The Ocala evening star


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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Ocala, Fla.
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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For All ol the Homes
Theus-Zachry Co.
VOL. 19.
NO. 315

1011 1 100PH01ES

Consequences of IJefore and After
Taking Wit It the Insurance

(Tampa Tribune)
The activity of the life insurance
companies which insured the life of
the late E. O. Painter, of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, in endeavoring to find some
loophole to escape payment of the
policies, creates considerable com comment
ment comment among the people. Such inci
dgpta tend to disturb the faith of
the general public in the efficacy of
life insurance as an Investment or as
a protection. It appears that the
companies always use every en endeavor,
deavor, endeavor, after the death of the policyr
holder, to escape (ha payment of tn
money. This is the way it looks from
the outside and it is not surprising
that there is a growing feeling of
Jn the case of Mr, Painter, t ap appears
pears appears that he carried an unusual
amount of insurance, something over
a million dollars. Much of this he
had only recently taken out, but is
presumed, that he passed all the
tests required by the companies
which insured him and that he paid
the premiums in such manner as was
satisfactory to the companies, else
policies in such large sum would not
have been issued.
Me. Painter met accidental death
by falling from a ferryboat into the
St. Johns river. We now read that, at
tho lpstancp of the insurance com companies,
panies, companies, )iis body has been dismenir
bered, his stomach, heart and lungs
removed and sent to a hospital in
Baltimore for examination. Just
what connection there may exist be-
tween these organs of the deceased
and his falling from the ferryboat is

not clear to the layman. But the
butchering; p,f a (ead body in this
fashion is most revolting to the or ordinary
dinary ordinary mind and creates general iur
These companies accepted Mr.
Painter as a risk and accepted hj
money or Its equivalent, binding
themselves to ray the face value of
the policies to the beneficiaries in the
event of his death. This was a fair
and square bargain, into which the
Insurance companies walked with
tcir. fcyes qpcn aid, doubtless, after
jakin unusual precautions as to
physical examination, owing to the
large mm involved, The insured and
his beneficiaries had a right to expect
that, upon his death, the companies,
part of the cotnract would be car carried
ried carried out. t Instead, we find the com

panies pouncing upon the remains
like so many vultures, tearing out the
vital parts and shipping them across
country for expert examination.
These organs, in their proper func functions
tions functions in life, were doubtless thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly examined before the policies
were Issued. Why this post-mortem
scrutiny? The answer must be that
it is merely in the hope that some
fact may be developed which would
give the companies a footing in court,
in an effort to defraud the benefi beneficiaries,
ciaries, beneficiaries, to deprive them of the ben benefits
efits benefits which the deceased had in life
provided for them and for which he
had paid the com panics offering the
So many incidents of this post postmortem
mortem postmortem zeal develop in the news of
the day that the general public is
rapidly becoming skeptical; and if
the result should be a falling off in
the business of the lift? insurance
companies they will have only them themselves
selves themselves to blame. The spectacle of a
policy-holder's body being dismem dismembered
bered dismembered and its parts hauled over the
country is not one calculated, to en encourage
courage encourage others to lake out life in insurance.
surance. insurance. It may be claimed that the unusual
size of the Painter policies warrant warranted
ed warranted extraordinary .vigjianc. on the
part of the Insurance companies-
and yet we have an instance in Tam Tampa,
pa, Tampa, in which a comparatively small
policy is involved, and in which the
widow of the policy-holder has been
forced into the courts q ubtain the
monciy dut tier on the policy. The
Insurance company makes the claim
that the policy-holder made fa.lsi
statements in obtaining tha policy;
yot the application was passed upon
and approved by the company's phy
sician and accepted by the eompany,
through its agency, as a proper risk.
It 1 usually the case that the in insurers
surers insurers never manifest any doubt or
sispicion about the?e matters as
long as the insured is alive aiui pity

ing in his arjnuwl j-remiums; these
ghoulish proclivities arise after
death, when they are called upon.
make good on their pun o,f tha con contract
tract contract --than there is great activity
and searching for loopholes of
Tlio widow and orphan are very ef effectively
fectively effectively played up by the agent
when he is soliciting the policy; but
they lose their appear, so far as the
company, when they become, in fact,
widow and orphan.
I)llft ttll.i; HOUSES FOIl HEXT

option, Miiitahje fr r?Hi1fnce or
lioarrilnK boue one H-room anl
hath, and one H rooma a ad batoj
either houxe will accommodate two
famlllea, and we will rent to ault
tenants. Apply to D. S. Wood row
or Elmer DeCamp. 5-20

SALLOW COMPLEXION comes trom bilious
impurities in. the blood, and the fault lies with the
liver. 1 U torpid,


Is the greatest of all liver medicines. Its powerful purifying arid
strengthening influence is at once apparent in an improved, appetite,
good digestion and a feeling of strength and energy in the body.
Vheq the system has peen put hi Wd"er the yellow cast in the skin
gf adually disappears and the complexion becomes clear and healthy



VQuo av pci.cit. rmc. unei packac. at 9,
Aik forth onaina with the Red on tbo label. If von con not t?t It. raiatt to at. w will tend

t bj pi, postpaid, bimmiini lirrr I4rgultr if put up lio in liquid form fur thoce who prefer iU-

HCt per oiti. 4oob lor toe a 4 isdi.


We have just received a carjQld of the Famous SOUTHERN
Wre' pending, staples and liay 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 sale's on it and made many fefld?
and customers. Give us your orders, if the ggo.fls' dlon't make
good we will,



BreaUlasf Bacon, Boiled Ham, Dried Beef,
Boneless Ham and Bologna Sausage,
Any of the above sliced thin to suit your taste on
modern slicing machine.
. .. ... ALSO z
Finest Quality of Florida and Western Reef, Pork Lamb and
Fresh Vegetables.
F-hojie 108 W. H. MARSH, City Market

ID A i t

has formally notified Secretary Bry Bryan
an Bryan that Japan accepted in principle
the United States' proposed plan for
universal peace.
Signers of thia treaty would agree

:to refrain from hostilities at least
I nine months while disputes were con con-;s::.Iered
;s::.Iered con-;s::.Iered by an international joint

commission. .o nation nas commit committed
ted committed itself to any details of plans.
The Jaianese statesman's state statement
ment statement does not bear on negotiations
over the California law. The am ambassador
bassador ambassador has not received instruc instructions
tions instructions regarding the rejoinder to the
American note. Japan is conducting
an original investigation.

legislature Will Adjourn Friday.
Has Done Some Very
(;kh! Work
Tallahassee, June 4. Both houses
have passed a resolution to adjourn
the legislative session sine die at noon
The following bills passed the
Senate yesterday and lack only the
governor's signature to become laws,
all of them having previously passed
the House:
The pure food bill drawn to make
the state law conform to the national
pure food law.
The salary bills raising the state
auditor's pay to $:j,o0, the railroad
commissioners to $.,,tt(io and the
governor to $f,000 a year.
The Senate passed a bill previous

ly passed by the House, changing the! brethren

name of the reform school to th I

biorioa industrial School for Boys, j ocala i.onon xo. zso. n. p. o. e.

The present "co-ed" feature is

abolished and provision is made for

II 1

Give Them Healthy Amusement, and
They Will Stay Out of
1Vm1 K(H)ins


(Miami Metropolis)
One of the new laws signed by
Governor Trammell one day last
week provides against minors enter entering
ing entering a pool room. And a minor is a
youth, who has not attained the age
of twenty-one years.
This law, like others of its nature,
will be enforced in communities

enforced, so if
Dade county

upon the graves of

)e established and it is hoped to

teach the boys sent there some Use Useful
ful Useful trade.

The Senate passed Karris' employ

ers liability bill flxins: the liability

of persons engaged in habardous go
cupations.for injuries to and death of

employes in certaiu eases and to de

clare illegal and void contracts ex

empting such persons from, the lia

bility prescribed.

mt-u ueparieu :t. trie nabit very

And in place of

Ocala Lodgre No. 286, renevolent and
Protective Or.lpr nf F.llfs noo fha

DQard. A tecnnical department will j each month. Vis'itng brethren always

Chas Hunter, E. R.
Bell, Secretary Ad.

Tuesday evenings in







2:32 p.m

1:40 a.m. 1

2:30 a.m

1:15 p.m. j

4:25 p.m

The following schedule ia not paid j

for, but is printed for the information

of the puWio. The railroads are re

quested to send in corrections when whenever
ever whenever necessary.

SoutUbOttiml Arrive Leave
3 1:05 p.m. 1:20 p.m.

3 (Limited) . .2:31 p.m.
1 1:35 a.m.
2 2:23 a.m.
4 1:00 p.m.
10 (Limited... 4:23 p.m.

The limited leaves Jacksonville at

11:30 a. m. and arrives in Tampa at a'

in. It leaves Tampa at X P m. and i

arrives in Jacksonville at 7:30 p. m. It t
stops e.nly Turkey Creek, Plant City,

Dade City, Wldwood, Ocala, Starke

and Waldo

Sou tlilxMintl' Jax, antl St. Peterttluirj?
Arrive Leave

No. 9 10:35 cm. 10:46 D.m.

No. 39 2:40 p.m. 2:42 n.m.

Southbound Ocala and Lakeland

Xo. 35 (SunnyJim) o:40 a.m.

Northbound Ja. nd St. Petersburg
Arrive Leave

No. 10 5:19 a.m &;2d .u
Xo. 40 12:5.4. p.m. 1:14 p.m.

.Nort hbouud- Lakeland and Ocala,

No. 32 (Sunnyjim) ... .Arrive 8:50 u.m.

Ocala and IAiiiw"aa.
Leave No- 4 8:20 a.m.
Lejvve Np. 4? 2:35 p.m.
Arrive No. 44 12:50 p.m.
Arrive No. 48 6:00 p.m.
Lv. for Palatka.. 7:30 a.m. i:25 r..m.
Sunday trains .... 8:00 a.m. 1:25 p.m.
Ar. from Palatka. 10:4,0 s,.m. 5:10 p.m.

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 sweetheart.



Sunday, June S, will be observed jwbere parents want it
by the Odd Fellows of Ocala as me- there is any town in

morial day. All members of Tululaj where boys under twenty-one years
Lodge are requested to bear this in of age are in the habit of frequenting
mind, and to prepare flowers to lay j pool rooms, that town may put a stop


the pool room,

towns of Dade county in which in intelligent
telligent intelligent people prevail will provide
something more elevating, will they?
Parents who are grieving over the
bad habits their sons are forming al always
ways always attempt to provide a substitute
for their pleasures, do they? We are
really anxious to have an honest an answer
swer answer to the query.
The pool room so often means
things worse than pool, even with its
near-gambling. The crowd that
gathers about a pool room often use
language and exchange stories that
are anything but refining and then
sometimes the pool room has a blind
tiger adjunct, a poker-playing ad adjunct,
junct, adjunct, an altogether ne'er-do-well

j adjunct that could hardly be expect expect-jed
jed expect-jed to teach a boy honesty and clean cleanliness,
liness, cleanliness, nor give him a taste for hon honorable
orable honorable business pursuits,
j At the best and there are some
pool rooms that are never objection objection-jable
jable objection-jable the pool room is not the place
jfor a boy to spend all of his leisure
j hours but and here is the point he
jmust have some place provided for
j those leisure hours. Give a boy a
jgood gymnasium, a good reading

iroom, an opportunity to go on the

water and, he will seldom have any
use for the cigarette-laden air of a
pool room and will easily form good
habits that will be with him when he
has passed the ge of twenty-one.

OfOce Over Mu3fe Chambllss Damk
PHONE 154,



Rooms 0, IO and 11, Second Floor,
Holder Block,

Witb mutual consent and friendly
feeling we have this day dissolved
co-partnership in the business here heretofore
tofore heretofore knCwn as Helvenston and Pas Pasteur.
teur. Pasteur. The senior partner has bought
the entire stock and accounts of the.
firm and the new management will
be under the sole control of 5J. T.,. My, Pasteur expects to
engage in an occupation less confin confining.
ing. confining. Our relations have been always
most pleasant and it is with mutual

regret that we sever our business
We wish to thank ouv friends and

customer for past favors and solicit
for the new firm a continuance of
their patronage.
The present owner wishes to as
sure the public that the. stock will be
kgpt ut the same high standard as in
the past, in the various departments
hitherto carried, and improvements
will be mad from time to time. Cus Customers
tomers Customers will at all times receive the
same courtesy and careful attention
that have ever characterized our
store, 8r2r6t Very truly,
E, T. Helvenston.

Geo. C. Pasteur.

Dental Surgeon



Several dates have been agreed
upon for the union picnic, but for
various reasons it has been neces necessary
sary necessary to change them.
Final arrangements have been
made June 12th, is the date Lake
Weir is the place.
The W. C. T. U. of Ocala will

jhave charge of the cold drinks, can can-Idy
Idy can-Idy and peanut sale and the ladies

of the Lake Weir church, Mrs. K. C.
Clements chairman, will have
charge of the sale of ice cream. We
hope no one will endeavor to inter interfere
fere interfere in this matter.
The Atlantic Coast Line Railway
Company has agreed to furnish the

necessary coaches. The train will

leave Ocjila at 7:00 a. m. and return returning
ing returning leave Lake Weir at 5;00 p. m.
Mr. M. R. Williams, city passenger
and ticket agent, has kindly consent consented
ed consented to place the tickets on sale on the

11th. e advise everyone to pur purchase
chase purchase their tickets on that date to
avoid the rush. The round trip rate
will be fifty cents for adults and
twenty-five cents for children over
five years of age.
Let us all join hands and make
June 12th a day long1 to be rember rember-ed.
ed. rember-ed. J. D. Rooney,
Secretary of Committee.

last week at the home of Mrs. R. A.
Miss Myrtle Mock has just return returned
ed returned from a visit at Cornell.
Among those who attended church
at Lynne today were Mrs. Halford,
Misses Mae Halford, Dixie Pillans,
Ella Armstrong. Marzella Mock and
Messrs. George Brant and Suggs.
Johnnie Morrison and Alva Barber
attended the ice cream supper at Ok Ok-Iawaha
Iawaha Ok-Iawaha Friday night and report a
good time.
Mr. Griffin Fakes is suffering from
an attack of malaria.
Mr. George Halford is now able to
get around with only one crutch and
hopes to be moving without any in
the course of a few days.
Master Lee Halford spent Satur Saturday
day Saturday and Sunday with Willie and
Ethel Halford.

by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deaf deafness,
ness, deafness, and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
inflamed condition of the mucous lin lining
ing lining of the Eustachian Tube. When
this tube is inflamed you have a
rumbling sound or imperfect hearing
and when it is entirely closed, deaf deafness
ness deafness is the result, and unless the in inflammation
flammation inflammation can be taken out and this
tube restored to its normal condition,
hearing till be destroyed forever;
nine cases out of ten are caused by
catarrh, which is nothing but an in inflamed
flamed inflamed condition of the mucous sur surfaces.
faces. surfaces. We will giv One Hundred Dollars
for any case of deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu circulars,'
lars,' circulars,' free.
J. F. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio
Sold by druggists, 75 cents.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con

stipation. Ad

The seventeenth annual picnic and
barbecue at Oak Grove will be held on

Thursday, June 26th, 1913. The public

is respectfully Invited. Committee.

Not John N. C. This Time, but Tel Telfair,
fair, Telfair, Also However of
Tallahassee, June 4. Telfair
Stockton of Jacksonville, who was in
the city for several days last week,
was urged by friends to become a
candidate for the United States Sen Senate,
ate, Senate, in opposition to Senator Duncan
U. Fletcher.
Stockton is one of the wealthiest
real estate men in the state, and it is
believed he would have no difficulty
in financing a campaign.
His friends use the argument that
all members of the Florida delega delegation,
tion, delegation, with one exception, are lawyers,
and that a business man is needed in
the delegation.

Dll. W. K. tA5E,

perlnllt, I?yr, Kr, Xuse aad Throat.
Office. Law Ubrary Bldg.. Ocala, ACL.

CHAPTER TVO. 13, R. A. af.

Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the fourth
Friday In every month, at 7:30 p. m.
C. E. Connor. II. P,
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad.


Fort King Camp No. 14, Woodmen of
the World, will hold Its next regular
meeting Friday evening:, June 13th, at
Yonge's HalL Every member Is urgal
to be present. Visitors always wel welcome.
come. welcome. J. F. Thompson, C. C.
C. K. Sage, Clerk. Ad.

Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union of -America,
meets in Yonge's Hall on the
second Thursday evening of each
month. Geo. I Taylor, F. M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad.

Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M. meets on the first and third Thurs Thursday
day Thursday evenings of each month at 7:30
o'clock, until furthor notice.
C. E. Simmons, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad.




I have three, choice five-room cottages, each
located on corner lots, new, well-built houses,
Rented for $15 each per month
Close in, two blocks from Primary School and one
block from site of new $50,000 school house to be
Will pay practically 1 5 PER CENT NET,
on the investment. A Bargain if taken AT ONCE.


Offices over Nash's
Dry Goods Store,



When you take our ice you are getting the purest
ice which nature and science can make and you
are dealing with an "ice man" that is dependable
and responsible one that will come to you in all
kinds of weather and has the resources and equip equipment
ment equipment with which to give you service and satisfaction







Ulcers and Skin Troubles
If you are suffering with any old

running or fever sores, ulcers, boils,

eczema, or other skin, troubles, get a

box of Bucklia's Arnica Salve and

y&u will get relief promptly. Mrs.

Bruce Jones, of Birmingham, Ala..

suffered from an ugly ulcer for nine

months and Bucklias Arnica Salve
cured her in two weeks. Will help
you. Only 25 cents. Recommended
Tydings & Co. Ad. e


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Optometry Office and Laboratory
S to 12 a. m., 1:30 to 4:30 p. m.
Rooms 2-6 Gary Buliatngr. Ocala, Fia

Electra, June 3. Mr. Fielding of
Concord, Mass., who has been here
for some time, left Friday. Mr.
Churchill accompanied Mr. Fielding

to Oklawaha.
Everybody is glad to know that
Mrs. J. A. Morse was not seriously
hurt in the accident which she met
last week while driving to the post-

j office. Her pony, Mattie' became
j frightened, jumped and threw her
tout, but she landed in a sandy place,
(which no doubt was the reason that
she was not seriously injured.
Mr. Geo. A. Douglass, who was in

our burg last week, left far Lake City
Little Cora Mae Pillans is making
an extensive visit at the home of her
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Pil Pillans.
lans. Pillans. Mr. W. B. Douglass, proprietor of

the turpentine works here, was in
town Friday.
Miss Ethel Halford spent part of







Ocala House Block

Phone 420

Call up Phone 300 and Let ns Give an Estimate on Yonr



IVe Guarantee to Save Yon Money on Any Work in Onr Lines
Am we employ aoae bat experts we are la poaltlea to guarantee ev every
ery every pleee of work we eoaatraet to atand the Inapeetloa of the meat
rlicld Inspectors. It eosta nothing; to get ear figures, and yon are tha
winner, whether we secure the contract or not. GItc as trial.



An elegant line of lawyers' manu manuscript
script manuscript covers, in any color that could
be desired, just received at the Star




the Rest of the World in

Plan for Universal Peace
Washington. June 3. Vice Consul
Chinda, the Japanese ambassador,


eaeeeeeeooseeeeee ;


Attorney at Law
J Second Floor, I
Munroe & Chambliss Bldg.
Ocala, Fla. :

Albert Van Fleet

Sales Promoter and
Business Builder

Ocala, - Florida

Union Square
Clean, Comfortable, Convenient and Home-Like Hotel, on
the American and European Plans.
Amarlcaa Plan. $2 per day and up. European Plan. 11.00 par. day
Special Weekly Rata.
Churchill & Co. I





BlttlBger & Carroll, Proprietors

R. It. Carroll, General Manager
Pert V. Leavengrood, Business Slanager

J. II. Benjamin, Editor

Entered In the postofflce at Oeala,
I'la,, as second class matter.


At the invitation of Mr. Ed. L.
Wartmann' Marion's industrious and
public spirited member of the board
which controls the educational af affairs
fairs affairs of the state, the editor of the
Star went to Gainesville Monday, to
take a look at the University of Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. The ride in the early morning was
a most peasant one, principally on
account of the scenery viewed from
the car windows. It was a moving
picture show of agricultural enter enterprise
prise enterprise and prosperity interspersed
with the beauties of nature field
after field of splenlid crops, with

here and there a stretch of noble

woodland. There were cornfields

and cornfields, and beans and toma

toes and squashes and melons and
more cornfields, and if Ceres hasn't
filled her cornucopia to the top, and

then turned it upside down over Mar
ion county, there is no truth in my

thology. All the crops looked well,

and corn looked exceedingly well. In

the Orange Lake region, the corn re
minded the editor of the creek bot

torn corn in North Georgia he used

to keep the grass out of with a hoe
when he was aJ boy, and just before
"laying by" a 12-year-old boy could
work in the shade till almost noon,
the corn was so tall and thick. Not

onlyin these favored places, but in

fields and on hillsides that looked
barren and hopeless a few years ago,
stood serried ranks of the maize,

shaking its blades in defiance of fa famine,
mine, famine, and the blackberries were

mighty thick, too.

Later in the day, Mr. Wartmann

told the writer that he had nine dif

ferent kinds of vegetables from his
own garden on his table one day last

week. A few years ago,-if a convul

sion "of nature or a foreign enemy
had cut Florida off from the rest of

the world, half her people would

have starved; now, it would be in

convenient, but most of us would

survive, and we might be really bet
ter off.

It always looks to the writer like

the country around Evinston and
Micanopy should belong to Marion
instead of Alachua, and! if it was in

the old days of conquest, he would

favor going after it with the sword;

now he is trying to figure out some
scheme by which to grab it legally,

which is all the same thing in prac

tice tho some different in theory

There are few fine farm in sight
after you pass Micanopy Junction; it

is almost wilderness to the streets o
Tho living in Ocala for the las

score of years, the writer has. in that

time seen nothing of Gainesville ex

cept what was in sight from the car

.windows. Consequently, when he
arrived, and found that Mr. Wart

mann would be busy for some hours

he gladly took the opportunity to

look over Ocala's handsome and pros
perous next-door neighbor.

Ocala and Gainesville are, to Flor

Ida, very much like what Sparta and

Athens were to Greece, or, to come a

little nearer home, what Atlanta and

Macon are to Georgia. In its indom indomitable
itable indomitable and everlasting hustle, Ocala
has always reminded us of the Gate
City of the South, and as we walked

thru Gainesville and viewed its wide

shaded streets, imposing business

houses and handsome residences, we

couldn't help feeling a little like we

were again in' leisurely and genia

but solid and steadily going ahead

Macon, where some of the best spiri

of the old time polishes the cutting

edges of the new.

The first person met was Jesse
Emerson, the clever and precise
Jesse, who abode in Ocala some years

and then removed to Gainesville. Mr

and Mrs. Emerson are well and pros

perous in their new home. They have
kind remembrances of their Ocala


-Next appeared Julian Bullock, an

Ocala boy "student at the university

Julian always looks good to the girls

and he looked good to the stranger

who was rapidly making himself at
home in the strange land. Julian

had a hearty greeting and valuable

information for the envoy from home

Ex-Superintendent of Schools W

Holloway next loomed above the

horizon. Mr. Holloway introduced

the scribe o Mr. Geo. M. Lynch, state

supervisor of rural schools, and

most capable gentleman for the of

. fice, and several other prominent cit

izens, any one of which deserves

paragraph which time and space for

bids to write.

Somewhat later we met another
Ocala boy, Frederick Hocker, one of
the university graduates, who we are

glad to say will be with us again
after July 1st. Well acquainted with

and sincerely liking Gainesville, and

loyal to his home town, Mr. Hocker

gave the scribe some useful informa information
tion information about the school and the school
city: ;
Every once in a while, we would
run into some young man whose face
was familiar, and who wouTd ask
about Ocala's baseball team, and to
all such we replied that the Brick
City had the best line-up of its his history,
tory, history, and hoped for more than one
friendly battle with Gainesville be before
fore before the season was over. Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville has always been a good baseball

town, and until lately has supported

its team better than Ocala has hers.

Of course, we just naturally gra gravitated
vitated gravitated to the Sun office. It. was no
trouble to find it we sniffed the
breeze till we picked up the odor of
printer's ink and followed the smell.
The Sun is one of the best papers in
Florida and the people of its town

and county appreciate it. Editor Mc-

Creary, who is state senator, was

solonizing at Tallahassee, but Fore

man Bowie, who is also well known

n Ocala, showed the visitor through

he well-equipped and extensive

plant. We are sorry Mr. .McCreary

wassft at home; we should have lik

ed., to have seen hi3 private grave graveyard,
yard, graveyard, where lie buried about a dozen

papers that have been started to run

him out of business n the last score
of years. The Sun is a mighty good

paper, and the Star hopes it will

shine till Gabriel puts us both out.

Gainesville is following Ocala's

example in paving the public square
and the streets leading out of it. The
Coast Line, as most of us know, runs

across one side of the public square,
and we notice that the line was laid

with the high rail that our council council-men
men council-men are going to insist that the road
put down at the Ocala crossings. The

paving is steadily reaching out in all

directions and will soon couple with
all the country, roads. As a general

thing, the streets are wider than ours,
and some have parks in the center,

which are not as well kept up as they

should be. We looked at the mag

nificent public school buildings and

turned green with envy. We didn't

feel much better when we looked, at

the courthouse. It is not as showy

nor as conveniently built as Ocala's,

but its a lot more substantial. But

we have them beaten on the court

house grounds. Their unkept and
frowsy campus can't compare with

the lawn and flower borders around

Marion's temple of justice. Fhey will

mend that some of these days, tho;
a number of their people are desirous

of seeing it improved.

Gainesville's federal building is on

the outlines of one of the squatty
old warships, that their sailors
said were built by the mile and sawed
off as people wanted them. Its a

good, solid building, tho. They have

no hotel as big as the. Ocala or as
fine as the Harrington, but they are
well supplied, nevertheless. And
there are miles of streets lined with
as elegant homes as can be seen
anywhere in the South.

Mr. Holloway directed the news

paper man to the "tabernacle," where
a declamation contest was being held.
The tabernacle is not like the
tabernacle that the children of Israel

set up in the wilderness. For one
thing, it is bigger, and the holy of
holies and all the less sacred places

could have been set down in one cor

ner of the University City structure.

The Gainesville tabernacle is an im

mense auditorium, capable of hold holding
ing holding any audience that can be assem assembled
bled assembled in this part of the world. It is
well lighted and well ventilated, but
its acoustic properties are not first
Mr. Wartmann and other members
of the board of control were on the
platform, listening to the declama declamations,
tions, declamations, which were nearly over when
the scribe arrived. We had the
pleasure of seeing that noble and
honored lady, Sister Esther Carlotta,
pin the U. D. C. medal on Mr. Gordon
B. Knowles of Greenwood, who deliv delivered
ered delivered the best essay on "The Battle
of Marianna," an event in Florida
history that very few Floridians are
posted on, but was a notable event
in its day.
The occasion reminded us of the
gradual decline of oratory, which
three-score years ago was a most
necessary part of education in the
South, but in these commercial days
is falling into disuse. It is a pity,
for the ability to speak well in pub public
lic public is a public benefit as well as a pri private
vate private accomplishment. So we were
glad to see these young men voicing
thought in the old time way, and
hoped that their tribe would in increase.
crease. increase. Present with Mr. Wartmann were
two members of the board Mr. W.
D. Finlayson of Old Town and Mr. P.
K. Young of Pensacola. The other
two members of the board, Messrs.
F. P. Fleming, Jr., of Jacksonville
and T. B. King of Arcadia were not
present. The secretary, Mr. J. G.
Kellum, was at his post in Tallahas Tallahassee,
see, Tallahassee, where he holds an important of office
fice office with the legislature, and wa3
represented at Gainesville by Miss
Florence B. Stephens, the acting sec secretary,
retary, secretary, and a most efficient one.
The party was housed at the White
House, Gainesville's biggest hotel,
situated in the property of the old
East Florida Seminary, and with
very little alteration turned into a
comfortable and spacious hotel. We
were pleased to see at the clerk's
desk Mr. B. F. Kauffman, who was
for years chief clerk at the Monte Montezuma
zuma Montezuma in Ocala, and made friends
with our own people as well as thou thousands
sands thousands from all over the state.
'The editor was Mr. Wartmann's

guest. Mr. Wartmann is a native of
the state of Virginia and Virginia
means hospitality and a num number
ber number of other premier virtues, so
it is needless to say the scribe had a
pleasant day of it. After dinner, the
party went to the university grounds,
where on land that a few years ago
was covered with wiregrass and saw
palmetto, the state is steadily de

veloping a school that will eventual eventually
ly eventually take its place among the great
universities of the nation. To even
begin to describe it will take other
chapters, the first of which must be
deferred to tomorrow.

trunk's indietnietit thai the case de demanded
manded demanded The Star knew trouble was

brewing several days ago, but the

item was not released until too late
to either investigate or write to the

proper extent. As will be seen by
the report of the grand jury, much
blame rests on State Auditor Amos.
Mr. Sistrunk's friends say that if the
auditor's report had been made out
correctly when he retired from office,
he would have made good every cent
before turning his books over to his
successor. Like many other men who
have been in office for a long time,
he had at some times of great emer emergency
gency emergency depended on his memory, ex expecting
pecting expecting the auditor to correct him if

he made a mistake. His friends have

joyed by all. Song. Take My Life
and Let It Be." Talk by Mrs. Riggin
on work done at the legislature.
Farewell words by district president,
Mrs. Lane, also reading and prayer.
Distribution of literature by Mrs. C.
L. Bittinger.
Mrs. A. M. Reed, Reporter.


A. J, Brifjanee Elected City Marshal
of Ocala
All members of the council, were
present at Tuesday evening's session
except Alderman Hood.
Secretary Rooney of the Board of
Trade asked that the council defrav

In rtnrfinn nf tho ovnanco nf t Vi n cna.

no doubt of hi3 being able to explain
. , kial committee sent to Tallahassee in

the interest of city affairs, which was

and correct all trouble before the

court. It is the opinion, however, of
many that this case will be a spade
which will largely help in digging the
state auditor's political grave.

ET"3 f! n


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A man who starts with a common farm and ends with a good one has made
a business success. A good farm will carry him safely through the declining years
of life.
Many farmers are finding an account with The Munroe & Chambliss Bank
of value and assistance in improving the farm. Even though they may not seem
to be adding to their wealth, they are, nevertheless, for so long as his farm is im improving,
proving, improving, the farmer is making good money.
This bank values its farmer customers and welcomes every, opportunity
to serve their best interests.



unroe & diamMIss Bsrnik

The insurance companies have be begun
gun begun to explain why the body of E. O.

Painter was cut to pieces in such a
barbarous fashion. They need to do

a great deal ot explaining, more

about why it was done than how.
Outside of the shock to their feel feelings,
ings, feelings, Mr. Painter's relatives are not
much harmed. They had enough al already
ready already to keep the wolf from the door.
But the men and there are millions
of them who keep their premiums
paid up by hard work and sacrifice
are going to be slow about taking
out life insurance if they think their

widows and orphans will have to fight

the wealthy companies in the courts
in order to obtain their money. The
article on the first page today from
the Tampa Tribune states the case
just to the Star's thinking.

referred to the city attorney. Mr.
Rooney also asked that the city have

erected a wagon scales for the use of
the public. A special committee con-j
sisting of-Messrs. Weihe, Carn and
Taylor was appointed to take up the
matter and report their opinion of
the plan to the next meeting of the
council. The request of the Board of

Trade to have the city furnish elec electric
tric electric current for large sign in front
of the Board of Trade rooms was re referred
ferred referred to the light and water com committee,
mittee, committee, with request that they report
at next meeting.
Dr. A. L. Blalock's proposition to
remove the lime from the city's wa water
ter water supply was laid over until a later
An invitation from the Florida
Light & Power Company to the mem members
bers members of the council to. inspect its
plant at Withlacoochee river was
read and filed.
Commissioner Carmichael appear appeared
ed appeared and stated that the road work on
the Ocala-Silver Springs road was
about completed, and that in view of

the fact that the city limits would

That article from the Miami Me Metropolis,
tropolis, Metropolis, about boys and pool rooms,
on the first page, hits the nail on. the

head. The boys must have healthy shortly take in that territory the



li 51. WILLI MS.



General Building Contractors
SO.? Osceola Street, Ocala, Fla. PHONE 389. V Block Northeast of ostoMce
We are prepared to handle all branches of Building Work, no matter how large or small. We offer our
services and materials. Carpentry, Masonry, Brick and Stone, Plumbing Steam Fitting, Lathing and Plas Plastering,
tering, Plastering, Roofing, Blacksmithing, Special Iron Work, and all other branchef of building.
We Offer to the Trade Lime, Cement, Plaster, Roofing, Sewer, Pi pe. Plumbing and Steam Fitting Supplies and
Building Brick, Both Common and Pressed. v

PdDiy CflMmtte

amusements or they will go to un unhealthy
healthy unhealthy ones. Men like Charlie Hun-

county would finish it provided the
city reimburse the board for the

ter, manager of the Ocala ball team, amount involved when completed,
and general promoter of athletic IThis the council agreed to do.

sports, do more to keep the boys; Petition to have Wyomina street

paved with limestone between San Sanchez
chez Sanchez street and the ilver Springs
road was referred to the street committee.

Permit was granted Mr. D. S

straight than all the law makers.


Editor Star: I have been observ

ing very closely work along manyjWoodrow to erect a brick warehouse
lines as being handled by the' various : building on the southeast corner of
organizations among the good worn-! block 67, old survey, provided the
en of Ocala, and am gratified at the 'ordinances were complied with. The
results. But I want to put before ma ter of allowing the A. C L. rail rail-these
these rail-these different movements, as welljraod to extend its siding on the west

as the entire women of our city foriside of the main line on Osceola

Is proving such a great success that Mr. Frank, has de decided
cided decided to put up a Coaster-brake Bicycle as a second prize. This
high grade bicycle is the best handled by the Ocala Bicycle
Shop and is now on display in their shop. Go look at it
The following is a list of the candidates and their standing on May 28th. We count the bal ballots
lots ballots every Wednesday night. The next count wtyl be on Wednesday June 4th.

their grave and deep consideration,
one fact: how many of us have ever
thought of our ice man, going from
early morning to late at night seven
days in the week, with no time to go
to Sunday school or church? Now I
appeal to you in their behalf. Can't
we take our ice on Saturday eve evenings
nings evenings and let these hard worked men

street past the above property was
referred to the street committee.
An' amendment was offered to the
traffic ordinance. Read and laid
over till next meeting.
An ordinance was introduced,
which, if passed, will prevent the
erection of signs across the sidewalks
of the city; awnings must be at least

and stock rest on the Lord's day, and mine feet above the sidewalks; signs

have the opportunity to attend wor worship?
ship? worship? Won't you do this? Let some
of -your organizations take the mat matter
ter matter up and get our housewives to not
only agree, but take their ice on Sat Saturdays.
urdays. Saturdays. While on this I want also to appeal
to our men get shaved earlier; don't
keep the barbers on duty longer
than 10 o'clock Saturday nights and
six during the week for the summer
months. "Do unto others as we would
they should do us."
J. D. Rooney, Secretary.


The institute conducted by the W.
C. T. U. of OcaJa was held in the
Methodist church, which was espe especially
cially especially decorated for the occasion. The
meeting was called to order by the
president, Mrs. W. T. Gary, with the
song, "Stand Up for Jesus," played
by Mrs. George Taylor. The devo devotional
tional devotional exercises were led by Mrs. W.
H. Dodge, reading 33d chapter of
Ezekiel, with a very' interesting talk
on the same. Appointment of Mrs.

Sullivan as secretary, Mrs. T. E. 'corder and Mr. Joseph Bell assistant

and advertisements must be of wood
or metal and attached lengthwise of
the building. Placed on first read reading.
ing. reading. An ordinance requiring the in inspector
spector inspector of milk and meats be also
designated as city physician to at attend
tend attend indigent persons when in need
of medical attention, under the sup supervision
ervision supervision of the sanitary committee,
was referred to the judiciary com committee.
mittee. committee. Interest coupons redeemed by the
city treasurer were ordered destroy destroyed.
ed. destroyed. When the order of business reach reached
ed reached "the election of officers" a motion
was made that the election of mar marshal
shal marshal be deferred on account of the
illnes of Alderman Hood. This mo motion
tion motion was lost and a ballot was taken
resulting in five votes for-Mr. A. J.
Brigance and three for Mr. It. L.
Carter, and the former was declared
The tax collector was instructed to
furnish a list of parties who have not
taken out city licenses for the year.
Maj. L. T. Izlar was elected re-

Bridges as reporter for Banner and
Mrs. A. M. Reed reporter for the Star.
A very cordial greeting given by

recorder, both without opposition.
A resolution was passed authoriz authorizing
ing authorizing the issuance at once of $4.1,000

Mrs. Gary. Response by Mrs. R. H. or" city water works bonds.
Sanders, which expressed the thought J The clerk was instructed to notify
of all the visitors. Introduction of, all property owners on Daugherty
distinguished visitor, Miss A. A. Rob-! street, two blocks north of Oklawa-

Marion Lummus, Ocala 2167 Jack Home 1104

Nina Hunter 1014
Vevie Halsell 100S
Thelma Johnson 1025
Lila Jackson, Martin 1009
William Johnson, York .... 1013
Whitner Koon . 100S
Harley Kendrick 1004
John II. Lane 1017
Reginald MacKay 1000
Randolph Mathews 1000
Alton Mangum 1261
Veva Maloney, Center Hill.. 1038
Marion Meffert 1102

Turney Colbert, Ocala 1957
Thomas Sexton, Ocala 1658
Willie May Lang, Ocala 1625
William Avery 1000
Elmer Adcock 1030
Carroll Blalock 1014
Charlie Brown 1080
Gordon Brigance 1000
Charlie Brush 1008
Jeanette Culverhouse 1341
Gertrude Collier 1057
Bertie Calhoun 1057
Florence Carter 1000
Florence Dicks 1078

Nelson Dosh
Carrie Floyd .
Gilbert Plinn .
Marion Freeman
John Gandy
Susa Bell Gloster
Cheshire Grubbs


Lacy Gibson 1010

William Richey 1000
Jack Robertson 1357
Bennie Robinson 1064
Maxine Stevens 1003
Ned C. Smith 1066
Samuel Stewart 1009
Martha Smith 1030
Dorothy Pauline Spencer.... 1085
Henry Wells 1005
Daisy Grantham, Sparr 1059
Albert Irby, Anthony 1022
George. Keeney, Anthony .... 1277
Annie Lou Long, Connor ; . 1039
Elbert Zetrouer, Mcintosh .. 1142

Harley Marsh 1030 Stella Moore, Anthony 1000
Marion Meyers '. . 1000 J Alma Belle Moody, Smerfield 1000
Vernon Proctor 1000 Alma Priest, Anthony 1019
Bernard Proctor 1000 j Walter Stokes, Gaiter 1003
Fred Perry 1013 1 Stuart Sims, Anthony 1055


1 A n A 4 1! ri ia

iuuu j Aiiie siaugaier, levon,
1001 .James Smith,, Silver Spri

Bessie Robinson .
Myron Rou, Lowell



Cevie Roberts 1021 Florence Schnitzler, Wrsdale
Dean Richey lOOo'c. S. Turner, Jr., Zulfer



With every ten cent purchase at Our Store you get a vote,
Every child between the ages of 6 and 16 years is eligible in this contest. If your
favorite is not in this list, hurry and nominate your choice. The candidate receiv receiving
ing receiving the highest vote will receive a fine Shetland Pony, and the candidate receiving
the next highest vote will receive a good Coaster-brake Bicycle (boys or girls)
The contest will end WEDNESDAY NIGHT JULY 16th.
Votes must be in on dates stamped on back of coupons


bin, national lecturer, and Mrs.
George Riggin of Bradentown, med medical
ical medical superintendent. Mrs. Lane of
Zephyrhills, our district president,
Mrs. .E E. Packham, Ocala, superin superintendent
tendent superintendent of literature and art, Mrs. G.
W. Martin, Ocala, superintendent L.
T. L., who responded cordially in
turn. Song, "Some Glad Day." Roll
call by secretary. Responded to by
Lake Weir union, Dunnellon, Ken Kendrick,
drick, Kendrick, Sparr, Belleview. Council of
workers on local conditions led by
Mrs. E. Van Hood, who gave a very
interesting talk and new ideas to all.
Voted to send a letter to our sen senator
ator senator and two representatives, thank thanking
ing thanking them for past favors and asking

for a continuation of
Closed with prayer.

ha avenue, to construct sidewalks ac according
cording according to the city specifications at
The former action of the council
placing the assessment of the Ocala
National Bank property at $15,000
v.-as rescinded, and the amount was
reduced to $12,500.
The mayor, president of the coun council
cil council and city clerk were instructed to
renew notes now outstanding in the
city banks for thirty days.
The clyrk was instructed to make
report of the city officers' bonds now
on file in the office.
The fire chief was instructed to
place on file with the city clerk the
names of all employees of the fire

the same, (department.
j An electric light was ordered plac-

Tuesday night the institute was ed at the corner of South Fifth and
opened with instrumental music by (Sanchez streets, if the street commit commit-Mrs.
Mrs. commit-Mrs. George Taylor. Song, "Amer-jtee approved. An electric fan and
ica," by all. Devotional exercises led other necessary fixtures were order order-by
by order-by Mrs. George Riggins. Reading led placed in the clerk's of tice, and
31st chapter Proverbs, with talk on j the fixtures and lights necessary for
same. Prayer. Music by Methodist j the council chamber were also order order-quartet.
quartet. order-quartet. Question box conducted byjed installed, upon approval or" the
Mrs. Riggins. Collection. Violin solo 'light and water committee,
by Mr. Abbott. Introduction of Miss! Warrant for $20 0 wa? ordered
A. A. Robbins by Rev. J. B. Ley, who; drawn against the light fund for use

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The Star was not able to make the

statement yesterday about Mr. Sis-

gave a very interesting lecture. Ben

ediction by Rev. Bunyan Stephens.
Wednesday morningrthe institute
opened by crusade "Glory Song."
Prayer by Miss Roux. Letter from
Mrs. G. I. Doig, state treasurer, on
paying state dues, received and read.
A very interesting address was then
given by Miss Robbin which was en-



the general fund.

Linseed Oil.
Witch Hazel.
Wood Alcohol.
Muriatic Acid.
Linseed Oil 7."c. and cans free. An Anderson
derson Anderson Pharmacy. Phone 2 03. 5-30 tf

See Rivers at the Harrington Hall
Haberdashery about the baseball
;.rizes he is offering for Thursday's
game. They are worth trying for.



John Bunny at
row niiilit. Adv.

the Ideal




PHONES Office, No. 333. Dr. McClane's Residence. No. 407.
Office Suite 1 to 7, Holder Block. Southwest Corner Public Square.


OCALA fcVElffcfG STAB, WEDNESDAY, fttiiE 4, 1915
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m ww . v sm

Aii vnu ooincS io 6 row old

Without a dollar in theBANK?
Winding up in the Poor House is not a pleasant
prospect. Old age comes as sure as the clock ticks.
A comfortable Old Age is the ambition of every man.
The way to have this is to have money to make it
comfortable. The money that you could save now by
cutting out a few extravagances would grow into a
a big sum by the time your life reached its December.
While enjoying the May time of your life, prepare for
the December
Wc Pay 4 per cent Interest on Savings Accounts

u nils

Undertaker Smith, phones 10 & 94.
I'athe comic Ideal tonight. Adv.
Mrs. B. C. Bridges of Coleman was
among the Tuesday visitors in Ocala.
I'athe comic Ideal tonight. Adv.
Col. R. F. Rogers was beaming on
his Oeala friends today.
Mr. L. Al. Gibson returned last
night from a visit to his family at
Daytona Beach.


John Bunny at
row night. Adv.

the Ideal
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There was a special meeting of
Ocala chapter So. 29, O. E. S. at
Yonge's hall Tuesday night with fifty
present, including Mrs. Anna Belle
Reed, grand matron, Mrs. Cora W.
Harriss, grand marshal, Mrs. Sexton
and Mrs. Roberts, all of Tampa, and
a party of eight from Fort McCoy
Mrs. Cora Franz, past grand mat matron
ron matron Florida, was expected from
Jacksonville, but was detained and
could not arrive in time, which was
greatly regretted by all.
Mrs. A. E. Condon, Mrs. H. C.
Jones and Mrs. B. F. Condon were
initiated into the order.
Mr. C E. Connor, worthy patron,
welcomed the visitors in behalf of
the chapter. Mrs. Reed, grand mat matron,
ron, matron, responded in a very pleasing
manner, and Mrs. Harris, grand mar mar-shall,
shall, mar-shall, also gave a most appreciated
The grand matron then advised
and inspected the work and compli complimented
mented complimented Ocala chapter for its excel excellent
lent excellent work.
A lovely souvenir spoon was pre presented
sented presented to Mrs. Reed by Mrs. Emma
Burnett, worthy matron of this chap chapter,
ter, chapter, and pretty chapter souvenirs
were given each visitor.
After the close of the chapter a
short reception was held in the hall,
after which the crowd was invited to
the Harrington Cafe where a ban banquet
quet banquet had been prepared.
Great appreciation is felt by the

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Mother Kroh's remedies for baby ail- L,iai'iei uu eAieiiueu io an

Mr. J. G. Boyd of Jacksonville, re receiver
ceiver receiver for the Ocala Northern Rail

way, is in town looking after the af affairs
fairs affairs of the company.
Rexall L.iver Salts, one of the famous
Rexall remedies of .which there is one
for every ailment. Gerig's Drug Drugstores.
stores. Drugstores. Advl
Mr. A. M. Lansford returned this
morning from his visit to Chatta Chattanooga.
nooga. Chattanooga. LICEXSEl PICTURES AT THE
IDEAL. Adv. 6-2-Gtd
Mr. Fred Magaw. will return from
Chicago in ten days, where he has
been for the past six weeks on business.


Guaranteed like all Rexall rem rem-Gerig's
Gerig's rem-Gerig's Drugstores. Adv.

The board of trustees and house
committee of the Elks is in session
this afternoon, discussing the subject
of a hall for the lodge.




Mr. J. H. McClymonds remains
about the same as yesterday. He is
; very weak and yet his physician says
there is a possible chance for him.

j Cliff Peabody promises the people
another good surprise for next week.
He is working hard to improve the
.Ideal and he says the outlook is very





Swiss Cheese, Philadelphia Cream
Cheese, Sap Sago Cheese, Parmesan
Cold Boiled Ham, Dried Beef-chipped
Lobsters, Shrimp, Deviled Crabs, Kip Kippered
pered Kippered Herring, Herring in Tomato
Sauce, Findon Haddock Herring Roe,
Clams and Clam Chowder.

The county judge has issued

marriage license! to .Mr. sam li. JJa

vis and Miss Lafira Randall, twoex-


client young people offijahaniille.

X Dr. arra


Mrs. A ?j

their son Laurie home from college
in South CarolinQ on Saturday. He
is a most populapfyoung man, and his
friends will be jglad--to-'geehim.

See Rivers at the Harrington Hall

Haberdashery about the baseball
prizes he is offering for Thursday's

game. They are worth trying for


(Q). Mo Tea F11


Phones 16-174


( Mr. Ed Drey fous has a fine pair of
spectacles in a case which some one
lost yesterday and will be glad to

return them to the owner.

who helped entertain the visitors.

especially the Masons who belong to

the order and the Odd Fellows for
kindly giving way so the Eastern
Stars could have the hall.


The Leesburg boys can't play ball
with Ocala tomorrow, but the hard

hitting Dunnellon team is expected.

1.5 11 IK

If you have any Items for thia de department,
partment, department, call Phone 106.


The picnic at Lake Weir June 12
off, on account of the refusal of

the A.

C. L. to furnish the necessary


Another meeting of the boy scouts
and their-friends at the Board of

lar eXpeCt iwwmo lO OV.UUUUlCU UUl lUIUUl

row at : ju p. m., and the star hopes
it will be better attended than the
first. Every man in town who has a
?oy should go if he can.


A meeting of the King's Daughters
will be held at 10 a. m. tomorrow at
the home of Mrs. Bittinger.


Everybody is admiring the great
big watermelon in the Munroe and
Chambliss Bank. It weighs about
sixty pounds.
1 TT V -m V

ioir. reo jinoner, a ciever

young man inonyort .uyers, is nere

!for a visit to 5ts. Laura Wellhoner

and to his parehtsJarahamville. He
says old MariS?FsTooks good to him.

One of the prettiest baskets of to

matoes that we have seen this year

was sent to the Board of Trade rooms
this morning by Miss Mabel Meffert,

chairman of the tomato canning
club. They will be on exhibition for

several days and then they will grace
the table of Secretary Rooney.

TTolm Bunny at

;rov ni$ht. Adv.

the Ideal


l'athe comic Ideal tonight. Adv.

To the people in Ocala that love

good music of the higher class a very
cordial invitation is extended to visit
tbe Ideal. Music of this nature is
being featured every night and those
who hear it are extremely well pleas pleased.
ed. pleased. Adv. It


John Bunny at
row night. Adv.

the Ideal


will show you nuny camp

or Water-

Come to see us and we

Dove you a Strong Knife, a Pocket Axe

proof Matchbox?
Buy Your Own Gun and things; Don't Borrow.
You are going out for fnn. You can have lots more
ol it if you feel independent in using your own things.
Our line of Outing Hardware will make you have a
Bully Fine Time,
Marion Hardware Co.,
Ocsilat Phone 118.

Mrs. Ed Carmichael has received

the sad information of the severe
sickness of her friend, Mrs. Bellin

ger, who was her guest up to a few
weeks ago. Mrs. Bellingor is iu a

hospital at Augusta, with all one
side paralyzed.

Miss Anna A. Robbins, national

,-orker and organizer of the W. C. T.

, will give a lectureat the Metho

dist church tonight at 8:30 o'clock
on Manila. The lecture will be il illustrated
lustrated illustrated with costumes and curios
from the Philippines. Miss Robbing
has spent several years as a trained

nurse in the Philippines and the lec

ture will be most interesting and in

structive. Everybody is cordially in

vited to attend.

Miss Wartuiann's Piano Recital
Tuesday evening at the Christian
church Miss Byrd Wartmann's class
of pupils tendered their friends a
most delightful music program. The
church -was comfortably filled with
admiring friends and was tastefully
decorated with pot ferns and dainty
white flowers. The selections were
confined strictly to the work of mod modern
ern modern composers, and with few excep exceptions
tions exceptions are living today. The most
interesting composer in the group to
an Ocala audience was Miss Willie
Mae Lang, youngest daughter of Mr.
and .Mrs. R. L. Lang. Her piece was
exquisite and shows marked talent
and a brilliant future for the little
lady. Each selection on the pro program
gram program was beautifully rendered mak making
ing making us wish it were possible to make
special mention of each one. Miss
Wartmann has exercised a magnetic
influence over her pupils for ten
years and her teachings and great
work is marvelous. Her pupils,
wherever they may be, reflect that

artistic touch and influence greatly to

her credit and the recital of last

evening will always be remembered

as the happiest of all the past years.
In conclusion the class presented as
a slight token of their love and af affection,
fection, affection, a beatuiful chafing dish to
Miss Wartmann, which she accepted
in the most pleasing and gracious
manner. The program printed on
white folders was very neat and pret pretty
ty pretty and each number was listened to
with keenest interest and satisfaction
by the large audience. The selections
played were as follows:
Dancing Waves and The Young
Page Carita Camp.
Minuet and May Birds Willie Mae
The Limpid Stream and Tarantelle
Ethel Home.
. Russian Intermezzo Ruby Ed

wards and Virginia Beckham.
The Automobile Ride Emerson
A Lullaby Annie May Nettles.
Carnival of Autumn Mamie Fant.

Seguidilla Marguerite Edwardsy
Entrance Joyeuse Nettie Camt.
A Hieland Laddie Fannie Car Carlisle.
lisle. Carlisle. Polonaise Verda Hampton
Arabesque Katie May Eagjeton.

Butterflies Blanche Whale

Habanera Emma Lee Bridg

Scene de Ballet Anne

Gavotte and Romanza Lillian
Arlequin Avalee Edwards.
Pas Des Amphores Virginia Sis Sis-trunk.
trunk. Sis-trunk. Les Willis Susie Ervine.

Danse in Style Ancienne Wenona


Autumn Mamie Sheppard.
Kammenoi Ostrow Carleton Er Ervine.
vine. Ervine. L'Harpe Aeolienne Nellie Beck Beckham.
ham. Beckham. To a Wild Rose; To a Water Lily;
An Old Trysting Place (McDowell)
Miss Anna McDowell.
Three autos of happy young peo people
ple people drove over from Williston yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon and spent several
hours driving around the city and
out to Silver Springs.

It is just as necessary for the housekeeper to have
a bank account as it is for the business woman. No
one can be too careful, of money, and a bank is the
only safe place to put savings.
Anyone can earn a dollar, but it takes common
sense to save and make it earn for you.
A dollar will open an account.
H. D. STOKES, Cashier


" Pop

"an honest man may have a bad title through no fault of his own"
'a good nian does not always mean a good title"

florida title and abstract co.

terday and will remain until after his"
marriage to Miss Margaret Lawrence
next Tuesday. Thig wedding will take

place at high noon, Rev. and Mrs.

Dodge leaving immediately for the
mountains of North Carolina, where
their honeymoon will be spent before

going to Anderson to reside.



Mrs. P. J. Theus, assisted by her

sister, Miss Mae Stein, will give a

party in honor of Miss Beall tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow evening.

We wish to extend our thanks to

1 those who were so kind to our

ddar son and brother during his ill illness.
ness. illness. There were so many beautiful

Awers sent to him while In the hos-

tal and also to the funeral." Espe

cially do we wish to thank the

Messrs. Clark for their kindness to

him and to us after his death.

Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Young.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Getford.
Daisy Young.
Casper Young.

While they last with Pure Linseed

Oil, at 75 cents a gallon. We deliver.
Phone 269. Anderson Pharmacy.

Adv. 5-30-tf

Miss Tillie Pasteur drove her

father's handsome car up from Lake
Weir yesterday, bringing Mr. Pasteur

and another old soldier, Mr. W. E.

McGahagin, to attend the veterans'

meeting. Messrs. McGahagin and

Pasteur put themselves in the hands

of their fair cnauneureuse wunout John llunny at

misgiving. They said they didn t row night. Adv.

know where they wrere going, but

they were on their way. AVE ATI IE K FOllEUAST

Generally fair weather except

Both the Clarkson and Gibson ba- showers extreme north portion to

bies at Daytona Beach are improv- night or Thursday.

ing rapidly and are greatly enjoying

the sea air. With their nurses they

are allowed to play on the beach

in the sand daily.

the Ideal
O-4-l t



On account of sickness of somo
members, the band rehearsal is
postponed until Thursday evening,
and all members will please take notice.

Gen. and Mrs

tei and Mr. an

Berlin were p
dinner to the



f ouirg


W. Long of Mar-

M. P. Frink of

wit guests at the

ans yesterday.,.



IDEAL, Adv. 6-2-6td

Messrs. E. S. Mixson and A. M.
Anderson, who live in the western
part of the county, were pleasant
callers at the Star office Tuesday.
They report everybody happy in their
section over the splendid success of
the truckers this season. High prices
prevail on evertyhing they raised.


Prof. G. C. Looney and family are
enjoying the lake and the health health-giving
giving health-giving waters of the McGregor Spring
at Melrose. They will return to
Ocala and their new residence, the
Pearson house on Fort King ave avenue,
nue, avenue, July 1st, Students who need
coaching should consult with the

Mr. L. M. Murray is rapidly get

ting the old stock of the Ocala Newsi

Co. into shape, and will order more.
The old stand now sheds the name it
has worn for a quarter of a century
and will in future be known as Mur Murray
ray Murray & Co's. bookstore. Mr. Murray-

is almo&t giving away a lot of hne
books, and you had better go around
and invest in some before they are
all gone. The reporter bought two
aristocratic books for the plebian
sum of 30 cents today.

IDEAL. Adv. 6-2-Gtd

all Feature Licensed Reels at'

the Temple Toinght
"Bedelia Becomes a Lady." A sida
splitting Vitagraph comedy. ,s-
'The Sheriffs Son." An exciting
western feature.
"The Risen Soul of John Grant."
A beautiful edison drama.
"The Wonderful Statue." A com comedy
edy comedy scream featuring Lillian Walker.
"One Turn and Then Another."
Another comedy, good for 100
i i

Doors open 0:30; prices, 5-10c,
orchestra music. Amateurs tomor tomorrow.

Kalem Two Reel Feature at the Ideal


The feature picture at the Ideal

tonight will "be a two reel picture
made by the Kalem Co. "The Re

demption," a strong drama that will

appeal to all true men and women
See this and learn a good lesson.

Date With Gwendolm" is a

Pathe comic that means a laugh from

the start to the finish.
The Ideal is growing .e.ich night

More people come each night and
after they come once they become

regular patrons of the Ideal. The
fruit and vegetable buyers and the
railroad men that are in town now
seem to have selected the Ideal as

their headquarters and as they know
a good show when they see it there

is no stronger proof wanted to show
that the Ideal is the show.

Miss Esther Ley has returned to
her home from the Florida College
for Women at Tallahassee. She was

accompanied by Miss Annie Mae Will

iams of Miami, who will be her guest
for ten days.

The reading club held an especial especially
ly especially interesting meeting yesterday aft

ernoon with Miss Alice Bullock.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Camp and lit

tie sons left yesterday afternoon for
Asheville, where they have leased a

lovely home Xor the summer.
- y
Rev. Withertioon Dodge of Anr
derson, S. C, arved in our crfy yes'-



Lost, Found, Wanted, For Sale,

For Rent and Similar Local Needs

now doing good business and owner

wishes to sell on account of other In Interests.
terests. Interests. No agents. Address, Skin Skinner
ner Skinner Bros., Jacksonville, Fla. 5-28-7t

FOR RENT Offices in Holder build

ing- Apply to Davis & Martin.

Tallahassee, June 4. Among the FOR SALE Well located and

bills of a general nature passed by complete concrete and cement block

the House of Representatives during business with established trade. Plant

the past week are the following:

Providing for the protection and

regulation of the shell fish industry

of the state and placing same in

charge of a shell fish commissioner

Submitting a constitutional amend

ment providing that one-half of all

money hereafter received by tne WANTED A COOK. Apply to

state school fund be distributed to seCretary Board of Trade. 5-29-6

the several counties for the benefit of

the public schools.

Creating Wilson county from parts

of Walton and Santa Rosa counties

(Now pending in the Senate).

A bill prohibiting the appointment

of pilots, pilot boat owners and other

interested persons as pilot commis



rooms ror ligni nousexeepingv pnuue
216, Fort King Ave., and a four room

cottage with gas. 5-5-lm

FOR RENT Furnished rooms with

all modern conveniences; close; in.

Phone 378. 5-17-tf

Pathe comic Ideal tonight. Adr.

John Runny at
row ui "lit. Adv.

the Ideal


J cans Van Camp's sonp 25c

M beans.. ..25c
" M Hominy 25c
"Mince Meat 25c
' Sunbeam shrimp 25c
lb M Soda 5c

2 cans small flat Salmon 35c

" large " .-30c
" tall Salmon 30c
M Argo large Salmon 45c
" Ocean Gem tall ... 20c
Hotel Astor Coffee
40 cts. per Pound
40 cts. per Pound

FOR SALE 6-room home and 4-

An act making it unlawful to cir- room home; lot 120x205 near city hall;

good porches, shrubbery, flowing well;

price, $3000. Take a look at them, 44
N. Sanchez street, then get busy; per

fect title given. Write me quick. E.

Ii. Damoth, 207 Hodges Bldg., Detroit,

Michigan. 5-26-lm

FOR RENT Five or

house on Daugherty street.
Baxter Cam. 5-31-tf

Apply to

culate false statements derogatory to

banking Institutions.

A bill increasing the powers of the

railroad commission in the regula

tlon of common carriers.

Requiring the publication of names

of signers of petitions for local op

tion elections.

Requiring insurance companies to

pay losses witnin tnirxy aajs or pay FOR SALE Cheap; a horse, wag wag-interest
interest wag-interest on same at ten rate of ten on and narness. Apply at 447 West

per cent per annum. Broadway. Ocala. Fla. 6-2-6t

Appropriating funds for the State

Reform School and providing for the FOR RENT A 9-room house,

establishment of an industrial school J large barn and lot and a well of soft

for girls. water. Will rent for $14 a month
Prohibiting the wearing of the until first of October. Apply to I.

garb or insignia of religious societies w. Ogle or A- H. Heinemann, Con-

b public school teachers while per-1 nor. Fla. 5-29-6td

forming their duties as such.

Reauirine the keenine of uniform .FOR SALE Piano; $50; box 444,

plats or maps of real estate by county Ocala, Fla.

assessors and circuit clerks.
A concurrent resolution requesting
the appointment of democrats to po positions
sitions positions in the consular service of the
United States.
The general pension bill.
Providing that cities and towns
may amend their charters by a vote

of the people thereof, without refer reference
ence reference to the legislature.
Providing that traveling men and
others absent from home may vote


FOUND A child's red jacket was
found on the courthouse grounds
Friday night' after the .band concert.
Owner can find same at the Star of office.
fice. office. 6-3-6t
LOST Bottom of automobile tall
lamp. Kindly return to this office
and get reward. 6-4-6t

Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days
Your druggist w'll refund money if PATO

wherever in the state they may be on J ointment fails to core any case of itching.

ciina. uieeainsr or rrotroiiac Pile in 6 to 14 dam.
The first application give Ease cud Rst. Sue.

election, day.

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il""TIi nn,fT.wiTi 'in mil nrgTm"iMi T I I I iflll III





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It is simply astonishing the way contagious germs scatter and
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Poison In the blood used to break
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abscesses and ulcers, but since the
introduction of S. S. S. there is no
more trouble. And even if it Is only
a slight attack it would eventually
mean loss of hair, loose teeth, sore
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some cases of Contagious Blood Poison
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then there can be no question as to
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It is very unfortunate that so many
sufferers lose all nerve, all self control.

and the first thing they do is to throw

themselves into the clutches of those
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Get a bottle of S. S. at any drug
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icpcen Your Home

Every dwelling house in Ocala should be screened
from Flies and Mosquitoes.
This is very necessary to the health and comfort of
your family. Every store, hotel and restaurant and
office sho uld be screened.
We manufacture, in our own plant, any style, size
or kind of screen, with hard or soft wood frames,
black, galvanized or copper wire, we finish them right,
fit them perfectly, and hang them on your house if
you wish.
Our patent locking, easily removed screens, fitted
full length of your windows, are a boon to house housekeepers.
keepers. housekeepers. They lock inside, and they can be removed
for dusting or cleaning, in a moments notice.
Call 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 Osceola Street. Phone 223.



I am keeping at my Sales Barn and Lot, on
West Exposition Street three blocks west of the
court house square,

a Fine Drove of y

First Class
Horses and Mules
Animals for all pur purposes,
poses, purposes, aiid 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, you will find some Stock to suit you,
if it is one or dozen head you need, I have them.



Orange Rpriitgs, Jane i. R.

and Mrs. U. W. Riles of nawtnorn

were pleasant visitors at the spring?

Saturday and guests of the L anion


Miss Maud Chester was a Georgia

visitor here several days of last week.

Mr. C. L. Minderman was a bus

iness visitor to Ocala yesterday.

Mr. E. F. Griggla is a homeseeker

from New Mexico, who arrived here
last Thursday.

Mr. U. J. Meador of Kenwood was

a Saturday visitor to our town.

Messrs. W. B. Allison, John Melin

and A. Belone of Fort McCoy, were

guests of the Carlton House Saturday.

Mr. F. H. Pedrick was a business

visitor to Palatka yesterday.

Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Crosby and
family, Mrs. S. E. Pinner and daugh daughter
ter daughter and .Messrs. Fred Jones and C.
Waldron of Island Grove, enjoyed an
outing at the spring last week.
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Purdom of
Ocala were guests of the Carlton
House yesterday.
Mr. J. S. Drysdale of North Da Dakota
kota Dakota is a visitor here.
Mrs. G. W. Lipscomb and son
George, are spending this week with
Mr. Lipscomb in Gainesville.
Mr. J. B. Hall is shipping some
fine tomatoes and will begin shipping
melons soon.
Mrs. Ellie Fort and daughter of

Tampa are visitors here the guest of

Dr. G. B. Parramore and family.

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Blivins of

Fort McCoy were the guests of Mrs.
F. II. Pedrick last week.

Mr. H. S. Riebling of New York is
registered at the Carlton House.
Mrs. Pegram entertained the Wom

an s Club last lnursday.

Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Wilson and

Allen Petree of Bay Lake, were Sun

day visitors to the springs

Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Rast and their
pretty little daughter, Nellie, return

ed to their home at Weirsdale yes

terday. Master George remains to
cheer his grandparents.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. LaRue and
Mrs. Fred Turner of Palatka paid a
brief visit to Orange Springs Satur


The first watermelons of the sea season
son season were brought to town last


Tuiuli LoJge "No. 21". Ina- ei dht
Orler of OM Fellows, meets every
Tuesday evening- at S o'e'e'k in
Tonse's Hall. Fort King av-:. VI it
ors in the city invitel to be wi;h us.
L. F. Bulla r,l, N G.
W. L. Colburi, Secretary. Ad.

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

Tier. Meals a la carte and
any hour. Ad.


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A t.. s s; : arsrasn in t v o us in ess i o t s
on north end of Maanoiia street: street
and railroad frontagt: fine f.,r w ire ire-house
house ire-house or wholesale buainess.
Two corner lots in best portion of
the iieymour addition, the corning' res residence
idence residence addition to i. Will sell
residence or business lot? together or
se;aratelv as desired. A:ily to It. C.

Man caster, Ocala House

It I K.



Flies are a trreat menace to health

and aside from the question of health, ; young lady

they are very disagreeable. Let us
screen your house with our modern
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Ocala Lumber & Supply Co. 3-25-tf

Pure blood fawn and white, star.

variety of these famous "&SS ma machines."
chines." machines." Egqrs for sale far hatching at

Hn.n .1 tiian, June 4. Mr. and Mrs.
' Frank Hoover and son. Don, of
Suirkp, were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Andrew Hall. Tuesday.
Miss Hester Boyer is spending the
week at Zuber, guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Louise Reed, who has been
teaching in the Boardman high
school, came home Tuesday morn morn-ing
ing morn-ing to s,, end her vacation with her

1 parents, .Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Reed.
Mis? Glory Cooier. one of Cocoa's

young ladies arrived Sunday for aj

! D. M. Williams was a business vis visitor
itor visitor to Gainesville Tuesday.
; .Miss Lillie Walkup. of Mcintosh,

i tt.- a visuor nere w eunesuay, guest t
:oi Miss Louise Reed. j
j C. A. W. Thomas, of Gainesville,!
agent for the Singer Sewing Machine!
; Co.. was in town Tuesday. j
I Miss Ethel Smith, a charming!

from Mcintosh, is here!

visiting Miss Rachel Boyer. j

-Mrs. uoij uugnton, ot Locoa. is

jnere lor an extended visit with her
j mother, Mrs. H. E. Milton,
j W. C. Johnson, of Micanopy. was
rJihere on business Wednesday.

Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Boyer tender tendered
ed tendered the Baptist Young People's Union

The Texas "Wonder cures Kidney and
bladder trouble, removing gravel,
cures diabetes, weak and lame backs,
rheumatism and all irregularities of
the kidneys and bladder in both men
and women. Regulates bladder troub troubles
les troubles in children. If not sold by your
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months' treatment and seldom falls to
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Are You Going NofIIi?

Then Consult an Agent of the

New 1913 World's Almanac, just re received;
ceived; received; 35 cents at Ballard's News Newsstand.
stand. Newsstand. Adv.

f An Btif5 cir-h Also t wo dr.ikf?s for

sale at 2 each. Write or inquire of ja reception at their hospitable home.

X Trafton. Delleview. Fla. 4-28 Wednesday evening. Quite a crowd i

j was present, and games and music
........ ,... furnished amusement for the even

ing. At a late hour, refreshments
were served, and then after a few
more games, all departed for their

i homes, reporting they had spent a

very pleasant evening.

In your hand you hold a
five-cent piece.
Right at the grocer's hand
is a moisture-proof pack package
age package of TTneeda Biscuit. He
hands you the package
you hand him the coin.
A trifling transaction?
No! A remarkable onefor you
have spent the smallest sum that
will buy a package of sood food;
and the grocer has sold you tie
most nutritiou: food made frm
flour ac clean and crisp and
delicious as it vas when it came
from the oven.

j. ii brinson



: : : AND : : :






Ocala, Fla., June 2nd, 1913.
Notice is hereby given that the an annual
nual annual meeting of the stockholders of
the Lemon Bay Fruit Company will
be held in the office of R. S. Hall, on
Tuesday, June 10th, at 10 o'clock.
G-2-lt T. W. Troxler,
C-9-lt 6-2-13 Secretary.

Some people invest their money in
poor wells. Get a good one by let letting
ting letting S. H. Christian do the work.
Adv. 5-27-lm


Funeral Directors
Undertakers and Lmbaimers
Fine Caskets and Burial Ro&as

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Old people should be happy, and they
will be if Chamberlain's Tablets are
taken to strengthen the digestion and
keep the bowels regular. These tab tablets
lets tablets are mild and gentle in their ac action
tion action and especially suitable for peo people
ple people of middle age and older. For
sale by all dealers. Ad


Anyone wishing to invest in a
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can get -in touch with a fine small
investment with big interest by call calling
ing calling at the Star office. 5-28-6td

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is the formula of a physician and has
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Price 50 cents. Pfeiffer Chemical
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cpmmended Rec-cpmmended by Tydings & Co. Ad 6.

It is very rarely that any one's rep reputation
utation reputation outlives hi money.

Rest Laxative for the Aged
Old men and women feel the need
of a laxative more than young folks,
but it must be safe and harmless and
one whlcU will not cause pain. Dr.
King's New Lift Pills are especially
good for the aged, for they act
promptly and easily. Price 25 cents.
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Those who suffer from a red nose
will be pleased to hear that the only
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Most Children Have Worms
Many mothers think their children
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iveness cost-iveness when they are victims of that
most common of all children's ail ailments
ments ailments worms. Peevish, ill-tempered,
fretful children, who toss and
grind their teeth, with bad breath
and colicky pains, have all the symp symptoms
toms symptoms of having worms, and should
be given Kickapoo Worm Killer, a
pleasant cndy lozenge, which ex ex-pells
pells ex-pells worms, regulates the bowels,
toaes up the system and makes chil children
dren children well and happy. Kickapoo
Worm Killer is guaranteed. All
druggists or by mail. Price 25 cents.
Kickapoo Indian Medicine Co, Phil Philadelphia
adelphia Philadelphia and St. Louis. Recom Recommended
mended Recommended by Tydings & Co. Ad 6

I). E. McIYEIl and C. V. ROBERTS
Funeral Directors
Work Done Ty Licensed Km Km-balmers
balmers Km-balmers and Fully Guaranteed.
D. K. McTver 101
C. V. Roberts 303
Undertaking Oflice 47

Kirby & Dodson
Fresh and Cured Meats, Fresh and
Salt Water Fish, Chickens, Eggs
and Vegetables of all Kinds
North Magnolia Street

Prof. Milne has been asked to con conduct
duct conduct h snort summer school for the

j benefit of students requiring a thor

ough drilling in arithmetic, grammar
and English. Parents interested
please confer with Mr. Carn, Supt.
Brmson or Prof. Milne. Not more
than twenty studeuts will be enrolled,
each to receive personal attention.
Forenoon sessions only, commencing
Monday, 9th, 6-2-5t


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When your child has whooping
cough be careful to keep the cough
loose and expectoration easy by giv giving
ing giving Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as
may I5e required. This remedy will
also liquify the tough mutui apd
make it easier to expectorate. It has
been used successfully in many ep epidemics
idemics epidemics and is safe and sure. For sale
by all dealers. Ad

A gentleman always speaks well of
woman and religion.

The Slickest LlectriC' Uites or stings of poisonous

Motor for Sewins Machines isects whIch cause the flesh t0 swe11
1 Af , rj, i-kculi be treated with DARBY'S
on the Mawet. Phone us!1)ROjJjlVLACTIC FLim It coun.
IOr a Demonstration. jreracts the poison, reduces the swelr
Ask to See OUr StOVeS! Hag and quickly eases pain. It is
and Ranges. We will SaveefiuaI1'' as valuable when applied to
you Money. resh woud' burn; cafs: ut
J ; bruises. It causes the flesh to heal
Agents for the Stand-
lover and leaves no disfiguring scar.
ard ''Central Needle''" Sewing ;.-u by aii druggist-. wed adv
Machine. Try one and if it A llieail lAd bdCU,loT Myg that
IS not the Bebt, We Want It Lonaan s Proper sphere is a ball of
Back in our Store. h am.

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"Queen of Sea Routes

A stitch in time saves embarrassment.

It now well-known that not more
than one case of rheumatism in ten
requires any internal treatment
whatever. All that is reeded is a
free application of Chamberlain's

Liniment and massage the parts at j

each application. Try it and see how

quickly it will relieve the pain and

soreness. Sold by all dealers. Ad


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Help the baby through the teeth teething
ing teething period by giving it McGHEB'jJ
BAH Y ELIXIR. It is a healthful,
wholesome remedy, well adapted to a
baln' delicate stomach. It can can-tains
tains can-tains no opium or morphine or injur injur-cu
cu injur-cu drug of any kind. Babies thrive
under ir excellent stomach and bow bowel
el bowel correcting influence. Price 25c,
and r.Oc per bottle. Sold by all Drug Drug-s:jts.
s:jts. Drug-s:jts. Ad

Wonder what It Is? Why it's noth nothing
ing nothing more than one of those
that we want you to come In and
buy. They are "things of beauty
and a joy forever." At the tame
time buy one of our
You can do more sleeping In a night
on one of these mattresses than you
can in a year on some "body klljers
we know of.

in. house furnishings are In' demand'
by those of artistic tastes. A visit
here will disclose
but hot oyerly dear. Merit is what
wins these days, and It's only merit
that gives us our liberal patronage.


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The friend-winning" prices

that we are making in our store

will surely interest you. Cold
type cannot do justice to the

extraordinary offerings. Buy

ing leweiry here means hi!!

spending money right.

Style may change but

our high quality, low price
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ing remains fixed, r
Here you will find
8 satisfying assort-

mentofthe wold 5

best productions

in jewelry,
gems, Bilver-

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And tb

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tied or otherwise a diamond

solitaire is eminently proper.

Nothing better as an engage-

have ft splendid assortrrient of g:ms in up-to-the-minute
settings at prices to

suit the tninnett pocket boolc.Y ottXJ" "m -T-st.

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binannah, Baltimore, Philadelphia
Boston and Providence
Fine steamers; best service; lo"
fires; wireless telesraj-.:. Through
tickets to an1 from i..rir.c:pal poin:s.
Send for booklet.
H. C AV::ni, A;en:,
Jcckior.ville, Fla.
L. D. JONES, C. A.,
Seminole Hotel, Jacksonville. Fla.
"Flne-M Coastwise Trio in the VorI4-

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A man will walk twenty miles on
golf course and nver Think of cul cul-va:iii2r
va:iii2r cul-va:iii2r his own garden.


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COLLIER BROS., Proprietors,



Thr-re is no need of any one be be-in?
in? be-in? troubled with constipation.
Cham herlain's Tablets will cause an
agreeable movement of the bowels
AitLou: any unpleasant effect. Give
them- a trial. For sale by all deal dealer?.
er?. dealer?. Ad
Beware of setting into bad com-i-::ny.
you never know where it's go go-to
to go-to lead you. A policeman is about
the worst company we know of.

Teams for Light
and Heavy Hauling.
Packing and
Shipping of
Furniture, Pianos
and Safes.
Baggage Service
the Best.

We Sett
upeiior to Plaster
or Ceiling in
Quality or Price.
Phone 296

Careful Estimates Made on All Ccn
tract Work. Gives mere and tetter
work for the money than fzj othr
contractor ta Hie dtx.

A sprained ankle may as a rule be
cured in form three to four days by
applying Chamberlain's Liniment
arid observing the directions with
each bottle. For sale by all deal dealers.
ers. dealers. Ad

Red, Buff, Gray and
Common Building

Large Stock, Prompt Shipment

A. C.


Duval Building,
Jacksonville, Fla.