The Ocala evening star


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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
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Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )


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

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VOL. 20.
NO, 29.

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Representative f the Second Florida
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By Congressman Frank Clark to the People of
ftiarion. County, at Ocala,
July 4, 1913.

Ladies and
Gentlemen; Fellow
Profoundly grateful
for the kind 'invitation extended me
to be with you at this time, mi mi-heart
heart mi-heart swells with patriotic pride
when I look upon the contented and
happy faces' of this' magnificent au audience
dience audience composed of the. very flower
of Florida's proud citizenship. One
hundred and thirty-seven years ago
a new government was born among
the nations of the earth, and we, as
part of that government have assem assembled
bled assembled ourselves together to celebrate
this anniversary of its birth, to recall
some of the incidents of its career, to
take counsel with each other for the
common good, and to further conse
crate ourselves to the task of pre preserving
serving preserving constitutional government
for the many generations to follow
us- in this land' of liberty.
It is wll, ray friends, ... that we
should assemble on each recurring
"Fourth of July" and give the day to
reflection upon the past in our gov governmental
ernmental governmental affairs, consideration of
the present, counsel for the future,
and sincere thankfulness and deep
gratitude to Almighty God, who in
the abundance of his mercy and wis wisdom
dom wisdom has watched over and directed
the republic in its course upon the
sea of national life. It is not my pur purpose
pose purpose today to recount the causes
which led to the birth of the repub republic,
lic, republic, nor to dwell at anylength-upon
he troubles and trials endured by
the colonists in finally becoming sep separated
arated separated from and independent of the
"Mother Country." It is enough to
say that tne one great underlying
cause of separation was that. desire to
be free, which in all ages, and in all
lands, has ever found lodgment in
the hearts" of intelligent human be beings.
ings. beings. The inhabitants of the thir thirteen
teen thirteen colonies which stretched along
the -Atlantic seaboard believed
that "taxation without representa representation"
tion" representation" was wrong; they believed in
the doctrine of local self-government;
they did not believe that they should
be governed by some power across
the seas; they believed that the colo colonies
nies colonies should be "free and independent
states," and thus believing? they is issued
sued issued to the world that imperishable
document which we now know a the
"Declaration of Independence and
placing their trust in the creator of
the universe they strucjethe blow
for liberty, which after seven years
:axiLb1nty this ''home
d of the free,".
7i 1.1.1-
in tne western nem-
- fhe best
government ever
ipon the earth. :. r ""' ;
'"hat injustices have occurred under
our government; that wrongs have
L. en perpetrated, and that sometimes
the "ship of state" has been steered
far from her legitimate and proper
course, no man will deny, but,: my
friends,, with all her errors, with all
her faults,, she Is the best govern government
ment government which God Almighty ever per-

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Who is Orala's Honored
taitted to exist among men. When
this government was finally estab-
lished'and the young republic start started'
ed' started' ont on its mission, many were the
predictions of failure. J Self-government
under a written constitution;
was the experiment to be tried, and
the statesmen of the world watched
with deep interest even movement
affecting the interests of the" new
government. There was in the be beginning,
ginning, beginning, and has been all through the
life of the republic, two great politi political
cal political parties contending for the mas mastery.
tery. mastery. One of these parties has al always
ways always advocated a strong central gov-
'eminent with practically all
while the other party has strenuous strenuously
ly strenuously contended that 'each state should
be sovereign and independent, and
that the central government could
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have no power except such as might J

be .it-legated to it by the states, and power should th:is be dele
gated beyond such power as was es
sential to enable it to deal with for foreign
eign foreign nations and to carry on the pur purposes'
poses' purposes' o! its creation. These contend contending
ing contending forces continued until finally the
;riht oi a state to secede from the
j Union became the paramount Usae
I between them, and this right assert assert-led
led assert-led upon the one hand and denied on
(the other, produced the war between
I the states. It is absolutely- untrue
'that the institution of African slav slav-jery
jery slav-jery was a cat-se of that war; it was
i merely an incident of the war, and
as f tared by Mr. Lincoln himself, the
proclamation freeing the -negro
(slaes was" not issued as an act of hu humanity,
manity, humanity, nor was it issued because the was pro?eeuted to accomplish
the freedom of the negro, but it was
issued solely because the necessities
'o' the war deman led it. Unable (o
settle the question of the right of a
state to secede from the Union in the
, forum or congressional debate, an ap ap-'
' ap-' peal was had to arms, and for four
lions years, the cruel fratricidal
j struggle raged while the civilized
world, watching the titanic struggle,
wondered n tne result would mean
the death of self-government among
men. Finally the issue was deter-
mined by the stern arbitrament of
war and that tribunal decreed that
this was "an indissoluble Union of
indestructible states." It is well.
As the son of a Confederate sol soldier,
dier, soldier, looking back over nearly half
a century since the war ended, I can,
and do say, that it is best that we
have "an indissoluble Union of inde indestructible
structible indestructible states," so that "govern "government
ment "government of the people, by the people,
for the people" shall not perish from
the earth."
As a son of a Confederate soldier,
as a son of the South, whose every
sentiment is Southern and whose life
is dedicated to the service of the
South, I am deeply gratified with the
increasing interest shown throughout
the Southland in the patriotic ob observance
servance observance of the nation's birthday.
And why should not we of the South
glory in this day? This is our coun country,
try, country, "Old Glory" is jour flag. The
"Fourth of July" is our day. We did
our part in establishing the govern
ment; we have done our part in nur nurturing
turing nurturing it, and the best blood of the
South spilled upon every, field of
battle with a foreign foe eloquently
proclaims the story of how we' have
defended it.
When the weak, struggling colo
nies were suffering the wrongs of
British rule, it was the eloquent
voice of Patrick Henry of Virginia
which stirred the patriots to action
with the immortal words, "Give me
liberty or give me death."
When our fathers had determined
to throw off the British yoke another
son of the South, Thomas Jefferson,
wrote the Declaration of Independ
ence, wHich will live in the hearts of
men as long as liberty has a habita
tion and a hom.
When the constitution, the chart
of our liberties was to be written,
the man of the hour, in the person of
James Madison, is furnished by the
"Old Dominion." When the tocsin
of war sounded and the colonists
needed a leader a general to lead
them in battle, again one of Virgi
nia's sons came to the front, and aft
er seven years of trial,, trouble and
bloodshed, George Washington led
them to victory.
After the war had ended, and a
strong, wise and safe statesman was
needed at the helm to guide the ship
of state safely on her journey, all
eyes looked toward the Southland,
and there was an unanimous call for
George Washington o become the
first president of the young republic.
In 1812, when England for the
second time, sought to try conclus conclusions
ions conclusions with us on the field of battle,
Andrew Jackson of Tennessee, led
the armies of the Union to victory.
John Marshall of Virginia builded
for us a system of jurisprudence
which has challenged the admiration
of the bench and bar of other na nations.
tions. nations. When we became involved in war
with Mexico, Winfield Scott, Zachary
Taylor and Jefferson Davis, all
Southern men, carried "Old Glory"
into the "Halls of the Montezumas."
Only fifteen years ago, the call to
arms again resounded throughout
the land, and when Shafter of the
North answered "ready," that griz grizzled
zled grizzled veteran of the South, Fitzhugh
Lee said, "Here am I." And when
Theodore Roosevelt of New York
answered the call of his country,
General Joe Wheeler of Alabama
said, "I'll go too." And when the
call for troops was issued the very
flower of the young manhood of the
South, came rushing to the "defense
ot the flag. I am glad the Spanish-
American war occurred. It is true
that some lives were lost, and mill millions
ions millions of money was spent, but it si silenced
lenced silenced forever the voice of the
bloody-shirt demagogue who for all
these years has been questioning the
frond faith nf thP Smith anr! it Haiti-
onstrated to all the world that this
is an "indissoluble Union of indQe
structlble states." Yes, thi3 is oui
country, my friends, and I thank Gpc
that tne fcoutn is again taKing nef

rightful stand in the affairs of our

go ernment.
Today, there sits in the execu
chair at Washington, a son
ginia, and presiding over the, as the "first lady"
land, is a Georgia girl. Woodrow
Wilson is bringing to his high office
a simplicity and integrity'of purpose
which characterized the earlier and
better days of the republic.
around the cabinet table of the pres president,
ident, president, among his advisers, is Post-
i master General Albert S. Burleson of
the state of Texas, with whom I serv served
ed served eight years in the House of Rej Rej-resentatives,
resentatives, Rej-resentatives, and whose ability and
integrity is of the highest type, and
whose conduct of his high office is
reflecting great credit on the admin administration;
istration; administration; Secretary of the Navy Jo Jo-Fcphus
Fcphus Jo-Fcphus Daniels of North Carolina;
Attorney General Jas. C. McRey McRey-nolds
nolds McRey-nolds of Tennessee; Secretary of the
Treasury MeAdco and Secretary of
Agriculture Houston, making in all
live Southern men, who are members
of the president's cabinet, and all of
whom are able, clean and patriotic.
Presiding over the House of -Representatives,
the greatest law-making
body in the world, is one of the
ablest, cleanest and best men who
ever occupied that exalted position.
Champ Clark is a Southern man who
is proud of the fact, and. is as pa patriotic
triotic patriotic an American citizen as lives
within the domain of our great re republic.
public. republic. The gallant young leader of the
democratic hosts on the, floor of the
House is Oscar Underwood of Alaba Alabama.
ma. Alabama. Strong, able and sincere, his
leadership is without a flaw, and his
integrity and patriotism are beyond
Last, bat not least, there sits
upon the bench of the supreme court
of the United States, the greatest
judicial tribunal on the earth, and as
chief justice of that body a southern
man, who was a Confederate soldier
Chief Justice White of Louisiana.
I mention these facts, my friends,
not for the purpose of exalting the
men of one section of our common
country over those" of another sec section,
tion, section, but simply to demonstrate that
we are, in deed and in truth, a re reunited
united reunited and contended people, and the
people of all sections are playing
their proper part in the affairs of
government. This is our country,
and my heart is made to rejoice
when I remember what is taking
place in "another state of the Union.
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President of the United States, Who
of a Reunited
day, on the battlefield of Gettysburg
i a scene, the like of which the
world never saw before. Fifty years
ago, the bloodiest and most fiercely
contested battle of the war between
the states was fought at Gettysburg.
It was there that "Pickett's charge,"
the bravest charge ever made in any
war, drenched the fields of Gettys Gettysburg
burg Gettysburg in blood, and placed the sol soldiery
diery soldiery of Meade and Lee -on the roll
of the earth's immortals. There it is
where a few months later, Abraham
Lincoln, then president of the United
States, delivered his immortal "Get "Gettysburg
tysburg "Gettysburg Address." Today, another
president of the United States is
speaking to the people assembled at
Gettysburg. Woodrow Wilson, a
Virginian, president of the United
States, is talking to the assembled
multitude. The survivors of those
who faced each other in deadly strug struggle
gle struggle there fifty years ago, are facing
each other there today. The torn,
tattered and blood-stained battle battle-flags
flags battle-flags are there; the uniforms of blue
and of gray are there; there is a
"thin blue line," and a "thin gray
line," but the boom of cannon, the
rattle of musketry and the gleam of
bayonet will not be there. The men
in "blue and gray," the remnants of
the two great armies of Meade and
Lee, who meet at Gettysburg today,
meet as friends, they meet as broth brothers,
ers, brothers, they meet as citizens of a com common
mon common country owing allegiance to a
common flag. The great majority of
their comrades have gone to that
"bourne from whence no traveler
returns," and while these former
foes fraternize at Gettysburg today,
it seems to me that the ruler of heav heaven
en heaven will draw aside the veil and al allow
low allow the followers of Meade and of
Lee to gaze upon this picture of con consecrated
secrated consecrated reunion.
Flemington, July 3. Rev. A. L.
Prisoc preached a very interesting
sermon here Sunday.
Miss Gracie Harrell of Micanopy
is visiting her cousin, Miss Irene Net Nettles
tles Nettles this week.
Mr. C. II Gray, Mrs. W. D. Math Mathews
ews Mathews and Mrs. J. Dantzler leave today
for South Carolina..
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Cannon and
family of Mcintosh were the guests
of Mrs. Cannon's mother, Mrs. M. C.
Gray Sunday.
Mr. C. H. White, who has been
visiting relatives here, has returned
to his home in Live Oak.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mann of Ocala
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R.
E. Mathews Sunday.
Misses Irene Nettles and Tillie
Dantzler- have returned home after
several weeks very pleasantly spent
with relatives and friends at Martin
land Zuber.
lng Sunday afternoon with a young
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Rhodes of
Geiger were shopping here Monday.
Mr. W. J. McGehee of Zuber was
the guest of Mr, and Mrs. H. W. Net
tles Sunday.
Mr. M. J. Chitty has been quite ill
but we are glad to know that he is
Mrs. J. L. Mathews and little
grandson Ned, attended preaching, at
Fairfield Sunday morning.
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Reddick, July 2.- Mrs. G. L. An Anthony
thony Anthony and grand-daughter left Fri-'
Mrs. R. J. P. Lamb is visiting rel rel-day
day rel-day to visit relatives at Kendrick
and returned home Moa Jay' morning,
atives at Lake City this week.
Mrs. Guthery left Wednesday to
visit relatives in Alabama.
Mrs. R. N. Johnson and daughter.
Miss Ruby, are visiting Mrs. I. N.
Boring of Lakeland this week.
Mrs. V. L. Anthony and children
have gone to spend the" Fourth with
Mrs. Scott of Plant City. w
Mrs. L AV. Boring of Lakeland was
a Friday visitor.
Mrs. Livingston left for her home
at Kendrick Friday, after a week
spent with her mother, Mrs." Z. A.
Miss Georgia Long of Ocala visit visited
ed visited relatives here Sunday.
Mrs. S. C. Mayo, who ha3 been
quite ill. Is better at. this writing.
' Miss Mary Ann Boyles died at her
home here last i nursaay night, after
an illness of about a month. She was
stricken with paralysis and gradually
grew worse until the end came. She
was buried at Fort McCoy Friday.
Rev. Devenau conducted the services.
Deceased was 7C years of age and
leaves a host of relatives and friends.
Her life had been spent in usefulness,
working for the Master's cause and
trying to make others happy.
On Monday afternoon a little girl
gladdened the homeof Mr. and Mrs.
J. B. Devore. ; v
Miss Leona Hammonds has return returned
ed returned home after, two weeks. spent very
pleasantly with relatives at Island
Grove. ; , ..' .
Mr. Ed Carmichael of Ocala .was a
Monday visitor here.
During my absence, Dr. Harry, J.
Walters will be in charge of my prac practice.
tice. practice. Dr. E. G. Lindner.

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t.ntered in the postofflce at Ocala,
i- ia., as second class matter.
At the time the first section goes
to press, the Star Is not sure that the
oration of Congressman Frank Clark
will be delivered, but prints it nev

ertheless, as it is a gem of oratory,
and we would not be willing for our
readers to miss it. ;
No matter who disagrees with him
politically, no one can deny that
Frank Clark is a distinguished man,
and one who has made his way tothe
4ont-by-fffce of talent and personal
magnetism. As a speaker, he is not
- excelled. His oration for today is
most appropriate for a southern man
to make. It is justice to our own
people and fraternity for all.
Mr. Clark ha3 been in his home
town, Gainesville, since the first. The
program is for him to come over this
morning in an auto and speak from
the bandstand at 11:30.
Ocala will be glad to have Mr.

Clark within her boundaries today.
He will be the city's distinguished
guest and every man's honored friend.
Among the "veterans" at Gettys
burg, says the Savannah News, were
a few elderly ladies who were the
'girls of '63" who cared for many
of the wounded and dying fifty years
ago. And they were a decided fea feature
ture feature of the reunion on the,old battle battlefield.
field. battlefield. One of them talking to a tall
Virginian who was in Pickett's
charge, said this, "Our house was
used as a Union and Confederate hos hospital
pital hospital alike. We girls went about
town at night when, the Confederate
and Union soldiers occupied the town
and we never heard a disrespectful
word from a soldier of either army."
Contrast that story with the terrible
statement that came from Mexico a
few days ago. There was knightli knightli-ness
ness knightli-ness as well as bravery in the hearts
of the men under Lee and Meade.
In the general joy of celebration,
not a few Ocala men and women will
stop to think, with bowed heads and
saddened hearts of the brave and use
ful life that rose from the valley o
the shadowinto etemSfu'Sy as dark
rOesfrJ3ttgfitene& into dawn four years
ago this morning. We would not
call "him back to this world of work
and pain, but we will ever miss
him-William H. Rowers.
Senator Bryan is bending his en
ergies to stopping the sale of whisky
to the Seminole Indians in the Ever
glades.' It Is against the federal law,
but the law has quite often been
One of the events of yesterday at
ettysburg was the "charge of the
survivors of Pickett's division" on
the "bloody angle," held by the rem remnants
nants remnants of the Philadelphia brigade
Under a hot sun the men in gray
marched across the field that has
not seen anything more warlike than
a blacksnake in fifty years, up to the
falls that form the angle. The "ene
my" in blue was waiting with weap
ons ready and when they met across
wall they shook hands. After
wards theylool?&4over the ground
for the site of a $25u"M0 monument
they hope to have Congress erect
Samuel Stevens Sands, a stepson
f William K. Vanderbilt, was killed
in an automobile accident near West
Hampton, L. I., Wednesday night
The machine he was driving over
turned when a tire burst. He lived
only long enough to tell who he was
and to request that his vwife be no
In a common plea court decision
today Judge A. C. RIsinger of Eaton,
Oo., has allowed a perpetual injunc
tion order restraining the negro or
ganization known as the Improved
Benevolent and Protective Order of
Elks of the World, from making fur further
ther further use of the name of "Elks" or
any of the designated or emblematic
possessions of the white B. P. O. E. in
the state of Ohio. The Elks have a
membership of 400.000 in the United
States and 22,000 in the state of
Mexican federal troops have ex-
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vobtainsi- great prominence in the
southern states during Madero's rev revolution
olution revolution against Diaz. v
Bulgaria i3 not starting oat very
well in the new war. Bulgarian
droops have so far been beaten by
both Greeks and Servians.
The third annual encampment, de department
partment department of Florida. United Spanish
War Veterans, will be held at Palat Palat-ka
ka Palat-ka August 19th.
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday a 7:30 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to visit visiting
ing visiting brothers. D. W. Tompkins, C. C
Chas. IC Sage, K. R- S Ad.
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Fifty years ago, an ever victorious
army', rendered over-confident by
victory, met a defeat that changed
the, course of history, on the Ameri American
can American continent, but we will hope that
the defeat of the Ocala ball team
yesterday afternoon, will only be a
break in a line of summer victories.
Poor fielding let Jacksonville win
by the score of 8 to 2.
There was a medium sized crowd
out which was good considering that
it rained as usual before the game;
the new bleachers on the first base
line were Dacked. Chazal, who
pitched the game, worked hard and
surely would have won if he had had
the right support. He struck out
thirteen men, which is going some.
Galloway played a "good game in cen
ter, making three fine throws to the
plate from the field, oatching two
men and just a-seeond too late for an another.
other. another. Jacksonville's fielding was as
near perfect as any one could wish
and although Ocala hit the balf hard
and often, she didn't score until the
ninth inning. The game was called
at 4:20.
Fernetty, the first man up, walked.
Jennings struck, out and Fernetty
stole second.. Hunnicutt was hit and
went to first. Purcell struck out.
Macla hit to center field and should
have been retired, but the ball f -11
between Anthony and Galloway, each
thinking that the other was x going
after it. Both Fernetty and Hunni Hunnicutt
cutt Hunnicutt scored. Sylvester struck out.
Batts led off for Ocala and put a
grounder to short, who fielded per perfectly
fectly perfectly and Batts was out at first.
Harris was out on a grounder to pit pitcher,
cher, pitcher, and Chazal ended the inning
by putting a grounder to short.
There was a good deal of difference
in the manner the two teams were
put out. Jacksonville, as long as
they could hit the ball, was almost
sure to make a base. In the first in inning,
ning, inning, all three of Jacksonville's outs
were made on strike outs, while
Ocala hit the ball all three times.
- Neither team scored until the
sixth, when Hunnicutt was hit. He
went to' first. Purcell struck out.
Macla hit to third, who threw low
and first missed the ball. Hunnlcitt
scored. Sylvester hit to center field,
who made a long throw in home
catching Macla at the plate. Sylves Sylvester
ter Sylvester stole third ., and scored when
Biggs hit past second. Schenkel end
ed the inning by putting a grounder
to pitcher.
In the seventh Jacksonville ecored
again. Garwood walked and went to
secoruF'on an overtnrow to nrst to
ch him napping. Fernetty hit to
pitcher, who threw to third, catching
Garwood. Jennings struck out. Hun Hunnicutt
nicutt Hunnicutt hit to first and the ball bounc
ed between "Shorty's" legs, Fernetty
scoring. Purcell struck out.
Again in the eighth, Jacksonville
put three scores over. With one
down, Sylvester hit to left field and
stole second. Biggs hit over second
and Galloway threw in home a second
too late to catch Sylvester. Schenkel
hit to first, and Chazal, who ran to
cover first, fell. Garwood hit to
right field, who fielded slowly, two
scoring and Garwood reached third.
Fernetty struck out. Jennings was
out on a fly to center -field.
In the ninth Jacksonville came
near scoring again. With two down,
Macla hit to short, who threw low,
and first missed, Macla going to
third. Sylvester hit to center field,
who threw in home in time to catch
Macla at the plate.
In the ninth Ocala was saved from
a shut out by two runs. McLeod,
who surprises everybody once in a
while, walked and -brought every everybody
body everybody to their feet by cleanly stealing
second. It is getting quite-common
for Shorty to steal a base now. Batts
flew out to short stop. Harris struck
out, but he went to second when the
catcher missed the ball and it went
to the grand stand. Chazal hit to
short, who threw to first, McLeod
and Harris scoring. Galloway struck
William J. Burns at the Temple To To-Night
Night To-Night Well, folks, no kidding, the big 3-
reeler is here; yep, we have it under
lock and key, and tonight you wijl
see Wm. J. Burns the great detective,
unravel fhe mystery of mysteries, in
"The Land Swindlers." Now, don't
miss it tonight, for goodness sake,
for we want you" all to see it. Johnny
Bu,nny, our old fat friend, will also
be here, funny as ever, in "The For
tune, a side-splitting comedy. A
great show, so don't forget to come
early, as we have only S00 seats.
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
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 yoa 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.
6-28-tf dw Tompkins & Cobb.
Needham & Sons are in the plumb plumbing
ing plumbing busings and solicit your busi business.
ness. business. '"V2-12t


Auspicious Opening of a Big Agri
cultural Enterprise
The opening gun of the Oak Crest
Farm Company's operations was
fired Wednesday evening when those
in charge of the preliminary prepara preparations
tions preparations invited a few of their friends
over to a supper. The spread was
tendered as a kind of 'housewarm 'housewarm-ing"
ing" 'housewarm-ing" affair by Messrs. H. C. Bailey,
Robert Weaver and Edgar A. Dalziel,
members of the company, in charge
of the farm.
The bachelor quarters of these
gentlemen have just been completed,
and now will begin the real work
of clearing up and developing the
farm. All the work will be done by
the rules of the latest scientific
farming methods, while the machin machinery
ery machinery for operating will also be of the
latest maka.
The owners of the Oak Crest farm
are very enthusiastic over their prop
osition and its development means a
great deal for Marion county, hence
it is with no little interest that we
note the early beginning of opera
Among the guests at the Oak Crest
"house warming" were Messrs. W. F.
Turner and W. B. Gautier, who are
at present making the government
tests at the Anthony Farms, looking
to the eradication of the cattle tick.
These gentlemen are experts in their
line and these tests which will con continue
tinue continue for six months or more are
bound to be of great value to the
farmers of Florida, and, in fact, any anywhere
where anywhere that the stock is subject to the
tick. It is claimed that the milk
from tick infested cattle is not as
nutritious as that from those free
from ticks, and it is for the purpose
of demonstrating in a scientific way
the facts that Messrs. Turner and
Gautier have been placed at the An Anthony
thony Anthony Farms by the agricultural de department
partment department at Washington. Their re reports
ports reports will be watched for with a great
deal of interest by everyone interest interested
ed interested in stock raising in Florida.
The lands selected by the Oak
Crest people for their operations are
said to be among the best in the
county, and are located about four
miles from Ocala and near the town
of Oak.
May unbounded success attend
their efforts.
A Celebrated Singer to Appear In
Concert in Ocala
The Woman's Club has perfected
arrangements with Mr. Edwin Swain
of 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,
Press Mgr. of the Woman's Club.
OHAPTEtt MO. 13, n. A. pf.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the fourth
Friday in every month, at 7:30 p. m.
C. E. Connor, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad.
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M. meets on the first and third Thurs Thursday
day Thursday evenings of each "month at 7:30
o'clock, until further notice.
C. E. Simmons, W. II -Jake
Brown, Secretary. Ad.
Fort King Camp No. 14, Woodmen ot
the World, will hold its next regular
meeting Friday evening, July 11th ,at
Tonga's Hall. Every member is urg? 1
to be present. Visitors always wel welcome.
come. welcome. J. F. Thompson, c. C.
C K. Sage, Clerk. Ad.
The following schedule Is not paid
for, but Is printed for the Information
of the public. The railroads are re requested
quested requested to- send in corrections when whenever
ever whenever necessary.
9 (Limited)
1 ......
Arrive Leave
.1:05 p.m 1:25 p.m.
.2:30 p.m. 2:33 p.m.
.I;3a.a.m. 1:40 a.m
2 .2:25 a,m.
4 12:50 p.m.
10 (Limited).. 4:20 p m.
2:30 a.m.
1:05 p.m
4:23 p.m.
The limited- leaves Jacksonville at
11:20 a. m. and arrives In Tampa at 6
p. m. It leaves Tampa at 1 p. m. and
arrives in Jacksonville at 7:50 p. m. It
stops only at Turkey Creek, Plant City,
Dade City Wldwood, Ocala, Starke
and Waldo
Southbound .lax. and Si. PetersfeQrg
Arrive Lave
No. 9 10:35 p.m. 10:46 p.m.
No. 39 2:40 p.m. 2:42 p.m.
Sonlhbound -Ocala and Lakeland
No. 35 (Sunnyjim) 6:40 a.m.
Xortkboouil Jai. and St. Petersburg
Arrive Leave
No. 18 5:19 a.m 5:20 a,nx
No. 40 .12:54 p.m. 1:14, p.m.
Northbound ..tad and Ocala
No. 32 (Sannyjlm). .. .Arrive 9:s0 p.nx
Ocala and IXemoKassa
Leave No. 49 ...... ... ..... 8:29 a.m.
Leave No. 47 . ... ...... 2:25 p.m.
Arrive--No. 44 ..... ...,-..12:50
Arrive No. 48 6:00 p.nx
Lv. for Palatka.. 7:30 a.m: i:25 p.m.
Sunday trains 8:00 a.m. 1:25 p.m
Ar. from Palatka. 10:40 5:10 p.m.
For first class automobile service
by" the trip, hour or day, phone No.
327. First class tar and uniformly
low prices to all. J. C. Geiger. Ad.


The social center committee of
the Woman's Club opened the club
rooms for the reception and enter entertainment
tainment entertainment of young people Thursday
afternoon. The ladies spared no
pains to jnake the hall cheerful and
comfortable, and their efforts were
much appreciated by the visitors, of
whom there were not a few, and the
list of whom will be much lengthen lengthened,
ed, lengthened, as knowledge of this pleasant
place of recreation spreads.
The rooms were kept open all the
evening. When the Star reporter
and his siie partner, otherwise Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Rooney, called at 8: 30, they
found the hall a bright and home
like scene. Mrs. WilliamT Hocker,
Mrs. E. Van Hood, Mrs. A. Y. Strunk
and Mrs. B. H. Seymour were busy
bidding the guests welcome and en entertaining
tertaining entertaining them. The hall is very
well lighted and its good ventilation
was added to by a number of elec electric
tric electric fans. A big bowl of some deli deli-clous
clous deli-clous temperance drink, backed by
another of iced tea supplied refresh refreshment
ment refreshment to all comers. There were
books and magazines in plenty and
several interesting games. The scribe
couldn't remain long, but during his
brief stay a number of visitors came
in and settled themselves for a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant hour. Mr. Rooney was soon
deeply engrossed in a game of au authors,
thors, authors, and when the reporter left he
was looking at his hand like he was
trying to decide whether to go one
better or call.
This is a most commendable under undertaking,
taking, undertaking, and the Star hopes it will be
appreciated and supported. Mutual
interest is the cement in the struc structure
ture structure of civilization, and the more of
it we give to our young people, the
firmer the edifice will be.
Mr. Henry Storch died at Burbank
yesterday morning. Mr. Storch was
68 years old and had been an invalid
for twenty years. Mr. E. C. Smith
prepared the remains for shipment
to Omaga, Kans., and they were ac ac-jcompanied
jcompanied ac-jcompanied by his niece, Miss Josie
i Storch
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.
Pboae 10
35 Cent Specials
In Hie Window.
The Jeweler.
Bring in Your
Watches and Clocks
. Repairing Guaranteed
Next Jo Express Office.
jp G14 E. Adams Sti'hone 497.
Careful Estimates Made on All Con Contract
tract Contract Worlf Gives more and better
work for tP money than any other
contractor f n the city.

By deciding your banking connections in favor of the Munroe & Chamblisi
Bank, you are deciding in favor of your own enterprise.
Your business will benefit from the thorough and complete banking service
this organization maintains. You can secure here the many advantages your
financial affairs demand.
Allow us to demonstrate to you the quality of our service. Our officers
will be glad to consult with you.


J. F. JK.K1S,

Jo Fo JBNKI: &:.

General Building Contractors
303 Osceola Street, Ocala, Fla. PHONE 389. RIock Northeast of Tost office
We are prepared to handle all branches of Building Work, no matter how large or small. We offer our
services and materials. Carpentry, Masonry, Brick and Stone, Plumbing Steam Fitting, Lathing and Plas Plastering,
tering, Plastering, Roofing, Blacksmithmg, Special Iron Work, and all other branches of building.
Wc Offer to the Trade Lime, Cement, Plaster, Roofing, Sewer Pipe, Plumbing and Steam Fitting Supplies and
Building Brick, Roth Common and Pressed.

.Blitchton, July 3. Messrs. J. W.
Coulter, J. M. and Goree Blitch and
Fenton Blitch spent Monday in the
Brick City.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Akin and Mr.
Leland Akin are visiting in Dunnel Dunnel-lon.
lon. Dunnel-lon. Mrs. Lina Burgess is visiting in
Lake Butler.
Mr. Landis Blitch and his guest,
Mr. Roland Wilkinson of St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg left Tuesday for the B. Y. P. U.
encampment at Lake City.
Miss Legie Blitch leaves Tuesday
for Ridgecrest, N. C. She will be ac accompanied
companied accompanied as far as Asheville, N. C,
by Messrs. Landis Blitch and Roland
Wilkinson. They will spend several
months in North Carolina. Miss
Legie Blitch attends a houseparty in
Rutherfordton, NYC, in August. She
and Mr. Landis Blitch will visit rela relatives
tives relatives in RockJIill and Chester, S. C,
before returning home.
Onitp a crowd nf npnnlp n-pnfui
'the excursion to Cedar Keys Tues
There will be services at the. Bap Baptist
tist Baptist church Sunday.
The Texas "Wonder cures Kidney and
bladder trouble, removing gravel,
cures diabetes, weak and lame backs,
rheumatism and all irregularities of
the kidneys and bladder In both men
and women. Regulates bladder troub troubles
les troubles in children. If not sold by your
druggist, will be sent by mall on re receipt
ceipt receipt of $1 One small bottle Is two
months treatment and seldom falls to
perfect a cure. Send for testimonials
from this and other states. Dr. E. W.
Hall, 2096 Olive street, St. Louis Mo.
Sold by all brugglsts. Ad
An elegant line of.iawyers' manu manuscript
script manuscript covers, in any color that could
be desired, just received at the Star
For Cats, 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,
wouuas or scalds. J. H. Folanco,
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
salve. Only 25c. Recommended by
Tydings & Co. Adv
Tablets and box writing papers at
less than cost, 5 and 10c. Murray &
Company. 7-2-1 1
Sallow complexion is due to a tor
REGULATOR puifies and strength
ens the liver, regulates the bowels,
sweetens the breath and restores the
ruddy hue of health to the cheeks.
Price, large package, $1; small size,
25c. 3old by all druggists. Adv
We have just received a new ship
ment of pound papers in both styles
of Alpiue Flax and Tube Rose. They
a're beauties. The Court Pharmacy.
Adv. 7-3-6t
New 1913 World's Almanac, just
received; 35 cents at Ballard's News
stand. Adv.
Dysentery is always serious and
cfte na dangerous disease, but it can
be cured. Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy ha3
cured it even when malignant and
epidemic. For sale by all dealers, ad
Ocala Lode No. 2S6, benevolent and
Protective Order of Elks, meets the
second and fourth Tuesday evenings. In
eaclj month. VisMTng brethren always
welcome. has Vy". Hunter, E. R.
Joseph Bell, Gfer?t3rj' Ad.
The Ocala Lodge No. 633, Loyal Or Order
der Order of Moose, meets each Thursday
evening at o'clock in the Gary build building,
ing, building, third floor. Vsir-g brother are
invited to attend our meetings. '.
Qeo. F. Mershor, Dictator.
E. L. Stapp, Secretary. A a.
Home of the Ruby.
- Ruby mine's of the Mogok v&lley
ar known to have been worked since
tbJ year 1600 Just how old thesa
mites are nobody knows. or they
haxje produced practically all ibe
rulieB of ancient and modern times.

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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. -.


riot IMiware ..

Ocaia, Flat, Plume tl&Y

Most accessible beach resort for Ocala and Florida people.
W. H. ADAMS, Owner and Manager
Forty minutes ride from Jacksonville on the ilnest batulnff beach
on the Atlantic coast. American plan. Abundance

of sea foods.

For Convenience and Economy
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. V
Ocala Plumbing '& Electric Co.



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The Hotel you take your Mother, Wife or j
Sister to,

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Reasonable rates.
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flu money in me

How many times have you said, or your friends
said: "I cannot, because I Have Not Got The Money?"
How many good business chances have had to be
passed up because you did not have the money? "Get
Rich-Quick" speculation is. the worst thing a man 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.
VYe Pay 4 per eent-Interest cu Savings Accounts

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Undertaker Smith, phones 10 & 94.


Buttermilk at Gerig's Drugstore, tf

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

Buttermilk at Gerig's Drugstore, tf

M. A. Wilkerson of Palatka was at
the Harrington last night.

Menfolks, ask to see the OLUS at
Rivers Habadashery. 7-3-4t

Mr. H, H Petteway of Wauchula
was at the Harrington last night.

11. B. Masters Co's. shoe depart department,
ment, department, the place where they fit your
feet. 6-3 0-1 m

C. A. Pound of Gainesville was at
the Harrington last night..

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

Earl S. McKay of Valdosta was at
the Harrington, last night.


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.

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

; Agent for a dozen of the best Fire insurance companies in the
country. Thoroughly' competent to care for your insurance business.
I Will be Pleascd'to Care for your Business in Any of These Ldnes.

Mr. J. C Holder of Crystal River
in at the Harrington.

Try our ice cold buttermilk. Re

ceived daily from the Ocala Heights

Dairy. Gerig's Drugstore. 6-17-tf

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bass of Kissim Kissim-mee
mee Kissim-mee are at the Ocala House.

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

Miss Jessie A. Owens of Sparr was
at the Ocala House yesterday.

Ask to see the new Ansco folding
pocket camera. Its new and nifty.
The Court Pharmacy. 7-3-6t

While the Star goes to press too

early 11:15 a. m. today to give
any detailed report of the event, it
is evident that the celebration will
be a great success.
Hundreds of people are in town,
with morearriving every minute. It
is a happy, prosperous looking crowd,
and it is easy to see that the propor proportion
tion proportion of white people is larger than
on former occasions.
The auto parade came off on
schedule time. It was shorter than
was expected, but there were some
splendidly-arranged floats and a
number of pretty cars in the line.
At this time, the public square,
crowded with people, waiting to hear
the orations of Congressman Clark
and Judge Gober, presented a gala
appearance. The band played in the
best of tune, and the decorations, not
only on the square, but all over town,
are profuse and beautiful.
We will tell you about it tomorrow.


The game with Gainesville will be
called at 4 o'clock today. Gaines Gainesville's
ville's Gainesville's naturally good team is heavily
reinforced from Riverside. Their
pitcher will be White, a noted Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville player, who is expected to
arrive on the limited. Three of the
winning team of yesterday will also
play Purcell, second base; Mack,
shortstop, and Sylvester, third base.
Ocala has only her home boys, but
they will do their best. Go and cheer
them to the echo.


If you have any Items tor thUi de department,
partment, department, call Phone 106.


Miss Hally Zeigler of Lakeland is
a guest of the Ocala House.

Vacuum coffee, Richelieu's best,
our best, the best. H. B. Masters

Company. 7-2-3t

The Citizens' Investment Co is
proving to be a very satisfactory' or organization.
ganization. organization. It has just declared a
semi-annual dividend, and the checks
will be mailed to the stoekholdersas
soon as Mr. Carn returns from Birmingham.


Phone 285


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The friend-winning pried
that we are making: in our store

will surely interest you. Cola

type cannot do justico to the
extraordinary offerings, Buy

ing jewelry here means

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

standard of jewelry sell
ing rernains fixed.

Here you will find
a satisfying assort

ment of the world s
best productions

. in jewelry
gems, silver

ware, novel
ties, etc.

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Mr. S. P. Anthony of Port Inglis is

in town, a guest of the Ocala House.

"Worth smacking your lips over,

Its the famous Norris candies.
Court Pharmacy. 7-3-6t

Congressman Frank Clark, Messrs.
W. G. Richardson, Dr. J. H. Colson
and Thomas W. Fielding arrived
from Gainesville at 10 o'clock this

morning-and are at the Harrington.

Geiger, one of Marlons

most successful tjllers of the soil in

Mr. :



Mrs. D. E. Mclver and little daugh daughter
ter daughter Frances, came up on the early
train this morning from Idlewild to
spend the day with friends.
Mrs. B. T. Perdue returned Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday from a delightful visit to
friends at Oldtown on the Sewanee
Mr. I. V. Stevens came up last
night from Lakeland to spend the
Fourth with his family who are vis visiting
iting visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B.
A. Weathers.
Mrs. D. W. Davis and family are in
the city for the day from their sum summer
mer summer home at Lake Weir.
Dr. Montgomery and family from
Micanopy are iathe city to enjoy the
Mrs. Willis of Crystal River is the
house guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
Clyatt for a few days.
Col. R. F. Rogers and family of
Lynne are visitors to the city today.
Mrs. C. L. Gamsby and son Cam Cameron
eron Cameron are enjoying an outing with
friends and relatives at their old
home, Kingston, Canada. Master

Cameron is at present on a two

weeks' camping trip with a party of
friends on one of the Thousand Isl

ands in the St. -Lawrence-rive

.Mr. baniora Jewett came in -yesterday
afternoon from Lakeland to
spend the fourth ,with his brother
and sister and incidentally to witness

the ball game today.



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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.


the Flemington section, was a pleas-ed quite a number of difficulties, es-

Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Collins of

ster are at the Ocala House.


J. W. Wilmott of Orlando is at the

Ocala House.

Mrs. P. B. Branch of Center

b at the Ocala House.


ant caller at theStar office today. He

says that the drops in his section

jhave never bep better in the his his-jtory
jtory his-jtory of the county. Mr". Geiger is one

of the many Marion county farmers
who has discarded the horse and bug bug-y
y bug-y for traveling purposes and adopt adopt-eatfamore
eatfamore adopt-eatfamore rapid route the au-to

Pan-cake flour, we haY,e it. Have

some with our Richelieu maple

syrup. H. B. Masters Co. 7-2-3 1

Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hamrick, who
have been sojourning at Davtona

Beach for several months, arrived in
Ocala Wednesday night accompanied
by their nephew, Master George
Looney, who has been their guest for
the past. six weeks. They came thru

the country from Daytona by the-

Crow's Bluff route in their big Abbott-Detroit
car, and owing to the

"an honest man may have a bad title through no fault of his own
a good man does noi always mean a good title
"men pass away, titles run on forever.
"an abstract of title is the only means by which you can determine
whether you are buying land or a lawsuit

florida title and abstract co.

ion county friends of this gallant old

heavy rains recently they encounter-J ... . 0. . .
... .. . ... 'soldjer join the Star in good wishes


" tnr him nnii hie hrtno

pfecially through the scrub from Al-j
toona. ,r-.

jir. ju. Lt. Yvanniauii ana inmny ui


and Mrs. Emmett Robinson !Citra are in town today

anfl baby and their sister, Miss Fanny
Robinson came up from Lake Weir
yesterday to spend a few days in the

Mr. J. E. Means of Micanopy is at

the Harrington.

John Bunny, Detective Burns

reeler, Temple tonight, ,dv.

Mr. J, P. Parker of Dunnellon

spending the 4th in Ocala.



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

Fresh bread every day and the
best there is made too. We always
keep on hand the largest line of
cakeshat has ever been carried by

an f. jfaia bakery. Carter s Bak



, Mr. Fred Lovell, formerly an
Ocala resident, but at present in the
drug business in Plant City, is among
the Fourth of July visitors in town
today. .'if

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

! fir rkf CA4 f rrr A-r-n nrn Tfiiii0flnv Ann

Hammond of Terrell was at i . J

ings ana sunaay noon. 6-23-t

Q. S

the Ocala House last night

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John Bunny, Detective Burns
reeler. Temple tonight. Adv.


vvant a

snappy, spark

ling gem set ring

at a decided price

reduction here's
your opportunity.

For your sweetheart mar

tied or otherwise a diamond

solitaire is eminently proper.
Nothing better as an engage

ment or birthday rig; Sarpriss Fcitbar,
Husband or protfcor y?ith a rice jln. We

Mr. and Mrs. John Hainey of W

liston were at the Ocala House


Mr. Ernest Rawls, cits- ticket a

of the Seaboard in Jacksonville,

spending.the-dayin Ocal


Mr. Baxterjpfarn leaves tonight for

, meir-yeiyrt-4a-ahnut a wee3u-

When you are in need of office
supplies give us a call. Our stock
is complete. The Court Pharjnacy.

Adv. 7-3-6t

Mrs. Flora McKay Morrison and
Mrs. A. L. McKay of Morriston were
guests of the Hajringlon yesterday.

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

Mr. John Jeffords of Clearwater, is
the guest of his brother, Mr. W, C.

Jeffords, .at his home -on Oklawaha
avenue. Mr. Jeffords is a native of

Ocala and grew to manhood here. Mr

Jeffords notes with pleasure the many

improvements in the city each time

he returns,

Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Meadows of
Anthony were at the Harrington yesterday.


' j L-sr?"--i I ! 1 1 ! i i 1 i V 9 3pir.taa assoi iment pt gems in up-to- I
'HImhfVil; !i I ! the-minatejrttinss at prices to
ii'iiSHH H' j'l l!t'A nUtfc thinnest poclret boeYouT32ei
UiihiM i'iiJi- -vUl find ffnsst suit eryorte- ipjs
i HK! ii! t i t lyj,'! s men ar3 women and little folks. Call 1
j j ig ;iit!j i la now-wWle the stock is complete, "t- 2 T&'' V

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Buttermilk at Gerig's Drutore. tf

Mr. Albert H. Marsh, the skilled
accountant and auditor f" the city

on business. He is guest of the

Harrington. Mr. Marsh has dotie
some fine work auditing public ac

counts. He has a testimonial to his
skill from the officers of a big North

Carolina county.

John liunny, Detective Burns

reeler, Temple tonight. Adv.


"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, T-3-4t

Sunnyjim was the first train to
bring in a crowd of 4th of Juliars.
About 50 arrived on it last night. As
many more came from the north on
No. 9.

John Buuny, lietective Btirns
reeler. Temple tonight.- Adv.


H. R. L. White of Summerfield. is
at the Harrington.

Sunny Jim Robinson was on the

job early this morning, with a dum

my fire cracker half as big as him himself,
self, himself, with which he scared a number
of his friends almost into fits. The

victims are talking about getting to

gether soon after nightfall and clos

ing the day's festivities by lynching

Sunny Jim. Malcolm Williams, o

the Atlantic Coast Line, will be mas

ter of ceremonies, and the editor of

the Star will act as chaplain.

.-""Mr. J. J. GerigXnot only went to

the bail game himSMf but patriotical

ly closed his drug&rore and. took his

eat ire force.

Mr. John Pasteur and daughter,

Miss Tilly v Pasteur, are in the city

rom J-.ake Weir, for a day or two,

guests of Mrs. C. S. Cullen and fam-


Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Hollinrake

turned home Tuesday after a de5

ightful visit with friends in St. Pe-

tersburg and Tampa.

Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Gray of .Tampa

are the house guests of Mrs. Gray's

brother, Mr. John Carney at his home

on Lake Weir. Mr. Carney met them

in Ocala and they motored through
to the lake.

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hardaker of

New Orleans, butCfoxmerly, of Ocala

and Tampa, are recipients of the con

gratulations and gid wishes of their
many friends ul)on the arrival of a

little son that came to then on the

evening of June 30th.JThe little fel fel-Jow
Jow fel-Jow has been named for his father,

William Arthur, Jr. Mr. and Mrs.

Hardaker have lived in New Orleans

for some time, going there from

Tampa. Mr. Hardaker is manager of
the New Orleans branch of the Globe

Naval Stores Company.

Prof. Geo. C. Looney will begin his

coaching work at 902 Fort King ave

nue Monday, the 7th of July.

Mrs. Looney,' after- some' weeks

absence has returned -to Ocala, and

Miss Emma Perry returned home at the request of friends will take

where a class in stenography.

She suggests that pupils begin at

Mrs. Paul Edwards. Ian early, date, that they may have

three mnnrhRnrramnlfitog. mirco

Mr. and Mrs. John Rogers and fam- satisfactorily and secure certificuTt

lly of Lynne are in the city for the


yesterday from Inverness,

ishe was the guest for two weeks of

of efficiency. Our pupils who do this
have no trouble In finding positions.


Mrs. Sue E. Prink will leave today

for a visit to hlixC Geo. E. Watsonat


Ensley, Ala.

Buttermilk at Gerig's Drugstore, tf

Miss Jean Teague of Lady Lake,

will arrive here tomorrow to spend a

few days with Mrs. Thomas T. Cald

well en route to North Carolina.
Jacksonville Metropolis.


Lost, Found, Wanted, For Sale

For Rent and Similar Local Needs;

FQR RENT Offices in -Holder

building. Apply to Davis & Martin.


Bronson Times-Democrat: Cards
are out announcing the marriage of

"Miss Corinne Estelle Epperson and

Mr. Seward F. Harris, on Wednes- FOR RENT My little cottage at

day, July 16; at 10:30 a. m., at the Woodmar on Lake Weir is for rent,

Methodist church, Bronson. The completely furnished. R. R. Carroll.

brideelect is the talented and pretty

feldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. FOR RENT Five or six-room
J. Epperson, and is one of our most J house on Daugherty. street. Apply to

popular and attractive young ladies,

and her host of friends wish her ev

ery joy in life. Mr. Harris is a
joung druggist of Tallahassee, and

to be congratulated upon his good

fortune in winning so fair a bride.

Captain John H. Welch, well re

membered to Marion county people,
now a resident of Miami, took unto
himself a bride at St. Augustine a

few days ago, in the person of Mrs.

Caroline B. Wilson, an estimable lady

of Easton, Pa. They will make their

home in Miami. Capt. Welch is well

known by the old residents of Mar

ion county, and is the father of Mrs,

John R. Dewey of thjs city and Mrs.

Bob Clark of Tampa. All the Mar-

July Victor records are Just In and
unusually fine. Hear them at Lans-

ford's. 6-24-tf

Almost the entire population
Anthony ancl Citra is In the city.


Mr. A. K. Griffin of Anthony and
his brother, Mr. Henry Clay Griffin

Let nMaJDfcsj town.



jor, Mrs. Sidney
pias Wyatt and

Nj. an auto party

"fhe Harriiig-.

I rudders.

I the nob nob-jly
jly nob-jly is the

ts Hab-


Block's Graham
20c per lb.

We are carrying a very com-

. plete stock of Frank E.

' Block's Crackers and Cakes

in bulk and packages.

All 10c packages 3 for 23 cts

all 5c packages 6 fox 23 cts.

There is none better than


Baxter Cam. 5-31-tf


The Woman's Missionary Society

of the Methodist church has post

poned its meeting from Friday, July

4th, to Saturday, July 5th.


WANTED Three najKKScf

can milk with dry hamfs., Anthony

Farm Co., Anthony, Fla. 6-28-4t eod

LOST Ladies gold watch, hunt

ing case No. 1655510, Waltham
movement No. 14190383. Finder

will be suitably rewarded by return return-!ing
!ing return-!ing same to the Star office. 7-2-6t

RAGS WANTED Anyone having

on hand well laundered cotton rags

can dispose of them by applying at

the Star office. 7-4-tf

Depositors In our Savings Depart

ment are requested to bring or mail

in their pass-books on or before

July 10th, to have interest added.

LOST A bunch of beys, two desk

keys and three Yale keys; some

where between the Ocala Plumbing

Please facilitate our work by being & Electric Company's office and the

postoffice. Finder please leave same
at the Star office. 7-l-6t

prompt. 6-30-dot wit

The Munroe & Chambliss Bank

Atlantic Coast Line train No. 40

northbound was five hours late yes

terday. The delay was caused by the j

engine jumping the track at East-

lake. Nobody hurt.

1 Pounds of

Sugar for


it is impossible to explain the with every purchase of $1.00

memo ui kuc .nuuai i. v.utac;b, uuk

one made to order will give comfort,
grace, ease and style. A $3.50 model

is now out. Mrs. B. M. Hunt, phone

111. 6-13-tf

worth of other groceries
for cash on

Fresh buttermilk every day at the

Postoffice Drugstore. 6-24-tf

Saturdays S Mondays.

nnsitivuLE houses for iiEXTt flnlv rvn naokndft nf sndnr

I SM M.JL M J M W ruWMMw w - V j

to a customer at this

' Tw large house la eeatral lo location,
cation, location, suitable for resldeaee or
beard! as nooses one 8-room aad
bata and one 8 rooms and batbf
either house will aeeommodate two
families, and we will rent to salt
tenants. Apply to D. S. Woodrew
or Elmer DeCanp. 6-26

rate on sale


G,. C. Mobley of Webster, D. L.

White White of Citra, and Carl and
Thomas Reed of Plymouth are at the

Ocala House.

j ass

Mr. Spurgin Ausley of -.Mcintosh is

in the city today. ;

John Cunny, Detective Barns 3-1

reeler, Temple tonight Adv.

Smith Grocery

v Company
y.ext to Ocala- National Bank


Soda crackers are more ati ati-tritive
tritive ati-tritive than any other flour
food. Uneeda Biscuit are
the perfect soda crackers.
Though the cost is but five
cents, Uneeda Biscuit are
too good, too nourishing, too
crisp, to be bought merely
as an economy.
Buy them because of their fresh freshness
ness freshness because of their crispness
because of their goodness because
of their nourishment.
Always 5 cents. Always fresh,
crisp and clean.



A Romance of the


Guldo von Horv&th
and Dean Hoard

Copyright, 15)t3, by W. O. Chapman in the United
biates and Orent Britain.


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 o! fence and
have demonstrated in the past that It is absolutely the best
strongest fence on the market, and running It as we have in
competition with the many Inferior grades of wire fence. We
have had some phenomenal sales on it and made many friends
and customers. Give us your orders, If the goods don't make
good we will. w


Phone 108, City Market.


Dr. Woods Hutchinson, the Famous
Physician, says:








Letters From Europe.
The Countess Rosiny was surprised
to find a number of letters awaiting
her, all bearing European postmarks.
"How did they reach me?" she

asked Astra.

"Napoleon told the Count von Wer-

denstein that you are my guest, and

he also made arrangements to have

your property interests protected."

"Mr. Edison is very kind." She

looked at Astra. "Do you know, I
sometimes envy you."

Astra raised her eyebrows question-


"My dear, I do; you are so good and

noble that Mr. Edison cannot help lov

ing you as he loves goodness itself
through you."

Astra sighed: "Then you love Na

poleon, Rositta?"

"I love him, indeed," she replied

laughingly. "And were I as good as
you are, I would take up the glove and
fight for the prize. But I my heart
was poisoned long ago. I do not in inspire
spire inspire pure love." Her voice eounded
somewhat bitter.

"Dear sister," said Astra, putting

her arm around Rositta, "I cannot be believe
lieve believe that you are not as good as you

appear, for I do not believe I could

.love you as I do if you were not good

and true."

Astra left to preside at the Educa

tional Society of Independent Women
of America. "We .shall have luncheon

together at two o'clock, and then we

will have a ride with Napoleon," she

said as she left.

Roeitta hurriedly went to her own

rooms, taking the letters she had re received.
ceived. received. One was in Count von Wer-

denstein's handwriting. She locked

her door carefully, then opened the let

ters one by one, leaving the count's
until the last.

There were reports from her agents,

a check from her banker, a sad sonnet

from a former captain of the Royal
Guard, one of her most steadfast, ad

mirers, but none were of great Impor

tance. She glanced through them and
then opened the one that most inter

ested her:

"My Dear Countess: I was pleased

with the news that I received through
Edison that you are safe and well. The

political situation has received a tre-



I am keeping at my Sales Barn and Lot, on
West Exposition Street three blocks west of the

jourt house square,

a Fine. Drove of
First Class
Corses and Mules
Animals for all pur purposes,
poses, purposes, and at reason
able prices. I go to
market each two
weeks and select the
stock in person and

get the very best.
Call at the Lot, you will lind some Stock to suit yon,
if it Is one or dozen head you need, I have them.

h ?

A ,, mkf,

"How Much I Admire Men Like You,

Mr., Duprel."






c toasi

From Ocala


mendous shaking up, but the people

are happy and preparations are under

way to restore the same good order

that we enjoyed In former days ; but
no more militarism.

'I think the European peoples will

soon be as rich as our American
brothers. We expect them to teach
us the latest methods of finance, etc.
We will gladly welcome every oppor

tunity to learn from them.

4A bit of news: The Princedom of

Schomburg Lithow is in great sorrow.
It has lost the last member of its
reigning family. I a pa telling you this,

as I know you always liked the jovial
young Prip.ce Otto, who died without
"European monarchs were much sur surprised
prised surprised at the American defense, but
they had to accept what I had to offer
them. Now In their disaster they are
bonded together.
T will be glad to hear further from
you." You know that I have always

taken keen Interest in your move movements.
ments. movements. "With the best wishes. Count von
Werdenstein." I
Rositta glanced once more through i

the letter, interpreting it.
"He has received my message. They
want to restore the old order. They
are anxious to get the secret of the
aerodromone, for which they offer me

the Princedom Schomburg Lithow. All

had to "hurry "homeward, "as they
wished to reach the capital before sun sunset.
set. sunset. Napoleon, who knew the country
best, led them through a short cut, a
meadow nestling between two deep
forests, and thus to a shorter road.
By the time they reached the first
suburb it had begun to grow dark.
They had to cross the town to reach
the Cryetal Palace. As they passed
under the first street lamp two men
who were standing on the corner, near
an automobile, peered closely at them.
One of the men grasped the other by
the arm and said: "Come." They
jumped into the car and 'it shot for forward,
ward, forward, turning the nearest corner, and
raced toward the north, to the heart
of the city. At the new congressional
building they stopped and beckoned to
a man who seemed to await them.
"I tell you, Mozrak, they will pass
this corner," said one of the men im impatiently.
patiently. impatiently. "But I would prefer to stand farther
down, where there is a greater crowd,"
said the man who had been waiting.
"What do you w ant with the crowd?"
"To help me escape," was the lacon

ic answer of the man called Mozrak.

'Just as you pleae," assented the

man in the car. "Select your own


The automobile with the three men

went farther, where the streets and
elevated sidewalks vvere crowded with

people. Mozrak looked around and

back, as if he expected to see some

one he knew.

"Here!" The man at the wheel

obeyed. "Wait for me at the next cor

ner, with everything in readiness, and
when I jump into the car you are to

let her out." Mozrak left the automo automobile
bile automobile and threaded his way through the
crowd. The big car turned the corner

indicated and stopped. Mozrak walked

far enough to get its bearings, then

returned to the center of the block.

His hand strayed toward his hip
pocket, rested there for a second and
then he stood watching the passing

In the meantime the four on horse horseback
back horseback neared the building in a slow

trot; as they reached the busier streets

their horses fell into a walk.
. Napoleon rode on Astra's left and
they were cloeely followed by Rositta
and Hale. They passed the building
and wrere nearing the place where Moz Mozrak
rak Mozrak leaned against a lamp post, smok smoking
ing smoking contentedly. He saw the coming
quartet, and took a deep breath. When
they had reached the center of the
block, near where he stood, his right
hand went into his hip pocket. Just
as the four on horseback reached him
he jumped toward Astra with leveled
arm, and the glint of an automatic pis pistol
tol pistol was seen. k .
The pistol wae pointed at Astra,
whose horse made a nervous jump
when the man came forward. Before
the man could pull the trigger Napo Napoleon's
leon's Napoleon's whip hissed through the air,
hitting him squarely in the face. The
pistol exploded; the bullet grazed Na Napoleon's
poleon's Napoleon's right shoulder, and before the
fellow could make another attempt to
shoot he was seized by two onlookers
and his pistol wae knocked from his
grasp. He was dazed by a blow and
stood looking at them blankly.
Astra fainted, but many kind and
willing arms were there to prevent her
falling from her horse.
Rositta, who just a few minutes be before
fore before was so full of joy, looked at the
scene shudderingly.
Napoleon, like a god of revenge,
stood over the man. She could see
blood oozing from his right coat
sleeve, but that blood was not the
cause of her pale, terror-stricken face.

It was the face of the assassin that
had startled, her. She knew that face.
The police restored order, but before
Napoleon let the shaking would-be as assassin
sassin assassin go he 'spoke to him in a stern,
low voice:
"Who are you?"
"Nikolay Mozrak."
"A Russian?"
The pale man simply bowed.
"Who sent you to commit this most
miserable deed?" And he shook the
man as a storm shakes a withered leaf.
"It was my fate; I had to do it," the
man answered calmly.
"Miserable cur!"aid Napoleon, and
tossed the man into the arms of the
waiting guard, then turned toward As Astra.
tra. Astra. Her eyes met those of Napoleon, ap apprehensively.
prehensively. apprehensively. "You are hurt!" she whispered,
pointing toward his hand.

"It must be a mere scratch, as I

have not felt it."

- The return to tne palace was a

silent one. Napoleon submitted to the

doctor's treatment, but his wound wat
slight, and when it was properlj
dressed he returned to the drawing drawing-room,
room, drawing-room, where Hale was doing his best
to drive away the oppression caused
by the accident.
Astra had regained her composure;
her only fear was that Napoleon's
wound might be dangerous, but when
she "knew its insignificance she felt
Not so the Countess Rosiny. The
color had left her cheeks, and she
sat gazing into space. A face danced
before her eyes, the face of the anarchist.-
They tried in vain te reassure
her, but it was impossible.
It took all her will power to force
a smile to her pale lips when Napo Napoleon
leon Napoleon returned and still more to utter
the words: "I am glad you were not
badly hurt."
During a lull In the conversation she

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Good Time tmi

for Blood Health

Warm Days and Proper

Help do Wonders for
the Blood.

A few doses of that wonderful blood
purifier. S. S. S.. will start activities in
the cellular tissues of the body and
soon show decided changes in the skin.

$39.05 New York and Philadelphia,
Pa., and return. Sold daily to
September 30. I-'mit Oct. 31.
$20.25 Monteagle and Sewanee,
Tenn., and return. July 1, 3, 10,
15, 25, 31; Aug. 4, 14. Limit
Sept. 5. Summer school.
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Oct. 31.

$62.65 Denver Colo.
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July 5, 6, 12 and 19. Limit 15
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Hlzn Overs Allowed.

For information or reservations call., on any Atlantic

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Fnmnegn mrvnoi-nho ara in tVio r,ot The skin is but a fine networK or tiny

ov ... ... Mood vessels, and the specific action or
She answered the count's letter, then F F s is Clvtlair.i to be a pronounced
left ft and her reply open on her dek, .timui-uion f the activity of these

to be read by anyone who might wish.
She dressed and went to Astra's
boudoir. Together they entered the
dining-room in time to see Napoleon
and Ambrosio Hale enter from the
ether door.
Napoleon's eyes rested with appre appreciation
ciation appreciation on the picture the two present presented.
ed. presented.
Mr. Hale greeted them effusively,
then turned to the" countess, whose
charms were, in many respects, even
more fascinating than the President's.
A ride on horseback was scheduled
for the afternoon; that old, Invigorat Invigorating
ing Invigorating sport still held its charm, as all
were accomplished horsemen.
The days were till short, and they

cell?. Certain .it is that in .a surpris surpris-insrlv
insrlv surpris-insrlv sh'u t nine any skin eruption

show? a r.osl remarji&tile change; it
besrins to cirv cp: thA V?n pc1"" off

in tiny fW-ks. and

clear, henlthy' and fii

The i-feuscti fr thi?.

stimulaticr; ef S. S.
the cells in k3 skin

blood ;;- tSe.-:.,ruirimein
l c prerw. a h ?: r 'X
.This fnr? ? ?-in
in ?-in and yes
of cases t-f
had seemt-d I
"V rir m n fit

stocked drit

it, but bp su

something: ;
K. S. 1?

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Writ 'or
kin Uiscasfj,

Napoleon, Like a God of Revenge,
Stood Over the Man.

asked: "What is the name of that

"He said it wa3 Nikolay. Mozrak,"

answered Napoleon.

"Nikolay Mozrak," she repeated slow


"A Russian," added Napoleon.
Then Mr. Hale turned the conversa conversation
tion conversation Into other channels.
Napoleon could not but notice that
after he had told the name of the as assassin
sassin assassin the countess had partly re regained
gained regained her composure.
At eleven o'clock Rositta was on the
roof of the Crystal Palace, waiting for
the Hawk. Astra and Napoleon had
come up to see her off. Napoleon
helped her into the machine, where a
tall stranger stood at the wheel. The
bird rose and took its direction and
6ailed off toward the west.
Rositta went to the aerial chauffeur
and spoke, but he signaled back that
he could not hear or talk.
She returned to the comfortable
bench and tried to think: "Does Napo Napoleon
leon Napoleon suspect something? No, it can cannot
not cannot be, or he must be a wizard." With
this she lay dotfn and in a few min minutes
utes minutes was sleeping like an innocent
baby in a cradle.

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226 W. Bay Street, Jacksonville, Florida,


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Tbere is more catarrh in this sec section
tion section of the country than all other dis diseases
eases diseases put together, and until the last
few years was supposed to be Incur Incurable.
able. Incurable. For a great many years doc doctors
tors doctors pronounced it a local disease
and prescribed local remedies, and
by constantly failing to cure with lo local
cal local treatment, pronounced it. incura incurable.
ble. incurable. 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 To-ledor
ledor To-ledor Ohio, is the only constitutional
cure on the market. It is taken in internally
ternally internally 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 & Co., Toledo,
Ohio. Sold by drugstores. Take
Hall's Family Pills for constipa constipation.
tion. constipation. Adv

Home cf the Ruby.
Ruby mines of the Mcgok valley
are known to heve leen worked since
the year 100 .Irs how old thesj
mines are cefcody knows, .or they
have produced practically all the
rubles of ancient and modern ime3

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
may be avoided. Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem Remedy
edy Remedy can always be depended upon.
For sale by all dealers. Adv,

Weirsdale, July 3. Mrs. William

Philipps of Tampa, daughter of Mr. J

and Mrs. J. F. Sigmon, who had been
visiting home folks here the past
few weeks, went to Ocala Saturday,
where she will visit for a few- days
before returning to her home.
Mr. Duncan, our hustling sawmill
man, was a week end visitor with
Ocala friends.
J. M. Douglas transacted business
in Ocala Wednesday.
Mr. A. L. Bowman of South Lake
took the early train Wednesday for
Mr. and Mrs. James Scott, who
have been tending the grove and
keeping house for M. J. Connell for
some time, left for western Canada
A. Cataruga loaded a car of water watermelons
melons watermelons Wednesday. This is probably
our last car for the season.
Mr. Frank Lytle and daughter
Juanita of Stanton made a pleasant
auto trip to Ocala and return Tues Tuesday.
day. Tuesday. Mr. R. C. McXott, our successful
trucker, transacted business at
Shady Monday and Tuesdayi
Mr .and Mrs. E. C. Albertson of
South Lake left Monday for an ex extended
tended extended visit with his brother, Rev.
Albertson at DeLand.
W. T. Garidy traded in Ocala Wed Wednesday.
nesday. Wednesday.
G. T. Lindsley who is making a
grove east of the Snook homestead.

left Tuesday for Canada. He expects
to return this fall.
J. M. Douglas and Alton Coggins

were at Candler Wednesday after-!,
noon attending the funeral of Mr. T. h

E. Pritchett.

Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Luffman t
Oak, arrived Wednesday for a viit
with their relatives, Mr. W. B. p'og p'og-gins
gins p'og-gins and family.
Our folks are all planning' for a
big fourth here. The W. CJT. U. is
to have a big flag raising alid picnic.
The children's day program at the
Presbyterian church last Sabbath
morning was well rendered and well
attended. The children were trained
carefully and all were loud in their
praise of the children and their train trainers.
ers. trainers. The children always give us
something worth while. The pro proceeds
ceeds proceeds which go to Sabbath school
missions amounted to $5.


The market Tormeny Known as th
Oilie MordU" la now open. Will keep on
and a supply cf fresh meat ar.d f.,,i.
Orders by phone will receive prompt
vttentlon. Phone number .115. Come
to the old stand and bc treated right
Tours respectfully.

Are cured by Dr. Hobson's Eczema
Ointment, which heals all skin erup eruptions.
tions. eruptions. No matter how long you have
been troubled by itching, burning, or
scaly skin humors, just put a little
of that soothing anticeptic, 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-.
ment cured it in two week." Guar Guaranteed
anteed Guaranteed to relive or money refunded.
Price iiOc, Pfeiffer Chemical Co.,
Philadelphia and" St. Louis. Sold in
Ocala "bv Trdinss & Co. Adv.

Young Offender,
A woman left her baby in its car car-riage
riage car-riage at the door of a department
store. A policeman found It there, ap apparently
parently apparently abandoned. As he passed
down the street, a gamin yelled:
"What's' the kid done?" Collier's.


"When is a person mil: taut?" ask
the inquisitive f-uhscrlber of Whar
ton The Denver pa?tor who was
thrown out of his church window by
his board of deacons and came back
nd licked the entire push was mill
tan t. Huston Post

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.
A drunken congressman said to
Horace Greeley ore day: "I am a
self-made man." "Then, sir," replied
the philosophical Horace, "the fact
relieves the Almighty of a great re

For const! pationJ(i?uiches, Indi Indigestion
gestion Indigestion and dysn?7a use Dr. King's
Xew Life PJlr?T Paul Mathulka, of
Buffalo, i. Y., says they are the
"king-of all laxatives. They are a
blessing to all my family and I al always
ways always keep a box at home.". Get, a
h5X and get well. Price 25c Rec Recommended
ommended Recommended by Tydings & Co. Adv-

Reluctant Criticism.
Augustus, dear," said the girl, ten-

xderly, pushing him from her as tho

moonlight flooded the bay window
where they were standing. "I think
la you had better try some other
hair dye; your mustache tastes like


Don't Let Periodical Spellit of Lay
Liver Rain Your Temper and
Spoil Your Work
If your liver doesn't behave right
all tho time If It sometimes stops
working and you become bilious -and
"headachy" don't take calomel, but
try Dodson's Liver Tone.
You are safe In taking Dodson's
Liver Tone. It's a harmless, pleasant
vegetable remedy that starts the liver
without stirring up your whole sys system
tem system as calomel often does. It is espe

cially good for children who need a

liver tonic once in a while, but who
should not be dosed with strong drugs.
.Dodson's Liver Tone ,1s sold by the
Court Pharmacy. This store guar guarantees
antees guarantees it with a clean open and shut
guarantee your money back with a
smile if it fail3 to satisfy you. Price,
SO cents a bottle, and your money Is

Buy it now. Chamberlain's Colic,
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.


You can change fretful, Ill-tem
pered 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 jour 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. All druggists, or by mail.
Price 25c. Kickapoo Indian Medi Medicine
cine Medicine Co., Philadelphia and St.
Louis. Sold in Ocala by Tydings &
Co. Adv.

Perfected Dish Washer.
The Invention of a Chicago hotel
steward fills a long felt want. It is a
machine that will wash and dry 18,000
dishes in an hour. Moreover, it needs
the supervision and help of only two

If you need the medicine you need it

If yo uare a housewife you cannot

reasonably hope to be healthy or
beautiful by washing dishes, sweep-

ine and. doine housework all day.

as safe as if you had it In your pockeMmd crawling into bed dead tired at

nieht. You must get out Into the

badly if it doesn't satisfy you your open air nd sunlight. If you do this
money back. Buy a bottle from the every day -and k.n Vour stomach
Court Pharmacy today under this anj bowels n.' good 0TuV.4Vv taking

guarantee. Ad. 4 rhnrnhPrlain'sXTaDieT-s ""-Vivdd

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Always a Chance.
There is something in every season
i-Mr for the averaift'fnnl Tn

vou should becoue DOlu ".iTri

beautiful. For sai T &u u