OPALA, FLORIDA. THURSO W. AUGUST 21 1913
BLUE SKY LI WILL
FIGHT FOR HARRY THAW'S FREEDOM
HUERTA REALIZED THAT
F MUCH BENEFIT
RE RAO BEEN TOO HASTY
WAGED IJY ASTUTE LAWYERS HACKED II V THK RESOURCES
.OF GREAT WEALTH
CONTRACTS TIIK OPEKATIOXS IX
And Satisfy High State Officials of
the Value of Their Good Ikfore
They Can Solicit Investments.
laiianassee. Aug. 21. rne law
generally Knovn as me oiue sk
law, passed at the recent session of
the legislature, went into effect July
1 . 1 1.1 f,l
1st, and it is now unlawfulto offer
which the company may be located
the stocks, bonds or securities of
any concern except those of Florida
utilittr r.. r Umi ImnVinr o n 4
trust companies, and corporations
under control of the railroad com-'
mission, without an official permit.
This is 51 verv uhnlocnmo Tiioro rf I
i i i
legislation and is more far-reaching
l ii a ij in a ii wuuiu suiJUat; uijoii iirst )
reading of the act. It requires ev every
ery every concern located in or out of the
state, except those specially exempt exempted
ed exempted as enumerated above, before of offering
fering offering for sale any of their stock,
bonds or other securities of any
kind or character outside of the
county in which they are located, to
submit to the comptroller complete
financial statements and get a
mit signed by the comptroller and
attorney general. The law requires j
ilso that when the company is given
such permit that they register every
agent and a registration certificate
is given eacn agent.
Before v. the comptroller and at-!
torney general may issue to any in investment
vestment investment company a permit to sell
its stocks, bonds or securities in this
state they must make such examina examination
tion examination of the concern and of their plan
of doing business as will satisfy them
that the concern has a. fair, just and
equitable proposition to offer, but
the law does not permit the comp comptroller
troller comptroller and attorney general to rec recommend
ommend recommend any company's securities.
The investing public should be
slow to buy any kind of stock or se security
curity security offered them until they have
satisfied themselves that it is no
gold-brick proposition and the "blue
sky" law makes this easy to do. All
that is necessary is to ask the ven vendor
dor vendor for his credentials and a show showing
ing showing that the concern has a permit to
do business in Florida.
If the stock offered is that of a
corporation located in the county in
which it is offered no permit will be
necessary to make the offer in that
county, but if the concern is not
located in the county in which it of
fers its stocks or securities for sale,
then the public will not only be pro protecting
tecting protecting themselves, but will be as assisting
sisting assisting greatly in the administration
of the' law if they will make it a
point to find out if the salesman is
a duly registered agent of a concern
having a permit to do business In the
With the hearty co-operation of
the public the investment fakirs will
be driven from the state and it is
well known that Florida has suffer suffered
ed suffered her share of losses from the sale
of fake stocks and goldbrick, propo propositions
sitions propositions to its citizens.
OPEN ALL. XI GUT
The Merchant's Cafe is a first clas3
place to take your meals. Open night
and day. J. R. Dewej, proprie proprietor;
tor; proprietor; 2-2S-tf
j Uzo Cr Mj JilZP .2 I :
STOCKS AXD SECURITIES OF
'OH 1'IXCHOT j
'Famous Forester and Conservation ;
Advocate Taking a Vacation iGlobensky in his chambers yester yester-in
in yester-in Florida day afternoon. The writ is return-
Jacksonville, Aug. 21. Gifford
... , .
Finchot, whose name but a few
"1S i'ui,uld,u s
lecturer, passed through the city
i yesterday, en route to down state
jvears ago was in every panel and'D gubmlttei the petition to
whose fame as a conservationist was'tne court jn private, then announced
only exceeded by his reputation- asjthat it had been granted.
(points, where he will join his friends, ;discugs his case. 0nlv his lawyers
. the Dimmocks and other members!gaw nm prom the hospital ward of
of the Camp Fire Club, for a stay of
Orange Springs, Aug. 20. Mrs.
iSnellgroe and little daughter of'
lAumou), are me guests 01 .ur. ana
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Airs. II. B. Wilson of Bay Lake
spent last week with her mother,
Mrs. Pedrick. Mrs. Wilson will
leave for Jacksonville soon, where
she will join Mr. Wilson to make
that city their future home.
Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Higgins and
son of Palatka are visitors here, the
per-'suests of Mrs. O. II. Parker.
) Mrs. M. E. Ervin of Ocala snent
last Sunday with her parents, Mr.'
and Mrs. R. A. Carlton.
Mr and -Mrs Jones of MiddleDurg
who gent geveral d Qf ast week
with the latter's brother, Mr. W. D.
Cowart, returned to their home Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. Col. W. M. Toomer of Jackson-!
ville was a recent visitor to the!
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Mr. H. T. Hall of Lowell is
spending several days with his fam family,
ily, family, who have been at the springs
some time recuperating.
Mrs. J. C. Massey went to Ocala
last Monday and will remain sev several
eral several weeks for medical treatment.
Mrs. H. H. Rast and children of
Weirsdale are the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. G. P. Rast.
a r t Av j
ift t n i i ft. j were: Mr. and Mrs. F M. Harp, Mr
left for Lake Butler last Thursday.! , J ,T
win.,.,. u :and Mrs. J. X. Tiller,. Mr. and Mrs
xiijui, me tuuiia auu ui Jir. luwii
send, who was seriously ill is some somewhat
what somewhat better.
Mrs. J. H. Pegram,- has as her
guest her sister, little Miss Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Eigle of Pomona.
Many friends of Mrs. X. L.
Smith will be glad to know there is
a handsome stone set up- to mark It is with sad regret that we learn
her resting place in the cemetery at of the death of Mrs. Henry Taylor,
this place. which occurred at their home at
Mrs. Cornelia Jameson and son, ; Hollindale. last week. Mr. and Mrs.
Master Monte, are occupying the1 Taylor had been married not quite
Townsend Jiome during the family's two years and altho' their friends
absence. here knew little about them, after
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Livingston, Mr. their marriage, as they soon moved
and Mrs. W. F. Jordan and Mr. and, away, we feel sure that they lived
Mrs. J. R. Wimberly were a pleas-j quite happy during the short time
ant party who enjoyed an outing at'of their married life. Mrs. Taylor
Blue Springs. They, report a mostjtnee Miss Susie Kingsley) will be
enjoyable time and plenty of fish. J favorably remembered by the peo-
Mr. Jim Pyles of Ocala was call-' pie of the surrounding community.
ing on the merchants here Monday,
in the interest of the Jake Brown
Mr. R. H. Purdom of the Ocala;
Grocery Company, is in town today.
FOR REXT The Thomas cottage
on cornor of Orange avenue and
South Fourth street. Apply at 310
S. Main street. A. M. Bobbitt.S-2-tf
Why Not Save Money When You Can ?
You can Save from $5 to $7 on a BLUE SERGE or MOHAIR
this store. Going while they last at only $10 a Suit.
"WHY PAY MORE?"
Canadian Judge Heard the Prisoner's Attorneys and Granted a Writ of
k Sherbrooke, Quebec, Aug. 21.
jx.pplication for a writ of habeas
corpus requiring the presence of
! Harry K. Thaw in the superior court
at Sherbrooke was granted by Judge
lable at 10 o clock this morning.
I There was no procedure in open
rrnrt Thaw's lnn'VPr. led bv ChaS.
Thaw remained a secluded pris-
oner in the Sherbrooke jail. Cau-
t;! k,. ,sc famin- hp rpfuspd to
the prison, with two guards watch watching
ing watching him, he sent out for cigars, fresh
linen and delicacies, but he refused
steadfastly to recehe interviewers,
leven barring "old friends," who had
!veported his murder trials, and sub-
cn,,pnt Pniirr battles
sequent court oaiiies.
Eureka, Aug. 19. Miss Oldia
Hinson returned home from Bur-
bank, Sunday, accompanied by Miss
Othello Cassels, who came -to join
the Salt Springs party.
Judge E. S. Smith is up from Ken Kenwood
wood Kenwood visiting his wife and daugh daughters,
ters, daughters, Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Hinson.
Mr. II B. Mathews is in Ocala
again this week consulting his at-
tending physician. Mr. Rainer is in
town for medical care also.
Mr. and Mrs. J. X. Tiller and
Miss Annabell came up from Martin
Monday evening on a visit to
friends. They also went to Salt
Miss Lula Odom left Saturday for
. J til I 11 1 1 ., 11 II V 1.11V .-''V.lfcU
to visit for, an indefinite time
Mrs. E. S
Smith was a caller at
i Ft. .McCoy Sunday afternoon.
Messrs. J. II. Lanair and John La La-nair
nair La-nair were Ocala visitors .last wek.
Miss Willie Proctor, who has been
attending school at Tallahassee, re returned
turned returned home last week.
Quite a crowd left for Salt Springs
Tuesday morning to enjoy a few
days' outing. Those of the party
J. X. Brinson and two little daugh-jan hour or so.
ters, Misses Oldia Ilinscn, Cthello j Justice of the peace Wni. F. Ab Ab-Cassels
Cassels Ab-Cassels and Annabelle Wishart,, shier had a busy day of it last Wed-
Messrs. I. M. Hinson, Charles and
Dexel Harp, Marion Brinson, Tyson
land Abbot Parramore. We trust they
; v.-ill have a delightful time and re
turn as merry hearted as they left.
as nearly all her girlhool days were
spent among them, her home being
jat Bay Lake. She possessed a very
sweet disposition and was well
thought of by all her frieds, both
old and young. Her remains were
brought to Ft. McCoy for interment
To the bereaved ones we can only
say, WBlessed are they that mourn.
for they shall be comforted."
SEXTIMEXT IX SHER11ROOKE
Decidedly iu Favor of (Jiving Harry
Thaw His Liberty
Sherbrooke, Quebec, Aug. 21.
Sentiment in Sherbrooke is distimct distimct-ly
ly distimct-ly in Thaw's favor. A great crowd,
vhich greeted him at the station
when he arrived from Coaticook,
"Let him go! Set him free! He
hasn't done anything to us! Give
him a chance!"
There were, by count, eighteen
women in the court room yesterday.
I hey were well-dressed, well-mannered
Belleview, Aug. 19. There have
been quite a few dogs and chickens
lie under suspicious circumstances
in Belleview, the past year. Ed. Pe Pe-lot's
lot's Pe-lot's dog was the last victim, Ellie
Tremere's' dog caught a good dose,
and but for prompt efforts, would
have died. Eight of the Tremere's
game chickens were found dead,
and upon examination it was plainly
shown that poison did the work
Mr. Isaac Nichols lost some of his
fine bird dogs under suspicious cir circumstances.
cumstances. circumstances. The Hames boys lost
one dog and another was dosed, but
iived throught it. Others have suf suffered,
fered, suffered, but the above enumerations
?o to show systematic effort to hurt
other people, by a most despicable
method; that sooner or later will
show its hand. Parties playing with
this kind of fire will sooner or later
;et their fingers burnt, and the scars
A competitive examination under
:he rules of the United States civil
service commission will be held in
, Ocala Sent. 13. for the nosition of
rural carrier from Summerfield post-
A jolly party, chaperoned by Rev.
W. T. Evans and wife, drove to Lake
Weir last Thursday evening and
were met by Mr. Edwin Camp, who
embarked the whole party on his
launch and gave them a sail by
moonlight over the beautiful waters
of the lake, with a stop at the hos hospitable
pitable hospitable home of Mr. C. E. Connor for
nesday at the morning session of
court. The case of Gary vs. Kiner
was called, and Kiner was-discharg-
iel cn account of no prosecution. At
the afternoon session, Willoughby
vs. Willoughby, assault and battery
with intent to hit. One Willoughby
was placed under a peace bond.
Mrs. Anne Heatherington of Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, is visiting with Mrs. Pratt.
Late Saturday night the people
of his town were treated to one of
the most unearthly combinations of
noise that was ever heard in the vil village.
lage. village. The occasion for the excite excitement
ment excitement was a chivarree given in honor
of the latest bride and groom, Mr.
ani Mrs. W. J. Fant.
Mrs. Delbert Haskell has been
'seriously indispose! since last
Mr. Erwin Camp spent last Sun Sunday
day Sunday calling on his Belleview friends.
A stranger drifted into town last
Sunday morning, and inquired for
the railroad operator. Upon calling
at Mr. Sumner's house, he told him
he wished to wire a message, and
upon Mr. Sumner going to the depot.
ISSUED HIS ULTIMATUM TO UNITED STATES THE OTIIEIl DAY
AXD THEX Will DUE W IT
the stranger offered a message de
manding money, etc., from some of-!
Hrial Seoinf that (hp itartv acteA
'Cool Head of President Wilson's
in a peculiar manner, Justice Ab-,
shier instructed Deputy Sheriff Pelotj Messenger for the Time Being
to carry him to town and turn him! Averted a Conflict
over to the proper authorities. It
jeems the poor fellow imagined he
was in ALabama. He carried the B.
L. E. card, and is evidently some-first renly to the note from Presi Presi-Ahat
Ahat Presi-Ahat demented. jdent Wilson rejected all of the Uni-
' Rev. Evans preached in Candler j ted States proposals, declared that
last Sunday morning, and held ser-Jthe Huerta government must be
vices in the M. E. church at Belle Belle-view
view Belle-view at night.
We regret to note that Mrs. Philip
Fort is seriously ill at her home in
Candler, and hope that Dr. Henry
will soon place her on the road to
a rapid recovery.
Last Sunday night while Mrs.
Tremere was feeding the two tlogs,
Sniglefoot and' Jack, they got in a
fight, in which one of the cats join joined,
ed, joined, and in trying to separate them
one bit Mrs. Tremere on the leg j finally consented to cut out the de de-jast
jast de-jast below the knee. If Mrs. Tre-j mand for recognition and the refer-
mere had been to church, where she
should have been this would not
All patrons of the Belleview pub public
lic public school are invited to meet at the
town hall, Friday evening, Aug. 22,
at 7 o'clock, for the purpose of elect electing
ing electing a member of the school trustees',
ice George J. Procter, resigned.
SOUTH LAKE WEIIl
South Lake Weir, Aug. 19. Mr.
Branch and family of Summerfield,
are occupying the Miller cottage for
rhp rest nf this month. I
Mrs Arthur Adams has srone
Candler to visit her brothers for a
Mr. Clifford Aver and Mr. G. L.
Maughs were visitors at this side ofPvith tte Micannpy team against Mc Mc-the
the Mc-the lake last Thursday. Intosh on the Fort McCy diamond-
Mr. C. E. Brown and sen, Carl, Wednesday afternoon. Micanopy
of Webster, came up to visit Mr. j
Gates, Friday, returning the same
Mr. C. S. Gates, who has been sick Douglas, of Gainesville, spent Sun Sun-or
or Sun-or the past three weeks, is able. to!da' with Mrs. V. P. Smith. They
be out again and Saturday he wentjwere accompanied home by Mrs. D.
to Webster to visit with his da-ugh-!1'- Smith' who vislt Jn Gaines--
rer, Mrs. C. E. Brown. Master CarliviIle for the next few days.
accompanied his grandpa down on Mrs- L x- Rawls ind daughter,
the train. JMiss Loleta, and her brother, of
Mrs: E. B. Sherman was a. visitor j itbrook, were Sunday afternoon
at Lake Weir last Saturdav. ; visitors here.
Mr. Arthur Collens, of Summer-' rs- J- T'son anJ children re re-Seld.
Seld. re-Seld. and Arsene Lehman were call-:turnei frora a vis!t to relatives in
ers at Mr. Mickey's last Sundav. Gainesville, Alachua and Grandin.
Miss Julia Sigmon has returned 1 hcy stored over from Gainesville
from Tallahassee, where she has'ukh Dr- C G- M,ixcn- accompanied
been attending school and we are by his father and mother. Mrs. Ty Ty-told
told Ty-told that Miss Sigmon will teach at on or & lovely trip and says
Shiloh this winter. i lhe chanSe helped her a great deal.
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The Christian Endeavor Society
mi social at the
save n ice crea
rhTir.Mi at We-rcflale Tnesdav evn-
ing of this week.
Of Five Hundred S. C. White Le2
These hens must be sold to make wr mits lueui 1,UU1 uur ".
room. Xow in vour time to get some we wifeh tnera a most enjoyable trip,
good foundation stock cheap and' Mr- Cederic Smith returned Mon Mon-breed
breed Mon-breed up a good lot of winter layers. jdar from a few da5s' outing, spend spend-Apply
Apply spend-Apply for prices to Ivy Poultry Farm. inS Friday with Mr. I. X. Rawls
Ocala, Fla., Fred B. Burden, man-,at Montbrook. and on Saturday at at-ager
ager at-ager 8-3-tf tended the big picnic at Oak Grove,
iand Saturday night and Sunday
Rexall disappearing skin cream is were spent at Fellowship and Cotton
a non-oily preparation for making Plant.
the skin soft aud beautiful. Gerig's
drug stores. 7-25-tf Try a Star Want Ad. It PAYS
ACCEPTED JOHN UNO'S ADVICE
Mexico City, August 21. It has
developed that President Huerta's
recognized within twelve hours and
threatened the handing of passports
to Charge D'Affaires O'Shaughnessy.
Special Envoy Lind and O'Shaugh-
nessy on receiving the Huerta note
hurried to the national palace near
midnight and Impressed Huerta with
the disastrous consequences on the
receipt of the ultimatum at Wash Washington.
ington. Washington. Huerta was visibly perturbed and
ence to withdrawing the passports.
Lind today said that the situation
i much brighter.
Wacahoota, Aug. 19. Mr. and
Mrs. M. R. Becks, of Jacksonville,
who have been visiting Mrs. Beck's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Smith,
left last Wednesday for Fellowship,
where they will visit Mr. Beck'
father, Mr. Lawrence Becks for a
few days, and then to Ocala to Tisit
Mesdames D. T. and T. X. Smith
to'and Mr- Lawrence Smith and wife
were shopping m .uicanopy lasc
Mr. Cedrick Smith played ball
won the game. We did not learn
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Pedris and son,
j "u r- I'l-ei""'.
j "u r-
L X Smith and Misses Th
Leola Smith left Monday in Mr. Ep-
(person's handsome Buick car for a
trip to Daytona. They went enroute
of Ocala and Orlando. They expect
iio stay until Sept. 1, and will visit
a number of places of note on the
least coast before their return.
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THE OCALA EVENING SfAi:. THURSDAY, AUGUST 21.1013
OCALA OCCURRENCES I
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Moose meet this evening.
Band concert tomorrow night.
Mascn3 meet tonight. I An unfortunate occurrence some-
(what marred the pleasure of the day!
at Coin's Spring. As the people j
jwere leaving for home this after-:
'noon, a young man, name unknown,!
jsaid to' be from Summerfield, riding;
The Moose expect to have much a spirited horse, let it get out of
work and lots of fun at their meet-, his control, and the animal dashed
inz this evening. A number of can- full tilt into Mr. It. L. Park's buggy.
didates are in line to have their -in which were his daughters and
antlers riveted in place. eldest son. The buggy was overturn-
ed and Miss Ruth Park was badly
bruised. Her sister, Miss Lucille, was
also hurt but not so much. The
young ladies were brought to town
in an auto by Mr. Peyton Bailey,
and after having their hurts attend attended
ed attended to, were taken home.
A number of our citizens went out
this morning to Coin's Springs, to
attend the picnic given by the' peo
ple ofthathosjitabbs c
V I.niiP7i!iTirt hist fa mil ". rf-
'rom Cuba. TheyVr.
were glad to fcsee their ancestral! A man named Sutton, supposed to
home, but deciied that Florj
best after all.
was be from Georgia, was taken in
charge by Policeman Koonce today
for behavingrSn an accentric man-
Conductor Whilden is in charfce ner. Among other things, it i3 said
of Coast Line trains 44 and 47. whfle j that Sutton wept into a, saloon and
absent on Wis .ordered a drimt, and when the liq
uor was giveif hiinrTbng with the
customary gjaof water, he dranle
the water and left the whisky. TOTsf
wa3 enough to ca iisp -iypicion q f
any man's sanityxHe will have a
Conductor Cason is
Engineer Pat Sims is holding the
lever on the morning and evenin
Homosassa train while Mr. Brooks i
absent at Miami.
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Table I mmyT i i ftw
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JLI1IULA : nlUMilo &mjo :
Cards received from Mr. Usher
Norwood state that he is in Atlanta
enjoying the good times that are to
be had in that city.
Secretary Rooney had a handsome
photo of the boy scopts taken Tues
day. Its a good-looking group of
sturdy, well set-up boys.
Visitors to Dunnellon state that
the work of laying the sewers is pro progressing
gressing progressing very rapidly, and to the sat satisfaction
isfaction satisfaction of every citizen of the
FOR SALE I have for sale, at
less than its value, a splendid resi residence
dence residence on ojie of the most beautiful
streets in the city. See me before
it Is sold. S. S. Savage, Jr. 8-21-6t.
FOR SALE OR RENT Six room
house, front, side and back porch.
Good soft water, lot 100x200 feet.
Stable. At 20 N. Alverez street.
Apply to T. C. Thomas, at post post-office
office post-office 8-21-6t
The Boy Scouts wijl meet at the
residence of Mrs. W. K. Zedwaski to tonight
night tonight to rehf-arse the part they will
take in the entertainment at the
Temple Theater next Tuesday night.
All of the boys are urged to be pres present
ent present promptly at seven thirty.
Mr. Jack Brooks, the faithful en engineer
gineer engineer on Coast Line trains 4 8 and
49, has gone to Miami to visit his
mother, and see about some proper property
ty property he owns in the Magic City.
Cashier Stokes of the Ocala Na National
tional National Banksays that nearly every everyone
one everyone who has been in the bank since
the union depot petition was left
there has signed the petition. He
says that as soon as the bank's book bookkeeper
keeper bookkeeper returns from his vacation, he
will take the petition around, and
there is no boubt that it will be al almost
most almost unanimously signed.
The Board of Trade windows are
a good-sized Marion County Fair in
Those summer fronts to the Post
office Drugstore and the other stores
in the Merchant's block are just the
things for this weather. The doors
look a little bit like jail doors, but
that makes no difference as long as
they are open.
Bouquet Jeanice, a new perfume.
just in, $1 an ounce. Gerig's drug
Mr. F. A. Wood, president oi the
Central National Bank of St. Peters
burg, came up on the early morning
train and, remained till the south
bound 3 o'clock train, visiting Mr
A. C. Blowers, and looking over the
big -plant of the Blowers Lime &
Phosphate Co., three miles north of
DR. W. K. IiANE Specialist, Eye
l-.ar, ISose and Throat. Office Law
Library Building, Ocala. Adv.
Ocala members of the Nut Club
indignantly deny that Harry Thaw
is a past worthy president of their
Mr. Hugh Geiger, an employe of
the O. K. Teapot Grocery, who drives
one of that firm's delivery wagons,
sustained a painful accident this
morning. While driving down North
Sanchez street the horse became un un-managable
managable un-managable and began kicking and
backing and during his struggles
broke one of the shafts to the wagon.
While Mr. Geiger was trying to ex extricate
tricate extricate the horse from the wagon,
the animal kicked him on the leg.
Several men came to his assistance
and quieted the horse. The injur injuria
ia injuria a painful but not serious one.
A little incident on the day of the
election for school bonds showed
just how much in earnest the Boy
Scouts were to obtain the votes and
how thoroughly they go after any anything.
thing. anything. -Upon calling upon one man
to see if he had voted they found
him at home with his foot hurt in
such a way that he could not reach
the court house. The boys came to
town, obtained a pair of crutches
and an automobile and carried them
out to this man and brought him in into
to into town so he could vote for the
Mr. Geo. H. Harrison, of Bain Bain-hridge,
hridge, Bain-hridge, Ga., is in the city to take
xharge of the advertising and pub publicity
licity publicity campaign for the Marion Coun County
ty County Protective Association. Mr. Har Harrison
rison Harrison is a college graduate, an author
of some note, and in his own town is
a, merchant and prominent business
man, and comes to Ocala with the
endorsement of the business men
and the banks of his home town, as
to his' personal and business integri integrity.
ty. integrity. He has resided there for many many-years,
years, many-years, and possesses the respect and
good will of he community. He pro proposes
poses proposes to wage a clean, but vigorous
campaign for the saloon people of
The Fort McCoy baseball team ar arrived
rived arrived this afternoon for a game with
the Ocala juniors. They were ac accompanied
companied accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. J. H. La-Rue.
You can qualify as a fourth-class
postmaster or a rural carrier. Civil
service examinations soon to be held
in this state for both positions. Our
separate and distinct $5 course for
either position will positively ena enable
ble enable you to make a winning average
in the required examination. Wom Women
en Women eligible for postmaster. Send
money today, or write for free par particulars
ticulars particulars to Government Information
Bureau 42, Washington, D. C. 8221t
Enjoy outdoor life without tan and
freckles. Rexall cold cream Insures
your complexion. Get it at Gerig's
LOYAL ORDER OP MOOSE
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.
Malaria or Ohiiis & Fevei
Prescription No. 666 is prepared especial!,
for MALARIA or CHILLS A. FEVR:
Five or six doses will break any case, an
if taken then as a tonic the Fever will nc
return. It acts on the liver better thai
Calomel and does not gripe or sicken. 2S
If you would Buy, Sell,
Lease or Exchange, see
me at the Courthouse or
write for my bulletin of
summer bargains in
Choice Properties : :
J. H. BRINS0N
This is something that is used in
everj' household three times daily,
ion should be careful in selecting,
your table linen. Duy now while you
have x chance to save and get the
."8-inth Table Damask, regular 29c
gtKds at per yard: 19c
GO-inch Mercerized Damask, 50c
grade at ier yard 34c
72-inch Highly Mercerized Damask,
59c grade at per yard 43c
CS-inch All Linen Damask, our reg-
jilar 85c goods at per yard . 59c
72-iiuii All Linen Damask, our price
$1.25, in this sale per yard. .98c
72-inch All Linen Damask, our $1.50
goods, a great special, per
72-inch All Linen Damask, high
grade goods at per yard. .$1.39
72-hu'li All Linen Damask, the best'
carried by us at per yard .$1.49
Don's Duy Vour Linen Till You See
What We Have
10 to 10:30 a. m. only.
9-4 Unbleached Sheeting,
known the world over
as the best,
Limit 5 yds. to a customer.
"Where you will Eventually Trade,"
WHY XOT N'OW?
Meirs$3.0 Straw Hats for $1.00.
Men's K. & W. Shirts for $1.35.
Men's K. & W. Collars for 10c.
31en's 25c Paris Garters for 17c.
Men's 50c II. V. D. Underwear Jor
Men's $1.00 and $1.25 Shirts for
8ic ; .
' i '-' t
,Men's 'Faultless Pajamas for 85c
Mensf ; and Boy's Bathing Suits (2
piece) for 25c.
Headlight Overalls, the best made
for 85c. f rV :
FTlfl ( K
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
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.
CONCORDIA LODGE F. U. OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets in Yonge's Hall
on the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor, P.M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad
ORDER OF EASTERN' STAR
Eastern Star Chapter 29, regular
meeting first Friday night each
month at Yonge's Hall. Visitors wel welcome.
come. welcome. Florrie Condon, Sec'y.
Mrs. A. E. Burnett,
OPEN DAY AND T5TGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. :vieais a la cane ana luncnes
at any hour. Adv.
W. C. BLANCHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
P. O. BOX 46
MARION COUNTY DIRECTORY
Judge Circuit Court W. S. Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, Ocala.
District Attorney E. W. Davis,
Clerk Circuit Court P. H. Nugent,
SherifT 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. Carml Carml-chael,
chael, Carml-chael, Ocala; J. W. Davis. Summer Summer-field;
field; Summer-field; W t. Henderson, Lynne; D. G.
Watkins, Dunnellon; Walter Luff Luff-man,
man, Luff-man, Sparr.
Board Public Instruction J. H.
Brinson, Superintendent, Ocala; B.
R. Blitch, Blitchton; J. S. Grantham,
Fort McCoy; W. D. Cam, Ocala.
Masons meet Thursday evening.
DR. F. E. McCLANE, M. D.
SPECIALIST IN CHRONIC DISEASES
The Dr. McCIane Medical, Surgical and
PHONES Office, No. 333. Dr McClane's Residence, No. 407.
Ofiice Suite 1 to 7, Holder Bloclc Sooth w cor. Puhllc Square.
WHITE TTAJR ULIME,
TRANSFER AND FIREPROOF STORAGE
COLLIER BROS.. Proprietors.
Teams for Ligbt
and Heavy Hauling.
Superior to Plaste
or Ceiling in
Quality or Price.
THE OCAL A E VEXING STAR, THURSDAY, AUGUST 21. 1913
Have a business of your own some day, so that
you may enjoy a comfortable old age; there is one
way to do it: Banlcjyour money now. Let your ac account
count account grow; therfsdme day, you will be prepared to
take A GOOD BUSINESS CHANCE or to invest
your money in a paying business. The man who
has a business of his own first banked his money and
then helped to make his bank account GROW.
DO YOUR BANKING WITH US
We Pay 4 per cent Interest oa Savings Accounts
. yi. Ill
Installed in our store is roasting
cheap, medium and high-grade
coffees that will give you more
flavor, more strength and save
you money on your coffee bill.
dly Gt wky 2t
.Honor Jloll of Volunteers for the
Blitchton lloatl Working
Dr. J. E. Chace with man and
Jake Brown, self, two drays.
F. W. Ditto, self and auto and two
Dr. L. H. Von Engelken, self, auto
.Mrs. J. R. Moorhead, aid serving
Mrs. Ola Potter, same as above.
Mrs. B. H. Seymour, as above.
Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk, same as above.
.Mrs. Mae Bingham, same as above.
W. C. Blanchard self,
i Joseph P. Taylor, self, son .and
team. Mr. Taylor lives on the Blitch Blitch-;
; Blitch-; ton road.
i Perry Edwards, colored, self and
H. A. Fausett, self and two teams.
J. F. Hall, self.
Judge Bell, self and auto.
J. G. Kichline.
C. A. Scandrett.
Ocala Evening Star.
W. T. Gary, mule and wagon and
! J. P. Phillips, mule and wagon
R. S. Abbott, professional ser services.
vices. services. Dr. Boozer, self and laborer.
Dr. Walter Hood, self and laborer.
Marcus Frank, entire force of
S. T. Sistrunk. self and man.
B. H. Seymour, self, auto and two
H. C. Jones, self, auto and eight
J. T. Hall, self.
A. J. Leavengood, self.
W. H. Anderson and family with
double team from Williston.
R. C. Loveridge, self. j
Ed Carmichael, self and two
Capt. Tucker. Do his best.
Mrs. W. H. Anderson and daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, dinner for twelve.
W. H. Anderson, self and three
sons, two-horse wagon and all nec necessary
essary necessary tools.
W. F. Blesch, laborer.
H. S. Chambers, laborer.
D. S. Welsh, self.
C. L. Anderson, self and laborer.
Ocala Heights Dairy, team.
H. H. Whitworth, self and man.
SKNT BACK TO
THE VXITKl STATKS
... ........ ... .....
The Probable Iteult of Thaw's)
Hearing in- Canada Today.
Sherbrooke, Aug. 21.-The habeas
corpus case of Harry Thaw came to
a hearing at 10 o'clock this morning.
Thaw will be across the American
borier in the state of Vermont by
tonight if events shape themselves
as Canadian officials in close touch
with the proceedings anticipate.
Statement of the Condition of
THE OGALU NATIONAL- BANK-
of Ocala, Florida
At close of business Saturday, Au gust 9th. 1913.
port to the comptroller of the currency.
Condensed from re-
IICEHTA FOOLS HIMSELF
Loans and discounts $212,S02.oS ;CapitaI stock $
Marion county warrants
15,732.76 Surplus (earned)
If He Thinks Wilson is Not Hacked
by Public Opinion in America
Washington. Aug. 21. Intima Intimations
tions Intimations are contained in Provisional
President Huerta's reply to the Am-,
erican note presented by John Lind
that President Wilson is not backed
up by congress or the American pub public
lic public in his stand against recognition
of the Huerta government.
Referring to attacks on the Wash Washington
ington Washington administration by members
of congress and pointing to the offic official
ial official recommendations of Ambassador
Henry Lane Wilson advising recog recognition,
nition, recognition, Huerta says he is entitled to
be recognized. He holds that the
democratic party's power is tempo temporary
rary temporary and argues that recognition of
his government is a partisan ques question
tion question in the United States. He inti intimates
mates intimates that he reached his conclusion
on private advices from Washington.
United States bonds to
secure circulation .
Other bonds and secur securities
ities securities Banking house, furniture
In vaults .
73,000. 00 Circulation
This Hank has recently been design ited an active Depository for
the United States.
Lost Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Pent and Similar Local Needs
HIT DICiGS HEAVY
There will be a meeting of farm farmers
ers farmers pn Friday, Aug. 22nd. also Fri Friday:
day: Friday: night, at Board of Trade rooms,
for the purpose of hearing E. C.
Thornhill, state president of the
Farmers' Cooperative and Educa Educational
tional Educational Union, along lines of better bettering
ing bettering the conditions of farmers by co cooperative
operative cooperative methods; also ,to organize
the Farmers Union in Marion coun county.
ty. county. Let every one that can possibly
do so, be present. Very important.
J. D. Rooney, Sec'y.
Marion County Board of Trade.
PKOCHAM FOR HANI) CONCERT
California Jury Found IHgtKs Guilty
on Four Counts
San Francisco, Calif., Auf. 21. In
eloping with Marsha Warrington
from California, to Reno, New, Mau Mau-rey
rey Mau-rey I. Diggs, former state architect
of California, was guilty of violating
the Tnn act, which makes it a fel felony
ony felony to transport women for immoral
purposes from one state to another.
This was the verdict last night of
the jury that tried him. Five years
in the federal penitentiary is tke
F. Drew Caminetti. co-defendant
with Diggs, will be placed on trial
before Judge Van Fleet in the United
States district court today.
Sentence will be pronounced Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Sept. 2. Counsel for the de defense
fense defense announced that they should
appeal to the highest court in the
Following; are the names of the clerks
.polling places In the precincts of Mar
ion county, norma, at tne election to
Tuesday, September 10, A. !., 1913s
Precinct 1, A. to L. inclusive. Ocala
L. R Ilallard. clerk; liaxter Carn,
II. T. Adams, J. H. Livingston. Jr.. in
t-r.T rr.v"T -I-. I ITecinct 1. M. to L. Inclusive, Ocala
OR RENT Three rooms SUita- Geo. V. .Marsh, clerk; T. L. Dekle. U
ble for housekppninf iin-?ta.ri or Iooher, J- P. Phillips, inspectors,
uie ior noubeKeepin0, upstairs or, precinct No. 2, Iteddick Kd. D. Kou,
first floor; half block from postof-' clerk; j. c. Dupuis, F. J. McQuaig:, V.
p- , ,, 0 1 F. Pulliam, inspectors.
fice. Address, M. R., care Star, ITecinct No. 3. Fleminston If. V.
Office. S-9-12t ; Nettles, clerk; J. M. Mathews. AV. H.
Anderson, C. M. Gray, inspectors.
, Precinct No. 4, Cotton Plant C. R.
iFOR SALE 1913 4hp. Indian'SenS
motorcycle. Cheap for cash. II. S. I'recinct No. 5, Uomeo J H Lanier,
, . m .. clerk; J. H. Uisjgina. J. F. Hudgens.
chambers. i-lo-ttd J. Folks, inspectors.
. j Precinct No. 6. Camp Izzard H. A.
irtoss, clerk; E. V. W. Jordan. V. F.
FOR SALE 1913 motorcycles and Strickland, Geo. X. Dorr, Inspectors.
, . i Precinct No. 7. Shady Geo. Johns,
motor boats at bargain prices, all ( clerk; Iteuben Redding. Fred G. Puhl,
makes, brand new machines, on easy j tummerfteld-J. D.
monthly payment plan. Get our'Proctor, clerk; Irvln S. liillups, J.
... . ... Leon Wall, Frank Izabell. inspectors,
proposition before buying or you wnl, precinct No. s. Lake Weir j. M.
regret it, also bargains in used Blair, clerk; G F. Kemp John T.
; Lewis, H. U. Henry, fer.. inspectors,
motorcycles. Write us today. En-j Precinct No. 10. Moss Bluff j. C.
Mn Qffimn fnr rpilv ArtrtrPSQ T ook Pillans- clerk: w- E- Martin. M. H.
.iOe Stamp ior repij. Aaaress, LOCK Morrison. Albert W. Fort, inspectors.
Box 11, Trenton, Mich. 7-18-tf Precinct No 11, Grahamville J. A..
! Reynolds, clerk- L W. Wilson, J. It.
jltosers. R. C. Fort, inspectors.
VCiTt cat p ln arrp? pnrnver I'recinct No. 12, Salt Springs W. P.
rUK bALL JoO acres cutOter Williamson, clerk; J. Y. Hicks. W. S.
pine land with railroad siding, shan-; Hastings, J. F. Falana. inspectors.
. ... 3.1 Precinct No. 13. Fort McCoy A. J.
ties and good well of water; good for Albritton, clerk; R. a. Hosan. J. w.
J i o-rpf ohlps and vine trrowine- nrice Stevens, W. S. Priest, Inspectors.
ye0etaDies ana vine growing, price precinct No. 14. Orange Springs W.
$10 per acre; three miles irom uuii-:F. Jordan, clerk: r. a. Carlton, u. M.
,, . .. T iWaldron, D. R. Drinson, inspectors,
nellon. For in.ornation write J. G.j precinct No. 15, Llnadaie c. A. Mc-
LOST SUIT AGAINST LAW
By order of U. S. Judge R, ,11.
Call in Jacksonville, the suit brought
woman lawyer of Chicago, against
Sheriff W. E. Law, of Hernando
county and others, for damages for
alleged false imprisonment, has been
dismissed. Tampa Tribune.
Baskin, Dunnellon, Fla.
7-2-l v 'Craney, clerk; D. L Drawdy, C J. Mc Mc-SCraney,
SCraney, Mc-SCraney, W. II. Dowell, inspectors.
Precinct No. 16, Cltra R. C. Uoug-
FOR SALE A brand new visible lass, clerk; W. J. Crosby, M. J. Tlm-
imons, Robert Shortridge, inspectors,
typewriter, one roll top desk andi Precinct No. 17, Anthony B. lr.
-hair two well drilling" niflchinp5 L-itner, clerk; C. C Priest, J. D. Ba.
.nair, two wen arunn& macnines, kjn D w shealy, inspectors.
n linroa rt r A nmi- cnt rt V yn a-c J J'rivplnnt n 18. Martin T O. Vhb.
" . ... t 'clerk; W. M. Shockley, A. Knob-
Terms if desired. Address, C. T. jock, H. A. Meadows, inspectors.
nj a- n 1 i Precinct No. 19. Stanton K. F. New-
nuu5H aL tdlc,mlus OLUIC- wVia' port, clerk; Arsene J. Lehman, W. T.
iKelsey, John F.
20. lilitchton J.
M. IMjIIHds. n. w.
A good 12-acre farm 1 miles Ft rauson, Sam W. Curry, inspectors.
from courthouse, with all farming 1 nJuMns.ierk: 2 V Tl'ile.a a
, t, i implements. Will either rent it or Stanley, J. N. Shedd. inspectors,
by Mrs. Annie Ball, the wealthy 1 e e 1 11 lfcUl 1L UL precinct No. 22, Mcintosh L T,
T I S t T I
triiflr farmpru tipP1 annlv T Tl ts- "aviru, n. ii. irvine, inspectors.
trucK iarmers neea appij. j. v., precinct No. 23. Pedro w. it.
Star office. 8-18-6t 'Swearingen. clerk; S. G. Lovell. M. M.
I'roctor, Konert hnaw, inspectors.
I'recinct No. 24, Dunnellon C. Ii.
Hood, clerk; W. N. Knight, F. J. Tit Tit-comb.
comb. Tit-comb. K. F. Smith, inspectors.
Precinct No. 25, Candler A. J. Snell,
clerk: Albert McClain, G. G. Richie,
I OH HKXKFIT OF THE IUHK
Florida Rye and 90 Day Seed Oafs
We have just bought 3,000 bushels of the 90-day
or Burt OATS, grown in Florida, and 600 bushels of
Florida RYE. We went through Madison county
and selected the nicest Oats and Rye grown in the
county. If you expect to plant either Oats or Rye,
you had better buy early, or arrange for them, as
they are very scarce and the price will be much
Ocala ecl Store.
HEADQUARTERS FOR WIRE FENCE
"We" have Just received a 'carload of vthe Famous SOUTHERN Wire
Fencing. Staples and Hay Wire' and'arg in position to make you some
attractive prices on It. We are the only dealers in this section of the
country that handle this brand of fence and have demonstrated in the
past that it Is absolutely the.bet and strongest fence on the market,
and running it as we have in competition with many inferior grades
of wire fence. "We have had some phenomenal sales on it and
made many friends and customers--; Give us your order.. If the goods
don't make good we will.
.i Mj ULlLV umVm'mVm'mJ
The following program will be
rendered at the band concert Friday
March, "King Over All" Scou Scou-ton.
ton. Scou-ton. Overture, selected.
Serenade, "Why Do I Weep for
Ten minutes intermission.
Intermezzo, "Indian War Dance."
. Medley, "Gospel Hymns" Ben-ett.
Mauana, "Chilian Dance" Jean
March, "Emblem of Liberty"
CITY OF OCALA
Mayor J. D. Robertson.
Recorder L. T. Izlar.
Assistant Recorder Joseph Bell..
Council B. A. Weathers, presi president:
dent: president: J. H. Taylor, president pro
tem; Z. C. Bennett, Baxter Carn, J.
W. Hood, E. T. Helvenston, G. A.
Carmichael, F. G. B. Weihe, C. M.
City Attorney C. L. Sistrunk.
- City Clerk H. C. Sistrunk.
Treasurer and Tax Collector W.
City Engineer J. R. Moorhead.
Superintendent Light Plant J. C.
Superintendent Water Works .1.
Marshal A. J. Brigance.
Fire Chief H. S. Chambers.
Sanitary Inspector G. W. Cleve Cleveland.
land. Cleveland. Street Commissioner R obert
OUTGOING 31 AILS CLOSF
Do not forget the benefit enter entertainment
tainment entertainment at the Temple Theater,
Tuesday night, Aug. 26, for the ben benefit
efit benefit of the park.
Phone 24 4 for prompt and accur accurate
ate accurate night prescription service. Gerig's
drug store. Adv. S-4
Of Teachers' Examination
Notice is hereby given that the
regular state uniform examination
tor certificates to teach will be held
at the Ocala High School building for
whites and at Howard Acauemy for
colored, beginning on Tuesday, Sep September
tember September 2, 1913, at 9 a. m.
Applicants will provide themselves
with the necessary cap paper, pens
and ink, and a fee of one dollar will
be collected at the beginning of the
J. II. liiinson,
v.S-ir-St dS-15-tf Superintendent.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, Independent a. Belcher, inspectors.
t Precinct No. 26, Sparr Jno.
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every Luffman, clerk; A. S. lambert, D. V.
Tuesday evening at S o'clock in ; "r.Hker' w- D- Eminlsor. sr.. inspec-
Yonge's Hall, Fort King avenue. Vis- , I'recmct No. 27. Eureka Jasper J.
., ,. it. l.nnson, clerk: John It. Ilosan, U- li.
ltors in the City invited to be with US. Marsh. F. M. Harp, inspectors.
Iclerk; V. J. Frink. L. K. Dankwert2r
!"V. J. Wright, inspectors.
i I'recinct So. 2'J, Kenclrick A. S.
I'ickett, clerk; Z. Graham, C. H. Shaw,
Peter l.oos, inspectors.
Precinct No. 30. Mart el 1. A. Aus-
i ley, cl-rk ; J. L. Peck, J. A. Carter. J.
ill 1 i t Lr .nwritn-.tfTij
G. L. Taylor, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary. Adv.
Precinct No. 31, Fairfield G. Mark-
1 n ,. 1 lr T Y T tl M it a
Stewart and children, of Hull, and 'oVoniue. inspectors:
Mrs. C. C. Hail and children. of!, Precinct No 32, Geler W. It. Dre Dre-,,
,, Dre-,, . 'nt-r, clerk; .1 1. liittington. J. D.
.Aielbourne. hae returned home, af-j Dupuis. s. P. Geiser. Jnpectors.
ter spending several weeks with ji:oard of cmistione'f' flS'on
their mother, Mrs. J. T. Phillips. j Caunty, Florida.
Miss Sarah Ferguson, who has)
been visiting frien.ls at Fairfield for)
t I.. COLIIERT, TAX COLLECTOR,
the past week, returned home last
'In onnt Milk Marlon County, For
Mr. and Mrs
Do You Wear
If you do they should always
be spotless and nicely pressed.
Pressing and cleaning is our
business. Call phone twenty twenty-one.
one. twenty-one. D0DS0N & RENTZ.
i County I'roprr Fnntl
' Pre illccted. June 1st. 1913 $ 1198.42
Collins and ;;' treasurer's receipt ........ 217.10
.... , f"i;r!f,e uncoiiec;ea juiy i,
children, of Lvinston, were the week' P)13 ., ; 981.32
pnii o-upsf; rf Mr nnd Alrt; T Mr. .. mr nnn riinrunrr r una
ena &uests ci .Mr. ana .Mrs. b. j. .ic- rncn.:eeted June 1st. 1913 $
Cullv. M;' treasurer' receipt
Mrs. J. T. Phillips is visiting hen ip -t $ 654.25
mother, Mrs. Hull, of Reddick. 1 1 nroileetel June 1st, 1913 f 1165.60
. 'F.xtra.s collected 27.00
we are sorry to report Mrs. jane
Hudgens and Mr. W. R.
Rae and' ... 1192.60
hy treasurer s recemt tin
son, CoyJe, on the sick list. Wei
i balance uncollected f 824.60
hope for them a speedy recovery.
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Matthews,
County School Pond
T'ncollected June 1st. 1913.. ..S 5592.40
P.y treasurer's receipt 1013.25
of Fleminsrton. scent Sundav with balance uncollected July 1.
i 9 4 8. I
County Itoari Fund
t'ncollected June I. 1913 f 3994.51
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.
OCALA NORTHERN NORTH
7 a. m.; 12:55 p. m.
STAR ROUTES Blitchton and
Calvary 2 p. m.
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W.
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Walston and
children, of Wauchula, returned
home last Monday, after a two
weeks' stay with their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. B. Rawls.
This whole community was grief
stricken upon the death of little
Mildred, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
T. E. Carter, who died of congestive
chill last Wednesday at Hawthorne,
where she and her mother were vis visiting
iting visiting relatives. The remains were
interred in the family burial ground
last Thursday. The little grave was
"Queen of Sea Routes"
BIEKCHA.VrS' A MIXERS, TRANS. CO.
o ... ., , Completely covered with beautiful
Savannah, Baltimore, Philadelphia,
Boston and Providence Af .
. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rawls have sold
Fine steamers; best service; low! . ,.,
fares; wireless telegraph. Through a11 of their lrIert-v except their
tickets to and from principal noint3. home, and have moved to St. Peteis-
Send for booklet.
H. C. AVERY, Agent,
L. D. JONES. C. A
burg, to reside
The Best Hot Weather Tonic
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TOXIC enriche. the
Seminole Hotel. Jacksonville. Fla. 5."!, !iwr"8tem "d wi" won:
K. of P. meet Monday evening. !W coastwise Trip in the World" ?dep
By treasurer's receipt
tjaiance uncollected July 1,
113 $ 3270.79
Conntr HiilldlBK Fond
t'ncollected June 1st, 1913 $ 2396.79
My treasurer's receipt 434.23
Balance uncollected July 1.
pelal Indebted neon Fund
Fncolleeted June 1st. 1913.... f 3253.32
F'y irea.-furer'n receipt ,578.97
Balance uncollected July 1,
113 $ 274.35
T'ncollected June 1st, 1913 f 2687.46
My treasurer's receipt 443.74
Balance uncollected July 1,
M13 $ 2243.72
Total balances $17,190.74
tate of Florida,
I, P. M. Xuyent. clerk circuit court,
hereby certify that the above is a true
md correct statement of the collector's
accounts with Marion county and the
sub-school districts, as the same ap appears;
pears; appears; upon the books in my office.
Witness my hand and official seal
hi 8th day of Julv, 1!U3.
Seal) l H. NUGENT,
Clerk Circuit Court.
, ry c. K. CO.VNOK.
wky. -8 Deputy Clerk Circuit Court-
Cures Cid Sores, Other KemetSes Won't Curt.
The worst cases, no matter of how lone standing
are cored by the wonderful, old reliable Dr.
Porter's Antiseptic Healing: OiL It relieves
Paia and Heals at the same time. 25c, 50c, fl.CC
THE OCALA EEMAG STAR, THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1913
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
SITTING KR & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
1J. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Rusiness .Manager
J. II. Uenjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.
:o cut any timber until they know
Iwhat the new tariff rates will be.
:The only thins in the way of settling
'the tariff question is the attitude of
i.he re. uLlican senators who keep the
l country at a standstill while the
i play politics.
! OUT OF THE MUD
One year, in advance 5.00
Six months, in advance 2.50
Three months, in advance.... 1.25
One month, in advance. 50
Enthuse.! by the new spirit of road
building, thousands of volunteers
(inarched forth from every county in
(western .Missouri yesterday to be-
Icome a part of Governor Major's!
One year, in advance $8.00 army of 350.000. which in response
Six months, in advance 4.25'to his proclamation, began a two
Three months, in advance.... 2.25jdays campaign that was expected to
One month, in advance 80 add $1,000,000 in betterments to
the public highways of the state.
This, the first statewide movement
HE WILL DO US IF WE LET HIM of the waiting room and what does in favor of better roads, was expected
Jit give in return? j to be not only an epoch in the de-
Mr. Morton Riddle, in appearing! Mr. Riddle can do great things for velopment of Missouri, but an ex
Opportunities aie 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 money."
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
Ttie Miinroe & Qiambliss .Bank
before the council to submit final Ocala if he wants to or, maybe, if j ample that would be followed by j
plans for the railroad improvements, his superiors will let him and if he j other states and thus lead to a gen-i
stated 'that the land fronting on; will do even the decent thing foreral improvement of highways all
Kentucky avenue, between the pas- Ocala, he will find Ocala apprecia- over the United States
senger station and pine street would
be used as a park. This will con
vert what has long been an eyesore ;
into a place of beauty. Lakeland
Mr. Morton Riddle would do the
same thing for us, perhaps, or some something
thing something similar 1 thereto if he were al
lowed the privilege but our traffic' mindful of the very pretty and fra-
I SECRETARY ROOXEY
SMOKES OCALA CIGARS
Rush of business'
matters caused my overlooking a
tne. bo rar, be, or nis company, .o army was ever better nreDaredhiit rroHit At tho m oat? no- fi
have only tried to do Ocala, and the j for a campaign than that which i the Board of Trade, through the
Star is sorry to see the Banner try-, marched forth to "pull Missouri outjcourtesy of C H. Mathews & Co. we
ing to help him. (of the mud. Eight thousand road
I overseers in the state for weeks
UNCLE FRANK IS APPRECIATIVE have been assembling equipment and
laying out the work to be done so
were recipients of a box each of
Pizarro and Katy Lee cigars, which
were enjoyed by those present. This
lis the right spirit and makes boost-
station continues to occupy its prom prominent
inent prominent place on one of our principal
streets and other streets are block blocked
ed blocked with sidetracks, and conditions
are likely to continue so for a long
time, because of the slow progress
being made' in getting Mr. Morton
Riddle and our city council together.
Hurry up, dear gentlemen, please.
Time and tide are hurrying us along
and some of us cannot afford to wait
many more years to see the beauti beautiful
ful beautiful and beneficial changes that we
hope for. "Time is pushing!" Ban Banner.
ner. Banner. If the editor of the Banner will
examine the city records, or even
bis own files, he will find that the
city council gave the Coast Line
ample opportunity to remove its
-"traffic station" from one of "our
principal streets" over eight years
.ago, allowing it to close South
Fourth street on its promise to re re-.move
.move re-.move its freight depot from the mid middle
dle middle of Osceola avenue to the corner
promise has never been kept, tho
the railroad closed the street, and
closed two other streets without per permission,
mission, permission, and has ever since used
them, paying nothing to the city in
return. If any citizen of this town
had so imposed on the public he
would be considered as a liar -and a
! Jl .1 1 - 1 3 I. t.
-swmuiei, ituu ne wuuiu ue prusecui prusecui-ed
ed prusecui-ed and punished unless he, like
cthe railroad, .possessed unlimited
capital, enabling him to hide in the
tangled ambush provided by the
technicalities, not the justice of the
Now, that the time has come that
the people of Ocala are awakening to
the possibilities of their city, and de desire
sire desire to assure its future in good
looks as well as prosperity, the
Coast Line comes and demands more
streets in order that it may build
and permanently establish its freight
yard in the heart of our residence
section. It does not offer anything
to Ocala in return. It simply offers
to build a freight warehouse that it
needs for its own business.
We do not see where the Banner
finds any warrant for saying that the
Coast Line would do anything bene beneficial
ficial beneficial for Ocala. It never has. It
keeps its freight depot in the middle
of a principal street, it blocks other
streets, it keeps its freight scales at
a point where they make continual
annoyance and danger to tl people,
it has allowed its passenger station
to run down until it is more shabby
than that of the Seaboard, it gives
the people of Ocala, Dunnellon and
Homosassa the worst cars on its sys system;
tem; system; it even hauled them in jimcrow
cars -until the railroad commission
compelled it to do better; it kept a
muckpond in front of its passenger
station until the city threatened to
make it take up the sidetrack, and
the platform of the station is cover covered
ed covered with water now in every rain, it
stops stinking fishcars right in front
The editor of this paper is not un-j systematically that every squad ofiers of the members of the board.
men was put to work without delay! What
I pie to the fact and especially the
grant bouquet of roses that the press
of the state is just now decorating
him with. Time is toying with him
and he is toying with time so rapid rapidly,
ly, rapidly, that he can regard these mxich ap appreciated
preciated appreciated favors only as flowers, but
he wishes to say to his brothers of
the press that he loves flowers, andjrecord, promises much for the gen gen-has
has gen-has always loved them he loves to:era result.
bestow them on others and loves to
Every city, town and hamlet is .business men. If vou want home
represented in the movement and in j people to patronize you, and buy
the farming districts nearly every! your goods, then set the pace and
able-bodied man enlisted. A spirit! buy every home product you can.
or rivalry among tne counties eacn Patronize home industrv.
of which wanted to make the best
manufacturers make as good cigars
as any other point in the state, or
South for that matter, and every
cigar dealer should give made in
The Star would respectfully call Ocala cigars preference. Will you
tne attention Ot tne Street commit- do it? If our smokinsr nennle would'
receive them for himself. It makes
the world look so much more beau
tiful and living in it so much morejtee to tne condition of Wenona street 'smoke their home product and noth-
The Star differs from the Banner
on some questions of public matters
and public men, but it is always glad
to offer its editor a flower or a
bunch of them, and is certain that no
journalist in Florida deserves them
The Star is informed that trains
37 and 38, the "Palmetto Limited,"
which have been running between
Jacksonville and St. Petersburg for
some years, will pass us by this sea season.
son. season. They will run via Dunnellon
and Inverness. These have been the
only really v up-to-date Coast Line
trains that have been running thru
this city, the other trains being
made up of cars that have been so
long is use that they would hardly
be used as jimcrow coaches in any
other part of the country. Not only
Ocala, but Gainesville and Leesburg,
will be virtually on one of the Coast
Line's sidetracks. v
from Fort King to South Fourth, ling else, and our dealers would put
This street was plowed up some; Ocala cigars as their leaders, it;
weeks ago and re-surfaced, the new would only be a short time until we j
material being dumped on top of the could advertise to the world that
sandbed, where it has been allowed 'our city handles only its home
to remain, unrolled and unleveled, jmade goods, that its merchants, its
making the street unusually rough, consumers demand recognition of
It should be attended to. jmade at home goods. A year would
j demonstrate more than any of you
The appointment of Francis Bur-1 ever imagined. Our manufacturing
ton Harrison to be governor-general j interests would so increase that pay
of the Philippines is another proof of 'rolls would be doubled; more houses
Woodrow Wilson's good
picking out public men.
Representative American people
like money and admire success. They
do not approve of a man who makes
a hog of himself in" acquiring money,
and they do not like men who j use
success in a way to oppress other
people. This is the position of the
great American public, as expressed
thru its press and speakers, and the
Star challenges anyone to success successfully
fully successfully controvert the statement. A
man who worships wealth naturally
thinks all who do not share in his
devotion hate wealthy people, but
this is a mistake not shared in by
The democratic senators who say
Clayton of Alabama should not be
allowed to take the place in the Sen Senate
ate Senate to which he has been appointed
by the governor of his state are cer certainly
tainly certainly conscientious and probably
correct. All the same, if the repub republicans
licans republicans were in power by a vote or
two, and needed an appointee to
strengthen their majority, they would
seat him in a hurry.
for homes occupied, more groceries
and drygoods sold. All lines of bus business
iness business growing. Let us have a great
v. a, jougnnn or lampa nas Deen:advance movement in Ocala. A
elected commander-in-chief of the j waking up along lines of standing by
Spanish War Veterans, who had a home industry. If our people will
mighty good time in Palatka this! band together and stand by made in
week. It is his privilege to name the
Ocala products, just so soon as we
next meeting place of the veterans, ; can make this fact known bv wise
and he will doubtless choose Tampa.
It was feared a few months ago
that the first regiment of the Florida
state troops would be obliged to dis disband,
band, disband, on account of several com companies
panies companies falling below the number of
men required. There has been a re-
advertising, you will find manufac manufacturing
turing manufacturing plants, factories and capital
knocking at our doors for entrance.
Let us wake up, see what outsiders
are saying of us, "Best inland city in
the state." If we will only work to together
gether together as a whole our city will soon
have more new enterprises, bringing
money and influence into our devel-
vival lately, and the regiment is now
stronger than it has been for years, lopments. Who will be the first one
! to join me in a campaign for home
patronage and home made products?
Our business men should take this
up actively. Our professional men,
The Key West Citizen has an announced
nounced announced its support of Claude L' L'-Engle
Engle L'-Engle for congressman from the
lourth Florida district, and asserts, in fact everybody. How would our
he can occupy the berth as long as j physicians, our dentists, our lawyers
he wants it. j like the idea if every client should
;go outside our city to secure ser-
Genial J. Fred DeBerry is now j vices or representation. No, up
secretary ot the Plant City board of would go a howl, indignation meet-
trade, ines ealore. Then let us beein an
active bona fide campaign and get getting
ting getting down to facts, patronize home
merchants and home made products.
Come in and join with me and we
will march to success.
J. D. Rooney, Sec'y.
BARGAIN IN BUILDING LOTS
The state board of health declares
that the feather duster is a crime
against society. We don't use one
ourself. When the dust in our sanc sanctum
tum sanctum becomes thick enough to be an annoying,
noying, annoying, we use a spade.
A large number of Georgia and
Florida sawmills have suspended op operations,
erations, operations, because they are unwilling
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
Electors wanting transfers from
one election district to another can
write me at Cotton Plant, Fla., or
appear in person at my office in the
court house at Ocala. on SeDt. 2nd
OCALA LODGE NO. 280, B. P. O. E.and 3rd 1913f after which time the
books will close. D. M. Barco,
Ocala Lodge, No. 286, Benovelent;Supervisor of Registration, Marion
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each months jVisiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome.
Chas. W. Hunter, E. R.
Joseph Bell, Secretary. Ad.
Moose meet this evening.
County, Florida, dlk 8-16-3t
An elegant line of lawyers man j-
j script covers, in any color that could
be desired, just received at the Star
With Original Shells, as Fresh
as Wheii Taken From
Baked Crabs: Mix with the contents of a can of McMenmin's
Deviled Crabs Meat, bread crumbs or pounded crackers. Pepper
and salt the whole to taste. Mince some cold boiled ham.
Have the baking pan well buttered, place therein first a layer of
the crab meat prepared as above, then a layer of the minced ham,
and so on, alternating until the pan is filled. Cover the top with
bread crumbs and .a bit of batter and bake.
Send us your name and we will have mailed to you
Crab Book, containing many PRACTICAL RECIPES.
Robin Hood Specials:
Robin Hood Apricots, fOc tins, for 23c
Robin Hood Pears, 30c tins, for 23c
Robin Hood Sweet Peas, 20c tins, 13c
Q)o Mo Tea Poll
W. H. MARSH
We are equipped with the Latest, Largest, Rest Vulcanizing
plant in Central Florida. Any sized tire bandied at one time.
AH work Guaranteed to be First-Class.
Bring us your Caings and Tubes to be Vulcanized.
Worn out tires and tubes bought.
FISK and FIRESTONE TIRES
of all sizes and rims, always In stock
DAVIES, The Tire Man
Phone 438. OCALA, FLORIDA .Main St., near Postoflice,
Read our UNCLASSIFIED ADS. for your wants
All Straw Hats must go regardless of cost. Come
early and make your selection before the are all pick picked
ed picked over and your size is gone.
$1.50 HATS $1.50 HATS $1.50 HATS
We also have some excellent values in felt hats. We
are closing out broken lots, and broken sizes just one
or two of a style. Regular $3 hats $1.50 just half Prica
Ladies Ready to Wear
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, AUGUST 21. 1913
Woodmar Sand & Stone Company
land, Crushed Mock
Pleasant Camping Trip to Lake
Mcintosh, Aug. 20. A party of
ten young folks o this vicinity
Xlyeni iour days of last week in
V icamit at Garrison hammock, on Lake
' Lochloosa, going to and from the
scamp by beat. With three hearty
meals each cay, several swims, fish fish-:ing
:ing fish-:ing and boat riding, the time passed
litul k I 42IftJ r I LIT I 3 f tJM
i j J i I
I !; him
very quickly, in spite of the predic predictions
tions predictions that all they would find to do
it is iili!
Plant and Office North Main St.
I would be to fight mosquitoes.
A reported that toward the end of the jjj
jtrip that some of the party were Jjj
S forced to eat alligator steak, as the
I rations were running low and 'it was
! impossible to procure any other kind:
Vioi iresn meai in inai vicinity, inis.
A probably would not have leaked out:
2jhad not the "Emily" of Mcintosh,'
with Mr. D. H. Pettys, owner, Mrs.;
H. L. Dickson and Mr. and Mrs. J
At This Period Use All
Safeguards for Comforts and Well Being
The best and most practical of these i3 ice our ice. It preserves
your food, conserves your health, increases your pleasure, does
you good In ways too numerous to mention and all for a little
OCALA ICE & PACKING CO.
H I W
A visit to our store this week will prove decidedly
advantageous to you, if you've any shopping to do.
A glance below will tell you of a few specials on
I. Gist aboard, dropped in at their
landing just as the young folks
were preparing their evening meal.
After a hearty repast and cleaning
up camp for the night, the entire
crowd accompanied the Emily as far
as the entrance to Cross Creek on its
way home. Camp was broken Thurs-j
day morning and night found all!
the campers at their respective!
homes, regretting that the trip had!
AJkirt tins IPtarolbcei
Is now prepared to give you estimates on all kinds of
PLUMBING, STEAM FITTING & GAS FITTING
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.
.Get my prices on Uaat new Bungalow, Cottage, Residence or
Store, Office Building or School House. My prices are Right, my
eJ.1 O. IVfcCA.!SlKILJL,
P. O. Box 330
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
"If I do it, it's don Right."
been of such short duration. Those
in the crowd were Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Hester, Jr., of Evinston; Miss
Helen McRae, Mr. Keep and Mr.
Buckner Yolford of Boardman;
Mis3 Appie Redditt of Citra; Mr.
and Mrs. J. H. Bateman, Miss Fay
Xorsworthy and W. X. Gist of Mc Mcintosh.
intosh. Mcintosh. Mrs. W. E. Allen and daughter,
Lelia are spending several weeks
with Mrs. Allen's niece, Mrs. Travis
Mr. and Mrs. V. F, McFadden
have moved into Mcintosh and are
occupying the Bateman house.
Mr. Bennett was in town last
week, lecturing in behalf of Colum-
i bia College, Lake City.
Miss Appie Redditt of Citra was
the guest of Miss Liiyaa- Xorswor Xorsworthy
thy Xorsworthy the past week.
Mr. J. K. Christian is building a
new packing house almost opposite
the statiqn in preparation for the
coming orange season. W ork is be being
ing being pushed on the new Arredonda
grove packing house half a mile
south of Mcintosh. This building is
to have galvanized skylights and
ventilators, and it is said will be the
best lighted packing house in this
section of the state.
On last Thursday the Mcintosh
and Reddick baseball teams clashed
on the Mcintosh diamond, with the
following score: Reddick 12; Mcin Mcintosh
tosh Mcintosh 9. The same afternoon and
evening the B. Y.tP. U. sold ice
cream in the park with a good crowd
present in spite of the bad weather.
Mr. J. C. Turnipseed sailed from
Jacksonville on Monday evening for
the northern markets to purchase
fall and winter goods for the firm of
Turnipseed & Gist.
We take a positive pride in our business. We've got
the best Lumber and Building Materials that can be
had, and we "sell it right." We've been doing busi business
ness business in this community for years, furnishing good
stuff at reasonable prices, and will give you a square
deal every time. Our references are our customers
who have dealt with us for years.
THE GREAT TAX RAISER
AXI) UrsiXKSS DESTROYER
is expected to land in Marion County
about September Kith.. In fact, he
is looking for a location now and, of
course, the great Destroyer will not
fail to fetch his famous Steam Rol Roller
ler Roller along, in order to flatten out bus business,
iness, business, to flatten your financial re resources,
sources, resources, your income, your property
values, your rents, your salaries,
your job, your farm products and
every conceivable avenue through
which money and prosperity travel
together. He will not fail to flatten
many of your cherished ambitions
many of your dearest hopes and
wishes. He is a real, live Booster
for Jacksonville and other seaport
towns but will dig the financial
grave of Ocala. Now, what are you
going to do about it? Don't wait to
decide the great question until you
have been battered into financial in insensibility,
sensibility, insensibility, but do it now Prohibi Prohibition,
tion, Prohibition, as a financial 'proposition, is a
"pipe dream" yes, a real night nightmare;
mare; nightmare; and, as a religious proposi proposition,
tion, proposition, a huge spiritual blunder.. It is
not the Gospel, never saved a soul
and never will, and is not God's way
of teaching righteousness, temper temperance
ance temperance and virtue to men. The true
Christian religion never comes out
of a Ballot Boy, neither through
pressure from the outside, but from
within the heart, the affections, the
j life, .therefore I'rohibmon is a
I humbug pure and simple. Put the
lid on and nail it down! Adv.
CMldrens Rompers made of
ve.rv best materials in col- (T
ors, values 50c .
Kimonas, every one a bar- M
gain, all sizes,
Specials in our Grocery Department
Wesson Cooking Oil, 2 pound can net weight. The can
Best Table Butter, the Pound JCJq
Primier Brand Stulfed Olives OQp
also plain, 20 oz. bottle
Van Camps Catsup, -j
large size the best Ou
Primier Brand Jam QOp
35c value, the jarGU
19 IS 1TI W
We teach your dollars to have more cents
begin a revival at Shiloh church
Sunday afternoon, August 24th.
Miss Thelma McAllister of Citra is
the guest of her cousin, Mrs. YV. I.
Miss Ethel Xeil spent the week
end with friends at Micanopy.
Mr. and Mrs. G. YV. Leitner were
callers at the home of Mrs. F. H.
Dreher on Sunday.
We are glad to say that Mrs. YV.
R. Dreher, who has had fever for
the past six weeks, is improving.
Mr. C. B. Weaver of Plant City
spent several days last week at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Geiger.
Mr. J. I. Whittington was a recent
visitor at InverneV?-
Miss Ethel Xeil and a party from
Micanopy were viistors at YVorth YVorth-ington
ington YVorth-ington Springs during the past week.
Mr. Willie Dreher has returned
home from Georgia, where he has
been packing fruit.
Geiger, Aug. 21. Mrs. F. R.
Dreher has returned home, after
spending six weeks with relatives at
Lexington, S. C.
Electra, Aug. 19. Mrs. G. A
Douglass and sister, Miss Mae Hal- j
ford, returned to Lake City Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. Mrs. Douglass has ben visit visiting
ing visiting her mother, Mrs. R. A. Halford.
Mr, Lawrence Marsh and family of
Lake George, are moving back to
their home this side of the big scrub.
We are glad to have Mr. Marsh wPh
Mrs. G. H. Heath, of Hastings, is
visiting her mother, Mrs. G. A. Sel Sellers.
lers. Sellers. Mr. Earl Heath is visiting friends
and relatives here now.
Mrs. Ella Freer and daughters, of
Levon visited relatives here last
Mr. J. G. Fokes has moved into
Levy hammock, where he will take
charge of the orange grove of Mr.
Mrs. Ida Higgenbotham is visit visiting
ing visiting her sister, Mrs. Ella Sellers.
The I'll Try It Club is progress progressing
ing progressing nicely and will give an entertain entertainment
ment entertainment about the first of September
YVe wish to announce the annual
picnic at the Electra school hoase,
on August 29. Everybody invited.
Little Annie Stebelton, while play
ing the other day, was bitten on the
I eye by a spider. YVe hope it will
We do not "BORE" Customers who come to buy
We do our business easily. We sell to everybody at
the same price all the time.
If you Ve never dealt with us "brace up" and come
Our tools will hold their edge for you and hold your
trade for us.
anon Mariware m
Phone US, Ocala, Fla.
Mrs. K. E. Ausley is visiting rela-;not put the eye out.
tives at Inverness. Rev. Bennett, a student of Col-
Miss Gracie Harroll, after spend-(umbia College, was with us Sunday
,ing two weeks with her cousin, Miss night.
Where Shall I Go To School ?
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
STANDS FOR BEST DEVELOPMENT
OF BODY, MIND AND SPIRIT OF
YOUNG MEN. 8 COLLEGES and Divis Divisions:
ions: Divisions: LIBERAL ARTS; LAW; ENGI ENGINEERING;
NEERING; ENGINEERING; AGRICULTURE: TEACH TEACHERS'
ERS' TEACHERS' COLLEGE; EXPERIMENT STA STATION;
TION; STATION; EXTENSION DIVISION; GRAD GRADUATE
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 statee
and foreign countries last session.
TUITION FREE. BOARD AND EN ENTRANCE
TRANCE ENTRANCE FEES, $132.50 per year. Write
today for catalogue.
7-24-tf A. A. 31 Lit PUREE, President.
STATE COLLEGE FOR YVOMEY
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.
TUITION FREE. BOARD AND EN ENTRANCE
TRANCE ENTRANCE FEES. $124 per year. For
EDWARD CONRADI, Premldeat-
Carn of Reddick, returned!
home on Sunday. I
Masons meet tonight.
Try a Star Want Ad. It PAYS
Try a Star Want Ad. It PAYS Try a Star Want Ad. It PAYS-
Rev. Henderson of Micanopy will
THE OCALA EYEXIXG STAR, THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1913
BUFFET SUPPER A PLEASURE
! OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS I
(If you have any items for this department call phone 106)
Takes Work From Hostess, and Guests
Are Pleased With the Novelty
of the Thing.
Miss Cecile Downs left today foiv
Daytona Beach to visit Mrs. Xathai
Mayo for a fortnight. Mrs. Mayo and
family have been on the beach all
summer and report a gay season.
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Weil, who
were residents of Ocala for a few
months during the past year, but
now of Tampa, have gone to Cin Cincinnati
cinnati Cincinnati to visit relatives, after
which they will go to Xew York,
where Mr. Weil will buy goods for
the Falk's department store, of
which he is manager.
Jr., of Lake1
leave Tuesday for Vir
ginia to join heTyiaughters, Misses
Eloise and Katheiine Henry, who
have been with relatives since June1
Nurn to Florida about Oct. skr
Miss Lois Epperson of Williston,
has gone to Shelbyville, Tenn., to
visit Miss Ida Camp Berry. Both
young ladies were guests of Mrs.
Maude Home In this city last winter.
Mrs. C. R. Tydings and son, Mr.
Robert Tydings, will leave Sunday
for an outing of several weeks. Their
first stop will be Austell Springs,
'Mrs. W. L. Denham of Gainesville
is the guest of her father, Col. Nic
Barco at Cfystll River. Mrs. Den
ham was formerly Mrs. Bishop of
this city arttTbililt the house now
owned and occupied by Dr. H. C
Mrs. ATfanorChattanooga. Tenn
who has often visited her daughter,
Mrs. James Taylor in Ocala, is spend spending
ing spending the summer in Pittsburg, Pa.,
with her other daughter, Mrs. J. M.
Stoeckle, who has also been an ad admired
mired admired guest of Mrs. Taylor.
Mrs. W. J. Sheridan and Mrs. J.
S. McAteer left today for Daytona
Beach, where they will spend the
Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Seymour visit visited
ed visited friends in Kendrick this after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Miss Irma Blake is visiting one of
her State College schoolmates, Miss
Ella Billingsley at Reddick.
Mrs. Mabry Sumner left this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon for a few weeks' visit to rel relatives
atives relatives in Dade City and Tampa.
Mrs. George Campbell and daugh daughter.
ter. daughter. Miss Alice Campbell, spent a
very pleasant day yesterday with
Mrs. William Seckinger at her beau beautiful
tiful beautiful home at Martel.
Mrs. Gay Livingston, who has
been the guest of Miss Mary Burford
for several days, returned to her
home at Kissimmee yesterday. Mrs.
Livingston was formerly Miss Alta
Pearson and has .a host of friends
here who always welcome her cor cordially.
dially. cordially. f
Gen. H. W. Long of Martel was a
; well known person seen on our
streets this morning.
Mrs. George MacKay and little
Miss Annie MacKay were viistors
from the lake today.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Stevens have
gone to Lakeland to visit their sons,
. Messrs. H. C. and I. V. Stevens and
Misses Margaret and Mamie Tay
lor are planning ty leave for the
Catskill mountains, in Xew York
itate, about the firsT) where thev
I have just oiened up my new
garage on Xorth Main street, and
solicit a share of the patronage of
rar owners in Opala and surrounding
territory. The' repair department
is prepared to do all kinds of auto automobile
mobile automobile repairing on short notice.
None but first-class workmen em employed,
ployed, employed, and therefore, I am in po position
sition position to guarantee every job that
leaves the place. Rates will be found
reasonable as high-class workman workmanship
ship workmanship and good material can be fur furnished
nished furnished GIVE 3IE A TRIAL
T. C. Luckie
Building formerly occupied by Ideal
will stay untl Columbia College
opens. MissTaylor will resume Her
tudies at rHtTuniversity and Miss
amie Taylorafter a short stay in
New. York, will return home
last night and seems
Conductor L. O. Cason, the pop popular
ular popular bellpuller on Coast Line trains
4 4 and '4 7, with his wife and baby,
left yesterday for -Asheville, to en
joy a month's deserved vacation.
Misses Frances and Dorothy Yonge
are enjoying a visit to Waycross, the
guests of Mrs. C. T. Strickland.
Mr. H. G. Tabor of Atlanta, on
his way to Eustis, stopped in Ocala
to see his wife and daughter, who
have been here for some weeks.
Mrs. M. K. Bingham and grand granddaughter,
daughter, granddaughter, Miss Edlocke Eycleshimer,
returned today from their visit to
MAKING USE OF REMNANTS
Odd Lengths of Trimming, Purchased
for Little, May Be Utilized to
Fashion the Accessories.
Many times during the year odd
lengths of trimming can be purchased
t the remnant counters at small cost.
hese short lengths can be utilized
o fashion yokes or other dress ac
A simple method for making a yoke
from bands of lace insertion is to first
cut a pattern from stiff brown paper,
to this baste the strips of inser insertion
tion insertion and stitch bands of the material
If this material, from which the
dress is made, should prove too heavy
for this purpose, use a fabric match matching
ing matching the background of the trimming.
Tucked net, mousseline de soie or chif chiffon
fon chiffon can be successfully used for these
strips. Turn the edges of the bands
in to prevent any danger of fraying
and whipstitch the edges together.
Three narrow folds of the net or mous mousseline
seline mousseline make a neat finish for the neck
line If you dislike a high collar.
Guimpes can be made in the same
manner on a foundation of heavy
net or lightweight lawn for summer
This season so many chemisettes
are worn and attractive ones can be
made from odd lengths of lace or net.
A number of these are shirred and
this can be more successfully oc oc-complished
complished oc-complished on a foundation of brown
STRIKING EVENING GOWN
Evening gown of king's blue
charmeuse, with short train and
sheath opening in front from the knee
down. The cassock Is of tulle heavily
encrusted with silver embroidery.
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t :: :: V.
The buffet supper is coming more
and more into vogue, especially for
the informal Sunday evening sort of
entertainment. This has come about
partly because of the unwillingness
Of the average maid to give up her
regular Sunday afternoon and eve evening
ning evening holiday. She can not be depend depended
ed depended on to serve even the simplest kind
of a supper on Sunday, and so her mis mistress
tress mistress must plan to do things the eas easiest
iest easiest way possible.
It is a good idea to have the sup supper
per supper prepared earlier in the day and
to have only those dishes that will
not be any the less palatable for a
few hours standing. Sandwiches, cold
meat or chicken, salad, tarts and small
cakes can be prepared and placed on
the dining table at the proper time.
Coffee or tea can be made at the last
minute and served from a small serv serving
ing serving table. The silver and napkins
should be placed on the buffet or side sideboard,
board, sideboard, and with everything so con conveniently
veniently conveniently arranged each guest may
serve himself to whatever pleases his
Quite a number of people may be
entertained in this way without the
aid of a servant. The very Informal Informality
ity Informality of this form of hospitality appeals
to most people, and it solves a prob problem
lem problem for the hostess who finds that she
is compelled temporarily to dispense
with the services of her maid.
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 284. The Court Pharmacy. 7 6t
AT THE TEMPLE THIS EVENING
Tonight at the Temple Theater
will be seen one of the finest pro programs,
grams, programs, ever presented by this popu popular
lar popular play house. The main attraction
is a beautiful three-reel feature, en entitled,
titled, entitled, "When a Woman Loves."
You will always regret it if you miss
this feature, especially when you
hear your neighbors praising it in
Besides this three-reel feature a
splendid Selig comedy will be shown.
This picture is entitled, "When the
Circus Comes to Town," and will be
especially delightful to the young
folks. Don't miss it. adv.
is at Stake
A mere matter of expense is of no
Our motto in our profession is
"Not how Cheap, but how GOOD."
But it will be found that our prices
are always as low as consistent with
a high grade of pharmaceutical ser service.
vice. service. Accuracy and Promptness are
N. B. For accuracy's sake ask
your doctor not to telephone your
prescription, but to -WRITE it, and
we will send for it.
"The Store Accommodating"
J. E. CHACE
Rooms 9, 10, 11, Holder Block
L. F. B LA LOCK
Office Over Commercial Bank
M. C. IZLAR
Dental Surgeon J
Office Law Library Building
I. G. PURVIS
Office Over Nash Dry Goods Store
j JOSEPH BELL
Attorney at Law
Office Second Floor Munroe and
Chambliss Bank Building
Beautiful Damask Table Cloths with Napkins to
match, pure Linen, beautiful patterns, and excellent
values. A complete line with a wide range of prices.
Suit and Skirt.
The best Umbrella we know of
able handle and
us show you its
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS AT OCALA
The following schedule Is not paid
for, but Is primed for the information
of the public. The railroads are re requested
quested requested to send in corrections when whenever
ever whenever necessary. N
SEABOARD AIR LINE
3 1:05 p.m
9 (Limited) .. .2:30 p.m.
1 1:j5 a. m.
2 2:25 a.m.
4 12:50 p.m.
10 (Limited) : .4:20 p m.
1:25 p.m. i
2:33 p.m. i
The limited leaves Jacksonville at
11:30 a. m. and arrives in Tampa at 6
p. in. 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, Vldwood, Ocala, Starke
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
Southbound Jax. and St. I'eternburs
No. 9 10:35 p.m. 0:46 p.m.
19 2:40 p.m. 2:42 p.m.
Southbound -Ocala and Lakeland
No. 35 (Sunnyjim) 6:40 a.m.
Northbound Jai. and St. Petersburg
No. 10 5:19 a.m 5:20 a.m.
No. 40 12:54 p.m. 1:14 p.m.
Northbound Lakeland and Ocala
No. 32 (Sunnyjim) Arrive 9.50 p.m
Ocala and iloniowamui
Leave No. 49 8:20 a.m.
Leave No. 47 2:25 p.m.
Arrive No. 44 12:50 p.m.
Arrive No. 48 :00 p.m.
Lv. for Palatka.. 7:30 a.m. i:25 p.m.
Sunday trains .8:00 a.m. 1:25 p.m
vr. from Palatka 10:40 a.n. VlO p.m.
"I was cured of diarrhoea by one
dose of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy," writes M.
E. Gebhardt, Oriole. Pa. There Is
nothing better. For sale by all deal dealers.
ers. dealers. Adv.
MARIOX-DUNX MASONIC LODGE
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.
One of the most common ailments
rhat hard working people are afflict afflicted
ed afflicted with is lame back. Apply Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Liniment twice a day and
nassage the parts thoroughly at each
application, and you will get quick
relief. For sale by all dealers. Adv.
1 r 1
14 CI El M'U J I I -.H. l.
Pry Goods lepartaeiit.
Crash, the ideal material for your Fall
Many, and beautiful slialies to choose
hinged ferrule, it can't be lost. Let
i i t
THE HOUSE OF QUALITY
Florida's Largest and Best Year
The Hotel you take your Mother, Wife or Sister to
Home Hotel of the State
European Plan $1.50 Per Day and Upward
A. M .Wilson, Thos. M. Wilson,
ASS'T. MGR. PROP. AND MGR.
R. C. MUNC ASTER
LIFE s 5
" PLATE GLASS
BURGLARY. EMPLOYEES LIABILITY
Ocala House Block
4 Trails ironr'the Westt
Atlantic Coast Line
"Dixie Flyer", "Seminole Limited', ""South Atlantic Lim Limited"
ited" Limited" Montgomery Route,, through Pullman Cars from
Chicago, St. Louis, Cinciriatti, Indianapolis, Grand Rapids
Cleveland, Louisville, Nashville, Atlanta and Birmingham
Dining Car Sepvice
For information call on M. R. WILLIAMS,
J. G. KIRKLAND. Ticket Agent, Ocala, Fla.
Division Passenger Agent, Taapa, Fla.
has the detach
THK OCALA EVENING STAII, lHUIiSDAY, AUGl'ST 21, 1913
Is Your Blood Healthy?
It is universally acknowledged ""that nothing is a better business
and social asset than a clear healthy skin. The full vigor of life
seems to radiate from the ma or woman whose skin shows health
and good color.. Pure blood, rich red in color and circulating
freely, is the factor most estential in the possession of perfect
AND SKIN REMEDY
will bring that good rich, red. blood to your veins and that
healthy glow to your cheeks. It cleanses the blood of all impur impurities
ities impurities and destroys disease-producing germs. It purifies the blood
and keeps It pure.
Large Bottle $1.00.
We guarantee all Dike Household Remedies. We honestly be believe
lieve believe them to be the best the drug world produces. Ask us about
The Drug Store
M We Press Your Clothes
While You Wait.
No Glean-No Pay.
Fall and Winter Samples
Todd & --'C'timpany
"No Fi! No Pay" TAILORS.
$ Call up Phaae 39) aid let
i We Guarantee To Save Yon Money on Any Work in Our Lines
Am ne employ none bat experts He are in position to guarantee ev every
ery every piece of work we construct to' stand -the inspection of the most
rigid Inspectors. It costs nothing to get oar figures and yon are the
winner, whether we secure the contract or not. Give ns a trial.
CLYATT BliOCK Tt OCALA, FLORIDA
rf A v
Vx: x xx xx'
n the Square.
of our service is its promptness.
You are waited on when you enter
thefstore. You are not urged to buy
We expect the character of our
to do the selling. So pay us a visit
no matter how little time you can
spare. The goods and prices will tell
you lots and prompt attention will
enable you to1 buy as quickly as you
desire. But take longer if you can.
A. E. BURNETT
a; Give aa Estimate on Your
To a Person Who Prides
nimcplf nn Hie AnnoaranpD Y
X Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen
is a necessity. To supply that ne ne-'
' ne-' cessity is Our Business.
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NAMES STRICKEN FROM REGIS REGISTRATION
TRATION REGISTRATION LIST
By order of the board of county
; commissioners of .Marion county,
state of Florida, notice is hereby giv given
en given that the followiEg names have been
! stricken from the registration books
of said county, and that said board of
county commissioners of Marion
county, state of Florida, will be In
session at the commissioners room
in the Marion county court house in
Ocala, Florida, on
Monday, the 1st Day of September,
at which time the said board of coun county
ty county commissioners will L -ar com complaints
plaints complaints of any person whose name
shall have been wrongfully or erron erroneously
eously erroneously erased or stricken off, and if
it shall be made to appear to the sat satisfaction
isfaction satisfaction cf said board that any name
or names have been wrongfully or er er-roneuosly
roneuosly er-roneuosly erased or strfeken off of
said registration books, the said
board will, on that day, order the su supervisor
pervisor supervisor of registration 10 restore
such name or names to such books:
Ocala Precinct, No. 1
Abner, Jake; Austin, Andrew; An Anderson,
derson, Anderson, T. J.
Bitting, S. L-; Blitch, B. R., Jr.;
Bray, J. W.; Bozelia, Toffaletti; Bal Ballard,
lard, Ballard, Lawrence; Boyd, Mose; Burney,
Dock; Brown, G. W.; Blain, E. D.;
Baxter, IL B.; Bird, Henry; Bardin,
J. C; Blitch, H.
Carpenter, R. W.; C rr, C. B.; Col Collins,
lins, Collins, J. B.; Carlton, R. A.; Cook, B. J.;
Culbreath, C. E.; Crosby, J. w.; Cash,
Timothy; Curtis, R. M.; Chandler,
Edw. M. A.; Coffee, Lee; Christian,
Rich M.; Castell, James A.; Coleman,
Chas. W.; Castell, J. A.
Davis,. Jeff; Deas, Jas. M.; Davis,
Louis; Dunn, W. C; Dubs, C. S.
English, Reuben; Evins, Oliver;
Edwards, E. E.; Eichelberger, L. W.
Fluett, Ben; Feldon (or Ferdon),
Edgar; Friedman, J. L. ; Frank, A.;
Fort, J. J.
Geiger. L. D.; Gable, W. J.; Gates,
H. C; Gates, J. M.; Gadson, Jonah.
Gramling, Anderson; Gaskins,
Wm. S.; Gammage, J. C.
Harris, W. L.; Houston, James;
Hamilton, Clayburn; Hagler, H. A.;
Hogan, G. D.; Hayes, G. H.; Hull, J.
H.; Hyde, W. F.; Hutchings, E. R.;
Halsell, M. M.; Haley, E. A.; Haley.
Jewell. Chas. J.
King, W. M.
Lopez, N.; H. LaBerth: Amos, J.:
Lumpkin, John; Lovell, F. J.; Ion Ion-ard,
ard, Ion-ard, A. D. ; Lucius, J. O.: Liddon, Mal Mal-lor3".
lor3". Mal-lor3". Mills, W. L.; Morris, Pratt C; Mor Morgan
gan Morgan S. G.; Miller. Harry; Miller, P.
W. ; Marshall, J. E.; Morris, Robert;
Michael, Carolina; Morgan, S. G.;
Moore, Geo.; Moore, Wm. IT.; Myers.
Walter; Marshall, Fred; Moffert, T.
M.; Murry, John; Marlowe, W. P.;
Miller, Iee; Mcllvaine, V". H.; Mc Mc-Conn,
Conn, Mc-Conn, Alex, Jr.; Mcllvair, W. T.; Mc Mc-David,
David, Mc-David, M. W.
Nelson, R. J.
Phillips, S. J.; Peacock, Q. E.:
Pray, John D.; Pendleton, Randall;
Powell, Jos. R.; Porter, E. T.; Palm Palmer,
er, Palmer, Harry D.: Pelot, J. W.; Paul, Pe Peter;
ter; Peter; Pierce, T. W.
Quarterman, J. A. Jr.
Rivers, Robert; Relf, R. V.; Ro Ro-dolf,
dolf, Ro-dolf, Chas.; Roper, Thos.; Ruth.
Tom; Record, Backman; Rogero, H.
Scarborough, A. S.; Scarborough.
M. P.; Sutherland, J. T.; Stover, C.
B. ; Shealy, Xewton; Stafford, L. D.;
Smith. D. S.; Sherouse, Jno. M.; Sta Sta-ley,
ley, Sta-ley, E. C; Schwerin, I.; Savage, S.
S.; Salome, B.: Savarese, Louis F. ;
Sheehy, Geo. A.; Stewart, Solomon
D. ; Scriven, Chas.; Shelton, Benson;
Smith, Albert P.; Stilley, S. H.; Syl Sylvester,
vester, Sylvester, J. W.
Thigpen, Simeon; Thagard, E. P.;
Webber, P. H.; WTilliams, Brad Bradford;
ford; Bradford; Williams, Arthur; Wind, Wat Watson;
son; Watson; Washington, Geo.; Williams,
Nendiary; Wesley, Tom.
Young, Walter E.
Reddick Precfnct, No. 2
Beal, C. W.
Hogan, E. M.; Harris, C. W.
Johnson, J. J.
Kinard, D. M.
McAllister, J. S.
Spain, Owen; Spain, Albert.
Cotton Plant Precinct, No. 4
Austin, Harry; Alford, W. P.; Al-
ford, H. B.
Brooks, Joseph M.
Hathcox, Z. P.
Jefferson, Frank; Jones, W. H.
Leigh, G. H.
Martin, S. D.; Murphy, G. R.
Sullivan, J. G.; Sanders, J. W.
Trotter, J. B.
Willis, C. C; Withers, B. C; War
ren, P. J.
Romeo Precinct, No. 5
Dean, W. W.
Folks, A. S.
Malpass, J. W.
Nettles, H. B.
Camp Izzard Precinct, No. 6
Morrison, R. J.
Shady Precinct, No. 7
Burnett, Ben; Bailey, Wm.; Brown,
Joyner, Jas. M.; Joyner, U. A.; Jar Jar-man,
man, Jar-man, W. C; Jacobs, Simmuel.
Lewis, John; Lawson, A. J.
Summerfield Precinct, No. 8
Beatty, J. D.; Billups, R. O.
Chancier. A. J.
DeEquivilley, Guy; Douglass, R. L.;
Daugherty, F. M.
Fraley, Ed: Fidler, W. F.
Heidel, J. H.
Johnson, Thos. L.; Jones, J. D.
Kirby, L. J.; Kennedy, B. F.
Murdough, Roy; Miller, John.
McKay, W. E.; McWhite, B. B.
Ormond, E. E.
Puterbaugh, J. M.
Sabb, Wm.; Summers, Wm.
Varner, Gabe C.
Wineguard, A.; Wilder, N. J.; Wil
Lake Weir Precinct, No. 9
Cochran, J. E.; Comstock, Bert.
Hall, A. W.; Harrell, A. J.
Moore, Wm. H.; Marshall, J. R.;
Marshall, C. P.
Sellers, I. L. (or J. L.)
Taylor, J. D.
Volkman, Chas. N.
Moss Bluff Precinct, No. 10
Clifton, A. E.
Deas, V. P.
Green, W. R.
Hudnall, A. T.
Kemper, C. C.
Martin, Jas. P.; Mathews, Gus.
Waterman, L. P.; Wood, R. F.;
Wood, A. J.
Grahamvillle Precinct, No. 11
Dudley, Jno. M.; Durst, J. E.; Dud
ley, O- H.
Fort, E E.; Freyermuth, J. A.
Moorman, C. P.
McDonald, R. D.; McCarty, T. W.
Reyriolds, H. A.; Richards, Jacob.
Sewell, A. A.
Tucker, J. L.
Salt Springs Precinct, No. 12
Hammond, O. S.
Fort McC6y Precinct No. 13
Albritton, Andrew B.; Abbott, Her Her-Cochran,
Cochran, Her-Cochran, Joseph,
bert; Abbott, H. E.
Bristow, Thos. E.
Pritchett, T. E.
Tillis, J. W.
Hall, Will; Harris, W. H.
Johnson, Nels ; Jones, J. P.
Lee, W. J.
Marsh, Arthur L.; Mahon, John H.;
Martin, S. H.
Naylor, J. W.
McEachern, D. J.
Priest, Charlton; Parker, J. H.; Pe Pe-gram,
gram, Pe-gram, J. H. ; Perkins, Ed E.
Rawls, S. .C; Rains, Thomas.
Taylor, H. A.
Waldron, M. B.; Walters, J. H.;
Wallace, Clarence C.
. Precinct No. 14
Brinson, W. H.
Dimes, Jas. F.
Herron, J. W.; Herron, W. O.
Turner, D. Y.; Turner, Geo. W.;
Turner, J. W.; Tannay, E. M.
Wright, B- M.
Linadale Precinct, No. 15
Booth, J. B.
.Ervin, R. B.
Gandy, W. A.
Hudson, Jas. H.
Citra Precinct, No. 16
Altment, H. C.
Burney, Van; Burney, N.
Crooker, W. W.
Fleming, J. W.
Griffith, F. T.
Hall, Thos. J.; Hall, David;, Holli Holli-day,
day, Holli-day, R. W.; Heath, Julius; Jones, P.
A.; James, Henry; Johnson, A. L.;
Martin, W. H. ; Marsh, Samuel;
Munroe, Frrnk; Mitchell, Noble.
Powell,-W. C; Powell, Ben.
Sherouse. E. O.; Sherouse, S. L.
WilsoL. W. T.; Williams. Henry.
Anthony Precinct, No. 17
Butler, Chester; Boyd, J. T.; Boon,
Carpenter, W. R. ?
Daffron, C. T.
Hewett, J. M.: Hilton, G. W.; Hoff Hoffman,
man, Hoffman, Gilbert: Helton, S. L.
James, Miller; Jones, D. A.
Luff man, Chas.
Morrison, W. E.; McRae, H. C.
i:hilpot, T. G.
Sesler, Seabe; Shealey, E. A.; Swin Swindle,
dle, Swindle, W. H.; Simomns, Louis.
Weeks, C. C; Wilkes, H. G.; WTith WTith-erspoon,
erspoon, WTith-erspoon, Wm.; WTilliams, T. W.
Martin Precinct, No. 18
Bidding, Isaac; Bennett, Ed; Brad Bradley,
ley, Bradley, B.; Blair, Jas. F.
Glover, G. W.
Powell, G. W.
Richey, J. K.
Thompson, R. L.
Williams, Wm.; Williams, J. W.;
Wells, H. S.
Stanton Precinct, No. 19
Bishop, L. K.
Kelsey, R. A.
Leavengood, A. J.
Waterman, C- F.
Blitchton Precinct, No. 20
Blitch, G. M.
Campbell, Rayshard; Curry. C. C.;
Horn, Joe M.
Johnson, David; Jones, Wm. M.
Neal, J. T.
Osteen G. A.
Rawls, C. C-, Jr.; Richard, Geo. M.
Sistrunk, T. J.
Belleview Precinct, No. 21
Anderson, C. T.
Davis, Chas. P.; Daniels, Ben.
Gillespie. T. P.; Goolsby, Preston;
Glymp, J. D.
Hyman, Nathan; Haines, Geo. H.;
M'lVEtt & MAO KAY
Undertakers and Embalmers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
D. E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
All Work Done by Licensed Em Embalmers
balmers Embalmers and Fully Guaranteed
D. E. McIVER
C. V. ROBERTS
Undertaking Office. .
CARPENTER AND BUil DER
Careful Estimates Made on All Con
tract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
IV. Bow the Short Ballot Aided Gov. Wilson in New Jersey
"bosses,' where their weakness lay and how they could
be out-done. New Jersey, so far as its State administration is concerned, is
built on the Short Ballot plan. The Governor is the only elective State
officer, so that when the people have chosen him they have the key to the
whole thing. Had there been a number of minor elective offices, each wltli
his string of camp followers, in the Legislature and in the various offices
up and down the State, it Is questionable whether Governor Wilson could
ever have put through his great program of constructive reform. Governor
Hughes, in New York, had started out on the same road, but at every step
he found himself blocked by elective subordinates whom he could not control.
But Woodrow Wilson struck the machine one sharp blow and it forth forthwith
with forthwith collapsed. He knew his own power and he accepted the responsibilities
which went with it and became a real party leader. He purposed not only
to execute the laws, but to take a leading part in fashioning them and getting;
them on the statute books in the first
In acting with so much independence, the Governor was by no means
trying to disrupt his party. He draws a sharp distinction, all too seldom
m n rl f hptwpen rp.l nartips nnH mere nffirn-anfQ rnr.cooVI n rr o mr,ri ns
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"Parties are not only necessary," he says, "but desirable, in order that con conviction
viction conviction upon great public questions may be organized and bodies of men of
like opinion and purpose brought together In effective and habitual co-operation.
Successful, orderly government Is Impossible without them. But' the
argument for our own particular organization of parties Is quite another
He goes on to show that because we have always insisted on electing so
many olBcers, an organization has been necessary to do the work of filling
the ofiices for, as he says, "The voter has not leisure, and therefore, ha3 not the
knowledge for the difficult and intricate business." s
The Inference is clear: When we get the Short Ballot, party organiza organizations,
tions, organizations, as we have known them, will be relegated to the scrap-heap, and real
parties representing valid differences of opinion, will come to their own.
Hames, Wm. Edward; Hellen, Glan Glan-nis.
nis. Glan-nis. Henry, i-trick.
Morer, Samuel; Millson, Wm. H.
McCiendon, G. R.
Ridge, R. C; Rickards, Henry.
Stuckmani William; Stanley, Dan Daniel
iel Daniel D.; Shade, O. S.; Schram, Ed Edward.
ward. Edward. Williams, Noble.
Mcintosh Precinct, No. 22
Burgin, Fred A.
Collins, E. P.; Cassels, L. J.; Cam Cameron,
eron, Cameron, J. S.; Cameron, W. B.; Cres Cres-man,
man, Cres-man, L. H.
Green, Jas. F.
Hester, T. B.; Hale, Ben K.
Kennedy, W. E.
Morrow, J. J.; McCarley, J. W.
Pagan. J. A.
Rush, J. L.; Reynolds, G. S.
Scott, C. O.; Scott, W. A.; Ste Stephens,
phens, Stephens, J. W.
Whittington, W. E.; Willis, Dan Q.;
Waters, J. II. ; Ward, John; Warren,
Pedro Precinct, No. 23
Lovell, W. H.
Searcy, P. B.; Shaw, Dan.
Dunnellon Precinct, No. 24
Alford, W. A.; Austin, G. F.
Brooks, J. B.; Butler, John; Bellah,
J. C; Brass, J. H.; Barksdale, M. L.;
Baker, J. F.; Barksdale, G. P.; Ben Bennett,
nett, Bennett, W. S.; Bellah, G. W. Jr. Bos Bos-tick,
tick, Bos-tick, W. O.; Bonham, T. F.; Brooks,
H. B.; Brown, W. A.: Brummels. W.
A.; Biddix. Mills; Bennett, Chas.;
Benton, John; Blackwell, C. H.; Ben Bennett.
nett. Bennett. Charlie; Blackwell, J. B. ; Black,
Jones; Brown, Lewis.
Cargle, Jim; Chitty, C J.; Caldwell,
R. N.; Crews, A. B.: Caldwell, R. N.;
Callahan, W. L.;( Clayton, Stephen;
Dynard, F L.; Dennis, J. J.; Duke,
S. V.; Duvall, E.; Deveneau, O. S.;
Dawsett, J. H.; Dickson, Sancho;
Foster, R. H.; Fort, W. C; Foster,
J M Fowler. A. P.: Fussell. G. A.;
Furguson, M. L.; Folse, T. L.; Frank
Gamble, Jchn, Jr.; Gamble. W. E.;
Gainev, R. C; Godwin, H. B.; Gra Graham,
ham, Graham, Geo. E.; Garnett, W. N.; Gross,
Hill, Wash; Hill. Cornelius: Harp,
T TTcmkins. C. L. : Holt. J. A.; Hol-
leman, Fred; Hart, C. B.; Houston,
Walter E.; Hawkins, Sam; Hender Henderson,
son, Henderson, Bill.
.Tarksnn. Frank: Johnsd C. A.;
Johnson, Frank; Jacobs. Hardy; Jen
kins, Joe: Jones, Geo. v.
Klein, B.; Koon, W. H.; Keaton,
TV P Kinesherrv. W. P.
Lumbard, E. E.; Lyles, J. O.; Lowry,
W. F.; Lucky, W.. M.; Lowrie. C. 1.
Manuel, J. A.; Moseley, Solomon;
Means, T. E.; Mizelle, G. C: Mul Mul-draw,
draw, Mul-draw, B. P.; Mott, S. E. ; Morace,
Tom: Morrison, Merritt.
McDonald, F. A.; McDonald, J. F.;
McM;chael, A. C
Noler, L. M.; Nobles, N. A.
Pearm, A. J.; Pearson, E. L.; Peter Peter-man,
man, Peter-man, H. J. P.; Perry, L. D.
Ray. Thos. W., Jr.; Rubin, M.; Riv Riv-ors
ors Riv-ors irv a Roberts. James: Rizy, A.
fM.; Robinson, Robt.; Robinson. Wing.
Savage, M. D.; Shepard, W t .;
Schuboe, F.; Sibley, Hannon; Sibley,
H.; Staring. A. R.: Spivey, A. F.;
Swindall, D. E.; Spell, J. E.
Yarn, R. F.
Watkins. H. J.; Witter, B. A.;
Worde, E. M.; Wychl, A. J.; Watson,
J. M.; Wilson. J. M-: Willis, J. H.;
Williams. C. R.; Williams, Stewart;
Warren, Thomas, Washington, Jno.
K.; Wordsworth, Geo.
Candler Precinct, No. 25
Caldwell, J. I-
Evans, R. J.
McKinney, J. Y.
Sparr Precinct, No. 26
AND THE SHORT BALLOT
A few months after he had launched the Short Ballot
campaign, Woodrcw Wilson was elected Governor of
New Jersey. In this position he had some excellent op opportunities
portunities opportunities to put his theories to practical test. 1
One day the State "boss" of New Jersey left the ex executive
ecutive executive offices at Trenton in a state of mental perturba perturbation,
tion, perturbation, all brought on by a polite "good afternoon" from Mr.
Wilson. The incident is still fresh in everyone's mind.
But how many realize what light it throws upon the
system of government in New Jersey?
The fact is, Mr. Wilson knew, better than the
- .u.w. J V- V- XA V, akiUAAO.
Davis, John; Drain, Johna.
Whitehurst, W. J.
Gary, Jno. G.; Gadson," Sam.
Adams, Sams; Austin, Chippie.
Harris, Nick: Hartley, E. J.; How Howell,
ell, Howell, Alex; Huxford, C.
Seckinger, L. J.
Ivins, A. G.
Jackson, Fate; James, Jno.; James,
Richard; James, J. A. R.; Jamet, E.
Kenned', Geo. Sr.
Lee, T. E.
Madden, J. M.; Meadows, E. B.
McDonald, A. L.
Parrish, J. J.
Thomas, Frank P. )
Levon Precinct, No. 28
Cu'.pepper, J. G.
Goodwin, A. N.
Hicks, J. Y.
Lawrence, J. T.; Lodero, John.
McGuire, C. F.
Pritchett, M. B.
Smith, Fred; Stringer, G. C.
Ward, James; Walters, J. S.; Wart!,
Lotz, Henry; Lemon, Wm.
Kendrick Precinct, No. 29
Beasley, J. C; Bird, W. H.; Beasley,
Martel Precinct, No. 30
Hemming, E. D.; Huggins, W. E.;
Hemming, J. W.
Fairfield Precinct, No. 31
Britt, C. T.
Griffith, W. B.; Godron, Isaac.
Hodge, W. A.; Hill, Ben.
Ivy, W. T.; Ivy, CP.
Marston, J. J.
Tate, H. W.
.Wilson, W. Washington, Geo.
Geiger Precinct, No. 32
Dunn, D. R.
Floyd, Silson; Floyd, Martin.
Jones, L. J.; Jones, Alonzo.
Rhodes, Chas. M.
Smith, Lawrence; Sullivan. A. C.
Done by order of the board of coun coun-tv
tv coun-tv commissioners in regular session
on the Sth day of August, A. D., 1913.
Signed: P. H. NUGENT,
Clerk of the Said Board of County
Commisioners of Marion County,
Signed: D. M. BARCO.
Supervisor Registration of Marlon
County, Florida. ad 8-9.
Notice l. hereby piven that 1, the
undersigned commissioner, under and
bv v'rtue of an order, made and enter
ed on the 8th day of August, 1913, Dy
the Honorable W. E. Smith. Judge of
probate, in and for Marion county,
Florida, in the matter of the applica application
tion application of D. A. Smith, administrator i
the estate of A. I Barber, deceased,
for an order to ?ell certain lands belonging-
to the said estate. I will offer
for sale and sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash at the west door of
the court house in Ocala, Marion
county, Florida, between the legal
hours of sale on
Monday, the sth Any of September, 1913
the following described real estate, to to-wit:
wit: to-wit: Lots 7 and 8 of block 2 of subdivis subdivision
ion subdivision of blocks 3 and 4 of Allred's addi addition
tion addition to Ocala, Fla., and all appurten appurtenances
ances appurtenances thereto.
This Sth day of August. 1913.
0 A G. C. McCLURE,
8-9-dly ot sat Commissioner.
Notice is hereby given that the firm
of Lambert & Thomas has be-n dis dissolved
solved dissolved by mutual consent, J. E. Thomas
purchasing the interest of A, S. Lam Lambert,
bert, Lambert, and will continue the business in.
his own name. J. E. Thomas assumes
payment of all bills that the firm may
have.,ovred-and a11 accounts due the
said firm of Lambert & Thomas should
be paid to J. E. Thomas.
i?parr, Florida. August 9. 1913
J. E. THOMAS.
1- t, A' S- LAMBERT.
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, AUGUST 21," 1913
A Novel by
Albert Payson Terhuna
William C. de Mille's Play
of the same name
To The Young
Women of Experience Advise the Uo
of Mother Frier.tL
There 13 a certain dcsr? of trepidation ia
the minds of aif.st wornta !n regard to the
subject of motherhood. The lonring to
oaier. jjownsiairs wanaa rveuy muea
beatifically to herself and fluffed out a
strand of her hair that had strayed
over her forehead.
Coprrigbt 1912. The Bobbn-Werrtll Co.. by special
arrangement with Um IwALilJo PsbUhiDg Co.
-There Is nothing In common be between
tween between your standpoint and that of the
Woman we are talking about," protest protested
ed protested Mark. x
"Tom was right!" she persisted.
-4You must not sink to using thi3 btory.
The whirr of the -buzzer Interrupted
Tier. At such high tension were they
all that the sound made them turn as
fthough to confront a physical pres pres-fence.
fence. pres-fence. Neligan strode to the door, con conferred
ferred conferred foi an Instant with soma one
outside, then returned with a slip of
iblue paper In his hand.
"The duplicate ltet of phone num numbers
bers numbers from central," t he announced,
(turning over the paper to Van Dyke.
"Good," approved Blake. "Now
iwe'll get to what we're chasing. And
-well get it mighty quick."
Van Dyke and Neligan were already j
poring over the sheet of numbers that j
tthe lawyer had just spread on the
table under the lamp.
"Now, then, Standish." exulted Rob Robertson;
ertson; Robertson; "we're ready to begin. One
of these numbers leads directly to the
Woman. Well put a man at work
tracing each one of them. In a few
hours at longest we will have what we
want. And when we find the Woman
we'll lay bare every soiled page in. her
life and In yours."
It was Standish who broke the mo moment's
ment's moment's silence.
"Very well, Robertson," he said
calmly. "I've done what I promised
to do. And I have failed. You drive
me now to the use of your own
-weapons. I shall have to fight ex exposure
posure exposure with exposure."
"No, no!" moaned Grace, incoherent
Mark Robertson had caught up
Standish's defiance and had stepped
forward to confront him.
"In other words, Mr. Standish," he
demanded, "you threaten me? That's
an empty threat. There is nothing in
my life you have not already shouted
from the housetops."
"Don't be too sure," warned Stand Standish,
ish, Standish, meeting Mark's scornful glare
"What do you mean? Speak up!"
"Mr. Standish!" pleaded Grace. "I
"Don't worry, dear," said Mark. "Let
him bluff. I'll call him. Mr. Standish,
X give you full permission to use any
weapon that I use. If you know any anything
thing anything against me, tell it here and now.
Here, in my wife's presence.' You
know our cards. Show yours."
Standish's gaze strayed, as If by
chance, to. Grace's ghastly face.
"Well?" urged Mark. "Speak up!
WJte waiting !;...
p At "sight of 'the mortal terror in
Grace's eyes, Standish checked the
words that were on his lips. Turning
away from the domineering man who
so truculently confronted him, he mut muttered:
tered: muttered: "I'll choose my own time!"
"I thought so!" scoffed Mark.
"You're licked. This Is your last fight.
From tonight you're a dead man, po
litically. And if we have to hunt out a
woman or two to keep you dead, we'll
Van Dyke had glanced from the tele
phone list to his watch.
"We've just time enough to catch
the last editions of the morning pa
pers," said he. "I told Jennings to
hold a wire ready
What?" exclaimed Standish. "YouH
"Yes," answered Van Dyke. "Since
we've an absolute certainty, now, of
getting It. We can afford to do that
and publish the name tomorrow. Tell
Jennings to send out the story. Tell
him we're holding the Woman's name
and that we won't give it out unless
Standish denies the story. By the time
he can get his denial in print we'll
have the name."
"Good!" asserted Robertson, catch
Ine ud the telephone. "Hello! Give
"Mark!" begged Grace. "Oh, I Im
plore you don't
"No, no!" reiterated Grace wildly.
turning from him to Blake. "Father
You won't allow-this? Please! For
"Hello!" Mark was calling into the
transmitter. "That you, Jennings
This is Robertson. Is that Standish
story ready? All right can you sure-
possess Is- often contradicted by the Inher Inherent
ent Inherent fear of a period cf disfress.
But there need be no such dread in view
of the fact that we have a most noble
remedy in what is known as Mother's
Friend. This is an external application
that has a wonderful influence and control
over the muscular tissues of the abdomen.
By its dailv use the muscles, cords, tendons
and ligaments all gently expand without
the slightest strain; there is no pain, no
nausea, no nervousness ; what was dreaded
as a severe physical ordeal becomes a calm,
serene, joyful anticipation that has its im impress
press impress such as our foremost teachers of
Eugenics are striving to drill Into the
minds of the present genc-ation
In almost every community there are
women who have used Mother's Friend, and
they are the ones that recovered quickly,
conserved their health and strength to thus
preside over families destined by every rule
of physiology and the history of success successful
ful successful men and women to repeat the story of
Mother's Friend la prepared after the
formula of a noted family doctor by the
Bradfield Regulator Co., 138 Lamar Bldg.,
AtW?lte them for their instructive book to
expectant mothers. You will find Mother's
Friend on sale by all drug stores at $1.00
"Blake!" continued Standish. "I
warn you I'll deny the story. And if
ycu get the Woman's name you'll
"Deny it, will you?" drawled Blake.
"Hell! You haven't time to get a wire
before they go to press. The story '11
be all over America before your denial
can" leave Washington."
"I tell you," Mark was roaring into
the transmitter, "that I'm speaking on
Mr. Blake's authority. Oh, all right,
then! Hold the wire. Jim," he went
on, turning to Blake, "Jennings says
he won't send out that story without
your personal orders. He knows your
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. j,?c? r -V n i illumining
Preparing the Grill.
In the dumb disappointment that
fell over the group in Mark Robert Robertson's
son's Robertson's library, the men's eyes gradually
turned as by common consent upon
Jim Blake. Unruffled, he stood there,
master of them all and even master of
"Gentlemen," he drawled at last,
"we've got our work cut out for us.
We've missed the morning papers.
Now, it remains to get our story on
the floor of the house tonight. To
force adjournment. That will give us
"But," objected Van Dyke, pointing
to the duplicate telephone list, "we
can't get those numbers traced until
tomorrow. And we've got to get the
name before we dare spread the story
in the house. It was different with
the newspapers. But
"We shall get the Woman's name
in the next hour," Blake assured him.
"Through the only person left who
can tell us. what the right number is.
The phone girl who interfered with
our wire just now. Neligan, go down
and tell Perry I want to see Miss
Kelly up here at once. Bring her up,
yourself. Now, then, Mark," as Neli Neligan
gan Neligan departed on his errand, "it's up
to you. If the house knows we've got
the goods on Standish, fully twenty
men like Gregg, here, will weaken
and vote for us. And then we can jam
the bill through. Get this Woman's
name. Find the number we want
You've got the reputation of being
the best cross-examiner at the New
York bar. Show you deserve that
reputation. Take this telephone girl
and turn her brains inside out. She
knows the number that will lead to
the Woman. You've got to get it from
her. Don't handle her with gloves or
be afraid of making her cry. It's life
or death for us to know that number."
There was a knock at the door.
Gregg answered it. Neligan entered,
all but shoving Wanda Kelly In ahead
"Here she is," he reported.
Leaving her standing there, he
turned and ostentatiously closed the
door behind him.
The girl looked about at the faces
that confronted her on every eide.
Then she smiled. It was the peaceful
smile of the kitten that has just
emptied the cream jug. In her throat
her heart was hammering to strangu
Mark Robertson, from his place at
the head of the table, was the first to
speak. His voice was quiet, his man
"This is Mies Kelly?" he asked.
"Yes, sir," replied the demure Wan
da in her most respectful and unnat
ural shop-girl accents.
"Miss Kelly," resumed Mark, "you
are the telephone operator, downstairs?"
"You were at the switchboard a few
"Sit down, my dear girl!" beamed
Blake tenderly, as he indicated the
chair that had been placed for her.
"We would like to ask you a few ques questions,
tions, questions, if you don't object."
Midway between Blake and Robert Robertson,
son, Robertson, Wanda sat waiting. And, on the
other side of the closed door leading
from the farther recesses of the suite,
Grace listened, breathless.
"Hello, Jennings, This Is Blake.,"
voice. He says if you'll tell him, over
the phone, that it is all right, he'll go
ahead. Hurry. There s only about a
He handed the instrument across
the table to Blake.
"Father!" entreated Grace, seizing
Blake's arm. "For my sake, you
"Grace!" snapped Blake. "I'm plumb
ashamed of you. You're acting like a
sick schoolgirl. Go to your room.
Hello, Jennings! This is Blake
"Hold on, Blake!" ordered Standish.
"I'll give you her name. She
"Wait!" screamed Grace, beside her
self with pain and fear,
"Hello!" Blake was calling wrath-
fully. "Hello! What in blue blazes
Is the matter? You've cut us off, cen
tral. 'Wire won't work?' Tell you It's
got" to work! Hey? What's that?
'Out of order?' And I haven't sixty
seconds to wait! I must! What?
Oh. a lot of good your being eorry
does! Say! Who am I talking to,
anyway? Miss Kelly? Well 111
Blake dropped the receiver on to its
hook and set down the instrument
with the most profane bang ever
heard. "A damn without words," Neli-
ly get in for the morning papers? I gan afterward called it. Jim glanced
Last editions, eh? All right Yes again at his watch.
In the big cities What's that?" "Gentlemen," he announced with
"Mr. Standish!" appealed Grace dangerous calm, "we're too late. Miss
brokenly. i Kelly has seen fit to Interfere. They'll
"Blake!" exclaimed Standish. "You ; have gone to press by now.
don't dare publish that story without "Mr. Standish," cut in Van Dyke's
the Woman's name." suave voice, "you were about to
"In less than five minutes," retorted
Blake, glancing at" the clock, "it'll be
too late for the morning papers. We'll
take a chance."
"Remember!"' answered Standish
with sudden vehemence, "I warn
"What's that, Jennings?" Mark was
calling over the wire. "Yes. I tell rou
I am Robertson and I am speaking for
Mr. Blake. What do you say you want?
1 i-an't nanh ItT"
Our Frank P. Gadson has returned from his 30th
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tion Illustration of modern culture was 'he reply
of a lady who Vd been enthusiastic
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I asked her to tell me quite honestly,
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one likes Wagner doesn't one?"
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'Were all medicines as meritor meritor-iousas
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ers. dealers. Adv.
The train that comes into Tickville
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right-of-way are showing signs of a
"I've changed my mind," replied
Standish, with a covert glance at
Grace, who was leaning for support on
a corner of the desk. "Good night,
He left the suite. Grace, more dead
than alive, made her way blindly
across the library to the door leading
to her own rooms.
'The others stood starine at one an-
A man goes away to build up his
run-down physical system and comes
back to build up a run-down financial
Suffered Eczema 50 Years-Novr Well
Seems a long time to en.iure the
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other another name for eczema. Seems good
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It has cured my tetter, which has
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Sir Want Ad.- It PAYS
MOTHERS! HAVE TOUR CHILD.
Are they feverish, restless, ner nervous,
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Do they continually pick their nose
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ous ravenous appetite. These are all signs of
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Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. D. W. Tompkins, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. R. S. Ad
CHAPTER NO. 13. 11. A. M.
Regular convocations of the OcalJt
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on th(
fourth Friday in every month at
1:30 p. m. C. B. Connor, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
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One afternoon my little sister, aged
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nary, canary, turned to me and asked: "Sis "Sister,
ter, "Sister, when the canary grows up will It
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, Mr. W. S. Gunsalus, a farmer liv living
ing living near Fleming, Pa., says he has
ious as Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera,
and Diarrhoea Remedy in his family
for fourteen years, and that he has
found it to be an excellent remedy,
anJ takes pleasure in recommending
it. For sale by all dealers. Adv.
Why is It that the average mac It
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tion reduction In his gas h:'!
Stolen Hair Means Death.
In many parts of the modern world
the believer in witchcraft etill gets
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burns, buries or does sen ling'else
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ant unpleasant consequences upon that enemy.
And universal foik!cr rpveals the con concern
cern concern of savages to dispc e f their
own hair and nail clippings to prevent
an enemy from getting at them. Aus Australian
tralian Australian native, girls v ho have had a
lock of hair stolen from them expect
speedy death as a certainty.
""The odor of stale perspiration
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ifies purifies the skin thoroughly and lends a
refreshing influence to the bath.'
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There is a chafing-dish period for
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Of Receiver's Sale
Notice is hereby given that acting
under and by virtue of an order of
the Honorable W. S. Bullock, judge
of the circuit court of the fifth judi
cial circuit of Florida, In and for
Marion county, in chancery, of date
August 12, 1913, in a certain caus
herein pending wherein Joseph Bellr j
is complainant and R. C. Muncaster
is defendant, the undersigned as re receiver
ceiver receiver in the said cause, will on
Monday, the first clay of September,
A. I). 1913
luring the legal hours of sale, at the
west door of the court house In
Ocala, Marion county, Florida, offer
for sale and sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash all the office fur furniture
niture furniture and fixtures of the said narties
complainant and defendant, iately
doing business as Muncaster & Bell,
consisting chiefly of one Underwood
typewriter, one Iron safe, one wall
Hoc lr ot as tx-otl as all if tVio ir.
counts and notes due to and held by T
the said Muncaster & Bell. f
8-14-3t C. E. Connor,
As Receiver of Muncaster & Bell
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hafts rheumatism nnd all Irreeular-
Ities of the kidneys and bladder InS j
both men and women. Regulates
bladder troubles in children. If not
sold by your druggist, will be sent
by mail on receipt of $1. One small
bottle is two months treatment, and
seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send
for testimonials from this and other
states. Dr. E. W. Hall. 2926 Olive St.,
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