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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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FU1OTTU1RE
FURNISHINGS
For All of the Homes
AT RIGHT.PRICES
mi-mm
Theus-Zachry Go.
VOL. 19.
OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1913
NO. 305
THE FURNITURE MEX

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On the I'ufair and Extravagant Sys System
tem System of Kdurational Appro Appropriations
priations Appropriations (Frank L. Huffaker)
Tallahassee, May 22.- Represen Representative
tative Representative L. S. Light of Marion makes
an interesting statement for the
I ress with reference to his attitude
on the bill appropriating .$428,000
for the various colleges of the state.
The statement which contains def definite
inite definite facts and figures, is as follows:
"The committee on the governor's
message and administrative reports
were granted special orders on the
following bills: First, special order
calls for an appropriation f $428, $428,-ooo
ooo $428,-ooo and $60uo for nursery inspec inspection.
tion. inspection. Second bill call3 for an annual
deficiency appropriation on shrink shrinking
ing shrinking of interest on certain bonds The
third bill calls for an appropriation
for boys and girls corn and tomato
clubs. The fourth bill calls for an
appropriation to carry out the pur purposes
poses purposes of Chapter rl.")G 1911 laws.
The fif'h bill calls for an appropria appropriation
tion appropriation of $S0,00() for the Marianna Re Reform
form Reform School.
"Strange to me it is that the com committee
mittee committee on governor's message could
iind but little in the governor's mes message
sage message but appropriation bills. Strange
to me it is that the appropriations
embraced in the above, amounting
to more than one-hilf of a million of
dollnrs, was not referred to the com committee
mittee committee on appropriations. Strange
to me is it that in the many hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of bills that have been printed,
these bills appropriating more than a
half million dollars were not printed.
Strange to me is it that whenever an
appropriation bill came up it was
never printed. Strange to mo is it
jiit the i k was no t-ft'ort made to in inform
form inform the members of the House
when money was wanted. Strange
to me is it that the most of our spe special
cial special order bills are appropriation
bills. Strange to me is it that there
has been but one bill made special
order for relief of taxpayers, and it
was withdrawn, or indefinitely post postponed,
poned, postponed, before a votw was taken on it.
'When tnese special order appro appropriation
priation appropriation bills were placed on the
calendar I got bur-y. The secretary
of the board of control gave me a
copy of the $4 28,000 appropriation
bill. This is an appropriation asked
by the board of control. The Uni University
versity University of Florida, at ffiftvillti,
wanted $S5,50n for improvements,
of which $3.".0o0 was wanted for a
law building. The Woman's College
at. Tallahassee, wanted $45,000 for
improvements. The deaf and blind
school, at St. Augustine, wanted $30,-
5
SALLOVNESS
This disorder is due to a torpid liver
involving the stomach and bowels.
To correct the trouble take
IWU
RED
LIVER REGULATOR
(THE POWDER FORM)
When the complexion is sallow and
you have spells of vertigo (blind stag staggers)
gers) staggers) on stooping or rising suddenly
and your bowels are irregular, with
much flatulence (wind in the bowels)
you are badly in need of Simmons
Liver Regulator. The liver is the
cause of all the trouble and when the
lirer is at fault, there is nothing more
effective. Simrions Liver Regulator
quickly restores sound, healthy con conditions
ditions conditions in the liver, stomach and
bowels; sweetens the breath, helps
digestion and brings back the ruddy
hue of health to the complexion.
Sold by Dealers. Price, large package, $1.00.
Ask for th fnoine with tba Red 7. on the label.
1( you ranaot grt it. remit ul. will trod it by
mail, postpaid. Simmoui Livar Rrgnlato. U alto put
up lnliqtid I'irm fur thoae who preterit. l'ri-e, (1.00
per bottle. Look fur the Hed i label.
). H. ZE1UN & CO., Props., St. Louis, Mo.
5 K
R, D, FULLER
DENTAL SURGEON
Office Over Munroe Chambllsa Dank
PHONE 154.
OCALA FLORIDA
TERMS, CASH
J, E. GHAGE
DENTAL SURGEON
Rooms 9, 10 and 11, Second Floor,
Holder Rlck.
OCALA FLORIDA
TERMS. CASTT.

000 for improvements. The negro
school at Tallahassee wairted $7000
for improvements.
"The state treasurer furnished me
the following information: The total
appropriations for the board of con control
trol control for the eight years it has been
in existence, was $1,937,622.37, out
of which $696,418.94 was for build buildings.
ings. buildings. Superintendent Sheats inform informed
ed informed me that the total cost for build buildings
ings buildings and improvements for the same
time for all public schools in the
state was $1,514,857.70. It is
shown, therefore, that the colleges
have cost us nearly one-half as much
in buildings as the state public

schools in the same length of time. ;
The report of the superintendent of
public instruction says it costs
$19.90 per head per year for a
scholar In the public schools. It has
cot, including buildings, nearly
$.'00 per head for each scholar in
our colleges. For maintenance of
our colleges they want S 2 6 1.000.
The United States government ap appropriation
propriation appropriation is $75,000 per year. For
the two years, -for maintenance of
our colleges, it will cost $411,000,
or nearly $200 per head. We there
fore get only $19.90 for the com common
mon common school scholar, and nearly $200
per head for a college scholar.
"The State University, at Gaines
ville, the Wmjj'8 College, at Talla Tallahassee,
hassee, Tallahassee, the Blind and Deaf School,
at St. Augustine, the negro school at
Tallahassee, have a total scholarship
of about 1200. The Stetson Univer University,
sity, University, Columbia College. Southern
College, DeFunlak College, all pri
vate Institutions, have about 1000 J
students. The state institutions, fori
two years, cost us S42&.000. nins
$150,000 from the United States for
two years. The private institutions
get no state aid. The cost to the
patrons sending children to wither
state or private schools ja about the
same.
"The appropriation bill, as agreed
on by the joint appropriation com
mittee, exceeds the appropriations
made in 1911 by $350,000. Add
$225,000 for improvements on pris prison
on prison farm, $80,000 wanted for Ma-
rianna's reform school, $33,000 fov
improvements on the supreme court
building, increase on pension fund of
many thousand dollars. We are try trying
ing trying our bast to spend nearly $700,000
moro than the legislature of 1907
spent. The additional revenue for
the next two years will not cover
this additional appropriation by half.
I tried to cut out by amendment, the
law- building, etc., in qur. appropria-.
tion for college. Every lawyer in
the House, excepting one, either vot voted
ed voted for or talked against cutting this
appropriation,
"Where does the taxpayer come
in?
"The people be durned.
"We are the legislature."
lOAYg Tifisi
We offer one hundred dollars rewayc
for any case of catarrh that oannot be
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. P. J.
CHENEY & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
We, the undersigned, have known P.
J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be believe
lieve believe him perfectly honorable In all
business transactions, and financially
able to carry out any obligation made
Dy nis nrm. walding Ilnnan & Marvin.
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Q.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Intern Internally,
ally, Internally, acting directly unon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents
per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
j.aK.e nau s amny i'liis for con
stipation. Ad.
Special prices on Itu-ber-old" Roofing
for a short time only at OcalaPlumb-
lng- & Electric Co. Adv. 3-20
Poor appetite is a sure sign of Im,
paired digestion. A few doses of
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab
lets will strengthen your digestion and
Improve your appetite. Thousands
nave Been benefited by taking these
tablets. Sold by all dealers. Ad.

DO

One of Florida's Mot Prominent
Men Met His Death in the
St. Johns
Jacksonville, May 23. E. O.
Pinter, the "fertilizer king,' was
drowned yesterday by falling from
a ferryboat into the St. Johns river.
Mr. Painter was seized with a fit
of coughing and fell from the boat,
sinking immediately.
!! was a millionaire and carries
$500,000 insurance. He had applied
recently for an additional $5 0,000.
He was at the head of the big fer fertilizer
tilizer fertilizer plant of E. O. Painter & Co.
and half of the insurance is. in favor
of the firm, the remainder going to
the family. He was widely known
in farm and orchard circles.
Edward O. Painter was one of the
best known men in Florida. He was
a native of Monroe county, X. Y.,
where he was born in I860. He came
to Florida in 1877. He began his
life work as a printer at DeLand.
and in due time became manager of
the Florida Agriculturalist. Later
he purchased "the publication and
launched into business on his own
account. Some time afterward hav having
ing having made a thorough study of the
needs of the groves and fields of
Florida he entered the fertilizer man manufacturing
ufacturing manufacturing field at Jacksonville and
achieved marked success. He was
recognized as a leader in business
and religious ..work and had a wide
circle of friends.
TWKMV-FIVE DOLLARS REWARD
Lost, a small Munroe & Chambliss
child's bank, No. 849-A, containing
money. Reward to finder; also $25 re reward
ward reward for name of thief. A. M. Lans Lans-ford.
ford. Lans-ford. Adv. 5-22-3t
If you eat sometrung that disagrees
with you don't let it work its own way
through. It's a slow process and makes
you fel bad. Get rid of it quickly by
taking a pinch of SIMMON'S RED Z
LIVER REGULATOR and wash t
do,wn with a swallow of water. It
drives out impurities in the stomach
and bowels and you feel better im immediately.
mediately. immediately. Sold by all drugstores. Ad.
Bathing suits for men and boys. Why
Pay More? At II. Goldman's. 5-22-3tdlw
It would surprise you to Know the
great good that is being done by
Chamberlain's Tablets. Darius Dow
ney, of Newberg Juncticr N. B., writ writes:
es: writes: My wife has been usinsr Cham
berlain's Tablets and finds them very
effectual and doing her lots of good."
If you have any trouble with your
stomach- or bowels give them a trial.
For sale by all dealers. Ad.
Bathing suits for men and boys. Why
ray More? At B. Goldman's. 5-22-3tdlw
HOTEL
HARRINGTON HALL
CAFE
The place to take
your meals while
your family is
away for the sum summer.
mer. summer. Service and food
the very best with
polite and court courteous
eous courteous attention.
Bring your moth"
er1 wife or sweet sweetheart.
heart. sweetheart. YOU WILL BE TREATED
RIGHT,

Vis

FIVK MINUTES FOR FLAGLER

! Silent Tribute of a Great State to
i
j One of Her Most Valued
Citizens
For a period of five minutes at 3
o'clock this afternoon the people of
Florida in silent meditation rendered
homage to Henry M. Flagler, whose
deeds in life made a greater state.
By proclamation, the mayor of Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville called uion all citizens to
cease from labor at that time out of
respect to the memory of Florida's
grand old man, who had entered into
his merited reward.
Governor Trammell issued a like
proclamation yesterday afternoon
The federal government ordered the
postoffice at St. Augustine closed, the
railroads ceased to operate and in
the stores and factories, as well as
on the farms and in the orange
groves the workers passed a silent
tribute to their great fellow-worker
now at rest.
I'ICMC AT TlllXEn'S POXD
All are invited to attend the annual
basket picnic at Turner's Pond Friday,
June 20. There will be dancing: for
those who enjoy this pleasure. Don't
forget the date, Friday, June 20th, at
Turner's Pond. Committee.
i:sv hi:i,ii:f fkom t ontiiatio
The Itemed y that Replace! Calomel.
Cmises o ReMtrletion of -Haltlt
or Diet
It is a mi?take to take calomel when
jyour liver is lazy and needs toning up.
Hundreds of people in this section have
discovered that Dodson's Liver Tone is
a thousand times better and safer and
its action is just as sure. There are
none of the bad after-effects of calo calomel
mel calomel to Dodson's Liver Tone and no
danger of salivation.
For attacks of constipation or bil biliousness
iousness biliousness one or two spoonfuls of this
mild, pleasant tasting vegetable liquid
are enough and the Court Pharmacy
(gives a personal guarantee that every
bottle will do all that is claimed for it.
Money back in any case where it fails.
Dodson's Liver Tone costs only 50
j cents for a large bottle. Remember
jthe name because there are any num num-j
j num-j ber of remedies sold in imitation of
Dodson claims. Some of them have
names very similar to Dodson's Liver
Tone and are in same color package.
These imitation? are not guaranteed
and may be Very harmful. Go to the
Court Pharmacy and you will surely
set the genuine. Ad. No. 20
INDIAN' RUNNER DUCKS
Pure blood fawn and white, standard
variety of these famous "egg ma machines."
chines." machines." Eggs for sale for hatching at
ten cents each. Also two drakes for
sale at ?2 each. Write or inquire of
N Trafton, Belleview. Fla. 4-28
There never was a time when peo people
ple people appreciated the real merits of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy more
than now. This is shown, by the in-
! crease in sales and voluntary testi
monials from persons who have been
cured by it. If you or your children
are troubled with a cough or cold give
it a trial and become acquainted with
its good qualities. For sale by all
dealers. Ad.
WORLD'S ALMAXAC .VT BALLARD'S
New 1913 World's Almanac, just re received;
ceived; received; 35 centg at Ballard's Newsstand..-
Adv.
Stiff neck 13 not only painful, hut 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,.
You can find everything in the latest
styles for men at Ifarley Bros. Next
door to Western Union Telegraph of office
fice office 5-17-I2t
Wash out old sores, lettering wounds
and ulcers with DARBY'S PROPHY PROPHYLACTIC
LACTIC PROPHYLACTIC FLUID. It is a wonderful dis
infectant and healing remedy. It heals
up running sores of long standing that
will not yield to an ordinary liniment,
because it destroys poisonous germ3,
cleanses the sore of foul matter and
helps nature to repair the damaged
flesh. Price 50 cents per bottle. Sold
by all drugstores. Ad.

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IK Of II

One of Japan's Elder Statesmen Re Re-minriw
minriw Re-minriw 11U Countrymen that Cali California
fornia California Im Xot the Only State In
the I'nion
San Francisco, Cal., May 23.
Coolheadedness and moderation were
urged upon the Japanese residents of
California at a mass meeting last
night led by Soruku Elbara, a mem member
ber member of the house of peers and of the
I p;n;prnmAnt in ft V on,i ana s f o yri t-t
mission- sent to this state to investi investigate
gate investigate the land-holding controversy.
The venerable statesman pointed
out that it was the unanimous desire
of the people of his country to reach
a satisfactory settlement and it un undoubtedly
doubtedly undoubtedly could be accomplished by
peaceable means.
The relations between the two
countries, he said, had been such in
the past as to preclude the possibil
ity of any but an amicable adjust adjustment.
ment. adjustment. "The whole of Japan the gov government,
ernment, government, the political parties is
unanimously endeavoring to solve
this California question peaceably,"
he said, "and it seems to me the
Japanese government is fully com competent
petent competent to settle this difficulty satis satisfactorily.
factorily. satisfactorily. There is "absolutely no
need for you to pack up your things
to go back to Japan in fear of some something
thing something happening.
"California is only one part of this
great country after all. Fortunately
for you, you have the sympathy of
the federal government and a great greater
er greater part of the citizens of this coun country.
try. country. Even in California you have a
great many supporters and sympa-l
thizers."
WONDERFUL. SKI.7 SALVE
Bucklen's Arnica Salve is known
everywhere as the best remedy made
for all diseases of the skin, and also
for burns, bruises and boils. Reduces
inflammation and is soothing and heal healing.
ing. healing. J. T. Sossaman, publisher of the
News, of Cornelius, N. C, writes:
that one box helped his serious skin
ailment after other remedies failed.
Only 25 cents. Recommended by Tyd Tyd-ings
ings Tyd-ings & Co. Ad.
OLLIE MORDIS MARKET OPEN
The market formerly Known as the
OUie Mordis' is now open. Will keep on
and a supply of fresh meats and fish
Orders by phone will receive prompt
ttention. Phone number 315. Come
to the old stand and be treated right
Yours respectfully.
Ad. OLLJE MORDIS,
For the ailments of women. DR.
SIMMON'S SQUAW VINE COMPOUND
is an effective remedy. It corrects ir irregularities,
regularities, irregularities, build up a strong body,
promotes cheerful spirit and restores
a clear, healthy complexion. Price$l
per bottle. Sold by all drugstores. Ad.
J. G. PURVIS,
DENTAL SURGEON.
Offices over Nash's
Dry Goods Store.
Ocala,
Florida
W. G. BLANGHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
PLANS FURX1SIIED
OX APPLICATION
P. O. BOX 4 OCAX.A. FLA.
HAVE YOUR CR PAINTED

WcsIlcoEinicB

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PROMISE OF PEACE

Tokio, Japan, May 23. The com com-mittee
mittee com-mittee of the Japanese parliament
yesterday made a favorable report
on the proposed appropriation of
$600,000 for the representation of
Japan at the Panama-Pacific Exposi Exposition.
tion. Exposition. LAKE WEIR
Lake Weir, May 22. Yesterday
evening during a severe electric storm
the residence of Dr. II. W. Henry was
struck by lightning, tearing off some
weather-boarding and damaging a sill
near the telephone wire.
Mr. J. Carney and Mr. W. B. Gray
of the Carney Investment Co., have
gone to New York City,, on -a brief
business trip.
Miss Ruth Gill of Anthony closed her
school Friday with a neighborhood pic picnic
nic picnic on the school grounds. Miss Gill
has made many friends while here a 1
has been tendered the school for an another
other another term, which offer she has unde unde-consideration.
consideration. unde-consideration. The four-act play given by the ninth
i grade and the teachers. Misses Gill
and Stebbens, was quite a success.
It was entitled, "Farm Folks." Miss
Gill as Mrs. Peasley, the neighborhood
gossip, who "never had a minute to
spare," was decidedly the star of the
play. Miss Stebbins as the rich Mrs.
Burleigh from the city did full Justice
to her part, and few would have taken
Mr. John Lewis, Jr., for an amateur,
so well did he impersonate the farmer.
Joe Yongue as Mr. Burleigh from the
city was clever; Miss Anita Swartout
as the hired girl, was bubbling over
with wit and humor; Norman Morrison
as a jack of all trades and lover of the
hired girl, made quite a hit with the
audience; Edward Connor as lover of
the farmer's daughter was irresistible;
the farmer's daughter, Miss Marie
Lynch, was perfect. Ruth Blair, Hor Horace
ace Horace Comstock and Annie Morrison each
deserve more praise than can be giv given
en given in so small a space. Altogether the
play was a great success financially.
Mrs. Clara itone of Tanfpa and three
children are visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. James Blair.
Miss Tillie Tasteur is spending this
week at Anthony visiting relatives.
The A. C. L. is putting an addition
to their freight house at Oklawaha to
meet the increasing demands of the
freight received at that point.
FOR THE WEAK ASli 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
BUters. Nothing "better for the stom stomach,
ach, stomach, liver or kindeys. Thousands say
they owe their lives to this wonderful
home remedy. Mrs. O. Rhinevault, of
Vestal Center, 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 what a diflerence it will
make in your health. Only 50c and $1.
Recommended by Tydings & Co. Ad
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. l" depot cor
ner. Meals a la carte and lunches at
any hour. Ad.
REST MEDICINE FOR 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 MaTion, 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 failed."
ed." failed." It wll do the same for you If you
are suffering with a cold or any bron bronchial,
chial, bronchial, throat or lung cough. Keep a
bottle on hand all the time for every everyone
one everyone in the family to use. It is a home
doctor. Price 50c and $1. Guaranteed
by Tydings & Co. Ad.
MANUSCRIPT COVERS
An elegant line of lawyers' manu manuscript
script manuscript covers, in any color that could
be desired, just received at the Star
office.
Lame back is usually caused by
rheumatism of the muscles of the
back, for which you will find nothing
better than Chamberlain's Liniment,
For sale by all dealers. Ad.
Fishing tackle. One hundred King
Fisher Minnows with large hooks, as
sorted colors; the 7 ."-cent kind for 45
cents. Why Pay More? B. Goldman. Goldman.-Adv.
Adv. Goldman.-Adv. 2-22-3td-ltw

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Plucky Bank Messenger Fought Four
Robbers and Saved His
Pajroll
New York, May 23. James T.
Wintress, a bank messenger," gave
battle in the street yesterday to four
highwaymen who leaped Into his
carriage and attempted to wrest
from him the payroll of the Nathan
Manufacturing. Company. Reslstlns:
their efforts to subdue him with a
rifle, a revolver and clubs, ho fought
to such good' purpose that he saved
the money although he was shoi in
the arm and his scalp laid open.
Policemen heard the shooting and
ran to his aid. "At their approach
the highwaymen tied. One of them
was shot by a bluecoat, another was
captured after a thrilling chase, two
of them escaped.
READJFH1S
The Texas Wonder cures Kidney 'and I
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 Tje sent by mall on re receipt
ceipt receipt of $1. One small' bottle li 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, fit. Louis Mo.
Sold by all bruggists. Ad
COTTON PLANT
Cotton Plant, May 22. Judge Veal
and family were guests of the former's
parents. Dr. and Mrs. W. R. O. Veal of
Martel last Sunday.
Mrs. J. S. Weathers Is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. R. W. Ferguson of Ber Berlin,
lin, Berlin, and Miss Sarah Ferguson is keep keeping
ing keeping house for hen grandfather.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Woodward and
sons were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
J. A. Brooks last Sunday.
Mr. W. E. Yeal of Istachatta, Riley
Smith from Croom and Byrd Smith of
Brooksville passed through here last
Friday en route home from Ocala.
Miss Helen Veal and her cousin. Miss
Rachel Veal of Ocala, spent Saturday
and Sunday with the latter's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Veal.
We are having lots of rain and warm
weather now.
Miss Carrie Barco Is visiting her
sister. Mrs. W. E. Veal of Istachatta.
Mrs. L. C. Bell, who has been spend
ing a week w'th friends In Berlin, re returned
turned returned home Sunday.
Mr. A. W. Woodward is serving as a
juror this week.
GOOD WELLS
If you want a well, have a good one
and let S. IL Christian do your work.
Adv. May 21.
: JOSEPH BELL :
I Attorney at Law
Office
; Second Floor; J
Munroe & Chambliss Bldg. ;
Ocala, Fla. :
DR. D. M. BONEY
OPTOMETRIST
EYESIGHT SPECIALIST
Optometry Office amd Lakoratery
- OFFICE HOURS
9 to 12 a. m., 1:30 to 4:30 p. m.
Rooms 2-8 Gary Buildlnr. Ocala, Fla;

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Blttinger & Carroll, Proprietors

R. R. Carroll, General Manager
Port V. LeavenKUod,' BuIaea Manager

J. II. Beajamla, Editor

Entered in the poatofflce at Ocala,
ria.. as second class matter.

PROHIBITION LEGISLATION
AT TALLAHASSEE

The prohibitionists are hard at work
at Tallahassee, trying- to push thru the

Adkins-Turnbull petition bill, the

Blitch anti-8hippin? bill and the Davis

sealed package bill. If these bills be

come law, the great majority of the
saloons in the state will have to close

their door's by Oct. 1, 1913.

The prohibitionists insist that the
whisky people are trying to block all
legislation in the attempt to hold up

these three bills, and are asking their

friends all over the state to send let

ters, telegrams and petitions to their
senators and representatives, insisting

on the passage of the measures.

It is impossible to tell how the con contest
test contest will end, but at this writing it
looks like the dry forces will win. The

great majority of the counties in the
state are dry, and their legislators are

either in favor of prohibition, or afraid

to vote against it.

The Adkins-Turnbull petition bill

will oblige white and colored voters to

sign separate petitions to establish
saloons, and also requires that a ma

jority of the voters in each precinct
sign a petition for each saloon. It will
completely shut out saloons anywhere

except in the residence sections of

cities.

The Blltch anti-shipning bill is a

state edition of the Webb national bill.

It will prevent shipping liquor into

dry counties from wet ones.

The provisions of the Davis bill are

as follows:
No sales less than half pint pint-No
No pint-No sale except in sealed packages.

No package to be opened in saloon.

No sales to drunkards.
No sales to minors or females.
No sales from 9 p. m. to 6 a. m.
No sales on Sunday or election day.

No drinking in saloon by keeper or

bartender.

No drinking In adjoining connected

building.

No screens, chairs, tables, music

games in saloon.
No liquor debts collectable.
Fine for violation not more than
$1000 or twelve months in prison.
The Davis bill was scheduled for a
vote in the House this morning, and
hundreds of telegrams were sent from
Ocala and other Marion county points
last night and this morning to our
representatives at Tallahassee, asking
them to vote for it.
It is not to be wondered at that the
liquor people are putting up the fight
of their lives on these bills. A man
can't be blamed for resisting to the
Outmost when his bread and butter and
..that of his family are being taken
v from him. On the other hand, the pro-
hibltlonists have learned lessons from
previous defeats, and have framed up
a series of measures that, if they be became
came became law, will whittle the whisky bus business
iness business in Florida down to a fine point.

OCALA MEN HONORED

The Florida Pres?3 Association sli.

meet in Tampa June 26, 27 and 28, and
the Tampa Times has a great scheme
in connection with the occasion.

The Times, which is the greatest

evening paper m tne state win mm

the work of getting" out its editions on

these three days over to the visiting

newspaper men. iney are to ao every

thing but set the type, make up the

forms, run the presses and deliver the

papers. (Uf course, tnis is mne-ienuia

of the work, but you can never make
the editorial end think so). While the

visitors are pulling off this stunt, the
Timea men say they will go fishing.

but they probably are wise enough to

remain in easy call.

Three Ocala men are on the pro program.
gram. program. Mr. F. K. Harris of the Banner
is to be the chief editorial writer Fri

day, the 27th. Mr. J. II. Benjamin of

the Star is to occupy the same place

Saturday, the 28th, and Mr. R. R. Car Carroll
roll Carroll of the Star is to be telegraph edi editor
tor editor on the same date.
The Star presumes that Uncle Frank

will attend and treat the Times' read readers
ers readers to one of his classic articles. Mr.
Benjanin says he can't go. He claims
that 1,e hasn't time. The truth is that
If he was to stay out of the Star office

three days, the paper might find out it
could get along without him, and wire

him to stay away. Then he would have
to go' to work, and it is so long since

he has done any work that he has for forgotten
gotten forgotten how.
Ail the Star force will get behind Mr

Carroll and try to make him attend the
convention. They will have a little
celebration of their own while he Is

away. He is just the man to handle

the Times' telegraph service for a day.

He has much experience with tele-

s-ranh. Everv day this week he has

had a telegram from Judge Williams

telling him to put another page on the
Marion County Fair premium list. And

almost everv time he goes further

awav from Ocala than Lake Weir he

telegraphs for money to come home on.

Several other Ocala men who are not

newspaper men, do the same stunt.

If the Times carries out its plan, its

?opie3 for the three days will be worth

preserving as curiosities. The Star has
already ordered a frame for its three.
They will. look like war maps of Mex Mexico,
ico, Mexico, the Balkan penninsula and the
suffragette section of Jondon.

MIS I PISSED

Throuub House With JUinor

Intendment

4MUBEMNTS

(Special to the Star)
Tallahassee, May 23. The Davis
liquor bill, providing that no person
can purchase less than one-half pint
of anything intoxicating, there shall be
no drinking on premises, abolishing
screens, tables and chairs, and making
other regulations, passed, the House to today
day today with amendments striking out the
section limiting purchase of half-pint
and prohibiting drinking on premises.

Edwin Spencer,

Jr.

BASEBALL
Another Victory for the Oealn
Katloa.

Acsrre-

Life of loP. Piu X at the Ideal To
The only picture t'r taken of His
Holiness Pope Pius X, and his life in
the Vatican, will be shown at ihe ideal
tonizht in a big feature.
His Holiness. Pope Pius X, and the
Vatican. Very instructive.
E;.h's Dream. The best "nigger"
comic ever shown Sn Ocala.

The Consequences. An exceptionally'

strong drama.
The Ideal is the most comfortable
meeting place for the public in Ocala.
Trv it tonight and see.

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Pathe Weekly, Mult and Jeff,
Keel, Tunple Tonisht

Five

WITH THE EYE DOCTORS

UNFAIR EDUCATION

The letter of Mr. Iluffaker, on the
first page, giving Representative
Light's views on state educational ex

penses, will be an eyeopener to many

people who have no idea how top
heavy our school system has become.

. The Staf Is glad to have Mr. Light's
upport on this question. It has sev sev-'
' sev-' eral times insisted that our state edu educational
cational educational structure was becoming too
V" much upper story in proportion to the

. basement.

Universities, colleges and academies
are good things,' but the state should
not provide them until the common
schools have "been properly looked af

ter. Inspection of the young men and

women In our higher state institutions
will show that most of them belong to
families that are able to pay for, their
schooling; it -would also reveal the fact
that it costs a pupil about as much to
go to Gainesville or Tallahassee as it

does to go to DeLand or Lake City.
The state, of course, should maintain
Its institutions for the deaf, dumb and

blind, its reform school and experi

mertt station. But everything else that
Is done in our state schools could be

as well or better done in private insti

tutions.

No one can deny that we are spend

ing hundreds of thousands to help the
children of the well i to do, when the

children of the poor are unable to ob

tain proper education, because there is
not money enough to hire competent

teachers or build the necessary school school-houses.
houses. school-houses. The money that .would build
fifty plain but comfortable school school-houses.
houses. school-houses. In which 5000 boys and girls
could lay the foundations of educa education
tion education is to be spent for a law library
that will never be accessible to any
but the favored few, who, if they de desire
sire desire to study law, should study it at
their own expense.
Show them up, Mr. Light.

The board of optometrists extended
the county officers its thanks for the
use of the court house and other cour courtesies.
tesies. courtesies. The board expressed itself as well
pleased with the meeting and the
character and intelligence of the class
of applicants for certificates to prac practice,
tice, practice, as it is an evidence of the "good
the law is doing for the uplift of op optometry.
tometry. optometry. At the time the reporter visited the
meeting yesterday the practical ex examination
amination examination was in progress. Dr. Boney
explaining that this feature of the ex examination
amination examination was to keep out those not
sufficiently experienced in practice
from getting their experience at the
expense of the public, as it has occurr occurred
ed occurred that some well versed in theory
lacked practical knowledge.

FATAL ACCIDENT AT LEVON

Levon, May 23. The log train of the
McGhee Lumber Co. was wrecked yes yesterday
terday yesterday while backing to the woods af after
ter after the second load of log?, and killed
John Pickett, a colored team hand.
Another man was slightly hurt.

WEATHER REPORT

ED PAINTER

Marion county people generally will
deeply regret the untimely death of E.
O. Painter.
The death of Mr. Painter, coming
close on that of Mr. Flagler, reminds

those who knew them both that there

was not a little similarity between the
two men. Ed Painter was another

poor boy who by hard work and in

telligence built up-his own fortune and

a great business. He established

most useful industry for Florida, and
had he performed on as great a stage

as Mr. Flagler he might have filled as

large a place in the view of the world

Mr. Painter was an excellent busi business
ness business man and a good citizen. Hard

work, and few men had more of it

taught him the value of a dollar, but

while always thrifty he could be very
generous when he believed that he

should be. He had a great many per

sonal friends, particularly in the little
city of DeLand, one of whose good

citizens and upbuilders he was when
the writer knew him a quarter of a

century ago.

Partly cloudy, south wind.
Minimum temperature, 70 degrees
Maximum, 90 degrees.
Average, 75degrees.

WEATHER FORECAST

Saturday; cooler tonight northern por portion;
tion; portion; slightly cooler Saturday in north
and central portions.

Rooters to right of them.
Rooters to left of them,
Rooters in front of them,
Rooted and thundered;
Stormed at with shouts and yells.
Nobly they played and well.
But in defeat they fell
Noble Palatka.
The Ocala nine romped away with
another victory yesterday afternoon,
winning from Palatka by a score of r
to 4. The Palatka team came over in
aatos and before the game was start started
ed started an agreement was made to quit at
5 o'clock, regardless of which team
was in the lead.
The visitors started things off with a
rush, making three runs in the first
dnnings, on errors and bases on balls.
Ocala could not score in her half of
this inning. In the visitors' half of the
second, a fast double play was made.
Galloway to Davis to Anderson, which
brought deserved applause from the
crowd. In Ocala 's half of this inning,
Keppler singled, Dewey got to first on
Barston's error, Anderson safe on
Bensinger's error; Dewey came home
on Fleckenstein's hit aid overthrow
to first, Anderson and "Fleck" came
home on Davis' hit to Anderson. Result:
three runs.
Ocala made another double play in
the fifth, Kepler catching a foul fly and
throwing the ball to first in time to
catch the runner before he got back
from second. In the visitors' half of
the eighth they scored one run and
Ocala made another pretty double play.
Kepler, who was now playing right
field, caught a low drive and shot it
home in time to prevent Crutchfield
from scoring. Score now 4 to 3 In Pa Pa-latka's
latka's Pa-latka's favor. Kepler singled, Dewey
bunted, Kepler going to third on Mer Merrill's
rill's Merrill's high throw to first. Merrill made
another error when Anderson bunted,
Kepler scoring and Dewey going to
third. Fleckenstein then--Wt a fast
one,, which could not be played home
fast enough to catch Dewey and vic victory
tory victory was our's once more.
A good crowd was out to see the
game and the rooters were very much
in evidence.
The score by innings: R H E
Ocala 0 300000 25 4 8
Palatka 3000000 14 4 4

Diamond Dust

The Palatka boys brought with them

an enthusiastic booster who was small

in stature but large in voice and had

great faith in his home team winning

the game, tho he could not put up a

bet of over twenty-five cents. How

ever, he encouraged his team with his

vociferous rooting.

The greatest feature of them all to tonight.
night. tonight. Pathe Weekly, the great reel of
events from all over the world, includ including
ing including those "phunny phellers," Mutt and
Jeff. Mutt flirts with the Sultan of
Turkey's wife, ably assisted by Jeff.
"Rastus Loses His Elephant" is a
great comedy picture, and "The Train Training
ing Training of a Tightwad" is-another fine
laugh producer. "The Unwelcome
.Guest" is a Biograph drama and any anything
thing anything made by this company is the
best erer. "The Face at the Window"
i; one of those Kalem western fear
ture. that everyone likes. Have you
got the "Temple habit?" Its a great
disease, one that is different; it does
you good. On thing bear in mind,
come early as there are only $00 seats
and we just hate to have you stand
up to see all these great licensed fea features.
tures. features. Matinee tomorrow at 3 o'clock;
five reels.

II. II. CUMM1NGS

Mrs. J. C. Sullivan, of Belleview, the
widow of a former pastor of the M. E.
church at that place has received the
sad intelligence of the sudden death of
a nephew in Tidioute, Pa., H. H. Cum Cum-mings.
mings. Cum-mings. His health had been failing
for some time, and on May 15th he
passed peacefully away. He was a
prominent man in the state. He had
served two terms in the state senate.
He was prominent in the organization
of the Grand Army of the Republic,
and was commander of the Pennsyl Pennsylvania
vania Pennsylvania G. A. R., 1895-'96, and served on
the staff of the state officers of the
same. He was a member of Mt. Olive
Commandery Knights Templar, Erie,
Pa. Mr. Cummings was a man of
strict integrity, and in the political
world could neither be bought nor
sold. When his friends desired him to
become a candidate for the United
States Senate, he said he would run
but there would be no money used to
place him there. He failed by only
two votes, but retained his stdf-respect
and the respect and confidence of all
good people.

Lung:

Masted
By Rheumatism

A man who starts with a common farm arid ends with a good one has made
a business success. A good farm will carry him safely through the declining years
of life.
Many farmers are finding an account with The Muiiroe & Cliambliss Bank
of value and assistance in improving the farm. Even though they may not seem
to be adding to their wealth, they are, nevertheless, for so long as his farm is im improving,
proving, improving, the farmer is making good money.
This bank values its farmer customers and welcomes every opportunity to
to serve their best interests.

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LeglftlatorK, 1- OmJ$ion, May Continue
the Lease
Tallahassee, May 23. The convict
lease system caused a storm in both
houses yesterday, the Senate followed
the killing of the Trammel bill by
passing the Senate eonyict committee
substitute by twenty-seven to three.

claiming it to be much better than the

Trammel! measure.
Representative Taylor then rung- up
the abolition bill, paed by former
Representative Angle in 1911 which
was vetoed by Governor Gilchrist. This,
which will abolish the system at the

expirauon or tne present ease on
January 1, puts the convicts in the
hands of the laoard of state institu institutions
tions institutions for road work. Mr. Taylor added
n section providing for the appropria appropriation
tion appropriation of $150,000 for beginning prepara preparations
tions preparations for a state prison farm to be es established
tablished established in Bradford county. The bill

McIVER & Mac KAY

WON'T nunx,
AVONT WEAK OUT.

Wonder what It is? Why it's noth-
ing more than one of those

Pneumonia, Bronchitis, Asthma and Anemi

Often Directly the Results of Rheu-
matic Blood.

The popular saying, "Get his goat,

is partly replaced on the ball field by I Avoid Grippe, Sore Throat moiJ Similar

the exnression. '"Get his doer." Ocala Troubles by Isinir S. S.

mQ in have . 'j n ri t-i and i f

th nm 1coat, r, it it ir you nave a persistent, naggingr

TT'l- rhn.r.rc. !crV.f 1,1 I ., u'""al luu"" wcwtC Ul IVMfiU IC"

ouua i.e,.... can ausase waury wnen vne edies. They are merely local in action

and Jf they do relieve it is the nar

cotics thai: do it. What vou reauira

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eu. ii. .tvepier won tne nan a uozen ms a blood purifier, a searching anti

collars offered by K. G. Rivers for dote that removes from the circulation

making the longest hit in the game. I the acid poisons that by their reflexes

WOODMEN OF TI1B WORLD

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

CONCORDIA LODGE F. U. OF A.

Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union of
America, meets in Yonge's Hall on the
second Thursday evening of each
month Geo. L. Taylor, F. M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad.

UNCLASSIFIED ADS.
Lost, Found, Wanted, For Sale,
For Rent and Similar Local Needs

season is over.

The Temple "hit me" sign in center-

field is still unscathed.

BEIiLEVIEW

attack all weakened, susceptible fpots

end thus create local symptoms. The
very best remedy known is Swif t'3
Sure Specific, You will find it on sale

in any drug store at $1.00 per bottle,

It goes straight into lh blood, be-

comes an internal blood bath, wonder

iuiiy stimulates the increase of red
corpuscles, curt- all the local fever

Belleview, May 21. On Thursday

evening. Mav 29th. the sewins- circle

girls will given an ice cream social at f.Pts an(! irritations, Increases anpe

the town hall. At the

c o rv c. tl m r t h ft tr I

tuh. ...w.c ""J flprfn spusa Af

win nave on exnioition mat umous Hundreds of

quilt that they have worked

renewed strength

people worried beyond

on so control at cough, pains in the chest

hard and so long and which is intend- sore throat and constant expectoration
ed as a donation to the county hosni- of thick mucus have experienced the

tal. Every one should turn out in
force, bring your pocketbook with you.

and help the youngsters along.

Miss Annie E. Robbins, national lec lecturer
turer lecturer for the W. C. T. U., will speak

most wonderful change alter using

S. S. S. All doubt and apprehension

is gone, those peculiar pains and aches

I vanish, there follows a period of most
intense rejoicing to find that worst

feara were based entirely upon a mis

m the town hall Mondaj' night. May taken notion that cough and chest

26th. pains come from the lungs. These
Master Henry Maxwell, son of Mr J are rheumatic conditions, and you will

R. Maxwoii. maniiwr f" th t o -n I Quickly realize it after using S. S. S

Turbine Co., found him a plaything to-day at the drug More and then say

FOR RENT Offices in Holder build

ing. Apply to Davis & Martin.

FOR SALE A baby cart and a high

chair; both in good condition. Apply

to 610 Fort King avenue. 5-22-6t

FOR SALE A brass frame cot and

felt mattress, like new, apply to Star
office.

Mr. Chas. S. Cullen's many Florida
friends deeply sympathize with him in
the sorrow caused by the death of his
father, Mr. Charles Cullen, who passed
away at the family home in Notting Nottingham,
ham, Nottingham, England, Wednesday morning,
the 21st. Mr. Cullen senior wit the
'gaesC of his son in this city a couple
of winters ago. He was a fine old Eng Eng-Hsb'gentleman,
Hsb'gentleman, Eng-Hsb'gentleman, and made friends of
all he met. Some months ago, he was
taken ill, and Mr. Cullen crossed the
Atlantic to see him. He partly recov recovered,
ered, recovered, and the press of business com com-pelled
pelled com-pelled his son to return home. He
feared at the time he would never see
Ms father again. Mr. Charles Cullen
was seventy years of age, and his wife,
one son and one daughter survive him.

ROOMS FOR RENT Furnished

rooms for light housekeeping, phone
216, Fort King Ave., and a four room
cottage with gas. 5-5-lm

good-bye to all those pains that have

worried vou.

Write to Swift Specific Co., 137 Swift

Bldg., Atlanta, Ga., for medical advice

and wonderful facts concerninsr the

greatest blood remedy ever known

me umer morning in tne snape or a

cute little rattler, and felt highly in indignant
dignant indignant when it was ta"ken away from

him. That the child was not bitten is

a cause for wonder.

The Masonic fraternity held its usual
monthly meeting last Saturday. They

were honored by the presence of Mr

L-iaude E. Connor, district deputy

grand master, -who assisted in giving

a candidate the second degree. Mr.

Connor is recognized as one of the best
posted Masons of the state. Among the
out of town members attending were
Messrs. Haines, Camp, Shaw, Oliver,

The next and last meeting for the Fresh and Cured Meats, Fresii and

summer will be held on Saturday

(irby & Dodson

DEALERS IN

FOR RENT Furnished rooms with
all modern conveniences; close in.

rhone 378.

5-17-tf

AUTO FOR SALE A strictly first first-class,
class, 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
made the Maxwell famous. Apply at

Star office if interested. 5-17-6dt

FOR SALE A residence at a bar

gain, tax rooms oesiaes Kitcnen ana

bath room; electric lights; all modern

conveniences; large yard; beautiful

hade trees; garden; chicken yard;

servant's house. Apply to 416 is. Lime
St., Ocala. 5-20-12td

night, June 14, when the craft will ad

journ until Saturday night, October 11.

.Mr. Adam Hafner made i business

trip to Ocala last Monday.

Dr. H. ';. lirannon and his daughter,

Miss Virginia, left for Ocala last Mon Monday,
day, Monday, where the doctor will enter the

hospital for purpose of having a much
deferred operation performed. The
doctor has made so many warm friends
during his brief stay in this town, that

they are all hoping that everjnhin:

will turn out successful, and t!ftt the I MERCHANTS & 5IINER5, TRANS. CO

Salt Water Fish, Chickens,, Eggs
and Vegetables of all Kinds
Xoitli Magnolia Street

I'JIOXE 2(0 OCALA, IXA.

"Queen of Sea Routes"

entirely recov-

FOR RENT The entire house or a

part, furnished or unturnisnei win

rent same for a year or longer. -vppi

o 212 Orange Ave. 5-20-6td

FOR KENT Two large houses in

central location, suitable for residence

or hoarding nouses; one o-ruom au-a
bath, ami noe 9 rooms and bath; either

house will accommodate two families,
and we will rent to suit tenants. Ap

ply to D. Woodrow or Elmer De-

Camp. o-L'o-bt.

FOUND A small package of dry
oods on Fort King Ave., near resi

dence of Dr. Van Hood. owner can
have same by calling at this office and

paying for this ad. 5-23-tf

doctor will return to u

ered.

Your scribe feels constrained to find Saannah, Baltimore,

fault with the children who drive to
their studies at the Ocala High School
and leave their patient horses hitched

in the sun, standing with harness on
all day long. It would be the work of
but a few moments to unharness and
give the animals a little freedom of
movement. We also notice that the
children that come to school on their
bikes carefully place the machines in
the, shade. I just wish I was the pro professor
fessor professor of humanitarism of that school
and for once I would instill the car

dinal principles or thought ulness to
dumb brutes into the minds of those
thoughtless youngsters.

passed the House by 34 to 31. Messrs.
Spencer, Gornto, Fenn and Adkins
fought the Angle measure, favoring

the Trammell bill on the ground that
the state could not bear the financial
burden of immediately abolishing the
systein, while Farris, Taylor, MacWil MacWil-liams,
liams, MacWil-liams, Kite, 'Floyd and Andrews spoke
in favor of immediate abolition. "If we
are going to abolish the system lets
abolish it now," said Speaker Farris.
Mr. Speneer, who introduced the
governor's bill, favors the Senate sub substitute
stitute substitute over the Angle bill. The Sen Senate
ate Senate champions of the committee sui.
stitute, however, will make a fight and
a conference wrill doubtless be neces necessary
sary necessary to settle the question.
Mori" Power to Commission
The Senate passed the bill giving
increased powers to the statp railroad
commission, by a vote of 27 to 1, John Johnson
son Johnson of Suwannee, voting no.
The House passed a resolution
changing the name of the State Re Reform
form Reform School at Marianna to the Indus Industrial
trial Industrial School for Boys, and prohibiting
girls from being sent to the instltu
tion hereafter.

lh&i. t'ffftMaki SXDID IRON REDS
'S&e4i''i'rti fWiWiH that we want you to come In and
'U7ljidmr buy- Thy are "thin of beauty
rtFSi'kV and a Sy forever." At the same
time buy one of our
J -y -IV SPRING MATTRESSES
YU an d more sleePlnST in a night
grsgSy-SSv k-on one ? these mattresses than you
TrVyyO can in a year on some "body killers"
wg we know of.

l.MQIE DESIGNS
in house furnishings are in demand
by those of artistic tastes. A visit
here will disclose

UNIQUE FURNITURE
THAT IS DECORATIVE
but not overly dear. Merit is what
, wins these days, and it's only merit
that gives us our liberal natronag.
MERIT IN FURNITURE
MERIT IN PRICE.

UNDERTAKERS AND
EMBALMERS

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BUILDERS

McIVER & MacKAY
OCALA, FLORIDA

FLIES ARE DANGEROUS
YOU SHOULD KEEP THEM OUT

Flies are a great menace to health
and aside from the o.uestion of health,
they are very disagreeable. Let us
screen, your house with our modern
method, home manufactured screens.

Ocala Lumber & Supply Co. 3-2o-tf

ARRIVAL AI DiiPARHTRE

OP 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

Leave

1:20 p.m.

2:32 p.m.
1:40 a.m.

F E. McCLANE, iVff. O.
SPECIALIST IN CHRONIC DISEASES

THE Dr. MCLANE MEDICAL, SURGICAL

AND ELECTRICAL INSTITUTE
OCALA, FLORIDA.
PHONES Office, No. 333. Dr. McCIane's Residence, No. 407.
Office Suite 1 to 7, Holder Block. Southwest Corner Public Square.

.Southbound Arrive

Xo. 3 .1:05 p.m.
No. 9 (Limited) .. .2:31 p.m.

No. 1 1:35 a.m.

Northbound

No.
No.
No.

2:30 a,m.
1:15 p.m.

4:25 p.m.

2:25 a.m.

4 1:00 p.m.
10 (Limited. .4:23 p.m.

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 Jas. and St. Peternlmrg
Arrive Leave

No. & 10:35 p.m. 10:46 p.m

No. 39 2:40 p.m. 2:42 p.m.

Southbound Oeala 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

No. 32 (Sunnyjim) .... Arrive 9:50 p.m.

Ocala and Ilomosassa

Leave No. 4 9 8:20

Leave No. 47 2:25

Vrrive No. 44 12:50

Arrive No. 4S 6:00

OCALA NORTHERN
v. for Palatka.. 7:30 a.m. i:25
unday trains .... 8:00 a.m. 1:25

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p.m.
p.m.
p.m. I
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p.m. j

r. from Palatka. 10:40 a.m. 5:10 p.m.

JACKSONVILLE TO

Philadelphia,

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uosion anu i-roviaence odd fellows

Fine steamers; best service; low iuiuia ij-j-zge .no. zz, independent

feres; wirels telegraph. Through i -raer 01 uaa reiiows, meets every,

tickets to and from principal points. J Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock In
tend for booklet. Yonge's Hall, Fort King- ave. Visit

!ors in the city invited to be with us.
j L. F. Ballard, N. G.

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OUR

STOCK

H. C.

AVERY, Agent.

Jacksonville, Fla.
- D. JONES, C. A., j
Seminole Hotel, Jacksonville, iav j
"Finest Coastwise Trin In the World"

Vf. L. Oolburt, Secretary.

Ad.

31 A It ION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodare No. 19, F. & A.

i M. meets on the first and third Thurs-

KNiUHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday a 7:30 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to visit visiting
ing visiting brothers. D. W. Tompkins, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. R. b. Ad.

L.

ALEXANDER

PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND BUil DER
Careful Estimates MaSe on All Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives more and better
work tor the money th.a way other
contractor tn the dtx.

'day evenings of each month at 7:30
o'clock, until further notice.
C. E. Simmons, W. M.
Jake Brcwn, Secretary. Ad.

Re:

CHAPTER NO. 13, II. A. St.
rular convocations of the Ocala

Chapter No. IS, R. A. M., on the fourth
Friday in every month, at 7:30 p. in. j
C. E. Connor, IL P. j
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad. I

NOW IF YOU WANT LUMBER WE CAN SELL YOU
THE BEST. IF THERE IS ANYTHING WE HAVEN'T GOT.
WE'LL GET IT FOR YOU. WE ARE CONNECTED WITH
THE BEST SOURCES OF SUPPLY IN OUR LINE-LUMBER.
SHINGLES. FLOORING. LATH. SASH. BLINDS. DOORS.
DRESSED OR UNDRESSED LUMBER. AND WE WILL
MAKE EVERY EFFORT TO SATISFY YOU IN PRICE.
QUALITY AND DELIVERY.
COME AND CONSULT US.

SWP1Y C?

Ocala

PHONE 223

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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
We Pay 4 per cent Interest on Savings Accounts

UA Blfffi

Band concert tonitrht.

Undertaker Smith, phones 10 an3 94.

Box files at the Court Pharmacy 6-12

Mr. A. F. Burns of Brooksville
the Ocala House.

is at

Inks in any size
Court Pharmacy.

ana kind
6-12

at the

Mr. O. Wright of Plant City was at
the Harrington last night.

SE.V'D THEM IV S0OVEK

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

PATflK WKKKI.V, MITT AND
JKFF, FIVE HKKLS, TEMPLE TO TO-.MGIIT.
.MGIIT. TO-.MGIIT. Adv.

Mr. and Mrs. Chas. K. McRae of
Kansas C'ty, were at the Harrington
last night.

Call or phon? th? Cvurt Pharmacy
for your o,uicK and accurate prescrip prescription,
tion, prescription, service. Phone 284. 6-12

T, Harry
Calif., was
night.

Hitchcock of San Diego,
at the Harrington la

Yes, Mr. Cromer is the dry cleaner,
tie cleans and presses ladies" and Men's

clothes. Telephone 451. 5-21-6t

Mr. B. R. Strilittsc, one of Jackson Jacksonville'
ville' Jacksonville' sylid insurance men, is with his
Qcala friends.

The Star ins a number of valued
friends, who often' contribute items of
news, which is a great help, and the
only drawback to their kindness Is
that it hasn't occurred to some of them
that because the paper doesn't go to
press until 3:30 p. m. is not a good rea reason
son reason for their holding back their in information
formation information until after dinner. The
great bulk of an afternoon paper has
to be set in the morning. There is al al-ways
ways al-ways a rush from 1 o'clock until the
last page is closed, and many items
that we would like to print one day
have to be held till the next from sheer
physical inability to have them set "up
or give them space.

The Star would respectfully ask Its
friends to send in their items or ar articles
ticles articles as early in the day as possible.
Anything that happened the afternoon
or evening-before should be send in by
9 or 10 the next morning. And any anything
thing anything later, as soon as possible.

HAM) CONCERT PROGRAM

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

The following program will be given
by the Metropolitan band this evening
at 8 o'clock.
"Star Spangled Banner,'
Marcti, "King Oyer All" W. H.
Scouton.
Waltz, "Wild Flowers" W. II. Klfer.
Barftene solo, "Challenge" H. C.
Miller.
Selection. "Kins Podo" W. H.
Mackie.
Interm.Uion.
Two-step, "The Spellbinder" Mar-gis-Berger.
Medley .waltz, "That's How I Need

Jou"-A. Piantadosi.

Waltzes. "Eleanor" Will Huff.
Medley overture, "Superba" C. W.
Dalby. A. E. Gerig, DireeU'

Vinol the ideal tonic for either sum summer
mer summer or winter complaints. Its hoaa in
Ocala isthe Court Pharmacy. 6-12
B'xall tsaria par ilia Tonic purines .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-:
ern markets.

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20c Tin Robin Hood Sliced Apricots. 15c
aOc lijn Robin Hood Apricots 25c
20c Tin Royal Scarlet Tomatoes 15c
30c Tin Robin Hood Pears --?5c
35c Package Royal Scarlet Raisins 25c

Tea

Pott

I OCALA,

Phones 16-174

FLORIDA

An ylecfrk ctls percolator is what

you ougnt to nave. uei one at me
Ocala Plumbing fe Electric Co. Phone
280. Adv. 5-23

Hin.I' TIIK CiOOl) CAl'SR

Every citizen and all the boys tliat

ar Interested in the Boy Scouts will jTjeraer6"n'JTfi

please meet at the Board of Trade
rooms at 4 p. m. Saturday, to perfect
plans and discuss the advisability of
reorganizing this movement.
J. D. Pwooney, Secret.vry-..
V. C, V,

Rexall Liver Salts, one of the famqus

Rexall remedies of which tUera is one
for every ailmpnt. Gerig's Drug Drugstores.
stores. Drugstores. Adv.

Godchaux's Linen ulta at Harley

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

Bath sprays for a

the Court Tharmacy.

shower bath
5-12

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Miss Florrie Condon of Ocala came

down Wednesday morning on Sunny

Jim, and is the guest of Mrs. Paul F.

Edwards. Inverness Chronicle.

Th& Daughters of the Confederacy
will give their usual annual dinner to
the Confederate Veterans on Presi President
dent President Jefferson Davis' birthday, June 3.
Notice will be posted at the city hal,
giving place where dinner will be
served. All veterans cordially Invit Invited.
ed. Invited. Committee.

1 SOGrAL AFFAIRS

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

Mr. WkJtesld

- Hotties
Prty

of Surprise

Arranged a.l- narr-t ai,t

without the knowledge of

perfectly

the honor

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HOSPITAIi AOTIS

' Mr. J. M. Winslow, who has been a
patient in the hospital, was able to re return
turn return to his home at Leesburg yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. William Hilliard, aged four years
was brought here from Homosassa to today
day today and placed in the hospital
The little daughter of losws Sawa) a
is a patient in hospital,

guest ws the4rrtT partysi
fterday atfternoon by MrTV

side in tompliment, to her sister. Miss
Josie Williams, who was celebrating
her-, birthday.
Mrs. Vhiteside invited only the
neighbors and most intimate friends of
Miss Williams to drop in with their
fancy work, and not once did Miss
Williams surmise the scheme perpe perpetrated
trated perpetrated until Mrs. R. B. Bullock left
the congenial crowd and on returning
placed a tray with many packages be beside
side beside her chair. The secret was then re revealed
vealed revealed and the surprise was truly gen genuine.
uine. genuine. The -packages contained dainty
gifts from the guests with their, greet greetings
ings greetings of love. Later, pretty card's were
distributed for each to write a verse
and after being read aloud by Mrs.
Robert Blake were given to Miss Will Williams.
iams. Williams. In concluding this afternoon of
rare pleasure Mrs. Whiteside served
her gue-sts to ice tea, chicken and pea peanut
nut peanut butter sandwiches, strawberry ice
cream and cake. The fruit cake had
been kept from Christmas and was the
very best.
V
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..TTife Philathea class, a large organi organization
zation organization of the Baptist church, which has
a membership of fiftyhree girls, was

-TTtrtfrttr entertained last evenine

by one of Its most aftyXcTive members.
Miss Louise Booe. Miss Booe gave her
party at the home of her parents, Mr,

ana Mrs. li. H. Seymourand for tho

e entire lower floor was

prettily decorated in quantities of
pink and white roses and sweet peas.
The spacious veranda was screened
an.! as the guests arrived they spent
a few momehts pleasantly at the p.unch
table placed at one end and presided
over by Misses Mamie and Ethel Sey Sey-more.
more. Sey-more. In receiving her guests the young
hostess was assisted by her mother and
Goin distributed cards marked "Asso "Association,"
ciation," "Association," which proved the beginning

of a most interesting hunt. Articles;

in pairs, such as, cup and saucer, knife
and fork, hooks and eyes, etc., were
hidden separately and the guests upon
finding one had to diligently search
for the other. So well were the articles
hidden that the girls had a hard time
finding all. During the hunt, In fact,
during the entire evening, great mer merriment
riment merriment reigned. Ice cream and delic delicious
ious delicious cake were enjoyed during the last
half-hour, which came late.

ECUEITY EEVICE-

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 T5anking business carefully and promptly
transacted. Large resources, a strong Board of Direc Direc-tors
tors Direc-tors and capable management are but a few of the
many features that commend this bank to one con considering
sidering considering the opening, of a bank account.

THE

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H. D. 8TOKE8. Casfcir.

E1WARB8, Pra. CLARENCE

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South Atlantic League,
Every Evening.
Heating's Buffet;

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NOW, IS THE TIME

TO ORDER

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

ALSO

Finest Quality of Florida and Vestrrn Ileef,
Freh Vegetable.

Pork Limb and

Phone 108 W. H. MARSH, City Market

Mri, Ellin

Muste

Fishing tackle. One hundred Kins

Fisher Minnows with large hooks, as assorted
sorted assorted colors; the 75-c-ent kind for o

cents. Why ray More? B. Goldman.

Adv. 2-22-2tdrlt

SCHOOL
PICXIC

a nhovrr to your bath room

equipment, and believe us, you'll never

regret it. Ocala riumblns & Electric
Co. has them. Adv. 2-23

MAY 291

The Union Sunday school picnicwill
be held this year at Lake Weir. MrTp.

E. Mclver has put the docks and bath bathhouse
house bathhouse at his fine home, "Idlewild,"

I down there at the dis&c,"al of the com

mitter, consequently picnic prom
ises to be the most enjolfible for years.
The picnic train wlinKve the Coast
Line depot at 7 a. m. Thursday, May
2ft, 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.

EntrtaInedJunlor

"" Clans

This afternoon at 4 o'clock the home
of Mrs. Sj a Ellis on Oklawaha ave avenue
nue avenue was the scene of a beautifully ap appointed
pointed appointed children's party which Mrs.

Ellis planned especially for thAjuniorl1

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KPWOHTII MISSION STUDY CI4VS8

PATIIK WEEKLY, MI TT .VXD I

JEFF, FIVE HEELS, TEMPLE TO

NIGHT. lv.

Mr. Robert K. Pavls, the popular
traveling freight agent of the A. B: &
A. Railroad, with headquarters in
Jacksonville, is here looking after the
vegetable shipments for his route to
the west.

The Epwttrth Missloo Study Class

will meet with Miss Martha aKte Rentz

at the home of her parents on Fort
King avenue this evening. The study

will begin at 8 o'clock, lasting one
hour, after which a social hour will be
spent. Cordial invitation to all leaguers
and their friends.

S. C. Hickel, Jr., President.

At the, meeting of the council yes

terday afternoon, three of the foremen

implicated in the false alarm of Sun

day night were discharged, namely, R.

C. Thagard, R. E. Allen and Clyde
Fincher. The force now assisting
Chief Chambers consists of John Hei-

dle, Otto Schooley and T. J. Bryan.

Rev. Bunyan Stephens, returned last

night from jt. Louis, where he attend

ed the meeting of the Southern Bap

tist Convention,
gregation about
day.

He will tell his
the convention

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PATIIE WEEKLY, MUTT
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Mr. C. Green has been for the last

three months in charge of the Temple
picture shows, and he thas certainly
made good. He has furnished a splen splendid
did splendid line of amusement to his patrons,
and the people show their appreciation

by thronging the h.QUS every night.
Mr. Green hs many original ideas and

practical and entertaining methods of

carrying them out. His picture sho.w-

has become an Ocala institution and

the people would hardly know how to

get along without it.

members ,t pf her music classy Sharing
the good time with theclass were an
equal number of friends, each member
having Invited a guest.
Many delightful games, always pop popular
ular popular with little folks, were played in
the house and on the front veranda
and assisting Mrs. Ellis in her pleas

ant duty were her two daughters.
Misses Susie Lou anl Hannay Ellis and
Miss Eunice Ellis, a member of her
senior class.
Pink and white ice cream and pink
and white cake were served between
games.
Varying from custom, Mrs. Ellis will
not have her concert this spring on ac account
count account of business interests preventing,

but next fall her fourth annual recital
will be held and already the friends
of her two classes are anticipating the
event. To take the place of the recital
Mrs. Ellis gave the pretty party this

afternoon for the younger members,

who are Misses Leila McCraney, Eliz Elizabeth
abeth Elizabeth Bennett, Annie Rooney. Lillian

Godbold, Maggie Mae McCraney, Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Jenkins, Maude, Mollie and Mer-

tie Blalock, Gertrude Wing and Master

Jamea Ellis.

Dr. and Mrs. L. F. Blalock have re

turned from a few days visit to Jack

sonvllle. Dr. Blalock went especially

to attend the annual convention of the
Royal Arch Masons, held in that city

this week.

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Mr. Hull whose home Is in Michigan,

but has been attending school In Atlapi

ta, will arrive here tomorrow and

be the guest of his classmate, Mr. J

lus Brown.

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Ju- Miss Harriss wa
Miss Marie Hul

WE CHISEL HIGH PRICES DOWN J WHEN WE FIRST
PUT PRICES ON OUR HARDWARE. BUY YOUR HARD.
WARE FROM US AND KNOW THE PRICE IS RIGHT,
WE LOCK OUR CUSTOMERS TO US BY SELLING
THEM NONE BUT HARD WEARING HARDWADE.
THEN WE'V'b GOT THE GOODS. YOU CAN GET IT
AT OUR STORIs.

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"Aurie Williams," evidently a
scholar in the primary school, dropped

a couple -of books in front of the Star
office while going home today. Aurie

can obtain the books by calling at the

Star office.

Miss Marv Bell of South Carolina, is

spending a few days with Mrs. O. E.

Ahearn. Miss Bell is a sifter of Mr.

W. T. Mcllwain, and has been a visitor

to our city Vefore,

EAL THEATRE

Tuesday IMio
Admission 5 and 10 cents
.
Cliff Peabody, Mgr,

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Mr. C. M. Dickerson, the Seaboard's

clever and popular traveling passenger

;ent, commissions the Star to whoop

everybody up to go to Bushnell Tues

day, to attend the celebration at lay

ing the cornerstone of Sumter s new

courthouse. The rate is so low that
it will be cheaper than staying at

home, not to speak of the fun.

Miss Blanche Mizell came down from

Orange Lake to see her Ocala irienas

today.

PATIIE WEEKLY, MITT

JEFF, FIVE REELS, TKMri.K

NIGHT. Adv.

AND

3 cans Van Camp's soup .-.25c

PATIIE WEEKLY, M,LTT
JEFF, FIVE REELS, TEMPLE
NIGHT. Ad-,

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Mr. M. Rathousen, manager for the

Globe's big sale, whose aggressive bus

iness getting methods caused other
merchants to have him arrested for
disorderly conduct, was found not

guilty in recorder's court yesterday
morning. He says he will continue to

offer merchandise to the public at un-

neard of prices, ana prove that he is

conducting a real sale. Mr. Malever,

proprietor of the Globe, also thanks
the public for its kind patvonage and
assures them pf the sincerity of the

sale.

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beans . .s25c

Miss Caroline Hawlss and Mr. Albert

Harriss returnef--e4terday from

fnl -visit ofafew- days with Mr.

and Mrs. Tinker a-KMillwaod, Reddick

--as accompanied nome o.v

ilbert of St. Petersburg,

'ho was also a guest of Mrs. Tinker.

STTss Hulberfs 'young friends are giv

ing her a cordial welcome.

Dr. Neville m. ciarK 01 Daytona,
who has been in the city since Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, meeting with the state examining
board of optometrists, returned home
today. Dr. Clark was accompanied b5'

his charming wife, who was delight delightfully
fully delightfully entertained by her husband's

friend while he was engaged with his

co-rworkers In examining the nine applicants,

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Mrs. John Taylor hasyTelurned from
a mart enj ten-Wys visit In

Tallahassee with Mrs, IIJ L. Carney

IDEAL

THEATER
LATEST AND BEST PICTURES
COOL FRESH AIR- COMFORTABLE
SEATS LATEST POPULAR MUSIC
Show slarls promptly at 7 o'clock EVERY NIGHT
ADMISSION 5 and 10 cents
. CLIFF PEABODY. MGR.

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Fishing tackle. One hundred King

Fisher Minnows with large hooks, as

sorted colors: the 75-eent kind for il

cents. Why Fay More? B. Goldman.
Adv. 2-22-3td-ltw

The home of a colored woman named

abi, on Tucker Hill, was destroyed
by fire this morning. It was a good
house, worth about $1000. It was be

yond the water limit, so Chief Cham-

: bers went o with the chemical en

gine, leaving the other ftrmii at the

station. t-hortlv atier he left, some
unp phwned that there was a fire on
North Magnolia street. The boys re

sponded at once, not knowing It was

the same nre. ana m making the run

the big gray horse slipped and fell.

hurting himself so badly he had to ue

sent to Dunn's hospital.

" Hominy 25c
" Mince Meat 25c

M Sunbeam shrimp ... . 25c
lb Soda 5c
cans small flat Salmon 35c
"large 99 99 -JOc

" tall Salmon., r.30c

Argo large Salmon45c

Ocean Gem tall M ... 20c

TRY OUR

Hotel Astor Coffee

SOMETHING FINE
40 cts. per Pound
LORD CALVERT
STEEL CUT COFFEE
40 cts. per Pound
CARN-THQMAS

Rev. J- K, aia.-3 Is spending the week
in Ocala, having a room at the home
of Mrs. C. L. Gamsby. This attractive
home will be occupied after July first
bv Dr. "C. B. Ayer and bride and Rev.

niaa will have a room with them j

until next fall, when Mrs. Glass and
daughters will come to Ocala to re-

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For first class antomoDTle service

by the trip, hour or day, phone No.

327. First class car and uniformly
low prices to U. J. C. Geiger. -Ad.

CO.

PHONE 183

Messrs. W. cf Martin and Earl Hall

will return Sunday from the i-r. -n.

College Park,' Ga. -----

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Misses Minnie Stovall and Annie AtT

kinson will leave Monaay noon iur

Jacksonville, where the will be met

bv Mrs. Jack Mizell orernanama, ana

together will leavon the special for
Chattanooga, whfcre they will repre represent
sent represent the Second Brigade, Florida Di

vision, at thef conreaeraie reunion.

Miss Stovall wiJ viWTher father. Mr.

TV. F. Stovall, In Tampa, wnen sne re-

tunn and Mi?s Atkinson will go from

Chattanooga to wytnevjue.

visit Rev. and Mrs. Francis

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Va., to

Craighill,

Mrs. II. A. Fausett and children will
move to their summer home at East-

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"Barbara of tbc Snows"
(Oopyrlatit, 1213, by Harry Irrlng GreD
CHAPTER XIII.
The Search.
March, lying fiat upon the rocks
first stirred uneasily as a sleeper
who gradually awakes, moaned and
then slowly pushed himself to a half
upright posture, sitting in the dazed
manner of one just recovered from an
anaesthetic. He looked around and
above. Beetling cliffs and ragged
mountain tops surrounded him, a deep
gorge lay at his feet, the dropping sun
was sending its horizontal rays into
his eyes. He looked himself over. His
clothing was torn, his hands and
knees lacerated, his head humming
like a taut wire vibrating in the wind.
He tried to recall, struggling to com compel
pel compel bis memory to yild its secrets as
one might attempt to drive his limbs
to some great physical effort, but his
brain, partially paralyzed by the bul bullet
let bullet which had raked his hand, respond responded
ed responded but feebly. Bewildered he tried to
think it out step by step.
"Where was he? He cast his eyes
over the jagged mountain crests that
arose on every side like the waves of
a tempest lashed sea. He had seen
them before he was sure of that
but where? Strive as he would he
could not recall. Who was he? Vain Vainly
ly Vainly he tried to remember, but his per personality
sonality personality had wholly escaped him
even his name and place of abode
were blank in his mind. Why was he
here in the midst of this .jumbled
chaos of barren mountain peaks? Not
a glint of recollection answered him.
He was as lost as one would be who
suddenly born of full growth found
himself adrift in space possessed of
his full faculties but with no past and
therefore with nothing to remember.
He looked at his hand, one finger of
which was encircled by a heavy seal
ring. It looked familiar to him sure surely
ly surely he had seen that ring before but
where? Mechanically he searched. his
pockets and found therein an envelope
addressed to Alan March. The name
was as familiar to his eyes as was
the ring and hand, yet he was totally
unable to place it. lie thrust the pa paper
per paper back into his pocket and arose.
Unquestionably he was upon a great
height and instinct told him that he
should get down as quickly as pos possible.
sible. possible. Automatically he began the de descent
scent descent his unfeeling legs finding the
way clumsily, bis brain benumbed, hi
throat dry as the waste that lay about
him.
He went as one in a dream, sliding,
scrambling, sometimes for minutes
lying prostrate as a stone rolled from
beneath his feet and tripped him into
a fall. Eventually he reached the bot bottom
tom bottom of the canyon and there he found
a stream, clear, musical, cold as ice,
born of the everlasting snows of the
great peak which had fathered and
mothered it. He plunged into it as a
seal leaves a rock, wallowing in its
icy coolness, drinking deeply, sub submerged
merged submerged himself. Its liquid coldnes.5
washed the haze from his brain and
he crawled forth refreshed and invig invigorated.
orated. invigorated. In a twinkling he remem remembered.
bered. remembered. He looked back at the tremendous
slide which he had just come down,
crowned by Its inaccessible top which
arose steep as a wall and to the eye a&
unsurmountable to the foot as the sldfj
of a giant bastile. Yet Tolliver had
said that he had once been to its top
and "vrould now go again. But Tolliver
was now insane and little dependence
could be placed upon his statements.
Yet Doris was undoubtedly somewhere
up there and at the mercy of that
merciless flying thing that had led
them all day long in that fearful pur pursuit.
suit. pursuit. Desperate and despairing though
he was he forced himself to reason
calmly. To return to the bottom of
the cliff and beat blindly about jt as a
beetle attacks a window pane would
be a waste of time, each minute of
which was priceless. He must return,
wire the aviators and with their help
assail the height from the air. It
would take at least a day's time to do
this, twenty-four hours of maddening
suspense to be endured, yet it seemed
'his only hope of eventually rescuing
her in case she remained alive. As
to what might happen to her in that i
interval he dared not think, but per perhaps
haps perhaps after all Tolliver might reach
the summit, and Tolliver loved her
also and despite his madness might
be depended upon to protect her to
his last gasp. Perhaps for the task
In hand his madness was even in his
favor, since It might give him addi additional
tional additional strength, desperation and cun cunning.
ning. cunning. Drenched and shivering from
his icy bath, he went scrambling off
over the boulders.
The sun sank and the darkness be became
came became intense. Guided by instinct
alone, he scaled the opposite side of
the canyon, often dragging himself
upward by pure strength of limb, more
than once sending lodsened rocks
crashing downward to the bottom in
leaping fiieht, their roar accentuated
by the darkness. He reached the j
summit of the ridge and found him-:
self standing in the glow of the moon,
another deep plunge before him, but
with light once mere to serve him.
Again he scrambled down the trail, j
An hour later from the mountain ;
side he paused as he fought desper-
ately for breath. He looked backward, j
Miles behind him across canyon and ;
ridge the desolate top of the table j
mountain loomed uncannily. The moon i
seemed to hang directly over it. What i
was happening there, what.unspeak-j
able tragedy in that dizzy land of des- j
olation inhabited by an uncanny fly- j
ing thing, a madman and a more than j
likely half senseless girl! He bit j
his lips until they bled, crying aloud I
in his impotence, his voice as cracked
and broken as the voice of a raven.
Then of a sudden as he gazed he be-

taiiic uozrn to me spot, staring across
the waste and upward with eyes which
were dilated by hcrror. For against
the face of the rounded moon he had
seen a grotesque, bat-like shape arise,
hover and then release a sqnirming
object that shot downward as an ar arrow
row arrow falls. He pressed his hands to
his head, closed his eyes, then looked
again. The forms had vanished, and
uncertain whether he had really seen
this grewsome thing or had been the
victim of an apish trick of his imagi
nation he once more plunged onward.
He came to the narrow trail which
led around the shoulder of the moun mountain
tain mountain and where with a blank wall
upon one side and a sheer descent of
hundreds of feet upon the other he
had involuntarily closed his eyes
when he had traversed it hours before
in the pursuit, guiding himself along
it now solely by the sense of touch.
The darkness was deep here and he
was more thankful for it than other otherwise,
wise, otherwise, since it concealed and rendered
less unnerving the death which he
knew must come from a false step
aside. Over the delicately 'poised

slide of shale he crept on hand.and
knees, feeling his way with his fingers,
testing each rock before putting his
faith upon It, until reaching its fur further
ther further side and finding the going fairly
good and the ligkt sufficient, for a
short space he broke into a shambling
run. Interminably, seemingly through
ages, he struggled on with all sense
of time lost and all distance but a
dream. Yet gradually and despite his
efforts to ignore it the coLSciousness
was forced harder and more insist insistently
ently insistently upon him that he was reaching
the limit of human endurance. His
strength was leaving him as water
rushes through a gap, draining the
reservoir of hl3 endurance to its dregs,
and more than once he was awakened
by the shock of a fall to find himself
lying prostrate after his legs had gly. gly.-en
en gly.-en out beneath him and he had
tumbled with no recollection of the
mishap remainic. But before him
and but two or three miles away,
black and serrated against the sky,
loomed the summit of the great chaia
that arose abruptly from the plain,
and there he would find the head pf
the canyon that led to the levej
ground and the city beyond with its
horde of brother men who upon hjs
tale would leap to the chase of the
monster of ue table mountain as
hounds run down a mortal and natu natural
ral natural enemy. Somehow he must mak,
those miies, and somehow he wouH,
He struggled on jvith the choking des desperation
peration desperation of a drowning mas who floun flounders
ders flounders towards a life line.
In his exhaustion both mind and
body worked mechanically and he pur pursued
sued pursued bis W3y as thoughtlessly, yet as
unerringly as the needle points the
magnetic pole. He seemed to have
been traveling forever, respective
both of time and space was lost and
he was wandering in aa endless dream
through wastes of rock that towered
about him to Incalculable heights,
hanging over him suspended by a hair
and threatening to crush him at every
step. He no longer wondered that
Tolliver with his latent streak of mad madness
ness madness had at last succumbed beneath
the- fearful strain upon body and mind.
Tolliver! He felt not the least ani animosity
mosity animosity towards him desspite that rak raking
ing raking wound across his skull made wjth
murderous intent- In fact, he mumbled
a prayer for his safety-et who else
could it have been that he had seen
whirling downward in that awful fall?
During some moments he doubted
whether he himself really lived, as
with slow desperation he forced his
way along steep inclines, sought the
bottoms of gulches and dragged him himself
self himself again from the darkness below
into the misty light of another sum
mit. An hour more and he had reached
the crest that rising abruptly from the
plain contained the canyon from which
he had started in the chase the morn morning
ing morning before. He had been traveling for
twelve hours now almost without a
pause, his brain was exhausted and
the driving power of his will, which
had for so long forced him on, wras
no longer dominant. It was miles yet
to the city, and with the realization
that it would be impossible for him
to traverse it without a respite he
sank upon the ground with his face
buried in his arms. He would rest for
an hour, then pursue his way, sum summon
mon summon North and his comrades and then
neither rest nor sleep until they had
hunted down their quarry, saved Doris
and rid the world of a creature not
intended for it.
Irresistibly the stupor of exhaustion
enfolded him. His head swam, his
form relaxed, darkness engulfed him.
He slept,
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Hi colored Knights of Pythias of
Ktorida held their annual grand
'"n in the Drick City for the past
thr-e days. The city was thronged
with members and visitors and there
was a happy spirft everywhere. Never
before in this city's history has there
been o many people- following a col colored
ored colored secret order than has assem assembled
bled assembled in this city.
The pu1l:e program of welcome held
in the Mount Zion A. M. E. church on
Monday night was a grand success and
all spt-fches told of the progress of the
grand lodge during the past year in
spite of the obstacles that htid been
placed to impede its progress. Su Supreme
preme Supreme Chancellor S. VV. Green sat w'th
G. C. V. W. Andrews and the other
grand officers, and at the end of the
program said a few words that. made
every one that was present glad that
he was a knight or wish that he was a
knight.
Tuesday morning promptly at nine
o'clock. Dr. II. R. Williams, C. C. of the
local lodge, after opening the lodge in
due form, turned the gavel over to
Grand Chancellor W. D. Andrews, who
in turn proceeded to open the twenty twenty-fourth
fourth twenty-fourth annual session of the Grand
Lodge K. of P. of N. & S. A., etc., and
went down to business at once.
After the appointing of committee-,
the C. C. proceeded to, make his an annual
nual annual report, which was the greatest
this order has listened to in its his history.
tory. history. Time after time he was inter interrupted
rupted interrupted with applause, and it took near nearly
ly nearly two hours to complete the report,
and at Its end the hall went wild with
applause which echoed and re-echoed
through the city. Many have said that
this report alone has re-elected him,
without any further efforts.
Over $22,000 has been paid out to
widows and orphans, and there is only
an outstanding Indebtedness of 14000,
wjth $t000 in the treasury to pay the
same. Nineteen new lodges have been
instituted and the enrollment of mem members
bers members has passed the five thousand
mark, and still moving on. Over
$80,000 have been paid out by the local
lodges fur rel'efs, and they have
property amounting to over a hundred
thousand dollars.
At the afternoon session the supreme
chancellor, S. W. Green, addressed the
grand body and many are the praises
that have been ven him for the kind
words of instruction, d information
of the fact that most of the cases
brought against the order by the
white knights in different jurisdictions
had been decided in our favor.
At the Wednesday morning session
a purse of ?2l.50, each, was Riven to
Mrs. Williams of the Rescue Home of
Jacksonville, Mrs. Simmons of the Or Orphans
phans Orphans Home of Belleview, and Miss
r.ethune yt fh Girls' Training School
of Daytona. Special mention should be
made of the most excellent speech
mailt; l.y Miss Bethune, which had its
telling eifect Ujjijn the knights' pock pockets.
ets. pockets. '
Next c'arne the reports of the jrand
officers as follows; Capt. E. A. Pots Pots-darnrner,
darnrner, Pots-darnrner, grand master of thf exche exchequer;
quer; exchequer; Capt. C. R. Williams, G. K. of R.
and S. ; Col. P. E. Smith, secretary En Endowment
dowment Endowment Bureau; Gen. D. Taylor,
treasurer ,0f th Endowment Bureau;
Dr. D. V. Roberts, fcrand medical
reglstt-r; S. G. Baker, grand lecturer,
and Col. C. jff. AJston, grand attorney.
All of these reports wyre received with
hearty congratulations, as they show showed
ed showed the progrrs of the order. Over two
thousand medical certjncqtps Jiave been
passed upon by the grand mIieal
register.
In the viand attorney's report the
matter concerning th,1? injunction
brought against the grand lodge some
time 3rh ;vas aired in full. It was
proven that some u fhe men signed
the affidavits by b.ein milled, some
did nut tdsp fhem at all, and the one
who did sign them fhJraws his slg
nature from the same and wishes the
matter dismissed from the courts. Ev
erybody is working for the good of the
ordef and it seems that after this ses session
sion session the greatest eccref. order in the
state will move on in its prosperity
unmolr-stt'd, at least by its members.
A resolution was received from West
Palm Beach inviting the order to hold
Its next grand session there and they
offered a guarantee of $300, a camp
ground and food. Other cities will
have to hustle to beat this.
Telegrams were received from the
jurisdiction of Ohio and Mississippi,
thanking this jurisdiction for the aid
thac had been given during the recent
flood-
An enactment was passed by two-
thirds of the members present uniting
the offices of grand master of ex exchequer
chequer exchequer and the treasurer of the En Endowment
dowment Endowment Bureau, and having one man
to hold both offices. This makes the
election of officers looked forward to
with greater interest, as no one knows
who will be the man to get the posi position.
tion. position. Both Capt. Totsdammer and
Gen. Taylor have made good and it is
nip and tuck as to who will win, while
is it also rumored that there is a black
horse in the field.
A resolution whs introduced by the
grand attorney in the morning session
of Thursday, May 22, carrying with it
the adoption of the constitution draft drafted
ed drafted at the last session of the grand
lodge. The resolution passed by a
unanimous vote.
The grand street parade took place
Thursday at 2:30 p. m., people corn corning'
ing' corning' in from all nearby towns to wit witness
ness witness the same.
The first business that, came before
the last night session was the election
of officers. At this instant Geo. S.
Ch aires arose and with one of the
greatest speeches that has ever been
heard in the grand lodge, put the name
of Col. W. W. Andrews before the
meeting for reelection. The delegates
went wild over the speech, and cheer
after cheer rent the air as the men
cried, "Andrews, Andrews, Andrews!"
Col. Andrews was reelected by accla acclamation,
mation, acclamation, and O. G. G. Levi Davis took
Andrews upon his shoulder and walked
up and down the hall with him, while
the men joined in the great rally song
composed by the grand lodge, entitl entitled.
ed. entitled. "Rally Boys, Rally:" The ovation
was great and long to be remembered.
The other officers elected by acclima acclimation
tion acclimation were: Grand Attorney. C. II. Al Al-?;on:
?;on: Al-?;on: G. V. Chancellor, Gt-o. P. Norton;
G. Lecturer, S. G. Baker; G. Prelate..
Rev. Stokes. The other officers elect elect-el
el elect-el were: C. R. Williams. G K. of R.
a: S. : E. A. Pots lamer, G. M. of Ex. v v-Treasurer
Treasurer v-Treasurer of Endowment Bur.; Gol -stucker.
Grand M. of Arms.; Levi Dav Davis,
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Dr. 1 W. Roberts. Grand Medical Reg Reg-fster.
fster. Reg-fster. and Col. P. E. Smith, Secretary
Kndowmtriit Bureau, and Dr. Geo. Ml
Brewe. member of Endowment Board.
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undersigned Representatives of that line will be glad to furnish tny addi additional
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C. P. IIOSTWICK. T. P. G. R. PETTI T, D. P. A Jacksonville, Fla.
F. R. PINSON, T. P. A Tampa, FU. J. L. MEEK, A. G. P. A Atlanta, Ga.
CITY TICKET OFFICE CORNER HOG AN AND FORSYTH STREETS. TELE TELEPHONE
PHONE TELEPHONE AOS. 743 AND 401, JACKSON VILLE, FLA.
R. W. PARTRIDGE, A. D. WILLI A MS,
Major General, Commanding Fla. Dlv. Ilrigadier General, Commanding: 2nd
I C. V., Moatleeilo, Fla. Brigade, JackMoavJile, Fla.

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