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00ALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, JUNE 30, 1913
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ESS IB PIE
Only to be Made by Sincere Efforts
for the I'ni verbal Awakening
The following "thoughtfully -con-
ceivua ana wen-written article was
pigmented by the red mouth of the j banner of the "Prince of Peace" pa pa-guillotine,
guillotine, pa-guillotine, made the rights of man raded as the symbol of bloody war
possible, .not only in Paris, in France, land for all that war stands for its
but throughout the modern world." j atrocities, its sorrows, its dessolation
So long as arguments of this kind land its heart-aches. Frank Harris, in
prev ail the: red flag of war will tri triumph
umph triumph over the white flag of peace.
" The trouble is, the followers of the
Prince of Peace" are untrue to their
the contribution, of Mr. F. E. Harris, professions of faith; they breathe the
elitor of the Oeala Banner, to the spirit of war more than, the spirit of
Tami.'a Times .during the .recent peace they cry peace but act war.
meeting of the"' Florida Presa Asso-1 Wars are the outcome of greed and
elation: v ; j selfishness the desire of one nation
H is a Ktrangel anomaly. that fn a f to despoil neighboring nations; to exr
land and am j'jg'a people who detail tend its own dominion, power and em em-on
on em-on all occap.ion.i t'. call their le-de? j pire, : ...
the "Prince of -Peace" that one who War stands as the antithesis, of ev ev-sincerely'
sincerely' ev-sincerely' and V earnestly advocates erything that Christ stood for, yet is
peace mu?-t set hfinself in opposition : upheld, popularized and made possi-
a .1 : s .1 i. : l.t t 't s 11 ...
u(u uy ais louowers.
to a long line of traditions reaching
back to Biblical t.irros. wiiere !'$; lot lot-lowers
lowers lot-lowers otthjs i4$&r, proudly brevet breveted
ed breveted as tb'o ,:Prin'c4 tof.-P.iace," have all
along ivorshipped at the shrine ot red-handed,-
bloody; war. ,'
In a late issue' 6 the Atlanta Jo lr lr-pal
pal lr-pal Smith ClaytoV; sas
War .is as -old as the world.
"War will eml with the end of '.he
When "Christian people become im imbued
bued imbued wTith the Quaker spirit and shall
fight the war spirit with the same zeal
as they fight Satan, wars will soon
become unpopular and will cease.
If today ,all the Christian, churches
would unite and with one accord ear earnestly
nestly earnestly and devoutly preach peace and
j refuse to tolerate or justify war on
vlt' matters not who sings paeans of any deceptive plan whatever, the
whltA pmhtm nf n(i9PA wAnlrl ennn
covrer the earth as the waters cover
the seas. : ; r -. ....
peace. -v .
"The eagles of -war haVo, always
plumed their pinions for bloody night.
And always will. :
"Such is, the teaching of historr in
every age- and that is all that the
world lias:' to learn from. And the
. teaching ,ot history is simply the re repeating'
peating' repeating' ot history.
"Just as wars in Greece made tie
fierce democracy possible; just as re religion
ligion religion a-wars ja.' Europe made religious
liberty possible; just as wars in Home
made Julius Caesar possible, and his
-conquest of Gaul made France possi possible.
ble. possible. ..
"So the red hand of the people, sup-
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The way to get peace is lo go for
it and to go for it as if you meant it.
A man generally gets what he goes
searching for as it is with individu individuals,
als, individuals, so it Is with nations. V K-
That time has not yet arrived, nor
will it ever 'arrive,-when one shall go
into hi3 garden and gather figs from
Every tree, plant and flower; every
insect,, fish -and fowl, are as true to
their kind today as when the world
.. ... .
was first created,
Whether, the Mosaic or Darwinian
theory be true; whether the world wa3
created or evolved, the law holds good
that like begets like.
A nation does not erect altars, dis
tribute anthems, songs ah(J praclama
tions of -peace, If it is in search of
war; it does not. establish military
schools mobilize armies, manufacture
gunppwder and the missiles and the
armaments of war, if it wants to tyead
in the paths of peae.
If education were compulsory and
universal i if only peace were preach
ed from the pulpits; if wars were not
pictured with a false and deceptive
glamour;, if the. exploits ofr th,e sol soldier
dier soldier vere pqt extolled and glorified;'
if an inhibition were placed upon the
manufacture, of, gunpowder and guns,
dreadnaughts and. explosives, war and
the spirit of war would end.
' Mr. David Starr Jordan, president!
of the LeJand Stanford University, is
not the only thinker who attributes
the cause of th.p .high cost of living
to our military expenditures. Lloyd Lloyd-George,
George, Lloyd-George, the British chancellorof the
exchequer, and statesmen all over the
world, are conscious of the sam4 fact
and when occasion offers, make the
same statements. .
' Exclusive of pensions and the In Interest
terest Interest on war debts, It is estimated
that the expenditures of all nations
for military' establishments are grow growing
ing growing at a rate to make the annual ap, ap,-prqprirttons
prqprirttons ap,-prqprirttons by 120 reach the enor enormous
mous enormous sum of five billions, five hundred
millions of dollars a sum bigger, than,
the average mind can gp
If these expenditures were devoted
to; productive enterprises and useful
employments things that wouki fcti
helpfyl to the people, what immense
benefits would follow.
They would soon surfa.ee the globe
with good roads and erect school hous
es so thick that ignorance woul$
no hiding place in any part of the
earth. With every man and woman
engaged in some productive .occupa
tion the wqrh would have an attuid attuid-3
3 attuid-3 nee, and plenty would prevail in ev
But we cannot expect the peace j
crop to be large so long as we picture
war in glittering robes and deceptive
eolbrs, and forever extoll the man in
We gather what we sow. Like be begets
gets begets like. If we teach arms, we must
Is it not a trevesty on our religion
when, at this very moment every
Christian nation is an armed encamp encampment
ment encampment bristling with guns and bayo bayonets,
nets, bayonets, and ready at a moment to have
the whole world trembling with the
tread of armies?
Some may be eady to pronounce
Mr. William J, Bryan's course during
the past sixteen years a wonderfully
sinuous one but all we think, will
agree that through all the shifting
scenes of his political career he has
stood out resolutely and firmly for
universal peace, and it occurs to us
that his proposal to the powers, meet meeting
ing meeting with the endorsement of President
f Wilson, can but merit the approval of
all right-thinking, patriotic. God-fearing,
We believe that Mr. Bryan will re retire
tire retire from the secretary of state's of office
fice office leaving an imprint upon the world
as no other occupant of that office has
ever done.. : v.
Under his potential and powerful
influence the movement for universal
peace is gathering strength in all
lands and wrewould fain believe will
bear such-riei fruit that the time Is
not far distant when peace will con
quer and we shall see no more the
President Wilson Has Appointed
Dozen Florida Men to Fill
Washington,' June 29. The pres
ident has sent the following appoint
ments of deputy collectors In Florida
Tampar George I. Morris, -(acting
in charge). .
Key West John P. Cushing.
Pensacola Bruce S. Weeks.
Fernandina Scott M, Thompson.
Miami X. T. Ferris.
St. Augustine Edward R. Joyce.
Boca Grande J.. H. Shermer.
Cedar Key- J. B. Ambrose.
Port Inglis R. A. Alfred.
Apalachicola K. R. Bobbitt.
Carabelle Richard L. Rogers.
St. Augustine -Morton Ryhearson.
Tt will be noted that the name of
Mr. Morris is sent as "acting in
charge." This is taken to mean that
a permanent deputy collector for
Tampa will be made at a later-date,
and it is practically certain that the
name of Col. J. D. Calhoun will be
Tampa Geo. IL. Morris.
LANDED AT LAST
Charlie Priggers Submitted His Xeck
to the Matrimonial Yoke
Mr. Charlie Driggers, after fool fool-us
us fool-us up a few times about getting
married, and having some fun about
it, got in earnest last Sunday eve evening,
ning, evening, and in company with Miss Ina
Stapp, Miss Ethel Reece and others,'
motored down to Bushnell, spent
some time with the jud.ge and he "and
Miss Ina Stapp returned' to Oxford
"brid and groom." Berth parties
are of Oxford, having known each
other all their lives, and they are
still among us, receiving -the con
gratulations of their many friends,
and it is to be b,oped that the launch
ing ef this matrimonial boat will ter
minate in nothing but happiness and
success on its woaldrbe long and
prosperoug voyage.- Oxford item in
SKIDDOOED TO THE SWAMP
. Dr. R., C, Ibbard, Judge J. C. B.
Koonce and Bernard- Koonce went
over to Mabel Tuesday morning, the
judge being called thrp by a ele
gram to Uld an inquest. It appears
that a negro woman on Monday
night at Shore's BawraiH Pear Mabel,
killed a ngro man by sticking a
knife Into his heart. She managed
to make her escape to a nearby
swamp.- Bushnell Times.
DEAFNESS CAXNOT BE CURED
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the disease portion of the ear,
Thertis paly one way to cure deaf
ness, and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by ad
inflamed coiditipn o,i the mucous lin
ing cf the Eustachian Tube. When
this tube is inflame you have
rumbling SQuad or imperfect hearing
and when it i3 entirely ciQged, deaf deafness
ness deafness is the result, and unless the In-
flammatieti can be taken out and this
tube restored to its normal condition,
hearlrig will be dcatyoyed forever;
nine csps out of ten are caused by
catarrh, which is nothing but an in inflamed
flamed inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces.-
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu
J. F. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio
Sold bv druggists, 75 cents.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con constipation.
stipation. constipation. Ad
Set All Other Counties of Florida by
Lake in Appointing an Agricul Agricultural
tural Agricultural Adviser
Editor Star: Reading this week's
ssue of the Courier, printed in Plant
City, a town, that carries many sweet
memories for me, having lived among
her good people for nearly four
years, endears them and their every
n teres t to me and my special
friend Wayne Thomas editor and
manager of the Courier- and a more
genial and better fellow can't be
found, he's the "right stuff' and
gives his readers a clean sheet. I
found two" -splendid articles; one
'Liming the land" .the other "plant
ing legumes irom the pen or Jack
county. I know "Jack" he's there
with the goods and I take off my hat
to Lake county and "Jack." Think of
it yeomanry of the great county of
Marion. The first county in the
great state of Florida to begin a work
that counts, that gets results, that
puts a stress on agricultural advant advantages,
ages, advantages, that is an inducement to the
home seeker to look to that county
and section that is prepared to give
advice and has an expert" to aid her
farmers in? making good. I want to
mpress on the great county of Mar
ion with more than a million and a
quarter of acres of good land, situat situated
ed situated in the best part of the state, her
climatic conditions, her agricultural
advantages unexcelled, wealth of re resources,
sources, resources, prosperous people splendid
bank deposits; more than 45,000 peo-
plQ within her confines and yet her
sister county Lake forging ahead a
county agricultural adviser. What
If the matter? Rally men and let us
get so busy that another month will
not roll by, but what Marion county
will have a man in the field. There
should be a fund raised quickly, our
county commissioners should re
spond by taking the initiative and
let us put Marion where she belongs,
in the lead the ."Banner". county-
statistics already show what our ag
ricultural resources are, what' our
cattle hog raising dairyingpoul
try fine horses and mules; and when
you begin to enumerate our farm pro products,
ducts, products, the yield per acre the splendid
rainfall, topography of our section,
good roads splendid soil, without
need of drainage excellent trans
portation facilities and all the other
advantages that you all kndw we
possess; warrants me in urging our
people to act on this important mat
ter, let us be able' to publish to the
outside world that our county is in
the forefront, and every farmer com
ing here will be cared, for, aided and
guided in selection of good tillable
lands shown how to. get the best re results,
sults, results, encouraged so there can be no
failures. We must wake up; or soon
we will see other sections of Florida
reaping what justly belong to us
getting more settlers and encourag encouraging
ing encouraging industries, .let our people stop
and think. How can we best do these
things reach the goal? The best
way Is to join your business organ!
zation; become a member of -the
Board of Trade, attend its meetings,
take an active part, co-operate, help
to shape lier policies be a member of
her activities, promote its endeav endeavors,
ors, endeavors, stand behind the movement and
bring to a successful termination its
aims and efforts.
Be a booster. "Remember that
the devil lived in heaven until he be began
gan began knocking his home town."
Be a booster.
Yours for success,
J- D. Rooney, Secretary.
LIMING THE LAND
Much has been said and written
in recent years relative to the use of
lime as a factor in larger crop produc production,
tion, production, but it would probably not be
out of place to review again some of
Lime is a plant food, entering in into
to into the texture of the plant and the
cell walls of the fruit, and with pot potash
ash potash aids in the digestive process.
With citrus fruits especially plenty
of lime is neccessary with other ma materials
terials materials to give it solidity and firm firmness,
ness, firmness, better texture and color, and
promote its carrying qualities. The
past season has shown us that if the
climatic conditions are not favorable
our loss in shipping may be great.
Potash and lime are the best pre preventive
ventive preventive of these cconditions so far as
fertilization goes. -t
Lime improves the mechanical con condition
dition condition of the land. Much of the clay
land, and a large per centage of the
low, level, pine land, though sandy,
are stiff and heavy, and tend to ce cement.
ment. cement. Turning into 'such land plenty
of vegetable matter, with a good
quantity of lime will act as a pulver pulverizing
izing pulverizing agency and make congenial en environments
vironments environments for the r plant roots.
More than this the lime will combine
with the natural potash and phos phosphoric
phoric phosphoric acid, thus rendering them ac active
tive active and available. In open porous
land the mechanical effects of the
lime is opposite. It combines the
soil particles and solidifys the sur surface,
face, surface, thus enabling this class of land
to better hold the moisture and fer fertilizing
tilizing fertilizing properties. One reason why
our sandy land produces no better
is because its moisture evaporates so
readily and the fertilizers put into
it leach out before the crop takes
them up. This condition can be pre prevented
vented prevented by turning a green manure
crop of legumes and, an abundant use
of lime, with care taken to plow year
after year the same depth, thus form
ing a lime pan.
Another use of lime, and in regu-
ar farming, possibly the greatest use,
the fact that it counteracts acids. In
my test of the soils I find more than
eighty per cent "sour," and conse
quently unfit to grow to best advan advantage
tage advantage a majority of the .crops we pro
Under ordinary conditions the kind
and quality of lime we advise to be
used is ground limestone, two or
three tons per acre every four years.
-Jack Peters, Agricultural Adviser
of Lake County, in the Eustls Lake
rain ii us
President WiIon Will Attend the
r Gettysburg Celebration and
Make an Address on the
Washington, June 30. President
Wilson has decided to attend 'the
50th anniversary celebration of the
battle of Gettysburg on the Fourth
of July. He telegraphed Gov. Tener
that he had reconsidered his previous
declination and would make a brief
speech to the veterans.
The president's decision followed a
conference with Representatives A.
Mitchell Palmer of Pennsylvania.
The president had taken the posi position
tion position in previously declining to go that
he would be breaking hi3 rule as es established
tablished established months ago. not to leave
Washington for any speechmaking
occasion while Congress was in ses session.
sion. session. Mr. Palmer pointed out, how however,
ever, however, that the Importance of the
Gettysburg celebration, its nation nationwide
wide nationwide significance, and particularly
the spirit of sectional sympathy that
would result from a speech by a
Southern-born president at the re reunion
union reunion of the North and South.
GATHERING AT GETTYSBURG
ANSON r. STOKES
BOARD OF BOND TRUSTEES,
CITY OF OCALA
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prompt and accurate.
The Store Aecommodaning
10.1 S. Main Street,
Sealed bids are invited for the
$45,000 bond Issue shortly to be
made by the city for the ; purchase
and improvement of the water plant.
Bonds will be in denominations of
$1000, to run twenty, years, with in
terest at 5 per cent, payable semi semiannually,
annually, semiannually, and are required to be sold
for not. less than par; prospective
buyers must include with their bid a
deposit equal to 25 per cent of the
same. Make checks to the order of
John L. Edwards, secretary.
The bids will be opened at the
joint meeting of the city council and
the bond trustees, Tuesday evening,
July 1st, at the city hall.
T. T. Munroe, Chairman.
John L. Edwards, Sec'y.
J. C. Boozer.
Board ot Bond Trustees.
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
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New York, June 29. Anson P.
Stokes, banker and member of one
of the city's most widely known fam families,
ilies, families, died suddenly late yesterday at
his home on Madison avenue.
DESIUAIILE HOUSES POU UEVT
Tito large houses la central lo location,
cation, location, suitable for residence or
boarding houses; one 8-room and
bath, and one 8 rooms and bath;
either honse will accommodate two
families, and vee trill rent to nlt
tenants. Apply to D. S. Woodraw
or Elmer DeCnmp. 5-28
Gettysburg, Pa., June SO. Com Coming
ing Coming from as far west as the state of.
Washington and from as far south. as'
Texas and Oklahoma, civil war vet veterans
erans veterans by the hundreds are poi;ing
into Gettysburg by regjlar and spe
cial trains which are also bringing
scores of friends and visitors for the
opening of the battle anniversary
TO BOOST THE PKICE
Jacksonville, June SO. Naval
stores factors and operators will
meet here today to attempt to form
an organization to better the condi
tion of trade and to advance the
prices of both rosin and turpentine.
Both of these commodities are sell selling
ing selling at the lowest price" and must be
advanced, they say.J At the meeting
an attempt to provide for a naval
stores market, with dally quotations
at Jacksonville will be made.
EARTHQUAKES SHOOK ITALY
Rome, June 29. Extensive earth earthquake
quake earthquake shocks occurred in the south southern
ern southern "part of Italy yesterday. ; Reports
describe the disturbances as a grave
disaster, with a large number of
victims. 1 - ;
The .Texas Wonder cures Kianey anJ
bladder trouble," removing" gravel,
cures diabetes, weak and lama 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
druggist, will be sent by mall on re receipt
ceipt receipt of $1. One small bottle Is two
months treatment and seldom falls to
perfect a cure. Send for testimonials
from this and other states. -Dr. E. W.
Hall, 2096 Olive street. SL iLouia Mo.
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The time and season is at hand
for planting legumes, and every farm
er and fruit grower with young trees
should be busy planting. The sum
mer showers have come, and, as we
southern farmers say. there is a
good "season in the ground.
For the general improvement of
the soil, any of the cowpeas are good,
but where, one is planning to run to
matoes, melons or cantaloupes on the
land next spring, it would be wise to
plant the iron peas or velvet beans
In Experimental Station Bulletin No.
102, it is claimed that a crop of vel
pounds dry, would, if cut back into
the soil in fall, deposit 141.2 pounds
of nitrogen. We see from these fig
ures that such a crop would be worth
as much as a ton of fertilizer higher
in nitrogen contents than we usually
buy. In fact the same Bulletin claims
It Would be worth as much as 1,950
pounds of cotton seed 'meal, 7 per
Cowpeas are worth as much as. vel velvet
vet velvet beans in proportion to their
weight. Beggarweeds are a close
third in their power to renovate the
But, none of the legumes will serve
the purpose of soil improvement if
the land- is too wet, or sour, or any
season is wanting in nitrogen bac
teria! Hence, the necessity of proper
drainage, correcting acidity, and see
ing to it that the soil i3 inoculated.
If the farmers and fruit growers
of Lake county are going to act on
my advice, they, will plant peas and
velvet beans in all the unused open
land, in all the groves not yet bear
ing, in the corn middles, and after
every other crop with which they can
rotate. Jack Peters, Agricultural
Advisor of Lake County, in Eustis
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OCALA EVEXIXG STAR, 3IOXDAV, JUXE 30, 1913
GALA mm STAR
JINGOES OF JAPAN
OUR IMMENSE EVENT
OKLAWAIH BRIDGE MEETINGS
BittlBKer & Carroll, Proprietors
II. It. Carroll, General Maaagrer
Port V. Leavengood, Baalaeaa Blaaairer
J. II. Ben Jam la, Editor
Entered in the postofflce at Ocala,
Fla., as second class matter.
"PROGRESS TOWARD PEACE"
Assiduously at Work Trying to Stir J Program for the Fourth of J ul y Cele-
The Star reproduces today tne ar
ticio contributed by Editor F. E.
Harris of the Ocala Banner to the
leaders which' the Tampa Time3 with
much good taste collected from the
journalists who visited its city last
Universal peace is said to be the
dream of those who stand highest in
genuine culture, in belief of the
brotherhood of man and the greatest
good to the race., The Star would
pronounce it not a dream, but a hope
of the ultimate awakening of all the
peoples from the nightmare of strife.
It is a noble theme, .and the Nestor
of the Florida press has done it jus
The Star has not preached peace as
assiduously as the Banner, not be
cause it loves peace less, but because
it fears war more. There are yet
many nations, and many individuals
in our own nation, who are only
kept peaceful thru fear. Until all are
imbued with the nobler sentiment
which Mr. Harris so eloquently
preaches, we fear that the nation
that goes too far ahead in the prac
tice of peace will only expose itself
to the worst evils of war. And so we
don't believe that the time for ces cessation
sation cessation in building battleships and
forts has come yet; tho In view of
the tremendous strides toward worldwide-peace
made in the last century
all men are warranted in hoping
that the time for universal disarma disarmament
ment disarmament may come, if not to our child
ren to our children's children.
Up Feeling Against
Tokio, June .30. At an anti
American meeting last night a reso
lution was adopted declaring the
Japanese cabinet and failed In set
tling the California question and
that the time had arrived for the
people to assume a more determined
attitude and extend the national
The meeting was attended by a
number of agitators and two opposi
tion members of parliament and it
was decided to continue the attempts
to arouse public opinion by further
anti-American meetings and the dis
trlbution of manifestos. T
The speakers, who advocated the
most radical measures toward the
United States were the men who
daily tried to stir up the Japanese
public during the past month.
Dr. Rucker of the public health
service gives the following advice
which the Pensacola News should
. lose no time in imparting to the blue
eyed blondes it 13 so solicitous about:
"If you are a blonde,' avoid the
"bright lights ; they are rich in chem
ical ether waves., In persons tha
have considerable pigment in their
skin In brunettes these short
rapid, actinic waves are transformed
into long, slow heat waves. These
actinic waves have a deleterious ef
feet on the nervous system of those
whose skin .cannot reduce their po potency.
tency. potency. Blondes should avoid sun
light as much as possible and when
they do go out they should wear col
ored glasses, hats with orange, lin
ing, and their clothes outside should
be. white to reflect the heat raj's
Their underwear should be colored
preferably orange or blue. This is to
protect the skin.''
Governor. Blease of South Caro
lina has, by his attitude toward the
national law, caused the federal gov
ernment to: withdraw- support from
the militia of the Palmetto State. O
course, everybody who can't see any
good in Blease has renewed the anvi
chorus against him. Blease may be
wrong,. but the Star has heard some
efficient and patriotic officers of the
Florida state troops object' to the na
tional law Tor the same reasons
Blease objects to it. It' is a good law
in many ways, but it is mighty hard
on the volunteer soldier who enlists
from purely patriotic motives.
Governor Trammell has appointed
Mr. Frank E. Jennings of Jackson
Tille to succeed Mr. F. P. Fleming as
member of the board of i control o
higher institutions of education. Mr
P. K. Yonge of Pensacola and Mr,
W. D. Finlayson of Old Town were
reappointed. Messrs. E. L. Wart
mann of Citra and .T. B. King o
Arcadia will probably be reappointed
at the end of their terms in June
It Is said Frank Clark will have
serious opposition in his new distric
next year. The new district is de
cidedly progressive and the Honora
ble Frank Is mpst decidedly the other
We don't know, about the entire
district, but we are willing to bet
that any progressive democrat can
beat him in Marion county.
The reappointment of Mr. R. A
Alfred to bo the collector at Por
Inglls is another praiseworthy non
partisan act. Mr,. Alfred was a bull
moose in the last campaign, but he
is a progressive and honored, citizen
and the best man in that community
for that position.
If Uncle Sam is really after Jack
Johnson, Jack might as well come
home and serve his time. It may take
years, but death is the only thing
that will save Jack from Uncle Sam's
bration In Ocala
9 a. m. Grand parade. Form on
courthouse square, out Fort King
avenue from Harrington Hall hotel
to Fox Lane, to Oklawaha, to Main,
down. Main and up Magnolia to
courthouse square. Arranged a3 fol
lows: Ocala Metropolitan Band,
(auto trucks), fire equipment, city
authorities headed by mayor, mem
bers Board of Trade, county officials,
military, police department, city
sanitary department, county good
road3 equipment, bicycles, motor
cycles, automobiles, civic floats, far
mers' Wagons, etc., colored display.
10 a. m. Races. Bicycle, motor
and foot races.
11a. m.- Firemen's exhibition.
r 10:30 a.
m. Speaking by Hon
3IULIIALL may be the man
To Expose the Dark Ways and Evil
. .. jr
Washington, June 30; Further
sensations in the Senate's lobby in investigation
vestigation investigation were foreshadowed to
day when it became known that a
subpoena had; been served upon Mar
tin M. Mulhall, of Baltimore, report
ed to have been for many years the
active "field agent" and the lobbyist
of the National Association of Man
ufacturers. The subpoena was or
dered by Chairman Overman of the
lobby committee, after representa
tions had been made to him that Mr.
'Mulhall was willing and able to give
the committee important facts re
garding attempts to influence legis
lation, to elect or defeat candidates
for Congress, and to control the
makeup of committees of Congress
A sereeant-at-arms of the Senate
served the subpoena upon Mr. Mul
hall late last night in Washington.
DELAYING THE DAY
Frank Clark, member of Congress,
and Judge Wm. M. Gober.'from court
1 p. m.: Dinner. f
2 p. m. Special firemen's contest
3 n. m. Balloon ascension and
double parachute drop from bal
4 t. m. Baseball. ucaia vs
4 n. m. Baseball at the fair
trrounds by colored teams. Ocala vs
The following prizes will be award
Best farmers display in parade
first prize, $15; second, prize, $7.50
third prize, $5. i
, Best decorated auto, first prize
$10; 'second prize, $5.
Bicycle races (not under 12 years)
first prize, $5; second prize, $3.
Motorcycle races, first prize, $ 1 5
second prize, $7.50.
Best civic display, float or wagon
first prize, $15; second prize, $7.50.
Foot races, white, first prize, $ 3 ;
second prize, $2. Colored, first prize,
$3; second prize, $2.
Marshal of the day and aides to
be named later.
Time Keepers- F. G. B. Weihe, J.
Judges Dr. J. C
Saturday and Sunday just passed
were days long to be remeinbered
because they were days filled to over overflowing
flowing overflowing with the spirit of good fel-
owship, civic righteousness and mis
sions, lhe place of the great meet
ing was Oklawaha Bridge Baptist
church, located in a neighborhood
famous all orer the country for the
hospitality, intelligence and high
character of its citizens. The occas occasion
ion occasion was a fifth Sunday district mis
sionary rally, projected and arrang arranged
ed arranged by the Woman's Missionary Union
of the Oklawaha Baptist church,
with Mrs. W. M. McDonald as presi
dent and Miss Flossie Stanaland as
secretary. The first session was held
on Saturday morning, at which time
Rev. R. F. Rogers, the Nestor of the
association, made the address of
welcome and led in the devotional
exercises. Rev. J. L. Lewis, mis
sionary evangelist of Marion Asso
ciation, preached an excellent ser-
Washington, June 30. Postpone
ment, of the date: on which the new
suear tariff shall go into effect until George MacKay, T
. I r si : i. :n v
Mar.h 1 1911 an a rhsnfo.nf Mfl byec" piuKim wuitu iii ub
when the income tax shall be opera- t in a few days, giving more com
tive from January 1, 1913, to March Dlete information
1, 1913, were agreed upon by ma
jority members of the Senate finance
ANOTHER AEROPLANE UPSET
Liege, 4 Belgium, June 30. While
an aviator, Parisot, was giving an
exhibition flight at a village near
here yesterday the wing of the aero aero-plane"struek
plane"struek aero-plane"struek and killed a youthful
spectator. It also killed a child and
seriously Injured three other specta
tors. The machine capsized, bury
ing Parisot in the wreckage. The
aviator died a few minutes later.
STATE BOARD OF PARDONS
Tallahassee, June 30. The next
regular meeting of the State Board
of Pardons will be held in the gov
ernors oince, Deginning on tne
morning of Tuesday, July 15th.
One company, the Penn Mutual,
has paid the Painter life insurance,
and sets a commendable example to
the others which are haggling over
the "remains. Tampa Tribune.
There Is no good reason for the
insurance companies withholding
payment of the E. O. Painter policies.
There Is no proof that this estimable
gentleman died a suicide, and the
policies should be paid without fur further
ther further delay. Summerfield Chronicle.
WELL, GET A GOOD WELL
Some people invest their money in
poor wells. Get a goqd one by let letting
ting letting S. IL Christian do the work.-
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
.. OF TRAINS AT OCALA
Tampa and Jacksonville people
seem to be sore over the appoint appointment
ment appointment of Judge Griggs, but it suits the
balance of the state very well. ...
WORLD'S ALMANAC AT BALLARD'S
New 1913 World's Almanac, Just
received; 35 cents at Ballard's News
An elegant line or jawyers manu-
Brript covers. In any color tnai coma
desired. Just received at
office. : ',:
For tan and surrourn use Dike's
V -xcrAio Cream It U without an
t .w-.tL Court Pharmacy. C-19-6t
The following schedule la not paid
for, but Is printed for the information
of the public. The railroads are re requested
quested requested to send in. corrections when whenever
ever whenever necessary.
SEABOARD AIR LINE
Southbound Arrive Leave
No. 3 ........ .....1:05 p.m 1:25 p.m.
No. 9 (Limited)... 2:30 p.m. 2:33 p.m.
No. 1 ............. i:35 a.m. 1:40 a.m.
No. 2 .i, 2:25 a.m. 2:30 a.m.
No. 4 12:50 p.m. 1:05 p.m.
No. 10- (Limited).. 4:20 p m. 4:23 p.m.
The limited leaves Jacksonville at
11:30 a. m. and arrives In Tampa at 6
p. m. It leaves Tampa at 1 p. m. and
arrives in Jacksonville at 7:30 p. m. It
stops only at Turkey Creek, Plant City,
Dade City, Wldwood, Ocala, Starke
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
Southbound -J ax. ud St. Petersburg
.;. ArTlve Leave;'.
No. 9 .......10:35 p.m. 10:46 p.m.
No" 39 .2:40 p.m. 2:42 p.m.
Southbound --Ocala and Lakelaad
No. 35 (Sunnyjim).. ...6:40 a.m.
Northbound J ax. and St. Petersburg:
No. 10 ........... 5:19 a.m 5:20 a-m.
No. 40 12:54 p.m. 1:14 p.m.
- Northbound Lakeland and Ocala
No. 32 (Sunnyjim).... Arrive 9:50 p.m.
Ocala and Homosasaa
Leave No. 49 .............. 8:20 a,m.
Leave No. 47 2:25 p.m.
Arrive No. 44 ........ .....12:50 p.m.
Arrive No. 48 . .......... V 6:00 p.m.
' OCALA NORTHERN
Lv. for Talatka.. 7:30 a.m. l:25 p.m.
Sunday trains .... 8:00 a.m. 1:25 p.m.
Ar. from Palatka. 10:40 a.nc, ; SO p.m.
PICNIC AT CARTER'S IOXD
There' will be a picnic at Carter's
Pond July 10th. ; Everybody invited
to come with well filled baskets. Re
freshments will be sold for the ben
efit of buying a new organ for the
OPEN DAY AND TiTGDIT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte ana mncnes
at any hour. Adv.
Boy's 50c. and 75c waists now
going at 2 5 cents at H. A. Water Waterman's
man's Waterman's 6-21-6t
LOOK A weekly 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
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ida. Florida. 6-27-lt
"Keep cool" get one or those $5
linen suits at Waterman's for $2.50
" See H. A. Waterman, southerii
agent for everything for men and
LOYAL ORDER OF lOOSE
The Ocala Iodge No. 693, Loyal Or Order
der Order of Moose, meets ; each Thursday
even'ng at 8 o'clock in the Gary build building,
ing, building, third floor. V'siting brothers are
invited to attend our nreetings.
Geo. F. Mershor, Dictator.
E. L. Stapp, Secretary. Aa.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday a 7:30 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over the James Carltsle
drugstore. 'A cordial welcome to visit visiting
ing visiting brothers. D. W. Tompkins, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. R Ad.
niAPTEtt nnj is, n. a. r.i.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. 3.I., on the fourth
Friday In every month, at 7:30 p. m.
' '. C. E. Connor, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad.
- COXCOHDIA LODGR V. V. OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union of
America, meets In yonge's Hall on the
second Thursday evening of : each
month. 1 Geo. L. Taylor, F. M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad.
mon on "Progress in the Christian
Life." Visitors and delegates from
other churche were enrolled and as
signed homes among the neighbors
This scribe was fortunate in being a
guest in the ideal home of Col. and
Mrs. R. F. Rogers, where there was
everything to make one happy from
the exquisite blooming flowers in the
yard to please the eye, the bounteous
dinner to fill the inner man, to -the
big, comfortable porch rockers where
the congenial company enjoyed the
after dinner feast of social, conver
sation. Col. Rogers is a princely en entertainer
tertainer entertainer and his sweet, gentle wife
in spite of bodily frailty is an idea
hostess,. Sunday was the "great day
of the feast.". When we arrived at
9 : 30 the church yard was filled with
automobiles, wagons and buggies and
the congregation overflowed the
house. There were between 400 and
500 people present. After splendid
singing by a big chorus or young
people led by Mr. John Rogers as
choirster and Mrs. John Rogers at
the organ, Dr. Van Hood led in the
quarterly review of the Sunday
school lessons. In a clear, concise
manner he directed the study and the
ready responses showed that the
Sunday school folk were well up on
the topics of the past three months.
The Oklawaha church school has as
its superintendent Mr. W. C. Hender
son, a bright, capable consecrated
young man, who is making his influ
ence felt among the young people o
the community. Mrs. Van Hood, as
sociational superintendent of mis
sjons, spoke on the "Value of Or
ganization." To her great joy eight
new names were added to the mem
bership of the W. M. U. and a. band
of Royal Ambassadors, a society for
the boys and young men, arranged
for. The next song by the choir was
of special interest, having been
written for the great W. M.'U. meet
ing of the Southern Baptist Conven
tion recently held in St. Louis. Mrs
H. C- yPeelman of Jacksonville, cor
responding secretary of missions for
the state, made a magnificent- ad
dress. She, concluded by telling an
incident of a mountain boy which
caused all eyes to be filled with tears
so touched was every heart. At the
special, solicitation of the women o
the W. M. N., Rev. R. F. Rogers
preached the sermon from the text
"Add to your faith virtue, knowledge
temperance,' patience and brotherly
kindness." : It was a great theme,
handled in a masterly manner. At
the noon hour all gathered around a
table seventy-five feet long in the
beautiful grove along the lake shore
and such a feast as the good women
had provided would have delighted
Epicurus himself. At the, conclusion
of the meal there was enough left for
a hundred more. Mr. Peter Durisoe
contributed buckets full of his fam
ous drink, "candidates delight,'
which with? the fine hot coffee -satis
fied the thirst of the great throng,
The choir recalled the congregation
to the church, house by a song. The
first subject for discussion was tem
perance, Rev. R. F. Rogers presid
ing. Fine, strong, forceful speeches
were mad& by 'Mr. W. D. Cam, Peter
Durisoe. John Rogers and Revs
Stephens, Lewis, Hull and Gorbett
Literature sent out by the W. C. T.
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Messrs. Henderson- and Fort. Rev.
Bunyan Ste'phens, the: cultured and
popular pastor of the Ocala Baptist
church, preached the sermon of the
afternoon. Altogether it was a most
profitable meeting and will be far far-reaching
reaching far-reaching in its influence.
Those attending from Ocala were
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Colbert, Dr. and
Mrs. Van Hood, Mrs. A. J. Brigance,
Mrs. Mae Bingham, Miss Josie Will
iams, Mrs. Wellhoner, Mr. and Mrs.
Henderson, Miss Ruby Hinton, Rev.
Bunyan Stephens, Messrs W.'D. Carn,
A. M; Wing, Mr. and Mrs. Chester
Fort and a number of young men
whose names we failed to secure.
The Star is in great favor in this
section and we heard many pleasant
things said 'of it.
! One Who Was Present.
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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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" Poor tools are a poor investment. Buy our good
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'a good man does not always mean a jood tide
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Undertaker Smith, phones 10 & 34.
K. of P. meet this evening.
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.
Boy Scouts meet tomorrow night.
Masons meet Thursday evening.
Ir. M. J. Roess spent Saturday in
Palm Beach $9.00 suits at Water Waterman's
man's Waterman's for $8.00. 6-21-Gt
Dr. H. C. Groves sold his big
Carter Car to Dr. F. E. McClane on
Large ice tea glasses are selling at
six for a quarter at Murray & Com Company's,
pany's, Company's, 6-28-lt
Mr. Maurice Strauss returned this
afternoon from a visit to his wife and
daughters in Cincinnati.
Dr. Von Engelken will have charge
of Dr. McClane's practice in his ab absence
sence absence to Lake City. 6-30-ut
See II. A. Waterman, Southern
agent for the famous Hart, Schaffner
& Marx clothing. 6-2X-Ct
July Victor records'are just in and
unusually fine. Hear them at Lans Lans-ford's.
ford's. Lans-ford's. 6-24-tf
Mr. George McGahagin has return returned
ed returned home from a business visit to
. Try our Carter's white ink for use
on colored correspondence paper. The
Court Pharmacy. C-24-6t
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.
The Ideal gave a first class show
Saturday night, its educational reels
being specially good. The attend attendance
ance attendance was large. ;
Genuine Japanese cups and sauc saucers,
ers, saucers, formerly $1.15 a self, are now
selling" for 75c. at Murray- & Com Company's.
pany's. Company's. 6-28-lt v
Don't "swat the fly;" let him down
easy. Use Dike's poison fly paper.
Its merits are without an equal. Only
five cents PgjLpagkagfi at the Court
jbnrScyT 6 24 6
Miss Meta Jdwett is haying bi
two very CQftiitdious cottages on
! south half of Wer home lot on F
i L'itiir n vary 11 a ITI1000 Virtiicoc will
:for rent and will '.be quite an addii
to that popuhfr neighborhof
UseTJTEeTPeroxide Cream for tan manager of. the Star, returned Sat Sat-and
and Sat-and sunburn good for this hot i urday afternoon from his attendance
wreather. Cooling and refreshing.
The Court Pharmacy. C-24-6t
Mr. John Freyermuth of the Or
ange L.aRe region, is visiting among
friends and former neighbors in and
around Ocala for a few days.
Don't forget that Murray & Com"
pany are selling writing paper in box
es at 10 cents a box. 6-28-lt
M. J. Roess, Ocala's well known
magnate, was in the( city- yesterday
attending to business matters.-
Fresh buttermilk every day at the
Postoffice Drugstore. 6-24-tf
Fourth of July parade signs ar-r
tistically painted on short nptjee by
the nodsrn Slern f!o.. 28 1 Masno-'
Otto Schooly, the abbreviated but
effective member of the fire depart department,
ment, department, went on a little excursion of
his own to Rock Springs today.
Try. our ice cold buttermilk. Re Received
ceived Received daily from the Ocala Heights
Dairy. Gerig'e Drugstore. C-17-tf
Murray & Company are selling
nair orusnes at oanicrupt prices i
Six hundred and forty-one tickets
were sold for the Seaboard excursion
to Tampa this morning. It is the big
gest crowd that ever went out of
Ocala on an excursion, and was prob probably
ably probably swelled to thousands before the
train reached Tampa,
It is impossible to EXPLAIN the
merits of the "Modart" corset, but
one made to order will give comfort,
grace, ease and style. A $3.50 model
is now out Mrs. B. M. Hunt, phone
, Two of our intelligent young men,
while out at Silver Springs Sunday
became so bumfusticated with the
bright eyes of the young ladies whom
they escorted to that popular resort
that they couldn't tell the difference
between kodak films and transfer
During the rain of Saturday after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, the roof of the Ocala House L,
toward the Coast Line station, sprung
a leak, and a flood of water poured
dcn thru the floors and ceilings
Into the offices of the Florida Title
and Abstract Co., fairly flooding it
For a few minutes the floor of the
office was afloat, and a large number
of valuable books and documents,
not to speak of the furniture, was
soaked. From the rush with which
the flood came, it seems like there
must have been a sag In the roof or
a ceiling that held water until it
broke thru by its weight and then
came down by the bucketfall.
OCALA IS STIUCTLY IN IT
Some Splendid Games of Ball Scbed
nled and Others Almost Sure
This is going to be a big week for
baseball in Ocala. The superb River Riverside
side Riverside team, which put up such a fine
game last Thursday, will be with' us
again next Thursday, and the pros prospects
pects prospects are that the coming game will
be even more "interesting, than the
past one, as our boys will do their
darndest to retrieve their defeat, a ad
of course the visitors will be on their
mettels to achieve another victory
It's a date for all the fans to book.
Among the biggest events of the
fourth, next Friday, will be the game
with Gainesville. The University
City has some of the best players In
the state, and they have been train training
ing training down fine for the coming game.
DECLARED A NICE DIVIDEND
The, Ocala Fertilizer Company, one
of the substantial local manufactur manufacturing
ing manufacturing enterprises, owned and operated
exclusively by local people, is send
ing out dividend checks today for ten
per ,cent of the entire capital stock
of the company.
Depositors in our Savings Depart Department
ment Department are requested to bring or mail
in their pass-books on or before
July 10th, to have interest added.
Please facilitate our work by being
prompt. 6-30-d5t wit
The Munroe & Chambliss Bank.
Mrs. Minnie Gertrude Simmons
was married to Mr. H. A. Atwater at
the Baptist church after the service
yesterday, by the pastor, Rev. Bun Bun-yan
yan Bun-yan Stephens, and the couple left at
1:14 for the home of the groom; near
Mr. Atwaten is a valued employee
of the Wilson Cypress Co., of Palat Palatka,
ka, Palatka, has charge of one of their big
logging camps, and is one of the
solid and highly respected citizens' of
Mrs. Atwater is a most estimable
lady, who has made her home in this
city for the last dozen years or more
'and made many friends by her pleas
ant temperament and high character.
Her Ocala friends will miss her, but
wish for herIfTiirpTness- in her new
T..U- it- unazai ana nis son,
John ChazaLrfrturned home SatuNI this afternoon from a visit of ten
day afternoon from their visit to therdays to friends at Lake Weir and
They viewed every I
Panama can a
ad of tha bi
ditch and were much!
ased by t
nt to "the skill of
on the meeting oD the Florida Press
Association at Tampa. A full report
of what he saw of that meeting will
; appear tomorrow.
DR, W. K, LANB Specialist Eye,
Ear, Nose and Throat. Ofllce Law
Library Building, Ocala.Adv.
Among the most pleased of those
who welcomed Mr. John Chazal
home are his friends in baseball cir
cles. Mr. Chazal did noble work on
the Ocala team the last summer or
so, and will be more proficient this
year than ever before. He played all
the first part of the season on the
team of his school, Purdue Universi
ty, of Indiana, and his batting aver aver-spp
spp aver-spp was PTtraordinarilv hteh As
Vnowa universitv and col
teams & e begt of am.
ateurs, Mr. Chazal may be relied
on for some superb pitching and in
- While not decided on exactly what
will be the program at the Temple
tonight, the Star can vouch for the
fact that there will be five reels of
first-class pJcUirejand some fine
music-"The best way "to ""figure out
keprogram will be to go and see it.
The newOme)of Mr. and Mrs. L.
N. Green; IwhicJi is being built on
the beautiful oaTCsrove lot next to
Mr. J. J. Gerig pretty home, is
gaining rapid proportions and wheh
completed it will be one qfvour
suburban show places.
Either the city or the Coast Line
should take steps to prevent the
flooding of the floor of the passenger
station every time there Is a heavy
rain. The rainy season has set in,
and every time there is a downpour.
the floor under the station platform
Is covered an inch or so deep with
Engineer Trammell, after a good
vacation. In. which, he attended the
national meeting of the Brotherhood
of Locomotive Engineers, and went
on nn PTnirsion to Cuba, is again
holding the lever on'Sunny Jim.
DR. J. ITARRY WALTERS
Office Telephone 78
Residence Telephone 493
Mr. and Mrs. Tompkins were down
from Ocala Monday evening looking
over Hotel Alsiana with a view of
renting same. We understand they
were quite favorably Impressed with
the building and possibly will lease
it. Bushnell Times.
The difference between a prize
fighter and a butcher is that the for former
mer former makes a living by selling rounds
of pound, and the latteivby selling
pounds of round.
If you have anyltems-lor thai
partmenc. callJIHtidne 18 i.
iys3 Annfe Atkinson, who since
the reunio lr Chattanooga, Tenn.,
has been heuest of Rev. and Mrs.
Frank GTaiJlLUa-Wytheville, Va.,
will cofecTudfe her visit there today
and go down to Galbraith Springs,
Tenn., where for several weeks she
will be tht,-S3lef uest of Miss Mary
a cablegram from Mr. and Mrs.
Neil A Weathers, who for spverai
months have been abroad on their
bridal tour, traveling through Eng England
land England and other European countries,
announces that they expect to arrive
in New York on the 7th of July.
Prof. John. H. Workman returned
to his school duties in Gainesville
Sunday afternoon after a week end
visit in this city. J
Mr. Barney Barco and his hand
some little grandson returned to
Tampa Saturday afternoon after a
most defightful weeks visit in this
city with his sisters, Mrs. W. K. Ze Ze-wadski
wadski Ze-wadski and Mrs. Walter Hood.
Mrs. D. W. Tompkins and daugh
ter Irene, returned Saturday from a
very pleasant visit with friends and
. Edward Badger returned Saf1
day afternoon frbm a short visit In
ampa with lieryaughter, Mrs. God-
rey Moyers an-a-family. Little Miss
illy Moyers, wh has been quite ill,
very much Jmproved and in a
daysvthe family will go to Vir
tor tne sunrmep
Mrs. Jlichard McConathy delight
fully entertained the Methodist sew sewing
ing sewing circle this afternoon at her home
on West Broadway.
Mrs. M. E. Robinson is the house
guest of her son and daughter-in-
law, Mr. and Mrs. .Emmett Robinson
at their summer home at Woodmar
on Lake Weir.
Miss Fannie McDonald of Tampa
returned to her home last night after
a very delightful visit with her aunt,
Mrs. Frank Harris and family.
Mrs. J. H. McClymonds returned
Mrs. Walter Marsh was the charm-
mg nostess or tne Baptist sewing
circle this afternoon. Mrs. Marsh
entertained on the church lawn and
was assisted in serving her guests to
ice tea and sandwiches hy Mrs. C. L.
Mrs. Sam Igou and children re
turned Saturday from a delightful
visit of a month with friends and rel
atives In "Eustis.
Mrs. Ed. Carmichael is now locat
ed at the Alleghany Inn, Goshen, jVa.,
the Switzerland of the South,
where she is delightfully situated.
She writes to her Ocala friends that
the weather is perfect.
Mrs. S. R. Pyles and daughter
went up to Micanopy today to visit
friends for a few days.
Mr. Lorenzo Cullum of Atlanta,
after, a pleasant visit with friends
near the city for the past week, re
turned to his home Saturday.
Mr. J. G. Kichline and daughter.
Miss Ethel, arrived today from Hol Holly
ly Holly wood, Calif., to Join Mr Kichline
and make their home in this city.
Mr. Arthur Williams of Sarasota
spent the week end with his wire
and little daughter, who are visiting
at the home of Mrs. G. T. Maughs on
Mr. and Mrs.H. J. Goldsmith, who
ltave so successfully managea tne
Wisteria hotel in this city for the
past few years, have deemed to
make their home in Palatka and will
leave for that place sometime during
the following week, much to the
regret of their patrons. Their many
f riends wish for them abundant, suc-
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 5e packages 6 for 25 cts.
There is none heUer than
Represents financial strength and
) satisfactory service. Its development
and growth indicate its wise man management
agement management and the confidence placed
in it by the public.
Accounts Are Invited.
Call op Phone 300 and Let
We GnaranleeloSavc Yoa Honey on Any Work ia Car Lines
An we emptor noaf hat experts we are la ponltloa to sraarantee ev every
ery every pleee of work we coaatruet to stand the Inmpeetfoa of the most
rlKtd tBRpectora. It cunt pathlnK to Kt our figure, end you are tba
winner, whether we aeeure the eoatract or not. Giro ua a trial.
PORT KING BLOCK
cess in their new- home and hope
that some day good fortune will
bring them back to Ocala to live. 4
Miss Beatrice Sinclair is expected
home from Tallahassee tomorrow.
Miss Emma Lee Bridges, who. has
been the guest of Mrs. T. E. Bridges
since Friday, returned tax her home
at Martel this morning.
Dr. and Mrs. McClane and their
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. A. E. Adcock, withchildren, left
this morning overland route in their
Cartercar for Lake City, to attend
the big B. Y. P. U. encampment
school of instruction, Dr McClane be being
ing being one of the faculty of this school.
r "-Mrs. J. H. Dean returned Saturday
from Fernandina, where she has been
visiting Mrs. J. W. Perry.
Mrs. E. Pender of Ocala is here
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.
Xeihlsen. Summerfield Chronicle.
Mr. R. S. Bullock and Miss Josie
Bullock of Ocala have joined Miss
Josie Bullock, who is visiting Mr.
and Mrs. J. H. Bullock, at their
home, 436 East Seventh street, in
Springfield. After spending a few
days in this city, Miss Josie Bullock
will leave for Tallahassee for a visit.
Mrs. T. C. Luckie, Mrs. F. E. Shep Shep-pard's
pard's Shep-pard's daughter, came over from
Ocala Monday, and will spend sev
eral weeks with Prof, and Mrs. Shep-
pard at their home on South Pal
metto avenue. Daytona Beach items
The Young Matrons Card Club
was prettily entertained on Friday "by
Mrs. Lee Miller, two tables of mem
bers and one of guests being pres
ent. The high score was made by
Miss Hattie Hudson, substitute for
Mrs. David Fishback.- Aided by Mrs.
Sylvan McElroy, Mrs. Miller served
dainty refreshments at the close of
the afternoon. Orlando .Sentinel.
Mr. W. C. Cannons, Miss Emma
Cannons, Mrs. G. T. Haynes and Mrs.
G. W. Fisher left Tuesday via water
for New York, where the party will
be be joined by Mrs. Cannons for a
tour of Europe, landing first at Gi Gibraltar,
braltar, Gibraltar, thence through the Mediter
ranean to Italy for a trip through
that country, Germany, Switzerland,
France, England, Scotland and Ire
land, returning to America in the
fall via Canada, making the Quebec
and St. Lawrence river trip. -jVolus-ia
Miss Katherlne Dillard has return
ed from Ocala where she spent a
short while with relatives and
friendi. She reports a most enjoya
ble visit. Clearwater News.
P. A. DURAND
Plumber, Tinner and Gas Fitter
Sewing Machine Repairing
OCALA, FLORIDA 6-21
Hotel Breakers, Dayttfna Beach; a
new hotel; nas an moaern conven
iences; fronts on Ocean just south
of ocean pier. Rates $2.50 per day
and upwards. Special rate3 by the
week or month. We make a special
ty of sea food dinners Thursday even
ings and Sunday noon. 6-23-tf
Ilave your clothes cleaned, pressed
or dyed by Cromer.'the dry cleaner.
Telephone 451. 6-23-6t
Hotel Breakers, Daytona Ceach,
will give banquet July 4th at 6 p. m
Dance after banquet. Price $1 per
plate including dance. There will be
fireworks on ocean pier for those who
do not-dance. C-24-Ct
For first class automobile service
by the trip, hour or day, phone No.
327. First class car and uniformly
low prices to all. 3. C. Gciger. Ad.
m t U M U I
us Give aa Esliinale- on Ycsr
; ;' : At the Temple Theater
Owing to delay in shipment of
reels from Daytona, the Wm. J.
Burns feature will not he shown at
the Temple tonight The program
will consist of five fine licensed reels,
and the Burns feature will be shown
tomorrow night. ,
J. L. Inglis, of Port Inglis, the
developer of one of Florida's finest
Gulf ports, was in the city yesterday
on a buisness mission, registering at
the DeSoto. Tampa Tribune.
Durins' mv absence. Dr. ITarrv J.
Walters, will be in charge of my. prac
tice. rur. l;;. u. Linaner.
7 Weather forecast ;
Local thunder showers tonight or
RIG HERD OF 3IULES
We have just received a drove of
fifty-one head of mules. These mules
are'all purpose stock and among the
drove you can find anything you may
wish and at any price almost. This
3 an opportunity for any one wishing
t mule that will never be offered
again probably in this market and
you should lose no time in calling
and inspecting the drove. Prices
and quality will sell the animals.
6-28-tf dw Tompkins & Cobb.
We still have on hand a small
quantity of linoleum which we will
sell as long' as At lasts for 25 cents
per square yard. A number of very
handsome designs. Theus-Zachry
We carry a full line of Carter's
inks, India inks In all colors, stamp
ing Ink, gold ink and library paste.
The Court Pharmacy. 6 24 6t
Will curd your Rheumatism
Neuralgia, Headaches, Cramps,
Colic, Sprains, Bruises, Cuts and
Burns, Old Sores, Stings of Insects
Etc. Antiseptic Anodyne, used in internally
ternally internally and cstemally,. Price 25c.
HUYLER'S FOR Ml
A! 11 OTHER MM
Huyler's the best and ever fresh
candy- will win herM any time; but
the month of June in this beautiful
command now anloonr with roses,
lends a more appropriate time to
score in "lore making
See our refrigerator candy case
and just tell the clerK "her" address.
I. W. Troxler
The Confectioner, Phono 375
If you would Buy, Sell,
Lease or Exchange, see
me at the Courthouse or
write for my bulletin of
summer oargains in
Choice Properties : :
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OCA LA EVENING STAR, 3IOXDAY, JUNE CO, 1913
Dr. Woods Hutchinson, the Famous
ICE IS YOUR HEALTH GUARDIAN. YOUR BEST
FRIEND IN HOT WEATHER.
OUR ICE IS CHEAP ENOUGH FOR EVERYBODY
TO HAVE PLENTY OF IT.
OCALA ICE & PACKING CP.
DEABQUMTERS FOR WIRE ; FENCE.
' We have just received a carload of the Famous SOUTHERN
Wire Fencing; staples and Hay wire and are in a position to
make some attractive prices on it. We are the only dealers
in this section of the country that handle this brand of fence and
have demonstrated in the past that it is absolutely the best
strongest fe,nce on the market, and running it as we have In
competition with the many Inferior grades of wire fence. We
have had some phenomenal sales on it and made -many friends'
and customers. Give us your orders, If the good3 don't make
good we will.
oli ii-j Mj
MACON IB (EEC
I am' state distributor for this superior line of brick Paving,
Fire, Common, Pressed, and Rough Testyle Brick.
A Southern product, near home, quick deliveries and cheap
I handle LEGG'S Fancy Faced Brick BIBB'S Sewer Pipe and
Flues.' V STATE AGENT FOR
POETLAMD : CEMENT
"The Standard by which all others are measured."
Crushed Rock in any quantities Granite "Curbing,
jime. Mortar, Beaver Board, and etc.
WIRE ME AT MY EXPENSE FOR PRICES -DELIVERED
TO ANY POINT IN THE STATE
FoV materials In building and construction work, I can save
you time, trouble and money.
Offices, Salesrooms, Wharves, Trackage and Yards
Dendry and Knight Terminals
TAMPA, - FLORIDA
m m m. mmmm
Most accessible beach resort for Ocala and Florida people.
W. H. ADAMS, Owner and Manager
PABLO BEACH, FLA.
Forty minutes' rldo from Jacksonville on the finest bathing beach
on the Atlantic coast. American plan. Abundance
: of sea foods. Reasonable rates.
The friend-winning prices
that ve are making in our store
vill surely interest you. Cold
type cannot do justice to the
extraordinary offerings. Buy-
H: i 'i!
spending money right.
- Style; may change but
our high quality, low price
standard of jewelry sell
ing remains fixed.
. .Here you will find
q satisfying assort
ment of the world's
ware, novel novelties,
ties, novelties, etc.
If you want a
ling gem set ring
at a decided price
For yoursweetheart mar married
ried married or otherwise a diamond
solitaire is eminently proper.
Nothing better as an engage
ment or birthday ring; Surprise Father,
Husband or Brother with a nice rinsr. We
have splendid assortment of genis in cp-to-
ine-minute leuines ax pn to
cuit the thinnest pocket book.Yoa VL? -r i
will find tines to suit everyone tjff-:
raen and women and little fo!k9. Call y
Id nowwhile tbi stock is complete. :!-rc2,rfc J
A. E. BURNETT
rti s n
raragawei i iiiii m h w mi i
i I r
A Romance of the
Guido von Horvath
and Dean Hoard
Coprricbt, bT W. i. Chapman ia Uid United
Between Z Rays.
The general of the coafederated Eu European
ropean European army and navy had arrived on
the scene of action. The first line of
resistance wa3 down, and he believed
the American continent ready for oc occupancy.
cupancy. occupancy. In hi 3 offlcial aeroplane he
had hurried to take command.
Shortly after his arrivel the scout scouting
ing scouting cruiser, Beelzebub, ran into the
second line of Z rays and so reported
by wireless to the admiral's ship. The
man of war shook his fist toward the
west: "You. will not escape me, nev nevertheless!
ertheless! nevertheless! He was angry and gave
hurried orders to lay the necessary
cables and move the engineering boats
He had hardly, finished his orders
when another message came that was
trifling, yet it annoyed him. The cruis cruising
ing cruising aeroplanes sent word that a tre tremendous
mendous tremendous American eagle- was ap approaching
proaching approaching from the west. Many re remembered
membered remembered that the eagle had been
seen above Berlin; many of the'sea the'sea-mea
mea the'sea-mea predicted disaster. Others laughed
and did not take the news seriously.
Tiie Count von Werdenstein stood
on the bridge of the flagship Empress
MIDI'S BEST a BEST TEAR BDUND HDIEL
The Hotel you take your Mother, Wife or
Sister to. ;
HQulE HOTEL OF THE STATF
"vOPEAH PLAN SI. 50 PER OAY AND UPWARD
.... "SC:;, Ass'l Knr. TOGS. r.!. IVlISOrV, Prop, and Elfir
ana txie Dire sua toward tne count,
who took the sealed package from hi3
liand. He broke it open and read:
"The bearer, Mr. Napoleon Edison,
is the all-powerful representative of
the President of the TJ. R. of A.
(Signed) ASTRA PRUDENT,
The couat smiled and said whila fold folding
ing folding the paper: "Tell to those who sent
you that L Count von "Werdenstein.
commander ia chief of the navies and
armies of the European confederacy,
will break down all the resistance that
may be before me, and will land and
occupy the countries that you call the
United Republics of America. The
warning that you give me will not be
considered, neither will your actions
be feared. I am- headed for the Amer American
ican American continent and I will land
DR. D. M. BONEY
"Welcome to Our Continent, My Dear
Brigitta. His powerfuh glass eagerly
sought the western horizon, searching
the sky for that eagle.
The strange air craft crept nearer,
headed directly for the flagship. The
count saw that the under portion of
the body was transparent, and that a
single man was in it.
When the air craft arrived about
two hundred feet above the flagship the
red, white and blue flag with the stars
was unfurled, and the craft stopped Its
flight, resting easily on the air, lazily
moving Its wings.
Was it the wonderful performance
which had thrilled the seamen, or was
It an intended cheer? Nobody knows,
but all those who could see the eagle
shouted a huzza. Only one man bit
his lips nervpusly, the Count von Wer Werdenstein.
denstein. Werdenstein. The American flag saluted the cheer cheering
ing cheering men, then a white flag of truce ap appeared
peared appeared beside It.
"I bring the greetings of the people
of the American continent, and want
to communicate with the commander
In chief," came a clear, strong voice
to thenars of the men on the flagship.
The generalisslmus waved his hand
toward the eagle. "If you will ascend
the observation tower we can converse
comfortably," added the voice to him.
The great chancellor went toward
the elevator that carried him up to
the tower, and the eagle descended un until
til until it was on a level with the top of
the tower. Opening a side window,
the bird man leaned out and saluted
"Here we meet, face to face, your
"The Chevalier di Leon!"
"The chevalier is no more, your
honor; I am Napoleon Edison."
"Mr. Edison, you are worthy of your
names, both of them."
"Thank you, sir!" humbly.
"I presume you have come to renew
. "The time of offering is gone, your
excellency.". Napoleon's voice" was
cold and cutting. The count was sur surprised.
"I have come to your excellency to
deliver the message from the United
"Yes ? I am listening."
"The navy of the European confed confederacy
eracy confederacy entered American waters with
apparent warlike intention and de destroyed
stroyed destroyed the first Isolation line. The
United Republics took note of this un unlawful
lawful unlawful action and hence give you
warning that unless the navy under
your personal command is removed
from, these waters immediately, the
United Republics of America will cut
you off from your resources and make
prisoners of all the vessels that linger
In the zone where they are at present.
"Twelve hours are given for re retreat!"
treat!" retreat!" The Count von Werdenstein lost his
temper on hearing these-words and
took them for a personal insult.
"Can I eee the papers that make you
the bearer of such an impudent message?"
Napoleon moved the wheel a trifle!
KYJJ SIGHT SPECIALIST
Optometry Office and Laboratory
9 to 12 a. 1:30 to 4:30 p. m.
Rooms 2-6 Gary Bullfltag. Ocala. Tix
. The Slickest Electric
Motor for Sewing Machines
on the Market. Phone us
for a Demonstration.
Ask to see our Stoves
and Ranges. We will Save
Agents for the Stand
ard ''Central Needle Sewing
Machine. Try one and if it
is not the .BesCwe Want it
Back in our Store.
PHONE CALLS WILL RECEIVE PROMPT
OCALA FURNITURE CD.
To Stcp; Scnlmg ;
This Troublesome Skin Dis Disease
ease Disease Promptly Checked
by a very Simple
Classed with eczema,
psoriasis has been con-
yV I siaerea one fl the most
A lady in Lexington,
Ky.. says that before
she began using & S. S.
the disease broke out
at" frequent intervals
where she thought it
cured. Jiut by getting
her blood under con
trol by the influence
of S. S.. S-, rsoriasis entirely disap disappeared
peared disappeared and thrre was ever again the
ellghtest sisn of it.
Like nearly' all skin diseases, pso psoriasis
riasis psoriasis is primarily due to impaired
The skin is but a network of fine
blood vessels. And' It is a perfectly
natural consequence that any influence
in the blood that is a condition, of ill
health makes its first appearanee n
the skin. Tfc re is one ingredient in
S. S. S. which peculiarly stimulates
cellular or glandular activity to select
from the blool or from this fine net network
work network of blood vessels in the skin, those
element3 whih it requires for re
Thus pimpKs, acne, eczema, lupus,
or any other blood condition that at
tacks the skin or seeks an outlet
through the skin, is met with the an antidotal
tidotal antidotal effect of S. S. S.
This is why -skin troubles vanish so
readily and why they do not return.
You can get S. S. S. in any druJ
store,. but insist upon having it. Take
no chance by permitting anyone to
recommend a substitute. And if your
blood conditio.! is such that you would
like to consul t-a specialist freely, ad address
dress address the Medical Dept., The Swift
Specific Company, 182 Swift Elds..
Atlanta, Ga. .
SLEW FAMILY. OF SIX
Cruel Munler of Peaceful People Has
Convulsed State of South
Columbia, S. C, June 29. Six
bodies found ia the smoldering em embers
bers embers of a burned, house yesterday
morning gave in part the first inti intimation
mation intimation of what now appears to have
been the murder of John D. Jacobs,
nis wife and their four children,
ranging in age from 23 to 1 0 years.
The skulls of three were crushed and
blood was found under their bodies.
The discovery of the tragedy was
made by a milk man who reported
that the house tad been destroyed by
are and that the six inmates had
been burned to death. The coroner's
. s i-
jury late yesterday held an inquest,
finding that the sis victims had come
to their death at the hands of un unknown
known unknown men.
The dead are: John D. Jacobs,
aged 43; his wife, aged 40; Miss El El-lie
lie El-lie Jacobs, aged 23; Leslie Jacobs,
aged IS; Hugh Jacobs, aged 14, and
Orin Jacobs, aged 10.
Jacobs, a well-todo farmer, lived
near Peak in Lexington county. It
was known he kept but little money
in the house and any motive of the
crime, as it now apepars to be, is
CtAUAMKED ECZEMA RKMEDY
The constant itching, burning, red redness,
ness, redness, rash and disagreeable effects of
eczema, tetter, salt rheum, itch, piles
and irritating skin eruptions can be
readily cared 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 everything.
erything. everything. All failed. When" I found
Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment I
found a cure." This ojntment Is the
formula of-a physician and has bGen
in use for years not an experiment.
That is why we can guarantee It. All
druggists, or by mail. Price 50 cents.
Pfeiffer Chemical Co., Philadelphia
and St. Louis, Recommended by Ty Ty-dings
dings Ty-dings & Co. Ad. 6
PXCXIC AT COOTER POXD
There's a world of satisfac satisfaction
tion satisfaction in buying TTneeda Biscuit
because you know you will
get what you want soda
crackers that are oven-fresh,
crisp, clean, appetizing and
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Uneeda Biscuit are always uiriform
in quality they are always alike
in "crispness, in flavor they are
soda crackers you can depend
upon. And all because Unseda
Biscuit are uncommon soda crack crackers
ers crackers packed in an uncommon way.
Five "cents everywhere in the
moisture-proof package, ;. v
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
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They are before you
under your fingers J
ready to imprint them themselves
selves themselves on the paper at
a single stroke, if your
typewriter is a
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fty Woodmeu Cawp and Woodmen
Circle on the Fourth
As per notice last week, Levy
camp No. 126 and Oak Grove Circle
Nro. 45, W. O.-.W., of Montbrook,
will again stand sponsors for the an annual
nual annual 4th of July picnie at Cooter
Pond, midway "between Montbrook
and Morriston. The following speak speakers
ers speakers have been secured: Judge Hal W.
Adams of Mayo on behalf of wood woodcraft;
craft; woodcraft; Dr. C. W. Crook of Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville on behalf of temperance; Hon.
Charles E. Jones of Jacksonville on
behalf of equal suffrage; Hon. Thos.
V. Price of Williston on behalf of
education; Prof. j. J. Vernon, dean
of the university, scientific farming;
Hon. S. Phillips of Williston, good
roads. Other speakers have been in invited
vited invited but at this writing have not
responded. Punnellon and Mont Montbrook
brook Montbrook will play ball and the win winner
ner winner f-to nlav Williston. It has? bean
decided to have a fish fry, which has
heretofore added so much to the pop
ularity of these annual picnics. The;
lodges will operate cool drink stands.!
i have every reason to believe we;
will have a special train from Archer j
to Morriston to handle the people
along line of road. Everybody cor-
dially invited to come and bring
well filled baskets. J. S. Blitch.
C. C. Levy Camp No. 126 W. O. W
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Writing in sigKt is of course important; and the writing' of jhe Smith
Premier is always in sight. But this is not all Every character .written
by the Smith Premier .4s in sight not arnply 10 Aerr it. is vritten. but
all the time. It is the only, typewriter ;on which everything is visible,
from each and every character on the keyboard to the writing on the papers
And this is only one of jheFourcen ncto features ofjhelMode JO
Smith Premier Typewriten. ;
Let us send you a catalogue which wilf tell you about them &IL
Smith Premier Department
Remington Typewriter Company'
220 W. Bay Street. Jacksonville, Florida.
llci:rs aad skiv troubles
If yoa 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.
Bruco 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. IJecpmmended
Ty dings & Co. Ad. 6
hOUTH LAKE AVEIIS
"Queen o! Sea Routes''
MERCHANTS' & MIXERS, TRANS. CO.
Savannah, Baltimore, Philadelphia,
Boston and Providence
. Pine steairrs; ljest service; low
fares; wireless telegraph. Througrh
tickets to aril from principal points.
Send for. booklet.
I-. C. AVERY, Agent.
L. D." JONES, C. A.,
Semlno! Hotel, Jacksonville, Fla.
"Flnesit CoaMtWlr Trim ia th World"
CARPENTER AND BUil DEB
Careful Esti"niate3 STa3e oe All Con
tract Work. Gives more and better
work for tje money than ?ny othe?
Enjoy outdoor life without tan and
freckles. Rexall cold cream Insures
your complexion. Get.it at Gerig'sj
Drugstores. -- "-C-17-tf j
Of .IpplIeaHoj for Tax Drd Vnder
Section of Chapter
I.r w of Florida
Notice hereby, giv-n that C. E.
II Iiib tower, j.'irchaser of tax certifi certificate
cate certificate No. 1ZZ. dated the 1st day of
Jalr, A. I. 1 has filed said certiri certiri-cate
cate certiri-cate in mv oT'lSe, an has made appli application
cation application f?r tr deed to isue In accord accordance
ance accordance with lavr. ald certincate em embrace?
brace? embrace? the ? Uowinsr describe! prop prop-prtv
prtv prop-prtv situaie-i in Marion county, Flor-idu.'to-vit:
I t 44. sab of se-i of sw4
of sec 4 ti 1". .south, Vange 22 east. TUe
-ai4 land iir assessed at the date of
the issuance sucl certiScata in the
name-of unTt-iiO -vn. Unless said certi certi-ilcate
ilcate certi-ilcate sliall b redeemed according to
law, tax deed will Issue thereon on the
17th day of July, A. D. 1513.
"Witness rr-i' ofcSil signature and
?tal this .thv .,1th .da v. of June. .A. D.
1313. P. 1L Nugent,
Clerk Clrcui Court Marlon County,
- Florida. "Moa 16-22-33-7-lf
South Lake Weir, June 25. Miss Misses
es Misses Winnie and Minnie Albertson gave
a party at their home, the Pleasant
Hill Honse, last Friday night. There
was between thirty-five and forty
young people that attended and. the
evening was spent playing games,
etc. Refreshments were servedcon servedcon-sisting
sisting servedcon-sisting of ice cream and cake, which
was enjoyed by all, and at a late
hour the young folks departed for
their homes, thanking the Misses Al Albertson
bertson Albertson for a very pleasant evening.
Those present were, Misses Ruth
Dickinson, Irene Dickinson, Myrtle
Hickey, Grace Snook, Marguerite
Snook, Irene Gates, Juanita Lytle,
Lottie Black, Bertie Coggins, Flor
ence Leitner, Harriet Simpson, Grace
Simpson, Mipnie Albertson, Messrs.
Russell Gano, Paul Schmid, Roland
James, Carl Schmid, Alton C'roggins,
Earl Lytle, Thos. Kelsey, Lester Guth
rie, Turney Reed. Earl Reed, Ray Raymond
mond Raymond Gano, Sam Elder, John Bishop,
Willie Snook, Milton Albertson, Wal Walter
ter Walter Albertson.
The Ladies Aid Society gave a
chicken pillau supper in the park at
Weirsdale last Monday night, which
was well attended. Quite a good
many from here were present and
said the supper was fine.
Mr. Milt on "Albertson and Sam El Elder
der Elder made a trip to Ocala rast Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. i
! Mrs. J. L. Leitner and family, af after
ter after spending a week here at the home
of Mr. Wm. Schmid, reurned to their
home in Ocala.
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 a 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.- Adw
I am keeping at my Sales Barif and Lot, on
West Exposition Street three blocks west of the
court house square, ;
a Fine Drove of V
Horses and Mules
Animals for all pur purposes,
poses, purposes, and at reason
able prices. I, go to
market e a c h two
weeks and select the
stock in person and
get the very best.
Call at (he Lot, you will find some Stock to sail you,
if it is one or dozen head you need, I have them.
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H. jr. NICHOLS
LIVE STOCK DEALER OCALA, FLORIDA
Round Trip Rate From Deala
' --Atlantic Coast Liee
Tickets 0n sale July 2nd, final limit July 7th. Tickets will lc pood
on regular trains going and returning.
For tickets, reservations ar.d information, call on.
' : Y. R. BEAZI.EY. T. P. A.,
M. R. WILLIAMS, Ticket Agent, J. 6. KIRKLAXD, D. P. A.'
Ocala, Fla. Tampa, Fla.
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