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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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English
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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VOL. 20.

11 OF THE FIGHTERS

ac;ai.st hueeta's regime of assassination" are pleased j
WITH WILSON'S MESSAGE

T BE
And Strict Neutrality Will Work to
that End Constitutionalists Will
(live Americans Tlieir Best Care.
Eagle Pass, Texas, Aug. 30.
General satisfaction with President
ilson s .Mexican message is ex
pressed in a statem
Jesus Carranza, ac;
constitutionalists, at their provis-i
ional capital, Piedras Xegras, in the
absence of hi3 brother, General Car-.;
ranza, who is fighting in Torrecn.

USURPER

OUT

ever that war would continue be- ca 1 For fourteen years he was Spanish -vimehs stand in place bf his dauzh-
cau,4 Huei ta would be unable to j wail fIne and the rad3 sood until he consul-general in Xew York. His ter. White-haired, clean-shaven,
comply with "American suggestions. ;st.ruck Brooksville. and from thatjlaHt service was in Canada. During '; kindly-faced, he testified that Cami Cami-Ile
Ile Cami-Ile asserted that Huerta would have TTlty south the trip was not pleasant. his traveIs for hU government he. netti, charged with violating the
: P ?fllii that tnpv nrnvA thrmio'h thj

to be "driven from the country'
fore peace would be restored.
"On the whole, the message
te
nf
the president and the stand he take
ognition by the United States, Hu
erta has no credit and his adminis administration
tration administration must fall, in a short time.
There is no other possible outcome.
"With regard to holding the lead leaders
ers leaders on both sides responsible for
damage to the persons and property
of foreigners, we have from the be beginning
ginning beginning of the revolution tried to do
this and we shall continue to do so.
If,-t by accident or the necessity of
war, there should be any violation
of the decree of the first chief (Gov.
Carranza) with regard to this niat-
rter, we shall do everything in our
power to piinish those responsible
and indemnify those suffering loss-
s."
FAITHFUL TO HIS FRIEND
Few Men Can Equal the Devotion of
Rabbi Marx to Ieo Frank
Atlanta, Aug. 30. Rabbi David
Marx, close personal friend of Leo
Frank, who has stood by the convict-
' ed young man with a devotion which
has been the -admiration of even
those who thought Frank guilty, was
one of ithe most surprised at the ver verdict.
dict. verdict. Dr. Marx had been granted
a leave of absence by his congrega congregation
tion congregation and had been intending to take
a trip to Europe. When Frank was
arrested Dr. Marx gladly gave up the
idea of a vacation and not a day has
passed that he has not been with
the unfortunate young man. When
he learned the verdict Monday he
said:
"I am stunned. I cannot believe'
it. I know he is innocent I know
vhe is incapable of such a crime. My
aith in. Leo Frank has not dimin-

with regard to our country is satis-!"""' " ""m 3 ;the smoke ana contusion resulting ; hitman" was an honorable suitor j iliss Sarah ak-ed permission- to
factory to constitutionalists;- the v nt t0 e 'v ork for a visit. the fire effectually cut him off ; for his daughter's hand. Committee until the late;si)end the nightg befQre tfae hearing
statement declared, "but the princi- and he w" accompanied to Pinellas trom eECape. j autumn because of the pressure ofJwilh Mfs Godbee Permissioa w
. county by Herbert Blanton of c , . T. , iti ipvix iv pncimiva business in Congress and represent .
pal point, the best thing for Mex- The fire was kindled when I riarte LELIEES IN IL LtiARIANs 1 1 granted.
4 v , Clearwater. ... . , , i tations that Judge Speer s health
ico, is his continued refusal to rec- I" a cigar which he intended to woro hp tn Mrs. Godbee has been given a
ognize Huerta. Without such rec- .w oke before going to bed. The. American General Says They Were 1 f .f"! 1 rge cell that resembles more a bed

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vished. I ask .that the public suspend

final judgment until an appeal forjgirlhood She Ieaves two brothers

a new trial is made.
ATLANTIC FLEET WILL
CROSS THE OCEAN
Washington .Aug. 30 Only nine
battleships of the Atlantic fleet will
make the Mediterranean cruise plan planned
ned planned for this fall, and they will not
be accompanied by the torpedo flo flotilla
tilla flotilla as the original program pro proposed.
posed. proposed. Secretary Daniels announces
it had been determined that it would
be incurring unnecessary risk to
have the destroyers make a return
trip across the Atlantic in mid-winter.
It had been Intend d to send a
larger number of battleships on the
cruise, but four of them are being
kept in Mexican waters and four
others are held in readiness to re relieve
lieve relieve them at stated intervals.
Secretary Daniels said the fall
rntsp to the Mediterranean would

K inaugurate a policy of periodically
giving the navy's enlisted men a for

eign cruise for education and recre recreation.
ation. recreation. Rexall disappearing
skin cre?m is
a non-oily preparation!
for making!
the skin soft asd beautiful. Gerig'sj

drug stores.

i! NORTHERN HEXIG

AUTOISTS PASSED THRU OCA LA
Pleasant Trip of North Carolina Man,
from Hendeixmville to I
St. Petersburg i
St. Petersburg, Aug
2q With :
his automobile covered with sands
ianl looking like it had taken a long

n trii'' but every part in. good condi-
ment by General L T n T , T. ?
.... 'ticn, John P. Lynch reached St. Pe-
ting head ot the! ......

tersburg yesterday from Henderson-
t villa, X.
C. after having made the
run through the "country,
tcok just a week, as many
or
StOpd at
i.,.flrfl:)in, i,Baa i
....v.....-, i.icc. iwaac aiu.ia
. "" "v
Ipine woods, without passing through
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i i. vv u till i;:ni p t i i in v r n
the only sign or life being at
NOT MICH INJURED
Tre in end' his Rig Ship Steams
Europe Today
Xew York, Aug. 3o. The
for
fire I
aboard the steamship Imperator did
not make the vessel unseaworthy,
notwithstanding the fact that the
jfiames raged for more than five
liujio in me iiiuv isiuu I uuui 01 llie
after-hold. Xo vital part of the great
vessel was injured and she will sail
on regular schedule time today.
MRS. MAYME LOENECKER
Sunday morning, Aug. 2 4, Mrs.
Mayme Loenecker passed away at
the home of Dr. Irvin in
Crystal
River, where she had gone for treat-
ment
"Miss Mayme," as she was loving lovingly
ly lovingly called by her many friends, was a
woman of warm heart and sympa sympathetic
thetic sympathetic nature and her deaith brings
a sense of personal loss to many out outside
side outside the circle of her relatives and
friends.
Her maiden name was Mayme Mc Mc-Aleer;
Aleer; Mc-Aleer; she was born in Georgia,
near bavannan. seven years agoi
she was marri
rried to George Loeneck
y two weeks ago preced
er, who only

ed his wife to the great rtty of :the:berg third, 30 laps behind.
dead. j
Mrs. Loenecker lived with her m
uncle, Rev. E. A. Harrison, then of j

Lecanto, the earlier part of her life,'"
At t It o orirlv ac-o nf fmirtoon c ha ho- i

gan teaching in the public schools
and labored in this capacity until
after her marriage.
t She was a consistent member of
the Methodist church, South from
besides many relatives and hos-is of
friends to moun her loss.
By her request a repetition of the
funeral services conducted just two
weeks previous over the remains of
her husband was conducted by Rev.
j. t. Mitchell in the Methodic
church at Crystal River. The samej
songs were sung, the same sad rites j
performed, the same sorrowing
friends gathered a -strange, sad co coincidence,
incidence, coincidence, which-made a deep and
lasting impression on the hearts of
all assembled. ?
Alter the services at the church
the Woodmen Circle of the Homos-
sassa and Crystal River Grove took
full charge. The deceased had been
a member or this "organization as
well as her husbarfd a member of
the W. O. W. A beautiful and im impressive
pressive impressive service was held at the
cemetery, and she i(jras laid to rest
with fullest honors Of the organiza-
0 ft:
tion. Inverness Chronicle.
Can't Help Wondering.
Parisian fashion leaders of the gen gentler
tler gentler sex have taken up the fad of
tinting their complexions to match the
hues of their dresses. .. We just can't
help wondering how the lady with a
plaid dress is going to meet the exi-
gency. Youngstown Telegram.

4)CALA, FLORIDA. SATURDAY. AUGUST 30, 1913

ST1NGUISHED FOBEiCNERS

hipolito uriarte and his win: lost their lives ix a
NEW YORK HOTEL

Spanish Consul to New York Was a
faithful and
Xev York, Aug. 30. Thousands
of curios gathered in many lands ;
an J stacked high in the apartments!
of Hipolito Uriarte, for fifty years a'.
Spanish consul, fed a fire kindled in
lighting a cigar last night and block- i
ied the way of the aged diplomat and
his wife to safety. Uriarte was
found dead, leaning i
.
sill.- His wife, Mar
across a window
e Louise, mis-
took a window leading
to an air
shaft for one o.)fninr rn a
lire es-

The tripjeape and plunged for four stories to

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her death.

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L riarte was eighty-two years old.
naj accuinuiaieu souvenirs ana
'als of evcry country in which he had
i: ji t- t. ji
nve i. i ney crowuea eery rook
rmr! rrannv nf hi nunrrmpnti u n -1 in
laged couple had been up till a late
hour celebrating the home-coming of 1
their son,
Cuba.
Louis, an accountant in
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UTO II ACE AT ELGIN

; teresting by the fact that he was
Palma and His Mercer Took the'tottled U1 at Sofia' the capital of

De

, .Bulgaria, during the war of the Bal-
Ixad on the I irst Day
kan allies among themselves. Gen Gen-Elgin,
Elgin, Gen-Elgin, 111., Aug. 30. With the;eral Miles was nuctei when he left

roai OI
f his engine drowned by the
cheers or' thousands of
5;.f.idtois
joe uawspn, driving a ueitai car,
shot past the grandstand yesterday
morning and the annual 302-mile
race for the Chicagb Automobile
jClub trophy was on The blur of
'dust he left in his wake had not
cleared before the first of seven i.ur-
suing cars released? at intervals o!
-
half a minute wentfscooting by. The
order of their appearance follows:
Mercer Ralph be Palma.
Mason Ed Rickenbacher.
Mercer S. Wi$hart.
Mason Williai Chandler.
Xyberg-t-Harryj Edicott.
Mason R. K. iMuiford.
Mercer C. W Lutrell.
At the end of 201 miles the lead-
ing drivers and cars were:
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De Palma, Mercer. 19 minutes.
j45 seconds; I
j niinutes, 33 s
Dawson, Deltal, 1S4
econds; Endicott, Xy-
an I ou ooive
The Mystery
of Mary?
A pretty young woman
evidently fleeing from a fate
that terrorizes her seeks as-
sistance from a total stranger.
Qt .
SOOI1 passes OUt Oi hlS
t aCTain Knr tht mhnrr J
a few hours ripens into love.
He institutes a search for her
which is Successful Hist in
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time to Save her from a band
Qf conspirators.
The Mystery
of Mary
IS the title of OUT new Serial, and if
you enjoy clever and entertaining
fiction don't fail to read it
FIRST INSTALLMENT
WILL APPEAR MONDAY

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MET A FIER? DEATH
Veteran Diplomat of Many Years
Skillful Service
DEPTH OF DEPRAVITY
Was Reached by Caminetti in Hi
Seduction of Marsha
Warrington
i San Francisco, Aug. 30. The
I'riie OI uie inai ot t Drew cami-j
netti came yesterday when
. j
T Wnrrif.Zf nil r.f Sapnmpntn fatr
W W J
or .Marsha u arrinsrton. tonk in?
lnea-j.viann wnue slave act, called tre-
quently at his house" for his daugh
.
ier, unaer tne name of
Whit-
rirni Tr rrinn-tnn
supposed
Not Guilty of Allege J
Atrocities
Xew York, Aug. 30. The return
of General Xelson A. Miles, retired,
jfrom his European trip was made in-
London for America as saying that

j ne beiievei that Bulgarians were notilittle north. We think we are en-

I guilty of atrocities, as alleged in
I war dispatches. It was because of
these reports that a committee rep-
resenting the peace movement was
recently appointed in Paris at the
instigation of Dr. Nicholas Murray
Butler, president of Columbia Col
lege, to investigate
the combatants.
the conduct of
CAMP OF THE GRAND
ARMY AT CHATTANOOGA
Preparations are about complete
for the Grand Armv of the Renub
lie's encampment next month at
Chattanooga. The men who wore
the blue will parade through the
same streets where the men who
wore the gray paraded several
months ago. The same people wil!
cheer who cheered Gen. Young and
his veterans and the tanje welcom
ing hand will be held ou. The vi
einity of Chattanooga was the scene
of both Confederate and" Union vic
tories during the
war jtetween
the
states. The South
ana
the
North
are both represented by scores
of
monuments to the soldiers who
t.
fought trere fifty years ago. The
whole South hopes thfrt the encamp encampment
ment encampment will be betterf than any the
Grand Army has ye( held. Savan Savannah
nah Savannah Xews.
I ) UNNELLof DOTS
(Advocte)
Mr. and Mrs. Hary Meadows and
children and F
W. jWilson and wife
of Anthony,
were .Visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Reee Lindsay several days last
R. L. Ellison waft in town several
hour? Monday on his way from Port
nglis to Anthony ito visit his par parents.
ents. parents. ;
Capt. J. O. Tucker of Ocala visit visited
ed visited his daugMers, Mrs. Harry Peter
and Mrs. B. F. Duke, this week. The
captain made a call at the Advocate
office and made quite an impression
upon us, and we hope he will repeat
his call whenever! he visits Dunnel-
Ion. f
Mrs. Thalgott and daughters have
j returned from St., Petersburg. While
there Minnie Thalgott had a very
narrow escape from being run over
bv an auto. She was alighting from
ia street car when the auto turned in
behind the. car. She was knocked
down but luckily escaped serious in injury.
jury. injury. The little baby she was car carrying
rying carrying was bruised but not seriously
injured.

GEORGIA 11

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MILS.
(;odhi:es imprisonment
AND SISTER
DETER1IIED TO OIE
Jacksonville Man Knocked Himself
Into the Ocean With a Pistol
Rullet
Jacksonville. Aug. 30. Franz Xe-
bel, a bookkeeper, create! a sensa-
ticn on the ocean pier of the At-;
sur-Kantic Beach hotel
last night by
..-?ci. .uUUo. c.. ..v
ana leaping into tne ocean
Ills body
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nas not ueen reeoverea. ne leaves a
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wire m Jacksonville but sne can give
no res sen for the act.
INVESTIGATION POSTPONED
UNTIL LATE AUTUMN
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Washington, Aug. 30. Investiga
tion of charges against Federal;
! T
udge Emory Speer, of iiacon, has1
year.
RUSHNKLIS XI-: W DEPOT
We are now assured that the long
promised new depot at Bushnell will;
be in course of construction in the :
next few days. The material has i
been ordered and work 'will' sc
commence. We understand it will.
be located near the present depot, a.
j title 1 to a passenger station separate
! from the frei-rht denot. and from

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j what we can learn do not think the;nuge locKs snat ner oc lrom ,rienas

I proposed depot will be just what.
T, ,i..t a rt ,,.
ijiiiiiieii iietfi f .- iii. iiiisl nu
thing will be an improvement on
'the present condition. Bushnell
Times.
HOOD-COLEMAN

On August 21st, at the residence sister pass the gloomy hours with with-of
of with-of Mr. and Mrs. David Coleman, lout showing signs of collapse that

' uncIe of the uriJe perhaps the pret-
! tiei home weddings ever witnessed

in Coleman, took place when MisS;Other members of the Godbee family

Frankie Coleman was led to the ( closely related to the accused wo wo-altar
altar wo-altar by Mr. John? Emory Hood of .man. they have made no statement,
Macon. Ga., Rev J. T: Coleman, but it is understood here that they
uncle of the bridl. officiating. Thejenjoye.l the novelty of being volun volun-bride
bride volun-bride is the popular eldest daughter teer lodgers in the county Bastile
of Mr. J. A. Coleman, and is loved immensely. Long after other pris-

!Ior ner no!Ji 'lupines oi neart. ne oners were asleep there was a light
iwas born an3 8 reared in Sumter; in Mrs'.. Gobee's cell room, and
county and we rfgre't to lose her, asjglrlis-h laughter rang through the
'her future home will be in Macon, ; building and resounded against the

where the groom is a prominent
business man. -Coleman
Bushnell Times.
i
item in
LEVY'S CROP IS LARGE
I. W. Fairclth has leased
grist mill from b. L. Jones and be beginning
ginning beginning next SaUirday will be ready
to serve the public. This will be a
great help to Bronson and the sur-
i
rounding country, the corn crop be-
of the best. Bronson Times-'
Democrat.
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W. 4.
CLAY
On August 2nd, death claimed
Mr. W. A. Clayf He was born at
Mt. Carmel, South Carolina, Aug.
15th, 1833, completing his 80 years
here. He was fa member of the
Presbyterian church. He served in
the Confederatej army during the
four years struggle. In 1881 he
moved to Florida, settling in Sum Sumter
ter Sumter county at Celter Hill. Since that
he has followed 1 the vocation of a
farmer. Center T ill Item in Bush-!
nell Times.
OCALA LODGE
ZE NO. 280, B. P. O
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Ocala Lodge, n!o. 28C, Benovelent(
and Protective Or3er of Elks, meets (
the second and fourth Tuesday even-;
Ings in each month. Visiting breth
ren always welconSe.
Chas. Wl Hunter, E. R.
Joseph Bell, Secretary. Ad.
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Try a Star Wnt Ad. It PAYS

NO. 80

THEMSELVES AT HOME III JAIL

shared isy
AT MILL EN
HER DAUGHTER
B.RIGHTENED UP THE BASTILE
With Feminine Devices to Hide and
Charm the Tedium of
Confinement
Millen, Ga., Aug. 30 Voluntarily
leaving their comfortable homes to
sleep in a jail. Miss Sarah Godbee,
daughter of Mrs. Edna Perkins God
Lee, who shot and killed her former
husbani, Judge Walter S. Godbee,
and fatally wounded his wife, Mrs.
Florence Borer Godbee, and Mrs. C.
J. Jiargeron of Augusta, her sister,
have slept in Mrs. Godbejj's cell in
the Jenkins county jail for the last
i three nights.
Relatives of Mrs. Godbee appar apparently
ently apparently were afraid she would give
j way under the nervous strain at
tendant cn her approaching trial.
sister arrived from Augusta a
few day aA. Soon after she and
room tnan a cell. Curtains have
been hung, a neat bed placed In it
and other comforts added by her
friends. There is little visible of the
'grim surroundings save tha iron
bars revealed when a gust of wind
blows the curtains back.
It is at .night when callers cease
to come for the day that she feels-.
her imprisonment most. A lover of
sports and the outdoors, she feels
the restraint more keenly than
would a person who had spent inort
of the time indoors. Then, too, the
ana tne worm at nigni wnen otner
1 in icj iiti a air ivjwAcu iu iiic uuuuvi
cages, daughter ana scngs or ne-
'gro I;risoners which enliven
Ihe
f- luuiuj ji UU11U5 iiic kacl j air;
hushed and a pall settles over the
building. ...
It was to help their mother and'
the daughter and sister decided to
spend the nights with her. Like
; walls of solid masonrv.
ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodge Xo 22, Independent
Order of Odd FelloVvs. meets every
Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock In
1
i
icnges iall. Fort K
S avenue. Vis
itors in the city InvIteH to te with us.
G. L. Taylor. X. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary. Adv.
CONCORDIA LOIX513 F. U. OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets in! Yonge's Hall
on the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L.f Taylor, F.M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary! Ad
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CHAPTER NO. IS. R. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter Xo. 13, R. tA. M., on the
fourth Friday in eijrecy month at
1:30 p. m. C. B. Connor, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
j Eastern Star Chapter 29, regular
meeting first Friday night each
j month at Yonge's Ifall. Visitors wel wel-'come.
'come. wel-'come. Florrie Condon, Sec'y.
Mrs. A. E. Burnett,
Worthy Matron.
Phone Xo. 496 is the one you
jwant to call The Murray Company.
They have stationery, office supplies,
cut glass and china of all kinds.
Adv. 8-28-3t



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THE OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY AUGUST 30, 1913

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OCALA OCCURRENCES l!

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William Dreher of Miranoiry
at the Ocala House lasi Slight.
1
was i
Mr. E. E. Ccnver.se hits returned
from his visit to Winter jtllaven
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Majsh of Bush
nell were at the Ocalaf House last
night.
1
Mr. W. H. Baker, of Jacksonville,
of the law firm of Baler & Baker.
wtts in town today on legal business.
Mr. Tom Barnes expects to leave
in a few days for a vfdt to hi3 sister,
Mrs. Stine, in Pennsylvania.
f
Mr. S. A. Rawls,
sick at his home in
who has been
Jacksonville for
two weeks, continued to improve
Mr. E. L. Stapn le
t this afternoon
for a business visit to
Tampa and
South Florida.
Mr. A. R. Griffirt. the Anthony
merchant, was amoag the Saturday
visitors in the cit
DR. W. K. LATIE Specialist, Eye
Ear, Nose and TIoat. Office Law
Library Building! Ocala. Adv.
10,000 riOLT PLANTS At
$1.50 per l), ready to plant; strict strictly
ly strictly cash. Heiitz, the Florist. 8-25-12t
Telephone
your want to the Court
Pharmacy, alid try their quick de delivery
livery delivery systenl 8-27
. 3
Rexall tooth pasta a perfect den
trifice, antiseptic ajxt deodorant; 25c. j
tubes, at Ueng s drag stores. 8-29
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Mr. G. B. TankerJley of Coleman,
who was ill so lon; in the Marion
County Hospital, wa$ in town today.
Mr. Tankersley is improving nicely.
Mr. J. D. McDonild, car account accountant
ant accountant of the Ocala Northern Railway,
left for Urbana, )hio, his former
home, today, to spid a month visit visiting
ing visiting relatives.
Numbered with the nVjw arrivals
at the Court Pharmacy are dainty
and attractive place cards, Congress
card, Tally cJrds and Tissue Paper
iu uiueieni auiors. s-i i.
m
Mr. M. L. Paine, the Fairfield
statesman, was iii
town yesterday.
He says Stockton
-bailiwick.
s a favorite in his
Those loosj-leaf memorandum
books at the Court Pharmacy are
just what I wlint. Please stop by
there for me fend get one for me
while you are I shopping. 8-27
I)s, w
State Auditor Amps, who has been
checking up accounts at the court courthouse,
house, courthouse, eft today f spend Sunday
at his lome in Tallihassee.
yo4ir-9circroTiaooks early. The
Murray Company k county agent
and can tell you tie books needed
for each grade. It vill save you the
rush of school opening and worry
that comes from frying to get the
list from the theachers and waiting
your turn at the
ore.
8 -2S-3t
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Mr. R. V. Hendricks, for several
years with Brown's big wholesale
grocery house, goesjj next week to
Tampa to take a position with the
firm of J. Q. Brantley.
Mrs. George Campjbell will reopen
her snug and homjielike boarding
house at the corner i of South Third
street and Orange avenue Monday.
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Mr. C. Stanaland, ne of Graham Graham-ville"sturdy
ville"sturdy Graham-ville"sturdy farmer!, was in town
today. He brought In a load of
largetfflcy watermelons, which he
sold in a hurry.
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.andMfs. j. D. tooney and ten
of the boy scouts ar yet at Lake
Weir, having decided? to stay there
oer Sunday.
Mr. G. R. 'Ellis, thf veteran fer fertilizer
tilizer fertilizer salesman of Gainesville, was
in town today, and sa's that if we
will all be good he wjll bring his
new granddaughter tosee us some sometime.
time. sometime. I
Mr. Louis F
Savarse, formerly
in business in
this citji now a resi
dent of Tampa, was inJtown yester yesterday
day yesterday and today. Mr. and Mrs. Sav Sav-arese
arese Sav-arese are well and prospering in
Tampa, and their Ocall friends are
always glad to see then.
At Thursday evening' meeting of
tne Moose, the following were added
to the membership ofl the lodge:
Messrs. J. P. Galloway,j.- F. Thomp Thompson,
son, Thompson, C. Carmichael, H.M. McCorkle,
It. E. McCorkle, R. fc. Muncaster,

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Chas. G. Woods. A. A
Langhorne.
S. Minshall.
W. W. Byles an J H.
Five other prominent citizens are
booked to ride the goat next Thurs Thursday
day Thursday night.
Marshal Brigance is swinging a
nobby
cane, the gift of a friend. He
has a neat way of pitching the crook
in the collar of a loafer and pulling
him out of the way of busy people
that is most intXiiing to see.
The county judge has
issued-'-al
marriage license tg J. M.
Williams
and Mi.s tOla Colons, to B. Frank
Willis, Jr and Miss Ruby Ander,
son. Ther latter couple is fromJstmi
tervcountx
There will be a ball game Monday
between the Ocalaf and Dunnellon
nines on the South Magnolia street
diamond. Both now have fairly good
teams and a good pme may be ex expected.
pected. expected. Mr. John McL. Tjhomas, who is at
present engaged oij the electrical
work in the new cojbrthouse at Bush Bush-nell,
nell, Bush-nell, came home his afternoon to
spend Sunday with-his family.
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The Temple haj a packed house
last night and thp show was good.
"The Governor's Double" was an ex extra
tra extra fine drama, and was watched
with the closest interest. Johnny
Bunny was on dpck, and there was
other fine attractions.
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last evening, an
crowd was out
The band playe
present had a
hours.
J an unusually large
to the band concert.
splendidly, and all
most enjoyable two
4-
Rexall toilet I cream, an excellent
toilet requisite,! a delicate cleanser
and beautifier.j At Gerig's Drug
stores. J S-29
Try BLO
KS GRAHAM
SANDWICH
20c
We carry ery complete stock of
Frank E. Blofk's Crackers and Cakes
in Bulk and pjackages. All 10c pack packages,
ages, packages, 3 for 25c; all 5c packages, 6
for 25c. a
There is non Better than BLOCK'S.
Carn-fhcTmas Co.
If you would Buy, Sell,
Lease or Exchange, see
me at the Couilhouse or
write for my bulletin of
summer bargains in
Choice Properties : :
J. H. BRINSON
OCALA, FLORIDA
.ANCHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
PLA3TS FURNISHED
ON APPLICATION
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OCALA, FLA.
Mclvcr i MacKay
y Funeral Directors
UIIDERTAKERsand EMBALMERS
Fine Caskets find Burial Robes.
D. D. McIVER knd C. V. ROBERTS
Funeral Directors
All Work Dole by Licensed Em
balmers antl Folly Guaranteed
IplONES:
D. E. McIVEjt 104
C. V. ROBERTS 305
Undertaking Office 47
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be spotless and nicely pressed.
Pressing and -cleAning is our
business. Call pxione twenty-
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CATHOLIC CHURCH SUX1J

icev. u. Lo:iojaccia invites trie un-
reju diced i-eople ofjOeala for Sun-
aa, August atp o clock a. m.,
to cor.e to St. Phillijj to hear a mes message
sage message i'rom the holy Father Fius X.
A message on
Jubilee.
thef
Lonstantoman
Mr. Frank W.
Seaboard limited
ditto left on the
tills
afternoon for
Jacksonville, where She was caJIei
by
wire on account o the serious ill
ness of his brotherjMr. Raiford Dit Ditto.
to. Ditto. The latter has J?een ill for near nearly
ly nearly eight weeks wih typhoid fever
and it is feared Chat he may not
withstand the present weakening
spell. ;
ISARGATV IN IIT
TLDING LOTS
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Two of the choicest corner lots in
the Seymour residential addition,
across the street fjrom Mr. McConn's
home; also a fin factory or ware warehouse
house warehouse site across he street, east,
from Teuton's stprp, North Magnolia
street, with A. C. J. railway on rear.
Will sell either or both at big bar bargain
gain bargain and easy payments. Apply at
Star office or to R R. Carroll, tf
SACRIFICE jSALE
Of
Five Hundred S. C. White Leg
horn Heqs
These hens must! bjf sold to make
room. Now in your tme to get some
good foundation stJck cheap and
breed up a good lotyof winter layers.
Apply for prices tojTvy Poultry Farm,
Ocala, Fla., FredjtfB. Burden, man manager.
ager. manager. 8-3Ef
AFTER SUPPER SALE
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Keep in mind that Frank Gadson's
After Supper Sale, at the Ocala Ba Bazaar,
zaar, Bazaar, will begin Saturday evening at
6:30 o'clock, andfwill be held there thereafter
after thereafter each Saturday and Monday ev evening
ening evening in the week.
NOTICE OF ELECTION
Notice is hereby givi to all per
sons that an election has been and is
hereby called for, arjl will be held
on j
Tuesday, the lGth tUy of September,
A. I1,A913,
in Marion Coifnty, State of
Florida, to decidff whether the sale
of intoxicating liquors, wines or beer
shall be prohibitd" in said County of
Marion, such election to eb held as
required by Arncle 19 of the Consti Constitution
tution Constitution of Floijda, and the laws of
said State.
Board of fcounty Commissioners,
Marion Connty, State of Florida.
y P. H. NUGENT,
Clerk of sad Board of County Com-
misiioners. laeaij.
WOODMEN OFITIIE "WORLD
Fort King CamplNo. 14 meets in
Yonge's Hall at 8 pi m. every second
Friday. Visiting sovereigns always
welcome. J. F. TBompson, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Crk. Ad
Next meeting Fridalj night, Sept. 12.
OPEN ALLlNIGHT
The Merchant's Cafe is a first class
place to take your qteals. Open night
and day. J. R. fDewey, proprie proprietor.
tor. proprietor. 2-28-tf
J. E. CHACE
Dental Surgeon
Rooms 9, 10, 11, Holder Block
Phone 450
OCALA, FLORIDA
Terms:
Cash.
L. F. BLALOCK
Dental
urgeon
Office Over Col
imercial Bank
Phonj
211
OCALA, FLORIDA
31. C. IZLAR
uentai surgeon
Office Law library Building
Phone 444
OCALA 'FLORIDA
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J. G. PURVIS f
Dental Surgeon
Office Over Nai Dry Goods Store
OCALAj FLORIDA
incrnn tttt t. 9
Attorney at Law
H-
Office Second Tloor Munroe and
Chambliss Bank Building
OCALA, FLORIDA

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Some o! 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,? 1
and $1.25 values. Sale price per
yard 84c
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. 21c
Striped Soisettes, good for shirts and
waists, real 25c value, now only
per yard; 15c
Brown Dress Linen (pure linen weft)
12Vfcc 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
best 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 yard 7VC
14 yards 36 inch Bleached Sheeting,
real 10c goods, soft finish, for
only $1
19 yards 3S inch Unbleached Sheet Sheeting,
ing, Sheeting, good grade, very soft for. .$1

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There Jare several patterns to select
from. I This is a very heavy grade
and ist worth fully $2.00 a yard.
We have cut several samples of
these goods so that you can com compare
pare compare the quality. GET A SAMPLE
FREEl
This i positively the best special
we have had, as your saving will
be the largest.
Limit 4 Yards to a Customer.
The sale on everything in the store
will riin all of next week. Don't
fail to attend as this is the greatest
,money saving event you have
ever attended.

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ARIS SOX SUPPORTERS, regular

price 25c, now

V. D. Underwear.regular price $1,
now 37c,

'HEADLIGHT PANTS, regular price
$1. now 79c

;OLUS" the newest
$1 kind, only.
fOc Balgriggan
only
jj.j-cent Balbriggan
1 only . .
13. & W. ?1.50 a
fonly
?J.OO and $1.25
S. & W. $1.50 and
V auu f i.4
only
E & W. Collars,
Jonlv
LiTge 5 c
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EMBROIDERIES
If the puplic only
knew the v41ues and
varieties of Enjbroideries
we are showing, we are
sure not a yaril of this
class of goods .would be
sold by another store in
this city. J
Without a doubt we
have the largest and
best line to be had in
this city. Our prices are
lower than everi as we
must reduce the stock.
This Sale Will be
on Every Day! from
now till Saturday,
Sept. 6th. I
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- inch all Linen
Men
J7c
in Union Suits,
81c
Underwear, now
39C
Underwear, now
19c
2 Shirts, now
$1.35
.ucu a 01111 La, uuvt
84c
several styles, now
10c

Handkerchiefs, now
3c

A few Household Needs
90 Inch Mosquito Canopy ready to
hang up, for only $1.25
30x60 inchs "Crex" Grass Rugs,
$1.25 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
regular 75c grade for 59c
50 inch Table Damask, several pat-'
terns, 29c values, at per yd. 19c
68 inch All-Linen Table Damask,
our regular 85c grade, at yd..59c
72 Inch Every Thread Linen Damask
worth. $1.75 at per yard... $1.1 9
Large Bleached Huck Towel, nice
for daily use, at only 8C
18x18 inch Mercerized Ready-Hemmed
Napkins, $1.25 value at per
, doz 84c
All Linen Huck Towels, 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 1 9c;
"Deliver the Goods."

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hanfiyoiir money novr.

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 irioney 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 Ibusiness. 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 Inlerlst on Savings Accounts

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DR. F. E. McCLAWE, M. D.
SPECIALIST IX CHltpXIC DISEASES
The Dr. McCIane Mejlical, Surgical and
Electrical institute
OCALA, FLORIDA.

PHONES Office, No. 333.

Office Suite 1 to 7, Holder Blok

MoClane's Residence, No. 407.

Southwest cor. Public Square.

Florida Rye ana 90 Day Seed Oats

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Florida RYE. We wei

and selected the nicest

county. If you expect t

you had better buy earl
they are very scarce ai

higher later.

3,000 bushels of the 90-day

londa, and 600 bushels of

through Madison county

fats and Rye grown in the

plant either Oats or Rye,

or arrange for them, as

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Call up Phaae 39D aaJ Let a? Give an Estimate on Your

PLUMBING
AND ELECTRICAL WORK
We Guarantee To Save Ymi Money on Any Work in Our Lines
Am we employ none buf experts we are In position to guarantee ev every
ery every piece of work we conatl-uct to stand the Inspection of the most
rigid Inspectors. It costs fothlns to Bet our flffures and you are the
winner, whether we securi the contract or not. Give us a trial.
m. wJ tucker
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Special Trains Leave Ocala 2:10 p. m.
Limit of Tickets September 11th
! For information call on f M. R. WILLIAMS,
J. G. KIRKLAND, : Ticket Agent, Ocala, Fla.

suia ion Passenger Agent, aampa, Fla.

Phillips ix th:
HANDS ) HIS FHHIKNDS
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And He Set-nis t Slave Quite a Xum-
ber of iFrientls

OCAL.V HOUSK CAFE I

HAS CHA.6eI HANDS

A petition is befog circulate!, ask asking
ing asking Mr. J. P. Phillips to become a
candidate for the joffice of alderman
of the second waTd, to fill out the
unexpired term o Dr. Walter Hood,
resigned; an election to fill the said
vacancy having been ordered by the
council at its adjourned meeting last
night. 5

The petition was being numerous numerously
ly numerously signed, everyh&dy apparently be being
ing being willing to hacfd Mr. Phillips this
office, which carrifs lots of work and
no paj
Mr. Phillips is manager of the
Ocala Telephone Company, a prop property
erty property owner, and a mighty good citi citizen.
zen. citizen. If he is elected, he will make a
first-class alderman.

Messrs. Wilbur Cleveland and A.
A. Langhorn, Jr., the popular clerks
lof the Ocala House, fliave bought
from Mr. Goddard the.business and
good will of the Ocala House Cafe,
and will take charge o same tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow morning, serving! breakfast to
the patrons of the pladp.
Mr. Goddard will go to Brooks Brooks-ville
ville Brooks-ville to take charge of the big new
Hotel Varnada. Mr. boddard has a
great many friends ii Ocala who
will miss him and wih him success
with the Varnada.
1 Messrs. Cleveland find Langhorn
,are very popular, bcth with the trav traveling
eling traveling public an 1 the'ipecple in gen general,
eral, general, -and thoroughly understand the
, restaurant as well asfthe hotel busi business
ness business and promise x$e public first first-class
class first-class service at the Ocala Hoase

Cafe. i

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ngers at Xew

Thaw Can Snap His Fing
York Officials

Sherbrooke, Qu., Aug. 30. New

York state has maJe no step forward
in its fight to retujn Harry K. Thaw
to Matteawan asy(um.. He remains
in the Sherbrooke ail on a commit commitment
ment commitment which will nt bring him into
court until the King's bench conven convenes
es convenes in November. I
"Gentleman Roger" Thompson,
the chauffeur, was released on $500
bail on the double fharge of having
netered Canada by "stealth" and
having aided anc "undesirable,"
Thaw, to cross the border.

WILSON IS A WAY

FROM WASHINGTON

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Relief In Mexican Tension (Jives Him
a Brief RiSst
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Washington, Aug. 30. President
Wilson left Washington late yester yesterday
day yesterday for the summer capital at Corn Cornish,
ish, Cornish, X. II., still hopefifl of favorable
culmination of the negotiations un undertaken
dertaken undertaken by this country to bring
about peace in Mexico.!
Although no affirmative action on
either side had been roirorted up to
the time of the Present's depart departure,
ure, departure, encouraging dispatches were re received
ceived received from Xelson OShaughnessy,
in charge of the American embassy
at Mexico City, bearings on the gen general
eral general situation. These treached the

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'president a few hours
time and led him to de

a short rest over Labor!

NOTICE OF SPEC

AL ELECTION

Notice is hereby given that a spe

cial election is herellv called for the

purpose of electing! a councilman

from ward two, city pf Ocala, to fill,

the unexpired t

Hood, resigned.

be held at the c

day of October, Al D. 1912.

1 herby appoin

H. 11. Whetstone

ews as inspectors

son as clerk of sa

In witness whe

to set my hand a

of Ocala, this the
A. D. 1913. J.
Attest:

H. C. Sistrunk

Frank Harris, Jr.,

ind Chas. H. Math-

and E. E. Robi l-

il election.

eof 1 have hereun hereun-mayor
mayor hereun-mayor of the city
.'1st day of August,
D. Robertson,
Mayor.
Citj Clerk.

Notice is hereb

holders of the

Bank of Ocala, xi

purpose of reduci,

of said compan'
thousand to twen
and if at said me
ers shall, by un
for the reducing

stock as above st

be reduced, acco

rm' of Dr. J.
Said election will

ily hall on the 7th

before train

F-rmine upon

Day.

UNCLASSjFIEI ADS.
Lost, Found, Wanted! For Sale
For Pent and Similar ileal Needs

j FOR SALE CHIAP4-About 500
jfeet wrought iron fenc. Fine con condition.
dition. condition. J. F. Jenkins 4 Co. 8 26 3t

NtrncE

W ANTED TO BUY--Rubber tired
buggy in good cqndition. J. F. Jen Jen-kins
kins Jen-kins & Co. 8-2-3t

second day of Odtober, A. I. 11;L

e company, at nine

FOR SALE Two j choice corner

iven- that on the 10ts, east UKiawan avenue, liig bar

gain

Apply at Star! office. 8 2S-tf

at the office of tn

o'clock a. m., a mfeeting of the stock-

tropolitan Savings

ill be held for the

g the capital stock
from twenty-five

y thousand dollars,

ting the stockhold stockhold-nimous
nimous stockhold-nimous vote, vote

of the said capital

ted, the stock will

ding to law, from

LOST Bathing sdit, at S. A. L.

1 depot; color, black aiid orange. Fin Finder
der Finder return to Star, office and receive

reward.

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oak hall tree

irror, umbrella

twenty-five thousntid to twenty thou thousand
sand thousand dollars.
By order of George Giles, presi president.
dent. president. W. P. Gadson,
8-30-Sat Cashier.

FOR SALE Wh

and hat rack; has

rack, etc. Cheap fqr cash. Apply
Star office. S-2S'l2t
GUAVAS FOR SALE A iot of
fine quality guavasifor sale at $1
per crate of six baskits. Address, R.
L. Lytle, Weirsdale.I Fla. S-2 7-6t

SPIT CASES ND VALISES
I have half a cfrload of first class
and medium gr;ale suit cases and
hand bags in all jpf the latest styles,
sizes and finishesfthat will be in the
store and on disilay in a few days.
Wait for them. The prices will be
right. J. MaleveflLthe Globe. S-23-tf

! LUMBER FOR BALE A lot of
'lumber may b had! at reasonable

'prices by applying al Anthony Farms J

jsawxnlll, Anthony, Fla. S-23-9t
j FOR SALE Pot'jerns and begou
jia plants for sale. Apply to Mrs. J.

H. McClymonds, St., city. 23-t

Were all medpllnes as meritor

iousas Chamberlais Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Rfaiedy the world
would be much Jbjptter off and the
percentage of suifiring greatly de decreased,"
creased," decreased," writes I Eindsay Scott, of
Temple, Ind. Ffrsale by all deal-

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FOR SALE

motorcycle
Chambers.

4hp. Indian

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Cheap'Jfor cash. H. S.
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FOR RENT The! Thomas cottage

on cornor of Orange avenue and
South Fourth street! Apply at 310

id. Main street. A. IT. Bobbitt.S-2-tf

OPEN DA

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Merchant's C

corner. Meals a

Adv.

fe, A. C. L. depot
la carte and lunches

at any hour. Aiv.

One of the moscommoa ailments
that hard workinpeople are afflict afflicted
ed afflicted with is lame bfek. Apply Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Linimenft!" twice a day and
massage the part.fhoroughly at each
application, and iu will get quick
relief. For sale bjfall dealers. Adv.

FOR SALEI hale for sale, at
less than its value,; a splendid resi residence
dence residence on one of the most beautiful
streets in the city. --ee me before
it is sold. S. S. Savag i, Jr. S-21-6t.
FOR SALE OR RENT Six room
house, front, side an 1 back porch.
Gooi soft water, lot 100x200 feet.
Stable. At 320 X..,lverez street.
Apply to T. C. The nas, at post post-office
office post-office 1 S-21-6f
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Send for Catalogue
We areagents for P4k and Pil Pil-lard's
lard's Pil-lard's Chicken Feeds; Maudy Lee
and Buckeye Imrubatrs and handle
all kinds of Poiiir Remedies and
Supplies. OUR SEKJ33 ARE THE
B E ST. VA LTOX SE ECOM PA XV,
3S E. Bayt., Jackscaville, Fla.

MARIOX-DUXX ILSOXIC LODGE

FOR SALE A brand new visible
typewriter, one roll top desk and
chair, two well drilling machines.

tone horse and new set of horness.

Terms if desired. Address, C. T.
Hodges at Waterman's store, Ocala,
Fla. 8-1 9-1 m

Marion-Dunn Loge No. 19, F. &
A. M. meets on trie first and third

Thursday evenings bf each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
C. E. Immons, W. M.
Jake Brown, Se retary. Ad

A good 12-acre farm Vz miles
from courthouse, witfi all farming
implements. Will either rent it or
work it on shares. m Orijy experienced
truck farmers need apply. J. B.,
Star office. S-lS-Pt
FOR SALE 1913 motorcycles and
motor boats at bargain prices, all
makes, brand new machines, on ea
monthly payment plan. Get .our
proposition before buyini: or jou will
regret it, also bargims in used
motorcycles. Write usf today. En Enclose
close Enclose stamp for reply. Address, Lock
Box 11, Trenton, Mich. I 7-18-tf

SAVING IS (jOMMON SENSE

are, what you do, what you

know, or what your age, the

a successful career is to spend

No matter who you

earn, how much you

one thing essential to

less than you earn.

An account in oifr bank offers the best way to

save. We are helping others, and would like to

help you.

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Ocala National Ban

UNITED STATES DEPOSITORV

ONE

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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
Ijewelry
to do the gelling. So pay us a visit
no mattef hov little time you can
spare. Ttie goods and prices will tell
you lots nd prompt attention will
enable yoli to buy as quickly as you
desire. But take longer if you can.
A. I. BUMMETT
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At This Period Use AI

Saiepuards for lomtn'rls and Well Beinn

The best and most practical of fliese is ice our Ice. It preserves
your food, conserves your healpi, increases your pleasure, does

you good in ways too numerous to mention and all for a little

money.

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THE OCALA ETXI.U STAR, SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1913

OCALA EVENING STAR

PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTIXGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
11. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., pcstoffice as second class matter.

PIIOXE 51

SUBSCRIPTION RATES

(Domestic)
One year, in advance
Six months, in advance. .
Three months, in advance.
One month, in advance....
$5.00
2.50
1.25
.50
IF WE MUST HAVE IT
This business of forcing an election
for alderman cn the second ward, at
this time of year, when the vvardls
already well represented on 'the
council, and when the new man will
hardly have time to take his seat be before
fore before the general election is about
as appropriate as waking a man out
of his needed sleep at 2 o'clock in
the morning and insisting that he
eat something that he is not spe specially
cially specially fond of at any hour in the
day.
The Star yesterday consulted
twenty-five or thirty citizens of the
second ward in regard to the pro proposed
posed proposed election. One was Judge V.
S. Bullock, once mayor of Ocala, now
circuit court judge, and always in
terested in the good government of
his city, and all the others were
prominent citizens and property
holders, and not one saw any neces necessity
sity necessity for the trouble and expense of
a special election only ten weeks be before
fore before the general election.
There is a reason for even-thing,
so the Star supposes there must be
a reason mistaken kindness, if
nothing else in ramming a petrified
railroad sandwich down our throats
just at the time we would prefer to
roll over and take our second nap.
Our present city council is very
worthily and harmoniously carrying
on a good work of civic improve improvement
ment improvement and municipal ownership. Since
we must have an election, the very
people in the second ward who were
satisfied to let Messrs. Taylor and
Livingston look after their interests
until January, will see to it that a
man in sympathy -with the said
worthy traits in government is elect elected.
ed. elected. The Star notices that its Tampa
contemporaries and the Orlando Sen Sentinel
tinel Sentinel are much in doubt of the guilt
of Leo Frank, and with this solid
backing, it ventures to express a
similar opinion. The guilt for this
shocking murder lies between Frank
and the negro Conley. It seems to
the Star that had Frank been guilty,
he would have had better sense than
to have put the faith in Conley that
the latter testified he had. He had
plenty of time to escape before the
crime was discovered, and he cer certainly
tainly certainly had sense enough to know he
could put no dependence either in
Conley, or the bungling devices used
to throw suspicion on another party.
Just about three months from to today,
day, today, the Marion County Fair will be
coming to a close. So it behooveth
us to get a great hustle on ourselves
and make sure that the opening is
auspiceious.
A prominent railroad man tells the
Star that if the people of Ocala go af after
ter after an union passenger station, they
can obtain it. He also confessed that
when a good union station is built
-and in operation, no one will be
better pleased than the average rail railroad
road railroad man.
It is not generally known, says
the Bartow Courier-Informant, that
Francis Burton Harrison who has
been appointed governor of the Phil
ippines, by President Wilson, and
who has been a representative in
Congress from New York for the
past ten years, is a southern man
by birth and parentage. His father
was Col. Francis Burton Harrison,
who was a member of President Jef Jefferson
ferson Jefferson Davis' staff during the civil
Just received
Giver of

(Foreign)
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Six months, in advance
Ihree months, in advance.
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war, and his mother was Miss Con Constance
stance Constance Cary who was a member of
the noted Confederate family of
Carrys of Baltimore. She was a
refugee in Richmond during the war
and it was there that she was mar married
ried married to Col. Harrison. Good Confed Confederate
erate Confederate stock all around.
'THANKING YOU IN ADVANCE"
There probably isn't a newspaper
man in the country who cannot ap appreciate
preciate appreciate the following from the Jas Jasper
per Jasper News:
No one on earth, except a print printer,
er, printer, has any idea of the quantity of
work and the amount of money ex expended
pended expended by the owners of newspapers,
for which they receive absolutely no
compensation whatever.
We are not speaking now of or ordinary
dinary ordinary news like births, marriages,
the doings, the comings and goings
of well known persons, but, of the
thousand and one things the news newspaper
paper newspaper is called upon to publish
which is absolutely of no interest to
any person under the sun, save the
writer, and for the publication of
which the paper is not expected to
receive one cent.
Such articles usually wind up with
the stereotyped phrase, "thanking
you in advance, and is generally
considered by the writer as a very very-liberal
liberal very-liberal compensation. One of our
exchanges contained, two weeks ago,
one of these kind of articles which
was one and one-third columns in
length and for compensation receiv received,
ed, received, "thinking you in advance."
The taxpayers, including newspa newspaper
per newspaper owners are legally compelled to
bear the expenses of operating the
bureau of agriculture; the univer university;
sity; university; the state colleges; the state
board of health, etc. Money mon money
ey money paid by the people, is lavish id
upon these institutions, jet, not a
week passes that they are not beg begging
ging begging the newspapers for the free use
of their columns to aid the opinions
of some learned doctor, or professor.
If you ride on a railroad you
must pay in advance; if you have
some freight come in, the freight
bill must be paid cash down before
it leaves the warehouse, but, hardly
a week passes but that some rail railroad
road railroad wants some big speech of its
president published, or some big to
do that it has had, or, is going to
have, given to the public and offers
as pay, "thinking you in advance."
This is to notify whomsoever that
we are overstocked on "thanking
you in advance." We have enough
to last us the balance of our lives,
even though we should live to be as
old as Methuselah and that "think "thinking
ing "thinking you in advance" doesn't pass in
this print shop till its gets current
enough to pay grocer's bills, doctor's
bills and is taken in exchange for
railroad tickets.
"Thanking you in advance," we
will now leave the subject with you.
Thej' have been telling it on
Claude L'Engle (probably because
they wished it) that he was about to4
take a cruise in Charon's canoe, but
his picture in the last issue of Dixie
looks like he has several years of
life left in him yet.
Our little article on "Saturday
Night," published in the News last
week, has attracted the attention of
the Tampa Tribune. 'It says,
"Surely no mere Saturday night,
without accompaniments female ac accompaniments
companiments accompaniments could inspire such
language as this." Our editor had

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another shipment of that most popular cloth, Silk Ratlna, in ml 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 anjf home wear.
Good Values E To EICllFCEllSllOini Giver of Good Values

"female
accompaniments, j
! brother Tribune. It was the same'
little "female accompaniment" that'
jl'lightel her troth going on forty-;
en yt-ars ao and together on
jrheir eo;a;e
j.'orch they
enjoyel the
jsrlorlc
LN'ews.
ich our
Jasper
i: feebly described
The Srarks Telegraph says that
of Jacksonville, who
Ingle's seat in Congress, is
jlar throughout the state.
jery o
This is cne part of the state that
r.ever heard of Mr. Chase until it
was announced he would run against
L'Engle. Ocala Star.
Didn't knew before that Ocala is
so slow. Starke Telegraph.
It isn't slow enough to join a re reactionary
actionary reactionary procession.
John Stockton may not win, but!
his opponents will know he is in thej
race. 1
One of the greatest obstacles to

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Senator Fletcher's re-election is theiof the public. The railroads are re re-support
support re-support of the Times-Union. j quested to send in corrections when-
. j ever necessary.

Fearing evil luck would follow
him the rest of his days, if he ran
over a cat that meandered leisurely
across the road in front of his speed

ing automobile, E. C. Brown, of Oak-
land. 111., ditched his car, contain contain-ing
ing contain-ing five persons near Terre Haute, !no.
Ind., Friday. All five were more ori-

less hurt and the car was wrecked
E. T. Usher of Janey, was a
tor to Bronson last week. Mr. Usher
is extensively engaged in the manu
t o At 11 tq rr no vi I ctnrfic? i n M t- rl ilt A'f
iav iui t kj l ua at siwAto ti il 14 auiui ilea 1
to be one of the most successful in
a. 1 T rry S
ine siaie. jjronsou i imes-uemo-crat.
Mr. Usher has in Marion many
friends, who are glad to hear he is
succeeding so well id Levy.
R. E. VanXess, secretary of the

Citrus county board of traae has is-!no. 10
sued a circular descriptive of his! No. 40

rrmntv nnrl tho Tnvornocs Chrnniflo
wisely counsels every man who
sends 4 a letter abroad to enclose aj
copy.
The hotel inspection law is caus
ing the hotel men to kick. It is now i
their turn. The traveling public has
been doing the kicking heretofore.
Orlando Sentinel.
Mrs. J." C. Ewing was in the city
yesterday attending to business in
the capacity of organizer of the
Twentieth Century Self Culture As Association.
sociation. Association. She left the city in the
boat for Tampa yesterday evening,
where she will make several calls
before returning to her home in
Ocala. St. Petersburg Times.
E. A. Polly of Ocala left yester yesterday
day yesterday evening for Ocala after a busi busi-nes
nes busi-nes trip to this city. St. Petersburg
Times.
Mr. E. L. Kimbrough was able to
come home Saturday afternoon
from the Marion county hospital.
Coleman Items in Bushnell Times.
R. E. Russ, wife an child, T. J
iRuss and Miss Mary Russ, who have
been living m Ocala for the past
two months, were here Wednesday,
and left on Sunny Jim for Fort
Myers, where they intend making
their future home. Inverness
Chronicle.
C. E. Connor, one of Ocala's most
prominent citizens, is in the city on
business. Tampa Tribune.
Mr. H. C. Spencer came up last
evening from Inverness and will re remain
main remain over for the week end.
Two Meals a Day Sufficient.
Though reticent! on many matters,
the British officer Just released from
a German fortress! agreed in one mat matter.
ter. matter. They found! two meals a day
sufficient. In England people are
sometimes addictefl to five breakfast,
lunch, tea, dinnef
and supper. The
continental fasbi
morning coffee, ;
an evening meal.
n is a snacK 101
midday meal and
But when the great
army of Xerxes w
Ls marching through
Asia Minor, and
provide food for
ity by city had to
he day, the people
thanked God that Xerxes and his arm;
ate but once a daft'.
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The relation existing between a brtnk and its customers should be reciprocal
each helping the other. This is the Jbasis 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 fheir individual requirements.

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS AT OCALA
The following schedule is not paid I
for. but is Drinte.1 for the infnrmAtior,
SEABOARD AIR LIXE
Southbound Arrive
3 1:05 p.m
9 (Limited)... 2:30 p.m.
1 1:5 a.m.
.Vorthbonnd
2 2:25 a.m.
4 12:50 p.m.
10 (Limited). 1 4 :20 p m.
Leave
1:25 p.m.
2:33 p.m.
1:40 a.m.
2:20 a.m.
1:05 p.m.
4:23 p.m.
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j 11:30 a. m. and arrives in Tampa at 6
vjjip. m. It leaves ampa at 1 p. m. and

j stops only at Turlev Creek. Plant Cit,
jDade City, Wldk-ood, Ocala, Starke
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ATLAXTIp COAST LINE
Southbound Jtijx. and St. Petersburg
I Arrive Leave
No. 9 i. 10:35 p.m. 10:46 p.m.
No. 39 i...2:40 p.m. 2:42 p.m.
Southbound 4cala and Lakeland
No. 35 (Sunnyjlm) 6:40 a.m.
Northbound J ax. and St. Petersburg
Arrive Leave
. 5:19 a.m 5:20 a,m.
12:54 p.m. 1:14 p.m.
Northbound I
keland and Ocala
No. 32
(Sunnyjii
Arrive 9:50 p.m.
Ocala ani
Hom'osagsa
l eave No. 49 . .1 S:20 a.i
Leave No. 47 ...l 2:25 p.
Arrive No. 44 .1 12:50 p.i
Arrive No. 48 . A 5:00 p.i
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OCALA NORTHERN
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l.v. for Palatka.. f:30 a.m. i:25 p.m.
Sunday trains 1:00 a.m. 1:25 p.m
.r. from Palatka li:40 a.ir. :i0 p.m.
MANUSCRIPT COVERS
An elegant lin of lawyers' mana-
script covers, in iiy color that could
be desired, just received at the Star
office.
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Who is she?
What is thef strange
fear that terrorizes
her? j
Where is she going?
Kead
ysfery
of Mary
a fascinating love
romance mat we
will run as pur next
serial.
Watch for the fiVst installment
which will appear Monday.

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Have the baking pan well battered, place therein first a layer of
the crab meat prepared as aove, 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 barter and bake.

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Robin Hoid Specials:

Robin Hood Apricots, 30c tins,
Robin Hood Pears, 30c tins, for.
Robin Hood Sweet Peas, 120c tins,

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All work Guaranteed to be First-Class.
Bring us your Casings ant Tubes to be Vulcanized.
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PUBLIC-SPIBITED PEOPLE

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A pretty young worrian, evidently in great

trouble, comes suddenly into the life of a
young lawyer with an urgent plea for help.
Although he assures! her of his willingness
to aid her she steadfastly refuses to tell her
name or to disclose the cause of her fears,
only permitting him to assist her to a train
bound for a distant city.
How he falls in lov 5 with the mysterious
young friend, his lo lg search for her, and
how he locates he just in time to save
her from a terrible fate is entertainingly
told in our new seri al
The Mystery of Mary

By GRACE LIVINGSTON HILL LUTZ

A clever story of love And mystery. Be sure

to get the issue with the first installment!

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AJkiin tlejllorBr&tseF
Is now prepared to give5rou estimates on all kinds of
PLUMBING, SfEAM 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

ty to save you money. All work installed is on strict

guarantee of satisfaction!

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Work Guaranteed.
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COXTRAC OR AND BUILDER
P. O. Box 350 1 OCALA, FLA.
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Honor Roll of Volmit

IMitthtou Road Wolking

Dr. J. E
team.

Jake Eron, self, two drays.
F. V. Ditto, self and auto and two
tea in s. s
Dr. L.H. Von Engelked, self, auto
and laborer. i
Mrs. J. R. Moorhead, .aid serving
dinner.
Mrs. Ola Potter, same 'as above.
Mrs. B. H. Seymour, as above.
Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk, saaie as above.
Mrs. Mae Bingham, same as above.

W. C. Blanchard, self.)
Joseph P. Taylor, self, son and
team. Mr. Taylor lives on the Blitch Blitch-ton
ton Blitch-ton road.
Perry Edwards, colored, sel and
H. A. Fausett, self and two teams.
J. F. Hall, self.
Judge Bell, self and iuto.
J. G. Kichline. 5
C. A. Scandrett.
S. Hickel.
Leon Fishel. t
Ocala Evening Star, i
W. T. Gary, mule and wagon and
auto.
J. P. Phillips, mule and wagon
and auto. J,
. R. S. Abbott, professional ser services.
vices. services. Dr. Boozer, self and laborer.
Dr. Walter Hood, self and laborer.
Marcus Frank, entire force of
Frank's store. ;
S. T. Sistrunk, self f and man.
B. H. Seymour, self, auto and two
teams. '!

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men

J. T. Hall, self. J
A. J. Leavengood, self.
W. H. Anderson and family with
double team from YVillistdn.
R. C. Loveridge, 3elf.
Ed Catmichael, fself and two
teams. h
Capt. Tucker. Do 'his best.
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Mrs. W. H. Andcjson and daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, dinner for twelve.
W. F. Blesch, laborer.
H. S. Chambers, laborer.
D. S. Welsh, self!
C. L. Anderson, elf and laborer.
Ocala Heights Dilry, team.
H. H. Whitwortlf, self and man.
Mrs. W. V. Xefsom. assist with
dinner.
Ocala Lumber 8$ Supply Co., team
and driver, probably two.
Ocala Boy Scoutk
J. W. Coulter, slf, two hands, one

double team.
J. T. Burgess, Self Self-S.
S. Self-S. Pinkney, seljL
Dr. Blitch, autqr, family and whole
outfit. t"
L. M. Murray laborer.

The Carmichael & Son Co., one
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double team anditwo men.

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J. L. Edwards, self and three la

borers.

M. Fishel, son' and force.
Charles Fishel.
C. E. Hightofer.
A. G. Gates aihd auto.
C. L. Fox, self or laborer.

Mclver & MacKay, two teams and

drivers. j.
D. E. Mclver, two laborers and
self. I
C. V. Roberts, one laborer and
self.
Hayes & Gunn, one man.
C. L. Sistrunk, one laborer.
Herman Walshauer, self or man.
B. GoldmanJ laborer.
Joseph Malarer, self and buggy.
J. W. Akin, laborer.
- Carlisle Drugstore, two laborers.
Dr. Boozer, nfive men.
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, one la laborer.
borer. laborer. I
F. P. Gadsoft, one laborer.

Tompkins Cobb, double team
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and driver.

Jerry Burnett, one man.
D. W. Goodwin, $1.
Dodson & Rentz, one man.
C. J. Johnsbn, one man.
C. L. Izlarj self and auto.
Mrs. F. W.Ditto and Mrs. Mamie
Fox, dinner f&r ten and assistance.
R. F. Rogers, self and one man.
G. R. Smitn, one day.
D. M. Barcb, self.
W K. Zewidski, self and laborer.
J. P. Gallovay, self and two labor laborers.
ers. laborers. Cash, $1.2;
C. W. Smit l, self and man.
G. W. Ray, one man.
C. E. Connor, self and man.
Wm. M. Gber, one day or $1.
L. A. Snojr, one man.
Alfred Ayr, $1.
E. T. Helfenstoa, one day.

Knight & iLang, two laborers, two

mules and wagon.
W. 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

and shovel.
J. R. Dewey, self and one man.
L. F. Blllard, self one day.
A. E. Burnett, self and laborer.
M. A. TenEyck, self and laborer.

' sons, two-horse wagon and all nec nec-jessary
jessary nec-jessary tools.

Fred J. Burden, self and team.
Charles E. French, self.

for the' Henry Gordon. fl.-o.

Z. C C hambiii-s.

Established 18S6

self auto and

teams.
James Duffj, one day.
Jim Duffy, one 3ay.
J. M. Whienani and son. one day.
R. C. Muncaster, self, labor, moral
support. I ',
William EatlerT
Mason Snellingi self.
W. J. Nelson, self.
J. A. Morris, Jr., and three men.
G. T. Liddcn,! self, double team
and man. ;
J. W. Jenkins and team.
Joe Potter an team.
Gordon Moorhead, services.
Gordon Sinclair, services.
B. Mcintosh. J
Dr. F. E. McCljane, self, auto and

man. ? ;
L. S. Light, self and three men. J
F. G. B. WeiheJ self.

Mrs. F

F. E. Weihe
Mr. Pfifer.

Mrs. P. V. Leaengcod, help
. j

Ii FISIE & SOB?.

G. B. AVeihe, self.

THEATRICAL SEASON

THE TEMPLE

AT

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. Fori these many years it has
borne this reputation. Ajreputation its management
and every employee has never striven to safeguard.
The foundation on which4 it is builded is,
-K
Service, Quality, Value,

Manager Benneft has secured the! I

following plays fjr the coming sea- j
son: j
September
25th. Edward O'Oize in "The:

Merchant of Venice."
Xovpmber
27th. Local talent.
28th. Bert Legh in "The Little
Millionaire." I
December
Sth. "The Barber of Seville."
13th. "The Leopard Spots."

Xiel O'Brien Minstrels.
"QuoVaais.
"Quo Vsjdis."
"Quo Vadis."
"Bought and Paid For."
Coburh' Minstrels,
i
January

"The $hepherd of

lGth.
22nd.
23rd.
24th.
24th.
30th.

15th.
Hills."
17th.
26th.
27th.
23rd.
strels.

the

f

"Polly of the Circus."
The Smart Set.
"The Spying Maid."
February

Evan's Honey Boy Min-

March
4th to 13th. Ghautauqua.
16th. "The Rose Maid."
19th. Paul Gilmore.

XOTl

Of Teachers Examination

Notice is hereby

regular state unifor

for certificates to ti
at the Ocala High S

whites and at Howfird Academy for

colored, beginning
tember 2, 1913, at

Applicants will p

with the necessary
and ink, ad a fee
be collected at the

examination. Resp

J
wS-15-3t dS-15-tf

E

given that the
m examination

ach will be held
hool building for

pn Tuesday, Sep-

9 a. m.

ovide themselves

tap paper, pens

f one dollar will

Ibeginning of the

ctfully,
H. Brinson,

perintendent.

ICE

Notice is herel- given that the co

partnership heretofore existing be

tween William MI Gober and S. T.
Sistrunk has blen dissolved by

mutual consent, siich dissolution to

become effective September 1, 1913.

William M. Gober.

i

8-23-7td S. TJ Sistrunk

OF IXTEItnST TO TO

BETTER. TIIA.V COLD

Dr. D. H. Brown or

Fla., has discovered a

promises to revolutioni

.vorld. Dr. Brown is

Meharry, and has been

about fourteen years.

Th

A

St. Augustine,
remedy that

e tne meaicai

graduate of
n the practice

Magnolia

Remfdy Company

of wljich Dr. Brown
is president, own?
and 1 manufactures
this wonderfu'
remeiy whicn Js
guarcfiteed under

the gpresent pure

food

nd drugs act

The cut of trade trademark
mark trademark appears here herewith
with herewith and attracts
attent on. by its
uniqu ness. This
new r medy is call called
ed called Dr Brown's

DR. D. IL BROWN New I Consumption
Remedy" and the compaxiy clatms to
have many recent testimonials from

persons whom they have factually cur-

ed of consumption.

Great indeed must be the demand

for this remedy wherever people are
suffering from this dreadful disease,
consumption. The Masnilia Remedy

Company are shipping thislremedy Into!

nearly every state in thejUnion, now,
and it has only been on tie market a

little over a year.

The company makes thetopen state

ment that "consumption ci be cured"
by this remedy and that I they stand
ready to demonstrate the Ipropositlon.
The remedy is sold in $1 End $2 bot

tles, which they ship by txpress ev

erywhere.

This remedy Is effective m the cure

of hoarseness, coughs, cold. lagrippe, j
pleurisy, pneumonia and allfdiseases of
th3 respiratory organs. I j
For sale at all leading drfgstores or i

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 ttey seem or they have Jno

space in our stock.

lit

It is ever our desire to give SERVICE that satis satisfies,
fies, satisfies, QUALITY the ver best and 100 PER CENT.
VALUE in every iteirf purchased.

Let us say just hejre that we feel proud of many
customers, whether you live in Ocala or not. We
-i
would have you bear In mind that the latchj to our
store is not only on thf outside, but the door is al always
ways always wide open to youand your friends.
I t
Watch j Our Store,
Watch (Dur Window

il. Fishel & Son

OCALA,

FLORIDA

Good farming implements mean big profits for
the Farmer, becausethey 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 oys is the "Square Deal" store.
i
Marioi I Hardware Co.
Phone 118, Ocala, Fla.

The
Laundry

That
i Made
i Ocala
t Famous

x-:x::x-x--:-xKx

son Who Prides ?

X

f on His Appearance i

write Maamolia Remedy Comnanr. St.

W. H. Anderson", self and three Augustine, Fla., IT. S. A., Bot 754. Ad.

ToaPe

Himse

Clean, Frelh, Well Laundered Linen

is a neceity. To supply that ne- f
cessity is Our Business.

ucaia pieam Launary

Phone 101.

402-404 S. Main Stret

OCAI., FLORIDA

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V.

IX
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, -SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1913
'

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

J.

Tyner-Grn to-

""V

- Ofl?-efTfie prettiest weddings ever

solemnized, in. AVil

i

last Wednesday erven

In the Methodisff chi

L.yaia uornto tvs)mi
lKMnrr matrimony!

"vTiner.

iston. occurred fera Places of interest in New York

ng at 9 o'clock,
rch, when Miss

ited in the holtry

to Mr. Paisle

The church had teen effectively
decorated to carry out the color
scheme, white and yellow, by the
friends of the bride. Just before
the strains of the wedding music,
played by Mrs. Nix, Mr. Gregg Ep Epperson
person Epperson sang, "O Promise Me." The
accompaniment also being played by
Mrs. Nix.
The bridal group, which com-

of the H. B. Masters Co. The last

three weeks Miss Frost visited sev-

State.

Eastern Star Meeting

Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S.,
will meet in Yonge's Hall Sunday,
Aug. 31st, at 4 p. m., to observe the
birthday of Robert Morris, founder
of the order. A short program has
been prepared by the committee.
The worthy matron urges all mem members
bers members to attend and cordially invites
the Masons, their wives and daugh daughters.
ters. daughters. Mrs. J. N. Tiller and her charm-

manded the entire attention of the jing sister. Miss Annabelle Wishart,
large assemblage of friends ,includ- returned today from a pleasant visit

ed, besides the bride and groom,
Miss Julia Gornto, maid of honor;
Misses Susie Morris of this city,
Sarah Sneller of Montbrook and
Cora Morgan, bridesmaids; little
Misses Mortlne Gornto and Louise
Westbrook, flower girls; Mr. Will William
iam William Tyner, best man; Messrs. Ray Raymond
mond Raymond King Lebanon, Ira Gornto and
J. A. Rice, of High Springs, grooms groomsmen;
men; groomsmen; Messrs. Samuel George and
Tompkins Hawkins, ushers and Rev.
F. R. Bridges of this city, an uncle
of the groom, officiated.
The bride never looked lovelier
than she did in her wedding gown
of white. Her long veil was held in
place by a cluster of orange blos blossoms
soms blossoms and her ornament was a dia diamond
mond diamond heart pin, the gift of the
groom. The maid of honor and
bridesmaids wore beautifully fash fashioned
ioned fashioned yellow crepe de chene dresses,
and the flower girls wore pretty lit little
tle little summer frocks.
Mr. and Mrs. Gornto have gone to
Asheville for a wedding trip of four
weeks and on their return will live
in "Williston, wbere Mr. Gornto has
a mercantile business. Mrs. Gornto
has been one of the efficient teach teach-,
, teach-, ers of Levy county for ten years and
. is very popular among her friends.
They were the recipients of many
wedding presents which were on
display Tuesday, when Mr. and Mrs.
Gornto entertained for the wedding
party after the rehearsal.
Mrs. J. C. Caldwell has returned
to her home in Ocala, after a visit
t with relatives in this city. Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville Metropolis.
Mrs. Mary Frost who, during the
absence of her daughter, Miss Lillian
, Frost, in New York state, has been
the guest of her daughter, Mrs. J.
V. Sanders at Early Bird, returned
home Friday.
- $
Mrs. George McKean and daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Miss Marie, who have been vis visiting
iting visiting the former's parents, Judge
and Mrs. W. S. Bullock, returned to
their home in Tampa this afternoon.
Miss Hester Dewey is home from
Woodmar, where she was the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Chazal for
two days.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Howard will
leave in a few days for their annual
trip to New York and other points
in the east. They will be away sev several
eral several weeks. ;
I
Miss Lillian Frost returned last
night from New York, where she
went four weeks ago to purchase
goods for the dry goods department!

nciple

It's the Pi

That Count:

Most any kind df a man

can open a drpg store,
but it takes a lood one
to run it. Doing busi business
ness business at one plate for ten
years means! careful
work and satjjsfied cus customers.
tomers. customers. It means that
our business I has been
run. to please our pat patrons.
rons. patrons. It wonld be im impossible
possible impossible to bpild such a
business as purs if the
principle back of the bus business
iness business was not the right
principle. fWhen you
deal at our store we
guarantee satisfaction,
because w i know our
principles are right.
Deal here and you are
always safejand satisfied.
The Court pharmacy
The Drugstore on the Square

to friends at Crystal, and went on to
their home near Martin.
Miss Mary Burford will return to

night from a few days', visit with

Mrs. Gay Livingston at Kissimmee,

.Messrs. iioimes uates and sam

Baskin passed through Ocala today
en route to their home in Anthony,
after a happy week spent on Lake
Weir camping.
Mr. Fred Meffert returned yester yesterday
day yesterday from Daytona Beach, where he
spent a few days. He made the trip
in a Ford runabout.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Crook and
Miss Florrie Crook have returned to
their home.in Palatka, after a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant trip to New York. Miss Lillian
Frost was in their party.
Miss Janet Weathers is home
from a ten days' viist delightfully
spent in Jacksonville with her sister,
Mrs. George Ford.
Miss Meme Davis, wljo has been
visiting friends in town since Mon Monday,
day, Monday, returned to Lake Weir late
yesterday afternoon.
Mrs. Mae Bingham, bookkeeper at
the Ocala Star office, passed through
here Monday, accompanied by her
little daughter, enroute to Polk
county to spend her vacation. In Inverness
verness Inverness Chronicle.
Mrs. S. S. Savage, Jr., and pretty
little daughter, of OcaJa, are visiting
Mrs. Savage's sister, Mrs. D. W.
Cato, at No. 3211 Tenth avenue, in
East Tampa. Tampa Tribune.
Mr. Wm. C. Charles and wife, of

Ocala, were pleasant visitors among
their friends here last Sunday. Ox Oxford
ford Oxford Item in Bushnell Times.
Miss Jewell Wicker who has tyeen
visiting in Coleman, left last Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday night for her home in Mon Montezuma,
tezuma, Montezuma, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. N. j:
Wicker went as far as Jacksonville
with her. Coleman Item in Bulh-

nell Times.

Mr. and Mrs. B. A

ceived a wire last night from Lake Lakeland
land Lakeland stating that their grand-niece,
little liss Margaret Stevens, had
contracted diphtheria. Margaret is
the sweet and dainty daughter of
Mr. and,Mrs. I. V. Stevens and the
news ofjher illness conies as a sor sorrow
row sorrow to their host of friends, all of
whom hope to hear favorable news
from her bedside.

Air. ana .Mrs. it. L.. Anderson were

passengers on the limited this after

noon en route to Altfrulle, N. C, to

Clifton

in Grove.

Park for the summer.

fore returning to their home in St.
Petersburg. While in Jacksonville
they have been the guests of Mrs.
Fraser Knight. Times-Union.
m
The friends of Mr. William Gram Gram-ling
ling Gram-ling of Waycross, Ga., made during
his recent visit in the home of Mrs.
S. A. Ellis, will regret to learn that
he is critically ill at a hospital in
Waycross. Ten days ago he was
operated upon for appendicitis.
Mrs. J. B. Hull and Miss Bessie
Hull of Inglis, have returned from a
brief trip to Gainesville, and are
again at the Arms House. They will
be in the city about ten days.
Miss Susie Morris has returned
from Williston. Miss Morris was an
attendant at the Tyner-Gornto wed wedding
ding wedding Wednesday evening.
Mrs. C. R. Kreger and Mrs. Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Clark with their children will
leave next week for an outing at
Daytona Beach.
Miss Mattie Marshall of Oklawaha
spent Friday in the city, the guest of
Miss Dorothy Sherouse.

c -.

is home from

Weathers re

s Mrs. B. F. Borden and children

have returnesr from a month's pleas

ant so jour

hills aroun

her pleasant outing in North Caro Carolina.
lina. Carolina. The Methodist sewing circle will
meet with Mrs. Louis Lang Monday
at 3:30 o'clock.
Mrs. Dieffenbach returned to her
home in Ocala Friday, after spend spending
ing spending several weeks at the home of
Mrs. Katherine Lewis. She was call called
ed called home by the illness of her son-in-law,
Mr. J. T. Lewis. Mount Dora
notes in Eustis Lake Region.
Mrs. Robert G. Blake and daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Miss Irma are spending a few few-days
days few-days as the guests of Mrs. Frank
Dillard at Martel. Master Robert
Blake goes to Martel tomorrow to
spend Sunday.
At the last meeting of the V. C.
T. U., held at the residence of Mrs.
R. A. Burford, Mrs. R. C. Loveridge
was made a life member of the or organization
ganization organization on account of the long
years of continued service in the
cause it represents. Mrs. W. T. Gary
occupied the president's chair. After
the business session, Mrs. Burford
served refreshments
,
Mrs. Henry Weimer and two chil chil-ren,
ren, chil-ren, who have been visiting Mrs.
Port Leavengood for the past week,
left for their Tampa home on the
Seaboard limited this afternoon.

Miss Nan Brooks returned home
today aftera.niost4ileasant visit to
Franklin, N. C. Shi was accom accompanied
panied accompanied home by Miss Ruth Moo?e
of St. Petersburg.who will be her

guest for a few dys before going oji

, s

--

ardware Department

I

Complete line. Nejw shipment just in.
See Them in Our Window.

Jardinieres
Flower Baskets I
Fern Dishes
Umbrella Stands
Candle Sticks
Cuspidors
I Vases

-Miss uarcet Bcwre lett today for a

two weeks' nqitfion with friends at
Clearwater.

isit their daughter, MrsT
Camp, who has a ) house

Miss Rhoda Rhody, who is asso associated
ciated associated with the Munroe & Chambliss
Bank, has resigned her position as
stenographer to take effect Sept. 15,
and will leave shortly afterwards for
her home in Patton, Pa.
m
Mrs. William Dehon and two
young children, Miss Beatrice and
Mr. Arthur Dehon, came in from
Berlin yesterday and were the guests
of Mrs. D. M. Boney until this aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, when they left for their
home in St. Petersburg. Beatrice
and Arthur have been the guests of
relatives since May and three weeks
ago they were joined by their
mother.
Mrs. Ardis Waterman will go to
Jacksonville on the limited tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow to visit her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. B. Potter for three weeks,
after which she will be joined by
Mr. Waterman, and in all probabil probability
ity probability they will go to New York.
Misses Clara and Ophelia Gray
leave today for Orlando, where they
will be the guests of their uncle.
Bishop Gray, for a brief visit be-

Don't forget to attend the union
meeting at the Christian church
Sunday night.

MRS. AUGUST.t F. liHOWN

Miami, Aug. 3, Mrs. Augusta
Falson Brown, wiri? of Charles M.
i
Brown, passed away this afternoon
at her home on Fourteenth street.
Mrs. Brown had ben ill for the past

ear or more andl everything that

dical skill could Bo for her recov

ers had been done
so jfasteneed itself

r
dicine was of no

Mrs. Brown is

husband and son, w
pathy of the entire

funeral service will

but disease had
upon her that

livail.

survived by her

o have the sym-

community. The

be held tomor-

Liickie

parage.

I have just oaened up my new new-garage
garage new-garage on Northl Main street, and
solicit a share on the patronage of
?ar owners in Ocafa and surrounding
territory. The repair department
is prepared to do Jail kinds of auto automobile
mobile automobile repairing I on short notice.
None but first-class workmen em employed,
ployed, employed, and therefore, I am in po position
sition position to guarantee every job that
leaves the place. Kates will be found
reasonable as higfh-class workman workmanship
ship workmanship and good material can be fur furnished
nished furnished 1
GIVE 31 K? A TRIAL:

T. C. Iuckie,
Proprietor
Building formerly occupied by Ideal
Theater.

All of the above are npn-tarnishing and give no
trouble in keeping polished!

1

MASTERS CO.,

THE HOUSE OF QUALITY

1
1

...A.

l

row.- Mr. and Mrs. Ijrown came to
Miami from Ocala sevjpral years ago.

1 lmes-L nion.

le in Ocala

a great many peoiiie in ucaia re-

1
member Mrs. BrowiJ, who was a
Hoble, motherly woman, and honored
b all who knew ner. The Star
joins her other frienls in sorrow at

her death.

AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW

Methodik
(Rev. Jno. B. Iiey, Pastor)
Services as usual, in the morning.
Preaching by the pastor at 11 a. m.
Union services at night in the Chris Christian
tian Christian church. Sernibn by Rev. Mr.
Stephens of the Baptist church.
I
Rapt iM
(Rev. Banyan Stphens, Pastor)
On account of rqjpairs going on in
the Baptist church there will be no
Sunday school or Ireaching services
tomorrow. Pastoif Stephens is at
home after a monti in Kentucky and
Georgia and will have everything
ready for services fnext Sunday.
!
Christian
(W. H. Coleman, Minister)
10 a. m. Sunc ay school.
11 a. m. Sen lonette, "A Walk
with Good Compt ny."
8 p. m. Union services in Chris Christian
tian Christian church and sermon by Rev.

Stephens.

Everybody weldome.

When One's

Health

is at Smke

A mere matter h expense is of no

consequence.

Our motto inf our profession is

"Not how CheajJ, but how GOOD."
But it will be found that our prices
are always as losv as consistent with
a high grade ofl pharmaceutical ser service.
vice. service. Accuracy rand Promptness are
our watchwordsj
N. B. For pecuracy's sake ask
your doctor nojt to telephone your
prescription, bujt to WRITE it, and
we will send foi it.

Windsor Hotel
Jacksonville's Finest

AND

Anderson Pharmacy
"The Store! Accommodating'

PlA.ne 268.

Florida's Largest and Best Year
Round Hotel
The Hotel you take youj Mother, Wife or Sister to
Home Hotel of the State
rAtes
European Plan Sl-fcO Per.Day and Upward

A. M. Wilson,
ASS'T. MGR.

Thos M. Wilson,
PROP. AND MGR.

. Jacksonville, Florida

Are You Going To Build ?

USE

TO)

ID

TDTrHTLT

.NOT Just Brick, but le3fy, net the lest; they cost

110 more, look better, last longer, and more satisfactory all

around.

JKLK'S .Macon Urick, Ciminon,: raving, Fire and rough

texture, none better.
Iegg's Pressed and ancy Faced Ilrick I am State
Agent. 1
Carry large stock ii hand, make quick shipments.
Wire your orders atfiny ejense.
I handle rOKTl.A.1 LFMKNT, 1 SKA V Kit 1SOAICDS,

g AATK CEMEXT lIjA.sf KH, Fuller's Peninsular Itrand
S Kooling, Metal laths and Shingles, Crushed Rock, (jranite
j Curbing, Building Sand. I

Also Fruit and Vegetable pickers and packers sup-

H
I

plies. Crates, Wraps, Field

ISoves, Straps, Nails and Ladders. H

W,

5

ileir

Offices, Salesrooms, Wharves,

Trackage and Yards

ndry & Knight Terminals

TAMPA, FLORIDA

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THE OCALA VEXING STAR. SATURDAY, AUGCgfc 30, 1913

i

fTTI. Afaf
Mtk

AND

SaycBt Money

(
I have a lot off

i

Itareieeiiei Pledges

irimmers9 Samples
In Jewelry o all kinds, Suit
Cases, Trunks, Musical Instru Instruments,
ments, Instruments, Men?4 Clothing, Shoes
and Furnishings and Sport Sporting
ing Sporting Goods thkt I am going to
close out tofyou at

duced

Greatly le

Prices

But you must act quick for
everything will go fast.
If you have anything to trade
in I will make liberal allow allowance
ance allowance on it.
Come arid See le
L

The Man Who

You

4.

' m A m

I

Mb

Why

ants to Loan

ney
More?

y

R. C. MIU N CASTER

0

FIRE t
LIFE

ACCIDENT

BURGLARY

HEALTH

Ocala House Bio

. gyip

PLATE GLASS

IPLOYEES LIABILITY

Phone 420

FOR

t

TOMATO CLUI1 AT

THK CfjUMY

At the county

fc

fail this

I.SCHXECK SHOULD iIaVE

FAIIl LEARXI& TO SHOOT j?J
f i ?.

fall the Killed by an OverIxiftfin: Politician

Marion County Girl's iTomato Club'
will be i.rovided withffsuitable place j

to make its exhibit independent of j

He Dared to 1 Criticize

irt

Sulphur, Okla.. Aug. 30. J. Y. :X

i:he other exhibits. Till? Roess Luni-, f ?;
r, I -ocrat. was shot and! killed here ves-
ler Co., has generously donated the. , j c t

s ierua anu jonn Lindsav. nrmpr ;.a

ged Y

VY

rora i :

ill Till lit" fail i r tim tvi -t-i- c-n t I 1

d for the girls exhibit and also i j V :
, u tl, X.,. .,. nnson at the nearby town of Xor-!:.:.
for the use of the D Baby show. !;.
,r v I 'man, when mob violence was threat- y
Mrs. Moorehead, majuazer ot the s f a

f! J
fire on Schneck !:.

With a shntvim an tlia aitni- rn

fact that thev have slcured a suit- 1 " T

able place for their Axhibit. j ; . .

milieu .uuiaiuea auverse eauoriai

;-XKKXKKXXX-

We Press Your Clothes

4-

While You Wait.

north half of its crftnmodious ex-,-' """" riU""
Mbit building to the idustrial com- trf f U!"?r f Murra! count'- char
mittee of the Womaifs Club to be tLe fas hurr5ed fr

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Phone 167.

Marion county brancfi of the to-

mato club, is highly elated over the

HANKS CLOSE MONDAY

On account of Mondy, September

1st being legal holiday a Labor Day)

the banks of the city will be closed

The Ocala National iBank,

The Commercial Ba$k.

The Munroe &; Chaifibliss Bank.

POSTOFFICK WILL
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HOLIDAY

On account of Mondaf being a le legal
gal legal foliday, the postotice will ob

serve the usual holiday! hours.
F. J. Hifber, P. M.

HA HE AS COHPl'S

MAY ClTCH HAIiHY

Sherbrooke, Aug. 0. It was re

ported in Sherbrooee early today
that Superior Judge Hutchinson, re re-tnrning
tnrning re-tnrning from his vacation, has
agreed to grant fo Canadian law lawyers
yers lawyers acting for Xw York state, a
writ of habeas corlus calling for the
production of Hirry K. Thaw in
court at once. .I

comment concerning Lindsay.

MAIUON COUXjTY DIRECTORY
Judge Circuit fourt W. S. Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, Ocala. I
District Attorney E. W. Davis,
Ocala. f
Clerk Circuit Court P. H. Nugent,
Ocala.
Sheriff J. P. feallowuv, Ocala.
Tax Collectorf-W. L. Colbert,
Ocala. t
Tax Assessor Alfred Ayer, Ocala.
Treasurer Jottn M. Graham,
Ocala. I
Surveyor W. l. Moorhead, Ocala.
Judge of Proolte Wm. E. Smith,

Ocala.
County Comm
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field; W T. Henl

Watkins, Dunnellon;

man, Sparr.

Board Public! Instruction J. H.

Brinson, Superintendent, Ocala; B.
R. Blitch, Blitchlon; J. S. Grantham,
Fort McCoy; W.fD. Carn, Ocala.

ssioners u. uarmi-

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erson, Lynne; D. G.

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The action of tle county commis commissioners,
sioners, commissioners, influenced by the so-called
reformers and inoliibitionists, in
calling the eleetitfi for September
Kith, K)H5, theripy -disfranchising
over 2000 voters, allowing them only
two and one-fourtli days in which to
qualify, when thelaw plainly says
twenty days should be given, is most
reprehensible an4 should be con condemned
demned condemned and reset led by every hon honest
est honest voter in the ciunty.
Not only is personal freedom at

stake in this election, but the very

foundation of fret government has
been made null 4hd void by these
men, and such base and crooked

methods to down the voters and
raise the consprators to power
should be thoroughly exposed by all
honest men. Rumor has it that the
prohibitionists wre afraid to risk
the voters, (and jvell they should be
for there is enough of them still

alive to give thax rotten proposition
a swat long to bse remembered) pre preferring
ferring preferring to take iheir chance in the
courts rather than trust the people.
The foot-print of the juggler are
plainly visible in this crooked stunt,
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and, coming from so-called reform reformers
ers reformers and so-calld Christians, makes
the matter thttt much worse. It
really smells tof Heaven Of course,
we do not believe the people are go going
ing going to stand fr such base methods,
and that the l6th of Sentember will

be the judgment day for rotten pol politics
itics politics in Marion county. They are
on a sinking siiip the iceberg just
ahead, and, likfe the great steamship
Titanic, will take their final plunge
to the bottom of the world.
Scuttle the prohibition ship !

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CTORY

CITY OF OCALA

Robertson.

rder Joseph Bell.

Assistant Reel

Council B. R. Weathers, pres

lent; J. H. Trtylor, president pro

fern; E. C. Bentett, Baxter Carn, J.

Helvenston, G. A,
B. Weihe, C. M.

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Livingston.
City Attorney C. L. Sistrunk.
City Clerk 1 C. Sistrunk.
Treasurer an Tax Collector W.
YV. Clyatt.
City Engineer J. R. Moorhead.
Superintendent: Light Plant J. C.

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Marshal A.
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A powerful direct pressure pump operated by com compressed
pressed compressed air from Imall storage tank. Econom Economical
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much water as is gotten by systems using the
germ proof water storage tanks.
Let us explain more fully and give you an estimate
of the cost completely installed
fully guaranteed
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Ocala, Fla., August 30, 1913.
Mr. J. W. Johnson, City.

Dear Sir: Ithas been brought to
my notice that f ou are in receipt of
a letter from tne Reverend Mr. An Anthony
thony Anthony of Bainbddge, Ga., that letter
being disparagig to my character;
although admitting in a very con concealed"
cealed" concealed" manner that I have ability
and state faetsf
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pose to create k doubt in the minds
of the people land is of a sinister
motive.
In the interest of fairness and
justice I ask ypu to be kind enough
to publish same in toto, with post postscript
script postscript added lly Mr. Anthony.
Also I ask ou to be kind enough
to publish letter received by you
from Mr. Callahan to give the people
an opportunity to judge for them themselves
selves themselves not frfim a partisan stand

point. Yours! very truly,

Geo. H. Harrison.

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The Curriculum Guarantees a Sound and
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LOYAL ORDER OV MOOSI?

The Ocala Lodge lso. 699, Loyal

Order of Moose, meets each Thursday

evening at 8 o'clock! in the Moose
building. Visiting btothers are in invited
vited invited to attend our mietings.
Geo. F. Mersion, Dictator.

B. L. Stapp, Secret;

Plowing at Night,
New South Wales J has adopted the
California idea of mowing at night.
For this purpose twp powerful acety acetylene
lene acetylene headlights are attached to the
traction engine whidh draws the plows
and the gTound -islso well and bril brilliantly
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and are good rAurning on any reg regular
ular regular train withi limit.
Excursion trajfn will leave Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville for Auusta and Columbia
9:30 a. m. andfor Macon and At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta 9:40 a. m(
Through Coahe3 and Pullman
service. Speciaft trains.
City ticket ofce corner Forsyth &
Hogan Sts., phojle Nos. 743 & 4041.
G R. Pettit, DiC Pass Agt.r Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, Fla. I
National Conservation Exposition
Knoxvill, Tennessee,
SeptemberfOctober, 1913.

OUTGOING MAILS CLOSE

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Notice is hereby

L. Shearer, pure

cate No. 367, da

June, A. JJ. 1911
tiflcate in my offi
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cordance with It

embraces the

situated in Marioi

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Chapter 4SKH.

or Florida

sriven that Hubert

aser of tax certifi

ed the 5th day or
has filed said cer-

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leed ap-leed to issue in ac ac-w.
w. ac-w. Said certificate

followinfr described

eounty, Florida, to-

wit: SwU of nwt and nwli of swi

sec 6 tp 15 s r 11 e 82 acres. The
said land belnjr aiessed at the date of
the issuance of s$ch certificate in the
name of S. R. Stelenson. Unless said
certificate shall be redeemed according
to law. tax deed wall isue thereon the
17th dar of epembert A. D. 1913
Witness my official signature and
eal this the 16th day of Auarut, A. D.
113. .eal) H. NUGENT.
Clerk Circuit Couft Marion County,
Florida. 1-16-Sat dly

COSIMISSIpXER'S SALG

Notice Is hereay iven that I, the
undersigned commissioner, under and
bv virtue of an oiwer, made and enter entered
ed entered on the 8th daj of August, 1913. by
the Honorable W.I E. Smith, Judge of
probate, in and fbr Marion county.
Florida, in the matter of the applica application
tion application of I. A. Smith, administrator of
the estate of A. L. Barber, deceased,
for an order to sell certain lands be belonging
longing belonging to the said estate, I will offer
for sale and sell tb the highest and
best bidder for cash! at the west door of
the court house In Ocala, Marion

county, Florida, Between the lezal

hours of sale on

Monday, the 8th daM of September. 1813

the following described real estate, to

wit:

Lots -7 and 8 of Viock 2 of subdivls

ion of blocks 3 and
tion to Ocala, Fla.,

ances thereto.

This 8t;h day of August. 1913.

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8-9-dly 5t sat

4 of Allred s addi addi-and
and addi-and all appurten-

C. McCLURE.
Commissioner.



EIGHT

THE OCA LA. EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, AUGUST SO, 1913

FOR THE SEA OR LAKE

PARTNERS FOR MARION

By GENE BAKER.
"I haven't any partner, Hiss Law Lawrence,"
rence," Lawrence," said the little girl, in the
white dress and pink sash' to the
young woman who had charge of the
dance.
"Why don't you dance with Eliza Elizabeth?"
beth?" Elizabeth?" asked Mis3 Lawrence.
"I don't want to dance with a girl.
I want to dance with a boy a real
boy."
Miss Lawrence, looking around,
saw that all the available boys were
busily engaged. Finally she caught
a glimpse of a little fellow standing
alone, evidently taking an Inventory
of the girls present,
"George," she said, raising her
voice, "please come here."
George sauntered over to Miss
Lawrence.
"George, this is Marion," said Miss
Lawrence, by way of introduction.
"Now, I'm sure you two will enjoy
having this two-step together."
"I don't want to," said George, re re-belliously.
belliously. re-belliously. Then, before Miss Law Lawrence
rence Lawrence could say another word George
escaped. i
"I suppose he doesn't know how to
dance," she spid by way of explana explanation
tion explanation to Mariori. Fully determined now
to get a partner for the woebegone lit little
tle little girl, she added: "You wait here
and I'll find another boy."
The next boy .presented to Marion
looked at her tor a moment, then
straightened up to his fullest height
and said: "She's only in second
grade and I'm in" sixth. I'm not going
to dance with any little kids in sec second
ond second grade."
His tone was so determined that
there seemed nQ. use to argue.
Marion was not the least bit dis discouraged.
couraged. discouraged. She (put her little hand
into Miss Lawrence's, saying: "Now,
will you get me a partner?"
Miss Lawrence wasn't so sure that
she could, but she answered cheerful cheerfully:
ly: cheerfully: "This dance is nearly over. If
"filial;!. inii'imrJi ti'il
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"I Wantjto Dance With a Boy."
come little! fellow ?doesn't ask you for
the next two-step, I'll see that you
have a partner." j
Marion, ivho had full faith in her
teacher, smiled, smoothed her skirt,
patted her lair ribbons and folded her
white glovld hands complacently in
her lap. j J
After theftwo-step had started Miss
Lawrence, remembering the little girl,
went over tt her.
"I'm waiting," she announced.
All the beys who weren't dancing
were big biys, but ,Miss Lawrence
thought she would put it in the light
of a favor t her and thus get one of
them to dar ce with Marion.
"Will you dance ith a little friend
of mine?" he asked a handsome
young boy.
"Why, yoi see, I"
"Now, do t't say no. I want this
nice little gfrl to have a partner."
"Who is she?"
"Come across the) room and I'll
show you." I j
Reluctantly the boy crossed the
room with her.
"Marion, this boy wants to dance
with you," aaid Miss Lawrence.
Marion pulkered her little forehead
and said: yl don't want to dance
with him." j
"But, Marion, that -isn't very po polite."
lite." polite." i
"I don't care. I want to dance with
a boy."
"Isn't he a boy?" i
"Yes." sald Marion.; "but he's my
brother Bob." 1 I
Bob was silent, then he whispered
Bomething into; Marion's ear. Marion
answered "Yes!" and started to dance
with Bob.
After that dance Marion seemed to
be the most popular girl there, for,
to the envy oflthe other little girls,
she had every fiance? taken with the
big boys. I
"Did you have a nice time, Marion?"
ked her as she was
starting home. 1
"Lovely!" breathed; Marion.
A v A oil lha ttfar VtAra Ion roA
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you."
"Yes," she sal
innocently. "Do
you know why?"
"No."
"Bob said he'd
dance with me if
pet all the boys to
I'd promise to give
him the dollar father gave me for my
birthday. Good-by, Miss Lawrence.
I had a lovely time."
Miss Lawrence smilingly wondered
how much of Marion's birthday dollar
Bob spent in bribing his friends to
dance with his little sister. Chicago
Daily News.

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SEASON'S BATHING COSTUMES
ARE PARTICULARLY PRETTY.

Black Silk Suit Probably the Best for
Wear, Though There Are Many
Other Materials Almost Equal Equally
ly Equally High in Favor.
The new batbifcg costumes shown
are decidedly attractive. Each season
marks a noticeable improvement in
this line, the freakish novelties ap appealing
pealing appealing to few wjbmen, those of taste
demanding the mre conservative mod models.
els. models. J
Without doubt jthe well-made black
silk suit, of goodf quality, relieved by
white or other sofl color next the face,
is the smartest, handsomest and most
tasteful costume he bather can wear,
and the season's ariety in such mod models
els models is surprising.
This year one finds among the best best-looking
looking best-looking bathing cottumes a good many
black and white! mixtures, stripes,
checks or plaids, stripes predom predominating
inating predominating here as thdy do throughout all
fashion's province and some of these
models are extremely pretty without
being as startling o conspicuous. They
are usually trimmed with plain black
satin, with relieving touches of white,
and are desirable only in a good qual quality
ity quality of silk; but it 'jnust be admitted
that even at their ibest they do not
stand the wear and lear as well aa the
Black and White Striped Taffeta.
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plain black and are not so generally
becoming, j The white stripe soils
quickly anfl, when wet and clinging,
takes on distorted lines, which are un unbecoming
becoming unbecoming to the figure. In this last
respect th black and white checks
and plaids are better than the stripes,
but they hiive not quite so smart an
air on the trhole.
The blacfc: and white stripes are
more in evidence a3 trimming than
otherwise, and as such are extremely
attractive, ntaking becoming and effec effective
tive effective pipingsand trimmings.
One suit ojf striped material, which
is illustrate, in the large drawing,
was effectively made up with -the
stripes running diagonally across the
hoHo front Tht riirht rI1a 1 anna1
Men Viteme
Mother's Friend
A Uutytftat t-verf
Man Oweteto Those
who Pirpetti
ate the Race.
It la Just as lmdbrtant that men should
know of progressive method la advance of
motherhood. The jru Serin?, pain and dis distress
tress distress Incident to child-bearing can be easily
avoided by having at hand a bottle ol
Mother's Friend.
This is a wonde
nal application tfc
upon the muscles an
v.ithout the pa"n?i:
ful, penetrating, exter-
,t relieves all tension
enables them to expand
sfra'n rpon the liga-
ments. Thus thre
fi a '.-.".led all those ner-
vous pe!l? ; the te
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Tai morn-Tai tti, and a bright.
Ing slckress is ct.tH
F'.rrnr, harnv d'p
'f!kn is preserved that
v fleets wonderfully
pn t!ie character and
temperament of the
little one soon to opn
its eyes in bewildrfaent at the Jov of his

e -rival. Yon can! obtain a bottle of
"Mother's Frlrd" t any drn store at
$1.00. and it w!ll bejthe best dollar's worth,
you ever obtained. It preserves the moth mother's
er's mother's health, enables ther to make a qulrli
rnd complete recovery, and thus with re renewed
newed renewed strength shei will eacr"r!y deref
herself to"t".e carejand at tent inn vrh: h
mean so mm h t fi welfare of the chl!
V.'rite to the Eradfield Regulator Co., 11"
I.a-r.ar rtb'g.. -tlant, Ga., for the'r vaVv
aMe and instructive Jbmik of guld.ne f
"'(Ci tRit morhrs. Get & bvitzle of II.::
.r a l'ricad tMlay.
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scarf of black satin, which fell from
the neck, below the waist line. There
was a trimmed turn-down collar of
white moirei
Comfortable and practical bathing
coats are mi.de of black or blue serge,
with large ollars and cuffs bordered
with a relieving note of gay color.
Bloomerl or knickers are essential
features o the costume, and should
be of theisame material as the skirt
and blouse. The knickers should be
loose encjugh for comfort, but fitted
carefully though easily, around the
hip3 andwaist.
A tight or stiff corset is an absurd absurdity,
ity, absurdity, but there are corded bathing gir girdles
dles girdles wljich will keep a suit smooth
around I the waist and over the hips
without cramping the body. The stock stockings
ings stockings mould be snugly gartered, the
belt niatly adjusted to cover the union
of th skirt and bodice if the two
are lit. as is advisable, stitched to-

geth
MARY DEAN.
Old Blankets Useful.
T get most benefit out of blankets
that! have become too thin for ordi
nal wear, wash them, dry them thor thor-oug
oug thor-oug lly and put two or three of them
tog ther and cover them with sateen
to i lake quilts. They will have to be
buttoned down somewhat like mat mattresses,
tresses, mattresses, quilt fashion, will have to be
madfe across them to hold them in
shape. A border or sateen frill adds
to thfir attractiveness.
In a Pinch.
The old fashioned idea of a good
pinch hitter was a man who could
clean up a cotton patch with a weed weeding
ing weeding hoe before the rain came. Dallas
News.
$100 REWARD, $100
f
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to teafn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to Jejre in all its stages,
and that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is the 6nly positive cure now
known to die medical fraternity.
Catarrh beinlg a constitutional dis disease,
ease, disease, required a constitutional treat treatment.
ment. treatment. Halljp Catarrh Cure is taken
internally, acting directly upon the
blood and anueous surfaces of the
system, thefeby destroying the foun foundation
dation foundation of tpe fisease,' and giving the
patient strength by building up the
constitution and assisting nature in
doing its Work. The proprietors have
so much flith in its curative powers
that theyfoffer one hundred dollars
for any lease that it fails to cure.
Send forjistjjf testimonials. Address
F. J. ChJhey& Co., Toledo, O. Sold
by all dfuggists, 7c. Take Hall's
Family Pi!s for constipation.
But She Never Thinks So.
It must be hard fr a young woman
to practice four fiours a day and
then hear a street jpiano playing her
own line of tunes better than she
does. Exchange, f
Mr. W. S. Guns
Ius, a farmer liv-
t ing near Fleming.!
Pa., says he has
ions as Chamberla!
and Diarrhoea Rer
for fourteen years
found it to be an
's Colic, Cholera,
edy in his family
and that he has
excellent remedy,
and takes pleasure
in recommending
it. For sale by a
dealers. Adv.
Speaking of Weddings?
Orange blossoms can be used as an
anaesthetic, a Johns Hopkins profes professor
sor professor has discovered. If you just "get
enough of them the ceremony will be
quite painless. Cleveland Plain
Dealer.
MOTHERS! MAVK TOUtt CHILI
HEX WOIIMS?
Are they feverish, restless, ner
vous, irritable, diizy or constipated?
Do they continually 1-ick their nose
or grind their jeeth? Have they
cramping pains, ifregular 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, improtes your child's ap
petite, regulates stomach liver and
bowels. The symp
oms disappear and
your child is mad
e happy and heak
thy, as natuie intended. Sold by
Tydings & Co.,i
.Medicine Co., Phi
Louis, Mo.
Kickapoo Indian
ladelphia, Pa., St
Adv
Many Write of Joan.
Eighteen yearsfago a catalogue of
works then existing was published un under
der under the title ol "Biblioeranhv of
I Works Relating tt Joan of Arc"" It
J contained 667 wojfks of general biog-
raphy, 8t9 that dealt with particular
portions of the mfcid's life, 160 dramas
and twenty-one Operas, and the com compiler
piler compiler stated that tie could have includ included
ed included anather 1,000 volumes.
k-
A vast amount of ill health is due
to impaired digestion. When the
stomach fails o perform its functions
properly the t hole system becomes
deranged. A Jew doses of Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Tablets is all you need. They
will strengtheit your digestion, invig invigorate
orate invigorate your lifer, and regulate your
bowels, entiref.' doing away with thai
miserable feeling due to faulty diges digestion.
tion. digestion. Try it.Many others have been
permanently cured why not you.
For sale all dealers. Adv.

We announce a new innovation for Oeala. Some Something
thing Something that has been immensely popular in the cities,
and as Ocala is now a eitr, we must follow suit. As
usual, the Bazaar is the pioneer in the move, some

thing good and
Here is the
Commencing

AFTER

o'clock in the evening

will hold these

wife, or the working w

time to spare,

make their purchases.

Saturday and Monday Evenings
Will be the Sale Times of each week till further notice.
On these evenings wef 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 deen first class goods sold, merchan merchandise
dise merchandise that we have gotten jobs in and can afford to give
our customers the hpnefit of.
The Sales will go through the qilfcrnt departments olthe store in their tarn and offer
the public staple goods at thespJAFIER SUPPER SUES. Remember the dale of tie first
Sale SATURDAY, AUGUOT 30th, the next MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 1st,
and every Saturday and Monday thereafter.
BEAR I MIND THAT T3E BAZIAR IS FILLED TO THE CTILING WITH NEW GOODS AT LOW
PRICES FOR YOUR EVERY DAY INSPECTION.

T3ftie
F.
Marrying Among the PMgrims.
"Tbe Pilgrims cf (Plymouth Rock
fame did net believe. In ilving single
long after the death of a wife or hu
band." says Rev Mi' Dcran. a e
England pastor mother of
Peregrine White, the Irst while child
born in America, wa- married to Gov
Winslow when 6he was onl 12 weks
a widow atid he eight weeks a wid
ower" 1
Suffered Eczema 30 i'ears Now Well
Seems a long timjb to -endure the
awful burning, itahing, smarting,
skin disease known is "tetter" an another
other another name for eczerpa. Seems good
to realize also that r. Hobson's Ec Eczema
zema Eczema Ointment has fcroven a perfect
cure. Mrs. D. L. Kenny writes: "I can
not sufficiently expres my thanks for
your Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment.
It has cured my tetter, which has
troubled me for ovr fifty years."
Sold by Tydings k Co., Pfeifer
Chemical Co., St. Louis, Mo., Phila
delphia, Pa. Adv
About UmbrelliJ
You should never fold uj
b an umbrel-
la when it is wet. Always let it
stand with handle downward so that
the water can run off the ends of the
ribs instead of running toward the
ferrule end and rusting taat part of
the umbrella. 1
A TEXAS 1VOXDER
The Texas Wonler cures kidney
and bladder trouble, dissolves grav
el, cures diabetes,
backs, rheumatism,
Iveak and lame
nd all irregular irregular-and
and irregular-and bladder in
ities of the kidneys
both men and wo
men. Keguiates
bladder troubles in
fchildren. If not
sold by your drug
1st, will be sent
by mail on receipt
f $1. One small
bottle is two montas' treatment, and
seldom fails to penect, a cure. Send
for testimonials from this and other
states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive St..
St. Louis, Mo. Sold by druggists. Ad
Art's Development.
Arts and sciences ire not cast in a
mold, but are found ind perfected by
degrees, by often handling and polish polishing,
ing, polishing, as bears leisurely1 lick their cubs
Into shape. Montaigne,
"I was cured o2 diarrhoea hy one
dose of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Rmedy," writes M.
E. Gebhardt, Orille, Pa. There Is
nothing better. Ffcr sale by all deal dealers.
ers. dealers. Adv.

SippgiP
Urn

new for ofir customers.

latest
PPER
next

Saturday, August 30th, at 6:30

nd till closing
After Si

ipper Sales, when the busy house

Iman without
can c
me to this

Ocala Bazaar
P. GADSON, Proprietor

KXKJHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Loage Xo.ll9. Conventions',
held every Monday! at 7:30 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over tpe James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordiil welcome to vis
iting brothers. D. M. Tompkins, G. C
Chas. K. Sage, Kl R. S. Ad
The odor of snalfc perspiration
about the body can J)e gotten rid of
by using a little ofiT)arby's Prophy-
lacuc tiuia m me cam iud. it pur
ifies the skin thoroughly and lends a j
refreshing influeAe to the bath,
Price, large bottle, 50 cents. Sold:
by all druggistst-Adv.
Serioil
Matter.
serious in your at at-Hulks?''
Hulks?'' at-Hulks?'' Bones
Jones "Are yc
tentions to Mis
"Rather! Her ti
ther did me out of
$10,003 on the slock exchange last
month and I'll getlthat back if I have
to marry the wholAfamily for it."
THE UKS7 i'AIN KILLER
Bucklin's Ai
lica Salve when ap-
plied to a cut.
uie sprain or scald
or other injury!
of the skin will im im-e
e im-e all pain. E. E.
mediately rernoi
Chameberlain cf" Clinton, Me., says:
"It robs cuts Jnd other injuries of
their terrors,
its equal don't
for you. Only
Co's.
i.s a healing remedy

fcxist." Will do good'of the circuit cofirt of the fifth iudi-

5 cents at Tydings &
Adv

y (August 12, 191 In a certain cause
Does the Worl of Hundreds. hereln Pendingiwherein Joseph Bell
A machine has befcn perfected which J s complainant nd R. C. Muncaster
pours any dry powder into a paper 'is defendant, the undersigned "as re re-bag,
bag, re-bag, folds the bag, Jnakes a paper box jceiver in the said cause, will on
and places bag anf a folded circular J Mond the fit day of September,
within it, pastes on?the label and seals t
the box, at the rate of one thousand I A.D. 1913
five hundred boxes, Jan hour. j during the legal hours of sale, at the
west door of tpe court house in
Minister 1'raises This Laxative Ocala, Marion county, Florida, ofTer"
L for sale and sell to the highest and
Rev. H. Stubeenvoliof Allison, la., kest bidder forash all the office fur fur-in
in fur-in praising Dr. King'siNew Life Pills jniture and fixtures of the said parties
for constipation, writJs:" Dr. King s -complainant aid defendant, iately
New Life Pills are sulh perfect pills doing business fas Muncaster & Bell,
no home should be i ithout them.' J consisting chiey of one Underwood
No better regulator fdr the liver and (typewriter, on iron safe, one wall
bovls. Every pill gHiranteed. Price jdesk, etc., as ell as all of the ac-

25 cents at Tydings 9 Co.
i
Adv
Bound to Have lome Kick.
"Don't you want t& see the world
a place of complete peace and har harmony?"
mony?" harmony?" "No." replied Mr. Growcher.
"Just as soon as yod get the world
peaceful and harrconidsis a lot of peo people
ple people will arise and kk because com competition
petition competition has been eliminated."

SALES
time, the Bazaar
time in the day-
popular store, and
xotiJJe
Of l"iit Meeting of Creditors
In the District Court of the" United
State.--, for ihejSouthern District
of Florida.
In the Matter of Herman G. Miller,
Bankrupt In iBankruptcy.
To the creditor of Herman G.
Miller, in the county of Citrus, and
district foresaid, a bankrupt.
Notice is herebt given that on the
7th day of August, A. D. 1913, the
said Herman C,J Miller was duly
adjudicated bankrupt; and that the
first me'etinz off his rrpriitnra .-m t.a
jheld at my oiffce in Ocala, Fla., on
jthe 2nd day of September, A. D.
at 9 o clock in the forenoon, at
which time Jhe said creditors may
attend, provejf their claims, appoint a
trustee, examine the bankrupt, and
'transact sucn other business as mar
1)r0jierly co
e before the meeting.
G. C. McClure,
feree in Bankruptcy.
! Ocala, Fla.,
ug. 22, 1913. 8-25-lt
NOTICE
IX
Of Reviver's Sale
Notice is hereby given that acting
'under and by vjrtue of an order of
the Honorable W. S. Bullock, judge
I -M
cial circuit of qTlorida, in and for
i Marion county, n chancery, of date
. .....
counts and nots due to and held by
the said Mancalier & Bell.
8-14-3t C. E. Connor,
As Receiver of fMuncaster & Bell
Not Superstition.
Some people nefer go anywhere on
Friday because they never have any
money until Saturday.

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