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OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY. MAY 21, 1913
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The following hill was lran up
by ox-lloproxenuitive II. F. Rogers of
Marion county. It was approved
A r i 1 21 by the county eonmrssion eonmrssion-crs,
crs, eonmrssion-crs, and copies sent to our senator
and representatives at Tallahassee,
who procured its enactment into
A bill to be entitled an act. co au authorize
thorize authorize the county commissioners of
Marion county, state of Florida, to
appoint a superintendent of public
roads and bridges, to define their
powers and duties in working the
county convicts and the laying out of
now roads, building and repairing
the public roads and bridges o?' said
county by contract and otherwise.
Sec. 1. Kaeh county commission commissioner's
er's commissioner's district in Marion county, state
of Florida, is hereby declared a road
district for the purposes of thin act,
and the roads and bridges in said
districts shall be under the general
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.supervision of the board of county
commissioners of said county, except
:iueh roads and bridges as may be
situated in the limits of incorporated
towns and cities.
Sec. 2. The board of county com commissioners
missioners commissioners of said county shall at
their regular meeting in the month
of September in each and every year
appoint a superintendent of roads and
bridges, who shall have experience
in building hard-surface or macadam
roads and who shall have a knowl knowledge
edge knowledge of engineering so as to make
grades, fills and drains in building
and repairing the public roads of the
county. Said superintendent shall be
paid a salary not to exceed three
thousand dollars ($3000) per an annum
num annum in the discretion of the board of
Sec. 3. The board of county com commissioners
missioners commissioners shall prescribe rules and
regulations for the guidance of said
superintendent as to the work to be
done and the performance thereof
and shall have the right at any time
to remove such superintendent for
misconduct or unsatisfactory service,
or for any other good or sufficient
reasons. Such superintendent shall
be under the general supervision of
the board of county commissioners
and before entering upon his duty
shall execute a good and sufficient
bond payable to the chairman of the
board of county commissioners and
to his successors in office in the sum.
of not less than two thousand dol
lars $2000) conditioned on the faith
ful performance of all duties devolv
ing upon him as road superintendent
of said county and the faithful ac
counting for all property which shall
be placed in his care, custody, man
agement or control, by reason of his
employment as road superintendent
of said county, such bond to be apr
proved and accepted by the board of
Sec. 4. It shall be the duty of the
road superintendent immediately
after entering into contract with the
board of county commissipners afore
said, to select two or more compe competent
tent competent men as road overseers from each
road district in tht county, the name
of the men selected by him as such
overseers shall be submitted to the
board of county commissioners in
the month of December of every
year; it shall be the duty of tfto
county commissioners appoint
from tq uvwea elected by the road
superintendent as many road over over-scera
scera over-scera as may be deemed necessary in
each commissioner's distjt qjf iie
county, sld voit overseers shall at
all times by subject to the direction,
Control and supervision of the road
superintendent and fpp thp raKUful
performance of the work intrusted
to said road overseer as well as for
the faithful accounting for all tyols,
materials, supplies, implements or
other property which may come into
the hands of such roa.d overseer by
reason of his employment. Suctx road
overseer shall have actual charge of
all work to be done In their respect
ive districts subject to the control
and direction of the road superin
tendent; they U11 receive as com
pensation for their several services a
per diem not to exceed three dollars
and fifty cents ($3.50) per day for-
man, one horse and wagon. The
board of county commissioners shall
require each overseer to give a bond
in favor of and payable to the coun
ty commissioners for faithful per performance
formance performance of duty with approved se
curity, and such work shall be under
the immediate supervision of the
road superintendent. The county
commissioners shall instruct the road
superintendent to authorize the over
seers under him to employ the nec
essary labor to work his respective
roads and shall no pay fpr such la.
bor more than fifteen cents (15e,l
per hour, the laborers thus employed
shall be able-bodied men and com
petent to do the work assigned them;
the several overseers shall keep an
. . ...
uemizea accouni or me name oi
each laborer and an accurate account
of the number of hours that labor
was performed by each of them dur during
ing during each day, together with the price
paid each laborer, placing a certified
copy of the same with the clerk of
the board of county commissioners
on the first Monday in each month,
said overseer shall give to each la laborer
borer laborer a certificate of time, stating
number of hours of labor each day
at the end of each week and such
certificates shall become an order on
the board of county commissioners
and shall be paid on the approval of
the superintendent and county com commissioner
missioner commissioner of the district where such
labor is performed.
Sec. The board of county com
missioners shall furnish the roal
superintendent with all tooLs, imple implements,
ments, implements, teams and supplies which may
be necessary to carry on the work of
building1 and repairing1 the public
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roads, bridges and river crossing's of
the county and upon termination of
e term of employment of the said
road superintendent, said board shall
have a .settlement with said superin superintendent
tendent superintendent and hall receive from him all
tools, implements or other property
which was in his hands, control, or
custody and shall receipt him therefor
and should any of said property be not
turned over by the superintendent at
the time of such final settlement and
should not be satisfactorily accounted
for, then in such event the said super superintendent
intendent superintendent and his bondsmen shall be
held liable for the value thereof.
Sec. 6. The board of county com commissioners
missioners commissioners is hereby authorized to let
out any portion of the work on the
public roads and bridges in said coun county
ty county on contract as in their judgment
the work can be done to the advantage
of the county, in letting out any hard hard-surface
surface hard-surface road to be kept up under con contract
tract contract the same shall be let to the low lowest
est lowest responsible bidder after due notice
for bids based upon specifications and
plans furnished by the road superin superintendent
tendent superintendent and approved by the board of
county commissioners, the contractor
complying with such terms as for bond
as the county commissioners may re require,
quire, require, the board may reject at their
discretion any and all bids and may
require new bids to be made for such
work which is supposed to be let un under
der under contract, all work contracted to be
done under the immediate supervision
and direction of the road superintend superintendent
ent superintendent and shall be approved before set settlement
tlement settlement is made therefor by the board
of county commissioners.
Sec. 7- All public, roads and bridges
heretofore established according to
law in the county of Marion are here hereby
by hereby declared public roads and bridges
and under the jurisdiction of the coun county
ty county commissioners of said county.
Sec. 8. That hereafter when any
new road is required in said county a
petition with the route specified sign signed
ed signed by twelve or more persons, resi residents
dents residents and la.nd owners along the line
of the proposed road shall be present presented
ed presented to the board of county commission commissioners
ers commissioners of said county who shall examine
the same and if found necessary for
the benefit of the public, said board
of county commissioners shall appoint
a committee of three disinterested
persons, (the county surveyor may be
one of said committee) who shall sur survey
vey survey the route and report the same to
the county commissioners at the next
regular meeting of sa'd board after
their appointment, at which time if no
objection is made thereto by any per person
son person interested the ri:.i shall be order ordered
ed ordered opened by the board of county com com-missionev
missionev com-missionev as surveyed. The county
commissioners may advertise thirty
days their intentions to open up any
new road that may b petitioned for
in said county.
Sec. ti, The pay of all persons ap appointed
pointed appointed to survey any new yoad shall
be two dollars (SOt) per diem and
ten cents ye- mile each way traveled.
I'ruvnted that when the county sur surveyor
veyor surveyor is appointed to survey any new
road pT diem shall be fiV dollars
($.". 00) per day.
Sec. IS. T width of all public j
roa.d shall be not less than forty (40)
feet and the road superintendent or!
road overseer shall have authority to
appropriate any wood or other ma ma-teri
teri ma-teri most convenient and adjacent
thereto, for the building and repair repairing
ing repairing of the public roads and bridges.
Frovided that no wanton or unneces unnecessary
sary unnecessary trespass shall be committed upon
the private property of any citizens.
Sec. 11. That it shall be the duty of
the board of county commissioners to
have and keen th public roads posted
by erec-tnrS tsna and mile posts of
goad durable material with the num number
ber number of miles from place to place and
at all branch and cross y6ada with
proper instructions a to the terminus
of said roa3.
aee. 12. That whenever th road
superintendent or any contractor or
overseer of any public roads and
bridges in Marion county shall violate
the contract made with the board of
county commissioners and said board
may commence suit in the circuit court
or any other court having jurisdiction
in Marion courty, against said contrac contractor,
tor, contractor, or superintendent, or overseer and
their sureties for any and all damages
sustained by the county by reason of
such violation of such contract and
they shall be held liable for the dam damages
ages damages assessed by the court.
Sec. 13. That whenever the board of
'county commissioners are mentioned in
this aot a majority of said board are
hereby authorized to transact aijy and
all business pertaining to this act.
Sec. 14. Whoever obstructs any pub public
lic public road or established iiighway in
said county by fencing across, or int
the same, or by willfully causing any
other obstruction in such road or high highway
way highway or any part thereof shall be pun
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ishable by fine not exceeding one hun hundred
dred hundred ($100) dollars or imprisonment
not to exceed sixty days and the judg judgment
ment judgment of the court shall also be that the
obstruction be removed, or whosoever
shall willfully place any obstruction
across any settlement or neighborhood
road regularly used, or whoever causes
such obstruction to be placed thereon,
shall remove the same from such road
within twelve hours thereafter. Any
person or persons so obstructing any
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settlement or neighborhood road shall
be fined not exceeding fifty dollars
($50.00) or thirty days in jail on fail failure
ure failure or refusal to remove such obstruc obstruction.
tion. obstruction. iec. 15. It shall be unlawful for any
two-wheel losr cart. commonly used
for hauling saw lojrs and heavy tim timbers
bers timbers to be driven or pulled over the
public roads and bridges or the pub public
lic public neighborhood roads and bridges of
said Marion county. Any person-or
persons violating or causing to be vio violated
lated violated the provisions of this section
shall upon conviction in any compe competent
tent competent court of jurisdiction, be fined not
exceeding one hundred dollars ($100)
or six months in jail; provided, how however
ever however that when such log carts are want
to be conveyed from one locality to
another they may be .coupled together,
without load, and driven or pulled over
the public roads and bridges of said
Sec. 16. The board of county com commissioners
missioners commissioners of Marion county may put
to work all persons in the jail of said
county under sentence upon conviction
of crime, at labor upon the public
roads and bridges of said county, or
the said board of county commission commissioners
ers commissioners in their discretion may hire out a
part or all of such prisoners to be
worked on the public roads and bridges
of said county or to be worked at any
other industry in or out of said coun
ty in the state of Florida, such con convicts
victs convicts shall be worked in the county or
out of the county under the direction
of the rules and regulations adopted
by the board of commissioners of state
institutions of the state of Florida. In
the event the county convicts are leas
ed under the provisions hereof, the
proceeds arising therefrom shall be
paid into the county road fund to be
expended under the directions of the
county commissioners, solely for the
purpose of maintaining, working,
building and repairing the public roads.
bridges and river crossings of the
county and purchasing suitable' tools,
implements and materials therefor.
Sec, 17. In working the county
convicts on the public roads and
bridges of Marion county the board of
county commissioners under the rec
ommendation "of the road superintend superintendent
ent superintendent shall designate one man to enforce
discipline and keep the prisoners under
subjection, such man shall be desig
nated captain of the convicts, and he
shall have authority to hire guards
and discharge them whenever they
fail to discharge the duties of a con convict
vict convict guard. Such guards shall not re
ceive over one dollar and fifty cents
($1.50) per day for every day they are
actually engaged in guarding the con convicts,
victs, convicts, the same to be paid by the
county commissioners out of the road
fund of the county and not more than
one guard to every six prisoners or
more, shall be employed to work the
prisoners by day, and one guard to
keep watch over them by night.
Sec. 18. The board of county com
missioners of Marion county whenever
they deem it advisable for the public
good shall levy a special tax as is now
provided by section 850 of the general
statutes of the state of Florida, at the
time for levying county taxes, for
county purposes, levy a special tax
for public roads, bridges and river
crossings not to exceed five mills on
the dollar on all real and personal
property in the county subject to tax
ation, which tax shall be assessed and
collected a sother taxes of the county,
and the money arising therefrom shall
be paid into the county treasury as a
special fund to be expended under the
direction of the county commissioners
solely for the purpose of maintaining,
working, repairing and keeping in
good condition the public roads,
bridges and river crossings of the
county and purchasing suitable tools,
implements, materials, teams, wagons,
camp outfits and stockades for the use
and safekeeping of the convict force
as may be found necessary, in the
proper carrying out of the work and
for the salary of the road superintend superintendent
ent superintendent and for the employment of such
additional labor as may be deemed nec-
esasry. Provided however that one-
half the amount realized from said
special taxes on property situated in
the incorporated cities and towns, shall
be turned over to the municipal au authorities
thorities authorities of said cities or towns.
. Sec. 19. The board of county com
missioners for the purpose of levying
taxes for the building, repairing and
keeping up of public roads, bridges
and river crossings of this county
shall be governed solely by the gen
eral laws of the state in the levying
of taxes, except as provided in section
eighteen of this act.
Sec. 20. That any part of the gen
eral statutes of the state of Florida
pertaining to the building, repairing
and keeping up of the public roads,
bridges and river crossings of this
state that does not conflict with the
provisions of this uct, shall apply to
the keeping up, repairing and build building
ing building of the public roads and bridges of
this count j, and tre county commis commissioners
sioners commissioners shall observe the same In the
discharge of their duties, otherwise
all laws and parts of laws in conflict
with the provisions of this act In its
local application to Marion county are
Sec. 21. This act .shall go into effect
thirty days after Ita passage and ap approval
proval approval by the governor.
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ila., as second class matter.
DKMOC It TS XAMK DAVIS
At the meeting of democratic com-
mitteemen of t!e eight precincts of
the third commissioners' district, at the
city hall this Afternoon. Mr. Joe AV.
Davis of Humiflerlield was nominated
to succeed Mr. Nathan Mayo.
THE OCALA NORTHERN
Judge Call in the United States court
today made an order appointing J. G.
Hoyd receiver of the Ocala Northern
Railroad. Suit is now pending in the
same court, being brought by William
If. Crawford, as trustee, and the Assets
Realization Company, a New Jersey
corporation, against the Ocala North Northern
ern Northern Railroad Company to foreclose a
mortgage of $75,000. Jacksonville Me Metropolis,
tropolis, Metropolis, 23rd.
The Itoad In In flood Condition
The receivership of the Ocala North
ern Railroad to the uninitiated seems
rather unnecessary. The road is doing
a fine business and paying all of its
current expenses of all kinds and its re
ceipts from month to month are ample
for all of these, with prospects of even
letter business, for the big mill vat
Silver Springs ha3 just been started Up
again after a long period of inactivity'
and the heavy crops along the road's
right of way have to be'moved.
However, th bonds are due and
have to be cared for and this feature
of the road's business made the re receivership
ceivership receivership necessary, but it does not
mean that the property is not a good
one and with the court to stand back
of the management the road can be
reorganized and work out its fate and
pay all of its obligations. The road is
an important connecting link in this
part of the state and its future looks
good, despite its temporary embarrassment.
Mr. J. G. Boyd, the receiver, came
down last night to consult with Super
intendent S. P. Hollinrake and they
spent most of the day in Mr. Hollin Hollin-rake's
rake's Hollin-rake's offices, going over the situation
and planning for the future.
Mr. Boyd is a prominent citizen of
Jacksonville, has had a wide exper
ience with business matters of many
kinds and knows a good deal of rail railroads
roads railroads and their relations to the busi
ness of the country. He is vice presi president
dent president of the Heard National Bank of
Jacksonville and is interested in other
business matters in that city and in
the naval stores industry throughout
the state. He is an able business man
and his choice by the court as receiver
of the road" was a wise and fortunate
Mr. Boyd said today that no changes
would be made in the office force of
the road or in any of its employees at
present; that Mr. S. 1'. Hollinrake
would remain in charge and that he
would come down as often as neces necessary
sary necessary to advise and consult with him.
He said that Mr. Hollinrake was an
able railroad man, knew the situation
thoroughly and was fully capable of
managing the affairs of the road. Both
Mr. J. V. Tarver and Mr. J; D. MacDon MacDon-ald
ald MacDon-ald will remain in the office in, their
present capacity and as far as the gen general
eral general public Is concerned there will be
no difference in the operation of the
BIG BARGAIN IN
I have three, choice five-room cottages, each
located on corner lots, new, well-built houses,
Rented for $15 each per month
Close in, two blocks from Primary School and one
block from site of new $50,000 school house to be
Will pay practically 1 5 PER CENT NET,
on the investment. A Bargain if taken AT ONCE.
IP. W. DITTO
promised the visitors to Bushnell on
this occasion. See advertisement of
rates, s ch&dulvu,- utc in another col
uirof today's paper
Judge David S
last night from
Marion County Fa
ur thru Citrus and
he Interest of the
The judge sayfe
l liu L iiic j; v. jj t v I J 1
ties are favorably ui?n toward the
fairvand are likely to make gqod,.-x-hibits.
"MADLY" AMENDED HILL"
Lost, the boy I used to know!
Whose lips and arms I used to crave;
Lost forever; oh, the woe!
The kid is old enough to shave!
The Milwaukee Sentinel.
Lost, aye, he's more than lost, the boy,
Gone are the kisses, gone away!
Gone the warm hugs and snugglings,
He donned his first long pants today.
Lost, the silvery childish tones
With which he used to sing how
To hear those cracked and calf-like
His voice has now begun to change.
Lost, the boy I used to see
With other kiddies out at play;
Lost, ah yes, he's lost to me,
For he became a dad today!
Lost, the boy with the L. & N.,
With whom I once did roam
Dais was near him then
But now she has taken him home.
The Free Tress.
Lost, the man I used to know
Who liked his pink lemonade,
And once visited the Land Show.
Now he is with the Ocala Board of
Trade. The Bingville Horn.
Rooney has come, yes he's here;
The outside world need have no fear.
The Ocala Board of Trade will surely
For he's a hustler and makes things go.
His heart's in the work and time will
Ocala has chosen wisely and well.
About 7 o'clock last evening, the
Star received the following dispatch
from Mr. Light:
Tallahassee, May 23, 6:57 p. m. The
Davis bill badly amended will not
come up for final passage till next
week. U S. Light.
The bill, as amended, looks like a
married man's socks with the legs cut
off. The following clauses were cut
No sales less than half pint.
No sale except in sealed packages.
No package to be opened in saloon
No sales from 9 p. m. to 6 a. m.
The bill was further amended to ex
empt hotels of a hundred rooms or
more, which excludes the Flagler ho
tela of the east coast' and others of
like accommodations. The measure
was amended also to apply to saloons
with restaurants attached and still
further amended to allow girls to work
in mail order houses.
The detailed report of the proceed
ings in the House yesterday, as sent
by Mr. Huffaker to the Tampa Times,
"The House today passed four tern
perance measures, including the Davis
so-called 'dispensary bill, which alone
brought on a firm fight from the liquor
men. The sections of the bill pro
hibiting the sale of intoxicating liquor
in less quantities than half pints in
sealed packages, and prohibiting the
giving away of liquors were killed by
amendments. The Davis b'll had pass
ed the Senate by a large vote, but the
House amendments kill its force to a
considerable degree. It will now go
back to the Senate for concurrence in
the amendments. Representative Tom Tom-lin's
lin's Tom-lin's bill preventing the frequenting of
saloons by minors passed unanimously.
The Blitch Senate bill prohibiting the
shipment of liquor into dry territory
except to persons for private use pass passed
ed passed G4 to 3. It is practically the same
as the Webb measure which passed
Congress recently. The bill of Mr
Adkins of Bradford regulating the
manufacture of liquors in counties
where manufacture is allowed on ap application
plication application to boards of county commis commissioners
sioners commissioners was passed 67 to 1. The Blitch
Senate measure regulating the hours
and time of delivery of liquors was
passed by unanimous vote."
AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
(Rev. J. G. Glass, Rector)
7:30 a. m. Holy Communion.
10 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning prayer, litany and
Rev. J. B. Ley, Pastor.
Bible school, 9:30 a. m.
11 a. m. Commencement sermon by
Dr. W. II. Dodge.
8 p. m. Sermon by the pastor. Sub Subject,
ject, Subject, "Knowledge Worth While."
Other services as usual.
(W. H, Coleman, Minister.)
10 a. m. Sunday School.
3 p. m. Junior C. E. led by Mrs.
11 a. m. The congregation will join
in the baccalaureate services at the
8 p. m. Sermon.
(Pastor, Rev. W. H. Dodge, D. D.)
9:43 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. There will be no services
at this hour, the church uniting with
the other churches in the high school
commencement services at the Metho Methodist
dist Methodist church, Dr. Dodge preaching the
3 p. m. Junior Missionary Society.
8 p. m. Sermon.
A cordial invitation extended to the
public. Strangers cordially welcomed.
Five Heel Evey One a Comedy at
the Ten pie Tonieht
Every reel a comedy, five fine fea feature
ture feature licensed pictures. The Temple
orchestra starts tonight and will be
heard every night throughout the sum summer,
mer, summer, so in addition to seeing the best
pictures to be had, you can hear some
excellent orchestra music. Program
"The Horse That Wouldn't Stay
Hitched." A side splitting western
"Near to Earth." A great laugh
producer by the Biograph Co.
"The Food Chopper s War," a funny
story of two rival grocers.
"The Heart Brokers." Here's a
i scream don't miss it.
"The Love That Turned." A western
comedy drama with a fine story.
Doors open at 6-30 prices 5 and 10
cents. Come early, only 800 seats.
Pope Plii Picture Will le Repeated
The pictures of Tope Pius X that
were shown at the Ideal last night
were so good that they will be shown
again tonight, so that everybody can
be sure to see them.
The Heroine of the Tlains. A big
two reel feature by the famous 101 Bi Bison
son Bison Co., one of the best western pic pictures
tures pictures ever shown in Ocala.
More Haste, Less Speed. A side sidesplitting
splitting sidesplitting comedy.
The Ideal for pleasure and comfort
is now almost perfect. Admission, 5
and 10 cents.
! Mis II
olloess Pope Pies X.
One Good Comic
2 Reel 101 Ranch Western Feature
- AT THE
ANTHOXY FARMS DAIRY
I1USIXESS STEADILY INCREASES
Mr. E. C. Beuchler, manager of the
Anthony Farms, passed through the
city Friday with a handsome herd of
Jersey milch cows which he had pur purchased
chased purchased from Capt. S. R. Pyles.
Though the Anthony Farms people
are now milking over a hundreds cows
daily, they find themselves unable to
keep up with the demand made upon
them for their products.
Ever since the fact that the Anthony
Farms people handle their products in
a scientific manner has become known,
it Is difficult for them to take care of
all the business offered tnem.
Lost, Found, Wanted, For Sale,
For Rent and Similar Local Heeds
FOR RENT Offices In Holder build building.
ing. building. Apply to Davis & Martin.
FOR SALE A baby cart and a high
chair; both in good condition. Apply
to 610 Fort King avenue. 5-22-6t
ROOMS FOR RENT Furnished
rooms for light housekeeping, phone
216, Fort King Ave., and a four room
cottage with gas. 5-5-lin
FOR RENT Furnished rooms with
all modern conveniences; close in.
Phone 378. 5-17-tf
AUTO FOR SALE A strictly first first-class,
class, first-class, second-hand, two-cylinder Max Maxwell
well Maxwell runabout for sale at a great big
bargain. Tihs Is one of the cars that
made the Maxwell famous. Apply at
Star office if interested. 5-17-6dt
FOR SALE A residence at a bar bargain.
gain. bargain. Six rooms besides kitchen and
bath room; electric lights; all modern
conveniences; large yard; beautiful
shade trees; garden; chicken yard;
servant's house. Apply to 416 S. Lime
St., Ocala. 5-20-12td
FOR RENT The entire house or a
part, furnished or unfurnished. Will
rent same fr a year or longer. Apply
to 212 Orange Ave. 5-20-6td
FOR RENT Two large houses In
central location, suitable for residence
or boarding houses; one 8-room and
bath, and no 9 rooms and bath; either
house will accommodate two families,
and we will rent to suit tenants. Ap Apply
ply Apply to D. S. Woodrow or Elmer- De-
Ca m p.
FOUND A small package of dry
goodn on Fort King Ave., near resi residence
dence residence of Dr. Van Hood. Owner can
have same by calling at this office and
paying for this ad. 5-23-tf
Li j U
I 'IE)lEIL-i i -i
5C Slid IOC Manager
Ol.LIE MORDIS MARKET OPEN
The market formerly Known as the
Ollie Mordis' is now open. Will keep on
and a supply of fresh meats and fish
Orders by phone will receive prompt
attention. Phone number 315. Come
to the old stand and be treated right
Ad. OLLIE MORDIS.
If you oeicn up a bitter tasting liquid
it is a sign of bad digestion. A dose
or two of HERBINE will correct the
disorder. It stimulates digestion and
purifies the bowels. Price 50 cents.
Sold by all druggists. Ad.
DR. V. K. LANE,
Specialist, Eye, Eir, None and Throat.
Office, Law Library Blc'g., Ocala. Ad.
THE LATEST FASHION NOTE
Says: "It is a wise precaution against getting
holes in delicate hosiery to powder the shoes
before putting them on." Many people sprinkle
the famous antiseptic powder, Allen's Foot-Ease,
into the ehoes, and find that it saves its cost ten
times over in keeping holes from hosiery as well
as lessening friction and consequent smarting
and aching of the feet,
Royal Arch meet. Friday night.
PILES CURED AT HOME
HV SEW AIISORPTIOX METHOD
If you suffer from bleeding. Renins,
blind or protruding piles, send me your
address, and I will tell you how to
cure yourself at home by the new ab absorption
sorption absorption treatment; and will also send
some of this home treatment free for
trial, with references from your own
locality if re quested. Immediate -relief
and permanent cure assured. Send no
money but tell others of this offer
J rite today to Mrs. M. Summers. Box
P. South Bend, Ind. 22
Moose meet Thursday evening.
Is nearinq the end
For the next Ten Days beginning Monday, May 26th WE will put on sale
our entire stock of Ladies' Shoes, regardless of former prices at the uniform price of
CAT HELP IIEINC; CONCEITED
The editor of the Star didn't think
he was doing anything extra when he
wrote that article, "Ballots as Well as
Bouquets," a couple of weeks ago, but
when, reprinted in full it meets his eye
in tiie pages of the Tampa Tribune,
the St. Petersburg Independent and the
Miami Metropolis, three of the bright brightest
est brightest papers in Florida, he can't help
feeling a little bit conceited. The Me Metropolis
tropolis Metropolis says of the article:
"The following editorial from the
Ocala Star is worthy nation-wide pub publicity.
licity. publicity. It is "something different under
the sun" in the way of handling the
poetry-evoking theme of "Mother's
Day," which has called forth noble edi
torial sentiments through all these
weeks ot May."
This will be the Biggest Bargain ever seen here in Ladies Footwear;as the majority of the shoes sold ud to S3 00
We have a large assortment.
We will also put in this sale our entire stock of Men's Shoes
All grades and styles at the uniform price of
' " nm&
If the weather is favorable Ocala
will furnish a big crowd to attend the
courthouse cornerstone laying at Sum Sumter
ter Sumter county's new capital, Bushnell,
Tuesday. A big barbecue and basket
picnic, public speaking and a Masonic
ceremony are .among the attractions
In this lot you will find many shoes that sold up to $4.00. But we have decided to close out our shoe stock and we
must sell them regardless of cost or former price. oin. aim wc
This Shoe Sale has got the whole county Talking, some people have bought as many as five pairs for their own use.
This is Our Final SHOE SALE and will last only Ten Days, Monday May 26th to Thursday June 5th, inclusive
1 V. V
Our Pony Contest is now on and all the little
folks are after the prettiest Shetland Pony in Ma Marion
rion Marion County. One vote with every ten-cent pur purchase.
chase. purchase. The one receiving the most votes gets the
pony Free of charge. Make the little ones happy
by voting for your favorite
an account &
A man's wife is the best partner he has got if
he only gives her a CHANCE. Give your wife a bank
account and a share of your confidence and she will
save your money. That is no sentimental theory.
E. H. HARRIMAN left a vast fortune. HIS WIFE
had a share in making it; he left it to her, knowing
her ability to handle it.
Give YOUR wife a bank account; she can save
DO YOUR BANKING WITH US
We Pay 4 per cent Interest on Savings Accounts
i S.3".-l I.-
a kMia tca &
20c Tin Robin Hood Sliced Apricots 15c
30c Tin Robin Hood Apricots 25c
20c Tin Royal Scarlet Tomatoes a. 15c
30c Tin Robin Hood Pears 25c
35c Package Royal Scarlet Raisins .... 25c
Undertaker Smltn, pnoncs 10 and 94..
Box file3 at the Court Pharmacy 6-12
Mrs. il. S. Land of Sarasota Is at the
E. L. Martin of Macon. Ga., is at the
Jas. N. Norton of St. Petersburg was
at the Harrington today.
Everybody knows it, but the Star
will remind tnem, that the commence commencement
ment commencement exercises of the Ocala High
School will be held at the Temple Mon Monday
day Monday evening.
I! A CCA LAI URATE SERMON
The baccalaureate sermon by Dr.
Dodge at the Methodist church tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow morning will be something all In Interested
terested Interested in our high school should
J. K. Van Casey of Punta Gorda is at
the Ocala House.
Inks in any size and kind at the
Court Pharmacy. 6-12
A neat little newsstand has been in installed
stalled installed in the Harrington Hall office.
Earle C. Dickinson
is at the Ocala House.
Bathing suits for men and boys. Why
Pay More? At TL Goldman's 5-22-3tdlw
W. L. and D. X. Dorr of Dunnellon
were at the Ocala House last night.
GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATES
Principal Workman requests all
friends who have gifts for the grad graduates
uates graduates to send them to their homes, in instead
stead instead of trying to present them dur during
ing during the exercises at the Temple.
Nui'ICE TO SUNDAY SCHOOLS
Mr. Geo. M. Blitch
Lake this afternoon.
went to Orange
Bath sprays for a
the Court Tharmacy.
Col. C. W. de Martine, the U. S. dep
uty collector, is at the Harrington.
G. D. Webster of Bushnell was, at the
Ocala House last night.
Mr. D. H. Irvine of Orange Lake was
at the Ocala House last night.
R. S. Mills and wife of Arcadia are
at the Ocala House.
Miss Faire Stinson of Fruitland Park
is at thejQcala. lioue..
Miss Jesse"pwens of Sparr, one of
Marion's best -farmers, was at the Ocala
Call or phone the Court Pharmacy
for your quick and accurate prescrip prescription
tion prescription service. Phone 284. 6-12
Mrs. Flora McKay Morrison and her
guest, Miss Sallie Tomlinson, were
guests of the Harrington yesterday.
Yes, Mr. Cromer Is the dry cleaner.
die cleans and presses ladies' and Men's
clothes. Telephone 451. 5-21-6t
Mr. and Mrs. William Hengstler and
son, Herbert, of William, Minn., are at
The county judge has issued a mar marriage
riage marriage license for Mr. Granville B. Rob Rob-bins
bins Rob-bins and Miss Clara Bigge.
Mr. L. E. Parramore of Fort White,
who has been visiting Ocala friends,
left today for Alabama.
Mother Kroh's remedies for baby ail ailments..
ments.. ailments.. Guaranteed like all Rexall rem remedies.
edies. remedies. Gerig's Drugstores. Adv.
Miss Annie Ball, who has been a
guest of the Harrington all the week,
left today for her home in Chicago.
Rexall Sarsaparllla Tonic purifies the
blood and builds up the system. $1 per
bottle at Gerig's Drugstores. Adv.
Major J. B. Withers of Lochloosa s
in the city. Major Withers is conduct conducting
ing conducting a shingle mill at that place.
The Ideal had a large attendance last
night. The pictures of Pope Pius were
very good, and will be run again tonight.
Deputy Sheriff Pulllam of Reddick
brought a malefactor to the county jail
Friday, rulliam is always on the
look out for evil doers.
On account of the churches joining
in tlje baccalaureate services at the
Methodist church it is strongly, urged
that all the Sunday schools begin on
time and close a few minutes before
11 o'clock tomorrow, so as to be in
their places before the beginning of
the services. All the churches will
hold their individual services at the
regular hour, S o'clock.
W. H. Coleman,
Secretary Ministerial Association.
m a m
If you have any Items for this de
partment, call Phone 106.
MELONS IX THE MARKET
The first watermelons appeared in
the local market today, a farmer from
near town hauling in a wagon load of
nice melons that found ready sale. Car Carload
load Carload shipments have gone forward for
several days, however.
U. C. A.
The Daughters of the Confederacy
will give their usual annual dinner to
the Confederate Veterans on Presi President
dent President Jefferson Davis' birthday, June 3.
Xotice will be posted at the city hall,
giving place where dinner will be
served. All veterans cordially invit invited.
ed. invited. Committee.
UNION SUNDAY SCHOOL
PICNIC MAY 29
The Union Sunday school picnic will
be held this year at Lake Weir. Mr. D.
E. Mclver has put the docks and bath bathhouse
house bathhouse at his fine home, "Idlewild,"
down there at the disposal of the com committee,
mittee, committee, consequently the picnic prom promises
ises promises to be the most enjoyable for years.
The picnic train will leave the Coast
Line depot at 7 a. m. Thursday, May
29, and carry the crowd to Oklawaha,
from where they will go to the picnic
ground by boat, ear and carriage.
Don't forget the date.
OCALA MEN" OPERATING
AN ICE FACTORY
Dr. H. C. Groves and Mr. B. T. Per Perdue
due Perdue of this city are operating the
Wildwood ice factory, having leased
the plant which has been closed down
for some time and started it up several
days ago. The plant has a capacity of
twelve tons, is in good shape and the
water supply is very wholesome and
quite adequate. Mr. Perdue Is the en engineer
gineer engineer in charge and Dr. Groves went
down this afternoon to consult with
LOTS FOR SALE CHEAP
A big bargain in two business lots
on north end of Magnolia street; street
and railroad frontage; fine for ware warehouse
house warehouse or wholesale business.
Two corner lota in best portion of
the Seymour addition, the coming res residence
idence residence addition to Ocala. Will sell
residence or business lots together or
separately as desired. Apply to R. C.
Muncaster, Ocala House Blk. 5-24-12t
Lansford has just received a number
of "hand-played" Xeapolitan records. If
one could put the sheen of moonlight
on rippling water into sound, it would
be like their music.
Secretary Rooney favors establish establishing
ing establishing the public library in the Board of
Trade rooms. He says there Is room
for it, and it could there renew its
Mrs. J. A. Merrill who was operated
on for appendicitis, will leave the hos
Mrs. Hatchett 'was operated on thi
morning and is doing well.
Mrs, Croft was taken to the hospi-
al last night and will be operated on
gPHn Pop nn A fo)ihl
Mr. Claude Campbell s home from
Stetson University, after a few days
with his relatives and friends in Ocala,
will go on up in Xorth Carolina, where
he has secured a position.
Dr. C. Winston of Winter Haven,
aged seventy years, father of Mr. El-
is Winston of this city, is seriously
ill at his home In that town. Dr. Win
ston has been retired for some time,
after thirty years as a medical prac
,Stfperintendent .Brinson has succeed
ed in having tbe Minimum wage for
teachers raisetUJU--I40 a month. That's
Tittle,. enough, but ftt was $35 before.
WE CHISEL HIGH PRICES DOWN WHEN WE FIRST
PUT PRICES ON OUR HARDWARE. BUY YOUR HARD HARDWARE
WARE HARDWARE FROM US AND KNOW THE PRICE IS RIGHT.
WE LOCK OUR CUSTOMERS TO US BY SELLING
THEM NONE BUT HARD WEARING HARDWADE.
THEN WE'VE GOT THE GOODS. YOU CAN GET IT
AT OUR STORE.
All Sunday schools will .tomorrow
complete arrangements and appoint
any committees for the Union Sunday
school picnic to be held next Thurs
Rexall Liver Salts, one of the famous
Rexall remedies of which there is one
for every ailment. Gerig's Dru;
A party of seven people in two cars,
on their way from Mount Dora to
Michigan, passed thru town today
They had a camping outfit, and expect
to have a picnic all the way.
Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Eaton and child
ren, in their big yellow Cadillac car,
were in town today, on their way to
Lakeland from their trip to West Flor
Dr. Walter Hood is full of practical
ideas, and that sheet of waterproof
cloth over his auto engine is the latest
put to use. It keeps his engine dry in a
rain, and can be removed in a few sec
onds In good weather.
Godchaux's Linen Suits at Harley
Bros, will keep you cool. Xorfolk and
other stvles. Xext door to Western
Union Telegraph office. 5-17-12t
Fishing tackle. One hundred Kin
Fisher Minnows with large hooks, as assorted
sorted assorted colors; the 75-cent kind for 45
cents. Why Pay More? B. Goldman.
Fishing tackle. One hundred Kin
Fisher Minnows with large hooks, as assorted
sorted assorted colors; the 75-cent kind for 43
cents. Why ray More? B. Goldman.
Stiff neck Is not only painful, but an
noying. To get Tid of it quickly, rub
the parts affected with BALLARD'S
SXOW LIXIMEXT. It penetrates the
flesh and relaxes the muscles so that
! the pain ceases Immediately. Price
25c. 50c and $1 per bottle. Sold by all
For first class automoDIIo service
by the trip, hour or day, phone So,
327. First class car and uniformly
The Temple orchestra will be install
ed tonight for the summer. Carlton
Irvine, having completed his school
studies, is now able to devote his time
to the musical end. Mr. Abbott, who
plays the violin, is a skillful musician
and under his leadership the Temple
orchestra has made great progress.
Generally fair tonight and fcuntfay,
somewhat cooler tonight north an
Ml Down Recital
A recital to which a large number of
friends and music lovers have looked
forward on account of the wonderful
talent possessed by the young instruc instructor
tor instructor and the list of pupils for her first
recital, was given last evening at the
Christian- church by Miss Cecile
Downs vocal class. The event was an
Miss Downs was at the handsome
new piano and her handling of the ac accompaniments
companiments accompaniments was a delight to hear.
The program was divided into two
parts, the first part Including the new
pupils who have not taken six lessons.
They sang exceedingly well seven
numbers, the first one being The Spring
was Come by Mrs. Mary Eagleton. Her
clear soprano voice has nfton hn
heard at entertainments by home tal talent
ent talent and her number last evening was
the occasion of many being present.
Miss Gladys Drake's two numbers
were A Pocket Handkerchief to Hem
and A Motherless Soft Lambkin. Her
histrionic powers are a drawing card
for the Thalian Club of which she is
a member and her admiring friends
incie wcie pieasea to near ner sing.
She has a voice of good quality which
he used to good advantage. The next
attractive piece was Protheroe's Dan Dandelion
delion Dandelion by Miss Elizabeth Davis, the
weet young daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
D. W. Davis, and who promises to be
one of Ocala's gifted singers in the
The Call" by Andrews and "When
Love is Away," by Saar, were Mrs. J.
P. Galloway's selections. She sang
clearly and with much expression. The
first part was concluded by Mr. Fred
erick Pezzullo singing Belle Xuit.
Taking into consideration that he has
had lessons for only two weeks it
must be conceded that he possesses a
plendid baritone voice.
Mrs. R. R. Carroll possesses a charm
ing and beautiful voice of adequate
power and much sweetness, which was
heard to an advantage in If by Huhn,
nd O Rose, That Lay. Upon Her Breast,
Salter. Mrs. Raymond Sapo offered a
group of interesting songs: You and I,
The Swan, Elysium. She has a rich,
full mezzo soprano voice of considera considerable
ble considerable power, which she uses well. She
was at her best irl The Swan.
It was a treat to hear Miss Emma
Lee Bridges, who proved to be a fine
artist with a beautiful voice and ex excellent
cellent excellent interpretative powers, all of
which were well used In The Llittle
Blue Pigeon and The Doll's Wooing.
Mrs. L. F. Blalock. contralto, was next.
inging Thayer's Laddie and Kjerulfs
Last Xight. She is a thorough musi musician,
cian, musician, has a voice of good compass.
plendid power and under perfect con-
rol. Her interpretative power is far
above the ordinary and absolute
silence reigned while she sang Last
One of the very best numbers on the
program was the last, Thayer's Vaga
bond, by Mr. William Camp, who won
the favor of the audience immediate
ly. Mr. Camp rose to glorious heights
and displayed his big, manly voice,
beautiful in quality, to considerable
Miss Sarah Pearl Martin is home
from Washington Seminary for the va
Mr. Arthur Williams, who accom
panied his wife and young daughter to
Ocala, has returned to his business in
terests at Charlotte.
Little Miss Hudgins arrived late yes
terday afternoon at the home of the
happily expectant parents, Mr. and
Mrs. S. A. P. Hudgins at Xo. 212 Hyde
Park place. Mrs. Hudgins was for
merly Miss Florence Mellon. Tampa
Mrs. Budd of Leesburg aiid her sis
ter-in-law, Miss Jcudd of England,
were the guests 0 MrsTF. T. Schreiber
yesterday. Miss jJSudd will return
home in a few rays accompanied by
Mr. and Mrs. Budd and daughter, who
will snpnd the summer abroad.
The friends of Miss Dorothy Schrei
ber will regret to hear that after be
ing in bed two weeks she is still una
ble to be up.
Miss Pansy Souter who has been
visiting friends In South Florida since
her school closed at Dunnellon two
weeks ago, was the guest of her aunt,
Miss Fannie Clark last night and left
today at noon for her home at Sparr.
Miss Souter expects to spend the
reater part of the summer in Xew
Mr. Robert Ferguson, an alumirus
of the Ocala Hijfh School, has returned
to his home a
, .,-. .
Miss Janet Weathers
home tomorrow from a
You can find everything in the latest
stvlos for men at Harley ros. exi
door to Western Union Telegraph of
3 cans Van Camp's soup 25c
3 M beans 25c
3 Hominy 25c
3 Mince Meat 25c
2 Sunbeam shrimp 25c
1 lb Soda 5c
2 cans n small flat Salmon 35c
1 "large M ..30c
1 " tall Salmon 30c
2 Argo large Salmon 45c
1 Ocean Gem tall 20c
Hotel Astor Coffee
40 cts. per Pound
STEEL CUT COFFEE
40 cts. per Pound
We ask for new accounts because we are capable
of rendering the best banking service, and because
we offer that high measure of security that appeals
to the prudent and conservative people of this com community.
munity. community. Your banking business carefully and promptly
transacted. Large resources, a strong Board of Direc Directors
tors Directors and capable management are but a few of the
many features that commend this bank to one con considering
sidering considering the opening of a bank account.
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will surely interest you. Cold
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ing Buying jewelry hdre means
spending money right.
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standard of jewelry sell selling
ing selling remains fixed, c
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If you want a
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For your sweetheart mar married
ried married or otherwise a diamond
solitaire is eminently proper.
Nothing better as an engage
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have ja splendid assortment of gems in up-to-
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visit in Lakeland with her cousin, Mrs.
I. V. Stevens.
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Weathers will
return Monday from East Orange, -n.
J., where they attended the marriage
of their son, Mr. Niel A. A eathers to
Miss Edna Cushing on the 14th.
Miss Omera Holloway, who has just
closed a successful term or scnooi ai
Eustis, arrived in the city today and
will be the guest of Miss Josie Bullock
for a few days before returning to her
home at Tallahassee. Miss Bullock is
expecting two other guests to arrive
tomorrow. Miss Maggie Lytle from
Lake Weir and Miss Miriam Graham
Mrs. J. D. Marlin and pretty baby
arm leave tomorrow for Montgomery,
Ala., where they will visit relatives
for a couple of weeks. Mr. Marlin, on
the first of June, will go to Erie, Fa.,
where he will take an excellent posi position
tion position as city salesman for the Haller
Grocery Co., and will be joined there a
few days later by Mrs. Marlin and the
babv. The Marlins are excellent peo people,"
ple," people," and their Ocala friends will miss
Mrs. C Green has returned from her
visit to Jacksonville.;.
- "Mrs. H. B. Clarkson will go to Day Day-tona
tona Day-tona Beach tomorrow via the Ocala
Northern Ttarwav to take her little
son Harry who hafc been so ill. that the
sea air may buijA him up again- Mrs.
Richie, the trained nurse, will accom accompany
pany accompany Mrs. Clarkson. Little Harry has
been steadily gaining for the past two
weeks, but for days his life hung bya
- ... r
Miss Donnie Proctor, a charming
young lady of JMireka, after a brief
visit to Ocalafriends, left today for
j Teams for Light
and Heavy Hauling.
COLLIER BROS., Proprietors.
p We Sell
Superior to Plaster
or Ceiling in
Quality or Price.
Ocala to Bushnell and Return
Tuesday May 27th
SPECIAL TRAIN Leaves Ocala 8:00 a. m leave.
Bushnell 4:00 p. m.
Laying Corner Stone of New Court House, Barbecue,
Basket Picnic, Brass Band.
Elk.3 meet Tuesday evening.
Public Speaking. Grand Lodge Florida
Masons will lay Cornerstone
) One fare for round trip between Ocala and all inter-
S. C. BOYLSTOX, JR., A. G I A. C. 31. IMCKEIISOX, T. T A.
JOIIX BOISSBAU, City Ticket Agent.
low mices to all. J. C. Geiger. Ad
QCAhX KVEMXO STAK, SATURDAY. MAV 21, im
? nrlU x
J Harry Irving Greene
o Author of
2 Tli Lash of Circumstance,"
X "Barbara of tb Snows"
(OoprrUfhV. Hi r Harry Irrlog Gks)
March awoke, sat up and looked
about in the befogged manner of one
who find3 himself suddenly transport
ed from the depths of utter oblivion
into the broad light of day, the in
stantaneous transition of the uncon
sciou3 brain to the fully conscious, the
dead into the living. Where th.3
moon had hung when he threw him himself
self himself down in a weariness of soul aud
body that could not longer be combat combated,
ed, combated, the sun was now poised half way
up in its morning flight. For ten
hours he had lain prostrate, dream dreamless,
less, dreamless, unmoving, senseless as the un unborn
born unborn then hours through which be
had existed only in absolute uncon unconsciousness.
sciousness. unconsciousness. Slowly he gathered his
No sensation was in his limbs. Had
they been made of wood they could
not have been more unfeeling, yet au automatically
tomatically automatically they obeyed the command
of his brain. He propped himself up
on his arms and gathered his legs un under
der under him. Slowly, carefully, testing
himself like one who arises after a
heavy fall and knows not whether
bones have been broken, he got upom
his feet, felt the first warm rush of
blood through his body and in a flash
was coherent of mind once more.
Doris! He turned his head towards
the dizzy plateau of the table moun mountain
tain mountain miles behind. Tolliver! The Fly Flying
ing Flying Man! God what was happening
there what had happened what was
A Squirming Object Shot Downward
as an Arrow Falls.
to happen? His throbbing temples
eeemed about to burst as remembrance
of it all surged through his memory
the coming of the unknown body
through space, the night upon the
lawn, the appearance of the winged
monster, the fight, the duel in the air,
the death cf Putnam, North and the
pursuit by the aeroplanes, the awful
chase of the day before, the madness
of Tolliver, the falling of the whirling
body through the moonlight! And now
for twenty-four hours Doris had been
in the possession of the superhuman
creature of the murderous mind and
unguessable instincts, while more
hours must elapse before he could
hope to have the "air crafts once taore
upon the scene. He looked down into
the depths of the canyon which he
must traverse before he reached the
level land which led to the city,
thought for an instant of the weary,
muscle-racking miles that lay before
him, then turned for the descent.
He slowly became cognizant of a
sound, sibilant, thin as the barely au audible
dible audible ringing of cut glass when rubbed
gently, yet Insistent and shrilling
louder with each moment until it had
grown into a penetrating whistle.
Then with a flash of understanding
he looked up. Far above him and
coming from out of the southwest
with the speed of a homing pigeon
was an aeroplane, broad as the wings
of the Flying Man himself, riding the
air with the grace of floating thistle thistledown.
down. thistledown. Weakness seized hire, the
weakness which sometimes comes to
strong men in the reaction from fierce
emotions". For a moment he was
sickened by the fear that he would
faint, and be passed over unnoticed,
then his strength surged back to him
in full flood and he drew his revolver.
Yes, it was North there could be no
mistaking the blue wings of the
"Dragon" North returning through
some inscrutable human reason or by
Divine direction he knew not which,
nor in his wild rush of hope did he
care. Twice his heavy revolver
sounded Its thunderous command, and
far above him the man at the wheel,
hearing the roar, peered down at the
lone figure that with arms out outstretched
stretched outstretched stood upon that bleak sum summit
mit summit like a cross. From hi3 height
he could not recognize the upturned
face, wondered for a moment as to
what he should do, then as the re revolver
volver revolver again spoke its deep command
he wheeled, in a broad circle which
would bring him around and close by
hi3 challenger. Back he came at his
slowest speed as he sought to barely
Bkim the head of the one who had
shot, learn the cause of the signal and
then decide what to do, for it was an
unfavorable place to land and he did
not purpose attempting It unless he
first knew the reason whv. At tht.
For Week Ending
iiu.NDAl, MAI 26 Goo-I large Broom QHn TlIMl.H, MAI S-Xo. 1 glass stand- 4Arx WEDXESDAY, MAY 2sLare s'ze r
made iy trie famous Lee factory, JHf in? lamp complete with burner, wick I Hi Mosquito Nets, with frame and all QXt
usually sM for 40c, this day only.. "V" anJ chimney, worth double, only... ready for hanginextra qualit only
THIKSUAY, MAY 2t Big- lot of Gob- Fit I HAY, MAY 30 Fine quality of mmf STlItDY. M Y 31 o n
lets and Tumbler, just the size for I) IT Table Damask, two yards wide, regr- Mtf Bleached Sheet resrulir tl XU
ice tea, all real bargains, only ular 1.25 and 1.50 values, only..?. sell this day only for. .!.?. ....... tJC
Colors assorted, red, brown, blue and
oak mixtures. Regular price, 25c,
HOWLS AND PITCHERS
STONE SLOP JARS
$1.00 value 70c
$1.25 value 08c
Good 25c table cloth now .13c yd
Good 35c table cloth now. . .10c yd
Good 50c table cloth now. . .38c yd
Good 75c table cloth now. . .59c yd
Good $1 table cloth now 70c yd
$1.35 size now $1.19
$1.75 size now $1.49
$2.00 size now $1.70
Also netting by the yard.
BEST GALVANIZED ICE CREAM
1 quart, regular $1.50, now... $1.29
2 quart, regular $2.00, now. .$1.G9
1 quart, regular $1.50, now $1.39
2 quart, regular $2.25, now. ..$1.75
3 quart, regular $3.00, now... $2.39
4 quart, regular $3.50, now... $2.89
4 quart, regular $4.75, now...$3.G9
Contains articles worth up to 25c,
Big Milk Buckets,
Big Dish Pans,
Gray Enameled Sauce Pans,
Big Sugar Cans,
Big Stave Pans,
Cups and Saucers,
Big and Small Platters,
Good Fruit Press,
Silverette Knives and Forks.
3 in 1 Oil,
Decorated Cups and Saucers,
Plates to match,
Glazed Stone Cooking Vessels,
White Lined Enamel Pie Plates,
Black Enamel Waiters.
Contains articles worth up to $1
Big Enamel Dish Pans, white lined,
Big Enameled Foot Tub,
Big Enamel Water Kettle,
Hotel Size Coffee Boiler,
Double Piece Boiler, white lined,
Big Vegetable Boiler, white lined,
Big Stew Kettle, white lined,
Blue Enamel White Lined Covered
Boiler, lid of same,
Hotel Size Boiler, lid of same,
Blue Enamel White Lined Water
Contains articles worth up to 75c:
Fine quality Coffee Pots,
Gray Enamel Slop Jars,
Family Size Blue Enamel Water
We have divided our whole stock
of enamel, tin and crockery ware into
seven different lots at as many differ different
ent different prices as indicated here. Great Greatest
est Greatest opportunity to fill your kitchen
with useful utensils and dairy and
Contains articles worth up to 15c
Enamel Dippers and Cups,
Salt and Pepper Shakers,
All now 5c
Good Toilet Soap, 2 cakes for 5c,
Whittemore's Shoe Polish, White,
Black and Tan,
Now. .49c, 59c, 69c and 79c
GLASS WASH JJOARDS
50c value now , .44c
WOODEN' WASH BOARDS
35c value now 23c
Contains articles worth up to 45c:
Gray Double Rice Boilers,
Wooden Mixing Bowls,
' Enamel Chambers,
Bakers or Vegetable Dishes.
White Enamel Decorated Pitchers,
Decorated Enamel Bowls,
Large White Lined Enamel Frying
Heavy Bfue Enamel Bucket with
Blue Enamel Rice Boiler,
Contains articles worth up to 50c
Galvanized Slop Jars,
Gray Enamel Milk Cans,
Set Knives and Forks,
Blue Enamel Fry Pan,
Blue snamel Water Kettle,
8 quart Vegetable Boilers,
White Lined Decorated Sauce pans,
Boilers find Stew Kettles,
Gray Enamel Foot Tubs,
Large Enamel Dish Pans,
Contains articles worth up to 30c:
BJuj Enamel Rice Boilers,
Knftmel Mjlk Pans,
Blue K8feJ Wkitp Lined Steri Sterilizer,
lizer, Sterilizer, Large Tin Milk Can,
Enamel Coffee Pots,
0e Gallon Oil Can,
Drip or ROjSLSjt Pan.
MASON'S FRUIT JARS
Pints, regular 65c, now 49c doz
Quarts, regular S5c, now. .G9c doz
Half-gallon, regular $1, now 79c doz
WIDE MOUTH JARS
Pints, regular 90c, now 79c doz
Quarts, regular $1, now 89c doz
This is the chance you have been waiting for to buy
DISHES and COOKING UTENSILS
M. FISHEL & SON - Ocala, Florida
10c yard Gloss toweling now .7c
10c yard Huck toweling now 8c
12ic yard Absorb toweling now. 10c
Ready made towels at great bargains.
GALVAMZED WATER DUCKETS
S quart, now J3c
10 quart, now 10c
J2 quart, now 23c
14 quart, now 39c
Regular S5c, now G9c
Regular $1.00, now 79c
METAL WASH HOARDS
40c value now v 33c
AVI NIK) W SCREENS
Self adjustable, two sizes, suitable for
any window 29c and 35c
GA LVANIZED SPRINKLERS
8 quart, regular 50c value 39c
13 quart, regular 6!c value 49p
Water Coolers at great reductions.
distance or a score of yards he for
the first time recognized March, torn,
disheveled and wild of face, who, for forgetful
getful forgetful of what he was doing, clutched
frantically at the machine as it
sailed close over his head. "Wildly he
sprang after it as it soared away,
shouting hoarsely as he ran, "North
North it is I March. In the name
of God, come down." Filled with
wonderment as to what all this could
mean, yet knowing well enough that
much lay behind that wild appeal, he
shut off his motor, raised his planes
obliquely and as his momentum died
settled almost as lightly as a feather
falls. Scarcely had the wheels of his
machine struck the rock than he had
leaped from his seat and was hurry
ing back to the one who was approach
ing him upon a stiff-legged run. Close
before him the aviator stopped and
"March in the name ot all things!
What has happened, man? Out with
it." Brokenly, almost incoherently,
the ragged one made known the most
important details of the twenty-four
hours last past, the bearing away of
Doris by the flying monster and her
being In his possession dead or alive
that very moment upon the distant
table top; of Tolliver gone insane and
now probably dead, the awful fall of
that squirming body through the
moonlight, his own all-night run, which
had brought him back to fall exhaust
ed upon the spot. And as he listened
North's face grew hard as flint until
at last he grasped the speaker vice
like by the arm.
"Got your nerve with you yet?" he
demanded grimly. March nodded,
knowing what was to come.
"Then come along. That Instinct
that told me that the Flying Man had
only gone to this other place and com committed
mitted committed that crime to lure us there
that he might double on his trail and
come back here was right after all.
It haunted me until I couldn't sleep.
And Imlay got the same hunch at the
same time, too, and set out along
with me. We had it neck and neck
for a hundred miles and then the
'Dragon left him in the lurch. But he
can't be far'behind. Ought to be along
most any time, but we won't wait.
Get on there, quick. If you don't
look down you will be all right. But
remember every minute that it is a
case of keeping your nerve or losing
your life. Now sit down and freeze
yourself to that seat" The starting
space was short, but before the pow powerful
erful powerful motor the car left the ground as
a grayhound clears a hedge. Straight
over the canyon as boldly as an eagle
leaves a cliff North shot, hundreds of
feet of emptiness lying beneath him.
Then turning towards the east he
headed for the mountain that stood
like a great, grim bastile at the end
of the weary miles that March had
stumbled over upon the day and night
Screen Youf Flome;
Dr. King's New Life Pills will relieve
constipation promptly nd get your
bowels In healthy condition again.
John Supsic, of Sanbury, Pa., says:
They are the best pills I ever used.
and I advise everyone to use them for
constipation indigestion and liver
complaint." W'll help you. Price
25c. Recommended by TydLngs &
Bathing suits: for men and boys. Why
Pay More? At B. Goldman's. 5-22-3tdlw
Every dwelling house in Ocala should be screened
from Flies and Mosquitoes.
This is very necessary to the health and comfort of
your family. Every store, hotel and restaurant and
office should be screened.
We manufacture, in our own plant, any style, size
or kind of screen, with hard or soft wood frames,
black, galvanized or copper wire, we finish them right,
fit them perfectly, and hang them on your house if
Our patent locking, easily removed screens, fitted
full length of your windows, are a boon to house housekeepers.
keepers. housekeepers. They lock inside, and they can be removed
for dusting or cleaning, in a moments notice:
Call us up, or send for a representative to measure
your house and make your estimates. The prices are
reasonable and ours is strictly a home institution.
Ocala Lumber and Supply Co.
Factory North Osceola Street. Phone 223.
IS THE CHEAPEST ARTICLE IN THE WORLD
Considering the value it returns for the money. So quit think- :
ing of ice as a "necessity," a "luxury'" or a "tax" imposed by
And do it justice think of it as the best friend that comes into
jour homes these hot days; the friend that keeps your food mi- t
tritous, that is always ready to help you reduce the cost of liv-
ing, and makes life easier for you in the most distressing :
physical condition. t
OCALA ICE & PACKING CO. X
Breakfast Bacon, Boiled Ham, Dried Beef,
Boneless Ham and Bologna Sausage.
Any of the above sliced thin to suit your taste on
modern slicing machine.
Finest Quality of Florida and Western Ileef, Pork Lamb and
Phone 108 W. H. MARSH, City Market
F I VTKHEST TO YOU
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Dr. D. IT. Brown or Ft. Augrustine,
Fla., has discovered a remedy that
promises to revolutionize the medical
world. Dr. Drown is a graduate ff
Meharry, and has been in the practice
about fourteen years.
of which Dr. Brown
is president, owns
remedy which i.
the present pure
food and drugs act.
The cut of trade-
mark appears here. here.-""
"" here.-"" with and attracts
'4 v' attention by its
new remedy is call-
'-jOjL ed "Dr Brown's
DR. D. II. BROWN' New Consumption
Remedy" and the company claims to
have many recent testimonials from
persona whom they have actually cur cured
ed cured of consumption.
Great indeed must be the demand
for this remedy wherever people are
suffering from this dreadful disease,
consumption. The Magnolia Remedy
Company are shipping this remedy into
nearly every state in the Union, now,
and it has only been on the market a
little over a year.
The company makes the open state statement
ment statement that "consumption can be cured"
by this remedy and that they stand
ready to demonstrate the proposition.
The remedy is sold in $1 and $2 bot bottles,
tles, bottles, which they ship by express ev everywhere.
erywhere. everywhere. This remedy is effective in the cure
of hoarseness, coughs, colds, lagrjppe,
pleurisy, pneumonia and all diseases of
the respiratory organs.
For sale at all leading drugstores or
write Magnolia Remedy Company, St.
Augustine, Fla., U. S. A., Box 754. Ad.
"DTTTiTTnlT Red, Buff, Gray and
Large Stock, Prompt Shipment
WE SAVE YOU MONEY
A. C CONYERS, ,S.gS
Chattanooga, Tenn., May 27, 2$ and 29, 1913
PREMIER CARRIER OF THE SOUTH
Official Route of Headquarters and Second Florida Division
U. C. V.
ROUND TRIP FARE FROM OCALA $12.00
PROPORTIONATELY LOW TRIP RATES FROM OTHER POINTS I.V
SCHEDULE OF "FLORIDA V. C. V. SPECIAL" IX ROTH DIRECTIONS WILL
BE AS FOLLOWS!
Leave Jacksonville, Southern Railway.Leave Chattanooga, Southern Railway,
8:03 p. m.. May 26. 6:15 p. m.. May 23.
Arrive Chattonodgro, Southern Rail-Vrrive Jacksonville, Southern Railway,
way, 10:15 a. m., May 27. 8:40 a. m.. May 30.
The special train will consist of modern vestibule coaches and Pullman
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Creditors, legatees, distributees and
all persons saving claims or demands
against the estate of William Ander Anderson,
son, Anderson, late oT Ocala, Florida, are called
upon to present them within two years
from this Aate to the -undersigned.
Ocala, Fla.. Dec. 31st, 1912.
Rebecca W. Anderson,
Executrix of the Will of William An Anderson
derson Anderson Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice i- hereby given to all cred
itors, legatees, distributees and all
other persons having claims and de demands
mands demands ag?jnst the estate of Selwyn E.
liowe, dee-msed, to present said claims
duly prov'.i to the undersigned within
two year from the date of the first
publication of this notice, to-wit: Sep September
tember September 30n, 1S12. Mary E. Bogie,
Administratrix of the Estate of Selwyn
E. Il'-rfre, Deceased.
HEADQUARTERS FOR WIRE FENCE.
We have just received a carload of the Famous SOUTHERN
Wire Fencing, staples and Hay wire and are in a position to
make some attractive prices on it. We are the only dealers
in this section of the country that handle this brand of fence and
have demonstrated in the past that it is absolutely the best,
strongest fence on the market, and running it as we have in
competition with the many inferior grades of wire fence. We
have had some phenomenal sales on it and made many friends
and customers. Give us your orders, if the goods don't make
good we will.
KNIGHT k LANG
Of FIri Settlement and DUi-harar
Noee is hereby given that on the
5th ".ay of July, A. D. 1913, the under under-s;.
s;. under-s;. i-u will present my accounts ap'.
v-jchers to the Judge of probate in
and for Marion county, Florida, at his
of.ice in Ocala. and will make my
rinal settlement and will apply for dis dis-charge.
charge. dis-charge. Th?s"srd day of January. A. D. 1913.
D. A. Smith.
As Administrator cf the Estate of A.
drawing room steeping cara, ana will oe personally accompanied by a repre representative
sentative representative of the Passenger Department of the Southern Hallway. Also, tha
undersigned Representatives of that line will be glad to furnish anv addi
tional particulars and make .Pullman reservations.
C. P. ROSTWICK, T. P. At G. R. PETTIT, D. P. A Jarknonvlllf, Fla.
F. II. PINSON, T. P. A Tampa, Fla.; J. L. 3IEEK, A. ii. P. A Atlanta, Ga.
CITY TICKET OFFICE CORNER HOG AN AND FORSYTH STREETS. TELE TELEPHONE
PHONE TELEPHONE NOS. 743 AND 4MI, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
R. W. PARTRIDGE, A. D. WILLIAMS,
Major General, Commandtne Fla. Dir. Hrlcadfer General, Commanding 2nd
U. C. V., Montlcello, Fla. Ilrlgade, Jackitonvlllr, Fla.
notice to cHEDrrons
j Notice is hereby given to all credit credit-,
, credit-, ors, legatees, distributees and all other
; r easons having claims and demands
against the estate of Albert L. Barber,
deceased, to present said claims duly
proven to the undersigned within one
year from the date of the Srst publica publication
tion publication of this notice, to-wit: January
30th, 1312. D. A. Smith,
j As Administrator Estate of Albert L
I Barber, Deceased.
' Ocala, Florida, Jan. 30, 1912.
Chattanooga and Return
U, C. V. Reunion
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
VIA TIFTON. G. S. a F.. MACON, C OF G.. ATLANTA,
Yit a A. R. R.
"Old Battlefield Route"
Has Keen Selected as tlie Official lloute of (lie Third Urlgado
Of Pullman Cars and Vestibuled Coaches Will be Operated to Chatta Chattanooga
nooga Chattanooga May 25th
Leave Chattanooga 8:23 p. m. Arrive Chattanooga 11:25 a. m.
Tickets sold May 24, 25, 26, 27 and 28. Limit by extension to June 23.
Low rates from all points. Stop overs allowed.
Low Side, Trip Fares
From Chattanooga to All Prominent Points
For rates, reservations and tickets, call on
M. U. WILLIAMS, J. G. KIItKLAXD
Ticket Agent, Ocalr.. D. P. A., Tampa.