The Ocala evening star


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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Vacation Time,
W?Tt TTnfiXTTTrrrtTT r-.n
The vacation season 13 just begin beginning
ning beginning and those In need of Trunks
should call and see our prices.
The Furniture Men
VOL. 20.
NO. 31
The Furniture Men




Marion Lummus is Now the
Colbert a Close Second,

is Holding Third Place in Fank's
Pony Contest


Contest Positively Ends Next Wednesday Night

A Vote For Every Ten Cent

This has certainly been the banner
week or this famous contest. There
were over ten thousand votes cast
for the two leaders alone, besides
thousands of votes which were scat scattered.
tered. scattered. We expect the biggest busi business
ness business during the contest for the next
few days. The candidates and their
friends are working very hard to
win the first prize, which is a beau beautiful
tiful beautiful Shetland Pony. There are now
three prize's in the contest and any
of them Is worth working for. The
second prize is the best Coaster Brake
Bicycle sold by the Ocala Bicycle
Shop. The third prize is a watch, a
ir-Jewel Elgin, O-Year Gold Filled
Case. AH the prizes are on display
at Frank's Store.
Candidates, this is your last week.
The contest ends next Wednesday
nght. The final count will be made
by the cashiers of the three Ocala
banks. The ballot box has been seal sealed
ed sealed and no one Will know the stand standing
ing standing of the candidates till the ballots
are counted by the judges of this
contest.. We are now issuing a yel yellow
low yellow ballot which will be the only
kind that will count in the final wind
up. Any of you candidates have yet
time to win the first prize. The stand standing
ing standing of the contestants is too close for
any one to lay down. To win in this
contest you must get out among your
friends and tell them that they must
help youi win the prize. Tell them
how to help you. Tell them that
with every ten cent purchase at
Frank's Store they get a vote. Tell
them that Frank's Is the place for
anything to wear, whether its made
up or not. Don't forget to tell them
that Frank has been in business for
over eight years and that during that
time he has always been looked up
to as the leader in real values. Tell
them that Frank was the first mer merchant
chant merchant In Ocala to have a real reduc reduction,
tion, reduction, sale. Tell them that Frank was
the originator of low prices, in Mar Marion
ion Marion county. Tell them that If it was
not for Frank most of the people of
this county would be sending away
for their goods, but now they buy
them from him.
TWs contest has been conducted in
the most fair and. Impartial manner
possible. In most contests it iscjs iscjs-tomary
tomary iscjs-tomary to offer double or thribble
votes as it nears the end; not so with
Frank's contest. He began giving a
, vote with every ten cent purchase
and he Is continuing same till the
very end. No one will be allowed a
vote unless we receive ten cents.
However, any one who is indebted to
us In any way may pay up their ac
count on or before the contest ends
and they will be entitled to their
votes. Any one desiring to pay for
merchandise to be selected later on
may do so, but it must be distinctly
understood that under no clrcum
stances will this money be refund
Helo your favorite candidate to
win the first prize. Da you remem
ber how Dadiy you wanted 41 pony
when you were small, now you can
help some child get one at absolute
ly no expense to yoarselLf You are
always in need of sonvOfng to wear,
n't need It to-
week. We sell
you wear and
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we sell it at the right price. We
guarantee to save you money and we
will always make our assertion good.
Ask any one who Frank is and if he
is to be relied upon. Most of your
friends will tell you that what Frank
says, he means.
Frank ha3 several" advertisements
in this issue, Read them and visit
his store and you .will find that you
will find things as he advertises.
This contest will positively end
Wednesday night, July ICth, at 6:30
The following Is a list of the can
didates and their standing on Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday night, July 9th. The top
three are the leaders the balance
are arranged alphabetically:
Mat-ion Lummus 18530
Turney Colbert 176G3
Thomas Sexton 12227
.William Avery 1Q00
Aimer Adcock 1030
Gordon Brigance
Charles Brown '. v 1213
Sherman Brown
Carroll Blalock K. .
Evelyn Bridges, Coleman .
Bertie Calhoun
Janet Culberhouse 5740
Lonnie E. Cordery, Lynne . 1432
Florence Carter. 1027
Leroy Creider, Levon 1005
Gertrude Collier 1057
Jewett Dickert 1211
Florence Dicks
Beulah Eastman
James Ellis 1005
Carrie Floyd
Gilbert Flinn 1351
Marion Freeman 1020
Alivan Frederick, Oak 1010
Daisy Grantham, Sparr .... 2428
Susa Bell Gloster 1439
Jack- Home
Cheshire Grubbs
Elsie Humphrey 1008
Cecil Hightower 1068
Lela Hall, Cornell 1008
.Vina Hunter 1014
Vevie Halsell 1009
Albert Irbj Anthony
Thelma Johnson ...
Marie Johnson ......
Mary Jones . ...


Leader, Turney
Tom Sexton

Hattie Johnson, Reddick
Lll.a Johnson, Martin .
Willie Jenkins, Berlin
William Johnson, York
Leo. Hanes
Whitner Koon
Anna Lou Long, Connor
Marion Meffert
Harold Killebrew
Harley Kendrick
Fred LeSueuer 1182
Willie Mae Lang 323
Katie Lee 1005
John II. Lane 1017
va Mills, Berlin 1122
Eva May, Berlin 1U45
Randolph Mathews
Dollie Morisson, Calvary .
Alice Maloney, Center Hill.
Stella Moore, Anthony 1000
Alma Belle Moody. Sumrfleld 2031
Reginald MacKay 1707
Veva Maloney. Center Hill.. 1038
Harley Marsh 1030
Marion Meyers 1000
Maiorie Nicholas. Kendrick. 1014
Vernon Proctor .". 1000
Alma Priest, Anthony 1180
Fred Perry 1093
Earl Perry 1093
Kate Rogers, Oak 1232
Bennie Robinson 1068
Bessie Robinson 1000
Marion Rou, Lowell 1006
Cevie Roberts 1042
John Turner 1080
Albert Upthegrove, Island Gr 1058
Johnnie Williams 1022
Henry Wells 1005
Dean Rlchey 1000
William Richey 1000
Dorothy Spencer 1528
Maxlne Stevens 1020
Edna Strickland, Reddick .. 1005
Xed C. Smith 1074
Stuart Sims, Anthony 1077
Walter Stokes, Gaiter 1003
James Smith, Silver Springs. 1019
Samuel Stewart 1009
Florence Schnitzler. Wrsdale 1005
Martha Smith 1030
Willie Thomas 1074
C. S. Turner, Jr.. Suber.... 1028
Elbert Zetrouer. Mcintosh . 1142
Henry Waldron. Bay Lake.. 1158


Official Report of the Proceedings at
the July Meeting of
the Board
Monday, July 7, 1913.
The board of county commission commissioners
ers commissioners for Marion county, Florida, met
in special session. Present, C. Car Car-michael,
michael, Car-michael, chairman; D. G. Watkins,
J. W. Davis, W. T. Henderson and W.
Luffman, commissioners.
X. A. Fort appeared and asked the
recommendation of the board to the
governor for appointment of county
enumerator on agriculture, horticul
ture, live stock, etc., in Marion coun
ty. On motion of Commissioner Hen Henderson
derson Henderson same wras granted.
Bond of A. H. Blanding of Gaines
ville as colonel of Florida state troops
with the Fidelity & Deposit Co., of
Maryland as surety, read and approv
Tax Assessor Ayer appeared and
presented tax rolls for 1913 and same
were taken up for the purpose of re revising
vising revising and equalizing the assessments
for 1913.
R. E. Yonge asked the recommen
dation of the board to the comptrol comptroller
ler comptroller to be allowed to redeem the out outstanding
standing outstanding tax certificates" on w of
nei of se 1-4 of sw 1-4 sec 19-15-22
at face value of certificates and omit
ted years taxes without interest on
account of the certificates standing
without notice to him, he having paid
taxes for ten or more years. On mo
tion of commissioner Henderson re-
quest was granted.
Letter by J. B. Simonton of Mlc-
anopy asking relief on tax certificates
against lot 6, sec 12, tn 12 s r 20 e,
was read and on motion of Commis
sioner Henderson the comptroller
was recommended to allow Mr. Sim
onton to redeem the outstanding tax
certificates at face value of certifi certificates
cates certificates and omitted years taxes with
out interest.
Henry Gordon, superintendent of
hard roads, filed report as follows:
Since your last meeting I have
completed 1550 yards of road. This
seems to be all I could do. I have
been unable to locate any rock along
the road and I don't think it would
pay to haul out of the pit more than
two or three weeks longer. r I have
no sickness In camp at present." Read
and filed.
Bill of C. H. McAllister for mule
labor with letter attached to W. Luff-
man were read and on motion of
Gommissioner Luffman the bill was
ordered refused and clerk instructed
to notify Mr. McAllister.
Notary public bond by J. D. Mc McDonald
Donald McDonald with George Rentz and J. V.
Tarver read and approved.

Widow's pension claim by ElizajJune 30, 1913, which was read and

Ann Kelsey, widow of R. A. Kelsey,
read and approve.
Deputy sheriff bond by John L.
Carney with C. E. Connor and John
M. Graham sureties, read and approv
Justice of peace bond by F. Gra Graham
ham Graham with J. J. Guthrie and O. G.
Olin sureties, read and approved.

Report by Ralph X. Greene, chief with C. R. Tydlngs and D. E. Mclver
physician and B. F. Wrhitney, super- sureties; by W. P. Osteen with J.
intendent of Florida hospital for the Malever and T. E. Bridges as sure sure-insane,
insane, sure-insane, -showing Will WTest had died ties; by S. C. M. Thomas with D. B.
January 22, 1913, of pulmonary Kibler and J. F. Cocowltch as sure-

tuberculosis, was read and filed.
Remington typewriter bills for rent
of a typewriter two months to Judge
Joseph Bell was ordered refused and
clerk Instructed to notify the Rem-
ington Co. to cancel these charges as
Report by W. L. Colbert, tax col lec-
tor, showing 20 regular and 12 extra
poll taxes collected during June,
1913, read and filed.
Report of W. L. Colbert, tax col
lector, showing auto licenses issued
during June, 1913, being three for
hire and 22 for private use and show-
ins: $109 collected therefor, read and
Bond for license to carry pistol by
Walter S. Mead read and clerk was
instructed to return same to Mr.
Mead and ask him to get an addi
tional bondsman.
Bonds for license to carry rifle by
Jesse Lovell and O. E. Caldwell, read
and approved.
Bond for license to carry rifle by

T. A. Pritchett read and clerk wasjrection, as ir appears it should not be
instructed to return this bond to Mr. for over eight days, and clerk was

Pritchett to have certificate on back
of bond properly filled out and ex executed.
ecuted. executed. Board adjourned for dinner.
Board met at 1:30 p. m. with all
members present.
Following justices filed report
showing no business during June,
1913: a R. Veal, district Xo. 4; A.
J. Ellis, district Xo. 16; Alexander
Wynne, district Xo. 19; Joseph Aik
en, district Xo. 20; J. O. Turnipseed.j
district Xo. 22.
The following justices filed reports
sbassiwes and costs Imposed dux-
ing June, &4C1Iof s: 'W. E. Smith,!
county judgeTg
59.04; J. w. Lvr
s,, $215, costs,
J. P. district No.
1, fines tso I P0.09; L. A.
582 f "T v
ts.Jttl fines, : J- P-
McCJaran j'tJ v- 2 fines,!
1115,: cost
district W
. -tils.
2? P. dir..
lor April;
"t Xo.
P. district No. 21. coU
Vzy; W. F. Attire, J. 1
10.42 for
istrict No.

21, costs, $17.75" for June; D. L.
Grantham, J. P. district No. 26, fines,
costs, $3 for June, which were
read and filed.
Mark and brand inspectors' re reports
ports reports by J. D. Williams, district Xo.
1. for June, O. S. Sanders, district
Xo. 20 for June, were read and filed.
Report: by A. C. L. R. R. Co. em employees
ployees employees showing crossing at Lake
Weir station in proper shape, read
and filed.
.License to carry pistol by C. N.
Holder was read and clerk was In-;
structed to write Dr. Montgomery
for the postoffice addresses of prin principal
cipal principal and sureties. j
Bond for license to carry pistol by
Harry C. Waters read and approved.
i-eiuion Dy j. u. nogers et al as
follows: "We the undersigned re respectfully
spectfully respectfully request your, honorable
body to grant the following change
iu the Electra and Salt Springs pub public
lic public road. Beginning at a point on
said road just south of "Mrs. Rey Reynolds'
nolds' Reynolds' place in the sw 1-4 of sw 1-4
sec 11-15-24 thence in a southerly
direction across sections 14 and 22
and to a point in the sw 1-4 of sw 1-4
sec 27, where the Moss Bluff and
Grahamville road crosses the old
Ocala and Astor road thereby inter intersecting
secting intersecting the Grahamville and Moss
Bluff road at said point. We further
ask that the Electra and Salt Springs
road be discontinued from near Mrs.
Reynolds, place In sw 1-4 of sw 1-4
sec 11 south to a point near Electra
postoffice in se 1-4 of se 1-4 sec 3 tp
16 s r 24 e, where said road now in intersects
tersects intersects the Moss Bluff and Graham Grahamville
ville Grahamville road." Read and on motion of
Commissioner Henderson, R. C. Fort,
Joseph Stanaland and James Wilson
were appointed a committee to view,
mark and lay out the road and report
the most practical route as early as
Petition by L. Graham et al as
follows: "We the. undersigned citi citizens
zens citizens of Juliette district Xo. 29, re respectfully
spectfully respectfully petition your honorable
body to make an order rescinding
your former action in attaching said
justice district Xo. 29 to justice dis district
trict district Xo. 1 and that your minutes
may show said order." Was read and
on motion of Commissioner Hender Henderson
son Henderson the petition was granted and an
order is hereby made rescinding any
former action whereby justice dis district
trict district Xo. 29 was attached to justice
district Xo. 1, and the same is now
separate and apart from justice dis district
trict district Xo. 1.
Letter by G. T. Whitfield, secre secretary
tary secretary of the board of commissioners of
state institutions, with a copy of
their rules and regulations relative
state convicts read and letter was re referred
ferred referred to County" Attorney Hocker.
Supt. J. H. Brinson presented
financial statement of board of pub public
lic public instruction for month ending
j Deputy sheriff bonds
Perry with W. J. Frink
by WT. T.
and S. G.
West with
A. Knight
Lovell sureties; by C. L
lJno. L. Edwards and W.
sureties; by M. Cameron with L. T.
Hickson, W. R. Brown, B. B. Keep,
A. C. W'alkup, J. A. Murrell and S.
H. Walkup sureties; by C. Wr. Smith
ties; by W. F. Pulliam with J. M
Smith, S. F. Rou, C. M. Cam and J
B. DeVore sureties; by J. F. Pelot
with E. A. Davenport and A. L. Xott
sureties, read and approved.
. Board adjourned until Tuesday
ine board met Tuesday, a. m
with all members present.
widows pension claim Dy Mrs.
Elizabeth J. Foy read and approved.
Monthly report inspector of marks
and brands for district Xo. 1 for May,
1913; district Xo. 1, for June, 1913;
district Xo. S, for June, 1913; dis
trict Xo. 22, for June, 1913; district
Xo. 23, for June, 1913, read and
W. L. Colbert, tax collector, filed
report of licenses collected during
June, showing amount collected for
state, $48, for county, $26.50, which
was read and filed.
Bill by C. H. Gray as road overseer
read and on motion of Commissioner
Watkins the clerk was instructed to
I return the bill to Mr. Gray for cor-
also instructed to have Mr. Gray put
his time on weekly pay roll.
L. W. Mead of Martin appeared
and asked relief of the board. On
motion of Commissioner Davis it was
ordered that the clerk obtain a ticket
for Mr. Mead to Lockhart.
Bonds for license to carry pistol
I by J. A. Randall, H. C. Sparkman
and Chas. A. Owen read and approv
- led.
Constable bond by D. T. Sherouse
with J. J. McAllister, Stewart Ramey
and D. G, Watkins as sureties Tead
and approved
W. E. Allen, W. .M. Gist, E. W
Kusn, W. R. Brown and J. D. Price
appeared relative roads in and around
j Mcintosh and road leading west from
Mcintosh to Flemington. A propo
sition to repair and improve the
J roads was made and accepted.
16,1 Mrs. Bittmger and Mrs. Groves as
J.ia committee or tne King s uaugnters
appeared relative assistance for
I family by the name of Moore Mr


Goes With Every Paeli 2
ol Pratt's Preparations :
Established 1872.
Pratt Food Company
We guarantee all our preparations to do exactly what wc

tor tnem
If they fail to satisfy you we authorize our dealer to promtly
refund your money.
J. S. KELLER, President
Below Is a list of some of Pratt's Remedies .which we carry In
Pratts Poultry Regulator .25 and 50c
Pratts Baby Chick Feed 10, 25 and 50c
Pratts Roup Cure .25 and 50c
Pratts Powdered Lice Killer 25c
Pratts White Diarrhoea Remedy ...25
Pratts Disinfectant, Gallon Tins... ; ......... $1.00
Pratts Head Lice Ointment '; . ..... 25c
Pratts Sore Head Chicken PoxRemedy ................ 25c
Pratts Animal Rerulator .25 and 50c
Pratts Colic Cure... 50c
Pratts Cow Tonic. .""7". ... ... SOc
Pratts Hog Cholera Specific. ........ 50c
Pratts Fly Chaser 35c

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Phones 16-174

Moore having had. his arm broken:
On motion of Commissioner Watkins
a warrant was ordered drawn for $10
per month in favor of Mrs. C. L. Bit Bit-tinger,
tinger, Bit-tinger, president of the King's
Daughters, for the relief of this fam family.
ily. family. L. S. Light appeared and asked
that the bridges, three in number, on
road t airneld to Ocala and one bridge
on road Fairfield to Reddick be re repaired.
paired. repaired. Commissioner Luffman re reported
ported reported that he would have Mr. Wal Wallace
lace Wallace repair the bridges.
Bonds for license to carry pistol by
Geo. W. Ellis and W. J. Crosby read
and approved.
Xotary public bond by R. K. Wart Wart-mann
mann Wart-mann with E. L. Wartmann and J. E.
Sherouse as sureties, read and ap-
Xotary public bond by J. E. 'Ran-
dall with P. L. niirisno and t. f
Graham as sureties read and approv approved.
ed. approved. R. F. Rogers and L. S. Light ap
peared and discussed the legislature
of 1913 relative the disposition of
state convicts and discussed road
matters generally.
Alter reviewing tne assessment
rolls for 1913 the following changes
were ordered made. (See advertise
On motion of Commissioner Wat
kins all parties effected by changes
in value of assessment be notified by
the clerk by mail.
Board adjourned for dinner.
Tuesday Afternoon
uoard met pursuant to adjourn-
vr r -r i-Ui nil i.
"ic"-. im an memuers present, ex
cept Commissioner Luffman, who was
canea nime.
Bids for putting in cement floors in
me two school board rooms at the
court house were opened and discuss
ed On motion of Commissioner Da
vis tne bid of W. J. Sheridan, as fnl-
lows: "To remove the old floor in th
two rooms of the court used bv the.
school board, and -put in new floor of
concrete, floor to be of white marhl
and Portland cement, for the sum of
Si-ia.zo complete," was accepted.
uias ior furnishing and installing
metal fixtures for vaults in the clerk's
onice were ordered ODened. ta nnri
aiscussed. On motion of rnmmiiAn,
er uenaerson trie bid bv Art lrtnl
T ...
construction Co.. of Jamestown X. Y
as follows: "To furnish the metal fix
tures as per blue prints six in num-
hn. .1 r . ...
ueunreu ana prprrri in
uie court nouse, ready for use for the
sum of $.!). 04, and in every way to
ue in seeping witn former work in
stalled Dy our company some time
ago, was accepted and order for work
u. b. .Mickens appeared in behalf
of Creecy Sams, and asked relief. On
motion warrant was ordered drawn
for $3 per month for the relief of said
t reecy Sams, and mailed to G. S.
Mickens, and mailed to Irvine, Fla.
communication by J. D. Roonev
relative to painting the band stand
was read and on motion of Commis
sioner Henderson was ordered held
until the next meeting of the board.
un motion of Commissioner Wat-
Kins the clerk was instructed to write
to the T. and J. R. R. Co.. that the
crossing on the Old Town and Flpm-
ington road, 1U miles from Emanthe-
ler. has been impassable for l1 years.
and must be fixed at once.
Hon. John M. Graham, countv treas
urer, filed report of receipts and dis
bursements for June, 1913, as follows:
School Fund
Receipts... ... ... ... .$2109.07
Disbursements. .

Receipts. .

.$ 707.C3

Road Fund

UJ 1111(11111 ;UUliLlliW4

Balance. . .
. ... ... :..$ 3.S5
County Proper
Receipts.." ..$ 419.K9
Disbursements ... 400.11
Fine and'
Disbursements. ''!.."'..!'.'.".., 1475 .4t
Balance ... ...$1432.77
Building Fund
Receipts f . . ....,..$ 515.27
uisDursements ....... 500.00
,$ 15.27
Total balances
Read and filed
Hon. Jno. P. Galloway, sheriff, filed ;
Marion county and chargeable to the
sheriff for the month of June. 1912.
showinS fines $417, costs $170.38. To-
wnic Fas reaa and filed.
S. U. Campbell. Justice of the nearo
for district No. 8, filed report Knowing
no business during June, 1913.
Letter by S. U. Campbell, justice of
the peace, asking for a criminal and
civil docket combined On motion tho
clerk was Instructed to order one
small civil docket, which with the
criminal docket he now has should
complete his order.
Circular and catalogue by the Hi
caterpillar Comnanv nr Penria. -lu:-
Letter by Percy F. Lisk, V D.. at
uattie creek, Mich-, z!pqrtor book
lets on Marion county, read and filed.
D. G. WTatkins filed report on the
Sawdust Pond and Fairfield road as
follows: 1 find that the Sawdust Pond
and Fairfield road, as petitioned for
by Hall et al is most practical, also it
has been surveyed; and not much tim timber
ber timber on right of way. -which the road :.
petitioned for by D. E. Jones et al has
not been surveyed, therefore, I recom
mend the Hall road.-
On motion of Commissioner Hen
derson, the Fort Gates road via Moss
Bluff church to Moss Bluff and Gra
hamville, was ordered opened up. the
same having been duly advertised ac according
cording according to law.
Letter by the R. B. Small Company,
relative to culvert and sewer pipe.
read and filed.
Catalogue by Austin Bros., Atlanta.
Ga.. "received and filed.
Catalogue of Concrete Highways by
Association of, American Portland Ce
ment Manufacturers of Philadelphia,
Pa, received and filed.
Circular by Fulton Bag and Cotton
Mills, received and filed.
Report by J.. K. Mlxon. mark and
brand Inspector, from April 12 to Mav
1. 1913, read and filed.
Letter and circular by the White
Company read and filed.
Clerk was instructed to WTlte the
secretary of the state board of pen
sions that the name of Leonard Do Do-zier
zier Do-zier did not appear in the list of Con Confederate
federate Confederate veterans, as. it should.

Letter by F. E. Weihe, captain 2nd
infantry N. G. F., commandingc':- -pany
A, relative to the condition
the armory building, read and re-v-v...
ferred to Commissioner Carmichael
for investigation and report.
Letter by W. V. Knott, comptroller,
as follows:
Tallahassee. Fla.. June 2C..1913..'
To the Honorable Tax Assessors of
the Several Counties of the State of
Florida: ' "-"
Gentlemen The state tax rate for
the year 1913 has been fixed at 7Vs
mills as follows: General revenue. 2
mills; state school tax. 1 mill; pension pension-tax.
tax. pension-tax. 4 mills; state board of health tax.
H mill. Total. 7'A mills. You will

therefore extend the .taxes on all real
estate and personal property on. tho.
assessment rolls for the vear A. D.
1913 at the rate of 7H mills.
WY V. KNOTTY Comptroller.
Read and filed.

(ConcluOU.1 on Fourth Tage)






Bltflager A Can-oil, Proprietors
It. It. Carroll, General Maaager
Port V. I.eavengoud, Daalaeaa Manager
J. II. Meajamla, Editor
Entered in the postotflce at Ocala,
ria- as second class matter.
Nassau county has Just bonded for
$180, 000 for good roads.

If uuhlfr. rornrmn nniTflnd this eood office for him. The

" s4UAa n ci c Lai i icu w
with more practical common sense!
and less hysteria and hypocrisy, they
would hA normonnn
The Star is informed that Frank
Mayes. of thV Pensacola Journal will
enter the race for the United States
senatorship against Senator Fletcfher
The Tampa Tribune says that
Governor Trammell will appoint op optimistic
timistic optimistic Allie Angle harbor master at
Tampa. It will be a good appoint
Tampa has Just put a bunch of
husky negroes who wouldn't work
for themselves to work on the streets.
Ocala might follow the example, and
there are two or three white men
who would be benefited by' the same
exercise. ; -
Financial operations of the New
: York, New Haven and Hartford rail railroad,
road, railroad, its ownership of trolley lines
- and control of allied New England
"railways, are condemned in unmeas unmeasured
ured unmeasured terms by the Interstate Com Commerce
merce Commerce Commission in the reports of
its investigation made public Wed Wednesday.
nesday. Wednesday. ; -'
The Bulgarian government has
sent a circular to the European pow powers
ers powers expressing its readiness to nego negotiate
tiate negotiate for peace. The Bulgarian and
Servian commanders-in-chief are al already
ready already negotiating an armistice. The
losses of both armies in killed and
wounded are immense and it Is fear feared
ed feared that the epidemic of cholera which
has broken oat among the troops
may get beyond control.
G. E. Green, of Sylvania, Ga., the
man who "shot up" County Judge
Whitaker's court in Tampa a week
ago, attempting to kill W. E. Mattox,
who. was charged with criminally as assaulting
saulting assaulting Green's eleven-year-old
niece, was released on, a writ of ha habeas
beas habeas corpus by Circuit Judge F. M.
Robles. No charge has been lodged
against Green, and public sentiment
approves of his release.
Tlie, gr,dJurrf a Georgia coun-"SZ2S-&zitr'a.tter
investigating the bad
condition of a convict camp: "The'
warden and all the guards were in
the habit of keeping and drinking
v whisky at the camp, particularly on
Sunday. At least one or two of the
guards, and probably others of the of officers,
ficers, officers, have been known to be drink drinking
ing drinking or drunk in charge of convicts
while at work on the public high highways."
ways." highways." ,.

Mr. Edwin Spencer, Jr., Is not hav-
. ing a clear field In his race for the
office of state attorney of the fifth
i circuit, to succeed Mr. Davis. Judge
! J. C. B. Koonce of Sumter county
: i and Mr. Geo. W. Scofield of Citrus
are after the plum. Both are good
men and have strong backing. Mar-
Ion county people, of course, prefer
- to see the office go to their talented
"vyoung representative. The Star is
..informed that Governor Trammell

ecllnes to be bound by recommen recommen-""lations
""lations recommen-""lations from the bar of any town or
Investigation of the
charges and all other charges of lob lobbying
bying lobbying with congressmen was author authorized
ized authorized by "the Henry resolution passed
by the House of Representatives
Wednesday. The investigation is ex expected
pected expected to. begin at once. Speaker
Clark appointed the following com committee
mittee committee to conduct the investigation:
Representatives Garrett of Tennes
sea (chairman), Cline of Indiana,
.Russell of Missouri, and Roddenber Roddenber-ry
ry Roddenber-ry of Georgia, democrats; Stafford
of Wisconsin and Willis of Ohio, re republicans,
publicans, republicans, and Nolan of California,
progressive. n
Resignations of United States Mar Marshals
shals Marshals John F. Horr of the southern
district of Florida and W. A. Mc Mc-Gourin
Gourin Mc-Gourin of the northern district have
been requested by Attorney General
McReynolds. Marshal Horr says that
as his 'term of office will not expire
until next February, he does not in intend
tend intend to resign. As no charges have
been brought against him, the only
way he could be forced out of office for the president to appoint
some one else and the Senate confirm
the appointment. Horr has served a
term of fifteen years. It Is likely Mr.
McOourin also will decline to resign.
"Nothing will be taken from Phil Philadelphia"
adelphia" Philadelphia" said Secretary Daniels,
who returned to Washington Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday from an inspection of the navy
yard and marine barracks near the
Quaker city. "While I .am still In
Tavor "of an advanced naval base on
the coast of the Guif of Mexico," he
said, "this does not mean that Phil-
adelphia, will not retain its present
Importance.' This probably means
that the navy yard at Pensacola will
be retained. It looks to the Star's
naval expert like Tampa would be the
best place for a naval base on the
e-ulf. Tamna Bav would hold the i
navies of the world, and while at an anchor
chor anchor in its waters they would be safe
from both storm and hostile gunfire.
Pensacola and Galveston harbors are
exposed Xo both, iMobile's is too shal-

low, New Orleans is too far from the
sea. Tampa has the most southern
harbor of international importance
on the mainland of the Unite States,
and i3 the most appropriate place for

ta big naval station.
Mr. William Hocker this morning
showed the Star a telegram from
Senator Bryan, saying that the sen senator
ator senator had endorsed J. C. Brown of
Lakeland for United States marshal
of the southern district of Florida.
This confirms what the Star printed
yesterday. The Ocala friends o? Mr.
T. E. Bridges had been trying to
Star has no complaint to make of the
J endorsement of Mr. Brown, who is an
ITPpllent. man for the position, tho
in common with all his other friends!
it would have been glad to see Mr.
Bridges obtain the office. "Captain
would have made an ideal!
marshal steady as a clock, brave as
a lion, knowing the criminal element
like a book and with the frienasnip
and respect of all good men who
know him, there is no man in Flor Florida
ida Florida who could fill the office better.
The people of Georgia took the
convicts of their state out of the
hands of the lessees and put them to
work on the roads not so much be because
cause because they were needed on the roads
as because it was alleged they were
cruelly treated. Recent disclosures
show that the convicts are being
treated worse by the men employed
by the state than they were by the
men employed by the lessees. Th
same sort of men in many cases, the
same men-r-but the lessees were im impelled
pelled impelled by self-interest to see that the
convicts were kept in good condition,
while the state-hired guards have no
such incentive.
J)ental Surgeon
Over the Munroe & Chambliss Bank
Phone 154
Terms: Cash.
"Dental Surgeon
Rooms 9, 10, 11, Holder Block
Phone 250
Terms: Cash,
Dental Surgeon
Office Over Commercial Bank
Phone 211
Dental "Surgeon
Office Law Library Building
Phone 444
Dental Surgeon
Office Over Nash Dry Goods Store
Attorney at Law
Office xSecond Floor Munroe. and
Chambliss Bank Building
xx- 1 liwrHm"Jrk-rYTtJrr 1
No Daintier Lunch
Can be imagined than one prepared
from our deviled ham or tongue,
luncheon cheese, olives and a hun
dred other dainty and appetizing spe
cialties. And they can be made
ready in a few moments. No bother,
no cooking. Just open and serve.
Better have a s upply on hand. They
are mighty- handy to have in the
J.L Smith Grocery Co.
Next to Ocala National Bank
Funeral Directors
. Undertakers and Erabalraers
fine Caskets and Burial Ro&es
Funeral Directors
All Work Dono by Licensed Em
balniers and Fully Guaranteed
D. E. McIVER 104
C. V. ROBERTS . V 305
Undertaking Office 47



A year or two ago a gentleman
came across the ocean, not to see our
great country, or to study its cus-
toms and its people, but' for the
single purpose to see the far-famed
Silver Springs.
What ideas of pleasure or disap-
pointment he carried back deponent
knoweth not. But if he journeyed
by God's way, up the Oklawaha's
winding path, between flowery
banks and whispering trees, by still
pools and eddying current, we know
he came with joy to the home of the
rainbows, and felt the awe of the
limpid depths of that wonderful
Had he tried man's route, by car
or carriage, he would have found
Marion's pride, a good hard road.
but his impressions might have been
different. The road at first is
charming. It passes through a
stretch of beautiful hammock whose
growth of oak, hickory, sweet gum,
dogwood and clinging vine over arch
a pathway so romantic as to bear the
name of Lovers' Laile. During the
summer's heat this greenery is a ben ben-ediction,
ediction, ben-ediction, and a benediction would it
be if it extended all the way. But
halfway there the big trees give way
to stunted black jack and slender,
shadeless pine, and a desolate land landscape.
scape. landscape. 'Tis here the hand of man is
Trees, water oak and live oak,
should be planted. In ten years they
would over arch the road and make
Ocala s highway to her waterfront a
pathway worthy of its terminal.
In Germany all the public roads
are bordered with fruit trees, serving
the double purpose of shade and rev revenue.
enue. revenue. Cuba has a driveway of sixty
miles from Havana to Matanzas
shaded by beautiful maples. Many
of the states are planting trees as
they build hard roads, and it is a
most praiseworthy undertaking. Flor Florida
ida Florida would do well to do the same.
Silver Springs is Ocala's greatest
asset to lure the tourist. It is Ocala's
ambition to line the road to Silver
Springs with attractive homes either
of winter visitors or permanent set settlers.
tlers. settlers. We should make it attract attractive
ive attractive to those who come to investigate
or Invest. A long shaded driveway
would be beautiful. In our climate
he who plants a tree is a public ben
efactor. Trees should be planted next
winter. Lets get to work and have
a beautiful "Boulevard Ponce de
Leon" all the way to Silver Springs.
During my absence all orders in
tended for the Dodge Sign Co. can be
left at Ballard's news stand or with
D. A. Smith, who assumes charge of
my shop. Respectfully,
7-8-5t Jos. W. Dodge, Mgri
Office Telephone 78
Residence Telephone 495
Adv. 6-18-tf
Oak Vale, July One of the
greatest social events of the season
took place in our community last
Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock,
when Miss Sallie R. Anderson and
Mr. Angus M. Smith were united In
the holy bonds of matrimony, Rev.
John E. Mickler of Williston officiat officiating.
ing. officiating. Only a few friends and relatives
were present. The bride is the sec
ond daughter of Mr. and Mrs, W. H H-Anderson,
Anderson, H-Anderson, and has a most lovable
disposition. She always has a cheery
smile for all she meets and is a gen general
eral general favorite among the young people
of her community. The groom is the
eldest son of Mr. A. N. Smith and was
reared near Williston and Is well lik liked
ed liked by all who know him. The parlor
was decorated with ferns, ivy and
beautiful cut flowers.
Promptly at the appointed hour
the friends and relatives of both con contracting
tracting contracting parties gathered in the par parlor
lor parlor to witness the beautiful scene.
Miss Ruby Anderson, sister of the
bride, was maid of honor, and Mr.
Orian Smith, brother of the groom,
was best man. They entered first,
followed by the bride and groom.
The bride never looked more love lovely.
ly. lovely. She was gowned in a beautiful
dress of crepe silk marquesette with
trimmings of real lace and carried an
arm bouquet of bride's roses and as asparagus
paragus asparagus fern. The groom wore the
conventional black. After the cere ceremony
mony ceremony the bride donned her traveling
dress of beautiful tan cloth with ac ac-cesories
cesories ac-cesories to match. They left for their
future home at Williston amid a
shower of rice and good wishes for a
happy, prosperous life on the matri matrimonial
monial matrimonial sea.
Hon. James E. Alexander is one of
the happy orange growers of Volusia
county. His beautiful groves out at
Lake Winnemissett and the grove at
Osteen. the famous Sauls old grove,
are all loaded with fruit, while in
the Sauls grove many of the trees
are white with a June bloom. Pros Prosperity
perity Prosperity is coming to James. He is
having a fine law practice, handling
some cases since January from which
he obtained large fees. DeLand Re Record,
"New 1913 World's Almanac, Just
received; 35 cents at Ballard's News
stand. Adv. :
Buy It now. Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is al almost
most almost certain to be needed before the
summer is over. Buy it now and be
prepared for such an emergency.
For sale by all dealers. Adv.
Woodmen meet Friday evening.


Twenty-three Scouts and Commis-
isioner Stephens skidooed to Lake
j Weir Wednesday afternoon and in a
downpour of rain. They found upon
preaching the North Lake that it had
j not rained there, so they laid down
in the lap of mother earth and with
the canopy of heaven for cover and
j the stars of night for sentinels and
.slept the sleen of the wearv.
- m
Three miles on foot through heavy
sand has a tendency to make one
weak in the legs there is some sand!
between Oklawaha and North Lake,
The scouts were up this morning
and ready for a swim when the sun
came up. Seeing the sun rise is a
rare treat for a great many. A swim
before breakfast created a wonderful
appetite, m fact tne one store here is
already looking for an energetic
drummer to come along in order to
replenish a rapidly disappearing
Mr.' Meffert arrived at 10 o'clock
with two more scouts, two scouts-to-be,
a kid, a side of bacon, canned to tomatoes,
matoes, tomatoes, bread etc., ad infinitum. If
any other fathers run in on the boys
with such a supply they'll "fill a long
felt need" as many parents are said
to nave done.
If money holds out, the scouts say
they'll remain until early Saturday
morning. Otherwise, they'll get back
to Ocala at 1 p. m. Friday.
"First aid to the injured" has re relieved
lieved relieved one or two bruises and a cut.
These are mentioned only to show
that the scouts know how to take
care of the injured and not because
the injuries were any other than very
slight. All are well and happy and
here's hoping you're the same.
Pa the Weekly.
Temple tonight.
Mutt and
Hotel Breakers, Daytona Beach; a
new hotel; has all modern conven conveniences;
iences; conveniences; fronts on Ocean just south
of ocean pier. Rates $2.50 per day
and upwards. Special rates by the
week or month. We make a special specialty
ty specialty of sea food dinners Thursday even evenings
ings evenings and Sunday noon. 6-23-tf
Two Inrge bonftra In central lo location,
cation, location, suitable for reKltlence or
hoarding; honnew one S-room and
ltatli, null one rooms and bath;
either house will accommodate two
families, and we will rent to nit
tenants. Apply to D S. Wooili;w
or Elmrr DeCamp. 5-26
Buttermilk at Gerig's Drugstore, tf
Dr. J. E. Rawlings returned last
Friday evening accompanied by his
bride of a few weeks ( having been
married May 22nd to Miss Madge
Mogee, at Mt. Airy, Pa. Dr.. and Mrs.
Rawlings, who for the present are oc occupying
cupying occupying .apartments in connection
with the doctor's office on South
Beach street, spent their honeymoon
in Maine and other parts of New Eng England.
land. England. Daytona Gazette-News.
Dr. and Mrs. Rawlings have many
friends in this city to whom, this an announcement
nouncement announcement will be of pleasing inter interest;
est; interest; Buttermilk at ueng s Drugstore, tf
Send Your Clothes
To One Place
To be Cleaned and Press Pressed,
ed, Pressed, thereby saving con confusion
fusion confusion and expelise.
Our motto is
nn jn J3
7-8-dly tf
Fresh and Cured Meats, 'resh and
Salt Water Fish, Chickens, Eggs
and Vegetables of all Kinds
North Majrnolia Street
I'HOXE 2(i
OCAIjA, 11.1.
O. liOX 16 OCALA, FLA.
ji t torn cr paimeu
"Queen oi Sea Jioutes''
115, TH-XS. pO.
Kavanna iore. Pliiladclphia,
- I'rovidence
'-'Teles. tc. service; low
, Jo and from'T- : Through
, booklet. t points.
fares i
U. c.
AVRnv k
L. D.


Grahamville, July 9. Skating on
the raging Oklawaha! It is a act
that there is real skating on "Crook "Crooked
ed "Crooked Waters," tho the rink is in the
building known as precinct number
eleven, and located at this station.
A dozen boys and girls, captained by
Capt. E. L. Mills, own roller skates,
and at handy times in these long
summer days they plunge in the
skating game. Most always just pre-
ceding skating time all take a plunge
into the olive green stream. All
those who can swim generally can
skate. Then there are a few1 who
can t swim who can cut eights with
the rollers. A. A. G.
Some of the west end resorts have
been too flagrant lately in the disor
aers accompanying tne necessary
evil, and Tuesday night the sher
iff's officers rounded up a bunch of
the women, and one or two of the
less than men that have been living
with them, and gave them apartments
in the county jail, where they "re
mained until yesterday afternoon.
One m the women was put on trial
before Judge Smith on the charge of
vagrancy. The jury brought her in
guilty with a recommendation to
mercy. The jury also recommended
that the officers search out all such
characters and bring them before the
courts, which recommendation, tho
possibly outside of its prescribed
duties, was a good one, and will meet
the approval of the better element.
,The jury consisted of T. H. John
son, W. T. Gary, M. M. Little, Geo. L.
Taylor, J. J. Taylor and John L.
Edwards, and if prosecuting officers
and judges could always secure such
material there wouldn't be so many
criminals turned loose to repeat their
Judge Smith sentenced the woman
to pay a fine of $100 or serve six
months at hard labor. It is probable
that the judge would have suspend suspended
ed suspended sentence to allow the woman to
leave town, but her attorney took an
appeal. This class of people can't
pay for many appeals, however, and
if the officers keep after them they
will force them to be as near decent
as their business can be, or seek other
We still have on Hand a small
quantity of linoleum' which we will
sell as long as it lasts for 25 cents
per square yard. A number of very
handsome designs. Theus-Zachry
Company. 620-tf
The State Board of Health in order
to place Ocala in the registration dis district,
trict, district, demands that all deaths and
births be reported promptly to the
city clerk. Doctors, mid-wives,
nurses, undertakers or even the
head of families are expected to co
operate in this movement. A failure
to no this may result in the arrest
and fining of any or all persons in
volved. Signed:
7-8-lm Ocala Board of Health.
Mrs. Ella Croft, who .has been in
the hospital in Ocala for the past
month, returned to her home on Sat
urday morning last to spend a cou couple
ple couple of weeks before leaving for
Asheville, N. C, where she goes to
spend the summer. Hernando items
in. Times-Union.
J. T. Jenner of Palmetto, E. M
Henderson of Ocala and Robert Da
vis of Pensacola, old students of Co
lumbia College, arrived Monday to
attend the encampment. Lake City
35 Cent Specials
fit the Window.
The Jeweler.
Bring in Your
Watches andClocks
Repairing Guaranteed
Next lo Express Office.
If you would Buy, Sell,
Lease or Exchange, see
me at the Courthouse or
write for my bulletin of
summer bargains in
Choice Properties : :
Ocala, .Florida



Dr. Woods Hutchinson, the Famous
Physician, says:

Ca!! up Phone 300 and Let

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We Guarantee to Save You Money on Any Work in Our Lines
A wr employ aoir but expert wr are la poalfton fo jcttrtee rr rr-rey
rey rr-rey pi ere tf work re eotrue to Md the Inspection f the mt'
rls1 tuHjiet-tors. It ohI otblnu' to iret our DKurr, mu yu are t
winner, whether w weeure tbe eoutract or not. Give u a trial..


We have just received a carload of tho Famous SOUTHERN
Wire Fencing, staples and Hay wire and are In a position to
make some attractive prices on It. We ara, the only dealers
in this section of the country that handle this brand of fence and
have demonstrated In the past that It is absolutely the best
strongest fence on the market, and running it as we have In
competition with the many inferior grades of wire fence. We
hno iiad some phenomenal sales on It and made many friends
aad customers. Give us your orders, if the goods don't make
good we will.







The Hotel you take your Mother, Wife or
Sister to.
A. F. WILSON, Ass'l Mgr. TU0S. M. WILSON, Prop, and P.Igr

The f611owlng schedule Is not paid
for, but Is primed for the Information
of the public. The railroads are re requested
quested requested to send In corrections when whenever
ever whenever necessary.
Southbound Arrive 10 r
No. 2 1:05 p.m 1:25 p.m.
No. 9 (Limited)... 2:30 p.m. 2:33 p.m.
No. 1 1:35 am. 1:40 a.m.
No. 2 2:25 a.m. 2:30 a.m.
No. 4 12:50 p.m. 1:05 p.m.
No. 10 (Limited) .".4:20 p m. 4:23 p.m.
The limited leaves Jacksonville at
11:30 a. m. and arrives in Tampa at t
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
and Waldo
SuotkboDod Jax. and St. Petersbarc
Arrive Leave
No, 9 10:35 p.m. 10:46 p.m.
No. 23 ..2:40 p.m, 2:42p.m.
Southbound -Ocala aad Lakeland
No. 25 (Sunnyjlm ......... C : 4 0 a.m.
Xorthbound Jax. and St. Peterburs
Arrive Leave
No. 10 5:19 am 5:20 s-m.
No. 40 12:54 p.m. 1:14 p.m.
Xorjbbonad Lakelaad and Oeala
:o. 32 (Sunnyjim).... Arrive 9:50 p.m.
Ocala and Homoaaasa
leave No. 4 3 8:20 am.
Leave No. 47 2:25 p.m.
Arrive No. 44 12:50 p.m.
Arrive No. 48 f:0 p.ra.
.v. for Palatka.. 7:30 a.m. i:25 p.m.
Sunday trains .... 8:00 a.m. 1:25 p.m
Vr. from Palatka. 10:40 a. it S:0 p.m.
Sallow complexion Is dae to a tor
pid liver. SIMMON'S RED Z IVER
REGULATOR puifies and strengtn strengtn-en3
en3 strengtn-en3 the liver, regulates the bowels,
sweetens the breath and restores the
ruddr hue of health to the cheeks.
Price, large package, $1; small1 size,
25c. Sold by all druggists. Ady r
For first class automobile serrlce
y the trip, hoxpr or day, phone Xo.,
327. First class rar and unifarrr)
low prices to all. J. C. Geigerv-V"

us Give an Estimate cn Yoar

f! TV


HAxuscniPT covicns
An elegant line or iawyers manu manuscript
script manuscript covers, in any color that could
be desired. Just received at the Star
. During the summer months
mothers of young children should
watch for any unnatural looseness of
the bowels. When given prompt at attention
tention attention at this time serious trouble
may be avoided. Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem Remedy
edy Remedy can always be depended upon.
For sale by all dealers. Adv.
Pathe Weekly, Mutt and Jeff.
Temple tonight. 7-10-ltd
Atlantic Coast Line
Macon, Ga.
Augusta, Ga
Atlanta. Ga.
Birmingham, Ala. 8.00
Round;Vrip Tickets !o1.
m r K
LiniHea JULY 22s v
For f -"jaiation and reserve
f f i- P. A., Jackson viVe, Fla.
ilsboro Hotel. Phone 122, T. ui;




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How many times have you said, or your friends
4said: "I cannot,-because I Have Not Got The Money?"
How -many good business' 'chances have had to be
passed up because you did not have the money? "Get
Rich-Quick" speculation is the worst thin a man can
do with his money. If the enterprise into which some
smooth stranger asks you to put your money where
such a good one he would keep it not sell it to you.
We Pay 4 per cent Interest on Savings Accounts

Moose meet thi3 evening.
Fraternal Union meets tonight.

Woodmen meet tomorrow evenim

Buttermilk at Gerig's Drugstore, tf

If you want your pictures framed,
take them to Murray & Co. 7-10-3t

Latest thing in initial correspond correspondence
ence correspondence cards at Murray & Co. 7-10-3t

Pathe Weekly,
Temple tonight.

Mutt and


Mr. Claude C. Sims of Tampa was
in the city Wednesday on important

Beck's hard water soap can be had
at the Court Pharmacy. A new ship shipment
ment shipment just received. 7-10-6t

H. B. Masters Co's. shoe depart department,
ment, department, the place where they fit your
feet. 6-3 0-1 m

Mr. A. E. Burnett, the jeweler, is
in Lakeland today on a combined
business and pleasure trip.

Make your wants in office supplies
known to Murray & Company and

have them fit you up.


DR. W. K. LAXE Specialist, Eye

'Ear, Xose and Throat. Office Law
1 Library Building, Ocala. Adv.

Palmer's Toilet Waters in differ

ent odors can be had at the Court

Pharmacy. 7-10-6t






Town property, improved and un unimproved,
improved, unimproved, for sale. Real profit profit-bringing
bringing profit-bringing investments.
Small Farms, Timber Tracts, Or Orange
ange Orange Groves or almost anything you
wish, on terms to suit.
We have houses for rent or will
take charge of property and collect
the rent, keep up repairs and pay
the taxes.

Needham & Sons are in the plumb plumbing
ing plumbing business and solicit your busi business.
ness. business. 7-2-12t

The gas company has just put in a
big water tank, 14x16 feet, in its
works in the north end.



Manager Hunter says the Ocala

baseball team is promised for next
Thursday afternoon a game with the
Starke nine, which is one of the best
ia the north end of the state.


The following program will be giv given
en given by the Metropolitan Band on Fri Friday
day Friday evening at 8:15 o'clock.
"Star Spangled Banner" F. S.
March, "The Explorer" R. C.
Selection, "Melodies from Faust"
Medley overture, "Blaze Away"
M. F. Smith.
March, "Spirit of Independence"
A. Holzmann.
Selection, "Bohemian Girl" Dal Dal-bey.
bey. Dal-bey. Overture, "Sky Pilot" A. M.
Medley overture, "Blue Bell" J.
W. Chataway. A. E. Gerig, Director.


One of the most popular voting
contests ever conducted- in this city
is the one now going on for the pony
and other prizes offered by Frank's
big store. All the little folks who
want the little horse have a big
number of friends, and the simplic simplicity
ity simplicity of the rules of the contest adds
greatly to the fun and the interest.
There is only one more week of the
contest, so all concerned must put in
their best work by next Wednesday


Straw suit cases are fine for an
extra bag on a short trip. See ours.
H. B. Masters Co. 7-10-3t

July .Victor records are just in and

To Jacksonville, Fla., and return,
tickets on sale Monday, July 21st,
and limited to, that day, for $1.50 for
the round trip. For further informa information
tion information call on depot ticket agent, S. A,
L. Railway. F. L. Ellis, Depot Ticket
Agent, Ocala, Fla. 7-10-d9t


If you have any Items for thin de department,
partment, department, call Phone 106.

Debut of



Agent for a dozen of the best Fire insurance companies in the
country. Thoroughly competent to care for your insurance business.
I AVill be Pleased to Care for your Business in Any of These Lines.


Phone 285


On account of the heavy rain, the

unusually fine. Hear them at Lans-j Board of Trade meeting was rather
ford's. 6-24-tf jslenderly attended. President Chace,

Secretary Rooney and several other


Are you going away? Then let us "members who were present discussed

you up with
Masters Co.

a trunk or 'bag.


Try our ice cold buttermilk. Re Received
ceived Received daily from the Ocala Heights
Dairy. Gerig's Drugstore. 6-17-tf

various matters of importance, but
put off decision until the next reg regular
ular regular meeting, Wednesday evening,
July 23.

A recent issue of the Washington
Post contains a full length photo photograph
graph photograph of Miss Wayles L'Engle. the
charming and accomplished daughter
ot Mr. and Mrs. Claude L'Engle of
Jacksonville. Accompanying the pho photograph
tograph photograph is the following paragraph:
"Miss L'Engle, daughter of Repre Representative
sentative Representative and Mrs. L'Engle of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, will be one of the debutantes in introduced
troduced introduced to Washington society next
winter from the congressional circle.
Miss L'Engle, $ho is a striking
beauty of the brunette type, came to
Washington last March and is now
spending the summer at the home of
her parents in Chevey Chase."
With the usual Thursday afternoon
exodus Ocala looks as .lonely as a
hole in the ground. Yes, and more
than that; it looks like the hole
when you've crawled in and pulled
the hole in with you.. It certainly is
quiet not even thundering, -just a
gentle breeze to break the stillness.
The following party of young peo people
ple people chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. F. E.
Weatherbee and Mrs. B. H. Seymore.
with Mr. Geo. K. Robinson in his
launch the Isabel, will leave Silver
Springs at 9 o'clock tomorrow morn morning
ing morning for an all day picnic down the
run. Dinner will be served at Sun Sunday
day Sunday Bluff and a jolly good time is an anticipated.
ticipated. anticipated. Those in the party are
Misses Wenona Wetherbee, Alice
Sexton, Hannay Ellis. Nellie Beck

ham, .Virginia Sistrunk, Gladys Mar-1

tin, Martha Kate Rentz, Rexie Todd,
Margaret Jackson and Marie Hale.
Miss Bessie MacKay gave a "splash
party" this afternoon at her home on
Lake Weir which proved one of the
most delightful of the Thursday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon affairs. Among the ones at attending
tending attending from Ocala were Misses Hope
Robinson. Hester Dewev. Marie van

ofi o.

Responsible banking has been the policy of this
institution since the first day the doors were opened.
Our continuation of this policy is an absolute
guarantee of safety for your funds, and it is on our
record of responsibility that we have no hesitancy in
asking you to participate in the advantages of .this


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guests had 'a magnificent time and
voted Miss Irene's birthday party a
success, and tho the evening was
damp and threatening, it in no way
cast a damper over the merry group,
and with best wishes for many more
such happy birthdays they reluctant reluctantly
ly reluctantly said good night.

Mrs. Richard McConathy left to today
day today for Dawson Springs, Ivy., for an
indefinite stav Before returning
home she will go to many different
resorts and visit with friends and
The little son of Dr. and Mrs. T. K.
Slaughter of Levon is very sick with
fever. We sincerely wish the little
fellow a speedy recovery.
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Mayo and
children of Summerfield left on
Tuesday for Daylona Beach, where
they have taken a house for the sum summer.
mer. summer. Miss Virginia Mayo of Ocala,
accompanied them. Mr. Mayo will
return to Summerfield as soon as his
family is settled, and during the
summer -will spend the week ends
with them.
Mr. and Mrs. C K. Sage and family
accompanied by Mr. Sage's mother,
Mrs. E. E. Sage, left 3'esterday after afternoon
noon afternoon for South Jacksonville, where

Engelken and Messrs. Paul Weathers, they will be the bouse guests of Mr.
Bruce Meffert, Donald Schreizer and; Sage's brother, Mr. W. J. F, Sage and

Several members of the city coun

cil and the Board of Trade deft in

Trunks, suit cases and bags, the;autoes early thi3 afternoon for a
best values and the best stock in the !v5sit tn Pomn'a rinm tn iTicnt that

city. H. B. Masters Co. 7-10-3t

1 flS
ill mmM$msmmi
- -. - : ..-t. ., yrmfirmu:i&mml

Telephone the Court Pharmacy

when In a hurry for drugs. We have;

anything you may need in that
line. 7-10-6t

Enjoy outdoor life without tan and
freckles. Rexall cold cream Insures
ypur complexion. Get it at Gerig's
Drugstores. 6-17-tf

magnificent work and judge of the
power of the plant to furnish elec electricity
tricity electricity to various prospective enter

prises. The Camps are furnishing

electricity for plants and municipal municipalities
ities municipalities all up and down the Withlacoo Withlacoo-chee
chee Withlacoo-chee valley, and are desirous of ex extending
tending extending their lines to Ocala.

Do you need any pictures to hang
on your walls? You can get them at
Murray & Company's 10c. to $2, for
merly 50c. to $4. 7-10-3t


Charles Chazal. They were joined at (family

the lake by LaGrange Sistrunk, who

is with the boy scouts



y MissiFrances Tarver has returned

home Aftera 4Ufe44ul visit of sev-

Rev. and Mrs. John B. Ley of Ocalf jeral nTOnThs with friends and rela-

left yesterday for their home afterlives" in Georgia,
spending the past week in the citvl N

ana at i'ass-a-uriiie. lhey report ay Mr. Xiel A. Weathers and brid

very enjoyable time on the island.-' rived in 5?few York City Monday

. : .

St. Petersburg Times.

Would you walk a block or two to
save $5 on a tailor made suit? If
so, just step around to Rivers' Hab Haberdashery
erdashery Haberdashery and see how its done.l0-3t

We sock the knife into prices on Hardware. A
big business at little prices is our way of doing business.-
We are not afraid that our business is soon go going
ing going to blow up. We are here to stay, by carrying
what the people want and by doing a square business,

If its worth your while to save
five dollars on the price of a tailor
made suit of clothes call at Rivers'
Haberdashery in the Harrington Hall
building. 7-l0-3t

It Is impossible to EXPLAIN the

merits of the "Modart" corset, but
one made to order will give comfort,
grace, ease and style. A $3.50 model
is now out. Mrs. B. M. Hunt, phone
111. 6-13-tf

The rainy weather didn't cut the
Temple crowd down in the least last

night. All the seats except the front
rows were taken by 8. o'clock. There
were one of the best comics and two
fine dramas among the subjects. To Tonight,
night, Tonight, there will be Pathe's weekly
and other educational subjects, as
well as some amusing ones.

Pathe Weekly, Mutt and
Temple tonight. 7-10-ltd




m uaraware up


Phone 118.

Don't forget that you can find Al Alpine
pine Alpine Flax arid Tuberose Paper in one
pound packages at the Court Phar
macy. A full supply always kept on
iand. 7-10-6t,

Fresh bread every day and the
best there is made too. We always
keep on land the largest line of
cakes that has ever been carried by
an Ocala -bakery. Carter's Bak

ery 7-2-tt

Lost; Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Needs

FOR RENT Offices in Holder

building. Apply to Davis & Martin.

FOR RENT Two rooms, furnish

ed or unfurnished, for light house

keeping. 514 Wenona St. 7-8-6t

Mr- Ed Carmiohael and-his chauf chauffeur.
feur. chauffeur. Harry Close, left yesterdat

morning in hijf Buick car for Ala-j

bama. Mr. Carmichaers boyhood

fhome, where hey will spend a-few

days advisit other places:"









Ocala Hoiisf Block

Phone 420

The N. Lopez family, father,
mother, four sons and two daughters
left on Sunnyjim this morning for

Tampa, where they will sail for
Cuba, Mr. Louzr former home, to re reside
side reside in future on the old estate near

FOR RENT Furnished house with

every modern convenience; close in;

for two months, from July 15th to
Sept. 15th. Apply to 610 Fort King

avenue, or pnone 3d7. -s-5t

FOUND A bunch of keys; bottle
opener, button hook, door key and

several others. Call at this office

FOR RENT Five or six-room

house on Daugherty street. Apply to

Baxter Carn. 5-31-tf

Buttermilk at Gerig's Drugstore, tf

9 M






UONESP;;- 333 Dn McCiane's Residence, No.

1 to


Public Square.

Passing, up Main street today we
saw just- what we had been wanting
the dearest little vanity box, with

mirror top! And they are giving

tlfeni away, too. Just stop and see

the south window at the Anderson
Pharmacy. 7-10-61

So great has been the interest in,

the drug content at tfe Anderson

Pharmacy tfcat they now announce a

prize for each list of fifteen correct
names. The contest closes Saturday
and every lady who visits the store

between the hours of 10 a. m. and 2

d. m. on that day will receive a

"real sweet souvenir." The manager
wishes us to announce that ae
count of the limited number of Kp,f
'souvenirs" tie can not prom is;'
except during the hours. icrc

and that mere wui.noi u e

the children this time.

LOST Ladies' gold watch, hun

ing case No. 1655510, Waltham
movement No. 14190388. Finder

will be suitably rewarded by return

ing same to the Star office. 7-2-6t

RAGS WANTED Anyone having

ou hand well laundered cotton rags

ean dispose of them by applying at

the Star office. 7-4-tf

LOST A bunch of keys, some

where between the residence of Dr.

Hood and the postoffice. Finder

please return to Star office. 7-6-6t

Mr. Ed Wartmann and

Allison WTartmann, motored down
from Citra yesterday afternoon, re returning
turning returning late in the evening, accom

panied by Miss Byrd Wartmann,

who will make the family of her

brother quite a visit before going

east for her usual summer outing.

Mr. and Mrs. Noble Calhoun of
alatka are expected to arrive this

afternoon for an extended visit with

his brother and sister-in-law, Lieut.

and Mrs. W. L. Calhoun at the home
of the latter's. mother, -Mrs. William


Mrs. Sanford Jewett and children

have concluded a lovely visit in Bir-minghamr-wh)ere
for several weeks
they have Jten the guests of Mrs.
Jewetfs Mother, Mrs. M. J. Ansley

and are no w pleasantly located. at

Monteagle, Tenn., where they will

spend the balance of the summer.

Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Waterman left

today for White Springs, where they

will spend the next two weeks. Mr.
Waterman has been sick for several
days and goes to the springs in hopes
of deriving some benefit from the wa waters.
ters. waters. Mrs. Waterman will visit her

mother, Mrs. B. J. Potter, in Jack

sonville, before returning to Ocala.

..-r" O
"Mrs. D. W. Tompkins entertained

last night at a moving picture party
in honor of theTbirthday of her win winsome
some winsome daughte liss Irene, and the

Misses Anna and Jlitry Jones of Tren Trenton,
ton, Trenton, N. J., who srTe the tnyose guests

of their aunt, Mrs. W. K. Lane. 'After

all "had assembled at ""the home of

the hostess they were invited to the
Temple, where special seats had been

reserved and for two hours enjoyed
the wonderful pictures, after which
they went to the Court Pharmacy
and were served to ice cream. The

e ar
i tiie

d countryhicTTTEiews will""Be"of

ian extentpd bridal trip through tke

l -u X

V oiu

tnn Mr r-

friends in this city and Marion county.


Excellent Program at the Temple this
A Wise Old Elephant A thrilling
wild animal novelty in two parts.
Pathe Weekljv featuring Mutt and
Jeff.' ...
The Sponge Industry in Cuba.
Glimpses of the National Capital.

A representative jf the Tropical
Soap Works of Jacksonville will call
on you, leaving a box and small sam sample
ple sample of our especially prepared hard
water soap. Do not buy the box until
you have tried the sample in hard
water. The sample is free and you
are under no obligations to buy (the
soap whatever. This is our method
ot getting the scap to the actual
users and not laying on the shelves
of the storekeeper. This soap is
made from tropical products. Every Everything
thing Everything in this hard water soap grows
in Florida. It contains no animal
ft, but itmade from pure tropical
vegetation and oils. It lathers free freely
ly freely and leaves your skin smooth and
fresh after use in the hardest of wa water.
ter. water. TaTte a bath and try washing
your hair in hard water with this
soap. Manufactured by Tropical Soap
Works, 144 6 W. Adams St., Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, Fla. Fred S. Gray, Manager.
Adv. 7-10-ltwd

Miss Elizabeth Davis and her guest
Miss Leontine Ramsaur, returned to
Lake Weir last night after several
days delightfully spent with friends

in the city.


The regular monthly meeting of
Dickison Chapter, U. D. C, will be
held Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock, at
the residence of Mrs. R. G. BlakeJ
Mrs. Winer, Acting Sec'y.



All members of the Senior Ep Ep-worth
worth Ep-worth League and the young people's
branch of the W. C. T. U. are request requested
ed requested to attend the social and busi business
ness business meeting this evening at the
home of Mrs. G. W. Martin on Or Orange
ange Orange avenue. C. A. Blalock,
President Epworth League.


Mr. Welch, formerly of Melbourne,-
on the east coast, is now a citizen of
Ocala .having arrived several days
ago. Mr. Welch succeeds Mr. C. L.
Andirson of th Ocala Lumber &
SuppWcompany. He and his' family,
are occupying the Rheinauer cottage
formerly occupied by Mr. and Mrs

Fraser. -".

The Wisteria hotel is now under
new manageincat.-AIc5. W. E. Car-,

..11 1 1 4, I

uiiiers uas Jtasea ine touse ax.Tqr- wi
the many improvements she IS mak making
ing making throughout will make an up-to-date
place of the Wisteria. Mrs. Car Car-uthers
uthers Car-uthers resided in Ocala several years
ago while Mr. C. had charge of the
A. Q. L. yardsr

Messrs. John Seiler, A. B. Halsell
and Fred Webber represented our
neighboring town of Oak in the city
today. The two first named are ex extensive?
tensive? extensive? trackers and made handsome
bank deposits as the result of their
recent efforts. 0-

My cottage at Woodmar on Lake
Weir, completely furnished, Is for
rent for July. R. R. Carroll.

Prof, and Mrs. Geo. C. Looney are
distributing among their friends and
patrons their 1913-14 catalogue of
Phi Sigma Female College, which is
located at No. 902 Fort King avenue,
this city. It is a splendid little boo!
let, 'well gotten up and -printed by -?' -Taylor
Printing Co. It will af?a a
great deal of interest to tKgpien-
.... JaT

am ana progressive collie and .Its

capable Instructors.



Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.

FOR SALE Show cases, counters,

prescription counter, etc., immediate immediately.
ly. immediately. Anderson Pharmacy. Ocala. Fla.

P. S. We are not going out of bus business
iness business just improving. Watch us.
A. P. 7-10-6t

FOR SALE Pure bred White Or

pingtons, yearling pullets and coc;

erels, also eggs and young chick
yearlings, $3.50 per trio; eggs, $1.:

for 15. A cock sold by me won fr

)rizeat the trl-state fair in Per--

cola. Otis F. Landers. Care Stsr

fice. 7-10-tf

. LOST Link cuff button, gold with
chip diamond in largest end. Suita Suitable
ble Suitable reward for return to Star office.
7-7-3 t

FOR SALE Two young cows.


milk, nd three fine heifers.

Gomperts. Lafly LaSL, Fla. 7-ll-2tw


sors, razorf x pw
in OcalW, .-s fers
sacy. '.. I

finest line of scia-

incy. pocket cutlery

erson- Pharm-

rr ft

keeping, "wit
water. Mrs
Fifth street.

h tat!:,

P. H.


?hed for house-

Uy and cistern

fillen, No. I S.

Block's Graham
20c per lb

We are carrying a very com

plete stock of Frank E.
Block's Crackers and Cakes
in bulk and packages.
All 10c packages 3 for 25 cts,

all 5c packages 6 for 25 cts.

There is cone better than

When you want something and

don't know where to find it, call the

Court Pharmacy. If they don't carry
it they will be glad to tell you where

to find what you want. 7-10-6t



A meeting of the stockholders of

the Ocala Athletic Association will be
held at 3:30 p. m., July 23, 1313, in

the directors office of the Munroe &

Chambliss Bank at Ocala, Fla., for

the purpose of electing officers and

transacting such other business- as

may come before the meeting.

7-9-23 C. W. Hunter.



State of Florida. County of Marion

In the name of the Mate of Florida,

To C. W. Hunter:.

Whereas, for some time past, there
existed and still exists, a leaal impedi

ment preventing the calling of a meet-

ins; oi the Ocala Athletic Association

an association exLtina: under the laws

of the state of Florida; and, whereas

I. Justice of the peace, in and for th

said state and county, have, filed in my

office, a written request. .vi;rnel by

r.umher of the "loekholders. holdinK

more than one-third of the stock in

.ai;l association, a.akinsr that a war

rant be issued to C. Hunter, and a

the paid stockholders have expressed a
dfire that a meetin? of naid associa association
tion association tf heM for the purpose of elect electing
ing electing officers and transacting such othr
business as may come before said body;
These are therefore to direct you and
you are hereby directed to call a meet meeting1
ing1 meeting1 of said association by giving the
usual notice.
Given under my hand and seal this
the ninth day of July, 113.
Seal -V. J. W. L.YLBS,
7-10-17 Justice of the Peace.

1'athe Weekly Mntf anH

emple tonight. 7-10-ltd



When you want you
Clothes Pressed or
. Cleaned.




p. a. wnmh




CI 4 K. Adams St. Phone 49 J,

Careful Estimates Made on All Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives more-and betf
work for the money than any o?!
contractor in the city.

OSicQ Suite

.r loc Southwest Corner





' -
" -A -A i

a "MEW WAY" Home,

Costs Less.
10 Per cent larger
Bed Rooms.
50 Per cent Larger
Wardrobe Capacity.
Wo Lost Space.
More Comfortable to
Live in.

Most Modern in Every 3


J Easier to JReut or Sell.


til Monday, August 1th. at 1 a., m.,
unless sooner convened br the chair-

jman. of which action due and timely
j notice would be sriven.

Continued from First Page)


, it er oy . .vnon, compiroii.r. tion of the country tnaa all other dis. j

I -r.n h' c r, t .... tfti-. leases put together, and until the last
j Tallahassee Fla Juno ioi-,. ,few g was .osed to be incur.
j To the Honorable Tax Assessors of ab!e,. For a t m g doc.
the Several Counties m Florida: ,tor3 lironoanced it a locaI diseaSe
! Centlenir:n-Ou account of tp.e lr-?-and preHCribed local remedies, and

. ihuiuiH ueiu in H'sMm. ul; nwmn i ,v constantlv failim? tn with i,

or me noani trt aieu uy ijw io j

ral trpstmpnf ivrnnnnnpofl 5 innn t-i

railroad and telegraph property. was i,u g-f'hsQ rm-pn Mt9i,

necessarily delayed, but every effort !Le a constitutional disease and there there-is
is there-is beinc? made to et the returns tofore refjuires constitutional treat-

tue uiuereiit counties ij mo nrsi
Monday in July.
Should the returns for your countv

meat. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manu manufactured
factured manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., To-
ltrir Ohin is thn r.nlv rnr. ct I 1 11 1 ?rtn n 1

fail to reach you by that time you rin Pnrp nn th mTVot ir s3-vati in.

advise the board of county comini?- jternallv in doses from 10 drops to a
sioners that the valuations will not be teaspoonful. It acts directlv on the
less than last year in any case. ex-jbl0Oil and mucou3 surfacei of the
cept where a county was divided byjsvstem Thov nffr mp

the action of the last legislature. Jlars fcr anj: cae 5t fail3 to cure

All work diven my personal attention. If you

J want the best work, at the most reasonable prices,

iVL-rire-achance. Out of town work given prompi at




Contractor &

Plans and Estimates Furnished on Application




t Makes No Difference

In what part of the State you want to build, you nat naturally
urally naturally desire to purchase the BEST material at the
LOWEST price with the QUICKEST deliveries' and the
BEST freight rates.
Acknowledging that they are Facts, then You should
parchasejjujrmalrial Irom me.
JEKr$Macon Brick, Paving, Building, Fire and Rough
LEGG'S Fancy Faced and Pressed Brick.
BIBB'S Sewer and Drain Pipe.
"The standard by which all others are measured."
Metal Laths, Lime, Mortar, Roofing, etc.
Beaver Boards.

: & Quick deliveries. Wire at my expense for prices de-

v uvureu to any pari ui uie staie.

' PHONES 207 208


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Oflices, Salesrooms, Wharves,
Trackage and Yards
Hendry & Knight Terminals


X Here you will find

Isatisfying assort assort-"ent
"ent assort-"ent of the world's

St productions 1

kill V A
; ware, novel

ties; etc.

And the

prices ere I liUUl1 M


'down ta


Thltnd-winhing prices

that we are making in our store
will surely interest .you. Cold

type cannot do justice to the
extraordinary offerings. Buy

ing jewelry here means

j spending money right.

I Style may change but
bur high quality, low price

Standard of jewelry sell-

hg remains fixed.



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If you want a

snappy, spark

ling gem set ring

at a decided price.

reduction here's
your opportunity.

For your sweetheartmar

ried or otherwise a diamond
solitaire is eminently proper.

. Nothing better as an engage

ment or birthday ring; Surprise Father,
Husband or Brother with a nice tine. We

have ft splendid assortment of gems in up-to-

if inc-minuieenmes at pricts to

will nd ringtfto sut everyone
men end women and little folks. Call

in now-wDUt tn: stock



COLLIER BROS,, Proprietors.

V. V. KN'OTT. Comptroller.

Read and filed.
The board of county commi?sionfrs.
having determined the amount to be
raised for all county purpose?, order ordered
ed ordered that the following levy be made for
the year 1913 on all real and personal
property in Marion county, subject To
taxation for each fund, respectively,
For county school purposes. 7 mills;
for general road fund. 5 mills; for
county proper fund. 2- mills: for
building fund. 2 mills: for county in indebtedness
debtedness indebtedness fund, 4 mills; for fine and
forfeiture fund. 1 mill. Total, ZW'z
The board of public instruction of
Marion county, Fla.. filed estimates of
expenditures for school purposes for
the school vear 1913-14 as follows:
Ocala, Fla.. July S. 1913.
Tothe Honorable Board of County
Commissioners for Marion County,
Gentlemen We herewith make
statement of the estimated school re resources
sources resources and expenditures for fhe
school year, beginning July 1. 1913,
and closing 'June 30, 1914:
Resources Seven mill covnty levy,
about, $37,000: tnxes from previous
years, about $S00; tax redemptions,
about $950; poll taxes, about 400 :
polls for previous years, about $2C9;
interest on state school -fund, 81900;
state 1 mill apportionment, $7300; all
other sources about $560.
Expenditures For furniture, about
$C00; new buildings, about $2000; re repairs,
pairs, repairs, about $.00; salary of superin superintendent.
tendent. superintendent. $800; expenses of board, per
diem and mileage, $450; treasurer's
commission, $700; postage, 75c; in interest,
terest, interest, $700; stationery and printing,
$250; office help. $G00; miscellaneous
expenses, $200; teachers' salaries,
Total resources ...$53,770.00
Total expenditures $53,770.00
We respectfully request you to or order
der order a levy to be made upon all the
taxable property of the county for
general school purposes of 7 mills,
and upon the taxable property in each
special tax school district within the
boundraies, and at the rates mention mentioned
ed mentioned on the trustees' stlmates, as filed

Respectfully submitted.
J. H. Brinson, Secretary.
W. D. CARX, Chairman.
The trustees of the special school
district of Marion county, Florida,
numbered from 1 to 37, except No. S,
Inclusive, and the boundaries of each
are hereinafter set. forth, with the
submitted estimates, showing the
amount of money necessary and likely
to be raised for the supplement of the
county school fund, appropriated to
the fund for the next ensuing scholas scholastic
tic scholastic year, and having certified to the
rates of millage for each to be assess assessed
ed assessed and collected upon the taxable
property within the several special

sub-school districts for that year, the

assessor is hereby directed to assess
and the collector to collect on the tax taxable
able taxable property in the aid respective
sub-school districts, as follows:
No. 1, Ocala, 3 mills; 2. Mcintosh,
3 mills; 3, Belleview, 3 mills; 4, Fant Fant-ville,
ville, Fant-ville, 3 mills; 5, Dunnellon. 3 mills; fi
Reddick, 3 mills; 7, Pine Level. 3
mills; 9, Weirsdale. 3 mills; 10, Citra,
3 mills; 11, Griner Farms, 3 mills; 12,
Buck Pond, 2 mills; 13, Sparr, 3 mills;
14. Candler, 3 mills; 15. Fellowship, 3
mills; 1G, Electra. 3 mills; 17, Bliteh-

ton, 3 mills;" 18, Martel, 2 mills; 19,

Fort King. 3 mills: 20, Montague. 3

mills; 21, Linadale, 3 mills; 22, Cotton

Plant, 2 mills; 23. Orange Lake, 3

mills; 24, Oak Hill, 3 mills; 25, Moss

Bluff. 3 mills; 20, Fairfield. 3 mills;
27, Cottage Hill, 3 mills; 28, Charter

Oak, 3 mills; 29, Pedro, S mills: 30,

Kendrick. 3 mills; 31 Oklawaha. 2

mills; 32. Heidtville, 1 mills; 33,

Pleasant Hill, 3 mills; 31. Fort McCoy,

3 mills; 35, Anthony, 2 mills; 30, Sura-

merfield, 3 mills; 37 Homeland, 3


The same being the rate of millage

designated by the board of trustee? of

said special school districts, respect respectively,
ively, respectively, and pay the same to the county


The trustees of Fort McCov, Orange

Springs and Eureka special road dis

trict of Marion county, showing the

amount of money necessary and likely

to be raised for said sub-road district.

as a supplement to the county road
tax, and having certified that a rate
of 5 mills be assessed and collected

upon the taxable property within the

said sub-road district for the year
1913, the assessor is hereby directed

to assess and the collector to collect
on -the taxable property in the said

sub-road district.
On motion of Commissioner Hender

son, J. S. Grantham was recommend recommended
ed recommended to the governor for appointment as

mark and brand inspector for Fort

McCoy, Fla.
On motion of Commissioner Hen Henderson,
derson, Henderson, it was ordered that the peti petition
tion petition for road from Orange Springs tn
Fort Brooks Landing be granted, and
the road be declared a, public road,
and ordered opened up acocrding to
On motion of Commissioner Wat Wat-kins,
kins, Wat-kins, the clerk was Instructed to no notify
tify notify the Florida Rock Crushing Co..
to fill up all holes in the public roads
of Marion county, caused by their re removing
moving removing rock from the public road, and
to stop removing any stone lying with-

1 in 15 feet of the center of any public
J road in Marion county,
j Mrs. H E. Jones and P. E. Jones fil fil-!
! fil-! ed protest against granting a public
road commencing at the cor of
the se1,. sec 11. tp 13. p. r 19. e. thence

Send for circulars and testimonials.
Address, F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo,
Ohio. Sold by drugstores. Take
Hall's Family Pills for constipa constipation.
tion. constipation. Adv


Fort King- Camp No. 11, Woodmen or
the World, will hold its next regular
meetinsi Friday evening, July 11th ,at
Yonge's Hall. Every member i3 urgl
to be present. Visitors always wel welcome.
come. welcome. J. F. Thompson, C. C.
C. K. Sage, Clerk. Ad.

Allen's Foot-Ease, the antientie nowri Pf. T f fA.

lieves painful, e martins, tender, nervous feet, and
Instantly takes the etinsj ou t o f corns and bunions.
It's the greatest comfort discovery of the ace.
Alien's Foot-Ease makes tight or new shoes feel j
easy. Uisacertain relief for sweating, callous.
swollen, tired, achingfeeu Always use it to Break

in ixew enoes. m ry 1 1 to-nay. Sold everywhere, 25
Cta. Don't accept any snbztitute. For FKEE trial
package address Allen fc. Olmsted, Xe Koy, K. V.



infii ThTi 7nt vxTiTiTiirnTTfrrifhTP

We have a large and very choice lot of Summer
Goods remaining on our counters and shelves, and as
our buyer, Frank Gadson, will leave in a few days for
New York to buy the new Fall and Winter stock which
will be the largest and best we have ever carried, we
are compelled to sacrifice these goods, and therefore
offer the remaining summer goods at prices heretofore
unheard of. Regular cut-to-the-quiek prices, without
regard to cost.

IIPTF .Ml. 13, n. A. af.

Refill-:- -nnvnfitifins of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. "A. jr., on the fourth
Friday in every month, at 7:30 p. m.
C. E. Connor, II. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad.

Prescription No. -63 is prepared especial;
Five or six desca will break cny case, ar. i
if taken then C3 a tonic the Fever v. ill nc'
return. ft acts cn the liver better tha tha-Calomel
Calomel tha-Calomel and does not gripe or 6icken. 25k


Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union of
America, meets in Yonge's Hall on the
second Thursday evening of each
month Geo. L. Taylor, F. M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad.

Invigorating to fhe Pale and Sickly
The Old Standar J sreneril str enrtlienin? tonic
GROVE'S TASTFLiiS.S chill TONIC, tliives -; ;he blool.r.jidt azlds vpthe v.
ijn. A true Tos? Vov -:')-.!. am! children.

en's Straw Hats,
Ladles' Fine Shoes in the smaller sizes.
Big line ot Collars, Shirts, Ties and
Hosiery for Men


Jlarion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M. meets on the first and third Thurs Thursday
day Thursday evenings of each month at 7:30
o'clock, until further notice.
C. E. Simmons, W. JI.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad.

Are cured by Dr. Ilobson's Eczema
Ointment, which heals all skin erup eruptions.
tions. eruptions. Xo matter how long j'ou have
been troubled by itching, burning, or
scaly skin humors, just put a little
of that soothing anticeptic, Dr Hob Hob-son's
son's Hob-son's Ointment on the sores and the
suffering stops instantly. Healing
begins that very minute. Doctors
use it in their practice and recom recommend
mend recommend it. Mr. Alleman of Littletown,
Pa., says: "Had eczema on fore forehead;
head; forehead; Dr. Hobson's Eczema Oint Ointment
ment Ointment cured it in two week." Guar Guaranteed
anteed Guaranteed to relive or money refunded.
Price 50c, Pfeiffer Chemical Co.,
Philadelphia and St. Louis. Sold in
Ocala by Tydings & Co. Adv.


The Ocala Lodge No. t99, Loyal Or Order
der Order of Moose, meets each Thursday
evening: at 8 o'clocK in the Gary build building:,
ing:, building:, third floor. Visiting brothers are
invited to attend our meetings.
Geo. F. Mershor, Dictator.
E. L. Stapp, Secretary. AQ.

For soreness of the muscles,
whether induced by violent exercise
or injury, there is nothing better
than Chamberlain's Liniment. This
liniment also relieves rheumatic
pains. For sale by all dealers. Adv.

Can't Help But
Admire Babies

Every Woman Casts Loving Glance at
the Nestling Cuddled in its Bonnet.

A woman's heart naturally responds to
the charm and sweetness of a pretty child,
and more so to-day than ever before since
the advent of Mother's Friend.
This is a most wonderful external help
to the muscles and tendons. It penetrates
the tissues, makes them pliant to readily
yield to nature's demand for expansion,
so there is no 3on:rr a period of pain, dis discomfort,
comfort, discomfort, straining1, nausea or other symp symptoms
toms symptoms so often distressing during the anxious
weeks of expectancy.
Mother's Friend prepares the system for
the coming event, and its us brinsrs com comfort,
fort, comfort, rest and rppse during the term. This
has a most marked innuence upon the baby,
since it thus inherits a splendid growing
system of nerves and digestive function.
' And particularly to young mothers is this
famous remtdy of inestimable value. It
enables her ro preserve her health and
strength, and she remains a pretty mother
bv having avoided all the s'lfTerinz and
danger that would otherwise accompany
such an occasion. Mother's Friend thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly lubricates every nrre. tendon and
muscle involved and is a sure preventive
for eakictr of the breasts.
You will rind this splendid remedy m
sale at all drug stores at .1.0 a bono,
and is h!-hlv recommended for the purpose.
Write Itradfield Regulator Co.. 134 Lamar
ttMsr.. Atlanta. Ja.. and they will mail you
sealed, a very instructive book for expec expectant
tant expectant mothers.

Dress Goods, Laces, Embroideries, Ribbons, etc.,
for the ladies and many other bargains in all depart departments
ments departments of the store, must go during the next few weeks
to make room for our great stock of new goods soon
to arrive.

I slUi jp




F. P. GADSON, Proprietor


Notice i-i hereby given that the fol following
lowing following chanties have been made in the
assessment rolls for taxes by the
board-of county commissioners at their
meeting on July 7th, 191", to-wit:
Lots 1S76. 1S77, K. F. lleall, from $250
to $350.
NV'4 of seU and nwVi of se'i north
of river. :t3-l .J-lb, Crocker, T. M., heirs,
f:i0 to $G0.
SeU of sel4 north of river. 2 .".-16-18,
Dunnellon I'iiosphate Co., from $200 to
Nc-i.i of noH and s'i, 1-16-19, Clark-Ilav-Joiirison
Co.. from ?4j0 to $700.
Ne'4 of nci, 6-16-19, Camp Phos Phosphate
phate Phosphate Co.. from $r0 to $100.
Center of lots 1341, 1C42. 1343, J.
T. Coco witch, from ?ir0 to $200.
'H'i of lots 1341. i::i2, 1343, unknown,
from ?i:' to $200.
Lots t :: 4 S. 1349, 1330. 1351, 1352, 1353,
1358, J. T. Cucovvitch, from $500 to $750.
Lot 1358, U. II. Sanders, from ?50 to
? 1 50.
Lot 1371. Mr. Y. W. Lindsey, from
j200 to :;oo.
Lot 1381, Denver Morrow, from $100
to $200.
l ot 139:1. j. l. Morrow, from $100. to
Lo 1395, Mrs. M. E. Metcalf, ex. al allowed,
lowed, allowed, from 50 tc 1100.
Lots 1314. 1315, E. I. Anderson, from
$150 to $200
Lot 1416. Mnraan F. Dixon, from $50
to $300.
Lots 1 417, 1418. 1419, 1420, Titcomb &
Tullis. from $250 to $300.
Lots 1423 to 1428 inclusive, W. J. Wa Waters,
ters, Waters, $150 to $300.
Lots 1501 to 1552. Camp Phosphate
Co.. from $3000 lo $13,000.
lots 1S31. 1835, Dr. Itooert C. Plack,
from $200 to $400.
lot 1811, C. I. Censon. from $50 to
Lots 1812. 1843, 1S52,"A. II. Kibler,
from $400 to 500.
Lots 1S53, 1 854. 1855. 1 856, Anna C.
Mixson. from $500 to $900.
Lot 18'.n, I. E. Metcalf, from $50 to
Lot 38. Dunnellon. Harriet Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, from $100 to $250.
Lot 42. Dunnellon. IL J. Watkins Est.,
from $1000 to $600.
Lots 43 and 4 1. Dunnellon. Petteway
& Guess, from $1000 tc $1200.
Lot 49. Dunnellcn. W. C. O'Bannon,
from $300 to $350.
L t 109 t-r 132 and 143 to 147 and
161 d 166 nil 199. 260 to 290. Camp
I'ho. ;;h:te Ct fit. i $1000 to $1500.

from $750 t t $500.

Rosa Bacon,

from $100 to $600.
Lot 1233. Dunnellon,

irom $ioo to $500.
Lot 1234, George Ohnmacht, from $100
to $500.
E,i of lot 12-4 3. B. J. Benson, from $50
to $150.

Lots 1238. 1239. 1241, 1245 and w of

tut ii., ..Mrs. N. A. nargroves, from
$400 to $600.
Lots 1240. 1244. 1247. 1292. 1293. 1294.

12!(6. II. J. Watkins Est., from $1800 t

Lot 1248. S. Feinberg, from $800 to

Lots 124-2. 1265, 1271. 127C, D. G. Wat Wat-kins,
kins, Wat-kins, from $1050 to $800.
Lot 1250, Bailor Moultrie, from $100
to $150.

Lot 1252, L. Williams, from $100 to

WVj of lot 1256, Dan Steenson, from
$100 to $150.
W 2-3 of lot 1257 and all 1258, 1277.
1278, T. L Low-rie. from $400 to $900.-
l.-ot 1259, Thomas Cheesbro, from
SI 00 to $200.

lot 12C2, J. G. Levy, from $250 to

N'4 of lot 1263, Joe Johnson, from
$200 to $250.
SU of lot 12G3, Mac Mellon, from $50
to $2""V
Lot 1266, West Bostic, from $100 to
Lot 1268. Ed Blackshear, from $150
to $300.
Lot 1269. J. G. Levy, from $300 to
Lot 1272, Frank Crawford, from $200
to $250.
Lot 1273. George Ohnmacht, from
$250 to $300.
Lot 1275, Mrs. N. A. llargroves, from
$30 to $200.
Eii of lot 1280, Masonic Lodge (col.)
to $200.
WU of lot 1280, Adam Bostic, from
$50 to $70.
Lot 1302. Crawford & Miller, from
$150 to $250.
I.ot 1303, H. R. Harvey, from $100 to
Lot '1304. unknown, from $100 to
Lot 1312, Sam Myers, from $500 to
18 ft north and south on north end
of lot 1316, B. J. Benson, from $100 to
Lots 1317, 1318. 1320, 1323, 1324, 1325,
1337, 1245 and e'4 of 1326. If. J. Wat Wat-kins
kins Wat-kins Est., from $1550 to $1000.
W'4 of lot 1326, M. B. Lanier, from $50
to $100.
Lots 1327. 1328. B. F. Dukes, from
$100 to $200.

! Lots 1332. 1340, 1339, Mrs. A. J. Tur Tur-i
i Tur-i ner. from $100 to $200.

.ixty ft east and west on north Fide

from $700 "to $850 of lot 1329, Miller Bassett, from $50 to
ltt? toG$15oVnne'10n- 11 SC'n' frm I 13'6' J" C- Car. tram $50 to
vi'teh"' .-r?4 0 TxTh'n' 3- "" lots 1341. 1342, 1343. R. IL
3'oCf5"":n,,er -rnrm11 28.
l ot : ?S Dumtllon. Mo.n F Dixon, i -rsonal operty. from $32000 to

1 111 W 1 TJ .. ..

from $50 to -'!00.

Lets 371. C.2. D 'oellco. Etta Myers,

irom i jy io .!..
Lots 373 4. Dunnellon. .1. D. Ras Raskin,
kin, Raskin, frhrn $300 to 400.
Lots 379, 380, Dunnellon, Mrs. R. R.
Vann. irom ?20( to $250.
Lot 3H1, Dunnellon. C. I Dean, from

$100 to $250

chs east and

I ots

39 4.


Mr. F. II.

est by 5.60 chs north and south in sw

corner. 31-1 -26. 34 acres. Johnson &
Griffith, from $500 to $1000.
The board of county commissioners
will hear all complaints as to assess assessments
ments assessments at their meeting August 4th.
1913. C. CAR MICHAEL. Chmn.
P. II. NUGENT, Clerk. 7-ll-3tw

Freckled Girls

Ti. .U..1n nnf tVflt nnd KCl COt


... - il.

Team for llgfcl
and Heavy Hauling:


Wc Fell
Fnpcricr to Piaster
or Ceilinfl in
Qoaliiy cr Price.
Piioite 298

w i mile. etc.. as said road vn-iri either remove your freckles or caurg ;

e,ifdu uaumsf meir proieii. w a -ca them to lade ana tnattwo jars win evea

in the most severe cas?3 compieteiy cure

was read and filed

Letter by Mrs. R. A. Burford. as
chairman of the forestry committee
of the Woman's Club, asking that the
shade trees on the Silver Springs road
be cared for was read and clerk -was
instructed to notify Mrs. Burford that
this road is now in the city limits of
Ocala and that the board has no au authority
thority authority to act. and that the letter be

referred to the city council of Ocala,

Fla. ,' ''- : :v
All bills and demands audited and
approved were ordered paid.
No further business comine before
the board, on motion it adjourned un

let 1000 to 1217 lets 1011. 1015.

1103. 1193. l?lf. 1216. 1217 Dunnellon.
But f,nba;h & Company, from $2200
tA 127200. -

S U ft swU. ?S-16-18. Buttenbach

them. We are williit? to personally
guarantee this and to igry our money
without argument i' complexion i3
not fully restorer? '"tural beauty.
WILSON'S FF :AM is f. nc,
fragrant and f '"s. Will
not make hr C Hively

remove iai nirJ Jx


are large
Sent by


toJVliN kJV.-i.- r .i ij; o. Jill. Dunnellon. Dow

i f -,zf .4 from 5400 to S5o0.
" -'i Dunnellon, c. C. Crawford

G-.'ss. from $400 to $5"0

Lots ?'.'. to 4. and 4i'7 to 435. 457 to

and 477 to 480. 483. 484. II. Thai- i
id'ott. from $400 to $500. j
Lots 411 ;o .421, Dunnellon, Cocowitch j
& Vanbrackle. from $200 to $500. 1

L.:.s 4!7. 4SS. 4;5. D'.mnePon, W". D.
K.-lu-ardf. from $400 to $500.
Lot 424. 425, J. M. Iatterson, from
i0 to $100.
Lots 48. 4HJ. unknov.n. from $100 to
? 1 50.
Lots 4:6. 4t7. G.-orire Ohnmacht, from
$5o to $"00
Lots 501 to 507. H. Thalsott, from
$150 to ?200.
Lots 5:t. 524. 5;5. Sam Myers, from
- 1 1 .-v t v A

l ot 53fL"Vm. Griftln. from $30 to $30. Perfect

Lots 5:i. 5 John Armstton?, from from this and other statos. Dr. E. W.
-:;o. to j:r,o j Hall. 2096 Olive street. St. Louis Mo.
wiV: -': f;;-m Coco- sold by all brusgisu. Ad
1 : 5"s. .1 T Gri2 2-'. from SIC0 toj
?f, , ,r OCAL.V I.ODGFI XO. U P. O. K.
Lots o62. 63, 64. o6. Earn Myers,! '-
frnn SROfl to ?SCO 1

lots .-91. 604r Camp rosphate Co.,

from 5300 tc 90

The Texas Wonder cures Kidney ani
bladder trouble. removing gravel,
cures diabetes, weak and lame backs,
rheumatism and all Irregularities of
the kidneys and bladder in both men
anl women. Regulates bladder troub troubles
les troubles in children. If not sold by your
druggist, will be sent by mall on re receipt
ceipt receipt of $1. One small bottle la two
months' treatment and seldom falls to

a cure. Send for testimonials

Willi; ;! . -fciV Cl-1!;. -t-l.t- im tlOA tn tMfl

an V7?rcd'ri('3.Z 'V-' of '- US.' H03. DonhePon.
ml I'V i 7 "''S rAlri V x H?nmM, f.c n 200 to $250.

4; "."f, 'fci225 n c nn : "i,i. jr n B.'tler,


Ocala Lodge No. 286. benevolent and
Protective Order of Elks, meets the
second and fourth Tuesday evenings In

each month. VlsMrng brethren always

welcome, Chas W. Hunter, E. R.
Joseph Bell, Gcrtary Ad.

Dysentery is always serious and
ofte na dangerous disease, but It can
be cured. Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has
cured it even whpn malignant and

epidemic For sale by all dealers, ad

Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday a 7:30 p. ra. at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome tp visit visiting
ing visiting brothers. D. W. Tompkins, C. C.
Chas. K, Sage. K. R ti. Ad.
For Cuts, Rurns and Ornlses
In every home there should be a
box or Bucklin's Arnica Salve, ready
to apply in every case of burns, cuts,
wounds or scalds. J. H. Polanco,
Delvalle. Tex.,' R. No. 2, writes:
"Bucklin's Arnica Salve saved my
little girl's foot. No one believed It
could be cured." The' world's best
salve. Only 25c. Recommended by
Tydings & Co. Adv

The Fort McCoy annual dinner
will be given on Frklay, July 18th.
Everybody cordially invited. Refresh Refreshments
ments Refreshments will be sold by the committee
for the benefit of the cemetery. Ocr
representatives will be invited to
speak on that day. The Ocala North Northern
ern Northern will be asked to give special
rates for the occasion and we are ex

pecting a large crowd. Committee.


For constipation, headaches, indi indigestion
gestion indigestion and dyspepsia, use Dr. King's
New Life Pills. Paul Mathulka, of
Buffalo, X. Y., says they are the
"king of all laxatives. They are a
blessing to all my family and I ai airways
rways airways keep a box at home." Get a.
box and get well. Price 25c Rec Recommended
ommended Recommended by Tydings & Co. Adv

Tulula Lodge No. 22, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every"
Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock In
Yonge's Hall. Fort King ave. Visit
or in the city Invited to be with us.
L. F. Ballard. N. O.
V. L. Colburt, Secretary. Ad.


You can change fretful, ill-tempered
children Into healthy, happy
youngsters,- by ridding them of
worms. Tossing rolling, grinding of
teeth, crying out while asleep, accom accompanied
panied accompanied with Intense thirst, pains In
the stomach and bowels, feverish feverish-ness
ness feverish-ness and bad breath, are symptoms
that indicate worms, Kickapoo Worm
Killer, a pleasant candy lozenge, ex expels
pels expels the worms, regulates the bowels,
restores your children to health and
happiness. Mrs. J. A. Brisbin, of El Elgin,
gin, Elgin, 111., says: "I have used Kicka Kickapoo
poo Kickapoo Worm Killer for years, and en entirely
tirely entirely rid my children of worms. I
would not be without it." Guaran Guaranteed.
teed. Guaranteed. All druggists; or by mail.
Price 25c. Kickapoo Indian Medi Medicine
cine Medicine Co Philadelphia and St.
Louis. Sold-, in Ocala by Tydings &
Co. X Adr

Fresh butte


u r i i

If yo nare a lion

reasonably hor a to fe v

beautiful by t Mntr lthy:
ing and dokf fcoufesU
and-crawling f- bed 5 a,J daF
night. You r- '."red a
open air and ht t?u latf The
every dav 4eeD J yoa doth!5
and br- ,Co5p

- "r sale by all JealerV