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For All of the Homes
AT RIGHT PRICES
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J. E. CHACE, President
110 FIGHT 1
Hum Drnwn the ttentioii and Appre
elation of Working len Ihrouuli Ihrouuli-out
out Ihrouuli-out the I niteil States
(Py I C. Sparkman)
When Claude L'Kngle offered
amendment to me i mu-rwoon lanu
bill in the democratic caucus provid-i"e misrepreseniai ion n comam comam-ing
ing comam-ing that an internal revenue tax equal ?1 in the words above quoted.
in the am. umt of the tariff tax be col- "Instead of 'almost all are native
lected from 'all manufacturers of pro- ''n or naturalized citizens.' the con contested
tested contested articles who do not pay living verse is more nearly correct, viz: Ai Ai-wages
wages Ai-wages and who work foreign labor or most all are foreign born and not
work women long hours or children at naturalized citizens.
all. he began to receive letters from J "The signers of the memorial to
1 .1.. ...,.1 i ..f .r,v,ni,,rion: nil i Congress are presidents and managers
over the country commending his
amendment. Put the amendment was
ruled out on a point of order aud be
has recently introduced a bill covering
tlie same points, which will probably
eome up for consideration at the reg regular
ular regular session of Congress in December.
The letters continue to come eom eom-niendinji
niendinji eom-niendinji the 1 i 1 1 and a couple of them
may prove interesting to labor men in
Florida. Here is a letter from miners
"Hon. Mr. L'Kngle. House of Repre Representatives.
sentatives. Representatives. Washington. IV C.
Sir: Having noticed in the public
,-ress a reference to your position on
certain parts of the tariff question, we
hoped you might be interested in
nutter herein enclosed, and we
The place to take
your meals while
your family is
away for the sum summer.
mer. summer. Service and food
the very best with
polite and court courteous
eous courteous attention,
Bring your moth mother'
er' mother' wife or sweet sweetheart.
heart. sweetheart. YOU WILL BE TREATED
MR. W. H. MANNS, President and Secretary of the Southern Settlement and
bring another member.
that as a friend of the American labor laborer,
er, laborer, you may be able to use these facts
to some advantage when debate arises:
"Recently at a conference of lead
and zinc producers, held at Salt Lake
City, Utah. a memorial to Congress
was prepared and forwarded, touching
the matter of tariffs on these
branches of the mining industry.
published the following statement isicapital that they dare not sign their
contained therein: 'Almost all the men
employed in the lead mines are native
(horn or naturalized citi7ens of a high
(average of intelligence.'
I "As a committee of American work-
ling men employed in the mines of the
Cour d'Alene district of Idaho, which
mines produce about one-third of all
anjthe lead and zinc mined in the United
- i.m r -.
of important mining enterprises, men
who rarely enter the mines or mingle
with the miners, but as they annex i
ttieir signatures month after month to
the pay checks of the workmen, and as
they consult with their foremen, they j
ce.Lu., ,.u..i vo o,u.r V
knowledge as to the nationality of the
great armies of employees.
"The Hercules mine at r.urke em- i
ploys three hundred men and irom that
number onlv 67 were entitled to vote' 11 n,;1 nsiere ou Lil.
at the general election of 1012. (delegation of Chicago shoe manufac-
"The Federal Mining Fmelting Jturers is 'moving on' to Washington to
Com pan v. an allv of the American Protest against the cut in rates on
Smelting & Penning Company (the lead;'ir product, or rather the placing of
trust) employs 2o0 men in the Lat;l,1,r pro.iuci lr
Chance mine at Wardner. 200 in the
Morning mine at
ind ever- one of
Mullen, and in
e tnree mine?
70 to 7,"i per -ent of the employees are
"The Hunker Hill & Sullivan Com-,
ipany has a payroll ot toj ot wnicu
about "-" per cent are foreign. j
" I he Stewart nas .00 men witn aoou;
S" per cent not naturalized.
"The Tamarack & Custer Company
has 200- men with 60 per cent not Am- i
rican citizens. I
The Heela. has 2".0 men with about
! 7. per cent not naturalized. j
' "Mention is made above of a few of i
! tiie princi;al mines of this district!
. merely to snow i:ie Tendency towar-t
'giving foreign labor the preference,
j "Having little in common with, the
; v.r: n'.-rie:m a i d f r : ltm not
j speaking the Knglish language, these j
alien workmen, usually unmarried, are j
'willing, to nerd together in company
j boarding house-, contributing nothing
ho the upbuilding of the communities.
CO iJlIJie rc ax i i.v ui:iaii) ui iiiu.a.i.
This communication is unsigned for
? reason inai iiue c-i iui
itluences that employ this large amount
o' foreign labor bear down strongly on
m11 niirN'in workman, nrombitinsr
complaint or criticism on penalty or
lesing his job and thus losing the
means of sustenance for his family and
The above letter brings out two
facts worthy of the serious considera consideration
tion consideration of every patriotic American citi-
of the Ocala
T" rr j-i o
See Reading article on this subject elsewhere in this
zen: The first is the alarming extent
to which foreign labor is competing
with the American citizen, thereby re reducing
ducing reducing his wases and standard of liv living
ing living and making it more and more dif
ficnlt for him to secure employment.
The second is that in this reputed
land of the free American citizens are
held in such abject subservience to
inames to a communication to one of
their representatives in Congress.
Coming from the other side of the
(continent is the following letter from
the National Free Labor Association,
an organization opposed to competition
j between convict and free labor, with
headquarters in New York, to which
- Mr. L'Kngle sent a copy of his bill on
L'Kngle, Washington. P.
"Dear Sir: We believe most heartily
in the principles of the b'll. and fur-
thermore that you have struck the
right idea in the problem of national
j legislation in labor matters, namely:
i'1'he use of the taxing clause of the
constitution instead of the inter-state
commerce clause. This- removes the
:nKit.ptl1,n of ennitif ntirin:ilirr If in
the course of the twenty-five years
! struggle for national legislation on
convict made goods this idea had oc
curred to any one of the public men
vho at various limes dealt with the
i:.. i i.rt.i,.r-.n r-,.-,i,i
MllijrVl V f I'CUCt C tilt" ir3iciatiun wu-
(have been on the statute books long
! a s o.
delegation is headed
bv Mr. J. Harry
t,. U V.. w'. 1.. i
:!nvab Choe Corn-
SATURDAY A MONDAY
2-j lbs. Granu-B-
j To any one buying for CASH
, Otnef gOOQS 10 tne amOlint 01
r 1 i
I VI ai tit ata llvlxr vr--k a r-k r It
pi Ul uiuic. uui) uiic purc-
j g f SUgar tO 3 CUStOmer On
day of sale.
J. L. SMITH GROCERY CO.
OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY.
Board of Trade are Urged to attend a
This is very important for Ocala. Come and
Parker Hoot and Shoe Company has a
prison labor contract at the Missouri
penitentiary. It pays the state 70 cents
for the day's work of a convict and
'gets heat, light, water, power and fac-
itory space free of charge. Mr. Sels,
the spokesman of the delegation claims
the Chicago manufacturers, including
his firm, are unable to compete with
t!ie low wage scale of foreign manu manufacturers
facturers manufacturers J.n view of the above com comment
ment comment seems unnecessary.
"We take the liberty of including a
report bearing on this question of
wages in shoe factories as affected by
convict com pet ition.
"National Free Labor Association.
"P.y Wm. Phillips, Secretary."
In the above letter a national labor
organization gives to one of Florida's
congressman credit for initiating a
piece of legislation that will solve the
greatest problem that confronts the
laboring men of this country today,
Congressman L'Kngle has assurance
of support for this bill from most of
the senators and congressmen who take
an active interest in legislation bene beneficial
ficial beneficial to American labor, anil one sen senator
ator senator in particular, though a republican
and they seldom support democratic
bills has assured him that he will not
only support it but will consider it an
honor to lead the fight for it in the
If you want a well, have a good one
and let S. II. Christian do your work.
Adv. May 21.
11KST MKDICIXr: FOR COLDS
When a druggist recommends a rem remedy
edy remedy for colds, throat and lung troubles,
you can feel sure that he knows what
he is talking about. C. Lower, drug druggist,
gist, druggist, of Marion, Ohio, writes of Dr.
King's New Discovery: "I know Dr.
King's New Discovery is the best
throat and lung medicine I selL It
cured mv wife of a severe bronchial
cold after all other remedies had fail failed."
ed." failed." It w;Il do the same for you if you
are suffering with a cold or any bron bronchial,
chial, bronchial, throat or lung cough. Keep a
bottle on hand all the time for every everyone
one everyone in the family to use. It is a home
doctor. Price 50c and $1. Guaranteed
bv Tydings & Co. Ad.
IVD1VN RUXXER DUCKS
Pure blood fawn and white, standard
variety of these famous "egg ma machines."
chines." machines." Eggs for sale for hatching at
ten cents each. Also two drakes for
sale at $2 each. Write or inquire of
N Trafton. Eelleview. Fla. 4-28
Stiff neck is not only painful, but an annoying.
noying. annoying. To get rid of it quickly, rub
the parts affected with BALLARD'S
SNOW LINIMENT. It penetrates the
rlesh and relaxes the muscles so that
the rain ceases immediately. Price
2 5c. oOc and SI per bottle. Sold by all
Lame back rs usually caused by
rheumatism of the muscles of the
back, for which you will find nothing
better than Chamberlain's Liniment.
For sale by all dealers. Ad.
MAY 17, 1913
IIS 1 1
Will be Attracted In Thousand Ity the
Method of the Southern Develop Development!
ment! Development! Company
Duval county decided last night at a
meeting of its citizens held at the
Seminole hotel under the auspices of
the Florida finance committee "to take
stock to the tune of $10,000 in the work
of the Southern Settlement and De Development
velopment Development Organization, in a broad and
comprehensive plan of the body to at attract
tract attract desirable settlers and capitalists
from all over the United States and
J. H. BRINS0N
: AND : : :
EVERYTHING IN REAL
OCALA - FLORIDA
The Slickest Electric
Motor for Sewing Machines
on the Market. Phone us
for a Demonstration.
Ask to see our Stoves
and Ranges. We will Save
Agents for the Stand Standard
ard Standard ''Central Needle" Sewing
Machine. Try one and if it
is not the Best, we Want it
Back in our Store.
PHONE CALLS WILL RECEIVE PROMPT
OCALA FURNITURE CD.
Five thousand of this amount was
pledged at the meeting last night. A
resolution was carried, in a unanimous
vote of approval, for a vigorous en endeavor
deavor endeavor being put forth by a commit committee
tee committee to be named by Dr. W. M. Stinson,
the chairman, for the securing of an
additional $r,.000. The meeting was one
of enthusiasm, where wonders of Flor Florida's
ida's Florida's possibilities came as new stories,
in many cases, from a score or so of
Martx Work In Florida
In the move made last night, Duval
county starts the work in Florida and
gives the state the additional honor of
being second of the Southern group of
sixteen to start the ball rolling. Only
one, Maryland, has its plans already
in t!ie working. It was in Paltimore
that the Southern Development and
Settlement Organ iaztion was born two
years ago and sworn in two months
ago as an agent to make the South
greater agriculturally and industrial industrially
ly industrially by making known, in a systematic
manner, its resources and bringing
new citizens from every quarter of the
Many I-Vniire Considered
Authoritative literature, having ag agricultural
ricultural agricultural and industrial experts on the
land to aid the newcomer with the col collected
lected collected experience of the best author authorities,
ities, authorities, a move to prevent the trans transcontinental
continental transcontinental lines of railway to trans transport
port transport all peasants and farmers who en enter
ter enter the j'orts of the East to the untill untill-ed
ed untill-ed acres of the West and the Canadian
Northwest, by the organiaztion show showing
ing showing them equally good treatment South
and better resource?, were some of the
enthMsiastic features of the meeting
Other Meeltnun IManued
It is probable that there
other meetings soon in connection with
the movement which had its beginning
here last night. W. H. Mauss. vice
president and general manager of the
organization, the honor
rue.-t of tne
meeting, and since last Saturday an in
teresting and interested visitor in the
city, is a man In-demand now. Tele Telegrams
grams Telegrams were real at the meeting last
night by Secretary H. H. Richardson
of the board of trade from half a doz dozen
en dozen counties in the state. Mr. Mauss
will be invited to the.-e points also to
outline the work which the organiza organization
tion organization has under way. Palatka was rep represented
resented represented personally with such an in invitation
vitation invitation by Mr. Ledbetttr, and Ocala
by J. D. Pooney, universally known
here as an industrial agent, but now
the secretary of the Ocala Poard of
OMETIIIti THAT AOXT BREAK
Ladies, it i? a coat) that we guar guarantee
antee guarantee that yoj cannot break. Call at
the Court Pharmacy and ask to see it
on your next trip down town. Adv.
nifi mil. amji:hm) amj
x -ohii,.ti:mili-: iday. iv.
Shoe polish of every description can
be found at the Court Pharmacy. If It
is shoe polish, they have It. Adv.
Icy hot bottles in quarts and pints
at the Court Pharmacy.
THE FURNITURE MEN
The II rf fc'ltjr Han Kipantlrd anil Mill
lltlntaTIy le the Capital City
1 of Florida
(Jacksonville Metropolis, 16th)
Jeff Davis Rooney was In town yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, and brought with him assur-
ance that the state division squabble
had beett settled and that Ocala is to
be the capital of the New State of
To accommodate the necessary build buildings
ings buildings and departments of the tate, he
incidentally remarked that Ocala has
stretched out her tent strings and tak taken
en taken in all the surrounding territory
clear down to deep water on the St.
Johns river, and that a line of "boats
will be established from Ocala to Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. Mr. Rooney is the secretary of the
Ocala Hoard of Trade. He was former formerly
ly formerly Florida industrial agent for the
Seaboard, an! is well known as prob probably
ably probably the most industrious man In the
state. It is certain that when Rooney
says a thing is po, it has already near
happened, ant his announcement of
these important changes to be in the
geography of Florida are important
If t h y develop into reality.
Mr. Rooney has undertaken the pub publicity
licity publicity and prosperity of one of the liv lives
es lives t towns in the state, and his efforts
will be little short of success in any anything
thing anything be undertakes along lines that
The government is considering a
project that will give Ocala a six-foot
Jeep channel one hundred feet wide
leading into the .St. Johns, and this
will be the making of the little town
from a freight standpoint, if, as they
say they will they establish a barge
line to the port of Jacksonville.
: JOSEPH BELL :
: Attorney at Law
; Second Floor, Z
Munroe & ChamblissBldg.j
Ocala, Fla :
DR. L. F. BLALOGK
! OFFICE OVER COMMERCIAL
. Ill 11$
OCALA, - FLORIDA
CALA EVENING STtS, SATl'IIDAV, MAY 17, 1913
OOALA EVENING STAR
Blttlnger Sc. Carroll, Proprietors
H. II. Carroll, Geoeral Manager
lort V. LeaTengood, IJaaineMi Manager
J. II. Ilenjatnln, Editor
Entered in the postofflce at Ocala,
ria., as second class matter.
All members and as many of th bus business
iness business men as possible should attend the
Board of Trade meeting this eveniny.
Mr. V. H. Manna, president and sec sec-retary
retary sec-retary of the Southern Settlement and
Development Organization, has matters
of much Importance to submit to the
Progress is now the watchword, and
we can only progress through develop development.
ment. development. The Hoard of Trade is, opening
the way for greater development than
our city has ever seen. It has called
more attention to Ocala in the last
twelve months than has been drawn
our way for the twelve years since the
state capital campign. It may not have
put Ocala on the map. but it has drawn
a rainbow ring around the .spot on the
map where our city was known to be.
With our opportunities and respon responsibilities,
sibilities, responsibilities, it is impossible to fill our
proper place in the future without the
aid of some such a powerful and ag aggressive
gressive aggressive trade organization.
So it is the duty of our citizens to
back up this beneficial aggregation
with their moral and financial support.
All they do for it will be returned to
them In good time with good measure.
If not already members, they should
Join, attend the meetings and pay their
dues. The last mentioned duty is also
an important one. Enthusiasm is a
good asset but it needs a cash basis.
ANTHONY'S I! Hi CHOP
The rich farming section around An Anthony
thony Anthony is in a very prosperous condition
this season and prospects were never
better for good money returns from the
early crops with fine staple crop condi conditions
tions conditions prevailing and a large acreage of
those crops in fine condition. Ship Shipping
ping Shipping tomatoes has already begun and
they will fo forward in car lots in a
few days, and cantaloupes will be
loaded in car lot shipments on the 25th
of this month. Two new packing houses
have been built this season, and sev several
eral several independent buyers are making
their headquarters there so that the
growers will not lack for markets for
The tomato crop is said to be the
finest that the sectlonn has ever known
and the acreage is very large, there be being
ing being between 500 and 600 acres. There
is almost 1000 acres oJ cantaloupes in
the Anthony section, and there is nft
signs of blight on the vines which have
fruited fairly well. Prices on tamatoes
are most satisfactory and promise to
be good for cantaloupes when that
crop begins to move.
The bean crop was short but the
prices were unusually good. There are
about 300" acres in beans but the crop
Is pretty well all shipped.
Messrs. O. M. Brown and G. Lewis
will handle through their packing
house about 125 acres of cantaloupes
and 200 to 300 acres of tomatoes and
expect to get good prices. Mr. Brown
Is a successful grower and shipper and
Mr. Lewis, who has practically made
his home at Anthony for a number of
years, is a most successful handler of
produce and their facilities for pack packing
ing packing and forwarding the crop will be
The Ocala friends of Miss Helen Hunt
of St. Augustine will be interested to
know that she will reopen her suit
against the president of Stetson Uni University
versity University for her dismissal from that in institution
stitution institution five years ago. Miss Hunt
seems to have been treated with un unnecessary
necessary unnecessary harshness. She brought suit
against President Hulley, and a Volusia
county jury gave her a verdict and
heavy damages. The supreme court re reversed
versed reversed the decision of the circuit court
on a technicality. Now, Miss Hunt has
again brought suit. She has visited
Ocala within the last two or three
years, and made friends with all who
A few weeks ago, the city council of
Ocala passed an ordinance directly In Intended
tended Intended to do away with certain incon inconveniences
veniences inconveniences that pressed upon people of
small means. Said ordinance conflict conflicted
ed conflicted with an out of dae state law, which
was promptly invoked against it, and
so the poor people were denied the re relief
lief relief that the council justly tried to g've
them. The other day, in Orlando, an another
other another out of date state law, namely, the
one requiring railroads not to exceed
four miles an hour in running1 their
trains thru an incorporated town, was
found to be inconveniencing the great
Atlantic Coast Line corporation, and
was promptly set aside by the council
of that city. Its always easy to gore
the poor man's ox. You can't make a
dent in the side of a corporation's bo bovine
vine bovine with the prow of a battleship.
TO THE FIRST 25 LADIES
We will sell 1 Enameled
Coffee Pot, regular price 50c
Opening Morning ONLY at
JUL J L"Li )
BaaWaattaB aaaaaaMaaaaal (iJlN tfH
DAIRY and KITCHEN SALE
Begins Saturday and continues through the whole month of May
Supply your Dairy and Kitchen NOW
TO THE FIRST 25 LADIES
Monday morning at 9 o'clock
4 cakes Octagon Soap for 10c
4 cakes Export Soap for 10c
4 boxes Gold Dust for 10c
4 boxes Grand Ma for 10c
Colors assorted, red, brown, blue and
oak mixtures. Regular price, 25c,
HOWLS AXI PITCHERS
$1.00 value 79c
$l.f.O value ,,8c
STONE SLOP JARS
$1.00 value TOc
$1.25 value 8c
Good 25c table cloth now -15c yd
Good 35c table cloth now. . .19c yd
Good 50c table cloth now 38c yd
Good 75c table cloth now. . .59c yd
Good $1 table cloth now 79c yd
$1.35 size now $1.19
$1.75 size now $1.49
$2.00 size now $1.79
Also netting by the yard.
REST GALVANIZED ICE CREAM
1 quart, regular $1.50, now..
2 quart, regular $2.00, now..
1 quart, regular $1.50, now... $1.39
2 quart, regular $2.25, now. .$1.75
3 quart, regular $3.00, now... $2.39
4 quart, regular $3.50, now... $2.89
4 quart, regular $4.75, now. .$3.09
Contains articles worth up to 25c,
IJig Milk Buckets,
Big Dish Pans,
Gray Enameled Sauce Pans,
Big Sugar Cans,
Big Steve Pans,
Cups and Saucers,
Big and Small Platters,
Good Fruit Press,
Silverette Knives and Forks.
3 in 1 Oil,
Decorated Cups and Saucers,
Plates to match,
Glazed Stone Cooking Vessels,
White Lined Enamel Pie Plates,
Black Enamel Waiters.
Contains articles worth up to $1
Big Enamel Dish Pans, white lined.
Big Enameled Foot Tub,
Big Enamel Water Kettle,
Hotel Size Coffee Boiler,
Double Piece Boiler, white lined,
Big Vegetable Boiler, white lined,
Big Stew Kettle, white lined,
Blue Enamel White Lined Covered
Boiler, lid of same,
Hotel Size Boiler, lid of same,
Blue Enamel White Lined Water
Contains articles worth up to 75c:
Fine quality Coffee Pots,
Gray Enamel Slop Jars,
Family Size Blue Enamel Water
We have divided our whole stock
of enamel, tin and crockery ware into
seven different lots at as many differ different
ent different prices as indicated here. Great Great-est
est Great-est opportunity to fill your kitchen
with useful utensils and dairy and
Contains articles worth up to 15c
Enamel Dippers and Cups,
Salt and Pepper Shakers,
All now 5c
Good Toilet Soap, 2 cakes for 5c,
Wtitt temore's Shoe Polish, White,
Black and Tan,
Now 49c, 59c, 09c and 79c
GLASS WASH BOARDS
50c value now 44c
WOODEN WASH BOARDS
35c value now 23c
Contains articles worth up to 45c:
Gray Double Rice Boilers,
Wooden Mixing Bowls,
Bakers or Vegetable Dishes."
White Enamel Decorated Pitchers,
Decorated Enamel Bowls,
Large White Lined Enamel Frying
Heavy Brue Enamel Bucket with
Blue Enamel Rice Boiler,
Contains articles worth up to 50c
Galvanized Slop Jars,
Gray Enamel Milk Cans,
Set Knives and Forks,
Blue Enamel Fry Pap,
Blue Enamel Water Kettle,
S quart Vegetable Boilers,
White Lined Decorated Sauce Pans,
Boilers and Stew Kettles,
Gray Enamel Foot Tubs,
Large Enamel Dish Pans,
Contains articles worth up to 30c:
Blue Enamel Rice Boilers,
Enamel Milk Pans,
Blue Enamel White Lined Steri Sterilizer,
lizer, Sterilizer, Large Tin Milk Can,
Enamel Coffee Potg,
One Gallon Oil Can,
Drip or Roast Pan.
This is the chance you have been waiting for to buy Dishes and Cooking Utensils.
Come Early and get Your Pick,
M. FISHEL & SON
MASON'S FRUIT JARS
Pints, regular 65c, now.... 49c doz
Quarts, regular 85c, now. .09c. doz
Half-gallon, regular $1, now 79c. doz
WIDE MOUTH JARS
Pints, regular 90c, now 79c. doz
Quarts, regular $1, now. .. .89c doz
10p yard Gloss toweling now.... 7c
10c yard Huck toweling now 8c
yard Absorb toweling now. 10c
Ready made towels at great bar bargains.
gains. bargains. OAIvVAMZEp IVATpil BUCKETS
8 quart, now '. 13c
10 quart, now lQc
12 quart, now g3C
14 quart, now S9c
Regular 85c, now 6Dc
Regular $1.00, now 79c
METAL WASH BOARDS
40c value now 33c
Self adjustable, two sizes, suitable for
any window .29c And 35c
8 quart, regular 50c value 39c
13 quart, regular 65c value 49c
Water Coolers at great reductions.
provides that a reservation of 235,000
acres shall be set askle for the use of
the Indians. About 200,000 acres of
the proposed reservation are located
in Monroe county and are valuable
only as a hunting reserve for the In Indians.
dians. Indians. The other portion of the lands
arc incited in Palm Beach county, and
It is proposed, if the bill passe
ate a farm there.
AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
meeting of committeemen
In response to a call of the chairman
of the county democratic executive
committee, the eight precincts compos composing
ing composing the third commissioners' district
were represented at a meeting held in
the city hall today. A full report of
the proceedings will be ydven Monday.
On account of the absence from the
city of the pastors there will be no
evening services in several of the
Ocala ehurchs tomorrow. The con congregations
gregations congregations ar cordially invited to
unite at the Temple theater at S
to Jo- i o'clock under the auspices of the W. C.
T. I". Mrs. Mabel 11. Stevens, who will
make an address, is a speaker of won wonderful
derful wonderful talent and magnetic personality.
All of the youn? people's organizations
of all the churches are also invited to
unite in the service at the Methodist
church on Sunday afternoon at four
FAVORS STATE DIVISION
Mr. C. H. Spencer of Tampa is in the
city on business. He is chairman of
the Hillsborough county democratic
executive committee, and is very en
thusiastic on the state-division prop proposition
osition proposition now bo fore the Florida legisla legislature.
ture. legislature. He, like nearly all other resi residents
dents residents in the southern part of the state,
says that the constantly increasing
business necessary to be transacted at
the capital makes a trip to Tallahassee
a heavy burden on those who are com compelled
pelled compelled to go there.
Its much to be feared that war will
break out between France and Ger
many this summer.
Kenerally accepted view, it is the
statesmen of the former country who
are trying to keep the peace, while the
common people are clamoring for war.
It must be said to the credit of the
socialists that the disciples of that cult
In both nations are doing their best to
avert a conflict. There is no real rea reason
son reason for war" between France and Ger Germany
many Germany and if a conflict occurs it will be
a world-wide misfortune.
The latest collection in the Commer Commercial
cial Commercial Hank's agricultural display is a
fine bunch of Bermuda onions sent in
by Mr. Otto Young, of Eastlake. The
largest one measures over eighteen in inches
ches inches in circumference. They were rais raised
ed raised on the Silver Lake Farm just east
of Eastlake. No further demonstra demonstration!
tion! demonstration! is necessary to prove that the
growing of this splendid article of diet
can be made a success on the soil
around the lake. There is always a
good market for them, either as a fresh
vegetable or as a staple article of mer-
Contrarv to the I ( -handise. an' quality of those on
display in Ir. lioozer s miniature ag agricultural
ricultural agricultural fair cannot be surpassed.
If. P. McNeil, who was shot by his
wife at Pablo Peach Wednesday .died
Friday at the DeSoto sanitarium In
Jacksonville. His wife and negro
chauffeur are held to await the verdict
of the coroner's Jury.
Over fifteen hundred briefs have
been filed with the Senate finance com committee
mittee committee on items affected by the Under Underwood
wood Underwood tariff. Personal interviews have
been granted over five hundred per persons
sons persons interested in manufacturing and
importing and countless letters and
messages have been' received.
Before the United State sets out to
whip either Japan or California, It
should straighten out the state of West
Virginia, which is violating the consti constitution
tution constitution almost under the shadow of the
The great American hen has made
her way into South America. Infor Information
mation Information received by the state depart department
ment department declares the government of Ur Ur-uaguay
uaguay Ur-uaguay has just imported six hundred
American hens for the improvement of
the native stock. The fowls are to Ik
distributed to experimental poultry
stations. Alfonzo Purke. an American,
has been appointed chief poulterer of
the Uruguayan republic.
The bill setting aside a reservation
for the Florida Indians has been pre prepared
pared prepared by the committee on Indian af affairs
fairs affairs and offered, and it is believed that
the measure will pass at this session
of the legislature. The government
has appointed an Indian commissioner
for Florida, and it is necessary for th3
state to cooperate with the government
In carrying out plans for the better betterment
ment betterment of the state's wards. The bill
Dr. Frederick A. Cook, the discredit discredited
ed discredited Arctic explorr-r. will lecture in Live
Oak Monday night. The doctor should
After all the dining and wining and
the lovely lines of talk for Secretary of
the Navy Daniels at Pensacola, he pro proposes
poses proposes to follow the policy of his pre predecessor
decessor predecessor in regard to the navy yard.
Isn't it ?
Rev. Jas. G. Glass, Priest in Charge
7:30 a. m. Holy communion.
10 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Litany, sermon and communion.
Rev. J. B. Ley, Tastor.
Bible school, 9:30 a. m.
Preaching 11 a. in., by Rev. W. J.
4 1. m., lecture by Mrs. Mabel II.
Stevens of Southland Seminary, Gaines Gainesville.
ville. Gainesville. This service will be of special
interest to the young people of the city.
Meeting at Temple theater at 8 p. in.
(W. II. Coleman, Minister.)
10 a. m. Sunday School.
3 p. m. The Juniors will meet with
Mrs. Coleman at her home and will
carry out the program in the King's
Builders. Full attendance requested.
11 a. m. Sermon.
At 8 p. m. the church will join in the J work of the
union meeting at the opera house.
Era and orders were made for four
books of "The Church of the Open
Country.-' It was decided that the class
would meet on Tuesday instead of Fri Friday
day Friday evenings, ufter the next meeting,
which will lie held with Miss Martha
Kate Rentz. The social part of the eve evening
ning evening was most enjoyable and the class
will not noon forget the pleasant eve evening.
ning. evening. Fruit punch, cakes and home homemade
made homemade candy were served by Mrs. Ze Zewadski
wadski Zewadski and Miss Hallie Ly. Music
was also enjoyed. Those present ere,
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Zewadski, Misses
Martha Kate Rentz. Edith Sumner, An Annie
nie Annie Moorehad, Susie and Ruth Irvin.
Eunice Ellis. Hallie Ley, Lillie Roux
and Messrs. Olaf Zewadski, S. C. Hick Hick-el,
el, Hick-el, Jr.. Perry Anthony and I. U. Forbes.
S. C. Hickel. Jr., President.
MEETING OF MISSION MI DI' CLASS
Friday evening Mr. Olaf Zewadski
entertained the Epworth Mission Study
Class at the home of his parents on
Oklawaha avenue. The study was
called to order by the president, Mr. S.
C Hickel. Jr. Readings on the Cuban
Missions were read from the Epworth
R. D. FULLER
Office Over Munroe & Chambllas Dank
MONTH I. V V. ('. T. I MEETING
By an oversight the account of the
W, C. T. U. meeting Tuesday afternoon
is late in reaching the office. The
meeting was called to order by the
president, Mrs. W. T. Gary. This be being
ing being a special meeting no reports' were
read except that of the corresponding
secretary, who read a letter from Mrs.
Maliel H. Stevens, state evangelist, in
regard to her visit to Ocala on Sunday,
May 18th. Several committees were
appointed and a rising vote of thanks
given Mrs. Bridges for the beatuiful
tea she gave the un'on several weeks
ago. At the close of the business
meeting a special program was given.
Tlie. meeting in honor of Mother's Day
was In the nature of a mother's club
meeting. After a song by the mem mem-!
! mem-! rs and prayer by Mrs. Van Hood,
Mrs. Gary read the 101 Psalm. Rev.
W. H. Coleman made a beatuiful talk
on a mother's duties and gave some in inspiring
spiring inspiring suggestions in regard to the
W. C. T. U. Mrs. R. R.
Larroll sang with tender expression,
"My Motiier's Song." A number of in informal
formal informal talks were made by the mem members
bers members and visitors and the meeting prov proved
ed proved one of sreat pleasure to all pres present.
ent. present. After adjournment Mrs. Ley and
Miss Roux served iced tea and cheese
sandwiches. On each plate was a
pretty little souvenir of a tiny bouquet
of v.iike i'owers tied with a bow of
white ribbon, the emblem of the union.
rf-s. has been bonked to appear short shortly
ly shortly at the Ideal theater. A great many
of i h a la. people have seen Bernhardt In
t!::- wonderful play and no doubt have
rt a 1 the book by that name. This play
i is well known and Madam Bern
hardt appearing In the photo play ex exactly
actly exactly as produced "T1 the stage is sure
tc draw big houses. The Idr-al will
3i :i ..''j nee the date shortly and the
pri.es will not be advanced.
Alkali Ike, Five Comedy ami WHtern
Heel, Temple Tonight
The greatest comedy and western
show you have seen in a long time and
every one a licensed feature. Look
over this program and see if it isn't
the best ever:
"The Misjudging of Hubby," featur featuring
ing featuring the greatest of comedians, Alkali
"He Waited." A Vitagraph comedy,
featuring Lillian Turner,
"Turn Him Out," a western comedtf
full of laughs. ". :
"A Gambler's Heart," a western Jea
ture with a great story. v.
"The First Prize," a fine sea story by
the Lubin Company.
If you want to see classy licensed
pictures, real reels in a real theater,
come early as we have only 800 seats.
Special Monday, Ty Cobb and Bill An Anderson.
Paul and Virginia and 1'aKfa friz Ideal
The immortal novel of Paul and Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia by St. Pierre will 'be produced at
the Ideal tonight as a feature picture
of two thousand feet of film in two
parts. Tliis is one of those excellent
features for which the Ideal is noted
and will no doubt we well attended.
The comedy tonight is "Acciden In Insurance,"
surance," Insurance," in which Miss Pearl White is
featured and is indeed a funny picture.
The cash prize last night was won by
Mr. E. W. Craybill. Cash prize will be
given the lucky one again tonight.
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine. It stops the
Cough and Headache end works off the' Cold.
Druggists refund money if it fails to cure.
E. W. GROVE'S signature on each box.' 25c.
MAY MILLINERY SALE
As our stock of Spring and Summer Millinery is much loo large to
carry through the long summer months wo have decide dto sell al
our Trimmed Hats at greatly reduced prices from
Saturday, May 17th to May 24th.
On account of the extreme low prices which will prevail duringthis
sale, nothing will be charged. Every purchase must he for cash.
Commercial Bank Bldg. Ocala, Fla.' I
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I EASE M
Partly cloudy, southwest wind.
Minimum temperature, 66 degrees.
Maximum, 0 degrees.
Average, 75 degrees.
IT CURES WHILE YOU WALK
XTee Allen's Foot-Ease, the antiteptic powder t
be shaken into the ehoee. It ineumtij takes the
bunions. It's the greatebt comfort discovery of tb
age. Allen's FoouE&se makes tight or new shoes
feel eaey. Ladie9 can wear shoes one size mallet
after using. It is a certain relief for sweating,
callous and swollen, tender, aching feet. Try it fo.
cay. Sold erery where, i5c. Trial package F&EE,
Address. Allen & OUaated, Le Koy, H. y.
South Atlantic League,
Meat ieg's Buffet,
In its last issue, the I)tlind New?
iiives one of the best home-made and
home-illustrated write-ups of a base baseball
ball baseball irame ever seen in a Florida paper,
'(lussie Preka. well known in Ocala.
was one of the player..
Senator Fletcher is in Tallahassee, to
consult with the legislators re sardine
national measures that are of interest
to the state.
J. E. CHAGE
Rooms 9, 10 and 11, Second Floor
Your Uncle Sam is not afraid of thejg
Japs, hut lie will be cautious about jg
movinsr his soldiers and warships until j 8
the present exeltement subsides. H
J. G. PURVIS,
pi ice 1
. StucTif-y. tbe prominent naval
dealer of Ocala. arrived in Tam Tam-niyht
niyht Tam-niyht to attenl the funeral of
F. M. Simon ton, which took
his afternoon. Tampa Times.
Mr. 1 1. I Dickson of McTntnsh
e ";:r. ;.anb-d by ;;. family
I.akt-'and yesterday and is
:N brother. Mr. D. P. Dick
-Mr. Dickson reports
condition in the v
Prooksville and o;
it all, he made i
jj j nines in ea--y time, leaving
H hand in tim,- fr :
; ; y.
i 'it y
to ar-to of
of Da I-
trip of 110
and r.-ac:i :n u LiKe-i-er.
Lakeiar. 1 Tel-
Don't try to strike a man for a loan
just because he looks lonesome.
DR. D. M. B0NEY
Among the visitors to Gainesville
Saturday was Capt. J. S. Neal of Mcin
tosh. He has 25 acres in tomatoes and
will besin shipping extensively this
week. Capt. Neal brought specimens
of his tomato crop and they are evl
dence that he understands the busi business
ness business and that his product is the high?
est class. He has received srood prices
for beans this season. Gainesville Sun.
The dangerous counterfeit Indian j jj
head $5 silver certificate, recently dis discovered,
covered, discovered, continues in circulation, de
spite the vigilance of secret service and
treasury officials. The notes, which
are almost perfect imitations, are find find-ins
ins find-ins their way throush banks and even
the sub-treasury at New York. j
Offices over Nash's
Dry Goods Store.
IKK, KIK COMKI
viti:kv ItKKI. tkmim.i-:
Hi I IT. ilv.
H The little son c
j vh o has been s:
JJj-s reported much
S i received th- la i
:that tiie aftUctel
t!t Walk. Inverness
f Mr. and Mrs. Mkkel.
k for so Ions and is
ther in Reynolds. .Ja..
''.etter. and his father
intelligence Saturda y
one was now .ibl- to
Optometry Office and Laboratory
9 to 12 a, m., 1:30 to 4:30 p. m.
Rooms 2-6 Gary BuIMlng. Ocala, Fia
Poor appetite Is a sure glgrn. of va va-paired
paired va-paired digestion. A few doses of
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab Tablets
lets Tablets will strengthen your digestion and
improve your appetite. Thousands
have been benefited by taking these
tablets. Sold by all dealers. Ad.
Have you seen our electric motor for
sewlnsr machines? Phone us about it
Ocala Furniture Co. Phone 10. 5-10-6t
HILL AM) EH SO AND
foilll, TEMI'LE )IOM)V, Adv.
M'lVER & MAC KAY
Undertakers and Embalmerg
Fine Caskets an Burial Robes
D. E. McIYEIl and C. V. KOIJKHTS
Ml Work Done )j Licensed Em Em-balmers
balmers Em-balmers and Fully Guaranteed.
W. C, BLANCHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
P. O. BOX 46 OCALA. FLA.
HAVE YOUR CR PAINTED
Dr. King's New Life Pills will relieve
constipation promptly .nd get your
bowel3 In healthy condition again.
John Supsic, of Sanbury, Pa., says:
"They are the best pills I ever used,
and I advise everyone to use them for
constipation indigestion and liver
complaint." "W'll help you. Price
25c. Recommended by Tydlnga &
Now Is the time to get rid of your
rheumatism. You cap do it by apply applying
ing applying Chamberlain's Liniment and mas-
i saging the parts freely at each ap
; plication For sale by all dealers. Ad. i
D. 2. Jlclver 104
I. V. Roberts 306
Undertaking 'lflr 47
Queen of Sea Routes"
MERCHANTS' A .MIXERS, TRANS. CO.
Sa.annah, Baltimore, Philadelphia,
Boston and Providence
Fine steamers; best service; low
fres; wireless telegraph. Through
tickets to and from principal polnta
Send for booklet.
H. C. AVERT. Agent.
L. D. JONES, a A..
Seminole Hotel, Jacksonville, Fla.
"Flaeat Ceutnlie Trlpa la the Warli"
OCAL EVEJOKG STAR, SATTRDAV, MAY i?t 1013
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DONT L OSE ANY 77Af
JwwrfP ybuc&jv befyou
aaJkybitt money NOW
Every man looks forward to being comfortably
fixed some day, but whatever any man looks forward
to cannot be acquired over-night. If you want to be
comfortably fixed SOME DAY, you must begin by
starting a bank account NOW. Your money is safe
in the bank, and your keen interest in seeing your
balance in the bank grow is the thing that will make
DO YOUR BANKING WITH US
We Pay 4 per cent Interest on Savings Accounts
WW K I
20c Tin Robin Hood Sliced Apricots 15c
30c Tin Robin Hood Apricots 25c
20c Tin Royal Scarlet Tomatoes 15c
30c Tin Robin Hood Pears -25c
35c Package Royal Scarlet Raisins--- 25c
Undertaker Smith, phones 10 and 94.
Box files at the Court Pharmacy 6-12
Mrs. B. F. Borden is somewhat better
Bath sprays for a
the Court Pharmacy.
Inks in any size and kind at the
Court Pharmacy. 6-12
Dr. E. Van Hood returned from Mi Miami
ami Miami this morning.
Indies' white duck 16-button boots,
$3.50. H. B. Masters Co. 5-17-2td
HIO HILL WDERSOV AND
(Olilt, TKMPLK MONDAY. Adv.
Boy's elk oxfords in black and tan
leathers; sizes 3 to 6. Little's Shoe
Parlor. 5-8 6t
The next ball same will be between
Ocala and Dunnellon on the local dia diamond)
mond) diamond) next Thursday afternoon.
Call or phone the Court Pharmacy
for your quick and -accurate prescrip
tion service. Phone 284. 6-12
Mr. Ernest Bicker, formerly of South
Lake Weir, now of, Jacksonville, was at
iYkIIar ring ton last night.
American Beauty Bath Spray fits any
bath tub. Outfit complete $1.25 at
Gerig's drugstores. Adv.
.lust received a shipment of pumps in
tan, sun metal, pat, leather and white
canvas. If. B. Masters Co. 5-16-2td
Mr. B. B. Baum of St. Petersburg has
purchased the Empire Cafe and took
Vh4ry w Tuesday.""
Vinol the ideal tonic for either sum summer
mer summer or winter complaints. Its home in
Ocala is the Court Tharmacy. 6-12
Mrs. Mabel H. Stevens, who is to
speak for tiie W. C. T. U. Sunday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon at the Methodist church and
Sunday evening at the Temple theater,
will arrive from Gainesville Sunday af afternoon.
ternoon. afternoon. Mrs. Stevens teaches a large
Bible class in her city on Sunday morn morning.
ing. morning. While in Ocala she will be en entertained
tertained entertained by Mrs. W. T. Gary. On
Monday she will visit Mrs. B. C. Webb
of Kendrick, at which she will give an
address and organize a union.
LOOKIX; OUT FOR
THE DENTAL LAW
Dr. J. E. Chace went to Tallahassee
last night in the interest of an amend amendment
ment amendment to the state dental law. which is
now before the Senate. The doctor is
a member of the board of dental ex examiners
aminers examiners of the state and the amend amendment,
ment, amendment, among other things, provides
that a dentist to practice in tha state
must get a certificate at a regular
meeting of the board and will not be
allowed to practice on a provisional
certificate which one member of the
board has heretofore been empowered
to issue. The measure has passed the
House but is being held up in the Senate,
Mr. Albert Gerig requests that all
members of the chorus. which will
make music Sunday the 25th, will meet
at tht- Methodist church at 8 o'clock
Monday and Thursday evenings.
E ST E R N ST A R M E ET I V Ci.
Regular meetins of Ocala chapter
No. 21). O. K, was held in Yonge's
Hall, Friday afternoon, with splendid!
Tne chapter set date of June 2nd for
visit of Grand Matron, when this chap chapter
ter chapter will give a banquet and put on
work for inspection, before going next
day to Ft. McCoy and Mcintosh, to in inspect
spect inspect chapters.
Mr. W. B. Rawls. one of Berlin's
successful farmers, was a pleasant
caller at this office this morning.
Gentlemen when you want the best
in shoes, buy Edwin Clapp shoes at H.
P. Masters Co. 5-16-2td
I Sewing is a pleasure with our eec.?
trie motors. A trial wil convince you.
Ocala Furniture Co, P-hoHe. 10, 5-10-fit
NOTICE Til WOODMEN
All members of Fort King Camp No.
14, who can go to Flemington tomor tomorrow,
row, tomorrow, to attend the unveiling of the
monument to the late sovereign, T, H,
Mills, are requested to be et Yonge's
hall at 12:15 p. m., in orvler to obtain an
06ALA HI AFFAIRS
If you have any Items for thla de department,
partment, department, call Phone 106.
Party at the Country Club
II A PTIST SILVER TEA
Miss Margaret Lawrence, a bride-to-be
of next month, was the lovely guest
of honor at a beautifully appointed
party given this afternoon from 4 to 6
o'clock at the Ocala Country Club by
Miss Nettie Camp, who besides being
one of the bright seventh grade pupils,
is a member of the "middy band" which
Miss Lawrence organized some weeks
ago. including a membership of five,
the other three being Misses Louise
Rentz. Agnes Burfbrd and Theo Beck Beckham.
ham. Beckham. The club, which is charmingly
arranged for entertaining, was decorat decorated
ed decorated witn quantities of pink and tfhite
oleanders, large yellow daisies and
with the luxuriant potted plants be belonging
longing belonging the club, made an attractive
setting for a bride-elect's party.
The pretty young hostess and Miss
Lawrence greeted the guests very in informally
formally informally up-stairs in the spacious re reception
ception reception room, both wearing white
dresses with pink ribbons. In the tea
room Theo Beckham and Agnes Bur Bur-ford
ford Bur-ford served fruit punch, after vhich
the guests strolled around the club
house and on the broad galleries until
all had arrived.
The special diversion of the after afternoon
noon afternoon was hemming a table cloth and
napkins which when finished were
presented by the hostess to Miss Law Lawrence.
rence. Lawrence. Another useful present and sou souvenir
venir souvenir of the occasion was a recipe
book, bearing the honoree's name and
May 17th, 1913 in which the favorite
recipe brought by each guest was in inserted.
serted. inserted. Pink hearts inscribed with
verses were given out and the guests
were told to search up-stairs for cor corresponding
responding corresponding mates and when found they
proved to be cunning favors, such as
suit cases, traveling bags, etc, etc.
While all of this was in progress Miss Misses
es Misses Nine Camp and Rexie Todd at the
piano and Misses Stella Camp and Mary
Harriett Livingston with the Victrola
played many beautiful selections.
Te pink and white motif was fur-
jther carried out in the refreshments
which included an ice course. The
cakes were heart-shaped, iced, with a
pink L on top, the cream was pink and
white and the mints were of the same
Just received, a
veils in the popular vanity and beauty
spot effects. Miss Mary Affleck. 17-1 1
ive a silver tea and fancy work sale
beautiful line of Tuesday, May 20, at 3 o'clock, at the
residenc of Mr. A. L Izlar. There will
be articles appropriate for graduation
If It isn't an Eastman, It isn't a j
kodak. Kodaks and Brownies, all sizS j
and prices, at Gerig's drugstores. Ad. i
DR. W. K. LANE,
Just received, a
veils in the popular vanity and beauty
spot effects. Miss Mary Affleck: l-lt A card from Rev. Bunyan Stephens,
who is attend'ng the meeting of the
Pound, nut, layer and raisin cakes Southern Baptist Convention at St.
always on hand, fresh, at Carter's Bak-! Louis, announces that he is having a
Tomorrow is demonstration day of
the Acme adjustable dress form. Come
and them at H. B. Masters Co. Ad.
If you want good bread and other
bakery products go to Carter's Bak Bakery
ery Bakery 5-14-6td
ALK ALI IKE, FIVE ( MKV A N II
WESTERN REELS TEMPLE TO-
Assisting the young hostess !n mak-
The ladies of the Baptist church Willi !na: her Prty extremely delightful was
imr nioiner, .urs. uiarence urap. in invited
vited invited to be with Miss Lawrence were
Mrs. Mary Dodge Maddox, Mrs. Violet
Powers, Mrs. Jack Camp, Mrs. Jack
Rentz, Mrs. R. A. Burford, Mrs. W. H.
Dodae, Mrs. J. C. B. Koonce, Mrs. C. H.
Lloyd, Misses Mary and Anna McDow McDowell,
ell, McDowell, Elizabeth Xwsom, Sarah Davis,
Elizabeth Mlzelle, Ophelia Sawtell, Nel Nellie
lie Nellie Gottlieb, Bessie MacKay, Marguer Marguerite
ite Marguerite Porter, Isabelle Mays, Bettie Mc Mc-Iver.
Iver. Mc-Iver. Halley Ley, Jennie Harrell, May
Camp. Gladys Drake. Alice Bullock,
Marie Van Engelken. Eugenia Fuller,
Mattie Williams. Hope Roibnson, Min Minnie
nie Minnie StovalL Gertie Peyser, Josie Bul Bullock.
lock. Bullock. Annie Davis, Fanny and Rosebud
Robinson. Clara Johnson. Kathleen
Jackson, Hester and Marian Dewey,
Adele Bittinger, Lois Ellis, Cecile
Downs. Annie Laurie Perry, Mary Con Conner
ner Conner and Annie Atkinson.
SpeclallHt, Eye, Ear, Xua and Throat
beautiful line of Office, Law Library Blc'g., Ocala. Ad
pleasant time with his brethren in the
Mr. R. S. Rogers, president of th?
Florida Title and Abstract Company
iwent to Jacksonville last night on bus
iness for his company.
Messrs. A. C. Cobb, C. Carmichael
i and J. D. Rooney have returned from
Tallahassee, where Jhey did good work
for Ocala in helping-4he passage of the
extension lulls. The);' were given at at-temiu
temiu at-temiu because they Impressed, the
senators as solid citizens, wi;h a solid
town behind them. Mr. ituoney, on his
way home, stopped in Jacksonville,
where he did some more good ... for
Wafers, macaroons, kisses and other
fancy cakes may always be had at
Carter's Bakery. And they're always'
You can And everything In the latest
styles for men at Harley Bros. Next
door to Western Union Telegraph of office.
fice. office. 5-17-12t
Mrs. W. II. Coleman has considerably
improved from her long and severe
sickness, but is not able to be up very
Parents, when you want shoes for
your children go to the II. B. Masters
Co. and have their fleet properly fit fitted.
ted. fitted. 5-16-2td
The band concert last night was the
best so far this season. A very large
crowd was out. the music was fine and
the weather couldn't have been finer.
The concerts are a great institution,
and mut never be allowed again to
Mr. A. D. Adcock, the popular phar pharmacist
macist pharmacist at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.,
is entertaining his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. B. I'. Adcock and ister, Miss Rin Rin-nie
nie Rin-nie Adcock of Newton, Ala. This is
their first visit to this section of the
state and they express themselves as
being highly pleased with our little
Special: About 40 pairs men's tan
button oxfords, all sizes. Regular $3.50
value, one week $2.50. H. B. Masters
At least forty members of Fort King
Camp attended the funeral of their
young brother Woodman, Walter
Mr. E. C. Smith, of the Ocala Furni. Furni.-ture
ture Furni.-ture Co., has just received something
new in the way of a combination range.
Wood, coal or gas can be used. It is
one of the most up-to-date rangs on
the market and is about the first one
of its kind to be brought to Ocala. It
has two ovens equipped with ther thermometers
mometers thermometers and there are numerous other
compartments. It is a wonderful stove
and it is well worth one's time to call
on Mr. Smith and examine it.
"TACKLE" OUR FISHING TACKLE AND YOU'LL
LAND ANY FISH THAT TACKLES YOUR BAIT.
WE DO NOT "BAIT" CUSTOMERS BY SELLING
THEM THINGS THEY KNOW SOMETHING ABOUT AT
A VERY LOW PRICE. AND THEN GETTING VERY HIGH
PRICES ON THINGS THEY DON'T KNOW ANYTHING
WE W ANT YOUR TRADE ONLY BECAUSE W E DE DESERVE
SERVE DESERVE IT-
O TTTT 11 ifl
larion laraware to
Godchaux's Linen Suits at Harley
Bros, will keep you cool. Norfolk nd
other styles. Next door to Western
Union Telegraph office. 5-17-12t
Y Air. Festus' Biggs, well and favorably
i. : i l : . ...
reiiiemueitu ifi (vi.aia, is nuv u jij
ing a positfon" with a hardware firm in
San Antonio, Texas.
Rexall Tan and Freckle Lotion is an
excellent external application for
freckles and sunburn, at Gerig drug drugstores.
stores. drugstores. Adv.
Big lot of brand new designs in wash
ties just in at Rivers' Harrington Hall
Haberdashery. They are all guaranteed
fast colors, and the price is two for 25
Mr. J. E. Sherouse, who has been at
the home of his mother, Mrs. M. J.
Sherouse, returned to Citra yesterday,
somewhat improved, but still far from
So far this hot weather there has
been no complaint of the heat at the
popular little Ideal theater. With the
installation of new electric cooling ap apparatus
paratus apparatus the Ideal is now as cool and
cozy as any spot in Ocala. The pic pictures
tures pictures also are now projected on the
screen which cannot be excelled in any
city, which does credit to the expert
operator, Mr. Louis E. May, formerly
of Wichita, Kansas, and Los Angeles,
This bank, with ample capital, large resources, and
an efficient and well-systematized organization,
has the ability and disposition to give good service.
Our various departments are well equipped with
modern facilities for transacting business prompt promptly
ly promptly and economically.
CAPITAL FULL. PAID IX t7SM.
H. S. STOKE 3. CatMex.
JNO. I E1WARB8, Pre. CLARENCE CAMP, VU Prt.
State Prison Inspector TItcomb is In
the city on his usual rounds. He spent
several days at Anthony and says that
for real prosperity that section is now
occupying the topmost notch.
ALKALI IKE, FIVE COMEDY
MESTEKX HEELS TEMPLE
Big lot of brand new designs in wash
ties just in at Rivers' Harrington Hall
Haberdashery. They are all guaranteed
fast colors, and the price is two for 25
The benzine battalion was out in full
force at the band concert last niiht.
Fully fifty autos were lined up at the
curbs nearest the band stand, and half
u.-j many more passed in the vicinity
while the music was being rendered.
Capt. Jno. L Inglis and Mr. Ralph
Barker were t the Harrington last
niclu. on their way to Jacksonville to
attend the ?uneral of Mrs. A. G. Bige Bige-low.
low. Bige-low. who died at her home in that city
3 cans Van Camp's soup 25c
" beans 25c
" Hominy 25c
Mince Meat 25c
Sunbeam shrimp 25c
2 cans small flat Salmon 35c
" larae M ..30c
" tall Salmon 30c
" Argo large Salmon 45c
" Ocean Gem tall ... 20c
Hotel Astor Coffee
40 cts. per Pound
STEEL CUT COFFEE
40 cts. per Pound
HIO II ILL ANDERSON AND
CORlt, TEMPLE MONDAY. Adv.
The following was taken from the
East Orange. tX. J.) Record:
"Miss Edna Cushing-. daughter of
Mrs. George Y. D. Cushing. of 50 Munn
avenue. i,ast orange, was marriea at
noon today at the home of her mother
to Niel Alexander Weathers, of New
York City, formerly of Florida. The
ceremony was performed by Rev. Dr.
Simon J. McPherson, head master of
Lawrenceville School, X. J., and former
pastor of the Munn Avenue Presbyter Presbyter-Ian
Ian Presbyter-Ian church, and was followed by a
largely attended wedding breakfast.
The bride was given in marriage by
her mother and was attended by her
niece. Miss Mildred Hiss, of Chicago, as
maid of honor: Miss Elizabeth Brockel Brockel-bank.
bank. Brockel-bank. of Caldwell Cedars, as flower
girl, and by six ribbonbearers, all
wearing summer gowns of white. Miss
Helen Dill. Miss Isabel King, Miss
Katharine Kirtland, Miss Klara Clark,
Miss Anne Chapin, of Springfield, and
Mrs. Gordon Grand. The best man was
Brantley A. Weathers, Jr., brother of
the bridegroom, Masses of dogwood
decorated! the house. The bridal party
stood In a bower of palms before an
improvised altar of white blossoms
reached by a ribboned aisle. The bride
wore a gown of white satin, made with
train and overdraped with point appli applique.
que. applique. Her tulle veil was edged with
the same ac and fell from a bandeau
of o,ragt blossoms. She carried a
ahower of lilies of the valley and or'
chids. The maid of honor and (lower
girl were in white, with touches of
pink, the latter carrying a basket of
pink rosebuds, the former a showery
bouquet of lilies of the valley and pinl
ros. At the close of the breakfast
the couple left on a wedding journey."
Attending the wedding from Florida
was the groom's parents. Mr. and Mrs.
IJ. A. Weathers of this city, two
brothers, Mr. B. A. Weathers. Jr., now
a law student at Columbia College, Mr.
Paul Weathers of Amherst College and
a sister, Mr. Geo. H. Ford of Jacksonville
Mla MeC'reary Entertained In Tampa
Miss Sarah McCreary, who has been
an active memoer 01 tne lamp
Heights Philathea class since going to.
that city several years ago, was the
special guest of honor Thursday after
noon at a pretty sewing party given by
the Philathea members.
As soon as the Hillsborough High
chool, of which faculty she is a bril
liant member, closes. Miss .Mcrear
will return to her home in Nashville.
Tenn., and en route she win oe jomea
in this city by Miss Meta Jewett, who
will be her guest for several weeks.
An affair which will be prominent in
the social circles or unite springs
during June' will be a houseparty given
by Misses Mary Skipworth and Clara-
bel Cult.epper. Misses Clara Johnson,
Rosebud Robinson and Kathleen Jack Jackson
son Jackson of this city have been Invited and
are planning to go up about the fifteenth.
Miss Kate Carlton of Arcadia, who
lias frequently visited her sister, Mrs
H. M. Hampton, has frUnds in this city
who will learn with pleasure that she
has gesne to New York to take a con conservatory
servatory conservatory course in music. During th
past winter Miss Carlton had charge of
the music department in the Arcadia
high school and she has again been ap appointed
pointed appointed to that position for next term.
Save on Yomr
lff E sell the FREE Sewing Machine, invented by
w Mr. William C. Free, at a price way below
what is asked for the best known makes. Yet we
have a perfect right to ask twice as much, because
The FREE has all the good points of all other ma machines.
chines. machines. It has done away with all their bad points,
and it has a score of im
provements all its own
in other words, there isn't
another sewing machine
at any price that can
hold a candle to
i si y-u ovyva i
I M -U 1
No other machine is as
light running, because
no other machine has 8
spts nf hnll hpnrinrJ Nn
h) other machine is as fast
I g2 running, because no other
has the Rotoscillo Move Movement.
Not only do we sell The FREE at a remarkably -low
price, but we put in your home on your own terms of
Payments as Low as $1.00 per Week Week-Better
Better Week-Better do yourself and pocket book the justice to come
and see The FREE tomorrow. Don't forget about it
now; it's worth looking at.
OCALA, "Why Pay More?"
of that city. She leaves tomorrow for
her home in Ocala, where she will
spend some time with her parents,
probably going later to some of the
mountain resorts for the summer.
Mrs. William Hocker returned last
night from Gainesville, where she was
the guest-of Mrs. J. M. Dell. The
Twentieth Century Club of which Mrs.
W. J. Denby is president, gave its an annual
nual annual banquet at the White House in
that city Thursday evening and Mrs.
Hocker, president of the Florida Fed Federation
eration Federation of Women's Clubs, was the
special honor guesl. Mrs. Hocker was
also the honoree at several other beau beautiful
tiful beautiful social functions, among which
was a supper by Mrs. J. W. McCollum
and a dinner by her hostess who was
before her marriage Miss Johnny Lid Lid-don.
don. Lid-don. Mr. Hibbert Weathers will go to
Lakeland tomorrow morning to join
his sister. Miss Janet Weathers at the
home of their cousin, Mrs. I. V. Stev Stevens,
ens, Stevens, for a twenty-four-hour visit.
Mrs. Maude-lirne and children and
Mrs. Home's mother, Mrs. Ldwards,
are planning fo moto- to Daytona
Beach next week for a short stay.
"M'ss Janet Weathers, who is visit visiting
ing visiting her cousin, trs. I. V. Stevens in
Lakeland, spent Thursday in company
Lost, Found, Wanted, For Sale,
For Rent and Similar Local Needs
with her hostess
v 1 s 1 1 1 n ;
Mrs. R. L. Keating entertained a few
friends yesterday afternoon in honor
of Miss Margaret Lawrence, a bride-to-be,
whose marriage to Mr. Wither Wither-spoon
spoon Wither-spoon Dodge takes place on June 10th.
Lach one presented the honor guest
with pieces of embroidered linen. Light
refreshments were served during the
Mrs. C. Green and her mother. Mrs.
R. A. Browere of Lakeland left this af afternoon
ternoon afternoon for a little pleasure trip down
the east coast. Mrs. Browere has been
in Ocala two weeks visiting her
daughter and son-in-law, and thinks
our town is ideal in every way.
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Theus made a visit
to Mrs. Theus' parents in Jacksonville
Mrs. Jake Brown and son Julius ar arrived
rived arrived from Atlanta today. Julius seems
almost well again.
Mrs. C. E. Cullen and children re
turned from Palatka. today. They
were accompanied by Miss Miraim Pasteur.
Mr. J. M. ,fuynn and the pretty
Hayes baby' are home from their visit
Miss Edith Sumner of Dale City is
again the charming guest of her sis sister,
ter, sister, Mrs. Charles Go 1 lard.
FOR RENT Offices in Holder build building.
ing. building. Apply to Davis & Martin.
FOR SALE A brass frame cot fnd
felt mattress, like new, apply to Star
ROOMS FOR RENT Furnished
rooms for light housekeeping:, phone
216, Fort King Ave., and a four, room
cottage with gas. 5-5-lm
My house. No. 229 Fort King avenue,
will be for rent after June 1st. Mrs.
McDowell. 5 2
WAXTED To trade new player
piano, standard make, for real estate,
city or country, or will sell at a bar bargain,
gain, bargain, cash or easy terms. Address,
"Piano," care box 328. 5-7-12t
LOST Pair of bifocal, gold framed
eyeglasses on Sharp's Ferry road or at
Mr. Hinton's on the river. Reward If
returned to this office. 5-15-2td
WAXTED Woman for companion
and working housekeeper. Two In
family. Good wages. Only best need
apply. E. A. Davenport, Bellevlew,
Fla. 5-13-6td ltw
WAXTED Young women to enter
nurses training school Fine new hos hospital.
pital. hospital. Apply at once. Superintendent
Augusta Memorial Hospital, St. Pe Petersburg,
tersburg, Petersburg, Fla. 5-l-3t
Mr. and Mrs.
D. S. Woodrow are en en-Jas.
Jas. en-Jas. K. Glass for the
Miss Cora Griffin returned yesterday
from a stay of several days in Tampa,
where she was the guest of her brother,
Mr. J. A. Griffin, a well known banker
I.KI.I IK I-:, FIVK COMEIIY AMI
Yi:TKKV HKi;i TKMIM.K Tn-
Children s white shoes m pumps,
strap slippers and button boots. II. B
Masters Co. 5-lT-2td
FOR SALE Two-cylinder 1910 mod model
el model Maxwell runabout, recently, over overhauled;
hauled; overhauled; in perfect condition. For sale
cheap. Apply at Star office. C-15-Gt
LOST Masonic blue- lodge pin. Be Believed
lieved Believed to have been lost at A. C. I
passenger station. Finder leave at this
HOUSE FOR REXT A six room
cottage for rent, $12.50 per month, near
high school building. Apply to Miss
Rena Smith, phone 466. 5-14-6td
WAXTED A young lady to work In
soda fountain and ice cream store out
of town. Apply to the Anti-Monopoly
FOR REXT Furnished rooms with
aii modern conveniences: close in.
Phone 378. 5-17-tf
AUTO FOR SALE A strictly first first-class,
class, first-class, second-hand, two-cylinder Max Maxwell
well Maxwell runabout for sale at a great big
bargain. Tihs is one of the cars that
made the Maxwell famous. Apply at
Star office if interested. 3-17-6dt
HIG II1LI, ANDEHSON AM)
COUIJ, TE31PLE 3IOXD VY- Adv.
LOST Between the residences of J.
M. Luckie and C. C. Bryant, a small
gold locket and chain. Locket Is en engraved
graved engraved "C. M. S." and contains two
photos. Finder will be rewarded by
returning to Mrs. J. M. Luckie, North
Tuscawilla street. 5-17-3t
ALKALI IKE, FIVE COMEDY WD
WE8TEHX HEELS TEMPLE TO TONIGHT
NIGHT TONIGHT A dr.
OCALA LVEli:G STiU, vTl HiAV. LAV 17, Wig
rREE TO YOU-MY SiSTER
Fra to You and EV St SuH
faring from Womtit AUmoot.
t v fi ,y ..e
V s V
I III ii
K.-T-. Irb k. M.
I am a womin.
1 know woman's Bufferings.
I have found the cure
1 will mail, free of any charge, tny home treat
ment v.-ith full instructions to any sufferer rrona
woman's ailments. 1 want to tell all women about
u. ... -. ..rw, rr.-j rorc-r f cr xrrnir" If V OUT daughter.
vour mother, or your sater. I want t ted you no 1 ;,
to cure yourselves at homo without the nelp 01 a ., t.
doctor. Men cannot understand women s surrennys.
What we women know from experience, we knowr
letter than ar.y doctor. I know that my home treat treatment
ment treatment is a eafo and cure cur? for Leuco.Thoea or
Whitish discharges. Laceration. Displacement cr
Fallinz of the Womb. Irofuse. Scanty or lair.lu
Perils. Uterine or Ovarian Tamori or Grotns,
alio rains in inc nea-i, lx. bjiu w. :
ire to cry, hot tlasher.
caused by weaknesses rt-u,iar to our sex-
I wnt t-s"r.doi a complete ten day s treat-
! I I
I.M I.I HW 1V-,
down feelings, nervousness,
the srine, melancholy, di ire
, weartne3, kidney and Mad
treatment a complete trial ; and if yo
ment entirely free to prove to you that you can cu..
-memr. that it will cost you twthm? to g.ve th
i Eho-xll wish to ront.ne. it wi 1 ct yo i or.Iy about
i i r ; i i
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o c o o
o o o o
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,r. t "I "I-.Mi
.Mi "I-.Mi : : ::
. f Mr.-. :
. r ... .-.! .-,- mr 'iia rj i,
reelt, or 1m than two cents a day. it wm not iri..-rier "IT,- 'nAyo'i the treatment
me your name and address, tell me how y ,u su;f r if yvi wr-h. and I wul eajki ynfv my
for your ee entirely fr-e. in plain wraprr. bv return mail. I aio .nd you free J r -t. m
mk- WOMAN 'SOWN MLD1CAL AUVISLW; with explanatory totntwn, show,, ft v-hy
iroraen suiter. na now m?y ""y"- v;.., ;,,,'v.. nrrtion you car.
iMi-n to think for herself. Ihen v.nen tr.fi cocor sa i o u- 7 - ,it
foryourself. ThooEands of worn-n have cored themselves wtn my home remolj It ail,
Sid or SJunr ToM thri of Daughter,, I will explain a simple home troatmerit P4
and effectually cure Leucorrra. ireen Si-.-kn and f'aiaful or Irretfular V.enitruaUon in ioung
Ladies. Plumpness arid health always rfcriit., fnm us use. -j ,ri rtad!- tT
Wherever you live. I can ref.r you to laiio, of your n wMh men
uSrn7: dtheVrendaVa treatment i3 you.,
the book. Write today, as you may pot so tbu cer na.r. Audresa ...
MRS. M. SUMMERS, p4Xli
South Send, lnd., u. s- a.
Registered Pigs For Sale!
Registered Duroc Jersey pigs sired by Top Notcher
Wonder, Fancy's Sensation, Cherry Tenn., Term. Coi.
Tippy Orion, Lexington Chief and H. C's. Col., out
of dams such as Orion Chief, Missouri's wonder,
Tip Top Notcher, Ohio Chief, Golden Model, Volun Volunteer,
teer, Volunteer, Cherry, Tenn., King of Colorado and others
representing herd carrying blood lines the equal of
any. If you have any doubt about Florida raised
hogs visit my farm and see how it is done.
II. II. WHITVVORTII, Proprietor
Mrs. ii. V.'. I :..; -VT.. ..! 1 I
i:th.r and r.lrdi.. Mrs. !:. M
and .Mar:;u I M 'Vt-r,- v.::-.r.- ;
In Zat..--r T:j'.;r.-'l-i' f:-rn-.
Mr. K"-a U':n-l:r;ill mtiriu..-.- : 1
Miss Jennie Sirn'cnr- w.i- viti-:-; -fr;:
lid- at Indian i-tr.j. .v-. 1;
Mrs. V. II. Clark arr.v- 1 fr-:n i'.il-.'-'
irtto Saturday aftern....r. ar. 1 i-
isUinu M-. dark and Mr. and M:j . t
H. V. Iloul var..- and family f-.r a. fev.'
Mr. and Mr.-. J. S;.- :.e-r .-nt. r- '.
tainf-d last Friday In -;-nr of tht-Ir
daughter A ma?ida. Frldav btdnu b.r ;
birthday. Th.- uu-sts a.-.-nib.-d a "..!:
8 ..v-l.--k and vari.a a-m-s "v-r- 1
j-.lay.-d till latt-r on in taf .-.-v.-nin ar.d
tht-n t i:e iiUe.-:s wcr,- invitel into ;!..- ; 1
dininu- room va-rr- I'.v.-ly r.-fr-.-!.- 1'
ni-rits of en-am ar.d cak- -.vt-rc M-rve 1 ;
by the ii-.stt-ss. el.-c-tions of Miii.. s
1 ) 1
j : :n : : v
: ; V 0 r. r.
Did you know that you could buy first first-class,
class, first-class, made-to-order screens in Ocala
for less money and quicker delivery
than you can get from any other
screen house? You can
j a ::
i n it
wt.-re enjoyed dnrina
t i was farnlsiu-d by Mis-
l-I.-tro-l r... ::-
, : v a r
who U very talented in n
MisH A man. la looked very
W Ms j 15. H!H
'ifveniris? ii'i'l made a lovely little hunt- ; v
Ajess and w e all join in wi-'ain.y: ia-r Vj ,,
nmnr nrito.v lurTie a '.n "1 Itl lire.
I :t I e
- O 1
'j many nap;.y
J Tie quests dfj.arted rat
-r late all
iwitli a smile uj.ion their liis as t
'evenirm' was .- jdeasant. Tho.-e -r'
tf tl IT
Hiawatha Lake Stock Farm
.. .''''iS'''' i ' ioUli-.e. ( Lite Hit. OjH.i. j
Ir v: stiju.'non- is now stationed in!
X ent were tiie .Mls.-.- Huffman of o.ik.
y'Mr. and Mrs. It. ('. Webb. Miss Chris-
T tina Morris of o. ula. Mrs. C. V. Shaw. J
Mi-sf-s Leon and Ioii llrook.. I'.ir lie
'anil Mstiier I'.oulware ;i;l Martha. I'.cih I'.cih-'?
'? I'.cih-'? '.jid.iD.l: Mes.-rs. ('levelaiel I'rui.---,
AdiUffwan, llddy, A. .1. Hay. U. llonl war-. ;
11. Turner, Jininiy llai'arove.
d ... a-
.! H 1 i iv S-
Red, Buff, Gray and
Large Stock, Prompt Shipment
WE SAVE YOU MONEY
i I i T
.1 ackson ville.
Two jdano have !een soil in Ken-!
driek Tiie last t 'A o weeks, one '" Mr.!
V. Livingston and one to A. Finley. j f- f.
S. It. Itrooks and family attende.il jj SHu VI
I ehurch at Fellowship Sunday.
J Mrs. T. II. Jarmatt of Jafk.-.m ville is
isnendirm a few days i h li.-r .-ister.
jMrs. M. ;. Davis of Zuber. A Wonderful Remedy Thai is a Natural
Miss Al:a Leek of Lerliri' S viitii,a j Aid and Relieves the Tension.
I Mrs. S. H. Jlrooks. j
i..oc,.c. -i- '.jr,.i ,.n.i t-..-.ir lord .n. Mother s l n. :.:. n :mati externa! roin
.', ," A ,!, ;,. cdv, is t he only ene known xhnr. is aid t j
f Loehelle. ha.. ae l-ittni: tilelt 1 ,. ., ..... ... t. 11 ;
are making them now. Ask our satis satisfied
fied satisfied customers. We measure your
house and fit the screens whenever
desired. Not made in Jacksonville or
any other seaport, or inland town, but
MADE IN OCALA.
Mr. and Mrs. I.
A. C. CONYE
Madame, Do You Believe In
relat i y
A happy party natht-red at the lio'ne j
of Mr. and Mrs. .). C Sutton Tue.-i.yj
niwhi and eiijo'ed daneinit until a we,- I
hnur It u-:ts fii-pn in honor' of t heir i
9 Jacksonville, Fla. ousins. Messrs. T, If. I'arol and .(aek 1
i Jordan of lioc-hello. 5;t.. now viitinu i
liere. Those enjoying the oet-asionj
were Misses Minnie Spencer. Annie and
Vida Parker. JVnnie Simmons. Mrs. .1.
roach all the dit
if I til
.r.sjr. r Jit p
Jfjr r--i.-, (M i
Close, Practical Economy?
.'. iavi'i& i3 rr-.7-
Is a ien.. t rating ftppiit-at'.en afi'-r the for formula
mula formula "of a noted fatally .!-.,;. aad he "i
M. Vernon. r. Lob Martin and Mt-s- I cates every mncle. r.i vv. t;.-.- e tendon
. '. -i- ii c,Pi i....t.- i,,r,i.ir, .1 Lav. I affected. It trees !ire,-tly tla- ftraim-vl
J. A. Lay. Paul Spencer,
Well, here n mire way fo et resiil(n:
Watch the niarkrln clowely, ami he never yon can make u snvInK
ly 1ii1iik jMir iiu-iifM, fi.h, poiilir.i. fruils, veetnhles, r milk; and yj
I....... i ...... 1 4 t..w tflh..,, iikiuil lilt W I k.;i ti ,1 -VJMII- f r f irirn t nr
1.1 I il I 1 mgi. .... i. ( ......... .... ...... ....... -
,t. will he what It onuht to he unn cold storage plant.
I l ; Jtroult
er. Isabelb- Itlours. irerie Hunt and
lj UflWlTTlllil I IT HOT T ITT Mil ITIII I I III
i'ii'mc m n itM:ifs i'iim)
tn.v.l and Tim r'Hin una t.e,iu..
OCALA ICE & PACKING CO.
. fc' Vio
Take no chancer? with a pain In the cheat.
Every case of consumption began with that
symptom. Stop It at onco with
r n n e. ra." t
It is a Fine Healing Remedy for
Sore Lun&s, Coughs and
It promptly checks inflammation, relaxes tightness, clears the
air passages, restores tone and strength to the bronchial tubes.
Relieves hoarseness, irritating couch?, tickling sensations in the
throat; removes congestion and enables the patient to breathe
easily and rest comfortably at nisrht.
Price 25c, DGc end $1.00 per Bottlj.
Buy the $1.00 size. .-ontalns five times as much
as the 2Zc size, and you pret with eaeh bottle a Dr.
Ilerrick's Red Pepper porous plaster for the chest.
JAKS F. BALLARD ?n2?S!ST0n ST. LCU1S, MO.
Stephens I2ye Salve la a afe and wpeeuy remedy for Sore Kyea.
Turner and Lob Martin.
Danelnu was enjoyed at the hom,- of
Mrs. A. J. Jens.;? last Tuesday nUht
uiitH very late. Those tending this
happy ...T.id'.n tt'i'i'i? Mi-sec I.ora
Minnie Spctn-er. R'.na P.iow-
ttntl- r.cy to ; m r
Ity its daily r.-e i
r- s-. t. : : .;
. :. i,L a:. a:,J
!'' Tio r.i
: i ; ..i
' e ; i 1 1 1
i. no I n
's invited to attend a
: .r.i at Turner's Pond Friday,
' re will be dancing- for
.1 e;ij..- ; wis pb-aure. Don't
.e iate. i-'riday. June 2ath, at
P' n I. .:nmit:ee.
McIVER & Mac KAY
Mrs. .Jensen. Mrs. S. L. Pro, '-.-. Mrs.
I!. C. Looiie. Mrs. Lob Martin. Mr- J.
M. Llair and Messrs. A. J. Lay. .i. A.
Lay, Paul Spencer. Loss date.;. Frank
Llowvr. Hargrove. Henry Ooiden.
Sam LPnj, Clarence Yonsfiie, Shorty
McLeod. J. L. fdrh-e.
Should Convtuee Kvery Ocala Homier
The frank statement or a nelylibor,
tejiing- the merits of a remedy,
Lids you pause and believe.
The .same endorsement
Ly some stranger far away
Commands no belief all.
Here's an Ocala case.
An Ocala citizen testifies.
Read and be convinced.
T. T. Madden, 102 Orange avenue,
Ocala, Fla... nays: 'I am well pleased
with the result I have had from
Loan's Kidney rills, procured at Ty Ty-dings
dings Ty-dings & Co'.-, drug-store. My kidneys
did not do their work as they should
and there was much lameness and
soreness across my back. I used
Doan's Kidney lulls and they brought
such -treat relief that I am con convinced
vinced convinced of their merit.
For suits by all dealers. Price "0
cents. Fostet-iiiburn Co., Luffalo,
New York, sole arciii for the United
Remember the name Do.-.n-.--.and
take tui other. Ad. No. 7
all oi i. r.i:'.' s t
r.d dv to a-.- nit ;i : v :
v. .. ;. :. v : trentJLe 1. d
Mot:.-- r-. r.d i- a !:t. : '-
rem; in 'b-., a 1, r:.e
P. a eh :.. I' :::! : ' :.
e.-sn 1 1 i tio ta lc rcc."
You v5'.! Slid it c f;ih-
nt ?1.)0 a !-.ttl-. r th- dr
p t it f y-e. yo. f :,;-
r's F-ii ;ni is p.-. vaf et
.;. i P. c-::aier (-.;.. i -,r I :itia.:- !' :
!:f.lK, Ca.. who v?H Send ye. a h- :;.
ui-Hb- i. a vef t-.-'Ofiic'ive cook ta cii.-e-t
i t a-- i!
itc r t
FI.IF.S AUK DAMiEtlOlS
YOU SHOULD IvEEII1- tliEJI OUT
L ...' jdQLDflNo o;'.o-;mi: -'i-'t? -iii
SOI.IJ 1JY ALL DRAhEUS
Flies art a great menace to health
and aside from the question of health,
j they are very disagreeable. Let us
I screen your house with our modern
! method, home manufactured screens.
fo.ili T.nmher ?- SnnnU- Pn '.".".-ff
Foil Till! WF.AK AMI MIIIYOI S
It i? an absolute fnct, that cr.e ZO cent
jar of WILSON'S FRECKLJ-J CREAM j
will cither remove your frcl;. ; c ct.u- o I
them to fade and that two jnrs v, ill i n
in the most severe cases ecr.:' k u !v cur-!
them. We nre filling to pc-rt-.-nr.iiy
guarantee this and to rut-urr. yotir rz-cney
;vithout argument if your cot-. 'cxion i-;
not fully restored to its natural bca;;iv.
WILSON'S FUECKLI-J CREAM
fragrant and absolutely harmless-.. V.'i.l j
not make hair grow Lut will .s?tive,v
remove TAN, PIMPLES and FRECK- j
LES. Come in today and try it. The- jars j
are large and results absolutely certain, I
Sent by mail if .desired. I'Tice r.0-. i
Mammoth jars 31.00. WILS( ) N 'H FAlii i
SKIN SOAP 25c. For sale by
SOi.I MY Till: COURT I'll A 5 M AC t :
W onder cures Kidney and
;.-u removintj irravel,
P t. :-. w. ak an 1 lame backa,
anl all irregularities of
n and bla-ider in both men
iieaulates l. ladder troub-
Ire!!. If not sold by your
i-i, wnl le- .rent by mail on re re-'f
'f re-'f 1. One small bottle is two
-' i : e t:: c.f and seldom fails to
t a care. Send for testimonials
1 other states. Dr. K. XV.
1;e.. street. St. Louis Mo.
- I I I I'd: f
VO'T WF.AH OUT.
Wonder what It is? Why It's noth nothing
ing nothing more than one of those
si'Li:nii) ino.v hcds
that we want you to come in and
buy. They are "things of beauty
and a joy forever." At the samp
time buy onp of our
SI'UINtj 31 .YTTltUSSKS
You can do more sleeping In a night
on one of these mattresses than you
can in a year on some "body killers"
we know of.
llr-v- would rat hey l.oriow
!i s i :n. n l.i oi:.- for u
o r... v-r a time when peo-
ppreeiate-l ti-ie real merits of
c-rlain's Cough Remedy more
tow. This is shown by the in into
to into .-ales and voluntary testi-
- from iKisoiis who have been j
bv it. If you or your childreu I
I mi i: Di:sir;s
in house furnishings are in demand
by those of artistic tastes. A visit
hi re will disclose
u m ti 1 1 : i t iiM t u n iz
I'll AT IS DFCtHlATlVn
but not overly dear. Merit is what
wins these days, and it's only merit
that gives us our liberal patronage.
M Fit IT I Fl KMTUHF
M KM IT I l'lllti:.
Ii.., V '?
t. i i.! -!i I y.r?. fc-'.'e-'..Ttii
y l ---t-e tj. r w ;.. --
5TH H : rT?j lis
i a cough or cold give j
come acquainted with! t'NDF.KTA AMI
itn.-s. i- or saie by all
. .. : ,,
retry lO-.v heel pump
!:d-"e s, see '-The
Shoe Parlor. 5SGt
McIVER & MacKAY
ficr Health and Strength By
Again by The Use of Carui.
Tired-out, weak, nervous men and
women would feel ambition-", c-r.eret-
.' i it -tei.ef.mg that disagrees
'a b.n't l-:t it v-ork its own way
... a slow process anl makes
:. (i-: ri 1 of i: ouieklv by
a cf SIMMON'S RED Zj
i !:::L"LATO"l and wash t j
v.-a s .v.tLo-.v -f water. I:
.-.- :r;ti--s in th stomach i
;. r r. i yu fe--I better im- j
. ly. s..i.j I-., an dru-tores. Ad.)
Mini i liimnoiis j
Chattanooga and Return
U. C. V. Reunion
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
appetite, if they would do the sensi sensible
ble sensible thing fur iteal th take Illectric
Litters. Nothing better for tiie stoni-
iver or k'.ndeyj.
Mo of :
oi b rn iiv
VIA TIFTON. G. S. (Q. F.. MACON. C OF G.. ATLANTA.
W. rL A. R. K.
' Old Battlciield Route,,
Has Uoi'ii ScIctHl n the Official Hoiitc of ih- I'liirtl lliiu.nlc
llj.klrn's Arnica s.i!vc
j ev.-r a ia ro as tiie bm n
J f r all dise,. s C'f tio- -k
! for burns, bruise and bet
Tampa, Fla.-In a letter frcm th!
City, Mrs. E. C. Coram writes : ? was
11 weakened and worn out w;th wo womanly
manly womanly troubles. My LusbauJ brought
rae some Cardul as a tonic, and, frees
the rst day, it seemed to hslp.
I had almost lost my reason L".:t.
c-f thanks to Cardui. I did not. Peon. I
N. V.. say-: "I regard j fe!t and looked like a nov r:oman. I
think the remedy is -wondfrru!. I
recommend it to my friends, for 1 l.avj
received great benefit from it.
Cardul acts Erecifif a'.Iy cn tho r.c.-;!
ened womanly organs, strer 'b-n'r-i
the muscles and n-srves, end bui'-iirs
them up to health.
It heirs to refresh the vrcm n.:t nr-
tous system and relieves the cfi.vs cl
orerworlc, both mental and jh-s;,-i
I Fifty years', surcccsfui l--: i-llr
prere the merit cf this r'-rc:!: v..r
; tabl-'?, tonic rcmedv fcr v rincn.
In every communitv, thrro live semt
ho tare been benefited by Cnr-!,:b
The beneScial ejects .cf tb:s '.::.n
1 they owe their lives t
llionif remedy. Mrs. (.
Lleetrie Hitters a- one tr.e create
J of gifts. I can ro v. r forget w'.-.at
ihas done for me." Got a 'oat tie you
!eif and see what a difference it w
mike in your itealth. Only j:? anl i
i Lecomnieiided by Tylir.-s Co. Ad
-triu t r.,-s and
s or d..-mau 1
:. are call-d
: ;.n ru year;
j. i L
. r, .r..
Chattanooga, Tenn., May 27, U and 29, 1913
to r nnmi oh s
f s e 1 -V y r
m)i:i:fi l ski ; svlyf
of I h r-i ltlri:ifiii si"d I)U haryr
I'KMMIIli: caiumi i: of tin: south
Official Route of Headquarters and Second Florida Division,
U. C, V,
ROUND TRIP FARE FROM OCALA S12.00
I'lloiMtK I n Villi. Y LOW Till I ItTI- FROM OTIIF.lt I'OIMS IX
Tiii:in n: of "Fi.ohiijv u. c. v. im:ti.- i moth diiuictklns will
mi: as follow j
,v" : ''"'v STitiicrr. Rail ay.:.. .1 ve 'i utt.m .o-a. Southern Railway,
1 -'-'-y -,J ;:L, p. m.. M.1V i-:n
v f ve e a r t in j o, Sorn'-rn Rail- rr : v- .be k- or, v : t (. .,,nht.rn T-n-v
- s.P; a. m.. May 10.
a r, d
cor si?: of m
: e ir.. and will b-t.-ey
-. .v. of ti at ii-a.ik..-
Pullm m r-
m ve-tihule (oaclies and Pullman
'r-ee;i;;y accons p anied by a repre repre-r
r repre-r Sia'-orn Railway. Also, the
a ill -li I to furnish any addi-
r-. ; i an -.
tn?'.am::;atioii and i- i
inu'. J. T. S.s.-a:uan.
News, of Ccrnclius,
j then-iirl-cs in many difiercnt .a
N. C, writes:! N P. TTW'
Of I'ullnian Cai" ami 'c-tUult'l Coa rliv Will lt Opeiatc! to Chatta- j that one box
iiooga Miy t!i
Leave Chattanooga s : 2 p. m. Arri-, Clia-'ntio.i-fa 1 1 : l' a.
Tickets sold May 24. 2.". 2;. 27 and Limit i,:. .-vensii-.n ; Jun
Low rates froiu, all points.
! ailment alter tn:
tr.L- c'" cei;'-. R-ni-!in?s
m mended Ly Tyd-Ad.
, . .. j
,y lmnu, K- T. 1. ., (i. II. IM1TTI1, II. I'. A Jackf-onvlllr, Fin.
F. M. II Nll, T. I. I, Tampa, n., J L. MI1I1K, I. A Atlanta, ti.
'sl IK l III Of IK F ( (II! N I IC HIK. IM) lUHMIil WMFFT TFI F-
i'hom: mis 74.s iD mil, j( kmiwili.i; fla.
n. a i ii nuiH.i:,
I:ijor .-iiernl. i uruniandhiur Fla. Div.
I C. V.. Mont ieello. Fla.
-till. i)V (.'
; IP) we
Low Side Trip Fares
From Chattanooga to Promimiit Point-
For rates, reservations and ticker--, call on
M. IL WILLIAIS .;.(;. KIRuL WO
Ticket Agent, Ocalr. 1c P. A., Tanu-a.
-.v : o i
; c T.v . o
I : v i :i
j If you belch up a bitter ta?t!r. g li-iuld
lit. j- a. idsn of bad digestion. A dose
jor two of HPRPINL will correct the
disorder. It stimulate 3 digestion and
j purities the bowels. i'r--. e cents,
i iold by all drut;;tists. Ad.
Li. IXLiLSJTLLH UiLlv.
CARPENTER AND CUii D E Fi
Careful Estiuiire; :.Ta te All Cn
tract Work. G-y e- mare anl better
AUI& lOl :ui jUuC,' (t!!!! .,. O-
contractor m the city.
A. I. WILLIAMS,
Mriundler (.cnrral. Commanding 2nd
IJrlKade, Jaiknon ville, Fla.
OI'FV II Y AMI NIGHT
te-es ar..2 all o: h-r
Albert I.. ,,-:. r. :
aiu claims July
i-r.t; within one
L. S r-' i h
tate of Ali.err I
M r a .nt'i f'ife, A. C. L. depot cor- : An elegant line of .awyers' manu-
Meals a la carte and lunches at 'script covers, in any color that could
j be desire J, just received at the Star
Me lb a fae,
vals at ti:
I "ir.it: on s. are new ar- :
O.-al.i. i'h;riJa. Jani 30, 1912.
C -art I'i.armacy. Just, Trailing Arbutus, a new talcum pow
der for Itexall stores. At the Tostof Tostof-fice
fice Tostof-fice Drugstore. Adv.
b-ok around on entering- the store and
you will see tliern. Adv.