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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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VOL. 20.
OCALA, FLORIDA, T-CESDAY. SEPTEMBER 16, 1913
NO 98

RDERED 8Y
etugevs firing Terrible Stories of
Anarchy anil Murder from the
West Coast
San Francisco, Cal., Sept. 16.
ews of the murder of Morris P.
oot, American superintendent of
i
1 Tiger mine at Tepio, Mexico, was
rought here yesterday by the steanr
r Peru, which had nearly 100 ref-
gees from Mexico aboard. The min min-ig
ig min-ig engineer was interrupted by a
w bandits as he was on his way to
dn employes of the company who
ere preparing to defend the mine
roperty. He wa3 disarmed and cut
Cpieces. Root was fifty years old
nd bad been fn Mexico about sixteen
ears.
Max Lambert, another American
neineer who arrivpd nn the Ppru.
: lpft fnr rfoaH hv bandr'ta ortin at-
jfied his home in the state of
epio. Lambert s wife and child es-
aped by crawling through a rear
indow and he remained to greet the
andits, whose approach was noticed
hen they were a mile away. They
ractured his skull and left him forjto
ead. When they departed Mrs.
-ambert returned and secured aid.
The refugees were from points
long the west coast of Mexico and
fhey brought repetitions of stories of
efugees who precede! them. West-
rn Mexico is in a state of anarchy,
hey said. Rebel chiefs do not rec-
gnize each other and when thev are
ot looting and committing murder
Ihey are fighting among themselves.
OST OF LIVING
HAS STEADILY CLIM11EH
Washington, Sept. 16. The cost
If living on June 15 was approxi-
lalely sixty per cent, higher than
e average between 1890 and 1900;
retthan three per cent, higher
n it was a year ago and nearly
een per cent
higher than it was
years ago.
Investigations of retail prices in
ty cities conducted by experts of j
Bureau of Labor show prices'
acticallv at the same level as last
ovember, the high record of last
uuarter century. Higher cost of food
va3 investigated and compared with
he averages between 1890 and
11900. Every thing except sugar
showed a marked advance; bacon
vhich led in the soaring, went up to
JJ8.5 per cent.
OVE FOR MOTHER
AND NATIVE LAUD
Ktrtrts a Half-Read Polak on n Long
Journey Over Land and Sea
O r,, 1 Minn Qa.v- 1 f! T virrrl
on a pneumatic cusnion in a nam-
- i
mock swung in a compartment of a'
fast train. Marion Wascuk. aged 19.'
Is speeding on the first lap of his
c5 journey which eventually, he
. ... ......
. ; will place mm in tne arms or
iaged mother near Warsaw, Po-
land. Accompanying him on the j
iourney is Miss Lydia Keller, super-!
intendent of a local hospital, where.
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ifor many months, Wascuk has been
bedbound, paralyzed below the neck
because of a broken back.
.! Thirfppn mrmtlia cttrrt a nila nf

BSririn&lfAl mirteen months ago a pile o
Ml-Mil Anl iIjrnber fel1 on h5ni as he was work
yr A I If 14 l if iDg In the "ard of a transfer com
IIIL.UIUI UIU jIany. Alter a hard battle physician

m
pxi sicians
brought him as nearly back to health
as they say he will ever be.
?vleanwhiie his attorneys were
fighting his case in the courts and
finally they obtained an award of
damages of $13,00. Then it was
.i. i j -. .
I fcssea uesire 10 return to
this mother in the little home inPol-
Ish Russia.
REFUGEES HELD Eli
THE MEXICAN REBELS

eerai uozen .Americans, irying to antee of safety in the face of so
Come Home, Reported in Great j many kidnapping rumors was a
Hanger Near Saltillo source of relief to him.
.Mexico City, Aug. 15. One hun-' "Thaw will not be taken to Little Little-dred
dred Little-dred Americans, including a number ton until tomorrow morning," said
or women and children, refugees 1 Sheriff Drew yesterday. "There is a
from Torreon, are reported to have lrain leaving here shortly after six
alien into the hands of rebels while 1 o'clock which would bring us there
proceeding overland to Saltillo. The ; in Plenty of time to be in court at
authorities at Saltillo decline to take1

the responsibility of sending a force
their rescue, tearing, thev saw
that the rebels might commit atroci- j
ties on the refugees which otherwise
might be avoided.
The report comes, from an official
source at Saltillo, but has not 'been
confirmed. The Aemrican embassy
has been advised and has called on
ihe Mexican foreign office to investi investigate
gate investigate the matter and do whatever is
possible to relieve the Americans
should the report prove true.
Senor Gamboa, the foreign minis minister,
ter, minister, has had no advices other than
the communication from the embas embassy.
sy. embassy. He expressed regret but added
that it was no more than might be
expected as the result of the "neu "neutrality
trality "neutrality policy" of the United States
which had hampered the administra-
tion in proceeding with
a strong
hand against rebels and bandits
HKGIXXING TO PRACTICE
FOR WIXTKR FOOTBALL
Gainesville Sun: Five or six local
uu a. a., iui.,tw u
the University of Florida football
eleven were at the park Friday and
Saturday afternoons for instruction
under Coach Pyle.
Sam Buie, captain of last season's
team came in Friday and joined the j
squad. He will no doubt be on the j
team this year, having been ,one of
the stars of last season's eleven.
Louis Tenney, who will be captain J
of the team this year, will arrive
Tuesday, and by the end of the
week a dozen or more of out-of-town
boys will be here fpr practice in an anticipation
ticipation anticipation of the first game of the
schedule with Southern College on
October 6th.
OLD TIMER ELLIS
Crystal River Xews: G. R. Ellis,
ot tne oamesviiie fertilizer Co., was
n town Wednesday on business.
1 r fii:,. i.. i t ia
. qhh nuew ,ui. dhzu iu jeais
ago and several other friends of his
reside here,
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WW." I ,G5T AN':r.,C'l "FINISH ThE GAME? wJ ?3 I NUT CLUQ

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ram.

Thaw is Xow in the Cut:dy of the
Federal Ciorerninent
Colebrook, X. H., Sept. 1G. E. P.
Xute, United States marshal, arrived
in
Colebrook yesterday afternoon
bearing a writ of habeas cornus call-
ing for the presence of Harry K.
Thaw before Federal Judge Aldrich
at Littleton today
With the service
nf thp writ iitp nnA chorifp nrfl. f

Coos county became "joint custodians ion. Schmidt carried the body from j Wil!iai" ?e- representing the Or Or-nf
nf Or-nf tho mtuo ithe bed to the bath room and nlar.-,oer ot Railway Jrammen at the

The notification to Sheriff Drew
places Thaw under the protection of
the United States, pending disposi disposition
tion disposition of the writ and that this guar-
William Travers Jerome, Xew
orks special deuutv in th Thaw
matter, planned to accompany Thaw
to Littleton, as did Franklin Iven-
nedy, deputy attorney-general, and
Sheriff Hornbeck of Dutchess county,
X. Y. The Thaw lawyers desired to
have argument continued in order
that the writ may be available at a
later date should it be found neces neces-ary
ary neces-ary to block extradition.
If Judge Aldrich should insist that
argument proceed tomorrow it might
result in the freeing of their client at
cn?e, prior to the extradition hearing
which Governor Felker has set for
Wednesday.
With Thaw free again serious
complications are possible. His law lawyers
yers lawyers would be acting within their
rights if they attempted to rush him
from the state. Jerome and his force
would of course seek to hold him. A
physical struggle between factions is
not out of the question and both
sides will have a lot of private detec detectives
tives detectives on hand.
Thaw retired early last night after
i
a Sunday spent entirely within doors.
Most of the day he conferred with j
the family representative, former
Governor Stone of Pennsylvania.
PB1EST CUT HfS
Another Ghastly Horror Has Been
Added to Xew York Crime
Annals
I
Xew York, Sept. 15. With the ar arrest
rest arrest yesterday of Rev. Hans Schmidt,!
assistant rector of St. Josephs Roman I
Catholic church, charged with the j
murder of Anna Aumuller, a' domes- i
i tic, a mystery surrounding the find-!
ing of parts of the dismembered I
body of a girl in the Hudson river!
was solved. Schmidt, according to j
the police, confessed and at the time
of the arrest attempted to commit
suicide. j
"I killed her because I loved her j
so much," Schmidt is alleged to have'
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told his captors, but the police ver- j
sion of the motive for the crime is :
that the young woman was about to
become a mother. Schmidt had mar- j
ried her through a ceremony of his

own performing without witnesses.
According to the police and the
; district attroney's office, the confes-!
sion was full and absolute. In it
Schmidt is quoted as saying he killed
his companion with a butcher knife
and cut up the body with the knife
and a saw. The deed was committed,
tne police say, shortly after midnight
x r y
uu ot-piemuer in an apartment on
j Bradhurst avenue, where the priest
had l'laced her five days before.
i When her heart had ceased beat-
' ing. according to the allesed confes-!
ithe bed to the bath room and nlac-
i ing it in the tub began immediate-

ly his gory task of. cutting it uo. J in tne controversy between fifty-two
With the keen knife and the saw he ea5lern railroads and their conduc conduced
ed conduced off the head, arms and legs. I tors and trainmen over the employ-

Still fearful of detection, he cut the
body in two.
Fie bundles wrapped in bed
clothing and papers, were made of
the six parts. Five times Schmidt
let t the apartment with a bundle to
cross the Hudson river to the Jersey
shore. Five times he leaned over
the stern of the ferry beat in mid midstream
stream midstream and gently gave the river his
burden. Then he returned to his
church. The stains of the girl's
blood still discolored the bathtub
when detectives searched the apart apartment
ment apartment today Schmidt told the police
he had taken the mattress on which
she lay when dealt the death blow
under cover of darkness, to a vacant
lot nearby and burned it.
In the apartment, among other
things the police found a marriage
license issued in Xew York last Feb February
ruary February and bearing the names of the
priest and the murdered woman. Ac According
cording According to Schmidt's confession, he
went through a marriage ceremony
with the girl. In this ceremony he
was both priest and bridegroom.
There were no witnesses.
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INDICTMENT:
JA Hialroad .Man Killed or Maimed'
in the tinted States Almost
Kvrry Hour
i
Xew York Sept. 14. "A member!
of the Brotherhood of Railway
Trainmen is killed every hour and
seven minutes, and every nine min minutes
utes minutes a man is maimed."
This was the testimony yesterday
Ui
njeelin of the arbitration committee
es demands for more pay and short shorter
er shorter hours. When this statement was
challenged by Elisha Lee, counsel for
tne railroads, William Lee cited sta-i"
tistics from the interestate commerced
i commission's report.
SHERIFF KEPT THAW
SHUT UP SUNDAY

A. R. and allied organizations, were
Colebrook, X. IL, Sept. 16. This 'guests of the local committee yester yestermorning
morning yestermorning Thaw will be taken before da' morning at a breakfast on a
Jad?e Aldrich at Littleton, whpn ar-i steamer on the Tennessee river. The

gunients on the writ will be heard.
Thaw spent a quiet' Sunday, his fifth
away from Matteawan. He did not
even go out for a walk. He express express-el
el express-el a desire to attend the Methodist
church, but the sheriff said that he
(the sheriff) had not been going to
church much of late and feared if he
went today it might establish a pre precedent
cedent precedent under which, his wife would
compel him to attend regularly here hereafter.
after. hereafter. SENATOR BRISTOW
WON'T BE SUITED
Maybe a Hod hot Slogan of War
Would riease the Fiery
Kansas .Man
Washington, Sept. 16. Without
reference to a committee the Senate
yesterday unanimously agreed to the
House joint resolution appropriating
immediately $100, ("'00 for the relief
and transportation of American citi citizens
zens citizens from Mexico.
Senator Bristow, of Kansas, how how-eer,
eer, how-eer, did not grant his consent to the
passage of the resolution until he
had criticised the administration's
Mexican policy.
"I have had letters from several
friend in Mexico and talked
others who have left Mexico

the president issued his warning for,?-??! their attacks upon Joseph E.

Americans to get out of Mexico and
they all t-ay that the warning has
been very unfortunate," said the sen senator.
ator. senator. "They tell me that it has made
:h? lot of Americans in Mexico very
much harder than it was before."
OCALA LODGE SO. SO, V,. l O. I-:.

Ocala Lodge, No. 2SC, Benovelent
and Protecthe Order of Elks, meats' CHAPTER XO. 13. It. A. M.
he second and fourth Tuesday even-1 Regular convocations of the Ocal
mgs in each month. ,Visiting breth- Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
ren a'ways welcome. ; fourth Friday In every month at
Chas. W. Hunter, E. R. jl:30 p. m. C. B. Connor, II. P.
Joseph Bell, Secretary. Ad. Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad

GRAND ARMY MB
ARE GATHER1IIG

j En t!:c City Around Which They Hat-
tied with the Southerners Fifty
Years Ago
Chattanooga, Tenn., Sept. 16 As Assembled
sembled Assembled for the first time in a south-
!era citJ'. more than 14,000 Union
veterans are here for the opening
of the forty-seventh annual encamp encampment
ment encampment of the Grand Army of the Re Republic.
public. Republic. Several thousand representa representatives
tives representatives of allied organizations, meet meeting
ing meeting in this city simultaneously with
the annual encampment, also are in
the city.
A record crowd is predicted during
encampment week, which ends Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. Yesterday was designated as
Lookout "Mountain Day." Despite
a light continuous rain which began
early in the morning, hundreds visit-
ed the famous battlefield along the
side and on the point of Lookout
, mountain.
! Commander-in-Chief Alfred B.
Beers and national officers of the G.
fiist business meeting was held yes
terday morning with the executive
council of administration convened.
The impressive parade of the
Grand Army of the Republic will
take place Wednesday morning, and ;
Thursday and Friday will be devoted
largely to business sessions while
sightseeing tours to battlefields will
conclude the encampment Saturday.
The following allied organizations
meet simultaneously with the G. A.
Zl.: Women's Relief Corps, Ladies of
the G. A. R., Daughters of the Vetfciv
ans, National Association of Union
ex-Prisoners of War, National Asso-.
ciation Naval Veterans, U. S. A.,
18G1-63, Sons of Veterans, Sons Qf
Veterans' auxiliary, National Asso Association
ciation Association Army Nurses of the Civil
War, National Association of ."Civil
Wa; musicians, and the Society of
the Army of the Cumberland.
The scene of, and approaches to,
the present G. A. R. encampment and
the recent U. C. V. reunion teem with
historic interest. With the iossible
xception of the valley of Virginia
j tj,is section.
it is claimed, stands
first in number of important battles,
of the civil war. En route to this,
city the Union Veterans passed thru
many of the important' fields on
which Grant grappled with Albert
Sidney Johnson in the early stages of
the wnr. and where Rosecrans and
Bragg fought their prolonged duel.

with Then, too, they saw the amphithe amphithe-since
since amphithe-since aters in which Thomas and Sherman

Johnson on the campaign which,
many contend, broke the backbone
of the Confederacy. Within a short
distance of the encampment are the
lattlefieldrV of Chickamauga, Lookort
Mountain. Missionary RMge, Ring Ringgold,
gold, Ringgold, Altoona, Resaca, Tunnel Hill
and the scenes of many severe skirm-
I ishes.
By F. R. MORGAN



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THE OCALA EVEXIXG STAR, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1913

t OCALA OCCURRENCES

SlGHESTIOXS IX IiEGAKH TO

LOCATION OF HIGH SCHOOLS)

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Odd Fellows meet tonight.

Masons meet Thursday night.

Moose meet Thursday evening.

There will be no band concert this
week.

Cranberries at Carn-Thomas Com Com-pan
pan Com-pan v. 5)-15-ltd

Mr. Marcus Frank left last night
for a business trip to Savannah.

Wash rags and bath towels at the
Court Pharmacy. 9-2

Almond cocoa scfap, which Is with without
out without an equal. Ge't it at the Court
Pharmacy. 9-2

George Ford, of Ocala, was trans trans-'acting
'acting trans-'acting business in the city the first
of the week. Leesburg Commercial.

DR. W. K. LAXE Specialist, Eye
Ear, Nose ind Throat. Office Law
'.ibrary Building, Ocala. Adv.

Mr. Pete Mcintosh is home from a
two weeks' vacation spent in Xewr
York. I

J. K. Dickson, of Ocala, is a visi visi-tor
tor visi-tor in Miami this week. Miami Metropolis.

Rexall tooth paste, a perfect den den-trifice,
trifice, den-trifice, antiseptic and deodorant; 25c.
tubes, at Gerig's drug stores. 8-29

Mr. Frank Ditto returned last
night from Jacksonville, and brings
the good news that his brother Rai Rai-ford
ford Rai-ford shows signs of improvement.

Theresa and Marguerite Condrey,
of Ocala, are spending awhile with
their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
John Condrey, on Warm Spring ave.
Coleman Item 'in Bushnell Times.

It is a little late in the season, "but
we want to call youf attention to
a nobby line of bathing cdps which
you can find at the Court Pharm Pharmacy.
acy. Pharmacy. 9-2

This is the evening for the regular
council meeting, but as Mr. Taylor is
out of town, there will be put a
bare quorum, so it is probable that

tne meeting win oe postponed.

Do 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

Judge Bullock did not remain at
the gulf as long as he had intended.
When he arrived at Crystal River, he
found his boat on the ways, so re returned;
turned; returned; intending to take his marine
outing later.

If Ed Bennett had only advertised
that Parisian fashions picture, that he
ahowedat the Temple last night, all
the bald-headed men in town, and
some of the others, would have been
present.

Mr. Ed L. Wartmann of Citra was
in town Saturday. He "had just re returned
turned returned from Atlanta, which he says
is a great and growing city. He re reports
ports reports a steady and solid advance In
improvements and property values.

Mr. W. F. Malcolm, the efficient
representative of the Remington
Typewriter Co., is in the city. Mr.
Malcolm leads the Remington agents
of the state this month in the amount
of business he is doing for his company.

No. 10, another of the Coast Line's
overworked veterans, had to make a
second trial to climb the grade from
the Seaboard crossing last night. The
railroad .would save 'time if it would
tell its passengers on No. 9 to get
oat and walk when the train stops
for the crossing, and we are sure
that the more able-bodied and good good-natured
natured good-natured of the men would get behind
sand push if they were requested to
do so. If it wasn't for the money
saved on these omt-of-date engines,
some invalid stockholder of the road
might have to miss his vacation at
.Newport.

Rexall toilet cream, an excellent
toilet requisite, a delicate cleanser
and beautifier. At Gerig's Drug

-stores.

8-29

The county julge has issued mar

riage licenses topir. Robert Benber Benber-ry
ry Benber-ry and Miss Hafttie Munroe, to Mr.
Allen Wright aAd Miss Agnes Hun-

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Mr. J. D. McDonald, car accountant
for the Ocala Northern- Railroad, re returned
turned returned yesterday afternoon from a
two weeks vacation, spent at his old
home in the Miami valley of Ohio.

ELECTION' RETURNS AT
THE TEMPLE THIS EVEXIXG

The management of the Temple
theater has arranged to receive the
election returns by phone tonight,
and as fast as they come in they will
be flashed on the screen. Besides
this a specially selected program has
been arranged for tonight, and, by
the way, you'd better come early, as
it is expected that the Temple will be
crowded.
Following is the picture program:
"His Redemption." Lubin drama.
"A Gamble With Death." Another
beautiful drama by the Biograph Co.
"The Divided House." Essanay
comedy.
Big Bill Anderson in "The Ranch
Feud." Essanay western drama, and
a dandy. Adv.

ELECTIOX ALMOST OVER

This, the most quiet wet or dry
election Ocala has ever known, is
drawing to a close.
Almost everybody is good-natured.
There has been no disorder and not
even very much heated argument.
There is however intense interest.
Up to 3 o'clock, 580 votes had been
polled in this precinct. There are
between seven and eight hundred.
Both sides are working hard to get
their men to the polls. One thing
against the drys is that many of
their men are out of town. Some
who were away on business or vaca vacation
tion vacation have returned at great personal
inconvenience to vote.
Reports are coming in from the
country precincts. According to
these, Belleview, Summerfield and
Oklawaha have gone wet. Other re reports
ports reports are that the north end of the
county is going solidly dry. All these
reports should be discounted, for no nobody
body nobody will know till the votes are
counted.
The returns will be given as far as
possible at the Temple tonight, and
the Star will tell vou nil about it to

morrow

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Division Passenger Agent Kirk Kirk-laiid
laiid Kirk-laiid of the Coast Line, who was in
tQwn the other day, says he does not
think the Palmetto) Limited (trains
37 and 38) will be fun yia Newberry
and Dunnellon tmsf winter. He
thinks they wilt pass through Ocaia
as they always have. The trains

will probably be put on about Nov. 1.

K

Mr R. B. Bullock returned today

from aVisitto his fanxilyat Dem Dem-orest,
orest, Dem-orest, Ga. Mrs. Bullock and the
children will remain for some time
longer.

Messrs. G. K. Williams and J. F.
Jenkins, of the contracting firm of J.
F. Jenkins & Co., are home from Co-
lumbia, S. C, where they went sev several
eral several days ago on business.

WHY

Send your money away from
home for your

When you can get Better
Service, Superior Workman Workmanship,
ship, Workmanship, and Reasonable Prices
at
if''
The Ocala Marble Works
A. J. Leavengood.
PROPRIETOR

If you would Buy, Sell,
Lease or Exchange, see
me at the Courthouse or
write for my bulletin of
"''summer bargains in
Choice Properties : :
J. H.liRINSON
OCALA, FLORIDA

j CJitcr Star: 1 believe yba will!
! agree with me that in all my work in I
! the city-and for the county that the ;
I best interests have been my first and

i only thought.

In looking over the field of en endeavor,
deavor, endeavor, from many points of vantage,
i: appeals to me that we are likely to
make -a great mistake as well as a
costly one, in the location of our new
high school. I believe if our school
board will carefully investigate and
seriously consider this point from
the not altogether present view, but
looking. to the future in all its broad broadness,
ness, broadness, it will agree with me.
It is hoped in the make up of this
new school building there will be
provision made for an industrial and
domestic science department, which
can be easily provided for in the
basement of the building.
The prime question to be consid considered
ered considered is location. I fear if we erect on
the grounds at present selected, we
will make a grave mistake and one
that in the future will cause us much
annoyance. In looking over the sit situation
uation situation it appears to me a more fav favorable
orable favorable or better place would be on
the four acres known as the Duebel
block. This will be in the center of
the belt of development, situated
splendidly and will never be cramped,
and ample territory adjacent that ad additional
ditional additional acreage could be secured for
future development.
The present location is somewhat
low, not so well drained, and part
faces towards the Coast Line tracks,
and passing trains will create more
or less disturbance. The other piece
of property is elevated, well drained
and splendidly lbcated.
Better sell the present location,
gentlemen, and buy this, other; use
the difference in price to add to the
industrial and science departments,
thus putting our school in an ad advanced
vanced advanced place, and begin building for
the future, and keep the onward
pace until Ocala has as fine schools
as can be found in our state, and let
us educate our boys and girls at
home.
Gentlemen, ponder well over this
before we begin operations. It is
worthy of your deepest thought.
These are facts as I see them, and

feel in presenting same I am study

ing our very best conditions. I have

norlands whose value will be either
increased or decreased, but am striv striving
ing striving tp watch over our present needs
as well as guard our future. I hon honestly
estly honestly believe it best to get pur splen splendid
did splendid high school in a larger and more
attractive location.
yf J. D. Rooney, Secretary.

T. S. WILLIAMS

Mr. T. S. Williams of Spartanburg,
S. C, who has been ill with cancer
for some time, died yesterday in a
hospital in Asheville. Mr. Williams
is well known in Florida. He was the
father of Mrs. H. C. Dozier, who was
with him during his last illness. Mrs.
Dozier will return home in a few
days. She has the sympathy of the
many friends of the family in the
loss of her father.

TWO MOKE NEW HOMES

The Citizens Investment Company
has begun the construction of two
handsome new cottages on Sanchez
street at Eighth street, on opposite
sides of the street. One is for Mr.
C. E. Winston and the other for Mr.
L. W. Ponder, bookkeeper for Mclver
& MacKay. The houses will be six
rooms each, very modern and hand handsome,
some, handsome, and will be ready for their
owners inside 6f ninety days.

ATTENTION

On account of the wet or dry elec election
tion election there will be no meeting of the
Board of Governors of the Marion
County Board of Trade tonight. The
meeting is postponed until Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday night at 8 o'clock. Be on hand

promptly then,

..- "JTm. Meffert, ChaThuan.

J. D. Rooney, Secretary.

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Mr. J. V. Tarver with his son John,
left today for Atlanta, where Mr.
Tarver will entr his son in college;
and from there will go to Memphis
to visit a sisterTShen to Macon, Sa Sa-vannah
vannah Sa-vannah and other places for a ,few
days each. Mr. Tarver will be ab absent
sent absent for about ten days.
ifr7"-H. M- Ha mpioh arrived this
afternoon from Tennessee, where he
left Mrs. Hampton and Master Hampton.

Postmaster Huber has botinced J.
E. Gates, who furnished the infor information
mation information that caused Mr. CarmichaeJ
to accuse Mr. J. P. Phillips of writ writing
ing writing the letter from "An Old Prophet."

Following the example of Mis Missouri,
souri, Missouri, Marion county Is to have a
road building day, at which time all
hands will be at work on building
good roads. Palatka Times-Herald.

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We have thousands of items that must be sold out be be-fore
fore be-fore this sale ends. This little sale will end on Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, September 20th. '
Just a few of the ite i n tfcJs sale:

Men's E. & W. $2 and $1.50
Shirts for

$1.35

Men's Soft Collar Shirts, 50c AO
and 75c value for rub
Men's Balbriggan Underwear, IQp
25c and 35c values for
Men's Athletic Shirts or Drawers 0 7p
50c values for 0 U

Men's Tublar Wash Ties now
3 for

25c

Men's Hemstitched White Hand- Op
kerchiefs 5c values for -. wb
Ladies' Sailor Hats that sold up 1 rip
to 59c only ....
Children's Shoes, all leather, that C ftp
sold up to $1.50- wUU

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72 in. Mosquito Canopies, ready QKp
for hanging at uUu
80 inch Mosquito Canopy, CI 1 C
Square or Hoop frames for 4 I 1 0
Linen Finish Cheviots for all Op
kinds of wear at, per yard Ob
40 in. White Lawn, very sheer 1fp
at, per yard 1 ... IUb

40 m. White Lingerie, very soft Iflp I
at. ner vard IUb j

36 in. Pajama Checks, far super- Op
ior to the. 10c grade at Ob
36 in. Brown Dress Linen (all) IQp
29c value at, per yard.-...-: .13b

We alive items in nearly every department of the
store that must be sold during this Qdd and End Sale.
Our prices are always as low as is Consistent

with quality

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Ocala,

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Our Unparalleled

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For $5 we will rent you, guaranteed by us in good condi condi-dition,
dition, condi-dition, an understroke model SMITH PREMIER
Typewriter for Three Months,
Then you can buy a machine if you like, and we will credit
this $5 on the purchase.

Visible Mo die No. 10 R ental Terms
One Month S3 Six Months $15
Sold EASY PAYMENTS Plan

Paragon Ribbons, Red Seal Carbon Papers. Machine catalogs and supplies
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A GOOD EXAMPLE

Another addition to the library
donated by Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk, is a
valuable book on forestry; confer conference
ence conference of the' governors of the United
States, proceedings.
Let this good work continue. Look
in your libraries and see if you
haven't something of value you can
donate. Watch the papers and you
will see such work as this in every
section -of the country. Why not
Ocala have as good a library as any
other point? Please respond.
J. D. Rooney, Secretary.

Miss Emily Rentz, while crossing
Fort King avenue at Tuscawilla
street this morning, was knocked
down by Dr. Walter Hood's auto and
sustained several bruises. The
young lady started across the street
without looking in both directions,
(which is a precaution everybody
should take, these days) and stepped
in the way of the car, which Dr.
Hood, who is one of the most care careful
ful careful drivers in town, was doing his
best to stop. The doctor took her
home and attended to her not very
severe injuries, and she will soon be
out again.

(kala NorHbm ly.
Change of Schedule,
Effective Sunday, September 14th.
No. 76 leaving Ocala 8:00 a. m, and No. 77 arriving
Ocala 5:10 p. m. Sunday train; and No. 72 leav leaving
ing leaving Ocala 7:30 a. m. and No. 73 arriving Ocala
5:10 p. m. week days will be discontinued.

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THE OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1913

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If a good business chance came your way, in the
shape of a piece of property or a share in a thriving
business, it would be nice to write out a check for
the amount. If sickness or fire invade vour home

ff it would be nice to have money in the bank, no mat

ter wnat might happen, because it is a safe-guard
against possible old age or sickness and poverty.

DO YOUR BANKING WITH US
We Pay 4 per cent Interest cn Savings Accounts

VULCANIZING.
We are equipped with the fittest, longest, Hest Vulcanizing
plant in Central Florida. Any sized tire handled at one time.
All work Guaranteed to he First-Class.
Nrinj 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

DA VIES, The Tire Man
l'lionc 438. OCALA, I-"LOHIA Main St., near Postoffice,

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ests Interests of All
Ocala. F!a.. Sept. C, 1313.
T'.r. J. D. Roor.ey, Secretary, Clarion
County Board of Trade, City.
Dear Sir: Quite a few people are
holding back from offering their help
cn the I'iitchton road because
they .say the occasion will Le pretty
rar.ch of a iicnic. and at best that the
read will be indifferently built by in inexperience!
experience! inexperience! people. They argue that
Ocala people will probably cover a
few miles of this eUd, of the road
Blitchton and other commaniiies
further on small portions of the road
nearest to them, respectively, etc.
You will pardon me for suggesting
that you tell the public thru the
press that the work is to be divided
up into sections and that each sec section
tion section is to be under the supervision of
an experienced road builder, probab probably
ly probably one of the countie's regular road
builders. Tell the public of each
community where they are supposed
to report for work on the morning of
the 16th of October, what section of
the road they will be asked to build,
what tools to bring, etc. Yoa have
no doubt thought of this long ago
and I am only suggesting that you
tell the public your plans. I believe
that half of the north half of the
county will offer their help when you
convince them that the thing is to be
put thru systematically. They are
from Missouri, Mr. Rooney. "Show
them."
Meantime, put me down for two
men, automobile and twenty-five
sandwiches from Mrs. L.
Yours respectfully,
A. M. Lansford.
Ocala, Fla., Sept. Id, 1913
Mr. A. M. Lansford and the Citizens
of Marion County:
Replying to your favor of the Oth,
which is produced herewith.
It has been my purpose to give the
details of this road work, and it
would have been done sooner, but

some of the details had to be worked
out, the road material located and
arrangements made for putting these
pits into condition for utilization.
You are aware that the county
commissioners will put the entire
county forces on this road on Mon Monday,
day, Monday, October 13th, prior to the gen-

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i mis time mis friends snoelced.

It seems that Mr. Lansford failed to figuse on a slack business during the
Summer months, the result being that he ordered toD many mu&icai instru instruments
ments instruments last Spring for the Summer trade. He has recently token back a num number
ber number of pianos and organs from unfortunate people who had to move elsewhere
and the result of all this is that his store is now crowded with shep-worn and
slightly used instruments that he is compelled to sell at greatly reduced fig figures
ures figures to make room for the fall stock which, is fast coming in. Look over the
following figures:

One Ivers and Pond Upright Piano, good
. as new .
One Kingsbury Piano, in fine condition,
ebony case -----
One shop-worn Piano from Chickering
factory (never sold)
One $400.00 Ludden & Bates Piano, per perfectly
fectly perfectly new
One $550.00 Player Piano good as new
One $450.00 Player Piano, good as new
Several Organs, formerly sold for $75 to
$125.00, now ...

One $200.00 Victrola, good as new..
Several small Victors as' low in price as
(each)

$300
$150
$265
$305
$350
$250
$ 25
$100
$7.50

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Everything.
Write for particulars or call at my store.

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eral date of October ICth, when all
the forces will be marshaled for the
biggest road working day in the his history
tory history of our state.
There are twenty overseers in the
county's forces and I have the prom promise
ise promise of a number of additional good
r.en. Th? roa 1 is 1S34 miles from
:he city limits to the countv line.

Commissioner Waikins puts one ov-!

reer 2nd his crew on this work to today;
day; today; take the different offers made
)i reams and extra days prior to gen gen-rial
rial gen-rial day will make possible the com com-leticn
leticn com-leticn cf this road working in one
lay.
Xo. my goo I friend L.. it is not a
icnic. neither do we expect to do the
work indifferently, but under the
lirectioB of Mr. J. R. Moorhead en engineer,
gineer, engineer, and Ed Carmichael as general
superintendent, and every man in the
county knows that Ed is one of the
best. This work will be done under
sub-overseers for every mile and
probably each half-mile, with the
best men over from three to five
miles. Thus you see the work will
ie under the direction of the best
road men in the county. I do not
believe a single man that has given
tie his name has done so thinking it
.vas a picnic. But they have met the
issue squarely and are going out for
the purpose of helping build a good
road, something that has been need needed
ed needed in that section of the county.
Xow let us take a look at location
of material. The first pit is near the
two-mile post, half a mile from the
road, and is good lime. The second,
is.v.the top of the hill one-quarter
of a mile west of first pit and is good
gravel, some lime, right at side of
road. Third pit is at the three and
a half mile post. side(of road, good
material; fourth pit near five-mile
iost. near road. In grading down
the hill just west of Taylor's place
ample material for several miles can

be obtained. The gravel hill at Prof, j
Brinson's, McDavid hill. Natural ;
formation at Phillip's which shows
best results as a road builder of any anything
thing anything on read to Blitchton. At 121,. 121,.-miie
miie 121,.-miie post on side Held another lime
pit; 13-mile post across from road,
splendid pit. Plenty of material all

along from first pit up to Dr. 8. H.
Blitch's. From there to county line
we did not inspect but doctor says
we will find plenty of material and
take this with the twenty double
teams offered by Mr. Osborne of Mor Mor-riston
riston Mor-riston for ten days in connection
.vith the force put on today will put
the road from Blitchton to county
line in good shape. All the people
offering are supposed and will be di divided
vided divided by a special notice and printed
program to assemble as early as pos possible
sible possible on road making day, at nearest
point from where they live to road.
Ocala people will be distributed
along at most available points. Teams
and men will be evenly distributed
along all points. Ladies will serve
dinner on each mile of road, thus
saving time. Want every lady on or
near the road to feel they are ap appointed
pointed appointed on this committee and all
others offering will be assigned to
different sections. Plenty of good
water will be distributed along the
line.
A careful inspection of road up to
Blitchton by Commissioner Watkins,
.Tr. Mocrhead, the committee and Dr.
Blitch we find several miles that only
aeeJ a certain kind of work to put
iii feood condition, which Comnris Comnris-iioner
iioner Comnris-iioner Watkins will have done be be-:ore
:ore be-:ore regular roa J ('.ay. He will put
his entire torce on this road in ample
time to get everything systematized,
tie will also take charge of a force
on the 10th. and he is a good one.
As to tools, we want hoes, shovels,
picks and all the teams to be had.
Eery load of road material we can
get hauled and put along the real
before the great road working day
will be just that much alrea !y ac accomplished
complished accomplished and enable men with
shovels to get to work on arrival.
Mr. Ditto will have several teams,
Mr. Shearer and others from a week
to ten days before the 10th. So you

see we are planning in a way to be
able to get the best result from ev every
ery every one on the big day and make it
an epoch in Marion's history to never
be forgotten.
J. D. Rooney, Secreary.

Wftere is Your Money?
While the family was at dinner over $900, hid in
a desk upstairs, was stolen from a St. Louis, Mp.t
home.
Depositing money in a strong institution is the
hest insurance against fire, burglars and dishonest
servants.
A safety deposit box also affords absolute securi security,
ty, security, at a cost of as little as $3 per year, for money,
jewelry and all valuable papers.
Large and small accounts welcomed.

Ocal

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ME BEAUTY
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
JEWELRY
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.

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A. E. BU

Ojal a, Florida

Special Prices on Recovering Auto Tops:
Runabouts j $1X

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Goods subject to examination, lest ol goods seen at
shop. Workmanship the best.
OCALA AUTO TOP CO.
J. J. McCRANIE, Manager.

WHITE STAR LIME,
VKANSFEIl AXD Fl;t IMMCOO STOIIAGE
COLLIER UROS.. Proprietors.

Teams lor Light
and Heavy tiu!iftg
Packing and
Shipping 1
Furniture, Pianos
a:id Safes,
i ajtfage Service
' ttc Bcsi.

We Sell
BEAVER BOARD,
uper ior lo Plaste
or Ceiling in
Quality or Price.
Investigate.
Phone 296

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HEALTH

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BURGLARY, EMPLOYEES LIABILITY

Ocala House Block

Phone 420

liKAUTIFUL, PERMAXKXT,
WASHAIJLE XKW WALL FINISH

Any one contemplating wall paper

ing, 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 ia this territory and prices are
verv reasonable. For information

see Mclver & MacKay. 9-13-tf

OPKX ALL NIGHT

The Merchant's Cafe is a Srst class
place to take your meals. Open night
and day. J. R. Dewey, proprie proprietor.
tor. proprietor. 2-2S-tf

Cures Old Sores, Other Kerr.eCies Won't Cure.
The worst cases, no matter of how long standir g
are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Ir
Porter's Asti'-p:c Ilea!:::? Oil. It relieve
Pain and Heals at the same time. 25c, 50c, tl.C

1 PHI SIGlflA FEMALE COLLEGE
902 Fort, King Ave. Ocala, Florida

OPENS SEP. 29 FOR THIRD ANNUAL TERM
RITES: S8.50 PER MONTH. TERMS IN tDViNCE.

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This school will properly train and educate young ladies and girls
in a practical useful course for higher and better life. We solicit

.J.the attendance of pupils who appreciate our efforts to advance them

rapidly and thoroughly, making the work in school a pleasure as

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. ni. or from 7:30 to 9:30 at
night. Be.-t attention and thorough teaching.
I'HONi: :JS FOH CATALOG.

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TlfE OCALA EVEXIXG STAR,
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1C, 1913

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
V.imSUKK & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
K. 11. Carroll, Cent ral Manager Pirt V. Leaven;;ood, Rusiness Manager
J. II. Eenjamin, Editor
Enteral at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.

holidays than from his working
twenty hours a day. It is said that
his condition was improved, but that
he was completely tired out and re required
quired required at least two weeks' rest.

THE OLIVE BRANCH

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you will find this bank's

phone r,i

(Domestic)
One year, in advance $5.00
Six months, in advance 2.50
Three months, in advance.... 1.25
One month, in advance 50

SURSCRIPTIOX RATES

(Foreign)
One year, in advance $S.OO
Six months, in advance 4.25
Three months, in- advance. . 2.25
One month, in advance Sr

The election is over, with the .ex

ception of cating a few belated
! votes, and counting the ballots and
announcing the result.
! The contest has been, compar compar-jativeiy
jativeiy compar-jativeiy speaking, a quiet one. Some

of the most objectionable features of
former campaigns have been elimi eliminated.
nated. eliminated. Both parties have shown a
commendable disposition to confine
the dispute to home folks and not in-

i troduce any foreign firebrands to

If you demand uie best all good business men do do-service
service do-service to customers far greater than just ordinary.

From every standpoint whether it be responsibility, integrity of management,
security, ability to extend accommodation, or the desire to be of assistance to
each patron you will find us ready always to do all we can to meet your re requirements
quirements requirements with complete satisfaction.

In an accident on the beach road
between. Jacksonville and Pablo Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, Donald Johnson, a young busi business
ness business man, was killed, and his com companion
panion companion Eugene D. Garrett, was ser seriously
iously seriously wounded.

It appears that Schmidt, the alleg alleged
ed alleged priest who murdered and dismem dismembered
bered dismembered Anna Aumuller, in New. York
a few days ago, is either an impostor
or had been expelled from his order
for bad conduct.

Senator Fletcher, in an Interview
given out in Washington Monday,
denies that the charge that he aided
in euchering John Martin out of his
temporary position as collector of
customs at Jacksonville. Judging
from what we know of the senator,
we should not think him capable of
any such small business.

The Star again respectfully recom recommends
mends recommends the city council to make the
Atlantic Coast Line move its track
scales near the Kendrick road cros crossing.
sing. crossing. They are a source of constant
irritation and danger to the people
of both city and county, and many
people wonder why the council has
not more backbone than to submit to
the imposition.

The change in the Ocala Northern
schedule will not be popular, partic particularly
ularly particularly that provision that lays off the
Sunday trains t6 Silver Springs. The
Star respectfully recommends the
receiver to make' some arrangement
by which Ocala people can continue
to reach the springs on Sunday. It
will not only please our people but
it will pay the road.

St. Joseph's Academy at Loretto
will open on the 19th. This is one
of the best schools for boys of the
ages from seven to fifteen in the
state. The school gives a careful
and practical training in the most
necessary branches of education, and
takes good care, morally and physi physically
cally physically of its pupils. It is most health healthfully
fully healthfully located and cases of sickness
among its pupils are rare. A great
many Florida boys, including not a
few from Marion county, have been
educated in this school, and they all
prove its good work. The Star can
personally recommend it. Send to
the Sister Superior, St. Joseph's
Academy, Loretto, Fla., for a catalogue.

There is such a thing as literary
style, and it is very hard to conceal.
The Star thinks it recognizes the

literary style of the author of the
famous or infamous circular, "Show
this to Your Neighbor," signed "An
Old Prophet," that has caused such
a stir in this county In the last four
days, and the style is not the style of
Mr. J. P. Phillips. Circumstances
support the Star's supposition. The
Star will not waste any time in argu arguing
ing arguing with people who insist that the
wets concocted and sent out the cir circular.
cular. circular. It is unreasonable to think
they would do so. It was a smart
and unscrupulous election trick, and
if it had been put off till Sunday it
would have cost the wet people
many votes. As it is, it is likely to
prove a boomerang. The Star does
not see why any man should change
his vote on account of it. It does
not affect the principle of prohibi prohibition,
tion, prohibition, but issuing it was entirely un unworthy
worthy unworthy of any party, let alone a
party of morals, and the Star is quite
sure that the author will receive his
most severe condemnation from the
men and women he mistakenly

add to the ill-feeling.
Nevertheless, there has been too

thought he was trying to serve. The much i humor. And the Star ex-;
postoffice clerk who gave out the in-jpresses the sentiment of the most j
formation that throws suspicion onmo(jerate and public-spirited of both
Mr. Phillips, is also to be condemn- j parties when it advises that the re reed.
ed. reed. Aside from the fact that Mr. jsuit ,e accepted without undue ela ela-Phillips
Phillips ela-Phillips seems to have always treat- tion by the victors and in good faith
ed him well when he was in the em- by the vanquished, and that we all
ploy of the telephone company, he!go back to the affairs of everyday
had no business as a postal employe life and the work of building up our

The Monroe &
OCALA,

ChamMiss Bank
FLORIDA

to give out any information regard regarding
ing regarding the mail that passed through his
hands. The Star does not know
whether he has laid himself liable to
a penal charge or not, but it has

county.
The prohibitionists went into the
campaign with the sincere desire of
making their little corner of the
world better. The saloon people

heard a number of people, not all of have worked from the very natural
them prohibitionists, say they are re-'motive of protecting their interests,
luctant to have him handle their J Each side will be consistent and
mail, and it thinks the least the de- charitable if it extends a great deal
partment can do is to dispense with'of toleration to the other.

his services.

The Star has had its rays rubbed
the wrong way by people on both
sides. It hasn't retaliated, it is will willing
ing willing to forgive and be forgiven. Let us
have peace.

MAKING THE MEN
A EISA ID TO MARRY

The Star has received the pros prospectus
pectus prospectus of the Rochester Business In Institute,
stitute, Institute, Rochester, N. Y., one of the
leading business schools of the Uni United
ted United States, and one that with its
last term finished half a century of
usefulness. The most interesting

thing about this school to a Mona- j Tampa Tribune: When we con con-ian
ian con-ian is the fact that the assistant sider some of the legislation that is
principal is John F. Forbes, who was I now finding its way to the statute
the first president of Stetson Univer- j books we can hardly wonder that
city, and a man recognized for a doz- men should feel increasingly afraid
en years or more as one of the lead- to marry. And, by the way, it is a
ing educators of Florida. Dr. Forbes j little remarkable that at a time

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Cse Best of Materials.
Slight nothing.
Guarantee all Work.
Want to Know what more you
could ask.

All Kinds of Cement Work Properly Executed.

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took charge of DeLand Academy
over twenty-five years ago when it
was only a little piny-woods school,
and built it up into the biggest col college
lege college in Florida. Only the State Uni University
versity University has outstripped it, and that
since Dr. Forbes resigned. It is safe
to say that if it had had not been for
Forbes, there would have been no
Stetson University. He interested
Mr. Stetson in the school, and for
years after directed the work and
development that the philanthropist's
money furnished means to carry on.
He had the natural talent of a born
educator as well as the scientific
training given by the best of schools.
All over Florida are men and women
who love and honor the name of
John F. Forbes, and all will be glad
that he is well and happy and pros prosperous
perous prosperous in his native state, and if any
of them want their children given a
first-class business education under
his direction, the Star will be glad to
give them his address.

results? And now these legislative
free-folk are trying to arrange for
extradition for their previous law.

when we are all asked to join in a And yet we comnlain that the mar-

Elsewhere we print a communica communication
tion communication from Secretary Rooney regard regarding
ing regarding the location of the high school.
It has been the Star's opinion for
some months that the proposed loca location
tion location of the school was not the best,
and it has heard many well-posted
citizens express the same idea. The
present location of the high school
is better for the entire city than
either the new location or the one
suggested by Mr. Rooney, and the
Star recommends to the school board
that it hold on to the. lot until the
times comes, which will be in a few
years, when increase of population
will demand yet another school school-house.
house. school-house. As all people know, the
high school lot is a mighty good one,
and keeping it will save the district
a big expense some time in the next
ten years.

cry for the equality ot the sexes
there should be hundreds of laws in intended
tended intended to regulate the relations of
men to women and hardly a single
law prescribing the relations of wo women
men women to men. For example, the ab-

riage rate is falling
hand we find that

while on every
laws are being

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man who wants to marry is presump presumptively
tively presumptively a criminal. That he is'pre is'pre-suniDtivelv
suniDtivelv is'pre-suniDtivelv a lunatic goes without

oiiginal minds of the state of Wash- j gaying
ington have recently enacted what u is the custom now in some east east-they
they east-they call a "lazy husband law." We ern states to ask the man point-

do not know the precise provisions of

this law, but any one can guess who
is familiar with the workings of the
primitive intelligence. But why is
there no "lazy wife -law?" Are not
women just as prone to laziness as
men, and with even more disastrous

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Dental Surgeon
Rooms 9, 10, 11, Holder Block
Phone 250
OCALA, FLORIDA
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L. F. BLALOCK
Dental Surgeon
Office Over Commercial Bank
Phone 211
OCAlA, FLORIDA

' blank whether he is an idiot. They
ask him other things, too, things
that would bring a blush to the dam dam-.
. dam-. ask cheek of a horse dragon. It is
all very well to ask women questions
of this kind. They don't mind. But
I men do mind. And fancy asking a
j man who is about to be married
j whether he is an idiot. Would he be
' there at all if he were not an idiot?
! Probably he does not know it. Idiots
1 never do. But all his married friends

have fold him so.
How long will men put up with
this sort of thing? It has always
taken a good deal of courage to be

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OCALA, FLORIDA

Thos A. Edison, who is ill at his
home in West Orange, X. J., has been
ordered by his physician never to
take another vacation, and has been
ordered to remain away from his
laboratory for another two weeks to
recuperate from his recent fortnight
in New England. This was Mr. Ed Edison's
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J. G. PURYTS
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OCALA, FLORIDA

iurally incident to that holy but mel mel-I
I mel-I ahcholy state. But if henceforth we
: can get married only by purchased
- I permission of the quack doctor, thru
j disgusting formulas of the quack
i clergymen, and with the baton of .the
! policeman flourished before our eyes
i we may well look a little extra long
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sex hygene laws, and all other filthy
nostrums of our modern social re reformer.
former. reformer. And there is nothing that

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JOSEPn BELL
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Office Second Floor Munroe
Chambliss Bank Building
OCALA, FLORIDA

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John Taylor and G. S. Scott,
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city Tuesday, enroute to Umatilla.
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AUTHOR "tlARClA SCHUYLER," "PHOrBf DEAliE"
"dawn or thc morning etc.
ILLUSTRATIONS 6y- 7tX UAXK
- sxiii ana insignt into sucn maladies.
"We went abroad then, and every- "At New York my cousin Richard
where Uncle amused himself by put- i rnet us and literally took possession
ting me under the best music masters, of us. Without my knowledge, the

and giving me all possible advantages

in languages, literature, and art.

cruel-looking doctor was included In
the rarty. I did not discover it until

Three years ago he died at Carlsbad, t we were on train bound l sup i
and after his death I went back to my ; pOSed. for my old home just beyond
music studies, following his wishes in j Buffalo. It was some time since I
the matter, and staying with a dear t had Wn in Kp Ynrk T ntnrallv

old lady in Vienna, who had been kind
to us when we were there before.
"As soon rs my uncle's death was
known at home, Richard wrote the
most pathetic letter to me, professing
deep contrition, and saying he could
never forgive himself for having quar quarreled
reled quarreled with his dear uncle. He had a
sad tale of how the business that he
had started had failed and left him
with debts. If he had only a few hun hundred
dred hundred dollars, he could go on with it

and pay off everything. He said I had j ciety.

inherited all that would have been his
if lie had done right, and he recog-
nized the justice of it, but begged that j
I would lend him a small sum until he j
could get on his feet, when he would
repay me.

"I had little faith in his reformation,
but felt as if I could not refuse him
when I was enjoying what might have
been his, so I sent him all the money

did not notice much which way we
were going. The fact was, every plan
was anticipated, and I was told that
all arrangements had been made. Mrs.
Chambray began to treat me like a
little child and say: You see, we are
going to take good care of you, dear,
so don't worry about a thing."
"I had taken the drawing-room com compartment,
partment, compartment, not so much because I had
a headache, as I told them, as because

I wanted to get away from their so- ;

My cousin's marked devotion

became painful to me. Then, too, the
attentions and constant watchfulness
of the disagreeable aoctor became
most distasteful.
"We had been sitting on the ob observation
servation observation platform, and it was late in
the afternoon, when I said I was going
to lie down, and the two men got up to ;
go into the smoker. In spite of my

protests, Mrs. Chambray insisted upon

I had at hand. As I was not yet of j following me in, to see that I was per- j
age.. I could not control all the prop- j fectiy comfortable. She fussed around
erty, but my allowance was liberal, j raef covering me up and offering smell- I
Richard continued to send me volum- in saits and eau de coiogne for my
inous letters, telling of his changed head. j let her fuss thinking that was
life, and finally asked me to marry : the quiCkest way to get rid of her. I
him. r declined emphatically, but he j ciosed my eyes, and she said she
continued to write for money, always wouii go out to tne observation plat-
ending with a statement of his undy- j form. 1 lay still for awhile, thinking I
ing affection. In disgust, I at last about her and how much I wanted to ;
offered to send him a certain sum of j get rid of her She acted as if she
money regularly if he would stop had been enjraeed to stav with me for-

writing to me on this subject, and fin- ; evei.f and it suddenly became very

ally succeeded m reducing our corre- plain to me tnat T ought to have a
spondence to a check account. This j talk with her and tell her tnat x should
has been going on for three years, ex- j need her services no longer after this
cept that he has been constantly ask-; journey was over. It might make a
ing for larger sums, and whenever I difference to her if she knew it at
would say that I could not spare j once! and perhaps now would be as
more just then he would begin telling j good a time to talk as any for sne was
me how much he cared for me, and J nmhablv alone out on the nlatform. I

how hard it was for him to be separat- j
ed from me. I began to feel desperate
about him, and made up my mind that I
when I received the inheritance I i
should ask the lawyers to make some I
arrangement with him by which I j
should no longer be annoyed.
"It was necessary for me to return
to America when I came of age, in
order to sign certain papers and take j
full charge of the property. Richard
knew this. He seems to have had some I
way of finding out everything my j
Uncle did.

got up and made a few little changes ;
in my dress, for it would soon be time
to go into the dining-car. Then I went 1
out to the observation platform, but ;
she was not there. The chairs were j
all empty, so I chose the one next to J
the railing, away from the car door, j
and sat down to wait for her, think-"j
ing we would soon be back.
"We were going so fast, through
a pretty bit of country. It was dusky
and restful out there, so I leaned back i
and closed my eyes. Presently I j

"He wrote telling me of a dear j rumble of the train, and, peeping J

iriena or nis moiner, wno sas soon io around the d0Orway, I saw Mrs. Cham

pass mrougn lenna, ana wno Dy

some misfortune had been deprived of ;
a position as companion and chaperon j
to a young girl who was traveling. He j
said it had occurred to him that per-1
haps he could serve us botli by sat,-
gesting to me that she be my traveling j
companion on the voyage. He knew
I would not want to travel alone, and j
he sent her address and all sorts of ;
credentials, with a message from his :
mother that she would feel perfectly j
safe about me if I went in this worn- j

an's guardianship.
"I really did need a traveling com companion,
panion, companion, of course, having failed to get
my dear old lady to undertake the
voyage, so I thought it could do no

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harm. I went to see her, and found
her pretty and frail and sad. She made
a piteous appeal to me, and though I
was not greatly taken with her, I de decided
cided decided she would do as well as any one
for a companion.
"She did not bother me during the
voyage, but fluttered about and was
quite popular on board, especially with
a tall, disagreeable man with a cruel
Jaw and small eyes, who always made
me feel as if he would gloat over any
one in his power. I found out that he
was a physician, a specialist in mental
diseases, so Mrs. Chambray told me.

bray, Richard, and the doctor coming
from the other car. I kept quiet, hop hoping
ing hoping they would not come out, and they
did not. They settled down near the
door, and ordered the porter to put
up a table for them to play cards.
"The train began to slow down, and
finally came to halt for a longer time

i on a sidetrack, waiting for another
train to pass. I heard Richard ask
i where I was. Mrs. Chambray said
j laughingly that I was safely asleep.
Then, before I realized it, they began
to talk about me. It happened there
! were no other passengers in the car.
i Richard asked Mrs. Chambray if she

thought I had any suspicion that I was
not on the right train, and she said,
'Not the slightest,' and then by de degrees
grees degrees there floated to me through the
open door the most diabolical plot I
had ever heard of. I gathered from it
that we were on the way to Philadel Philadelphia,
phia, Philadelphia, would reach there in a little
while, and would then proceed to a
place near Washington, where the doc doctor
tor doctor had a private insane asylum, and
where I was to be shut up. They were
going to administer some drug that
would make me unconscious when I
was taken off the train. If they could
not get me to take it for the headache
I had talked about, Mrs. Chambray
was to manage to get it into my food
or give it to me when asleep. Mrs.
Chambray, it Beems, had not known
the entire plot before leaving Europe,
and this was their first chance of tell telling
ing telling her. They thought I was safely in

i my compartment, asleep, and she had

gone into the other car to give the sig signal
nal signal as soon as she thought she had me
where I would not get up again for a
while.
"They had arranged every detail.
Richard had been using as models the
letters I had written him for the last
three years, and had constructed a set
of love letters from me to him, in per perfect
fect perfect imitation of my handwriting.
They compared the letters and read
snatches of the sentences aloud. The
letters referred constantly to our be being
ing being married as soon as I should return
from abroad, and some of them spoke
of the money as belonging to us both,
and that now it would come to its own
without anv further trouble

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THE OCALA EVEXLXG STAR, 'TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1913

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

Si

UcBrayer-McCIure ""-,

'here was solemnized this after-

which is of special interest to the
society contingent of -Ocala, as the
bride is the vivacious Miss Ethel Mc Mc-Clure,
Clure, Mc-Clure, who with .her. sister. Miss Lola
-McClure, were zuet.fs of their sister,
Mrs. Bunyan jtepliens, and were
numbered am(Mrie most popular
visitors in the citylast winter.
Miss McClure wis married to Mr.
Watt Hardin McBfayer, a prominent
young lawyer 6f Middlesboro, Ky.
The wedding was beautiful in its

leraay anernoon. ine nour and a

half spent was very pleasant and was
concluded with a daintv refreshment

! course.

J
I Surprise Party for Mrs. Graham
The Ocala friends of Mrs. Graham,
formerly Miss Sarah McCreery, will
read with interest the following tak tak-;n
;n tak-;n from the Tampa Times:
The Philathea class of the Tampa
Heights Presbyterian church gave

Mrs. S. Graham a very nleasant

urprise Friday afternoon, by calling

er in a body and presenting her

simplicity, very quiet and occurred at a lovely cut glass berry set,, which

the home of the bride's parents, MrJ

surpr
on ht

will be a prized gift. Mrs. Graham

and Mrs. Francis Marion McClarerat i has been the teacher of this class for

5 o'clock, the bride cbTooslng-ftnHisr
wedding day the fifth anniversary of
her sister, Mrs. Stevens marriage.
The bride fore a coat suit of brown
with assessories to match" and a
handsome lace waist. Immediately
after the ceremony the young couple
left for Chicago for a short trip, aft after
er after which they will go to Middlesboro
to reside. Their host of Ocala friends
join with those ofiKentucky in wish-

ing them a happyjmarried life.
Miss Wilson to Ix'a November Bride
With the announcement that the
wedding o Miss Jessie Wilson and
Mr. FrancLs B. Sayre of New York
will take place at tho White House
on thc afternoon of Tuesday, Xov.

25th, society throughout the country

will anxiously watch de Jtopmentsjaf

ine most iii.ortant American ywea ywea-ding
ding ywea-ding of the early winter. AJtliough
simplicity has been the keynote of
the entertaining at the 4xecutiye
mansion thus far in the present re regime,
gime, regime, President and Mrs. Vilson

have consented to have plans made

for an elaborate wedding for thei

daughter and Mr. Sayre. The plans

uave nui ei uecn maut; jjuuiiu, uui
alterations, decorating and refur refurnishing,
nishing, refurnishing, going on all summer, have
transformed the White House, and
the wedding will have a wonderously

beautiful sett

Mr. H. M. HamptoWand family,

who have been in Greojrgia for some
time, are now at Looktmt Mountain.

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lenn.. enioving themselves ver:

mucn.

Misses JiftthleenTJacy and' Julia

ates of Sarasota, came up bunaay

afternoon and stopped over till yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon With Miss Erin
Yonge. Miss Yonge visited these
young ladies several weeks ago.
They are on their way to Blackston,
Va., to enter the Blackston Female
College. When they go home for the
holidays Miss Yonge is to join them
and spend the vacation with them.
.
Mrs. J. Flatten Howard and child children
ren children who are the guests of Miss Willie
Barkaloo, in Brunswick, Ga., spent
Saturday on St. Simon's Island. Me Metropolis.
tropolis. Metropolis. Mr. and Mrs. Howard resided at
Silver Springs for several years.
m
Mrs. A. J. Brigance has been ill
for the past week at her home in the
second ward.
Mr. and Mrs. John DozieV went to
Daytona Beach today to spend a
week at the Seaside Inn, and enjoy
the fishing from the ocean pier.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hansbrough
and Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Jackson of
Tampa are expected to arrive today
and will be the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. E. H. Mote at Karap Kumfort,
on Treasure Island for two weeks.
Leesburg Commercial.
Mr. Hansbrough is a brother of
Mrs. William Hocker of Ocala and
Mrs. Jackson was formerly Miss
Lutie Mote Hansbrough and has fre frequently
quently frequently been an admired visitor in
Ocala.
Mrs. J. B. Cason returned to her
home at Wildwood today after a few
days visit with Mrs. B. F. Borden.
Miss Hallie Ley has gone to Tampa
to visit her sister, Mrs. Alexander.
It was with Mrs. J. M. Luckie that
the Methodist sewing circle met yes-

several winters and is greatly belov beloved
ed beloved by the girls.
A pleasant afternoon was passed,
all admiring the many handsome
wedding gifts Judge and Mrs. Gra Graham
ham Graham have received and their pleasant
home on the corner of Oak avenue
and Morgan street. Light refresh refreshments
ments refreshments were served during the after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Miss Rhoda McCdlsky, one of
Gainesville's charming young ladies,
arrived last night for a visit to her
sister, Mrs. John Boisseau.
Miss Ella Bogie returned last
night from a visit to Miss; Frances

Young aLJnvtmreS

weeks, has resigned and accepted a
position as head saleslady in the
leading store at Winter Garden.
Mrs. George MacKay and son, Mr.
George MacKay, will leave Sunday
morning for Boston, Mass. Mr. Mac MacKay
Kay MacKay goes to resume his studies at
Boston Tech., and Mrs. MacKay,aft MacKay,aft-eF
eF MacKay,aft-eF a short stay in Boston, will go to
Xew York to visit her brother.
Mr. and Mrs. James Taylor and
little daughter, Martha, are planning
to go to Daytona Beach for a stay of
two weeks.
Mrs. C. B. VanDeman is expected
in Ocala at an early date to visit her
sister. Mrs. W. W. Harriss. Mrs.
VanDeman is now at Vineyard, Mass.
Mrs. Walter Hood will have as her
guest until tomorrow, Mrs. Frank
Teague, who came up from her home
at Lady Lake yesterday.
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Mrs. C. C. Bryant has as her
guests her sister, Miss Lillian Farris
of North Carolina and "Miss Addie
Bailey of San Mateo, who were pres present
ent present at the Weigiel-Farris wedding.

WEIGIEL-FAIUIIS

Misses Donnie and Willie Procto

of Eureka, after a visit to their

Ocala relatives left this morning,
Miss Donnie Jt or Romeo and Miss
Willie for BartovT The young ladies
are accompish'd' teachers, and will
have positidnsv'in the schools at

Romeo and Bartow this term:-

Our Fresh Roasted
COFFEE
25c, 35c, 40c per Pound
Florida Tomatoes, large size.... 10c
Fla. Tomatoes, small size 3 for 23c
Block's Crackers, 6 5c. pkgs for 23c
Block's Crackers, 3 10c pkgs. for 25c
Carn-Tltomas Co.
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Trsr-EinTerDeCamp, who has, been

.visiting relatives in Connecticut-for

the past month, sailed from New"
York for home today. She is expect expected
ed expected in Ocala Sunday.

Miss Omera Holloway will arrive
night from Tallahassee for a short

vfsit with Miss Josie Bullock. Miss
Holloway is on her way to Daytona,

lere she will teach this winter.

Dr. and Mrs. E. Van Hood and
Miss Marguerite Porter arrived home
last night at 9 o'clock. They took

dinner Sunday and spent the night
at White Sulphur Springs and left
ther;e early Monday morning for
home. They had a most delightful

trip all the way through Georgia
from Tennessee.
The friends here of Mr. John Pat Patten
ten Patten Hyman, especially his school schoolmates,
mates, schoolmates, were pleased to see his pic picture
ture picture adorning the firing line columns
in the Times-Union Sunday, with the
following complimentary notice be beneath
neath beneath it: 1
Mr. John Hyman is one of those
wide-awake, aggressive salesmen,
who, after making a friend of or
gaining the confidence of a customer,
never loses it, for there is nothing
trivial about him; it is a matter of
business from the shoulder, and
that all the time.
Mr. and Mrs. Mason Tison have
returned from their wedding trip.
Miss Alice Sexton left this after afternoon
noon afternoon for Jacksonville, where she will
be the guest of Miss Elizabeth Mc McDonald.
Donald. McDonald. Miss Catherine Livingston leaves
Friday for Birmingham, where she
will attend school during the coming
winter.
Mrs. George Rentz and children ar arrived
rived arrived home this afternoon from
Asheville, X. C, where they have
spent the summer delightfully.
Miss Jessie Boone, after a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant visit of several weeks, with Miss
Ruth Boney, returned to her home Jn
Jacksonville this afternoon.
Mrs. B. B. Barco and two children,
after a visit to relatives in Ocala and
in the county, left on the noon Sea Seaboard
board Seaboard for their home in the southern
part of the state.
Mr. LaGrange Sistrunk is in the
city for a few days visit with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk,
coining down this afternoon from
Atlanta.
Dr. and Mrs. C. B. Aver moved
yesterday from Mr. and Mrs. C. L.
Gamsby's cottage into one of Miss
Meta Jewett's new houses.
Mrs. L. M. Gibson and little boy
returned from Seabreeze today.
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Miss Alva Gates, who has been in
he ladies' ready-to-wear department
at Frank's store for the last few

-' Sunday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock,
Mr. William vWeigiel of St. Augustine
and Miss Bertha Farris of Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville wereuietly'niafrled at the res residence
idence residence of the bride's sifter, Mrs. C.
C. Bryant, of this dp'. Rev. J. B.
Ley officiating. Mr. Bryant, brother-

in-law of the bride, gave the bride

away. (

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white crepe de chne dress made in
draped effect. Hey traveling costume
was a plaid coat suit, which was very
becoming. Mr. and Mrs. Weigiel
left for Washington, D. C, Niagara
alls and other points of interest,
""hey will be ay home to their friends
in Jacksonville after Dec. 1st. Mr.

AVeigiel is a conductor on the Flor

al ida East Coast Railway between

Jacksonville and Miami.
The out ot town guests present
were Miss tdllian Farris of XortX
Carolina anfl Miss Addie Baileyof
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Representative is here 15, 16, and 17.

Come and see the latest and most exclusive styles

and patterns.

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Center Hill Item in Bushnell Tim Times:
es: Times: Thursday afternoon, Sept. 4th,
at the home of Mr .and Mrs. F. D.
Smith, Miss Docia Hooten became
the bride of Mr. G. Moody Sapp.
The bride is the youngest daughter
of Mr. Robert Hooten, and is a
young lady of rare personal charms
and attractive manners. The groom
is one of- Center Hill's prosperous
farmers.

The Store of Quality

(Q)caHa

Breakfast Foods
Quaker Rolled Oats
Puffed Rice
Puffed Wheat
Puffed Corn
Kellog's Toasted Corn
Flakes
Post Toasties
Cream of Wheat
Grape Nuts
Shredded Wheat Biscuit
0. K. TEA-POT
GROCERY
OCALA FLA.

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POST3LASTKU EXAMINATION

Luckie's
Garage.
I have just opened up my new
garage on North Main street, and
solicit a share of the patronage of
?ar owners in Ocala and surrounding
territory. The repair department
is prepared to do all kinds of auto automobile
mobile automobile repairing on short notice.
Xone but first-class workmen em employed,
ployed, employed, and therefore, I am in po position
sition position to guarantee every job that
leaves the place. Rates will be found
reasonable as high-class workman workmanship
ship workmanship and good material can be fur furnished
nished furnished GIVE 3IE A TRIAL

, The United States Civil Service
Commission announces that Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, Oct. 11, an examination will be
held at Lowell, Fla., as a result of
which it is expected to make certifi certification
cation certification to fill a contemplated vacancy
in the position of fourth-class post postmaster.
master. postmaster. Application forms and full
information concerning the require requirements
ments requirements of the examination can be se secured
cured secured from the postmaster at Lowell
and the local secretary at Ocala, or
from the U. S. Civil Service Commis Commission,
sion, Commission, Washington, D. C.

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DOX'T LET IJACV SUFFEll WITH
ECZEMA AXI) SKIX ERUPTIOXS

Babies neec a perfect skin-cover

ing,
only
their
EMA

Skin eruptions cause them not
intense suffering, but hinder
growth. DR. HOBSOX'S ECZ ECZ-OIXTMEXT
OIXTMEXT ECZ-OIXTMEXT can be relied on

for relief and permanent cure of suf suf-Tering
Tering suf-Tering babies whose skin eruptions
have made their life miserable. "Our
baby was afflicted with breaking out
of the skin all over tbe face and
scalp. Doctors and skin specialists
failed to help. We tried Dr. Hobson's
Eczema Ointment and were overjoy overjoyed
ed overjoyed 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

Jacksonville's Finest
AND
Florida's Largest and Best Year
Round Hotel
The Hotel you take your Mother, Wife or Sister to
Home Hotel of the State
RATES
European Plan $1.50 Per Day and Upward
A. M. Wilson. Thos. M. Wilson,
ASST. MGR. PROP. AND MGR.
Jacksonville, Florida

XOTICK OF SPECIAL KLKCTIOX

T. C. Luckie,
Proprietor
Building formerly occupied by .Idea
Theater.

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
fhe unexpired term of Dr. J. W.
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.,
H. H. Whetstone and Chas. H. Math Mathews
ews Mathews as inspectors, and E. E. Robia Robia-son
son Robia-son 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. 1912. J. D. Robertson,
Attest: Mayor.
H. C. Sistrunk, City Clerk.

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NEW BUILDING.

Get fny prices on that new Bungalow, Cottage, Residence or

Store, Office Building or School House. 3Iy prices are Bight, my

Work Guaranteed.

CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER

p. o. n.x r.-,o

If I do it, it's don- Right."

OCALA, FLA.

No. Six-Sixty-Six
This is a prescription prepared especiallj
for MALARIA or CHILLS 4. rZVER
Five or six doses will break any case, snl
if taken then as a tonic the Fever will no
return. It acts on the liver better thai
Calomel and does not gripe or sicken. 25

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"We have Just received a carload of the Famous SOUTHERN Wire?
Fencing, Staples and Hay Wire and are In position to make you some.
attractive prices on It. We are the'only dealers in this section of they
country that handle this brand of fence and have demonstrated In the
past that it Is absolutely the.be!t and strongest fence on the market,
and running it as we have In competition with many Inferior grades'
of wire fence. We have had some phenomenal sales on it andX

ade many friends and customers.. Give us your order. If the good J

don't make good we wllL

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CASH ONLY

Any article in our store regardless
of cost and without Reserve for

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PROVIDED, you buy another (differ (different)
ent) (different) article of equal value at the
same time.
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 8 P. M.
ONLY ONE SUCH SALE TO A
CUSTOMER i

On this day only, all
children under 15 years
of age, who are accom accompanied
panied accompanied by parents or rel relativeswill
ativeswill relativeswill be served Free.
Remember, children,
anything you want at the
Fountain Thursday,

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BARGAINS

That will make this the
Banner Day in the
entire history of
our Store.

FES E E i

if you bring your parents
with you.

All Day Specials.
CASH ONLY.
Any Knife in our store for. . .113c
Provided you buy a Razor of equal
value at the same time.
Any pair of Scissors for 25c
Provided you buy a Knife of equal

value at the same time.

Fellow Countrymen: What does
the word "Prohibition" mean? Does
not it mean to prohibit? Prohibit
means forbid, prevent, preclude.

I say prohibition and liberty are
as incompatible asoil and water, and
to place the word prohibition on our
statute books, a principle on which to
operate our noble government, means
to destroy the value of public or per personal
sonal personal liberty, and tends to obliterate
the stars and stripes from our Amer American
ican American flag which as it stands bespeaks
independence to every American citi citizen.
zen. citizen. We the citizens of these United
States were blessed with the virtue,
the fortitude and the perseverance
to achieve our independence as a na-

ftion and as I see it, it behooves each

and every one of us to, as American
citizens, cast our vote as we please,
remembering the fact that prohibi prohibition
tion prohibition means as a monarchy pleases,

hand if by our own acts we fall into a!

monarchial government then sure a
despotism will follow.
Then we can only look back as the
fellow does who allowed his fire pol policy
icy policy to lapse, and the despotic flames
have consumed, saying, "Oh, if I had
kept it up!"
" So friend in any issue which con confronts
fronts confronts us let us protect our liberty,
by keeping up the policy.
I am an observer.
"Washington."
(Advertisement)

Dodson's Liver Tone Livens Up the
Liver Is More Than a Mere
Laxative
Calomel was for years the only
known medicine that would stimu stimulate
late stimulate the liver. But calomel is often
dangerous, and people are not to be,
blamed for being afraid of it.
Within the last few years many
medicines have been put out to be
used instead of calomel, but their ef effect
fect effect is on the bowels-r-not on the
liver. The Court Pharmacy says
that the only real liver medicine to

actually take the place of calomel Is'
Dodson's Liver Tone, a mild, harm harmless,
less, harmless, vegetable liquid that the Court
Pharmacy recommends to take the
place of calomel and which gives
prompt relief in cases of constipa constipation,
tion, constipation, biliousness and sluggish liver.
So confident is the Court Phar Pharmacy
macy Pharmacy that it gives its personal guar guarantee
antee guarantee with every 50-cent bottle of

Dodson's Liver Tone. You can be
sure that you are getting Dodson's
by asking at this store if they are
giving you the medicine they per personally
sonally personally guarantee to refund money
on if unsatisfactory. Ad. 25

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"The Store Accommodating

JLL iJiLiiSLLiJ. it J.U.CL-L. C

501 South Main

Phone 269

The Lake City Steam Laundry be began
gan began business last Monday. Mr. A. W.
DeCamp, the proprietor, invites the
citizens of Lake City to call and in inspect
spect inspect his plant. It is equipped with
modern machinery and Mr. DeCamp
promises to do work of the very

highest class. The new laundry fills
a long felt want in the business in

terests of Lake City and being a
home institution, employing a num number
ber number of people should receive the pat patronage
ronage patronage of everybody. Lake City Index.

dosing : .Out

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Meifs Suits
AND
Pants

Mr. J. J. Caruthers and wife left

Fridav with their daughter. Winnie,

for Ocala. where Miss Winnie will

have an operation on her throat. -Coleman
Item in Bushnell Times.

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Woodmar Sand & Stone Company

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land, Crushed Rock

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Cemeiif;Blocks
Phone 331
Plant and Office North Main St.
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UNCLASSiFiED ADS
Lost, Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Needs
FOR SALE Two choice corner

widow who has lands or business to

te looked after. Address "Adver

tiser," care Terrell Land Co., Redell,

Fla. 9-15-2t

MONEY WANTED $3000 wanted

on gilt-edged real estate security.

Address. Money, care Star. 9-6-4t

lots, east Oklawaha avenue,
gain. Apply at Star office.

Big bar-, SITUATION WANTED Bv an

8 28-tf jable-bodied and intelligent man, abl

. and willing to do any work. Has

bALbA brand new vlslbleibeen in the sawmill business and

um .familiar with machinery, and will

ucaia; two well drilling machines, take any position offering a fair re

one norse ana new set or horness

Terms if desired. Address, C. T.
Hodges at Waterman's store, Ocala,
Fla. S-19-lm

MOTEL CHURCHILL
Broadway and 14th street. Union Square.
NEW YORK.

FOR SALE A small cottage, good
location; cash and time; bargain if
taken quick. Address, Cottage care
the Star. 9-6-6t

muneration.
Ocala, Fla.

Address,
9-10-tf

Box ISO

MULbJS. iuk Kr.M A six-room
house near high school, $12:50 per

month. Apply to H. P. Bitting at

Tydings' drugstore. 9-13-3td

Clean, Comfortable, Convenient and
. Home Like Hotel, on the Amer American
ican American and European Plans.

American Plan, $2 per day and up.
European Plan, $1 per day and
up. Special Weekly Kates.

CHURCHILL & COMPANY.

9-5-2m

George Giles,

. J.-.X. Wiley,

President Vice-President
A St. George Richardson, Assistant Cashier,

Frank P. Gadson,
Cashier

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Capital $25,000.00.
Do a General Banking Business, and Solicit the Patronage
of the Public
Metropolitan Building South Magnolia S t
Ocala, Florida

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
iness need apply. R. J. Rivers,

Ocala, Fla. 9-l-12t

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

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 Six room cottage
with bath, etc., corner Watula and
South Seventh streets. Apply at
Southern Express Office. 9 4-tf

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

FOR RENT Four furnished

rooms for light housekeeping, two
blocks from courthouse. Apply at
206 N; Main street, or call for Mc-

Lucas at Williams' barber shop

Ocala House. 9-ll-6t

FOR RENT Upstairs furnished

for light housekeeping, consisting of

three rooms and bath; city and cis

tern water. Mrs. P. H. Gillen, No

1 S. 5th St. 9-10-6t

W. 0. BLANGHARD
. CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
PLANS FURNISHED
ON APPLICATION
P. O. BOX 46 OCALA. FLA

STRENGTHEN WEAK KIDNEYS

Don't suffer long with weak kid-
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neys. ion can get prompt reuei u

taking Electric Bitters, that wonder-

ul remedy, praised by women every

where. Start with a bottle today,

you will soon feel like a new woman

with ambition to work, without fear

of pain. Mr. John Dowling ot ban

Francisco, writes: "Gratitude ror

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 or biliousness. Price
50 cents and $1. Sold by Tydings &
Co. adv.

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Pants ?
If you do they should always
be spotless and nicely pressed.
Pressing and cleaning is our
business. Call phone twenty twenty-one.
one. twenty-one. D0DS0N & RENTZ.
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Of Kirs. Chappell, of Five Years'
Standing, Relieved hy Cardni.

Mt. Airy, N. C Mrs. Sarah M. Chap-
fell of this town, says: "I suffered for
ive years with womanly troubles, also
stomach troubles, and my punishment
was more than any one could tell.
I tried most every kind of medicine,
but none did me any good.
I read one day about Cardui, the wo woman's
man's woman's tonic, and 1 decided to try it. I
had not taken but about six bottles until

1 was almost cured. It did me more

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Regular Price.

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TORE

We can save you money on your
Furniture and Household Furnish-

good than all the other medicines 1 had ing purchases. A large stock of both
tried, put together. inew and second-hand furnitur.

My friends began asking me why I, We make a specialty cr the IN

STALLMENT BUSINESS, und can

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-S-4t

WANTED By an educated man,
past middle age. single, sober and
honest, a position of trust with a

Call Phone 267

Ocala Meat Market
when you want First-class

Fresh Meat, Fish or Vege

tables. 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.

G. C. SHEPHARD,

DENTIST.

Holder Block, Rooms 9 and 10.

looked so well, and 1 told them about

Cardui. Several are now taking it."
Do you, lady reader, suffer from any
of the ailments due to womanly trouble,
such as headache, backache, sideache,
sleeplessness, and that everlastingly tired
feeling?
If so, let us urge you to give Cardui a
trial. We feel confident it will help you,
just as it has a million other women in
the past half century.
Begin taking Cardui to-day. You
won't regret it All druggists.
Write Chattanooja Medicine Co. Ladies'
Adrisory Dept.. Chattanooga. Ter.n.. for Stcil
Instruction on year case and 64-paje boolr. "Home
Treatment for Women. in plain wrapper. W.C 124

make you low prices and easy terms.
Try our method, you will like It.
Serond-Ifand Furniture Iiought at
Highest Market Price.

PHONE 250.

L. ALEXANDER,
PRACTICAL
Carpenter and Builder.
Careful Estimates Made on All Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives more, and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.

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The Success Furniture
Company,
IJetween Market and Laundry
Phone 481. OCALA. FLA,
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THE OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, SEPTE3ICEII 16, 1913
CANDLER
Th'I
Candler, Sept. 13. Captain De De-Young
Young De-Young and his son-in -law, John
Matthews, left Sunday noon" for a
two weeks' absence in Chattanooga,
Tenn., and different points "among
relatives in Illinois.
Mr. Flemming has purchased
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from Mrs. Galloway the lot and pret pretty
ty pretty residence situated on Eden Gor Gordon
don Gordon Lake, which was originally the
Sinclair property.
John Driver is sustaining a broken
arm since Thursday.
Dr. A. Belcher has the lumber in
place for a store room which is to be
erected in the near future, on the lot
south of Capt. DeYoung's packing
house, and west of the present post post-office.
office. post-office. Mr. John Matthews, while mowing

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BOTTLED ONLY AT THE BREWERY
BY DIRECT PIPE LINE,
UNDER GOVERNMENT SUPERVISION

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Schlitz Brown Bottle is your
safeguard against impure beer,
for light starts decay even in
pure beer.
Note the warning of the Fisher
Brewing Co. on the case cover
reproduced above, that beer in
white bottles should never be
exposed to light.
Get Schlitz in Brown Bottles
and be sure.

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Telephone 37
The Carmichael & Sons Co.
116 N. Magnolia Street
Ocala, Fla.

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hay one day last week, mowed off the (
head of a huge rattle snake. The
reptile possessed eleven rattles and j
was near the spot where Mr. Mat-;
thew's killed its six foot companion!
a few days previous to this encoun-i
ter. I
Mr. Albert McClain has returned'
from Pass-a-Grill, where he accom-j
paniei Mrs. McClain last Tuesday
Mrs. McClain will remain for an in-1
definite time enjoying the cool sea
breeze. j
Miss Catherine Caul, who has been
in Ocala for the past two months, :
stopped over for a few days last

week, enroute to Lakeland for an in indefinite
definite indefinite stay.
Mr. Thomas Pritchett, of Inver Inverness,
ness, Inverness, spent the week-end with; his
mother and brother George.
Rev. Edwards of the state Presby Presbyterian
terian Presbyterian board, preached to an appre appreciative
ciative appreciative audience in the Presbyterian
church Sunday evening.
Capt. Russell came up from Lake
Weir one day last week for a brief

visit between trains interview with
friends.

HOW'S THIS?

We offer one hundred dollars re reward
ward reward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure.
P. J. Chenev & Co., Toledo, O.
We the undersigned have known

F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, i

an 1 believe him perfectly nonorame
in all business transactions and fin financially
ancially financially able to carry out any obli obligations
gations obligations made by his Prm. National
Bank of Commerce, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in internally,
ternally, internally, acting directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the

sytem. Testimonials sent free. Price
75 cents per bottle. Sold by all drug
stores.

Take Hall's Family Pills for eon-'

stipation. adv

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Phone IOS

FRESH MEATS

Conservatism.
Conservatism is often nothing but
mental or moral inertia, and meas measures
ures measures one's unwillingness -to readjust
his living or his thinking to a new
fact or a new idea. . Selfishness
love has been completely enthroned,
in the individual, or in society, until
love has been competely enthroned.
It is at this point that the religious
element enters in as essential to the
realization of our social ideal. Dr.
Josiah Strong in "Our World; The
New World Life."

Where Shall 1 Go To School ?

UNIVERSITY OP FLORIDA
Gainesville
STANDS FOR BEST DEVELOPMENT
OF BODY, MIND AND SPIRIT OF
YOUNG MEN. 8 COLLEGES and Divis Divisions;
ions; Divisions; LIBERAL ARTS; LAW; ENGI ENGINEERING;
NEERING; ENGINEERING; AGRICULTURE: TEACH TEACHERS'
ERS' TEACHERS' COLLEGE; EXPERIMENT STA STATION;
TION; STATION; EXTENSION DIVISION; GRAD GRADUATE
UATE GRADUATE SCHOOL 10 new brick build buildings,,
ings,, buildings,, besides gymnasium, swimming
pool and many subsidiary buildings. 61
In faculty and officers. 322 young men
from 45 Florida counties, and 21 states
and foreign countries last session.
TUITION FREE. BOARD AND EN ENTRANCE
TRANCE ENTRANCE FEES. $132.50 per year. Write
today for catalogue.
7-24-rf A. SII KPHREE, President.

STATE COLLEGE FOR WOMEN
Tallahassee
College of Arts and Sciences, Normal
School with Kindergarten Department
School of Music, School of Art, School
of Expression, Home Economics with
Extension Division Beautiful location
beautiful buildings and first-class
equipmer. throughout, including gym gymnasium
nasium gymnasium and swimming pool. Forty Forty-two
two Forty-two members of the faculty and othei
officers. Four hundred and thirteer
students from forty-five Florida coun counties
ties counties and ten states.
TUITION FREE. BOARD AND EN ENTRANCE
TRANCE ENTRANCE FEES. $124 per year. Fo
information address,
HOWARD roURADr, Prenldeat

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She "And that scar, major. Did

you get it during an engagement?"
He (absently) "No; the first week o
our lionej moon!"

A TEXAS WONDER
The Texas Wonder cures kidney
and bladder troubles, dissolves grav gravel,
el, gravel, cures diabetes, weak and lame
backs, rheumatism, and all irregular irregularities
ities irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in
both men and women. Regulates
bladder troubles in children. If not
sold by your druggist, will be sent
by mail on receipt of $1. One small
bottle is two months' treatment, and
seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send
for testimonials from this and other
states. Dr. E. W. Hall. 2926 Olive St..
St. Louis, Mo. Sold by druggists. Ad

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Going the Pace.
Going through life at sixty miles
an hour lands a man at his destina destination
tion destination many years sooner if he travels
in an automobila

Mother's Friend
in Every Home
Comfort and Safety Assured Before
the Arrival of the Stork.

4 Trails from tie West
VIA
Atlantic Coast Line
Dixie Flyer", "Seminole Limited", "South Atlantic Lim
ited" Montgomery Route, through Pullman Cars from
Chicago, St. Louis, Cincinatti, Indianapolis, Grand Rapids
Cleveland, Louisville, Nashville, Atlanta and Birmingham
to Jacksonville.
Ointragj Cap Service
For information call on M. R. WILLIAMS.
J. G. KIRKLAND, Ticket Agent Ocala, Fla.
Dlvls on Passengei Agent, Tampa, Fla.

The old saying what I3 home -iihont
a mother should add "Mother's Friend."
In thousands of American homes there
Is a bottle of this splendid and famous rem remedy
edy remedy that has aided many a woman througa
the trying ordeal, saved her from suffering
and pain, kept her in health of mind and
body in advance of baby's coming and had
a most wonderful Influence in developing a
herlthy, lovely disposition In the child.
There is no other remedy so truly a help
to nature as Mother's Friend. It relieves
the pain and discomfort caused by the
strain on the ligaments, makes pliant those
fibres and muscles which nature Is expand expanding
ing expanding and soothes the inflammation of breast
glands.
Mother's Friend Is an external remedy,
acts Ruickly and not only banishes all dis distress
tress distress in advance, but assures a speedy aedf
complete recovery far the mother. Thus
she becomes a healthy woman with all her
strength preserved to t&oronzhly enjoy tie
rearing of her child. Mother's Friend can
be had at any drug store at fl.OO a bottl,
and is really one of the greatest blessings
ever discovered for expectant mothers.
"Write to Bradfield Regulator Co.. 123
Lamar BIdg., Atlanta, fia., for theft- free
book. Write to-day. It ia mo&t instructive.

Try a Star Want Ad. It I 'AYS

DO YOU FKAll CONSUMPTION?
Xo matter how chronic 5-our 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 Mali Mali-chite,
chite, Mali-chite, 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 money refunded
f it fails to benefit you. The best
home remedy for coughs, colds and
ung troubles.. Price 50 cents and
$1. Guaranteed by Tydings & Com

pany.

adv.

Church 900 Years Old.
The nine-hundredth anniversary of
the oak-walled parish church of
Greenstead, near Ongar, Essex, Eng England,
land, England, has Just been celebrated. The
church, which is built of split oak
trees, is the only one of its kind in the
country, and bids fair to last another
900 ;-ears.

WOOD
The wood season will soon bj
- here, and it isn't a bad plan to

prepare for its coming now. I j
am in shape to fill a limited.

amount of orders for well sea--

soned OAK WOOD in any desir desired
ed desired lengths. Get my prices befor2
laying in your fall and winter
supply. Call Phone or leave
yonr orders at the Count's Gro Grocery
cery Grocery Store, Cor Ft. King avenue
and S. Main street.
J. H. J. COUNTS
OCALA FLA.

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WATCHES

Hamilton, Waltham and
Elgin Watches,
America's best produc productions
tions productions in Ladies' and Gent Gentlemen's
lemen's Gentlemen's sizes, either open
face or hunting cases.
Some 21-jewels. A few
Swiss movements.

i Price

A good Watch is a faith faithful
ful faithful friend, and it's the sort
of a friend every man
wants and needs. Our
watches are, every one,
guaranteed and. will give
you absolute satisfaction.
Don't buy a watch until
you see our display.

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