OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 9. 1913
JMItifi EACH C
GES ARE m wm
SUPPLIES AND MOXKY I'OUIUXfJ IX OX THE DEVASTATED AR
DRIER SENDING AI
nt THE PnilHTV IH THRU
Fl THE Bl DITCH
Ul IIIL UUUI1 I I 111 IUIII1
it will in-: possible to iutld good roads through it fiiom
KXI) TO end
SECRETARY MONEY AT SVM-
Addressed to the Above Effect the
Truck Growers Meeting
K Editor Star: I received the
"lowing request last Thursday:
SummerTield, Sept. 4, 11)13.
Mr. J. D. Kooney; Dear Sir: The
Truck Growers Association will hold
r rr 11 Tar muDfino' thiy nr niino' ft-i r.
m v. 5 t 1.-V -S. -y till V. vy ill A ll -.J
Jurday, Sept. Oth, at 2 p. m. The
i iieople of Summerfield want a hard a
road built from South Lake Weir to
the Orange avenue hard road, the
citizens to aid in the work If yo.i:ot the headwaters. The
could come down and give them a
talk on the subject they might be
stirred to action. Win. A. Kelley.
As per above request and with thelMORE 11RAIXS, MORE PEACE,
kindness of Dr. Counts, 1 visited SAYS SECRETARY IJRYAX
Summerfield and addressed the truck
Growers Association along along! The illustrated newspaper Exeel
general lines of development, anli.sion of Paris publishes a symposium
benefits to be derived to each of j on the Hague Peace Palace, and in-
them through their organization and;
cooperation. Now was the oppor-
tune time to grasp conditions and;erican secretary of state savs
bring success to their efforts.
I showed them the necessity for
such an organization as the Marion of the plane of intelligence and de- Tne litigation, in their opinion, i the people who deal in whiskey.
County. Board of Trade, how it was j velopment of the moral spirit under i undoubtedly will be carried through Their business is a legitimate avc avc-the
the avc-the central clearing house for all p opular governments. Intelligence-the Dominion courts to the privy ; cation. It is permitted by law and
movements and its position on all!
matters looking to the bettering of
conditions in and throughout the en-'
tre county; the necessity of such
work, its great advantage and how,
fnrosneritv can be attained in tli s
concerted actiOM. I pointed out
iearly that to let us all work to-
Hgether for each and every interest of
the county and it would bring its re-
demonstrated that wo
.must not undertake too many roa 1
!4! i 1... iS,.i.
MopusnioiiB rtL a Hint-, out iu miluv
tn our orisinnl nroieet and when t
was through with the Blitchton road i persons. But peace, with her vic vic-1
1 vic-1 u-nnhi ip pir.fl tn o-Pt hphmri t hp?r i tories wil1 triumph over war with
project and push it to completion.
These people have raised more than
S1T.00 a-, n mecial rnnd fund nnd
certainly deserve consideration.
then there are so manv new settlers
in that section that they are stan
ing as one man, ready to do or helpber oF deputies; Luigi Luzzati. a for-j troop.s would be Ian:
t,i any enterprise that will advance mer I'rnier of Italy, and Baron dejnce to Mexico Lil
intprp5f n,i ifr, nf Atnrinn J Broqueville, the Belgian premier. columns would tne'n i
the interest and welfare of Marion
county. Such citizens are a valua-'i
ble acquisition and asset to any sec section
tion section and it is my purpose to aid them
all possible in their work of better bettering
ing bettering conditions.
Summerfield territory will be on
hand at the county fair and other
sections of the county had better;
look well to their laurels or they
will go to this enterprising part of
jT "Carion countv. Go to it good citizens
am with you. J. D. Rooney.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
The Ocala Lodge No. C99, 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.
Rxall tooth paste, a perfect den
trifice, antiseptic and deodorant; 25c.
tubes, at Gerig's drug stores. S-29
SUCCESSOR 10 SLATTERY
Will Begin Work in Xovenilwr Bet
ter Outiook for tfie Withla
Washington, Sept. 9. Major Wil-!
liam B. Ladue has been named to
succeed Major .1. R. Slattery as head
of the Florida division of the IT. S.
engineering department. Maj. Slat Slattery
tery Slattery has been transferred to Vicks Vicks-burg,
burg, Vicks-burg, Miss.
The change is expected to occur
ome time in November.
A .survey is to be made of the
j Withlacooehee river from the aiouth'the initiative in rebuilding when a
.itormino ti r.rvrifHr in the ,-uQr'
i 1 v. wiiunivuo aii iuu iv.
and its neeis and possibilities.
eludes a contribution bv William!
Jennings Bryan, in which the Am
The movement in favor of peace
1 increases according to tha elevation.
suffices to make us understand what,
j wars cost and to make us ashamed
to have to settle our disputes on thejverdict is given the immigration ot
basis of brute force. For that basis
should he substituted a spirit ot mor
amy ana traternity. .Nations still:"1 ie;:iam uu td.iuiim sun
give way to selhsh ends to obtain un-
merited advantages or to wreak ven-
, geance, while the maximum amount
: of participation of the common peo-
1 pie in their own government allows
the Instigators of wars to themselves
. escane from the miseries of araiad
i conflicts whicli have been maninulat-
, q . ta I
, ed ior the benefit of a few privileged:
her cortege of horrors."
other contributors are
Stepnen iJinciion. tne r rencft nnms
, ter ot nrp Urn fitters: Count nnian
1 . ...
11 es' Uie 5i)anisl1 Premier; President
, itte v nianueva. ot t ie snanis i 1 ham
Chicago, Sept. Joseph Bobber
; and his wife had been married twen-
ty-flve years. As Joseph dressed to
go to church where he and his wife
were to meet the priest who married
j them, he boasted ot the perfect har-
them, he boasted of the perfect har
I mony that had existed in his house house-:
: house-: hold. The more he boasted the more
toasts he drank.
When Mr. and Mr:
'ed the church Joseph was not the
1 stendy upright person he was when
they stood before the priest 25 years 1
' ago. Mrs. Bobber was ashamed and:
i humiliated. When she got Joseph:
ihome she horsewhipped him. Then
1 she had him arrested.
"I just celebrated my twenty-fifth
wedding anniversary last week," said
Judgs Sabath, as Joseph stood before
i him. "I'll discharge you. Go home hung himself in jail here yesterday,
and don't get drunk again until you He was dead when found. He was
celebrate your golden wedding day. "hocked up for drunkenness.
! Insurance Will Cover Five-Sixths of
Area Will CoinnuMice Immediately
Hot Springs, Ark., Sept. S. Gen-
- O 111 KJ 1H. J lilVliO f U
plies are reaching Hot Springs for
the relief of persons who were ren-
Idered homeless by Friday night's!
fire. The task of caring for the!
. homeless is well in hand. Rebuild-
ing in the first swept area is to be-j
S5n immediately. Governor Hays is;
i expected to return here to hear re-
I quests of citizens for a special ses
sion of the legislature to authorize
the commission form of government ;
for Hot Springs.
v.i wi..... iw.,o, ...ii "have read it or not.
J C, 000,000, it is authoritatively stat-,
ed approximately $5,000,000 in in--surance
ine iron .;ouniam ranroau tooK
force of 200 men were set to work
yesterday constructing a temporary
wooden building near the site of;noun
j their station which was destroyed.
SAFE OX CAXAIHAX SOIL
ay he Two Years lit fore Tlsaw's
Case Can he Decided in
! "ia, vntario, &e4n. j. uonuu-
icn officials here forsee a delay .of;about any cne- My whole aim is fo
! 1'UBbiU1 .dIi t.iuxe nuai uei.-
i.. i l' i j 1
sion in the case of Harry K. Thaw.
council in England, where tne nnai
j verdict will be written. Fntil this
fieials believe the courts will not per
jniit tne deportation or jnaw ana ne
AMERICA PLAXS FOR
tJovt liient of Troops il
Intervene in Mexico
ept. !. The United
authorities have in
their possession plans for the invas
ion of Mexico by two different routes.
! According to the blue printed
I plan of the war college, invasion
i would be made via El Paso, Texas,
i ...c.vi. o .ucmcuu.,
arez. ?..exico. to
i"" t-i a nu, .':e.n.-u. 1 ne ictuei
,1 f . n..; t- 1
-' J VU-11U tidcnea
i 1"r-L iXll i uj:iu9siua,
uia ue lanuea ana tne a t-
r;,. 1..., t
ll.v iiesun. 1'
near the capital of Mexico.
At Fcrt. Sam Houston, Texa. is
located. the headquarters of the
southern department. Fnired States
I Army, with Brigadies General Task-
er H. Bliss in command. If Congress
, uld authorize the president to act
u-jui;ici : v a 1 v u tii vi liltr
snouia direct tnat American troops
r t ; 1 t ri n i i n r ;iv or An floinifil
. ... ii.K.- .-v.i.. Ut woiciaiy tilt1:! oIUMltl s t.fej.'ei.
! Bliss and his men would do th
I Probably thoy would be reinforce
', b' regiments from the other depart-
ments after they had crossed tho'mrn who has lived in the world long
border, or if there were time enough. : enough to see an abundance of botu
before crossing. evjj am good. I am a man with ap-
t-tites, passions and ambitions, th-3
SEEMS NOT TO HAYE
APPRECIATED PLANT CITV
i Plant City, Sept. 9. Making a
rope out of his blanket. F. Maydee
a traveling painter from Atlanta.
tlie Los and Rebuilding the Burnt
STRIKE AT THE SERPEHTS
llatl,es,,akes in tMe Pathways
Young Men and Vipers in the
Mower Beds of the Girls
Is it wise or unwise to estimate
the sequel by that which has gone'ficient for that, then join in every ef-!
Some in their college davsifnrr tn remove from them tbp tpm-
hnv ra, Miirnhv'c Tonitnc
inanrs n umcicuce iieiiiri uu
ln that book it ;
is told that a -certain Gaul, with a
superior magnanimity and love for
his fellowman offered his own head!
to whomsoever would bring him the
head of Nero, the tyrant
Another book that
1 iuv(. ittta
; mpnrions ih i.rnvinrp nf thp nrn.i
my persons on the 10th oi;i:a.
j September allow themselves to he
pronouns to the barroom:
nouns agree with their antecedents
in gender, number and person."
Some may laugh at those who are
trying to move temptation
from young men. I have no unkind
thought, no unkind words to express
inUuence you by reason and entreaty.!
I have no complaint to make against
sanctioned an i upheld by the peo-
pie. I am acquainted with only one
:man in Marion county who deals in
j whiskey. I have never been in his
place ot business, but lor linn I have
,a feeling of sincere friendship. I be be-!lieve
!lieve be-!lieve that man himself would reioica
at the dawn of the day when whis-
key is banished irom the country. It
is the people who have never taken
tthe pains to awaken to their duty
that they owe to their fellow men to
destroy the serpents that lie in the
pathways of young men and thus
protect our girls from the. possibility j
;ot vipers in
the flower beds of their;
You who vote for the continuation j
of whiskey at th-j coming election.!
renteniber that the time may 1
come when the cries of spirits of the!
nobie -young men whom whiskey has
on 1 ti-. i
an 1 the plaintive, soft
, .,.1.:.. 1 ... ,..
...H'l iv.: j;f iiuiiic:i v. iiitrif. lias U';-
- si ciled will make your days clou d;
in every high minded joy and your
nights restless from unavoidable re-;
membrance of the ruin you have;
ring upon those
kindlv remember some day the
fcreVer will come," and then some
vill be numV.erel and grouped wit h
that Imnc-h who in this life refused,
. i : .. ..1 i. ...... l . t t
Soaie may think this is wruen b''inrtice in a Caldwell paper that he
a preacher, or at least an enthusiasm v. ill auply to the board of par. Ions at
I am net a preacher an 1 I hope, not t'ne October meeting for a full and
i an enthusiast
I am simply a plain
isame as you. I am similar, but not
superior to other men. My life's star
ani voor life's star are now above
the horizon and will emit either light
or darkness on the 10th of Septem
ber. Westward these stars are mak
ing their way. They will sot behind
deeds of glory if our deeds are well
done or behind shadows of remorse
! ST HAM SHOVELS TOOK THE IST HOCK OUT OF THE CULEBRA
i CUT SUNDAY
jfrom deeds irrespective. Now if you
'love and are willing to lift noble
i young men and boys to prosperity J
'and happiness, to that state'of inde-:'"'
nf!pendence where they will become i "th and Xext Year Will See
; competent to be safe and devoted! the End of the Great Work
i husbands, providing homes for wor-
ithy, trusting, affectionate wives, Ij
say if you love our young men suf-i
, i, -r t
is llisiaious. 11
grows upon you un-
consciously. You may not fear it.
but may finally grasp yo;i unavoil-'
t p-q tv, ,-,ni-0 r.ur-ir ns.i
there is no danger in the beginning.'
but every dip the bird goes closer;
rind pin;pr nnn tlip pti.Tm ippdiiips
1 ni 11 y r- r ,i iiti si 1 11:1 h: ;i m 1 : 1 uhiu
snake holds the bird securely, j
when the snake shall no long
liuc t .ic iiiiicr ill in .iai lua
charm the bird?
Are you fathers and brothers will willing
ing willing to protect the snake that he may
continue to charm your bird?
lyou see your bird going down lower'
and lower, dip after dip, slowly
yielding, powerlessly yielding to the
i force of the charm which voj have;.
it will bring
; grief to your heart that no tongue
jean describe nor pen picture. Don't
jtake this to l:e imagination. Kindly
j don't assist the snake to continue his
j charm. If you will help to remove
jthe rattlesnake from the pathways of;
ithe yoi:ng men, no vipers will be;
lov.nd in the ilowerbeds of the girl;.:
and the matrimonial homes of our,
country will be "Sweet Homes,"
happy, affectionate, prosperous plac-1
es'with no scent of whiskey upon any
breath a glorious place for our
girls and boys. If in the past wo
have helped to place stumbling
stones in the path of any, let's1
change, and plant Mowers for all. j
Some one nas ijeautmiiiy ana im
pressively said: 1
j""l will he'p plant rare flowers along
life s way.
Help lift fiem others the burdens I
"These flowers may bloom for me
"And make my burdens be lighter o'i
On September 1 'i won't you help
Mowers along life's way?
S:n?erelv, A Man.
:A!-:trs jfpas iscariot
WANTS TO (HOT OFT
Lois Citv. li
Orfbr.rd. s I'-.-uii ;'e.se 1 assassin of
r-,,.,,,.., u'-v c.mnsniv.rc
one titne sentenced to be
! handed, has noblhel the re tuire 1
' absolute pnrden. A church at Wau
kesha. Wis., is at the head of the
movement for the pardon.
CHAPTER NO. l:i, R. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M.. on the
; fourth Friday in every month at;
30 p. m. C. B. Connor, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
j Mr. Grover
! Augustine this
DYNAMITIRG BOA DIKE
v:ii i i !., h.. T-i i. "v-
Panama, Sept. 9. The dry exca
vation of the Panama canal has been
completed, tha steam shovel, work-
in the Culebra cut, having remov-
ed ne iast rock baturday.
excavation of the canal will be com-
'pleted by dreiging.
onii;letion of dry excavation on
,lie ca.i;al was just ten days ahead of
'stheiule time and advanced the wor'.c
hnal stage. The cleaning out of the
iuiejra cut remains out tnis win 03
accomplished with mamoth dredges
loating on the surface of the canal.
An army of men will be busy for
! o:ue tinie. rebuilding the thirty-six
! miles of railroad track from the
'nine mile Culebra cut between Gam Gam-jboa
jboa Gam-jboa dike, and Pedro Miguel locks.
This is preparatory to turning water
into the channel from Gatun lake, on
the Atlantic October 5, rive days in
. advance of the date for dynamiting
Gamboa dike. While Culebra is be-
ing cleared of railway and equip-
:uent, drilling and blasting will ba
: going on at the bottom of the chan chan-.
. chan-. nel, loosening up rock and earth for
the dre iges that soon will be clawing;
away through water. On August 1
It 9 S ,00 0 cubic yards remained to b?
taken out of the theoretical canal
prism and since that time the steam
thove's have reduced the amount to
approximately 63o,000 cubic yards,
which is left for the dredges. Six of
the shovels will be continued in re-
,i:(;v!ik; dirt from the east and west,
banks near Culebra to lessen th;
danger from slides. The destruction
or Gamboa dike will leave only nna
such obstruction along the canal
rovte. the dike over which the rail railroad
road railroad crosses the Gatun locks and
which can be removed at any time.
7 ho lest barrier cn the Pacific side,
the Miraflcres dike, wss dynamited.
'Ut a few weeks ago, turning Pacific
tide vr.ter into a channel .",000 fet
long. .",00 feet wide and fifty-one feet
Dredges are now navigating this
'channel r.n I on the Atlantic side a
bi: suction dredge steamed on Gat'in
lake up to a point near the Gamboa
'dike ten days ago. Small vessels
probably will be able to pass through.
the canal from end to end by October
!1, and the waterway should be
ready for shipping proper early in
HURT AT GAIXESYILLK
Gainesville, Sept. 9. While visit visiting
ing visiting the municipal plant in course of
ere'io i here General John Tench, a
noted Confederate veteran, was bad badly
ly badly injured when a negro workman
threw a scantling from the tower.
!t struck General Tench on the head,
knocking him into a pile of brick.
Several physicians cared for him
at his residence.
An elegant line of lasers mana mana-script
script mana-script covers, in any color that could
be desired, just received at the Star
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1913
ALFKED HEWITT AlilJESTED
f If VAT A nPPTTT?T?T?ATPTrQ S
Elks meet his evening.
Odd Fellows meet tonight.
Board of Trade tomorrow night.
.JOE MALEVEIi WILE AGAIN
.SELL ITRMSHi.WiS TO GEMS
Moose meet Thursday night.
Mr. Joe Malever, who for many
j years conducted a gents furnishing
land clothing store in the Ocala House
block under the name of the Guaran Guarantee
tee Guarantee Store, but sold out a year ago,
has decided to re-ernbrak in this line.
He has purchased a stock of goods
and will open on the first of October
ready for business. He says that th3
line he intends carrying in the future
Pictures framed well and quickly I will surpass anything of the kind
Woodmen meet Friday evening.
The Harrington hotel is putting in
a carload of coal todav.
at The Murray Company. 0-6-3t
Captain Russell of Lake Weir
spent the day yesterday with bis
Get your go-cycle for your boy at
The Murray Company. 9-6-3t
Mr. T. O. Rouse, a clever young
traveling man from New York, was
in town today.
Rexall toilet cream, an excellent
toilet requisite, a delicate cleanser
and beautifier. At Gerig's Drug
Mr. C. W. Hunter has returned
from a visit to his family in Jacksonville.
ever seen in Ocala. Besides a gene general
ral general line of clothing an,d gents' fur furnishings
nishings furnishings he will also carry a full line
of shoes for men. Further announce announcement
ment announcement of location etc., of Mr. Male Male-ver's
ver's Male-ver's new venture will be made in a
A IJEAUTIFUL, PERMANENT,
WASHABLE, 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
Arrt-1 in Miiippi Over a Y;tr;
Alter tin IVi K'tration of Hi-
A If re i C. Hewitt, formerly of this j
city, who robbed the Southern E-;
lre.s Company at Eustis. when he j
was a'-'rnt there, on July 4th, 1012,1
of a sum of money said to be over ;
4,mm., has been arrested and is in
jail at Gainesville. Hewitt, it is said 1
was arrested in Mississippi several!
several days ago. The Southern Ex-1
press Company offered a reward of j
$200 for his arrest. Hewitt is now!
23 years old.
IJITIGLAHS ARE I1USY
See the clean up-to-date fountain
at the Anderson Pharmacy. Phone
delivery system for all lines; 269 is
the number. 9-4-6t
Mr. A.'B. Williams (Buckshot) of
Martel, left today for a business visit
at Birmingham, Ala.
Stamping and marking outfits at
The Murray Company. 9-G-3t
At the meeting of the K. of P. last
night, the rank of esquire was con conferred
ferred conferred on Mr. J. C. Dearmin.
Among the ads. of special interest
in today's paper are those of the
Anderson Pharmacy and the Rivers
Dp you need an alcohol stove to
take with you on early morning
trips? You can heat water or coffee
in four minutes. Look at them at
the Court Pharmacy. 9-2
Mr. H. B. Coe of Gainesville was
in town yesterday and today, dem demonstrating
onstrating demonstrating the. new Maxwell "25"
Indestructible Kewpie dolls at The
Murray Company. 9-6-3t
Henry P. Spencer of Ocala spent
yesterday in the city on a short bus bus-iaess
iaess bus-iaess mission, arriving Sunday night
and registering at the Hillsboro.
Wm. Wolff, of Ocala, is in the city
today on a business mission, coming
from the Marion county capital last
Right and registering at the Hills Hillsboro.
boro. Hillsboro. Tampa Tribune.
D. S. Williams, Jr., was among
the well known Ocalans transacting
business in the city yesterday. Mr.
Williams was registered jat the Hills Hills-borTr
borTr Hills-borTr TarrTpa Tribune.
Dr. S. H. Blitch r and Mr. J. W.
Coulter of Blitchtn were in town
today. Mr. Coulter is one of those
public-spirited mem. Recently he put
.in much good wfork unpaid for on
me of the roads fin his section, help-
iag all his neighbors out more than
' Mr. E. D. Seymore, a Confederate
veteran and good old citizen of North
Carolina, who is visiting his son, Dr.
Seymore, the popular young Sumter
county physician, was in town today,
and called on Mr. D. E. Mclver, who
i3 from the sanietateandcoun ty,
vMr. D. E. Mclver received the sad
news today of the death of a kins kinsman,
man, kinsman, Mr. E. D. Mclver. Mr. Mclver
was here abou a year ago, and made
many friends during his stay in the
city. He was a lawyerby profession
and held a highprSce at the North
Carolina bar. "He died at Rochester,
Miss., where he went to undergo,
medical treatment at the famous hos hospital
pital hospital in that city.
It is a little late in the season, but
we want to call jour attention to
a nobby line of bathing caps which
you can findt at the Court Pharm Pharmacy.
acy. Pharmacy. 9-2
Everyone who passes ,that way ad admires
mires admires the superb show windows of
The Murray Company. The beauti beautiful
ful beautiful picture of September Morn at attracts
tracts attracts the attention of the artistic,
and so far no one has had the bad
taste to throw a fit on seeing it.
AT THE TEMPLE THIS EVENING
Now, good people, just look over
the program below and see what yo'i
think of it. It speaks for itself, and
we are sure you will like it. It is
one of the kind that suits everybody.
Birds and Animals of BraziL Edu Educational.
cational. Educational. Scenes of Tananarive, Madagascar.
Scenic, by the Edison Company.
Some Spots in and Around Los
Angeles. Some more beautiful
scenery by the Edison Company.
Don't Worry. A splendid comedy,
also by the Edison Company.
Slippery Slim Repents, and Just
Kids. Two extremely laughable com comedies
edies comedies by the Biograph Company.
Mercy Merick. A beautiful drama
by the Edison Company. Adv.
CARD OF THANKS
After a siege of -some eight weeks
of typhoid fever, Mrs. R. A. Hpgan
was removed to her home at P'ort
McCoy Saturday. Mr. Hogan and
family desire to express through the
columns of the Star their profound
thanks tothe many friends who so
nobly assisted them during the ill illness
ness illness of Mrs. Hogan, and they espe especially
cially especially thank Drs. McClane and Par Par-ramore
ramore Par-ramore tor their untiring attention
any many acts of kindness during
Mr. J. F. Jenkins left this after afternoon
noon afternoon for Columbia, S. C, where he
will join his partner, Mr. G. K. Will Williams,
iams, Williams, who went up yesterday, and
together they will attend to import important
ant important business.
The streets in the third ward are
being improved in looks if not other otherwise
wise otherwise by having the grass of many
months' growth, removed from their
Get your school books early and
avoid the rush. The Murray Com Company.
pany. Company. 9-6-3t
The class of young ladies of the
Baptist Sunday school taught by
Mrs. A. J. Brigance and Mrs. Cal Calvin
vin Calvin West is selling delicious cake
and candy from the band stand this
afternoon. Give them a call.
The county judge has issued mar marriage
riage marriage licenses to Jos. H. Ellison and
Miss Addie Mae Jones, to F. B. Pe Peterson
terson Peterson and Miss Alma M. Mathews.
Silver Springs Post Office Robbed of
Money and Stamps
The sheriff's office was notified
early this morning that a burglary
had been pulled off during" the night
at the Silver Springs postoffice. En Entry
try Entry to the buliding was gained by
prying off an iron bar across the win window,
dow, window, and the exit was made via the
back door which was opened from
the inside. Quite a few stamps an 1
a small amount of change was takej
from the place, but the exact amount
is not yet known. Sheriff Galloway
went out to the Springs this fore forenoon,
noon, forenoon, but found no clue as to who
did the job.
SAND PLANT ORDERED SOLD
At a meeting of the creditors of
the Lake Weir Sand Company, bank bankrupt,
rupt, bankrupt, held in the office of Referee
McClure yesterday afternoon it was
decided to sell the machinery of the
plant to the best advantage either by
public or private sale. Commission Commissioner
er Commissioner Gordon Sinclair has charge of the
RLITCTITON HARD ROAD
Fessenden Academy Two mule
team, wagon and driver.
Jos. L. Wiley, Principal.
AT THE TEMPLE
Manager Bennett has secured the
following plays for the coming sea season:
son: season: September
14. Temperance lecture.
2T.th. Edward DOize in "The
Merchant of Venice."
17 and 18. Edison Talking Pic Pictures.
tures. Pictures. 24th. "Bought and Paid For."
27. Local talent, benefit hospital.
2Sth. Bert Leigh in "The Little
30th. Coburn's Minstrels.
"The Barber of Seville."
"The Leopard Spots."
Xiel O'Brien Minstrels.
3, "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 oy
4th to 13th. Chautauqua.
16th. "The Rose Maid."
19th. Paul Gilmore.
XOTICE TO PATRONS
OF HOWARD ACADEMY
Band concert Friday evening.
G. C. SHEPHARD,
Holder Block, Rooms 9 and 10.
Call Phone 267
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, Fla.
All patrons of Howard Academy
are requested to meet at Metropoli Metropolitan
tan Metropolitan hall Monday evening at 8 o'clock
for the purpose of discussing the
proposed improvements and addition
to Howard Academy by the sub sub-school
school sub-school board under the appropriation
from the recently, authorized bond
issue. W. P. Wilson, M. D.
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
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets in
Yonge's Hall at 8 p. m. every second
Friday. Visiting sovereigns always
welcome. J. F. Thompson, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. Ad
Next meeting Friday night, Sept. 12.
PICNIC AT TURNER'S TOND
There will be a basket picnic at
Turner's pond on Saturday, Sept. 13.
Everybody is invited to attend and
bring well filled baskets. Don't for forget
get forget the date and place. Refresh Refreshments
ments Refreshments will be furnished by S. Nobles.
J. S. Nobles,
H. R. Roddenberry,
A few of the prices
that is bound to move
the remainder of the
Spring and Summer
36 inch Pajama Checks, Op
per yard . OL
40 inch White Lingerie,
per yard . IvL
40 inch White Sheer' A
Lawn, per yard v
36 inch Brown all IQ,
Linen, per yard jLuL
Fast Colored Chambrays
per yard ....
Fast colored Dress Lawn
per yard . .
Ladies' 10c Ribbed Vests
4 for ....
Ladies' 25c and 50c
Sailor Hats for
Ladies' White P. K.
Skirts at .
Men's 25c Underwear
Men's 50c Athletic Un Underwear
derwear Underwear at .
Men's 50c and 75c Soft
Collar Shirts .
Men's Odd Shirts, 50c
and 75c goods, at
USE STAR WANT ADS FOR RE5ULTS--They "Deliver the Goods."
TIIE OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, AUGUST 0, 1913
CONFEDERATE REUNION j
NEXT .MONTH IN I'ENSACOLA
AT WORK AGAIN
The real Jiarvest 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;
vbut put as much as possible of it into the bank for
that DECEMBER of your life that is bound to come.
UU TUUri BAftKIHU WIIH US
VVc Pay 4 per cent tnfrmt on Savings Accounts
Ocala Library Association Ileorjjaniz- i
ed Monday Evening j
A meeting of the Library Associa- j
tion was called for the purpose of re-
organizing Monday evening. Present:
Mrs. Eittinger, Mrs. Stovall, Mrs. j
Sinclair, Mrs. Schreiber, Mrs. Jake
Bro-arn and Miss Gamsby.
The object, as stated, was to reor reorganize
ganize reorganize and adopt a name.
?!rs. Dittinger was chosei as tem temporary
porary temporary president, and Secretary Roo Roo-ney
ney Roo-ney as acting secretary. The name
adopteJ was the Woman's Library As Association
sociation Association of Ocala, Fia.
Officerds were elected as follows:
Mrs. Richard McConathy, president.
J. Gerig, vice president.
Mrs. F. T. Schreiber, recording sec-
W. H. MARSH
R. C. MUNCASTER
; Monticello, FJa., Aug. 31, 1513.
j To the Florida Division: U. C. V.:
j At your twenty-second annual con con-!
! con-! vention, held in Lake City, October
23, 24 and 23, 1912, a cordial invita invita-j
j invita-j tion was extended to you to accept
j the hoitality of the city of Pensaco Pensaco-j
j Pensaco-j la, and make that city your re-union
j point in 1&13. This invitation was ac ac-icepted
icepted ac-icepted with great enthusiasm. Your
(commander is in receipt of a coni coni-'
' coni-' munication from Camp Ward U. C. V.
No. 10, reminding us of our er.gage-
ment. In deference to the wishes of
I the hostess city your commander now
announces that our twenty-third an an-j
j an-j nual convention will be held in the
j city of Pensacola, October 21, 22 and
j-"' 1 retary.
I When we recall the splendid hospi-, M,:s. Jake Brown, treasurer,
jtality extended to us in the past, no-j iss Gamsby, librarian,
jtably at Ocala, Live Oak, Bartow, Or-; Committee to draft new constitu constitu-I
I constitu-I lando and Lake City, when we glow tion and by-laws: Mrs. Stovall, Mrs.
jwith the loving memory of the sweet Brown and Miss Gamsby.
comraaesnip renew ea as we met eaciv Directors, with term of service, as
other once more on this side of the follows:
river, then let us rejoice at the near-. Ladies Mrs. Bittinger, chairman,
by prospect of on'ce more looking into one vear; irs. stovall, two years;
each others' faces here upon earth. MrS- Sinciair, two years; Miss Nellie
To Brigade Commanders, Officers Stevens, three years,
of the Division Staff and Camp Com-, Men J. J. Gerig, one year; Jake
manders Your division commander Brown, one year; Dr. Boozer, two
tdmonishes you in love to perfect all years.
arrangements, prepare all necessary, Special committee on subscriptions
reports and put yourselves in readi- and finances for library: Mrs. Bit Bit-ness
ness Bit-ness to march without confusion on tinger, Mrs. Schreiber and Mrs. Sto Sto-the
the Sto-the 21st day of October into conven- Vall.
tion at Pensacola. Membership rates aranged as fol-
The basis. of representation in the lows: Life membership, $25; honor honor-convention
convention honor-convention wil be one delegate to ev- ary membership, yearly, $5; regular
ery twenty members of a camp whose membership, yearly, $2.50; special
per capita dues are paid, and one ad- membership, Eoy Scouts, $1; special
ditional delegate for a fraction of ten membership, school children, $1 ; spe spe-additional
additional spe-additional members; but every camp cial membership, farmers' families,
shal be entitled to not less than two yearly, $1; transient membership;
delegates, provided that camp has monthly, 50c.
paid up its membership dues.
This has been a remarkable year of
achievements in the history of our or organization,
ganization, organization, and the end is not yet. It
has been a year where personal effort
throughout the entire organization
has made itself felt; a year when
progress was the watchword, and
when the division commander and the
camp comrade alike have worked for
the better ment of our organization.
We started the year with thirty camps
organized in good standing. We
have now forty camps a gain of ten
camps. We have organized two new
camps out of a total of seventeen in
the entire south. We have, succeeded
in winning the grand re-union in 1914
for Jacksonville, in our own state.
We found an appropriation of $3000
The tenor ot the meeting was most
harmonious, and all determined to
bend their best energies for its suc success.
cess. success. An honor roll has been started of
those making donations of any book
or set of books.
First Mr. W. T. Gary, 12 volumes,
Writings of George Washington.
to aid us in erecting a monument to
the Women of the Southern Confed Confederacy
eracy Confederacy upon the statutes of our state.
We have increased the sum to $12, $12,-000,
000, $12,-000, there being only one dissenting
vote in the house and two in the sen-
Second Mrs. L. R. Chazal, G vol
umes, Writings cf Fiction.
Who will be the next? Let us rally
now, and make our library 'under its
new management one of success. Ral Rally
ly Rally to its support, and when the finance
committee calls on you, respond liberally.-
They are determined to raise
$500 for their first year's work for
books, magazines and other necessary
By all working and pulling togeth together,
er, together, we can make this a most interest interesting
ing interesting and satisfactory success.
Watch the Uttrary Association.
They will have some delightful sur surprises
prises surprises for our good people later. Our
papers will give the good news.
J. D. ROOXEY, Secretary.
here is Your
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 $5 per year, for money,
jewelry and all valuable papers.
m Large and small accounts welcomed.
Ocala National Bank
rXITKD STATES DEPOSITORY
At This Period Use All
Safeguards for Co nlorts and Well Beinn
A TEXAS WOMJEi:
Ocala House Block
V ft typeface strikes ; g bMPii
r fj the printing center M USS'X I
O i"1 T7 The L. C. Smith & Broi. Ball-bearing,
5ervice Lan i ou
Get From Your Typewriter?
It's what a machine does, not what it costs, that is
AH typewriters do not have.the same efficiency and the
same operator does not get the same result on every writing
The L C. SMITH & BRGS. Typewriter
will produce ten to twenty per cent more work than any
other typewriter ever made.
How is this possible? r
Here are a few reasons: N
1. It is ball-bearing throughout others are not
2. All operations are controlled from the keyboard.
3. It is the lightest touch machine made.
4. It does not "smut" the carbon.
5. The ribbon reverses automatically.
6. The type is so protected that it is not battered by
7. One motion of thejiand returns the carriage and
operates the line space.
It has an inbuilt biller and tabulator.
No trouble to write on paper as small as a post post-ape
ape post-ape stamp.
It is built for sexvlceT--
; ate. We had collected less than $30
i for our women's monument. "We have
mow collected $5400 in cash and have'
a pledge, from the contractor of $50 j
more, making in all $5900 in cash, or
j equivalent, towards the $12,000 which, The Texas Womer cures kWnev
we must raise to make the states ap- and badder troul)les dis3olves grav.
rtS.ov .u.el cure3 diabetes, weak and lame
$0100 necessary to make good with backs; rheumatism and all irregular irregular-the
the irregular-the state we have definite personal Uies of tne kidnevs anJ biadder in
pledges in the city of Jacksonville for both men ani women. Regulates
$5023, and unpaid camp pledges of Lla(Ider troubles in children. If not
$007.50, aggregate pledges, $5022 50, ?od by yQUr druggIstf will be sent
leaving balance to complete our $0100 v mail on receipt of $1. 0ne small
only $467.50. Every dollar pledged by;botte ,s two months. treatment, and
individual or camp is now due and;seUora faJIs t0 perfect a cure. Send
should be paid at once. They arefor testimonials from this and other
pledges of honor. The contractors' states Dt e w Hai 2026 01jve St
are pushing the work. The state i3St. Loui5i Mo. Sod by drUggists. A.i
waiting for us to make good, and wej
have passed the period where pledges j
unpaid are negotiable, and have!
reached the crisis where only the coin!, , Xf
, TIio;. Jolinsmi, .Manager, l'hone 211
counts. Comrades, let us consider the!
gravity of this situation and con.c! Transfer furniture, trunks or bag-
age. careiui moving ot aii Kinas.
OCALA ii;ay CO.
Send for Illustrated catalog.
k LC. Smith & BrosTypewriter Co. A
neaa umce lor uomestic and Foreign Business,
L SYRACUSE, N. Y.. U. S. A.
." Florida Ave., Tampa, Fla.
1 118 Ia lira Street
riwWlii..- ' .nflf'Pl
JOOODDDls mm mm saTliui iaitaEaiaEaEiaQa jBTSi L
speedily to the rescue.
Your commander is in close touch
with Major General Joseph H. Bur Burroughs,
roughs, Burroughs, commander of the Florida Di Division
vision Division of Sons of Confederate Veter Veterans.
ans. Veterans. The sons are our natural heirs
and hope of perpetuating our organi-j
zation is in the amalgamation of the
two organizations when the prcper
time arives. General Burroughs will
meet us at Pensacola. Let us consid consider
er consider that no camp is perfected in organ organization
ization organization without an auxiliary camp of
sons. Let us devote the latter days
of 1913 to organization of our sons,
and let us hope to meet them at Pen Pensacola.
sacola. Pensacola. By order of
BENJ. J. PARTRIDGE,
Maj. Gen. Commanding Florida Divis Division
ion Division U. C. V.
S. C BOTT,
Adjt Gen. and Chief of Staff.
Two of the best teams. Freight haul haul-ei
ei haul-ei or s-hippel to any place. Orders
serve! at once, day or night. Resi Residence
dence Residence 207 W. Second St. 9-3-6td
NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION
oi:t(oir mails closf
A. C. L. NORTH 5:05 a.
12:45 p. m. SOUTH 6:10 a.
2:10 p. m.; 2:30 p. m.; 9 p. m.
S. A. L. NORTH 12:50 p. m.;
4:10 p. m.; 9 p. m.. SOUTH 12:50
p. m.; 9 p m.
OCALA NORTHERN NORTH
7 a. m.; ,12:55 p. m.
STAR ROUTES Blitchtoa an.
Calvary 2 p. m.
Notice is hereby given that a spe special
cial special election is hereby called for the
purpose, of electing a councilman
from ward two, city of Ocala, to fill
the unexpired term of Dr. J. V.
Hood, resigned. Said election will
be held at the city hall on the 7th
day of October, A. D. 1913.
I herby appoint Frank Harris, Jr.,
II. II. Whetstone and Chas. H. Math Mathews
ews Mathews as inspectors, and E. E. Robii Robii-?on
?on Robii-?on as clerk of said election.
In witness whereof 1 have hereun hereunto
to hereunto set my hand as mayor of the city
of Ocala. this the 21st day of August.
A. D. 1913. J. D. Robertson,
H. C. Sistrunk, City Clerk.
Cures Old Sores, Other Remedies Won't Cure.
The worst cases, no matter of how lonsr standing
are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Im Importer's
porter's Importer's Antiseptic Healingr OiL It relieve relieve-Pain
Pain relieve-Pain and JJeals at the same time. 25c, 50c, Ji.Cs.
Wash rags and bath towels at the
Court Pharmacy. 9-2
Try a Star Want Ad.rlt PAYS
Malaria or Ghiiis & Fsve;
Prescription No. 668 is prepared especial'
for MALARIA or CHILLS i FEVtF
Five or Bix doses will break any ca?e. sn ;
if taken then as a ton-c foe Feeer wui n. n.-return.
return. n.-return. It acta on the liver bcter tha
Calomel and does, not gripe or ticken. 25
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.
Woodmar Sand & Stone Company
land, Crushed Mock
Plant ail Oai! North Main ,St.
Call up Pli9!ie 3D) ail L?t a Give aa Estimate on Ycur
AND ELECTRICAL WORK
We Gaarantee TcrSave You lUmy on Aay IVork in )ur Lines ;c
Am ue employ none but experts ive are In position to if narantee ev every
ery every piece of uurk we eonntruct ntanl tbe Innpecllon of the mowt
rield inspector. It rOMts uothloK to get our fig-uren and yon are tbe
winner, whether we xecure the eontriit-t or not. Give u a trial.
M W. TUCKER
Special Prices on Recovering Auto Tops:
5. Passenger ; Su0bhS ;;
Goods subject to examination. Test of goods seen at
shop. Workmanship the best.
OCALA AUTO TOP CO.
J. J. McCRANIE, Manager.
WHITE STAR LINE,
VRAXSFER A.VD FIUEPHOOF STORAGE
COLLIER BROS.. Proprietors.
Teams for Light
and Heavy Hauling.
Superior to Plaste
or Ceiling in
Qaality or Price.
Read our UNCLASSIFIED ADS. for your wants
THE OCALA EVENIVG STAR, TUESDAY. AUGUST 9, 1913
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
IilTTIXGEi: & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
11. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. If. Renjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.
One year, in advance $5.00
Six months, in advance 2.50
Three months, in advance.... 1.25
On month, In advance 50
One year, in advance $S.0u
Six months, in advance 4.25
Three months, in advance.... 2.25
One month, in advance SO
The business man who on baseball 'ama canal, carried out by U. S. army
days says to his employes, "My j engineers after several big railroad
grandmother is dead, and I will have: men had fallen down on the job,
to let you all off to attend the fun- showing that when government work
eral; remember the game begins at: is well carried out nothing can com com-3:30,"
3:30," com-3:30," is sure to be popular, even if J pete with it. Also, it is an indisputa-
had begun, there would have been no
telling when it would end or hov,- farj
it wouid spread.
It show.-- how the peoples of this;
world are dependent on each other,
when battles among semi-savages in
the fields of Thrace causes reduction
in the force of an industrial plant
7000 miles away, and should remind:
us forcibly how necessary is the per-j
sonal justice on which international'
justice is founded. i
'The Balkan nations have bleli
themselves white, the German and i
French war eagles have smoothed!
their ruffled plumes, the American i
Senate has talked itself to a stand-J
still on the tariff, and the mountain;
stores of phosphate rock have dimin-j
ished to hills. Everything look$ like!
there was going to be a big revival ;
'in all business and industry, and the:
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.
Tite Muitroe & Qiambliss Bank
be doesn't die as rich
A great deal of the loss of life on
the New York and New Haven has
been due to the out of date wooden
cars in use on that road. But the
New York World says that whenever
any of the millionaires who own the
road travel on it, they use special
Some of our contemporaries say
that the girl of today who smokes a
cigaret is no worse than the grand grandmother
mother grandmother of olden days who smoked a
pipe or dipped snuff. We suppose
not, but the smoking and dipping
grannies did not shine in society fifty
years ago any more than the cigaret
girls do today.
ble fact that in France and Germany,
where most of the railroads are gov government
ernment government owned, they don't massacre
the people like our railroads do.
They have accidents, of course; but
they are much fewer than in this
country. French, German and Eng English
lish English railways are not as convenient
and luxurious to travel over as Am American,
erican, American, but they are safer.
AX OCALA INDUSTRY
Otis F. Landers has taken charge
of the Quincy Enterprise as editor
and lessee. From the way he takes
hold he is going to prove a valuable
man for Quincy and Gadsden county.
Success to him. Pensacola Journal.
Mr. Landers is an ex-Ocala boy
and his friends here will be gratified
at his success. His paper is neat and
newsy and deserves the support of
Dolor;? the supreme court of the
state of Xew'York, last week, a con contractor
tractor contractor testified that he had paid
$30,000 in graft to Tammany, in
order to obtain public work. You
will not observe Tammany's Florida
friends printing this in parallel col columns
umns columns with their denunciations of
steadily working Ocala Iron Works :
will be among the first institutions to'
feel the new impetus.
The works generally employ 75 to
a hundred men, there nearly always
being a score or more out of town,'
making repairs on machines that
either can't be moved, or are only
damaged enough to need repairs on
the spot. Sometimes the works have
as many as 150 men employed, and
as jron workers are among the most
intelligent and best paid mechanics,
its easy to figure what a large item
this institution is in the business, so social
cial social and industrial life of our city.
The Manatee River Journal is
twenty-five years old and was found founded
ed founded by its present editor, Hon. Joe H.
Humphries. There is a record hard
to match. Joe Humphries is an able
editor, and his journal has been and
is a strong influence not only in local
but state affairs. Congratulations.
St. Petersburg Times.
We often see in the novels and the
"movies," denunciations of the cold
and cruel world, which will not give
an ex-convict a chance to earn an
honest living. The world has been
burnt so many times that it dreads
The Ocala Iron Works is. one of
our city's principal industries, though
it makes little display in print, and
with the exception of those who need
its services comparatively few re
member its existence. Occupying an!
humble group of buildings in a yard
remote from the business center and
the more showy residence section, a
majority of our people do not see it
from year's end to year's end, and
think of it not much more often.
Yet the Ocala Iron Works is a
well conducted institution and a most
necessary one, doing work for firms
and plants all over half a dozen
counties that would otherwise have
to send for parts and repairs at least
a hundred miles further away.
A Star reporter dropped in the
office of the iron works Monday, not
for a formal visit, but just to see
how matters were moving along.
The manager, Mr. Simmons, was
busy, but took a half an hour off to
show the newspaper man thru the
plant. It is an interesting trip for
anyone, and ntost people, who see
finished metal work every day with without
out without thinking how it is shaped, would
open their eyes in wonder to observe
the operation of the powerful ma machines
chines machines that cut and bend the stub stubborn
born stubborn iron into useful form as easily
as a housewife molds her bread.
It seemed to the reporter that
there was a large and busy force in
the different departments, and he
was surprised to be told there was
not much more than half as many as
usual. Shutting down the phosphate
mines 'has greatly reduced for the
time being the demand for repairs
made necessary by wear and tear on
machinery, and so for a few months
there has been quite a lull in opera operations.
tions. operations. A considerable force was busy,
however, and it is apparent that rock
PUBLIC SPIRITED CITIZEN
Have Bought T
the fire. The Jacksonville police
have just found out that a preacher bottom has been reached, as phos phos-named
named phos-named Cannimeyer, in jail in that phate continues to be shipped from
city, is the man who robbed Cohen's Florida ports every day, and the
store of $1100 ten years ago. Since rock nits of this territory furnish thp
then, he has been an inmate of the
Alabama penitentiary, to which he
was sent for robbery. He claimed
to have experienced religion, preach preached
ed preached to his fellow convicts, was pardon pardoned
ed pardoned out by the governor, and for a
year or so was pastor of an Alabama
In a story recently started in the
Saturday Evening Post, one of tho
characters, a railroad owner, speaks
of the waste of money in public af affairs,
fairs, affairs, and says if he managed a rail railroad
road railroad with the lack of business prin principles
ciples principles shown in the management of
the government, he would soon be
bankrupt. Maybe so. The Star has
never favored government ownership
or railroads. But it is conceded that
no business enterprise has been bet better
ter better conducted than digging the Pan-
greater part of the supply of the
world. For some years, some of the
big mines had been working full
time and stacking up the rock by
millions of tons. It went across the
ocean in a steady procession of par par-goes,
goes, par-goes, to help fertilize the fields of
Europe, impoverished by the work
of a thousand years.
Then the Balkan war broke out,
and other and bigger wars threaten threatened,
ed, threatened, and business, ever cautious, reef reefed
ed reefed its sails down to just enough to
give it steerage way until the finan financial
cial financial seas were calmer. A greater
cause for caution in financial circles
than the Balkan war, tho heard of
comparatively little, was the friction
between France and Germany which
thiee months ago looked like another
great war would be raging ere sum summer
mer summer was over. And If such a war
Orlando Sentinel: John T. Dis-
mukes has set the pace for other hu humanitarians
manitarians humanitarians in Florida. He offers a
thousand dollars a year to keep the
teeth of the children in the public
schools of his city in condition. The
cane of the teeth is generally neglect neglected,
ed, neglected, .and the loss of the teeth results
in bad health and personal disfigure disfigurement.
ment. disfigurement. Such work as Mr. Dismukes
has laid out in this wise is better
by far than building churches or
monuments or endowing libraries. It
is doing something practical for the
betterment of humanity. i
THE 3IARION COUNTY WAY
St. Augustine Record: Judging j
by the way the Ocala Star reports
from the Marion county capital that:
county's people are on the job withj
their full share of public spirit. I
There's a road leading to Blitch-j
ton or by Blitchton anyhow, it's a.
real road that's in bad condition and!
over which traffic is heavy. It needs'
They are going to have a big pic
nic at which the ladies will provide!
the good things to eatwhen the noonj
hour comes. And the business menj
and citizens of Ocala and that section!
of the county are pledging to go out
and shovel dirt and otherwise work
roads for the whole day. The Ocaia
Star prints an honor roll each day of
the men who have pledged to work
themselves, to hire others or to fur furnish
nish furnish teams. This list appears each
day, additional names sontinually
making it longer. And it is a pretty
creditable list, a real honor roll.
There is every indication that they
mean business and that they intend
to have several miles of better high highways
ways highways to show for their efforts when
the sun sets on that daj.
Volusia County Record: May
Murphy and Tammany go down in
defeat at the coming municipal elec election
tion election in New York city is the wish of
all patriotic people of the United
Ocala has a booster for good roads
in their secretary of the board of
trade. Mr. Rooney believes in look looking
ing looking after the home interests first.
This shows he is a live wire. South
Tulula Lodge No. 22, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every
Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock in
Yonge's Hall, Fort King avenue. Vis Visitors
itors Visitors in the city invited to be with us.
G. L. Taylor, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary. Adv.
aturday Eve. Post for You
Come In and Get Your Copy
I am neither a philanthropist or a magazine dealer.
My business is the selling of good clothes. But there is
a good clothes message in the center of this week's
Saturday Evening Post ( Sept. 13th ) so vital that I am
determined to have every good clothes-buyer in this
town read it so far as I can make that possible.
A WONDERFUL CLOTHES
So I have accordingly bought a
quantity of S. E. Posts at the full re retail
tail retail price and every man who calls
this week will get a copy FREE with
I don't claim that I am giving
away a fortune when 1 present a
copy of the Post. But I do claim
that if you will read carefully the
wonderful double page ad. that the
Royal Tailors have inserted in this
issue, you will save yourself hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of dollars on your clothes pur purchases
chases purchases in years to come besides get getting
ting getting clothes satisfaction that you
cannot better anywhere in America
at ANY PRICE.
A RROADWAY TAILOR SERVICE
A WITS YOU HERE
Right here in this store you can
place your order for a Broadway
made-to-order Fall Suit a suit
with that matchless grace; that stun stunning
ning stunning style, that indescribable touch
of refinement and class that only a
merchant tailor can produce:
Right here you' can get your pick
of half a thousand of the most origi
nal woolens and Spring fabric novel novelties
ties novelties in the country.
And the cost? Well unbeliev unbelievable
able unbelievable as it may seem, a mere $20, 23,
$30 and $35 will bring you thru
the Royal System the very uttermost
in a real custom-made suit!
A guarantee of absolutely ALL
WOOL. A guarantee of irreproach irreproachable
able irreproachable fit. A guarantee of absolutely
unlacking and unwanting satisfac satisfaction
tion satisfaction in every particular or your mon money
ey money back. (
COME IN AND GET YOUR COPY
Do 'you wonder that I am willing
to buy a copy of the S. E. Post to
get such facts before you.
And !.;::': hesitate to come in and
get your copy. You won't be solicit solicited
ed solicited you won't be importuned. Just
ask for the Post and you'll get it
as long as my supply holds out.
There are plenty of good stories
and articles in the Sept. 13th Pos.
Yes I'll admit I am willing to fea feature
ture feature the sugar coating to get you
to read the Post this week. For once
you see the big Royal ad you'll con consider
sider consider your clothes problems settled
for life and we'll both be glad I
spent the nickel.
The Harrington Hall Haberdasher
Mclver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes.
D. E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
All Work Done by Licensed Em Em-balmers
balmers Em-balmers and Fully Guaranteed
D. E. McIVXR.. 104
C. V. ROBERTS 303
Undertaking Office 47
New York surgeons have restored
a Juvenile offender to normal boyhood.
sar the Lnife and spoil the child 1
rrr t sr r- a tjs. ttt rnT"Rv Tr
We are equipped with the latest, Largest, Best Vulcanizing
plant in Central Florida. Any sized tire handled at one time.
All work Guaranteed to be First-Class.
Bring us your Casings and Tubes to be Vulcanized.
Worn out tires and tubes bought.
FISK and FIRESTONE TIRES
of all sizes and rims, always in stock
DAVIES, The Tire Man
Phone 438. OCALA, FLORIDA Main St., near Postoffice,
No matter what it is you have to sell, or what
is you want an ad in our Unclassified Column
will bring the desired results.
We have just received the most complete line of Shirt Waists in the newest creations ever brought to
Ocala. We have them in Linen, Net and Silk, the latest designs in colors with Persian trimmings and or ornaments.
naments. ornaments. We invite your inspection.
E. To Melvemistloe
Giver of Good Values
Giver of Good Values
THE OCALA EVENING STAR. TUESDAY; AUGUST 9, 1913
1 iJH.1,1 !-"! 11
1,1 III Mill I
"Get Out of the Rut"
and save money on
tlie Finish ot your
Walls and Ceilings
Ask our dealer in your town for
our beautiful bock : "Modern Method
of Finishing VSalhr giving color
schemes and practical suggestions
and full information about
Honor Roll of Volunteers for the'
HIitthton Road Working
Brown, self, two drays.
. Ditto, self and auto and two
The Sar.itary,Durafc!e,FIatOiI Finish
Pec-Gee Flatkoatt is rapidly super superceding
ceding superceding wall papers, kalsomines
and lead-and-oil paints; which, are
unsanitary, unsatisfactory and
Pee-Gees Flatkoatt gives tone,
character and harmonious effect;
and is the modern wall finish for
private houses and public build build-mgs.
mgs. build-mgs. The plain directions on each
can make it easy to apply with
Dr. J. E. Chace with man and
Dr. L. II. Von Engelken, self, auto
Mrs. J. R. Moorhead, aid serving
Mclver & MacKay
of our service is its promptness.
You are waited on when you enter
the store. You are not urged to buy
We expect the character of our
to do the selling. So pay us a visit
no matter how little time you can
spare. The goods and prices will tell
you lots and prompt attention will
enable you to buy as quickly as you
desire. But take longer if you can.
A. E. BURNETT
Ola Potter, same as above.
B. H. Seymour, as above.
3. T. Sistrunk, same as above.
Mae Bingham, same as above.
F. W. Ditto and Mrs. Mamie
Fox, dinner for ten and assistaacv.
Mrs. A. M. Lansford, twenty-five
Mrs. W. H. Anderson and daugh
ter, dinner for twelve.
Mrs. J. C Howell, assist with din-
W. C. Blanchard, self.
Joseph P. Taylor, self, son and
team. Mr. Taylor lives on the Blitch Blitch-ton
ton Blitch-ton road.
Perry Edwards, colored, self and
H. A: Fausett, self and two teams.
J. G. Kichline.
C. A. Scandrett.
Ocala Evening Star.
W. T. Gary, mule and wagon and
J. P. Phillips, mule and wagon
J and auto.
. abuou, pruiesjfciuiiiii sei-
AJkio. -f lie
Is now prepared to give you estimates on all kinds of
PLUMBING, STEAM FITTING & G AS FITTING
and everything in this line. When placing your con contracts
tracts contracts for work in my line let me have an opportuni opportunity
ty opportunity to save you money. All work installed is on strict
guarantee of satisfaction.
J. W. AKIN
Phone 388 or 235 S. Osceola St. Ocala, Fla.
"NEW BUILDING' 1
Get my prices on that new Bungalow, Cottage,
Store, Office Building or School House. My prices
are Right, my
cJT. O. IVIcCAiCILJL.,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
P. O. Box 330 OCALA, FLA.
"If I do it, it's dom Right."
HEADQUARTERS FOR WIRE FENCE
We have just received a carload of the Famous SOUTHERN Wire t
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 haadle this brand of fence and have demonstrated In the A
past that it Is absolutely the. best and strongest fence on the market, y
and running It as we have In competition with many inferior grades Y
of wire fence. We have had some phenomenal sales on It and
made many friends and customers. Give us your orders, if the goods y
don't make good we will.
DR. F. E. McCLANE, M. D.
SPECLYLIST IS CHROXIC DISEASES
The Dr. McClane Medical, Surgical and
PHONES Office, No. 333. Dr MeClane's Residence, No. 407.
Office Suite 1 to 7, Holder Block Southwest cor. Public Square.
Dr. Boozer, self and laborer.
Dr. Walter Hood, self and laborer.
Marcus Frank, entire force of
S. T. Sistrunk, self and man.
B. H. Seymour, self, auto and two
H. C. Jones, self, auto and eight
A. J. Leavengood, self.
R. C. Loveridge, self.
Ed Carmicheel, self and two
Capt. Tucker. Do his best.
W. F. Blesch, laborer.
II. S. Chambers, laborer.
D. S. Welsh, self.
C. L. Anderson, self and laborer.
Ocala Heights Dairy, team.
H. H. Whitworth, self and man.
Mrs. W. V. Newsom, 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
els, and one automobile for use dur
ing the day.
The Carmichael & Son Co., one
double team- and two men.
J. L.. Edwards, self and three la
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
F. P. Gadson, one laborer.
Tompkins & Ccbb, 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. Zewadskl, 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, $1.25.
C. E. Connor, self and man.
Wm. M. Gober, one day or $1.
L. A. Snow, one man.
Alfred Ayer, $1.
E. T. Helvenston, one day.
Knight & Lang, two laborers, two
mules and wagon.
W. L. Colbert, self and auto.
Baxter Cam, one-horse team.
F. A. Davies, self and auto.
Tartpr's Bakery, two men and 100
loaves of bread.
G. F. Williams, self and auto.
L. W. Harley & Bro., self, pick
sons, two-horse wagon and all nec-i
M. A. TenEyck, self and laborer, j
J. T. Hall. self. I
Fred J. Burden., self ana team. j
Charles E. French, self. j
Henry Gordon, $1.50.
Z. C. Chambiiss, self auto
James Duffy, one day.
Jim Duffy, one day.
J. M. Whisenant and son, one day. j
Pu C. Mi;ncaster,self, labor, moral
Mr. Pfifer. j
W. J. Nelson, self.
J. A. Morris, Jr., and three men.
Mason Snelling, self.
G. T. Liddon. self, double
J. W. Jenkins and team.
Joe Potter and team.
Gordon Moorhead, services.
Gordon Sinclair, services.
Dr. F. E. McClane, self, auto
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. F. Hall,' self.
Judge Bell, self and auto.
J. M. Peterson, self or man.
Glover Miller, self.
W. A. McGuire of Morriston. self,
auto and five laborers.
H. A. Deubel, cash, $1.50.
J. T. George.
W. B. Hamden.
L. S. Light.
Roy and Glover Goodwin.
Henry Nelson (colored).
J. L. Wiley, double team and driv driver,
er, driver, one day.
J. H. Brinson, self, man and team.
J. R. Moorhead, professional ser
J. C. Howell, team.
E. L. Howell, self.
Commodore W. S. Goodwin anl
A. M. Lansford, self, auto and two
D. S. Woodrow, self and laborer.
S. J. McCully, one day.
Are you ready?. Have you a cy cyclone
clone cyclone cellar, a strong bank account
or a city of refuse to which you can
fly when the storm bursts upon Mar Marion
ion Marion county on the lGth ? Are you
ready to welcome the spirit of gloom,
doubt, darkness, fear and despair as
it settles down good and thick upon
the county ? A wise sea captain,
upon the IJ'U seas; is always on the
lookout for stormy weather, stormy
coasts, hidden rocks and funnel funnel-shaped
shaped funnel-shaped clouds that threaten disaster
to the ship. What about you ? Are
you ready on the lookout ?
The distant rumblings of the char chariot
iot chariot wheels of the prohibition devil
can be heard now. He is about to
crOss the county line and begin his
work cf destruction, for which he is
famous. Surely, there is danger,
sreat danger ahead Prohibition is
bad enough, dangerous enough, and
wicked enough, but the awful power
behind it hidden away from your
view, is where your real danger lies.
Don't play the baby act, xind surren surrender
der surrender to other men the dearest treas-
ures oi a true man s me ius per
sonal freedom, as guaranteed by the
great Eternal "and constitutions of
every civilizeu nation on eariii.
Have your spiritual senses been lull- j
ed to sleei to that extent as to be- j
lieve that the ballot box can reform
men; can make them temierate, pure
and noble ? If sos you are down in
the swamps, quicksands and sink
holes of spiritual darkness so deep
that the light, of heaven may never
reach you. Wake up! Do not fasten
the blighting curse and Godless doc doctrine
trine doctrine of prohibition upon Marion
county! Remember that anti-pro
hibition is the open door to liberty
in this county, with money, prosper prosperity
ity prosperity and good times traveling to togetherclose
getherclose togetherclose friends, Siamese Twins,
if you please never found apart!
Remember the .warning of the im immortal
mortal immortal Lincoln, viz:
"Prohibition will work great in injury
jury injury to the cause of temperance. It
is a species of intemperance within
itself, for it goes beyond the bounds
of reason in that it attempts to con control
trol control a man's appetite by legislation,
and in making crimes out of things
that are not crimes. A prohibition j
law strikes a blow at the very prin- j
ciples on which our government was
founded. I have always been found
laboring to protect the weaker class class-es
es class-es from the stronger, and I never can j
give my consent to such a law as you
propose to enact. Lntil my tongue i
shall be silenced in death, I will con
tinue to fight for the rights of men.
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 Hardware -Co.
Phone 118, Ocaia, Fla.
To a Person Who Prides
i Himself on His Appearance!
Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen
is a necessity. To supply that ne-
cessity is Our Business. f
I Ocala Steam Laundry!
402-401 S. Main Street
L. F. Ballard, self one day.
A. E. Burnett, self and laborer.
W. H. Anderson, self and three
A large lot
of novels at The Mur-9-6-3t
Read our UNCLASSIFIED ADS. for your wants
J. R. Dewey, self and one man.
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, AUGUST 9. 1913
OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS f
(If you have any items for this department call pHdne .106)
iI;sMary Connor, who i3 visiting
Tit Ploi r otfir occetorl r-i nth' ?
carrying out a mdsial program giv given
en given in memory ofRobert Morris,
founder of the OrJer of the Eastern
Star. Miss Connor is one of Ocala's
gifted musicians' and her talent is
recognized wherever she goes.
Mrs. Ed Jeffords, once a resident
of Ocala, but now of Clearwater, is
visiting her daughter, Mrs. C. J.
ThoYnpson at Webster.
The Weihe family returned yester yesterday
day yesterday from a very pleasant stay of a
week at the Carroll cottage on Lake
Weir. Those composing the party
were Mr. and Mrs. Fred G. B. Weih-3,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. Weihe an
children, Mr. Charles Pfeifer of
Ocala, and Prof, and Mrs. Karl J.
Weihe of Jacksonville. Delightful
showers, constant breezes and ocea ocea-'
' ocea-' sionsl "splashes" in the lake made
their stay one continuous round of
Miss Alice Lindner, of Louisville,
Ky., who is at present visiting" in
Tampa, will arrive in Ocala tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow to be the guest of her cousin,
Mrs. FrzA G. B. Weihe, during the
remainder of the week.
Mrs. George Ford of Jacksonville,
after a Lrief visit to her parents, Mr.
and Mr.. B. A. Weathers, left today
for LakelrnJ to visit hsr :ousin, Mrs.
I. V. Stevens for a fe.v days. The
news of the continued improvement
of little Margaret Stevens is being
Miss Lillian Roux left on the afc-
ernoon limited yesterday for Ashe Ashe-ville,
ville, Ashe-ville, C, where she will spend the
next few weeks.
rs; C. R. Tydings, who with he
son Roberti sojurning at Austell
Springs, eiijjJen miles out of A
lanta, was recently a visitor to S
Bean Farm of nJncle Remus
Jr. andMrs. H. C. Groves and son,
Mr, Henry Groves, will leave tonight
for Philadelphia, to make formal ar arrangements
rangements arrangements for the latter to enter the
University of Pennsylvania for a
four-years' course in financing, the
U. of P. being the only school east
of the Mississippi, if not in the Unit United
ed United States, that has a regular four four-year
year four-year course in that study. Dr. Groves
will be away only a few days and
until school opens on the 23rd, Mrs.
Groves and son will be at Atlantic
City, N. J., after which she will
be in Philadelphia until the last of
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Carlton, of Ar Arcadia,
cadia, Arcadia, frequently visit their daughter,
Mrs. II. M. Hampton, of this city, and
their Ocala friends will read with in in-terest
terest in-terest the following, clipped from the
Arcadia notes in Tampa Times:
"Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Carlton, ac accompanied
companied accompanied by their daughter, Miss
Kate, have returned from a summer's
outing. Mr. and Mrs. Carlton made
an extended visit to points in Geor Georgia,
gia, Georgia, Xorth Carolina, Washington,
Xew York and other points of inter interest.
est. interest. They return much improved in
health, and report that they enjoyed
every moment of the time spent
away. Miss Kate Carlton returns
from New York, where she has been
a student in one of the leading mus
ical conservatories of the count
She will be musical instructor iir the
DeSoto High School this yea and
her return at this time is td enter
upon that duty."
Miss Omera Holloway of Tailahas
ee, who has frequently beenhe.
guest of Miss Josie Bullock, will
teach the eighth grade In the New
Smyrna school this winter.
Mrs. W. J. Sheridan of Ocalahas
leased the Sunrise cottage ofE. A.
Branch for a month's stay.v Sea
breeze notes in Daytona Garette
Mrs. Clifford Herrick of Crystal
River left yesterday for Davidson, X.
C, where she will visit her parents
for several weeks. Mr. Herrick ac accompanied
companied accompanied his wife to Ocala and was
Our Fresh Roasted
the guest of Mr. Norton Davis at
Lake Weir last night, returning to
his home this morning.
blaster Raymond Nixon in the News Newspaper
paper Newspaper Field
The many friends of Raymond
Nixon, who until recently lived in
Ocala and attended the public school,
will be interested in the following
lines taken from the Tallahassee
notes in the Times-Union:
"Little Raymond Nixon, the 10-year-old
son of Rev. T. J. Nixon, de deserves
serves deserves much praise for the intelli intelligence
gence intelligence and ingenuity shown by one so
young in his publication of his
newspaper. He has no linotype nor
printing press- only his father's
typewriter but his paper is gotten
up in the full style of a regular news newspaper.
paper. newspaper. His editorials are far ahead,
in get-up, thought and phraseology,
of many of the country weeklies. The
paper is known as the Capital News,
and this week's issue has the follow following
ing following interesting heading: 'The Capital
News, the state paper. One year (in
town) 25 cents; one year (out of
town) 50 cents. Whisky advertise advertisements
ments advertisements will not be accepted in this
paper on any conditions or price
whatever. There are positively no
bonds or mortgages on this company,
or paper. Watch Editor Nixon. He
is always doing something for the up up-liftment
liftment up-liftment and betterment of his peo people.'
Mrs. Fred McAteer of Ocala is vis
iting in the city, the guest of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Rutland.
Miss Frankie Lofton, of
Miami, is1 visiting her sister, Mrs.
John Rutland, this week. Wildwood
Mrs. McAteer has returned home,
and Miss Lofton is her guest.
Mrs. Rowena Chappel left Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday for Ocala, where she will enter
the hospital to become atrained
A letter to friends in this city from
Miss Frances Rowley, who is spend
ing her vacation at her home in San
Mateo, states that she will return to
Ocala the last of this month, and that
the kindergarten will open for the
ensuing term on Monday, Sept. 29.
Misses Katherine and Mildred
Pyles left this afternoon for Gaines Gaines-ville,
ville, Gaines-ville, Ga., to be present at the open opening
ing opening of Brenau College Thursday. The
former is specializing in voice, and
the latter is entering the college for
her first year, and besides taking the
regular course prescribed, will spe specialize
cialize specialize in violin. The Misses Pyles
will be greatly missed, for they are
numbered among the most popular
girls of the college contingent.
Mrs. E. M. Osborne and children
were passengers on the southbound
train this afternoon, going" to Tampa.
From there they will go to Green
Springs, returning home in time, for
the opening of school.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mucklow are
rejoicing over the arrival of a daugh daughter
ter daughter at. their home in Jacksonville.
Mr. Mucklow is a partner of Mr. G.
II. Ford, and was in Ocala last De December
cember December to attend the Ford-Weathers
25c, 35c, 40c per Pound
Florida Tomatoes, large size....lOe
Fla. Tomatoes, small size 3 for 23c
Block's Crackers, G 5c. pkgs for 2c
Block's Crackers, 3 10c pkgs. for 25c
Messrs. O. B. Howse and'C. T.
Hodges are spending most of their
evenings building-". JLtaatjit th
home of the fornr. When complet completed,
ed, completed, which will be ihv the near future,
a small engine willlbe installed and
the boat will be aken to Silver
Springs to be used at Heart's Ease.
Misses Sallie Spurlin and Lula
Moody of Lake Weir spent Monday
wjtht het rOca 1 a f r ien d s
Mrs. Ola Potter has taken a nosi-
tion as stenographer in the Munrae
Mrs. Jessie Bishop left today for a
visit to her old home and friends in
South Carolina. Her son, Mr. Mal Malcolm
colm Malcolm Williams, accompanied her as
far as Reddick.
Mr. James Carlisle returned last
night from Inglis, where he was the
guest for two days of Mr. J. B. Hull
Mr. and Mrs. Mason Tison, who
were married at Demorest, Ga., are
the guests of Mrs. Tison's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Howell at An Anthony,
thony, Anthony, having arrived Sunday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Mrs. G. H. Harrison and sons.
Howard and Edward, of Jacksonville,
ar? the guests of Mrs. Harrison's
mother. Mrs. Watt in Griffin, Ga.
Rev. Harrison will attend the gen general
eral general convention which will be held
in New York next month and then
join his wife and sons and accom accompany
pany accompany them home.
Miss Minnie Stovall, who has been
in New York on a three weeks' sight
seeing trip with her father, Col. W.
F. Stovall of Tampa, returned home
this afternoon. Miss Stovall reports
a delightful time and is receiving a
cordial welcome by her host of
friends who missed her during her
Mrs. C. E. Connor came up from
her Lake Weir home this morning
and spent the day in the city, the
guest of her daughter, Mrs. B. F.
Miss Lois Ellis returned from her
visit to Gainesville this afternoon.
The little daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Pillans is better today.
Mrs. Minnie A. "Bostick was mar married
ried married to Mr. Robert S. Abbott at the
Ocala House yesterday evening, Rev.
Bunyan Stephens performing the
The bride is the very clever and
popular lady who has presided over
the millinery parlors in the Ocala
House for the last seven or eight
years. While most capably carrying
on business, she has made many
warm personal friends.
Mr. Abbott is an accomplished civil
engineer and talented young musi musician,
cian, musician, who has made his home here
the last year or more, in which time
he has delighted numerous audiences
by his skill with the. violin, and
made a great many friends by his
cheerful and obliging disposition.
The Star, in common with their
other friends, congratulates Mr. and
Mrs. Abbott, and wishes them all
happiness and prosperity.
Miss Helen Lytle of this city, was
married last evening in Tampa to
Mr. T. E. Echolls, and they will make
their future home in the latter city.
Miss Lytle came here some motnhs
ago from Tampa with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Lytle, who reside
on Fort King avenue. She is a very
attractive young lady and has made
many friends in Ocala during her
short residence here.
Mr. Echolls is connected with one
of the Gulf City's large grocery
houses', and is most highly spoken of
by those who. know him best. The
Star extends congratulations and
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
Cream of Wheat
Shredded Wheat Biscuit
0. K. TEA-POT
If you would Buy, Sell,
Lease or Exchange, see
me at the Courthouse or
write for my bulletin of
summer bargains in
Choice Properties :
That time is almost here. Let us help you pre prepare
pare prepare for it. We have just received a beautiful and
complete line of the following most desirable materials
for this use:
Chambr ays Perca Is
The Store of QeaMly
SACK -ADVICE FROM
A MATRIMONIAL SOLOMON
After having married more than
1000 couples in the last five years,
during which time he has kept track
of the couples following the cere-,
mony, William Rice, justice of the
peace of Denver, Colo., and some sometimes
times sometimes called the "marrying justice,"
believes he has the right to "tell 'em
how to do it."
First and foremost, Justice Rice
says no woman should marry under
25 and that no man should marry
until he is thirty. And when they
do marry, says the justice, they
should both be the same age or the
bride should be older, not younger,
than the groom.
"The idea of marrying to grow up
PH! SIGMA "FEMALE COLLEGE
902 Fort King Ave. Ocala, Florida
OPENS SEP. 29 FOR THIRD ANNUAL TERM
fUTESr$8.50 PER MONTH. TERMS IN JDViNCE.
BARGAIN IX BUILDING LOTS
Two of the choicest corner lots In
the Seymour residential addition,
across the street from Mr. McConn's
home; also a fine factory or ware warehouse
house warehouse site across the street, east,
from Teuton's store, North Magnolia
street, with A. C. L. railway on rear.
Will sell either or both at big bar bargain
gain bargain and easy payments. "Apply at
Star office or to R. R. Carroll, tf
OPEN DAY AND IGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.
CONCORDIA LODGE F. U. OF A.
together," said Justice Rice, "isiv
wrong all wrong. It means that
the young people will indulge them themselves
selves themselves in childish quarrels.
"The educated woman, despite the
general belief, makes the best wife.
The woman should be better educat educated
ed educated than the husband.
"Every couple should be engaged
at least one year. During that time
the girl should gather a trousseau
sufficient to last three years. It takes
a man three years to find his bear bearings
ings bearings as head of a household and
start a nest egg.'
V, This school will properly train and educate young ladies and girls
! in a practical useful course for higher and better life. We solicit
.;.the attendance of pupils who appreciate our efforts to advance them
trapidly and thoroughly, makiag the work in school a pleasure a3
well as an elegant means of culture.
We have agreed to take a few small boys about 12 years of age in
our primary and preparatory department.
Young men's classes from 2 to 5 p. m. or from 7:30 to 9:30 at
night. Best attention and thorough teaching.
PHONE FOR CATALOG.
GEO. C. and MRS. G. C. LOONEY,
Concordia Lcde. Fraternal Union
of America, meets in Yonge's Hall j
on ibe second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F.M.
Florida's Largest and-Best Year
The Hotel you take your Mother,. Wife or Sister to
Home Hotel of the State
European Plan $1.50 Per Day and Upward
A. M.Wilson, ; Thos. M. Wilson,
ASST. MGR. PROP. AND MGR.
Chas. K. Sage. Secretary.
Tennis racquets and tails at The
lurrav Company. 0--3t
No matter what it is you have to sell, or what
it is you want an ad in.our Unclassified Column
will bring the desired results.
FAITHFUL. DEMOCRATS I
ARE STANDING FAST
THE OCALA EVENING STAR. TUESDAY, AUGUST 9. 1913
fl 71 f"T T1 TTTT7 n M
scum mmmmmM i
"Grand Free loirs
agnificent Sanitary Fountain
From 10 to 11 a. m. and from 3 to 4 p. m. Everything at our fountain Free.
Don't be backward. We want you to be our guest
N. B. On account of the great rush at
these hours no fancy drinks
can be dispensed
Bargains that will make
this the Banner Day in
the entire history of our
All Day Specials.
Any Knife In our store for. . .25c
Provided you buy a Razor of equal
value at the same time.
Any pair of Scissors for .. .23c
Provided you buy a knife of equal
value at the same time.
Ice Cream at our Fountain is
Plain or with Crushed Fruits
The Quality Counts
A half pound box of Chocolates with
every dollar purchase.
A pound box Chocolates with every two
From 7 to 8 p. in.
Any article in our store regardless
of cost and without reserve for
PROVIDED, you buy another (differ (different)
ent) (different) article of equal value at the
Thus, for example, you want a $5
Safety Razor: By buying some other
$5 article at the same time.
This applies to any article in stock
regardless of price.
FROM 7 TO 8XI 31.
ONLY ONE SUCH SALE TO A
Evident that the Senate Will Pass
the Tariff Rill this Afternoon
Washington, Sept. 9. The Senate
will vote finally on the democratic
tariff bill this afternoon at 4 o'clock
This agreement was reached
night at 11:45 o'clock, when it be-?gain-
caae apparent that it would be im
Lost, Found, Wanted, For Sale Sale-For
For Sale-For F.ent and Similar Local Needs
FOR SALE -Two choice corner
fnt? aic't f 1-11 ni K n ornnnn T"? ? Vi r
Apply at Star office. S L'S-tl
WAX'TRT) Tinnrrt in nrivatp fam-
pussiuitf iu pass me measure Deiore -i . ihj
. y Cl ,ily by young couple; no children.
adjournment. j3 n
' J Address, B., care Star. 9-6-3t
The party leaders agreed to keep ; ;
the Senate in session well into the
morning so as to dispose of as many
amendments as possible, and then ad adjourned
journed adjourned until 9 o'clock this morning.
Democratic lines stood solidly
against the full onslaught of. the op opposition
position opposition in the tariff fight, with
party leaders urging their followers,
the ranks closed up against the anti anti-tree
tree anti-tree sugar and anti-free wool forces
and defeated all amendments to the
bill as fast as they came to vote.
FOR SALE 1913 motorcycles and
motor boats at bargain prices, all
makes, brand new machines, on easy S
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 1 1 Trenton, Mich. 7-lS-tf
District of Maine Would Not Yield to
Portland, Me., Sept. 9. Speaker
John A. Peters, republican, of Ells Ellsworth,
worth, Ellsworth, was chosen to fill the congres congressional
sional congressional vacancy in the third Maine dis district
trict district yesterday bya plurality of 552
over Mayor William A. Pattangall,
democrat, of Waterville, with Ed Edward
ward Edward M. Lawrence, of Lubec, pro progressive,
gressive, progressive, a poor third in the race.
Coaticook, Quebec, v Sept. 9. The
complaint which charges that Will William
iam William Travers Jerome, New York's
special attorney general, here to take
Harry Thaw back to Matteawan, as
a common gambler, was dismissed
FOR SALE White oak hall tree
and hat rack; Has mirror, umbrella
rack, etc. Cheap for cash. Apply
Star office. -8-28-12t
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",
WANTED Position as waitress
or in small store, by young woman.
Address, Miss Lee, care Star. 9-6-3t
FOR SALE A small cottage, good
location; cash ajid time; bargain if
taken quick. Address, Cottage care
the Star. 9-6-6t
THE STORE ACCOMMODATING
501 S. MAIN ST.
Will Treat You Right,
Will Protect You.
Will Protect Your Property.
Delight in Doing Good Work.
Can Please You.
Use Best of Materials.
Guarantee all Work.
Want to Know what more you
AH Kinds of Cement Work Properly Executed.
Are you contemplating building a new house? If so, let me give you a figure before you build. Let
me help arrange your plans, or tell me what you want and I will furnish plans accordingly. No job too small
for miy consideration, and none too large. Give me a chance to figure on your work. I will appreciate the
favor. A card addressed to me will receive prompt attention.
And Be Free From Her Troubles,
but Finds Better Way.
We offer one hundred dollars re reward
ward reward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
F, J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
We the undersigned have known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years,
and believe him. perfectly honorable
in all business transactions and fin financially
ancially financially able to carry out any obli obligations
gations obligations made by his firm. National
Bank of Commerce, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Gure is taken in internally,
ternally, internally, acting directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Testimonials sent free. Price
7 1 onto nor Kttlo Qa1 ri hv oil Hrnr
! Take Hall's Familv Pills for con-1 office.
FOR SALE Big bargain in unim unimproved
proved unimproved property; half cash, balance
on easy terms. Addhess, Box 164,
city. 9-6-6 t
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. 9-1-1 2t
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. K.
L., care tSar. 9-5-6t
ROOMS WANTED Two or three
furnished or unfurnished rooms for
light housekeeping, in house with
other family; possession middle of
Apply to W. W. F., Star
Cynic Breaks Out Again.
"Do you think it unlucky to post postpone
pone postpone a wedding day?" "It may be,
but if you don't postpone it you will
be married, bo what are you to do?"
WANTED A five or six room res residence
idence residence not too close in; can pay halt
cash. Inquire for X., at Star office,
if you have a bargain. 9-6-3t
117 X. SANCHEZ STREET.
P. O. BOX. XO. 438.
Contractor & Builder
9-3-E O D
George Giles, . J. I. Wiley,
A St. .George Richardson, Assistant Cashier.
"5 '- - 1
Do a General Banking Business, and Solicit the Patronage
of the Public.
South Magnolia St.
1 have just opened up my new
garage on North Main street, and
solicit a share of the patronage of
car 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 TRUL
Columbia, Tenn. "Many a time,"
says Mrs. Jessie Sharp, of this place.
"1 wished f would die and be relieved
of my (suffering, from womanly troubles.
I could not get up, without pulling at
something to help me, and stayed inbed
most of the time. I could not do my
The least amount of work tired me
out. My head would swim, and I would
tremble for an hour r more. Finally, I
took Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I
am not bothered with pains any more,
and 1 don't have to go to bed. In fact,
1 am sound and well of all my troubles."
Cardui goes to all the weak spots and
helps to make them strong. It acts with
nature not against her. It is for the
tired, nervous, irritable women, who feel
as if everything were wrong, and need
something to quiet their nerves and
strengthen the worn-out system.
If you are a woman, suffering from any
of the numerous symptoms of womanly
trouble, take Cardui. H will help you.
At all druggists.
Write to: Chattanooga Medicine Co.. Ladies'
Advisory Dept.. Chattanooga. Tenn.. for S fecial
Instructions on your case and 64-paze book. "Home
Treatment for Women." in plain wrapper. N.C 1 23
Call at the STAR JOB OFFICE
T. C. Luckie,
formerly occupied by Idea
- Clergyman and Cobbler.
Of course, a minister ought to prac practice
tice practice all he preaches. Yet the shoema shoemaker
ker shoemaker never wears all the shoes he
turns out. Chicago News.
Wasp's Feet Were "Hot."
My little sister, three years old, was
stung 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;
they are so hot."
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. G. Dunlap. of Leadill. Tenn.
savs: "Dr. King's New Life Pill
helped her troubles greatly." Get a
Famous Actress Finds that a Healthy
Liver is Necessary to Good Looks
and Youthf ulness
One of the best known women of
the American stage is writing a series
of articles on the preservation of j
beauty. She attaches great import
ance to keeping the liver active at all
times, and she is right. Neither good
looks nor happiness will stay long
with any man or woman who lets
the liver get lazy and sluggish.
It is not always safe to take calo
mel, the old liver remedy. Doctors
agree that it is a very uncertain drug.
But the Court Pharmacy has a rem remedy
edy remedy for sale that they guarantee to
take the place of calomel absolutely,
and still be harmless, causing no re
striction of habit or diet. This rem
edy is Dodson's Liver Tone.
Dodson's Liver Tone is a pleasant-
tasting vegetable liquid, but it starts
the' liver gently and surely and re
lieves constipation and biliousness so
promptly that it has become a de dependable
pendable dependable remedy in thousands of
homes in the United States. There
are scores of families in this vicinity
who will not be without it in the
house and who would nc think of
starting on a trip without a bottle
The Court Pharmacy has sold so
much Dodson's Liver Tone that they
are convinced of its merit and will
give any person his 50 cents back,
who buys a bottle and does not find
that it takes the place of calomel to
perfection. -Adv. 23
HOUSE WANTED Wanted to
rent, a modern six or seven room
residence; must be in good location
and in first class condition. Apply
to L. O. Tyler, Ocala, House. 9-2-6td
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. Apply at
Southern Express Office. 9-4-tf
MONEY WANTED $3000 wanted
on gilt-edged real estate security.
Address, Money, care Star, 9-6-4t
TABLE BOARD Can supply ta table
ble table board for two young men or for
man and wife in private family;
room In house or Immediate neigh neighborhood.
borhood. neighborhood. Address, Table Board, care
Star. 9-6- 6t
WANTED To rent, two or three
rooms for housekeeping, or cottage;
couple without children. Address
B12X, Star. 7-S-6t
LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN
A light sorrel mare with flax mane
and tail; white star in face; two
years and five months old. A lib liberal
eral liberal reward for return to J. J. Gas Gas-kin,
kin, Gas-kin, Sparr, Fla. 9-8-4 1
DR. W. K. JiAXE Specialist, Eye
Ear, Nose And Throat. Office Law
Mbrary Building, Ocala. Adv.
IK) YOU FEAR CONSUMPTION?
FOR RENT Boarding house at
Lakeland, Fla.; an 18-room house, 14
bed-rooms, two baths and toilets,
dining room and kitchen; at present
full of boarders paying $5 per week,
(these boarders can be kept by mor-,
Ing In on Sept. 15). Price of rent, $45
per month. No furniture included.
Address, C. J. B., P. O. Box 271,
Lakeland, Fla. 9-9-4t
box today. Price 25 cents.
mended by Tydings & Co.
Be noble! and the nobleness that
lies in other men, sleeping, but never
dead, will rise in majesty to meet
ine own. LowelL
Board of Trade Wednesday night.
No matter how chronic your cough
or how severe your throat or lung
ailment is. Dr. King's New Discovery
will surely help you. It may save
your life. Stillman Green, of Mala Malachite,
chite, Malachite, Col., writes: "Two doctors
said I had consumption and could
not live two years. I used Dr.
King's New Discovery and am alive
and well." Your monej refunded
f it fails to benefit you. The best
2i o rn remedy for coughs, colds and
ung troubles.. Price 50 cents and
. Guaranteed by Tydings & Com Company,
pany, Company, adv.
FOR RENT New five room cot
tage, desirably located on corner of
South Sixth and Tuscawalla streets;
electric lights, bath room and other
modern conveniences. Apply to Mrs.
Haycraft at Haycraft & Camp's mil millinery
linery millinery store" '9-8-6t
W. C. BLAHGHARD
CONTACTOR 4ND SlliLOEfP
O. BOX 46 OCALA, f LJU
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, AUGUST 9, 191:1
vl s : -""
fit.' i v
The wool season will soon be
here, and it isn't a bad plan to
prepare for Its coming now. I
am in shape to fill a limited
amount of orders for well sea seasoned
soned seasoned OAK WOOD in any desir desired
ed desired lengths. Get my prices befora
laying in your fall and winter
supply. Call Fhcne or leave
your orders at the Count's Gro
eery Store, Cor Ft. King avenue
and S. Main street.
J. H. J. COUNTS
ljrcmier Carrier, of the South
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 10, 1973
Itounu Trip Fares from Jacksonville
HI KM INGHAM.
Tickets limited to September 15,
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
9:30 a. m. and for Macon and At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta 0:40 a. in.
Through Coaches and Pullman
service. Special trains.
City ticket office corner Forsyth &
Hogan Sis., phone Xos. 743 & 4 041.
G R. Pettit, Div. Pass AkL, Jackson Jackson-Mile.
Mile. Jackson-Mile. Fla.
National Conservation Exposition
L. ALEXANDER ALEXANDER-practical
practical ALEXANDER-practical Carpenter and Builder.
Caref"! Estimates Mad on All Con
tract Work. Gives more and better
work for the monev than, any othe
contractor In the city.
Grace Lrvirv&sfoivIIill Lufz
AUTHOR "HARCIA' SCHUYLER," "PHOtBr KANE"
"DAWN Of THr HORNING ETC.
ILLUSTRATION y 7tV U)ArK5
- Beginning with the awful moment
when 6he first realized her danger and
the necessity for immediate flight, she
lived over every perilous instant, her
nerves straining, her breath bated as
if she were experiencing it all once
more. The horror of it! Her own
hopeless, helpless condition! But final finally,
ly, finally, because her trouble was new and
her body and mind, though worn with
excitement, were healthy and young,
she sank into a deep sleep, without
having decided at all what she should
At last she woke from a terrible
dream, in which the hand of her pur pursuer
suer pursuer was upon her, and her preserver
was in the dark distance. With that
strange insistence which torments the
victim of such dreams, she was obliged
to lie still and imagine it out, again
and again, until the face and voice of
the young man grew very real in the
darkness, and she longed Inexpressibly
for the comfort of his presence once
At length she shook off the pursuing
thoughts and deliberately roused her herself
self herself to plan her future.
The first necessity, she decided, was
to change her appearance so far as
possible, so that if news of her escape,
with full description, had been tele telegraphed,
graphed, telegraphed, she might evade notice. To
that end, she arose In the early dawn-
Here Was a Ray of Hope.
ing of a gray and misty morning, and
arranged her hair as she had never
worn it before, in two braids and
wound closely about her head. She
pinned up her gown until it did not
show below the long black coat, and
folded a white linen handkerchief
about her throat over the delicate lace
and garniture of the modish waist.
Then she looked dubiously at the hat.
With a girl's instinct, her first
thought was for her borrowed Iumage.
A fine mist was slanting down and
had fretted the window pane until
there was nothing visible but dull gray
shadows of the world thai flew mo monotonously
notonously monotonously by. With sudden remem remembrance,
brance, remembrance, she opened the suitcase and
took out the folded black hat, shook
It into shape, and put it on. It was
mannish, of course, but girls often
wore such hats.
As she surveyed herself in the long
mirror of her door, the 6low color stole
into her cheeks. Yet the costume was
not unbecoming, nor unusual. She
looked like a simple school girl, or a
young business woman going to her j
day's work. s
But she looked at the fashionable
proportions of the other hat with some something
thing something like alarm. How could she' pro protect
tect protect it? She did not for a moment
think of abandoning it, for it was her
earnest desire to return it at once,
unharmed, to its kind purloiner.
She summoned the newsboy and pur purchased
chased purchased three thick newspapers. From
these, with the aid of a few pins, she j
made a large package of the hat. She
decided to go bareheaded, and put the
white kid gloves in the suitcase, but
she took oi? her beautiful rings, and
hid them safely inside her dress.
quarters to get rid of the attentive por porter,
ter, porter, atd started off with a brisk step j
down the long platform to the station.
She followed a group of people into a
car, which presently brought her into
the neighborhood of the large stores,
as sne naa nopea it wouia. n was
with relief that she recognized the
name on one of the stores as being of
Well for her that she was an experi experienced
enced experienced shopper. She went straight to
the millinery department and arranged
to have the hat boxed and sent to the
address Dunham had given her.
It had cost lees to express the hat
than she had feared, yet her stock of,
money was woefully small. Some kind
of a drtss she must have, and a wrap,
that she might be disguised, but what
could she buy and yet have something
left for food? Lifting her eyes, she
saw a sign over a table "Linene
Skirts, 75 cents and $1.00."
Here was a ray of hone. She turned
eageriy to examine them. Files of
somber skirts, blue and black and tan.
They were stout and coarse and scant,
and not of the latest cut, but what mat mattered
tered mattered it? She decided on a seventy seventy-five
five seventy-five cent black one.
Growing wise with experience, she
discovered that she could get a black
sateen shirtwaist for fifty cents. Rub Rubbers
bers Rubbers and a cotton umbrella took an another
other another dollar and a half. She must save
at least a dollar to send back the suit suitcase
case suitcase by express.
A bargain-table of odds and ends of
woollen jackets, golf vests, and old
fashioned blouse sweaters, selling off
at a dollar apiece, solved the prob problem
lem problem of a wrap. She selected a dark
blouse, of an ugly, purply blue, but
thick and warm. Then with her pre precious
cious precious packages she asked a pleasant pleasant-faced
faced pleasant-faced saleswoman if there were any
place near where she could slip on a
walking skirt she had just bought to
save her other skirt from the muddy
streets. She was ushered into a little
fitting-room near by.
Rapidly she slipped oil her fine, silk silk-lined
lined silk-lined cloth garments, and put on the
stiff sateen waist and the coarse
black skirt. Then she surveyed her herself,
self, herself, and was not ill pleased. There
was a striking lack of collar and belt.
She sought out a black necktie and
pinned it about her waist, and then,
with a protesting frown, she delib deliberately
erately deliberately tore a strip from the edge of
one of the fine hem-stitched handker handkerchiefs,
chiefs, handkerchiefs, and folded It in about her neck
in a turn-over collar. The result was
quite startling and unfamiliar. The
gown, the hair, the hat, and the neat
collar gave her the look of a young
nurse-girl or upper servant. On the
whole, the disguise could not have
been better. She added the blue wool woollen
len woollen blouse, and felt certain that even
her most intimate friends would not
recognize her. She folded the rain raincoat,
coat, raincoat, and placed it smoothly in the
suitcase, then with dismay remem remembered
bered remembered that she had nothing in which
to put her own cloth dress, save the,
few inadequate paper wrappings that
had come about her simple purchases.
She folded the dress smoothly and laid
it In the suitcase, under the raincoat
She sat down at a writing-desk, in
the waiting room, and wrote: "I am
safe, and I thank you." Then she
paused an instant, and with nervous
haste wrote "Mary" underneath. She
opened the suitcase and pinned the pa paper
per paper to the lapel of the evening coat
Just three dollars and sixty-seven cents
she had left in her pocketbook after
paying the expressage on the suitcase.
At her first waking, in the early gray
hours of the morning, she had looked
her predicament calmly in the face.
She had gone carefully over her own
accomplishments. Her musical attain attainments,
ments, attainments, which would naturally have
been the first thought, were out of the
question. Her skill as a musician was
6o great, and so well known by her
enemy, that she would probably be
traced by it at once. The same, argu arguments
ments arguments were true if she were to at attempt
tempt attempt to take a position as teacher or
governess, although she was thorough thoroughly
ly thoroughly competent to do so. A servant's
place in some one's home was the only
tiing possible that presented itself to
her mind. She could not cook, nor do
general housework, but she thought
she could fill the place of waitress.
With a brave face, but a shrinking
heart, she stepped into a drug store
and looked up in the directory the ad addresses
dresses addresses of several employment
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x Admire Babies
Every Women Casts Loving Glance at
the Nestiing Cuddled in its Bonnet.
A woman's Leart naturally responds to
the cLcrai and sweetness of a prcttj cMIJ,
and acre so to-day tLaa ever before since
tne adrent of ilother's. Friend.
Thfs is a most wonderful external nel?
to tie c.:sclcs asd tea dans. It penetrates
1 Tvi a :V iV.uro's oencad f r errsnsirn.
; so there Is r.y lonjcr a period of pain, dij
j t. -s so cum tictresss curing te anzjoua
wcci8 or expectancy.
Mother's Fr!.:i;.l r spares the svstem f:r
te c.!nc event, aiid i.s use brings ". ".-f
f ".-f rt, it Ft &ad rciose durl? tbe term. Ti-Is
r.s a nost jnarkrd innuei.ee nrn the bahr.
f'nee it thus iriaor'.ts a splendid growing
tr torn f nrr-f.; and dl.T"t:-e -function.
y r.d jiartiiTdcrly to yov.xxs mothers is tL1;
f-T.r-:;s remedy of inestimable valne. it
cr-Mes Jer to re-rve her health and
t iiiiirt'o. and she retr.aiiis a pretty mctL.T
1;. havit uviiilol ..1 the s.Vrin juic.
dansr thst tn.uld orhprvrlse aeconoar.y
".' U tn tx-casion. Muhcr's Friend th'T th'T-crrhly
crrhly th'T-crrhly !:briv:;Tes evrr nerr. tendon ar
rrv.fAe involved and is a sure prevent! .-
i.r vsklz j the Ireasts.
You will tind this 6p!nd!d rpmo1- r
sr.le at ail dm? stores at Sl.OO a b
end is hisrhlv n'ooni mended for th p.i.K
Write Fradfield Rejmlator Co.. 134 1-f.r..
P.I2.. Atlanta. "a.. and tier ri!! r
fp?cd. c rry iratructlve Loci; fr T
Try a Star Want Ad. It PAYS
See that crown or
Wireless on Dicycle.
A resident of Nottingham, Eng has
mounted a wireless telegraph plant 011
his motorcycle and has received mes messages
sages messages as he was moving over the
DOX'T LET BABY SUFFER WITH
ECZEMA AXi) SKIX EKUPTIOXS
Babies nee a perfect skin-cover-
mg. bkin eruptions cause tnem not,
only intense suffering, but hinder
their growth. DR. HOBSOX'S ECZ
EMA OINTMENT can be relied on j
for relief and permanent cure of suf suffering
fering suffering babies whose skin eruptions
have made their life miserable. "Our
baby was afflicted with breaking out
of the skin all over the face and
scalp. Doctors and skin specialists
failed to help. We tried Dr. Hobson's
Eczema Ointment and were overjoy
ed to see baby completely cured be before
fore before one box was used," writes Mrs.
Strubler, Dubuque, Iowa. All drug druggists,
gists, druggists, or by mail. 50 cents. Tydings
& Co., Ocala, Pfeiffer Chemical Co.,
St. Louis, Mo., Philadelphia, Pa ad
Dogs Haul Artillery.
Dogs are made use of to haul light
artillery in the Belgium army and are
being experimented with by the Hol Holland
land Holland army.
STBEXGTHEX WEAK KIDNEYS
Don't suffer long with weak kid kidneys.
neys. kidneys. You can get prompt relief by
taking Electric Bitters, that wonder wonder-r'ul
r'ul wonder-r'ul remedy, praised by women every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Start with a bottle today,
you will soon feel like a new woman
with ambition to work, without fear
of pain. Mr. John Dowling of San
Francisco, writes: "Gratitude for
the wonderful effect of Electric Bit Bitters
ters Bitters prompts me to write. It cured
my wife when all else failed." Good
for the liver as well. Nothing better
for indigestion cr biliousness. Price
50 cents and $1. Sold by Tydings &
The Kind He Liked.
I overheard the following conversa conversation
tion conversation between my little brother and
his playmate: Jack remarked: "You
said you had a 'bad' cold; did you
ever have a 'good' one, Herbert?
Herbert answered: Tjnre. Or.ee I had
cne that iept me Iicm from school.
- ; si ri ft J bs s
e asid whole
No disagreeable odor or taste
that scientists find in beer in
"It is interesting to note
the observation that beer in
colorless bottles exposed to
diffused light will undergo a
change, precipitating a heavy
sediment and taking on a
disagreeable odor and taste."
K Extract from Dig Thesrie un i Praxis der Malzhrreiturg ur.J Eier Eier-fabrikatir,n.
fabrikatir,n. Eier-fabrikatir,n. Published by Director Julius E. Thajsing, Leipzig,
I 9 3. Fourth Edition, page 920.
This opinion was rendered
impartially and in the interest
The slightest taint of im impurity
purity impurity ruins the healthfulness
Be sure you get pure beer. Get
Schlitz in Brown Bottles.
cork is branded "Schlitz'
Where Shall I
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