup to him.
He sank upon one knee in exaggerated
homage, refilled it, rose and held it on
"To the woman I love," and looking
her full in the face drank it with one
mighty draught. She laughed con contentedly,
tentedly, contentedly, seating herself upon a boul boulder
der boulder while he took his place close at
hand where he could look her full
in the face and thus miss no detail of
her beauty. It was absolutely impos impossible
sible impossible for March to be alone with Doris
for any length of time without mak making
ing making love to her, and now he began
again with unblushing flattery.
"Doris, you are the sweetest pret prettiest
tiest prettiest most inconsistent most aggra aggravating
vating aggravating most adorable woman in the
world," he ejaculated between puffs
as he lighted a cigar. She nodded her
"All right. I don't care if I am.
What of it?"
"And in not marrying me you do not
know what you miss."
"Perhaps not. But a Miss is as good
as a Mrs. any time."
"Yet you do not seem to appreciate
the fact that here I am, young, strong,
handsome, prosperous, madly in love
with you and yearning for affection in
wholesale quantities in return. Any Anyone
one Anyone to see the way you ignore me
would think that lovers such as I
were a drug upon the market." She
let her chin fall upon her hands and
puffed out her cheeks.
"They are In my market," she re returned
turned returned conceitedly. "I've got lots of
'em. You see there are you and Clay
and Mr. Crass down east, who has a
private warehouse full of nothing but
money, who writes me such burning
letters that I have to keep them in the
ice chest if fear of spontaneous com combustion,
bustion, combustion, and
"I believe you are in love with Clay
after all," he interrupted sullenly, lit little
tle little knowing the other's proposal and
her answering letter. Immediately she
became airy, mischievous, totally un unsatisfactory,
satisfactory, unsatisfactory, reveling in the feminine
satisfaction of mastery over mere
man, yet with her conscience secretly
pricking her for tormenting him and
with the mental resolve that she
vould more than make amends for it
before the day was over. Not an ounce
of real cruelty was there in Doris'
whole being, nor any more vanity
than must of necessity abide in one
who was so persistently sought, she
being thankful for her beauty rather
than vain of it. but knowing in her
own heart that she was enjoying her
small tyranny over her suitors. Before
succumbing she enjoyed pricking them
slightly and watching them squirm for
a moment that she might by a touch
or a word make them whole again and
more content than ever. Therefore
"And suppose I were! And suppose
even that we were about to become
engaged! What of it? At least you
must admit that he also is young,
strong, handsome, prosperous and
yearning for affection in impossible
quantities He interrupted her im impatiently.
patiently. impatiently. "Oh, I suppose so from a woman's
viewpoint. But it seems to me in this
case I have a prior claim." Judicial Judicially
ly Judicially she thrust out her bosom.
"The mere fact of priority does not in
itself of necessity validate a claim," she
announced ponderously. "You see I
learned lots of law from Clay when he
had that broken rib. He read Black Black-stone
stone Black-stone to me. too." Again March
"But injustice and equity
"Justice, like charity, should besin
H ide ir.
favor of one or the other, or
3 OUt Of CO
wi'l mean the
d throw both
end of the'-
e is concerned. Yet
not intend by these
On V' ''' i
7 t V'f'-
si&reti was runy coai&at or the- fact
that Ek?ris was by no means blind to
such things. As for the girl, she ap appeared
peared appeared delighted at his coming and
promptly waved her hand in greeting,
while the newcomer touching his hat
and slightly quickening his speed dis dismounted
mounted dismounted before them with a bow to
her and a nod to her escort.
"Both unexpected and most agree agreeable,"
able," agreeable," he smiled. She motioned him
to seat upon an adjoining rock.
"So say we all. And you did not
leave the city after all your threats
and attempts to frighten me. What
happy chance led you this way?"
"I have no idea unless the secret
wish which I was cherishing mystical mystically
ly mystically guided my steed's feet upon the
path I was longing to pursue. How However,
ever, However, I assure you I had no idea of in intruding
truding intruding She laughed lightly.
"As if there could be such a thin?.
We were merely talking let me see.
what were we talking about?" she
challenged with a taunting glance at
March who sat unhappily. He wrin wrinkled
kled wrinkled his brow.
New Life Pills will relieve
promptly nd get your
bowels in healthy condition again.
John Supsic, of Sanbury, Pa., sajc:
'They are best pills I ever used,
an I 1 advise everyon to use them for
o.r.::ipat:on inJige-stlon ani liver
.laint." W'll help you. Price
Kc-.'-ommended by Ty dings &
w r hoot
the Woman I Love!"
words to m any ixmunr intimate v. nat
will bo her ultimate: decision.
"There!" she exclaimed triumpiiaiitly.
"What do you think of that? And I
learned it all from Clay."
"Speaking of the devil broke in
March with a disgusted movement of
his hand. She looked up quickly. A
couple of hundred yards away and
slowly approaching them upon his
horse was the omnipresent Tolliver
himself. Clean cut isv. erect in his
saddie, he presented as good a figure
upon a horse as one often sees, and
v a i ah :k it a. M iv 1 2.-
'-"! tinues warm and dry.
y-r. !' r. !..n-- returned
from .t iwo .xfK.-j vis't to
and oiiu r pi it south and
y-i-y. It. !' S:nith and .Miss Leola
S'iiit'.i wire shopping in Mieanopy
Thursday and dined with Miss Clarice
y :;- Hart .f Kd .-field. S. C.
'io a drummer for a larize cloth
Ii'iUKf, v--"? inu his aunt, Mrs. C. M.
Smith for a f-w week.-:.
Mr. !. ric- Smith HUrmled a party at
Fairfit M Friday Tiiurht.
-, r. and Mrs. L. M. Smith and family.
Mr. and Mrs. II. V. Smith. Mr. and .Mrs.
V. I', Smith and .Mr. 15. F. Long-. Mr.
McIVER & Mac KAY
WOT WEAR OUT.
Wonder what it is? Why It's noth nothing
ing nothing more than one of those
SPLENDID IRON BEDS
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 jrou
can in a year on some "body killers'
we know oL
in house furnishings are in demand
by those of artistic tastes. A visit
here will disclose
THAT IS DECORATIVE
but not overly dear. Merit is what
wins these days, and It's only merit
that gives us our liberal patronage.
MERIT IN FURNITURE
MERIT IN TRICE.
'c'-if -111 ;:.
IT; U f lriU
CONTRA CTORS AND
McIVER & MacKAY
da n ii i
M. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. C.
ant. faiiiiiv and Mr. Janus
Mrs. .1. V. l'.radley and
ill ail! and had a fish fry n
Saturday. The fish
if uJ a:..i i'wi;ked
with t !u ot l-r Ltno.i
ha l pre. i!'cd ma le a
t lijoye.l l.y all
to a finish
Attorney ai Law
Mimroe ik Chambliss Bldg.5
a w a j ii
e many ft
h are indeed
vt i .t,,,' h
a a i n
- !'-. .1. V.
v. lb art field
1 fen lerson's
Ming a series of
iends of Mrs. Tv X.
sorry she s still hav hav-pe
pe hav-pe she will soon Ve
lu-adlev, .. Curry
were taking veueta veueta-Sat
Sat veueta-Sat urday.
-f (lainesville filled
s appointment here
M'lVER & MAC KAY
Uoaerlakers and Em&aisnersj
fine Caskets and Burial Rdbes j
4). 1:. Mtm:n ami c. iioin:KTS j
11 Work Done ly Ijicensed Em-
balmers and Fuliy Guaranteed.
CharJU- Christnian of Mieanopy accom accom-panied
panied accom-panied Itev. Hea!it;eld.
Mr. ihiiilish and .i?.it-f and Mr. Ros-,.n'ierit-r
and sister of Tat-omw drove
i'!rod!i !:."ri' on a plesure trii Sunday
afternoon in Mr. Knurljsh's car.
Mr. and .Mrs. Charles jjynn and .son
T'lrn.i, and Mrs. lCrnest Lyles ajd
dauyiiter and Mr Smith of Gainesville,
ill drove tP.wn Suii'la in Mr. Mixson's
' .in !- one new Ford car and wore
quests .r" Mr. and Mrs. Ferdie Urututi.
Mr. .). V. May of ih'eanopy had the
misfortune to lose his car by fjre
while passing thnmuli here Thursday,
'e understand it was insured.
Gave Up Hope
"I suffered five years, with awful pains, due to woman?
ly troubles," writes Mrs. M. D. McPherson, from Chad Chad-bourn,
bourn, Chad-bourn, N. C "They grew worse, till I would often faint
I could not walk at all, and I had an awful hurting in my
side ; also a headache and a backache.
I gave up and thought I would die, but my husband
urged me to try Cardui, so, I began, and the first bottle
helped me. By the time the third bottle was used, J could
do all my work. All the people around here said I would
die, but Cardui relieved me."
For more than 50 years, Cardui has been relieving
woman's sufferings, and making weak women strong and
well. During this time, thousands of women have written,
like Mrs. McPherson, to tell of the really surprising results
they obtained by the use of this purely vegetable, tonic
remedy for women.
Cardui strengthens, builds, restores, and relieves or pre prevents
vents prevents unnecessary pain and suffering from womanly troubles.
If you are a woman, begin taking Cardui, today.
Write to: Ladies Advisory Dept. Chatttnoora Medicine Co.. Chattanooga, Tenn..
for Special Instructions, and 64-page book, "Home Treauaeat for Women." sent tree. J 4
0a oil s
Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly
The Old Standard vov.r r;;l tarenrth'n5tisr tonic
f,;;rVI"S TASTlILi .Si.ili TO.MC. Uiives oa
: i, .1 P'l ir-nMs '..p thi- s-; :
lv'.? chi!-;r';n. 5v
:i. A true 'lo:or. I-
D. B. .Mclver 104
:. V. Roberts 30b
Undertaking orfi.-B 47
If you wish to buy, sell,
lease, or exchange, it will
pay you to take the matter
up with me at once.
J. H. BRINS0N
W. C. BLANCHARD
CONTRACTOR AKU BUILDER
o. Hf;.v i ocaIjA. i t.
!!Y: VOI R r All I'AIXTEU
DR. D. M. B0NEY
j T!ay T.akp. May 14. We are having having-j
j having-j very pleasant weather and nice re re-l
l re-l freshin.-r showers this week.
! ilr. and Mrs. TTal U Vilan li.ivc
in jved im ih'.ur new home, which Mr.
Wilson has recently oomnleted. Mr.
Wilsm is the owner and manager of
the sawmill here.
Miss Donnie WaMron returned home
last week from Atlanta, Ga., where she
had an operation for appendicitis and
h-v much improved. Everybody is
ulaii to s'e her home ayain.
Mrs. O. Wells and cniidrtn of IIol IIol-lanilale
lanilale IIol-lanilale are spending a few days itii
Mrs. Well's sister, Mrs. W. ('. Kins Kins-l.y.
l.y. Kins-l.y. Mrs. It. I. Geiaer of Tampa is with
her parent?. Mr. and Mrs. I). M. Wal Wal-d
d Wal-d ion.
I Mrs. I'ratt and sister. Miss Flossie
i I'.tmeroy wfitt iij to Oranire Springs
j .Mr. I. M. Waldron made a business
i trip to Ocala V'ednediiy.
j Mrs. Dora Ilarlacher and daughter,
(Marie, visited Silver Fprinscs and Ocala
j Sunday and Monday.
I Mr. riuw Wilson and Miss Pomeroy
! drove over to Sparr Sunday,
j Tiotse who attended preachinsr at
Turner Farm Sunday niarht were K. F.
I..!;.; D..H- Wils..n. J. 15. and liiily Wal Wal-i
i Wal-i d:-'-n. Aii-Sv.- iCm ma Kklof. Mattie Wal Wal-idruu.
idruu. Wal-idruu. Marie Harlac-h-r.
; Mr. Italeiaii Waldron visited frienas
FLORIDA'S URBEST Hi BEST YEAH ROUND HOTEL
The Hotel you take your Mother, Wife or
HOME HOTEL OF THE STATF
AMERICAN PLAN $4.00 PER DAY AND UPWARD
EUROPEAN PLAN $1.50 PER DAY AND UPWARD
4. F. IHLS0N, ,Ass'I Mgr. TII0S. M. WILSON, Prop, and Mgr.
made a business
spt-nt last week
hrr f.usi'.-ui J r.x Jiodman.
Kal-.-iuii Waldron anl iisi Maud
n attended prt-iehin? at Turner
.! Waldr.n and Miss Viola
r wrre mad.' Ciirisrians Saturday
ini: iy Itev. David Mart?.ii. May
L..rd i.'les them nd carry
I am Opening a Candy Factory in Ocala
and will Give a Five Pound box of my Fa Famous
mous Famous Chocolates to the Lady that Sends
me the Best Name for it. All Answers
Must be Mailed to me by Noon,
SATURDAY, MAY 17th
C. Daniel WTiitf ielcl
Chattanooga, Tenn., May 27, 28 and 29, 1913
Sklii On Fire? southern railway
Optometry Office and Laboratory
9 to 12 a. m.. 1:20 to 4:30 p. m.
Rooms 2-6 Gary DulMlr.s. Ocala. Fix
"Queen of Sea Routes''
3IEKC !I W I V Jt MIXEIt?, TIIAX5. CO
Sa. annah. Halt imore, Philadelphia,
r.o-ton ami rrovldcuce
th rr.ill. simple wash, the wel,
D.D.D. Prescription for Eczen..
itch i frcce.
-A v :.i prove it.
We have sold other remedies for skli
Trr-'Me l.'t nor.e that we could guaran
Tl-f. as v.1 can the I'.D.D. reme-iy. I
t--; ::rst rf?'jiar size II. 00 bottle 3oe
ret uo -ixrrtly as we say, it will no
coit you a cfcGU
THE I'OSTOFFICE DRUGSTORE
OI LIE MORDIV MARKET OPEX
to ar. 3 :r
??? service; low
::. ;r;nc:p:ii points
r.arket rormerry Known as the
e Mor-iis is r.OTr open. Will keep on
ar.-3 a supply of fresh meats and sh
Orders by phone will receive prompt t
ittenticn. Phor.e number 215. Come
?j the oil stand anl be treated right
Yours respectfully. i
A3. OLLJE MORDIS. i
PKK.MifiK cai:i:ii:i: or tiii; south
Ollicial Route of Headquarters and Second Florida Division,
U. C. V.
ROUND TRIP FARE FROM OCALA $12.00
ritoroH riox vti;lv low trii kti from other points ix
FLO It I II V
SCH FIJI LP. OF -FLORID lr. C. V. Sl'I'.CMI." IX ROTH HIRECTIOXS WILL
HE AS FOLLOW T
Lfrave Jack.-onville. Southern Railway, Leave Chattanooara. .Southern Railway.
S:'-j v. :n., .May 26. t:15 p. in., .Mav 2'J.
Arrive Chattonoo.ro, .Southern Rail- Vrrive Jacksonville, Southern Railway,
way, 10:13 a. rn.. May J". 8:10 a. m.. May 20.
-r ro a
L. D. JONES,
Seminole Hotel, Jacksonville. Fla.
"Finest Coastwise TrIo In the World
jr-1 .avns of life will we at
Mr.: ilso anv umbrella.
The special train will consist of mlcrn vestibule coaches anl Pullmin
dra wing room sie;.intr care, anl will h .ersonally accompanied by a repre representative
sentative representative of the I'assenser Department of the Southern Railway. Also, the
un.lersis-n.-d Representatives of that liue will be glad to furnish any addi additional
tional additional particular and make I'ullman rc-ervations.
C. P. IIOTU K K, T. P. A fi. IC. PF.TTIT, I. P. A Jarkxomillr, Vln.
F. H. PIX!OX, T. P. A Tampi, Fla.; J. L. MEEK. A. ii. P. A Atlanta, fra.
CITV TICKET OFFICE COHXER H04. AXI FOUSVI H STREETS." TKI
PIIOXE XO. TI3 AXU 4011, J ACK?OX ILLE, FLA.
R. W. PARTRIDGE, A. D. AVI I.I.I A MS,
Major General, Commanding; Fla. Ilv. RrlKadier General, Commanding; Sad
I C. ., Montirello, Fla. RrlKade, JarWtionvllle, Fla.