The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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EVENING

FURNITURE
FURNISHMGS
For All of the Homes
THE FURNITURE HEX
AT RIGHT PRICES
Thcus -Zachry Co.
VOL. 19.
OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY. MAY 22, 1913
NO. 301

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RISTOW HE

In the Speech of the Florida Senator,
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soonii I niM'cesary j
Exii.e J
i
i
Washington, May 22. in a speech
in the Senate yesterday, Senator
Uryan complaine.1 of the enormous
expense placed upon the government
hy the insertion in the last postoffice
appropriation bill of a clause provid providing
ing providing that carriers and postal clerks
shall not work more than eight
hours a day, and that the eight hours
can be confined within a .period of
ten consecutive hours. It has been
vstjmatttd by the postoffice depart department
ment department that the provisions of thin
clause will add approximately $3, $3,-coo.000
coo.000 $3,-coo.000 per annum to the working
expenses of the postoffice depart department.
ment. department. Bryan declared it was no
doubt a good thing to limit the hours
of persona doing manual labor U
fight hours a duy but he doubted the
wisdom of governing postal clerks
and carriers by such a clause. He
declared that many days during a
pionth .c;irrier! ant clerks do nqt put
jw tight ijours uf actual work, hut
J pat when over eight hours w;u nd nd-rd,
rd, nd-rd, instead of tie man in charge of
the service being able to even up the
work to about 4.S hours a week, It
entailed an extra expense upon the
government. He said that while he
v as in favor of appropriating money
to pay the added expenses caused by
the passage of the eight hour pro pro-yisiijii,
yisiijii, pro-yisiijii, he ws ly iavyr. yf its repeal,
lie stated that he believed it could
be repealed without working a hard hard-fchip
fchip hard-fchip upon any postal carrier or clerk.
His remarks received the approval of
Senator Bristow of Kansas, formerly
assistant postmaster general, and wfto
$ probably Itybst jiifpruied man ou
Hie postal service in the Senate. It
WHS Hristow wljo rook the leading
pnrt in ''cleaning out" th postoffice
department some years ago, which
resulted In a number of postoffice
officials and government contractors
being sent to the penitentiary.
The
Perfect Baby
Of The Future
A Simple Method That Has a Wonderful
Influence upon The Future laf-nt.
Too much can not b said for a wonderful
retuwly,- familiar t nitiny women as Mother a
' It ia wore eloquent la In action tnaa au
Oie health rnles orer laid flnrrn for the RTiHsncu
f.f exm-ctant niotli.Tw. It is an external IP':
'.'itioti mat snreaiM niuuru. tr ui
i-nrils, nmcle," liitanients ami fim'ms imi
' I ,. .. ..i i.-... .l irrni'i'Tllll'S
ivitli-n.t pain, wiiliout kuaiu, aim uu .j
Jhtj mii.'l cnre-fifM.' anil in jojiui inunjummi
!i ..,.....- ,.f .,11 u-..iiinrlv Hlllliition.
Mother'! Krieiul must therefore ho ennllervt
m iiireetly n n-nt important Influence mon the
rimraeter and listx-ltin of the future genera generation.
tion. generation. It w a eon.iil.tl fact ttiat, with pauwa,
n..rciiiiK4 ninl (Iff ad lmnlfhe.1. there la
Mored up uch an nlmn.lance of healthy energy
an to hrlng into lelns the hitrest Ideals or
those who fondly theorize n i. rules that
Insure the eomiujr of the perff-i uaJiy.
Motbers Krt.nJ call ? had at any draeslft
tit ft 0J a Ix.ttle, and It 1 un'iiiestionuMy on
of Uumo rinii-dies that Mt-wayx ban a J.lai'e anion.?
Ilie .-Iw-rllHl ft-w in the medicine CHbinet.
. Mother's 1 rten.l H prepared by the Kradfl" a
ll'Cu! i:r Co.. Iimnr IU.1t., At lain '.a.,-
fr the r..r;ui.U of neted family d-r..r.'
rit- tht-m Cr a very histm.-tive !lt to
.xi- ti.iit iii..fhrs. s-e that your utu-i. i -iu
t r. ir y.n Mother' frieutl,
R, D, FULLER
DENTAL SURGEON
tlffloe Over Slunroe A Cbmbllas Daafc
FHOXE 15.
OCALA FLORIDA
TERMS. CASH
J, E. GHACE
DENTAL SURGEON
Rooms 9, 10 and 11, Second Floor,
Holder Block.
DCALA FLORIDA
TERMS. CA5TT.
DR. L. F. BLALOCK
Dental Surgeon
OFFICE OVER COMMERCIAL
BANK
OCALA, - FLORIDA
M'lVER & MAC KAY
Funeral Directors
Undertakers and Embalmers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
P, E. McIVR and C. V. ROBERTS
Funeral Directors
111 Work Done by Licensed Em Embalmers
balmers Embalmers and Fully Guaranteed.

v

nrSHFI) TO MEET
THE GRIM REAPER

Montgomery, Ala., May 22 While
his wife lay desperately ill in an ad adjoining
joining adjoining room, John I. Forniss, a re
tired capitalist, committed suicide in
his apartments at a prominent local
hotel last night by sending a bullet
through his brain.
Mr. Forniss was seventy-three
years old, a Confederate veteran and
a native of Wilcox county, Ala.
lit VINE
Irvine, May 20. Farmers
In this
section are harvesting oats.
Mr. Ja'ck Williams, of Citra. was in
our. burjar yesterday looking after cu cucumber
cumber cucumber shipments at his Fopr YM'Hhf
fapm,
-ft. .less purlin, of Lake Weir,, a
"knlKht of the Krlp," was with us yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. Mr. Vic Cunzy. of Citra, is stopping
at the McAlliseter Inn. He is enlarg enlarging
ing enlarging the packing house for the I'hi;
lelphia grove people.- The1 ae't ex expecting
pecting expecting a 40.000 Uy erop YhU season.
Mr.. Pfew Matthews, of Jacksonville,
waii In our burg; a few minutes Sunday
evening.
A crowd of professional lomato
packers from hp fu,kl voast invaded
u yur-iaj.. They are stopping with
Airs. lUrsoiix. They, will operate
packing' shed 'here a,nd lut u th ior
matq crp for- this evtU)u.
Th Parnbat-h Bros., of Buardman,
were in town Sunday,
The hail torm of last week hjt this
section hard and our farmers are feel feeling
ing feeling blue but the corn and tomato crops,
are coming out all O. K., but cucum cucumbers
bers cucumbers suffered badly. Mr. J. M. Malsby
lost 40 acres.
Turner Farm, May 20, AVe are hav having
ing having some very warm weather and nice
refreshing showers dally. Crops are
looking fine, that is, corn, cane and
cotton.
Mr. Cheshire has a promising crop.
Some necessary : 'wort? is beiilu uuae
at the school' "hu.' ijr. Porter ha
tjulu a. tence and is putting down a.
pump.
The people of this eo.mrnunty meet
every auoiay arterneon ana pas orr
the time niely with Uihle reading and
sintiing. T?oth old and young wore
bright and smiling faces Sunday aft
ernoon and the singing was grand.
Mr. Moore and Mr. Mathew Harper
called to .see Mr. Turner Sunday, which
seemed to revive the old. fVw
C t-jiu is snipping sqme nice
ykra at present.
HOW'S THIS?
We offer one hundred dollars rewao.
for any cise of catarrh that cannot be
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J.
CHENEY & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
We, the undersigned, have known K.
J. Cheney for the ?vr'5 years, nd be
lieve nun perfectly nonoraoie in au
business transactions, and financially
able to carry out any obliUA
by his firm. Walking Rinnan & Marvin.
Wholesale Druggists, ToieaQ, U.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Intern
ally, acting dlreetly unan the blood
and mucous surface of the system.
Testimonials sent free. Prloe 75 cents
per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con constipation.
stipation. constipation. Ad.
PICXIC AT TURNER'S r.qfl
All arv! invited to attend the annual
basket picnic at Turner's Pond Friday,
June 20. There will be danclnff for
those who enjoy this pleasure, pan't
forget the date, Friday, June 20th, at
Turner's Pond, Committee.
WOXDERFUL SKI-I SALVE
Eucklen's Arnica Salve Is known
everywhere as the best remedy mada
for all diseases of the skin, and also
for bums, bruises and boils. Reduces
Inflammation 'and Is soothing and heal
ing. J. T. Sossaman, publisher of the
News, of Cornelius, N. C." writes
that one box helped his serious skin
ailment after other remedies talgi
Only 25 cents. Tecommenaa by Tyd
ings & C:' ' ' A-
IXDIAX RUNNER DUCIS
rure hlao4 fwn and white, standard
variety of these famous egg ma machines."
chines." machines." Eggs for sale for hatching at
ten cents each. Also two drakes for
sale at $2 each. Write or inquire of
N Trafton, Belleview. Fla. 4-28
i- ee
, . ee3HtM!

DHL
Rtrbecue aiul Basket I'ienic in that
Thriving Town on the 27th
m of May
Bushnell. May 22. The Bushnell
people cordially invite all their
neighbors and friends to a barbecue
and basket picnic at this place on
Tuesday, May 27th. The occasion is
the laying of the cornerstone to the
new courthouse now being built. The
cornerstone will be laid by the Grand
Lodge of Mason which the state
grand master has ordered convened
here at that time. There will be a
brass band (probably the Ocala band,
and some public speaking.
We have induced the Seaboard to
run a special trah ror the conven convenience
ience convenience Qf ncala people and people be between
tween between the two places on that, tiay,
leaving Ocaia at 8 a. ru. aud return returning
ing returning leaving Buslnli 4 p. m. Rate
on faro, fur round trip. We have
done this particularly for the bene benefit
fit benefit of Ocala people aud- intermediate
points, ;id we would be gladj to have
big attendance from Ocala.
Yours truly,
J, C. B. Koonce.
FL1KS ARE DAXGEUOUS
YOU SHOULD KEEP TIE OUT
Flies are a, grea,t menae to, health
and a,sde' fro,rn the question of health,
they 'ar vry dlsasreeable. Let us
screen your house with our modern
method, home manufactured screens.
Ocala Lumber & Supply Co. 3-25-tf
HOTEL
HARRINGTON HALL
CAFE
The place to take
your meala while
yOUY- fajnily is
away for the sum summer.
mer. summer. Service and food
the very best with
polite and court courteous
eous courteous ae.nitioiL
bring your moth mother
er mother wife or sweet sweetheart
heart sweetheart YOU WILL BE TREATED
RIGHT.
ii::ii!ii:::ii:i::::i::::::::;;;rrni;t:ni;:;;:
j, a purvis,
DENTAL SURGEON,
Offices over Nash's
Dry Goods Store,
Ocala, - Florida
!imfni;i:::m
5i
W, C. BLANCHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
PLANS 'yRXISHED
OX APPLICATION
P. O. BOX 48 OCALA. FLA.
HAVE YOUR CB PAINTED
IP A
Wet

I

TRAIN TOOK A FATAL TUMBLE linnn HfAH

Kinton, W. Va., May 22. Five
men and women and a little girl
wen? killed last night on Sewell's
lumber railroad, forty miles west of
here, when the train ran into a land landslide
slide landslide which carried the cars over a
precipice, a sheer drop of one hun hundred
dred hundred feet.
III.ITCHTON HHIEFS
Blituhton. May 21. Mrs. M. L. Frey Frey-ermuth
ermuth Frey-ermuth of Newberry is the guest of
her daughter. Mrs. O. S. Sanders.
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Blitch of Irvine
were visitinrr relatives here last week.
Mr. O. S. Sanders is mark and brand
inspector fur district No. 20.
Mr. I. II. nutcfi spent Tuesday in
Ocala.
Mr, Milton Thompson of Vienna, Ga.,
returned home Tuesday after a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant stay of two weeks.
Uev. A. I Prisoo of Berlin was a
Monday caller.
The heaviest rain
Monday afternoon
wind and ha'l.
rr. Blitch visited
this summer
aocompanled
fell
by
Terrell Tuesday,
returning Wednesday.
Mr. Vasco Sec-kinder of Berlin was a
Sunday visitor.
Mrs. Baduer Brooks of Montbrook is
the Hiiest of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Slier-,
ouse.
LYX.M
I-.vnne, May 30, Aliss E, G. Rogers
and Miss Mudie left Friday for their
homp tn tacksonville after a very
pleasant visit to Col. R. F. Rofrers and
famly.
it is certainly very interesting to
see the improvements going on on the
I'nited States government preserv un under
der under the care of Mr. C. H. Iogev-s. The
eucalapus and French pines are now
in their prime nd are a beautiful
sigrht v .see.
There was a B. Y. F. U, organized at
the Oklawaha Brida ehurch Sunday
night w;ith forty enrolled.
Mrs, Ti- F, Rogers has been enjoying
a visit and reunion of four of her sis sisters,
ters, sisters, some of them being past the three
score and ten years, but in spite of
that are lively and able to get ayuad
and have a pleasant time. Those pres present
ent present were Mrs. K. J. B;uh of Live Oakj
Mrs. John Brinson uf Pine Mount; Mrs.
V. .1. Walker of Tampa. One of the
sons entertained the rupto-n at his
home for one day a,d uuite a pleasant
time was ha ttkiii! over things that
naa lont since oeen iorgotten hy some.
Miss Irene Blume. who has been
spending a week with Col. R. F. Rog Rogers
ers Rogers and family, has returned to h.er
home in Live Oak.
HAS PALATft V FOVXD THE SAME
flip AnMwer In Found iq tke Stralsht Stralsht-forward
forward Stralsht-forward Statement ef a lHilatka
ReHldent
We have been readins week after
week in the local press of Ocala citi citizens
zens citizens who have been rid of distressing
kidney and bladder troubles by Doan's
Kidney Fills, and we have often won wondered
dered wondered whether the same high opinion
of this medicine is to be found, our
neighboring towns. Thi frank and
earnest statement by a, well-known
and respected ysident of Palatka will
set this. dubt at rest.
N;ohu E. Marshall, lawyer, 225 North
Fifth street, Falatka, Fla., says: "I
have no reason to change my high
opinion of Doan's Kidney Pills and
recommend them as highly as I did irl
my former endorsement. The y&lief
they gave me has been permanent."
For sale by all deaW- Price 50
cents. Foster-Milb.urn Cx., Buffalo,
New York, soke agents for the United
States-
4eiember the name Doan's and
lake no other. Ad No. t
IMOX SUNDAY
SCHOOL
JM VMV 31 A V 29
Thv U-rttvn Sunday .school picnic will
he held this year at Lake Weir. Mr. F.
K. Mclver has put the docks an-A bath-,
house at his fine hom. "Idlewild,"
down there at the disposal of the com committee,
mittee, committee, cufeQuently the picnic prom.
les to be the most enjoyable for years.
The picnic train will leave the Coast
Line depot at 7 a. m. Thursday, May
2h, and. carry the crowd to Oklawaha,
from where they will go to the picnic
ground by boat, car and carriage.
Don't forget the date.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot cor
ner. Meals a la carte and lunches
any hour. Ad.
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Important Rill Passed hy the Repre Representatives
sentatives Representatives at the Present
Session
Tallahassee, May 22. Among the
more important bills of a general na nature
ture nature passed by the House of Repre Representatives
sentatives Representatives during the present session
are the following:
Providing for the establishment of
a state fire insurance rating board.
Bills creating a bureau oT labor
statistics, amending laws relating to
employers' liability, prohibiting the
employment of minors in certain oc occupations
cupations occupations and prohibiting employers
from discriminating against employ employees
ees employees who belong to or desire to join
labor unions.
Appropriations for a monument to
the women of the Confederacy ana
for a statue to General Edmund Kir Kir-by
by Kir-by Smith to be placed in the National
Hall of Fame.
The creation of three new coun counties
ties counties Bay, Seminole-and Broward.
Making the burglary of occupied
houses a capital crime.
Submitting a constitutional amend amendment
ment amendment abolishing the office of county
treasurer.
Requiring county commissioners
and members of county boards of
public Instruction to give bond.
Bills appropriating funds for the
state institutions of higher learning,
for county scholarships in same and
for summer training schools for
teachers. Also for corn clubs and
canning clubs.
Providing for compulsory school
attendance m counties voting for
same.
Au anti-lobbying bill.
The general revenue bill.
The Trammel bill abolishing the
convict lease system.
Bryan primary bill and a corrupt
practices act to restrict campaign
expenses and prevent illegal prac practices
tices practices in elections.
Dividing the state into four con congressional
gressional congressional districts.
Providing for the election of
United States senators by direct
vote of the people.
An amendment to the pure food
law.
Providing for the distribution of
the state school fund by giving each
county the amount it pays in.
Providing that damages may be
recovered from telegraph companies
for mental anguish caused by their
failure to deliver telegrams relating
to the illness or death of relatives.
Many other bills of general inter interest
est interest but of less importance have been
passed by the House, as well as a
large number of local bills of a great
benefit to the localities affected by
them.
Poor appetite ts a sure sign of lm
paired digestion. A few doses of
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab
lets will strengthen your digestion and
Improve your appetite. Thousands
have been benefited by taking these
tablets. Sold by all dealers. Ad.
J. H. BRINS0N
EAL ESTATE
: : : AND : : :
NVESTMENT
BROKER
EVERYTHING IN REAL.
ESTATE
OCALA
FLORIDA
iVVVV
THE
HI
MORE ?

SUNDRY CIVIL BILL
MAKES THEM SORE

Detroit, May 22. Practically all
of today's sessions of the convention
oi me national Manufacturers' Asso-i
ciation was taken up with discussion
of labor organizations and the labor
situation. The discussion culminated
yesterday afternoon in sending to
President Wilson resolutions protest protesting
ing protesting against the sundry civil appro appropriation
priation appropriation bill and urging the chief
executive to veto it because of the
provision against using funds for
prosecution of labor organizations
under the Sherman act.
ARRIVAL AND Uhil'ARTURE
OF TRAINS AT OCALA
The following schedule Is not paid
for, but Is printed for the information
of the public. The railroads are re requested
quested requested to send In corrections when whenever
ever whenever necessary.
SEABOARD AIR LINE
' Southbound
Arrive
.1:05 p.m.
.2:31 p.m.
.1:35 a.m.
Leare
1:20 p.m.
2:32 p.m.
1:40 a.m.
No.
No.
No.
3
3 (Limited)
1
-Northbound
No.
No.
No.
.2:25 a.m.
.1:00 p,m.
.4:23 p.m.
2:30 a.m.
1:15 p.nx
4:25 p.m.
10 (Limited.
The limited leaves Jacksonville at
11:30 a. m. and arrives in Tampa at 6
p. m. It leaves Tampa at 1 p. m. and
arrives in Jacksonville at 7:30 p. m. It
stops only at Turkey Creek, Plant City.
Dade City, W'ldwood, Ocala, Starke
and Waldo
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
Southbound Jax. and St. Petersburg
Arrive Leave
No. 9 10:35 p.m. 10:46 p.m.
No. 39 2:40 p.m. 2:42 p.m.
Southbound Ocala and Lakeland
No. 35 (Sunnyjim) 6:40 a.m.
Northbound Jax. and St. Petersburg;
Arrive Leave
No. 10 5:19 a.m 5:20 a.m.
No. 40 12:54 p.m. 1:14 p.m.
Northbound Lakeland and Ocala
0.0. taunnyjimj ... .Arrive 9:50 p.m.
Ocala and Iloinosasna
Leave No. 49 8:20 a.m
Leave No. 47 2:25 p.m.
Arrive No. 4 4 12:50 p.m.
Arrive No. 48 6:00 p.m.
OCALA NORTHERN
Lv. for Palatka.. 7:30 a.m. i:25 p.m.
Sunday trains ... 8:00 a.m. 1:25 p.m.
Ar. from Palatka. 10:40 am. 5:10 p.m.
FOR TIIK WEAK AND NERVOUS
Tired-out, weak, nervous men and
women would feel ambitions, energet energetic,
ic, energetic, full of life and always have a good
appetite, If they would do the sensi sensible"
ble" sensible" thing for health take Electric
Bitters. Nothing better for the stom stomach,
ach, stomach, liver or kindeys. Thousands say
they owe their lives to this wonderful
home remedy. Mrs. O. Rhinevault, of
Vestal Center, N. Y., says: "I regard
Electric Bitters as one of the greatest
of gifts. I can never forget what It
has done for me." Get a bottle your yourself
self yourself and see wrhat a difference It will
make in your health. Only 50c and $1.
Recommended by Tydings & Co. Ad
MANUSCRIPT COVERS
An elegant line or iawyers manu manuscript
script manuscript covers, in any color that could
be desired, just received at the Star
office. f
REST MEDICINE FOIl COLDS
When a druggist recommends a rem remedy
edy remedy for colds, throat and lung troubles.
you can feel 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
throat and lung medicine I selL It
cured my wife of a severe bronchial
cold after all other remedies had fail
ed." It w'll do the same for you If you
are suffering with a cold or any bron
chial, throat or lung cough. Keep a
bottle on hand all the time for every
one in the family to use. It 13 a home
doctor. Price 50c and SI. Guaranteed
by Tyding3 & Co. Ad.
OLLIE MORDIS MARKET OPEN
The market rormeny Known ay the
Ollie Mordls' Is now open. Will keep on
and a supply of fresh meats and fish
Orders by phone will receive prompt
attention. Phone number 315. Come
to the old stand and be treated right
Yours respectfully.
Ad. OLLIE MORDIS,
o
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II

Iemocratic Line-Up Will be Solid
Behind His Veto
Waashington, May 22 Prominent
democratic leaders of the House and
Senate declare that if President Wil Wilson
son Wilson vetoes the sundry civil appro appropriation
priation appropriation bill because of the provis provision
ion provision exempting labor unions and far farmers'
mers' farmers' associations from prosecution
as trusts, they will support him and
repass the bill with the clause
stricken from the measure.
READJTHIS
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 mall on re receipt
ceipt receipt of $1. One small bottle is two
months' treatment and seldom falls to
perfect a cure. Send for testimonials
from this and other states. Dr. E. W.
Hall, 2096 Olive street. St. Louis Mo.
Sold by all brugglsts. Ad
OCALA LODGF. XO. TSO. IS. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent and
Protective Order of Elks, meets the
second and fourth Tuesday evenings In
each month. Vis'Mng brethren always
welcome. Chas W. Hunter, E. R.
Joseph Bell, Secretary Ad.
JOSEPH BELL
Attorney at Law
Office
Second Floor, J
Munroe &. Chambliss Bldg.j
Ocala, Fla.
DR. D. M. BONEY
OPTOMETRIST
EYESIGHT SPECIALIST
Optometry Office and Laboratory
OFFICE HOURS
9 to 12 a. m., 1:30 to 4:30 p. tn.
Rooms 2-6 Gary Building, Ocala. Tlx
CONSTIPATION
Indigestion. Bad Breath. Dizzi Dizziness,
ness, Dizziness, Vertigo (blind stargers).
Headache, Sallow Complexion,
a Tired. Discouraged Feeling;
are all symptoms of a Torpid
Liver.
HERBINE
la an Effective Liver Tonic and
Bowel Ren-nlator.
Its powerful reviving Influ Influence
ence Influence in the torpid liver brings
on an Immediate Improvement.
You feel better at once. The
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. Blttlager A Carroll, Proprietor
R. II. Carroll, General Manager
Port V. Leaveaffood, Business Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered in the poatofflce at Ocala,
ria., as second class matter.
UNDERWOOD PROTESTS TOO OFTEX
The following from Claude L'Engle's
Washington letter is another of those
hits that the independent and out outspoken
spoken outspoken Florida congressman is con constantly
stantly constantly making:
Like Leader Mann, Majority Leader
Oscar Underwood Is rich. lie also has
the facts, which he can have gathered
and presented to him in tabloid shape,
lie talks by the book when he gets on
his feet. He can make himself heard
all right, but the impression upon the
ears In his audieiree is not pleasing. He
nasi a harsh rasping voice and such a
deliberation of manner as to amount
almost to a drawl.
He has and doubtless deserves the
reputation of being fair, but like the
Queen in Hamlet, he mentions his de
sire to be fair too often. Everybody
remembers what Hamlet replied to
one of those speeches his mother made
touching upon her affection for the
poisoned king, Hamlet got tired of
listening to it and turning those sor
rowful eyes upon her, said: 'Oh,
woman, thou dost protest too much."
As I say, no one has said this about
Underwood yet, so I will say it, lest It
may be left unsaid.
He makes a very ingenious argu
ment when he is in a corner in a de debate,
bate, debate, and. Mann had him in a corner
when Underwood rose to a point of
order on Mr. Mann's amendment to the
tariff bill creating a tariff commission
Underwood said it was not "germaine,'
but after listening to the arguments of
the three leaders and to the decision of
Speaker Clark, I believe it was ger
malne. But, like the good democrat
that I am, upon the appeal from the
decision of the chair, which sustained
' the Underwood joint of order, I voted
the democratic ticket, which same I
have done by "main strength and
awkwardness" and oftlmes shall do
again.
FLORIDA CAXXIXG FACTORIES
The following article from that well
edited and influential paper, the Pensa Pensacola
cola Pensacola Journal, Is one of the results of
the publicity campaign carried on by
the Ocala Board of Trade:
Florida is rapidly coming into her
own and in no way is this being
brought about more surely than in the
establishment of canning factories in
all parts of the state.
News items in the state papers tell
of the building of a large cannery at
Ocala. in Mar'on county, by Atlanta
capitalists. The Ocala proposition is
to be an all the year around affair and
maintain its payroll for twelve months
in the year. The special product of
this cannery will be sweet potatoes
and the owners are now contracting
for the purchase of all the sweet po potatoes
tatoes potatoes they can get and stand ready to
buy all the potatoes Marion county can
produce. The cannery will also use
other vegetables in season and will
take care of the by-products.
There is nothing Tiovel fn this prop proposition.
osition. proposition. These canneries are going up
all over the state, but this one is men mentioned
tioned mentioned because it is the latest and one
of the largest.
Canning sweet potatoes has long
been known as a good way to preserve
this useful product, but the business
on a large scale for commercial pur purposes
poses purposes Is comparatively a new enter enterprise.
prise. enterprise. But it is a good one and one
that has no limitations.
Florida grows the best sweet pota potatoes
toes potatoes on this continent and they may
be grown here at less cost than any anywhere
where anywhere else.
The country around Pensacola is
specially adapted to potato growing
and the raising and canning f this
product here, on a large scale, seems
to be one of the enterprises that may
be developed In the near future.
HARD-WORKING HOUSE
Frank L. Huffaker, who is decidedly
the most interesting and independent
of the newspaper correspondents at
the state capital, has the following to
say about the work of the House of
Representatives:
Regardless of what the corporation corporation-controlled
controlled corporation-controlled press has to say on the sub subject,
ject, subject, your correspondent claims that
the present House of Representatives
has passed more good laws for the
benefit of the people than any other
House of Florida history. Result: In Inspired
spired Inspired and malicious attacks from ev every
ery every source, and particularly from cor corporation
poration corporation lobbyists.
Representative Marcy B. Darnell, ed editor
itor editor of the Key West Citizen and one
of the best newspaper men in the state,
this morning Introduced the following
resolution which the House adopted:
"Whereas, A number of corporation corporation-serving
serving corporation-serving newspapers in this state have
published In their columns many ma malicious,
licious, malicious, untruthful and misleading edi editorials
torials editorials relative to the proceedings of
the House, thereby doing a grave in injustice
justice injustice to this body and its members;
therefore be it
"Resolved, By the House of Repre Representatives,
sentatives, Representatives, that a publicity committee
of Ave be appointed by the speaker, the
duty of which committee it shall be to
prepare a series of concise articles rel
ative to the work of the House, for the
newspapers of the state, especially the
weekly press, and furnish the same to
each newspaper in Florida, with the
request that the same be published, in
order that the public may be correctly
Informed regarding the proceedings of
this body."
Darnell) Statement
Mr. Darnell made the following
statement on the subject:
"The resolution is not, nor Is it in
tended to be any reflection on the
legislative press bureau, as I consider
that the news service furnished by
this bureau Is superior to any ever
supplied to the newspapers of the state
during any session of the legislature.
"Unfortunately many small weekly weekly-papers
papers weekly-papers form their ideas of the work of
the legislature from the editorials pub published
lished published by corporation-serving newspa newspapers,
pers, newspapers, which are utterly misleading and
unfair.
"My idea is to furnish these small
weekly newspapers, which cannot af afford
ford afford a regular press service, with a
regular, concise record of bills passed,
without any comment whatever, in or
der that their readers may be correctly
Informed of our proceedings and1 form
their own conclusions regarding the
manner In which legislators are per performing
forming performing their duties."
When women have the vote, there
will probably be female inspectors of
factories and other places where wom women
en women and children are worked, and per per-iaj
iaj per-iaj they will notice overwork and

unflkfiltary surrounding better th.n

he rfien. Or will they be' as carele as
moat of their fashiofiable sisters of the
pre?ent regime.
INQUIRIES COMING IN
The following card was received at
the Board of Trade rooms:
Mr. J. D. Rooney, Secretary of Board
of Trade. Ocala, Fla.
Dear Sir: Kindly send me any free
literature and other information about
your town, and oblige.
Yours truly,
J. C. Merritt.
Orlando, Fla., May 20, 1913.
Saw it in "Stroller" column Florida
Grower.
This shows conclusively that it pays
to keep the name of Ocala and Marion
county before the people all the time
as the various papers through this and
other states are look'ni? for new.s from
progressive sections.
FOURTH OF JULY
Have any of you forgotten that M.
Fishel is the ancient, honorable and
acceptable Fourth of July promoter for
Ocala. If you have, brush up your
memory, for he was snooping thru the
Star's files this morning and told us in
strict confidence that there would be
something doing. So keep your eye
peeled and your ear uncorked.
Mr. W. C. Blanchard received last
night the sad news of the death of
his mother, Mrs. M. M. Blanchard, at
Lawtey, and left at once for that place
to attend the funeral. Mrs. Blanchard
was indeed a mother in Israel. She
was a native of Sanford, Me., but for
the last third of a century had made
her home in Florida, and her death
saddens the little town of Lawtey,
where she has been a loved and es esteemed
teemed esteemed resident for so many years
She leaves five children, of whom two
were also residents of Lawtey. and
were with her when the end came.
The editorial page of the Times
Union for Sunday contained nine sepa
rate items slurring President Wilson,
Mr. Bryan and other democratic lead leaders.
ers. leaders. Pensacola Journal.
Well, don't worry. Florida demo democrats
crats democrats are all on to the Times-Union,
and we don't suppose either Wilson or
Bryan knows It exists. As a general
thing, its support is a hoodoo to any
statesman.
The St. Petersburg Independent has
a plan on foot for the establishment
of a father's day. We shall watch for
it with interest and have an important
engagement out in the woods on that
date.
The latest scientific research proves
that printer's ink is a most effective
germicide. Now is the time to sub subscribe.
scribe. subscribe. GLOBE'S SALE WAS GREAT
Mr. Jos. Malever, proprietor of the
Globe, and all of his big force of clerks
are very much elated over the success
of the great sale at the store. The
sale opened yesterday morning,and the
force could not wait on all the custo customers
mers customers -who came in, and the cash sales
at the close of the day, and cash talks,
showed that the sale for the opening
day had been the best and more goods
were sold than on any day during all
of the sales that he has ever put on
since he has been in business InOcala.
Mr. Malever has a big store filled
with good merchandise and he is offer offering
ing offering real bargains and as the sale has
been very extensively advertised, he
is going to have all that his force of
clerks can do all through the sale.
Two page ads were run in both the
Daily and Weekly Star and ten thou thousand
sand thousand huge heralds were distributed all
over the county by Mr. M. Rathauser,
the manager of the sale, and a perfect
stream of customers has been brought
to the store by this effective advertis advertising
ing advertising campaign.
Today's business has been almost
as good as the opening day at the sale,
and the clerks have had all they could
do today also
The proprietor of the Globe .stands
ready to back every statement as to
price and quality made In the advertis advertising
ing advertising matter and promises every cus customer
tomer customer a square deal and a saving of
many dollars on their purchases.
ELWOOD FORT
Mr, Elwood Fort, a young citizen of
the Grahamville section, died at the
home of his father at Capulet Wednes Wednesday.
day. Wednesday. He leaves a wife and one child.
RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT
Our Heavenly Father who doeth all
things well, even when he sees best to
afflict his children, has been pleased an
his wisdom and love to call home ouT
neighbor, friend and Sunday school
classmate, Walter Edward Young, by
the translating touch of what we call
death, and by so doing has brought
sorrow to his home, to the neighbor neighborhood
hood neighborhood and to this Sunday school. In his
taking away we the class to which he
belonged, and In attendance on the
sessions of which he was so faithful
and regular, feel that we have met
with a great loss as well as a deep
sorrow. The wider circle of the school
will also miss his pleasant greetings
of friendship and cheerful countenance.
We feel that the whole community
has lost a friend who was helpful by
his upright life and consistent charac character.
ter. character. It is rather unusual but very re refreshing
freshing refreshing to have among us a young
man of such a noble character and
who was held in such high esteem by
all. young and old. and while we shall
no longer have his bodily presence
with us yet we believe that although
dead he shall still speak to us through
the persistent influence of his memory
so fragrant with the sweetness of a
pure character, and It is our prayer
that the life of each one of us who re remains
mains remains may be the better because we
have known Walter and have for an
example his upright life. We as a class
and as a school would place on record
in this manner the esteem of our class classmate
mate classmate and fellow member of this Sun Sunday
day Sunday school and we would assure the
sorrowing father, mother, brother and
sisters that our sympathy and pray prayers
ers prayers shall go out for them. T- We hope
that each of us will so live that we
can meet him in the great beyond.
C. G. Parker, Teacher..
Ruby Cappleman.
Stella Clayton.
Wiire Vaughn.
Mamie Paulson.
Willie Clayton.
Fort King Sunday school.
Fishing tackle. One hundred King
Fisher Minnows with Urge hooks, as
sorted colors; the 73-cent kind for 43
cents. Why Pay More? B. Goldman.
Adv. 2-22-3td-ltw
Bathing suits for men and boys. Why
ray More? At B. Goldman's 5-22-3tdlw
For first class auTomoTjrie service
by the trip, hour or day, phone No.
327. First class car and uniformly
low prices to all. J. C. Geiger. Ad.

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One of the largest crou-d.s et out
attended the Board of ira.ie meeting
at the courthouse last night. Nearly
all the members were present, and
quite a number of other citizens.
The meeting was called to order at
8 o'clock by President Chace. Minutes
cif special meeting of April 2 read.
corrected and approved.
The following applications for mem membership
bership membership received: W. O. Massey, J. W.
Dow. C. B. Kemp. Nat!. an Mayo. R. B.
Bullock, Southern Express Co. and H.
G. Tinker. Mr. C. P. Howell changed
to full from out of town membership.
The petition of Oklawaha avenue
residents for influence of the board
toward paving that important street,
and the communication of .Mrs. O. T.
Green, regarding the scientific dis disposal
posal disposal of sewase. wer- referred to the
civics committee.
The special committee appointed to
examine Blit'chton road, made report,
result of which has already been pub published.
lished. published. President Chace stated that Secre Secretary
tary Secretary Rooney had been in office for sev
en weeks, and asked Mr. Rooney to
address the meeting.
Mr. Rooney made a good talk, telling
of the past performances and future
plans of the board. He was listened
to with attention ami frequently ap applauded.
plauded. applauded. He thanked the public spirit spirited
ed spirited citizens who had helped on the
work, and specially mentioned the
Ocala papers for their unceasing in interest
terest interest in the efforts of the board.. He
closed by introducing Mr. H. G. Tinker,
the Millwood farmer.
Mr. Tinker made a good talk on
comparative freight rates and other
needs of the city. His remarks were
enthusiastically approved.
Brief talks were made by Messrs.
Meffert. Chambliss. Thomas. Gary and
others regarding board affairs.
Some necessary committees were ap appointed,
pointed, appointed, and the board adjourned to
the next meeting, which will be Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday evening, June 11. Tiie meet meetings
ings meetings will hereafter be held on the sec second
ond second and fourth Wednesday eveninsts of
each month.
ANNUAL MEETING
OF TIIE OPTOMETRISTS
The state board of examiners in op optometry
tometry optometry has been holding its annual
meeting in the court house. The ob objects
jects objects of the meeting are the transac transaction
tion transaction of regular business incidental to
the board, election of officers for the
ensuing year and examining a class of
applicants who desire to practice op optometry
tometry optometry in this state.
The following members of the board
are present: Dr. D. M. Boney. presi president,
dent, president, Ocala; Dr. Otto C. Bu-tterweck.
secretary, Brooksville; Dr. N. 11. Clark.
Daytona; Dr. H. E. Lough, Tampa: Dr.
J. Gumbinger, Jacksonville; Dr. H. E.
Cole, Kissimmee.
The following applicants are being
examined by the board: W. F. Davey,
F. M. Hadley, Jacksonville; D. T. Den Denny,
ny, Denny, Mulberry; L. C. Hull. Lakeland; S.
P. Hill, Groveland: R. P. Tilley, Clear Clearwater;
water; Clearwater; Miss Bertha A. Fuller, DeLand.
The following officers were re reelected
elected reelected :
Dr. D. M. Boney, president.
Dr. H. E. Lough, vice president.
Dr. Otto Butterweck, secretary and
treasurer.
BARBECUE AT OAK GROVE
The seventeenth annual picnic and
barbecue at Oak Grove will be held on
Thursday, June 26th, 1913. The public
is respectfully invited. Committee.
Stiff neck is not only painful, but an annoying.
noying. annoying. To get rid of it quickly, rub
the parts affected with BALLARD'S
SNOW LINIMENT. It penetrates the
flesh and relaxes the muscles so that
the pain ceases immediately. Price
25c, 50c and $1 per bottle. Sold by all
druggists. Ad.
Special prices on Ru-ber-oid Roofing
for a short time only at OcalaPlumb OcalaPlumb-ing
ing OcalaPlumb-ing & Electric Co. Adv. 5-20
Kirby & Dodson
DEALERS IN
Fresh and Cured Meats, Fresh and
Salt Water Fish, Chickens. Eggs
find Vegetables of all Kinds
North Magnolia Street
P1IONK 200 OCALA, IXA.
Freckled Girls
It is an absolute fact, that one 50 cent
jar of WILSON'S FRECKLE CREAM
will either remove your freckles or cause
them to fade and that two jars will even
in the most severe cases completely cure
them. We are willing to personally
guarantee this and to return your money
without argument if your complexion is
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 jars
are large and results absolutely certain.
Sent by mail if desired. Price 50c.
Mammoth jars $1.00. WILSON'S FAIR
SKIN SOAP 25c For sale by
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"Movie" In MovJnjr Picture
Extra Fine Program at the Ideal
A two reel feature, or.e good comic,
one hand colored slight of hand pic picture
ture picture and a strung drama will be the
five reel feature program at the Ideal
tonight.
"The Long Strike," a two reel fea feature,
ture, feature, full of beautiful water scenes,
exciting parts and strong acting.
"The Man Outside." a strong drama.
'Modern Sleight of Hand," a very
beautiful as well as instructive pic picture.
ture. picture. "Why Papa Spanked the Baby." A
roaring comic.
Admission. 5 and 10 cents. The show
starts promptly tit 7 o'clock. Only 239
s-ats, so (mil- t-arly and !e one of tht
privileged few.
Five Fine Feature Licenced Itee! at
the Temple Tonight
The same good showing of licensed
features every night. Look this pro program
gram program over and ee if it can be beat:
"College Life." a side splitting com comedy.
edy. comedy. "The Indian Maid's Warning, a fine
Indian feature.
"The Sheriff of the County," an ex exciting
citing exciting western story.
"Parcel Post Johnnie," a great
i Kalem comedy.
"The Scales of Justice," a beatuiful
Selig drama.
Tomorrow, Pathe Weekly, Mutt and
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XV. C. T. I Ot TV INSTITUTE
I The W. C. T. U. will hold a county
Institute in Ocala on June 3rd and 4 tli.
I Mrs. George Riggin, state superin superin-Itendent
Itendent superin-Itendent of medical temperance, will be
! one of tiie inrportant speakers and
j there will be other prominent state
workers present. Mrs. Riggin has been
in Tallahassee with Miss Neal during
! this session of the legislature work
ing in the interest of the cause. Every
union in the county and every precinct
in which ther is no union is earnestly
requested to send at least two dele delegates
gates delegates to this institute. The delegates
will be entertained during the two
days of the institute in the homes of
the members of the Ocala union.
For further information apply to
Mrs. W. T. Gary, president of he
Ocala union.
M. P. PRITCHETT
M. P. Pritchett was born in Mobile,
Ala., Feb. 22, I860, and died May 12,
1913, 10 p. m. At the age of three his
mother moved to Florida, his father
having been killed in the -ivil war.
He was reared to manhood at Fort Mc McCoy,
Coy, McCoy, where he married Miss Mary E.
Bellamy, March 4, 1 888. He moved to
Jlejdtville in 1886, where he stayed
until 18!'L', moving from there to Rut Rutland,
land, Rutland, where he was engaged in the or orange
ange orange business In later years he mov moved
ed moved to Levon, where he resided at the
time, of his death. He was unwell for
several years. He leaves a wife, Mrs.
M. P. Pritchett, mother, Mrs. M. A.
Gillis, and three daughters, Mrs. W, G.
Potter of Rutland and Misses Cora and
Clara Pritchett. who were with him
when the death angle came. He be became
came became a member of the Methodist
church in early years, and too much
cannot be said about the honesty of
this esteemed citizen. He was laid to
rest at Belleview Tuesday.
Now Is the time to get rid of your
rheumatism. You can do it by applyr
ing Chamberlain's Liniment and mas massaging
saging massaging the parts freely at each ap application
plication application For sale by all dealers. Ad.
Moose meet this evening.
UNCLASSIFIED ADS.
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 SALI" A baby cart and a high
chair; both in good condition. Apply
to 610 Fort King avenue. 3-22-6t
FOR SALE A brass frame cot and
felt mattress, like new, apply to Star
of flee.
ROOMS FOR RENT Furnished
rooms for light housekeeping, phone
216, Fort King Ave., and a four room
cottage with gas. 5-5-lm
WANTED A young lady to work in
soda fountain and ice cream store out
of town. Apply to the Anti-Monopoly
Drugstore
0-16-61

FOR RENT Furnished rooms with
all modern conveniences; close in.
Phone 378. G-17-tf

I At "TO FOR .SALE A strictly first-
class, second-hand, two-cylinder Max Maxwell
well Maxwell runabout for sale at a great big
bargain. Tihs is one of the cars that
I made the Maxwell famous. Apply at
Star office if interested. o-17-6dt
FOR SALE At reasonable price, one
cream colored mare, harness and rubber
tirA buggy: or Maxwell runabout. All
in good condition. No need for both,
and will sell either outfit. Apply to H.
I. Bitting, at Tydings drugstore. 5 SO 3t
FOR SALE A residence at a bar bargain.
gain. bargain. Six rooms besides kitchen and
; bath room; electric lights; all modern
J conveniences: large yard; beautiful
shade trees: garden; chicken yard;
I servant's house. Apply to -115 S. Lime
St., Ocaia. 3-20-12td :
FOR RENT The entire house or a
-
fcrni-hel or unfurnished. Will;
t same for a year or longer. Apply :
-'12 Crane e Ave. G-20-SM
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LOST 3'et'.veen the residences of J. j
M. Luckie and C. C. Bryant, a small
g-'lJ locket anl chain. Locket is en- I
graved "C. M. S." and contains two
photos. Finder will be rewarded by
returning to Mrs. J. M. Luckie, North
Tuscawiila street. 5-17-31

LOCAL ifillllll

Official Report of Proceeding at Re Recent
cent Recent Meeting; of the City
Council
The city council met in regular ses session
sion session Tuesday evening with all mem members
bers members except the president, Mr. B. A.
WVathers, present.
The Ocala Water Company filed a
communication accepting the city's of offer
fer offer of $42,300 for the water works,
agreeing to turn over the property
4a!y 1 if the city would assume the
taxes for 1913. The proposition was
accepted with the proviso that the city
would pay half the taxes for the year
IMS if the company would 'agree to
pay the other half.
By request of the council Dr. E. Van
Hood submitted a draft or an ordi ordinance
nance ordinance covering the appointment of a
city physician.
Judge William Gober, representing
the A. C. L. Railway, appeared and
asked that the property of the com company
pany company used for terminal purposes be
withdrawn from the regular tax rolls
as it was otherwise covered by as assessment.
sessment. assessment. On advice of the city attor attorney
ney attorney this was granted. The requested
reduction of the assessment of the
company's property on South Eighth
street was referred to the finance
committee.
Three ballots were taken for city
marshal, resulting each time in four
votes for R. C. Carter and four votes
for A. J. Brigance. Election was de deferred
ferred deferred until next regular meeting.
Mrs. T. D. Lancaster's request for a
reduction of value plaeed upon real
estate was referred to the finance com committee.
mittee. committee. A communication from the Alabama
Paving Company, asking that th city
make another payment on completed
paving, was referred to the finance
committee.
The regular contract bills were au audited
dited audited and paid.
The Florida Fire Prevention Asso Association
ciation Association presented for the information
of the council copies of the letters re recently
cently recently sent out to Ocala property own owners
ers owners regarding certain repairs and
changes necessary to give their prop properties
erties properties the proper classification among
the fire insurance companies. These
were referred to the fire committee.
The fire committee was requested to
draw up and present an ordinance
compelling property owners to use
certain preeatuionary measures to pre prevent
vent prevent fires.
The hour of meeting of the council
was by vote changed from 7:30 to 8
o'clock p. m.
Dr. E. Van Hood, president of the
city board of health, was requested to
obtain from Dr. Porter, of the state
board. Information as to just what
would be required of the city in the
matter of sewer.- under the new state
law.
The city clerk was instructed to
communicate with engravers regarding
the new bonds and also with probable
purchasers of these securities.
There being no further business the
council adjourned.
GOOD WTEL.I
If you want a well, have a good one
and let S. H. Christian do your work.
Adv. May 21.
DR. W. K. LAXE,
Speeinllst, Eye, Er, m and Throat.
Office, Law Library Bldg., Ocala. Ad.
Fishing tackle, One hundred King
Fisher Minnows with large hooks, as assorted
sorted assorted colors; the 75-cent kind for 45
cents. Why Pay More? B. Goldman.
Adv. 2-22-3td-ltw
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As usual, prior to my trip to New York every
July, I am reducing my stock for CASH,
Must have room for my Fall Goods, Holiday
and Christmas selections, that I buy first of Aug August
ust August every year.

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No Big Bluif Newspaper Sale Here. We Bought Right and
CAN SELL RIGHT

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REMEMBER,
F. P. GADSON

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in house furnishings are In demand
by those of artistic tastes. A visit
here will disclose
UXIQl'D FURXITURE
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 IX FURXITURE
MERIT IX PRICE.
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Celebrated Dress "Fitting" Form and we invite every
lady in Marion County to visit our store and see this
model.

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HEADQUARTERS FOR WIRE FENCE.
We have just received a carload of the Famous SOUTHERN
Wire Fencing, staples and Hay wire and are in a position to
make some attractive prices on it. We are the onjy deajers
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
gopd we will..
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AT THE

Get MY PRICES On
Dress Goods, Laces, Muslin Underwear, Embroidery,
Ribbons, Ladies' Hats, Women and Children's Shoes,
Men's Dress and Work Shirts, Ladies' Skirts, Para Parasols
sols Parasols and Umbrellas, Men and Boys' Hats and Caps,
Notions and Jewelry.

Colored and Wblu Cnva
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Fanej- Carpet Hoone Slippers
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Big line of Shirt Wlt at
39c and up
Our Windows and Keep
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WOXT WEAR OCT.
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ing nothing more than one of those
SPLENDID IROX BEDS
that we want you to com in and
buy. They are "things of beauty
and a joy forever." At the same
time buy one of our
SPRING MATTRESSES
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.
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.BBand concert tomorrow night.

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. H. HARRIMAN 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 on Savings Accounts

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Undertaker Smith, phones 10 and 94.

Box files at the Court Pharmacy 6-12

Mr. C. A. Tremere of Belleview was a
visitor yesterday.

Mr. T. C. Hodges is out again after a
week's tussle with malaria.

Inks in any size and kind at the
Court Pharmacy. 6-12

Mr. Bat Lanier the astute Lake
county statesman.? was in town today.

Bathing suits for men and boys. Why
Pay More? At B Goldman's. 5-22-3tdlw

Call or phone the Court Pharmacy
for your Quick and accurate prescrip prescription
tion prescription service. Phone 284. 6-12

Mrs. B. F. Borden, the Star is glad
to say, is recovering from her recent
illness.

Mr. Fred Buul of Shady and his
smart little boy-Ben were welcome vis

itors to the Strr"""bffice Tuesday.

Yes. Mr. Cromer Is the dry cleaner.
He clean! and presses ladies' and Men's
clothes. Telephone 451. o-21-6t

Mother Kroh's remedies for baby ail ailments.
ments. ailments. Guaranteed like all Rexall rem remedies.
edies. remedies. Gerig's Drugstores. Adv.

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

Rexall Sarsaparilla Tonic purifies the
blood and builds up the system. $1 per
bottle at Gerig's Drugstores. Adv.

Seven cars loaded with watermelons
passed thru the city Tuesday from De De-Soto
Soto De-Soto county on their way to the north northern
ern northern markets.

Mr. C. M. Dickerson. the courteous
and enterprising young traveling pas passenger
senger passenger agent of the Seaboard, is in the
from him with regret.

FOR

TfflSS

uIjLJJjIiu.

Mrs. Mary KarltJon lias resigned her

position as stenographer for tne Board
of Trade, and fr Ola Potter of Sum-

7mrneld has takm her place.

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

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Phones 16-174

FLORIDA

UexalJ Liver Salts, one of the famous
Rexall remedies of which there is one

for every ailment. Gerig's Drug Drugstores.
stores. Drugstores. Adv.

Godchaux's Linen Suits at llarley

Bros, will keep you cool. Norfolk and
other styles. Next door to Western
Union Telegraph office. 5-17-12t

Mr. Frank LytTis of Stanton was in

town today. Mr. Xytle said they were
loading several cars of melons at his

You can find everything in the latest

styles for men at Harley Bros. Next
door to Western Union Telegraph of

fice 5-17-12t

discovered thaJUn the said bunch a rat
mamma axiS set eral little ratlets had
made their hone. And now this Phil Phillips
lips Phillips man, insted of dumping the whole
layout into tle fire or a tub of water
a guiding tiat Flanders so the said
fadent family shall receive no unduly
rough bumps. Who can beat it?

PLAYIHG III Pfillfl

tie-m City ltoy In Ocala for Another
Game
Late yesterday afternoon. Manager
Hunter of the Ocala ball team, was
grieved to be informed that the Dun Dun-nellon
nellon Dun-nellon boys could not be here for a
game, and was afraid all the fans
would go ungratified today.
Later in the evening, however, he
was much holp up by a message that
the lively Palatka team was coming
over, with the intention of giving
Ocala even a stiffer tussle than it did
last week.
The Gem City boys arrived about
noon in Messrs. Pearce and Kane's
autos. and put up at the Ocala House.
The game is on as the Star goes to
press.
The Palatka lineup is as follows:
Tim Merrill, catcher: Lew Barstow,
pitcher: Silas Byrd. first base; K. R.
Bernizer, second base: Fred Merrill,
third base: Albion Hutchinson, short shortstop:
stop: shortstop: James Browning. right field;
Claude Crutchfield. center field; Will
Byrd. left field.
Mr James L. Wilkinson is manager

of the team.

Following is the Ocala line-up:
Kepler, c; Galloway, p; Anderson,
lb; Davis. 2b; Fleckenstein, ss; Dew Dewey,
ey, Dewey, 3b; Harris, If; lleidle, of; Burnett,
rf; Anthony, Bullock, Roberts, subs.
J. J. Gerig, umpire.

mL SCHOOL OF Ml' SIC

A Lovely Occasion for Next Welneday
Afternoon anil Evening:
Miss Mary Connor announces the
closing exercises of the Ocala School
of Music at the Temple next Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday afternoon and evening. The ex exercises
ercises exercises will consist of a recital at 4
o'clock and a concert at 8. The clos closing
ing closing exercises of this school have taken
an exalted place among the musical
events of the city in the past two
years. Miss Connor is a true musician
in spirit and technique, and Is gifted
in imparting her talent to her pupils.
The Temple was thronged with eager
hearers las. year, and we have no
doubt the attendance will be as large
or larger next Wednesday.

H CONCERT I'KUUKAM

The demand for room in the Hayes i gis-Berger.

The following program will be given

by the Metropolitan Band tomorrow
evening at 8 o'clock.
"Star Spangled Banner.
March. "King Over All" W. II.
Scouton,
Waltz, "Wild Flowers' W. II. Kifer.
Baritone solo. "Challenge" H. C.
Miller.
Selection, "King Dodo" W. H.
Mackie.
Intermission.

Two-step, "The Spellbinder" Mar-

01A Ml IK

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

& Guynn dry goods store has compell compelled
ed compelled the building of an elevated office
space in the rear of their place.

One or our colored friends, who de desires
sires desires a, favpr of the city council, says
he is going tc get up a "perdition." It
should be easy to get up a "perdition"
these days. It is hot enough.

Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Carter of Belle Belle-view
view Belle-view drove up to Ocala yesterday and
returned home today. Mr. Carter is
manager for Messrs. Mayo & Co's. tur turpentine
pentine turpentine plant at Conant.

The following enterprising commit
sion people are at the Harrington:
Joseph Gentile and wife. Eugene De De-calzi,
calzi, De-calzi, wife and daughter, E. M. Thomas.
J, M. Greene, J. W, York and C .C. Carton,

Medlt-y waltz, "That's How I Need

You" A. Piantadosl.
Waltzes. "Eleanor" Will Huff.
Medley overture. "Superba" C. W.
Dalby. A. E. Gerig, Director,

AT II IS OI.I) IKTI P ATIO.N

That invitation, on the inside of a
boxlid, that Secretary Rooney sent
around town to Board of Trade mem

bers yesterday, had 'em all skinned for

uniquity. If they begin to lose inter

est, he may try the bottom of a wash-

tub.

Mr. J. W. Johnson received the good
news today that his pretty little
daughter, who has been quite sick, ia
better. The little girl and her mother
are with Mrs. Johnson's parents at Mcintosh.

Mr. Frank H. Lytle. the Stanton or

ange grower, is In the city. He reports

everything on the south side of Lake
Weir in fine shape, and says that sev several
eral several cars of melons are being loaded at
Stanton today

Mr. Clifford Peahody has bought, the
Ideal theater, and will conduct it in
future.
Mr. Peabody is an old hand at the
moving picture game. He conducted

the Airdome thru two most successful
summers, and intends to please the
public equally well with the Ideal.
He starts off this evening with a fine
program, which you can see else

where, and will not let the quality of
his entertainments in the least relax.

MELOVS ARK MOVING

The melon crop has begun to move
in good shape and everyi day sees car
loads of them passing through Ocala
for the northern markets. A solid
train load went north on the A. C. L,
railroad in the forenoon and another
will leave this afternoon. The first
train was from Lady Lake and Has Haskell's
kell's Haskell's Mill, just across the Marion
county line in Lake county.

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Mr. L. R. Robinson, who has been

managing the Ideal for the last few

months, will leave in a few days for

his home in Martinsburg, W. Va. Mr.

Robinson has made many friends dur during
ing during his stay here, and Ocala will part
from his with regret.

The Ocala House is swarming with
guests this afternoon. The following

railroad and commission men are
among its guests: H. A. Warner. Bos Boston:
ton: Boston: II. B. Bennett, New York; A. II.

Strickland. New York; W. L. Davis. C,
C. Carlton. Plant City; II. S. Bar,
Jacksonville: P. D. Mitchell. Pittsburg:
A. Miller, M. Lowenthal. New York; R.
W. Burch. Miami; R. E. Davis. A. B. &
A. Railway; H. E. Shepherd. C. of Ga.:

J. W. White, G. S. & F. ; J. Middle

kauff. Illinois Central: L. A. Denelle.

L. & N.: H. C. Gettier, A. C. L. : M. C.

Bvrd. Bowling Green: Ed Denmson.

Pittsburg; R. F. Maguire, New York:

W. 15. Johnson, Blackwell. s. c.

Bine Bird Breakfast for Brides-Elect
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Miss MarfeuerKe Porter was the vi vivacious
vacious vivacious hcWess entertaining this
morning forMiss Margaret Lawrence,
Miss Eli-abe'in Newsom and Miss Sarah
Davis, three char mi ng bride s o t jn e x t
montlw"Miss Porter is always a win-?Qm&-and
gracious hostess and this
morning she far excelled her previous
record as a beautiful entertainer. Ev Every
ery Every detail of this perfectly appointed
breakfast was suggestive of blue birds
which denote happiness.
Mrs. Walter Hood met the guests on
the front piazza and Miss Louise Booe
in the hall invited them to the alcove
of the stairway where Mrs. H. M.
Hampton, and Mrs. Guy Ayer served
refreshing mint punch. The hall was
attractively decorated with palms and
magnolia was laced in the balustrade
while the punch table was adorned
with sweet peas and asparagus fern.
From the hall the guests entered the
parlor, where Miss Porter, Miss Davis
and Miss Newsom happily received
amidst decorations of roses and ferns.
It was with regret that the merry
crowd learned that Miss Lawrence
would not be present, school duties
preventing.
Mrs. Van Hood charmingly related to
her daughter's guests the story of the
"Blue Bird." which is most fascinat fascinating,
ing, fascinating, and in conclusion she told the two
brides-elect and Miss Anna McDowell,

a proxy for Miss Lawrence, that in the

bay window of the parlor they would
find a blue bird's nest full of eggs,
laid especially for them. Sure enough,
in a palm tree, characteristic of the
month of May, was a large nest filled
with all sizes of blue packages and
watching over the nest was a blue bird,
but she did not mind in the least when
the sweet young brides began to raid
her nest. When the first package was
opened the honorees realized that Miss
Porter had conceived a novel way in
showering them. Each package was a
linen article and accompanying it was
a rhyme and the audible reading of
them made known the fact that Ocala
has many poets of merit. The hostess
presents to the three were shirt waist

sets, including tnree blue bird pins, j

These sets are extremely popular this
season.
To the strains of the wedding march
played 1y Mrs. Jefferson Davis Marlin,
the guests passed into the music room,
and there a vision of loveliness met
their gaze. The room was centered
with a round table, covered with a
handsome cluny cloth, and resting on
it were three gilt baskets filled with

blue morning glories. The handles.

were twined with maiden hair fern and
extending from the two outer ones
were streamers of lavendar tulle caug-ht
to the chandelier which was twined
with asparagus fern. Tullip cases fill filled
ed filled with almonds dotted the cloth. On
the piano was a large basket filled
with morning glories and ferns and
caught to the window curtains and the
tulle streamers were numbers of blue
birds and butterflies. These artistic
decorations commanded often the con conversation
versation conversation during the enjoyment of the
buffet breakfast served by the hostess,
Mrs. Walter Hood. Mrs. Marlin, Miss
Booe and dainty little Fanita Cobb, to
the guests who sat around the room on
pillows. The menu included creamed
chicken with mushrooms in patties, nut
and cucumber sandwiches, olives, po potato
tato potato chips, cheese tid-bits. wafers
chocolate ice, crystalired grapefruit
and almonds in yellow tulips. A lit little
tle little blue bird was given each as a sou souvenir.
venir. souvenir. Preceding the breakfast Mrs.
Hampton in her clear sweet voice

sang "The Blue Bird in the Apple

Tree' 'and "Sunshine," which were fol

lowed by two songs from Miss Porter,

who is one of Ocala's most gifted vocalists.

During the breakfast greetings came
from Miss Lawrence along with a pret

tily dressed doll sent to take her place.

Present to enjoy the morning with

Miss Porter and the honorees were
Mrs. Walter Hood, Mrs. H. M. Hamp Hampton,
ton, Hampton, Mrs. Arthur Williams, Mrs. Guy
Ayer of Atlanta, Mrs. Violet Powers,

Misses Alice Bullock, May Camp, Rose

bud Rob'nson, Hester Dewey, Aylmer

Pearce of Columbus, Ga., Jennie Har-

rell. Clara Johnson. Ophelia Sawtell,

Anna and Mary McDowell, Nellie Gott

lieb, Hope Robinson, Fanny Robinson,

Gertie Peyser, Josie Bullock, Mattye

Williams, Bettle Mclver, Minnie Sto

vail, Frances Tarver, Louise Booe. An

nie Davis. Kathleen Jackson, Lois El
lis, Hally Ley, Annie Atkinson.

ECUMTY E1VICE

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.

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CAPITAL FULL PAID I3f f7M
H. D. 8TOKE8, Chlr.
ElWARBg, Pr. CLARENCE CAMP. Tic PrM.

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South Atlantic League,
Every Evening.
Keating's Befifef.

F E. McCLANE, M. O.
SPECIALIST IN CHRONIC DISEASES
THE Dr. MCLANE MEDICAL, SURGICAL
AND ELECTRICAL INSTITUTE
OCALA, FLORIDA.
PHONES Office, No. 333. Dr. McClano's Residence. No. 407.
Office Suite 1 to 7, Holder Block. Southwest Corner Public Square.

NOW IS THE TIME

TO ORDER

Mr. Frank Oates was taken to Jack

sonville yesterday" afternoon to be op operated
erated operated on for appendicitis. Mr. Gates

has had several attacks of late and
this one was so severe that his physi physicians
cians physicians advised an immediate operation.
He decided to haye it done in that city.

Fishing tackle. One hundred King
Fisher Minnows with large hooks, as assorted
sorted assorted colors: the 75-cent kind for 43
cents. Why Pay More? B. Goldman.
Adv. 2-22-3td-ltw

If you belch up a bitter tasting liquid
it is a sign of bad digestion. A dose
or two of HERBINE will correct the
disorder. It stimulates digestion and
purifies the bowels. Pr'ce 50 Ccttta.

Sold by all druggists. Ad.

WE CHISEL, HIGH PRICES DOWNj WHEN WE FIRST

WARE FROM US AND KNOW THE PRICE IS RIGHT.
WE LOCK OUR CUSTOMERS TO US BY SELLING
THEM NONEBUT HARD WEARING HARDWADE. f
THEN WE'VE GOT THE GOODS. YOU CAN GET ITf
AT OUR STORE.

Yesterday Dr. Brannon of Belleview

was admitted to the Marion County
Hospital for treatment. The necessary

questions asked and answered bvought
to lii;-ht thje factthat fir. Brannon and

Miss Marskall,th superintendent of
the hospital, were schoolmates and also

lived on the same street in Wheeling
W. Va., a number of years asro.

3 cans Van Camp's sonp 25c

beans 25c

Hominy 25c

" Mince Meat 25c
" Sunbeam shrimp 25c

lb Soda 5c

small Hat Salmon. 35c

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Ocala, Florida.

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The Star is, informed that tht early
closing movement will revive on the
first of Tiffi'e.- Eieinauer's biar store
will begin closing early on the first
Thursday in June, jnnd the oih?r stores
are expected to fallow suit. Its better
to begin in Junethan in July, but May
would have been better than either.
They have simply lost five afternoons
of fun.

Mr. J. P. Phillips should have a big.
blue ribbon from the S. P. C. A. That
good Flanders auto, that carries him

everywhere and return, has picked up

and tucked away in one corner of the
engine box a bunch of grass, and

looking in this morning Mr. Phillips

" larae " .-30c

tall Salmon,. 30c
" Argo large Salmon 45c
w Ocean Gem tall ... 20c
TRY OUR
Hotel Astor Coffee
SOMETHING FINE
40 cts. per Pound
LORD CALVERT (
STEEL CUT COFFEE
40 c!s. per Pound v
CARN-THOnflAS

Mr. ami Mr, liloyd Entertain

Trio of Yixltorn

for

noon ana?
party a a-H.
H. a-H. L.lol-d
thirty f

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

Finest Quality- of Florida and Western Beef,
Fresh Vegetables.

Pork Lamb and

Phone 108 W. H. MARSH, City Market

HOTEL GHUKCIHIEILJ.
BROADWAY AND 14th ST.
Union Square
NEW YORK
Clean, Comfortable, Convenient and Home-Like Hotel, on
the American and European Plans. :
Ame-leaoi Plan. IZ per day and up. European Plan. 11.00 pr day and
Special "Weekly Kates.
Churchill & Co.

many new people are arriving: to locate
permanently. Tampa Tribune.

Miss Aylmer Pearce of Georgia and

Misses Mav Camp and Jennie Ilarrell

of Virginia, a trio of unusually charm

ina: visitors now In Ocala. are the

aruests of honor this afternoon an

evening of a mot delightful

ranged by Mr. and Mrs. C.
and being enjoyed by about

their friends. j
Iietween 2 and 3 o'clock the crowd
left town in automobiles for the Iake
Weir Yac ht Club at Eastlake, where j
swimming, boating, dancing, cards and!
picnie supper will be the diversions.
The club house is Ideally situated and
arranged for such outings and with
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd as host and hostess
a royal good time is assured the merry
crowd. The party will return by moon moonlight.
light. moonlight. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Trotter or Dun Dun-nellon.
nellon. Dun-nellon. were among the vitsters in
town Wednesday. They made the trip
from the Phosphate City in an auto.

Mr. B. F. Adcock and ramily, alter
spending a week in Ocala as the
guests of Mr. A. t. Adcock. returned
yesterday to their home in Newton,
Ala, They are very well pleased with
what they saw while in Ocala and may
decide to make this their home.

Mrs. Carrie Arms has returned home
from a three weeks' visit to friends in
Jacksonville.
Mrs. R. A. JjArrford has gone to Troy,
Ala,, to attend the marriage of her
nieee, M;s$ Hazel viley to Dr. J. A.
Livingston "on MjpV 27th. Miss Mary
Burford. who haj been a member of a

Rev. Edward Ley, pastor of the First
Methodist church at ArcadTa, consid considered
ered considered one of the most eloquent ministers
in South Florida, spent yesterday in
the city. Rev. Ley brought to Tampa
his venerable mother and was met here
by Rev. J. B. Ley of Ocala, who will
take Mrs. Ley to that city for an ex extended
tended extended visit. Tampa Tribune.
Mrs. W. B. Young returned to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville today after a delightful two two-days'
days' two-days' visit with Mrs. Williajn Hocker.
Mr. and Mrs. George MacKay and
family are busy moving to their beau beautiful
tiful beautiful summer home on the shores of
Lake Weir.

Miss Sarah, Pearl Martin will arrive

home SaturtU'?; from Atlanta. Ga.,
where she iaJbeen a student at Wash Washington
ington Washington Seminary.
Mrs. L. M. Hubbard and two daugh daughters
ters daughters of Burbank are in the city this
afternoon to sr-e the ball game.

SHOT ins SPOUSE

Yesterday at Levon a negro man
by the name of Floyd shot his wifa
through the arm and In the breast, the
latter bullet ranging downward Into
her body. She was brought to the hos hospital
pital hospital and is in a precarious condition.
Her husband has not been arrested.
They were having a family row when
he shot her.

to np.onr.AMZE hoy scouts

All the men In the city 'nterested In
the boy scoHt movement are requested
to meet Secretary Rooney at the Board
of Trade rooms Friday at 3 p. m., to
take steps to reorganize the Ocala
branch.

AVOODMEX OF THE WORLD

Fort King Camp No. 14, Woodmen of
the World, will hold Its next Tegular
meeting Friday evening, June 13th, at
Yonge's Hall. Every member Is urge!
to be present. Visitors always wel welcome.
come. welcome. J. F. Thompson, CL C
C. K. Sage, Clerk. Ad.

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house party in Mississippi will join

her mother at the home of her uncle
and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wiley,
and will accompany her home after the

wedding.
"""Mrs" Arthur Williams and sweet lit

tie daughter, El'zabeth, .of Charlotte,

are the guests of their uncle and aunt

Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Maughs. They

Miss Grace Lawrence, sister of Mrs.
C. T. Hodges, will arrive Saturday
from Saulsbury, N. C, for a short visit.
Mr. J. V. Tarver, his mother, Mrs. L.
E. Tarver, and daughter. Miss Frances
Tarver, left today for Savannah, where
Mrs. Tarver will spend the summer and
her granddaughter will spend about
ten days. Mr. Tarver will return home

Monday. While Mrs. Tarver is eighty eighty-seven
seven eighty-seven years of age. she is quite hail

and strong and is a good traveler.

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Dr. and Mrs. H. P. Newman are wel-

coming Info teir home at Bartow a
dainty litjie Jby girl who has come to

make harpy ttieir lives. Mrs. .Newman

was Miss Connne Williams of this city

and has a host of friends who extend

warm congratulations.

Quite a number of the Phi Sigma pu

pils enjoyed the day picnicing at Sil

ver Sprlnrs.

Miss Anna Dickinson arrived from
Jacksonville today and will be the
guest for a few days of her cousin,
Mrs. S. Ii. Whaley and family.

Mrs. .1. P. Galloway has as her
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Sewell. her sister. Miss Nona Sewell
and Miss Mary Emma Dunn, all of
whom arrived today from Krooksville.

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Tulula Lodge No. 22, Independent
Order of 'Odd Fellows, meets eyery
Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock In
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Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union of
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KNiuiITS OF FTTIIIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conyentlona
held every -Monday a 7:30 p. m, at
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"Barbara of the Snows"
(Oopyngnt, UVi. ty tiarry irriEg ureeEe;
W CHAPTER XII.
The Ascent.
Rising for three hundred feet a
traight up as the side of one of t'ae j
loftiest skyscrapers built by man the ;
cliffs arose, split from the mountain :
top by the wedges of the lightnings j
and guarding the summit by walls of
almost absolute perpendicularity. In j
that bunt of the past he had seen a
fcheep upon the summit, and therefore
knew that there must be a trail lead
Ing to the top despite the fact that it ;
was classed as inaccessible to human;
foot. Determined, therefore, that he j
should be the first human to trod its;
top, for miles he had worked his way j
about it with keenly searching eyes as j
he sought for the place where the first
step must be made if he would at attempt
tempt attempt the ascent, found it at !a3t. des desperate
perate desperate and scanty to the extreme yet
barely possible to one of much activ activity
ity activity and steadiness. And with little
regard for probable consequences he!
had undertaken it. It had been a fu-
pTeme test of nerves and poise, but h h-had
had h-had conquered it at last, reached the
desolate, boulder haunted plateau and
killed his sheep, and then had sat for j
hours upon the sheer edge as
h- I
nerved himself for what seemed a de descent
scent descent impossible to human being ex except
cept except at the expense of life or splin splintered
tered splintered bones. Yet having come up he
must go down, and down he eventual eventually
ly eventually and safely arrived though great
good fortune attended him and at
last had stood beside the broken bedy
of his kill which he had been obliged
to tumble bodily from the height. That
awful ascent and descent had ever
eince haunted him as an evil dream, a
thing not to be attempted again for all
the wealth of the world, but now with
the woman he loved borne there in the
loathsome embrace of that arch enemy
of all mankind he sought fo the sui suicidal
cidal suicidal path again with straining eager eagerness.
ness. eagerness. Of March lying inert back there
upon the rocks where his bullet had
felled him he gave scarcely a thought.
Obsessed by the idea that he alone
could save the woman he sought, he
would have regardlessly slain any anything,
thing, anything, man or beast, that he imagined
might in any way impede his progress.
Before him there lay a narrow shelf
leading upward for a score of feet,
broken, insecure and seeming to end
In nothing but the blank wall itself,
but he recognized It instantly anc
stepped upon it. Arms extended, flat flattening
tening flattening himself against the rock nn a
leech clings, he felt his way upward
with infinite caution, his fingers grip gripping
ping gripping each tiny crevass with the tena tenacity
city tenacity of the tentacles of a squid. He
reached the end of the uorrow shelf
and there balanced precariously upon
six inches of outcropping, cast his
glance cautiously upward and about.
Several feet to the right vas another
foothold equally insecure, but leading
upward again, and with the care with
which one treads a taut wire he placed
his foot upon it, found a shallow fin finger
ger finger hold in the cliff and raised himself.
For fifty feet more he climbed as a fly
scales a wall, periled his life upon the
two-inch support of a jutting point,
mounted again with the superhuman
cunning and strength of the insane
and at the end of a half hour's well
nigh miraculous effort found for the
first time during the ascent a shelf
large enough to rest upon. He was
half way up now, and with a hundred
and fifty feet of beetling cliff above
and as much empty space below he
sat down for a moment's heavy breath breathing.
ing. breathing. Through his disordered mind there
ran riGt a strange medley of the real
and the unreal. TVell enough he knew
that he was scaling this height to
save the woman whom he loved, yet
he now conceived the Flying Man to
be of the supernatural, a winged mon monster
ster monster of the inaccessible ciiffs, a dragon
of the noisome caverns that lay be beneath
neath beneath the gorges, and that he was the
knight chosen from all others because
of his superior strength and va'or to
go forth and slay him at the portals of j
his rock bound domain. Well, slay
him he would beyond the shadow of a
doubt, but already the sun was getting
low, the climb was still long and des desperate
perate desperate and he must be on his way lest
night and certain death should over overtake
take overtake him flattened against the blank
wall of the dragon's castle. Once more
he cautiously arose to resume his ef efforts.
forts. efforts. He scanned the cliff. Just abpve
hi3 head was another projection which
promised a foothold could he but
reach it, and burying his fingers in a
crack and finding an inch wide sup support
port support for his foot he drew himself slow slowly
ly slowly upward. The slightest slip of hand
or foot meant instant death now, and
his fingers gripped the stone until
they grew white and bloodless from
the strain. Slowly he raised himself,
found another grip and another tiny
support and with an effort that sent
the blood surging to his temples
brought himself gasping one notch
higher. Here agrain the ascent became
a trifle less precarious for a ways, and
another half-hour found him wit'm
few feet of the summit. Here of all
places during the ascent he came the
nearest to plunging the whole distance
i,u iuc utriu a L- uc u last utc-
perate struggle saved him and weak
and trembling from the supreme e?- j
fnrf hft thrpw himcplf r?ms.-n cnfclv

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sun was balanced like a broad goldiBaCK 111 OUT StOiC.
coin poised delicately. Its horizontal
rays swept the plateau upon which he I PHONE CALLS WILL RECEIVE PROMPT

stood, but of the heat that had grid- j
died him during that day of frenzied A
nursuit scarce a vestise remained m'i011 10

the thin air. Oh, that awTui pursuit! ;
His brain had seethed as a cauldron,
his body reeled like a drunken man's.

amg' uj the

ill as ratt-hanic-
- unrVelinj: pistons of a ma ma-:
: ma-: uncanny f yirig n: ouster
'vo:xian of his heart ever
:re his glazed eyes, while
s accursed rival, had ridden
back and borne hiia down
d man tf the sea. At times
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it hid seamed as though he would go
mad. March! Had he shot him? Yes,
it dimly seemed to him that he had.
and had
b-lov.-.
that hp
leit him dead upon the rocks
ot it. iiaa it not been
id been compelled to carrv
rt". on U'.s but I; all cay iie voulu ha
reached tt!s height an hour before
perhaps would LiDve reached it in ad ad-var.ee
var.ee ad-var.ee of the Sying one and been pre-
red to meet him as he alighted.
; What mattered a dead man or two ml
; 2 ca?e like this w hen a dragon was to j
be slain and a princess his princess,!
1 to be rescued: lie lausbed quickly, j
j sharrly, a single explosive sound more j
! like the bark of a beast than the
soi
d of a human voice. lie turned ;

and faced the plateau. er had he seemed so near to them as
Desolation. It stretched away in aj now, when bruised, torn and unutter unutter-broad
broad unutter-broad sw:-ep on either hand, chaotic,! ably weary of body but burnine of

volcanic, lumbered with the left over
uebris
of mountain making a junk
shop of the unuseable fragments of
creation. Boulders little as pebbles,
huee as houses were strewn on every
pide, scattered broadcast, grouped in
piles, heaped in monuments. Barren
spaces lay between them. No living
thing invested the solitude save him-
Kef ancj those to find whom he had so
desperately risked
life in the
ascent. To his disordered mind it
peemcd a battlefield well planned for
the ccmbat to come, for around thes
jumbled masses he could creep like a
"He Attempted to Raise His Pistol."
panther until he could find the dragon,
and having found him
Silence. It invested all, throbbing,
pulsating, ringing in his ears like the
voice of a sea shell. It hung quivering
in the air, lying upon him as a smoth smothering
ering smothering weight and fillina all infinity. The
rapid exhauit of lr.s lungs was iost in
its unechoing vastness, and when he
uttered incoherently his voice was
snatched from his lips and its volume
dissipated in the void until but its
whispered ghost remained.
TJncannincss. It iurked about him
upon every side, in the maiformed
piles, the creeping shadows, the dead
air, the brooding silence. As well
might he have beta a newly created
being suddenly finding himself alone
upon ft world which he knew to be in inhabited
habited inhabited only by one other human and
an evil spirit which he must meet in
deadly combat. The thought aroused
him. He must creep like a lynx around
the outer edge of the plateau, taking
advantage of every rock which might
screen his form, narrowing his circle
with every step until he had found
them. In this systematic way he could
so covei Jhe ground that there would
be no possibility of his overlooking
them, and if his caption was keen he
could take thp dragon unawares, and
take him uuawarcb he must else the
flying cue. r-'ould be off with her again
and once more maddening chase
would have to be resumed. 7Ie drew
bis pistol and stole off among the
roefct, Lis ( vps flicking them as close closely
ly closely as a prov- '-i K animal's, his ears pre pre-ternaturally
ternaturally pre-ternaturally acute. Behind Lh"1 shelter
of every pile he paused to peer and
listen, whiic across the bare places he
flitted as silently as a. specter. One
complete circuit of the plateau he
made amidst the utter desolation and
silence wfthout results, then narrow narrowing
ing narrowing his circuit by a hundred yarde be began
gan began again. He would close in upon
them like a contracting uoose until at
last he had found them.
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dusk fell upon him EtUI crouching,
crawling &.nd darting across the un unscreened
screened unscreened places. In the uncertain
shadow of a rock pile his foot tripped
against a stone and he fell upon his
face, remaining as motionless as a
-watching lizard as he listened for an
answering sound. None came and he
slowly raised himself. Clearly enough
it would be folly for him to attempt to
pursue his search for the night-eyed
dragon In the darkness. He might
miss them, overrun them, be ambushed
himself or eluded in the darkness.
There remained but a few moments of
even semi-daylight, and taking advan advantage
tage advantage of it he crept into a niche in one
of the rock piles and composed him himself
self himself to watch and wait with the cun cunning
ning cunning of the mad.

The darkness thickened. Fold by
fold it fell upon the peaks and settled
dense in the valleys, while minute by
minute the glitter of the stars grew
brighter, harder, more scintillant.
From his narrow retreat he watched
them blazing in their brilliance. Nev-
brain he stared up at them with throb throbbing
bing throbbing eyes. The cold of night came
j settling down from the nearby snow
clad peaks, and coatless and damp he
shivered beneath its touch. Fuel there
was none upon this rock littered
waste, nor would he have chanced a
ore had there beea lest the one fox
whom he sought might see or smell It.
A ne.v thought flashed through his
mind. Undoubtedly the flying one now
thought himself safe from his day-long
pursuers, and if he possessed the skill
of making fire, as did races of the
earth po matter how low their order
of intellect, then tonight of all times
after his labors of the day he would
beyond doubt seek to warm and cheer
himself beside a blaze. And to creep
upon an enemy who sits beside a fire
at night is the very A B C of stalking.
Shivering with the cold he crept forth.
Acros3 the eastern peaks the moon
arose and flooded the mountain top
with its shimmer, and keeping jn the
shadows of the piled masses and pur pursuing
suing pursuing way with the stealth of a
marauderlng .jpcche he crept on.
Twice he climbed to' tha p f piles
that commanded an exceptionally wide
outlook urrss the waste, and from
their summits scaiined the plateau
through the misty light. Nothing but
the broad expanse with its cluttered
fragments met hi view, and each time
he cr-pt softly down agait tp steal
through the shadows as he resumed
his quest, alternately juddering with
cold and burning with fever. Apoye
hjra the snow peaks glowed phos phos-phoresccntly,
phoresccntly, phos-phoresccntly, on every hand the rock
shadows lay like squat, fantastic mon monsters,,
sters,, monsters,, wdiile below was jwi 2byss filled
to the brim -with solid blackness. Be Benumbed
numbed Benumbed of limbs but wjth eyes and
ears acut as those of a prowling
beast of the night he crept along.
lie had made two circuits of the
pl3te.au without discovery and for the
third time turned ggnstrict the cir circle.
cle. circle. His physical weariness such
that he jseemed to move upon wooden
limbs, and ail tai had left him save
the burning of his brain. ZI2 thought
of the etrange premonition of the day
before which had &)!d him that lie was
about to depart upon a a unknown
journey of mysteriousness, a premoni premonition
tion premonition which he had pot dared mention
before March for fear of ridicule. Was
this, then, the journey of which he had
been eo subtly warned by that mystic
sense which at times he had seemed
to possess this pursuit into these
wild heights where tradition said no
human foot had ever stepped beside
his own. He wondered as he paused
for moment in a strip of moonlight
and fixed hi eyes upon the next point
which he must eeek in h3 ever nar narrowing
rowing narrowing search.
Then from above came a sound that
thrilled him as an electric shock and
he threw his glance upward. Close
above him and falling with the speed
of a pouncing hawk was a great black
shape with enormous wings and huge,
bulbous eyes that glowed phosphores phosphores-cently.
cently. phosphores-cently. With a rabbit like spring to
one side he attempted to raise his pis pistol,
tol, pistol, only to fall headlong upon the
stones beneath a heavy weight. For a
moment he struggled desperately, but
an instant later his weapon was torn
from his hand and he found himself
encircled by an arm that held him as
in a vise. Then slowly but surely he
felt himself being borne upward, BB
and up through the cold shimmer until
the black throat of the canyon yawned
bottomless belovr, From afar, as
though traveling through Infinite dis distance
tance distance he seemed to-hear a cry, the cry
of a woman who is filled with a name nameless
less nameless horror, and ence more he strug struggled
gled struggled fiercely against the iron grip that
, held him. Then the grip seemed to
loosen and he thought himself falling
falling endlessly into an intermin interminable
able interminable abyss through a great and roar?
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to accomplish anything. You become biue nud 4csptfncein and have many othef
Vympttms which you know only too well. These are the "menial HPTCTt5"Gt "i
deranged stomach. Other symptoms are: Bloating, Belching of gas, sour or gFca gFca-matter
matter gFca-matter from the stomach, Pain, Distress, Weakness, Palpitation of the heart. Cons
stipation or Diarrhoea, Unhealthy complexion, Changeable appetite, s"d Coate4
Jvuue. All these symptoms point to a deranged digestion. If you have any d
tJiese symptoms, ose no time. Dr. W. R. Farrow's deep-acting remedies will cure
you, no matter h'oY iWr doctors have failed. His specialty is the curing of
aeep, aggravated chronic diseases. - v

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breath offensive? Have yoil a had taste' in your month? 4 "Ha

yoM fi& n your chest i Are you pothered jvjth shorinesa pf breath' and vea K
Spells? Po you have throat trouble with hawking and cic'a'nag yojir tjifott Py
you have dripping of sticking mucus from the back part of your nose'iritp yu

throat? Call and have the doctor examine you, There (5 rig need fcr you ftJ
have Catarrh. It often leads to that dreaded disease that I klUirrg thousands of
l)ur people Consumption. Dr. Farrow's treatment ean be ued In your home

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Til p rt backache, weak back; shooting paine jn the neck, chest, back and limbs,
k. V t pajpitatio pf the heaVt, :'reldefeS ni-hts, bad dream, loss of ambition

and mental activity, nervousness, jrrjtabfs'
Deen negicticw VT iitaifra-iFWF iw

or how many have treated you, consult the mastef fpeciajUi, Dr.. V, jl. Yitt'i
He cures 99 per cent, cf all these cases that appeal to hlm Hb medicines ar?
qdick ting and curative. Don't let false modesty keep you away. 1 he?e dbcaca
care just as leguitHSt 3 branch of medicine as any disease of the stomach, etc. le a
ynan amongst men Tteforj it too late.
f Are you suffering from,'pahi in tiit I r c of your neck, on top of your
iV OITIIfl hC3a and in the small of your bark? Do you have pin down in
?" "flV. ? front 's4 YP'IT thighs? Congestion of Ovarlekf J ut-ynu I'ti;
feucorrhoea, painful' menstrua'tion,' tbf rijcn?J.ruatiV.n "of irregular n'.dir.i'ru'.
tionf pq you have sediment n' your Urine? liyoji hav' bcarin- Iivn' and
flashes? Are "you diy qptd nervous? "Are 'you always 'fired anJ vi-al.? Dq"
haye numb spells' ?l Many Mprnrit iwvc been saved from th? operalini
by Pf, Y, J. Farrow's deep-actfng "medicines.

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hy huj Ing your meats, flab, poultry, fniiln, vrKrtahlen, ut mll
h ii tier in larger quantities than unual, DO SO and jour rf f rlffrrato J't
will le what t uuqht fa b-.voiir own rol atorage plant,

OCALA ICE &

WHITE STAR LUME,
Til AX S FEU AXD FI HEIMtOOF STOHAGE
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COLLIER BROS., Proprietors,

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

UNITED CONFEDERATE
VETERANS' REUNION
Chattanooga, Tenn., May 27, 28 and 29, 1913
PREMIER CARRIER OF THE SOUTIf
Official Route of Headquarters and Second Florida Division
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ROUND TRIP FARE

PROPORTIONATELY LOW TRIP RATES FROM
FLORIDA

SCHEDULE OF FLORIDA V. C. V. SPECIAL" IX IIOTII DIRECTION'S WIL
BE AS FOLLOWSi
GOING RETURNING!
Leave Jacksonville, Southern Rallway.Leave Chattanooga. Southern Railway,
8:05 p. m.. May 28. 6:15 p. m., May 29.
Arrive Chattonoogo. Southern Rall-rrive Jacksonville, Southern Railway,
way, 10:15 a. m., May 27. 8:40 a. m.. May SO.

The special train will consist of
tional particulars and make Pullman

araw;ng room sleeping cars, ana will oe personally accompanied by a repre
sentative of the Passenger Department of the Southern Railway. Also, the
undersigned liepresentatives of that line will be clad to furniah anv addi

C. P. ROST1VICK. T. P. X G. R. I'ETTIT, D. P. A Jat-konvllle Fla.
F. II. PINSON, T. P. A Tampa, Fl. J. L. MEEK, A. G. P. A, Atlanta, Ga.
CITY TICKET OFFICE CORNER HOG AN AND FORSYTH STREETS. TELE TELEPHONE
PHONE TELEPHONE NOS. 743 AXD 4011, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
B. W. PARTRIDGE, A. D. "WILLIAMS,
Major General, CommaiidlBK Fla. Dir. Ilrlgadler General, Cora ma ad I na; Sad
U. C. V, Montlcello, Fla. IJrtsade, JarkaoaTllle, Fla.

FARROW
THE SPECIALIST
WILL BE AT THE
OCALA HOUSE
Friday,
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ONE DAY ONLY.
FHTU VISIT ; i

Will Return in 28 Days

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temper, bad Mood dist;usj;s which have
mauer p cnronic your irpuoie inav vu
JACKSONVILLE, FLA,
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PACKING CO.
We Sell
BEAVER BOARD,
Superior to Plaster
or Ceilinp iu
Quality or Price.
Investigate.
Phone 296
FROM OCALA $12.00
OTHER
POIXTS
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modern vestibule coaches and Pullman
reservations.