OCALA, FLORIDA, MOXUAY, JULY 21, 1913
lEff POLICY MAY BE PURSUE
PAR C EL POST WILL HAD TO DODGE
8E GREATLY IMPROVED! MPOLEOIl'S HORSE
IT BEG i NS TO SEEM LI
UNITED STATES 1011 NiCARAGU
AMAIN ILL FAIL AFTER ALL
EXISTKXCH OF THE PANAMA CAXAL 3UKKS XKCKSSAKY A PRO PROTECTORATE
TECTORATE PROTECTORATE OVEIi CEXTISAL AMERICA
GUARD HIS INTERESTS
Against Revolutions Among the
Natives as Well as Foreign
Washington, July 20. A new new-policy
policy new-policy toward Nicaragua, involving
the virtual control of the affairs of
that republic by the United States
through a protectorate similar to
that exercised over Cuba, was out outlined
lined outlined yesterday by Secretary -Bryan
at a private conference with mem members
bers members of the Senate foreign relations
Mr. Bryan's proposal, coming as a
complete surprise to most of the
members of the committee, has been
taken by many senators as the first
pronouncement of a general policy
on the part of the administration to
extend American control over the
countries surrounding the Panama
canal, and to assure that stability of
Central American republics and the
domination by the United States of
their relations with other great pow powers.
ers. powers. Secretary Bryan went before the
committee with a revised draft of the
proposed Xicaraguan treaty, negotiat negotiated
ed negotiated first in the Taft administration,
by which the United States would se secure
cure secure exclusive canal rights across
Nicaragua and a new naval base, in
exchange for $3,000,000 gold pay payment.
ment. payment. t
New Feature of Treaty
As a new feature of the treaty,
however, the secretary of state pro proposed
posed proposed that language similar if not
identical with the so-called "Piatt
amendment," relating to Cuba, be in injected
jected injected in the treaty, giving the Unit United
ed United States sweeping control of Nic Nic-araguan
araguan Nic-araguan affairs, and the power to reg regulate
ulate regulate her foreign relations and her
' Under the proposed plan, Nic Nicaragua
aragua Nicaragua would agree in substance:
"That war should not be declared
without the .consent of the United
"That no treaties would be made
with foreign governments that would
tend to destroy her independence, or
that would give those governments a
foothold in the republic.
That no public debt would be con contracted
tracted contracted beyond the ordinary re resources
sources resources of the government, as indi indicated
cated indicated by the ordinary revenues.
"That the United States should
hafe the right to interfere at any
jtime to preserve Nicaraguan inde
pendence, or to protect life or prop property.
erty. property. "That the United States should
have the exclusive right to build a
canal across Nicaragua and should
have a ninety-nine-year lease to a
naval base in the bay of Fonseca. and
to the Great Corn anl Little Corn
Islands in the Caribbean, with the
privilege of renewing the lease.
To Give Nicaragua $3,000,000
The United States in return would
pay Nicaragua $3,000,000 to-be used
in public works and education.
BANK FAILURE IS
NOT SO VERY BAD
LaFayette Institution Probably Has
More Assets than Liabilities
Chattanooga, July 21. While of officers
ficers officers of the First National Bank of
LaFayette, Ga., which failed Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, had given out no statement of
the institution's condition yet, Chat Chattanooga
tanooga Chattanooga bankers estimated its liabil liabilities
ities liabilities were approximately $238,000
with aggregate assets of$240,000. It
was said the bank's depositors would
be paid in full.
Weights Increased and Rates Lessen Lessened
ed Lessened by the Middle of Next
Washington. July 20. Plans for
the extension, improvement and re reduction
duction reduction in rates of the parcel post
were announced yesterday by Post Postmaster
master Postmaster General Burleson. The
changes, which a-e to become effec effective
tive effective on August 15, include an in increase
crease increase from 11 pounds to 20 pounds
in the maximum weight of parcels; a
material reduction in the postage
rates in the first" and second ones,
and the abandonment of the parcel
post map as a means of computing
rates and the substitution for it of a
rate chart individualized to every
postoffice in the United States.
MORAL FOLK OF MIAMI
i Ancient Woman Who Died Lat
Week Saw the Great
Philadelphia, July 21. Mrs. Frelaj
Vidietsky, probably the last woman
who had a personal recollection of
Napoleon Bonaparte, died last week
at her home, in Philadelphia, at the
age of 109. The Record in a sketch
of her life says that she was born in
Tchernigov, the capital of the prov province
ince province of the same name, in Northern
Russia. When she was 6 years old
she was taken by her parents to a
small town near Smolensk, where she
later witnessed the Cornican's famous
retreat from Moscow. During the
excitement in the village when the
French were marching through, she
evaded the vigilance of her father, a
rabbi, and stood at the roadside
watching them pass. As Napoleon
rode by his horse reared up and near nearly
ly nearly ran her down.
RAILROADED LEGISLATION MAY NOT AVERT THE THREATENED
STRIKE OX THE EASTERX JEIAILROADS
Much Shocked by Exhibition of the
Picture of a Nude Maiden
Miami, July 20. September Morn
still holds its place in Smith's win window,
dow, window, in spite of the fact that Chief
Ferguson demanded that the picture
should be removed from public gaze.
Municipal Judge Phillips decided that
tciere was no law against showing
pictures of this character in store
windows. The picture is a real work
of art, showing the childish form of
a girl, perfectly nude, standing in
the edge of a pool, evidently prepar preparing
ing preparing for her morning bath. People
of different moral ideas have express expressed
ed expressed their opinions very freely in re re-gaid
gaid re-gaid to the moral effect the showing
of such a picture will have on the
community, some claiming that it is
right and proper, while others, are
equally emphatic that it is a "sinful!
shame" to have such a picture placed j
on public exhibition.
SAT DOWN ON THE
MAYOR OF SEATTLE
Court Foiled His Attempt to Muzzle
Seattle, July 21. Quiet had been
restored in the streets through which
TrlYIHGTO GET EMPLOYERS
sailors and marines of the Pacific re reserve
serve reserve fleet swept Friday night, wreck wrecking
ing wrecking the headquarters of the Indus
trial Workers of the World and Rad-'
ical Socialists, and the police are con confident
fident confident there will be no serious re renewal
newal renewal of the disorders.
Public interest, after the debris
had been swept away, centered in the
unsuccessful effort of Mayor Cot- New York. July 20. The Eastern
terrill to prevent the publication of 'railroads and their dissatisfied con con-the
the con-the Seattle Times, the mayor alleg-1 ductors and trainmen have continued
ing that incendiary articles in the! the truce which for the past week
Times were responsible for the rio:-jhas rested on Congress' mediation
ing. land arbitration steps towards avert-
Judge Humphries came to the res-j ing the threatened strike of SO. 000
May Prove to be an Impossible Task
for the Newlands Law
cue of the Times with an injunction
and the city edition of the paper
came out on time and the police
guard which had been put over the
mailing room was withdrawn.
TO MY FRIENDS AND THE PUBLIC
I have severed my connection with
the Ocala Plumbing and Electric Co.,
men. An anxiously awaited develop development
ment development was the confirmation late yes yesterday
terday yesterday by the Senate of Judge Will William
iam William Lea Chambers as commissioner
of mediation under the Newlands ar arbitration
bitration arbitration law, and G. W. W. Hangar
to be assistant commissioner. They
are expected here tomorrow for the
beginning of their labors.
The mediators will be confronted
Of Five Hundred S, C. White Leg Leghorn
horn Leghorn Hens
These hens must be sold to make
room. Now is your time to get some
good foundation stock cheap and
breed up a good lot of winter layers.
Apply for prices to Ivy Poultry Farm,
Ocala, Fla., Fred B. Burden, man manager.
ager. manager. 7-19-6t
Lucky Blue Bird Pins the latest
thing out Weihe, the jeweler.-15-6t
There will be a demonstration of'
cattje dipping for the eradication of
the cattle tick given at the Ocala
Heights Dairy Tuesday morning at 8
o'clock. It is given at this time so
the milch cows will be ready for the
usual morning milking. Dr. Curtis
of Anthony and Prof. Willoughby of
Gainesville will be present. All who
are interested are invited to be pres present.
ent. present. 7-lS-3t
HB NUT CLUB
AmTop milk in tLt?errr
AMD DuTT To DulTU
dont Get You
Tae NUTctuB mosT
We FURNISH A
W F tOO.PoO-Mfl l'f1.
and opened up for myself. I have! at the outset with a stubborn differ differ-bought
bought differ-bought out Mr. R. E. Yonge's plumb- ence of opinion between the roads
ing business, which is situated on the "and the men as to the debatable ques ques-railroad,
railroad, ques-railroad, a few doors south of Fortjtions. The organization leaders
King avenue. Until I am permanent- maintain that the only point of dif dif-ly
ly dif-ly located at my new quarters, phone ference to be considered is that the
all orders to No. 38 S (Mr. Yonge's j employes' demands for higher wages,
tin shop), or No. 233, my residence, j but the railroad managers contend
All work entrusted to me shall re- j that they have grievances which must
ceive my personal attention.
7-17-tf J. W. Akin.
Thanking you in advance for any lf both sides perslst in their, atti atti-business
business atti-business you may throw my way, Ijtude, a strike may be called within
beg o remain. Itwentv-fmir hours aftor o hrov in
ithe negotiations, as the leaders of the
j employes are positive in declaring
tneir determination to issue the
strike order should the railroads re refuse
fuse refuse to recede from the position thpv
A meeting of the stockholders of jhave maintained since the Aland's -the
Ocala Athletic Association will bebi, tecame a law It is generaiiy be beheld
held beheld at 3:30 p. m., July 23, 1913, injlieved in Quarters whefe the gitua.
the directors' office of the Munroe &;tion is bejng cosey watched howe?..
Chambliss Bank at Ocala, Fla., for that the mediators wlll be abJe to
the purpose of electing officers and Ret the two sideg together the
nauLius Sucu uiiiti uuaiueba demands to be arbitrated.
may come oetore tne meeting.
7-9-23 C. W. Hunter.
When in need of anything in the
way of inks call at the Court Pharm Pharm-Call
Call Pharm-Call on the Court Pharmacy when acy. All colors in -stock at all
you are in need of anything in the times.
line of office supplies. We have
them. 7-lS-6t Buttermilk at Gerig's Drugstore, tf
THE NUT CLUB
Our Members Always Mean Well, at That.
By F. R. MORGAN
(Copyright, 1913. Wttern Newspaper Union.)
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Trunks and Bags
More Goods for Your Money, or Your Money Back
WIBLY FJ MORE?
Revolvers and Guns
OCALA, FORI DA
THE OCA LA EVEXIXG STAR, 3IOXDAY, JLXY 21, 1913
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ed Unbleached Sheeting, very soft and a
good value, for
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Specials for Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Sat.
There is not an item mentioned in this advertisement that can be du duplicated
plicated duplicated for the price. Come to our store and get samples of these goods
AND COMPARE, then you will be convinced that this is the home of
SPECIAL NO. 1.
Lingerie, this is a beautiful soft fabric, in white only, 40 inches wide 1 fn
and would be cheap at 15c a yard, reduced to lUb
SPECIAL NO. 2.
White Lawn, this is very sheer quality, 40 inches wide, usually Iflp
sells for 15c, reduced for this week to I Uu
SPECIAL NO. 3.
Pajama Checks, this is not kind that you usually get for 10c, it is 36 Qp
inches wide, and a real value at uu
SPECIAL NO. 4.
Long Cloth, this is one of the most used items in the house. This QCp
is 36 inches wide and put up in 10 yard pieces at pc 33 b
SPECIAL NO. 5.
White Lawn, this is a very strong fabric and thousands of uses for Cp
it. The regular price is 9c, this week only . . Jw
W e have a lot of good things for you this week.
Don't Fail to Get a Sample of the Advertised Goods
14 yards Yard wide Bleach Bleached
ed Bleached Sheeting real 10c goods,
soft finish, for
"You will Eventually Trade Here.
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Mr. Lt. E. lioller Dangerously Wound
ed bv MrJ4Vntimst
The city wasaeMly excited batA
urday evening wjtfjit was reported
that Mr. L. E. Bflfller had been cut
almost to pieces nd brought to th
hospital in a dyfhg condition.
At this writingTr.-BoHer-is-"alive,
and seems to have a change for re recovery,
covery, recovery, but if he pulls through it will
be because of his own fine constitu constitution
tion constitution and the skill of his doctors, for
many a man has died of less serious
to town imme imme-to
to imme-to the sheriff,
jail. They claim
le wounds were inflicted on
Boiler by Mr. J. Wfclurst, who has
been farming th!pflller place on
shares. Mr. Iiursad his stepson,
Mr. J. H. Simpson,
ed in the affair, ca
and were placed i
Irr-fiolrerr'wlicr-hatl been out of
town, returned Saturday evening.
Not finding anyone waiting to take
them home, he walked out to his
place on the Anthony road, arriving
about 7 o'clock. He found Mrs. Boi Boiler
ler Boiler and his little son Ivan considera considerably
bly considerably troubled. It seems that there
had been some dispute about the di division
vision division of the crops. The place was
farmed for two crops, a money crop
and one of sustenance. Mr. Boiler
claims that he did not receive any
returns from the first. The second
was being gathered, and as Mr. Boi Boiler
ler Boiler was away, Mrs: Boiler sent her
son,. Ivan, a 14-year-old boy, to rep represent
resent represent his father, and she and Ivan
say that Mr. Hurst ordered the little
fellow away and threatened to beat
him if he did not leave.
Mrs. Boiler says that on being in informed
formed informed of this, Mr. Boiler went to
the gate, where Mr. and Mrs. Hurst
and Mr. Simpson were preparing to
leave, and asked why his boy had
been so treated. Mr. Hurst told Mr.
Boiler that he would get all that was
coming to him. Mr. Boiler replied
that he had been beaten out of his
share of the money crop, but didn't
propose to be so treated in regard to
the feed crop. One remark brought
on another until, Mrs. Boiler says,
Mr. Hurst attacked her husband.
Hurst was knocked down twice, and
then Simpson drew a gun and fired
at Boiler, but missed. Hurst then
attacked Boiler with a knife, and in-
I flicted one long slash on his arm.
Mrs. Boiler also says that while the
cutting was going on Mrs. Hurst
took a hand in the fight and beat
Boiler over the head with the butt
of a buggywhip.
Mrs. Boiler and Ivan put them themselves
selves themselves between Mr. Boiler and his as assailants
sailants assailants and carried him to the
house, where Mrs. Boiler tied up Irs
wounds as best she could. Their
horse was already hitched to the
buggy, and they lifted him into it,
and drove as fast as they dared to
the hospital, where after an hour
and a half of hard work, in which
they virtually had to take out the
wounded man's vitals and replace
them, the surgeons were able to say
they thought he had one chance in
from Virginia four years ago. They
aVe quiet people, and have lived
much to themselves, but have made
some sincere friends among those
who know them.
Messrs. Hurst and Simpson have
not given their side of the story.
They bear a good reputation, and
their friends are sincerely sorry that
they have become involved in such a
AGAIN IX ADUIAXOPJE
Christian Dissension Makes Bulga Bulgaria's
ria's Bulgaria's Heroic Sacrifice
London, July 21. The Turks have
entered Adrianople after a brief con conflict
flict conflict with the Bulgarian garrison,
says a Sofia dispatch to the Times,
Bashi Bazouks are burning, pillag pillaging
ing pillaging and committing atrocities.
The Roumanian troops are advanc advancing
ing advancing in an easterly direction and
threatening eastern Rumelia.
The events of the last few days,
adds the correspondent, "indicate the
complete collapse of the authority of
The Servians and Greeks essayed
to push their attacks Friday and
Saturday all along the line, but ev everywhere
erywhere everywhere were repulsed.
Hotel Breakers, 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. 6-23-tf
ANDERSON OFT FOR THE OFFICE
Veteran Lawyer a Candidate for the
"Editor Star: I wish to announce
to the public that I shall apply to the
governor for appointment to the of office
fice office of state attorney for this circuit,
made on account of the resignation
of Mr. E. W. Davis.
I trust that my application for this
important office may meet with
favor. Truly yours,
R. L. Anderson.
FOR CRIITLED AUTOS
W. C. T. U. MEETING
The V. C. T. U. will meet at the
Baptist church Tuesday afternoon at
4 o'clock. A special program will be
rendered by the children of the L. T.
L. in observance of their red letter
day. All children of the primary
departments of the schools, both
Sunday and day schools, are invited
and a special invitation is given to
the mothers to be present at this
meeting. After the program the
children will entertain on the lawn.
H. A. Waterman is southern agent
for the famous Kneeland and J. & M.
shoes for men all leathers. 7-14-6t
No Daintier Lunch
Can be imagined than one prepared
from our deviled ham or tongue,
luncheon cheese, olives and a hun hundred
dred hundred other dainty and appetizing spe specialties.
cialties. specialties. And they can be made
ready in a few moments. Xo bother,
no cooking. Just open and serve.
Better have a supply on hand. They
are mighty handy to have in the
J. L. Smith Grocery Co.
Nest to Ocala National Bank
Mr. Luckie's New Garage on North
Main Street will Soon
lie in Operation
Messrs. Jenkins & Williams, with
a force of hands are rapidly getting
the lower, story of the R. S. Hall
office building in readiness for Mr. T.
C. Luckie's new and up-to-date gar gar-arge
arge gar-arge The entire interior of the store has
been torn out and filled in with sand
and a solid cement floor will take the
place of the wooden one. There will
be both a front and rear entrance for
cars, and the floor will have a slight
slope for drainage. Twenty-four
feet will be added to the rear of the
building making the interior of the
garage 104 feet in length. The work
will soon be completed and Mr. Luck Luck-ie
ie Luck-ie will then prepare to equip it in a
strictly first-class ( and up-to-date
manner, and will employ a force of
expert mechanics. He will also car carry
ry carry a full line of automobile supplies
Mr. Luckie is one of the best auto
mechanics in this part of the coun country.
try. country. He is also a conscientious and
reliable workmen, and attends to oth other
er other people's work like it was his own.
When his garage is in operation he
may be certain of having all the bus business
iness business he can attend to.
This will make five garages in the
city, and they all keep busy.
IMPORTANT CHURCH QUESTION
FOR THE EPISCOPALIANS
Notice is hereby given to the con congregation
gregation congregation of Grace Episcopal church,
and they are requested to be present
at a meeting of the congregation to
be held at the church on Thursday
evening, the 24th of July, at 8
o'clock, to take under consideration
the proposition to retrocede to the
diocese of Florida the territory now
embraced in the counties of Marion
and Volusia, which now form a part
of the missionary jurisdiction of
Southern Florida. James G. Glass,
Rector Grace Church.
DR. J. HARRY WALTERS
Office Telephone 78
Residence Telephone 495
-fry our Ice cold buttermilk. Re Received
ceived Received daily from the Ocala Heights
Dairy. Gerig's Drugstore. 6-17-tf
Buttermilk at uerigs Drugstore, tf
We sock the knife into prices on Hardware. A
big business at little prices is our way of doing bus business.
W e are not afraid that our business is soon go going
ing going to blow up. We are here to stay, by carrying
what the people want and by doing a square busi business.
ness. business. lartoi Hardware C.5
, IFla. Phone 118.
WHITE STAR UIME,
TRANSFER AXD FIREPROOF STORAGE
COLLIER BROS., Proprietors.
Teams for Light
and Heavy Hauling.
Superior to Plaster
or Ceiling in
Qua i:y cr Price.
1 OCALA OCCURRENCES
Prudent people believe in absolute protection
for their valuables.
The most secure place is in the safety deposit
vaults of this bank.
They are fire-proof and they are burglar-proof.
Individual safe deposit boxes may be rented at rea reasonable
sonable reasonable rates.
K. of P. meet tonight.
made a trip to Levon and Summo--
Elks meet tomorrow evening'.
dinner c.t the Harrington they left
tor Inverness, mey were accom accompanied
panied accompanied on their rounds today by Mr.
M. J. Roess, who is largely interested
with them in their Marion county en enterprises.
terprises. enterprises. Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.
Boy Scouts meet tomorrow night.
Board of Trade Wednesday night.
THE OCALA E VEXING STAR, 3IOXDAY, JULY 21, 1913
I Prudence in Safety.
2C1 : M
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V 0 it f'"SL -itsss.
"All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy
Everybody likes to take a trip. It brightens us up
and gives us something to think about, and if you
have got some money tucked away in the bank, so
that when you do find time to take the trip, it will
buy some tickets and some nice clothes and make
that trip possible, whereas, without that money,
your vacation would have to be spent at home,
DO YOUR BANKING WITH US
IVe Pay 4 per cent Interest on Savings Accounts
Moose meet Thursday evening.
R. A. il. meets Friday night.
Too many quarrels are picked be before
fore before they are ripe.
Time is money, but it is easier to
make up lost time than lost money.
Fresh buttermilk every day at the
Postoffice Drugstore. 6-24-tf
Gen. Henry W. Long was in the
city today from Cotton Plant.
Mr. J. J. Guthrie represented Ken Ken-drick
drick Ken-drick in the city today.
As will be seen by his announce announcement
ment announcement elsewhere, Mr. Robert L. An Anderson
derson Anderson is a candidate for the office
of state attorney for the fifth circuit.
Mr. Anderson is a veteran attorney,
and is one of the best-read and most
skillful lawyers in the state. He has
strong backing among his profes-i
sional brethren, and is the strongest
opponent Mr. Spencer is likely tc
GAU NATIONAL. BANK
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
Col. H. M. Hampton will go to
Jacksonville tonight on legal business.
Don't forget that you can buy
show cases and counters very cheap
from The Murray Company. 7-18-3t
Ask the well dressed man about us
he'll tell you. Rivers, the Harring Harrington
ton Harrington Hall Haberdashery. 7-21-3t
Are you going away? Then let us
fit you up with a trunk or bag. H.
B. Masters Co. 6-30-lm
Lost, Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Needs
FOR RENT Offices in Holder
building. Apply to Davis & Martin.
FOR RENT Three or four fur
nished rooms; light housekeeping.
Enquire Anderson Pharmacy. 7-16-tf
FOUND A bunch of keys; bottle
opener, button hook, door key and
several others. Call at this office.
FOR RENT Five or six-room
house on Daugherty street. Apply to
Baxter Carn. 5-31-tf
RAGS WANTED Anyone having
on hand well laundered cotton rags
can dispose of them by applying at
the Star office. 7-4-tf
Mr. Henry Davis motored from
Gainesville this afternoon to visit
Oil Co., and cost $65; will sell for
$4 5. Apply Marion Furniture Co.,
or P. J. Theus,, Ocala, Fla. 7-21-6t
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. Geiger. Ad.
R. D. FULLER
Over the Munroe & Chambliss Bank
FOR RENT Upstairs; consisting
of three rooms, furnished for house housekeeping,
keeping, housekeeping, with bath, city and cistern
water. Mrs. P. H. Gillen, No. I S.
Fifth street. 7-8-6t
LOST At Miss Florence Samp Sampson's
son's Sampson's party recently, a gold bar pin
with button in center and taps on
ends. Return to Miss Marjorie Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, at Frank's store. 7-17-6t
WANTED Sober hustler with
horse and buggy, by a large corpora corporation
tion corporation as collector in Marion county.
Address with references, J. B. Colley,
care Harrington Hall: .7-1 7-3t
FOR SALE 1913 4hp. Indian
motorcycle. Cheap for cash. H...S
J. E. CIIACE
Rooms 9, 10, 11, Holder Block
The deep pathos and dramatic
feeling were given by Mr. Swain to
perfection. Brooklyn Eagle.
Six weeks ago Mr. W. O. Massey
went to Atlanta and entered a hos hospital
pital hospital to have his eyes treated. Dur During
ing During his absence Mrs. Massey's sisters,
Mrs. Baker and Miss Otie Phillips,
came down to stay with her. First
Mrs. Baker wras called back to At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta to the bedside of her grand grandchild
child grandchild who died a few, days after her
arrival, then Miss Phillips was call called
ed called to Atlanta, where her brother
died in a hospital, where he went to
undergo an operation. Mrs. Massey
received the sad news last week that
Mr. Massey had lost one of his eyes
entlrelyand the doctors were doing
jail they could to save the other, but
f any vision remains it will be very
ittle. Mrs. Massey will leave one day
this week to be with her husband.
Mr. and Mrs. Massey moved from this
city to North Lake Weir several
months ago, and have a very com
fortable home there. Their frienis
in this city will deeply sympathize
with them in their troubles.
Mr. W. B. Gallagher left this
morning on a soutnern tour or tao
state in the interest of his firm.
The county judge has issued a
marriage license for Mr. H. W. Gor
don and Miss Florence May Harvey.
Mr. Edwin Swain was the assisting
artist and his songs were beautifully
done. N. Y. Evening WTorld.
DR. V. K. LAXF Specialist, Eye
Ear. Nose and Throat. Office Law
Library Building, Ocala. Adv.
Those initial correspondence cards
for sale by the Murray Company are
the latest things out. 7-18-3t
It costs more to quench a full
grown thirst than it does to feed
The Murray Company still has 25c
and 50c box lefter paper at 10c a
People will pass by half a dozen
non-advertising stores to hunt up one
that is constantly telling what it has
Mrs. S. P. Hollinrake is steadily
Mr. Ben Wallace of Zuber, whose
leg was amputated in the hospital
two weeks ago, was discharged to today,
day, today, and returned to Zuber, where
he has a position with the Sumner
A twelve-year-old son of Mr. Lee
Lominac, living near the city, was
severely bitten by a dog that had
been caught in a steel trap. The boy
was trying to release the dog, which
was frantic with pain, and bit him
severely on the hand. This was a
week ago, and the wound is very
ibad. He is at the hospital for treat
ment. As the dog was not mad, the
only fear is that of blood poisoning.
Rev. W. R. Lambert, who has
been ill in Ocala for several days, re
turned home yesterday and will con
duct the services at the Baptist
church next Sunday morning and
evening. Rev. Lambert and wife
have been visiting friends and rela relatives
tives relatives in Ocala and Brooksville. They
made the trip through the country
in Mr. Lambert's car. Quincy items
FISIIEL'S KNOCK-OUT SALE
Mr. Leon Fishel, the publicity man
of the firm of Fishel & Son, inform
ed a Star reporter this morning that
their Knock-Out sale was the biggest
thing of its kind they had ever pull pulled
ed pulled off. The store was crowded all
day Saturday and late into the night
with customers taking advantage of
the many advertised bargains. And
the same schedule was carried out to today,
day, today, many arriving early In the
morning to avoid the rush that they
knew would be on later in the day.
The store will be entirely rebuilt as
soon as the big sale is over, of which
we shall have more to say later.
It will look as bright
as if new.
Next to Express Office.
niocTon took the piano
Fresh bread every day and the
best there is made too. We always
keep on hand the largest line of
cakes that has ever been carried by
an Ocala bakery. Carter's Bak Bakery.
ery. Bakery. 7-2-tf
Mr. J. D. Rooney, formerly assist assistant
ant assistant industrial agent of the Seaboard
Air Line Railway, but now secretary
of the Ocala Board of Trade, was
among the viistors along Cinder Row
in Jacksonville yesterday. Times-Union.
Another big shipment of those dol dollar
lar dollar shirts has just arrived at the
Rivers Haberdashery. And they're
every one guaranteed fast colors.
. Office Over Commercial Bank
M. C. IZLAR
t Dental Surgeon
Office Law Library Building
on front, open face, initials E. W. S.
on back. Black fob with letter R
Finder will be rewarded. Dr. Will Williams,
iams, Williams, box 332. 7-15-6t
FOR SALE 1913 motorcycles and
motor boats at bargain prices, all
makes, brand new machines, on easy
monthly payment plan. Get our
proposition before buying or you will
regret it, also bargains in used
motorcycles. x Write us today. En Enclose
close Enclose stamp for reply. Address, Lock
Box 11, Trenton, Mich. 7-lS-tf
Mr. P. A. Durand has completed a
large plumbing contract at Lady
Lake and is back in Ocala attending
to his growing business.
Mr. C. P. Moore, our former fel fellow
low fellow citizen, was in town yesterday
on his way home to St. Petersburg
Mr. Frank Gates resumed his po position
sition position in the O. K. Teapot Grocery
this morning, having fully recovered
from the effects of his recent illness.
Enjoy outdoor life without tan and
freckles. Rexall cold cream insures
your complexion. Get it at Gerig's
Mr. J. D. Proctor of Pedro was the
lucky bidder who obtained the fine
$375 piano from Mr. A. M. Lansford,
on Saturday. Mr. Proctor's bid was
$214 cash, and was the highest bid
offered for the July auction sale. Mr.
Proctor was justly proud of his fine
bargain and took home with him one
of the finest instruments in Mr.
Lansford's store at practically half
of its retail price.
Mr. Lansford proposes to have
one of these auction sales each
month and tbe lucky bidder will get
the piano. The announcement for
August will be made in a few days.
If you want an instrument put in
your bid in writing and you may
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AUTO CURTAINS LOST Lost on
Thursday night, July 17th, between
Belleview and Ocala, roll of black au automobile
tomobile automobile curtains in red leather cov cover.
er. cover. Finder will be rewarded by re returning
turning returning to Star office or Drn E. Van
FOUND At Temple theater, gold
stick pin. Three links engraced on
face. Owner can find same at this
J. G. PURVIS
Office Over Nash Dry Goods Store
Attorney at Law
Office Second Floor Munroe
Chambliss Bank Building
Mr. S. J. Sikes, of Gainesville, has
purchased the meat market business
of Kirby & Company on North Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street.
Prof. J. H. Brinson and Mr.
Joseph Malever were among the ex excursionists
cursionists excursionists over the Seaboard to
FOR SALE 110-gallon oil, tank;
M'lVER & MAG KAY
Undertakers and Embalmers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
The principal interpreters were
the St. Cecelia Club and Edwin
Swain, a talented baritone. New
20c per lb.
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.
We still have on hand 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
The creditors of the Lake Weir
Sand Company will meet at the of office
fice office of Mr. Grover C. McClure, ref referee
eree referee in bankruptcy, Wednesday.
D. E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
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balmers Embalmers and Fully Guaranteed
D. E. McIVER 104
The signs have come down for
Marshal Brigance like the coons
came down for Davy Crockett, and
the business section looks better.
If everybody knew as much about
the quality of the goods you have
on your shelves as you do, don't you
suppose they would hunt you up
when in need of them? Moral: Advertise.
used only several months and is asje. V. ROBERTS 303
good' as new; sold by the Standard j Undertaking Office.. 47
Among the prominent people in
the city today are Col. W. S. West.
speaker of the Georgia house of rep
resentatives, and Dr. H. A. Reeves,
of Inverness. These gentlemen are
making a tour of inspection of their
mill properties in this county, having
We are carrying a very com complete
plete complete 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 belter fhan
Maxim of Experienced Housewife.
A woman who plays bridge has no
right to complain if her husband joins
I two or three lodges.
An elegant line or lawyers manu
script covers, in any color that could
be desired, just received at the Star
The vacation season Is just begin beginning
ning beginning and those in need of Trunks
should call and see our prices.
The Furniture 3Ien
No Coal Famine in U. S.
According to geological survey esti estimates
mates estimates only about one-half of 1 per
cent, of the available coal in the
United States has been mined.
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The Old Standard general strengthening tonic,
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and sure Arpetizer For adults tnd children. 50c.
A man goes away to build up his
nm-down physical system and cornea
back to build up a run-down financial
Buy tt now. Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is al almost
most almost certain to be needed before the
summer is over. Buy it now and be
prepared for such an emergency.
For sale by all dealers. Adv.
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THE OCA LA EV FIXING STAR, MONDAY, JULY 21, 1913
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
MTTIXGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
R. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. II. lienjamin. Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.
and the new owner, who is one of
the most successful journalists in the
country will make considerable improvements.
One year, in advance $5.00
Six months, in advance 2.50
Three months, in advance.... 1.23
One month, in advance 50
One year, in advance $8.00
Six months, in advance 4.25
Three months, in advance.... 2.25
One month, in advance 80
DANIELS MAY BE DENOUNCED
A great deal of time and energy if
wasted in civilization in preparing
for work that is never done.
The St. Augustine Meteor isn't one
of the biggest papers in Florida, but
it is one of the cleanest and most independent.
from the officers of the law. His
controversy with the board of bond
trustees looks not only like a contest
between the man and the dollar, but
a controversy between a decent city
government and a wide-open town.
The Turk3 may be enemies of
Christendom, but it is easy to respect
them more than the Christians who
intrigue against or butcher one another.
Tampa boasts that it is a city of
smokes. All of the villages of Afri Africa
ca Africa can make the same claim. Pen Pensacola
sacola Pensacola News.
Thi3 is the meanest stab at Tampa
we ever saw.
A liars' convention has just been
held in Waycross, Ga. It must be
an unusually truthful place. Liars
are so common in other towns that
it never occurs to them to hold a
convention or any other exclusive
One thing to be thankful for is
that the passenger coaches in use on
.the Atlantic Coast Line in this part
of the state can't last forever. They
are rotten in spots now, so it is pos
sible that our grand children
..have decent cars to ride in
The Ocala Star, in its new form, U
brighter and newsier than ever.
If the Star could grow half as
fast and be as bright and newsy in
proportion as the Tribune, it would
be very well satisfied with itself.
The Ocala Evening Star has dou dou-"bled
"bled dou-"bled its size. The Banner recently
pill, UU LUC 13JULiaLCU X If 33 SCI U
so the indications are that Ocala is
on a boom. Pensacola News.
Nay, nay, Mr. News; not a boom;
just the logical result of steady
Mr. William J. Bryan as secretary
of state of the United States of Am America,
erica, America, no matter how simple and in inexpensive
expensive inexpensive his own life and habits
may be, is obliged to maintain con considerable
siderable considerable style. His home in Wash Washington
ington Washington is the social headquarters of
the diplomatic fepresentatives of the
eight great powers of the world; and
about fifty smaller nations. Even
without wine, the cost of the enter entertainments.
tainments. entertainments. he must give in the course
of a year amount to "a considerable
sum. .Mr. Bryan's private means are
smaller than those of any secretary
of state since Walter Q. Gresham,
who caused great discontent because
he lived at a hotel and was not able
to keep up the establishment requir required
ed required by his position. Richard Olney
was a rich man. John Sherman was
a very rich man. William R. Day
was better off than Bryan. Elihu
Root and P. C. Knox are multi multimillionaires.
millionaires. multimillionaires. None of these gentle gentlemen
men gentlemen were under any necessity of ad adding
ding adding to their incomes while in office.
If they had been, they would have
said nothing about it. They had
more money than Mr. Bryan, but
they lacked his honest frankness.
Another member of Wilson's cab-5
inet has committed a grave indiscre-J
tion. Secretary of the Navy Daniels,;
at a banquet in Seattle Thursday
night, praised the Stars and Stripes
and denounced .the red flag. The
next night, a band of sailors and
marines from the warshios in the
harbor, went on a tear, wrecked a!
socialist hall and a Salvation Army
barracks and raided the headquarters
of the Industrial Workers of the
World, and broke the heads of sev several
eral several of the workers. It is true that
the night before, a party of indus industrial
trial industrial workers had beaten up three
bluejackets, who were ashore on
leave, and it is not likely that the
riotous sailors had heard of Secre-!
tary Daniels' speech, but what of (
that? Probably by this time Mr.
Townsend of Michigan, or some other
republican senator, and his secretary
have concocted a ringing speech and ;
mailed copies to all anti-administra-tion
papers, and as soon as the let-;
ters have had time to reach the ad-j
dresses and be put in type,, the said!
senator will rear back on his dew I
claws in the Senate and roll off the.
said speech with the oratorical thun-
der of rain beating on a tin roof; :
and then the complaisant Associated
Press, which is strictly impartial,
especially toward republicans, will!
bear the welcome release to
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SENATOR BRYAN IS MADE
OF THE RIGHT STUFF I
The picture of "September Morn,"
the young lady going in bathing au
naturel, thatistosay, without any
bathing suit, is causing much trou trouble.
ble. trouble. Delicate people of Denver have
had four newspapers indicted for
printing copies, moral Miami is
shocked over a copy in the show
window of a store, and even prudish
Pensacola is paralyzed by the exhi exhibition
bition exhibition of still another of the pictures.
If any one of our readers has a
superfluous picture of Miss Septem September
ber September Morn, will they please send.it to
the Star at once by parcel post C.
O. D.? We should like to be able to
decide whether the picture is im immoral
moral immoral or not, and are not willing to
form an opinion on the evidence of
any eyes but our own.
There can be nothing whatever
said against Judge Hocker as a can candidate
didate candidate for governor or in any other
capacity, whether public or private.
The only thing that we can think of
is, that it would spoil an excellent
judge to fill a position that could be
supplied just as well by any one of a
number of other men, for it is more
difficult to find a good judge than an
acceptable governor. Tampa Times.
The Star hardly thinks that its
dignified old friend, Judge Hocker,
would leave his present exalted posi position,
tion, position, to enter into the political
scramble of a campaign.
A so far bloodless war is on at
Jacksonville to see who is head cf
the city government, the mayor or
the bond trustees. The mayor we
understand was a labor candidate,
and the bond trustees of course are
in charge of the money, and there therefore
fore therefore probably will control unless
the mayor shall adopt some brash
measures. Looks to us as if Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville with her capital and labor
wars was riding for a serious fall
some of these days. St. Petersburg
Almost everybody in this settle settlement
ment settlement sympathizes with Mayor Swear Swear-ingen.
ingen. Swear-ingen. His record as police judge of
Jacksonville, particularly his course
during the streetcar strike, stamps
him as a man who has the due regard
for the rights of other men that
other men have a right to expect
We have never been able to un understand
derstand understand why the insurance com companies
panies companies imagine the late E. O. Painter
took poison before he went over overboard.
board. overboard. Examination of his organs
would not show that he jumped
over and if he wanted to commit sui suicide
cide suicide certainly drowning would be as
effective as poison and both hardly
necessary. It looks like an effort on
the part of the insurance companies
to harass the family of Mr. Painter
until they agree to compromise. St.
And the longer they put off settle settlement,
ment, settlement, the more it looks that way.
iof the sentiment expressed by this
; sheep-raiser of New York and also
j needs in the halls of legislation more
'of the sentiment expressed by Sen
ator iiryan or Florida.
Senator Bryan's course is in such
imarked contrast to the recprd of
'many so-called democrats in the Sen-
Bryan has at-1 ate that it is refreshing. And, it
Senator Xathan P
tracted the attention of the entire 'may be remarked, the junior Florida
country and won the approval of real senator is growing bigger with the
plemocrats everywhere by his pro-; country as well as with the people of
nounced and fearless stand upon the 'Florida all the time.
tariff question. j :
Friday the Journal published an The Orlando Sentinel is most en en-editorial
editorial en-editorial from the Rochester, X. Y., jergetic these sweltering days to ap ap-Herald
Herald ap-Herald which warmly approved Sen- Proximate the profits of the fruit and
ator Bryan's course and an equally : vegetable season just closed at $1, $1,-strong
strong $1,-strong endorsement comes from the ; 400,000. We hope no mistake is
Buffalo Knmiirpr. Th ihptv in made and that the good people feel
editorial headed, ''Rare Patriotism
Two Samples," says:
The other day a New
4 i : 2ii : r
sheep-raiser, touring- western New I glonous "UI -"iea&e ium u.
York in his automobile, visited the'six times its Present number. number.-EnQuircr
EnQuircr number.-EnQuircr I
. ". , Colonel Ed. Davis of Ocala, who
Discussing the sheep industry in!,
j. x ,had such strong endorsements for
New ork, this farmer states the .t. .. , ,. .
, .the position of Lnited States district
prices he received for his wool clip:
!form a partnership in the practice of
.t i j i ,1L ,iaw witn jeuoy t. unes. ta uavjs
that? Asked why he succeeded withi. iV . . 4
. A. I is one of the best and brightest young
sheep in New ork when other far-',
i lawyers m me siaie auu au ui ua
ias rich as they look and will not hes-
iitate to turn lots of it loose. By this
York ctarfJ0d method the population of our
and his lambs and enquired:
better does a farmer want
hope for him a rich harvest in his
new field of labor. Jacksonville
the Floridian. -an.
"September Morn" has reached
Tampa, and we have survived the
shock. It really isn't shocking and
only the evil imagination can make
it so. Tampa Tribune.
Some of the extra easy to shock
people we see make us think that
Nature commits a misdemeanor in
allowing children to be born undressed.
The Jacksonville Metropolis was
sold Saturday to George A. McCIel McCIel-lan
lan McCIel-lan of Indianapolis, former owner of
the Indiana Star League "and later
owner of the Indianapolis Star. The
consideration was $275,000. The
new owner took charge today. W.
R. Carter and Rufus A. Russell
started the paper twenty-six years
ago on a capital of $1,200. It is the
only afternoon paper in Jacksonville.
The Metropolis is one of the finest
newspaper properties in the South,
mers found them unprofitable, he
gave this pithy answer: "I take care
of my sheep." That was all of his
secret, accounting for his profits, as
l. .-. : 1 . a l r ii i
l"v i Representative -Ed. Spencer, an-
accounts for the losses of other far- other of Qcala's "brainest and best-
mers' est" young' lawyers, was here for a
A more remarkable feature of this short visit last week and of courC
farmers conversation, however, was entered his name on the honor roll of
his statement relating to free wool.
"If free wool is good for all the
country," said this wool raiser, "let's i
have it. If it is better for all thej Funny, but the republicans all of a
people, I'll stand for whatever it (sudden seem to be all fired anxious
costs me." I that Mr. Brvan stav in office. Miami
That was patriotism. It was pa-1 Metropolis.
triotism of an extremely unusual va-l
riety. He was wholly unconscious' it generally occurs that the fel fel-that
that fel-that he had said anything rare and lows who do the most knocking about
fine. No nobler sentiment in times a town not going ahead are not on
of peace is possible. the list of contributors to the boards
The reverse appears in the recent i0f trade. Pensacola News.
proposition of the Florida Shippers!
Exchange to Senator Bryan of thatj TO THE CITIZENS OF OCALA
state: "Louisiana has notified us
that their senators will help us on
citrus tariff if jou will help their
senators on sugar. Will you consult
both Louisiana and Mississippi sen senators
ators senators in this matter, and see if such
an alliance can be safely arranged?"
To that Senator Bryan replied:
"One of the vices of the system of
protective tariff has been that one
industry will support another in re return
turn return for protection for itself. That
this 5tatein.ent is true, is illustrated
by your telegram. Does not
such a plan as outlined inevitably
lead to a tariff made up of trades,
and can anybody expect justice or
fair treatment for the whole country
under such a plan?"
The country at large needs more
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We have houses for rent or will
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Office Suite 1 to 7, Holder Block. Southwest Corner Public Square.
The State Board of Health in order
to place Ocala in the registration dis district,
trict, district, demands that all deaths and
births be reported promptly to the
city clerk. Doctors, mid-wives,
nurses, undertakers or even the
head of families are expected to co cooperate
operate cooperate in this movement. A failure
to do this may result in the arrest
land fining of any or all persons in
7-8-lm Ocala Board of Health.
Use Dike's Peroxide Cream to re remove
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THE OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, JULY 21, 1913
an honest man may hare a bad title through no fault of his own"
a good man does not always mean a good title"
"men pass away, titles run on forever.
"an abstract of title is the only means by which you can determine
whether you are buying land or a fawsuit"
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In what part of the State you want to build, you nat naturally
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LOWEST price with the QUICKEST deliveries and the
BEST freight rates.
ISN'T THAT A FACT ?
Acknowledging that they are Facts, then You should
purchase your material from me.
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lEGG'S Fancy Faced and Pressed Brick.
BIBB'S Sewer and Drain Pipe.
ATLAS PORTLAND CEMENT.
"The standard by which ail others are measured."
Metal Laths, Lime, Mortar, Roofing, etc.
Quick deliveries. Wire at my expense for prices de delivered
livered delivered to any part of the state.
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Offices, Salesrooms, Wharves,
Trackage and Yards
Hendry & Knight Terminals
(Claude L'Engle in Dixie)
Many years ago, wnen 1 was
younger and more charming, I knew
a man w-ho had a million dollars.
Don't laugh at this, because this was
a time when I, myself, was oa ths
outer fringe of the plute class, be before
fore before the gum bunch had beaten me
over the head so many times with the
full pocketbook. Well, this man with
the million dollars also had rheuma rheumatism.
tism. rheumatism. All of his "jints" were swell
ed up so he could not use them, and
he retrograded from a stick to
crutches and from crutches to a roll rolling
ing rolling chair. He traveled two years all
over the world and spent that mill-!
ion dollars trying different spe-j
cialists, different remedies and drink drinking
ing drinking different waters. When he ha-ll
spent all but the last hundred of hisj
million, he had to go back home.
When he got there he went out in j :
the back yard, ran the old bucket j The executive board of the Woni Woni-down
down Woni-down the well and drank well water, Un's Club and all members of the
and just because there was not any-j club are urged to be in attendance
thing else to drink and nowhere -upon a call meeting on next Wednes Wednes-else
else Wednes-else to go for a man who had spent idar afternoon at 5 o'clock at the club
his last dollar, he kept on drinking I rooms, to discuss ways and means
that well water, and in one month he;for e building of the new Woman's
was walking all around the yard, and lub club bouse which it is hoped can
in two he was just as good as he everjbe begun at once. Every member is
vvas I urged to be present at this meeting.
Somehow, I feel like that man whoj Mrs- C. R. Tydings, Pres.
had a million dollars. It is true I
novor T-inrl thp million lmt I have hp.ll ltlrUK Y fl.Jl
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"On the Road to Mandalay"
"I Cannot Help Loving Thee"
"Slave Song" Del Riego.
"Kiss Waltz" Scheut.
"Lorraine, Lorraine, Loree
"Irish Love Song" Lang.
"A Red, Red Rose" Hastings.
"Three for Jack" Squire.
"Twelfth Rhapsody" Liszt.
"Gypsy Song" Russell.
"I Hear You Calling Me" Mar Marshall.
shall. Marshall. "Invictus" Huhn.
Admission 50 cents. Reserved
seats, for which there is no extra
charge, may be had at the Court
WOMAN'S CLUB MEETING
CALLED FOK WEDNESDAY
the rheumatism, and for a year I
have spent all the money I could get
hold of, imposed upon my creditors)
AT THE MOOSE SPREAD
H. D. Brown, a well known trav-
and tried all the doctors that I could ;eling man out of this city, was the
reach, including those in Baltimore. star actor in a little drama at Ocaia
and wound up Avith the bacteriol-; yesterday that might have cost him
ogists in the government health bu-jhis life. With, another man, a trav.
reau in Washington. I still have the eler for a Jacksonville house, he
rheumatism, but I also have a hunch,! went to the Moose spread. Going
after trying everything else, that ilback to the depot in the early morn morn-am
am morn-am going to get well in about two : ins he found that his grip and that
months and in three I will be walk-i belonging to the other man had been
ins all around just as good as ever,! stolen. He was put on track of a
for I have come home, and as this is j couple of white men who had been
written I am headed for Hampton hanging around the depot ana ne
. . i t i i r 11
springs, in Taylor county, ana will, ana me otner traveling man iouow-
be there drinking the water when led them, finally holding them up and
this is read. demanding that they .return to the
There is not a thing the matter-; city. One of the fellows drew a gun
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with me, except the
"jints" that keeps me
pain m my
and Brown grabbed him. In the
fracas the gxin was discharged, the
without the aid of sticks. If I have flame searing Brown's stomach
got to be cured with a home remedy slightly. The two men were brought
and by drinking the healing waters: back to town, put through Judge
that, the good Lord provides for thesmith's court and sentenced to pay
cure of those who get careless about! a fine of $100 each or serve six
keeping the simple rules He provides
for bodily being, I am glad that Tay
lor county provides the water,
cause that is sure one anarchist
county, and a four months' residence
in official life in Washington is. apt io
rub the rough corners off a man's
anarchy. So it will be good for me
to get into Taylor county atmosphere,
wherefore it is me for Hampton
Springs for a month, until I get so 1
months on the roads. Tampa Times.
. Mr. Brown must have dreamed
be-: some of this. The two men referred
to were traced by City Marshal Bri Bri-gance
gance Bri-gance and arrested by him at Silver
Springs junction. Neither of them
had a gun. If one had had a gun and
tried to use it, he would have been
held for the grand jury and gone up
for a year or more instead of six
This is not a a particular interest-1 There is more catarrh In this sec
ing piece of news, but I mention it!tion of the country than air other dis
1 am away irom asnington aintable. For a great
wonder why it is that "What's What tors pronounced it
in Washington" continues' to annear and prescribed
in Dixie. I have said all this in order
'oocoo rmt tnrot1ior an A until tVio lact
some people might hear thatifew ya was SUpp0sed to be incur incur-svay
svay incur-svay from Washington and I able. For a great many years doc-
a local disease
'and prescribed local remedies, and
jby constantly failing to cure with lo lo-ical
ical lo-ical treatment. Dronounced it incura-
to lead up to the statement that Ijble. Science has proven catarrh to
have absorbed dope enough and J be a constitutional disease and there there-figures
figures there-figures enough and statistics enough fore requires constitutional treat
ment, nan s uatarrn uure, manu manufactured
factured manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., To
and information enough to keep the
Washington part of Dixie going dur during
ing during my stay in Florida, even if it
ledo, Ohio, is the only constitutional
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For your sweetheart mar married
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Nothing better as an engage
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Husband or Brother with a nice ring. We
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men and women and little folio. Call Vi- i
la now while the stock is complete. T. I t.Ty
should be twice as long as the time ternally in doses from 10 drops to a
I have laid off for the cure.
If there should be one man who
might possibly suspect that sonie-
teaspoonful. It acts directly on the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. They offer one hundred dol dollars,
lars, dollars, for any case it fails to cure
thing bad might happen while I am Send for circulars and testimonials.
notion the job, it perhaps might be J?ress' F,' J" vCheney &. Co" Toied
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the congressional line for
six weeks or two months. The only
thing for which the special session
was called was to fix the tariff and
the currency. The House has passed
the tariff bill and trie Senate has it,
and it will take two months to dis dispose
pose dispose of the oratory in the Senate so
the bill can pass the Senate. The
currency bill is in the hands of the
House committee on banking and
currency, and as every man on .the
committee disagrees with every
other man on it about practically ev every
ery every provision in the bill, the bill will
stay in the committee until the mid middle
dle middle of August. Then it will take two
weeks to get it through the caucus,
and I will be back on the job before
the bill gets in the caucus.
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Tulula Lodge No. 22, Independent
Orier of Odd Fellows, meets every
Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock in
Yonge's Hall. Fort King ave. Visit
ors in the city invited to be with us.
L. F. Ballard, N. G.
VS. 1 Colturt, Secretary. Ai
Moose meet Thursday evening.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
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meeting first Friday night each
month at Yonge's Hall. Visitors wel
come, t lorne uonaon, bee y.
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THE OCALA EVEXiSti STAR, MONDAY, JULY 21, 1913
I OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS I
(If you have any items for this department rail phone 106)
elect, who is
lady and has
rrice-lMtilliuH AVeJilLngTh EvenjUi
T7I52iarriage of Miss Mary w
fPhillips and Mr. Edgar Hillary Price
will be solemnized thi3 evening aij
the First Baptist church in Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, Rev. W. A. Hobson officiating.
The wedding will be very quiet, but
none the less Interesting because of
of ihe young bride-
y rrienas in mis
city who wih for her much happi
ness in her married life. Mr. Price
is a young civil engineer, who is
making Jacksonville his headquar
ters and has made many friends:
since coming to that city. After ani
extended, bridal trip they will return
to Jacksonville to make their home. ;
Master Cornelius Winston cele
brated his fifth jjirjhday on Satur Saturday
day Saturday afternoon at Ihe home of his
parents on Fort iipg avenue by in-
ivitine several sm&'ll 'frtemTa Tri TTa .ia
gusiB.j i mixe ones naa a joii y
good time and wished for Master
Winston many more happy birthdays
jith more big whit 'caes7preUy.
reel candles and churns of delicious
ice cream. The greater part of the
afternoon was spent enjoying the
movies at the ever popular Temple
and no one seemed ready to go home
when the time came.
Sit. and Mrs B. & RaysdF of
Lowell spent the week end in the city
with Mrs. Raysor's mother, Mrs. J.
Jackionville. The latter part of Xh
week they expect to go to Tallahassee
to visit another daughter, Mrs. T. J.
Messrs. E. P. Rentz, D. W Tomp Tompkins
kins Tompkins and A. C. Cobb and their fam families
ilies families leave tomorrow for their sum summer
mer summer outing. Mr. and Mrs. Rentz ani
children will go to Waynesville, X.
C, where they will be joined later
by the others, who will stop en route
in Atlanta and Franklin, X. C. Af After
ter After a short stay at Waynesville,
Messrs. Tompkins and Cobb will take
a trip ou west. All these good peo people
ple people will be missed in Ocala, ani
their friends while wishing them a
pleasant summer, will be glad when
the time comes for their return.
Miss Wenona Wetherbee was ten tendered
dered tendered a very delightful surprise yes
terday evening by her mother who,
in honor of her daughter's birthday,
invited several of the young lady's
friends in to Sunday evening tea. A
most delightful evening was spent
and the delicious ice end cake course
was greatly enjoyed.' After tea a
motor trip to the erisgg brought to
fctese a very happy birthday in
whiC2f' kgf f fiend joined in very best
wishes for haP?y returns.
Mr.. Robert Tydlngs and Mr. Wel Wel-ler
ler Wel-ler CarmichagJ left Silver Springs
with the City of Ocala ft an early
hour this morning for Glen SprTtfgs,
near Juniper lodge, to bring home
the "campers," who have for the
past ten days been reveling in the
blissful and idealistic camp life of
that forest and lake region. In the
party are Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Smith
land children, Mr. and Mrs. J. P.
iPhillins and children. Mr. E. H. Mar-
neruert vuuu, uu aw, Mtn and Senator E. L. Carney.
lne party was cnaperonea ny Mrs, i
A. A. Winer at her pretty home on
Xorth Second street. There was a
large attendance and Mrs. Winer
served refreshing ices to her guests.
Almost the entire population of
Ocala went on some kind of an out outing
ing outing yesterday, the day being an ideal
midsummer Sunday. Dozens of motor
car3 went to Lake Weir, others across
he river and to the springs. There
vere boating and picnic parties on
Silver Springs run, and last but not
least, many visited nearby towns to
spend the day with some dear friend
or relative. The afternoon was per perfect
fect perfect and at almost every dock at
North Lake Wir a splash party was
in evidence. The largest and gayest
of these was the one at th Tydings Tydings-Davis
Davis Tydings-Davis dock. The skiddoo number
nearly skiddooed all the water out of
kho lake; they splashed so joyously
and so vigorously until almost tim
ftOTt ?9S to rise, then under
the broad sheltering oaks a majority
of the ctdltd giijdysd a most" deli delictus
ctus delictus supper. Those enjoying this
delightful splash party were Misses
Clara Johnson, Annie Laurie Perry.
Annie Davis, Ophelia Sawtell, Clif Clifford,
ford, Clifford, Catherine and Mildred Pyles,
Virginia Sistrunk, Elizabeth and
Blanche MIzelle and Messrs. Julius
Brown, Robert Tydings, Bert Dosh.J
W. B. Gallagher, Jim Pylcls, T. D.j
Lancaster, Leroy Bridges', W. V. I
Newsdm, Robert MacKay. and Drs.
This is your opportunity to share in the many good val values
ues values we are going to offer to our customers for three days,
commencing Monday, July 21st, and continuing through
Wednesday, July 23d. This will be our usual Clearing Up
Stock Sale. Come early, as the best is always taken first.
Miss Byrd Wartmann of Ocala and
Cttfa is having a delightful visit
with her friend Mrs F. A. Teague at
Lady Lake. Miss Wartmann expects
.to leave At some early date for an
extended trip north, returning to
Ocala in time for the opening of her
excellent music school in the autumn.
Mrs. Jesse Haycraft and Mrs. El Elmer
mer Elmer DeCamp will leave about the
" tenth Of August for Xew York, to
visit the eastern markets in the in
terest of their military establishmen
in this city. While away Mrs. Ds;
Camp will visit friends and relative
at her old home in Connecticut
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Winston an
Master Cornelius will leave early n
the morning for an extended trip in
the southern portion of the state, Mr.
Winston combining business with
The ladies of Xorth Lake Weir
and vicinity have organized a thim
hie club, to meet on every Tuesday
afternoon at one of its members'
homes. Mrs. Kate Clements will be
their first hostess on next Tuesday
afternoon at 5 o'clock, at her cozy
little cottage at Oklawana, and a
most delightful time is anticipated
These club meetings will add a great
ileal to the already charming social
atmosphere of the popular lakeside
Mr. L. R. Chazal and children are
at Woodmar on Lake Weir for an in indefinite
definite indefinite stay. Their friends regret
the continued illness of Mrs. Chazal's
mother at their home in this city.
Mrs. Hickmans health has been verv
poor for someweeks.
Mrs. Geo. K. Robinson returned
yesterday afternoon from an extend extended
ed extended visit to "hex&aughter, Mrs. Edgar
Mills-Price ahdjflittle granddaughter,
Isabelle in Boston. Mrs. Robinson
also enjoyed -a 2 delightful visit with
relatives in Providence, R. I., before
The Methodist sewing circle was
entertained thlf afternoon by Mrs.
Charles Tydings and Mrs. Sim Sis
trunk. The ride home through the
moonlight was ideal, the entire aft-!
Arnoon and eveninsr being: one of
greatest pleasure to each and every
Miss Jean Teague of Lady Lake is
having a delightful visit in Salisbury,
X. lC, with her cousin, Mrs. Mc Mc-Cur'dy,
Cur'dy, Mc-Cur'dy, who is so pleasantly remem remembered
bered remembered in this city as Miss Xele
The many friends of Mr. and MrsH
C. H. Rogers of Lynne are extending
hearty congratuLatUras to them upon
the arrival in Imelr home of a ten-
nound democrat. Tnis isxfheirsix
child and third son. Hwas born oni
Cnrolntr Yir 1 OfVi rt Til Ixr JVlipfoiiTl !F
iTrimino Tisc! CrinhAtr is a fnrmr
Vminutes past 3, of the year 1913.1L . . .
V -p r-Ocala girl and has many friends and
ine oniy regret ui nitjuus i
the fact that the little fellow is not
Dr. and Mrs. W. K. Lane and two
charming little nieces, Misses Anna
and Helen Jones, who are their
tguests for the summer, spent yester
day afternoon at Idlewild with Mr,
and Mrs. D. E. Mclyer and family.
Mr. Hugo Mcintosh "came in this
morning from a week end at Lake
Weir with his sister and family, Mrs.
D. E. Mclver.
Miss Fay Cribbett has as her guest
for the week end Miss Katherine
arpenter of DeLand. Miss Carpen-
er, .miss jviargie tfiocKer ana .miss
ribbett belong to the same frater-
ity, Pi Beta Phi. They will go to
ass-a-Grille for an outing during
pliss Carpenter's visit here. Tampa
LOT A. White Shirt AVaists.
14 doz. Lawn and Lingerie
Waists, low neck, lace trim trimmed,
med, trimmed, 1.50 values, Each .OS
LOT II. White Shirt Waists
6 doz. Lawn and Lingerie waists
high neck, lace and embroid embroidery
ery embroidery trimmed. Each 98
LOT C Shirt Waists
Voile Shirtwaists, beautifully
trimmed, sizes, 34 to 44 at $1.19
LOT I. Black Shirt Waists
In Silk, Soisette, Lawn and Bat Bat-jste
jste Bat-jste to close cheap. Each.. $1.33
LOT E. White and Colored Aprons
Regular 35c sellers to closeach 24c
LOT F. Black Aprons
A few Best Quality Satine Aprons
to close at. Each 24c
LOT G. Crepe Kimonos
Made of the best quality Serpen Serpentine,
tine, Serpentine, regular $1.50 and $2.00
values. Each $1.25
LOT II. Silk Kimonas
Only a few in tock, worth $5 to
to close at. Each $3.25
LOT I. Silk Kimonas
A few exquisite patterns, best
quality all silk', $7 to 7.50 val
Each i $5.50
LOT J. White Skirts
Corduroy, Pique and Repp, skirts
$2 values, to close. Each.. $1.19
LOT K. Colored Skirts
In Linene, Percale, etc., assorted
colors, short lots, to close
this sale, Each 73c
LOT L. Voile Skirts
up to $14.00. To close
LOT 31. Figured Lawns
AH 10c to 15c values, to go in
this sale at per yard
Lot X. Colored Silks
Dupionne and 5uzene Silks sta
pie colors. To close, this sale
per yard 21c
LOT O. Colored Scrim
In all colors, sold formerly at
12 Vzc to 15c, to go now for,
per yard 10c
LOT T. Colored Scrim
Double borders, best patterns,
best quality, to close at per
. 1 I T
LOT R. Table Linen
54-inch Mercerized, medium wt.
Damask, to sell now for per
LOT S. Table Linen
60-inch Mercerized, good pat pat-,
, pat-, terns, good wt. for per yard. 4Sc
k LOT T. Table Linen
60-inch Satin Damask, worth up
to $1.33 per yd. at.. 9Sc
LOT U. Table Damask
Extra quality and extra good
..patterns, was $1.50, to close
at per yard. $1.19
LOT X-l. Middy Blouse v
Made of good quality S. II. Suit-
ing, sizes 14 to 44, trimmed In
blue and red. Each 9Sc
LOT X-2. Norfolk Jackets
A few in brown and white, to
clos6 now at each. ....... .v. 75c.
LOT X-3. Lingerie Gowns
All gowns formerly selling up to
$1.50, in this sale at, each. ... $1.10
LOT X-4. Muslin Gowns
All $1.00 vaiues to clean up,
now for. Each 7Sc
LOT X-5. Gowns
Ladies' and Misses', to clear up,
at reduced prices 25c to 48c.
LOT X-O. Princess Slip.
Three small lots to clear up at Clear Clearance
ance Clearance Prices. ;
LOT X-7. Drawers
Ladies from .25c to $1.00
Children's from 10c to 4 be
All sizes, good values.
The House of Qualify.
thirteenth son of a thirteenth
relatives in this city.
I of new gooSs keep our
stock in FRESH
in great variety.
The many Ocala friends of Mrs.
J. R. Williams of Citra will be pleas pleased
ed pleased to learn that she is now at Indian
Springs, Ga., with the hopes of deriv deriving
ing deriving great benefit from its magic wa waters.
ters. waters. Mrs. Williams has not been
well for a long time and went to the
springs last week accompanied by;
Sister Esther Carlotta, state pres president
ident president of the United Daughters of the
Confederacy, is the guest of Mrs.
L'Engle for a few days this week at
her home in Jacksonville.
Miss Esther Ley arrived home this
afternoon from a delightful ten days'
visit to Miss Claire Broadnax in
Mrs. X. A Blitch left Staurday
morning for Starke, where she will
spend some time with her daughters,
Mesdames Futch and Browning. She
will then go to Daytona, where she
will visit for the remainder of the
summer with her sisters, Mesdames
Smith and Dillingham. Mrs. Blitch
is the wife of our railroad commis-i
sioner and has just returned from
her home at Montbrook from a long
visit to Tallahassee. -Tallahassee
Items in Times-Union.
Judge and Mrs. W. A. Hocker have
gone to Daytona to remain during
the warm weather. Tallahassee
Items in Times-Union.
Mrs. Geo. Davis and her pretty lit little
tle little daughter, Virginia, are home
from their visit to Savannah.
Mr. Jake Brown and family, ac accompanied
companied accompanied by Miss Adele Bittinger,
motored to Orlando and return Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. Mrs. R. V. Hendricks and little
son Carl, leave this afternoon for a
few weeks' visit to the former's sif sifter,
ter, sifter, Mrs. James W. Perry at Terra
Ceia, in Manatee county.
'Mrs. Joseph W. Dodge returned
this week from Asheville, X. C,
where she has been for the past six
weeks with her daughter, Miss
Frances Adelaide Dodge, who has
been critically ill with typhoid typhoid-malaria.
malaria. typhoid-malaria. Her condition is somewhat
improved and she is slowly recover recovering.
ing. recovering. Miss Dodge went to Asheville
'some time ago for throat treatment
at Winyah sanitarium. Times-Union.
Mr. Dodge's many Ocala friends
will be pleased to learn of his daugh daughter's
ter's daughter's improvement and hope for her
a rapid restoration to health.
Misses Leontine Ramsaur and
Christine Hannah of St. Petersburg,
who have been visiting Misses Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth and Kit Davis at Xorth Lake
and in Ocala for the past month, re returned
turned returned home Saturday accompanied
by the Misses Davis, who will spend a
month as their guests.
The Store Accommodating."
Mr. R. E. Yonge
Miss Erin Yo
main tor a
for two weeks, to
benefit of the salt air.
Mrs. Elmer DeCamp and son, Mr.
A. W. DeCamp, left last Thursday
j mm a
t yesterday for
Yonge will re-
d his daughter
e Miss Erin the
The stork yiiited the home of MfvJ
and Mrs. Lotfiferoffaletti on Magao-
lia street Sunday evening and left J
Mr .and Mrs. T. J. Blalock of
Ocala, have been spending some
time with their daughter, Mrs. Phil Phillips,
lips, Phillips, at her home in West Riverside,
If you would Buy, Sell,
Lease or Exchange, see
me at the Courthouse or
write for my bulletin of
summer bargains in
Choice Properties :
tor a visit to White Springs. Mr. De De-Camp
Camp De-Camp returned home yesterday aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, and Mrs. DeCamp returned
Mrs. B. F. Borden and two bright
sons returned today from the lake,
where they have been spending sev several
eral several days with Mrs. J. G. Spurlin.
Mrs. Jesse Haycraft and daughter
Miss Ethel Haycraft, Mr. and Mrs. J.
E. Johnson, Mrs. E. Ponder, Miss
Marie Haile and Messrs. Carlisle Iz Iz-lar,
lar, Iz-lar, Whit Palmer, Tom Pasteur, Sam
Mathews, Willie Bullock, Xelson
Geise, Xorton Davis, Jim Rentz, Phil
Robinson and Miss Vic Raysor re returned
turned returned this morning from a week end
visit to Bonita (better known as
Spencer Lodge), on the gulf. They
report a magnificent outing with any
quantity of the most delicious fish to
eat at all times and prepared in ev-
T&cy way possible. It is said that
"so,me" water is left in the gulf, a
plenty for those that are not too
particular as to quantity and a few
Jittle minnows might be found by
searching or dragging the nets care carefully.
fully. carefully. Anyway, their friends are
glad to have them at home again,
even tho they did eat all the fish in
Mrs. L. E. Yonce went to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville yesterday to spend a few
weeks with her brother, Mr. Walter
Yonge, and sister-in-law, Mrs. R. E.
The young society set are planning
for a straw ride and picnic at Silver
Springs tomorrow evening. They will
be chaperoned by Mrs. T. H. Wallis
and Mrs. G. W. Martin.
Mr. Holmes Walters spent the
week end with his sisters and mother
at the home of his married siste,
Mrs. Armour at Panasoffkee.
;: in i f i II i el II n i tt f TfVTf mid
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Millinery, and you will find the styles all the latest k
$1 chic, spic and span. ix
B White Felts Built Especially for U
oeasnore ana mountain
Also a complete line of Ready-to-Wear Shapes, t
which will be sold at lowest prices. Ribbons and t&
Trimmings of every description. y&
li Mary Affleck
Commercial Bank Building.
J. H. BRINS0N
W. 0. BLANGHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
P. O. BOX 46
COTTAGE FOR RENT
My cottage at Woodmar on Lake
Weir, completely furnished, is for
rent for July. R. R. Carroll.
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0?ala Lodg No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday a 7:20 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle,
drugstore. A cordial welcome to visit-;
lag brothers. D. W. Tompkins, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage. KL P. S. Ad.
Odd Fllows meet Tuesday night.
HEADQUARTERS FOR WIRE FENCE.
We have Just received a carload of the Famous SOUTHERN
Wire Fencing, staples and Hay wire and are In a position to
make some attractive prices on It. We are the only dealers
in this section of the country that handle this brand of fence and
have demonstrated In the past that It is absolutely the best,
strongest fence on the market, and running It as we have In
competition with the many Inferior grades of wire fence. We
Mve had some phenomenal sales on it and made many friends
and customers. Give us your orders, if the goods don't make
good we will.
FEATS OF CHEMISTRY
MOSES A GERM KILLER
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, 31 ON DA JULY 21, 1913
Soda crackers are more nu nutritive
tritive nutritive than any other flour
food. Uneeda Biscuit are
the perfect soda crackers.
Though the cost is but five
cents, Uneeda Biscuit are
too good, too nourishing, too
crisp, to be bought merely
as an economy.
Buy them because of their fresh freshnessbecause
nessbecause freshnessbecause of their crispness
because of their goodness because
of their nourishment.
Always 5 cents. Always fresh,
crisp and clean.
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
OPPORTUNITIES FOR ACHIEVING
FAME OR FORTUNE OR BOTH.
Many Patents for Making Artificial
Rubber Have Been Issued, but
Price Still Remains the
STAYED PLAGUE THROUGH THE
USE OF INCENSE.
Oils Used Were Powerful Antiseptics
and This Explains What. Has
Often Been Considered
It was announced a few weeks ago
that a distinguished chemist of the
Imperial Technical School of Moscow
had solved the problem of making ar artificial
tificial artificial rubber, and that he could sell
the new product at about Is 4d a
pound, according to Tit-Bits. i
Yet, in spite of this widely disseml-
Moses knew the secret of killing
the germs In the air. This is made
clear by the account of the staying
of the plague as recorded in the Book
of Numbers. In the sixteenth chap chapter
ter chapter of that book is the story of the
awful plague that attacked the Is
raelites, then in the wilderness and
FOR HEARTBURN, Sour Belching. Poor Ap Appetite
petite Appetite and Constipation, you need
(THE POWDER FORM)
It sweetens the stomach and purifies the bowels. It is a fine tonic
for a torpid liver. Helps digestion, makes you feel bright, vigorous
OLO mt MAUDt. MUCK. iUWI MCUtt, t.OOk
Alk for the f aalne with the Red Z trn the UbeL. If yoa cannot ft 1 remit to o. we will
ead by mail postpaid. Simmon Liver Eegalator is pot up aim 1b liquid ions tor those whs) prer
it. Price, tUuO per bottle. Look tor the Ked Z label.
J. H. ZEILIN & CO.. PROPS;. ST. LOUtS. MO.
nated piece of news, the price of rub- the story, too,- of the method by which
ber remains pretty much the same. :
The reason may be found by examin- j
ing the patent office records. During
the last ten or twelve years nearly 300
patents for artificial rubber have been
Substitutes have been made from
petroleum, from coal tar, turpentine,
its ravages were stopped. In verses
46 to 49 of that chapter is the fol following:
lowing: following: 46. And Moses said unto Aaron.
"Take a censer and put fire therein
from the altar, and put on incense,
Notice ia hereby given that the fol following
lowing following changes have been made in the
assessment rolls for 1913 axes by the
board of county commissioners at their
meeting on July 7th, 1913, to-wit:
I Lots 1876. 1877, E. F. Beall, from 250
and go quickly unto the congregation ; ,Je''i of and nw4 of seU north
and make an atonement for them; for iLVYI' Al''18' Crocker- T- M- hirs-
peat, from nitrated linseed oil, and by j there is wrath gone out from the SeH of sehi north of river, 35-16-18,
treating cereals with phyalin. I Lord- the nlaeue is begun." ?,Anellon rhosPnate Co., from $200 to
I p W.
47. And Aaron took as Moses com-! of neU and sK, 1-16-19. Clark-
ninrT"kir in Fnr Hnncphnln I sp
in 1 i bj lu iti RRi yj
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Only one to a customer
Price Gallon $2.50. 1-2 Gallon $1.35. Quart 75c
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all skin diseases. These products are positively guaranteed if
used as directed and not satisfactory your money will be refunded.
Prices: Gallons, $1.50; Half Gallon, 90 cents, Quarts, 60 cents.
Manufactured exclusively by
FENOL, CHEMICAL CO.
711 Franklin Street, Tampa, Fla.
This coupon is good, with any dealer, for 25 cents towards
paying for the first gallon of FENOLE STOCK DIP.
The latter invention made a consid considerable
erable considerable sensation so long ago as 1906;
yet, judging by the constantly increas increasing
ing increasing demand for the natural product, It
has had little effect upon the real rub rubber
ber rubber market.
The chemist, working in "his labora laboratory
tory laboratory can take any substance and
analyze it that is, break it up into
its original constituents and tell you
what they are, and how much of each
element the substance in question is
But when It comes to building up
the original substance out of its prime
mandpd and ran Into thp miriest rf th J-Juanson to., irom 4o to $00.
manaea, ana ran into tne mwst ox tne NeU- of net 6.i6.19 Camp Pnos
congregation; and, behold, the plague jphate Co.. from $50 to 5100.
was begun among the people; and j Renter l -3 of lots mi. U42 134S. j.
1 m v ww V-VV V .VU.
EH of lots 1341, 1342, 1343, unknown.
irom $ 100 to Jjzuu.
he put on incense and
atonement for the people.
48. And he stood between the dead
and the living, and the plague was
From the plain account of the text
it appears that Aaron separated the
men and women suffering from the
plague from those not yet attacked,
and then he plied the censer with in
cense and swung It between the
constituents, there he is at sea. By hosts, so that not a germ in the air
dint or long and patient experiments, COuld pass over from the plague
or perhaps by pure chance, he may I stricken to those not yet attacked by
succeed in reproducing some few nat-! tne disease.
ural products, but that is as far as j It i3 probable from the character
he can go. 0f the attack as recorded in the Bible
Indigo dye took many years to syn- j that tnis piague was eomething like rxlllk Dr- Robert c- Black-
tne plagues wmcn nave appeared in
Lots 1348. 1349. 1350. 1331. 1332. 1252.
1356, J. T. Cocowitch, from $500 to $750.
Lot 1358, II. H. Sanders, from $50 to
Lot 1371. Mr. W. W. Lindsey, from
$200 to $300.
Lot 1381. Denver Morrow, from $100
Lot 1399, J. L. Morrow, from $100 to
Lot !95. Mrs. M. E. Metcalf, ex. al allowed.
lowed. allowed. ;.-om $50 to $100.
LoU x3l4, 1315, E. L. Anderson, from
$150 to $200.
Lot 1416, Morgan F. Dixon, from $50
Lots 1417, 1418. 1419, 1420, Titcomb &.
Tullis, from $250 to $300.
Lots 1423 to 1428 inclusive, W. J. Wa Waters,
ters, Waters, $150 to $300.
Lots 1501 to 1552, Camp Thosphate
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Forty minutes' ride from Jacksonville on the finest bathing beach
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of sea foods. Reasonable rates.
Just for example, suppose
rrM ftrrMef ic in f Ki nrii4
dle of a letter and you
wish to write a telegram.
Do you have to remove
the unfinished letter from
Not if your typewriter
is a Smith Premier. You
simply remove the cylin cylinder
der cylinder containing the letter,
write your telegram on
another, cylinder, then re return
turn return the first cylinder to
the machine and resume the letter where you left off.
These removable cylinders constitute one of the fourteen
new features of the Model 10 Visible
H 1 i
" - ..Mill. II
thesize. A German chemist accom accomplished
plished accomplished it at last, but the curious dis discovery
covery discovery was made that, if blended with
the natural product made from the in indigo
digo indigo plant, the color produced was
both more durable and brighter than
that made by either dye alone. So
artificial Indigo has not yet ruined the
&t Delhi, the new capital of India,
stands an ancient iron monument
which, though exposed to all weath-
ers, never rusts or decays. Yet It has
no protective covering. Here Is a se secret
cret secret which would be simply invalu invaluable
able invaluable to the world, which has been dis discovered
covered discovered by some Indian artificer of
old time and most unfortunately been
At a recent meeting of the Iron and
Steel Institute Mr. Cushman said that
we could face the future with com complacency
placency complacency if we could rediscover the
secret. To shipowners alone it would
mean a yearly saving of millions. Rust
is the great enemy of the steel ship,
and she has constantly to go into dock
to have her hull coated with anti anti-corrosive
corrosive anti-corrosive solution.
late years in Europe, and later in
China, that hasty cholera which
seized upon its victims and slays them
within a day.
It is well known among the mod modern
ern modern chemists that the essential oils
were freely used in the making of
incense with which the censers were
Benson, from $50 to
1852, A. B. Kibler,
Lot 1841. B. J.
Lots 1842, 1843,
from $400 to $500.
Lots 1853, 1854. 1853, 1856, Anna a
Mixson, from $500 to $900.
Lot 1869, M. E. Metcalf. from $50 to
Lot 38. Dunnellon, Harriet Washing-
j ton, from $100 to $250.
I Lot 42. Dunnellon, II. J. Watkins Est..
i from $1000 to $600.
Lots 43 and 44. Dunnellon. Ppttcwav
filled. One of the most modern and & Guess, from $1000 to $1200.
approved methods of disinfecting a j floo uUnio!n W 'Bannon'
room is to burn a sulphur candle in j Lots 109 to 132 and 143 to 147 and
it, the fumes of the sulphur destroy-to 166 and 199, 266 to 290 Camp
, ( Phosphate Co.. from $1000 to $1500.
Lot 326. Dunnellon. l A. Engrlish,
irom 5iu to $;uo.
Ing the germs in the walls and crev
ices. The ancient Egyptians had
taught the method of disinfecting to
Moses, and he hastened to instruct
Aaron, probably suggesting to him
Lots 342. 343. 344. John
from $700 to $850..
Lot 360. Dunnellon. B.
$1000 to $1500.
of lot 364 Dunnellon
precisely what drugs to put in the ; cowitch. from $150 to $250.
censers, so as to make the fumes ab-1 fVoSioond0611011' Kibler
solute germicides. j 1
J. F. Co-
This explains what has often been j
considered a miracle, but need be ;
nothing more than the employment of.
for stopping the
We satisfy correct dressers they
know. Rivers, the Haberdasher.2l 3t
A Little Learning Is Dangerous.
"A little learning is a dangerous
thing," said Thomas J. Brennan, sec secretary
retary secretary of the Gaelic society, in New
York. "This is well understood by the
sincere student, of the difficult Gaelic
"I once knew a student of Gaelic
who attempted, during a visit to Scot Scotland,
land, Scotland, to read the commandments in
Gaelic at a highland service. He read
them through, but he was troubled by
the look of astonishment that ap appeared
peared appeared on the faces of his highland
"The Gaelic student understood this
look of astonishment when he found
that he had made the trifling mistake
of leaving out the word 'not' In every
commandment in which it appears."
t : c its i
Smith Premier Department
Remington Typewriter Company
( U srycrste 4 )
228 W. Bay Street, Jacksonville, Florida.
Crime In Egypt Is Increasing.
Crime in Egypt is on the increase.
The annual report of the judicial ad adviser,
viser, adviser, published recently, is couched
in pessimistic terms. The official, Sir
Malcolm Mcllwraith, says that the
ever-ascending scale of crimes Is very
discouraging to the judges and the
police concerned In the repression of
offences. It certainly looks as if the
hygienic and up-to-date Egyptian
prisons had few terrors to the crim criminal
inal criminal classes. Since 1897 juvenile
crime has increased fourfold, and the
reformatories can no longer accom accommodate
modate accommodate the number of boys sent to
them, in consequence of which they
have to be drafted into the prisons.
The growth of crime is most notice noticeable
able noticeable in Cairo.
A Sure Thing.
"Well, I see old man Moneybags gave
Lord de Noodles a check for $500,000
the day he married Minnie Money Moneybags,"
bags," Moneybags," said Dubbs.
"Yes," said Dumpkins. "And I sup suppose
pose suppose the lord loved the cheerful giver,
as usual." Judge.
Wife (shaking her husband) John,
wake up! That's three times I've
roused you. Now go and attend to
the doors and windows; yow don't ex expect
pect expect me to shut up, do you?
Hub (grouchlly) I wish you would.
Crawford Congratulations, old
man! I'm going to be married again.
Crabshaw Why, I thought you once
told me you always profited by your
Thia is a prescription prepared especially
lor MALARIA or CHILLS 4. FEVER
It is now believed that the burning
of incense In many of the extremely i
ancient temples and other places ot
worship, like those of India, while
made a part of the ceremony, was j Five or six doses will break any case, ane
really instituted by the very wise if taken then as a tonic the Fever will no
priests of those ancient days, who un- j return. It acts on the liver better thai
derstood the dangers of Infection. j Calomel and does not gripe or sicken. 2S
Especially before such shrines and n-
in sucti temples 3.s it wts custo eqr ry I
iui iiic auvicuis iu uiaac auuuai yu- 1
grlmages, so did the priests realize
that the thousands and thousands of
pilgrims had come from various
provinces and from all sorts of con conditions
ditions conditions of living, and the burning of
the incense was in reality a precau precaution
tion precaution quite necessary for the prescrip prescription
tion prescription of the health of the crowds.
18 Deer ci vcycidoic.
A vicar advertised for a servant a
short time ago, and a country girl, :
with a fat, red face, answered the ad- j t"
After the vicar had asked a few per personal
sonal personal questions he said:
Won lcnnw. wp nr oil vpe'ptnriana
-a i m
nere, ana, or course, we snouia re require
quire require you to be one. No meat, you
know simply vegetables."
She dropped her eyes, and for a time
seemed deep in thought. "Well, what
do you think?", asked the vicar, after
a short time. "Well, sir," she replied,
"it's like this. I don't mind so much
about the meat; but before I take the
place I should like to know if you er
call beer a vegetable?" She was not
Do You Wear
Panf s ?
If you do they should always
be spotless and nicely pressed.
Pressing and cleaning is our
business. Call phone twenty twenty-one.
one. twenty-one. DODSON & RENTZ.
No Brutality for Him.
"Prize fighting is a deadly, danger dangerous
ous dangerous game!"
"I would rather see my son dead
than to see him indulging in such a
"Let's see, didn't your son get both
legs broken and his spine dislocated
"That was at football. I hope you
do not think I would permit him to en engage
gage engage in a prize fight!"
Free' of Impurities
Eczema Gone! Acne, Tetter,
Rash, Pimples, Carbun Carbuncles,
cles, Carbuncles, Boils Banished!
S. S. Drive the Demon of
Blood Back to the Wood-.
Can Anybody Be as Bright as That?
"That boy you sent to college is a
mighty bright boy."
"Yes, but you ought to see his
"Is he as bright as the boy that
went to college?"
"Is he! He's as bright as the boy
who went to college thinks he is."
"Why are you so anxious to go on
The under layer of skin is a fine net network
work network of tiny blood vessels in which the
famous blood remedy. S. S. S., works
with remarkable activity. This Is why
S. S. S., the best known blood purifier,
has such a positive action in the skin.
There is one ingredient in S. S. S. which
peculiarly stimulates cellular or glan glandular
dular glandular activity to select from the blood
or from this fine network of blood ves vessels
sels vessels in the skin, those element which
it requires for regeneration.
Thus, pimples, acne, eczema, lupus,
or any other blood condition that at-
S tacks the skin or seeks an outlet
I through the skin, is met with the an
tidotal effect of S. S. S.
Under the influence of S. S. S. this
fine network of blood vessels in the
skin is constantly takin? from the
blood the nutrition required for healthy
tissue, and the cause of disease is Just
as constantly becoming removed, scat scattered
tered scattered and rendered harmless. These
fact- are more fully explained in a
I wish to get a rich husband.'
Things will be dull in the theatri- book on skin troubles sent by The
"flMititnar la t em nera mental Rt
of science, isn't it?" j cal business for several months. Bet- j gT You will tni fa s. 8 on sale
"I don't see how." j ter go into the manicure business, 1 at aii drug stores. Get a bottle to-day
"Oh, it has Its moods." J girlie." and banish all skin -Mictions.
Lot 368, Dunnellon, Morgan F. Dixon,
from $50 to $100.
Lots 3T1,-,3T2. Dunnellon. Etta Myefs.
from 1100 to $250.
Lots SIS. 374, Dunnellon, J. D. Bas Bas-kin,
kin, Bas-kin, from $300 to $400.
Lots 39. 380. Dunnellon, Mrs. R. E.
Vann, from $200 to $250.
Lot 391, Dunnellon, C. L. Dean, from
$100 to $250.
Lots 393. 394, 393, 396. Mrs. F. H.
Guess, from $400 to $500.
Lots 399 to 401 and 427 to 435. 457 to
468 and 477 to 480. 483, 484, 1L Thal Thal-gottffrom
gottffrom Thal-gottffrom $400 to $500.
Lots-411 to 421, Dunnellon, Cocowitch
& Vanbrackle, from $200 to $500.
Lots 487, 488, 495, Dunnellon. W. D.
Edwards, from $400 to $500.
Lots 424. 425, J. M. Patterson, from
$60 to $100.
Lots 489, 490, unknown, from $100 to
Lots 496, 497, George Ohnmaeht, from
$50 to $300.
Lots 501 to 507, II. Thalgott, from
$150 to $200.
Lots 523. 524, 525. Sam Myers, from
$450 to $S0O.
Lot 533. Wm. Griffin, from $30 to $50.
Lots 534. 535, John Armstrong, from
$300 to $500.
Lots 542. 543. 544, 545, J. F. Coco Coco-wltch4
wltch4 Coco-wltch4 from $150 to ?200.
Lot 558, J. T. Griggs, from $100 to
Lots 562, 563. 564, 565, Sam Myers,
from $600 to $800.
,Lots 894.-304. Camp Thosphate Co.,
from $300 to $700.
Lots 1000 to 1217 ex lots 1011. 1015,
1193, 1195, 1215, 1216. 1217. Dunnellon.
Buttarenbach & Company, from $2200
-Sei of swi. 36-16-18. Buttgenbach
& Co., from $25000 to $10000.
EH of lots 1115. 1221, Dunnellon.
Charles Akin, from $400 to $500.
W. of lots 1193, 1195, Dunnellon.
Mrs. X. A. Hargroves, from $200 to $250.
Lot 1225. Dunnellon. John Butler,
from $200 to $300.
Lots 12S0, 1231, Dunnellon, Dow
Coward, from $400 to $500.
Lot 1232, Dunnellon, C. C. Crawford,
from $100 to $600.
Lot 1233. Dunnellon, Itosa Bacon,
from $100 tos $500.
, Lot 1234, George Ohnmaeht, from $100
E4 of Iot,1243, B. J. Benson, from $50
to $150. f,
Lots 1231.. 1239, 1241, 1243 and wU of
lot 1243. Mr-s. X. A. Hargrove, from
$400 to $600.
Lots 1240. 1244. 1247. 1292. 1293. 1294.
1296, H. J. Watkins Est.,-from $1800 t
Lot 124 Feinberfc. from $800 to
Lots 1242il265, 1271. 1276, D. G. Wat Watkins,
kins, Watkins, from,$lk50 to $800.
Lot 125'4, Bailor Moultrie, from $100
Lot 1252, L Williams, from $100 to
. W of lrtj256, Dan Steenson, from
$J00 to $1(T
W 2-3 of lot 1257 and all 1238. 1277,
1278. T. L Lowrie. from $400 to $900.
Lot 1259. Thomas Cheesbro, from
$100 to $200.
Lot 1262, J. G. Levy, from $230 to
XV2 of lot 1263, Joe Johnson, from
$200 to $250.
SM of lot 1263, Mac Mellon, from $50
Lot 1266. West Bostic, from $100 to
Lot 1268, Ed Blackshear, from $150
Lot 1269, J. G. Levy, from $300 to
Lot 1272, Frank Crawford, from $200
Lot 1273. George Ohnmaeht, from
$250 to $300.
Lot 1275. Mrs. X. A. Hargrove3, from
$30 to $200.
E4 of lot 1280, Masonic Lodge (coL)
W Vz of lot 1280, Adam Bostic, from
$50 to $70.
Lot 1202.. Crawford & Miller, from
$150 to $250.
Lot 1303, H. R. Harvey, from $100 to
Lot 1304, unknown, from $100 to
Lot 1312. Sam Myers, from $500 to
18 ft north and south on north end
of lot 1316, B. J. Benson, from $100 to
Lots 1317. 1318, 1320, 1323. 1324, 1325,
1337, 1245 and eV2 of 1326. H. J. Wat-
kins Est., from $1550 to $1000.
W4 of lot 1326, M. B. Lanier, from $50
Lots 1327, 1328, B. F. Dukes, from
$100 to $200.
Lots 1332. 1340, 1339. Mrs. A. J. Tur Turner,
ner, Turner, from $100 to $200.
Sixty ft east and west on north side
of lot 1339. Miller Bassett, from $50 to
Lot 1336, J. C. Cargle, from $50 to
W of lots 1341, 1342, 1343, R. H.
Sanders, from $150 to $200.
McGehee Lumber Co., in district 28,
on personal property from $32000 to
EM of swV ex 6.33 chs east and
west by 5.60 chs north and south in aw
corner. 31-17-26, 34 acres. Johnson &
Griffith, from $500 to $1000.
The board of county commissioners
will hear all complaints as to assess assessments
ments assessments at their meeting August 4th,
1913. C. CAP MICHAEL. Chmn.
P. H. XTGEXT. Clerk. 7-ll-3tw
State of Florida. County of Marion
In the name of the State of Florida.
To C. W. Hunter:
Whereas, for some' time past, there
existed and still exists, a legal impedi impediment
ment impediment preventing the calling of a meet meeting
ing meeting of the Ocala Athletic Association,
an association existing under the laws
of the state of Florida; and, whereas,
I. Justice of the peace, in and for the
said state and county, have, filed in my
office, a written request, signed by &
number of the stockholders, holding
more than one-third of the stock in
said association, asking that a war warrant
rant warrant be Issued to C. W. Hunter, and as
the said stockholders have expressed a
desire that' a meeting of said associa association
tion association be held for the purpose of elect electing
ing electing officers and transacting such other
business as may come before said body;
These are therefore to direct you anl
you are hereby directed to call a meet meeting
ing meeting of said association by giving the
Given under my hand and seal, this
the ninth day of July, 1913.
(Seal) J. W. LYLES.
7-10-17 Justice of the Peace.
Love It Similar to Sunlight
How the sunlight seems to watch
for a chance to get through the small smallest
est smallest opening' in 'the clouds! Love,
which forgives because It is love, and
which waits for every opportunity to
manifest kindness, is not goin? to
wait to be asked to forgive. Ignore
the wrongs you receive and think over
the good that ta$ been or yet may be.
and the evil will dwindle into .noth .nothingness.
ingness. .nothingness. Robertson.
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, JULY 21, 1913
20 Salesladies, 12 Cash Girls, 18
Salesmen, 4 Wrappers Come
GET IN THE GAME
And Lasts Until Saturday, August 2nd.
Rairoad fare returned to out of
town people buying $20 or more,
within a radius of 30 miles.
H TTi TT I T fK
ii i ll LL (LP C Mra MJ)1
200 Pair of 3Ien's W. L. Douglass
Shoes, regular prices $3 to $4, in
this sale at $1.7..
Fancy Figured Oil Cloth, just the
kind for the table, 25c. and 30c
the yard, Knock Out price... 19c
Great Reductions in Ladies Mus Muslin
lin Muslin Underwear, Petticoats, Gowns,
Drawers, Corset Covers, Chemise and
Great Reduction in Ladies White
Lingerie Dresses. Must be seen to
appreciate the cut in prices.
Everything in Dry Goods Going at
Great Bargains. Remember the
Mosquito Nets, complete, values up
to $1.50. Knock Out price. . .97c
22 pounds of sugar for $1 with a
purchase of $3 or more.
Three Cans Tomatoes for 21c
Gold Dust Washing Powder, seven
boxes for 2oc
Seven Bars of Lenox Soap for. .23c
Seven Bars of Export Soap for. .25c
You Florida people have learned
to expect Big Values at our sales
you can come this time expecting
much more than before, and we will
give you even more than you expect.
Space will not permit us to men mention
tion mention all of the Great Bargains we
have to offer. Come see for your yourself.
self. yourself. Bring your friends.
Remember, nothing reserved,
Everything in our big store has been
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, HATS AND SHOES, MEN, WOMEN AND
CHILDREN, YOU CAN'T AFFORD NOT TO ATTEND THIS MAMMOTH
SALE. "KNOCK-OUT" MEANS EVERYTHING MUST GO REGARD REGARDLESS
LESS REGARDLESS OF FORMER PRICE. GOODS MUST BE SEEN TO APPRECIATE
Big Reduction in Children's Shoes and Dresses
Doors locked and store closed until Saturday at 9 a. m. to get ready
for KNOCK-OUT SALE and arranging everything for your quick inspec inspection
tion inspection putting everything out, nothing behind, all will be displayed. Easy
shopping, absolute satisfaction. Batter up; you're first. COME, KNOCK
A HOME RUN!
This mammoth KNOCK-OUT SALE will be the biggest economy
event ever planned and put before the people. We have nothing to re reserve.
serve. reserve. Our entire stock is put before the people, and must be sold. Come
to the store and see the large crowd. Store opens 9 a. m., Saturday, July
19th, 1913. Come; tell your friends to come.
The Greatest Sensation of the Year
ONE MILLION BARGAINS
"You Will Wonder How We Do It
AT KNOCK-OUT PRICES !
One lot Men's Tailored Suits, values
up to $8, Knock Out Price. .$3.88
One lot Men's Tailored Suits, values
up to $15, Knock Out price $0.47
One lot of Men's Tailored Suits, val values
ues values up to $17.50, Knock Out
Price . $8.33
One lot Men's Tailored Suits, values
up to $25, Knock Out price, per
This includes our entire stock of
MEN'S ODD PANTS
One lot of Men's Pants, value up to
$2, Knock Out price 05c
One lot of Men's Pants, value up to
$3, Knock Out price .$1.67
One lot of Men's Pants, value up to
$4, Knock Out price $2.67
One lot Men's Pants, value up to
$5.50, Knock Out price 3.S8
Men's Checked Wash Pants, $1 val values,
ues, values, Knock Out price 72c
BOYS' ODD PANTS
One lot value up to $1, Knock Out
One lot value up to $1.50, Knock Out
MEN'S ELASTIC SEAM DRAWERS
50c values, Knock Out price.... 39c
Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers per
Men's B. V. D. Nainsook Short Draw Drawers
ers Drawers and Short Sleeve Undershirts,
50c values, Knock Out price per
Ladies' $3 Shoes will be given to the
first twenty-five ladies for. .$1.23
LADIES SHIRT WAISTS
One lot very latest styles and pat patterns,
terns, patterns, value $1, Knock Out price,
LADIES WHITE WASH SKIRTS
Values up to $1.50, Knock Out price,
AMERICAN BEAUTY CORSETS
$1 and $1.50 values, Knock Out
MARION COUNTY DIRECTORY
Judge Circuit Court W. S. Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, Ocala.
District Attorney E. W. Davis,
Clerk Circuit Court P. H. Nugent,
Sheriff J. P. Galloway, Ocala.
Tax Collector W. L. Colbert,
Tax Assessor Alfred Ayer, Ocala.
Treasurer John M. Graham,
Surveyor W. A. Moorhead, Ocala.
Judge of Probate Wm. E. Smith,
County Commissioners C. Carmi Carmi-chael,
chael, Carmi-chael, Ocala; J. W. Davis. Summer Summer-field;
field; Summer-field; W t. Henderson, Lynne; D. G.
Watkins, Dunnellon; Walter Luff Luff-man,
man, Luff-man, Sparr.
Board Public Instruction J. H.
Brinson, Superintendent, Ocala; B.
R. Blitch, Blitchton; J. S. Grantham,
Fort McCoy; W. D. Carn, Ocala.
UNSIGHTLY FACE SPOTS
Are cured by Dr. Hobson's Eczema
Ointment, which heals all skin erup eruptions.
tions. eruptions. No matter how long you have
been troubled by itching, burning or
scaly skin humors, just put a little
of that soothing antiseptic, Dr. Hob Hob-son's
son's Hob-son's Ointment on the sores and the
suffering stops instantly. Healing
begins that very minute. Doctors
use it in their practice and recom recommend
mend recommend it. Mr. Alleman of Littletown,
Pa., says: "Had eczema on fore forehead;
head; forehead; Dr. Hobson's Eczema 'Oint 'Ointment
ment 'Ointment cured it in two weeks." Guar Guarantee!
antee! Guarantee! to relieve or money refunded.
Price 50c. Pfeiffer Chemical Co.,
Philadelphia and St. Louis. Sold in
Ocala by Tydings & Co. Adv.
Goodfellow (with newspaper)
"Here's an old bachelor in Ohio died
and left all his money to the woman
Tyho rejected him." Cynicus "And
yet they say there is no gratitude in
Where Women Run Cars.
The suggestion that women may be
employed as street car conductors in
Philadelphia has brought cut the fact
that the women of Latin America,
usually thought of as sheltered, retir retiring
ing retiring and unprogressive, have been do doing
ing doing this kind of work for years. Dur During
ing During the war between Chili and Peru,
when all the men of Chili irere need needed
ed needed at the front, women took their
places on the street cars, and San Santiago,
tiago, Santiago, Valparaiso and several other
cities have had women conductors
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS AT OCALA
The following schedule is 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 1:35 a.m. 1:40 a.m.
No. 2 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
You can change fretful, ill-tem- j n:3o a. m. and arrives in Tampa at 6
pered children into healthy, happy j p. m. it leaves Tampa at 1 p. m. and
youngsters, by ridding them of ; arrives in Jacksonville at 7:30 d. m. It
RID YOUR CHILDREN OF WORMS
worms. Tossing rolling, grinding of
teeth, crying out while asleep, accom accompanied
panied accompanied with intense thirst, pains in
the stomach and bowels, feverish feverish-ness
ness feverish-ness and bad breath, are symptoms
that indicate worms. Kickapoo Worm
Killer, a pleasant candy lozenge, ex expels
pels expels the worms, regulates the bowels,
restores your children to health and
happiness. Mrs. J. A. Brisbin, of El Elgin,
gin, Elgin, 111., says: "I have used Kicka Kickapoo
poo Kickapoo Worm Killer for years, and en entirely
tirely entirely rid my children of worms. I
would not be without it." Guaran Guaranteed.
teed. Guaranteed. All druggists, or by mail.
Price 25c. Kickapoo Indian Medi Medicine
cine Medicine Co., Philadelphia and St.
Louis. Sold in Ocala by Tydings &
stops only at Turkey Creek, Plant City,
Dade City, WMdwood, Ocala, Starke
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
Southhouud Jai. and St. Petersburg
No. 9 10:35 p.m. 10:46 p.m.
No. 39 2:40 p.m. 2:42 v.m.i
Southbound -Ocala and Lakeland
No. 35 (Sunnyjim) 6:40 a.m.
Xorlhbountl Jai. 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
?.o. sz (sunnyjim). Arrive 3:o0 p.m.
Ocala and Honiosaasa j
leave No. 49 8:20 a.m. 1
i Leave No. 4'
Arrive No. 4S :00 p.m.
OCALA NORTHERN j
Lv. for Palatka.. 7:30 a.m. i:25 p.m. j
Sunday trains .... 8:00 a.m. 1:25 p.m i
Dysentery is always serious and
ofte na dangerous disease, but it can
be cured. Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has
cured it even when malignant and
epidemic. For sale by all dealers, ad
Save the Middle-Aged.
"Save the babies." was the cry of
the last decade. "Save the middle middle-aged,"
aged," middle-aged," will be the cry of this. The
real race suicide is not in the insuffi
ciency of births, but in the inade- from Palatka 10:40 a.n: "iuo p.m.
quate knowledge of the diseases of j
maturity and in the inadequate care
and prevention of these diseases. 1
Richard Barry, in the Century.
For Cuts, Burns and Bruises
THE KING OF ALL LAXATIVES
An Important Omission.
The doctor who laid down the re requisites
quisites requisites of the perfect baby omitted
tne most essential one the baby
must be yours.
i In every home there should be a
jbox of Bucklin's Arnica Salve, ready
(to apply in every case of burns, cuts,
iii'niinls r T" cnMs T T T PAlonnn
Delvalle, Tex., R. Xo. 2, writes: j
For constipation, headaches, indi- j "Bucklin's Arnica Salve s'a'ved my i
gestion and dyspepsia, use Dr. King's little girl's foot. Xo one believed it!
Xew Life Pills. Paul Mathulka, of;couid be cured." The world's best;
Buffalo, X. Y., says they are the!save 0nly 25c. Recommended by!
'Iritis' nf nil lavntives. Thpv are a!T,.-i: r. r ,t
. o ItUiUs! K lU. .iU I
; blessing to all my family and I al- i
ways keep a box at home." Get a iL
box and get well. Price 25c. Rec-i H"-nuai rorCe me otrongcr.
ommended by Tydings & Co. Adv reai men are mey wno see tnat
spiritual is stronger tnan any material
force;" that thought rules the world.
If you are a housewife you cannot
reasonably hope to be healthy or
beautiful by washing dishes, sweep sweeping
ing sweeping and doing housework all day,
and crawling into bed dead tired at
night. You must get out into the
open air and sunlight. If you do this
every day and keep your stomach
and bowels in good order by taking
Chamberlain's Tablets when needed,
you should become both healthy and
beautifm. For sale by all dealers, ad
Camel Travels 90 Miles a Day.
A camel with an average load will
travel 25 miles a day, and when unin unincumbered
cumbered unincumbered it will reach 90 miles a day
Sallow complexion is due to a tor torpid
pid torpid liver. SIMMON" RED Z LI.VER
REGULATOR puifies and strength strengthens
ens strengthens the liver, regulates the bowels,
sweetens the breath and restores the i
LS T F"X" A "NTD"P"R i ruddy hue of health to the cheeks.
ILUlJiXluiLLj a 1.; Price arge package, $i; small size,
!5c. Sold by all druggists. Adv
CARPENTER AND BUfl DER
Careful Estimates Made on All Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
The train that comes into Tickville
every week will seen begin to run
late, as the blackberry vines along the I
right-cf-way are showing sins of a
Mow Simmer (Goods
We have a large and very choice lot of Summer
Goods remaining on our counters and shelves, and as
our buyer, Frank Gadson, will leave in a few days for
New York to buy the new Fall and Winter stock which
will be the largest and best we have ever carried, we
are compelled to sacrifice these goods, and therefore
offer the remaining summer goods at prices heretofore
unheard of. Regular cut-to-the-quick prices, without
regard to cost.
Men's Straw Hafs,
Ladies' Fine Shoes in the smaller sizes.
Big line ol Collars, Shirts, Ties and
Hosiery for Men
Dress Goods, Laces, Embroideries, Ribbons, etc.,
for the ladies and many other bargains in all depart departments
ments departments of the store, must go during the next few weeks
to make room for our great stock of new goods soon
F. P. GADSON, Proprietor