The Ocala evening star

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

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

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

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University of Florida
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Full Text
VOL. 21.

OCALA FLORIDA, TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 1914

SO. 146

mi HUE -'MIM ffll- : tllf ll : ;

WORST ACCIDENT YET RECORDED IN SUB

WAY WOBK

MANY TOILERS CRUSHED WHEN HALF A BLOCK OF
AVENUE CAVED IN ON THEM THIS MORNING

FOURTH

COMMITTEE OF SENATE RECOMMEUDS FOrtMATION

OF SENATE TRADE

o mission

EVIDENCE

iNew York, June 23. Fifty men
were buried alive today .when the
walls of the new Fourth avenue sub subway,
way, subway, under excavation, collapsed.
The accident occurred at Seventy Seventy-sixth
sixth Seventy-sixth street and Fourth avenue,
Brooklyn.
Ambulances, policemen and fire firemen
men firemen rushed to the scene. Within
balf an hour after the accident three
bodies (had .been recovered. Four
others were taken out mortally in injured.
jured. injured. All were badly crushed.
The cave-In extended for half a
'block down, Fourth avenue and was
the worst in the history of subway
construction in Greater -New York.
The victims were working under the
sidewalks when the structure gave
.way and tons of earth, concrete,

bricks and stone crashed down upon
them.
' .. V ..
LOSS OF AT LEAST FIVE LIVES
New York, June 23, 12:08 tp.'ifit
Thirty-two men were trapped to today
day today in the collapse of the Brooklyn
subway. It is believed at least five
are dead. i

SE ATE

HONORS

LETTING

HIM

OLD SOLDIERS

FEDERAL A XI) CONFEDERATE

VETERANS PLACED OX THE
4 SAME FOOTLW

Washington, June 23. For the
first Viime .in its 'history the Senate

today took cognizance of Confeder

ate "Veterans and passed a resolution

offered by Senator Hoke Smith of

Georgia, providing that all civil war
veterans, "whether of the Federal or

Confederate army," shall be eligible

to appointment as fourth class post

masters without any age limit.

1111

HAS

SOMETHING IIE17

OFF LIGHT

REPORTED THAT-JUDGE SPEER
WILL BE ALLOWED TO
RETIRE
Washington, June 23. The pro proposal
posal proposal has been made among mem-

Abers of the House judiciary commit-

Qtee to retire Judge Sperr of Georgia,

by a -bill to be introduced in the
House covering his case. The. law
will provide that a federal judge who
has served continuously for twenty twenty-live
live twenty-live years may retire at his own dis

cretion. The bill will be introduced

shortly.

GREAT FIRE IX GIRARD

Heavy Loss this Morning in an Al Alabama
abama Alabama Town
Columbus, Ga., June 23. Two
wholesale liquor houses, a meat .mar .market,
ket, .market, barber shop and two residences
were burned at Girard, Ala., this
morning. Loss, $40,000, partially
insured.

Dr. W. K. Lane Specialist, Eye,
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office, Law
Library Building, Ocala. Adv.

Advertise in the STAR for results.

DECIDED TO LET FEDERALS AND

V CONSTITUTIONALISTS SET SET-:
: SET-: ) TLE THEIR OWN DIF DIFFERENCES
FERENCES DIFFERENCES

Niagara Falls, June 23. Official

mediation negotiations have ended,
for the present at least. The en

voys of Argentine, Brazil and Chile

are ready to give way to simple ne

gotiations of surrender by the Huer Huer-ta
ta Huer-ta government to the constitutional constitutionalists.
ists. constitutionalists.
NAON THINKS HE HAS SOME-
THING NEW
The plan of tMinister Noan tor
settlement of the Mexican problem,
as laid down before the medlators,
American and Mexican delegates,
under, strict pledge of secrecy, ap ap-peasr
peasr ap-peasr to be to -allow the two fac factions;
tions; factions; in Mexico to settle their dif differences
ferences differences by direct parleys. These
negotiations may be held at Niagara
Falls. The mediation conference
will take a recess while the federals
and constitutionalists are so engaged.

CHAMBERLAIN'S
TABLETS UNEQUALED

Mrs Rose Green, Wabash, Ind.,
writes, "Recently I used two bottles
of Chamberlain's Tablets and found
them splendid, for stomach trouble
and constipation; in fact, I have nev never
er never seen their equal Sold by all
dealers. Adv.

Vasbington, June 23. The open opening
ing opening gun of the administration's anti antitrust
trust antitrust program was fired in the Sen Senate
ate Senate today, when the committee on
interstate commerce reported favor favorably
ably favorably the Xewlands bill for the for formation
mation formation of a federal trade commis commission.
sion. commission.

RIVERS OF BLOOD

LIKELY TO FLOW AT ZACATECAS
. BEFORE THE CITY
IS TAKEN
Canitas, State "of Zacatecas, June
23. The main assault is being de delayed
layed delayed until Villa is ready to throw
his entire army against the city.

Villa summoned Generals Venevi
das, Herrera and Urbina to a con

ference today to lay plans for

storming the city. There are 12,000

men in: the federal garrison-

VILLA'S LEADERSHIP UNQUES

TIONED

All officers accept Villa as their

leader. General Xatera has sent
word that he will obey Villa's orders

and is expected here soon.
BLOODY BATTLE EXPECTED

Indications are that the tfederals

are preparing for a desperate battle

Everything points to the bloodiest

fight of the revolution.

FLORIDA

IS FIRST

COIIFLAGRATIOI)

AT CLEARWATER

MANY THOUSAND DOLLARS

WENT UP IN SMOKE
THIS MORNING
Clearwater, Fla., June 23. The

county seat of Pinellas county was

the scene of a destructive fire this
morning. The nivelty. planing and

crate mills, lumber yard, the Men-

denhall packing house and the
Crutchfield and Woolfolk plant were
burned. The loss is estimated at

$100,000.

DAIRY STOCK FOR SALE

. have had placea in my hands for

sale 100 dairy cows (they are ac acclimated,
climated, acclimated, dehomc-d and brea to reg registered
istered registered Holstein bull); 50 pure bred
Angora' goats; separator; boiler,

milk cans and complete dairy equip

ment; also lots of. farm implements.
E. C. Beuchler, Anthony Farms, An

thony, Fla. 6-2-tf

ESTRY NOTVcE
On April 7th I took up a dark bay

mare, blind in one eye, both rront
feet scarred. Owner can have same
by paying for this advertisement and

cost of keep. J. B. Stanley, Morris-

ton, Fla. 6-3-lm

In Production of Citrus Fruits,
Pineapples, Long Staple Cotton,
Naval Stores, Fuller's Earth and
Phosphate.
Washington, June 23. Another
distinction has just come to the state
of 'Florida. In a bulletin on 'The
Production of Fuller's Earth in
1913" the United States 'Geological
Survey says:
".Florida is the leading Fuller's

eartn producing state, shaving re reported
ported reported for 1913 over two-thirds of
the marketed output of the entire
countryj"
Florida is first in the production
of phosphate, first in the (production
of pineapples, first dn the produc production
tion production of long staple cotton, first in the
production of naval stores, first in
the production of cigars .manufac .manufactured
tured .manufactured from Cuban tobacco, and now
it is officially accorded first rank in
the production of Fuller's earth.

DOES IT CALL FOfl IIIS B-PEACIfflT

COMMITTEE. HOWEVER. FIDOS THAT UAHY OF
OFFICIAL ACTS MEFlllED SEVERE CfliIU.1

IIIS

I

SUED

4

THE COMMISSIOII

INTERMOUNTAIN RATES OF IN INTERSTATE
TERSTATE INTERSTATE BOARD DECLAR DECLARED
ED DECLARED EFFECTUAL
"Washington, June 23. The Inter Interstate
state Interstate Commerce. Commission's so so-called
called so-called intermountain rate orders
were sustained as valid yesterday
by the supreme court which 'held,
at the same time, that the long-and
short haul clause of the interstate
commerce law was constitutional.
Both had been attacked by transcon

tinental railroads.

ESCAPE OF HUERTA

HEADED OFF

Constitutionalists Have Cnt His

Line of Retreat to Pacific
Coast
San Diego, June 23. Ciudad

Guzman, an important railroad cen center
ter center in Jalisco, has been captured by

the constitutionalists, according to a

wireless from Mazatlan today. The

capture of Ciudad Zuzman prevents

Huerta's escape from iMexico City to

the Pacific coast over that route.

CUT FLOWERS-

ASTERS FOR SALE
Long stem, 40 cents per dozen

and $3 per hundred; short stem, 25
cents per dozen and $2 per hundred.

Heintz, the Florist. Cash please. 17

Washington June 23. Finding
the evidence insufficient to impeach,
but severely criticising the jurist on
a number'of official acts, the special
subcommittee of the House judi judiciary
ciary judiciary named to investigate charges
against Judge Emory Speef, of the
Southern district of Georgiai made
its report today. The majority re report
port report is signed by Representatives

Webb of North Carolina, and Fitz
Henry, of Illinois, democrats. Rep Representative
resentative Representative Volstead of Minnesota,
republican, filed an individual report
exonerating the Georgia judge and
objecting o many of the criticisms
made by Webb and Fitz Henry.
"The sub-committee regrets its in inability
ability inability to recommend either a com complete
plete complete acquittal of Judge Speer of all
culpability so far as these charges
are concerned, on the. one hand, or
an impeachment. on the other," says"
the majority report. "We are per persuaded
suaded persuaded that the competent legal evi evidence
dence evidence at 'hand is not sufficient to
procure a conviction at the hands of
the 'Senate. But the subcommittee
does feel that the record presents a
series of legal oppressions and shows
an abuse of judicial discretion
which, though falling short of im impeachment
peachment impeachment offenses, demand con condemnation
demnation condemnation and criticism.
"If Judge Speer's official acts in
the future are marked by the rigor rigorous
ous rigorous and inflexible harshness shown
by 'his record, these charges hang m
a portentous cloud over his courl,
impairing his usefulness, impeding

the administration of justice and en

dangering the integrity of American

institutions."

Notwithstanding disapproval of

many of Judge Speer's acts,- the ma

joruy or tne subcommittee rec-

commends "that no further proceed

ings be had with reference to H. res

olution Xo. 234."

The report was made to the full

judiciary committee and its adop

tion by the committee and House

will end the impeachment case. The

Webb-Fitz Henry report is a docu document
ment document of nearly 100,000 .words and

reviews fully the volumes of testi

mony taken in Georgia on the charg charges
es charges brought against Judge Speer of
favoritism, unfair decisions, improp improper
er improper issuance oft injunctions, arbitrari arbitrariness,
ness, arbitrariness, the use of drugs, tempermen tempermen-tal
tal tempermen-tal unfitness, etc
The investigating committee finds

that "there has been an utter lack of

harmony between the judge and the
bar a well as the people. There
has been an absolute want of effort
V

on the part of the court to make
the. people of that district feel that
their federal court rwas the bulwark

of their liberties, but rather a dispo disposition
sition disposition has been evident on the part
of the judge to punish those who

were unfortunate enough to be
brought into his court on civil cases
as well as criminal (matters.
"An examination of the records in
this case Is suggestive o ftae f act
that early in his judicial career
Judge Speer ascertained the limit to
which Ihe could go before liability to
impeachment for official conduct
would accrue and went as dose to
the line on many occasions as safety
would permit"
In a summary of Judge Speer's-.
court (method the report says that.
Judge Speer has used with tremend tremendous
ous tremendous effect upon juries the right to
sum up the facts in a case. "It wa t
rare, indeed, that a jury was per permitted
mitted permitted to return a Verdict contrary
to his .wishes, regardless of. the the-facts
facts the-facts .says, the report, referring to-ItJge-peer
as a man of "Literary -attainments,
oratorical ability and,
keen intellect. c
The committee says that -it seems
incredible that the famous Huff case,,
involving a large Georgia estate,
should foaye been permitted to drift!
along for so many years in Speer's
court.
That Judge Speer has allowed biff biff-friends
friends biff-friends liberal fees 4n bankruptcy
cases, the report says, cannot be be-questioned.
questioned. be-questioned. However, the report
says, charges have not been sustain sustained
ed sustained that Judge Speer was guilty of
unlawful and corrupt conduct In Incases
cases Incases iwhere his son-in-law had a"
contingent fee. .'
The report also says that the fol-

lowing charges have not been sus sustained
tained sustained to the extent that they should
be made articles of Impeachment:
That he has abused his official
power by using court officials as prl-
rate servants.
That he was guilty of oppressive
and corrupt conduct in allowing the
dissipation of the assets of bankrupt
estates. The committee says, how however,
ever, however, that the dissipation of estates
In certain cases has been "deplor-
able."
That there have been corrupt
abuses of orders dn appointing- re receivers
ceivers receivers without notice or just cause.
It is stated that the circuit court
of appeals has found it necessary to
criticise Judge Speer for reckless reckless-issuance
issuance reckless-issuance of Injunctions.
The majority report sets out that

other charges declared unsustained

to the extent of justifying impeach

ment Include:

That Judge Speer uses drugs ex

cessively. The evidence on this point

Is auite insufficient.

That he used the court funds for

personal uses.

(Conculded on "Eight Page)

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Wliei Woiiei are Given the -Ballot
They will all own a piece of real estate so they can
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men and women, may be in a position to vote, I am
going to put on i within the next few days the most at attractive
tractive attractive real estate proposition, that has ever been of offered
fered offered in Marion County. For particulars

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BY H. SEYMOUR
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North Magnolia St

OCALA

FLA.

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THE OCALA EVE3TCNG STAR, TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 1014

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
SL R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Lea vengood, Business Manager
J. H. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice aa second class matter.

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THE STAR'S NEW SANCTUM

The Star has a new sanctum, or
rather a new workshop, and it hopes
its readers will pardon it if t brags
about It a little. The Star is not suf sufficiently
ficiently sufficiently well versed in bragging' to
do it gracefully, so it had perhaps
apologize for Its Coasting before beforehand.
hand. beforehand.
The Star ;has never been a very
sanctumonlous paper, so, its new
' "workshop looks more immense to it
than it does to anybody else. Its
such a surprise to have things mode moderately
rately moderately convenient and roomy that the
force is in a state of somewhat un undue
due undue elation, which will wear off in
a few days. ; l
As aforesaid, sanotumony hasn't
been the Star's Jong suit. (Messrs.
R. It. Carroll and A. L. Harding
founded tJhe daily a little over nine nineteen
teen nineteen years ago in a corner of the
Florida Baptist Witness office. Mr.
Harding was editor. His editing was
confined to clipping selections from
his exchanges at his home at night.
In the daytime he was too busy at attending
tending attending to the Witness job office, of
.which he was foreman, to do much
. of anything else. He didn't even
have a desk. When .he read a proof,
he would turn a galley upside down
on a case and lay the proof slip on it.
Mr. Carroll, -who has made and car car-Tied
Tied car-Tied on the daily Star, .would scout
around on the streets and pick up
news, which he would note on the
. ihacks of envelopes or paper sacks
.- appropriated from the stores. He
r never could think to put a note book
5' inHiis lpocket. When he got all the
notes The wanted, he would go to the
.t office "and sit down at the extreme
. tcorner of a table, or on a stool by an
"Imposing stone, if he could find one
- cleared oft, -and scratch away. As
the paper grew, he had a table in
.the Witness editorial office a table
on the west side of the building,
where the sun shone in the after after-"
" after-" rneassn hot enough in summer to fry
- veggs -on the window edll. After a
-i couple -or years of this, he became
tirtfdoSf -galloping up and down stairs
3 .forty times a day, and removed his
"stable to the Toom downstairs that
lias leen the Star's hueiness office
ever since.. Shortly after that his
handwriting became so 'bad he
couldn't read (it himself, eo he in in-nrested
nrested in-nrested in a cheap typewriter, which
Si learned how to run In some sort
of a fashion in less than a week.
About that time he annexed a desk,
and his journalistic Jerusalem was
right there attained. Bob isn't much
Jon style, hut if you see a big piece of
-news right oft the hat in the Star, its
a safe gamble he wrote it, for if any anything
thing anything happens, he Is sent after the
clary, (provided he hasn't gone he he-fore
fore he-fore anybody else in the house knows
anything about it. When' he arrives
where the news is, whether It be a
murder, fire, lynching or railroad
emashup, he looks at it and takes

notes on any pieces of paper that

fxappen to be handy. One time, at

tending an occasion out in the woods,

and being utterly unable to find any
paper, he Induced a gentleman with

"him, who wore a white shirt, to
fcake off his coat, and wrote copious copiously1
ly1 copiously1 tipon his hack. Why he takes
':these notes is a mystery, for on
Teaching his desk he Jays them down
by him and never looks at them

again, but proceeds to indite his
story without seeming to have any
other end in view than to get thru
with It as quick as possible. His
'second-hand typewriter has given

place to an up-to-date machine, but

he runs it like the Irishman plays

"he fiddle that is, "by main strength

When he starts on a big story about
the time the paper ought to go to

pTess. he types the first page, pull3

it out of the machine and holds it

out in one hand while he grabs for
a fresh sheet with the other. Somebody-
the devil, the editor, a carrier
toy, or any 'person of little impor

tance seizes the sheet and does a

hotfoot for the linotype. As eoon as
the linotyper gets hold of the first

sheet, a race ensues, of the big ma

enme upstairs trying to eaten up.

with the little one downstairs. Some

body, or two somebodies, brings the
copy as fast as the typewriter reels
It off, and If the big machine catches

tip Us because the linotyper uses all

his fingers while "Bob" only uses
two. So was written the story of the
Summerlin battle, which was printed
and out on the streets before the
gunbarrels cooled, two railroad ac accidents,
cidents, accidents, several fires and a couple of
dynchings all of which happened
late in the day, or couldn't be ob obtained
tained obtained until almost press time.

Mr. Carroll never reads his copy,
nor proof, and is accused of not

reading his own stories after they

are in the paper, -but won't admit it.

j-iKe most newspaper men, he re

gards writing as hard work, and
does no more of it than he has to.

In addition to his typewriter, his

journalistic outfit consists of a desk

with pigeon-holes and drawers. -He
keeps books and stationery in the

drawers, and in the pigeon

holes he puts things that he
wants to forget. Whatever he has
that he wants to keep, he puts
somewhere in the open space that

most people use to rwrite on, and
puts several things on top of it.
When he wants it, he burrows till he
finds it. About once in six weeks he
goes away for half a day or more,
and the bookkeeper cleans up by
carefully throwing away everything

hat looks like it might be of value

She rarely makes a mistake.
Mr. Bittinger, who made the

weekly Star, as Mr. Carroll made the

daily, came into the office in 1897.

For a short time, he had a table in
the Witness editorial room, but soon

wearied of the staircase, and settled

himself at a little table in the busi

ness office downstairs. Here for over

ten years he labored. He sat with

his back to the light before a table

4x3 feet. On this he kept books,

paper, documents, copy paper and

stationery. He did his writing in a

little place about a foot square.

(Every once In a while, he would

go away for a little vacation. When
he did so, his associates would pro proceed
ceed proceed to clean his table off. This they

did by the simple process of turning

it upside down; He never missed

anything, when he returned, hut In

a week the table would be as crowd crowd-as
as crowd-as ever.

But there was no cleaner, nobler

work done on any editorial table. I

Mr. Bittinger heiieved In making

the world better,' and helped the

work the ibest he knew how in his

own little corner. No man hunted
more diligently for good things to

write of other people, and no man

ever took more genuine pleasure in

writing them. (Malicious and un unkind
kind unkind things, and little sarcasms,

never occurred to him. Unjust at

tacks upon himself he never notic

ed. Coming to his work at a time

when the fortunes of Marion county

were at their lowest ebb, he wasted

not even a Mne In regrets. He set

out to help rebuild. He encouraged

and suggested what was good and

helpful and preached the gospel of
improvement day iby day and week
by week.

Mr. Bittinger came to his work on
the Star at an age when men's hands
and eyes became uncertain. In writ

ing, his hand could never keep up

with his thoughts. His copy was

difficult almost impossible to those

not accustomed to it.

But there was an understanding
between him and his printers. If
they could start out on what he

wrote; they could follow the mean

ing to the end. He depended on
them and they rarely failed. When

they made mistakes he treated them
with the utmost good nature. In his

office as well as out, his kindness

and goodwill were inexhaustible.

The. present editor was foreman
of the office when the paper started,
and had edited or helped edit other
papers before he came to Ocala. In
the early days of the Star, he did all

his work at his cases, or on the im imposing
posing imposing stones. Then the -linotype
came in and the men who set type

by hand had to go out. The foreman

was given a little desk at the only

window, in the composing room that

didn t have to be taKen oy some something
thing something else. It was by the only win

dow in the north end of the room

It was a very uncomfortable little
corner, the hottest in summer and
the coldest in winter, and the light
wasn't very good.
. There wasn't so much work in the

corner for a few years, only proofs
to read and advertisements to be

checked off. But the paper grewj
and there was so much work at the
little desk that a Wg table had to
take its place. 'And then the broad-!
minded and deep-soulei Bittinger j
went to his rest eternal, and thej
"sanctum" came upstairs and over i
into the little north corner. The
big table gave place for a bigger ta-j
ble. The paper grew and" the workj
piled up on the table and -' the

shelves around and a lot of .it slop slopped
ped slopped over on the floor.
A few weeks ago, the manage management
ment management decided the crowded north cor corner
ner corner wasn't equal to the dignity
or the work of the paper. It
first tried to move the "sanctum"
into a Toom by itself, separate and
apart from the rest of the work.
But the editor rwouldn't go. A
printer himself, he wanted to stay
with the boys, where he could help

them and they could help him. J
So they, Knocked out a partition J
and opened another room into thej
composing room, and made a great j
big corner, with plenty of light and'

air, a wide table, with desks and
pigeonholes and shelves, and places
for maps on the walls, and enough
room to put anything needful down
without putting it on top of and hid hiding
ing hiding something else that is needful.
But every once in a while, as the
editor sit3 at his 6pacious table,
with everything convenient to hand,
and looks across -the Toom at the de deserted
serted deserted little corner in the north end
- the corner that was not only

workshop but almost home for thir-j

teen years he can't help remember-',

ing that he did more work in that
corner than he will ever do in any
other corner or room or space big or
little on this side of the Styx.

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ICORPORATEO

OCALA, FLORIDA

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TOE DEST IN DATJTIING."

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is saving money when he gives his
daughter in marriage, discovers lat later
er later that he has a son-in-law to support.

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FLORIDA FANCIES

(Fraternal Record)

Premature grey hairs
good to dye young.

cause the

, As soon as a man 'begins to think
he knows a woman thoroughly some something
thing something crops out In her personality
that entirely upsets his calculations.
There is some things that even a
man can't keep to -himself. For in instance,
stance, instance, you" can't always tell when a
gun is loaded, but you generally can
tell when a man is.
The old-fashioned woman who
used to get a cold in her head when

she washed her hair In winter now
has a daughter' who stays in bed and
sends her hair to the dry cleaner.
There should be a lot of beautiful
sentiment about married life, but
the ideal union today is when the
woman gets all she wants to wear
and the man gets all he wants to eat.

1

A woman's troubles are nearly all
things she can't have.

Nobody loves a fat man, and
skinny woman is in the same fix.

a

Old friends may be dearest, but
even the young ones are not always
cheap. 5

liberal views,

liberality to end

Some people have

and allow their

there.
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There never was a man who could
arange the furniture in a room to
suit a woman.
-'..
A woman naturally regards a man
as a riddle when (be prefers a glass
of beer to an Ice cream soda.
,''-
The beat woman isn't the woman'
nobody talks about. It Is the woman
who talks about nobody.
v

In spite of the fact that having

eyes It. sees not, the big' potato al

ways gets to the top of the heap.

In this world the successful man

has learned" that there is no time for
hate, much less for jealousy and
fear.

The old-fashioned man who used

to go down on his knees and propose

to a girl now has a son ? who takes

the girl on his knees.

Every girl has visions of social

conquest when she gets married, but

she Is lucky if she gets to go to a

five-cent theater once a week.

And many a father who thinks he

When they are on- the street to together,
gether, together, after they have been married
for ten j'ears, If father takes moth mother's
er's mother's arm and escorts her, mother
knows that father has been drinking.

BERLIN
Berlin, June 22. The drouth has
at Jast been broken and the farmers
are feeling hopeful that they will at
least make a half crop of corn.
The people of this vicinity met
and cleaned off the Fellowship cem cemetery
etery cemetery last Wednesday.
. Mr. Arthur .Rou, of Fairfield, was
the guest of Mr .and Mrs. T. M. Phil Phillips,
lips, Phillips, last Sunday.
Messrs. Landls BIKch and Roland
Wilkinson were callers in our burg
Sunday morning;
3Ir. Harry McCuIIy disposed of
two loads of" syrup last weefc
Mr. R. W. Ervfn and family are
rliting their grandmother, .Mrs.
Ifll, of Reddfck.
A iprotracter meeting win begin
next Thursday evening, June 25 at
the Fellowship Baptist church, and
will continue a week or ten days.

Everybody is cordially invited to at

tend.
Mr. A. P. Spencer, of Gainesville,

will ffe the guest of Mr. S. J. Mc-

Cully this week. They will visit a
number of demonstrators and mem members
bers members of the Boys' Corn Clubs.

MARION-DUNN MASOX1C LODGE

Marlon-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. 4
A. M. meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of eack moith at
7:30 o'clock, until further noUce.
Baxter Carn, W. i.
Jake Brown. Secretary. Ad

ORDER OF EASTERN STAR

WE HAVE THE BEST GARAGE
in the city to put your automobile in
first-class running order. We have
skilled workmen at our garage, who
pride themselves in putting every everything
thing everything In order, so you can feel as assured
sured assured you can travel with safety and
pleasure after our work Is com completed.
pleted. completed. Send at once to 17 North
Main street or phone, or send mes messenger.
senger. messenger. Luckie's Garage
17 N. Main Street

Ocala Chapter, No. 27, O. E.
meets at Yonge's ball the second and

fourth Thursday evenings of each

month at 7:30 o'clock.
Mrs. Flora Brown, W. M.
Miss Florrie Condon, Sec'y.

ROYAL ARCH MASONS

Regular convocations of the Ocala

Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the

fourth Friday in every month at
7:30 p. m. C. E. Simmons, H. P.
Jake Brown,. Secretary. Ad.

ACCURACY

Morion Cosnty Afeslrocft Cccay
ESTABLISHED 1S2.

GuAi2Ar.i DnoTjnEns,
OCAIA FZA.

Fi4-st consideration and especial attention given to aaab traecx

LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE

Ocala Lodge No. 693, L. O. O. M.,
jeets every Thursday at 8:30 pm.
Visiting Brethren always welcoma 46
the lodge and club house, on Mag Magnolia,
nolia, Magnolia, street near postoffice.
J. D. Rooney, dictator.
J. E. Gates,, Secretary. ad'

OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286', Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks,, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday even even-ngs
ngs even-ngs in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome, piub house
opposite postoffice, east sidel
i David S. Williams, E. R.

Joseph Bell, Secretary.

Ad.

"If It isn't an Eastman it isn's a
kodak." Gerlg'a Drug Stores,
agents. 4 5-lS-if

7"

Co)
Co)

v-T. If you are thinking of -having you house
5: TV. PAINTED OR PAPERED or any INTteRIOR

DECORATING done be sure to see us before

letting your work out. We use nothing but first
class material and have had

OVER 20 YEA DS EXPEDIENCE

t. bucuau(.r w gilt cum o f BUiBlOUUVUt

uur motto is "Lave and Let Live.".:
;v i. J. Cloplia & IValtcr Ic-j

P. O. BOX 428 OCAIiA, FLA.
V v Esitoatco; Given ;

o Yoim RIecdl
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n hiave TUflEPja

lm AE SH222S

POONE ZZ0

The rest room which the OcsSs merduuits nulattli for the

of aw oat of towa Tisiton who are in the dtj for m few hoi

with nothing to do Is located on the corner of Fort filaj arease
and South Sfaia street, opposite the Theas-Zac tiry fnraitcre
store. The ladies especially will find Comfort Lode a coaTcaiest
place-to rest dorias the days shopping. The coarealeacea we are
able to offer at Comfort Ixxc are free and joa are lartted to
take advantage of them. V
juraoR

PM YOUK FAHTH T CALA.
20 Per Cent Real Estate Investment.

Does this Loo!x Good to Yoa?
Two small four-room tenement houses, in good
condition, lot large enough 'for two more houses,
in colored section, just west of S. A. L. Railway,
on South 3d street, now rented to good tenants and
paying 20 per cent on the price asked, $600 for the two.
Titles perfect. If interested see me at once. They will not be"
long on the market at this price.
P A DITTO Real Estate and Fire Insurance

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Phone 285

OCAIiA, FJjORIDA

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Star SubscFipHoni Coeipomis
AVILIi BE REDEE3IED BY
TYDIMGS Si. CO.
AT 10 PERCENT
. For Any Cash Purchase 3Iade During Jane 1914
TYPINGS & COMPANY



THE OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, JUNE 23. 1014

THE
of a Kimball Player Piano by
the simple manipulation of a
little lever, concealed under
the key-board of the piano.
This is the only automatic
device that -lowers and raises
the pedals, covers and uncov--covers,
the expression buttons
and locks and unlocks the
piano keys, with one move-
'
ment, while the operator is
seated at the Instrument.

One of the TEX features of the
Kimball Player Piano
"Never played". pianos taken in
exchange. v
, Sold on partial payment plan If
desired.
Herbert Lattner,
"Artistic Pianos"
OCALA FLORIDA
Send Us Your
Orders For:
I Beams
Channels,
Angles and
AH Shapes.
Boiler Plate
Tank Steel,
Galvanized,
. Copper and
' Zinc Sheets."
Truss Rods,
Stay Bolts
Structural
Iron Work
Of All Kind. v
. ......
All Hard Woods.
i
Launches,
Dories and
Skiffs
Built to
Order:
Boilers and
Tanks Built
To Order.
Pumps for all
Purposes. 1
Competent Force
For Road Work at all
Times.
Merrill-Stevens
Company
Marine Construction and
Repair Shops.
Jacksonville, Fla,
6-124t
Melver & MacKay
Funeral Directors
UUDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
Fle Cssbefs and Burial Robes
D. E. McIYER and C. V. ROBERTS
Ml Work Done by. Licensed. Em
balmers and Fully Guaranteed
O. E. MclVER ......104
a v. roiijSrts soo
rsdertakinir OOce ......
Victimized.
"Did you come back on an all-steel
train?" "When the waiters and por porters
ters porters finished plucking me I felt sore
Outt it was."

PADBtE WHEELS

AMD PROPELLERS
In the Good, Old Summertime, the
" Crooked Water Valley is the
Florida Eden
Silver Springs, June 23. To New
York, clearing from Jacksonville!
The (Clyde) 3Iohawk, Tuesday, June
27 i the Lenape, Tuesday, June 30;
at 2 o'clock.?, m.
To Baltimore, clearing from Jack Jacksonville:
sonville: Jacksonville: The (Merchants and Min Miners
ers Miners Transportation Co.) Somerset,
the Merrimack, the Suwannee and
the Cretan sail 4 o'clock -p. m., on the
days published on their table.
To Philadelphia, clearing from
Jacksonville: The (Merchants and
Miners Transportation Co.) Lexing Lexington,
ton, Lexington, at 4 o'clock p. m. Sunday June
28. :. .v;
" To Savannah take (same line) the
Somerset and the Suwannee at 4
o'clock p. m. on Baltimore dates.
Vessels on the Oklawaha river.
The first of the summer house boats
has arrived in the Blue Grotto of
the Lost Winonah. V
The U. S. power vessel, the Captain
McGuire, Captain Richards, left
Hell's Half Acre, Gore Creek, in Ma Marion
rion Marion county, and arrived at the
Orange Springs shoals for Riverside,
in the Narrows, and then steamed
for Jacksonville, via Welaka; a.r a.r-r'ved
r'ved a.r-r'ved at Jacksonville and put out of
commission for a few days.
The U. S. dredge, Florida, Cap Captain
tain Captain J. Sharp, ha3 reached the sta station
tion station of Riverside.
The Sirus and the Bessie and the
Lunette are with the Florida.
Tne Bessie, a small vessel belong belonging
ing belonging to officers of the Florida, to
Honey Moon Lodge.
The tender Welaka, Captain Carl
Mason, arrived at AVelaka on June
the 13th and then left for Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. The Ottawa, Captain .Gilbert Proc Proctor,
tor, Proctor, ( from Eureka to Welaka, with a
raft of pine in tow.
The tug Princess Irene, formerly
the Oregonian III, Captain Maxie Ma Mason,
son, Mason, arrived at Connor from Welaka.
The yacht City of Ocala, Captain
Frank E. Mathews, to Delks Bluff
on Sunday afternoon.
The freighter, Sharpshooter, Cap Captain
tain Captain E. L. Mills, has arrived from
the "Gem City.', The Sharpshooter
'was in the Blue Roads until Saturday
afternoon when she steamed down
stream for Grahamville, her home
station. She will arrive here again
today. ; .":
The Princess Irene from, Connor
to the Port of Roses, Arden on Sil Silver
ver Silver river.
The pleasure launch, the Welikit,
built by Mr. J. L. Smoak, was rout rout-ed
ed rout-ed overland to Orange Lake.
Mr. Claude Counts, detached from
the Florida to home, and he will
wait orders.
Captain W. C. Mason, detached
from the Welaka, to the G. A. Car Car-mdchael,
mdchael, Car-mdchael, when in commission.
Mr. Ivy Long detached from the
Sharp Shooter to home and wait or
ders.
.Captain (junior grade) Victor Ma Mason,
son, Mason, has been detached from ithe Cap Captain
tain Captain McGuire to home; report to the
Florida.
Captain Richards, detached from
the Captain McGuire and assigned to
official yard duty in Jacksonville.
' The long shoreman, Mr, 'Hudson,
is hauling lumber from Ocala Sto
'this station for the two vessels inow

under construction here. I
From the station of the oranges I
receive almost daily messages of ear early
ly early peaches which are pink, fat and
juicy. They are brought in by
"Unole Peter" Durisoe and are from
the orchard of the writer's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Graham, at "the
Old Home."
Captain E. L. Mills, Engineer
Eric Mills and First Mate Jack Well Well-honer
honer Well-honer climbed aboard the upper
decks" of their bicycles Friday af afternoon
ternoon afternoon after their 'boat had steamed
into the Blue Roads and wheeled ov overland
erland overland to the capital, Ocala, and en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed "palousers," the "movies" and
the floating music of the iband from
Marion county. The engineer and
the first mate returned to their boat
here Friday night, but the captain
remained over in the city with Cap Captain
tain Captain Dobbs, Florida House, and oir
Saturday was in consultation with
Mr. S.Y T. Sisrunk, owner of the
Garden of Arden on. Silver river and
Oklawaha river fork, in regard to
putting on the "common carrier's
tariff map" the Port of Roses, Ar Arden,
den, Arden, Alexander, where the Carmi Carmi-chael
chael Carmi-chael Ranch and the beautiful club
bungalow is stationed just above
this point, is listed on the commerce
map of the river.
Give Credit to the .Women
The Thursday afternoon closing of
the Ocala merchantmen send down
to the Blue Roads Ocalaians in num numbers,
bers, numbers, where they swim in the blue,
iow over the boils of the Lost Winon-
i

ah and take "spins" down the stream
and in amongst the butterflies there
is joy and frolicing. In the deep
there is shivering. In thi3 station
where the Thursday afternoon is gay
rhere is deep gratification expressei
for the "recess," by the people.
This summer closing for a part part-day
day part-day recess, Thursday, in order to
decrease the cost of light and in increase
crease increase the opportunities for recrea recreation
tion recreation of the working folk is Interna International,
tional, International, usually beginning in May and
ending in October.
In Ocala the women are the most
banded, and they band together ev every
ery every spring the merchantmen to

close their shops at a. certain time.
Farming
The alluvial lands along the rag raging
ing raging Oklawaha river are the finest in
the .world. The highlands bordering
the river and the Florida' National
Park are classed with the lands of
England, although the hedges and
by-ways are not so neatly trimmed
and so compact here. The pine-
wood of the Grahamville country is
thick and the roads through in
places are deep gorges and archways.
In the new mornings the white webs
sprout all over the green lowlands
and around the many rippling fresh
water lakes.
Along the river basin where the
hardwood forest grow thick the wild
grape entertwine; and around every
farm in the valley is a email vine vineyard
yard vineyard of the black and white grapes.
The grape (tane) is the last fruit to
ripen in the year, excepting the or
ange.
Grapes in the Seminole tongue:
Chil-loos-wa.
Oranges -in the Seminole tongue:
Il-la-haw.
Indian corn in their language is,
Och-chee-wat-kee..
The corn is harvested in August
and September. The Seminoles( Min Minnie
nie Minnie Moore Willson) proclaim August
the first moon: Ti-ose-ffo-cbee
And the harvest moon occur near
the time of the autumnal equinox,
and is a full moon.
In the Submarine Glass Ship Okla-
Avahan
"On board the. submarine glass
ship Ocklawahan, Heartsease, Sil Silver
ver Silver river Sunday." The Ocklawa
han boomed her sun-se gun and
hauled down the Star Spangled Ban
ner, then sank under the blue. As
she descended" in the water the fish,
scurried away, and the twilight dim dimmed
med dimmed to a cold blue, but I could still
see about me in the depth and made
out forms. My vessel was brushed
tenderly by the flowing tresses of
raven hue and I could make out off
the port bow two forms Winonah
and Chuluotah, as they stood by the
submerged chair 5n Ladies Parlor.
The Ocklawahan suck her spuds into
the loose sands and floated at anchor
under the blue just three feet off the
chair and the 'boil. I heard no sound
around me excepting a low mur murmuring.
muring. murmuring. 'A lisping sound answered
this: and it was Winonah and Chul Chuluotah
uotah Chuluotah in parley over my. invasion.
Behold, around about me flawed up
the flaked waters. Off the port air air-tank
tank air-tank I saw seven bream swimming,
and aft a black bass stood stock still
suspended ten feet above with his
eyes hid from me by hi big mouth.
The spring wafers gurgled around
the ship and ascended to surface 40
feet above. On dry land, from my
depths, I made out a young "alligator
crawling along.
My thermometer registered 72 de degrees
grees degrees Fahrenheit. The warrior
Chuluotah's left hand rested lightly
on a rung of the legended chair and
he stood six feet two in his mocca moccasins.
sins. moccasins. In his right hand he carried
a bow and quiver of six arrows.. His
dress was of the warrior and made
NEAR DEATH
BY SMOTHERING
But Husband, With Aid of Cardui,
Effects Her Deliverance.
Draper, N C. Mrs. Helen Dalton, of
this place, says: "1 suffered for years,
with pains in my left side, and would
often almost smother to death.
Medicines patched me up for awhile
but then 1 would get worse again. Final Finally,
ly, Finally, my husband decided he wanted me to
try Cardui, the woman's tonic, so he
bought me a bottle and I began using it
It did me more good than all the medi medicines
cines medicines 1 had taken.
I have induced many of my friends to
try Cardui, and they all say" they have
been benefited by its use. There never
has been, and never will be, a medicine
to compare with Cardui. 1 believe it is
a good medicine for all Womanly trou troubles."
bles." troubles." For over 50 years, Cardui has been re relieving
lieving relieving woman's sufferings and building
ak women up to health and strength.
if you are a woman, give it a fair trial.
should surely help you, as it has a
lillion others.
Get a bottle of Cardui to-day.
Writ t: Chattanooga Medicine Go- Ladies'
Advisory Dent, Chattanooga. Tenn.. for Secit
nstrustians on your case and 64-pa?a bock. "Home
Treatment for Women." in pUun wrapper. N.C 1 26

of buckskin, and a wig of feathers
topped his proud head, setting to
advantage his high cheek bones.
Winonah; the bright eyes, was
radiantly beautiful, and her raven
hair Sowed for five feet to the blue
current. It tenderly brushed the
ship. She -wore a wampum belt a
foot wide and her. feet stood on the
soft earth encased in tiny moccasins;
and her dress, white silk, glimmered
a little in the defcp twilight. She
wore a very charming smile always,
in fact, she seemed more Caucasian
than Indian; and to her it seemed
that the invasion of the" Oklawhan,
in her gardens under the stream,
was very unwelcome.
Chuluotah did not approve of the
glass submarine and he tried to

shoot an arrow thru it. I could "not
understand how the Indians" breath breathed
ed breathed under the water; however, they
breathed very freely: Spirits!.
In the very late dusk I caught
part of .their conversation:
Winonah: "O-so-waw," which
means a .bird.
Chuluotah: "Xo; sar-sho," which
means a fish.
They were trying to decide -what
the glass submarine was.
Chuluotah: "Hal-wuk," it is bad.
Winonah: "Hink-las," it is good.
Chuluotah: "AJh-es-chay," go.
Winonah: "Fit-kon-nit," wait.
The deep gloom sebtled over the
Oklawahan and I lost sight of the
two Indians, I but could hear them.
The stars floated unsteady above me
and I went to sleep. A. A. G.
DEAFNESS CAXXOT HE CCTIEB
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deaf deafness,
ness, deafness, and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
Inflamed condition of the mucous lin lining
ing lining of the eustachian tube. -When
this tube Is inflamed you have a rum rumbling
bling rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and
when it is entirely closed, deafness is
the result, and unless the incarnation
can be taken out and this tube re restored
stored restored to its normal condition," hear hearing
ing hearing will be destroj-ed forever; nine
cases out of ten are caused by catarrh
which is nothing but an inflamed con condition
dition condition of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu circulars,
lars, circulars, free. P. J. CHENEY & CO..
Toledo, Ohio.
Sqld by all druggists, 75c. Take
Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
Adv.
MONTEAGLE
SUMMER RESORT
IT jou wish to go away ior the
summer please correspond with Mrs.
E. W. Williams, who conducts the
Cumberland House at Monteagie,
Tenn. Rates, $7 to $10 per week.
Two months' Chautauqua, from July
1st to August 31st, which is a fine
entertainment. Monteagie is on the
top of the Cumberland mountain,
over 2,000 feet above sea level. The
finest mineral water, most elegant
scenery east of the Rockies. For
health, pleasure, rest and beauty,
there is no place like Monteagie in
the South. Write at once to Mrs.
E. W. Williams, Proprietress, the
Cumberland House, Monteagie, Ten Tennessee.
nessee. Tennessee. 6-13-tf
Why Sufter irom liheumatism?
- When relief from rheumatic pains
may be had at so small a cost it is
surprising that anyone should fail to
avail himself of it. Joseph Cappar Cappar-elli,
elli, Cappar-elli, Canastota, X. Y., suffered in intensely
tensely intensely with pains due to rheuma rheumatism
tism rheumatism in his limbs for a long time. A
frierd told him about. Chamberlain's
Liniment., One application relieved
him wonderfully, and a few days
treatment effected a cure. Many
others have found quick relief by ap applying
plying applying this liniment. For 6ale by
all dealers. Adv.
VOUXG JERSEY MILK
COWS FOR SALE
Twenty-five head of young Jersey
milk cows with young calves for
sale. Will sell singly or as a whole.
This is a splendid opportunity for
some one wishing to start a dairy.
H. H. Whitworth. Ocala, Fla. 6 13 tf
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy
' This remedy always wins the good
opinion, if not the praise, of all who
use it. Mrs. F. A. Hood, Burrows,
Ind., writes, "I -have found Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy a positive cure for cramps
and summer complaint." For sale
by all dealers. Adv.
Own your own home bv buying a
modern bungalow on easy terms of
the Ocala Lumber & Supply Com Company.
pany. Company. 5-15-tf
Chocolate Covered CTackers, 40
cents the pound at Gerigs. 6-19-tf

er vous women

Are troubled with the "blues" anxiety sleeplessness and warnings of pain
and distress are sent by tne nerves like flying messengers throughout body sad
limbs. Such feeling may or may not be accompanied by backache or
headache of bearing dowh. The local disorders and infta Titration, if there
is any, should be treated with Dr. Pierce's Lotion Tablets. Tfeea the
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Twenty-One Pounds of Sugar for $1 -with $1 Cash Purchase of other
Groceries on Saturday and Monday Only.-

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PHOXE

Eventually You'll Buy a
F ORB
WHY NOT NOW?
Not because it is cheaper, but because
it is BETTER and more economical ; will
stand more rough usage, will go and
COME BACK where many other cars will
. NOT. Lighter on tires, more economical
on upkeep, gas and oil. than any automo automobile
bile automobile in the world.
ROADSTER. $500; 5 -PASSENGER. $550.00.
JF. O. B. DETROIT FULLY EQUIPPED.
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PHONE 439
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JUXjY 2 AND 3
HOUND TRIP RATES FROH1 OCALA
To Savannah. .$6.50
To Columbia...: ... 8.50
ROUND TRIP RATES FROM JACKSONVILLE
To Charlotte 8-00
To Raleigh '. I 8.0
To Richmond -. 1 10.00
To Portsmouth 10.00
To Norfolk .- $10.00
Special train leaves Jackson-rile 11:30 a. m. Regular trains 7:15
a. m. 9:30 a. m., and 8:10 a. m.
ALL TICKETS GOOD TO RETURN TILL JULY 14.
' Tickets on sale on regular trains on July 2, and trains arriring Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville before noon July 3. Tickets good on Pullmans.
C. B, BRYAN G. P. A. G. Z. PHILLIPS, A. G. P, A-,
Norfolk. Va. Jackson rille, FLu
JOHN BOISSEAU, City Ticket Agent, V
Ocala, Florid.

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OtALA. FLORIDA

To a Person Who Prides
Himself on Ois Appearance

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THE OCALA EVENING STAR. TUESDAY, JUNE S3, 1914
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. Thimble Party for Miss Babe
Hiss Henrietta Rabe of Birming Birmingham,
ham, Birmingham, Ala., -who is the attractive
guest of her aunt, Mrs. F. G. B.
Weihe, was honor guest at a lovely
informal sewing party given this
morning by Mrs. Fred E. Weihe.
For an hour the guests chatted
merrily while sewing on the veranda
and then they were shown into the
parlor, where the hostess had ar arranged
ranged arranged a clever guessing contest.
Names of places were guessed by ar articles
ticles articles representing them and to
, Miss Minnie Lee Carlisle who suc succeeded
ceeded succeeded in getting aJl correct, was
given a -pretty gold friendship pin,
and Miss Johnson was awarded a
similar but" smaller pin, as a conso consolation
lation consolation prize.
At noon the hostess assisted by
Mr. Weihe's mother, served lemon
ice, cake and mints. The delightful
onorning was concluded by the guest
of "honor singing beautifully two
pretty songs and Miss Gross giving
an attractive reading.
Spending the morning with Mrs.
Weihe and Miss Rabe were Misses
Mamie Gross, 1urline Bridges,. Lo Lo-rayne
rayne Lo-rayne Kemp, Wenona Wetherbee,
Mary and. Minnie Lee Carlisle, Clara
Johnson, Legie Blitch, Nona Sewell,
Annie Davis and Mrs. .Weihe.
Friends will -regret io hear of 'the
illness of Mrs. R. S. Hail.
Mrs. B. T. Perdue is visiting Mr.
Perdue at Wild wood for a few days.
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3Iis3 Ethel Haycraft is the attrac attractive
tive attractive guest of her aunt, Mrs. G. I.
Singleton at Inverness.
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; Mr. Gaines, a representative of
Shorter College Rome, Ga., is a vis visitor
itor visitor to the city.
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Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Rivers are
, at Santa Fee, having been summon summoned
ed summoned to the bedside of the former's
brother-in-law, Mr. WiraberIy, who
continues very ill.
.
Miss iMabel Overstreet returned
to Eustis this afternoon, after en enjoying
joying enjoying a. .visit of ten days to. Mrs. ;S.
. W. Igou. - '
rjfFss Mildred Shealey, of emor--est,
rOu, arrived in the city Satur-
- flay for .a visit with her aunts Mrs,
Ed. Carnilchael and Mrs. Lee Howell.
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.Mr. H. L. Bracey, Jr., and his sis sister,
ter, sister, Mrs. C. Sj, Richardson, and little
- soft, Bracey motored from Wauchula
yesterday 'and are visiting their
. grandmother, Mrs. W. iM. Ri chard --jBon,
and their aunt, Mrs. Bonvler.
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"Miss Maggi&Lee Lytle came up
from Stanton on the early (morning
train and left this afternoon ft
Nashville. Team. to spend thdum-
mer. visiting relatii
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. Mrs. R. L. Bridges left Monday for
Thomasville, Ga., to visit her daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Mts. Hudson, who with her lit little
tle little daughter iwere recent visitors to
Ocala.
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JMx. and .Mrs. A. A. Winer are
, spending the week at Lake' Weir,
(having left for there this morning.
They were accompanied by their
young son and their nephew, Clif Clifford
ford Clifford Weaver of Miami.
,
Mrs. C. B. Van Deman arrived
from Atlanta, Ga., last night to at
tend the funeral of her cousin, Mrs..
E. J. Triay, and will leave tomorrow
for Asherille, N. C, to spend the
summer ;with her mother, Mrs. Wal Wal-jdo.
jdo. Wal-jdo. -Metropolis.
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This evening on the lawn adjoin adjoining
ing adjoining the Methodist parsonage on
' Fort King avenue, the Senior Ep Ep-worth
worth Ep-worth League will give a lawn party.
Epworth Leaguers and friends are
cordially invited:
Miss Bess
ge, leaving on the
afternoon train
day for Houma,
La., concluded
charming
tr-of
several weeks to Miss
atharine
and Mildred P
aving accom
panled the I ajjerjhjagia-. from Brenau
clegerGaihesv1HerGa
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Mr. and.ilrs. W. W. Harriss hai
returnedfiroia Jacksonville, the for
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afternoon, where 1 hey were called
Saturday by the sudden death of i
Mrs. Harriss cousin Mrs. E. J. Triay
n her bereavement Mrs. Harriss
h&s the sympathy of a large circle of
Mrs. J. H. Morgan and Miss Claire
Morgan, of Kansas City, Mo., were
aver night guests of Mrs. W. H.
Dodge at the manse, leaving tills- af-

lernoon for Punta Gorda and otberfpects then to come 'back to the state

department call phone -106)

points of interest in South Florida.
Mrs. Morgan is a cousin of Dr. J. E.
Chace, and with her daughter was a
Ijncheon guest today of Dr. and
Mrs. Chace.
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Little 3iiss Virginia Burford Hostess
Eighteen little tots were happily
entertained this afternoon from 4 to
6 o'clock at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. R. A. Burford, their hostess be being
ing being little Miss Virginia Burford of
Boston, who with her mother, Mrs.
R. A. Burford, Jr., Is visiting at the
home of her grand-parents.
The -pretty hostess was arrayed In
the daintiest of party frocks and in
'welcoming and entertaining her
friends was assisted 'by her mother
and aunt. Miss Mary Burford.
For the pleasure of the guests a
fish pond, filled with many kinds of
souvenirs, was arranged and the pull pulling
ing pulling out of its contents kept the
crowd in the merriest of moods. In
the dining room, where refreshments
were served, the table -reflected the
beauties of a lake,' with pond lilies.
A large mirror centered with a bas basket
ket basket of yellow lilies was the central
attraction and two smaller baskets
filled with lilies adorned either end
of the table. The ice cream was
served in little sea shore buckets
and spades were used if or spoons
With the cream was passed cakes
and lemonade., A pond lily basket
filled with candies was given each of
the tots to take home.
Enjoying little Miss Burford 's
lovely party were Misses Mary El
eanor Anderson, Sidney and Alice
Oullen, Virginia Kreger, Margaret
Chace, Lucretia Hocker, Mary Roess,
Helen Newsom, Fanita Cobb, Maude
and Frances Gary, Frances Clark,
Masters Spencer Cnllen, H. M.
Hampton, Jr., Martin Roess, McClure
Stevens and Fred Blalock. Joining
the little tots late in the afternoon
were Miss Marguerite Porter, Clar Clarence
ence Clarence Meffert, Frank Harris, Jr.,
Whit Palmer and Carlisle' Ular.
Woman's Club Board. Meeting
A call meeting of the Woman's
Club board was held this morning
at 10 o'clock, at the home of Mrs, J.
D. Robertson, the club's new treas treasurer.
urer. treasurer. Business pertaining to the issuing
of the year book, -which will he done
as early as possible, was attended to
and the following names, submitted
to the board for membership to the
club, were favorably voted on, Mrs.
T. M. Moore, Mrs. J. R. Dewey, Mrs.
Eugene Rivers, Mrs. Rexie G. Todd,
Mrs. H. B. Clarkson, Miss Helen
Brown and Miss Mary Ervin.
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Reddick-Ironmonger
The following, clipped from Mon-
y's Metropolis, will be read with
interest by the Marion county f riends
of Mr. G. Br Reddick, who with his
mother, Mrs. F. Reddick, made Rod Roddick
dick Roddick their home until recently. Mrr
Reddick is a nephew of Mrs. S. E.
Waterman, of this city:
A pretty June wedding occurred
Saturday morning at 10:30 o'clock
at the Riverside Presbyterian church
when Miss Lorraine Ironmonger
was united in marriage to Mr.
George Gibbs Reddick, of Waycross,
Ga.,, the impressive ceremony being
performed by the Rev. Joseph. Vena Vena-ble,
ble, Vena-ble, rector of the church. The cere ceremony
mony ceremony was very quiet only the rela relatives
tives relatives and a few intimate friends be being
ing being invited.
.The bride was radiant in her
handsome coat suit of violet and
gray changeable taffeta, with chic
hat to match.
Immediately after their vows had
been epoken, the happy couple ac accompanied
companied accompanied by a few friends and rela relatives
tives relatives drove to the home of the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. W.
Ironmonger, 'Villa" Frances," in
South Jacksonville, where a wedding
breakfast was enjoyed.
Mr. -Reddick formerly resided in
s city but will make his headquar-
tersNin Waycross -for the present. He
is traveling salesman for the Con Consolidated
solidated Consolidated Grocery Co., and is very
popular with all who know him.
JMr. and Mrs. Reddick received
j numbers of lovely presents from a
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Kelsey and
daughter, who motored down from
Jacksonville Saturday to visit Mrs.
iKelsey's niece, Mrs. Jessie Haycraft,
ior me ween euu, were guests loaay
of Mr. Kelsey's mother at Lake Weir.
Tomorrow they will go to Inverness
to visit Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Singleton
for the remainder of the week
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Mr, Albert Gerig, cashier of. the
Munroe & Chambliss Bank, left to today
day today for Macon, Gai, where he will
spend the, next two weeks. He ex-

and spend a short time on the coast,
at Daytona Beach. Mrs. Gerig has
gone to Palatka to visit her brother
and sister during her husband's stay
in Georgia.
Harris-Prror
The following from the Augusta
notes in the Atlanta Journal will be
of interest to many in this city, Mr.
Harris having., been a former Sea Seaboard
board Seaboard ticket agent here:
The marriage of Miss Alice Pryor
and Mr. Stewart Brooks Harris oc occurred
curred occurred Wednesday at the parsonage
of the Christian church at 9 o'clock.
Rev. Howard Cre officiating, assist assisted
ed assisted by Rev. George Sherwood .Whit .Whitney.
ney. .Whitney. The bride wore a traveling
suit of dark blue moire with blue
hat trimmed with tiny pink roses.
Her flowers were an armful of white
carnations and brides roses. After
the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Harris
left for ; a trip to Savannah and
other points of interest.
Mr. Harris was born and reared
at Citra and is the son of Mrs. S. S.
Harris, who ha3 served the Meth Methodist
odist Methodist church as missionary to China
for a number of yearsN
In giving the names of the party
of young people who visited Mrs. E.
W. Davis and family at Crystal Riv River
er River Sunday, the reporter unintention unintentionally
ally unintentionally omitted Miss Mae Stein. The
party was M1sse3 Mae Stein and Lucy
Moorhead and Messrs. H. A. Davies
and Wallace Davis.
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Pythian Sisters meet this evening.
Meeting called ifor 7:30, so the lodge
may adjourn in order to yield the
lodge room to the Knights of Khor Khor-assan.
assan. Khor-assan. Miss Priest of Ocala, a sister of
Mrs. Ed. Hays, arrived in our city
the first of the week, and has accept

ed a position in Mr. W. H. Steward's
dry goods store. Arcadia News.
FUNERAL SERCES
OF NATHAN PEYSER
The funeral services of Nathan
Peyser, at the residence of his par parents
ents parents Monday afternoon, were large
ly attended. Mr. Peyser had lived
most of his life in Ocala, and before
sickness laid its hand upon him was
one of our most active young busi business
ness business men. He was always a kind
and companionable boy and young
man, ever thoughtful of and- oblig obliging
ing obliging to his friends, so though confin confined
ed confined to his home the last year or more
of his life he rtained his place in
thAfirood will of all- and tfiA rert at
his passing was deep and wide
spread. "Xatie" will ever be remem
bered by his friends.
In the absence of a rabbi, the ser services
vices services at the home were conducted by
Mr. Jake Brown, and at the cemetery
by the 'Elks. The remains weraaid
to rest in the Jewish cemetery, and
the grave was heaped high with the
beautiful floral offerings -brought bj
the friends of the dead. Mclver and
MacKay had charge of the arrange
ments.
CARD OF THANKS
Editor Star: Please extend
through your columns our most
heartfelt thanks to the many friends
who tendered their assistance dur during
ing during the recent illness and death of
our beloved son and brother.
Charles Peyser and Family.
THE BROTHERHOOD
BARACA CLASS
The intense interest manifested in
this class, the growing membership,
are evidence of the extent of the de demands
mands demands for a club of this nature. The
club will meet hereafter at the ar armory
mory armory (promptly at 10 o'clock Sunday
morning. It appears now that there
will be no difficulty in securing 100
men for this class, who will be reg regular
ular regular attendants, when the nature of
the work becomes fully known by
a trial.
A regular course of study will be
introduced at an early date. The
committee has now under considera consideration
tion consideration three courses offered by Scrib Scrib-ner's
ner's Scrib-ner's -all absolutely udenomination udenomination-al
al udenomination-al one of which will be selected.
An opportunity is given, for the
expression of every shade of honest
thought; men with the "fighting"
spirit are requested to stay away
from the club, as the club wants to
be long-lived and helpful.
The Teacher.
WEATHER IS TOO WARM
At the meeting of the K. of P. last
night, it was decided to call off the
proposed barbecue on July 2. It was
the opinion of most of the members
that the weather was too warm for
such a form of celebration.
ECLIPSE ROOFING CEMENT
It is the greatest cement in ex existence
istence existence to stop leaks in tin or metal
roofs and gutters; never fails; ever everlasting.
lasting. everlasting. Ocala Seed Store. 6-23-lt

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When Pickling and preserving, Remember
We carry the best in

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Don't run the possible chance of .. spoiling materials,
and losing labor by gettingiinferior
preservatives,
Purity and Quality
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For results put
ADDED UP VOTE
IX FRJ31ARY EI-DCTlOX
Tallahassee, June 53. Th Ute
canvassing board met yesterday in
the office of secretary of state and
canvassed the vote in the primary
election of June Z, with the follow
ing result:
" For United State Senator Dun
can U. Fletcher, 3 Zr(H2; John N. C.
Stockton, 21,733.
For Congressman, First District
S. M. Sparkman 8,322, second choice
154; J. Fred DeBeny 889; A. J.
Angle 4,717, second choice 218.
Second District 'John V. Denton,
Stoee
Crabs
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Coming South?
For sale 50 improved farms,
10 to 600 acres, northern
Marion County, Florida. Al Also
so Also 2,000 acres cut-over land
well located; fine truck and
orange section. Write for
description and prices. Come
see me.
JOHN L. DAVIS,
IRVINE, FLORIDA

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and all kinds of

your Advertisenient in the Star

1,677; Frank Clark, 9,215.
Third District John P. Stokes,
z.K-s: nnett wtison. io..i: r.
'- ourtn s iftstrtct 'W. i.
5,476, second choice 1,065; St. El
mo W Acosta, 2,513; CJande IEn IEn-gle
gle IEn-gle 3,804, second choice 353; Albert
W. Williamson,. 1.426; William; H.
Malone, Jr., 2,714.
For Commissioner of Agriculture
T. J. Ajppleyard, Jr., 16,33 ,W.'
A. McRae, 31,263. (
" For Justice of Supreme Course Course-John
John Course-John C. Avery, -21,043; W. H. iBllis,
24,168; Thos.. M. ShackJeford,' ''i J, J,-241.
241. J,-241. ;
State Attorney, Fifth CircuHP-J.
C. Bw Koonce, 1,640; Geo. W.' Scb Scb-field,
field, Scb-field, 2,637. r-'-
The following did not have any
opposition and were declared the
nominees without being votedy foi:
For Railroad 'Commissioners,! JL
Hudson Burr and Newton A. Blitch.
State Attorney, .' Eleventh Circuit,
John C. Gramling.

Tenth CirouUIW- r- ...

John W. Burton. Sixth Circuit;
Geo. P. Rainey. Eighth Circuit, A. V.
Long. so second choice Is shown
for the eliminated candidates.
ALL CASES MUST -r
WAIT TIM- OCTOBER
Supreme Court Justices Have Knock Knock-Off
Off Knock-Off "for the Summer
Washington, June 23. The su supreme
preme supreme court yesterday adjourned
until October, after deciding the Inter-Mountain
rate case,, the Califor California
nia California oil land grant case, the Eastern
states retail lumber dealers, suit,
and several other important cases
pending for many months.
OPEN ALL NIGHT
The Merchant's Cafe Is a first class
place to take your meals. Open night
and day. J. R. TJewey, poprle-
II OT WEATHER TOXIC
AND HEALTH BUILDER
Are you run down nervous tir tired?
ed? tired? li. everything you do an effort?
You are not lazy you are sick!
stomach, liver, kindeys and whole
system need a tonic A tonic and
health builder to drive out the waste
matter build you up' and renew
your Strength. Nothing better than
Electric Bitters. Start today; Mrs.
James Duncan, Haynesville, Me.,
writes: "Completely cured me after
several doctor gave me up." 50c and
$1, at your, druggist. ; -A:-.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve tsx eats.
Tues Thuim. fri. wkj.

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of Spalding, baseball
goods just in at Gerigs Heliabls
jftrug Stores.
b-ie-tt
UNCLASSIFIED A3
lest fc:nj, IVcatj, fcrSi'.
fcrH:3tcdSbil:rU:lt::
FOR RENT flO per xaonth to tl)
right party, a new 5-roozn cct--
tage; best neighborhood. Addrcca,
- Star oOce. 5-29-tf
FOR SALE One iarge hors la
good condition; one good wcr-C
..mule. Ocala Lumber it Capjlj
Company. 5-23-tf
FOR SALE Modern bungalow la
Lin wood Heights. Inquire of the
Ocala Lumber & Supply- Co.5-15 tf
1WA.MED 69 MEN to loia
Brotherhood Baraca Class, city
hall. See R. B. Bowers. 5-20-tf
WANTED Subscribers of the Star
to tell their neighbors of the plaa
now in force for giving mh cok
. pons to subscribers. 5-20-tf
FOR SALE Thoroughbred Shet Shet-.
. Shet-. land 'pony, saddle, bridle and blan blanket;
ket; blanket; prettiest outfit in this section.
f48S gets the outfit. Apply at the
Star office.' 6-16-6t
OXIOXS WANTED We desire tsr
purchase good onions in any quan quantities
tities quantities and will pay good prices for
them. Moses Produce Co., Ocala,.
Fla. 6-18-4t
LOST On Sunday between Wenona
gree; inscribed F. N. D. 0.. .8.
B. T. K. C. Return toL.T. Iilar
-and receive reward. 6-2 2-6 1
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WANTED Small second hand elec electric
tric electric fan;must be in good repair
and low" in price, for cash. Addreav
"Fan," care Star office. 6-22-6t ;
FOR SALE I hare a lovely home
for sale on Oklawaha avenue, and
the price is right. S. S.' Savage,
Jr., Ocala, Fla. 6-22-12t
FOR RENT Five room cottage wtt
,all modern- conveniences; decirsr-
bls located. Appty to Mrs. Jzo
Brown, N. Tuecawilla k. 6 23 tt

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THE OCALA EVEX1XG STAR. TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 19it

HIEX YOU "TUP OUR HARDWARE OXCE, YOU AV1LL

ALWAYS "BUY" IT AGAIX7- YOU AVTLL FIXD THAT OUR
HARDWARE STANDS HARD WEAR.
THE RULE OF OUR BUSINESS IS TO ALWAYS GIVE AX
UPRIGHT QUALITY AXD JiEEP THE PRICE DOWNRIGHT
LOW. .
AXD WE CARRY THE STOCK.

Phone 118, Ocala, Fla.

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YOU HOLD THEM IN HIGH ESTEEMi
OUR JEWELRY AND SILVERWARE WILL ALSO STAND
THE STRAIN OF TIME; t OUR CUT GLASS IS EXQUISITELY
WROUGHT.

A. E. B

URNETT

The Reliable Jeweler, .Merchants Block, Ocala, Fla.

GAME VMS CLOSE
AMD rtlTERESTiriG

Ocala Ball Team Did Better Against
Semi-Professionals than Any Anybody
body Anybody Expected
Palatka's team had such a high
reputation, and Ocala's -was so. shy
on practice that few of the Brick
City fans hoped for even a tie game
Monday afternoon, and they are all
disposed to congratulate 'the iboys for
making three scores against the vis visitors.
itors. visitors. Undoubtedly Palatka has a
good team, and it is now far in the
lead in this partvof the state.
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ed the game with three scores. At Attridge
tridge Attridge went to second on Dewey's
wild throw to first. Hunter walked
and Wheeler nit a Texas leaguer
over first. 'Attridge scored on Kulp's

hit and Hunter was out at -the

plate; Wheeler scored on Price's out
and Kulp scored on Browning's ihit

to left field. Bundy ended the inning

with a long fly to Harris in left field,
who made a fine catch. -(

PALATKA'S TEAM

t There was a good crowd out
surprisingly good, considering it was
Monday. A large proportion of the
crowd was .from Palatka, which kept
the rooting for both side? quite
even.
Messrs. Gerig of. Ocala and Pruitt
of Palatka umpired. The line-ups
were as1 follows:
Palatka
Bunday, ss; Riggins, 3b; Haw Hawkins,
kins, Hawkins, p; Attridge, c; Hunter, cf;
Wheeler, 2b; Kulp, lb; Durkee, .rf ;
Browning, If.
Ocala
Brown, rf; Harris, If; Chazal, cf;
Batta, ss; Anderson, lb; Haley, p;
Davis, 2b; Bullock, c; Dewey, 3b.
Bundy led oft for Palatka with a
grounder to third; Dewey overthrew
first, Bundy going to second. Rig Rig-gins
gins Rig-gins went out on a grounder to pit pitcher
cher pitcher and Bundy scored on. Hawkins
hit to center. Attridge put one in
the center fielder's thand; Hunter
reached first on a grounder through

second and Wheeler struck out.

HARRIS MADE A FIXE CATCH

In.' the eighth Palatka sent over
their fifth run, Kulp hit to right
field for two bases. Browning went
out on a grounder to third and Kulp
came in home when third missed a
throw from first. Bundy and Rig Rig-gins
gins Rig-gins went 'out in succession.

REAL ESTATE

DEWEY MISSED A THROW FROM
FIRST j

T fooAKry

PALATKA'S PITCHER

Palatka's pitcher seemed to have

the Ocala players up in the air for

the first half of the game, none be

ing able to score until the fifth in

ning when iwith one down, Haley hit

a hotoneto -third, reaching first

safely. He was sacrificed to 6econd

by Davis and scored when the cat catcher
cher catcher missed Bullock's last strike

After getting a hit through third,
Brown was forced at second, ending

the inning.

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' P YOttR '..Stenographer. Bookkeeper, f ilf
I L BUiing Clerk, Telephone Operator. I l fLi ll?
or any other female member of your j jl VitSkV
c3ce force aecides to leave Saturday, I II I V
j ysa have only to use the Female Help m vf N i
Wanted" or "Situation Wanted Female' jjbyl : yrl ( ltv3-ft
columns of OUR PAPERS I M ''TGCF
to bring an aO-rourid-desirable applicant j'Bp j C-iraK i
for the position bright and early the next

In the sixth inning Palatka cinch-

Brown reached first on a hit to
third, Harris bunted safely, Brown
going to third. Harris went out
stealing second and Brown scored
on the play. Chazal and Batts went
out on grounders, ending the in inning
ning inning and also Ocala's scoring.
In Haley, Ocala had a fine pitcher;
one of the best that has ever 'been
on our diamond. If the entire team
had had a few practice games with
him, they would have won, as our
boys showed much of their old
spirit, which makes them equal to
the best which can be brought from
anywhere.
May Play a Return Game
The Ocala team may go to Palat Palatka
ka Palatka for a return game Thursday.

JUST WHAT SHE XEEDED

There Is an old saying that "there

is- a remedy for every ill." It is
sometimes years before you find the

remedy exactly suited to your case

Mrs. Rachel Cribley, Beaver Dam,

Ohio, was sick for two years with

stomach trouble and constipation

She writes, "My neighbors spoke so
enthusiastically of Chamberlain's
Tablets that I procured a bottle of

them. A few days treatment con

vinced me that they were just what

I needed. I continued to use them
for several weeks and they cured me.
For sale by all dealers. Adv.

OPEN DAY AIvD TUtiHT

Merchant'3 Cafe. A. C. L. depot

corner. Meals a la carte and lunches

at any hour. Adv.

ALWAYS LEAD TO

BETTER HEALTH

Serious sicknesses start in disor

ders of the Ftomach, liver and kid kidneys.
neys. kidneys. The best corrective and pre

ventative is Dr. King's New Life
Pills. They purify the blood pre

vent constipation, keep -liver, kid

neys and bowels in healthy condi condition.
tion. condition. Give you better health by rid

ding the system f fermenting and
gassy foods. Effective and mild. 25c
at your druggist; tues-thurs-fri-wky
Bucklen's Arnica Salve for all hurts.

Buy your vacation articles before

leaving home. Bathing caps, combs,
hair brushes, tooth powder, mani

curing articles, talcum powder,
creams and lotions, toilet water and

perfumes. This Js the store for ser

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Slade wanted Katherine Strickland
for his wife much the came as he
would have desired a wealthy, clever,
' influential man for a partner. It was
to be a union of ambition. There was
no tenderness in his thoughts of her.
,; He was actuated purely and simply by
the lust for power and the greed of
glory. All the softer, better things in
the man's nature were swamped by
this torrent of craving for worldly suc success
cess success that was sweeping him on to com commit
mit commit the most dastardly act in his long
' career of trampling over the heads
and hearts of adversaries and oppo opponents;
nents; opponents; Even when he was a boy Dan Slade
had always set hie teeth at "You can't
do It," or "It can't be done." The very
difficulty of a thing strengthened his
determination to do. All his life long
his success had been punctuated by
the ruin of other ; men. He had not
advanced so far without pushing other
men back.' Now that a woman instead
of a man stood in the way, the result
was the same. Hie methods might be
quieter, more merciful, but the answer
would be. the same. Mary's sterling
worth, her long years of devotion and
sweet tenderness counted for nothing
once he became convinced that Mary's
dowdiness, her standpat policy and her
arrested development were stop-gaps
in his own opportunity for progres progression.
sion. progression. He ignored the fact that the lit little
tle little brown-eyed, patient woman was as
, much a part of him as were his eyes
or his arms or any other very essen essential
tial essential part of his being.
It was at juet this point In Slade's
pitiless reasoning that Mary, peering
over the baluster and seeing him
alone, hurried down the stairs. :
'Thank goodness, they've gone," she
declared as she came into the. room.
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xnen seeing tne numerous side lights
burning; she hastened to turn one
after the other down to a glimmer.
"I'm so glad you're not going out," she
went on, coming over to him and rub rubbing
bing rubbing her cheek against his sleeve. The
little movement was a pathetically
mute appeal for some caress. "What'd
they say ? she asked, suddenly, as
she realized that her tender yearning
met with no response?
But her husband was in no com communicative
municative communicative frame of mind.
"You're not mad with me, are yer?"
she questioned, wistfully, very much
i "Go Ahead ith Your Paper, I'll Take
My Chances."
like an eager child who has been re repressed.
pressed. repressed. "No," Slade replied, briefly and with without
out without much interest.
Mary breathed a quick sigh of relief.
! "Ah; then, we'll have a nice, quiet,
pleasant evening," she declared, add adding
ing adding coaxingly: "Let's go upstairs and
' have a game of euchre. We havent
played for ever so long."
Slade looked at her, his eyes drawn
Into a deep frown. It was true he
wasn't angry with her, but-he was
angry at the thwarting circumstances
that were hemming him in. Her very
manner irritated him now her quiet
contentment, her calm acceptance of
her failtire to meet hie guests and fill
her place as mistress of his home mad maddened
dened maddened him. He was all the more de determined,
termined, determined, to fight for something else
to begin his campaign for a governor governorship
ship governorship and another woman that moment,
"You can amuse yourself after I'm
gone," he answered over his shoulder
"Then you are going out?". Mary's
voice echoed the disappointment she
felt. :
"Yes." Slade continued to be mono monosyllabic.
syllabic. monosyllabic. "But I want to have a talk
with you. Mary we've got to come
to some understanding."
"Why, what?" Mary began, and
then stopped. For the first time she
noticed his changed manner and his
averted eyes. She started to fumble
with her workbasket,
"I can't put it off any longer. I
er Slade stopped short. He was
finding this attempt at an ."under ."understanding"
standing" ."understanding" much more difficult than he
had anticipated.
"What is it you're trying to say,
Dan?" Mary's voice was firmer than
his. "What's in your mind? You keep
hinting at something lately and you
never finish it. What is itr
"You're a rich woman In your own
came, Mary. Are you satisfied with
what I've settled on you?"
"Why. yes," came the quick re response,
sponse, response, as Mary's puzzled eyes
searched his for a reason for the
strange question. Then she added:
"You're been miahtr cood to me. Dao."

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-now" wouia Ton u&e to go ana uve
in the country, Mary?"
Glad .surprise filled the woman's
eyes. Her thin cheeks flushed as she
clasped her hands excitedly.
"Oh, Dan, you 'know I'd like It,
You're awfully good, father. I knew
you'd back down and give in. This
Is no place for us."
"You leave me out of the question."
And to his credit the man became
shamefaced.
"I can't leave you out of the ques question,"
tion," question," she protested quickly, not an
inkling of her husband's real meaning
having entered her head. In her per perfect
fect perfect love add loyalty she was imper impervious
vious impervious to any hint of neglect or disloy disloyalty
alty disloyalty from him. Had she known his
thoughts her first care would have
been to soothe him as 'one whose
brain, overtaxed with affairs beyond
her understanding, had suddenly
clouded. )
For an instant the man was silent.
His face was turned from hers and he
was looking out the doorway through
which the stately figure of Katherine
Strickland had just passed and through
which he hoped to walk some day
governor.
"I I wouldn't go with you, Mary,"
he finally turned, and looked her
squarely in the eyes.
"Whj where would you be? Where
would you live? Where would you?"
She stopped and then finished. "Pshaw.
That's all foolishness, Dan."
"Mary." Slade was firmer now. His
voice had a ring of finality, but Mary
didn't understand. "I can't go on apol apologizing
ogizing apologizing for you eternally! You can't
have a headache every night! I must
either have a wife who can be the
head of my household or none."
Into the woman's heart there leaped
a sharp, fear, followed by the childish
idea that perhaps, because she wouldn't
go to the opera, she was to be pun punished
ished punished sent away alone until she was
forgiven.
"You're tired of me," she suggested.
"If that were true and you filled the
bill, we could put up with each other,"
he returned brutally, "but it isn't so."
"Don't you love me?" she half
breathed the question timidly.
For a brief instant something caught
at Slade's heart and tugged and tugged.
He turned with a look of infinite ten tenderness
derness tenderness and said, simply: "Yes, Mary,
I do." His tone was genuine and sin sincere.
cere. sincere. Mary laughed a little, happy laugh.
At the sound Slade's-mood changed
like a flash. It grated on his already
overwrought nerves. It seemed to dis dismiss
miss dismiss the controversy, to end the argu argument,
ment, argument, to ring the death-knell of the
dream that had come to him. The
careless way in which she apparently
dropped the discussion of going away
nettled him.' Prompted by a sudden
impulse, he snatched her workbasket
from her lap and flung it the full
length of the room. "D n that bas basket!"
ket!" basket!" he exclaimed. "Can't I ever see
you without it?"
"Dan!" Mary's gasp of amazement
was the only sound in the" room. It
was the first time he had ever been
harsh with her. She shrank back hurt
and frightened. "Why, ygood Lord,
Dan, you never did that before."
Then, with quiet dignity, she began
to pick up the basket, the hated darn darning
ing darning cotton, the needles and scissors,
and the little worn thimble. Slade,
watching her slight, stooping figure,
ought to have been ashamed, but his
anger was flaming hot and he didn't
as much as offer to help.
Mary's mood changed, too.
"I believe you're doing it to get your
own way," she isputtered, "but you
ain't going to get" it. I've got as much
right to my life as you've got to yours."
As she came up to him, he stood
grim and silent, suddenly determined
that if she wouldn't go he would. If
she refused his offer of a home in the
country, then she could have this great
house to herself and- he would live at
the club.
"There ain't anything you could ask
of me I wouldn't do except Mary's
troubled face was looking into his.
"Except what I ask," he finished, sar sarcastically,
castically, sarcastically, and hurried from the room,
curtly ordered his dressing bag packed
and then, hat in hand, his overcoat on
his arm, came back into the room.
"Did it ever occur to you, Mary, that
you're a mule?" he asked. "You're
sweet and good tempered and amiable
but you'd have given the mule that
came out of Noah's ark points on how
to be stubborn."
"How often have I failed you In
these years. Dan?"
"You're failing me now. You won't
look at tMnes with mv eves."
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-were not one person, we're two,
Dan," she reminded him, quietly.
WelL that's the trouble, we ought
to be one. That's Just what Ym get
ting at. We ought to be of one mind.'
"Whose? Yours?" and Mary's sweet
mouth puckered into a very little
smile.
"I'm done, Slade decided, hope hopelessly.
lessly. hopelessly.
"I can remember the time when you
'would have thought that was cun cunning,"
ning," cunning," she reproached him.
"I'm going to my club, Mary' he!
announced, disregarding her playful j
attempt to smooth things over. I
Mary gazed at him, bewildered by
his swift changes of mood, hurt by
his attitude, almost angry because ho
was so unreasonable.
Then love came rushing up into her
heart. After all he was her Dan. What
did this crossness or his nervousness
"Such Didoes; You Kiss Me."
matter? She went up to him, pulled
his scarf a bit closer, round his throat
and as he turned away with a mut muttered
tered muttered word, waited patiently. Then,
laying her hand on his arm such a
thin little hand, with his wedding ring
hanging loosely .on it asked: "Shall
I wait up for you?"
Slade's face worked convulsively.
She didn't understand, poor little soul.
.He was going away for good,' for all
time, and she was asking if she would
wait up for him. More than once be before
fore before she had asked that question of
him, the question that from a wife's
lips, carries with it unspoken.' tender
pleading. For a space he was torn
with emotions he could not define, had
hardly expected himself to feel. Some Something
thing Something bade him turn back upon ambi ambition
tion ambition and pride and clasp into his arms
this little woman who had worked for
him, with him, who had had faith in
him when he was poor, and who had
struggled and cooked and slaved for
him that he might rise to his present
position.
But he struggled against the feeling,
fought it back and conquered.
"No, don't wait up for me."
"All right," Mary agreed. "I wont,
if you don't want me to," and then,
with a roguish smile, "but I will wait
up for you all the same."
Slade was touched, but he stiffened
his shoulders. Wealth he had won,
honors he meant to have and Kath Katherine
erine Katherine Strickland.
"Good-night, Mary," he called, coldly,
as he hurried out of the room.
Left alone, Mary stood watching
him, a forlorn little figure.
"Why, he didnt kiss me." She hur hurried
ried hurried to the door. "Dan, you forgot
something. Dan!"
Slade, hastening to the door, halted,
hesitated, turned back.
"You come right back here and kiss
me," Mary demanded, affectionately.
"Such didoes; You kiss me." She
raised her face for the kiss she thought
was "good-night" and which he meant
as "good-by." Slade stooped and laid
his lips on hers, gently, reVerently,
then hurried out, almost as if he were
afraid to stay a minute longer.
"Such didoes," Mary laughed to her herself.
self. herself. She looked around the great
empty room. It suddenly struck her
that she had never really been happy
in this room. Riches had proved a
burden rather than a pleasure. They
had robbed her of Dan's devotion, his
confidence, his gaiety. She hastened
fo turn out the lights, shuddering as
she did so. She grabbed her work work-basket
basket work-basket from the table and suddenly
overcome with fright In the great
silent shadowy room, fled to the lighted
halL calling: "Susie. Susie"
(Continued Tomorrow)

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THE MARKETS

Elks meet this evening.
'-Odd Fellows meet tonight.
Board of Trade Thursday night.

Moose meet Thursday evening.

R. A. M. meets Friday night.

Woodmen meat Friday evening.

Rev. J..W. McNamara of Miami is
In town, the guest of Postmaster
.Rogers.

Mr. Jeff 'Doyle, deputy sheriff of
Putnam county, came to Ocala yes yesterday
terday yesterday with the Palatka excursion.

Chocolate Molasses Peanut Butter.
A new package and a good one, 40
cents per pound. Gerig's. 6-19-tf

Mr. Cornelius Carman, prominent
dry goods merchant of Palatka, was
an enthusiastic fan accompanying
the Gem City baseball team to the
city yesterday. ;

D. W. Davis, of Ocala, a prom prominent
inent prominent real estate dealer- and insur insurance
ance insurance man of that city, is here for a
stay of several days. He i3 stop stopping
ping stopping at the Hillsborough. Tampa
Times.

DAILY WEATHER REPORT

The following weather report is
furnished the Star every afternoon
by Mr. F, G. B. Weihe, local report reporter
er reporter for the -weather bureau operated
by the United States department of
agriculture, showing maximum and
minimum temperature and rainfall
during the twenty-four hours end ending
ing ending at 3 p. m.:

1 v ;"'- Max
March average. 74
April average ..81
May average ... 83
June 1. 93
June 2. ...... .90
June 3. 90

June 4.
June 5..
June 6.
June 7.
June 8.
June 9.
June 10.
June 11.
June 12.
June 13.
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June 15.
June' 16.
June 17.

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Buy your vacation articles before
leaving home. Bathing caps, combs,
hair brushes, tooth powder, mani manicuring
curing manicuring articles, talcum powder,
creams and lotions, toilet water and
perfumes. This is the store for ser serviceable
viceable serviceable vacation and other summer
goods. The Court Pharmacy. 6 2.0 4t

Mr. Thomas G. Ringham, of Pal Palatka,
atka, Palatka, came over with the Palatka ex excursion
cursion excursion yesterday to witness the
frail game

The Star regrets to learn of an ac accident
cident accident to Mr. J. D. Rooney. While
out walking on the railroad track
near Eastlake yesterday, he stepped
thru a cattle guard, badly bruising
and .skinning one knee. He was not not-able
able not-able to come to town today, and his
physician says he had better keep

-4t'Ulel"ToT several days.

. Mr. Ed. Tucker! the hustling Ford Mug to business men and all citizens
agent in OcalaT releived another car- I take interest in the public af-

Joad of teselpopuWr cars on Friday

and has d is pbsjwrbf three of them

already. Two wers sold to the Dun Dun-nellon
nellon Dun-nellon Supply ComWny at Dunnel Dunnel-lon,
lon, Dunnel-lon, while the thirdkone went to a

citizen of Levy county. Another will

possibly' be delivered tomorrow,

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speaking ox-JSseball rooters,

"Bill" Pearce of Palatka was on the
job yesterday from the time the um umpire
pire umpire called Play ball," until the fin finish
ish finish of the game.

Mr. Charles Anderson, of Palatka,
a grandson of Gen. J. Patton Ander Anderson,'
son,' Anderson,' was a visitor in the city yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, coming over to see the diamond
contest between the Gem City and
Ocala teams.

June 18. . 86
June 19 84
June 20. .... .81
June 21. . ... .94
June 22. . ... .93
June 23. 93

Forecast
Generally fair tonight and Wed
nesday.

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s Mr. J. C. Smith's jewelry repair repairing
ing repairing machinery ihas arrived at last
after being delayed several weeks in
transit, and he is now in shape to ac accept
cept accept work in his line at the Carlisle
Drugstore. His outfit consists of the
very latest appliances of the trade,
and Mr. Smith being an adept at the
bench, we predict for him abundant
success.

AUDITOR'S REPORT
IS VERY INTERESTING

The report of the auditor to he
city council, published in full in the
Star yesterday, proved very Interest-

fairs of the town. 'Many citizens
praised the Star for printing it, and
all agreed that it should be publish published
ed published every year.
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IN HIS HOME CITY

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leaving home. Bathing caps, combs,
hair brushes, tooth powder, mani manicuring
curing manicuring articles, talcum powder,
creams and lotions, toilet waterand
perfumes. This is "the store for ser-t
Tlceable vacation and other summer
goods. The Court Pharmacy. 6 20 4t

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Open daily except Sunday from 3
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Ocala House block. ;
, Louise E. Gamsby, Librarian

Editor Star: It has just come to
my knowledge that some person
(said to be a merchant) is circulat circulating
ing circulating the report (evidently with the
view of hurting the business I rep represent),
resent), represent), that I am purchasing all the
material for the cottage I am now
building away 'from Ocala. This is
an absolute falsehood. I have pur purchased
chased purchased exactly $68.80 worth of ma material
terial material at other Florida points. On
$31.30 of 'this amount I saved 20

per cent of the cost, after giving our
merchants an opportunity to meet
this price. The other material
amounting to $37.50 was purchased
elsewhere fen account of the firms
here not handling it, and the lumber
mills would not make what I wanted.
I have for twenty years spent iprac iprac-tically
tically iprac-tically every dollar I have made with

Ocala merchants, or invested ; it in

Ocala real estate. I can furnish

proof of the correctness of this state

ment at any time, if so requested.

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STOCKS
New York, June 23. Stocks are
irregular; Southern Pacific, West-

era Union, Smelting, Steel, Louis

ville & Nashville are a fraction' low

er.

. COTTON ? 1
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New York, June 23. Cotton was
one point higher to three lower.
July, 12.67; October, 12.44.

AN EXPLANATION

Mr. S. T. Sistrunk says that the
auditor's report published in yester yesterday's
day's yesterday's Star does the memory of his
brother, Carlos L. Sistrunk, an in injustice.
justice. injustice. It makes the late city attor attorney
ney attorney heavHy in debt to the city. Mr.
Sistrunk has a statement in behalf
of his brother which will (be publ:sh publ:sh-ed
ed publ:sh-ed tomorrow.

CAMELS

ARE

COM G

Also Remainder of the Menagerie,
and Will Rest and be Fed in
Ocala this Evening
The caravan of Moharrum Temple
No. 119, Dramatic Order Knights of
Khorassan reached the delightful
oasis of Ocala today, shortly after
the noon thour, via the tracks of the
Seaboard Air Line. The votaries,
camels, asses and tigers were imme immediately
diately immediately fed. This was entertaining
so a fee was charged.
A ceremonious session will .be held
this evening at 7:30 at the Pythian
Castle Hall,' .which occasion prom promises
ises promises much enjoyment, as a large
number of tyros will be led over the
burning sands of the desert, by
Mokanna and his famous (band of
Arabs.
"Of all the -horrors that await
The tyros in this vale of fate,
Perhaps the worst to snake 'him sick
Will be the donkeys double kick;
But, if properly attended, you
Will get over it In a year or two."
t" After the ceremonial session, the
caravan will move on its pilgrimage
to the oasis of Tampa, to establish
the shrine of Ap-Mat Temple No.
176, at which all the faithful wor worshippers
shippers worshippers of the prophet may assem assemble.
ble. assemble. The caravan leaves at 1:30 via
the tracks of the Seaboard.

CASHIER TOOK THE CASH

Mrs. S. D. Stewart, widow of the

late Rev. Solomon D. Stewart, died

at her home on West Oklawaha .ave

nue at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon.

Her son, R. D. Stewart, a tailor of
Tampa, and a recen't graduate of

Tuskegee Institute, came up last

night to attend his mother's funeral.
The burial took place near Ken-

drick, where the family formerly

lived and where several members
are -buried.

Love of the Brother.
Lore of the brother we see will
ielp us to the love of the 'Father we
lo not see. Wi"? Waton.
CURES STUBBORN
ITCHY SKIN TROUBLES

"I could scratch myself to pieces"
is often heard from sufferers of Ec Eczema,
zema, Eczema, tetter, Itch and similar skin
eruptions. Don't scratch stop the
itrhiner t once with Dr. Hobson's

Eczema Ointment. Its first applica

tion starts healins: red rougn, scaiy,

itching skin is soothed Dy tne neai neai-ing
ing neai-ing and cooling medicines. Mrs. C.
A. Einf eldt, Rock Island, 111., after
using Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment,
writes: "This is the first time In
,ine years! have been free from the
dreadful ailment." Guaranteed. 50c,
at your druggist. Tue Thur fri w.

Athens, Ca., June 23. RobeTt
Woods, cashier of the Citizens Bank
and Trust Company, which turned
its business over to the state treas treasurer
urer treasurer several weeks ago, was today

placed under heavy ibohd to answer

the charge of embezzlement. The
examiners report that the books
of the bank show a shortage of $30,-

000.

THE METROPOLITAN

SAVINGS BANK

This bank i always open until 8
o'clock in the evening on Saturdays

and Mondays; on other days of the

week it closes at 3 o'clock in the aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. The bank will observe all
legal holidays, both state, and na national,
tional, national, and .will remain closed on
those days.
George Giles, President.
Frank P. Gadson, Cashier. 3-19-tf

r.7sn Pay Homage ''"
to Mar's Fifed
I am not surprised to observe the
number of men who come into the store
to purchase 'Mother's

Friend,' remarked
a leading: druggist.
It 13 a happy
thought to send
hubby to the drug
store. "Mother's
Friend" Is applied
externally over the
abdominal muscles.
It is a gentle,
soothing' lubricant.

penetrates to the fine network cf nerves
beneath the skin and has a marked
tendency to relieve the muscular strain
to which .these broad. Cat abdominal
muscles are subjected. The cords, ten tendons
dons tendons and ligaments are thus permitted to
stretch without the corresponding surface
strain so often Involved during the period
of expectation. This in part accounts for
the entire absence. In many cases reported,
of nausea, morning slcir.css tnl other
distresses, such z lawratica of the epi epidermis
dermis epidermis bo often the ccse when tv3 gentle
form of lubrication Is neglected.
"Mothers rriend" has been highly
recommended by a host of women who
know from experience and by men who
know from observation. Write Bradfle'c"
Regulator Co.. 308 Lamar Bldg Atlart.
Ga.. and we win send you a valuable Y-.tk.
book to expectant mothers.

The more bank depositors there are in a communijthniore prosperous
will be both, the individual citizen and the community as n Vhole.
The bank and its depositors, co-operating, can bring 'about gratifying rc
suits in the form of more business: . ILT
The service of this Rank inrlnrfoa CrtHt A

Profitable hannlind nf timHe Wo aro qnvmno r eAMrA

-m-.Q w awuuw w w u HUA1VUO W CrVA T JTVU

The Ocala National'-Bainilk.
Capitol, Scrplco ana Prot!!3 ovc?.'CC3,c!ilC0.
ACTIVE U. S. DEIPOSITAr. ..r-

LTr-

Try a DAILY STAR Want dpt Paysc

CEIISURE FOR JUDGE SPEER

(Continued from First Page)

That he has disregarded mandates
of the court of appeals.
That he has allowed improper
court costs, although it Is stated he
has been more or less in discreet in
matters of his character.

That he was guilty of unlawful J

and oppressive conduct for private j W jj

sold property.
The committee also declares not
sustained the charges (that he at attempted
tempted attempted to .bribe officers appointed
to act as custodians.
The majority of the subcommittee
in its conclusions, however, says:
"The record details a large num number
ber number of official acts on the part of
Judge Speer -which are 5n themselves
legal, yet when taken together, de develop
velop develop into a system tending to ap approach
proach approach a condition of tyranny and
oppression. There (has been an in inequitable
equitable inequitable exercise of judicial discre discretion
tion discretion onany instances of iwhich have
been frequently criticised where the
cases in which they were committed
have been reviewed by the courts of
appeal, "while in others ilitigants were
unable, financially, to prosecute 'ap 'appeals.
peals. 'appeals. That the power of the court has
been exercised in a despotic and au autocratic
tocratic autocratic manner cannot be ques questioned."
tioned." questioned." 1

CONCERNING CLEAN LIVING

Modern

Sanitation is
Good.

a Growing

No man or woman can perform
full duty to themselves or tc- others
unless they keep themselves clean
within.
An upset liver or sluggish kidneys
will spoil your work and worth.

Regularly take CarswelFs Liver-

Aid and you will be a new being In

this climate for it will cleanse your
system as soap will cleanse your
hands.

Carswell's Liver-Aid takes the
place of calomel takes its place ex excepting
cepting excepting in the after effects.
- It gently acts right now on the
liter and kidneys and eliminates the
poisons and accumulations.
Results internal cleanliness and
by means of a pure vegetable com compound.
pound. compound. V
No danger, no discomfort.
On sale at The Court Pharmacy
in 50 cent bottles. Purchase price
refunded in full if you wish It. But
you wont, when you try this scien scientific
tific scientific remedy. Ad 5

PRESERVING THE
BALANCE OF POWER

President Not in Favor of Heeding
Turkish Government's
Protest
Washington, June 23. The Turk Turkish
ish Turkish government has formally protest protested
ed protested against the proposed sale of the
American battleships Mississippi and
Idaho to Greece.
Greece takes the position that if
she buys the vessels the -balance of
power in the iMediterranean would
preserve and maintain peace while
Turkey claims peace can best ibe
guaraneed by the refusal of the Unit United
ed United States to aid in agumenting her
rival's naval force.
President Wilson told callers
that he favored the sale of the bat battleships
tleships battleships to Greece because it bad
been reported to him that such ac

tion would be in
peace.

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best farming and stockraising prop
erties in the county. If interested,
additional information can be had at
Star offloe. 6-13- tf

COCGHS AND COLDS
WEAKEN THE SYSTEM

A GOOD INVESTMENT
PROPOSITION

Continued coughs, colds and bron bronchial
chial bronchial troubles are depressing and'
weaken the system; Loss of weight
anil annotttA ponerallv fnllnw. 47t

the interest of ja 50a jj of Dr King's New Dla-

corsi-y today. It will stop your
cough. The first dose helps. The
best medicine for stubborn coughs,
eclds and all throat and lung trou troubles.
bles. troubles. Mr. O. H. Brown, Muscatine,
Ala., writes: "My wife was sick
during the hot summer months and
I honestly believe Dr. King's New
Discovery saved her life' Good for

children. 50c and $1 at your drug-

Wanted, loan of $3,000 on highly
improved farming property, near
Ocala, value more than six times

that of the loan wanted. One of the gist. tues-thurs-frlAwky

TaSQia Caters.
In Greek legends lotus eaters were
a people wnd ate the fruit and drank
the juice pi the lotus, a prickly shrub
possessing the power to cause con consumers
sumers consumers to loAe all thoughts of home
and kindred and to sink into a stupor
in which they? were but half awake
and half asleep. .The term is now
sometimes applied to persons who for forget
get forget the claUnarof relatives and coun country,
try, country, or to those who lead a ipitgmld
and listless life.
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New Idea for Cotton.
From spruce wood pulp a French In Inventor
ventor Inventor has made a fabric resembling
cotton and equally capable of bleach bleaching
ing bleaching and dyeing.
' Chocolate Covered Crackers, 40
cents the pound at Gerigs'. 6-19-tf

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