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

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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EVENING

STAR

FURRHSfflWGS
For All of Uie Domes
I1S-MW CO.
THE FURNITURE MEN
AT RIGHT PRICES
eus-Zaehry Co.
VOL. 19.
OCALA, FLOEIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 1913
NO. 317
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NTER'S ESTATE

An Unexpected "Melon to be Cut by

Members of the Fruit
Excliange

' Tampa. June 6. Growers con connected
nected connected with the Florida Citrus Ex-

r-hnntro will find an unexpected nest

egg of $45,000. At the beginning of
this season growers were assessed 5
cents a box for contingent fund, but
the exchange has made money, .this
year and did not touch this fund.
Half of it will be returned at once
and it is probable, the rest will be
given back later. r
The matter of Sales Manager R. P.

Burton's speculation in fruits during

the season about which there was
much comment at the growers' con convention
vention convention held, here in April and over
which General Manager AV. C. Tem Temple
ple Temple resigned, was taken up in the
meeting of the board of directors and
fully "threshed out. : The board de-

ririprf that while Burton should not

Will A most lU at h a 3Iillion Without

sjnchullnif the Disputed
Insurance
' I v '
. Jacks oville, June 6. E. O. Paint Painter,
er, Painter, the millionaire fertilizer king
who wafiirowned ln St. Johns
river twpweeks ago, after accumu accumulating
lating accumulating pcies of $1,178,000, left a
will whid" indicates that his estate

exclusive -x the insurance will ag

gregate clce upon a million. The
will provider for the continuation of
the businesrof E. O. Painter to the
minutest detu. Mrs. Painter and her
daughter OPt are named as ex executors.
ecutors. executors. Mu 'bequests to churches
and charitabhinstitutlons are made.

COMIXCi IIAO.

'O GOD'S COUNTRY

jt I ship

have done it while holding the posi-. Mexico. Although ndne wasVu

tion with the board, yet it was not

against any rule of the exchange and

Americans Are nving Mexico by the
- ; ;'. ..- llureIs ..
Galveston, June; One hundred
and eight refugees -rived in Galves-

i ton last night on r(j the steam-

Harry Morse -om Tampico,

low-

ple" are flocking into Tanc0 jn th

cope or nemg uuie w eturn in

safety to the United States,

ed to board the Harr.Iorse p.
ing quarantine inspeons v it'vas

did not of itselijshow any disloyalty j learned that hundreds c other p.

to the exchange. ;
The election of, officers for the en ensuing
suing ensuing year resulted as follows: Dr. J.
II. Ross, president; W. Ii. Gray, first
vice president; Dr. AV, C. Richard-

son, secona vice pressmen t, u. u u-Jones,
Jones, u-Jones, business manager; W. T.
Haiziip, cashier; E. D. Drew, traffic
manager, and Judge William Hunter,
attorney.

II fill Sill

Finally Established by the Bill Pawn

ed by the Legislature
Yesterday
Tallahassee, June 6. The law by

which the agricultural department is
provided with a standard to measure
the "green fruit" law passed the

House Wednesday -night and went

through the Senate yesterday.

The bill is not an amendment to
the "green fruit" law but provides a
standard by which it may be enforc enforced.
ed. enforced. The standard is that set up by
the three fruit conventions which
acted on the matter during the
spring.
It provides that no citrus fruit
Shall be shipped before November 5
unless it can show a content of acid
not in excess of 1,30 for oranges and
1,75 for grapefruit. After November
5 the gates are down and any fruit
may be shipped provided that it
shows at least half color. The infer inference
ence inference is that after that date the fruit
will in most cases be ripe enough to
ship.
The Florida Citrus Exchange has
been pushing the hill and is much
pleased at its being enacted into law.

A

Cruise on a Battleship Would
Eliminate Goodwin's
Freak Leads
Washington, June 6. Representa

tive Goodwin, from one of the Ar

kansas backwoods districts, has made
an odd bid for fame by introducing a

bill in the House to use the navy for

advertising American- manufacturers

land products abroad. Goodwin, over

looking the fact that there Is no
superfluous space on a warship,

wants space allotted on the battler
ships and cruisers to install commer commercial
cial commercial exhibits, which can be shown to
merchants In foreign ports, and thus

stimulate American trade.

WELL, GET A GOOD 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-lm

D E S I II ARLH HOUSES FOR lEXT
Two large house In centn 0
eatloa, suitable tor resident or
boarding houses; one 8-room ,d
bath, and one 8 rooms and ba.j
either house will accommodate t
families, and we will rent to mm mm-tenants.
tenants. mm-tenants. Apply to D. S. Woodron
or Elmer DeCamp. -. 5-26

DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED

br local applications, as they cannot
rech the diseased portion of the ear.
Thfc-e is only one way to cure deaf

ness, and that is by constitutional

remeses. Deafness is caused by an

inflamd condition of the mucous lin-

ingNofthe Eustachian Tube. When
this tue is inflamed you have a
rumtinr sound or imnerfeet hearine

Won't you please vote for iurneyan(i it entirely closed, deaf-

Colbert to ge tne poney ai rrauns;
Adv. . 6-5-tf

S A LLO W CO M P LEX I O N comes from bilious

impurities in tne Diooa, anu tc won
liver. It is torpid.
::yv-?;;:S.i;M Wl O NS ;

' RED 2
LIVER REGU1

(TRE POWDER FORM) -.
. . .

'I8 the Kreatest of all liver medicines. ItS powerful PyK

strenethemng lniiuence is ai ontc appjcui "w."--1r''i"---.
-good digestion and a feeling of strength and energy the body.
When the system has been put in order the yellow cast in the skin
gradually disappears and the complexion becomes clear and healtliy.

' SOLO BY orALKMS.' FSlCC. LARGE

TO R

. . .til mm A

J. H. ZEILIN & CO.. PROPS.. ST. uouis. m.

ess the; result, and unless the in-

i""iion can oe taKen out ana tnis
tse tored to Its normal condition,
ne?inwill be destroyed forever;

nint cs out 0f ten are caused by

catai-iunich i3 nottlillg but an' In-
flameudition of the mucous sur surfaces

VVB vlve One Hundred Dollars
for any Vof deafness f caused br

catarrh) cannot be cured by

ndU s rtt Cure. Send for circu

lars, free.
J. F. Che& Cq Toiedo Ohio

ivlsts-75 cents cents-Take
Take cents-Take Hall-, pill f

stipation.

send nm TO SEA

SERVIA LOOKING

FOR ANOTHER SCRAP

London, June 6. -Russia is siding

openly with Servia in the Serb-Bul

garian quarrel over the captured

Turkish territory. War seems prob

able. Bulgaria is already preparing

for an armed contest with Greece
over the territory.

PUT BETWEEN PUKES .

To him that hath trouble more

shall be given.

I

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R, D, FULLER
DENTAL SURGEON
Office Over .Monroe & Chambllsa Bamk
PHONE 154.
OCALA FLORIDA
TERMS. CASH

Ad

SKY SHIP GA,

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til,;- -J. .: -.iina L),i tJiSv?:

of

WON'T mux,
AVOXT WEAR OCT.
: Wonder what It Is? Why It's noth
ing more than one of those ;
SIM.EXlIlD IIION BEDS

that we want you to come

- bur. They are "things

and a joy forever.

time buy one of our
SPUING MATTRESSES -
You can do more sleeping In a night
on one of these mattresses than you
can in a year on some "body killers"
we know of.

THEiRSHIP A SCARE
San Francisco, 6.officers of
the U. S. collier SaVwhich arriyed
yesterday from QjaSf. rported
that DidlersMassoa nig biplane
had proved a -soie anxiety t0

the Mexican fedes. l.day tne
Saturn sailed frocie souln port
the Mexican wars Morales ade a
hasty departure sea, the nn

given being thathe was fleng
from the bipland the .Freii,
aviator employe-f the rebels.

f-n and

beauty I ARRIVAL" AND PARTURE

J, E. CH AGE
DENTAL SURGEON
Rooms 9, 10 and 11, Second Floor,
Holder Block.
OCALA FLORIDA
TERMS. CASH.

DR. L. F, BLALOGK
Dental Surgeon
OFFICE OVER COMMERCIAL
BANK
. OCALA, --- FLORIDA

Legislators are Displeased With the
Ex-Governor's Attitude on the
Pure Food Law
Tallahassee, June 6. The storm
which broke in the House yesterday
against the attitude of ex-Governor
W. Jennings and Commissioner of
Agriculture W. A. McRae with refer reference
ence reference to the pure food bill, was not
unexpected, as the ex-governor has
been under fire for some time, and
while he stated that he was repre representing
senting representing the wholesale interests of the
state, the belief has been general
that he stood with the benzoate of
soda people, who were principally
responsible for the merciless fight on
Dr. Harvey Wiley, former chief
chemist of the national department
of agriculture.
The Senate health committee ex expressed
pressed expressed a determination to exclude
benzoate of soda from the state en entirely,
tirely, entirely, and the ex-governor prepared
on the scene and made a plea against
exclusion, basing it upon the state statement
ment statement that complete exclusion would

not harmonize with the, national pure

food law and therefore be Ineffective.
The pure food bill over which the
fight has been made Was drawn by

Jennings before the legislature con

vened, and evidently had the endorse endorsement
ment endorsement of the administration from the
governor down. In fact, it was look looked
ed looked upon as. an administration meas measure,
ure, measure, as was the case with the Ever Everglades
glades Everglades $6,000,000 bond issue bill,
which was -the product of the Jen Jennings
nings Jennings mind. Governor Trammell's
close relations with the ex-governor
have been the cause of considerable
comment, and his friends will be
pleased to know that he differed with
the ex-governor on benzoate of soda,
if on nothing else.

OPEN TO OKEECHOBEE

Another Branch of 'East Coast Sys System
tem System Will be Finished by
Autumn
Titusville, June 6 The Kissimmee
valley branch of the Florida East
Coast Railroad, which has been in
building down through the center of
the state for some time, is expected
to be opened by the beginning of the
tourist season this winter or early
fall. About 100 miles is completed
and there are some sixty miles to be
built yet through the finest section
in Florida.

EDLING SKIPPED OUT

Thng Who Assaulted Charlie Jones
Escaped from the Gang
Charles S. Edling, the carpenter
who was sentenced to six months on
the county chain-gang for assaulting
Charlie E. Jones, managing editor of
Claude L'Engle's Dixie, escaped-from
his guards ten days or two weeks
ago. Doubtless he is now far beyond
the borders of the state.
After being brought back from
Mississippi by Sheriff Spencer, Edling
was made to paint the jail, being a
skilled brushwielder. Jones was no notified
tified notified of the fact and loudly called
Governor Trammell's attention
thereto. As a result the governor
instructed that Edling be sent to the
"gang" and his orders were obeyed.
Then, taking advantage of his guard,
Edling "beat it." Tampa Times.

CAME DOWN TOO QUICK

Paris, June 6. Aviator Bernard
and a passenger were killed when a
biplane capsized with them seven
hundred feet above the earth yesterday.

I

I! Ill SUIiES

Unique Warship Will Bear the Name
of Sumter County's Shire
town
Washington, June 6. Plans tor
the submarine tender Bushnell made
public at the navy department dis disclose
close disclose the fact that the vessel will be
unique as a war craft.
The contract for the construction
of the Bushnell was awarded to a
ship building concern in "Seattle,
Wash. Her cost will be close to one
million dollars and she Is to be com completed
pleted completed within 21 months.
The- Bushnell is designed as a
"mother ship" for a squadron of
submarines and many roomy state staterooms
rooms staterooms will be provided for the -of fl fleers
eers fleers and crews of the submarines
when they are not actually cruising.
Powerful hoisting apparatus will be
installed where.with a submarine
damaged or, sunk, can speedily be
lifted to the surface of the sea and
a towing machine will enable the
"mother boat" to tow five of her
brood at one time. A machine hop
will be installed on the Bushnell.

TOOK A SHORT CUT

Macon, Ga., June 6. Miss Kittle
Tinner, aged twenty years, jumped
into a well yesterday and drowned
herself because, she was told by her
physician that she had pellagra and
could not recover. She stopped all
of the clocks in the house and left a

note.

I

To Stop the CoughCure the Tickling
Spray or mop the throat ith the wonderful
antiseptic. DR. FORTEIt'S ANTISEPTIC
HEALING OIL. It Cures in One Day. PuU
directions -with each botUe. 25c. 50c, $1.00

POLITICS WILL BE PURER

J.-G. PURVIS,
DENTAL SURGEON.

Offices over Nash's
Dry Goods Store.

Ocala, - Florida

Tomlin's Corrupt Practices Bill Has

Passed Both House and Senate x
Tallahassee, June 6. The measure
m

limiting campaign expenses and

punishing all forms of corrupt prac practices
tices practices In connection with primary elec elections
tions elections prepared by Governor Park
Trammell, and introduced by Mr.
Tomlin of Hillsborough "county, has
passed both the House and the Sen

ate and will now become a law. This

measure with proper enforcement

will mean much in the purification

of our elections. The old practice of

hiring workers, the custom of candi

dates spending large sums of money
in furtherance of their candidacy is

by this measure eliminated.

At the same

UXKIUB DESIGNS
. in .house furnishings
by those of artistic
here will disclose

are in
tastes.

demand
A visit

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 patronage.
MERIT IN FURNITURE ;
MERIT IX TRICE.

UNDERTAKERS AND
EMBALMERS

CONTRACTORS AND
BUILDERS

McIVER & Mac KAY

OCALA, FLORIDA

OF ilNS AT OCALA

The following isdule Is not paid

.for, but is printfr the information
of the public, irailroada are re

quested to sendcorrectlons when whenever
ever whenever necessary, j

SEABOAAIR LINE
Southbound Arrive Leave

No. 3 ...... ...:05 p.m. 1:20 r.m.

No. 9 (I.imited;31 p.m. 2:32 p.m.
No. 1 ...:35 a,m. 1:40 a.m.

Xorthbov ad ';

No. 2 ........ 25 a.m. 2:30 a.m.

No. 4 :00 p.m. 1:15 d. m.

No. 10 (Limite:23 p.m. 4:25 D.m.

The limited a Jacksonville at

11:30 a. m. anes in Tampa at 6

p. m. It leavepa at 1 p. m. and
arrives in Jackie at 7:30 p. m. It
stops only at Ticreek, Plant City,

Dade city, vv'i, Ocala, Starke

and Waldo :

atlantIast line
Soutbbound J st. Petersburg:
rive Leave

No. 9 n.m. 10:46 n m.

No. 39 tft n.m. 2:42 r.m.'

S on tb bound ftnd Lakeland

No. 35 (Sunnyj. 6.40

Northbound Ja:; st Petersburg
?rlve Leave
No. 10 ........ o am 5.2o m

No. 40

p.m. 1:14 p.m.

Northbound ta ad 0l

No. 32 (Sunnyjin-rlv- 9:50

Oeala nMaa

Leave No. 49 -v g:20

Leave No. 4T 2:25 n.m.

- r

i Arrive o. -....iz-so

48

JACKSONVILLE'S FINEST
-
AND

Arrive .wo. r-oo

OCALA 2,

p.m.
p.m.

Lv. for Palatka..'

Sunday trains

m. i:25 p.m.

isunaay irams 1:25
Ar. from Palatka.; 5.10

A GOOD IXrjEx
Anyone wishing: t in a

gilt-edge bill of sured note

can get in touctt ifie sman

FLORIDA'S LftRGEST 11 BESTKUR BOUBD HOTEL"

1 : t .1 TiT-f investment with big by

tk a vnii tkp vour Momer, wue ui ung at tne star omc5.28.6td

Sister to. V
HOME HOTEL OF THE StATF
RATES :

EUROPEAN PlN $1.50 PER DAY AND UPWARD
A. F. WILSON. Ass'l Mgr. THOS. 51. W11S0S, Prop, and M8r
JACKSONVILLE FLA.

When your chlldn j

cough be careful the cough

loose and expectorai by giv-

ing Chamberlain s wl,
may be required. TQy win
also liquify the toug and
make it easier to expe n hag

been used successfully
Mornips and is safe and

by all dealers.

ny ep ep-or
or ep-or sale

Ad

The girl who is as pi&

jture should never anulf tQ
I get In an ugly frame of

DR. D. M. B0NEY

OPTOMETRIST

f . i -J ... 1

EYESIGHT SPECIALIST
Optometrr Office and Laboratory
OFPICE HOURS
9 to 12 a. m., 1:30 to 4:30 p. m.

2-6 Gary Building, Ocala.

Rooms

JOSEPH BELL j
I Attorney at Law I
Office
J Second Floor, J
Munroe & Chambliss Bldg.
: Ocala, Fla. :

J.H.BRMS0W

EAL Is STATE

: : : AND i : :
INVESTMENT
BROKER
EVERYTHING IN REAL
ESTATE

BUSINESS CHANGE

With mutual consent and friendly
feeling we have this day dissolved

co-partnership in the business here

tofore known as Helvensiton and Pas

teur. The senior partner has bought

the entire stock and accounts of the
firm and the new management -will

be under the sole control of E. T.
Helvenston. Mr. Pasteur expects to
engage in an occupation less confin confining.
ing. confining. Our relations have been always
most pleasant and it is with mutual
regret that we sever our business
connections.
We wish to thank our friends and
customers for past favors and solicit
for the new firm a continuance of
their patronage.
The present owner wishes to as assure
sure assure the public that the stock will be
kept at the same high standard as in
the past, in the various departments
hitherto carried, and improvements
will be made from time to time. Cus Customers
tomers Customers will at all times receive the
same courtesy and careful attention
that have ever characterized our
store. 6-2-6 1 Very truly,
E. T. Helvenston.
Geo. C. Pasteur.

BIG BARGAIN IN

COOT IT

I have three, choice five-room cottages, each
located on corner lots, new well-built houses.
Rented tor $15 each per month
Close in, two blocks from Primary School and one
block from site of new $50,000 school house tojbe
erected.
Will pay practically 1 5 PER CENT NET,
on (he investment. A Bargain if taken AT OftCE.
IF. WV DITTO

CANDLER

Candler, June 4. So far our mel melon
on melon growers have just twelve cars of
water melons on the market.

Call up Phone 300 and Let us Give an Estimate on Year

PLU5V3B

AND ELECTRICAL WORK
We Guarantee to Save You Money on Any Work in Our Lines
A we employ none but expert we are la posltloa to roaraatee ev every
ery every pleee of work we eoaatrnet to Mtand the faapeetloa of tne um(
rlKld laapectora. It eoats aotalajr to sret onr figure, aad you are tao
winner, whether we secure the eoatract or not. Give ua a trial.
H. W. TLJC1KEIF

PORT KING BLOCK

OCALA, FLORIDA

It now well-known mat not raore
than one case of rheumatism in ten
requires any internal treatment
whatever. All that is needed is a
free application of Chamberlain's
Liniment and massage the parts at
each application. Try it and see how
quickly It will relieve the pain and
soreness. Sold by all dealers. Ad

OCALA - FLORIDA

W. 0. BLANOHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER

PLANS FURNISHED
ON APPUCATTOT
P. O. BOX 48 OCAIiA, FLA.
HATO YOUR CAB FAUmCD

MANUSCRIPT COVERS

An elegant line or iawyers manu manuscript
script manuscript covers, in any color that could
be desired, Just received at the Star
office.

Albert Van Fleet

Sales Promoter and
Business Builder

OCALA HOUSE
Ocala. - Florida

REAL ESTATE ARID MSURMCE

KKAL ESTATE
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 Grovea or almost anything yon
wish, on terms to suit.
RENTAL DEPARTMENT
We have houses for rent or will
take charge of property and collect
the rent, keep up repairs and pay

INSURANCE DEPARTMENT
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 Tour Business In Any of These Lines.

F. W. DITTO

Phone 285

OCALA, FLA.

FYE. McCLAME, 1V2. D
SPECIALIST IN CHRONIC DISEASES
THE Dr. MCLANE MEDICAL, SURGICAL
AND ELECTRICAL INSTITUTE
OCALA, FLORIDA.
PHONES Offlce, No. 333. Dr. McCIane's Residence, No. 407.
OSce Suite 1 to 7. Holder Block. Southwest Cn

" w. KUUK bUJlO,



OGALA EVENING STAR

lllttlaeer A Carroll, Proprietor

It. It. Carroll, General Manager

Port V. Lea ven good, Unilne Manager

J. II. Benjamin, Editor

Entered in the postofflce at
i'la., as second class matter.

Ocala,

The Mexican rebels have captured

Brownsville, but there is considera

ble doubt" as to which set of rebels

it is.

In consequence of a crush of other
matter today, the second installment
of the write-up of the University of

SCO VT MO VERIEST

HAS A GOOl START

debater and won the medals for best
junior oration and sophomore essay.

After his graduation he taught at

Dade City, Fernandina, Mariannal The Boy Sco-uts were organized at

and at Gainesville in the East Flor- the Board of Trade rooms last night.

Ida Seminary. He began practicing The following citizens of Ocala were
law in Tampa in September, 1900, chosen members of the permanent

and was nominated state attorney council: Dr. Chace, J. M. Meffert, W.
for the sixth circuit in 1902. Since T.Gary, Revs. Stephens, Ley, Dodge,

that time he ha3 served in that ca- Coleman and Glas3, Drs. Walter

pacity with great credit to himseii. Hood, Van Hood, McCIane, Izlar, L.

During the last campaign he ran f. Blalock, Messrs. Peabody, Hunter,
against Congressman S. M. Spark- Rooney, Leavengood, DtfVal, McDon-

man. nut was acieatea. am. ueorse nentz. hmmeu nooin-

son. Jack Camp, Clarence Camp, J.

J. If. 3IcCIAMOXPS.- P. Phillips, Prof. J. H. Brinson, Prof.

J. H. Workman, Messrs. Jake Gerig,

The neonle of Ocala sorrow great-1 l m Murray. S. P. Hollinrake, J.

ly at the death of their good old L. Edwards, H. B. Clarkson, C

friend and fellow citizen, Mr. J.

Florida will have to be deferred untliJ-",""""
12:30 o'clock

tuuiurruw.

Green, Dr. Boozer, Mr. Wilson of

who passed away about Munroe & Chamblis3 Bank, Messrs.

ymonds

:afteraoon...i-v. D. Cam. George MacKay. David

of ourlg. Woodrow. L." R. Chazal. Z. C.

overcrowded.

County Superintendent J. H. Brin- oldestjciJlzenn'e had lived in .his Chambliss, Frank Harris, Jr.
son is much pleased with the act of pretty home on South Lime street for Officers elected for ensuing year:
the legislature in establishing .&n- over a quarter of a century, and had Dr. chace, president; J. M. Meffert,
other normal school at Madison." He become as much of an institution as vjce president; J. D. Rooney, secre secre-says
says secre-says that there is a great demand the sturdy live oak that spread its tary; W. T. Gary, treasurer; Rev.
for it, as the other institutions are massive branches above his door Stephens, scout commissioner. Scout

yajuL. masters for each twenty boys en-

. Mr. McClymonds was 87 years oli.Vrone(i to be named at the next meet-

Mr. Harvey Clark, proprietor ofjHe was a native pf Kentucky ana fpg which will be held just after din-

the 0. K. Teapot Grocery, is quite came to Marion county some thirty T at the union Sunday school pic pic-proud
proud pic-proud of his membership in the years ago. He fir jt settled at Orange xc at South Lake Weir on Thurs Thurs-Pure
Pure Thurs-Pure Food Distributors Association Lake, but a few jears later came todayf jnne 12th (provided the Sea Sea-of
of Sea-of the United States. The motto pi Ocala a'nd has livid here ever since board Air Line furnishes the neces-

His wife survivesJSim. ... sary special train for the trip.)
Arpresnfme7"The Star was una- Executive committee: Dr. Chace,

ble to learn of the funeral arrange-Uiessrs Meffert. Rooney, Gary, Hun-

ter, Stephens, Leavengood.

the association
says that this
slogan.

is "Purity" and he
is also his business

Our new marshal is filling a long
felt want by having the street cross crossings
ings crossings in the business section of the
city-marked for the Information of
drivers of automobiles and carriages.
The marks are painted on the brick
in red and white circles at the points

nients.

MRS. If. GATTRELL

Ms; Gatrell. wife of Dr. H. Gat-

rerf, died ateleven o'clock last night
at her home in Fairfield. She leaves

a husband and two small children to

of Intersection, and give the drivers m0urn her death. We-did not lenrji

direct and
way to go.

plain instructions

which

I

Major Slattery, who has just -returned
to Jacksonville from a trip
up the St. Johns rivtr, says that
stream is comparatively free from
hyacinths for the first time in years.
The major says that whenever the

rtheTnCeTaTara Mrs.
Gatrell was the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs Louis Smoak, who at present

reside on the east coast.

"ivTCTS DAUGHTERS MEETING

Finance committee: Revs. Steph Stephens,
ens, Stephens, Ley and Treasurer Gary.
Council of honor to be appointed

om members of council later.

Following membership committee

appointed by the organization

mittee: Mr. Hunter chairman,
posed of six of our boys to secure

full enrollment of boys between

es of 12 and 18 as will come in

ommittee: Morris Osborne, George

Williams, James Chace, Hansel Leav
engood, Lindner McConn.

The following boys were enrolled
as "tender foots": Robert- White,

AMUSEMENTS
Pathe Weekly, Two Reef Feature,
" Temple Toniglif
A great show tonight and be sure
to come early as we only have 800
seats. Look it over and see if it can
be beat:
"Pathe Weekly," featuring' Mutt
and Jeff, the "Phunny Phellers."
"At Bear Track Gulch." A west western
ern western picture and a dandy.
"Peter's Pledge." Don't miss this;
its a comedy scream.
"Tamandra, the Gypsy. A two two-reel
reel two-reel feature, an exciting story by the
Lubin Co.
Orchestra music, doors open 6:30,
prices 3-10 cents. -Matinee from 3
to 5 tomorrow, five fine reels and

don't forget all next week is home

talent week.

Big Bill Anderson and John Bunny

at the Ideal Tonight
The features at the Ideal tonight

will be pictures that feature John

Bunny and Big Bill Anderson, two

of the best actors in the motion pic

ture business.

"The Gift of the Storm." In which

the after effects of an awful storm
are clearly shown.

"Sally in Our Alley." A beautiful

reproduction of this famous poem by

Cary.

"Bronco Billy's Gratefulness," in

which Big Bill Anderson is featured.

This is a fine western picture and

Big Bill is at his best.

John Bunny in a fine love story!

It is great.

Four reels tonight. "Extra fine

music.

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cattle away from the streams that
the government can soon do away
with the hyacinths by spraying them
with ansenic.

The report in the Star yesterday

that Mr. Herbert S. Phillips of Tam Tampa
pa Tampa would be appointed district at

torney was confirmed in the state

aftprnfMin nanwa thnr Mrrv nress

,. . . . people for railroad tickets,
dispatches. Local pride would have lv v ,

been much gratified in Marion coun

ty, if Mr. Ed Davis had been given

the office, but nobody will be sore
at Mr. Phillips, appointment. He is
an excellent lawyer, and has many

friends throughout this territory.

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U Ijy Usaf-.r li fa il Wii

A man who starts with a common farm and ends with a good one has made
a business success. A. good farm will carry him safely through the declining veVrs
of life.
Many farmers are finding an account with The Munroe & Chambliss Bmi
of value and assistance in improving the farm. Even though they may not -eem
to be adding to their wealth, they are, nevertheless, lor so long as his farm is im improving,
proving, improving, the farmer is making good money.
This bank values its farmer customers anil welcomes every ounortunitv
to serve their best interests. f unJllumL
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Tlue Meeroe & Cltairatollss"
OCALA, FLORIDi

J. I'. JENKINS,

' 13. .31. WII.L.I tia.

G. K. WILLIAMS,

AX ICY QUESTION

The regular meeting of the King's Charles White, Rosco Meffert, Will

Dauehters was held: 'at the residences

, r t U 111 IhiVilVJ 3 Ji -1-1 1111 a a 1

..... .-.. 0r the president, Mrs. uiumger. ine fert Paul Brinson, George Williams,

meeting was an unusuany Dusy one, Earl McRae, Allie Leach, Morris

a great demand having been made Osborne, Julian Rentz, Walter Moor-
. i

for neip tne past montn. .xew worK head Hansel Leavengood, Reubin

and new cares were brought up and! Blalock."

acted upon. tommirtees were ap- A good start ma(ie, not only in

pointed to visit ana report on new those who-have formed the organi-

cases. zation, but in the make-up of its of
A 1 an. n 1 nu n m 1 rtAM iV.A MM 1al

a m:ixy ucuiduu uyuu mc umci flCiai boards. We bespeak success,
constantly being ma'de by -destitute and feei that every man's name

Discus- snown in connection with this move-

sions have been made from time to ment is a guarantee that our boys

time whether it is right for us to use best interests will be cared for.

iuvucj. in tuai uiicv-uuu, a.o o jL,et our people rally now and

need so much in our local work. make for Ocala the best "boy scout'

A 1 very grateful letter from the organization in Florida. Help our
Children's home Society at Jackson- boys to become strong, stalwart,
ville was read by the. secretary, Mrs. honest, faithful men; men to take the

There may be nothing but accident acKnam, acknowledging aonauon place of their "dads," or rather to
in the way that the thug Edling of m9ney sent- become an improvement on their
who assaulted Charlie Jones in Tam- Bills presented' and ordered paid. 'pater familias." No parent but
pa some months ago, has been able King's Daughters boxes for money wnat wants to see his boy a better
to dodge the penalty of his evil are at different places and are in man than he is or has been, a more
deeds, but it looks very suspicious. cnare of Mrs. Weihe. The, public potent factor in the development of
His sentence was first evaded, then is urged to contribute freely, as we the affairs of county, state and na na-he
he na-he was given a picnic, and when at depend upon the donations given us. tion
the order of the governor his custo- WTe have endeavored to kep pace Couple the basic principles of the
dlans were compelled to put him at with the demands upon us which are boy scout movement with the wise
real Work he soon escaped. No tell- certainly no less than in the past, counsel of good mothers, under the
ing what an investigation might re- and seem to increase from month to leadership of Rev. Bunyan Stephens

veal. montn. ine box, ror ciotmng is in as scout commissioner, and the very

charge of Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk, and best material to be selected as scout

Secretary Rooney's suggestion that all contributions should be sent her. masters and assistants, the advice,

people lay in ice Saturday for Sun- We are greatly in need of clothing admonltion and counsel of the entire
day, so as to give the ice men and and contributions will be gratefully membership of the organization and

their animals a chance to rest, is a
very good one, and the Star favors
itsadoption. It also favors house housekeepers
keepers housekeepers buying supplies as early ev every
ery every day as possible, men. obtaining
shaves as early' as possible, and all
other things that will aid in doing

away with avoiflable work

received.

Committee.

THANKS TO THE U. D. C.

you have the very best in this state.

The Star gives it its strongest en

dorsement and will backthe move movement
ment movement in every way possible. Success

We read with delight, Mr. Roon

ey s letter in last evenings Star.

"Them ere's my sentiments, too,"
and is just What we have been con contending
tending contending for "lo these many years."

But because "we were a woman, we

dared not express ourselves, or were

disregarded, n we did. now con

ditions are changed in Ocala, for Mr

Rooney, "who does things" and gives
all an equal chance, things at last
"do move." Maybe you think our

ice factory could not supply enough
ice on Saturday for Sunday. Well,

would it hurt us much if it couldn't?

It is an undeniable fact that we in

dulge too much anyhow, especially

on Sunday, and to go on half rations

ror some time wouidn t injure any

of us. -

Just a few Sabbaths ago while on

our way to church we accosted our
faithful ice man. "Ypu don't get to
church?" His icy rejoinder was,

"No ma'am, I would like to, but
never have a chancei"

"Oh, what a shame, and we are to

blame for it, too!" was our reply

And just recently some one, tried to

argue that it was necessary to keep

our meat markets open on Sunday!

Forsooth! Isn't six days in the week
enough to eat meat in, especially

when we can buy enough on Satur Saturday
day Saturday to hold over? Is appetite all of

us? We plead for higher living and
enough consideration of our brother

to deny ourselves an ever present

thought that if meat make our broth

er to offend we will eat no meat nor

'crfeck any ice,," on the Sabbath es

pecially. "Is not life more than meat

and 'the body mora than -raiment?"

we no not set ourselves up as

saints, but the ice man, the milk

man, "the butcher, the baker, the

The King's Daughters wish to ex- to the organization.

press their sincere thanks to the U.

D. C. for the bountiful baskets of

All such provisions given) them, left from the

things, however, should be voluntary veterans' dinner. It was highly ap ap-on
on ap-on the part of the people, and not predated, and was immediately plac plac-the
the plac-the result of police regulations, ed among the worthy poor who voic

ed their, pleasure with the remark
that the veterans could not appre appreciate
ciate appreciate it one-half as much as they did.
"ITe who gives to the poor and needy

PICNIC POSTPONED

Pathe Weekly, two reel feature,

Temple tonight. Adv.

UNCLASSIFIED ADS.

For Rent and Similar Local Needs

which would be obnoxious to many,
and very inconvenient to some.
"Housekeeper," who indorse Mr.
Rooney more, perhaps, than he ex

pected, should remember that it is gives unto the Lord."

Impossible for many people to ob obtain
tain obtain Ice on Saturday, or keep a -supply
on hand until Monday,, and be because
cause because her household arrangements
arid appetites are such that it can do
without ice or meat on Sundays is
no reason why others can do so. The
Ice factory is now at a point of busi

ness where it has to keep its regular QSt, FOlind, Wanted, FOT Sale.

tinue Sunday, service entirely. If it
had more business, it could put on

extra: men; if it had less, it could)

work the regular men in shifts. Ice
is a 'necessity of life, and to keep it
from a poor, man's family' on a hot

summer day is something that no re

ligious observance would justify, but

if the people who can do so should

make a general practice of orderinj

a supply for Sunday on Saturday,

the ice factory could soon make ar arrangements
rangements arrangements to give its men .two Sun Sundays
days Sundays off and one on. As for the bar

bershops, It i3 utterly Impossible for
some men to reach them before late

FOR RENT Offices in Holder build

ing. Apply to Davis & Martln.

FOR . SALE 6-room home and 4

room home; lot 120x20a near city hall;

good porches, shrubbery, flowing well;

price, 13000. Take a look at them, 44

N. Sanchez street, then get busy; per

feet title given. -Write me quick. E.
R. Damoth, 207 Hodges Bldg., Detroit,

Michigan. 5-26-lm V

The picnic which the Fairfield

Woodmen intended to give next

Thursday has been postponed on ac account
count account of the death of Mrs. H. Gat

rell. ...

CANS FREE
While they last .with Pure Linseed

Oil, at 75 cents a gallon. We deliver.

Phone 269. Anderson Pharmacy.

Adv. 5-30-tf

MAUIOX-DUNN MASOXIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M. meets on the first and third Thurs

day evenings of each month at 7:30

o'clock, until f urthor notice.
C. E. Simmons, W. M. M.Jake
Jake M.Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad.

ODD FELLOWS

Lodge No. 22, Independent

ruiuia ioage

uraer or uaa iellows, meets every

Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock -in

Yonge's Hall, Fort King ave. Visit
ors in the city invited to be with us.
L. F. Ballard, N. G.
W. L. Volimrt, Secretary. Ad.'

LICENSED PICTURES AT THE

IDEAL. Adv. 6-2-Ctd

FOR RENT Five or
house on Daugherty street.
Baxter Cam. 5-31-tf

six-room
Apply to

FOR SALE Cheap; a horse, wag-

Saturday night, and that is also on and harness. Apply at 447 West

mostly caused by peonle nuttinsr off Broadway, Ocala, Fla. 6-2-6t

their trading until late, keepin

clerks at work until 10 p. m. or later.

. FOR SALE Piano; $50; box 444,

Ocala, Fla. 6-3-6td

Herbert S. Phillips of Tampa, who
has just been appointed U. S. dis

trict attorney for the southern dis district
trict district of Florida, was born in Mill Mill-town,
town, Mill-town, Ga., In November, 1873, his
parents having moved there from

Madison county, Fla

LOST Bottom of automobile tail

lamp. Kindly return to ths office
and get reward. C-4-6t

LOST -On Sunday afternoon, June
1, a small watch chain with round

.His father, charm attached, and the initials E.

Rev. T. J. Phillips, moved there, to w, T engraved on charm. Finder
teach. Soon after the birth of H. S. will be suitably rewarded onreturn onreturn-Phillips
Phillips onreturn-Phillips his parents moved back to ing ffie to this office or to the Flor Flor-Florida,
Florida, Flor-Florida, since which time he has Ida Title and Abstract 'Co. It was
lived In this state. He was graduated supposed to have been lost some some-from
from some-from Emory College in 1897. While where about Seaboard depot. 6-5-.

attending that college, he was editor

cuiury rnoemx auring nisr autu tu illKJU will go any

senior year. He was also a campaign where at any time. Phone 21. 6-5-6t

INDIAN RUNNER DUCKS

. Pure blood fawn and white, standard

variety of these famous "egg ma

chines." Eggs for sale for hatching at

ten cents each. Also two drakes for
sale at $2 each. Write or inquire of

X Trafton. Belleview. Fla. 4-28

There is no need of any one be

ing troubled with constipation;
Chamberlain's Tablets will cause an

agreeable movement of the bowels
without any unpleasant effect. Give

them a trial. For sale by all deal
ers. Ad

".CONCORDIA LODGE T". XT. OFA.

Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union of
America, meets in Yonge's Hall on the

second Thursday evening of each

month Geo. I Taylor, F. M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad.

LOYAL ORDER OF. MOOSE

The Ocala Lodge No. 699. Loyal Or Order
der Order of Moose, meets each Thursday

even'ng at 8 o'clock in the Gary build

ing, third floor. Vslting brothers are

Invited to attend our meetings.
Geo. F. Mershor, Dictator,
E. L. Stapp, Secretary, Ad.

of Postofliee'

Jo Wo JjBWIKILK

General Building fonfracfops
303 Osceola Street, Ocala, Fla. PHONE 381 p illock Northeast
THE VERY BEST OF EVERYTHING IX BUILIG CONSTRUCTION

We are prepared to handle all branches of Building Wo., no matter how large or small. We offer our
services, and materials. Carpentry, Masonry, Brick and Ston' Plumbing Steam Fitting, Lathing and Plas Plastering,
tering, Plastering, Roofing, Blacksmithmg, Special Iron Work, and all ctr brancher of building. ?
We Offer to the Trade Lime, Cement, Plaster, Roofing, SewePipe, Plumbing and Steam FitUn- Sunnlics 4ml
Building Brick, Both Cordon and IVessed. '

candle-stick maker," never stop at
our door on Sunday. Neither do we
consider ourselves a "back number,"

but we know somebody has gotten

hold ot Ocala, at least, we feel it

shaking and things have "got to be

did." We stick to what we have said,
knowing the plan to be a 'happy one,

let's, all "speak up," and help Mr.

Rooney to "act in the living pres present."
ent." present."

For further information addressfv

or call on, Housekeeper.

LlVCHEON 12 TO 2 O'CLOCK

If

ODD FELLOWS, ATTENTION'

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FIFTY CENTS

Sunday, June 8, will be obseed

by the Odd Fellows of Ocala a'e-y

morial day. All members of. 7ula

Lodge are requested to bear h? in

mind, and to prepare flowers' t lay

upon the graves of their de'"ed L

brethren.

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LOTS FOR SALE CIIEA

A big bargain in two bur31

on north end of Masrnolia sf iCC-

and railroad frontage; fine; f

, iwo corner iuia in ucr.

the Seymour addition, the
vvill sell

. . ogether or

. , ny to R. c.
separately as desired. 5-24-i't
Muncaster, Ocala IIous;

HEALTHY LIVER

,ES BEAUTY

The Slickest Electric

Motor for Sewing Machines
on the Market. Phone us

for a Demonstration.

Ask to see our Stoves

and Ranges. We will Save

you Money.

Agents for the Stand

ard "Central Needle" Sewing

Machine. Try one and if it

is not the Best, we W ant it

Back in our Store.

PHONE CALLS WILL RECEPVE PROMPT

AMTENTION.

Pbone 10

-UGALA- FURNITURE CD.

. . that a Healthy
Famous Actress Ft J
. o Good Looks
Ldver is ecess
, A. ulness
and 1
One. of the v'known "women of
the American J is writIng a series
of articles Dreservation ot
beauty. Shaf3 great import import-ance
ance import-ance to keeg hvet active at a11
times, anJjne iht'- Xeither good
looks nr haPl)is wil1 stay lonS
with a man cwoman who lets
the Uer get laz?d sluSSish.
pis not alwasafe to take calo-

nei; the old mvemedy. Doctors
aree that it is ay uncertain drug,
jut the Court Fmacy has a rem

edy for sale tnaey guarantee to
take the place olomel absolutely,
and still be hars, causing no re

striction of habi diet. This rem

edy is Dodson'ser Tone.

Dodson's Livene is a pleasant-

tasting vegetabluid, but it starts

the liver gentljl surely and re-

ieves constipatiid biliousness so

promptly that ,s become a de

Dendable remeo thousands of

homes in the U States. There

are scores of fas in this vicinity

who will not Ithout it in the

house and whold net think of

starting on a without a bottle

of it.

The Court Facy nas sola so

much Dodson's." Tone that they

are convinced i merit and will

give any persf 50 cents back,

who buys a, bcnd does not And

that it takes tce of calomel to

perfection. A' 23

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Soup
Fish, Beef, Turkey :
Mashed or Steamed Potatoes, Rice
String Beans, Peas, Corn
Tomatoes or Cucumbers
Desserts
Apple or Custard Pie

Tea

Coffee

Milk

HOTEL
HARRINGTON HALL
CAFE

FIRE

R. C. IV1UISJCASTER

LIFE
ACCIDENT
HEALTH
PLATE GLASS

UUKGLARV, EMPLOYEES LIABILITY

Ocala House Block

Plionc 420

IQrby & Dodson
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DEALERS IN

Fresh and Cured Meats, Fresh and

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

PHONE 260 OCALA. FLA

M'lVER & MAC KAY
Funeral Directors

Undertakers and Embalmers

Fine Caskets and Burial Robes

l. E. McrVER and C V. ROBERTS

Funeral Pi rectors

ill Work Done ty Licensed Em

balmers and Fully Guaranteed.

PHONES:
D. E. Melver
C. V. Roberts
Undertaking Office

81BUM""'"!MM III I H

HEADQUARTERS FOR WIRE

v,vleaJe just fecfived a carload of the Famous SOUTHERN'
I'E FlCiR?: a?Aes an.d wire and are in a W on to

aivc Buuie aitraciive prices on 1L Vt nr- tyn V
i thl, sectloa o! the coJitrr that hande !hl, lraa o-'fen "and

stroneest fpno nn ZwZZ m "

have had some phenomenal Bales.on It and made maiv frii1

KMEGHT LANG

; .CE
- Ocala, fune 2nd, 1913.

Notice is hSiven that the an

nual meeting stockholders of

the Lemon fuit Company will

be held in tr'e of R- S. Hall, on

Tuesday, Jth at 10 o'clock.
g.oT. W. Troxler,
6-9-lt 13 Secretary.

trnni.TIN AT BALLARD'S

Vew 19lf's Almanac. Just re-

rpw- as t Ballard's News

stand. AJ
OCALA y- B- P n-

Ocala f" -eiifevolent and
Tmtp.otjJr of Elks, meets the

second 3 Tuesday evenings In
each malsl!lDg brethren always

welcomf11" v- "uster, e. K.
,TS OP PYTHIAS

ill I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ') S I 1 ill VJ l.l V : --i 3 f, I y. i. -,.

IF YOU USE THE RIGHT BUILDING MATERIALS
AND LUMBER WHEN YOU PUT A VERANDA ON VOUR
HOME. IT WILL BE A DECIDED ORNAMENT TO THE
HOUSE. AND YOU WON'T HAVE TO BE REPAIRING IT
EVERY LITTLE WHILE. CHEAP BUILDING MATERIALS
AND LUMBER ARE NOT CHEAP. BUT HIGH. THE BFST
IS NOT-HIGH- BUT CHEAP IN THE END. WE SELL THE
BEST. COMEIN AND Tat k a nn.rr t,,

ihlh VLKAJDA

0Cae 19- Conventions
onday a 7:30 p. m. at

Castlover the James Carlfsle
dre-J cordial welcome to -visit- 1

in- t D- Tompkins, C. C.

Se, K. R. S.

Ad.

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Tet tormeny Ten own as the
Ox: 13 now open. "Will keep on
Uly of fresh meats and fish
jTl Phone will receive prompt
r J Phone number 315. Come

stand and be treated right

outs respectfully.

OIXIB MORDIS.

Ocala

PHONE 223

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' 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
comfortsHe. The money that you could save now by
cutting aiita 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
trie December
DO YOUR BANKING WITH US

We Pay 4 pel cent Interest n Savings Accounts

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Swiss Cheese, Philadelphia Cream
Cheese, Sap Sago Cheese, Parmesan
- ; Cheese.
Cold- Boiled Ham, Dried Beef-chipped
Lobsters, Shrimp, Deviled Crabs, Kip Kippered
pered Kippered Herring, Herring in TQinato
Sauce, Findon Haddock Herring Roe,
Clams and Clam Chowder.

Pol

OCALA,

Phones 16-174

FLORIDA

Undertaker Smith, phones 10 & 94.

Mrs. S. A. Burkhart of Gainesville
was in the city yesterday.

John Ilunny and Big Bill Ander Anderson
son Anderson at the Ideal tonight. -Adv. It

A number of needed repairs are
being made on the Christian church.

Mr. Robert Taylor, the genial A. C.
L. man, is greeting his Ocala friends
today.

Pathe Weekly, two reel feature.
Temple tonight. Adv.

Mr. Leroy Bridges has taken
charge of the cigar and news stand at
the Harrington

DR. W. K. IiAXE Specialist Eye,

Ear. Xose and Throat. Office Law-

Library Building, Ocala. Adv.

Pathe Weekly, two reel feature,
Temple tonight. Adv.

Laurie Benjamin came home to today
day today from Loretto, where he has been
attending St. Joseph's Academy.

Members of the Odd Fellows lodge
should make arrangements tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow for flowers for their memorial
Sunday.

SLIGHT ACCIDENT
ox THJd Seaboard

Seaboard passenger trala So. 2,
which leaves Ocala at 2:30 a. m.,
wa3 derailed this morning just north
of the Henry street crossing adjoin adjoining
ing adjoining the Ocala Lumber & Supply Com Company's
pany's Company's yards.
A defective rail was the cause of
the accident. Just after the engine
had passed over it, the tender and
one express car ran into the ditch,
the rail breaking in three places.
There was one man in the wrecked
car but he escaped without injury.
The fact that the train had not
yet gained headway after leaving the
crossing was all that-savd the entire
train from piling up on the express
car and tender after they left the
track.
A wrecking crew was at once
brought into action and the tracks
were cleared and repaired by one
o'clock this afternoon. The train
proceeded to Jacksonville over the
A. C. L. tracks to Gainesville, where
the Seaboard Cedar Key division
connects. All trains scheduled to
leave after noon today will be able
to run on time.

MUSICAL RECITAL BY P. 31. C.

John Bunny and Big Bill Ander Anderson
son Anderson at the Ideal tonight. Adv. It

Dr. Julian McClymonds of Lexing Lexington,
ton, Lexington, Ky., is in the city, at the bed bedside
side bedside of his sick father, Mr. J. H. Mc Mc-Clymonds.
Clymonds. Mc-Clymonds. "" """-.

"Toe Borden, Jiome from Rollins
tJuollege for the liolidays, has elected

to spend his vacation in the Munroe

& Chambliss bank.

Pathe Weekly, two reel feature,

Temple tonight. Adv..

The Ocala House was compelled to
turn away people last night as ev every
ery every room in the place was occupied
in many instances two in a bed.

1 Mr. Ferrvpsteen has been ap-

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pointed deputysherift to fill the posi
tion of Mr. A.Jj. Brigance, who re

signed to accept the office of city

marshal.

Pathe Weekly, two reel feature,

Temple tonighttAdyt

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4 AT 7 T-v nn A V Vv ? or m r

from Lake Bulled, 4nd Col. S. J. Hil-

burn of Palatka7were in the city to

iday, on the way home from a trip to

Salt Springs,

Henrv Sistrunk is out at theCa

michael farm. NoCttyClerk Henry
Sistrunk, but the seer formerly in

'the zoo, which on account of its good

looks was named after Henry.

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If you have any Items for thla de department,
partment, department, call Phone ICR.

Surprise for Miss Xewsom
This afternoon at 4 o'clock Mrs.
John Taylor was the charming host hostess
ess hostess of the Presbyterian sewing cir circle,
cle, circle, the members numbering eight eighteen,
een, eighteen, among whom are Miss Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth Xewsom, whose wedding next
Wednesday is of so much interest.
An atmosphere of mystery seemed
to pervade the house, for a few more
flowers and potted ferns seemed in
evidence than ever before for a mere
sewing circle meeting. Then sud suddenly
denly suddenly appeared Revs. Dick and
Witherspoon Dodge coming to join
the merry sewers. Soon came Mrs.
W. V. Xewsom and Mrs. Dodge,
mothers of the bride and groom groom-elect,
elect, groom-elect, and excitement and fun now
ran riot, when all at once the great
living room doors were suddenly
opened and the honoree of the aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon was escorted in by her host hostess
ess hostess to find a -beautifully appointed
bride's table exquisitely adorned,
with covers laid for fourteen! Miss

Xewsom was overcome with surprise,-!

for she had in no way received even
a hint of this. She was given the
seat of honor and beside her was
placed Rev. Dick Dodge, her fiance.
At the other end of the table was
seated Miss Margaret Lawrence and
Rev. Witherspoon Dodge. Others at
the table were Misses Bettie Mclver,
Augenia Fuller, Alice Campbell,
Mary and Anna McDowell, Miss Mc Mc-Corkle,
Corkle, Mc-Corkle, Mrs. Huber, Mrs. W. W. Con Condon,
don, Condon, Mrs. T.. C. Hodges, Mrs. Mary
Maddox, Mrs. D, R. Connor, Mrs.
Todd, Mrs. Etta Hood Robiason.
Suspended over the center of the
table and beneath a softly shaded
light was a circlet of satin ribbon

land over this was draped the four

teen streamers weighted by little gol golden
den golden bells, the streamer ends extend extending
ing extending to the covers and tied to the
cutest little chafing dishes, filled
with rice. These were favors and to
the honoree's was fastened a broader
ribbon extending up and over the
circle, fastening to the dearest little
white linen chest which formed the

centerpiece on this attractive table.

as almost com

pletely covered by an immense white

Last night at' the home of Mr. and

Mrs. M. M. Little, a musical enter

tainment was given which certainly

was both unique in conception and

splendid in execution.

The idea originated with Miss
Margaret Little, who is a born or

ganizer and director; so she gather

ed the young musical talent of the
neighborhood and gave a first class

concert at the home of her parents.

A stage was fitted up in the parlor

over which hung, the mysterious let

ters F. M; C, which being interpret

ed means, "Fairy Music Class."

The room was beautifully decorat

ed with flowers, the most prominent

being large bunches of magnolia
blooms, the gathering of which was
also the work of the young ladies,
even to theclimbing of Mr. L. Lang's
trees to possess them. The class
colors were also in evidence, they be being
ing being white and yellow.
Of the individual talent it would
be invidious to discriminate. There

as singing by the class, violin solos

y the onjy Memiie uitie. Piano T. HfJ of w

eoios, auets ana trios oy tne various

class members, and vocal solos by fluff gatin b

wvu. w -c.muC .- ite orange blossoms and surrounded

tie, togetner witn readings ana reci- by white roses.

tations by some whose names we

EVERY WOMAN SHOULD HAVE HER OWN
- BANK ACCOUNT
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.

THE

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TIOfJAl

BANK

CAPITAL FULLY PAID 7rJ $75,000
H. D. STOKES, Cas iier.
CLAREXCE CAMP, Vice Pres. JXO. L. EDWARDS, Pres.

an honest man may have a bad title through no fault of his own"
'a good man does not always mean a good title"

florida title and abstract co.

for Jacksonville to meet his son and
together they will make their return
trip home driving through the coun country
try country in a handsome new car which
Mr. Groves gave his son for a grad graduation
uation graduation present.
Mrs. D. E. Mclver will entertain
tomorrow afternoon in honor of
Misses Elizabeth Newsom and Sara
Davis, two charming bride-elects,
whose weddings are to take place
next Wednesday.

.enie Liddon, Delia Livingston and Tne menu consisted of salmon cro-

Melville Little. The piano solos by quetB with cheese daint and sand.

Miss Delia Livingston were executed wlh(10 rtni Tia nii.oo tie Margaret are spending the week

a manner far beyond the general telf foliowed by mint ice served in end at their Pleasant, home at the

lake. They will move to the lake

for the summer months in about

three weeks.

Assisted bv Mrs. L. M. Murrav.

could not get but who acquitted them- Ard. Watfirman arw1 Miss Rps.

"sspIvm snlpTidirilv. I

ir sip viapkav ire rav nr cai-vart o

inose taking part in the perform- t-delicious chafinfi: dish iuncheon.

a(nce were the Misses Margaret and and serving u from a dainU.
Maud Lillian Little, Rhoda Thomas, appointed little table placed near.

Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Gerig and lit-

aerage of performers of .her age.. white-chrysanthemum-cups, and waf-

One of the charms of the occasion

ers.

Deputy U. S. Marshal Bundrick,

Then the ribbons were pulled and

and to

Miss Leila Atkins of Webster, Fla.,

was the stage management of Miss

Jlai6fllcl' "au ycuu.iue. each guest reveived a beii

Irpfldv whpn thtlr tart rf tha nrnoTo mi.. . ......

t ..jn t v. i 1 w i r np nnnnrpfl s cptitip nun tnp phpst

X 10 C was reached, and managed the whole 1M flow lfD who has just finished a successful
Ocala. He is summoning' witnesses M . ; WUU1C lid flew open and disclosed its con-1

for the term of

court to be held in Jacksonville

next week. The wreck on the Sea

board prevented a trip today on
Ocala Xorthern.

the summer

. ttZ-a affair without the least halt or con- tpns of PXnilisitp Mair dniitp. year at tne FIorida omen s College

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luaioii. xue umiuren naa sent oui hand-embroidered with fhe initials u" -i---
invitations to all their neighbors to B. v n.. done bv the members of the day witn Mrs' G" W. Cleveland. She

De Dresent and tneir number was? onlv I i i. .s- .T 1 1&

the icircie 01 wnicn .miss xewsom nas

iimuea Dy tne capacity 01 tne nouse, been a member nearly all her life

CVC1J uuc weMUl VUL1US lue wuuje And to this was added a beautiful

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In our mention yesterday of the Pclluima" 6"euuiu auLl-es,!5- hand-painted booklet tied with blue

deli

returning home for

vacation.

day or so. Mrs. Barse will go to
Xew York, and Mrs. Simmons will
visit relatives In Pennsylvania.
.
Mrs. J: C. Baxter left today for a
summer visit to friends in Greens Greensboro.
boro. Greensboro. X. C.
Miss Rebecca Smith came home
from Tampa for a visit to her sisters
Tuesday, and today went to Lake
Weir to see Mlss'Sallie Spurlln.

LICEXSED PICTURES AT THE
IDEAL.- Adv. 0-2-Ctd

John Runny and Rig Rill Ander Anderson
son Anderson at the Ideal tonight. Adv. It

EPWORTII LEAGUE SOCIAL

reduction in prices at Myers'

catessen store we said that he( was
selling his veal loaf for 50 cents a

pound, when it should have been 40

cents

establishment will prove a blessing at any nour

to the housewife during the warm
summer months.'

OPEN 'DAY AND NIGHT

Mrs. B. X. Looney left on the A.
C. L. noon train todav for Davtona

satin ribbon for the chafing dish re- Beacn to spend the week end with

cipes, especially prepared for this

lovely occasion.

depotl Mrs. Tavlor's snrnrise nartv nlan-

Merchant's Cafet A. C. L

At the prices he names his corner. Meals a la carte and lunches ned so beautifully and so perfectly

carried out was thoroughly enjoyed

her sister, Mrs. A. C. Hamrick and

son, George Looney.

-Adv.

Why does a woman imagine she cherished by the petite honoree

can reform a man by singing to him?

Miss Rebecca Smith, who has been

in Tamoa all winter, returned to her

by everyone and its memory will be home in tnIs city a few days ago.

Come io sec us and we will show yon many camp

necessities.
Hove you a Strong Knife, a Pocket Axe or Water Waterproof
proof Waterproof Matchbox?
Buy Your Own Gca and tilings; Don't Borrow.
You are going ool for fun. You can have lots more
of it if you feel independent in using your own things.
Our line of Outing Hardware will make yon have a
Bully Bac Time.

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Phone 118.

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Packed to the doors, and people
standing in the lobby waiting to get

in was the condition of affairs at the IDEAL. Adv.

Temple last night. The show was the
best seen in Ocala in a long time,

there being three comedies on the
program which brought forth shrieks
of laughter. The amateurs were on
last night. Master McCranie captur

ing first prize and Emerson Sapp sec second.
ond. second. There was a sketch with four

people in it who were ready to go

Mr. and Mrs. Jake Brown are re-

Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Woodrow. Miss I ni finer nvor iho arrival ctf thoir

LIOTNSED PICTURES AT THE Blair Woodrow and Miss Annie El- charming and accomplished daugh-

lis returned from a visit to Wood- ter, Miss Helen, who reached home

G-2-Gtd

Rexall Liver Salts, one of the famous

Rexall remedies of which there Is one

for every ailment. Gerig's Drug

stores. Adv.

mar this afternoon.

Mr. Jim Rentz is now at the Silver

Springs mill, having moved over

from Levon a few days ago

Miss Annie Sharpe arrived Thurs

day afternoon, having been

Even a girl who Isn't a flirt may home on account of the critical ill

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on out as mey nau uoi beut meir not want some man to think she ness of her uncle. Mr. J. H. McClv-

names in ahead, the scenery which 1 isn't. Imonds

they required for their act could not

John Bonny and Big Bill Ander

son at the Ideal tonight. Adv. It

from Randolph-Macon College Wed

nesday evening.
Mr. G. T. Hull, a popular young
Georgian who has been in the city

the last two weeks, the guest of his

classmate, Mr. Julius Brown, left for

called home today. He made many friends

during his visit here.

Mrs. B. F. Borden and her two

bright little sons are home from a

be set in time. Mr. Green who orig- For first class automoDne service Rev. R. D. Dodge of Cape Charles, pleasant visit with friends at Oxford.

mateq tnis form or entertainment in oy me wip, nour or aay, pnone no. Va f arrived yesterday to remain

until after his marriage next Wed

Ocala, had dropped the amateurs for

awhile on account of it interfering
with school studies, but from now on
he says Thursday nights can be
looked forward to.

327. First class car and uniformly

l low prices to all. J. C. Gelger. Ad.

Try

LICENSED PICTURES AT THE

IDEAL. Adv. 6-2-Gtd

Prof. Milne has been asked to con conduct
duct conduct a short summer school for the

benefit of students requiring a thor

ough drilling in arithmetic, grammar

and English. Parents interested

please confer with Mr. Cam, Supt.

Brinson or Prof. Milne. Not more

than-twenty students will be enrolled,

each to receive personal attention.

Forenoon sessions only, commencing

Monday, 9th. 6-2-5t

Block's Graham

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20c per lb.

nesday to Miss Elizabeth Xewsom.

He is the guest of his parents, Dr.

and Mrs. W. H. S-

,Rev. and Mrs. J. B. Ley were the

recipients ofa lieror lovely present1

yesterday yfrom Mr. A. T. Thomas,
of the Wkdmar Sand & Stone Co.

two large stone flower urns. Beau

tiful flowejVhave already been plant plant-ed
ed plant-ed in them and will add greatly to

the attractiveness of the parsonage

When Mrs. F. E. Sheppard returns

to her home in Daytona in a few

days, she : will be accompanied for a
two weeks' visit by her daughter,

Mrs. T. C. Luckie.

Mr. and Mrs. F. G. B. Welhe and

Dr. and Mrs. McClane had a pleasant

visit with Kendrick friends yester

day afternoon.

Mrs. F. W. Barse and Mrs. Chas

E. .Simmons and childern will leave
for a summer visit to the north in a

Last evening the Senior Epworth
League was most delightfully enter-
tained by Mrs. G. L. Taylor at Its
regular monthly business and social
meeting.

The business meeting was called

to order by the president, Mr. C. A.

Blalock, which was followed by
prayer by Rev. J. B. Ley and the re reports
ports reports of the officers. The official re reports
ports reports were most encouraging, show showing
ing showing that the Ocala league was one of
the best in the state. Mr. C. A. Bla

lock wa3 elected as a delegate to at attend
tend attend the state convention in St. Au

gustine this month. Rev. Ley and

Miss Lillie Roux will also attend the

convention. Mr. Sam Frazier was
elected as treasurer to succeed Mr. I.

U. Forbes, who leaves this week for

Live Oak, much to the regret of the
league. Miss Martha Kate Rentz

was elected secretary to serve for
Miss Eunice Ellis, who is away on a
vacation. Mr. Perry Anthony was
elected to the receiving committee.
The social part of the evening was
spent in the playing of games to the
enjoyment of all present. ; The lawn
was aglow with Japanese lanterns
and the games, xing and drop the
handkerchief, were played on the
lawn. Ice cream and cake were serv served
ed served during the evening by Mrs. Tay Taylor
lor Taylor and Miss Ruth Ervin. All re returned
turned returned home a merry crowd not soon
to forget the pleasant evening spent
with Mrs. Taylor.

WEATHER FORECAST

Local showers tonight or Saturday.

Some men never recognize an op opportunity
portunity opportunity unless it is labeled.

It is easier for the average actress
to get puffs In her hair than In the
newspapers.

Mrs. D. E. Mclver and family ex

pect to leave next Thursday for their j

beautiful home on Lake Weir, where

We are carrying a very com- they spend the summer, Mr. mc-

i i, c 17 u tt Nver going down every weex ena.

pictc siuuii. ui i leum, lu.

Block's Crackers and Cakes Mr. Gerald Hall, who has been the

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guest of his college roomate, Mr.

Julius Brown, for the past ten days,

charge of larceny after trust, and AJ1 10c packages 3 for 25 CtS, will leave on this afternoon's limited

all 5c packages 6 for 25 cts. for nis nome in Jlen city' Mich

There is none better lban

J. D. Steely, a young white man,

was arrested this afternoon on a

being unable to furnish bona, was

placed in the county jail to await

trial, which will take place this af

ternoon before Judge William E.
Smith. It is charged that he ob obtained
tained obtained two diamond rings be belonging
longing belonging to two women and now re refuses
fuses refuses to give them up.

BLOCK'S

Linseed Oil.
Turpentine.
Witch Hazel.
Wood Alcohol.
Muriatic Acid.
Linseed Oil 75c and cans free. An

derson Pharmacy. Phone 269. 5-30 tf

A!

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CO.
PHONE 163

Miss Omera Holloway. who has

been the guest of Misses Musie and

Josie Bullock, returned to her home
in Tallahassee yesterday afternoon.

Miss Josie Bullock will go to

Plant City today to visit her friend,

Miss Frankie Smith.

- Mr. Henry Groves is expected

home this afternoon from. Lebanon,

Tenn., where he graduated on the

third of June from Castle Heights.

Dr. Groves left yesterday afternoon

Does Economy
Appeal to You ?

If so, our special offer for Mondays and Saturdays
should be an attraction. On these days we will sell
Twenty-one Pounds of Sugar
for

ONE DOLLAR

To every purchaser of one dollars worth of other
goods for cash. If you have not tried our Java
and Mocba Coffee at 40 cents a ponnd you are missing
a good thing.
J. L. siurra GROCERY cof
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food. Uneeda Biscuit are
the perfect soda crackers.
Though the cost is but five
cents; XTneeda Biscuit are
too good, too nourishing, too
crisp, to be bought merely
as an economy.
Buy them because of their fresh freshnessbecause
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because of their goodness because
of their nourishment.
Always 5 cents. Always fresh,
crisp and clean.
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5ciobit. Youf Home

" Every dwelling house in Ocala should be screened

from Flies and Mosquitoes.
This is very necessary to the health andcomfort of
your family. Every storerhotel 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
you wish.
. 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.

Mill

Ocala Lumber and Supply Co.
Factory North Osceola Street Phone 223.

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When you take our ice you are getting the purest
ice which nature and science can make and you
are dealing with an "ice man" that is dependable
and responsible one that will come to you in all
kinds of weather and has the resources and equip equipment
ment equipment with which to give you service and satisfaction

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Wacahoola, June 5.' Mr. James

Hart of Edgefield, S. .C, who has
bene visiting Mrs. C M. Smith for

several weeks, left Monday for Lees Lees-burg,
burg, Lees-burg, where he will join his father,

and make a tour of the southern part
of the state.

Quite a party gathered on the

shores of Mud Pond last Tuesday and
enjoyed a fish fry. It was ideal day,

a delightful breeze was blowing.

The fish were plentiful and cooked
to a turn, and with the other good
things the ladies had prepared, were
greatly enjoyed. The event was in
honor of Mr. C. M. Smith'3 sixtieth
birthday, and greatly enjoyed by aM.
Those from a distance were Mrs. I.

N. Rawl3 and children from Mont-

brook, Mrs. L. D. Smith and children,
Jacksonville, and Mrs. John Simon-

ton, Miss Belle Chitty and Master

Charles Carter of Micanopy.

Mr. L. D. Smith of Jacksonville,
was a week-end visitor to his par

ents, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Smith, com

ing, over to accompany his wife and

children home. They left on the

early train Monday.

Miss Theresa Smith of Williston,
was a Funday visitor to Mrs. L. M.

Smith.

Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Epperson and
Mr. and Mrs. Jackson of Williston,
were guests to supper with Mrs. I.

X. Smith Sunday night.

Miss Leola Smith left Monday for

a visit to Jacksonville.

Miss Rosalie Smith left Wednes

day to attend the commencement ex

ercises of the Gainesville high school

and from there will go on to Jack

sonville for a visit.

Mr. Will Taylor and niece, Miss
Zelma Dunning, of Micanopy, passed
thru here Thursday on their way to

Mrs. George Gibbons' at Archer.

Mr. J. G. Dunning of Micanopy,

was calling in our midst Tuesday af

ternoon.

Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Tyson were

shoppers in Archer Saturday.
Mr. J. M. Smith returned Tuesday

from Ocala where he had been on

jury duties.

READTH1S

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

les In children. If not sold by your

druggist, will be sent by mail on re

celpt of $1. One-small bottle Is two
months' treatment and seldom fails to
perfect a cure. Send for testimonials
from thi3 and other states. Dr. E. "W.
Hall, 2096 Olive street, St. Louis Mo.
Sold by all bruggists. Ad

Mr. Walter Ray lias moved nelflyi
everything from this place to the
new plant on the O. & S. W.f leaving

only a few hands and horses to look

after the Aurpentine at this place.

Mr. Chalmers Young 'and his

youngest brother dropped into our

burg one day last week from Tar

Heel, X. C

Melons have taken a start from

this place.

There will be a Sunday school

meeting at Cotton Plant school Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, June 14, to transact such bus

iness as may come before it.

The writer spent Sunday with Mr.

and Mrs. J. F. Parker and family and
atended Sunday school at Homeland

school house.

The farmers are wearing long,
bright smiles upon their faces.

"Why?" On account of such prom

ising crops.
Mr. B. TV. Xewbern went up to
Maxville, Tuesday to look after bus business
iness business at that place.
Mr. B. H. Seymour and a party of
ladies came down from Ocala Mod-

day in Mr. Seymour's large touring
car. Starting for home he car broke
down and Mr. Seymour and the lad ladies
ies ladies went home on train 48.
The A. C. L. pump man was here
Monday and regulated the pump at
the section quarters.
Mr. Elwood Johnson had the mis misfortune
fortune misfortune to step upon a small rock
near the depot Monday, spraining
his ankle quite badly, but yet, he
succeeded in flagging 4 8 in time for
Mr. Seymour and his .party.

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MAY 20th, to July 20tfo, 1913
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Of two evils it is better to side sidetrack
track sidetrack them both.

NOW I TME TIME

TO ORDER

Breakfast Bacon, Boiled Ham, Dried Beef,
" Boneless Ham and Bologna Sausage
Any of the above sliced thin to suit your taste on
; modern slicing machine.
- ALSO
Flaeat Quality of Florida ana Western Ileef, Pork Lamb and
. F"ren Vegetables.
Phone 108 W. H. MARSH, City Market

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The friend-winning prices
thiat we are making in our store

will surely interest you. Cold
type cannot do justice to the

extraordinary offerings. Buy Buying
ing Buying jewelry here means

spending money right.

Style may change but
ourJiigh quality, low price

standard of jewelry sell selling
ing selling remains fixed. $

.Here you will find
a satisfying assort

ment of the world s

best productions

in jewelry,
gems, silver

ware, novel

ties, etc.

And the

prices are
squeezed

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at a decided pnee
reduction here's

your opportunity.

For your sweetheart mar married
ried married or otherwise a diamond

solitaire is eminently proper.
Nothing better as an engage

ment or birthday ringv Surprise Father,
Husband or Brother with a nice rice:. We

have splendid assortment of gems in tip-to-

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men and women ana little

In now while the stack

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The constant itching, burning, red redness,
ness, redness, rash and disagreeable effects
of eczema, tetter, salt rheum, itch,
piles and irritating skin eruptions
can be readily cured and the skin
made clear and smooth with Dr. Hob-

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Eveland, of Bath, III., says: "I had

eczema twenty-five years and had

tried everything. All- failed. When

I found Dr. Hobson's Eczema Oint

ment I found a cure." This ointmen

is the formula of a physician and has

been in use for years not an ex

periment. That is why we can guar

antee it. All druggists, or by mail
Price 50 cents. Pfeiffer Chemica

Co., Philadelphia and St Louis. Rec-

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Mcintosh, June 5. Mr. W. M.
Christian is in Gainesville attending
the commencement of the Florida
University of which he is a graduate.
Miss Myrtle Allen, who has been
teaching at Port Tampa, is making a
short visit to Mr. W. E. Allen, ex expecting
pecting expecting to leave next week for her
home at Xew Castle, Ind.
. Mr. C. F. Farren is moving into
town this week.

A much needed rain fell on Tues

day, doing lots of good to the to

mato vines and corn.

Mr. J. B. Neal was in Leesburg

buying melons last week.

It would appear that some of the

sterner sex of Mcintosh were serious

ly thinking of taking up their abode

in Orange Lake, the center of attrac

tion being Miss Beulah WWtney of

Jacksonville and Miss Margaret Mc

Dowell of Gainesville, who were the

guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Burry.

The. young ladies in town have
started a "kick" concerning the way
their packages have been tied up. The

first trouble developed Monday eve

ning, and the young man has not re

covered from the "calling down" yet

Mrs. Conway and daughter, Miss

Mary Conway of Jacksonville, are at

the Baldwin House.

As usual, prior to my trip to New York every
July, I am reducing my stock for GASH.
Must have room for my Fall Goods, Holiday r
and Christmas selections, that! buy first of Aug-

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No Big Bluff Newspaper Sale Here. We Bought Right and

CAN SELL RIGHT

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

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Any man without friends is a man

without money.

Rest Laxative for the Aged

Old men and women feel the need

of a laxative more than young folks,
but it must he safe and harmless and

one which will not cause pain. Dr.

King's Xew Life Pills are especially

good for the aged, for they act

promptly and easily. Price 25 cents

Recommended by Tydings & Com

pany. Ad 6

It takes other people to see the

silver lining of our clouds.

Each age of our lives nas its Joys

Old people should be happy, and they

will be if Chamberlain's Tablets are

taken to strengthen the digestion and

keep the bowels regular. These tab

lets are mild and gentle in their ac action
tion action and especially suitable for peo

ple of middle age and older. For

sale by all dealers. Ad

URNETT

OCALA. FLA.

ittJe folks. Call -i-i
k is complete. lJ- I'A

Hope deferred giveth the promoter

cold feet.

Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly
The Old Standard general strengrtlieningr tonic
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC, drives out
Malaria,enriches the blood, and builds yp the sys
cem. A true Tonic. For adults and children. 5jc
A woman has as much excitement
getting her fortune told as a man
has in making his.

A sprained ankle may as a rule be
cured in form three to four days by
applying Chamberlain's Liniment
and observing the directions with
each bottle. For sale by all deal dealers.
ers. dealers. Ad

Wild oats have many tares mixed
with them.

Bites or stings OT poisonous in insects
sects insects which cause the flesh to swell
should be treated with DARBY'S
PROPHYLACTIC FLUID. It coun counteracts
teracts counteracts the poison, reduces the swel swelling
ling swelling and quickly eases pain. It is

equally as valuable when applied to

flesh wound, burns, scalds, cuts or

bruises. It causes the flesh to heal

over and leaves no disfiguring scar.
Sold by all druggists. wed adv

Many marriages are self-made.

For Bright Eyes

and Clear Nose

Remarkable Catarrh Cure That Get Right into

the Affected Parts and Stops Gatherings.

S. S. S Is a Wonder for the Eye, Xose

and Throat.

It Is definitely known that catarrh
can be cured by the simple process of
inoculating the blood with antidotal

remedies that stop Inflammatory condi

tions throughout the mucous linings of

all the organp cf the body. This is
vlcne with the famous Swift's Sure
Specific, or, as it is widely known,
S. S. S. It is t&ken into the blood just
as naturally as the most nourishing:

food. It spreads its influence over
every org-an in the body, through all

the veins and arteries, and enables all
mucous surfaces to exchange inflam

matory acids and other irritating sub substances
stances substances for arterial elements that
effectually cleanse the system and thus

put an end to all catarrhal pollution.

o. S. S. cleans out the stomach of
mucous accumulations, enables only
pure, blood-making materials to enter
the intestines, combines with these
food elements to enter the circulation,
and in less than an hour is at work
throughout the body in the process of

purification.

You will soon realize its wonderful

infiuenca by the absence of headache,
a decided clearing of the air passages,
a steadily improved nasal condition,
and a sense of bodily relief that proves
how completely catarrh often Infests

the entire system. You will find
S. S. S. on sale at all drug stores at
51.00 per bottle. It is a remarkable

remedy for any and all blood affec

tions, such as eczema, rash, lupus,
tetter, psoriasis, boils, and all other

diseased conditions of the blood. For
special advice on any blood disease
write in confidence to The Swift Spe Specific
cific Specific Co., 137 Swift Bldg., Atlanta, Ga
Do not delay, to get a bottle of S. S. S.

of your druggist.

MERCHANTS' A MIXERS, TUAXS. CO.

JACKSONVILLE TO

Saiannah, Baltimore, Philadelphia,

Boston and Providence
Fine steamers; best service; low

fares; wireless telegraph. Through
tickets to and from principal points.
Send for booklet.

H. C. AVERY, Agent.
Jacksonville. Fla.

I r. JONES. C. A.,

Seminole Hotel, Jacksonville. Fla.

"Finest Coafltvrlxe Trios In the World"

L. ALEXANDER

PRACTICAL

CARPENTER AND BUfl DER
Careful Estimates Made on All Cos

tract Work. Gives more and better

work for the money than ny other

contractor in t& dtz.

Colored and WhiL Canvas
Shoes for
48c
Fancy Carpet I loose Slippers
19c
nig line of Shirt Waists at
39c and up

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Watch Our Windows and Keep Posted
REMEMBER, IF YOU DOXT TRADE WITH ME WE DOTII LOOSE.

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F. P. GADS0N

OCALA, FLA.

BLICHTOX

Blichton, June 6. Mrs. S. H.
Blitch and ifiss Legie Blitch return returned
ed returned home Thursday from Lake City,
where they atended commencement
at Columbia College. They were ac accompanied
companied accompanied home by Messrs. Landis
and Looris Blitch, who attended the
college.
Miss Lula Sanders returned home
last week from Newberry.
Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Blitch spent
Monday in Ocala.
Miss Mel vine' Burke of Tampa, and
Miss Sue Simpson of Gainesville, are
charming guests of Miss Legie
Dlitch.
Miss Blitch entertained a number
of her friends, Wednesday evening
in honor of her guests, Misses Burke

and Simpson.

Mrs. B. A. Hammond of Barbers Barbers-ville,
ville, Barbers-ville, is the guest of Mrs. W. P. Ham

monds.

Mr. B. R. Blitch is spending the

week in Ocala.

MORSES

mm p

No. Six-Sixty-Six

This is a prescription prepared especially
for MALARIA or CHILLS 4. FEVER
Five or six doses will break any case, ani
.1 .1 r? -ii

ii i&cen wcu as a ionic uic revcr win uu
return. It acts on the liver better 'thai

Calomel and does not gripe or 6icken. 25

FLIES ARE DANGEROUS

YOU SHOULD KEEP THEM OUT

Flies are a great menace to health
and aside from the question of health,
they are very disagreeable. Let ns

screen your .house with our modern

method, home manufactured screens.

Ocala Lumber & Supply Co. 3-25-tf

3Iost Children Have Worms

Many mothers think their children

are suffering from indigestion, head

ache, nervousness, weakness, cost-

iveness when they are victims of that

most common of all children's ail-

ments worms. Peevish, ill-temper

ed, fretful children, who toss and

grind their teeth, with bad breath

and colicky pains, have all the symp

toms of having worms, and should
be given Kickapoo Worm Killer, a

pleasant candy lozenge, which ex-

pells worms, regulates the bowels,
tones up the system and makes chil children
dren children well and happy. Kickapoo
Worm Killer is guaranteed. All

druggists or by mail. Price 25 cents.
Kickapoo Indian Medicine Co, Phil

adelphia and St. Louis. Recom

mended by Tydings & Co. Ad 6

The bunko artist never wastes any

time on the hobo.

Ulcers and Skin Troubles
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.

Bruce Jones, of Birmingham, Ala.,
suffered from an ugly ulcer for nine
months and Bucklin's Arnica Salve

cured her in two weeks. Will help

you. only 2o cents. Kecommenaea

Tydings & Co. Ad. 6

I am keeping at my Sales Barn and Lptt-cm
West Exposition Street three blocks west o the

court house square,
a Fine Drove of r
First Class
Horses and Mules
Animals for all pur purposes,
poses, purposes, and at reason
able prices. I go to
market each two
weeks and select the
stock in person and
get the very best.

Call at llie Lot, you will find some Sfock (o soil yon,
il it is one or dozen head yon need, I have them;

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H. JF. NICHOLS

LIVE STOCK DEALER OCALA, FLORIDA

WHITE STAR LIME,
TRANSFER ASD FIRCriiOOF STOIIAGE
COLLIER BROS., Propriclors.

Teams for light
and Heavy Uanling.
Packing and
Shipping of
Furniture, Pianos
and Safes.
Baggage Service
the Best.

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We Sell
BEAVER BOARD,
Superior to Piaster
or Ceilinp in
Qualify or Price.
investigate.
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Are You Going MofIIi ?

Then Consult an Agent of the

ATLANTIC COAST

FOR RATES AND OTHER INFORMATION

LINE

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J. 6. KIRKLAND, II. R. WILLIAMS,

Division Pass. Agent,
Tampa.

Cily Passenger and Ticket Agt.
' Ocala.