The Ocala evening star


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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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A "TnY

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 needs to
The Furniture Men
VOL. 20.
NO. 31

L i .JL




Object LeKonto All the World of
Pence and Forgiveness,:
is Over
Gettysburg, Pa., July G. A- great
reunion of the blue and the gray,
commemorating the fiftieth anniver anniversary
sary anniversary of the battle of Gettysburg,


ovrrnor of Virginia Repudiates the
Story that ho Would Help Cele Celebrate
brate Celebrate the Fall of Richmond
Richmond, Va., July 5. Governor
Maim vigorously denies published report:-
that he had advocated a grand
reunion of the armies of the North
and South in Richmond In 1915, on
the fiftieth anniversary of the evac evacuation
uation evacuation of the Confederate capital.
"There is absolutely no founda foundation
tion foundation for the statement that I advocat advocated
ed advocated such a reunion,' said Governor
Mann. "The fripndiv eathpriner nf

practically came to an end yesterday AmerIcan cltiiena wh'0 were soldiers
although the camp where more than j,n both armie3 onhe field of GeU
,U)0 old soldiers cared for during ljurg g a very dIfferent thlng from
the week did not close officially until ithe ropose3 celebration of the pass-

ing and fall of the Confederacy. I
participated with pleasure and pride
in the celebration this week at Gettys Gettysburg,
burg, Gettysburg, but any reunion to commemor commemorate
ate commemorate the fall and burning of Richmond
would be woefully inappropriate."

AH day yesterday veterans walked
over the dusty roads and streets to
the railroad stations in the camp and
in the town of Gettysburg and stood
or sat under the rays of a scorching
sun while the trains to take them
away were being prepared. Usually
about twelve coaches constituted a

train and the railroad people faced; ."I'm sick, out of money, no work

the biggest problem of the week in and can't beg." This is what G. W.
getting loaded trains away. jwynn of Jasper, told Mr. It. L. Cly-

Old finl.iicr nmni.fHi nM.i ll)Uru Wednesday. Wynn came here

ueunesuay looking for work and not


It wjis the sultriest and most un uncomfortable
comfortable uncomfortable day of the week. One

UU 'UJU v. i ft.? II Will iut in vdl j

lina dropped dead in the crowd at

the town station of one of the rail-

succeeding, went to a store and pur

chased a 10-cent bottle of laudanum

(and before the saleslady could realize

II. Hodges,. 'of

roads. He was H

Union Hill, X. C.
A Lasting Peace Memorial

what had happened Wynn had pulled

ithe cork and swallowed half the con

sents of the bottle. The saleslady
Iran to eake the bottle from the young
man but failed and he drained the

When the week's program for the bottle dry. Antidotes were adminis-

colebratlon was tentatively laid out;terecl by' Messrs.. Nathan Mayo and


Forty-One Fatal Accidents Reported
Among the Incidents of the
New York, July 7. While the
movement for safety and sanity in the
celebration of the Fourth of July
worked wonders in the reduction of
the number of victims of gunpowder,
dispatches from a score of different
points throughout the country as
noted here account for forty-one per persons
sons persons killed in a variety of other ac accidents
cidents accidents incident to the outpouring
of the holiday crowds.
Twenty-eight persons were drown drowned,
ed, drowned, fivo persons were killed in auto automobile
mobile automobile accidents, five in a single train
accident and two killed in aerial
sport. This count being made from
the comparatively few reports or
minor tragedies filtering through the
crush of holiday news outnumbers
more than twice the gunpowder ac accidents
cidents accidents of the day.
The list of drowning accidents
known definitely to be as- many as
twenty-eight is probably far from
the correct total.
Incidental to the day there were
also five persons killed by lightning,
one variety of holiday tragedies that
the safe and sane movement is unable
to reach.


Jersey City, July 6 Porter Charl

ton will start for Italy during the
coming week to answer for the mur murder
der murder of his wife, Mrs. Mary Scott Cas

tle Charlton, according to the pres present
ent present plan of the authorities here.

Miss Laura Wenger of Hernando

s reported seriously ill with fever.

Wm. Driver of Citra was visiting

his aunt, Mrs. Paul Edwards, here

ast week, but has returned to his
A stranger in town Friday night

might have thought that the Mex-

cans had crossed the gulf and had

begun operations against the United

States, by bombarding Inverness, be

cause of the thundering dynamite at

the Southern Phosphate Co's mines.
These mines are running day and
night and if they are getting phos

phate in proportion to the niose made

on Friday night there should be no
complaint from the stockholders.


The Leesburg Commercial tells as
follows of the drowning of little J. P.

some time ago, it was arranged that.R. L. Clyburn while Wynn was being 'Harrison:

the final feature of the reunion should : rushed in Mr. 5. U. Campbell's auto
be the laying of a cornerstone of a 'to-a doctor. Wynn is still alive as we
great peace memorial on the battle-jgo to press. Summerfield Chronicle.
field, 'but the plan for the monument
Ml through. Yesterday Col. Andrew .OLLIH MORDIS MARKET OPEN

.Cowan of Louisville, Ky.f who .was a


captain of the First New York bat battery
tery battery in the battle of Gettysburg, re

vived the plan and as a result of a

The market formerly Known as the
(hlie .Montis' Is now open. Will keep on
and a supply cf fresh meats and flsh.

Orders by phone will receive prompt

meeting over which he presided a j vtentlon. Phana number-815. Come

(7n.ltttu went to Washington with j 10 in old stana ana De "eatea ngnt

lours respeciiuiiy.

ft view to securing the introduction in

:J3L-Congress of n bill providing for the
erection of a peace monument and the

appropriation of $1, 000,000.



H. B.

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

A BAD LI VCR fs you of enrrgy, strength and
ambition. To rid, yourself of the burden- take
It 13 a fine strengthening medicine for a torpid liver. The weakened
organ responds promptly to its powerful reviving influence. Jt corrects
the stomach and digestion. Purines and regulates the bowels. Drives
out that languid half-sick feeling, makes-you feel bright, vigorous
and cheerful. Try it,
soio piLn. raics. ur packacc i.oo.
Ak lor the finale ;th fh Re I 7. on the tiibel. It yoa rnoot jut it remit to a, we will
rrtii i y htail postpaid. Simnxin LW' lWnlRtor U pot op aito in liquid form for those who preier
it. i'rii-u, Jl.UO per U-ttlc. Look lor '.he lted Z label.


Dr. Yoods Hutchinson the Famous
Physician, says:









11 :

1 )--' run

. i .... 7k ,.t i torrrru

Since it is a necessity, mogt
desirable, and will last a lifetime,
rr-kn t it thoughtless not toet it now instead
of later ? The durability of tandatnr
modern bathroom fixtures make the question
of length of service merely a matter of
whether we are permitted to intall the
equipment now or later,
Phone 280 7-s-std

One of the saddest deaths to occur
in this city was that of J. P., the nine-year-old
son of Mr. and Mrs. J. P.
Harrison, who was drowned in the
Lake Griffin canal Wednesday morn morning.
ing. morning. The little fellow was alone at
the time and the ciroumstances can
only be guessed.
He kas accompanied his grand grandfather,
father, grandfather, Capt. It. D. Harrison, to look
at his boats. Captain Harrison re remained
mained remained at the canal only a few min minutes
utes minutes and started for Douglas mill a
short distance across the railroad,
telling J. P. to come with him. At
the mill J, P. 'was missed, and Cap Cap-ttlii
ttlii Cap-ttlii Harrison returned at once to
look for him. Not finding him, he
became uneasy and with J. P. Har

rison, Sr., drove to the canal, then to
the railroad landing and back to the

G. E. Winter had joined in the

search and at the Picciola landing on

the west bank of the canal he found

P's. fishing pole. He saw in the

grass and water what he thought was

a piece of paper aul tried to raise it

with the pole, but it slipped further

out Into the canal. The next effort,

however, brought nearly to the U?-

ace a little handj. He called to the

hQy'ff father to go home and then

umped in and got the body. Dr. W,

I. Howell was called out but as the

body ha.d been under the water more

than an hour his efforts were in vain,

At the corner of the wharf there is

an old boat with one end on the bank
and the other under water and it Is

probable, he jumped from one to the
other" and fell. On the back of his

head was a bruised place where he

struck either the boat or th wharf
as he fell, and which stunned him to

such & 0 extent that he was unable to

help himself.

The funeral services were conduct

ed at 10 o'clock at the home on Mag

nolia street Thursday morning by
Revs. Grady and Newell and tho

body buried beside his little brother
in Lone Oak cemetery.

J. P. was a bright child, the picture

of health ,and his untimely death
cast a gloom over the-entire city.



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 dealer?
in this section of the country that handle this brad qf fence and
have demonstrated in the past that U 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. Wc
fcve had some phenomenal sales on it and made many frlend3
and customers. Give us your orders, if the goods don't make
good we will. 1





William Dorr and Mrs. Eva Rob

erts were united in matrimony at the

home of Judge Barksdale last Wed

nesday night. They, left immediate-

y for Ocala after the ceremony, by

auto, returning next morning, and

are now receiving their friends at

their home. Their numerous friends

all join in wishing them a long and

happy married life. Dunnellon Ad


A petition was in circulation here

and in Hernando this week soliciting

subscriptions to pay Col. Zewadski of
Ocala for endeavoring to set aside

he recent law enacted by the legisla

ture prohibiting the catching and

selling of fish from the fresh waters
of Citrus county! Citrus County

II! Mil OF








Purest Drugs and
Finest Chemicals

Our Prescription De- 4

y. partment is fully equip-
X ped and our service is y

a yiuiupi, aim uuuuiuie, y

Has Been Removed by this Adminis Administration
tration Administration to New Hampshire
Cornish, X. II., July C. President
Wilson, always fond of simplicity
and seclusion, when reeking-rest and
diversion from official duties, found
in his summer home, which he saw
for the first time yesterday, the ex extreme
treme extreme of isolation and quiet. Arriv Arriving
ing Arriving at noon at Harlakenden House,
which has been leased for two years
as a summer capital, the president
saw nobod3', in fact, but the mem members
bers members of his family. No one got in inside
side inside the big gate, a quarter of a
mile from the house, to catch a
glimpse of the president. The eve evening
ning evening was spent at home in the shad shadows
ows shadows of oil lamps and candles, for
there are no electric lights in Cor Cornish.
nish. Cornish. Miss Jesse Wilson returned last
night with her fiance, Frances Bowes
Sayre. They had been visiting in
Pennsylvania and had spent the day
at. Williamstown, Mass. The family
circle was not complete as Miss Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Wilson, the eldest daughter, is
visiting near Madison, Wis., at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E.
Expects to "Loaf"
The president brought with him
only his physician, Dr. Cary T. Gray Grayson,
son, Grayson, U. S. N., leaving behind all sec secretaries
retaries secretaries and stenographers. He said
he expected to do no work, but would
"loaf." He denied himself to the
correspondents, saying that if any anything
thing anything of importance developed at
Washington requiring comment from
him he would" go there at once and
become fully advised of the situation.
On Monday he probably will play
golf. His schedule calls for his de departure
parture departure Tuesday but there is a possi possibility
bility possibility that his stay may be lengthen

ed if legislative affairs in Washing Washington
ton Washington are not pressing.



Editor Star: Something amusing
is- happening this morning in the
quiet little town of Flemington. You
will renumber that I keep a little
general merchandise store here and
buy county produce, eggs, chickens,
etc. I am perfectly aware of the
fact that the weather is fearfully
warm, but this weather here beats
the record. On coming into the store
for some eggs for breakfast this
morning I found in the egg box of
about ten dozen one little chicken,
already hatched and one more piped.
The little chicken looks healthy and
strong. He looks" to be of the Ply Plymouth
mouth Plymouth Rock variety. Cannot say
just how many I will get from this
hatch. The little fellow is chirping
for his absent mother while I am
writing you. Incubators are not
needed here in summer time.
Mrs. M. C. Gray.
Flemington, July 3.

James Waters and Miss Lottie
Perry surprised their many friends
last week by announcing that they
were married Christmas a year ago at
Jacksonville. Levon Item in Sum Sum-merfield
merfield Sum-merfield Chronicle.

Rig Rill Anderson Temple to tonight.
night. tonight. Adv. 7-5-1 1



To Cure Patients in Washington
Under Treatment for
Washington" July 6. The Wash Washington
ington Washington pupils of Dr. Friedmann have
given up hope and no longer report
to DrvBvM. Randolph, who Is in
charge of the medical dispensary.
"Not one of the patieats ha3 ap appeared
peared appeared in three weeks and it is safe v
to say that they have given up hope
of receiving any benefit," said Dr.
Randolph. "There was i trtftihw" :
slightest indication' that the Fried Fried-mann
mann Fried-mann treatment did any of the pa patients
tients patients any good."
It is stated at the hospital that
several of the patients are succumb succumbing
ing succumbing to the white plague.

Aa'air line "hard road" from Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville to Tampa, through- Ocala,
Belleview, SummerfieJdV OxfordWild
Coleman, Bushnell, and on through
to destination". SummerSeld Chron Chronicle.
icle. Chronicle. : : : ""

For soreness of the muscles,
whether induced -by violent exercise
or injury, there is nothing better'
than Chamberlain's Liniment. This
liniment also relieves rheumatic rheumatic-pains.
pains. rheumatic-pains. For sale by all dealers. -Adv.

PHONE 269.

$ The Store Accommodating $

103 S. Main Street,


Ocala,.Fla. X


You can change fretful, ill-tem

pered children Into healthy, happy

youngsters, by ridding them of

worms.' Tossing rolling, grinding o&

teeth, crying out while asleep, acctuxvs

panied with intense thirst, pains in

tne stomach and powels, feverish-

ness and bad breath, are symptoms

that indicate worms. Klckapoo Worm
Killer, a pleasant candy lozenge, ex

pels the worms, regulates the bowels,

restores your children, to health an,d
happiness. Mrs. J. A. Brisbin, of J

gin, in., saysi I have used Kieka Kieka-poo
poo Kieka-poo Worm, Killer for years, and en

tirely nd my children of worms. I
Wftuld not be without U," Guaran Guaranteed,
teed, Guaranteed, AH druggists, or by mail.
Price 25c. Klckapoo Indian Medi Medicine
cine Medicine Co., Philadelphia and St.
Louis. Sold In Ocala by Tydings. &
Co. ... Adv.


Fresh and Cured Meats, x'resh an.d
Salt Water Fish, Chickens, Eggs
and Vegetables of all Kinds

North Magnolia Street



Funeral Directors
Undertakers ang Embalmeia
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes

Among the traveling men of note

who make Ocala their home and who
were seen on. our streets the last few
days wers Mr. H. H. Kemp, who
walks the plank for the F. E. Block
Company. He is interviewing the
trade at Martel, York aDd other
places today.
Mr. William Wolf, who travels for
an Atlanta paper house and who has
resided in Ocala for a number of

years, was in the section looking after

the interests of his house a few days
since. He has shown his faith by
his work and purchased a beautiful
residence lot and no doubt will con continue
tinue continue to write Ocala after his name in
the future.
Mr. George B. Stein, who former

ly rfdedn Ocala, was transacting
business here the past few days. Mr.
Stein travels for a large overall con concern.
cern. concern. Mr. J. W, Kea, who owns a hand handsome,
some, handsome, hme here, and whose estima estimable
ble estimable family, with? his genial self, have

been good citizens of Ocala for a
great many years, has just rounded

ep his orders here and gone out to
seek what he can find for his com company,
pany, company, the A. M, Robinson Company
of Atlanta,

Mr. R. V. Hendricks, who efficient efficiently
ly efficiently handles the sample case for Jake
Brown, wholesale grocer, and who
with his interesting family resides
here, was in the city looking after
business, and getting new samples,

etc. He left for the field early in the

week with the intention of making

the groceries and Jake Brown and
the town from which they are sold


New 1913 World's Almanac, just
received; 35 cents at Ballard's News
stand. Ady.

V Marlcet


I). E. 3fcIVER and C. V. ROBERTS

Funeral Directory
All Work Done by Licensed Em Em-balmers
balmers Em-balmers and Fully Guaranteed
I. E. McIVER 104

Undertaking Office , 47

Goes With Every Package
of Pratfs Preparations :

Established 1872.
Pratt Food Company
We guarantee all our preparations to t!o exactly what we claim
for them '.
If they fail to satisfy, you we authorize our dealer to promtly

J. S. KELLER, President."


Below is a list of some of Pratt's Remedies whlchNwe carry la
stock: j r-
Pratts Poultry Regulator .25 and Bfic
Pratts Baby Chick Feed 10, 25 and 50c
Pratts Roup Cure 25 and 50c
Pratts Powdered Lice Killer ..... 25c
Pratts White Diarrhoea Remedy f . .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


Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches

at any hour. Adv.


Attorney S. L, Carter has returned

from a visit to Tampa. En route
home he stopped in Ocala to enjoy
the festivities incident to the 4th.

Gainesville Sun.


During my absence, Dr. Harry J.
Walters will be in charge of my prac

tice. Dr. E. G. Lindner.

The Texas Wonfler our Kidney ana

bladder trautde, removing gTavel,
cure3 diabetes, weak and lame backs,
rheumatism and all Irregularities of
the kidneys and bladder in both men
and women. Regulates .bladder troub

les in children. If not sold by your

druggist, will be sept by mall on re receipt
ceipt receipt of $1. One small bottle is two
months treatment and seldom falls to
perfect a cure. Send for testimonials

from this and other states. Dr. E. W.ty

Hall, 2096 Olivd street, St. Louis Mo.;

Sold by all bruggtsts. Ad 1

"Qiieen oi Sea Rontes;'
Savannah, Baltimore. Pluladelphia,
Boston and pjbvklencc
Fine steamers; besgervice; low
farps: wireless telegraphX Through

tickets to and from prlncipv&Upoints.

Send for booklet. V

11. C. AVERY, Agent,

! Jacksonville Fla.

L. D. JONES, C. A. I
"Seminole Hotel, Jacksonville, Fla.
",...' 5

$ Finest coastwise Trip La tl:c. Vorld

We are informed the parties who

madeaway with Will Perry's cloth

ing last week have been caught and

are now sleeping behind the bars in

the Ocala jail. It is to he deplored
that boys at such tender ages as 12

and 17 years will seek such a way in

life as to disgrace both parents and

friends. Levon Item in SummerSeld



For constipation, headaches, indl

gestion and dyspepsia, use Dr. King's

New Life Pills. Paul Mathnlka, o

Buffalo, N. Y., says they are the

"king of all laxatives. They are a

blessing to ail my family and I al

ways keep a box at home." Get a
box and get well. Price 25c. Rec

ommended by Tydirigs &, Co.- Adv

Tea IPott


Phones 16-174





Ocala House Block

Phone 420






The Hotel you take your Mother, Wife or
Sister to.
A F. fflLSON, Ass'l Elgr. '. TOOS. H-tflBOa, Prop, zsi E!gr,
'v ;i':KjACKS6NVrLLE' FLA.





iUttlager & Carroll, Proprietor.
,11. II. Carroll, General BIanBer
Tort V. LeaTeneood, BnsIaeM Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
merea m the postoffice at Ocala,
A la., as second class matter.
In reply to the Star's article of a
few days ago, regarding parental
and -state care for children, the Mi

ami Herald says:
"If parents are as careful of their
children as ever; what is the neces necessity
sity necessity for a curfew law? Why do peo people
ple people want children excluded from pic picture
ture picture shows and boys from pool
rooms? The answer is simple, and
rather contradicts the belief of the
4iarthnarents are as careful as
ever of their children. These laws
. are wanted because the parents can cannot
not cannot compel their children to be at
- home and off the streets at reasona reasonable
ble reasonable hours. They cannot compel them
. to stay out of amusement places.

They, cannot prevent their boys from
smoking cigarettes and frequenting
pool rooms, and hence they turn to
the city council or the state legisla
ture for laws that will do what they
can not do."
It. seems to the Star that the Her Herald
ald Herald does not see the point the Star
tried to .make. The Star is aware
- that much more is being done for
and with children now by the state
than ever before, but it sees no in indication
dication indication that the parents are doing
leas. Its the Star's opinion, backed
by its observation, that the. state' is
doing more of what parents have
hitherto left undone than doing what
p'arents should do now. When we
take into account the immense num num-ber
ber num-ber of children that have been neg neglected,
lected, neglected, or couldn't be controlled, by
their parents, we needn't go into a
panic about what little the state is
"being urged to do.
An s Instance of this is the move movement
ment movement to have the teeth, eyes and
throats of school children looked
after by the state paid dentists And
physicians. Its practically Impdssi Impdssi-'
' Impdssi-' ble for many parents to pay for Ahe
needed work, which if not ; done
I 1 t 1 J-
pairs the physical and mental ef
ficiency of the child. We think If
the Herald will take a good, long,
round look at the past, it will realize
with, the Star that parents are not
doing less for the children, but that
the state is doing more? and also
there isnmr0fe it can do
Almost everybody in America will
regret the dissension between the
Balkan, allies, which has brought on
in the past' few days a series of bat
tles almost as destructive as some of
those of a few months ago with ''the
Owing principally to the interfer
ence of Austria, the three, principal
Balkan powers did not receive as
much territory as they were entitled
to, while the fourth, Montenegro,
was shut out entirely. jVery unwise unwisely,
ly, unwisely, instead of combining and biding
their time, the allies have commenc
ed to fight over what remains, Bul
garia -striving to take from Servia
and Greece part of the territory the
soldiers of those, nations won from
the Turks, At the outset, the
Greeks and Servians had the best of
it, but the Bulgarians seem to have
regained their lost ground from t
ServTSSsntas they have the bst
and largest army, they are likelyf to
win in the long run If there is no! In-

terference. vjneighbors are the largest in years

Bulgaria, however, is threatened
by Roumania, which nation is dom
inated by Austria, and it is by no
means unlikely that the Turks may
try to recover some of their lost
The water wagon is all right, but
the watermelon wagon has had the
right of- way in Marion county for
the last four weeks.
Frank Mayes, is being boomed as a
prospective candidate for governor.
Jfcucks! He's just an editor. Lake
land Telegram.
That's one reason we want him
for governor. Its about time the edi editorial
torial editorial fraternity was represented in
some of the larger offices of this
state. Tampa Tribune.
'Mr. Mayes had better stay where
he is. He is better off, happier and
more useful as editor of a paper like
the Pensacola Journal than he would
be as, governor of Florida.
John Bull surely is rattled. Every
timeji fire department is called out
iuEngrana, xne suarageues are ac accused
cused accused of starting the blaze.
If Macon gets too many irons in
the fire at once she may burn some of
them. She Is after the state capital,
a union station and a navigable ap approach
proach approach to the city. Tampa Times.
Ocala is after the same things, and
her only reply to warnings about too
many irons in the fire will be to
shovel more coal.
The Elks are holding their forty forty-ninth
ninth forty-ninth grand lodge session in Roches Rochester,
ter, Rochester, N. Y., this week.
Overly particular people say that
kissing transmits microbes. We have
observed an Instance or two whero
soul-mate kisses developed the germs
of alimony.
The rattle-brained American who
waved the flag of his country in an

insulting manner at a Canadian reg regiment,
iment, regiment, in Winnipeg on the fourth
was putting the flag to a mighty poor

use, and deserved the beating he re
ceived. The Canucks, of course,
were rather intolerant, but they were
no worse' than some of our own peo people.
ple. people. In a New England port, a cou couple
ple couple of years ago, a British captain, on
the 4 th of July, desfring to do honor
to the day, and in strict observance
of international custom, hoisted the
union jack, and was much surprised
to receive a visit from the chief of
police, who was sent by indignant
citizens to order him to pull down
his flag.
Mrs. Sarah L. Carter, passed away

yesterday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock eral Federation of Women's Clubs,
at the home of her daughter, Mrs. C.iwn be the guest of honor, along

LV. Roberts In thi3 city. Mrs. Carter
was born 76 years ago m ueorgia,;
came to Florida and was a resident!
of Citra forty years ago, and later
moved to Live Oak, where she has
since resided. Mrs. Carter had al always
ways always lived an active life until a few
months ago, when her health failed.
Her children here visited her in
Live Oak "when she was first taken
sick some months ago, and were re rejoiced
joiced rejoiced at her apparent recovery.
Some time later, she expressed a
wish to come, to Ocala, and Mrs. Rob Roberts
erts Roberts went to Live Oak and brought
her to Ocala 'just a week ago. She
seemed fairly well until a few hours
before her death, and her passing
away w?s painless and peaceful.
The remains will be accompanied
to Live Oik on the early morning
train by Mr. and Mrs. Roberts, Mr.
R. L. Carter and Mr. and Mrs. John
Whitfield. Mrs. Roberts. Mrs. Whit
field and Mr. Carter are children of
the deceased. The remains will be
interred in the family burying
ground near Live Oak.
Mrs." Carter was the widow of the
old Confederate veteran ana ex-
citizen of Marion, Mr. George Carter,
and bother in her old home in Mar Marion
ion Marion and later at Live. Oak was most
highly esteemed and dearly loved by
her neighbors.
The Star is informed that Mr. E
W.1 Davis contcnii plates removing
from Ocala to Orlando, and tho we
haven't been able to interview Mr.
L, r l ri .i i.

lm-JDavis several ofj his friends confirm

thexumorj """" "' "' .--'
Ocala will be sorry to lose Mr. Da Davis
vis Davis and his. family. They are first first-rate
rate first-rate people and good neighbors. Mr.
Davis has been for years a valued
member of the Ocala bar as well as
a leading citizen, and the city where
he has worked his way from almost
the bottom round of the ladder to an
honored position, will miss him
If Mr. Davis goes to Orlando, he
will vacate his position as state at attorney
torney attorney for the fifth district. Mr. Ed Edwin
win Edwin Spencer, Jr., is a candidate for
the position, and will probably re receive
ceive receive it, as in addition to the sup support
port support of his home friends he is, on ac account
count account of his legislative record, in
high favor with Governor Trammell.
Mr. J. D. Smith of Plant City and
Miss Blanche Jordan of Dade City,
came to Ocala Saturday and were
married in the county judge's office
by Judge Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. Smith are spending
their honeymqpn at the home of the
bride's brother, Mr. Jordan at Silver
Major J. K. Priest of Burbank,
was among theMonday visitors In
He saysi tha-r the corn crop
on his place anl also those of his
Reports like this are the best that
could possibly be made and they
come from every section of Marion
county the banner corn, county of
Hotel' Breakers, Daytona Beach; a
new hotel; has all modern conven
iences; fronts on Ocean just south
of ocean pier. Rates $2.50 per day
and upwards. Special rates by the
week or month. We make a special
ty of sea food dinners Thursday even
ings and Sunday noon. 6-23-tf
D. Niel Ferguson of Ocala, a well
known citizen and booster of the Ma
rion metropolis, was in the city yes yesterday
terday yesterday on a business trip, coming to
Tampa Friday night and registering
at the DeSoto. Tampa Tribune.
Capt. John L. Inglis of Port Inglis
sailed this morning from Jackson
ville for New York CitF, where in a
few days he will sail for Scotland to
visit his brother-in-law, Mr. Wileyj
who was his guest at Port Inglis last
We have just received a new ship
ment of pound papers in both styles
of Alpine Flax and Tube Rose. They
are beauties. The Court Pharmacy.
Adv. 7-3-Ct
"OLUS" the one-piece top shirt
and drawers is the latest thing out
in men's wear. See them at Rivers'
Haberdashery In the Harrington
Hall block 7-3-4t
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
ery. 7-2-tr
Buttermilk at Geng s Drugstore, tf
Enthused by their victory in Pi Pinellas,
nellas, Pinellas, the prohibitionists are plan planning
ning planning to make an attack on Hillsboro.

woman's Club work

An inspiration comes to us from
the Woman's Club of Sarasota, a lit little
tle little sister club only three months of
age with 10 members. To say that
she fills our hearts with joy and
pride. It is with pleasurable inter interest
est interest that we note the wonderful
growth of woman's clubs throughout
the stated Within the past few
months twelve clubs have been ad admitted
mitted admitted into the federation, with six
others clamoring for admission be before
fore before the next annual convention
which! will convene the first week of
next November, when the woman's
clubs of the state will be the guests
of the Sorosis Club and Civic League
of Orlando. Upon this occasion Mrs.
pennypacker, president of the Gen-
wfth Governor Park Trammell, who
wjh address the convention on the
subject of "State Charities." Also
Dr Blackburn, Supt. Sheats and Miss
Agnes Ellen Harris will receive un undivided
divided undivided attention.
The Pensacola Journal of the 6th
says: Proposals for transporting one
thousand marines from the Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia navy yard to the Pensacola
navy yard have been invited by the
navy department. The contractor for
the marine barracks at the Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia navy yard has been offered $3G, $3G,-000
000 $3G,-000 by the government to cease work
on the buildings. Work has been
stopped by the government on the
new barracks at Boston and Brook
lyn. The loss to Philadelphia by the
transfer of the marine base to Pensa
cola will be $2,000,000 annually, and
a gain for Pensacola of that amount
, It is impossible to EXPLAIN the
merits of the "Modart" corset, but
one made to order will give comfort,
grace, ease and style. A $3.50 model
Is now out. Mrs. B. M. Hunt, phone
111. 6-13-tf ;
When you are in need of office
supplies give us a call. Our stock
is complete
The Court Pharmacy.
Are you successful with your
I C8.
kes lately? If nbt try Swan's Down
epared Cake Flour. H. B. Masters
r. d. Fuller
Dental Surgeon
Over the Munroe & Chambliss Bank
Phone 154
Terms cash.
Dental Surgeon
Rooms 9, 10, 11, Holder Block
Phone 250
Terms cash.
Dental Surgeon
Office Over CommercialjJ3ank
Phone 211
Dental Surgeon
Office Law Library Building
Phone 444
Dental Surgeon
Office Over Nash Dry Goods Store
Attorney at Law
Office Second Floor Munroe and
Chambliss Bank Building
Block's Graham
We are carrying-a very com
plete stock of Frank E.
Block's Crackers and Cakes
in bulk and packages.
All 10c packages 3 for25cts,
all 5c packages 6 for 25 cts.
There is none heller ihan


Two Reel Feature, Maurice CoMello,
Temple Tonight
"The Mystery of the Stolen Child."
Featuring Maurice Costello.-
"The Web," a great two reel fea feature
ture feature by the Vitagraph Co., one you
don't want to miss.
"The. Fire of Vengeance." An ex exciting
citing exciting Pat he feature. Don's miss
this. Night shows 6:30 to 11.

Macon, Ga., July 7. Justifiable
homicide was the verdict returned
yesterday by a coroner's jury which
investigated the shooting and killing
of Harrison Newton, a negro, by
Harry Stillwell Edwards, Macon's
postmaster and author, and his son,
Prentiss Edwards. The negro was
shot Saturday night and died in a
local hospital yesterday.
Lost July 4 from auto between
my residence out of town by way of
J. R. Moorhead's and J. J. Gerig's
and on the hard road -to my place at
North Lake Weir, a suit case with
my initials D. W. D. on one end and
lady's dress and gentleman's laundry
inside. Finder will be liberally re
warded by returning to me or to Star
office. D. W. Davis. 7-5-tf
We still have on nand a small
quantity of linoleum which we will
sell as long as it lasts for 25 cents
per square yard. A number of very
handsome designs. Theus-Zachry
Company. 0-20-tf
Two Inrge bonxeg la central lo location,
cation, location, Knltable for residence or
lonrling houses; one 8-room and
ftnfb, nml one S rooms and bath)
either house will accommodate two
fnmllles, and-we frill rent to vnft
tenanttt. Apply to IJ. S. AVoodi ..Iv ..Ivor
or ..Ivor Elmer DeCnuip. 5-26
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
I? an opportunity for any one wishing
a mule that will never be offered
again probably in this market and
you should lose no time in calling
and inspecting the .drove. Prices
and quality will sell the animals.
6-28-tf dw Tompkins & Cobb.
Needham & Sons are in the plumb plumbing
ing plumbing business and solicit your busi business.
ness. business. 7-2-1 2t
Enjoy outdoor life without tan and
freckles. 1 Rexall cold cream insures
your complexion. Get it at Gerig's
Drugstores. 6-17-tf
Office Telephone. 78
Residence TelepTione 495
Adv. 6-18-tf
Dr. and Mrs. F. E. McClane and
children and Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Ad Ad-cock
cock Ad-cock of Ocala arrived in the city Mon Monday
day Monday in their motor car to attend the
B. Y. P. U. encampment. Dr. Mc McClane
Clane McClane is the1 leader of the orchestra.
Lake City Index.
35 Cent Specials
In the Window.
The Jeweler.
Bring in Your
Watches and Clocks
Repairing Guaranteed
Next fo Express Oflice.
No Daintier lunch
Can be imagined than' one prepared
from our deTilefl jl?am or tongue,
luncheon cheese Jolives and a hun hundred
dred hundred other dainty and appetizing specialties.-
And I they can be made
ready in a few Jkioments. Jio bother,
no cookin2nst open and serve.
Better IirtffT a snpply on hand. They
arc mlttiy handy to hare in the
J. LSmilh Grocery Co.lJ
I . .
Xft to Ooafa alionaI IUnk

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By deciding your banking connections in favor of the Munroe 8c Chamblis3
Bank, you are deciding in favor of your own enterprise.
. Your business will benefit from the thorough and complete banking service
this organization maintains. You can secure here the many advantages your
financial affairs demand. l
Allow us to demonstrate to you the quality of our service. Our officers
will be glad to consult with you.

j. r. JE.KIS,

General Building Contractors
303 Osceola Street, Ocala, Fla. PHONE 389. Block Northeast of l'osioffice
We are prepared to handle all branches of Building Work, no matter how large or small.' We offer our
services and materials. Carpentry, Masonry, Brick and Stone, Plumbing Steam Fitting, Lathing and Plas Plastering,
tering, Plastering, Roofing, Blacksmlthing, Special Iron Work, and all other branches of building.
We OfTer to the Trade Lime, Cement, Plaster, Roofing, Sewer Pipe, Plumbing nnd Steam Fitting Supplies and
Ruilding Brick, Both Common and Pressed.

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ANY reasonable:

We are determined that the summer months
shall be live ones and to accomplish this we are
going to give a new $375 piano each month to the
highest bidder, provided bid is as much as half of
the wholesale cost of the piano. Think of getting
a magnificent piano for half of what we pay for it
by the carload! Call and see the piano. Also .ex .examine
amine .examine our books and ascertain that we sell it for
$375. Then make your bid, and if same is bigger
than all others that will have been made on July
19th the piano is yours. Bid as soon as possible,
also as much as possible, as your chances to win are
thereby made better. In case of a tie in bids the
two contestants can simply meet at our store and
draw straws to see who shall have the piano, or full
credit for amount of the bid will be given each per person
son person on the purchase of a piano. Don't delay, but
write or bring" us your offer at once.
This offer is positively on the level, as are all
propositions of this time honored house, and we re refer
fer refer you to any bank in Ocala or'Florida as to our
Write for catalog of the piano we are giving
away, or better still, call and see the piano, and
don't fail to make your bid before July 19th.

LUBDEN & BATES, Piano Co. Co.-A.
A. Co.-A. M. LANSFORD, Manager,

Local showers tonight or Tuesday,
except fair northwest portions.
t I I. -I . li
Lost, Found, Wanted, For Sale Sale-For
For Sale-For Rent and Similar Local Needs
FOR RENT Offices 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 Carn. 5-31-tf
WANTED Three milkers who
can milk with dry hands. Anthony
Farm Co., Anthony, Fla. 6-28-4teod
LOST Ladies' gold watch, hunt
ing case No. 16o5510, Waltnam
movement No. 14190383. Finder
will be suitably rewarded by return returning
ing returning same to the Star office. 7-2-61
RAGS WANTED Anyone having
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 somewhere
where somewhere between the Ocala Plumbing
& Electric Company's office and the
postoffice. Finder please leave same
at the Star office. 7-l-6t
WANTED POSITION By a thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly experienced dry goods, shoe
and clothing man, 32 years old, 12
years of steady employment. Ad
dress box 4G2, Ocala, Fla. ?-5-3t
LOST A bunch of keys, some somewhere
where somewhere between the residence of Dr.
Hood and the postoffice. Finder
please return to Star office. 7-C-Gt
LOST Link cuff button, gold with
cuip diamond in largest end. Suita Suitable
ble Suitable reward for return to Star office.
F.A; mmm
Gil E. Adams St. Phone 497.





We sock the knifeinto prices on Hardware. A
big business at little, prices is our way of doing bus business.
iness. business. ' ;
We are not afraid that our business is soon go going
ing going to blow upr We are here to stay, by carrying
what the people want and by doing a square busi business.
ness. business. ;

larion lard ware 'C

A Poss of Citizens Intent on Aveng-
ing an Outrage
Bonifay, July 7. A large posse of
citizens of Holmes county are
mg towara .iananna, where a young
negro is held a prisoner on the charge
of a criminal assault on a six-year-old
white child at Esto.
The child will die. She was left at
homo alone by her parents.
drove to the home of a
turning late in tne ev
they discovered the
whole, section is in fev
the negro is secured he.
Dysentery is a
ofte na dangerou
be cured. C
Cholera and
cured it even
less thanto

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Phone 118.

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j Jacksonville, July 7. Sheriff T, J?.
jcherry, of Clay county, Florida, ad
march-(joining this, Dural, county, was shot

and killed by Roscoo Smith, a negro,
at Yellow River yesterday morning,
theioegro later being captured and
lynched by a mob of infuriated citl-zer




ocala Etfksisti Star, moxdaV, jtly 7, ibi3


If I had onfy Aacf
flui money in tne

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How many times have you said, or your friends
said: VI 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.

.171? Fav 4 nrr rem iniercM en

Savings Accounts

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Undertaker Smitb, phones 10 & 94.

K. of P. meet tonight.

Elks meet tomorrow evening.

Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.

' Board of Trade Wednesday night.

F. U. of A. meet Thursday night.

Woodmen meet Friday night.

Buttermilk at Gerig's Drugstore, tf

The holidays must give way to the
dog days.

The average wife earns more than
she receives.

Only girls without
afford to marry poets.

appetites can

Buttermilk at Gerig's Drugstore, tf

Rev. W. It. Lambert, after a severe
spell of sickness, is up again.

The civic committee of the Board
of Trade will meet tonight.

Menfolks, ask to see the OLUS at
Rivers' Habadashery. 7-3-4t

If wishes were autos. the supply of
gasoline 'would soon be used up.

Mr. t3eo. H. Ford came in this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon from Jacksonville.



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

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

Oue of our optimistic young men
is thinking of remodeling his castles
in the air into an aeroplane garage,

DR.-W, K. JiAXB Specialist, Eye
Far, Nose and Tlroat.' Office Law

Library Building, Ocala. Adv.

Mr. John Tarver has returned
home after a ten day visit with

friends and relatives in Savannah

The officers and men of Co. A, 2nd
Regiment (the Ocala Rifles) left this
morning on the A. C- L. train for
Black Point, near Jacksonville, where
they will be in camp for the next ten
days. The roster of the company is
as follows:-
Captain F. E. Weihe; Second Lieu Lieutenant
tenant Lieutenant H. C. Campbell; Sergeants
Joseph Anderson, F. L. Booher, L. D.
Geiger, E. P. Martin, Geo. C. Woods;?
Corporals Leslie Bostick, I. N. Col-f
clough, Curtiss Crom, W. E. Gwynni
J. M. Leitner, L. A- Snow; Artificer
J. H. Simpson; Cooks Roberts, Potl
ter; Privates W, A. Altman, W. 2
Bailey. W. R. Chaker, H. E. Crump
ton, G. H. Dorr, W. E. Flanders, Roy
Galloway, W. E. Hall, T. B, Harley,
WT. T. Hood, W. A. Johnson, John
Loos, J. F. Marsh, R. L. Marsh, E.
A. Mobley, Gordon Moorhead, C. I.
Mooney, M. Mason, I. B. McGahagin,
C. Pfifer, J. H. Roberts, Richy, M. V.

Samson, T. J. Scarborough, Leland

Smith, Lawton L. Smith, G. Spencer,
A. C. Strickland, T. J. Swearinegn,

E. Thomas, J. R. Thomas, G.
Thompson, G. Lu Tillis, W. E. Vann,

R. D. Whelpy, I. C. Whisenant, Brad

ford Wrilliams, J. R. Winrich, H.
Wofford, A. Woods.

Ill 11 IB

If yoa have any Items for tM de department,
partment, department, call Phone 10.


One of the best tbinsa about

ing in love is that it keeps you frc

thinking about your other troubles!

Try our ice cold buttermilk. Re Received
ceived Received daily from the Ocala Heights

ti t i

rty and collect P"'"'

take charge or prope

tho rent, keep up repairs
the taxes,

and pay

Aent Tor a dozen of the best Fire- insurance companies in the
country. Thoroughly competent to care for your insurance business.
" I Will be Pleased to Care; for your Business in Any of These Lines.



Phone 28a

Call op rSione 300 and Let cs Givc,an Estimate ci Your


Wc Guaranie lo Save Yea Money on Any Work In Our tines

A we employ none lswt espertu, ire are In pomldon to guarantee eT eT-ery
ery eT-ery piece of nork we eBlrn't lo tnnl the Inxpeetton of tip mot
rlstlil lnpe'lor-. It eowl tiothlnc to Kel or fijeurcit, Hml yon nre the
winner, whether we secure the eontret -or' not. Ulve trial.
; H., W. 'nPUCKER.'



Messrs- H. h. Hutchinson and G. It.
Kills, prominent citizens of Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, are at the Ocala House.

Another fresh supply of Ferris
meats just arrived. H. FJ, Masters
Company. f-2-3t

Mrs. George Feltham will enter entertain
tain entertain the W. C. T. U. tomorrow after afternoon
noon afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Ask to see the new Ansco folding
pocket camera. It new and nifty.

The Court Pharmacy. 7-3-6t

The many friends of Mr. Chas. W.
Cleveland wer delighted to see him
again, he having completed a week's
visit in Ocala with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. George Wesley Cleveland.
Mr. Cleveland has been away from
Ocala nearly two years. Before he
left Ocala he was a valued" employe
of the Munroe & Chambliss Bank.
Resigning this position he went to
South Carolina to take a position and
from there to Atlanta, Ga., where he
now holds an important position with

the National Biscuit Co. Mr. Cleve

land was very popular in Ocala and

ms irienas are pieasea wun the suc success
cess success he has attained in Atlanta. He
left Ocala Sunday evening to resume

his duties athatr-plac.-


Judge Ww. E.Smith will soon b
ble to beat a sailor tying knots. In

his office this morning, after issuing

them the license sr joined in wed

lock Miss Annie Belle Meredith to

Mr, V, T. Turner. This young cou

pie was from the neighborhood east

f the city.

Men under the direction of En

gineer J. It. Moorhead are at work

fixing the inequalities that have ap

peared under the bricks on the public

square. rne gutter that made so
much trouble across the northeast
corner has been eliminated, and the
men are now at work on' the lagoons
at the Munroe & Chambliss Bank and

Court Pharmacy corners. Some work

was done on these places some
months ago, but stopped, and the
ponds were as bad as ever after the
rains, but there Is reason to hope

they will be permanently remedied


Mr. J. D. MacDonald of the Ocala
Northern visited friends in Palatka

The Y. P. T. U. will meet with Mrs.
Geo. W. Martih Thursday night at 8

Messrs. WVM. Gobor, Charles God-

dard and E. I. Stapp motored to
Dunnellon Sunday afternoon for par paraphernalia
aphernalia paraphernalia to be used in the K. of P.

work by the Ocala lodge tonight.

They came very near having to swim

in some places, but came thru all

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

Company. 7-2-3t

The Moose will have an important

meeting at the new club rooms in
the Colonial next Thursday evening,

The county commissioners are in and all the members are requested to

session today, and the school board preset,

will be tomorrow.


Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jeffersofr

Phillips, of 1603 Hubbard street,
Jacksonville, aniunince the approach approaching
ing approaching marriage ortheir daughter Mary,
to Mr. Edgar Hillary Price, of Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, D. C, the wedding to occur
on the evening of July the 21st, at
6:45 o'clockjit the First Baptist
church, tie ReTrirTHobsSiTdrficlat-

Tng7""This announcement will be of

much interest to the many friends of
this charming young lady who was
reared to young womanhood in this
city, which was her home, until
quite recently when the family mov moved
ed moved to Jacksonville.
Miss Ellie Tydings, who during
her leave of absence from the Mex

ican mission field has been taking a

course at the Florida State Colleffe

for Women in home economics with

the view of introducing the course in
a girls' school in Mexico of which
she is the teacher, left this week for
Key West, where she will take steam

er for her return to Mexico, eoinc:

by way of Havana and Vera Cruz.
Miss Tydings is a Florida missionary
and her many friends who enjoyed

her stay in Tallahassee, and who hate

to give her up for another long
term of years, are old time acquaint

ances and relatives. Tallahassee

items in Times-Union.

Miss Tydings is a sister of Mr. C.

R. Tydings of this city and is ereatlv

loved and a most charming woman.
Her work in the foreign field shows

a wonderful and noble love for hu

manity and its cause.

Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Howard will
leave tomorrow afternoon for Cham Champagne,
pagne, Champagne, ni., to be the house guests of
their father and sister, Dr. and Miss

iMary Howard and brothers, Messrs,

Charles and Hartwell Howard.. They

go especially to be in attendance

upon the annual reunion of the How

ard family which is celebrated each
year upon Dr. Howard's birthday,

July 12. The family of forty, mem

Loers will have a magnificent banquet

at the Hotel Beardsley to do honor

to this noble man s 83rd year, and,
his many Ocala friends join in hearty
good wishes for many more happy
It is with sincere regret we note
the illness of Mrs. B. A. Weathers at
her home on Pine street.

Miss Beatrice Sinclair left Monday

or Jacksonville where she will

spend several days as the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Wright before go going
ing going to her home in Ocala. Miss Sin Sinclair's
clair's Sinclair's friends in this city will be in

terested to know of her approaching
marriage to Robt. W. Rowe of Quin-

cy. This pleasant event will take
place in Ocala on Wednesday, July
9th, and the young couple will be at

home to their friends on July 21st at

Quincy. Miss Sinclair has made her

home in Tallahassee for several years

and has many friends here who wish

her all happiness in her married life.

Tallahassee Tfue-Democrat.

A Word oi Safetf,

Responsible banking has been the policy of this
institution since the first day the doors were opened.
Our continuation of this policy is an absolute
guarantee of safety for your funds, and it is on our
j record of responsibility that we have no hesitancy in
asking you to participate in the advantages of this
i bank.





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"an honest man may have a bad title through no fault of his own"
"a good man does not always mean a good title V
4 .' .
"men pass away, tides run on forever.
"an abstract of tiUe is the only means by which yon can determine
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their trip to the lake next Thursday.

All members requested to be present.

Prof. J. H. Workman returned to

Gainesville this morning after sev

eral days spent in the city.

The many friendg o.f Mr. Charles

V. Miller will regret to hear that he

is suffering from a siege of chills.

The weather was quite torrid yes-Mr. Miller is at Hot Springs, Ark.,

terday morning, but after the heavy taking the baths for his rheumatism

rain began the air was much cooler,

and last night" and today have been

very agreeable

An operation was performed en

Mr. B. F. Wallace at the hospital this

morning. A leg was amputated, and

Mr. Robert Adams will leave with- at last accounts he was resting easy

in the next few days for a visit to his

wife in DeMoines, Iawa.

Pan-cake flour, we have it
some with our Richelieu

syrup. H. B. Masters Cq. 7--3t

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rllO.N'ES OSes, No. 333: CrTjIcOlano's Residenco. ,Ko. 407.
OSes Suite 1 to 7, Holder Eloe.k. Southwest -Cortffr P-.'i::s Equira

Mr. Bradford Williams, who o

the past year or so has been secre-

Ha,ve tary to Mr. Edwin Spencer, was ad

maple lmittd to the bar, after a most cred

liable examination in Tallahassee

and later returned to bla home in

The Dunnellon Advocate inquires Indiana. Miss Beulah Carrington

what has become of the Phosphate nas taken the position as Mr..Spen

City's ball team. It was too go$d a cer'S stenographer and typewriter.

bunch to disband,

udge Wca. E.. Smith, Saturday af

Complete line of photo supplier ternoon, issued A liciense to we4 to

cards, films, etc. Ours is theoted Mr. Glover DeBhamand Miss Septa

Ansco line, Qnce used, always used. Strickland, a young Jbouple from Red

The Court Pharmacy. 7--6t dick

Mr. Frea btaniey arrivea m me A rather unusual shipment of sew

city Saturday from waucnuia tq iug machines for Ocala was received

spena me wees ena wun nis ramuy, today by Mr. B. Goldman. It was a

solid carload of the Free machines

V""6 aic ola 'tuufc im,n7 of which have alreadv been

auu au.pai uuuufc d, ut scld. A demonstration of their use-

biest thins you've seen lately is tne wl be demonstrated within

shirts without tails at Rivers' naD-


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the next few weeks at ilr. Goldman

store, ..

ernoon to remain until after his mar

riage to Miss feeatrice Sinclair on

Wednesday at high noon.

Early Friday morning the fam

ilies of Messrs. J. P. Phillips, J. C.

Smith and J. C. Geiger with Mr. S. H.

Martin and Senator Carney will

eave Silver Springs on the City of

Ocala for a two weeks camp at Sil-

ver Springs Glen on Lake George,

some twelve miles above Salt Springs

and opposite the world famous Jun Juniper
iper Juniper Spring, where they expect to

have the time of their lives. The

City of Ocala's crew will consist of

Messrs. Weller Carmichaol, Robert

Tydings and map. "Friday." After
getting the party comfortably tent tented,
ed, tented, etc., the boat will return to Sil Silver
ver Silver Springs until notified to go after

them. Mrs. Weller Carmichael and
baby will make the boat trip with

them, returning with her husban

Miss Mary Burford, who has been
the charming guest of Mrs. Gay Liv Livingston
ingston Livingston at her home in Kissimmee,
left Saturday for Pass-a-Grille, where
she is the guest of Misses Hallie and
Esther Ley for some days, before re returning
turning returning home.

Miss Mattie Bradley returned to
Crystal River yesterday afternoon
after spending the foarth with

friends in this city.

Mrs. J. B. Willisr who has been the

guest of Mrs. W. W. Clyatt, return returned
ed returned to her home in. Crystal River Sat Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Chazal and
family who are spending the week

end at Woodmar, were joined Satur Saturday
day Saturday evening by their sons, Messrs.

Charles and John.

Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Weston and

family leave on the early train
Tuesday morning for an extended

trip through the northeast, returning

late in the autumn.

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Johnson and
party of friends are anticipating a
delightful outing on the gulf coast,

going down sometime this week.

tiice summer, and will have guests to
enjoy things with them.. Pablo
Beach items in Times-Union.
A delightful little dance was given
Saturday at the Colonial by Miss
Mary Skipworth for her guests, Miss
Hagon of Atlanta and Misses Johnson
and Robinson of Ocala. White
Springs items in Times-Union.

Mrs. R. V. Atkisson and daughter,

Miss.Lucile left Tuesday for Atlanta
for a visit with Ji&srriyitjx which

they will go- to Springfield, OiflgTTir

spend the balance of the summer.
Florida Index.

Mrs. R. B. Spier returned home

this week from Ocala after a visit of
several weeks with her daughter.

Mrs. Dallas Jeffcoat. Plant City


Mrs. Sylvan IcElroy and baby ar

rived today from Orlando for a visit
to Mrs. McElroy's parents, Mr. and

Mrs. John Dozier.

Miss Alice Campbell is home from

a pleasant visit to friends by the

Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hill and eon

Raymond and Mr. T. L. Delaney of

St. "Augustine motored to Ocala Sat

urday night to visit Mrs. Hill's sis

ter, Mrs. P. V. Leavengood. Yester-

Miss Mary Burford will pass thru day the party, accompanied by M

the city Monday from Ocala on her
way to Pass-aGrille to spend some

time with friends. Tampa Times.

Mrs. Maude Home and children of

Ocala are guests of Mrs. T. N. Lim-

baugh at Kingsley Lake. Starke

Telegraph -

An ordinary piano contains about!

a mile of wire. Aniericatt genius will

yet benefit humanity by inventing a

wireless piano for amateurs.

The Riverside ball team stopped ia

Starke on the war Jnome and defeat

ed the nine of that city on the fourth

bv a score of 11 to 7.

At the recent meeting of the Put

nam county school board, Miss Mfti
iam Pasteur was appointed to teach

for another year in the Palatka high
school. Prof. R. W. Van Brunt," for formerly
merly formerly of Ocala, is principal of that

E. C. Greenwood, wbo has been

living at Ocala, is suffering from a

very painful abscess in the throat,
and is at home in South Jacksonville

with his parents. -Metropolis.


Mr, deiDkrt Moody spent Satur

day and Sunaay with friend3 In the

citv. returning to Wlldwood this


In the recorder's court this morn morning,
ing, morning, Carl Frank, on two charges, was
ined $50 and costs. Not be'&S ab!?
" .-ft t r

to pay, co remains in jaii.

From all reporrake receive from

Ocalans In the nortt. states, It Is

much hotter up that if ay than it Is

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here In Florida

Fresh buttermilk erfry day at the

Postoffice Drugstore. G-24-tf

Mr. and Mrs. Jake lirown c

ingly entertained the members pi the

Eastern Star ob Saturday evening at
a motion picture party at the Temple.

Fifty members were present kind alii

greatly enjoyed the beautifuT"pro beautifuT"pro-gram
gram beautifuT"pro-gram and especially the delicious ice
course served afterwards at Trox Trox-ler's.
ler's. Trox-ler's. Miss Annie Sharpe returned this
afternoon from a delightful visit of
several days with Mrs. George Mac Mac-Kay
Kay Mac-Kay and family at the lake.
MI3S Eugenia Fuller, who has been

quite indisposed for several days, is
much better and will leave very soon
for a series of visits to friends and
relatives in North and South Caro Carolina.
lina. Carolina. Mrs. Mary Dodge Maddox will
leave within a few days for a series

of visits with friends and relatives

in South Carolina.

Miss Jean Teague of Lady Lake" is j

the charming guest of Mrs. Thomas

Caldwell at her home in Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. She is en route to North Car Carolina,'
olina,' Carolina,' where she will enjoy an ex extended
tended extended visit with friends and rela relatives.
tives. relatives. Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Scott, Mr. and
Mrs. John II. Taylor and their aunt
and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Hussey
from Jacksonville, will spend the
greater part of this week at their
delightful little cottage at North

Lake Wei5. .mm-

Mr. Robert Webber Rowe of

Quincy, arrive Tn Ocala Sunday,aft

Mr. Edwin Swain, the great bari

tone singer, was a guest In, the city

this morning, coming down from
Anthony, where lie is spending his
vacation with hi parents, Mr. and

TThe music"l6vlttj

Mrs. E. II. Swain

public will have tfte privilege of hear

ing Mr. Swain on the evening of the

15th at the Temple. He comes here

under the auspices of the Woman's


Miss Josephine Bullock left Friday

night for Jacksonville, where she day.

will be joined today by her sister,

Miss Musie and together they will go

to Tallahassee to be the guests of
Miss Omera Holloway for several


Miss Mary Skipwortn win give a
ball on the Fourth of July compli complimentary
mentary complimentary to her guests, Misses Hagon

of Atlanta and Johnson and Robin

son of Ocala. Mrs. Ar-

and Mrs. Leavengood went tjorpalr-

field, and this morxlrttsMrs. Leaven Leavengood
good Leavengood and son Hansel -accompanied
them to St. Augustine where. Hansel

will spend a month and Mrs. Leav Leavengood
engood Leavengood a week or two and will then
go to Milledgeville, Ga., to visit her
sister, Mrs. L. M. Jones before re

turning home.


Mr. and Mrs. Julius Calhoun, aft

er an extended wedding trip to Ashe-

fille. Lake Toxaway and other pop

ular resorts in the mountains of

North Carolina, have returned to the
city and are now at home" to their
friends at the residence of Mr. A. G.

Philipps, on Sixth street. Palatka


Vi i ,,'

Mr. and Mrs. John' T.

Oklawaha were visitors j


Col. W. E. Kay, Miss I?

and Miss Helen Munsc

York City, left yesterday

the round trip to Sanford v-.
Jacksonville Metropolis, 5t

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Mr. and Mrs. Charles 1

and two children of Ocala,
Ing Mrs. Muncaster's parenw,

and Mrs. W. E. Ka-Sstlde

thur Krrkland of Tampa entertained avenue. Jacksonville Metropolis.

at auction bridge Monday afternoon

for the house guests of Miss Mary

Skipworth, Miss 'Hagon of Atlanta

and Misses Johnson and Robinson of

Ocala. It was one of the most de

lightful occasion 3 of the season.

White Springs items in Times-Union.


Mrs. Nell Nash and Mrs. Flora
Strunk of Ocala, are visiting their
mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Anderson,

and brother. J. E. Anderson. Terra i

Ceia items in Tampa Tribune..

Mrs. C. A. Liddon, Miss Iola Lid-

don, Miss Frances Liddon and Mrs.

C. R. Raysor, baby and maid, have
come down for a long stay. They

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they have plansall made for a rery

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A Romance of the
Goido von Horv&th
and Dean Heard
Cepjrlgbt, 3313, by V. G. Chapman la the United
Stales axul Great Britain.
TVhen Rositta regained conscious consciousness
ness consciousness she looked around for the Trap Trap-pist
pist Trap-pist monk whom she had called
Robert. At first, when she saw no
one, she felt as though she had had a
dream, but she felt the package in
her bosom and she knew that it was
no dream.
She did not weep. Her eyes were
dry and hard. She slowly unwrapped
that medallion and looked at that lock
of glossy hair. The portrait of her
own child and a lock from her head!
She repressed her feelings resolutely
and left the room with a firm step.
She passed through several rooms,
nodding cow and then to the people
she met, until at last she arrived at
her own door.
She entered and locked the door.
and sank into a chair; not to give way
to her sorrow and sob, not to pray for
consolation, but to curse the cruel
fate that had robbed her of her only
child, the only pure, clean, innocent
thing in her life.
She looked at the clear, smiling eyes
gazing at her from the exquisite little
portrait. Still she did not weep; her
mouth was tightly closed, and the
corners slightly drooped.
"You have taken her from me!" she
hissed to the invisible foe. "Yoa
wanted to crush me!" She shook her
clenched hand toward that phantom
pictured in her brain. "But you can cannot.
not. cannot. I am stronger. Until today there
was one pure spot in my soul; I had
one being whom I loved unselfishly,
whom I wanted with me always, yet I
would not let her live in my atmos atmosphere,
phere, atmosphere, because I wanted her to be all
that I was not. And now. she is
gone!" She groaned in anguish.
l Iff
"I -Will Make the Whole World Suf Suffer
fer Suffer for My Loss."
"God! Are you the God of Love
that Christ told of, or are you the
vengeful, terrible God who vents his
wrath, 'till the seventh generation?'
You have taken my love; now my
heart is black and -empty of all save
She became calm; her pale face was
expressionless, her movements meas measured.
ured. measured. "Nobody shall know that I have
suffered." She stepped before the mir mirror
ror mirror and looked at herself. "But mil millions
lions millions shall suffer. I will make the
whole world suffer for my loss.
"No more love, not another tender
feeling shall creep in my heart." Her
eyes glowed fiercely.
"I swear, by all the devils of the
underworld, that I will plunge the
world into mourning, that rivers, of
tears shall flow to repay me for my
heart's blood."
After a few minutes work before
her mirror, she emerged from her
room as rosycheeked as ever and
smiling. At first her steps were slow,
but they soon quickened, and by the
time she arrived at the concert hall
nobody could have told that she had
gone through a terrible ordeal.
The last entertainer was leaving
the stage when she entered the room.
No one, save Mr. Hale, knew of her
long absence from the hall. When
she met Astra she felicitated her on
the success of the'eoncert.
When the gueats had left, Astra and
the countess retired into the little
room that was reserved for family
"You will soon be the happiest
woman on earth, my dear," remarked
Itositta, casually.
"I am happy now, my dear girl,"
imlled Astra.
"The gods have given you a won wonderful
derful wonderful temperament, my dear Astra.
You, with" your calm, serene nature.
wera created to be happy. You sim simply
ply simply shed the difficulties of life."
"Why, dear, are you unhappy?"
"Unhappy?" A sigh escaped the
countess lips, a spark of fire gleamed
In her eyes, then a smile parted her
coral lips. "A person with a tempera temperament
ment temperament like mine never could be happy.
My selfish mind craves just the thing
come one else has, and if I should
rob that person I would get tired of
the object and cast it away." She
looked at Astra, but Astra only smiled
serenely, not taking Itositta's remarks
seriously.-; ;:: r-;.
"Such, is my fate, my dear. Tell
me, am I responsible for being such,
an unhappy combination? Am I to
be judged by the same measure as
you, who cannot bpip tut be good?".


"'"'We "all have" paaiions. Mine are
for liberty, peace."
"Liberty, peace," repeated Rositta.
then relapsed into bought. Had Astra
been able to read those thoughts, she
would have had cause for alarm. Her

brain was filled with war, destruction j
and mourning all over the. world.
The next evening Itositta returned
to Ciryne, with Santo3 at the wheel
of the aercdromone.
Napoleon and Astra watched the
great bird disappear in the western
sky, and then Jiey walked silently to
a seat that overlooked the city. Na Napoleon
poleon Napoleon talked for the first time about
his love for her. Astra was calm, but
she rose quietly and stood looking at
the pulsating city below them. Their
love had been understood between
them, although they had never spoken
of it. Yet It made her heart throb
with happiness to hear his tender
words. He rose and gently taking
her arm, they walked among the
plants that grew on the rcof. A faint
sound cf music came to their ears.
"Have you ever thought of the fu future?"
ture?" future?" asked Napoleon, after a silence.
"I have, Napoleon. I have thought,
that when we have finished our task,
when we have done the things my
father wished done for the good of the
United Republics, then we may retire
to that little island where your mother
lives, and rest and be happy until the
end of our days. There your genius
will create new, 'useful tning3 that
will make humanity happier, things
that will help eradicate poverty and
"Dear girl! I have a premonition
that the days you dream of are still
far off; that those intriguers in Eu Europe
rope Europe are planning and scheming and
that when we least expect it, trouble
will begin. For that reason, I believe
it best to plan our marriage now.
Some of the jesters over the ccean
have already begun tp discuss our sit situation
uation situation with heartless cynicism."
They stopped and stood silent for a
moment, then Astra leaned her head
on Napoleon's shoulder and tenderly
and lovingly she Whispered:
"Your thought is my thought; I will
follow wherever you lead."
In the meantime the aerodromon?
was rapidly nearing Ciryne.
Rositta had sat motionless for a
short time, her mind revolving all the
details of her plan.
- Santos sat with his hands on the
wheel, eyes straight forward, watching
the faint yellowish glow that marked
the horizon. Hi3 heart throbbed with
happiness. He felt the presence of
the woman who was playing with him.
"Mr. Duprel!"
The dreaming man turned toward
the picture of his dreams, letting the
bird fly Its steady, rapid course.
"Will you answer me a question,
Mr. Dupre!?" she asked appealinglsv
"As many, countess, as you wish to
"First of all. please call mo Rositta
and I will call you Santos."
Santos nodded. He had no more
power to analyze her motives, be
wanted to believe in the things that
were happening.
"Were you ver In love friend
Santos?" -She looked impishly into
Santos' astonished eyes.
"I never was before," he stammered.
"Then you are, now?"
Santos suddenly felt that weakness
that enveloped him in the presence-of
the fair countess leave him; his deep
love had made him brave.
"I am, countess! Hopelessly in
love." His voice was pathetic a ming mingling
ling mingling of longing and despair.
"Why hopelessly, my dear Santos?"
She had laid her hand on his arm, and
repeated the question.
"Because I dare to love you, you; is
my case not hopeless?" Poor Santos
trembled under the strain of the past
half tour- All at once the despair,
the sufferings and his untold misery
were swept awsy in the wave of hap happiness
piness happiness caused by Rositta's arm about
his short neck. He embraced tha ex exquisite
quisite exquisite woman so ardently that she
suffered, but she only replied with a
sweet, sense-ensnaring smile. Santos
declared :
"You have no idea what power you
possess over me. I am your slave.
You can make of me what you will, a
hero or a traitor. I am ready to die
for yoa."
It was not necessary for Santos to
tell this. Rositta knew her power
even better than Santos.
They were nearing Ciryne, and San Santos
tos Santos tried to regain his normal com composure.
posure. composure. Rositta said gravely:
"Listen to me, my dear. We must
be very careful what, we do. I love
you and I want our love to last as
long as wo live. You are all alone,
but I. have powerful connections and
still more powerful enemies who
would prevent our happiness. For
that reason we must plan carefully
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vrnca taii sup away to tnai irure
home of ours, we must be discreet
and cautious.. Do-not tell of our love.
I will meet you whenever I can and
we will leave when the way is clear."
"I am yours, my dear Rositta, but I

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"They Are Right, Count; I Want
Those Crystals."
know my happiness will betray my
The countess gazed straight ahead,
her hand still nestted in Santos. She
"I have been all alone. The Presi President,
dent, President, Mr. Edison and his dear mother
have been very good to me, but I have
longed for someone to be my very
own. I have found you and now I am
bappy, indeed."
Could Santos have.seen behind that
artful schemer's veil, he would have
recoiled, horror-stricken. But he could
only see the tender light in her eyes,
and hear the loving words from her
Contlnup.l Tomorrow
There is more catarrh in this seer
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Ifew' years was supposed to be-incur-!ab!e.
For a great many years doc-
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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-
ifore requires constitutional treat-
Iment. Hall's t Catarrh Cure, manu
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The llotih casf? came to an end
Sunday, when the jury failed to agree
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that another cquaiy than 'Citrus will
be the place. Some heem to think
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case Lake county is responsible for
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mend recommend it. Mi. AIi'?man of Littletown,
Pa., says: "Had eczema on fore forehead;
head; forehead; Dr. Hobson's Eczema Oint Ointment
ment Ointment cured it in two week." Guar Guaranteed
anteed Guaranteed to relive or money refunded.
Price "0c, Pfeiffer Chemical Co.,
Philadelphia and St. Louis. Sold in
Oca la by Tydifca &. Co. Adv.
Perfected Dish Washer.
The invention of a Chicago hotel
steward fills a long felt want. It is a
machine that will wash and dry 18,000
dishes in an hour. Moreover, it nseds
the supervision and help of only two
Form of Eczema
Fvlethod of Home Treat Treatment
ment Treatment that is Very
T.'icre i-i probably no other remedy
so v, el! known as S- S. S. for the blood.
And for this reason it is the one rem remedy
edy remedy invariably calSe.i for in treating
jfuritlj and cth r skin dlasea. But
tnere are ir.n
si st" uj'i ha '.
r.s go-si.'' fcj
Ar-.'.'-i is' thin
v.-i'.n 7.;rr.--.
y j,f?le wh do not jn?
v.s H. H. r. and are easily
try --r.T;'-th:t? els? "-ist
- : t: i 1. If your
if yri'jr siri irritate-1
.i.j'.'js. t-tt-r. j..-?oriasis, or
az.y ou-.t-r T.-I.-a humor if you are
troubled -with pin:!-; or bAls, do not
peririlt yourself to be into buy buying
ing buying sotneliilEsr else," but insJ&t upon
E. S. S. It is really a reraarkable rem remedy.
edy. remedy. It contains one inere-Iien U. tha
aciya purpose of srlricti 13 to stimulate
tlia tissues lo tfte healthy selection of
its OT.n essential nutriment- AnJ the
mescal elements of this ,'nratchless
?Ioo-3. purifier are just as essential to
Teen-balanced health aa the nutritious
erj;ents of the meats, grains, fats and
SU'?.U3 pf tur daily foo-i. These facts
are brought cut irr e. highly interest interest-iri
iri interest-iri t t: on skin Sisea?fcs, compiled by
the i.Kivical departmctit of the Swift
Specie N -Co Is4 t?w;ft liliv;., Atlanta,
Ox Jf Ktail-d fre-. together with a
?fpec.ial 'Her of fcdvufv. to all who ar

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Why is the soda cracker today
such a universal food?
People ate soda crackers in the
old days, it is truebut they
bought them from a barrel or
box and took them home in a
paper bag, their crispness and
flavor all gone.
Uneeda Biscuit soda crackers
better than any ever made before
made in the greatest bakeries
in the world baked to perfection :
packed to perfection kept to
perfection until you take them,
oven-fresh and crisp, from their
protecting package. Five cents.


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ilost accessible beach resort for Ocala and Florida people.
W. II. ADAMS, Owner and Manager
Forty minutes ride from Jacksonville on the finest bathing beach

on the Atlantic coast.

of sea foods. Reasonable rates.


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lantic Coasl
From Ocala

139.05 Npw York and Philadelphia,
Pa., and return. Sold daily to
September 30. Limit Oct's I.
$20.25 Monteagle and Sewanee,
Tenn., and return. July 1, 3, 10,
15, 25, "31; Aug. 4, 14. Limit
Sept. 5. Summer school.
$47.55 Chlcagp, 111., and return.
Sold daily to Sept 3D. Limit
Oct. 31.
IG2.65 Denver Colo.
Limit Oct. 31,
Solid daily.

Stop Overs Allowed. Fast Trains. Steel Pullmans.
For information or reservations call on any. Atlantic Coast Line
ticket agent or M. It, WILLIAMS,
J. G. KIRKLAND, Ticket Agent, Ocala, Fla.
piyision Passenger Agent, Tampa, Fla.

Famous Makers of Rugs.
In the cities or Harput and Si vat
are several firms engaged In the
manufacture of rugs of the best grade
and quality. In Sivaa there are 500
looms, with about l.CQQ operatives,
and in Harput about one-third that
number of looms and operatives.
Nearly all the output of the Slvas
looms is sold In Europe, while the
output of the Harput looms is ship shipped
ped shipped to America.
If yo uare a housewife you cannot
reasonably hope to be healthy or
beautiful by washing dishes,, sweep sweeping
ing sweeping and doing housework all day,
and crawling into bed dead tired at
night. You must get out into the
open 'air and sunlight. If you do this
every day and keep your stomach
and bowels in good order by taking
Chamberlain's Tablets when needed,
you should become both healthy and
beautiful. For sale by all dealers, ad
Relief for the Superstitious.
The composer Rossini could cook
cleverly, and his most celebrated dish
was a pjeparation of macaroni. It was
a contemporary of ftogsjof pljp said,
"An overturned salt cellar Is' only' a
to be. feared when overturned in
gpod dish," which is a good thing for
the superstitious tp remember.
Sallow complexion Is due to a tor torpid
pid torpid liver. SIMMON'S RED Z LFvTER
REGULATOR piiifies and strength strengthens
ens strengthens the liver, regulates the bowels,
sweetens the breath and restores the
rudy hue of health to the cheeks.
Price, largo package, $1; smaU size,
25c. Sold by all druggists, Adv
Marrying Among the PHgrlms PHgrlms-"The
"The PHgrlms-"The Pilgrims of Plymouth Rock
fame did not believe In living single
long after the death of a wile or hus husband."
band." husband." says Rev. Mt Doran, a Xew
England pastor. "The mother of
Peregrine Whjtg. the first while child
born in America, was married to Gov
Wlnslow when she was only 12 weeks
a widow and he eight weeks a wld
o er
During the summer months
mother of young children should
watch for any unnatural looseness of
the bowel?. Whn giv?n prompt at
tention at this time serious trouble
may be avoided. Chamberlain's
Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem
edy can always be depended upon.
For sale by all dealers. Adv.
Small Stns Only the Beginning. -It
Is astonishing how soon the whol
conscience begins to unravel. If a sin single
gle single Etitcn drops; one little sin In Indulged
dulged Indulged In makes a bole yu could pu!
your head tfirpugh. Charles Buxton
Buy it now. Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea RemedxJs al
most certain to be needed before ih'eJ
summer Is over. Buy it now and bsj
preparea ror such an emergency
For sale by all dealers. Adv.


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American plan. Abundance

$35.00 Baltimore, Md., and Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, D. C, and return. Sold
- daily to Sept 30. Limited to Oct
- 31.
$19.20 Knoxville, Tenn., and re return,
turn, return, June 22, 23, 24, 28, 29;
July 5, 6, 12 and .19. Limit 15
days from date ot sale. Exten Extension'
sion' Extension' to Sept. 30.
$37.05 Cincinnati, Ohio, and return.
July 26, 27, 28. Limit Aug 5.
Extension to Aug. 20. L. O. O. M.
Los Angeles and .San Franciscq.'
Low round trip tickets.
Fresh buttermilk every day at the
PostofQce Drugstore. 6-24-tf
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Eenevolent and
Protective Order of Elks, meets the
second and fqurth Tuesday evenings In
each month. Vlsft!ng brethren always
welcome. Chas W. Hunter, E. R.
Joseph Pell, Secretary Aj.
For Cuts Hums and Bniisro
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. II. Polanoo,
Delvalle, Tex., R. No. 2, writes:
"Bucklin's Arnica Saive saved my
little girl's foot. No one believed It
could be cured." The world's best
salve. Only 25c Recommended by
Tydings & Co. Adv
The Ocala Lodge No. 699. Loyal Or Order
der Order of Mbobti, racfct3 each Thursday
evening at 8 o'clock In the Gary buic
ing, third floor. V'sltlng brothers are
Invited to attend our meetings.
Geo. F. Mershor, Dictator.
J3. 1 Stspp, Secretary. aq.
No. S55ixty-Six
Jhji is a prescription prepared especially
Five or six dotes will break any case, an
if taken then ai a tonic the Fever will nq
return. It sets on the liver better thai
Calomel and does not gripe pr sicken. 25i
Young Offender.
A woman left her baby In lta car carriage
riage carriage at the door of a department
store. A policeman found It there, ap apparently
parently apparently abandoned. As be passed
down the street a gamin yelled?
"What's the kid done?" Collicra.
I hereby give notice that I,. Geo. A.
Douglass, have this the 19th day of
May, A. D. 1913, severed my connection
from the- firm pf V,'. fl. Douglass &
manufacturers of'navai stujvs. dofnff
business at or near Electra, Fja.V ani
that from this day henceforth W. iJ.
Douglass Is sole owner of the said bus business
iness business and ifc therefore responsible for
all liabilities and shall have the beneft
of all assets. Geo. A. Douglass.,
Ot Application JW" Tax Deed V'ndfr
lnvrm tf Klortda
Notice is hereby .Viven that C. TL-
Hightower. purchaser -rL'irt 1 ft
rale No. 1212. datet(Of1 n. 4 afcr.'
July. A. D. lS!-Srflled slU cefTr
cate in my office, and has made appli application
cation application for tax deed to Issue In accord accordance
ance accordance with law. Said certificate em embraces,
braces, embraces, th following- described nroi nroi-erty
erty nroi-erty situated In Marlon ccrunty. Fio.
ida. to-wit: Lot 4rub of e4 of sw
of sec 4 tp 15 south, range 22 east. The
said land being assessed at the date of
the issuance of such certificate In the
name .of unknown. Unless said certi certificate
ficate certificate shall be redeemed according to
law. tax deed will issue thereon on the
17th day of July, A. D.-J913. K
. Witness my ofaeial signature and
senl this the 14th day. of June, A.D.
1913. n-ir
Clerk Circuit Court Mafion County,
x'iorma.. iion 16-ZS-S0-7-J4


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