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AT RIGHT PRICES
For AH of the Homes
00ALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JUNE 13, 1913
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WHEN YOU YAWN
A GOOD DEAL
In the day time, and feel dull,
lazy and discouraged, you have
every symptom of a torpid j
Simmons Red Z Liver Reg Regulator
ulator Regulator (The Powder Form) is
a fine tonic for a disordered
liver. It acts promptly. The
bilious impurities which have
interfered with the free action
of the liver are driven out, the
stomach is cleansed and
strengthened- so that it can
more thoroughly digest food.
The bowels are purified and a
regular habit re-established.
It is a splendid medicine for
the whole system, Promotes
a feeling of energy, mental
activity and cheerful .spirits.
Sold by Dealers. Price, large package, $1,00
Aik for the .encine with tlie Bed Z on th tabel. II
too cannot set it. remit to a, we mad by roai 1
postpaid. Bimmona Lner Regulator it aio pit op in
liquid form for tbo who prWer it. JEnce, 1.09 per
bottle. .Lock fcrtbe&ed Z laael.
1. H, ZHUH & C3, Crops, St LoulJ, Ha.
It. D. FULLER
Over the Munroe & Chambliss Bank
J. E. ClfACE
Rooms 9, 10, 11, Holder Block
. Phone 25Q
L. P. BLALOCK
Office Over Commercial Bank
M. C. IZLAR
Law Library Building
. t r
J. G. rimvis
Office Over Nash Dry Goods Store
Attorney, at Lay
Office Second Floor Munroe
Chambliss Bank Building
In The First Place
bring every prescription direct,
to us to be filled. This is the
best advice we ean offer anyone
using medicines. .We have the
drugs, every kind or class, 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
THE ANDERSON PHARMACY
- PHONE 269
fcriVER & MAC KAY
Undertakers and Embalmeu
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
V E. McfVER and C. V. ROBERTS
111 Work Done ty Licensed Em
balmers and Fully Guaranteed.
D. E. Mclver . 104
C. V. Roberts .303
Undertaking Office i . ...... 47
THE MEANEST THIEF
In the World Discovered in the
Pittsbtirg, June 13. "The mean
est thief in the world was the way-
Magistrate Winters addressed Stan Stanley
ley Stanley Eashihan in the South Side police
court yesterday. Eashihan was
charged with stealing the white crepe
from the door of a house at 1210
Bingham street where a child lay
dead. After stealing the crepe he
tried in several saloons to trade it
for a drink of whisky. He was final finally
ly finally arrested by Detective Williams
after he hadbeen thrown out of sev several
eral several places. .
Boardman, June! 12. Mrs. B. B.
Keep left Sunday for Micanopy,
where she will spend several days
the guest of her father, B. W. Fon Fontanel
tanel Fontanel . f
Misses Lillie Walkup, Annette and
lebecca Gist of Mcintosh were visit
ors to Boardman: Sunday, guests of
Miss Louise Reed. -
William Rilea of Ocala spent Sun
day here the guest of his aunt, Mrs.
D. Boyer. V':V'
Mrs. L. J. Cassels and son Edward,
were business visitors to Ocala Mon
day, returning Tuesday.
Mrs. Fannie Rilea and little daugh
ter Frances, of Eustis, are viisting at
the home of Mr. arid Mrs. Boyer this
We are sorry to report two on our
STAV ON YOUR FEET
Taking Calomel Means Staying Home
for the Day Take Dodson's Liver
Tone and Save a Day's Work.
If an attack of constipation or bil
iousness hits you, there's no need to
take a dose of calomel and spend at
least a day getting over the effects of
it. The Court Pharmacy sells the
liver tonic, Dodson's Liver Tone,
that takes the place of calomel and
starts a laz liver without any bad
Dodson'3 Liver Tone does all the
good that calomel ever did, yet it Is
absolutely harmless to young people
and old, It is a peasant-tasting veg vegetable
etable vegetable liquid that will relieve consti
pation or sour-stomach or other trou troubles
bles troubles that go along with a Jazy liver,
without restriction of habit or diet.
You don't leave off any of the things
you .regularly do when you take
Dodson's Liver Tone.
The Court Pharmacy sells Dod
son's Liver Tone and give it a strong
personal guarantee. They saty, 'A
large-bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone
sells for 50 cents, and we will hand
any person back his 50 cents if he
tries a bottle and doesn't say that H
does all that calomel ever does and
does it pleasantly, Get the genuine
Dodson's Liver Tone and if you are
not pleasel with it we will give your
money back with a smile."- Adv 2-4
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.
. .Guaranteed Eczema Itemedy
. 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 Hob-son's
son's Hob-son's Eczema Ointment. Mr. J. C
Eveland, of Bath, III.; says: "I had
eczema twenty-nve years ana naa
tried everything. All failed. When
found Dr. IlQbson's Ecaema Oint
ment I found a cure." This ointment
s the formula of a physician and has
been in use for years not an ex
periment. That is why we can guar-?
antee "It. AH druggists, or by mail.
Price 50 cents. Pfeiffer Chemical
Co., Philadelphia and St Louis. Reo Reo-commended
commended Reo-commended by Tydings & Co. Ad 6.
IIA WSCRIPT COVERS
An elegant line or lawyers' manu
script-covers, in any color that could
be desired, Just received at. the Star
. Best Laxative for the Aged
Old men and women feel the neea
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
Tulula Lodge Ho. Zi. Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every
Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock n
Yonge's Hall. Fort King ave. Visit
or in Ihe city invited to be with us.
I. F. Ballard, N. G.
W. L. Colburt. Secretary. Ad.
It now well-known mat not more
than one case of-rheumatism in ten
requires any internal treatmen
whatever. All that is reeded if i
free application of Chamberlains
Liniment and massage, the parts a
each application. Try It and see how
quickly it will relieve the pain and
soreness. Sold by all dealers. Ad
Buy a Nev-R-Break comb a
Gerig's Drug Stores. ;If it breaks we
make. it good. 6-11
Swiss Couple, Wealthy but .Without
Children, Committed Suicide
Zurich, June 14. Eugene Maggi
and his wife believed to be the
wealthiest persons in Switzerland,
committed suicide last night, their
act being actuated by sheer lack of
interest in life.
Eugene Maggi was only 41 years
old and his wife 35. The joint estates
of the man and his wife were esti estimated
mated estimated some time ago at $10,000,000
while quite recently Maggi inherited
the income from a number of exten extensive
sive extensive factories.
The couple had been married for
a number of years but a childless
union brought disappointment to
both. Last night they retired to
their bedroom in their villa here,
turned on the gas and were found
dead in the morning.
COTTAGE FOR RENT
My five-room cottage on South 3rd
street, next to primary school; all
modern conveniences; possession by
16th. R. R. Carroll.
Two Endeavorers, Misses Winnie
and Minnie : Albertson, were the
teachers at the head of examination
list in the Ocala Star of June 5th.
We leave for the International
Convention in Los Angeles at 9 p. m.
from Jacksonville, July 3rd, on the
Seminole Limited. Who joins our
The Ocala Star recently paid af affectionate
fectionate affectionate tribute to the memory of
Editor C. L. Bittinger who depart departed
ed departed from this life into a far more
beautiful one, May 31, 1911, It has
been said by those who know the
"Star" well that the impress of char charitable
itable charitable feelings toward those "lower
down," is the lasting influence of Mr.
Bittinger's life and editorial work.
We are glad that white 'is becom
ing not only the signal of purity, as
it probably always has been, but also
proper to" use at funerals and for the
garb of those in mourning, instead of
black. Two of Interlachen's finest
young women lately losing dear ones
now aress in white, with" scarcely
any nobler tones in dress and.behav
All of us should rejoice in the
good fortune of Miss Minnie E. Xeal
State leader of the W. C. T. U. who
sauea for Europe a few days ago.
Papers telling of her. good works
thus far in life have been" kind
enough to give Christian Endeavor
a share. Miss seal was chosen one
of twenty ambassadors of the Wo
man's Republic of America to repre
sent this country. Besides the spec
ial event-attendance at the Interna International
tional International Congress at Budapest, the par
ty will participate in the world's
Sunday school convention at Zurich
and the world's exposition at Ghent
The itinerary covers about two
months and we truly hope every
moment will be filled with delight
to the faithful superintendent of
temperance, work. Miss" Neal,
Grace A, Townsend.
June 10, 193
Most Children Have Worms
Many mothers think their children
are suffering from indigestion, head-?
ache, nervousness, weakness, cost
iveness wlien they are victims of tha
most common of all children's ail
ments wornas. Peevish, ill-temper
ed, fretful children, who toss and
grind their teeth, with had 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 ex-pells
pells 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 Philadelphia
adelphia Philadelphia and Su Louis. Recom
mended by Tydings & Cq, Ad 6
CLASH OP RACES
IX SOUTH CAROLINA
Bluff ton, S. C. June 13. At a
late hour last night not an eye had
closed In sleep in this town", jvhich
was tense with expectant dread of a
terrible race war, as the restfhV of an
attempted criminal assault upon thej
wife of a prominent young attorney
Wednesday evening, the subsequent
killing yesterday of a negro suspect
when he resisted arrest, following by
the positive declaration of the victim
of the attack that the slain man was
not her assailant.
The attempted crime occurred
about 7:30 p. m. as the lady was
alone in. her home preparing the
evening meal for her husband, who
had not returned .after his day's
work. 'Suddenly, a negro appeared
and before she could give outcry, he
had seized her, grabbing her roughly
by the throat. Fighting him off, the
woman ran from the fyouse and into
the home of a neighbor. Quickly a
posse was formed and started in
pursuit of the black, who in the
meantime had effected his escape. He
was described by his intended vic
tim and a negro answering the de
scription was arrested by state de
tective E. F. Hammond. The negro,
William Jackson by name, showed
fight and was shot and killed by the
officer. Later the body was viewed
by, the woman upon 'whom the as
sault had been attempted, who de
clared at once that he was not the
When the news of this reached the
negroes, mutterings arose ana things
began to look ominous.
WELL, GET A GOOD WELL
Some people invesjt their money in
poor wells. Get a good one by let letting
ting letting S. H. Christian do the work.
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
N. Traf ton. Bellev!ew. Fla. 4-2S
Have your doctor leave your
prescriptions wit hus, and get the
best. Gerig's Drug Stores. 6-11
at Blood Disorders
Remedy That Has Shown a Most
The word medlelne is one of the
most abuse in ouv language. There
are certain medicinal properties Jusi
as necessary to health &a the food we
eat.; TaUe.x lor example, the well well-known
known well-known torsle medieine S. S. S. This
famous blood purifier contains medic medicinal
inal medicinal components just us vital and
essential to ncaitny vioos as 11.3 ele elements
ments elements of wheat, roast beef, the fa.tr
and the sugars iaat make ip our daily
As a matter fact, thero is one
Ingredient in. S. JS. S. which serves the
active pui'poce of stiniula.tinj? each
cellular r""t cf To"" tn tha healthy
anil judicioM sp-tinn of its own
csseiiuul nuti i.uem. 'i'hat is why it
rc-gen era tea t-ie: V"e;t supr-Iy; why it
has such, a tremendous V Thence ir
overcomincf frzeioa, rash, pimples, and
all skin aiflk '.lor.a,
And" H -;cne-4Uri!r the issne' issne'-S.
S. issne'-S. S. S, has :i ratiivi anl positive anti antidotal
dotal antidotal eftest Ti!tr &U tfcofc Irritating
influences thr; chujo rlin:rna!fm, sore
throat. weu!c eyes, falling hair, loss of
v,-eight, t;;J's. p:Urt cheeks, and that
r.-earfnea cf m-srls sr.d nerve that is
penerally experienced as pprinff fever.
Get s bottle of 6. rf. is. at any drug1
storo, anil In a few days you will nat
only feel brlg-ht srd enerjretic hut
you will be the picture of new life.
S. S. is prepared only In the labora laboratory
tory laboratory of The Swift Specific Co., 137
Swift Bids'., Atlanta, G-. who main maintain
tain maintain a very efficient Medical Depart Department,
ment, Department, where all who have any blood
disorder of a stubborn nature may
write freely for advice and a special
book of instruction, S. S. S. is sold
everywhere by drug stores, department
md general stores.
T TO Tl T1
From Louisiana Tries to Draw His
Florida Colleagues Into
Washington, June 13 Paul Chris Christian
tian Christian of Louisiana, in testifying before
the lobby investigation yesterday,
said that he engaged in lobbying!
against free sugar at the request of
Senator Randsdell of Louisiana. Lob Lobbyists
byists Lobbyists are, cooperating with the beet
sugar interests. Efforts have been
made, Christian said, to persuade
Bryan and Fletcher to oppose free
sugar because of existing or prospec prospective
tive prospective sugar interests in Florida and
Texas. It is proposed, he said, to
grow sugar upon-an extensive scale
in the Everglades.
DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deaf deafness,
ness, deafness, and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
inflamed condition of the mucous lin- i
ingof 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
catarih, which is nothing but an in inflamed
flamed inflamed condition of the mucous sur
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
J. F. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio
Sold br druggists. 75 cents.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con
Leroy, June 11.- Mr. J. A. Parker
bought Mr. El wood Johnson's horse,
buggy and harness.
Our efficient road overseer finish
ed grading the Blitchton and Mor-
riston road to the county line last
week and now is located with camp camping
ing camping outfit near Martel and will re
pair all the roads in hat section.
Mr. JV. B. Newbern came home
from Maxville Sunday.
Miss Ludie Curry of Inverness
came up last week and spent several
days with her sister, Mrs. J. L. Car
Messrs. Henry Roddenberry and
Ollie Roddenberry took a lot of
melons to Dunnellon with poor re returns.
turns. returns. The postmaster at Leroy wishes to
inform the people of Leroy and Cot Cotton
ton Cotton Plant that he will furnish a
light for the convenience of those
taking or waiting for Sunny Jim at
Mr. and. Mas. Elwood Johnson
will leave Leroy about June 17th
fro their old home up in New Jersey
which they have not seen In a good
many years. Mr. Johnson will then
go to Gettysburg to attend the re
union of the blue and' the gray upon
the field where was fought the last
and greatest battle and the bloodiest
one of the civil war.
The railroad boys at this place
were made happy Tuesday evening.
Their rations came after a delay of
about one week.
Our postmaster is still making im improvements
provements improvements in the postoffice for the
convenience of the patrons and is at
his post both early and late to wait
on its customers.
Each age or our lives naa 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 tablets
lets tablets are mild and gentle in their ac action
tion action and especially suitable for peo people
ple people of middle age and older. For
sale by all dealers.
Blitcthon, June 12. Mr.
Sanders is quite sick.
Miss Legie Blitch, her guests, Miss Misses
es Misses Melvine Burts and Sue Simpson
and Messrs. Landis and Loomis
Blitch motored to Orange Lake Fri Friday
day Friday and enjoyed a fish fry. The
other guests were Dr. and Mrs. J. L.
Davis, Miss Mamie Fant and Mr. and
Mrs. G. M. Blitch of Irvine.
Mr. Roland L. Wilkinson of St.
Petersburg is the guest of Mr. Landis
Dr. Blitch is up again after a few
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Blitch of Fel Fellowship
lowship Fellowship are guests of relatives here.
DESIRABLE HOUSES FOR KENT
Two large houses la eentral lo location,
cation, location, aultable for residence or
boarding honaes; one 8-room and
balk, .and one 8 rooms and bath)
either house will aceojnmodate two
families, and we. will rent to suit
tenants. Apply- to D. S. Wood row
or Elmer DeCamn. 5-26
Until a short time ago, scarcely
one person in a thousand had
ever tasted a really good soda
cracker as it came fresh and
crisp from the oven.
.TTow everybody can know and
enjoy the crisp goodness of
fresh baked soda crackers with without
out without going to the baker's oven.
XJneeda Biscuit bring the bak bakery
ery bakery to you.
A "food to live on. Stamina for work workers.
ers. workers. Strength for the delicate. Give
them to the little folks. Five cents.
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
No Doctor or Business Man Can
,, V.lt VV J 'm
J. 3 :y; -
ml LITTLE FOUR gfp'j
Built of Best Material Reliable Stylish Comfortable- and
Most Economical Car to Own ft Will Go Any Anywhere
where Anywhere a Car Can Go.
UNIT POWER PLANT AND SELECTIVE
The Price gQ90,Q0 Equipped
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FRED E. GILBERT O
SOME GOOD TERRITORY
LIVE AGENTS WANTED IX
HELVENSTON & PASTEUR
SET ASIDE I1E HIS
Soldiers of West Virginia Openly
, Violated the Constitution of
the United States
Charleston, W. Va., June 13.
Martial rule In the coal strike region
of West Virginia was described be before
fore before the Senate mine investigating
committee here yesterday, and after
three military officers had, described
conditions, the committee expressed
itself as satisfied as to the charge
that the "citizens of West Virginia
had been tried and convicted In vio violation
lation violation of the constitution and laws of
the United States."
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take LAXATIVE BROSTO Onmine. It stops the
Cough and Headache and works oS the Cold.
Druggists refund money if it faila to cure.
E- W. C ROVE'S signature era each box. 25c.
F. O. B. Factory
OPEN FOR LIVE AGENTS.
OCALA AND VICINITY
OCAlii EVENING &TAR4 FiWUAl1 JTNE Is, 413
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OGALA EVENING STAR
JBUUnser A Carroll, Preprltor
II. R. Carroll, Geaeral Manager
Pert V. Leaveng;ood, Baslneaa llaaagrer
J. II. Beajantla, Editor
Entered In the postofflce ax Ocala,
la., as second class matter.
Tomorrow is Flag Day.
The principal of a Chicago house
keeping school says there are twenty
nine different ways or handling a
broom. A certain bald-headed man
in Ocala says his wife is wise to them
all and two or three more.
IIAPPV. EVENING AT
What has become of the old-fashioned
girl who had for .her motto:
"The Hps that touch liquor shall
'never touch mine?"- Pensacola
She seems to have mammied some
of the new-fashioned ones into ex expressing
pressing expressing the same sentiments.
Alfred Burbank, brother of the
world-famous Luther. Burbank and
himself noted as a wizard of horti horticulture,
culture, horticulture, is to move his field of activ activities
ities activities from California to Florida, and
beginning next fall will establish an
experimental farm near Tocoi in St.
The record of monthly dredging
operations in the canal was broken in
May. when over 1,000,000 cubic
yards of earth were removed from
the two entrances. The greater
amount was taken out at the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic end, where a large part of the
earth removed consisted of silt wash
ed Into the canal.
The Tampa papers complain that
the railroads throttle their city
When Tampa and all the other throt
tled communities have sense enough
to unite for their common Interest,
they can make the railroads unthrot
tie in a hurry: The people of this
country don't have to be imposed on
'any longer than ; they allow imposi-
' tlon. .:
The Pensacola Journal says: "In
the appointment of Hon. Frank J.
Fearnside of Palatka, chairman of
the state democratic executive torn
xnittee, as one of the three members
of the new state board of health
Governor Trammell has again dis displayed
played displayed signal foresight in making
one of the best appointments, and
has honored one of Florida's staunch-
Tom B. Stewart, son of Judge
Isaac A." Stewart, of DeLand, and a
graduate of the law school of the
John B. Stetson University, has the
distinction of being the youngest at
torney in the state of Florida. Stew
art. who will not be 20- years old
until July 20y na3 had. his legal disa
bllitles removed by Judge James W
Perkins of the circuit court at De
"A general convention of turpentine
onerators has been called for June
30; at Jacksonville, "to discuss, for
mulate and put in execution methods
that will enable the operators to
keep in touch with every detail of the
' manufacture and distribution of
naval stores products." The call was
issued bv the Turnentine Onerators
Social and Mutual Interest Associa Association
tion Association which was organized a short
. time ago at .Arcadia. ;
Oeala Eaallr Took a Game From Leea-
burg Sturdy Playera
Yesterday afternoon the Ocala team
left for Leesburg to play a game. They
arrived at 3:30 and the game started
at 4 o'clock- In the first inning Ocala
cinched the game ty scoring five runs.
Harris, the first man up for Ocala, hit
a long fly to left, but it was nabbed;
Anthony walked and Galloway follow
ed suit. Davis then proceeded to kill
the ball ''and reached second when An Anthony
thony Anthony was out at home; Dewey reached
first on an error, scoring Harris and
Davis. Batts went to first on'an error.!
Fleckenstein knocked the ball over the
left field fence for a home run, three
scoring. Roberts then ended the inning
by striking out. First inning, five
Laughlnghouse, the first man up for
Leesburg', hit to third and was safe.
Howell tried to bunt but lifted a little
fly, making a double play. Thomson
Ocala did hot score again until the
sixth, when Harris walked, Anthony
struck out. Galloway doubled over
third, Davis waa safe at first on a play
which caught Harris at the plate. Da
vis stole second and' scored on Dewey's
grounder through third. Batts knock knocked
ed knocked a fly to left field and was safe when
the left fielder Snodgrassed, letting
fJewey score. Fleckenstein ended the
nning by lifting a fly to catcher.
In Leesburg's half of te .fifth it
looked like they would tie the score.
Kennedy was out on a grounder to sec
ond, Merrei out on fly to left field, then
Carpenter reached first on a grounder
to third and took third on. wild throw
to first. Medlin hit over first, scoring
Carpenter. He stole second and Laugh
inghouse walked. At this time the
people came out Into the field and the
game was stopped for a while. Howell
singled past third, scoring Carpenter
and Laughinghouse. Thomson ended
the inning by flying out to second.
In the seventh, Ocala again scored.
Roberts was safe on first-baseman s
error, JIcLeoa was sale on nit to cen
ter. Harris struck out, though he
could hardly stand up to the plate on
account of a sprain to his leg. An
thony singled to thisd, then Galloway
doubled to deep center, Roberts and
McLeod scoring. Davis struck out and
Dewey was out on a fly to outfield
Again in the eighth, OcaLa- crossed
the plate. With one out, Fleckenstein
rolled a grounder to short, who fum
bled. He then stole second. Roberts
hit over third and McLeod struck out.
but reached first when the catcher
muffed the ball, Fleckenstein scoring.
Davis was safe on hit thru first, Rob
erts scoring. Anthony was out on foul
flv. Galloway reached first on a
grounder to third, McLeod .scoring.
Davis ended the inpi-ig by getting out
Ocala was the scene of one of the
most elegant banquets ever given in
this section of the state. "Mine Host"
Gibson of the Harrington Hall did him himself
self himself proud .last evening, having re responded
sponded responded to the request of the rail railroads
roads railroads commercial representatives to
arrange "this special function which
was complimentary to the buyers and
commission men who have been secur securing
ing securing the tomato, melon and canta cantaloupe
loupe cantaloupe business of Marion county. A
more representative body was never
erathered around the festive board.
Ocala feels proud of this gathering.
and especially so that the secretary of
our Board of Tade was among the
honored guests. He showed conclusive conclusively
ly conclusively he was at home among his many
railroad friends and a large percent percentage
age percentage of the commission men were well
acquainted with him and his methods
of handling their business during his
III II '
J ob a UdBt), Kirla Piano Content Fire
Reel Temple Tonight
A feature program with John Bunny
as the headliner in the screamingly
funny comedy picture And His Wife's
Back." Folks, this is a. dandy, arid it
will tickle you to see what happens
when' Johnny's wife comes back. Good
thing number two is a two-reel fea feature,
ture, feature, "The Mexican Spy." This is by
the Lubin Co. and Is an exciting story,
full of thrilling scenes. "The Kiss of
Salvation" is a western picture full of
ginger with an ending that will sur surprise
prise surprise yon and "Caught at Last" Is an an-another
another an-another side-splitting comedy. Music
that is music, worth the price of ad admission
mission admission alone, by the man who put the
"muse" in mu3ic. Frof. Abbott, and
Carlton Irvine, the boy who put the
"class" in classical. Then comes the
! girls piano contest, and it will be the
three years as agent for the Seaboard biggest entry of the week, so don t
at Plant City, one of the strong frultiforget only 800 seats. Matinee tomor-
and vegetable points in the earlier .row, nve reels.
n I V- nT a s A
air Hi; jtav
. Leesburg made her last score In the
ninth when Kennedy was safe on hit
to second. Merrei struck out, and Ken
nedy scored; Medlin 'fiied to, pitcher
who threw to first, making a double
play.' The final score was:
The following from the Sanford
Herald applies also to Ocala: It is
almost inconceivable how any man
living In Florida would be unable to
swim but upon going to the different
-Florida resorts I have been most
surprised to see so many native Flo Flo-ridians
ridians Flo-ridians -who cannot swim a stroke.
We ought to have a public bathing
pool in Sanford where swimming
could be taught, ana every man.
woman and child" who is unable to
swim should be taught this-great art
of life preservation. Think of grown
men standing idly by while two littia
boys struggle in the vwater, as hap happened
pened happened in Orlando the other day."
Mrs. J. R. Moorehad, who has charge
the girl's county tomato cann'ig
movement, asks us. to announce to the
merchants of the city that she Is in
possession of Information as to where
canned tomatoes "can be secured- The
girls all over the county are busy can canning
ning canning tomatoes unde-, her 'supervision
and of course are depending upon our
local county merchants to utilize their
products. This movement Is one of
much importance to the county and, we
trust that the merchants will lend
their aid and encouragement' by using
all of the home products they can.
- The batting features of the game
were two balls over the -fence by
Fleckenstein, one for a homer and the
other for a double, and a long hit into
deep center by-Galloway for a double,
The fielding features were several long
flies which Harris in left field put the
Indian sign on.
'Earned runs, Ocala, 2; Leesburg, 2.
First base, off Galloway, 2; Carpenter,
4, Left on bases, Opalai" 9; Leesburg,
6 First base onv errors, Ocala, 11;
Leesburg, 3; Two base hits, Flecken Fleckenstein,
stein, Fleckenstein, Galloway, 2. Home runs, Fleck Fleckenstein.
enstein. Fleckenstein. f Struck out, by Galloway 10;
by Carpenter 11. Passed balls, Howell,
Davis. Hit by pitcher, Harris. Balk,
Galloway. Errors, Ocala, 3; Leesburg,
12. ; .
Dr. M. C. 'izlar of Ocala and Mr.
Bowie of 'Dade City umpired the game.
The Leesburg people were enthus enthusiastic
iastic enthusiastic for their own players but were
very clever toward the visitors. The
party went in five auto's two" hired by
the team and belonging to" Messrs. ; J.
C. Geiger and R.' T. Adams. Messrs.
Norton Davis, Julius Brown and Bruce
Meffert drove their own cars, and the
team was accompanied by Messrs. E. C.
Bennett, Howard Clark, Geo. W. Mar Martin,
tin, Martin, Morris Robinson, H. W. Tucker,
Robert Adams, Earl Hall and one or
There are a number or good games
in prospect. The Ocala team expects
to go to Palatka on the excursion next
Thursday, and hopes for a return game
with the Gem City nine the following
Thursday. It is now on the program
that the Rlvedslde team of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, will be hero oh, the 26th. Of
course, the home team will be lined up
on the fourth, and it is believed that
the Gainesville team will- be here to
contest with them on that date.
WRIGHT'S PUPIL TOOK
. HIS LAST AERIAL RIDE
ANOTHER MASSACRE ON
THE N. V- N. II. & II,
Stamford, June IS.- Five persons
were killed and manjr Injured, some
seriously, as the result of a rear end
collision on the main line of the New
York, New Haven and Hartford rail railroad
road railroad opposite the local depot last even evening
ing evening when the second secfon of the
Springfield Express, westward bound,
crashed Into the first section which
was leaving the station. V
HLOODV AFFAIR AT BROOKSVILLB
Brooksville, June 13. Josh Lisk, liv living
ing living some ways from here, was shot in
the left breast here yesterday during
the progress of a rally be'ng held in
the interest pf good roads. Marshal
Forrest Burns did the shooting in self-defense.
CONFESSION FROM SIRS. KELLER
Harrisonvllle, Mo., June- 13. Mrs.
Arthur Keller has confessed that It
was she who killed her husband, a
railroad laborer, and their daughter,
Margaret, seven years old, last Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. Keller .and the girl were slain
with an axe as they lay In their beds.
OLima, Ohio, June 13. Andrew Drew,
pupil -of Orvllle Wright, volplaned ''o
death here last evening in a blazing bi
plane. 'Drew waa killed as a result of
a desire to take "just a little joy
ride," hisv last words to. his partner
n a machine. ,he had not thoroughly
The machine the aviator used was
the one In which Calvin P. Rogers
made. the last lap of his coast to coast
flight two years ago. ; v
When In the air but' a short time
Drew shut off his motor and the men at
the aviation grounds saw a red tongue
of flame dart from the machine. The
flash of red at the rear of the machine
increased and Drew, apparently hoping
to land in a field half a mile away.
made an emergency dip in an effort to
save himself. 'The biplane, hesitating
for a moment, suddenly shot down downward,
ward, downward, tearing loose 'the "engine as it
fell. Brabazon and the other specta spectators
tors spectators ran across1 the field to the wreck
as the sound of an explosion was heard
and the machine was torn apart. Drew
evidently had landed on his head. His
skull .was fractured and both arms and
both hips were broken.
Drew was well known in aviation
circles In the middle west. He was in
charge of last year's meet at Cicero
field and was president of the aviator's
association of America, organized to
promote safe and sane flying. Before
taking up aeroplaning he was a bal
Promptly at 9 p. m. the assembled
guests took charge of the entire din dining
ing dining room,' Manager Gibson 'having se secured
cured secured a number of additional waiters
to assist his usual force of excellent!
men In their serving for this occasion.
While it seemed to some a considerable
wait before the good things began to
arrive, but when it did start from the
regular tread of the waiters to the
steady seemingly scheduled efforts of
the guests, there was something mov
ing every minute, either liquid or sta
ple refreshments. The railroad boys
had evidently been grooming for the
occasion, for many second and third
requests were "filled."
The nice little card of the railroad!
representatives bearing the following
inscription with the names and the
lines they represented was unique:
Wishing you "Best Returns" with
greetings from: C. R. Alvarez, Co. Agt.
G. F. & A. Ry.; W. R. Canova, Trav.
Frt. Agt. S. A. L. Ry.; W. M. Cobre, Sol.
Agt. M. D. & S. R. Tt. ; D. A. Denmark,
Com. Agt. Monon Route; M. H. Dorsett,
Trav. Frt. Agt. N. C. & St. L Ry.; L.
A. Dwelle, Trav. Frt. Agt. L. & N.; C.
A Forrest, Gen. Agt. Frisco Lines; H.
C. Get tier. Com. Agt. A. C. L; E. S.
Johnson, Com. Agt. M. D. & S.; J. E.
Long worth, Trav. Frt. Agt. Ga. R. R.;
J. N. Merrill, Fla. Agt. C. B. & Q. ; H.
E. Partridge, Jr., Fla. Agt. A. B. & A.;
R. A. Patten, Trav. Frt. Agt. Big Four
Route; A. G. Payne, Gen. Agt.L & N
J. W. Posey, Trav. Frt. Agt M. & O.;
H. E. Shepard, Com. Agt. C. of G.; O,
E. Straub, Trav. Frt. Agt. Ocean Steam
ship Co.; J. W, White, Com. Agt G. S,
& F.; C M. Tyler, D. F. A., Southern
Railway; H. F. Phipps, C. A., Southern
Those of the city in attendance were
Messrs. R. T. Adams, Ocala House;
Wilbur Cleveland, Ocala House; J. D.
Rooney, secretary Ocala Board of
Trade; J. F. Thompson, local agent A.
C. L; Sidney Haile, local agent S. A. L;
J. D. McDonald Sol. Frt Agt. O. N.; W.
W. Condon, G. F. A. O. & S. W.; R. L
Keating, Keating & Co.
These are the gentlemen represent representing
ing representing the best commission houses in the
United States: S. P. House, M. O. Cog Cog-gins,"
gins," Cog-gins," Pittsburg, Pa.; James Tork, York
& Whitney, Boston, Mass.; C; E. Rut Rut-ledge,
ledge, Rut-ledge, J. C. Leib & Co., Baltimore, lid.;
Harry Brackett, Barker & Co., Philai
delphia, Pa.; R. A. Green, Bender,
Streibig & Co., Cincinnati, O.; J. L.
Green, J, Pratt Carroll, N. T.; J. A.
Murrell, J. A. Murrell, Mcintosh, Fla.;
J. G. Thompson, Philadelphia, Pa.; R.
G. Miller, Rochester, X. T.; S. C. Mayo,
Johnson, Brown & Co., Albany, Ga,; E.
Culbreath, H. G. Miles & Co., New
York, N. Y.; Sam Freidman, Willensky,
Freidman & Co., Chicago, f 1 1L"; J. V.
Denton, Jno. V. Denton &.' Co., New
York, N, Y.; K. Wolfe, "Wolfe & Son,
New York ; W. A. Dade, -Chase & Co.,
Jacksonville, Fla.; Jos. Gentile, J a., J.
Gentile & Co., Cincinnati, O.; ; C. M.
Shackelford, Shackelford, Brown & Co.,
Albany, Ga.; James Leonard Nick
Scliultz, R. L Armacost, Henry Kuhl
meyer, Don L Dickerson, Leonard
Crossett & Riley, Cincinnati O.; C. H.
Dean, Charles Bloom & Co., Cincinnati
O.; R. W. Burch, R. W. Burch & Co.
Miami, Fla.; H. W. Bird, H. W. Bird &
Co., Denver, Colo.; Charges Descalzi
Descalzi Fruit Co.. Pittsburg, Pa.; B
Frank Young, B. Frank Young & Co.
Mt. Dora, Fla.; H. F. Mabbitt, Jelks &
Mabbitt, Quitman, Fla.; Harry Fried
man, Friedman, Kramer Bros, and
Majes, Chicago, III.; Jake. Learner,
Simon & Learner, Chicago, 111.;' 1L A
Warner, Collins, Pratt & Graves, Bos
ton, Mass.; C. C. Wilson, C. C. Wilson,
Owensvllle, Ind.; T. E. Donovan, Ciif
ton, Woodland & Co., Baltimore, Md. ;
J. A. Schwab, I. & M. Dingf elder, New
York; Sam Teague, T. H. Keyner & Co.,
Baltimore, Md.; W. B. Johnson, A. F
Young & Co,., New York; James An An-cona,
cona, An-cona, Palermo & Co., New Orleans, La.;
I. Smelansky, Florida Produce Co.,
New York; R. J. Head, A. M. Travis
Co., Pittsburg Pa,
Here's the delightful menu:
Eralsed Tenderloin Frecnch Peas
O'Brien Potatoes Corn on Cob
Coffee Sparkling Burgundy
Beer Cigars Cigarettes
No speaking was allowed, all too
busy enjoying the elegant repast and
interchange of good will and wishes.
Ocala feels honored gentlemen with
your presence and the "latch string"
always bangs on the outside for each
of you. Come again, come often, stay
long you're welcome.
The success and arrangements of
this auspicious occasion was in the
hands of Mr. L A. Dwelle, T. F. A. L
& N., representing the railroad boys,
and the manner in which the affair was
handled is a guarantee that this gen
tleman is one of the best among the
railroad's soliciting men.
Vaudeville at the Ideal
The vaudeville act at the Ideal last
night' was a great success, and it is
safe to say tha.t everybody who saw it
last night will'want to see it again to tonight,
night, tonight, when the program will be com
"The Country Girl." a howling com
edy, will be the act for tonight"
An illustrated song, with four fine
feature licensed pictures will be the
other part of the program, and all for
5 and 10 cents.
A Little Child Shall Lead Them A
beautiful story picture for the children
. A Desperate Chance Another of the
famous railway stories that are full of
A Moonshiner's Wife A western
picture, the kind that everybody likes.
The Insurance Agent A good laugh
all the way through. :
One complete show before the band
Those who come early will see the
Matinee Saturday, a show especially
for the children. Ad.
We could tell you of a number of instances where prosperous men of this
community were able to take advantage of a good business opportunity because
of their acquaintance and transactions with this bank.
How many times in your life have you faced the problem of obtaining
ready money upon credit? .AvV--':' ':':'-;'-'
Wouldn't it be worth while to choose This Bank for Your Bank, Now; to
start your account at once; to lay the foundation for future credit and success.
The Munrbe & Chambliss Bank is a good bank to have back of your busi business
ness business affairs. v
J. F. JENKINS,
G. K. WILLIAMS,-
E. M. WILLIAMS.
MATINEE AT THE IDEAL TOMOR TOMORROW,
ROW, TOMORROW, four reels and vaudeville, at 3
o'clock. Adv. 6-13-U
HUYLER'S FOR JUNE
AND 11 OTHER MONTHS
H uyler's the best and ever fresh
candy will win "her" any time;- but
the month of June in this beautiful
Southland now abloom with roses,
lends a more appropriate time to
score in "love making.".
See, our refrigerator candy case
General Building Contractors
303 Osceola Street, Ocala, Fla. PHONE 389. Block Northeast of Postofflce
THE VKUV BEST OF KYEUYTIIIXG IX BUILDING COXSTKUCTIOX
we are prepared to Handle all branches of Building Work, no matter how large or small. We offer ouri
services and materials. Carpentry, Masonry, Brick and Stoned Plumbing Steam Fitting, Lathing and Plas Plastering,
tering, Plastering, Roofing, Blacksmithmg, Special Iron Work, and all other branchef of bunding.
We OiTer to tlie Trade Lime, Cement, Plaster, Roofing, Sewer Pipe, Plumbing and Steam Fitting Supplies and
Building Brick, Both Common and Pressed.
v CITIZEN OF THE WORLD
Every state in America will per perpetually
petually perpetually educate two or her worthiest
young men at Oxford, "England, one
of the world's greatest universities.
through the munificence of Cecil
Rhodes, who, though, he died at the
early, age of forty years, left a for fortune
tune fortune of over $250,000,000, then the
greatest in the world and every
dime of which was made out of min mining
ing mining investments.
Cecil Rhodes said: "I speak ad
visedly, and say what every man who
has investigated knows to be the
truth, that less money is lost, pro
portionately, in mining than in any
other business in the world, while
larger fortunes are made in, mining
and in the investment of mining
stocks than any other business or in
vestment on earth. A good mining
stock will pay the investor more
easily 20, SO,. 40 and a hundred per
cent.; annually than municipal bonds
can pay 5 per cent. Money Invested
in a good mining stock is safer than
in any mortgage, railroad, municipal
or government bond." Adv. It
and just tell the clerk "her" address.
T. W. Troxler
The Confectioner, Phone 375"
J. M. BRIMS0N
OLLIE MORDIS MARKET OPE5
The market rorroeny Known as the
Ollie 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
Ad. OLLIE MORDIS,
WOODMEX OP THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14, Woodmen ot
the World, will hold its next regular
meeting Friday evening, June 13th, at
Yonge's HalL Every member Is urgel
to be present. Visitors always wel welcome.
come. welcome. J. F. Thompson, C. C.
C K. Sage, Clerk. Ad.
Kodaks and kodak finishing
Gerig's Drug Stores. 6-11
When your child has whooping
cough be careful to keep the cough
loose and expectoration easy by giv
ing Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as
may be required. This remedy will
also iiauify 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
Woodmen meet this evening..
Will core your Rheumatism
Neuralgia, Headaches, Cramps,
Colic, Sprains, Bruises, Cuts and
Burns, Old Sores, Stings of Insects
Etc. Antiseptic Anodyne, used in internally
ternally internally and externally. Price 25c.
: : : AND :
EVERYTHING IN REAL
Bites or stings or 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
nesh wound, burns, scalds, cuts or
bruises. It causes the flesh to heal
oyer and leaves no disfiguring scar.
Sold by all druggists. wed adv
John Bunny, girls piano contest,
five reels,". Temple toiiight.--Alv,
A sprained ankle may as "a rule be
cured in form threeto four days by
applying Chamberlain's Liniment
and observing the directions with
each bottle. For. sale by all deal
OCALA - FLORIDA
Kirby & Dbdson
Fresh and Cured Meats, "Fresh and
Salt Water Fish, Chickens, Eggs
and Vegetables of all Kinds
North Magnolia Street
The Slickest Electric
Motor for Sewing Machines
on the Market. Phone us
for aj Demonstration.
Ask to see our Stoves
and Ranges. We will Save
Agents for the Stand
ard 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
flUA FURNITURE CD.
There is a guarantee of accuracy,
purity and full strength given with
every prescription filled at the Court
Lost, Found, Wanted, For Sale,
For Rent and Similar local Needs
FOR RENT 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.
. LOST Automobile tail light; lost
pomewher between Moss Bluff and
Ocala. Fiirtfer will be rewarded for
its return to the Star office, ltw 13
"There Is a House With a Bathroom"
was an expression at one
time calculated to arouse
interest, but now, conditions
are entirely different. To
build a house without a bath-',
room merely raises a ques question
tion question as to the good judg judgment
ment judgment of the builder. r People
know that he ha either not
considered or else misjudged
the importance that an up-'
to-uate bathroom has in
increasing the value of the
house, both as to renting
and selling value.
For the ncest plumbing
equipment at reasonable cost
we recommend Standard"
plumbing rlxtxires and will
be pleased to show you the
many artistic designs in
which they arc made. Ask
for illustrated booklet. Jtaiuljsr "fceawrc" Lavatory
OCALA PLUMBING & ELECTRIC CO.
-1 I i i-raJrr
McIVER & Mac KAY
'.' ft i i"r "m&.
WOXT BURN, i
WOXT AVEAIt OUT.
Wonder what it Is? Why Iti noth nothing
ing nothing more than one of those
SIL,ENPID IRON WEDS
that we want you to come in and
bny. They are "things of beauty
and a Joy forever." At the ame
time buy one of our t
You can do more sleeping:, in a nlgrtat
on one of these mattresses than you
can In a year on some "body killers",
we know of.
In house furnishings are In demand
by those of artistic tastes. A visit
here will disclose
THAT IS DECORATIVE-
but not overly dear. Merit is what
wins these days, and It's only merit
that gives us our liberal patronage.
MERIT IX FURNITURE
MERIT IN PRICE.
-J - "" "" 11
FOR RENT Five or six-room
house on Daugherty street. Apply to
Baxter Cam. 5-31-tf
LOST On Sunday afternoon, June
1, a small watch chain with round
charm attached, and the Initials E.
W. T.- engraved on charm. Finder
will be suitably rewarded on return
ing same to this office or to the Flor
iaa ntje ana Abstract uo. it was
supposed to have been lost some
where about Seaboard depot. 6-5-
McIVER & MacKiLY
W, C; BLANCHARD
CONTRACTOR ABB BUILDER
P. O. BOX 46 OCALA. FLA.
HAVE TOUR C R PAINTED
CARPENTER AND BUS! DER
Careful Estimates Made on All Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives more and better
spork for the money than sny other
jontractor in the dtx.
AUTO FOR HIRE Will go any
where at any time.
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 Tegret it. Also bargains in
used motorcycles. Write us today.
Enclose stamp for reply. Address
lock box 11, Trenton, Mich. 6-9-1 4t
FOR RENT orflces la Holder buiM buiM-Ing
Ing buiM-Ing Apply to Davis & Martin.
FOR SALE 6-room home and 4-
room home; lot 120x205 near city hall;
good porches, shrubbery, flowing well;
price, $3000. Take a look at them, 44
N. Fanchez street, then get busy; per perfect
fect perfect title given. Write me quick. E.
R. Damoth, 207 Hodges Bldg.r Detroit,
LOST An' oblong brooch, with silver
back and heavy, odd Japanese setting.
Lost somewhere on the streets In town
or on Silver Springs road. Finder leave
at Star office and receive reward. 6136t
mm U m3kS3&
Call up Phone 300 and Lei us Give an Estimate on Ycnr
AND ELECTRICAL WORK
We Guarantee lo Save Yon Honey on Any Work tn Oar Lines
A we emptr mnmr hut expert we are In poaltlea to g-uaraMee ev every
ery every piece of work we eoaatraet t atand the laapecttoa ( te tmomt
rlaid laapertora. It eoata aotblaac to xet'onr flicarra, and yon are t
wtaoer, whether we aeeore the oatract ur not. Cilve urn m trial.
KORT KiC BLOCK
'& TU AT 10 All isinnnTAiiT niiroTimi iimii &
I inai io Mil iifiruni AHi yucoiiuii livvu
When you take our ice you are getting the purest
ice which nature and science can make and you
are dealing with an 4ice 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 gi ve you service and satisfaction
OCALA JCE & PACKING CO.
o&iiA EtJOKd Star, fkIday, icKE ii ioii
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It is certainly not 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. V
DO YOUR BANKING WITH US
We Tay 4 per cent Interest m Savings Accoanls
Undertaker Smith, phones 10 & 94.
Band concert this evening.
Woodmen meet tonight. r
Secretary Rooney was a business
visitor to Gainesville thia afternoon.
Nunnally's fine candies fresh every
week at Ceng's Drug Store3. 6-11
Mr, J. C. Pillans, the postmaster mer merchant
chant merchant of Electra, Is a visitor In the
John Bunny, girls piano contest,
five reels. Temple tonight.- Adv.
The county judge has issued a mar marriage
riage marriage license for Mr. Mac C. Bryant
and Miss Delia M. Smith.
Meet your bosom friend at Rivers
Haberdashery. Its the ONE DOLLAR
fadeless shirt. 6-12-4t
MATINEE AT THE IDEAL. TOMOR
ROW, four reels and vaudeville, at 3
o'clock. Adv. 6-13-lt
Mr. B. P. Freer, one of Belleview's
i substantial farmers, was in town today
and paid this of flee a pleasant call.
Mr. F. C. Birthisel, field manager of
!the Collier company, Xew York, Is in
the city on business for his company.
Get a Rexall brace and keep
straight. The price is one dollar.
The place Gerig's Drug Stores. 6-11
i Mr. John Smoak, the Fairfield
.merchant, postmaster, crate manufac manufacturer
turer manufacturer and all round busy man, came
down this forenoon on business, re
turning about three o'clock.
Layer cakes, pound cakes and
cookies not touched by hands
entirely machine made. Fresh ev
ery, day. Carter's Bakery. 6-6-tf
Mr. George Gist, of Mcintosh, was a
visitor in the, city today. He came
down in his auto, returning in the af-Iternoon.
Swiss Cheese, Philadelphia Cream
'Cheese, Sap Sago Cheese, Parmesan
;-v:r'- Cheese. : :',
Cold Boiled Ham, Dried Beef-chipped
Lobsters, ShrimpDeviled Crabs, Kip Kippered
pered Kippered Herring, Herring in ; Tomato
Sauce, Findoh Haddock Roe,
Clams and Glam Chowder; r
DR. W. K. L.XE Specialist Eye,
Ear, Xose and Throat. Office Law
Library Building, Ocala.-Adv.
MATIXEE AT THE IDEAL. TOMOR TOMORROW,
ROW, TOMORROW, four reels and vaudeville, at 3
o'clock. Adv. 6-13-lt
BAND GOXCERT PROGRAM
The following program will be
given by the Metropolitan band
March "Spirit of Independence"
Waltz, "Wild Flowers" W. UA
Kiefer. 4. -C.:
Intermezza, Two Step
Trail" F. D. Lanater. r:
Selection, "A Trip to Japan
March, "Diamond Crown" W.
ent he Is Irwataif at T--t-! r iTr-irST.
Flower Song, "A Bunch of Vlofw,- McCut.
lets" C. W. Bennett.
Serenade, "Down by the Old Mill
Stream" Tell Taylor.
Selection, "Burgomaster" W. H.
AX IXDt'STRIOUS YOUXG LADY
Ml Llvlnsston In One of Marlom
Frentot Tomato Grower
When the prizes are to be awarded
for the Marion County Tomato Club
this-fall Miss Mary Harriet Livingston
of this city will have to be reckoned
with as a strong competitor if not a
winner of first honors. She has plant
ed one-tenth of an acre of ground in
the second ward to tomatoes and for
prolific bearing nothing we have ever
seen is its equal. liiere are stalks
over seven feet in height and many of
them contain over 50 tomatoes, some
ripe and others have barely shed .the
bloom. A basket of these are now on
exhibition at the Board of Trade rooms
in the Ocala House block and some of
them weigh as much as three-quarters
of a pound. Miss Livingston has al
ready gathered from her patch eight eighteen
een eighteen crates of fruit, and it is a safe es estimate
timate estimate that four-fifths of the crop Is
still on the stalks. Miss Livingston is
the 15-year-old daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Livingston and her indus industry
try industry in the, raising of such a beautiful
patch of tomatoes makes her the pride
not only of her parents but of the en entire,
tire, entire, ne'ghborhood. The young lady's
photo taken among the tomato bushes
presents quite a novel picture as the
stalks tower over her head, while full
grown fruit surround her from head to
If you have any items for thl de department,
partment, department, call Phone 10S.
girl and sisterof Vrs. J. R. Moorhead
ui mis ciiy, j
and many of 'trrrtTSrmer, acquaintances
and friends will f be greatlyinteestedj
taJeaxnof her marriagrelto Mr. "Fredl
was iiuietlr married in
uaj g ago. I .miss
QtaxiL-Of her marriasret to Mr. Fred
McCutcheon, who is one of Jackson Jacksonville's
ville's Jacksonville's substantial men, altho at pres-
cheon is a member of a very old and
influential family and his pretty ro romance
mance romance Is the conclus'on of a friend
ship formed In Jacksonville several
years ago, where for many years Miss
Hooper has been principal of the South
Jacksonville school and has greatly en
deared herself to its friends and pat
rons. Her Jacksonville friends will
join with her many home friends !n
wishing her much .happiness.
-iwarB tamcriue ana wiiaora levies
arrived on the noon train from a series
of visits with school friends In North
Carolina, where lhy have been enjoy
ing their vacation since the close of
renau College, several weeks ago.
Mr. Joseph Anderson nas the con
tract for erecting thi electric lighting
apparatus for the blck of "white way" iLi,
i:u. w .Bpeecn.
tween v ort King avenue ana soutn
Steadily Toward a Big Fourth of July
The committees, are hard at work
preparing for a big Fourth, and are
making good progress. It i3 reasona reasonably
bly reasonably certain that Congressman Frank
Clark will deliver the oration of the
dav. and thpr ar few mm in the
United States who can make a better
John Bunny, girls piano contest,
five reels, Temple tonight J Adv.
We are making specially attractive
prices on ceiling fans. Get our esti estimates.
mates. estimates. Ocala .Plumbing and Electric
Mr. M. A. Ten Eyck and. family haveA
moved into their handsome new house
at the corner of--3outh Fifth and San Sanchez
chez Sanchez streets. That section of town is
building up fastlj4ere now being
manv fine residences where a few vears
go mere were oniy vacant lots
I Gober of Ocala will also
speak and there are not many men In
this section who can talk, as welL
FRANK'S BIG CONTEST
As will be noted In Frank's adver advertisement
tisement advertisement on the fourth page of today's
paper, the contest, started several
weeks ago by this enterprising house
is attracting a great deal of attention
The boys and girls are all getting bus
ana., the vote snows a great .lncrea.e
over former counts. In today's adv
ertisement two cash prizes are beln
ffered which are well worth working
or. Keaa the advertisement ana espe-
ially that portion of it referring to
special reduction on men's straw
Judge and Mrs. Dodge, Mr. and Mrs.
W. H. Dodge, Jr., and Mr. Eugene
Dodge returned to their homes in Jack-
EJnville yesterday afternoon after a
delightful visit in Ocala. Little Miss
Susannah and Master William Dodge
will remain in Ocala for some days,
visiting their grandparents, Dr. and
Mrs. W. H. Dodge.
Mrs. Godfrey Moyers and children
returned yesterday afternoon to their
home in Tampa after several days' visit
with Mrs. Moyers' mother, Mrs. Edward
Badger and her sister, Mrs. Emily
Mrs. Nathan Mayo and children have
returned to their home in Summerfield.
Rev. J. W. Lewis of this city will be begin
gin begin a series of meetings at Eureka
today and the good people of that sec section
tion section are anticipating a great soul
awakening from this very capable and
Very few were in the picnic spirit
yesterday on account of the cool
weather and disagreeable dampness, of
the early morning. However, those
who did venture forth report a mag magnificent
nificent magnificent time and that swimming in the
beautiful Orange Springs was never
better and the picnic dinner was par
excellent. They returned to town
about 6 o'clock.
Mrs. Raymond Bullock has returned
from a very pleasant visit with friends
in Plant City, where she went a few
days ago, especially to be in attend attendance
ance attendance upon the Holmes-Smith wedding
Wednesday night. It was a beautiful
affair and the social event of the sea season
son season in that city. Miss Josephine Bul Bullock
lock Bullock was one of the pretty brides
I lwenty-one pounds of granulated f The boys' piano contest at the Tern Tern-:
: Tern-: sugar for $1 with nurchase of on pie last night was injoyed by a crowd-
! dollar's worth of other groceries fMed huse' MastersEmerson Sapp and
t iTrinvrt Cnlpman were the voune con-
icash; Saturdays and Mondays-only. .oto.l- -?Vjrtr
J. L. Smith Grocery Co. 6-13-Wlt d2t4th-best nleased with the former. There
wefe superb pictures and the usual ac-
It is impossible to EXPLAIN the companying gooa music, lonigni mere
merits of the "Mozart" Corset, but one
made to order will give comfort, grace,
ease and style. A $3.50 model is now
out. Mrs. M. B. Hunt, phone 111.
will be the girls'
The completeness of our banking facilities is one of
the reasons for the satisfaction among our large num number
ber number 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.
CAPITAL FULLY PAID IN $73,000
H. D. STOKES, Cashier.
CLARENCE CAMP, Vice Pres., JNO. 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
"men pass away, titles run on forever.
florida title and abstract co.
Mrs. D. S. TJloodrow and daughter.
Miss Blair Woodrw, expect to leave
next Wednesday fpr Monteagle, Tenn.,
10 spena me summer, .miss Jtsiair ex-
ects to enter a school for the season.
MATINEE AT THE IDEAL TOM(
ROW, four reels and Vaudeville,
o'clock. Adv; 6-13-lt
fi mwutma Kirn-
!t. f 1
m m 11 W
The Marion County Medical Soci
held its regular monthly meeting in Dr.
Smith's office yesterday evennig. There
were only routine business affairs to
be. attended to. ?
"Mrs. Moorehead will go to Summe
fiall tiBTf 1nrATr .tnJralA the s-lrlq fit
that section in twlrhwHOftto canning
aemonstrations. 4nere are many en enthusiastic
thusiastic enthusiastic girls Vat section of the
county on the jOTOsition and they
will be heard from when the time
comes for award in gprlzeg,
Joseph Jones, a 'young man from
Port Inglis, was before Commissioner
Williams yesterday, charged with
opening a mail package. He was bound
Partly cloudy, northeast wind.
Minimum temperature, 54 degrees.
Maximum, 76 degrees.
Average, 75 degrees.
Fair central and north; showers to-
Mr. Wm. A. Anderson is home from night or Saturday south portion.
college for a, visit to his mother and
his home and friends. He will go to
Port Inglis next week to take a posi
tion with the Port Inglis Terminal Co.
,Mr. L S. Light, our farmer represen representative
tative representative was in town today, and showed
to his intimate friends splendid recom
mendations from Governor Trammell,
Secretary of State Crawford, Treasurer
Luning and Comptroller Knott to his
good work as a legislator. When ask
ed if he would enter-the congressional
P. A. Duranct having severed race, Mr. Light said, he didn't know.
He is the only genuine farmer likely to
John Bunny, girls piano contest,
five reels, Temple tonight. Adv.
his connection with the Ocala Plumb
ing & Electric Co., is now prepared (so in, and as he knows the needs of the
f An 5J .;Jplain people better than most men. he
machine repairing. Adv. 6-11
will be a big factor if he goes into the
Mr. John I Edwards is home from
Jacksonville, where he appeared before
the state finance committee of the
Southern Development Company. He
will report to the Board of Governors
of the Board of Trade Monday night..
THE TROWEL WITHtfUICIl WE LAID THE FCUNDATIOXOF
OUR SUCCESS WAS HONESTY.
WE BUY HARDWARE FROM THOSE WHO ARE "ON THt
LEVEL" WITH US AND WHO STAND BEHIND EVERYTHING
WE BUY. v
WE ARE VON THE LEVEL" WITH OUR CUSTOMERS AND
STAND BEHIND EVERYTHING WE SELL
DEAL WITH US AND YOU WILL GET A DEAL "ON THE
SQUARE." WE D8NT KNOW HOW AND DON'T WANT TO
LEARN HOW TO DO BUSINESS ANY OTHER WAY
The ideal was crowded twice over
last night, and the vaudeville act met
with great favor. Miss Summers has
been in Ocala twice before, and always
pleases the people. She is an actress of
more than usual merit.
Little Master Robert Bullock Water Waterman
man Waterman is very ill with whooping cough
and measles at the home if his grand
mother, Mrs. S. E. Waterman In the
Mrs. T. C. Fletcher and children of
Lake Butler are the guests of Mrs.
Fletcher's brother. Dr. E. G. Peek-and
wife and little Miss Elizabeth Virginia
Misses Shellie and Pansy Souter are
expecting a visit soon from their
cousin, Mr. Clark Liddell, who as a boy
grew to manhood In Ocala but for the
past few years has been making his
ome in Louisiana.
Jiss Margaret Walters expects to
ve as her guest for two weeks In
July her cousin. Miss Mattie Adams of
leou'th Carolina. Miss Adams has visit
ed Ocala before and her many friends
will be glad to know she is to return.
Miss Hazel Seymour of Summerfield
visited 'Mrs. Ola Potter on South Sec
ond street Thursday.
Mrs. Loderick Montgomery Jones, of
Milledgeville. Ga,. who has been the
guest of her sister, Mrs. Port Leaven-
ood for the past two weeks, left this
afternoon for a visit to her sister, Mrs.
Henry E. Schoeflin, at Fairfield.
Mrs. Edwin Spencer, Jr., and Edwin,
III., returned yesterday afternoon after
two months sojourn at Tallahassee
and Atlantic Beach, and the Spencer
family is pleasantly domiciled at Mrs.!
Moore's deasant boardinghouse on
Fort King avenue.
Miss Elsie Hall, who went to Miami
to take a position a few days ago was
taken sick and obliged to return. She
is somewhat better now, and expects
to leave tomorrow for a visit to friends
at Lev on.
Miss Rebecca Smith has returned
from her visit to Miss &allie Spurlin at j
Lake Weir, and expects to return to
her position in (Tamp.4n. a.day.;or t wo.
Miss Ethel Havcraft is learning to
drive the splendid, new car Mrs. Hay-
craft purchased the other day, and by
the way she handles the big machine
there is a prospect that she may be
come as skillful as her brother, who Is
clever enough to make Bob Bmman sit
up and take notice.
Candy lor Hoiee Folks
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 5
Morris's Delicious Chocolates
The ideal treat for the folks at home, for the guests
or visitors. Norris's Chocolates stand for purity,
quality and deliciousness. You will enjoy the last
, piece just as much as the first. You never get tired
r a. i i i..
j 01 Linb ueiiciuus, uppeuzmg caiiuy. ,
.The;. Court Pharmacy ; $
(Your Name and Address Here) :
. The Drug Store on the Square.
Have your prescription filled by
Beck, and then you can he sure that
it is filled right, even before you
commence to take it. Confidence J are carrying a Very COm-
oegeis greater mental ana ooairy co-1
operation and quicker results. He
works night and day at the Court
plete stock of Frank E.
Block's Crackers and Cakes
in bulk and packages.
j NOT a special sale on straw hats, All 10c packages 3 for25ctS
HITT th nnhmsr. antl Rwllpstline or I r- i r r op
pacitageb o lor uts
OCA Bk n AXGk. CO ajL W n J A J A
from $1.50 to $3; guaranteed to he
superior to others at the price. At
Rivers Haberdashery, Harrington
There Is none better than
MATINEE AT THE IDEAL. TOMOR
ROW, four reels and vaudeville, at 3
o'clock. Adv. 6-13-lt
Our S2.50. "Comfort" straw hat is
the equal of the average $3 and $41
hat. Adjustable to any head that's
not hollow. Rivers' Haberdashery,
Harrington corner. G-13-4t
Here you will find
a satisfying assort assortment
ment assortment of the world's
" The friend-winning prices
that we are making: in our store
will surely interest you. .Cold
type cannot do justice to the
extraordinary ofierings. Buy
ing jewelry here means
spending money right.
Style may change but
our high quality, low price
standard of jewelry sell selling
ing selling remains fixed.
! illi I
Yo ur 4
If you want a
snappy, spark sparkling
ling sparkling gem set ring
it a decided price
For your sweetheart mar married
ried married or otherwise a diamond
solitaire 13 eminently proper.
Nothing better as. an engage-
tr.er or birtbiay ring. Surprise Father,
Husband or Brother with a nice ring. We
have p splendid assortment of gens in cp-:-
the-mlottte ettinge t trcee t9
. u;t Ihe th.nr.eit pocixt book.Yoa'
will find tine to euit verToni
rrsn and women and little folk. Call
la now while the etoek Is complete.
l llilil I IS 7
Hi 1 1 1 1 1 1 !P
A. E, BURNETT
SP ivy n A
John-Bnnnj. girl&V piano contest,
five reels, Temple tonight. Adv.
Your wife Is just as sentimental
as ever, so tatce ner a dox or is orris
candy tonight. Get it from the Court
Pharmacy. She'll surely like it If it
comes from the drug store on the
square. 6-1 1-6 1
R. C. MUNCASTER
Ocala House Block
Mr. Howard Younff has a most mag
nificent corn patch at his home on the!
Silver Springs road at Fort King,
which will be entered in the county
fair'- corn club contest.
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.
Twenty-one pounds of granulated
sugar for $1 with purchase of one
dollar's worth of other groceries for
cash ; Saturdays and Mondays only.
J. L. Smith Grocery Co. 6-13-wlt d2t
Phone 108f City Market
bdiiiA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, JCS 12, 1913
STARS AND STRIPES
FOR -'WEIRSDALE SCHOOL
' Weirsdale, June 11. A beautiful
United States flag has been received
from Mrs. Nathen G. Bates from
South Weymouth, Mass., presented
by the ladies of the -W. R. C. to the
Lake Weir W. C T. IT. to be placed
on the school house at Weirsdale, in
order to teach future citizens to be
patriotic. Everybody i3 invited to
attend the flag raising on July 4th,
n F7? n r n
:i W Li H & S"Z3 fi it WM II 1.3 .. O f It I II M
second. with Hi soot id
Mrs. W. T. JPhillips and children,
Sigmon and Thelma, from Tampa,
are expected to arrive June 12th to
visit Mrs. Phillip's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. 3. F.: Sigmon, at Oak Grove, So.
Lake Weir, Fla.
Miss Julia Sismon, who was ex
pected to come from Tallahassee,
June 2nd, to attend the teachers' ex
amination, decided to study all sum summer
mer summer at the normal school at Talla
hassee and stand the September ex
Kendrick, June 11; Mrs. Lamb,
nee Miss Minnie Peterson, after a
visit with her sister, Mrs. Jesse Tur
nlDseed," left for her home Tues
Miss Ruby Spencer of Titusville is
visitlne her aunt. Mrs. Rosa Win
mill ofKendrick for a few days.
Mrs. L. M. Smith left Sunday for
her home in Titusville after a week
or two spent with her parents, Mr
and Mrs. J. E. Spencer of Zuber. Her
tsister Minnie, accompanied her home.
Friends of Rev. and Mrs. Roberts
will be glad to hear that the stork
left two fine babies at their house
1 A 1- i T. t V, tka
JUSt ween, uui Huujr iu ucaj iuai
mother is not 'doing well.
Turner Bros, have shipped four or
five cars of cantaloupes since last
Miss Bertha and Angle Guthery
returned from Reddick last week,
wnere iney visueu rewires u
Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Webb enter entertained
tained entertained a few friends last Thursday
' aTt&mnnn nnrt nlsrhtJ Pictures were
taken and games played in the aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon and then ice cream and cake
y, were served. Right after supper
music of all descriptions was enjoy-
N ed. Miss Henrietta Rabe sang a few
' Esther; Boulware, which were cer-
' tainly very beautiful. Victrola selec
tions were enjoyed and instrumental
music by Miss Boulware. Later on
In the evening ice cold cantaloupes
were served and then the guests
partook of a straw ride to Ocala
Those present from Ocala were Mr
and Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe and niece,
Miss Rabe of Birmingham, Dr. and
. Mrs. F. E. McClane and those from
Kendrick, Mrs. ,W. JL Boulware and
daughters and son Robert and Miss
Martha Belle McLeod.
Mrs. C. "W.Shaw was hostess of the
ladies', sewing circle last Thursday
afternoon. After an hour's chatting
and sewing, lovely peaches and cake
was served by the hostess. All the
ladies enjoyed the evening spent
with Mrs. Shaw to the greatest ex
The children are practicing for
children's day which will be the
fourth Sunday of this month, and we
hope a large crowd will be out.
Mr. and 3Irs. L. Luffman of Oak
spent last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
J. E. Spencer of Zuber.
Mrs. W. H. Boulware, president of
the W. C. T. U. of Kendrick, held a
meeting at her home" last Friday
afternoon. Miss Robbins, a temper
ance lecturer, was with .them that
afternoon. This was the. first meet
Ing and most of the afternoon was
devoted to getting the union in order,
The afternoon was spent pleasantly
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Baxter and son
. spent Sunday in Ocala visiting rela
tlves and friends.
Friday night Mrs. Robbins, state
temperance. lecturer, delivered a lec
ture in the Methodist church which
was enjoyed by She told many
The cantaloupe vines are dying
fast and the shipping season will
soon be over.
The Texas Worifler cures Kidney ana
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, wllr be sent by mail on re receipt
ceipt receipt of $1. One small bottle Is two
months treatment and. seldom falls to
perfect a cure. Send for testimonials
from this and 6ther states. Dr.'E. "W.
Hall, 209 Olive street, St. Louis Ma
Sold by all brugglsts, Ad
CARD OF THANKS
. We thank our many, friends for
their kind and helping deeds dur during,
ing, during, the illness, and death of our be beloved
loved beloved mother and wife, and to our
friends for the many beautiful flow flow-era
era flow-era sent. They shall be long remem remembered.
bered. remembered. Respectfully,
L. C. Griffin and Family.
Belleview, Fla. June' 11, 1913.
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 25 cents. Recommended
Tydings & Co. - Ad. 6
When your clothes need cleaning
3, and pressing see Cromer, the dry
cleaner. Phone 451. G-9-tf
This has certainly been the most exciting week of Frank s Pony and Bicycle Contest. It seems that the candi candidates
dates candidates are realizing that they must get the votes out if they want to win. There were more ballots used in this
count than in any other, and even this time there were only about three-fourths of the votes cast that were issued.
There are now 93 candidates in this contest. We are really surprised to look at the list and find that 69 of
these contestants have not received their first 100 votes. Boys and Girls, this is no way to do. If you are really anx anxious
ious anxious to get the pony, you should get out and hustle. Don't forget that while your count may show you to have a thou thousand
sand thousand votes or more that we started you off with a thousand votes as a "nomination vote." You will also observe
that some of the contestants have not received a single vote, as their score remains at the original 100.
Boys and Girls, you should not loose sight of the fact that even if you don't get the first prize, that you may get the second one. This second prize is a boys or girls
COASTER-BRAKE BICYCLE, the very best that is sold in Ocala, by the Ocala Bicycle Shop, it is now on display at their store.
Boys and Girls, you should bring to bear on your friends that you want to win this beautiful pony and that you want them to be sure to get their votes every time
they trade at Frank's. Tell them that they must vast their votes for you. Talk to the "grown ups" about the contest and tell them that Frank sells everything that is
worn by men, women and children and sells it at the right price. v :
There is plenty of time for any of the candidates to climb up. All you have to do is to get out and work yes real WORK and tell your big friends to help you.
"You get a vote with every ten cents you spend at Frank's. Every boy and girl between the ages of 6 to 16 years is eligible in the contest. This contest is just in its
middle stages, and real excitement has not begun. You have plenty of time to get in and win a prize.
Again we want to impress upon you that if you are really in the contest to win, you must get your friends to trade at Frank's and save their ballots for you.
We count the ballots every Wednesday night and publish the result the following day. Try to be in the lead at the next count. Read our display advertisement and
win for making the greatest gain in our next count.
Kememoer tnat tne naraest worK win oe put in towaras tne last, tnereiore our advice is to get busy ngnt now and tell your friends that you are in this contest
in. Don't wait till the last moment and then say if I had only done this or that I would have won. DO IT NOW.
Special Prizes for
Candidates in Frank's
Pony and Bicycle
We will pay $5.00 to the Boy or Girl who
makes the highest gain and $2.50 to the one who
makes the next highest gain in the next count
of the ballots, which will be
Wednesday Night, June 18th.
Remember that all candidates have an
equal chance at these prizes. It's not the one
in the lead that gets the prize, it's the one who
makes the greatest gain. A candidate who is
now at the very bottom has just as much chance
of getting the prizes as one who is at the very
Boys and Girls, now is your chance to pick
up a little money with just a little effort.
Tell Your Friends -that
You Want This Prize,
and They willl Help
You Get It.
COLBERT IX THE LEAD WITH 3IAIUOX LU3IMUS PRESS PRESSING
ING PRESSING HIM CLOSELY
Friends of All the Little Boys and Girls Working Hard to Give the
Diminutive Equine to Their Favorite
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
TURXEY COLBERT .
MAIUOX LUMMUS ...
J. 1. ROBERTSON, JR.
MARION MEFFERT .
WILLIE MAE LANG .
REGINALD MAC KAY
Carroll Blalock .'.
Evelyn Bridges, Coleman
Minnie Brown, Reddick
Lonnie E. Cordery, Ly-nne
Leroy Creider, Levon .
Alivan Frederick, Oak .
Daisy Grantham, Sparr .
Susa Belle Gloster .'
Lela Hall, Cornell .
Albert Irby, Anthony
Hattie Johnson, Reddick
Willie Jenkins, Berlin
Lila Johnson, Martin
William Johnson, York5 .
George Keeney, Anthony
Fred LeSueuer .........
Anna Lou Long. Connor .
John H. Lane"
Eva Mills, Berlin
Dollie Morisson, Calvary .
Alice Maloney, Center Hill.
Stella Moore, Anthony
Alma Belle Moody, Sumrfield
Veva "Maloney, Center Hill..
Ma jorie Nicholas, Kendrick.
Alma Priest, Anthony
Eva May, Berlin
Kate Rogers, Oak
Marion Rou, Lowell
Edna Strickland, Reddick .
Dorothy Spencer .".
Stuart Sims, Anthony ......
Walter Stokes, Gaiter ...
James Smith, Silver Springs.
Samuel Stewart ............
Florence Schnitzler, Wrsdale
C. S. Turner, Jr., Zuber....
Albert Upthegrove, Island Gr
Elbert Zetrouer, Mcintosh .
Tite Flea! Count Will
iade hy Dislef ereste
Slimmer lime i
s Also Mere
We are now offering all our
Men's New Straw Hats that sold
up to $2.50 and a few that we
sold at $3.00, at the most popular
price ever heard of. Just think
of buying a hat that is worth
nearly double at the beginning
of the the season for as low as
This is positively the biggest
Hat Value ever offered in Ocala
at this time of the year.
LOOK AT OUR WINDOW
AND YOU WILL E.SE
ii JJA1 ril 1 vl JIi u)
I I 1
V : ; ; ; r
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. E.:McCLANE, M. O.
SPECIALIST IN CHRONIC DISEASES
E Dr. MCLANE MEDICAL, SURGICAL
AND ELECTRICAL INSTITUTE
PHONES OQce, No. 333. Dr. McCIane's Residence, No. 407.
Office Suite 1 to 7, Holder Block. Southwest Comer Public Square.
HEADQUARTERS FOR WIRE FENCE.
We have just received a carload of the Famous SOUTHERN
Wire Fencing, staples and Hay wire and are in a position to
make some attractive prices on it. We are the only dealers
in thy 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 a3 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 as your orders, if the goods don't make
good we, will.
MT Ik IAMCt
BROADWAY AND litti ST.
Clean, Comfortable, Convenient and Home-Like Hotel, on,
the American and European Plans.
vccericiA Plm. 12 per day and opu European Plan. $1.09 pr day
- Special XT eekly Rates.
Churchill & Co.