For MI of the Homes
AT RIGHT PRICES
OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MAY 19, 1913
THE FURNITURE MEN
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t hand it to o.-.ila as a city
and one that ran show the
i.it they it :i v the goods to
i)c ill is an Indian word signifying
"we an show yovi." They certainly
showed iiw. I had b.t-n to this cijdtul
nf Marion eounty ln-fore, but had a
guide tit's time who knew the country
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involving the stomach and bowels.
To correct the trouble take
(THE POWDER FORM)
When the complexion is sallow and
you have spells of vertigo (blind stag staggers)
gers) staggers) on stooping or rising suddenly
and your bowels are irregular, with
much flatulence (wind in the bowels)
you a:e badly in need of Simmons
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cause of all the trouble and when the
liver is at fault, there is nothing more
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ditions conditions in the liver, stomach and
bowels; sweetens the breath, helps
digestion and brings back the ruddy
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Sold by Dealers. Price, large package, $1.00.
Mtk tor the iriine with the Red Z on the label.
If you cannot git it, remit to ua. w nl fu $ ty
VP infi'iuiil firm 1'if Uioti whn prefarUf
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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.
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er tnoth-er wife or sweet sweetheart,
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i v. -Office
Qvcr Munrqe & Cfenniblls I)aiik
J, E. GHAGE
Jlooras 9, 10 and 11, Second Floor,
DR. L, F. BLALOCK
OFFICE OVER COMMERCIAL.
J. G. PURVIS,
Offices over Nash's
Dry Goods Stove,
Ocala, - Florida
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. ON APPLICATION
P. O. BOX 46 OCALA. FLiA.
HAVE YOUIl CR PAINTEP
better, and who
boosters I have
the Golden :"tate.
was one of the best
ever seen outside of
where they raise 'em.
Ocala has been called the city of
brick. All of its principal business
buildings, th county court, house,
which is in the center of the city
square, and the streets are built of
brick. Truly Ocala is a brick city.
One of the proudest boasts of the
oil timers is that Ocala was built up
entirely with local capital. It has
never been in the boom city class, has
never advertised for settlers. In fact,
lias no lands to sell in large quantities
such as a colonizer would demand.
They also boast at Ocala that while
the freeze hurt them it did not break
them, and they are now in a position to
launh at free"e.
There was a time when Ocala was
one of the very largest citrus shipping
points in Florida. Now it does not pos possess
sess possess a single citrus packing house. The
people wetit out of the citrus business
entirely following the big catastrophe
of 18!-.". Of course it was very disas disastrous
trous disastrous for a time, and to many people.
Land that sold in producing'
upwards of $2,000 an acre could be
had for $10 an acre. One piece of cit citrus
rus citrus property consisting of 160 acred of
land was given in exchange for a
ticket to. Cincinnati, Tne whole coun country
try country was dowp and out, but those peo people
ple people who could not get away resolutely
set to work along, other lines, and they
have built up one of the finest farming
and cattle countries in the state of
I wish that some of our scrub-stock
friends could see the splendid Jersey
cows and Rerkshire hogs this county
produces. I did not see a long horn
while I was there, and but mighty few I
razor-backs. Some of their hogs have
been erossbetj with the- ranorback,
and they make a good hog. All of this
stock is confined to pastures, and the
scientific farmer of that section knows
just how to rotate crops to make feed
and pasture for his animals. He knows
the soil will grow the feed; he knows
he can get fine milk cows, good beef
cattle and weighty hogs for market.
He will raise peanuts in one field, and
when they are ready will turn his stock
in. In others he will raise bea,ns, eanT
taloupes. watermelons. tc. the vines
j i T r
to be left for the cattle, the melon to
go to market and the ians to proyide
a nutrit'uos food fur the animals to
help out the pasture supply,
I saw one of the finest dairy barns
and silos near Ocala that I ever saw
anywhere in any state. The barn was
as clean as mother's kitchen, with ce
ment floors, and iron stanchions. This
is where the milking is clone, and
where the cows are fed with the bean
mixture or the product of the silo. The
laily record of every cow. is taken in
pounds. When milked they are again
turned out to pasture, living out o.f
doors at all times. These cattle are
immune to the tick.
saw a poultry farm where over
3.000 pure bred chicken are scientifi
cally handled, lHirlnsr the tourist sea
son every eyg that this farm produces
Is taken by one of the big hotels on the
west coast. At other times they sell
locally and bring five cents a dozen
more than other eggs, and are eager eagerly
ly eagerly sought for.
It was the splendid rolling lnds of
Ocala that impressed me th most. At
times I cp.uV!l e glimpses of the
l?erkliire Hills of Massachusetts as
my eye wandered over the rolling OV OV-clad
clad OV-clad country. Op&la, is largely, a, haruT
mock section, the P,in being conspicu conspicuous
ous conspicuous by. its. absence, the oa,k every everywhereand
whereand everywhereand the tall and stately nalmeti
to in evidence at all times.
We skjmmed along to the ta.rn.QUi
Silver- Springs, five miles from Ocala.
This spring now an unbelievable num number
ber number of gallons of water a minute. In
fact, it forma a large river; how large
can be guessed when I state that a
New York cruising yacht was tied up
here, and that a regular passenger
boat plies daily between Silver Springs
Over hill ant 3ow.n dle run the, fih
roads of 'Marion county, 'ihey are
matte o; l(m rock taken from the
county. 3 own pit, the work being done
by the convicts. We visited one cou.
vict camp, and watched ih uuwHltna
workers 33 ihey tft"f down the rock
from the walls with their picks. The
quarry was fully fifty feet deep and,
hundred yards across. A wa a solid
sheet of limfsttiR. This is a soft rock
(Concluded on Fourth Pagel
Prominent F. T. I. Leader
tlrrNHFiI a Large .t herlnn at the
Temple Sunday livening"
Mrs. Mabel H. Stevens, who Sunday
night at the Temple theater was greet-
ted by an audience that completely
.filled the lower part of the house, ranks
as a state evangeli.-t of the Woman's
Christian Temperance Union, and prov-
to be a splendid elocutionist, and the'
possessor of a fine voice, the faintest
whimper of which could be heard in
the farthest corner of the
splendid orchestra rendered several
beautiful selections which added much
to the pleasure of the occasion. Mrs.
W. T. Gary, the president of the local
union, was in charge of the cere ceremonies
monies ceremonies and introduced the speaker,
while the Kev. W. II. Coleman invoked
the divine blessing.
Mrs. Steven's began by reading the
7th chapter of Ilosea, and gave an out-
groves atlline of his unfortunate matrimonial
career, and then delivered an address
on Christian citizenship, dividing her
subject into three sections: Knowledge,
Loyalty and Work. She said it was the
duty of every well meaning citizen" of
any town to have a thorough knowl knowledge
edge knowledge of all matters tending to the up upbuilding
building upbuilding of that town, to be filled with
an earnest loyalty to the town, and to
be always busy in promoting its best
interest, and along tbis line she paid
her respects to a knocker and inti intimated
mated intimated that if one of that fraternity
had a spark of manhood or decency
left he would fold his tents and hunt
up a new pasture. She drew a vivid
picture of a man who devoted all of
nis energies to nis business and home
but none for the public good, and said
he would always be found on the roll
of some church, and that while he con contributed
tributed contributed to the necessary expenses of
said church he was governed not by
what lie could afford or as a full return
for the blessings received, but entirely
by what some other member contribut
ed, which was a seltish proceeding al
She, explained her position on the
suffrage question, that while she was
not advocating the cause yet if the
right to vote was given to women she
would always be found depositing a
ballot for every reform that tended to
the saving of boys and girls. She gave
the words of a Floridian whom she
termed a cracker woman who in speak-
ing of men doing all t'e voting said, i
"if the men have found something they I
lean do without the help of the women.
for goodness sake let them d it
She told of tiie worK being done by
the W. C. T. l in receiving and assist assisting
ing assisting emigrants as they first set foot on
American soil and said that those who
object to the numbers who land here
every week forget that it is but a
few generations back since their own
ancestors left their native land and
came to this country to better their
condition even as the emgirants of to today
day today are doing; the difference, however,
being that a very large percentage of
those no"w landing stay in large citiefc
and drift into sweat shops. Of the
horrors of these shops and factories,
and the slums in which these people
live, and the wa.y they are crowding.
back other homes and places of busi business
ness business she gave a graphic description
and said that in the city of Has ton five
churches had been PUihed out of their
original neighborhood and were now
used as saloons.
In a, most dramatic manner- Mrs.
Stevens described te scenes she lid
witnessed hi her visits to various prjs prjs-ons
ons prjs-ons and insane asylums, and while
much of it was the work of the saloon.
yet she charged that the neglect of
mothers in the care and oversight of
was responsible for a
great deal of it; children are allowed
on the streets at all hours, they are
permitted to read any kind of books
and to sing rag-time ribald songs of
the most vicious kind while their
mothers are busy with their clubs,
bridge parties and social functic-.ui sen sen-erally.
erally. sen-erally. Children demand recreation but
mothers should sve to It that it is not
turne iaty' a vicious indulgence.
A remarkable fact stated hy the
speaker was that 75 per cc-kii of the bad
women of the country were from (sn,
called) respectable homes, where thev
had been given all the advantayrs of
our schools and churches, but had not
been adyised or controlled by parents,
but allowed to spend their time and
choose their companions as their own.
pleasures might dictate, and the result
was as stated tha they had given
their lives tq dPQivdation anJ yicious yicious-nes.
nes. yicious-nes. Speaking as a mother and a re-
former she uraed and pleaded with the
motners to nave a closer watch over
i the live- of thu.-e she had brought into
Reading from reports of several doc doctors
tors doctors as to the results of alcohol on the
Iranian system, she declared that if its
u.-e ana abuse continues tne country
would be bankrupt in manhood and
she mentioned the fact that the stand stand-jard
jard stand-jard of height for eligibles in the Unit Unit-jed
jed Unit-jed States army which was originally
(five feet six inches, had been gradually
I reduced until today a man need Vie but
(five feet tall to be a soldier of Uncle
jSam, alo that the birthrate in this
'country during the past few years had
been reduced in native American fam families
ilies families thirty-three and one-third per
cent., a small ealeulation showing
where he will be in three years.
HALLV AT ItRDDICK
Temperance People Will Have an Im Important
portant Important .Meet Inc; e.t Tuesday
f'n the evening of Tuesday, May 20.
the W. C. T. F. of Tieddiek will give a
temperance rally at the Methodist
church. A very interesting program
has been arranged and all who attend
will be assured a most pleasant and
profitable evening. After the exer exercises
cises exercises are over the congregation will
retire to the grove and ice cream will
be sold. Kvtrybudy is cordially invited.
We offer one hundred dollars reward
for any case of catarrh that cannot be
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J.
CHENEY & Co.. Toledo, Ohio.
We, the undersigned, have known F.
J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be believe
lieve believe him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions, and financially
able to carry out any obligation made
by his firm. Walding Rinnan & Marvin,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh 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 battle. Sold by all druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con constipation.
stipation. constipation. Ad.
If you want a well, have a good one
and let S. H. Christian do your work.
Adv. May 21.
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. Ilegulates bladder troub
les m children. Ji not sold by your
druggist, will be sent by mail on re
ceipt of $1. One small bottle is two
months treatment and seldom falls to
perfect a cure. Send for testimonials
from this and other states. Dr. M W.
Hall. 20:6 Olive street, St. I.ouls Mo,
Sold by all bruggists. Ad
Big lot of br-tnd new designs in wash
ties just in at Kivers' Harrington Hall
Haberdashery. T hey are all guaranteed
fast colors, and the price is two for :
Attorney at Law
I Second Floor,
Munroe & Chambliss Bldg.j
J. H. 8RINS0N
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EVERYTHING IN REAL.
OCALA - FLORIDA
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Third District Mut Decide Between
Mr. J. V. IJavI and Dr. T. K.
In response to a call of the chairman
of the county democratic executive
committee, the eight precincts compos composing
ing composing the third commissioners' district
were represented at a meeting held in
the city hall Saturday.
The object of the meeting was to de decide
cide decide what plan should be adopted for
rf commending a successor 'to Commis Commissioner
sioner Commissioner Mayo, resigned.
Mr. W. T. Gary, chairman of the
county committee, was elected chair chairman
man chairman of the meeting.
The following gentlemen were pres present
ent present representing their districts: W.
Allsop. Stanton; George Mclean. Cand Candler:
ler: Candler: J. M. Neely. proxy for Dr. W. H.
Henry (who appeared later). Iake
Weir; Chas. E. Lucius. Levon : George
Lovell, Pedro; Fred G. Buhl, Shady
Grove; J. W. Davis, Summerfield; D. C.
A special committee composed of
Messrs. Standley, Lucius and Buhl was
appointed to draft resolutions recom recommending
mending recommending plans for getting the expres expression
sion expression of the voters in the various pre precincts
cincts precincts as to whom they wanted for
commissioner. After an adjournment
of an hour to allow the committee to
do its work, the convention met and
took up the committee's report. The
report, which called for precinct pri primaries,
maries, primaries, was adopted, but later this
action was rescinded.
A resolution offered by Dr. Henry,
allowing each committeeman to ascer
tain the wishes of his precinct in any
manner he saw fit, was unanimously
Adjournment was then taken until
next Saturday, the 24th, when each
committeeman is expected to make a
report upon the results of his efforts
to find the will of his precinct in the
matter. The meeting will be held at
o'clock in the city council chamber.
There are apparently only two eandi-
lates in the field at present, Dr. T. K.
Slaughter of Levon. ami .1. W. Davis,
of Summerfield. However, a motion
before the meeting allows anyone
wishing to become a candidate for the
position to send his name to the coun county
ty county chairman, who will in turn furnish
all names submitted to the various
precinct committeemen. There seems
to be considerable friendly rivalry ex
isting in the district and no doubt an
expression of the entire democratic
voting strength will be presented at
the meeting next Saturday.
WONDERFUL SKI.'I SALVE
Bucklen's Arnica Salve is known
everywhere as the best remedy made
for all diseases of the skin, and also
for burns, bruises and bolls. Reduces
inflammation and is soothing and heal healing.
ing. healing. J. T. Sossarnan, publisher of the
News, of Cornelius, N. C, writes:
that on box helped his serious skin
ailment after other remedies failed.
Only 25 cents. Recommended by Tyd Tyd-ings
ings Tyd-ings & Co. Ad.
DRUGGISTS' ENORMOUS (?) PROFITS
It is one of the popular fallacies of
our times that the druggist of today
makes enormous profits. He doesn't,
however. If he makes 10 per cent on
his volume of business he" is doing
"pretty well, thank you."
The idea of large drugstore profits
arose when medicines consisted large largely
ly largely of herbs, roots. leaves and other
primitive substances, their fiuidextracts
and tinctures, and when there were
but few expensive products. Synthetic
cbemistry, antitoxins, proprietary spe specialties
cialties specialties and other innovations have
within ihe past two or three decades
operated to reduce drug: profits to the
Gross profits are somewhat larger
in the drugstore than in the grocery
and hardware store because the volume
of sales is necessarily smaller as ex
pressed in dollars and the ratio of ex expenses
penses expenses is necessarily higher. Ten per
cent net on a forty-dollar-a-day busi busi-iess
iess busi-iess will give the druggist ?4 a day
add to his profit account and this
is better than the average store. Of
course, ordinary wages for the drug druggist,
gist, druggist, interest on capital employed and
every other item of expens is taken
care of before net profits ean be deter determined.
mined. determined. This brief exposition of the subject
effectually disposed of the enormous
(?) pratti of the drugstore. They may
have existed in ye olden tyme, but they
are not in evidence now. When the
price of a prescription or an article of
merchandise seems to be high, just dis discuss
cuss discuss the matter with the druggist in a
friendly manner. He will willingly ex explain
plain explain to you the reasons for hi .?arge,
because in the handii:. of his compli complicated
cated complicated and exacting business and in ren rendering
dering rendering expert services to you, all he Is
f.guring for is his average 10 per cent
ret. The National Association of Re Retail
tail Retail Druggists is a business organiza organization
tion organization which is helping him to do this.
The drugstore is a center of lntorma lntorma-tion
tion lntorma-tion and accommodation for the public.
If you can't find anything you want
anywhere else, you go to the drug drugstore
store drugstore for it. The druggist is the pub public's
lic's public's handy man. a semi-public official
without pay. Do not begrudge him his
10 per cent net for the service he ren renders
ders renders to you and your community.
PICNIC AT TMtXKll'S POXD
basket picnic at
June 20. There
those who enjoy
forget the date,
invited to attend a
Turner's Pond Friday,
will be dancing for
this pleasure. Don't
Friday, June 20th, at
SOMETHING THAT AVON" T BREAK
Ladies, it if a corny 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.
20c Tin Robin Hood Sliced Apricots 15c
30c Tin Robin Hood Apricots 25c
20c Tin Royal Scarlet Tomatoes 15c
30c Tin Robin Hood Pears 25c
35c Package Royal Scarlet Raisins 25c
IF. E. IVIcCLAlIME, IVt. D
SPECIALIST IN CHRONIC DISEASES
THE Dr. MCLANE MEDICAL, SURGICAL
AND ELECTRICAL INSTITUTE
PHONES Office, Xo. 333. Dr. McCIane's Residence, No. 407.
Office Suite 1 to 7, Holder Block. Southwest Corner Public Square.
MANY GOOD IB
For Advancement and Development of
Florida uRKented and Explained
lT Mr. V. II. Mann
The Board of Trade met Saturdar
night in the court room of the court
house to hear the talk of Mr. W. IL
Manns, president of secretary of the
Southern Settlement and Development
Organisation. The attendance was not
a large one, but a good number of rep representative
resentative representative citizens were present.
Secretary Rooney stated the object
of the meeting and gave a brief his history
tory history of the organization what it is
and what it proposed to da He is a
charter member of the organization
and is thoroughly posted oa its work.
He then introduced Mr. Manns, who
spoke for an hour or more and held
the closest attention of his audience.
Mr. Manns stated that his organiza organization
tion organization was composed of the presidents
and other officials of most of the rail railroads
roads railroads of the south, the governors of
the southern states and a member from
each state appointed by the governor
of that state, Mr. Rooney being: the
appointee from Florida.
(Concluded on Second Page)
IDE OF COURT HOUSE
OCAtA T3T15a STAKV MOX&IY, UV 19, 10i3
OGALA EVENING STAR
mttlBger A. Carroll, Proprietor
It. II. Carroll, General Manager
Port V. LeavfBKOod, Unlne Slanager
'catcif with the gwuds on. Ait 'iy. fea
ture of ihf matter wJs tht the alarm
was sent in while the meeting at the
Temple was in progress. ranging
some confusion, and impres.insr 4 num number
ber number of the V. C. T. U. ladies with the
opinion that there was some design to
interrupt their .service.
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered In the. postofflce at Ocala.
ria.,' as second class matter.
All hope of Mr. Flagler's recovery
seems to be abandoned.
(The Star is so crowded with local
news and advertisement today that it
has no room for anything else.
Collier's Weekly praised Senator N.
I'. Bryan of Florida very highly for
his stand In regard to the tariff on oranges.
An interview of a number of the bus business
iness business men Indicates that business is on
the up-grade again after a few weeks'
The New York World would nomi nominate
nate nominate Theodore Roosevelt for king of
Albania. Well, Albania might do
If we could only see ourselves as
others see us. we would grin often and
weep sometimes, but we would seldom
wear a really happy smile.
We should judge by the race war
talk that floats over the wires from
Japan that the Japs do not understand
the race question any better than the
American abolitionists did sixty years
Speaker Farrls of the Florida House
of Representatives, is a gentleman and
a statesman, but when he tried to make
Florida override the constitution of the
United States by nullifying the four fourteenth
teenth fourteenth and fifteenth amendments, he is
biting off more than he can chew.
hUV (i'lOD MK.W KE
VAU KI) APPKKCI TIOV
Editor Star: I am prompted to drop
you a line or two, expressing my un unqualified
qualified unqualified approval of your article ir
daily issue of 12th inst. under head of
"Rallots as Well as Bouquets."
It is one of the best productions
along this line that I have ever seen.
You have done yourself credit, and I
only regret that I can't be close
enough to shake your hand in person.
So please accept a shake at this dis distance.
tance. distance. With best wishes generally, I am
sincerely yours. K. I Carney.
iDJOt KKI) I" III. U it MX
hi: hkimikkms the state
Tampa will feel indebted to Repre Representative
sentative Representative Ij'Kngle for his vigilance In
the matter which resulted in the dis discovery
covery discovery of the adroit scheme and its
frustration. Tampa Tribune.
(Continued from First Page)
Tile organization does n-: buy or sell
real estate or any th-r property nor
was it organized for profit or ever in intend
tend intend to make any profit out of its work.
It is no more interested in one por portion
tion portion of the outh than in another, and
intends to develop and promote all s,-- j standing committees, made their an an-tions
tions an-tions alike. It Ls incorporated, not for nual reports. The amount of work
profit, under the laws of the state of I done in t-ach department was intense-
Maryland, and that state's legislature I ly uratifying and the knowledge of the
I,at Myelins; for the Season of tta
Womnii'H (lu It Election of Offieert
for the Entiloc 1ar
The last rezular business meeting of
t h Woman's Club was held Saturday
fternoun. Mrs. Jack Camp presiding.
The club officers and chairmen of all
a ni.owixc; wei a
Mr. Sam Christian hasn't struck any
more oil wells since the first of April,
but lie struck a blowing well the other
day. In sinking a well for Mr. Shearer I vantages of the South through litera
voted -"0.000 towards the expenses or
The object of the organization is to
ss-et a strong state organization in each
ot the states where one ha not already
been made and a sub-oraniaztion in
each county in that state. An organiza organization
tion organization was effected in Jacksonville early
last week and $10,000 pledged to the
work. He wanted Marlon county to
organize and rais-- $5,000 and asked Mr.
Z. C. Chambliss to act as the financial
committeeman for this county. Mr.
Chambliss declined to do so until after
he had looked further into the matter,
especially of the state organization.
Mr. Manns stated that neither he or
any other officer of the organization
from headquarters received one cent of
this money they are all paid a salary
from the head organization.
Some of the work of the organiza organization,
tion, organization, to be more explicit, than the
general promotion of the South, is to
ai tract the better class of immigra immigration
tion immigration to our states, to exploit the ad-
things accomplished has inspired each ;
member of the club with the desire to I
make greater efforts for the next year.
cluo is in excellent
Siown by the treas-
condition also, as
Miss Mays, of the legislative commit committee,
tee, committee, read a very interesting letter from
Mr. Lii:ht. representative from Mar Marion
ion Marion county, regarding the state reform
school at Maria,nna. Mr. Light was on
the committee sent to investigate this
This bank realizes its duties to the public, and endeavors at all times to
render all possible assistance in time of need.
Its loans have been distributed in small amounts over a large territory, en enabling
abling enabling the farmers to make their crops.
We are cognizant of the fact that the prosperity of all classes depends up upon
on upon the farms of our country.
We have endeavored to be of service to the community at large, beliveing
that "bread cast upon the waters will return."
The Mtmroe & CluamMIss Bank.
The Star is willing for West Flori Florida
da Florida to set up a state for itself if it
wants to, but the proposition to cut
the state of South Florida off the pen peninsula
insula peninsula is too much of a fool thing. Old
as we are, we are prepared to draw a
side-stick to keep South Florida in the
Messrs. J. W. York of Massachusetts,
George DeVere of New York, J. M.
Green of Fort Valley, Ga., C. T. Mc McDonald
Donald McDonald of Chicago and J. P. Greenleaf
of Jacksonville are among the enter enterprising
prising enterprising commission men at the Harrington.
The eight-months-old boy baby of
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Carpenter was
brought to the hospital Saturday eve evening
ning evening with gastritis, and died a few
hours later. Mr. and Mrs. Carpenter
are residents of Oak. Their friends
sympathize with them deeply in the
loss of their little one.
A member of the council informed
the Star today, that It was his opinion
that if the council demanded it, the
water company would accept $3",000
for the plant. As the Star has said be before,
fore, before, it hlnks buying the water works
for $42,500 is a good stroke of busi business.
ness. business. Of course if they can be obtain obtained
ed obtained for less, it will be better business.
The Star is willing to leave the de decision
cision decision with the councilmen, who are all
good business men and desirous of do doing
ing doing their best for the city.
on the old Williams place eight miles
northwest of town, when the drill was
down 100 feet, it met a current of air.
which lias blown out steadily ever
since. The well is now fin'shed. It is
128 feet deep, and a good supply of wa water
ter water is pumped from it, but the wind
continues to come without any pump pumping.
ing. pumping. And there is nobody missing from
the last primary bunch.
nWVAIUJ MHCII OF
THE OCA I. A
ST A It.
The Ocala Star is one of Florida's
best and cleanest newspapers. In the
progress and development of Ocala and
Marion county it has proved an im important
portant important factor. It leads important
movements, and its political policies
are characterized by a desire to do the
greatest good to the people. Ably ed edited
ited edited and with firm convictions, it can cannot
not cannot be corrupted by advertisements or
through any other source. Ocala is
fortunate in having the Star, and the
Star is fortunate in bringing into its
family I. V. Leavengood, who thoro thoroughly
ughly thoroughly understands the business end of
The business interests of Ocala
should stand behind the Star, because
it has long been a potent factor for
Ocala and Marion county's good. It is
the kind of a newspaper that the peo people
ple people trust. It is progressively Demo Democratic,
cratic, Democratic, and is edited by Carroll and
Benjamin, two of Florida's most trust trustworthy
worthy trustworthy Democrats. Dixie congratu congratulates
lates congratulates the Star in adding Mr. Leaven Leaven-good
good Leaven-good to the paper. Being Ocala's pro progressive
gressive progressive democratic newspaper, it has
a broad field for usefulness. It is not
the "Mee-too" of the Times-Union, and
it is always ready to battle for the
right against the wrong. Ocala 1 one
of Florida's most important cities;
the Star one of Florida's important
ture and agricultural and commercial
exhibits in the principal cities of
Kurope from which the desirable emi emigrants
grants emigrants come, to instruct and guide
these people when .they arrive and
not let them fall into Jhe hands of
scheming land agents and waste their
money and time in agricultural meth methods
ods methods that are not suited to this coutifry.
jTo attract capital to the different
states, to develop our natural resources
and to find out by the Investigations
of experts what we have in fhe way
of natural resources. To instruct our
farmers and stock growers in scien scientific
tific scientific and practical methods. To find the
best markets to takj? our produce to
and have that product prepared and
shipped in a condition that wotijd
command the best price.
Mr. Mantis showed that the possibil
ities for good from this organization
are many and widespread for the
South, and with the proper effort ami
concert of action between ;he different
states of the Soutli and the ctwnties of
the states, better conditions can be
brought about in the entire country,
hundreds of thousands of new settlers
and millions of dollars of new capital
from the north of our own count rif and
from the countries of Kurope.
No county organization was made
Saturday night, but it is expected that
one will be perfected at an early date.
there are .-imply deplorable
of .-everal recommendations the com-
mittee will make, one of which is to j
change the name to the industrial
school, with the hope that such laws J
will lie enacted as to make it all the
name stands for.
On account of the unvarying cour courtesy
tesy courtesy Mr. Light .has shown the club, and
the interest he has manifested in all
measures supported by the club, he
was tendered a unanimous vote of
After transacting one or two matters
of new business, the club proceeded to
the election of officers for .the coming
year, ith the result that Mrs. C. R.
Tydinus was unanimously chosen as
The other officers eleetfd were:
Mrs. Charles Lloyd, first vice presi president;
dent; president; Mrs. W. K. Zewadski. second
vice president: Mrs. (i. T. Maughs. re recording
cording recording secretary: Mrs. 75. Jf. Seymour,
corresponding' secretary; Mrs. V,
J. F. JENKINS,
G. I v. WILLIAMS,
I- M. WILLIAMS.
Jo JKHKIHS GO
General Building Contractors
303 Osceola Street, Ceala, Fla. PHONE 389- Block Northeast of Postoffice
THE VERY BEST OF EVERVTHIXG IX BUILDING COXSTRUCTJOV
We are prepared to handle all branches of Building Work, no matter how large or small. offer Qr
services and materials. Carpentry. Masonry, Brick and Stone, Plumbing. Steam Fitting, Lathing and PJas PJas-ering,
ering, PJas-ering, Roofing, Blacksniithing. Special Iron Work, and all other branches of building.
We Oirer to the Trade Lime, Cement, Blaster, Hoofing, Sewer Piie, Plumbing and Steam Fitting Supplies nml
Building Brick, Both Common and Pressed.
question coming before the club for
jj i consideration.
O. T. Green, au- 1 uesoivea, I hat y iter cnarming ana
Helvenston. press winsome personality &ne has won the
heart or every club woman and bound
them to her with "hooka of steel.''
Resolved, That while expressing our
deep regret at her giving up the posi position
tion position of leadership in the club, we also
g which we know will be
Cam. tvisurer: Mrs.
ditor: Mrs. t; T.
After the election, th allowing res resolutions
olutions resolutions were enthusiastically fc4.onted:
Whereas. Mrs. Jack Camp, presldef
of the Woman's Club of Ocala. on ac
count of home duties, declines to stand ln8,t
for re-election; therefor-, be it
itesoivfil. That in Mrs. Cam- this
pleasing to her, that is, to pledge our
loyalty and active support ,to the worn-
r;iu-:.T salk wim,
co mm KM'p v e n x i: sday
Dig lot of brand new designs In wash
ties just in at Rivers' Harrington Hall
Haberdashery. They are all guaranteed
fast colors, and the price is two for 25
Mr, William E. Allen, one of Mcin
tosh's leading citizens and business
men, is in the city today. He says ev
erything is on the move In his section
of Marion county and that the resi
dents of Mcintosh are highly elated
over the fact that they will soon be in
corporated, both houses of the legisla
ture having a few days ago voted fav
orably upon a bill to that effect. Just
when the first officers of the new town
will be appointed by the governor Is
not known, but probably within a very
short time. These officers will serve
until the first election.
At a meeting held In Toklo and other
Japanese cities last week, violent war
talk against the United States was in
dulged in by many speakers, some of
whom declared that the time had ar
rived when the Japanese must be giv given
en given equal treatment with other peoples,
and the speakers condemned aggres
Blons of the whites in the world
against the colored races, the instance
being given of the lynching of negroes
In the Southern states. Prof. Xagal,
of Weseda University, said: "God
made the white and the colored peoples
equal. Unless we claim equality, we
shall fall to carry God's wishes."
Mr. William II. Manns, vice-president
and general manager of the Southern
Settlement & Development Organiza Organization,
tion, Organization, and Secretary Rooney of the
Board of Trade, left Sunday for Tal Tallahassee.
lahassee. Tallahassee. Some important matters are
coming up in the legislature Monday
relative to the work of the develop development
ment development organization in this state, which
is of vital importance to every citizen.
Mr. Mannn, being a new comer to our
state and not knowing the legislators,
insisted that Mr. Rooney go with him.
"J. D." has been through the mill so
often he is thoroughly conversant with
the "language" used in Tallahassee,
and he always wins his point. We
hope he will this time.
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.
TV COnil TKMl'LK TOM (JUT.
The great sale of Mr. Joseph Mal Mal-ever's
ever's Mal-ever's Globe store will commence t
8:30 o'clock Wednesday morning. May
21st. The store will be closed all day
tomorrow getting ready for the sale.
For several days past a force of a doz dozen
en dozen salesmen and saleswomen have been
busy marking and arranging the goods
for the big sale. Mr. Malever wants
us to make the statement, and he will
back it up with his store full of goods,
that while he not going out of busi business,
ness, business, nor selling out his stock with
that end in view, lie vil guarantee
you to sell you goods cheaper than any
other ttore in the city at any shio or
at any Mnw and still he will make m
reasonable profit on his goods.
The store will be closed tomorrow all
day and will open its doors at 8:"0
o'clock Wednesday morning. May "1st.
Watch for and read the big two-page
advertisement in tomorrow's Star.
club has had a president of exceeding an elected to be her successor
wisdom, judgment and efficiency.
Resolved, That in her just and im impartial
partial impartial rulings she has accorded to ev every
ery every member an eual chance on everv
The Slickest Electric
Mrs. E. Van Hood,
Chairman tleajjh Department.
Mrs. Camp made a mot gncjou,s
rr j farewell address to the club, in vhic
jshe told us of her Jtpen interest in all
our work and ot wnat the pasj: year
as our ieader has meant to her. hp
thanked the ciub for the warm and
able support always accorded her nd
made several excellent recommenda recommenda-tin.
tin. recommenda-tin. Mrs. Hot-kpr told us of her visit to
ma-. f i i w r I r.
MOtOr IOr SeWlIlg maCIlineS Gainesville this wk, here she was
nn thp M'irlcpr Phnrm n the uest of honor at the 'anuu,; ban ban-Oil
Oil ban-Oil me Marnei. rnone us MUpt of the Twentieth century ciuo.
for a Demonstration, jsiie also t?d us a mtie of the ciub
work- there. While in Gainesville Mrs.
Ask to see our Stoves nockpr was the guest of Mrs. j. m.
After this followed a very pleasant
social hour, during which delicious ice
cream and angel food were served by
the hostesses for the afternoon, Mrs.
p. V. Leavengood and Mrs. Minnie
and Ranges. We will Save
Agents for the Stand Standard
ard Standard 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
OCALA FURNITURE CD.
MAY MILLINERY SALE
As our stock of Spring and Summer Millinery is much too arge to
carry through the long summer months we have decide dto sell all
our Trimmed Hats at greatly reduced prices lion
Saturday, Mayll7h topaylM
On account of the extreme lo? prices whiclj will prevail during tjds
sate, nplhing: ynl he charged. Pvery purchase must he for casl,
I Commercial Bank Bldg. Opaja, Fla.
In the notice of the Kastern Star
meeting published Saturday instead of
'.his chapter inspecting those ac Fort J y
McCoy and Mcintosh it should haveiY
read "institute chapters" at these two
Shoe polish of every description can
hi: found at the Court Pharmacy. If it
is shoo p.olish, they havp it. Adv.
gouth Atlantic League,
TO THE FIRST 25 LADIES
We will sell 1 Enameled
Coffee Pot, regular price 50c
Opening Morning ONLY at
UP TT Cs" TuT U? TT SCQ
DAIRY and KITCHEN SALE
Begins Saturday and continues through the whole month of May
Supply your Dairy and Kitchen NOW
TO THE FIRST 25 LADIES
Monday morning at 9 o'clock
4 cakes Octagon Soap for 10c
4 cakes Export Soap for 10c
4 boxes Gold Dust for 10c
4 boxes Grand Ma for 10c
It looks even from the pases of the
Tampa newspapers as though if Tarn
p.. regains her rights in the customs
matter it will be largely attributable
to the never-say-die fijihtincr ijualities
of Claude L.'Knele. And if so, we
wonder if the Tampa editors
will cease that measly treatment of a
worthy brother editor that they have
indulged in for years, knowing all the
time It was undeserved and a thing to
ba ashamed of. St. Petersburg Times.
We notice that the Tribune in its
Sunday issu actually hints that
Mr. IEngle is entitled to some praise
for his course in the customs district
matter, so maybe It will some time be
gin to give his policy as a democratic
congressman the treatment it is en
titled to. One thing is certain, and
that ls that LEngle's critics do them
selves more harm than they do him.
The people that sent him to Congress
understand the reason for the attacks
on him. and are determined that he
shall have a fair show to prove his
About 8:45 last evening, the firebell
ranjr. and the firemen, turning out with
their usual vim, made a quick run to
Pausett's. only to find they had been
called out by a false alarm. An inves investigation
tigation investigation by the marshal this morning
resulted in the arrest of Mr. Alex
Wooda of the Banner office. Mr. Har Harris
ris Harris promptly went on Mr. Woods' bond,
and the latter says he can explain
when the case comes before the re recorder.
corder. recorder. There have been a number of
false alarms sent In lately, and the au authorities
thorities authorities are Inclined to make an ex ex-&mjl
&mjl ex-&mjl of the first culprit they can
Colors assorted, red, brown, blue and
oak mixtures. Regular price, 25c,
HOWLS AX1 PITCHER
$1.00 value 79c
$1.50 value 08c
STONE SLOP JARS
$1.00 value 79c
$1.25 value 98c
Oood 25c table cloth now
Good u5c table cloth now.
Good 5 0c table cloth now.
Good 75c table cloth now.
Good $1 table cloth now.
. 1 3c yd
$1.35 size now
$1.75 size now
$2.00 size now
Also netting by the yard.
REST GALVANIZED ICE CRJUM
1 quart, regular $1.50. now... $1.29
2 quart, regular $2.00, now. .$1.9
1 quart, regular $1.50, now... $1.39
2 quart, regular $2.25, now... $1.75
3 quart, regular $3.00, now... $2.39
4 quart, regular $3.50, now... $2.89
4 quart, regular $4.75, now. .$3.69
Contains articles worth up to 25c,
liig Milk Buckets,
Big Dish Pans,
Gray Enameled Sauce Pans,
Big Sugar Cans,
Big Stove Pans,
Cups and Saucers,
Big and Small Platters,
Good Fruit Press,
Silverette Knives and Forks.
3 in 1 Oil,
Decorated Cups and Saucers,
Plates to match,
Glazed Stone Cooking Vessels,
White Lined Enamel Pie Pla'es,
Black Enamel Waiters.
Contains articles worth up to $1
Big Enamel Dish Pans, white lined.
Big Enameled Foot Tub,
Big Enamel Water Kettle,
Hotel Size Coffee Boiler,
Bouble Piece Boiler, white lined.
Big Vegetable Boiler, white lined,
Big Stew Kettle, white lined,
Blue Enamel White Lined Covered
Boiler, lid of same,
Hotel Size Boiler, lid of same.
Blue Enamel White Lined Water
Contains articles worth up to 75c:
Fine quality Coffee Pots,
Gray Enamel Slop Jars,
Family Size Blue Enamel Water
We have divided our whole stock
of enamel, tin and crockery ware into
seven different lots at as many differ different
ent different prices as indicated here. Great Greatest
est Greatest opportunity to fill your kitchen
with useful utensils and dairy and
Contains articles worth up to 15c
Enamel Dippers and Cups,
Salt and Pepper Shakers,
All now 5c
Gool Toilet Soap, 2 cakes for 5c,
Whittemore"s Shoe Polish, White,
B!?ek and Tan,
Now 49c, 59c, G9c and 79c
GLASS WASH BOARDS
5"'C value now 44c
WOODEN WASH HOARDS
c value now
This is the chance you have been waiting for to buy Dishes
Cittt a F'orlir onrl dot Wuir PJolr
M. FISBEL & SON -
Contains articles worth up to 4 5c:
Gray Double Rice Boilers,
Wooden Mixing Bowls,
Bakers or Vegetable Dish.es.
White Enamel Decorated Pitchers,
Decorated Enamel Bowls,
' Large White Lined Enamel Frying
Heavy Bhie Enamel Bucket with
Blue Enamel Rice Boiler,
Contains articles worth up to 50c
Galvanized Slop Jars,
Gray Enamel Milk Cans,
Set Knives and Forks,
Blue Enamel Fry Pan,
Blue rmamel Water Kettle,
8 quart Vegetable Boilers,
Wait'e Lined Decorated Sauce Pans,
Boilers and Stew Kettles,
Gray Enamel Foot Tubs,
Large Enamel Dish Pans,
Contains articles worth up to 30c:
Blue Enamel Rice Boilers,
Enamel Milk Pans,
Blue Enamel White Lined Steri Sterilizer,
lizer, Sterilizer, Large Tin Milk Can,
Enamel Coffee Pots,
One Gallon Oil Can,
Drip or Roast Pan.
and Cooking Utensils.
MASON'S FRUIT JARS
Pints, regular 65c, now. . .49c doz
Quarts, regular 85c, now. .G9c. doz
Half-gallon, regular $1, now 79c. doz
WIDE MOUTH JARS
Pints, regular 90c, now. . ,79c. doz
Quarts, regular $1, now .89c doz
10c yard Glosg toweling now. ,..7c
10c yard Huck toweling now..;.. 8c
12c yard Absorb toweling now. 10c
Heady made towels at great bar bargains.
gains. bargains. 1
GALVANIZED WATER BUCKETS
8 quart, now ,13c
10-quart, now 1.19c
12 quart, now 1 .23c
"14 quart, now .39c
Regular 85c, now i.GOp
Regular $1.00, now ,.79c
METAL WASH HOARDS ',
40c value now .33c
Self adjustable, two sizes, suitable for
any window 29c and 33c
8 quart, regular 50c value. ... .39c
13 quart, regular 65c value. ..; .49c
Water Coolers at great reductions.
an account i?
A man's wife is the best partner he has got if
he only gives her a CHANCE. Give your wife a bank
account and a share of your confidence and she will
save your money. That is no sentimental theory.
E. II. IIARRIMAN left a vast fortune. HIS WIFE
had a share in making it; he left it to her, knowing
her ability to handle it.
Give YOUR wife a bank account; she can save
your money. '
DO YOUR BANKING WITH US
Wc Pay 4 per cent Interest n Savings Accounts
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
Agent for a dozea of the hest
country. Thoroughly competent to care for your insurance business.
I Will be Pleased to Care for Your Business In Any of These Lines.
F. W. DITTO
WE CH1SF.L HIGH P FUCKS POWN WHEN WE FI8SJ
PUT PKICES ON OUR HARDWARE. BUY YOUR HARD,
WARE FROM US ANDvKNOW THE PRICE IS RIGHT.
WE LOCK OUR CUSTOMERS TO US BY SELLING
THEM NONE BUT HARD WEARING HARDWADE.
THEN WE'VE GOT THE GOODS. YOU CAN GET IT
AT OUR STORE.
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 inany friends
and customers. Give us your orders, if the goods don't make
good we will.
WHITE STAR LINE,
' ANSFER AND FI REPROOF STORAGE
COLLIER BROS., Proprietors.
Teams lor Liflht
and Heavy Hauling.
. Baggage Service
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.
We have houses for rent qr vf
take charge of property and collect
the rent, keep up repairs and pay
Companies in the
Superior to Plaster
or Ceiling in
Quality or Price.
Undertaker Smith, phones 10 and 94.
K. of P. meet this evening.
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.
Box files at the Court Pharmacy 6-12
TV COIIII TKMPLK TOMGHT.
Bath sprays for a
the Court Pharmacy.
Inks in any
Mr. J. Clark Greint-r of Ckra was4
business viBitor in the city today.
white duck 16 16-li.
li. 16-li. Masters Co.
"HIG HILL" WDKKMtV,
TO I (i I IT. lv.
Mr. F. Z. Wellhoner
section, is among the
of the Conner
visitors in the
The next ball game will be between
Ocala am Punnellon on the local dia diamond
mond diamond next Thursday afternoon-
Mr. H. M- Hampton spent today In
Jacksonville on business bt-fure the
United tate district court.
Call or phone the Court Pharmacy
for your quick and accurate prescrip prescription
tion prescription service. Phone 284. 6-3
American Beauty Bath Spray fits py
bath tui. Outfit complete ?1.25 at
iGerig's drugstores. Adv,
The time, the place and the service.
Ocala Plumbing & Klectrle Co. Ask
central for 280. 5-19-t
Just received a shipment of pumps in
tan, gun metal, pat, leather and white
canvas. II. B. Masters Co. a-H-2ld
TV CUH 'I'M MP LK TOMGHT.
Vlnol the ideal tonic for either sum
mer or winter complaints. Ji home la
j Oca la is the cut iuafma,cy. 6-12.
Gentlemen when you want th es
in shoes, buy 1-Jdwin Clap p. shoes at H,
B Masters Co.. 5-1621
I If It isn't an Eastman. It isn't a
kodak. Kodaks and Brownies, all sizes
and prices, at Gerlg's drugstores. Ad. j
Pound, nut, layer and raisin cakes'
- . :
Wafers, macaroons, kisses and other
fancy cakes -may always b,e had at
Carter's Bakery. And they're always
Mr. ano. Mrs, Alfred Abshlre" of We We-Jaktt
Jaktt We-Jaktt were in town today. Mr. Abshire
formerly resided at Bellevievv for many
You can find everything in the latent aruved by the. entire committee I
styles for men at Harley Brs. eSt!il1 aPPint th Ves f reoommend reoommend-door
door reoommend-door to Western Voion Tedegraph of-'6;
o v,,9t I I would suggest that you inform the
VllHi HIM." npHS, TUUM.F.
Mr. Elsig Decalzl, an enterprising
commission man from Pittsburg, Pa.,
with his wife and little daughter, are
guests of the Harrington;
Parents, when you want shoes o,r
your children go to the H. B. Masters
Co. and have their fleet properly fit fitted.
ted. fitted. 5-16-2td
Mr. R. E. Davis, the enterprising
young representative of the A. B &. A
is in the city for the melon season,
is a guest of the Ocala Huse.
Special: About 40 pairs men's tan
button oxfords, all si?es. Regular 13.50
value, one week $2,50. H. B. Masters
The many friends of Mrs. V. Fant,
mother of Mrs. A. Mclver, will be
pleased to know that she is improving
rapidly from her recent illness.
"Hit; UU,!,'' WUEHSOX, TEMPLE
Godchaux's Linen Suits at Harley
Bros, will keep you cool, oxfoik and
other styles. door to Western
Ini6u ''elegraph office. 5-17-12t
Mr. L. C. Seaton of Louisville, lyy.,
representing one of thni city's largest
whoesal houses, is in the city on his
Rexall Tan and Freckle Lotion Is an
excellent external application for
freckles and sunburn, at Gerlg' drug drugstores,
stores, drugstores, Adv.
Messrs. Will Hocker, Joseph Bell
and G. T. Maughs went fishing in La,k:
Bryant Saturday, and hauled. Vt of the
finny tribe from the cool depths.
Mr. J. E. Barganier, ex-marshal of
Ocala, and now a citizen of Dunnelloji,
is a juror in the cueutt court this
week. He is a gues
of the Ocala
"Ill HIM." ANDERSON, TEMf'LE
Among the business visitors in Ocala
today is Mr. W. E. Veal of Istachatta.
He says business in h's section is hold holding
ing holding its own very nicely regardless of
the fact that "the good old summer
time" has set in.
When Kipling wrote "The Light that
Failed," he probably used a kerosene
lamp as "Edison Mazda Lamps" were
not on the market. They are now'.
Ocala numbing & Electric Co. Ask
central for 10. 0-ltf-lt
Mr. J. G. Swaim. who has the con-:
tract for painting the interior of the
new federal building in Gainesville, has
completed the work there and return returned
ed returned home Saturday. All the work haa
been inspected and accepted and
Swaim is very proud of the job.
Judge David S. Williams, who has
been in Jacksonville all last week in
the Interest of the Marion County Fair
premium list, spent Sunday in the city
and left this morning for Inverness
and will spend the.wet-k in Citrus and
Sumter counties in this work.
The delicatessen stre ot Mr. B. F.
Myer'; has now been permanently es established
tablished established at Comfort Lodge, corner
Fort King avenue and South Magnolia
street, where he will be pleased to see
his old as well as new friends. Every
thing will be in shape for business to
HIG HI LI ANDERSON, TEMP-I.E
Ut'AV'II ET iOPERET
Th- Faculty and Graduating Crass
OcaU High School
invite you to be present
Monday evening. May twenty-sixth
nineteen hundred and thirteen
Mtmi'MEXT TO T. H. MILLS
In veiled lv HI Brother Woodmen at
Fort King Camo W. O. W. unveiled
the monument erected to the memsry
of their deceased brother, Mr. Theodore
H. Mills at Flemington cemetery Sun Sunday
day Sunday afternoon. I
About thirty members of the camp
met at the "forest" promptly at 12:30
and were taken to Flemington, a dis distance
tance distance of eighteen miles, in automobiles,
nearly all of which were gratuitously
placed at their disposal by members of
At the cemetery the Woodmen were
met by a large crowd f people from
the neighborhood an well as members
of the order from several neighboring
At the grave, after forming the
"Woodmen's Weda" the beautiful and
impressive unveiling ceremonies of the
order were delivered by Consul Com Commander
mander Commander Thompson, Banker Burden and
Clerk .Sag-. Sovereigns Martin j and
Mobley removed the drapery fruift the
Those who attev,dd from Ocala Vvere
Jake Browu, Fred Burden, L. F. Bal Ballard.
lard. Ballard. W. L Colbert. E. E. Converse C,
F. Gamble. J. C. Iuffman1 T, D. LaSi LaSi-caster,
caster, LaSi-caster, Jr.. P. V. Lvavengood, E. A?
Martin, E. A, Mobley. I. E. Mclver, M.
L Reynold:, C. K. Sage, A. Slott, John
Seller, J. L Smoak and family, C. E.
Smoak, J. F. Thompson. Fred Vogt, C.
K. Mountain and George F. Williams.
Mr. E. E. Converse, who is a. Woodman
in spirit, not only vcompanled the
party, but ntenally aided in its
transportation with his Overland auto.
Tht monument erected by the Wo.o.d Wo.o.d-m?
m? Wo.o.d-m? to the memory of Sovereign Mills
H a beautiful blue marble shaft and
made up in a rusUv design to repre represent
sent represent a stum a number of ftoral tri tributes,
butes, tributes, wer? placed upon the grv after
tlie unveiling ceremonies
CALL, FOI OKMOCHATir
following letter is self-explan-
STATE OF FLORIDA,
May 17, iau
Hon. V. 'i Gary, Chairman, Ocala, Fla,
a,ys ago relative to, the matter of ful
ling the vacancy on the board of county
commissioners caused by the resigna resignation
tion resignation of Mr. Mayo, I have been informed
that there are eight executive com-
:niilteemen living within the commis-
jsioner's district where the vacancy ex exists.
ists. exists. In view of this fact, I have, in included
cluded included that if you will tfU up th
matter and have a ytromrnenda,ttoA
I made by th wht committeemen
iwhic hsaid tecommendation shall hev
uienioers oi me committee or
making the recommenda-
Hon, and have an open hearing for the
purpose of taking action in accordance
with this letter.
Yours very truly,
Park Trammvll, Uovernor.
the Official Call
Ocala, Fla,., May IS, 1915,
In accordance with the sovernor's
desire, the Marion county democratic
executive committee Is called to meet
at the city hall in Ocala at 2 p. m. Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, May 24, 1913, for the purpose
of approving the recommendation for
county commissioner of the committee committeemen
men committeemen of the third commissioner's dis district,
trict, district, and to transact such other busi business
ness business as may come before it.
W. T. Gary, Chairman.
There will be a meeting of the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Guild and the Woman's Auxiliary
held at Grace Episcopal church Tues
day afternoon at 5 o'clock o meet the
Rev. Mr. Glass and discuss the y-oik
Every officer and all memWfs are urg urged
ed urged to be present
Mr. Albert Geriar requests that all
members 0? the chorus, which will
make music Hunday the 23th, will meet
at the Methodist church at 8 o'clock
Monday and Thursday evenings.
HAPTIST SILVER TEA
The ladies of the Baptist church will
give a silver tea and' fancy work sale
Tuesday, May 20, at 3 o'clock, at the
residenc of Mr. A. L. Izlar. There will
be articles appropriate for graduation
Local showers tonight or Tuesday
except generally fair south portion,
3 cans Van Camp's sonp 25c
" beans 25c
" Hominy .-25c
" Mince Meat 25c
" Sunbeam shrimp 25c
lb Soda 5c
cans small flat Salmon 35c
" tail Salmon., 30c
" Argo large Salmon 45c
" Ocean Gem tall - 10c
Hotel Astor Coffee
40 cts. per Pound
STEEL CUT COFFEE
40 cts. per Pound
iiiii m m
If you have any Items for thli de department,
partment, department, call Phone 106.
to Sleet In
The state board of directors of the
Florida Federation of Women's Clubs,
including the state officers and chair chairmen
men chairmen and the president of federated
clubs will bhe guests of the Lees Lees-burg
burg Lees-burg Womanfe Club on next Wednes Wednesday.
day. Wednesday. Attend irvsc from Ocala will be
Mrs. Wm. Hbcker. president of the F.
F. W. C, Mrs. Jack Camp, president
of the Ocala club, and Mrs. D. E. Mc Mclver.
lver. Mclver. president of the Wednesday
Morning Musical Club. The ladies will
leav Ocala early-Wednesday morning
in cars and will be accompanied by
several club members; also Mrs. W. B,
Young of Jacksonville, who will arrive
Tuesday to visit Mrs. Hocker. The
Leesburg club will give a picnic din dinner
ner dinner in the park complimentary to Its
..Silver Tea at Mrs. Welhe'a
The monthly silver tea given by the
Ladies' Aid Society of the Presbyter Presbyterian
ian Presbyterian church waheld this afternoon be
tween 4 anrf 6 o'clock with Mrs. F. G.
L. u eihe whowith the assistance of
her sister. Mf?" Minnie Pfeiffer and
niece. Miss Henrietta Rabe and daugh
ter-in-law. Mrs. F. E. Weihe. pleas pleasantly
antly pleasantly entertained the many church
members and friends who called.
""""TVf Tiers assisting were Mrs. L. M.
Murray and Mr. E. W. Davis who re refreshed
freshed refreshed all with punch as they arrived,
and Mrs. Mary Dodge Maddox, Misses;
Anna McDowell, Bessie MacKay and
Bet tie Mclver, who served ice
witli cherries and delicious cake
Mr, Weihe had her home attractive attractively
ly attractively decorated with many flowers, among
which were numbers of magnolia blos blossoms
soms blossoms and during the receiving hours a
delightful musical program was ren rendered
dered rendered by Mrs. H. M. Hampton, Mrs.
Charles Goddard, Miss Rabe, Mrs.
Thomns Klllebrew, Mrs. Adcock and
The silver offering was quite large
at this social, which, was one of the
most enjoyab of the year.
FMTMixm Davis anil MImk rwom
Miss Hope Robinson will be the
ty hostess of A jewing party Wednes
day afterno(tjal 4 o'clock given in
compliment to fliss Sarah Davis and
Miss Elizabpth ?4pwsom
-miss Garonne Harris went
Reddick this afternoon for a
Mrs. Edward Badser
afternoon for Tampa
to visit her
daughter, Mrs, S. G. Moyers
-' Mr. Sam Barco, wno will graduate in
law next weekfrom Stetson, was one
of four to be enertained at dinner re recently
cently recently by Mr. J. E. Alexander at his
home near DeLand.
Miss Mattie Van Fleet, a former
teacher in our high school, but now as associated
sociated associated with the public school in
Lake City, has gone to White Springs
for a short visit before leaving for Au Au-burndale
burndale Au-burndale ta visit her grandmother, Mrs.
Foo.t fvr the summer.
Dr. E. Van Hood of Ocala, was the
guest of his sister, Mrs. Beatrice Mid Mid-dlehrooka.
dlehrooka. Mid-dlehrooka. tn .Fort Pierce, Tuesday,
while en route to Miami. On his re return
turn return he will spend several days here.
St. Lucie Tribune.
Mr. Wallace O. Stovall came up Sat
urday night to visit relatives In thi3
Mr. J. B. Brooks of the First National
Bank of Tampa was the guest of his
parents, Mr. and Mrs, J. B. Brooks
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Fuller Bennett of
Chicago have recently gone to house housekeeping
keeping housekeeping in a pretty apartment. Mrs
Bennett was formerly Miss Leta Camp
of this city.
Mrs. Lou Moody, who has been the
guest of her sister, Mrs. W. S. Pike for
several weeks, has rented the Brad Bradford
ford Bradford cottage on Lake Weir and has al already
ready already taken possession. Miss Lou
Moody has joined her mother thereby
concluding a series of visits with
Miss Sallie Spurlin motored up from
Lake Weir yesterday in her new Buick
car. She was accompanied by friends
Mr. W. J. Frink and Mr. Jim TUntz of
Levon were Sunday visitors to the city
Mrs. Carney Mimms, who accom
panied her uncle and aunt, Senator and
Mrs. E. L. Carney to Tallahassee, has
one to Louisville, Ky to join her
Itev. T. K. Nixon, formerly of Ocala,
but now nastor of Trinity church in
Tallahassee, is attending commence
ment at Southern College. He is chair
man of the board of trustees of that
Miss Irrr.i Blake, who attends the
Flnrlda State College for omen at
Tallahassee, took part in a recital last
Monday evening and she was spoken of
in these words: "Miss Irma Blake made
her first public appearance; she played
Scaelattl Sonata and Raff Gavotte et
Musette. Miss Blake shows qeeiaea
talent, and her development Is loosea
forward to with much interest."
Misis Josephine Williams, who has
beeu visiting her sister, Mrs, Honert
McBougald at Englewood. is now the
guest of another sister, Mrs. H. P.
Newman in Bartow,
Mr- W. J. Sheridan has leased the
Buckeye cottage at Daytona Beac-rt ior
the summer and his family will take
Miss Ellie Tydings, who for years
wa3 a missionary to .Mexico, save iu
very interesting tains sunuay aim-
noon and night at the MethodUt
church. Whil here she was the guest
of Mrs. W. P Munroe. Quincy notes
Miss Emily Stotesbury who attended
grand opera In Atlanta and since then
has been visiting her niece. Mm Kalpn
Birdsey in Macon, has returned home
accompanied by Mrs. Birdsey and Mas
ter Ford Birdsey.
Little Miss Helen Jones who went to
St. Petersburg remain over for a few
Misses Daisy and Louise Albertson
of Candler were visitors to the city
Mrs. R. R. Carroll and little daugh
ter Merrls, returned on the early train
We ask for new accounts because we are capable
of rendering the best banking service, and because
we offer that high measure of security that appeals
to the prudent and conservative people of this com community.
munity. community. Your banking business carefully and promptly
transacted. Large resources, a strong Board of Direc Directors
tors Directors and capable management are but a few of the
many features that commend this bank to one con considering
sidering considering the opening of a bank account.
THE OCALA NATIONAL
this morning from St. Petersburg,
where they spent a few days with Mrs.
Carroll's father and sisters.
Mrs. H. S. Chambers and her mother,
Mrs. Jennie Blocher, left on the early
Sunday morning train for Eaton. Ind.,
where they will spend some months on
a visit to friends and relatives. Mr.
Chambers accompanied them as far as
The Eastern Star sewing circle will
meet with Mrs. J. II. Spencer on Okla Okla-waha
waha Okla-waha avenue Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. G. W. "Pftjs and baby Doris ac accompanied
companied accompanied by Mrs. M. Pitts, left on the
afternoon train for their home In St
.Maurice iiaeinauer oi .ew York
City, who ha1een the guest of his
brothers, Mesgys. Charles and Ben
Rheinauer. left this afternoon for a
isit to Tampa.
f Mrs. J. G. Iee. of Woodmar passed
through the-sjtify Sunday, on her way to
Charleston, t spend the-summer. Mr.
Lege will follow her when all the
felons have been shipped.
Ir. and Mrs. W. F. Blesch are home
from their visit to Lady Lake.
Mrs. J. Johnson and smart little
son left Sunday for a visit to. Mrs.
Johnson's parents at Mcintosh.
Another Added to tbe List of Fatal
31 otorcycle Accident
Fort Pierce, Fla., May 18. Miss Ola
Daniels is dead; her sister. Miss Ada
Daniels is at the point of death; Fred
I Jones has a broken leg and hip and
Raymond Saunders is badly cut about
the hip and is internally Injured from
the effects of a head-on motorcycle
collision forty miles north of this town
late last night.
The boys and girls had been to a
party at the Daniels home, and the
boys were riding the various girls ov over
er over the fine rock roads when the acci
dent occurred. Both machines were
going at a rate of sixty miles an hour
when they met in the shadow of an
orange packing house on the road,
head-on. The two boys and Miss Ada
are not expected to live.
Children's white shoes in pumps.
strap slippers and button boots. II. P..
Masters Co. S-17-2td
TY COU11 TEMPLK TONIGHT.
Lost, Found, Wanted, For Sale,
For Rent and Similar Local Needs
FOR RENT Offices in Holder build building.
ing. building. Apply to Davis & Martin.
FOR SALE A brass 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
My house, No. 229 Fort King avenue,
will be for rent after June 1st. 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,
"Fiano," care box 228. 5-7-12t
LOST rair of bifocal, gold framed
eyeglasses on Sharp's Ferry roa4 or at
Mr. Hlnton's on the river. Reward If
returned to this office. 5-15-2td
WANTED Woman for companion
and working housekeeper. Two in
family. Good wages. Only best need
apply. E. A. Davenport, Belleview,
Fla. 5-13-6td ltw
WANTED Young women to enter
nurses training school Fine new hos hospital.
pital. hospital. Apply at once. Superintendent
Augusta Memorial Hospital, St. Pe Petersburg,
tersburg, Petersburg, Fla. 5-14-3t
FOR SALE Two-cylinder 1910 mod model
el model Maxwell runabout, recently over overhauled;
hauled; overhauled; in perfect condition. For sale
cheap. Apply at Star office. S-15-6t
LOST Masonic: blue lodge pin. Be Believed
lieved Believed to have been lost at A. C. L.
passenger station. Finder leave at this
HOUSE FOR RENT A six room
cottage for rent, 112.50 per month, near
high school building. Apply to Miss
Rena Smith, phone 466. 5-14-6td
WANTED A young lady to work In
soda fountain and ice cream store out
of town. Apply to the Anti-Monopoly
FOR RENT Furnished rooms with
all modern conveniences; close in.
Phone 3T8. 5-17-tf
AUTO FOR SALE A strictly first-
class, second-hand, two-cylinder Max
well runabout for sale at a great big
bargain. Tins is one of the cars that
made the Maxwell famous. Apply at
Star office if Interested. 5-17-6dt
LOST Between the residences of J.
M. Luckie and C. C. Bryant, a small
gold locket and chain. Locket is en engraved
graved engraved C. M. S." and contains two
photos. Finder will be rewarded by
returning to Mrs. J. M. Luckie, North
Tuscawilla street. 5-17-3t
LOST Two large mare mules, one
gray and one bay. Finder will please
return to Tompkins & Cobb's stables
and receive liberal reward. T. G. Cran
ford Lumber Co. 5-l-3td
PAID IX fTM.
CLARENCE CAMP, Tl TtA.
T Cobb, -mic Illir Anderson, Five
IleelH, Temple Tonight
The greatest of all feature shows
you. have ever seen, atd they are li licensed
censed licensed pictures. Look over this pro program
gram program and see If It can be beat
"Broncho Billy and the Step-Sisters."
Featuring "Big Bill" Anderson, the
king of cowboys.
"Ty Cobb at Practice." Featuring the
king of ball players.
"The Dog House Builders." Featur Featuring
ing Featuring Hougline Mack, that funny fat
"When John Brought His Wife Wife-Home."
Home." Wife-Home." Featuring Arthur Johnson, that,
clever Lubin comedian.
"The Housekeeper at Circle C
Ranch." Featuring Frank Daytonj In a.
great western comedy.
"The Mouse and the Lion." Featuring"
Master Paul Kelly in a thrilling story.
At the Temple theater, which fea features
tures features all the latest and best of licensed
features. Come early, only 80 seats.
berlok Holme and Cah Plce at tbe
The big feature tonight at tli Ideal
i3 Sherlock Holmes the great detective
story of two thousand feet fn two
parts by the celebrated author. Sir A.
Conan Doyle, and produced under the.
personal supervision of this wonderful'
For the Love of Mike is one of those
pretty little pictures that please every everybody.
body. everybody. Mr. Curry Campbell held the lucky
number Saturday night which won the
cash prize. The cash prize will be
given away as usual tonight at the
K. OF P. COLORED
The officers and delegates' :tfiecol-
ored Knights of Pythias' convention
which is to be held here during the
week are arriving in squauis. and com companies
panies companies by. each incoming train.- ,-.?
General Dennis -Taylor; of ; Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, accompanied by his staff, came In',
today at noon and at once went to the
county fair grounds. where the en-;
campment will be held and where sen-'
eral headquarters have been establish established.
ed. established. He will have entire charge of the
doings of the uniformed rarfk during
the week's stay hero.'
The grand lodge, composed 'of dele delegates
gates delegates from all the local lodges of the
state, will go into official session to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow evening in Mitchell's hall on
West Broadway. .;';.'.-,; ..'ti.i
A public reception will be held-in ML.
Zion church this evening. .u'i.Im-
MLItDRK CAUSED BY nz-b
THE GKEIIMIYKD :HIOVSTER
John Payne, a negro brakesman, 'was;
killed near the Pond street crossing of
the Seaboard about 9:40 Saturday night.
It seems that Payne heard that the"
girl he had been going with had gone
out with another man, and started to
search for her. A little after half-past
nine, a negro woman silting on the
piazza of the negro boarding house
near the crossing, saw a bunch of peo people
ple people at the crossing, heard quarreling
and soon after a shot. People ran from
every direction, and found Payne lying
on the track with his brains shot out.
He died In a few minutes.
Several negroes saw people running'
from the scene of the murder, but no
one would own up to knowing -anyone
else. The officers are of the' opinion
that some of them know the murderer,
but won't tell.
The sheriff and his deputies arrested
a tuimber of suspicious characters'-and
are holding them until the matter can
be fully Investigated.
Payne was shot from close range
with a shotgun loaded with buckshoL
Half the left side of his head was
blown away. The gun was found Sun Sunday
day Sunday morning In the old cemetery, near
tracks of a man who was evidently
Fayne was a brakeman an the Sea Seaboard's
board's Seaboard's Ocala and Orlando trelghL He
had been with the road about -a year;
and his conductor says he was a faith faithful
ful faithful and hardworking man.
TV COIIII TEMPLE TONIGHT.
If you want good bread and other
bakery products go to Carter's Bak Bakery
ery Bakery 5-14-6td
DR. D. M. B0NEY
Optometry Office mm& Vmhmntmrj
9 to 12 a. m., 1:30 to 4:30 p. zn.
Rooms 2-8 Gary BuiiaLngr, Ocala, Fla
M'lVER & MAC KAY
Undertakers and Embalmers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
D. E. McIYER ana C. V. ROBERTS
4.11 Work Done tj Licensed Em Em-balmers
balmers Em-balmers and Fully Guaranteed.
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J. V. Roberta ...v.Vs0b
Undertaking Otftce 4T-
OCALA EVENING 81 AJt-
When by reason of the t-tuess or
roughness of thir pth he cot so' rnc4i
as half a mile ahead, he woul i prompt-
It is one thing to make soda
crackers that are occasionally
It is quite another thing to
make them so that they are
always better than all other
soda crackers, always of un unvarying
varying unvarying goodness.
The name "Unee da "stamped on
every biscuit means that if a million
packages of Uneeda Biscuit were
placed before you, you could choose
any one of them, confident that every
soda cracker in that package would
be as good as the best Uneeda Biscuic
ever baked. Five cents.
t - w
. i had com? up within a few hundred
j arc's, vi hereupon he would Sounder up
j wita difficulty and resume his flight
X t U-In heavily beating wings. Noon with.
j its horizontal sun found both pursuers
i sullen o a; acutely. Despite the cool-
af aaaaa Ress of the mountain air their clothing
Jiil vwf j was drenched with perspiration, their
limbs racked, their heads swam, their
Harry Irving Greene
"The I.ash of Circumstance,"
"Barbara of the Snows"
I (Copyiigbv by Harry lrr'.cg Greti)
continued from First Page)
that seems to harden when mixed with
water and expose! to air. It makes
an ideal road surface, and at Ocala it
is comparatively cheap. These convict convict-made
made convict-made road radiate from Ocala like the
spokes of a wheel. They run well into
the country. Our auto speeded to thir thirty
ty thirty miles, went over them without a jar.
They were ideal and my mentor stated
to me that they held out very well in indeed,
deed, indeed, except where the traffic was ex exceedingly
ceedingly exceedingly heavy, meaning many heavi heavily
ly heavily loaded teams.
r n i 1 1 -
tortured, their breath came in
whef-zinc gasps. Yet without pause
and without a word uttered they strug struggled
gled struggled on. first one forging to the lead
and then the other, passing and being j
passed alternately as the footing fa- j
vorf-d or retarded, sliding down sharp i
inclines to the rattle of
stones, scrambling up painful ascents j ri
where they left the blood of their
hands aiid knees upon the sharp rock
edges, sometimes stumbling into a fall black hoys to dive after, hut which was
that toro ragged gaps in their clothing so deep that none could reach it. I be be-and
and be-and raked the skin from their limbs, jl'eve that such practice should be stop-thf.ir-
month half or-n thir limbs i hed. for daily the colored population
... ..... ..... U-.l T h
shaking, their breath wnistnng
one who, with a brief rest for every
mile, still baffled them as maddeningly
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Reeling of Brain, and Hopeless of
Heart, They Followed.
as duniiK ito first hour. And above
all was the inoesaflt torment of their
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' In the Clutch.
During the first five minutes of his
frenzy Alan, little better than an in insane
sane insane man, ran frantically along the
gently rising and fairly level floor of
the gulch, striving with every nerve
and muscle to keep pace with the crea creature
ture creature above, calling Doris by name,
shouting hoarsely at her captor, who
still shielding himself behind the oth other,
er, other, gazed silently back at him from
over the top of her head as he flapped
himself further and further into the
distance in a half backwards, half
sidewise flight. Then with the gradual
return of reason as his wind began
to desert him he realized the utter fu futility
tility futility of so exhausting himself that he
rmihl no loneer oursue. and with an
effort fought himself back to self-control
and logical reasoning. He glanced
back. Toliiver, staring fixedly upward,
was just coming up on a panting run
and would have passed him without
speaking or slackening his pace had
not March seized him as he was going
by. The look upon Clay's face caused
another shiver to vibrate down Alan's
,pine. "Toliiver!" he cried sharply.
-"Let me go. Release me, damn ycu,"
he ytfijed as he raised his revolver as
if about the strike the other down.
Alan shook him fiercely.
"Listen to me," he commanded. "If
after I have spoken you still insist
upon senselessly exhausting yourself
you may do so. But harken to what J
say first." Hesitating, seeming to but
half comprehend what the other was
saying Clay lowered his weapon and
side by side they jogged along. March
spoke as best he could between
"It is unspeakably horrible, but we
must keep our senses if we would do
our best. And we must work together
and coolly if we would hope to save
her. We must keep on as rapidly as
we can without exhausting ourselves,
and manage somehow to keep him in
sight. He is pretty heavily burdened
and I don't believe he can go far with without
out without stopping to rest. We must not
run ourselves into the blind staggers
at the outset, for once out of our sight
we would stand little ctance of find finding
ing finding him again. Neither would it do
any good for one of us to go back tor
help, for all the aeroplanes are away.
What is to be done must be done by
us. And may the good Lord give us
strength." Toliiver not answering and
making no sign that he had heard was
keeping about a yard in advance.
They went scrambling up a sharp in incline
cline incline and arrived at the top breathing
sharply. Despite their efforts they
had lost sight of the creature tor a few
moments during the climb, but as tney
now mounted the erest they caught
sight of him once more seated upon
a cleft in the rock wall perhaps a
quarter of a mile ahead, the girl close closely
ly closely clasped in his arms and to all ap appearances
pearances appearances still unconscious. For the
first time since her scream had horri horrified
fied horrified him March was conscious of a
gleam of hope. The girl's weight was
a heavy handicap for the flying one,
and he would of necessity have to
make more and fjiore frequent stops as
he proceeded. With Clay to help him
it might be that they could get the
other in such a position that he could
not shield himself from both at tn
same time, and then all might be well
after all. Both himself and his com companion
panion companion were good pistol shots, and
given half a chance couid probably
disable the brute. And now a LLe
trail ran downward again they broke
into a fast trot ence more.
Motionless the one upon the cleft
watched them until they had come
within a couple of hundred yards, eye eyeing
ing eyeing them with the motionless alert alertness
ness alertness of an eagle upon his eyrie, then
spreading his wings launched himself
into open space. The noise of his
heavily beating wings came plainly to
their ears, his flight was irregular and
labored like that of a hawk bearing
away a chicken, or an eagle a Iamb,
and so long as the traveling was good
the struggling pair in pursuit nearly
kept pace with him. Half a mile fur further
ther further on, however, the canyon bed
again became a steeply rising jumble
of rocks, and up this they went la laboriously.
boriously. laboriously. And once again when they
reached the summit they saw the ob object
ject object of their pursuit just arising from
the trail after a moment's rest and but
a stone throw ahead of them, yet stili
shielded as cunningly as ever by ihe
pody of the girl. So on and on they
went vith the perspiration streaming
from their bo-dies and their hearts
thudding heavily, but Tvith the grim
determination to follow util '-iiausted
iiausted '-iiausted nature bereft them of ih
power tt movement and left them
prone and piping upon the rocks.
Toliiver. still a few jes in advance,
threw aside his coat with a. cjrse of
Jmpatlenfe at its weight, and Murnf,
tar d m!r.i!ip'i! rnnsitieration. dbJ
HI. .w -1
likewise. It bid tair to be a chase that j 0 lu
' 'd;! j li oa an in:r-.-!iate frnf r. ..:... :7u :
0 1 I f3 You fol better r.t f?.:- T' j
well j tS urv.--:3 move freely so t :?
quickly followed the first garment, an i Yi out:... VL:n s;-s-.c h-c
: fplinsr far more free of aetitm and I f1 '--- r---.rir.td. i'.-.- -' T
I breath bv thus having rid himself ot 4
I those cumbering things, he quickene-i
his pace with a step which once more
i fell lightly.
An hour had passed with no perman perman-i
i perman-i ent change in their see-saw positions
i As the Flying Man had led the air
craft by a distance unvarying to the
i ye so now did he iead the toiling two
who hung so grimly on his course, i vSocriaPEcnHgNnta Bv
' MILD ItY' ALL. DE.VI.EHlf
places the spring Is seventy-five
lee; an 1 it is said that print can
not but .ve
1 plainly make out a silver dollar
some tourist had thrown in for the
read at the bottom; how lars;e
int ilti-onen; saveth
their! "?e oi me spring lay-
, s, i'"- .-. t iiiJi uuiiai, it-u Lilt.
at work, or fish in jr.
The water issues forth from deep
fissures in this under water mountain
of rock. We from our lass-bottom
boat, could see it coming out in swift
currents that tested the strength of
th- fish to resist, and which sent clouds
of white crystals Ilyiny upwards. The
rocks and the under water growth all
have their different hues and the sun sunlight
light sunlight playing down upon them fashions
them into all the colors of the rain rainbow.
bow. rainbow. Some day Silver Springs will
ja world known resort: today, it Is as a
i whole a rather shabby one. Nature
I has done wonders here; it remains for
jnian to do the rest, and I know that
man will do it, for 1 know what the
i people of Ocala are.
oala has just started after another
crop. The seed has been planted but
i recently. They are after the crop of
.investors who are coming to Florida in
ever increasing number, and you bet
i they are going to get them. The seed
jthey have planted is by way of the in in-jstallation
jstallation in-jstallation ot a board of trade with an
i old railroad man at the head. J. D.
I Iiooney is 4 hustler, and a man who
j knows the game from start to finish.
iand 1 want to stty right now that Ocala!
stands to have one of the livest boards
!f trade in this state, and we do have
i.-ome live ones at Tampa, for instance.
i.Mr. Uooney's rooms are fixed up in
1 an attractive manner and he is pre
pared to entertain the visitor, and to
impress him with the fact that Ocala
is just the best city in all Florida, and,
by jove. I don't know but what he can
Ttie world is ioing to hear from this
board of trade. The members are not
going to Jet p ,lie as so many other
like organization haVt done- Tiey
have the membership, and It Is an rn
thusiastic one that realizes that It
takes money to make the mare go;
also, a board of trade. Men of the
Jvooney stamp are not obtained with-
I I i v v
This J JL
NOW IF YOU WANT LUMBER WE CAN SELL YOU
THE BEST. IF THERE IS ANYTHING WE HAVEN'T GOT.
WE'LL GET IT FOR YOU. WE ARE CONNECTED WITH
THE BEST SOURCES OF SUPPLY IN OUR LINE-LUMBER.
SHINGLES. FLOORING. LATH. SASH. BLINDS. DOORS.
DRESSED OR UNDRESSED LUMBER. AND WE WILL
MAKE EVERY EFFORT TO SATISFY YOU IN PRICE.
COME AND CONSULT US.
OGAIA LUM1E1 &
McIVER & MacKAY
out juwiifjg u;
Uct Vour H!nd J'urinrd Vtth S. S.
and ou t oil t be 'l orturt-it Like Tbix.
11. e skin is t;:t a net w-ok nf fine
1 es: I.-. And it i ii pertVelly
i;!i;i-Mi ( en .-.;im n.-e tha an'- d 'u-r.r-e
.: t n-. .p:-'d Xhi'i is ft en.3itiin of ill
w-,.1; b in.il : it .a tirst appearance in
- ski!. There i I'e (elt.iill TTi' uifiliU'l
: r'i.-S 1 1.: t fellow til-? course ot
!,! ., j e.ujt sin I the infiuenc-- of
... p. o;.e. -5 ,.- !r.a! of r. "1 ;inti-
:- th --
M:;s -' -)o-j-
n. Th',-'- ip one
it in S. J?. S. which p--euli. rly
- !! .;.;! .. r glandular a. tiv-
1 h. !! -d or f r- ;r.
(. i.J-.o.i v. ssels ir.
-i tv ; r. it re-
1 h c
-n that at atari
ari atari outlet
h the anti-
is v. i
: bi I s vanish so
;;oi h v i !:-y do H' -t -l!irr..
;he infoj--,. of S. S. S. this
worl: : f J-P-od vi-'U in the
constantly takinsr from So
fv,e nutrition re'iuirel fur
tissu ,,rd the cause of dis-ase
as cor:sani!v befnc removed.
Much of tlie money tnao built Qcala
came from tlie phosphate mines pf the
near-by country. Lime has also made
fortunes for the men behind it, and will
make more. The country is substan-l
tial; it does not depend on any one
thin The lime and phosphate jn the'
soil makes for rich tree and idant
growth, and the growing fields are
lush with greenness. Anything will
grow here that will grow in the .'am?
latitude anywhere, for Marion county
lias tlie soil to grow It,
I visited the handsome club house of
the local golf club. They have a fine
building and handsome grounds, and
it w;ts looking across the green, thru
the oaks to the distant hills, that I
aULiht a glimpse of the IJerkshires,
iot the pigs, but the hills so famed for
th-;ir beauty. This club is one of the
institution- of Oca-la: not alone for fieh
folks, but for the verr moderately well
ro-do folks, who can afford ttic J10 a
iear membership fee. Here gather
the good folks of Ocala on a Saturday
afternoon to play golf, or to have their
teas ami dames.
Mr. Z. C. Ciiambliss, who drove the
auto that hurried u around this sec section
tion section to cover the most ground possible
in a short time, has been here since
the 80s. He came here a poor man in indeed,
deed, indeed, and he says himself that he had
but little sense. He bought a piece of
land that was of little value and made
i faiur as a farmer. However, he
says that in nej-hpors soon found out
that he was a good j',ulltr of itumj.s.
and so he had steady work. N'ow, he' ir
fne of the leading bankers of Ocala.
owns more land than lie could drive
over In u Jay, drm? 1,000 acres with
various partners, who d the active
work of su permten'tence, and la the
'iuuest breeder of blooded stock in
Mnn county. Chambliss can prob
ably talk of oi!i,-j' fhings than Ocala
and Marion county, but ne didift the
lay 1 was with him.
VO'T WEAR OUT.
Wonder what it Is? Why It's noth nothing
ing nothing more than one of those
sii.i:xiiii iuox m;ps
that we want you to come in anJ
buy. They are "things of beauty
and a. joy forever." At the sarpe
time buy one of guv
You can do more sleeping In a night
on one of these mattresses than you
can in a year on some "body killers"
we know of.
5-T.tt.-Tei and rendered ha r inb-.w These
f-K-ti i'.rtf more fully explained in a
' n sliii t rou bles sent by The
Mvift Specific i'o., 137 Hwift I'Mg..
Atlanta. Ga. You will find s. K. H.
c-Ti sale at all drug stores. Get a
bottle to-day and Danish all skin afflictions.
in bousp furnishings are in demand
by those of artistip tastes. 4
here will disclose
UXICIUE FUHXITU Itfj
ril.VT IS IECOIlATIVK
but not overly dear. Merit is what
wins these days, and it's only merit
that gives us our liberal patronaga.
MERIT IX FUIIXITI HE
MERIT IX 1'IUCE.
CONTRA CTORS AND
McIVER & MacKAY
Notice is hf-reOy yven that we. the
nrvb-rsinned. on -June l!th. KH:i. witi
apply to tiie governor of the state of
Fi-.n-ia for letters patent tit issue un under
der under the foilow'.nti proposed charter charter-it.
it. charter-it. V. AndersoH.
Ir.dij:cstiofi. I?sd Brci-ir.. rizzi rizzi-r.Li?,
r.Li?, rizzi-r.Li?, 'ert;go o;sii-i siagr;,
llealacho, fallow C'orr.pi
a Tired. Discouraged Ftei;r.
ail symptoma c-f a Tc-rpid
t (H'V OF THE I'lKII'llKI) HRTEH
ttv THE WIJEHSOX l'HUIMttV
We. the un-P-rsianed. hereby as.-o--.'
a : e our.el ves toaether for the pur pur-p.se
p.se pur-p.se of btfomln-' incorporated under
"'it- laws of the state of Florida appli-.-ald-
to corporations for profit.
The name of this -corporation shall
! the Anderson Pharmacy and its
principal p;a.-e ot outness .-nail
Is aa i:iTect?vo I-iver Too!
iiraw their strength o the last
nunce ar.d wear their endurance i-
bone, tht refers one couM not
travel too light, ili collar and vest
Mari'-.n county. Florida, but it
!.'4.1ih of S,-es and branches in
her piaee oi" .pi.--es in or e,lt of
.t of Florida
-fierai nature of the busine"'
t -t. r i. t ;.y this corporation
ti buy an-1 -13 drus. eed.-.
aekle and nshir.if -upj-llew aji'l
les tis'.ially bought and soil in
tin-' ,t wholesale and retail drug
Chattanooga, Tenn., May 27, 2$ and 29, 1913
J'JWMfEi: CAIJIUFJl OF TJIE SOUTH
Official Route ol Headquarters and Second Florida Division.
U. C. V,
ROUND TRIP FARE FROM QCAU $12.00
PKOI'OHTIONATEI.Y htV Tit IP HATES FROM OTHER POINTS IV
sniEUl'LE OF FIOHlJA V. C. V. SI'ECTW." IV IOTIf IHItEC'TIO'S WII(I
HE A FOI.I.oW
fiOI HET lit NINO
Leave Jacksonville. Southern Itailw ay. Leave Chattanooga, Houthern Railway.
S:0." p. m., May 26. 6:10 p. m.. May 2H.
Arrive Chattor.oogo, Southern Rall-rrive Jacksonville, Southern Railway.
way, 10:1". a. rn., May 27. 8:40 a. m., May 20.
The special train will consist of modern vestibule coaches and Pullman
drawing room sleeping cars, and will be personally accompanied by a repre representative
sentative representative of the I'as.-enger Department of the Southern Railway. Also, the
undersigned Representatives of that line will be glad to furnish any addi additional
tional additional particulars and make Pullman reservations.
P. P. HOMWK K, T. P. A R. PETTIT, I. P. A, Jaek-onvllle, Fla.
F. H. FINSOV, T. I". A Tampa, Fla.; J I.. MEEK, A. G. P. A Atlanta, rfl.
f ITV TICKET OFFICE CORNER HOCiW A M FORVTII STREETS. TEI.E TEI.E-PIIOM:
PIIOM: TEI.E-PIIOM: OS. 743 AND 44111, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
It. V. IA RTRIDfiE, A. I. WILLIAMS,
Iajor General, Commanding Flo. Dir. Hrlnilier General, Com ma od lag: 2nd
I. C. V., Monticello, Fla. Ilrlgade, Jacknoaviile, Fla.-
w n a
- r ea n
- r:; M o: -n-1
a .-oda fo-m-dr;nk
. u -.v n :
ali k : r.
l a .i e lt a .-'-
of real and
KM Price cr.c per Hottle.
ceisary. rea rea-.arryinLr
.arryinLr rea-.arryinLr out
i j b. ah t 'i j n s r.
-: ; !i -i i-iUi-iTe in
; : "J r : -r of .r;
( api'.al lck
: t- amount of .-dpitl stock of thin
. ir.tion s'laii be !Uv thousand !ive
ired $ -..r00 dollar?, divided into
hunirei and rifty shares of the par
ir- -f ten dollars eaen. ali of whieh
DR. W. K. LANE
M. R. WILLIAMS
Ticket Agent. Ocalr.
.1. ii. KIUKLAM),
I). P. A., Tampa.
SpodnlUt. Eje, liar, No-e and Throat.
!fri,-e. Ijw IJbrary BUy., Ocala. Ad.
to.'-k shaii t-e payable in
rty. lab.'r or servi.-es at a
ion thereof to be fixed by
of directors at a met-iing
for w hith this corporation
i- r.in-1 v -nine years.
ARTP'L K V.
ines-s of tisis corporation
shall 'oe eondu-'-te-J b a president, a
v: oresident. a -r ary an-J treas-
i and a boar-1 of dire-; tors t-ompoj-
1 -tl of no'. Se.s than three nor mur"
than five and oih-r offic-rrs and
auents a t ne corporation may auuior auuior-:.e.
:.e. auuior-:.e. to be c-ieted at the annual rac-t-in
of tive khoidr-rs to b-- held on
::ie -cond Monday in Februar K 1 1
j ar.d annually- t hre i Per rv the second
Monday in I-Vbruary in each year;
' provided, that x:- oft'i.-- of secretary
!,ii.-l rrra-ur-.' may b- he'd hy one ar.1
! the .i'r:e s I k ?! o I d e v. The following
named offie rs hall eon-Juet the bus-
r.e.s of thi- e,rp6rtiun until t:iye
-ie.-ted at ti-e rir-t annua! rneetiii-
hall i'lx'fy :
Prc.-Plenr, R-bec a XV. Anderson:
I vi--e pre.pirnt. io.-eph Pel P. secretary
and treasurer, il. K. ibe:err. P'atd
of diret-torrt: Rebecca V. An i r.-on.
Joseph Pell. H. K. Roseberry.
Tiie nighest amount of indebtedness
or liability to which this corporation
iali subject it-elf thall nut exceed
ten thousand dollars tfiO.OftOj.
The names and places of residence
together with the amount of capital
sto k s io-f r: i..-d u, .. i ib a? t'ill.w;
lU-i'-ci -a V. 'Anderson. Ocuia., Fioiida.
H I.'. Ro- perry. cala. Florida. 0
Joseph Pell. Ocala. Florida. 5 shares.
State of Florid.
I'our.ty of Mariju
n :;' day p rsonally came Rebec-
a XV. nderson. H. K. Iteberry and
Jo.-eph P.ell. to me uell known to be
the it.dividaal-t des rib-d in and who
subs.rib'-d their names to the fore;
-oir.u articles of incorporation arid
a -kn ia lt-d-'i-d before me that they
- u hs; libel the .-a me for the purpose
th.-rein set fortii and expressed.
In witn ss wiiereof I have hereunto
-et my i.and and 'official eal this U
3 6tii lav of May. A. U. PH3.
Seal of County Judirel XV. E. Smith,
County Judge. Marion County, Fla.
My commission expires the first
Tuesday after the first Monday, Jan January,
uary, January, P.0 7. n?Pl
Send proof to Joe Pell right awav
'. i ..mi j j i m m
Now is the time to get ria of your
rheumatism. You can do It by apply
ingr Chamberlain's Liniment and massaging-
the partg freely at each ap application
plication application For sale by all dealers. Ad.