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.
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English
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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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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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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EVENING

FUSMITOE
For All of Ui8 nones
TIIE FURNITURE MEN
AT RIGHT PRICES
Theus-Zachfy Co,
VOL. 20.
OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY. JUNE 19, 1913
NO. 16

Lb

EXGITERflEw

T SPaCREAS

FRAN 'S

THE STANDING OF THE CANDIDATES IS VERY
LITTLE CHANGED
Turney Colbert Wins the Prize for the Largest
Gain o! the Week. Marion Lummus Wins
the Second Prize.

The special prize offered by Frank's for the largest gain of the week
caused a good deal of excitement as some of the candidates did real good
work. Turney got the $5.00 by beating Marion just three votes. His
gain was 2321 votes, making him the leader in the contest by having
8081 votes. Marion got the second prize of $2.50 by simply getting just
56 votes more than Tom Sexton. The gains were very close-as there
were not 60 votes difference in the three leaders.
- Boys and girls, last week you did pretty fair as you got out most
of the votes. You must keep your mind constantly on the fact that if
you want to win the pony or the bicycle you MUST get your friends to
work and vote for you.
Mr. Frank wants to inform the public that no attention is paid to
the dates stamped on back of the ballots and he regrets very much that
several bad to be thrown out this week because they were placed In the
ballot box after they had expired. Every ballot issued from the store
has a date stamped on the back; this means that that particular ballot
, should be placed in the ballot box on or before that date. The object
of his is really for the benefit of the candidates as Mr. Frank wants
them as well as the public to know their real standing when the ballots
are counted. ; 4
There are now 95 candidates in this contest. From the count it
really-appears that about half of them are workingswhiIe the other
half are sitting down. Now here is a pointer for the latter kind: Boys
and girls, you that simply have your name in the contest and are not try trying
ing trying to get votes, you will not get the pony or bicycle in this manner. Tfte
hoy or girl that gets either of these prizes wjll have to be alert to every
opportunity of talking or writing totheir friends to trade at-Frank's and
vote their ballots for you. By glancing at the list of candidates you will
observe that the ones that are in the lead have done the most work and
are therefore rewarded by leading, the contest. Turney Colbert, who is
in the lead by a small number of votes, really had done more Work in
the way of trying to get votes than any. of his opponents. Marion Lum Lum-mus
mus Lum-mus who is second in the contest, has also been a hard worker, as well
as Tom Sexton, who is third. You an get the votes just as easy -as they
get them if you will simply go out among your "grown up" friends apd
tell them that you waht the pony or the bicycle in Frank's Pony Contest,
Tell them how they can get the votes. With every ten cents they spend at
this "store they get a vote and they are allowed it for any boy or girl be between
tween between the ages of 6 and 16 years.
Another thing we want to mention is that the pony given away by
Frank's is a f ullJJeodejcl ;Sn'eilir1 .Eojax -Audi. is the .prettiest little- horse'
that has ever been owned by" any boy or girl in .this section. The win winner
ner winner of this first prize will certainly have something to be proud of as he
will be the owner of something that every boy or girl is constantly
craving for. The second prize is the best "coaster brake bicycle that is
Bold by Chambers' Bicycle Shop. It is now on display in their shop.
- Frank's has made arrangements to get either a boy's or 'girl's wheel,
Again we want to Impress on your mind to get the people to save
their ballots for you or to vote them for you. Tell them that you want
the prizes tell them that they can help you get the prizes tell them
that theymust hustle and go to Frank's store and buy some goods so as
to give you the votes -tell them that Frank's sell everything in the
wearing apparel line for men, women and children and sells it at the
most reasonable prices.
The contest will close Wednesday night, May 16th at 6:30.
The following is a list of the candidates and their standing on Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday night, June 18th. The first ten are the leaders; the others are
arranged, alphabetically:

TURNEY COLBERT .'. . .....
MARION LUMMUS- .
TOM SEXTON . ................
JANET CULVERHOUSE ..........
.L I). ROBERTSON, JR. ...........
MARION MEFFERT ........ ... i
JACK IIORNE
WILLIE MAE LANG .............
ALTON 3IANGUM . . . . . ......
REGINALD MAC KAY ..........
William Avery ........... 1000
Aimer Adcock ............ 1030
Gordon Brigance .......... 1384
Charles Brown ........... 1157
Sherman Brown ........... 1142
Carroll Blalock . . 1071
Evelyn Bridges, Coleman ... 1300
Minnie Brown, Reddlck .... I(f02
Bertie Calhoun ... . . . . 1094
Lonnie E. Cordery, Lynne . 1425
Florence Carter ,1027
Leroy Creider, Levon ..... 1005
Gertrude Collier .... .. ... 1057
Jewett Dickert .......... 1211
Florence Dicks ........... 1078
Beulafi Eastman .1 ....... 1015
James Ellis .............. 1005
Carrie. Floyd ...... .... 1544
Gilbert Flinn 1341
Marion Freeman .......... 1020
Alivan Frederick, Oak ;. .... 1010
palsy Grantham, Sparr .... 1636
Susa Bell Gloster ......... 1325
Cheshire Grubbs ...... 1040
John Gandy .. .- 1010
' Lacy Gibson ............ 1010
Elsie Humphrey .. ....1008
Cecil Hlghtower 1068
Lela Hall, Cornell ......... 1008
Nina Hunter ............ 1014
Vevie Halsell 1009
Albert Irby, Anthony .. 1124
Thelma Johnson ... 1065
Marie Johnson ............ 1022
Mary Jones 1011
Hattie Johnson, Reddlck ... 1052
Willie Jenkins, Berlin ..... 1004
Llla Johnson. Martin ...... 1009
William Johnson, York .... 1013
Whitner Koon 1577
Harold Killebrew 1005
George Keeney, 'Anthony ... 1401
Harley Kendrick ........ 1004

0IYC01TESI
8181
7549
7142
4046
4421
2294
2267
2109
1604
1667
1182
t i t
Fred LeSueuer .............
Margaret Little
1006
1156
1005
1017
1122
1045
1213
1046
1023
1000
Anna Lou Long, Connor ....
Katie Lee
John H. Lane
Eva Mills, .Berlin
Eva May, Berlin ..........
Randolph Mathews ........
Dollie Morisson, Calvary .
Alice Maloney. Center Hill .
Stella" Moore, Anthony .....
Alma Belle Moody, Sumrfield
1Q00
1038
1030
1000
1014
1000
1180
1058
1232
1068
1000
1006
Veva Maloney, Center Hill..
Harley Marsh
Marion Meyers ...........
Majorie Nicholas, Kendrick,
Vernon Proctor
Alma Priest, Anthony .....
Fred Perry
Kate Rogers, Oak
Bennie Robinson
Bessie Robinson
Marion Rou, Lowell
Cevie Roberts
Dean Richey
William Richey
Dorothy Spencer
Maxine Stevens
Edna Strickland, Reddick .
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 ..
1043
1000
1000
1367
1016
1005
1070
1062
1003
1019
1009
1005
1030
1074
1028
1058
1022
1005
1142

BOARDMAN

Board man, June 18. Miss L. E.
Reed was a visitor to Mclntsoh Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, and Monday, the guest of Miss
Lilly Walkup.
Mrs. Burton Keep i3 home again
after a pleasant visit to her father,
B. W. Fantane of Micanopy.
Mr. J. G. Spurlin representing C.
W. Zaring & Co., of Jacksonville, was
here Monday in the interest of his
firm.
Mr. Cook of Tampa was a busi business
ness business visitor here Monday.
Fishing seems to be all the go now
among the ladies here. One of our
young ladies went the other after afternoon
noon afternoon and reported that she caught
thirty-one. Quite a good fisher fisher-lady,
lady, fisher-lady, don't you think.
Your correspondent made a mis mistake
take mistake last week in stating that Miss
Betty McCarley had entered St.
Luke's hospital. We have since
learned she went to Dr. Rogers san sanitarium
itarium sanitarium in Jacksonville, for a Ihree Ihree-year
year Ihree-year course in surgical nursing,
Mr. and Mrs. J. H Reed were
visitors to Micanopy Sunday.
Mr. E. D. Boyer and daughters,
Misses Hester and Rachel, attended
church at Orange Lake Monday
night. The services were conducted
by Rev. Bunyan Stephens of Ocala.
SUMMERFIELR
Summerfield, June 18. Wm. M.
Jones, vice president and secretary
of the Florida National Land Co., ar
rived last Monday for a visit of a
few days.
Do your shopping the day before
July 4 th, as on that day every store
In Summerfield will be .closed at 8
a. m. sharp.
Miss Minnie Lee Carlisle of Ocala.
who has been visiting for a few days
with Mrs. Nathan Mayo, returned to
her home Monday last.
Miss Catherine Dillard of Clearwa Clearwater,
ter, Clearwater, accompanied by little Helen New New-som
som New-som of Ocala were here this week
for a few days visit with Mrs. Nathan
Mayo.
Little Grace Clyburn celebrated
her tenth birthday last Friday by giv giving
ing giving a delightful afternoon party to
her little friends. Games were plaj
ed by the children arid all enjoyed
the' refreshments served.
J. A. Waterman, the tomato buyer
and shipper, drove last Saturday to
Bushnell, to bring back with him
Mrs, Waterman. Monday they visit visited
ed visited Silver Springs.
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 4a
inflamed condition of the mucous lilt lilting
ing lilting 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, whiclj is npting but an in
flamed condition of the mucous sur
faces.
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
lars, free.
J. F. Cheney & Co., Toledo,. Ohio
Sold bv druggists. 75 cents.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con
stipation. Ad
When your child has whooping
cough be careful to keep the cough
loose and expectoration easy by giv giving
ing giving Chamberlain's 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
COTTAGE FOR RENT
My five-room cottage on South 3rd
street, next to primary school; all
modern conveniences; possession by
16th. R. R. Carroll.
Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly
The Old Standard general strengthening tonic tonic-GROVE'STASTEI.ESS
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Ladles

BEAlUTIIFILJIL. GOODS!

SUGAR TRUST

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The Saccharine Product, Raised in
the Sandwich Islands, is Soaked
in Blood and Tear
(By Congressman C H. Tavenner)
Washington, June 19. A land of
oppression, misery, and sorrow that
is the picture drawn of the Hawaiian
sugar plantations by testimony
brought out by the Senate lobby in investigation.
vestigation. investigation. The verj- crowd of men whose leg legislative
islative legislative activities in Washington
brought forth the recent lobby oc-
cusation from President Wilson, are
the representatives of rich planters
whose cruel exploitation of their
wage slaves has no counterpart un
der the Stars and Stripes,
These sugar growers, earning
profits of 50 to 90 per cent and ask
ing for the continuance of a tax of
over $100,000,000 annually on the
American people that they may con continue
tinue continue to reap their golden rewards,
are coming before Congress in the
name of "protection against the pau
per labor of Europe," all the while
they maintain a labor standard that
is a blot on American civilization.
So terrible are working conditions
in Hawaii that European and Asiatic
laborers, deceived into coming to the
island, literally starve themselves in.
order to save up passage -money for
San Francisco and escape, the trap
into which they have been inveigled.
A horde of these pauper laborers are
beginning to arrive in California, in
their extremity willing to work for
any price, thus depressing wages of
Americans on the Pacific coast.
Incidentally, Senator Reed, of Mis
souri, a member of the lobby com committee,
mittee, committee, showed that a report expos exposing
ing exposing this condition was written by
Daniel F, Keefe, commissioner of
immigration, who went to Hawaii at
the request of Samuel Gompers,
president of the American Federation
of Labor, to study the industrial con conditions.
ditions. conditions. The report, ho vever, was
never published. It waUuppressed
by the Taft administiitf?ao. The
bureau of labor sent a man to Hawaii
to get out another report on labor
condition. This report flattered the
planters and was published.
The governmnet investigator who
wrote the whitewashing report was
shortly thereafter given a good job
with the Hawaiian terrtiorial gov government,
ernment, government, while Secretary Nagel later
bussed himself preparing charges
looking to the removal of Keefe.
Senator Reed, however, resurrect resurrected
ed resurrected the suppressed report and brought
it before the lobby committee. The
planters have been proudly proclaim proclaiming
ing proclaiming the fact that no peonage exists
in Hawaii. After reading the report
I am convinced it would be better for
the wretched plantation and sugar
mill laborers if they were peons or
actual slaves. They would be better
treated by their owners.
leroy
Leroy, June 18. Miss Sadie Curry
after spending several days with her
sister. Mrs. J. L. Carter, left for her
home at Inverness Wednesday last.
The Leroy postmaster was at
Ocala last Thursday.
- W. B. Newbern, W. E. Mattair and
C. A. Carter went down on the Wlth Wlth-lacoochee
lacoochee Wlth-lacoochee river Saturday fishing and
caught about 100 bream and trout.
Several from this place attended
quarterly meeting at St. Johns
church Saturday and Sunday.
W. B. Newbern and Elwood John Johnson
son Johnson went to Ocala Monday on busi business.
ness. business. Mrs. T. V. Newbern of Maxville
came up from Dunnellon Monday to
see Mrs. S. W. Johnson, and went
back on No. 4 7.
Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Johnson left
Tuesday noon for Blackwood, N, J.,

where they will spend several
months.
The writer had the pleasure of
meeting the late wife of Mr. J. L.
Hudgens of Mart el when she wa3
teaching the school at Cottage Hill.
:and was then Miss Quick, a fine young
j.woman. Blessed are they that die'
in the name of the Lord. They shall!
be saved. The sympathy of the writer
is With the bereaved husband and
children in their sorrow.
Mrs. Curry and son of Inverness
came up Tuesday to visit her daugh
ter Mrs. J. L. Carter for a fpu- !v
Mr. C. A. Carter is haying his
house newly covered with paper roof roofing.
ing. roofing. -JBdpUBjS Siq 93S O
X-jpsani biboo
01 dn juaM. ujaqMax pajj jajsBH
ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Y. Miller.
BELLEVIEW
Belleview, June 18. Mrs. J. C.
Ligeom and daughter Ethel, left for
Tarpon Springs last Thursdav after
a very pleasant visit with Dr. Bran Bran-non.
non. Bran-non. It is with regret that we note the
serious illness of Mr. .Eddie Roths Rothschild.
child. Rothschild. Under the skillful care of Dr.
Henry we hope to see him up and
around again soon.
Mr. Marion Seymour, one of Has
UgV most popuUr young business
men, is visiting Miss Evans
Mr. jonn brown came un
from
Wildwood last Saturday to inspect
nis seedling peach orchard just west
of town
Mr. Frank Ritter made his usual
week end visit to his family last Sat Saturday
urday Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. C. H. Hatch was in town last
week visiting his little daughter
Vera, who is staying -with the Sum Summers.
mers. Summers. Mr. W. J. Pope made a little trip
to Eustis last Saturday, visiting with
friends and relatives. He returned
Sunday night.
Mr. Chas. A. Tremere returned
Sunday, night from Pinellas Park,
where he delivered a Herr tractor,
and also sold a .gas engine.
The sewing circle girls will give
one of their famous ice cream box
supper socials Thursday evening.
Mr. C. P. Hocut of Ocala spent Sun Sunday
day Sunday with Mrs. Delbert Haskell.
Mr. Eugene Connor of North Lake
Weir spent several days in town last
week visiting with his uncla, Prof. A.
B. Connor.
Mr. Chas. A. Tremere was called
to Jacksonville last Tuesday on bus-j
iness concerning his four wheel drive
traction engine.
Misses Margaret and Flossie Ev Evans
ans Evans and Mr. Marion Seymour made a
little trip to Ocala Wednesday, visit visiting
ing visiting with friends.
- Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Shade came
down from Jacksonville last Thurs Thursday
day Thursday and visited with friends until
Sunday.
The Young People's Social Society
met at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
George Proctor last Tuesday eve
ning.
Mr. Edward Camp of North Lake
Weir was in town Sunday visiting
with friends.
Rev. and Mrs. W. T. Evans paid
Summerfield a short visit last Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. J, O. Lucius and sister, Miss
Lucile of Orlando are visiting with
their aunt, Mrs. George Proctor.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.
Freckled Girls
It is an absolute fact, that one 50 cent
Jar of WILSON'S FRECKLE CREAM
will either remove your freckles or cause
them to fade and that two jars will even
in the most severe cases completely cure
them. We are willing to personally
guarantee this and to return your money
without argument if your complexion is
not fully restored to its natural beauty.
WILSON'S FRECKLE CREAM is fine,
fragrant and absolutely harmless. Wul
not make hair grow but will positively
remove TAN, PIMPLES and FRECK FRECKLES.
LES. FRECKLES. Come in today and try it. The jars
are large and results absolutely certain.
Sent by mail if desired. Price 50c.
Mammoth jars $L00. WILSON'S FAIR
SKIN SOAP 25c For Bale by
SOLD BY THE COURT PHARMACT
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Peace in Peril Until America
Strong Both in Atlantic
. and Pacific
is
(Atlanta Journal)
Until the United States has an ad adequate
equate adequate navy in both the Atlantic and
the Pacific it will linger on a treach treacherous
erous treacherous border land between security
and danger a condition, whirh. fnr
tttie sake of our nation's
welfare, should not be suffered to
continue.
This country has some twenty -one
thousand miles of seacoast to protect.
It has numerous harbors with large
cities; it has .coaling stations remote
from the mainland; it has Porto Rico
and Hawaii, and, for the present,
the Philippines; most of all it has
the Panama canal with the far-reaching
responsibilities which that Vast
enterprise imposes. In "addition to
this great rim of territory; the Unit United
ed United States is committed to certain
vital policies, the maintenance of
I which demands a sufficient n&w?
IneutraUtfThe PanaT.S
j witness the Monroe doctrine and the
Our country has been sinmilariv
fortunate in escaping: foreign on-
jtanglements and it is devoutly to be
Call up Phone 300 and Let

PLUMBING

AND ELECTRICAL WORK
We Guarantee to Save Yoa Money on Any Work In Onr Lines
Aa we employ none bat experts we are In position to guarantee ev every
ery every pleee ot work we eonarraet to atand tbe Inspection ot tae moot
rtgrlrt Inapectora. It eoats nothing to aret onr fl Korea, and yon are tho
rt Inner, whether we aeeure tbe eontraet or not. dve na a trial.

FOttT KISG BLOCK
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FIRE

LIFE
ACCIDENT
HEALTH
PLATE GLASS
BURGLARY. EMPLOYEES LIABILITY

Ocala House Block

Insist on having a perfect bathroom
Beautiful, therefore pleasing.
Sanitary, therefore healthful.
Durable, therefore economical.
And besides this let it have an individuality,
an expression of your own tastes. These results
are easily obtained through our careful following
of your wishes and our using Standard" plumbing
fixtures of which there is such an extensive
variety of pleasing designs.
Let us estimate for you.
OCALA PLUMBING & ELECTRIC CO.
Phone 280

WHITE STAR LINE,
TRANSFER AXD FI REPROOF STORAGE
COLLIER BROS., Proprietors.

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

GREAT VAIL.UES2

Successor lo
HELVENSTON & PASTEUR

hoped .that Its future In this respect
will be as happy as its past. But our
desire for continued peace should
within itself Impel us to take such
measures ot defense as will command
international respect and not lapse
Into a state of un preparedness as will
iDvite hostility.
Battleships, it has been truly said,
are cheaper than battles, and while
the American sentiment is opposed
to belligerent policies, it is heartily
in favor of a navy strong enough to
safeguard national interests. .To this

end. Congress should provide for the
building of at least two battleships a
year. It was the Democratic party
under the administration of Presi President
dent President Cleveland that began, a well
considered program of naval develop development.
ment. development. That prudent policy should be
continued by the party today until,
as we have said, there is an adequate
naval force both in the Pacific and
the Atlantic
desirable: houses tor uext
Two large bouc la eeatral
ration, aultable for reatdeare or
boarding hontri) one 8-room and
batb, and -one 8 room a and batb
eltber bouae will accommodate two
- famlliea, and we will rent to nlt
tenanta. Apply to D. S. Wood row
or Elmer DeCamp. 5-20
LOYAL ORDER OP MOOSE
The Ocala Lodge No. 699. Loyal Or
der of Moose meets each Thurday
evening at 8 o'clock In the Gary build build-Ing,
Ing, build-Ing, third floor. V'sitlngr brothers ar
Invited to attend our meetings.
Geo. F. Mershor, Dictator.
E. L Stapp. Secretary. AO.
us Give an Estimate en Yonr
OCALA, FLORIDA f
CASTER
Phone 420
We Sell
BEAVER BOARD,
Superior to Plaster
or Ceiling In
Quality or Price.
Investigate.
Phone 296

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OGALA .EVENING STAR

Dl( (laser A Carroll, Proprietors

II. II. Carroll, General Manager
Pott V.. Leavengood, Bualaesa Manager

J. II. Benjamin, Editor

Entered in the postofflce at Ocala,

ITla., as second cla33 matter.

STflOXG AND ELASTIC

. CUKUEXCY SCIIE3IK

wtn tne completion 01 tne nnai

tentative draft of the proposed bank
ing and currency measure which Sen

ator Owen and Representative Glass,

as the respective chairman of the

Senate and House banking and cur

rency committees, have been prepar

ing in cooperation with Secretary

McAdoo of the treasury, the New

York Times presents herewith an ac

curate outline of its essential fea features.
tures. features. The Star prints it in full, as

it Is most Interesting to any busi

ness man. The plan is simple and
practical, and is the best safeguard

against the unreasonable .financial
panics that sometimes distress the

country because a 'part of its abund

ant wealth cannot be applied to some

threatened point at the proper time.
Under the terms of the bill the
country will be divided into fifteen
geographical subdivisions, in each of
which a regional reserve association
may be formed. The federal board
of reserve, which it proposes to es establish
tablish establish at Washington, would be

number of such regional associations.
The national banks in each of
these subdivisions would be required
to participate In the formation of the

regional reserve associations, while

state banks which met certain con conditions
ditions conditions and requirements of organi organization
zation organization would be permitted to partic participate
ipate participate as member banks of these associations.

mere win De nine directors ior

each regional reserve bank. Three
of 'these directors will be bankers
elected by vote of the directors of the
member banks divided into three
groups. Three other directors will
be representative business men to be
elected by the member banks, while
the remaining three will be appoint appointed
ed appointed by the president of the United
States. Under this plan, it is believ believed,!
ed,! believed,! neither the government, the
banks, nor the public will control the
selection of these regional reserve
banks, but they will be named so as
to give the banks, the government,
and the public joint representation.
Each of these regional reserve as associations
sociations associations will be the reserve agency
for, the member banks in its respec

t' ve division of territory. State

banks desiring to join these associa
tions and the national banks requir

fU IU UU BU Wii CUtU DUUBllUC IU LUC
capital stock of the association in its

region in an amount pro-rated on its
capital and surplus.
The bill will provide, however,
that no regional reserve association
may be formed with a capitalization
below a definite figure.
No Bank Deposit Guarantees
In each regional district the re reserve
serve reserve association will be the depos depositary
itary depositary of the United States govern-

. ment and the member banks, with
the right of examination of the lat latter
ter latter to ascertain whether they meet
the required conditions as to solv solvency,
ency, solvency, but the reserve association will
not be responsible for the solvency
of a member- bank. This means that
, the bill will not contain any 'pro vis vision
ion vision for a guarantee of bank deDOsits.

Each regional reserve association
will be required to carry a reserve of
one-third to one-half of its deposits.
They will serve as banks for redis rediscount
count rediscount for their member banks, but
only for prime commercial paper,
which must mature is not more than
forty-five days from date of its mak

ing.
The proposed federal board of re

serve, to be established at Washing-
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iuu, win lh; auperimyuseu. uyuu mc

entire system of regional reserve as

sociations. This federal board will
have broad powers of supervision and

regulation. The plan calls for nine

members for this board. Three of
them will be elected by vote of the

regional reserve associations, four

will be appointed by the president,
and the eighth and ; ninth -members
will be the secretary of the treasury

and the secretary of agriculture.

The bill does not provide member

ship on this board for the controller
of the currency. "With the exception
of the two government officers," who
will be ex-officio, all the other mem members
bers members of the board will be elected or

appointed, as the case may be.

Through the federal board of re-

. serve treasury notes will be issued to

the regional reserve associations for

the proposed additional or expansion

currenry. These treasury notes will

be secured by a first lien on the cap

ital stock and gold reserve of the re

gional reserve banks, that first lien

carrying with it also a first lien of

33 1-3 per cent of a like amount of
the gold of the member banks in the
vaults of the reserve banks, further
protected by a double security on the
combined assets of .the regiQnal re reserve
serve reserve association and its member
banks, and finally secured by the
prime commercial paper indorsed by
the member bank over to the re regional
gional regional reserve bank.
Progressive Tax on Notes
To accomplish and safeguard this
feature of the bill the federal board
of -reserve will have absolute super supervision
vision supervision over the entire system. Upon
demand of the original reserve asso associations
ciations associations the federal board of reserve,
acting on Its own discretion, will be ;

authorized to issue treasary notes.
These notes will bear a nominal rate
of interest for the first four months.

After' that the Interest will advance
as a progressive tax as rapidly as 1

per cent a month.

Each member bank will have to

bear a part of this tax upon the addi

tional currency Issued through its

regional reserve association, and the

progressive tax, similar in principle
to the progressive tax upon emerg emergency
ency emergency currency that may be issued un under
der under the terms of the existing Aldrich Aldrich-Vreeland
Vreeland Aldrich-Vreeland law, will supply the banks

with an incentive to redeem the
treasury notes as rapidly as the short short-time
time short-time prime commercial paper, utiliz

ed In connection with their issue,

matures.

The theory of the framers of 'he
measure is that this will also check

any tendency on the part of the mem

ber banks to hoard their cash. A
check upon hoarding by the regional
reserve banks Is also proposed. This,

it is proposed, is to be accomplished
by vesting the federal board of re

serve with power to order one re regional
gional regional association to make loans to
another regional reserve association

on prime commercial paper, under
proper safeguards. The rate of in interest
terest interest for such transactions would be

fixed by the federal board, which

would also name the rate of redis
count for all regional reserve asso

ciations.

SEEMS NO END TO

THE SICKENING STORY

Another Move to Avoid
I'ainter's Insurance

Paying

Baltimore, June 19. An injunc injunction
tion injunction was issued by Judge Duffy in the
circuit court here yesterday restrain restrain-ii'g
ii'g restrain-ii'g Charles Glazer, a Baltimore
chemist, from disposing of the in internal
ternal internal organs of Edward O. Painter.
Application for the injunction was
made by the United States Fidelity
and Guaranty Company of this city,
which in April issued an accident
policy, containing a suicide clause, in
Painter's favor.

GHOULS THREATEN
EI) PAINTER'S GRAVE

FRANK CLARK WILL.
SPEAK ON THE FOURTH

Secretary Rooney of the Board of
Trade has received from Congress Congressman
man Congressman Clark the welcome announce announcement
ment announcement that he will be in Ocala on the

fourth of July and deliver the ora oration
tion oration on that occasion.
This is welcome news, and should
be a greater drawing card than any
other feature on the program. Mr.
Clark has earned the reputation of
an orator. In the old days, when
oratory was more general than now,
he would have held his own with the

best, and now there is probably no

man in Florida who can excel him in

eloquence.

Ocala, however, does not wish Mr.

Clark to consider himself simply a

feature of the Fourth of July cele celebration.
bration. celebration. He will be the guest of the
city where he has many friends, and
where all will honor him for the high
place that he holds in the councils of
the nation by reason of the trust re reposed
posed reposed in, him by the people of the
second congressional district.

And Aid in Making t he Fourth a

Splendid and Enjoyable
Event
Ocala, Fla., June IS, 1913.
To the Citizens of Marion County:
Permit me to most earnestly ap appeal
peal appeal to every section of our grand old
county to join with us in making
the Fourth of July one of the biggest

events in our history. Let us all get

together and make this an event long
to be remembered a gala day in instead
stead instead of picnic gatherings at various
points throughout the county .every

body come to Ocala and have one
celebration, all will be happy, enjoy

and be proud to remember. We Jacksonville, June 19. The sher sher-want
want sher-want to make the parade one to be iff and deputies are guarding the

ever remembered want everybody in grave of the late E. O. Painter in Ev

line, arranging to have a moving pic-jergreen cemetery here to prevent the

ture film made of this occasion to be j body being stolen bv ghouls. The

first shown at the Temple theater,
and then throughout the country.
This will advertise our county and
make the .outside world sit up and
take notice.
Every loyal citizen should respond.
1 don't want a single section of the
county left out. Special train from

Gainesville to bring in Alachua's
good people, all to hear Frank Clark,
who is now our congressman, while
our distinguished fellow townsman,
Judge Gober, will meet our good peo people
ple people and tell them of our resources,
our aims, our purposes, for growing
bigger and more solid. Unite with
us, then we will make a success.
We need your copperation, your
presence, your good will. Won't you
come? We are the farmer's friend.
J. D. Rooney, Secy.
Ocala Board of Trade.

AMUSEMENTS

Amateurs, Five Reels, Temple To To-Night
Night To-Night "The Wardrobe Lady." A. side sidesplitting
splitting sidesplitting Essanay comedy.
"A False Friend." A western
feature and a fine story.
"A Lucky Mistake." A Selig drama
with a good moral.
"The American Princess." Fea Featuring
turing Featuring Alice Joyce, the Kalem star.
"The Peace Council." An Indian
story, featuring a little girl and her
dolly.
Amateurs tonight.
Tomorrow two-reel feature, Burn

ed Alive, by the Vitagraph Company.;

Mcl VER & MacKilY

WONT OCRS,
WONT WEAR OUT. :
Wonder what it Is? Why Iva noth nothing
ing nothing more than one of those
Sl'I.KXDID inON BEDS
that we want, you to come In ana
buy. They are "things of beauty
and a Joy forever."- At the same
time buy one of our
SPRING MATTRESSES
You can do more sleeping In a night
on one of these mattresses than you
can In a year on some "body killera
we know of.

ALL ARE BECOMING
INTERESTED IN MINING

Painter family were informed that
six men had come to the city to steal
the body and that they were in the
employ of a large New York agency.

IMPERATOR ARRIVED

TOWER'S LONG TRIP

Greatest .Shin Afloat Finished Its

First Trans-Atlantic Voyage
New York, June 19. The steam steamship
ship steamship Imperator, the giant of the seas,
completed her maiden voyage last
night. The new Hamburg-American
liner, the largest ship afloat, crossed
from Europe in the unofficial time
of 6 days, 18 hours and 8 minutes.
The Imperator is a $6,500,000
liner, 900 feet in length, 96 feet
beam, 93 feet in height and accom accommodating
modating accommodating 5000 passengers. She dis displaces
places displaces 50,000 tons. Her speed is set
at 224 knots an hour.

There is hardly a wealthy man in
America or Europe, not more or less
interested in mining. The Rockefel Rockefellers,
lers, Rockefellers, the Goulds, the Hills the
Clark es, theMoffats, etc., are now ac active
tive active participants in it.
The Barings, the Rothchilds and
others of London and Paris, have
large investments in mining and find
them the most profitable that they
own. Adv

WEIRS DALE

Nineteen Hundred Miles in Ten and
a Half Days in a lluick

In another column will be found
an invitation from Secretary Rooney
of the Board of Trade, for all the
people of the country and smaller
towns to come to Ocala on the
Fourth of July. Ocala will try to
make it an enjoyable occasion for all
who come, and the more the merrier.
We have had a busy and prosperous

spring and early summer, and it will

be proper and pleasant for all to

join in celebrating the natal day

what in spite of all its faults is

"The greatest nation
In all creation."

of

This week s issue or tne "Country

Gentleman, In one of its special ar

tides regarding the citrus industry,

contains a description of the work

of our ex-fellow citizen, Mr. E. M.

Mote, now of Leesburg.

(Elkridge, Kan., Tribune)
T. B. Tower and wife of Ocala,

Fla., came in the first of the week

for a visit of two weeks with rela

tives and friends. Mrs. Tower is the

youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

John Gehrig of Burlingame, and is

an aunt of Mrs. William Laird. They

made the distance of 1900 miles in
just ten and a half days, which is

making good time overland. The

car they came is was a Buick, model

26, and was especially equipped for
traveling. They only ran into one
rain on the trip. That was in Mis Missouri
souri Missouri and only, lasted about four
miles. WThile at Burlingame Mr.
Tower let the air out of his tires
from three different states. The air
in the two front tires was from Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, one back tire was filled with air
from Georgia and the other back tire
was full of Missouri air. This trip
was made on an average of seven seventeen
teen seventeen and a half miles to each gallon
of gasoline. They were not on the
road more than ten liours during any
day and did not run at all during
the nights. This is a nice way to
travel and make a very pleasant

trip. ilr. Tower is courteous and
entertaining and is just the sort of a

fellow one is always glad to meet.

NOTICE
During my absence for the next
two weeks my practice will be left
in charge of Dr. R. D. Fuller.
6-17-6t Dr. C. B. Ayer.

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Just because a fellow Is a lame
duck, he don't have to go around
quacking about it all the time. Pen Pen-sacola
sacola Pen-sacola News.

IDI CiK

R. I). FULLER
Dental Surgeoii

Over the Munroe & Chambliss Bank

Phone 154

OCALA, FLORIDA
Terms cash.

J. E. CHACE

Dental Surgeon

Rooms 9, 10, 11, Holder Block
Phone 250

OCALA, FLORIDA
Terms cash.

L. F. BLALOCK
Dental Surgeon

Office Over Commercial Bank
Phone 211

OCALA, FLORIDA

M. 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 BELL

Attorney at Law

Office Second Floor Munroe
Chambliss Bank Building

and

OCALA, FLORIDA

RANKER'S STRONG

ENIK)RSEMENT OF MINING

Mr. E. T. Ritch, a prominent

eastern banker, in an article publish

ed in the "National Banker," says

"There is" as much money invested

in mining as in banking, and the for

mer pays much handsomer dividends.

The prejudice against mining

clings to the tmid and the less am

bjtious, only. That mining produces
puicker and greater 'profits than any
other industry is shown by the

scores of millionaires it has produc
ed.

"The leading banks are now among

and there are no greater risks in it
.

than in selling groceries or raising

J. H. BRIWSOM
HEAL ESTATE
:::AND:::
INVESTMENT
BROKER
EVERYTHING IN REAL
ESTATE

t.MQtE DESIGN'S
in house furnishings are in demand
by those of artistic tastes. A visit
here will disclose
L'.MQIK FURNITURE
ril AT 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.

UNDERTAKERS AND
EMBALMERS

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OCALA - FLORIDA

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To Ihs Ycang
Expectant Mother
Women of Experience Advise the Use
of Mother's Friend.
There is a certain degree of trepidation la
the minds of m'ostv women in regard to the
subject of motherhood. The longing to

wheat.

Adv.

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE

OP TRAINS AT OCALA

The following schedule is not paid

for, but is printed for the information

of the public. The railroads are re requested
quested requested to send in corrections when whenever
ever whenever necessary.
SEABOARD AIR LINE
Southbound Arrive Leave
No. 3 1:05 p.m. 1:20 p.m.
No. 9 (Limited). ,2:31 p.m. 2:32 p.m.
No. 1 ,.1:35 a.m. 1:40 a.m.
Northbound
No. 2 2:25 a.m. 2:30 a.m.
No. 4 1:00 p.m. .1:15 p.m.
No. 10 (LamiteJ 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, Wldwood. Ocala. Starke
and "Waldo
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
Southbound Jax. and St. Petersburg
Arrive Leave
No. 9 10:35 p.m. 10:46 p.m.
No. S9 2:40 p.m. 2:42 p.m.
Southbound -Ocala and Lakeland
No. 33 (Sumiyjim) 6:40 a.m.
Norttaboun-l .la, and St. Petersburg
Arrive Leave
No. 10 5:19 a.m 5:20 a.m.
No. 40 12:54 p.m. 1:14 p.m.
Northbound Lakeland and Ocala
No. 32 (Sunnyjim) ... .Arrive 9:50 p.m.
Ocala and IIoinoassa
Leave No. 43 8:20 a.m.
Leave No. 47, 2:25 p.m.
Arrive No. 44 12:50 p.m.
Arrive No. 48 6:00 p. in.
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.nc lO p.m.
CONCORDIA LODGE V. V. OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union of
America, meets in Yonge's Hall on the
second ; Thursday evening of each
month Geo. I Taylor, F. M
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad. i

possess is often contradicted by the Inher Inher-ent
ent Inher-ent fear of a period of distress.
But there need be no such dread in view
of the fact that we have a most noble
remedy in what is known as Mother's
Friend. This is an external application
that tas a wonderful influence and control
over the mnscnlar tissues of the abdomen,
liy its daily use the muscles, cords, tendons
tnd lipameats ell gently expand without
the slisrhtest strain: there is no pain, no
rausea no nervousness : what was dreaded
as a severe physical ordeal becomes a calm,
serene, joyful anticipation that has its im impress
press impress such as our foremost teachers of
Eugenics are striving to drill into the
rainds of the present generation.
In almost every community there are
women who have used Mother's Friend, and
thev are the ones that recovered quickly,
conserved their health and strength to thus
preside over families destined by every rule
of physiology and the history of success successful
ful successful men and women to repeat the story of
greater echievement.
Mother's Friejid is prepared after the
fcrmnl.n of a noted fapaily doctor by Ue
Traded Regulator Co., 138 Lamar I..d?..
' 'write' them for their instructive book 1-
errwtant mothers. You will find tVr
Fr'r-n.1 on tale by all drug stores at .. ?i.00
u bottle.

Weirsdale, June 18. Miss Har Harriet
riet Harriet Simpson went Monday for a few
days visit with her brother, George.
Mr. Raymond Gano of Lady Lake,
brother of our accommodating agent,

was autoing in these parts Monday.
F. M. Black, A. C. L. agent at
Martin, was a week end visitor with
home folks.

We are sorry to record the serious
and continued illness of Mrs. Ritter

of Stanton.

Rev. E. C. Albertson of South Lake
Weir was an Ocala trader Saturday

and Monday.

Mrs. W .B. Coggin and sons, Alton
B. and Carlos, are visiting relatives
in Jacksonville since Sunday and in incidentally
cidentally incidentally took in. the big Woodmen
convention.

Our repair man, W. C. Black, was
in the Brick City Saturday and Mon Monday.
day. Monday. Mr. A. S. J. McKinney of Stanton
left Tuesday morning to join her hus husband,
band, husband, who is buying watermelons in
the vicinity of Alachua.
R. L. Lytle was trading in Ocala
between trains Tuesday.
Miss Lottie Black has been rather
indisposed for a' few days.
The lake near the Rast boat house
was dotted with a crowd of jolly
bathers Monday night, a splendid

(treat after the day's heat.

Mrs. W. B. Coggin was an Ocala

trader Saturday.

Rev. L. W. Buckley, who recently

finished his school course at Knox-

ville, Tenn., and who has been visit visiting
ing visiting his mother, Mrs. S. A. Buckly
for ten days or two weeks, left for
West Florida the latter part of the
week. He will probably accept a pas pastorate
torate pastorate over there. His many friends

here wish him every success in his

life work.

The watermelon shipping season is

about ended here. Only a few more

cars will be sent. Approximately 80

cars will be shipped from this place

and vicinity. The yield this season is

about half a crop, but the prices

have ranged fair and many of our

truckers have realized satisfactory

returns.

Mrs. J. L. Leitner and daughter,

Miss Florence, of Ocala, came Tues

day evening to visit with Mr. Leitner,
who is in charge of the sawmill at

South Lake.

Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Foss of South

Lake took the early train Wednesday

for a visit in Massachusetts, their

former home.

Several recent bidders for the finny
tribe in our beautiful lake have come

in full-handed.

McIVER & Mac KAY
OCALA, FLORIDA

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

W. C, BLANGHARD
CONTRACTOR' AND BUILDER
PLANS -FURNISHED
ON APPIilCATIOW
P. O. BOX 48 OCALA FLA
HAVE YOUR CR PAINTED

M'lYER t MAG KAY
Funeral Directors

Undertakers and Embalmei

Fine Gaskets and Burial Robes

O. E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
Funeral Directors
4.11 Work Done by Licensed Era
balmers and Fully Guaranteed.

PHONES:
It. E. Mclver ........
C- V. Roberts.
Undertaking Office .

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"Queen of Sea Routes''

SIERCIIAXTS & MINERS, TRANS.
JACKSONVILLE TO

CO.

Saannah, Baltimore, Philadelphia,

Boston and Providence

Fine steamers; best service ; low
f-res; wireless telegraph. Through
tickets to and from principal points.
Sen4 for booklet.
II. C AVERT, Agent,
Jacksonville. Fla.
L. D. JONES. C. A..
Seminole Hotel, Jacksonville, Fla.
"Finest Coamtflw Trio la the World

Mr. R. D. Douglass and Miss Lil

lian Russell o York, Marion county,

were united in marriage in Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville Sunday, June 15th, Rev. J. J

Cloar, pastor of the First Baptist

church, officiating. Gainesville Sun.

"THE STORE ACCOOIODATING"
Is the popular designation of the An

derson Pharmacy. By the way, have
you tried their famous Olive Oil and

Spices? A glance at their north win
dow this week is in itself a treat.
6-16-6t

OL.LIE 3IGRDI5' MARKET OPE

. The market Tormeny Known as the

Ollie Mordls la now open. Will keep on
and a supply of fresh meats and flsn.
Orders by phone will receive prompt
ttentIon. Phone number 315. Come
to the old stand and be treated right
Yours respectfully.
Ad. OLXJE MORDIS.

OCALA ICE & PACKING CO.

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BROADWAY AND 11th ST.
Union Square
NEW YORK

Clean, Comfortable, Convenient and Home-Like Hotel, on

the American and European Plans.
oe"'.M.u Plan. $2 per day and up. European Flan. 11.00 pr dap aa4
Special W eekly Rates
Churchill & Go.

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JACKSONVILLE'S FINEST
AND

FLORIDA'S LARGEST AND BEST YEAR ROUND HOTEL
The Hotel you take your Mother, Wife or
Sister to.
HOME HOTEL OF THE STATF
RATES
EUROPEAN PLAN $1.50 PER DAY AND UPWARD
A. F. WILSON, Ass'l Mgr. TU0S. IU. WILSON, Prop, and Mgr
JACKSONVILLE FLA:

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Mr. C. A. Tremere of Belleview,
state agent for the Herr traction en engine,
gine, engine, was in town yesterday and
spoke of his trip to South Florida.
Mr. Tremere went to Pinellas Park
to deliver a Herr tractor, and from
there to St. Petersburg, where he
sold a large gasoline engine. Mr.
Tremere met Mr. J. A. Gardner in

Tampa. Mr. Gardner had just dispos-i
ed of his electric ligthing plant at'
Fort Myers for $15T),000. Mr. Gard-
ner has two other big plants to sell,'
one of them in Cuba. He was un

loading a $4,000 electric automobile
for his own use in Tampa, the first
one to come to that city. Ttmpa

Tribune.

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ICetnalgia, Headaches, Cramps,
Colic, Sprains, Bruises, Cuts and
Bcm?, Old Sores, Stings of Insects
Etc. Afitlseplle Anodyar, used in internally
ternally internally and externally. Price 25c.

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Want a Clerk
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Want to Sell a Carnage
Want to Sell Town Property
Want to Sell Your Groceries
Want to Sell Your Hardware
Want Customers for Anything
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Advertising is the Way to Success
Advertising Brings Customers
Advertising Keeps Customers
Advertising Insures Success
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It is the ambition 'of every father to see his boy
some day securely fixed in a nice business. If you
save money for no other purpose, why not begin now
putting money in the bank for YOUR BOY'S FUTURE?
Perhaps that same money that will set your boy up
in business will make a comfortable old age for you.
DO YOUR BANKING WITH US
We Pay 4 per cent Interest on Savings Accounts

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Use Armour's

Fertilizer

WE HAVE A SHIPMENT JUST IN
50, 100 and 200 pound bagis
Order a bag to-day, now is
the time.

OCALA,
Pliones

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YOU WON'T GET "PINCHED" WHEN YOU BUY YOUR
HARDWARE I ROM US. WE SQUEFZE OUR PRICES DOWN
WHEN WE MARK OUR GOODS.
WE DON'T WANT TO MAKE A TUS TULL OF MONEY THE
FIRST TIME YOU DEAL WITH IS. WE PREFER THE SLOW,
SURE, HONEST METHOD CF FILLING OUR TUB WITH MANY
LITTLE DROPS, i

Piiriii lariware Co-,

Ocala? Fla. ; Phone 118.

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Inspector Titcomb is at the Harrington.

Undertaker Smith, phones 10 & 94.
Palm Beach $9.00 suits at Water Waterman's
man's Waterman's for $8.00. 6-20-2tw
DR. W. K. IiAXE Specialist Eye,
Kar, Nose and Throat. Office Law
Library Building, Ocala. Adv.
Try our ice cold buttermilk. Re Received
ceived Received daily from the Ocala Heights
Dairy. Gerig's Drugstore. 6-17-tf
Don't forget that the Riverside
ball team will be here for a game
with Oeala next Thursday.
For tan and sunburn use Dike's
Peroxide Cream it is without an
equal. Court Pharmacy. 6-19-6t
Mr. E. P. Martin is now writing
life insurance for- the Metropolitan
Life Company.
Mr. J. H. Bullock of Jacksonville,
a nephew of Judge W. S. Bullock of
Ocala, is a guest of the Harrington.
About half a hundred Ocalans ac accompanied
companied accompanied the ball team to Palatka
this morning.
Mr. C. B. McNair of Jacksonville, Jacksonville,-one
one Jacksonville,-one of the receivers for E. P. Rents
and E. P. Rentz & Sons, was in town
last
tght-n-gtiesrDf-th0.iIarrin&ton.
yThe city has piped water to the
baseball park a most necessary im
provement, ana one tor wnicn tne
JL
coiftreUaien should' becojnmen4
This will be amateur evening at
the Temple, and all who attend can
be sure of two hours of splendid
amusement.
The Finest Salad can be made only
with the best QUve Oil. The sweet sweetest
est sweetest we. have ever tried may be had
at the Anderson Pharmacy. Phono
269 for prompt delivery. 6-16-6t
Why worry during these hot days
with baking your picnic cakes when
Carter's Bakery makes them every!
day? Pound cake, layer cakes, mac macaroons,
aroons, macaroons, etc., always on hand. Try
us. 6-17-tf
Mr. P. A. Durand having severed
his connection with the Ocala Plumb Plumbing
ing Plumbing & Electric Co., is now prepared
o do plumbing, tinning -and sewing
machine repairing. Adv. 6-13-3t
Mr. Geo. W. Martin is having
great success in selling books in this
territory. "Tex" handles only the
jest, and has some fine propositions.
Op a recent visit to Gainesville, he
sold a set of books to President Mur-
phree of the University of Florida,
than whom no one knows a literary
bargain better.
It is impossible to EXPLAIN the
merits of the "Modart" corset, but
one made to order will give comfort,
grace, ease and style. A $3.50 model
is now out. Mrs. B. M. Hunt, phone
111. 6-13-tf
Reger's Flower Drops fifty times
the strength of .ordinary perfumery.
We have it at the Court Pharmacy.
Adv. 6-19-6t
Melba's Flower Oil Concretes, the
daintiest of perfumery, at the Court
Pharmacy. 6196t
Superintendent Caldwell is having
the electric light poles painted in
white and aubdued color. This will
preserve the poles as well as make
them look better.
Those who left pictures for fram
ing with the Ocala News Co. are re
quested to call promptly on Murray
& Company and claim them. Sale on
next week and they may get lost. For
particulars of sale see Saturday's
papers. 6-19-2td
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Coe, who came
here from California a year ago and
own a pretty, home and forty acres
of land adjoining the golf links on
the east, left today for Rerlands,
Calif., where they will remain for
about a. year while Mr. Coe carries
out a contract he has entered into.
They will then return to Ocala, as
they are very much pleased with this
city and their investment here.
DR. J. HARRY WALTERS
Office Telephone 78
Residence Telephone 495
Adv-6-lS-tf
With Sheriff Galloway at Invert
ness and Deputies Smith and Osteen
off on the excursion, Deputy West
was high sheriff of Marion county
for awhile todaf. Calvin had a gun
"half as long-gs hlmsetf-and declared
he would keep the peace if he bcl
uo ngnt ror it.
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
Each age ot our lives has 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
tion and especially suitable tor peo-
nle of middle age and older. For
sale by all dealers. Ad
For first class automobile service
by the trip, hour or day, phone No.
327. First class ear and 'uniformly
low prices to all. J. C. Geiger- Ad.

The boy scouts held a council at
the Board of Trade rooms Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday afternoon and furthered the
plans of their useful organization.
Seventeen were- enrolled, and more
promised. Manuals were ordered and
plans made for ahike to Silver
Springs next Tuesday. The boys will
meet at the home of Rev. Bunyan

Stephens at a. m., hike to the
springs, have a good time all day,
and return in the afternoon. Mr.
Stephens will command with Mr.
Clifford Peabody for aid, and they
will teach the boys much that is use
ful. All Ocala parents should sup
port this movement.
BAND CONCERT PROGRAM
The following program will be
given by the Metropolitan Band to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow evening at 8:15 o'clock: v-
"Star Spangled Banner.".
March, "Emblem of Liberty" B.
J. Hollowell.
Overture, "Lustspiel" Keler Bela.
Serenade, "Dreaming" J. A.
Dailey.
Medley, "Echoes from the Opera"
Mackie-Beyer.
Intermission.
March, "The Operator" Walter
Needs.
Indian novelty, "Big Chief Battle
Axe" T. S. Allen.
Medley, two-step, "I'm Going Back
to Dixie" Wm. Schulz.
Selection, "King Dodo" W. H.
Mackie. A. E. Gerig, Director.
The Star was very glad this morn morning
ing morning to receive a call from its honor-
friend, Louis V. Duval, who ar-
nveu in ucaia yesieraay aiternoon
from Long Grove, Ky., where he has
been recuperating since last autumn.
Mr. Duval is looking very well, and
his Ocala friends have reason to hope 5
that his health will be so firmly es established
tablished established by tool .weather that he
Ocala misses him and his charming
and. accomplished wife. He is only

: f 1 m, l8Se8 clIfford and Mildred Pyles.H
here for. a short visit, and will leaver- t , r
. . V I Virginia Sistrunk and Blair Wood-

i ri r 1 iJ
While in. Ocala, Mr. Duval Is Ahe
guest of
Hocker.
Mr. and Mrs
William
MORK THAN ONE 3HLLIOX
' TO EACH lOOO PERSON?
Colorado Springs with a popula-!
tion of about 33,000' is the home of ;
forty millionaires. All are mining!
men and are known to have made
tneir money in mining. Except in
oil companies, mining is the only
legitimate business where small in investments
vestments investments yield great wealth, or
where persons of small n?ans have
hardly any chance to become rich.
Adv.
WEATHER FORECAST
Probably fair and
and Friday,
warm tonight
UNCLASSIFIED ADS.
Lost, Found, Wanted, For Sale,
For Rent and Similar Local Heeds
WANTED A position in hotel or
restaurant as chef; thoroughly relia reliable
ble reliable and competent. Would accept
position in private family where wife
could take charge of housekeeper's
duties. Address "Chef" care of the
Star. 6-14-3t
FOR RENT My hve-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 Five or six-room
house on Daugherty street. Apply to
Baxter Carn. 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 returning
ing returning same to this office or to the Flor
ida Title and Abstract Co. It was
supposed to have been lost some
where about Seaboard depot. 6-5-
AUTO FOR HIRE Will go .any
where at any time. Phone 21. 6-5-6t
FOR SALE 1913 model motor
cycles and motor boats at bargain
prices, all makes, brand new ma
chines, 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. 6-9-1U
FOR RENT Offices a Holder build
lng. Apply to Davis & Martin.
'FOR SALE 8-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". 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
FOUXD A child's white sweater
was found at the courthouse Friday
night after the band concert. Owner
can have same by calling at this of
fice.
WANTED $1000 at once on
Ocala real estate: security worth
$10,000. Apply to or address B.-4,
care Star, city. 6-16-6td
LOST An oblong brooch with silveT
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. C13Ct

1

1

If yon have any Items for thia de

partment, call Phone 101.
Thursday afternoon and every everybody's
body's everybody's happy. Many are at Palatka
for the ball game and yacht club
dance tonight. Several have planned
picnic suppers for some- moonlit
stream or shady dell. Others are at
Lake Weir to bathe in its limpid wa waters
ters waters or sail across its cool surface,
and others oh, well, there are
others happy, too.
Wednesday evening Misses Gladys
Wallis and Alice Sexton were host hostesses"
esses" hostesses" at a lardy party given at the
home of Miss WaflTi mother, Mrs. T.
H. Wallis on SoutTihrd street Miss
Wallis and Miss Sexton received their
guests on the lawn, which was light lighted
ed lighted by dozens of Japanese lanterns.
In zy-nook-rasaceheTunch
bowl banked around with fragrant
pink blossoms. No one especially
presided here as it was always in
readiness and the guests helped
themselves. The lower floor of the
house was opened for dancing until
11 o'clock, when refreshments were
served. A unique way of choosing
your supper partner was the divis division
ion division of boys and girls. From behind a
drawn curtain masculine' feet appear appeared,
ed, appeared, and the trick was to guess cor correctly
rectly correctly to whom those feet belonged.
It was loads of fun. After all were
chosen, an ice course was served.
Then a college romance was enjoyed
for an hour, the questions and an answers
swers answers being well known colleges.
This was in every detail a most beau beautiful
tiful beautiful party given by two of Ocala's
sweet young school girls and their
seventy-five friends were sorry to
leave when the hour of parting
came. Assisting Miss Wallis in mak
ing her daughter's party such a suc
cess were Mrs. Sexton, Miss Vic Ray Ray-sor,
sor, Ray-sor, Miss Gertie Peyser and little
Miss Nellie Wallis.
irow' chaperoned ay Air. and Mrs. D
0 txta ,-HJL
,S. Woodrow, formwa jolly party go-
mg to Palatka todiy, They will re
main to attend the beautiful dance
given tonight by the members of the
Palatka Athletic Club,
Master Theodore Turnley after a
pleasant week in the city visiting his
grandmother, Mrs. F. R. Gary, left
this afternoon for Dade City to spend
a few da3rs with his friend, Ray Cole-
man.
It is with sincere regret that the
Ocala friends of Mrs. J. P. Hilburn
learn of hr serious illness at her
home In Tallahassee. -Her illness Is
considered extremely critical and
her relatives have been summoned to
her bedside.
Wednesday atfernoon the members
of the Loyal Temperance Legion
their regular meeting in the Juni
Civic League park. After the regu
lar business session a royal good
time was had under the chaperonage
of Mrs. G. W. Martin and Mrs. C. N.
Kirkland. Miss Sara Pearl Martin
also assisted the children in their
fun.
The friends of Mrs. H. L. Holmes
will regret to learn of her continued
llness at the home of her mother,
Mrs. Wm. Sinclair, in his city. Mrs.
Holmes' children, Master Sinclair
and Miss Beatrice, were taken to
Canaveral yesterday to be with their
ather until their mother is fully re
covered.
Mrs. E. H. Swain of Anthony was
in the city yesterday on a shipping
rip.
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Rentz leave in
a few days for Waynesville, N. C, to
remaii several weeks.
Mrs. J. J. McCranie and children
are visiting relatives at Waldo.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Clayton de
lightfully entertained at six o'clock
dinner last night in honor of Mrs.
Holder of Ocala, who has large in
terests here, being one of the owners
of the new hotel. The lovely Clay
ton home was prettily arranged and
the course dinner was complete in all
Try
Block's Graham
Sandwich
20c peF lb.
We' are carrying a very com
plete stock of Frank E.
Block's Crackers and Cakes
in bulk and packages.
All 10c packages 3 for23cts,
all 5c packages 6 for 25 cts.
There is none better than
BLOCK'S
-THOMAS
CO.
PHONE 163

CARN

raw

to other members of the family a thrifty woman will
save a dollar here and a dollar there, where a man
could not. Many a period of misfortune has been tided
over by the forethought of wife and mother.
This institution takes particular pleasure in caring
for such savings accounts.
im 06 ALA rJATIOrJALPANK
CAPITAL FULLY PAID IX $75,000
H. D. STOKES, Cashier.
CLARENCE CAMP,. Vice Pres. JNO. L. EDWARDS, Pres.

FYE. McCLANE, M. D.

SPECIALIST IN
THE Dr. MCLANE

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

W. H.
FRESH
Phone 108,

HEADQUARTERS FOR WIRE '"FENCE.'
We have just received a carload of the Famous SOUTHERN
Wire Fencing, staples and Hay wire and are In a position to
make some attractive prices on It. We are the only dealers
in this section of the country that halidle 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 &1AMG

its appointments. Those who enjoy enjoyed
ed enjoyed Mr. and Mrs. Clayton's hospital hospitality
ity hospitality were Mrs. Holder, Mrs.. Kuenz
and Mr. D. B. Kibler. Lakeland
Telegram.
Frances, the pret-ty -. little

Mary

heldfdaushter of

Ir and ""Mrs. J. VAAnderson,'at Charlottsville, Va., and

Johnson, after aylong siege of sick
ness, is ner Drignt ana winning
ain.
Mrs, T. J. Killebrew and children
are visiting in Newton, Ala., aid
from there will go to Louisville, 111.,
to spend the remainder of the sum summer.
mer. summer. N
Misses Alice Campbell and Annie
Eagleton went down to the lake
this morning where they will be the
guests for a few days of Mrs. R. L.
Martin.
Mrs. E. A. Sewell, who has been
spending the past three months in
Ocala as the guest of her grand granddaughter,
daughter, granddaughter, Mrs. J. P. Galloway, has
returned to her home in Lineville,
Ala. She was accompanied by Miss
Emma Dunn and Master Jack Gallo Galloway,
way, Galloway, who will spend the summer in
Alabama.
Rev. and Mrs. W. R. Lambert, of
Quincy, stopped over in Ocala last
night with Mrs. Lambert's sister,
Mrs. J. P. Galloway. They are driv driving
ing driving through the country In their
auto to Brooksville, and left for that
city this forenoon.
Mrs. J. W. Tompkins, of the Colo Colonial
nial Colonial Hotels has gone to Palatka to
spend some time visiting her sister,
Mrs. E. D. Sledge,
Mrs. J. G. Kichline and daughter
Miss EtheLy-will arrive in Ocala in
about ten uv?from Hollywood, Cal.,
where they have been for some time
while Miss Ethel was finishing her
studies, and will make their home in
Ocala withlheir"h1isDVnor'and-fatheK
ffwm take the ladies seven days to
make the long trip across the con continent.
tinent. continent. The Philathea classes of the Bap Baptist
tist Baptist and Methodist churches are hav
ing a most pleasant afternoon at
Lake Weir. The members of the two
classes with their teachers, Mrs. Will
Goin of the Baptist and Mr. J. D.
Rooney of the Methodist, beside a
number of friends left for the lake
in cars about 1:30. They will have
a fine time bathing and picnicking,
with a basket supper and return in
the evening.
Mrs. G. A. Nash and Mrs. J. II
Strunk and daughter Catherine leave
today for a month's visit with friends
and relatives in Tampa and Manatee
river points.
Mis3 Agatha Reilly of Savannah,
is the firuest of her aunt. Mrs. C. H.
Hardee.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Gardner and
children went to their farm near

By

CHRONIC DISEASES
'

MEDICAL, SURGICAL
MARSH
MEATS
City Market.
Summerfield Saturday to enjoy the
fine melons on their -place. Mrr
Garner returned Sunday and Mrs.
Gardner romained until today.
Master John Strunk is spending
the summer with hl3 uncle, John
'reports having a grand time among
the mountains and valleys of old Vir
ginia.
Misses Myrtle Allen and Hattie
Neal of Mcintosh are the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Johnson.
Mrs. E. A. Andrew of Tampa, and
Mrs. W. S. Smith of Terra Ceia, are
the guests of their sister, Mrs. D. B.
Cappleman, at her home just east of
town. Mrs. Andrew and Mrs. Smith
were formerly the Misses Mead and
ived in Ocala -some years ago.
Enjoy outdoor life without tan and
freckles., Rexall cold cream Insures
your- complexion. Get it at Gerig's
Drugstores. 6-17-tf
HUYLER'S FOR JUNE
AND 11 OTHER MONTHS
Hurler's the best and ever fresh
candy will win "her" any time; but
the month of June in this beautiful
Southland now abloom with rosea,
lends a more appropriate time to
fecore in "love making.
See our refrigerator candy case
filled with
and just tell the clerk herM address.
T. W. Troxler
The Confectioner, Phone 375
JUST DN
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.
Phone 10
: OGftLA FIIHTIE CD.



, ocma tTkiako star, tfKifeiUV, Is?, im

REAL ESTATE

' IXSURAXCE DEPARTMENT
Agent for a dozen of the best Fire Insurance Companies in the
country. Thoroughly competent to care for your Insurance business.
I Will bo Pleased to Care for Your Business In Any of These Lines.

F. W. DITTO
Phone
The friend-winning
that we are making: m our
will surely interest you.
type cannot do justice to
extraordinary offerings. Buy Buying
ing Buying jewelry here means
spending money right.
Style may change but
bur high quality, low price
standard of jewelry .sell-"
ing remains fixed. ;S
Here Vou will find
a satisfying- assort
ment of the world a
best productions
in. jewelry,
gems, silver
ware, novel novelties,
ties, novelties, etc.
mini
HlHi
And the
prices are -squeezed
down to
pet.
ment
ii m

suit the thinnest Docket book. You

will f ad tines
men and women
In now while
M t i

A. E. BURNETT
OCALA. FLA

( 4. 1.1. 1

IF YOU HAVEN'T A SUMMER KITCHEN AT YOUR
HOUSE. YOU ARE MISSING ONE OF LIFE'S COMFORTS COMFORTS-IT
IT COMFORTS-IT IS A GREAT SATISFACTION TO HAVE A COOL PLACE
TO WORK IN DURING THE HOT WEATHER. AND THE
REST OF THE HOUSE IS COOL AND FREE FROM
ODORS. COME IN AND LET US FIGURE OUT THE COST
OF ONE FOR YOU. THAT WON'T COST YOU ANYTHING,
AND YOU'LL BE MIGHTY GLAD YOU CAME.

MM III

Ocala
PHONE
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Round Trip Rate From Ocala
VIA

Atlantic

' Tickets on sale July 2nd, final limit July 7th. Tickets will be good
-n regular trains going and returning.
For tickets, reservations and in formation, call on.
Y. R. BEAZLEY, T. P. A.,
M. H. WILLIAMS, Ticket Agent, J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P A.
Ocala, Fla. Tampa, Fla. ;

AND INSUMNC

KKAli estate
Town property, improved and un unimproved,
improved, unimproved, for sale. Real proflt proflt-bringing
bringing proflt-bringing Investments.
Small Farms, Timber Tracts, Or Orange
ange Orange Groves or almost anything you
wish, on term3 to suit.
REXTAli I)FAIIT3IEXT
We have houses for rent or will
take charge of property and collect
the rent, keep up repairs and pay
the taxes.
285
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Ifyou want a
snappy, spark
ling gem set ring
at a decided price
reduction here's
your opportunity.
For your sweetheart mar married
ried married or otherwise a diamond

solitaire is eminently proper.
Nothing better as an engage

or birthday ring; Surprise Father,

Husband or Brother with a nice nnj. we
have & splendid assortme nt of gems in up-to-the-minute
settings at prices to

to suit everyone
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and little folks. Call
the stJck is complete. VM- s";TCP"r
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A Rcmance of the
Fcture
By
Guido von Hcrvath
and Dean Hoard
Copyright, 1913. by W. G. Chapman in the United
Slates and Ureal Britain.
' CHAPTER IV.
Europe.
The Zugspitze Is the highest peai
in Germany; it belongs to the Alps!

Tha" I
Isolated
Continent

ana a panorama can De Eeen irom tne 'thing.
perpetually snow-covered summit that j The tailor toTlched the cloth the
is worth while. At the foot of this; chevalier's Alpine coat was made of
giant ia the town of Partenkirchen. a j and examined it closely with an air
great place for tourists, but since the.of SIirpriSe. "This Is something new

isuiauuu 01 me American comment ;
the number of visitors
ished somewhat.
has dimin-

One crisp December morning a tal;Keemed t0 be busy with the fashion

young man on skus slid down from
one of the snow-covered side hills. of
the Zugspitze. He wore an Alpine cos-1
tume and carried on his back the;

usual eaicnex or tne mountain cnmDer j maker's name. His eyes grew large
The sack evidently was heavy, yet he hen he saw a small tag bearing the
carried It easily. j name 0f a Chicago manufacturer.
The early sportsman stopped for a ; Three days later the new clothes
second or two just about the TIrolean were ready; the Chevalier di Leon
and Bavarian border. After a short paId for them in gold. It did not mat.
meditation, he started forward, and ter that the mint Btamp was quite old;
with the agility of a master of the indeed," some were of the nineteenth
sport lid downward, jumping down ; century, and none of the pieces were
steep slopes, and soon landed in the j later than 1919 The curious little
valley. He took a peculiar field glas? ; Wor noticed this fact, also; he shook
from his knapsack and directed it;his head again hut kept quiet That
toward the great peak, moving it un- quality was still golden,
til he found a spot that looked to the j xhe same evening the stranger left
unaided eye like a red dot on the t by the elow local train for Munich,
mountain side. It was the deserted ; that old art center. He selected a
castle of the great Prince Luipold, j pr0mising hotel and was soon eettled
once reigning prince of the kingdom ; for night.
of Bavaria. Upon his Inquiry for the quickest
When he had focused the glass, he route to Berlin the Aero-Electric Line
saw a round, ruddy cheeked man rubiwas suggested'. It made the trip in
bing his hand3 vigorously. j Six hours. "It is quite ingenious,"
"It must be somewhat cool there," i thought the chevalier. Four tremen tremen-smiled
smiled tremen-smiled the sportsman. d0us cigar-shaped aluminum balloons
He drew a red handkerchief and were attached to each other; the
made some circular movements in the whole aerial train was at least 500
air with the fluttering linen, always vards lone. The firet and the last bal-

- i J l a m
watching through his glass. Then,
with a satisfied expression, he placed
the glass and kerchief in their respec respective
tive respective places and started toward the
town.
The narrow, winding streets were
almost deserted "and he used his skiis
even through the town.
There were several hotels around
the square; the Golden Eagle and the
Red Star were the most promising
looking, and he selected the latter.
Unfastening the straps of the skiis,
he cast them over his" shoulder and
entered the famous old hotel.
At the sound of the stranger's foot footsteps
steps footsteps in the hall a big, white-aproned
man, whose head was covered with a
Turkish fez, appeared in the doorway
at the end of the hall; in his right
hand he held a murderous looking
knife and in the left a fork. He
greeted the newcomer with great re respect;
spect; respect; it was surprising to see a guest
at this time of the year. The man of
the skiis leaned his knapsack and the
skiis against the wall and said, "Guten
morgen, Herr Wirth!"
The big German threw fork and
knife on a table and rubbing his hands
on his apron to remove' the grease,
took the stranger's sack and carried
It into the ofllce. There he put a long,
official blank of reporting paper be before
fore before him, together with pen and ink.
It took a long time for the stranger
to fill outfall the somewhat Imperti Impertinent
nent Impertinent questions, but at last it was done.
On the last line he wrote in large,
round characters the name:
"Chevalier Sonapo E di Leon."
"What can I do for you, chevalier?"
asked the hotel-keeper, who had used
the time to remove his apron and put
on a clean coat.
"First of all, I want some break breakfast,
fast, breakfast, then a room, as I would like to
spend a few days here."
The host's face shone with pleasure
and he led his guest into the small
dining-room.
The chevalier's eyes wandered
around seafchingly; they seemed to
penetrate Into every nook and corner.
- The host returned, followed by a
girl, who put a snow-white cover on
one of the tables, then steaming hot
rolls were brought in with coffee, but butter,
ter, butter, honey and some eggs.
The chevalier ate heartily; the early
morning exercise had given him a
splendid appetite. When he had fin finished,
ished, finished, the host offered him some ci cigars,
gars, cigars, but he smilingly refused, assur assuring
ing assuring him that he never used them.
"They are real Saharan, chevalier."
"Saharan? 13 that a new brand?"
"Not exactly; we have had it for
ten years, ever since the successful ir irrigation
rigation irrigation of the desert. I understand
that it is even better than the once
famous Havana,"
The stranger looked at the host
thoughtfully, then with some hesita hesitation
tion hesitation he asked:
"What is the name of the engineer
who planned that project? I have
quite forgotten."
"You are not & German, chevalier,
otherwise you would know the man
whom all the German-speaking nations
regard with hope; hl3 name is Count
von Werdenstein."
The young man started, but recov recovered
ered recovered himself quickly. "How foolish,
I have nearly spilt my coffee. Yes,
Werdenstein; I remember the name
now."
"He is our Bismarck, Moltke and
Edison, In one person."
The young man stared at the host
for a second. "Quite a remarkable
man."
"Indeed, eir, he was selected as
commander In chief by the Interna International
tional International Federation, for the war agalct
America."
"I am sure It 13 a very happy selec selection."
tion." selection." "WelL sir, he Is a great man indeed,
but I do wish, and I am sure many
others wish so too, 'that instead of
militarism, he would devote his ener energies
gies energies to the betterment of the people."
"Tq Industrial, agricultural and flnan-

What you
taeanr
"Yes. sir, and abere all else, to lift lifting
ing lifting the burdens from the citizens. You
know what vre have to suffer under
thi3 terrible military rule."
"I am a stranger, my dear host; I
came from where the coffee and slen slender
der slender palms grow, so I don't know much
about the happenings around here.
However, I am interested and pray
that you tell me .more."
The good hoet'of the Red Star was
happy to find some one who was glad
to listen to his talk; this stranger
even took his notebook out and dashed
some interesting details into it.
Later on he found a queer little
newspaper, the Koelnlsche Zeitung,
and read the news section with much
Interest.
The same morning he inquired for
the T-.-st tailor in town and Heir
senulz, tne liost, telephoned for Mm.
When the little tailor arrived he took
measurements, showed fashion plates
and goods, but the chevalier left the
selection to him, stipulating that all
he wanted was the latest In every'
tn ma
he eaid at last. "I never saw
a weave like this." He looked ques ques-tioninsrlv
tioninsrlv ques-tioninsrlv at the chevalier, but he
;piates and did not answer. However,
!at the tailor's request, he removed his
rnat nd that littlfi man looked eparrh-
i
loons had very high powered dynamos,
and both were connected with some in ingenious
genious ingenious device to the rail that was
supported on tall iron columns.
"Not r- bad idea," thought the chev chevalier
alier chevalier as he mounted the Aero-Electro
the next morning. "It is in some way
similar to the old electric car system;
they economize on the rails and the
roadbed, but let me
Yes, It pays, after
quicker."
see the
all, and
gas 7
It is
(Continued Tomorrow)
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cures diabetes, weak and lame backs,
rheumatism and all irregularities of
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It now well-known mat not more
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requires any internal treatment
whatever. All that is reeded i? a
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Kendrick, June 18.- Mr. and Mrs.
Kramer leave for northern points
next week. Kendrick regrets very
much to lose them.
Miss Martha Belle McLeod and
brother -Paul, leave Monday for At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta for a few months" visit with
relatives and friends.
Mr. Boyd Turner was host of a
watermelon party given at the home

of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Boulware last
Tuesday night. Games of all de descriptions
scriptions descriptions were played and music
was enjoyed. Then watermelons were
served. Those enjoying, the evening
were Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Webb, Mrs.
Boulware and the Misses Boulware,
Jennie Simmons, Martha Belle. Mc McLeod,
Leod, McLeod, Hattie Sims and Bertha Guth Guth-ery
ery Guth-ery and Mrs. J. J. Guthery and
Messrs. Ross Montgomery, Flem and
Boyd Turner, W. Bent, Henry and
John Adams and a few others.
Miss" Alma Grace of Fort Meade
is the guest of Miss Bertha Guthery.
Miss Katherine Boulware of South
Carolina- is visiting her parents. Mr.
and Mrs. BouTware and family.
Dancing was enjoyed at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Sutton Tuesday
night. The evening was spent very
'pleasantly.
Miss Bertha Guthery will enter entertain
tain entertain Wednesday lh honor of her
guest Miss Grace of Fort Meade
The ladies', sewing circle met 'with
Mrs. C. W. Shaw last Thursday aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. The afternoon was spent
pleasantlj.
The Y. P. T. S. met at the home of
the president, Miss E. Boulware last
Thursday night and a nice program
was rendered. After the program
and business was over dainty refresh refreshments
ments refreshments were served by the hostess
andMhen games and music were en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed until a late hour. The next
meeting will be at the church and
we nope a large crowd will be there.
Children's day exercises will be
held at the First Methodist church
Sunday and we hope a large crowd
will gather.
Ulcers au SKln 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. unly 2 cents. Recommended
Tydings & Co. Ad. 6
WELL, GET A GOOD AVELL
Some people invest their money In
poor wells. Get a good ene by let letting
ting letting S. II. Christian do the work.
Adv.
5-27-lm
Most. Children Ilave Worms
Many mothers think their children
are suffering from Indigestion, head
ache, nervousness, weakness, cost-
iveness when they are victims of that
most cpmmon of all children's ail
ments worms. Peevish, ill-tempered,
fretful children, who toss and
grind their teeth, with bad breath
and colicky pains, have all the symp
toms of having worms, and should
be given Kickapoo Worm Killer, a
pleasant candy lozenge, which ex ex-pells
pells ex-pells worms, regulates the bowels,
tones up the system and makes chil
dren 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 St. Louis. Recom
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LOTS FOR SALE CHEAP
A big bargain in two business lots
on north end of Magnolia street; street
and railroad frontage; fine for ware
house 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
Muncaster, Ocala House Blk. 5-24-12t
AIU TO KIDNEYS
Do Not Endanger Life When an Ocala
Citizen Shows You the War
to Avoid It
Why will people continue to suffer
the agonies of kidney complaint, back
ache, urinary disorders, lameness,
headaches, languor, why allow them themselves
selves themselves to become chronic Invalids,
when a tested remedy is offered them?
Doan's Kidney Pills have been used
in kidney trouble over 50 years, have
been tested in thousands of cases.
If you have any, even one, of the
symptoms of kidney diseases, act now.
Dropsy or Bright's disease may set In
and make neglect dangerous. Read
this Ocala testimonial:
O. C. Tignor, salesman, S2 Tusca Tusca-willa
willa Tusca-willa street, Ocala, Fla., .says: "I am
confident that Doan's Kidney Pills are
a remedy of merit. One of the young younger
er younger members of the family had kidney
weakness and Doan's Kidney Pills
procured from Tydings & Co's. drug drugstore,
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they brought warrants me In recom recommending
mending recommending them."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co.,. Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
States.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other. Adv. 1
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but it must be safe and harmless and
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He treats all Chronic diseases of MAN or WOMAN that are curable, no mat matter
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out without the knife; he treats RUPTURE without reporting to surgery. He invites the
most difncult cases to call on him and try this new method FREE OF CHARGE.
He removes WARTS and MOLES from any part of the body by a wonderful and
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Why You Should Come
Many have asked Dr. Farrow, how it is that he can cure chronic diseases
that the general practitioner can do nothing with. The general answer is: Dr.
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his time to his given specialty. He does nothing but off ice work. Instead of r
having one ofSce with a practice limited to a radius of a few miles, he has a number
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and baffling cases that have been' seeking relief sometimes for years, many of whjch
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PLACE YOURSELF UNDER NO OBLIGATION WHEN YOU CALL. Come at
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Many of you who have been taking medicine and so called treatments for
months will be absolutely cured in a few weeks. Very chronic cases will require
somewhat longer time, but it will make no difference; you will be treated, until
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j-l . m il causes more people to be mis-
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You are irritable in disposition easily angered. You have plenty of ideas,-but
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to accomplish anything. You become blue and despondent and have many other"
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deranged stomach. Other symptoms are: Bloating, Belching of gas, sour or greasy
matter from the stomach. Pain, Distress, Weakness, Palpitation of the heart. Con Constipation
stipation Constipation or Diarrhoea, Unhealthy complexion, Changeable appetite, and Coated
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these symptoms, lose no time. Dr. W. R. Farrow's deep-acting remedies will cure
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CI Are your lungs or bronchial tubes weak? Do you cough and
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spells? Do you have throat trouble with hawking and clearing of your throat? Do
you have dripping of sticking mucus from the back part of your nose into your
throat? Call and have the doctor examine you. There U noneed for you to
have Catarrh. It often leads to that dreaded disease that is kiiling thousands of
our best people Consumption. Dr. Farrow's treatment can be used in your home
daily. No need of expensive office treatments.
MAre you suffering from early abuses, lost vital power,-losses arc! drains,
Ck T backache, weak back, shooting pains in the neck, chest; back and limbs,
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To Valdosta, Macon and Atlanta, June 25
VIA
GEORGIA SOUTHERN AND FLORIDA RAILWAY
- Valdpsta Macon Atlanta
and and and
Return Return Return
Leave Palatka 5:35 a. m $2.50 $4.00 S6.00
Hampton 7:04 a. m '. 2.25 4.00. 6.00
Lake Butler 8:28 a. m.. .......... 2.00 3.50 5.50
Jacksonville 9:00 a. m 2.00 3.50 5.50
The train leaving Jacksonville at 9:30 a. m. will be a special train
of Pullmans and Coaches and reservations can be made in advance. The
train from Palatka, Hampton and Lake Butler Is the regular train. All
tickets are good to return on any regular train until and "including Mon Monday
day Monday night, June 30, 1913. .
J. II. RAFFTERY, D. P. A., Jacksonville, Fla.

Dr. FAR ROW
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