The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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daily (except sunday)
daily
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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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University of Florida
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FUKMTTOE
For Ml of tlie Comes
AT RIGHT PRICES
llieus-Zachry Co.
VOL. 20.
OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JUNE 12 1913
NO. 9
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IMS 1111 STRENUOUSLY

TUItNEY COLBKET IX THE LEAD
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Friends of All tlie Lfttle. Roys and
Diminutive Equine ta

The following is a list of the candidates and their standing on Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday night, June 11th. The first, ten are the leaders; the others are
arranged alphabetically: ;

TXUXFY COLEERT .....
MARIOX LUMMUS '.: ...
TOM SEXTOX ........
JANET. CULVEIillOUSK
J. !). ROIIEETSOX, JH.
JACK HORNE 1' I
MARION MEFFERT '. .
AVI LLIE' MAE LANG ....
REGINALD. MAC KAY
ALTON MANGUM ....
William Avery .
Aimer Adcock .........
Charley Brown ... .
Carroll Blalock . . .
Gordon Brigance. ... . .
Evelyn Bridges, Coleman
Minnie Brown, Reddick ',.
Lonnie E. Cordery, Lynne
Birdie Calhoun .... .
Florence Carter ... .
Leroy Creider, Levon
Gertrude Collier ... .
1000
1030
1152
1047
1072
1300
1002
1425
1073
1027
1005
1057
1211
1078
1005
1539
1273
1010
1013
1222
1040
1010
1010
.1222
1068
1008
1014
1009
1022
1065
1002
1011
1052
1004
1009
1013
1005
1401
1004
1383
1173
1156
Jewett Dickert
Florence Dieks .: .... .
James Ellis . .
Carrie Floyd . 7.
Gilbert Flinn ........
Alivan Frederick, Oak
Marion Freeman . .'. .
Daisy Grantham, Sparr
Cheshire Grubbs ......
John Gandy .......
Lacy Gibson
Susa Belle Gloster .....
Cecil Hightower ......
Lela Hall, Cornell .'.
Nina, Hunter .........
Vevie Halsell .........
Albert Irby, Anthony .
Thelma Johnson ... .
Marie Johnson ........
Mary Jones .
Hattie Johnson, Reddick
Willie Jenkins, Berlin
Lila Johnson, Martin
William Johnson, York
Harold Killebrew
George Keeney, Anthony
Harley Kendrick . .
Whitner Koon ..... .
Fred LeSueuer . i ....
Anna Lou Long Connor
mi ens
R. D. FULLER
Dental Surgeon
Over the Munroe & Chambliss Bank I
Phone 154
OCALA, FLORIDA
Terms cash.
J. li CIIACE
Dental Surseon
Rooms 9, 10, 11, Holder Block
Phone 250
OCALA, FLORIDA
Terms cash. T
L. F. BLALOCK
Dental Surgeon
Office Over Commercial Bank
Phone 211
, OCALA, FLORIDA
31. C. IZLAR
Dental Surgeon
Office Law Library Building
Phone 444
OCALA, FLORIDA
J. G. PURVIS
Dental Surgeon
Office Over Nash Dry Goods Store
OCALA, FLORIDA
JOSEPH RELL
Attorney at Law
Office Second Floor Munroe and
Chambliss Bank Building
OCALA, FLORIDA
COTTAGE FOR RENT
My five-room cottage' on South 3rd
street, next to primary school; all
modern conveniences; possession by
16th. R. R. Carroll.

HIS 1! CONTEST

WITH 3IARIOX LUMMUS PRESSr
CLOSELY
Girl. Working Hard to Give the
Their Favorite
5 700
5231
4897
3875
3385
21209
2201
2113
1CC7
1660
1004
1005
1017
1086
1046
1056
1023
L
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Margaret Little ...........
Katie Lee
John H. Lane . ... . ....
Eva Mills, Berlin '. ...... .
Doilie Morisson, Calvary .
Randolph Mathews . ... ; r
Alice Maloney, Center Hill.
Stella Moore, Anthony . .
Alma Belle Moody, Sumrfield
Veva Maloney, Center Hill..
Harley Marsh . .
Marion Meyers . . . ..
Majorie Nicholas, Kendrick.
Vernon Proctor ..... . .
Bernard Proctor .
Alma Priest, Anthony . ...
Fred Perry ........ . . .
Eva May, Berlin ... . ...
Kate Rogers, Oak ... . .
Bennie Robinson . ... .
Bessie Robinson .... ....
Marion Rou, Lowell . .
Cevie Roberts
Dean Richey . .... ......
William Richey ... .'. .
Maxine Stevens ...........
Edna Strickland, Reddick .
Dorothy Spencer . ...
Ned C. Smith . .......
Stuart Sims, Anthony . . .
Walter Stokes, Gaiter .... .
James Smith, Silver Springs.
Samuel Stewart ...... .....
Florence Schnitzler, Wrsdale
Martha, Smith ..... . . . .
Willie Thomas . . . . .
C. S. Turner, Jr., Zuber .
Albert Upthegrove, Island Gr
Johnnie Williams . . .
Henry Wells .............
Elbert Zetrouer, Mcintosh .
1000-
1000
1038
1030
1000
1014
1000
1000
1019
1013
1006
1158
1068
1000
1006
1042
1000
1000
,1016
1005
1148
1070
1062
1003
1019
1009
1005
1030
1074
1028
1058
1022
1005
1142
I5ELLEVIEW V. C. T. U.
The; regular meeting of the W. C.
T. li. was hejd at the home of Mrs. O.
B. Sias, and notwithstanding the
heavy downpour of rain there were
six members and two visitors. It
takes more than cold water to damp dampen
en dampen the ardor of the temperance wo women,
men, women, in fact, they receive it as a test
of their faith when it comes in such a
shower of rain. Nothing the whis whisky
ky whisky men can do ever weakens them.
If they fail once, they strike again.
This is why the. white, ribbon girdles
the globe.. -.
.Women, the greatest sufferers
from the curse, never know when
they are whipped, and never stop
until theyx win, when their cause is
Just. l ' ..
The ladies present were enthusi enthusiastic
astic enthusiastic and several lines of work dis discussed,
cussed, discussed, one was the starting again of
the medal contest work. This has
proven in the past a mighty lever of
awakening.
Mrs. Sullivan, our delegate to the
County Institute -which was held in
Ocala last week, read a very full and
eloquent report from this institute,
which the ladies enjoyed very much.
The ladies enjoyed it so much that
they gave her a. rising vote of thanks
for reporting it so carefully.
The president was instructed to
see the pastors of the town and se
cure the third Sunday evening to
hold public temperance meetings, as
they think this Is very important, es especially.
pecially. especially. untiF after, the election.
Before adjournment the hostess
took the ladies by surprise in pass passing
ing passing bountiful dishes of the far famed
"Sias ice cream."
The meeting adjourned and all
went home feeling happy, and that it
was good to have been there.
(Mrs.) W. X. Fielding,
Secy, pro tem.
READTH1S
The Texas Wonder cures Sidney and
bladder trouble, removing gravel,
cures diabetes, weak and lame backs,
rheumatism and all irregularities of
the kidneys and bladder in both men
and women. Regulates bladder troub troubles
les troubles In children. If not sold by your
druggist, will be sent by mall on re receipt
ceipt receipt .of One small bottle Is two
months' treatment nd seldom falls to
perfect'aTcure. Send for testimonials
from thl3 and other states. Dr. E. W.
Hall, 2096 Olive street, SL Louis Mo.
Sold by all brugglsts.- Ad

BELLEYffiW

Belleview, June, 13. Miss Josie
Fichter Is visiting with friends at
Tavares.
Miss Callie Rickards left lastMon-
day for Zephyrhills, to visit with her
f riend3, Rev. and Mrs. Lane.
Mr. Walter Liddell of Santos spent
last Sunday evening In Belleview.
Walter has just returned from Stet Stetson
son Stetson University, where he graduated
with honors. He expects to leave for
Jacksonville this week, where he will
study law in the office of Ion L. Far Far-ris,
ris, Far-ris, speaker of the late House of
the Florida legislature, and -expects
to gain admittance to the bar some sometime
time sometime this fall. Walter is one of
those sturdy youths that has the
make-up of a man of force and abil ability,
ity, ability, and it will not be ten years be before
fore before his name is known the length
and breadth ot this state of Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davis came
up from Summerfield last Sunday
evening to attend divine services at
the Methodist church.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bryant came
down from Ocala last Sunday to en enjoy
joy enjoy a day with Mr. Bryant's par parents.
ents. parents. ; Mr. W. L. Bozeman the velvet
bean king came up from Leesburg
last Monday, looking for watermel watermelons.
ons. watermelons. He found them not.
Mr. P. A. Roberts, graduate of
Stetson University, was stopping at
the Hotel Marion a few days last
week, in a quest for prospective
students for that excellent school.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Dolson of Sum Summerfield
merfield Summerfield paid a brief visit to this
town last Sunday.
iMrs. Sam Millican made a little
shopping trip to Ocala last Thurs Thursday
day Thursday afternoon and found all the
stores closed. She did not shop.
Mr. Manville A. Dudley left last
Saturday night for a visit to his old
home Massachusetts.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hilton left last
Saturday afternoon, for their home
in Brooklyn, N. Y., going via Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville and the Clyde Line.
. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Harrell and
family have gone to Panasoffkee "to
stay for awhile.
Mr. Eddie Rothschild is shipping
okra to points far and near from his
okra farm.
Mr. T. S. Dumont and family from
Texas, are the latest arrivals in the
community, having rented the Wolff
cottage on the Lake Weir hard road.
The school trustees Messers Geo.
Procter, David C. Stanley and J. A.
Freeman whose duty it is to nomi nominate
nate nominate teachers for the fall term of
school, called a public meeting of the
Belleview public school for last Mon Monday
day Monday night to give an expression of
whom they -wanted to serve them as
school teachers for the next term.
A goodly bunch turned out, and afte
the meeting had been called to order
by the chairman, Mr. George Proc Proctor,
tor, Proctor, a lively discussion arose on var various
ious various points of order and after much
friendly discussion and arguments,
the. patrons and the school trustees
decided to employ Prof. A. B. Con
nor as principal and Mrs. A. B. Con Connor
nor Connor as teacher of the primary depart department
ment department for the ensuing term of school.
Mr. Virgie D. B. Pratt came down
from Jacksonville last Tuesday to
visit with Mrs. Pratt.
Rest Laxative for the Aged
Old men and women feel the need
of a laxative more than young folks,
but it must be safe and harmless and
one which will not cause pain. Dr.
King's New Life Pills are especially
good for the aged, for they act
promptly and easily. Price 25 'cents.
Recommended by Tydings & Com
pany. Ad 6
OLLIE MGRDI5' MARKET OPEN
The market rormeny Known as the
Ollle Mordis Is now open. Will keep on
and a supply of fresh meats and fish
Orders by phone will receive prompt
mention. Phone number 315. Come
to the old stand and be treated right
Yours respectfully,
Ad. OLUE MORBIS.
Layer cakes, pound cakes and
cookies- not touched by hands
entirely machine made. Fresh ev every
ery every day. Carter's Bakery. 6-6-tf

IBEA.UTTIIFXJ1L-. GOODS!

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Chas. W. 3Iorse, President Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville Light and. Power Company,
Died Wednewlay
Gainesville, June 12. Charles W.
Morse of Haverhill, Mass., president
and chief owner of the Gainesville
Gas and Electric Powe Company
and connected with several electric
companies in Massachusetts, died
suddenly at his hotel yesterday of
cirrhosis of the liver.
Morse and his wife arrived here
Monday, the former having been
summoned as a witness in a! case in
circuit court against the company
for damages to a small boy who pick picked
ed picked up a live wire recently.
The remains of Mr. Morse were
shipped to Haverhill, accompanied
by his wife. He was sixty-two years
or age. Morse purchased his interests
here twelve years ago, since which
time he had been a regular winter
visitor to Gainesville.
SET PflSHA SLA
Reactionary Turks Have Killed One
of Their Nation's 3Iost Pro Progressive
gressive Progressive 3Ien
Constantinople, June 12. The
Turkish grand vizier, Mahmoud
Schefket Pasha, was assassinated at
noon yesterday by two men who at
tacked him while he was proceed
ing to the sublime porte. The as assassination
sassination assassination was the outcome of a
plot against the committee of union
and progress. Ibraham Bey, aide de
camp of Schefket, also was killed.
Schefket Pasha had held office as
grand vizier since January 23 this
year, when Miamil Pasha resigned.
On the same, day Nazim Pasha, the
commander of the Turkish army at
the Tchatalja lines, was shot dead
i
during a demonstration in Constan Constantinople.
tinople. Constantinople. Schefket was a pure Arab and a
native of Bagdad. He wras brought
to Constantinople with his family
when he was a boy. After studying
at the military school he graduated
at 18 years of age with the highest
honors. He was a great favorite of
the former Sultan. Abdul Hamid,
who appointed him" to the general
staff. Afterward he proceeded to
Germany and stayed there- ten years
studying the organization of the
German army. Despite his close in
timacy with Abdul Hamid,, he was
the moving spirit in fostering the
military revolution" which brought
about the sultan's fall.
. .Guaranteed Eczema Remedy
The constant itching, burning, red
ness, 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 Hob-son's
son's Hob-son's Eczema Ointment. Mr. J. C.
Eveland, of Bath, 111., says: "I had
eczema twenty-five years and had
tried everything. All failed. When
I found Dr. Hobson's Eczema Oint Ointment
ment Ointment I found a cure." This ointment
is the formula of a physician and has
been in use for years not an ex experiment.
periment. experiment. That is why we can guar guarantee
antee guarantee it. All druggists, or by mail.
Price 50 cents. Pfeiffer Chemical
Co., Philadelphia and St Louis. Rec Rec-commended
commended Rec-commended by Tydings & Co. Ad 6.
desirable: houses for rent
Tito large houses In central lo location,
cation, location, suitable for residence or
boarding bouses one 8-room and
bath, and one 8 rooms and bath)
either house will accommodate two
families, and we will rent to suit
tenants. Apply to D. S. Woodrow
or Elmer DeCamp. 5-26
Mr. P. A. Durand having severed
his connection with the Ocala Plumb Plumbing
ing Plumbing & Electric Co., is now prepared
to do plumbing, tinning and sewing
machine repairing. Adv. 6-1 1

S U30IERFI ELD

Summerfield, June 13. Mr. and
f -r. t T: r- 1
prosperous farmers who were visi visi-itors
itors visi-itors last Saturday.
Mr. Gauldihg Levon passed thru
here last Sunday on his wav tiome
from 3Iartel.
Miss Isabel Davis, who has "been r
visiting relatives at Boca Grand, for
the past two weeks, returned home
last Saturday.
P. Coffee, accompanied by Mr.
Bowers, both of Fort McCoy, were
here last Saturday as visitors at the
truck growers meeting.
One of the pretty pictures to be
seen in Summerfield is the patch of
extra fine and large sunflowers to be
seen at the rear, of C. P. Davis' resi residence.
dence. residence.
The Methodist Sunday school will
give an ice cream social and apron
and tie party on' Thursday evening
June 18, at the hall. All are cordial cordially
ly cordially invited. Come and have a good
time. The ladles in charge are Mrs.
A. D. Mitchell, Mrs. C. P. Davis, and
Mrs. H: A. Seymour. The Summer Summer-field
field Summer-field band will be present and dis discourse
course discourse sweet music.
, Wilfred Wagner, his mother and
Miss Annie, were visitors here last
Monday. Wilfred reports that he is
making some fine pea-vine hay and
in about two weeks he will start to
picking seed peas.
Mr. and Mrs. John Miller, now of
Tavares, drove here In their" auto
from that city to visit friends.
Charley Smith of Oxford, was
here on business last Monday.
J. Q. Baker of the Mayo & Baker
Lumber Company ,was among the
Monday business -visitors.
There is a guarantee of accuracy,
purity and full strength given with
every prescription filled at the Court
Pharmacy. 6-ll-6t
INDIAN nrXER DUCKS
Pure blood fawn and white, standard
variety of these famous "eggr ma machines."
chines." machines." Eggs for sale for hatching at
ten cents each. Also two drakes for
sale at $2 each. "Write or Inquire of
N Trafton, Belleview. Fla. 4-28
Ever Heard of
the Z-Rays?
No?
Well, it Is a remark remarkable
able remarkable force discov discovered
ered discovered by Hannibal
Prudent, president
of the United Re Republics
publics Republics of America,
which servesas an
Impenetrable bar barrier
rier barrier around the con continent
tinent continent to the war warships
ships warships and air fleets
of foreign hostile
powers. This and
other remarkable
discoveries and in inventions,
ventions, inventions, dreams of
the future, are de described
scribed described in our new
serial
Tl
Isolate
mem
One of the best and
most interesting
stories we have ever
published.
Don't Fail to Read It
If You Enjoy
Fascinating Fiction
This Unusual and Interesting Story
Will Begin in Saturday's Star
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ililiSHEI

And is On the Atlantic -Biggest
Boat Ever Built Making
Her Debut
Hamburg, Germany, June 11.
The giant steamship Imperator of the
Hamburg-American Line started
from here on her maiden trip to
New York at 4 o'clock yesterday af afternoon.
ternoon. afternoon. She started from an anchorage In
the open roadstead. She is too big
to lie at the regular pier and rooted
up her special moorings in the recent
gale.
DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cjtire deaf deafness,
ness, deafness, and that is by consUtuUonal
remedies. "Deafness Is caused by an
inflamed condition of the mucous lin lining
ing lining of the Eustachian Tube. When
this tube is inflamed you have a
rumbling sound or imperfect hearing
and when it is entirely closed, deaf deafness
ness deafness is the result, and unless the in inflammation
flammation inflammation can be taken out and this
tube restored to its normal condition,
hearing will be destroyed forever;
nine cases out of ten are caused by
catarrh, which is nothing but an In
flamed condition of the. mucous sur surfaces.
faces. surfaces. ,
- We will give One Hundred Dollars
for 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 bv druggists, 75 cents.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con constipation.
stipation. constipation. N Ad
WELL, C:ET A GOOD WELL
Some people invest their money in
poor w ells. Get a good one "by let letting
ting letting S. H. Christian do the work.
Adv. 5-27-lm
When your child has whooping
cough be careful to keep the cough
loose and expectoration easy by giv giving
ing giving Chamberlain Cough Remedy as
may be required. This remedy will
also liquify the tough mucus and
make it easier to expectorate. It has
been used successfully in' many ep epidemics
idemics epidemics and is safe and sure.-For sale
by all dealers.' Ad
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS AT OCALA
The following schedule Is not paid
for, but Is printed for the Information
of the public. The railroads are re requested
quested requested to send in corrections when whenever
ever whenever 'necessary.
SEABOARD AIR LINE
Southbound Arrive Leave
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
3 1:05 p. m. 1:20 p.m.
9 (Limited)... 2:31 p.m. 2:32 p.m.
1 ......1:35 a.m. 1:40 a.m.
Northbound
2 ....2:25 a.m. 2:30 a. m.
4 1:00 p.m. 1:15 p.m.
10 (Limited. ..4:23 p.m. 4:25 p.m.
The limited leaves Jacksonville at
11:30 a. m. and arrives In Tampa at 6
p. m. It leaves Tampa at 1 p. m. and
arrives In Jacksonville at 7:30 p. m. It
stops only at Turkey Creek, Plant City,
Dade City, W'ldwood, Ocala, Starke
and Waldo
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
Southbound Jax. and St. Petersburg:
Arrive Leare
No. 9 10:35 p.m. 10:46 p.m.
.No. 39 ,,4 2:40 p.m. 2:42 p.m.
Southbound Ocala and Lakeland
No. 35 (SunnyJIm) 8:40 a.m.
Northbound Jax. and St. Petersburg:
Arrive Leave
No. 10 5:19 a.m 5:20 a.m.
No. 40 12:54 p.m. 1:14 p.m.
Northbound Lakeland and Ocala
No. 32 (Sunnyjlm).... Arrive 9:50 p.m.
Ocala and HomoMiM
Leave No. 49
8:20 a.m.
2:25 p.m.
Leave No. 47
Arrive No. 44
Arrive No. 48
...........12:50
.6:00
p.m.
p.m.
OCALA NORTHERN
Lv. for Palatka.. 7:30 a.m i:25 p.m.
Sunday trains 8:00 a.m. 1:25 p.m.
Ar. from Palatka. 10:40 a.m. 5:10 p.m.
WORLD'S AL3IAJTAC AT BALLARD'S
New 1913 World's Almanac, Just re received;
ceived; received; 35 cents at Ballard's News Newsstand.
stand. Newsstand. Adv.

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WMsQ

GREAT

Successor to
9 HELVENSTON & PASTEUR

SPARR
Sparr, June 13. Farmers in this
section are kept busy shipping their
vegetables.
Mr. Hersey Shealey arrived home
Sunday from Madison, after an ab absence
sence absence of six weeks,
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Webb are

visiting the former's sister, Mrs.- W.
Huffman.
"'--.'
Mrs. J. J. Colbert ha3 been quite
sick for the past week, but is better
at this writing;
Miss Isabel Bentons Is home from
Boston, Mass., where she attended
school the past two years.
Misses Maude Clemmons and Cora
Simmons left for Madison Sunday
night to attend the normal.
Mr. Frank Luff man Is at home
from Demorest, Ga., and his many
friends are glad lo see him again.
Mr. Clyde Weaver has returned
to his home in Georgia, after a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant visit with relatives here.
Dr. Creekmore of Citra was called
to see Mrs. J. W." Johnson last Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Grantham and
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Grantham motor motored
ed motored over to Ocala last Wednesday ev evening
ening evening "to attend the moving picture
show. .. i
Mr. Clarence Boyles has returned
home from Arcadia.
Miss Susie Lambert has returned
from DeLand
Mrs- A.sHasell and daughter of
Oak Hill visited Mrs. J. J. Colbert
last week and also her sister, Mrs.
Dave Sullivan of Miami.
Mrs. Charlie Boyles and mother,
Mrs. E. Boyles, were visitors to Red Reddick
dick Reddick last Sunday.
Miss Ruth Pace of Anthony, is vis visiting
iting visiting the Misses Lambert this week.
Misses" Pauline Lambert, Mae
Grantham and Messrs. J. E. Thomas
and Harry Grantham motored over
to Ocala Friday afternoon.
Mr. G. B. Boyles was a business
visitor to Ocala Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Thomas gave
a pilleau last Thursday evening
which wras greatly enjoyed by tho
following young people: Misses Susia
Lambert, Jettie Boyles, Miriam
Stephens, Minnamae Strickland, Sep Septa
ta Septa Strickland, Roberta Shealey, Paul Pauline
ine Pauline Lambert, Maude Clemmons, Ed Edna
na Edna Strickland, Legie Shealey, Bertha
Hooker, and x Messrs. Harry Gran Grantham,
tham, Grantham, Homer N. Clemmons, Grover
Grantham, Ernest Luff man, Clarence
Boyles, Emmett Stephens, Terry
Young, Frank Luffman, Will Hook Hooker,
er, Hooker, Loney Parrey, Charlie Lambert,
Marshall Strickland, Vance Clem Clemmons,
mons, Clemmons, 'MPcbell Strickland, Sloan
Lambert and Mr. and Mrs. Munroe
Shealey.
jSJST IKI
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 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
- AMTENTION.
Pbone 10
. OeiU FURNITURE CO.
Kirby k BcIsoh
DEALERS IN :
Fresh and Cured Meats, Fresh and
Salt Water Fish; Chickens, Egg3
and Vegetables of all Kinds
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North MagnollA Street
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OGALA EVENING STAR

Blttlnser & Carroll, Proprietors
R. R. Carroll, General Manager
Port V. LrTrnoo, Business Huagcr
J. II. Benjamin; Editor
Entered In the postotflce at Ocala,
Pla., aa second class matter.
A GOOD OFFER
Mr. Ed. L. Wartmann of Citra,
who was in town Wednesday eve
ning, made a remark of much inter
est to our citizens. Mr. Wartmann
was one of the few who objected to
thq city annexing Silver Springs but
now that it has been done he will
chip In and help the rest of us. He
said that if the city would give his
property, which is located just be beyond
yond beyond the old Moody place on Okla-
waha avenue, water, lights and hard
surfaced roads he would donate
land to the city for a park. The city
is bound to extend these public util utilities
ities utilities in all directions some day, tho
it isn't able to do so at present, and
our city" dads should take note of Mr.
Wartmann's offer.
Mr. C. E. Woods, editor of the
Eustls Lake Region, spent several
hours in the city yesterday while his
train was delayed, and made the Star
a pleasant fraternal call.. He was
returning from a trip to his old home
In Lexington, Ky., where he attend attended
ed attended the graduating exercises of one
of the leading female colleges from
which his daughter graduated this
year. He also attended the Confed Confederate
erate Confederate reunion at Chattanooga and
was present at -the unveiling of thp
Kentucky monument at Chicamai) Chicamai)-guaPark;
guaPark; Chicamai)-guaPark; I
- - A
Mr. B. H." Norris received the sad
j news yesterday of the death of his
brother, Dr. Robert Norris, at Villa
Americana, Brazil. jDr. Norris was
among the first who! went to Brazil
after the civil war, landing there in
1866. His brother and a number of
other southerners went there later
7" I
left his adopted countryajxd-beca'me
ttJrue BrazilianMr. Norris had
not seen his brother in many years;
nevertheless, the news of his death
causes him deep sorrow.
There seemg to be something of a

v revolt against Sovereign Commander
J. C, Root among the Woodmen
i
gathered in Jacksonville. There is a
general disDOsition among the chop

pers all over the country to let the
oin man serve his lire out as nean or
the order which he founded, but
ne snouia step aown ana out.
The Star has received a copy of
the Pacific Commercial Advertiser of
Honolulu. It is a fine-looking pa paper,
per, paper, and the Star notes with interest
that it is making a vigorous war on
the billboard nuisance that so largely
defaces the scenery not only in
Hawaii v but most of the United
States and other civilized countries.
The government has brought suit
against the Quaker Oats Trust,
which it alleges controls most of the
oat and "by-products of the country.
The Star hopes it will catch the orig original
inal original of the trade mark and put him
in jail till he promises to wear up-to-date
clothes. :
Miss Okie Painter, only daughter
of the deceased E. O. Painter, has
been elected president of the Painter
Fertilizer, Co., and will carry on her
father's business. She is a capable
young lady and the great enterprise
will steadily grow under her super supervision.
vision. supervision. We have received a letter from
the Board of Trade of Miami, asking
us to favor .the Magic City for the
next meeting of the Florida Press
Association. Our only objection to
Miami is that it is such a long walk
from Ocala.
It requires lots of patience to run
an auto. Every doctor in Ocala has
lots of patients, consequently each
one of them .has an auto. P. S.
This pun is half-stolen.
Judge B. H. Palmer of Lake City,
a jurist of considerable ability, will
be a candidate for Congress in this
the second district next year.
Tomorrow is Friday the 13th,
1913, and the Star -is plumb sure
tome people will have bad luck.
An equal suffrage law has passed
both houses of the Illinois legisla legislature.
ture. legislature. The Cherokee Indians passed out
of existence as a tribe when the
council in session at Tahlequah for
the last time Tuesday ceded the his historic
toric historic capita,! buildings, lands and
other buildings to the state of Okla
homa. This is a point in American
history that will probably pass un unnoticed
noticed unnoticed except by the few interested
in ethnology. The Cherokees ,were
one of the greatest of the Indian na nations.
tions. nations. 1 They inhabited all 'North
Georgia, most of Northern Alabama
and most of East Tennessee and
Western North Carolina. They made
peace with the whites shortly after
the revolutionary war, and kept their
'part of the contract. In 1830 they
had a prosperous country, with a
written, language, well tilled' farms,
good-sized towns, churches and
school houses. Their prosperity
made their white neighbors sore, and
at their instigation the government

removed the Indians to the Indian

territory. A little band of some three
or four hundred, however, refused to
go, and remained in the North Caro
lina mountains, even a.3 the Semi-
noles remained in Florida, and are
there yet on a reservation given
them by the government. They are
gradually dying out and the Chero
kee name will soon be a fading mem memory.';;
ory.';; memory.';; DRAWING PLANS
FOR A NEW DEPOT
Division Superintendent McAr
thur and other Coast Line officials
were in town yesterday and today,
conferring with members of the
council about the proposed new
freight depot, work on which will
commence-as soon as the plans can
be agreed ,on.
TIIEUS-ZACIIRV STORE
: WILIi CLOSE TOMORROW
On account of their big dissolution
sale, which begins on Saturday
morning, the Theus-Zachry furniture
store will be closed tomorrow. This
Is made necessary by the fact that
all their immense stock of goods
will "be marked with tags and plain
figures. (Mr. Theus says it will be
possible for the public to practically
wait upon themselves at this sale as
each article will have the selling
price attached. No doubt the prices
which they have been advertising for
some days will attract large crowds
of buyers to their place during the
coming two weeks.
ANOTHER I3IPRO YEMEN
' Mrs. Jessie Haycraft has sold her
extensive property near Fellowship
to the Clark-Ray-rJohson Co., which
will use it ii itsturDentine and tim

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ber operations. rrfTIyraft--ITt,i

put sirHTtot the money realized
TFSmthe sale into new cottages on
her Ocala property. New houses are
among the city's greatest necessities,
and Mrs. Haycraft will be certain to
profit on the buildings as well as
help the town to accommodate the
constantly arriving settlers.
BANQUET AT HARRINGTON HALL
Manager Gibson has been notified
to make preparations for a dinner
and smoker tonight at the Harring Harrington.
ton. Harrington. The affair is to be given by the
representatives of the various rail railroad
road railroad freight agents to the fruit and
vegetable buyers now in the city tak taking
ing taking care of the large shipments now
going out over all lines. The com committee
mittee committee in charge of the affair are H.
C. Gettier of A. C. L. and L. A.
Dwelle of the L. & N. Manager "Gib "Gibson
son "Gibson will prepare for sixty guests and
the invited are looking forward to a
pleasant affair.
CONCORDIA LODGE V. V. OP A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union of
America,' meets in Tonge's Hall on the
second Thursday evening of each
month Geo. I Taylor, F. M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad.
WOODMEN" OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14, Woodmen ot
the World, will hold its next regular
meeting Friday evening, June 13th, at
Tonga's Hall. Every member is urge!
to be. present.- Visitors always wel welcome.
come. welcome. J. -F. Thompson, C. C.
C. K. Sage, Clerk. V Ad.
LOYAL ORDER OP MOOSE
The Ocala Lodge No. 699, Loyal Or Order
der Order of Moose, meets each Thursday
evening at 8 o'clock In the Gary build building,
ing, building, third floor. V'siting brothers are
invited to attend our meetings.
'.Geo. F. Mershor, Dictator.
E. I Stapp, Secretary. Aa.
" v Try
Block's Graham
Sandwich
20c per lib.
We are carrying a very com complete
plete complete stock of Frank E.
Block's Crackers and Cakes
in bulk and packages.
All 10c packages 3 for25cts
all 5c packages 6 for 25 cts.
There is none better than
BLOCK'S
PHONE 163
DR. D. 1. BONEY
OPTOMETRIST
ETTESIGDrr SPECIALIST
: Optometry Office and Laboratory
s office hours ;
9 to 12 a. m.. 1:30 to' 4:80 p. m.
Rooms 2-C Gary Building, Ocala. Tlx

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CO.

Hill 1 PROGRAM

OF GOOD WORK FOR OCALA
A Well Attended and Enthusiastic
Meeting of the Board of Trade.
Wednesday Evening
Last night we had one of the best
Board of Trade meetings in the his history
tory history of the new organization, and the
Star only hopes this is a forerunner
cf many more. Something of its
workings are enumerated below.
The report of the special finance
committee, Mr. Z. C. Chambliss,
chairman, was of special interest and
he was enthusiastic, stating that not
a single man approached declined to
pay amounts subscribed and from his
booster talk much good was accom accomplished
plished accomplished and many of the new mem members
bers members were out at last night's meeting
and taking active part.
Mr. Edwards report was exceed exceedingly
ingly exceedingly favorable and along the same
lines. Dr, Boozer wa3 not present
but the secretary made a similar re report
port report as to the collections being
handled by the doctor.
The report of the secretary as to
financial condition was gratifying
and should encourage our people to
be more determined now to back up
tne organization nnanciaiiy as
well as by attending the meetings
and participating in its discussions
and work.
The plans of the Southern Settle Settlement
ment Settlement and Development Organiaztion
,vere presented by Secretary Rooney
who is a charter member of the or-
ganization. He read an article from
the Times-Union of the 11th, show-
in that the state finance committee
ville today, showing the selection of
Mr. J. M. Meffert to represent Ocala
and M.arion county. As he could not
attend, after a general discussion it
was decided one of our strong and
representative men should be sent tcf
take part in this great work and see
just what good would be accom accomplished.
plished. accomplished. Mr. J. L. Edwards, presi president
dent president of the Ocala National Bank, was
unanimously chosen and left on the
early morning train, reaching Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville at eleven this morning. The
secretary wired last night requesting
that the meeting be deferred until
Mr. Edwards reached there. This
was a wise move and a good selec selection.
tion. selection. We know the interests of Ma Marion
rion Marion county are in good hands. J. ;
Col. Frank Harris called attention
and made special request that the
board hear from Representative
Spencer who was present. This met
with enthusiastic ; applause and he
responded in a happy manner, re reminding
minding reminding the board of the many
things accomplished at Tallahassee
and showing how Ocala and Marion
county can be benefited by taking
hold of some of these vital questions
now and securing the desired ben benefits
efits benefits from same. One special feature
was the passage of the tick eradica eradication
tion eradication bill and how Marion county
could get immediate results by go going
ing going after it. Suggesting that the
board of governors take action along
these lines. Also the work done in
trying to get passed the bill estab establishing
lishing establishing a state emigration bureau;
that while it did not get them, still
there was a statute permitting the
county commissioners to .establish a
county emigration bureau and smain smain-tain
tain smain-tain same.
A motion was carried appointing
Mr. Spencer a special committee of
one to handle this matter as a rep representative
resentative representative of the Board of Trade
and have same made effective in Ma Marion
rion Marion county.
" After Mr. Spencer's remarks a spe special
cial special rising vote of thanks was Ren Rendered
dered Rendered to Representatives Spencer and
Light and Senator Carney for their
good work in behalf of Ocala and
Marion county. Such an expression
from the representative citizens at
the board meeting last night is a
guarantee of their confidence in our
legislators,
One of the new members was pres present,
ent, present, and, by the way, he took his
place at once, showing his interest in
the work and' from his enthusiasm
we feel confident he will be one of
the potent factors in the future.
This was Mr. Baxter Carn. One of
his first moves was one looking to
the best interests of Marion's farm farmers
ers farmers the securing of suitable lots
and the erection of sheds, feed and
watering troughs for their stock,
where the farmer's team will be wel welcome,
come, welcome, free of charge; a guest of the
Board of Trade, welcome to their
new headquarters, where the smil smiling
ing smiling secretary stands with open arms
and a source of general information
to help and interest them; M.r. Cam
was made chairman of a special com committee
mittee committee to handle this important mat matter
ter matter to a conclusion. He has associat associated
ed associated with him Mr. Phillips and Mr.
Jake Brown. This means something
doing at once.
The general conclusion was that
this was one of the best meetings of
the new organization and bespeaks
the interest of our people. We hope
each meeting will grow more in interesting
teresting interesting and that our entire citi citizenry,
zenry, citizenry, together with the ladies, will
turn out. Nothing can accomplish
more for the uplift and upbuilding
of Ocala and Marion county than the
Board of Trade, and it is just what
we make it.
The Star is proud of it, the work
and progress being made. Let us
rally to its every movement. A live
wire secretary, a good substantial
board of governors and all needed
i? for Ocala to do her duty. Stand by
it. Here's to its success.

EXCURSION TO PALATKA

Enjoyable Time for People of Two
Cities Next ThurMJar
3Iessrs. W. S. Ledbetter and Geo.
B. Seldon, two of Palatka's live bus business
iness business men and Putnam, county boost boosters,
ers, boosters, are in the city and stopping at
the Harrington Hall.
They are here working up a big
"get-together" Excursion to Palatka
next Thursday over the Ocala North Northern
ern Northern Railroad. A big time is promis promised
ed promised the people who go to the Gem
City on this occasion. Special rates
have been secured from all points
on the line to Palatka! and a special
train will be operated, leaving Ocalu
in the morning and returning late
in-the evening, so that all may have
an opportunity of taking in the en entire
tire entire program of festivities.
The Ocala base ball club will cross
bats on that day with the strong, Pa Palatka
latka Palatka aggregation, so it is up to the
"Loyal Order of Ocala Rooters" to
be on hand and boost the boys to
victory. Our boys, have not lost a
game this season, though they have
at several times been up against
strong teams and in close places.
, Mr. Ledbetter is proprietor of the
Putnam House, Palatka's leading
hostelry, while Mr. Seldon is presi
dent of the Seldon Cypress Door Co.,
of that city, and they are profuse in
their promises of an excellent en
tertainment to their guests next
Thursday. Among the attractions
will be a ball in the evening at the
pretty club house of the Palatka
Yacht Club.
A GRUESOME FIND
A man named Scott, who moved
into the old Mann house in the first
ward Wednesday, found in the attic
over the kitchen the body of a baby.
The infant was white, newborn and
had been dead for months. -It was
wrapped in a woman's underskirt.
Scott buried the body and notified
the sheriff's office. The officers ex exhumed
humed exhumed the body, and are looking for
clues to the guilty parties. Several
people have lived in the house in the
past six months, but the body might
have been taken there during a tem temporary
porary temporary vacancy.
There is no need or any one be being
ing being 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 dealers.
ers. dealers. Ad
n The First Place
bring every prescription direct
to us to be filled. This is the
best advice we can offer anyone
using medicines. We have the
drugs, every kind or classr each
of standard purity, fresh and
potent.' We have the knowledge
and the experience that count in
scientific, careful prescription
compounding. You get all safe safety,
ty, safety, satisfaction, results. Ask
your doctor.
THE ANDERSON PHARMACY
PHONE 269
Ocala, Florida
J. 1. BRINS0N
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EVERYTHING IN REAL
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OCALA
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Funeral Directors
Undertakers and Embalme
Fins Caskets end Burial Robes
O. E. McIYEH and C. V. ROBERTS
Funeral Directors
111 Work Done by Licensed Em Em-balmers
balmers Em-balmers and Fully Guaranteed.-
PHOXES:
D. E. MclTer .
C. V. Roberts
Undertaking Office .
104
305
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W.C. BLANGHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
PLANS FURNISHED
OX APPLICATION
P. O. BOX 40 OCALA. FLA.
I1AVE YOUIl CR PAINTED
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CARPENTER AND BUii DER
Careful Estimates Made on All Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives, more and better
rork for the money than ny ether
contractor in t& dtz.

AMUSEMENTS

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Alkali Ike, Temple Tonight
In the side-splitting comedy, "The
Scratch." Everybody scratches while
you scream with laughter. "The
Bringing Out of Papa" is another
side-splitting comedy by the Vita Vita-graph
graph Vita-graph Co. "Tea and Toast" is an
Edison comedy that will cure the
worst case of blues. "The Gypsy's
Warning," an exciting story by the
Melies and "Try It Again" another
crackerjack comedy. The Temple
orchestra in popular selections and
the boy's piano contest makes an A
No. 1 show and bear it in mind, we
only have SO 0 seats so come early.
Tomorrow-
GIRL'S PIANO CONTEST
Vaudeville at the Ideal Tonight
Sylvia Summers Co., one of the
best known vaudeville acts will be at
the Ideal tonight, tomorrow and
Saturday nights. This company has
been all over Florida and has played
to packed houses, it being one of the
most popular companies that ever
played in Florida. y
Besides the vaudeville there will
be four reels of the very latest and
best motion pictures.
"A Little Child Shall,Lead Them."
A very touching story.
"The Widow's Might." A side
splitting comic by the Vitagraph Co.
"The Insurance Agent." For good
acting this cannot be beat.
A Moonshiner's Wife." A sCrong
drama.
The pictures at the Ideal are the
newest that are shown anywhere
outside of Jacksonville and besides
the light being clear and strong so
that the pictures show up well, the
Ideal is the coolest place in Ocala on
a hot summer night. Admission 5
and 10 cents. The biggest show for
the money in the state.
LOTS FOR SALE CHEAP
A hlg bargain in two business lots
on north end of Magnolia street; street
and railroad frontage; fine for ware warehouse
house warehouse or wholesale business.
Two corner lots in best portion of
the Seymour addition, the coming res residence
idence residence addition to Ocala. Will sell
residence or business lots together or
separately as desired. Apply to R. C.
iluncaster, Ocala House Blk. 5-24-12t
Each age of our nve3 baa 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 geatle in their ac
tion and especially suitable for peo
ple of middle age and older. For
sale by all dealers. Ad
CHAPTER NO. 13, IX. A. Si.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the fourth
Friday in every month, at 7:30 p. m.
C. E. Connort 1L P.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad.
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
ers. Ad
UNCLASSIFIED ADS.
Lost, Found, Wanted, For Sale.
For Rent and Similar Local Needs
LOST On the Lake Veir road,
an automobile tail light. Reward
will be paid the finder for its Teturn
to B. N. Dosh at this office.
FOR It EXT My five-room cot cottage
tage cottage on South Third street, next to
primary school; all modern conven conveniences;
iences; conveniences; possession by 16th. R. R.
Carroll.
FOR RENT Offlces la Holder build build-in
in build-in g. Apply to Davis & Martin.
FOR SALE 6-room home and 4 4-room
room 4-room home; lot 120x205 near city hall;
good porches, shrubbery, flowing- well;
price, f3000. Take a look at them, 44
N. Sanchez street, then get busy; per perfect
fect perfect title given. Write me quick. E.
R. Damoth, 207 Hodges Bldg., Detroit,
Michigan. 5-26-lm
FOR RENT Five or six-room
house on Daugherty street. Apply to
Baxter Carn. 5-31-tf
LOST On Sunday afternoon, June
1, a small Tvatch chain with round
charm attached, and the initials E.
W. T. engraved on charm. Finder
will be suitably rewarded on return returning
ing returning same to this office or to the Flor Florida
ida Florida Title and Abstract Co. It was
supposed to. have been lost some somewhere
where somewhere about Seaboard depot. 6-5-
AUTO FOR HIRE Will go any anywhere
where anywhere at any time.. Phone 21. 6-5-6t
FOR SALE 1913 model motor motorcycles
cycles motorcycles and motor boats at bargain
prices, all makes, brand new ma machines,
chines, machines, on easy monthly payments.
Get our proposition before buying or
you will regret it. Also bargains in
used motorcycles. Write us today.
Enclose stamp .for reply. Address
lock box 11, Trenton, Mich. 6-9-14t

BIG BARGAIN JN

I have three, choice Five-room cottages, each
located ori corner Iofs, new, well-built houses.
Rented for $f 5 each per month
Close in, two blocks from Primary School and one
block from site of new $50,000 school house to be
erected.
Will pay practically 1 5 PER CENT NET,
on the investment. A Bargain it taken AT OSCE.

IF. VV. OiTTTO

M c I V E R &
list? is
UNIQUE DESIGNS
in house furnishings are In demand
by those of artistic tastes. A visit
here wll disclose
UNIQUE FURNITURE,
THAT IS DECORATIVE
but not overly dear. Merit Is what
wins these days, and It's only merit
that gives us our liberal patronage.'
MERIT IN FURNITURE
MERIT IN PRICE.
UNDERTAKERS AND
EMBALMERS
McIVER &
OCALA,
Call up Phone 300 and Let

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We Guarantee to Save Yon Money on Any Work in Our lines
A we employ none bat expert vre are la ponllloa to Knirantec ev every
ery every piece of work vre eoantrnet to xland the Inspection of tbe m out
rigid Inspector. It coat notbltjfc to sfet oar flg-uren, and yon are tbe
winner, vrfaetber vre aecare tbe contract or not. Give us trial.
. H. W. TUCKER

FORT KING BLOCK

WHITE STAR LIME,
TRANSFER AND FIREPROOF STORAGE
COLLIER BROS, Proprietors.

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

HOTEL .CHUKCHIiUL,
BROADWAY AND 14Ui ST.-
Union Square
NEW YORK
Glean, Comfortable, Convenient and Home-Lilce Hotel, on
the Ameriqan and European Plans.
American Plan. $2 per day an 3 op. European Plan, f 100 pr day 4 a p.
8peclal W eekljr Rates.

Churchill & Co.

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JACKSONVILLE'S FINEST

AND

FLORIDA'S LARGEST. MID BEST YEAR HUD HOTEL
The Hotel you take your Mother, Wife or
Sister to.
HOME HOTEL OF THE STATF
RATES
EUROPEATPPLAN S1.50 PER DAY AND UPWARD
A. F. WILSON, Ass'i Mgr. TH0S. M. WILSON. Prop, and Elcr
JACKSONVILLE FLA.

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WONT AVKAIl OUT.
Wonder what It is? Why If noth nothing
ing nothing more than one' of those
SPLEXDID IRON BEDS :
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
SPRING MATTRESSES
Tou can do more sleeping fn a night
on one of these mattresses than you
can In a year on some "body killers'
we know of. :'
,VL 5$ ; I to
CONTRA CTORS AND
BUILDERS
Mac KAY-
FLORIDA
us Give an Estimate on Year
OCALA, FLORIDA
We Sell
BEAVER BOARD,
-Superior.fo Plaster
or Ceilinfl in
.. Qualify or Price.
Investigate.
Phone 296

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It is certainly nbt a comfortable feeling to know
that if burglars or fire should invade your home, they
could so easily find your money. Our bank has
vaults for taking care of your money. It was built
for that purpose, with strong locks and thick walls.
Why not put your money in the bank and have
PEACE OF MIND, and that secure feeling of knowing
that it is in safe hands. f
DO YOUR BANKING WITH US
We Pay 4 per ccnl Interest on Savings Acconrits

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

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THE TROWEL WITH VVfllCH WE LAID THE FOUKDATIONOF

OUR SUCCESS WAS HONESTY.
WE BU HARDWARE FROM THOSE WHO ARE -"ON THE
4 LEVEL" WITH US AND WHO STAND BEHIND EVERYTHING
WE BUY. V;-." --:
WE ARE "ON THE LEVEL" WITH OUR CUSTOMERS AND
STAND BEHIND EVERYTHING WE SELL
DEAL WITH US AND YOU WILL GET A DEAL rON THE
SQUARE." WE DON'T-KNOW HOW AND DON'T WANT TO
LEARN HOW TO DO BUSINESS ANY OTHER WAY.

esifisi ,IPlsio Phone 118.

UlIfAIRS

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

Dodge-Xewsom
The : uniting of two lives in the
sacred bond of wedlock has always
been the greatest event of interest to
all classes since God gave to man
his best and loveliest creation-
woman. To all it carries a message
of love and devotion and a unity of
soul and heart.
The marriage of Miss Elizabeth
Xewsom and Rev. Richard Dodge on
Wednesday evening at six o'clock at
the home of thebrides parents. Dr.
and Mrs. W. V. Xewsom on Fort
King avenue was one of the most
beautiful and elaborate home wed weddings
dings weddings that ever took place in Ocala.
The home was a bower of aspar

agus fern and flowers, most tasteful

ly arranged; especially the reception
room where the ceremony took place.
Directly in front of three immense
plate glass windows an archway of
white and green, centered with an
immense' wedding bell of white chry chrysanthemums,
santhemums, chrysanthemums, was arranged and on
either side tall white columns sur surmounted
mounted surmounted by lighted wax candles, all
forming a bower of exquisite loveli loveliness.
ness. loveliness. .-7
Receiving at the front door were
Mr. and Mrs. Ardis Waterman as

sisted by Mr. and Mrs. John' Taylor,
iwho passed the guests into the recep reception
tion reception room, where receiving were Dr.
j and Mrs. Wr. V. Xewsom, Dr. and
j Mrs. W. H.' Dodge, Judge and Mrs.
Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. James Dodge,
jMr. and Mrs. Wm. Dodge, Mrs. S. E.
Waterman and Mrs. Callie Reddick,
! assisted by Mrs. E. L. Carney, Mrs.
'Mary Dodge Maddox, Mrs. Chas. E.

Tydings, Mrs. Clifford Anderson and
Mrs. W. S. Bullock.
, The home was soon thronged with
guests and exactly at six o'clock

I Miss Bessie MacKay took her place
at the piano and to the strains of
Lohengrin's wedding march the
bridal party approached, led by the
'four beautiful attendants, Miss Sara
Davis, Miss Minnie Stovall, Miss
Hope Robinson and Miss Mary Bur Bur-ford,
ford, Bur-ford, robed in dainty lingerie dresses
and carrying immense arm bouquets
of pink carnations. They took their
places in a half-circle, followed by
the little flower girl, Helen Xewsom,
sister of the bride, pretty as' a fairy
in a lovely lace dress. She-carried a

long-handled basket and scattered
rose petals along the pathway of the
bridal party. The bride, leaning on
the arm of her sister, Mrs. Xathan
' Mayo, never looked more beautiful
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'than on her wedding eve. Her dress
'was an exquisite creation of white
crepe de chene over charmeiise made
'entraine after the draped model
style with shadow lace and pearl
trimmings with lace insets in the
skirt and chiffon angel sleeves. Her
veil of tulle was caught in her bonny
brown hair with valley lilies and she
'carried an immense bouquet of
' bride roses with valley lilies. Her
'only jewel ornament. was a diamond
'pin, the gift of the groom. -j
Mr. Eugene. Dodge, the groom's

brother, was best man. Dr. W. H.
Dodge, father of the groom, used the
Presbyterian ring service and it was
a most Impressive and beautiful
one, and kneeling upon satin cush

ions the blessing was given that

made Miss Elizabeth Xewson Mrs
Richard Daniel Dodge j

. The reception that followed was

delightfully informal and until 8
o'clock the house was thronged.
During the receiving hours a .deli .delicious
cious .delicious Ice course was served by Miss

es Alice Bullock, Eugenia Fuller,

Bettie M elver, Annie Davis, Anna
McDowell, Anna Mills Frazer, Rose Rosebud
bud Rosebud Robinson, Adele Bittinger and
Clara Johnson. In the music room

Mrs. D. W. Davis and Mrs. Sistrunk
assisted by Misses Margaret and
Mamie Taylor, presided over the

gifts which were many and beautl

ful; also the bride's book where all

were requested to register.

1 Rev. and Mrs. Dodge left over the
northbound Seaboard last night for a
two weeks' visit in Xew York, going
from there to Cape Charles, Va.,
where they will make their home,

Rev. Dodge being pastor of the Pres

byterian church at that place.

Mrs. jjoage s going away gown
was a king blue ratine coat suit,

trimmed in gold brocade with blue

hat to match with tiny rosebud trim

mings. Rev. Dodge is the youngest
of six sons of Dr. and Mrs. W. H.
Dodge of this city, a magnificent
young man and immensely liked by

all who know him.

. Miss Gladys Wallis and Miss Alice

Sexton have issued invitations to

their friends for a lovely party at the

home of Mrs. T. H. Wallis on Wed

nesday evening, June 18th.

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C, and Asheville, X. C, where they

will visit friends and relatives for
saveral week3. During their fc$-
sence Claude, Jr., will visit his aunt,
Mrs. R. O. Connor.
Ayer-Daris
Wednesday evening at 9 o'clock in
the pretty little Episcopal church in
this city a beautiful wedding was
solemnized. The, church was simply
but most attractively decorated in
trailing vines and white roses inter interspersed
spersed interspersed with white oleander blos blossoms.
soms. blossoms. The altar with its many light lighted
ed lighted candles was very beautiful and
from a tall archway over the chancel
was suspended a bouquet of bride

roses tied with tulle. Miss Wartmann

presided at the organ and promptly
at 9 o'clock the church was filled with
admiring friends.
As the strains of Lohengrin's beau beautiful
tiful beautiful wedding march pealed forth the
bridal party entered, the couples
marching up separate aisles, crossing
and taking their places before the
altar. The bridesmaids were Misses
Mary Burf ord and Minnie Stovall, in
exquisite lingerie frocks with great
long-handled baskets of daisies and
daisy wreaths in their hair, caught
with lovely rheinstone barrettes, the
bride's gift to her attendants. The
matron of honor, Mrs. Richard Daniel
Dodge, the sweet young bride of
three hours, wore her lovely wed wedding
ding wedding gown with pearl bandeaux and
aigrette In her coiffure, carrying her
bridal bouquet. ,Dr. Ayer was at attended
tended attended by Rev. Richard Daniel
Dodge as his best man, the grooms groomsmen
men groomsmen being Messrs. Alfred Beck and
Clarence Meffert and the ushers,
Messrs. Whitfield Palmer and Holmes
Walters. The groom and best man
with Rev. James Glass entered from
the vestry. Miss Davis entered on
the arm of her uncle, Mr. G. T.
Maughs, by whom she was given in
marriage, a beautiful bride in a wed wedding
ding wedding gown of exquisitely fashioned

crepe de chene over net, with shaded

lace and pearl trimmings. The waist
was almost entirely of lace and the
draped skirt stitched with pearl bead
ornaments. Her tulle veil was
caught with real orange blossoms
and draped in soft filmy folds all
over the long flowing robe. She car carried
ried carried a white prayerbook with a
shower bouquet of valley lilies. From
this book Rev. Glass read the beau beautiful
tiful beautiful Episcopal marriage cereomny,
while Miss Wartmann played softly
on the organ. After the blessing

was given that made Miss Sara Daf

vis MrsV Clifford Belser Ayer, tie
bride .and groom and their attend attendants
ants attendants left the church to the strains fof
Mendelssohns march.

v oiiowing tne cnurcn service jvrr.

bridal party and the members of the
two families and a few intimate

friends at an informal reception at

heir home on Oklawaha avenue. The

home was very dainty in Its decora decorations
tions decorations of pink roses, ferns and pink

ilies. Assisting Mr. and Mrs. Maughs

in receiving were Mr. and Mrs. Ar

thur C. Williams, Mrs. C. R. Tydings
and Mrs. O. T. Green. The bride and

groom received congratulations and
good wishes standing in a vine-clad

alcove in the reception room. In the

ibrary Miss Annie Davis and Miss

Fanny Robinson served delicious

fruit punch and directed the guests

to the gift room, where were dis

played the most gorgeous and beau

tiful gifts of every kind, a bewilder

ing collection of cut glass, china,

linen and silver.

During the reception hour Mrs.

Maugns had her guests served to a
most refreshing and delicious buffet
supper, consisting of cream chicken

in bell peppers, fruit salad, wafers.

olives, salted almonds, mint ice and

cake. In cutting the bride's cake,

Mrs. Clifford Ayer got the thimble,
Miss Annie "Davis got the ring and
Mr. Clarence Meffert cut the buttom;
the dime remains hidden for some
more fortunate one to find and dream
on.

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Dr. and Mrs. Ayer left over the

northbound Seaboard train for Sa

vannah. They will go from there to

the hills of Georgia where they will
spend eeyeral weeks. Returning to
this city about the first of July they

will begin housekeeping in the pret

ty cottage home of Mr. and Mrs. C.
L. Gamsby, which they have leased

for several months. Mrs. Ayer's

going away gown was a Copenhagen
blue coat suit with which she worea

white waist trimmed in-' Irish lace,

with hat of hemp straw trimmed

with copper et and small pink rosebuds.

Dr. and Mrs. Ayer. have both been
reared in Ocala and Marion county
and Mrs. Ayer is one of the city's
most beautiful and sweet young la

dies. Dr. Ayer is the second son of
Mr." and Mrs. Alfred Ayer and is a
most popular young dentist. They

have the good wishes of their friends
who are legion for a happy married

life.

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term in the Peabody normal

school of ;the state university. When
this work 13 over, Mr. Workman will
take a vacation at his old home in
Tennessee before returning to his
school duties in Ocala.
'
Miss Marguerite Porter, who is

visiting friends in Jacksonville, will
leave in a few days in a party chap chaperoned
eroned chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. Hobson of

the First Baptist church of Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville to attend the international con convention
vention convention of the Philathea Society,
which will meet in Xashville June

23-27. After the convention. Miss

Porter will be among the delegates
who will visit the fc great Mammoth
Cave, and will then -go to Lebanon,

Ky for a visit to her uncle. Rev. T.

J. Porter, who is well and pleasantly
remembered in Florida. From Leb

anon she will go to Lexington for a
visit to another uncle, Rev. J. W.

Porter, who like his brother T. J.

pastors a big Baptist church. Miss
Porter will pass August at Mont-

eagle, Tenn., where her splendid

musical talent will be utilized at the
great Chautauqua meetings. Her
friends wish for her a pleasant sum summer,
mer, summer, and will be glad when the mid middle
dle middle of September brings her home to
reopen her music studio.

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Mrs. Belle Deen, after a pleasant

visit to her Ocala friends, will leave
tomorrow to resume" her business
duties in Jacksonville.

Miss Xellie Stevens will leave Sat

urday for Tallahassee, where she will

teach In the summer normal of, the
State Woman's College.

Miss Annie May Williams, who ac

companied Miss Esther Ley home

from Tallahassee, went to Gainesville
today to visit friends before return returning
ing returning to her home at Miami.

Mr. Will Bullock returned to his

work at Camp's dam this afternoon.

Mr! Bullock came in to attend the

Davis-Ayer wedding last evening.

Mrs. John Davis returned to her

home at Irvine today. Mrs. Davis

was accompanied by her sister, Mrs.

Arch Mclver, who will spend several

weeks with her.

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Mrs. Bittinger went to Eastlake

today, for a visit to Mr. and Mrs.

Alex Wynne.

jjMr. Emmett Robinson took Mrs.

Robinson and daughter, Miss Lucile,
and Misses a)inie Robinson and
Adele Bittlngarwthis afternoon to

Woodmar, where they will occupy
Blair Villa for, the next few months.

months.

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Katherine,

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The completeness of our banking facilities is one
the reasons for the satisfaction among our large n i
ber of customers. Naturally every depositor expects
accommodation for carrying on his financial affairs.
We aim to supply our patrons with every advantage
and convenience that a bank can give safely.

QOAlfVMIfOiM

CAPITAL FULLY PAID IX $75,000
H. D. STOKES, Cashier.
CLAREXCE CAMP, Vice Pres. JXO. L. EDWARDS, Pres.

THE

CfflflBlBES

Undertaker Smith, phones 10 & 94.

Band concert tomorrow night.

Woodmen meet tomorrow evening.

Xunnally's fine candies fresh every
week at Gerig's Drug Stores. 6-11

"Alkali Ike," boys piano contest,
five reels, Temple tonight.- Adv.

Have your doctor leave your
prescriptions wit hus, and get the
best. Gerig's Drug Stores. 6-11

$1J)00 invested in Tonopah mining
stock in four years realized $78, $78,-000.
000. $78,-000. Adv. -It

Mrs. Jessie Haycraft has bought a
fine -seven-passenger Studebaker car
from Mr. A. G. Gates.

Tom McGahagin, one of the A. C.
L's. accommodating young ticket
agents, is on the sick list.

Dr. Paul Gates left this afternoon
for a business trip to Miami. He ex expects'
pects' expects' to return Sunday.

$1,000 invested in the Dos Estrel Estrel-las
las Estrel-las silver mines in less than t four
years was worth $280,000. Adv. It

Buy a Xev-R-Break comb at
Gerig's Drug Stores. If it breaks we
make' it good. 6-11

"Alkali Ike," boy's piano contest,
five reels, Temple tonight. Adv.

Meetyour bosom friend at Rivers'
Haberdashery. Its the OXE DOLLAR
fadeless shirt. 6-12-4t

Mr. Geo. W. Martin, Jr., one of
our city's clever young musicians,

MlSses- Clifford and

Pyles are expected home this eve- will have charge of the music at the

ning from South Carolina, where Ideal tonight.

they visited relatives after com

mencement at Brenau.

U. D. C. MEETING

$1,000 invested In

stock In three years

iOOO. Adv.

Butte mining
realized $15,-lt

The Daughters of the Confederacy

meet tomorrow afternoon at 4

o clock at the residence of Mrs.
Henry Livingston.
Mrs. S. R. WThaley.

will

Bad weather put the union Sunday

school picnic on the' blink. About

fifty went to Orange Springs on the
Ocala Xorthern this morning, and
probably had a pleasant tho rather
cool da 5'.

riAXD COXCERT PROGRAM

Our $2.50 "Comfort" straw hat is

The following nrozram will be the e(ual of the average $3 and $4

uau AUiusiauie iu any ucau iuti a

not hollow. Rivers' Haberdashery,

Harrington corner. 6-13-4t

given by the Metropolitan Band on
Friday evening, June 13th, at 8:15:
Star Spangled Banner.
March, "Spirit of Independence"
Abe Holzmann.
Waltz, "Wrild Flowers" W. H.
Kiefer.
Intermezzo, Two Step "Indian

Trail" F. D. Lanaten

Selection, "A Trip to Japan"

Manuel Klein.

Intermission.
March, "Diamond Crown" W. J.

Burt.

. FloWer Song, "A Bunch of Vio Vio-ets"
ets" Vio-ets" C. Wr. Bennett
Serenade, "Down by the Old Mill

Stream" Tell Taylor.

Selection, "Burgomaster" W. II.

Mackie.

Mrs. E. K. Xelson and little daugh

ter Elizabeth, accompanied by Mrs

J. A. McClymonds, left today fff
Tampa, where Mrs. McClymonds wll

be -Mrs. Nelson s guest for sevel

weeks.

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Messrs. Robert and -Leslie Ander

son returned yesterday morning
from Washington and Lee University

at Lexingston, Va., to spend the sum

mer at home. (

Mrs. D. E. Mclver and family leftp--

this afternoon for their beautiful
home at the lake.

Mrs. D. WT Davis returned to the

lake this afternoon.
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Mr. and Mrs. Claude E. Xelson left

yesterday afternoon for Columbians

Mrs. Ed Carmichael received word

today that hfr friends, Mrs. Bellin-

er, in a hospital in Augusta, had a

turn for tfc?oriie. Her body is
completely naralized and she has

en no nourishment for many days

Mr. Barcoof Cotton Plant, the

suDervisor off registration, was m

x

town today jLilfiging in Miss Mar

garet Bell, whft was on her way for

a visit to Palm Beach.

Mr. W. F. Malcolm, the clever

young representative of the Reming

ton Typewriter Co., was in town to

day. The town is full of Remington,

Smith-Premier and Monarch type

writers, and Mr. Malcolm will have

to step lively on his visits, which will

be made regularly hereafter.

XOT a special sale on straw hats,

BUT the nobbiest and swellest line of

straw hats In town; prices ranging

from $1.50 to $3; guaranteed to be

superior to others at the price. At
Rivers' Haberdashery, Harrington

corner. 6-12-4t

GOXE TO GATHER IX A GAME

"Alkali Ike,M boy's piano contest,

five reels. Temple tonight, Adv.

Manager Hunterv and his line-up A surly traveling man got himself

of swatters and snatchers left lor Into trouble this morning by siap-

Leesburg in autos this afternoon,

and Ocala's eood wishes go with

hem. The line-up is as follows:

Davis, c; Galloway, p.; McLeod, id.;

Fleckenstein, 2b.; Dewey, ss.; Patts,

3b.; Harris, If; Roberts, cf.;An-J$

thony, rf.; Kllgore, sub,; Hugn

Thomas, mascot; and Laurie Benja-

min went to report the game for the

Star.

ping Patsy Gillen, the industrious
newsboy, who was trying to sell him
a Saturday Evening Post. The man
was arrested by Marshal Brlgance
and the recorder fined him. He gave

the name of J. W. Johnson, proba probably
bly probably assumed, as it does not appear on

the hotel registers.

The Temple had an entirely pack

ed house last night. The pictures

were good as usual and the audience
was specially Interested In the am

ateur performance. Miss Cevie Rob Roberts
erts Roberts and Master Melville Little con contested
tested contested for the violin prize. Both did
splendidly, and the prize was award awarded
ed awarded to Master Melville. The violin

performance in the dark, with Hamp

Chambers playing the fiddle and Bob

Thagard knocking straws was great,

and when the lights flashed bn and

Hamp and Bob made their getaway,

the house roared. Teh boys' piano

contest is slated lor tonight, and it
is going to be first-rate.

Mr. A. G. Payne, general freight

agent of the L. & X. Railroad, Is reg registered
istered registered at the Harrington and is

looking after the melon shipments
westward.

The Sylvia Summers Co., which is

at the Ideal for the next three

nights,' has just closed successful en

gagements in Gainesville and Palat Palat-ka.
ka. Palat-ka. At each of these places this ex excellent
cellent excellent little company drew large au audiences
diences audiences each night. The prices at
the Ideal will not) be raised for this
extra attraction, as It is a one ptfee
house. ...

Mr. T. W. Brooks, of the American

Steel Wire Company, is among the

guests at the Harrington Hall. Mr.

Brooks owns a splendid piece of
Marion county soil at Xorth Lake

Weir.

When your clothes need cleaning

and pressing see Cromer, -the dry

cleaner. Phone 451. 6-9-tf

Mr. J. F. Reitzel, A. C. L. train

dispatcher at Gainesville, Is a guest
of. the Harrington;"

Get a Rexall brace and keep
straight. The price is one dollar.

The place Gerig's Drug Stores. 6-11

Mr. W. II. Powell, the affable rep representative
resentative representative of the Consolidated Groc Grocery
ery Grocery Company, Jacksonville, is in the

city today calling on the trade.

Have your prescription filled by
Beck, and then you can be sure that
It is filled right, eyen before you
commence to take' it. Confidence
begets greater mental and bodily co cooperation
operation cooperation and quicker results. He
works- night and day at the Court
Pharmacy. 6-ll-6t

Your wife is Just as sentimental
as ever, so take her a box of Xqrris
candy tonight. Get it from the Court
Pharmacy. She'll surely like it If It
comes from the drug store on the
square. 6-ll-6t

It now well-known mat not more
than one case of rheumatism in ten
requires any internal treatment
whatever. All that is reeded if 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

OPEX DAY AXD XIGnT

Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot

corner. Meals a la carte ana luucues

at any hour. Adv.

"Alkali Ike," boy's piano contest,

five reels. Temple tonight. Adv.

DR. W. K. LAXE Specialist Eye,

Ear. Xose and Throat. Office Law

Library Building, Ocala. Adv.

Won't 'ron Dlease vote for Tut-'

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nev Colbert in i-TanK s pony con

test.

If there is anyone whom we particularly like to
please, it's the home folks. They are the ones who
are critical connoisseurs. Take home a box of

Norris's Delicious Chocolates f
The ideal treat for the folks at home, for the guests
or .visitors. Norris's Chocolates stand for purity, f
quality and deliciousness. You will enjoy the last
piece just as much as the first. You never get tired 4
of this delicious, appetizing candy.
The Court Pharmacy
(Your Name and Address Here) j
The Drug Store on the Square.

Adv.

Mrs. John Boisseau has returned

from a Dleasant visit to friends, in

Lakeland.

Mr. J. H. Workman, principal of

the Ocala high school, will leave
Monday morning for Gainesville,
where' he will teach for the summer

For first class automobile service

by the trip, hour or, day, phone Xo.

327. First class car and uniformly

low prices to all. J. C. Geiger. Ad.

"Alkali Ike," boy's piano contest,

five reels, Temple tonight. Adv.

$1,000 bought stock in the Santa

Maria mines which yielded ?460,-

000. Adv. It v

Kodaks and kodak finishing
Gerig's Drug Stores. 6-11

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HEADQUARTERS FOR WIRE FENCE.
We have Just received a carload of the Famous SOUTHERN
Wire Fencing, staples and Hay wire and are in a position to
make some attractive prices on it. We are the only dealer
in this section of the country that handle this brand of fence and
have demonstrated in. the past that it is absolutely the best,
strongest fence on the market, and running it as we have in
competition with the many inferior grades of wire fence. We
have had some phenomenal sales on it and made many friends
and customers. Give us your orders, if the goods don't make
good we- will.
KNIGHT Si ILA-fKO



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OCALA EVENING STAR Til tJRSDAY, JUXE 12, 1913

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"The Standard by Which all Others are Measured"
I am state distributor, maintaining stocks both
in Tampa and Jacksonville. Have just received in
Tampa 152,000-sacks, requiring two steamers to
carry, and will have a schooner load of 13,200 at
my Jacksonville agency about the 20 of this month.
Wire Me at My Expense for Price. Delivered to any
Point in the Stat.
This is the largest single shipment of cement ever
shipped into the state. The three vessels are now
unloading, or soon will be,
Order at Once
For ship side delivery so as to save handling and
warehouse charges.

BOARD OF PlTBLId INSTRUCTION

. IR. FULLE

Offices, Salesrooms, Wharves, Trackafle and Yards
Hendry and Knight Terminals

TAMPA, - FLORIDA

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REAL ESTATE AND INSURANT

KttAL ESTATE

Town property, Improved and un unimproved,
improved, unimproved, for sale. Real profit-

bringing Investments.

Small Farms, Timber Tracts, Or

ange Groves or almost anything you
wish, on terms to suit.
RENTAL DFVARTMENT

We have, houses for rent or will
take charge of property and collect

the rent, keep up repairs and pay
the taxes.

INSURANCE DEPARTMENT
Agent for a dozea 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,

IF. E. MeCLANE, M. D.
SPECIALIST IN CHRONIC DISEASES
THE Dr. MCLANE JEDICAL, SURGICAL
AND ELECTRICAL INSTITUTE
OCALA, FLORIDA.
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PHONES Office, No. 333. Dr. McClane's .Residence, No. 407.
Office Suite 1 to 1, Holder Block. Southwest Corner Public Square.

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Leave Palatka 5:35 a. m. ,. ........ ".. .. .$2.50 14.00 $0.00
" Hampton 7:04 a. m.. 2.25 4.00 6.00
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Ocala, Fla., Monday, June 3.
The board of public instruction in
and for Marion county, Florida, met
in regular session on the above date

in the office of the superintendent in

Ocala, with W. D. Cam, chairman,
and B, R. Blitch, member, and J. H.

Brinson, secretary. Mr. J. S. Gran

tham, member, was absent.

Mr. W. T. Gary, one of the trus trustees
tees trustees of the Ocala school, called with

Miss Nellie Stevens to discuss the

situation as to the work in the pri primary
mary primary department of the Ocala school.
An extra assistant was requested
and action on the matter was post postponed
poned postponed for the present.
Messrs. J. F. Parker, H." Rodden Rodden-berry
berry Rodden-berry and Mr. Williams, trustees of
the Homerand district, called to dis discuss
cuss discuss the school house question before
the board. Mr. Parker favored build building
ing building a new school house at the pres present
ent present site to cost about $400. Messrs.
Williams and Roddenberry opposed
building on the present site and fav favored
ored favored operating the school for the
coming term in the present house
and favored building on a different
site later.
The board agreed to operate the
school at the present site for the fol following
lowing following term. Mr. Williams made re request
quest request for the transportation to be
furnished his children to school,
which was refused.
Mr. H. W. Nettles, one of the trus trustees
tees trustees of the Oak Hill school, called
and reported an agreement of the
patrons of the Oak Hill and Flem:
ington schools to move the site of the
Oak Hill school to a point north
which would be just outside of the
Oak Hill district but which would ac accommodate
commodate accommodate the pupils from both
schools. It would be necessary to ex extend
tend extend the boundaries of the Oak Hill
district and it was agreed to at once
begin measures to hold an election

to make the desired extension.
Mr. J. S. Grantham came at this
time and sat with the board as a

member.
In the matter of the Oak Hill
school, the board agreed to furnish
the material necessary to construct
the proposed school house provided
a deed is presented for the lot, with
the understanding that the people of
the community will do the work of
putting up the house.
At this time a telegram from a
bonding company was read setting
forth that there had been a defect
discovered in the district bonding
act just passed by the legislature and
the secretary was authorized to wire
the chairman of the committee that
passed upon the bill, to look after
our" interest in having any defect
cured that may exist.
Mr. J. A. Hicks, supervisor of the
Key Pond school, called and discuss discussed
ed discussed with the board the, matter of se securing
curing securing a teacher.
Mr. O. E. Hill, one of the patrons
of the Marshville school, called and
made statement about a petition that

had been filed with the board in re

gard to the appointment of a teacher.;

It was agreed that a meeting of the
patrons should be called to be held at
the Marshville school house on Fri Friday
day Friday afternoon, June 13, at 4 o'clock,

for the purpose of discussing general
school matters- and making recom recommendation
mendation recommendation of teacher for the coming
term.
The board adjourned for noon.
Monday Afternoon Session
The board met with all members
present and acting.
MrT. F. Holly, supervisor of the
Marshville school, called and dis discussed
cussed discussed the situation and reported the
need of a pitcher pump for getting
the water from the cistern. This
was granted by the board.
Mr. L. M. Murray called and dis discussed
cussed discussed with the board the matter of
handling the school books for the
county for the coming term. It was
agreed that the board would ask
that Murray & Co. be appointed by
the several book companies as agents
for the handling of the books.
Jos. L. Wiley called andx discussed
with the board the work of the nor normal
mal normal for colored teachers that had
just closed at Fessenden Academy.
.Mr. W. J. Crosby, one of the trus trustees
tees trustees of the Citra school, ealled and

discussed the situation and outlook

of the Citra school with the board

Mr. Carter of Leroy called and
asked that the school at that place be
re-established. Action was postpon postponed
ed postponed pending investigation of the sit

uation.
Mr. "NY. T. Henderson called to
make inquiry of the board about an
old school lot that his father had
deeded to the board many years ago
and to request that the board deed it
back to him as it was no longer used
for school purposes. The deed was
found and it was agreed to make him
a deed for the lot composed of one
and a half acres.
The following accornts were au audited
dited audited and ordered paid from county
funds: Fred Porter for work done
on Turner Farm school house, $6;
Ocala Star for publishing minutes,
$2.50, notice of teachers' examina examination,
tion, examination, $3; John M. Graham for treas treasurer's
urer's treasurer's commission, $68.71; Fred
Porter for work on pump at Bay
Lake school, $12.S0; J. H. Brinson
for postage, $6.30; sundrey office
expenses ?7.70; Mrs. E. H. Martin
for office help, -$25; Commercial
Bank for interest on warrants paid,
$36.61; Ocala Banner for publishing
minutes, $2.50. The following were
ordered paid from district funds:
Mclver & MacKay on Ocala for door
mats, $3; H. B. Masters Co., on Ocala
for crayons for Howard Academy,
$1.S0; Marion Hardware Co., on
Ocala for nails, 20c; O. K. Grocery
on Ocala for brooms, $1.55; the
Commercial Bank for. interest en

Ocala, $2. SO; Mcintosh, 35c; Dun-!
nellon, C3c; Pedro, 25c; J. "W.j
Smoak of Fairfield for crayons, 95c;!
S. W. Petteway on Heidtville for
board and transportation of teacher
for five months, $100; H. B. Masters
on Ocala for crayons, 20c; E. C.
Bennett for rent of Temple theater
for Ocala High School commence commencement,
ment, commencement, on Ocala, $20.
The reports from teachers were
examined and the accounts ordered
paid.
The board adjourned for the day.
Tuesday 3Iorning Session
The board met with all members

present and acting.
, A request from the Fairfield school
for eighteen single desks, a teacher's
desk and material for: putting up
blackboards was granted.
A request from the Indian Mound
school for curtains was refused for
the reason that these are not fur furnished
nished furnished by the county. Request for
window panes was granted and the
matter of repainting the house was
postponed for the present.
Action upon a request from a
number of the patrons of the Marshville-school
to move the school to
another location was postponed until

the next meeting of the board.
A request was presented from the
supervisor of the Blaze Pond school
for 4000 feet of ceiling and 654 feet
of framing. The secretary was direct directed
ed directed to write for prices on same.
A petition from fifty-six of the
qualified electors and freeholders of
the Dunnellon district was presented

asking that the county board call an!

election to be held within the district
to authorize the district to issue
bonds to the amount of $12,000 for
erecting a new school building and
other school purposes. The matter
was considered and due advertise advertisement
ment advertisement as required by law was ordered
to be made.
The board adjourned for the day.

Thursday Night Session
The board met with Mr. J. S.
Grantham absent.
Mr. W. T. Gary as trustee for the
Ocala school, called and presented a
statement of the expenditures for the
last month with vouchers for' same.
The matter of an extra teacher for
Dunnellon and a change in the sal salary
ary salary of the first assistant were passed
over until the next meeting.
The secretary was instructed to
have a statementof the financial con condition
dition condition of each district prepared for
the use of the board by the next
meeting.
The treasurer's report was taken
up and checked over. It showed re results
sults results and conditions as follows: Bal Balance
ance Balance and receipts $7153.10; dis disbursements
bursements disbursements $6615.88; balance left
on hand, $337.22. For the districts
the following balances were shown:
Ocala, $.35; Mcintosh, $9.37; Belle Belle-view,
view, Belle-view, $187.56; Fantville, $60.68;
Dunnellon, $344.16; Reddick, $3.09;

Pine Level, $235.14; Mayville, $37.-

35; Weirsdale, $566.99; Citra, $195, $195,-94;
94; $195,-94; Griner Farm, $12.30; Buck Pond

$527.65; Sparr, $3.55; Candler,

$301.03; Fellowship, $142.55; Elec-

EXA3UNATIOX

FOR
RURAL CARRIER

At Ocala, Fla., for Marion County,
Saturday, June 2 S". 1913.
The United States Civil Service

Commission announces an open com competitive
petitive competitive examination on the date and

at the places named above, as a re

sult of which it is expected to make

certification to fill a vacancy in the
position of rural carrier at Summer Summer-field
field Summer-field and other vacancies.

DOES BACKACHE WORRY TOU1

tra, $37.34; Blitchton, $216.60;

Martel, $203.38; Fort King, $158.-

56; Capulet, $233.19; Linadale,

$70.04; Cotton Plant, $395.95; Or

ange Lake, $192.80; Oak Hill,

$52.43; Moss Bluff, $22.74; Fair Fairfield,
field, Fairfield, $64.10;. Cottage Hill, $34.71;

Charter Oak, $163.43; Pedro, $10. $10.-27;
27; $10.-27; Kendrick, $22.19; Oklawaha,

$49.04; Heidtville, $492.65; Pleas

ant Hill, $231.41; Fort McCoy,

$131.59; Anthony, $126.20; Sum-

merfield, $43.24. Total balances and

receipts, $8128.77; disbursements,

$2449.30; balance on hand, $5579.
47.

No further business appearing the
board adjourned to meet in regular

session on Tuesday, July 7, 1913.
J. H. Brinson, Secretary.

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Some Ocala People Have Learned How
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How many people suffer from an
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How few know the cause?
If it hurts to stoop or lift
If you suffer sudden, darting: pains
If you are weak, lame and tired,
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The first sign may be headache or
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