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OCALA. FLORIDA. TUESDAY. 3IAY 20. 1913
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IjoiitTeet's Widow, by Her Attacks
n tle Administration and Her
Neighbors, is a liad Tjosoi
Washington, May 20. Mrs. Helen
D. Longstreet, widow of the noted
Confederate general, had a hearing
before the Senate postofflce commit committee
tee committee yesterday to give her version of
the circumstances leading to her dis displacement
placement displacement as postmaster at Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, Ga. Irs. Longstreet did not
ask reinstatement but sought to re reply
ply reply to Postmaster General Burleson's
statement that her office was poorly
managed. She referred to Mr. Burle Burle--
- Burle-- "bn as "President Wilson's sixty-day
Mrs. Longstreet declared that she
was the victim of the Georgia Rail Railway
way Railway and Power Company; which, she
eaid, had pursued her i because she
urged legislation "to curtail its fav favors."
ors." favors." She presented' a long list of en en-.prsements
.prsements en-.prsements of her administration
and asserted that the people of the
community which knew her ..were
more competent to judge her than
the postmaster general.
"The immortal commander whose
name I bear, who resigned a commis commission
sion commission In the American army to follow
the banners of the South until the
last stainless one was furled at Ap Ap-iPomattox
iPomattox Ap-iPomattox and thenceforth found him himself
self himself an outcast in the land whose
battlefields had run red with his
heroic blood," declared Mrs. Long Long-street,
street, Long-street, "was not make to suffer more
than I have been made to suffer at
the hands of that branch of democ democracy,
racy, democracy, which is in the saddle down in
the good old democratic state of
Georgia in the year that has placed a
. 'Virginia gentleman in, the White
"THE MILLIONAIRE' COWBOY," A
TWO REEL WESTERN FEATURE, AT
THE TEMPLE TONIGHT. Adr.
lj ..ijLlO bd tSm 8- j l 3 tLiaa JLX 3JC e .Jk jj!
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Urged to b
J. E. CHACE, President
IXVADKD U' TIIK OCEAN"
Watm of -the l'acific Xow Running
31ile Into the 3Iainland
Panama, May 20. The waters of
the Pacific ocean were let into the
Panama canal yesterday. A giant
blast, composed of 2,750 pounds of
dynamite, was shot, demolishing the
dike to the south of the Miraflores
locks and allowing the waters to flow
Into un extensive section in which
excavations have practically been
The blast was successful in every
way, and the vibration was felt in
Panama City as though there had
been a slight earthquake.
Candler, May 19. Dr. and Mrs. Ran
kin, their little daughter, Annie Lee,
and Miss Elizabeth Rankin left Wed Wednesday,
nesday, Wednesday, morning for Cannonsbufg", Pa.,
for the summer.
Miss Louise Albertson,, having closed
a school term at Belleview, visited
friends here during the past week.
Rev. Evans of Belleview conducted a
series of meeting! in the Methodist
church during the past week.
Mr. G. G. Ritchie was a business
visitor to Leesburg Friday and, Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. Our burg was represented at the en entertainment
tertainment entertainment at Oklawaha Wednesday
Friday evening the dance at Oklawa Oklawa-ha
ha Oklawa-ha was attended by a number of our
Mr. Wm. Marshall came down from
Palatka Friday for a brief visit to his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Marshall..
Miss Kate Pritchett was called by
wire from North Carolina, to the bed bedside
side bedside of her brother, Mr. T. E. Pritchett
several days ago. Mr. Pritchett's con condition
dition condition is reported to be more favora favorable.
ble. favorable. Mrs. Arthur Williams and pretty lit little
tle little children of Gainesville, came down
Saturday for: a visit to Mrs. Williams
parents, Mr. and Mrs. McClain.
If you want a well, have a good one
and let S. H. Christian do your work.
Adv. May 21.
Odd Fellows meet tonight.
uestiohs of Vital Importance to be
ake this Meeting the Best
Writien by Rev. C, V. Waugh, an Old
and Honored Baptist
Tallahassee, May 19. The House
has passed the following resolution
adopting an official song for Florida:
House Concurrent Resolution
Be it Resolved by the House of
Representatives of the State of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, the Senate Concurring, that,
Wheeras, In view of the fact that
the public schools of the state are
now singing, as a part of their daily
exercise, the song, "Florida, my
Florida," a song written in 1894 by
Rev. Dr. C. V. Waugh, for many
years an honored professor of lan languages
guages languages in the old Florida Agricul Agricultural
tural Agricultural College at Lake City; and,
Whereas, the said song has both
metric and patriotic merit of the kind
calculated to inspire love for home
and native state; therefore be it
Resolved, That this song, "Florida,
my Florida," be, and the same is
hereby declared by the legislature of
the state of Florida, to be the "stage
song," and that it is recommended
for use in the daily exercises of the
public schools of the state of Florida,
where singing forms a part of the
The following is the song: ;
Florida, My Florida
(State Patriotic Song for Schools)
Land of my birth, bright sun-kissed
Florida, my Florida,
Laved by the gulf and ocean strand,
Florida, my Florida.
Of all the states in East or West,
Unto my heart thou art the best;
Here may I live, here may I rest,
Florida, my Florida.
In country, town, or hills and dells,
Florida, my Florida,
The rhythmic chimes of thy school
Florida, my Florida.
(Concluded on Second Page)
SOLI) TO HAPGOOD
New York, May 20. The sale of
Harper'3 Weekly to Norman Hap Hap-good
good Hap-good and associates, not named, is
announced by Colonel George HarT
vey, president of Harper & Brothers,
publishers. Colonel Harvey stated
that the sale was made because the
magazine had been losing money.
Levon, May 19. Mr. W. J. Frink was
a business visitor to Ocala Tuesday.
Mr. George Lovell of the Pedro 'sec 'section
tion 'section was a business visitor Tuesday.
Mr. C. H. Foland of Pedro was n
Messrs. C. B. Davis and Grady Carter,
Mrs. C. L. Gaulding and two daughters,
Misses Thelma and Gladys, spent the
afternoon in Ocala Tuesday.
Mrs. Will Lucius spent Tuesday with
relatives at Pedro.
Mr. C. Kemin of Summerfield was a
business visitor to Levon Tuesday.
Dr, T K. Slaughter went up to Ocala
Tuesday where he met his father, who
came from Georgia on( a visit to the
doctor and family.
Mr. J. C. Geiger with his Hudson car
passed through Levon Thursday morn morning.
ing. morning. Mr. M. M. Proctor and son, M. M. Jr.,
attended a meeting at W. O. W. hall
Mr. Joe Denham, one of Pedro's large
truckers, was in Levon Thursday night
iand attended the meeting -of the W. O.
Mr. George Lovell of Pedro section
was a Thursday evening visitor.
Mr. Charles Lucius of Charter Oak,
was a Thursday evening visitor.
Mr. J. Q. Baker of Belleview passed
through Thursday going to visit his
truck farm south of Levon.
Mr. Bob Perry of Pedro was a Fri Friday
day Friday visitor. Mr. Perry says he will be begin
gin begin shipping tomatoes in a few days.
Mr. W. S. Perry of Ocala was a Fri Friday
day Friday visitor. ::
Mr, W. J. Frjnk was a Saturday
morning visitor to Ocala.
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Shaw and little
son are spending the week end with
relatives at Orlando.
Mr. Willie Perry spent Sunday in
-Mr. J. T. Rentz spent Sunday In
Mr. B. F.1 Carter and family spent
Sunday in Williston. '
in the History of Ocala.
Come One and All!
PISE I PRESIDENT
Enlightened Japanese Journals Have
- Faith in the Good Will of Our
Tokio, May 20. Faith in the Am American
erican American people to see- justice done
i Japanese is dominating, not a dis
cussion of the California alien land
legislation. War talk is denounced
as ridiculous. It is conceded, how-,
ever, the failure of Americans to re respond
spond respond is liable to estrange two peo peoples,
ples, peoples, as the public believes the bill
iz racial and not in an economic sense
blow to national pride. Tokio news newspapers
papers newspapers are loud in their N praise of
President Wilson's efforts to preserve
the traditional friendship.
LAKE WEIR W. C. T. V,
Meeting of May 13th opened with
song and devotions. President Mrs.
Reed in4the chair. Roll call with cur current
rent current events for responses.
Minutes of previous, meeting read and
Letters from Mrs. Mendenhall and
Mrs. Lamb read and commented vupon.
Voted to send a note of sympathy to
Mrs. E. A. Kelsey in her bereavement.
(Secretary was" instructed to write
senator and representatives in Talla Tallahassee
hassee Tallahassee In regards to temperance bills.
Press superintendent took for her
subject Temperance -Victories. The
victories that made the several states
dry and speeches that passed the Webb
bill over the president's veto were read
Meeting concluded with reading of
survey of laws in regard to Bible in
ACCIDENT AT CENTER HILL
Quite a serious accident happened -at
Center Hill a few days ago. It seems
an addition was being put to one of the
packing houses, when suddenly
the whole thing collapsed. Three were
caught in the debris; Moody Sapp was
badly 'hurt, having his hip crushed and
receiving 'internal Injuries. He was
sent to the hospital by first train,
where With best of attention it Is
hoped he will soon recover.- Webster
and Marion County
Discussed and Acted
J. D. ROONEY, Secretary
JUMPED OX THE JINGOES
Secretary Bryan Denounced the Sub Subsidized
sidized Subsidized Patriotism that Create
Washington, May 20. In a speech,
at the Hague anniversary meeting
yesterday. Secretary Bryan vigorous vigorously
ly vigorously denounced "subsidized patriot patriot-ism,"
ism," patriot-ism," which seeks to create a war
because of profits in battleships.
"War is in the interest of the few
who garner profits while the masses,
pay taxes," he declared.
TEAM FOR LEESDIRQ
The Leesburg baseball team, accom accompanied
panied accompanied by thirty or more friends, went
over to Coleman yesterday and defeat defeated
ed defeated the nine of that prosperous little little-city
city little-city by a score of 3 to 3.
The Leesburg team this year is com composed,
posed, composed, of young men heretofore un-
known to the baseball world, but the the-two
two the-two games they have played Indicate
that they are the proper article.
Those playing were: Will Howell,
pitcher; Archie Porter, catcher; Dillarcl
Keigitley, first base; C. Laughing Laughing-house,
house, Laughing-house, second base; C. Hopson, third.',
base; Jennings Cottrell, short; John
Lee, left field; Abney Medlln, center center-field;
field; center-field; Loyac Pratt, right field. Com-,
We offer one hundred dollars reward,
for any case of catarrh that cannot be be-cured
cured be-cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F.: J.
CHENEY & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
We,. the undersigned, have known FiT
J. Cheney for the last 15 years, .and be believe
lieve believe him perfectly honorable in all,
business transactions, and financially
able to carry out any obligation mad -by
his firm. Walding Kinnan & Marvin,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Oi
Hall's Catarrh Cure js taken Intern-,
ally, acting directly unon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents
per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con constipation.
stipation. constipation. Ad.
Rexall Tan and Freckle Lotion Is an
excellent external application for for-freckles
freckles for-freckles and sunburn, at Gerig' drug drugstores.
stores. drugstores. Adv.
Board of Trade Wednesday nightJ
ifCAUA KVKALNU rtTAJi. TOHUAV, )LY 20.USI3I
OGALA EVENING STAR
Dittinger & Carroll, Proprietors
It. K. Carroll, General Manager
-2rt V. LeaTtagoed, liuftiness Manager
J. II. nenjamln, Editor
A VVR 1ICIATE1) KLSKWH EKE
Entered in the postoface at Ocala,
i'lju, as second class matter.
Aj5 will be seen by the dispatch on the
first page of -the Star, Mrs. Helen D.
Ufjitreet is a bad loser and has voic voic-her
her voic-her spite at the administration and
tijr neighbors in a way that reflects no
Trtlit on her character. 15; happens
that the writer was acquainted with
all the parties concerned in this affair.
Mrs, Longstreet is a good woman, in intelligent
telligent intelligent and cultured, but high strung
aind hysterical, as is amply proven by
her course in the Sickles matter and
other public affairs. It is certain that
neither the South nor the democratic
party owes any lore or respect to Gen General
eral General Longntreet. His near neighbors,
aumong whom he lived in Gainesville,
Gau, when the writer lived there thirty
yars ago. had no extreme amount of
love ot respect for him, and their lack
of it was'not altogether-owing to po political
litical political considerations, for Gainesville
was a broad-minded community, and
tho democratic was not bitter toward
republicans. Mrs. Ham, to whom the
potftbfflce has been given, is a noble
Southern matron, whose life has been
'levoted to her home, but she is talent talent-and
and talent-and refined and as good a judge of
public affairs as her more showy rival.
As the Star has said before, it looks
ilik President Wilson is acquainted
wiiX all the characters in the play and During the great popularity of
tnade his appointment accordingly. He"Lalla Rookh," one of Tom Moore's
certainly did well for the party and for; admirer? wrote to him as follows:
the ill luck that inevitably accom- j IMPORTANT MEETING
panies such troubles; however, there is
at least an element of justice In his
demand. It Is a little thing, but it is
another of the straws that goes to
make up the burden of proof that the
public will accept some day, that vac vaccination
cination vaccination is the only real and necessary
precaution against small pox. and as
soon as the public unaniomusly should shoulders
ers shoulders this burden, the load and the dis disease
ease disease will both vanish.
Itartow Offera Irofeor Workman
flNOO a Year to Teach Her
The following telegram was received
by Principal J. H. Workman of the
Ocala High School last evening:
Bartow, Fla., May 18, 1913.
Prof. J. II. Workman, Ocala, Fla:
Will you accept principalship here at
$1800? Have been spaying ?1500, but
will pay more for good man. I am a
member of the board and believe I can
have you elected at first figure. Elec Election
tion Election Monday night. Wire me at once.
R. B. Huffaker.
When asked if he would accep-t, Mr.
Workman shook his head.
Mr. Workman has been with us a
long time, and has always made good.
He has led hundreds of our boys and
girls along the path of learning, and
we hope he will remain with us to lead
hundreds more. He has an understand understanding
ing understanding of local character and conditions
that money can't buy and that another
man could not attain in years. We
hope our people and school authorities
will appreciate the spirit that keeps
him with us when he could make more
money by going elsewhere.
"'Dr. U. Van Hood had quite an Odys Odys-.s!
.s! Odys-.s! in returning from the medical con convention
vention convention at Miami. He came along very
TU from Miami until he reached New
' Sn;?rhK, where he changed cars. He
was thya about eighty miles southeast
. f Ocala. "From New Smyrna he trav-
"They say, dear Moore, your lays are
(Can it be true, you lucky man?)
By moonlight in the Persian tongue.
Along tiie streets of Isaphan."
So, when, looking thru our ex exchanges,
changes, exchanges, we picked up a paper printed
in Spanish at Iloilo, P. I., just half way
, w T . found the advertisement of a Rexall
KY I Z8' Clty(?uncUo"' wJre drugstore printed the first thing on the
'had to make a wait for the Atlantic , T T
t. .v.-. ... first Pase, and went and told J. J.
.'3i uiiic uaui. .fji iiiaiL ira.ui, Ile j (je
-" vii ij iiiu auutu ca i. i cannula li t . 1 1 , , .
rMi , , , bright smile climbed up his counte-
.'uaiiuu, n line ne lldu lu llldlie iiuuiutu
Hoard of Trade Menbra. m.md Other
Cltleni at the CoarthonMet t Di Di-p
p Di-p Mat tent of Moment
As will be seen by the, advertise advertisement
ment advertisement elsewhere, the Board of Trade
will hold a meeting at thd courthouse
to morrow night, and bopes- that: a
large number of citizens will attend,
as Tnany affairs of vital importance to
our city's interest are to be discussed.
THE. UILLIOMIRC COWBOY," A.
TW O III IK L WKSTERX FELTL'RE,.AT.
THE TKMPLE TO NIGH Tw Adr,
Big lot of brand new designs in wash
tues Just in at Rivers' Harrington Hall
Haberdashery. They are all guaranteed
fast colors, and the price is two for. 25 J
?rig, he felt like Tom Moore, and a
srait for the Seaboard train to Wild
soa. Arriving at uildwood some some-i'.ime
i'.ime some-i'.ime after he would have reached
Ova la if the, trains had connected, he.
hfid to wait-two hours more before h
- ouM. enter on the last lap of his jour
Mity. He arrived in Ocala in time for
jareakfast, when he could have been
; jJtre In time for supper, the night be before
fore before if that Ocala and ianford train we
-,vant had been running.
One of the wrongs that afflict civ civ-iiixatlon
iiixatlon civ-iiixatlon is the requirement that clerks
in many stores must keep on their feet
Vntire time "vh'at they are on duty.
Several states have passed laws to cor cor-'rect
'rect cor-'rect the abuse, but these laws are nul nul-,
, nul-, lifted hy popular indifference; and the
visriTiirietors of most of the establish establishments
ments establishments make it understood tthat it isn't
nance to the top of his head, and then
down to the nape of his neck.
Ej Allemand has his jewelry
e jsmitn diock open and Is
attending to business, "Mr. Allemand is
il-5KTTIrd"-rrlcrnaTi-in h Is line, and has
a fine stock. He and his family are
making their home on South Fourth
street east, and it is to be hoped that
they will like Ocala well enough tc
make this city their permanent horne.
The modest but efficient enterjtrise
of .the Gervais Electric Company is at attracting
tracting attracting considerable' attention among
our people. Mr. Gervais, who came
here from New York a short time agro,
is manufacturing all sorts of the most
ingenuous and handsome electric ap
pliances. His work is first-class, and
is a cleTk's interest to be seen sitting nis little factory is a solid addition to
Jown. even tho there are no customers
r'Vt lw waited on. Remaining on their
etfforr nine to twelve hours a day is
' drying on the strongest men, and often
vaases spinal and other troubles to the
Tones that they never recover from.
Its an abuse that such organizations
ia.3 women's clubs and the W. C. T. U.
aa reach better than the law.
Trie St. Louis Globe-Democrat says
"that there are 60,000 Japanese in Mex Mexico,
ico, Mexico, all of whom have served in the
mrmy or navy, and they own or control
: 3WM00 acres of land around the har harbors
bors harbors on the western coast. It is not
" arenerally understood, but the people of
- Tapan and the Actecs, Toltecs. Yaquis,
Pueblos and other semi-civilized na na-1
1 na-1 Hon& that the Spaniards found when
'fchey invaded Mexico in the sixteenth
oentury, all belong to the same branch
of the Mongolian race. The people" of
'Mexico like the Japs and make them
vrelcome, and it is possible that a grave
danger for the United States is grow growing
ing growing in that part of the world.
J. v lley Smith, the ex-manager f
the Atlanta Commercial Loan Co., of
Atlanta, who embezzled funds entrust
ed to him and fled to Mexico, was glad
to surrender and return home to pris
on. He is in the Atlanta jail, at the
point of death, while his wife is sup
porting herself and their six-year-old
daughter in San Antonio, Tex., by
cooking and sewing.
W. G. Turkette writes that he is
well pleased with his job as postal
clerk. There are many pretty girls
along the route who meet the train
and hand their mail in to him, he in
return giving them a pleasant smile.
Citronelle item In Crystal River News.
We suppose this is the young man
who was reported missing a few weeks
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
3XG OF TH K-XTCEEE
(I a tinned from Fiirti Pa?
Will .call thy children" day, by day
To leair to walk the patriots' way.
Firmly to stand for theei for. aye aye-Florida,
Florida, aye-Florida, my FlorHa.
T2iyygeIn fruit the wtnl outshines
Florida, my Florida.
Thy gardens and thy .phosphate, mines,
Florida, my Florida,
Yield: their rich store of; good supply.
To still the voice of hunger's err.
For the we'll live for thee we'TI die.
Florida, my Florida..
The aggressors rod caalfiresU oa thee.
Florida, my Florida.
Thy sens and daugthers, free mat be,
Florida, my Flirida.
From North and Souths. from. F-ist and
From freezing blasts they cime for
ArwL find in thee their -earnest quest,
Florida, my Florida..
W.hrn ills betide and,, woes OjVrtake,
Florida, my Iflorida.
Xnv- sons and daughters ulek will
Florida, myr Florida
3Th sacrifice of lov and.- lif.
3 T save from woe, from ill and strife,
iTb. fell thy foes i or danger rife.
t lorlda, my.. Florida..
C W. Waugh. Florida Agricultural
College, Lake Citiv 1884;.
BELLE VI KVS BUDGET
R. D. FULLER
Office Over 3Iunroe & Ch&rablisa Bank
J. E. GHACE
Rooms 9, 10 and 11, Second Fleor,
DR. L. F. BLALOGK
OFFICE OVER COMMERCIAL
OCALA, - FLORIDA
Jacksonville, says the Metropolis,
"will not make an attempt to secure
' t.h 1914 reunion of the United Confed Confederate
erate Confederate Veterans, even though she has
";n practically assured that she ca
atrc it for the asking. This decisi
' ws reached by the joint conventi
committee composed of members of t
Tooard of trade and the Jacksonvi
' tiotel Men's Association Saturday. Tlr
' reason for this action was the stand
' ifcaken by R. E. Lee Camp No. 58, Unit Unit-vJ
vJ Unit-vJ Confederate Veterans of this city. It
Tns that the members of this camp
were of the Impression that if they ln-
In New York. Saturday, John N. An An-hut
hut An-hut was convicted of attempted brib bribery
ery bribery by the jury before which he has
been on trial in connection with an at attempt
tempt attempt to free Harry K. Thaw from
Matteawan by alleged illegal means.
A comical case from Lowell came up
efore Judge Smith last week. A lady
j living up that-ay had another lady
("arrested for using profane language.
The case had aiiiitrial In the county
judge's court, and the evidence was de-
1 .IJ.l,. .- T" I
vlted the 'reunion to this city they stantly seeing accounts where bovs are
would" be forced to do all of the work badly injured or killed by riding
-to entertain the visitors. j double on motorcycles. The latest one
'noticed oceured last Sunday night at
A story comes from Lake eir, on Tampa. As the practice seems preva-
exchanges. the News is con-
"he authority of a little boy who is too
' Voung to tell fibs that there is the
.strongest kind of circumstantial evi evidence
dence evidence that a barnyard rooster has
laid an egg. In ancient days, such oc occurrences
currences occurrences were believed, to forecast im important
portant important events, and If either the Del Delphic
phic Delphic oracle or the witch of Endor now
existed, we would be able to discover
if the stunt just pulled off by the Lake
Weir gentleman hen presaged the
- speedy triumph of equal suffrage, or a
jrar with Japan.
lent in Palatka. a word of warnin
may not be amiss. The practice is not
connnea to boys, lor occasionally a
young lady is seen perched in front
It is very dangerous, no matter how
careful the driver may be, and the par
rents should prohibit their children
from thus endangering their lives and
limbs. Palatka News.
J. G. PURVIS,
Offices over Nash's
Dry Goods Store.
A rather peculiar case may be
"dfought before the city council. A
?!ored man, who rented a house, sub-'rent-ed
a part of it to another colored
a day laborer with a wife and
-fjhild. Both this man and his, wife
forked out by the day. The child was
taken sick with smallpox and the
itvothe-r was obliged to stay at home to
tiarse the child, while the the man, be be-ssiile
ssiile be-ssiile being needed at home some of the
time, was unable to find work. His en enforced
forced enforced idleness prevented his having
ttiouey to pay his Tent and, on account
the nature of the disease, the quar quarantine
antine quarantine regulations prevented the land landlord
lord landlord from expelling him. The renter,
thus being between the upper and
'uether grindstones, obliged to pay his
vvm rent, and unable on account of the
public policy to collect his subrent.
thinks that the city should make good
"to him his loss, or part of it It seems
:o the Star that it is only his share of
Mrs. Mollie Albritton, who has been
in Ocala several months with her
mother is again a resident of Homosas Homosas-sa.
sa. Homosas-sa. having gone down Monday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Crystal River News.
A letter was received from Congress Congressman
man Congressman S. M. Sparkman last week saying
that he had been before the board of
engineers of harbors and rivers and
the matter of further improvement for
Crystal River. He seems very much
inclined to believe that they" will give
us a project with a favorably recom recommendation,
mendation, recommendation, too. Crystal River News.
"THE MILLIONAIRE COWnOV," A
TWO REEL VESTER FEATURE, AT
THE TEMPLE TONIGHT Adr.
n ARBECUE AT OAK GROVE
The seventeenth annual picnic and
barbecue at Oak Grove will be held on
Thursday, June 26th, 1913 The public
is respectfully invited. Committee.
Council meets tonight.
:: : AND : : :
EVERYTHING IN REAL
OCALA - FLORIDA
: JOSEPH BELL
: Attorney at Law
; Second Floor,
;Munroe & ChamblissBldg.;
Bellevlew, May 18. Vp? regret to
learn that Mr. Tom Pritchett of Cand Candler,
ler, Candler, the indefatigable fertilizer man, is
lying seriously ill.at his-home-Mr.
D. S .McAllister of Cottonwood,
Ala., brother t Mr.- II. NU McAllister,
who owns a nice farm just west of
Belleview, isj making a visit to this
Mrs. Sam A. Millicani left last Thurs Thursday
day Thursday for Jacitsonvill and Green Cove
Springs, whre she expects to pack and
ship their household furniture to Belle-
view xor use in taair Handsome new.,
home just; north oC the depot-
All of tie McClendon children have
been visiting with their sister, Miss
Ruby at. Wildwocsd? the past week.
The friends of hath parties are tear!
Ing up the dust in their endeavors t(r
secure petitions, asking the governor
to appoint one r the other as county;
commissioner for- this district. Dc
Slaughter is wearing a very earnest,
preoce-upied a and his big Cadillac
machine is kept on the gro in the doc
tor's quest fbr friends and influence
Joe; Davis, ii his tuiet way, is putailtgr
in some gotid licks in his own hehalf.
Iii describing the situation Joe said It
is just about six at on and half'a doz dozen
en dozen of the other and I am the ."othr."
Their many- friends are all wishing for
the success of both candidates.
; Miss ITdna Fielding- who has been
spending- the past several months in
West Florida, has returned borne, much
to the delight of her many friends and
parents.. She- was accompanied by two
of her cousfns, very pleading1 looking
Eddie Rothschild Is some bicycle re repair
pair repair man. He has been rehabilitating
a Stearns chainless bik and putting
new tires on same toe- Mrs. Tremere.
This was the second ladles chainless
drive bicycle to be brought into tjhe
city of Jacksonville and In fact, the
state of Florida, ani in spite of it fif fifteen
teen fifteen years' usage ff and on. Is prac practically
tically practically as good asj new today.
Mrs. John Brown of "Wildwoid was
down last Thursday to attend the
dance held at Mrs. Pratt's.
The Ice crero supper heid at th
town hall last Thursday n)ght given
under the auspices of the Ladies' Aid
Society was quite a success.
Owing to winter visitors leaving in
such numbers It makes a dearth of
news, and your scribe loses so much
sleep ta worrying over a lack of news
items that it causes rings around the
eys giving an appearance of a two two-ring
ring two-ring circus.
The shipping of peaches, cucumbers,
tomatoes and okra from this town-has
begun in earnest.
Prof. Connor and Mr. W. H. Hale
shipped forty barrels of Irish potatoes
last week. All the shippers report good
Mrs. Annie Brown of Jacksonville is
visiting with friends.
Mr. R. S. Cook, the hotel man and
tonsorial artist, made a trip some-
wheres last week and returned "safely.
It is quite an accommodation to be able
to get a store shave and hair cut with
out having to go to town for it.
Miss S. I. Snow of Pedro who has
been visiting with her niece. Mrs. Man Man-ville
ville Man-ville A. Dudley, left last Tuesday for
Dallas, where she will visit with
- Mr. J. Oscar Hightower of Heather
Island, accompanied by Mr. Harry
Baxter, the handsomest man In Cand Candler,
ler, Candler, paid Belleview a business visit
lasO Friday afternoon.
Mis3 Elsie Rheinold of Jacksonville,
who has been visiting with Mr. and
Mrs. J. J. Nelson, left last Tuesday for
Island Grove, where she will visit with
friends before returning to Jackson-
Walter Nelson Is repairing one of the
boilers of the Mayo & Baker Lumber
Co. When he ain't fixing automobiles
he's fixing boilers, and when he ain't
fixing boilers he's fixing something
else, and when its once fixed its well
fixed; and Walter came near getting in
a fix himself not long ago.
JyJ LJj 1; V
20c Tin Rotiirt Hood Sliced Apricots
30c Tin Robin Hood AprieMs-.- . 25c
20c Tin Royal Scarlet Tomatoes . 15c
30c Tin Robin Hood Pears. 25c
35c Package Royal Scariat Raisins... - 25c
The friend-winning prices
that we are making: in our .store;
will surely interest you. Cc&t
type cannot do justice to the.
extraordinary offerings. Buy Buying
ing Buying jewelry here means
spending: money right
Style may change but
''our high quality low price
standard of jewelry sell
mg remains hsed. tri ll iliSSS
Here you. will find
a satisfying, assort
. . 9 3
menioiinerorxas i !ui!i t n
ware, novel novelties,
ties, novelties, etc.
If you want a
ling gem setting
at a decided price
For yQursweetheart mar married
ried married or otherwise a diamond
solitaire is eminently proper. -!
Nothing better as an engage
ment or birthday ring; Surprise Ftlher,
Husband or Brother with a nice rinr. We
have i splendid assortment cf gems la up-to-
tne-rainute etunr at ertec t
suit the thinnest pocket book. You
will End nnea to salt every on
men and women im little folks.
In now wbile the stock Is coin
A. E. BURNETT
W. G. BLANGHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
P. O. BOX 46 OCALA, FLA.
HATE YOUR CVB PAIXTED
McIVER & Mac KAY
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
FOR THE WEAK A!fD SERVOCS
Tired-out, weak, nervous men and
women would feel ambitions, energet energetic,
ic, energetic, fall of life and always have a good
appetite, if they would do the sensi sensible
ble sensible thing for health take Electric
Btters. Nothing better for the stom stomach,
ach, stomach, liver or kindeys. Thousands say
they owe their lives to this" wonderful
home remedy. Mrs. O. Rhlnevault, of
Vestal Center, N. Y., says: "I regard
Electric Bitters a3 one of the greatest
of gifts. I can never forget what It
has done for me." Get a bottle your yourself
self yourself and see what a diCerence it will
make in your health. Only 50c and IL
Recommended by Tydings & Co. A3
UO XT WEAR OUT.
Wonder what it Is? Why It's noth nothing
ing nothing more than one of those
SPLEXDID inOX BEDS
that we want you to come in and
buy. They are thing. of beauty
and a Joy forever."
time buy one of our
At the urn
You can do more sleeping In a night
on one of these mattresses than you
can. in a year on some "body killed
we know of.
in house furnishings are in demand
by those of artistic tastes. A -visit
here will disclose
THAT IS DECORATIVE
but not overly dear. Merit Is what
wins these days, and It's only merit
that gives us our liberal patronage.
MERIT IX FURXITURE
MERIT IX PRICE.
CONTRA CTORS AND
McIVER & MaeKAY
oAl K VE.V ISii ST A it, TUESDAY, MAY .20, 113
W crecozsj ff?
"O. 'V fiL
A man's wife is the best partner he has got if
he only gives her a CHANCE. Givie your wife a bank
account and a share of your confidence and she will
save your money. That is no sentimental theory.
E. H. HARRIMAN left a vast fortune. HIS WIFE
had a share in makingit; he left it to her, knowing
her ability to handle it.
Give YOUR wife. a bank account; she can save
DO YOUR BANKING WITH US
. f ' r t
We Pay 4 per cent Interest on Savings Accounts
ma w a & c ,.x m
Lt iff -f
Undertaker f3mithf. phones 10 and 41.
Council meu? ;tonist.
Odd Fellows meet this .evening.
Board of Tre.de toinorriow night-
Mr. S. F. Rou And family of LowelU
were among the busy out-of-town vis visitors
itors visitors in the city ilonday.
Box files at the Court Pharmacy 6-12
Bath sprays fer a shower bath at
t'ae Court Pharmacy. 5-12.
American Beauty Bath, -Spray fits any
bath tub. Outfit complete $1.25 at
Gerig's drugstores. Adv.
Vinol the ideal tonic for either sum summer
mer summer or winter complaints. Its home in
Ocala.. Is the Court Piaaxmaci.
.Pound, nut, layer asx3 .reisln caKes
always on hand, fresh, ai .Carter' Bak Bak-sry.
sry. Bak-sry. 5-14-6td
j -THfi MILLIONAIRE IVaOV," A
fjJUO HEEL WKSTEIIX FE.ftXJT.RE, AT
f.THK TEUPI.K TOMGHT, UI.X.
j .Wafers, macaroons, kisses And other
i fancy cakw may always be had .at
j Career's Bakery. And they'r .always
j Yov can find everything in thwe Jatest
jwtyles for men at Harley Bros. JNext
i door tfr Westenn Union Telegraplt of of-ijee.
ijee. of-ijee. 5-17-lft
The X'tvine Sanh piotures will sc3n
airear at the Ideal in La Tosca. Mme.
Bernhardt is now flaying in New York
to crowded houses before her return' to
and also of the wild west show of the
same name, moving pictures of which
were shown at the Ideal theater seve several
ral several weeks ago. was a Sunday visitor
in the eit3 registered at the Ocala
House. Mr, -ililler is a genuine west westerner.
erner. westerner. He is stopping at Newberry,
where his firm is buying cattle for Its
big western ;ilant.
THE GLOBE :1IIG SALE
OPKXS TOMORROW MORMXG
As will be noted by the two-page
advertisement in today Star the
Globe's big "Face to Face With Trou Trouble"
ble" Trouble" sale begins at 8 o'clock tomorrow
The entire force of regular clerks
and a large extra-contingent have been
busy all jlay today marking the special
jHTtees on the stock in preparation for
the big event Red tags are attached
to every article in the place and the
prices marked thereon are sufficient
evidence of the extreme low prices that
the .entire stock is to be offered for
during-the next ten day;.
In speaking of this sale to a Star re
porter today, Mr. Malever, the proprie proprietor,
tor, proprietor, announced that he anticipated the
biggest -event of its kind that he has
ever pulled off as every article in the
place is -practically new and up to date,
and this is right in the midst of the
spring season when everyone will want
spring and summer goods. He puts
special stress on his proposition to re refund
fund refund ;the cash or exchange for othr
goods any purchase that may prove un unsatisfactory
satisfactory unsatisfactory .during the- sale.
The doors will open at 8:30 o'clock,
and the special offer to the first few
people who come in make it desirable
for everyone to be among the first.
Read the big advertisement.
We ask for new accounts because we are capable
of rendering the best banking service, and because
we offer that high measure of security that appeals
to the prudent and conservative people of this com community.
Your banking business carefully and promptly
transacted. Large resources, a strong Board of Direc Directors
tors Directors and capable management are but a few of. the
many features that commend this bank to one con-,
sidering the opening of a bank account.
CAPITAL. FULL PAID IN f?M
H. D. STOXEB, CtlUr.
JNO. I E1WARBB, Ptm. CLARENCE CAMP. TIe Pr-
! Don't forget that Dunnellon will
j come to play Ocaa nex.t Thursday aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, Dunnellon has quite a sturdy
team, -and the Ocalas haven't been
beaten fw far this season.
The funniest picture that has been
seen b-ere in a long time was shown at
ithe Temple last night, "The House Housekeeper
keeper Housekeeper of Circle C Ranch." The large
crowd just shrieked and shrieked with
laughter at the funny antics of the
j cowboy who impersonated the house house-j
j house-j keeper. The house was packed full up up-j
j up-j stairs and down, over 200 of the K. of
P. colored people being seated in the
balcony. Next week the orchestra will
be installed for the sumraer.
! Godchaax's Linen Suits at Harley
j Bros, will keep you cool. Norfolk and
! other style. Next door to Western
Union Telegraph office. 5-17-12
REAL ESTATE: AMD INSURANCE
Town property, improved and un un-H
H un-H improved, for sale. Real profit profit-bringing
bringing profit-bringing investments.
v Small Farms, Timber Tracts, Or Orange
ange Orange Groves or almost anything you
wish, on terms to suit.
We have houses for rent or will
take charge of property and collect
v the rent, keep up repairs and pay
Agent for a dozen of the-best Fire- insurance. Companies in the
country. Thoroughly competent to care for your insurance business.
I Will be Pleased to Care for Your 'Business in Any of These 'Lines.
F. W. DITTO
WE CHISEL HIGH PRICES DOWN WHEN WE FIRST
PUT PRICES ON OUR HARDWARE. BUY VOUR HARD HARDWARE
WARE HARDWARE FROM US AND KNOW THE PRICE IS RIGHT.
WE LOCK OUR CUSTOMERS TO US BY SELLING
if THEM NONE BUT HARD WEARING HARDWADE.
THEN WE'VE GOT THE GOODS. YOU CAN GET IT
AT OUR STORE.
li Mart wire 0
The Sherlock Holmps picture at the
Ideal last night were witnessed by two
large crowds and greatly appreciated.
Without doubt this is one of the best
feature pictures which has been shown
in jeala for some time.
At 5 the regular meeting of th
Kn'ghss of .Pythias last evening,
Messrs. Bmmett E. Robinson and R. C.
Muncaster were introduced to the es esquire
quire esquire decree of the order. Each meet meeting
ing meeting for the past six months In this
order has seen additional members
added to Its roster.
" 1 '' --
Dr. J. E. Chace has returned from
Tallahassee, where he went in the in interest
terest interest of the bill that has been intro introduced
duced introduced to amend the dental laws of the
state. Dr. Chace obtained a favorable
report from the committee oh the bill,
and had a promise of its advancement
on the va"lendar, as the time is short
and it was painfully far down the list.
Mr. Laurie Yonge, one of the young youngest
est youngest dealers in Florida handling auto automobile
mobile automobile and bicycle supplies, came up
from Ocala this week and placed a very very-fat,
fat, very-fat, order with McGraw Bros., the job jobbers
bers jobbers of auto and bicycle supplies.
Lame baclc is 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.
! Call or pnone tne, court Fiiarmacy
for your quick and accurate prescrip prescrip-Ition
Ition prescrip-Ition service. Phone 2S4. 6-12
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.
LostFound, Wanted, For Sale,
For Rent ancSimilar Local Needs
FOR RENT Offices In Holder build building.
ing. building. Apply to Davis & Martin.
FOR SALE A brass frame cot and
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
WANTED 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
WANTED Woman for companion
and working housekeeper. Two in
family. Good wages. Only best need
apply. E. A. Davenport, Belleview,
Fla. 5-13-6td ltw
, 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. 5-lo-6t
LOST Masonic blue loge pin. Be Believed
lieved Believed to have been lost at A. C. L.
passenger station. Finder leave at this
HOUSE FOR RENT A six room
cottage for rent, $12.50 per month, near
high school building. Apply to Miss
Rena Smith, phone 466. 5-14-6td
! If you want good bread and other
bakery products go to Carter's Bak Bakery
ery Bakery 5-14-6td
Stiff neck Is not only painful, but an-
' noylng. To get rid of it quickly, rub
the parts affected with BALLARD'S
SNOW LINIMENT. It penetrates the
flesh and relaxes the muscles so that
the pain ceases Immediately. Price
25c, 50c and per bottle. Sold by all
Messrs. F. W. Ditto, J. J. Gerig and
M. A. Ten Eyck, the ap.praisers select selected
ed selected to value the stock of good of the
I Ocala News Co., commenced on their
work this morning and will be several
(days completing their task.
WANTED A young lady to work In
soda fountain and Ice cream store out
of town. Apply to the Anti-Monopoly
South Atlantic League,
ivvery evening. v
MAY MILLINERY SALE 1
As our stock of Spring and Summer Millinery is much too large to
carry through the long summer months we have decide dto. sell all
our Trimmed Hats at greatly reduced prices from
. ,t, ,'
Saturday, May 17th to May 24tti,
On account of the extreme Iqw prices which will prevail during this
sale, nothing will be charged. Every purchase must be for cash..
Commercial Bank Bldg. Ocala, Fla.
HEADQUARTERS FOR WIRE FENCE.
We have just received a carload of the Famous SOUTHERN
Wire Fencing, staples and Hay wire and are In a position to
make some attractive prices on it. We are the only dealers
In this section of the country that handle this brand of fence and
have demonstrated in the past that it is absolutely the best,
strongest fence on the market, and running it as we have in
competition with the many inferior grades of wire fence. We
have had some phenomenal sales on It and made many friends
and customers. Give us your orders, if the goods don't make
good we will.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms with
all modern conveniences; close in.
rhone 378. 3-lT-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
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
Tuscawiila street. o-17-3t
WHITE jTA-IR LI
TRANSFER AXD FI REPROOF STORAGE
COLLIER BROS.. Proprietors.
Teams for Light
and Heavy Hauling.
C- h i
Superior to Plaster
or Ceiling in
Quality or Price.
Trailing Arbutus, a new talcum pow powder
der powder for Rexall stores. At the Postof Postof-fice
fice Postof-fice Drugstore. Adv.
"THE 3IILLIOXAIRK COWBOY," A
TWO HEEL WESTERS FEATURE, AT
THE TEMPLE TO XI GUT. Adv.
There never was a time when peo people
ple people appreciated the real merits of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy more
than now. Thi3 is shown by the in increase
crease increase in sales and voluntary testi testimonials
monials testimonials from persons who have been
cured by it. If you or your children
are troubled with a cough or cold give
it a trial and become acquainted with
its good qualities. For sale by all
If it isn't an Eastman, it Isn't a
kodak. Kodaks and Brownies, all sizes
and prices, at Gerig's drugstores. Ad.
It would surprise you to xnow the
great good that is being done by
Chamberlain's Tablets. Darius Dow Downey,
ney, Downey, of Newberg Juncticr N. B., writ writes:
es: writes: My wife has been using Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Tablets and finds them very
effectual and doing her lots of good."
If you have any trouble with your
stomach 'or bowels give them a triaL
For sale by all dealers. Ad.
Mr. Zaek T. Miller, part owner of the
famous 101 Ranch at Bliss, Oklahoma,
LOST Two large mare mules, one
gray and one bay. Finder will please
return to Tompkins & Cobb's stables
and receive liberal reward. T. G. Cran Cran-ford
ford Cran-ford Lumber Co. 5-19-3td
MONEY TO LOAN A customer asks
us to loan $1000. 2000 or ?3000 for
three years at S per cent. Security
must be gilt edge. The Munroe &
Chamiliss Bank. "" 3-20-2td
FOR SALE At reasonable price, one
cream colored mare, harness and rubber
tired buggy; or Maxwell runabout. All
in good condition. No need for both,
and will sell either outfit. Apply to H.
P. Bitting, at Tydings drugstore. 5 30 3t
FOR SALE A residence at a bar bargain.
gain. bargain. Six? rooms besides kitchen and
bath room; electric lights; all modern
conveniences; large yard; beautiful
shade tree?; garden; chicken yard;
servant's house. Apply to 416 S. Lime
St., Ocala. 5-20-12td
FOR RENT The entire house or a
part, furnished of unfurnished. Will
rent same for a year or longer. Apply
to 212 Orange Ave. 3-29-6td
I am keeping at my Sales Barn arid Lot, on
West Exposition Street three blocks west of the
court house square,
a Fine Drove of
Horses and Mules
Animals for all pur purposes,
poses, purposes, and at reason
able prices. I go to
market each two
weeks and select the
stock in person and
get the very best.
Call at the lot, yon will find seme Stock to suit you,
if it is one or dozen head you need, I have them.
H. JT. NICHOLS,
LIVE STOCK DEALER OCALA, FLORIDA
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Tate LAXATIVE BROMO Qninine. It stops the
Congh and Headache and works off the Cold.
Druggists rtfand iiionfy if it fail3 to core.
E. V GROVE'S snature cn each box. 5c.
BROADWAY AND lilh ST.
Clean, Comfortable, Convenient and Home-Like Hotel, on
the American ana European nans.
ixneJeaxi Plan. $2 per day and up. 2-aropea.n Plan. I1.C0 per Say m&
Special W eekly Hatea.
Churchill & Co.
1 WW p Tii fT ft pit t?W h WVi
I 1 T J T f I 1 ? I f !J1 I'A' H J I I f f U If fl
The critical moment has arrived. The stringency of the money market has created a condition which has never
occurred before. We must raise the money at all hazzards. With a gigantic stock on hand, we have struggled
against a backward season which now stares us in the face, but all in vain. Unable to bear the strain longer,
we are forced to sacrifice our stock in orderto savepur good name, which is more than money to us. Heroic
1 sacrifices, are sometimes necessary, and this is one of the times that we meet the situation promptly. The
enormity of our stock; the vital danger and burden it applies to this critical financial situation, forces
us to reduce our stock by off ering it for CASH at any cost
Do yot confound this bona-fide sale
with other so-called salvage or special
sales. It is an occasion, an opportunity
so different, so extraordinary, that even
a comparison would be ridiculous.
There is but one purpose: "Let the goods
go for what they will bring." Sale lasts
from Wednesday, May 21, at 8:30 a. in.,
to Saturday, May, 31, at 10:30 p. m. The
stock must be liquidated.
J. MALEVER, Prop.
AM Piroffls Swept!
Me Time 2 Malke
Look Fm Ouhip
T05T1 av raTb 0
e ir lie Pip 2
THIS STOCK CONSISTS OF LADIES' MEN'S AND CHILDREN'S READY-TO-WEAR APPAREL, DRY GOODS, SHOES AND NOTIONS.
Our Loss Is. Your Gain! Every Article Must Be Liquidated In Ten Days!
The store will be closed on Tuesday,
May 20f in order to- complete the neces necessary
sary necessary arrangements for the opening day
of this important event. Bright nnd
eary on the morning of the 21st though,
we will be prepared to show the people
of Central Florida such an array of real
bargains as they have never before seen
in a first 'closs establishment,
Sale will positively begin at 8:30 a.
m., rain or shine on
WEDNESDAY, MAY 21.
One Price to All. AH Goods Marked in glain Figures. v$J' Such Sacrifices Have Never Been Attempted in Pcala
..... 4 . 9 k . .... ....... -- U 1 .Jf
-- --mm iN.lMnwiw,, , ( ,.ww.AM,a..v ,,,,,,
Hero we have just received a line
right from a 1 J road way manufac manufacturer
turer manufacturer and every stylo Is guaranteed
to be the latest, and we will mark
every one of them to actual cost.
IIo.se, the same lOo values. These
are wonderful values for the extra extraordinarily
ordinarily extraordinarily low price. Face to f
Face Sale price .. DC
Ho.se, 15c value. Like those quoted
above, these are wonderful bargains.
He sure and purchase now. q
Face to Face Sale price... VC
Hose, the same 20c value. These
Hose always give satisfaction to the
purchaser. Try them. Face 1
to Face Hale price 1 1 C
MEN'S AND BOYS' FURNISHINGS
Men's Handkerchiefs, hemstitched
linen, white, full .size' all 10c value.
Face to Face Sale price for r
these line .Handkerchiefs. tLC
Men's Hose, double heel and toe,
black, tan and other colors; always
have sold two for 25c Our O
Face to Face Sale price. ... OC
Men's Wash Ties, Four-in-Hand and
String, latest designs; values as high
as 2 He. For our Face to Faco r
Sale we price them at.... OC
Men's 23-Strang Suspenders; full
length and leather straps, 25c value.
I1 or our race to race Sale we
- will offer them at, VC
Men's Balbrlggan Underwear, quality
which excels all 53c quality Shirts
and Drawers. Face to Facei n
Sale pHch JLOC
Men's Work Shirts, blue Ohambray,
full sizo and best quality; 50c value.
For our Face to Faco Sale QQ
we are offering them at. CtOC
Scriven's Imitation Flastlc Seam
Drawers, best made In the market,
regular (iOc value. Faco to op
Faco Sale price OOC
Men's Dress Shirts, all latest pat patterns,
terns, patterns, not one out of style, regular
tioe value. We are offering them for
our great Face to Face Sale
Men's Sanitary Fleece Lined Under Underwear,
wear, Underwear, Shirts and Drawers; full
weight and all sizes; regular 50 cent
value. Face to Face Sale OA
Men's Pure Silk Hose, samo as you
always pay .'55c for, in all colors. An
excellent bargain. Faco to 91
Face Sale price uxC
Here is a lot of Dress Shirts. Not
what we tell you, but value and qual quality
ity quality talk for themselves. Such as we
have always sold for $1.00. a -i
Faco to Face Sale price. TlC
WANTED-At once, 10
Cash Boys, Bundle Wrap Wrappers,
pers, Wrappers, Etc. Apply at The
Globe, Ocala, Fla.
Yon are in
Lot 1. Here we have about 75 Over
alls. Pin checks and blue Denim
These have been sold for 75c and
$1.00 Face to Face Sale
Here Is the best Union Made Overall
well known brand, the Sweet Orr,
$1.25 value. Faco to Face
Sale price. ...........
Wen's Stylish Pants, perfect in fit,
great range of styles to choose from
in st r I lies and colors; $1.50 value.
In our great Face to Faco OA
Sale at OVC
Men's Finest Custom Tailored Pants,
such as talk for themselves; all
Wool,-blue, black and stripes, value
$3.00 Face to Face j -I fJQ
Sale -price J) X
This line of Pants are well tailor
ed and are made from the finest ma material
terial material in staple colors and Blue Serge,
Mixed Stripes and Pants that are
easy to select from. They have al always
ways always sold for $4 and $4.50. Now is
your opportunity. Face ?Q
Faco Sale price. . pi)V
Lot Men's assorted Hats In as
sorted colors, every one worth $2.50,
While they last, Face to Face aa
Sale price OVC
Lot 2. In this lot we have the well
known brands that we always carry
in stock, all advertised $2 values. In
our Faco to Face Sale
Men's Telescopo Alpine Straws, every
one is of the latest style; $3 values.
Face to Face Sale price,
Here we shout our loudest. All our
$5 .1. B. Stetson Hats, you all know
what they are; Face to OQ
Fate Sale price. PfOJ
SHEETING BY YARDS
Unbleached Sheeting, 9-4, our reg regular
ular regular 25c quality, Faco to -t rr
Faco Sale price. ....... A C
Unbleached Sheeting, 10-4, our reg regular
ular regular 30c quality. Face to 1 Q
Face Sale price JLVC
Bleached Sheeting, 9-4, our regular
27c quality, Face to Fa.ce 1 A
Salo price X Ul
lUeached Sheeting, 10-4. mr regular
:55c quality, Face to Faco Qi
i I mi
A Gloria Silk" Umbrella, well worth
si. For our Face to Face Sale these
excellent Umbrellas will go A o
BOYS' WASH SUITS
Mothers take advantage of this line
of wash goods and dress your boys
up in a line little summer suit.
Values up to $1.50, Face to
Face Sale price. . . .
Pins, 5c value, Face to Face
' Sale price.
Pearl Buttons, 5c value dozen,
Face to Face Sale price. .
Safety Pins, 5c value dozen,
Face to Face Sale price.
Cotton, best brand, 5c value,
spool, Face to Face Sale. r
Talcum Powder, 15c value,
Face to Face Sale price...
Tooth Brush, 1 5c value, Face
to Face Sale -price. .....
Hair Brushes, 25c value, Face
to Face Sale price
Steel Shears, 25c value, Face
to Face Sale price
LADIES' WHITE GOODS
Corset Covers, either Lace or Era-
broidery, Silk, Uibbon, latest style;
35 cent value. Face to Face
Sale price..... IDC
Drawers, umbrella flounce and latest
designs, best of cambric, 50c value.
In the Face to Face Sale atl Q
the low price of IOC
Gown and needle work and latest
embroidery, a 75c value.
Face to Face Sale price
Here we have a beautiful embroider embroidered
ed embroidered Petticoat,, double flounce, $1.00
value. Face to Face Sale or
SHEETS AND PILLOW CASES
Pillow Cases, full size and good qual quality,
ity, quality, same as has' always been sold for
20c everywhere, excellent val- Q
,ue. Face to Face Sale price VC
Extra size Pillow Cases, 36x45, reg
ular 25c value. Face to Face
Sale price. ..........
In this particular lot .we have a well
made Sheet, 72x91), regular 60 cent
value. Face to Faco Sale
Hero we have a well made and seam
less Sheet, as has always been sold
for $1.00. Face to Face Sale
: MOW LITEN TO
No Matter What Sales Have
Whon nr Whvf Yon Havp Npvpr .Sppti Anvthin Like This!
Article Held Back,
To the First Thirty Ladies or Gentlemen Entering the Store
WEDNESDAY, JAY 21st., AT 8:30 A. ML
Will Receive Absolutely Free a Package. This Package
will Contain Merchandise to the Valueof 75c or More.
Packages will be Given Away to the First Thirty Purchas Purchasers
ers Purchasers of One Cent or More.
Will take place each day
sale. We only quote a tew ot them;
Between 9:30 and 10:00 o'clock we will sell 10' yards
of 10c bleaching for ....... ..
ONLY 10 YARDS TO A CUSTOM! R
Between 10:00 and 10:30 o'clock we will sell 10 yards,
best dress and apron Ginghams for. .....
Between the hours of 11 and 11:30 we will sellSimp-
son's and American print Calico, 10 yards
Between the hours of 1 and 1:30 we will put on sale
five spools thread, Coats and others, 5 for.. ..
Between the hours of 2 and 2:30, Sheeting 3G inches
wide, actual 9c quality, 10 yards for .... ....
Between the hours of 3 and 3:30 we will sell Amos-
keag flannel our regular 10c value 10 yards at.
A'word to the wise is sufficient. The above is just a hint.
Where you see it in this advertisement it's a fact. If you
don't see it in this advertisement you'll see it in the store.
The announcement that this entire stock, consisting of the
finest Dry Goods, Millinery, Furnishings and Notions, is
thrown upon the market will create a furore in this terri territory.
tory. territory. For everybody's been expecting, waiting and watch watching
ing watching for this. Now here it is It's up to you now and not
later for these prices hold good for only 10 days. And
keep this on your mind the stock consists wholly of the
finest quality of goods that can be bought.
You Will Get Quick Service and Fair Ireatment!
at various times of
. II 111 II M I .tl ..I I II I I II - - I II III III I L
Been! No Matter Who, Where,
Particularly these suits are brand
new and up to date. Hart, Shaffner
& Marx suits full $25 -j A QQ
value. In this salo P J.TrOJ7
Men's Suits, Light or Dark Stripes,
well made business Suits, same as
you have been paying $12 and $13.50
for elsewhere. Face to Cf QO
Face Sale price. ..... POI0
Men's Suits in high grade dark silk
mixed Cheviots, dependably lined,
splendidly tailored, hand padded
shoulders. Suits that have sold else elsewhere
where elsewhere for $13.50 and $15. The
price in our great Face (!q QC
o Face Sale is POi0
Handsome Black Thlbets and unfin unfinished
ished unfinished Worsted Suits, also Itichtield
Brown and Brown striped Suits that
sell everywhere at $15 to $17.50. In
the Face to Face sale
White, blue and drab color Skirts,
Linen and well made, regular $1.50
values. In the Face to Face
Sale at . . . . . DOC
Now here is where we shout to the
ladies to take advantage of this lib liberal
eral liberal offer. All our $2 and $2.50
Skirts, mostly white and some linen
colors. Our Face to Face oq
Sale price. OVC
Handsomely made Voile, Trimmed
Skirts; We sell them at $3 but they
must go now at the Face
to Faco Sale price of
Custom made Skirts, well tailored
Voile and Panama Cloth," Serge or
Cashmere; value $3.50 and $4.00. In
the Face to Face Sale AO
Remember we carry the biggest and
best line of yard goods in Ocala and
every yard- will be reduced below
cost. These goods demand your at attention.
tention. attention. Taffeta Silk Black and Changeable
colors 3G inches wide, our regular
$1.50 value, Face to Face OA
Salo price, per yard. . OVC
The finest line of Messallne Silks In
the state, 30 inches wide, the kind
you pay $1.50 per yard for. QQn
Face to Faco price, yd OVC
We will have on sale as long as they
lust our full line of linens in all
shades and colors, our regular 25c
kind. Face to Face Sale
price, per yard .
JLL JLJL mmJm AMmWtmJr Q
and Safer Than a
SPECIAL ALL DAY
Every one knows what Sulsiue Silk
is, the quality that sells for 35c and
never less, 340 yards of It only,
while it lasts in the Faco to 1 7
Face Salo for. X f C
Good Face Towels, as long as they
last we will offer these Towels for
our Face to Face Salo for
Large Bleached Face Towels, such as
have always sold for 15c. Face
to Face Sale price. ...... C
Turkish Towels, bleached as well as
unbleached, regular 15c values, o
Face to Face Sale price. OC
Here we shout the loudest all our
'Kn T Tiurnla full elio n n I Yoil
and blue borders. Face to
Face Sale price
Men's Work and Dress Shoes of high
quality, Calf Skin, Vict and Gun
Metal Shoes and Oxfords, $2 value,
Face to Face Sale price d i fif
Men's Slngle-and Double Sole Patent
Leather, Russet, Vici Kid, Gun Metal
in all sizes and values as high as
$2.50 and $3.00. Face to'(' HA
Face Salo price. ... . P 1 -OV
We call your attention to this line of
high grade Oxfords and Shoes, all our
well known brands, and guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction or money
back; $3.50 values. Face OQ
to Face Sale price. . P 1 OV
Ladles we can fit you with the best
made Shoo In the whole state of
Florida, such as Patrician, Irwin
Drew and Endicott and Johnson,
Lot. 1. $2" and $3 values, such as
Ladies' Vici Kid Blucher, Russia
Calf Oxfords, all In this particular lot
as high as $3. Face to Faco
Ladies' Oxfords, Patent Up or Gun
Metal In Pumps or otherwise best
known makes and quality, all our
regular $2.25 value. Face di OCk
to Face Sale price. . mUV
Ladies, we wish to call your atten attention
tion attention to this particular line of Ox Oxfords
fords Oxfords and Shoes in Patent Leather,
Suede, Vici Kid, Gun Metal, Russets
and others, all high class Shoes and
latest styles. $3.00 and $3.50 values.
Face to Faco Sale 39
in Central Florida to call
and make us prove that
prices on e verthing have
been cut to the quick.
WOMEfS COAT tUlTS
Now picture for yourself a handsome
Coat Suit, the latest style both In
material and workmanship and a
Suit you would pay $17.50 for. Our
Face to Face Sale price
Ladies' House presses. All our $1.75
and $2 values. Face to Face QO
Salo price. .. OOC
Another lot of handsomely trimmed
dressed that are well worth $2.25.
In the great Face to Face 1 A t
Yes, we have live counters of them,
the llnest and largest stock In Ocala,
All our 10c embroidery wjl go q
Face to Faco Sale prico yd C
We have the choicest line of 27-Inch
Swiss flouncing embroidery, our reg regular
ular regular 50c kind, which wo will poll la
the Face to Face Sale at, per i rf
yard. . i C
Only 11 vo yards to a customer,
TABIE LIN IN
Now is the time to buy Tablo Linen.
A sixty-inch width of Linen liamask
handsomely designed, regular GOc.
alue. Faco to Face Salo o A
All $1 values and designs that. have
never been shown before. in
Face to Face Sale price. iOC
Ladies Fancy Embroidered Handker Handkerchiefs,
chiefs, Handkerchiefs, white linen, regular 10 cent
value. Face to Faco SjUo o
Ladles' Hose, black or tan, 15c value.
Best quality. Face to Faco Salo A
price .. ...,,. ,,,,, Jt
Ladies' Gauzo Vests, all our 15c val values,
ues, values, a fine line. Face to Faco A
' Salo price tC
Ladles' Dlack Satin Belts and Whito
Wash Belts, also a few In leather, all
25c values. Face to Face Salo ly
Ladies' fleece lined ribbed Under Underwear,
wear, Underwear, Sanitary Vests and Drapers,
35 cent values, Face to Face i o
Salo price. IOC
Ladles' Lisle Thread Hose, all dou double
ble double heel and toe, regular 25c -l
value, Faco to Face price 1 1 C
All Silk Hose, while they last; our
35 cent value only a small q
lot. Face to Face price 1C
OCALA EVEMSG STAR, TUESDAY, 3IAY 20, 1913
II IF HIE
Lt There be 31 ore Light," and There'
dittos to lie More Liitbt
"More light" is the motto of the bus business
iness business men on the Magnolia street block
between Broadway and Fort King ave avenue.
nue. avenue. All the materials, including large
iron posts, are now on the grounds for
the erection erf three v special street
lights on this block, thanks to the bus business
iness business men located there. A post con containing
taining containing ft.ye large lights, will be locat located
ed located In front of the Commercial Bank,
one in f rifnt of jthe Strauss Cafe and
one In front of the Theus-Zachry fur furniture
niture furniture store. These lights are of the
most modern design and will prove an
attraction to this section of the city.
It is to be hoped that the business men
of other sections of town will follow
the example set by those of the, above
named block and also by the Harring Harrington
ton Harrington Hall hotel people.
car and spent yesterday afternoon get getting
ting getting on to the kinks and curves of the
SPECIAL. SESSION HOARD
OF PUBLIC IXSTHl'CTIOX
REXTZES ADJUDGED IIANKRUPTS
Trustee Will He Appointed and tbe Illg
Properties XXIII Soon be Itunnlnj?
at Fall Capacity
Messrs. E. P. Rentz and E. P. Rentz
& Sons were adjudged bankrupts in the
United States district court at Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, Monday. Petition to grant
fthe gentlemen bankrupt proceedings
was filed some time since and at the
hearing the petition was granted. Re Receivers
ceivers Receivers were appointed for the firms
several months ago and the receivers
have been operating the businesses of
the Rent2es. The receivers will now
be discharged, as soon as the trustee
can be appointed and qualify. Mr. C.
S. Adams of Jacksonville, an attorney
and referee In bankruptcy, was ap appointed
pointed appointed referee in the case, but the
trustee has- not been' named.
This Is quite a victory for the Rentz
interests and will get their business
in much better shape as far as they are
personally concerned, both now and for
Under the receivership of Mr. George
Rentz and Mr. McNair, the big mill' at
Silver Springs has been placed in first
class shape and started up last week,
and will now be run on full capacity.
The receivers for the mill at Levon, In
which Mr. Rentz is interested, has also
been running for some time and is in
good shape and cutting a great deal of
County XVIII Help Dunnellon Build an
flVMH) School House
The Marion county board of public
instruction met this morning at the
ofce of the county superintendent in
special session, the object of which was
to consider ways and means for tb;
erection of new school buildings in
Ocala and Dunnellon.
Dr. J. G. Baskin and Mr. G. V.
Neville, members of the board of local
trustees of the Dunnellon special tax
school district, represented that city
before the meeting, and placed their
claims before the county board. Plans
and specifications were presented for
the proposed new building In Dunnel Dunnellon.
lon. Dunnellon. These gentlemen asked that the
board assist them .with their new build build-ing
ing build-ing with an appropriation of $7500,
whieh is half the amount they propose
expending on It It-After
After It-After considering the matter for some
time the board agreed to appropriate
$4000 toward a building to cost ap
proximately $18000, provided the dis
trict would Issue bonds or in sorafe
other manner raise the balance neces necessary.
sary. necessary. To this proposition the Dunnal-
The board will at once proceed ta
advertise for bids for the erection of
the building, and in the meantime an
election will be called to vote upon the
bonding of the district lor the amount
necessary. Messrs. Baskin and Neville
expressed themselves as being almost
certain that such a bond issue, will
meet the approval of over 85 per cent
of the voters In the district.
The proceeds from the sale of the old
school building will be allowed the
district to apply upon the new build building.
The new building will be of brick
and if the plans at present under con consideration
sideration consideration are accepted, Dunnellon will
have the handsomest school building in
the county. It is to be two stories
high and will contain eight large rooms
besides an auditorium.
At the afternoon session of the
county board the Ocala trustees were
on hand to present their petition for a
new high school building to be erected
on South Eighth street, east, on the
property secured last fall for this pur
pose. As we go to press no decision
had been reached on the Ocala proposition.
AVIIITF1ELD PRIZE AVOX
The five-pound box of fancy candy
offered by Mrj Dan Whitfield for the
best name forlhfs candies, was'award-
tjevie Jtooerts. ine com-
-frrrntsTIed" the various
names suggested for Mr. Whitfield's
products this morning and the name
"Whitfield's Chocolate Dainties" was
the one selected as the most suitable.
The suggestions were all numbered,
the name of the contestant being re
moved, and all were considered strict
ly on their merits. After considering
several very attractive names the
above was selected as the best one and
Miss Roberts was declared the winner
AX AUTO COLLISION
li II AFFAIRS
If you have any Items for this de department,
partment, department, call Phone 106.
Tea and alc...t ,-Hoinc- f-MrJ.
where she has a winter home. While i n I VVX-XX-rX-KX-X-J-X W-:"::-XX;XS:-:-XKX:--:-.
jata.suiiuie, v xs given, uy Uiiicers
of the police department, a valuable
f Vmm 0n R -iVIrilr this aftf-rnoon
the ladieJijf the Baptist church held a
silver tea4rr the home of MrsAJLwIz'
lar on Herbert street,and at the same
ttTnirh-e--a1i'y'eaTltifuI fancy work
articles made by the Baptist sewing
circle since Christmas were on sale.
The entire lower floor of the Izlar
home was used for the occasion and
was exquisitely decorated with quan quantities
tities quantities of cut flowers. Assisting in
making the affair extremely delight delightful
ful delightful and successful in a financial way
were- Mrs. W. A. Knight, Mrs. William
Rlchey, Mrs. A. J. Erigance, Mrs. Izlar,
Mrs. Van Hood. Serving fruit punch
and sandwiches in the dining room
were Misses Nina Camp, Evalee Ed Edwards
wards Edwards and Mary Harriet Livingston.
ring which was stolen from her trunks
while in that city a year and a half
Mr. F. J. OHara, of Jacksonville, an announces
nounces announces the engagement and ap approaching
proaching approaching marriage of his daughter,
Helena Agnes, to Mr. Donald Bruce
Whitner. The wedding will take place
on the morning of June 11th, in the
Church of the Immaculate Conception,
Jacksonville. Palatka Times-Herald.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Jones, of Doerun,
Ga,, announce the engagement of their
daughter, Ellie Perry, to Mr. Jack D.
Borland of Newlerry, Fla., the wed wedding
ding wedding to take place in J.une. Atlanta
Adjustable Dress Form
see oar window
Mrs. W. G. Fortner and sister, Mrs.
Jennie Hughes1 of Coleman were visit visitors
ors visitors in Ocala today. Mrs. Hughes, who
has been spending a few weeks with
her sister, left for her home at Heath
Springs, S. C. Mrs. Fortner is one of
must sciiiuus prum-
11IG IMPROVEMENTS AKOUXD
THE FEDERAL BUILDIXG
Work was begun yesterday on the
improving of the, grounds surrounding
the nostoffice building. The driveway
vhich runs through the block north of
the building was originally construct
ed of clay and lime stone. This has
been ordered rebuilt and the Woodmar
Sand & Stone Company has the con contract
tract contract for putting down a cement drive driveway.
way. driveway. The driveway extends from
North Main street to North Magnolia
street and is used by the local deliv
ery wagons as well as by the rural
delivery vehicles, and will greatly fa
cimaie me nanaiing oi the mails in
and out of the building.
lireakfast for I!r!de-Elect
One of the loveliest of the many
lovely affairs Being given for Miss Da Davis,
vis, Davis, MissVlewjiom and Miss Lawrence,
three JuneH5ride3, wifl be the breakfast
Thursday at "l o'clock y Miss Mar Marguerite
guerite Marguerite Porter.
Dr. J. E. Rawlings of Daytona has a
large circle of friends throughout the
state and especially in Ocala, who will
be interested in the following notice
taken from the Times-Union:
"Dr. J. E. Rawlings left Monday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon for Norristown, Pa., where the
evening of May 22 he will be married
to Miss Madge Mogee, who recently
returned north from this city. Dr.
Rawlings and his bride will visit New
York, New London, Ct., and other points
east. They will be guests for a time
at the Van Ness in Burlington, Vt., end
also at Soonipi Lodge, Sunapee Lake,
N. H., returning to this city the latter
part of June."
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith of Dal Dallas,
las, Dallas, Texas, are the guests of their
cousins, Judge and Mrs. W. S. Bullock.
Mrs. Smith was Miss Mildred Bullock,
a niece of the late General Robert Bul Bullock.
lock. Bullock. Mr. and Mrs. Smith expect to go
to White Springs tomorrow to visit Mr.
and Mrs. Burton Bullock.
Dr. and Mrs. Neville Clark of Day
tona arrived this morning and are
guests of the Harrington.
Mrs. George Rentz delightfully en
tertained the Methodist sewing circle
yesterday afternoon at her home on
South Third street.
Miss Tillie Pasteur of Lake Weir is
the guest of her sister, Mrs. Charles
Miss Agnes Persons of Orlando ar arrived
rived arrived in the city today from Gaines
ville, where she has been visiting
friends and is the guest of her cousin.
Mrs. D. E. Mclver.
Mrs. J. B. jjlorland and daughters.
Misses Loui" and Ethel Borland .of
Citra, will-lettye next month for Chau
tauqua, N. Y-?Tto spend the summer..
bumter county s
The reading club met with Miss Min Minnie
nie Minnie Stovall this afternoon.
1IARY IS BETTER
The Clarkson baby is much better.
The nurses at the hospital had the lit little
tle little one out under the trees today, and
will send the youngster home in a day
Vengeance, a Two Reel Feature,
mated Weekly, Cash Prize,
Mrs. Whitley won the cash prize at
the Ideal last night.
Tonight the feature is Vengeance, a'
magnificent drama of two thousand
feet in two parts and the Universal
Animated Weekly showing the world
events In moving pictures. There are
number of very interesting subjects
which are both entertaining and instructive.
Theusual cash prize will be awarded
the holder of the lucky number.
Tbe 3HIIonaIre Cowboy," Two Reel
Western Feature Temple Tonight
Another show, you don't want to miss
tonight, one of those all feature li
censed bills, "The Millionaire Cowboy,"
great Selig western feature in two
reels, will be our good thing for to
night, and its a dandy, full of snap and
inger, a feature that you won't for for-et.
et. for-et. "A Timely Bath" is a side split
ting comedy; "A Youthful Knight" a
fine comedy drama and "Love" is a
beautiful Pathe drama. Don't forget
to come early, only 800 seats. Special
tomorrow another one of those real li licensed
censed licensed features, "The Last Block Blockhouse,"
house," Blockhouse," a fine Indian feature, a story
of pioneer days, in two reels.
At 12 o clock last night two auto
mobiles, going at a rather lively rate
of speed, collided on Fort KJDfg ave
nue in front of the Arms House. The
cars were both Cadillacs, one owned by
Mr. R. T. Adams and driven by his col
ored man, and the other owned by Mr.
Mason Tison and driven by himself.
The Adams car was only slightly in injured,
jured, injured, the cars only lightly sideswip sideswip-ing
ing sideswip-ing each other, but in attempting to
clear the other car, Mr. Tison hit the
curbing and a tree and one side of his
car was completely stripped, from lamp
to rear wheel. The Tison fear is a
handsome new Cadillac roadster. No
one was injured in the collision.
Councilman W. J. Chambers, repre representing
senting representing the third ward in the city's af affairs,
fairs, affairs, has entered the local realty field,
opening offices in the new Citizens
Bank building. To assist hira in con conducting
ducting conducting the afairs of his office, he has
purchased a handsome Velie touring
0 se Cottolene
mmtt i wiiii i i fly -rVfrreihriif mim H' nrrff ir m mil irnf ---- n lirril J
When you shorten or fry your
food with butter it is needless ex extravagance.
travagance. extravagance. Butter is too expen expensive
sive expensive for use anywhere but on your
table. If butter were really bet better,
ter, better, would produce better results
in cooking, you would be justified
in using it, but it won't. Cottolene
is fully the equal of butter for
shortening; it is better for frying.
It makes food rich, but not greasy,
because it heats to a higher
temperature than lard or butter,
and cooks so quickly that the fat
has no chance to soak in." Cot Cottolene
tolene Cottolene is more healthful than lard,
and you only need to use two two-thirds
thirds two-thirds as much as you would of
either butter or
stop to consider jf-fff
The following commission hustlers
are at the Ocala House: R. W. Burch,
Bowling Green Ky.; W. B. Johnson, A.
M, Miller, M. Lowenthal, A. H. Strick Strickland,
land, Strickland, New York H. A. Warner, Bos Boston;
ton; Boston; II. F. Mabb'ett and S. W. Shivers,
Quitman, Ga.; W. L Davis, Plant City,
and last but by no means least, R. A.
Green of Ocala. Ten or fifteen more
are booked for early arrival.
SIXDAY OX THE AVIXDIXG STREAM
Another delightful trip down the mm
was made by the yacht City of Ocala
Sunday, and a large crowd enjoyed the
beautjful and incomparable scenery
which this elegant trip affords. A lit little
tle little different route was taken, the boat
going up the Oklawaha r'ver for a
number of miles and a good many al
ligators were seen ,on this part of the
trip, as it is seldom any boat visits
these waters. Among the sightseers
was a pleasant little party of nine,
guests of Mr. Ed CarmJchael and his
charming wife. Frank Mathews, who
pilots the City of Ocala, says that next
Sunday he is going to take the boat a
little further up the Oklawaha, proba
oiy as tar as bharp s Ferry. A great
many people were out at the springs
Sunday and this beautiful place is be
coming more popular every Sunday
under the management of the Carmi Carmi-chaels.
COUNCIL MEETS TOXIGHT
that the price
of Cottolene is
no more than
the price of lard
you can readily
figure out what
a saving its use
in your kitchen
TEE N. IL FAIRBANK COMPANY
Th city council will meet tonight in
regular session A full attendance is
urged. The purchase of the Ocala Wa Water
ter Water Company's plant will probably be
MAUDE ATE TOO MUCH
Mr. M. R. Williams came near losing
his fine little mare, Maude, Sunday
night. -A door being open, she found
her way to the bin and ate about seven
rations of oats. She came near paying
for her greediness with her life, but
"Doc"' Blackiston brought h r around.
DR. XV. K. MXE,
Specialist, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
Office, Law Library Blc"g., Ocala. Ad.
Mr. C. O. Fox, the former popular
traveling drug salesman, is now asso associated
ciated associated with Mr. E. S. Arnold in selling
Ford cars in Jacksonville.
Special prices on Ru-ber-oid Rooflng
for a short time only at OcalaPlumb OcalaPlumb-ing
ing OcalaPlumb-ing & Electric Co. Adv. 5-20
WOXDERFUL SKI.7 S A LITE
Bucklen's Arnica Salve Is known
everywhere as the best remedy made
for all diseases of the skin, and also
for burns, bruises and boils. Reduces
inflammation and is soothing and heal healing.
ing. healing. J. T. Scssaman, publisher of the
News, of Cornelius, N. C, writes:
that one box helped his serious skin
ailment after other remedies failed.
Only 25 cents. Recommended by Tyd Tyd-Ings
Ings Tyd-Ings & Co. Ad.
Miss Emma Cannons of DeLand is
now enjoying a trip to Tampa, Key
West, Havana, Miami and Palm Beach
Mrs. Mary Halligan and her daugh
ter Miss Pauline, of Dunkirk, Ind., will
arrive in the city tomorrow to spend
two months with Mr. and Mrs. A. E.
Delouest. Mrs. Halligan Is a sister of
Howard Pearce and family of Ocala,
have come to Kathleen. Mr. Pearce
will take charge of his mother's farm
thia year. Kathleen notes in Tampa
A. P. Stuckey, one of the most
prominent business men of Marion
county, who came down to Tampa to
attend the funeral of Judge F. M. Si-
monton, returned to his home In Ocala
this morning. Tampa Times.
Mr. and Mrs. Chandler Yonge of
Tampa, who have been spending sev
eral months with their son at Reddick
came down this afternoon to visit Mr.
Yonge's brother and sister-in-law, Mr
and Mrs. R. E. Yonge.
Mrs. William Jennings Bryan of
Washington passed through Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville last night en route to Miami,
Dr. H. A. Reeves, of Inverness, was
in the city today on his way to Levon
to look after the interests of the Mc-
Gehee Lumber Co., of which he Is one
of the receivers. Dr. Reeves has just
returned from a business trip to Chi
cago, and says that his .mohair suit
and straw hat wera very much "out of
order" when he arrived in the Windy
City, and he was compelled to don an
overcoat and felt hat a few hours
Plumbing What am" at th Ocala
Plumbing& Electric Co. 280. Ask cen
tral. Adv. 5-20
Dr. J. G. Baskin and Banker Neville,
after spending the forenoon in the city
on business, left this afternoon for a
few days' visit to Jacksonville.
Fan for fussy folks at Ocala Plumb
ing & Electric Co. Ring phone 280.
Mr. J. M. M. Robinson of Reddick
who was in town yesterday with his
nve-passenger car. Drought In, a party
consisting of Mr. Dixon Irvine and wife
of Orange Lake and Mr. and Mrs. H. G
Tinker of illwood, and took them
home in the evening.
3 cans Van Camp's sonp .... 25c
" beans.... 25c
Mince Meat 25c
Sunbeam shrimp .... 25c
lb Soda..;.. 5c
2 cans small flat Salmon 35c
large " ..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
Mr. H. D. Brooks, of Tampa, repre representing
senting representing the Review of Reviews, is in
the city, looking after the affairs of
that fine publication.
J. P. Jones of Fort McCoy was at the
Ocala Hous'e last night.
Mrs. Flora McKay Morrison of Mpr
riston and Miss Sallie Tomlinson of
Fayetteville, N. C, were at the Har
Ol 1 J i mrr'nir TTAirn tit m
ouuum ue mLVLKi nuML. we are agents lor tins
Celebrated Dress "Fitting" Form and we invite every
lady in Marion County to visit our store and see this ?;
B. MASTERS CO.
P. 0. BOX 277
iff 'EM OUT BOYS
As an incentive to the Ocala and Dunnellon
Baseball Boys to do some heavy hitting in
Thursday's game, and also to get better acquaint acquainted
ed acquainted a half dozen Barker's Pure Linen Collars
and a choice of any Necktie in the house will be
given the batter who makes the longest drive
during the game.
The Harrington Hall Haberdasher.
IF. E. IMcCLANE, IVI. O.
SPECIALIST IN CHRONIC DISEASES
THE Dr. MCLANE MEDICAL, SURGICAL
AND ELECTRICAL INSTITUTE
PHOXES Office, No. 333. Dr. McClase's Residence, No. 407.
Office Suite 1 to 7, Holder Block, Southwest Corner Public Square.
Capt. John L. Inglis of Port Inj
was at the Harrington last night.
Brooksville was represented at the
Harrington yesterday by W. W. Saw Sawyer,
yer, Sawyer, Frank E. Saxon, J. L B. Varn and
Tom F. Hancock.
W. H. Warnock of Inverness was at
th'e Harrington last night.
OPEX DAY AND NIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C L. depot cor corner.
ner. corner. Meals a la carte and lunches at
any hour. Ad.
INDIAN RUNNER DUCKS
Pure blood fawn and white, staridard
variety of these famous "egg ma
chines." Eggs for sale for hatching at
ten cents each. Also two drakes for
sale at $2 each. "Write or inquire of
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ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY ORETTO. FLORIDA
FLIES ARE DANGEROUS
YOU SHOULD KEEP THEM OUT
Flie3 are a great menace to health
and aside from the question of health,
they are very disagreeable. Let us
screen, your house with our modern
method, home" manufactured screens.
Ocala Lumber & Supply Co. 3-25-tf
PICNIC AT TURNER'S POND
Everybody is invited to attend a
basket picnic at Turner's Pond Friday,
June 20. There will be dancing for
those who enjoy "this pleasure. Don't
forget the date, Friday. June 20th, at
Turner's Por.2. Committee.
EFFECTUAL GENERAL TONIC
Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic Combines both
in Tasteless form. The Oulnint drives
out Malaria and the Iron bulla s up
the System. For Adults and
You know what you are taking vihea
you take GROVE'S TASTELESS chill
TONIC, recognized for 30 years through throughout
out throughout the South as the standard Jlalaria,
Chill and Fever Rcnf:r crd General
Strengthening Tonic, it is as strong as
the strongest bitter tonic, tut -you do not
taste the bitter because the ingredients
do not dissolve in the mouth but do dis dissolve
solve dissolve readily iu the acids of the stomach.
Guaranteed by your Druggist. We mean
RELIEVES PAIN AND HEALS
AT THE SAME TIME
Thi Wonderful, Oii Rtliaile Dr. Porter'
Antiseptic Healing OiL An Antiseptic
Surgical Dressing -discovered by an
Old R.R. Surgeon. Prevents Elood
Thousands of families know it already,
and a trial will convince you that DR.
PORTER'S ANTISEPTIC HEALING
OIL is the most wonderful remedy ever
discovered lor Wounds, Burns, Old Sores,
Ulcers, Carbuncles, Granulated Eye Lids,
Sore Throat, Skin or Scalp Diseases and
all wounds and external diseases whether
slight or serious. Continually people are
finding new uses for this famous old
remedy Guaranteed by yoni Druggist
Wemean it. 25c, 50c, $1.00
There is Only One "BROMO QUININE" Thai is LAXATIVE BROMO QUIKTNE
Look for signature of E. W. GROVE on every box. Cures a Ccld in One Day. 25c
w. 1 1. d. mm
M. E. Van Hood, Editor
The leading women of the country
are setting a grand example to all wo women
men women along temperance lines. At the
breakfast recently given by Mrs. Wil Wilson
son Wilson at the White House to the cabinet
ladies. No wines were served. It has
gone down in history as a "Dry Break Breakfast."
fast." Breakfast." f-
"JLadies to the center, and gents all
around;, swing corners; right hand to
your partner and grand right and
left." That is the way things sounded
at the beautiful ball at the home of
former Senator and Mrs. John B. Hen Henderson
derson Henderson last week, Mrs. Henderson es eschews
chews eschews th beaten path. She always
likes to break a trail for herself, and
so her entertainments are models of
originality. This charming hostess
gives her guests lots of good things to
eat, but aqua pura is. the only tipple
which she offers. She is a, teetotaler
of the deepest dye, and one of the sad sad-clined
clined sad-clined dest recollections of the bibul bibul-ously
ously bibul-ously inclined is the time when Mrs.
Henderson, In the exuberance of herjotners-" t only this, but he will
zeal for temperance, had all the old
cobwebbed bottles brought out of her
cellar and their priceless contents
poured into the gutter, while a melan melancholy
choly melancholy crowd looked on.
Among the guests of the Senator
and Mrs. Henderson at their last ball
were Senator and Mrs. Duncan U.
Can You Afford Itf
(Elbert Hubbart In Cosmopolitan)
I hate drunkenness; but I do not
hate the drunkard.
If any man should have our friend friendship
ship friendship It is the man who has failed to be
a friend to himself.
The fact is, the victim of strong
drink often has all the virtues in including
cluding including high Intelligence and a tender,
sympathetic heart and yet when the
Demon Drink clutches him, his will is
paralyzed, and Satan is In the saddle.
A few weeks ago I visited San Quen Quen-lin
lin Quen-lin prison and talked with a man in
the "Death Row" who has since been
"It was drink just drink," he told
me. "I was crazy. I was jealous, and
I shot her. Then I shot myself. She
died quickly. I recovered to be sent
here. Next week I die. She? was a
beautiful, honest, loving, wife, but)
drink had destroyed my reason."
I said nothing what could I say!
But I realized that the slow, lingering
death of a drunkard's wife is no more
tragic than the quick taking off by
knife or pistol.
The worst about strong drink has
never been told. It cannot be told it
escapes the limitations of language.
But I think we err. In despising the
drunkard. Our hearts should go out to
him in pity.
A part of his halluncination is that
he is not a drunkard. "I acn quit any
time," he says. But he who says that
seldom, quits until Death stops his
mouth with dust.
Wine is a mocker, strong drink is
raging; and whosoever is deceived
thereby is not wise." So sa'd Solomon,
a thousand years before Christ.
And the drink problem is upon us
today, just as terrible, just as tragic,
as It was then.
In truth, the danger of drink, to
Americans, Is more habardous than to
any other people. We have an inten intensity
sity intensity of "nerves" beyond that of any
other nation that has ever existed.
Americans seem to be singularly
sensitive to the harm that the use of
alcoholic drinks inflict.
Alcohol is a poison; and the stimu stimulation
lation stimulation that it produces Is one form of
lis activity. If continued, the exhil exhilaration
aration exhilaration will break down tissue, and
may result in dementia, mania, loss of
- speech, paralysis, dissolution, disease,
There are human bodies which, in instead
stead instead of throwing off alcohol that is
taken into the system, seemingly catch
and retain it. There are traps in the
tissues that hold the toxin; and instead
of getting rid of it, these traps set up
a fever, a va'n unrest, and a mad de desire
sire desire for more drink.
Nature seems to think if she can get
enough drink into the man the organs
of elimination will act. The drink
bill of the world is the greatest tax
that humanity suffer?. But the wort
is not in the cost of the stuff original originally,
ly, originally, but m the loss of power which its
The chief incentives to indulge In
strong drink arise from imperfect
nutrition, loss of sleep, and lack of ex ex-ereise
ereise ex-ereise In the open air. These things
bring about a condition where worry
becomes a habit, and drink follows in a
search for relief, f
Study your own case and regulate
you life so, that you will possess a
high degree of vitality. Then drink
will be to you obhorrent.
Good consecutive work, either mental
or physical, and the use of alcohol are
I a mtalki'ng especially to young
men young men who would win their
way in the world and I ask, can you
afford to run the ris.: by dallying with
tnis arch-enemy that has laid so many
We have been led to think that to
drink in manly, and to get in a condi-i
tion where common sense has fled and j
tongue is tangled is funny. Butiir
the business world always has the ,V " , T s 7
drinking -man, no matter how gifted,iw'th thm- Th s;irls influence begins
The use of strong drink is neither
manly nor amusing, and no one who
loves you or is Interested in your wel welfare
fare welfare would think so.
And the truth is, any man who de
liberately turns his glass down, and.
declines to drink anything but pure
water, when the others order "Scotch,"
will always have the respect of "the
have the respect of himself.
Prize your health, prize your reason:!
prize your word! Hold fast to the re
solve, "Touth not. taste not. handle
not," and work, and you will be point-
ed out as a distinguished person. You
will nossess nnlsp anil rnwfr rpsnnnsi. i
humea win rr criit vrt 1 1 v,
will be yours; honor will drift your
way; friendship will be your portion,
and love will illumine your pathway.
Elbert Hubbard in the Cosmopoli-;
MRS. MABEL II. STEVENS
SPOKE AT KENDRICK1
In the Methodist church at Kendrick
on last evening, Mrs. Mabel H. Stevens
spoke to a good sized audience con consisting
sisting consisting of Kendrick and Ocala people.
The church was decorated for the oc-
casion with bouquets of roses and the j
music was iurnisnea Dy a cnoir or tne
young folks of Kendrick. A vocal duet
was beautifully rendered by Misses
Esther and Ruth Boulware. Mr. Jesse
Turnipseed made the opening prayer
and Introduced the speaker.
Mrs. Stevens made a magnificent ad address.
dress. address. She kept her aud'ence spell spellbound
bound spellbound for an hour or more.
In her appeal to rfianhood and wom
anhood to be on guard against the
evils and temptations of the world she
spoke thrillingly of her .experience in
the slums of the cities where she has
worked; in the homes for outcasts
supported by the grand organizations
which she represents, the W. C. T. U.,
of the time when she was sent by the
same organization, a spy dressed as a
hunting girl, to live among the Mor Mormons
mons Mormons in the west; and of her exper experiences
iences experiences in the Salvation Army. The
climax of her talk was reached by the
allegory of the serpent charmer play playing
ing playing with the boa constrictor which In a
moment When she has lost control over
the monstrous thing crushes the life
from its former mistress.
Mrs. Stevens' address was of course,
a temperance address and the subtle
way in which she brought out the hor horrors
rors horrors of the liquor habit and the mon monstrous
strous monstrous evils sanctioned by our govern government
ment government drove home these facts the more
At the close of the meeting twenty twenty-one
one twenty-one persons enlisted in the ranks of
the organization and it generous con contribution
tribution contribution was made for the cause.
Those present from Ocala were Mrs.
P.. A. Eurford, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Gary,
Mr. Sam Burford, Mr. and Mrs.
Cobb, Mrs. T. E. Bridges. Mrs.
Ley and Miss Lillie Roux.
Partly cloudy, southwest wind.
Minimum temperature, 65 degrees
Maximum. 92 degrees.
Average. 72 degrees.
Showers tonight or Wednesday.
IV THE RECORDER'S CO CRT
The case of the city against several
young men charged with a false alarm
of fire was heard in the recorder's
court this morning. Alex Woods was
arraigned, charged with circulating a
false alarm of fire, and plead guilty;
Willie Pierce, R. E. Allen, Clyde Fin Fin-cher
cher Fin-cher and Gordon Moorhead were ar arraigned
raigned arraigned a3 accessory to the fact and
OCA LA EVEXIXG STAR, TUESDAY, MAY 20, 191S
,Vmvw-v-wvwv XX"XXXXXXX1'X XXXXXXXXXi-w'-C'-
WHY PAl"V IVSOIR.E ?
all plead not guilty. The evidence in
the case was heard, which seemed to
show that the young men entered Into
a joke and did not suppose that any anyone
one anyone would actually turn in an alarm of
fire. City Attorney C. L. Sistrunk rep represented
resented represented the city and the' young men
conducted their own cases. The re recorder
corder recorder heard all of the evidence from
the defendants and the other witnesses
and suspended sentence or decision in
the cas till tomorrow morning.
YOl'XG PEOPLE'S MEETING.
The meeting at the Methodist church
Sunday afternoon was well attended
by the young people of the city and a
few of the older ones. Mrs. Stevens
(spoke especially to the young people i,.
I a. mi
made a plea to the girls, for she
, .7- -vu..u
I"""e w,c r wanes.
"Girls, Insist upon the single standard
of morals for men and women."
Mrs. Bridges presided at 'his meet meeting
ing meeting in a very graceful manner and at
the close of the meeting asisted Mrs.
Stevens In organizing a "Young I'eo-
Quite a number of our young men
and girls joined this organization.
!Mrs. Bridges will take charge of it and
I the time of the first meeting will be an an-Jnounced
Jnounced an-Jnounced later. The music for the oc-
was furnished by a choir of
iung women and young men.
We wish to express our sincere
persons who li any way
contributed to the success of our meet-
nSs on Sunday
Especially we thank
the Evening Star and the Ocala Banner
for publishing our notices and Mr.
Green of the Temple Theater for his
advertisement. To Dr. McCIane and
his orchestra we are due many thanks.
and to Miss Porter and Mr.
their beautiful selection.,
tthe Epworth League for
tthe Epworth League for giving us
their time and place of meeting, and
Rev. Coleman for giving up his even-
ing service, and all other societies
which gave us their time; the young
people and the ladies who pledged
their assistance in the work and the
audiences for their kind atentibn and
Mrs. W. T. Gary,
Pres. W. C. T. U.
To The Young
Women of Experience Advise the Use
of Mother's Friend.
There is a certain degree of trepidation la
the minds of most women in regard to the
subject of motherhood. The longing to
possess Is often contradicted by the Inner
ent fear of a period of distress.
But there need be no such dread In view
of the fact that we have a most noble
remedy in what Is known as Mother's
Friend. This is an external application
that has a wonderful influence and control
over the mu3cu!ar tissues of the abdomen.
By Its dally use the muscles, cords, tendons
and ligaments all gently erpand without
the slightest strain : there is no pain, no
nausea, no nervousness : what was dreaded
as a severe physical ordeal becomes a calm,
serene, joyful anticipation that has its im impress
press impress such as our foremost teachers of
Eugenics are striving to drill Into the
minds of the present gene-4tion.
In almost every comm'tnity there are
women who have usod Mother's Friend, and
they are the ones that recovered quickly,
conserved tlifir health and strength to thus
preside over families destined by every rule
of physiology and the history of success successful
ful successful men and women to repeat the story or
Mother's Friend 13 prepared after the
formula of a noted family doctor bv the
Pradfield Regulator Co., 13S Lamar Bid?..
Write them for tbir Instructive book to
expectant mothers. You will find Motor's
Fretid on sale by all drug stores at U.00
DR. D. M. BGNEY
Optometry Office and Laboratory
9 to 12 a. m., 1:30 to 4:30 p. m.
Rooms 2-8 Gary Building, Ocala, Fia.
1 IIS Hi
California'; Governor Has Signed the
Alien Land Law Dill
(Sacramento, Cal., May 20. Califor California's
nia's California's alien land bill became the law of
the state yesterday against protests of
Japan and representatives of President
Wilson and his personal envoy, Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of State Bryan. Governor John Johnson
son Johnson signed the bill and ninety days
after the adjournment of the legisla legislature,
ture, legislature, or on August 10, the act becomes
THE OCALA RIFLES
TAKING ON NEW LIFE
For some months past local interest
in matters military has been somewhat
below what it should be in a real pa patriotic
triotic patriotic community. Though the mem membership
bership membership has been up to the limit, it
seems that only a small portion of the
members live in Ocala, and a great
deal of inconvenience resulted when
the company was called upon to assem assemble,
ble, assemble, even when there was no special
reason for immediate action.
Captain Wefhe now informs us that
the company has taken on new life and
Interest. At the regular weekly meet meeting
ing meeting of the company Monday night six
new members were elected, Messrs. H.
V. Cooksie, W. E. Hall, A. E. Mobley.
Ralph Billingsley, C, A. Blalock and W.
A. Altman. At the meeting of the pre previous
vious previous week a like number of new mem members
bers members were added to the roll.
Five members of the company will
be detailed the first of June to go to
Black Point camp for a week's rifle
HOARD OF OPTOMETRISTS
MEET HERE TOMORROW
The state examining boa-d of the
Florida Optometrical Association will
meet in this city tomorrow. Already a
number of the members of the board as
well as many applicants for the ex examination
amination examination are here. It was expected
that the meeting of the board could be
held In the courthouse, but as circuit
court, is in session, the offices of Dr. D.
M. Boney In the Gary block will be the
place of meeting. It is expected that
a full membership of the board of ex examiners
aminers examiners will be present and that there
will be a very busy session.
WITH A SMILE
Leading: Drugstore Will Give Money
Hack Should There Ever be a Came
Where Dorfson'M Liver Tone Falls
Dodson's Liver Tone Is a mild vege vegetable
table vegetable liver tonic which operates so
successfully in cases of constipation,
torpid liver or biliousness that "it has
practically taken the place of calomel
the drug which Is so often danger dangerous.
ous. dangerous. The Court Pharmacy, which sells
Dodson's Liver Tone, recommends it as
a reliever of constipation, sour stom stomach,
ach, stomach, biliousness and sluggish liver. It
works gently, surely and harmlessly.
If a bottle should ever fall to give sat satisfaction
isfaction satisfaction the Court Pharmacy will re refund
fund refund the price paid without question.
The price of Dodson's Liver Tone is
50 cents per bottle. Be sure you get
Dodson's Liver Tone and not some
medicine put up in imitation that is
not backed up by a guarantee and that
may contain harmful drugs. Adv. 19
OCALA LODGR KTO. ISO. H. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286. Benevolent and
Protective Order of Elks, meets the
second and fourth Tuesday evenings in
each month. VisM'ng brethren always
welcome. Chas Hunter, E. R.
Joseph Bell, Sc-tary Ad.
BEST MEDICIXE 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 i3 the best
throat and lung medicine I selL It
cured my wife of a severe bronchial
cold after all other remedies had failed.-
It w'll 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
by Tydings & Co. Ad.
For first class aiiromoTine vnire
by the trip, hour or day. phone No.
327. First clas car and uniformly
low prices to all. J. C. Gelger. Ad.
Screen Your JHToroe
Every dwelling house in Ocala should be screened
from Flies and Mosquitoes. s
This is very necessary to the health and comfort of
your family. Every store, hotel and restaurant and
office should be screened.
We manufacture, in our own plant, any style, size
or kind of screene. with hard or soft' wood frames,
black, galvanized or copyer wire, we finish themright,
fit them perfectly, and hang them on your house if
Our patent locking, easily removed screens, fitted
full length of your windows, are a boone to house house-keeyers.
keeyers. house-keeyers. They lock inside, and they can be removed
for dusting or cleaning, in a moments notice.
Cull us up, or send for a representative to measure
your house and make your estimates. The prices are
reasonable and ours is strictly a home institution.
Ocala Lumber and Supply Co.
Factory North Oscela Street. Phone 223.
Mr. Richard's Experience With Dif Different
ferent Different Diets. Peaches and
EattermilK for Three Years.
Cecilton, Md.Mr. George Richards,
Df this place, durir-g the past 12 years,
has probably trkl more different diets
than the average person would ever use
in a lifetime.
What he has to say about his experi experiments,
ments, experiments, must therefore be highly interest interesting
ing interesting to anyone suffering from indigestion
or stomach troubles of any kind.
He says: "For more than 12 years.
I suffered with stomach troubles, and
paid hundreds of dollars for doctor bills
and medicines. I was also operated on
I lived on dried peaches and buttermilk
for nearly three years. The only thing
that would not give me pain was raw eggs.
1 was a physical wreck. I could nol
sleep, and was as near crazy as a man
could well be.
I must say that after taking two 25-cenf
packages of Thedford's Black-Draught,
it did me more good than all 1 ever spent
for other medicines. :
I have been working daily on the farm
ever since, and I am as hard as iron."
This purely vegetable remedy has been
In successful use for more than 70 years.
Try it. But be sure that Ui "Thedf ord's.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
The Ocala Lodge No. 639. Loyal Or Order
der Order of Moose, meets each Thursday
even'ng at S o'clock In the Gary build building,
ing, building, third floor. Vsiting brothers are
invited to attend our meetings.
Geo. F. Mersnor-. Dictator.
EI. L. Stapp. Secretary. Acu
IT CURES VHiLt YOU WALK
Um Allen's Foot-Em, the antifeptie powder t
be shaken into the shoes. It instantly takes ths
sting out of cxrne,itchiiigfeet,ingrowingnaus,a&d
bamo&s. It's the greatest comfor I discotery of the
age. Allen's Foot-Ease makes tight or new shoes
feel easy. Ladies can wear shoes one size smailer
after osing. It is certain relief for sweating,
callous and swollen, tender, aching feet. Try it fo fo-tfojr.
tfojr. fo-tfojr. Sold erery where. 25c Triai packftg FBE.
Address. AUca & Olmsted, Ls Koy, N. Y.
K!tititlTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge Zio.
7:39 p. m. at
held every Monday a
Castle Hall, over the James CarlIe
drugstore. A cordial welcome to visiting-
brother?. D. W. Tompkins, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. R. a. Ad.
CHAPTER XO. 13, It, A. ?f.
.Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13. R. A. 11.. on. the fourth
Friday in every month, at 7:20 p. ra.
C E. Connor. IL P.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad.
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The Slickest Electric
Motor for Sewing Machines
on the Market. Phone us
Ask to see our Stoves
and Ranges. We will Save
Agents for the Stand-
I ard '"Central Needle" Sewing
Machine. Iry one and if it
is not, the Best, we Want it
Back' in our Store.
PHONE CALLS WILL RECEIVE PROMPT
OCALA FURNITURE CD.
! It is an absolute fact, that one 50 cest
jar of WILSON'S FRECKLE CREAM
. will either remove your freckles or cause
them to fade and that two jars will even
! in the most severe cases completely cura
;them. We are willing to personally
I guarantee this and to return your money
without argument if your complexion is
not. iuuy restored to its natural ueauiy.
I WILSON'S FRECKLE CREAM is fine,
fragrant and absolutely harmless. VV id
not make hair crow but will positive'y
remove TAN, PIMPLES and FRECK FRECKLES.
LES. FRECKLES. Come in today and try it. The jars
are large and results absolutely certain.
Sent by mail if desired. Price 60c.
Mammoth jars $L00. WILSON'S FAIB
SKIN SOAP 25c For sale by
SOLD BY THE COURT PHARMACY
M'lVER & MAG KAY
Undertakers and Ernbalmers
f;nf CasKsts snd Burial Rones
IK K. McP. nr: and C. V. ROBERTS
111 Work Ione by lAcen -ed Km Km-lnfr
lnfr Km-lnfr rwl Ftii;? fSuara-nteed.
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OCA LA EVE.MJSG STAR, TUESDAY, MAY 20, 1913
ws, i 'Wwr
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Walls and Ceilings
The Sanitary, Durable, Flat Oil Finish
i Snitable alike for private bouses and public build buildings,
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each can make it easy to apply with perfect success.
. ii "Modern Method of FinishinoWalls." our handsome book,
tells all about Pet-Gem Flatkoatt and gives true-to-life color
schemes and helpful suggestions. Free on request. Ask
our dealer in your town for it.
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McIver & MacKay
Call op Phone 300 and Let us Give an Estimate on Your
AND ELECTRICAL WORK
We Guarantee lo Save Yon Money on Any Work in Our lines
employ one but experts we are Is position to guarantee ev ev-2,pl.'
2,pl.' ev-2,pl.' wotk,"e eoastruet to stand the IapeeuoVf the molt
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OCA LA, FLORIDA
FLORIDA'S LARGEST ID BEST YEAR ROUND HOTEL
The Hotel you take your Mother, Wife or
HOME HOTEL OF THE STATF
RATES : :
AMERICAN PLAN S4.00 PER DAY AND UPWARD
EUROPEAN PLAN SI. 50 PER DAY AND UPWARD
A. F. WILSON, Ass'i Mgr. THOS. Si. WILSON, Prop, and Mgr.
Madame, Do You Believe In
Close, Practical Economy?
Well, here's a sure way to get results! 1
Watch the markets elosely, and whenever you can make a saving
toy baying your meats, fish, poultry, fruits, vegefables, or milk and
butter in larger quantities than usual, DO SO and your refrigerator
will he what it ought to beyour own eold storage plant.
OCALA ICE & PACKING CO
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xzarry irving Urccnc
"The Lash of Circumstance,"
"Barbara of tb 6nowi
ivAjyjrmuw, wo, 07 tiarry 1 mug Green)
One o'clock found mem upon tne
edge of a ravine, deep and precipitous,
its bottom a jumbled mass of huge
boulders that through the untold cen centuries
turies centuries of the past had gone crashing
to its bottom from the mountain's top.
Just ahead of them the winged one
was flapping in direct flight for the
other side, while they traveling upon
their blistered feet must first descend
Its dizzy slope to its lowest depth,
clamber across Its chaotic bottom and
struggle painfully up the other side
a good mile of heart-breaking struggle
against a half mile s unimpeded flight.
But pausing not at all they went plung plunging
ing plunging down with the recklessness of
despair, stumbled across the boulder boulder-littered
littered boulder-littered bottom, dragged themselves
weak with exhaustion up the opposite
slope and staggered to the summit
as their foe, invigorated by a half
hour's rest, arose just ahead and con continued
tinued continued his flight apparently as fresh
as when he had started hours before.
Reeling of brain and hopeless of heart,
their breath coming in sobs, they fol followed.
lowed. followed. At two o'clock March, suddenly
arousing himself, found that he had
been struggling on in a daze, a semi semiconscious
conscious semiconscious state wherein he had stum stumbled
bled stumbled along as in a dream as he clam clambered
bered clambered over jagged, upheaved masses
and dragged himself painfully up
steep ascents that led ever up and up
towards distant and towering peaks
that receded as steadily as he ap approached;
proached; approached; his eyes ever fastened up upon
on upon a grotesque flying thing that alter
nately flapped onward like a mam mammoth
moth mammoth bat or roosted vulturelike upon
some eminence as it clutched a form
which it was bearing closely and peer peered
ed peered with huge, inscrutible eyes at him himself
self himself toiling on with infinite weariness
below. Ahead of him the Flying Man
was just in the act of rising once more
with his burden. On one side of him
towered the smooth shoulder of the
mountain that loomed up another
thousand feet, upon the other a steep
slide that led down equally as far to a
torrent, the thunder of whose voice
came faintly to his ears. Some miles
ahead and rising dizzily was the flat
surface of a table mountain with pre precipitous
cipitous precipitous cliff's surrounding it, wild and
desolate, the haunt of no living thing
except mountain sheep and wandering
eagles. Was it to this kiaccessible
place, this very heart of desolation.
that the enemy was leading thpm?
March could but vaguely wonder.
Where was Clay? He looked behind
just in time to see the other go down
upon his bleeding knees in a Ktumbling
fall and lie motionless. For the first
time since the start he halted, hesi hesitated,
tated, hesitated, then with an exclamation of
despair hurried back to the fallen one
and turned him over. The eyes were
half closed, the mouth gasping lite
that of a suffocating fish and the head
rolling limply. Despair seized him.
Each breath that be drew pierced his
bosom like a dagger and his head
fasti of Pwm
you have tried Schlitz in Brown Bottles.
It is not enough that beer be made pure, it
should be kept pure until it reaches your glass.
Light starts decay even in pure beer. Dark
glass gives the best protection against light.
The Brown Bottle protects Schlitz purity from
the brewery to your glass.-
The cost of purity exceeds all other costs in our brewery.
We go to Bohemia for
hops. One of our partners
selects the barley. We go
down 1400 feet for pure
We scald every tub,
keg or barrel, every pipe and
pump every time we use it.
We even filter the air in
which Schlitz is cooled.
Try pure beer. Ask for
Schlitz in Brown Bottles.
See that ctvwn or cork
is branded "SMitz."
Chattanooga and Return
U. C. V. Reunion
.. .ATLANTIC COAST LINE
VIA TIFTON. G. S. F.. MACON. C OF G.. ATLANTA
w. a A. R. R.
"Old Battlefield Route"
lias Keen Selected as the Official Koute of the Third Brigade
Of Pullman Cars and Vestibuled Coa dies Will be Operated to Chatta Chattanooga
nooga Chattanooga 3Iay 23th
Leave Chattanooga S:25 p. m. Arrive Chattanooga 11-93 a m
Tickets sold May 24, 25. 26, 27 and 28, Limit by. extension to June 23.'
Low rates from all points. Stop overs allowed.
Low Side Trip Fares
From Chattanooga to All Prominent Points
For rates, reservations and tickets, call on
31 It. WIIXIA3IS, ......
Ticket Agent, Ocalr..
. J. G. KlKIvLAXI),.
D. P. A., Tampa.
swam giddily. His own hands and
knees were torn and blood caked and
h.is throat like old parchment. It
seemed hopeless, worse than hopeless.
to go on alone, yet go on he must to
his last breath, his last step, his last
crawl, and Clay must take care of him himself.
self. himself. He turned to pursue his way and
saw that the creature beyond had al
ready settled to the rocks and was
quietly watching them. March ran his
hand across his eyes to clear them
from the sweat. Since the other was
not Increasing the distance between
them, perhaps It would be wise upon
his part to rest also. Should he con continue
tinue continue on in his present condition It
would be but a short time before he
would collapse as Clayjiad done," and
then there would be no eye to mark
the direction of the monster's flight.
On the other hand should he rest for
a while he would be able to take up
the pursuit with renewed vigor, and
perhaps by that time Clay would be
able to accompany him. He threw
himself upon the rocks.
The desire to sleep fell upon his
eyelids as a dead weight. Fatigue
deadening as an anaesthetic, so be
numbing as to require the utmost ef
forts of his will to keep it from stupe
fying his senses, possessed him from
brain to toe. The pain was gone from
his limbs, but in its place was the
numbness of paralysis. His head, too,
had ceased to reel, but it was hum humming
ming humming like a hive. Fighting uncon
sciousness with all his strength of body
and will he raised himself to a sitting
position and again looked ahead. The
enemy was squatting where he had
alighted last, hia head drooping for forward
ward forward and his hand resting on the form
of the girl whom he had laid at his
feet. That he wa3 not asleep a slight
uneasy movement now and then in indicated,
dicated, indicated, but that he was very weary
his sunken attitude gave strong evi evidence.
dence. evidence. Although his body was cot
unprotected by that of his captive,
the distance was too far to precipi precipitate
tate precipitate matters by a pistol shot which
if it hit either of them might almost
as likely strike the girl.
Again slumber, so nearly overmas overmastering
tering overmastering that for a moment the world
swam darkly before his eyes, surged
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down upon the watcher, and again
March wa3 compelled to painfully be bestir
stir bestir himself to keep from unconscious unconsciousness.
ness. unconsciousness. He forced his eyelids apart,
threw back his head and breathed to
the bottom of his lungs. His respira respirations
tions respirations grew more regular, less frequent.
He felt his head begin to clear and
fresh strength surge through his
iimos. strong, active and in perfect
health his recuperative powers were
unusually good, yet the last three
hours of incessant scramble and run.
slide and climb, stumble and fall had
been, severe enough to sorely tax the
most hardened mountaineer. But he
had rested for fully half an hour now
and once more felt capable of resum resuming
ing resuming the grind. The first grisly horror
which had gripped him had given way
to cold desperation. He arose, stretch
ed his stiffened limbs and walked awk
wardly to Tolliver, shoving him with
his foot "Get up," he roughly com commanded.
manded. commanded. ;
HAS PALATKA FOUXB THE SA3IE
The Answer Is Found In the Straight-
forward Statement of a Palatfea
We have been reading week after
week in, the local press of Ocala citi citizens
zens citizens who have been rid of distressing
kidney and bladder troubles by Doan's
Kidney Pills, and we have often won wondered
dered wondered whether the same high opinion
of this medicine is to be found In our
neighboring towns. TM3 frank and
earnest statement by a well-known
and respected resident of Palatka will
set this doubt at rest.
John E. Marshall, lawyer, 223 North
Fifth street, Palatka, Fla., says: "I
have no reason to change my high
opinion of Doan's Kidney Pills and
recommend them as highly as I did in
my former endorsement. The relief
they gave me has been permanent.
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
Xew York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name -Doan's and
take no other. Ad No. 9
Breakfast Bacon, Boiled Ham, Dried Beef,
Boneless Ham and Bologna Sausage.
Any of the above sliced thin to suit your taste on
modern slicing machine.
Finest Quality of Florida and Western Beef, Fork Lamb and
Phone 108 W. H. MARSH, City Market
Inks in any size and kind at the
Court Pharmacy. -12
Chattanooga, Tenn., May 27, 28 and 29, 1913
PREMIER CARRIER OF THE SOUTH
Official Route of Headquarters and Second Florida Divisio
U. C. V. -V;
ROUND TRIP FARE FROM OCALA $12.00
PROPORTIONATELY LOW TRIP RATES FRO 31
SCHEDULE OF -FLORIDA IT. C. V. SPECIAL" IV DOTH DIRECTIONS WILL
BE AS FOLLOWS
Leave Jacksonville, Southern Kailway.Leave Chattanooga, Southern Railway
S:05 p. m.. May 26. 6:15 p. m.. May 29.
Arrive Chattonoogo, Southern Rall-Vrrive Jacksonville, Southern Railway,
way, 10:15 a. m.. May 27. 8:40 a. nx. May SO.
The special train will consist of modern vestibule coaches and Pullman
drawing1 room sleeping cars, and will be personally accompanied by a repre representative
sentative representative of the Passenger Department of the Southern Railway. Also the
undersigned Representatives of that line will be glad to furnish any addi additional
tional additional particulars and make Pullman reservations.
C. P. BO ST WICK, T. P. A G. R. PETTI T, D. P. Aw Jacksonville, Fla.
F. H. PINSON, T. P. A Tampa, Fla.; J. L. 3IEEK, A. G. P. A- Atlanta, Ga.
CITY TICKET OFFICE CORNER HOGAN AND FORSYTH STREETS. TELE TELEPHONE
PHONE TELEPHONE NOS. 743 AND 4041, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
R- W. PARTRIDGE, A. D. WILLI A3IS,
3IaJr General, Commanding: Fla. Dir. Brigadier General, Commanding 2nd
U. C. V, 3IonticelIo, Fla. Brigade, Jacksonville, Fla.