"TT fHT TTTT 1 fTT A TP
DISSOLUTION SALE XOW OX
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.
The Furniture Men
The smallest cottage or the largest
hotel can be fitted up now at low
cost. Tell your furniture need3 to
The Furniture Men
00ALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JULY 5, 1918
If Til A
PATRIOTIC MD ELOQUENT
WORDS OF 1HE- PRESIDENT
Address of Wood row Wilson to Vet Veterans
erans Veterans and Citizens at Gettys Gettysburg
burg Gettysburg on the 4th
'Gettysburg, Pa.," July "5. On the
historic field at Gettysburg, where
Abraham Lincoln made his', famous
address pleading for a reunited peo people,
ple, people, President Wilson yesterday
morning addressed the combined
gathering of veterans of the armies
oi the north and the south.
The train bearing President Wilson
arrived at the station in. Gettysburg
at 11:02 o'clock., The president wa3
escorted to an automobile and ac accompanied
companied accompanied by Governor Tener, pass pass-.
. pass-. ed through the town to the Emmetts Emmetts-burg
burg Emmetts-burg road and then proceeded over
that thoroughfare to the camp.
The president spoke to a crowd es estimated
timated estimated at 10,000. Thousands of
veterans were in their uniforms of
gray and blue, but many in the
crowd .- were Pennsylvanians from
Gettysburg and nearby towns. The
president's speech was short and he
was frequently interrupted by cheers, j
President Wilson left by special train
shortly -before noon for the north.
President Wilson's Address
Friends and Fellow Citizens:
I need not tell you what the battle
of Gettysburg meant. These gallant
men in blue and gray sit all about
us here. Many of them met here upon
this-ground in grim and deadly strug struggle.
gle. struggle. Upon these famous fields and
hillsides their comrades died about
them. In their 'presence it were an
impertinence to discourse upon how
the battle went, how it ended, what it
signified! But fifty years have gone
by since then, and I crave the privi privilege
lege privilege of speaking to you, for a few min minutes
utes minutes of what those fifty years have
What have they meant? They have
meant peace and union and vigor, and
the. maturity and might of a great na nation.
tion. nation. How wholesome and healing
the peace ha3 been! We have found
one another again as brothers and
comrades in arms, enemies no longer,
generous friends rather, our battles
long past, the quarrel forgotten ex except
cept except that we shall not forget the splen splendid
did splendid valor, the manly devotion of the
men then arrayed against one another,
now grasping hands and smiling into
each other's eyes. How complete the
union has become and how dear to
all of us, how unquestioned, how be benign
nign benign and majestic, as state after state
has been added to this our great fam family
ily family of free men! How handsome the
vigor, the maturity, the might of the
great nation we love with undivided
hearts,; how full of large and Confi Confident
dent Confident promise that a life wifl be
wrought out that wUl crou its
wttTahappy welfare Jft will touch
alike with deep CffTtpntment! We
re debtor Ae fifty "crowded
. iflft. us heirs to a
BuCdo we deem the nation complete
and finished? These venerable men
crowding here to this famous field
have set us a gfVat example of devo devotion
tion devotion and utter sacrificed They were
willing, to die that- the people might
live But this task : is done. Their
day is turned into evening. They look
to us to perfect wThat they established,
Tbelr work is handed on to us, to be
done In another wray, but not in an another
other another spirit. Our day is not over; it
is" upon us in full tide.
Have affairs paused? Does the na nation
tion nation stand still? Is what the fifty years
have wrought since those days of bat
tle finished, rounded out and complet completed
ed completed ? Here is a great people, great
with every force that has ever beaten
in the lifeblood of mankind. And it
is secure. There is no one within its
borders, there is no power among the
nations of the earth, to make it afraid.
But has it yet squared itself with its
own great standards set up at its
birth, when it made that first noble,
naive appeal to the moral judgment of
mankind to take notice that a govern government
ment government had now at last been establish established
ed established which was to serve men, not mas masters?
ters? masters? It is secure in everything ex except
cept except the satisfaction that its life is
right, adjusted to the uttermost to the
standards of righteousness and hu humanity.
manity. humanity. The days of sacrifice and
cleansine are not closed. We have
harder things to do than were done
in the heroic days of war, because
harder to see clearly, requiring more
vision, more calm balance of judg judgment,
ment, judgment, a more candid searching of the
very springs of right.
Over the Munroe & phambliss Bank
, Phone 154
J. E. CIIACE
Rooms 9, 10, 11, Holder Block
. OCALA, FLORIDA
I,. F. BLALOCK
Office Over Commercial Bank
.M. C. IZLAR
Law Library Buildin?
J. G. PURVIS ;
; Ofnce Over Nash Dry Goods Store
v Attorney at Law
Office Second Floor Munroe
Chambliss "Bank Building
Look around you upon the field of
Gettysburg. Picture the array, the
fierce heats and agony of battle, col column
umn column hurled against column, battery
bellowing to battery! Valor? Yes!
Greater no man shall see in war; and
self-sacrifice, and loss to the utter uttermost;
most; uttermost; the high recklessness of exalted
devotion which does not count the
cost. We are made by these tragic,
epic things to know what it costs to
make a nation the blood and sacrifice
of multitudes of unknown men lifted
to a great stature in the view of all
generations by knowing no 'limit to
their manly willingness to serve. In
armies thus marshaled from the ranks
of free men you will see, as it were,
a nation embattled, the leaders and
the led, and may know if you will, how
little except in form its action differs
in days of peace from its action in
days of war.
May we break camp i.ow and be at
ease? Are the forces that fight for
the nation dispersed, disbanded, gone
to their homes forgetful of the com common
mon common cause? Are our forces disorgan disorganized,
ized, disorganized, without constituted leaders and
the might of men consciously united
because we contend, not with armies,
but with, principalities and powers and
wickedness in high places. Are we
content to lie still? Does our union
mean sympathy, our peace content contentment,
ment, contentment, our vigor right action, our ma maturity
turity maturity self-comprehension and a clear
confidence in choosing what we shall
do? War fitted us for action, and ac action
tion action never ceases.
I have been chosen the leader of
the nation. I can not justify the
choice by any qualities of my own, but
so it has come about, and here I stand.
Whom do I command? The ghostly
hosts who fought upon these battle battlefields
fields battlefields long ago and are gone? These
gallant gentlemen stricken in years
whose fighting days are over, their
glory won? What are the orders for
them, and who rallies them? I have
in my mind another host, whom these
set free of civil strife in order that
they might work out in days of peace
and settled order the life of a great
nation. That host is the-people them themselves,
selves, themselves, the great and the small, with without
out without class or difference of kind or race
or origin; and undivided in interest
if we have but the vision to guide
and direct them and order their lives
aright in what we do. Our constitu constitutions
tions constitutions are their articles of enlistment.
The orders of the day are the laws
upon our statute books. What we
strive for is their freedom, their right
to lift themselves from day to day and
behold the things they have hoped
for, and so make way for still better
days for those whom they love who
are to come after them. The recruits
are the little children crowding in.
The quartermaster's stores are in the
mines and forests and fields, in the
shops and factories. Every day some
thing must be done to push the cam
paign forward; and it must be done
by plan and with an eye to some great
How shall we hold such thoughts in
our hearts and not be moved? I would
not have you live even today wTholly
in the past, but would wish to stand
with you in the light that streams
upon us now out of that great day
gone by. Here is the nation God has
builded by our hands. What shall we
do with it? Who stands "ready to act
again and always in the spirit of this
day of re-union and hope and patriotic
fervor? The day of our country's life
has but broadened into morning. Do
not put uniforms by. Put the harness
of the present on. Lift your eyes to
the great tracts of life yet to be con conquered
quered conquered in the interest of righteous
peace, of that prosperity which lies
in a people's hearts and outlasts all
wars and errors of men. Come, let us
be comrades and soldiers yet to serve
our fellow men in quiet counsel wThere
the blare of trumpets is neither heard
nor heeded and where the things are
done which make blessed the nations
of the world in peace and righteous righteousness
ness righteousness and love,
There 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 Toledo,
ledo, Toledo, 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
OLLIK MORDISV MARKET OPEN
" The market formerly Known as the
Oilie Mordia !s now open. Will keep on
and a supply of fresh meats and fish
Orders by phone will receive prompt
attention. Phone number 315. Come
to the old stand and be treated rigrht
' Ad. OUiE MORD1S.
For soreness of the muscles,
whether induced by violent exercise
or injury, there is nothing better
than Chamberlain's Liniment. Thj3
liniment also -relieves rheumatic
pains. For sale by all dealers. Adr.
IK Of WELCOME
To the Visitors to Ocala, Delivered
by Judge W. M. Gober,
July 4, .1913
Judge Gober spoke as" follows:
Mr. Chairman and Fellow Citizens:
On behalf of the city of Ocala I bid
you welcome, extending to you our;
hospitality, may every moment of your
stay be one of pleasure, and may to-'
day's celebration redound to a greater'
loyalty to the principals which we to-!
day celebrate. This, the greatest ofi
days, the day that means more to i
American freedom than any day onjWJ1(l 'ar Crashed Into a Crowd of
the calendar of time. School Children at Pittsburg
One hundred and thirty-seven years j Pittsburg, Pa., July 3. Several
ago today our forefathers planted up. hundred school children assembling
on this continent the seed of liberty,
not that they alone might enjoy the,the schol parade. part of the day's-
fruit which the tree from that seed ; feslivit jes yesterday were scattered)
"uum uul lIieir cnuaren;
ana succeeding generations might be
a self-governed nation; this seed as
matured was nourished by the tears
and blood of these patriots, their
swords protected it from the enemies
of free government, and today we
have a government of the people, for
the people and by the people.
Like the infidel who in his heart
says there Is no God, the skeptic has
said that your government will not
endure, and there are those who in
their hearts yet say that the tree of
liberty is fast dying. We do not be believe
lieve believe their skepticism. It has surviv survived
ed survived the severest test; it has trium triumphantly
phantly triumphantly passed through a great civil
warfare, and we now enjoy more of
the blessings of liberty than any na nation
tion nation on the earth. We still hold to
the principles that "these truths are
self-evident; that all men are created
equal; that they are endowed by their
Creator with certain inalienable
rights, among these being life, liberty
and the pursuit of happiness."
There is throughout this land a
great state of social unrest. "Pro
gressive," "the interests," and "re-ac-tionary"
have become familiar terms,
but the great question, and our great
needs, is not whether men will be pro progressives
gressives progressives or re-actionaries, not wheth-
Purest Drugs and
Our Prescription De-
X partment is fully equip
ped and our service is
prompt and accurate.
The Store Accommodaniog
105 S. Main Street,
mm & co.
Fresh and Cured Meats, 'resh and
Salt Water Fish, Chickens, Eggs
and Vegetables of all Kinds
North Magnolia Street
M'lVER & MAC KAY
Undertakers and Embalmei
fine Caskets and Burial Robes
D. E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
All Work Done by Licensed! Em Em-balniers
balniers Em-balniers and Fully Guaranteed
D. E. McIVER ...104
C. V. ROBERTS 303
Undertaking Office 47
"Queen of Sea Routes''
MERCHANTS S MINERS, TRANS. CO.
Savannah, Baltimore, Philadelphia,
est service; low
tickets to and fr
Send for booklet.
L. D. JONES, C. A.
Seminole Hotel, Jackstmrille, Fla
t te AV
i ''Finest coastwise Trip in
DR. J. HARRY WAXTRRS
Office Telephone 71
Residence Telephone 1193
er men will be for or against the in interests,
terests, interests, but that the men of this coun-
itry will plant themselves firmly upon
!the ereat DrinciDles spt fnrth and tm-!
Jbodied in the declaration of independ-j
' ence, and in the constitution. If it be
necessary that we be progressives to j
j adhere to these principles, let us be
progressives; if it be necessary that
iwe De reactionaries to adhere to these
principles, let. us be reactionaries.
Let's not wander after new and
strange gods, but let us love, cherish
and forever perpetuate the same great
principles conceived and planted by.
our forefathers July the 4th, 177C.
AUTO RAX AMUCK
ion tDe streets of West Pittsburg forMrg
i"s-- u.uusu crou, nurung;a
it;tne llttle ones aside unt51 t crashed
gainst some stone steps and was
killpd. TtpIvp nthorc I
ranging in age from eight to eleven,
. Fran ic mothers attacked and tore
the clothes from Abe Yuenhng, the
driver of the car
The home of Dr. M. C. Stoneman,
almost directly at the scene of the
tragedy was turned into a temporary
hospital, where the children were
taken and their injuries dressed.
Yuenling was arrested and locked
up. He said his brakes would not
work and that he lost his nerve and
let go the steering wheel. In the car
with him were four women and
Little Blind God Unusually Frisky in
A very pretty wedding occurred at
the Methodist church on Wednesday,
June 25, when Helen Brown McMill McMill-on
on McMill-on and Robert- Marvin Hays were
united in matrimony by Rev. Geo. S.
Henderson of Micanopy, assisted by
Rev. S. F. Stephens, minister in
charge at this place.
Marriage license was issued Mon Monday
day Monday for the marriage of Mr. Xew Xew-some
some Xew-some Bevill and Miss Iona Hooten,
both of Center Hill, and we under-i
stand the ceremony took place Mon-:
day evenjng, Mr. J. S. McMullen, no-'
tary public, officiating. j
Sunday afternoon" at the county ;
judge's office Mr. George Poison of!
Tampa and Mrs. Gussie Wright of;
Webster were married by the judge,
in the presence of the bride's father, i
Mr. II. W. Mills, and her brother.'
Tillie Mills. The happy couple left
on the afternoon train for their
home at Tampa.
Wednesday afternoon at the court
bouse in the presence of a few
friends who had come with thenM
from Webster, Mr. Robert O'Neal
and Mrs. Carrie Jones. were united in
y marriage by Rev. G. A. Bryant.
RID YOUR CHILDREN OF WORMS
You can change fretful, ill-tempered
children into healthy, happy
youngsters, by ridding them of
worms. Tossing rolling, grinding of
teeth, crying out while asleep, accom accompanied
panied accompanied with intense thirst, pains in
the stomach and bowels, feverish feverish-ness
ness feverish-ness and bad breath, are symptoms
that indicate worms. Kickapoo Worm
Killer, a pleasant candy lozenge, ex expels
pels expels the worms, regulates the bowels,
restores your children to health and
happiness. Mrs. J. A. Brisbin, of El
gin, 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 &
HELPING OUT HYMEN
Chicago Packing House Plant Will
Aid and Abet Cupid
Chicago, 111., July 5. Officials of
one of the largest packing plants at
the stock yards will -not frown in the
future when the experienced stenog stenographer
rapher stenographer announces her resignation and
intention to marry. Instead they will
write a check for $25 to be presented
the day after the wedding.
This company has announced that
it will make a donation of 50 to all
heads of departments who marry and
$25 to all other employes, both men
THE KING OF ALL LAXATIVES
For constipation, headaches, indi
gestion and dyspepsia, use Dr. King's
New Life Pills. Paul Mathulka, of
Buffalo, N. Y., says they are the
"king of all laxatives. They are a
blessing to all my family and I al
ways keep a box at home." Get a
box and get well. Price 23c. Rec
ommended by Tydings & Co. Adv
OPEN DAY AND THGnT
Merchant's Cafe, A- C. L. depot
corner. Meals a. la carte and lunches
at any hour.- AdvV .
of July Cele
bration at Wei ratal e and
Among the many celebrations held
in this county on the 4th none were
more patriotic or enthusiastic than
those held at the places named on
South Lake Weir. At Weirsdale the
ceremonies consisted in raising and
saluting a magnificent American flag,
presented through the W. C. T. U. of
that place to their public school, and
donated by one of their members who
is now visitinsr in Massachusetts
I Airs. Martha fJ Fintoc
As the flag on, ar'rVed a of
two since tnere had been nQ t
prepare a suitable pole so a tempor-
one wag nrov!ded and the chiId.
' ren DrGsellt a1 of who r T
L.s k Amerca and pnrh ,n tnrn
by repeating a patriotic
i The gathering then adjourned to a
t beautiful ErrrVf on tho honte nt fha
ake at gtant where their nembers
were augmented to nearly one hun.
,dred gome comi from the adjoin.
ing country from paces we dQwn
towards Leesburg. Of course the first
:business in order wag tne
tion for dinner and next order Qf
fcusiness was disposing of same Xow
this scribe nas attended a number of
' picnic dinners in tbJs CQ flt each
and alI of wnicn there had been a
bountiful supply of good things botn
an-ldigestible and otherwise but the din.
;ner prepared by the ladies of Weirs-
jdale, Stanton and vicinity not only
consisted of samples of about every everything
thing everything that can be produced in Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, but was gotten up with a taste
Goes With Every Package
of Pratt's Preparations :
Pratt Food Company
We guarantee all our preparations to do exactly what we claim
If they fail to satisfy you we authorize our dealer to pfomtly
refund your money.
J. S. KELLER, President.
IN USE 38 YEARS
GET THE BEST AND GET RESULTS
Below is a list of some of Pratt's Remedies which we carry In
Pratts Poultry Regulator 25 and 50c
pratts Baby Chick Feed
i'atts uoup cure
ffratts Powdered Lice Killer 25c
Pratts WThite Diarrhoea Remedy. ..25
Pratts Disinfectant, Gallon Tins ; $1.00
Pratts Head Lice Ointment. 25c
Pratts Sore Head Chicken PoxRemedy -.25c
Pratts Animal Rerulator 25 and 50c
Pratts Colic Cure 50c
Pratts Cow Tonic , 50c
Pratts Hog Cholera Specific. 50c
Pratts Fly Chaser 35C
R. C. MUNCASTER
BURGLARY, EMPLOYEES LIABILITY
Ocala House Block
WHITE STAR LINE,
TRAXSFEH AND FI HEPltOOF STORAGE
COLLIER BROS., Proprietors.
Teams for Light
and Heavy Hauling.
and skill that would have done
credit to a. ten thousand dollar chef
of a Washington hotel.
The oration after dinner was deliv delivered
ered delivered by Rev.-J. A. Logan, pastor of
Weirsdale Presbyterian church, his
theme being Christian citizenship
and piety in politics. The reverend
gentleman is a forceful speaker, and
in his flights of patriotic eloquence
he stirred the hearts of all his hear hearers.
ers. hearers. He closed his address by re repeating
peating repeating a beautiful poem written by
Rev. W. J. Hart, who was a. college
mate of the speaker.
Following the oration Mrs. F. W.
I'ernn recitea uia Glory." Thfs-ii v
is an artist and "ner elocution was a ;
treat to listen to. II. C. Packhara
gave the history of the Stars and
Stripes and Mrs. Henry Rast read a
poem, "Is the Young Man Safe."
- Shepard's address In Congress on
the Shepard-Kenyon bill was read by
Mrs. J. F. Sigmon. This lady, had
charge of the ceremonies", she being
the superintendent of Christian Citi Citizenship
zenship Citizenship in the Weirsdale union.
It was a delightful day for every
one. The young men mustered up
two nines for a ball game, the llttle
folks gathered around a cloth spread
on the grass -and each- with both
hands on a chicken bone, or taking
alternate bites from a piece of pie in
one. hand and cake In the other had a
happy time, w'hlle the babies were
put to sleep and lay dreaming In the
shade of a big oak or were tucked'
away under the' buggy or wagon. The
ladies of the W C. T. U. presented
everybody- with a small American
flag and the "bow of white .ribbon."
They also distributed blotters on
which was printed one of Franklin's
maxims: "A pennyworth of bread
eaten with water gives more strength
thana quart of beer."
During my absence. Dr. Harry J.
Walters will be In charge of my prac practice.
tice. practice. Dr. E. G. Lindner.
io, 25 and 50c
25 and irO
H e Sell
Superior fo Piaster
or Ceiling in
Qaalily or Price.
OGALA EVENING STAR
BlttlBger A Carroll, Proprietors
a. R. Carroll, General Manarrr
rorx LCMensoodf DlneM Hiaaser
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
entered In the postoffice at Ocala,
la., as second class matter.
The concensus of opinion is that
Ocala had the most successful fourth
of Us history Friday. For a wonder,
the weather was clear all day, and
the occasion was as devoid of un unpleasant
pleasant unpleasant events as the sky was of
storms. It is true that late In the
afternoon a big, black cloud hovered
around awhile, but really helped in
shutting off for awhile the too fervid
rays of the sun.
rTbcn was a very large crowd In
town, and It was a crowd of good
quality. The square was not so pack packed
ed packed as on former- occasions, but a
much larger proportion of the crowd
was white, and a great number of
autos and carriages bespoke the
prosperity of the visitors and the far far-reaching
reaching far-reaching interest in' the event. Many
people came from outside the coun
ty; beside the big delegation from
Gainesville, there were numerous
cars from Citrus and Sumter coun
ties, and some from Lake, tho that
county had quite a celebration of Its
The auto parade was excellent in
quality, but somewhat abbreviated
In quantity. There were too many
people each one of whom thought
the absence of their cars would not
be missed. There should have been
afleast a hundred cars in the line,
and it 'would have been a splendid
advertisement for the city. Howev
er, the parade, what there was of it,
At 11:30, Judge Wm. M. Gober
spoke from the bandstand, welcoming
the people to the city. The Judge Is
an excellent speaker, and his address,
tho briel, was all that could be de desired.
sired. desired. The judge's address will be found
on the first page.
Congressman Clark, the orator of
the day, then addressed the gather gathering.
ing. gathering. Ills address has already been
published in both Ocala papers. The
congressman was, as always eloquent,
but his voice was hoarse and strain strained,
ed, strained, and as the hot sun kept all but a
comparative few at a distance from
the bandstand, If it wasn't;?6r the
assistance of the typjSnot many
would have had the pleasure of
The day's program was mostly
carried out, some things as usual be being
ing being omitted and some other things
The greatest fun caused by any
event all day was probably' that of
the water fight, under Fire Chief
Chambers' direction.- A barrel was
swung In the middle of a long, strong
wire, on the east side of the court courthouse
house courthouse square, and two opposing
teams of two men each, each equip equipped
ped equipped with fire hose coupled to hy hydrants,
drants, hydrants, tried to see which could drive
the barrel back to the other side. The
fight was won by the two fire boys,
Ceil McLeod and Tom Bryant, who
divided the prize, $25 In gold, be between
tween between them. They not only drove
the barrel back on their opponents,
but made them drop their hose, the
water from which drenched scores of
people before It could be cut off.
It was a record-breaking fourth
July crowd in good behavior.
. There'Tra3 Very little disorder and
but few, arrests. : Intoxicated men
were scarce, and the very few who
were in evidence kept quiet.
The members, of the 4th of July
committee worked steadily and faith faithfully
fully faithfully and kept things moving with without
out without a hitch. There was nothing Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Rooney couldn't take a hand
at; he nailed up more bunting for
the decorations than any one else,
and from that little job to making a
speech, he was johnny on the spot.
Rooney puts heart and soul into ev everything
erything everything he tries to do, and if he
loses out he only smiles and goes at
the next thing. Marshal Ditto per performed
formed performed his duties in his usual quiet-
- ly efficient manner; you might not
know Frank was anywhere around
unless something began to go wrong;
then he would be there in an instant
to make it go right. Chief of Police
Brigance was happier than for many
a day; the ex-cavalryman was at
home in the saddle, and the only
thing he missed was the tapping of a
scabbard against his left heel.
The stores did a pretty good busi-
" ness; the people were in town mostly
for fun, but they were good spend spenders,
ers, spenders, 'and had more money than in
ome years; so all in all, in business
. anOy pleasure, Ocala's fourth was all
to the', good.
" Man colored people from all
over the county were in town, but
they showed a greater disposition
than ever to keep to their own
crowd and their own amusements. A
- great many visited the big, fine build
ing of the Metropolitan Co. on South
Magnolia street, and showed the
greatest interest in that praiseworthy
In the game between the colored
baseball teams of Ocala and Dunnel Dunnel-lon
lon Dunnel-lon at the fair grounds, the score was
15 to 4 In favor of Dunnellon.
The balloon ascension was a fea feature
ture feature that attracted great and wide widespread
spread widespread attention. The aeronaut, Mr.
Harold Jordan, of the Owen Co. of
Jacksonville, inflated his balloon in
a corner of the ball park. All his ap apparatus
paratus apparatus was new, and In use for the
irst time, so his ascension was delay
ed for about tw5 hdur3. But whh
he did go up, he made a pretty rise
and his daring double drop in the
parachutes brought some people's
hearts into their mouths. His ascent
and drop were witnessed by thou thousands
sands thousands who were watching from all
over 'the city for miles around. He
came down in a treetop in the south southwestern
western southwestern part of town and had a few
scratches, but was otherwise unhurt.
The following prizes were given:
Best Farmer's Display 1st prize,
Ocala Heights Dairy, $15; 2nd prize,
Ivy Poultry Farn?. $7.50; 3rd prize,
W. M. McDonald, $5.
Best Decorated Automobile 1st
prize, Anderson Pharmacy, $10; 2nd
prize, E. L. Howell, $5.
Best Civic Display 1st prize,
Collier. Bros., $15; 2nd prize, Mar
ion Canning Club, $7.50.
Bicycle Race, White Robert
Mock, first, $5; West Keffe, second,
Foot Race, White Sam Crown
first, $3; West Keffe', second, $2;
Motorcycle Race L. W. Yonge
first, $15; A. S. Clark second, $7.50.
Foot Race, Colored George Jack Jackson
son Jackson first, $3; A. Right second, $2.
Bicycle Race, Colored Joe Jack Jackson
son Jackson first, $5; E. Lorence second, $3.
THE PRIZE AUTO
There were quite a few prettily
decorated cars in the Fourth of July
auto parade m yesterday, and many
were worthy of special note. The
winner of the $10 cash prize, that of
the Anderson Pharmacy, was certain
ly a sight to behold. It was decorat decorated
ed decorated over -all with bunting and flags.
In front of the dashboard there was
a large doll dressed to represent the
Statue of Liberty, driving with vari varicolored
colored varicolored ribbon reins a large bronze
American eagle perched on a shield
bearing "U. S." Over the rear seat
was suspended from an arch a pretty
tissue paper 'liberty bell." The oc
cupants of the car were Mr. and Mrs.
H. E. Roseberry, Mr. and Mrs. Will Will-lam
lam Will-lam Calhoun and son, William Jr.,
and Misses Kate Calhoun and Mary
Carter Riddle. It was a beauty and
Mr. Roseberry may well feel proud
of having won the prize, as there
were other specially attractive cars
in the parade.
A BEAUTIFUL CEREMONY
The regular army paid tribute Fri Friday
day Friday to the thousands who sleep under
the hills of Gettysburg. Somewhere
down In the heart of the tented city
a bugle sang out in silver sweet call,
that wandered over the field where
Lee and Meade made history. The
big flag over the headquarters of Gen.
Liggett, flashing in sudden curves of
red, white and blue, glorious in the
sunshine of a perfect July day, came
slowly half way down the shaft. In
front of the tent, shoulders squared,
figure trim in summer uniform of
white, face toward the flag, the gen
eral clicked heels together and stood
Somewhere the guns of the Third
Battery burst out in staccato salute.
Every officer over the length and
breadth of the wide field, every en-
listen man, turned away from the
duties of the moment and faced the
flag, heels together, heads up and
eyes alight with the sentiment of the
As the last gun sent the echoes
clattering about Cemetery Ridge and
Round Top, there was solemn silence,
the hash,. of peace. Old veterans
who did not realize, perhaps, exact exactly
ly exactly what was going on, stood silent
under the spell of the universal feel
ing that seemed to sweep the field.
Even the clatter of pots and pans in
the mess tents was hushed, and the
yells of cooks about to dish .up the
midday meal lowered to whispers.
For five1 minutes the camp was
quiet. Then the bugle spoke again
in notes more joyous. The silken flag
leaped up the staff to its very pinna pinnacle
cle pinnacle and the noises that 40,000 men
can make resumed their sway the
regular army's tribute to dead and to
the flag of a reunited nation was
Generally fair tonight and Sunday.
It is impossible to EXPLAIN the
merits of the "Modart" corset, but
one made to order will give comfort,
grace, ease and style. A $3.50 model
is now out. Mrs. B. M. Hunt, phone
11 Pounds of IM
il Sndar for tM
with every purchase of $1.00
worth of other groceries
for cash on
Only one package of sugar
to a customer at this
rate on sale
Next to Ocala National Bank
PHONE. 43 4
OCALA AMR IXTO
II Eli OWN AGAIN
Defeated the Jacksonville-Gainesville
Combination in a Hard-Fought,
Before the largest crowd that ever
witnessed a ball game at Magnolia
Park, Ocala defeated Gainesville
Friday by a score of 7 to 6. It was
the big Fourth and Ocala celebrated
by defeating her old opponent,
Gainesville, with a large part of
Jacksonville thrown in. The day was
clear but hot. Fans were given to
everybody and the cool shade of the
evening wa3 welcome. Quite a num
ber of people went out to see the bal
loon off up but most of them stayed
until the end of the game.
. Gainesville took the -lead in the.cf office work had detracted mighty
first inning and kept it until the last!
few innings. Mack, the first man up, j
went out, Galloway to first. Purcell
walked. Sylvester hit one too hot
for the pitcher to handle, and Pur Purcell
cell Purcell and Sylvester scored on a passed
ball. Pearce struck out. Taylor hit
to short and tried to steal second,
but was flagged.
In the fourth, Ocala tied up the
score. Fleckenstein was safe on a
close play at first, and stole second.
Harris was safe on a grounder to
second. Chazal drove a long fly to
center which was caught, Flecken Fleckenstein
stein Fleckenstein scoring before the fielder could
return the ball.. The catcher missed
the ball and Harris scored. Gallo-
way walked but Brown hit into a
double play and the side was retired,
Again in the seventh Gainesville'
took the lead. Taylor struck out
but Brown missed the ball and Tay Taylor
lor Taylor went to second. Crown hit to
left field and Taylor scered when
Brown threw wild to third. Swan Swan-son
son Swan-son hit to Galloway who threw in
home. Crown scored when Brown
threw wide to third. Swanson went
to third. Graham hit to short and
Swanson scored. White struck out.
Mack doubled to right. Purcell hit
to second, scoring Graham. Mack
was out at home. Sylvester hit past
second but Pearce was out, Galloway
In the last half of the seventh,
Ocala scored two runs. Chazal hit a
ball between second's legs and Gal Galloway
loway Galloway bunted and was safe at first.
Brown bunted out to pitcher. Izlar
hit a grounder to left field, scoring
Chazal and Galloway. Davis flew
out to center and Bullock struck out.
The eighth was blank of scoring
and also Gainesville's half of the
ninth, but not so with the Ocala
boys. They had a game to win and
they tied the score in this inning.
Chazal hit safe to center and stole
second; Galloway sacrified Chazal to
third. Brown bunted and was safe
at first, but Chazal was out at the
plate. Brown stole second and third
and scored on Izlar's hit to left. The
pitcher made a balk and Izlar went
to second. Davis hit safely to first,
scoring Izlar. Bullock hit safely
over third. Batts, who took Dewey's
place, was out, second to fiftt.
In Gainesville's half of the tenth,
Taylor was the -only man to reach
first, and he was hit by the ball.
The Ocala boys put over the winning
run in their half after a long spell of
excitement and much shouting.
Fleckenstein bunted and was safe at
first, Harris hit safe to third and
Chazal sacrificed, Fleckenstein going
to third. Galloway tried to bunt,
but hit a fly to pitcher. Brown was
at the bat when the catcher missed a
high one and Fleckenstein scored,
and the game broke up.
The total score was as follows:
Oainesville 200000400 0-6
Ocala .. ..0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 2 1-7
The line-ups were as follows:
Ocala Fleckenstein, rf and 2b;
Harris, If; Chazal, cf; Galloway, p;
Brown, c and rf; Izlar, ss; Davis, 2b
and c; Bullock, lb; Dewey, 3b;
Gainesville Mack, ss; Purcell, 3b;
Sylvester, lb; Pearce, c; Taylor, cf;
Crown, If; Swanson, rf; Graham, 2b;
Messrs. J. J. Gerig of Ocala and
Harry Hutchinson of Gainesville um umpired
pired umpired the game.
The gate receipts were $273.40,
and we are afraid not a few took ad advantage
vantage advantage of the gaps in the fence.
Manager Hunter has the ball park in
excellent shape, and we "hope that in
the Interest of the team he will soon
be able to put a good fence around it.
If we had lost, we wouldn't have
said a word, but since we won, we
can't, help asking Gainesville what
real satisfaction it would have been
to her if her team had won the
Fourth of July game.
The pitcher, White, was a pitcher
from a Jacksonville team, the first
baseman, the short stop and third
baseman were from the Riverside
team, which is the only one that has
defeated Ocala this season; one man
was from Lawtey, we are informed
that another was from Fernandina,
and so far as we can discover, only
three members of the visitors' team
have their homes in Gainesville.
If Ocala had money enough to hire
three or four professional or semi semi-professional
professional semi-professional players, to send out in
the state to play against local teams,
it, would be a superb betting proposi proposition,
tion, proposition, but there would not be much in
it to waken home interest1 or gratify
home pride. -
.At the close of the first inning,
things looks blue for Ocala.' The
visiting team, with Its 'imported
auxiliaries, playing with the careless
confidence of veterans, took two rans
from the home boys with ease. Gal Galloway
loway Galloway and Brown were doing splen splendid
did splendid work, but some of the other
Ocalans seemed rattled and awkward.
However, they rallied gamely.and
forced the fighting with a pluck and
iU..: it. t i:. 4. TV. t
enthusiasm that was fine to see. The"
visiting pitcher had a peculiar twist
of his own, but he is not as good as
Galloway in all day's work. Brown
and Davis as catchers, are undoubt undoubtedly
edly undoubtedly superior to their opponents be behind
hind behind the bat. "Fleck" displayed all
his live-wire energy and bulldog grit.
Sturdy Ray Bullock showed he could
almost outmove an express train
sometimes and the way he went up in
the air after a high ball was good to
see. Julius Brown, with his three
crippled fingers, and Frank Harris,
going back on the field when his lips
were white with pain from his twist twisted
ed twisted ankle, showed real heroism. The
manager and all the team say they
could not have won without Carlisle
Izlar, who showed that the quiet days
little from the skill that has in other
seasons made him one of Ocala's best
players. The home team has a heavy
reinforcement in Chazal, who is good
anywhere he is put. Dewey and
Batts worked hard and faithfully on
their bases; on one occasion, Dewey
made an error and retrieved it quick quicker
er quicker than some could have made the
It was only at the earnest solicita solicitation
tion solicitation of Manager Hunter that Dr.
Carlisle Izlar took part in the game.
This young dentist, whose time is
more than occupied with his profes professional
sional professional work, had about concluded
that only as a spectator would he
again visit the baseball field, but the
j need of his home team, threatened by
a semi-professional combination, ap-
pealed too strongly to his patriotism
for him to keep out of the game. He
put three men over by his batting,
and had he not played the result
might have been very different.
Interest taken in the game was
great. There must have been 1200
people on the grounds; grandstand
and bleachers were packed; a hun hundred
dred hundred autos and half as many car carriages,
riages, carriages, all with their seats filled, cir circled
cled circled the field, while hundreds stood
It had been the intention of man manager
ager manager and members of the team to
have a banquet at' the Harrington
this evening, but as several of the
boys will have to be out of town to tonight,
night, tonight, the supper has been postponed
till all can be present.
Manager Hunter hopes to have a
game with Palatka next Thursday,
and as the team of that city is train training
ing training under professional instruction,
the contest is sure to be. most Inter Interesting.
esting. Interesting. Thursday and Friday, as well as
T- .,. ., m.M.nA
Thursday of the week before, proed
that a good ball team is a paying
property for a town. Hundreds of
people came to see the games, and all
The balloon ascension took place
during the game, but it is likely that
if the umpires hadn't called a halt
while .the bag was going up and the
aeronaut was doing his double-parachute
drop, that no one inside the
ball park would have noticed it.
The Visiting Team
Xa matter where they came from,
the visitors are all good players and
Ocala had hard work to defeat them.
They are a fine-looking set of young
men, were all on their good behavior,
and Ocala will always be glad to see
them no matter what flag they come
under, or if they come as individuals.
It was an honor to beat them, and we
would not have been disgraced if
they had won.
35 Cent Specials
In the Window.
Bring in Your
Watches and Clocks
Nexl fo Express Office.
P. L DURAND
CI 4 E. Adams St. Phone 497.
othes Pressed or
y Whei you
AT tltfc CiltnCHfcS TOMORROW
(Rev. Jas. G. Glass, Rector)
7 a. m. Holy communion.
10 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Regular service.
(Pastor, Rev. W. H. Dodge, D
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Sermon.
3 p. m. Junior Mission Society.
S p. m. No evening services, con
gregation uniting with other church
es in union service at the Baptist
church. Rev. Dr. Dodge will preach
A cordial invitation extended to
RAX THEIR LAST RACE
Two Intrepid Autoists Lost Their
Lives on the Track
Columbus, O., July 5. Harry C
Knight of Indianapolis, known as the
"Hero of the Indianapolis Speed Speedway,"
way," Speedway," was almost instantly killed
and his mechanician, Milton Michael
of Cloves, X. M., was fatally injured
here yesterday afternoon when the
front wheel of his car blew out a tire
and turned turtle on the one hundred
and. tenth lap of the two hundred
mile automobile race contested un
der the auspices of the Columbus
Automobile Association. Michael died
in the hospital last night.
PARTY GOING HOME
FROM A PICNIC
Killed on a Pennsylvania Railroad
Philadelphia, July 5. Five per persons
sons persons were killed and three injured,
one probably fatally, tonight when
the Scranton Flyer on the Pennsyl Pennsylvania
vania Pennsylvania and Reading Railroad struck a
wagon containing a picnic party at a
railroad crossing near Quakertown,
WATER NEVER DID AGREE
Louisville, July 5 Six drownings
occurred here yesterday among Inde Independence
pendence Independence Day recreation seekers on
the Ohio river.
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 nrule that will nevejr 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.
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 fails to
perfect a cure. Send for testimonials
from this arid other statos. Dr. E. W.
Hall, 2096 Olive street, St. Louis Mo.
Sold by all brugglsts. Ad
The Woman's Missionary Society
of the Methodist church has post postponed
poned postponed its meeting from Friday, July
4tb, to Saturday, July 5th.
Fresh bread every day and the
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
We still have on hand 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
Governor Mann, of Virginia, and
General Young, commander in chief
of the United Confederate jVeterans,
started a movement to have a grand
reunion of the armies of the North
and South at Richmond in April,
1915, on the fiftieth anniversary of
the evacuation of tHe capital of the
Confederacy. If this reunion is held
the men in blue will be the guests of
the men in gray. The state of Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia probably will be asked for as assistance.
sistance. assistance. DKSIKAHLE HOUSES FOH flEXT
Two large bona In central lo location,
cation, location, Koltable for reKldeve or
boarding boanea one 8-rooni and
batb, and one H roorab and bath
either bonne will accommodate t tvo
families, and we will rent to nit
tenants. Apply to D ?. Woodf-W
or Elmer DeCamp. r-2C
When you are in need of office
supplies give' us a call. Our stock
is complete. The Court Pharmacy.
Are you successful with your
cakes lately? If not try Swan's Down
Prepared Cake Flour. H. B. Masters
Company. 7-2-2t ;
Needham & Sons are fn the plumb plumbing
ing plumbing business and solicit your busi
r A. J llt tlt.. .A A. mm. mm mm, A
f reckles. Rexall cold cream insures
Get it at Gerig's
' 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
Ocala, IFla. Pitoise 118.
FLORIDA'S LARGEST AND BEST YEAH ROUND HOTEL
The Hotel you take your Mother, Wife or
. Sister to.
HOME HOTEL OF THE STATF
EUROPEAN PLAN $1.50 PER DAY AND UPWARD
i:X-0AIi.X WILL MAXAGB
THE HOTEL ALSIAXA
Bushnell, July 5. Aftr quite a
delay in making contract for an oc occupant
cupant occupant of Hotel Alsiana the owners
of the building have secured Mr.
Tompkins of Ocala to conduct the
new and modern hotel.
For Cuts, Burns and Bruises
In every home there should be a
box of Bucklin's Arnica Salve, ready
to apply in every case of burns, cuts,
wounds or scalds. J. H. Polanco,
Delvalle, Tex., R. No. 2, writes:
'Bucklin's Arnica Salve saved my
little girl's foot. No one believed it
could be cured." The world's best
salve. Only 25c.. Recommended by
Tydings & Co. Ady
Tablets and box writing papers at
less than cost, 5 and 10c. Murray &
We have just received a new ship shipment
ment shipment of pound papers in both styles
cf Alpine Flax and Tube Rose. They
are beauties. The Court Pharmacy.
WOKLirs ALMAXAC AT BALLARD'S
New 1913 World's Almanac, just
received; 35 cents at Ballard's News
"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
Mrs. R. H. Kinkaid and pretty lit little
tle little daughter, Mildred,, were passeng passengers
ers passengers to Ocala yesterday, having gone
there for a couple of days visit with
Mrs. Kinkaid's brother, Bert New Newborn.
born. Newborn. Gainesville Sun.
Mrs. W. T. Bruton and, little son,
Marvin, went to Ocala yesterday to
spend a few. days with relatives.
Buttermilk at Gerig's Drugstore, tf
CARPENTER AND BUE1 DER
Careful Estimates Made on All Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
Since it is a necessity, most
desirable, and will last a lifetime,
isn't it thoughtless not to get it now instead
of later? The durability of Standard"
modern bathroom fixtures make the question
of length of service merely a matter of
whether we are permitted to install the
equipment now or later.
Phone 280 7-s-std
lnitlVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TJSAINS AT OCALA
The following schedule Is not paid
for, bnt Is printed for the Information
of the public. Tle railroads are re requested
quested requested to send In correction when when-over
over when-over necessary.
SEABOARD AIR LINE
2 2:25 a.m.
10 (Limited).. 4:20 p m.
The limited leaves Jacksonville at
11:30 a. m. and arrives In Tampa at 6
p. m. It leaves Tampa-at 1 p. m. and
arrives In Jacksonville at 7:30 p. m. Jt
stops only at Turkey Creek, Plant 'Cty,
Dade City, W'l?wood, Ocala. Starke
ATLANTIC COAST LINK
Sonlbttound Jax. and St. Petersburg
No. 9 10:35 p.m. 10:46 p.m.
No. 39 2:40 p.m. 2:42 p.m.
Southbound -Oeala and Lakeland
No. 35 (Sunnyjim) .....6:40 a,m.
Xortfchound -Jax. and St. Petersburg
No. 10 .- 5:19 a.m 5:20 a,m.
No. 40 12:54 p.m. 1:14 p.m.
Nortbbonnd Lakeland and Oral a
No. 32 (Sunnyjim).... Arrive 8:50 p.m.
Ocala and llomowanaa
Leave No. 49 8:20 a.m.
Leave No. 4? 2:25 p.m.
Arrive No. a ., .J2:50 p.xn.
Arrive No. 4ft ,..,'.. 6:00 p.rt.
Lv. for Palatka.. 7:30 a.m. i:25 p.m.
Sunday trains .... 8:00 a.m. 1:25 p.m.
Ar. from Palatka. 10:40 a.rc S:10 p.m.
An elegant line ot awyers manu manuscript
script manuscript covers. In any color that could
be desired, just received at the Star
Dysentery is always serious and
ofte na dangerous disease, but it can
bo cured. Chamberlain's Colic,
CholeraaHCl Diarrrae. Ttemedy has
cured it osfn when maligiit and
epidemic, ntf" sale by all dealerV ad
July Victor f-jfrriT" f"f 1?
unusually Hub. Hear thX
V NOTICE '
Of FIr Settlement and 11
slried will present ray acci
?J f MaHon county. Florida, at bis
St.Tie 'J1., cala. and will make my
nnal settlement and will apply for dis discharge,
charge, discharge, This 3rd day of January. A. D. 1S13-
as Administrator of the Estate of A.
OCALA EVENIXQ SlR, SATURDAY, JtjLY 5t 1913
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 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.
DO YOUR BANKING WiTH US
Wc Pay 4 per cent hitemf- on Savings Accounts
TATS AND INSU5ANC!
Agent for a dozen of the best
country. Thoroughly competent to
Will he Pleased to Care for your
F. W. DITTO
Call up Phone $00 and Lei
AND ELECTRICAL WORK
We Gaaraafcf !o Save You Mcney oa Any Work hi Our Lines
n we employ nuae but expert we are In ioftln to pruarantee ev every
ery every ;leee f work ve eoawtru! to tltui the Inspection of the nios
rljjcltl lunT',t",'- It-rout notbtuu; to net o..-r fiKire. and you nre Ibr
irlunrr, whetber we secure tbe eontrart or tiot. Hive us a trial.
M. W TUKE
FOItT KISO BLOCK
that we are making in our
will surely interest you.
type cannot do justice to
extraordinary offerings. Buy
ing 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
mentofths world s
ware, novel novelties,
ties, novelties, etc.
I i l l !H in
. : . t 1 i '
m-ti'-, J nave
m ii I
m 1 1 t ; 1
il'l''1, 'il'i'ljn! tbe-ninut senses at priea to .,
SnjfM'M; 'suit the thinnest pceKetbook.You" ? fc
!! vi:l find
wmmm i i.
fwf money in the
' It s w
Town property," improved and un unimproved,
improved, unimproved, for sale. Real profit-
Small Farms, Timber Tracts, Or Orange
ange Orange Grove3 or almost anything you
wish, on terms to suit.
We have houses for rent or will
take charge of property and collect
the rent, .keep up repairs and pay
::Fire insurance companies in the
care for your insurance business.
Business in Any of These Lines,
KMUJi Wii fr.-i fW PC-mi -jOhsm
us Gik an Estta12ie.cn Your
For your sweetheart' mar
ried cr otherwise a diamond
solitaire is eminently proper.
V 1 a
iteming cuv;r xs axi cuKiHiC"
sent or birthday ring. Surprise Father,
OCAL.A, FLORID I J
Cold jjii it iXSystn 1!
the- w ii ihTnlH ac- I
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 i 1 ; 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 !i
m T 1 m ii.-. Mill I
r .fix1 J fV: 1 n -J f- i II
A WMm W ling gem set ring
M I! m ;Vth! h W reduction here's I
Husband or Brother with n n'ce rif W?
a sri'naic asiCiir-3rnirrEHiB ia wp-ij-
nn;sto !utt everyore t ."?.-1 -ryr c
men and woir.ta and little folks. Catl TV?! X
In n,iuwhi!p th stock i cocnclctff. CoM- "iSi v
' I?' ? ir-.F
.ff '. "pt
W. McClane's Residence, No. 407.
W kl Southwest Corner Public Square.
Undertaker Smith, phones 10 & 94.
K. of P. meet Monday night.
Elks meet Tuesday evening.
Odd Fellows meet Tuesday night.
P. U. of A. meet Thursday night.
Woodmen meet Friday night.
Buttermilk at Gerig's Drugstore, tf
A lot of toys at less than cost to
make at Murray & Company. It
Mirrors 5c. to $1.50, formerly 25c.
to ? 5, at Murray & Company. It
Mr. and Mrs, Tom Wishart from
Martin were in the city today.
Jell-o, the summer desert. H. B.
Masters Co. 7-2-3t
Buttermilk at Gerig's Drugstore, tf
Kig Bill Anderson Temple
night. Adv. 7-5-lt
Menfolks, ask to see the OLUS at
Rivers' Habadashery. 7-3-4 1
Mr. Montholon Atkinson and Mr.
Wm. Dehon are in the city today
II. B. Masters Co's. shoe depart department,
ment, department, the place where they fit your
feet. 6-3 0-1 m
Mrs. A. W. Martin and daughter of
Hawthorne were at the Harrington
DR. W. K. luNE Specialist, Eye
Var, Nose and Throat. Office Law
Library Building, Ocala. Adv.
Dr. W. V. Newsom returned Thurs Thursday
day Thursday night from a week's visit to
Try our ice cold buttermilk. Re Received
ceived Received daily from the Ocala Heights
Dairy. Gerig's Drugstore. 6-17-tf
L. Payne, the veteran, dem dem-Fairfield,
Fairfield, dem-Fairfield, was in the city
Prof. J. H. Workman came over
from Gainesville to see the ball gamo
and spend the week end with friends.
Another fresh supply of Ferris
meats just arrived. H. B. Masters
. R. E. jVan Ness and family of Her Hernando
nando Hernando were at "the Harrington yes yesterday.
Ask to see the new Ansco folding
pocket camera. Its new and nifty.
The Court Pharmacy. 7-3-6t
Mr, Hugh McCredie is home from
Archer for a visit to his relatives in
Freddie Wellhoner, Jr., of the Gra Gra-hamvllle
hamvllle Gra-hamvllle section, is in the city for a
week-end visit to relatives.
Vacuum coffee, Richelieu's best,
our best, the best. H. B. Masters
The Methodist sewing circle will
meet with Mrs. Geo. W. Martin Mon Mon-day
day Mon-day afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.
"Worth smacking your lips over."
Its the famous Norris candies. The
Court Pharmacy. 7-3-6t
Pan-cake flour, we have it. Have
some with our Richelieu maple
syrup,- Hr TCrastersCkjNHjO 3 $
Dr. Paul Gates left today for Macon
where h will practice dentistry in
the office of a lealing dentist of that
Bill Anderson Temple to--Adv.
Rev. Jas. G. Glass returned this
afternoon from Sewanee where he
has been in attendance on the Uni
versity of the South.
Complete line of photo supplies
cards, films, etc. Ours is the noted
Ansco line. Once used, always used
The Court Pharmacy. 7-3-6t
Murray & Company are still sell
ing china, glassware, h.rio-abrac,
writing paper, etc., at bankrupt
The county judge-this morning is issued
sued issued a marriage license to Mr. 3,. 51
Smith and Miss Blanche Jordan.
This young cquple is from Tampa,
and will be married at the home of
the bride at Silver Springs this even
Big Bill ABdeem Temple
Mr. J. H. Dunn, the veterinarian;
has been quite busy this week. Up
to noon yesterday h bad dressed the
molars pfflfty-four horses besides
atteadi!isj4oru1mbirof calls for his
services out of town.
Every rn,etabr of Ocala Lodge
Kaights of Pythias who possibly can
should attend the meeting at Castle
Hall next Monday evening. Many
will have an opportunity of seeing
degree work which it may never be
their privilege of witnessing again.
There are ships without rudders
and ships without sails, but the nob nobbiest
biest nobbiest thing you've seen lately Js the
shirts without tails at : Rivers! IIab
erdashery. 7-3-4 1
OCALA KNiGitTS OF PYTHIAS
Will Enjoy Big Treat Monday Night.
Neighboring Lodges Will
The members of the Ocala lodge
of Knights of Pythias are contemplat contemplating
ing contemplating a most enjoyable time next Mon Monday
day Monday evening at Castle Hall. A dis district
trict district convention of the neighboring
lodge has been called to meet with
the Ocala lodge on this occasion. The
ritualistic degree work will be pre presented
sented presented by several visitors who thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly understand its workings. The
southern representative oT the fra fraternal
ternal fraternal insurance department of the
order will be present. There will be
represented at the meeting at least
a dozen nearby lodges. A chicken
pillau and other good things to eat
will be served after the session, and
it is especially desired that the local
lodge be well represented.
BAPTIST ORPHANAGE BOX
As is their custom the Baptist con congregation
gregation congregation will send the annual July
orphanage offering to Arcadia. Mon Money
ey Money and groceries are badly needed at
present. Each member of the church
is requested to give something and
send same to Mrs. Van Hood's,
where the hox will be packed on Mon Monday
day Monday afternoon, July 7th, at 4 o'clock.
CONCERT UNDER AUSPICES
OF THE WOMAN'S CLUB
At Temple Theater Tuesday Evening,
July 15, Mr. Edwin Swain,
"A baritone voice of broad calibre
and wide range has enabled Mr.
Swain to master an unusually extens extensive
ive extensive repertoire. His programs are
varied, including all styles of songs
hence he la equally at home in song
recital and operatic work. By his
wonderful artistry the ability to
bring out the subtleties of word, ex expression
pression expression and style, Mr. Swain carries
his audience to great enthusiasm
and himself into popular favor. Mr.
Swain is well known throughout the
west but his reception since locating
in New York has become most grati gratifying.
fying. gratifying. He holds the position of first
tenor in the LaFayette street church,
Brooklyn, N1. Y the largest church in
The program for his concert in
Ocala will be published later." He
brings his own accompaniest.
EASTERN STAII MEETING
of Ocala! chapter
No. 29, O. E
S., was held inYonge's
hall Friday. Julv 4.
Mr. J. J. Giles received the degrees
Of the order at this meeting
After close of ehapter delicious
cake and ice cream was served by
the ladles of the chapter. The table
was especially pretty and the hall
was decorated for tho Fourth, this
being the work of Mrs. A. E. Bur
nett and Mrs. H. A. Kramer.
Ocala Chapter will enjoy this eve
ning at the Temple theater guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Brown, 8 o'clock.
Last night the Temple had the
argest crowd of its history since the
opening nignt. mere was not stand-
ng room upstairs or down." Mr. C.
Green knows how to please the pub
ic with the best pictures and cour
teous treatment. Extra electric fans
were put up in the balcony last
night for the comfort of the audience.
The three-reel detective feature was
very exciting and fully came up to ex
Lost, Found, Wanted, For Sals
For Rent and Similar Local Needs
FOR RENT OfSces in Holder
building. Apply to Davis & Martin.
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 Cam. 5-31-tf
WANTED Three 1 milkers who
can milk with dry hands. 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
ing same to the star omce. 7-z-Gt
RAGS WANTED Anyone havjig
on hand well laundered cotton rags
can dispose of them by applying at
the Star office 7-4-tf
LOST A bunch of beys, two desk
Keys and three Yale Keys; some
where between the Ocala Plumbing
& Electric Company's office and the
poatofflce. Finder please leave same!
at the Star office. 7-l-6t
WANTED POSITION By a thor thor-Wy
Wy thor-Wy experienced dry goods, shoe
and clothing man, 32 years old, 12
years of steady employment. Ad Address
dress Address box 46? Ocala, Fla. 7-5-3t
SUIT CAs5LOST Lost night of
July 4th fromw automobile between
my residence opt of town by way of
J. R. MoorheadSg and' J. J. Gerig's
and on the hard rd to my place at
North Lake Weir, aX&uit case with
my initials D. W. D. on one end and
lady's dress and gentleman's laundry
inside. Finder will be! rewarded by
returning to me or to fetar. office. D,
W. Davis, 7-HI
LI SOIL ns
If you have any Items for thi de
partment, call Phone 10f.
-Mrs. D. E. Mclver, Miss Betty
Wray Mclver and little Frances Mc
Iver, who came up for the fourth, re
turned to the lake this afternoon.
Mrs. C. T. Hodges and children
and Mrs. Hodges sister, Miss Law
rence left last night for Salisbury, N.
C, having been detained ten days on
account of a severe siege of measles.
Miss Bessie MacKay spent Friday
in the city with her father and broth
ers, returning to Lake Weir after
the ball game Friday afternoon.
Mrs. D. W. Davis and family have
returned to their home at the lake,
after spending the fourth in Ocala.
Mr. J. C. Pillans and family were
visitors to the city on the fourth.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Medlin and Mrs.
J. M. Dell motored over from Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville for the fourth.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Denham and
children, Mr. and Mrs. Addison Pound
and Mrs. Turner Pound were a jolly
party motoring over from Gainesville
vesterday for the day.
Mr. and Mrs. .E. M. Howard expect
to leave on Monday, for Champagne,
111., to visit Dr. Howard and family
for several weeks.
Mrs. Annie Holder and Miss Alice
Bullock spent thelourth in Inverness,
going there on "business matters.
Mrs. Watterson Tucker will go
next week to Roanoke, Ya.f to visit
relatives for the balance of the sum
Mr. Charlie Cleveland of Atlanta
is in the city for a short visit with
his parents and friends.
Mrs. J. J. McCranie and family
have returned from a pleasant visit
with friends -In Waldo. Z:
One of the most delightful out of
town picnics on the fourth was theUDy Berry-
one Mr. and M Geo
Master HardyXSroom, Mrs. Blitch's
little son, aLakg Weir. They went
down early In the-morning and spent
the day. They carried a big lunch
and waded and bathed to their hearts
delight. In the party were Ted
Drake, Harris Powers, Wilfred Har-
rell, Frances Pasteur, Mildred BuK
lock and Frances Clark.
The organization of the Cotillion
Club for 1913-14 will be of pleasant
nterest to society, as this club will
aaa more to tne social lire or our
city next winter than almost any
other organization. Mr. C. H. Lloyd
is president. Dr. Carlisle Izlar vice
president and Mr. J. D. McDonald
secretary and treasurer. The gov-
ermng board consists or Messrs. E
E. Robinson, Whitfield Palmer, E. F.
uoney ana reter .viacKintosn. witnin
thirty days these gentlemen will call
meeting to elect members of tbe
Mr. R.. S. Hall arrived in the city
,COccxua, uuu, aiieviii, u
T.nn4-Hi n r a i T 1 I
has been with his family. He reports
the Ocala colony as having a delight
ful season in that most popular of
Mrs. Donald. Fraser of Ocala is
visiting Miss Lucy Gardner, at her
home on River street. Times-Union.
Mrs, Herbert L. Anderson and
daughter, Miss Frances Anderson,
will leave Saturday for Indiana for
an extended visit. Times-Union.
Mrs. James B. Cason of Wildwoad;
is the guest of Mrs. B. F. Borden for
a few days.
The Eastern Star sewing circle
will be entertained by Mrs. H. A.
Wesson on Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Berry of Web
ster spent the Fourth in this city
with their daughter-in-law, Mrs.
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 23 cts.
Tbere is none better than
TIE 00ALA HATIOFJA
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.
! The Original. Cost-
1 01 DUiMing w rat m
Is but a little more than with lumber,
BUT If you use GOOD Brick like J ELK'S Macon Brick, the
saving in painting, in repairs and INSURANCE will more than
make up the difference in the first year.
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 MINIMUM COST OF MAINTENANCE OF
BUILDING IS A MATTER FOR YOUR SERIOUS
1 am the State Distributor for
BRICK, and. for LEGG'S Pressed
Wrire at my expense for prices
Mr. Berry,, who had a
J. Blitch gavelsrroKe 01 paralysis sometime ago, is
now able to walk with a stick.
Misses Susie Morris, Dorothy
Shrouse and Irma Brigance went
dojtvn to Oklawaha today for a ten
aajrs outinL. xney are stopping
I .Mrs. a. hj. .vieison ana nine son ot
Ocala are visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. E. L. Kimbrough. Cole
man item in Bushnell Times.
Mrs. B. C. Webb of Kendrick is a
guest in the city today.
Rev. and Mrs. Richard Dodge are
now at tneir nome in uape unaries,
Va.. havinc arrived there vesterdav.
spent in many of the eastern resorts.
Miss Janie Sherouse with Miss
Strickland, Miss Kinard and Messrs,
Brown Thomas. W. J. McCaulev.
Grady Kinard and Mr. Strickland
formed a jolly auto party coming
over from Reddick on the Fourth to
, t Brick City celebration.
They came over in two big touring
cars driven by Mr. J. n. KODinson
and J. M. Redding and enjoyed a pic picnic
nic picnic lunch at Silver Springs.'
Miss Ethel Kichline has been on
the sick list for the last day or so,
but is better today.
Big Bill Anderson Temple to-
Miss Ethel Hawkins of Sanford
and Mr. H. R. Luffman of Oak were
quietly married Thursday evening in
this city at the Presbyterian manse,
Dr. Dodge officiating. Mr. and Mrs.
Luffman left immediately for their
home near Oak, where Mr. Luffman
has a large farm.
ALL THE SAME IX DUTCH
"Estas vi certa tluji cl ovoj ne
havas kokido jn en ilin?" demandas
unu speclala kliento de la komizon
de la spiciston.
"Jes. sinjorino." 11 respondis," "ili
estas ovojin de anasinojn.
"Are you sure these eggs have no
chickens in them? asked a partic
ular customer of the grocer's clerk.
"Yes, mum," he replied, "them's
Mr. H. C. Tabor of Atlanta arrived
in Ocala today on his way from Ral-
elgh, N. C, to Miami on a business
trip, and will remain here a few days
to see his wife and daughter who are
visiting Mrs. Tabor's sister, Mrs. S
The ladies of the W. C. T. U. serv
ed various kinds of sandwiches
I pickles, coffee, ice cream, eta, yes
terdav at the Air Dome and met
with fair success, disposing of al
thpir wares and clearing $25. The
ladies worked hard and were untir untiring
ing untiring in their efforts to made a success
of the undertaking.
Mr. Edgar F. Coney, who Is with
the Roess Lumber Company, left this
afternoon for Brunswick, Ga., to
spend his vacation among home folks.
Buttermilk at Gerig's Drugstore, tf
Li) AO 4
the JELK'S FAMOUS MACON
and Fancy-Faced Brick.
delivered to any point In the
Offices, Salesrooms, Wharves
Trackage and Yards
Hendry & Knight Terminals
Big Bill Anderson Temple Tonight
"The Accusation of Broncho Bil-
y. Featuring Big Bill. ..
"Jones Goes Shopping. Side
"God's Way." A beautiful drama
"Seven Years Bad Luck." Another
CoIiitJarlv only 800 seats.
Hotel Breakers rJanifeLli i"!f
new hotel; has air modern conven-
ences; 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-
y of sea food dinners Thursday even
ings and Sunday noon.. 6-23-tf
This is the Well-Knovm
Our Itogular 10c Seller.
OXLY TWO PIECES TO
'Where You Will
WHY NOT NOW?
OCALA EVENING STAH, SATCRftAV, JULY 5, 1913
Eft IN THE
Mi f r Lumber,
A Romance of the
Guido von Horvath
and Dean Hoard
CoWTight, 1913. by W. G. Cfcapman io tfco L'citod
cutiea ana urtat, iintiia.
"TEVlittle island, hardly three square j
miles In size, -was in the glory of tropi-!
cal spring, and the fine -weather had
Drought back the health of Mrs. Edi-i
; The sunsets were wonderful. Po-j
! etry and love were adrift in the air. :
i Poor Duprel! It "was only a question;
of time until he would become Rosit-j
; ta's slave, only a question of time when
he would betrav his master for a sweet
1 'SLTirfl fmm tVinoo tToachorfino Una Color
ALL RIGHT TO EXHiniT
Siv and a Half Pound Ess Plant
liaised in Saniter
Mr. Charlie Culbreath exhibited at1
the Tiroes office an ess plant which
would certainly take the prize in any
fair. It weighed six and a half
; pounds and was perfect in shape and
Charlie says he has corn
Build a NEW
Napoleon came a week later and;vnica 'v5!i out rivaI anything in
thanked Rositta for her kindness to j three counties. He says he has sev sev-hi3
hi3 sev-hi3 mother during her indisposition. ; eral rows the ears each averaging
He did not talk about the discovery of
a thousand full grains. This will
the rich cirynith deposit in her pres-;raake a exhibit'at lhe 0cala
ence, but when they went out for a
jfair. Bushnell Times.
WE WANT TO BE THE BIG NOISE IN OUR BUSINESS
N THIS COMMUNITY. THE WAY WE INTEND TO DO IT
IS BY "MAKING GOOD." WE WILL GIVE YOU A FAIR
PRICE ON THE BEST LINE OF LUMBER THAT COMES
TO THIS COUNTY. WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS. AND IF
YOU BUY FROM US ONCE YOU WILL GO NOWHERE
ELSE. WE WILL SEE THAT YOU ARE SATISFIED.
Dr. Woods Hutchinson, the Famous
ICE IS YOUR HEALTH GUARDIAN. YOUR, BEST
FRIEND IN HOT WEATHER.
OUR ICE IS CHEAP ENOUGH FOR EVERYBODY"
TO HAVE PLENTY OF IT.
OCA LA ICE & RACKING CO.
HEADQUARTERS FOR WIRE FENCE.
We have just received a carload of the Famous SOUTHERN
Wire Fencing, staples and Hay wire and are in a position to
make some attractive prices on it. We are the only dealers
In this section of the country that handle this brand of fence and
have demonstrated in the past that it is absolutely the best
strongest fence on the market, and running it as we have in
competition with the many inferior grades of wire fence. We
have had some phenomenal sales on it and made many friends
and customers. Give us your orders, if the goods don't make
good we will.
KNIGHT & LANG
Red, Buff, Gray and
Large Stock, Prompt Shipment
WE SAVE YOU MONEY
The New Cirynith Deposit.
The fact "that Rositta found a
stranger in the aerodromone, instead
of Santos Duprel, was not the result
of any suspicion on Napoleon's part.
Santos had received a more important
The substance "cirynith," that won
derful, glittering element that com combined
bined combined all the qualities of glass and rub
ber, that was a thousand times
stronger than 6teel, lighter than alu aluminum
minum aluminum and absolutely indestructible,
was very scarce. The volcanic island
of Ciryne, where Napoleon had discov
ered the precious metal, was rapidly
becoming depleted of the material with
which to build aerodromones, and as
Napoleon's plans for the future were
based on cirynith, he must look for
other sources of supply. He felt con
vinced that this metal must be in
other places, and whenever he had
time he flew over countries where he
suspected its existence.
A wonderful instrument, similar to
a spectroscope, was of great assist assistance
ance assistance to him in his searches. He had
found some trace of cirynith in the
volcanic regions in Italy, but not suf sufficient
ficient sufficient for his purposes, so he went
Immediately upon Santos' return
from Ciryne with Rositta he had been
dispatched upon this search, and Na Napoleon
poleon Napoleon himself started out the next
morning. His wound was so slight
that it did not interfere with his move movements,
ments, movements, and he started early, flying
toward Italy. He went elowly along
the western coast of that boot-like pe
ninsula, searching diligently, but with without
out without results.
Santos was looking through the
Alps. The poor fellow labored under
great difficulties. His mind was not
clear enough to work on the delicate
jadkjscope. Rositta had robbed him
of his peace and he dreamed more
than he watched the changing colors
of the little instrument.
The radioecope suddenly began to
show interesting colors and recalled
him from his dreams. The tiny plate
that was framed in platinum glowed
greenly; it was like a pale emerald,
and growing more intense at every
stroke of the great bird's wings.
Santos looked around. He saw a
splendid picture: Toward the right
great forests stretched, then came a
few volcano peaks, with ancient, ruins
on top, and beyond all this spread a
long, silvef lake.
Before him was a mighty plain in
the center of which stood a tremen tremendous
dous tremendous pyramid with the top as. flat and
level as though It had been sliced off
with a knife.
The radioscope showed plainly that
this pyramidlike hill was' rich in the
precious cirynith. Santos was so ex
cited that he forgot even Rositta for
a while. The plateau and the whole
pyramid was barren of human beings,
so he descended.
It had been thousands of years since
the volcano had been active, and the
lava composition was full of the crys crystals
tals crystals that produce cirynith. Santos
gathered some in a small box and then
began to figure out his geographical
situation. He found that he was near
the town Kis-cell, County Suemeg. "I
am in Hungary," he muttered. "And
this is a richer deposit of cirynith than
the master ever expected to find."
He went up high in the air and ad adjusting
justing adjusting the electro-stylograph, with
which all the aerodromones were
equipped, he began to send out calls
In a few minutes the connection was
walk he found an opportunity to com
municate the good news to his mother, j ,..
There was but one obstacle in the j THF LATEST FASKlQH KOTE
way Of his acquiring this property.) Says: "It is a wise precaution against fvuiiig
The last Prince Of Schomburg Lithow j holes in delicate hoeiery to powder the shoes
had died. His possessions were now j hcfore putting them on." Many people sprinkle
Cprman r-rnwn lnd and Hln!nmv S lce eiohb aaiwepuc powoer, Aiien fl i-oot-ijise.
must be employed, or the Count von
JaCKSOnVlIIC, ria established and Santos told Napoleon
W. H. MARSH
Phone 108, City. Market
f laittic ioa
139.05 New York and Philadelphia,
Pa., and return. Sold daily to
September 30. Limit Oct. 31.
120.25 Monteagle and Sewanee,
Tenn., and return. July 1, 3, 10,
15, 25, 31; Aug. 4, 14. Limit
Sept. 5. Summer school.
$47.55 Chicago, 111.,
Sold daily to Sept.
$62.65 Denver Colo.
Limit Oct. 31.
$35.00 Baltimore, Md., and Wash
ington, D. C, and return. Sold
daily to Sept. 30. Limited to Oct.
fiv.zv ivnoxvuie, lenn., ana re
turn, June 22, 23, 24, 28, 29;
July 5, C, 12 and 19. Limit 15
days, from date of sale. Exten
sion to Sept. 30.
$37.05 Cincinnati, Ohio, and return
July 26, 27, 28. Limit Aug 5
Extension to Aug. 20. L. O. O. I
Los Angeles and San Francisco
Low round trip tickets.
LOW HATES TO MANY OTHER POINTS.
Slop" Overs Allowed.
For Information or reservations call on any Atlantic
ticket agent or M. R. WILLIAMS,
. J. G. KIRKLAND, Ticket Agent, Ocala, Fla.
i Division Passenger Agent, Tampa, Fla.
of his discovery.
"Walt for me, my dear boy, I am
coming." Santos saw Napoleon adjust
the mechanism to full power, then
dart forward. They spoke from time
to time, and Santos gave directions,
until he discovered in the southwest southwestern
ern southwestern sky the rapidly approaching Amer American
ican American Eagle.
They met on top of the extinct vol volcano
cano volcano that was called Suemeg, on
whose slopes the richest grape vines
Napoleon shook Santos' hand warm warmly
ly warmly and congratulated him on his dis discovery.
covery. discovery. After he had inspected the
ground 'thoroughly he could not find
word3 to express his joy, but as he
knelt there, looking up, his whole be being
ing being expressed a silent prayer of
thanksgiving toward the omnipotent
being who creates nd governs the
"We don't need to look farther, San Santos;
tos; Santos; there is sufficient cirynith under
our feet to meet the demands of the
They started homeward.
Napoleon communicated, through
his electro-stylograph, with his friend
Kalmar, to find out who owned the'
property on which the peak of Suemeg
stood. After a delay his questions
were answered. The peak, as part of
the Schomburg Lithow estates, had
fallen to the crown, as the prince bad
recently died without heirs. That was
all the information he could get, so
he decided he would call on the Hun Hungarian
garian Hungarian minister cf agriculture, who
would probably be in a position to tell
him what he wished to ascertain.
"Fate is jesting with me. I had to
find that precious metal in a foreign
country, but gold will buy It," thought
Napoleon, and returned that day to
Washington, to tell bis betrothed the
good news. "': C.''.V "-..-'"'-''.,
Santos returned" to Ciryne, where he
found the countess, with Mrs. Edison.
He did not mention the discovery of
the new cirynith deposit, as he knew
Napoleon-wanted to keep it secret" un until
til until negotiations for Its purchase were
of the property, and if he discovered
the secret of the aerodromone Napo Napoleon
leon Napoleon well knew that he would not hesi hesitate
tate hesitate to take to war in the air.
"It would be terrible," he sighed, "to
destroy all the good we have accom accomplished."
plished." accomplished." Napoleon invited the countess to re return
turn return to the capital with him and spend
a few days with Astra. She consent consented,
ed, consented, and when they were alone asked
what had become of the assassin who
had sought Astra's life. Napoleon
could give her no information except
that he was in prison.
Almost every mail brought the
countess letters from Europe, among
which was another from the Count
The cleverly worded contents of
that message conveyed the informa information
tion information that Napoleon was interested in a
piece of land belonging to the Schom Schomburg
burg Schomburg Lithow princedom. Rositta was
requested to find the reason for his
interest. As soon as she was ready
to cast the bomb that would destroy
peace the reward she might ask would
All this harmonized with her plans,
and she looked forward to the next
trip to Ciryne with Santos.
There was a reception at the Crys Crystal
tal Crystal Palace that evening for the diplo diplomatic
matic diplomatic corps of the countries repre represented
sented represented at the capital. It brought back
the days before the isolation. Uni Uniforms
forms Uniforms glittered, orders of valor and
distinction were exhibited by the Eu Europeans,
ropeans, Europeans, who seemed to hold to their
traditions; the barbaric splendor of
the Orient mingled with the simple
evening dress of the Americans, or
simplicity .characterized every Ameri American
can American citizen.
When Astra appeared she was her herself
self herself the greatest jewel.
A concert was arranged for the en
tertainment of the distinguished
The Countess Rosiny and Mr. Hale
sat near each other; he was dreamily
enjoying the wonderful mellow con
An attendant whispered: "A mes
senger wants to see your ladyship."
Quietly she withdrew from the hall.
Ambrosio Hale looked after her. He
had seen the changing expression on
her face, and shook his head doubt
fully as he watched her leave.
a man awaitea tne countess in a
small reception room; he wore the
black cassock of a Trappist monk, an
ancient order that still existed In a
few" of the European countries.
His face resembled that of the
Countess Rosiny to an extraordinary
When she saw him she uttered one
word: "Robert." He motioned for
her to step nearer, and she obeyed.
The pale padre brought from under
his robe a small parcel and unfolded
it. It contained a small locket with
a fine chain of geld. Fine miniatures
were on either side, and pressed be between
tween between was a curl of black, glossy hair,
bound with a narrow black ribbon.
One portrait was Rositta's. The oth other
er other was a little girl's.
In pantomime the monk told Rositta
that he had brought this to her at the
request of the little girl. She watched
him stupidly, seeming unable to grasp
his meaning. At last it came over
her with a rush and she grasped the
monk's arm convulsively.
"Brother, what has happened to her,
to my my daughter?"
The monk slowly raised his right
Rositta gave one shriek and fell
The monk picked his sister up and
placed her tenderly on the sofa, then
he wrapped the locket and chain in its
8,11k covering and placed it, carefully
in the bosom of her dress.
His large eyes rested somberly on
Rositta, and a sigh escaped his lips.
He crossed himself and, with a last
glance at the silent woman, departed.
into the Ehoes, and find that it saves ita cost ten
times over in keeping holes from hoeiery as well
as lessening friction and consequent smarting
and aching of the feet.
vVeary Feet. j
cr.clt r how many neocle who
ufTer tortiires with their feet in tot
weatber. agonies cf aching, burning,
swel!ii!.e and extreme tenderness,
know taat a raw potato, peeled and
cut in half and well rubbed over
Them every night and rooming will
cure the trouble? Or. failing that, a j
goou daily soaking in strong cold tea?
Or that the worst soft;corns will yield j
to a treatment of salt ordinary salt i
applied i ht and morning?
During the summer months
mothers of young children should
watch for any unnatural looseness of
The bowels. When ;iven prompt at attention
tention attention at this time serious trouble
may be avoided. Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera ami Diarrhoea Rem Remedy
edy Remedy can always be .. depended upon.
For sale by all dealers. Adv.
. 10 Per cenUarger
50 Per cent Larger
No Lost Space.
More Comfortable to
I ivc in.
VIost Modern in Every
Easier to Pent or Sell.
All work iven my personal attention. If you
want the best work, at the most reasonable prices,
give me a chance. Out of town work given prompt attention.
The Best Gift.
The best gift is the one that showr
bought an appreciation of what will
be pleasing and useful to the recipi
ent that is what counts for value, not
lhe price in money.
TO OPT P!D OP MOSQUITOES
You can Sleep, Fish, Hunt or attend to any work
without being worried ty the biting or singing
of Mosquitoes, Sand-flies, Gnatsor otner insects
by applying to the face, ears and hands, DR.
PORTER S ANl l&iiFiit: HtAUWU oc.
Great Lawyer on Work..
Rufus Choate believed in hard work
and Ktruggle. When seme one said
to him i bat a certain fine achieve achievement
ment achievement was the result of accident, he
exclaimed: "Xcnsense! You might
as well drop the Greek alphabet on
tip irrouiAl and expect to pick up the
I '. '"I. ..'J
J. P. McCASKILL.
Plans and Estimates Furnished on Application
P. O. Box 356. OC4L, FLORIDA
OF lXTKItKST TO TOl
HKTTKIt THAN tiOI.D
Vf 'iU aire ynur Hheuinntlsm
Neurnlip., lieadaahes, Cramps,
Colic, Sprains, Bruises, Cuts and
Barns, Old Sores, Stings of Inr.ec!S
Etc. Anlise-pltc Anodyne, used in internally
ternally internally and externally. Price 25c.
"The coal supply of the earth Is
'imited," said the scientist. "No one
can say how long it will last." "Great
Scott!" exclaimed a man in the back
row; "and here we've gone and wast wasted
ed wasted more'n a bushel of it heatin the
hall for this lecture." Washington
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.
Must Have Peen Her Lucky Day.
In a lot of old papers and magazines
that Mrs. T. G. Parson gave to the Sal Salvation
vation Salvation army of Jersey City the other
day was an envelope containing $i'25
in bills that Mrs .Payson had overlook overlooked.
ed. overlooked. After 20 men had searched for
hours in the army's waste paper pile,
Mrs. Payson looking on, the money was
found and restored to her.
, ,. ; HTM LKS OF lroHPOH4TIO AM
Dr. D. 11. Drown or St. Augustine, Uoi'OSKI t II It I i:it OF Till!
Fla., has discovered a remedy that M I' It It A V I'OMIMW
promises to revolutionize the medical i The underslsned hereby associate
.vorM. Dr. Drown is a graduate of
.Weharry, and has been In the practice
about fourteen years.
v W j
DR. D. IL DROWN
Remedy" and the
have many recent
of which Dr. Brown
is resident, own?
remedy which Is
the present pure
food and drugs act
The cut of trade trademark
mark trademark appears here herewith
with herewith and attracts
attention by its
new remedy Is call called
ed called "Dr Brown's
company claims to
UNSIGHTLY FACE SPOTS
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
head; Dr. Hobson's Eczema Oint Ointment
ment Ointment cured it in two- week." Guar Guaranteed
anteed Guaranteed to relive or money refunded.
Price 50c, -Pfeiffer Chemical Co.,
Eiladelphia and St. Louis. Sold in
Ocala by Tydings'& Co. Adv.
persons whom they have actually cur cured
ed cured of consumption.
Great indeed must be the demand
for this remedy wherever people are
suffering from this dreadful disease,
consumption. The Magnolia Remedy
Company are shipping this remedy info
nearly every state In the Union, now,
and it has only been on the market a
little over a year.
The company makes the open state statement
ment statement that "consumption can be cured"
by this remedy and that they stand
ready to" demonstrate the proposition.
The remedy is sold In $1 and 2 bot bottles,
tles, bottles, which they ship- by express ev
This remedy is effective in the cure
of hoarseness, coughs, colds, lagrippe,
pleurisy, pneumonia and all diseases of
th; respiratory organs.
For sale at all leading drugstores or
write Magnolia Remedy Company, SI
Augustine, Fla.. U. S. A., Box 754. Ad.
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
Agents for the Stand-
It 13 an absolute fact, that one 50 cent
jar of WILSON'S FRECKLE CiiEA! I
will either remove your f reckks cr cause
them to fade and that two jars will even
in the most severe cases completely cur3
them. We are willing to personally
guarantee thi3 and to return your money
without argument if your complexion is
not fully restored to it3 natural beauty.
WILSON'S FRECKLE CREAM is fine,
f ragrant and absolutely harmless. V ill
cot make hair grow but will positively
remove TAN, PIMPLES and FRECK FRECKLES.
LES. FRECKLES. Come in today and try it. The jars
are large and results absolutely certain.
Rpnt hv mail if desired. Price 50c.
Mammoth iars $1.00. WILSON'S FAIIi
CONCORDIA LODGE V. tT. OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union of
America, meets in Yongc's Hall on the
second Thursday evening of each
month Geo. L. Taylor, F. M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every
Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock in
Tonga's Hall, Fort King ave. Visit
ors in the city invited to be with us.
L. F. Ballard, N. G.
.W. L. Colbart, Secretary. Ad.
To Her Daughter
A Real Live Doll to Fondle Is Woman'
ard "Central Needle" Sewing! skin soap 25c For cale by
Machine. Try one and if itjSOL, I1V T,IE couaT cy
is not the Best, we Want its
Back in our Store.
Judgment Day Remote.
i The Smithsonian institute Is author-
PHONE CALLS WILL RECEIVE PROMPT iltOT the foment that the earth
(win remain nanusr, tot miiiions or
years to rem? Whether this will in-
crea&e or .es?en me anxsety or some
people with rei;nrd to ceiling poase poase-sicn
sicn poase-sicn of It is as yet foo eatlr io sa
0GHU1 TU1ME CO.
COKTBfiCTOB; Anil BUiLDER
PLApS FURNISHED -ON
6 OCALA, FLA.
HAVE jfI-Tl CR PAINTED
If yo uare a housewife you cannot
reasonably hope to be healthy or
beautiful by washing -dishes, sweep sweeping
ing sweeping and doing housework all day,
and crawling Into bed dead tired at
night. You must get out into the
open, air and sunlight. If you do this
every day and keep your stomach
andi-owel3 in good order by taking
Cnafiberlain's Tablets when needed,
you should become both healthy and
beair!ful- For sale by all dealers: ad
One of the most Important matters abat
which women concern themselves is their
future status as a grandmother. And she
is wisdom itseif who knows of or haras
of that famous remedy. Mother's Friend.
This is an external application for the
abdominal muscles and breaBts. It cer certainly
tainly certainly has a wonderful influence, allays all
f.--ar, banishes all pain,, is a most grateful
encouragement to the young, expectant
mother, and permits her to go through the
period heppy in mind, free In body and
thus destined to anticipate woman's great greatest
est greatest happiness as nature intended ehe should.
The action of Mother's Friend makes the
muscles fr-, pliant and responsive to ex expansion.
pansion. expansion. Thus all strain and tension upon
the nerves and ligaments is avoided, and,
in place of a period of discomfort and con consequent
sequent consequent drad, it is a season of calm repose
and joyfui expectation.
There is no nausea, no morning sick
ness, no nervous twitching, none of
constant strain known to so many wo:
cence Mother's Friend Is really one o
greatest Llpsinsrs that could be deriw
This splendid and certain remedy ckf'.
13 sure to prove or lnestuname vai
only upon the mother, but upon th
and future of the chlkl. Write to
Ga., lar their book t expectant q p
inemseives to&etrier tor tne purpose
of becoming incorporated under the
laws of the state of Florida in relation
to corporations for profit and hereby
make and publish the following ar articles
ticles articles of incorporation and proposed
Tho r.'irne uf t!u pnri.orntlnn thnlt
"THiv Ml." It KAY COMPANY'' and its
j.rincipal pl'tf-e of business shall be at
The jr neral nature of the business
.o be 1 1 4 ii acic 1 by the company shall
le: To deal generally in books, sta stationery,
tionery, stationery, office supplies, office special special-tics,
tics, special-tics, school books and carry on a
-reneral. news business.
T!ie company shall also have tho
litfat to enttaKe in the jewelry busl-nt-ss.
ar.d carry a general line of Jew Jewelry,
elry, Jewelry, toilet articles and chinaware.
The company shall also have the
fish: to deal in music, musical Instru Instruments
ments Instruments and supplies.
The company shall also have the
risht to enprae in the pener.il print printing,
ing, printing, onp.ravitiar and lithographing bus business,
iness, business, do a general mail order business,
and carry on .uch other business as is
incident to the purposes of this char charter
ter charter and rot inconsistent with the laws
of the state of Florida,
The amount of capital stock author authorized
ized authorized Is "ten thousand ($10,000) dollars,
v. iiich shall be divided into one hun hundred
dred hundred (100) shares of the par value of
one hundred ($100) dollars each, which
-ail capital stock Fhall be pild into
thi nriifirn linn In nr Ita ouiltr
alent in merchandise, personal or real
property; all stock when issued shall
be fully paid and non-assessable.
The charter of tbls company shall be
The business of the corporation shall
he conJucted by a president, vice presi president,
dent, president, secretary, treasurer and general
manager. The offices of vice president
ana general manager may do held oy
one and th same person and also the
ofiice.-; of secretary and treasurer may
bo hell by ora and the same person at
the will of the directors; also a board
of not Ifss than thte- nor more than
seven directors. The following per persons
sons persons shall conduct the business of the
company, until those elected at the
fir. t election shall be qualified, viz:
Y. V. Condon, presidt-nt, L. M. Mur Murray,
ray, Murray, vice president and general man manager,
ager, manager, and Annie M. I'erry, secretary
and treasurer, and W. Condon, L
M. Murray and Annie M. Perry, direc directors.
tors. directors. The company shall hold its first
meeting immediately after receiving its
charter at the call of the president for
the pnrpo.-e of perfecting its organiza organization
tion organization and :hall hold its stockholders'
meetings thereafter annually on the
first Tuesday in February of each
The highest amount of indebtedness
or liability to which the corporation
can at any time subject itself is
twenty-five thousand ($25,060) dollars.
The names and residences of the sub subscribers
scribers subscribers and the amount subscribed by
each is as follows;
W. W. Condon, Ocala, Florida, 23
1 M. Murray, Ocala, Florida. 25
share s. s.-Annie
Annie s.-Annie M. Ferry, Ocala, Florida, 2
Jn witness whereof the incorporators
have hereunto subscribed their name
and affixed their seals, this the 5th day
of June, A. I). li13.
W. W. Condon. (Seal.)
L. M. Murray. (SeaL)
Annie M. I'erry,.". (Seal.)
5t ate of Florida,
County of Marion.
Personally appeared before me. the
undersigned authority, V. W. Condon,
L. M. Murray- and Annie M. Pvry. to
me well known to be the persons "de "described
scribed "described in and who executed the fore foregoing
going foregoing articles of incorporation and
proposed charter and each of whom
it knowleflged the execution of the
sime for the use and purposes therein
set forth and expressed.
WitneK- my hand and official seal at
Ocala, Florida. this the 5th day of
June, A. D. 1913. II U Stapp,
i Seal) Kotary Public State of Florida
on expires the 7th day
XOTICE TO THE
KM 1 91
C xS. f Scr mmm r fc
I hereby give notice
Douglass, have this th
May, A. D. 1312". severed
frm the firm of Y. U.
manufacturers of nav
business at or near
that from this day
Douglass sole ovv
all llabilitie? and
of all assets.