The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Star
Physical Description:
v. : ; 61 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates:
29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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VOL. 20.
OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1913
NO. 26

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r lilli r III f,irnishe(i by the fi
1L UUil UIl 1 b'lMy appreciated

splendid exhibition

re department was
and most favora

bly commented upon by the visitors.

', ., I Thursday Afternoon Session
nt and Pruiitable Days in Tarn- .,. r. .
- .. t The afternoon session opened at 2
j. Il y Ue Florida 'o'clock, and great numbers of corn corner"'
er"' corner"' Peeil 1'usIjcjs inunieations were read from the var-
V : ious industries represented in the
j.c- U'?t attended and most en-' ,.
k . .city extending the editors a most cor-

i3.i!c meeting or me iionraj

. I tended for visit in 5 so many
h'rty-fivo rafS ',was fhat 'interest that to have acce

a m mnija (uinns ise last inree

;i'&f the past week," Newspaper
fnd women from" the extreme
i
; of the state were in attendance
the ufmost .good fellowship pre pre-vd
vd pre-vd all daring the session both
meetih.Ts and on all the -social
Vti arranged for the pleasure of
fci;ar Citv'a visitor.
: he meeting .was l:eJ in "the spa spa-is
is spa-is hall of the Tain;..V board of
lej located at the corner of .Mad .Mad-n
n .Mad-n ihd Tampa streets, right in the
inter of the business section of the
y. ..
!l I on.-Frank Mayes, editor of the
insrtQola Journal, preside'nt of the
ociition, "called the meeting to
Wat-ten o'clock Thursday morn-Va'ter'--those
present had had an

.or: unity of exchanging friendly
ptiigs and registering; heir names
ht annual registry book of the
'anUjiion.
m first item on the program was
i a) dress of welcome by Mr. D. B.
a editor of the Tampa Times
I Iicyor of the city. During his
dx Mayor MacKay paid the fol fol-$rizt
$rizt fol-$rizt highly appreciated compli compli-t.
t. compli-t. to the visitors:5
i i have we 1 co m& -1 u ri n g my
I n ofTice, man nntiohs, but
1 never extended a welcome to
lathering with greater p-ide or
i e than this one. I feel that
live done Tampa honor iir se se-i
i se-i her-as a meeting place. Tam Tam-the
the Tam-the character of the splen splen-i.n
i.n splen-i.n and women ivho have gath gath-(iere,
(iere, gath-(iere, and the-city pays tribute
Jr.; Frank ..Harris editor of the
iJanner, who had been chosen
rsjond -to tne address of welcome
t'bjilf of the edilors, delivered a
JlJJress, in vlich he highly

A.

t'f'to poodle of Tamra and

allj its. hijrh class journals.

Mr. Hmt.3 addres3he recit-

'44 the esrly historj' of the city and

( vllou'tvl It, sup oy'stei to its pres-

kte. lie sp )kc of .the progress
ho tji ;ovej' the ''south and espe espe-Sy
Sy espe-Sy to Florida during" the past dec dec-"l
"l dec-"l au2 euicl his ppeech with the
wit.sr irii'iite to the newspaper

f n I S fn-.inJmtr of f h a Tl u. r

grtl ter empire I hope that it will

?W jvgrvrded .ns immodest for me

I

fayiliat the newspapers have

? ilif-ir i;irt a. most Consnicu-

1 hey have been as sen-

f ion fr

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e kreiddent of

!rum the outer walls."

the board of

s vho was on the program to

ti:e visitors m me name 01

bV-y was absent, and it fell the

i ot jMr. Willis B. rowell, secre secre-iot
iot secre-iot to' organization to do so. He
I tlq ne had little to say, but
' proposed to "show" the edi-
tiifit they wero welcome in a
i-o bsautial way than words
'Nit hey stay in the city. .(And
piavi good, too).
Jr. ?irl II ill in a short speech
icoftil llie visitors on behalf of
I JcjA printers and hoped that all
-lld tnrn home with the verdict
jihtit J. nrecilng was the most suc suc-f
f suc-f tessfui inl iroitable one that the
aeiann had ever held.
i VtskEt Mayes was booked for
SI imnal iiddrcss, usually delivered

-V i ts 'rf-j5l(na- nflfifr. hut. ns he

nd noij. "wrote up," made a short

Invitations were ex-

places of

pted and

filled them would have required sev several
eral several weeks instead of several days.
The editors were tendered free long
distance telephone service to their
homes, free coca-cola, free cigars
and a great long list of courtesies
that it would be impossible to accept

in so short a stay.
Editor Wallace F. fctovall of the
Tampa Tribune, was on the program
to deliver a paper on "The Newspa Newspaper
per Newspaper Man and .His Conscience," but
as his business engagements prevent prevented
ed prevented his presence, Editor McXamee of
Dixie, read it to the convention. It
was a most able paper and was de-

Lvoted to the business end of a news

paper, lie strongly urged independ independence
ence independence on the part of publishers, which,

he said, was the only way in which

the profession could be made profita

ble as well as "pleasant."
"Boosting Your Home Town" was
the subject of a paper which was to
have been delivered, but the absence
of Its author prevented its delivery.
President Mayes" announced that
rather than have so important a sub subject
ject subject pass without notice, there would
he a general discussion of the sub subject
ject subject and called upon a number of the
editors to have iheir "say." All re responded
sponded responded willingly and their speeches
were worthy of reproduction in every
paper in the state. The address of
Russell of the Palatka News, and
that of Triplett of the Kissimmee
Valley-Gazette were' of special merit
and their suggestions might well be
followed to advantage by the entire
state press. '
Robert McXamee of Dixie intro introduced
duced introduced a resolution expressing the re regret
gret regret of the association that Willis B.
Powell, secretary of the Tampa board
of trade, had decided to leave the
state to accept a similar position in
a distant city. This resolution after
being seconded by nearly every mem member
ber member present was unanimously adopt adopted
ed adopted by a rising vote. Mr, Powell very
gracionly- thanked the members for
their expression of appreciation as
set forth 1ft the resolution.
"Day Dreams of an Editor" was

the subject of a most excellent pa

per by Clarence E. Woods, of the

Eustis Lake Region. Mr. Woods Is
a most polished speaker and his pro production
duction production on the above named subject

was just what might have been ex expected
pected expected of one of his caliber. It was

a real gem and the hearty applause

elicited showed that it was appre appreciated
ciated appreciated by all -his hearers. Among his
other "dreams", was:
"I wish to dream of a press free to
tell the truth. And I do not mean
that we shall give needless offense
by so doing. ; But that it should tell

I 'jx. thrtcVjiinlk in which he return-

r thp tl5nl.-ss nf tlifi association .for

Mi'' warB welcome extended them;
.iu.,hl plinit-ntod the citizens -of
j, Viiipa upi their thrift and "energy,
r.'hkh ha made the great South
. '-'ioriJa, netropolis one of the most

raUed ogfcities in -.the country, and
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tiVnv ii arrant and well deserved

ii 'tquets it the Tampa newspapers
"V .

iJ.Po materially in all the

of progress. He conclud conclud-3h
3h conclud-3h by saying:
-t advocate the formation
but there should no lon lon-irit
irit lon-irit of attempting to cut
r's throats. Job- printers

;:ers snouia suck 10 me

and reserve a reasona-

of profit. If. some in

n -tr5nAt nnl sell

j v -1
V x-ast, let him do it, but

v ative men suck. 10.ua-

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Dental Surgcoi;

Over the Munroe & Chambliss Bank
Phone 154

OCALA, FLORIDA
Terms cash.

J. Vs. CIIACE
I )en tal Surgeon

Rooms 9, 10, 11, Holder Block
Phone 250

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OCALA, FLORIDA
Terms cash.

L. F. BLALOCI
Dental Surgeon

OfTice Over Commercial Bank
Phone 211

OCALA, FLORIDA

M. C. IZLAU
Dental Surgeon

Office. Law Library Building
- Phone 444

OCALA, FLORIDA

SEMI-ANNUAL STATEMENT OF

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AT TOE CLOSE OF BUSINESS JUNE 30th 1913, ISSUED ON INSTRUCTIONS OF TOE COMPTROLLER.

Assets
Loans and Discounts $406,385.61
County Warrants 49,178.30
Stocks and Bonds. . 66,169.21
Overdrafts 71.60
Bank Building, Furniture and Fixtures 27,000.00
CASH
In vault $ 32,781.41
Due from Banks 190,759.46 223,540.87
$772,345.59

liabilities
Capital Stock
Surplus and Undivided Profits
Dividend Account
Deposits

$ 50,000.00
. 32,955.04
. 1,280.00
688,110.55

$772,345.59

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Deposits June 30th, 1912
Increase for One Year

$688,110,55
572,065.65
$116,044.90

Officers

Directors

T. T. MUNROE

Z. C. CHAMBLISS.

J. M. THOMAS.

A. E. GERIG. .

. . President
Vice President
Vice President

. .Cashier

D. H. BAKER, Orange Grower ..Orange Home, Fla.
LOUIS R. CHAZAL, Phosphates. .. A ....... .Ocala, Fla.
E. L. CARNEY, Orange Grower.... .Ocala, Fla.
D. A. CLARK, President Clark-Ray-Johnson Co.
Martel, Fla.

W. M. GIST, Farmer..

. Mcintosh, Fla.

E. L. HOWELL. Crate Manufacturer
A. E. GERIG. Cashier
J. M. THOMAS, Vice President....

Z. C. CHAMBLISS, Vice President.. Ocala,1 Fla.
T.'T. MUXitOE, President of the Bank. . Ocala, Fla.

f ... .Oak, Fla.
... .Ocala, Fla.
. . .Ocala, Fla.

We Thank Our Friends for Making This Good Statement Possible.

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out of the

j i mof fire was sound--r
"Tfhov had scarce-,
t tfi sidewalk re the dire
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v n"!u:n- --hinrs ;w'ere on
rowj osiaine'l be be-thero.would
thero.would be-thero.would no
tlie committee on
lia refti-ed ab,-uliit.!v

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the truth at the cost of subscribers

is worth infinitely more than a grov

eling, colorless press, that determines

its policies with one ye on the
ledger."

After a short, humorous speech by

Editor Rube Allyn of the Sarasota

Sun, which elicited much applause,
a motion to adjourn till Friday morn

ing was carried.

Editor Stovall's Banquet
The banquet given the editors and

their wives on Thursday evening by

Editor Stovall in the press rooms of
the Tribune office was probably the
most unique and enjoyable affair that
the Florida editors (or any others,
for that matter) ever -had the pleas

ure of attending. A fifteen course
Spanish dinner was served by Tam Tampa's
pa's Tampa's leading Spanish caterer, and

Colonel Stovall's guests enjoyed ev

ery minute of the. time -from -8:15 p.

m. to 12:30 a. m.

Mr. Frank Harris most ably filled

the office of toastmaster, and after

the menu Was about half served call called
ed called upon many of those present for

speeches. Mr. Harris himself led off

with a pretty tribute to the host, re reciting
citing reciting bis history since coming to

Florida many years ago and hi3

steady rise to his present position as
the proprietor of the leading morn

ing newspaper of the peninsular sec

tion of the state.

Among the others who spoke dur during
ing during the evening and with their time timely
ly timely wit and humor aided in making
the occasion one big round of pleas pleasure
ure pleasure were Editor Stovall, President
Bowyer of the Tampa board of trade,
Frank L. Mayes of the Pensacola
Xews, Col. Beacham of Orlando,
Harry Brown of the St. Augustine
Record, Col. Peter O. Knight of
Tampa, Chris Codrington of the De De-Land
Land De-Land Xews, Lew B. Brown of the St.
Petersburg Independent, T. J. Apple Apple-yard,
yard, Apple-yard, state printer, M. F. Hether
ington of the Lakeland Telegram,
Col. J, D. Calhoun, ex-editor of the
Tampa Times, Bob Holly of the San San-ford
ford San-ford Herald, Rube Allyn of the Sara Sarasota
sota Sarasota Sun, Robert McNamee of Dixie,

and Clarence E. Woods of the Eustis
ake Region. -
Heidt's orchestra, the best in the

Cigar City, furnished inspiring mus music
ic music during the evening, and when
popular airs were played the merry
diners joined in with song.
At 12:30 the word passed that the
"big noise" must cease as the room
they were occupying had to be used
for the more useful purpose for
which it was constructed, and a ris rising
ing rising rote of thanks was tendered Col Colonel
onel Colonel Stovall Tor his most generous
banquet. ;
, Off t6';Fa5?a-GriHe and St. Pete

By special invitation of the St. Pe-

ersburg Independent, Times and the

Hill IY U

Of the Charges Made Relating to
Lobbyists and their Pernicious
Activity
Washington, July 1. A searching
investigation of the so-called "under "underground
ground "underground system" at the capitol, not
only by the Senate lobby committee
but by a select committee of the
House also, promises to be .the first
result of the sensational charges by
Martin M. Mulhall t who claims to
have been the general field "lobbyist"
for the National Association of Man Manufacturers.
ufacturers. Manufacturers. Mulhall's startling allegations
that representatives, senators and
high officials of the government had
been "reached" or "influenced," that
the lobby conducted its operations
from a room in the capitol. paid

money to employes there, took an

active hand in making up commit

tees and went out actively in the po political
litical political campaigns to defeat congress congressmen
men congressmen who opposed legislation the
lobby wanted, have thrown congres congressional
sional congressional circles into an uproar.
Clark Confirms Story
Congressmen named In the Mulhall

charges are issuing statements, some

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of them denouncing the allegations
as "malicious lies." Speaker Clark

has issued a statement confirming
the charge that the "lobby" had'
worked for his defeat. Many con

gressmen mentioned feel that they

have been brought in without spe specific
cific specific charges against them, declare

they will not be satisfied with the
Senate lobby committee's investiga

tion alone but will insist on a select

committee of the House to sift the

charges.

What Mulhall Alleges
The nature and extent of the dis

closures that are expected were out

lined in an article published under
the sworn signature of Mr. Mulhall,
in the New York World and the Chi Chicago
cago Chicago Tribune. The statement pur

ports to be Mr. Mulhall's personal
history as the representative from

1902 to 1903 of. the National Asso

ciation of Manufacturers and bristles

with the names of the congressmen

who, he alleges, were "subservient"
or who were punished for their op

position to legislation furnished by
the association.

Allegations that he had helped to

defeat congressmen who opposed the
interests of manufacturers; that his
organization had spent thousands of
dollars to elect congressmen'expected
to be sympathetic to the near influ influences,
ences, influences, that he had aided in securing

favorable members on congressional

committees that handled labor legis

lation; and that his associates had

used great efforts to secure the estab establishment
lishment establishment of a federal tariff commis

sion in 19 OS as a means of delaying

tariff revision, are contained in the

article under Mr. Mulhall's name.

Greedy Bulgaria Strives to Wrest the

Fruits of the Victory from
Sorvia and Greece
Belgrade,. July l.: The Bulgar

ians opened an attack on the Ser Servian
vian Servian troops along the whole line in
Macedonia yes.terday. The Bulgarian
troops opened their attack on- the
Servian advanced posts before Istep
and a couple of hours later their ar artillery
tillery artillery was brought into action. The

attack gradually spread until there

wa3 fighting at Retna. Boukva, Zle-

tova, Xeogasi and Valandovo.

DEALERS IN ,'

Fresh and Cured Meats, t

Salt. Water Fish, Chiar

and-Vegetable c?

CAXDLEIl
, Candler, June 30. Mrs. Hightow

er has returned from a pleasant visit

to her friend, Mrs. Wm. Milsom, at

St. Cloud.
Mr. and Mrs. K. Cline are enjoy

Ing a visit from their daughter. Mrs.

Roth of Gainesville.

Mrs. J. N. Marshall, after a few
days visit to her son and family in

Dade City, returned home Wednes

day noon.

- Mrs. W. W. Jones left Wednesdav

for a visit of several months in Ver

mont and Canada.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tillis have

the material placed for the erection
of their cottage on the lot north of
Mr. Geo. McGee's residence.
Duncan Elliott went to Ocala
Thursday to witness the ball game.
Mr. Frank Norton left Wednesday
for his Massachusetts home, going
overland as far as Jacksonville in his
auto.
Mrs-Mary Elliott came down fJ in
Oca!a?Tor a week-end visit with uer

s'st. Mis3 Catherine Caull.

om Pritchett .has regained his

isical er.iilibriurn and is ;a?aln

among' his jnany'fr lends, -Dr.
Belcher ha? returne-I from i
vlr.t to relatives 'andfrk-Tsch la A!
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Sofia, Bulgaria, July 1. More
fighting occurred yesterday between
the Greek and Bulgarian troops some
distance east of Saloniki. According
to the Bulgarian account the Greek
soldiers tried to cut the Bulgarian
communications along the railroad
from Serros to Drama but were drlvr
en off by the Bulgarians after they
had burned a village.

OPEN DAY AND ?fIGHT

Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv. 1 :

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Below is a list of some of Pratt's Remedies which we carry In
stock:
Pratts Poultry Regulator .25 and 50c
Pratts Baby Chick Feed 10, 25 and 50c
Pratts Roup Cure. ...25 and 50c :
Pratts Powdered Lice Killer 25c
Pratts White Diarrhoea Remedy ..25 :
Pratts Disinfectant, Gallon Tins $1.00
Pratts Head Lice Ointment 25c
Pratts Sore Head Chicken PoxRemedy .25c
Pratts Animal Rerulator. .'. 25 and 50c
Pratb Colic Cure 50c
Pratts Cow Tonic. 50c
Pratts Hog Cholera Specific . . ... 50c
Pratts Fly Chaser. 35c

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OGALA EVENING STAR

"111 - y. t f 7 -- -- -- -r-w-T. -.--,--
Bit tinker & Carroll, Proprietors
It. R. Carroll, General Manager
J. C. BOOZER, President
G. J. BLITOH, Cashier
GEORGE RENTZ, Vice-President,
O. XI.' 1V1 1 1 IN t We-J f
Port V. Iaveagrood, Boalneaa Haaaarer
X H. Benjamin, Editor
Condensed Statement
entered in the postof flee at Ocala,
Ful, as second class matter.

Condition at Close of Business, June 30, 1913
IT WILL BE NEEDED
TEX YEARS IIEXCE

From Semi-Annual Statutory Report to Comptroller.
Of The

Some time in the next few months,
the Ocala school district will begin

thd erection of an up-to-date school-

house for its hundreds of boys and

girls, who will be numbered in thou
sands a score of years from now.
. The new schoolhouse will be lo

cated in the south of town, some
few squares from the present pri

mary school building, and in a sit

uation that will make South Eighth,

South Fifth and South Third streets

the most important communication
for eight out of every twelve month's

for the pupils.

Over these streets must pass, five

days In the week, from September
till June, hundreds of; children liv living
ing living in the southwestern quarter of

the city not so many now, but in
the natural course of events when

the desirable land lying in the high

er parts of the territory near the
present high school and from there
up to the new hospital-some of the
best ground in the city is covered
with residences, very many, indeed. A
third of these children will be little

chaps in attendance on the primary
school, and another third of those in

attendance on the lower grades of the
high school. They will have1" to make
the trip by themselves, just at the

time of life when the natural reck

lessness of childhood is but little

tempered with experience.

Right up thru that territory the
Atlantic Coast Line, without law,

and warranted only by popular neg

ligence, has driven a steel wedge of

tracks, and now it wants to lengthen
and widen the wedge entirely at the

expense of the city, on which it has
trespassed for many years, and to
which it has never given the worth of
a dollar without being? well paid for
it.--' vC- v
Some of the members of the coun council,
cil, council, perhaps all, considering not only
the present but the future, and see seeing
ing seeing how valuable; all the territory
concerned is, and realizing how, much
more it will be In"' ten or twenty
yearsr are disposed to take measures
restricting the railroad to its rights,
which are nothing more than a right

of way 'thru -the' cityV-i They say very

rttJi'aatiaTalthand good looks

of the city are worth .. vastly more
than' the" convenience of the railroad
which has little 'regard for either,
and if. .the Coast Line wants to carry
on a freight business in Ocala it can
build its tracks, and -warehouses on
its property,;, where it won't need to
shut up the streets especially streets
bound to', be frequented by school!
children from six to twelve years of
age.V'v--."-v-';'' '-y'!::" ' : I
The residence section of a city is no!

place for. a railroad yard, and Ocala
will smut her own face for all time
if she allows one to "be planted there
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Loans and Connly Warrants
Bond Account - - ;
Banking Bonse Fnrnitnre and Fixtures
Real Estate - -
Cash In Vault and One From Other Banks
TOTAL

$352,377.12
500.00
28,738.50
500.00
194,766.12
$576,881.74

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Capital Stock - -Surplus
and Undivided Profits
Unpaid Dividends
Reserved tor Taxes
Deposits v -
TOTAL

$ 50,000.00
40;699.83
- 120.00
CC0.C0
485.461.91
$576,881.74

We Point Willi Pride to tlie Strong Features Shown In Ahove Statement

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This bank is a home institution, and is dependent upon its patrons
for its support. It appreciates the liberal patronage that has made its
growth; and stands ready at all times to assist any worthy man or firm

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all over the world for two or three
years prior to. Madero's revolution,
causes the Star to be shy of any
schema of henevclent assimilation
recommended by a corporation organ.

SUNDAY TRIP ON
THE WINDING STREAM

OCALA KNIGHTS WILL EAT

At the meeting of the Ocala lodge
Knights of Pythias last evening it
"was decided to have a chicken pillau
at -Castle Hall next Monday night,
after the session. The best chef in
Marion county has been engaged to
prepare the edibles for the occasion.
Air members of' the local lodge and
visiting brethren who may be Ip
town are requested to be "on hand
without further invitation or solici solicitation.
tation. solicitation. 7, V; vj";
" There will be work in all three
ranks, in which aid will be given by
Mr. Hoyt, a distinguished knight
from Birmingham, who has been
here before

.Mr. C. Green, the moving picture
man and baseball booster, took a
bunch of. his friends down Silver
Springs run and the Oklawaha Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. The fortunate ones were Mrs.
Green. Mrs. Mae Bingham and

daughters. Misses Vivienne and Ed Ed-locke,
locke, Ed-locke, Messrs. J..D. Biiky, J. H. Ben Benjamin
jamin Benjamin andr Laurie Benjamin Mr.
Green chartered the Louie Warren,
which leaving the springs at 9
o'clock reached Los Kiss a few min minutes
utes minutes after 11, meeting on the way
down several paTties of Ocala people
who were assiduously.- engaged in

Mr. Carmichael brought the ladies
home in his car, while Mr. H. S.
Chambers, having a hunch 'that his
Star friends needed him, burnt. the
breeze in his "Devil" wagon to the
springs, and then burnt it back again
with the men, who vainly tried to
remember their prayers as the
"Devil" soared from hilltop to hilltop
on the way home.

NIEL FERGUSON TRUSTEE

In the matter of R. H. Pratt, bank bankrupt,
rupt, bankrupt, heard before the U. S. referee
in bankruptcy, Mr. G. C. McClure, in
his office yesterday, Mr. D. Xiel Fer Ferguson
guson Ferguson was appointed trustee to wind
up the affairs of the company. Mr.
Morgan F. Jones of Jacksonville,
was present, representing Mr. Pratt
as his attorney.

Forty thousand veterans slept on
the battlefield of Gettysburg last

tempting members of the finny tribe night, and more are arriving on ev-

igar A. Wright, ofe Flor

ida Grower of Tampa, is in .tnWcity
today, a guest of the. Harringtonr.
Wright, who has already written

several good descriptive articles

Marion county for his first-class ag agricultural
ricultural agricultural and horticultural paper, is
here securing material for another
writeup. Messrs. J. M. Meffert and
Z. CV Chambliss' are showing him
over the county,, which means that he
will see the best.

Among the other good works of
the Southern Settlement and De

velopment Organization is interest

ing a number of Dutch colonists in
Florida. The Dutch are among the
best people lh the world and have
made a home and a country In spite
of the adverse conditions, of nature
and opposition of hostile humanity.
Everywhere they settle their indus industry
try industry makes the wilderness bloom, and
what they can do. in Florida can
easily be imagined. The Ocala. Board
of Trade will try- to secure some of
these first-rate colonists for Marion
county. : ;

Willis B. Powell, who for years has
cut such a large figure In the public publicity
ity publicity records of this state, left "Tampa
Tuesday for his new home and work
in Columbus, Ga. The best wishes of
Florida go with him;;; and it: they

uoTSt i rem aim ngnc mere; ne Knows

Just whSlo do.

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from their homes.

Arriving at Los Kiss, the men
folks hunted wood to build a fire,
while the lady folks spread the tables
on the grassy sward and the kid
folks strolled in the woods gather gathering
ing gathering flora and fauna i. e., sandspurs
and redbugs. They had a great feed
and the ladies made a long step to toward
ward toward equal suffrage by compelling
the men to wash the dishes. It wasn't
much of a wash, tho.
The return trip was pleasant until
at Grahamville the boat broke the
collarbone, or lost the collarbutton,
or something on the shaft that
makes the propeller wiggle, and there

Iiiic .i vj n u nao niw duiiu lauu lcu
feet away, and straight down at

that. With night only three hours
away, all provisions except three
sandwiches exhausted, and all C.
Green's stock of jokes also exhaust exhausted,
ed, exhausted, nothing to drink but water, the
situation was grave watery grave
indeed. Luckily there was a skiff,
captained by Lester Marsh, in the
vicinity, and it-first took. the ladies,
then the men, to Grahamville. C.

Green was the last to leave the boat.
He was a picturesque figure as he
stood ankle deep In water, one min minute
ute minute reciting "The boy stood on the
burning deck," the next lamenting
that his delicately tinted sox -were
being ruined. The. rude men in the
party heartlessly asked him why did
he wear sox in the- summer time,
then left him to his fate while they
escaped to Grahamville and ate the
only watermelon in sight. Jt was al almost
most almost as cruel as the disaster to La
Burgoyne.
. .Albert Anson Graham, .keeper of
the river chronicles. Immediately
went to; work to succor the shii shii-wrecked,
wrecked, shii-wrecked, and in an hour ; had" the
skillful, and obliging:; Captain Henrr
Mason and his. swift 7and' t' staunch
"Oregbnian" "at ;the ; Grahamville
dock. Before then, however, Cap Captain
tain Captain Weller'. Carmichael, 7 guessing
that the party" was in ; trouble,
brought the "City of Ocala' fiyJng

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ery train. The only drawback to the
felicity of the occasion is the heat,
which has already sent a number of
the old soldiers to the hospital.

The report of Jack Johnson's
triumphal departure from Montreal
for Russia is not pleasing to white
men, but it is only just to remember
that if it was not for brutal and fool foolish
ish foolish white men the disgusting exhi exhibition
bition exhibition could not be made.

The Underwood tariff on oranges,
thanks to the efforts of our Florida
senators, has been placed at 35
cents a box instead of 2 8. The pres present
ent present rate is 70 cents. Its the Star's
opinicn that Florida and California
growers will find this rate protection
enough.

an account which he claims Is due and
payable, made by Alice Hollands Hollands-worth.
worth. Hollands-worth. The defense claims that
Alice Ilollandsworth was a minor at
the time the account was contracted
and as the guardian's consent was
not given, he" is not responsible for
same. Jiidge Smith has the case
under advisement.

NOTICE

Depositors in our Savings Depart Department
ment Department are requested to bring or mail
in their pass-books on or before
July 10th, to have interest added.
Please facilitate our work by being
prompt. 6-30-d5twlt
The Munroe & Chambliss Bank.

DR. J. HARRY WALTERS

Office Telephone 78
Residence Telephone 493
Adv. 6-18-tf

Mr. S. H. Martin, the Fort McCoy
farmer and trucker, (and banker of
Ocala) was a visitor in the city to today.
day. today. He says that Marion county
will raise more corn this year than
ever before in her history, and that
he expects within the next few year?
to see corn shipped from this point
to the markets of the world. Good.

NO DAINTIER LUNCHEON
Can be imagined than one prepared
from our deviled ham or tongue,
luncheon cheese, olives and a hun hundred
dred hundred ether dainty and appetizing spe specialties.
cialties. specialties. And they can be made
ready in n few moments. No bother,
no cooking. Just oneu and serve.
Better have supply oil hand. They
are mighty handy to have in the
house.
J. L. SMITH GROCERY CO.
PHONE 434
Next to Ocala National Bank

During

NOTICE

my absence,

Dr. Harry J.

Walters will be in charge of my, prac practice.
tice. practice. Dr. E. G. Lindner.

down the run, and in
"'ded all hands safe
:nsrs pavilion. .

Sheriff Galloway is in the eastern
part of the county summoning wit witnesses
nesses witnesses in the case of the state vs.
Aubrey Snell, who was arrested a
few days ago on a charge of mali malicious
cious malicious mischief. His offense is said
to be that of shooting down sign signboards
boards signboards and mile posts on the public
highways. He was arraigned before
Judge Smith Saturday and plead not
guilty.

Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Thompson re returned
turned returned home Monday afternoon from
a delightful visit to Dr. and Mrs. T.
C. Thompson in Jacksonville, where
Dr. Thompson joined his wife on her
return from South Carolina, where
she had been visiting friends and
relatives for several weeks.

Charlie Maurer, the erstwhile
Jacksonville shortstop,, did .not re re-maSi,long,with
maSi,long,with re-maSi,long,with Palatka, but leJt. that
city, Sunday for Macon Ga., Hhich
citv offered'him more money." Palat

ka has engaged "Peppery" Smith -,M

Jacksonville to coach its team.

a Mittie Tvn-ie

at the Sitr

Judge William E. Smith heard a
civil case yesterday afternoon in
. -.
which B. J. "Benson was complainant
and J. V. Dean, guardian, was de defendant.:
fendant.: defendant.: ; The case oriinututirt
Dunnelion and is one VIn which -tlic
ccva' afnant Is endeavoring to collect

LOST A bunch of beys, two desk
keys and three Yale -keys; some somewhere
where somewhere between the Ocala Plumbing
& Electric Company's office and the
postoffice. Finder please leave same
at -the Star office. 7-l-6t

SEE OUR
35 Cent Specials
In the Window.
The Jeweler.
Bring in Your
Watches tand Clocks
Repairing Guaranteed

Next jo Express Office.

UNCLASSIFIED ADS.
Lost, Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Bent and Similar Local Needs

FOR RENT Offices, in Holder
building. Apply to Davis & Martin.

F5r RENT My little cottage at
Woodmar on Lake Weir is for rent,
completely furnished. R. R. Carroll.

FOR RENT A two-story seven seven-room
room seven-room house, 78 South Watula street.
Apply to G. J. Blitch. 6-24-6t

FOR RENT Three rooms suita suitable
ble suitable for housekeeping; water, lights
and other conveniences. Address or
apply John Samnia, 302 South Main
street. 6-23-6t

FOR SALE Household goods. Ap

ply to No. 204 Alvarez street, corner

Second. 6-24-5t

G. BLANGHARO

CTOB.ABO BUILDER
, PLANS ITTiXISHi:i

.OX APPLICATION

A OCALA, FLA.

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FOR RENT Five or six-room

house on Daugherty street. Apply to
Baxter Carn. 5-31-tf

WANTED Three milkers who
can milk with dry hands. Anthony
Farm Co., Anthony, Fli. 6-28-4teod

fflWER & MAG KAY
Funeral Directors
Undertakers aod Fm!afrr;c5;
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Ocala's Leading Stores close at 1 p.m.
We are amnnfi the T.pnHprG i

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lid is to prevent the sun or light from coming in contact with the beer the sun
or light affecting the quality caution your friends accordingly."
Pabst Brewing Co. Blue Ribbon says: "To preserve the1 quality of our bottled
beer do not expose it to direct sunlight."
Val Blatz Brewing Co.:says: "To preserve, the brilliancy and quality of bottled beer,
. do not expose it to light."
Fred Miller Brewing Co. says: "Keep this cover on to protect beer from light."
Minneapolis Brewing Co. says: "Never expose beer to the. light. Keep this
cover on."

A. Gettelman Brewing Co. says :

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"Keep this cover on. Light injures beer.

Peter Schoenhofen Brewing Co. says: "Do not expose beer to sunlight."
John Guild Brewing Co. says: "Never expose beer in white bottles to light. Keep
- this xover on."
Jung Biewiiig Co. says: "Never expose beer in bottles to the light. Light affects the
be$y: quickly, and makes it unfit. for use."
Schmidt Brewing Co. says: "To protect beer from the light, keep this
, cover on."
C. & J. Michel Brewing Co. says: "Keep this cover on so as to protect
V this beer from the light."
Fisher 'Brewing --'Co. says: "Beer in white bottles should never be
exposed, to the light."

The statements above appear on case covers
or caution cards sent out by the above brewers with
cases of their beer in light bottles.

e have the originals on file.

Schlitz Brown Bottle needs no cover. It is
made pure and kept pure from the brewery to your
glass. Get Schlitz in Brown Bottles and be sure.

Telephone 37
The C.arniichael Sons Co.
116 r.'. ?vIagnoiia Street
Ocala, Fla.

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Physician, says:
ICE IS YOUR HEALTH GUARDIAN. YOUR BEST
FRIEND IN HOT WEATHER.
OUR ICE IS CHEAP ENOUGH FOR EVERYBODY
TO HAVE PLENTY OF IT.

OCALA ICE &

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

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MACON

I am state distributor for this superior line of brick Paving,
Fire, Common, Pressed and Rough Testyle Brick.
A Southern product, near home, quick deliveries and cheap
transportation.
I handle LEGG'S Fancy Faced, Brick BIBB'S Sewer Pipe and
Flues. STATE AGENT FOR

ATLAS
PORTLAND CEMENT

"The Standard by which all others are measured."
Crushed Rock in any quantities Granite Curbing, Sand,
Jlme. Mortar, Beaver Board, and etc.
WIRE ME AT MY EXPENSE FOR PRICES
DELIVERED TO ANY POINT IN THE STATE
For- materials in building and construction work, I can save
you time, trouble and money.

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& Offices, Salesrooms, Wharves, Trackage and Yards
Gcndry and Kaighl Terminals

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Most accessible beach resort for Ocala and Florida people.
W. II. ADAMS, Owner and Manager
PABLO BEACH, FLA.
Forty minutes' ride from Jacksonville on the finest bathing beach
. on the Atlantic coast. American plan. Abundance
, of sea foods. Reasonable rates.

The friend-winning;
that we are making in our
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type cannot do justice to
' exttaordinary offerings. Buy-
spending money right
; Style may change but
our high quality, low price
! standard of jewelry sell-
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best productions
in jewelry,
gems, silver
ware, novel
ties, etc.
And the
prices are
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pet.

Silt the thinnest pocket book.You

will find rines
men and women
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have splendid assortment of gems in up-to-the-minute
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A Romance of tbe
Future
By
Gtxido von Horvath
and Dean Hoard
OopTTlfiht, 1913, by W. G. Chapman In the United
states ana ureal, liriiaxa.
Tfiis la your final answer, your ex excellency?"
cellency?" excellency?" "It Is."
"Please listen to me for a moment,
not as a courier and representative,
but as man to man.
"Not so very long ago I was your
prisoner, and when I told you that I
would escape, you only laughed. I
escaped, and am standing here before
you as proof that I can do what I
say. Count von Werdenstein, how will
you answer for the mass murder that
you will be responsible for? "We have
tried to avoid conflict."
"You speak as if a mighty army and
navy were at your elbow! What can
you, a single man, do against the force
back of me?"
"Then you will not believe me, will
not heed the warning I give you?
Count, look into your own heart! I,
a single man, have the power to send
you, with all your force, to the bot
tom of the sea. I, alone, plead with
you to return to your own land and
let your armies and navies disband.
for If you don't, many will never see
their loved ones again." The count
was impressed" by Napoleon's sad
voice, but there were many things to
be considered, and, above all else, his
own pride. A thousand deaths would
be easier to account for than the fact
that he. Count von Werdenstein, at
the command of a single man in an
odd airshirx turned homeward and
abandoned the invasion of America.
When he spoke, there was bitterness
In hie voice:
"Mr. Edison, something tells me
that you can do as you say. I know
that, yet I will forget it until I arrive
on American shores: I will not hesi
tate for a second, I will go forward
to win or die. If there is only one
chance in a million, I will try it. No
shame shall besmirch the name of
Werdenstein."
"I am sorry, Count von Werdenstein,
but we must defend our country and
liberty. I will now remove the flag of
truce and return to America and fTom
this 6econd on you can consider me
an enemy."
He closed the window, touched a
lever and with one mighty beat of the
flexible wings the machine ascended
at least a hundred feet.
The count looked after Napoleon.
His face was pale as he hurriedly de descended
scended descended to the bridge.
The eagle lingered above the right
wing of the first line of dreadnoughts.
Napoleon could inflict any damage he
chose. He could almost count the
number of men aboard each vessel.
Werdenstein gave hurried orders, and
watched eagerly for their execution.
A few minutes later two armored
monoplanes gilded up from the flag flagship
ship flagship and turned toward the eagle.
Napoleon must have suspected their
Intention, for he circled higher and
higher up. The bats followed the
eagle; each monoplane carried four
men, each of whom carried small cali caliber,
ber, caliber, mitrelious bombs and other am ammunition
munition ammunition of war.
Still the eagle went higher and
higher, hovering above the north wing
of the long line of war boats. It was
so high now that it appeared only a
speck to the naked eye. The planes
'ascended in a spiral, and they were
far behind. The eagle turned and led
the two planes along the line, near the
flagship. It descended quickly and
made a dip similar to the swoop of
the eagle on its prey that caused the
thousands of spectators to believe it
was falling, but before it touched the
water It darted forward and skimmed
the waves, its great wings touching
the water occasionally.
Napoleon watched the enemies who
were now above him. One had dropped
several bombs, but none had touched
the swiftly moving aerodromone. A turn
of the wheel caueed the eagle to make
a circle before the Brigitta, then It
went higher and higher until It
reached the two monoplanes. Before
Napoleon knew what they were about
the two planes had opened fire; ha
was so close to them that the bullet?
fell on his aerodromone like hail. The
result was surprising. The deadly mis missiles
siles missiles rebounded from the sides without
leaving a mark on the glittering body.
Napoleon had cleverly led them di directly
rectly directly In front of the flagship, so that
the ecene was enacted before the eye
of the count and his staff. It was mar marvelous,
velous, marvelous, the greatest play a man's eyes
had ever rested upon.
Napoleon turned to face the ascend ascending
ing ascending bat. The count saw him reach up
to a lever that he had not used before.
He hesitated for a moment, but when
the first bomb was thrown at him he
pulled the lever; a flash followed. Zig Zigzag
zag Zigzag lines of lightning burst forth and
the once armored monoplane was shat shattered
tered shattered into a thousand bits. Its fate
seemed to shatter the nerve of the en engineer
gineer engineer on the other plane, for he
turned and raced for the flagship. It
was too late. Napoleon pulled the
lever again and it followed Its com comrade
rade comrade into space.
The count was pale; he had been
given a terrible example of bj3 ene enemy's
my's enemy's power, still he did not turnback.
Orders were flashed to the two '"boats
nearest. thft Pn trio tn nnn fii-oViitTi
their heavy guns. Napoleon read ii
order on his plate and was sad, bui
he knew that the only.wav to svv
the masses from annihilation wa
a painful operation- f
His right hand was on
f nv 1ft nn tho. wheel- aa t
lor thundored. the bird m -away,
an J their shells ,wer,
But next m6ment brou.-
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rJ;. dirtt-d toward tLe rvo teals,. th
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gorie7"leaving a mass of floating debris
and dead men.
The Count von Werdenstein looked
at the scene helplessly. For the first
time in his life he realized how puny
he was.
He looked for the eagle, but it had
disappeared.
Boats were put out at once to res rescue
cue rescue those who had not been killed by
the explosions; but the experiences of
that day had spread terror over the
whole fleet and the effect was demor demoralizing.
alizing. demoralizing. The Count von Werdenstein ordered
all the commanders to gather at the
flagship, for he felt that he had to de decide
cide decide on some action. He paced the
bridge of the Brigitta. The navy and
army under his command, that he had
thought great enough to conquer the
whole world, had been defeated by a
single man.
When the council of war began the
count stood to talk, but before he said
a word a message from one of the
transport boats was handed him. It
read:
"We can see the other boats toward
the east, but we cannot communicate
with them. They are trying to reach
us, but can make no progress. Please
send orders."

(Continued Tomorrow)
tLI.Ii: MOIIDIS' MARKET OPKX
The market lormeny Known as the
OIlie Mordis' is now open. Will keep on
and a supply of fresh moats and fisj
Jrders by phone will receive prompt
mention. Phone number 315. Come
to the old stand arnf be treated right
Yours respectfully.
Ad. OLUE MORDIS.
PICXIC AT COOTER POND
By Woodmen Camp and Woodmen
Circle on the Fourth
As per notice last week, Levy
camp Xo. 12G and Oak Grove Circle
Xo. 45, W. O. W of v Montbrook,
will again stand sponsors for the an annual
nual annual 4th of July picnic at Cooter
Pond, midway between Montbrook
and Morriston. The following speak speakers
ers speakers have been secured: Judge Hal W.
Adams of Mayo on behalf of wood woodcraft;
craft; woodcraft; Dr. C. W. Crcok of Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville on behalf of temperance; Hon.
Charles E. Jones of Jacksonville on
behalf of equal suffrage; Hon. Thos.
W. Price of Williston on behalf of
education; Prof. J. J. Vernon, dean
of the university, scientific farming;
Hon. -S. Phillips of Williston, good
roads. Other speakers have been in invited
vited invited but at this writing have not
responded. Dunnellon and Mont Montbrook
brook Montbrook will play ball and the win winner
ner winner is to play Williston. It has been
decided to have a fish fry, which has
heretofore added so much to the pop popularity
ularity popularity of these annual picnics. The
lodges will operate cool drink stands.
I have every reason to believe we
will have a special train from Archer
to Morriston to handle the people
along line of road. t Everybody cor cordially
dially cordially invited to come and bring
well filled baskets. J. S. Blitch,
C. C. Levy Camp Xo. 12 6 W. O. W.
Enjoy outdoor life without tan and
freckles. Rexall cold cream insures
your complexion. Get It at Gerig's
Drugstores. G-17-tf
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.
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Fine steamers; best service; low
fares; wireless telegraph. Through
tickets to and from principal points.
Send for booklet.
H. C. AVERY, Agent,
Jacksonville, Fla.
L. D. JOXES, g. A.
Seminole Hotel. Jacksonville, Fla.
"Finest coastwise Trip in the World"
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND BUU DER
Careful Estimates Made on All Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
XOTICE
Of
Application for Tax De-tl Under
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GERMAN P4ETH0D HAS WORTH
Heads of Cities of the Empire Chosen
i as Would Be Heads of Business
. Institutions.
The German cities have been able
to get their huge municipal invest investments
ments investments intelligently and honestly ex expended
pended expended because they have treated mu municipal
nicipal municipal government as a profession,
and not in the American fashion as a
cross between an exciting sport and
a scramble for the spoils of office.
Many of the German cities and the
imperial government as well, have en entered
tered entered upon the policy of appropriating
for the public treasuries a portion of
land value increment, and it apparent apparently
ly apparently is their purpose to extend this pol policy
icy policy until it covers all or nearly all of
such increment socially created.
Most public improvements, not of a
revenue producing character, have
been paid for by assessing a share of
the cost against abutting property and
from the surplus earning of the reven revenue
ue revenue producing public services."
German cities are large borrowers,
but the money they borrow is always
put to work and is made to pay divi dividends
dends dividends to the city in the form of earn earnings
ings earnings frm public utilities utilities
which in American cities pour profits
into the pockets of private owners.
Thus the city of Bremen has not hes hesitated
itated hesitated to impose, in addition to an
already large public debt, a bond tax
amounting to $132 for each inhabitant
to enlarge and improve its harbor.
Bremen, like Hamburg, owns Its docks
and water front and receives from this
source a revenue which in a few years
will pay off the huge debts incurred to
make that city a port of world com commerce.
merce. commerce. Exchange.
LAWN MUST HAVE SHRUBBERY
Selection Is a Wide One, But Some
Sort There Must Be to Produce
Desired Gcod Effect.
Well placed shubbery is to the
home lawn as leaves are to a tree..
The size and shape of the lawn will
determine the kind of shrubbery to
be planted, and where. The common commonest
est commonest kinds are: Snowball, bush honey honeysuckle,
suckle, honeysuckle, bridal lilacs. Rather than
plant shrubs gathered in the woods,
plant the best that can be had from
the local nursery. This applies to any
plant.
Shrubs should be planted in either
spring or fall, preferably in spring,
when there is no growth. The soil
should be medium, rich, well drained,
relatively deep and well prepared be before
fore before planting the perennials. They
should be planted just deep enough to
cover the roots, which must be in con contact
tact contact with the soil particles. Tramp
the ground down solidly around the
plant. Do not plant when .the soil is
sticky.
The amount of pruning on shrub shrubbery
bery shrubbery is small, for the best effect is
obtained when it is allowed to take its
natural growth. All dead and dying
parts should be cut out The larger
kinds of plants may be .pruned to get
symmetry. And superfluous suckers
should be eliminated.
To' maintain a healthy shrub some
form of soil enrichers must be put
around the plant each fall and spring.
If the plant is a tender one the stalk
may be wrapped In heavy paper or
straw to keep it from freezing. Uni
versity Missourian.
Nasturtiums for Bare Spots.
Plant nasturtiums wherever there Is
a bare spot in your garden; plant them
wherever you think there is going to be
a bare spot. They are among the most
easily grown of flowers ; and the showy
blossoms, which flower until frost, can
be used for cut flowers for the house
all through the summer.
One gardener always plants nastur nasturtiums
tiums nasturtiums about her hollyhocks. When she
cuts down the Etalks of the hollyhocks
after the flowers have passed by a
practice, by the way, which keeps the
plants strong and the flowers big the
nasturtiums are just ready to demand
every inch of ground in sight; for after
they pass their babyhood nasturtium
plants are very greedy of room in a
few weeks more they begin to bloom
and cover what would otherwise be
bare spots in the garden with rioting
color.
Another gardener plants nasturtium
seeds among the bulbs in her hardy
border. She does not remove the bulbs,
b'ut after the foliage of the bulbs turns
seer and yellow she cuts it. Just about
that time the nasturtiums are well un under
der under way and they quickly cover the
bulbs with a carpet of color and
bloom.
Alaska's Floating Court.
Xot many people are aware that the
United States has a floating court
which 13 used In Alaska and which
dispenses justice there. Secretary
of the Treasury McAdoo has issued
instructions to the commander of
the revenue cutter Thetis to" be pre prepared
pared prepared to report at Valdez July 13,
to take aboard Judge Overfield of the
federal district of Alaska, together
with his court officials. The Thetis
will touch at many ports. In which
the court will hear and adjudicate
both civil and criminal cases. Since the
"floating fort" was Introduced, sta statistics
tistics statistics show that crime In the far
northern possessions of the United
States has materially decreased.
Making Amends.
"We wish to express our regret,"
wrote the editor of the 8 pike town
Blizzard, "f cr saying in our hut
week's issue that cur fellow citizen.
Dr. Grlinshaw, 'abandoned a most,
promising cancer,' when he gave up
the practice cf medicine and went to
preaching We wrote It a tendered
a tnct rTntniyire 'vior'"
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' Open to Suspicion.
Thc san who opposes the, revival of
ltfQs breaches 'Idea will be subject
tth 'ytfOicion, no matter how :linpeJ
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Undertaker Smith, phones 10 & 94.
Odd Fellows meet tonight.
Council meets this evening. 1
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Boy scouts meet tonight.
Masons meet Thursday evening.
The Star regrets to hear that Mrs.
Kate Lewis of Citra is very sick.
V. E. Beebe of Cleveland, is at
the Harrington.
Tablets of writing paper, best
quality, 5c. each. Murray & Co.7-l-lt
Rev. W. R. Lambert is quite ill
at the home of Sheriff Galloway.
Mr. George MacKay left this morn morning
ing morning for a business visit to Lakeland.
H. F. Newman of Greensboro, N.
C, is at the Harrington.
Pitchers, formerly 25c. to $1.50,
now 5c. to 50c. Murray & Co. 71-lt
One good way tq acquire wealth is
to. give away nothing but advice.
Boxes of writing paper, fine qual quality,
ity, quality, for 10c. Murray & Co, 7-1-1 1
. Most of us are full of sympathy sympathy-for
for sympathy-for ourselves.
Fresh buttermilk every day at the
Postoffice Drugstore. 6-24-tf
Money does not go as far as
used to go, but it goes faster.
it
J. P. Odeirof Micanopy was at the
Ocala House last night.
Pictures framed promptly in first
class manner, Murray & Co. 7-1-lt
H. B. Masters Co's. shoe depart department,
ment, department, the place where they fit your
feet. 6-30-lm
DR. W. K. LANE Specialist, Eye
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office Law
Library Building, Ocala. Adv.
A' man is known by the company
he keeps, which explains why some of
us hate to be alone.
Mr. M. M. Little will lead the
prayer meeting at the Methodist
church Wednesday night.
Try our Ice cold buttermilk. Re Received
ceived Received daily from the Ocala Heights
Dairy. Gerig's Drugstore. 6-17-tf
W. II. Warnock, one of Citrus
county's big men, was at the Hat Hat-rington
rington Hat-rington yesterday,
The sale of bankrupt goods will be
continued all this week by Murray
&, Company. 7-1-lt
The minute a woman's shoes be begin
gin begin to feel comfortable she discards
them and buys a new pair.
Dr. Von Engelken will have charge
of Dr. McClane's practice, in his ab absence
sence absence to Lake City. Cr30-5t
How absurd to act like a fool and
then become indignant when atten attention
tion attention is called to it.
Ladies' and men's leather pocket pocket-books,
books, pocket-books, formerly 75c. to $3, now 10c.
to 75c. Murray & Company. 7-1-lt
Its nice to be treated like one of
the family but we all prefer to pick
our families.
oee n. a. waiermau, ouucuem
agent for the famous Hart, Schaffner
ft T T A TIT- J. H H A V
& Marx clothing.
6-21-6t
On the sea of matrimony often its
the lucky traveler who misses the
boat.
July Victor records are just in and
unusually fine. Hear them at Lans Lans-ford's.
ford's. Lans-ford's. 6-24-tf
Mr. and JMrs. p. J. Parramore, a
young couple from Jacksonville,
were at the Ocala House last night.
Have your clothes cleaned, pressed
or dyed by Cromer, the dry cleaner.
Telephone 451. 6-23-6t
Manv a man wants the eai
merely that he might squander it
some woman.
The only people who can be flat flattered
tered flattered by telling them they are clever
are those who aren't.
B. J. Benson and J. A. Grumbles
of Dunnellon were at the Ocala House
yesterday.
Fourth of July parade signs ar artistically
tistically artistically painted on snort notice by
the Dodge Sign Co., 28 Magno Magnolia
lia Magnolia street. 6-28-5t
Its vacation time.. Why worry? A
trip to Rivers Haberdashery will aid,
you in preparing for a comfortabfe
time. 7-l-4t
Rivers' "vacation window" for
men relieves you of the worry of
making preparations for your vaca vacation.
tion. vacation. 7-l-4t
Hotel Breakers, Daytona Beach; a
new hotel; has all modern conven conveniences;
iences; conveniences; fronts on Ocean just south
of ocean pier. Rates $2.50 per day
and upwards. Special rates by the
week or month.- We make a special specialty
ty specialty of sea food dinners Thursday even evenings
ings evenings and Sunday. noon. G-23-tf
"For first class aatoxnobile sej. ee
by the trip, 'hour or !ay, phone ;
327. .. First -class e&r aiul cnlfci 1:
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OWNERS OF AUTOS

Appealed to for Valuable and Pu
triotic Aid
A special appeal is made In behalf
of the 4th of July committee to the
following owners of automobiles to
please join in the parade on the 4 th,
as per program, and be in line
promptly at 9 o'clock.
Mesdames Burford, Hampton, O.
Green, Fred Blalock, Haycraft. Flip Flip-pen,
pen, Flip-pen, Howard, Walters, Rosebenr,
Louis Home, W. Carmichael, Hocker,
Holder, Tydings, Kirkland, Misses
Minnie Stovall and Alice Bullock
and following gentlemen: R. L. An Anderson,
derson, Anderson, John Martin, J. M. Meffert
and sons, George Pasteur, T. T.
Munroe, Z. C. Chambliss, J. J. Gerig,
L. R. Chazal, L. X. Green, George
Rentz, E. P. Rentz. M. L. Reynolds,
H. C. Jones, R. T. Adams, C. H.
Lloyd, J. H. Spencer, R. S. Hall, W.
D. Taylor, George MacKay, D. E. Mc Mc-Iver,
Iver, Mc-Iver, M. J. Roess, Charles Rheinauer,:
Dr. Schreiber, A. G. Gates, J. P. Gal-
loway, S. R. Pyles, Dallas Jeffcoat.i
Will Jeffcoat, C. R. Kreger, Knight!
& Lang, Tompkins & Cobb, C. L.l
Anderson, B. F. Condon and all the
doctors as they have cars.
It is also hoped that all citizens in
Marion county with cars will come in
and join the parade, swell the pro
cession all you can and help to. make
a glorious fourth. The committpe
hopes if any name left out no one
will feel they have been slighted.
We want everyone to feel welcome;
ft is your celebration. Let us all turn
out and have one bis. jolly fourth.
J. D. Rooney,
Chmn Fourth of July Committee.
DECORATE!
DECORATES
DECORATE!
The fourth of July is at hand,
and all those concerned are busy
making ready for the great event. It
is particularly up to the business
men to do their best in the way of
decoration, and they should give
their brightest ideas and most sin sincere
cere sincere energies to that task in the next
two days.
TEMPLE BADLY TREATED
It is not Mr. Green's fault that he
has been obliged to disappoint his
patrons about the Detective Burns
pictures. He ordered them in plenty
iitime, and received positive assur assurance
ance assurance that they would be here, only
to have the promise broken three
times, of which today is the last.
The Temple will have a good pro program
gram program tonight, tho, and you will be
well entertained if you attend.
NO REHEARSAL OR CONCERT
There will be no rehearsal of the
band tonight and on account of the
fact that the band, will play most all
day cn the 4th, there will be no con concert
cert concert from the band stand Friday eve evening.
ning. evening. A. E. Gerig, Director.
The clerks in all the Ocala banks
were at work until late last night,
footing up the month's work. Some
people think bankers have a soft
snap, but there is a lot of physical as
well as mental strain in the task of
taking care of other people's moaey.
The Star recommends what few
hoodlums there are about this town
to be careful. One of the young ladv
clerks who has to go home alone, or
with some other girls, at 10 o'clock
i every Saturday night, showed a re-
porter a bilious looking hat pin,
which she carries "up her sleeve on
that trip, and the reporter can tes-
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tlfy tbat be would ratner tackle a
man wjth a knife than the said young
lady with the aforesaid hatpin.
Mrs. Jame3 R. Moorhead spent to
;day demonstrating at the home of
Prof, and Mrs. J. H. Brinson, whose
little girl is most proficient in the
art of tomato canning.
Dr. and Mrs. F. E. McClane, Mr.
and Mr3. Adcock, Miss Mary Gates
and Mr. Harry Cole went to Lake
City as delegates for the B. Y. P. U.
convention. Revs. Stephens and.
Lewia-'wtll go up later.
r mi a. j u
ine couniv juuge nas issutju 11
censes to A.T. Johnson and kathl
een Tweedle; to Wm. L. Dorr and
Mrs. Eva L. Roberts. I
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eSsr3. H. L. Hutchinson and G.
Henry Davis of Gainesville were, in
the city today, and said the Univer University
sity University City ball team was training to a
fine point for the game with Ocala
on the fourth.
Mr. M. Fishel, the live "Four.th of
July" worker of Ocala, is busy today
making his final collections for the
fund. To make him call for the
amounts subscribed is an imposition
upon him. Checks should have been
mailed to him ere this.
.
K Mr. J. P. Nix, a former resident of
Marion county, at present a suc successful
cessful successful truk groweron the lower
east coastljU-rSon a visit to his
sister, Mrs. Lewis Parker, at her
home north of town.
An Oca5vjjhysiciah was called
across the OkKiwaha the other day
to dress a wotiiM for Miss Maude
Mills, who was Jfeerely hurt by the
accidental disclose of a revolver.
Singular to say, .vliss Mills" mother
was thP victim" oka -similar accident
about a year ago.
Why worry over the
your, vacation, e!othe
'-election of
:a we have
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If you have any Items for this de department,
partment, department, call Phone 106.
Miss Annie Moorhead's Dance
This evening at S o'clock Miss An
nie Moorhead will entertain her
young friends at a very lovely dance
at the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. R. Moorhead. in honor nf four
attractive visiting girls. Misses Leon-
tine Ramsaur of St. Petersburg, Hal-
lie Lancaster of Forsvth. fia.. Ruhr
Wilson of Apopka and Minnie Jack
son of Birmingham, Ala., who receiv
ed with the hostess all daintily gown gowned
ed gowned in simple lingerie frocks. Mrs.
Moorhead will receive her daughter's
guests and with the assistance of
Mrs. C. R. Sapp and Miss Lucy Moor
head the pleasures of the evening
are pleasantly anticipated. The en entire
tire entire Moorhead home, which has re recently
cently recently been remodeled, is splendidly
arranged for dancing and upon this
occasion the lower floor will be
thrown open and the vouns- nnnip
v O M' J'
will trip the light fantastic until the
midnight hour. For the -pleasure of
those not caring to dance card tables
will be placed upon the broad ver
andas and through the intermission
the young folks will match with for fortune
tune fortune cards drawn from real witch
bowls placed on the front lawn and
presided over by the most wierd old
witches that ever visited a party.
Delicious "Bryan" punch will be
served throughout the entire evening
and at at the conclusion of the eve
ning's pleasures banana sherbet and
white cake will be served. Those in invited
vited invited to attend this pretty affair are
Misses Alice Sexton, Sarah Martin,
Rexie Todd, Nellie Beckham, Han Han-nay
nay Han-nay Ellis, Lorayne Kemp, Martha
Rentz, Mary Livingston, Pope Eagle Eagle-ton,
ton, Eagle-ton, Louise Sanders, Nan Brooks,
Sue Moore, Virginia Sistrunk, Susie
Ervin, Mary Riddle, Carolyn Harriss,
Margaret Jackson, Gladys, Martin,
Leontine Ramsaur, Hallie Lancaster,
Ruby Wilson, Minnie Jackson, We We-nona
nona We-nona Wetherbee, Elizabeth Davis,
MUdred Pyles and Messrs. Welsh
Dewey, Albert Harriss, Perry An Anthony,
thony, Anthony, Julius Brown, Ralph Alle Alle-mond,
mond, Alle-mond, George Davis, Elmer Small,
Olaf Zewadski, Ray Spitler, Joe Bor Borden,
den, Borden, John Eatts, Carlton Ervin, Lynn
Sanders, Herman, Grimm, Robert Ty Tydings,
dings, Tydings, Carol Blalock, John Richey,
Homer Small, Hugh Geiger, Leroy
Bridges, Joe Blalock, Wayne Ten
Eyck, LaGrange Sistrunk, Sam Bur Bur-ford,
ford, Bur-ford, W. M. Martin, Dick Stroud,
Claude Hickel.
Mr .and Mrs.' John Boisseau ex
pect to leave in a day or so for a va vacation
cation vacation at Mr. Boisseau's old hom6 in
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Petersburg, Va. Mr. Boisseau the
city ticket agent of the Seaboard,
and in the year or more he hajs pass passed
ed passed in Ocala has made friends ffor his
road and himself by his courteous
and efficient manner in attending to
business. Mrs. Boisseau is most
charming young lady and hasXmade
many friends, who hope for herand
Mr. Boisseau a most pleasant vaca
tion and a safe return.
Misses Clara Gray, Ophelia Gray
and May Bradshaw left tonight for
New York City. In New York they
will be joined by Miss Alice Alfred.
The four St. Petersburg girls' will
take a course at Columbia University.
The Misses Gray will be with their
brother, A. R. Gray, who holds a re
sponsible position with a large elec
trical supply house and has apart apartments
ments apartments on Riverside Drive.-r-St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg items in Tampa Tribune.
Mr. W. V. Harriss returned yes
terday from a few days spent at. In-
dian Springs, Ga.
Mrs. W. W. Harriss has as her
guest her sister, Mrs. Carl Van De-
man, who arrived yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon from Pittsburg, Pa. Mrs. Van
Deman will spend some weeks in
Ocala and later on will join her hus husband
band husband in the northwest, where he
went recently.
Mrs. E. C. Bennett tendered her
little daughter Elizabeth, a ery
jQvery birihday party late Monday
afternoon.X After a few games were
played the) little ones marched into
the dining room, which was a place
of beauty. The table banked with
crimson salvia, surrounded by elev-
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We are carrying a very com complete
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' Block's Crackers and Cakes
in bulk and packages.
All 10c packages 3 for25cts,
all 5c packages 6 for 25 cts.
There is none better than
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en lighted candles li hwse
birthday cake to eat with hug
saucers of delicious ice cream, with
home made candles, made the very
best of good tiirics. Then all went to
the movies. Eacn'Mittle girl radiant radiantly
ly radiantly happy and loatn to leave, wished
Elizabeth's birthday came every
week. Those invited to enjoy this
happy occasion were Elizabeth and
Margaret Hocker, Jessie Whitworth,
Virginia Beckham and Margaret
Jenkins.
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Stewart-Alison
A wedding of unusual local inter interest
est interest is that of Mrs. Abson and Mr.
Stewart, which took place at the
home of the bride on las"t Saturday,
June 2Sth, inllackp nsac, N. J. Mrs.
Abson now Mrs. Stewart, lived for
many yearSkiii-Oeaia. After her hus husband's
band's husband's death she (moved to New Ro Ro-chelle,
chelle, Ro-chelle, X. Y., going from there a few
weeks ago to her new home in Hack Hack-ensac.
ensac. Hack-ensac. She is a most charming and
lovely woman and her many friends
here will be greatly interested and
wish for her much happiness.
Mrs. John W. Dodge and son Mas Master
ter Master John, arrived yesterday afternoon
from Jacksonville for a short visit
with Dn and Mrs. W. H. Dodge.
Master William and little Miss Sus Susanna
anna Susanna Dodge, who have had a lovely
visit with their grandparents, will
return with them to Jacksonville.
a
Mrs. R. D. Thompson, and little
grandsons. Bob and Hugh Chace, are
at home from a very delightful visit
to Daytona Beach.
Mrs. E. A. Burnett, formerly Miss
Eloise Smoak, and baby sons are
visiting relatives in this city for a
few weeks.
Mrs. T. J. Blalock is entertaining
her brother, Dr. L. M. Frink of Tam
pa.
Mrs. Geo. L. Taylor will have as
her guest this week Miss Louise Nix
on of Tallahassee, who is pleasantly
remembered by her many friends in
this city.
a
Miss Bertha Farris and Miss Helen
Morgan left for Ocala this morning
to spend a few days with relatives
and friends before going to Wrights Wrights-ville
ville Wrights-ville Beach and Asheville, N. C, for
the summer. Jacksonville Metrop Metropolis,
olis, Metropolis, 30th.
Mr3. Mallory Liddon and son
Master Potter Liddon, leave tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow morning for the Adirondack
mountains, and will later spend some
time at Saratoga Springs, N. Y.,
where they will Ie joined by Mr. Lid Liddon.
don. Liddon. Jacksonville Metropolis, 20tB.
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
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a-
.irs. lvalue
been in the hospital for
weeks, returned to her home yestei
day.
Mrs. .Mary uoage .uaaaox was
taken to the hospital Sunday night
for medical treatment. She is doing
very well today.
All the other patients are improv improving.
ing. improving. .
Mrs. S. U. Campbell or Summer Summer-field
field Summer-field was entered as a patient at the
hospital yesterday.
A NARROW KSCAPK
The family of Mr. M. G. Davis of
Zuber had a narrow escape at the
Seaboard crossing of Magnolia street
yesterday. They were crossing the
tracks in their auto when a freight
train backed into the car. The auto
was smashed and the people in it
only saved themsejves bjj jumping
Those in the car were Mrs. Davis and
three children, and Mr. Davis' father,
Mr. W. F. Davis. They say t
the watchman gaverth"5naC9Tfgnal
and that there was no one on the
rear end of the train.
Hotel Breakers, Daytona Beach,,
will give banquet July 4th at 6 p. m.
Dance after banquet.
Price $1 per,,
plate including dance. There will Jt Jt-fireworks
fireworks Jt-fireworks on ocean pier for thasv
do not dance. 6-24-6t "t
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the month of June in this beautiful
Southland now abloonr with rosea,
lends a more appropriate time to
score in "love making."
See oar refrigerator candy case
filled with
and just tell the cleric "her address.
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The Confectioner, Phone 375
If you would Buy, Sell,
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P. O. Box 356.
BcMed Girl
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an absolute fact, that one 50 cent
K. WILSON'S FRECKLE CREAM
t remove your freckles or cause
SyVle and that two jara will even
fit severe cases completely euro
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ammoth lara $1.00. WILSON'S FAIR
KIN SOAP 25c For sale by
OLD BV TUK COURT PHARMACY
Prectpt and Practlc.
"Do you with to go to church ttl
renlng T Father Is going to preach,
you know," th minister fair daugh daughter
ter daughter aaked. The young man considered.
Um. The last time 1 went he rather
fell on som of my small fallings. Do
you know what his text will he to to-nlghtr
nlghtr to-nlghtr "Yes. 'Love One Another.'
He regarded the round pink ch?ek ap ap-prortegly.
prortegly. ap-prortegly. "Suppose." he suggested
oftly, "that we let the old gentlemen
o preach while we sit on the oorci
ad practice?"
r Cuts, Burns and Bruises
In every home there should be a
box of Bucklin's Arnica Salve, ready
to apply In every case of burns, cuts,
wounds or scalds. J. H. Polanco.
Delvalle, Tex., R. No. 2, writes:
"Bucklin's Arnica Salve saved my
little girl's foot. No one believed it
could be cured." The world's best
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The Man who put the EEs In FEET.
In the 5?me Order.
A silversmith has a place next
door to a restaurant. The former
having put up a placard: "Jewelry of
all kinds plated." the restaurant keep keeper
er keeper followed with this: "Oysters and
little -neck clams plated." Boston
Transcript.
Dysentery is always serious and
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be cured. Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has
cured it even when malignant and
epidemic. For sale by all dealers, ad
Day of th High Top Hat.
In a New York store there hangs
a picture of Dom Tedro of Brazil re receiving
ceiving receiving a delegation of citizens at
Philadelphia on the day when he took
pait In the closing ceremonies of the
Centennial exposition. Nearly all the
men In the group wore high top hata.
no. a.
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for MALARIA or CHILIS &. FEVER.
Five or six doses will break any case, and
if taken then as a tonic the Fver will nn

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Real Lace From Human Hair.
They are making lace from human
hair now No. it is not for trimming
dresses with, but Is used for the
partings of wigs. It Is made by hand,
and the knots are held by a solution
of wax, f otherwise they would un unravel.
ravel. unravel. When this lace la used It
takes an almost microscopic examina
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SCRIBES IX THE GULF CITY

(Continued from First Pagej
on the Gulf, under the leadership
and care of Editor Lew Brown. The
steamer "Favorite" was chartered
for the purpose of conveying them
and left the Tampa docks promptly
at 7:30 Friday morning. The trip
t --it. Petersburg dock was made in
about two hours. Here the cargo
was transferred to a smaller vessel
so as to make the trip through the
channel to Fass-a-Grille, which. place,
bv the wav, is destined to become
one of the most popular resorts on
the Florida coast. After another two
hours' ride the party arrived at
Pass-a-Grille, where the leading ho-
tel of the place had been instructed
to prepare a fish dinner for the hun-
not yet arrived the party amused
themselves by card playing, bathing
and social conversation in the spa-'
cious lobby of the hotel.
Editor Lew Brown of the Inde Independent,
pendent, Independent, invited the members to in inspect
spect inspect the "Life Saving Station" lo located
cated located several hundred yards down
the beach. Many of the boys thought
that the sun was too fierce for so
long a walk but as the news got
abroad that the "Life Saving Sta Station"
tion" Station" was the appropriate name se selected
lected selected for the club rooms of the
Pass-a-Grille Yacht Club and that
cooling beverages were served there
on warm days the distance seemed to
shorten and the trail was kept hot
during the remainder of the stay on
the island.
At the signal for dinner all filed
into the large dining room and par partook
took partook of a splendid meal as the guests
of the St. Petersburg editors and
board of trade. Scarcely had dinner
been finished when the cry "all
aboard" was sounded and the crowd
again boarded the launch which was
to convey them to Gulfport.
Nearly all of the party was very
agreeably surprised at what they
saw at l'ass-a-uriiie, as tney nau
only expected to see a bath house or
two and a fine beach. Imagine their
surprise then to nna quite a town
with its hotels, stores, sidewalks,
bathing pavilions, sea wall and doz dozens
ens dozens o' attractive summer cottages.
Pass-a-Grille enjoys the distinction
of having been' the first town in
Florida to adopt the commission
form of government, and whether
this or its close proximity to a large
population is responsible for its
rapid growth makes no difference so
long as it continues to prosper as it
has done up to .this time. It has only
been "discovered" within the past
hree years.
Two small launches were brought
jinto action to convey the party to
jGulf Port. Here a delegation of cit cit-lizens
lizens cit-lizens from St. Petersburg was wait wait-iing
iing wait-iing to greet them and escort them
'six miles across the peninsula on the
electric car line. The trip to the
Sunshine City was made in good
time. Arrangements had been made
to show the visitors around the city
in trolley cars, hold an informal re reception
ception reception and luncheon at the auditor auditorium
ium auditorium and let everybody take a look at
the finest theater south of Atlanta.
This program, however, was entirely
smashed up by a rain storm which
! arrived at the same time, the editors
did and continued until the time for
departure, thus depriving them of
the many good things they all knew
awaited them at the hands of that
prince of good fellows. Mr. Lew
Brown and his associates. All re regretted
gretted regretted very much the inopportune
appearance of the rain storm "in the
"Sunshine City" just at this time as
the motto worn on the badges of the
rpcention committee seemed like a
huge joke. Suffice it to say. though,
all were well entertained during
their stay and returned to the wait waiting
ing waiting steamer satisfied that the people
of St. Petersburg had done them themselves
selves themselves proud in their determination
to show the editors' a pleasant day's
outing.
As soon as all had gotten aboard
the "Favorite" and order could be
restored, a meeting of the associa association
tion association was called by President Mayes.
The secretary's report was read and
accepted. A number of applications
for membership were acted upon.
The constitution of the organization
was changed so as to allow the vot voting
ing voting of proxies at later meetings.
This was done in order that all mem members,
bers, members, though it became necessary for
them to return to their homes be before
fore before adjournment, might vote on the
question of the next meeting place,
this being the last business to be
transacted by the association.
A resolution of thanks was tender tendered
ed tendered to Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Powell for
their many courtesies during the ses session.
sion. session. Mr. Harry L. Brown made a strong
talk on the desirability of organiz organizing
ing organizing a state branch of the National
Typothetae.
Editor Lew Brown of the St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg Independent, addressed the
meeting on "What the Merchant Ex-
and handled
his subject in a manner that proved
that he knew just what he was talk-
ing about.
Other members made impromptu
addresses during the meeting and all
in all the boat session was a pleasant
and profitable one. Adjournment
was taken just before landing at the
Tampa docks until 9 o'clock Satur Saturday
day Saturday morning.
Saturday's Session.
On convening Saturday morning
the claims of the various towns who
, : :n(1t- invent ion were
aH6d the next convention ere
grams and letters by the dozen were
read, .and each contesting city had a
representative on hand to tell the
editors what was in store for them

if they selected their city. The cities;
of Orlando. DeLand. Wen Palm

Beach. Miami. Kev West and Fort'"
Myers wre placed in nomination,
and the latter received a majority of
the votes on the first ballot and was
declared the winner. The date of
the meeting will be made known by
the executive committee at their i
meeting early in January. J
The following officers were elect-!
ed for the ensuing year: President.
William (Dr. Bill) Russell. Palatka;
vice president. Robert J. Holly.
Sanford; secretary. T. J. Appleyard,
Tallahassee: treasurer. J. W. White,1
Jacksonville; national committee committeeman.
man. committeeman. J. II. Humphries, Bradentown.
Mr. William Burrows, of Pensa Pensa-cola,
cola, Pensa-cola, then addressed the meeting on
the subject of the cost system, and
maIe many converts to the plan by
his clear explanation of each detail
connected with it. As the time for
presenting this most important sub
ject was entirely too short to do it
justice, it was decided to hold a
meeting in Ocala in September for
the purpose of organizing a state
branch of the National Typothetae.
On motion, the meeting then ad adjourned
journed adjourned sine die.
The members then proceeded to
the brewery of the Florida Brewing
Company, where a luncheon had been
prepared for them. This, like the
other affairs prepared for the editors,
was everything that could be desired.
A moving picture film was made of
the party while at luncheon. After
the crowd had inspected the plant
and thoroughly enjoyed themselves
for over an hour, they were taken to
the ball grounds to witness a game
between two of the strong Tampa
teams.
Thus ended one of the most pleas
ant meetings or tne Morula l'ress
Association.
One of the most pleasant features
of the meeting was the turning over
of the Tampa Times on Friday to
the visitors. Their product was a
gem and is worthy of preservation.
The staff for the occasion was select
ed from the state's most brilliant
journalistic lights.
One of the features of the meet
ing on the morning of the last day's
session was the awarding of the
prizes offered by the Glenn-Reagin
Company for the best displayed ad
vertisement of their business. The
Eustis Lake Region's product was
vote'd the first prize: Fort Pierce
News second, and the Rinaldi Print
ing Company, Tampa, third.
The snlendid time shown the
newspaper men in Tampa and St
Petersburg will make them boosters
for these cities for many months to
come.
There is more catarrh in this sec
tion of the country than all other dis
eases put together, and until the last
few years was supposed to be incur
able. For a great many years. doc
tors pronounced it a local disease
and nrescribed local remedies, and
by constantly failing to cure with lo
cal treatment, pronounced it incura
ble. Science has proven catarrh to
be a constitutional disease and there
fore requires constitutional treat
ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manu
factured by F. J. Cheney & Co., To
ledo. Ohio, is the only constitutiona
cure on the market. It is taken in
ternally in doses from 10 drops to a
teaspoonful. It acts directly on the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. They offer one hundred dol dollars,
lars, dollars, for any case it fails to cure
Send for circulars and testimonials.
Address. F. J. Cheney fc Co., Toledo,
Ohio. Sold by drugstores. Take
Hall's Family Pills for constipa constipation.
tion. constipation. Adv
In Prals of Frugality.
"Men know not how great a revenue
frugality is." Cicero.
Hooray! Baby To
Rule the House
No Longer Do Women Fear The Great
est of All Human Blessings.
It is a joy and comfort to know that
those mueh-talked-of pains and other dis distresses
tresses distresses that are said to precede child-bearing
may easily tx? avoided. No woman need
fear the slightest discomfort if she will
fortify herself with the well-known and
time-honored remedy, "Mother's Friend."
This is a most grateful, penetrating, ex external
ternal external application that at once softens and
makes pliant the abdominal muscles and
ligaments. They naturally expand without
the slightest strain, and thus not only
banish all tendency ta nervous, twitching
spells, but there Is an entire freedom from
nausea, discomfort, sleeplessness and dread
that so often leave their impress upon the
babe.
The occasion is therefore one of un unbounded,
bounded, unbounded, joyful anticipation, and too much
stress can not be laid upon the remarkable
Influence which a mother's happy, pre-natal
disposition has upon the health and for fortunes
tunes fortunes of the generation to come.
Mother's Friend is recommended only for
the relief and comfort of expectant mothers,
thousands of whom have used and recom recommend
mend recommend It. You will find it on sale at all drug
stores at $t.oo a bottle. Write to-day to the
Bradfield Regulator Co., ISO Lamar P.ldg.,
Atlanta. Ga.. for a most instructive fN,k on
this greatest of all subjects, motherhood.
Ungallat Man.
It is rather an ungallant man who
advocates women's suffrage on the
theory that it will not make any real
difference Washington Star.
Till: KINft OF ALL LAXATIVES
For constipation, headaches, indi indigestion
gestion indigestion and dyspepsia, use Dr. King's
Xew Life Pills. Paul Mathulka, of
Buffalo. X. Y., says they are the
"king of all laxatives. They are a
blessing to all my family and 1 al
ways keep a box at home."
box and get well. Price 2."c
omniended by Tydings & Ovr-Adv
Good Mli.k.
Ilk.
The returned freshJalr kid was tell telling
ing telling his mother of tZe wonders of the
country. f Ard aay.ha he said, "out
at Angola 1 ftey getmUk from cowt,
and it's Just ssd mllk as any.
Buffafo ffi
Buv it nofK Chamberlain s cone.
Cholera andjypiarrhoea Remedy is al almost
most almost certain! to 'be needed before the
summer is "er. Buy it now ana ie
nrnnared foi such an emergency.
- por ?ale b
til dealers. Adv.

STARTED OUT IX STYLE

Jmon With His AVhite Slave
and Two (las Wasons Off
for St. Petersburg
Montreal, July 1. Jack Johnson,
the negro pugilist, accompanied by
his white wife, Lucille Cameron
Johnson, left for Havre on the Allan
Line steamer Corinthian yesterday
morning. They boarded the steamer
in the presence of Canadian immigra immigration
tion immigration officers who watched Johnson's
(progress Europeward until he was
beyond tiieir jurisdiction.
Just before going on board. John
son reiterated his declaration that he
had no intention of forfeiting his bail
bond m Chicago, and was going to
Europe to recoup by boxing contest
in the losses he has sustained in his
trials. He declared he would be in
Chicago when his appeal from a
white slave' conviction is argued in
November.
Johnson took with him two auto automobiles,
mobiles, automobiles, a limousine and a high pow powered
ered powered touring car.
I'M-: OF CALOMEL.
1MI ACTIC ALLY
STOPPED
For BilimiN Attack. Constipation and
All Liver Troubles. Daugerou Cal Calomel
omel Calomel t;iveM Way (o Doriaon Liver
Tone
Every druggist in the state has no
ticed a great falling oft! in the sale of
calomel. They all give the same rea reason.
son. reason. Dodson's Liver Tone is taking
its place.
"Calomel is often dangerous and
people know It, while Dodson s Liver
Tone is perfectly safe and gives bet
ter results," says the Court Pharmacy.
Do-d son's Liver Tone is personally
guaranteed by the Court Pharmacy,
which sells it. A large bottle costs 50
cents, and if it fails to give easy re
lief in every case of sluggishness, you
have only to ask for your money back.
It will be promptly returned.
Dodson's Liver Tone is a pleasant
tasting, purely vegetable remedy
harmless to both children and adults.
A bottle in the house may save you a
day's work or keep your children from
missing school. Keep your liver work working
ing working and your liver will not keep you
from working. Ad. No. 3
Down Fine.
"Now, Willie."' said the superlnten
dent's little boj audi-essing the black blacksmith's
smith's blacksmith's little boy, who had to come
ovr for a frolic, "we'll play 'Sabbath
school.' You give me a nickei .every
Sunday fur six months and then at
Chr!stnias I'll give you a 10-cent bag
of candy." Woman's Home Compan Companion
ion Companion I S 1 1 YOlTl CIIILIIli:X OF WORMS
You can change fretful, ill-tempered
children into healthy, happy
youngsters, by ridding them of
worms. Tossing rolling, grinding of
teeth, crying out while asleep, accom accompanied
panied accompanied with intense thirst, pains in
the stomach and bowels, feverish feverish-ness
ness feverish-ness .and bad breath, are symptoms
that indicate worms. Kickapoo Worm
Killer, a pleasant candy lozenge, ex expels
pels expels the worms, regulates the bowels,
restores your children to health and
happiness. Mrs. J. A. Brisbin, of El Elgin,
gin, Elgin, 111., says: "I have used Kicka Kickapoo
poo Kickapoo Worm Killer for years, and en entirely
tirely entirely rid my children of worms. I
would not be without it." Guaran Guaranteed.
teed. Guaranteed. Alf druggists, or by mail..
Price iTic. Kickapoo Indian Medi Medicine
cine Medicine Co., Philadelphia and St.
Louis. Adv.
Probao'y tfce rrot typical illustra illustration
tion illustration of modern culture was the reply
of a lady who. VnJ br-n en'husiastlo
over the Wa en-Jan cycle, and "when
I asked her tn te!! rre quite honestly,
as between oTd friends if sbe really
enjoyed it. rerlff d: 'Oh. yes! 1 think
rne likes Wagner doesn't one?"
If yo uare a housewife you cannot
reasonably hope to be healthy or
beautiful by washing dishes, sweep sweeping
ing sweeping and doing housework all day,
and crawling into bed dead tired at
night. You must get out into the
open "air and sunlight. If you do this
every day and keep your stomach
and bowels in good order by taking
Chamberlain's Tablets when needed,
you should become both healthy and
beautiful. For sale by all dealers, ad
Too Cererously Gifted.
"I wish I d:d ret hnve so powerful
in imagination." lamented the g!r! with
the fluffy hair "I.-t r.vzht I dreamed
I wr.s .r. an ocean steamship ird f
woko nr seasick"
Ct'res "irt Seres, Otter Renvoes Won't Cure.
The wfr. c;e5 vo natter of hew lonjr standing
pre cur-d by t.-e vcnderful, o!J reliable Lf
1 vrt-vfi .--.i: -::r V-nYiu-u Oil. It relieve:
raiar.aii Heals at the s.ime time. 25c, 50c, $X.(X
Husband Got Even.
In Austria a woman was recently
sent to jail for opening her husband's
mail. She brrp.n a hv.v for divorce on
evidence obtained from the letter and
her husband retaliated by sending her
to jail for oneuing tbe letter.
During the summer months
mothers of young children should
watch for any unnatural looseness of
the bowels. When given prompt at attention
tention attention at this time serious trouble
mav be avoided. Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem Remedy
edy Remedy can always be depended upon.
For ?ale by all dealers. Adv.
The Drawback.
"I fold mine hands aiui stand and
wait and know mine o-rn shall come to
me unless a coprcr catches on and
pinches me for vagrancy "Houston
Pest
rXSKJHTLY FACE SPOTS
Are cured by Dr. Hobson's Eczema
Ointment, which heals all skin erup erup-t:r.n
t:r.n erup-t:r.n 'n matter how lonz you have

Get ajheen troubled by itching, burning, or
Rec-'.. ctin humors. Wist nut a little

of that soothing anticept'c, Dr Hob Hob-son's
son's Hob-son's Ointment on the sores and the
suffering stops instantly. Healing
begins that very minute. Doctors
use it in their practice and recom recommend
mend recommend it. Mr. Alleman of Littletown,
Pa., says: "Had eczema on fore forehead;
head; forehead; Dr. Hobson's Eczema Oint Ointment
ment Ointment cured it in two week." Guar Guaranteed
anteed Guaranteed to relive or money refunded.
Price 50c, Pfeiffer Chemical Co.,
Philadelphia and St. Louis. Adv
TO GET RID t)F MOSQUITOES
an Sleep. Fish. Hunt or attend to may wot j
at beicz worried by tne Diune or siasms
sqtiitoes. Sand-flies, Cnatsor other insects
iplymg to tee lace, ears ana nanus,
ER'S ANTISEPTIC HEAJJMG OIL. 25c

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WE AREfe

WE WANT TO BE THE BIG NOISE IN OUR BUSINESS
N THIS COMMUNITY. THE WAY WE INTEND TO DO IT
IS BY "MAKING GOOD." .WE WILL GIVE YOU A FAIR
PRICE ON THE BEST LINE OF LUMBER THAT COMES
TO THIS COUNTY. WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS. AND IF
YOU BUY FROM US ONCE YOU WILL GO NOWHERE
ELSE. WE WILL SEE THAT YOU ARE SATISFIED.

SUPPLY

Ocala
PHONE
XOTICK
AKTK I.KS OF IC OHIHH TIO M
iMtorosr.n ciiAitTKit of Tin-:
Ml ltltW COMPANY
The undersigned hereby associate
themselves together for the purpose
of becoming incorporated under the
laws of the state of Florida in relation
to corporations for profit and hereby
make and publish the following ar articles
ticles articles of incorporation and proposed
charter.
I.
The name of the corporation shall be
'TUK MURRAY COMPANY" and its
principal place of business shall be at
ucala, Florida.
II.
The general nature ot the business
to be transacted by the company shall
be: To deal generally in books, sta stationery,
tionery, stationery, office supplies, office special specialties,
ties, specialties, school books and carry on a
general news business.
- The company shall also have the
right to engage in the jewelry busi business,
ness, business, and carry a general lire of jew jewelry,
elry, jewelry, toilet articles and chinaware.
The company shall also have the
right to deal in music, musical instru instruments
ments instruments and supplies.
The company shall also have the
right to engage in the general print printing,
ing, printing, engraving and lithographing bus
iness, do a general mau order Business,
and carry on such other business as is
incident to th purposes of this char charter
ter charter and not inconsistent with the laws
of the state of Florida.
in.
The amount of capital stock author
Ued is ten thousand ($10,000) dollars,
whieh shall be divided into one hun-j
ireii tii'oj snares oi me par vaiue 01
one Hundred (iui) uonnrs eacn. wuicu
said capital stock shall be paid Into
the corporation in cash or its equlv
alent In merchandise, personal or real i
property: all stock when issued shall
be fully paid and non-assessable.
IV
The charter or this company shall be
perpetual.
The business of the corporation shall
be conducted b a president, vice presi president,
dent, president, secretary, treasurer and general
manager. The offices of vice president
and general manager may be held by
one and the same person and also the
offices of secretary and treasurer may
be held by one and the same person at
the will of the directors; also a board
of not less than three nor more than
seven directors. The following per persons
sons persons shall conduct the business of the
company, until those elected at the
first election shall b qualified, viz:
W. W. Condon, president. L. Xf. Mur Mur-rav,
rav, Mur-rav, vice president and general man man-atier,
atier, man-atier, and Annie XI. Perry, secretary
and treasurer, and V. V. Condon, L.
XI. Xlurray and Annie XI. Perry, direc directors.
tors. directors. The oomnany shall hold Its nrst
meeting immediately after receiving
,t
charter at the call of the president for
the purpo.-e of perfecting its organiza organization
tion organization ami shall hold its stockholders'
meetings thereaftt-r annually on the
first Tuesday In February of each
year.
VI.
The highest amount of indebtedness
or liability to which the corporation
can at any time subject Itself is
twenty-five thousand ($25,000) dollars.
VII.
The names and residences of tbe sub subscribers
scribers subscribers and the amount subscribed by
-ach is as follows:
W. W.
Condon, Ocala,
Florida,
Florida.
snares.
L XI. Xlurray,
Ocala,
shares.
Annie XI. Terry, Ocala, Florida, 2
shares.
In witness whereof the incorporators
have hereunto subscribed their names
and affixed their seals, this the oth day
A June. A. D. 1M3.
V. W. Oondorf, (Feal.)
L. XI. Xlurray. (Seal.)
Annie XI. I'erry. (SeaL)
State of Florida,
County of XIarion.
Personally appeared before me, the
undersigned authority, W. Condon,
L XI. Xlurray and Annie XI. Terry, to
me wr-11 known to be the persons de described
scribed described in and who executed the fore foregoing
going foregoing articles of Incorporation and
proposed charter and each of whom
acknowledged the execution of the
same for the uses and purposes therein
set forth and expressed.
Witness my han 1 and official seal at
O. all, Florida, this the 5th day of
June. A. D. 1913. E. L. Stapp,
(Seal) Notary Public State of Florida
at Large.
Ms- commission expires the 7th day
of January, A. D. 115.
OTICC OF .1'PLIC VTION FOR
l.KTTKKS PATRXT
Voti.-e is hereby slven. that the un
designed will on the Sth day of July.

A. r. 1M3. apply to the governor oi!Krank t Gadson. J. S. LaRoche.

t ie state oi Florida, at his oiace at
Tallahassee. Florida, for letters patent
incorporating THE MURRAY COXI COXI-I'ANV,
I'ANV, COXI-I'ANV, under the foregoing articles of
incorporation and proposed charter.
W. W. Condon.
L. XL Murray.
Annie XI. Perry.
-Sat
AOTH K TO TITK PUBLIC
I hereby give notice that I, Geo. A.
Douglass, have this the 19th day of
May. A. D. 113. severed my connection
from the firm of W. U. Douglass & Co.
manufacturers of naval stores, doing
business at or near Plectra. Fla.. and
that from this day henceforth Vr. IJ
Douglass is sole owner of the sald-Dns
iness and is therefore responsible for
all liabilities and shall have the beseft
of-all assets. uo. a. wuusu--.

IN THE

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Florida

NOTICR OP ITF.NTIO TO APPLY
FOit LKTTKHS PATENT
Xotice is hereby givon, that the un undersigned
dersigned undersigned will apjly to the governor of
lac state of Floriua. at lllahassec.
Florida, on the 25th dny or July, A. D.- f
i:13, for letters .patent incorporating J
the Mirflloi OI.ITAN b.W INii.s HANK.
OF OCALA, under the following pro-

posed charter, the original of which is
now on file in the ofiice of the secretary-of
state of the state of Florida.
Witness our bands this the 16th day
of June. A. 1). IS 13.
GKO. GILES.
JOSEPH I WILKY.
:. 11. STEWART.
I). V. GOODW IN.
FRANK P. GADSONV
S. II. IIADLCV.
J. S. L.v ROCHE.
NKI'Tt'Ni: t DISOWN.
R. RKi:ilE WU.LiAMS.
propositi r:inTi
rsi.:T.vs.4.:
or OCALA
J ie unci ri t:u .1 incorpr.nTors h
uy Ui.-.;n in,- i r.. iii.-cl'. ps ingt-lher for
the purpco of becoming incorporated
and forming a corporation under And
by virtue of the laws of the state of
Florida, with and under the following
prpo.-ed charter:
I.
Tfic raw f the corporation shall be
the Mclr.oiit:in iSt vins liaiiK of
Oealrf ami its- place ot business s:all be
i i i!it city ot ocala, L: ti.e coui.ly of
Marion, state of Florida.
II.
The rttruial r.ature of t'.e ba.Yintr.s la
be transacted sVa'l he that of a iron.
cr3 1 savings fo.mk business -vith pow-
is nicuuiu th reto, as provided by tne
statutes of the state of Florida.
ill.
The amount of the caoital stork'of
s.-ild corporation shall bf Twenty-five
ihtjsa;.J i,!:trs r2.-.C0tl. t; .iui'
led into twelve hundred and fiftv sh.ir
jef tee par valve of TwfMv Pillars
U2u tad, to be paid for in caeli.
IV.
Tb" term for which raid corporation
shall extal shall ui' iiintL-)iiia- year.
The business of the paid corporation
shall be conducted by the following of officers:
ficers: officers: A presllent. nne or more vice presi presidents,
dents, presidents, a board of nine directors, a
cashier, and such other officers and
employees as the corporation may au authorize.
thorize. authorize. The board of directors may
appoint subordinate officers and em employees,
ployees, employees, with such powers, duties and
terms of office as they may prescribe,
or as may be provided by the by-laws,
t:ft ii.cors!?t')it with the banking
laws.
VL
The directors shall be elected by the
stockholder.-? at each annual meeting.
All other officers and employees shall
be elected annually by the board of di directors.
rectors. directors. The ATI nil) I mst(mr nf Ya
stockholders shall be held on the third
iut-.-ujj n jmiuary in eacn year.
VII.
Until th.- officers elected at the first
meeting of the stockholders shall be
qualified, the budnes of said corpora corporation
tion corporation shall be conducted by the follow following
ing following named officers:
iJeorge Giles, president.
Joseph L. Wiley, tirst vice president.
C. Ii. Stewart, second vice president.
Frank V. CJadson, cashier.
And Oeorge Uiles. Joseph L, Wilev,
Frank I CJadson. J. 8. LaRoche, 8. II.
Hadley. C. II. Stewart, R. R. Williams,
Neptune T. Brown, V. W. Goodwin,
directors.
VIII.
The highest amount of Indebtedness
or otner liability to which the said cor
poration snail at any time subject
.Section 2712. of the General Statutes of
the state of Florida.
IX
The names and residences of the
subscribers and the amount of capital
stock subscribed by each, are as fol follows:
lows: follows: Name Residence No. o Shares
George Giles. Ocala. Fla 350
Frank P. Gadson, Ocala, Fla 3:.0
Joseph I Wiley. Fessenden, Fla...2r,
.-nan itz u lijimeti ami uennpii i.v
u. uoodwin. Ocala, Fla 50
J- h. Laltoche. Ocala, Fla
S. II. Hadley. Ocala Fla
C. II. Stewart; Ocala. Fla
R. R. Williams. Ocala. Fla
Neptune T, Urown, Fessenden, Fla
f.0
50
f.0
r,o
o
Witness our hands and seals June J7,
1 j is.
GFO. G1LFS,
J OS i: I -II I WILKY,
C. H. STEWART.
I). W. GOODWIN.
FRANK I. OADSON,
S. II. HADLKY.
J. S, LA I'.OCHR.
NKPTUNK T. I '.ROWS
(Seal).
(Seal).
(Seal).
(Seal).
(Seal).
(Seal).
(Seal).
(Seal).
R. IIKCIIK WILLI AXIS. (Seal).
State of Florida.
County of XIarion.
liefore me the undersigned notary
public in and for the state of Florida
it large, personally appeared George
;(;iies. Joseph L. Wiley. R. R. Will
iams,
S. II.
Hadley, C. II. Stewart, U. W. Goodwin,
Neptune T. F.rown, all to me wl
known, an-1 known to me to be the In Individuals
dividuals Individuals described In and who ex executed
ecuted executed the foregoing pronoed eharter
of the Xletropolitan ("Wll, II J. 'Mof
Ocala. and e-TTw-tJpinif duly iwi,
erally acknowledged that be exiy-C
the same for the uses and purpotn
therein expressed. ;
In witness whereof. 1 have hereunto
set my band and affixed my notarial
seal this 23rd day of June, A. I. Iil3.
II. M. HAMPTON.
Notary Public, State of Florida.
My commission expires October 30.
1913.
Tues June 24
Invloratlns to the Pale an J Sickly
The Old Standard general stretijfthetrinsr tonic.
GROVE'S TASTELKSS chill TONIC. drive -u.t
Malaria,enrichestheUood.ndt .-.iiMsur.ihcv
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