The Ocala evening star

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

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

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DISSOLUTION SALE NOW ON
DISSOLUTION SALE NOW ON
The vacation season Is just begin beginning;
ning; beginning; and those in need of Trunks
should call and see our prices..
TflEUS-ZACIIRV COMPANY
The Furniture Men
The smallest cottage or the largest
hotel can be fitted up now at low
cost. Tell your furniture needs to
THE US-ZA CTIUY C03IPAN
' The Furniture Men
VOL. 20.
OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY. JULY 3, 1913
NO. 28
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I HANK'S l'OXY AM III CYCLE 'CONTEST IS CAUSING MORE INTER INTEREST
EST INTEREST THAN ANYTHING OE ITS KIM EYEIt DONE
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THE LAST COUNT SHOWS TUKNEY 'COLBERT IN THE LEAD, MAR MARION
ION MARION LUMMUS A CLOSE SECOND AN I TOM SEXTON A
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CONTEST WILL POSITIVELY END
W ED NE!SD AY, JULY 1 6TH, AT 6:30

Owing-to tlie fact that this con-1
is causing so much
interest Mr.

Crank has decided odd a third 'didates and their standing on Wed Wed-lii.v
lii.v Wed-lii.v which is a thin model ir-jewel, r,esday night, July 2nd. The top
20-year, Kold-nlletl case Elgin watch, j three are the leaders the balance

mis is a iiamisome i nze aim is nwin
working for.
This contest like all other contents
of its kind is causing the public the
greatest excitement as it nears the
end. When a reporter called at Mr.
Frank's today, he found Mr. Frank
and all his clerks so busy that it
was almost impossible to obtain in information
formation information as ta the results of this
contest, but it was evident that they
had all they could do. There has
been, a constant stream, of Customers
at this store for the past few weeks.
All you can hear when you are in
the store is either about this contest
or about the values to be had in this
vitore. iIr Frank has put up several
"$good specials every week during this
contest so as to cause constant trad-
ing. '. ; .'
- Now a few words to the. candi
dates and their friends. This con contest
test contest will only last two more weeks.
All' kind of changes can take place
in this time. It is absolutely impos impossible
sible impossible to tell who the winner of this
"beautiful pony or coaster -brake
bicycle will be. lly glancing at the
standing of the candidates you will
observe that the three leading candi candidates
dates candidates are practically even. v ,Just a
few votes can change the. leader. If
you want your candidate to win in
Jjls content it is absolutely neces
sary that you begin to hustle up
your friends and tell them how to
vote
With every ten cents you spend at
Frank's Store you get a vote. You
can cijst your votes for any boy or
girl between, the ages of 6 and 16
years. The boy or girl receiving
the highest number of votes will re receive
ceive receive absolutely free a beautiful
Shetland Pony; the boy or girl re receiving
ceiving receiving the next highest number of
vote"", will receive a high grade coast coaster
er coaster brake bicycle, now on display at
Frank's. The contest will close
o'clock.
During this contest we have been
Issuing white ballots on which the
number of your votes were punched.
All of these white ballots must be
cast on or before July 9th as we will
then be issuing colored ballots which
will be the only kind that will be
good -on the final count. We do this
so that the judges will not have to
look on the back of each ballot to
see if it is valid. The final count
"-"""V ill be made by the cashiers of tha
ree Ocala banks, namely: Messrs.
o. J. Blitch, cashier of the Com-
the Ocala National Bank, and A.
E. Gerig, cashier of the Muhroe &
Chambliss Bank. We asked these
gentlemen to act as juages oecause
we believe that they are good mathe mathematicians
maticians mathematicians and besides we know' that
they will be absolutely impartial and
accurate in their count. The count counting
ing counting will begin on Wednesday night,
July 16th, at 7 o'clock.
'ji- Now again we want to tell you
"O that If you want to win in this con contest?
test? contest? you had better get busy, and get
busy quick. Write your friends and
tell them to trade at Frank's and
v ote 'for you. Frank's sell the best
jjooda for the least money and have
the reputation of treating you fight.
Go to your friends and tell them
that if you buy anything at Frank's
att It is not what you expected it to
"after you have used the merchan-
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rise. iranK wiii maKe u gooa no
Smatter how long you have had same.
,'lVU your friends that they will
'eventually trade at Frank's, why not
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The .following' is a list of the can-
are arranged alphabetically:
Tumey Colliert
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1000
1030
1384
1210
1142
1076
1300
1132
574 0
1432
1027
! Marion Luimnus
Thomas Sexton
William Avery
Aimer Adcock
Gordon Brigance
Charles Brown -.
Sherman Brown .... 1 ....
Carroll Blalock .': '.. . ....
Evelyn Bridges, Coleman
Bertie Calhoun .........
Janet Culberhouse
Lonnie E. Cordery, Lynne
Florence Carter ....... t
Leroy Creider, Levon . .
Gertrude Collier ........
Jewett Dickert .........
Florence Dicks
1057
1211
1078
1015
1005
1688
1351
1020
1010
Beulah Eastman
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James Ellis
Carrie Floyd" I. '. . '.
Gilbert Flinn ......
Marion Freeman"
Alivan Frederick, Oak
Daisy Grantham, rSparr
Susa Bell Gloster . .
Jack Home .........
Cheshire Grubbs
John Gandy ........
Lacy Gibson .. . .
Elsie Humphrey .....
2425
1439
2373
1040
1010
1010
1008
1068
1008
1014
1009
1124
1065
1022
1011
1052
jCecil Hightower
Lela Hall, Cornell
Nina Hunter .............
Vevie Halsell . . . . . .
Albert Irby, Anthony v .......
Thelma Johnson .........
Marie Johnson
Mary Jones
Hattie Johnson,. Reddick
Lila Johnson, Martin ......
Willie Jenkins, Berlin ....
William Johnson, York ....
Leo. Hanes ........ .... .
Whltner Koon ............
Anna Lou Long, .Connor
1009
1004
1013
105S
3088
1440
3444
' 1Q05
1004
182
3224
1005
1017
1122
1045
1225
1046
1023
1000
2031
Marion Meffert ...... . .
Harold Killebrew .........
HaTley Kendrick
Fred LeSueuer ....... .. .
Willie Mae Lan . ......
Katie Lee. ..............
John H. Lane . . . ...
Eva Mills, Berlin .........
Eva May, Berlin
Randolph Mathews ........
Dollie Morisson, Calvary .
Alice Maloney, Center Hill.
Stella Moore, Anthony ......
Alma Belle Moody, Sumrfleld
Reginald MacKay
Veva Malorfey, Center Hill.
1687
1038
1030
Harley Marsh
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1Q00
1014
Majorie Nicholas,
Kendrick.
Vernon Proctor
Alma Priest, Anthony
Fred Perry
Earl Perry
Kate Rogers. Oak .
Bennie Robinson ...
Bessie Robinson ....
Marlon Rou, Lowell
Cevie Roberts ......
1000
1180
1093
1232
1068
1000
1006
1042
John Turner 1080
Albert Upthegrove, Island Gr 1Q5S
Johnnie Williams .........
Henry Wei la
Dean RIchey
WMlliam Richey N ....... ..
Dorothy Spencer
Maxine Stevens ...... .
Edna Strickland, Reddick
Ned C. Smith .............
Stuart- Sims, Anthony . .
Walter Stokes. Gaiter . .
102
1005
1000
1000
1528
1020
;ioo5
1074
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1003
1019
James Smith,' Silver Springs.
Samuel Stewart .
Florence Schnitzler, Wrsdale
Martha Smith . ... ...
Willie Thomas . .... ...
C. S. Turner, Jr.. Zuber.
Elbert Zetrouer, Mcintosh ...
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1074
1028
1142
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Henry' Waldron, Bay Lake..
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LAND OFFICE LOST
From Florida All Southeastern Bus Business
iness Business Will Go to Jackson,
Miss.
Washington, July 3. Because of
the gradual reduction of land sub subject
ject subject to homestead entry and a desire
for economy, the general land office
has caused the consolidation of the
ninth and eleventh field divisions
and by the consolidation Florida will
lose her land office, which is the
headquarters for the states of Alaba Alabama,
ma, Alabama, Mississippi and Florida. Under
the new order of things the states of
Alabama, Mississippi, Florida, Louis Louisiana,
iana, Louisiana, Arkansas and Missouri will be
under the land office headquarters to
be located at Jackson, Miss.
BELLEVIEW
Belleview, July 2. Mr. and Mrs.
J. O. Hightower drove over from
Heather Island last Tuesday for the
purpose of permitting Mr. Hightower
to attend the special call meeting of
the Masonic fraternity.
Mrs. Delbert Haskell made her
usual weekly business visit to Ocala
last Friday.
The Misses Pritchett, daughters of
the late Mr. Mae Pritchett of Levon,
spent last W'ednesday in Belleview at
the cemetery for the purpose of beau beautifying
tifying beautifying their father's grave.
Mrs. Frank Ritter and children
left last Saturday night for Lake
City, where they expect to spend the
summer.
Mr. Warren Cowles, the man that
does the reliable masonry work and
builds all those fancy stone fence
posts, left this village last Tuesday
for hi3 home in Bridgeport, Ct. Many
were sorry to see him go and a great
many will be glad to see him come
back.
Mrs. Louis Weihe and little Alice
are visiting with friends at Palmet Palmetto.
to. Palmetto. Prof. A. B. -Connor made a busi business
ness business trip to Ocala last Monday, start starting
ing starting out with one dozen nice White
Orpington chickens tucked snugly
away in a basket. The conductor of
the train, seeing the chickens, took
them away from Prof. Connor. The
professor is willing to be held up
again.
Mr. B. W. Hopper of Ocala spent
the early part of the week visiting
with his friends in town.
Master Eugene Hardlson of Jack
sonville is spending his vacation with
, Vi la f nrmar nlovm o t aa in inrvrt
Master William Fielding returned
last. Sunday from his vacation spent
in West Florida and South Georgia.
Willie states that he had a fine time
and looks it.
Mrs. J. E. Murray of Gainesville is
visiting with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. L. Fielding.
Mr. E. L. Brown of the Brown
Bros. Hardware Co. of GainesvIUe
spent several days last week at the
company mill west of Belleview.
Mr. John L. Carney and Mr. Wal Walter
ter Walter Mathews of North Lake Weir
spent last Tuesday afternoon in
Belleview. Mr. Carney came up for
the purpose of having some legal
papers attended to, and was prompt-
y picked up as a juror in a case
pending before Justice Abshire,
wherein a colored man was charged
with cruelty to animals. The charge
failed to hold.
Amon,g pur out of town friends
seen on eur streets last Tuesday aft
ernoon were Mr. Henry Shaw of Pe
dro, Dr. Slaughter and W. F. Perry
of Levon, Dolf Mitchell and Mr.
Nathan Mayo of Summerfleld and C.
W. Quick of Candler.
One of the enterprising automo
bile agents of Ocala was trying to
sell one of our prominent citizens an
automobile one day this week. His
intentions wTere good.
About one hundred persona gath
ered at the depot laat Monday morn
ing to catch the special excursion
train for Tampa. The train was
packed like a sardine can, but the old
saying held good. there is always
roorn, for another and In they all
piled. A number of the excursion
ists returned to Belleview the same
night and some did not. Mrs. Has
kell is shy a cook and farm manager,
and is wishing that Seaboard excur
sions would run over the A. C. L
tracks.
Mr. Tremere states that he has not
been anywhere this week on business
concerning his Herr four wheel drive
traction engine.
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 prescribed local remedies, and
by constantly failing to cure with lo local
cal local treatment, pronounced it incurs
ble. Science has proven catarrh to
be a "constitutional disease and there therefore
fore therefore requires constitutional treat treatment.
ment. treatment. Hall's Catarrh" Cure, manu manufactured
factured manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., To Toledo,
ledo, Toledo, Ohio, is' the only constitutional
cure on "the market. It Is taken in
ternally in doses from 10 drops to a
teaspoonful
It acts directly on
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. They offer one hundred dol dollars,
lars, dollars, for any case It falls to cure
Send for circulars and testimonials.
Address, F.J. Cheney & Co., Toledo,
Ohio. Sold by drugstores. Take
Hall's Family Pills for constipa constipation.
tion. constipation. " Adr

GOOD DEISM WHY fill

Should Go Wild With Itage and Try
to Kiddle the Assailant of His
Sister's Child
(Tampa Times, 2nd)
Hillsville on a small scale came
near being repeated in the Hillsbor Hillsborough
ough Hillsborough county court house this morn
ing when G. E. Green of Sylvania,
Ga., shot three times at W. E. Mat-
tox in Judge Whitaker's court room
at 11 o'clock. Mattox is charged
with raping Green's niece, an eleven-year-old
girl. No one was hit, tho
Judge Whitaker, Judge C. B. Park-
hill and Attorney H. P. Bailey had
close calls.
Deputy Sheriff Will Woodward and
Sheriff Spencer disarmed Green and
took him to the county jail.
Mattox was arrested a couple of
weeks ago on charge made by Mrs.
Dora Green, of an attempt at rape
on the child, who had been living
with Mattox and his wife and is a
relative of Mrs. Mattox.
Mattox was thrown in the county
jail and the case was set for a hear hearing
ing hearing today before Judge Whitaker.
A few days ago an attorney named
Shephard came to Tampa from Syl Sylvania,
vania, Sylvania, Ga., and had several confer
ences with those interested, in the
case. He is said to be a relative of
Mattox.
When court opened this morning
Deputy Sheriff Woodward, who had
been working on the case, had to re
port that he could not find Mrs. Mat
tox nor the child, who was expected
to be the principal witness for the
state. They are supposed to be in
Georgia and Woodward is frank to
say it looks as if the child had been
taken away to prevent her from tes
tifying.
Green Regins Shooting
"If the law won't get you, I will!"
screamed Green, mad with rage, and
he whipped out a pistol and began
firing at Mattox.
"The law wouldn't get the dirty
dog and I thought I would." raved
Green. "I'm only sorry I didn't.
That was my dear, dead sister's lit
tle daughter. She had no one to pro protect
tect protect her and I am sorry I did not kill
the damned .'
Mattox was badly frightened by
the shooting and had little to say
after it was over. The Mattox fam family
ily family live near Thonotasassa.
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OUR I3IMENSE EVENT

Program for the Fourth of July Cele Celebration
bration Celebration in Ocala
9 a. m.-s-Grand parade. Form on
courthouse square, out Fort King
avenue from Harrington Hall hotel
to'Fox Lane, to Oklawaha, to Main,
down Main and up Magnolia to
courthouse square.'' Arranged as fol follows:
lows: follows: Ocala Metropolitan Band,
(auto trucks), fire equipment, city
authorities headed by mayor, mem members
bers members Board of Trade, county officials,
military, police department, city
sanitary department, county good
roads equipment, bicycles', motor motorcycles,
cycles, motorcycles, automobiles, civic floats, far farmers'
mers' farmers' wagons, etc., colored display.
10 a. m. Races. Bicycle, motor
and foot races.
11 "a. m. Firemen's exhibition.
10:30 a. m. Speaking by Hon.
Frank Clark, member of Congress,
land Judge Wm. M. Gober, from court
house square.
1 p. m. Dinner.
Afternoon Program
2 p. m. Special firemen's contest.
3 p. m. Balloon ascension and
double parachute drop from
park.
4 p. 'm. Baseball. Ocala
ball;
vs.
Gainesville.
4 p. m. Baseball at
grounds by colored teams
Dunnellon.
The following prizes will be award
ed:
Best farmers display in parade,
first prize, $15; second prize, $7.50;
third prize, $5.
Best decorated auto, first prize,
$10; second prize, $5.
Bicycle races (not under 12 years),
first prize, $5; second prize, $3.
Motorcycle races, first prize, $15;
second prize, $7.50.
- Best civic display, float or wagon,
first prize, $15; second prize, $7.50.
Foot races, white, first prize, $3;
second prise, $2. Colored, first prize,
$3; second prize, $2.
Marshal of the day, F W. Ditto.
Time Keepers F. G. B. Weihe, J.
E. Allemand.
Judges Dr. J. C. Boozer, Messrs.
George MacKay, T. T. Munroe.
See special program which will be
out in a few days, giving more com
plete information.-
LAKE WEIR
Lake Weir, July 2. Mr. David:
Kirkland returned from Jacksonville j
Tuesday evening, where he had gone
Saturday to meet some friends from
his former home, Atlanta, Ga. j
Miss Myrtice Camp will leave the
10th Inst. for-Atlanta and several!
other points in Georgia to spend the
summer.
Mr. J. M. Blair has the contract to
build d bungalow for Mrs. Whet-'
stone, who purchased a lot on the
lake near Mr. J. G. Spurlin's resi-1
dence.
The host of friends of Mr. Edward
Camp and sister. Miss Myrtice, met
on the lawn of Mrs. E. P. Moody's
place last night for a picnic supper
complimentary to those two popular
young people who are leaving next
week for the summer. Mr. Camp
and Miss Bettle Mclver were the for fortunate
tunate fortunate ones' who made the best and
lowest scores in the contest. Mrs.
H. w. Henry Sr., presented the
prizes in a very appropriate and
amusing speech which caused great
merriment, and really was the fea feature
ture feature of the evening.
Misses Alice Campbell and Annie
Pope Eagleton, two attractive young
Ocala girls, spent the past week
with Mrs. R. L. Martin.
Dr. and Mrs. T. K. Slaughter of
Levon have rented the Dixon cottage,
owned by Mrs. H. W. Henry, for the
summer months,
Congratulations are in order for
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lytle. A ten-
pound little Ernest, Jr., arrived last
Saturday, consequently Ernest, Sr.,
is stepping high-
The ladies of the finance commit committee
tee committee of the new church will give a pil pil-Iau
Iau pil-Iau at the Mclver pavilion on Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, July 17th, rain or shine. There
will he good shelter in case of a
shower,
Mr. and Mrs. Dorman Moody of
Mulberry spent several days with
Mrs. E. P. Moody last week.
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You can change fretful, ill-tem
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oungsters. by ridding them of
worms. Tossing rolling, grinding. ot
teeth, crying out while asleep, accom
panied with intense thirst, pains In
the stomach and bowels, feverish feverish-ness
ness feverish-ness and bad breath, are symptoms
that Indicate worms. Klckapoo Worm
iller, a pleasant candy lozenge, ex
pels the worms, regulates the bowels,
restores your children to health and
happiness. Mrs.' J. A. Brisbin, of El
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tirely rid my children of worms. I
would not be without it." Guaran Guaranteed.
teed. Guaranteed. All druggists, or by mail.
Price 25c Kickapoo Indian Medi Medicine
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Louis. Sold in Ocala by Tydings &
Co. V Adv.
COXCORDIA LODGE V. V.' OF A.
-Concordia Lodge. Fraternal Union of
America, meets In Yooge's Hall on the
second Thursday ; evening of each
month Geo. I Taylor, F. if.
- Chas. K Sage, Secretary. Ad.
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Question Difficult, to
Answer
Washington, July 3. David La
mar, Wall street operator and one
time confidante of Russell Sage. J.
R. Keene and other financiers, amaz
ed the Senate lobby committee yes yesterday
terday yesterday by smilingly and frankly tes testifying
tifying testifying that it was he who imper impersonated
sonated impersonated Representatives Palmer and
Riordan in telephone conversations
with Lewis Cass -Ledyard, Paul D.
Cravath, Chairman Robert S. Lovett
of the Union Pacific board and other
prominent financiers, telling them
that .Edward Lauterbach, a New
York lawyer, could do great things
for them in Washington.
Lamar also astonished the commit committee
tee committee by making a detailed charge that
the Union Pacific railroad's books
had been forged in 1901 on an item
covering $82,000,000 and that as one
result Kuhn, Loeb -& Co. and the
late E. H. Harriman had laid the
foundations of gigantic fortunes,
When Lamar had finished Paul D.

Cravath of counsel for the Union Pa Pa-the
the Pa-the fairicific put in a prepared statement to
Ocala vs. j the committee alleging that Lamar's
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was part of a bear campaign to de-
i press Union Pacific stock, of which
the railroad's officials have had
knowledge for several days.
OLLIE MORDIS' MARKET OPEN
The market tormeny Known as the
Cllie Mordls' Is now open. Will keep on
and a supply of freshmeats and nsn
Orders by phone will- receive prompt
attention.- Phone number 315. Come
to the old stand and be treated right
Yours respectfully,
Ad. OLLIE; MORDIS,
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INCREASED STANDING ARMY

Fatherland Reinforces First Line of
Battle Against France -,
Berlin, July 3, The German gov government
ernment government has secured from the im imperial
perial imperial parliament the entire list of7
increases In its military system
which it demanded, including .the
six new cavalry regiments.
Only the 'Socialists, the Poles and
the Alsatians in" parliament voted
against the final reading of the arma armament
ment armament bill which increases the-peace
strength of the German army by ap
proximately 4,000 officers, 15,000
non-commissioned officers and" 117, 117,-000
000 117,-000 privates, bringing the total of
the permanent forces up to nearly
S 70,000 men.
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Some men are so stingy that they
have even lost the fear of death,
arguing that the longer they live the
more it costs them.
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box of Bucklin's Arnica Salve, ready
to apply in every case of burns, cuts.
wounds or scalds. r. J. H. Polanco,
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OGALA EVENING STAR

Blttlnger A Carroll, Proprietor
R. IU Carroll, General Manager
Port V Tood, Daslaeaa Blanaajer
J. H. Beajamla, Editor
entered in the postof flee- at Ocala.
la., as second class matter.
LIKE A YOUNG BAY TREE
The Star presents elsewhere the
statement of the Ocala National,4 our
city '8 youngest bank. It is at once
to be seen that this strong young in
stitution is keeping1 tta end up in
bearing the financial burden. It has
almost;half a million of cash on
hand, and Its depositors have in increased
creased increased its power and responsibility
by over an eighth of a million in the
last fiscal year. In proportion to our
population and, xesources, the Star
doesn't believe Ocala can be excelled
in financial showing anywhere in the
Union, and the National Bank, as one
of the city's triple columns of coin,
is a stout and symmetrical portion of
the structure.
FORGIVENESS AND FRATERNITY
High tide at Gettysburg has again
receded. After viewing the battle battlefield,
field, battlefield, and greeting their comrades,
thousands of the old soldiers return returned
ed returned home yesterday, and more are
leaving on eyery train. No such a
noble spectacle of forgiveness and
fraternity has been seen anywhere in
the world as in this union and re
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union of the bTue and gray at Gettys Gettysburg.
burg. Gettysburg. Incomes nearer a realization
of the millenium than anything that
has ever happened before. Only In
America would it be possible. But
after seeing such a sublime 'example,
why can't Prance and Germany for forget
get forget their quarrel, which had far less
cause, and racked their respective
nations far less? ;
Van Swearingen, the new mayor of
Jacksonville, has called upon the
women of that' city to quit wearing
the thin petticoatless attire so much
In vogue, and especially the "split"
skirt,' declaring that if the supposed supposedly
ly supposedly decent women of the city will
abandon this immoral attire he will
see that the other class of women
are driven off the streets, He asks
the press to begin a campaign
against immoral dress -ana wiiiesx
the ministers 01 jacKsonvutaTo co-
o Derate from the nulni
, .-7--
The Ga4av.illr'S'un prints a very
JalaWa ...
TJroper and forcible editorial on the
demoralizing effect of public execu executions.
tions. executions. The hanging of Tom Smith,
in that city, says the" Sun, drew a
bigger crowd than a circus. The Star
always considered such affairs re revolting
volting revolting and thinks that the more re
stricted they are as to the-number
of spectators, the better for, public
decency;
The insurance .companies are not
particularly endearing themselvesr to
the people of Florida by their e
duct in the Fainter affair. fensa
cola Journal.
The Journal seems to be another
of those sacrilegious papers that does
not regard wealthy corporations as
holy Institutions.
We think that the paragraphs
the Ocala Star Is utterly out of
jurisdiction when -he tries to put ove
those puna founded on his classical
lore. Peaacola News.
V-rIgWron. We'll try to lower
our lore to your level.
All lis folks down this way have
come to regard Major John R.t Slat Slat-tery,
tery, Slat-tery, the government engineer, who
tries so- faithfully to help us with
our waterways, ana .whom we see
sometimes in a, boat, and sometimes
m a x a t t ;
looting it mru lue wouua, as a mix
ture of sailor and scout, but the
government has made a horse marine
out of him by. insisting on his riding
horseback twelve miles a day.
John W. Martin, the genial
Johnny, who allowed himself to be
perched between two stools, where
he was sure to catch a tumble, will
enter the practice of the law Ln
Jacksonville, and some folks in that
busy village say he will allow his
friends to persuade him to run for
United States senator.. Well, mow,
what do you think of that?
The Star doesn't take any share in
the crusade against the prevailing
fashions in women's dress, and
doesn't believe it increases immor immorality.
ality. immorality. Men have, until a few years
ago, insisted on women swathing
themselves to their ears in hot
weather,-or rather in clothes in hot
weather, riding horseback on a side sidesaddle
saddle sidesaddle and other unreasonable
things, and now that the ladies areJ
trying to be more comfortable and
natural some of us he-prudes raise
our hands in holy horror because
they won't remain uncomfortable
and artificial. A man who can't re respect
spect respect a respectable woman when she
is wearing a low-necked and short short-sleeved
sleeved short-sleeved dress can't respect her any anyhow,
how, anyhow, and needs watching. As far as
we are personally concerned, if the
ladies would only let us eat in our
ehlrtsleeves in summertime, they
might wear what they darn please -or
leave it off, If that would suit them
better. ;
: Mr. Harry McCully of Berlin,
brought in a fine lot of Florida syrup
fnr tho fV.i'n market todav. Miwlf:
Cully has been a prize wir
llarion county boys'
:.c-m years past,

from the clttb on accfiUiit of having

reached the age limit. The excellent
trafning he received though has been
most valuable to him in his chosen
life work, that of a farmer. He says
that hia' brother Claude has a. pretty
corn patch on the home place at Ber
lin which will be entered in this
fall's contest at the county fair, and
if "any of 'the contestants surpass it
they will have "some corn."
THOJIAS E. PRITCHETT
Our Bellevlew correspondent pays
the following eloquent tribute to
Candler's departed citizen:
A telegram received in Belleview
this announced the passing away of
Tom Pritchett.
Poor Tom. The tears will well to
the eyes of hundreds of persons when
his death becomes generally known
Standing preeminently as Candler's
foremost citizen, he will be missed
as well as mourned by all classes of
people.
To the old timers who passed
through the dark days of reconstruc reconstruction,
tion, reconstruction, when the unterrlfied democracy
of our state faced unseen dangers,
Tom will long be remembered as one
who ever raised his voice in behalf
of the people's rights and loud and
long proclaimed the coming of better
and brighter times. And he lived to
see it. To the old time fruit and or
ange growers Tom was an inspira inspiration.
tion. inspiration. When the freeze made rich
men beggars, Tom was one of the
smitten. And it will be remembered
for years how cheerful Tom braced
himself to the task of coming back.!
He came back good and strong, fur-!
nishing good cheer, encouragement
and the advice of a well seasoned
mind to his neighbors, with the push
and activity of a progressive business
man; he took advantage of all im improvements
provements improvements in farm implements and
advanced farm and grove practice
theories, desseminating the knowl knowledge
edge knowledge he gained to all his neighbors
and friends with a freedom that was
appreciated by all apd commented on
until this day.
It is within the memory of the
writer when Tom was glad to obtain
a job at one dollar a day. He gave
just as much energy an enthusiasm
for that "one per" as he did in later
years for ten pes day. He was a liv living
ing living example of .what push and pluck
could do,.4joverned by a well balanc
ed brm. a cheerful disposition and
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of the milk of human kindness,
as much so as any man that lived in
Marion county.
Tom Pritchett was a great man.
The growth of Candler, the vast or orange
ange orange groves and farming interests
prove it. He did not have an en enemy
emy enemy in the world. His sunny dispo disposition
sition disposition and big heart was large enough
to embrace all factions. May his
memory linger long with us, and let
the people of Candler that appreciat appreciated
ed appreciated him for his true worth plant a
tree in the public square and nourish
it for an example to future posterity,
and call it Tom Pritchett's tree.
vrrssADTE LONG
The entire neighborhood at Spring
Grove, near Lake George, was sad saddened
dened saddened by the deattf of Miss Sadie
Long, which occurred at the home of
her parents Tuesday morningr. Miss
Long was fifteen years of age and
was greatly loved .by all who knew
her. The funeral was held today at
the Oklawaha cemetery.
NEED OF A G
AGOJCJJXNA
In a speech at Newport, R. I., Wed Wednesday,
nesday, Wednesday, Mr. Roosevelt spoke the
Star's, sentiments when he said:
'There could be no worse type of
public servant than those congress
men who first do all they can to
prevent the American people from
being able to uphold their interest
and honor in the event of war, and
then do all they can with wanton
and Ignorant folly to plunge us into
war. Remember always that in such
case these men would not themselves
be the ones to suffer. They are very
rarely sensitive to national honor,
and still more rarely willing to ex
pose their persons In the event of
there being an appeal to the final
arbiter between nations. In such
event these men. almost always them
selves remain in safety, and let their
misconduct be atoned for by other
men, by brave men who pay for it
with their blood, by patriotic men
who perforce have to pay for it with
shame. It seems to me Incredible
folly that any ofv our people should
wish to put us in the position of
China and should believe that by
having worthy persons put their
names on scraps of paper, or get to
gether at banquets and pass resolu
tions, we would be able to substitute
some patent remedy like universal
international arbitration for a navy.
This is especially true when we re remember
member remember that this country would not
for one moment permit any of these
vital questions of national honor and
interest to be submitted to arbitra
tion. To advocate universal arbitra arbitration
tion arbitration treaties, the arbitration of ques questions
tions questions of national Interest and honor,
Is folly so great as fairly to be wick wicked.".
ed.". wicked.". .
Mr. James Scott, of Weirsdale, is
in "the city and speaks most optimis optimistically
tically optimistically about that section of Marion
county. -He leaves in a few days for
Ontario, Canada, where he will en endeavor
deavor endeavor to get capital interested in
the canning industry in this county!
He says with the facts that can be
produced he does not contemplate
failure in his mission. Before re-
"j-nine Mr. Scott will visit Mo
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In British Columbia.
U ever.Jr.r.

OWNERS OF AUTOS

Appealed to for Valuable and Pa
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 4th,
as per program", and be in line
promptly at 9 o'clock.
Mesdames Burford, Hampton, O.
Green,' Fred Blalock, Haycraf t, Flip Flip-pen,
pen, Flip-pen, Howard, Walters, Roseberry,
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,
u. K. Chazai, L.. .. Green, ueorge
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. Q. Gates, J. P. Gal Galloway,
loway, Galloway, S. R. Pyles, Dallas Jeffcoat,
Will Jeffcoat, C. R..Kreger, Knight
& Lang, Tompkins & Cobb, C. 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 procession
cession procession all you can and help to make
a glorious fourth. The committee
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 big, jolly fourth.
J. D. Rooney,
Chmn Fourth of July Committee.
PINELLAS WENT DRY
St. Petersburg, July 3. Pinellas
county voted dry yesterday. The
county as a whole voted dry, by a
majority of an even hundred with
all except two very small precincts
reported. St. Petersburg voted dry
by a majority of one vote. Two of
the largest precincts showing a tie
vote. Every township in the coun county,
ty, county, except Green Springs, voted dry.
NOTICE
Prof. Geo. C. Looney will begin his
coaching work at 902 Fort King ave avenue
nue avenue Monday, the 7th of July.
Mrs. Looney, after some weeks
absence has returned to Ocala, and
at the request of friends will take
a class in stenography.
She suggests that pupils begin at
an early date, that they may have
three months to complete the course
satisfactorily and secure certificates
of efficiency. Our pupils who do this
have no trouble! in finding positions.
Adv. 7-2-3t
PARCELS POST POINTS
Postmaster General Burleson has
issued an order effective July 1st,
1913, that a parcel may be insured
in an amount equivalent to its actual
value, but not to exceed $25 on pay
ment of a fee of five cents, and in an
ount equivalent to its actual value
in Tsscess of $2o. but not to exceed
$50, on payment of a fee of 10 cents.
He bs also ordered that on and
after J us' 1st, 1913, ordinary post postage
age postage stamps will be valid for postage
and for nsurance and C. O. D. fees
on fourm-class matter, and distinct
ive. parce'post stamps shall be valid
purposes for
are valid.
which ordinary
DR. J. HARRY WALTERS
Office Telephone 78
Residence Telephone 495
Adv. 6-18-tf
LINOLEUM
We still have on,, nand a small
quantity of linoleum which we will
sell as long as it lasts for 25 cents
per square yard. A number of very
handsome designs. Theus-Zachry
Company. 6-20-tf
BIG HERD OF MULES
We have just received a drove of
fifty-one head of mules. These mules
are all purpose stock and among the
drove you can find anything you may
wish and at any price almost. This
is an opportunity for any. one wishing
a mule that will never be offered
again probably in this market and
you should lose no time in calling
and inspecting the drove. Prices
and quality will sell the animals.
6-2S-tf dw Tompkins & Cobb.
The people of Florida generally
will be much interested in learning
that Hon. Peter O. Knight has hark hark-ened
ened hark-ened to the call of the soil and is now
Farmer Knight. The announcement
was made by the Hon. P. O. himself
at the press banquet in Tampa, and
it was received with almost indecor indecorous
ous indecorous levity. Farmer Knight has writT
ten to his erstwhile Tallahasse ?
friend, Claude L'Engle, for a big
supply of Claude's guaranteed pro progressive
gressive progressive garden seeds, and we will
await results in anticipation of some
agricultural records being broken.
Lakeland Telegram.
AROUSED '"VETERAN'S IRE
Gettysburg, Pa., July 3.: Seven
men were stabbed last night in a fight
in the dining room 6f alGettysburg
hotel, as a result of a fight which
started when several men aroused
the ranger of an, old veteran in blue
by abusing Lincoln. Several of the
waunded men are in a serious con
dition. x
NOTICE
During my absence, Dr. Harry J
Walters will btf in charpre ot my prac

tice..

Ir. K. J. Lirulner.

A WHITE HOUSE BRIDE

Washington, July 3. The presi
dent and Mrs. Wilson announce the
engagement of their second daughter.
Miss Jessie Wood row Wilson to
Frances Bowers Sayre, of Lancaster,
Pa. The wedding is expected to take
place next November at the White
House. Mr. Sayre is at present an
attorney in the office of District At Attorney
torney Attorney Whitman of New York.
Miss Wilson is 22 years of age and
was educated at Goucher College,
Baltimore, and specialized in politi political
cal political science. She has done much
settlement work in Philadelphia and
has been actively identified with
the Y. W. C. A., having recently
made many speeches in its behalf.
NEW HOME FOR THE MOOSE
The Moose have taken charge of
"he Colonial hotel building and have
started a crew of laborers at work,
remodeling the building for their
uses as a club house.
The third floor of the building
will be used for lodge room, dauce
hall and such other purposes as will
require floor space for a gathering
and it is the intention of the lodge
to give some dances there durin
the winter months. The second floor
will remain as at present and will be
used as sleeping quarters for the
members of the lodge that desire
rooms in the building. The first floor
will be used for club purposes and
will contain reading and writing
rooms, pool rooms, grill rooms and
general reception rooms. Also the
office of the secretary will be on the
first floor as well as the office of the
manager of the house.
The doors of the building will be
opened on the night of the 17th for
a general reception to the public and
invitation cards will be mailed to
those that will take part within the
next few days. There will be music
and refreshments at this time and a
general assembly for the members
and prospective members.
The lodge has received a special
dispensation of ten dollars for mem membership
bership membership and Secretary Stapp is busy
writing up new members.
The Moose consider themselves
SEE OUR
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Repairing Guaranteed
Next, to Express Office.
PROFESSIONAL VS
R. D. FULLER
Dental Surgeon
Over the Munroe & Chambliss Bank
Phone 154
OCALA, FLORIDA
Terms cash.
J. E. CIIACE
Dental Surgeon
Rooms 9, 10, 11, Holder Block
Phone 250
OCALA, FLORIDA
Terms cash.
L. F. BLALOCK
Dental Surgeon
Office Over Commercial Bank
Phone 211
OCALA, FLORIDA
M. C. IZLAR
Dental Surgeon
Office Law Library Building
Phone 444
OCALA, FLORIDA
J. G.
PURVIS
Dental Surgeon
Office Over Xash Dry Goods Store
OCALA, FLORIDA.
JOSEPH BELL
Attorney
Office Second tedor Munroe
nd
ChamblissBank Building
OCALft. FLORIDA
L. iiLEXANDER
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CARhENTER AND BUil DERf -MIon-Du A-
L XL meets on the first and third Thtirs-
CarefuEsimatea Made on All Con- day evenings of each month at 7:30
tract Af'rk. Gives more and better o'clock, until further notice..
work ff the money than any other, c E. Simmons, W. IL
contract in the citr.; jake Brown. Secretary. Ad.

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Loans and Discount $20;,800.77
U. S. Bonds to Secure Circulation 75,000.00
Bonds 28,527.81
Hanking Honse, Furniture and Fixtures 40,000.00
Cash on Hand and Due from Banks. . 13 1,3:') 1.02

Deposits July 1, 1913, -Deposits
July 1, 1912,
INCREASE FOR ONE YEAR

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We Heartily Thank All Our Friends
For Their Continued Loyalty
and Patronage.

very lucky in obtaining the Colonial
as it gives to the Moose the only
home for any fraternal order in the
city and being located right in the
very center of the city will give them
as good; home as : any lodge in. the
state. The lodge has. at present, about
ninety members and from reports
there will -lie on file on the opening
night at least fifty ne wapplications
which include the rery best business
men in the city. ?
EDWIN SWAIN
A Celebrated Singer to Appear in
Concert in Ocala
The Woman's Club has perfected
arrangements with Mr. Edwin Swain
iof Muncie, Ind., whose wonderful
baritone voice thrills every audience
before whom he appears. Mr. Swain
will give a concert in Ocala early in
July, at the-Temple theater. We are
indeed fortunate in having an "oppor "opportunity
tunity "opportunity to hear this celebrity, due to
the fact that he Is spending his vaca vacation
tion vacation with his mother at. Anthony. The
demands on him during the winter,
at a high salary, debar him from ap appearing
pearing appearing in small towns, and we
should now" show our appreciation
from the rare chance afforded. The
exact date of his coming will be pub published
lished published later.
Mrs. Edward Helvenston,
Prss Mgr. of the Woman's Club.
BETTER ATMOSPHERE
AT GETTYSBURG
Gettysburg, July 3. A roaring
storm swept down on Gettysburg
yesterday afternoon, bringing need needed
ed needed relief to thousands of veterans in
blue and gray, who have sweltered
for four daj's in an atmospheric con condition
dition condition dangerous in a city of fifty
thousand old and weary men. The
mercury dropped with wonderful
agility and the lightning cleared the
air of its' burden of humidity.
OF COURSE HE WONT ADMIT IT
San Francisco, July 3. "Brought "Brought-on
on "Brought-on Brandenburg never was in the
employ of the National Association of
Manufacturers." This was the reply
of John J. Kirby, Jr., former presi president
dent president of the association, when he was
shown dispatches from Washington
reporting the charges made there by
Samuel Gompers, president of the
American Federation of Labor.
Dysentery is always serious and
ofte na dangerous disease, but It can
be cured. Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has
cured it even when malignant and
epidemic. For sale by all dealers, ad
aAXCSCRIPT COVERS
An elegant line or iawyers manu manu-pcrjpt
pcrjpt manu-pcrjpt covers, in any' color that cpul3
be desired just received at the Star
of ace.
KXIGHTS OP PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday a 7:30 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drug-store. A cordial welcome to visit visiting
ing visiting brothers. D. W. Tompkins, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage. K. R K. Ad.
C II A PTE M. SO. 15, K. A. Si.
Regular convocations of the Ocaia
Chapter No. 13, R. A. 1L, on the fourth
Friday In every month, at 7:30 p m.
- C. E. Connor, IL P..
Jake Brown, Secretary. A.
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We are always hammering away trying to please
our customers by giving them Honest Hardware for
their Honest Money. Don't loose your temper using
poor tools. Buy ours; they are properly tempered.
Poor tools are a poor investment. Buy our good
tools and make a good investment.

For Convenience and Economy
"IHlOirFOiT99
Are Useful Appliances in Every Home.
EL GRILLO at $6.25
Boils, Broils Toasts and Fries.
EL PERCO at $7.90
7 Cup Electric Coffee Percolator, Most
Economical in use of Electricity. Beauti Beautiful
ful Beautiful Design, Easiest to Clean.
EL CHAFO, EL BOILG, EL TGSTO, L STOVO
HOTPOINT IRONS
Ocala Plumbing & Electric Co.

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How many times have you said, or your friends
said: "I cannot, because I Have Not Got The Money?"
How many ood business chances have had to be
passed up because you did not have the money? "Get
Rich-Quick" speculation is the worst thing a mart can
do with his money. If the enterprise into which some
smooth stranger asks you to put your money where
such a good one he would keep it not sell it to you.
DO YOUR BANKING WITH US V
We Pay 4 per cenl Interest on Savings Accounts

Undertaker Smith, phones 10 & 94.

Jell-o, the summer desert. H. B.
Masters Co. 7-2-3 1

A. C. L. Trainmaster Reitzell i3
at the Harrington.

Menfolks, ask to see the OLUS at
River3 Habadashery. 1-3-4t

H. B. Masters Co's. shoe depart department,
ment, department, the place where they fit your
feet. --30lm

S Mm "Laurie llar i3 assisting in thet,

Anderson Phatmacy during his vaca

tion.

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DR. W. K. IAXE Specialist, Eye
Kar, Xose and Throat. Office Law
Library Building, Ocala. Adv.

Burns three-reel feature, "The
Land Swindlers, Temple tomorrow,
4th of July night, positively, sure, ad

Try our ice cold buttermilk. Re Received
ceived Received daily from the Ocala Heights
Dairy. Gerig's' Drugstore. C-17-tf

Another fresh supply of Ferris
meats just arrived. H. B. Masters
Company. 7-2-3t

ALL AUlOlSTS lXViTED

Whether Named orXot, to Join in
the 4th of July Parade
Editor Star: It may be some of
our good women whose names did
not appear in your paper asking them
to be in tomorrow's automobile par parade
ade parade have felt slighted or at least
wondered why they were not men
tioned. I will ask them please to not
feel unkind; remember I have only
been here "two months and do not
know them all, or even all who have
cars, and I most earnestly apologize
and beg the pardon of every one I
failed to mention to forgive me, and
let us have a grand celebration.

J. D. Rooney,
Chmn. 4th of July Committee.

WAITING ON THE WEATHER

The Riverside ball team is at the
Harrington, and the game will begin
at 4:15 if rain doesn't prevent.

DECORATE!
DECORATE!
DECORATE!

Ask to see the new Ansco folding
pocket camera. Its new and nifty.
The Court Pharmacy. 7-3-Ct

Vacuum coffee, Richelieu's best,

jour best, the best. H. B. Masters

Company. 7-2-3t

SEAL ESTATE: AND INSURANG

REAL ESTATE

Town property, improved and un unimproved,
improved, unimproved, for sale. Real profit profit-bringing
bringing profit-bringing investments.
- Small Farms, Timber Tracts, Or Orange
ange Orange Groves or almost anything you
wish, on terms to suit.
RENTAL DEPARTMENT

We have houses 'for rent or will
take charge of property r and collect
the rent, keep up. repairs and pay
the taxes. .' J v'

Agent for a dozen of the best.. Fire- insurance companies' in the
country. Thoroughly competent to rare for your insurance -husiness.
I Will be Pleased toCarf for. your Khsinpss'in Any of These Lines.

"Worth smacking your lips over."
Its the famous Norris candies. The
Court Pharmacy. 7-3-6t

Tablets and box writing papers at
less than cost, 5 and 10c. Murray &
Company. 7-2-lt

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.

OCA LA'S PATRIOTIC BANKERS

Friday, July Fourth, being a legal
holiday, the banks of the city will be
closed for business ion that day.
The Ocala National Bank.
The Commercial Bank.'
The Munroe & Chambliss Bank.

Pan-cake flour, we have it. Have;

some with our Richelieu maple
syrup. H. B. Masters Co. 7,-2-3t

Burns three-reel feature, "The
Land Swindlers,' Temple tomorrow,
4th of July night, positively, sure, ad

RAILROAD MEN WILL

HAVE A BRIEF REST

F. W. DITTO

Phone 28a

OCALA, FLA.

Call'. up Phone 300 and Let iss Give as Lsfictsle cn Your

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Wc Giisrauift to Save You Money ea Any WcrU in Oar Lines

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w..- tucke:

The Temple distributed pretty and
serviceable fans to its patrons last
night, and they were all put to good
use.

During the absence of Mr. Bois Bois-seau,
seau, Bois-seau, Mr. F. L. Ellis will fill his place

in tho itv tirlrpt rffiA nf fhe i?pa-!

board.

To Our Patrons: The A. C. L.and

S. A. L. freight stations will beclos beclos-ed
ed beclos-ed from 12 o'clock tomorrow- on ac account
count account of the 4th. All are requested
to get their shipments to depotvby
this time.

J. F. Thompson, Agent A. C
S. Haile, Agent S. A. L.

i

liiiiiis

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If you fcave any Items for thl do-

partment, call Phone 106.

-Miss Elizabeth rDavis has as her

guests at Lakl-4ir Misses Leontin4

Ramsaur and Christine Hannah oi

St Petersburg.

Mr. and Mrs. Washburn and
daughter, Miss Emma Washburn,

left yesterday for Saranac Lake, N.I

Y., to spend the summer.
The many friends of Mr. Chas. A,
Miller, who has been in Hot Springs,

Ark., for several weeks for the ben

efit of a severe attack of rheumatism,

will be pleased to learn of his rapid

improvement.

Mrs. J. H. Strunk will return to

morrow from a very pleasant visit
with friends and relatives in Tampa.

Mis3 Lois Dame is expected home

today from a delightful two weeks
visit with. friends in Jacksonville.

.

OOAlli MYSOWM. BAim

UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
Represents financial strength and
satisfactory service. Its development
and growth indicate its, wise man management
agement management and the confidence placed
in it by the public.
Accounts Are Invited.

will be in the party going away at
that time, also Mr. and Mrs. Matheny,
all going to points of interest.
Sarasota- Sun."
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Mr. and Mrs; Ernest Lytle of Stan Stanton
ton Stanton are receiving the congratulations

Mrs. G. S. Scott will have as her'0 their friends n the arrival Satur
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nouse guest ner sister, Mrs. J. K.
Hussey of Jacksonville for the week

end.

.
Misses Minnie Lee and Fannie

Carlisle left yesterday for Emerson,

Ga., where they will enjoy the next
two weeks visiting their aunt and
uncle, Mr. and Mrs. E. Wheeler.
Mrs. John W. Dodge and charming
little ones returned to their home in
Jacksonville yesterday afternoon aft after
er after a delightful visit in this city with
Dr. and Mrs. W'.-H. Dodge. The lit little
tle little six-year-old declared he could not
spend the fourth away from his dad daddy,
dy, daddy, as they just had to shoot fire firecrackers
crackers firecrackers and rockets together, and
he. "des had to go home so daddy
could haxs-a goodiaetoor-trith-his

ags

home. The young man will bear then building.

name of Ernest, Jr

Mr. Robert Ty dings expects to go
to Palatka today to remain over for
the fourth with friends in that city".

UNCLASSIFIED ADS.

lost, Found, Wanted, For Sal?
For Rent and Similar Local Heedsi

r

FOR RENT-Offices in TTnl.W

Apply to Davis & Martin.

7

Complete line of photo supplies supplies-cards,
cards, supplies-cards, films,, etc. Ours is the noted
Ansco line. Once used, always used.
The Court Pharmacy. 7-3-6t

Fourth of July parade signs ar artistically
tistically artistically painted on short notice by
the Dodge Sign Co.,' 28 Magno Magnolia
lia Magnolia street. 6-28-5t

WM. RURNS REEL

TOMORROW NIGHT
At last that wonderful threereel
detective feature has arrived nd
Mr. Green has put a heavyweight ort
it and has it under lock and key for
safekeeping until tomorrow night,
when it will be shown at theemple
theater.

Miss Nellie

tain several of

Beckham will enter-
Jt

friends at a

"spend the nighrarty tonight, at
her home on Dauglierty street.
. -"
--Mrs Janws-Er- Ghaee and'Tiami
some little ones and Mrs. Chace's
mother, Mrs. R. D Thompson, left
on the early morning train for Mont
Vale, Va., to spend the summer. Be Before
fore Before returning home in the autumn,
they will make a visit to Mrs. Chace's

sister, Mrs. K. C.rPowell and fam

ily.

AMUSEMENTS
Manrice Costello at the Temple To To-Night
Night To-Night Another fine showr tonight, and
Maurice Costello will be the feature
in "Mr. Minter's Adventures." This
is one of the -best features Costello
has appeared in. Don't forget to
come early, as we only have 800
seats.
Special Fourth of July program.

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

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, Fla. 6-28-4teod

.TIIEY 3LKE YOU SING

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MEETING POSTPONED

When you are in need of office
supplies give us a call. Our stock
is complete. The Court Pharmacy.
Adv. 7-3-6t

Are you successful with your
cakes lately? If not try Swan's Down
Prepared Cake Flour. H. B. Masters
Company. 7-2-3t

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The frisnd-winning prices
that we ate making in our store

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

extraordinary ohenngs. Buy Buying
ing Buying jewelry here means

spending money right.
, Style may change but
our high quality, low price

standard of jewelry sell

ing remains fixed.
Here you will find
a satisfying assort

ment of thevvorld s

best productions

in jevelry
geras, silver

ware, novel- jr.hHuVi M

ties, etc.
And the

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pnce3 ars i 'iftlwilL't! U Hi

squeexed

Mr. V. A. McRae, traveling, audi auditor
tor auditor of the Seaboard, is in town look looking
ing looking after business concerning the
road.

The Woman's Missionary Society
of the Methodist church has post postponed
poned postponed its meeting from Friday, July
4th, to Saturday, July 5th.

TO BAND MEMBERS

. Mr. Albert E. Gerlg, leader of the
Metropolitan Band, requests us to
announce to the members of that or organization
ganization organization that all are expected to be
on hand promptly at 9 o'clock to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow morning at the band room to

'arrange for the day's program.

Its vacation time. Why worry? A
trip to Rivers' Haberdashery will aid
you in preparing for a comfortable
time. 7-l-4t

Mr. H. Stanaland, one of Marion

WEATHER. FORECAST

Generally fair tonight and Friday.

The ladies of the W. C. T. U. have
arranged to sell refreshments of all

kinds and sandwiches, etc., tomor

row in a tent on the lot between the

county's successful east side farmers, Air Dome and the National Bank

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If you want a

snappy, spark

ling gem set ring

at a decided price
reduction here's

your opportunity.

For your sweetheart mar-

d or otherwise a diamond

aire is eminently proper.

cthing better as an engage

ment cr cnu;iuy nnr. Surprise rather,

Husband or D rather with a nice ring. Ve

have splendid assortment of gems in up-tq-

th-i-!inute s?Ui.-.irs at rncc s

is a

day.

business visitor in the city to-

Rivers "vacation 'window" for
men relieves you of the worry of
making preparations for your vaca vacation.
tion. vacation. 7-1-4 t

There are ships without rudders,
and ships without sails, but the nob nobbiest
biest nobbiest thing you've seen lately is the
shirts without tails at Rivers' Hab Haberdashery.
erdashery. Haberdashery. 7-3-4t

"OLUS" the one-piece top shirt
and drawers is the latest thing out
in men's wear. See them at Rivers
Haberdashery in the Harrington
Hall block. 7-3-4t

They will also use the Air Dome. It

will be a great convenience for the

country people who want a lunch as
well as for those who want ice cream

and cold drinks.

A In il!'' -MTSivitM utthethmrst pocket bocic.YouV, i
II i''!'hVr ilil ii'i'V'i!1' wen crntf women ad Ut'.le tolfc.Call Vjli -f
HlihMVMiWi;;;i'jj!i- io now wbil toe &t?k is complete. S5- 1-

slUiiniJHiHiitH

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OCALA. FLA

URNETT

McGLANE, M. O.

SPECIALIST IN CHRONIC DISEASES

THE Dr. MCLAHE MEDICAL, SURGICAL
MID ELECTRICAL INSTITUTE
OCALA, FLORIDA.
PHONES Office, No. 332. Dr. McClane's Residence, No. 407.
OQce Suite 1 to 7, Holder Bloc "f( Southwest Corner Public Square.
.- : ' :

Mr. W. A. Haile and son of Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, are stopping at the Harring Harrington.
ton. Harrington. Mrs. Haile will be here tomor-

row morning, to.spena tne found

and witness the ball game.

The pictures at the Temple on
Tuesday night were very beautiful;

and especially the two scenes playe

in the spacious yard and home of

Judge and Mrs. John Dodge in Jack

sonvllle. The scene of "Minnie the

Widow" was laid in the front yard

and the view was very elegant indeed,

as 'were the ones of "The Widow"

played on the back lawn. By a pleas

ant coincidence Mrs. Dodge and the

little ones were in the audience ani

great was their surprise and pleasure
to see it, as none of them were in
Jacksonville when the reel was shown

there. - """"

Sunnyiim generally arrires on

time, and always leaves n time,
which latter fact will never4, be for

gotten again by Mr. C.
the Swift Packing Co.

p. txmg of

We have just received a new ship shipment
ment shipment of pound papers in both styles
of Alpine Flax and Tube Rose. They
are beauties. The Court Pharmacy.
Adv. 7-3-6t

Why worry oyer the selection of
your vacation clothes wTSea"BLe have

gojvea tne proDiem tor you 7 lzjZ

at the window and you'll he convinc

ed that we have the "goods" for

warm weather. Rivers Haberdash

ery. fl-$$

Among the other successful melon

growers in the county during tne

present season is a colored man at
Stanton named Bass. He planted
twenty acres to melons and "pulled
down" over $2000. as his profits.

Mr. John T. Moore has returned
from his vacation and is feeling and

looking a great (leal better. He vis

ited Atlanta-and other points in

Georgia and spent awhile at Hot
Springs, Ark. When he left here the

first of June 'he was just up from a

severe illness.

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ford, who have
spent the past three winters here
with Mrs. B. X. Looney, expect to

sail on the second of August for Eng-

ang. Their many Ocala friends

wish for them a pleasant summer.

Mrs. G. J. Strozier, after several

weeks delightfully spent with friends
and relatives in Montbrook and

Ocala, returned to her home in Win Winter
ter Winter Garden a few days ago.

The many friends of Mrs. Mary

Dodge Maddox, who has been in the
Marion County Hospital for the past

few days, will be delighted to learn
that she has sufficiently recovered to

be removed home this afternoon.

Mr. J. S. Cromer, wife and mother

leave tonight for a short vacation
and sight seeing trip to St. Peters

burg.

Miss Mary Alice Bell, one of the

popular and efficient teachers in the
primary school, left today for a visit

to friends in Orlando,

The many friends of Mr. Emmett

Robinson regret to learn of his mis misfortune
fortune misfortune in stepping on a nail a few
days ago while at the lake, which
penetrated deep into his foot and

forces him to use a cane.

--

(Air: Bluebells)
Farewell, by Blue Pill,
y say it true;
Fyhad about all
v That I need of you.
Amid my rambles,
When I'm HlT-V
I've learned the only thing
Is Dike's Blue Pill.

Get;them.at the Court Phariiacy,

"The Drug Store on the Square. It
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Fresh bread every day and .tfil

best there is made too. We always
keep on hand the largest line of
cakes that has ever been carried by

an Ocala bakery. Carter's Bak Bakery.
ery. Bakery. 7-2-tf

LOST LadieV gold watch, hunt hunting
ing hunting case No. 1655510, Waltham
movement No. 14190383. Finder
will be suitably rewarded by return returning
ing returning same to the Star office. 7-2-6t

-
LOST -A bunch of beys two desk

keys and three Yale keys; some

where between the Ocala Plumbing

& Electric Company's office and the
postoffice. Finder please leave same'
at the Star office. 7-l-6t

-VVORLD'S AI,MA'.C AT BALLARD'S

New 1913 World's Almanac, just

received; 35 cents at Ballard's News

stand. Adv.

Burns three-reel feature, "The

1

jLand Swindlers," Temple tomorrow.

4th of July night, positively, sure, ad

. '

Burns three-reel feature, "The
Land Swindlers," Temple tomorrow,
4th of July night, positively, sure, ad

July Victor records are just in and

unusually fine. Hear them at Lans Lans-ford's.
ford's. Lans-ford's. C-24-tf

No Daintier lunch

The fellow who is always forget-1 Can le imagined than one prepared

ting himself has no right to kick 1 from our deviled ham or tongue.

when he is forgotten. (luncheon cheese, olives and a hun

dred other dainty and appetizing spe-

Needham & Sons are in the plumb- cialties. And they can be made

ing business and solicit your busi-lreadv in a few moments, ro bother.

ness.

7-2-12t

NOTICE

Depositors in our Savings Depart

ment are requested to bring or mall

in their pass-books on or

July 10th, to have interest added.

Please facilitate our work by being

prompt. 6-30-d5t wit
The Munroe & Chambliss Bank.

no cooking. Just open and serve.

Better have a supply on hand. They
are mighty handy to have in the
house.

LTor" J. L. Smith Grocery Co.

PHONE-s434

Aext to Ocala Najoi

Fresh buttermilk every day at the

Postoffice Drugstore. 6-24-tf

JUST- DW

Mrs. Jak Halton and children ac-

by" Mrs. Hatch of Sara-

companied

sota arejhe -charming guests of Mrs.

Swain and family at Anthony: They

came through from Sarasota in their

automobile and had a most delight

ful trip.

Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Halton ex expect
pect expect to leave Tor an extended trip
north about July 3rd. Mr. and Mrs.
Will Ross, Mr. and Mrs. George Ross

Try
Block's Graham
Sandwich
' 20c per lb.

Hotel Breakers,-Daytona Beach;

new hotel; has all modern conven

iences; 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-

s and Sunday noon. 6-23-tf

ree-reel feature, The

Iand SwindietT" Temple tomorrow,

4 th of July nig!, positively, sure, ad

Mcintosh wasell represented in

the Brick City vlssterday by Mr. and
Mrs. J. D. PriceIr. and Mrs. E. W.

Rush and Mr. WaHer McFadden

For first class automobile service
by the trip, hour or day, phonJ No.
327. First class ear and uniformly

low prices to all. J. C. Geiger,

r.-iA(L

It is impossible to IJXPLAIN the
merits of the. Modart.orset Dut
one made to order will Lve comfort,
grace, ease and style. AU3 50 model

I3 now out. Mrs. B. Mjjjuj phone

ill. 6-13-tt f

We are carrying a very com

plete stock of Frank E.

Block's Crackers and Cakes

in bulk and packages.

All 10c packages 3 for 25 cts,

all 5c packages 6 for 25 cts.

There is none better than
BLOCK'S

CARN-THOt

CO.

IAS

PHONE 163

DESIKAHLE HOUSES FOR RENT

Tvro large houses In central lo location,
cation, location, suitable for residence or
boarding bouses; one 8-room and
batb, and one S rooms and bath
either bouse will accommodate two
families, and nr will rent to nlt
tenants. Apply to D. S. Woodrcrr
or Elmer DeCamp.

The Slickest Electric

Motor for Sewing Machines

ion the Market. Phone us-

for a Demonstration.

Ask to see our Stoves

and Ranges. We will Save

I you Money.

Agents for the Stand

ard "Central Needle" Sewing

The following schedule Is not paid iViaUHHie. 1 ry U1IC ailU 11 11

for. but I Printed r information not tne WC Want it
of the public. The railroads are re-ln v

auested to send in corrections when-IDaCK in OUT otOre.'

ever necessary.

PHONE CALLS WILL RECEIVE PROMPT

AMTENTION.

Pbone 10

ARRIVAL. AND DEPARTURE

OF TRAINS AT OCAIiA

No.
No.

No.
No.

No.

No.

SEABOARD AIR LINE

Leare

1:25 p.m.

2:33 p.m.

1:40 a.m.

Sonthbonnd
3
9 (Limited)
1
Northbound

Arrive
..1:05 p.m
.2:30 p.m.
, .1:35 a.m.

4

10 (Limited)

.2:25 a.m.
12:50 p.m.

2:30 a.m.
1:05 p.m.
4:23 p.m.

OCALA FURNITURE GO.

4:20 p m.

The limited leaves Jacksonville at l?

11:30

a. m. end arrives In Tampa at 6

It leaves Tampa at 1 p. nx andly

It X

p. m

arrives in Jacksonville at 7:30 p,

m.

stops only at Turkey Creek, Plant Clty.lv

Ocala. Starke I Y

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s

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Dade City, Wldwood.

and Waldo

ATLANTIC COAST LINE
Southbound -Jax. and St. Petersbarn;
Arrive Leave

No. 9 10:35 p.m. 10:46 p.m.

No. 39 2:40 p.m. 2:42 p.m.

Sonthbonnd -Ocala and Lakeland

No. 35 (Sunnyiim) 6:40 tin. Y

Northbound sfax. and St. Petersbars: IX

Arrive Leave

No. 10 5:19 a.m 5:20 a.nx

No. 40 12:54 p.m. 1:14 p.m.

Northbound Lakeland aad Oeala
No. 32 (Sunnyjim) Arrive 9:50 p.m.
Ocala aad riomoaassa
Leave No. 49 8:20 a.m.
Leave No. 47 .. 2:25 p.m.
Arrive No. 44 .12:50 p.m.
Arrive No. 48 .. 6:00 p.m.
, OCALA NORTHERN

Lv. for Palatka.. 7:30 a.m. x:25 p.m.
Sunday trains .... 8:00 a.nv 1:25 p.m.

PLUMBI

TINNING

P. A. DURAM)

014 II. Adams St. ITione 407.
OCALA, FLORIDA.

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" mak lift t Vl a itlffn-nntn n U Bret VO!r

Then, in addition to that, a brick building will sell more read readily,
ily, readily, will command a much higher price, and will bring a better
rental than a frame building.

THE MINTIittt rntyr m? r A
.C BUILDING IS A MATTER FOR
TION.

I am the State Distributor for the JELK'S FAMOUS MACON
BRICK, and for LEGG'S Pressed and Fancy-Faced Brick.
Wire at my expense for prices delivered to any point in the
Stat7'
IMIOXES 207 208

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$ UUo

HEADQUARTERS FOR WIRE FENCE.
We have just received a carload of the FaTmous 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 o! fence and
have demonstrated in the past that it fs absolutely the best
strongest fence, on the market, and running it as we have in
competition with the many Inferior grades of wire fence. We
have had some phenomenal sales on it and made many friends
and customers. Give us your orders, if the goods don't make
, good we will.
KNIGHT LArNO

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MAON
I am state distributor for this

JTEILIK'S

Fire, Common, pressed and Rough TestylGBrick.

A Southern product, near home,
transportation.
I handle LEGG'S Fancy Faced

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Isolated
Continent
A Romance of the
Future
By
Cuido von Horvath
and Dean Hoard
Copyright, 1313. by W. G. Chapman iu lin UUto4
8t&tes &nd Great Britain.
CHAPTER XII.
Casting the Net.
Six months had passed. The cai
tured army and navy had been sent
home to Europe and disarmed. The
various monarchs had raged at the
Count von Werdenstein for acceding
to the terms' of the agreement submit submitted
ted submitted by the United Republics, but the
people were happy.
The United Republics of America
offered a large tract of land in the in interior
terior interior of Brazil, Venezuela and Co Colombia
lombia Colombia for emigration purposes. Drain Drainage
age Drainage and irrigation had been so per
'fected that those great plateaus were
habitable and supplied the richest ag agricultural
ricultural agricultural districts in the world.
A meeting had been called to for
mulate the rules of peace. Napoleon,
with full sanction and authorization oi
Congress, made short work of the
agreement with the orientals. He ap appeared
peared appeared above the Island Empire and
announced the ultimatum: that he
would blow up every man-of-war un unless
less unless they were turned over to the Unit
ed Republics of America peacefully,
Jn which case the latter would pay one
third the value of the monsters. The
orientals had been prepared for this
action and agreed to the terms. China,
the young Oriental Republic, followed
Japan's example.
Christmas was nearing. The wax
-vessels of the world were harbored
in the ports of the Americans and
turned over to the Navy Department,
with the command that they be used
for commercial purposes.
The disarmament went on all ovei
the world. When Christmas day
dawned, peace reigned. Not Christian
peace, but a peace begotten of fear.
The 24th of December found the
'American Continent open to everyone.
Napoleon Edison, on account of the
iServlce he had rendered his country
had been appointed president of the
;world peace committee.
His mother's illness, had caused him
Anxiety. He spoke of it to Astra one
day while the Countess Rosiny was
Bear: The beautiful Rositta had un undergone
dergone undergone a great change. She was be be-Jieved
Jieved be-Jieved to be a thorough American in
ssplrit, and had thus gained the con con-tfldence'
tfldence' con-tfldence' of the people surrounding
Astra.
She begged Astra and Napoleon to
let her go and comfort. Mrs. Edison.
They consented, glad to have her go
fto the Island of Ciryne, even though
the secrets of the aerodromone were
(there, to be a companion to Mrs. Edi Edison.
son. Edison. Astra said it would be very lonely
without ber, and Napoleon solved the
problem in a way that pleased the
countess the most.
"I will take you to Ciryne In the
Eagle and send you back in a few days
by Santos, and you can thus divide
your time between Astra and my
mother."
She could hardly repress her trium triumphant
phant triumphant Joy.
That evening Napoleon took Rositta
to Ciryne, to his mother.
She won the mother's sympathy at
once. Her pleasant companionship
was a relief to the stately matron, as
aare the servants there were no other
women on the island. It was she who
watched over the precious plant dur during
ing during the long and repeated absences
of Napoleon.
Notwithstanding the difference in
their ages, they became good friends.
Rositta was anxious to see the manu manufacturing
facturing manufacturing plant, where the aerodro aerodro-xnones
xnones aerodro-xnones were made, but she was not
permitted to enter the workshop, as
She had failed to obtain Napoleon's
permission to do so. He had promised
to return for her within a few days,
or to send Santos. One balmy morn morning
ing morning the two women were enjoying the
sea breeze on the porch, when they
saw the aerodromone approaching
from the east. The great bird settled
in its hangar gracefully. The two
women went down the path to meet,
aB they supposed, Napoleon. But it
was Santos Duprel, bringing two let letters,
ters, letters, one from Napoleon to his mother
and the other from Astra to the
countess.
Santos' honest eyes glowed when he
saw Rositta, who took pains to give
him a friendly glance as she shook
hands.-"
Her letter said that Santos and the
Hawk were at her disposal, and that
Astra would be glad to see her again
as soon as Mrs. Edison's condition
permitted her to leave. She also in invited
vited invited Mrs. Edison to come to the cap capital,
ital, capital, but the mother knew that her
son depended on her presence on the
island, so declined.
Rositta expressed deep disappoint disappoint-ment
ment disappoint-ment when Mrs. Edison gave her rea reasons
sons reasons for not going back with Santos
and the Hawk, but the chance to talk
to Santos on the return trip suited
her best. After some hesitation she
decided to make a flying trip to Wash Washington
ington Washington the next day. assuring Mrs. Ed
ison that she would stay only a day.
Santos received instructions to be
ready to leave early in the morning.
The little, round fellow was elated
when he thought of the three hours
alone with Rositta.
His nights, since he had met Astra
and Rositta, were restless. Rositta's
many kindnesses especially gave him
food for thought. He paid more at attention
tention attention to matters of dress; he shaved
his round, ruddy face" every day. V He
even used perfume,5
It dazzled him to think of the trip
to the capital with the countess for
company. ' .'
Early in the dewy morning Santor
brought the Hawk to the cottage and
waited for Ro3itta.
A little later the wonderful machine

teapea into ine air and up and for forward
ward forward with mighty ap8 Of the glitter glittering
ing glittering wings.
Countess Rosiny rose and went
slowly forward to the man who was
directing the flight of the great bird;
the brain of the mechanism.
She leaned over the railing that
separated the cabin from the steering
wheel and the various levers. "How

high are we now, Mr. Duprel?" ehe ;
asked.
Santos looked at the aerograph: j
"2,527 feet, countess. Do you want to j
go higher?"
"Oh, yes!"
The Hawk darted up; a turn of the
wheel worked the wings, and. electric
eparks were seen in a steady stream.
"What a wonderful machine this
Is!" whispered the countess in Santos
ear. He had mastered his timidity
and. for thfi first timp tnrnprt in lnot
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at her. Her brilliant eyes melted into S
the light blue, rouud eyes of Santos.
"Yes, it is," he said simply.
"Are we going still higher?" she
asked in a breathless tone.
Santos looked hurriedly at the aero
graph and saw that it showed 16,000
feet. In his nervousness he had gone
higher than he intended, so he hastily
changed the direction. It was bitterly
cold for a short time, but the wings
soon generated enough heat to warm
the cabin; in fact, it was too warm,
and Santos opened the air condenser
that let in the fresh, pure air of that
altitude, where it is clear and intoxi intoxicating
cating intoxicating in its sweetness.
"How much I admire men like you,
Mr. Duprel. You have conquered the
air!" whispered the countess to the
good boy who had succumbed to her
charms.
"Countess, you are too good to me;
you are the sweetest, dearest woman I
have ever met," stuttered the bird
man. He was still more dazed when
she placed her daintj-, dimpled hand
on the steering wheel where it touched
his.
"Where does this machine get the
tremendous power that enables it to
fly with such velocity?" questioned
Rositta.
"Electricity," was all the little man
said; then he smiled at his fair pas passenger,
senger, passenger, whose hand still rested on the
wheel, touching bis.
"Electricity?" She fboked around at
the simple machinery in sight. "How
do you generate it?"
Santos laughed at the shrew;d ques question.
tion. question. "We don't. At least, not much
of it." Then he suddenly closed his
mouth like one wiio has realized he is
saying too much.
The clever woman read his thoughts.
She was quiet for a short time, then
her hand released the wheel and fell
in her lap. She sighed deeply.
"Are you happy, Mr. Duprel?" was
her sudden question.
Santos was so surprised that he
gave an involuntary pull at the wheel
that took them from their course.
"Why do you ask this question, count countess?"
ess?" countess?" "Because a man like you ought to be
very happy."
"A poor, lonesome fellow, such as
me?"
"Are you lonely? I would have sup supposed
posed supposed that a genius, who could con conquer
quer conquer the air and save his country,
couldn't be lonely."
Santos Duprel put on the automatic
lock and let the wheel go. His instinct
was aroused; something told him that
this beautiful woman was playing
with him, and he, the brave Santos Du Duprel,
prel, Duprel, turned toward the bewitching en enemy
emy enemy with eyes lit up.
"Countess Rosiny! Why are you
playing with me? I am not a great
man. I am not an inventor and con-
If you would Buy, Sell,
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me at the Courthouse or
write for my bulletin of
summer bargains in
Choice Properties : :
J. H. BRINSON
Ocala, Florida
Stork and Cupid
Cunning Plotters
Many a New Home will Have a Little
Sunbeam to Brighten it.
There is usually a certain degree of dread
In every woman's mind as to the probable
pain, distress and danger of child-birth.
But, thanks to a most remarkable remedy
known as Mother's Friend, all fear is ban banished
ished banished and the period is one of unbounded,
joyful anticipation.
Mother's Friend is used externally. It
is a most penetrating application, makes
the muscles of the stomach and abdomen
pliant so they expand easily and naturally
without pain, without distress and with,
none of that peculiar nausea, nervousness
and other symptoms that tend to weaken
the prospectiTe mother. Thus Cupid and
the stork are held up to veneration ; they
are rated a cunning plotters to herald the
coming of a little sunbeam to gladden the
hearts and brighten the homes of a host of
happy families.
There are thousands of women who hare
used Mother's Friend, and thus know from
experience that it is one of our greatest
contributions to healthy, happy mother motherhood.
hood. motherhood. It is sold by all "druggists at $1.00
per bottle, and Is especially recommended
as a preventive of caking breasts and all
other such distresses.
Write to BradSeld Regulator Co., 131
Lamar BIdg.. Atlanta, Ga.. for their very
valuable book to expectant mothers. Get
a bottle of Mother's Friend to-day.
Freckled Girls
It is an absolute fact, thatcjie ?,0 i?r.t
jar of WILSON'S FRECLlT CREAM
will either remove your f rLlik :s or cause
them to fade and that twoTjars will even
in the most severe cases completely cure
them. We are willing to personally
guarantee this and to return your money
vrithout argument if yojte1 complexion la
not fully restored toDs natural beauty.
WILSON'S FEEBLE CREAM is fine,
fragrant and absolutely harmless. Wul
not make hair frrow but will positively
remove TAN. IIMPLES and FPwECR-
LES. Come in foday and try it. The jara

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Rati- h mailUl desired. Price 50c. nvnirll Chamberlain's

Sent by niaUHi desired. Price oOc. ima3r .oe avoided. Chamberlain's
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fiUero?: I am only a simple workman
trying to, give my best to my master.
Should you tell aH thi3 to him, to Na Napoleon
poleon Napoleon Edison. It would be well placed,
but why do you Bpeak to me this

way?"
His appearance was changed. Hi3
tone was clear and strong. His round ;
face was pale.
The countess looked at him as It
fascinated by his outburst. Tears ap-:
peared in her eyes. j
"Mr. Duprel! Have I wounded you?'
I am all alone, with no one to care for j
me. You have been so kind to me
that I have, ever since Helgoland,
looked on you as my best friend. Can
I help it if my loneliness has she
did not finish her sentence, but fell
to sobbing hysterically and poor San Santos'
tos' Santos' heart was softened.
"Can you pardon me, Mr. Duprel?
Will you still be my friend, my kind kind-hearted
hearted kind-hearted friend?" She offered both her
hands to the unhappy man.
The control signal rang. Santos
jumped to the wheel. He was excited,
but automatically slackened the
Hawk's pace. It almost fell down downward
ward downward and with a graceful curve settled
onthe roof of the Crystal Palace.
Astra was awaiting Rositta'6 arrival,
and Santos watched the two women as
they walked toward the elevator that
took them down to their rooms. "At
eleven tomorrow night," called Rosit Rositta,
ta, Rositta, with a friendly wave of her hand.
Santos felt the encouragement in
her manner and happily took the
Hawk to its resting-place.
(Continued Tomorrow)
UNSIGHTLY FACE SPOTS
Are cured by Dr. Hobson's Eczema
Ointment, which heals all skin erup eruptions.
tions. eruptions. Xo matter how long you have
been troubled by itching, burning, or
scaly skin humors, just put a little
of that soothing anticeptic, Dr Hob-!
son's Ointment on the sores and the
suffering stops instantly. Healing
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mend recommend it. Mr. Alleman of Littletown,
Pa., says: "Had eczema on fore forehead;
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Price 50c, Pfeiffer Chemical Co.,
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A Puzzie.
Why is it that the average man is
always willing to spend $6 worth of
his time trying to get a 40-cent reduc reduction
tion reduction in his gas bill?
IT CURES WHILE YQB WALK
Use Allen's Foot-Ease, the ant optic powder to
be shaken Into the ahoes. It instantly takes the
sting out of corns, itching feet, ingrowing n&ils, and
bunions. It's the greatest comfort discovery of the
age. Allen's Foot-Ease makes tight or new shoes
feel easy. Ladies can wear shoes one size smaller
after using. It Is a certain relief for sweating,
callous and swollen, tender, aching feet. Try it fo
day. SolS-everywbere, 25c Trial p&ckage FREE.
Addreet. Alien a Olmsted, Le Key, N. Y.
Day of th? High Top Hat.
In a New York store there hangs
picture or Dom Pedro of Brazil re receiving
ceiving receiving a detention of citizens at
Philadelphia on the !av when he took
pait in the closing ceremonies cf the
Centennial exposition Nearly all the
men In the group wore hi'h lop hats
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 ycu 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
Money Wanted.
"Erudren," said a darkey minister
down on a plantation, "brudren, l's
got a five c'ellar sermon, an a two
dollar sermon, an' a one dollar ser sermon,
mon, sermon, an' i wan' d!s here indelicate au audience
dience audience to take up a collection as to
which one of dem dey can afford t
hear'
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Prescription Mo. -J?3 h prepared crpcciaK.
for MALARIA or CHILLG d. FEVLFT
Five or six doses will break any case, enj
if token then as a ton?c the Fever will nci
return. It acts on the liver better tha
Calomel and does not gripe or sicken. 25
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A silversmith has' a place next
door to a restaurant. The former
having put up a p!acard: "Jewelry of
all kinds plated," the restaurant keep keeper
er keeper followed wl!h this: "Oysters and
little r.ck ciams piated Boston
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For soreness of the muscles,
whether induced by violent exercise
or injury, there is nothing better
than Chamberlain's Liniment. This
liniment also relieves rheumatic
pains. For sale by all dealers. Adv.
Said by a' Cynic.
To talk really well to a woman, ont
ha 8 fcs in love with another.- -Joan
MateSeld
Buy it now. Chamberlain's Colie,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is al almost
most almost certain to be needed before the
summer is over. Buy it now and be
prepared for such an emergency.
For sale by all dealers. Adv.
As Revised.
New York surgeons have restored
a juvenile offender to normal boyhood
Syar the knife and spoil the ohiU?
THE KING OF ALL. LAXATIVES
I For constipation, headaches, indi indi-jgestion
jgestion indi-jgestion and dyspeps'r use Dr. King's
New Life Piiis. Paul Mathulka, of
mfslo. X. Y.. sa.vs "they are the
!"kin of ail laxatives. They are a!
'blessing to all my family and I al-j
ways Keep a dox ai nume. uet a
box and get well. Price 25c. Rec Recommended
ommended Recommended by Tydings & Co. Adv
' ttuch in tHe Minority.
Manv men ask !!tore than they are
entitled to.: byr tb number getting It
Isn't larse AfcJ norf Globe
During the summer months
mothers of young children should
watch for any unnatural looseness of
tto Hrrp.1si Whpn dren nromnt at-
jedy cafi alwavs le depended upon,
For sue by. all dealers. Adv.

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I am keeping at my
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court house square,
a Fine Drove of
First Class
Horses at Mules
Animals for ail pur
poses, au I at rasii
able pnoeB. I go 10
market e a c h two
weeks and select the
stock iu person and

get the very best.
Call at Hie Lot, you will lied seme Stock to 'sail ycu,
it it is one or dozen head you need, I have theni.

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- Sept. 5. Summer school.
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Slop Overs Allowed. rfasf
For information or reservations
ticket agent or
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Bed Rooms.
50 Per cent larger
VVa rd r cb e p a ci ty
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More Ccmlorlable to
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Most Modern In Every
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Easier to wc.t or Sell.
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ington, Washington, D." J., and return. Sold
daily to SeptxSO. Limited to Oct.
$19.20 Knoxville, -Tenn., and re
turn, June 22, tz. 24,
July 5, 6, 12 andL. T.in5-T--

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July 26. 27, 28. Limjt Aug U.V
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Trains. Steel Pullmans.
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