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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Subjects / Keywords:
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. 20.
NO. 61
Butchered by a Man Whom He Had!
Ik-friended Ghastly Tragedy
Near Groveland
Walter Coachman i Ready to Invent ;
Heavilj; in the Future of





Deire Everybody to Turn Out and
Put in a I$i, Jolly Work Working
ing Working Day
Will Don His Overalls and Let No
Man Exceed Him in Work
Editor Star: In connection with
how they built roads at Morrilton,
Ark., and the recent article in your
paper how it was done in Michigan,
and thus we lind these requite being
reached in all parts of the west and
north. What in the matter with our
Southern people, too lazy, too indif indifferent,
ferent, indifferent, or what? Let our people in
Marion county wake up and we can
soon have the best roads all over
the entire county if we will only
come together and work.
I want to begin first on the Blitch Blitch-ton
ton Blitch-ton road, and build one of the best,
right up to the county line. Let us
have the people from Willistou and
all along that section coming to
Ocala instead of going elsewhere, as
well' as wanting to cut off a part of
grand old Marion and make another.
Who will be the first man to start
the ball a rolling? We want men,
we want women; we want wagons,
teams, tools and then let us set a day
to begin and not let up until this road
is built through and when I say
buflt, I mean it; no makeshift, but
the best road in the county. Now citi citizens
zens citizens contiguous to the road wake up,
join me and I will work night and
day to make thi3 road project a suc success.
cess. success. I know the commissioners will
put the combined road machinery at
our service. I believe our 'city of officials
ficials officials will join in the movement. Let
our merchants, banks, everybody
shut up shop, take a holiday and let
us build this road. Wipe out all old
scores, cement our bonds so strong strongly,
ly, strongly, renew our life-long friendship,



TMeny ?-jv7 2Jn cr's a pleasure toj-j about 5 T ?t'K SSxw-


break down every barrier, surmount

every obstacle and keep as we now
have the best, county in the state.
Will you do it?
I put it square up to everybody.
No one is left out. Suspend our
newspapers and let us have the big biggest
gest biggest road building in the history of
the south. Think of it, yeomanry of
Marion, 800o people building 300
miles of hard surfaced road in one
day in Michigan. We can build this
road from Ocala to the county line
in one day if we want to, if we will
only get together and do it. Think
of it, the publicity Marion county
will get throughout the United
States will be worth more than ten
days of such work. The eyes of the
world are on Florida. We are
handling inquiries from all parts

the Union and Canada. Now let a SPOts in the yard. He then got a
make Marion county the great star i; v-agon and hauled the body of the
of the empire. We have the lands, ldead raan to aad into tne lake5 as far
the soil, the climate to invite themias possible with a wagon, then got
to, for if a man can't succeed here in !out and towed it to where ne ank it
Marion county, with her agricultural !to the bottom of the lake,
resources, then he can't make good j The skull was broken on both

on earth.

Here's your opportunity to boost, jstrument possibly like a pitchfork
to show what kind of stuff you are! the head had been stabbed from
made out of, whether you want your I the back, nearly coming through the
county and city to prosper, to stand j face and a .US-caliber bullet found its
out separate and alone from all j way through the top of the head,
others, in a class to itself, with true having the appearance of having been
manhood and womanhood back of it. 'fired while the body was down.
Then rally and let us get behind this At the inquest "held by Justice
movement, appoint our meeting! Free it was in evidence that Davis

point, organize and get down to bus-
in e?
Oar good women will meet
us, put your automobiles, your teams,
yourself and jour clerks, your labor laborers,
ers, laborers, your whole energy into this and

we will win. ( I will lead the way, Brown was remanded to jail with with-work
work with-work as long and as hard as any one. out bail.
My every energy, thought and en-
deavor is for Marion county first, j FLITCH Kit WANTS RURAL

Ocala last and both together. Who i
will be the first to meet me?
J. D. Rooney, Sec'y.
Marion County Board of Trade.
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.

11. A horrible
murder was committed last week
about four miles northeast of Grove Grove-llaad.
llaad. Grove-llaad. J John Brown, a Swede, about
twentv-one vears old. and Fred W.
; Davi3 aged about fiftyf glept togelher
Ion the fatal night, but how the mur
der was first discovered is not made
clear. At any rate, a bloody axe was
found, and Deputy Sheriffs Lenton
and Revells unearthed the body of
Davis in a small lake, in about fif fifteen
teen fifteen feet of water, weighted with
two railroad angle plates. Sheriff
Smyth was apprised of the circum circumstances
stances circumstances in the case, and was soon on
the spot and arrested John Brown,
who tells the following:
That he was sleeping with Davis,
and that the latter committed sui suicide;
cide; suicide; that fearing he would be ac accused
cused accused he decided to remove all signs
of a death. That he burned all the
bloody clothes, even cutting a bloody
portion of the bed-ticking away,

Tavares, Au:

ofitnrowing sand on aII blood-stained

sides of the head and with some in-
was dead when shot, so if this be
true, the dead man could not have
shot himself. Brown had $D on his
person, which he says Davis gave
Washington, Aug. 10. Senator D.
U. Fletcher of Florida has introduc introduced
ed introduced a bill which would provide for a
system of local rural banks to meet
essentials of a banking system for
rural population, which he main maintains
tains maintains cannot be met by a commercial
banking system.

If Your Specialty Is Pipe Dreams, Join Without Delay.

I Jacksonville. Aug. 11. Walter F.
! Coachman, chairman of the board of

i directors of the Consolidated Naval;
; Stores Company, and owner of vai-
juable St. John's river frontage at!
'Commodore's Point, was the central
! figure about whom the board of port
! commissioners revolved last week on
j behalf of the owners of the site to
ifnkp si nnn nun nf tha Hnnri o
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guaranteed par value, if the board
could purchase Commodore's Point
for dock purposes. This would pay
for the land and leave 1250,000 for
Incidentally, Mr. Coachman pre predicted
dicted predicted that if Jacksonville becomes
the naval stores center of the coun country,
try, country, the cotton business of the coun country
try country will be brought here.
Laiidham, Md., Roasts a New Variety
of Liar
Landham, Md., Aug. 11. Beans,
large and juicy, of the lima variety,
cocked with a delicacy that would
suit the palate of an epicure, are be-
ing gathered from the vine in a truck
r-if Inn
wiiuani wiiiiams possessea a gar
den containing this "cooked bean
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How the growing beans
bcame to be cooked is thus related by
He was afraid the vine.:- might
be destroyed by storm if he allowed
them to climb on ordinary poles. He
had planted several rows, each about
a r!ty square in length, and to guard
against the blowing down of the
po'.es stretched wire between
tbem. Lightning struck !he wires J
and cooked the beans. William and j
h's family do the rest.
Heroine of Thaw-White Scandal Al Al-most
most Al-most Driven to Work
New York, Aug. 11. Evelyn Nes Nes-Mt
Mt Nes-Mt Thaw, Harry K. Thaw's wife, hai:
f'.led a voluntary petition in bank
riiptcy in the federal district court
Her liabilities she schedules as $S, $S,-054;
054; $S,-054; her assets as $250, represented
by household furniture. Her chief
creditors, she states, are a woman's
tailoring establishment, to w.aom she
owes $3,864 for gowns, and a firm of
siiversmiths, who recently obtained


thf: mf:xicax
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a judgment of $2,509 against her.
j -Mrs- Tiiaw is doing a turn in a
vaudeville" house where her success;

uas no been as pronounced as herj""1 era cruz ana as
! ,Viends had Predicted. It is under- Peacefully Received When

stood, however, that she has an iron-j
clad contract which insures her a big
income for manv weeks ver.
prudf:s too plentiful

IN ST. PF:tf:rsi$URG pade to bring on war with Mexico.
"In my deliberate opinion, there is
St. Petersburg, Aug. 11. Much nou an crsanized and syndicated ef-
excitement was created" here over the!fort to brins about war between the
picture which appeared on the first CniteJ States aad Mexico," said. he,

RV LIGHTXrXGlPase of a Tampa paper, and efforts!

were made to have thP issiip S!ln.
pressed in this city, the police being

appealed to. The picture showed thejani not a11 of k Mexican money."

latest thing in silhouette gowns,
worn by a young woman at Conev Isl-
j anfj
Another picture that stirred
j things up was on ca
being sent out bv t
lendars which are
he St. Petersburg!
investment Company. These show a

I girl in a red bathing suit that fits herjStates and -MexIco benS probably

! closelv.
St. Petersburg, Fla., Aug. 11.
Clad in an evening gown which con conceals
ceals conceals her figure except for the well well-rounded
rounded well-rounded shoulders, Miss September
Morn now stands in the window of!
the Prather studio and hopes to pass
the censorship of the police. Mr.
Prather put clothes on the figure
Saturday, and now is waiting to see
"ucl"cl Lilc i'' ''Iie,
fere with the display of the famous
i:ouxdf:d up a holy roller
Kissimmee, Aug. 10
that W. T. Blackerby is a man want
ied in California for the murder
five persons, ex-Sheriff Charles Pre Pre-vatt,
vatt, Pre-vatt, of this city caused his arrest
here yesterday.
uiacKeruy came to this city some
time ago and became one of a clan
! known as the "Holy Rollers" that
i have practiced their religion in this
section for the past few months.


' W w
He Landed
Washington, Aug. 11. Senator
Williams of Mississippi declares he
believes an organized effort is being
U1 a uoy nere. ana
"'5iCU uu sjuuicaieu inrougu
newspapers, with money behind it
aslFrance Expects America and Mexico
to F'ight
Paris, Aug. 11. All dispatches
from Mexico published in France de describe
scribe describe a rupture between the United
close at hand. Comment on the Mex
ican situation is sparse. It recognizes
the difficult responsibilities of the the-United
United the-United States and suggests that the
peace policies of President Wilson
iand Secretary Bryan are likely to
disappear in the presence of realities.
Lind .Made an Undisturbed Landing
Vera Cruz, Aug. 10. John Lind,
5" frinl ptivnv 1 n Atpvinn nrrivo l lmro
!vp.pri,, v x ,rnH -tw.i nn
the pier, but there was no hostile
demonstration. Local officials, act
ing on instructions from Mexico City,.
Ihad issued orders to prevent a deni-
3Ir. Lind Won't lie Molested
Mexico City, Aug. 11. The Mexi Mexican
can Mexican foreign minister, Manuel Garsea
i Aldape, issued a statement yesterday
that "Mr. Lind, like any foreigner,
may pass through the country with without
out without molestation."
"There should exist no fear re respecting
specting respecting the security of foreigners,'
he said.
China and glassware at very low
!rriees, to make room for new Sx-
-tures, at the Murray Co. S-S 3t
(Copyright, 1913, Joseph B. Bowles)
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K. of P. meet tonight.

Elks meet tomorrow evening.

Oil Fellows meet tomorrow night.

Board of Trade Wednesday night.

Ioose meet Tuesday evening.

Loose leaf books of all kinds at
The Murray Co. 8-7-3 1

Dr. Chace returned from his visit
to Tampa Saturday night.

Typewriter ribbons for all style
machines at The Murray Co. 8-8-3t

Fresh buttermilk every day at the
Postoffice Drugstore. 6-24-tf

Master Jake Goldman left Sunday
for Asheville, N. C, where he will
enter Bingham Military college.

The ladies' hose without a seam
Burson. At Little's Shoe Parlor. ll-4t

This is Secretary Rooney's birth birthday.
day. birthday. We don't know what his
friends will do with him, but when
we were his age our friends used to
give us a forty-motherpower spank
for the snows of every summer we
had seen. The snows were in Green Greenland,
land, Greenland, but the spanks were where
they would do the most good.

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

Mr. H .F. Altman, who visited his
Ocala friends Sunday, says the Irvine
Crate and Basket Mill is at work
full time again.

The ladies' hose without a seam
Burson. At Little's Shoe Parlor. ll-4t

OR, W. K. LAXE Specialist, Eye
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office Law
-Library Building, Ocala. Adv.
:Mt. E. M. Rugg, of Barnes City,
Iowa, was a visitor in the city Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, being enroute to Lakeland and
.'St- Petersburg, where he has proper proper-:ty
:ty proper-:ty interests.

Mr. R. T. Adam3, proprietor of the
'Ocala House, left yesterday for a bus business
iness business trip to Atlanta, where he is ex-

ttensively intexeste3'--in-jeal estate,

Conductor E. Tj Spencer and jfam jfam-ily
ily jfam-ily have moved into their new house
Kin North Ocala. it i3 a pretty ind

spacious bungalow, with a
spread of shadejand verandah

a wide

Something should be 'done at once
for the primary school grounds.
They are overgrown with weeds, and
besides looking badly, are breeding
spots and harbors for mosquitoes.

Mr. Grover McClure spent Sunday
at Lake Weir as the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. 'J. G. Spurlin at their pretty
ftome on the north side.

The neptf state attorney, Mr. Geo.
W. Schofleld,(vas in town today and
made the Star an appreciated call,
ordering the Evening Star mailed to
hi3 address. l-Schofield received
his colnmissionyesterday, which was
issued and, dated August 8th.

We receive a shipment of these de delicious
licious delicious candies every week and it is
kept on ice. They need no intro introduction.
duction. introduction. We are at your service.
Phone 2S4. The Court Pharmacy. 7 6t

The Southern Settlement and De Development
velopment Development Organization will have a
live meeting in Gainesville Saturday.
Secretary Rooney is one of the lead leaders
ers leaders in the work, and he and a num number
ber number of other Ocala citizens will at attend
tend attend the meeting.

Mrs. Hollinrake is improving and
is able to sit up for a while each day.
Mr. Fryer, who was operated on a
few days ago, is improving.
Miss Lois Dame was taken to the
hospital yesterday for treatment for
malarial fever.

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

A few odd sizes in ladies' slippers
at bargain prices. Little's Shoe Par Parlor.
lor. Parlor. Only a few left, so come at
once. S-ll-4t

Mr. H. M. Hampton was confined
to his bed yesterday and Saturday
with a malarial attack.

Mr. A. W. DeCamp left today for
Lake City, where he has moved the
equipment of the Sanitary Laundry
and will in the future operate it. His
many Ocala friends wish him every
success in his new location.

Messrs. J. A. Bouvier, Ernest Col Colby
by Colby and Frank Newport have been ap appointed
pointed appointed appraisers of the property of
the Lake Weir Sand Company, a
bankrupt, and made a tour of inspec inspection
tion inspection Saturday afternoon. Their re report
port report will be made to the referee in a
few days.

One of the most common ailments

that hard working people are afflict

ed with Is lame back. Apply Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Liniment twice a day and
massage the parts thoroughly at each
application, and you will get quick
relief. For sale by all dealers. Adv.

Two colored men were up before
Judge Smith today on a gambling
charge. One was discharged, while
the other was found guilty and fined
one dollar. They hailed from the Oak
section, and were the only ones
caught out of quite an aggregation
"flushed" by Deputy Charles Smith

Mr. C. C. Rawls of Lake City, a
former resident of this county, who
still owns property both in the city
and outside, was in town today, hav having
ing having come down in his Ford car.
With Mr. Rawls was Mr. S. J. Thorp,
of Lake City, agent there for the
Ford cars. Mr. Thorp has sold and
delivered 65 E'ord cars since Feb February
ruary February 15th.


The Merchant's Cafe is a first class
place to take your meals. Open night
and day. J. R. Dewey, proprie proprietor.
tor. proprietor. 2-28-tf


Tulula Lodge No. 22, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every
Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock in
Yonge's Hall, Fort King avenue. Vis Visitors
itors Visitors in the city invited to be with us.
G. L. Taylor, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary. Adv.


Of Five Hundred S. C. White Leg Leg-horn
horn Leg-horn Hens
These hens must be sold to make
room. Now in your time to get some
god 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. 8-3-tf


Eastern Star Chapter 29, regular

meeting first Friday night each

month at Yonge's Hall. Visitors wel
come. Florrie Condon, Sec'y.
Mrs. A. E. Burnett,
Worthy Matron.


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


Miss Alva Gates, of Anthony, has
accepted a position at Frank's and
will have charge of the ladies' ready-to-wear
department. She has had
several years experience in this line
and with her large acquaintance
in Marion county is bound to become
a valuable acquisition to the Frank

Mr. Dell Moody, who has charge
of the Foxworth naval stores loca location
tion location southwest of town, was in the
city over Sunday.

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


Correspondence cards, latest de

signs, at The Murray Co. 8-7-3t



If you would Buy, Sell,
Lease or Exchange, see
me at the Courthouse or
write for my bulletin of

summer bargains
Choice Properties :



Mayor J. D. Robertson.
Recorder L. T. Izlar.
Assistant Recorder Joseph Bell.

Council B. A. Weathers, presi president:
dent: president: J. H. Taylor, president pro
tern; E. C. Bennett, Baxter Cam, J.
W. Hood, E. T. Helvenston, G. A.
Carmichael, F. G. B. Weihe, C. M.
City Attorney C. L. Sistrunk.
City Clerk H. C. Sistrunk.
Treasurer and Tax Collector W.
W. Clyatt.
City Engineer J. R. Moorhead.
Superintendent Light Plant J. C.
Superintendent Water Works J.
A. Campbell.
Marshal A. J. Brigance.
Fire Chief H. S. Chambers.
Sanitary Inspector G. W. Cleve Cleveland.
land. Cleveland. Street Commissioner R obert

K. of P. meet tonight.

The following- schedule la not paid
for, but Is printed for the Information
of the public. The railroads are re requested
quested requested to send In correction when whenever
ever whenever necessary.
Southbound Arrive Leare
No. 3 1:05 p.m 1:25 p.m.
No. 9 (Limited) .. .2:30 p.m. 2:33 p.m.
No. 1 .' 1:35 a.m, 1:40 a.m.
No. 2 2:25 a.m. 2:30 a.m.
No. 4 12:50 p.m. 1:05 p.m.
No. 10 (Limited).. 4:20 pro. 4:23 p.m.
The limited leaves Jacksonville at
11:30 a. m. and arrives in Tampa at 6
p. m. It leaves Tampa at 1 p. m. and
arrives in Jacksonville at 7:30 p. m. It
stops only at Turkey Creek, Plant City,
Dade City, Wldwood, Ocala, Starke
and Waldo
Southbound Jax. and St. Petersburg;
Arrlre Leare
No. 9 10:35 p.m. 10:45 p.m.
No. 39 2:40 p.m. 2:42 p.m.
Southbound --Ocala and Lakeland
No. 35 (Sunnyjlm) 6:40 a-m.
Northbound Jax. and St. Petersburg;
ArrlTc Leare
No. 10 5:19 a.m 5:20 am.
No. 40 12:54 p.m. 1:14 p.m.
Northbound Lakeland and Oeala
No. 32 (Sunnyjlm).... Arrive 9:50 p.m.
Oeala and Homoaaasa
Leave No. 49 8:20 a-m.
Leave No. 47 2:25 p.m.
Arrive No. 44 12:50 p.m.
Arrive No. 48 5:00 p.m.
Lv. for Palatka.. 7:30 a.m. t:25 p.m.
Sunday trains .... 8:00 a. in. 1:25 p.m.
Vr. from Palatka 10:40 V10 p.m.

Dental Surgeon
Rooms 9, 10, 11, Holder Block
Phone 250
Terms: Cash.

Dental Surgeon
Office Over Commercial Bank
Phone 211

Dental Surgeon
Office Law Library Building:
Phone 444

Dental Surgeon

Office Over Nash Dry Goods Store


Attorney at Law
Office Second Floor Munroe and
Chambllss Bank Building



Careful Estimates Made on All Con
tract Work. GIve3 more and better

work for the money than any other

contractor In the city.




Jear &- To have t
m?ns?e&&f ofy&zrown some-
-zcry ncrnkjroiir nafiey now.

Have a business of your own some day, so that
you may enjoy a comfortable old age; there is one
' way to do it: Bank your money now. Let your ac account
count account grow; then some day, you will be prepared to
take A GOOD BUSINESS CHANCE or to invest
your money in a paying business. The man who
has a business of his own first banked his money and
then helped to make his bank account GROW.
We Pay 4 per cent Interest on Savings Accounts


I At This Period Use All
I Safeguards tor Comforts and Well Being

The best and most practical of these is ice our ice. It preserves
your food, conserves your health, increases your pleasure, does
you good in ways too numero us to mention and all for a little


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The Hotel you take your Mother, Wife or Sister to
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I am prepared better than ever before to furnish you ALL. your
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PEARSON'S Cement Coated Nails, Needle pointed Nails for
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ADS. for your wants



Ocala Baseball Team Home After a
Pleasant Week by the Gulf Clear Clearwater
water Clearwater Team Will be Here for the
.Next Three- Iays."
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hunter and
children, and Tfce members of the
Ocala baseball team returned Sunday
from their weeds' visit to Clearwater.
They are inairaous in their
praise of the wjyf they were enter entertained
tained entertained by the,learT.vater people and
pronounce Clearwater a beautiful
and up-to-date town, which in mod modern
ern modern i m p rove ni pulJs- comi b arish tt tt-the
the tt-the front. (The many Ocala visitors
rere-taken'in autos all over the sur surrounding
rounding surrounding country, were taken across
the bay to the gulf beach to bathe in
the surf, were entertained at balls
in their honor, and were on the whole
treated with the utmost hospitality.
They particularly praise their hotel,
the Verona Inn, a first-class house,
where they were made to feel at
home, and given much of that cour courtesy
tesy courtesy and consideration that money
can't buy.
The only drawback to the visit
was the weather that made the dia diamond
mond diamond a quagmire, prevented three
games, and hampered the boys in
j those they played.
Return (James for the Next Three
The Clearwater team, accompanied
by a number of their homefolks, will
be here tomorrow, to play with
Ocala Tuesday, Wednesday and
Thursday, and the Star hopes our
people will do all in their power to
return the courtesy shown our boys
while they were in the pretty city by
the gulf.
The following report of Friday's
game went astray, and did not reach
the Star until Sunday:
Ocala, 6; Clearwater, 5
Clearwater, Aug. 8. Ocala show showed
ed showed today that it could play ball after
all. When given a moderately dry
ground, the boys were all right. An Anderson
derson Anderson pitched fine ball. In the
eighth and ninth, when the players
began to find him for a number of
hits, the grandstand people tried to
rattle him but without success.
The support was fine and the um umpiring
piring umpiring was better than in the other
two games.
McReynolds led off for Clearwater
and popped a fly to first. T Howell
bunted and was out at first, and Kirk
ended the inning with a grounder to
The Ocala boys turned loose in
their half and scored four runs. C.
Chazal was hit, J. Chazal put down
a perfect bunt and sent him to sec second.
ond. second. Harris followed with another
bunt and filled the bases. Jewett
came up with a two-bagger to left
field, scoring C. and J. Chazal.
Brown was hit. Davis struck out.
Batts, who has begun to bat right right-handed
handed right-handed against left-handed pitchers,
hit a grounder to short, who threw
low to the catcher, Harris scoring.
Bullock singled through short, Jew Jewett
ett Jewett scored but Brown was out at the
plate, and Anderson ended the in inning
ning inning with a fiy to second.
In the sixth Ocala scored one run.
Batts led off with a single past first.
Bullock was out on a fly to center
field, Batts going to second on it. An Anderson
derson Anderson flew out to third. C. Chazal
hit safe over second and J. Chazal
scored Batts with a hit through first.
Harris ended the inning with a
grounder to second.
Ocala scored its last run in the
seventh. Jewett walked, Brown
bunted but the man at second was
forced. Davis struck out. Batts hit
a grounder to short, who threw low;
Brown scored and Batts went to sec second.
ond. second. C. Chazal ended the inning
with a foul fly.
In the eighth Clearwater began to
hit the ball. C. Howell was safe on
a grounder to short, who threw over
first, and he went to second. Lewis
hit a single to center field and Mc McReynolds
Reynolds McReynolds bunted, but the man on sec second
ond second was forced out. T. Howell made
a safe hit through first and Kirk
was hit, one scored. Couch flied
out to pitcher. Daugherty hit a
grounder to short, who threw low;
one scored. Hicks walked and an another
other another scored. McMullen hit to short,
scoring the fourth man. C. Howell
ended the inning with a fly to Davis.
In the ninth, Clearwater scored
another run and had three on base3
but J. Chazal made a sensational
catch in center and ended the game.
Anderson worked fine for his first
game in the box. His only previous
experience in pitching was with the
boy teams around Ocala.
A. C. L. NORTH 5:05 a. m.;
12:45 p. m. SOUTH 6:10 a. m.;
2:10 p. m.; 2:30 p. m.; 9 p. m.
S. A. L. NORTH 12:50 p. m.;
4:10 p. m.; 9 p. m.. SOUTH 12:50
p. m.; 9 p. m.
7 a. m. ; 12:55 p. m.
STAR ROUTES Blitchton and
Calvary 2 p. m.


This warm weather tells on the
members of the Nut Club. They
served notice on the Star this morn morning
ing morning that, like all other fraternal or organizations,
ganizations, organizations, they must have fewer
meetings during warm weather, and
have therefore decided to hold ses sessions
sions sessions only on Monday, Wednesday
and Friday afternoons. We regret
their decision. buf-they are such a
large and influential organization
that they are likely to have things
their own way. They are always
open to applications for membership,
Of the Margaret, the Latest Addition
to the Lake Weir Navy
Messrs. J. J. Gerig and George Mac Mac-Kay,
Kay, Mac-Kay, Jr., a'rrived at Lake Weir Sat Saturday
urday Saturday afternoon from Jacksonville,
with Mr. Gerig's handsome new:
eight-passenger motor boat. They'
had a most delightful trip and enjoy enjoyed
ed enjoyed every minute of it. They came up
the Oklawaha river, to within three
miles of Lake Weir, where one of j
Captain J. B. Martin's teams met!
them and hauled the boat across and
its keel was soon splitting the waters
of Lake Weir. Rev. C. F. Benjamin,
well known in this city, bought the
boat for llfc Gerig on the St. Law Lawrence
rence Lawrence river and shipped it to Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. Mr. Benjamin named the
boat for Mr. Gerig's little daughter,
On Thursday night, August 14th,
the Moose expect to have a general
celebration. There will be quite a
few new members to initiate and
also there will be refreshments serv served
ed served to the old and new members after
the lodge meeting.
The lodge is getting back all the
old members that were behind with
dues and and now it has over 150
members in good standing and
things are beginning to look quite
business like around their club house
on North Magonlia street.
Secretary Stapp says' that all the
Moose that are not present next
Thursday night will miss the time
of their lives as the goat that they
have has been fed pine cones for the
last three weeks and as they have
some good material in store to work
on it is expected to be the big night
of the season.
Mr. J. G. Spurlin of this city and
Lake Weir, one of the veteran trav traveling
eling traveling men of the state, had his pic picture
ture picture in the Firing Line department
of yesterday's Times-Union. Mr.
Spurlin is one of the traveling rep representatives
resentatives representatives of C. W. Zaring & Co.,
wholesale grocers of Jacksonville.
Marion county is usually represent represented
ed represented in this department of the Times Times-Union
Union Times-Union every week. Sam Ditto, an
Ocala bov. is managing editor of the
Firing Line and is really its orig originator
inator originator and moving spirit.
This morning at 9 o'clock at the
five-mile post on the Lake Weir
road, while going from Ocala to
Coleman, Mr. J. L. Kimbrough with a
party of two other men. turnei his
big touring car over in the middle of
the road and it rolled over, sideways
and end for end a few times, so that
when it stopped it took an expert to
tell what make of car it had original originally
ly originally been. How it happened that no one
was killed is a wonder. Mr. Kim Kimbrough
brough Kimbrough himself was bruised up bad badly,
ly, badly, and the others slightly so. The
fragments of the car were gathered
up and brought to Ocala by one of
the local garages.
Of Election In Oeala Special Tax School
District No. 1, Marlon County, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, to Determine Whether or Mot
Bonds Shall be Issued by said Dis District
trict District Pursuant to the Provisions of
Article 12 of the Constitution of the
State of Florida and the Amendment
Thereof Adopted at the General Elec Election
tion Election In the Year 1912, and the Act
of the Legislature of the State of
Florida, Approved May 16th, 1913.
"Notice is hereby given that on the
Nineteenth (19) Day of Augrust, 1913,
at the
courthouse iu Ocala Special Tax School
District No. 1, in Marion County, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, there will be held an election to
determine whether or not bonds in the
amount of $75,000 shall be Issued by
said district, the proceeds of which
shall be used for the purpose of "build "building,
ing, "building, enlarging and repairing- school
houses in said district and furnishing
the same, and for the payment of all
Indebtedness of said district existing
at the time of the issuance of such
bonds and incurred for the exclusive
use of the public free schools therein,"
all such buildings, improvements and
expenditures to be for the exclusive
use of the public free schools of said
Done by order of the board of pub public
lic public instruction of Marion county, state
of Florida, at its regular meeting on
the ninth (9) of July, 1913.
The following are named as manag managers
ers managers of said election, viz: Isaac Stevens,
T. D. Lancaster, Y. L. Colbert, and D.
Niel Ferguson, clerk.
Secretary of the Board of Public In Instruction.
struction. Instruction. 7-1 S- 5t wky

You can establish your credit and faith that people have in you
by having money in the bank. The banker, who is the friend and
advisor of every business man in his community, grows to believe
in you when he sees you putting away money for the future. If
you are not a depositor here, why not open an account now and
enjoy the advantages which will be yours?


Misses Emily and Geneva Brady
Burned to Death in their Home
Bartow, Aug. 11. Misses Emily
and Geneva Brady, daughters of Mr.
and Mrs. J. O. Braddy, were burned
to death last n'ght in a fire which de destroyed
stroyed destroyed the Brady residence. An Another
other Another child member of the Brady
family was injured by the flames, but
is expected to recover. Mr. Brady
received severe burns on his hands
as the result of his attempts to res rescue
cue rescue his children.
Dogs Go Crazy and Bite Adults While
Babies Perish by the Dozen
Cleveland, Aug. 10. A hot wave
struck the city yesterday. In the
middle of the afternoon the ther thermometer
mometer thermometer registered 95. Thirteen ba babies
bies babies died from the effects of the
weather, one person was prostrated
by the heat and two were bitten by
heat crazed dogs.
Just received some fine frying size
chickens. Carn-Thomas Co. 7-31-tf
Lost, Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Needs
FOR SALE Dark bay horse, three
and a half yeJfrs old, broken to sad
die; is sound and gentle; reasona
ble price for cash if sold at once.
Apply to Mrs. M. V. Roberts, 211 S
Main St., Ocala. 8-9-6t
FOR- RENT Three rooms suita
ble for housekeeping, up-stairs or
first floor; half block from postof-
fice. Address, "M. V. R.," care Star
office. S-9-12t
WANTED Stenographers, clerks,
for railway work, bookkeepers, sales
men, chefs, electricians. Address
217 Heard Bank Building, Jackson
ville, Fla. 8-4-6t
FOR RENT Half of a large
house, four rooms on first floor, on
south Fourth street, east; also the
Thomas cottage on corner of Orange
avenue and south Fourth street. Ap
ply at 310 S. Main street. A. M
Bobbitt. S-2-tf dly.
FOR SALE 1913 4hp. Indian
motorcycle. Cheap for cash. H. S.
Chambers. 7-15-ttd
TURTLES I want to get a few
dozen newly-hatched soft-shell tur turtles.
tles. turtles. 1 pay $2 2r dozen for them.
H. W. Aitken, 2020 Arch street, Phil Philadelphia,
adelphia, Philadelphia, Pa. 8-4-et
FOR SALE 1913 motorcycles and
motor boats at bargain prices,, all
makes, brand new machines, on easy
monthly payment plan. Get our
proposition before buying or you will
regret it, also bargains in used
motorcycles. Write us today. En Enclose
close Enclose stamp for reply. Address, Lock
Box 11, Trenton, Mich. 7-lS-tf
FARM FOR SALE Splendid farm
of 4 0 acres near Ocala; new 2-story.
T-room house; servants' house and
all necessary outbuildings; good wa water;
ter; water; land all cleared and under fence;
shade trees around house; a number
of bearing pear trees. Price $3000.
Terms on application to "Farmer,"
care Star. 7-29-3t
FOR SALE Suite of bedroom fur furniture,
niture, furniture, bureau, wash stand, bed, mat mattress
tress mattress and springs, art square, two
small rugs, toilet set, etc.; good as
new; will be sold cheap. Address,
"J. C." care Star. 7-29-6td
FOR SALE Good farm with im implements,
plements, implements, etc., complete, can be had
at reasonable price. Owner cannot
attend to same on account of other
interests. Address "H." in care of
Ocala Star. 7-29-2tw
FOR SALE 350 acres cutover
pine land with railroad siding, shan shanties
ties shanties and good well of water; good for
vegetables and vine growing; price
10 per acre; three miles from Dun Dun-nellon.
nellon. Dun-nellon. For information write J. G.
Baskin, Dunnellon, Fla. 7-22-lm


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
vice. 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 2C8.
Funeral Directors
Undertakers and Embalmers
fine Caskets and Burial Robes
Funeral Directors
AH Work Done by Licensed Em-
hfllmpre nnrl TTnllv Giuirnnf
D. E. McIVER 10
C. V. ROBERTS... 303
Undertaking Office 47
Do You Wear
Pants ?
If you do they should always
be spotless and nicely pressed.
Pressing and cleaning is our y
business. Call phone twenty
"Queen oi Sea Routes"
Savannah, Baltimore, Philadelphia,
Boston and Providence
Fine steamers,' best service; low
fares; wireless telegraph. Through
tickets to and from principal points.
Send for booklet.
H. C. AVERY, Asent.
Jacksonville, Fla.
L. D. JONES, C. A.
Seminole Hotel. Jacksonville, Fla.
Finest coastwise Trip in the World
Mountain and Seashore
AUGUST 13th.
Atlantic Coast Line
Washington, D. C $20.80
Richmond, Va. 18.80
Norfolk, Va 18.80
Chattanooga, Tenn $13.80
Mammoth Cave, Ky. 17.95
Wilmington, N. C 12.00
Monteagle, Tenn 15.05
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.
Try a Star Want Ad. It PAYS



i i

li. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leaven good, Rusines Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.



One year, in advance $5.00
Six months, in advance 2.50
Three months, in advance.... 1.25
On month, in advance 30

One year, in advance $8.00
Six months, in advance 4.25
Three months, in advance.... 2.25
One month, in advance SO

The St. Petersburg Times says
that September Morn is one of the
purest works of art of recent years.
That's what the Star thinks of it.

That plan of "Peter Stanley" for a
Florida booster train has merit in it.
Secretary Rooney of the Marion
County Board of Trade suggested it
to the Star two months ago.

Ex-Congressman V. B. Lamar has
been appointed United States com commissioner
missioner commissioner to the Panama Pacific Ex Exposition.
position. Exposition. Mr. Lamar's home was in
Monticello, but he now spends most
of the time In Atlanta.

Senator Fletcher's plan for rural
banks to help the farmers may be
needed in other parts of the country
but not in Marion county. The Ocala
banks take good care of the farmers
of Marion and surrounding counties.

Before we had time to read all the
immense birthday edition of the Mi Miami
ami Miami Herald, the Metropolis of the
same city came out with another li library.
brary. library. The people of Miami certain certainly
ly certainly had plenty to read last Thursday
and Friday.

That Picture on the front page of
the Tampa Tribune, which threw
various and divers saints of Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg into spasms passed unnoticed in
Ocala. It looks to the Star more
like a boy carrying a parasol than
anything else.

The students of the summer nor normal
mal normal at Gainesville have passed reso resolutions
lutions resolutions of thanks to the legislature,
the state superintendent of schools,
the president of the university and
their teachers, including Ocala's
principal, Mr. John H. Workman.

The Pensacola papers, the Journal
"and the Xews, are not as big as
some, but they are among the best
edited and most interesting on our
exchange list. The Journal's columns
are as solid and sensible as the dol dollars
lars dollars of the daddies, while those of the
News sparkle like jewels.

Notice of intention to apply for
letters patent, incorporating the Bank
of Wildwood is running in the Sum Sumter
ter Sumter County Record. The officers are
D. H. Baker, president; W. H. Mc Mc-Rainey,
Rainey, Mc-Rainey, vice president; F. P. Mc Mc-Mullen,
Mullen, Mc-Mullen, cashier;' D. H. Baker, V. H.
McRainey, H. O. Collier, Z. C. Cham Cham-bliss
bliss Cham-bliss and F. P. McMullen, directors.

The St. Petersburg Times has been
and done and gone and done it now.
It printed a picture of "September
Morn" in its Sunday issue, and we
expect to hear every minute that the
paper, has been suppressed by the
police. The Star would print the
picture, but almost everybody In
Ocala has seen it.

Murphy and his henchmen, who
are fighting Governor Sulzer, claim
that the governor used funds con contributed
tributed contributed for his campaign to specu speculate
late speculate in stocks, and are preparing to
have him impeached by the legisla legislature,
ture, legislature, which is subservient to Tam Tammany.
many. Tammany. Sulzer says he will make ex explanation
planation explanation when the time comes. Cer Certain
tain Certain it is that he has made a good
governor; also, it Is certain that If
he had consented to be the tool of
Tammany he would not have needed
money for any purpose or been likely
to impeachment for any rascality
committed while in office.


The editor of the Star had a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant ride, the other morning, with Mr.
B. H. Seymour, over Ncfrth Ocala and
out along the Anthony road for a
couple of miles.
Mr. Seymour and the editor were
bare-legged boys together in North
Georgia forty years ago. They swam
in the same creeks, drank from the
same springs and stole from the same
melon patches, so It is easy for them
to chum in North Ocala now.
Eighteen years ago, Mr. Seymour
established his well remembered
saw mill in North Ocala and bought
six hundred acres of the pine forest
that, broken by only a few little
clearings, stretched to Orange Lake.
Mr. Seymour's home stood almost
alone, and beyond it of Ocala there
was none. He had a strenuous strug struggle
gle struggle for the next dozen years time
after time hi3 mill was burned, and
as he cut down and cut up the huge
pine trees on his land it didn't seem
like anything of value would ever
take their place.
The land however is high and dry,
and as the growing city came nearer
it occurred to Mr. Seymour that
houses might stand and people walk
where the pine trees had furnished
harps for the zephyrs for thousands
of years. He offered his land in
small lots at reasonable prices, and
though response was slow, it accel accelerated
erated accelerated as time went on, and now a
busy and very pretty settlement
forms an important part of our city.
People who whirl northward in
their autos over the Kendrick or An Anthony
thony Anthony roads have ver little idea
what a fine little town has grown up
between the hst four or five years,
mostly in the last two. There are
forty or fifty white families in neat
little cottages and handsome houses,
and no part of the town looks any
more prosperous or comfortable.
Mr. Seymour has gone to consider considerable
able considerable trouble and expense in helping
the improvements, making streets
and doing many other things that
shows he has a living interest in the
land that he worked over for a third
of his lifetime.
His gift of five acres of land for a
school house was patriotic indeed.
He has given the school district a lot
that at the present growth of the
city will be worth $5000 for the land
alone in a few years, and nothing
could help the community any more.
It will save hundreds of children two
long walks every day and rid scores
of fathers and mothers of the anxiety
they would feel if their children had
to make the long trip thyi the heart
of the city.
Mr. Seymour took the writer up
the Anthony road a couple of miles
beyond the Seaboard crossing. The
newspaper man hadn't made that trip
for half a dozen years, and the last
time he went that way there was
only one house and one shabbily
tended farm the entire distance. Now
there, are a dozen pretty homes and
well cultivated farms. Messrs. Byrd
of Virginia, Whitcher of New Hamp Hampshire,
shire, Hampshire, Krago of Lincoln, Neb., Dun Dun-lap
lap Dun-lap of West Virginia, Edwards and
Fosby of Youngstown, O., and sev several
eral several others are in the farming busi business
ness business with profit, and if one may
judge by the looks of their places,
with pleasure. The land is the or ordinary
dinary ordinary Florida land spoken of so
scornfully a few years ago, but they
are making two crops a year off it of
hay and fine crops of potatoes, pin pin-ders,
ders, pin-ders, peas, cane, corn and other
things too numerous to name. They

iare proving what has been only re

cently found out, that the more you
cultivate Florida land, the better re returns
turns returns it gives.
Returning another way, the writer
stumbled over an almost forgotten
chapter in Florida history. Over
fifty years ago, a plan was made to
extend the Florida railway (now the
Seaboard) from Waldo to Tampa. A
route was surveyed via Orange
Springs to Ocala, and the grading
was let out in five-mile sections to the
planters along the line, who were to
have the work done by their slaves.
Many of the sections were completed,
some partly finished. The section
into Ocala was finished, and the old
grade is yet plainly marked. Mr.
Seymour used it for years for one of
his log roads. The war broke up the
undertaking, and when it was resum resumed
ed resumed over twenty years later the pres present
ent present route via Citra was used instead.
Mr. Seymour showed the writer the
tract he offered the city for a park.

It is well situated, and will make a i
good one when the town grows and a

streetcar line is built. It contains
the bed of what was once a very
pretty lake, and it only needs a con concrete
crete concrete curb and a three-inch stream of
water to make it a lake again. Mr.

Seymour says he will put in the curb j
as soon as he can, and if the city j
will furnish the water Ocala boys!
can have what they would like best!
of all things in hot weather, a swim-j
ming pool. The tract contains onei
of the finest old live-oaks in this ter-j
ritory. The park proposition is tooj
big for Ocala just now, but the times

isn t far when it will be a necessity
as well as a luxury.


Opportunities are not accidents they come as a result of circumstances
they are created by men, time and conditions.
Opportunities come often. They come oftener to those who can grasp
them. To grasp them, usually there is required "ready monev."
Opportunities do not knock they beckon. Every dollar you bank here
this year is another opportunity for other dollars. Our invitation to open your
account with this bank is an opportunity within your reach one you should
grasp NOW.

The MunFoe & Chambliss Bank


ji ityjLJi.ji

General Building Contractors


Block North East of Postoffice,


303 North Osceola Street.


moved to another county a few years
The forenoon was spent' in pleas pleasant
ant pleasant conversation, during which time
some of the "men folks" built a big
camp fire and fried the fish which

ihad been caught that morning in one

During the discussion on parcel !of tne nearby lakes. While the fish!
post rates in the Senate the other 'browned, great, big kettles of coffee!
day, Senator Bristow of Kansas made boiled. At last, the time for dinner;
the following remarks about Senator came and all Jelt as hungry as could5
Bryan of Florida, which said re- be. The long table was filled with
marks should be noted by those who everything good to eat, chicken
accuse our junior senator of work- cooked in every varitey boiled ham,'
ing against the interests of the peo- roast beef, salad of several kinds,'


Pies, caKes, custaras, many vegetao-

"It has been my great pleasure to les mnk and everything that any any-serve
serve any-serve on a number of committees one could wish, including a large
with the senator from Florida, and I barrel of delicious and refreshing
have never in my experience in pub-; lemonade. When every one had eaten,
lie life found a man more devoted to and eaten, and eaten, the tables
the public interests and freer from'seeme(j as fuu as ever
the control of any sinister influence, j Among those who enjoyed this de de-The
The de-The fact that he saw fit to introduce : Ughtful day, were, besides those al-

a resolution that would take from an

; ready mentioned, Mr. and Mrs. X. A.


executive omcer tne power to cnange Fort Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith, Mr.
existing laws does not justify any.Pink Stevens and daughter, Mrs.
allegation that he is endeavoring toJackson Mr Jesse Stevens and f ami ami-serve
serve ami-serve some special interest. The fact lyt Mr. and Mrs. Gore, Mr. William
that he opposed the changing of thejRoberts and family, Mr. and Mrs.
rates on parcel-post matter until the;Will Fore and children, Mrs. Joshua
committee of which he Is a member ; Martin and children Mr. and Mrs.
should have completed an investiga- j yayne McDonald. Jr., and children,
tion, which it was charged by Con-Mr E 0 conroy and family, Mr. and
gress to make, is certainly to hisMrs Bruce Griggs and children, Mr.
Credit." y Mr ctnrt Aire F T. Pompv nf

Ocala, Mrs. Roberts, of Miami, Mr.
and Mrs. Hurst and baby, of Live
Oak, Mrs. Welhorner and children,

A has hppn tho pnatnm for vears:Mr. Frank Tucker. Mr. and Mrs.

and years, the relatives, neighbors Phil Wilson and children, of Griner
and friends of Grandma Perkins, of j Farm, Mr. H. Reynolds, of Ocala,
Lynn, gathered at the home of her j Mrs. Hatton Perkins and daughter,
son and daughter. Mr. -and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Griggs and child child-John
John child-John Perkins, on last Thursday. Aug. !ren of Griner Farm, Mr. Walter
7th, to give their annual picnic in 'Perkins, of Ocala, and others whose

honor cf this grand, noble and Chris-j names cannot be recalled,
tian woman, who, although she has! All hands had a royal, good time
reached four score years, is mentally and felt sorry when the hour came
and physically as strong as most peo-j to return home. A Friend.


many years younger. j

Till Grandpa Perkins passed to thei

great beyond, nearly five years ago,
he was complimented in the same
manner on his birthday, June 21st.



These beautiful tokens of love ; Ocala

Judge Circuit

lock, Ocala.
District Attorney E. W

speak louder than words of the high
esteem held for this worthy couple
by those who are and have been most
intimately associated with them.
On last Thursday it was, indeed, a
pleasure to see the devotion of
Grandma's three splendid sons and
daughter and their families, who are
among Marion county's most estim estimable
able estimable and trustworthy citizens, name namely:
ly: namely: Mr. and Mrs. John Perkins and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Ike Perkins and

5nn ATr nnrl ATra F'jirlv Pprl-ins and 'man. SDarr.

Board Public instruction j.
Brinson. Superintendent, Ocala;

Court W. S



Clerk Circuit Court P

Sheriff J. P. Galloway, Ocala.
Tax Collector W. L. Colbert,
Tax Assessor Alfred Ayer, Ocala.
Treasurer John M. Graham,
Surveyor W. A. Moorhead, Ocala.
Judge of Probate Wm. E. Smith,
County Commissioners C. Carmi Carmi-chael,
chael, Carmi-chael, Ocala; J. W. Davis. Summer Summer-field;
field; Summer-field; W T. Henderson, Lynne; D. G.
Watkins, Dunnellon; Walter Luff-

sons, and Mr. and Mrs. Lem Wilson
and daughters. Several great grand grandchildren
children grandchildren were there to add their part
to the pleasures of the day. Grand Grandma's
ma's Grandma's face was radiant with happi happiness,
ness, happiness, the only regret being the ab absence
sence absence of another daughter and her
family, Mrs. Flora, whose husband


R. Blitch, Blitchton; J. b. urantnam,
Fort McCoy; W. D. Cam, Ocala.

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the skin soft and beautiful. Gerig'3
drug stores. 7-25-tf



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Baking with Fleischmann's Yeast. White
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and many other recipes and suggestions.
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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,

Menace TDnc IKeock-Ouiitt


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North Magnolia St. Ocala Fla.

I Florida Rye and 90 Day Seed Oats


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.





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 officers. 322 young men
from 45 Florida counties, and 21 states
and foreign countries last session.
TRANCE ENTRANCE FEES, $132.50 per year. Write
today for catalogue.
7-2 4-tf A. A. JILHPHUEE, President.

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-class
equipmer throughout, including gym gymnasium
nasium gymnasium and swimming pooL Forty Forty-two
two Forty-two members of the faculty and other
officers. Four hundred and thirteen
students from forty-five Florida coun counties
ties counties and ten states.
TRANCE ENTRANCE FEES, $124 per year. For
information address,

Alcim tins IPluinlbei?
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.

Who are Unruly Hut Xot Evil will
be Given in the Xew State
Pensacola Journal: Chapter C329
of the acts of the legislature of the
present year changed the name of
the State Reform School, located at
Marianna, to the "Florida Industrial
School for Boys."
The change in name is a very sen sensible
sible sensible one and will go a long way to toward
ward toward removing the embarrassment
and stigma attached in many cases
to the boys whose misfortune it is to
be sent to an institution of this kind.
Under he new law a board of man managers
agers managers is provided, the term beginning
August 1, 1913, and being for four
years. Governor Trammell has ap ap-poitned
poitned ap-poitned the members of this board
as follows:
J. H. Shellill, of Pensacola; John
High, of Jasper; Ira C. Hutchinson,
of Chipley; W. H. Baker, of Jack Jack-convilfe,
convilfe, Jack-convilfe, and W. H. Milton, of Mari

This is a strong board and the

members have an important work
to do. Many a boy goes to these in institutions
stitutions institutions of correction who is not
at heart a bad boy. In fact the most
of them are not bad boys. Their
only fault lies in the fact that some
of their youthful energies have been
exercised in the wrong direction in instead
stead instead of the right direction.
It is the business of this industrial
school to see that such boys are given

a proper start by training their en energies
ergies energies in the right way. Most of
them have the necessary material for
the making of good citizens and the

purpose of the school is to help in the



X We have Just received a carload of the Famous SOUTHERN Wire Y
A Fencing, Staples and Hay Wire and are in position to make you some
Y attractive prices on It. We are the only dealers In this section of the j
"X country that handle this brand of fence and have demonstrated in the J
S past that It is absolutely the. best and strongest fence on the market, y
V and running it as we have in competition with many inferior grades f
2 of wire fence. We have had some phenomenal sales on 'It and
made many friends and customers. Give us your orders, if the goods
X don't make good we will. X
I IKnigjlTLt Ik Lancj

On August 20 and 21st the colored
Masons of the state will have the lay laying
ing laying the cornerstone of their new
grand lodge temple in Jacksonville,
and have obtained cheap round trip
excursion rates to Jacksonville over
all of the roads and from all points
in the state, good to return on the
22nd. Rev. John RV Dickerson, the
grand master of the Masons, a Mar Marion
ion Marion county raised man, bought the
lot for his order many years ago on
which the building now stands.
Bridge street, as it was then called,
now Broad, was only sparsely settled
and Dickerson told a Star reporter
that he gave only about 4,000 for
the lot and the owner gave him a big
discount for the lodge. He was of offered
fered offered over $100,000 for it before the
building was commenced. The build building,
ing, building, which is as modern and well
built of reinforced concrete, steel and
brick, as any building in Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, is six stories high and covers a
quarter of a block. It will cost about
$100,000 and will bring in a very
handsome income on the investment,

besides providing a magnificent home
for the lodge. It is almost complet completed
ed completed and will all be occupied before
fall. It is almost entirely due to the
untiring efforts and financial ability
of J. H. Dickerson that the lodge
owns the valuable lot and has been
able to erect the building, and for
the past five years he has spent more
than half of his time in bed, too sick

to do more than direct and advise
and dictate his correspondence. The
colored people of his home county
can but feel proud of Dickerson for
the great success he has attained for
himself and his order, for there is
no such monument in the entire
South or possibly not in the United
States built entirely by a colored
order or organization. Even in Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, where skyscrapers have

grown Jike mushrooms in a garden

over night, his achievement has been
remarkable anjl has elicited the ad admiration
miration admiration of the financiers and build

ers. The laying of the cornerstone
of this temple will be one of the
greatest events of the decade among

the colored people of the state and

thousands of the 12,000 membership

will attend, as well as many other

visitors. Rev. R. B. Brooks of Jack

sonville, a prominent and successful

member of his race, is the grand sec

retary of the Most Worshipful Union

Grand Lodge, A. F. & A. M. of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, and is caring well for the inter interests
ests interests of his order and making great

preparations for the big day.



Two of the choicest corner lots in
the Seymour residential addition,
across the street from Mr. McConn's
home; also a fine factory or ware warehouse
house warehouse site, across the street, east,
from Teuton's store, North Magnolia
street, with A. C. L. railway on rear.
Will sell either or both at big bar bargain
gain bargain and easy payments. Apply at
Star office or to R. R. Carroll, tf


The Ocala Lodge No. 699, Loyal
Order of Moose, meets each Thursday
evening at 8 o'clock in the Moose
building. Visiting brothers are in invited
vited invited to attend our meetings.
Geo. F. Mershon, Dictator.
E. L. Stapp, Secretary.

Try a Star Want Ad. It PAYS j

Frank P. Gadson, proprietor of the
Ocala Bazaar, has returned from his
thirteenth annual purchasing trip to
the Xew York markets. Frank does
not look old enough to have been
wrestling with the problems of buy buying
ing buying for a big store for that long, but
such is the case as thirty years ago,
he told Mr. Peter Rouss, now head
of the house, that he was there, talk talking
ing talking to his father, the late Peter
Rouss, merchant and philanthropist.
The friendship between Mr. Roussj
Sr., and Frank Gadson has continued
between him and the son, and no one
has a better opportunity than Mr.
Rouss to appreciate the worth of this
colored citizen of Ocala, for through
all these years the have had a great
deal of business together and Frank
has paid them a great deal of money.
Gadson says during all these years
of purchasing he has never bought a
larger or better line of goods than he

has this summer, and never had the
good fortune to strike so many jobs
and bargains and he is much elated
over his purchases for the fall and
winter season, and promises his pat patrons,
rons, patrons, both white and colored, over
the county, some surprises in good
goods and money savers.
The goods are coming in rapidly
and the store is being filled on both
floors and all of the clerks are busily
engaged in marking them up and dis displaying
playing displaying them.
Among the purchases were over
fifty cases of shoes of late styles for
men, women and children. The
finest and largest line of dress and
dry goods, women and children's no notions
tions notions and novelties that he has ever
carried. Men's shirts, underwear,
collars and ties, hosiery, hats and
suits that he has ever had in the
Ladies' ready-to-wear goods, suits,
coats, skirts, vaists, etc., something
new and different and in great quan quantities
tities quantities and a profusion of colors and
textures, so that the ladies can get
almost anything desired in ready to
wear garments. In millinery for the
ladies and children he has surpassed
all former efforts and feel3 a just
pride in the magnificent selections in
these goods.
In staple dry goods, table and bed
linen, towels, curtain goods, etc., he
has them all guessing and is display displaying
ing displaying a line that will set the people to
The line of men's and boys fall
and winter suits is a very elaborate

one, with all of the late styles and

There's a world of satisfac satisfaction
tion satisfaction in buying UneedaBiscuit
because you know you will
get what you want soda
crackers that are oven-fresh,
crisp, clean, appetizing and
Uneeda Biscuit are always uniform
in quality they are always alike
in crispness, in flavor they are
soda crackers you can depend
upon. And all because Uneeda
Biscuit are uncommon soda crack crackers
ers crackers packed in an uncommon way.
Five cents everywhere in the
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Get my prices on that new Rungalow, Cottage, Residence or $
Store, Office Building or Schoo House. My prices are Right, my .jf

Work Guaranteed.


P. O. Box 33G
"If I do it, it's don Right."



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 yours for the low price.
Let OURS be YOUR hardware store.
Marion Mar$w Co.
Phone 118, Ocala, Fla.

fabrics and at prices that defy com competition.
petition. competition. As to stationery and school sup

plies, Gadson says he can supply the

whole county with tablets, bo pa paper,
per, paper, white crayon, etc., which he has
bought in large quantities and the
entire line of school goods, pens,
pencils, ink, paper, erasers, rulers, as
well as box papers and envelopes,
etc., is well worthy of notice. As in

'many of his other lines, Gadson is
'prepared to job this line to the trade
'at attractive prices.

The date for the formal fall open opening
ing opening of the store will be announced in
a short time, but in the meantime
much of the new goods i3 ready for


Morriston, Fla., Aug, 7. There
will be an annual picnic given at Oak
Grove, two miles east of Morriston,
Aug. 16, There will be a ball game
in the afternoon. Every body Invit Invited
ed Invited to come and bring well-filled bas baskets.
kets. baskets. Willie Young,
Xewton Priest.


An elegant line of lawyers manu manuscript
script manuscript covers, in any color that could
be desired, just received at the Star

Try a Star Want Ad. It PAYS


(If youjiave any items f orchis department call phone 106)

f Mr. and irs. John Taylor deiignt-
-tcrttyan informally entertained at

their pretty f Utile lakeside cottage
Saturday evening at a lav&iy dance
for their guest Miss,, Elizabeth. Ledy

tettex-ol Atlanta. Several couples
from Ocala went down and all the
" young ladies of the lake were in included
cluded included and a royal good time was
had. The little cottage was a glow
of light and all the rugs removed
and tripping the light fantastic was
indulged in until near the midnight
hour. Mrs. Taylor assisted by her
husband and Mrs. D. E. Mclver serv served
ed served delicious fruit punch and assort assorted
ed assorted cakes to the guests.

Dr. and Mrs. Horace Reeves of

Inverness spent Saturday in the city;
guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Roes
who accompanied them home tha
afternoon with their children, and
this morning Dr. and Mrs. Reeves
with their guests in their big touring
car left for quite an outing, going
first to St. Petersburg, thence to
Tampa, and visiting many of the
nearby resorts on their way. They
anticipate a magnificent outing and
will be gone until the latter part of
the week.
Mrs. Boone and little daughter,
Bernice have returned to their home
after a week's visit with Mrs. Boone's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Law at Mas Mascot.
cot. Mascot.
Mrs. D. H. Baker of Orange Home,
returned to her home Saturday after
a delightful visit in the city as
guests of Mayor and Mrs. Robertson.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. L. Taylor re returned
turned returned home this afternoon from a
delightful visit to Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Larsen in St. Petersburg, where they
have been for the week end, and are
greatly pleased with the 'Sunshine
Mrs. W. D. Turnley of Fort Meade
is the guest of her mother, Mrs.
Fanny R. Gary at the residence of
Mr. and Mrs. Will Gary on Fort
King avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Vernie Stevens and
daughter Margaret, left this morn morning
ing morning for their home in Lakeland, ac accompanied
companied accompanied by Mr. Brantley Weath Weathers,
ers, Weathers, who will be their guest this
Misses Margaret and Mamie Taylor
will leave on Wednesday morning for
Asheville, N. C, to spend the balance
of the summer.
Mr. James Brooks returned to
Tampa today, after spending the
week end with his, parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John H. Brooks and family of
this city.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Fishel, Mr. Julian
Flshel and Miss Pauline Fishel left
Saturday afternoon for an extended
visit to Hendersonville, X. C. They
will remain late to enjoy the col
weather of that popular mountain'
Mr. and Mrs. James S. Norton of
St. Petersburg, left that city a few
days ago for a lengthy trip through
the west, going first to Chicago,
thence to Butte, Montana, and Seat Seattle,
tle, Seattle, San Francisco and Los Angeles.
Their friends in this city wish them
a pleasant trip.
Mr. Ernest J. Crook left Sunday
afternoon for his annual vacation in
the nortehast, which will include
New York City and the popular sea sea-coast
coast sea-coast resorts.
Capt. and Mrs. T. H. Johnson and
daughter, Miss Clara Johnson, left
this morning for Glen Springs, S. C,
where they will remain some time,
after which they will go to Hender Hendersonville,
sonville, Hendersonville, N. C, for an indefinite stay.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Walters had as
their guest over Saturday Mrs. Wal Walters'
ters' Walters' brother, Mr. Newt Wicker and
family of Coleman.

Mr. L. R. Chazal and family dur during
ing during the absence of Mrs. Chazal in

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.

Philadelphia, will be at Lake Weir
for the remainder of the summer
season, in their pretty cottage at
Wood mar.
Mr. Olaf Zewadski returned Sun Sunday
day Sunday afternoon from a week's visit
with friends in Tampa.
Mr. Will D. Taylor has returned
home after a business and pleasure
trip in the north and to the Canadian
shore, sailing from New York on the
steamship Mohawk,

Mr"."' and Mrs. Jack Camp and fam-

Ily'have as their guests in Ashevifle,
N. C, Mrs. Camps"5ister and brother-

in-law, Mr. andMrs. Milby Lloyd and
little son of High Point, X. C. Mrs.

Lloyd was formerly Miss Millie' Xur


Cam -Thomas Co.


Mr. Isaac X. Rawls and brother,
Mr. C. C. Rawls of Montbrook, Levy
county, are visitors in our city to today.
day. today. These gentlemen are heavy
property owners in Ocala and Marion
county and are among the state's
most substantial business men.
Miss Ruth WTelIs, after a very
short but delightful visit in the city
with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Igou, left this morning for
her home in Rochelle.
Miss Helen Hardee will leave Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday morning for Asheville, X. C,
where the next few weeks she will
be the guest of Mrs. George Rentz.
Miss Hardee will be joined in Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville by Miss Anna Holder, and
they will make the trip together,
Miss Holder going on to Swannanoa,
X. C.
Miss Elizabeth Ledbetter after a
most delightful visit with Mrs. John
Taylor at her cozy little lakeside cot cottage,
tage, cottage, will leave this afternoon for
her home in Atlanta. She will be
joined by her sister in Jacksonville
tonight. Miss Ledbetter is a most
charming young lady and her many
friends have greatly enjoyed her
visit and deeply regret her depar departure.
ture. departure. Miss Jettie Boyles of Sparr, has re

turned to her home after an extended

visit here. Leesburg Commercial,

Mrs. Mary Dodge Maddox of
Ocala, spent yesterday in the city
with relatives en route to Chatta Chattanooga,
nooga, Chattanooga, Tenn. Before returning home
Mrs. Maddox will also visit in Dal-
ton, Ga.- Jacksonville Metropolis.
. Misses Kit and Elizabeth Davis,, of
Ocala, who have been visiting in the
Sunshine City with Miss Leontine
Ramsaur, left yesterday morning for
their home. They have been here for
the past three weeks. St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg Times :
Mr. Ernest yBheppard, of Chicago,
is in the city the guest of his brother
Dr. G. C. Sherd.
' r"'
Mrs. A"nha"T3eaton and her little
son are having a pleasant visit with
friends at the lake this week.
Mrs. B. F. Borden and children are
having a delightful visit with friends
at Xewnan, Ga.
Mr. and Mrs Marshall McDavid and
children of Archer, are in the city,
visiting Mr. McDavid's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. H. G. McDavid, and Mrs.
McDavid's mother, Mrs. Julia Mc Mc-Credie.
Credie. Mc-Credie.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Fishel, Miss Paul Pauline
ine Pauline and Mr. Julius, left yesterday for
Hendersonville, X. C, where they
remain until the middle of October.
The B. Y. P. U. will hold a social
at the home of Mrs. C. O. Sanders,
708 south Sanchez street, Tuesday,
night, August 12. All the young
people of the church are cordially in invited
vited invited to be present.
Miss Mattie Adams, who has been
visiting Mrs. J. A Walters and family
left this morning for Sanford, where
she will visit relatives befor return returning
ing returning to her home at Xewberry, S. C.
Mrs. Wilbur Moore and children
arrived from Tampa this afternoon
for a visit to Mrs. Moore's mother,
Mrs. Dave Burnett.
Miss Rhoda Rhody, the efficient
stenographer at the Munroe & Cham Cham-bliss
bliss Cham-bliss Bank, spent Sunday with friends
at the lake.
Mrs. H. H. Whitworth and child children
ren children left today for a visit to the lake.

Miss Mary Affleck left Saturday for

the markets where she will purchase
the latest creations in the millinerv

line, and will also spend a few weeks
of pleasure and recreation at various

Dr. D. X

ieft Saturday .aft

ernoon on a hujry call to White
Springs, to see oiie of his old-time
patients of tweet years ago when he
practiced in Xofh Florida and South
Georgia. Whenever anything is ser serious
ious serious the matter, they always send for
him. j'The docton returned from
White Springs yesterday and left this
morning for Philadelphia, where he
will spend a few days before going
on further north for his vacation.
Mrs. Smith will not leave for sev several
eral several days, but expects to join the doc doctor
tor doctor in New York, from where they
will go to the big woods of Maine for
a well earned and needed rest.
Misses Annie Laurie and Sidney
Perry returned yesterday from a
very pleasant visit to Xorth Lake
Weir, where they were the guests of
Miss Mary Connor.
Mr. Walter E. Cason, formerly a
resident of Ocala, but for the last ten
years a resident of Atlanta, was in
town for a few hours today. He
brought his daughter, Miss Doris,
and sister-in-law, Mrs. Chisholm, to
Pablo, and ran over to Ocala to see
his friends. Mr. Cason worked side
by side with the editor of the Star on
the Baptist Witness for ten years,
and was always a skilled and relia reliable
ble reliable helper. He now has a fine print printing
ing printing office in Atlanta, and does the
printing for the Hotel Ansley, the
Aragon and three other big hostel hostel-ries.
ries. hostel-ries. His old friends here were glad
to see him and know he is doing
Mr. Morris Smith arrived from
Jacksonville yesterday for a visit to
his father, Dr. D. M. Smith, and will
remain a few days to see his Ocala
friends. Mr. Smith is with Kingan
& Co., and is doing well, but is glad
whenever he has a chance to see his
old home and friends.
Mrs. J. H. Hall who has been in
the city for two or three days, visit-,
ing Mrs. Hollinrake and- other
friends, will return to her home in
Tampa tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. Hall
are pleasantly remembered here.
M. and Mrs. J. B. Ray of Lees Leesburg
burg Leesburg returned home today after a
pleasant visit with Mr. and Mrs. Wm.

E. Smith,------"""'


T. D. Lancaster, one of Mun

roe & Chamblisy efficient clerks,
spent Sunday wjpi friends at East East-lake.
lake. East-lake. Mrs. L. H. von Engelken and Miss
von Engelken will leave in a few
days for Daytona, where they will oc occupy
cupy occupy rooms at the Breakers.
Mrs. L. E. Boiler returned Satur Saturday
day Saturday from her visit to St. Petersburg.
Mr. C. T. Hedges has received the
welcome news from Salisbury, X. C.,

Matinee and Night,
August 13
Thos. A. Edison
Genuine Talking

You see the play, you
hear the voices.
Perfect synchronism
of sound and action.
The illusion is startl startling,
ing, startling, the effect is weird.
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only genuine Talking

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Price 15 and 23 Cents,
NIGHT: 8:30 p. m.
Price 25, 35 and 50c.
Seats on sale at
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If parents but knew the effect of ill fitting shoes
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Ocala, lFlopIcia.

that his children, who are with their
mother in that city for the summer,
have recovered from the whooping
cough they were all suffering with
when they left here. ....
Miss MargafeFTpIcIlvaine passed
through today-from Palatka for a
visit to her sister, Mrs. Stanley
Jojpts, at Okahumpka.
Prof? J JI Vorkman otOCala,
who was a member of the summer
normal school faculty, left yesterday
for Nashville, Tenn. He will visit
other points in Tennessee and will be
away about five weeks. Gainesville

Hotel Breakers, Daytona Beach; a
new hotel; has all modern conven conveniences;
iences; conveniences; fronts on Ocean just south
of ocean pier. Rates $2.50 per day
and upwards. Special rates by the
week or month. We make a special specialty
ty specialty of sea food dinners Thursday even evenings
ings evenings and Sunday noon. 6-23-tf

CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter Xo. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday in every month at
1:30 p. m. C. B. Connor, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad


Fort King Camp No. 14 meets in
Yonge's Hall at 8 p. m. every second
Friday. Visiting sovereigns always
welcome. J. F. Thompson, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. Ad
Next meeting Friday night, Sept. 12.

OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.

Ocala Lodge, No. 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. W. Hunter, E. R.
Joseph Bell, Secretary. Ad.

Ocala Loage No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. D. W. Tompkins, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. R. S. Ad

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Combinations in Styles Most Suited to
the Individual Are Offered in Pro ProfusionLittle
fusionLittle ProfusionLittle Vests Aiso Worn
With Good Effect.
The fancy for wearing a short,
smart coat over tixin summer frocks
will appeal to the woman who Is al always
ways always looking for somethag in the
form of a pretty, practical wrap for
dinners at the beach or at the coun country
try country club. The coatee of silk or velvet,
over a draped gown of silken stuff
admirably solves the wrap problem for
the woman who never cares to ap appear
pear appear on the street without a coat of
some sort.
The selection of a coatee, whether
in cutaway style, belted Russian ef effect
fect effect or a combination of the two,
depends upon the figure of the wear-
er. Some of these coats close at the
front over elaborate jabots or vests,
attached to a guimpe of net or other
.sheer fabrics, no bodice or blouse be
ing worn witn tne dressy coat auu
the draped skirt which of course ac accompanies
companies accompanies it. A costume of this sort
will be appropriate for formal lunch luncheon,
eon, luncheon, afternoon card party, promenade
or in fact for any occasion that does
not demand the removal of the coat
and one's appearance in a one-piece
Almost invariably some fine, rich
lace like shadow, filet or Mech Mechlin
lin Mechlin is added to the coat in the way
of sleeve frills and jabot, and fancy
buttons of cut steel, decorated china,
rhinestone and the like are usually
an important trimming device. Little
vests of Pompadour silk or Oriental
patterned silk are also introduced with
gbod effect.
Fetching little evening wraps for
wear later in the season are shown
in three-quarter length or even short shorter.
er. shorter. Some are fashioned of chiffon
over soft silk, others are of lace or
Bome silken material such as char char-meuse,
meuse, char-meuse, crepe de chine, crepe meteor
or chiffon cloth.
Shaded Effects.
At a college dance recently given in
the college theater every one mar
veled at the pretty girls, the nne-
looklng men and the general air of
happiness and enjoyment that prevail
ed. Other dances given in the same
room had been successful, but there
had always been a sort of barnlike
atmosphere which no amount of gay-
ety could dispel. One of the members
of the committee explained the
change. The girls on the comlttee, six
of them, had bought several rolls of
deep pink crepe paper, a ball of twine
and some pins. On the tops or step step-ladders
ladders step-ladders and chairs they had made and
fastened on ruffled paper shades over
every electric bulb in the room. The
result, for which the dancers could
find no reason, was an air of festivity
which every one noted. It was all
due to the soft yellow pink light.
Waistcoat Effects.
Quite the most striking Innovation
seen in blouses was one of voile. This
has a double breasted, low cut waist
coat of ratine striped voile with four
white pearl buttons as a fastening
and finish. From the neck to the
top of the waistcoat it was filled in
with tucked voile. It had all the ap
pearance of a man' b waistcoat and
shirt front, but the materials were so
soft as to relieve it of any possible
mannish effect. Worn with a coat
opened in front, it had the effect of
a waistcoat atiacnea iu iuu wi it
m ft A A J A AV. .auk
Pajama Girls.
Many of the younger girls Just now
are "pajama girls," garbing them
selves tor sleep in copies 01 mens
night wear. Their night suits axe of
daintily colored flannel, or sometimes
of sffk, plain or with a white stripe,
and trimmed with flat white braid.
The girls profess to sleep very com
fortably La their mannish attfr.

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The separate skirt is established.
Last winter cabled despatches said
that Parisians were wearing coats of
one color, skirts of another. A little
later the parti-colored coat suit was
seen on this side of the Atlantic. Then
came serge suits for ppring and early
summer with coats of blue and skirts j
of blue and white or coats of blue and j
colored skirts. Now that the time lor
linen, crash and cotton suits of many
kinds has come the combination of
two colors in these materials is a
usual thing.
The woman who has a cotton suit
of any sort or color should possess
herself of several separate white
skirts. They can be worn with white
or light colored or figured mull or
voile blouses with the coat of the suit,
and so provide many attractive
changes. The coat of the two piece
wash suit which Is never worn so
much as the skirt and does not need
to be laundered so often will easly
serve to wear with three or four
The white skirts can be bought
ready made in attractive materials
and a big variety of smart designs.
A pocket Is a feature of many of
the new skirts. Most of the pockets
are fastened over one or me my
Kf fhic nUnine ia ratlior awV.
BCxo, uul vu., i, av
ward. Some of them are fastened on
one side of the front a much more
convenient position.
A dust-colored
trimmed with a
straw hat 13
swathing of cherry-
colored velvet, and encircling the vel
vet is a wreath composed of small
flowers and foliage.
Quaint Trimmings for Kiddies.
In unexpected spots
Are motifs appliqued.
It may be a cretonne flower
Or a pair of green love-birds
Flower pots or funny woolen trees
With brightest Of WOOlen blossoms
These are on a pocket flap
or just
below the neck.
They are quite irrelevant to the gen
eral scheme of the coat or frock.
One little damsel had a rose on her
collar In the back.
Then two tiny buds appeared on her
A blue eponge coat had a pair of
green birds cut out or cretonne ana
stitched on the left lapeL
Has a Looking-glass.
The girl who goes to dances and
summer hops has many things in the
way of accompaniments for the eve evening
ning evening frock. Chief among these is the
round reticule which carries the hand handkerchief
kerchief handkerchief and a few other little neces necessaries.
saries. necessaries. It is made of brocaded silk
that looks at least a cenUry old.
trimmed with tarnished gold lace and
Vandykes of the tiniest possible little
rosebuds and forget-me-nots. The
main interest about the bag is its
looking-glass base.
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Notice is hereby given that on the
10th dav of September, A. D. 1913, be between
tween between the hours of eleven and two
o'clock on said date, pursuant to an
order of the Honorable V. E. Smith,
county judge, setting as judge of pro probate,
bate, probate, made and entered on the 6th day
of August. A. D. 1913, in the matter,
of the estate of Joseph Y. McKinney,
and wife, deceased, upon applicaton of
Annie McKinney, as administratrix, to
sell the real estate lately belonging to
the said Joseph Y. McKmney, I will
offer for sale and sell at the south'
door of the court house of Marion
county, Florida, at public outcry all
of the following described lands lying
and being in Marion county, to-wit:
Half of lot 5 of plot of Eden Garden
(said plot now on record in the coun coun-tv
tv coun-tv of Marion, state of Florida, as re recorded
corded recorded on page 460, book A, of mis-
mellaneous plats), more particularly
described as follows, to-wit: Begin Beginning
ning Beginning at the northwest corner of the
seU of section 26, township 16. south,
ranare 23 east, thence south 10 chains
and 15 feet, thence east iu cnains,
thence north 10 chains and 15 feet,
, t 10 chain3 to place of be-
innlnsr: reserving a strip 15 feet wide
along the north side of same and a
strin Li fppt widp alone: the east side
for street. Variation 2 decrees 30!
minutes east.
Com. at northeast corner of lot 2,
government survey, section 26, town township
ship township 16 south, range 23 east, thence
west 120 feet, thence south 10 chains,
thence east 120 feet to half-mile line
dividing swU of said section 26, thence
north to point of beginning.
Besinninsr at a point 120 feet west
of southeast corner of lot 2. govern government
ment government survey, section 26, township 16
south, range 23 east, thence west 22.52
rods, thence south to Smith Lake,
thence southeast along margin of said
lake to a point 120 feet west of half-
mile line oetween se ana sw ui
I section 26, thence north to point of be
A strip of land 5 chains wide from
the west side of the following describ described
ed described land: Com. at northeast corner of
lot 2, government survey of section 26
township 16 south, range 23 east,
thence west 12.45 chains, more or less,
to northeast corner of lot owned by
August Benedix, thence sovith to Smith
Ijikc. thence southeast along margin
of said lake to half-mile line dividing!
swi and se1, of said section 26, thence
north along said line to point of be beginning
ginning beginning except a certain strip 120 feet
wide, deeded to Isabella Sinclair on
the east side: com at corner between
Isabella Sinclair and A. Clark on the
nail-mile line aioresaia, wience esi
120 feet, thence south to Smith Lake,
thence along margin of said lake to
said half-mile line, thence north to
point of beginning.
Swi of swVi of rieK 12.4 chains
east and west by 10 chains north and
south in southeast corner of nw4. sec section
tion section 26, township 16 south, range 23
Com 2166 feet south of northeast cor corner
ner corner of nwV of nw of section 26.
township 16 south, range 23 east,
thence north 817 feet, west 592 feet,
south 58" feet, west 300 feet, south 230
jreet. east z xeet point
j com 20 chains west of northwest
corner or se4 or section i, luwusmp
16 south, range 23 east, tnence
6.8 chains, west 8.46 chains, south 8.8
chains to point of beginning. This
and the one above meaning to convey
the same land conveyed to George W.
Andrews by George F. Parker, in 1891
and recorded in book 71, page 43.
Com at point of intersection of lot?
1 and 2 with Smith Lake, section 26
township 16 south, range 23 east, east
12.83 chains, north 1.14 chains, west 4
chains, southwest along margin of
Lake to point of beginning.
Also com at point of intersection or
lots 1 and 2 with Smith Lake, east
12.83 chains, south 3 chains to lake,
thence along lake to point of begin-
nilJots 2 and 3 Davis Add to
in nwU
U of section 26, township 16
eolith raniro 22 east.
Com at a point 2Z.51 cnains west 01
northwest corner of section ze. town
ship 16 south, range Zi east ana run running
ning running thence west 5.95 chains, thence
south 3.22 chains. tnence west .ov
chains, thence south 28 jiegrees. east
13 chains, thence nortn a aegrees v
minutos. past 3.2a chains, tnence aouin
cm oreea piit 2 27 chains, more
ia trt a nnint south of point of begin
ninsr. th-nre north 14.14 chains more
or less to pomi oi Begiuuius.
All riat naref-I OI lana snuaieu
lot 1. government survey, section zo.
.... I , m
township 16 south, range zs east, tying
south of public road Known as uana uana-ler
ler uana-ler and Eelleview country road and
between land of James f. rrame on
north and land of J. Y. McKinney on
east, containing 1 acre, more or less,
being Intended to describe and convey
an irregular shape piece of land, being
all the remaining interest of James T.
Hail and wife in lot 1. section 26. town-
shin 16 south, range 23 east south of
si'd county road.
Lot 10 subdivision of block 54. town
of Candler. North half of lot 9 in block
5 4 town of Candler, bounded on nortn
by Florida Southern railroad right of


florida title and abstract CO.
way. said half-lot measuring 44 feet
east and west.
Com at a corner between A. ciaric
and Isabella Sinclair on half-section
line between seVi and swU of section.
26, township 16 south, range 23 east,
running west 120 feet, thence south to
Smith Lake, thence following said
lake to half-section line, thence north
to point of beginning.
Com 8.93 chains east of northwest
corner of lot 2 in section 27, township
16 south, range 23 east, thence south.
35 chains, thence east v.07 chains,
thence south 45 degrees, east to Smith
Lake, thence northeast along said lake
to east boundary of said lot 2, thence
north to northeast corner of said lot,
thence west 11.07 chains to point of
of lot 5 of plot of Eden Garden
(said plot now on record in the county
of Marion, state of Flrolda. as record recorded
ed recorded on page 460. book A, of miscellan miscellaneous
eous miscellaneous plats), said premises conveyed
are more particularly described as fol follows:
lows: follows: Beginning at southwest corner
of premises conveyed, thence north 5
chains IVi feet to a point, thence east
10 chains to the point of beginning.
Being same premises conveyed to
David D. Hewes by W. II. Whitney and
Celestia U Whitney by deed dated
April 10, 1891. and recorded in public
record of Marion count-. In deed book
66, page 372. Said premises are con conveyed
veyed conveyed subject to reservation of strip
15 feet wide across east side of prem premises
ises premises conveyed for street. Variation 2
decrees 30 minutes east.
One-fourth interest in the following:
W of swi section 27, township
16 range range 23 east tax deed May
20, 1902. of same land to Candler Pro Protected
tected Protected Fruit Co.. el, of sw4. seU of
nwU and lot 3 In section 27, township
16 south, range 23 east, except 10
acres sold to Annie M. Parker, and ex except
cept except 10 acres north and adjoining track
sold to Annie M. Parker. 138 acres,
more or less, same land conveyed to
Candler Protected Fruit Co., by Emily
J. Redding, Feb. 20. 1902.
And beginning at a corner 12.35
chains west of northwest corner of
seVi of section 26. township 16, range
24 south 45 minutes west 22.34 chains
to lake, thence northwestward, follow following
ing following lake as far as by running north
45 minutes east will be 10.06 chains
west first line to a point west of first
or beginning corner thence east 10.06
chains to point of beginning 18.25
Also adloinlng parcel, to-wlt: Be
ginning at corner 12.45 chains west of
northwest corner of se section 26.
township 16 range 23 east, thence
north 10 chains west 7.55 chains south
10 chains east 7.55 chains to point of
beginning 7.55 acres. Being land con conveyed
veyed conveyed to Candler Protected Fruit Co.,
by J. Y. McKinney, Feb. 25. 1902.
And beginning at point 22.06 chains
west of northwest corner of seU sec section
tion section 26, township 16 range 23, running
south 45 minutes west to marsin of
lake thence northwestward following
margin of lake so far as by running
northward 45 minutes east will be 30
feet west of the first line herein men mentioned
tioned mentioned to point west of beginning cor corner,
ner, corner, thence east 30 feet to point of be be-einning.
einning. be-einning. said land being a strip of land
30 feet wide."
Or so much thereof as may be neces necessary
sary necessary to satisfv, pay off and discharge
the debts of the said estate remaining
unpaid, which said debts so remaining
unpaid are shown by the reports on
file in the oice of the Judae of pro probate
bate probate aforesaid. P. H. NUGENT,
7-ft-wky 5t Commissioner.
Rrolulon Adopted bjr the Board of
Publle Instruction of Marion County,
Florida, on Joly 9, 1913, Relating- to
the Calling- of an Election to Deter Determine
mine Determine Whether or Not the Ocala Spe Special
cial Special Tax School Dlntrlct Shall Iaaoe
Honda for School Purposes aa Set
Forth In the Following- Iteaolutloa.
Mr. J. S. Grantham introduced the
following resolution which was adopt adopted:
ed: adopted: WHEREAS, On the ninth (9) day of
July. 1913, there was presented to this
board a petition signed by not less than
25 per cent of the duly qualified elec electors
tors electors and of these there being not less
than 25 per cent of the freeholdlng
electors residing In Ocala Special Tax
School District No. 1 of Marion county,
Florida, who are owners of freeholds
in said district, requesting this board
to call an election pursuant to the act
of the legislature of the state of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, approved May 16, 1913, to deter determine
mine determine whether bonds in the amount of
$75,000 shall be issued by said district
the proceeds of which to be used for
the purpose of "building, enlarging and
repairing chool houses in said district
and furnishing the same, and for the
payment of all indebtedness of said
district existing at the date of the is issuance
suance issuance of such bonds and Incurred tor
the exclusive use of the public free
schools therein," all of which will ap appear
pear appear by the said petition on file In the
office of said board; and,
WHEREAS, Upon Investigation, It
appears that said petition Is signed by
not less than zo per cent oi tne qual qualified
ified qualified electors of said district and of
these there being not less than 25 per
cent who are owners of freeholds
therein, and that the same Is In the
form required by law; now therefore,
be it
RESOLVED. By the board of oubllo
Instruction for the county of Marion,
state of Florida, that it is hereby de determined
termined determined at this the first meeting of
said board after the receipt of said re-
oriiiiion, mai is me amount
S75.9UO is tne amount or
- I bonds required for the purposes set
forth In said petition, to-wit: "To build.
repair ana enlarge scnooi nouses in
said district and furnishing the same,
and for the payment of all indebted
ness of said district existing at the
time of the Issuance of such bonds and
incurred for the exclusive use of the
public free schools therein": that the
rate of Interest to be paid on said
bonds shall be five 5) per cent per
annum due and payable annually on
the first day of July of each year until
said bond3 are paid: that the principal
of sail bonds shall be due and payable
twenty (20) years from the date of
their Issuance.
The above Is a correct copy of the
minutes of July 9. 1913.
: J. H. Brlnson. Secretary.
VT. D. Cam, Chairman. 7-18- 5t wky




A Novel by
Albert Payson Terhuns

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

Copynght 1912. The Bobbs-Merrill Co.. by special
arrangement with Ua LteMiUs PabUiung 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
boea of the house. He proposes marriage
and is refused.
CHAPTER Ill-She gives as one of th
reasons her determination to get revengt
on Jim Blake for ruining her father. Con Congressman
gressman Congressman Frank E. Kelly. Congressman
Standish, turned insurgent, is fighting the
Mulling 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
Eolitical theories. Jim Blake sends for
CHAPTER VII He lays a trap to secure
the name of the woman. He tells Miss
Kelly that he is going to have a talk with
Standish and that at its conclusion the
latter will call up a number on the tele telephone
phone telephone to warn the Woman. He offers
Miss Kelly $100 for that number.

as he spoke Be was running over

' the pages of one of the telephone book9

on the desk. Wanda drove a plug into
the switchboard and droned:
"H'lo! Long distance? That you,
Jessie? This is Wanda. Say, get me
a New York wire on the jump, please.
Yes. Oh, have you? Good! Let the
other party wait, and give it to me,
won't you? Thanks. I've got one al already,"
ready," already," she added, glancing over her
shoulder at Standish. "What number,

! please?"

"One thousand and one, Plaza," he
answered, looking up from the direc directory.
tory. directory. "Plaza one o o one!" she droned

' into the transmitter. "Any name, Mr.

"No," he answered huskily. "Just
the number."
"A'ri! Here you are number one
booth, please. H'lo New York!" she
continued into the transmitter, shov shoving
ing shoving a plug in and out of the switch switchboard
board switchboard three or four times, "Plaza one
o o one. Yes, Plaza one o o
Standish had gone to the first of the
numbered booths. At its door he
"Miss Kelly," said he, "would you
mind taking that receiver off your
head while I'm telephoning?"
"Certainly," she answered in evident
ill-temper at the slur implied by the
She carefully removed and hung up
the metal crescent that held the re receiver
ceiver receiver to her left ear. Standish had
closed the booth door and, from the
corner of her eye, Wanda could see

The Trap Is Sprung.
There was a pause. Neither man
seemed desirous to be first to return
to the attack. The buzz of the city
crept in from outside. The half-stifled
rhythm of the dining-room orchestra
reached them in snatches.
Standish got to his feet; slowly and
more like a very old man than one in
his prime. But he looked down with
crass stolidity at his tormentor. And
in his deep tones there was more of
Borrow than of nervous dread.
"Mr. Blake," he said, "there's one
point I can't quite grasp. Even your
admiration for my worthy qualities
and your very kind desire to save me
trouble, can not wholly explain your
action in telling me. Why are you' giv giving
ing giving away your hand like this?"
Blake looked pained.
"Can't a man. do a decent thing for
once," he grumbled, "without having
his motives picked apart?"
Tm afraid not in your case," an answered
swered answered Standish.
"All right," agreed Blake in no whit
chagrined. "Let's look at it from a
business standpoint, then. If you'll de decide
cide decide suddenly to let this Mullins bill
pass, and if you'll support Mark Rob Robertson
ertson Robertson for the speakership, everything
will be perfectly smooth and har harmonious.
monious. harmonious. And we won't have to use
these painful means
"Oh, I see. A bargain?"
"One that you won't lose by," said
Blake. "A mighty good one, since it
eaves you your political skin, instead
of forcing us to nail it to the barn."
Despite his confidence Blake was
"vaguely worried. He knew men, as a
pianist knows his key-board. And now
a subtle intuition, quite at variance
with all his keen logic, warned him
that Standish was not in the least
frightened by the threat of political
death. Knowing the insurgent's high
ambitions as he did, Blake could not
account for this absence of terror. So,
sfeeling his way, he shifted to the oth oth-er
er oth-er tack.
"The Woman, too," he added. "Think
of her!"
He grinned under his sparse mus mustache.
tache. mustache. For again he saw Standish's
ihands clench. And he knew he had
struck the one right note.
"Yes," went on Blake. "Think of the
Woman! She's walking blindly, un unsuspectingly,
suspectingly, unsuspectingly, right straight into the
trap we've set for her. It'll be hell
lor her. Pure, unadulterated, sky-blue
tell. If she's got a husband or kids
or parents It'll blacken the whole
world for them all. Oh, don't make
us do this thing, man! Think it
over. Don't decide In a rush. Take
your time. By eleven o'clock or so
ill have her name. Then it will be
arly enough for you to tell me your
decision. You'll find me somewhere
about the hotel, if I'm not over at the
Capitol. Good-by."
He strolled off toward the dining dining-room.
room. dining-room. As he passed Wanda he glanc glanced
ed glanced covertly at her through his lowered
lids. She was raptly absorbed in the
novel she was reading. And her dainty
lower jaw moved slowly up and down
in a gum-chewing cadence that be bespoke
spoke bespoke years of practice.
Standish watched Blake out of
sUht. His face, now that the mask
-was no longer needful, worked almost
grotesquely. And his swarthy skin
"was a pallid yellow. He looked like
a pugilist who tries dazedly to rise
after a knock-out.
He was thinking rapidly; despite his
daze. After a moment or two he
crossed hastily to the telephone
' "Get me a New York wire, please,
lie said, looking nervously down the
arridor- "as ouicklv as vou can."

"Just a minute," she interrupted.
"Wasn't there a question of of ?"
"Of a thousand, dollars for you. Yes,
there was. That goes."
"Does it?" she queried sweetly. "Not
with me, it doesn't."
"Look here, young woman!" snarled
Blake, his habitual calm giving place
to a sort of vulpine savagery. "Don't
you try to hold me up! If you do you'll
find you've got a wildcat by the tail."
"Dear me!" she cried in pretty ter terror.
ror. terror. "Well, I'll I'll have to think it
over. Here's your New York wire,
Governor Robertson," she called to
Mark. "What was the number you
wanted, please?"
Robertson came across to the rail.
Get Mrs. Robertson my wife on
the phone," said he. If she's not in,
get one of the servants. I"
"You didn't tell me the number,"
she reminded him.
"Oh," he laughed. "Careless of me!
I forgot I wasn't talking to my sec secretary.
retary. secretary. He generally calls up my New
York home for me. The number is
'Plaza one double o one.'
There was an imperceptible pause.
A momentary contraction of Wanda's
throat. Then, in her everlasting pro professional
fessional professional monotone she droned into
the receiver:
"H'lo! New York? Plaza one o
o one!"
(Continued Tomorrow)

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Small Division of Pie.
"I thought you were going to get
your share of the pie," observed a
Cleveland man who had stayed at
home. "I guess I couldD't wait long
enough," answered the man who had
gone to Washington in the Pullman
and come back in the smoking car.
"I didn't seem to be able to get any
further than the soup!"

"You're Sure the Number Will Give
You the Clue to the Woman?"
him through the glass pane, speaking
into the transmitter. But she had
barely noted the first movement of his
lips when Blake and Mark Robertson
appeared from the dining-room. She
turned her attention to them.
Blake glanced unobtrusively toward
the row of telephone booths and his
half-shut eyes lighted ever so little as
he made out Standish's figure behind
the glass. But he made no other
sign that he noted the successful
springing of the trap he had so pains painstakingly
takingly painstakingly set. In fact, he was talking
interestedly to Robertson on indiffer indifferent
ent indifferent topics.
"Tom tells me," Wanda heard him
say, "that Grace is coming down."
"Yes," answered Robertson, his face
brigtening at mention of his wife's
name, either tonight or tomorrow
morning. And that reminds me: I
meant to call her up and ask which.
I want to meet her at the station.
Miss Kelly," he went on, "can you get
me a New York wire?"
"Yes, sir," said Wanda; "but it'll
take a few minutes to get the connec connection."
tion." connection." "All right," replied Robertson, as she
busied herself amid the labyrinth of
switchboard plugs, "I'll wait here for
it. I"
He stopped as Standish came out of
the booth and laid down a bill for
Wanda to change. Robertson, the
happy light of anticipation dying out
of hi3 face at sight of his foe, turned
his back ostentatiously upon him. Nor
did he speak again till Standish had
gone away. Then he looked around,
to find his father-in-law in eager con conversation
versation conversation with the telephone operator.
"Well," Blake was saying. "Could
you hear anything?"
"No," answered Wanda, still deeply
offended at Standish's request. "Not
a word. He made me hang up the re receiver."
ceiver." receiver." "Huh!" grunted Blake. "He's got
more sense than I thought But the
number? You got the number, of
course. Didn't you?"
"Oh, yes." she returned, "I got the
number, all right."
Blake unceremoniously reached over
the rail and picked up the pad on
which a list of numbers was Jotted
"Is that the one?" he asked, pointing
to the last number Inscribed there.
"Oh, no," said Wanda, recovering
her pad and laying it back in its place
on the desk, with a little slam to em emphasize
phasize emphasize Blake's rudeness in taking it
away. "That isn't the one. Tm leav leaving
ing leaving the line blank, so I can fill in the
number later. It's too valuable to put
on paper just yet."
"You're a born diplomat," he approv approved,
ed, approved, a trifle grudgingly. "Well, what
was the number?"

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Square Foot and Foot Square.
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An Appreciative Orchestra.
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Suffered Eczema 50 Years Now Well

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Seems a long time to endure the
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Dogs Haul Artillery.
Dogs are made use of to haul light
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Minister Praises This Laxative
Rev. II. Stubeenvol of Allison, la.,
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Boils Are a

Bad Indication

Dangerous Fallacy that they
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Severe Test for Physician.
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cian physician to prescribe for him until he had
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"I was cured of diarrhoea by one
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Mr. W. S. Gunsalus, a farmer liv living
ing living near Fleming, Pa., says he ha3
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The appearance of boils lead3 many
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An Aviator Saved Life.
At Berek-sur-Mer, near Boulogne,
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an aviator, who succeeded in attract attracting
ing attracting the attention of a fisherman, who
rescued the invalid.

Thought They Were Natural.
Tommy "You're a coward. My
brother made faces at you yesterday,
an you didn't durst to fight him. You
pretended you didn't know he was
makin faces." Eddie "I didn't, nei neither.
ther. neither. I thought they was natural, like

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The OH Standard general strengrthenice tonic.
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"Tis strange," muttered a young
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per supper party, "how evil communications
corrupt good manners. I've been sur surrounded
rounded surrounded by tumblers all the evening,
and now I'm a tumbler myself."

Malaria or Oiiiiis & Feve;
Prescription No. 668 is prepared especiali
Five or six dotes will break any case, an i
if taken then a a tonic the Fever will no
return. It acta on the liver better thar
Calomel and doea not gripe or cicken. 2S

Words Stronger Than Actions Here.
The author of the old adage, "Ac "Actions
tions "Actions speak louder than words," had
aever had a judge say to him, "Five