The Ocala evening star


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


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )


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

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University of Florida
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' The vacation season is just begin beginning
ning beginning and those in need of Trunks
should call and see our prices.
' Tiirxs-zAcinsY company
The Furniture 3Ion
The smallest cottage or the largest
hotel can be fitted up now at low
cost. Tell your furniture needs to
. The furniture Men
VOL. 20.
NO. 23



II 11


Much Dot ter to Pay for Peace than
. Disaster, Says the Hero
of Manila
Washington, June 27. An ade adequate
quate adequate American navy means a fleet
second only to that of Great Britain
in ."inadequacy "is an invitation to
war," Ms the 'opinion of Admiral Dew Dewey,
ey, Dewey, ranking naval officer of the Unit United
ed United States.
"I believe it is the duty of each
generation to pay Its own Insurance
and not to thrust its burdens on the
generations' that come after, and the
insurance for peace is a navy strong
enough to compel it," says the ad admiral
miral admiral in an article written for the

program for navy day -at Newport,
' It; I., July .21.
"The only function and justifica justification
tion justification for the existence of a navy must
be adequate, and, though so'. much
discussed in these recent time3 the
word 'adequate navy' is a navy of a
strength sufficient to meet and defeat
any probable enemy. This strength
is not absolute and relative persons
from period to period as the other
naval powers of the world vary their
'naval strength. At the present per period
iod period 'adequacy' on our part calls fofa
navy second in strength to that of
England only. We ourselves thro
lack of foresight of, our fathers and
grandfathers, paid the penalty of our
generation in the lo-s of hundreds of
thousands of lives and our sons and
grandsons have been paying the cost
of the billions of dollars wasted and
the hundreds of .millions for which
they were mortgaged, and they still
continue to pay. .-
"We are paying today for the
navy, as an insurance Which does not

insure us, roughly $1.50 per capita
per annum. Besides what has already
been paid in lives and money, we are
still mortgaged by the lack of fore foresight
sight foresight in oar fathers, to the extent of
the national debt and the additional
$1.80 per capita per annum that we
are paying.
; "Shall our lack of foresight con con-tinue
tinue con-tinue this system of mortgaging the
coming generations or shall we add
the relatively small sum needed to
the insufficient insurance we all pay
to make that insurance adequate?"


Reddick, June 25. Crops are
looking bad on account of the dry
J. M. M. Robertson and W. F.
Pulliam were business viistors to
Ocala Monday.
'Mr. Raymond Rou spent Tuesday
with his parents here.,
Mr. Arthur -Sherouse spent Sun Sunday
day Sunday afternoon with friends at Ro Ro-chelle.
chelle. Ro-chelle. Mrs. C. A. Reddick has spent the
past week here attending to some
Miss Maurice Pulliam returned
home Sunday afternoon after ten
days' spent with Miss Irene Jones.
Miss Mary Ann Boyles continues
quite ill.
Mr., and Mrs. Graddie left Mon Monday
day Monday for their home in Charleston, S.
C. -'V
Mrs. Z. A. McClaran is quite Ul. We
all wish for her a .speedy recovery.
Mr. J..B. Devore continues to ship
tomatoes. They' are still bringing
good prices.
The election of the council was
held Tuesday and the following of officers
ficers officers were elected: Z. A. McClaran,
mayor; L. C. McClaran, clerk; W. F.
Pulliam, marshal; R. W. McCully,
Edward Smith and O. J. Johnson,



Ocla Lodge N). 286, renevolent and
Protective Order of Elks, meets the
second and fourth Tuesday evenings in
each month. Vis'1 'ng. brethren always
welcome. Chas W. Hunter. E. R.
" Joseph Bell, tJeeretary ; Ad.

AM UNEASY FEELING in the stomach or
bowels, caused by indigestiou or constipation, yields
quickly to -
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" It removes all impurities or fermented food, cleanses and tones the
stomach and bowels and restores that fine feeling of exhilaration, mental
activity and cheerfulness that belongs only to perfect health.
(old sr 0(ici. pnici,' uost rtCKici, ti.oa
At,k tnr th (tannine with the Red 7. on the label.' If yon cannot (ret It remit to o. we will
send by mail postpaid. Simmons Liver Regulator U put op alao in liquid form fur tho who prefer
it. l'rice. per bottle. Look for the fied Z label.'
, J. H. ZEILIN &. CO., Props!, St. Louis, mo.

At the Arbitrary Acts Committed on
the Recommendation of Legal
, Examiners
Sioux City, la., June 27. Crit Criticism
icism Criticism of the department of justice of
'arbitration espionage or investiga investigation"
tion" investigation" of federal judges by means of
examiners, by Judge Emorj' Speer,
United States judge of the southern
district of Georgia, was a feature of
the annual meeting of the Iowa State
Bar Association, which met here yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. Judge Speer spoke with great
vigor and emphasis, declaring the
statement is "intolerable." He said
in part:
"More dangerous that the power
to disqualify a judge is the power to
disgrace and defame him. My breth brethren,
ren, brethren, I ask you to cdnsider if, in the
utter absence of all charges against
him, is not the recently adopted
method of arbitrary espionage or in investigation
vestigation investigation of judges, made by ex examiners,
aminers, examiners, as they are termed, of the
department of justice, under the
direct 'order of the attorney general,1
to maltreat American judges with
cruel1 and apparently callous indif indifference
ference indifference to their reputation and good


"I speak impersonally and with all

due deference and respect for the
head of a department who is ex-offi-

cio the leader of the American bar.
He is, however, also the leading coun counsel
sel counsel for the government, and no mat

ter how considerate, how equable in
thought and language, how complete completely
ly completely non-partisan he may be, ought any

lawyer to have inquisitorial power
over the judge who is to try his case
and worst of all should this power be
exerted in a land where the Independ

ence' of the judiciary Js the very
foundation stone of the national
structure? Is it not indeed intolera intolerable
ble intolerable that the lawj?er who is pleading
counsel for the government shall
have in his power and control the
right to question the honor-and char

acter, official and personal, of the
judge upon whom determination of
all jurisdiction must depend. tThough

the attorney general can act at any
time and make any accusation he

thinks proper as can any citizen, but

can he constitutionally exert the
powers, detail the officials, utilize the

machinery and expend the money of

the government in inquisitorial x

aminations of a judge, appointed by

the president and confirmed by the

Senate and who holds his office dur

ing good behavior. Where Is the

constitutional right or statutory au


o.r against the defendant as it hap

pened to suit the purposes of the administration.

We can conceive of no more dan

gerous system for destroying the ad

ministration of justice and making it

personal or a political proceeding,
hat is why the action of the attor

ney general in the California case is
indefensible. If Woodrow Wilson

does nothing more than stop this
tyrannical practice of the department
of justice, as he has so promptly and

decisively done In the present case,
his election will have been worth


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"a good man does not always mean a good title'
"men pass away, titles run on forever."

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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
havedemonstrated 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
end customers. Give us your orders, If the goods don't make
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(New York World)

We doubt that a

large measure of cheap California
nolitics in the so-called "white slave

scandal' in which Attorney Genera

McReynolds had involved the Wilson


The case itself bears no relation to

the "white slave" traffic that the
federal statute was enacted to pun

ish. Two girls eloped with two mar

ried men and accompanied them from

California to Nevada. To all intents

and purposes, this is a local crime

punishable under state1 laws. The
national government has nothing to
do with it, except as the Mann "white
slave" act is perverted to cover any
violation of the seventh command commandment
ment commandment in which the parties cross a
state liner
Neverthelessthe attorney gen

eral's intervention was a great blun

der for which there is no excuse. If

be had stopped the prosecution on

the ground that it was the duty of
California to punish her own scoun scoundrels,
drels, scoundrels, he could readily have justified

his position. But to postpone a crim

inal trial merely to accommodate a

defendant's father who happened to

be a federal office-holder is a grave

abuse -of official power. Tp be sure,
republican attorney generals have
done this sort of thing times without

number, but the democracy was not

put in charge of the government to
imitate republican methods of dis dispensing
pensing dispensing privilege.
' Mr. McReynolds merely followed

the policy of his immediate predeces

sors, but it is a pernicious policy, be begun
gun begun under Mr. Roosevelt and design designed
ed designed to centralize in Washington all the

machipery for the enforcement of the
federal law3. During the last twelve
years the attorney generals have
been making themselves universal
"judges, juries and prosecuting attor-

jneys. They have ordered Indict-

jments. They have ordered convic convictions.
tions. convictions. They have ordered cases dls dls-;
; dls-; continued. They have ordered cases
postponed. They have ordered cases
'advanced. In many instances the
j enforcement of the" laws of the Unit

ed States has been made a political',

proceeding In which the grand jury
took orders from the district attor attorney,
ney, attorney, who took orders from the attor attorney
ney attorney general, who took orders from
the president, and the power of the
national government was swung for

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Repairing Guaranteed
Next to Express Office.

5KS PAY 1 11

Six Thousand Dollars Wanted by the
Italian Government for an
Incendiary's Scalp
Washington, June 27. President
Wilson yesterday sent a message to
Congress urging as an "act of grace"
that a suitable appropriation be made
for the heirs of Angelo Albano, the
Italian subject lynched at Tampa,
Fla-, of September 20, 1910.
At the time of being lynched, Al Albano
bano Albano was in custody, charged with a
crime, not described in the message.
The message was based upon a sug suggestion
gestion suggestion from the Italian government
that $6,000 be paid the heirs.
Htstory.of tire Case
The Tampa Times gives the fol following
lowing following report of the affair:
Angelo Albano and Castenge Fic Fic-carrotta,
carrotta, Fic-carrotta, both Italians,' but the latter
a subject of.the United States by nat naturalization,
uralization, naturalization, were lynched on the
night of September 20, 1910,. being
hanged to a tree a few yards from
Grand Central avenue, about two
miles west of the city limits.
The two men were under arrest for
the fatal shooting of Fosterling, book bookkeeper
keeper bookkeeper of the Bustillo Bros. & Diaz
cigar factory in West Tampa. The

shooting occurred during the great
six months strike of cigarmakers,
when a virtual reign of terror was in inaugurated
augurated inaugurated by the strikers and their
sympathizers. The two men were
being brought from the West Tampa
city jail to be Incarcerated In. the
county jail for safekeeping when a
mob held, up the officers at Howard
avenue and North B street and took
the prisoners from them.

very ill for the past few days. His
many little friends wish for him' a
sp'eedy recovery.

Mr. Ernest Metcalf of Jackson

ville, spent Sunday here the guest
of Miss S. E. Reed.

Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Smith spent
riday in MIcanopy, visiting rela

tives. They -returned home Satur


Dr. E. B. Howell and son Edgar

of Micanopy were business visitors

to Boardman Monday.

Misses Hester and Rachel Boyer

entertained a few of their friends

Monday evening in honor, of Mr.
Leo Riley, their cousin, who has
been visiting them the past few
days. The young people spent a

very pleasant evening.


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 ao

nflamed condition of the mucous lin

ing of the Eustachian Tube. When

his 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

flammation. can be taken out and this
tube restored to its normal condition,
hearing will be destroyed forever;

nine cases out of ten are caused by
catarrh, which Is nothing but an In

flamed condition of the mucous sur surfaces.
faces. surfaces.

We will give One Hundred Dollars

for any case of deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by

Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu

ars, free.
J. F. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio
Sold bv druggists. 75 cents.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con

stipation. Ad


Many mothers think their children

are suffering from indigestion, head

ache, nervousness, weakness, cost-

iveness when they are victims of that

most common of all. children's ail ailments
ments ailments worms. Peevish, ill-temper

ed, fretful children, who toss and
grind their teeth, with bad breath

and colicky pains, have all the symp

toms cf having worms, and should

oe given iLicsapoo worm Killer, a

pleasant candy lozenge, which ex

pells worms, regulates the bowels,

tones up the system and makes chll

dren 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

mended by Ty dings & Co. Ad 6




Dental Surgeon

Over the Munroe & Chambliss Bank

Phone 154


Terms cash.


Dental Surgeon

Rooms 9,10, 11, Holder Block
Phone 250 t :

Summerfield, June 25. Mrs.W. P

Wassmer and children were visitors

last Sunday.

James Thorn was in last Saturday

from his farm.

F. R. Rickertson was up from An

thony last Sunday to visit his family.

Wm. A. Kelley of Levon, was here
last Saturday transacting business


Mrs. E. Pender of Ocala, is here

with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C


The tomato crop is at an end and

the growers are busy getting ready

to plant their ground to cow peas for

a hay 'crop.

T. W. and S. B. House of Levon

were here last Saturday visiting

friends and attending to business


G. A. Bushman, who left last week

for Dover, N. J., informs us that his

only reason for going north for the

summer months was the flattering

offer made to him by a large contract

ing. building firm.

Mr. J. F. Sigmon, of South Lake

Weir, was a visitor here last Monday.

Mr. Sigmon Is always the first to ship

melons in his district; he also reports

that he is well satisfied with returns
from his crop.

This season this section was well

favored with splendid prices for

water melons. Pity the melon crop

came to an end so soon as the prices

in the last week went upwards.


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

corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour.- Adv.

If you are suffering with any old

running or fever sores, ulcers, boils,

eczema, or other skin troubles, get a

box of Bucklin's Arnica Salve and
you will get relief promptly. Mrs.

Bruce Jones,, of Birmingham, Ala.,

suffered from an ugly ulcer for nine

months and" Bucklin's Arnica Salve

cured her in two weeks. Will help

you. Only 25 cents. Recommended

Tydings & Co. Ad. 6


We still have on nand a small

quantity of linoleum which we -will
sell as long as it lasts for 25 cents

per square yard. A number of very

handsome designs. Theus-Zachry

Company 6-20-tf


Old men and women reel the neea

of a laxative more than young folks,

but it must be safe and harmless and

one which will not cause pain. Dr.

King's New Life Pills are especially

good for the aged, for they act

promptly and easily. Price 25 cents.

Recommended by Tydings & Com

pany. Ad 6

Boy s 50c. and 7oc. waists now

going at 25 cents at II. A. Water
man's 6-21-6t

Mr. E. Vm Hood, Editor

Tls nothing to me,", the, beauty said

With a careless toss of her pretty heaJ;

'-The man is weak If he can't refrain

T"rom the cup you say Iz fraught with


It Is nothing when In after years.
Her eyes were drenched with burning:

tears. ; : .. ;

And she watched in lonely arrief and

dread, .,

And started to hear a staggering tread.

'Tis nothing to ine the mother said;
I have no fear that my boy will tread

In the downward path of sin and shame,

And crush my heart and darken his

'name. ',

It was something to her when her only


Prom the path of Tighf was early won.

And madly cast In the flowing bowl

A ruined body, a sin-wrecked soul.

"Tis nothing to me. the merchant said

As over his ledger he bent his head;

'I am busy today with the tare and tret.

have no time for fume and fret."

It was something to him when over the

, wiro -,

A message came from a funeral pyre;

drunken conductor had wrecked a


And his. wife and child were among the

, slain. ' '
'Tis nothing to me," the voter said;
The party's loss is my only dread."

Then he gave -his' vote to the liquor


Though hearts were crushed and drunk-

ards mad.

It was something to him in after-life;
His daughter became a drunkard's


And her hungry children cried for

bread, ...

And trembled to hear their father's


It-is something for us to Idly Bleep,

While cohorts of death 'their vigils

' keep, -. -

To gather, the young and thoughtless

in. ..... ;

And grind in our midst a grist of sin.

, '; .' Selected.
It came to me one election day.

It was on a warm California after

noon, and I had ridden down into

te Valley of the Moon from the ranch

to the little valley to vote Yes or No

to a -host of amendments to the -con

stitution of the state of. California,

because of the warmth of the day I

had several drinks before casting my

ballot, and divers drinks after, cast casting
ing casting It. Then I had ridden up thru
the ylneclad hills and rolling pas pas-tureso
tureso pas-tureso f the ranch and arrived at the
farm house in time for another drink
and supper.

"How did you vote on the suffrage

amendment?" Charmian asked.

"I voted for it."
She. uttered an exclamation of. sur- (

prise. For, be it known in my young

er days despite my ardent democra

cy, I had been opposed to woman suf

frage." In my later and -more tolerant
years I had been uneuthusiastlc in
my acceptance of it as an inevitable
social phenomenon. "Now just why.
did you vote for it?" Charmian ask asked.
ed. asked. y v V
I answered. I answered at length.
I answered indignantly. The more
I answered the more Indignant I be became.
came. became.
No I was not drunk. The horse
I had ridden was well named "The
Outlaw. 'I'd like to see any drunken
man ride her!
(Continued on Fourth Page) ;

Terms cash.


Dental Surgeon

Office Over Commercial Bank
Phone 211


Dental Surgeon


Law Library
Phone 444



The constant Itching, burning, red

Iness, rash and disagreeable effects of

eczema, tetter, salt rheum, Itch, piles

land irritating skin eruptions can be

readily cured and the skin made

clear and smooth with Dr. Hobson's
Eczema Ointment. Mr. J. C. Eveland,

of Bath, 111., says: "I had eczema

twenty-five years and had tried ev

erything. All failed. When I found

Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment

found a cure." This ointment Is the
formula of a physician and has been
in use for years not an experiment.

That Is why we can guarantee It. All

druggists, or by mail. Price 50 cents

I Pfeiffer Chemical Co., Philadelphia

and St. Louis. Recommended by Ty

dings & Co. Ad. 6





Dental Surgeon

Office Over Nash Dry Good3 Store


Attorney at Law

Office Second Floor Munroe
Chambliss Bank Building



Boardman. June 25. Mrs. Fanny

Riels and daughter Frances, after

an extended visit to Mr. and Mrs. E

D. Boyer, left for their home at Eus-

tis Saturday.

Messrs. Andrew J. Hall, E. D.

Boyer and Albert Farnbach formed

a trio who drove up to Evinston to

church Sunday afternoon. The ser

vices were conducted by. Rev. J

Mullady of Hampton.

Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Keep were

visitors to Jacksonville Saturday.

They returned home Monday after

noon. :

Mr. Leo Riley of Eustis has been

here" the past few days the guest of

his aunt, Mrs. E. D. Boyer.

Little Milton Joyner Is on our
sick list this week. He has been

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Established 1872.
Pratt Food Company
We guarantee all our preparations to do exactly what we. claim
for them '
If they fail to satisfy you we authorize our dealer to promtly,
refund your money. - '
J. S. KELLER, President.
Below is a list of some of Pratt's Remedies which we carry in
stock: " v
Pratts Poultry Regulator .........25 and 50c
Pratts Baby Chick Feed ......10, 25 and 50c
Pratts Roup Cure i 25 and 50c
Pratts Powdered Lice Killer 25c t
Pratts White Diarrhoea Remedy ..... ....... .25
. Pratts Disinfectant, Gallon Tins. $ 1.00.
Pratts Head Lice Ointment. -25c
Pratts Sore Head Chicken PoxRemedy ... 25c
Pratts Animal Rerulator .25 and 50c
Pratts Colic Cure. 50c
Pratts Cow Tonic 50c
Pratts Hog Cholera -Specinc. ...... .............. 50c
Pratts Fly Chaser 35c

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Aft ? fT H I

uimLft tmiim oi Ati
Oittlncer A C arroll, Proprietor
II. R. Carroll, General Manager
Fort V. Leaven kooI, Baslneaa Manager
J. II. lien jam la, Editor
Entered in the cbstofflce at Ocala.
Fla., as' second class matter.
The Star, was given this morning -a
detailed statement of the reasons why
one of the biggest Insurance com companies
panies companies concerned in the payment of
the Painter claims is slow in making
settlement. It seems that the agents
of this company went last, February
to Mr. Painter, who then carried but
little insurance, and asked him to
take out two large policies, that he
was' reluctant, but they continued to
press the matter upon him, until he
consented, and took out not only
what they first advised but a great
deal more; that they examined into
the state of his health and his busi business
ness business affairs and believed that both
were sound, but in a day or so after
jiir. i aiuier a ueaiu uiey uegau lo ob observe,
serve, observe, remember and recall a whole
lot of suspicious circumstances which
Justified them in trying to avoid pay payment.
ment. payment. All of us who play the great
game of whist, which played
by the. rules or there is' no satisfac
tion in it, know how we feel when wei
lead an ace only to find that a player
on the other side Is out of that suit
and trumps the trick. In persuading
or allowing Mr. Painter to take out
ms enormous poucies, tne insurance
companies led an ace but death
trumped the trick, and now the
insurance men want to renig
jind lead a card of another suit. And
we all know the opinion of real sports
toward such an act.
Attorney f!arv D. Iandia returned
yesterday from Inverness, Citrus
county, where he had been the past
two weeks defending A.: S. Hough,
charged with the murder of his wife.
The case resulted in a mistrial for the
second time. Hough will probably be
declared insane and sent to the asy asylum
lum asylum before the case comes on again.
There -appears little if any doubt of
his insanity. DeLand News.
What the Star wants to know is,
hflf'if t so nn tiivBTt cnnfa art inaono
man like Hough at large before he
(the insane man) kills his wife, or
- any one else, hasn't the sane citizen
, a right to kill the insane man before
the insane man kill3 some innocent
or useful member of society? In
other words, why is there so much
justice for insane criminals, and so
little for. their victims? It may not
suit the fine points of law, but it
might serve the ends of Justice if,
the next time a drink-crazed man
kills his wife, for the neighbors to
fore the courts take charge of him.
Heard a rumor in Ocala that that
delightful little City is going to have
an automatic telephone system. Hav Having
ing Having by legislative action been made
a seaport with Silver Springs as its
harbor, Ocala may be expected to
chase Jacksonville to the goal of
municipal greatness. Punta Gorda
Herald. '
Bless your soul, Ocala has had aur
tomatic phoifes for the last two
.months. Catch up, Jordan ; catch up.
Adrian P. Jordan, the veteran ed editor
itor editor ofthe Punta Gorda Herald, gives
half a column to the fine Freds of
the state, among them Fred Cone of
Lake City, Fred' Cook of Ocala and
other famous Freds, but did not men mention
tion mention Fred Weihe of this city, which
was,, one good bet he overlooked.
R. R. Carroll is like the oyster. He
Is popular only during the months
in which occur the leter R. Tampa
Tribune. ;
Bob says he is thankful that the
Tribune concedes he is popular two two-thirds
thirds two-thirds of the year.
The local agent of the Equitable
Lie Assurance. Society informs the
Star' that the proper papers regard regarding
ing regarding Mr. Painter's Insurance had not
been presented, hence the delay in
paying his heirs. 'The Star is glad
to know that the Equitable had a
good reason for its course in the
matter, and can add its unsolicited
testimony that, it never heard 'of -the
Equitable trying to avoid the pay payment
ment payment of a just' claim.
Mr. Pi V. Leavengood, business
manager of- the Star, is enjoying him himself
self himself at the meeting of the press as association
sociation association in Tampa, and sends us
can't get-aways a bill of fare of the
banquet last night that turns us green
with envy. We will see to it that
Port doesn't get out of sight of the
Marion county courthouse for the
next twelve months. Among other
distractions of the occasion, the
Tampa Tribune printed pictures in
today's issue of. most oL the newspa newspaper,
per, newspaper, men in attendance. Judging by
the expression on the faces of most
of the victims, teh photographs were
taken at the muzzle of a shotgun.
The Tribune has pilloried Messrs..
Harris of the Banner and Carroll
and Leavengood of the Star, credit crediting
ing crediting the latter to the wrong paper,
by the way. Judging by the reports
in the Times and Tribune, the press
people are having a splendid holi holiday.
day. holiday. ; .-v. r S ',. ;:
Tulula -Lodge No. 22, Independent
!Order of O.Id Fellows,, meets every
Tuesday evening1 -at 8 o'clock in
t Yonge'3 Hall, Fort King ave. Visit
ori In the city Invited to be with U3.
I F. Ballard, N. G.
'W. L. Colburt, Secretary. Ad.-

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Well Known Former Ocala Citiiit
Found Dead in His Office in
. Jacksonville
(Times-Union, 27th)
Stretched across a table, the dead
body of W. K. McDonald, 1632 Lib Liberty
erty Liberty street, a well known resident of
this city, was found in hi3 office, No
14 Park building, at 8:45 o'clock
last night. The door of the office
was securely locked from the inside
and it; was necessary to break the
lock to enter the Dlace. It is believ
ed, however, that Mr. McDonald died
of natural causes.
Only a short time before his dead
body was found he had telephoned
his wife that he would leave his place-
of business in afew minutes to go
home to supper. v
Some time elapsed arid Mr. McDon McDonald
ald McDonald did not go home as he" had prom promised,
ised, promised, and no response came from re repeated
peated repeated telephone calls to the office.
Mrs. McDonald became uneasy and
sent her son to find out why her hus husband
band husband had not come home.
The young man found the door of
his father's office locked and notified
the police that he feared some injury
had befallen his parent.
Accordingly, Detectives W. B. Ca Ca-hoon
hoon Ca-hoon and Officers Wiljiam McCarrel
and William Arnold went at once to
the Park building and forced the door
of the office open and found the dead
body across the table.
It was at first believed by the of officers
ficers officers that Mr. McDonald had been
murdered, but the fact that the door
was securely fastened from the inside
dispelled ths belief. The office win windows,
dows, windows, also, had been pulled down and
were locked.
Dr. T. G. Simmons was summoned
and after an examination said Mr.
McDonald had been dead some little
time, but expressed a doubt as to the
cause or nis deatn. rue tneory oi
suicide was then advanced, but a
search of the office failed to reveal
any vessel which could have contain contained
ed contained poison. Neither was there' any
wound or other 'marks upon the body.
"Friends of the family stated that
Mr. McDonald had been In ill health
lately and explained; that there was
no doubt but that the deceased had
expired of apoplexy after closing his
office windows to go to his home.
However, it is said that Justice E. E.
Willard will hold a coroner's inquest
over the body today.
I WsK.1 McDonald is said to have
been about 50" years of age. He was
proprietor of the McDonald Printing
Company and had been a resident of
this city for a number of years. He
had hundreds of friends here who will
be grieved to heaf of his death.
Mr. McDonald was well known in
Ocala, where he lived a number of
years." He was a clever and popular
gentleman, and his friends here
greatly regret to- hear of his sudden
death. -
Mr. McDonald was a brother of
Mrs. Frank E. Harris of this
city. He was for aaiumber of years
business manager of the Banner,
was .for a time editor ot ,the Daily
Capitol, and before that was con connected
nected connected with the old Free Press. Mrs.
Harris went to Jacksonville this
morning, to attend the funeral,
which, will be held (his afternoon.
All the people on the Star were
well acquainted with Mr. McDonald,
and they do not think there is any anything"
thing" anything" in the suicide theory. Mr.
McDonald was a cheerful and cour courageous
ageous courageous man and a hard worker. He
had been In ill health of late, and up
from an operation only a few weeks.
How he might have, been at work,
and prepared to leave for home, and
then turned back to attend to some
little matter, are things that every
old printer can understand.
Congressman Frank Clark will be
the orator at Ocala on the Fourth.
Ocala has picked the best there is.
DeLand News.
Ocala has a fine young hotel man
ager who, by direct attention to bus
iness and unfailing courtesy to his
guests, is winning great success in, a
situation in which, other older men
have failed. Serious drawbacks con
front him, but his captivating affa
bility keeps his rooms filled with
guests. .Yes, his name is Robert T
Adams. Punta Gorda Herald.
Some people invest their money In
poor, wells. Get a good one by let
ting S. II. Christian do the work.-
The Slickest Electric
Motor for Sewing Machines
on the Market. Phone v us
for a Demonstration.
r Ask to see our Stoves
and Ranges. We will Save
you Money.
"Agents for the Stand
ard-Central Needle Sewing
Machine. Try one and if it
is not the Best, we Want it
Back in our Store.


Ocahi Lost by. Two to Three to the!
Jacksonville Team
Ocala Isn't sore over the result of
yesterday's game. First and foremost
it was a good game," well played from
start to finish, and it's a lot more sat satisfaction
isfaction satisfaction tXf see a good game than a
bad one, even when the home team
loses. Then the Riverside bunch was
such a clever crowd that it was al almost
most almost a pleasure to lose to them.
They are fine players and gentlemen,
on the diamond and off of it, and
Ocala hopes to have their company
Also it was a pleasure to see the
big crowd out, and the way it cheered
the home team and by the way,
gave due applause to ine visitors.
The Star always likes to see a crowd
of fans be good to a visiting team.
It shows they are good sports and
have had good raising.
The results were good in a finan financial
cial financial way a large crowd was present
the best of the season and the
receipts were in proportion.
Before the largest crowd of the
season Ocala received its first defeat
at the hands of Riverside from Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville by the score of 3 to 2. It was
a good piece of work for Ocala, con considering
sidering considering that Riverside had the best
players around Jacksonville.
After a slight rain the game was
called at four o'clock. Fernetty the
first man up for Jacksonville was out
on a fly to Dewey. Biggs singled over
Davis and stole second. Hunnicutt
singled over third, then Macla put a
grounder to third, scoring Biggs.
Spottswood struck out and Jennings
bunted out to Galloway. One run.
Batts, first man up for Ocala, was
out on a grounder to second, but Har Harris
ris Harris came up with a hit over second,
and Heidel hit into a double play,
ending the inning.
In Jacksonville's half of the sec second
ond second it was three-up and three down
on grounders to the infield.
Galloway led off with a hit past
second, Brown flied out to right
field, Chazal walked and Da vis. hit to
short. Fleckenstein was out on a
grounder to pitcher nd Galloway
scored on throw over first. Dewey
ended the inning with a grounder to
second. - -:
In the first half of the third in inning,
ning, inning, Galloway, got mad and struck
out the first three Jacksonville men
up. Ocala didn't do. much better, for
Batts bunted out and Harris and
Heidel struck out.
In the fourth Jacksonville made a
better showing. With two down,
Jennings singled over third, Ander Anderson
son Anderson was safe on a fly over first and
Lumsden struck out.
Neither team scored again until
the seventh, when with one down
Lumsden singled to left,, Jones bunt bunted
ed bunted and Lumsden scored while Fern Fernetty
etty Fernetty was being put out at second.
Ocala tied the score in the same in inning;
ning; inning; Brown singled over first and
went to second on an overthrow.
Chazal flied put to third ut Davis hit
a hot one to centerfield, scoring
Brown. Davis was out. second to
first, and Dewey struck out.
Jacksonville put over the winning
run in the eighth. Biggs led off, with
a hit to second, Hunnicutt hit Into a
double play, but Macla bunted to
Galloway, who could r;ot throw to
first on account of. the runner, so the
ball went over.Chazal's head, Macla
going to second. Spottswood drove a
long fly to centerfield, which should
havebeen caught, but Heidel was
playing too far in left, consequently
Macla scored the winning run, for
Ocala did not score again. In th
second half of the eighth, Heidel
singled over second, but Galloway
flied out to second.
In Jacksonville's half of the ninth
Galloway again had his temper rut rut-fled,
fled, rut-fled, striking out the first three men
with ten. thrown balls. For Ocala,
Brown led off with single to short,
Who overthrew first, Brown going to
second, Brown played off a good bit
and the ball, was thrown to second.
Brown slid for the bag and knocked
the ball away, and he was put out.
This put a damper on Ocala's spirits
and Chazal and Davis went out on
grounders to pitcher and first.
Messrs. Harvey Hutchinson of
Gainesville and J. J. Gerig of Ocala
umpired the game. Time, one hour
and 54 minutes. The Cub
Shortstops x
Roy Galloway pitcned the best
game yesterday he has ever pitched
and with a little better support would
have won the game.
Charlie Chazal played a fine game
of ball at first and made a wonderful
catch of ,a ball thrown by Batts in
making a double play. He was also
there with a timel3T single.
Mr. H. A. Waterman gave every
Ocala player a fifty cent pair of silk
sox this morning for the fine showing
they made yesterday.
A little bit of slow fielding cost
Ocala a run when with two out Gal Galloway
loway Galloway threw wild to first, allowing
the runner to go .to second. Spotts
wood then hit a long skyscraper into
right field which should have been
an easy out, but neither Heidel or
"Fleck" made an effort to catch and
the man on second scored.
Norton Davis made a fine run for
a fly into rightfield yesterday altho
he failed to catch it.
Although every one at the game
rooted fine yesterday, if there had
been a prize up .for the best "rooter,"
it would have gone to C. Green. "C,"
as the boys call him, is one of Ocala's

most loyal supporter and is out ev every
ery every practice to help the boys win. Al

though he is now interested in Lake
land every one is glad that he will
not leave us entirely.
' .. ." :"";r.:'
Julias Brown caught a good game
for Ocala yesterday although he
could not throw to second. He also
showed some good fast running and
only by a close decision was he call called
ed called out at second in the ninth inning.
Mr. Gerig and Mr. Hutchinson cer certainly
tainly certainly umpired fairly, showing no
partiality whatsoever. Anyway, if
anyone should happen to think they
were unfair, they had better keep k
to. themselves if they value their
The crowd would have been an
honor to any town Ocala's size, and
no one who left the diamond, could
say they had not seen some things
worth their two-bits.
The boys are by,no means disheart disheartened
ened disheartened by their defeat yesterday and
are only more, anxious to stack up
against Riverside again.
C. Maurer. one'of the noted base
ball men of Jacksonville, will go to
Palatka, to coach the Gem City team
for. future battles on the diamond.
Maurer was with the Riverside team
here 3'esterday, but for some reason
played under the name of Biggs.
jrTooaDiy next Friday will see a
record breaking crowd at the game
and the fans can be sure of seeing a
good fight. J. W. D.
Photos of Flora Finch, Two Keel
Feature, Five Reels, Temple
. Well, now, look at the program,
land see if you can beat it:
"Cutey and the Chorus Girls." A
side-splitting comedy, featuring Flora
Finch, whose photo will be given
iaway tonightT
"One on Willie." Another crack-
erjack comedy.
"The Miner's Justice." A great pic picture
ture picture by the Selig Co,
"The Toll of Fear." A western
two-reel feature, full of snap, one
that will make you sit up and take
Photos of Flora Fipch tonight;
! Twenty-one pounas of granulated
sugar for $1 with purchase of one
dollar's worth of other groceries for
cash ; Saturdays and Mondays only.
J. L. Smith Grocery Co. 6-X3-wlt d2t
Bites or stings of poisonous in insects
sects insects which cause the flesh to' swell
should be treated with DARBY'S
PROPHYLACTIC FLUID. It coun counteracts
teracts counteracts the poison, reduces the swel swelling
ling swelling and quickly eases pain. It is
equally as valuable when applied to
flesh wounds, burns, scalds, cuts or
bruises. It .causes the flesh to heal
over and leaves no disfiguring scar.
Sold by all. druggists. Adv. v
During, my absence, Dr. Harry. J.
Walters will be in charge of my' prac practice.
tice. practice. Dr. E, G. Lindner.
A sprained ankle may as a rule be
cured in form three to four days by
applying Chamberlain's Liniment
and observing the directions with
each .bottle. For sale by all deal dealers.
ers. dealers. Ad ''
Lost, Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Needs
FOR RENT Offices in Holder
building. Apply to Davis & Martin.
FOR RENT My little cottaga at
Woodmar on Lake Weir is for rent,
completely furnished, R. It. Carroll.
FOR RENT A two-story seven?
room house, 78 South Watula street.
Apply to G. J. Blitch. 6-24-6t
hand a lot of second hand buggies
which we will dispose of at very low
prices. They must be sold to make
room for new rigs. Tompkins &
Cobb., Ocala, Fla. 6-20-6t
FOR RENT Three rooms suita suitable
ble suitable lor housekeeping; water, lights
and other conveniences. Address or
apply John Samnia, 302 South Main
street. 6-23-Ct
. FOR RENT My five-room cot cottage
tage cottage on South Third street,-next to
primary school; all modern conven conveniences;
iences; conveniences; possession by i6th. R. R.
FOR SALE Household goods. Ap Apply
ply Apply to No. 304 Alvarez street, corner
Second. G24-5t
FOR RENT: Five or six-room
house on Daugherty street. Apply to
Baxter Cam. 5-31-tf
FOR SALE 6-rooni home ana 4 4-rooin
rooin 4-rooin home; 161120x205 near city hall;
good porches, shrubbery, flowing well;
price, $2000. Take a look at them, 44
N. Sanchez street, then set busy; per perfect
fect perfect title givenw Write me quick. E.
R. Darnoth, 207 Hodges BUg., Detroit,
Michigan. 5-26-lra
FOR SALE 1913 model motor motorcycles
cycles motorcycles and motor boat3 at bargain
prices, all makes, brand ; new machines,-
on easy monthly payments.
Get our proposition before buying or
you will regret it. Also bargains In
used motorcycles. Write us today.
Enclose stamp for reply. Address
ock box 11, Trenton, Mich. 6-9-14t

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

Tlie MiiiiFoe & CbainraMi!


JiOS Osceola Street, Ocala, Fla. PHONE 389. Block Northeast of Postoffico
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 branchei of building.
We Offer to the Trade Lime, Cement, Plaster, Roofing, Sewer ripe," Plumbing and Steam Fitting Supplies and
v Building Brick, Both Common and Pressed. i

Will Soon be Heard in Ocala if Sunny
Jim Has His Way"
Who has not heard of Sunny Jim
Robinson, the smiling, blooming,
good "humored commercial traveler
who takes more interest in railroad
schedules and accomplishes more
than any man in Florida outside of
railroad circles. His efforts and ac accomplishments
complishments accomplishments in securing a better
train service was the means of one
train out of Lakeland being denom denominated,
inated, denominated, "The Sunny Jim," and every everybody
body everybody knows thal certain train by that
name and no other.
Sunny Jim, or more correctly stat stating
ing stating it, Mr. M. E. Robinson, was stop stopping
ping stopping in the city last night at the San
Juan, where he entertained the guests
by his pranks and clever, tricks. He
travels for. the Joseph Rosenheim
Shoe Company, of Savannah, Ga., and
he not only travels but he sells. He
is now working5 to have the Seaboard
train that leaves Orlando in the
morning running to Wildwodd, con continue
tinue continue right on,through to Ocala. He
has succeeded in interesting "the as assistant
sistant assistant general passenger agent, Mr.
Phi'itps, in -tha matter, who will be
here In a few days to investigate and
there is a very strong probability that
Sunny Jim's, labors v will be rewarded
and Orlando have a better train ser service
vice service to Ocala. Orlando Sentinel.
Pnmber, Tinner and Gas Fitter
Hevfn Machine Repairing
Phone 401
We carry a full line or Carter's
inks, India inks in all colors, stamp stamping
ing stamping ink, gold -ink and library paste.
The Court Pharmacy. 6 24 Ct
When your child has whooping
cough be careful to keep the cough
loose and expectoration easy by giv giving
ing giving ChecibsrJain's Cough Remedy as
may be required. Thi3 remedy will
also liquify the tough mucus and
make Jt easier to expectorate. It has
been used successfully in many ep epidemics
idemics epidemics and is safe and sure, for sale
by all dealer. Ai
LOOK A weeklj: newspaper three
years, a monthly magazine three
years, a set of fine postcards and two
beautiful pictures, all for ONE DOL DOLLAR,
LAR, DOLLAR, if I receive your order by July
4th. R. F. Polly, Okahumpka, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. 6-27-lt
There is no need of any one being
troubled with- constipation. Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Tablets will cause an agree agreeable
able agreeable movement of the bowels with without
out without any unpleasant effect. Give them
a trial. For sale by all dealers. Ad.
Washington, June 27. William
J. Harris, of Georgia, was confirmed
as director of the Census yesterday,
in succession to E. Dana Durand.
Republican senators had delayed the
nomination since early in March, but
agreed to confirm it provided Durand
was permitted to hold office until
July 1.
Each age ot our lives has Its Joys.
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
New. 1913 World's Almanac, Just re received;
ceived; received; 35 cents at Ballard's News Newsstand.
stand. Newsstand. Adv. ;
Have your clothes cleaned, pressed
or dyed by Cromer, the dry cleaner.
Telephone 451. 6-23-6t
It now well-known tnat not more
thanone case of rheumatism in ten
requires any Internal treatment
whatever. All that is reeded I? a
free application of Chamberlains
Liniment and massage the parts at
each application. Try H and see how
quickly it will relieve the pain and
Foreness. Sold by all dealers. Ad


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r Agent for a dozen of the best Fire Insurance Companies in the
country. Thoroughly competent to ;are for your insurance business.
I Will be Pleased to Care for Your Business In Any of These Lines.

The friend-vinnii
that Te are making: in our

Will "surdy interest yqu. Co
type cannot do justice to the
extraordinary offerings. Buy-

ing jeveiry nere means
spending money right.
Stvle mav chanffa but
our high quality, low price
standard "of jewelry sell
ing remains fixed. N
Here yea will find
a satisfying
ment ofthe world
fcet productions
in jewelry.
gems, silve
ware, novel
ties, etc
And the
prices are
pet. -. .til;'
l?ave 1
O rvit the
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For Convenience and Economy

Are Useful Applidnces in Every Home.
EL GRILL at $6.25
Boils, Broils Toasts and Fries.
EL PERCO at $7.80
. 7 Cup Electric Coffee Percolator, Most
Economical in use of Electricity. Beauti Beautiful
ful Beautiful Design, Easiest to Clean.
Ocala Plumbing & Electric Co,

The market tormeny Knowu as the
Ollle Mordls Is nor open: Will keep on
and a supply cf fresh meats and fish
Orders by phone will receive prompt
ttentlon. Phone number 315. Come
to the old stand and be treated right
'Yours respectful!?.
An elegrant line ot iawyers' manu
script covers, in any color that could
be desired, just received at the Star
Malaria or Oniiis &
Pre5cr:ptioa No. CSS 12 prepsred espedz''
for f.lALARIA or CHILLS & fZVLfr
Five or six doses will brck cny cose, ex i
if taken then as a tocuc the Fever v. ill na
return. It acts on the liver better thai
Calomel end does not gripe or sicken. 2S

Town property, improved and un unimproved,
improved, unimproved, for sale. Real profit profit-bringing
bringing profit-bringing Investments.
1 Small Farms, Timber Tracts, Or Orange
ange Orange Groves or almost anything you
wish, on terras, to suit.
We have houses for rent or will
take charge of property and collect
the rent, keep up repairs and pay
the taxes.
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If you want a
snappy, spark- j
imp frpTn st nnnr
at a decided price
reduction here's
4 your opportunity.
For your sweetheart mar
ried or otherwise a diamond
solitaire i3 eminently proper.
Nothing better ei &n enst:-
or birthday ring; Surprise Fatbrr.

Husband or Brother with a nice tins'. VV

splendid assortment cf gems in up-to-
thinnest Docket booft.You 1?
If you would Buy, Sell,
Lease or Exchange, see
me at the Courthouse or
write for my bulletin of
summer ba'rgains in
Choice Properties : :
Ocala, Fijorida
Try our Ice cold buttermilk. Re Received
ceived Received daily from the Ocala Heights
Dairy. Gerig's DrusFtore. 6-17-tf





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How many times hve you said, or your friends
said: "I cannot, because I Have Not Got The Money?"
How many' good business chances have had to be
passed up because you did not have the money? "Get
Rich-Quick" speculation is the worst thing a man can
do with" his money. If the enterprise into which some
smooth stranger asks you to put your money where
such a good one he would keep it not sell it to you.
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our customers by giving them Honest Hardware for
their Honest Money, Don't loose your temper using
poor tools. Buy' ours; they are properly tempered.
r Poor tools are a poor investment. Buy our good
tools and make a good investment.

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Undertaker Smith, pn ones 10 & 94.

Palm Beach $9.00 suits at Water Waterman's
man's Waterman's for $8.0 Q. 6-21-6t

Chas. E. Elliott of Candler
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"Big Bill" Anderson Temple, mat matinee
inee matinee and night, tomorrow.- Adr.

Fresh buttermilk every day at the
Postoffice Drugstore. 6-24-tf

See H. A. Waterman, Southern
agent for the famous Hart, Schaftner
& Marx clothLng. f 6-21-6t

Photos of Flora Finch, two-reel
feature, "The Toll of Fear," Temple
tonight. Adv.

July Victor records are just in and
unusually "-fine. Hear them at Lans Lans-ford's,
ford's, Lans-ford's, 6-24-tf.

Photos of Flora Finch, two-reel
feature, The Toll of Fear Temple
tonight. Adv.
Try our Carter's white ink for use
on colored correspondence paper. The
Court Pharmacy. 6-24-6t

See H. A. Waterman, southern
agent for everything for men and
boyp. 6-2 1-6 1

"Big Bill" Anderson Temple, mat matinee
inee matinee and night, tomorrow. Adv.

For tan and sunburn use Dike's
Peroxide Cream it is without an
equal. Court Pharmacy. -6-19-6t

Stop and take a look at Water Waterman's
man's Waterman's windows. 'Then you will learn
how to keep cool this hot weather.
Adv. 6-21-6t

Don't "swat the fly;" let him down
easy. Use Dike's poison fly paper.
Its merits are without an equal. Only
five cents per package at the Court
Pharmacy, 6 24 6t

Photos of Flora Finch, two-reel
feature, "The Toll of Fear," Temple
tonightJ Adv.

Use Dike's Peroxide Cream for tan
and sunburn- good for this hot
weather.- Cooling and .'refreshing.
The Court Pharmacy. 6-24-6t

Frdsh buttermilk -every, day at the

Postoffice Drugstore. 6-24-tf

Mr. Joseptf Malever
from a pleasure trip
Joe went "tishing at

"Hnded a huge tarpon.

bas returned
to Sarasota.

Sarasota, and i

Miss Ella Bogie has a position as
bookkeeper andstenographer for H.
W. Tucker's plumbing and electrical

A force of men under direction of

(Engineer Moorhead, is repairing the

low places on the northeast corner
of the public square.

Pleasant and Profitable Day at the
Ocala Heights Dairy Farm
Yesterday was demonstration day
with Mrs. J. R. Moorhead and her to tomato
mato tomato club s girls. They assembled
under the delightful shade of the
pecan trees near the Ocala Heights
Dairy, where the genial host!?Mr.
Whit worth, had prepared a tabfe for
the noon lunch- plenty of ice water
and everything to make the day a
success. Both canneries had been
placed, fired up and everything in
readiness and the girls f were busy
canning, each taking part in the
work showing they were exemplify exemplifying
ing exemplifying the instructions recei vedunder
the careful supervision of Mrs. Moor Moorhead.
head. Moorhead. After different demonstrations
had been made and many cans filled,
processed and sealed, the ladies be began
gan began to arrange the table for lunch
and you bet it was good. Mr. hit hit-worth
worth hit-worth had brought down two large
cans, one of sweet milk and the other
of buttermilk, nice and cold. Couple
this with, the good fried chicken,
salads and other viands and it was
a splendid lunch.
Quite a number of prominent la ladies,
dies, ladies, members of the Woman's Club,
went out to meet Prof. Vernon of
Gainesville. Each showed a keen
sense of interest in the demonstration
work and how domestic science and
economy can be studied and illustrat illustrated
ed illustrated in and through the efforts of our
tomato club girls.
Mr. Jack McCully, county demon demonstration
stration demonstration agent, who is lining up the
boys in their corn club work, was
quite enthusiastic in the contemplat contemplated
ed contemplated results later on in the year.
It was suggested tor the good la ladies
dies ladies of the club present, among
which were Mrs. Emily Green, Mrs.
G. T. Maughs, Mrs. R. A. Burford,
Mrs. Wm. Hocker, Mrs.- S. T. -Sis-trunk
and others, the getting up of
a nice pennant, or pennants, for the
boys' corn clubs. This wUI be dis discussed
cussed discussed at the next club meeting and
we know that soon there will be
some nice pennants on exhibition at
the Board of Trade rooms to encour encourage
age encourage our boys, as well as those in the
window where the tomato club girls
are making their exhibit. We know

Jlhat when the Woman's Club takes a

matter in hand it Is well done, hence
the boys will soon be the recipients of
pennants to encourage them in their
Too much stress cannot be given
the work of Mr. McCully and Mrs.
Moorhead, and -the Star desires to
emphasize the importance of our
people doing all possible to encour encourage
age encourage the work of each of these repre-

Isentatives. Remember we are mak

ing 'and shaping the lives and char characters
acters characters of those upon whom the fu future
ture future of our country shall depend.
Prof. Vernon's work with both the
corn and tomato clubs is-an excellent
one and he is always welcomed ks he
brings a message of good cheer and

does so much to encourage an

lift all who come In contact with

and the work in which he is engaged.


If you have any Items for thl de department,
partment, department, call Phone lOf.

unohooT Class Picnle

' Mrs. M. E. Washburn delightfully

entertained her Sunday school class
and their visitors., yesterday, with an
all day picnicT jThe ladies brought
their iancyworkt chatting pleasantly
among themselves until the noon
hour, when fAhgstons lunch was
served benelifli the wide-spreading
trees, which was done ample justice
to, by all present and a few absent
ones who were kindly remembered by
the thoughtful hostess.
There were about fifteen states rep
resented ahdnhe'onversatlOh'turned
toward the important topics of the
day, viz: social reform, Sunday school
work, W. C. T. U. and other themes
which were listened to with great de delight
light delight and profit. Indeed, all passed
so pleasantly that some were loath to
leave, remaining to a light evening
repast, after which they took advant advantage
age advantage of Mr. Peabody's generous offer
to the Sunday schools and rested a
while at his popular Ideal on their
way home.
This occasion, so enjoyed by every
one present, was declared to be a
red letter day, and would always re remain;
main; remain; one of the pleasantest of their
remembrance, and Mrs. Washburn
has every reason to believe that her
Sunday school class will take on new
inspiration as a result of this delight delightful
ful delightful social occasion.
Miss Marie van Engelken will be
the guest of Miss Bessie MacKay at
the MacKay home at North Lake
After a visit in Ocala with her
mother, Mrs. J. H. Livingston, Mrs.
B. A. Inglis, of Birmingham, Ala., is
enjoying a visit in Jacksonville as
the guest of her mother-in-law, Mrs.
John L. Inglis, In Riverside. Times Times-Union.
Union. Times-Union. Miss Margaret Hogan of Atlanta
and Miss Clara. Johnson of Ocala are
visiting Miss Mary Skipworth. These
attractive guests will be joined Sat Saturday
urday Saturday by a third, Miss Rosebud
Robinson of Ocala, and will spend
several weeks. The charming young
hostess will give several entertain entertainments
ments entertainments in their honor and a number
of delightful events are planned by
their friends. White Springs items
In Times-Union.
J. A. Rentz, ,tbe well known Ocala
lumber magnate, is in the city today,

And some day you will not have to work so
hard. Having a bank account is a good start
- for a young person towards learning business

ways and acquiring business habits. We es

pecially invite the young people to start

their accounts with us.

ill 1 L J L 1

H. D. STOKES, Cashier.




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We Guarantee to Save You Money on Any Work in Oar Lines
employ aoae bat expert we are !a po!t!oa to gnaraatee ev every
ery every piece of work we coaatroet to taad the Inspection of the enoat
rfKid Inspector. It coat nothing to icet oar flnrea, and yoa are the
wtaaer, whether we aecare the contract or aot. Glre u a trial.



Phone 108, City Market.

Hotel Breakers, Daytona Beach,
will give banquet July 4th at 6 p. m.

iDauco after banquet. Price $1 per
: plate including dance. There will be

fireworks on ocean pier for those who
do not dance. 6-24-6t

Cliff Peabody say he has another
of the good,, clean vaudeville acts
booked for the Ideal next week. Full
particulars will be given in the "Star

young people from Inverness who
motored over from that town yester yesterday
day yesterday to see the ball game.
Mrs. R. R. Carroll and daughter,
Merris, Miss Ellen Clarkson, Mrs.
H. C. Jones and four children, will
leave on the early morning A. C. L.

registered at the Hillsboro. Tampa, train next Wednesday for Jackson-

Tribune. 'mm ville. where thev will sail that after

noon on the new ship Suwanee of the

The following nome folks siiled Merchants & Miners Line, for Balti-

rom Jacksonville yesterday for New mnw Thpv nrlll transfer thoro anrl trn

York on thefeSape: Mr. and Mrs. T. via another shib of the same line to

Drake, Master Drake, Miss Emma Providence, r. i.t and from there via.

Cannons, MiwS. C. Cannons, Miss rail to Boston and on to North Wood-

Ethel BorlancLMiss Louise Borlstod, stock, one of the most beautiful snots

in tne neart or tne unite Mountains


It la impossible to EXPLAIN the
merits of the "Modart" corset, but
one made to order will give comfort,
grace, ease a Ad style. A ?3.50 model
Is now out. Mrs. B. M. Hunt, phone

111. 6-13-tf

Owing to the slow progress that
Mrs. Coleman is making toward re

covered health. Rev. W. H. Coleman

will not be in Ocala for next Sunday,
but expects to be here the following

Hotel Breakerg, Daytona Beach; a
new hotel; has all modern conven conveniences;
iences; conveniences; fronts on Ocean just south
of ocean pier. Rates $2.50 per day
and upwards. Special rates by the
week or month. We make a special specialty
ty specialty of sea food dinners Thursday even evenings
ings evenings and Sunday noon, C-23-tf

The following program will be giv given
en given by the Metropolitan Band this
evening at'8:l5:
VStar Spangled Banner."
March, "The Sparkler" E. G. Al Allen.
len. Allen. Walzles, "Genii" (from the Soul
Kiss) M. Levi.
Flower song, "Hearts and Flow Flowers"
ers" Flowers" Theo M. Tabani.
Selection from the opera, "Martha"
Flotow Ar. by F. J. St. Clair.

March, "Panama Guards" James


Medley overture, "The Monarch"

W. C. O'Hare.

Intermezzo two-step, "The Indian

Trail" E. Delamater.
Overture, "From Dawn to

light" C. W. Bennett.
A. E. Gerig, Director.
- Mr. Frederick Hocker todays

tered the law office of Mr. H. M

Hampton in this city. Between his

distinguished father and elder
brother, Mr. Hocker was brought up

in a legal atmosphere, which rein

forced by a splendid education at
the highest institution of the state,

and with the practical training he

will receive in his preseat position,

will beyond a. deubt put him in the
front rank of his profession at no

distant- day.

Mrs. James B. Borland.

mt. uernaTtr-Ko

rom a visit to his father, Judge J. C

B, Koonce at Bushnell.

Mr. and Mrs. John Leitner and
amily, after a few weeks most de-

Ightfully spent at Lake Weir, return

ed home yesterday afternoon.

Mrs. Edward Badger is in Tampa,

called there on account of the illness

of her little granddaughter, Tilly

Moyers. If the little girl is suffi

ciently Improved on Saturday the

famUywi4I-st5"to,nhe--4iills of Vir-

ginfa to spend the summer.





' The Riverside ball team register registered
ed registered at the Harrington as' follows:
James Jennings, Jack Spottswood, R.
S. Jones, H. M. Lumsden, H. M. Pur-,
cell, V?. H. Hunnicutt, W. J. Sylves Sylvester,
ter, Sylvester, Harry Anderson, C. Maurer, J.
Mack, B. Fennetty and L. Burpree.

Photos of Flora Finch, two-reel

feature, "The Toll of Fear," Temple

tonight, Advt

Photos of Flora Finch, two-reel
feature, "The Toll of Fear," Temple
tonight. Atv,



"Keep cool" get one of those $5
"men suits at Waterman's for ?2.50
-Adv, -21-6t

Enjoy outdoor life without tan and

freckles. Rexall cold cream Insures

your complexion. Get it at Gerig's

Erugstores. 6-17-tf

Tonight two educational pictures

will be run at the Ideal in' which

some very instructive things will be

shown one the laying of a marine

cable and the other is a wonderful

picture showing the motion of fast

moving pictures, the pictures bein
taken a3 fast as twelve hundred

minute and then shown at about one

hundred a minute, so the objects wil

appear to be moving very slowly

when in fact they are moving so fast
that the human eye cannot follow


"Big Bill" Anderson Temple, mat

inee and night, tomorrow. Adv.

Block's Graham
20c per lib.

We are carrying a very com

plete stock of Frank E.
Block's Crackers and Cakes
in bulk and packages.

All 10c packages 3 for 25 cts,

all 5c packages 6 for 25 cts.
There is none better than


Mr. and Mrs.E. M.

of New Hampshire. Mrs. Harry

returned clarkson, daughter Lillian and the

baby, little Harry, went several
days- ago via the) Clyde Line to New
York and from there to Connecticut,
where they will remain wTith rela relatives
tives relatives until the other members of the
party arrive at North Woodstock,
and will then join them. The party
has leased a large furnished bunga bungalow
low bungalow for the season and will remain
there four months. Mrs. Carroll and
Merris spent part of last summer at
North Woodstock and thought it the
most beautiful and delightful spot
they visited.
Miss Hallie Lancaster of Forsythe,
Ga., a charming young lady, Is visit-


George C. Looney has agreed to
prepare some boys for the Tech.'
School of Georgia.
This requires perfect work In Algf.,"
Geom. and Plane Trig, with Physics.
I can teach this work during our
vacation, (2 to 2i hrs. a. m. a day)
If the boys can master It as I teach.
Rates In class $10 a scholar a month,
advance. Private lessons $1 an hour.
(This is the way to get it all per perfectly):
fectly): perfectly): I take great pains in explaining
and in this way boys advance very
rapidly and reviews make them thor thorough.
ough. thorough. 6-27-lt G. C. Looney.


Rev. W. J. Krago will occupy the
pulpit at the Methodist church at 11
a. m. Sunday. No preaching at night.
Other services of the week as usual.
No preaching the following Sunday.

Officer Fomby of the city police
found a revolver some weeks ago,
and again notified the owner' to come
and prove his property.


Office Telephone 78
Residence Telephone 493
Adv. 6-18-tf

Mrs. S. S. Duval and son, Charles",

i The county judge has Issued a
marriage license to Mr. August M.
Smith and Miss Sallie R. Anderson,
a young couple of the northwest cor corner
ner corner of the county.



I. Howard expect

o leave on the seventh oi July tor a

delightful trip north, going first to lu 1S3 w,u"ue nuus

Dr. Howard's hme in jQhampaign,
111., for anindefimle "visit.

fare yjiHtng- wraj iv. siaugnier

Mr. W. W. .Harriss left last nigitjat Levon this week.

for Indian Springs for a fewdays' BJg Bill" Anderson Temple, mat-

rest and recreation, f Miss .Myrtle uranger or -Mcmtosn inee and night, tomorrow. Adr.

is the guest offier cousin, Miss Myrtle

Miss Bettie Wray Mclver Came in Brinson until jtfter the Fourth. I DR. W. K. LANE Specialist Eye,

this morning from Idlewild, where! wo aou inroai. umce iaw

;h i summerine. for a few hours 3ir"mna-Jarsii-.lloianra8:e ieit l LiiDrary uuuamg, ucaia. aqv.

shopping. today, for Tampa, St. Petersburg and

other points for a few days pleasure.

An unexpected development or

mAnsiPs Stained Mrs. C. T. Hodffes Miss Ulad3rs btewart or jackson-

and family from leaving last night ville, is visiting Miss Elizabeth Atkin Atkin-for
for Atkin-for Salisbury, where, they expect to son at "the home of her sister, Mrs. T.

spend the summer. w. urown, angwitremainin vcaia

several weeks.

Dr. S. H. Blitch and family of

Blltchton were ardent rooters at thejMiss Artye Marlowe, an accom-

ball game yesterday afternoon. fplished and "charming young lady,

formerly -of Blitehton. later of Ocala,
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Hampton took and for tbe jst few years a
their guests, Mrs. HamDton's parents. dent of Jacksonville, was married
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Carlton of Area- yesterday at the First Presbyterian
dia, to Gainesville today in their cr, churcn in that dty to Mr james

where they spent the day. In the afHlstevens strickiand.
ernoon Mr. and Mrs. Carlton left forjX.

Emory, Va., where one of their sons M isN a Brook--ra.S the charm charm-is
is charm-is at college. They will sperid a month ing hostess of the Junior W. C.
there and then go to Waynesville, N. t. U. Thursday evening at the home
C., for the remainder of the summer, 0f her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Mr. and Mrs. Hampton will return h. Brooks. A large number of mem-

late this afternoon from the Univer- Ders were In attendance and after
sity City. Mr. Carlton is a very sue-the regular routine of business de-

cessful orange grower of Arcadia andjiicious sandwiches with ice tea were

is quite prominent In the business af- served.

fairs of his county.

Mrs. J. W. Robinson and daugh-

Miss Florence Samson gave an in- ter, Mis3 Edith Robinson and two

formal party, at her home on Wenonaj brothers, Mr. Sam Robinson and Mr.
street last evening and quite a num-jesse L. Robinson with' his winsome

ber of young people were present.Jand charming bride of Lady Lake,
The lawn was beautifully lighted! motored over thi3 morning and

with Japanese lanterns arid the eve- spent almost delightful day picnic-

ning was pleasantly spent outside in ing at Silver Springs and otherwise
social games. Then refreshments enjoying the pleasures of that evef

were served and soon the guests de- popular and beautiful resort.

parted conscious of an evening joy

fully spent. .: I Little Jeannette McRea is the lat-

jest victim of whooping cough

Messrs. Bailey and Vincent and

Misses Frances Young and Llllle "Big Bill Anderson Temple, mat

Morrison, formed a- party of clever J inee and night, tomorrow. Adv.

For Florida, local rains tonight or


'N.IIuyler's the best and ever fresh
candy -will win her any time; but
themonth of Jane in this beautiful
Southland now ablooir with roses,
lends a more appropriate time to
score In "lore making.
See our refrigerator candy case

filled with

and just tell the cleric "her address.

T. W. Troxler
The Confectioner, Phone 375

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Until a short time ago, scarcely
one person in a thousand had
ever tasted a really good soda
cracker as it came fresh and
crisp from the oven
ITow everybody can know and.
enjoy the crisp goodness of
fresh baked soda crackers with without
out without going to the baker's oven.
Fneeda Biscuit bring the bak bakery
ery bakery to you.
A food to live on. Stamina for work workers.
ers. workers. Strength for the delicate. Give
them to the little folks. Five cents.


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A Romance of tho


Giudo von Horvatb
and Dean Hoard


Ooprrtgbt, 1913, bj V. O. Chapman in I tie United
&U.ta aud tircax Britain.

- In the Master Workshop.

The following day was a long one
for Astra; nope, joy and the expecta expectation
tion expectation of .seeing the man who was able
to do so much made her, restless.
Shortly before noon a report came

from the Z ray generating station ad advising
vising advising that a peculiar vibration seemed
to be forcing the rayS" backward. Oi
ders were given to establish the new
Z zone, also to watch for further dis disturbances
turbances disturbances and, after a lapse of six
hours, to remove the first-line of re resistance,
sistance, resistance, leaving the new Z ray to
meet the Invaders.
Astra was happy indeed when she
descended to the library to await Na Napoleon's
poleon's Napoleon's arrival. As the hands of the
chronometer pointed to ten, she list
ened Intently. The main door was
opened just as the clock gave forth
Its tinkling warning. A moment later
Napoleon Edison was admitted to the
library and Astra hurried toward him
with welcoming hands.
She saw at a glance that his healthy
bronze complexion was gone and that
he was thinner. She also noted the
unfamiliar clothes he was wearing.
"1 am so glad that you have come
at last!" were her first words.
"I have longed to come, Mies Pru Prudent,
dent, Prudent, but I was detained In a prison,
where I had everything but liberty."
"Please be seated; you must be
weary after your long trip." She led

him to a chair and took a seat oppo opposite.
site. opposite. "There has not been, since
your visit here, that I have not longed
for some news from you. And you,
all-the time, were in prison."
Edison said: "I crossed the isolator
in my aerodromone, ascending thou thousands
sands thousands of feet to get over. -My assist
ant engineer, Santos Duprel, was with
me; we landed. o the deserted Zug
pltze, in Germany. I alone descend descended
ed descended on skiis to Partenkirchen, where I
purchased European clothes. Duprel
and I were In constant communication
with each other until my imprison imprisonment,
ment, imprisonment, which xame so quickly that I
had no chance to advise him. I had
the honor, before I was confined, to
meet his majesty, the Emperor of Ger Germany,
many, Germany, the Prince of Wales and, above
all, the Count von Werdenstein, who
is the real ruler of Europe,
"Are your plans for our defense for formulated?"
mulated?" formulated?" Astra asked.
"I will, with your permission, tell
them in a more detailed ( manner at
the workshop. I hope you will ac accompany
company accompany me there as soon as you
can," "'
,T am ready to go at any time; only
you know I cannot leave the capital
for a long period. Besides, I must
lay a decided plan of action before
the continental congress meets, day

after tomorrow. Where is your plant?"
He 'looked at her in surprise, but all
he could see In her face was frank
expectation, and Inf a measured, voice
he said:
"On the Island of Ciryne."
"Cirynith!" whispered Astra.
"At last you have spoken the word!"
said Napoleon eagerly. "The word I
have been expecting to hear you say."
Astra looked at Napoleon question question-Ingly;
Ingly; question-Ingly; evidently there was something
back of this that she was supposed to
know. Napoleon read her thoughts :
"Miss Prudent, I wlir enlighten you.
When I discovered the element of
which your ring is made I came to
your father. He. was a friend "and
teacher. When your father realized
the value of my discovery and saw
the far-reaching possibilities of this
wonderful metal he gave me full In Instructions,
structions, Instructions, and I based my further
experiments on them.
"His prophetic eoul foresaw the
vents that are now upon us, and he
was anxious to know the results of
my experiments. Three days before
his death I received a letter from him.
I had just returned from the trial trip
of my. aerodromone. I was intoxicated
with my success. The American
Eagle, my first aerodromone, was a
marvel, but I will come to that later. I
hurried to the capital as eoon as I
read your father's letter, but was too
late! How happy he would hare been
to know that I had won, that no nation
can destroy the work ot his lifetime."
Napoleon's voice softened to a whis whisper.
per. whisper. "But his last letter told me that
you would be instructed toxgo to the
Island of Ciryne and that, when I met
you, you would greet me "with the
word you have Just spoken, 'Cirynith,'
the name I have given to this ele element."
ment." element."
Astra's eyes filled with tears. The
memory of the last hour of her fathejr
returned to her In its smallest detail,
and then she told Napoleon how the
dying man had tried to tell her every everything,
thing, everything, but that the shock caused by
the message from Count von Werden Werdenstein
stein Werdenstein had killed him before he could
do so, though with his last strength
he had written, In shaking letters, the
word: "Cirynith."
"I cannot tell what he said about
you," finished Astra, smiling at Napo Napoleon
leon Napoleon through her tears. "All I can say
Is that I am very happy today, for you
have come."
Her expressive eyes told even more,
and Napoleon Edison felt that he was
amply rewarded for the services he
had rendered, not for the girl he
loved, but for the country they both
"I have one favor to ask, your excellency!"-
"Whatever it is, I will grant it in ad advance."
vance." advance." (Continued Tomorrow)

Cotton .Plant, June 23. The pic picnic
nic picnic at Turner Pond last Friday was
quite a pleasant affair. A jolly
crowd was presnt and all seemed to
enjoy the day.

Mrs. C. R. Veal left Saturday for
Ocala to siend a few days with her
sister, Mrs. L M. Reynolds, who is

sick. 'V.;--' r

Mrs. L C. Bell left Saturday for
proom, where she will spend a few
days. Prom there she will go to Ft.
Green for a visit to "her brother and
sister-in-law, Mr. .and Mrs..: W. M.
Barco. .. ...
Miss Alia Beck spent Saturday and
Sunday here the guest of Miss Car Carrie
rie Carrie Barco.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Veal and Mr.
and Mrs. Harroun came up Sunday
morning in their car and attended
Sunday school, Messrs. Veal and
Harroun returning in the afternoon.
Mrs. Veal and Mrs. Harroun will
spend several weeks here with rel relatives.
atives. relatives. Mr. Neueomb Barco of Arcadia,

up Sunday for a few days,'.

w. c. t. tr.

(Continued from First Page)


stay. ..- I

Mrs. Mollie Smith was a Tery pleas-

And yet -how shall I say? I was
lighted up; I was feeling "good" r I
was pleasantly jingled.
- "When the women get the ballot
they will vote for prohibition," I
said.. "It is the wive3 and sisters and
mothers, and they only,- who will
drive the nails into the coffin of
John Barley corn
I outlined my life to Charmain and
expounded the make-up of my con constitution.
stitution. constitution. I was no hereditary alco alco-holic.
holic. alco-holic. I. had been born with no or organic,
ganic, organic, chemical predisposition to toward
ward toward alcohol. In this matter Lwas
normal in my generation. Alcohol
was an acquired taste. It had been
painfully acquired. Alcohol had
been a dreadfully repugnant thing
more nauseou's than any physic
Even now I do not like the the taste
of It. I drank it only for.its "kick."
And from the age of five to that of
twenty-five I had not jearned to care

for its kick. Twenty years of unwil unwilling
ling unwilling apprenticeship had been required

to make my system rebelliously tol-

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ant caller in Cotton Plant Tuesday jerant-of alcohol; to make me, in the
afternoon. j heart and the depths of me, desirous
Mr. Jack McCulley was calling on of alcohol.

his "corn club boys" in Cotton Plant

Mr. C. R. Veal was a business visi visitor
tor visitor to Ocala Monday.


LrfM-al DrugKfwt AVho Sell I)xlAOtiM
Mvrr Tone Guarantee It to Take
the IMaee of Calomel

. I sketched my first contacts with
alcohol, told of my first intoxications
and revulions and pointed out al always
ways always the one thing that in the end
had won me over namely, the acces acces-sibilitty
sibilitty acces-sibilitty of alcohol. Not only had it
been accessible, but every interest of
my developing life had drawn me to
It. A newsboy on the streets, a sail sailor,
or, sailor, a miner, a wanderer in far lands

If your liver is not working Just always where men came together to

right, you do not need to take a chance exchange ideas, to laugh and. boast
on getting knocked allout by a dose and dare, to relax,-to. forget the dull
of calomel. Go to the Court Pharmacy itoil of tiresome nights and days al al-where
where al-where Dodson's Liver Tone Is sold, and j ways 4hey came together over alco alco-tay
tay alco-tay 50 ctnts for a large bottle. ToUjhol. The saloon was the place of con con-will
will con-will get a harmless vegetable remedy gregation. iien gathered to it as
that will start your Tver without vlo- j primitive men "gather about the fire
lence, and if it does not give complete!of the Squatting-place. or the fire at
satisfaction "the druggist will refund the mouth of the cave,
your money with a smile. "Xne pajnt is j concluded mv ser
if you buy a bottle of Dodson's Liver :mon, "that it is the accessibility of
Tone for your self or ybur children, j alcohol that has given .me the taste
you have insured your family relief : for alcohol. I did not care for It. I
from attacks of constipation, bilious- j usej to laugh at it. Yet here I am,
ne5s, lazy liver; and headache. It is asat the last, possessed with the drink drink-beneficial
beneficial drink-beneficial andMe for children as forjer-s desire. It took twenty years to
adults. A bottle of Dodson's Liver impiant that desire; and for ten years
Tone Is something every man or -worn- more that desire had grown. And
an should keep in the house. Your,the effect of satisfvine: that desire is

money Is safe because you can return anything but good. Temperament-






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Where are
the Capitals.

They are before you
under your fingers,
ready to imprint them themselves
selves themselves on the paper at
a single stroke, if your
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the bottle if it falls to satisfy. Adv. 2


There will be a picnic at Carter's
Pond July 10th. Everybody invited
to come with well filled baskets. Re Refreshments
freshments Refreshments will be sold for the ben benefit
efit benefit of buying a new .organ for the
church. Committee.



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Optometry Office and Laboratory
9 to 12 a. m., 1:30 to" 4:20 p. m.

ally I am wholesome-hearted and
merry. Yet when I walk with John
Barleycorn I suffer all the damna damnation
tion damnation of intellectual pessimism." But,"
I hasten to add -I always hasten to
add "John Barleycorn must have
his due. He does tell the truth.
That is the curse of it. The so-called
truths of life are not true. They ae
the vital lies by-which life lives, and
John Barleycorn gives them the lie."
"Which does not make toward
life," Charmain said.
"Very true," I answered. "And
that is the perfectest hell of it. John
Barleycorn makes toward death.
That is why I voted for the amend

ment today. I read back Jn my life

and saw how the accessibility of al

cohol had given me the taste for it.

You see comparatively few alcoholics

are born in a generation. And by

; alcoholics I mean a man whose chem chem-listry
listry chem-listry craves alcohol and drives him

j resistlessly to it The great majority
I of habitual drinkers are born not

"..iii!U!!;)"inn;i'.., ' :

:'-"uuniiimii j

.only without desire for alcohol, but

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vniu auiuai rei'ugnaiictj luwaru tL

! Not the first, or the twentieth, or the

Rooms 2-C Gary BuliaiBg. Ocala, F jthpm the Ukiug Dut they learnedi

, .just as men learn to smoke; though

It is up to you to look at. Water

man a summer suit ana nat win

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Funeral Directors,
Undertakers and Enibaimeis
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes

O. E. MctVER and C. Y. ROBKRT8
Funeral Directors
U Work Done ty liicensed Kid Kid-baliners
baliners Kid-baliners and Fully Guiranteed.

I. K. M elver
C. V. Roberts.
Undertaking Office

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ni is iar easier to learn to smoKe man

' a t ... .1 i rr t.. l i l

cause alcobpl was so accessible. The
women know the game. They pay

for it the wives and sisters and

mothers.- And when they come to

vote they will vote for prohibition.
And the best of it is that there will

be no hardship worked'on the coming

generation. Not having access to al

cohol, not being predisposed toward
alcohol, it will never miss alcohol. It
will mean life more abundant for the

t manhood of the young boys born and

brought up aye, and life more abun abundant
dant abundant for the young girls born and

(growing up to share he lives of the

....... .101 1 young men. jacK L.onoon, in sat

urday Evening Post.

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Skin of Pimples on Cheeks,
Temples, Sides cf Nose
and Chin.

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Let S.S. S.
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Acne attacks the glandular structure
of the skin, more particularly those
tiny glands that secrete fat.
And it is her? that S. S. S, the famous
blood purifier is mo.t active in its
There la one Ingredient in S. S. S.. the
purpose of which it is to stimulate the
cells in the tissues that they select
from the blood the nutriment that
makes new skin and thus eliminates
all irritants, acids and parasites that
inflame the grlands. There is,a natural
tendency of the fine network of blood
vessels in the skin to throw off impuri impurities,
ties, impurities, but where a persistent Inflamma Inflammation
tion Inflammation process has invaded the kin, the
natural repair v.-ork of the blood Is In Interfered
terfered Interfered with.' 1trequir?3 the stimu stimulating
lating stimulating activity of. S. 5. to overcome
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c-f a cure..
You can gtt P. S. S. in any drug
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your blood condition is such that you

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freelv, -address the Medical Dept., The
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Atlanta, Ga.

The Man Who Made Money Out of It.
Under the above headlines we
quote the following from Collier's
"On Christmas night a negro in
Washington, D. C. committed the
most hineous crime in the world un under
der under circumstances so revolting that
the mere allusion to it is painful.
When the prisoner was' arraigned the
next day and the court made formal
demand that he plead, he replied, ac according
cording according to the account in the Wash Washington
ington Washington Times:
" 'I just don't know how to plead.'
"Did you do this act or not?' In Inquired
quired Inquired Clerk Sebring, severely.
" 'I drunk so much liquor that
night I don't remember, replied the
prisoner, cowering before the gaze
of the court and those about him.
"Our idea: of effective journalism
would be for the Times to have its
reporters investigate just what
brand of liquor this negro drank,
find out the manufacturer and print
his photograph and name, .with the
simple legend: This is the man who
profited by crime. The man, of

course, would turn out to be a highly

respectable citizen of Louisville, or
Baltimore or some other of the great
whisky manufacturing centers; at
the very moment when the tragedy
that he stimulated was blighting a
family in Washington he was sitting
snugly and happily at the head of
his Christmas tablet surrounded by
his family whom he iceeps secure
from crime with" all the safeguards
that money can provide.
"If it might be followed up and in investigated
vestigated investigated carefully as to the results,
we wonder how many similar cases
result each jear from the drinking

of the annual output of forty-five
millions of gallons of whisky from
our Kentucky distilleries."

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L. D. JONES, C. A.,

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from this and other states. Dr. E. W.
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7: 13 om .Santos . . 9:30 p.m.

7:21 aan . lielleview . 9:41 p.m.


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