The Ocala evening star


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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Physical Description:
v. : ; 61 cm.
Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )


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

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VOL. 21).
NO 60
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Trying to Form Agreement to Fur Fur-tail
tail Fur-tail .'induction Would Make Them
Liable to Indictment as a Trust
Jacksonville, Aug. 9. "Breakers j
ahead" was the danger signal held J
up to the naval stores operators who
met here yesterday to discyss the
naval stores market and the methods j
whereby better prices could be ob-j
tained. The question of prices was I
discussed by many of the leading fac-'
tors of Florida and Georgia and all j
agreed that the business was in ai
bad condition and would probably
remain so for a year or more.
Afrer the present conditions had
been explained three propositions
were mentioned as possible remedies
for the trouble:
First, that the operators ask their
factors to refuse to loan any more
money for supplies and expenses
thereby forcing all to cease opera opera-tions
tions opera-tions for a period of sixty days or
more. This was not thought to be a
good plan because it was not thought
fair to try to force the operators to
take a stand upon the question thru
such drastic action.
Second, suspend operations volun voluntarily
tarily voluntarily for sixty days or more. The ob objections
jections objections raised to this move was that
the big operators in the west who
were now making money would not
stop, but would continue to operate
and make more money. These men
do not deal through factors and have
been able to sell upon Savannah
prices in various sections of the
Third, throw all of the present
over-production on the market. This
plan would reduce the false market
now existing to such a point that the
independent producers who act as
factors for themselves would fail to
make money and be forced to stop
The final conclusion reached was
that production would have to be
curtailed because there is now an



'Copyright, 1913, Joseph B. Bowles) j

over-production of about ToU.'m.hi
barrels, with no relief in sight.
Each producer will act independ independently.
ently. independently. Several of the operators believe
that a concerted action upon the
part of all of the producers to cur curtail
tail curtail the production of rosin would
make the operators liable under the
Sherman anti-trust law. They be believe
lieve believe that if the understanding could
be reached whereby all would agree
to suspend work in the woods for
about sixty days the problem of a
better price for the product would be
solved, yet they have expressed fears
as to the way in which the depart department
ment department of justice would look at such an
While the producers are trying to
find a remedy for the present low
prices by curtailing production, the
factors are trying to reach the same
end by organizing large companies to
buy and sell the naval stores pro products.
ducts. products. Some three or four such
companies have now been organized,
and it is thought by the factors that
they will be able to handle the over overproduction
production overproduction now on hand.
One of these new companies is a
Delaware organization. It is capital capitalized
ized capitalized at $1,000, 000, and six of the
eleven directors are Jacksonville
men. Four of the others are resi residents
dents residents of Savannah, while one lives
in Delaware. This company will
probably use this port for exporting
its wares.

OCALA LOIKJi: XO. !, Ii. i o. k.
Ocala Lodge, Xo. 286, Benovelent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. .Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome.
Chas. V. Hunter, E. R.
Joseph Bell, Secretary. Ad.
Ocala Loage Xo. 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

Tell Farmers, Mert limits, Mechanics
County to Get Together

Editor Star: On an invitation of
Mr. Welch of the Ocala Lumber &
Supply Co., 1 joined him on a trip to
Reddick Friday, leaving at 1 p. m.
There in less than an hour. The gen general
eral general farming conditions en route
clearly demonstrate fertile soil and
agricultural possibilities that our
northern and western brethren don't
realize the importance and value of;
or there would not be an idle acre
inside Marion's bounds. A wealth of
untold agricultural resources, that
only needs tife hand of intelligence
to burst forth in products that will
enrich the producer and bring con con-tentemnt.
tentemnt. con-tentemnt. Meeting many of the good citizens
in and around the little city, which
was all abustle and rush anent the
ball game to be had between Miea Miea-nopy
nopy Miea-nopy and the home boys. Still enough
of the solid element that were intent
on graver problems than ball.
At 3 p. m. assembled in the hall
over the postoffice were the stock stockholders
holders stockholders of the newly organized com company
pany company that had met to perfect and ac accept
cept accept its articles of incorporation.
Through the courtesies of the presid presiding
ing presiding officer, Mr. C. M. Carn, I was re requested
quested requested to act as secretary pro tern.
Object of meeting stated and list of
stockholders read to ascertain how
many present. Mr. W. M. Gober,
who is the counsel for the new or organization
ganization organization as well as a stockholder,
read the application and clearly set
forth the manner of procedure, etc.
After this, I was called on to ex express
press express my views along lines of the
proposed movement. This I did,
clearly showing the great advantage
it would be to Reddick and Marion
county. Also showing the work o
our Board of Trade, and in changing
its name to that of the Marion Coun County
ty County Board of Trade that its aims and
purposes were to build up each and
every portion of the county, that
through cooperation with a great
centralized head at Ocala, reaching
every part and portion of the county,
by comprehensive, organized effort
the whole county would be developed
and built up; every farmer located
in Marion county helps every section.

and All Other Workers of Marion
and Work Together

and Ocala secures her pro rata share;
then let us all pull together, for as
a unit we grow stronger, succeed
I better, and win our battles for bel
ter general conditions.
Think of it Ocala! Think of it ev every
ery every section of Marion county! Red Reddick
dick Reddick is stepping into the great arena
of activity and enterprise, and is
striking the keynote to success. How?
In the organization of the Reddick
Ice and Packing Co., already placed
the order for refrigerating machin machinery,
ery, machinery, power, etc., ro be delivered and
installed by the dealers. A six-inch
well to be bored at once for a water
supply. The engine and pumps or ordered
dered ordered and figuring with the Ocala
Lumber and Supply Co. for neces necessary
sary necessary material to construct same.
Lot selected and deeds being prepar prepared.
ed. prepared. All legal matters in hands of
Judge Gober. who will make neces necessary
sary necessary publication and secure charter
from Gov. Trammell.
A cold storage plant capable of
taking care of that end of Maricn
county's, hogs, cattle, sheep, goats,
butter, eggs, poultry. Vegetables to
be handled on a basis of putting them
in market in the very best condition
to demand the top market prices.
Isn't it Wonderful, such an enterprise
backed up, owned, financed and con controlled
trolled controlled by her farmers, the man in interested,
terested, interested, the man to get the reward,
the man that deserves the best that
old mother earth can yield and the
man that through such efforts will
The capital stock of the company
is SI with the following offi
cers elected: C. M. Carn, president;
.1. B. DeVore, vice president; B. J.
Guthery.. secretary and treasurer:
board of directors, W. L. Luffman,
B. R. Chambers. S. F. Rou. J. C. Du Du-press.
press. Du-press. W. H. Sherouse with president
and vice president; stockholders, O.
G. Johnson, C. M. Carn, J. M. Smith,
I. B. DeVore. B. J. Guthery, W. II.
Sherouse. W. II. Bishop, J. C. Du Du-pree,
pree, Du-pree, W. H. Sherouse with president
of Reddick; H. Gatrell, Fairfield; S.
F. Rou, Lowell. Wm. M. Gober,
Ocala; W. Luffman, Sparr.
With others to follow. Entire

In Which Mr. Flirtmore Gets His. By F. R. MORGAN I

stock will be taken in next ten days,
as the farmers in this section are
awake to what their interests are,
and almost to a man will take stock.
The building committee is Messrs.
Carn, DeVore and Dupree, who are ;
going into the matter intelligently,
and to get to work at once. They
gave the well man to understand

they wanted work begun on the well
first thing and no delay must be had.
I wish the citizens of Ocala and other
parts of Marion county would wake
up and get this same spirit and move
on them. If so. we would have a big

cold storage plant in operation by ot' rectifying, through the power of
Christmas with curing and smoking the press, international differences is
department; a canning factory, syrup !Kiyo Shi Kawami, a newspaper man
mill, tannery, shoe manufactory, with training on both sides of the
several turpentine retorts, furniture Pacific. He started in newspaper
and box factory, peanut cleaner, and work in Japan and then came to the
in fact, a hot of warehouses and United States, taking an arts course
smaller industries that can be easily at the University of Iowa and later
brought here if our people will only receiving the degree of master of
loosen up their purse strings. How:?.rts a: the University of Wisconsin,
in the name or all common seiue and Since then he has been engaged in
reason can we expect the stranger, magazine and newspaper work in
unfamiliar with our conditions, whatjthis country.
we raise, what we grow, what we can Mr Kawakami has been employed
do, to come here and start these en-!to correct in tnis COUntry what the
terprises. while we screw our hands Japanese feel is a growing misconcep misconcep-down
down misconcep-down in our pockets and won't cough !tion of themselves as a people and
up a cent, or even consider their ,tncjr objects arc! method? cf settling
proposals, unless we see from two tojin America. Tney feel that a clearer
five dollars coming in for every cent;.,..prifan nf thp ian;inp,p ,vni

we let loose, and then have to take a

iooh. an arounu to see wno eie i may exist among Americans against
going to get in, or be benefited. Cutthem
loose from this old rut, old anti-;
, .. ., j At the same time he will conduct'
quated ideas, get out in the open, be 1
. i. j c ;a campaign ot publicity in his native
abreast ot the times, stand for ad- ,
... land to combat whatever anti-Am-vancement,
the common good, the de- .
, ....... . ,encan sentiment may have been
velomnent ot citv, countv and state.
, ,. ... 1c aroused by anti-Japanese movements
Not always looking to selt and selfish
i x.. .i the United States,
interests; lose sight ot this and build j
for the good of all. As your city and ; The finances necessary to carry on

i i n .i i :

county prospers and forges thead,this work ,have keen raised through

likewise you and your interests will
Rally to the support of your Board
of Trade, your business organization,
the clearing house of all your activ
ities ana en leavors. Don t ne a

:.c.:e longer, but let us pull to-
;ether, form a stock company to and "Prds. Special rates by the
finance these enterprises, reach out.week or montn' We make a special-
ty of sea food dinners Thursday even

CConcluded on Third Page)


Who by Bombarding Fs With Pam Pamphlets
phlets Pamphlets and Xewspaper Articles
May Save Us from War and Its
.San Francisco. Aug. 9. The Cal-
' ifornia Japanese have hired a press
agent or as they say, have "decided
upon a campaign of education in this
country and Jayan"
The man upon whom falls the task
erve to overcome whatever prejudice
t o;:u;ar subscription by Japanese
residents of the Pacific coast states.
Hotel Breakers, Daytona Beach; a
new hotel; has all modtrn conven conveniences;
iences; conveniences; fronts on Ocean just south
ings and Sunday noon. 6-23-tf



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K. of I'. meet Monday night.
Elks meet Tuesday evening.
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"Odd Fellows meet Tuesday night,
Lazy men would rather find fault
than to find work.
Typewriter ribbons for all style
machines at The Murray Co. S-S-3t
Even experience falls down when
it tries to teach a fool.
Borrowers are scarce when you
have nothing but trouble to lend.
It's never too late to mend one's
ways; but it's different with clothes.
'China and glassware at very low
prices, to make room for new fix fixtures,
tures, fixtures, at the Murray Co. 8-83t
What a girl likes about a young
man is usually what her mother
DR. W. K. LANE Specialist, Eye
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office Law
Library Building, Ocala. Adv.
Col. R. A. Burford, of Ocala, passed
through the city yesterday en route
from a brief business trip to Troy,
Ala. Col. Burford has many friends
in Gainesville and had the opportuni opportunity
ty opportunity to chat with several of them while
the train stopped here for the noon
meal. Gainesville Sun.
G. W. Martin of Ocala, came in
Monday evening for a brief visit to
ills brother-in-law, L. B. Saunders.
He left for Tarpon Springs this
morning Brooksville Argus.
The sheriff's office has been busy
for the past few days notifying cer

tain dealers in the city that theyjOcala's plans for sewerage. The Me Me-must
must Me-must discontinue the sale of "hard j tropolis shows a willingness to help

cider" in their places of business.
Some of this grade of goods is said
to contain large quantities of the con concoctions
coctions concoctions which require a special li license
cense license for their sale.
Enjoy outdoor life without tan and
freckles. Rexall cold cream Insures
your complexion. Get it at Gerig's
viirugstores. 6-I7-tf


Frank Sanders came in from Ocala
Friday morning. He is now an em employe
ploye employe of the Florida Title & Abstract
Co., a firm of Ocala. Frank has many
j friends here, who were pleased
ito see him. Brooksville Argus.
Mr. Sanders' father gave him a fine
blooded saddle horse on his recent
visit and a colored man will drive the
animal through the country. Mr.
Sanders expects him to arrive Mon Monday
day Monday or Tuesday.
Loose leaf books of all kinds at
j The Murray Co. 8-7-3t
The proprietors of pool rooms
have been warned by the county of officers
ficers officers that in future the law against
allowing minors to play pool or
loiter around their places will be en enforced.
forced. enforced. Vnr hnrains in mpn's wpar pall
j on Harley Bros., during their ten
! days' sale, beginning Saturday, Aug.
j 9th. Entire stock going at cost..
i L. W. Harley & Bro., next door to
Western Union Tel. Office. 8-8-2t
The Whaley building on South
Main street will be the next to have
its store rooms remodeled by placing
large modern show windows and ves vestibule
tibule vestibule fronts ii them.
John Long, president of the Gulf
Iron Works, is in Ocala on a min mingled
gled mingled business and pleasure trip.
Tampa Tribune.
R. C. Camp of Ocala is among bus business
iness business visitors in the city today from
the Brick City, arriving last night,
and registering at the Hillsboro ho hotel.
tel. hotel. Tampa Tribune.
We observe a nice notice in the
Jacksonville Metropolis regarding
Ion in the work of developing the
' state.
One of the most common ailments
that hard working people are afflict afflict-I
I afflict-I ed with is lame back. Apply Cham-
uciiaiu o x-d i i iLi c u i n itc a. ua, auu
massage the parts thoroughly at each
application, and you will get quick

j relief. For sale by all dealers. Adv.


In every respect
Some worth up to
Look at the window

! S. ba.vie.s Wariield, chairman of
the board of directors of the Sea Sea-l
l Sea-l board Air Line, and president of the
: Southern Settlement and Develop Development
ment Development Organization, has written to
'Secretary Rooney, congratulating
him on his recent useful letter re regarding
garding regarding the Anthony Farms, and Ma Ma-!
! Ma-! rion county farms in general.
J. E. Chace, well known Ocalan,
was an arrival from the Marion
county capital last night. Mr. Chace
will spend today in the city attend attending
ing attending to business matters. ---Tampa Tri Tribune.
bune. Tribune. A mafriage 1
iclnse was issued by
Yf. E. Smith this
Count Judge
morning to Mr. Will Fant and Miss
fllr. T VUn (
Mr. Bruce Meffert and Robert Ty Ty-dings
dings Ty-dings left this afternoon for a short
trip to Palatka, where they will
launch a pretty little speed boat and
cruise down the St. Johns into the
Oklawaha, thence into Silver Springs,
arriving home some time during the
early part of the week.
Do You Wear
Pants ?
If you do they should always
be spotless and nicely pressed.
Pressing and cleaning is our
business. Call phone twenty twenty-one.
one. twenty-one. DODSON & RENTZ.
If you would Buy, Sell,
Lease or Exchange, see
me at the Courthouse or
write for my bulletin of
summer bargains in
Choice Properties :

.sATlIUJAY, AUGUST, S?f 1913

The Originator of Low
Prices in Gcala

We receive a shipment of these de delicious
licious delicious candies every week and it is
kept on ice. They need no intro-
! duction. We are at your service.
Phone 2S4. The Court Pharmacy. 7 6t
J. W. Melton of Citra was in the
i city yesterday oh a mingled business
and pleasure trip. Mr. Melton states
that the Citra district in his estima estimation,
tion, estimation, is one of the finest in every way
in Florida. The entire territory has i
soil that is considered the best in the!
state and the truckers for miles
around Orange and its tributary;
lakes, raise the finest vegetables!
grown in Florida. Tampa Tribune, j
Mr. Arthur L. Wade, of Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, is registered at the Harrington.
He first entered into business in
Ocala and his many friends here will
be pleased to learn that success has
followed him in his new location.
Messrs. A. G. Gates and Laurie
Izlar went to ,Valdosta, Ga., yester
day and will drive through the coun-j
try in a Studebaker car which thej
former purchased some days ago. j
They are expected home tomorrow j
afternoon. j
Mr. R. L. Anderson has returned
from a short trip to Gainesville,
where he went Thursday on legal
For bargains in men's wear, call
on Harley Bros., during their 'ten
days' sale, beginning Saturday, Aug.
9th. Entire stock going at cost..
L. W. Harley & Bro., next door to
Western Union Tel. Office. 8-8-2t
Rev. Roy Lewis of Lake City, a i
I today, on his way to Eureka, where
he will preach tomorrow.
The Woodmen had a well attended
meeting last night, and initiated
Messrs. J. A. Morris, Jr., and T. C.
Clayton into the camp.
The books of the public library
have found a good home in the Board!
of Trade roorn, where they are con-;
veniently displayed, and where Missj
Gamsby is glad to greet her friends I
again every afternoon. j
Rexall disappearing skin cream is
a non-oily preparation for making;
the skin soft and beautiful. Gerig's ;
drug stores. 7-25-tf


Of Fivi Hundred S. C. White Leg Leghorn
horn Leghorn Hens
Thee hens must be sold to make
room. Now in 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
Mr. H. G. Tinker, the proprietor of
Millwood farm, now in Constantine,
Mich., writes to Secretary Rooney of
the Board of Trade that he is receiv receiving
ing receiving many inquiries about Florida,
and is answering them in a way that
he is sure will bring results.
Dr. J. E. Chace is in Tampa, on a
business visit.
Dr. von Engelken was having trou trouble
ble trouble inducing Tl-i auto to start, the
other day, but stopped his vigorous
manipulations of the crank long
enough to deny that he was the guy
that put thedam in Potsdam.
Almost everybody who goes in the
Ocala National Bank signs the peti petition
tion petition for an union passenger station,
and as soon as some one has time to
go out on the street with it, it will
be made unanimous.
Fresh buttermilk every day at the
Postoffice Drugstore. 6-24-tf
Much regret is expressed that Mr.
W. B. Royster, who has for a num number
ber number of years been secretary of the
Palatka board of trade, and has done
much good work in that position, has
Mr. H. O. Hamm, vice president
and general manager of the W. A.
Merryday Co., of Palatka, was a bus business
iness business visitor in the city today.
Correspondence cards, latest de designs,
signs, designs, at The Murray Co. 8-7-3t
W. A. McRae, commissioner of
agriculture of the state of Florida,
refers many inquiries from abroad
about this section to Secretary Roon Rooney
ey Rooney of the Marion County Board of
Trade. One was received this morn morning
ing morning from Mr. Chas. H. Bodell. a
prominent citizen of Los Angeles,
Just received some fine frying size
chickens. Carn-Thomas Co. 7-31-tf


Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 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
Dental Surgeon
Rooms 9, 10, 11, Holder Block
Phone 250
Terms: Cash.
Dental Surgeon
Office Over Commercial Bank
Phone 211
31. C. IZLAR
Dental Surgeon
Office Law Library Building
Phone 444
Dental Surgeon
Office Over Nash Dry Goods Store
Attorney at Law
Office Second Floor Munroe and
Chambliss Bank Building
Careful Estimates Made on All Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.





'Jbusness of your own some some--
- some-- cqy icfifiyour nancy joy'.

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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.
We Pay 4 per cent Interest on Savings Accounts

(Continued from First Faze)

after theia. secure site? and if needs
be donate them, adopt a liberal, pro progressive
gressive progressive policy; promise low taxation
for a -number of years. Invite cap capital
ital capital in. Get the best men in the city
on this committee and before the
year is out Ocala can have a weekly
pay roll that will make glad the
heart of every business man here.
Will you do it? It can be done, must
be done. Stagnation is next to damn damnation.
ation. damnation. We want the axles greased.



; Ocala has the money. Loosen it up

;and the wheels will begin to turn, to featured in the field.

ispin, to buzz, to fly, and sooner than

!you think or imagine

; be upon us r.nd the wheels of pro-

iffi if if

Late yesterday atternoon the Star
received the following telegram from
Clearwater. Aug. Ocala, i;
Clearwater. 5; Fat Anderson pitched.'
Clearwater did not score until the
eighth inning. Harris and J. Chazal ;

L. E. B.

This was promptly etched on a

the tide will 'glass slide and thrown on the picture

screen at the Temple several times

gress will be spinning out the glad during the evening, and the applause

refrain of prosperity active busi-Jwith which it was received showed
ness. Homeseekers hunting our lands the hearty interest Ocalans take in
I for homes, industries knocking at 'their ball team.
jour doors for admission. Hear the' Ocala plays either Clearwater or
onward tread of the mighty volume! the Knight & Wall team of Tampa
of business speeding toward us. Hear!tnis afternoon, and the Star ami the
the call to join the phalanx, and aid j Temple hope to give the fans another
i the crusade for inland waterway. cheerful message this evening.

intracoastal canals. See the surging j Mr. and Mrs. Hunter and the boys
tide of the Southern Settlement and wjn oe home tomorrow.
Development Organization as it j

makes its steady march over the
sixteen southern states, Florida in
the lead. The banner waving over
us, and Marion's host marching in

A Friend in Need.

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. Ther;e is
a splendid feeling of independence in it that makes
one feel the equal of any man.




jthe front column carrying the pen-

! nant, The Banner Agricultural

County of Florida." This is no idle
dream, no phantasy of the brain, but
facts, indelible truths, only needing

Last night you were carried back
i to old times when listening to the
program rendered by the band. Many
! commented on its rendition, excellent
! harmony. The clarinets and saxa-

i phone did beautiful execution, add addling
ling addling so much to the melody. Let us

get busy now. I understand that

the hand of wisdom to open the door
and let the hosts of seekers in to the


land that is flowinsr with milk and i

honey, the pomegranates and the i , ........ i those alreadv built, but savs the neo

i v no can oe piacea in our oanu it we . .
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Gen. Henry W. Long, one of the
oldest and best citizens of Marion
county, came in this morning from
his Martel home and made the Star
an appreciated call. Gen. Long is
looking and feeling better than he
has for many a year. He says his
corn crop has been far more than his
needs; his pinders are doing fine and
his hogs plentiful and thrifty, and
his poultry yard is swarming with
fine, healthy fowls. Gen. Long says,
while we are going through some
strange and wonderful times politi politically,
cally, politically, the country over, we are more
than usually prosperous in Marion
county and the crops were never bet better
ter better and we have never been as near nearly
ly nearly capable of living at home as we are
now. Gen. Long, the pioneer good
roads man of the state, is in favor of
a bond issue for Marion county to re retire
tire retire our heavy interest-bearing scrip

and build more roads and improve

Dr. Woods Hutchinson, the Famous
Physician, says:


grapes within your reach. The In-1
dian summer of life lying before you. j

Reach out, grasp, claim your own. I

Then awaken mighty men of fi finance
nance finance and let us put Marion county
where she belongs. Let us realize
agricultural prosperity precedes com commercial
mercial commercial supremacy. Cooperation is
the keystone that secures success.
Your Board of Trade is the keystone,
then rally and let us be up and do doing
ing doing and reap our reward, get our
quota of the great influx that's com-

,J, ing this fall and winter. It can only

be done through a hearty binding
ourselves together and forging great
links in the chain of success. Will
you do it? .1. D. Rooney,
Sec'y. Marion Co. Board of Trade.


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pictures or interest

Some weeks ago a Pathe Weekly
film was omitted from the Temple's
service by an oversight, and it was
this very film that had special inter interest
est interest to a number of Ocalans. Man Manager
ager Manager Bennett has after considerable
correspondence been able to get this
film for tonight's show. Among a
number of other subjects it contains
a picture made in Jacksonville of the
University of Pennsylvania's explor exploring
ing exploring expedition leaving that city for

ican find employment for them.

hope our business men wili think of I

this and let us know if they have a
vacancy. We would be glad to get
these men placed. This is the way to
build up and maintain a good band.
Secondly, won't some of our good
Indies get together and plan a nice
evening on your lawn and invite the
band? You will be repaid by the ex excellent
cellent excellent music the boys will give you.
Remember our band boys like some
of the good things of life; let us
throw a little pleasure into theirs and
help repay for their splendid con concerts
certs concerts every Friday night. Who will
be the first to extend the invitation?
I will help any one to arrange for it.
So many pretty lawns and the nights
so fine. Now come and give the boys
a few good times before the winter
Say. didn't Condon have the boys
keyed up last night? Looked good
to see the old leader for so many
years adding so much to the spirit
of the occasion.
Here's to our band, may it grow
and be added to until we have the
best in the South. Ocala's deserves
it. Lets have it. J. D. Rooney.
Secretary Board of Trade.

j j pie wi
-a litt

ill have to be educated up to it

tie and the matter will have to

be handled by a board of bond trus trustees,
tees, trustees, elected by the people of the dif different
ferent different districts, to all of which the
Star thoroughly agrees.

Can't Help Bui
Admire Babies
Every Woman Casts Lovir.jf Glance tt
the Nestling Cuddled in its Bonnet.
A Trnisn's heart naturally responJs to
the ctiarta cad sweetness o a prcuj chIM,
and more so to-tlar tl:aa ever before cizc
the advent of Mother's Friend.

m 1 i"U"i'pi'

This 13 a most wonderful external help
to the muscles and tendons. It penetrates
the tissues, makes then pliant to readily
yield to nature's demand for expansion,
60 there fs no longer a period of pain, dis discomfort,
comfort, discomfort, straining, nausea or other symp symptoms
toms symptoms so often distressing daring the anxious
weeks of expectancy.
Mother's Friend prepares the system for
the coming evtnt, and its use brings com comfort,
fort, comfort, rest and repose during the term. This
fcas a most marked influence upon the baby,
since it thus inherits a splendid growing
system of nerves and digestive function.
And particularly to young mothers is this
famous remedy of inestimable value. It
enables her to preserve her health and
strength, and she remains a pretty mother
by bavin? avoided all the suffering and
danger that would otherwise accompany
eu"h an occasion. Mother's Friend thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly lubricates everv nerve, tendon anl
muscle Involved and is a sure preventive
for caking of the breasts.
You will find this splendid remedy on
sale at all drug stores at $1.00 a btt!
and Is highly recommended for the purpose.
Write Hradfield Regulator Co., 134 Lamar
Bldg., Atlanta, ;a.. and tI:ov -i!; laa'l v u
eealed. a very Instructive book for expec expectant
tant expectant mothers.


ill" t

Lost, Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Lccal Needs

FOR SALE Dark bay horse, three
and a half years old, broken to sad saddle;
dle; saddle; is sound and gentle; reasona reasonable
ble reasonable price for cash if sold at once.

Apply to Mrs. M.
Main St., Ocala.

V. Roberts, 211 S.

FOR RENT Three rooms suita suitable
ble suitable for housekeeping, up-stairs or
first floor; half block from postof postof-fice.
fice. postof-fice. Address. "M. V. R.," care Star
office. 8-9-1 2t

AXOTHKi: lilfi IMi'llOVllMDM'

the Amazon river explorations. An

other is the opening of the life sav- The store room in the Munroe &
ing station at Pablo Beach. The film Chambliss Bank building occupied
winds up with an exceptionally 17ne i 'u-v the Anderson Pharmacy is to-be
Mutt and Jeff series of drawings. The entirely rebuilt, and new interior

Temple contains only SoO seats, so lixtures will also be installed at once.

if you want to see the
you'll have to hurry.

first show




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Hoopless Boxes, the kind adopted by the Citrus Exchange.
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tities, quantities, Strap Iron and Birch Hoops.

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Wire at my expense for price delivered in carload
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A XKW LAW iKTXi:usnir
Mr. Raymond B. Bullock's law
practice having reached that stage
where it is impossible for one man
to care for it properly, he has decid decided
ed decided to fake into partnership Mr. L. K.
Mershon, a prominent young attor attorney,
ney, attorney, who has been practicing in

There will be two large show win

dows in front as at present but there
will be one large plate glass in each
instead of two as at present. The
l'oors will be filled in with cement
and covered v.ith tiling of a pretty
de-ign. The wall cases will all be
made up of mahogany with plate
glass fronts. All the floor show
.aes will be of the latest design, all
glass construction. A new soda
fountain will be installed as soon as
the rebuilding operations are com-

WANTED Stenographers, clerks,
for railway work, bookkeepers, sales salesmen,
men, salesmen, chefs, electricians. Address
217 Heard Bank Building, Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, Fla. 8-4-0t

FOR RENT Half of a large
house, four rooms on first Moor, on
south Fourth street, east; also the
Thomas cottage on corner of Orange

avenue and south Fourth street. Ap-'

ply at 310 S. Main street. A. M
Bobbitt. S-2-tf dlv.

FOR SALE 11)13 4hp. Indian I
motorcycle. Cheap for cash. II. S.

Chambers. 7-lo-ttd

When One's
is at Stake
A mere matter of expense is of no
Our motto in our profession is
"Not how Cheap, but how GOOD."
But it will be found that our prices
are always as low as consistent with
a high grade of pharmaceutical ser service.
vice. service. Accuracy and Promptness are
our watchwords.
N. B. For accuracy's sake ask
your doctor not to telephone your
prescription, but to WRITE it, and
we will send for it.

Anderson Pharmacy

'The Store Accommodating

Phone 1208.

Queen of Sea Routes"

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

Leesburs. Mr. Mershon. thoueh a

vouna man. has made for himself p,eted' This is now in the city ready
quite a reputation in the practice of tcr buine- and is said to be one of

his profession in Lake countv. and : c wc-aia.

his removal to Ocala will be a valua-

The Anderson Pharmacy, under

ble acquisition to the bar. The style j the ffianasement of Mr- H- E- Rose"

of the new firm will be Bullock &
Mershon. and they will continue to
have offices in the Merchants' block.


The Blowers Lime Co.. three miles
north of Ocala, is now about ready
for business snd has installed a first
class plant on the A. C. L. railway,
to the west of the public highway.
The company has a fine deposit of
lime and while it will burn lime for
general commercial purposes and has
a large capacity for manufacturing
that product, it will make a specialty
of crushed rock or unburned lime for
fertilizer purposes and will put men
on the road to visit the farmers and
fruit growers of the state to sell this
product. The farmers of Florida
should use thousands of carloads of
this cheap and valuable soil food on
certain lands and for certain crops,
and the field for its sale is unlimited.

oerry, is doing a splendid business

and nearly every day shows an in increase,
crease, increase, thus warranting the many im improvements
provements improvements now in progress.


Dr. J. Walter Hood received a tele

gram this morning from Mrs. G. C.

Lonnecker at Hendersonville, N. C,
stating that her husband had passed
away. Mr. Lonnecker was a promi prominent
nent prominent citizen of Homosassa and Dr.
Hood has been treating him at in intervals
tervals intervals for the past three years.

Savannah, Baltimore, Philadelphia.
Boston and Providence
Fine steamers; best service; low
fares; wireless telegraph. Through
tickets to and from principal points.

1J13 motorcycles and -end for booklet.

H. C. AVERY. A;ent,
Jacksonville, Fla.
L. D. JONES, C. A.
Seminole Hotel. Jacksonville, Fla.
Finest coastwise Trip in the World


motor boats at bargain prices, all
ruakes. brand new machines, on easy
monthly payment plan. Get our
proposition before buying or you will
regret it, also bargains in used
motorcycles. Write us today. En Enclose
close Enclose stamp for rejjly. Address, Lock
Box 11, Trenton, Mich. 7-lS-tf

FARM FOR SALE Splendid farm
of 4 0 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


Read our UNCLASSIFIED ADS. for your wants

In a game at Miami Wednesday

jthe Palatka baseball nine defeated
jthe Miami team by 4 to 1. The next
day. Miami won by to S.

Although the rains have interfered
materially with the baseball schedule
for the week, the fans had an oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity to witness one of the best
games, possibly of the series last
Tuesday, when Ocala an'd Clearwater
rdayed a fast and snappy game. For
the locals McMullen pitched a classy
article of ball, while Harris held
down the diamond for the Brick Mty
boy?. Clearwater took the same by
a score of 5 to 1. Clearwater News.

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. 7-20-2tw

FOR SALE 3.j0 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-nel!on.
nel!on. Dun-nel!on. For information write J. G.
Baskin, Dunnellon, Fla. 7-22-1 ji

Mountain and Seashore
AUGUST 13fli.


Atlantic Coast Line

Washington, D. C $?0.8O
Richmond, jVa 18.80
Norfolk, Va IS. 80
Chattanooga, Tenn $13.80
Mammoth Cave, Ky 17.95
Wilmington, N. C 12.00
Monteagle, Tenn 13.05
Tickets Sold August 13th Only
For information and reservations
call on M. R. Williams, Ticket Agent
J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., Tampa.
A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A., Jacksonville.



It. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavenood. Ruiiicss Manager
J. If. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.

ha.- bee:: r:ii?ulous!y venomous. We
can't imagine a legislature that
would suit the T;me-tnion. unless
it was one like the body now claim-'
c i by the state or' New York, which
doesn't seem to be willing to do hon hon-et
et hon-et work like sweeping the streets.
but is ready to sweep out the dirty

)ack yard of a moneyed boss.




One year, in advance $5.00
Six months, in advance 2.50

( Foreign ) j
in advance S.0u j

Tiiree months, in advance.
Cue month, in advance....


One year,

-: i : i .. t a

Three months, in advance

One month, in advance SOI

colonv settling

About all the average man takes', other years than lo. And last but

for a cold is advice. Atlanta Jour-' not least, fate was on the job a num

One of our friends won't even take

ber of centuries before the Christian j

calendar was adopted, and may

f The Tribune doesn't take much
j stock in the alarm which is being
I sounded by some Florida papers

auout the prospects or a Japanese

in the state. The
a lawyer from Se

attle has bought acres in the
state which he is selling rapidly to
Japanese who wish to leave the Pa Pacific
cific Pacific coast and make their homes in

The Key West
prospect a very


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 businessman must necessarily be
based, first, upon his vi ible 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 this
bank can serve you, other than safeguarding your money.



ujtiFoe & CltamMIss Bank

populistic admiration

Judge F. J. Titcomb, on his recent -know-visit-
tn Pinellas frmnrl fhp nnnvirf)

camps of that county in bad condi condition,
tion, condition, and so reported to the com commissioner
missioner commissioner of agriculture. Judge Tit Tit-comb
comb Tit-comb is evidently. on his job.

The Tampa Tribune doesn't think
the guilt of Leo Frank, on trial in
Atlanta for the murder of Mary
Phagan, has teen proven. If the
Star was on the jury, it certainly
wouldn't convict him on the testi testimony
mony testimony of the negro James Conley.

Florida. The Key West Journal! ... .
i this lnsnrmtinn naintori rn tho cirid

! tuiuivs tile- uuj)ci-i a ici.i uaugci- y. ,
bej . t,A t Colorado and elevation, Kansas and

iUti! out; itiiu rs ;v.vuu

counting years with the Chinese, the. tnrniU n..n ca AArt stagnation,

Hebrews or the Arabs, for aught wel rK mMnfnsy ahmit lonorm r!,,l-iand damnation. I am going to my

r-i -a tu t i j I wite s relation and make no further
anese in Honda. The Tribune does i ,.,..
, ... i explanation. To immigrants and
not regard the proposition in the! ....
,. .. tourists we offer this suggestion:
light ot a menace to the peace andi , 7
. . T. "Come to Florida, correct in eleva-
prosperity of the state. If we can! ,

C L. Wilson of Marianna is being ,,,). .1,,, family iniuou' "nere a mau ol eauc-auoa can

groomed for the race for governor ia colonv let U3 eet them bv all!engage in sI)ecuJation' brinS alonS

. 'your wife s relations, have good
means. They are industrious andi .

limes auu nee saiauuu, nuu uu

ri: I'll AS L. WILSON

three years hence. There is not a

better, cleaner man in all Florida law-abidine and thev will add larsrp-'

The Starke Telegraph says that
Bradford county is on the verge of
bonding for good roads. Bradford
would be another link in the chain
that the Star wants to see stretch
from Tampa Bay to the- St. Mary's
river. The Star will do what it can
Jo forge Marion into it.

A rose by any other name would
be just as sweet, but probably
cheawer. Jacksonville Artisan.
We fear not. The way the con conservatories
servatories conservatories soak us for chrysanthe chrysanthemums
mums chrysanthemums causes an apprehension that
they would double the rate on roses
if the flowers swapped names.

than Ceph Wilson, or one that would

make a better governor. Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville Sun.
The foregoing was penned by H.
H. McCreary who has known C L.
Wilson intimately and well for many
years. The above from Mr. Mc Mccreary's
creary's Mccreary's pen is the unanimous ver verdict
dict verdict of every one who knows Mr.
Wilson. In every position he has
ever filled, whether citizen, state at attorney
torney attorney or legislator, he has been a
gentleman without reproach. Jasper
The Star has seldom heard of Mr.
Wilson, but such an endorsement
from John M. Caldwell would not be

given to any but a good man.

danger of starvation,
consideration and is

tion. Fort Meade Leader.

This is worth
no prevarica-

uou;h and heady rube

ly to the production and wealth of
the state. In the Tribune's opinion

it would be a great thing for Florida.
Instead of sounding an alarm, the!
Florida press ought to be extending!
them a cordial invitation. What!
Florida needs is industriuos people;
for its vast unoccupied acres andi

we don t know or any better race

1 WN t 1 1 : t I t J 1 J-l f 11 1 I . ll .1 d

ucuci suucu iu i. tier tuuuiuuua uiau ,
, ., .Bryan does not find $12,000 a year a
the Japanese. Tampa Tribune. ; . ,
living wage in Washington. In fact a

I'uinam county nas one Japanese

Sizes Up Some of the Critics of the
Sec ret a ry
The Jasper Banner of Liberty is

greatly worried because Secretary

resident, living at East Palatka;
industrious, well-educated, well

whole lot of the Florida editors are





to think

that the

neerless one ventured to make a

haved dapper little fellow, who mar- ( chautauqua engagement or two dur-


ried the widow of P

baker in the Gem City. Their truck
farm t East Palatka is a model of in intensive
tensive intensive farming.

When a bride and groom take out

a, marriage license they

handed tree of charge

kill and maim

should beinient

1115, ins tataiiuu jici ivjvi. 11c 10 ac accused
cused accused of neglecting his duties, etc.
No one has ventured to assert what
particular duty he has neglected. No

j This Jap, however, may be, and one win question the statement that
Iprobably is. an exception to the grear if Mr. Bryan had gone somewhere
I bulk of his people. The whites of

death cuts the democratic majority 'r lir nrni., qrp nuir.h tho s-)mp enrr
, LiiUIOl Ilia al e IllUCn Hie Sdllie sort tonKinp- na wi k rlnnnsr hi vacntinn

of folk that the whites of Florida he Would have been considered a
are, and if they have trouble with very genial, democratic Democrat,
the Japanese, its a safe bet that we;lnasmucn as ne decided to earn a few

Joseph F. Johnson. United States
senator from Alabama, died at his
hotel in Washington Fridav. His

in the Senate to one. Up to last
year, if a senator died, his place

be at once filled by appoint appoint-by
by appoint-by the governor of his state,


a permit to ; but since the adontion of the consti-

all of their alleged j tutional amendment which causes

friends who think it is funny to pull j senators to be elected by popular
off horse play on them. Getting mar-j vote, this is no longer possible. The
Tied is no joking matter, at least to: Alabama legislature, at its last ses ses-those
those ses-those getting married. Orlando Sen-'sion. neglected to provide for spe-

tinel. cial elections, so unless the Lord in
Did they give you much of a shiv-his wisdom removes a republican
urree. Brother Reese? j senator or two. the passage of the
j tariff bill is imperiled. Senator John-
The Jacksonville Metropolis took! son was seventy years old, had serv serv-eight
eight serv-eight lines to answer the question, ;ed through the war between the
"what is the best time to take abates in the Confederate army, as
warm bath," when four words governor of Alabama for two terms
when you need it would have been j and had been a member of the Sen-
Hinply sufficient. Jasper News. i ate since 1Vm7. He was unanimous-
We fear that John M. Caldwell My elected to succeed the late Sen Sen-would
would Sen-would never succeed in filling up ajator Edmund W. Pettus, and re re-column
column re-column in -a metropolitan daily, the'elected in l'j0t.
Times-Union for instance. He doesn't j
know how to whap up- his ideas in ye 110te with a good deal of pleas pleas-verbosity,
verbosity, pleas-verbosity, so as to make a big, clumsy ure that nearly all the newspapers
bundle out of what should be a j outside of Ocala print the ordinances
small package. j0f the towns end cities in which the
j newspapers are printed. We hope
There may be nothing in the "13" (that in time the city council of Ocala
superstition, but there's more war, will show the same friendly and loyal
murder, crime of all sorts and gen-i spirit to its newspapers. Surely the
eral devilment raging over a wider I newspapers do enough in the way of
area of the world during any one j publicity to enjoy to its uttermost
year for a long time past. And as; this legitimate financial crumb.
though the peace of the world were! Banner.

also would have trouble. This state

, honest dollars on the side in full

doesn't want any immigrants except jview of the public, and at the same
(good white people. Between the ne-:time allow the common people to

groes auu rue bemmoies. we nave an ;COmmuue with a real secretary of
the race problems we can attend to. istate and hear WOrds from his clas

sic lips, they go up in tne air. net
One ot those dear lady friends of has disgraced these class-loving dem- I

ours who take particular interest in 'ocrats To be sure they mostly
other people's affairs got on a car claim that $12,000 is a sufficient sal-j
an i .-at down beside a quiet looking ary for a non-alcoholic secretary to j
man whose face was badly pitted. Hive on and support the reputation of i

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Just phone us for the book or tell the boys on the wagons that
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States government, not
entertain Uncle Sam's j

-not sufficiently disturbed with the
Balkan, Mexican and Chinese throat
cuttings in progress, that little ras rascal,
cal, rascal, Castro, must needs start up an another
other another revolution in Venezuela to de deluge
luge deluge that country in blood to pro promote
mote promote his personal ambition. Lake Lakeland
land Lakeland Telegram.
Well there was more war in 1904
and 1905, between Russia and Japan
than there is now. There was more
Trar between Russia and Turkey in
1S77 and 1878 than there is now.
There was more war between France
-and 'Germany in 1870 than there is
-now. There was more war in 1866
between Germany and Austria than
there is now. There was more war
between the states of the North Am American
erican American Union, with several smaller
wars in different parts of the world,
ihan there is now. Even the Balkan

-.war and Mexican troubles started in

The Star begs leave to indorse this
proposition and join the Banner in
presenting it to the council.

E. W. Irvine of Lake City, a com commercial
mercial commercial traveler, who is well and
favorably known over a large area of
territory, has been appointed post postmaster
master postmaster at Lake City. The other ap applicants
plicants applicants for the place were M. L.
Plympton and Selwyn Chalker.
Jasper News.
Plympton was Frank Clark's can candidate.
didate. candidate. Irvine was appointed be because
cause because he was a strong supporter of
Wilson in the first primary.


But what better can we expect
when we elect to office men who are
mentally fit for no higher task than
sweeping the streets? Times-Union.
The foregoing refers to the late
legislature, against which the T.-U.

"Why. you poor man!" she ex- the United
claimed. "IIow you must have suf-' failing to

fered. How long did you have the 'guests who are both numerous and
smallpox?' lexacting. They give us a pain. $12,-
"Madam," was the seriously spok-jOOO is a paltry, miserable stipend for
en reply, "what evidently drew your a man at the head of the govern govern-attenticn
attenticn govern-attenticn are not pits of smallpox. ', mental department representing one
I had these put on by a beauty spec-' hundred million people. The aver aver-ialist
ialist aver-ialist to keep my face from skidding age real estate man in Sarasota mak mak-when
when mak-when I eat watermelon." Chicago 'es more than that. We imagine
Tribune. 'many a good nian has been driven by
Wish we had seen this a month 'the people whose cause he has cham cham-o.zo.
o.zo. cham-o.zo. ipioned to seek the welfare of the
more appreciative corporations, by
Emmett Wilson is hardlv warm in 'just such carping criticism. Sara Sara-his
his Sara-his seat in congress from the third, sota bun.
district before Dannette Mays, his;
predecessor, suddenly recovers his ap- SUSPICIOUS OF SAXIJOIIX
petite for some more of that particu-5

lar kind of pie, and says he thinks! The Tampa Tdibune fears the
he'll give Emmett a run for his mon- j "blue-eyed-belles" of Pensacola will
ey next time. Lakeland Telegram. get after the editor of the News of
The Telegram man is not keeping1 that city because he says they can
up with current history The lastany day double discount the picture
legislature moved Mr. Mays into the j called "September Morn," and asks
second district, and it is against! how he gained such knowledge. A

Frank Clark that Mr. Mavs threatens ; Dutchman had two young fellows ar

rested once on the charge of bathing
in a state of nature before his daugh-

Some of the newspapers, and par- A "c ...

ticularly those of Volusia -county, UC1 a l"c
-V. fnV!r.n 1Qir hoth 'All"

are advocating Judge James W. Per- Larw"& L"C11
kins of DeLand, as fit successor tosaid the father' "but mine daughters
Governor Trammell. Judge Perkins I nave von Sod Pair of sp-v glasses an
is one of your self-made men, hav-! do see for more den von mile mile-ing
ing mile-ing risen from poverty and obscurity How about the editor of the News?
to wealth and eminence, and he i8!Braidentown Herald.

fully competent to fill the guberna gubernatorial
torial gubernatorial office with distinction to him

self and honor to the state. Punta
Gorda Herald.



Phones 16-174


COLLIER BROS., Proprietors.

to run. Starke Telegraph.

Home of the Ruby.
Ruby mines of the Mogok valley

I are known to have leen worked since
i the year 1600 Just how old thesa

j mines are nobody knows, .or they
A man passed through Kansas re-j have produced practically all tbe
cently in an emigrant wagon with iibies of ancient and modern times

Teams for Light
and Heavy Hauling.
Packing and
Shipping o!
Furniture, Pianos
and Safes.
Baggage Service
the Best.

We Sell
Superior to Plaster
or Ceiling in
Qualily or Price.
Phone 296

Where Shall I Go To School ?



YOUNG MEN. 8 COLLEGES and Divis Divisions;
UATE GRADUATE SCHOOL 10 new brick build buildings,
ings, buildings, besides gymnasium, swimming
pool and many subsidiary buildings. 61
in faculty and ofneers. 222 young men
from 45 Florida counties, and 21 states
and foreisrn countries last session.
TRANCE ENTRANCE FEES, $132.50 per year. Write
today for catalogue.
7-24-tf A. A. MlRPIinEE, Prealdent.

College of Arts and Sciences, Normal
School with Kindergarten Department,
School of Music, School of Art, School
of Expression, Home Economics with
Extension Division Beautiful location.
beautiful buildings and first-clasi
equipmer throughout, including gym gymnasium
nasium gymnasium and swimming pooL Forty Forty-two
two Forty-two members of the faculty and other
ofneers. Four hundred and thirteen
students from forty-five Florida coun counties
ties counties and ten states.
TRANCE ENTRANCE FEES. 1124 per year. For
information address,

Read our UNCLASSIFIED ADS. for your wants



That arc Stylish

Of Good Quality

That Fit The Feet

We have them for the Whole Family, for All Occassions, Evening, Dress, and General Wear. When in need of
Shoes give us a trial, and we will convince you.

Dry Goods, Ladies' Ready to Wear.


Shoes, Men's Furnishings



kf Exrol ails 1




Ocala, Fla., July 30, 1913.
M. Fishel & 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,








Oeals Fla,



We are going to give a $500 player piano to
the person who makes us the highest bid between
now and 3 p. m., August 23, providing his offer
is as much or more than one-half of the wholesale
cost of the instrument. We buy them in lots of
twenty. Just think of getting a splendid player
piano one that may be played by hand or foot
for one-half of what it costs us by the carload. You
need not send any money; just write us the amount
3'ou are willing to pay. We can make you conven
ient terms on a part of the amount you bid in
case you prove to be the lucky person. If you
should be the lu .ky person and prefer a hand
played piano we will give you a $500 manually
played piano instead of the player.
On July 19th we gav e Mr. Jim Proctor, Dallas,
Fla., a $375 piano on this same plan, his bid being
$214. Write and ask him if he ever saw a finer
piano than his that cost $400 and upwards.
This proposition is absolutely on the level,
as are any and all propositions by this time hon honored
ored honored firm. We refer you to any bank in Florida.
Our idea in making this liberal offer is to ad advertise
vertise advertise our business during the dull summer
months, and get the names of people who are
wanting pianos. Simple, isn't it? Just a plain
case" of us giving the profit and a part of the cost

of a piano to get the names of prospective buyers.

Write us for catalogue of this player that we shall give to the highest bidder on a
still, call and see the piano. We want to get acquainted with you.


'itnisr 23, or



A. H. LANSFORD, Manager.

Ocala, Florida.

I Florida Rye and 90 Day Seed Oats I

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
higher later.

Ocala Seed Store.




Q That Miti-h Iiuetl Trip i. a Stern j
; Reality 1 1
1 Minnie and I did not want to rake j

i this trip, but in compliance with the
; wishes of our friends, we consented.
It was an awful hard job to get on
. that train at Belleview, but by be-
ing actually forced on the train by
'fifteen or twenty of our friends, we
j decided to go it. come what may.

With the corniany of several
friends we managed to keep awake
until we reached Jacksonville. We
got out of the depot gate before our
friends came to meet us, but a call
on the phone soon brought them
back to the depot, and the services
of a big seven-passenger touring car,
with three tine girls for company,
was ours for the day. We covered
Jacksonville from stem to stern
Springfield, thelO-mile belt, Ortega,
Riverside and every where the fancy
of five good looking girls could imagine.








Ocala House Block

Phone 420






Doubling Human Life.
In 1866 the public health condition
of New York were in so ow a state
that the average length of life of the
Inhabitants was 30 years. In 1912
these conditions of life was 66 years.
Thus the value of human life, reck reckoned
oned reckoned In terms of time alone, had more
than doubled in less than half a cen century.
tury. century. Century.


Mlgti. Giacie Fainting

Are they feverish, restless, ner nervous,
vous, nervous, irritable, dizzy or constipated?
Do they continually pick their nose
or grind their teeth? Have they
cramping pains, irregular and raven ravenous
ous ravenous appetite. These are all signs of
worms. Worms not only cause your
child suffering, but stunt its mind
and growth. Give "Kickapoo Worm
Killer" at once. It kills and removes
the worms, improves your child's ap appetite,
petite, appetite, regulates stomach liver and
bowels. The symptoms disappear and
your child is made happy and heal healthy,
thy, healthy, as nature intended. Sold by
Tydings & Co., Kickapoo Indian
Medicine Co., Philadelphia. Pa., St.
Louis. Mo. Adv

Say, that steamer Suwannee as
some boat. A full passenger list
made an enjoyable crowd, one of the
most distinguished being Rev Carn Carn-ie,
ie, Carn-ie, district superintendent of the M.
E. church, who people tell me, takes
a trip of a thousand miles with the
same sang froid that other peo people
ple people take a trolley ride.
I wonder how that will look in
We done Savannah, or rather Sav Savannah
annah Savannah done us. We went to Thun Thunderbolt
derbolt Thunderbolt it ain't so bad as it sounds

it"s a nice place. We went to that
famous cemetery, Buena Vista it
certainly is a beautiful place, but it

was too dead for us. so we left and
took in the town.
Savannah has Jacksonville skinned
a block so far as streets are concern concerned.
ed. concerned. The smooth asphalt pavements
make one feel like they were in
heaven, when rolling along in a big
touring car with Z inch tires.
Hatteras was in its best mood.
When we passed we never said a
word we were asleep..
Xon'oll: is a jumble. vdon"t think
much of it, but say, that navy yard
across the river in Portsmouth, is
something to look at. The relics of
war laying around made me feel lik
taking one of those cannon balls and
having it mounted for a breast pin.
The warships were a sight and it was
well worth looking at.
Old Point Comfort stands out
bleak and lonesome, like a sentry
watching, who goes and comes, and
I do not want to see .Newport News
any more.
There is too much business for me
in Baltimore, besides it was Sunday.
.Now we should have gone to church,
but we did not. Nope we went
right over to the Pennsylvania Rail Railroad
road Railroad depot and bought a return tick ticker
er ticker to Washington. We went on one
oi" those Tains that has a fancy name
and none travel on it without the
price of a seat in a chair car. We
rolled off the distance in S minutes,
and when we would hit a tunnel we
would wink the other eye. Say!
that was some traveling; that train
made our Seaboard Limited look like
a freight standing still on a siding.
I have a cousin in Washington.
Her husband is connected with on
of the departments, and he draws
down something less than a million
dollars per year. And they spent
part of it showing us two country
kids some of the town.
That depot cost way up in the mil millions
lions millions and is a work of art as well as
some convenient. -Minnie and I stood
there and watched the thousands of
people going and coming, and I won wondered
dered wondered if every one know where they
were going, and just then my cousin
came along and we hit for the high
places. Now when we struck Penn Pennsylvania
sylvania Pennsylvania avenue my thoughts revert reverted
ed reverted to that patron saint of yours, I
mean Mr. Claude L'Engle, where he
was described in Dixie with his ever
watchful eye. Say, no wonder he
has nervous prostration. Why, if he
was to try to watch two persons on
opposite sides of that street, he
would soon be cross-eyed, and I know
he is not. Why, Penna. avenue is so
wide that you could drop the whole
of Belleview down in the middle of
it and there would be room to go
around. They keep policemen out in

the middle of it to keep people from
getting lost and to direct them from
one side to the other.
Well, Washington is some city.
We saw what our limited time would
allow, and hit for Baltimore and our
There is one thing fixed indelibly
in my mind and that is. it is a good
thing to have friends and cousins
when you travel.

It's mighty convenient to strike a
town and find a big automobile wait waiting
ing waiting for you, whisk you around at a
pace to make you dizzy, and wind up
at a good dining room, where a feast
is dished up fit to tempt a friar. I'm
on to all those things, and have a
number of places in view where I
have some more cousins, and aunts,
and uncles, and friends, who will be
glad to view our cheerful faces and
give us a good time.

It's sood to have friends. Ain't it?



Get my prices on that new Hungalow, Cottage, Residence or
Store, Office Building or Schoo House. My Prices are Right, my
Work Guaranteed.




P. O. Box 33G OCALA. FLA. X


"If I do it, it's don- Right."

feMyyw ,,,,

We cannot too loudly sing the praises of our
Wire Fencing.
It is Bull Strong, Horse High, Pig Tight
and Rust Proof.
We buy big quantities of wire fencing and get
the little price and the lowest freight rate. This is
why we can sell you vours for the low price.
Let OURS be YOUR hardware store.

noil Maraware to,

Phone 118, Ocala, Fla.






We have just received a carload of the Famous SOUTHERN Wire
Fencing, Staples and May Wire and are in position to make you some
attractive price on it. We are the only dealers in this section of the
country that handle this brand of fence and have demonstrated in the
past that it is absolutely the. best and strongest fence on the market,
and running- it as we have in competition with many inferior grades
of wire fence. We have had rome phenomenal sales on it and
"made many friends and customers. Give us your orders, if the goods
don't make good we will.
IKnicjlhLt & Lang


.25 Jacksonville




Atlantic Coast


Tickets Good on All Regular Trains.
For information call on M. R. WILLIAMS,
J. G. KIRKLAXD, Ticket Agent, Ocala, Fla.
Division Passenger Agent, Tampa, Fla.
Y. R. BEAZLEY, T. P. A., Tampa.

Akin ttte IPlorotooF
Is now prepared to give you estimates on all kinds of
and everything in this line. When placing your con contracts
tracts contracts for work in my line let me have an opportuni opportunity
ty opportunity to save you money. All work installed is on strict
guarantee of satisfaction.
Phone 388 or 235 S. Osceola St. Ocala. Fla.





(If you have any items for this department call phone 106)

The regular monthly meeting of
the Daughters of the Confederacy
was held Friday afternoon at 4:3) at
the residence of Mrs. Whiteside and
.Miss Josie Williams, with a large
number of members in attendance.
In the absence of the president, Mrs.
Sistrunk, the first vice president, pre presided
sided presided and after the general routine
of business had been transacted,
ways and means were discussed and
some planning done towards raising
funds for the Fanny R. Gary Me Memorial
morial Memorial Hall. Marianna Day will be
observed by giving a silver tea and
some time in November the ladies
will give one of their famous oyster
suppers, thereby making an effort to
raise the funds that the building of
the hall may be commenced at as
early a date as possible. At the con conclusion
clusion conclusion of all business a most de delightful
lightful delightful social season was enjoyed,
Miss Irma Blake singing several very
pretty selections and also a reading
of "The Mother of the Confederacy"
was greatly appreciated by all pres present.
ent. present. Mrs. Whiteside and Miss Will Williams
iams Williams served their guests to delicious
ice cream and cake, and the meeting
adjourned to meet in September with
Mrs. J. It. Moorhead.
Mr. M o r rrsS m ithbi" Jacksonville
will arrive tomorrow for a ten days'
visit with friands and relatives here.
Mr. Smith ccimesVespecially to be
with his step-fnner during the ab absence
sence absence lof Dr. D. M. Sftiiin in Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia and will with her until
she goW to joinjrer husband in New New-York
York New-York CK -"""
We regret exceedingly to note the
severe illness of Mrs. A. Y. Strunk at
her home in-this city, and her friends
are legion in wishing her a speedy
Miss Agnes Arnold, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Arnold, who for formerly
merly formerly lived in this state but now a
resident of-Atlanta, after a delightful
visit of some time in this city with
Miss Mary Gates, left yesterday for a
lengthy visit with friends in Lees Lees-burg,
burg, Lees-burg, much to the regret of the many
friends she has made during her stay
in Ocala.
Miss Genevieve Redding, after a

visit of ten days in this city as the
guest of Misses Catherine and Mary
Harriet Livingston, returned yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon to her home in Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, much to the regret of her
many friends.
Mrs. Frank Harris and handsome
little grandson, Master Harris Pow Powers,
ers, Powers, expect to leave on Monday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon for Asheville, N. C, to spend
a few weeks at Busby Hall, after
which they will go to Waynesville for
the balance of the summer.
Miss Essie Ponder arrived yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon from Orlando for a
week's visit with her sister-in-law
and brother, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Pon Ponder.
der. Ponder. Mrs. Sylvan McElroy of Orlando
and little son returned yesterday to
their home after several weeks' visit
in this city with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John Dozier.
Mrs. Raymond Bullock and child children
ren children will leave next Tuesday morning
for an outing at Demorest, Ga. They
will be joined later in September by
Misses Josie and Musie Bullock, who
will remain away for some time, Mrs.
Bullock returning in time for the
opening of school.
Mrs. L. B. Tydings and daughter,
Miss Ellie Tydings. will go over to
Williston Monday for a visit of sev several
eral several weeks with friends and rela relatives.
tives. relatives. Mrs. Annie Stroud and son have
returned home after a visit with
friends at Kendrick.
Miss Juanita Lytle of Stanton on
Lake Weir, is in the city for the day,
visiting friends.
Mr. Wallace Stovall will return to
his home in Tampa Sunday night,
after a delightful visit to home folks
and friends in this city.
Mrs. Louis Lang and children re returned
turned returned today from a visit to relatives
at Miami.
Frank Harris, jr.. managing editor
of the Ocala Banner, is among the
visitors here this week. Clearwater
Mrs. Henry W. Long, of Martel.
after a visit of several days in the
city with Dr. and Mrs. Walter Hood,
returned to her home this afternoon.
Mrs. Long came in especially to at attend
tend attend the regular monthly meeting of

j the U. D. C. yesterday afternoon at

the residence of Mrs. Whiteside and
Miss Josie Williams. She has been

very ill since her last visit and her
(many friends were delighted to see

her again.

The many friends in this city of
Judge and Mrs. Lester Warner will
regret to learn of the death of the
judge's aged mother at her home in
Michigan. Judge and Mrs. Warner
were called to her bedside some days
ago when it was known that the end
was near, Mrs. Warner having had a
dreadful fall a few days before. Ow Owing
ing Owing to her advanced age and great
feebleness for the past ten years, no
hope was extended and the end came
as a relief to her earthly suffering on
last Wednesday, surrounded by all
her loved ones. The sympathy of
the entire community is extended to
this most estimable family.
Mrs. N. Hickman, of Philadelphia,
who has been so ill at the home of
her daughter, Mrs. L. R. Chazal, in
this city, has improved so much with within
in within the past few days that tomorrow tomorrow-she
she tomorrow-she will leave for her home in Lews,

Del., accompanied by her physician,
Dr. D. M. Smith, and granddaugh granddaughters,
ters, granddaughters, Misses Dorothy and Marie
Hickman, a-nd daughter, Mrs. Cha Chazal,
zal, Chazal, who will remain for some weeks
with her mother. After seeing his
patient comfortably placed Dr. Smith

will go on to New York city for an
indefinite stay, being joined later by
Mrs. Smith, they will make a visit in into
to into Canada and many of the most
northern resorts, returning home
about the first of November.
The Ocala baseball team, with
their manager, Mr. Hunter, and his
wife, were given quite a treat yester yesterday
day yesterday morning, when several of the
local ball enthusiasts with their cars,
gave them a delightful drive through
Harbor Oaks and on through the
Belleview grounds, then up through
the city to Dunedin, giving them
quite an idea of what one of the
most beautiful spots on the West
coast is like. Clearwater News.
Mr. W. M. Martin is the week end
guest of Mr. Hugo Mcintosh at Idle Idle-wild
wild Idle-wild on Lake Weir.
Mrs. Jessie Haycraft left on this
mornings early train for Jacksonville
where she will remain until tomor tomorrow,
row, tomorrow, sailing to New York city on the
Lenape, and for the next few weeks
she will visit all the eastern mar markets
kets markets in the interest of her splendid
millinery establishment in this city.
During her absence, her daughter.
Miss Ethel Haycraft, will visit Mrs.
Ira Singleton at Inverness, motoring
over about next Monday.
Dr. H. A. Reeves passed through
the city yesterday afternoon en route
to his home in Inverness from Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, where he had been for the
last few days.
Mr. R. C. Camp came in Friday
afternoon from Asheville. N. C,
where, with his family, he is spend spending
ing spending the summer. He reports the
Ocala colony as having a magnificent
time at that ever popular resort. Mr.
Camp expects to return in a few days.
Mr. Morton Turnley came up yes yesterday
terday yesterday from Fort Meade, for an ex extended
tended extended visit with his aunt and uncle,
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Gary.
Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor will en entertain
tertain entertain quite a number of their
friends at a lovely dance at their
pretty lake side cottage this evening
in honor of their guest, Miss Led Led-better
better Led-better of Atlanta. Several couples
will go down from Ocala and a most
delightful time is anticipated.
Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Pyles and fam family
ily family have as their guest for the week
end at their home on Orange ave avenue,
nue, avenue, Mr. L. M. Hampton, a friend
from Jacksonville.
The dance given at the docks
Tuesday evening in honor of the vis visiting
iting visiting ball team was quite well attend attended,
ed, attended, there being over twenty couples
on the floor, constituting quite an
enjoyable feature of the weeks' en entertainment.
tertainment. entertainment. Clearwater News.

Miss Minnie Stovall will leave next
Friday, accompanied &y her father,
Mr. Wallace Stovall, and brother Mr.
Wallace Stovall. Jr.. for New York
City, sailing from Jacksonville with
their automobile, which they expect
to tour all throjish the New England
states anfl are anticipating a mag magnificent
nificent magnificent outing, in which their many
Ocala frieridsJoin in best wishes.
Mr. I. V. Stevens will arrive this
evening from Lakeland to spen 1 the
week end with hi- f.i :::!!; .it h-.- r-?.--

idence of Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Weath Weathers.
ers. Weathers. Mrs. Stevens, little daughter
Margaret, and their cousin. Mr.
Brantley Weathers. Jr., will return

to their home with Mr. Stevens Mon- i
day morning. j
Mrs. J. E'. Joiinson and little
daughter -Sara, accompanied bv Miss i
Vic Rayspr, left yesterday for Ashe- j
ville. N. C.. for: the remainder of the
summer. vin loute home Mrs. John-
son will visit friends in different
cities in Georgia.'
Miss Bettie Mclver will entertain
at a house party next week at idle idle-will
will idle-will on Lake Weir, tn honor of her
house guest. Miss WJllie Persons of
Orlando. Going down on Monday
will be Misses Alice ; Bullock, Minnie
Stovall. Marie Von- Engelken and
Annie Atkinson, to. remain over Fri Friday.
day. Friday. The Star received a letter this
morning from Mr. Jos. W. Dodge, in
Jacksonville, announcing that Mrs.
Dodge left Friday for Asheville, to
bring home their daughter, Miss Ade Adelaide,
laide, Adelaide, whose life is despaired of. Miss
Dodge is a bright and lovely young
lady, a general favorite in Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, and the Star joins her other

friends in hoping she may yet be re restored
stored restored to health.
Mr. Geo. L. Taylor went to St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg yesterday, where he joined
his wife, who has been visiting
friends there for the last week, and
will remain a week longer before re-

t u r n i n g, iKjffle

.Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Cordero and
their pretty baSy left todav for a
visit to the Carolinas. Mr. Cordero
must return in few daVs, but his
wife andVTbT-rrrremain until cool cooler
er cooler weather. j
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Perry are vis visiting
iting visiting friends at Orange Lake.
Mrs. H. A. Atwater, after a visit to
her former home and friends, left to today
day today for her home in Palatka.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Flinn will ac accompany
company accompany Sheriff Galloway this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon to his country place at Moss
Bluff for a week end visit.
Mrs. Judson Edwards is somewhat
better today.


(W. H. Coleman, Minister)
10 a. m. Sunday school.
11a. m. Sermon.
8 p. m. Union services. Dr.
W. H. Dodge will preach and every everybody
body everybody is cordially invited to attend.
(Rev. Jno. B. Ley, Pastor)
9:30 a. m. Bible school.
Usual services today. Union ser service
vice service at Christian church this eve evening.
ning. evening. Sermon by Dr. Dodge. Mr.
Ley will be pleased to welcome mem members
bers members of other churches whose pas pastors
tors pastors are or may be temporarily ab absent.
sent. absent. Presbyterian
(Pastor, Rev. W. H. Dodge, D. D.)
9:43 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Sermon.
Subject. '"God's Honored Ones."
3 p. m. Junior Mission Society.
S p. m. Union services at the
Christian church. Dr. Dodge will
preach the sermon.
A cordial invitation extended to
the public.

The Merchant's Cafe is a first class
place to take your meals. Open night
and day. J. R. Dewey, proprie proprietor.
tor. proprietor. 2-2S-tf

For bargains in men's wear, call
on Harley Bros., during their ten
days' sale, beginning Saturday, Aug.
9th. Entire stock going at cost..
L. W. Harley & Bro., next door to
Western Union Tel. Office. S-S-2t

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 23c; all 5c packages, 6
for 25c.
There is none Better than BLOCK'S.

Cam -Thomas Co.









Here You will Find the Best and Most Season Seasonable
able Seasonable Line of Merchandise to be Carried in
an Up-to-Date Dry Goods Store.

We would call your attention to our line of Silks
in all weights and colors. Ratines in both silk and
cotton, Linens, Pongees, Soisettee, etc.
Also in the lightweight (late summer) goods to
found here are: Crepe, Voiles, Batiste, Flaxon, Sher Sher-rette,
rette, Sher-rette, Lanare, Dimities and Lawns.
Remember we sell the reliable UC. B." Corset, the
best Niagara Maid Silk Gloves, and the best Length
Glove sold for SI.
Our selection of Bulgarian Trimmings, silk and
bands, Embroideries, Laces and other Trimmings are
Our Buyers are now in the Eastern Markets, we
will tell you more of this later.



Ocala, Flopida.



('HAPTEN NO. ill, 11. A. M.

: x:x-xxxkxxkxxx:

Uegular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13. R. A. M., on the

fourth Friday in ev ery month at j


m. C. 15. Connor. H. P.

.lake Brown. Secretary



Call up Phone 300 and Let us Give an Estimate on Your

Fort King Camp No. 14 meets in,'

Yonge's Hall at S p. m. every second
Friday. Visiting sovereigns always
welcome. J. F. Thompson, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. Ad
Next meeting Friday night. Sept. 12.

We Guarantee To Save You Money on Any Work in Our Lines

Am we employ none lut expert we are In poult Ion to guarantee ev every
ery every piece of work we coimtruet to ntaml the inflection of the moiit
rliiid iuMpeetorM. It costs nothing to cet our figure and yon are the
winner, whether we secure the contract or not. tilve nit a trial.


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I By order of the board of county
(commissioners of Marion county.

; state of Florida, notice is hereby giv-1
j en that the following names have been i
; stricken from the registration books
;of said county, and that said board of
! county commissioners of Marion
I county, state of Florida, will be in
! session at the commissioners' room
I in the Marion county court house in
' Ocala, Florida, on
Monday, the 18th Day cf August, 1913,
i at which time the said board of coun
ty commissioners win near com complaints
plaints complaints of any person whose name
shall have been wrongfully or erron erroneously
eously erroneously erased or stricken off, and if
it shall be made to appear to the sat satisfaction
isfaction satisfaction of said board that anj- name
or names have been wrongfully or er er-roneuosly
roneuosly er-roneuosly erased or stricken off of
said registration books, the said
board will, on that day, order the su supervisor
pervisor supervisor of registration to restore
such name or names to such books:
Ocala Precinct, No. 1
Abner, Jake; Austin, Andrew; An Anderson,
derson, Anderson, T. J.
Bitting, S. L.; Blitch, B. R., Jr.;
Bray, J. W.; Bozelia, Toffaletti; Bal Ballard,
lard, Ballard, I-awrence; Boyd, Mose; Burney,
Dock; Brown, G. W.; Blain, E. D.;
Baxter, H. B-: Bird, Henry; Bardin,
J. C; Blitch, H.
Carpenter, R. W.; Carr, C. B.: Col Collins,
lins, Collins, J. B.; Carlton, R. A.; Cook, B. J.;
Culbreath, C. E.; Crosby, J. W.; Cash,
Timothy; Curtis, R. M.; Chandler,
Edw. M. A.; Coffee, Lee; Christian,
Rich M.; Castell, James A.; Coleman.
Chas. W.; Castell. J. A.
Davis, Jeff; Deas, Jas. M.; Davis,
Louis; Dunn, Y. C; Dubs, C S.
Enslish, Reuben: Evins, Oliver:
Edwards, E. E.: Eichelberger, L. W.
Fluett, Ben: Feldon (or Ferdon).
Edgar: Friedman, J. L.; Frank, A.;
Fort, J. J.
Geiger, L. D.; Gable, W. J.; Gates.
H. C.; Gates, J. M.: Gadson. Jonah:
Gramling, Anderson; Gaskins,
Ym. S.; Gammage, J. C.
Harris. Y. L : Houston, James;
Hamilton. Clayburn; Hagler, H. A.:
Hocan. G. D.: Hayes. G. H.: Hull. J.
H.: Hvde. Y. F. : Hutchings, E. R.:
Halseli. M. M.; Haley, E. A.: Haley.
A. L.
Jev.ell. Chas. I.
King, W. M.
Lopez, X.; H. LaBerth: Amos, J.;
T.iiTnr.kin. John: Lovell. F. J.; Leon-
a rd. D. ; I .uci is, J. O.': LWrton. Mai-
Mills, W. L. : Morris, Pratt C: Mor Mor-san
san Mor-san S. G.: Miller. Harry: Miller, F.
W.; Marshall. J. E. : Morris, Robert;
Michael. Carolina: Morgan, S. G.;
Moore, Geo.; Moore. Wm. H.: Myers.
Walter: Marshall, Fred; Moffert, T.
M.: Murry, John: Marlowe. W. F.:
Miller, Lee: Mcllvaine, E. H.; Mc Mc-Ccnn,
Ccnn, Mc-Ccnn, Alex. Jr.: McTlvain. W. T.; Mc Mc-David.
David. Mc-David. M. W.
Nelson, R. J.
Phillip?. S. J.: Peacock. Q. E.:
Prav, John D.; Pendleton, Randall:
Powell, Jos. R.: Porter, E. T.: Palm Palmer.
er. Palmer. Harry D.: Pelot. J. W.: Paul. Pe Peter:
ter: Peter: Pierce, T. W.
Qnartfrman. J. A. Jr.
Rivers. Robert: Relf. R. V.; Ro Ro-CrV.
CrV. Ro-CrV. ("lias.: Roper, Thos.; Ruth.
Tnm T?P?or,i. Packman; Roaero, H.
Scarbcroueh. A. S.: Scarborough.
M. P.: Sutherland, J. T.: Stover, C.
P.; Shealy. Newton; Stafford. L. D. :
Smith. D. S. : Sherouse, Jno. M.: Sta Sta-ley,
ley, Sta-ley, E. C. ; Schwerin. I.: Savase. 3.
S.: Salome, B.: Savarese, Louis F. ;
Sheehy, Geo. A.: Stewart, Solomon
D. Scriven. Chas.; Shelton, Benson:
Smith, Albert P.: Stilley, S. H. : Syl Sylvester,
vester, Sylvester, J. W.
Thigpen. Simeon; Thagard, L. P.:
Townsell, Wm.
Vance, Amaziah.
Webber, P. H.: Williams. Brad Bradford;
ford; Bradford; Williams. Arthur; Wind, Wat Watson:
son: Watson: Washington, Geo.; Williams.
Nendiary; Wesley. Tom.
Youns, Walter E.
Reddick Precinct, No. 2
Real. C. W.
Hogan. E. M.; Harris, C W.
Johnson, J. J.
Kinard, D. M.
McAllister. J. S.
Spain, Owen; Spain, Albert.
Cotton Plant Precinct, No. 4
Austin, Harry: Alford, W. P.; Al Al-ford.
ford. Al-ford. H. B.
Brooks, Joseph M.
Graham. John.
H?theox. Z. P.
Jefferson, Frank; Jones, W. H.
Leigh, G. H.
Martin, S. D.; Murphy, G. R.
Russell, William.
Sullivan, J. G.; Sanders, J. W.
Trotter, J. B.
Willis. C. C; Withers, B. C; War Warren,
ren, Warren, P. J.
Romeo Precinct, No. 5
Dean, W. W.
Folks. A. S.
Henry, Charles.
Malpass, J. W.
Maulsby, Eli.
Nettles. H. B.
Riley, Rivers.
Camp Izzard Precinct, No. 6
Bell. John.
Morrison, R. J.
Shady Precinct, No. 7
Burnett, Ben; Bailey, Wm.; Brown,
J. W.
Hadsock, Wm.
Joyner, Jas. M.; Joyner, U. A.; Jar Jar-man,
man, Jar-man, W. C; Jacobs, Simmuel.
Lewis, John; Lawson, A. J.
Summer-field Precinct, No. 8
Beatty, J. D.; Billups, R. O.
Chancier, A. J.
DeEquivilley, Guy; Douglass, R. L.;
Daugherty, F. M.
Fraley, Ed: Fidler, W. F.
Heidel, J. H.
Johnson, Thos. L. ; Jones, J. D.
Kirby, L. J.; Kennedy, B. F.
Murdouah. Rov; Miller, John.
McKay, W. E.; McWhite, B. B.
Nathan, Henry.
Ormond, E. E.
Puterbaugh, J. M.
Sabb, Wm. ; Summers, Wm.
Taylor, Alex.
Varner, Gabe C.
Wineguard, A.; Wilder, N. J.; Wil Wilson,
son, Wilson, Waymon.
Lake Weir Precinct, No. 9
Cochran. J. E.; Comstock, Bert.
Dixon, John.
Hall, A. W.; Harrell. A. J.
Moore, Wm. H.; Marshall, J. R.;
Marshall, C F.
Sellers, I. L. tor J. L.)
Taylor, J. D.

Moss Bluff Precinct, ,o. 10
Clifton, A. E.
Deas, V. P.
Green, Y. R.
Hudnail. A. T.
Kemper, C. C.

Martin, Jas. P
Mathews, Gus.
Roberts, Geo.
Waterman, L. P. :
Wood. A. J.
Wood, R. F.;
Grahamvilfle Precinct. No. 11
Dudley, Jno. M.; Durst, I. E.; Dud
ley, O. H.
Fort, E. E.; Freyermuth, J. A.
Hurst, Horace.
Moorman, C. P.
McDonald. R. D.; McCarty, T. W.
Reynolds, H. A.; Richards. Jacob.
Seweil, A. A.
Tucker, J. L.
Salt Springs Precinct, No. 12
Hammond, O. S.
Fcrt McCoy Precinct No. 13
Albritton, Andrew B.; Abbott, Her Herbert;
bert; Herbert; Abbott, H. E.
Bristow, Thos. E.
Cochran, Joseph.
Hall, Will; Harris, W. H.
Johnson, Xels: Jones, J. P.
Kingsley, Gordon.
Lee. W. J.
Marsh. Arthur L.; Mahon, John H.;
Martin, S. H.
Xaylor, J. W.
McEachern, D. J.
Priest, Charlton; Parker. J. H
gram, J. H.; Perkins, Ed E.
Rawls, S. C; Rains, Thomas.
Taylor, H. A.
Waldron, M. B.; Walters, J.
Wallace, Clarence C.
Precinct No. 14
Brinson, W. H.
Dimes, Jas. F.
Herron, J. W.; Herron, W. O.
Turner, D. Y.; Turner, Geo.
Turner, J. W.: Tannay, E. M.
Wright, B. M.
Linadale Precinct, No. 15
Booth, J. B.
Ervin, R. B.
Gandy, W. A.
Hudson, Jas. H.
Sims, James.
Willis, Merrit.
Citra Precinct, No. 16
Aliment, H. C.
Burney, Van; Burney, X.
Crooker, W. W.
Desaco, Arthur.
Fleming, J. W.
Griffith, F. T.
Hall. Thos. J.; Hall. David:, Holli
day, R. W.; Heath, Julius: Jones, P.

James, Henry; Johnson, A. L.;Y

Martin, W. H.; Marsh, Samuel;
M.unroe, Frank; Mitchell, Noble.
Powell, W. C: Powell, Ben.
Robinson, Carious.
Sherouse. E. O. : Sherouse, S. L.
Wilson. W. T.; Williams, Henry.
Anthony Precinct, No. 17
Ambrose, Thomas.
Butler, Chester; Bovd, J. T.; Boon.
A. C.
Carpenter, W. R.
Daffron, C. T.
Hewett, J. M.; Hilton, G. W.; Hoff Hoffman,
man, Hoffman, Gilbert; Helton, S. L.
James, Miller; Jones. D. A.
Kelly, r. O.
I.ufmsr,, Chas.
.Morrison. W. E. ; McRae, H. C.
x uiipot. T. G.
Robertson, James.
Seslfr, Scabe: Shealey, E. A.; Swin Swindle.
dle. Swindle. W. H.; Simomns, Louis.
Weeks, C C; Wilkes, H. G.: With With-erspoon,
erspoon, With-erspoon, Wm.; Williams, T. W.
Martin Precinct, No. 18
Atkinson, T.
! Bidding, I?aac: Bennett. Ed: prad
le5-, B. : Blair, Jas. P.
Glover, G. W.
Johnson, Kassell.
Kinsler, Wesley.
Mazon, John.
Powell, G. W.
Richey, J. K.
Thompson, R. L.
Williams, Wm.; Williams, J.
Wells, H. S.
Stanton Precinct,. No. 19
Allen, Robert.
Bishop, L. K.
Hector, Parish.
Kelsey, R. A.
Leavengood, A. J.
Waterman, C- F. N
Blitchton Precinct, No. 20
Blitch, G. M.
Campbell, Rayshard; Curry, C. C;
Contrair, Gus.
Horn, Joe M.
Johnson. David; Jones, Wm. M.
Mills, Elbert.
Xeal, J. T.
Osteen. G. A.
Plummer, Joseph.
Rawls, C. C, Jr.; Richard, Geo. M.
Sistrunk, T. J.
Thomas, Nelson.
Williams. Milo.
Belleview Precinct, No. 21
Anderson, C. T.
Davis. Chas. P.; Daniels, Ben.
Gillpsnip T p annkhv Prpstnn

Glvmp, J. D. Savage, M. D.: Shepard, W. F.;
Hyman. Xathan; Haines. Geo. H.;Schuboe, F.; Sibley, Hannon; Sibley,
Hames, Wm. Edward; Hellen, Glan-'H.; Starling. A. R.: Spivey, A. F.;
nis. iSwindall, D. E.; Spell, J. E.
" "l Watkins, H. J.; Witter, B. A.;
Kejes, Dc.v:d. KvnHo v. T Wvrhe. A. J.: Watson,

.uorer, samuei; .Minson, wm. n.
T r. , !1 1 TT TT
McClendon. G. R.
Ridge. R. C: Rickards, Henry.

Stuckman, William; Stanlej", Dan-!j-iel
D.; Shade, O. S.; Schram, Ed- j
ward. j
Williams, Xoble. j
Mcintosh Precinct, No. 22 j
Burgin, Fred A.

Collins, E. P.; Cassels. L. J.; Cam-
eron. J. S.; Cameron, W. B
man, L. H.
Green, Jas. F.
Hester, T. B.; Hale, Ben K.
Kennedy, W. E.
Morrow, J. J.; McCarley, J. W.
Pagan, J. A.
Rush, J. L.; Reynolds, G. S.
Scott. C O.; Scott, W. A.; Ste Stephens,
phens, Stephens, J. "W.
Turner, Will.
Whittington. W. E.; Willis, Dan Q.:
Waters, J. H.; Ward, John; Warren.
John. j
Pedro Precinct. No. 23 j
Denmark. K.
Lovell. W. H.
Searcy, P. B.; Shaw, Dan. j
Dunnellon Precinct. No. 24 i
Alford. W. A.; Austin. G. F.
Brooks, J. B.: Butler, John: Bellah.
J. C; Brass. J. H.; Barksdale, M. U:
Baker. J. F.; Barksdale. G. P.; Ben Bennett,
nett, Bennett, W. S.; Bellah. G. W. Jr. Bos-1
tick. W. O.; Bonham. T. F.; Brooks.
H. B.; Brown, W. A.; Bmmmels. W.

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Cargle, Jim; Chitty, C- J.; Caldwell,
R. X.: Crews, A. B. ; Caldwell, R. N.;
Callahan, W. L. ; Clayton, Stephen;
Cooper, Robert.
i Dynard, F. L.; Dennis, J. J.; Duke,
S. V- Tin vail. E Deveneau. O. S,
Dawsett, J. H. ; Dickson, Sancho;
Donalson, Geo.
Foster, R. H.; Fort, W. C; Foster,
J. M. : Fowler, A. P.; Fussell. G. A.;
burguson, M. L. ; 1-olse, l. l.; i- ran::
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I Gamble, John, Jr.; Gamble, W. E.;
jGainey, R. C; Godwin. H. B.; Gra Gra-'ham,
'ham, Gra-'ham, Geo. E.; Garnett, W. X.; Gross,
Wm. A.
i Hill, Wash; Hill, Cornelius: Harp,
; I. J.; Hopkins, C. L-; Holt, J. A.; Hol Hol-;leman,
;leman, Hol-;leman, Fred; Hart, C B.; Houston,
j Walter E. ; Hawkins, Sam; Hender Hender-json,
json, Hender-json, Bill.
! Jackson, Frank; Johnson, C. A.;
! Johnson, Frank; Jacobs, Hardy; Jen Jen-ikins,
ikins, Jen-ikins, Joe: Jones, Geo. W.
Klein. B.; Koon. H.; Keaton,
W. C; Kingsberry, W. P.
Lumbard, E. E.; Lyles, J. O.; Lowry,
W. F.; Lucky, W. M.; Iowrie, C. T.
Manuel, J. A.: Moseley, Solomon:
Means, T. E.; Mizelle. G. C: Mul Mul-draw,
draw, Mul-draw, B. P.; Mott, S. E. ; Morace,
Tom: Morrison, Merritt.
McDonald. F. A.; McDonald, J. F.;
McMIchael, A. C
Xoler, L. M.; Xobles, X. A.
I Pearm, A. J.; Pearson, E. L.; Peter Peter-iman,
iman, Peter-iman, H. J. P.: Perry, L. D.
Ray. Thos. W., Jr.; Rubin, M.; Riv Riv-jers,
jers, Riv-jers, C. A.; Roberts, James; Rizy. A.
M.: Robinson, Rout. : KoDinson. wing.
J. M Wilson, J. M.: Willis, J. H.;
Williams. C. R.: Williams, Stewart;
Warren, Thomas, Washington, Jno.
Wordsworth. Geo.
Candler Precinct, No. 25
Caldwell. J. I
Evans. R. J.
McKinney, J. Y.
Pritchett, T. E.
Tillis, J. W.
Sparr Precinct, No. 26
Ambrose. Samuel.
Bryan. Chas.
Davis, John; Drain, Johna.
Evans, Alex.
Gary, Jno. G.; Gadson, Sam.
Harris, Nick: Hartley, E. J.; How Howell,
ell, Howell, Alex: Huxford, C.
Ivins, A. G.
Jackson. Fate: James. Jno.; James.
j Richard; James, J. A. R.; Jamet. E.
Kennedv. Geo. Sr
Lee, T. E.
Madden. J. M.: Meadows, E. B.
McDonald. A. L.
Parrish, J. J.
Thomas, Frank P.
Levcn Precinct, No. 23
Culpepper, J. G.
Goodwin. A. N".
Hicks. J. Y.
Lawrence, J. T. ; Lodero, John.
McGuire. C. F.
Pritchett. M. B.
Smith. Fred: Stringer, G. C.


Ward, James; Walters, J. S.; Ward,
T. F.
Kendrick Precinct, No. 29
Lotz, Henry; Lemon, Wm.
McCihougb, Jesse.
Srckinger, L. J.
Vance, Chas.
Whitehurst. Y. J.
Martel Precinct. No. 30
Adams, Sams; Austin, Chippie.
Bevel, Alexander; Beatty, 11. B. ;
Beasley, J. C; Bird, W. H.; Beasley,
C. W.
Dorsey, Sims.
Hemming, E. D. ; Huggins, W
: nemming, j. y.
Fairfield Precinct, No. 31
Britt, C. T.
Griffith, W. B. ; Godron, Isaac.
Hodge. W. A.; Hill, Ben.
Ivy, W. T.; Ivy, C. P.
Marston, J. J.
Sherman, Jno.
Tate, H. W.
Wilson, W. L.; Washington, Geo.
Geiger Precinct, No. 32
Dunn, D. R.
Floyd, Silson; Floyd, Martin.
Jones, L. J.; Jones, Alonzo.
Murry, Wesley.
Rhodes, Chas. M.
Smith, Lawrence; Sullivan, A. C.
Done by order of the board of coun coun-tv
tv coun-tv commissioners in regular session
on the Sth day of August, A. D., 1013.
Signed: P. H. XUGEXT,
Clerk of the Said Board of County
Commisioners of Marion County,
Signed: D. M. BARCO.
Supervisor Registration of Marion.
County, Florida. ad $-9.
Notice i. hereby jriven that I, the
undersigned commi.ssioner, under an3
bv virtue of an order, made and fnter fnter-ed
ed fnter-ed on the 8th day of August, 1913. by
the Honorable V. K. Smith. Judse of
probate, in and for Marion count-.
Florida, in the matter of the applica application
tion application of D. A. Smith, administrator of
the estate of A. L. Barber, deceased,
for an order to .ell certain lands be belonging
longing belonging to the said estate, I will offer
for sale and sell to the highest and
bpt bidder for cash at the west door of
the court house in Ocala, Marion
county, Florida. between the legal
hours of sale on
Monday, tbe Mk day off September, 11S
the following described real estate, to to-wit:
wit: to-wit: Lots 7 and 8 of block 2 of subdivis subdivision
ion subdivision of blocks 3 and 4 of Allred's addi addition
tion addition to Ocala. Fla., and all appurten appurtenants
ants appurtenants thereto.
Thi? 8th day of August. 1913.
8-&-dly at sat Commissioner.
Application for Tax Deed Under
ectlon oi inapirr 4',,s
Lawn of Florida
Notice is hereby given that D. B.
I Mathews, purchaser of tax certincate
No. i". aate'i tie ra aay oi June, a.
D. 1907, has filed said certificate in my
office, and has made application for tax
leed to issue in accordance with law.
!aid certificate embraces the following
I iescribed property situated In Marion
countv. Floriia, to-wit: .Nei or w'4
of sec 24. tp 13 s. r 20 e. The said land
einz assessed at the date of the ii-
'-uance of such certificate In the name
'it "Susan Williams. Unless said certi-
icate shall be redeemed according to
".aw. -x dee.l vi!l isuQ thereon the
:6th i-.y of Ai-;r-'. A. D. 1913.
Witr?s T.y o;fi?iaI signature and
ai this the 23th dav of Julv. A. D.
Vn3. ?eal) P. H. NUGENT.
Tlerk Circu't C'Durt Marion County,
Floriia- 7-26-Sat






A Novel by
Albert Payson Terhune

Founded on
William C de Mille's Play
of the same name

Coprrtslst 1912. Thi Bobbs-Merrill Co.. by special
arntDgemeDt wttb U ixsiliUe Pub yiuBg Co.


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
firl at the Hotel Keswick, Washington, is
loved by Tom Blake, son of the political
boss of the house. He proposes marriage
and is rfused.
CHAPTER III She gives as one of th
reasons her determination to get reveng
on Jim Blake for ruining her father, Con-
fressman Frank E. Kelly. Congressman
tandish, turned insurgent, is lighting the
Mullins bill, a measure in the interests
of the railroads. The machine is seeking
means to discredit Standish in the hope
of pushing the bill through.
CHAPTER IV Robertson, son-in-law of
Jim Blake and the latter's candidate for
speaker of the house, tries to win Stan Standish
dish Standish over, and failing, threatens to dig
Into his past.
CHAPTER V Jim Blake finds out
about the episode of five years back at
the northern New York hotel. He se secures
cures secures all the facts except the name of
the Woman and proposes to use the story
as a club to force Standish to allow the
Mullins bill to pass.
CHAPTER VI Tom Blake and his fath father
er father have a family row over the father's
Eolltical theories. Jim Blake sends for

nothing's left but the phone. Me'ii
call her up. YouH get Uie number.
And then it'll be a cinch for your men
to find the Woman's name in no time,
and all about her. The full story story-names
names story-names and all can be circulated on
the floor as soon as the house sits, to tonight
night tonight And good-by then to Mr.
"Say!" drawled Blake in genuine ad admiration.
miration. admiration. "You've sure got a brain.
We'll have to get you In the secret
service. Or, if you want a job in my
office at double what you're getting
here but we can talk about all that
afterward. Will?"
"You're sure the number will give
you the clue to the Woman?"
"And don't you think one little hun hundred
dred hundred dollars i3 a pretty cheap price
to pay for information that will bring
you millions?"
Sheer innocence had reached its
towering acme the summit whereon




The Trap.
For a moment Blake did not an answer.
swer. answer. Nor could Wanda read anything
from his utterly expressionless face.
Then he said:
"Do you know why I did that?"
"Probably," replied Wanda gravely,
"because you wanted Mr. Standish to
come here."
He eyed her searchingly. But her
lace gave no sign that her reply had
been intended as impertinence.
"H'm!" he vouchsafed. "You're a
bright girl."
"Thank you, sir," sh replied de demurely.
murely. demurely. Again he glanced at her moveless
features in quick doubt. Then, evi evidently
dently evidently making up his mind, he went
"You heard the story I was telling
those men over there? The story
about Standish and the Woman?"
"I I happened to catch part of it."
"You happened to catch every word
of it," he corrected. "And now, why
do you suppose I told such an all-important
secret loud enough for a tele

phone girl to hear it?"
"That's just what I've been wonder wondering,"
ing," wondering," she said frankly. "But I can't
figure it out."
. "Then I'll tell you." retorted Blake,
nodding approval at her unembarrass unembarrassed
ed unembarrassed candor. "What's the one thing we
need to turn that story from a windy
piece of campaign gossip into the dead deadliest
liest deadliest weapon ever forged in Washing Washington?"
ton?" Washington?" "The Woman's name," replied Wan Wanda,
da, Wanda, at once.
"Good!" applauded Blake. "You've

got a real brain under that metal re receiver
ceiver receiver you wear. You seem to have
thi3 situation worked out as clear as I
have. Maybe, now, you can gaess
what that Woman's name is worth to
us. How about it?"
Wanda rolled her big eyes ceil ceil-Ingward
Ingward ceil-Ingward after the manner of a stupid
child who seeks in space the answer
to a teacher's question.
"Maybe maybe a a million dol dollars,"
lars," dollars," she hazarded timidly, at length.
Blake grinned appreciation of the
bit of acting, and was not in the very
least deceived by It as Wanda had
perfectly well known he would not be.
"Nothing stingy about your ideas,
young lady!" he commented. "Maybe
I'd better put them straight. Do you
want make a hundred dollars?"
"A hundred dollars?" she echoed in
a wide-eyed wonder of innocence that
Saint Cecelia at her best could not
possibly have equaled. "A whole hun hundred
dred hundred dollars? Why, how could a poor
telephone operator like me make so
much money?"
"Here's the idea," replied Blake,
wearying of matching a cudgel against
a hatpin, and coming straight to the
pith of the matter. "I've sent for
Standish to come here because I want
to have a talk with him. When I'm
through, I'll go away. And the chances
are that he'll go straight to the tele

phone and call up some one. It's that
'some one's' number I want."
"Oh!" exclaimed Wanda, smiling
brightly at her own comprehension.
"And that's worth a hundred dollars?"
"Yes. And if you can hear what he
says on the phone I'll make it two
For an instant the innocent wonder wondering
ing wondering smile again illumined Wanda's up upturned
turned upturned face. Then, like Blake, she
evidently wearied of futile word-fencing,
for she said, incisively:
"I "see. I've got the idea. YouH
spring this story of the Woman on
him. Youll make him think you've
almost got her in your net You'll try
to scare him into hustling to the near nearest
est nearest telephone and warning her. He'll
know you're having him watched. So
he won't dare to go to her in person
with his warning or send her a letter.
He's got too much sense for that. And
a telegram would be too risky. So

"Miss Kelly," Said Jim, "Will You
Kindly Connect Me With the Hotel
rests pure wisdom. Blake regarded
the girl from under his bushy brows.
"Well?" he demanded, "if a 'whole
hundred dollars' has shrunk so quick quickly
ly quickly into a 'little hundred dollars,' what
price strikes you as fair?"
"Let's see!" pondered innocence's
fair apostle, "how about ten thousand
"Ten thousand dollars!" repeated
Blake. "Rot! Ten thousand dollars
for for one measly telephone num number!"
ber!" number!" "No!" contradicted Wanda, and her
voice and face were like chilled steel,
"for a victory that saves your leader leadership
ship leadership of the machine, that puts your
son-in-law in the speaker's chair, that
smashes your enemy and that means
millions of dollars to you! That's
what the telephone number means to
you, Mr. Blake. That and a man's
career a woman's shame a girl's
self-respect. Throw all that into the
balance and the price won't look so
"My dear young lady," counseled
Blake with his most fatherly air, "be "believe
lieve "believe me when I warn you that there
is such a thing as being just a trifle
too ambitious. Still, there's no time to
argue. Standish ought to be here by
now. Shall we say a thousand dol dollars?"
lars?" dollars?" "I I"ll have to think it over," said
Wanda confusedly. "And, anyway,"
she added, "there's no use making a
price till I've got what you want, is
there? Besides," with an easy lapse
into sweet innocence, "Mr. Standish
seems to be such a nice man. It's a
pity to"
"Oh, he's a nice man," laughed
Blake. "Hell's full of 'nice men.' But
there's no time, now, to haggle about
prices. You get that number for me,
and you won't lose by it. And every
word you can overhear is worth a
three-carat diamond. Steady there!
He's coming."
Standish came toward the switch switchboard,
board, switchboard, from the dining-room whither
a page had at last tracked him. He
saw a most unruffled telephone girl
absorbed in a novel. Jim Blake was

leaning negligently against the switch switchboard
board switchboard rail, looking with dreamy half half-shut
shut half-shut eyes along the nearly deserted
corridor. Standish hurried across to
"Some one wants me on the phone?"
he asked.
"No," drawled Blake, before the
girl could reply. "Some one wants
you over there in the amen corner for
a minute or two, if you can spare the
time. I took the liberty of sending
that message about your being wanted
on the phone, because," leading the
way to the amen corner, "I have a mat matter
ter matter of private business to talk over
with you."
"Private business?" echoed the puz puzzled
zled puzzled Standish, instinctively following
Blake to the corner. "Private busi business?
ness? business? Between you and me?"

Blake looked at him with gentle
pity, then shook his head.
"My boy," said he, "the game is up.
The whole show is over. We've found
out all about that pretty little affair
of five years ago."
"What affair?" asked Standish, un unmoved.
moved. unmoved. "Please explain. My time is
"If you're referring to your time in
politics, it is. It ends tonight. There!
There! Don't get huffy. You've got
nerve all right I grant you that
What affair,' hey? Why, the affair
with the Woman whom you registered
as your wife, under the name of
Fowler, at a country hotel up in New
York state. That's all. Hardly worth
mentioning, hey?"
As he had talked, Blake had let

his gaze wander over the ceiling, the
j walls anywhere except at Matthew
' Standish. Yet he had missed not ope

aetail of the younger man's expres expression.
sion. expression. There was nothing, however, to
be read in that expression. Standish's
heavy face was mask-like, blank, save
for a faint tinge of polite bewilder bewilderment
ment bewilderment But Blake was far too wise a reader
of men to go by the sign in a face. He
let his mildly wandering glance shift,
as if by accident, to Standish's hands.
They were tight-clenched. So tight
that the knuckles showed white from
the convulsive pressure.
"Another campaign yarn," smiled
Standish, and his voice was as inex inexpressive
pressive inexpressive as his face. "Isn't it rather
old-fashioned to spring lies of that
sort? The public doesn't stand for
them nowadays. Proofs are needed."
"Really?" drawled Blake. "Why,
Standish, sometimes your knowledge
of up-to-date conditions simply daz dazzles
zles dazzles me. That's what it does. Daz Dazzles
zles Dazzles me."
"And now pursued Standish,
turning to go.
"And now," echoed Blake, "we've
got you with the goods. Don't bluff,
man. No bluff ever won a penny after
the cards were laid face upward. And
they're face upward now. You know
what I mean. And you know we've
got you dead to rights. Five years
ago you spent a week with a woman at
a hotel whose proprietor can and will
identify you. Any expert can swear
that the registered name, 'Fowler,' is
in your handwriting. It was in March.
Congress was still in session. But
you gave out word that you'd gone to
the mountains to rest We've got the
dates. We've got ever fact proved.
Man, can't you see I'm trying to help
you? Give me a chance to."
Standish, his face still a mask, was
staring at the floor. At last he raised
his eyes the dark tired eyes in whose
depths Self and Love and Happiness
had so long ago burned out And turn turning
ing turning to Blake, he said evenly:
"So you have dug all that up, have
you? I might have expected It In
fact I have expected it. But it hasn't
worried me. Because you can't harm
me with such a story."
"No?" asked Blake, with real inter interest
est interest "Why not?"
"You know perfectly well why not"
answered Standish, "the story won't
amount to the paper you would print
it on unless you can supply the name
of the Woman. And you can't do
"What makes you think we can't
supply the Woman's name?" demand demanded
ed demanded Blake. "What makes you think
we haven't found her?"
"Because," began Standish; then he
checked himself and said somewhat
lamely, "because I have good rea reasons
sons reasons for knowing you haven't."
"H'm! Still keep as close in touch
with her as all that? Mark's detectives
must be foolish-house graduates. Well,
I'll admit we haven't found her yet.
But we will before midnight. You left
some pretty easy clues and they're be being
ing being followed. That's the trouble with
a man who has something to hide.
He'll lock and double-bar nine doors
to discovery; and leave the tenth wide
open with a 'Welcome' sign over it.
And that's just what you did. Why,
son," he went on, noting Standish's
half-tmile of incredulity, "if I wasn't
dead sure of getting her, would I be
such a fool as to tell you all this? And
whatever else Jim Blake's been called,
no one's yet tied 'fool" to his name. I
tell you once more, we'll have her
name by midnight at the very latest.
Of course she doesn't know we're
tracking her," he continued, chuckling
as at his own shrewdness. "I've seen
to it that she. hasn't the slightest sus-r
picion. And that makes our work all
the easier. She doesn't know. And
there's no one to warn her. It's a
His voice trailed off into a self-satisfied
laugh. Nor was the laugh wholly
assumed. For he saw Standish's
hands slowly clench again. And a few
beads of sweat were beginning to
show themselves upon the insurgent's

(Continued Tomorrow)
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