For All o! the Homes
AT RIGHT PRICES
OCALA, FLOKIDA, TUESDAY. JUNE 3, 1913
THE FURNITURE MEN
Lonjj ami Short Haul Jaxw Will Give
Ocala a Hotter Chance
1)11' L, T.
Xo Rest for
ubli' ins i
J. C. Privett, in a letter to the
Metropolis from Tallahassee says:
One of the greatest victories
achieved for the common people of
this state during this session of the
legislature has been the passage of
what is known as the long and short
haul bill. The bill provides that no
railroad company shall charge more
for a-short haul than it does for a
long haul over the same line, and in
the same direction. It is an exact
copy of the interstate commerce act,
relative to the same matter. The bill
further provides that a railroad
company may upon application to
the railroad commission, secure re relief
lief relief in certain intsances from the ap application
plication application of the bill, where the en enforcement
forcement enforcement of the provisions thereof
would be confiscatory. It also pro provides
vides provides that the present rates shall,
under no circumstances be raised
where the rates have been reduced
to meet water competition.
It would seem strange to many
people, who have not informed them themselves
selves themselves upon this question, that such a
bill would be necessary, for it cer certainly
tainly certainly seems strange that a railroad
company should charge more for
freight from Jacksonville to Talla Tallahassee
hassee Tallahassee than it does from Jacksonville
to Pensacola, or that it should charge
more from Jacksonville to Ocala
than it does from Jacksonville to
Tampa, yet, this is the case.
As a result of this discrimination in
favor of the seaport towns, the inter interior
ior interior of the state of Florida has long
been at the mercy of the railroad
The argument of the railroad com companies
panies companies has always been that it is nec necessary
essary necessary to lower the rate to the sea seaport
port seaport cty in order to meet water
competition, but a close examination
of the rates from Jacksonville to
Tampa and from Jacksonville to
Ocala, will disclose the fact that that
argument is certainly not logically
carried out, since, on many articles
the rate is much lower from Jack
sonville to Tampa than
sonville to Ocala. and
higher, uot withstanding
petition on all articles.
Not long ago I was discussing the
establishing; of a factory for Ocala,
with interested parties, who were
thinking of spending some money
there. As soon as they examined
the freight rates, however, and found
that they could secure a much better
. rate over either the Seaboard or
('oast Line, from Tampa than Ocala,
they' immediately declined,
As an illustration of this unjust
discrimination, the rate on first-class
y freight per hundred pounds is as fol follows:
lows: follows: From Jacksonville to Tampa, 50
cents; from Jacksonville tq Ocala, 62
k i . .... ...
cents: from Jacksonville to Leesburg,
On second class freight: From
Jacksonville to Tampa, 4 3 cents;
from Jacksonville to Ocala, 5 8 cents.
On third class freight: From Jack
sonville to Tamna. 34 cents: from
Jacksonville to Ocala, 50 cents.
On flour, the rate from Jackson
Villa to Tampa is 21 cents per bar
rel, and from Jacksonville, to Ocala,
is 2y cents per barrel.
Ocala is used as an illustration
ainiply because of the fact that Ocala
Is about halfway between Jackson
vjlle and Tampa.
One-half million people will be af
fected by the provisions of this bill
and I predict that while it may tako
several years for the railroad com
mission to satisfactorily adjust these
rates, that the interior sections of
the state will ultimately cease to be
discriminated against, and a town in
the interior will have as much chance
1 to grow as a town on the sea coast.
Washington, June 3.
republicans work" i.s
adopted by the demoer'
the Senate in charge of
lation, who predict that
- lake the
c lea'' oi
tariff Ie?is Ie?is-the
the Ie?is-the Senate
fill! I I
CALLING DOWX OF CARUSO
tee declare that theill would bt.
will vote on the bill by August 1.
Members of thv finance commit-
of sub-committees on June 9, that the
full committee's report should be
ready for the caucus by the follow following
ing following week and that the revised meas measure
ure measure would be reported to the Senate
June 23, Then it will be pursued
vigorously uruil placed upon its pas passage.
sage. passage. Senator Hoke Smith of Georgia
said that the Senate should vote on
the bill in the latter part of July.
How this could be accomplished, the
senator said, would be demonstrated
when the debate began.
"We will keep the republicans who
want to discuss the bill working and
we will keep at work ourselves from
the very beginning," aid the sena senator.
tor. senator. "We will meet in the Senate ev every
ery every day at 10 o'clock in the morning
and. keep at work until o'clock at
night. That will prevent the oppo opposition
sition opposition from tiealying the 1 i 1 1 by play playing
ing playing with it. We will tire the repub republicans
licans republicans out of playing."
Mrs W. B. Blount and two sons.
Bryant and Downing of Jacksonville,
arrived Monday and are guests of
Mrs. Blount's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. H. Harrison. Bushnell Times.
from Jack Jack-on
on Jack-on others,
Last Wednesday afternoon and
evening was commencement day at
Ocala School of Music and finite a
number of friends of Master Xat
Mayo atended the exercises. As us usual
ual usual Xat Jr., acquitted himself to the
satisfaction of his teacher, his par parents
ents parents and his friends. His violin num number
ber number was well rendered for one so
young. Summer field Chronicle.
( 'on;;' ,'vMncii from i Sorida are at the
Head- of Various Important
Wahir.gton, Jane 3. The demo democratic
cratic democratic House caucus has assigned the
Frida congressmen o the follow following
ing following committees: Sparkman, chairman
or t ne rivers ana Harbors committee;
Wilon on the banking and currency
committee; Clark on the public
buildings and grounds committee;
L'Kngle on alcoholic traffic in Dis District
trict District of Columbia.
j Italy .Mu-iral Ritflian Seem to Re
lieve he Ha- a Iliiilit to
I SAMS HI
iOi Ten .Million IMIar to the Nation,
j al Rank Throughout the
led beiiii beaten
i lions to a vuunc American act res
the lobbv of the Savoy Hotel last
CLLAIUNG THE WAR CLOURS
Kink in the l'atern Tangle Slowly
Rein Straightened Out
j London. June 3. Caruso, who
since he has been in London for the
, Covent Garden season has been seen
j visiting the monkey house in the; Washington. June 3. Secretary
j Zoological Gardens, narrowly escap- j McAdoo announces the distribution
because of his atten-jby states of the additional $lu,000
injoiio of federal funds which the treas
ury department will denosir in the
j national banks. His statement also
people were pouring out of 'discussed the manner in whir ti,c
ithe hotel after late suppers the tenor banks had received the recent order
j caught sight of the actress in thejthat 1 per cent interest yearly be
(company of several English people, (charged on all government deposits.
Of the 55; active denositarv banks
- .--- T 1 I
trieq: i on, you. liie auenuon on Mav 1
London, June 3.- A report from a i
credible ijuarter says that a commer- j
cial and political understanding has j
been reached between the Greeks!
He pointed his finger at her and
"ten. you. lhe attention inn Mm- 1 whan tho ct,r,. ;
- i. a v. vvn.iai, 1 o o u c u
hundreds of persons was attracted j his interest order, Mr. McAdoo said
incident and Caruso's friends fnly seven have declined to nav the
jhad to hustle him away to save him'
i a beating trom the Americans pres
and the Servians against the claims
The Bulgarian commander at
Eieuthera informed the Greek com commander
mander commander that the Bulgarian troops
would not advance any further and
;hat the recent movements of the
Bulgarian soldiers had not been in in-f.ended
f.ended in-f.ended in a hostile spirit.
Italy has conceded to Greece the
;-oast line of the former Turkish
province of Fpirus. between the river
Kaiahias and the Bay of Phtelia. and
France, which has supported Athens ;wjt
in r lie past, has agreed to tne south- l,
em frontier of Albania running from j Lvnch cak.uiates lhat in case of
the south of Cape Stylos to Goritza. j d routh ne can save this cron of oats
since if the rain won't come to it he
OHIO IWRMUR IS All FAD
If Rain Won't Come to the Crop, he
Can Move the Crop to
Galion, O.. June 3. David Lynch,
a farmer living near here, has a ram
which in addition to a fine coat of
wool, has a covering of flourishing
The ram wallowed in a
stack and got oats in its wool. Then
it was rained on. Next the sun shone
brightly. This continued several days
hthe result that the oats sprout-
interest charge and ceased to be gov-
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v iiimtm u vMj3i i ti i MH i t"ll lie I i Ilg
their federal funds to the treasury.
The $1i!.i!)ii,iii!i( and this surrender surrendered
ed surrendered amount, aggregating $ 1 1 ,5S1 ,."ut
has been apportioned in various
amounts among GOT national banks
in 4 75 cities and towns in the 4S
states and the District of Columbia.
HROWX S DHAIXAOi: RILL
muc hto main-
June 3. Brown's
bill which means
counties in Florida.
straw passed Doth houses without a dissent
LA K K WFIR W. C. T. U.
Xathan Mayo attended the funeral
of Henry M. Flagler at St. Augustine
last week. Mr. Mayo tells us that
he never saw so many flowers at one
time as were sent as tokens of love,
and esteem to Henry M. Flagler.
B. J, Benson has been doing jury
service in Ocala, returned home
Thursday and reports that Marion
county had the smallest criminal
ocket on record. Dunnellon Advo
the town of Goritza to be included in
This solution of the frontier ques question
tion question is regarded as settling in a
satisfactory manner the last difficult
point in the reconstruction of the
autonomous state of Albania.
ctm move it to the rain.
di:ai'm:ss caxxot ri: curfd
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deaf deafness,
ness, deafness, and that is by constitutional ;
remedies. Deafness is caused by an j
inflamed condition of the mucous lin-
Eustachian Tube. When i
Mr. Z. T. ChamblLss. vice-president
of the Munroe & Chambliss bank,
who numbers his friends in this
county by the hundreds, came down
vith the Ocala crowd on Tuesday.
is inflamed you have a i
ing of the
rumbling sound or imperfect, hearing i
and when it is entirely closed, deaf-!
ness is. the result, and unless the in- j
(lamination can be taken out and this j
tube restored to its normal condition,
hearing will bo dost roved forever:
Stork and Cupid
M&ny a New Home will Have a Littlo
ounocam to nnnien 11
i' iiniin ima a aii Liu
Thora is usual!? a certain degree of drea3
lo pvery woman's mind as to tho probablo
pain, distress and danger of chlhl-birth.
r.ut, thanks to a most remarkabla remedy
known as Mother's Friend, all f' .ir is b:in
Ished and the period is one ct unOouudeO,'
MoiliVr'a Friend Is used externally. It
ts a most penetrating application, makes
the 'muscles of the stomach and abdomen
i liant so they expand easilv and iiat orally!
v.ithout pain without distress and with
iKm oi that peculiar nausea, nervousness
and ether symptoms that tend to weaken
the prospective mother. Thus Cupid umt
the stork are held up to ieueratfoii ; they
f.r irtCud na mnnlng'plotiers to herald the
coining of a little sunbeam to gladden the
hearts and brighten the homes of a host oi
ThtTu nin thousands of women who have
used Mother's Friend, and thus know from
experience that it is one of our greatest
contributions to lio;i',tlsy, happy uii'ther uii'ther-lood,
lood, uii'ther-lood, It 1 sold by all "driiiztrists at 11.00
per bottle, and is especially roemr..ondel
as a preventive of cakiDg breast. -i and all
other such distresses.
Write tu Hiadrteld regulator Co., 131
1 aniar 1H1., Atlanta, da., for their very-
valuable book to expectant mothers. Jet
a bottle of Mother's Friend to-day.
nine csua out
of ten are
but an in-!
flamed condition of the mucous sur surfaces,
faces, surfaces, We will give One Hundred Dollars
fcr any case of deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu circulars,
lars, circulars, free.
J. F. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio
Sold by druggists. 75 cents.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con constipation.
stipation. constipation. Ad
OF TRAINS AT OCALA
viii:thi:r yoc csk
('A)jOMKIi OR NOT
Von Will Realize How Much Retter
for Von This Safe Vegetable
Remedy Will he
Tie liver is such a delicate organ
that most people have learned from
exin;rience the danger of flogging it
into action with the dangerous drug
calomel. The Court Pharmacy
sella and recommends Dodson's Liver
Tope, a pleasant-tasting, harmless
vegetable liquid that encourages the
liver, relieves constipation and bil
iousness without restriction of habit
There are no bad after-effects from
taking Dodson's Liver Tone. It dors
Jugt what It la Intended to do and no
more. Dodson's Liver Tone cannot
harm either children or grown-ups
and Is an excellent preventive of
chronic liver troubles.
The Court Pharmacy sells Dod
son s Liver Tone for oO cents per
bottle and every bottle sold Is guar
anteed to give satisfaction, and you
pet your money back without a ques
tion if it fails you. Some remedies
are sold In imitation of Dodson's
Liver Tone look out for them. Re
member the guarantee. Adv. 22
The following scliedule is not paid
for, but i.s printed for the information
of the public. The railroads are re requested
quested requested to sen 3 in corictions when whenever
ever whenever necessary.
SKADOARD AIR LINE
Southbound .ri'c Leave
No. 3 1:05 p.m. 1:20 p.m.
Xo. y il,imited) . ."2:31 p.m.
Nr. 1 1:35 a.m.
". 2:25 a.m.
4 1:00 p.m.
i Limited. .4:23
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.
Brin your mother-
wife or sweet sweetheart,
heart, sweetheart, YOU WILl BE TREATED
Weirsdale, June 2. Our meeting
oi the 2 1 t h was most successful. The
meeting was called to order by Mrs.
A. M. Reed, the president. After the
devotions and roll call the minutes
of the last meeting were read and
approved. Following the approval
of the minutes letters of acknowl acknowledgment
edgment acknowledgment were read from the lion. E.
L. Carney and Mrs. E. E. Packham.
After a great discussion it was de decided
cided decided that several members would
attend the institute in Ocala as del delegates.
egates. delegates. The matter of paying the
bills incurred by the reception of
Mrs. Itobbins of May 2 2d, was dis discussed
cussed discussed and it was decided that the
treasurer should be instructed to sup supply
ply supply the secretary with sufficient
amount to cancel the expenses. Be Because
cause Because of the absence of one of the
members it was voted to postpone
Scientific Temperance afternoon un until
til until a future meeting. A motion for
adjournment was then in order and
tne session adjourned to meet in
Mrs. A. M. Reed, President.
Mrs. S. A. Buckley, Secy.
SOON" HAVE CJOOR SERVICE
Postmaster (ieneral Huileon Trying
to Atone for llitchcoi k's
It has been found necessary, says
the Jacksonville Metropolis, to add
nearly a thousand more clerks to the
railway mail service, as the first step
toward getting a decent handling ofj
the mails. Much extra car
been ordered, and much of it
Peace Retween American and Great
Rritain Secured for Five
Washington, June 3. Secretary
Bryan and Sir Arthur Cecil Spring-
pace has Rice, the British ambassador, have
Already signed a renew al for five years of
put into use. despite the fact that the
summer is usually the lightest time
of mail bulk.
lhe last order of the
the general arbitration treaty be between
tween between the Cnited States and Great
jP.ritain. which expires by limitation
postmaster ion June 4.
general, removing the general super-!
intendent of mails. Ingalls.
ting in his place A. 11. Ste
California, is indicative of
and put put-hens.
hens. put-hens. of
ALL XECRORS OUT
men who under under-in
in under-in char ire of the
the ranks of the
Lee and His Colored Assistant
Are Shed of Their Jobs
railway mail ser ic and
hciency solely 1ms risen hi
higher to his present office.
Ingalls. "who will become a division
superintendent, was never a railway
mail man. having been taken from
the department of the postofiice in inspectors,
spectors, inspectors, and elevated when the evi evident
dent evident policy of the past administra administration
tion administration was to put. everything in the
mail service under inspectors. The
result of this i.s admitted to bo the
cause of most of the trouble in de deficient
ficient deficient help and car space.
The farmers and residents living
west of here, will on August 1st be begin
gin begin to have their mail delivered to
their doors. On that day Uncle Sam
will begin to serve his subjects, thus
saving them much time driving to
their nearest postofiice. They will
have a daily delivery, which will be
of the greatest benefit to them.
j 1 1VE REELS AT .THE IDEAL TO TO-IXKillT,
IXKillT, TO-IXKillT, Adv. 0-2- ltd
j The School Improvement Associa
tion met at Mrs. E. L. Anderson's.
The prospects are that Miss Mays of
: Ocala will be principal here next
' term. Dunnellon Advocate.
j MUs Minnie Peterson of Ocala
came clown Saturday for a few days'
j visit with her brother Jim. Crystal
2:30 a.m. i
p.m. 4:25 p.m.
limit rd leaves Jacksonville at
. in. and arrives in Tampa at G
It leaves Tampa at 1 p. m. and
R, D. FULLER
Office Over Muuroe & ChatubUaa Hank
WELL, (JET A (JOOI) WELL
Some people invest their money in
poor wells. Get a good one by let letting
ting letting S. II. Christian do the work.
Adv. 5-27-1 m
Eery negro in the office of the
collector of internal revenue at Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville has been replaced with white
men. Most of them resigned; the
others failed to get commissions
when they came up for them this
Joe Lee had told Mr. Lewis: "All
my friends will resign, but there are
some here you will have to handle as
you see lit," and Mr. Lewis says Joe
There are no negroes left in the
office and the negro chief deputy at
Tampa is succeeded by a white man.
The Tampa office was run entirely
by negroes, and Mr. Lewis says as
fast as he can get men to replace
them he will clean them out.
ih;sihaiilk houses for rext
Two liii-Re houite la central lo lo-fiition,
fiition, lo-fiition, Hiiitable for residence or
hoarding houMcn; one S-room and
liath, and one S room and bathf
either bonne will accommodate two
fnmillcN, and we will rent to ault
lenantM. Apply to D. $. WoodroiT
or lilmer DeCamp. 5-26
nARllECUE 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. Commtee.
Miss Ada B. Willis, who has at attended
tended attended Columbia College at Lake
noon. Crystal River News,
Wallace Davis came down from
Ocala Monday night and will spend
a few days at Shell Island. Crystal
DR. D. ML BONEY
r T . ....
I ; I
arrives in Jacksonville at 7:30 p. m. It
stopa only at Turkey Creek, Plant City,
Dade City, W'Ulwood, Ocala, Starke
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
Soul hhound Ja. and St. Peterburg
No. t 10:35 p.m. 10:46 p.m.
No. U!) 2:40 p.m. 2:42 p.m.
Southbound Ocala anil Lakeland
No. 33 unnyjim) 6:40 a.m.
Northbound Ja. and St. Petersburg
No. 10 5:10 a.r.i 5:20 a.m.
No. 40 . 2:54 p.m. 1:14 p.m.
Nrt blMiiiinl. Lakeland and Ocala
A bouncing boy arrived at the
home of Mr. and Mr?. J. E. Stevens
last Thursday night. J. E. was so
anxious to see the little stranger that
came home on the next train. We
shall expect some good laws from
him when he goes back to Tallahas Tallahassee.
see. Tallahassee. Crystal River -News.
. .Arrive 9:i
Optometry Office and Laboratory
9 to 12 a. m., 1:30 to 4:30 p. m.
Rooms 2-6 Gary Budding, Ocala. Tix
J. G. PURVIS,
Offices over Nash's
Dry Goods Store.
No. 22 (Suniiyjimi
Leave No. 43 ...
Leave No. 47 2:25
Arrive No. 4j 12:50
Arrive No. 4S 6:00
Lv. for I'alatka.. 7:0 u.iu. i:ZZ
J. E. GHACE
Kooms 9, 10 and 11, Second Floor,
DR. L F. BLALOGK
OFFICE OVER COMMERCIAL
BANK ; Ralih Baker, secretary of the Dun Dun-0
0 Dun-0 C ALA. - FLORIDA Uellon Phosphate Company and Capt.
- I John L. Inglis, left Monday for New
D. 15. Kibler and daughters, Clara
land Lucille, went to Ocala Tuesday.
Mr. Kibler going to New York City
while the girls go to South Carolina
to join their mother, who is quite
jii from shock over the death of her
sister. Dunnellon Advocate.
BIG BARGAIN IN
I have three, choice five-room cottages, each
located on corner lots, new, well-built houses,
Rented for $15 each per month
Close in, two blocks from Primary School and one
block from site of new $50,000 school house to be
Will pay practically 1 5 PER CENT NET,
on the investment. A Bargain if taken AT ONCE.
IP. W. DITTO
R. C. MUNCASTER
BURGLARY. EMPLOYEES LIABILITY
Ocala House Block
surulHV trains .... 8:00 a.m.
Ar. from I'alatka. 10:40 a.m.
;York. Dunnellon Advocate.
. (iuarantecd Izenia lU-medy
The constant itching, burning, rel-!
nei. ra.-h and disagreeable effects j
of eczema, tetter, salt rheum, itch.
., .... i
Piles and irritating skm eruptions j
can be readily cured and the kin i
made clear and smooth with Dr. Hob-
son's Kczema Ointment. Mr. J. C. 1
Eveland. of Bath. 111., says: "I had j
eczema twenty-tne years and had
tried everything. All failed. When
I f.Min.1 lir T I T1 l'n,,.mn fV-T, I
ment I found a cure." This ointment
is the formula of a physician and has
been in vrse for years nor Au ex- j
periment. That ii w'uy we can guar-j
antee u. All druggists, or by mail.
Price cents. Pfeiffer Chemical!
Co.. Philadelphia and St Louis. Rec Rec-commended
commended Rec-commended by Tydings fc Co. Ad
Attorney at Law
Munroe & Chambliss Bldg
; Mr. J. D. Itooney. secreteary of the
Poard of Trade of Ocala was one of
the Ocala visitors here Tuesday. He
lis an enthusiast on general improve improvements
ments improvements and was much interested in
1 Bushnell and Sumter county. Bush Bushnell
nell Bushnell Times.
Mrs. Almetia Hurst and three chil-
returned yesterday to their
.home in Ocala after a visit in this
I city with the former'? parents. Mr.
land Mrs. A. F. Harrod. Gainesville
South Atlantic League,
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Snles Promoter and
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If you are suffering with any old
running or fever sores, ulcers, boils,
eczema, or other skin troubles, get a
box of Bucklin's Arnica Salve and
you will get
relief promptly. Mrs.
of Birmingham, Ala.,
an usly ulcer for nine
months and Bucklin's Arnica Salve
cured her in two weeks. Will help
von. Only 2o cents. Recommended
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A ve employ none Uxit eperl we are ponltlon to guarantee ev ev-fr
fr ev-fr piece of ork f oiinic to Ntanil the Inspection of tae moat
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OCALA EVENING STAR
Bittlnger A Carroll, Proprietor
II. R. Carroll, General Manager
Port V. Leaven good, Huslnens Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered In the po3tofflce at Ocala.
ria., as second class matter.
Edwin Payson Weston, agea o,
has started on another tramp. We
should think the old man's feet were
worn oft up to his knees by this time.
U. C. V. MEETING
The Ocala National Bank, if we
figure rightly, will come in for about
$10,000 of that $10,000,000 that the
secretary of the treasury will put on
deposit in the national banks thru thru-out
out thru-out the country.
Alfred Austin, who has rattled
around in Tennyson's shoes as Brit
ish poet laureate for the last score of
years. Is dead. The Star moves that
Kipling be given the job. He is the
most representative man in British
literature, and what he writes people
At the invitation of Mr. Ed. L
Wartmann, the Marion county mem
ber of the State Board of Control of
Educational Affairs, the editor of the
Star visited Gainesville Monday, and
took a look at the University of
Florida. In the course of the next
few days, he will try to give the
readers of the paper a sketch of
what he saw in the university city
and the state's great school.
Marion camp No. 56, U. C. V. met
June 3, 1913, W. E. McGahagin com commanding.
manding. commanding. Prayer by Chaplain Long.
The following comrades answered to
roll call: M. Atkinson, Alfred Ayer,
R. A. Carlton, J. H. Brooks, R. A.
Evans, M. C. W. Christian, J. A.
Fort, M. P. Frink, L. M. Graham, B.
I. Freyermuth. H. W. Henry, W. Kil Kil-patrick.
patrick. Kil-patrick. II. W. Long, V. E. McGah McGahagin,
agin, McGahagin, B. II. Norris, J. W. Nance, C.
C. Stenhens. G. P. Stevens, J. D. Wil-
iams, E. G. Taylor, R. II. Shaw, C.
Priest, J. L. Beck, John Pasteur,
R. H. Wilkins, J. H. Taiton, jonn m.
Martin. R. C. Johnson.
Minutes of last meeting read and
The treasurer was ordered to pay
to the trustees of the woman's mon
ument fund $7.67 to make up the
$500 that was pledged by this camp.
Gen. Long and Comrades Stephens
and Atkinson were appointed a com
mittee to prepare a memorial of our
deceased comrade, T. A. Sistrunk,
and Comrades McGahagin, Henry and
Pasteur were appointed a committee
to prepare a memorial of Comrade R
Comrade B. H. Norris was elected
color bearer and Comrade M. P.
Frink was elected assistant color
Comrade R. E. Johnson was elect
ed a member of the camp.
The camp then adjourned.
Alfred Ayer, Adjutant.
It was reported immediately after
Mr. Flagler's death that he left
large sums to the University of Flor
ida, Stetson University and Columbia
but it seems that while Mr. Flagler
originally intended making these be
quests they were set aside by a cod
ocil to his will. It would seem par
ticularly appropriate for Mrs. Flag Flagler
ler Flagler to do something for the Univer University
sity University of Florida. She owes a great
deal to the state.
"itio- Hill" Anderson. Five Reels
the Temple Tonight
'Broncho Billy's Sister," featur-
ng fcilg rilii Auuertoii, ui
"A Matter of Matrimony," a side-
"The Priest and the Man." a great
"The Vengeance of Kalyle," a
hand-colored feature by the Pathe
"Broken Ways," beautiful
It was a pleasant sight to see in
the Civic League Park today, when
the Daughters of the Confederacy
gave their annual dinner to the Con
federate veterans. The park is
pretty place, an ornament to the city
and deserves municipal support. The
members of the chapter assisted by
several other ladies, and a score or
more of girls, were unremitting in
their attention to the old soldiers,
who found in this occasion another
proof of the love and respect of the
land which they served with unsur unsurpassed
passed unsurpassed bravery in the direful days of
fifty years ago.
With an .eye to the future, certain
American statesmen have inaugurat inaugurated
ed inaugurated a move toward obtaining from
Nicaragua the concessions necessary
for cutting another isthmian canal.
This would not rival the Panama
route, but supplement it. The time
is not far distant when commerce
will tax the Panama ditch beyond its
capacity, and then a route thru Nic Nicaragua,
aragua, Nicaragua, to be taken by ships between
ports in the northern hemisphere,
while all those headed for Soufh Am America
erica America and Australia could go by Pan Panama,
ama, Panama, would be of the greatest use.
Of course, this will be years in the
future, but it will take decades to do
The Star is sorry to learn that the
commissioners of Alachua county re rescinded
scinded rescinded their action in regard to an
appropriation to aid in exhibits to the
Marion County Fair. This was caused
by the spirit of certain narrow narrow-minded
minded narrow-minded people in Alachua, who una unable
ble unable to see the good that would result
to their own county by cooperating
with ours, threatened to take out an
injunction, and the commissioners
yielded to them.. The Star is glad to
say that many of the leading men of
Alachua were in favor of cooperation,
and hopes that the time will yet
vome when Alachua will join Marion
and other adjoining counties in a
great Central Florida fair. There is
no more reason for jealousy in this
respect that there is for Marion
county people to be small-minded
because Gainesville has the state uni
Dinner to the Veterans by the Paugh-
The dinner given today to the vet
erans, their wives and sons of vet
erans by Dickison Chapter, U. D. G.
at the Civic League Park, was a mag
nificent success. .Our county wras
represented from all parts and the
local camp was there in full force
Spread underneath the broad boughs
of the majestic oaks, the lung tables
were laden with every good thing to
eat. The Children of the Confed
eracy and Daughters serving. Grea
quantities of delicious fish, cooked in
every way, and fish chowder that
was the acme of all delicacies, with
hot coffee, were on the menu. When
all had been seated, Mrs. D. E. Mc
Iver, the beloved president of Dick
ison chapter, gave a little speech o
welcome, followed by the reading o
a Deautitui poem tnat toucned tne
hearts of all who heard it. Dr. W
H. Dodge invoked the divine bles
sing, after which the feast begun
and was greatly enjoyed. This was
followed by reminiscences and a ful
recital of the good times recently en
joyed in Chattanooga by the severa
veterans that attended. Mr. Norris
so handsome in his suit of gray bear
ing the flag, was an inspiration as he
told of the recent days so pleasantly
spent at Chicamauga Park. Eac
speech was listened to with keenest
interest and all too soon the hours
passed and now 'tis a pleasant mem
After the feast the remains of the
dinner, which was an abundance, was
carefully packed in big baskets and
turned over to Mrs. Ed Carmichae
who was there in her big touring car
representing the King's Daughters
and made a wise distribution of
same among the poor.
Mr. J. B. Haney, who has been in
the hospital for several days, Was
able to return to his home at Bur
Little Louis Hillier returned to his
home at Homosassa today.
ur. Hi. u. iinaner is steaany lm
i c. 1. 1. ifliii
Mr. E. Van Hood, Editor
(We are deeply grately to one of
the leading business men of Ocala
for the following fine article. Will
every conscientious, manly, thinking
man in Marion county please read
Hon. John Dawson, attorney gen-
jeral of Kansas, delivered an address
Bio-i at Chicago, April 1912, on "What
Prohibition Has Done for Kansas."
Doors open 6:30, .-luc.
amateurs, The constitutional amendment pro-i
jhibiting the manufacture and sale in
the state, of intoxicating liquor ex
cept for medical, scientific, and me mechanical
chanical mechanical purjoses was adopted in
November, 1SS0. In has therefore
been in operation long enough to af afford
ford afford a reasonable test of the effects
son acknowledges that for quite a
number of years the law was openly
defied in many of the larger towns
and cities. It took a long and bitter
fight for the people of Kansas to
convince the law-defying liquor in interests
terests interests that they were really in
earnest about banishing the infa-
Licensed Pictures at the Ideal
Tonight is the night that the li
censed pictures will be run again at
the Ideal. The program is a well
selected one and is guaranteed to
... v!ot state-wide prohibition
cure the most severe case of the 1 v
"Identical Identities" is an S. & A.
comic that is as funny as any ever
made by that well known company.
"The Old Clerk." A Selig picture
that is well reproduced by a strong
"Mr. Tucker's Temper." This one
is made bv the -Vitagraph Co. and
features Lillian Walker and Leo De-
Is proving such a great success that Mr. Frank, has de de-tided
tided de-tided to put up a Coaster-brake Bicycle as a second prize. This
high grade bicycle is the best handled by the Ocala Bicycle
Shop and is now on display in their shop. Go look at it.
The following is a list oi the candidates and their standing on May 2S(h. We count the bal bal-lots
lots bal-lots every Wednesday night. The ncxl count will be on Wednesday June 4lh.
of the best comics of
mous traffic from their state. But
at last and for
prohibition laws of
they are convinced
I some time the
the state have been as consistently
enforced as those against other com common
mon common forms of criminal conduct. In
estimating the result.-
laney in one
"Scenes in Ireland." A beautiful
scenic picture. A chance to see how
dear old Ireland looks.
, T, , nowever, allowance
The Ideal is true to the name for,
comfort and good pictures. The
crowds are getting larger each night.
Join the regular attendants and be
come one of the satisfied ones.
G EXEI5A i PR Ks KN TM EXT
OF THE (JISAXI) J I'll V
the Hon. W. S.
must be made
for the delay occasioned by this pro protracted
tracted protracted battle against anarchy, and
yet, in spite of this, these results, as
summed up by the attorney general,
are thoroughly convincing. Here are
a few of the more important of them:
1. Illiteracy has been reduced
from 4 9 per cent to less than 2 per
cent and this is confined almost en entirely
tirely entirely to the foreign element in the
southeastern portion of the state.
2. Eighty-seven of the one hun-
Marion Lummus, Ocala. .
Turney Colbert, Ocala
Thomas Sexton, Ocala
Willie May Lang, Ocala. .
Florence Carter 1000
Florence Dicks 107S
Susa Bell Gloster
Jack Home 1104
Nina Hunter 1014
; Vevie Halsell 1009
Thelma Johnson 1023
Lila Jackson, Martin 1009
i William Johnson, York .... 1013
,Whitner Koon 1008
lOSO iHarley Kendrick 1004
1000 j John II Lane 1017
1008 i Reginald MacKay 1000
jdred and five counties of the state
We, the grand jury impanelled and jhaye nQ insanei flft four have no
sworn for the spring term of this:
district, having completed our labors
beg leave to make this our final pre-!
feeble-minded, and ninety-six have
no inebriates. There is only one
pauper in every three thousand pop population.
ulation. population. Thirty-eight poor farms
have no inmates. In July, 1911,
We have investigated to a certain fifty-three county jails were empty,
extent, the finances of this county !and sivtv-five counties had no nris-
( while there are ample re-;0ners serving sentence; some coun
ties have not called a jury "to try a
criminal case in ten years, and a
grand jury is so uncommon that half
the people would not know what it is.
4. In 18 SO the bank savings de deposits
posits deposits in Kansas were $30,000,000;
sources) there is a large floating in indebtedness
debtedness indebtedness of this county represent represented
ed represented by warrants principally held by
the banks in Ocala on which this
county pays interest at the rate of
eight per cent. We respectfully sug-
vUUu1Lluu L ttl""ia, today thev are $200,000,000. The
should not exist and some other ;gta1e ,8 nQW the ricnest per-capita in
methods be devised to reduce the in- the the average weath )eiRg
terest rate. $1,700, whereas the average for the
Koads nation is only $1,200. Missouri,
We observe a great many com-;which adjoins Kansas and is rich in
plaints from residents on county natural resources, has an average of
roads, particularly the road to ess than 300 r)urjng the panic of
Blitchton and beyond, and respect-j i (. 7 Kansas sent $50,000,000 to
fully call the attention of the county Xew York to relieve the money mar mar-commissioners
commissioners mar-commissioners to these matters. ,ket( wnile Missouri sent nothing.
County Offices 4m In 18s0 tne death ratQ in
We find that every office in the ( Michigan, Wisconsin and Kansas was
county is audited monthly except the practically the same, seventeen to
office of county clerk and reconi-jthe thousand. Sincq then the death
mend that arrangements be made to 'rate of Kansas has gradually fallen
have the office of the county clerk j till it is now only seven and one-half,
audited by some competent man and; while that of other states has slight-
Randolph Mathews 1000
Alton Mangum 1261
Veva Maloney, Center Hill.. 1038
Marion Meffert 1102
Harley Marsh 1030
Marion Meyers 1000
Vernon Proctor 1000
Berrard Proctor 1000
Fred Perry 1013
Bessie Robinson 1000
Myron Rou, Lowell 1001
Cevie Roberts 1021
Dean Richey 1000
William Richey . 1000
Xed C. Smith 106G
Samuel Stewart 1009
Martha Smith 1030
Dorothy Pauline Spencer.... 10S3
Henry Wells 1005
Daisy Grantham, Sparr 1059
Albert Irby, Anthony 1022
George Keeney, Anthony
Annie Lou Long, Connor
Elbert Zetrouer, Mcintosh
Stella Moore, Anthony ..... 1000
Alma Belle Moody, Smerfleld 1000
Alma Priest, Anthony 1019
Walter Stokes, Gaiter 1003
Alice Slaughter, Levon
James Smith, Silver Springs.
Florence Schnitzler, Wrsdale
C. S. Turner, Jr., Zuber
With every ten cent purchase at Our Store you get a vote.
Every child between the ages of 6 and 16 years is eligible in this contest. If your
favorite is not in this list, hurry and nominate your choice. The candidate receiv receiving
ing receiving the highest vote will receive a fine Shetland Pony, and the candidate receiving
the next highest vote will receive a good Coaster-brake Bicycle (boys or girls)
The contest will end WEDNESDAY NIGHT JULY 16th.
Votes must be in on dates stamped on back ot coupons
such reports be made to the county jly increased.
commissioners monthly or at such j ,". The per capita cost of intoxi intoxi-time
time intoxi-time as reports of other officers are; eating liquors in Missouri is $24; in
1JEFOHE U. S. COMMISSIONER
The Sovereign Camp of the Wood
men of the World will meet in Jack
sonville June 10, and be in session
about two weeks. The four big
camps of Jacksonville are preparing
to give their fellow sovereigns from
all over the United States an appro
priate welcome, and many Marion
county choppers will attend. The
great order of Woodmen continues
to build steadily on its wisely laid
and solid foundation. It now has al
most t ou.ooo members, and it is
more than probable that in a couple
of years the membership will reach
the million mark. Florida has about
IS, 000 Woodmen, and the number
rapidly increases. The Woodmen of
the World have avoided many of the
mistakes made by other fraternal
insurance orders. They now have a
reserve fund of $18,000,000, wisely
invested, and there is no prospect
that they will have to follow the pol policy
icy policy of some other orders with less
foresight in raising assessments.
State Organizer Dame will go to
Jacksonville Friday, and hopes to
see many other Ocala Woodmen in
that city next week. Ocala has a
large and well organized camp, and
should be well represented.
LILLIAN WALKEK AND I,EO
DELAXEY AT THE IDEAL TO TONIGHT.
NIGHT. TONIGHT. Adv. 6-3-1 td
LICENSED PICTURES AT THE
IDEAL. Adv. O-2-Ctd
Five young white men are in the
Marion county jail awaiting a prelim preliminary
inary preliminary trial tomorrow before Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Williams. These men were
arrested on a charge of cutting open
and removing the contents from a
mail pouch at Wildwood. They are
Emmett Owen, Clarence Madre, A.
K. Wade, Jr., Summers and Wilbur
LITTLE ROYS DROWNED
Orlando, June 3. Little Frank
Pounds, Jr., of Ocoee, and Fred Wil Wil-mott,
mott, Wil-mott, Jr., of this city, two boys five
or six years of age, were drowned in
Lake Lucerne, yesterday afternoon.
While they last with Pure Linseed
Oil, at 75 cents a gallon. We deliver.
Phone 269. Anderson Pharmacy.
LILLIAN WALKER AND
DELANEV AT THE IDEAL
NIGHT. Adv. O-t-1 til
We find that the county jail is in
good sanitary condition but notice
that the kitchen equipment is inade inadequate
quate inadequate and recommend this to the at attention
tention attention of the county commissioners.
The court house we find in exceed exceedingly
ingly exceedingly bad repair.
State Auditing Department
We find that the county offices of
this county have not been audited in
the past .twelve months. We also
find that although a request was
made for the state audtior to audit
the books of the clerk's office of this
county at the time of the transfer of
said office from the former clerk to
the present incumbent, such request
has not been granted.
We also find that Mr. Ernest Amos,
said state auditor, whose duty it is
to attend to such matters has been
apparently negligent in the discharge
of his duty in this county, and that
failure to report or correct certain
irregularities with reference to tax
certificates, and we the grand jury of j
Marion county for spring term 1913,!
respectfully recommend that some
auditor other than Mr. Ernest Amos
be summoned at once for the purpose!
of making a thorough and complete!
Kansas it is $1.08.
(!. It has demonstrated that the
saloon is not a business, but a par parasite
asite parasite on business.
7. It has taken polities out of the
saloons and the saloons out of poli politics.
tics. politics. Every political party in Kan Kansas
sas Kansas now stands for prohibition, and
keeping joints and brothels out of
cities is as much the business policy
of the average cuy as keeping the
streets clean, water pure and the
public parks attractive.
In answer to the question as to
the relative value of prohibition and
high license as a means of- abolish abolishing
ing abolishing the evils of intoxicating liquors,
Mr. Dawson says: There is no rel relative
ative relative value. High license is not a
means of abolishing the evils of in intoxicating
toxicating intoxicating liquors. The only solu solution
tion solution of the liquor problem is its total
suppression. High license is first
of .11 a confession that the liquor
business is a bad business; and a
i vicious and wicked business means
ithat the state says to the rum seller:
You are corrupting the morals of my
I people, you are undermmding the
Our Plumbing at Prices that will Interest You.
The cost is often an important factor in the problem of whether you shall
have new plumbing placed in your home or not. The erroneous idea that
the cost is excessive may deter some people from further
consideration of new plumbing equipment.
It would be much better to consult us and let us show
you how the great variety in designs of plumbing fixtures
makes possible either a moderate priced,
plain but serviceable bathroom or one as
luxurious as can be desired.
We recommend the well known
Standard" guaranteed plumbing fix
tures and will be pleased to show you
fw5J 1 V-
IStandari" "Nassau" Lavatory
illustrations of these fixtures of which there is a suitable
design for any bathroom.
A, little talk with us about your plumbing may
quickly show you that a new plumbing equipment is
well within your reach.
IStandftrtf "Copley" Lavatory
OCALA PLUMBING and ELECTRIC CO.
manhood of my young men, you are
- i lie l ULl-nJ ' ' -.. .
men of their bloom, you are poison
audit of the books and records of this
nig the blood of my
Linseed Oil 7."c. and cans free. An
derson Pharmacy. Phone 269
ISM AY IS OUT
London, June 3. Harold A. San
derson has taken up the work of the
International Mercantile Marine Co.
a.? president, succeeding J. Bruce
Ismay. Mr. Ismay resigned some
months ago, giving ill health as an
excuse. He was aboard the ill-fated
Titanic when she sank in April, 1912,
and his conduct was made the sub
ject of much unfavorable discussion.
babes, you are
! ..r.. .1-; n V r. m fillincr T1H' IP 1 I 5
county, and to make full and detail-
, t t. .. and furnishing a spawn ior the
ed report of their findings to thej, , t ,
. brothel. You are at the back of all
count v commissioners. ,
Uoad ( (instruction j
... t sire mv peoide into drunkards. luna-
e recommend that arrangements ,
, , j tics and suicides, and you make a
be made to employ a competent en-'
. . , . 'verv larsre amount of money out of
Kineer whose dutv it shall be to look T
iU .:th!s infamous business, and 1 shall
after the construction and repair of' , ,.
, irenulre von to stand ana deliver to
countv roads in general. j ,
. . , ;me a considerable portion oi this
In conclusion, we wish to thank. ,
.... vl dirt- monev which yon are makms
the honorable judge, the honorable i.
t , in tins villanous fashion,
state attorney and all other county!
, . Does prohibition prohibit? Of
officers for their cooperation and:
cour-e nor.. ansv.?!-- mi.
eating attorney." These three and
no more, wno tear jOu ana no-
(body else, and determined to enforce
ithp law nor all the saloon keeners
M'ir.l lirmvur; o n A nil thoir fnllou.--
(4 1 11 V. '1 V i 11 i-1 t I A 1 t li.V.i 1J "
ers and sympathizers can prevail
against. Most important of these
three is the judge, and that is the
officer to whom the liquor interests
give the most attention and the tem temperance
perance temperance people the least. You must
have a judge or your law enforce enforcement
ment enforcement is bound to be inefficient.
We now pary to be discharged.
jXeit'ier does a gun shoot, nor a ship
! sail nor a piano make music of its
own accord. It takes a man behind
i ... .,
;a gt:n to make it snoot, a sailor to
LICKXSK!) PICTUHKS AT TIIEail tne ?hiP an 1 an artist to a v
IDEAL. Adv. fi-2-Gtd ithe idano: so too. with the
I.ILLIAX WALK I'll AMI
ii:l.xi:y at the ideal
K;iH. Adv. 0-:J-ltd
T.IC. BILL" AXDERSOX, FIVE
HEELS. TEMPLE TOXKiHT. Adu.
Lost. Found, Wanted, For Sale,
For Fent and Similar Local Needs
Cures Old Sores, Other Remedies Won't Cart.
The worst cases, no matter of how long standing
are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr.
Porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil. It reliever
Pain and lieals at the sme time. 25c, 50c, Jl.CX
Ibition law. It will sleep away
Each age of our lives has its joys, j year i in the musty tomes of a lawj
Old people should be happy, and they I book and never prohibit anything
will be if Chamberlain's Tablets are unless there are faithful executives j
taken to strengthen the digestion and j behind it." It has been shown inj
(keep the bowels regular. These tab- j Kansas, he declares, that it ran be
lts arc mild and eentle in their ac- enforced even in a community where!
tion and especially suitable for peo-! popular sentiment is against it. "It
pie of middle age and older. Forjtake.-; just three men." he says, "to
FOR SALE Well located and
complete concrete and cement block
business with established trade. Plant
now doing good business and owner
thi ''J ua aauuut ui umer in
terests. .No agents. -Address, Skin
ner Bros., Jacksonville, Fla. 5-2S-7t
FOR RENT Offices in Holier buiM buiM-ir.s
ir.s buiM-ir.s Ad,.1v to Davis & Martin.
FOU SALE A residence at a bar bargain,
gain, bargain, ix rooms besides kitchen and
bath room; electric lights; all modern
sale by all dealers.
Ad jdo it, a judge, a sheriff and a prose-shade trees;
servant's house. Apply to 416 S. Lime :-KK-:K-:-WKXXX:-X-
St., Ocala. 5-20-12td
WANTED A COOK. Apply to
secretary Board of Trade. 5-29-61
ROOMS FOR KENT Furnished liu lAL ISTflTF
rooms for light housekeeping, phone iHU I fl I L
21G, Fort King: Ave., and a four room :::AND:::
cottage with gas. 5-5-lm
FOR RENT Furnished rooms with
ail modern conveniences; close in.
Phone 378 5-17-tf BROKER
FOR SALE 6-room home and 4- EVERYTHING IN REAL
room home; lot 120x205 near city hall; ESTATE
prood porches, shrubbery, flowing well;
price, JG000. Take a look at them. 44
X. sanchez street, then get busy; per- OCALA - FLORIDA
feet title given. Write me quick. E.
R. Dimoth, 207 Hodges Dldg.. Detroit, -t -:-XX-X-XX-:X-:-X-XX.;4
FOR RENT Five or six-room
"nxr1-Apply t0 W. C, BLANGHARD
FOR SALE Cheap; a horse, wag- CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
on and harness. Apply at 4 47 West 1'L.Ws FUHX1SIIED
Broadway. Ocala, Fla. C-2-Gt ox ArPLTCATIOX
FOR RENT A 0-room house, o. liOX 4 OCAIiA. FUL.
large barn and lot and a well of soft
water. Will rent for $14 a month
until first of October. Apply to I.
W. Ogle or A. II. Heinemann, Con- r t T7,'V 7S TVTA L L
nor, Fla. 5-29-6td Ll. rlXjUi -A-HlIN L) HiXi
..FOR SALE Piano: $."0; box 4 44, PRAfTirAf
Ocala. Fla. 6-3-Gtd riWiLHLAL
FOUND A child's red jacket was CARPENTER AND BUil DER
found on the courthouse grounds
Fridav night after the band concert. Careful Estimates 3Ia3e on All Con
n v o tract Work. Gives more and tetter
Owner can find same at the Star of- work for the money tnan ,ny othw
See. C-3-Gt contractor tn tb cltac
OCALA EVEUVSQ STAR, TUESDAY, JUNE 3, 1913
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Ave you oin fosrgSfL
without a dollar in the BANK?
Winding up in the Poor House is not a pleasant
prospect. Old age comes as sure as the clock ticks.
A comfortable Old Age is the ambition of every man.
The way to have this is to have money to make it
comfortable. The money that you could save now by
cutting out a few extravagances would grow into a
a big sum by the time your life reached its December.
While enjoying the May time of your life, prepare for
DO YOUR BANKING WITH US
We Pay 4 per cent Interest on Savings Accounts
Swiss Cheese, Philadelphia Cream
Cheese, Sap Sago Cheese, Parmesan
Cold Boiled Ham, Dried Beef-chipped
Lobsters, Shrimp, Deviled Crabs, Kip Kippered
pered Kippered Herring, Herring in Tomato
Sauce, Findon Haddock Herring Roe,
Clams and Clam Chowder.
Undertaker Smith, phones 10 & 9 4.
LOOKING FOlt A GAME
Odd Fellows meet tonight.
Mr. H. V. Tucker is steadily re recovering
covering recovering from his illness.
"BIG BILL" ANDEHSON, FIVE
HELLS. TEMPLE TONIGHT. Adv.
! Mr. F. W. Ditto made a business
visit to Gainesville yesterday.
Just received, fine Swiss cheese. H.
B. Masters Co. 5-31-2t
LILLIAN WALKEK AND LEO
DELANEY AT THE IDEAL TO TO-NIGHT.
NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. Adv. ;-.-
Messrs. T. S. Mathews and S. B.
Brooks- of Zuber went to St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg on the A. C. L. excursion yes
i Master WesrJake Hollinrake, one
of ihe city's brightest and nioft ac accommodating
commodating accommodating poys. will be clek for
Mr.Mlurray aft the Ocala' Xews Co.
VlT.GTtAlrSr!LlG ANI S. AL A.
IMCTlIiES AT THE IDEAL TO TONIGHT.
NIGHT. TONIGHT. Adv. tt-3-ltd
The Ocala baseball team is expect expecting
ing expecting a game with Leesburg Thursday
The Leesburg team is a smart one,
and has had the best of several
ganres this season. Lf it plays Ocala,
the game will be a swift one.
Next Thursday will be the first
time this season that the summer
halt-holiday has been generally cele celebrated,
brated, celebrated, so there is reason to believe
a full sized crowd will be out.
HA II AFFAIRS
If you have any Items for thl de department,
partment, department, call Phone 106.
FN SON SFNDAY SCHOOL
PICNIC JFNE 12TH
Mother Kroli's remedies for baby ail ailments.
ments. ailments. Guaranteed like all Rexall rem remedies.
edies. remedies. Gerig's Drugstores. Adv.
Mr. P. II. Gillen, who has been in
the office of the Citrus County Chron Chronicle
icle Chronicle for the past two months, spent
yesterday in the city with his family.
Mrs. Robert Brush and children
left last week to join Mr. Brush at
their new home in Miami. Mr. Brush
was formerly with Frank's store.
IMCTFIIES AT THE
Several dates have been agreed
upon for the union picnic, but for
various reasons it has been neces necessary
sary necessary to change them.
Final arrangements have been
made June 12th, is the date Lake
Weir is the place.
The W. C. T. U. of Ocala will
have charge of the cold drinks, can-
dy and peanut sale and the ladies
of the Lake Weir church, Mrs. K. C.
Clements chairman, will have
I cha rge of the sale of ice cream. We
hope no one will endeavor to inter interfere
fere interfere in this matter.
The Atlantic Coast Line Railway
Company has agreed to furnish the
necessary coaches. The train will
leae Ocala at 7:00 a. m. and return returning
ing returning leave Lake Weir at 5; 00 p. m.
Mr. M. II. Williams, city passenger
and ticket agent, has kindly consent consented
ed consented to place the tickets on sale on the
11 tli. We advise everyone to pur purchase
chase purchase their tickets on that date to
avoid the rush. The round trip rate
will be fifty cents for adults and
twenty-five cents for children over
five years of age.
Let us all join hands and ma
June 1 2th a day long to be remb
ed. J. I). Roonejv
Secretary of Committee
That broadgauge and cheerful cit cit-zen,
zen, cit-zen, J. W. Ward, Jr., of Floral City,
was shaking hands with his Ocala
The city council will meet tonight
m regular session. There is quite a
lot of business to transact and a full
attendance is urged.
Mrs. Jessie Bishop visited friends
at Reddick yesterday. On her way
home, she met on the train Mrs. J.
R. Carney, the wife of the well known
A. C. L. engineer, who had been on a
visit to her husband in Jacksonville
and was returning to her home in
Leesburg. Mr. Carney has been in a
hospital in Jacksonville recently, but
will soon be out and on his run again.
Mrs. W. S. Pike expects to leave
tomorrow for a visit to her son, Mr.
Eugene Cox. in Atlanta.
Mrs. M. H. Haughton is expected
home this evening from Tallahassee,
where she has spent the past two
weeks the guest of Mrs. J. W: Collins
and Dr. and Mrs. John C. L'Engle.
Mr. and Mrs. George H. Ford left
Saturday for Ocala. Mr. Ford re remained
mained remained over Sunday, while Mrs. Ford
will spend several weeks the guest of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. A.
Weathers. Jacksonville Metropolis.
Dr. Julian McClymonds of Lex Lexington,
ington, Lexington, Ky., and Miss Annie Sharpe,
who is with her sister in Cincinnati,
are expected to arrive here sometime
tonight or early tomorrow to be at
the bedside of their father and uncle,
Mr. J. H. McClymonds, who con continues
tinues continues desperately ill at his home on
South Lime street.
Mr. Montholon Atkinson, a staunch
veteran of three wars, and Mr. Wm.
Dehon of BerJm are prominent vis visitors
itors visitors to our cirr? They came espe
cially to attendthe veterans' dinner
today at the Civic League park, giv given
en given under the auspices of the V. D. C.
EASTERN STARS AT FORT M'tW of J)i.eldsottjrh.an.ter.
Mr. L." R. Robinson, who has been
managing the Ideal theater for sev several
eral several months, will go to Tampa to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow to remain for some time.
YITAGRA1MI, SELIG AND S. & A.
IMCTFIIES AT THE IDEAL TO TONIGHT.
NIGHT. TONIGHT. Adv. 0-3-ltd
At 3 o'clock this afternoon one of
the attending physicians reported to
the Star that Mr. J. H. McClymonds
was very ill and that they did not ex expect
pect expect him to live.
Mrs. Anna Belle Reed, grand mat matron
ron matron and Mrs. Cora W. Har Harris,
ris, Harris, grand marshal of Florida, arriv arrived
ed arrived in Ocala from Tampa over the
Seaboard Monday, noon. With them
can e Mrs. Sexton and Mrs. Roberts
of Tampa, Eastern Stars. They were
met at the depot by Mrs. Emma Bur Burnett,
nett, Burnett, worthy matron, her husband,
Mr. A. E. Burnett, and Mr. C. E. Con Connor,
nor, Connor, worthy patron of Ocala chapter,
and escorted to the Harrington.
At p. m. Ocala chapter officers
with Mrs. Reed and her party,
twenty-two in all, left in autos for
Fort McCoy, reaching there about 7
). m. The Fort McCoy Masons and
their wives had prepared a sumptu sumptuous
ous sumptuous supper which was served on the
arrival of the Ocala crowd.
After supper Mrs. Reed, grand
matron, assisted by Mrs. Harris,
grand marshall, instituted Fort Mc McCoy
Coy McCoy chapter and installed its officers.
Ocala Chapter Xo. 29 then exempli-
j lied the work, after which ice cream
EVERY WOMAN SHOULD HAVE HER OWN
It is just as necessary for the housekeeper to have
a bank account as it is for the business woman. No
one can be too careful of money, and a bank is the
only safe place to put savings.
Anyone can earn a dollar, but it takes common
sense to save and make it earn for you.
A dollar will open an account.
im 90ALI NATIONAL BANK
CAPITAL FULLY FAII) IX $75,000
H. D. STOKES, Cashier.
CLARENCE CAMP, Vice Pres. JXO. L. EDWARDS, Pres.
McIVER & Mac KAY
I 1 r L m. w
WO XT Ilt'RX,
WO XT WEAK OUT.
Wonder what It is? Why it's noth nothing
ing nothing n ore than one of those
spi.i?xniD irox nr.DS
that we want you to come In and
buy. They are "things of beauty
and a joy forever." At the same
time buy one of our
You can do more sleeping In a night
on one of these mattresses than you
can in a year on some "body killers"
we know of.
Mr. P. A. Roberts, the gentleman gentlemanly
ly gentlemanly representative of Stetson Univer University,
sity, University, is in the city in the interest of
that great school. Many of Ocala's
useful men and women have finished! ami cake wore gerved and the crowd
their education at Stetson, and the returned home about 2 a. m
use is nheij to lenginen as me ears Every one was greatly pleased and
rOll Oil. Dinnvoil tha trit immon col v- anrl vto
Fort McCov neonle the best ever
- 1 1 t I ( 1 i . . m ... I I
liexiiii ijiver sans, one oi me itunuus
Rexall remedies of which there is one
for every ailment. Geriss Drus- A F IHFA IN KXTFRTAIXMEXT
Mr. C. Green has arranged tor a
i i.u.ii.ti 11, i.i,it a.mi cv a. noypi pntprtainment. for each nizht
1 II Va 1 I M ... I J 1 w- P tiavt -iiIr oil Vrmc t olnn t Ro-
IVJ I HV.AL V V IV, Ull 11 W ill y LUlVlllt V V-frinninnr
frinninnr V-frinninnr GrDTiino1 iitV crirlcs
iiatiiii-, .uuiiuaj v 1,111115 u 11a 1110
and young ladies under twenty play
yair. u. is. uennara, me eierdii ins: thp violin, the best nerformer
caiiroaaer. Durcnasea nis nrst nine- .;n .o5- crrwiri Tuac
age book fronifMR. Williams, Ocala
5rrsGe0fge' Rfggins "o'f Braden Braden-town
town Braden-town and Miss Annie Rollins, the
national organizer of the V. C. T.
U., will arrive at noon today to be in
attendance upon the temperance
meetings to be held in the Methodist
church beginning tonight.
Mr. Herbert Martin, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Geo. Y. Martin of this city,
who attends school at Auburn, Ala.,
fuvill not return iionje for the sum
mer vacation, hjfyinf accepted a posi position
tion position in the laboratory of the state
chemist, Dr. Ross. Herbert has just
completed his junior year and is a
very "bright and popular young man.
Miss Lola Raysor, wlio teaches in
the Orlando high school, is spending
her vacation in Xew England.
Mrs. R. V. Atkisson and daughter,
Miss Lucile of Lake City, arrived in
the city today and will spend Chau Chautauqua
tauqua Chautauqua week with Mrs. C. E. Haile.
Dr. Atkisson will arrive on Monday
for a short visit. Live Oak notes in
Dr. and Mrs. Atkisson were resi residents
dents residents of Ocala not many years ago.
He was the beloved pastor of the
Metohdist church and has many
friends in this city.
in house furnishings are in demand
v by those of artistic tastes. A visit
here will disclose.
U N "E Fl'KX ITT RE
CHAT IS IJECORAT1VE
but not overly dear. Merit is what
- wins these days, and it's only merit
that gives us our liberal patronage.
MERIT IX EIRXITIRE
MEIt IT IX PRICE.
i TVur ;Yfj
CONTRA CTORS AND
McIVER & MacKAY
imct runs AT
XI til IT. Adv.,
agent of the A
Malcolm Williams was tired but
happy last night. During the day he
sold $G00 worth of tickets for the A
C. L. excursion to Tampa and St. Pe
tfm. tfrfMw:if& ztfyvr- ebrilKH Bk
night, the same prize will be given to
One day laSttV, hnv nr vnnntr m q n nndop tirontv
who plays best on the violin. Wed
nesday night will be open to anybody
and everybody who "fiddles"; $5
will be given to the wanner. Thurs
day night, all boys under twenty
who play the piano will have a
chance at the $5, and Friday night
Come to sec us and we will show you many camp
Hove you a Strong Knife, a Pocket Axe or Water Waterproof
proof Waterproof Matchbox?
Buy Your Own Gun and thinfls; Don't Borrow..
You are going cut for fun. Ycu can have lots more
of it if you feel independent in using your own things.
Our line of Outing Hardware will make you have a
Bully Fine Time.
il. ,, ...Ml 1. -.-.-.nA nil
LILLIAN WALKKIt AM) LEO Bauic U11C1 uc LKJ al
DKLAXEV AT TIIK IDEAL TO- s uuut;i d-uus l"
XKillT dv 0-3-ltd Saturday night there will be a speak
ing contest between the boys and
HKi HILL" AXDEHSOX, FIVE girls and a hve dollar gold piece will
HEELS. TEMPLE TOMCillT. Adv. be given to the winner. Anyone wish-
4 ing to enter any or all of these con
The rear end of the A. C. L. north- tests can call on Mr. C. Green and
bound train blocked Fort King ave- get your name on the list
nue for fifteen minutes this after
noon, causing about a"" dozen autos VITACJIIAPH, SELTG AXI) S. & A
and trucks to PirhPr wait nr hack nut PICTTIIES AT THE IDEAL TO-
the latter oneration involving run-1 XKiHT. Adv. 0-3-ltd
ning backward the length of a
square. As soon as Trainmaster Fra-
zier was made aware of the trouble. rnn romrt'c ennn 91n
lie llilll iuc imui iiiuvcu u, uul uic
trainmen should know better than to
block one of our principal streets at 3
the busiest hour of the day.
Mr. P. A. Ausley and Mr. and
Mrs. L. A. Tucker and infant of
Ocala, are at the beach, and are oc
cupying apartments at the Shickley
cottage. Pablo Beach items in Me
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anderson
are guests in Jacksonville for a few
Mrs. Mary Eagleton is in Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville taking a special course of study
at the Massey Business College.
Mrs. Edward Badger has just con concluded
cluded concluded a delightful visit of several
weeks to her daughter and family,
Mrs. S. G. Movers in Tampa. She
was accompanied home by her win winsome
some winsome little granddaughter, Miss Til Til-lie
lie Til-lie Lovell Movers.
Mrs. W. K. Zewadski and Mrs. J.
YV. Hood returned home Monday
after a delightful visit in Tampa
with Mr. and Mrs. V. K. Zewadski,
4.J?4.:? ix-i t.4 1 U,- r.
The friend-winning prices
that we are making in our store
will surely interest you. Cold
type cannot do justice to the
extraordinary offerings. Buy
ing jewelry here means
spending money right.
Style may change but
our high quality, lew price
standard of jewelry sell selling
ing selling remains fixed. .,
L I f
1 1 I !(' i!
See Rivers at the Harrington Hall 2
Haberdashery about the baseball
nrizes he is offering for Thursday's
... In 1 1 t cim.. or
game. They are worth trying for. S CdUS SHiail Ilui OUIUIUU OJU
99 beans 25c
" M Oominy... J5c
" Mince Meat --25c
" Sunbeam shrimp . . 25c
lb Soda-i... 5c
Here you will find
a satisfying assort
ment of he world's
I m i t : i
I'll i ;
If you want a
ling gem set ring
Ok C UVVIUWW f WW
For your sweetheart mar married
ried married or otherwise a diamond
solitaire is eminently proper.
Nothing better as an engage-
tnent or birthday ring. Surprise Father,
Husband or Brother with a nice ring. We
have splendid assortment of gems in up-to-
the-minute setttnre t price to
suit tr.e thnntt pocket dooic.tou'Wx
will iir.d rlnea to euit everyone t"T"N
men and women andlitt
In now while the stock
A. E. BURNET
The grand jury, which has just 1
adjourned for the term, indicted Mr. o
. . . ft
s. i. bistruiiK, tormer circuit court
clerk, fnr pniltP77lpnipnr. It sppm;l
that in the last few months of his
stay in office, a number of tax deed
entries, thru the mistake of a clerk
were not accounted for, and the state
auditor overlooked the error. Mr
Sistrunk, as a formality, was requir required
ed required to give bond, and says he can
straighten the matter out at the
j Prof. Milne has been asked to con con-duct
duct con-duct a short summer school for the
benefit of students requiring a thor thorough
ough thorough drilling in arithmetic, grammar
and English. Parents interested!
please confer with Mr. Carn, Supt.
Brinson or Prof. Milne. Not more
than twenty students will be enrolled.
each to receive personal attention.
Forenoon sessions only, commencing
Monday, 9th. G-2-5t
" large " ..30c
" tall Salmon.. 30c
" Argo large Salmon. 45c
99 Ocean Gem tall ... 20c
Hotel Astor Coffee
40 cts. per Pound
STEEL CUT COFFEE
40 cts. per Pound
Mrs. F. E. Sheppard arrived in the
city yesterday afternoon from Day
tona, and will spend some weeKs
here, the guest oi her daughter, Mrs.
T. C. Lucliie.
Miss Frances McMullen and Miss
Alexander of Lrgo passed thru the
city today ontheir way to Boston.
from which dace they will sail for
Europe next" Tuesday. They expect
to pass the suaainer in Switzerland.
Miss McMullen is a friend of Mrs. E.
H. Martin, who had a pleasant in
terview with her while the train
Mrs. M. E. Messett. Mr. and Mrs.
John T. Moore and little Marguerite
Moore, have gone to Illinois, where
Mrs. Messett will spend the summer
and Mr. Moore and -family will re
main for a month. Mr. Moore has
been quite ill for the past ten days.
On account of sickness of some
members, the band rehearsal is
postponed until Thursday evening,
and all members will please take notice.
i: sti: ns stai: jikktixc;
Generally fair except showers in
northeast portion tonight or Wednesday.
Tonight at o'clock at Yonge's
hall Ocala chapter So. O. E. S..
will have a special meeting when
there will be initiation and inspec
tion by the grand matron. After the
meeting a banquet will be hell.
With the chapter beside Mrs. Reed,
the grand matron, will be Mrs.
Harris, who is grand marshal;
also Mrs. Sexton and Mrs. Roberts of
Tampa and the new chapter at Fort
McCoy has been invited to be present.
i;k; Ar amekso, five
KEELS. TKMI'Ii: TONIGHT. Adv.
Kirby & Dodson
Fresh and Cured Meats, Fresh and
Salt Water Fish, Chickens, Eggs
and Vegetables of all Kinds
North Magnolia Street
PHONE 200 OCALA, FIi..
VITACRAPH, SELIG AND S. & A.
PICTlTiES AT THE IDEAL TO TONIGHT.
NIGHT. TONIGHT. Adv. 0-3-ltd
A GOOD INVESTMENT
See Rivers at the Harrington Hall
Haberdashery about the baseball
prizes he is offering for Thursday's
game. They are worth trying for.
Adv. 6-3-2 td
Anyone wishing to invest in a
gilt-edge bill of sale secured note
can get in touch with a line small
investment with big interest call calling
ing calling at the Star office. 5-2S-Gtd
OI'EN D A V AD XIGIIT
Merchant's Cafe. A. C. L. depot cor corner.
ner. corner. Meals a la carte and lunche3 at
any hour. Ad.
I "I5IG HILL" ANDERSON, FIVE
HEELS, TEMPLE TONIGHT. Adv.
LICENSED PICTURES AT THE
IDEAL. Adv. 0-2-Ctd
ATTENTION, HOY SCOUTS
The original and only real Boy
Scout Shoes, "Excelsior made." Lit Little's
tle's Little's Shoe Parlor. r-27-Ct
The Slickest Electric
Motor for Sewing Machines
on the Market. Phone us
I for a Demonstration.
Ask to see our Stoves
and Ranges. We will Save
Agents for the Stand Standard
ard Standard "Central Needle" Sewing
Machine. Try one and if it
is not the Best, we Want it
Back in our Store.
PHONE CALLS WILL RECEIVE PROMPT
u null co.
XM?ALA VEXIXG STAR, IIEDA JUE a, lUlii
The Best Finish For
Walls and Ceilings
The Sanitary, Durable, Flat Oil Finish
Suitable alike for private houses and public toiild toiild-'jdks.
'jdks. toiild-'jdks. Most artistic, most beautiful, most economical,
.nost satisfactory in everyway. 1 he plain directions oa
sach can make it easy to apply with perfect success.
"Modern Method of Fini,hin,Wa11:" our handsomebook,
tolls all about Pee-Ge Flatkoatt and gives true-to-life color
schemes and helpful sutrtrestions. Free on request.
our dealer in your town for it.
Peaslee-Gaulbert Co. v
Mclver & MacKay
Lftvon, Juh Dr. T. K. Slaugh
ter and wife, and ur. siausiuH-.,
father, attended the picnic at Bush-i with k
nell Tuesday. They drove down in;
the doctor's Cadillac.
Mr. Tyra Perry attended the pa panic
nic panic at Bushnell Tuesday.
Mr. M. J. Roess, one of the receiv receivers
ers receivers for the McGehee Lumber Co.,
with Mr. Iver and Jack Rentz. were
Tuesday visitors from Ocala.
" Mrs. Walter Nichols of Pedro, was
a Wednesday visitor. j i.ev. ..
Mr. J. M. Xeely of Belleview, rep-. up a stock
resenting the New York Life Insur-, makes it
June '' Well
Crops in this
looked better a:
or wind storms,
lv will make a
id it' we don't have :
such as hail storms'
the farmers certain-1
acklite mow! Botie
of Fort White,!
Mrs. Annie Cook
Hiler -May Collins,
spent several days last week visit visiting
ing visiting her cousin, Mrs. S. J. .McCuliy.
PlTCttS Q It
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
Town property, improved and un unimproved,
improved, unimproved, for sale. Real profit profit-bringing
bringing profit-bringing investments.
Small Farms, Timber Tracts, Or Orange
ange Orange Groves or almost anything you
wish, on terms to suit.
RENTAL DFf ARTMENT
We have houses for rent or will
take charge of property and collect
the rent, keep up repairs and pay
Agent for a dozen of the best Fire Insurance Companies In the
country. Thoroughly competent to care for your insurance business.
I Will be Pleased to Care for Your Business In Any of These Lines.
F. W. DITTO Phone 285 OCALA, FLA.
ance Co., was a Wednesday morning neighbors. Hope the business
A. Crumfton has opened-'
of good at his home which ;
e r y co : ve:i i e nt for hi s
visitor. 1 ia nun.
Mr. Clyde Perry is at Dallas for aj Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Anderson o:
few days, helping the truck growers wnn.-ron. were the guests 01 my. ant.
pack tomatoes. Mrs. MeCully last .Sunday night
Messrs. M. M. Procter, Rufus Per-f This was Mr. Anderson's lirst rri;
rv and ueorge L.oweii 01 retro snip-, u,; uhk-a u.is .eri;.n m uuj
ped a solid car of tomatoes Tuesday. ber of years, and be is highly please
Dr. II. A. Reams and his estimable! with the beautiful corn he
route down litre.
Messrs. C. C. Stephens
and W. lb
Rawl.- male a business trip to Ocala
wife and Mr. M. J. Roess and his
family spent part of Wednesday in
Mr. W. J. Frink was a business! last week. j
visitor to Ocala Thursday. A protracted meeting will start at
Mr. Walter Nichols of Pedro, was a! Fellowship church next Friday night j
business visitor in Levon Friday.
Messrs. Perry and Slaughter ship shipped
ped shipped a car of fine tomatoes Friday.
Dr. L. K. Slaughter and family
spent Friday evening in Ocala.
Mr. W. J. Frink was a business vis-i before th
itor in Summerfield Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Lucius
and will last a week or longer. The
public is cordially invited. Revs, j
Newton and Henderson, of Lake Ciiy. j
will conduct the meeting-and ail hope;
that much srorul v. ill bo accomplished
Mrs. S. .1. Mc-Cully
spent i Claude, spent last
Screen Your Home
Every dwelling house in Ocala should be screened
from Flies TTnd Mosquitoes.
This is very necessary to the health and comfort of
your family. Every store, hotel and restaurant and
office sho uld be screened.
We manufacture, in our own plant, any style, size
or kind of screen, with hard or soft wood frames,
black, galvanized or copper wire, we finish them right,
fit them perfectly, and hang them on your house if
Our patent locking, easily removed screens, fitted
full length of your windows, are a boon to house housekeepers.
keepers. housekeepers. They lock inside, and they can be removed
for dusting or cleaning, in a moments notice.
Call us up, or send for a representative to measure
your house and make your estimates. The prices are
reasonable and ours is strictly a home institution.
Ocala Lumber and Supply Co.
Factory North Osceola Street. Phone 223.
HEADQUARTERS FOR WIRE FENCE.
We have just received a carload of the Famous SOUTHERN
Wire Fencing, staples and Hay wire and are in a position to
make some attractive prices on it. We are the only dealers
in this section of the country that handle this brand of fence and
have demonstrated in the past that it is absolutely the best
strongest fence on the market, and running it as we have in
competition with the many inferior grades of wire fence. We
have had some phenomenal sales on it and made tetany friends
and customers. Give us your orders, if the goods don't make
good we will.
IrCNICSMT 8t LANG
WHITE STAR LIME,
TRANSFER AND FIREPROOF STORAGE
COLLIER BROS., Proprietors.
Teams for Light
and Heavy Hauling.
Superior to Plaster
or Ceiling in
Quality or Price,
Sunday with Mr. Lucius' parents,
who live in the Charter Oak section.
Messrs. C. B. Davis and Willie Per Perry
ry Perry spent Sunday afternoon in Belle-view.
Mr. Sam Barrett and family spent ative?
Sunday with Mrs. Barrett's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Bryant, near Belle Belle-view.
view. Belle-view. Mr. B. F. Carter and family at attended
tended attended the Woodman unveiling at
da ugh -Morris-
Sunday with Mrs. McCully's
ter. Mrs. X. A. .Nobles, near
Mrs. W. A. Raw Is and children of
Ocala. are visiting 'friends and rel-
READJTH J 8
The Texas Wonder cures Kidney and
bladder trouble, removing gravel,
cures diabetes, weak and lame backs,
rheumatism and all irregularities of
the kidneys and bladder in both men
and women. Regulates bladder troub troubles
les troubles in children. If not sold by your
druggist, will be sent by mail on re receipt
ceipt receipt of $1. One small bottle is two
months' treatment and seldom fails to
perfect a cure. Send for testimonials
from this and other states. Dr. E. W.
Hall, 2096 Olive street, St. Louis Mo.
Sold by all bruggists. Ad
WORLD'S ALMAJTAC AX BALLARD'S
New 1913 World's Almanac, just re received;
ceived; received; 35 cents at Ballard's News Newsstand.
stand. Newsstand. Adv.
Ol.LIE MORDIS MARKET
-The market rormeny Known as trie
Oilie Mordis is now open. Will keep on
and a supply of fresh iivats and fish
Orders by phone will receive prompt
ttentlon. Phone number 315. Come
to the old stand and be treated rigii:
Ad. OLLIE MORDIS.
Help the baby through the teeth teething
ing teething period by giving it McGIlEE'S
BABY ELIXIR. It is a healthful,
wholesome remedy, well adapted to a
baby's delicate stomach. It con contains
tains contains no opium or morphine or injur injur-ous
ous injur-ous drug of any kind. Babies thrive
under its excellent, stomach and bow bowel
el bowel correcting inthience. Price "oc.
and r.oc per bottle. Sold by all Drug
IS IT YOUR KIDNEYS?
Don't Mintake tint Can Me of Your Trou Troubles
bles Troubles tu Ocala Cillzeu Gives
a Valuable Hint
Many people never suspect their
kidneys. If suffering from a lame,
weak or achins back they think that
it is only a muscular weakness; when
urinary trouble sets in they think that
it will soon correct" itself. And so it
is with all the other symptoms of kid
ney disorders. That is where danger
often lies. You should realize that
these troubles often lead to dropsy cr
Bright's diseas-. An effective remedy
for weak or diseased kidneys is Doan's
Kidney Pills. Read the experience of
a resident of Ocala who has tested
D. H. Gillen, No. 1 fi. Fifth St., Ocala,
Fla-., says: I strongly recommend
Doan's Kidney Pills for my experience
with them has convinced me that they
act as represented. I have taken this
remedy on different occasions for
lame gnd aching back and other
symptoms of kidney complaint and
have always found relief. You are
welcome to publish m statement."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., IJuffola.
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doans' and
take no other. Ad. No. 11
M'lVER & MAC KAY
Undertakers and Erabaimers
fine Caskets and Burial iiobes
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April 1, 1911.
Schlitz Brewing Co.
Dear Sir :
Answering your favor
of recent date in regard
to the influence of
light .on the quality of
beer, vtill say that our
over the last twenty twenty-five
five twenty-five years have con convinced
vinced convinced us beyond a
doubt that exposure of
beer to light has a very
detrimental influence on
its quality generally,
but especially upon the
flavor of the beer.
T,q have tested beers
repeate'dly in this di direction
rection direction placing the bot bottles
tles bottles into direct sun sunlight,
light, sunlight, and testing the
same after one, two,
three and five minutes
exposure, found that the
beer with three and five
minutes exposure became
undrinkable on account
of the peculiar odor
The detrimental effect
of light upon beer can
be successfully counter counteracted
acted counteracted by the employment
of brown or dark colored
glass bottles, and such
bottles are therefore
ours very truly,
T-1 T '-
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C. V. Huberts 303
Undertakinjr Ot'lice 47
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but it must be safe and harmless and
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When you need ;
pne To insure
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It is a Pain Relief and Heating Rem Remedy
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Many mothers think their children
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It 13 an absolute fact, that one 50 cent
jar of WILSON'S FRECKLE CREAM
will either remove youirircckl ;t. or au: c
them to fade and that two ars will even
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SOLI) IJY THE COl'KT l'HARMACT
Lady in Goodwater Describes Her
Distressing Experience and
Tells How She Was
"Era t T n ranaia
"Beer bottles should be manu manufactured
factured manufactured from reddish-brown glass,
inasmuch as same will to a much
higher degree than any other kind
of glass, minimize the influence of
the rays of light on the quality of
beer, and will protect the latter
against acquiring the disagreeable
taste (Sonnengeschmack) due to
the chemical action of the light
In white and green glass bottles
the beer is most affected by the
action of the light. Such bottles
are, therefore, absolutely inappro inappropriate
priate inappropriate and should never be em employed
ployed employed by brewers. ' (Signed) Prof.
Dr. F. Schonfeld.
From the illanrmted Brewery Encyclopedia, p. 99 (Hint,
trirrtft Brauc ei Lexikon). Published by Dr. Max
Delbruck. PrU-y Councillor. Profettor ( the Royal
Agricultural College and Director of the Institute fof
Fermemology at Berlin. Berlins 1910.
"Bottles of strong glass should
be selected. They should never
be of colorless glass, inasmuch as
through the influence of light the
beer will not only take on a dis disagreeable
agreeable disagreeable odor and taste, but will
also become turbid." (Lintner.)
Extract from Di Ma! und Birrbrmime. Published by
E. Leyser Director of the Brewinc Academy la Aaft Aaft-burg.
burg. Aaft-burg. entb Edition. Stuttgart. 1900. pace 680.
"The beer in the white glass
bottle had taken on disagreeable
odor and taste and was absolutely
undrinkable. The beer in the dark
bottles did not show this peculiar
odor and taste. (G. Beck. )
Translation of Extract from Zfituhrift fur daj Gum
Brauutun, J8Saf 370.
"It is interesting to note" the
observation that beer in colorless
bottles exposed to diffused light will
undergo a change, precipitating a
heavy sediment and taking on a
disagreeable odor and taste."
Extract from Dit Thttrit tmd Prmxil drr Mah.brtitunt
BitrfabrUatim. Published by Director Julius E. Team Teaming.
ing. Teaming. Leipzig. 1891. Fourth Edition, page 920.
" It is a known fact that sunlight
and daylight influence unfavorably
the taste and flavor of the beer and
care must be exercised in the
selection of the bottles."
J. Brand (Zeitscbrift fur das gesamte Brautresen. 1908.
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