OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, AUGUST 5, 1913
CAN'T PREVEHT KITTY ISURE HEVQULD BE SAVEOMUCH WE SERVICE
TBI TO IKE
BCDMIIDA AMDTUCD MAI TA Castin- a ISallot as Lou as Mis. Hawkins ot Georgia Consent
LliWIUUH HllU I nLlI lVIMLlMl She Can Work a Pencil to Her Husband's MimleV.
She Now is Sorry
FDR MUCH LESS MONEY
CANADA IS TOO FA It AWAY IX CASK OF
WAU TO DOMINATE
BRITISH KIT A NEARER BASE
For Their Ships if They Should
Have to liattle With
Washington, Aug. 3. Keen in interest
terest interest has been aroused in official
circles here by a report reaching the
state department that Great Britain
is contemplating a great naval base
in the Bermuda Islands. It is,Stated
authoriatively that the British gov government
ernment government has made inquiry concern concerning
ing concerning the plans of the United States
for protection of the Panama canal
routes and it has been suggested
that this indicates an intention to
.safeguard British shipping through
the isthmus as in the Mediterranean.
Officials realize the problem rais raised
ed raised is a tremendous one, involving as
it may the very life of the Monroe
doctrine and marking, perhaps, a
complete revolution in foreign naval
policy in the western hemisphere,
for it is expected that if Great Brit Britain
ain Britain changes her naval policy in Am American
erican American Atlantic waters, other Euro European
pean European nations probably will follow
suit. While these changes may be
expected in the Atlantic waters and
the West Indies, officials likewise)
realize that with the-opening of the j
canal the United States must con contend
tend contend with Japan for domination of
While Great Britain thus is assert asserting
ing asserting herself, officials here remember
how long Germany has looked with
wistful eyes at the Danish West In Indian
dian Indian island of St. Thomas, which oc occupies
cupies occupies a strong strategic position in
relation to the Panama canal. Am American
erican American naval strategists always have
favored the acquisition by the Unit United
ed United States of the Danish possessions
which Germany would have taken
over years ago but for American ob objection.
jection. objection. Then there is the Dutch is island
land island of Curacoa, where the Ger Germans
mans Germans made themselves very much at
home during the blockade of the
Venezuelan ports by Germany, Eng England
land England and Italy in 1903. Diplomats
at the state department, as well as
naval strategists, realize that the de determination
termination determination of future ownership of
these islands is one of the import important
ant important questions confronting the Unit United
ed United States.
With Her Foot
Chicago. August 5. Miss Kittie
Gainesville, Ga., August 5. "My
Smith, who is armless, marked her rt lc,,siuua iiV-
ballot with her foot when she voted 3 1B to die at any moment
ana so 1 consented
to his murder
S I F F 1 1 A ( I E TT E S E N L I V E X E 1
SOLEMN LONDON SUNDAY
Parodied the Litany and Raised a
It net ion at St. Paul's
London, Aug. 4. A party of forty
well-dressed suffragettes interrupted
the morning service at St. Paul's
Cathedral today by chanting a pray prayer
er prayer in behalf of Mrs. Emmeline Pank Pank-hurst.
hurst. Pank-hurst. Ushers ejected the women
from the edifice after a scuffle.
The disturbance took place dur during
ing during the singing of the Litany. The
women who had front seats in the
center aisle chanted loudly:
"Save Emmeline Pankhurst,
Spare her, spare her.
Give her light and set her free.
Save her, save her.
Hear us while we pray to Thee."
Evidently the chant had been
carefully rehearsed. It was in the
same tune which the choir had been
singing. When the women began
their chant ushers rushed toward
them from all parts of the cathedral,
while numerous members of the con congregation
gregation congregation remonstrated With the dis disturbers,
turbers, disturbers, urging them to remember
they were in church. The suffra suffragettes,
gettes, suffragettes, though, repeated their chant
three or four times, each time in a
louder key. A majority of them
finally were led out by the ushers,
but a half-dozen? or so clung -to their
chairs and fought against ejectment.
vpitprrtsv at the first
Mavwood, under the new woman ai i migni oe napp wim mv ,ue
founder of'Mrs- iyvla Hawkins torn snerin r..
A. Spier after her arrest on the
charge of being accessory before the
suffrage law. She is the
a home for crippled children.
PAKCEL POST, AFTER AUGUST 15, WILL CARRY LARGER PACK PACKAGES
AGES PACKAGES AT A SM ALLER PRICE
Cincinnati School Authorities Plan Planning
ning Planning to Save'the Children
Chicago, August j. Confronted
with an alarming total of fifteen
children killed at play in the streets out all night.
fact in the murder of her husband,
Arthur Hawkins by her lover, Jim
Cantrell, according to the testimony
given, by the sheriff in court when
the widow was placed on trial.
Hawkins was sentenced to life im imprisonment.
prisonment. imprisonment. The jury returned a
verdict of guilty after it had been
by automobiles last month, a plan
has been launched by the school au authorities
thorities authorities to teach children in the
schools how to avoid machines.
JOHN'S LITTLE JOKE
His Sister and Niece Cost Him
over to Jacksonville Saturday and I
returned Tuesday. j
Mr. John Spurlin of Lake Weir, j
was with us Monday. j
Mr. Willie Lee Godwin, of Fair-j
field, was seen on oar streets Mon Monday.
CARRIERS WILL BE CASHIERS
And Every Fanner Can Rank His
Coin at His Own Front
Eatonton, Ga., Aug. .". John Mc Mc-Gibboney,
Gibboney, Mc-Gibboney, living near Waycross, in
attempting to play a joke upon his
eister's family upon his arrival here
last night was fatally shot by his
thirteen-year-old niece, Lula Gard Gardner.
ner. Gardner. Leaving his mother at the depot
he went to the Gardner home, two
miles, for a conveyance for himself,
mother and baggage. Mrs. Gardner,
his sister, and her young daughter,
Lula, were badly frightened when
McGibboney came upon the porch,
knocked and kicked at the door and
refused to give his name.
The young girl, thoroughly alarm alarmed,
ed, alarmed, mounted a chair, seized her
father's gun from the rack over the
door and fired both loads through
the door, the whole load entering
McGibboney's- stomach. He dropped
I NTERIT WHENCE WI LL
NOT RE ALLOWED
OPEN DAY AND rflGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner.'- Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.
The Merchant's Cafe is a first class
place to take your meals. Open night
and day. J. R. Dewey, proprie proprietor.
tor. proprietor. 2-28-tf
In Spite of His Tottering Authority,
Huerta Talks Yery Large
Mexico City, Aug. .". Foreign in interference
terference interference in the conduct of task of
pacification will not be tolerated by
Provisional President Huerta. He
proposes to stay in the presidency
and will brook no interference on
the part of the nationals or foreigners.
Jim and Bartow Cantrell were
sentenced to hang Sept. 26.
Motions for new trials were made.
Hawkins was a prosperous planter
near Gainesville and Jim and Bar Bartow
tow Bartow Cantrell were nearby neighbors
and were close friends of the Haw Hawkins
kins Hawkins family. Gradually the friend friendship
ship friendship of Mrs. Hawkins and Jim Can Cantrell
trell Cantrell became of a more intimate na nature.
ture. nature. Soon their affairs were the
talk of the section and for their own
! --- f nt v cnni a not? nn Vsraroa i m noffi
tive. Jim persuaded his brother
Bartow to do the killing, and at a
trial held some time ago both
brothers were convicted.
Immediately after her arrest,
Sheriff Spier says, Mrs. Hawkins
talked to him freely of her love for
Cantrell and of their final decision
to kill Hawkins so that their future
happiness might be unobstructed.
l'At first I demurred," she declar declared,
ed, declared, "because my husband was a
good man, and I had no grievance
against him except that he was in
the way of my love for another man.
"Finally I saw that it was a ques question
tion question of my husband or Jim, and then
there was no choice. I consented
because love gave me no alternative.
Arthur had lived long enough and
could go into the next world with without
out without fear, so it was better that he go
then than later, when his chances
for salvation might not be so good."
! Washington. Aug. 4. Further to
Miss Maude Fant, of Morriston, is j popularize the parcel post system
visiting her sister, Miss Mamie Fant,with the pubHc Postmaster General
for a few days.
Burleson announces that after Aug.
Mrs. S. L. Hines and baby, have!
gone on a visit to Mrs. Hines' moth- j 15 the weight liniil on Packages
er, and left hubby to hustle for No. would be placed at twenty pounds
1 for a few days. ,3.nd that a sharp reduction In
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Thomas are! charges for the transportation of
visiting at Williston this week.
Dr. Dunn, the Ocala veterinarian,
was in our burg Tuesday to see a
very valuable horse, the property of
Mr. Joe McAllister, of Citra.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe McAllister and j savings s'stem-
packages would be made. The limit
on packages is now eleven pounds,
and he announces that on the same
date the "banking by mail" feature
would be introduced into the postal
Miss Thelma McAllister, t)f Citra,
are visiting Mrs. Hall McAllister,
who has been quite sick.
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Blitch are in
our burg again. "Ve are always glad
to ee them.
Mr. Charlie Beal and family are
moving on the D. H. Irvine place,
and wll raise a hay crop and get
ready for a spring vegetable crop.
Mrs. Carrie Pats, of Berlin, and
Miss Beatrice DeHorne of St. Peters-
The reduction in charge of parcel
post matter for local delivery is from
the present rate of five cents for the
first pound and one cent for each ad additional
ditional additional pound, to five cents for the
first pound and one cent for each ad additional
ditional additional two pounds or fraction
thereof. For delivery in the first
zone the rate will be reduced from
five cents for the first and three
cents for each additional pound, to
five cents and one cent; for the sec
ond zone the rate will be cut from
ourg, are spenamg some ume uu gix cemg and fQur centg tQ five centg
Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Davis. and Qne cent for each additional
finiAM c r o rnntn m nil porrior T T (
T . I The change in the postal savings
Irvine, Aug. 4. Things are quiej
here now. The crate mill has shut
down for re-pairs.
Mr. H. T. Jernegan of Zuber, was
in our burg Monday.
?lr. and Mrs. L. K. Edwards went
Mr. Joe McAllister lost a fine
horse, and Dr. Davis lost a fine mule
Mrs. J. A. Mclver.--.and Mrs. J. L.
Davis were Mcintosh' callers Friday.
Mr. D. H. Irvine, of Oak Grove, j
was in our burg Thursday. j
system will enable would-be depos depositors
itors depositors living in remote districts to
j avail themselves of the benefits of
the system. The reform has been
under consideration for some time.
Bouquet Jeanice, a new perfume.
Tulula Lodge-No. 22, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every
' rr- J : 4 O tn
just in, $1 an ounce. Gerig's drug) luefeuay eiuug at a u ciu 1U
stores 7-25-tf Yonge's Hall, Fort King avenue. Vis-
i itors m the city invited to De with us.-
G. L. Taylor, X. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary. Adv.
Just received some fine frying size
chickens. Carn-Thoinas Co. 7-31-tf
Fresh buttermilk every day at the
Use OUr Want Ads. for results Pcstoffice Drugstore. 6-24-tf
XHE NUT CLUB 0ur Members Are star Performers in the Garden of Love. BoPg?i3X3?eS'N
c Wv? isk l crxM mt oVte y
Y5 l AM MANAGER.
. .i-i-ii- vidian 5sNCr
'so BEAUTIFUL', what can
V- -Ni l" y
DO ri- s
r... xrrzicO" lot. i
wh, JusT tell 1
wed as monM Sh
ZZZL r1 I
xz. SiR. Thank YEjJr CAN p
ElecTgd, m anoS DowdJ
Why Pay More ?
Why Pay More?
We have 200 Pairs of High Grade Men's Shoes in Tan, Gun Metal and Patent Leather, Oxfords and High Tops.
Keith's Konqueror, Dorsch.and Bostonians
3.50 and $4 Values
3.50 ancJ $4 Values
U Have a Store Full of Bargains ami Promise to Give You More for Your Money, or Your Money liack.
' - ?
Council meets this evening.
Odd Fellows meet tonight.
-Masons meet Thursday evening.
Woodmen meet Friday evening.
Mr. R. A. Burford left yesterday
for a brief visit to Alabama.
Blank books and all kinds of office
supplies at The Murray Co. 8-2-3t
Justice J. C. Pillans represented
the Electra section in the city today.
Loose-leaf books of all kinds at
The Murray Company. 8-2-3t
Pathe Weekly, "Mutt and Jeff
"Temple Theater tonight. Adv.
Sheriff Carter of Citrus county,
was in town today on official busi business.
ness. business. China, crockery and bric-a-brac
still going at those low prices. The
Murray Company. 8-2-3t.
DR. W. K. LANE Specialist, Eye
Sar, Nose and Throat. Office Law
Library Building, Ocala. Adv.
Mr. J. B. Hudgens represented the
Fellowship community in Ocala to today.
day. today. Phone 244 for prompt and accur accurate
ate accurate night prescription service. Gerig's
. drug store. Adv. 8-4
Col. R. F. Rogers and Charles
llogers are among the Oklawaha val val-:
: val-: ley visitors in the city today.
How those brooms did move at
Goldman's yesterday. The proper
ase of printer's ink will tarn the
trick about ninety-nine times out of
:a hundred. Try it if you are a
Mr. P. T. Randall, owner of the
pretty orange grove on the Oklawa Oklawaha
ha Oklawaha river at Connor that has been
made famous a sa show place for the
past few years when winter tourists
take the river trip from Silver
Springs to Palatka, was a Tuesday
visitor in the city.
. r 1 I
The temperance people are sched scheduled
uled scheduled to presenl their petition for a
wet or dry ellction to the county
commissioners fat 3 o'clock this aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. Mr. X. Green represents
them, and Mr. William Hocker will
advise the commissioners.
The magnificent display of leather
andxfelt goods. at the Anderson Phar Pharmacy
macy Pharmacy hasattr acted much attention.
These, we understand, were a special
sample purchase, which explains the
very low prices at which they are
marked. With the line also is dis displayed
played displayed one of the finest assortments
of papeteries plain, initials, tints,
gilt and deckle-edge ever shown in
Ocala. A feature of the delivery
system at this popular pharmacy is
illustrated by their sending out doz dozens
ens dozens of assortments of these goods al almost
most almost daily for home selection. 7-28-tf
Mr. J. Gordon Sinclair returned
today from a business trip to Mul Mulberry.
berry. Mulberry. Mr. Sinclair is trustee for
the Lake Weir Sand Company, and
it was business for this concern that
made the trip to South Florida nec necessary.
essary. necessary. He has not yet decided
whether operations at Lake Weir
for the company will be resumer or
The new suits for the boy scouts
have been received by L. W. Harley
If you would Buy, Sell,
Lease or Exchange, see
me at the Courthouse or
write for my bulletin of
summer bargains in
Choice Properties : :
J. H. BRINSON
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, AUGUST 5, 1913
In every respect
Some worth up to
Look at the window
AT THE TEMPLE THIS EVENING
"A Trip Through the Xorth Isl Island
and Island of Xew Zealand."
Pathe Weekly. "Mutt and Jeff."
"Translation of a Savage." Edi Edison.
son. Edison. "The Alien." Kalem.
ALL BOY SCOUTS BE OX HAND
Attention: All Boy Scout3 be on
hand at the Board of Trade Rooms
this evening at seven-thiry o'clock,
August 5th. Matters of importance
to each boy to be discussed. Wantj
you on hand to take your part of the
work. You know you can be a great
factor in helping us win the election
for school bonds.
J. D. Rooney, Secretary.
Mr. C. R. Kreger again received
news today of the severe sickness of
his mother, and left for Jacksonville
to see her.
Messrs. A. J. McLaughlin, W. E.
Yongue and B. R. Chambers of Fair Fairfield,
field, Fairfield, were among the visitors in the
Pathe Weekly, "Mutt and Jeff,"
Temple Theater tonight. Adr.
Mr. B. E. Tomberlin of Dunnel Dunnel-lon,
lon, Dunnel-lon, who has been in the city for the
past two days, buying goods from
our local drummers, left today for
Miami, where he will enter the mer mercantile
cantile mercantile field. Mr. Tomberlin has
many friends in Marion county who
will wish him much success in his
Mr. Bernard Koonce left this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon for Asheville, X. C, for an
extended visit with friends. He will
return in time for the opening of
school in September.
Mr. S. S. Savage came up yester yesterday
day yesterday from Yalaha for a few days'
visit with Mr. S. S. Savage, Jr., and
to attend to business matters.
Mr. R. J. Buechler, manager of
the Anthony Farms, is in the city
today on business connected with
Mr. J. F. Parker, of the Leroy Leroy-Cotton
Cotton Leroy-Cotton Plant section, was transact transacting
ing transacting business, in the city today. He
reports a most successful revival
meeting in progress at Cotton Plant,
under the leadership of Rev. J. M.
Bridges, the Methodist minister.
TT?TTD A "RvTTT9
The Originator of Low
Prices in Ocala
FOR THE PRESENT
Until further notice my store will
not be open until twelve o'clock at
night, owing to the vacations of my
assistants. We will close the store
at 9 p. m.; however, a telephone mes message
sage message will secure prompt service at
any hour during the night.
,.- -J. J. Gerig,
8-A Proprietor Gerig's Drugstore.
At the meeting of the K. of P. last
night, Mr. H. A Waterman was in initiated
itiated initiated into the mysteries of the
Mr. A. R. Smith returned home
this morning from a visit to his
mother in Baltimore.
Pathe Weekly, "Mutt and Jeff,"
Temple Theater tonight. Adv.
Enjoy outdoor life without tan and
freckles. Rexall cold cream insures
your complexion. Get It at Gerig's
Rexall disappearing skin cream Is
a non-oily preparation for making
the skin soft and beautiful. Gerig's
drug stores. 7-25-tf
Pictures promptly and cheaply
framed by The Murray Co. S-2-3t
Xew 1913 World's Almanac, just
received; 35 cents at Ballard's News
One of the most common ailment3
that hard working people are afflict afflicted
ed afflicted with is lame back. Apply Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Liniment twice a day and
massage the parts thoroughly at each
application, and you will get quick
relief. For sale by all dealers. Adv.
Try BLOCK'S GRAHAM
20c per lb.
We carry very complete stock of
Frank E. Block's Crackers and Cakes
in Bulk and Packages. All 10c pack packages,
ages, packages, 3 for 25c; all 5c packages, 6
There is none Better than BLOCK'S.
Cam -Thomas Co.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
State of Florida vs. Hernando Coun County
ty County Petition to Confirm Bond
Notice is hereby given that on the
sixth day of August, 1913, at the of office
fice office of the judge of the circuit court
of the fifth judicial circuit of the
state of Florida, in the court house
at Ocala, Florida, the judge of the
aforesaid court will proceed to hear
the above styled cause.
(Court Seal) P. H. Xugent,
Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for
Marion County, Fla. aug 4&5
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge Xo. 19, F. &
A. M. meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
C. E. Simmons, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
CHAPTER NO. 13. It. A. 31.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter Xo. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday in every month at
1:30 p. m. C. E. Connor, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
CONCORDIA LODGE F. U. OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets in Yonge's Hall
on the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor, F.M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
The Ocala Lodge Xo. 699, Loyal
Order of Moose, meets each Thursday
evening at 8 o'clock in the Moose
building. Visiting brothers are in invited
vited invited to attend our meetings.
Geo. F. Mershon, Dictator.
E. L. Stapp, Secretary.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp Xo. 14 meets in
Yonge's Hall at 8 p. m. every second
Friday. Visiting sovereigns always
welcome. J. F. Thompson, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
Xext meeting, Friday night, Aug. S.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge, Xo. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elk3, meet3
the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome.
Chas. W. Hunter, E. R.
Joseph Bell, Secretary. Ad
R. D. FULLER
Over the Munroe & Chambliss Bank
J. E. CILICE
Rooms 9, 10, 11, Holder Block
L. F. BLALOCK
Office Over Commercial Bank
L C. IZLAR
Office Law Library Building
J. G. PURVIS
Office Over Nash Dry Goods Store
Attorney at Law
Office Second Floor Munroe and
Chambliss Bank Building
CARPENTER AND BUI1 DEB
Careful Estimates Made on All Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Give3 more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
TILE OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, AUGUST 3, 1913
Jear &ff lb have tt
jbusfiess of your own some--cfqy
jcnfcyoiir naney now.
Have a business of your own some day, so that
you may enjoy a comfortable old age; there is one
way to do it: Bank your money now. Let your ac account
count account grow; then some day, you will be prepared to
take A GOOD BUSINESS CHANCE or to invest
your money in a paying business. The man who
has a business of his own first banked his money and
then helped to make his bank account GROW.
DO YOUR BANKING WITH US
We Pay 4 per cent Interest on Savings Accounts
1 Florida Rye and
We have just bought 3,000 bushels of the 90-day
or Burt OATS, grown in Florida, and 600 bushels of
Florida RYE. We went through Madison county
and selected the nicest Oats and Rye grown in the
county. If you expect to plant either Oats or Rye,
you had better buy early, or arrange for them, as
they are very scarce and the price will be much
Ocala Seed Store.
F. E. McCLANE, IVS. D.
SPECIALIST IN CHRONIC DISEASES
THE Dr. MCLANE MEDICAL, SURGICAL
AND ELECTRICAL INSTITUTE
PHONES Office, No. 333. Dr. McClane's Residence. No. 407.
Office Suite 1 to 7, Holder Block. Southwest Corner Public Square.
Atlantic Coast Line
TUESDAY AUGUST 12, LIMIT AUGUST 15.
Tickets Good on All Regular Trains.
For information call on M. R. WILLIAMS,
J. G. KIRKLAND, Ticket Agent, Ocala, Fla.
Division Passenger Agent, Tampa, Fla.
Y. R. BEAZLEY, T. P. A.. Tampa.
Migl Grade IPFiotio
To a Person Who Prides
Himself on His Appearance
Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen
is a necessity. To supply that ne necessity
cessity necessity is Our Business.
Ocala Steam Laundry
402-404 S. Main St., Phone 101.
90 Day Seed Oats
the STAR JOB OFFICE
A telegram from Tallahassee to today
day today announces that Governor Trni Trni-rell
rell Trni-rell has appointed Mr. Geo. W. (3cho-
field state attorney for the fifth judi
While the Ss&ris sorry an Ocala
man couldn't hare the office, it is
convinced that-Ahe appointment is
a good one. and congratulates Mr.
Mr. George TitfssafTT, one of the
best known and most popular con conductors
ductors conductors on the A. C. L. Railway,
n-oll Vnnwn 'n Ofala nut nf wTiirh
place he has run oft and on for many I
... . f
years, aiel at tne noaie or ms
mother in Lakeland yesterday and!
11 1 1 1 . 1 O 1
win ue uurieu m mai cuy louay. r.v
ery railroad man and many others in
the state will be pained to learn of
the death of George Bussard. He
was a bachelor, devoted to his
mother and she to him and his whole
life since early manhood has been
devoted to making her happy.
AN INTERESTING LECTURE
A number nf the momhprs nf thp
Board of Trade, the city council and
members of the press of the city at attended
tended attended the lecture this afternoon by
Mr. Twombley, the engineer who
represents the Imhoff sewage tank j
evetom onH installing o i-rr ;
plant in Tampa. Mr. Twombley's
lecture was most interesting, thor-
oushly devoid of technique and was
so simplified by his drawings made 'same had to be called, but it cleared
on the spot with a blue pencil thatP in the afternoon and we expect a
any one could thoroughly under- !sod same for tomrrow.
stand it and appreciate its valuable 1 We are a11 oing fishing this eve eve-features.
features. eve-features. It would seem that a sys-;ninS and wi1 have a fine time,
tern of this kind can be installed in The bunch here now is J. ChazaL
an inland city like Ocala, where !C- Chaza1' x- Davis, J. Brown, S.
there is no stream to-take away theiJewett F' Harr G. Batts, R. Bul Bul-affluent.
affluent. Bul-affluent. The lecture had not been'lock- p- Anders9n, Mr. Smith, Mr.
completed when the Star went to'Hunter- wife and children' and my
MEETING OF THE VETERANS
Marion Camp, No. 56, U. C. V.,
met Aug. 5th, 1913. with W. E. Mc Mc-Gahagin
Gahagin Mc-Gahagin commanding. Prayer by
The following comrades answered for the local aggregation of ball toss toss-to
to toss-to roll call: M. AtkinsoniA ver, J. : ers, the score being 7 to 3 in our
L. Beck, M. P. W. Christian. I. favor. Inverness came down looking
Freyermuth, M. P. Frink. B. F. j pretty strong and played "some ball"
Freer, H. N. Knoblock, W. E. Mc-.but were just simply outclassed.
Gahagin, C. C. Priest, Joe Shuford, Brooksville Star.
H. R. Shaw, D. H. Irvine, C. C. j
Stephens, I. P. Stevens, A. M.
Browning, J. J. Mixson.
Minutes of last meeting read and
approved. It was unanimously re resolved
solved resolved that the sympathies of this
camp be extended to Comrades M. J.
Chitty and J. C. Mathews in their
severe illness and hone for their.
Resolved, That the committee on
Comrade Kelsey's memorial be con continued.
tinued. continued. Comrade Irvine made an interest interesting
ing interesting report of his visit to the Chatta Chattanooga
nooga Chattanooga reunion.
The adjutant was instructed to
take charge of the veteran record
book and keep it in his office.
The camp then adjourned.
Alfred Aver, Adjutant.
SHOT HIS FOOT
Ocala physicians dressed the
wound of Julius Lee. a 15-year-old
negro boy, yesterday at the hospital,
where he will be for some time while
they try to save his foot.
The boy lives near Belleview and
went out to shoot rabbits yesterday
morning. He stopped and rested the!store as had been anticipated
muzzle ot. the gun on his foot and
admits that he deliberately pulled
me mssei dua me euure ioaa went
through his foot, making a great
round hole, tearing flesh, bone and
The surgeons think
they can save the foot.
JAX MAN CAPTURED THE JOB
Advices were received in, Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville yesterday from Tallahassee that
E. Z. Jones of this city, a prominent
real estate dealer, has been appoint appointed
ed appointed state game commissioner by Gov Governor
ernor Governor Trammell. Times-Union.
SPEARS' ATTEMPT AT SUICIDE
Inverness, Aug. 5 A young white
man, giving his name as J. H.
Spears, attempted to commit suicide
at the log camp of the West Reaves
Lumber Company in this county yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon at about 3 o'clock.
Minister Praises This Laxative
Rev. H. Stubeenvol of Allison, la.,
in praising Dr. King's New Life Pills
for constipation, writes:" Dr. King's
New Life Pills are such perfect pills
no home should be without them."
No better regulator for the liver and
bowels. Every pill guaranteed. Price
25 cents at Tydings & Co. Adv
Cares Old Sores, Other Remefles Won't Cure.
The worst cases, no matter of how long standi tis
are cared by the wonderful, old reliable Dr
Porter s Antiseptic Healing Oil. It reliever
Fain artj Kea:s at the same tine. 25c, 5Cc, $1..
A HARD ROAD
Quite a delegation of citizens from
the Fairfield district were in the city
today and appeared before the board
ofcounty commissioners with a re-'
quest that a hard road be construct-;
ed forn the present Ocala-Mclntosh :
road f at the point where said road
crosjes the Atlantic Coast Line rail railroad
road railroad just north of Martin, to Fair Fairfield.
field. Fairfield. The road as now laid out runs
js nearly as practicable on a section
line and the petitioners claim that
it could be made into a good road
with the expenditure of a nominal
sum of money compared to that
which is necessary in most cases.
The citizens of the Fairfield section
who appeared today received every
encouragement trom the board that
j their case would be taken up at no
stant date. They are a determined
lot and have given notice that there
will be no peace in the camp of the
board until their wishes in this road
matter are gratified.
Treat Ocala Baseball Team With
Kindness and Courtesy
z'. 1 i. 4 TT" A .1
-ieai aier, Aug. ""',cu
at S:30 Sunday night. There was
'a lot of difference in the way we
Gainesville. An automobile came
out t0 meet us and took us to our
hotel, ana we nave Deen treated wen
since we arrived.
It rained all this morning and
made the diamond so bad that the
selt. L. E. B.
Inverness Wasn't In It
The game between Brooksville and
: Inverness yesterday was a walkover
Leesburi; Juniors Whitewashed Lady
The Leesburg junior baseball team
drove up to Lady Lake yesterday
and defeated that team to a tune of
9 to 0. Not a Lady Lake man reach-
ea tnira. ueesourg commercial
Eustis Beaten Aain
Our Eustis nine was defeated yes yesterday
terday yesterday by Winter Garden, t to 3, at
Orlando. Lake Region.
THE "FREE" SEWING MACHINE
John A. White, a colored man,
won the free "Free" sewing machine
at the drawing after the demonstra demonstration
tion demonstration of the machine at B. Goldman's
yesterday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.
For some time before the hour
set for the drawing the crowd began
to arrive at the store and when the
time for the drawing had arrived,
the crowd was so large that they
Lnniri nnt ail ?pt into thp stnrp nn
many had to stay on the outside. A
drizzling rain prevented the holding
of the demonstration outside of the
The "Free" is certainly a marvel
of a sewing machine, and has many
advantages -over any other than we
j know of.
Robert Lambright, also colored,
'would have won the machine had he
been present, for his number was
the first drawn from the bag of num numbered
bered numbered duplicates by the blindfolded
The drawing was absolutely fair
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. D. W. Tompkins, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. R. S. Ad.
OUTGOING MAILS CLOSE
A. C. L. NORTH 5:05 a. m.;
12:45 p. m. SOUTH 6:10 a. m.;
2:10 p. m.; 2:30 p. m.; 9 p. m.
S. A. L. NORTH 12:50 p. m.;
4:10 p. m.; D p. m.. SOUTH 12:50
p. m. ; 9 p. m.
. OCALA NORTHERN NORTH
7 a. m.; 12:55 p. m.
STAR ROUTES Blitchton and
Calvary 2 p. m.
Malaria or Giiiiis & Feve.
Prescription No. 666 is prepared especial'
for MALARIA or CHILLS t FEVER-'
Five or six doses wih break any C23e. enj
if taken thea as a tonic the Fever will nci
return. It "acts on the liver better thai
Calomel and does net gripe or sicken. 25
A bank account is a friend that you can turn to
with an assurance of assistance if out of employment,
in ill health or if for any other reason you should
want those things that money can secure.' There is
a splendid feeling of independence in it that makes
one feel the equal of any man.
the ogal a national BANK
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
Of Five Hundrgd 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. S-3-tf
New 1913 World's Almanac, just
received; 35 cents at Ballard's News
A CHARMING HOME
WILL RE TENANTED AGAIN
The Phares home at Yalaha has
crept from a jungle of attachments
by a public sale, which took place in
Tavares on the 7th inst. The home
charming in location was purchased
by Mr. Thomas Bussey, of Sycamore,
Ga., who with his wife will make
Yalaha his winter home. Leesburg
Mr. W. T. Mcllvain reached home
last night from a vacation trip of
some weeks at Wilmington and other
northern cities. Lakeland Telegram.
Lost, Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Needs
FOR RENT Three or four fur furnished
nished furnished rooms; light housekeeping.
Enquire Anderson Pharmacy. 7-16-tf
FOR RENT Half of a large
house, four rooms on first floor, on
south Fourth street, east; also the
Thomas cottage on corner of Orange
avenue and south Fourth street. Ap Apply
ply Apply at 310 S. Main street. A. M.
Bobbitt. 8-2-tf dly.
FOR SALE 1913 4hp. Indian
motorcycle. Cheap for cash. H. S.
TURTLES I want to get a few
dozen newly-hatched soft-shell tur turtles.
tles. turtles. I pay $2 per dozen for them.
H. W. Aitken, 2020 Arch street, Phil Philadelphia,
adelphia, Philadelphia, Pa. S-4-6t
FOR SALE 1013 motorcycles and
motor boats at bargain prices, all
makes, brand new machines, on easy
monthly payment plan. Get our
preposition before buying or you will
regret it, also bargains in used
motorcycles. "Write us today. En Enclose
close Enclose stamp for reply. Address, Lock
Box 11, Trenton, Mich. 7-lS-tf
FARM FOR SALE Splendid farm
of 40 acres near Ocala; new 2-story,
7-room house; servants house and
all necessary outbuildings; good wa water;
ter; water; land all cleared and under fence;
shade trees around house; a number
of bearing pear trees. Price 3000.
Terms on application to "Farmer,"
care Star. 7-29-3t
FOR SALE Suite of bedroom fur furniture,
niture, furniture, bureau, wash stand, bed, mat mattress
tress mattress and springs, art square, two
small rugs, toilet set, etc.; good as
new; will be sold cheap. Address,
"J. C." care Star. 7-29-6td
FOR SALE Good farm with im implements,
plements, implements, etc., complete, can be had
at reasonable price. Owner cannot
attend to same on account of other
interests. Address "H." in care of
Ocala Star. 7-29-2tw
FOR SALE 350 acres cutover
pine land with railroad siding, shan shanties
ties shanties and good well of water; good for
vegetables and vine growing; price
$10 per acre; three miles from Dun Dun-nellon.
nellon. Dun-nellon. For in:ornation write J. G.
Baskin, Dunnellon, Fla. 7-22-1 m
LOST A sold bar pin, heavily
engraved on each end with a square
of solid gold also engraved in center.
Finder will be suitably rewarded by
returning same to D. T. Jeffcoat or
to this office S-l-t
CITY OF OCALA
Mayor J. D. Robertson.
Recorder L. T. Izlar.
Assistant Recorder Joseph Bell.
Council B. A. Weathers, presi president;
dent; president; j. H. Taylor, president pro
tem; E. C. Bennett, Baxter Carn, J.
W. Hood, E. T. Helvenston, G. A.
Carmichael, F. G. B. Weihe, C. M.
City Attorney C. L. Sistrunk.
City Clerk H. C. Sistrunk.
Treasurer and Tax Collector W.
City Engineer J. R. Moorhead.
Superintendent Light Plant J. C.
Superintendent Water Works .1.
Marshal A. J. Brigance.
Fire Chief H. S. Chambers.
Sanitary Inspector G. W. Cleve Cleveland.
land. Cleveland. Street Commissioner R o b e r t
An elegant line of lawyers manj manj-script
script manj-script covers, in any color that could
be desired, just received at the Star
"I was cured of diarrhoea by one
dose of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy," writes M.
E. Gebhardt, Oriole, Pa. There Is
nothing better. For sale by all deal dealers.
ers. dealers. Adv.
Do You Wear
If you do they should always
be spotless and nicely pressed.
Pressing and cleaning is our
husiness. Call phone twenty twenty-one.
one. twenty-one. DODSON & RENTZ.
W. C. BLANCHARD
CONTRACTOR AHU BUILDER
P. O. BOX 40 OCALA, FLA.
Mountain aad Seashore
Atlantic Coast Line
ROUND TRIP RATES FROM OCALA
Washington, D. C $?0.SO
Richmond, Va 18.80
Norfolk, Va 18.80
RATES FROM JACKSONVILLE TO
Chattanooga, Tenn $13. SO
Mammoth Cave, Ky. 17.95
Wilmington, N. C 12.00
Monteagle, Tenn 15.05
AND MANY OTHER POINTS
Tickets Sold August 13th Only
For information and reservations
call on M. R. Williams, Ticket Agent,
J. G. KIRKLAND, D. pf A., Tampa.
A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A., Jacksonville.
"Queen ol Sea Routes"
MERCHANTS' A MIXERS, TOAXS. CO.
Savannah, Baltimore, Philadelphia,
Boston and Providence
Fine steamers; best service; low
fares; wireless telegraph. Through
tickets to and from principal points.
Send for booklet.
H. C. AVERY, Agent,
L. D. JONES. C. A.
Seminole Hotel. Jacksonville. Fla.
"Finest coastwise Trip in the World-
THE CICALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, AUGUST 3, 191J
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
IJITTIXGER AL CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
H. R. Carroll, General .Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. H. Renjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala. Fla., postoffice as second class matter.
One year, in advance $5.00
Six months, in advance 2.50
Three months, in advance.... 1.25
Onfe month, in advance 50
One year, in advance S.00
Six months, in advance 4.25
Three months, in advance.... 2.25
One month, in advance SO
MARION NEEDS THE MONEY
Dr. E. Van Hood, going to Dun Dun-nellon
nellon Dun-nellon on a professional call Mon Monday
day Monday afternoon, accompanied by Mrs.
Hood and Miss Emma Hale, took the
editor of the Star along, giving him
his first trip over the highway that
connects the capital of Marion with
the Phosphate City.
Considering the amount of time
any money that the county had to
spend on it, the road to Dunnellon
is a good one, and it is hard to
realize that such a small force work worked
ed worked on it for such" a comparatively
short time. Nevertheless, it can't be
called a good road. It is a better
road than a wheel-marked sandbed,
of course. An auto can travel it at
a fair rate of speed, and a wagon
can make better time with less strain
on the horse. But a car can't run at
a steady speed; it must constantly be
checking up for the bad places, and
what is of more importance, a far farmer's
mer's farmer's wagon can't carry as heavy a
load because the team needs at
least thirty per cent more strength
to pull in some places than it does
in others. This is what counts to the
farmers. A man leaving home with
a load of produce must count on
what he can go through with, and
not what his team can pull on the
best part of the road, even tho that
best part of it is 90 per cent.
The road is fairly good for thir thirteen
teen thirteen miles out of Ocala. A large
part 'of it was graded some years ago
by Mayor Robertson, partly to reach
..his own property on the Withlacoo Withlacoo-chee,
chee, Withlacoo-chee, and a good deal to help out the
national highway to Tampa. Later,
the county put Road Overseer Gor Gordon
don Gordon and his force on the road, and
they did good work on it, but the
truth is that it would take about half
a dozen men constantly at work on
it to keep it in repair. The wash washouts
outs washouts are constant, and can't be pre prevented,
vented, prevented, and often there is a tree
down. A big pine was laying across
the road a mile or two on the Dun Dunnellon
nellon Dunnellon side of Petteway's still, and
had been there at least four days,
causing autos to make a turn that
only a small car can accomplish
without stopping and backing.
It is likely that the same could be
said of every road in the county.
They are not good roads; they are
only better han they were twenty
years ago. They have been improv improved
ed improved a little at a time, and this piece piecemeal
meal piecemeal process has made them cost
much more in proportion; also ow owing
ing owing to their cheap construction the
cost of keeping them up is commenc commencing
ing commencing to be something immense, and
causes long stretches to be almost
useless for months at a time. A road
is much like a chain, which is only
as strong as its weakest link.
It is impossible for the commis commissioners
sioners commissioners with their resources to keep
the roads anywhere near the needed
standard of efficiency. Just now, the
road force is at work on the high highway
way highway to Leesburg, which has been a
crying need for years. The people
out Blitchton way are justly ag aggrieved
grieved aggrieved over the condition of their
road. There are bad places on the
great north road, and some of the
most traveled highways have never
had any work done on them. It
isn't the fault of the commissioners.
There are a dozen places, anyone of
which demand all the present re resources
sources resources of the county.
The proper thing for Marion coun county
ty county to do is to follow the example of
Hillsborough bond for such a sum
as the county is able to carry, and to
Imild a system of really good roads
that the people can use while they
are paying for them, and that will
not require such a disproportionately
large sum to keep in repair. Marion
county really needs good roads bet better
ter better than Hillsborough, for a much
larger proportion oS. the population
is farmers; and a good road is a
greater necessity to a farmer than to
It is time for the commissioners
and leading business men of Marion
county to take counsel together, to
sum up our resources and decide
what sum we can carry, and then
submit a bonding proposition to the
EDUCATION IN OCALA
Education in our city has a block
and chain on it in the form of an
inadequate school building. The
handicap keeps a strain on every
teacher, scholar and patron in the
On Friday, Aug. 19, an election
will be held to decide whether we
will have up-to-date buildings for
our children to be instructed in, or
whether we will continue to have
them taught in the antiquated fire
trap that was too small and incon inconvenient
venient inconvenient for them ten years ago.
There is not another town the size
of Ocala in the state that has such a
We need a big, up-to-date high
school building for all the town, and
a neat, compact primary school for
the north end of the city, which has
score of children too small for the
long walk up town. And every
school patron should remember that
his failure to vote will be half a
vote against the needed building.
ALONE IN HIS CLASS
jment at small wages, and who could
! hardly have obtained decent rooms
J and good food elsewhere. But the
(expense of the home was far greater
ithan its revenue, ani its founders
last week came to the end of their
resources. The home would have
had to Le shut up. and eight decent
girls virtually turned out in the
street. The Metropolis told the J
story of "the good work of the home
and of its pressing need, and before
the papers were dry offers of help
began to come in. Mayor Swearin Swearin-gen
gen Swearin-gen was among the first to help, and
scores followed his example. There
is no better work than helping the
working girls of a city to help them themselves,
selves, themselves, and Jacksonville will do itself
honor in keeping up the "Elizabeth
Edgar Hall Home," and enabling it
to broaden the scope of its usefulness.
E VERYRODY HAD A
WHAT IS CREDIT ?
Credit is the real function of banking. It is the backbone of every busines s
community and the prosperity we enjoy as a nation would be impossible without it
The individual's credit with his fellow business man must necessarily be
based, first, upou his visible worldly means: second, upon his business ability;
third, upon his personal honesty.
From this, you will readily realize the advantage of establishing firm busi business
ness business relations with this strong, sound institution. There are many ways thi
bank can serve you, other than safeguarding your money.
usiroe & CfiaiitMfss Bank
he will inspect the condition of the
GOOD TIME AT OXFORD newly launched People's State Bank
and take the .necessary steps toward
Oxford was in gala attire Saturday
in. honor of the annual barbecue and
picnic. It was said by some of the
oldest residents, that it was the
largest crowd that had ever been
present; those who are good at es estimating,
timating, estimating, said there were 2500 peo people
ple people present. People came from as
getting its business affairs under
way. Miami Herald.
CUT OUT THE COUPONS
Tax Collector Colbert has notified
all business firms of the new law
that will require them to pay a spe-
far north as Jacksonville, and from cial tax if they issue coupons with
all neighboring towns, some coming! goods sold. The coupon business has
in on the early morning trains, j been somewhat of a nuisance to the
others arriving from long distances business men, and they will proba proba-in
in proba-in the country by 6 o'clock. Bigjbly be glad for an excuse to get rid
trunks and boxes full of good things! of it.
to eat, besides an abundance ofj
eatables that were brought to the! The editor of the Ocala Star bids
picnic grounds just at dinner time ,J defiance to the prudes. He has hung
hot from the stove, by those who J a copy of "September Morn" over his
live in the town of Oxford, were j desk, where he can gaze upon it ad.
spread on the long tables under the: lib. Tampa Tribune.
big oaks and when there was no i
more room on the tables, it was J. C. Brown has returned from
spread picnic fashion on the ground. Washington, where he went to push
The dinner was free to everybody his claims as an aonlicant for the
and all visitors were well looked
United States marshalship. He comes
Griggs, Leon back wearing a satisfied expression
W. H. Smith, I that looks good to his friends.
after. Messrs. S. L.
Griggs, P. B. Perry,
John H. Perry and the ladies waited i Lakeland Telegram.
on all the Ocala people that were n
sight and all the Ocalaites had to
do was to eat, as' all the imaginable
Mr. and Mrs. Fink and son left for
Ocala Monday afternoon. Mr. Fink
good things to eat were handed to J was foreman of the carpentering work
them by the platefull. j0n the court house. The new court
The barbecued meat was without j house is now complete, with the ex ex-doubt
doubt ex-doubt the finest, flavored and the best jceution of a little painting, which will
be completed before the close of the
, 1 1 1 . 1 1 I
iuu&ku uiai nas .ei ueen our iuck to
week. Brooksville Argus.
RARGAIN IN RUILDING LOTS
eat. Mr. Jeff Nichols of Oxford pre prepared
pared prepared the meat, and he deserves a
special vote of thanks. Three beeves
and ten sheep were barbecued and
there was not a piece left. The com-j Two of the choicest corner lots in
mittee of arrangements were:! the Seymour residential addition,
Messrs. I. P. Rainey, T. J. Bailey and; across the street from Mr. McConn's
In the Banner this morning, May Mayor
or Mayor Robertson announced his veto of
the resolution passed by the council
June 3, 11)13, authorizing the issue
of bonds to purchase the water
works. The council does not meet
until this evening.
Of all the executive officers in the
United States, Mayor Robertson, so
far as the Star knows, is the only
one who publishes his vetoes and
other public documents before they
are given to the legislative body for
which they are intended. He is
alone in his class, and the eminence
is not enviable. It is a grave breach
of official courtesy, and in the case
of Ocala it is directed against a body
of men who are just as much deserv deserving
ing deserving of respect as any aggregation of
citizens, official or otherwise, in the
It is difficult to understand what
the mayor is driving at. The bonds
for the waterworks have been sign signed
ed signed and delivered. The resolution
that he vetoed has been replaced by
an ordinance passed later. Vetoing
a resolution is something unusual.
Nothing like it has happened in his history
tory history since the pope issued his famous
bull against the comet.
So far as the Star sees, the may mayor's
or's mayor's veto may cause the city some en en-tierely
tierely en-tierely unnecessary trouble and ex expense.
pense. expense. Otherwise, its effect may be
expressed by a cypher.
J. C. Lee.
Everything passed off without
hitch and all thoroughly enjoyed the
day and there was perfect order.
The proceeds from the cold drink
stands and ice cream went to the
fund for the upkeep of the cemetery.
The ice cream stand was in charge
of Mr. Will Jeffcoat of Oxford. In
the afternoon there was a ball game
between Oxford and a picked team
from Sparr, Anthony and Reddick.'i
which resulted in the score of 4 to
1 in favor of Sparr. After the ball
game the crowd began to disperse
j home; also a fine factory or ware ware-a'
a' ware-a' house site across the street, east,
from Teuton's store, North Magnolia
street, with A. C. L. railway on rear.
Will sell either or both at big bar bargain
gain bargain and easy payments. Apply at
Star office or to R. R. Carroll, tf
TO THE CITIZENS OF OCAXA
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
and the day ended, adding another city
success to the list of Oxford's pic-..,,,..
in attendance from Ocala
A story illustrating the good work
a newspaper can do comes from
Jacksonville. A number of the public-spirited
ladies of that city insti instituted
tuted instituted a home for working girls one
of the most needed institutions of
any town. The home sheltered a
number of decent, hardworking
girls, who could only obtain employ-
Mrs. Kichline and daughter, Miss
Annie Moorhead, Mr. and Mrs. D. E.
Mclver and Miss Bettie Mclver, Dr.
H. W. Counts, T. B. Odom, P. T.
Woodcock, E. L. Stapp, Miss Suber,
Mrs. H. S. Chambers, Mrs. Blocher,
Mr. E. E. Converse, Mrs. I. I.
Strong, Mrs. Mae Bingham, Miss
Ruth Boney, Mr. F. D. Vaughn, Mr.
Z. C. Chambliss, R. W. Flinn, Joe
Borden, Secretary Rooney, Dr. Wal Walter
ter Walter Hood and Mrs. Hood, Mr. John
Carney, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Borden,
Mrs. Burgess, Mr. and Mrs. J. G.
Spurlin, Miss Bessie Whetstone, W.
T. Hall, W. A. McDonald, John
Turner, C. W. Smith, L. A. Snow,
Lewis Laney, R.0. Connor, W. B.
Gallagher, W. A. Knight, Mayor
Robertson, J. E. Johnson, Mr. Frank
Harris, Fred Mecert, E. B. George of
Lowell and Mr. W. J. Frink of Le-von.
head of families are expected to co-
Mr. William Jeffcoat, Mr. and operate in this movement. A failure
E. P. Thagard of Tallahassee,
state bank examiner, arrived in Mi Miami
ami Miami Saturday on business connected
with his official duties. While here
to do this may result in the arrest
and fining of any or all persons in involved.
volved. involved. Signed:
7-8-lm Ocala Board of Health.
Rathe Weekly, "Mutt and Jeff,"
Temple Theater tonight. Adv.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Eastern Star Chapter 29, regular
meeting first Friday night each
month at Yonge's Hall. Visitors wel welcome.
come. welcome. Florrie Condon, Sec'y.
Mrs. A. E. Burnett,
DR. W. K. LANE Specialist, Eye
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office Law
Library Building, Ocala. Adv.
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
W e have a 56 page Cook Book for you, for the
asking. The Book contains Excellent Recipes 'or
Baking with Fleischmann's Yeast. White
Bread (quick method), White Bread (sponge meth-.
od), White Bread (for use over night), Milk Bread,
Whole Wheat Bread, Graham Bread, Rye Bread, Oat Oatmeal
meal Oatmeal Bread, Gluten Bread, Nut Bread, Cocoa Bread,
Parker Hciuse Rolls, Tea Rolls, Dinner Rolls, Lunch
Rolls, English Muffins, Cornmeal Muffins, Oatmeal
Muffins, Graham Muffins, Sally Lunn Waffles, Wheat
Griddle Cakes, Cornmeal Griddle Cakes, Buckwheat
Cakes, Currant Tea Rings, Children's Rusk, Sweet
French Buns, Buns, Cinnamon Rolls, Plain Frosting,
Hot Cross Buns, Oven Scones, Zwieback, Cinnamon
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CHAPTER I Congressman Standish
and the Woman, believing themselves in
love, spend a trial week as man and wife
in a hotel in northern New York under
assumed names. The Woman awakens to
the fact that she does not love Standish
and calls their engagement off. Standish
protests undying devotion.
CHAPTER II Wanda Kelly, telephone
girl at the Hotel Keswick, Washington, is
loved by Tom Blake, son of tae political
boss of the house. He proposes marriage
and is refused.
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"I'm sorry," she said. "I didn't
know it meant so much to you."
"Do you suppose I enjoy perching
up on this rail like a google-eyed Poll Poll-parrot
parrot Poll-parrot and squeaking 'Wanda, will
you marry me? and getting a lemon
each time instead of a cracker?"
To turn the talk away from its old
trend, she broke in, almost at random:
"You don't realize the power of a
phone girl's job. No outsider doe3.
People from a thousand difaerent
points call up people at a thousand
other points. Every pair of people
thinks they are talking unheard by the
world at large and that just they two
can hear each other. Each of those
thousands thinks that. But the tele telephone
phone telephone girl hears thera all. I read in
an old book once about a demon
named Asmcdeus who used to flit
about by night and lift the roofs off of
houses to see what people were doing.
If he were living row he could save a
lot of time and work and bother by
getting a job at central. We
"H'lo!" droned Wanda. "No. Mr.
Blake hasn't come in yet. Any mes message?
sage? message? A'ri'."
"Yes," she went on in her own
voice; "what the telephone girl doesn't
hear isn't worth the hearing."
"The whole world under your two
little, little hands!" he said softly,
reaching for one of them as he spoke.
But the buzzer rushed to the rescue
of its high priestess with a sudden
"Mrs. Robertson?" droned Wanda
to the transmitter. "No'm. Mrs. Rob
ertson is not at the Keswick. Did you
wish to be connected with Governor
Robertson's suite? No'm. I don't know
whether she's expected in Washington
soon or not. A'ri."
"Friend of jour sister's," she ex explained,
plained, explained, turning from the transmitter.
"She said Mrs. Robertson wrote her
she was coming down from New York
some day this week."
"Grace spends more time on the
trains during the session than she
does at home." laughed the youth.
"She wanted to close the New York
house and come down here to stay all
winter. But Mark won't let her. But,
Wanda, you've simply got to listen to
me," he went on with a return of his
boyish impulsiveness. "I love you.
"Mr. Blake!" she protested, half
laughing, half distressed, I
"Mr. Blake!" he echoed ruefully.
"How long since I've been Mr. Blake,
to you? Haven't I begged you to call
me 'Torn?' I alw.ays call you 'Wanda.'
Why can't you call me ?
"I am a telephone operator," she
said with mischievous demureness,
"and you are Mr. Thomas Blake, promi prominent
nent prominent on the district attorney's staff,
only son of the great Jim Blake, and
brother1 to a woman the Sunday papers
"Lord!" he growled, "are you trying
to ring social standing In on me at
this stage of the game?"
"If you care to put it that way," she
answered more seriously, "I certainly
"Yes? Yet I notice you didn't come
across to speak to me until Governor
Robertson had gone away. And you
never have thought to introduce him
to me when you and he have passed
here together. He has been governor
of New York. He may some day be
president. Would it make any sort of
bit with him to have his brother-in-law
marry a telephone girl that half his
political friends have always been try trying
ing trying to jolly? Would he care to say to
Mr. Neligan, for instance: 'Remember
that little hello girl you wanted to
kiss and who slapped your face for it?
Well, she's my wife's sister-in-law.'
"Don't!" exclaimed Tom Blake. "It
Isn't true. And"
"And" pursued Wanda, "would your
sister call on me at my boarding
house? Would she ask me to come
and see her?"
"Would she?" cried Tom, blustering
to drown a twinge of treasonable
doubt. "You bet she would! You don't
know Grace. She's all right. As white
as they make them. If she knew I
loved any girl at all no matter who
she'd be the very first to put her arms
around her and and
"Then," said Wanda gently, "don't
tell her; and keep your Ideal."
"Oh!" he scoffed, nettled, "you
"I think." she finished, "we belong
in the twentieth century and not in a
Laura Jean Libbey novel I like you.
You're all right except what hap happened
pened happened to you. But I'm not in your
cLaja. I had an education. A real
ene. A pretty good school and an that
before father died. But it's hard
cash that scores every time over edu education.
cation. education. All education can do for a girl
today is to make her sick to get out
of the class her bank account puts her
in. That's why I'm here and why I've
got to talk and act like this. It makes
it easier. It's a sort of armor. Things
don't hurt so much."
"Don't say such thing3. They hurt.
Isn't there any more congenial work
that you could take up? With your
education, you cculd
"I could starve in a dozen daintily
genteel ways. I started my profession professional
al professional life as a stenographer. But I soon
found it was pleasanter to work for a
corporation. You see, a corporation
doesn't try to kiss you or want to take
you out to lunch. Bon't look disgusted
please. I'm right in not marrying
you. I've get as much pride in my
own way, I guess, as you have. Maybe
"Pride doesn't come on in this scene
at all!" he protested. "Look here,
Wanda, I hate to repeat myself so
often and to make a specialist of my myself
self myself on a Bingle subject But you've
got to marry me. I love you. Just
say yes and save us both a whole lot
of trouble. Please!"
She shook her head until the metal
band that held the receiver to her ear
threw off a dozen silvery reflections
from the dusk of her hair.
"Then," he demanded, "give me one
good sane reason for saying 'no.'
"Oh, haven't I given you enough rea reasons?"
sons?" reasons?" "Punk reasons, every one of 'em. A
good reason, I said."
"There is one great reason," she
said slowly. "One that I haven't told
"You mean you don't care for me?"
"I didn't say so. We needn't go Into
that. But I"
With a little sigh she turned to the
"Yes," she droned. "Yes. Mr. Stand Standish
ish Standish is stopping here. No. I don't think
he's come back from the capitol yet.
No. I'm sure he hasn't. Shall I tell
him to call you up when he comes in?
"The reason!" insisted Tom, "you
haven't told me yet."
"The reason," she answered quietly,
"is that you are Jim Blake's eon."
"What's that got to do with it?" he
"Everything. When I met you I
didn't know he was your father. If I
"But what difference does it make?
He's one of the biggest men in Wash Washington
ington Washington just now, of course. Perhaps
the biggest. But if you're going to
rake up that silly subject of social
"Then why does the fact that I'm his
"Did you ever hear your father
speak of Frank E. Kelly?" she asked;
and the slangy light manner had falleD
away from her.
"Frank E. Kelly?" repeated Tom.
"No. Not that I remember. He's a
novelty to me. Who was he? A 'white
hope,' or ?"
"He was my father."
"Oh, I didn't mean to So dad
knew your father, did he?"
"Yes. My father was a congress congressman.
man. congressman. From New York. Just about
the time when Mr. Blake's organiza organization
tion organization was first getting its teeth into the
country's throat. Unluckily for my fa father,
ther, father, he was honest. Of course Mr.
Blake and the rest didn't know that
when they put him in office, or they
"Oh, come now! That's rather
"When one of their crooked bills
came up a bill as crooked as this
Mullins bill that every one is so ex excited
cited excited over, this session when such a
bill came up, father refused to vote for
it. It was a close fight, and father's
vote, with a few more that he influ influenced,
enced, influenced, beat the bill. So Blake and the
others made an example of him 'for
the good of the party,' as they ex expressed
pressed expressed It"
She ceased speaking. And a little
silence rested between them. Then
Tom said in a voice none too steady:
"I wish I could tell you I know
you're mistaken. But I'mafraid you're
not. I know they do those things as
you said 'for the good of the party!"
Oh," he broke out fiercely, "It's that
sort of game I can't understand. I can
never understand. I know them all.
And personally they're white men, tender-hearted,
clean, honorable. But pro professionally
fessionally professionally Why, for instance,
there's my brother-in-law, Mark Rob Robertson.
ertson. Robertson. He and Grace have been mar married
ried married over three years now, and his
love for her is still a sort of adoration.
He's the perfect lover-husband. Eut
as a lawyer he won the name of being
a bloodhound. And, as a politician
well, he's like the rest. They'll all re resort
sort resort to the dirtiest trickery, the rot rot-tenest
tenest rot-tenest sort of corruption. I can't make
It out But why should dad's political
deal affect you and me? Fm not to
"And I'm not blaming you. But Fve
been brought up to hate Jim Blake and
his crowd and to pray for a chance- to
get back at them. I know that Isn't
a meek and womanly way to talk. But
it's the way I feel. I I loved my fa father
ther father so! My square, honest, white fa father.
ther. father. And they killed him. Ah, there's
something coming to that crowd! To
Blake and all of them! And It's com coming
ing coming from me. Some day I may be able
to deliver the goods! I I oughn't to
talk so to you," she caught herself up.
half apologetically. "I'm afraid I hurt
you. Perhaps you didn't fully know
"Why in blazes did It have to be
your father, of all men, that they
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1 OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
(If you have any items for this department call phone 108)
to be at home again.
The Health Committee of the Wo Woman's
man's Woman's Club will meet tomorrow af- j
ternoon with its chairman, Mrs. j
Walter Hood, at her residence on Ft.
King avenue. The especial purpose
of this meeting is to discuss the
"Better Baby Contest" that the
mothers of the city are so deeply in in-te&sted
te&sted in-te&sted in, and which will be one of
the most interesting contests at the
Clarion County Fair next November.
A special effort is being made by the
Health Committee of the Woman's
Club to instill into the minds of all
mothers the importance of knowing
and seeing to it that the little ones
are intelligently cared for and
brought up to the standard of ideal
a nd perfect babyhood, and placing
them as the years go by into paths
that will lead to noble citizenship.
At the proposed "contest" next No November
vember November each little one brought be before
fore before the committee will be pat thru
a test and measured up in the most
approved and scientific manner and
judged according to his physical
points for perfection. Its to be a
Tvonderful baby show and-is calculat calculated
ed calculated to be of great benefit to the
mothers throughout dear old Marion,
-which holds within her borders the
sweetest and most precious lot of
little ones to be found anywhere in
the wide, wide world.
Mrs. Harold Arnold, of Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, who is so pleasantly remember remembered
ed remembered in this city as Miss Annie Van
derventer,,-accompanied by her little
granddaughter, Janie Graham, and
several friends, motored through
Ocala Monday, enroute to Daytona
Beach, where they expect to spend
the remainder of the month enjoy
ing the pleasures of that delightful
Miss Annie Laurie Perry went to
Lake Weir this afternoon to be the
guest for several days of Miss Mary
Mr. I. V. Stevens returned to
Lakeland last night. Mrs. Stevens
and little daughter will remain for
some time longer guests of their
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. B. A
Miss Alice Martin of Jacksonville,
who ha3 been so seriously ill with a
severe attack of appendicitis, is
elowly recovering. Miss Martin has
many friends in this city who will be
pleased to learn of her improvement
and wish for her a speedy recovery.
Miss Shirley Green and Miss Mag
gie Eubanks of Atlanta, after a visit
of ten days in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. S. R. Pyles and family, have
gone for an extended visit through
the southern portion of the state,
making Palm Beach their first des
tination. The young ladies were de
lighted with Ocala and the surround
ing country and charmed with Silver
Springs. They made many friends
during their short visit and it is sin
cerely hoped that they will come
Miss Elizabeth Nelson is again
the guest of Mrs. J. A. McClymonds
at her home on Lime street, having
come up from Tampa Monday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Dr. L. F. Blalock and son, Fred,
of Ocala, were among those who ar arrived
rived arrived in St. Petersburg last night to
visit friends and relatives for a few
days. They will be the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. Larsen while in the
city. Mrs. Blalock arrived in the
city early this week and has been
visiting Mrs. Larsen. They are prom prominent
inent prominent people of Ocala and have a
number of friends in St. Petersburg
Mrs. Mary Eagleton is expected
home this afternoon from a delight delightful
ful delightful outing with her daughter, little
Miss Margaret, who is attending
school in Philadelphia. They have
visited many of the eastern resorts
during the past few months, and
their friends have greatly enjoyed
learning of their good times.
The many friends of Mrs. Henry
W. Long of Martel will be pleased to
learn that she is recovering from her
recent severe illness.
The regular monthly meeting of
the Daughters of the Confderacy
will be held next Friday afternoon
at 4:30 with Mrs. Raymond Bullock,
and all members that possibly can
are urged to be present.
Mrs. M. A. Bostick Is at home
again after a few weeks rest at the
home of her mother in Dunnellon.
She expects to leave in a few days
for the north to purchase a line of
millinery goods for her popular es establishment
tablishment establishment in this city.
After a week end in the city Mr.
and Mrs. J. Cartsens returned to
North" Lake Weir yesterday, where
they are spending the summer with
Mrs. Carstens' sister, Miss Sara Ag-
Mrs. J. G. 5purlin was a Monday
guest in the city from Lake Weir,
where she is now a permanent resi-!
dent, having a lovely little home on
Mr. W. W. Clyatt left yesterday
afternoon for a much needed rest at
Franklin, N. C, where he willjoin
his wife, who is keeping house in
that city with the Misses Willis of
Mrs. John Taylor has as her gueslf
for two weeks Miss Elizabeth Lei-
better of Atlanta.
Mrs. Wm. Dehon arrived in the
city from St. Petersburg this after afternoon
noon afternoon for a visit at the old home
place near Fellowship.
Mrs. Charles Goddara win leave.
this afternoori for Tampa to be in at-1
tendance upiiTTTTe' marriage of her
brother, MrrT) D. Sumner to Miss
Alice Louise jGTreath, which interest
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Miss Emma Nelson of Tampa is
the guest of Mrs. Will Link at her
summer home at Pass-a-Grille, for
several weeks. Miss Nelson is a for
mer Ocala girl and a most popular
Mrs. W. M. McDowell and dauj
ters, Misses Aina
Dowell, left tfcda
Corth Carolina, ing first to Waj
Mrs. Lula Holder, of the firm of
Rheinauer & Co., will leave in a few
days for a visit of several weeks in
the mountains of North Carolina, re
turning to her post of duty about
he first of October.
Mr. Geo. H. Ford returned to
Jacksonville yesterday afternoon
after a week end in this city visit visiting
ing visiting friends and relatives.
and Mary Mc-
for a several
the mountains of
Mrs. H. M. Hampton was the
hostess of the Methodist sewing cir
cle yesterday afternoon at her home
on Oklawaha avenue. At the con conclusion
clusion conclusion of the busy hour, Mrs.
Hampton served her guests to re
freshing iced tea, chicken and pi
mento sandwiches. The afternoon
was a most enjoyable and profitable
Mrs. P. T. Randall and little
daughter of Connor left yesterday
for an indefinite visit with Mrs.
Randall's sister at Palmetto. The
little girl who has been so ill with
infantile paralysis at Dr. McClane's
institute is almost entirely well.
Mrs. W. D. Youmans of Waycross,
Ga., is a guest of the Davis House on
Oklawaha avenue. She has not been
at all well and came to Ocala for the
benefit of the splendid medical ad advantages
vantages advantages to be had.
The Ocala friends of Rev. and
Mrs. G. H. Harrison, formerly of this
city, but now making their home in
Jacksonville, will be interested to
learn of the arrival of a handsome
little son, born to them at St. Mary's
rectory Monday morning. This is
their second son and the hundreds of
friends all over the country of this
popular couple are extending their
best wishes for the little gentleman's
future and prosperity.
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Mrs. J. M. Thompson after a most
severe illness of a few days, is great greatly
ly greatly improved today, much to the de
light of her many friends.
Mrs. E. Van Hood will be the
hostess of the W. C. T. U. this after afternoon
noon afternoon at her residence on Fort King
avenue at 4 o'clock.
Mr. Alex Inglis of Rockwell has
been the guest of his sister, Mrs.
Meade Love at her home in Quincy.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Muncaster and
children will leave this afternoon for
Jacksonville to visit with Mrs. Mun-
caster's parents, Col. and Mrs. Kay,
a few days before going on to
Charleston, where they expect to
meet relatives and go to the moun mountains
tains mountains of North Carolina for the sum summer.
mer. summer. Mr. Muncaster will return to
Ocala after seeing his family well on
Rev. McNamara, and old time citi citizen
zen citizen from across the Oklawaha river,
but now of West Virginia, was in
the city yesterday, trying to find his
Miss Cora C. Griffin, principal of
the primary department of the Lake
land high school, has been selected
to take charge of the primary de
partment during the present normal
Miss Griffin has a reputation as be
ing one of the most proficient teach
ers in primary grades, in the state
She has had experience and combin combined
ed combined with her ability the success of the
nrimarv deDartment of the normal
ool is assured. Pensacola Jour
Mrs. H. C. Stevens, who has been
visiting at Melbourne for some time,
has returned home. Before going to
Melbourne she spent some weeks at
Daytona Beach. Lakeland Tele
It is of pleasant interest to the
patrons of the Ocala High School to
learn that Prof. J. H. Workman, who
for so many years has served as
principal of that splendid institution,
will fill his usual place for the 1913 1913-1914
1914 1913-1914 season, with a splendid corps of
assistants, and will open for the fall
and winter term on September 29.
Miss Tommy Abernathy, of Pulaski,
Tenn., will teach Latin and French.
She is an A. B. graduate from the
Peabody College and an M. A. from
Columbia College in New York. She
has also traveled abroad extensively
and has taught four years in Dallas,
Texas. Miss Carrie Dean of Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, will teach science and mathe mathematics.
matics. mathematics. She is a graduate of the
East Florida Seminary, an A. B. from
the Woman's College at Tallahassee,
and has had five years experience in
teaching. She comes directly from
Ft. Myers to Ocala. Miss Catherine
Scott will teach English and history.
She comes from Columbia, Tenn.,
and is a graduate of the Peabody
College, and is how at Columbia Col College,
lege, College, in New York, where she will
finish before coming" to this city.
The teacher for the Eighth grade is
to be supplied. Miss Elizabeth Park
hill Mays will teach the Seventh
grade. Miss Mayes is the daughter of
former Congressman Mayes, and will
come directly from her home at
Monticello. At present Miss Mayes
is in attendance at school at Colum
bia College, New York. She has sev several
eral several years of school service to her
credit, having taught in Jefferson
county. Miss Elizabeth Mizelle will
have charge of the Sixth grade and
Mrs. Roxie Todd of this city will
have charge of the Fifth grade,
while the Fourth grade will be
taught by Miss Eugenia Fuller al
of this city, and most excellent
teachers. Miss Nellie Stevens will,
as usual, be principal of the primary
school and will have for her assist
ants Miss Mary Alice Bell and Miss
Fanny Clark, with two more to be
selected. The faculty in every way,
is the very best and Mr. Workman
is pleased with the splendid pros
pects for a very busy and a most
profitable school year. And the
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1913-14 is sure to be a banner sea
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county most especially for the
Ocala High School.
Mrs. Ed Hannewacker, of Mulber
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Ocala Heights for the past two
weeks, returned home toiay.
Mrs. L. F. Mayo, of Ocala, was
here this week visiting with her
sons' families, Nathan and Demp-
sey B. Mayo. Summerfield Chronicle.
Miss Bell Chitty, one of Mican-
opy's charming young ladies, spent
yesterday in Gainesville with rela
tives. Accompanying Miss Chitty
were Miss Loretta Rawls of Mont-
Brook and Miss Rosalie Smith of
Wacahoota, who 'have been her
guests. Gainesville Sun.
After a visit to friends here, Miss
Mae Grantham returned to her home
at Sparr Tuesday. Leesburg Com
Mrs. Blanche Hanna, the popular
clerk in the Norwood store, has re returned
turned returned to her position after a thre
weeks' vacation. 3t. Petersburg
Miss Dorothy Lancaster, of Ocala,
is visiting Miss Mamie Pedrick.
Miss Lancaster returned home to today.
day. today. Mrs. James Taylor has returned to
her home in Ocala after a visit here
with her father, L. T. Allen. Miami
Miss Tucker who has been visiting
Mrs. Harry Peters, has returned to
her home in Ocala. Dunnellon Ad
1 TO THE LADIES.
I have just received a shipment of Mid-Summer fi
! Millinery, and you will find the styles all the latest ;x
"Xk cnic, spic ana span.
!j White Felts Built Especially forg
II Seashore and Mountain
Also a complete line of Ready-to-Wear Shapes,
which will be sold at lowest prices. Ribbons and
Trimmings of every description.
Dr. Baskin and family, will join
the Dunnellon summer colony at
Hendersonville, X. C, to spend their
vacation,. Dunnellon Advocate.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Blalock, of
Ocala, are visiting their daughter,
Mrs. T. J. Nixon, and are being
most cordially received by our peo
ple. Tallahassee True Democrat.
Pat he Weekly. "Mutt and Jeff
Temple Theater toniaht. Adv.
i Tt IT A fffTTI
Commercial Bank Building.
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ICE IS YOUR HEALTH GUARDIAN. YOUR BEST
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OUR ICE IS CHEAP ENOUGH FOR EVERYBODY
TO HAVE PLENTY OF IT.
ocala ice & Backing co.
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THE OCA LA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, AUGUST 3, 1913
(Btt(BIP ,JjSP...SI..M .Il(B,.....o
J. F. JENKINS & CO.
Ocala, Fla., July 30, 1913.
M. Flshel & Son,
It was our intention to begin work on the
interior of your store, Monday next, but on
account of buildings we now have under construc construction,
tion, construction, we will be unable to begin work on yours
within Two Weeks from date.
Trusting this will meet with your approval,
We beg to remain,
J. F. JENKINS & CO.
Heeee The MeoelkOnifl Sale
is Stffll o
EXPRESS COMPANIES UNABLE
North; Magnolia St. Ocala Fla.
ave You Examined Them?
Have you purchased your share ? If not, do not
hesitate, for we are offering some very rare bargains
in the lines that we will close out. New and season seasonable
able seasonable summer goods for men, women and children
must close them out to make room for the new goods
that are commencing to arrive. Our buyer, Frank
Gadson, has been in the New York market for the past
few weeks, selecting the best and largest line of Fall
and Winter Goods that we have ever carried, and to
care for the new goods we simply have to get rid of
the summer goods now on hand.
UNHEARD-OF BARGAINS IN
Ladies' Dress Goods,
Collars, Shirts and Ties for Men,
Ladies' fine Shoes, mostly in the smaller
Men's Straw Hats.
THEY MUST GO. COME AND LOOK THEM OVER.
F. P. GADSON, Proprietor
To Comply With Orders of Interstate
Commerce Commission by
New York, Aug. 4. That the ex express
press express company would be unable to
comply with the order of the Inter Interstate
state Interstate Commerce Commission for a
general reduction in rates by Octo October
ber October 15, was the opinion expressed
last night by Duncan L. Roberts,
president of the United States Ex Express
press Express Company.
"We have not, and I don't believe
any other express company has suffi sufficient
cient sufficient clerical help to make all these
changes in rates by October 15," Mr.
Roberts said. "While, of course, we
will make an earnest effort to com comply
ply comply with the order, the task seems
impossible. It is likely that we will
have to ask for an extension of time.
Officials of other express companies
coincide with Mr. Roberts views.
The reductions in express rates
will cost the companies fully $26, $26,-000,000
000,000 $26,-000,000 a year approximately 16
per cent of their gross revenue. They
were ordered by the Interstate Com Commerce
merce Commerce Commission to become effect effective
ive effective on or before October 15, 1913.
Notable reforms in
FORMEK GOVERNOR LIND
REPLACES HENRY L. WILSON"
American Representative at the
Washington. Aug. 5. President
Wilson has taken the first steps in
the policy through which he propos proposes
es proposes to deal with the Mexican situa situation.
tion. situation. He has formally accepted the
resignation of Ambassador Henry
Lane Wilson, to take effect October
14, and sent to Mexico City as his
personal representative but not ac accredited
credited accredited to the Huerta government
former Governor John Lind,
of Minnesota, a life-long friend
of Secretary Bryan. The understand understanding
ing understanding is that when a stable government
is established in Mexico Mr. Lind
will be formally named ambassador.
To Her Daughter
A Real Lire Doll to Fondle Woxui'
DRIVEN TO DESPERATION
Man at Waycross Killed His Sister-in-Law
Waycross, Ga., Aug. 5. From
wounds inflicted shortly before mid midnight
night midnight last night by her brother-in-law,
R. F. Smythe, Mrs. Lucy Moore
died at an early hour today without
practices also regaining consciousness. Smythe
killed himself after he had fatally
wounded Mrs. Moore and saw that
escape from a mob of enraged citi citizens
zens citizens and Dolice was imoossible.
Atlanta, Ga., Aug. 5. On the' Smythe had fallen in love with his
stand yesterday, in the trial of Leo"! sister-in-law and had gotten so
Frank for the murder of MaryjWrousat up over her refusal to have
Phagan, James Conley, the negro j anything to'do with him that he con con-janitor
janitor con-janitor of the factory in which theistantl-v threatened her life. The
girl worked, directly testified thatwoman kiI1ed was attractive, 19
Frank attempted to assault and kill-,years old- Smythe was 4 5. His
ed the girl. Cross-examination so,nome was originally in Ohio.
confused the witness that
TANGLED THE TESTIMONY
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hence Mother's Friend is really one f the
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This splendid and certain remedy can be
tad of any druggist at $1.00 a bottle, and
is sure to prove of Inestimable value, not
only upon the mother, but upon the health
and future of the child. Write to BradfleU
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Ga., for their book to expectant mothers.
opinion of lawyers his testimony is
of little value.
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backs, rheumatism, and all irregular irregularities
ities irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in
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bottle is two months' treatment, and Belleview's gentlemen
Saranac Lake, X. Y., July 30.
Mrs. Washburn and I left Ocala
July 21, at 7 p. m., and at 2 p. m.
the same day sailed from Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville on the steamer Arapahoe.
The trip was an ideal one. The
captain said never had a better or
pleasanter one. Neither of us miss
We met on board one of
and had a
seldom rails to perfect a cure, bend, very pleasant chat with him. We re re-f.?5J?Stlnl5.ls,So2
f.?5J?Stlnl5.ls,So2 re-f.?5J?Stlnl5.ls,So2 ?fI:fer to Mr. Merrill, and were glad to
ctai.es. ui. x-. nail, ,7 u vno
street. St. Louis. Mo. Sold hv drue-!e him starting for the north land,
gists. Ad. where we are sure he will build up
i physically. We arrived in New York
Many a man who talks only when city at n a m Thursday. Mrs
he has something to say is regarded Clara Barton Mrs. Washburn's sis.
u gu"ltr jter, gave us a first-class time, she
i knowing just where to go first, and
Mr. W. S. Gunsalus, a farmer liv-.iOSe no time. She first took us to
ing near Fleming, Pa., says he has, the Grand Central Depot, the like of
ious as Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera,
and Diarrhoea Remedy in his family
for fourteen years, and that he has
found it to be an excellent remedy,
and takes pleasure in recommending
it. For sale by all dealers. Adv.
Mr. O. M. Eaton returned last
night from Jacksonville, where he
attended a meeting of the O. R. C,
for the purpose of perfecting a state
which in completeness and equip equipment
ment equipment we do not believe equaled in
There we had our hand baggag
checked and took the electric for
Wannamaker's, where we lunched in
the "London Lounge," after which
we visited the different departments
of that wonderful store, first stop
ping in the Art Gallery. From there
to the "Palatial Home" fitted out
with antiques from the Old World
ed in health and flesh breathing this
life-giving mountain air, and hope
to return to Florida invigorated in
both mind and body in the fall, as
we expect to take In the orld a
W. C. T. U. convention in Brooklyn
on our return trip, which will be
held 23 to 28 of October, inclusive.
Mrs. McSelland is an ideal hostess.
You feel at home as soon as you
cross her threshold. She and her
husband settled here in 1832, bring bringing
ing bringing two children with them, the rest
being born here. They paid $375 for
a hundred acre farm, and that farm
now is In the heart of the city, and
is cut up into city lots, many hand handsome
some handsome houses standing on some of
them, and many more on sale. She
occupies the beautiful home built
many years ago, situated on the
city's principal thoroughfare. Mrs.
Washburn and myself arose at 5 a.
m. this morning (July 30) and took
a long walk of three miles and the
scenery is simply grand, and the
beautiful homes and sanitariums
amid the balsams, pines and cedars.
interspersed with boulders of vari various
ous various sizes standing amid the moun mountain
tain mountain peaks and beautiful lakes,
which mirrors this 'picturesque
scenery, we pause and exclaim:
"What hath God wrought for man's
comfort and pleasure!"
Mrs. J. C. Sullivan.
organization. Mr. Eaton was hon
ored by election to the o;ce of state in our travels in this store we were
chairman, as told in another column, attracted to iust one niece of furni
A vast amount of ill health is due
to impaired digestion. When the
stomach fails to perform its func- again took an electric for the Ameri
ture a beautiful hand-carved table
price only $10,000. We passed on
without a regret that we could not
purchase. From this building we
tions properly the whole system be becomes
comes becomes deranged. A few doses of
Chamberlain's Tablets Is all you need.
They will strengthen your digestion,
invigorate your liver, and regulate
your bowels, entirely doing away
with that miserable feeling due to
faulty digestion. Try it. Many
others have been permanently cured
-why not you. For sale by all deal dealers.
ers. dealers. Adv.
MARIOX 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, Span.
Board Public Instruction J. H.
Brinson, Superintendent. Ocala; B.
R. Blitch. Blitchton; J. S. Grantham,
Fort McCoy; W. D. Cam, Ocala.
Suffered Eczema 30 YearsNow Well
Seems a long time to endure the
can Museum of Natural History
Here we could and would liked to
have spent many days. We coulc
only stay just long enough to be fill
ed with enthusiasm ana awe over
the wonderful creations of God's
Next we passed the monument re recently
cently recently erected in memory of the
"Maine," standing at entrance to
Central Park. We spent a short
time in the library which cost many
millions of dollars to construct and
which contains the combined world's
renown libraries of John Jacob As
tor, John Lenox and one other whose
name I do not recall. Beautifu
building, perfect system, etc., mak
ing the true American proud of his
birth in this land of progress.. Our
next move was to the Grand Centra
again, where our trunks were check
ed, hand baggage secured, and we
wended our way to the N. Y. Centra
train. We arrived at Pupper Lake
Adirondaks, the next morning, stop stopping
ping stopping at another sisters of Mrs.
Washburn's, Mrs. Selfridge. That
lady had just landed two beautiful
trout that morning, one 34 inches
long and the other 32. That after afternoon
noon afternoon Mr. Selfridge came here to Sar Saranac
anac Saranac Lake with us, bringing the
trout with him which was to our
entire satisfaction, and Mrs. Wash Washburn's
burn's Washburn's mother sure did know how
to cook it, and we knew how to eat
UNFAIR TO THE DRUGGIST
The Old Joke About "omethlnir Just
a Good, Doein't Apply to
This Drue Store
You have probably heard dozens of
times the old story that a drug' store
was a place to "get something Just as
good." There is at least one druggist
in the world that you can't say this
It is certain that an inferior article
will never be substituted for a guar guaranteed
anteed guaranteed one by the Court Pharmacy.
Take for instance a safe, reliable rem remedy
edy remedy like Dodson's Liver Tone. This
harmless vegetable liquid has proved
so satisfactory a liver stimulant and
reliever of biliousness, and to entirely
take the place of calomel without any
danger or restriction of habits or diet,
that there are dozens of preparations
springing up with Imitations of its
But Dodson's Liver Tone is guar guaranteed
anteed guaranteed to do all that Is cla'med for It.
and if you are not satisfied with it, the
Court Pharmacy will hand your money
back- with a smile. Any person going
to this store for a bottle of Dodson's
Liver Tone will be sure of getting a
large bottle of this genuine remedy in
exchange for his half dollar. Ad. 13
Just received some fine frying size
chickens. Carn-Thomas Co. 7-31-tf
"Were all medicines a3 meritor meritor-iousas
iousas meritor-iousas Chamberlain'3 Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy the world
would be much better off and the
percentage of suffering greatly de decreased,"
creased," decreased," writes Lindsay Scott, of
Temple, Ind. For sale by all deal dealers.
ers. dealers. Adv.
A RECORD TRIP IN AN AUTO
awful burning, itching, smarting, j it. Florida fish have to take a back
skin disease known as "tetter" an-iseat to fish caught in these beauti beauti-other
other beauti-other name for eczema. Seems good ful lakes in the mountains. At the
tn rpalire also that Dr. Hobson's Ec-. depot we met two sisters or Mrs
zema Ointment has proven a perfect
cure. Mrs. D. L. Kenny writes: "I can
not sufficiently express my thanks for;
your Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment.
It has cured my tetter, which has
troubled me for over fifty years."
Washburn, Mrs. Geo. Walton, of
Kingston, N. Y., and Miss Lena Mc
Selland, who lives with her widowed
mother, ou1- hostess. In a few days
we all go into camp on Noble Island
in Lower Saranac Lake. We are
One of the be3t trips by auto re reported
ported reported lately was that by Messrs.
Carr and Neely who drove from Eus Eus-tis
tis Eus-tis to Melbourne, 142 miles, between
4:16 Friday morning and 5 that aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, with two and one-half hour
stops en route, at DeLand, Daytona,
New Smyrna, Titusville, Cocoa Rock Rock-ledge
ledge Rock-ledge and Eau Gallie. Of the entire
142 miles they found only three
miles of sand requiring chain3 on
the wheels. There were only ten
miles of sand, below Titusville.
Eusti3 Lake Region.
Sold by Tydings & Co., Pfeifer i looking forward to this treat with a
'Chemical Co., St. Louis, Mo., Phila-j great deal of pleasure and expecta expecta-jdelphia.
jdelphia. expecta-jdelphia. Pa. Adv tiontion of b?ing wonderfully restor-
The odor of stale perspiration
about the body can be gotten rid of
y using a little of Darby's Phophy Phophy-'.actic
'.actic Phophy-'.actic Fluid in the bath tub. It pur purifies
ifies purifies the skin thoroughly and lend3 a
refreshing influence to the bath.
Price, large bottle, 50 cent3. Soli
y all druggists. Adv.
1HE OCA LA EVENING STAR. TUESDAY, AUGUST 3, 1913
:: THE MUM ::
(Continued from Page Five)
"It dfdn't He was just one of hun hundreds
dreds hundreds that the party machine smashed.
He used to say the machine was like
the Juggernaut car, crushing every everything
thing everything that dared stand in it3 path. Jim
Blake guides that car. And he guides
It over the bodies of better men. He
and his crowd prosper. But some something's
thing's something's coming to them, just the
"The machine has tried to run over
the wrong man at last. And Its joint3
and wheels are rattling with fear.
Standlsh became an Insurgent. But he
had the cleverness and the strength
not to be crushed. And he has rallied
weaker stupider insurgents around
him, till he has formed an obstacle the
machine can't override. He's done
more. He's roused the whole people.
And the people are watching their rep representatives
resentatives representatives so closely, at last, that a
lot of crooks have to play fair or lose
their Job3. Oh, I'm following Standish's
work! When he clashed horns with
Jim Blake over this Mullins railroad
bill it did me good all over. For when
Standish defeats the Mullins bill he'll
break the backbone of Jim Blake's po political
litical political power. Yes, and hell smash
Jim Blake's plan to put Governor Rob Robertson
ertson Robertson in the speaker's chair. He'll
keep Robertson out. And he'll sit
there himself. And when he does
his gavel blows will beat the Jugger Juggernaut
naut Juggernaut car Into scrap-iron."
"Wanda!" protested Tom, amazed at
her tirade. "Haven't we better things
to talk than politics? Ill tell dad
about your father and see If he
"No! You mustn't. You must prom promise
ise promise not to tell him who I am. Promise!"
"Oh, I promise, if you like. But I
can't bear to have you go on hating
dad. He's the kindest, dearest old
chap alive. Maybe he didn't know
"Does the organization do anything
Jim Blake doesn't know and dictate?"
"Mister Thomas Blake!" paged a
liveried boy, at the far end of the cor corridor.
ridor. corridor. "Mister Thomas Blake!"
Tom caught sight of a telegram on
the tray the lad carried. But before
he could signal the boy himself, the
latter had gone out of sight.
"He's carried it to the bar with all
the unerring Instinct of a homing
h f ; H
Tiff :i KmMrnZ2
"I'm Sorry," Sh Said. "I Didn't Know
It Meant So Much to You."
dove!" grumbled Tom. "And he'll
bawl 'Mister Thomas Blake!' In that
disreputable place for a solid hour If
I don't go and choke him off!"
Wanda watched her suitor hurry
away in search of his quarry, and her
dark eyes took on a tenderer light
than ever he had seen in them. Then,
at sound of a chance word behind her,
she became all at once her alert busi businesslike
nesslike businesslike self again. She glanced into
a little mirror that swung obliquely
from the top of the switchboard. In
this bit of glass, without turning, she
could command a full view of the
amen corner a few feet to the rear of
the switchboard rail.
Three men had seated themselves
there. One she recognized as the Hon.
Tim Neligan; and a second as the
Hon. Sila3 Gregg, -a. leggy and tow tow-headed
headed tow-headed representative from Kansas.
The third of the trio was an iron-gray
man of clean-cut face and scrupulously
well groomed aspect.
WTanda knew him well, by sight. For
whenever political crises swept Wash
Ington he was as certain to appear as
are vultures to congregate for the
least. He was Ralph Van Dyke, a
.Jfew Yorker, and counsel for a great
Tailroad. His was one of the shrewd
est legal minds in America. And he
had so carefully trained that mind to
the million dark Intricacies of corpora
tion law as to be doubly worth the an
nual fortune he reaped from the "Inter
ests What Jim Blake was in politics,
Ralph Van Dyke was In corporation
law. The chance word Wanda had
just overheard had been spoken, by
"Are things still going as badly with
the Mullins bill as when you wired me
today?" he had asked Neligan.
"Oh," returned Neligan, "we had the
house cinched when it was reported
We'd have passed it, hands down, if
we could have Jammed it through then
But now we may as well stand up to
facts we're as good as licked."
"But, gentlemen, urged Van Dyke
Impatiently, "this bill has to pass."
"Sure it has," gloomily assented
Neligan. "Only it can't. Unless some
rthine explodes Standish before It
comes to a vote. Oh. it's the ceople!
They're reform-crazy. They don't Know
what they want, and nine years out of
ten they don't want anything except to
stay asleep and let the right crowd
handle the country. But when a man
like Standish gets them to listen to
him, they all wake up and yell for re reform
form reform and purity in politics as hard as
a waking baby squalls for its bottle.
They've made him a popular idol."
"The people!" scoffed Van Dyke.
'They make an Idol one minute and
overturn it the next."
"That's right," agreed Gregg, "but
the Mullins bill will be defeated before
they get time to overturn Standish.
The people are awake. They really
seem to have an idea we ought to keep
some of our promises. And, say! After
all, we did promise them a lot of
"Did we?" echoed Neligan. "We
made our platform look like a cross cross-section
section cross-section of the Ten Commandments,
fringed with pages of Pilgrim's Prog Progress.
ress. Progress. Yah! That's the trouble. We're
"If we could loosen Standish's pull
with the parsons," said Neligan, "we'd
have him against the ropes in one
"Now you are talking sanity," ap approved
proved approved the lawyer. "That was just
what I was waiting to suggest."
"Well, we didn't wait for you to sug suggest
gest suggest it," retorted Neligan. "We aren't
corporation law-contortionists, per perhaps,
haps, perhaps, but we've got a few grains of
gray matter left. That's the first stunt
we tried. We put good men on the
case to look up Standish's record to
find one break that we could hang a
"Well, from their reports, Standish
seems to have led a life that would
make Saint Anthony and Sir Galahad
and the Pilgrim fathers look like a
bunch of soused Tenderloin rounders."
You're sure your men left nothing
Do you think we'd overlook any
thing when the whole game hangs on
That's right. Van Dyke," supple
mented Gregg. "We've been over
Standish's record with a microscope.
He's cost us enough to make the
search mighty careful. Even if you
don't give us credit for sense enough
to probe the business, you'll have to
allow that Mark Robertson's no fool.
And Robertson's moved heaven and
hell to get something on Standish. But
he can't. Robertson's got more at
stake than any of us. Jf Standish licks
him in this fight and gets the speaker
ship it'll cost Mark Robertson more
than most people could understand.
Self-respect and ambition and future
It sure will," agreed Neligan. "Let's
see it must be close on five years,
now, mat Standish and Robertson
have been at each other's throats. Five
years no, six. Ever since Robertson
ran for governor and Standish dug up
that smelly franchise deal against
him. Robertson's had It in for hiralbeen able to care in a11 its stages'
ever since." land that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh
Just when I'm all loaded up to the!
guards with perfectly good stock that
will go to pieces like a card house
when the bill fails!" wailed Gregg.
"Cut out the whine!" ordered Neli
gan. You aren t the only man who s
bought stock that Standish will turn
into waste paper. Oh, that man Stand Standish!
ish! Standish! He's got the country running
after him like a flock of hens after the
farmer at feeding-time. They think
his private life's got Saint Peter and
Anthony Comstock lashed to the mast
and that his politics are so pure they'd
make Abraham Lincoln feel like a
ward heeler. He's no man. He's a
bloodless saint. I don't believe he
ever so much as squeezed a woman'3
hand in his life or swigged anything
stronger than sarsaparilla. How are
we going to get the hooks into a fel fellow
low fellow like that?"
"I don't know how!" flared Van ; Value cf Association.
Dyke. "But it's Jim Blake's business j Nobody ever did people any good by
to know. He was supposed to be nra- ) standing aloof. If the pencils of an
nlng the house and holding our men I electric lamp are to shine they must
together. What's Jim been doing to first touch and then keep close to to-let
let to-let things get away from him likelgetber.
"Ah, can it!" snarled Neligan, at
once up in arms in defense of his
adored leader. "Throw the blame all
over the shop if you've got to. Rub it :
into our hair. But don't spill any of it i
on jim rj;aiie. it;ii me mis, oerpre i
you hand out any more kindly criti- j
cisms: Did Jim ever lose a trick that I
any mortal man could have taken?
Did he? Isn't he the best house lead
er the organization ever had? Hasn't
he put you people Into the way of
"Cool off, Neligan, laughed Van
Dyke. "Why, good lord. Tim, I think
as much of Jim Blake as you do. He's
a splendid upright man and
"He is not!" fiercely contradicted
Neligan. "He's a grafter. And every-
Dody knows It. But, by the powers,
hes the very best grafter in the busi-
ness. And, whats more, he's mv
"And the best way to show we agree J
on at least one thing," said Van Dyke.
rising and laying a hand on each of I
his companions' shoulder, "is to ad
journ to the bar and see what effect
three or four cocktails will have on the
department of the interior. Come
alonjr. We can leave word to hp sent
for when Jim comes in."
Having thus calmed the storm in
the one possible fashion, be led the
way toward the bar, the two others
following amicably enough. As they
passed the switchboard Wanda Kelly's
voice waa droning:
"HTo. No. Mr. Standish isn't in
yet. Yes. A'ri'."
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KEEP YOUR SECRETS
PERSONS WHO CONFIDE IN
"FRIENDS" MAKE MISTAKE.
Learn to Keep Own Counsel Affairs
Safe Only When Known by One of
Three Persons, Two of Whom
There is a fixed belief in the minds
of most women and men that no mat matter
ter matter how often they may be called
upon to listen to the telling of other
people'3 secrets, they are far too
wise to make the mistake of telling
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also quite tke hardest thing after the
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tion precaution in locking your own private af affairs.
fairs. affairs. The door through which most of
your secrets are likely to escape, un unless
less unless you are as wise as a serpent, is
that of sympathy, with a big "S."
You would not be human if you did
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ways always find plenty of people ready to
hand out to you what looks like the
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ed assumed for the purpose of leading you to
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You may seek to justify this be betrayal
trayal betrayal of yourself in your own eyes
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Jane, is "as deep as a well" and "as
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either through thoughtlessness or
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tions revelations of your soul are whispered
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If you have learned to keep your
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tilizing tan-tilizing temptations to tell your best
friend your right name; if when labor laboring
ing laboring under the stress of some great
emotion you can keep absolutely mum
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but yourself, then you may be safely
entrusted with your own secrets.
Always remember that "a secret is
a secret when known to one of three
persons, two of whom are dead."
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SF. ABOARD AIR LINE
Southbound Arrive Leave
Xo. 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.
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No. 4 12:50 p.m. 1:05 p.m.
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The limited leaves Jacksonville at
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No. 3J 2:40 p.m. 2:42 p.m.
Southbound -Ocala and Lakeland
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Northbound Jai. and St. Petersburg
No. 10 5:19 a.rn 5:20 a.m.
No. 40 12:54 p.m. 1:14 p.m.
Northbound Lakeland and Ocala
No. 32 (Sunnyjim) Arrive 9:50 p.m.
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Sunday trams .... 8:00 am. 1:25 p.m
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