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OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1913
HUNDREDS OE MILES BE HIGHWAY
S WITH IE JAMES B
IN A STALE DF WAR
jlMl'KOVKI) BY VKSTKIIDAY'S POPl'LAl! WORKINGS IX THK STATK
FICTURKSQUK OL RUFFIAN 1)1 Ell TUKSRAY
XICjIIT IX THK
Statesmen, Business Men, Profession I Mtn, Farmers and Day Iaborcros,
Side by Side, Wielded Pick and Shovel
EVEN MORE TIIAX THEY ARE IX A STATE OF THE AMERICAX
PASSED HALF HIS' LIFE IH
And Died With His Irons on Because
He Would Xot Promise Xot to
Try to Escape
Posses pursued them. Leroy was
jcapturei and lynched, but Bill Miner
iescaped safely, altar shooting up the
posse, but only slightly wounding a
few of the members.
A little later he was caught in
IDE CITY DEMOCRATS
Tuolumne county for robbery and
Scent up for twenty-five years. He
'Started work December 21, 1881, at
Atlanta, Ga., Sept. 4. A special ;San Quentin as Xo. 10191, and
from Mllledgeville to the Journal' emerged from prison July 17, 1901.
says: j Daring Train Robberies
Xobody in all the history of Am- j Although growing old and having
erica has a more notable career than 'paid a severe penalty, he started out
Old Bill Miner, who died at the 'in his career of lawlessness with
L'f O -V a.nvtvtsmSn- It a -m A HP .Anlk.' IT i
night at 9:25 o'clock. 1 23. 1903, he held up a train near
He was born in Jackson county, Puget Sound on the Canadian side,
Ky., in 1837; and there ho led thejhaving two confederates on the job.
wild free life of that section at that j They robbed all the passengers,
time. Throughout th& width and ;locted' the express cars and secured a
breadth of the state George Ander- j big haul, but all the robbers were
son was known before he was fifteen 'caught except Bill Miner Resting a
year's old. jfew months he again started his wild
Shortly afterwards he started westjcareer. With his two aides he held
and four years later was rounded up 'up a train, at Mission Junction, Brit Brit-for
for Brit-for robbery in San Joaquin county, jish Columbia, September 10, 1904,
April 5, 1S6G, when but nineteen and secured $10,000 in gold. The
years old. He was sentenced to San j government and express authorities
Joaquin prison, where he was known ; became frenzied at his daring rob rob-as
as rob-as prisoner No. 324S. He was dis-Jberies and the dominion government
charged June 9 of the same year, but 'offered $5,000 reward for him, while
July 12 he was sent up from Placer jthe express company offered a sim sim-county
county sim-county for a few months, which hejilar sum and the province of Brit Brit-served
served Brit-served as Xo,. 3313. jish Columbia augmented it by $2,o00
He was discharged, only to be 'more, making the total $12,500 to
sent up from Calaveras county, June be paid for "Old Bill" Miner, alive
20, 1S71, as Xo. 4902, but a new 'or dead.
trial was granted him and he was I But the redoubtable old fellow
taken back February 9, 1872, andjlaughed at their attempts to corner
returned March 30, 1S72, as Xo. ihim. He roamed the wilds of the
5206. country until May 9, 1906, when he
He tried to escape May 7, 1S74, (associated himself with Louis Col-
"aad had fnnr vpnrs arlrTpd tn his Hmo rmhnn and Trim Dunn and held nn an
but March 5, 1S77 his sentence was 'express train at Furrer, British Co-
commuted to twelve years and he lumbia. They made the engineer
was discharged July 14, 1880. uncouple and pull the car a mile
Real Activities 'away, but to the disgust of "Old
;Bill'' he found only registered mail,
;the express money being left in an another
other another car. He abandoned the rob
A Price on His Head
However, the big rewards were
Little Rock, Ark., Sept. 5. Busi-j
ness was suspended in Arkansas to-j
day while the people worked the j
reads. It was the first of two "good j
roads' days proclaimed by Governor
George W. Hayes and it was a sue-1
cess. Every citizen wielded the shov-jMu;t C!iose Whether Lady or (lent
el and the pick and the banker put, Ieman Shall Handle Their
in as long hours and worked just as j Mail
nara as me nirea lauorers. tiun-1
dreds of miles of highways were in
better shape last night than ever be before.
fore. before. Today will be a repetition.
Governor Major, of Missouri, who
came to Arkansas to give an "exhi "exhibition
bition "exhibition of fancy shoveling," put in a
good day's work. So did Governor
COillTOIi IGHOHB) Oil
hidden in the
I uae ny, bept. o. a primary
'election was held here this week for
jthe purpose of uominating a candi-
jdaie for the position of postmaster!
jat this place. The contest was lively
ibut passe I off in good shape. The re-
Striking Miners Cut Up the Coats of
Their Victims for Radges
suit was. that no candidate received
enough votes to be nominated, the
Hayes. In fact the Missouri execu-I te be!ts as follows: j. p Roberts
th e proved so good a workman that
j0; Miss Lula Cochrane, 30; O. X.
i n n i,; v v 1 1 iu icoiaia aua 1 1 1 1 'I 111 4 G T
help toaay. the two governors in $
the regulation overalls, were mem-J
bers of a gang assigned to a stretch 1
o? roadway near Little Rock.
The day was hot, the mercury g
The second round will be October
6, and as the two highest, Mr. Rob
erts and Miss Lula Cochrane, will bej
, tected against mn
Fhaup also told of being shot off
a hand car at Hnllv drove andhis
companion being killed. As he re re-vived,
vived, re-vived, he said he heard one striker
"Don't shoot any more; that's got
Waashington, Sept. 4. More law- 4"c u'dss
sen to a nospitai two miles away
with his arm broken by a bullet, an
other bullet buried below his should shoulder
er shoulder bia-e and a bullet wound in his
"ihe doctor at the hospital was
ai '"aid of trouble and put out the re report
port report that T had died on the operat operating
ing operating table," said Phaup.
l Incf mv (nat rn tho w n v tn tho
pressed by the committee, consisted j fa ita, an lhe next gu when
lessness and disorder exists today ;
muMS i fiiiii. v. i re rv, v it., uuai LUii.it; i
i section than at any period of its his-j
tory, according to testimony of Wal- 1
ter 8. Woods, general manager of i
the Standard Splint Coal company
on that creek, before the investiga
The lawlessness, he said, when
of general disorder among the min-
ters. The "more ladical ones" were!
i Mother Jones made a speech to the
the only candidates, we look for a!1"3- miners, she exhibited it and said it
real lively contest, this being Dade stirnns U1 trouble Wlth th.ose whoUvas decorated to suit her. The min-
ing dangerously near to the season's ; City's" first experience with a real reraainej at or ne Geaarea- !ers hung it on a fence and then cut
record, but the last reports are that woman in politics,
the workers are none the worse for'are very popular,
their exercise other the blistered j
nanus ana urea ooaies. j
Except in several counties where
roads are so bad 'because of lack of
moisture, it is deemed advisable to
postpone working them on the day Has Rocn
I mi v a
"The worst of it, there is no one toit U1) into jittie pieces to wear on
stop it," said he. There is not ajtheir coats as souvenirs. He testl testl-guard,
guard, testl-guard, or a special officer or any- Ced that te ha(i not seen thfi demon-
!body else to represent the law upon j stration himself.
HllpyifJP APAIfj itIie lower enJ ot the creek cow' exi
llO II 1 1 ll U ; nUnlll'06!11 one justice of the peace and he!
that was observed throughout the j
state. In hundreds of towns every j
place of business was closed. In those
His Own Ross and Will
Dents in the Tiger's
counties where it was impossible to! ew lorK- &eln- voters irom
wort tha rnar th nitin all sections of Xew York City crowd-
promised to put in time after the
The women nt Arkansas also didi
their part to make the day a success.
icept one justice of the peace and he;FinsT WIVES ARE
was one of the leaders of the strike RFCOMIXti FIERCE.
and is a socialist.
Senator Kenyon inquired if the
trouble was due to drink.
"Largely," replied Woods.
"They are more radical after the
hI city hall park yesterday and ask- tottles are 1)en'" su-es
jed Mayor Gaynor to become an inde- Stedman, attorney for,
,. 'pendent candidate for re-election. Mm9 XVorkers-
Mrs. Ward of Rraidentown Follows
the Example of Mrs. Godbee
Brailentown. Seut. 5. Dr.. Hi C:.
?sted Seymour !WarJ w h t here yesterday by hls.
i ne i; ui Lea
Generally their task was to provide j
the dinner pail, but at Forche Dam, I
near Little Rock,
beside the men
band, more than eighty years
Krsfe wife, from whom he got a di
vorce and married again.
The gathering was more like a Xewj Battles between the Faint Creek The nocting created a sensation
England town election than a formal j strikers and "guards" were describ- here happening, as it did. on Maitv
It was at this juncture Bill Miner;
began his real activities. Meetin
up with Bill Leroy, most noted of :
western bandits at that time, he
formed a partnership with him, go-j
ing under the name of W. A. Mor-";
gan. A month later they robbed the
Del Xoy stage coach of $3,500. j
led by W. W. Fhaup, in charge of the treet, directly in front of Duckwall's.
"I tpnnVr vmi thP nomination fnrisuards. The climax of his story was etnro at flip noon hour Two shntR-
twenty worked I mmhor of tho r.av. an account of his being left for dead -aT.Q firo i rhv ir WarH tho first
The leader of the i,,8!ri)P r-nnonnrino- that all loJafter an encounter on July 25, 1912. LT1 .-?, Tho so'cnmi struck
OlU, . : 1 i.s font ho cai-1 ?iiorrorl with hiillot'i-.. n
. , sen iei;iuiemeui6 iui uittRiug a iiului- : ur. w arj in ine arm.
jjiuuiiea iu nave ner wurters on
hand again today.
still in effect and the Canadian con con-(Concluded
(Concluded con-(Concluded on Seventh Page)
nation by petition had been made. j holes, was cut up at a miners' meet-; Following the shooting Mrs. Ward
I "I accept," said Mayor Gaynor. in3 and pieces worn on coat lapels v,a!ked down the street with the still
j"You are teaching the intelligent a3 souvenirs. smoking revolver in her hand and
i people of this city that they may He first told of 200 shots pouring surrendered to SheYiff Joe Gates. She
. nominate their candidate for office 'down upon his six men on May 29,iwas released under $1,000 bond. Dr.
An elegant line of lasers manu-'and not submit to having candidates 191 2, as they were on their war to 'Ward was walking with O. L. Stew Stew-script
script Stew-script covers, in any color that could imposed cn them by a little crowd of breakfast, without arms. He .then art when he wa3 fired on. Jealousy
be desired, just received at the Star men who follow politics as a dishon- j decided that a machine gun was nec- is supposed to be the reason for Mrs.,
office. est trade." jessary if the guards were to be pro- Ward's act. "j.
THE NUT CLUB
Yes, There's a Difference in Eggs.
By F. R. MORGAN
(Copyright, 1913, Western Newepuptr L'njon.)
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Tell The BoYS.
A' fPh gnilD flm (TlniiW aitd Save 1
I have a lot of Unredeemed Pledges and Drummers' Samples, In Jewelry of all kinds,
Suit Cases Trunks, Musical Instruments, Men's Clothing, Shoes and Furnishings and Sport Sporting
ing Sporting Goods that I am going to close out to you at Greatly Reduced Prices.
But you must act quick for everything will go fast. If you have anything to trade in I will make a liberal allowance on it. Come and Sec Me.
The Man Who Wants to Loan
9 You Money
Why Pay More?
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, F1U DAY", SEPTIlMBEIt 3, 1913
SOME EXCELLENT SCORES
Made by Our Soldier Hoys in Marks Marksmanship
manship Marksmanship Quite a number of the members
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Dr. C. W. Lindner of Martin was j
greeting his Ocala friends today.
Captain Frank Lytle, the Stanton
jrange grower, was in the city today
Mr. Pat Anderson's genial face is
now seen behind the Court Pharm Pharmacy's
acy's Pharmacy's fountain, dispensing soda.
Several important business changes
will take place in Ocala within the
next few days.
Mr. E. J. Crook is home from his
annual trip to. New York, where he
.spent three weeks.
Mr. J. W. Akin was at Waldo last
night, and attended a big meeting
of the K. of P. of that place.
Henry P. Spencer, one of Ocala's
best known citizens, is in the city
today on a business mission, arriving
last night. Tampa Tribune.
Mr. Claude C. Sims was a promi prominent
nent prominent Tampan seen on our streets
Rexall tooth paste, a perfect den den-trifice,
trifice, den-trifice, antiseptic and deodorant; 25c.
tubes, at Gerig's drug stores. 8-29
2dr. Y. E. Smith has gone to
tlainesville to take a position with a
.sewing machine firm.
10,000 VIOLET PLANTS At
$1.50 per 100, ready to plant; strict strictly
ly strictly cash. Heintz, the Florist. 8-25-12t
Ice cream at the Anderson Phar Pharmacy
macy Pharmacy is ten cents, either plain or
with crushed fruits. The QUALITY
3udge L. L. Hopkins was among
'jie prominent visitors in the city
today, returning "to his Belleview
" home in the afternoon.
TRexall toilet cream, an excellent
toilet requisite, a delicate cleanser
and beautifier. At Gerig's Drug
It is a little late in the season, but
we want to call your attention to
' 'ja nobby line of bathing caps which
you can find at the Court Pharm Pharmacy.
acy. Pharmacy. 9-2
Do you need. an alcohol stove to
take with you on early morning
. trips? You can heat water or coffee
four miqutes. Look at them at
the Court Pharmacy. 9-2
Mrs. W. M. Holloway arrived in
Gainesville Tuesday night from Tal Tallahassee,
lahassee, Tallahassee, having been summoned on
.account of the illness of Mr. Hollo Hollo-way,
way, Hollo-way, who has been confined to his
apartment in Hotel Graham since
Sunday night. He is still quite ill,
but is reported as slightly improved.
Lessrs. Edward Drake and Gor Gordon
don Gordon Moorhead, who have been sur surveying
veying surveying lands in Citrus and Sumter
counties for the pait month, came in
last night for a fet days. Mr. Moor-
bead has been illwith chills and
fever and came home for treatpie:
yMr. E. C. Smith was reading a
snost interesting book today, and of-
fered to lend it ,tc the reporter, who
liad to decline, because the volume
was printed in Esermto. Mr. Smith
fa miito nrnfiMonf In
The Seaboard Air Line must be believe
lieve believe the new union passenger sta station
tion station will be built. Its officers were
contemplating repairs on their pres present
ent present barnshackle edifice, but held
them up because they thought they
would soon be called on to help on
$he larger structure.
Mr. Jos. W. Dodge returned today
Srom a two-months stay in Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. His daughter, Miss Adelaide,
"fflo has been so very sick, is on the
Mgh road to recovery. Mr. Dodge
'will resume his" business and is ready
ta paint anything in the sign lan language
guage language for his friends.
Coming up the grade from the Sea Seaboard
board Seaboard crossing last night, train No.
of the Coast Line stuck at the top
of the hill and had to back to the
-crossing again to obtain headway to
elimb the grade. The train was pull pulled
ed pulled by No. 19, which was a mighty
fiae engine twenty years ago.
Another of the Coast Line's faith faith-ffnl
ffnl faith-ffnl but weary engines lay down for a
toatSsl needed rest at the freight de de-3Kt
3Kt de-3Kt this afternoon, and Xo. 39's pas passengers
sengers passengers were .waiting fpr a freight-
waller when the Star went to press.;
AT THE TEMI'LE THIS EVENING
Two comedies and two splendid
dramas are on the program at the
Temple tonight, and for an evening's
entertainment a better program could
not be arranged. Come early and
you can see the whole show and then
attend the band concert.
Following is the program:
'Love's Old, Sweet Song." An
Edison drama, and one you cannot
afford to miss.
'The Coming of Gretchen." Vita Vita-graph
graph Vita-graph comedy, and a good one.
"The Love Text." Lubin drama.
A HL'GE SUIT CASE
Mr. B. Goldman, of "Why Pay
More" fame, has the largest suit case
that we have ever seen. It is of the
accordeon variety, and like the stock
of some corporations, capable of
much swelling. It is 30 inches long,
has handles on each end like a
steamer trunk, and is of solid sole
leather. He has just received it and
exhibits it with much pride.
A BEAUTIFUL, PERMANENT,
U'ASHAISLE, NEW WALL FINISH
Any one contemplating wall paper papering,
ing, papering, painting or kalsomining of walls
should see the beautiful, new, sani sanitary,
tary, sanitary, permanent, washable finish of
two rooms in the Ocala National
Bank. Those who have seen it con consider
sider consider it superior to anything ever of offered
fered offered in this territory and prices are
very reasonable. For. information
see Mclver & MacKay. Adv. 9-5-f
At the meeting of the Moose last
night, Messrs. R. S. Rogers and Her
man Warshauer were initiated, and
the names of ten other prominent
citizens, who are applicants for mem
bership, were favorably balloted on.
The Moose now have their clubhouse
in good shape; most of the rooms are
taken and the buffet is serving meals
to all who require them. They in
tend to give quite a celebration at
next Thursday night's meeting
There will be a large number of in
itiations, and, after the ceremonies,
refreshments to console the candi
dates and cheer the older members.
They have a seductive delicacy
called the banana split at the Ander
son Pharmacy. A lady went in yes
terday, asked the price of a "banana
split," and on being told ten cents,
asked "How much for a whole one."
THE FIRE TODAY
The fire today was at the intersed-
tion of the S. A. L. Railway with
X First street, and was extinguished
with only the loss of part of the .roof.
When the firemen reached the fire
the roof of the house was in a blaze
and they surprised themselves by
saving the house. The property, a
large and very tall two-story house,-
wned by a colored man, Richard
Dickarson. The firemen used the
chemital engine and the water hose
as well, 1000 feet of the latter be being
ing being laid and used.
the department raced out Ex-
osition street, it crossed the track
of a line of log wagons coming up
outh Orange. One of the wagons
hWd up to let the auto enema go by.
then the driver started his team
ahead just in time to meet the hose
wagon as it came full tilt. The two
teams collided, and the harness was
torn clear off one of the fire horses,
but no other harm was done to him.
The mules of the log team were
knocked sideways, but were not
NEAR CAPE HATTERAS
Schooner and Two Lives Lost in Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday Night's Storm
Norfolk, Va., Sept. 5. A severe
northeast storm swept the Virginia
Xorth Carolina and Maryland coast
yesterday with the wind reaching a
maximum velocity at Cape Henry
early this morning of forty-eight
miles an hour from the east. The
four masted schooner Richard F.
Hartley from New York to Charles Charleston,
ton, Charleston, S. C, went ashore between Bod Bod-ie's
ie's Bod-ie's Island and Cape Hatteras with
the loss of two members of her
crew, broke up last night and much
of the wreckage came ashore along
DR. W. K. LANE Specialist, Eye
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office Law
Library Building, Ocala. Adv.
WANTED A second hand ice
box; one that will hold 100 pounds
of ice; must be in good repair and
at reasonable price. Address S. JK.
L., care tSar. 9-5-6t
of the local military company were
out on their range Thursday, con
testing for the company marksman
ship medal. Several excellent scores
were made. The medal was won by
Sergeant Frank L. Booher. The
company has a number of very good
shots, and is working with the view
of winning the state trophy next
DELEGATES TO DETROIT
To Attend American Road Congress.
Mayor Robertson of Ocala Re Requested
quested Requested to Name Three
Washington, Sept. 5 Mayor J. D.
Robertson of Ocala, has been re requested
quested requested by President Logan Waaller
Page, of the American Road Con Congress
gress Congress and director of the United
States office of public roads, to name
three delegates to attend the ses sessions
sions sessions of the congress at Detroit dur during
ing during the week of September 29 as the
representatives of the city.
ON HIS WAY TO THE ASYLUM
Thau Will Probably be Handed
Over to His Custodians
Coaticook, Quebec, Sept. 5. Har Harry
ry Harry Thaw was not "railroaded" across
the border by the immigration au authorities
thorities authorities yesterday as counsel had
predicted. A special board of inquiry
sat in his case from 10 o'clock in the
morning until late in the afternoon
and then adjourned until 9:30
o'clock this morning.
Unable to show that he had come
into the Dominion at any recognized
port of entry, Thaw virtually was
convicted of entering by stealth. On
this charge alone he can be deported.
But on this charge he could appeal
to the minister of the interior, while
there would be no appeal should he
be found insane. If found of un unsound
sound unsound mind, the board can deport
Thaw direct to the New York line.
This would mean swift return to
Matteawan. Conviction on either of
the other two changes would mean
deportation to Vermont.
HEAVY LOSS INFLICTED
RY THE HURRICANE
Coast Towns Sustained Great Dam
age, and Hundreds of People
May Have lleen Drowned
Raleigh, N. C, Sept. 5. The hur hurricane
ricane hurricane that swept the coast of Xorth
Carolina did heavy damage. More-
head City, Beaufort, Xewbern,
Washington and dozens of smaller
towns along the coast suffered great
There is great apprehension that
Ocracoke Island, in Pamlico Sound,
has been stormswept and its inhabi inhabitants
tants inhabitants drowned. Some 500 persons
made their homes on ,the island.
Damage estimated at $3,000,000
was done in Beaufort and Orange
counties by the hurricane. The Pam
lico river overflowed its banks, in inundating
undating inundating a large portion of the bus business
iness business and manufacturing districts
here. Many factories along the wa
terfront were destroyed. Shipping
suffered heavy damages.
Rig Schooner Wrecked
Xorfolk, Va., Sept. 5. Driven
ashore by the storm, the six-masted
schooner George W. Wells, is a total
wreck off the coast of Hatteras.
Twenty men, two women and two
babies were rescued from the schoon schooner
er schooner by life savers.
As Far North as New York
New York, Sept. 5. This city for
four hours ending shortly after mid midnight
night midnight tonight, was in the grasp of
one of the severest local storms of
the year. Three and one-half in inches
ches inches of rain fell in that short time
and lightning struck several roofs of
skyscrapers starting one or two
MARION COUNTY DIRECTORY
Judge Circuit Court W. S. Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, Ocala.
District Attorney E. W. Davis,
Clerk Circuit Court P. H. Nugent,
Sheriff J. P. Galloway, Ocala.
Tax Collector W. L. Colbert,
Tax Assessor Alfred Ayer, Ocala.
Treasurer John M. Graham,
Surveyor W. A. Moorhead, Ocala.
Judge of Probate Wm. E. Smith,
County Commissioners C. Carmi Carmi-chael,
chael, Carmi-chael, Ocala; J. W. Davis. Summer Summer-field;
field; Summer-field; W t. Henderson, Lynne; D. G.
Watkins, Dunnellon; Walter Luff Luff-man,
man, Luff-man, Sparr.
Board Public Instruction J. H.
Brinson, Superintendent, Ocala; B.
R. Blitch, Blitchton; J. S. Grantham,
Fort McCoy; W. D. Cam, Ocala.
Wash rags and bath towels at the
Court Pharmacy. 9-2
USE STAR WANT ADS
Tomorrow will be the last
day of this great sale.
If you haven't patronized
this great sale, you hayerlost
money. You should come
here the last day and get your
share of the great values.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6
is Positively the Last Day
Remember that Everything
in the store is Reduced
for this Day.
Our Special for, the last day
of this sale will be a set (6) of
Full size, for
one set to a customer.
Sale on all day. 1
These Glass Tumblers
worth more than double
FOR RESULTS They
"Deliver the Goods'
THE OCALA EVEXIXG STAR, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1913
gate. vi s
The real harvest that any man expects is the
financial harvest. After you have worked hard for
your money, what are you going to do with it? Is it
going to be frittered away in silly extravagances?
Not if you are WISE. Your own labor is your best
asset. Do not waste the result of it on foolish things,
but put as much as possible of it into the bank for
that DECEMBER of your life that is bound to come.
DO YOUR. BANKING WITH US
4 per cent Interest on Savings Accounts
"an honest man may have a bad title through no fault of his own"
"a good man does not always mean a nood title
"men pass away, titles run on forever
"an abstract of title is the only means by which you can determine
whether you are buying land or a lawsuit"
W. II MARSH
At This Period Use All
s Saiefliiards tor Contorts and Well Being
The best and most practical of these is ice our ice. It preserves
your food, conserves your health, increases your pleasure, does
you good in ways too numerous to mention and all for a little
OCALA ICE & PACKING CO.
Broadway and 14th street. Union Square.
? NEW YORK.
Clean, Comfortable, Convenient and
. Home Like Hotel, on the Amer American
ican American and European Plans.
florida title and ab tract co.
. American Plan, JjfcJ per day and up.
European Plan, $1 per day and
up. Special Weekly Rates.
Honor Koli of Volunteers for
IHitchton lioad Workings
Dr. J. E. Chace with man
j Jake Brown, self, two drays. j
F. W. Ditto, self and aura and twoj
H. Von Engelken, self, auto
i and laborer.
j A rs
J. R. Modrhead, aid serving1
! Mrs. Ola Potter, same as above. ;
' Mrs. B. H. Seymour, as above. i
Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk, same as above.!
Mrs. Mae Bingham, same as above.;
YV. C. Blanchard, self.
Joseph P. Taylor, self, son and
team. Mr. Taylor lives on the Blitch-'
Perry Edwards, colored, self and
H. A. Fausett, self and two teams.
J. F. Hall, self.
Judge Bell, self and auto.
J. G. Kichlxne.
C. A. Scandrett.
Ocala Evening Star.
W. T, Gary, mule and wagon and
J. P. Phillips, mule and wagon
R. S. Abbott, professional ser services.
vices. services. Dr. Boozer, self and laborer.
Dr. Walter Hood, self and laborer.
Marcus Frank, entire force of
S. T. Sistrunk, self and man.
Seymour, self, auto and two
Jones, self, auto and eight
A. J. Leavengood, self.
It. C. Loveridge, self.
Ed Carmichael, self and two
Capt. Tucker. Do his best.
Irs. YV. H. Anderson and Saugh Saugh-ter,
ter, Saugh-ter, dinner for twelve.
W. F. Blesch, laborer.
II. S. Chambers, laborer.
D. S. Welsh, self.
C. I. Anderson, self and laborer.
Ocala Heights Dairy, team.
II. H. Whitworth, self and man.
Mrs. W. V. Xewsom. assist with
Ocala Lumber & Supply Co., team
and driver, probably two.
Ocala Boy Scouts.
.J. W. Coulter, self, two hands, one
J. T. Burgess, self.
S. Pinkney, self.
Dr. Blitch, auto, family and whole
L. M. Murray, laborer.
M. Fishel, son and force.
Marion Hardware Company, H..B.
Clarkson and twelve men with shov shovels,
els, shovels, and one automobile for use dur during
ing during the day.
The Carmichael & Son Co., one
double team and two men.
J. L. Edwards, self and three la laborers.
borers. laborers. Charles Fishel.
C. E. Hightower.
A. G. Gates and auto.
C. L. Fox, self or laborer.
Mclver & MacKay, two teams and
D. E. Mclver, two laborers and
C. V. Roberts, one laborer "and
Hayes & Guynn, one man.
C. L. Sistrunk, one laborer.
Herman Warshauer, self or man.
B. Goldman, laborer.
Joseph Malever, self and buggy.
J. W. Akin, laborer.
Carlisle Drugstore, two laborers.
Dr. Boozer, five men.
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.- one la laborer.
borer. laborer. F. P. Gadson, one laborer.
Tompkins & Cobb, double team
Jerry Burnett, one man.
D. W. Goodwin, $1.
Dodson & Rentz, one man.
C. J. Johnson, one man.
C. L. Izlar, self and auto.
R. F. Rogers, self and one man.
G. R. Smith, one day.
D. M. Barco, self.
W. K. Zewadski, self and laborer.
C. W. Smith, self and man.
G. W. Ray. one man.
J. P. Galloway, self and two labor laborers.
ers. laborers. Cash, $1.23.
C. E. Connor, self and man.
Wm. M. Gober, one day or $1.
L. A. Snow, one man.
Alfred Aver, $1.
E. T. Helvenston, one day.
Knight & Lang, 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
J. R. Dewey, self and one man.
L. F. Ballard, self one day.
A. E. Burnett, self and laborer.
M. A. TenEyck, self and laborer.
Mrs. F. W. Ditto and Mrs. Mamie;
Fox, dinner for ten and assistauiv.
W. H. Anderson, self and three
sons, two-hcrse wagon and all nec necessary
essary necessary tools.
J. T. Hall. self.
Fred J. Burden self and team.
Charles E. French, self.
Henry Gordon, 31.50.
Z. C. Chambiis;, self auto and
James Duffy, one day.
Jim Duffy, one day.
J. M. Whisenant and son, one day.
II. C. Muneaster,
elf, labor, moral
i William Butler.
V. J. Nelson, self.
J. A. Morris, Jr., and three men.
Mafon Spelling, self.
G. T. Liddon, self, double team
J. W. Jenkins and team.
Joe Potter and team.
Gordon MocrheaJ, services.
Cordon Sinclair, services.
Dr. F. E. McCIane, self, aato and
L. S. Light, self and three men.
F. G. B. Weihe, self.
Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe, self.
F. E. Weihe.
Mrs. P. V. Leavengcod, help.
Dr. Blitch, auto, family and outfit.
Nathan Mayo, self, auto, double
team and driver.
J. M. Peterson, self or man.
H. B. Clarkson, 12 men with, shov shovels,
els, shovels, one 'team and automobile.
Glover Miller, self.
AT THE TEMPLE
Manager Bennett has secured the
following plays for the coming sea season:
son: season: September
14. Temperance lecture.
25th. Edward D'Oize in "The
Merchant of Venice."
17 and 18. Edison Talking Pic Pictures.
tures. Pictures. 27. Local talent, benefit hospital.
28th. Bert Leigh in "The Little
The Barbpr of Seville."
"The Leopard Spots."
Niel O'Brien Minstrels.
"Bought and Paid For."
1. Divorce Question.
5, "The Shepherd of the Hills."
17th. "Polly of the Circus."
26th. The Smart Set.
27th. "The Spring Maid."
1. Smart Set.
23rd. Evan's Honey Boy
"The Rose Maid."
4 th to
AT THE OCALA POSTOFFICE
Advertised list of unclaimed
ters for the week ended Sept.
lst, let-lst, 1913:
Anderson Berry, W. R. Bryce, I.
J. P. Cox.
Albert Dixon, It. W. Davis, D. A.
Harish Evins, W. D. Evans.
F. B. Fort.
O. B. James Johnson & Tompkins.
Capt. J. D. Livingston, J. C. Lea.
Malaciro Mickens. Wr. Will Mear Mear-ion,
ion, Mear-ion, D. H. Marsh, Maraliner (Mr.)
Moore, Joe Morgan, Will Moore.
J. R. Sutton, H. B. Stuckey, Mac Mac-celler
celler Mac-celler Smith.
Prof. H. W. Washington, Charlie
Williams, Sal (Mr.) Wilson.
Mies Minnie Baxley.
Mrs. Annie Creese.
Mrs. Rebecca Daniels, Miss Alber Alber-tha
tha Alber-tha Dooling.
Mrs. Hattie FoorJ.
Miss Amione Gale, Edith XM Green.
Mrs. E. L. Johnson, Miss Rosalie
Jones, Miss Eva Johnson, Miss Ida
Mrs. E. H. Long.
Mrs. Rosa Mathers, Miss Mamie
McNeil, Miss Mamie McNeil, Miss
Ada McGlotha, Msr. Mary Mackner.
Mrs. A. D. Parrish.
Mrs. Catherine Landers.
Miss Pearl Taylor, Mrs. Katie Tay Taylor.
lor. Taylor. I Miss Mamie Wood, Miss Mary
iBelle'Wise, Miss Annie Williams,
Mrs. Inez Wilson.
Returned from I). Ij. O.
Fred Cooper, J. R. Heath, S. H. P.
4S west Third St., R. W. Wonce.
OPEN DAY AND IGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.
Where Is Your Money?
While the family was at dinner over $900, hid in
a desk upstairs, was stolen from a St. Louis, Mo.,
Depositing money in a strong institution is the
best insurance against fire, burglars and dishonest
A safety deposit box also affords absolute securi security,
ty, security, at a cost of as little as $3 per year, for money,
jewelry and all valuable papers.
Large and small accounts welcomed.
Ocala Wat losiel Baiik
IMTFJ) STATES DEPOSITORY
Senate Majority Defeated an Attempt
to Put Tariff Train On
Washington, Sept. 5 One of the
rocks that threatened the peaceful
passage of the Underwood-Simmons
tariff bill dissolved into thin air yes yesterday
terday yesterday when the Senate majority
swung solidly into line behind its
leaders to defeat an amendment de designed
signed designed to regulate trusts.
The Senate rejected a proposal by
Senator Kenyon to put aluminum on
the free list. Senator Kenyon and
those who joined him in supporting
the amendment declared that the
manufacture of aluminum in the
United States was in the control of a
monopoly the aluminum compay of
The vote was accepted as a pre prelude
lude prelude to action upon another amend amendment
ment amendment proposing to free list the manu manufacture
facture manufacture of all combinations declared
by the courts to be monopolies.
Chairman Simmons of the finance
committe announced that it was not
the purpose of the majority to legis legislate
late legislate on the trust question at-the pres present
ent present time. He agreed that the Balti
more convention declared against
trust-made products, but said that
this was not the tinia for trust leg legislation.
islation. legislation. He said Congress has spent
the summer on the tariff and the fall
on currency and promises that when
these matters were disposed of trust
legislation would be taken up. He
prophesied that winter would find
the legislators still in session.
MUST HAVE THE ST A II
A subscriber of the Star who is
now sojourning in Missouri, writes
as: "I have been up here two weeks
without the Star, and it seems like a
month. Send me this week's and
last week's papers. The weather out
here is very warm; no rain for three
months; crops almost a complete
failure; thermometer reaches 112 in
the shade; people sleeping out in the
yards and in the streets."
Send for Catalogue
We are agents for Park and Pil Pil-lard's
lard's Pil-lard's Chicken Feeds; Mandy Lee
and Buckeye Incubators and handle
all kinds or Poultry Remedies and
Supplies. GUR SEEDS ARE THE
3E3T. WALTON SEED COMPANY,
C8 E. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
WARD TWO REVISED
Ocala, Fla., Sept. 1, 1913.
City council held special meeting
on this date and revised the regis registration
tration registration book of ward two of the city.
The following names were stricken:
Anderson, William; dead.
Bitting, H. B.; moved.
Bobbitt, A. M.; moved.
Boone, A. B.; moved.
Beck, L. S.; dead.
Chambers, Geo. G.; moved.
Dekle, J. O.; moved.
Ford, Geo. H.; moved.
Goddard, J. M.; moved.
Hendricks, R. V.; moved.
Kichline, J. G.; moved.
Keating, R. L. ; moved.
Leach, J. S. ; moved.
Livingston, Thos. M.; moveJ.
Marlowe, W. F. ; moieJ.
Magaw, Fred B.; moved.
Miller, C. V. ; moved.
Phillips, C. J.; moved.
Palmer. H .D.; moved.
Pyles, S. J.; moved.
Raysor. J. C. ; moved.
Smith. J. C; moved.
Tignor, O. C; moved,
t Tucker, R. E.; moved..
Tipton, J. J.; moved.
Walkley, A. E. ; moved.
The council will hear complaints
Thursday, September ISth, for res restoration
toration restoration of names stricken.
9 22-tues H. C. Sistrunk,
Clerk and Ex-Officio Supervisor of
Registration of the City of Ocala.
But Some of Them Don't.
A self-made man ought to have too
much sense to boast about it in the
presence of his wife. Toledo Blade.
TIIYlXfS TO, FINISH
VP OX THK TAIIIFP
Washington, Sept. 5. Democratic
leaders of the Senate will begin a
supreme effort today to complete the
tariff bill and pass it before adjourn adjournment
ment adjournment Saturday night. The Senate
last night adjourned until 2 o'clock
this afternoon; and the final session
of the democratic tariff caucus will
be held tomorrow morning.
RRIVAL A VI) DEPARTURE
OP TRAINS AT OCAIiA
The follow'nfr schedule !s not paid
for, but Is prlnisd for the information
yt the public. The railroads are re re-jited
jited re-jited to send In correction? when whenever
ever whenever necessary.
SK ABOARD AIR LINE
3 1:05 p.m
9 (Limited) .. .2:30 p.m.
1 i:5 a.m.
2 2:25 a.m.
4 12:50 p-m.
1:40 a. no.
(Limited).. 4:20 p m.
T"..e limited leaves Jacksonville at
11:30 a. m. and arrives in Tampa at 6
P in. It leaves Tampa at 1 p. m. and;
trrives in Jacksonville at 7:30 p. m. It
tops only at Turkey Creek, Plant City,
Dade City, W'ldwood, Ocala, Starke
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
Southbound Jax. and St. Petersburg:
So. 9 10:35 p.m. 10:46 p.m.
So. 39 2:40 p.m. 2:42 p.nu.
iiothbouDiI -Ocala and L.akela&.
'o. 35 (Sunnyjlm) 6:5 s:m?
Northbound Jax. and St. Petersburg:
So. 10 5:19 a.m 5:20 a-m.
Xu. 40 12:54 p.m. 1:14 p.m..
Nor Hi bound Lakeland and Ocala
Nro. 32 (Sunnyjlm).... Arrive 9:50 p.m:
Ocala and Ilomosassa
l eave No. 49 ; 8. TO- airru..
1 eave No. 47 2:25 ftau,,
vrriv No. 44 :2:5 p.ni
rnve No. 48 5:00 p.m.
.,v. for Palatka.. 7:30 a.m. l:25 p.nt.
Sunday trains .... 8:00 a.Trt. 1:25 p.nn
r. from Palatka 10:40 a.rr VlO p.m.
XOTICK FOB PAVIXO 11IDS
Notice is hereby given that the city
council of the city of Ocala, Marion
county. Florida, at its regular 'meeting"
to be held at the city hall, in the city city-of
of city-of Ocala, on
THCtMlav. hr 7h day of October, A. 1 J.
1!ti:?. at 7:30 o'clock p. m
will consider bids for the construction,
of sidewalks and curb.- (not already already-constructed)
constructed) already-constructed) on both sides of "Expo "Exposition
sition "Exposition street or Broadway," bepinninar
t "Pine street" and running west to
the city limits, 'old boundary), in ac accordance
cordance accordance with the spt-cifica tiors row
nn file in the city clerk's office, set
forth in the ordinance providing for
the construction of sidewalks amT
curbs on "Exposition street or Iroad Iroad-wav."
wav." Iroad-wav." Said bids to be sealed and filed with
he city clerk of the city of Ocala at
least five davs prior to the said 7th
Jnv of October. A. D. 1913.
The council reserves the right to re reject
ject reject anv or all bids submitted.
h. a. weathers;
President of te City CounciT.
Yttes: 1 1. C. SISTRUNK.
City Clerk. 9-3-wed
Annllrntlim for Tax Deed I'ndtr
Section H of Chapter 4SS
Latvit of Florida
Notice is hereby given that Hubert
L. Shearer, purchaser of tax certifi certificate
cate certificate No. 367, dated the 5th day oT
I-re. A. D. 1911. has filed said cer certificate
tificate certificate in my office, and hm made ap application
plication application for tax deed to issue in ac-cor'i-cp
with liw. Slid certificate
embraces the following described
situated In Marion county. Florida, to to-vit:
vit: to-vit: SwVi of nw'j and nw',J of swi
c(" tp 15 s r 21 e 8? acres. Th
'.i !and beinar assessed at the date of
:he issuance of such certificate in the the-naTe
naTe the-naTe of S. R. Stevenson. Unless said"
"ertlficate shall be redeemed according
to law. lax deed will issue thereon the
17lh day of etember, A. IJ. 1913
''it'-'e.-s my offi-ial signature and
-e-! tiiis te 16th dav of -nriit. A. D
1 J.!3. Seal) p." H. NUGENT.
:hrU frr.ift Court Marion County
F'.or'da. 8-16-Sat dly
Notice Is hereby eiven that I. th th-undersigned
undersigned th-undersigned commissioner, under and
by v'rtue of an order, made and enter entered
ed entered on the 8th day of Ausrust. 1913. by
the Honorable V. E. Smith. Judge of
probate, in and for Marion county,
Florida, in the matter of the applica application
tion application of D. A. Smith, administrator
the estate of A. L. Barber, decesed.
for an order to sell certain lands oe oe-longing
longing oe-longing to the said estate, I will offer
for sale and sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash at the west door of
the court house in Ocala. Marior
county. Florida. between the lega!
hours of sale on
Monday, tbr Mb day of September. IMS
the following described real estate, to to-wit:
wit: to-wit: Lots 7 and 8 of block 2 of subdivfs.
ion of blocks 3 and 4 of Allred'g addi addition
tion addition to Ocala. Fla, and all appurten appurtenances
ances appurtenances thereto.
This Sth day of August. 1913.
G. C. McCLtjRE.
8-9-dly 5t sat Commissioner.
Wireless on Bicycle.
A resident of Nottingham, En&, has
mounted a wireless telegraph plant oa
his motorcycle and has received mes messages
sages messages as he was moving over tLa
THE OCA LA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1913
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
lilTTIXGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
IS. IX. Carroll, General Jlanaer Port V. Leaven'good, Business Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ccala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.
years ago, those Bethlehem steel j
workers who were shot down like
cattle in Pennsylvania, wanted to;
dec-orate the colonel with the "Grand!
iCross of the Orang--ou-tang." De-J
The Star "begs leave to inform its
usually accurate contemporary that;
the steel workers were not shotj
down. They did the shooting. Theyj
(were starved into submission later, j
j however; which was practically the j
One year, in advance $5.00
Six months, in advance 2.50
Three months, in advance.... 1.25
e month, in advance .50
One year, in advance ....$8.00
Six months, in advance 4.25
Three months, in advance.... 2.25
One month, in advance SO
HEAL WRECKERS OF RAILROADS the tad and the beach now fairly
tinkles. The fad was voted a great
The following from the Xev York success until a man walked into the
World is a scathing arraignment of
the men who in order to obtain mon-
A LARGER ORGANIZATION
State Chamber of Commerce May i
Become a Part of the Southern
The relation existing between a bank and its customers should be reciprocal
each helping the other. This is the basis on which we seek the business in
Ocala and Marion-County.
Our knowledge of business conditions in this section," our large resources,
our out-side connections and a strong directorate, enable us to give a banking
service to customers entirely fitted to their individual requirements.
unroe ; Oiambliss .''Bank
Mr. J. D. Rooney, secretary of the t m
Marion County Board of Trade, hasj
received a letter from Mr. H. H. ;
ey to manipulate the stock market j trousers legs to which was attached a
are willing to expose their fellow; cow bell. The fad blew up
citizens to death or life-long injury
No Rockefeller is ever killed in
any of the wrecks on the New Hav Haven
en Haven Railroad.
No Morgan is ever killed.
-No director is ever killed.
None of the bankers who have
dining room of one of the hotels Richardson, secretary of the State
with a pink garter around one of his Chamber of Commerce announcing
that a proposition to join the South-
ern Settlement and Development Or- j
ganization will be submitted to the '.
THE REAL FLORIDA
Lditor Howard of the Orlando,
Citizen is exactly right when
says: "The railroad tourist never
sees the sure enough Florida. He
bled the system white is ever killed. 'takes the train at Jacksonville and
The New Haven's victims are 'railroads it forty miles an hour thru
members of the body at the meeting
in Ocala next month. Considering
the circumstances, it seems to the ;
he! Star that. the proposition is quite
timely. Mr. Richardson's letter fol-'
Jacksonville, Fla., Sept. 1, lifl3
Mr. J. D. Rooney: Dear Sir: Af-
General Building Contractors
lilock North East of Postoffice,
303 North Osceola Street.
ing about, because the real beauty Commerce, the idea of its being ab-;
spots, the finest properties, the best ;sorbed into the Southern Settlement'
orange groves and nature's own rare
MUST 15E POSTED
Uti1 Trtx 1 f A f cnAirtii'n- M T ii 1 r i ti ft A!ut 1 r 1 M ,! 5 nl r
scenes are not along the beaten high-
da Department. The plans of this
scrupulously selected from the mill-(the pine barrens, skirts the saw grassier a conference with Mr. Clay Stan-; Bmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
ions who are obliged to depend upon lakes or river, dashes in on theford. president of the Chamber of, r
that railroad for transportation. j wrong side of the towns, makes a Commerce of Florida, regarding the1 j
The story of the New Haven wrecklpop call here and returns home and!maUer of the annual meeting which wife, and F. B. Hester, was taken to j
is substantially the story of the other gives a moving picture description, is due to be held in Ocala in October,. Covington Ga., where it will be in-!
wrecks tnat nave drenched theigood or bad, as it happens to strike next, it was aeciaea mat we snoum terreu in me iamuy uurjmg grouuu
right-of-wav in blood durine the last him. But the real Florida he has submit to each of the subscribing
two years. The differences of detail actually passed by and knows noth-'members of the State Chamber of PLTJLIC ROADS
The central fact is that here is a
Tailroad system that ought to be the
best managed and the most profita profitable
ble profitable in the country. It runs practi practically
cally practically through a continuous city from
New Ycrk to Boston. When the
Rockefeller-Morgan interests gained
control its stock had been quoted as
liigh as 225 4, and there were no
reasonable limits to the possibilities
of its legitimate development. Under
these Wall street banking methods
the stock has fallen to 90 M, and the
system's record of successive disas-
A GOOD SUGGESTION
way, but nestle away in nooks and organization, for the settlement and
crannies, oftimes hidden from pub- development of the southern states,
lie view and must be searched out." are tne most complete, comprehen
sive and business like which have
ever been evolved for he purpose.
The Florida department was organ-
The Star quite approves the fol-iized at a meeting held in Gainesville
lowing from the Jacksonville Me Metropolis:
tropolis: Metropolis: Among the good things done by
the last legislature was to make the
ters is without a parallel in the his- crime of wife and child desertion a
felony instead of a
tory of American railroad manage management.
ment. management. The bankers who loaded the com company
pany company down with more than $200, $200,-'000,000
'000,000 $200,-'000,000 in securities in order to
build up a monopoly for their fur further
ther further financial aggrandizement have
wrecked the management with
same thoroughness that the manage
merit wrecks its trains. Only a rail railroad
road railroad utterly demoralized in its op operating
erating operating department and hopelessly
unequipped to handle its tremendous
volume of traffic could achieve the
record of manslaughter in which the
INew Haven is now without a rival.
Mr. Mellen has retired in the
storm of public indignation and Mr.
Elliott has succeeded him, but the
fruits of the Morgan-Rockefeller pol policy
icy policy are still gathered in a harvest of
thereby making it possible for the
courts to send a deserter to the tur turpentine
pentine turpentine camps for a period somewhat
comensurate with the despicable
character of his offense.
While these wretches serve in
a few weeks ago, and one of the com committees
mittees committees of the department is to be
known as the Commercial Commit
tee, which is to be composed of the
presidents and the secretaries of the
commercial bodies of the state, hav having
ing having in view the scuring, through the
organization, new settlers and new
industries The president and the
secretary are convinced that it will
be the best plan for the State Cham Chamber
ber Chamber of Commerce to be absorbed In-
thejeamps, though, their helpless charges! ths organization, and under the & back
ge-jare without support, and therefore instructions of the president, I am' t
the enforcement of the law gives
them little or no relief. The state,
on the other hand, receives a con considerable
siderable considerable sum monthly for the lease
of the deserter to the naval stores
Why not make the law really ef effective
fective effective and give to the wife and chil children
dren children of the convicted deserter all or
a part of the money paid for his ser services,
vices, services, thereby making the vagabond
suffer for his heartlessness and at
corpses. What is worse, this harvest j the same time provide for those to
is likely to continue indefinitely; for; whom his life should be given, if
nothing short of a miracle could im-! necessary?
mediately rehabilitate a railroad Will another legislative session
system that is demoralized as the 'pass without this defect in the de-
New Haven is demoralized. sertion law being remedied?
The New Haven's passengers are
paying in life and limb for the pol policy
icy policy that William Rockefeller and J.
P. Morgan, with their financial as
sociates, forced upon the company.
It was not at New Haven but in Wall
street that the White Mountain ex express
press express ploughed through the Bar Har Harbor
bor Harbor express yesterday. It was not at
.New Haven but in Wall street that
the signals were disregarded and the
torpedoes ignored. It was not at
New Haven but in Wall street that
engine No. 1337 ripped through the
wooden Pullmans and crushed their
helpless inmates to death.
This is Wall street's wreck, and
the blood of the victims is on the
hands of the highly respectable
financiers who for their own profit
xtve converted a great railroad sys system
tem system into a shambles.
Is anything more monotonous than
being' good? Jacksonville Metrop Metropolis.
olis. Metropolis. We never tried it, but if ennui is
driving you to consideration of
changing your ways, we beg to ad advise
vise advise you that being bad is also tedious.
A dispatch from a fashionable wa watering
tering watering place on Martha's Vineyard
says, a woman bather started the fad
Has the governor of Florida, or
the commissioner of agriculture, a
contingent fund that could be used
to employ a competent person to in investigate
vestigate investigate the clay deposits of the
state and publish data as to their
fitness for the manufacture of vit vitrified
rified vitrified brick? Could money be used
for a better purpose? DeLand
This inquiry is in line with Secre Secretary
tary Secretary Rooney's suggestion for paving
Florida roads with Florida brick.
sending you this letter to secure
your views on the subject. :
The following cities' commercial
bodies joined the State Chamber of
Commerce: Jasper, Kissimmee, Tit Tit-usville,
usville, Tit-usville, Lakeland, Ocala, St. Peters
burg, Leesburg, Orlando, Eustis,
Lake Worth, Palatka and Apopka.
The total receipts were $136.60, and.
the total expenditures $11.15, leav-;
ing $125.45 cash on hand. In your j
reply, kindly say whether you think
the State Chamber of Commerce
should continue its organization and
hold its annual meeting in October, 1
in Ocala, or become absorbed into
the .Florida Departmment of the
Southern Settlement and Develop Development
ment Development Organization. j
Marked With Siim Boards
j Following is one of the laws pass passed
ed passed by the last legislature:
Section 1. Within ninety day af after
ter after the passage and approval of this
act, it shall be the duty of the sev several
eral several boards of county commissioners
of this state to place at all public
road crossings and intersection of
of public roads of their counties, a
sign board with proper indicating
marks pointing in each direction to
the city, town, village, or community
to which said road enters; said sign
boards to be properly lettered with
the name of such city, town or com community
munity community and giving the number of
miles in each direction to the near nearest
est nearest city, town, village or community;
said lettering shall be in black col-
round, the let
ters and figures not to be less than
three inches high. y-
Section 2. Said boards of county
commissioners of the several coun
ties of this state shall maintain and
'keep in good visible condition at all
(times said sign boards.
of our service is its promptness.
You are waited on when you enter
the store. You are not urged to buy
We expect the character of our
to do the selling. So pay us a visit
no matter how little time you can
spare. The goods and prices will tell
you lots and prompt attention will
enable you to buy as quickly as you
desire. But take longer if you can.
A. E. BUMNETT
Ocala, Fiori da
FINE HOUSE FOR THE
WHOLE DA MM FAMILY
Permit was granted this morning
by City Clerk W. F. Devine to H. A.
Damni for the construction of a six
room house in the Fuller sub-division,
in the new territory recently an annexed
nexed annexed to the city. The house will
be an attractive bungalow.- St. Pet Petersburg
ersburg Petersburg Independent.
T. G. BRADLEY
! PAYING MORE TO THE
I CARPENTERS OF ST. PETE.
The queen of Holland has dec decorated
orated decorated Colonel Andrew Carnegie with
here of wearing a garter with a tiny. the Grand Cross of the Order of
Other women took Orange-Nassau.
Evinston. Sept. 4. This commu-,
nity was saddened yesterdav by the! St- Petersburg, Fla., Sept. 5.
sudden and unexpected death of one Carpenters of St. Petersburg have
of its oldest and best citizens, Mr. T.'been Sranted an increase of 10 per
G Bradley, who passed away at the!cent- in waSes- effcetive Sept. 1. The
home of his brother-in-law, Mr. F. B. increased cost of living was given as
Ua.a jan excuse for the request for an in-
Mr. Bradley was a carpenter andiLlcaBC'
was engaged at work on a cottage
for O. D. Huff, a mile north of Evin-
To a Person Who Prides
Himself on His Appearance!
Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linenjj
:j: is a necessity. To supply tjiat ne-&
cessity is Our Business.
Ocala Steam Launclryf
ston, on August 15, when he fell t luOLCi
from the roof and sustained serious j
injuries, ahving several ribs broken,! Bertha Walton was divorced from
besides internal injuries that caused ( John Walton on the grounds of ex ex-his
his ex-his death. jtreme cruelty of husband towards
Had Mr. Bradley lived one week' the wife, drunkenness, non-support,
longer he would have been sixty-five etc. They were married at Ocala,
years old, having been bom in Fla., iu February, 1911. Jackson Jackson-Charleston,
Charleston, Jackson-Charleston, S. C, Sept. 10, 1848. ville Metropolis, 4th.
The greater part of his life was :
spent at Covington and Calhoun, Ga.J See the clean up-to-date fountain
moving to Evinston in January,1909. at the Anderson Pharmacy. Phone
The body, accompanied .by the delivery system for all lines; 269 is
And only a few. widow, his son, J. H. Bradley, and the number. 9-4-6t
j: Call op Phone 300 and Let ns Give an Estimate on Your
AND ELECTRICAL WORK
We Guarantee To Save Yon Money, on Any Work in Our Lines
Am we employ none but experts we are In position to sruarantee ev every
ery every piece of irork we construct to stand the Inspection of the most
rigid Inspectors. It costs nothing to firet oar figures and 70a are the
winner, whether we secure the contract or not. Give as trial.
H. W. TUJC5E
No matter what it is you have to sell, or what
you want an ad m our Unclassified Column
bring the desired results.
(Dliir Mew Fan Styles Si lafls law ikrlwel
We have in our stock for your inspection the best and most complete line ol Hats ever brought to Ocala. We have them
in Velours, Felts and Cloth, in all colors. We can suit and tit the man, the young man and the big boys, and the little fellow.
Call and see and be convinced. See our Window for Display.
Ladies Ready to Wear
THE OCALA EVEXIXG STAR, THURSDAY, SEPT. 4, 1913
Until a short time ago, scarcely
one person in a thousand had
ever tasted a really good soda
cracker as it came fresh and
crisp from the oven.
How everybody can know and
enjoy the crisp goodness of
fresh baked soda crackers with without
out without going to the baker's oven.
Uneeda Biscuit bring the bak bakery
ery bakery to you.
A food to live on. Stamina for work workers.
ers. workers. Strength for the delicate. Give
them to the little folks. Five cents.
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
CAMP OX LOCIILOOSA LAKi:
USEFUL IN THE HOT WEATHER
Alcin. fins PlernbeF
Is now prepared to give you estimates on all kinds of
PLUMBING, STEAM FITTING & GAS FITTING
and everything in this line. When placing your coiT-
tracts for work in my line let me have an opportuni opportunity
ty opportunity to save you money. All work installed is un strict
guarantee of satisfaction.
J. W. AKIN
Phone 388 or 235 S. Osceola St. Ocala, Fla.
Get my prices on that new Bungalow, Cottage, Residence or
Store, Olfice Building or School House. My prices are Bight, my
J. o. rvac CAS fOL.lL,
COXTBACTOB AXI BUILDER
I. O. Box .?30 OCALA, FLA.
"If I do it, it's don Right."
The Ea;:ist Youns People's Union
of Mcintosh and vicinity had a camp camping
ing camping trip from Saturday until Monday
at Garrison Hammock on Loehloosa
Ths main body of the campers left
Mcintosh before seven o'clock 'Satur 'Saturday
day 'Saturday morning in four launches and as
many tow boats, reaching the Ham Hammock
mock Hammock about 10 a. m. They succeed succeeded
ed succeeded in erecting the tents and ratting
things in fair shape beiore uinner,
after which the finishing touches
were added and the first plunge tak taken
en taken by all who were fond of the water.
The first of the visitors for Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, eleven in number, arrived about
11:1. j Saturday night while wit'i sev several
eral several more boat loads and several
driving around, increased the num number
ber number to 4S in the afternoon, ?.T of
whom we:e there fo dinner, and
tested the cook's tempting dishes.
Sunday school was held at 10 a.
m., with a song service at Mr. Bond's
across the lake in the afternoon.
The visitors all took their depar departure
ture departure before dark on Sunday, leav leaving
ing leaving a crew of about twenty to set settle
tle settle down to camp life. Not any of
the were experienced in keeping the
matches dry so that upon going to
kindle the fire Monday morning all
the matches were found to be wet,
with the nearest store some six miles
across the lake, the prospect was not
very pleasing, but the "Red Wing"
was pressed into service and a good
breakfast was served at a fashion fashion-ab!e
ab!e fashion-ab!e hear, the bathers hr.ving a good
chance to whet their appetites be before
fore before the bell rang.
The rest of Monday and Tuesday
was spent in fishing, swimming and
exploring the lake.
Camp was broken early Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday morning, in fact very early as the
firsf boat loaded with the tents left
at 4:20, while all the campers were
safely landed at Mcintosh by 10:30
a. m., talking of the good times they
had had, and regretted that the stay
had been so short.
Those who had charge of the camp
were Mr. E. D. Boyer and Mrs. C F.
DOES PROHIBITION PROHIBIT?
HEADQUARTERS FOR WIRE FENCE
"We have just received a carload of the Famous SOUTHERN "Wire
Fencing, Staples and Hay Wire and are in position to make you some
attractive prices on It. We are the only dealers in this section of the
country that handle this brand of fence and have demonstrated in the
past that it Is absolutely the. best and strongest fence on the market,
and running It as we have In competition with many inferior grades
of wire fence. We have had some phenomenal sales on it and
made many friends and customers. Give us your order1;, if the goods
don't make good we will.
IKraiglTLt Ik Lang
R. C. MUNCASTER
BURGLARY. EMPLOYEES LIABILITY
Ocala House Block
"That there is less liquor drank in
prohibition states than in those
where the sale is permitted is estab established
lished established by the figures of the Year
Book of the United States Brewers'
Association, which states that the
average quantity consumed per
capita in license states is 25.53 gal gallons
lons gallons and in prohibition states, 1.35
gallons. It would appear from the
very figures furnished by its oppon opponents
ents opponents that prohibition comes very
near prohibiting after all." Tampa
Daily Times, August, 11)13.
This official statement coming from
their official headquarters explains
why the liquor dealers so persistent persistently
ly persistently fight prohibition and proves that
prohibition does prohibit about 95
per cent of the drinking. The re recently
cently recently enacted laws protecting the
dry territory from liquor shipments
will make prohibition even more ef effective.
fective. effective. Those who have studied the
question do not believe that our
laws prohibit 95 per cent of the mur murders,
ders, murders, yet no one calls the law a fail failure
ure failure on that account. Advertisement.
Special Prices on Recovering Auto Tops:
R D'teeanrrnr? Rubber
w - -
Goods subject to examination. Test of goods seen at
shop. Workmanship the best.
OCALA AUTO TOP CO.
J. J. McCRANIE, Manager.
COLUMBIA COLLEGE, Co-Educational,
Lake City, Florida
A high-grade College whose Faculty is composed of Christian
men and women trained" in the best schools. Our courses lead
to the degrees of A. B., B. S., and A. M.
Moral influences excellent and surroundings conducive .to
Study and development of high character.
Departments: Collegiate, academic, business, art, expression,
and music. Application should be made now for rooms.
A. P. MONTAGUE or W. B. JONES
Belleview, Sept. 3. Cotton is
coming into Belleview in small quan quantities.
tities. quantities. There is not much cotton in
the fields, the crop is poor and the
market for the same in dull.
The dance given by the social club
in their hall last Friday night, was
well attended, and everyone reports
an enjoyable time. Parties came
from North Lake Weir, Ocala, Sum Sum-merfield
merfield Sum-merfield and other points and the
coming dance to be held on Sept. 19,
promises to be the best of the sea season.
son. season. Mr. John T. Hames left last Sun Sunday
day Sunday for Winter Haven, where he ex expects
pects expects to help in the erection of a
Mrs. D. Rothchild and Mr. Ed Edward
ward Edward Rothchild made a basiness trip
to Ocala last Monday, going in Mr.
Xeeley's auto, and returning on the
Fort King, Sept. 3. Mrs. J. B.
Cappleman went to Jacksonville
School opened Monday with a
good attendance. The teacher is Miss
Janie May Perry from Pedro.
There was a pinder boiling at Mr.
John Whaley's last evening. A big
crowd was out and all enjoyed them themselves.
selves. themselves. Miss Stella Clayton brought
out some of her lady friends.
Mr. Roy Cappleman returned from
West Palm Beach Thursday.
I CHAPTER NO. 13. R. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M.t on the
fourth Friday in every month at
1:30 p. m. C. B. Connor, H. P.
Jake Browm, Secretary. Ad
Pretty Cake Cover. Easy to Make,
and That May Be Washed i
Often as Desired.
A very pretty and useful cover for
cakes and other food can be made
by covering a frame made from the
whalebone substitute used in dresses
with net. Take two pieces of the
stiffening material as long as may be
necessary to make a cover of the de desired
sired desired size. Stitch them together to
form two circles and connect them
with cross pieces. For use on the
table cover the frame with a prettily
figured but strong net. For the lar larder
der larder use strong muslin. For a handle
sew a large glass button in the center
of the top. Nothing should be used
in these covers that will not stand
washing, for which reason wire will
not do for the frame. To wash them
It is only necessary to plunge them
in warm suds, let them soak a few
minutes, shake them up and down in
the water, remove and dry. They
are particularly useful in summer
when the most careful screening
fails to keep out all the flies, or when
one wants to have tea on the lawn,
but they are valuable at all seasons.
HOW TO PREPARE VEAL HASH
Even Those Not Ordinarily Fond of
Such Concoctions Will Appre Appreciate
ciate Appreciate This Recipe.
Take a teacup of boiling water in
a saucepan and mix in an even tea teaspoon
spoon teaspoon of flour, wet with a teaspoon
of. cold water, and let it boil five min minutes;
utes; minutes; then add not quite half a tea teaspoon
spoon teaspoon of black pepper, as much salt
and two great spoons of butter, and
set it where it will keep hot but not
Chop the veal very fine and mix
with it while chopping half ass much
stale bread crumbs; put it in a tin
pan and pour the gravy onto it: let
it heat on a stove ten minutes.
Toast some bread and cut it into
triangular pieces and lay it on th
bottom of a dish. Spread the hash
over and pour on the gravy. Cut
slices of lemon to lay on the top and
around the edge of the plates.
If you like a seasoning of sweet
herbs with this hash the best way
;s to tie some in a rag and boil it in
the water of the gravy when you first
English Pork Pies.
One half pound suet, boil in pint
if water until dissolved. Put two
pounds of flour in a bowl and a small
teaspoon of salt. Mix the boiling fat
into the flour. Shape over a breakfast
cup and put in a cool place to hard harden.
en. harden. Will keep a week.
Filling Cut some lean pork into
small pieces. Allow one-half ounce for
each pie. Season with pepper and
salt. Close pie with a small cover of
paste rolled thin; then beat an egg,
and with a small brush put egg inside
of pie and bake 20 minutes. Make a
hole in top of pie and fill with jelly.
Jelly Take two pig's feet and boil
in three pints of water until they
drop to pieces, then it is ready to put
Fishels is Ocal's most reliable store, we are told al almost
most almost everyday. Now that's a big compliment and
one for which we feel profoundly grateful. Way back
yonder in 1886, years ago, Michael Fishel, had this
one ideal in mind, to make Fishel's store Ocala's
most reliable store. For these many years it has
borne this reputation. A reputation its management
and every employee has ever striven to safeguard.
The foundation on which it is builded is.
Service, Quality, Value,
Our store is undergoing vast improvements in every
respect. We are remodeling the interior of our large
store in order that we may better display our mer merchandise,
chandise, merchandise, and thus be ready for a banner year.
Things must be what they seem or they have no
space in our stock.
It is ever our desire to give SERVICEthat satis satisfies,
fies, satisfies, QUALITY the very best and 100 PER J CENT.
VALUE in every item purchased.
Let us say just here that we feel proud of many
customers, whether you live in Ocala or not. We
would have you bear in mind that the latchj to our.
store is not only on the outside, but the door is al always
ways always wide open to you and your friends.
Watch Our Store,
Watch Our Window!
. Fishel & Son
This is the only recipe for lemon
catsup so far located. It seems to be
used chiefly to serve with fish: Mix
and pound very fine a few spoonfuls
of mace, mustard, celery seed, cloves,
and a little black pepper; mix these
spices all together with a little grated
horseradish, and the grated rind of
several lemons; add one spoonful of
salt, and if desired very hot a little
paprika or cayenne or a few drops of
tabasco or Worcestershire sauce.
Moisten with the juice of all the lem lemons
ons lemons and boil gently for half an hour,
then pour into bottles and cork. Let
stand for a month, then strain and
use, when it will be found very strong
and fine flavored.
To Bone Fish.
To remove bones from either fresh
or salt fish, while raw, take the head headless
less headless fish in the left hand, split down
the back; with the right thumb care carefully
fully carefully push the meat from the flesh
side of the backbone, then gently
force the thumb between the back backbone
bone backbone and the skin of the fish from
head to tail; now gently pull sideways
and the rib3 adhering to the back backbone
bone backbone will come out with it- All the
remaining bones can be removed by
catching them between the thumb
and the sharp blade of a knife. If
the fish are salt they must be fresh freshened
ened freshened before being boned.
Never throw away old stove brushes
when they are worn out. Cover them
with an old black stocking, enough
to make a thick pad. Then tack a
piece of velvet over it. This enables
one to always keep the stove looking
clean and nice.
Do You Wear
I Pants ?
J If you do they should always
t be spotless and nicely pressed,
j Pressing and cleaning is our
business. Call phone twenty-
I DODSON & RENTZ.
Don't waste costly time and money taking poor,
cheaply made farm implements to the blacksmith
shop. You won't "hafto" if you buy good reliable
implements from us.
We "backup" what we sell, and make on any anything
thing anything that goes wrong.
We want your business. You want our good stuff.
Marion larfware Co.
Phone 118, Ocala, Fla. f f
Where Shall I Go To School ?
To Prevent Blood Poisoning
apply at once the wonderful old reliable DR.
PORTER'S ANTISEPTIC HEALING OIL. a sur surgical
gical surgical dressing that relieves pain and heals at
the same time. Not a liniment. 25c. 50c $1.00.
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
STANDS FOR BEST DEVELOPMENT
OF BODY, MIND AND SPIRIT OF
YOUNG MEN. 8 COLLEGES and Divis Divisions;
ions; Divisions; LIBERAL ARTS: LAW; ENGI ENGINEERING;
NEERING; ENGINEERING; AGRICULTURE; TEACH TEACHERS'
ERS' TEACHERS' COLLEGE: EXPERIMENT STA STATION;
TION; STATION; EXTENSION DIVISION: GRAD GRADUATE
UATE GRADUATE SCHOOL 10 new brick build buildings,
ings, buildings, besides gymnasium, swimming
pool and many subsidiary buildings. 61
in faculty and ofneers. 322 young men
from 45 Florida counties, and 21 stater
and foreign countries last session.
TUITION FREE. BOARD AITD EN ENTRANCE
TRANCE ENTRANCE FEES. $132.50 per year. Write
today for catalogue.
I-24-tf A. A. MIKPUREE, President.
STATE COLLEGE FOR W03IEX
College of Arts and Sciences, Normal
School with Kindergarten Department,
School of Music, School of Art, School
of Expression, Home Economics with
Extension Division Beautiful location,
beautiful buildings and first-class
eQuipmer; throughout, including gym gymnasium
nasium gymnasium and swimming pooL Forty Forty-two
two Forty-two members of the faculty and other
ofneers. Four hundred and thirteen
students from forty-five Florida coun counties
ties counties and ten states.
TUITION FREE. BOARD AND EN ENTRANCE
TRANCE ENTRANCE FEES. 124 per year. For
EDWARD C05RADI, Presideat
THE OCA LA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1013
OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS I
(If you have any items for this department call phone IOC)
HELP TO ORAL HYGENE
Mrs. L. H. Van Engelken and
Miss Marie Van Engelken are expect expected
ed expected home from a fortnight's sojuorn
at Daytona Beach tomorrow.
Mrs. W. M. McDowell and Misses
Mary and Anna McDowell returned
this afternoon from a delightful out outing
ing outing at W'eynesville, X. C.
Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Frink were in
town today en route to their home at
Berlin after a two days' visit with
relatives at Graharuville.
Miss Lillian Chapman, who has
been the much admired guet of her
cousins. Misses Theo and Gladys
Wallis for several weeks, will ret arn
to her home in Savannah tonight.
week. Miss Scott will teach English
in the high school this winter and
comes to Ocala highly recommended,
having taught in several states. Miss
Scott heard of Ocala through Miss
Workman, a sister of Prof. Work Workman,
man, Workman, with whom she taught last
winter. She ia stopping with Mrs.
G. W. Martin.
Mrs. Henry Schoetiin and daugh daughter
ter daughter Antoinette, who have been visit visiting
ing visiting with Mr. P. V. Leavengood. re returned
turned returned to their Fairfield home yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. Misses Boyington and, Anderson of
'nglis were at the Harrington last
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Robertson
St. Auuutine in John T. I)iMmikt
Certainly 11 a a Public Spirited
Offering one thousand dollars a
year for the maintenance of an oral
hygene department for the public
schools of St. Johns countv a prono-
jsicion from President John T. Dis-
makes of the P'irst National Bank of
(St .Augustine was transmitted to the
j county board of public instruction by
Superintendent D. D. Corbett yester
day at tne September meeting. The
only condition is that the school
board provide a suitable office for
This means that a capable dentist
will be paid one thousand dollars a
year for occupying this office andex andex-amining
amining andex-amining and treating all of the pub public
lic public school children. All dental work
will be done free of cost t othe par parents.
ents. parents. St. Augustine Record.
the former going on busi-
Mrs. J. B. Hull and dauahter. Miss!
r, v u k u and son were visiting points in the
Bessie Hull, who hav been at the j 01
T. f i An,c if, southwestern part of the county this
Arms House for several days, left 1
this morning for their home at Inglis. mornmS.
T"l nC C?
Mr. Robert Sanders of Dunnellon
was in town today, to meet Mrs.
Sanders rnd daughter, Miss Mamie
Ruth, who have been in Tennessee
for the last two months.
Mrs. R. L. Lang and daughter,
Willie Mae, are home after a very
pleasant visit to friends and rela relatives
tives relatives in and near ValJosta, Ga., and
Mrs. A. F. Dreka left the first of j
the week for Sewanee, Tenn., where
he will join his wife and children for
a few weeks vacation. DeLand
Miss Maggie Lytle of Stanton came
Mr. and Mrs. C. X. Kirkland left
on the S. A. L. limited this after afternoon
noon afternoon for St. Simon's Island, Tifton
and other points in Georgia, where
they will spend two weeks visiting
A picture of the six-months-old
son of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Grantham
of Fort McCoy appears on the socie society
ty society page of today's Times-Union. He
is quite a bright-looking little boy.
Mrs. J. J. McCranie and children
have returned from the lake.
The little daughter of Mr. and
Louis Pillans continues to be
COHAN'S CAR IX A COLLISION"
today and is-the guest of Mrs. C. L.
Bittinger. Misfe Lytle is on her way
to Live Oak to-feiume her duties as
teacher in the city public school,
where last year'' she was very
Mrs. J. P. Galloway of Ocala, yho
came last week to attend the rnar-
and Mrs. Geo. A. Nash expect
leave in about ten days for their
tripaXaw York and Baltimore.
Miss Mary Alice Bell of Georgia
arrived Monday from Orlando and
ji3 engaged this .week in taking the
teacners examination, sne win nave
riage of her brother, Arthur Sewell, ; ""i -iiv". one m mv.
to Miss Cora Tuberville, is pleasantly I charge of the thifJlgrade in the pri
visiting her father, J. A. Sewell and
family, on East Jefferson
Brooksville notes in Tribune.
mary school, and uatil her duties as
such begin, she will visit in Georgia
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Chazal, who ;
Miss Vic Raysor, who has been
visiting Mrs. George Rentz in Ashe-
have been occupying their cozy little I ville x- c- is.now with relatives
home at Woodmar for. several weeks, tnere wnom sne met auer sing up,
,o,-Q fr. o, ,Jand writes that she is having a love-
Uttl V- A W 3 V- V-X 1L 1U1 1 11 C UIIIHIUI CI 11 Vi
K! t -,-. V.
arp nnw tn fnwn tr Phnrli Pha- time. ivsui w ue a.say
zal and Mis Onie Phal will leave I ?ss lUU&ttl.
shortly for school.
The friends of Mr. and Mrs. W.
M. Parker, who are living in Mrs. M.
Mis3 Ethel Haycraft will leav
Monday for Gainesville, Ga., where
she will teach niusic this term in
I f 11 J Ml 1 j. 1
A. Williams' cottage on Orange j urenau "egef ana win aiso iaKe
-street, will be pleased to learn that secial postgraduate studies under
she is steadily improving aftersev-!; the most. advanced teachers. The
'pral dav nf SpHniK iiin -Ocala friends of this very pretty ancLj
talented young lady will miss,, her
Miss Lola Raysor has accepted"--for i sreatly.
the winter the chair of science in a 1 .--''
girl's Episcopal school in Alexandria, j A congenial crowd of young peo peo-T.n
T.n peo-T.n an-i loovoc Tr.r,rio o-mno. ,-o!ple in three cars left town at 1
Tampa and sailing for New Orleans.
Mrs. Allsop, formerly Miss Jessie
o'clock for Lake Bryant to spend the
afternoon fishing. If the disciples of
Palmer of this city, is a resident of(sir I?aak Walton are successful, a
Alexandria. hsh supper will be prepared at the
club house before the party returns.
Mr. T. I. Arnold returned last
night from a brief visit to Mrs. Ar Arnold
nold Arnold in Jacksonville. He was ac accompanied
companied accompanied by Miss Louise Booe, who
has been the guest of Mrs. Arnold
for some weeks.
Miss Katherine Scott of Columbia,
Tenn., is numbered among those tak taking
ing taking the state board examinations this
Our Fresh Roasted
25c, 35c, 40c per Pound
Florida Tomatoes, large size. . .10c
Fla. Tomatoes, small size 3 for 25c
Block's Crackers, 6 5c. pkgs for 25c
Block's Crackers, 3 10c pkgs. for 25c
If you would Buy, Sell,
Lease or Exchange, see
me at the Courthouse or
write for my bulletin of
summer bargains in
Choice Properties : :
J. H. BRINSON
Miss Frances Tarver and her cous cousin,
in, cousin, Miss Alexandra Tarver, of Augus
ta, Ga., left last night, the former
for Savannah and the latter for her
home. Miss Tarver will visit an
aunt and if an uncle, who is sick,
improves, she will accompany her
aunt to New York for a fortnight
Miss Alta Seymour and Miss Ida
Foland of Summerfield, have been
stopping at the Davis House, 219
Oklawaha avenue and are taking the
teachers' examination. On account
of illness Miss Seymour was unable
to finish the examination and re returned
turned returned home yesterday. Miss Fol Foland
and Foland will leave Monday for Eau Gal Gal-lie
lie Gal-lie to attend a teacher's convention
and will go from there to Indianola,
where she will teach this winter.
Noted Playwright Hurt anl His
Daughter Probably Fatally
Hartford, Conn., Sept. 5 Thrown
from their speeding automobile when
it struck a garbage wagon two miles
from this city yesterday and all ser seriously
iously seriously injured, George M. Cohan, his
13-year-old daughter, Georgia Co Cohan;
han; Cohan; Wallace Eddinger, a leading
man for Mr. Cohan's new play;
Francis Xavier Hope, Mr. Cohan's
confidential secretary and William
Van Buren, chauffeur, were rushed
to the Hartford hospital, where at a
late hour last night It was said that
Mr. Cohan and the other men would
recover, but the recovery of his
daughter is doubtful.
To central will connect 'you with the
prompt delivery service of the An Anderson
derson Anderson Pharmacy. 9-4-6t
Quaker Rolled Oats
Kellog's Toasted Corn
ream of Wheat
Shredded Wheat Biscuit
0. K. TEA-POT
J. E. CI1ACE
Rooms 9, 10, 11, Holder Block
HAND CONCERT PROGRAM
The following program will be
rendered by the band from the band
stand this evening at S o'clock:
March, "Right Swing" B. G. Mc Mc-Fall.
Fall. Mc-Fall. Overture, "Superba' Dalbey.
Intermezzo, "Fairy Queen" Per Percy
cy Percy Wenrich.
Waltzer, "Eleanor" Will Huff.
"Alexander." by request.
Ten minutes intermission.
Novelette, "Snow Queen" Gustav
Medley, "Plantation Songs" Con Con-terno.
terno. Con-terno. Gavotte. "The Lover's Dream"
J. O. Casey.
"Onward Christian Soldiers"
U. c" A. meet? Thursday night.
L. F. BLALOCK
Office Over Commercial Bank
M. C. IZLAR
Office Law Library Building
J. G. PURVIS
Office Over Nash Dry Goods Store
Attorney at Law
Office Second Floor Munroe and
Chambliss Bank Building
0 M UP,
The Best line we have ever seen. And are glad
to say we have the exclusive agency for this, the best.
Made on full patterns, no binding, no skimping.
Our Fall Shipment is now in.
They are Beauties.
Come in and see Them.
THE HOUSE OF QUALITY
CONCORDIA LODGE F. U. OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets in Yonge's Hall
on the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor, F.M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad
BARGAIN IX BUILDING LOTS
Two of the choicest corner lots in i
the Seymour residential addition, j
across the street from Mr. McConn's J
home; also a fine factory or ware-1
house site across the street, east, i
from Teuton's store, North Magnolia j
street, with A. C. L. railway on rear.
Will sell either or both at big bar bargain
gain bargain and easy payments. Apply at
Star office or to R. R. Carroll, tf
OUTGOING MAILS CLOSP
A. C. L. NORTH 3:05 a. m.;
12:45 p. m. SOUTH 6:10 a. m.;
2:10 p. m.; 2:30 p. m.; ? p. m.
S. A. L. NORTH 12:50 p. m.;
4:10 p. m.; 9 p. m.. SOUTH 12:50
p. m.; 9 p. m.
OCALA NORTHERN NORTH
7 a. m.; 12:55 p. m.
STAR ROUTES Blitchton and
Calvary 2 p. m.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
The Ocala Lodge No. 699, Loyal
Order of Moose, meets each Thursday'
evening at S o'clock in the Moose
building. Visiting brothers are in invited
vited invited to attend our meetings.
Geo. F. Mershon, Dictator.
E. L. Stapp, Secretary.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge. No. 19, F. &
A. M. meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
C. E. Simmons, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
Florida's Largest and Best Year
The Hotel you take your Mother, Wife or Sister to
Home Hotel of the State
European Plan S1.50 Per Day and Upward
A. M. Wilson. Thos. M. Wilson,
ASST. MGR. PROP. AND MGR.
WHITE STAR LIIME,
YRAXSFER AND FIMKIMtOOF STORAGE
COLLIER BROS.. Proprietors.
Teams for Light
and Heavy Hauling.
Superior to Plaste
or Ceiling in
Quality or Price.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR j
Eastern Star Chapter 29, regular
meeting first Friday night each
month at Yonge's Hall. Visitors wel welcome.
come. welcome. Florrie Condon, Sec'y.
Mrs. A. E. Burnett,
DR. F. E. McCLANE, M. D.
SPECIALIST IX CHRONIC DISEASES
Begin Slightly Late.
Some men don't commence "worry "worry-jig
jig "worry-jig about their career until after 9
j'clcck in the rsornicg. Atchison
The Dr. McClane Medical, Surgical and
PHONES Office, No. 333. Dr lindane's Residence, No. 407.
Office Suite 1 to 7, Holder Block Southwest cor. Public Square.
THE OCA LA EVENING STAIL Mil DAY, SEITEMIJEI5 5, 1913
NOW ON DISPLAY.
HO FIT-NO PAY.
I have just opened up my new
garage on North Main street, and
solicit a share of the patronage of
ar owners in Ocala and surrounding
territory. The repair department
is prepared to do all kinds of auto automobile
mobile automobile repairing on short notice.
None but first-class workmen- em employed,
ployed, employed, and therefore, I am in po position
sition position to guarantee every job that
leaves the place. Rates will be found
reasonable as high-class workman workmanship
ship workmanship and good material can be fur furnished
nished furnished GIVE ME A TRIAL
T. C. LiicMe,
Building formerly occupied by Idea
Mclvcr & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes.
I). E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
All Work Done by Licensed Em Em-balmers
balmers Em-balmers and Fully Guaranteed
D. E. Mcl VHR 104
C. V. ROBERTS 303
Undertaking Office 47
W. G. BLANGHARD
CONTRACTOR AHO BUILDER
r. O. BOX 46 OCALA, FLA.
Call Phone 267(3
Ocala Meat Market
when you want First-class
Fresh Meat, Fish or Vege Vegetables.
tables. Vegetables. Corn-fed pork from
my own farm. Al Rhame,
Ocala's best cutter, will
serve you. Prompt delivery.
D. N. WALDRON,
412 N. Magnolia St., Ocala, FIa.$
Wasp's Feet Were "Hot."
My little sister, three years old, was
ctung on the hand by a wasp, which
then flew away. My mother came in
swift pursuit. Through her tears my
little sister called: "O. mother, let him
fly through the air and cool his feet;
tiiej axe so hot"
lilLIi MIXEU HODE IX FOKMKII
DAYS WITH THE JAMES BOYS
(Continued from First Page)
stabulary took up the trail and
rounded up Bill Miner and his two
partners and they were given life
sentences in the New Westminister
penitentiary in British Columbia.
But Old Bill kept up his spirit and
August 5. 10 0 7, he dug his way un under
der under the prison walls to liberty and
traveled to the middle west unharm unharmed.
ed. unharmed. For a period he Was quiet, with
plenty to live on, but after his hoard
was used up in wintering in the
south he started north and an op opportune
portune opportune time seemd to present itself
on February 27, 1909, when he
found two novices at Gainesville,
Ga.f and robbed the Southern Ex-
press tram. But he was captured and iace beneath my pillow and again re resent
sent resent to the state penitentiary at Mil-' signed myself to sleep.
ledgeville under twenty-year sen sentence.
tence. sentence. Grizzled, old and gray, he was still
undaunted and declared he would es escape,
cape, escape, and this he did on two occa occasions
sions occasions with which the reading public
Through all his career of crime he
was known to the officials as Bill
Miner, though his real name was
George Anderson, but as W. A. Mor Morgan
gan Morgan and George W. Edwards he was
known for a time to many people in
Michigan and Wisconsin.
LOST HIS LIFE
Earth at San Diego, Calif.,
San Diego, Cal.. Sept. 4. First
Lieut. Moss L. Love, signal corps, U.
S. A., was instantly killed yesterday
when his aeroplane plunged 300 feet
to the ground at the army aviation
school near here.
Shortly before the accident he be began
gan began to descend from an altitude of
approximately 2,000 feet. When 300
feet from the ground watchers say
they saw a puff of smoke on the ma machine
chine machine and it dropped like a shot.
Lieut. Love was a native of Fair Fairfax
fax Fairfax county, Virginia, was born in
1879 and appointed to the United
States Military Academy at large
from Virginia. After graduation
from West Point he was assigned to
the cavalry service, serving in that
branch of the service until detailed
to the signal corps in 1911, after a
course in the graduate army signal
school. He was a son of Judge J. M.
Love, of Fairfax court house.
Eleven aviators have been killed
in the army and navy service since
experiments were started with heav heavier
ier heavier than air machines in 1908 ten
in the army and one in the navy.
In aviation the world over, 333
persons have been killed since 1908,
112 during the present year.
CITY OF OCALA
Mayor J. D. Robertson.
Recorder L. T. Izlar.
Assistant Recorder Joseph Bell.
Council B. A. Weathers, presi
dent: J. H. Taylor, president pro
tem; E. C. Bennett, Baxter Cam, J.
W. Hood, E. T. Helvenston, G. A.
Carmichael, F. G. B. Weihe, C. M.
City Attorney C. L. Sistrunk.
City Clerk H. C. Sistrunk.
Treasurer and Tax Collector W.
City Engineer J. R. Moorhead.
Superintendent Light Plant J. C.
Superintendent Water Works .1.
Marshal A. J. Brigance.
Fire Chief H. S. Chambers.
Sanitary Inspector G. W. Cleve Cleveland.
land. Cleveland. Street Commissioner R obert
NOTICE OF ELECTION
Notice is hereby given to all per
sons that an election has been and is
hereby called for, and will be held
Tuesday, the 16th day of September,
A. D., 1913,
in Marion County, State or
Florida, to decide whether the sale
of intoxicating liquors, wines or beer
shall be prohibited in said County of
Marion, such election to eb held as
required by Article 19 of the Consti Constitution
tution Constitution of Florida, and the laws of
Board of County Commissioners,
Marlon County, State of Florida.
By P. H. NUGENT,
Clerk of said Board of County Com Commissioners.
missioners. Commissioners. (Seal).
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge, No. 286, Benovelent
and Protective Order of Elks, me?ts
the second and fourth Tuesday even
ings in each month. Visiting breth
ren always welcome.
Chas. W. Hunter,
Joseph Bell, Secretary.
"Look Before You Leap."
. .Spend a few minutes to find out
whether a thing is worth doing be before
fore before you spend hours in doing it.
South 's Companion.
By A. W. BEER.
Had it not been for the handker- j
chief I would have said that it was
clearly a case for the Society for j
j Psychical Research and have washed i
' my hands of it. But though to be sure
a filmy enough object, the har.dker- j
chief, with the initials "E.
daintily embroidered in one corner,
was of a tangible nature, and in no
way to be fitted into any theory of
And yet the whole thing was absurd
on the face of it. No doubt the simple
explanation was that the fever which
had possessed my body for many weary i
.weeks still dominated my brain. j
Wearying at length of the problam, I
placed the delicate bit of cambric and i
A year later I was in California, os ostensibly
tensibly ostensibly on a vacation, but also with a
view of absorbing color for a novel
of pioneer days which I was planning
I was at dinner one evening in San
Francisco with my friend Maxfield. a
I newspaper man, when I caught sight of
a familiar face at one of the restaurant
"That's sigular!" I exclaimed pres presently.
ently. presently. "What's singular?" queried Maxfield.
"If you have reference to the fair
creature at whom you are gazing so
intently, I may say that while she is
certainly single, I do not know that
she is looked upon as singular."
"The fact is," I returned, "that for
the moment I imagined that I had met
the young woman somewhere before,
but I am probably mistaken."
"You've seen her portrait in some of
the literary papers, perhaps," suggest suggested
ed suggested Maxfield. "That's Enid B. Merry Merry-weather,
weather, Merry-weather, who is coming to the front as
a writer of some rather fetching
"Enid B. Merryweather!" said I.
"Then her initials are E. B. M.?'
."Correct," replied Maxwell. "You
Kot it right the very first time. But
why get so excited over a bunch of
"Maxfield," I retorted, "you ought to
know that the facetious is not your
line, so why attempt it? What I'd
like to know is whether or not you
have the honor of Miss Merryweath Merryweath-er's
er's Merryweath-er's acquaintance; if so, I want you
to present me."
"Nothing easier, old man," he re replied
plied replied promptly.
There are some persons one meets
to whom an introduction seems almost
superfluous. You somehow feel that
you have know them always.
Thus it was with Enid and me. We
met, not as stranger, but as old
friends who for a time had been sepa separated
rated separated in body, but never in spirit.
But one evening Enid said:
"Do you know that I worried about
you a great deal when you were ill
"Foolish girl!" I replied. "You had
never met me."
"And yet I seem always to have
known you," she murmured.
"Enid," I said presently, "there is
something queer I want to tell you in
connection with that illness of mine.
It seems utterly unreasonable, but
there are some things beyond our un understanding.
derstanding. understanding. "I had been dwelling for weeks in a
strange, fantastic world, when one
night I awoke calm and rational, and I
saw bending over me one who seem seemed
ed seemed the very embodiment of my heart's
desire. I closed my eyes again for a
second, doubting the reality of what I
saw, and when I opened them again
the lovely vision had faded.
"I can't explain it, but it was you
who came to me that night; and, more
wonderful still, here is the proof!" I
took from over my heart the handker handkerchief
chief handkerchief which I had found resting
lightly on the counterpane after the
disappearance of my mysterious visi visitor.
tor. visitor. She took the handkerchief and ex examined
amined examined it.
"Yes, it is mine," she said presently.
And then she added:
"As a writer of romances you would
perhaps prefer the 6tory left as It is,
but I feel bound to tell you just how
this handkerchief came into your
"I don't know," she continued, "how
or why you came to occupy so much
of my thoughts, when I knew you only
through your books, but nevertheless
such was the case.
"When last winter it was reported
that your life was despaired of, I could
not rest. Some of my friends guessed
my secret and rallied me accordingly.
I gave out that I intended visiting Los
Angeles for a few weeks, but instead
of doing so I went on by the southern
route to New York.
"I kmew that the physician who con conducted
ducted conducted the sanitarium in which you
were undergoing treatment, Dr. Star Star-brook
brook Star-brook had been an old friend of my
father's, and upon arriving in New
York I made myself known to him. I
told him that you were a very dear
friend, but that for personal reasons
I did not want you to know of my
presence in New York. There was no
fear of that, however, as for a long
time you knew no one.
"At length one evening when I had
called to Inquire about you and had
been admitted to your bedside as us usual,
ual, usual, you looked at me with rational
eyes. To avoid discovery I fled from
the room, and this handkerchief I sup suppose
pose suppose was dropped in my confusion.
"Now, then," she concluded, "does
not that destroy all your pretty and
i mysterious romance?"
j But I think the answer I gave her
convinced her that it did not.
Colonel Roosevelt Relieves His
Ieachnient Result of a
Albany, N. Y., Sept. 5.
Theodore Roosevelt has advised Gov- j FREE government, by the people
ernor Sulzer to make a "full andand for the people, but is a living
straightforward explanation and an-' DEFIANCE to the grand principles
tswer with reference to the charges'
I which resulted in impeachment pro proceedings.
ceedings. proceedings. Mr. Roosevelt says that
the public very well understands
that the proceedings against Sulzer
are the result of a conspiracy.
Five Hundred S. C. White Leg
These hens must be sold to make
room. Now in your time to get some
good foundation stock cheap and
breed up a good lot of winter layers.
Apply for prices to Ivy Poultry Farpa,
Ocala, Fla., Fred B. Burden, man manager.
ager. manager. 8-3-tf
Almond cocoa soap, which is with without
out without an equal. Get it at the Court
Lost Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Needs
FOR SALE A good bicycle. Cost
Used six months. Price, $8
cash. J. B. Ley. 9-5-2t
FOR SALE Encyclopoedic dic dictionary,
tionary, dictionary, half leather; cost $36. In
good condition, $12. J. B. Ley.9-5-2t
FOR SALE Two choice corner
lots, east Oklawaha avenue. Big bar bargain.
gain. bargain. Apply at Star office. S 2 8-tf
FOR SALE 1913 motorcycles and
:notor boats at bargain prices, all
makes, brand new machines, on easy
monthly payment plan. Get our
proposition before buying or you will
regret it, also bargains in used
motorcycles. Write us today. En Enclose
close Enclose stamp for reply. Address, Lock
Box 11, Trenton, Mich. 7-18-tf
FOR SALE White oak hall tree
and hat rack; has mirror, umbrella
rack. etc. Cheap for cash. Apply
Star office. 8-2S-12t
FOR SALE A brand new visible
typewriter, a forty-acre farm near
Ocala; tw well drilling machines,
one horse and new set of horness.
Terms if desired. Address, C. T.
Hodges at Waterman's store, Ocala,
FOR SALE I have for sale, at
less than its value, a splendid resi residence
dence residence on one of the most beautiful
streets in the city. See me before
it is sold. S. S. Savage. Jr. S-21-6t.
FOR SALE OR RENT Six room
house, front, side and back porch,
pood soft water, lot 100x200 feet.
Stable. At 320 N. Alverez street.
Apply to T. C. Thomas, at post post-office
office post-office S-21-6f
GUAVAS FOR SALE A iot of
fine quality guavas for sale at $1
per crate of six baskets. Address. R.
L. Lytle, Weirsdale, Fla. S-27-6t
LUMBER FOR SALE A lot of
lumber may be had at reasonable
prices by applying at Anthony Farms
sawmill, Anthony, Fla. S-23-9t
LOST Bathing suit, at S. A. L.
depot; color, black and orange. Fin Finder
der Finder return to Star office and receive
ENGINEER WANTED A capable
man who is thoroughly familiar with
a Shay locomotive, can get a position
by applying to the undersigned. Only
a first class man who knows his bus business
iness business need apply. R. J. Rivers,
Ocala, Fla. 9-l-12t
WANTED A position in any kind
of office work at twenty dollars per
month. Address, Miss E. Hyers, 230
W. 5th St., Jacksonville, Fla. 9-3-lt
ROOMS WANTED Two or three
furnished or unfurnished rooms for
light housekeeping, in house with
other family; possession middle of
September. Apply to W. W. F., Star
HOUSE WANTED Wanted to
rent, a modern six or seven room
residence; must be in good location
and in first class condition,
to L. O. Tyler, Ocala, House.
FOR RENT The Thomas cottage
on cornor of Orange avenue and
South Fourth street. Apply at 310
S. Main street. A. M. Bobbitt.S-2-tf
FOR RENT Six room cottage
with bath, etc., corner Watula and
South Seventh streets.
I Southern Express Office.
;A SCATHING EXPOSURE OF REG
j LISTEN! Nearly two thousand vot vot-lm.
lm. vot-lm. 'ers have been practically .DISFRAN
CHISED, held up and robbed of
their CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT to
VOTE in this election, which is not
onl-v a POWERFUL MENACE to
of TRUE DEMOCRACY, as formulat formulated
ed formulated by the founders of the republic.
The people HAVE NO VOICE in this
election. They have been GAGGED
and SWINDLED. They have no part
or lot in it. Therefore, the so-called
election to be held on the 16th will
be a FRAUD, pure and simple, a
COLOSSAL DEMONSTRATION of
political INFAMY AND RASCAL RASCALITY,
ITY, RASCALITY, unsurpassed during the DARK
DAYS OF RECONSTRUCTION. Are
you an honest man? Do you love
JUSTICE, TRUTH AND FAIRNESS?
What say the so-called PREACH PREACHERS,
ERS, PREACHERS, the very men who FORCED
this election upon us? Are they go going
ing going to remain silent, hold their noses
and remain BLIND to such ROTTEN
CONDITIONS, hoping that God will
"WINK", at them? In the name of
Heaven, fellow countrymen, this is
no WET OR DRY election. NO!
NO! But a political demonstration
of ROTTENNESS, sufficient to cor corrupt
rupt corrupt a sewer. IT SMELLS TO HEAV HEAVEN!
EN! HEAVEN! DRIVE IT BACK TO THE UN UNDERWORLD
DERWORLD UNDERWORLD ON THE lGth, so that
all of us can sing the DOXOLOGY
together! AMEN! Adv.
Take All the Cream.
Educated folk keep to one another's
company too much, leaving other
people much like milk skimmed of its
THE PROHIlilTION JOKE
Pass-a-Grille, Fla., Aug. 20, 1913.
To the Editor of the Times: Man
makes laws that he knows will be
broken the prohibition microbe is
the result of several causes the pul pulpit
pit pulpit because it's its duty in conform conformity
ity conformity with its teachings that is mod modern
ern modern teachings; because we learn from
history that wine and any other al alcoholic
coholic alcoholic products formed a part of
tithes given to the church whether
it was used to sprinkle the lawns or
to lubricate the well-fed stomachs of
the clergy, history does not tell; but
one thing sure, prohibition is mod modern
ern modern and its one of the galaxy of laws
that makes man a community of
lawbreakers. Another reason is poli politicians.
ticians. politicians. I have known men who
turned prohibitionists, catered to
meetings of such people and even eventually
tually eventually were put into office thrbugh
the false impression created; they
would have been wet is the result
had been the same. The masses as
a general rule are easily led by
plausible arguments if the salient
points are prominently shown and
intelligently dwelt upon; the same
could be discussed about
and supposed evil if the evil part of
it is only discussed.
You never hear of the good alco alcohol
hol alcohol has done, but it has saved more
beings than it has ruined but no nobody
body nobody mentions, it.
Prohibition does not prohibit and
the very ones who impose it on the
intelligent public are examples of it.
A friend of mind, after receiving a
prospectus from a liquor firm offer offering
ing offering a certain bonus if he would
send the names of those of his com community
munity community which had gone dry, that
were liable to patronize them. For
fun he sent a bunch of names of
those who had hollered the loudest
for prohibition. He had forgotten
the incident when to his surprise he
received a check for sixty-two dol dollars
lars dollars from the firm, and he is still re receiving
ceiving receiving checks.
A gentleman on a visit to some
friends in a dry county was very
much amused by the way he was en entertained.
tertained. entertained. After a few days the hus husband
band husband took him aside and warning
him to be careful and not let his wife
know, offered him some good old
bourbon from a secret place. "You
0jHLBO Round Trip
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 8TH.
Atlantic Coast Line
Special Trains Leave Ocala 2:10 p. m.
Limit of Tickets September 11 th
For information call on M. R. WILLIAMS,
J. G. KIRKLAND, Ticket Agent, Ocala, Fla.
Division Passenger Agent, Tampa, Fla. ,j
know," he said, "we are all prohibi prohibitionists
tionists prohibitionists here, but keep it for an oc occasional
casional occasional visitor." In the afternoon
the wife mysteriously beckoned him
to follow her to the pantry and pull pulling
ing pulling out a bottle of old Scotch from
some recess gave him a good stiff
drink, giving him the same warning
her husband did. The eldest son
took him for a hunt in the evening.
As soon as they reached the woods
he reached for something in a thick thicket.
et. thicket. It was a bottle of good old rye,
the same warning also given, an another
other another stiff drink on the war down
was beginning to tell on the visitor
so he went into the yard to cool off
when he was approached by the cook
who pulled from under her apron a
full-filled flask. As he had to catch
a train that night the coachman was
told to have a carriage ready; on
the way to the depot the driver said,
'Say, mister, that family is sure
funny, sah, they are suttinly sot. on
prohibition and I know sah, you are
just itching for a good swallow of
cawn whisky." Reaching under the
seat he pulled out a jug. Well,
when he visitor reached the depot he
could not have told it from a dry
goods store, and such is prohibition.
Adv. George Lizotte.
WHETHER YOU USE
CALOMEL OH NOT
Yon Will Realize How Much IJetter
for You This Safe Vegetable
Remedy Will be
The liver is such a delicate organ
that most people have learned from
experience the danger of flogging it
into action with the dangerous drug
calomel. The Court Pharmacy
sells and recommends Dodson's Liver
Tone, a pleasant-tasting, harmless
vegetable liquid that encourages the
liver, relieves constipation and bil biliousness
iousness biliousness without restriction of habit
There are no bad after-effects from
taking Dodson's Liver Tone. It does
just what it is intended to do and no
more. Dodson's Liver Tone cannot
harm either children or grown-ups
and is an excellent preventive of
chronic liver troubles.
The Court Pharmacy sells Dod Dodson's
son's Dodson's Liver Tone for 50 cents per
bottle and every bottle sold is guar guaranteed
anteed guaranteed to give satisfaction, and you
get your money back without a ques question
tion question if it fails you. Some remedies
are sold in imitation of Dodson's
Liver Tone look out for them. Re Remember
member Remember the guarantee. Adv. -22
OCALA DRAY CO.
Thos. Johnson, Manager, Phone 211
Transfer furniture, trunks or bag baggage.
gage. baggage. Careful moving of all kinds.
Two of the best teams. Freight haul hauled
ed hauled or shipped .to any place. Orders
served at once, day or night. Resi Residence
dence Residence 207 W. Second St. 9-3-6td
OPEN ALL NIGHT
The Merchant's Cafe is a first class
place to take your meals. Open night
and day. J. R. Dewey, proprie proprietor.
tor. proprietor. 2-28-tf
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Loage No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. nr. at
Castle Hall, over the Jams Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. D. W. Tompkins, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. R. S. Ad
SAFEST LAXATIVE FOR WOMEN
Nearly every woman needs a good
laxative. Dr. King's New Life Pills
are good because they are prompt
and safe, and do not cause pain.
Mrs. M. C. Dunlap, of Leadill, Tenn.
says: "Dr. King's New Life Pills
helped her troubles greatly." Get a
box today. Price 25 cents. Recom Recommended
mended Recommended by Tydings & Co. ad.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets In
Yonge's Hall at 8 p. m. every second
Friday. Yisiting sovereigns always
welcome. J. F. Thompson, C. C.
' Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. Ad
Next meeting Friday night, Sept. 12:
Try a Star Want Ad. It PAY8
W jr i
K Grace LivingsforvHill Lufz
AUTHOR f MARCtA SCHUYLER," "PHOCBC DEANE"
"DAWM Of THC MORNING ETC.
ILLUSTRATIONS 7tV (At-r
!N THE MOUTH,
Dunham hurried her off amid the
i good-bys of the company, and in a
moment more they were shut into the
semi-darkness of the four-wheeler and
i whirled from the too hospitable door.
As soon as the door was shut,, the
girl began to tremble.
"Oh, we ought not to have done
'that!" she exclaimed with a shiver of
1 recollection. "They were so very kind.
It was dreadful to impose upon them.
I-ut you were not to blame. It was
my fruit. It was very kind of you."
great window upon the panorama of i
the evening street, and yet be thor-
ougly screened from all intruding
glances by the big leather and brass
screen of the "ladies' bootblack." j
He was gone fifteen minutes, during j
which the girl sat quietly in her chair,
yet alert, every nerve strained. At j
any moment the mass of faces she was j
watching might reveal one whom she j
dreaded to 6ee, or a detective might I
place his hand upon her shoulder with
a quiet "Come with me."
When Dunham came back, the nerv- j
ous start she gave showed him how j
"TVe did not impose upon them!" he f tense and anxious had been her mind.
j exclaimed peremptorily. "You are my
friend, and that was all that we
! claimed. For the rest, you have cer-
tainly made good. Your wonderful
S music! How I wish I might hear
more of it some time!"
The carriage paused to let a trolley
pass, and a strong arc-light beat in
upon the two. A passing etranger
peered curiously at them, and the girl
shrank back in fear. It was momen momentary,
tary, momentary, but the minds of the two were
Dizziness, and a general "no
account" feeling is a sure sign
of a torpid liver. The remedy
is Simmons Red Z Liver Reg Regulator
ulator Regulator (The Powder Form).
It exercises its greatest re-
Jstorative effect in the liver, yet
and bowels. Indigestion, con constipation
stipation constipation and their attendant
evils disappear before its pow powerful,
erful, powerful, regulating influence.
Try its wholesome purifying
properties. It will give you a
good appetite, sound digestion
and make you feel well.
Sold by Dealers. Price, la-?; cackaffe, SI. 00,
Aikf'irthe irnuine with the Ri'd 7. on the la?'.
If u rai.iiv.t gt t it. Tf-ntii to us. we wui aeuJ ic l-y
R.ail. posrpmtl. tjiiumtiits Liver Uejruintor i a'po put
rp in liquid f'trm for thore who prefer u. frice
per bott.e. Lu-ji fur the Red i Luoci.
Wacahoota. Sept. 4. Mr. and
Mrs. Charlie Mxcn. Dr. C. li. Mixom
and Mr. Jim Whitcomo. or uames-
ville. were guests of Mrs. Freddie
Benton, Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. C. R. Curry an I daughter.
;Miss Thelma, returned Monday from.
a few days visit to Gainesville. j
Mrs. M. R. "beck and Miss Rosalie!
Smith returned Thursday from a vis-;
it to Miss Loleta Rawls at Montbrook
While there they attended the Gorr.-;
jtc-Tyner wedding at Williston. j
! Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bradlev were
Have ycu a house to
rent, or do you want
to rent a house?
Have you something to
sell, or do you wish to
buy a house, a lot, a
horse or a buggy?
Are you looking for
employment, or do you
need the services of
some one who is.?
IT so, you should pat patronize
ronize patronize the STAR'S un unclassified
classified unclassified column it'll
do the work.
J. H. ZBUN & CO, Pre?:., SL Louis, Mo.
'shoppers in Mieanopy Saturday, af
j Mr C. R. Curry was a business vis-(
!itor to Williston Saturday.
! Mr. V. P. Smith returned on Mon-1
;day from a few days visit to Ocala.'
While in the city he was the guest of j
his daughter, Mrs. W. J. Edwards.
j Mr. Clarence Smith spent several
'days last week taking in the sights J
of Ocala. returning home Wednes-i
! Messrs. G. M. and Cedric Smith ior Candidates for Postmaster of
EXAMINATION AT ANTHONY
He studied her lovely face under the
great hat, and noted the dark shadows
beneath her eyes. He felt that he
must do something to relieve her. It
was unbearable to him that this young
girl should be adrift, friendless, and
apparently a victim to some terrible j
fear. j aau ner eyes gave mm tnanKs again.
Drawing up a chair beside her, he She knew the seclusion and the oppor-
began talking about her ticket. i tunity to lock the compartment door
atenJed church at Shiloh Sunday.
The many friends of Mr. J. O. Ty Ty-'son
'son Ty-'son are indeed sorry to hear that he
that Flourishing Town
The United States Civil Service
Commission announces that on Sat
is quite ill and hope he will soon he,ur;!ay? Sept 27 an examination will
much improved. jb(? heW at AntllonVf Fla.f as a reSult
! Mrs. I. X. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. of which it is exnecteJ to make cer.
R. C. Epperson returned cn the 2nd tiScation t0 fi1 a contemplated va-
from a deiigimul summer trip, hav- canc,
two weeks at Daytona
'Vn.i mncr romomhor T t. n,ln rr-mlA rr,x yiaf frnm t,a r-ry. Ot that dellghtlUl SUmmer TeSOrt,
at your mercy," she smiled sadly. "I f stant fear that an unwelcome face and then a couple of days sight see-
in the position of fourth-class
uostmaster in that office, unless it
many pleasures sha1 be dscide(J in the interests of
the service to fill the vacancy by re reinstatement.
instatement. reinstatement. The compensation of
brought back to the immediate neces- i simply had to let you help me." i might at any moment appear beside in the Ancient City of St. Augustine, tlie 1)0stmaster at this oSice was
: sities of the occasion.
j "Intow, what may I do for you?"
j asked Dunham in a quiet, business-like
j tone, as if it were his privilege and
"I should be glad to pay double for
the pleasure you have given me in al- j
lowing me to help you," he said.
. Just at that moment a boy in a blue I
'right to do all that was to be done, j nnifcrm planted a sole-leather suit-i
"Have you thought where you would j case at his feet, and exclaimed: "Here
like to go?" you are, Mr. Dunham. Had a fierce;
j "I have not been able to do much j time findin' you. Thought you said j
; thinking. It required all my wits to j you would be by the elevator door." ;
act with the present. But I know that ; "So I did," confessed the young man.
! I must not be any further trouble to j "I didn't think you had time to get i
you. You have done more already j down yet. W ell, you found me any-1
than anyone could expect. If you can how, Harknes3."
have the carriage stop in some quiet, j The boy took the eiiver given mm,
f out-of-the-way street where I shall not i touched his hat, and sauntered off.
! be noticed. I will get out and relieve "You see." explained Dunham, "it
you. If I hadn't been so frightened wasn't exactly the thing for you to be
at first, I should have had more sense traveling without a bit of baggage, l
than to burden you this way. I hope j thought it might help tnem to trace
some day I shall be able to repay your i vou if ou really were being followed,
kindness, though I fear it is too great S( I took the liberty of phoning over
ever to repay." I to the clubhouse and telling the hoy
"Please don't talk in that way," said I to briR& down the suitcase that I left
he protestingly. "It has been a pleas- there yesterday. I don't exactly know
ure to do the little that I have done, i what's in il- 1 had the man Pack 11 and
i A, Rpnrl It dnun tn mp thinkiner I mipht
V rf OTu TS h r i anu ou nave more man repaia it Dy
111 lit m.vrtYteh ST M I th dPli-ht vm. h.vp even .nH mv stay all night at the club. Then I went
0 fF lIIKM ffV friends. I could not think of leaving : home. after a11- and forSot to take
1UJU9 Ai 3LUiZ.X.ySil .. ...,! alon?. It Drobablv hasn't anvthine
uu uulii juu die out ui juur iruuuie, -
and if you will only give me a little very aPPpriate for a lady s costume,
hint of how to help, I will do my ut- but there may be a hair-brush and some
most for you. -Are you quite sure you soap and handkerchiefs. And, any any-were
were any-were followed? Don't you think you how, if you'll aefcept it, it'll be some some-could
could some-could trust me enough to tell me a lit- thing for you to hitch on to. One feels
tie more about the matter?" a little lost even for one night with with-She
She with-She shuddered visibly. out a rag one can call one's own ex ex-"Forgive
"Forgive ex-"Forgive me," he murmured. "I see cept a Pullman towel. I thought it
it distresses you. Of course it is un- might give you the appearance of a
pleasant to confide in an utter regular traveler, you know, and not a
stranger. I will not ask you to tell me. runaway."
I will try to think for you. Suppose He tried to make her laugh about
! we go to the station and get you a it, but her face was deeply serious as
ticket to somewhere. Have you any she looked un at him.
Fine steamers; best service; low' preference? You can trust me not to T think this i3 the kindest and
fares; wireless telegraph. Through; tell anyone where you have gone, can most thoughtful thing jou have done
tickets to and from principal points.; you not?" There was a kind rebuke yet," she said. "I don't see how I can
Send for booklet. ; in his tone, and her eves, as she lifted ever ever thank vou!"
them to his face, were full of tears. "Don't try," he returned gaily.
"Oh, I do trust you!" she cried, di3- "There's your train being called. We'd
tressed. "You must not think that, better go right out and make you com-
but you do not understand." fortable. You are beginning to be very
Then she added suddenly: tired."
"But I cannot buy a ticket. I have She did not deny it, but rose to fol-
no money with me, and I low him, scanning the waiting room
"Don't think of that for an instant, with one quick, frightened look. An
I will gladly supply your need. A lit- obsequious porter at the gate eeized
tie loan should not distress you." the suitcase and led them in state to
"But I do not know when I shall be the Pullman,
able to repay it," she faltered, "un- The girl found herself established in
Careful Estimates Mado un All Con i and slipped a glittering ring from her
tract Work. Gives more and better fineer "unless vou will let. this nav
vvur lUi Ulf uiu:ic. tuau au yj, fQr u j do nQt Hke tQ trQuble yQU SQ
but the stone is worth a good deal."
"Indeed," he protested, "I couldn't
'and from there to Jacksonville where
Ithey did some fall shopping and vis vis-;ited
;ited vis-;ited relatives for two days, and then
jmaie the run from there home.
Making all these places in their car.
$52 4 for the last fiscal year.
Application forms and full infor information
mation information concerning the requirements
of the examination can be secured
fro mthe postmaster at Anthony or
they naa opportune to tak-e-m an from the Uy g Civil Service Commis Commis-Jthe
Jthe Commis-Jthe scenery on the way. They were gion Washington. D. C.
laccompanied by Misses Thelma and Applications should be properly
;Leola Smith, who stopped over in execute!i and filed with the commis-
'Jacksonville ior a lew aas. c5,lT1 nf vachin?tnn at least seven
Mrs. J. Porter Smith returned days jefore the date of the examina-
ifrom a visit to Gainesville Sunday. ; tioUj otherwise it may be Impractica Impractica-;She
;She Impractica-;She was accompanied home by Mr. C. he to examine the applicants.
,C. Pelric and Sam. Douglas and Miss; v s civil service Commission.
'.Fleming. They were the guests of
Mrs. C. M. Smith at dinner,
STKKNCiTllKX WKAK KIDNEYS
I Don't suffer long with weak kid-
;neys. You can get prompt relief by
We offer one hundred dollars re-. taking Electric Bitters, that wonder wonder-ward
ward wonder-ward for anv case of Catarrh that ful remedy, praised by women every every-cannot
cannot every-cannot be cured bv Hall's Catarrh where. Start with a bottle today.
CUre ;yo-i will soon feel like a new woman
F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo. O. 'v.Hh ambition to work, without fear
of pain. Mr. John Dowling of San
F. J. Cheney for the last years,
'Queen o! Sea Routes
llERCIl A .NTS' S '1IKI1. TUAXS. CO
Savannah, Baltimore, Philadelphia,
Boston and Providence
Sat Erect, Every Nerve Strained.
"The conductor on this tra.n is an
oia acquaintance or mine, he ex-
and believe him perfectly honorable the won leriui euect oi n.;eciric uu uu-in
in uu-in all business transactions and fin- ters prompts me to write It cured
anciallv able to carry out any obli- my wife when all else failed. Good
ations made bv his firm. National for the liver as we 1 Nothing better
;:ank of Commerce. Toledo, O. s for indigestion or biliousness Price
Unll'c Pararrli Pnro i tnlfPTl n- CeUlS itUU OUiu i.uiu&a
nlainpr! n that offlnini nnma thrnnirh itemallv, acting directly upon
the car. "I have taken this trip withblooi a;Li niucous surfaces of the:
. T 'svstem. Testimonials sent freo. Price'
bjm a number of times. Juet sit down cen,s 1)0Ule gcli b all flrugi
a minute. I am going to ask him to t 1
"A Little Bird Told Me So."
The popular expression, "A little
taS .metal .coked gr.m,y over informant, but i3 probably adapt-
u i led from the twentieth verse of tho
mo glasses cil iiic sncci ine unuci luc ;
big black hat, while Tryon Dunham ex-
it Would Sef m So.
"What do you consider the most im-
H. C. AVERY. Agent,
L. D. JONES. C. A.
Seminole Hotel. Jacksonville. Fla
Finest i-oastwiw Tiijr .a the World"
Carpenter anil Guilder.
piainea: tne s a menu oi mine, i ( portant t.ven in the history of Paris?"
nope you n De gooa to ner. in an-1
swer, he nodded grim assent with a
smileless alacrity which was neverthe- i
less eatisfactory and comforting. Then I
the young man walked through the (
train to interview the porter and the
newsboy, and in every way to arrange
for a pleasant journey for one who
three hours before had been unknown
to him. j
j tenth chapter of Ecclesiastes: "Curse
not the king, no not in thy thought;
and curse not the rich in thy bed-
asked the obsequious landlord of the chamber; for a bird of the air shall
Amfriran tourist. "Well." replied the : carry thv voic.e and that which hath
tour. who had grown weary of dis- wings ghall tcJ1 the matter."
tributing tips, "?o far as financial j
prosperity is concerr.f-d. I should say Y(JU ,,KAK CONSF3IFTION?
the discovery o:' Amoiica was the ;
maL-.ig of this town."
contractu- in the city.
think of taking your ring. Let me do
this. It is such a small thing. I shall :
j never miss it. Let it rest until you
i are out of your trouble, at least."
J "Please!" she insisted, holding out
! the ring. "I shall get right out of thia
j carriage unless you do."
i "But perhaps 6ome one gave you the
Good Time How
for Blood Health
Warm Days and Proper
Help do Wonders for
j No matter how chronic your cough
or how severe your throat or lung
ailment is. Dr. King's New 'Discovery
I will surely help you-. It may save
your life. Stillman Green', of Mali-
C,l.. writes: 'Two doctors
. .. .
lame 1 "ad consumption anu couiu
net live two years. I useu ur.
Dnroach of.111" 01 iae muej anu uiauaci 11 an i well. our nior.ey reiunaeu
nnvrino Who n-c Inrum orl him th Q i UULII llitTJl ciili uuitu. o a it tan 111- jw.
smilo hnt instsintiv nr-P him tn ipavfl bladder troubles in children. If not home remedy for coughs coids and
j A TEXAS WON DEB
When he returned to her he found Tiie Texas Wonder cures kidney
me snaaes cioseiy arawn ana tne gin (1 hiadrtpr trnuhlps. dissolves erav-.rhite
I el, cures diabetes, weak and
sitting in the sheltered corner of the
section, where she cculd not be seen
from the aisle, but where she could !back5' rneumatism, and all irresmar-. K?ngtg u,gcovery and
watch in the mirror the approach of ,itie3 of the Sidneys and b.adier m anl weI1. Your money
,nvmo ciio Tx-e.irvrvmpH him with a both men and women. Regulates if it fails to benefit you.
the train, lest he be carried away.
sold by your druggist, will be sent
uns troubles.. Price 50 cents and
T I tono-horl n r heir foarc QnH i r r .. : i ; 1
her there was plenty of time. Even;botte is two months' treatment, and j
after the train had given its prelimi- seldom fails to rfect a cure. Send!
uy tuuuun ue uucu i ,tc" "cl j for testimonials from this and other
mat sue must ue tui iu itri uilu
Guaranteed by 'Tydings
Tuberculosis in Europe.
From one-tenth to one-fourth of the
states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive St.. 'total mortality of Europe is caused
tuberculosis. The approximate
Premier Carrier of the South
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 10, U)7',i
Hound Trip Fares from Jacksonville
PI K.MING HAM
j ring, and you are attached to it."
j "My father," she answered briefly,;
"and he would want me to use it this
way." She pressed the ring into hia
! hand almost impatiently.
"I will keep it until you want it
again," he said kindly.
"You need not do that, for I shall
.,$.,) not claim it," she declared. "You are
i A, 1!L. A. A 11 I A. W 9 M. 9
at iiueri) 10 sen 11. 1 snow 11 is worm
a good deal." j
"I shall certainly keep it until I am
sure you do not want it yourself," he 1
! repeated. "Now let us talk about this purifier, s. s. s.. will start activities m
inp cp 1 ar Tissues ui wie uuui anu
Vnfiw hv tplocrr.i rh if shp npofiprl nnv
fiirthPrWn- and at. last gwiine- him". St. Louis. Mo. Sol i by druggists. Ad j by
self from the platform after the train I
was in full motion. J Lis2t a D Smoker
Immediately he remembered that Usn wM a d moker Q. a
he had not given her any money How : Massenet, who knew him
mum no mro inrtrnrrsn Ann inPTP
number of deaths in each million of
the population from tuberculosis in
certain countries is given as follows:
Russia, 4,000; Austria-Hungary, 3,500;
France. 3.000: Germany. Z.200: Hol-
wf-ll in h?i Inter- vtrtrs tplls 11 that 1 nAA. ti,. 1 cnn. Cntiin1 1
T-o3 tho Vnrth sirlp Ktafinn vpt tn he lanu, i.j.-j, iuiij, j,, uwimuu,
was the North side station jet to be Ligzt couM nQt ,a un,es3 fae had & Enjrlnnd. 400.
A few dose.-? of that wonderful blood
Tickets limited to September 13,
and are good returning on any reg regular
ular regular train within limit.
Excursion train will leave Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville for Augusta and Columbia
!:: a. ni. anl for Macon and At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta 9:40 a. m.
Through Coaches and Pullman
service. Special trains.
City ticket o:"Hce corner Forsyth &
Hogan Sis., phone Nos. 743 & 4041.
G 11. Petri:. Div. Pass Agt., Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. Fla.
National Conservation EjMsiti!n
Try a Star Want Ad. It PAYS
journey oi jours, we are almost at Bnnr chw (1pri(!p(1 rhsntrpS in the skin.
the station. Have you any preference The skin is but a fine network of tiny
as to Where you go? Have you friends Mood vessels, and the specific action of
to whom vou could en'" s- ?- s- is declare J to be a pronounced
to wnom jou COUia go. 'stimulation f the activity of these
oue suuuK uer ueau. iio rprmin it is that in a surnris-
short time any skin eruption
passed before she would be out of dan-
The last car was almost past
cigar in his mouth, which he never
ger. me last car was almost past troubed to ht He vould git down
when he made a daring dash and flung the ano wkh ft between his
himself headlong upon the platform, to ; teeth and k munching it aI1 tne
the horror of several trainmen who .. , ,
stood on the adjoiniag tracks.
He found the girl sitting where he
had left her, only she had flung up the
! quite eater, up, the Abbe woul
I from the instrument exhausted.
NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION
Notice is hereby given that a spe-
d rise cial election is hereby called" for the
'purpose of electing a councilman
! 1 rt Cnnn n fill
shade of the window next her, and .was iroui WIU "4
. :.i u. a ,.-iTn!th( nnexnired term of Dr. J. W.
gaitiug uu iuc, 1 1 ifuicutru irjca iuiu IHIA 1 IjV. 1 nirrr.H uiiii
the fast flying darkness. He touched
her gently on the shoulder, and she
turned with a cry.
ECZEMA AND SKIN EliCTTlONS Hood, resigned. Said election will
Dabies need a perfect skin-cover- be held at the city hall on the 7th
ain! she caid in an awed voice, tneir growin. ui. nuu.-u o
s going so fast! But you did not MA OINTMENT can be relied onj"-
f, after all, did you? Now, what 'or relief and permanent cure of suf- ew
u io ,aftnr, fering babies whose skin eruptions' on
'There are trains to New York every inei
"Oh, no!" she gasped in a frightened
And to Washington often."
"I should rather not go to Washing-
, ton," she breathed again.
"Pittsburgh, Chicago?" he hazarded.
"Chicago will do," she asserted with
relief. Then the carriage stopped be before
fore before the great station, ablaze with
light and throbbing with life.
He hurried her through the station
and up to the ladies' waiting room,
where he found a quiet corner and a
large rocking-chair, in which he placed
i her so that she mieht look out of the
... 1 A.
shows u mcr-t remarsable cnanee, n
begrins to .ry i:p; the skin scales oft
in tiny fiaks, anl soon a layer of
clear, hcuithy ;:r.d f.rm tissue results.
The --a: r. ic- :.i:3 is m tn peculiar
S. S. S.. which enables
.-kin to select from the
.n.t-r.t it requires for
the cel. ui
blood i n
! t f(!i i
This u-.c :
in anc v. ..!
of ca?e.c ?
had ssemtd io
"Ycu c.u. ct :.
stocked dr'-T s
it. hut be sure vou are not talkc
something "just as good."
s s. is prepared -: the Sw:ft ?pe ?pe-cific
cific ?pe-cific Co. ISO Swif Bldtr. Atlantn, Ga
Vritc .or tLi." L j .li" cr
sk'.r. C: -L.c:.
Skin eruptions cause them not day 0f October, A. D. 1913.
I herby appoint Frank Harris, Jr.,
H. H. Whetstone and cnas. il. Matn-
s as inspectors, and E. E. Robii-
Tt iu fa tno had and all v.., '.son as Ciei v ui raivi cicuiuu.
nci i"iuir uicii nc '"""" i n-itne.-c uliorsnf 1 havo hfriin-
hand as mayor of the city
(Continued Tomorrow) 'scalp. Doctors anl skin specialists : of Ocala, this the 21st day of August.
failed to help. e tried Or. Hol-son s; A q 1913. j. D. Robertson.
! Attest: Mayor.
H. C. Sistrunk. City Clerk.
"Oh. I thoueht vou had fallen under onlv intense suffering, but hinder
thp train!" she caid in an awed voice their crowtn. UK. tlUIi.UA S K-VA-1
can you do?
on m? accouuu h,hv- up afflicted with breakinz out
iof the skin all over the face and to set my
n ;. i.ct n demonstrate 3 year
v.. :i u T--JV.-1 1 rf i:I number
r!-:in rlisoases that
i e infurable.
n il. S. rf. i. any well
tcre, if you insist upon
11 tho-e who have a torpid liver. Eczema umtment a-na were o.erjoj o.erjoj-weak
weak o.erjoj-weak dises'ion or eenstinated bow- ed to see baby completely cured he heels,
els, heels, look" out for chills. The season, fore one box was used.' writes Mrs.
here and the air is full of disease atruo.er, uuuuque. iod.
to put vour liver in zoo'l condition & Co.. Ocala. Pfeiffer Chemical Co.,
and purifv th stomach and bowe!s. St. Louis. Mo.. Philadelphia. Pa ad
SIMMON'S RED Z LIVER REGFLA-
TOR is the rUhr remedy. It answers 1 pnolsh -Game"
(the parpo.-e ccmplerely. Price large
package. ?1; small size. 27, cents. Game, according to Engr.sh law, in in-;
; in-; .oil )y all drugsists. a:! Eludes hares, pheasants, partridges,
I erouce. black game, ptarmigan and
1 Try Star Want Ad. It PAYS oustard.
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