OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19 1913
1ENGT, BILL H
ILL WENT THRU" PRACTICALLY UNAMENDED, TWENTY-FOUR
REPUBLICANS VOTING WITH THE 1 ) EM O CI ATS
AG DEBATE II THE SENATE
'ill Probably Follow,' aiuV It is Cer Certain
tain Certain to be Several Weeks llefore
the Measure Can IJeconie a Law
19. The ad ad-bill
bill ad-bill yesterday
eached the end. of the first stage of
its legislative career, passage by the
louse. The measure, completed in
etailed consideration, after three
fTf of efforts to amend, reached a
al vote in the House, practically
InVihanged in its essention provisions.
The Till passed -.practically un
amended in the essential provisions,
y a vote of 2S6 to 84.
SomeIoiise -democrats were in in-lined
lined in-lined to look with disfavor on an
imendment incorporated in the meas meas-lre
lre meas-lre at the suggestion of the banking
Twenty-four republicans voted for
he bill and three .democrats voted
lagainst it. A final fight on an amend-
Iment reaffirming the present financial
policy of a gold 'money standard
fcaused some defection from the dem
The three democrats who voted
against the bill were Representatives
Calloway, of Texas; Elder, of Louis Louisiana,
iana, Louisiana, and Witherspoon, of Mississip Mississippi.
pi. Mississippi. The republicans voting for it
were Representatives Baltz, Browne,
Cary, Cooper, Cramton, Dillion, Esch,
Farr, Fess. Frear. Haugen. Heteen-
-n. Kent. Lenroot. Manes. Lfnd-
ist, McLaughlin, Nelson, Porter,
muel Smith of Minnesota, Stafford,
oung of Xorth Dakota.
he progressive vote split with two
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ind Walters of Pennsylvania voting
Wfnst the bill. Fourteen others
Ated for it. They were Represen Representatives
tatives Representatives Bell of California, Hinsbaugh,
'pWoodruff of Michigan,, Kelly of
Pennsylvania, Lafferty,. MacDonald,
Manahan, Murdock, Xolan, Norton,
Rupley, Thomson of Illinois and
Stephens of California, Lindberg of
Passed by; the House, the bill will
pw go to the Senate where a lengthy
onsideration before the banking
committee awafts it. It will proba probably
bly probably be some weeks before the meas measure
ure measure is reported to the Senate, where
iurther debate is expected to delay
J the final passage of the bill. v
M'lXTOSH H. Y. P. U.
Mcintosh, Sept. 18. The mem members
bers members of the Mcintosh Baptist "Young
People's Union are leading somewhat
of a strenuous life. At their last
meeting a week ago Wednesday
night, their regular monthly meeting
was changed to Fridays, so as to en-
le those who" attend school to be
uresent. The following Friday night
Mr. Boyer, the president, took the
young members to a pinder boiling,
at Reddick. On Saturday night they
turned out a houseful' at the social
given at the home of Mr. H. M.
Woodruff, Palm Glenn, on the Point.
After a royal gool time, with plenty
of refreshments, music, etc., they de
parted at -a late hour.
On last Tuesday night a crowd of
the older members, fifteen in number,
-decided they would attend the reviv
al services heid at Island Grove.
They left Mcintosh shortly after six
o'clock in two motor boats, and while
th "weather was willins" as it was
, , -
SE OF CONGRESS
a beautiful moonlight night "the
fates would not permit," and things
happened happened so fast that it
was close to 10 p. m. when they
reached their destination.
After arousing the whole town
they 'were successful in securing
plenty of cold drinks and some lunch,
so started on their way home, and
then the engines had some more
"happenings." However, everyone
reached land safely "just ere day
peeped over the woods," to use one
of the party's expression of it.
Friday night they will attend the
service at MIcanopy, in a body, the
entire membership being urged to
be present, while one week later they
will hold an exhibitional meeting at
Micanopy, at the request of some of
the residents of that place, as they
wish to see just how the B. Y. P. U.
is conducted, before they try to or organize
ganize organize a society there.
AT MART IX
The United States civil service
commission announces that on Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, Oct. 12, an examination will
be held at Martin, Fla., as a result
of which it is expected to make cer certification
tification certification to fill a contemplated va vacancy
cancy vacancy in the position of fourth class
K)stmaster at Martin. The compen compensation
sation compensation of postmaster at this office
was $219 for the last fiscal year.
Application forms and full infor information
mation information concerning the requirements
of the examination can be secured
from the postmaster at Martip and
the local secretary at Ocala.
, Summerfield, Sept. J 7. Nathan
Mayo paid a short visit to Braiden Braiden-town
town Braiden-town last Monday.
J. F. Ricketson, who is now em employed
ployed employed at Anthony, was here last
Sunday visiting his family.
Ed Carmichael and party of Ocala
were visitors here last Sunday. They
also visited South Lake and Stanton.
H. J. Wall and his son, C. J., spent
last Sunday driving about in their
auto and visiting points of interest
including Starke's Ferry.
Our publisher, Arthur W. cftlens,
visited Ocala last Saturday and- on
Sunday spent the dav at Silver
A large party of plelsure seekers
from Weir Park and Okflawaha spent
last Saturday at BonnieyView. The
picnickers came by launchs instead
of overland in vehicles. Everybody
present spent a most enjoyable day.
Mrs.; Ola Potter of Ocala, was a
guest last Sunday of Mrs. Nathan
Last- Friday evening Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. Harrelson gave a pound party
to the children. All who were pres present
ent present enjoyed themselves playing games
and indulging in other amusements.
OCALA LODGE NO. 280, H. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge, No. 2S6, Benovelent
and Protective-Order of Elks, mests
the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren a'ways welcome.
Chas. W. Hunter, E. R.
Joseph Bell, Secretary. Ad.
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America's best productions in Ladies' and Gentlemen's sizes, either open face or
hunting cases. Some 21-jewels. A few Swiss movements. Big Price Reductions on Every Watch.
A rfooi watch is a 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
Don't buy a Watch until m
LOOPHOLES II SALOON MM
INCONSISTENT AMENDMENTS THAT WILL INVALIDATE PART OF
THE ACT AND PROBABLY CAUSE IT ALL TO HE DECLAR DECLARED
ED DECLARED UNCONSTITUTIONAL'
Tallahassee, Sept. 19. The fol following
lowing following inconsistencies have been!
found in the law to regulate saloons
passed by the last legislature. Sec-!
tion 5 of the bill reads as follows:
"Section 5. That no gates, doors,
windows or openings of any kind
shall connect the place of business of
any dealer in intoxicating liquors,
wines or beer with any adjacent
house or lot- so as to permit ingress
into or egress" out of such house or
lot from or into any such place of
business; that no blinds or screens,
chairs, settees, benches or tables
shall be set up or used in such place
of business; that no musical, vaude vaudeville
ville vaudeville or other attractions shall be
permitted in such place of business;
that no game or games shall be per permitted
mitted permitted to be carried on in such place
of business, nor shall any loitering
be allowed therein. Provided, that
nothing in this act shall be construed
to apply to hotels having 100 rooms
or more; that no obscene or sensuous
picture or statuary shall be' display-
ed in any such place of business;!
that throughout the night a light or!
lights shall be kept burning In such!yon(1 expression of the splendid man
places of business, and no doors,
blinds, curtains, shades, screen or!
other thiners shall be allowed to nre-
. n ,i,lnien with "hearts of gold," in their
vent persons on the outside or suchi K
place of business from seeing insidei
thprenf an.1 it shall hp thf dntv nf I
the proprietor of such place of busi
ness to see that this section is com
Rhrht here comes 'in a ioker: i
"Provided that this section shall not!
apply to restaurants serving intoxi-;
cants at meals, when the restaurant
and saloon are run and operated in
the same room, provided such res restaurants
taurants restaurants have paid the regular liquor
license tax provided under the state
Under this it is claimed any sa saloon
loon saloon to obviate the restrictions of the
act has nothing to do but1 put in a
restaurant or lunch counter in the
same room and have wine, women
and cabaret shows, and keep the
screens drawn as before. Said one
man this morning: "It means' the
possibility of turning every saloon
into a restaurant, and every restaur restaurant
ant restaurant into a saloon."
Every one seems .to b? loath to
discuss the possibilities that may!
follow the going into effect of thejte able to endure all things and to
new law, October 1. But everyone' do all things if we believe that
admits that some one has seeming- "every day, every hour, every moment
ly put something over on the law of our life is in His hands." Henry
that was framed and passed to pre-' Vandyke.
vent the presence of women in
places where liquors are sold, and to
give publicity to what is passing in
all places of retail liquof selling.
Hotels of 100 rooms are exempt
from the provisions of the bill; and
the proprietors of 99-room hotels and
those of smaller capacity want to
know why this "class" legislation was
passed, and why have they no rights
under the constitution. They will,
it is understood, make a test case,
claiming that the act is unconstitu unconstitutional.
tional. unconstitutional. They claim that it is about
as constitutional as would be a law
allowing railroads to be sued for
damages (for personal, injuries sus sustained
tained sustained by passengers provide! this
shall not apply to railroads of more
than 100 miles in length.
CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M.
legular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday in every month at
1:30 p. m. C. B. Connor, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
1. 1 1. 0. Dflll
Urn. E. Van Hood, editor
"And Jesus said unto him: No
man having put his hand to thej
plough, and looking back, is fit for
the kingdom of God." Luke 9: 62.
The rusult of the election was a
j disappointment to the women of the
W. C. T. U., but we are not discoar discoar-aged
aged discoar-aged our hearts are sore, but it is
God's cause and will prevail. We
grieve with grief unspeakable when
we think of our sister women who
must suffer, and the innocent child children
ren children of fathers made drunk by the
temptation of the open saloon who
will be defrauded of the right of a
happy chldhood. But "its coming
the day fair which we pray," and we
shall never cease our prayers and en-
.ifijjvr.rs t a that An r until tho r!av
We are thankful for and proud be-
i hood of the leaders and workers in
the temperance rak? they
glorious even in defeat these brave
keeping the womanhood of any na-
tl0a is Safe
To those who opposed
; us and fastened this "body of death"
ilpon us, we have an infinite pity, and
i can only pray, "Father forgive them,
the' know not what do""
The w0men of the w- C' T' U- of
Marion count' wil1 continue their
L. Ui U1UIS l"c uouai ""co Ui CJU
tion, moral and spiritual uplift.
For our department in the Star
for which we are most grateful we
have planned a twelve weeks' course
of scientific instruction on physioligi-
cal effects of alcohol which we hope
to have taught by every teacher in
every public school in the county.
We will be glad also to have frequent
news letters from all the unions. As
a county organization we expect to
keep intact and in close touch.
"No woman would ask for the
privilege of the ballot if every man
would cast his ballot for the protec protection
tion protection of her home and her children."
"Happy"1 and strong and brave we
The Cry of the Children
There is no more important phase
of the temperance question than that
which concerns itself with drink and
the child. It goes back and deals
with the ante-natal blight, which is
inflicted by alcoholic parentage. It
traces the infantile mortality for
which our drink system is respon-
ibie and follows that up with a
black catalogue of evils in the way
of accidents, starvation, nakedness,
oisease. ignorance, mental weakness,
criminality and cruelty that is ap ap-paling.
paling. ap-paling. As we follow up this line of
investigation we hear beating in up upon
on upon us from all sides the exceeding
bitter cry of the children. There is;
no other single factor in our mod modern
ern modern world which makes such havoc
of the nation's wealth of child-life as
this thrice accursed drink system.
Grape Juice Again
Real grape juice the unferment unferment-ed.
ed. unferment-ed. healthful kind, is here to stay, in
iEVIDBICE Til SCHMIDT
SEEMS TO HAVE ASSUMED THE PRIESTLY GAR1S IN ORDER TO
FURTHER HIS CRIMINAL SCHEMES
common with other sensible beverag beverages
es beverages that will not wreck the nerves and
rack the heart and other organs as
the result of temporary stimulation.
It is destined to replace crime-breed-
' y. i
lion ana oiner processes ana aaui aaui-terations,
terations, aaui-terations, are transformed into de-
structive drinks. The producers of
alcohol cannot forever poison hu humanity
manity humanity by disguising the destructive
effects that have accompanied its use
and by specious claims that it pos pos-esses
esses pos-esses certain qualities that it actual actually
ly actually never had. Physical Culture.
One of the cheering features of the
onward march of our righteous cause
is the fact that a number of the met metropolitan
ropolitan metropolitan dailies are coming out
strongly for the right side both edi editorially
torially editorially and by refusing advertise advertisements
ments advertisements of vicious character. The
Seattle Sun, launched in February of
this year, is such a paper. It pub publishes
lishes publishes no liquor, tobacco, cigaret or
patent medicine advertisements and
is waging war upon quack nostrums
and quack doctors. We are glad to
learn also that the paper has been
an immense success from its Cxst
issue. It occurs to us that the fact
that women have the ballot in Wash-
ington may account to some ex-Jam investigating a report to the ef ef-tent
tent ef-tent for the success of this paper. ; fect that the .Father Schmidt' refer-
Naturally the women are taking a
larger interest in the affairs of cityithe man in the Tombs simply Imper-
and state will read the newspapers
mere intelligently, and we believe
they will support the paper which
takes its stand firmly and squarely
for the rights both editorially and
through its editorial columns.
National Constitutional Prohibition
in a Decade
"Keep it before the people
That drink is a curse and a snare,'
and fail not to remind them that the
only way to ettectually and finally
dispose of this curse is to secure na
tional legislation prohibiting the
manufacture of alcoholic liquors.
"National Constitutional Prohibi-
J ticn" has been the slogan of the Na
tional Woman's Christian Temper Temperance
ance Temperance Union for many years, and now
that it has become the watchword of
every temperance organization in -speak for themselves.
America, white ribboners look con-j Mr. Joseph Malever has again se-x
fidently forward to the fulfillment of j cured possession of the stock,, fix fix-the
the fix-the prophecy a saloonless nation Uures and location of the Guarantee
in the next decade. To this end it j Clothing & Shoe Company from the
must be kept constantly before the Marley brothers, and will, as In the
people by printed word, by song, by 'past, carry only men's furnishings,
prayer, by sermon. Let it be thejsdioes and clothing at this store. In
keynote of every Jpcal union meet-i orJer to raise the money for the
ing; refer to it in the Bible school; : transaction, as noted In his adver-,
remin 1 your iiastor to preach upon tisement, he has decided to reduce
it; make it a subject of prayer at -the prices on everything in the
your mid-week devotional service, j Glore store and in this way get the
and do not forget to mention it every j real- cash with which to make the
the morning at the family altar. Ideal.
j The Globe's special sales have be-
Our country needs a vision. It j come an event in Ocala merchandis merchandis-needs
needs merchandis-needs a new enthusiasm, a new con-j ing and many people look forward to
ception of civic duty which will move jits opening with pleasure, as the
the youth of our land, terrible as an I prices are always made exceptionally
army with swords, to drive out the
Tee of the American life; to say:
"We will no longer be silence-keep-:
ers for ruin. We will cleanse the'
Augean stables of the public press;
we will lift up our hearts and hands
to welcome a patriotism which will
exalt the sober workingman as hu humanity's
manity's humanity's king." Rev. B. S. Hay Hay-good,
good, Hay-good, D. D.
"WHY PAY MORE?"
WAS NEVER Hi HOLY ORDERS
nmuv 10 A! on Aoomirn
ionium 10 HL0U HOaumLU
Electric Chair is Almost Certain to
Receive the Slayer of Anna
New York. Sept. 19 Although the
1 olice have so far been unable to
force an admission from either
Schmidt or Dr. Edward Muret that
rhe latter is an accessory in the mur mur-Jer
Jer mur-Jer of Anna Aumuller, they have es--tablishel
that the lives of the two
nen have been closely interwoven
for several years. It is alleged that
several crimes have been committed
by them not only in this country but
in Europe. Certain papers indicate
that both Schmidt and Muret used
many aliases The Roman Catholic
clergy say that Schmidt's "father died
in Germany -before the murderer
came to this country and that the
murierer knows very little Latin and
seems unqualified for the priesthood.
The discovery of the engraver, A.
G. Hauver, and the evidence he gave,
vas an important accomplishment in
laying barevthe records of Schmidt
and the dentist. But Inspector
Faurot of th detective bureau inti-
mates that something bigger was in
"At present," said the inspector,. "I
re 1 to by the Germans is dead and
sonated that man. I am not at lib liberty
erty liberty at this time to divulge the
source of my information in this re regard;
gard; regard; but I consider it is such nature nature-that
that nature-that a thorough investigation is im imperative."
perative." imperative." As further details of Schmidt's past f.
life are dragged into view and his
marvelous cunning and skill in com-
I mining and covering up crimes
t?nds revealed expert criminologists
i declare that no insane man could
cnnwiip nnrl PYPfMltp snrh flPts.
1 MOXFY RAISING SALE t .
I AT THE CiLOHE
A3 will be seen in today's adver advertising
tising advertising columns the Globe has again
inaugurated one of its price reduc reduction
tion reduction sales, and the prices quoted'
! low for the occasion.
Read the Globe's advertisement in
Rexall tooth paste, a perfect den den-trifice,
trifice, den-trifice, antiseptic and deodorant; 25c.
tubes, at Gerig's drug stores. 8-29
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9 and Elgin Watches.
you see our display
THE OCALA EVENING 3TAU, ITU DAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1913
'::: j Adjourmd Mttin of the City Coun
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Mr. Marcus Frank is home from a
business trip to Savannah. ."
Mr. J. F. Blair has returned from
hi3 visit to Tarpon Springs.
Almond cocoa soap, which 13 with without
out without an equal. Get it at the Court
The case against Mr. Ed Carmi Carmi-chael
chael Carmi-chael In Judge Smith's court yester yesterday
day yesterday resulted in a disagreement of the
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DR. W. K. IjANE Specialist, Eye
Car, Nose ind Throat. Office Law
library Building, Ocala. Adv.
Mr. J. W. Akin went last night to
Webster to do some plumbing in
that growing town.
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Mr. Jos. W. Dodge is doing the in interior
terior interior renovating for Burnett's jew jewelry
elry jewelry store and is making his usual
handsome job of it.
Rexall toilet cream, an excellent
toilet requisite, a delicate cleanser
and beautifier. At Gerig's Drug
Mr. Henry .Henderson, a son of
County Commissioner Henderson,
has taken a position in the Ocala Na
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AT THE TEMPLE THIS E VEX IXC
"A Stolen Identity." Kalem drama.
"The Angel of the Slums' A
beautiful Lubin drama.
"The Knight of Cyclone Gulch."
Drama by the Kalem Company.
"Curing Her Extravagance." A
"Get Rich Quick Billington."
Pathe comedy. Adv.
Mr. R. E. Yonge is in receipt of a
letter from Mr.' W. F. Ballinger, who
went to Los Vegas, New Mexico, sev several
eral several months ago for his health. Mr.
Ballinger is gaining in health and
weight, is boosting Ocala and Flor Florida
ida Florida to all and is very impatient for
the time to come when he can return
Excellent values in shirt waists
may now be had at Klein's Ten Day
Sale for 49c. to 98c. 9-17-6t
The people will miss the1 band con concert
cert concert this evening. The fund for the
concert gave out last month, but the
bandsmen gave several more con concerts
certs concerts on the strength of their public
spirit. They will probably give two or
three more before the season is over,
and if they do don't forget to appre appreciate
ciate appreciate their patriotism.
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The fact that we must have more
room for our new fall stock will save
many dollars to those who take ad advantage
vantage advantage of the Ten Day Sale at
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Captain Purvis is having a fine
power boat built, and when it is
completed will launch it at Silver
Trices have been reduced on the
'entire stock during the Ten Day
. Sale now going on at Klein's big
store west of the courthouse. 9-17-6t
.Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Seckinger
were in town'from Martel today.
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Do you need an alcohol stove to
Liine wuu .you on eariv moriims
trips? You can heat water or coffee
: In four minutes. Look at them at
.the Court Pharmacy. 9-2
'Sheriff, Galloway went to his coun country
try country home at Moss Bluff this morning,
and all his deputies are sitting
around and looking bored at the per persistent
sistent persistent peacefulness of the people.
K M r.
ml soda fountam
son of Mr. and 1
MrvT. W. Tpdl
fr has aaaea to
free Elbert Mills,
fe Mills of
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Thirteen counties have girls' can canning
ning canning clubs striving for the many
prizes offered this year. The Mar Marion
ion Marion county club "with its twenty twenty-eight
eight twenty-eight members, ranks ninth in size.
At the meeting of the Moose last
night the following new members
were initiated:- Messrs. W. M. Vun Vun-cannon,
cannon, Vun-cannon, A. A. Olin, W. H. Jones and
E. A. Danziell. There are several
other candidates for next Thursday
night and new applications are be be-ing.received
ing.received be-ing.received every day. ;
Dr. A. L. Izlar informs the Star
that the other physicians of the
county, as well as himself, are busy
collecting funds for the needed
screens for the new hospital building.
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OPEN ALL NIGHT
The Merchant's Cafe Is a first class
place to take your meals. Open night
and day. J. R. Dewey, proprie proprietor.
tor. proprietor. -2-28-tf
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- "Marshal Brigance is still on the
sick list, and Policeman Koonce is
officiating in his place.
The first shipment of millinery for
the fall season to reach Ocala is now
on display at Klein's Big Store.
Pretty ready-to-wear felts in all the
latest shapes and shades. Shipments
received twice a week- by ex express.
press. express. 9-17-6t
NOW ON DISPLAY.
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Mr. Lee Raysor of Lowell paid
one of his seldom visits to the city
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Mr. Frank Wideman, who has
Jbeen studying with Prof. G. C.
"Ijooney for several weeks prepara preparatory
tory preparatory to taking the Rhodes scholar scholarship
ship scholarship examination, returned several
lays ago to his home in DeLand.
While ia Ocala Mr. Wideman stayed
-with JProf. and Mrs. Looney.
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1 Jj fjO ki
If you would Buy, Sell,
X.ease or Exchange, see
me at the Courthouse or
write for my bulletin of
summer bargains in
Choice Properties : :
HO FIT-NO PAY.
cil Had Sfveral Weighty Mat Matters
ters Matters I.rought Before It
An adjourned meeting of the city
council was held last evening, with
all members present except Alder Aldermen
men Aldermen Carn and Taylor.
Nathan Ellis, a hackman, whose
license had been revoked some days
ago, appeared and asked that he be
reinstated. Referred to police com committee.
mittee. committee. The regular order of business was
waived in order to take up the peti petition
tion petition of the Anderson Lumber Com Company
pany Company in which it asked permission to
lay sidetrack into its property on S.
Osceola street, between S. 4th and
S. 3th streets. This petition had
been referred to a committee at a
former meeting and was reported
adversely. The report of the com
mittee was adopted and request for
sidetrack rights refused. The com
mittee presented a report setting
out the reasons for refusal to grant
the request, among them that the
putting in of these tracks would
mean further inconvenience than is
now experienced at the crossing of
Report of the Commiftee
Ocala, Fla., Sept. 15, 1913.
The "Honorable City Council, Ocala'
Gentlemen: The undersigned,
your light and water committee, to
whom was referred at our last reg regular
ular regular meeting, 2nd inst., the applica application
tion application of Mr. C. L. Anderson for per
mit to "attach track to spur on
property of the city, said spur to run
on quarter of block now occupied by
planing mill of Mr. E. E. Converse,
and to be used in the above business
for the purpose of loading and un
loading lumber to and from sheds on
said quarter block," etc.. beg to ad
vise that after careful consideration
of Mr. Anderson's request, that we
must as councilmen and as your
committee recommend against grant granting
ing granting the permission asked for.
We think that the council can not
at the present stage of consideration
of improvement and development of
its public utilities, water, sewerage
and lighting, and the desire and pur
pose to" bring these as far as may be
practical under one harmonious head,
as a matter of economy, consent to
extend a privilege such as Mr. Ander Anderson
son Anderson asks, as we can not foresee the
inconvenience 'that the 1 same
might entail on us. Then, too is the
established attitude of the city, to not
approve of furher railroad encroach
ments on South Osceola street, nor
the cross streets in that, vicinity, and
the application for sidetrack exten extension
sion extension in question proposes the cross crossing
ing crossing of South Fourth street, the "re "redemption'
demption' "redemption' 'of which from obstruc obstructions
tions obstructions and trespass had for the past
few months been a- much mooted
question with the council.
John H. Taylor.
F. G. B. Weihe.
B. A. Weathers.
Light and Water Committee.
Application of Mr. George Rentz
for a contract froni the city similar
to that granted the Ocala Steam
Laundry for the furnishing of steam
from the electric light plant for use
in a laundry he proposes opening on
W. Fort King avenue, was referred
to the light and water committee.
Stephen Smith asked that the city
pay him for damages done his house
near the city lime pit. He claims
that the explosions of dynamite in
this pit has caused the plastering to
fall from his walls. Referred to
street committee with power to act.
M. Doney appeared and offered his
services to the city as night pound
man on the fee basis. Application
referred to the police committee.
Application of a number of citi citizens
zens citizens of the southeastern part of the
city to have a street light placed at
the intersection of S. Sth and New Newberry
berry Newberry streets, was referred to the
street committee with power to act.
A communication, accompanied by
pamphlets, etc., regarding the Nyal
odorless sewage system, was referred
to the sanitary committee.
A communication from Secretary
Rooney of the Board of Trade, with
recommendations from the Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia board of trade, regarding the
services of an engineer for making
plans for combining the city's publie
service plants light, water and sew
erage was read and referred to the
light and water committee.
Petitions containing sufficient sig signatures
natures signatures to have the names of C. W.
Hunter and J. P. Phillips printed on
the ballots as candidates for council
man from the second ward at the
October special election were filed,
and the clerk was ordered to have
said names placed thereon.
A communication from Chairman
Weathers of the street committee
was read and ordered spread on the
minutes. It referred to the drain
age on Exposition street and stated
We have thousands of items
that must be sold out before
this sale ends. This little sale
will end on Saturday, Septem September
ber September 20th.
Just a few of the Items in this sale:
Men's E. & W. 2 and $1.50 & 1 QC
Shirts for-: 4)1.03
Men's Soft Collar Shirts, 50c
and 75c value for
Men s tialbnggan Underwear, IQp
25c and 35c values for lyw
Men's Athletic Shirts or Drawers
50c values for
Men's Tublar Wash Ties now
Men's Hemstitched White Hand Qp 1
1 kerchiefs 5c values for Ou
Ladies' Sailor Hats that sold uplhny -
to 59c only I Mb:
Children's Shoes, all leather, that C fl n
sold up to $1.50. .dUb
72 in. Mosquito Canopies, ready QCp
for hanging at uUb
80 inch Mosquito Canopy, CI IK
Square or Hoop frames f or t U- ..
Linen Finis Cheviots for all p
kinds of wear at, per vard Ob
40 in. White Lawn, very sheer 1 flp
at, per yard j. M y-
40 in. White Lingerie, very soft Ifln
at, per yard
36 in. Pajama Checks, far super- QpVv
iortothe 10c grade at OU
36 in.-Brown Dress Linen (all) IQn
29c value at, per yard :' r
We have items in nearly
every department of the store
that must be sold during this
Odd and End Sale.
Our prices are always
as low as is- consistent
USE STAR WANT ADS FOR' RESULTSThey Dfii3ei the Goods."
(Concluded on Third Page)
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1913
Ti I I j-5S ,5!ie
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 vonr home
ft it would be nice to havefnbney in the bank, no mat-
11 A. 1 jl a t v .
iur wnai migm nappen, oecause it is a sale-guard
against possible old age' or sickness and poverty.
DO YOUR BANKING WITH US
We Pay 4 per cent Interest m Savings Accounts
I I 11 III Ma
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eptemtoer 22 to 27, 1913,
You are invited, to an exhibit an 3 'demonstration of the most wonder-
uful range ever made. The flues of this range are made of Patented Key
stone uopper rearing Aluminum- ussa .ietai. me soutn uena Malle-
able has many other remarkable features, but this one alone makes it
the most desirable range ever put on the market. A pleasant time is as-
Wyred all visitors, and many useful souvenirs will be given awa3
X to!f' rrT i I ii i
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(Continued from Second Page)
state of Florida enacted the follow following
ing following law: "Section 1. That the city
council of the city of Ocala be and it
,is hereby empowered to impose li li-I
I li-I cense taxes on such privileges, busi business,
ness, business, professions or occupations, as
are or shall be taxed bv the state
; and upon such other as may be en en-i
i en-i eased in or mana.?f1 within snt.i
Orange street leading to the Marioncity Qf 0cal3f and he amounts of
that to put in drainage that would
suffice at the present would entail
considerable expense later on.
Mr. Weathers, as president of the
council, recommended that South'
county hospital be improved. Re-
ferred to the street committee with
power to act.
Mr. Weather's Recommendation
Ocala, Fla., Sept. 1G, 1912.
The Honorable City Council, Ocala
such license taxes shall be fixed bv
I city ordinances, which amounts of
such. taxes shall not be dependent
j upon the general state revenue law."
It will therefore be observed that
ithe legislature of the state of Florida
Gentlemen: I take the liberty of ; aumorizes me municipality of tne
recommending and advising that youeit" of cala to impose license taxes
specially authorize your street com-jcn privileges, business, professions
mittee to make such reasonable andjor occupations, independent of the
conservative improvements on South amount fixed by the general state
0ran?e street as may be necessary tojrvenue aw- j
make the annroach to the hosnitall From a casual observation, section ;
over that street more comfortable 2 of tne acts of tne legislature of
Prestige aed Staedleg.
. Discriminating business men have long appreci appreciated
ated appreciated the advantages of using this bank as a deposi depository.
tory. depository. Efficient service and conservative management,
combined with exceptional facilities far transacting
all branches of banking, have gamea for this bank
its high prestige and standing.
cala National Bank
rXIYEI) STATKS DEPOSITORY
10 07, referred to in .the passage of
the mayor, construed alone and with
out taking it. in connection with other
than it is now. The hospital I be believe
lieve believe itself is slightly beyond the old
city limit, and as the council has not;
ko far hppn dninz anv work hevond sections of the act, leads to an erron-
the old city I feel that formal action
should be taken by the council au authorizing
thorizing authorizing the committee to do this
work which it seems to me is now
the most important street work be before
fore before us and I think ought to have
consideration and attention in pref preference
erence preference to all other street work, espe especially
cially especially inasmuch as it is planned to
have the occupancy of the new hos hospital
pital hospital begin the first of October. I
do not advocate expensive grading or
lime surfacing, but I do think that
some of each ought to be done; how however,
ever, however, if you are willing to leave that
to the judgment and discretion of
your committee I am sure they will
handle it conservatively and I hope,
Yours very respectfully,
B. A. Weathers,
President City Council.
A communication from Messrs. D.
E- Mclver and B. A. Weathers was
read petitioning the council to hard
surface South Pine street to South
Third street. The communication
cited that the owners of adjacent
properties had paid the expense of
the work done on this particular sec
tion street to date. Petition was
granted and the street committee in instructed
structed instructed to proceed with the work.
Council was requested to lime-surface
South Second street west of
Pine for about 200 feet, owners of
adjacent property having borne the
expense to date of surveying, etc.,
on this street. Referred to the
street committee with- power to act.
The mayor's veto of the license
ordinance, and supplement was
read. The city attorney's opinion on
the subject was also read, after
which the ordinance was passed over
the veto by a vote of six to one.
Opinions of the City Attorney
Attorney Sistrunk's Opinions
Ocala, Fla., Sept. 13, 1913.
With every range sold during tfie week of the exhibit we will make
a present of a set of High-fJrade AI iininuni Cooking Ware.
BE SUKE TO COME. 15KMKMHKK THE DATE.
September 22 to 27.
B. A. Weathers, President City
Dear Sir: I am in receipt of your
communication requesting me to
give you an opinion as to the propo
sition of law raised in the mayor's
supplemental message vetoing "an
ordinance providing for and regulat regulating
ing regulating the license tax to be paid by all
persons, firms, corporations or asso associations
ciations associations engaged in any business,
profession or occupation in the city
of Ocala, for which a license is re required;
quired; required; and providing for the collec collection
tion collection and transfer of the same," viz:
Can the city of Ocala, under the ex
isting law, impose a license tax en
tirely regardless of the state tax
upon the same business, profession
or occupation? I quote the follow following
ing following from said message,:
"I am aware of the fact, that by
special act of the legislature, ap approved
proved approved May 7th, 1901, the city of
Ocala was empowered to impose li license
cense license taxes and fix the amount inde independent
pendent independent of the general state revenue
law as it then existed. Since 1901,
I however, to-wit: in the year 1907.
itha legislature passed a general li
cense act, providing in section one
for state and county licenses and pro providing
viding providing in section two as follows:
'Section 2. Counties and incorporat incorporated
ed incorporated cities and towns may impose such
other taxes, of the same kind, upon
the same subjects as they may deem
proper, unless otherwise provided in
this act, when the business, profes profession
sion profession or occupation shall be engaged
in within such county, city or town.
The tax imposed by such county.
j city or town, shall not exceed fifty
per cent of the state tax. But such
i county, city or town may impose
taxes on any business, profession or
occupation, not mentioned in this
act when engage! in, or managed,
within such county, city or town.'
Section 17 of the act of 1907 repeals
all laws in conflict with the provis provisions
ions provisions of said act."
The supreme court of the state of
Florida, in the case of Hardee vs.
Brown. 56 Fla., 377 and 4 7 So. Rep..
S34, states that the constitution of j municipal corporations by special act
the state expressly authorizes the: or charter act for the purpose of re re-legislature
legislature re-legislature to pass special laws con-j quiring the payment of license
ferring powers upon municipalities, j taxes."
and the legislature may authorize; It is true the wording of that sec sec-municipalities
municipalities sec-municipalities to impose license tion of the ordinance in question,
taxes. In 1901 the legislature of the viz: "Railroads, freight office, $50;
eous conclusion. Section 16 of the
same act from which section 2 is
quote 1 by the mayor (of the acts of
1907) reais as follows:
"Section 16. That nothing in this
act shall be construed as in any way
abrilging or limiting the powers
which havebeen granted or( may be
granted to any municipal corporation
by special act or charter act for the
purpose of requiring the payment of
It will, therefore, be observed that
the acts of the legislature, passed in
1907, do not repeal the special act
passed in 1901.
I am therefore of the opinion that
the position of the mayor, viz: That
the city council of the city of Ocala!
cannot impose an occupation license
in excess of fifty per cent of that J
which is imposed by the general
state revenue law is erroneous.
The city council, under the special
acts of 1901, is authorized to impose
an occupation or licence tax inde independent
pendent independent of the amount fixed by the
general state revenue law.
I am satisfied that the mayor or
h's legal alviser overlooked section
16 of the acts of 190 7, referred to in
Carlos L. Sistrunk, City Atty.
Ocala, Fla., Sept. 13, 1913.
Mr. B. A. Weathers, President City
Dear Sir: I beg to acknowledge
receipt of your communication, re requesting
questing requesting an opinion relative to the
mayor's veto message relating to a
certain portion, of an ordinance "pro
viding for and regulating the license
tax to be paid by all persons, firms,
corporations or associations, engaged
in any business, profession or occu occupation,
pation, occupation, in the city of Ocala, for
which a license is required, and pro providing
viding providing for the collection and transfer
of same," which reads as follows: "I
am of the opinion that the city of
Ocala is without power or authority
to impose a privilege tax on railroads
for maintaining a freight office or
passenger office as above. Such of offices
fices offices are essential to the proper con conduct
duct conduct of railroad business as common
carriers and they are, under the law,
required to maintain such offices and
not only for their own convenience,
but for the accommodation and con convenience
venience convenience of the traveling public."
The mayor in his message then
proceeds to discuss this matter at
jonsiderable length. That part of
:he ordinance under consideration is
sub-paragraph three under article R,
section 3 of said ordinance, which
reads as follows:
"Railroads, freight office, $50;
freight and .passenger office, 100."
The supreme court expressly au authorizes
thorizes authorizes the legislature to pass spe special
cial special laws, "conferring powers upon
municipalities and the legislature
may authorize municipalities to im impose
pose impose license taxes, and the legislature
in 1901 having enacted a law, that
the city council of the city of Ocala
e anJ it is herety empowered to im impose
pose impose license taxes on such privileges,
business, professions or occupations,
as are or shall be taxed by the state
and ".pon such other as may be en engaged
gaged engaged in, or managed, within said
city of Ocala; and the amounts of
such license taxes shall be fixed by
city ordinance, which amounts of
such taxes shall not be dependent
upon the general state revenue law,
Any city or town hereinafter de described
scribed described is hereby authorized to im
pose upon any railroad company
whose tracks extend into or through ;
its corporate limits, a license tax not
exceeding the sum as follows: In j
municipalities of ten thousand and;
more than five thousand inhabitants, J
shall pay a license tax of seventy-five
dollars. Section 63 of the same act
reads as follows: "That nothing in;
this act shall be construed as any j
way abridging or limiting the pow-j
erf which have been granted to any
Florida's Largest and Best Year
The Hotel you take your Mother, Wife or Sister to
Home Hotel of the State
European Plan $1.50 Per Day and Upward
A. M. Wilson, Thos. M. Wilson,
ASST. MGR. PROP. AND MGR.
Call a? Pane 3)3 and il in Give an Estimate cn Your ;
AND ELECTRICAL WORK I
We Guarantee To Sav; You M ney isi A y Work m "ur Lines ;:
. we employ none hut experts we are In potiitloo to guarantee Vj
fry piece of work we construct to Ktantl the Inspection of the moNt
rluld InKpectora. It routs nothing to Ret our figures and you are the
winner, whether we "ecu re the contract or not. Give us a trial,
M. W. TUCKER
. CLYATT 15LOCK
W. H. MARSH
pJion o 108
freight and passenger office, $100," city water works for one year at
is rather vague. However, I am $1.25 per ton (2000 pounds) f. d. b.
satisfied that the courts in constru- at mir.es. The freight at present on
ing these paragraphs would take this coal is $3.10 per ton.
into consideration the object and The matter of electing members of
purposes of the council; and if that of the city board of health for the
be done it seems apparent to me coming two years was deferred until
that the court would reach the con- next regular meeting.
elusion that it was the object and The employers' indemnity bonds,
purpose of the council to impose this submitted to the council some time
tax on railroad companies engaged in ago, were ordered returned to the
l-iifiness within the corporate limits agent.
of the city of Ocala and the amount Cn motion of Mr. Helvenston It
of the tax is not restricted by the was orderei that cement gutters be
general revenue act of 1913, as that place i along certain streets when
act itself excepts special acts or char- found advisable to prevent wash wash-ter
ter wash-ter acts of municipal corporations. ; outs.
I am of the opinion that the city! Many matters were discussed at
ot Ocala can enforce the above re- considerable length and the council
ferrei to provisions of said ordinance aijourned at a late hour until next
and collect the amounts from railroad regular meeting night,
comnanies therein specified.
However, I would suggest to the
council that in the event this ordi ordinance
nance ordinance is passed over the veto of the
mayor that at an early date an ordi ordinance
nance ordinance be passed, amending the said
ordinance in question so as to more
clearly express the intention of the
council in the matter of imposing a
What Day Do You Think It Is? tf
Mclver & MacKav
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
license or tax on railroad companies j
engaged in business within the cor- Fine Caskets a id Burial Robes.
porate limits of the city of Ocala.
Carlos L. Sistrunk, City Atty.
The assessor presented the tax
books for 1913 taxes and same were
approved and ordered turned over
to the tax collector. Collection of
city taxes for 1913 will begin on Oc October
tober October 1.
A contract was closed with a coal,
company for furnishing coal to the.
I. K. McIYTR and C V. ROBERTS
All Work Done njr Licensed Em.
balmers and Fully Guaranteed
!. 1-L.McIY.CR 101
r. V. ROBERTS SO
U ndertaking Office 47
What Day Do You Think It Is? tf
TTIK OCALA EVEXIAG STAR, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1913
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
lilTTIXGKn & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
1J. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, IJusiness Manager
, J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.
One year, in advance... $5.00
Six months, in advance 2.50
Three months, in advance.... 1.25
One month, in advance .50
One year, in advance $8.00
Six months, in advance 4.25
Three month3, in advance.... 2.25
One month, in advance SO
we would have on the other hand,
J four brand new districts just born oa
J that day without a single repersenta-
live to their names, and without any!
prospect of getting any for two years!
more. .Now wno are the fools?
Wouldn't it be the sensible plan, plan,-says
says plan,-says the Times, to go ahead and elect
at the regular election day in -No-
vember, 1914, the four representa-j
tires for the four new districts ac-j
cording to the new act, and they will j
find their hew districts, just born and!
j ready for them on the same day that?
their new terms would commence; j
on the 4th day of March, 1915?
The Star is informed that the
charter of Belleview specially for forbids
bids forbids the establishment of a saloon in
the town limits.
Will the newspapers of Florida
take it into their hands to arouse a
general demand for a new constitu constitution
tion constitution for Florida? The present anti antiquated
quated antiquated Instrument is a disgrace to
the state's intelligence. Miami Me Metropolis.
tropolis. Metropolis. What guarantee have we that a
new one would be any better?
It was neat and thoughtful and
fraternal of the Ocala Star Tuesday
night to -ask us to "come up and
tank up," and the courtesy is ac acknowledged
knowledged acknowledged with thanks. Nothing like
that has ever come to us from Tam Tampa,
pa, Tampa, although so much nearer and
dearer: St. Petersburg Times.
All that Ocala has is open to
The New York World prints a car
toon showing William J. Bryan hold
ing and thoughtfully looking at a
crown of thorns into which is woven
the word "Chautauqua." A good
joke, but no man in public life has
pulled more thorns out of labor's
crown than Mr. Bryan. The princi principles
ples principles he has eloquently expressed by
tongue and pen for the last seven seventeen
teen seventeen years have been by no means
A sixteen year old Miami boy drew
the plans; for the new fire station for
the northern section of Miami. And
the plans have been accepted by the
city council; which goes to show
what an ambitious Miami boy can do.
This might prompt Ocala boys to
draw plans of some of the public im improvements
provements improvements now in prospect. If they
do, their ideas should receive consideration.
If we elect our next congressmen
after the old district lines won't
those fellows find themselves in an
. awkward fix without districts on the
very first day that they get to be con congressmen?
gressmen? congressmen? Tampa Times.
Its the Star's opinion that if the
state elects four congressmen and
sends them to Washington that they
will be allowed to take their seats
without any dispute. Congress itself
is not likely to make any complaint
if the people of Florida are satisfied.
The Star is obliged to reduce on
some other local matters today in
order to give space to the council
proceedings, which should always be
of considerable interest. It will be
seen that the street committee wish wishes
es wishes to put the street to the new hos hospital
pital hospital building in good shape and the
council will probably do so as soon
as possible. The council is not wil willing
ling willing to give Mr. Clifford Anderson
the 'track he needs into his plant on
Osceola avenue. The Star regrets J
the inconvenience to Mr. Anderson
that will ensue, but the principle the
council announces is sound, and will
be for the best interest of the city if
it is consistently adhered to. The
Star regrets that it hasn't space to
print City Attorney Sistrunk's opin opinion
ion opinion in full. He has made out his case
very clearly, and tho the Star has
tried to pick out the most essential
points, it may be that in its ignor
ance of law it has omitted some of
the things most necessary. Mr.
Sistrunk is 'a very shrewd lawyer
and his arguments generally stand
in the courts. The council does 'good
work for the city with the means
at its command; it makes mistakes,
of course, but a policy of co-operation
with and, sometimes, friendly
criticism of its members will, the
Star believes, accomplish the best results.
Pensacola Journal: Harpers
Weekly, under its new editorial man
agement and policy, is rapidly forc
ing recognition as a vigorous expon-,
ent and moulder of progressive pub-i
lie sentiment. In its current issue'
it voices the idea, so often expressed j
by the Journal that American ex-j
ploiters in Mexico have no right to
expect this government to act either
as an armed guardian or a collection'
agency for their interests in that that-country.
country. that-country. Harper's, however, puts it;
in much better and stronger terms!
than the Journal has ever been able
to express it and we take pleasure in ;
quoting from one of Mr. Hapgood's
editorials as follows:
If you demand the best all good business men do you will find this bank's
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.
The MuiitFoe fk CtianiMSss Bamlc
Jo Fo JEHIOHS & -CO.
General Building Contractors
Block North East of Postoffice,
Xorth Osceola Street.
One of the current ideas of the'
The Pensacola blue-eyed belle who
occupies" the position of bookkeeper
may be a species of an adder but, she
certainly isn't any snake. Pensacola
. We can't make out whether this
News writer is sitting up to a blue blue-eyed
eyed blue-eyed girl, or. is already tied to one
and feeds her taffy with a desert
spoon in order to induce her to over overlook
look overlook his shortcomings; but his para paragraphs
graphs paragraphs read suspiciously like one or
the other is the case.
The arrest of Schmidt, real or pre pretended
tended pretended priest, in New York, on the
charge of murder, and the discovery
of clues, linking him to other felon felonies,
ies, felonies, Instead of causing the condemna condemnation
tion condemnation that some inconsiderate people
are expressing for the Catholic cler clergy,
gy, clergy, should call attention to the fact
that this is the first time in many
years that the name of a Catholic
priest has been linked in America
with the commission of any great
crime. If you don't believe it, search
the records, and you can see for
One of the beauties about commis commission
sion commission government with the initiative
and referendum is that when the
people want, anything done they do
not have to wait for it indefinitely.
They can just step out, get busy a
little while and it can soon be record recorded
ed recorded that the thing they strive for
"came to pass." Pensacola News.
Maybe so, but we would rather
watch it for awhile in a neighboring
city before seeing it tried in our own.
St. Petersburg Times: The Tam Tampa
pa Tampa Times notes that "we have had
lots of fun" discussing the matter of
the redistricting act and the folly of
the legislature in providing for the
creation of the new district five
months after the general election, so
that the new districts will not be in
existence when the new repcesenta repcesenta-tives
tives repcesenta-tives will have to be elected;-and we
have argued that the new represen representatives
tatives representatives will have to be chosen accord according
ing according to the old district lines.
The Times thinks all of that is very
specious and looks correct "to a man
up a tree" but it doesn't view
things from that altitude. There is
another view, taken from the level.
It is this: Suppose we elect, three
members from the old districts and
one at large, as by the present rule.
By provisions of the new redistrict redistricting
ing redistricting act those old district lines will
be abolished and there will be no
congressman at large authorized, on
theh very day that the terms for
which these new representatives are
chosen commences, to-wit: on March
4, 1915, and the new district districting
ing districting provided by the act of 1913 will
go into effect on the same day, mak making
ing making four districts with lines entirely
different from the present three and
no congressman at large.
The situation that would confront
us would be this: We would have
four representatives preparing to
commence new terms for districts go going
ing going out of existence upon the very
same day that these men claim to be
commencing to represent them. And
time, taken for granted by most peo-j
nle. is that a man has a rieht to go A BEAUTIFUL, PERMANENT,
into a half-civilized country in order! WASHABLE NEW WALL FINISH
. i- l,,. !:,. ,
ments, and then, if political condi- Any one contemplating wall paper paper-tions
tions paper-tions in that countrv interfere withjin Painting or kalsomining of walls
his money-making he has the right !should see the beautiful, new, sani-
' t i 1 cix- r
to involve his own nation in war to L1 n"""eui, uame unu ui
the Ocala National
protect his so-called interests, thus!1"" 1U
lUlLtug ills v.uuuii j iiitru l kj unci i ujii i
Those who have seen it con-
activities, and spend 1L 3L,i,cllul l"
their money and their "blood and ifered in this territory and prices are
very reasonable, tor information
see Mclver & MacKay. 9-13-tf
What Day Do You Think It Is? tf
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS AT OCALA
SEABOARD AIR LINE
brutalize their civilization for the
sake. of looking after his dividends, j
This is not President' Wilson s
view. His conduct of the Mexican
situation has been remarkable for
patience, and for a firm but tactful
adherence to those general principles
by which his whole life and thought j The follow!nff sctiedule Is not paid
are guided. As he has stated public- j for but is printed for the information
ly, .he washes to act "not in the in-jof the public. The railroads are re reforest
forest reforest nf anv norsnn nr hnrtv nf npr-' Ot'ested to send in corrections when-
- - i
sons who may have personal proper property
ty property claim in Mexico." Those foreign
newspapers which have been calling
his policy in Mexico amateurish may
imagine that their own conduct of
the Balkan affair and other compli complications
cations complications in Europe and Asia is profes professional;
sional; professional; but they will have hard work
to convince enlightened Americans
that professionalism of that sort is
superior to amateurishness of the
kind that President Wilson is exhib exhibiting."
iting." exhibiting." Aside from some of the critical re republican
publican republican opposition which hesitates
at nothing to cast reproach on the
democratic administration; the
Hearst papers, which always find it
easier to lie about a good man than
to tell the truth when the truth is
distasteful to Hearst; the manufac manufacturers
turers manufacturers of arms, armor plate and gun
powder aside from these the Wil Wilson
son Wilson Mexican policy meets with the
unqualified approval of the American
people and of humanity all over the
PHI SIGM FEMALE COLLEGE'
902 Fort King Ave. Ocala, Florida
OPENS SEP. 29 FOR THIRD ANNUAL TERM
RATES: $8.50 PER MONTH, TERMS IN ADVANCE.
The sad death of Mayor Gaynor,
while at sea last Wednesday, from
the effects of an assassin's bullet four
years ago, will serve to clear the po political
litical political atmosphere in New York.
There is only one ticket against the
Tammany aggregation and John P.
Mitchell, the fusion candidate will
doubtless be the next mayor of New
York. It is sincerely to be hoped
that Tammany will be defeated by a
tremendous vote. If the decent peo people
ple people of New York would come out and
vote, there would be no doubt of, the
issue. DeLand News.
'An elegant line of lasers mana mana-script
script mana-script covers, in any color that could
be desired, just received at the Star
Ladies' wash dresses, $1.50 to $2
values, for 98c. at Klein's Ten Day
3 1:05 p.m
9 (Limited)... 2:30 p.m.
1 T:J5 a.m.
2 2:25 a.m.
10 (Limited).. 4:20 p m.
The limited leaves Jacksonville at
11:30 a. m. and arrives in Tampa at 6
p. m. It leaves Tampa at 1 p. m. and
arrives In Jacksonville at 7:30 p. m. It
stops only at Turkey Creek, Plant City,
Dade City, Wldwood, Ocala, Starke
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
Southbound -Jax. and St. Petersburg
No. 9 10:35 p.m. 10:46 p.m.
No. 39 2:40 p.m. 2:42 p.m.
Southbound -Ocala and Lakeland
No. 35 (Sunnyjim) 6:40 a.m.
Northbound Jax. and St. Petersburg
No. 10 5:19 a.m 5:20 a,m.
No. 40 12:54 p.m. 1:14 p.m.
Northbound Lakeland and Ocala
No. 32 (Sunnyjim) ... .Arrive 9:50 p.m.
Ocala and Honiosassa
leave No. 49 8:20 a.m.
Leave No. 47 2:25 p.m.
Arrive No. 44 12:50 p.m.
Arrive No. 48 5:00 p.m.
This school will properly train and .educate young ladles and girls
in a practical useful course for higher and better life. We solicit
Athe attendance of pupils who appreciate our efforts to advance them
't'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. 4
Young men's classes from 2 to "5 p. m. or from 7:30 to 9:30 at
night. Best attention and thorough teaching.
P1IOXK 3;58 FOR CATALOG.
GEO. C. and MRS. G: C. LOONEY,
PROPRIETORS v v
0 No matter what it is vou have to sell, or v
it ic rrti uront on qH t rkiir TTnrlncci
'flji v a i v v r
will bring the desired results.
What Day Do You Think It Is? tf
75 Cents Per Crate Delivered.
Cash must Accompany Orders.
J. D. BAUGH, Winter Haven, Fia.
MARIOX COUNTY DIRECTORY
Judge CircuitCourt W. S. Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, Ocala.
District Attorney E. W. Davis,
Clerk Circuit Court P. H. Nugent,
Sheriff J. P. Galloway, Ocala.
Tax Collector W L. Colbert,
Tax Assessor Alfred Ayer, Ocala.
Treasurer John M. Graham,
Surveyor W A. Moorhead, Ocala.
Judge of Probate WTm. E. Smith,
County Commissioners C. Carmi Carmi-chael,
chael, Carmi-chael, Ocala;, J. Wr. Davis. Summer Summer-field;
field; Summer-field; W t. Henderson, Lynne; D. G.
Watkins, Dunnellon; WTalter Luff Luff-man,
man, Luff-man, Sparr.
Board Public Instruction J. H.
Brinson, Superintendent, Ocala; B.
R. Blitch, Blitchton; J. S. Grantham,
Fort McCoy; W. D. Carn, Ocala.
I-C- JE I
At This Period Use All
Safeguards tor Comtorts and Well Bein
. The best and most practical of these is Ice our ice. t preserves
your food, conserves your health, increases your pleasure, does
you good in ways too numerous to mention and all for a little
OCALA ICE & PACKING CO.
MIciItl Grade IPipIhHhl
Call at the STAR JOB OFFICj
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"More by the pair, Less by the year"
See our Window and be Convinced.
Ladles Ready to Wear
OCALA WEEKLY STAR, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1913
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. nu week days will be discontinued.
CS. MP. -A
AJkto. the Plumbcp
Is now prepared to give you estimates on all kinds of
PLUMBING, STEAM FITTING & GAS FITTING
and everything in thisjine. When placing your con contracts
tracts contracts for work in my line let me have an opportuni opportunity
ty opportunity to save you money. All work installed is on strict
guarantee of satisfaction.
J. W. AKIN
Phone 388 or 235 S. Osceola St. Ocala, Fla.
DR; F. E. McCLANE, M. D.
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COLUMBIA COLLEGE, Co-Educational,
Lake City, Florida
A high-grade College whose Faculty is composed of Christian
men and women trained in the best schools. Our courses lead
to the degrees of A. B., B. S., and A. M.
Moral influences excellent and surroundings conducive to
Study.' and development of high character.
Departments: Collegiate, academic, business, art, expression,
and music. Application should be made now for rooms.
A. P.MONTAGUE or W; B. JONES
, V President Iean
tfGrace Livirsfoiv Hill Lufz
AUTHOR ?f "MARCIA SCHUYLER," 'frioref DCAHC"
"dawn or mr morning etc.
ILLUSTRATIONS y TA (i)Arn&
just, waiiin ier me sweetneart.
whined the man, with a cringing atti attitude.
tude. attitude. "She has a room in here, an' I
saw her go in a while back."
"Well, you'd better move on. They
don't care to have people hanging
Upstairs the girl had dared to open
her door and had been relieved to find
the elevator boy there with the two
"The gentleman's below, an' he says
he'll wait, an' he sent these up," said
the boy, depositing his burden and
She locked her door once more, for
somehow a great fear had stolen over
her now that she was again dressed in
her own garments and could be easily
She opened the large box and read Xl TVr .2 SajmS'
j v "See! I have carried them there ever
the card lying on the top:
These are my wedding gifts to you,
dear. Put them on and come as soon as
possible to the one who loves you better
than anything else in life.
Her eyes shone brightly and her
cheeks grew rosy red as she lifted out
from its tissue paper wrappings a
long, rich coat of Alaska seal, with
exquisite brocade lining. She put it
on and stood a moment looking at
herself in the glass. She felt like one
who had for a time lost her identity,
and has suddenly had it restored. Such
nave at large.- He neipea ner out ana
drew her arm firmly within his own.
"Don't be afraid any more. I will take
care of you."
He telephoned a careful description
of the two men and their whereabouts,
and before he had hung up the re receiver
ceiver receiver a man had started posthaste for
the Y. W. C. A. building.
Then Tryon Dunham put the girl
tenderly into the carriage, and to di divert
vert divert her attention he opened the box
of flowers and put a great sheaf of
white roses and lilies-of-the-valley Into
the little gloved hands. Then, taking
her In his arms for the first time, he
kissed her. He noticed the shabby
gloves, and, putting hi3 hand in his
breast pocket, drew out the white
carried them there ever
since you sent them back! My sister
never asked for them. I kept them
for your sake."
The minister met them at the door
with a welcoming smile and hand handshake;
shake; handshake; and led them forward. As the
music hushed for the words of the cer ceremony,
emony, ceremony, he leaned forward to the young
man and whispered:
"I neglected to ask you her name,
"Oh, yes." The young man paused
In his dilemma and looked for an in-
earments had been ordinary rnmfort Etant at the sweet face of the girl be-
of her former life. She had not been side him- Bu he could not let tis
warm enough in the coarse black :11IcliU bt Vuat uo um DOt Know ine
The other box contained a beautiful
hat of fur to match the coat. It was
simply trimmed with one long, beauti beautiful
ful beautiful black plume, and in shape and gen general
eral general appearance was like the hat he
had borrowed for her use in the fall.
She smiled happily as she set it upon
her head, and then laughed outright as
she remembered her shabby silk
gloves. Never mind. She could take
name of his wife-to-be, and with quick
; tought he answered, "Mary!"
The ceremony' proceeded, and the
; minister's voice soundedout solmenly
' in the empty church: "Do you, Tryon,
; take this woman whom you hold by
j the hand to be your lawful wedded
The young man s fingers held the
timid hand of the woman firmly as he
I answered, "I do."
Do you, Mary, take this man?"
them nff tvhpn sTi ron nhaA tVio
church cariie the next question, and the girl
She packed the little black dress j LJe? Up with cIeareyes and said, "I
into the suitcase, folded the felt hat on
the top with a. tender pat, and, putting
Then the minister's wife, who knew
and prized Trj'on Dunham's friendship,
said to herself: "It's all right. She
When the solemn words were
spoken that bound them together
through life, and they had thanked
their kind friends and were once more
out in the carriage, Tryon said:
"Do you know you haven't told me
your real name yet?"
' She laughed happily as the carriage
started on its way, and answered,
"Whv. tt is Marv!"
on her gloves, hurried down to the one i
who waited for her. j
The matron had gone upstairs to
the linen closet and left the girl with
the discontented upper lip in charge
in the office. The latter watched the j
elegant lady in the rich furs come
down the hall from the elevator, and
wondered who she was and why she
ihad been upstairs. Probably to visit
some poor protegee, she thought. The
girl caught the. lovelight in the eyes
of Tryon Dunham as he rose to meet
his bride, and she 'recognized him as!
the same man who had been in close
converse with the Cheaply dressed girl j
in the parlor an hour before, and
sneered as she wondered what the fine ; We offer one nundred dollars re re-lady
lady re-lady in furs would think If she knew ;ward for any cage of catarrh that
about the other girl. Then they went cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
out to the carriage, past the baggy, Cure.
rubbered man, who shrank back sad-! F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
denly behind a stone column and We the undersigned have known
watched them. iF- J- Cheney for the last 15 years,
As Dunham shut the door, he looked fn",?,?
A,-r.4. t i, iin aH business transactions. and fin-
back just in time to see a slight man,; anciallv abie to carry out any obli obli-with
with obli-with dark eyes and hair, hurry up and Rations made by his firm. National
iBank of Commerce, Toledo, O.
' v J Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in-
I jternally, acting directly upon the
s fegf? ,l)looc anc mucous surfaces of the
I rryptS ..system. Testimonials sent free. Price
W H J" ? m ia cents per bottle. Sold by all drug
j Take Hall's Family Pills for con constipation,
stipation, constipation, adv
What Day Do You Think It Is? tf
Wisdom Comes With Years.
A boy has to be at least fifteen
years old before he realizes that actual
war looks altogether differently from
the military parade.
STRENGTHEN' WEAK KIDNEYS
Two Breathless Individuals Hurried
touch the baggy man on the shoulder.
The latter pointed toward their car carriage.
riage. carriage. "See!" said Dunham. "I believe
those are the men who were hovering
around the house last night."
The girl leaned forward to look, and
then drew back with an exclamation
of horror as the carriage started.
"Oh, that man is my cousin Rich Richard,"
ard," Richard," she cried.
"Are you sure?" he asked, and a
look of determination settled into his
"Perfectly," she answered, looking
out again. "Do you suppose he has
"I suppose he has, but we'll soon
turn the tables." He leaned out and
spoke a word to the driver, who drew
up around the next corner in front of
a telephone pay station.
"Come with me for just a minute,
dear. I'll telephone to a detective bu bureau
reau bureau where they know me and I have
that man watched. He is unsafe to
Don't suffer long with weak kid kidneys.
neys. kidneys. You can get prompt relief by
taking Electric Bitters, that wonder wonderful
ful wonderful remedy, praised by women every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Start with a bottle today,
you will soon feel like a new woman
with ambition to work, without fear
'of pain. Mr. John Dowlias of San
Francisco, writes: "Gratitude for
the wonderful effect of Electric Bit Bitters
ters Bitters prompts me to write. It cured
my wife when ail else failed." Good
for the liver as well. Nothing better
for indigestion or biliousness. Price
f 50 cents and ?1. Sold by Tydings &
What Day Do You Think It Is? tf
Wash rags and bath towels at the
-ourt Pharmacy. $-2
Do You Wear
If you do they should always
be spotless and nicely pressed.
Preying and cleaning is our
business. Call phone twenty twenty-one.
one. twenty-one. DODSON & RENTZ.
of our service is its promptness;
You are waited on when you enter
the store. Yoji are not urged to buy
We expect the character of our
to do the selling. So pay us a visit
no matter how little time you can
spare. The goods and prices will tell
you lots and prompt attention will
enable you to buy as quickly as you
desire. But take longer if you can.
A. E. BURNETT
Special Prices on Recovering Auto Tops:
Runabouts SS::::::::::;:.::::::::::: SS&:
4-Passengerj: KS;::::::::::::::::::::: $K
SPaccpriffori Rubber $20.00
.rddOUIIgCI j Mohair 25.00
Coods subject to examination. Test of goods seen at
shop. Workmanship the best.
OCALA AUTO TOP CO.
J. J. McCRANIE, Manager.
TRANSFER AND FIREPROOF STORAGE
COLLIER BROS., Proprietors.
Teams for Light
and Heavy Hauling.
B aggage Service
Superior to Plaste
or Ceiling in
Quality or Price.
R. C. MUNCASTER
BURGLARY. EMPLOYEES LIABILITY
Ocala House Block
HEADQUARTERS FOR WIRE FENCE
We have Just received a carload of the Famous SOUTHERN Wlrei
Fencing, Staples and Hay Wire and are In pasltion to make you some
attractive prices on it. We are the only dealers in this section of the'j
country that handle this brand of fence and have demonstrated in the
past that it is absolutely the. best and strongest fence on, the market,
and running it as we have in competition with many inferior grades J
of wire fence. We have had some phenomenal sales on It and,,
made many friends and customers. Give us your order, if the goodly
don't make good we will. x.
IKoigM &. Lang
Get my prices on that new Bungalow, Cottage, Residence or Y
Store, Office Building or School House. My prices are Right, my J
COXTRACTOR AND BUILDER
"If I do it, it's don Right."
P. O. Box 356
I To a Person Who Prides f.
I Himsell on His Appearance f
g Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen J:
I is a necessity. To supply that ne-
I cessity is Our Business,
I Ocala Steam Laundry f
Phone 101. Y
402-401 S. Main Street
, OCAIiA, FLORIDA
Read our UNCLASSIFIED ADS. for your wants
THE OCALV EVEXIXG STAR. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1913
! UUALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS I
(If you have any items for this
In Thursday's issue the linein the
"better baby contest" article, read reading,
ing, reading, "The prizes, many in old,"
should have read, "money in goldT
and the building committee of the
Woman's Club met yesterday with
Mrs. G. K. Williams at the home of
Sirs. Perdue, instead of with Mrs.
William Hocker. c
Mr. and Mr3. Eugene Rivers leJ
yesterday for Santa Fe to visit the
former's sister, Mrs. Wimberly. Mr.
Rivers will return to Ocala tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow to attend to business and Mon
iJC vvi,. juiu duu iuCJ)or ten and the thvr guests includ
win go to vvorthington Springs for a
Misses Bessie Marshal and Evola
Strong left today for Wildwood to
visit Miss Unie Nichols.
Mrs. Fred McAteer and baby and
Misses Maude McAteer and Frankie
Lofton are guests of Mrs. E. F. New Newport
port Newport at Eastlake.
Miss Annie Holley left today for a
visit to friends in Gainesville.
The Tribune says: Miss Sue Barco
and Mr. McLean of Clearwater mo motored
tored motored to Tampa yesterday in liss
Barco's Stoddard-Dayton touring car.
Mrs. R. E. Bonefield and bright
young son Frank, who have been in
Ocala at the Wisteria hotel for some
time, have gone to Ohio for an in indefinite
definite indefinite stay.
Mrs. Richard Dodge will arrive
Wednesday from her home at Cape
Charles,. Va., to visit her parents,
Dr. and Mrs. W. V. Newsom. Mrs.
Dodge, was a beautiful bride of last
June and her first home-coming
since her marriage is being antici anticipated
pated anticipated by her host of relatives and
. wide circle of frionr,a
Miss Maggie (Lee Lytle passed thru
( Ocala today fronvjt&i home at Stan Stanton
ton Stanton en route to Livg Oak, where she
will teach in the public schooLftis
Mrs. Mary Eagleton left today for
Philadelphia to visit her daughter
Margaret, for ten days. En route
home she will stop 'in New York
Miss Catherine Livingston, who
attends Mary Allen! school in Bir
mingham, Ala., Heft I for there today
tttcontinue her studies
The Ocala contingent who are
'summering in Asheville, N. C, write
that they are enjoying ideal weather
and are sleeping under double blan
kets at night
Mr. William And&on left for At
lanta today, where hd will resume
his course of study "atGeorgia Tec
MrsXula-Br-Bfaarord, who fre
quently visits Mrs. Clarence Camp,
Is expected to reach her home in
Tampa tomorrow from Virginia and
New York, where she has been for
the entire summer. At the latter
place Mrs. Bradford was In a sani sanitarium
tarium sanitarium receiving treatment for in injuries
juries injuries sustained in an accident last
Mr. Jake Brown, has received a
letter from Dr. D.XI. Smith and, wife
who are touring ICurope. The doctor
and Mrs. Smithwere In Berlin, and
were having ahiyry pleasant vaca vacation.
tion. vacation. They jtoll go to southern
Europe and see the classic cities of
Italy before returning home.
Mrs. W. H.. Chaille, of Miami,
spent several days In the city recent recently,
ly, recently, the guest of her daughter, Mrs.
R. L. Harper, en route to Kentucky.
Upon her return Mrs. Chaille will
visit her daughter for several weeks.
Messrs. Leslie Anderson and Wiley
purford will Ieavtf Sunday for
'school, the former reoing to Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia to begin a four-year surgery
mr tresn Koasiea
25c, 35c, 40c per Pound
Florida Tomatoes, large size.... 10c
Fla. Tomatoes, small size 3 for 25c
Block's Crackers, t 5c. pkgs for 23c
Block's Crackers, 3 10c pkgs. for 25c
course at Jefferson College and the
latter to PriTiTTonJ N. J., to resume
his studies. Mr. Anderson has been
at Washington nd Lee University,
but recently decayed'' to give up hi-
coETrre tfee -Slid enter Jefferson.
MesM. Zewadski Honor Guests at
was the dinner
.event of the week
party last evening given by Dr. and
Mrs. Walter Hood in .honor of their
nephews, MessW Guy, Clarence and
Olaf Zewadski, sonjf of Mr. and Mrs.
W. K. Zewadski. A Covers were laid
Esther. Ley, M argue r it
carina i.ate tcentz.
An elegant course dinner was
beautifully served and the hour and
a half around the festive board was
very informal and equally delight delightful.
ful. delightful. After dinner Dr. and Mrs. Hood
took their guests to the Temple.
The party was a farewell one for
Messrs. Clarence and Olaf Zewadski,
who left today for Ann Harbor :
Mich., where the former will con continue
tinue continue his law course at the University
of Michigan and. the latter will enter
the university, being a graduate of
the Ocala High School last spring.
Mr. Guy Zewadski returned from
Ann HaTbor a few wreeks ago with a
degree from the law department and
he will be with his parents until he
takes the' state bar examinations, go going
ing going to Tampa afterwards to join his
brother, Mr. W. K. Zewadski, Jr., in
the practice oft law.
General and Mrs. H. W. Long oi
Martel were prominent out of town
visitors today. Mrs. Long was the
guest of Mrs. W. K. Zewadski, and
General Long joined them for din dinner.
ner. dinner. Misses Cora Tabor and
Kreigsman left today for a
relatives at Eustis.
Misses Gerard, and McCormick,
wo or ucaia s emcient trained
nurses, are visiting friends at the
Miss Alice Martin will leave next
week to visit her uncle and aunt, Mr.
and Mrs. 'E. W. Martin, and her
cousins, Gov. and Mrs. John Slaton,
la Atlanta, Ga. She will be away
until November. Jacksonville Me-
J Miss Martin is a grand niece of
Col. and Mrs. J. M. Martin' and has
frequently been an admired guest in
What Day Do You Think It Is? tf
CONCORDIA LODGE F. U. OF A.
oncordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
America, meets in Yonge's Hall
Lb'n the second Thursday evening of
ech- month. Geo. L. Taylor, F.M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad
ORDER OF EASTERN" STAR
Eastern Star Chapter 29, regular
meeting first Friday night each
month at Yonge's Hall. Visitors wel welcome.
come. welcome. Florrie Condon, Sec'y.
Mrs. A. E. Burnett,
What Day Do You Think It Is? tf
Some of Heinz Good
Things to Eat:
Italian Style Spaghetti.
Tomato, Celery and Pea Soup.
East India Chutney.
Sour Mixed Pickles.
Sweet Mixed Pickles.
Sour Spiced Pickles.
Evaporated Horse Radish.
Elderberry and Apple Jellv.
Pure Malt Cider, White Pick Pickling.
ling. Pickling. Spiced Salad and Dill
Peach, Strawberry, Raspberry
and Cherry Preserves.
O. K. TEA-POT
HOSPITAL NURSES AND
PATIENTS IN THEIR NEW HOME
The patients in the old hospital
building were transferred to the new
one last night, and Miss Marshall
and her assistants are busy arrang arranging
ing arranging their new home.
The hospital will be opened to the
public tomorrow afternoon and eve evening,
ning, evening, 2 to 5 and 7 to 9, and it is to
be hoped our people will take a look
at the institution and resolve to give
it all the help in their power.
Heidleberg, Germany, Sept. 19.
Princess Sophia of Saxe-Welmar-Eisennach
commited suicide yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. Her boJy, with a bullet wound
in the temple, was found in her
room. The death of the princess
was due to a love affair. She was
engaged to Hans Von Bleichroeder,
son. of the senior member of one of
the most powerful banking houses
in Germany. When the engagement
was announced prematurely some
months ago, it was learned that the
reigning duke, Prince William Ern Ernest,
est, Ernest, strenuously prohibited the union,
unless the princess renounced all her
titles and dignities. This she refus refused
ed refused to do.
Princess Sophia and her parents
were much beloved in Heidelberg
for their interest in the poor and the
general public welfare.
IMPEACHMENT PROCEEDINGS -COMMENCED
AT A LISA NY
t Albany, N. Y., Sept. 19. William
Sulzer, governor of New York, charg charged
ed charged by the assembly with high crimes
and misdemeanors, failed to appear
iu person yesterday before the high
court of impeachment when it con convened
vened convened to begin the trial which will
determine his guilt or innocence.
Instead, his attorneys entered a
"special appearance" in the gover governor's
nor's governor's behalf, and challenged the or organization
ganization organization of the court and its jur jurisdiction.
isdiction. jurisdiction. The objections of counsel were
swept aside temporarily by Chief
Judge Edgar M. Cullen of "thp. court
of appeals, presiding, and the im impeachment
peachment impeachment tribunal proceded to or organize.
Thirty-Eight Votes Necessary
The impeachment court as( consti constituted
tuted constituted numbered fifty-seven, of which
forty-eight are senators and nine
judges' of the court of appeals. A
two-thirds majority of the court is
required by the constitution' to con convict.
vict. convict. ?
SENT THEIR NAMES
TO THE SENATE
Waashington, Sept. 19 President
Wilson made the following nomina nominations
tions nominations yesterday:
Joseph W. Folk, of Missouri, soli solicitor
citor solicitor for the department of state.
James B. Perkins, United States
marshal northern district of Florida.
J. Clifford Brown, United "States
marshal southern district of Florida.
GREAT HONOR WILL RE
PAID TO MEMORY OF GAYNOR
New York, Sept. 19. All arrange arrangements
ments arrangements were completed yesterday eve evening
ning evening for the tribute the city will pay
to its dead executive, William J.
Gaynor, whose body was landed
from the steamer Lusitania here to today.
day. today. J. E. CHACE
. Dental Surgeon
Rooms 9, 10, 11, Holder Block
L. F. BLALOCK
Office Over Commercial Bank
SI. C. IZIiAR
"Office Law Library Building
J. G. PURVIS
Office Over Nash Dry Goods Store
Attorney at Lair
Office Second Floor Munroe and
Chambliss Bank Building
Mcintosh, Sept, 18. Mrs. E. L.
Price has returned- from a several
months' visit to her parents in Col Columbus,
umbus, Columbus, Ga.
Mr. C. F. Farren arrived last week
from Chicago, where he has been
looking after some of his interests.
While there Mr. .Farren had an at attack
tack attack of fever, and was confined seve several
ral several weeks, bat we are' glad to say
that he looks rather strong and hear hearty
ty hearty at present.
Miss Annette Gist left Monday for
Nashville, Tenn., where she will at attend
tend attend school, while Miss Ida Murrell
left the same dajT for Southern Col College.
lege. College. Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Rush arrived
on Monday. Mrs. Rush was Miss
McAdams, of South Carolina and was
much liked here, having ben here
about five years ago. They were
married a week ago, and after taking
in Atlanta and other points of inter interest,
est, interest, turned towards Mcintosh. They
were met at the train by a small
crowd which showered them with
rice, and that night the young folks
of town, thirty-five in number, jour journeyed
neyed journeyed to the home of Mr. E. W. Rush
(brother of the groom) where the j
newly marriea couple was stopping,
and tin panned them in good style.
After a social hour they departed,
leaving many wishes for the health
and future happiness of the young
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ayer of Ocala,
were in town Sunday.
It is a little late in the season, but
we want to call jour attention to
a nobby line of bathing caps which
you can find at the Court Pharm Pharmacy.
acy. Pharmacy. 9-2
DON'T LET RARY SUFFER WITH
ECZEMA AND SKIN FRUITIONS
Babies neec a perfect skin-covering.
Skin eruptions cause them not
onlv intense suffering, but hinder
their growth. DR. HOBSO.V8 ECZ ECZEMA
EMA ECZEMA OINTMENT can be relied on
for relief and permanent cure of suf suffering
fering suffering babies whose skin eruptions
have made their life miserable. "Our
baby was afflicted with breaking out
of 4the skin all over the face and
scalp. Doctors and skin specialists
ailed 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., Pbilalelphia. Pa ad
You no longer have to go on day
after day cooking and serving in the
same old way.
Give a casserole dinner in Guernsey
Say for instance ; Soup cooked and served
in petite marrnites; then a steak En Cas Casserole
serole Casserole with, potatoes au gratih;and end
with a custard cooked in those dainty
Guernsey custard cups and coffee served
piping hot from a Guernsey Coffee Pot.
This is but one of the hundreds of
pleasing little dinners that will
Guernsey Earthenware itself is inex inexpensive
pensive inexpensive and the many ways it can be
used to appetizingly and attractively uti utilize
lize utilize the 1 left-overs' will appeal instantly
to every house-wife. ? t
Learn now about this new way to
cook. Come in andseeGuernsey in
all shapes from the custard cups to the
H. B. MASTERS CO.
THE HOUSE OF QUALITY
Hardware Department, OCALA, FLA.
"an honest man may have a bad title through no fault of his own'
"a got hI man does not always mean a gin.d title
"men pass away, titles run on forever.'
"au abstract of title is the only means by which you can determine
whether you are buying land or a lanuit"
floridi title miuI altrMrt m.
Where Shall I
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA r
STANDS FOR BEST DEVELOPMENT
OF BODY. MIND AND SPIRIT- OF
VOUNG 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
inl foreian countries last session.
TI'ITION FRED. BOARD ATD EN ENTRANCE
TRANCE ENTRANCE FEES. S132.1.0 per year. Write
today for catalogue.
7-24-tf A. A. MI'KPHREE, Prenldeat.
Broadway and 14th street. Union Sail a re. J
Clean, Comfortable, Convenient and
Home Like Hotel, on the Amer-
ican and European Plans.
Go To School 4
STATE, COIXEGE FOR WOMEN
College of Arts and Sciences. Normal
School with Kindergarten Department,
School "of Music, School of Art. School
of Expression, Home Economics with
Extension Division Beautiful location
beautiful buildings and first-class
equipmer throughout, including gym gymnasium
nasium gymnasium and swimming pool. Forty Forty-two
two Forty-two members of the faculty and other
officers. Four hundred and thirteen
students from forty-five Florida coun counties
ties counties and ten states.
TUITION FREE. BOARD AND EN ENTRANCE
TRANCE ENTRANCE FEES. $124 per year. Fo
'-2DtVAUD ro.VHADI, Pre.ide.t
American Plan, $2 per day and up.
European Plan, $1 per day and
up. Special Weekly Rates.
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1913
There's a world of satisfac satisfaction
tion satisfaction ilLbuyingUneedaBiscuit
because you know you will
get what you want soda
crackers that are oven-fresh,
crisp, clean, appetizing and
Uneeda Biscuit are always uniform
' in quality they are always alike
. in crispness, in, flavor they are
soda crackers you can depend
upon. And' all .because Uneeda
Biscuit are uncommon soda crack crackers
ers crackers packed in an uncommon way.
Five cents .everywhere in the
.NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
Are Cordially Invited to
Call and Select Your
Fall and' Winter
i We know you will be delighted with our beautiful display
PURE WOOL Patterns in great variety.embracing
I Mew fall Styles
From which to make your own selection to meet your individual
taste and requirement of every detail, and we will make to" your
measure a guaranteed pure WOOLEN ; GARMENT
For which you would' have to pay $30.00 to $35.00 elsewhere
; than at our shop. We make this statement knowing you will
ao-foo T.r?fVi tia after vnn ST7!P7 OTTR T.TVPV Hnr parmsnte are all
I j Rl niku v. t v, w .-j - u "
'A old water shrunk before being made upy and are guaranteed ab ab-xfolutely
xfolutely ab-xfolutely every thread pure wool. We are able to do this because
f wo are hnrVfr1 hv thfi lare-Ast mprrhant tailorine organization in
the world, employing only the very best union tailors in America,
with establishments throughout the United States, doing an enor enormous
mous enormous volume of business, otherwise it would hardly be possible to
make the above prices. COME TO SEE US.
Tn 'Ti n
i X U JLLIJLIJLJULI'
3LARION-DUNN .MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. &
A. M. meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings pf each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
C. E. Simmons, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
ANOTHER PRECOCIOUS CHILD
One Cause of Family Trouble.
Good Dr. Josiah OldSeld has discor discor-ered
ered discor-ered that "although marriages are
made in heaven, they are too often
marred at the breakfast table." But
we find that they are still oftener
marred at the dinner table. This is be because
cause because of small platters. Statistics
teach us that 9.4 husbands out of ev every
ery every ten carve on platters so ruinous
to tablecloths, shirt fronts, coiffures,
wall paper, ceilings and the moral na nature
ture nature of man, woman and child that the
only logical consequence is dispute.
DON'T TAKE THE
If Your Liver Gets Lazy You Need a
Liver Tonic, Not Merely a Lax Laxative
ative Laxative for the Bowels
Many people take a simple laxative
when their liver gets sluggish rather
than take, calomel, which they know
to be dangerous. But a mere laxa laxative
tive laxative will not start a sluggish liver.
What is needed is a tonic that will
liven up the liver without forcing
you to stay at home and lose a day
from your business..
You have such a tonic in Dodson's
! Liver Tone. Dodson's Liver Tone
must be all they claim for it because
they guarantee it to take the place
of dangerous calomel and agree to
hand back the money with a smile to'
any person who tries Dodson's Liver
Tone and is not satisfied with the re relief
lief relief it gives.
Dodson's Liver Tone is a harmless
vegetable liquid with a pelasant
taste, and is a prompt and reliable
remedy for constipation, biliousness,
sour stomach, and the other trou troubles
bles troubles thatceme from a torpid liver.
The Court Pharmacy gives it its
personal guarantee and if you will
ask about this guarantee you will
protect yourself against imitations
that are not guaranteed. Large hot
tie of Dodson's Liver Tone is ,5(
cents. Ad. 26
All those who have a torpid liver,
weak digestion or constipated bow
els, look out for chills. The season
is here and the air is full of disease
germs. The proper thing to do is
to put your liver in good condition
and purify the stomach and bowels.
SIMMON'S RED Z LIVER REGULA REGULATOR
TOR REGULATOR is the right remedy. It answers
the purpose cpmpletely. Price large
package, -$1; small size, 25- -cents.
Sold by all druggists.- ad
Whon the tongue of slander stings
jdhee let this be thy comfort: They
are not the worst fruits on which the
wasps alight. Gottfried Burger.
A director in one of the great
transcontinental railroads was show showing
ing showing his three-year-old daughter the
pictures in a work on natural "his
tory. Pointing to a picture of a
zebra, he. asked the baby to tell him
what it represented.
Baby answered "Colty."
Pointing to a picture of a tiger in
the same way, she answered "Kitty."
Then a lion, and she answered "Dog
gy." Elated with her seeming quick
perception, he then turned to the
picture of a chimpanzee and said:
"Baby what is this?"
A budding author who was making
excursions into humor sent a para paragraph
graph paragraph to the editor of a daily paper.
Not finding it printed within a rea reasonable
sonable reasonable time or hearing from the edi editorial
torial editorial department he wrote about Its
welfare: "I sent you a Joke about ten
days ago. I have heard nothing re respecting
specting respecting its safe receipt, and should bo
glad to hear whether you have seen,
it." The editor's reply was as fol follows:
lows: follows: "Your joke arrived safely, but
up to the present we have not seen it
Justifies Impatient Father.
Law Notes quotes the following from
the opinion of Justice Riddell of the
high court of justice, Ontario, in a
habeas corpus case over the custody
of a child: "And even if he did not
wish his sleep to be broken by a cry crying
ing crying infant, it is understood that this Is
not without precedent in the tendereet
and most conscientious of fathers."
A TEXAS WONDER
The Texas Wonder cures kidney
. and bladder troubles, dissolves grav
el, cures diabetes, weak and lame
backs, rheumatism, and all' Irregular Irregularities
ities Irregularities of the kidneys and' bladder in
both men ajid 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
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
xs prepared to do alL kinds of auto automobile
mobile automobile repairing on short notice.
None but first-class workmen em employed,
ployed, employed, and therefore, I am in po position
sition position to guarantee every job that
leaves the place. Rates will be found
reasonable" as high-class workman workmanship
ship workmanship and good material can be fur furnished
nished furnished GIVE ME A TRIAL
T. C. Luckle,
Building formerly occupied by Idea.
WHEN YOU YAWN
A GOOD DEAL
In the day time, and feel dull,
lazy and discouraged, you have
every symptom of a torpid
Simmons Red Z Liver Reg Regulator
ulator Regulator (The Powder Form) is
a fine tonic for a disordered
liver. It acts promptly. The
bilious impurities which have
interfered with the free action
of the liver are driven out, the
stomach is cleansed and
strengthened so that it can
more thoroughly digest food.
The bowels are purified and a
regular habit re-established.
It is a splendid medicine for
the whole system, Promotes
a feeling of energy, mental
activity and cheerful spirits.
Sold by Dealers. Price, large package, $1.$0
Aik for the grnoin with the Bed Z on the label. I f
yon cannot get it. remit to oi. we will send by mail
postpaid, bimmona Liver crrolator U HM pet op IB
liquid form for tboee who prefer it. Price, ei.OO per
bettle. Look for the Bed Z label.
J. H. ZE1UM t CO., Preps, SL Louis, Ka.
Lost, Found, j
For Rent and Si
lots, east Oklaw
gain. Apply atl
nted, For Sale
ilar Local Needs
We can save .you money on your
Furniture and Household Furnish Furnishing
ing Furnishing purchases. A large stock of both
new and second-hand furniture.
We make a specialty of the IN INSTALLMENT
STALLMENT INSTALLMENT BUSINESS, and can
make "you low prices and easy terms.
Try our method, you will like it.
Second-Hand Furniture Bought at
Highest Market Price.
at reasonable ri
L., care tSar. f
vo choice corner
i avenue. Big bar bar-ar
ar bar-ar office. 8 2S-tf
second hand ice
box; one that t 1 hold 100 pounds
of ice; must bei
p good repair and
e. Address S. K.
with bath, etc.,!
South Seventh j
A light sorrel
and tail; whites
years and five
eral reward for
kin, Sparr, Fla.
on gilt-edged re
3ix room couase
orner Watula and
treets. Apply at
-D OR STOLEN
ire with flax mane
star in face; two
onths old. A lib lib-eturn
eturn lib-eturn to J. J. Gas-9-8-4t
ED $3000 wanted
1 estate security.
bare Star. 9-6-4 t
G C. SHEPHARD,
Holder Block, Rooms 9 and 10.
1 i : ; R
i 5- r-
SITUATION WANTED By an
able-bodied and intelligent man, able
and willing to do any work. Has
been in the sawmill business and is
familiar with machinery, and will
take any position offering a fMr re remuneration.
muneration. remuneration. Address, Box ISO,
Ocala, Fla. 9-10-tf
HOUSE FOR RENT A six-room
house near high school, $12:50 per
month. Apply to H. P. Bitting at
Tydings' drugstore. 9-13-3td
FOR RENT Four furnished
rooms for light housekeeping, two
blocks from courthouse. Apply at
206 N. Main street, or call for Mc Mc-Lucas
Lucas 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 cistern
tern cistern water. Mrs. P. H. Gillen, No.
1 S. 5th St. 9-10-Gt
The Success Furniture
Between Market and Laundry
Phone 481. OCALA. FLA.
Anger Is more tiresome than hard
work and doesn't pay as well. At Atchison
chison Atchison t"
To Cure Salt Rheum
and Scaly Skin
A most Effective Treatment
and Quick in Results.
Call Phone 267
Ocala Meat Market
when you want First-class
Fresh Meat, Fish or Vege Vegetables.
tables. Vegetables. Corn-fed pork from
ray own farm. Al Rhame,
Ocala's best cutter, will
serve you. Prompt delivery.
D. N. WALDRON,
412 X. Magnolia St., Ocala, Fla.
Carn Building, OCALA, FLA.
Clothes Bought of us Are
Pressed FREE OF
DO YOU FEAR CONSUMPTION?
Xo .matter how chronic your cough
or how severe your .throat or lung
ailment .is. Dr. King's Xew 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
ot live two years. I used Dr.
King's Xew 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
What Day Do You Think It Is? tf
What Every One Knows.
Journalism will not become a pro profession,
fession, profession, because everybody knows
how to run a newspaper. Sioux City
SAFEST LAXATIVE FOIt WOMEN
arpentcr and Builder.
Careful Estimates Made on All Con
tract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
Xearlv everv woman needs a good
laxative. Dr. King's Xew Life Pills
are good because they are prompt
and safe, and do not cause pain
Mrs. M. C. Dunlap. of Leadill, Tenn.
says: "Dr. King's Xew Life Pills
helped her troubles greatly." Get a
box today. Price 25 cents. Recom Recommended
mended Recommended by Tydings & Co. ad.
Salt rheum, scaly skin and other itch itching
ing itching skin anlictions may be soothed by by-frequent
frequent by-frequent applications of witch hazel.
But the cure must come from the ac activity
tivity activity of the fine network of blood
vessels that make up the skin forma formation.
tion. formation. Tou should use S. S. S. for the
blood. This splendid remedy is a mar marvel
vel marvel for salt rheum, eczema, lupus, pso psoriasis
riasis psoriasis and scrofula. Ask at any drug1
store for a bottle of S. S. S., and you
are then on the road to. health. The
action of this remarkable remedy is
direct, posftive, certain in its Influence.
It is one of those rare medical forces
which act in the blood with the same
degree of certainty that is found in all
Out through every skin pore acids,
germs and other blood impurities are
forced in the form of invisible vapor.
There is scarcely a community any
where but what has its living example
of the wonderful curative effects of
S. S. S. Get a bottle of this famous
remedy to-day, and If your case Is
stubborn or Deculiar. write to The
Swift Specific Co., JS8 Swift Labora
iorv. Atlanta. Ga.
Beware of all substitutes for S. S. S.,
the remedy you can depend upon for
safety and effectiveness.
a-Itgftti Grade IPpIntinig
tall at the blAK Jul Urritt
What Day Do You Think It Is? tf
This is a prescription prepared especip'Ty
for MALARIA or CHILIS & FEVER.
Five or six doses will break cny case, and
if tr.!:?a then cz s. tcnic the Fever will r.ct
retv !. it .icts on the liver better t3r
Calomel and- does cot gripe or sicken. 25.
'Queen o! Sea Routes'5
hERCHANTS' A 3IIXERS. TRAS. CO
Savannah, Baltimore, Philadelphia
Boston and Providence
Fine steamers; hest service; low
fares: wireless telegraph. Through
tickets to and from principal poinu
Send for booklet,
H. C. AVERY, Agent,
L. D. JONES. C. A.
Seminole Hotel. Jacksonville. Fla
Finest coastwise Trip in the World"
WANTED Position as stenogra stenographer
pher stenographer by student of Tampa Business
College. Ocala preferred. A. T.
Moore, Plant City, Fla., box 513. 17
FOR SALE OR RENT A seven seven-room,
room, seven-room, two-story residence, with bath
and lights; 745 E. Adams street. Ap Apply
ply Apply to Tydings drugstore. 9-17-6td
FOR RENT OR SALE New cot cottage,
tage, cottage, four rooms and bath, all mod modern
ern modern improvements. Rent reasonable,
or will sell and accept rent as month monthly
ly monthly payments. A. E. Gervais, 309
Pine street. 9-19-6t
; The wood season will soon be
here, and it isn't a bad plan to
prepare for its coming now. I
am in shape to fill a limited
amount of orders for well sea seasoned
soned seasoned OAK WOOD In any desir desired
ed desired lengths. Get my prices beforo
laying in your fall and winter
! supply. Call Phone or leave
your orders at the Count's Gro Grocery
cery Grocery Store, Cor Ft. King avenue
and S. Main street. i
J. H. J. COUNTS
George Giles, J. L. Wiley,
A St. George Richardson, Assistant Cashier
Frank P. Gadson,
(Not In corpo rated)
Do a General Banking Business, and Solicit the Patronage
of the Public.
Metropolitan Building South Magnolia si
antic Coast One
"Dixie Flyer" "Seminole Limited", "South Atlantic Lim
ited" Montgomery Route, through Pullman Cars from
Chicago, St. Louis, Cincinatti, Indianapolis, Grand Rapida
Cleveland, Louisville, Nashville, Atlanta and Birmingham
Dinina Cap. Service
For information call on M. R. WILLIAMS,
J. G. KIRKLAXD, Ticket Agent Ocala, Fla.
Division Passengei Agent, Tampa, Fla.
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, rRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19t 1913
TTIHIE look I
no ri0 fifl "i o Pi' TV
Over $25,000 Worth of Merchandise to be SACRIFICED to Raise CASH within TEN DAYS
atiriay, Sept. 20 aid mis
tit !. Possltlwdy no coitlraaice A
As the name of the Sale implies, this is the Mon,ey-Raising event. We have no hesitancy in announcing that we need cash, and need it now. We have just purchased
the stock of Harley Brothers store at the old stand of the Guarantee Clothing and 3'ios Store, and as th3 transaction is a cash one. we nave taken this method of raising the I
monev. The entire line of goods of The Globe will be thrown on the bargain counters for the coming ten days at nrices that buyers of this part of the country have never be- v
fore witnessed. As has always been our custom, we are offering New and Seasonable Merchandise, and not old and out-of-date stock.
Our offerings in this sale are goods purchased especially for this fall's business, hene you will not be asked to buy goods that you really will not need for months to come.
Read the accompanying prices and judge for yourself whether they are bargains or not. There will be n b lits throw 1 out to induce you to buy goods you do not need, nor are
there any goods in the store that we care especially to get rid of except to accomplish our purpose of raising a certain amount of ready cash.
You Never Dreamed or
For such prices have never before
existed, even in imagination. When
you have read these quotations it
won't take any further talking to
convince you that we are selling at
low prices. It's an easy matter to be
well dressed if you buy your fur furnishings
nishings furnishings at the Globe. Nothing sold
here but what is correct and up to
the minute. You'll need no urging
to lay in a supply from these specials.
iresiaeni suspenaers, me Desi ouc
suspender on the market.
Genuine Guyot Suspenders,
ported one. Best made.
Sale price .'
Balbriggan Undershirts, 35c
values-, sale price .....
Balbriggan Undershirts, 50c
values, sale price
We have a lot of Otis best make Un
derwear, $1 kind. Sale
Men's B. V. D. Underwear,
50c. values, sale price.
Men's Soft Collars, 15c kind,
sale price, 3 for.
Men's Rubber Rain Coats,
Money Raising Sale
Muslin, double stitched,
with military collars. .
50c. ilk Ties, sale
15c. Silk Ties, sale
Men's Wash Ties, to go in
15c five-ply Collars, in this
10c. four-ply Collars in this
Men's 50c. Belts to go in
this sale at
Men's 25c Belts to go in this
Men's $1 Shirts, in this sale
Men's 89c Shirts in this sale
Men's 50c. Shirts in this sale
Such Bargains in Men's jstacy-Adams $5, 5.50 and 6.50
and Boy's Furnishings.
Shoes at Screaming
Prices screaming to be reduced
from deeper cuts. Screaming to be
heard above the din made by the
thousands of other startling values
demanding attention in this big sale.
Scores of styles and every size with within
in within reason. No matter what you want
in the footwear line, we have it, and
everything is going at prices that
mean you'd better be here early If
you want some of these shoe bar bargains.
gains. bargains. You will hardly believe you
own eyesight to see the big values
in shoes we are offering during this
Means a great money-saving to the public, but cash is what we want, and
cash is what we. .MUST have at all costs, and we must have it NOW.
These goods are wbrth several times the prices at which we have marked
them to be sold during this sale in man' instances, and a comparison
with former prices here, as well as those asked by others, will prove our
assertion. Our past business record is a sufficient guarantee that every
statement here made will be backed up with "THE GOODS."
Elk Satin Shoes, $2.50
kind, in this sale. .
Men's Patent Leather Shoes,
price ?2.o0, in this
J).570 White House $4 qual- fcO QO
Ik Garters, 25c kind, ig BaiC ww
price XOC!Bys' A11 Leather Shoes, A
Night' Shirts, ' Plain White sale price 1
Men's Solid Leather Shoes,
price, $1.75, in this
Ladies' Vici Bluchers,
kind, In this sale
Men's Oxfords, Patent Leathers, the
It is with our hats as with every everything
thing everything else. We can only quote you
a few prices and give you a hint of
the quality, and for the rest you
must come and see for yourself.
$1.50 Hats, Samples, from 6 7-8 to
7 1-8, worth $1.50 to $1.25, in the
Money Raising Sale for
$1.50 Felt Hats, Money Money-Raising
Raising Money-Raising Sale price. .
.uaxim Hats, tne Dest at any price.
, m the Money Raising
We have a large line of Caps
men and boys at reduced prices.
Laces and embroideries at give giveaway
away giveaway prices the prices are so small
that they can scarcely be seen. Mic Microscopes
roscopes Microscopes furnished on request.
A Harvest of Bargains
in Ladies' Waists.
$3.50 Underskirts, Mon
ey Raising Sale price
$1.50 Night Gowns, Money
Raising Sale price. .
; Children's Drawers in the Mon
ey Raising Sale for
Corset Covers, nicely trim trimmed,
med, trimmed, sale price
59c Corset Covers, very neatly trim-
med, in the Money Rais Raising
ing Raising Sale for
Extremely Low Prices
on Dry Goods.
Corsets For A Song.
Everything in the Ladies' Fur Furnishing
nishing Furnishing Section is marked so low
that without a doubt this depart department
ment department will be closed out within the
next few days. It would be question questioning
ing questioning your good sense to doubt that
you would come and get your share
of these bargains. A most alluring
array of Fancy Waists and Shirt
Waists, and the prices are almost
cut in two. A big variety in ma materials
terials materials and makes, insuring you any
sty.le you want.
Twenty only White Jan Silk Waists.!
full front, trimmed with lace in-i$l
thls 9 c
Misses' Button Shoes, Velvet Uppers,
$2.50 regular price,
Old Ladies' Comfort, in
this sale for
J. & P. Coats Thread only 4
cents per spool.
Genuine Elastic Seam Scriven
Drawers which sell every everywhere
where everywhere for 75c, only 50 cents
Imitation Scrivens for 35c.
A Cyclone of Bargains
in Odd Trousers.
The effects of a cyclone would be
tame compared to the effect these
low prices will have on our Trouser
stock. It would be questioning your
good sense to doubt that you would
buy three or four new pairs of trous trousers
ers trousers while this magnificent bargain
opportunity is offered. They'll go
like hot cakes, so be here early ou
the opening day.
during this sale at 5 3-4 cts.
Fancy Table Oilcloth, 25c value, in
the Money Raising Sale -f r"
J. & P. Coats' Spool Thread, in
' the Money Raising Sale.
Perfection Mosquito Canopy, attach attachable
able attachable to beds, best of ( QQ
its kind, sale price. $1 t0
Good Pearl Buttons, first qual quality,
ity, quality, Money Raising Sale.
Ball Thread in Money Raising
Sale, two balls for
P.ins, 200 to each paper, in the
Money Raising Sale.'
Children's Drawers, all sizes,
in the Money Raising Sale
Children's Overalls, up to age twelve,
in the Money Raising Sale 01 -for
Men's Half Hose, 10c. quality,
Money Raising Sale price.
Men's Fancy Mercerized Half Hose,
25 cent kind, in the Mon Money
ey Money Raising Sale for....
the goods for the
Never was such a set of special
prices made on corsets as in this
' Money Raising Sale. Make your se selection
lection selection earl, for there'll be a rush
'in our corset department.
i$2 Corsets in the Money
j Raising Sale for
!$1.50 Corsets in Money
' Raising Sale for....
!$1.25 Corsets in the Money
I Raisine Sale for.
Corsets in the Money
Ladies' Waists, warrantqd
Voile, Money Raising Sale
You cannot buy
Linen Waists with Sailor Collars,
Middy Blouses, worth $1.2
ey Raising Saie price
60c. Shirt Waists in Money
Raising Sale, only.... only....-90c
90c only....-90c Shirt Waists in Money
$1.25 Shirt Waists in the
Money Raising Sale for
$1 Shirt Waists in Money
Raising Sale for........
$2.50 Shirt Waists in the d f j2
Raising Sale PX.VF47
Raising Sale for
GOc. Corsets in the Money
Raising Sale for
An immense line of Ladies' and
Misses Coats for the 1913 fall season
is here at prices ranging upward of
$4.98. They are made up in the lat latest
est latest styles of Plush, Caracal, Astrak Astrakhan
han Astrakhan and Silk Plush, beautifully lined
Ladies' and Children's Norfolk
Sweaters all colors.
Under Everything Else
Fleece Lined Underwear for
Men and Women, 33 cents.
this sale for $2.98.
We will pav $5 for proof that any other merchant makes claim that
his store is THE GLOBE STORE during this Sale. We have been inform informed
ed informed that unscruplous parties have in the past made misleading statements
to customers in search of our store, and claimed that they were The
Globe, and also they imitated our methods at the time the sales were
being conducted, in order to take advantage of the publicity that our ex extensively
tensively extensively advertised events always create.
But most important to your com comfort
fort comfort and well-being is our underwear
at under prices. All weights, all
sizes, all styles, but all good mater material
ial material and all well made all going at
Money Raising prices, the like of
which were never seen in Ocala. At
the value of the plain muslin In
I-xVn R Qfofenn I4 Cft i yards almost, without considering
jonn d. oieison nais, $j.pu, the cost of makjng an(j trimmings.
$4.00 and $5.00 kind. durine.And you don't have to make it over
I wnen you get u nome, eiin-er. uur
muslin underwear is ,well made, as
well as being a fine quality of goods.
Ladies' Underskirts in the
Money Raising Sale for.
Night Gowns in the Money
Raising Sale for
Chemise, $1 quality, in Mon Money
ey Money Raising Sale for. .
I Chemise, $K25 quality, in
J Mones' Raising Sale for.
J Short Chemise, 50c. quality,
j Money Raising Sale price
! Embroidered Underskirts, in
the Money Raising Sale
Black Satin Underskirts, in
the "Money Raising Sale
Underskirts, $1.50 quality,
Raising Sale price
All well made, and all worth more
for the material alone than we ask
for the complete garment.
Silk Underskirts, Money
Raising Sale price. .
Everything in the Dry Goods De Department
partment Department is marked lower than your
fondest dreams could picture. This
is certainly the ideal time to buy.
an i you owe it to yourself and fam family
ily family to take advantage of these prices.
Bleaching, -8, sale
Yard-wide Unbleached Sheet-
ing, 10c quality, sale price
Bleaching, Soft Finish, in this
; -Yard-wide Bleached Sheeting, Chal-
I lenge urana, iuc. ana 'Ifo
! 12 c quality; at t 'ZCf
Lonsdale Sheeting, 36 inches wide,
i 12 c quality, In this Ql
1 sale for O'Z
Fruit of the Loom Bleaching, ful
I yard wiJe. Just think, a OfL-
1 yard for 0'2C
(10c. and 12 c. Colored
I Lawns for OO
Fancy Pongees, all colors, newest
i shades, 25c values, in this r
sale for IOC
.Fidelity Ginghams, 12,c O--
! quality, sale price 02C
Plain Pongee, gfiod colors, Q,
i' Sale price JLZi'C
"English Serge, suitable for Skirts
j and Coat Suits, 20c val- Of-
i ues, sale price., X2C
Serpentine Crepe for Klmonas, beau beautiful
tiful beautiful designs, 25 cent -t ?
values, sale price IOC
LInene, all colors, 15c values, Q
Money Raising sale price iC
Mercerized Poplins, 25c. quality, nice
shades and some striped,
Money Raising Sale price JL' C
Brilliantines, in Money Rais- Of
Ing Sale marked as low as OttC
We have many different grades of
Wcolen Goods which we will sell at
remarkably low prices.
Amoskeag Gingham, the best on the
market, value 10c. Money ClU
Raising Sale price. 0'2C.
Outing Flannels, solid and fancy col colors,
ors, colors, 10c and 12c. quality, in O
the Money Raising Sale.. OC
The above are only a few items of
our Dry Goods. -We have a very
large variety and are almost sure
will nnd what you want.
We uree unon.vou to call and ex
amino ntir Kovcrofna In tViACA ranttti.
We Have a Notion several hun hundred
dred hundred notions, in fact, that we want
to share with you. You have no no-
tions until you investigate.
Men's Fancy Half Hose, Wilson
Brothers, best 50c hose made, in
the Money Raising Sale OC
Pure Silk Half Hose, 50c. quality, in
the Money Raising Sale OO
Wash Rags, Money Raising
Ladies' 7 cent Handkerchiefs,
Money Raising Sale price
We call Special Attention to the fact that these specials WILL NOT be sold to children
aturday Morning Specials!
From 9 to 9:30, Sept. 20.
Ten Yards of Calico For 25c
Only ten yards to n customer, and none sold to men or children
From 10 a. m. to 3 p. m., Sept. 20.
12 Pounds of Sugar For 50c
Only 12 pounds to a customer and none sold to children
A 1 t t fY i
If I 111 f
Monday Morning Specials!
From 9 to 10, Sent-
Only 5 yards to a customer and none sold to men or children.
From 10 to 11, Sept. 22.
Men's Good 50c Shirts For 25c.
Only I Shirt to a customer and none sold to women or children