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I. WILSON HAS PUT
KKHITS AXI LIVES OF AMERICANS IX THAT COUXTRV .MIST UK
MEXICANS HAVE BEEN MISLED
. jto resumption at any time upon
. .. ... . 'either the initiative of this govern-
Aa to the Ileal Sentiment in Amer- m
. mtnt or of Mexico,
ica Time Will be Given for them i iT
j He then outlined the position this
to Realize the Truth. 'government should take. Concluding
Washington, Aug. 28. President his address, the president predicted
Wilson appeared in person before ;that the "steady pressure pf moral
Congress yesterday and laid before forces will, before many days, break
the world the details of the United: the barriers of pride and. prejudice
States' efforts to bring peace tojdown, and we shall triumph as Mex Mex-Mexico,
Mexico, Mex-Mexico, the facts concerning Hu-;ico's friends sooner than we could
erta's rejection of the peace pro-'triumph as her enemies."
posals, and the policy to be pursued What ,Iuerta Wants
now by this government.
t. t t ,1 Accompanying the president's ad-
ihe occasion had not been paral-!
o vlss was the reply of the Huerta
other president since George Wash-i SVernment rcin the American
ington has appeared before Con-!.,,ropsala- U su-ested the follow"
gress on a foreign matter. The Sen-jJ ltcrnat,ve pollcy for the United
ate and House assembled in thei 1 3'
House chamber, the senators filing
in two by two. As the president
mounted the platform where Speak-
er Clark and Vice President Mar-i ambassador to Mexico without re re-shall
shall re-shall were waiting, the big chamber j.'traints.
was hushed. Attired in a conven-j .Strict observations of the neutral neutral-tional
tional neutral-tional frock coat, suit, the president jity law and to "see to it that no ma-
stooj at the clerks desk and read.terial or monetary assistance is giv-
his address in the easy conversa conversational
tional conversational tone for which he is noted.
First pointing out. that it was his
duty "without rts'ervation to lay all
he facts concerning the relations of
the United State with Mexico," the
president outlined what the United
States had done "as a friend and
neighbor." Asserting that this
tion was glad to call itself the friend
of Mexico, and hoping for many fu-J
ture occasions to show that disinter-
ested friendship, the president de
clared that "We shall yet prove to
tne Mexican people that we know
how to serve them without first
thinking how" we shall serve our ourselves."
selves." ourselves." V'
Describing Mexican conditions and
'the events that led up to the nego-!uPon
tlations just concluded, President
Wilson outlined how "far and disT)r-reS8rvin our stateroom on the
der, devastation ;md confusion, seem j learner, and that the essel was
to threaten to be come the settle icnock a block and no room for Min Min-fortune
fortune Min-fortune of the distracted country." jnie and I- IIere was a pretty kettle
As friends, he said, this country !of fish but with a little tact we se
could wait no longer for a solution
of things in the sister republic.
President Announces American
The president announced the posi-
tion of the United States to be as
"No armed intervention." j
Strict neutrality, "forbidding the
exportation of arms or munitions of
war of any kind from the United
States to any part of the republic of
Under no circumstances to "be th
partisans of either party to the con-
' test that now distracts Mexico, or
constitute ourselves the virtual um umpire
pire umpire between them."
LA To urge all Americans to leave
lexico at once and to assist them to
get away In every way possible.
sumes to exercise authority know
that this government "shall vigilant vigilantly
ly vigilantly watch the fortunes of those Amer Americans
icans Americans who cannot get away and
shall hold those responsible for their
sufferings and losses to a definite
reckoning. That can and will be
made plain beyoni the possibility of
a misunderstanding," declared the
Negotiations for the friendly medi-
1 mill - in
IBuy A Diamond On Monthly
Here you can buy a good diamond by paying only one-fifth cash and settle the balance in easy monthly payments.
Should you wish a diamond ring at $125 the cash payment would be $25. The balance of $100 could be settled in ten equal payments
We charge only 6 per cent simple interest, w hich figures $2.75. This would make the monthly payments $10.27 each.
It will pay you to buy now in this jvay rather than wait until you can pay all cash. Diamonds are going to be advanced in price in the
next few months. You can save fully 20 per cent by buying at present prices,
Every tiling We Sell is Gauran Gauran-teed
teed Gauran-teed as Represented
ation of the United States are open
reception of a .Mexican ambassa
dor in Washington.
That the United States send a new
en to the rebels."
Unconditional recognition of
An Emphatic Endorsement
As the president finished, reading
at 1:21 o'clock, a great roar of ap applause
plause applause broke out. All those in the
galleries stood while the president
na-fleft the galleries and started back to
Uhe White House.
VARXS FROM YAXKEELAM)
i Relleview, Florida, Cracker
Girl, Turned Loose on an Un Unsuspecting
suspecting Unsuspecting Public '
Yes, we saw Washington in so far
A? our limited time would allow, aid
returning to Baltimore found
nat tneTe naa Deen an oversight in
cured accommodations on a little
steamer called the "Dorchester,"
bound for Providence R. I. Well,
she rocked and she rolled and Min Minnie
nie Minnie and I both joined a class in
book-keeping and cast up accounts
.with the rest of thpm and whn w
arrived the following Wednesday
morning our firm determination was
,not to travel on that boat any more.
We took a quick look at Provi-
jdence and took train for Boston,
j where we were met by Mr. and Mrs.
Haskell, who some will remember,
' CTlflTlt V i TIM n n TJ s1 1 .-1 i
UC IlllllCi ill IJCllCtlCV ClgUl.
or nine years ago; also my cousin,
Miss Bessie Haskell, who wintered
iii Belleview one year ago.
We went to Chase & Sanborn's big
tea and coffee house, just like we
threatened to, and saw just how tea
and coffee is made, and, by the way.
they do not make tea and coffee
(there, but nevertheless they treated
us fine and showed us the whole
iodus operandi of how it is done,
and tendered us the use of a great
big touring car to see the city, which
trip wound up at the new north de depot.
pot. depot. And who do you suppose we
met there? No one but our dear
old friend, Mrs. Ellen J. Bush, who
was just starting for Chicago. What
a visit we did have! Mrs. Bush was
()( 'ALA, FLORIDA, THTJKS
y It J
The Schoolmaster President "Who I
surrounded by friends who were
seeing her off, and who had plannei
a theater party afterwards to which
we were invited, but compelled to
decline, as we had planned to go;
down to Lynn for dinner, which we
We saw that wonderful Shoe
City, where my dad used to be in
business, and left there for Boston
where we caught the four o'clock
fast train for Springfield. We rolled
off that hundred miles in two hours
and twenty minutes and met an another
other another of those aunts and uncles that
we have strewn around so plentiful plentifully
ly plentifully up in this country. This uncle
is the treasurer of one of the big
tr sts of the country, and looks it.
He can't laugh for fear it will hurt
his face; for all that he is a pretty
fair sort of a chap. Now here is
where we had to act our best and
appear as though we were used to
it, but we made a stiff try at it and
spent several enjoyable days.
Springfield is a most beautiful
city, and from our window in the
house away up on the top of a big
hill we could see the Connecticut
river winding in and out and around
the foot, hills, making a. pretty pic picture,
ture, picture, but I would not want to live
here in winter. Give me Florida,
every time. We visited Holyoke,
Northampton, Mount Tom and other
places and left there Friday morn morning,
ing, morning, feeling glad that we had seen
Springfield once more.
We started for Lake Winnepau Winnepau-saukee
saukee Winnepau-saukee and changed cars at Worces Worcester,
ter, Worcester, Mass., where our o'd friend Joe
Gross used to live ( and also at
Nashua, N. H., and about 4:30 that
afternoon we got off at "the Weir's,"
away up in the White Mountains,
and one of the most fashionable in inland
land inland watering places in the country.
Uncle Charlie and Aunt Hattie
met us (some more of those uncles
and aunts) and we took their launch
across the lake to their camp. First
thing, a bath in the lake; next
thing, supper; next thing, to a big
dance; next thing to bed.
Saturday we viewed the annual
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A V. AUGUST 28, 1913
water carnival at "the Weir's,"
which is some social pumpkins in
this neck of the woods. Boats, peo
pie, and more people and more
boats and more money (represented)
than one could shake a stick at.
Well, Minnie and 1 felt just as big
as any of them, and enjoyed it every
bit as much as anyone there, even
if we were only two poor little Flor Florida
ida Florida cracker girls.
to Teach Mexico the
The ypnkee boys are some good, Primary ciass orr-sevea scno.ar
lookers fhough. We met lots of 'enrolled tor tie start and sclwol.is.;
them; one bunch in particular rep represented
resented represented Dartmouth College. They
were some and some more.
These yankees walk an awful lot.
One day we walked to Meredith,
the miles and back. Another eve evening
ning evening we walked up on top of a
mountain to see the moon come up.
It came up and we went down. Lord,
weren t we tired though, .wen we
swung through six days of social
activities and it was six of the hap happiest
piest happiest days of our lives. So we
brought that visit to a close and
started on a quest for more uncles
and aunts and good friends who de delight
light delight to take us two poor Florida
cracker girls in and give us a good
time, just as though we were really
or some importance. uur mileage
books still have a good healthy lG0k!t'or. DMoines Iowa with the re
and as long as they hold out all is
veil, but when they play out, good-i
i a .j
bve to uncles and aunts and good
friends, and all those good times-
we are coming home.
We have been wearing our winter
clothes and J, my
Minnie still goes in
Ellie A. Tremere.
RARGAIX IX BUILDING LOTS
Two of the choicest corner lots injins the most prominent men of the j
the Seymour .residential addition, staate as his friends.
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-
gain and easy payments. Apply at;
Star office or to R. R. Carroll, tf
(G(HillMf Why Pay Piore 1
SHIP AI!IUYi:i AT JIACQUAIIIE ISLAM! JUST IX TIME TO SAVE
MAWSOX AND II UK COMIIAHES FHOM STARVATION'.
Belleview, Aug 2S. Mrs. John T.
Haines and Miss Lorena Freeman.
acting as a committee for the ladies
street committee, were out soliciting!
subscriptions to enable them to pro provide
vide provide receptacles for papers and
trash, to be placed at convenient lo
cations in town. The ladies request
that all persons having the welfare
'of the town at heart, deposit all
lue .ewu ytuwuc-,
which will be painted red.
. Every one that could get away
last Thursday went out to the picnic ;
!at Goin s Pond, at Shady. j
Mrs. Sydney T. Maddox, of St. ample provisions to last them until
Petersburg, is visiting with her par-'the Antarctic spring but the cora cora-ents",
ents", cora-ents", Mr. and Mrs. W R. Kilpat- mander of the government steamer
Mr onrl AfrS Tlavirl C. Stnnlpv
and familv. went on a fishing expe-
jdition to Smith's lake last Thursday
'and expect to stay a couple of days
The fine horse that Mr. W. A
Owens tof the Brown Bros, hard
has been driving,
took sick a few days ago and died inr..
a snort time. inis was one oi me
j finest horses in this section and is a
(severe loss to Mr. Owens.
j .Mrs. C. M. Laird, who has been
'visiting with her sister, Mrs. Adamiliart( Tasmania, on December 2,
'r. Ridge were of great assistance tol91j u 'principal object' being the
the Hafner family in their recent
bereavement, perrorming tne lasi ;
sad duties for the deceased, Mrs.
On Monday, Aug. 23, our school
opened with Prof. A, B. Connor in
charge of the advanced grades, and
Mrs. W. T. Evans in charge of the
Mrs. John Hightower, of Heather; -a-
T ,. . 0 . Jos. W. Davis of "Glendale Farm"
Island, spent last Saturday in Belle- 11L
.... . Ippent Saturday and Sunday with his
view, visiting friends.
. TT . i family in Ocala.
Mrs. Delbert Haskell has received. w . A
, . tt t ii a t H. R. L. White was here last Sat-
word that Mr. Haskell escaped from .
. '. . 'urday, visiting and attending to bus-
Mexico and is on his way home. Wej. 7
..... . nness matters personally and for the
told Delbert that when he left tiere.
,, , tt 1 -r r. truckers association.
Mrs. Join L. Hames and Mrs. R. ......
T. .. S. Lehman of the Lehman Vine-
Ilafner, the past year, died Thuts-
iday, Aug. 21. at 9:45 p. m. Mrs.
T 1 j
Lair was paralyzed some six months
ago, requiring constant care and,
. .. .
nursing up to the time of her death.
We are glad to note that Mrs.
cr iv, tt t 11 t, r a
Selbert Haskell has so far recovered ;
, . ,. ...
from her recent indisposition as to
, v ...
L't; ituic iu u up u 1 111 aiuuuu uhlc
Mr. Adam Hafner left last Friday
mains 10 irs. m. umra, .wrfc..nai
nor'c sletor ATr Hafnor iv-?ll visit
among his fgriends and old business
! associates, of whom he has many,
land on his return will stop over in'
1 Pennsylvania for a while before re
turning home. Mr. Hafner saw the j
growth of DesMoines from a small;
city up to one of the most populous
cities of the west, having held differ different
ent different public offices of trust, among
them chief of police and councilman,
for a number of years, and number
Mr. John T. Hames has enlarged
and beautified his home by adding
a very commodious porch to same.
Mr. Freeman Hames turned stone-
mason and with artistic care built
stone upon stone, into a wall that
will last as well as adorn the house
for years to come.
IS DULY AVERTED
LIVING OH WALRUS LIVERS
Thc Were Almost at the Point of
LxhausUon When Rescue
Christchurch, N. Z., Aug. 2S. Re Relief
lief Relief arrived just in time to save the
Iies of Dr. Douglas Mawson,. the
Australian Antarctic explorer, and
his five companions "who were left in
March last on Macquaire island in
the Antarctic ocean, when the re-
iuifuning twenty-four members of Dr.
The six men were believed to have
sent to their relief reports that the
had exhausted all their
supplies and had been living for
some" time on hearts and tongues of
isea elephants. All or them were In
a ery weak condition when the re re-;
; re-; lief ship reached them.
Dr. Mawsnn's exnpditfnn was nn-
, . . .
i fnrnmaffl in Insinsr hv dpath two nf
mam. M ln ,ana nn
-the ice Lieutenant Ennis, an Eng-
lish officer, and Dr. Xavier Mertz, a
The original expedition left Ho-
. esploratIon and survey Cf the Ant-
arctic coast line.
Sumraerfield, Aug. 28. C. P.,
Knoyer, of Dallas, visited frfpnds
here last Saturday.
w SwearIn and wlf- Qf Pe
,.,rc w st,,r.
" "A. I V "T;
last saiuruay viaiiiug uis uauguier,
Mrs. John T. Hough,
C. J. Balch, C. A. Messenger, P.
Burschel, L. J. Dankwertz, Charley
' , T T
Smith, F. Laubscher, A. J.. Lehman
and others were business visitors
here on Saturday last.
1 Tuula JjQAge Xo. 22, Independent
;0r,ler of odd Fellows, meets every
. A o
i 1 aeEaa-y evening at a o ciock m
1 vnnp'c TTnll Port Kin? avpnue Vis-
! 'OBoes iau, ion ivmg avenue, via
! itors in the city invited to be with us.
G. L. Taylor, N. G.
L. Colbert, Secretary. Adv.
MARIOX-DUXX MLASOXIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, P. &
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.
1 CONCORDIA LODGE F. V. OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
, of America, meets In Yonge's Hall
on the second Thursday evening of.
each month. Geo. L. Taylor, F.M.
' Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 1913
I OCALA OCCURRENCES 1
lioari of Trade meets tonight.
-Moose meet this evening.
The Lord love3 a cheerful giver,
and everybody loves a cheerful loser,
The new and nobby felt hats for
men Ju.it in at Rivers' Haberdashery
are "the caper" now. Drop in and
see them. 8-26-3t
C T 1. 1 t
s r 1' t
- r .
auinems ana ragtime, out it never
plays a ditty. It doesn't wish to be
Telephone yourwant to the Court
Pharmacy, and try their quick de delivery
livery delivery system. 8-27
Mr. P. Caruthers, a prominent
citizen of Oxford, was in town today.
Mr. John Carney came up from
Lake Weir this afternoon ard 13
spending the evening with friends.
The handsome Seaboard Air Line
folder recently issued contains a lot
or- advertising about riorida. Mar Marion
ion Marion county tomes in for its full
Phone 244 for prompt and accur accurate
ate accurate night prescription service. Gerig's
drug store. Adv. 8-4
Judging by the line of large and
handsome corkscrews one of our
leading druggists has just laid in,
he must expect the county to go dry.
10,000 VIOLET PLANTS At
$1.50 per 100, ready to plant; strict strictly
ly strictly cash. Heintz, the Florist. 8-25-12t
The Seaboard Air. Line announces
that it will take particular care of
the baggage of traveling men. The
Lord only knows what will become
of the railroads when all the travel traveling
ing traveling men buy autos.
When you want the very latest in
men's hats for the fall of 1913 just
drop into Rivers' Haberdashery and
see those "just In" from fashion's
headquarters. 8-26-31 v
The Star and all his other friends
are glad to see Mr. E. C. Smith in
business again. The business trou trouble
ble trouble he became involved in a few days
ago was only temporary, and he is
now ready to 'wait on the public at
his old stand.
Mr. Jake Klein leaves the early
part of next week to make a busi busi-'
' busi-' ness tour of the eastern markets in
the interest of his big dry goods
store. During his absence he will
visit his wife and son, who are now
in Canton, Ohio.
Numbered with the new arrivals
at the Court Pharmacy are dainty
and attractive place cards, Congress
card, Tally cards and Tissue Paper
In different colors. "8-2 7.
Get your school books early. The
Murray Company is county agent
and can tell you the books needed
for each grade. It will save you the
rush of school opening and worry
that comes from trying to get the
list from the .theachers and waiting
your turn at the store. 8 -28-3t
The very latest in men's fall hats
may now be seen at Rivers' Harring Harrington
ton Harrington Hall Haberdashery. 8-26-3t
Rexall disappearing skin cream Is
a non-oily preparation for making
the skin soft and beautiful. Gerig's
drug stores. 7-25-tf
Phone No. 4 96 is the one you
want to call The Murray Company.
They have stationery, office supplies,
cut glass and china of all kinds.
Mr. M. M. Little had much Odd
Fellow business on his hands today.
First he received a telegram from
the grand master, asking him to go
wikh him to Center Hill, where a dis district
trict district meeting of the I. O. O. F. will
be held tonight; then he received a
Try BLOCK'S GRAHAM
20c per lb.
"We carry very complete stock of
Frank E. Block's Crackers and Cakes
in Bulk and Packages. All 10c pack packages,
ages, packages, 3 for 25c; all 5c packages, 6
There is none Better than BLOCK'S.
Cam -Thomas Co.
call from Dunnellon, where the
phosphate city brethren will try to
reorganize their lodge this evening.
Feeling that he was needed most at
Dunnellon, Mr. Little decided to go
there, but first went up to Reddick
to meet the grand master and return
with him to the junction.
Mr. Lewis Shortridge of Citra was
in the city today.
Mr. Robert C. Thagard of Wild-
wood was among the visitors in the
ity today, and enrolled his name on
the subscription list of Marion coun
ty's leading newspaper.
Mri Z. C. Chambliss was able to
be down town a short time today,
but isn't feeling very "peart."
Ex-Senator D. H. Baker of Orange
Home, Sumter county, visited his
Ocala friends today.
Mr. R. S. Rogers of the Florida
Title & Abstract Company, has been
in Tampa for a few days on business
for his company.
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.
OUTGOING MAILS CLOSE
A. C. L. NORTH 5:05 a
12:45 p. m. SOUTH 6:10 a
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.
An elegant line of lavers manu manuscript
script manuscript covers, in any color that could
be desired, just received at the Star
AT THE TEMPLE
Manager Bennett has secured the
following plays for the -coming sea season:
25th. Edward O'Oize in "The
Merchant of Venice."
27th. Local talent.
28th. Bert Leigh in "The Little
8th. "The Barber of Seville."
13th. "The Leopard Spots."
16th. Niel O'Brien Minstrels.
23rd. "C-uo Vadis."
24th. "Quo Vadis."
24th. "Bought and Paid For."
30th. Coburn's Minstrels.
15th. "The Shepherd of the
17th. "Polly of the Circus."
26th. The Smart Set.
27th. "The Spring Maid."
23rd. Evan's Honey Boy Min Minstrels.
strels. Minstrels. 3Iarch
4th to 13th. Chautauqua.
16th, "The Rose Maid."
19th. Paul Gilmore.
OPEN DAY AND 1S1GHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.
DR. W. K. LANE Specialist, Eye
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office Law
Library Building, Ocala. Adv.
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
W. C, BLANGHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
P. O. BOX 46
MISS AFFLECK STUDIED
THE MILLINERY MARKET
Miss Mary Affleck, who has been
in the markets for the past several
weeks, studying the fall and winter
styles in millinery and purchasing
new goods for the coming season,
has returned home. She bought a
great many pretty and 4 stylish goods
that will be on display very soon.
AT 1 1 EL YEN STOWS
The dry goods store of Mr. E. T.
Helvenston has been steadily under undergoing
going undergoing improvements for the past
few weeks. New counters have tak taken
en taken the place of the old ones; a new
cabinet for the display of men's
clothing has been erected; the most
up to date cash register manufactur manufactured
ed manufactured has been secured and is now in installed;
stalled; installed; and many other improve improvements
ments improvements are contemplated shortly.
Mr. Helvenston leaves in a few
days for New York to purchase his
fall goods and says that if there is
anything that can be added to his
place that will make it more modern
than at present he proposes to see
that it is done. Mr. George Pasteur,
the former junior partner in the es establishment,
tablishment, establishment, will have charge of the
business during Mr. Helvenston's
SPECIAL SERVICE AT THE
CATHOLIC CHURCH SUNDAY
Rev. D. Bottolaccio invites the un unprejudiced
prejudiced unprejudiced people of Ocala for Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, August 31st, at 9 o'clock a. m.,
to come to St. Phillip to hear a mes message
sage message from the holy Father Pius X.
A message on the Constantonian
Colorado Springs Colo., Aug. 28
Governor Park Trammell of Florida,
has won the title of the handsomest
governor attending the Governor's
Governor Trammel is not on the
program for an address, but he is
winning just about as much atten attention
tion attention in the beauty contest as the
"high-brow" state chieftans who
have been telling their brothers just
how a commonwealth should be
NOTICE OF ELECTION
Notice is hereby given to all per persons
sons persons that an election has been and is
hereby called for, and will be held
Tuesday, the ICth day of September,
- A. D., 1913,
in Marion County, State of
Florida, to decide whether the sale
of intoxicating liquors, wines or beer
shall be prohibited in said County of
Marion, such election to eb held as
required by Article 19 :of the Consti Constitution
tution Constitution of Florida, and the laws of
Board of County Commissioners,
Marlon County, State of Florida.
By P. H. NUGENT,
Clerk of said Board of County Com Commissioners.
missioners. Commissioners. (Seal).
Of Teachers' Examination
Notice Is hereby given that the
regular state uniform examination
for certificates to teach will be held
at the Ocala High School building for
whites and at Howard Academy 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, aJd a fee of one dollar will
be collected at the beginning of the
J. rl. Brinson,
w8-15-3t d8-15-tf Superintendent.
"Urudren.- said a darkey minister
down on a plantation, "brudren. Va
got a 'five dollar sermon, an' a two
dollar sermon, an' a one dollar ser sermon,
mon, sermon, an' I want dis here Indelicate au audience
dience audience to take up a collection as to
which oDe of dem dey can afford t t-har."
har." t-har." r
Have you a house to
rent, or do you want
to rent a house?
Have you something to
sell, or do you wish to
buy a house, a lot, a
horse or a buggy?
Are you looking for
employment, or do you
need the services of
some one who Is?:
If so, you should pat-
ronize the STAR'S un-
classified column it'll
do the work. s
Some of the Dry Goods
40 Inch Crepe de Chines.all colors,
our regular price $1.50, Sale price
per yard $1.19
Yard-Wide Messalines ,all colors,$l
and $1.25 values. Sale price per
Crepe de Chines, in regular widths,
all colors, regular price 65c, now
at. ... 49c
Ratines, all colors, a good 29c value,
Special sale price per yard.. 21 C
Striped Soisettes, good for shirts and
waists, real 25c value, now only
per yard 1 5c
Brown Dress Linen (pure linen weft)
12 c value, now only per yd. 9c
Yard-Wide Dress Linen (every
thread Linen) 29c value, now only
per yard 19c
Toile da Noird Dress Ginghams, the
est made in America. Special
sale price, per yard 10c
40 inch White Lingerie, real 15c val.
suitable for many uses, now only
per yard 10c
Fast Colored Dress Ginghams', the
best 10c grade on the market, now
only per yardT 7V?C
14 yards 36 inch Bleached Sheeting,
real 10c goods, soft finish, for
19 yards 38 inch Unbleached Sheet Sheeting,
ing, Sheeting, good grade, very soft for. $1
USE STAR WANT ADS
who fails to investigate the oppor opportunities
tunities opportunities of life such as this great
sale has no one to blame but
themselves if they, don't prosper.
Here now, every person in Ocala is
offered a chance to buy goods they
will surely need sooner or later, at
prices way belowv what they had to
pay formerly or will have to pay
later. The shrewd men those who
are getting ahead- are quick to grasp
such an opportunity as this. They
realize to take advantage of same
is just like finding nioney. ;
Go where you will and when
you will, youll not find Bar Bargains
gains Bargains like theseu
No merchant is : going to sacri sacrifice
fice sacrifice good merchandise in this
way except under circumstan circumstances
ces circumstances compelling drastic measur measures.
es. measures. Marcus Frank must reduce
his stock without delay in or order
der order to carry j put his plans,
hence the remarkable values,
of which the following are
only a few:
PARIS SOX SUPPORTERS, regular
price 25c, now... 17c
B. V. D. Underwear.regular price $1,
"HEADLIGHT PANTS, regular price
$1, now . 79C
"OLUS" the newest in Union Suits,
. $1 kind, only........ 81 C
50c Balgriggan Underwear, now
only . v . ......... 39c
25-cent Balbriggan Underwear, now
E. & W. $1.50 and $2 Shirts, now
only .. -$1.35
$1.00 and $1.25 Men's Shirts, now
only .;. 84c
, E. & W. Collars, several styles, now
Large 5c Handkerchiefs, now
only :. ... ; 3c
If the public only
knew the values and
varieties of Embroideries
we are showing, we are
sure not a yard of this,
class of goods would be
sold by another storein
this city. ,.
Without a doubt we
have the largest and
best line to be had in
this city. Our prices are
lower than ever as we
must reduce the stock.
This Sale will be
on Every Day from
now till Saturday,
FOR RESULTS They
rip Wli o
A few Household Needs
90. Inch Mosquito Canopy ready to
' hang up, for only $1.25
.30x60 Inchs "Crex" Grass Rugs,
51.25" values for only 70c
80x88inches Crocheted Bed Spreads,,
weight 3 3-4 pounds, for.. $1.45
45x36 inches Hemstitched Pillow
' Cases, 18c values 13c
81x90 inches Seamless Sheet, our
'i-igular 75c grade for. .... 59c
50 inch Table Damask, several pat patterns,
terns, patterns, 29c values, at per yd. 19c
t8inch All-Linen Table Damask,
-duNregular 85c grade, at yd..59c
Inch Every Thread Linen Damask
-I worth 51.75 at per yard... SI .1 9
Large Bleached Huck Towel, nice
. for daily use, at only 8c
18x18 inch Mercerized Ready-Hemmed
Napkins, 51.25 value at per
All Linen Huck Towel3, Hemstitch Hemstitched
ed Hemstitched borders, at only 21 C
J. & P. Coat's Spool Cotton, all num numbers
bers numbers and colors, at per spool. 4c
9-4 PEPPERRELL Unbleached
Sheeting, 25c everywhere, only,
per yard 9c
"Deliver the Goods.
THE OCAL.A EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 1913
; ; j j 1 ; :
- Have a business of your own some day, so that
you may enjoy a comfortable old age; there is one
way to do it: Bank your money now. Let your ac account
count account grow; then some day, you will be prepared to
take A GOOD BUSINESS CHANCE or to invest
your money in a paying business. The man who
has a business of his own first banked his money and
then helped to make his bank account GROW.
DO YOUR BANKING WITH US
We Pay 4 per cent Interest on Savings Accounts
DR, F. E. McGLANE, M. D.
SPECIALIST IX CIIRQXIC DISEASES
The Dr. McClane Medical, Surgical and
PHONES Office, No. 333. Dr MoClane'a Residence, No. 407.
Office Suite 1 to 7, Holder Block Southwest cor. Public Square.
i Florida Rye and
We have just bought 3,000 bushels of the 90-day
or Burt OATS, grown in Florida, and 600 bushels of
Florida RYE. We went through Madison county
and selected the nicest Oats and Rye grown in the
county. If you expect to plant either Oats or Rye,
you had better buy early, or arrange for them, as
they are very scarce and the price will be much
I Ocaia Seed Store.
Call up Pinae 330 aal Letu;
AND ELECTRICAL WORK
f We Guarantee To Save You Money on Any Work in Our Lines
Au wc employ none but experts He are la position to guarantee ev-
ery piece of work we construct to stand the Inspection of the most
rljjltl Inxpeetors. It costs nothing to set our figures and j ou are the
winner, whether it secure fhe contract or not. Give ns m trial.
M. W. TUCKER
CLYATT BLOCK j OCALA, FLORIDA
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 8TH.
Atlantic Coast Line
Special Trains Leave Ocala 2:10 p. m.
Limit of Tickets September 11th
: For Information call on M. R. WILLIAMS,
' J. G. KIRKLAND, . Ticket Agent, Ocala, Fla.
BAq ion Paasengei 'Agent, Taapa,. Fla.
99 Day Seed Oats
Give an EsHmate on Your
O Round, Trip
Honor lloll of Volunteers for
filitchtou Road Working
Dr. J. E. Chace with man andj
Jake Brovn, self, two dravs.
F. V. Ditto, elf and auto and two?
j Dr. L,. H. Von Engelken, self, auto!
and laborer. j
i Mrs. J. R. Moorhead, aid serving?
Mrs. Ola Potter, same as above. J
Mrs. B. H. Seymour, as above. j
Mrs. S. T. SIstrunk, same as above.
Mrs. Mae Bingham, same as above.
W. C. Blanchard, self.
Joseph P. Taylor, self, son and;
Ueam. Mr. Taylor lives on the Blitch-;
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
Dr. Boozer, self and laborer.
Dr. Walter Hood, self and laborer.
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.
Ed Carmich.el, self and two
Capt. Tucker. Do his best.
Mrs. W. H. Anderson and daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, dinner for twelve.
W. K. Anderson, self and three
sens, two-Lorse 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.
Mrs. W. V. Xewsom. assist with
Ocala Lumber & Supply Co., team;
and driver, -'-probably two.
Ocala Boy, Scouts.
J. W. Coulter, self, two hands, one.ernoon on the south side of the
J. T. Burgess, self.
S. Pinkney, self.
Dr. Blitch, auto, family and whole
L. M. Murray, laborer.
The Carmichael & Son Co., one
double team and two men.
J. L. Edwards, self and three la
M. Fishel, son and force.
C. E. Hightower.
A. G. Gates and auto.
C. L. Fox, self or laborer.
.ucier & .uacivay, two teams and
D. E. Mclver, two laborers and
C. V. Roberts, one laborer and
Hayes & Guynn, one man.
C. L. Sistrunk, one laborer.
Herman Warshauer, self or man.
B. Goldman, laborer.
Joseph Malever, self and buggy.
J. W. Akin, laborer.
Carlisle Drugstore, two laborers.
Dr. Boozer, five men.
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, one la laborer.
borer. laborer. F. P. Gadscn, one laborer.
Tompkins & Cobb, double team
Jerry Burnett, one man.
D. W. Goodwin, ?1.
Dodson & Rentz, one man.
C. J. Johnson, one man.
C. L. Izlar, self and auto.
Mrs. F. W. Ditto and Mrs. Mamie
Fox, dinner for ten and assistance.
R. F. Rogers, self and one man.
.G. R. Smith, one day.
D. M. Barco, self.
W. K. Zewadski, self and laborer.
J. P. Galloway, self and two labor laborers.
ers. laborers. Cash, $1.25.
C. W. Smith, self and man.
G. W. Ray, one man.
C. E. Connor, self and man.
Wm. M. Gober, one day or $1.
L. A. Snow, one man.
Alfred Ayer, $1.
E. T. Helvenston. one day.
Knight & Lang, two laborers, two
mules and wagon.
VY. L. Colbert, self and auto.
Baxter Carn, one-horse team.
F. A. Davies, self and auto.
Carter's Bakery, two men and 100
loaves of bread.
G. F. Williams, self and auto.
L. W. Harley & Bro., self, pick
J. R. Dewey, self and one man.
L. F. Ballard, self one day.
A. E. Burnett, self and laborer. -M.
A. TenEyck, self and laborer.
Fred J. Burden, self and team.
Charles 2. French, self.
Henry Gordon, ".;..
Z. C. Chambli-s. self auto and
James Duffy, one dav.
j Jim Duffy, one day.
M. Whisenant and son, one day.
C. ilancasier. self, later, moral
.Mason Snelling, self.
W. J. Nelson, self.
J. A. Morris, Jr., and three men.
G. T. Liddon, self, double team
J. W. Jenkins and team.
Joe Potter and team.
Gordon Moorhead, services.
Gordon Sinclair, services.
Dr. F. E. McClane, self, auto and
L. S. Light, self and three men.
F. G. B. Weihe, self.
Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe, self.
F. E. Weihe.
Mrs. P. V. Leavengood, help.
IMPORTANT ROARO OF TRADE
MEETING THIS EVENING
J A meeting of. the Board of Trade
, will be held this evening. As a good
imaay members are out of town, the
:meeting will be heM in the Board of
(Trade rooms instead of at the eourt-
house. Tnere is much jmportant
busine3 to be considered, and all
members not unavoidably detained
i should be present.
BAND CONCERT PROGRAM
The following program will be
j rendered at the band concert Friday
I March, "Officer of the Day" R.
! Overture, "A Gleam of Heaven"
!Chas. K. Harris.
j Flower song, "A Bunch of Violets"
C. W. Bennett.
I Medley W. H. Mackie.
Ten minutes intermission.
Overture, "Our Nation" Mackie Mackie-Beyer.
Beyer. Mackie-Beyer. Idyl, "The Glow Worm" Paul
Waltzes, "Don't be Cross" C.
March, "Boston Commandery"
T. M. Carter.
RAX OVER BY AN AUTO
Mr. Adam C. White of Citra, had
jthe misfortune to slip just as he
i stepped from antautomobile this aft-
courthouse. The machine ran over
both his legs just above the ankle,
the wheel grazing one leg to the
knee. Mr. White was unable to rise
and he was carried into Mr. E. T.
Helvenston's store, where a physi-
cian examined his injuries
nation proved that there were no
bones broken, but his bruises are
quite painful and it will be some
days before he will be able to walk.
All in all Mr. White was extremely
fortunate in escaping what might
have been a serious injury from his
fall. He returned to .his home at
Citra this afternoon
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Eastern Star Chapter 29, regular
meeting first Friday night each
month at Ycnge's Hall. Visitors wel welcome.
come. welcome. Florrie Condon, Sec'y.
Mrs. A. E. Burnett,
Of Five Hnmlred S. C. White Leg Leghorn
horn Leghorn Hens
These hens must be sold to make
room. Now in your time to get some
good foundation stock cheap and
breed up a good lot of winter layers.
pply for prices to Ivy Poultry Farm.
; Ocala, Fla.
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 ser-jvice.
jvice. ser-jvice. Accuracy and Promptness are
i N. B. For accuracy's sake ask
your doctor not to telephone your
! prescription, but to WRITE it, and
' we will send for it.
Anderson Pharmacy 1
Moose meet this evening.
SAVING IS -C0MM0N SENSE
No matter who you are, what you do, what you
earn, how much you know, or what your age, the
one thing essential to a successful career is to spend
less than you earn.
An account in our bank offers the best way to
save. We are helping others, and would like to
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
At This Period Use All
"Safeguards tor Comforts and Well Being
The best and most practical of these is ice our ice. It preserves
your food, conserves your health, increases your pleasure, does
you good in ways too numerous to mention and all for a little
OCALA ICE & PACKING CO.
KEN BRICK W. C. T. U.
Kendrick, Aug. 22. The
meeting of the W. C. T. U. was held
Friday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. B. C. Webb.
There was a full attendance, all
members but one being present, and
After a short business meeting,
the first chapter in the life of Pran Prances
ces Prances E. Willard was read.
A short program consisting of
musical selections by Miss Esther
Boulware, a recitation, "Tommy's
Prayer." 'by Mrs. B. C. Webb, and
victrola mnsic followed. Refresh
ments ".ere serve! by the hostess.
The next meeting will be held Fri Friday
day Friday afternoon. Sept. 12th, at the M.
Z. church. Julia H. Webb.
Press Superinten Ienr
AFTER SUPPER SALE
Keep in min.i that Frank Gadson's
After Supper Sales, at the Ocala Ba Bazaar,
zaar, Bazaar, will hesin Saturday evening at
3:30 o'clock, and will be held there thereafter
after thereafter each Saturday and Monday ev evening
ening evening in the week.
Premier Carrier of the South
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. JO, 1073
Round Trip Fares from Jacksonville
Tickets limited to September 15,
and are good returning on any reg regular
ular regular train within limit.
Excursion train will leave Jack
sonville for Augusta and Columbia : careful Estimates 'Made on All Con Con-9:3u
9:3u Con-9:3u a. m. and for Macon and At- tract Work. Give3 more and better
lanta 9:40 a. m.
Through Coaches and Pullman
service. Special trains.
City ticket office corner Forsyth &
Hogan Sts.. phone Nos. 743 & 4041.
G R. Pettit, Div. Pass Agt., Jackson-
National Conservation Exposition
j Knowille, Tennessee,
of our service is its promptness.
You are waited on when you enter
the store. 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 to buy as quickly as you
desire. But take longer if you can.
A. E. BURNETT
Do You Wear
Fan! s ?
If jrou do they should always
be spotless and nicely pressed.
Pressing and cleaning is our
business. Call phone twenty twenty-one.
one. twenty-one. D0DS0W & RENTZ.
Melver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBAIMERS
Fine Casluts ai:d Burial Robes.
I). E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
All Work Done by Licensed Em Em-balniers
balniers Em-balniers and Fully Guaranteed
f). E. McIYVR .101
U. V. ROBERTS 303
Undertaking Office 47
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Savannah, Baltimore, Philadelphia,
Boston and Providence
Fine steamers; best service; low
fares; wireless telegraph. Throusa
tickets to and from principal points.
Send for booklet.
H. C. AVERY. Aent,
L. D. JONES. C. A.
Seminole Hotel. Jacksonville, Fla.
Finest coastwise Trip in the World
Carpenter and Builder.
i work for the money than anj other
ontracto- in the city.
i This is a prescription prepared especially
, for MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVER.
Five or eix dotea will break any case, arid
if taken then as a tonic the Feyer will nol
return. It acti on the liver better than
Calomel and does not gripe or sicken. 25c
THE OCA LA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, AUGUST 2S, 1913
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
RlTTIXGEf: & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
R. R. Carroll, General Maunder I'ort V. Leavenjsood, Business 3Iar.ager
J. H. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Pla., psto'fice as second class matter.
One year, in advance $5.00
Six months, in advance 2.50
Three months, in advance.... 1.25
On& month, in advance 50
'OUR GOLDEN CALVES"
The poor little Star has been so
bewalloped and lambasted because
it doesn't bow the knee to Baal,
that it take3 much comfort in find finding
ing finding its sentiments expressed on the
editorial page of the Columbia State,
one of the best edited as well as
most independent papers in the
Our Golden Calves
Nature must be considerable of a
leveler, after all.
Just suppose you had two or three
hundred million dollars to spare.
Doesn't it just cause the thing
that has been doing duty as your
heart to expand with the thought of
the many things you would do with
Nor do we intend to suggest for a
moment that you would not do with
it what was, in the main, right, or
that you wouldn't get plenty of fun
out of the1, proceeding.
The point is, that your equipment
for getting rid of large surpluses for
your own pleasure and the benefit of
your fellow man possibly has very
much to do with the fact that you
don't even have a surplus after pay paying
ing paying the rent.
Mother Nature levels us up. She
gives the poor man' a fine, generous,
prodigal spirit; and then, she turns
round and endows the rich man wiih
a hankering to spend, along with an
utter constitutional inability to grat gratify
ify gratify hi3 hankering.
What a team a real, nat-.ral born,
lover of the human kind and spend spendthrift
thrift spendthrift would make, if he were only
tied up for a few years with one of
our multis, with carte blanche on
his bank roll.
But that never will happen, be because
cause because the man who has been able to
become a multi-millionaire would be
sure to raise the objection that the
money was being spent foolishly.
Take the case of Andrew Carne Carnegie.
gie. Carnegie. Andrew, everybody must ad admit,
mit, admit, has been an earnest spender.
Trouble with him, of course, is that
he had to go around and make
business of it, as he has made a bus business
iness business of everything else. Trouble
. with that is, that the average self self-respecting
respecting self-respecting person doesn't want to ac accept
cept accept anything that is given him in a
business sort of way. He'll let a
more fortunate brother squander
something on him. He'll help any anybody
body anybody get rid foolishly of some spare
change; but when it comes to taking
something for- his uplift he smells
a rat, and lifts a poverty stricken,
but very independent nose!
, But what chance has Andrew, or
anybody else in his class, whose life
has been spent in the science of
vacuum cleaning the universe oT
small change, to get rid of any of it
'A. Carnegie has filled up tb.3
country with his libraries. Lately,
he has had to transfer the fund ti
Scotland, because he could no longer
find communities to accept them.
Andrew Carnegie's benefactions
are unpopular because he does not
know how to spend. If he had been
assessed of that golden secret, he
would never have been able to accu accumulate.
mulate. accumulate. He and his Ilk the tight-wads,
tke acquisitive, the new aristocracy
of millions, may be bowed to as gol golden
den golden calves, but that is about all they
will ever get out of their money, for
the very good and sufficient reason
that that 13 about all they are, after
One year, in advance $3.00
Six months, in advance 4.25
Three months, in advance.... 2.25
One month, in advance 80
IS THERE A REASON?
The Star has received a letter
from Mr. Winfield Jones, Washing Washington
ton Washington correspondent for a number of
Florida papers. Mr. Jones wishes to
act as correspondent for the Star.
Ht incloses a sample letter, which
he says will show that Florida con congressmen
gressmen congressmen have no strings tied to
Mr. Jones' sample letter is entire entirely
ly entirely given to abuse of Congressman
L'Engle. Several of his statements
the Star knows to be untrue,, and it
is suspicious of most of the others.
There is a crowd in the fourth dis district
trict district that will stop at nothing to de defeat
feat defeat L'Engle in the next primary.
Lying reports sent out from Wash Washington
ington Washington will probably he an important
part of its tactics.
Mr. Jones uses the names of Con Congressman
gressman Congressman Sparkman 'and Clark in
making up his letter. The Star
doubts that either of these gentle gentlemen
men gentlemen authorized him to speak for
The Star advises the people of the
fourth district, whenever they see
anything in print about Claude L' L'Engle
Engle L'Engle over the signature of Winfield
Jones, to call for corroborative evi evidence.
dence. evidence. We have tried for years and years
as hard and as earnestly as we
could under the to us rather dfifi dfifi-cult
cult dfifi-cult circumstances to work our ourselves
selves ourselves up into that state of venera veneration
tion veneration for the Sage of the Ocala Ban Banner
ner Banner which seems required of all
Florida editors in good standing
but er well has there been is
there or could there be anything
under the sun done tfy the great
powers of the country financial or
political that he has not does not
or would not on some ground or
other condone or defend? St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg Times.
Having put in a large portion of
his life in denouncing the upper dog,
Uncle Frank, in a true Christian
spirit, is now striving to make
Judge Monroe, of the Escambia
county court of record, has declared
the Florida labor law passed by the
legislature of 1913, making it a mis misdemeanor
demeanor misdemeanor to contract to perform la labor,
bor, labor, secure money or other things
of value and then fail to live up to
the contract to be unconstitutional.
Farmers who advance supplies, to
negro laborers, perhaps to save them
and their families from want, must
continue to do so at their own risk.
There is nothing to prevent Sambo
from securing three months rations
and then skipping out with them.
It would be low-down mean to say
that Porter Charlton's visit to Italy
i3 a trial trip.
As long as Huerta can't induce the
Mexicans to recognize him, he
needn't feel sore because the Amer Americans
icans Americans will not.
From the newspaper comment in
the fourth district, Frank Chase will
have a pretty big proposition on his
hands when he attempts to defeat
Claude L'Engle next year. Pensa Pensa-cola
cola Pensa-cola News.
An ugly big proposition, you
Mr. W. G. Tilghman, a prominent
citizen of Palatka, was in Ocala
Wednesday, and paid the Star a
pleasant call. Mr. Tilghman was In
another shipment of that most popular cloth, Silk Ratina, in all colors; also a nice assortment of Percals and Dress Ginghams.
The very things you want and need to make waists and dresses for the little folks for school and home wear.
the shingle business in Putnam coun county
ty county for a number of years and made
enough out of it to retire from busi business,
ness, business, tho he continues to take a
vv:rm interest in all business affairs.
lie is an enthusiastic- prohibitionist
Sani claims that Lis town and county
jhave ma le great material and moral
i advancement since they went dry.
He v.-as much pleasei with Ocala,
acl announced his intention of go
ing down on the Oklawaha to see
the great drainage farm.
Did Rebecca chew chocolate bon bonbons
bons bonbons and ice cream and call for
soda water? Maybe not, but she was
mighty human. She kept Isaac on
the string for seven long years.
We hate to even think of correct correcting
ing correcting Frank Mayes, but he has Rebec Rebecca
ca Rebecca and Isaac mixed up with Rachel
While in a lunch room one day five-year-old
Beatrice ordered omelet, and
later her guardian was surprised to
see her eating the parsley, too. "Do
you like parsley?" "No," answered
Beatrice, "but I hate to see things
Helper "We're going to have a big
crowd here, and it'll be some job to
keep 'em moving." Manager "That'll
be easy. Take down that real- exit
sign, post up the word 'Free,' and
they '11 'all bolt for it." Judge.
Science in Popular Speech.
"Language was given for the con concealment
cealment concealment of thought," said the ready ready-made
made ready-made philosopher. "Yes," replied Miss
Cayenne. "Many an impropriety is
hidden by a scientific word of four or
To know whether your telephone
has rung while you are absent, place
a piece of carbon paper between the
bell and the clapper. When the bell
rings the clapper will make a mark-
Hidden Meaning Somewhere.
Visitor "My husband considered a
very long time before he proposed
to me. He was very careful." Host Hostess
ess Hostess "Ah, it is always those careful
people who get taken in!"
A great man is a woman's dream
incarnated. Only through' the poten potential
tial potential greatness of woman can appear
the militant greatness of man. Will
Home is a place where men can
swear and do other things that were
it anywhere else he would be. run in
for disturbing the peace. Florida
The Oft Told Tale.
It would not be kind to wish one's
friends untold agonies, but one cannot
help wishing that one only had to hear
their agonies told once.
Beside the Mark.
Excited remarks of opera managers
to the contrary notwithstanding, the
proof of an opera singer is in his or
Naming the Streets.
Under the head "Short Names for
Streets" a writer in the Dresden Volks Volks-blatt
blatt Volks-blatt says that sentiment, patriotism
and hero worship should play no part
in naming streets. "Rather," says the
reformer, "draw upon good sense and
remember that the hero or the scien scientist
tist scientist of today may be discredited tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. In America they have the proper
method. There the alphabet and nu numerals
merals numerals are popular as street designa designations.
tions. designations. The evidence of a former policy
Is represented in New York city by
honored names attached to unattrac unattractive
tive unattractive streets." As examples the writer
quotes "Baxter, Varick. Delancey and
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge, No. 286,.Benovelent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. jVisiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome.
Chas. W. Hunter, E. R.
Joseph Bell, Secretary. Ad.
Try a Star Want Ad. It PAYS
The relation existing between a bank and its customers should be reciprocal
each helping the other. This is the basis on which we seek the business in
Ocala and Marion County.
Our knowledge of business conditions in this section, our large resources,
our out-side connections and a strong directorate, enable us to give a banking
service to customers entirely fitted to their individual requirements.
Ttte Miiitroe & CltainMIss Bank
3LMUOX COUNTY DIRECTORY
Judge Circuit Court W. S. Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, Ocala.
District Attorney E. W. Davis,
Clerk Circuit Court P. H. Nugent,
Sheriff J. P. Galloway, Ooala.
Tax Collector W. L. Colbert,
Tax Assessor Alfred Ayer, Ocala.
Treasurer John M. Graham,
Surveyor W. A. Moorhead, Ocala.
Judge of Probate Wm. E. Smith,
County Commissioners C. Carmi Carmi-chael,
chael, Carmi-chael, Ocala; J. W. Davis. Summer Summer-field;
field; Summer-field; WT 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.
CITY OF OCALA
Mayor J. D. Robertson.
Recorder L. T. Izlar.
Assistant Recorder Joseph Bell.
Council B. A. Weathers, presi
dent; J. H. Taylor, president pro
tem; E. C. Bennett, Baxter Carn, J.
W. Hood, E. T. Helvenston, G. A.
Carmichael, F. G. B. Weihe, C. M.
City Attorney C. L. Sistrunk.
City Clerk H. C. Sistrunk.
Treasurer and Tax Collector W.
I City Engineer J. R. Moorhead.
i 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
ARRIVAL AJ DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS AT OCALA
The following schedule Is not paid
for, but Is printed for the information
of the public. The railroads are re requested
quested requested to send in corrections when whenever
ever whenever necessary.
SEABOARD AIR LINE
Southbound Arrive Leave
3 l:05p.m 1:25 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
The limited leaves -Jacksonville at
11:30 a. m. and arrives In Tampa at 6
p. m. It leaves Tampa at 1 p. m. and
j arrives In Jacksonville at 7:30 p. m. It
.stops only at Turkey Creek, Plant City,
jDade City, W'ldwood, Ocala. Starke
I ATT.AVTtP r-OACT T.IVP
Southbound Jax. and St. Petersburg
No. 9 10:35 p.m. 10:46 p.m.
No. 39 2:40 p.m. 2:42 p.m.
Southbound -Ocala and Laketand
No. 35 (Sunnyjim): 6:40 a.m.
Northbound -J ax. and St. Petersburg
No. -10 5:19 a.m 5:20 am.
No. 40 12:54 p.m. 1:14 p.m.
Northbound -Lakeland and Ocala
No. 32 (Sunnyjim).... Arrive 9:50 p.m.
Ocala and Homoaaaaa
Ireave No. 49 8:20 am.
Leave No. 47 2:25 p.m.
Arrive No. 44 12:50 p.m.
Arrive No. 48 5:00 p.m.
Lv. for Palatka.. 7:30 am. x:25 p.m.
Sunday trams 8:00 am. 1:25 p.m.
r. from Palatka 10:40 arc S:i0 p.m.
OPEN ALL NIGHT
The Merchant's Cafe Is a first class
place to take your meal3. Open night
and day. J. R. Dewey, proprie proprietor.
tor. proprietor. 2-28-tf
With Original Shells, as Fresh
as When Taken From
Raked 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 The
Crab Book, containing many PRACTICAL RECIPES.
Robin Hood Specials:
Ilobin Hood Apricots, 30c tins, for 23c
Robin Hood Pears, 30c tins, for. ... ;. 25c
Ilobin Hood Sweet Peas, 20c tins,.. .. 15c
!& Tea Potl
W. H. MARS
HEADQUARTERS FOR WIRE FENCE
We have Just received a carload of the Fa-mous SOUTHERN Wire
Fencing-, Staples and Hay Wire and are in position to make you tome
attractive prices on it. We are the only dealers in this section of the
country that handle this brand of fence and have demonstrated In the
past that it is absolutely the. best 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 orders. If the goods
don't make grood we will.
Try a Star Want Ad. It PAYS
Try a Star Want AL It PAYS
E. To Melwimstoe
Giver of Good Values
Giver of Good Values
THE OCALA EVEXIXG STAR, THUIISDAV, AUGUST 28, 1013
Mr. Farmer: If you want to make your farm a
success, keep your horses and stock healthy. This
will be easy to do if you have a good stable. You
will have a good stable if you buy the lumber to
build, or repair it, from us. If your stable leaks,
we've got the shingles for you. Everythingfor build building.
ing. building. Come and see us.
Woodmar Sand &
lamely CfiisIiccI Roclc
Plant and Office North Main St.
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.
J. W. AKIN
Phone 388 or 235 S. Osceola St. Ocala, Fla.
"NEW BUILDING." 1
Get mr prices on that new Bungalow. fJottace. Rfsidpnrp. nr
Store, OtJce Building or School
A Work Guaranteed.
JT. O. McCASKILL,
P. O. Box 836
"If I do it, it's
V We are eauiooed with the Latest. Larcrest. Rest Vnlranizinz
' O plant in Central Florida. Any sized tire handled at one time. $
- X All work Guaranteed to be First-Class X
Y Bring us your Casings and Tubes to be Vulcanized.
AVorn out tires and tubes bought.
I FISK and FIRESTONE TIRES
$ of all sizes and rims, always in
DA VIES, The
Thone 438. OCAIiA, FLORIDA Main St., near Postoffice, ?
Read our UNCLASSIFIED ADS. lor your wants
House. My prices are Right, my y
done Right." V
Adds Fertility to the Soil Yields i
Three to Four Crops of Hay Hay-Each
Each Hay-Each Year in the Corn Belt.;
EXCELS EVERY OTHER CROP I
The Introduction of Alfalfa as a Gen General
eral General Farm Crop in the United States
Will Revolutionize Agriculture
Means More Live Stock, Better
Soil and Larger Returns From
the Crops That Follow.
By PROF. P. G. HOLDEN, Director
Agricultural Extension Department
International Harvester Co. of New
Alfalfa Should be Grown
on Every Farm
1. It is a profitable crop.
2. Increases farm values.
3. Excels every other crop
In yield per acre
f In feeding value
As a drouth resister
As a soil enricher.
4. No harder to grow than clover.
5. Make a beginning start now
grow some alfalfa.
Repeated experiments made by the
agricultural colleges, and the results
obtained by the actual growers of al alfalfa
falfa alfalfa In the semi-arid sections of the
west, throughout the corn belt states,
and in the south and east, are conclu conclusive
sive conclusive evidence of the great value of
There are few farmers whose profits
would not be increased greatly by rais raising
ing raising alfalfa. Every farmer should aim
to produce, as far as possible, his
foodstuffs upon his own farm.
During the last few years, the area
devoted to alfalfa has greatly in increased
creased increased in the region west of the Mis Missouri
souri Missouri river, and it is certain that
there will be an equally rapid in increase
crease increase throughout the eastern and
southern parts of the United States.
Many of the attempts in the past
to grow alfalfa in the humid regions
have failed, but with our present
knowledge of the requirements of the
crop there will be little, if any, more
trouble in securing a stand.
Alfalfa will soon be grown abun abundantly
dantly abundantly and profitably upon every farm.
It is no more di'iicult to grow than
clover and gives double the yield. The
deep rooting habit of alfalfa enables
it to resist drouth when clover, tim timothy,
othy, timothy, blue grass and other forage
grasses die for want of moisture. Al Alfalfa
falfa Alfalfa roots grow deep into the soil
far beyond the roots of other plants.
Its drouth resisting power is of no
greater importance than its great
value as a soil enricher. The long
roots bring phosphorus, potash and
other plant foods from below and
store them in the upper soil for the
use of other plants. Experiments show
greatly increased yields of other crops
grown upon alfalfa sod.
Alfalfa is rich in protein the most
essential element in feed to make
bone, blood and muscle in growing ani animals.
mals. animals. Why We Need Alfalfa.
There is no combination of feeds
so economical for the production of
beef, pork, mutton, butter and egg3,
as corn and alfalfa. Neither will give
the best results alone. We need alfal alfalfa
fa alfalfa because it balances up the corn
ration and saves the large waste of
starch which always takes place
where corn is fed alone. We need
alfalfa because we can by means of it
grow on our own farms the protein
more profitably than we can buy it in
feed stuffs. We need alfalfa because
it feeds the soil and enables us to
grow larger crops of corn and oats.
We need alfalfa because it produces
on an average double .the feed value
per acre of clover or any other forage
Advisable to Inoculate.
In regions where alfalfa has net
been grown it is found to be neces necessary
sary necessary to inoculate the ground by sow sowing
ing sowing three or four bags of soil secured
from a field where alfalfa or sweet
clover has been grown for a
number of years; or where it
is more convenient, artificial cul culture,
ture, culture, such as "nitragin, "fanno "fanno-germ,"
germ," "fanno-germ," etc, may be applied. Where
alfalfa has not been grown before it
may make the difference between suc success
cess success and failure.
A well prepared, firm, solid seed
bed, plenty of good barnyard manure,
and fallow to kill the weeds, are most
important. Lime? Yes, one to two
loads per acre, and by all means in inoculate.
oculate. inoculate. Ground too wet for corn is
not suited for alfalfa.
Make a Beginning Start Now.
Every farmer should try at least
a small piece of alfalfa and if he
does not succeed at first, try
again and keep on trying until he does
succeed. It is worth the while. If
the work is thoroughly done and at
the proper time, you will most cer certainly
tainly certainly succeed in securing a good
stand; if the work Is half done and
out of season, you will just as cer certainly
tainly certainly fall. Make a beginning start
WHEN SUN'S RAYS ARE HOT
Embroidered Hat of Linen on Piqus
the Most Appropriate That a
Child Can Wear.
There is nothing more becoming
to the flower-like face of a child than
the embroidered hat of linen or pique.
At this season the clever mother is
making the summer clothes for her
little pecple. There are many pretty
frocks and hats which are purchasa purchasable
ble purchasable at the needlework departments al already
ready already stamped in attractive designs.
These can be embroidered in a sur surprisingly
prisingly surprisingly short space of time if a not
too elaborate design is selected.
Pad the flower petals and leaves
with darning cotton, running the
stitches lengthwise. Cover this, using
mercerized cotton of a medium weight,
placing the stitches at right angles
with the padding.
The edge of the hat is usually scal scalloped
loped scalloped and buttonhole stitched, but if
preferred, an edging of cambric em embroidery,
broidery, embroidery, Irish crochet or cluny lace
can be used. These dainty sun hats
consist of two sections, the brim and
tam-o'-shanter crown, which buttons
to the brim.
This makes it an easy matter to
launder the hats, since they lie per perfectly
fectly perfectly flat when detached from the
A prettier effect is produced if the
hat is lined with a colored linen,
which shows through the eyelets. The
lining is cut the same size as the top
and the two are buttonhole-stitched
together at the outside and bound to together
gether together at the head size. i
Embroidery is the daintiest and
most serviceable way of decorating
these'small hats, and for children the
floppy brims are a most attractive
protection from the sun. j
FOR THE GRADUATION DRESS
All-White Seems Always the Most
Appropriate, Though Colors May
Be Worn If Class Desires.
Apart from the traditions which
clothe maidenhood in white, the sym symbol
bol symbol of purity and grace, there is a deli delicate,
cate, delicate, girlish charm in all-white which
makes it more fitting than colors.
Sheer white washable fabrics are
more dainty and appropriate for a
graduation dress than silk, satin or
net. Often the question of the ma material
terial material to be worn is decided by vote,
as the general effect is much better
when the entire class is gowned in
the same material, even though the
designs and trimmings may vary.
There is a fancy at present for go going
ing going gloveless at indoor functions re requiring
quiring requiring a short-sleeved gown. It is
a pretty as well as economical fash fashion,
ion, fashion, and one which, may be followed at
graduation exercises as wrell as other
It is not necessary to wear white
slippers and stockings at graduation.
Black are quite as appropriate and as
much worn as white, but white is al always"
ways" always" more dainty.
FLOWERS FASTENED TO FAN
Distinctly New Place Found for the
Bunch of "Futurist" Blossoms Just
Now in Such Favor.
A new place has been found for the
distinctive bunch of futurist flowers.
They have been used at the corsage,
on the hat, at the belt and on the
neck ruff. Behold them now fastened
pertly to net, lace or ivory fan. They
are effective, too, the gaudy, stiff flow flowers,
ers, flowers, against the dainty white fan.
They are generally caught about the
stems to the outside stick of the fan,
and one of the flowers is fastened se securely
curely securely in place farther along the stick.
Arranged in this manner they do not
interfere with the opening and shut shutting
ting shutting of the fan.
The woman who can use a paint
brush can make a futurist fan of a
different sort by decorating a net or
lace fan with spots and blotches of
brilliant color, cerise, orange, purple
and bright green, in oil paints. Such
a fan, further trimmed with a bunch
Df flowers emphasizing the colors al already
ready already used, is worth possessing.
"Were all meuiclnes as meritor meritor-iousas
iousas meritor-iousas Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy the world
would be much better off and the
percentage of suffering greatly de decreased,"
creased," decreased," writes Lindsay Scott, of
Temple, Ind. For sale by all deal dealers.
ers. dealers. Adv.
Notice is hereby given that, the co copartnership
partnership copartnership heretofore existing be between
tween between William M. Gober and S. T.
Sistrunk has been dissolved by
mutual consent, such dissolution to
become effective September 1, 1913.
William M. Gober.
S. T. Sistrunk.
One of the most common ailments
that hard working people are afflict afflicted
ed afflicted with is lame back. Apply Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Liniment twice a day and
massage the parts thoroughly at each
application, and you will get quick
relief. For sale by all dealers. Adv.
SUIT CASKS AXI VALISES
I have half a carload of first class
and medium grade suit cases and
hand bags in all of the latest styles,
sizes and finishes that will be in the
store and on display in a few days.
Wait for them. The prices will be
right. J. Malever, the Globe. S-23-tf
Try a Star Want Ad. It PAYS
Fishels is Ocal's most reliable store, we are told al almost
most almost everyday. Now that's a big compliment and
one for which we feel profoundly grateful. Way back
yonder in 1886, years ago, Michael Fishel, had this
one ideal in mind, to make Fishel's store Ocala's
most reliable store. For these many years it has
borne this reputation. A reputation its management
and every employee has ever striven to safeguard.
The foundation on which it is builded is.
Service, Quality, Value,
Our store is undergoing vast improvements in every
respect. We are remodeling the interior of our large
store in order that we may better display -our mer merchandise,
chandise, merchandise, and thus be ready for a banner year.
Things must be what they seem or they have no
space in our stock.
It is ever our desire to give SERVICE that satis satisfies,
fies, satisfies, QUALITY the very best and 100 PER CENT.
VALUE in every item purchased.
Let us say just here that we feel proud of many
customers, whether you live in Ocala or not. We
would have you bear in mind that the latch to our
store is not only on the outside, but the door is al always
ways always wide open to you and your friends.
Watch Our Store,
Watch Our Window
. Fishel & Son
Good farming implements mean big profits for
the Farmer, because they save in labor more than
they cost in money.
When you need implements for the farm at
threshing time, or anv, other time, come to us, re remembering
membering remembering that ours is the "Square Deal" store.
fflartoi iariware Co,
Phone 118, Ocala, Fla.
I ocaia Ocala
To a Person Who Prides I
Himself on His Appearance f
Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen J
is a necessity. To supply that ne-
cessitv is Out Rrtsinp:: x
Steam Laundry ?.
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, AUGUST 2S, 1913
OTrnrwvvvvvvv and LaG range sistrunk. chap-
?. Mieroned by Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Sis-
ik, left for Lake Bryant at 1
"clock to enjoy a fish supper at the
OGALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS IE
(If you have any item3 for this department call phone 10 6)
! about midni
party will return
Pleasant Surprise Parly
the interesting game played, end the
A delightful summer party for the evening v.a delightfully spent. The
younger crowd was given last eve-'young hostess served light refresh-
for her ments very daintily. The
j Mrs. W. B. Anderson of Lakeland,
!on her way home from a visit to
Brevard. X. C, stopped in Ocala last
nlng by Mrs. Annie M. Perry
bright young daughter. Miss Sidney
Perry and her attractive guest. Miss
Memie Davis. Mrs. Perry planned
the jolly affair so that it would come
as a complete surprise to the hon hon-orees,
orees, hon-orees, and so well were her plan3 ex executed
ecuted executed that they knew nothing of the
pleasure in store for them until 8
o'clock, when twenty friends arrived,
accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. B. F.
Condon, they having assembled at
Misses Sidney and Meme entered
into the spirit of the revelry imme immediately
diately immediately and enjoyed with the others
the moving pictures at the Temple.
Returning home an unique guessing
contest proved very exciting, and
Miss Davis wo nthe prize, a pretty
framed picture. A fruit salad course
wa3 served by Mrs. Perry, assisted
by Misses Florrie Condon and Annie
Those present were Misses Xellie
Liddon, Katherine Strunk, Gladys
Osborne, Ellen Stripling, Ruth Ley,
Edith Livingston of St. Petersburg,
Agnes Burford, Lois Livingston,
Lillian Smith, Emma Perry, Messrs.
Willie Merfert, Robert White, Robert
Blalock, Richard Dewey, Harry
Stme, George Xewsom, Morris Os Osborne,
borne, Osborne, Curtis and Edwin Conner,
Hansel Leavengood and E. C Smith,
Mr. bam Mathews of the Commer-
ciai liank, is 'convalescing from a
siege of fever
Miss Maggie Lytle came up from
Stanton today to visit Miss Ophelia
iSawtell for a few days.
Cards have been received here
from Mr. Sam Teague in Xew York
City. He is combining business with
pleasure while in the metropolis.
Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Rogers of
Lynne were guests for yesterday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon of the former's parents, Col.
and Mrs. R. F. Rogers at their home
on X. Main street.
Mrs. C. S. Cullen and five inter interesting
esting interesting children are home from Lake
Weir, where they have been visiting
for a week with Mrs. Cullen's par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Pasteur.
Mrs. P. W. Lyons will return to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow to her home in Tampa,
after a ten days' visit delightfully
spent with Mrs. S. R. Pyles. Mrs.
Lyons was once a resident of the
county and she has been kept busy
renewing old acquaintances.
r.ight to see
her sister, Mrs. J. R.
Miss Juanita Lytle, after a pleas
ant visit to the Misses Pyles, left to
day for her home at Stanton.
SHAKEN' FROM HER SADDLE
were Misses Grace and 'Ruth Houli Houlihan,
han, Houlihan, Louise Wetherell, Eleanor
Crom, Mary Macfarlane, Messrs. Es-j
ton Crowder, Robert Xelson, How-1
ard Macfarlane and Jean Taylor. j
TnmT.a Trihnno i
Miss Crosby until a few years agoj31Ns Jesie wiNon, Daughter of the
resided with her parents, Mr. and j . ,
vr t t-- -, I President, Narrowly Esoapotl
Mrs. J. Crosby, in this city. Miss' 1
Taylor attends Randolph-Macon Col-! Serious Injury
lege, Lynchburg, Va., and is wellj White River Junction, Vt., Aug.
known here by several girls who at-j 2S. Dr. Charles W. Worthen of
tend the same school, and Miss Crom j White River Junction, on his way to
is the accomplished young daughter visit a patient at Plainfield, X. H.,
of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Crom, former' late yesterday afternoon, came upon
this city, but
1 ll H'ln IT o 4M- f l ,-v-i ri AT.. ( f ri rr I
has improved a gnfipt deal during his
in time for him to report at his pox hn
uuty in meanroe cc vnaT)iiss a
Bank.-M tf nufa m o r n i ngN aj
Mr. and Mrs. Faunce McCully of
Jacksonville are announcing the ar arrival
rival arrival of a son bora-Sinday at their
home. Mrs. McOullyZ-yas formerly
Miss Addie Cappljeldest daugh-
of Mr. and Mrs. fjappleman, who
lixe four miles eastiof town
now of; a young woman lying unconscious
beside the road. It proved to be
Miss Jessie Wilson, daughter of
Pleasant Afternoon for Young People Pi esident Wilson. She had been
Kendrick, Aug. 27. Mrs. W. B. thrown from her horse.
Livingston entertained a party ofj Francis B. Sayre, her fiance had
young ceoDle this afternoon in honor been riding a little ahead and
of her daughter, Lillian's eleventh nothing of the accident until the
birthday. The out of town guests : riderless horse passed him. Dr.
were the Misses Marie and Marjorie Worthen applied restoratives and af af-Burnette,
Burnette, af-Burnette, of Ocala, also her grand- jter about half an hour she regained
mother, Mrs. McClarean, of Reddick. consciousness. She was taken to a
The young people spent a very house nearby and word telephoned
pleasant afternoon with music and to the Cornish home of President
games. Croquet, flinch and various Wilson. At Harlakenden, the presi presi-other
other presi-other games were enjoyed, and Miss dent's summer home, it was said last
Marjorie Burnett rendered .several night that Miss Wilson had receiv receiv-violin
violin receiv-violin solos accompanied on the ed no serious injury, apparently
piano by her. sister, Marie and the from the fall, though she was still
numbers were greatly enjoyed by all suffering from contusions.
The home -vas beautifully decorat-i McIXTOSII
1 with vines and flowers and at the!
close of the afternoon Mrs. Living:- Mcintosh. Aug. 28. Mr. Paul D.
ston invited the young people to theateman and family bid their many
dining room where delicious cream friends farewell on Wednesday for
and cakes were served. joklawaha, where Mr. Bateman with
Miss Lillian was remembered with j Mr. D. H. Kirkland will run a large
many beautiful gifts and the young j truck farm, expecting to plant about
people departed all expressing them-; forty acres of fall beans, but their
selves as having had a most delight-; main crop will be Irish potatoes,
ful time and wishing Miss Lillian j This farm is situated on the Oklawa Oklawa-many
many Oklawa-many happy returnes of the day. jha river muck land recently drained
j by the canal of the Oklawaha Fiver
Dr. J. E. Chastf, who is now hav-;Farm Co., of which Mr. Kirkland is
ing a pleasant vacation with his fam-'an extensive share holder.
ily at Montedale, Va.," is expected
h 0K E$V
ev shipment just in.
See Them in Our Window.
home about Sept.
Mr. Lorenzo Cullum arrived from
Batesburg, S. C. this afternoon and
is the guest of friends.
m m m
.miss uecue lJowns, who spent a!
week most delightfully with Mrs.
Xathan Mayo, returned home last
The friends of Miss Rosebud Rob Robinson
inson Robinson will regret to learn that she is
on the sick list.
"-n 1 :
.Miss .Mary Burfofd is in Kissim Kissim-mee
mee Kissim-mee for a brief visit with Mrs. Gay
Livingston, while Mr. Livingston is
away on business.
Miss Ethel Crosby entertained a
few friends informally last evening
at her home on DeLeon street, in
honor of her
nice Lyle of
Mrs. Grover Spencer of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, will arrive tomorrow to be the
guest for several weeks of her sis-
Mrs. J. Marcus Luckie, at her
ne on .. luscawilla street.
Rev. Bunyan Stephens and family
urned today from their vacation
Kentucky and Georgia. They had
pleasant time, but are glad to be
home again. Everybody is glad
the popular preacher and his
wife and their handsome I
Messrs. Jim Rentz and Frederick
Hocker, who intended leaving today
for Daytona Beach, in the former's
car, nave deterred their trip tor ai
Among the recent arrivals in town
this week were Miss Mayme Thomas,
who is home from Palatka for a
week; Mrs. W. E. and Miss Lelia Al Allen,
len, Allen, from Cocoa, where they were
the guests of Mrs. Travis.
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Walkup and
son and Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Dedman
arrived Wednesday from a trip to
Green Springs, Tampa and St. Pe Petersburg,
tersburg, Petersburg, r
Mr. and Mrs. M. X. Gist left on
Wednesday for Green Springs, ex expecting
pecting expecting to be away about two weeks.
Mr. Gist arrived home a week ago
from a business trip throughTVir throughTVir-ginia
ginia throughTVir-ginia and part of Maryland.
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Willis of Ev Ev-iuston
iuston Ev-iuston and Mr. Willis' "sister, Miss
Hemphill arrived from Xicholsville,
Ky., on Tuesday and are at Mr.and
Mrs. W. R. Brown's.
I In view of the heavy erop of or or-janges,
janges, or-janges, work on the two new packing
'houses is being pushed. The one on
jthe Arredonda grove, one-naif mile
; south of town, is nearly completed.
the roof having been put on this
week, while the framing is being put
in place for Mr. J. K. Christian's,
near the depot.
Mr. J. S. Xeal has had a deep well
drilled at his home. The well iw
knew Z T
All of the above are non-tarnishing and give no j:
trouble in keeping polished.
THE HOUSE OF QUALITY
house guest. Miss Ber Ber-Bartow.
Bartow. Ber-Bartow. Rummy was
just opened up iqy
Xorth Main street.
share of the
car owners in Ocala and surrounding
territory. The repair department
la nrona rorl tn rln nil IHnrls nf n nYrw X''
mobile repairing on short
repairing on snort notice
Xone but first-class workmen em employed,
ployed, employed, and therefore, I am in q-
sition to guarantee every jod mat
leaves the place.. Rates will be fo4jnd
reasonable as high-class workman
ship and good material can be fuf-
GIVE ME A TIUAL
T. C. Luckie
"Building formerly occupied by Ideal
sixty-eight feet deep and is the pure.
or until essential parts!lul,8lucut,ul,s u" U1 "aicI- Ml-
for the car which were broken u iurner oE icanopy drilled
jthe well. Mr. Turner has somewhat
;of a marvel well machine. It is
with two engines a 2-hp.
to do the drilling, and a
Mrs. T. K. Slaughter of Levon is j equipped
planning to leave shortly for Guth- stationery
rie, Ky., to visit her parents. She
mi i ; i i r x
win ue accouipaiiieu uv iifi ihui
young children, Alice Xewton and T.
K.. Jr. En route home they will be.
jcined by Dr. Slaughter, and to
1 20-hp. engine from a model F Buick
for motive power. The latest
invention of this section is an
the first approach of a cloud
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rheinauer
returned todayfrom their summer
outing. Theywentd4riectly to Mayo
Brothers, Rochester, Minn., for the
benefit of the former's health and
since leaving Ihere have been visi
Ing severalMlaces. The pastfew
day have been spent on beautiful
Lake M InnetBuka-nn;
ihalf of Mcintosh makes a start for
with spinners. The
catch for several hours' fish-
nnnnHj 1 n n rl pH hv f r
M. Cameron and Mr. E. J. Turner.
Camping seems to have taken the
ire seekers. This time it is. the
P. U.. which is scheduled for a
's trip cn Lochloosa Lake, com
r. j;. chace
Rooms 9, 10, 11, Holder Block
I,. F. BLALOCK
Office Over Commercial
M. C. IZLATt
Office Law Library Building
, Office Over Nash Dry Goods Store
Attorney at Law
Office Second Floor Munroe and I
Chambliss Bank Building
Florida's AMD-Florida's Largest and Best Year
The Hotel you take your Mother, Wife or Sister to
Home Hotel of f lie State
European Plan S1.59 Per Day and Upward
Thos. M. Wilson,
A. M. Wilson.
ASS'T. MGR. PROP. AND MGR.
R. C. MUNCASTER
BURGLARY. EMPLOYEES LIABILITY
Ocala House Block
leave tonisht fofe a visit
former home in Mississippi
Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Scott
turned froiwa vitit Lj their son,
Laurie Scott and faiflily in Birmin
ham, Ala., and
pnlIcntlon for Tax Deed Under
Section S of ( haptf r 4SSS,
Lann of Florida
Notice is hereby iven that Hubert
L. Shearer, purchaser of tax certifi certificate
cate certificate ;Xo. 367, date! the F.th day of
JuiMf. A. D. 1911, has filed said cer
tificate in my office, and has made ap-
ifuication for tax deed to issue in ac ac-have
have ac-have re-!eordance with law. Said certificate
emoraces ine loiiawin; uescnoeu
i.-ituated in Marion county. Florida.
wit: w1. of nw'4
ec b tp !" s r ji
and Rw1 ol
e 8 acres.
hve joined their said land bein.sr assessed at the date of
,r. at, onithe issuance of such certificate in the
Scott and Tajlor come un
for bujiiaesfi. "'
Misses Alice Bullock, Virginia Sis Sis-trunk,
trunk, Sis-trunk, Annie Atkinson and Messrs.
O. B. Howse, A. J. Beck, V. B. Gal-
name of r?. R. Stevenson. Unless said
Weir. ; certificate shall be redeemed according
to law, tax deed will issue thereon the
""lTlb day of !eptei;lrr. A. I. 1013
Witness mv official signature and
eal this the 16th day of August. A. D.
1013. Seal P. H. XI GKXT.
Clerk Circuit Court Marion County,
Florida. S-16-Sat dly
K. of P. meet Monday night.
To All Whom It May Concern: mrrmrrm-TZ
Notice is hereby given that I,, the;
undersigned, will, on October 1st, rTTTT nKT
1913, or as soon thereafter as pos-i iTjL SL I1
sible, appear before W. S. Bullock, yr a.sfer
Judge of the Circuit Court in and j
for Marrion County, Florida, by pe-
tition, to legalize the adoption by me
of a nameless male infant about fourj
months old. Lloyd A. Tucker. j
W. K. Zewadski, Attorney S-27-Sat ;
AND FIKEl'HOOF STORAGE
COLLIER BROS.. Proprietors.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
The Ocala Lodge Xo. 699, Loyal,
Order of Moose, meets each Thursday j
evening at 8 o'clock in the Moose j
building. Visiting brothers are in-j
vited to attend our meetings. j
. Geo. F. Mershon, Dictator.
E. L. Stapp, Secretary.
Teams lor Light
and Heavy Hauling.
Superior to Plaste
or Ceiling in
Quality or Price.
Read our UNCLASSIFIED ADS. for your wants
THE OCALA EVENING STAR. THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 1913
We Press Your Clothes
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If he has, then
his typewriter is
rThe CombmatW Coiunm' Selc
labor saving idea in typewriting.
It saves 10 to 20 per cent, of the time 'and labor "accbrSing "to 'the
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FLOWER PLACE CARDS
PRETTY SUGGESTIONS FOR TEA
OR GARDEN PARTY.
intail Little Trouble or Expense and
Give Just That Distinctive Feature j
So Appealing to the Modern i
During the flowery summer months
the hostess delights to plan lunch luncheons,
eons, luncheons, dinners and teas for. her visiting
guests. The garden offers material
for decorations cr a fitting background
for a tea or. garden party.
The decorative value of the basket
has been recognized for many ages,
and you cannot select a more artistic
centerpiece than a basket, woven of
Japanese willow or plaited rushes,
filled with roses, lilacs, daisies, carna-!
tions, gladiolus, nasturtiums, sweet J
peas, phlox or larkspur. The brown
of the willow harmonizes so beauti beautifully
fully beautifully with the blossoms, and if a bow
of ribbon is tied to the handle of the
basket the centerpiece is perfect.
One of the attractive features of a
luncheon or dinner is the place cards,
and theee can be made at home with
very little trouble or expense entailed.
At an artist's supplies shop purchase
a large sheet of water-color paper of
a not too coarse grain, a box of water water-color
color water-color paints, a camel's-hair brush and
a piece of carbon paper. Charming
designs for basket place cards are giv given
en given here, and when you have selected
the one which appeals to you most
follow these directions:
Between the drawing and the water water-color
color water-color paper place the carbon paper
and carefully follow each outline of
the design with a sharply pointed pen pencil.
cil. pencil. The drawing will be reproduced
on the water-color paper, ready for
The rectangular basket filled with
clusters of hydrangeas is effective if
tinted yellow, green or brown. Color
the flowers pink or pale lavender and
the foliage a soft green.
Especially pretty is the hat-shaped
basket filled with wild roses. This is
improved by cutting out the design
after it has been tinted and pasting a
strip of cardboard to the back, which
acts as a support.
Paint the basket brown, green or
yellow, the roses pale pink, with yel yellow
low yellow centers, and the foliage green.
Never purchase place cards when
you have these attractive designs at
your disposal! You will be agreeably
surprised to find how easily and quick quickly
ly quickly they are made and how very artis artistic
tic artistic are when completed.
Idea for Work Bag.
The woman who is ever looking for
oddities in work bags will be pleased
with one carried recently by a woman
who had just come from Paris.
The bag, of generous proportions,
was made from violet flowered ribbon,
violet chiffon velvet and gilt galloon.
Two oval embroidery hoops were
used for handles and covered with the
galloon. To ,the lower end of each
was sewed the upper edge of the bag,
which was gathered to an oval paste pasteboard
board pasteboard bottom, covered with Cowered
The bag part was made with sides
of the ribbon and ends of velvet, the
Joining of materials covered with
lengthwise strips of galloon. The ends
were split in the middle for an inch
or two, where they joined the handles,
to give a larger opening.
Blue Bird Pin.
Since Maeterlinck so appropriately
used the blue bird as a symbol of good
luck, representing the soul of happi happiness,
ness, happiness, it has made a permanent niche
for itself In the hearts of the multi multitude,
tude, multitude, and it is only quite fitting that
this year should see a revival of the
"blue bird" pins.
These pins come in three sizes, cuff
pins, brooches and bar pins, and are
:x ft i
PARASOLS TO SUIT THE HAT
Season's Styles Especially Designed
Y.'itn a view to Millinery Just Now
Most Popular. j
J Shertrooke, Quebec, Aug. 2S.
Parasols are made this year to ac- Ui ,. T1 .
, Tl ,. J 'Harry K. Thaw won three victories
commodate the modish small hat on J ,
, trn f ... , , . .over the New ork state authorities
the top of the head, and the big shade
hat which will not be discarded. The ;Iast E1ht and is aow in the Sher Sher-steep
steep Sher-steep sided parasol illustrated is hard- j Brooke jail, immune for the time be be-ly
ly be-ly larger than the hat the large par- Jing from the Canadian immigration
ascl is meant to shade. i authorities, after having received an
The little parasol of black and i ovation from the townspeople of
white stripes is especially suitable "to Uherbrooke that would have done
carry with the street frock. Blackand ; ,
white parasols can be carried with
white, black and white or any color
The big parasol with blunt tip is
suggestive of the paper sunshade of
Japan. The square, light handle and
the rese fastened smartly on the edge
of the parasol are interesting fea features.
tures. features. This sort of sunshade will be car carried
ried carried a great deal at the seashore. It
gives protection, which the smaller
parasols do not give, to the hatless
ODDITY IN NEW SUNSHADE
Long Handles of Velvet Give Distinc Distinctive
tive Distinctive Appearance to the Parasols
Introduced From France.
One of the oddities in the new
French sunshades is that they have
handles of velvet. These are exceed exceedingly
ingly exceedingly long, after the manner of those
used in the Directorie days, and there therefore
fore therefore the velvet is quite conspicuous. It
is in a different color from the para parasol
sol parasol itself. Vivid colors are omitted,
but black and white is used a great
The sunshade itself is not small; on
the contrary it is quite large, for j
these accessories are evidently intend- j
ed ; to really keep the sun from the
head; although the majority of women
mental staff than anything else. y
Already the picturesque women
who arrive at a full knowledge of their
physical possibilities and limitations
and who, therefore, dress with individ individuality,
uality, individuality, are securing the longest han handled
dled handled parasols and using them as a
means of posturing a la Tosca you
remember the way all the Toscas of
the stage have stood with two fin fingers
gers fingers resting on the knob of a long
ivory staff twined with roses.
TELEGRAPHS FOR PLACE CARDS
Idea That Has Found Favor With
Those Who Desire Novelty at
Some interesting place cards are
little telegrams. The envelope is
white, printed in blue, and the words
on the envelope speak of good cheer
and friendliness. The telegram inside
the envelope has more to say regard regarding
ing regarding friendliness and hospitality. The
name of the guest, naturally, is to be
written on the outside of the envelope.
Two dozen of these telegrams, in a
box, are sold for 75 cents. Little let letters
ters letters are also sold for place cards.
The 'envelopes have a slip of trans transparent
parent transparent paper through the center, like
the envelopes used by some business
firms, and the name, written on a card
within the envelopes shows through
the transparent paper. A riddle print printed
ed printed on the card also shows through the
paper, and the answer to the riddle is
printed at the top of the card, to be
read when it is taken from the en envelope.
velope. envelope. In the upper left hand top of
the envelope are the words "Return
often to this house," and the stamp
is formed of the words, "Eat, drink
and .be merry." printed In red.
The new cotton dresses, trimmed
with vividly tinted embroidery, are
The best stocking is always plain,
of a good quality of lisle or silk and
in an unpretentious color.
The lace neck ruffle, standing up upright
right upright at the back and falling softly
way from the neck at the front, is a
favored fashion in neckwear.
A new idea on many suits is to
btod the upper half of the buttonhole
with a band of one color and the
lower with another harmonizing color.
A pretty hat is covered with white
crepe and trimmed with white picot
edged ribbon. The front is finished
with a small bunch of colored flowers.
The new colors in tailored suits are
Chinese blue, Bulgarian green, wood
brown, light and dark grays, terra cot cot-ta
ta cot-ta rose brick and other tones of red-
Silk Stockings Again.
One can prolong the life of silk
hose many times. Sew a piece of soft
silk on the Inside of both toe and heel.
Soft Japanese wash silk Is good. Darn
it In around the edge. Also sew a
piece of the silk at the top where
the garters fasten.
offered thaw an ovatiox
Mnt KxiKTt to Receive
Much tf Harry's Cash
I'oints Which Thaw Won
New York state was denied the
right to be party to the proceedings
J Counsel for New York state failed
iin their efforts to have Thaw ar
raigned rerore a magistrate ana tne
commitment on which he is held
Judge Globeuski granted the plea
of Thaw's counsel for a discontin-
j uance of the writ of habeas corpus.
I Jerome and other New York of officials
ficials officials seem discouraged and have
Of Application for Tax Deed Under
Section M of Chapter 4SS,
Law of Florida
Notice is hereby given that D. B.
Mathews, purchaser of tax certificate
No. 130, dated the 3rd day of June, A.
D. 1907. has filed said certificate in my
office, and has made application for tax
1eei to i?ue in accordance with law.
Said certificate embraces the following
described property situated in Marion
countv, Florida, to-wit: NeU of swU
of sec 24, tp 13 s. r 20 e. The said land
beinsr assessed at the date of the is issuance
suance issuance of such certificate in the name
of Susan Williams. Unless said certi certificate
ficate certificate shall be redeemed according1 to
law, tax deed will is-?ue thereon the
26th day of August. A. D. 1913.
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 2-th day of July. A. D.
1913. (Seal) P. H. NUGENT,
Clerk Circu't Court Marion County.
Notice is hereby given that I, the
undersigned commissioner, under and
bv virtue of an order, made and enter entered
ed entered on the Sth day of August, 1913, by
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 of
the estate of A. L. Barber, deccsed,
for an order to sell certain lands be belonging
longing 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 day 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 8lh dav of Ausrust. 1913.
G. C. McCLURE,
S-9-dly 5t sat Commissioner.
Odd Fllow3 meet Tuesday night.
It's the Principle
Most any kind of a man
can open a drug store,
but it takes a good one
to run it. Doing busi business
ness business at one place for ten
years means careful
work and satisfied cus customers.
tomers. customers. It means, that
our business has been
run to please our pat patrons.
rons. patrons. v It would be im impossible
possible impossible to build such a
business as ours if the
principle back of the bus business
iness business was not the right
principle. When you
deal at our store we
because we know our
principles are right.
Deal here and you are
always safe and satisfied.
The Court Pharmacy
The Drugstore on the Square
Lost, Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Needs
FOR SALE CHEAP About 500
feet wrought iron fence. Fine con condition.
dition. condition. J. F. Jenkins & Co. 8 26 3t
WANTED TO BUY Rubber tired
buggy in good condition. J. F. Jen Jenkins
kins Jenkins & Co. 8-2 6-3 1
FOR SALE Two choice corner
lots, east Oklawaha avenue. Big bar bargain.
gain. bargain. Apply at Star office. 8 2 8-tf
FOR SALE White oak hall tree
and hat rack; has mirror, umbrella
rack, etc. Cheap for cash. Apply
iitar office. 8-2S-12t
GUAVAS FOR SALE A lot of
fine quality guavas for sale at $1
per crate of six baskets. Address, R.
L. Lytle, Weirsdale, Fla. S-27-Gt
LUMBER FOR SALE A lot of
lumber may be had at reasonable
prices by applying at Anthony Farms
sawmill, Anthony, Fla. S-23-9t
FOR SALE Pot ferns and begoii begoii-ia
ia begoii-ia plants for sale. Apply to Mrs. J.
H. McClymonds, Lime St., city. 23-6t
FOR SALE 1913 4 hp. Indian
motorcycle. Cheap for cash. H. S.
FOR RENT The Thomas cottage
on cornor of Orange avenue and
South Fourth street. Apply at 310
S. Main street. A. M. Bobbitt.8-2-tf
STRAYED. One Jersey cow and
one yearling heifer from Weirs Weirsdale
dale Weirsdale range, August 21. Both have
leather halters, are gentle and fat.
Reward for information or return to
S-2S-ltd ltw Rev. J. A. Logan.
FOR SALE I have for sale, at
less than its value, a splendid resi residence
dence residence on one of the most beautiful
streets in the city. See me before
it is sold. S. S. Savage, Jr. 8-21-6L
FOR SALE OR RENT Six room
house, front, side and back porch.
Good soft water, lot 100x200 feet.
Stable. At 320 X. Alverez street.
Apply to T. C. Thomas, at post post-office
office post-office 8-21-6t
FOR SALE A brand new visible
typewriter, one roll top desk and
chair, two well drilling machines,
one horse and new set of horness.
Terms if desired. Address, C. T.
Hodges at Waterman's store, Ocala,
A good 12-acre farm Vz miles
from courthouse, with all farming
implements. Will either rent it or
work it on shares. Only experienced
truck farmers need apply. J. B.,
Star office. 8-18-6t
FOR SALE 1913 motorcycles and
motor boats at bargain prices, all
makes, brand new machines, on easy
monthly payment plan. Get our
proposition before buying or you will
jregret it, also bargains in used
j motorcycles. Write us today. En-
close stamp for reply. Address, Lock
Box 11, Trenton, Mich. 7-18-tf
Send for Catalogue
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j Pil-j lard's Chicken Feeds; Mandy Lee
'and Buckeye Incubators and handle
1 all kinds of Poultry Remedies and
Supplies. OUR SEEDS ARE THE
BEST. WALTON' SEED COMPANY,
38 E. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
Try a Star Want Ad. It PAYS
1HE OCA LA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 1913
in Every Home
Comfort and Safety Assured Before
the Arrived of the Stork.
STRAW AND VELVET
A Novel by
Albert Payson Terhuna
William a de Mille's Play
cf the same name
CopTrfRbt 1912. Tb Bobtw-Werrill Co.. by fpcUJ
The Hour of Reckoning.
"Mark Robertson and his wife, left
Alone, together, in the other end of
the- great library, faced the situation
lor which Grace had so long been pre preparing
paring preparing and for which her frightened
years of preparation had proved so
He knew. That was all. And no
word of hers could gloss over or make
"bearable the truth. Wherefore she
epoke no word, but stood looking at
him; taking in every detail of the
stout figure and the strong common commonplace
place commonplace face as though she wished to
carry with her forever their memory.
Mark strove for speech. But for the
first time in his roughly aggressive ca career,
reer, career, suitable words were denied him.
Alternately he longed to tell her in
naked terms what she was and how
utterly he despised her. Again, a
gush of self-pity urged him to reproach
her for the wrecking of his ideals, the
blasting of his happiness. Vanity
coming part way to his aid, he framed
and left unspoken a curt sentence
of farewell. And, in the end, all he
could say was:
"Why didn't you tell mer
It was not what he had intended to
ay. It was banal. It expressed none
of the stark moods that seethed in
him. Yet as she did not answer, he
found himself asking once more:
"Why didn't you tell me?"
And now, unknown and unwished
for, there crept into his bald question
a note that was almost of entreaty.
And at the sound, the dumb devil that
had locked Grace's lips departed.
"Tell you?" she echoed. "Oh, if you
knew how I've wanted to!
"I didn't dare. I didn't dare."
'"Truth and honor surely
"Your love meant more to me than
truth and honor. I sacrificed them to
ieep it. I would sacrifice them and
everything else to get it back. Is
that shameless? Perhaps. The truth
usually is. If I had told you, you
Haven't I Paid? Won't You Say
would never have forgiven me. You
know you wouldn't. If I've wronged
"If you had loved me as a true wom woman
an woman loves, you would have told me.
You would haVe had to. You could not
have deceived me like this. Love
doesn't feed on lies. It was my right
to know everything, so that I could
decide my own course. Instead, you
have led me into this trap. There is
no escape now. And it is too late to
reproach you. or to try to make you
realize what you have done. You say
your love for me kept you from tell telling?
ing? telling? Believe that, if it is any com comfort
fort comfort to you. I
"You say I don't know what true
love is," she laughed bitterly. I'm
afraid I can never learn it from you.
So your love has died? Love can't
die, any more than God can die, You
have never loved me."
"Never. I see now that you didn't.
For you don't know what love means.
I lived for you. Every thought and
word and act of mine was shaped for
you. And for you alone. I knew you.
I knew your faults, ycur follies, your
brute savagery. And I loved you for
them as well as for the good that was
in you. But what was it you loved?
The woman you married or a snow snow-white
white snow-white saintly reputation? If you cared
only for the reputation that is gone
forever. But if you loved me the
woman I am then I've been every everything
thing everything you thought I was and wanted
me to be ever since the first moment
you had the right to think of me at all.
I gave you my life, from that time on
and forever. And it has been all yours.
.Before then, it was mine."
"And yet you let me believe it was
5 sTit "Jt C ICS
The old ysrlsg what is hone without
a mother should add "Mother's Friend.
In thousands of American homes there
a bottle of this splendid and famous rem remedy
edy remedy that has aided many a woman throcgh
the trying ordeal, saved nr from suffering
and pain, kept her in health of mind aEd
tody in advance of baby's coming and had
a cirst wonderful influence In developing a
hcrlthy, lovely deposition in the child.
Thore is no other remedy so trniy a hf !p
to nature as Mother's Friend. It relieves
the pain and discomfort caa"j by the
strain tc the lignments, makes pliant those
fibres and muscles v.hifh nature is expand expanding1
ing1 expanding1 and soothes the Inflammation of breast
Mother's Friend is sn external remedy,
aets qikkfy and n'.t --s!y banii!.r s,a!2 dis distress
tress distress in advanc b it asi-':res a speedy anJ
complete rer-,,ve-y f r t!:-? mother. Th's
she becomes a healtby Rouian with all her
Ftrenth preserved to tboro!:rhly enjy the
rear!:.? of ber child. Mother's Friend can
be had at any drug store at $1.00 a bottle,
end is raMy one of the greatest blessing
ever .licovered for expectant mothers.
Write to Bradfleld Regulator Co.. 123
Lamar HMg., Atlanta. for their free
bocU. Write to-day. It is most Instructive.
everything your wnole liie your
"It was. All that was worth the
giving. All that had ever been worth
the giving. It was my self. Oh, can't
you see that a woman's body and
heart and soul belong not to her first
lover but to her first love? No woman
can even guess what love is until she
ha3 found it. And I found it only
when I knew you. I gave you every everything.
thing. everything. "I'm trying to make it easy. We've
never had a real quarrel, j-ou and I,
Mark. So don't let us wind up our
married life with one, now. You are
in the right. I am hopelessly in the
wrong. I have cheated you. I admit
it, and 111 accept the consequences. It
Is in the blood. There is much In
heredity. My father Is a politician.
I don't know who my grandfather was.
And if he had been worth knowing
about, I'd know. There is a bad strain
running through the family. It cropped
out in me. Yes, I have cheated you.
You had the right to demand in our
bargain the hard-and-fast terms the
world has decreed: All of a wife's life
in exchange for a frayed and battered
remnant of her husband's. I can't
meet those terms, though I tried to
fool you into believing I could. So I
must meekly give up the love whose
price I can't pay. Don't let's make it
harder by having a scene over it.
Good night. Ill stay with father until
you can decide just what you want to
do and on what basis we're to sepa separate.
rate. separate. If it would do any good to ask
your forgiveness I'd ask it. That's
all. Good night, Mark."
She held out her hand with a shy
wistfulnese. He was staring straight
into her tortured eyes and did not see
the gesture. The hand dropped back
limply to her side, and she moved to
But at the first step, Mark barred
her way. She looked at him in tired
wonder. His face was set and hard.
He made no move to touch her. His
voice, when he sppke, grated like a
file, as he forced it between his un unwilling
willing unwilling lips.
1 "Grace." he began, "I've told you my
love Is dead. And I lied when I said
it.4 I planned to put you out of my
life. And, even while I planned, I
knew I couldn't do it It doesn't mat matter
ter matter what I want to do or what I ought
to do. Out of all this hideous tangle,
blazes forth just one thing that I must
do whether I want to or not. I must
go on loving you with all my strength
"Do you mean," she panted wildly,
"do you mean that you can that you
"I mean," he cried brokenly, his self self-control
control self-control smashing to atoms under the
hammer blows of his heart, "I mean
there Is nothing in all this world for
me, dear love, away from you! I love
you. And I can't go on without you.
You are earth and heaven and hell to
me. I love you. And I have forgotten
everything but that. Girl of my heart,
will you let me make you forget, too?
Oh, I love you! I love you!"
FOR BABY'S BELONGINGS
A clever way to mark a pillow or
towel. The design could be enlarged
for the pillow.
Peart Buttons Now in Style.
Pearl buttons on patent leather
shoes are considered smart just now.
Liaud concert Friday evening.
, W Alt
jfe' i. -f
Black straw is used for this oblong oblong-shaped
shaped oblong-shaped hat, which is trimmed with a
band and bow of cherry ribbon velvet
and a small bunch of flowers.
Hold Their Shape.
To make a strong button hole in
lace, baste a strip of lawn firmly un under
der under the lace, then cut the buttonhole
and work as usual. When the work
is finished cut away the lawn close
to the stitche3 and you have a firm
and perfect buttonhole, says Gooc
The large eyelets in French em embroidery
broidery embroidery are often hard to make
When they are worked first in out outline
line outline stitch, as one would a stem. ac3
then cut out and embroidered they
hold their shape much better.
$100 HE WARD, $100
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to team that there is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to care in all its stages,
and that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is the only positive cure now now-known
known now-known to the medical fraternity.
Catarrh being a constitutional dis disease,
ease, disease, requires a constitutional treat treatment.
ment. treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken
internally, acting directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system, thereby destroying the foun foundation
dation foundation of the fisease, and giving the
patient strength by building up the
constitution and assisting nature in
doing its work. The proprietors have
so much faith in its curative powers
that they offer one hundred dollars
tor any case that it fails to cure.
Send for list of testimonials. Address
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. Sold
by all druggists, 73c. Take Hall's
Family Pils for constipation.
New Fuel for Autos.
Rhodesia is distilling alcohol from
cornstalks and UBing it for fuel in au automobiles
tomobiles automobiles and other internal combus combustion
tion combustion motors.
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,
and takes pleasure in recommending
it. For sale by all dealers. Adv.
An Aviator Saved Life.
At Berek-sur-Mer, near Boulogne,
France, a few days ago, an invalid
went for a drive in a little donkey
cart, which stuck fast on the seashore
and began to sink, just as the tide was
coming in. His plight was seen by
an aviator, who succeeded in attract attracting
ing attracting the attention of a fisherman, who
rescued the invalid.
MOTHERS! MA VK TOUR CH1LU
Are they feverish, restless, ner nervous,
vous, nervous, irritable, dizzy or constipated?
Do they continually pick their nose
or grind their teeth? Have they
cramping pains, irregular and raven ravenous
ous ravenous appetite. These are all signs of
worms. Worms not only cause your
child suffering, but stunt its mind
and growth. Give "Kickapoo Worm
Killer" at once. It kills and removes
the worms, improves your child's ap
petite, regulates stomach liver and
bowels. The symptoms disappear and
your child is made happy and heal,
thy, as nature intended. Sold by
Tydings & Co., Kickapoo Indian
.Medicine Co., Philadelphia, Pa., St
Louis, Mo. Adv
"Pleased to Meet You."
The Americans have a polite habit,
on being presented to a new acquaint acquaintance,
ance, acquaintance, of uttering the words, "Pleased
to meet you," although upon what the
pleasure can rest, or how they know
that it is a pleasure, or why an ordi ordinary
nary ordinary Incident which is not the fulfill fulfillment
ment fulfillment of any anticipation, and uhich
may turn out to be very disagreeable,
should be pronounced at sight to be
pleasant. I have never been able to
understand. Saturday Review.
A vast amount of ill health is due
to impaired digestion. When the
stomach fail3 to perform its functions
properly the whole system becomes
deranged. A few doses of Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Tablets is all you need. They
will strengthen your digestion, invig invigorate
orate invigorate your liver, and regulate your
bowels, entirely doing away with that
miserable feeling due to faulty diges digestion.
tion. digestion. Try it. Many others have .been
permanently, cured why cot you
For sale by all dealers. Adv.
' Moose meet this evening.
We announce a new innovation for Ocala. Some Something
thing Something that has been immensely popular in the cities,
and as Ocala is now a city, we must follow suit. As
usual, the Bazaar is the pioneer in the move, some something
thing something good and new for our customers.
Here is the latest
Commencing next Saturday, August 30th, at 6:30
o'clock in the evening and till closing time, the Bazaar
will hold these After Supper Sales, when the busy house
wife, or the working woman without time in the day daytime
time daytime to spare, can come to this popular store, and
make their purchases.
Saturday and Monday Evenings
Will be the Sale Times of each week till further notice.
On these evenings we will have great counters filled
with Special Bargains, something different each even evening,
ing, evening, goods plainly marked, and marked down Lower
than you have ever seen first class goods sold, merchandise-that
we have gotten jobs in and can afford to give
our customers the benefit of.
The Sales will go through the differnt departments of the store in their tarn aad otter
the public staple goods at these AFTER SUPPER SALES. Remember the dale ol toe first
Sale SATURDAY, AUGUST 30lh, the next MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 1st,
and every Saturday and Monday thereafter.
BEAK W 'MXD THAT THE BAZAAR IS FILLED TO THE CFILIIVG WITH NEW GOODS AT LOW
PRICES FOR YOUR EVERY DAY INSFECTEC:;.
ThwwQht They Were Natural.
Tommy "You're a coward. My
brother made faces at you yesterday,
an' you didn't durst to flght him. You
pretended you didn't know he was
makin faces." Eddie "I didn't, nei neither.
ther. neither. I thought they was natural, like
Suffered Kczeina 30 Years Now Well
Seems a long time to endure the
awful burning, itching, smarting,
skin disease known as "tetter" an another
other another name for eczema. Seems good
to realize also that Dr. Hobson's Ec Eczema
zema Eczema Ointment has proven a perfect
cure. Mrs. D. L. Kenny writes: "I can
not sufficiently express my thanks for
your Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment.
It has cured my tetter, which has
troubled me for over fifty years."
Sold by Tydings & Co., Pfeifer
Chemical Co., St. Louis, Mo., Phila Philadelphia,
delphia, Philadelphia, Pa. Adv
Camel Travels 90 Miles a Day.
A came) with an average load will
rravel 25 miles a day, and when unin unin-jumbered
jumbered unin-jumbered it will reach 90 miles a day
A TEXAS WONDER
The Texas Wonder cures kidney
and bladder troubles, dissolves grav gravel,
el, gravel, cures diabetes, weak and lame
backs, rheumatism, and all irregular irregularities
ities irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in
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..
St. Louis, Mo. Sold by druggists. Ad
CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday in every month at
1:30 p. m. C. B. Connor, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
New York surgeons have restored
a Juvenile offender to normal boyhood
St;art tbe lnife and spoil the child'
"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
P. GADSON, Proprietor
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Loage No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. D. W. Tompkins, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. R. S. Ad
The odor of stale perspiration
about the body can be gotten rid of
by using a little of Darby's Prophy Prophylactic
lactic Prophylactic Fluid in the bath tub. It pur purifies
ifies purifies the skin thoroughly and lends a
refreshing influence to the bath.
Price, large bottle, 50 cents. Sold
by all druggists. Adv.
Seeks to Reserve Land for Cattle.
German- discourages the cutting of
peat, as the government desires to
convert the moors and bogs into
arable lands through proper drainage.
This action is taken because of the
scarcity of cattle and meat
THE BEST PAIN KILLER
Bucklin's Arnica Salve when ap applied
plied applied to a cut, bruise sprain or scald
or other injury of the skin will Im Immediately
mediately Immediately remove all pain. E. E.
Chameberlain of Clinton, Me., says:
"It robs cuts and other Injuries of
their terrors. 4.s a healing remedy
its equal don't exist." Will do good
for you. Only 25 cents at Tydings &
Would Aid Sericulture.
The judicious payment of bounties
for fresh cocoons and spinning, and,
above all, instruction in practical seri sericulture
culture sericulture in elementary schools, as well
as agricultural colleges, are today rec recommended
ommended recommended as the most efficacious
means of combating the decline of se sericulture
riculture sericulture in France.
Minister Praises This laxative
Rev. H. Stubeenvol of Allison, la.,
in praising Dr. King's New Life Pills
for constipation, writes:" Dr. Kings
New Life Pills are such perfect pills
no home should be without them.'
N"o better regulator for the liver and
bovls. Every pill guaranteed. Price
25 cents at Tyding3 & Co. Adv
A woman left her baby In Its car carriage
riage carriage at the door of a department
store. A policeman found It there, ap apparently
parently apparently abandoned. As he parsed
down tie street, a gamin yelled:
"What's- tL k:d dcr:?" Collier's.
Of First Meeting of Creditors
In the District Court of the United
States, for the Southern District
In the Matter of Herman G. Miller,
Bankrupt In Bankruptcy.
To the creditors or Herman G.
Miller, in the county of Citrus, and
district aforesaid, a bankrupt.
Notice is hereby given that on the
7th day of August, A. D. 1913, the
said Herman G. Miller was duly
adjudicated bankrupt; and that the
first meeting of his creditors will be
helJ at my office in Ocala, Fla., on
the 2nd day of September, A. D.
1913, at 9 o'clock in the forenoon, at
which time the said creditors may
attend, prove their claims, appoint a
trustee, examine the bankrupt, and
transact such other business as ma
properly come before the meeting.
G. C. McClure,
Referee in Bankruptcy.
Ocala, Fla., Aug. 22, 1913. 8-25-lt
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 Judicial
cial Judicial circuit of Florida, in and for
Marion county, In. chancery, of date
August 12, 1913, In a certain cause
herein pending wherein Joseph Bell
is complainant and R. C. Muncaster
is defendant, the undersigned as re receiver
ceiver receiver in the said cause, will on
Monday, the first day of September,
A. I). 1013
during 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 parties
complainant and defendant, iately
doing business a3 Muncaster & Bell,
consisting chiefly of one Underwood
typewriter, one iron safe, one wall
desk, etc., as well as all of the ac accounts
counts accounts and notes due to and held by
the said Muncaster & Bell.
S-14-3t C. E. Connor,
As Receiver of Muncaster & Bell
Said by a Cynic.
To talk really well to a woman, on
has to bo Id love with another -- -.fobs