The Ocala evening star


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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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VOL. 20.
NO. 70






i- i
Showed Xo Hi idt'iu c if nn In.
ternational Cirouoh

Washington, August 20. Charge hvhen the' were told to "eet"- Ros"
O'Shaughnessy has cabled Secretary enthal-
Bryan from Mexico City that Pres-I At the same time we can find no
ident Huerta, emphatically denied !excuse for Sulzer- Tammany is
there was -any foundation whatev-!Tammany- and its Mory for a hun hun-er"
er" hun-er" for the statement that Huerta ldred years has beea a history of cor cor-has
has cor-has issued an ultimatum to the Unit-; ruiJtion venality, degradation and
ed Staes demanding recognition with treason to Ronest government. But
the altPrnntfvP nf hanriin ir ia governor is supposed to keep his

O'Shaughnessy his passports.
A dispatch from John Lind in
formed President Wilson and Secre-!
tary Bryan that he had been in con conference
ference conference with Provisional President
Huerta at an early hour today. He
characterized his reception and con conference
ference conference with Huerta as "cordial."
Charge Q'Shaughnessy's dispatch
backed up by 'Mr. Lind's, served to
dispel the impression the first news
dispatches had created, and the offi official
cial official view switched around to a gen general
eral general belief that while the situation
was a delicate one, there was hope
of some satisfactory conclusion so
long as conferences were continuing
between Huerta and Lind.

, j Washington, Aug. 19. Acuteness
The Xew Arork World expresses of the Mexican situation was recog-
the opinion of many people in this nized in the House yesterday when
part of the country when it says: (objections from the democratic and
The World agrees with Col. Wat- republican aides prevented consider-
terson that "Xot one of the rogues !ation of any measures on foreign
who voted 'impeachment' cares a subjects.
jill of beans about the 'crimes' audi Republican Leader Mann cautlon cautlon-'misdemeanors'
'misdemeanors' cautlon-'misdemeanors' of William Sulzer." el the House to "sit quiet and keep
Murphy ordered the Impeachment cool."
as he would order a beefsteak at Representative Clark of Florida,
Delmonico's, and a service assembly democrat, asked permission to ad ad-voted
voted ad-voted the impeachment with more dress the House for thirty minutes
obsequiousness, than a self-respect- next Friday on the Monroe Doctrine,
ing French waiter would show to a Instantly Representative Foster of
grand duke. j Illinois, democrat, objected, -protest-
The impeachment in itself was ing that "the present strained situa situa-the
the situa-the most startling revelation of the tion in Mexico is no time for the in in-degradation
degradation in-degradation of government that Xew troduction of a subject like the Mon Mon-York
York Mon-York has ever known. A sordid, roe Doctrine." The objection was
corrupt boss at one end of a tele- sustained.


Ur- ''I" v j fT queer, vmot thei 1 T1m ty, WV ol
"Were1" -rour pkto k Jscfrt fellers kim L w. AX 'JMrn ov A
i takn weej LlH VoE.w -There's me JJM

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j peach the goernor of the state, and
,tne assembly responds like a trained
log. lhe assembly obeyed Murphy
jvith the same airy indifference with
which the gunmen obeyed Becker
; skirts clear and his hands clean. He
lis supposed to respect the dignity of
his great cffice and keep himself out
;of the clutches of political black
mailers. If he violates the law, if
he plays fast and loose with his' own
integrity, if he deceives his support supporters
ers supporters and betrays the principals which
he pretends to represent he must
take the consequences.
Solons Shut Off the Florida Con Congressman's
gressman's Congressman's Monroe Doctrine




Goods for Ydor IVloriey op Youp Money


Kven Inanimate Things Shrivel in
More Precious

Kansas City, Aug. 20. Drouth
conditions in southeast Kansas were
little better yesterday than before
the first showers in weeks fell last
Saturday. Blacksmiths are working
day and night repairing farm im implements
plements implements gone to pieces because of
heat-shrunken wooden parts. Wagon
wheels are falling apart. Automo Automobile
bile Automobile owners say heat is ruining their
cars, burning the woodwork till the
paint scales off and scorching the
wheels until the spokes shrink and
rattle in the hubs.
Many new wells are being dug
and hardware dealers doing double
business in windmills. Many farm farmers
ers farmers are using tractors for plowing
by day and harnessing them to
pumps by night. Nearly every farm
is surrounded by plowed fire guards,
as a spark in the dry grass and
wheat stubble would start a confla conflagration.
gration. conflagration. Many farmers whose sup
ply of feed has teen ruined are feed-j
ing their hogs wheat because it is
cheaper than corn.
Strange stories of heat pranks
come from all parts of the state.
From Alma comes a report, vouch vouched
ed vouched for by one of the city fathers,
that a woman in a moment of des desperation,
peration, desperation, wishing to verify or kill
forever the old story of frying an
egg in the sun, had prepared a fresh!
laid cne nicely in a skillet with but-;
ter and "fried it to a T" on a flag-;
stGne before her door with only the
sun for heat. I
Fire which did nearly a thousand;
dollars damage in the home of Dr.
Theodore Kroesch at Enterprise
was attributed by the doctor to the
sun's rays shining through a lamp
chimney in his study window upon
papers on a desk.
Electors wanting transfers from
one election district to another can
write me at Cotton Plant. Fla., or
appear in person at my office in the
court house at Ocala, on Sept. 2nd
and 3rd, 1913, after which time the
books will close. D. M. Barco.
Supervisor of Registration, Marion
County, Florida, dlk 8-16-3t
Our Squashvi'.Ie Branch

Headquarters in this part of the state for



the Heat, and Water Has Become
than Money

Coast Line's City Ticket Agent
Seems to Have Entirely
Flown the Coop
Tampa, Aug. 20. No word has
ever been received from J. O. Red Redhead,
head, Redhead, city ticket agent of the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Coast Line, who disappeared
irom lampa about six weeks ago,
leaving his accounts short some
Redhead was very popular with
..he railroad men in Tampa, and had
jinany friends who were shocked to
ieain that he was found to be out
in his accounts.
It is said that the young man was
Kind of nuT
insTanRY ACcepTeo'
Do You lkb The looks or our.
TTReA50f?U broThcr. dodgh noT.
he TaughT rockeffuoWTwf
oil business o
Gets a New Member.







engaged to marry a beautiful young
lady in Orlando, where he was sta stationed
tioned stationed for several months with the
Coast Line.
A l'cck to the Square Yard Where
(iators Roosted a Few
Years Ago
Miami, Aug. 20. With fourteen
rows to the ear, four ears to the
stalk and stalks ten feet high is the
record of a fifty-acre field of Cuban
corn seeded by James Bright on his
82C-acre tract located- eight miles
cut cn the Miami canal in the Ever Everglades.
glades. Everglades. The product of this experi experiment
ment experiment is shown in part by an exhibi exhibition
tion exhibition displayed in the window of the
Walter Walden Investment Company
on Avenue C. Some thirty ears are
displayed, the owner stating that
they were picked at random, no ef effort
fort effort being made to select choice
i The Merchant's Cafe is a first class
! place to take your meals. Open night
and day. J. R. Dewey, proprie proprietor..
tor.. proprietor.. 2-28-tf
iui nve iiunureu s. J. unite Lie:r
horn Hens
These hens must be sold to make
room. Xow in your time to get some
i good, foundation stock cheap and
j breed up a good lot of winter layers,
j Apply for prices to Ivy Poultry Farm,
! Ocala, Fla., Fred B. Burden, man-
Rexall disappearing skin cream is
a non-oily preparation for making
jthe skin soft ad beautiful. Gerig'a
I drug stores. 7-25-tf
camp ouT ise'Tr paY

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I'liirt y-Three Passengers and Seve
Members of the Crew Make
Up the Death List
Seattle, Wash., Aug.,, 20. Fifty Fifty-i'our
i'our Fifty-i'our passengers who sailed from
Seattle on the steamer State of Cal California
ifornia California last Wednesday night were
looked lor Juneau and Shagaway
and presumably were on the ship
a hen she struck a rock and sank in
Gambir bay, Alaska, last Sunday
morning. Twenty-two passengers
were taken on board at Prince
Rupert, Ketchikan, Petersburg, and
other points, and these also were on
tha boat at the time of the disaster,
making a total of seventy-six pas passengers.
sengers. passengers. Forty-three passengers
were rescued and taken to Juneau
by the steamer Jefferson, leaving
thirty-three who probably have
perished. Seven of the crew are
I dead, making the total dead forty.
The vessel, while steaming slowly
in a dense fog, struck a reef near
the entrance of Gambier bay. The
shock brought down the masts,
! which fell among the passengers and
crew, killing and maiming several.
Ihe vessel backed off the rocks, and
was headed full speed for the shore,
three miles off, but the water pour poured
ed poured in so rapidly that she sunk halt
Two of the choicest corner lots in --the
the --the Seymour residential addition,
; across the street from Mr. McConn's
i home; also a fine factory or ware warehouse
house warehouse site across the street, east,.,
from Teuton's store, Xorth Magnolia- k
street, with A. C. L. railway on rear. .'
Will sell either or both at big bar bargain
gain bargain and easy payments. Apply ati ati-Star
Star ati-Star oHice or to R. R. Carroll. L
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches.
at any hour. Adv.
iCopj right, 1913, Joiwpta B. Bowles)

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Masons meet tomorrow night.
Band concert Friday evening.
The next thing Is an union pas- The Vote Larked Uut Little of JJeinn
senger station.

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Dr. W. K. Lane, who had his back
badly 1 with gasoline, is able
to be around again.

Mr. Emmett Robinson spent yes yesterday
terday yesterday and last night at Terrell at attending
tending attending to business.

The Messrs. Fishel are having
new ceilings put in their stores on
North Magnolia street.

News from Jacksonville today is
to the effect that Mr. Sam Rawis is
much better and steadily improving.

Mr. J. W. Schenk is suffering con considerably
siderably considerably with an abscess on his
riht hand.

Six to One
The ote in the election for school
bonds yesterday was as follows:
For bonds 156
Against bonds 2'J

Majority for bonds


This return shows that the prop property
erty property owners in Ocala who favor bet better
ter better schoolhouses outnumber those
who do not in the proportion of over
five and nearly six to one.
A number of our people are away
for the summer, else the vote would
have been larger, but it isn't likely

that the proportion would have


Bouquet Jeanlce a new perfume,
just in, $1 an ounce. Gerig's drug
stores. 7-25-tf

At a meeting of the. Odd Fellows
' last night, Mr. W. II. Jones of
Groveland took the initiatory degree.

Dr. Peek returned this morning
from Madison, leaving his grand grandfather,
father, grandfather, Mr. O, F. Peek, is much bet better
ter better health.


The special election for school
house bonds held in the Dunnellon
sub-school district yesterday carried,
the vote being about 33 for to 11
against bonds. The issue voted on
was for $12,000 of bonds for a new
high school building In the Phos Phosphate
phate Phosphate City.

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I Table" I y9 !lcw

tt a : n v a f-A rat i.u, v ma

j JLiliCll j 10 to 10:30 a. m. only, j t.k f&vM ,.

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Moose meet Thursday night. A
number of candidates are in line for
the goat, so all members should be
on hand.

Mr. Wilson, of the Florida Title
& Abstract Co., has gone to Sanford
and Orlando, on business for his

Mr. J. H. Schroeter, of the Atlan Atlanta
ta Atlanta firm of J.H. Schroeter & Bro.,
was in town today calling on the
printing offices.

The civil suit of Mrs. G. D. Hogan
against Mr. C. E. Hightower in
Judge Smith's court yesterday re resulted
sulted resulted in a mistrial.

Mr. O. C. Jeffcoat, who has been
- quite ill for some time, was placed
in the hospital yesterday. Mr. Jeff Jeff-coat
coat Jeff-coat has hemorrhagic fever and is
seriously ill. His family is at the
Wisteria hotel.

A good 12-acre farm iy2 miles
from courthouse, with all farming
implements. Will either rent it or
work it on shares. Only experienced
vtruck farmers need apply. J. B.,
'.Star office. 8-18-6t

Messrs. C. A. and Joe Blalock,
Perry Anthony and John Batts re returned
turned returned today after a week's camp on
Lake Weir. They got their share
of the fish and altogether had an en enjoyable
joyable enjoyable time.

The Bandit's Child. A dandy by
the Kalem Company.
The Thwarted Pilot. Pathe drama.
Othello in Jonesville. Edison
Woman, Past and Present, "Votes
for Women!" Selig comedy. Adv.

Miss Pearl Keeffe, one of the
young salesladies at Frank's, lost a
valuable diamond ring Saturday,
and Mr. Frank and his entire force
were greatly worried at the only un unlucky
lucky unlucky incident in their day's sale.
Monday morning, the ring was
found in a bolt of heavy cloth that
Miss Keeffe had folded Saturday
night. Mr. Frank took all his
clerks to the Court Pharmacy and
bought them ice cream and candy,
and now another of the young ladies
says she is planning to lose her ring
next Saturday.

Mr. W. W. Wood, who has been
living on the Walker place just
south of town, has moved into one of
the Deubel cottages near the high
school building and Mr. C. P. Howell
and family have moved into the
house just vacated by Mr. Wood.

The boys of Ocala and Fort Mc McCoy
Coy McCoy will have a spirited game on
the South Magnolia diamond tomor tomorrow,
row, tomorrow, and the Star advises people to
go see the gam1;. It will be woth
while, for there are some live play players
ers players among the boys.

Policeman Koonce, after giving a
prisoner his dinner yesterday, shut
the door on his left forefinger,
crushing it badly. It isn't his trig trigger
ger trigger figfTtho, scTevUdoers had bet-

not get too gay withNK

E. Fdaser of the Atlai

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certainly one o


Coast Line Is

Star'sfappreckftive friends. 1

ways fiunts th editor up to p

subsciPtlon ih .advance. May

Tiavea goodfime irjW3'world

s-Karat ctcwrfi in the next.

A. T. Thomas of Ocala, well
known citizen and. booster of the
Marion capital, was in the city yes yesterday
terday yesterday on a mingled business and
pleasure trip. Mr. Thomas states
that Ocala Is the most progressive
inknd city in Florida and that it is
so far ahead of other state towns
that they willhave to move to catch

it. Tampan-Tribune.

Mr. Brantley Weathers, Jr., has

I given up his .position in the H. B


wewaiild call the att6n of
our readersfo""" the utfw" advertise advertisement
ment advertisement in today's paper of T. C.
Luckie's garage. This place has
just been opened and the new an 1
tip to date machinery for all kinds
of repair work assures the patrons
the best there Is to be had in the
Editor Collens of Summerfield,
'who was in town yesterday, says his
precinct will go wet. He says that
the most of the northern people who
have recently moved to that section
. are opposed to prohibition.

If you would Buy, Sell,
Lease or Exchange, see
me at the Courthouse or
write for my bulletin of
summer bargains in
Choice Properties : :




plasters store a

uae office or hi
Ferguson. Mr.

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hd is reading law in

Mr. Niel

eathers will re-

urse at uolum

University next month.

Messrs. Clarence and Jack Camp
will return to their families in North
Carolina tomorrow. These gentle gentlemen
men gentlemen showed a progressive spirit of
high order in taking this trip at a
cost of at least $50 each to vote for
bonds. We are informed that they
intend to make, the same trip to
vote in the wet or dry election next

Mr. Nathan Goldman, who was
formerly a merchant of this city,
came here Monday from Pensacola,
where he is now in business, to at attend
tend attend to business and pay a visit to
his brother, Mr. B. Goldman. He
was arrested yesterday for selling
goods without a license. In the re recorder's
corder's recorder's court this morning, Mr.
Goldman was fined $25 and costs,
and the county authorities took him
in charge and a hearing was given
him in the county judge's court.
Messrs. Spencer & Hocker defended
him and the jury acquitted him. Mr.
Goldman's mercantile license taken
out while here does not expire till
Oct. 1st, and he thought this allow allowed
ed allowed him to do business. The county
seemed to think the same way, but
the city authorities differed with it.

The Best Hot Weather Tonic
GROVE"S TASTELESS chill TONIC enriches the
blood, builds up the whole system and will won wonderfully
derfully wonderfully strengthen and fortify you to withstand
he depressing effect of the hot summer. SOc.



This is something that is used in
every household three times daily.
Von should be careful in selecting
your table linen, lluy now while you
have a chance to save and get the
oS-inch Table Damask, regular 29c
goods at per yard 19c
OO-inch Mercerized Damask, 30c
grade at per yard 34c
72-inch Highly Mercerized Damask,
TiVc grade at per yard 43c
GK-inch All Linen Damask, our reg regular
ular regular S3c goods at per yard . 59c
72-inch All "Linen Damask, our price
.$1.25, in this sale per yard. .98c
72-inch All Linen Damask, our $1.50
goods, a great special, ier
yard 1.19
72-inch All Linen Damask, high
grade goods at per yard. .$1.39
72-inch All Linen Damask, the best
carried by us at per yard .$K49
Don's Buy Vour Linen Till You See
What We Have

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men sieeiii

Worth $1.25 a yard,
at only

'"Men's "$3.00 Straw Hats for $1.00.

Limit 5 yds. to a customer.
This goods is suitable for
Ladies' and Children's Suits,
Skirts, Pillow Cases, Sheets,
Get a Sample and compare.
We will also sell from 10
to 10:30 a. m.

etfs Straw Hats

. .Men's K. & W. Shirts for $1.35.
Men's E. & W. Collars for 10c.
Men's 25c Paris Garters for 17c.
Men's 50c 11. V. I). Underwear for
Men's $1.00 and $1.25 Shirts for
''.'V--i- r
, Men's Faultless Pajamas for 85c.
Men's and Boy's Ilathing Suits (2
'" '
piece) for 23c.
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Headlight x Overalls, the best made
for 85c. 5




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Some of these hats sold
up to $1.50.

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'Where you will Eventually Trade,"

IUJJJ lill


Fort King Camp No. 14 meets in
Yonge's Hall at 8 p. m. every second
Friday. Visiting sovereigns always
welcome. J. F. Thompson, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. Ad
Next meeting. Friday night, Sept. 12.


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


Eastern Star Chapter 29, regular
meeting first Friday night each
month at Yonge's Hall. Visitors wel welcome.
come. welcome. Florrie Condon, Sec'y.
Mrs. A. E. Burnett,
Worthy Matron.

FOR RENT The Thomas cottage
on cornor of Orange avenue and
South Fourth street. Apply at 310
S. Main street. A. M. Bobbitt.8-2-tf



P. O. BOX 46


Judge Circuit Court W. S. Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, Ocala.
District Attorney E. W. Davis,
, Clerk Circuit Court P. H. Nugent,

Sheriff J. P. Galloway, Ocala.

Tax Collector W. L. Colbert,
Tax Assessor Alfred Ayer, Ocala.
Treasurer John M. Graham,
Surveyor W. A. Moorhead, Ocala.
Judge of Probate Wm. E. Smith,
County Commissioners C. Carmi Carmi-chael,
chael, Carmi-chael, Ocala; J. WT. Davis. Summer Summer-field;
field; Summer-field; W t. Henderson, Lynne; D. G.
Watkins, Dunnellon; Walter Luff Luff-man,
man, Luff-man, Sparr.
Board Public Instruction J. H.
Brinson, Superintendent, Ocala; B.
R. Blitch, Blitchton; J. S. Grantham,
Fort McCoy; W. D. Carn, Ocala.
Masons meet Thursday evening.

: DR F. E. McCLAWE, M. D.
j The Dr. McClaneMipcaI, Surgical and
j Hectrical4istituie

PHONES Office, No. 333. Dr McClane'a Residence, No. 407.
Ofiice Suite 1 to 7, Holder Block Southwest cor. Public Sauare.

COLLIER BROS., Proprietors.

Teams for Light

and Heavy Hauling.
Packing and
Snipping of
Furniture, Pianos
and Safes.
Baggage Service
the Best.

We Sell
Superior to Plaste
or Ceiling in
Qaality or Price.
Phone 296



ihit&ffle&s of your own some--f
cry Jhankjrour money ncnr.

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Have a businessof your own seme dayt so that
you may enjoy a comfortable old age; there is one
way to do it: Bank your money now. Let your ac account
count account grow; then some day, you will be prepared to
take A GOOD BUSINESS CHANCE or to invest
your money in a paying business. The man who
has a business of his own first banked his money and
then helped to make his bank account GROW.

4 per cent Interest 01 Savings Accounts

We Pay


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Statement of the Condition of


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lis Coffie

e Roaster

Installed in our store is roasting
cheap, medium and high-grade
coffees that will give you more
flavor, more strength and save
you money on your coffee bill.



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Florida Rye and 90 Bay Seed Oats

We have just bought 3,000 bushels of the 90-day
or Burt OATS, grown in Florida, and 600 bushels, of
Florida RYE. We J went through Madison county
and selected the nicest Oats and Rye grown in the
county. If you expect to plant either Oats or Rye,
you had better buy early, or arrange for them, as
they are very scarce and the price will be much
higher later. ;


I- 'OcalaVSeed. Store.


We have Just received a carload of the Famous SOUTHERN Wire
Fencing. Staples and Hay Wire and are In position to make you some

Y attractive prices on It. We are the only dealers in this section of the

past that It is absolutely the.bes.t and strongest fence on the market,
and running it as we have in competition with many inferior grades
of wire fence. We have had some phenomenal sales on it and
made many friends and customers.' Give us your orders, If the goods
don't make good we will.
IrCniciI"i.t & Lang

Numerous IiniKirtant blatters At Attended
tended Attended t at tlie Meeting of the
Council Tuesday XiIit
The city council met last night in
regular session with all present ex except
cept except Councilman Bennett, of the first
w ard.
ilr. V. T. Gary, secretary of the
water works bond trustees, request request-eJ
eJ request-eJ "the payment of advertising bills
of the New York Herald ani Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville Times-Union in connection

with the sale of the bonds, which

was ordered.
A petition from citizens living on
Wenona street, asking that lights be
placed on the corner of South
Fourth and Wenona streets, and on
Earl and South Fourth streets, was
referred to the light and water com-

I mittee.

Petition from property owners of
second ward requesting the repair
of Wenona street, was referred to
the street committee.
Application or- Dr. Xewsom to
have payments on street paving cer

tificates made into installments, one-
third payable at once, one-third in
lone year and one-third in two years
from date, was referred to the city
: attorney for advice,
j Mr. R. C. Camp requested that
1 the council furnish hfm with infor infor-.mation
.mation infor-.mation as to the cost of operating

. the city light plant for the past six
months and the number of kilowatt

" hours produced and consumed dur

ting that time; also with a list of

consumers. Referred to the light

and water committee.

j Several special bills which had

;been properly approved were order-

'ed paid.

In the matter of an account pre

sented for grade work performed by

Mr. J. R. Moorhead amounting to

iiH.zo, it was oraerea tnat a war

rant be drawn for this amount less

, amount due by Mr.. Moorhead on

street paving work.

On motion it was ordered that Mr.

j u. -ioorneaa De required to re-

j build the sidewalks on South Main

j street between South Second and
South Third streets at his own ex ex-'
' ex-' pense, as the proper grades were
not Furnished to owners of property

ai me time tne siaewaiKs were or ordered
dered ordered built.
Council ordered that a shed be
built on the city property in the first
ward to shelter the street roller,
which has ben exposed to the
weather for some time while stand-

nig on the street opposite the city
The president of the council and
city clerk were instructed to imme immediately
diately immediately advertise for bids for build building
ing building sidewalks on various streets
named in former resolutions order ordering
ing ordering same and still remaining open.
The territory to be embraced in this
advertising is as follows: West
Broadway from Pine street west to
old city limit; Fort King avenue
from Orange street west to old city
limit; Xorth First street from Main

to Magnolia street; Main street trom
Xorth Second to May street; Xorth
Daugherty street from Oklawaha
avenue to Franklin street. The un unfinished
finished unfinished sidewalks in the territory
named will approximately reach
11018 square yards.
Mr. Livingston moved that a Cl Clinch
inch Clinch water pipe;te laid on Orange
avenue from South Fifth to South
Eighth street. A substitute motion
that the matter be referred to the
light and water committee waa car carried.
ried. carried. A motion "was made and carried to
ihe effect that the council do net re request
quest request the maypr to call an election
to fill the unexpired term of Dr. J.
V. Hood, resigned. It was the senie

or the members that as the general
election will be held in December
the expense of holding a special elec election
tion election at this time would not be warranted.

A resolution parsed by the Mar Marion
ion Marion County Board of Trade asking
the A. C. L. Railroad to run a train
from Ocala to San ford was presented
to the council. On motion the res resolution
olution resolution was endorsed.
The resolution of the Marion
County Board of Trade requesting
the railroads entering Ocala to erect
a union depot was also endorsed bv
the council and a copy of the same
was ordered sent to the railroads
and to the state railroad commis commissioners.
sioners. commissioners. On the suggestion of President B.
A. .Weathers? the matter of holding
a precinct election to determine
whether stock should be allowed to
run at large in the district or not,
was referred to the city attorney for
Thfc beard of trustees who have
had charge of the city's general

of Ocala, Florida"
At close of business Saturday, August 9th, 1913.
port to the comptroller of the currency.

G. Gates, and their commissions,
which were for four years, have ex expired,
pired, expired, though they are to hold over
until their successors are qualified.
The fire chief was allowed two
days leave of absence each month.
It was also ordered that the inci

dental expenses at the fire station

which have heretofore been paid by: KhSOUIlhs j UAItlLITIES
the members of the department, be Loans and discounts $212, S02.3S Capital stock $
Laid bv the citv in future. ; Marion county warrants. 1 5, 752. 7C Surplus (earned)

The chairman of the light and United States bonds to

water committee reported that the secure circulation

Ocala Steam Laundrv had made a utner -bonis and secur-


proposition to the city for furnish-! ities

ing steam for that institution. The Banking house, furniture

matter was referred back to the com-i an fixtures
mittee with power to act. CASH

The members held quite an exten-'NVh banks. .$66,289.33
... I .-,-k,

sive discussion of combimns the lu ui

light and water plants with the pro

posed sewer plant. 0"n motion the

jXet profits
73,000.00 'Circulation
30.327.S1 j

Condensed from re-


4S3, 477.13

ouncil adjourned until next Tues

day night, at which time it is pro

posed to go more fully into the dis-

usion of the combination of the

municipally owned enterprises.




This Hank has recently leen designated tu active Depository fur
the Vnited States.



Honor Roll .of Volunteers for the
Hlitchton Road Working
Dr. J. E. Chace with man and
Jake Brown, self, two drays.
F- W. Ditto, self and auto and two
Dr. L. H. Von Engelken, self, auto
and laborer.
Mrs. J. R. Moorhead, aid serving
Mrs. Ola Potter, same as above.

Mrs. B. 11. Seymour, as above.
Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk, same as above.
Mrs. Mae Bingham, same as above.
W. C. Blanchard, self.
Joseph P. Taylor, self, son and
team. Mr. Taylor lives on the Blitch Blitch-ton
ton Blitch-ton road.
Ferry Edwards, colored, self and
H. A. Fausett, self and two teams.
J. F. Hall, self.
Judge Bell, self and auto.
J. G. Kichline.
C. A. Scandrett.
S. Hickel.
Leon Fishel.
Ocala Evening Star.
W. T. Gary, mule and wagon, and

J. P. Phillips, mule and wagon
and auto. x
R. S. Abbott, professional ser services.
vices. services. Dr. Boozer, self and laborer.
Dr. Walter Hood, self and laborer.
Marcus Frank, entire force of
Frank's store.

S. T. Sistrunk, self and man.
B. H. Seymour, self, auto and two
H. C. Jones, self, auto and eight
J. T. Hall, self.
A. J. Leavengood, self.
W. H. Anderson and family with
double team from Williston.
R. C. Loveridge, self.
Ed Carmichael, self and two
Capt. Tucker. Do his best.
Mrs. W. H. Anderson and daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, dinner for twelve.
W. H. Anderson, self and three
sons, two-horse wagon and all nec necessary
essary necessary tools.
W. F. Blesch, laborer.
H. S. Chambers, laborer.
D. S. Welsh, self.
C. L. Anderson, self and laborer.
Ocala Heights Dairy, team.
H. H. Whitworth, self and man.


The half-hour special embroidery

sale at Marcus Frank's this morning'

from 10 to 10:30 brought another, fmfi Wanted, hi Sal8
rush that packed the store, though! f
the doors did not have to be cios-! for Fent and Similar Local Heeds
el as on the last preceding three
days at this hour. There were 10,- j
000 yards of the embroidery in the' FOR SALE Dark bay horse, three
store and every one was waited !an,i a &alf years old, broken to sad-




A. C. L. XORTH 5:05
12:45 p. m. SOUTH 6:10
2:10 p. m.; 2:30 p. m.; 9 p.
S. A. L. XORTH 12:50
4:10 p. m.; 9 p. in.. SOUTH-

p m.; 9 p. m.

7 a. m. ; 12:55 p. m.

die; is sound and gentle: reasona reasonable
ble reasonable price for cash If sold at once.
Apply to Mrs. M. V. Roberts, 211 S.
Main St., Ocala. 8-9-6t





FOR REXT Three rooms suita-

ible for housekeeping, up-stairs or

first floor; half block from postof postof-fice.
fice. postof-fice. Address, "M. V. R.," care Star
office. S-'9-12t

STAR ROUTES Blitchtott
Calvary 2 p. m.'




The great Tax Raiser and Busi-

FOR SALE 1913 4hp. Indian

motorcycle. Cheap for cash.
Chambers. 7-15-ttd

H. ,S.

FOR SALE 1913 motorcycles and
motor boats at bargain prices, all


1 1 V- I 1

lies Destroyer is looking for a Lo- i vuu uev uii-uiuea, u
cation in .Marion County. What monthly payment plan. Get our
alwut it? Are you ready and willing; proposition before buying or you will
to welcome this great Destroyer to I regret it, also bargains in used
beccme a victim to this anti-Chris- j motorcycles. Writfe us today. En En-tian
tian En-tian Juggernaut that has the weight close stamp for reply. Address, Lock

out of a job, or reduce your Imsi-J

ness to chaotic conditions. Are you
ready to spend sleepless nights,
scratching your weary head about
customers that come no more or
financial obligations that must ho
met? Perhaps you prefer night nightmares
mares nightmares and ghosts around your. prem premises,
ises, premises, haunting you for pay! Very

well, just so soon as the Great De Destroyer
stroyer Destroyer finds a location in Ocala,
which may be about September IGth,
your dearest hopes and wishes may
be realized there'll be collectors
knocking on jour door for pay a
plenty of em! Its "good-bye John"
to you old fellow, stand from under!
This is no joke!

FOR SALE 350 acres cutover
pine land with railroad siding, shan shanties
ties shanties and good well of water; good tor'
vegetables and vine growing; price price-$10
$10 price-$10 per acre; three miles from Duu Duu-nellon.
nellon. Duu-nellon. For inornation write J. O.
Baskin. Dunnellon, Fla. 7-22-1 J

FOR SALE A brand new visible
typewriter, one roll top desk and
chair, two well drilling machines,
one horse and new set of horness.
Terms if desired. Address, C. T.

! Hodges at Waterman's store,. Ocala,

Fla. 8-19-lm


An elegant line of IoC.ers manu manuscript
script manuscript covers, in any color that could
e desired, just received at the Star




The following program will be
rendered at the band concert Friday
March, "King Over All" Scou Scou-ton.
ton. Scou-ton. Overture, selected.
Serenade. "Why Do I Weep for
Thee" Wallace.
Waltzes, selected.
Ten minutes intermission.
Intermezzo, "Indian War Dance."
Medley, "Gospel Hymns" Ben Bennett.
nett. Bennett. Manana, "Chilian Dance" Jean
March, "Emblem of Liberty"


Mayor J. D. Robertson.
Recorder L. T. Izlar.
Assistant Recorder Joseph Bell.

Council B. A. Weathers, presi-

The Ocala Lodge Xo. G99, Loyal
Order of Moose, meets each Thursday
evening at S o'clock in the Moose
'milling. Visiting brothers are in invited
vited invited to attenl our meetings.
Geo. F. Mershon. Dictator.
E. L. Stapp. Secretary.


Tulula Lodge Xo. 22, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every
Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock in
Yonge's Hall, Fort King avenue. Vis Visitors
itors Visitors in the city invited to be with us.
G. L. Taylor. X. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary. Adv.

How to Get
Rid of Eczema.

An Effective Method that
Kills the Germs ancL
Makes New Skin. J


Notice Is hereby given that I. the
undersigned commissioner, under and
by virtue of an order, made and enter entered
ed entered on the 8th day of Aug-ust, 1913. by
the Honorable V. K. Smith, judge of
probate, in and for Marion county.
Florida, in the matter of the applica application
tion application xf D. A. Smith, administrator of
the estate of A. L. Barber, deceased
for an order to pell certain lands bt -longing
to the said estate. I will offer
for sale and sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash at the west door of
the court house in Ocala, Marion
county, Florida, between the legal
hours of sale on
Monday, the th da? of September, 1913
the following described real estate, to to-wit:
wit: to-wit: Lots 7 and 8 of block 2 of subdivis

ion of blocks 3 and 4 of Allred's addl-

dent: J. H. Taylor, president pro "hereto appunen-
tem; Z C. Bennett, Baxter Cam, J.j nThs itti day of August. 1913
W. Hood, E. T. Helvenston, G. A. G. C McCLURE,
Carmichael, F. G. B. Weihe, C. M. 8-9-dly 5t sat Commissioner.


-C. L. Sistrunk.
C. Sistrunk.
Tax Collector


City Attorney Attorney-City
City Attorney-City Clerk H.
Treasurer and

W. Clyatt.
City Engineer J. R. Moorhead.
Superintendent Light Plant J. C.
Sunerintendent Water Works I.

bonds for some years want informa-!A. Campbell.
tion as to whether the board in! Marshal A. J. Brigance.
charge of the water works bonds can F'ir Chie H' S',?m w"
... Sanitary Inspector G. W. f-ieve-
also take over those now in their j an(i.
charge. This matter was refered to Street Commissioner Robert
the city attorney for an opinion. The 'Marsh.

;old board is composed of Messrs. B.

A. Weathers, S. T. Sistrunk and A.

Do You Wear f



If yon do they should always
be spotless and nicely pressed.
Pressing and. cleaning is our
business. Call phone twenty,

I 7-3-tf I

Odd Fellows meet Tuesday night. XXX

Even n Mlomweope Won't Find m
KeaiUj .'.fur S. 'J. S. Get
If you bruise your hand, yui will no notice
tice notice that a scan forms, and when it
falls off, new skin has formed. Did
salve do it? Xo! Skin is the same as
muscle, bone, sinew, ligament. All are
made from the blood, from the ma materials
terials materials that your stomach and intes intestines
tines intestines convert from food into what we
cell Llood. And this blood circulates
in the myriad of tiny Llood vessels in
the skin. Start from your stomach,
where blood materials beg'.n, and It
won't be long before you are frea of
eczema. Use S. S. S. for a short time,
a:d not cnly w'.ll eczema disappear,
Lut the entire blood v. ill b renewed.
There Is one ingredient In S. 8. 8.
wnich serves tlie active purpose of
stimulating each cellular part of the
body to the healthy. Judicious selection
of its own essenticl nutriment. That
is why it regenerates the blood supply;
why It has such a tremendous influence
In overcoming: eczema, rash, pimples,
and all skin afflictions.
Get a bottle of S. S. S. at an drugr
store, and you will not only feel bright
and energetic but you will be the pic picture
ture picture of ne-r life. S. S. S. Is prepared
enly in the laboratory of The Swift
Specific Co., 189 Swift Bldg.. Atlanta.
Beware of any attempt to eU you
something. "y-- '- "od.

Queen of Sea Routes''

Savannah, Baltimore, Philadelphia,
lioston .and Providence steamers; best service; low
fares; wireless telegraph. Through
tickets to and from principal, points.
Send for booklet.
H. C. AVERT. A?ent.
Jacksonville, Fla.
L. D. JONES. C. A.
Seminole Hotel. Jacksonville. Fla
Finest coastwise Trip in the World

Try a Star Want Ad It PAYS





1!. R. Carroll, General Manager Port Y. Leavengood, Iiusine.s .Manager
J. II. Renjamin, Editor

Of.'uial Keport i tbe I'roteeiHng at

tue tiarl

Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.


(Domestic) (Foreign)
One year, in advance $3.00;One year, in advance
Six months, in advance....... 2.50 j Six months, in advance...
Three months, in advance.... 1.25 j Three months, in advance
One month, in advance 50jOne month, in advance...

ay. Auu. 4th, l'jl'i.

T! e boar-3 of county commissioners
for MirUci county in ic-ular ses session
sion session aceriir.u to a lj ournrvtt-.'it. l're. l're.-cn:.
cn:. l're.-cn:. Hn. C. Caraikhael. chairman, D.

jG. Watkiris, Jr.o. Y. Davis, V. T.
! He n lersuii anl W. Luffrnin, conimis-

The chairman stated the object of
the nu-f-tin.jr to be to "near eu.r;jIaint,
if any, on the change.- male in a;?e?. a;?e?.-:i.t!:t.
:i.t!:t. a;?e?.-:i.t!:t. for taxation at the July meet-

5 jinx anJ all parties jreent woald ie


Opportunities are not accidents they come as a result of circumstances
they are created by men, time and conditions.
Opportunities come often. They come oftener to those who can grasp
them. To grasp them, usually there is required "ready money."
Opportunities do not knock they beckon. Every dollar you bank here
this year is another opportunity for other dollars. Our invitation to open your
account with this bank is an opportunity within your reach one you should
grasp NOW.


, 4.2

. 2.25:star,l.



gr! p.a :n:s weie mvn uy juu'Jre li.
A I . . . C :

- - land Ktta Myers: George Ohnmacht by
I (letter: T. C. Crawford by letter; 1 1.
sJKI-'F DAVIS ROONEY jThalott by letter; Mrs. Y. W. Lind-
J IS JURIL T a" k" let-ter; ltoa Bacon by letter;
I jCamp Phosphate Co. by aent; J.
I Huttirenbaeh 6z Co.. and othtrs.

Hurrah! Bonds we will have; ne$-j on motion of Commissioner Wat-

page of yesterday's Star, relating to high school, and better facilities forjkin-s the following change. were or-
the petition for a local option elec-j primary, as well as improve colored dered made by assessor for assess assessor
or assessor ., , , , iments for 1913:

county commissioners, was an ad- praise for their hard work. I he



tmroe & XhamMIss Bank

The article headed, "To the Vot Voters
ers Voters of Marion County," on the filth'

to -Mrs.

II. E.

have been boys helped to win.

vertisement, and should

marked advertisement. The line of them and want to see each andi
"jl.'Ufirtis;p!npnt" wasi 1ff nut hvlnll thrriicrh tho ntw hip-h crh nnl p-n I

I ....

$100 to $i'o0, assessed

We are proud Metcalf, to be $220.

l ots 1501 and ir.2, Dunnellon, raid raided
ed raided from $3000 tc $13000, assessed to the

Phosphate Co.. to be $3000.

Lots IS"

mistake, by the editor's mistake, orionto the highest attainments of
his carelessness, if that will suit j knowledge.
anybody better. The liquor people 1 want to thank every voter who
are using the columns of the Star to cast his ballot in favor of bonds,
present their side of the controversy, You did "right, stood for the educa educa-and
and educa-and paying for all they use. Thejtion of our children, progressive,
drys are welcome to all the space ; helping to uplift and ennoble human
they want on the same terms. lives and character. God bless you.
The prohibitionists, however, have' To those opposed, you voted as you

informed the Star that they do not 'had a right to, but we would have!D. Edwards, to be $450.

1851, 1855, 1856, Dunnel-

Rlock North East of Postoffice,

Ion, raised from ?500 to ?900 and as assessed
sessed assessed to Anna C. Mixon, to be 800.
Lots 3H3, 3!4, 395, 3&6, Dunnellon,
raised from $400 to $500. and assessed
to Mrs. F. H. Guess, to be $450.
Lots 391, Dunnellon, raised from

$100 to $250, and assessed to C. L.
Dean, to be $200. I
Lots 487, 488, 495, Dunnellon, raised for relief of Harriet Riley
from $400 to $500, and assessed to W. to Arthur Evins, Irvine.

General Building Contractors




303 North Osceola Street.

and mailed!

Lot 1232 Dunnellon, raised from
100 to $600, and assessed to F. C.

I Crawford, to be $350.

Lot 1233, Dunnellon, raised from

intend to enter into any contro-jbeen proud to have had it unani unani-versy.
versy. unani-versy. They are quietly at workjmous. May time prove your error

with a view to lining up their full and convince all that this is one of j

vote on election day, and are con-jthe best movements forward, pro-j?i00 to $500, and assessed to Rosa Ba

uuem uiai is aii tnev neftri to erpss ann opvp nnmpiir vpt arrainpn -". uv

do. They say that they have posi- j Now gentlemen don't delay, let us
tive assurance from leading men of, have these improvements at the

all but three county precincts that earliest moment.

their districts will go dry, and they

are by no means

TheVe is in this campaign a mark marked
ed marked absence of the' bitter feeling that
has made much trouble in previous
contests, and the Star hopes it will
continue absent. This wet or dry
question is simply a question of
what is best for the county. There is
no necessity for personal feeling
In it.

To those supplying automobiles,

Lots 1228. 1231. 1245 and w'i of lot

1243. Dunnellon. raised from $400 to
$600 and assessed to Mrs. X. A. Har Har-Kraves,
Kraves, Har-Kraves, to be $450.
I ot 1302. Dunnellon, raised from

i iM r n j o a .-j j a m 3

uncertain of thp'wp are jrratpfnl- th rowarrt i i"1J" lu Ilu d-ssetu lo i-anyiora

i c "- i. m ; n nf.n

, iv .tiiuci, tu uc fiVV.

cess. iou neipea to ao it. t:ery
citizen who cooperated should feel
proud. Hurrah for Ocala; you can't

The Tampa Times is kicking vig-

Lots 1193 and 1195, Dunnellon, rais raised
ed raised from $200 to $250, and assessed to
Mrs. X. A. HarsTaves. to be $200.
t o t n r -i

stop her; in the lead bound to win, om
$100 to 2o0, and assessed to Mrs. Ella

uun L.ii,.pr to y.o $nn


bound to reach the goal-

know anything but triumph.
J. D. Rooney, Secretary,



523, 524, 525, Dunnellon, assess

ed to Sam Myers and raised from $450
to $800, to be $600.

Lot 1312, Dunnellon, assessed to Sam

Tax collector filed report of auto

licenses Issued during July, 1913,
showing collections $102.50.
Mr. A. A. Bartlett appeared and
asked permission to put in pumping
station in road right of way at foot
of bluff and end of street or road to
Lake Weir, west of the Haskell es estate,
tate, estate, south side of Lake Weir. On mo motion
tion motion of Mr. Davis permission granted.
Application of Sumner R, Hall of
Eastiake for recommendation to the
governor for appointment of mark and
brand inspector for district Xo. 19,
read and approved.
Report of Henry Gordon, captain of
hard road crew, as follows:
I have finished 950 yards of road
on Sharp's Ferry road and have mov moved
ed moved to Lake Weir road and completed
one-quarter of a mile on that road. I
have had more sickness the last two
weeks than 1 have had all of the past

There will be a meeting of farm-

"orousJy over the way the Seaboard jers on Friday, Aug. 22nd, also Fri Fri-.Air
.Air Fri-.Air Line is able to block the dock- day night, at Board of Trade rooms,
ing facilities of that port against J for the purpose of hearing E. C.
-vessels it does not favor. The Sea-jThornhill, state president of the
board also has a lead-pipe cinch on Farmers' Cooperative and Educa' Educa'-Fernandina
Fernandina Educa'-Fernandina and Jacksonville, andjtional Union, along lines of better better-it
it better-it is only human nature for it to useung the conditions of farmers by co co-its
its co-its power. The Louisville and Nash- j operative methods; also to organize
ville has Pensacola tied up in the the Farmers' Union in Marion coun coun-same
same coun-same way, and the Atlantic Coast Uy. Let every one that can possibly controls Fort lampa. So the do so, be present. Very important.

people of this state have no hope of

relief unless they follow the exam- Marion

J. D. Roonej.-, Sec'y.
County Board of Trade.


pie of Jacksonville and construct
. their own docks. They are steadily
.tho not rapidly working to that end.


The undersigned, appointed by

it nas never been denied that; Gov. Trammell. Anril 4. 1!)!?.. and

Shakespeare wrote the pelican acting since that date as probation
rhyme. Tarpon Springs Leader. t officer for Marion county, having
If any of our newspaper brethren; had a number of cases before him
can obtain access to the files of j for adjustment, desires to notify
Harpers' Magazine, somewhere back j those interested that he is ready to
in the fifties, they wUl find that 'serve the interests committed to him
"pelican pome." and as provided by law at all times,
jand to the utmost measure of his
Our Board of Trade should give ability. He will therefore be pleas pleas-Tampa
Tampa pleas-Tampa the weight. of its moral in-jed to receive information concern concern-lluence
lluence concern-lluence in that city's fight for lower, ing juvenile delinquents or offenders

freight rates. If all the cities in
Florida made a concerted move, they
could come very near obtaining what
they want.

General Sherman told us what
war was. Now will not somebody
evolve a good definition of peace in
the Balkans? Pensacola Journal.

ers, of either sex, colored or white,
and make such disposition of those
who may be committed to him as the
law defines, and our limited local
conditiones provide. John B. Ley,
Probation Officer of Juvenile Court
in and for Marion County, Fla.
Ocala, Fla., Aug. 20, 1913.

OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge. No. 286. Benovelent

Mr. Ned Williams, who has been and Protective Order of Elks, meets

superintending the building of the the second and fourth Tuesday even

ings in each month. jVisiting breth brethren
ren brethren always wrelcome.
Chas. W. Hunter, E. R.

Joseph Bell, Secretary. Ad.

Mvers. raised from $500 to S700. to be P-" OI lne tar

curtains tor the van, 1'iease notii
I mo vitrn v.Til wili to set thpill.'

I must have some


I nU" r.fi3 ami .rifir TV.innollnn nie

Inch was read and clerk was- in

structed to notify .Mr. uordon to aa aa-iftn
iftn aa-iftn ivisf the clerk what curtains were

assesseu to Sam Myers

$600 to $800, to be $600.
Lots 1000 to 1217 except

raised from


. 3V.

1015. 1193. 1195. 1215, 1216, 1217, Dun- wanted, giving specnicaiions arm men

ito order what Mr. uoraon neeaea.

Minutes of last meeting of board
read and approved.
Hon. M. L. Payne appeared in behalf


assessed to Ruttgenbach & Co.,'

from $2200 to $27,200. to be

1234, Dunnellon. assessed


l-uffman warrant was ordered drawn

tn in favor of Harriet Kvans for $3 per i

George Ohnmacht, raised from $100 to
?500, to be $300.

Lot 1273. Dunnellon. assessed

George Ohnmacht. raised from $250 to : month, warrant to be mailed care J.

' Smoak. Fairhem.

Hon. M. L. Payne heading a delega delegation
tion delegation of 22 citizens appeared and pre presented
sented presented a petition signed by 71 citizens,
of the northwestern portion of Marion
county, asking that the road com commencing
mencing commencing on the Ocala and Mcintosh
road where it crosses the A. C. L. R, R.
be hardened. This road running by
Fairfield and on by Flemington to the

i 1 Af. T T A

in March, 1913, whereby i county ime. vn monou ui -n. nenuti-

was to pay L. W Wilson! uiucicu lum mc cuiiuh

$300, to be $250,
Board adjourned till Tuesday, 8 a.
m., at which hour board met pursuant
to adjournment with all members pres present.
ent. present. The reading of the minutes of last
meeting was deferred until later.
On motion cf Mr. Watkins it was or ordered
dered ordered that the board approve the ac

tion of Mr. Carmichael and Mr. Luff

man made
the ronntv

I -1.1, "T 1 1

$2.50 per day for self, horse and wag- i receive.! ana mat ine rairnem anu
on. said horse and wagon to be used j Flemington road be the next road
in hauling rock, sand and clay or hardened after obligations now on re re-any
any re-any other material used in repair oficord be completed.
road and to dispense with the hiring! Clerk was instructed to order for
of a team for .that purpose as here- I Mr- M-L- Iyne one small civil docket
tofore practiced. land have same mailed to him at Fair-

County Judge W. E. Smith filed Cer-jnem-

Hernando county courthouse, has

completed his work at Brooksville,
and has returned to Ocala. Mr.
Williams is a junior member of the
firm of J. F. Jenkins & Co.

Mr. Bruce Meffert made a husi husi-Bess
Bess husi-Bess trip to Oldtown this morning,
which will in all probability result
.in his selling a Ford car to Mr.
James Badger.

Phone 244 for prompt and accur accurate
ate accurate night prescription service. Gerig's
drug store. Adv. 8-4

Crockery and china still at the low
prices at The Murray Company. 15-3t

tificates of conviction before him dur during
ing during July, 1913.
Soldier's pension claim by Wm. TV.
Roberts, Wm. Arnold Brown, Jas. L.
Beck and Jas. D. Mi?fun read and ap approved.
proved. approved. Widow's pension calim by Mrs.
Julia B'. Xettles, Mrs. Mary E. Marsh
and Anna C. McConn, read and approv approved.
ed. approved. Bonds for license to carry rifle by

Geo. D. Bayles, T. A. Pritchett and
Charles Hooper read and approved.
Bonds for license to carry pistol by
C. R. Clapper, Walter S. Meade, C. N.
Holder, Henry Gary and L. C. Mc Mc-Claran,
Claran, Mc-Claran, read and approved.
Justice of peace bond by Benj. I.

Freyermuth with C. Y. Miller and J. H.
Carter sureties, read and approved.

Deputy sheriff bonds by James F.
Hampton, A. TV. Fort, Chas. P. Davis.
Stephen E. Civil and John F. PeUt
read and approved.
Applications for permits to sell liq liquors,
uors, liquors, wines and beer in election dis district
trict district Xo. one of Marion county, Fla.:
Ocala House Wine Rooms, a corpora corporation,
tion, corporation, by J. M. McCorkle, manager.
Ocala House Wine Rooms Annex, a
corporation, by J. M. McCorkle, man manager;
ager; manager; Walter R. Pedrick, doing busi business
ness business as G. D. Hogan & Co.; The Car

michael & Son Co., a corporation, Jno.

T. Moore, manager, by G. A. Carmi
chael, president; Maurice Strauss, do

On motion of Mr. Luffman warrant

for $3 per month was ordered drawn
for relief of C. Hicks and mailed to
B. R. Chambers, Fairfield.
Dr. H. C. Dozier appeared in behalf
of Mrs. James Carrington of Kendrick,
and asked relief. On motion of Mr.
Luffman warrant was ordered drawn
for $3 per month for relief of Mrs.

Carrington. (
Mr. McDonald appeared relative road

from Anthony hard road to Silver
Springs road, and stated Mr. G. T.

Liddon had run wire fencing across
the road. On motion of Mr. Luffman,

the clerk was instructed to notify Mr.
Liddon to take down the wire and

open up the McDonald road at once.

Mr. Jack McCully appeared and ask

ed a donation to the Boys Corn Club
of $100 to be used In giving 16 prizes

to the corn club. Matter was held over
for further consideration.

Board adjourned for dinner to meet

again at l:so p. m., at wnicn time

board reconvened with all members
Mr. J. F. Parker appeared and com complained
plained complained of the S. A. L. R. R. crossing
of the Ocala and Martel and Dunnel Dunnellon
lon Dunnellon road near Juliette, and asked the
help of the board In getting the cross crossing
ing crossing fixed.

Hon. W. L. Colbert filed report of


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Raked Crabs: Mix with the contents of a can of McMenmin's
Deviled Crabs Meat, bread cr.imls or iwnnded crackers. Pepper
and salt the whole to taste. Mince some .cold boiled ham.
Have the baking pan well buttered, place therein first a layer of
the crab meat prepared as above, then a layer of the minced ham,
and so on, alternating until the pan is filled. Cover the top with
bread crumbs and a bit of batter and bake.
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Robin Hood Apricots, 30c tins, for. . 23c
Robin Hood Pears, 30c tins, for. 1 23c
Robin Hood Sweet Peas, 20c tins, 15c

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Phone IPS


MigSn GpadlB IPpIotirag-
. Call at the STAR JOB OFFICE

i :

1 HAT!



All Straw Hats must go regardless of cost. Come
early and make your selection before the are all pick picked
ed picked over and your size is gone.

$1.50 HATS $1.50 HATS $1.50 HATS
We also have some excellent values in felt hats. We
are closing out broken lots, and broken sizes just one
or two of a style. Regular S3 hats S1.50 just halt Price.

Dry Goods
Ladies Ready to Wear





Men's Furnishinfis





I I i (Continued from Fourth Pake! iffil;

i m

(of Ji-iy. lias, showing 47 regulars an,! j V VA FK fl rl Cl i t

i i oof tippriiiiy 1
is Ii ii, Q I!


Why is the soda cracker today

such a universal food?
People ate soda crackers in the
old days, it is true but they
bought them from a barrel or
box and took them home in a
paper bag, their crispness and
flavor all gone.
Uneeda Biscuit soda crackers
better than any ever made before
made in the greatest bakeries
in the world baked to perfection
packed to perfection kept to
perfection until you take them,
oven-fresh and. crisp, from their
protecting package. Five cents.

! ii


At This Period Use All
Safeguards lor Comforts and Well Being
The best and most practical of these is ice our ice. It preserves
your food; conserves your health, increases your pleasure, does
you good In ways too numerous to mention and all for a little

AJklm ttie Plumber :
Is now prepared to give you estimates on all kinds of
and everything in this line. When placing your con contracts
tracts contracts for work in my line let me have an opportuni opportunity
ty opportunity to save you money. All work installed is on strict
guarantee of satisfaction.
Phone 388 or 235 S. Osceola St. Ocala, Fla.


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Store, Office Building or School House. My prices are Bight, my
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Ask the man with whom you talk typewriters if he has a

nachine with Combination
Column Selector and



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his typewriter is




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labor saving idea in typewriting.
It saves 1 0 to 20 per cent, of the time and labor according to the
nature of the work; and it does it in the simplest manner by keyboard
control of the carriage movements.
The Smith Premier Typewriter, Model 10, has Fourteen new
features all of vital importance in producing the best and quickest work.;
Let us send you a Smith Premier catalogue, describing them alL.
Smith Premier Department
Remington Typewriter Company
220 W. Bay Street, Jacksonville, Florida.

poll taxes collected during the month
of July. showing 47 regulars and
54 extras c-olltc-it 1.
Cu m ru a ri I Co. ; i un by I. 11. Junes rel relative
ative relative the J. F. Hall ana If. E.
ruad rti.' an -.2 filed.
On motion of Mr. Wat kins clerk va
in.tracttfJ to wrfle the O. At s?. W. Ii.

11. x-j pu: In j rc'i.-r sl.aj.e ilrs; crus- 1

i."ir.a' on i 'Mireli n and Shady Grov- j
, road and cios.-irij; of Dunnt-llon an J i j j'
j Ucaia road, all three crossings within jit
tiiree miles of Ocala and to use 2xlvj!!

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incri material in maKing tnese repairs.!;

i Com. D. G. Watkin.- filed rti.ort of'

railroad crossingr of A. C. L. Kail way! j
on new road west of Dunnellon. atli

Iron Gan,r Gem., at Lead l'And on j
public road from Dunnellon to Morgan-j

ville. j ji
On motien of Com. Watkins, thet-

clerk was instructed to order one bar-'
rel of black mineral paint for the
Dunnellon and Blue Itiver bridges j
and have the same shipped care of
G. Watkins, Dunnellon, Fla.
Mr. J. S. McCully appeared and ask asked
ed asked that an appropriation of 100 be
made toward premiums for the Boy's?
Corn Club. On motion by Com. Davis,
seconded by Com. Watkins, that the
appropriaticn be made, being: put to
a vote, wa.s lost 3 to 2.
Mr. Randall Wells appeared relative
to the appointment of a road engineer
and superintendent.
Mr. Well.-- appeared relative to Or Orange
ange Orange Springs and Citra road.
Mr. W. H. Warnock appeared rel relative
ative relative to tax assessment of McGehee
Lumber Co.
Mr. J. D. liooney appeared relative
a tick vat to be installed at the. Fair
Grounds for the use of the farmers
of the county and other matters.
Mr. J. It. Moorehead appeared rela relative
tive relative to a new county map for Marion
county, and asked for appropriation
to assist him in getting up the map.
M. .Salana appeared in behalf of
Jackson Vaugh and Nelson Knowles.
On motion of Com. Davis it was order-!
ed that warrant for $3 per month be!
drawn for relief of Jackson Vaugh. j

jnd warrant for $5 per month bei
i'drawn for relief of Nelson Knowles. i

and that warrants be sent to.MeFal-l
ana. j
Hon. P. If. Nugent appeared and
presented statement, or semi-annual
report, to comptroller, of all financial!
transactions of the county for the J
past six months, in accordance with
the new act of-the legislature, which'
was accepted and approved.
On motion of Com. D.ivls the clerk
Vvis instructed to notify the newspa

pers of Marion county that the county
would refuse fo pay for the publica publication
tion publication of the semi-annual report of the
comptroller, for the reason that the
alvice to the board is that it is un unconstitutional,
constitutional, unconstitutional, and that if the comp comptroller
troller comptroller wanted published this report
in some newspaper of the county it
' would cost the county about $200 to
?.00 expense per year and no visible
, r. turns. That the statements would
, be on rile in the county clerk's office.
! R. L. Anderson, attorney, appeared
and presented petition signed by 1568
i names, asking that an election be call-
ed as provided in the 10th Article of

the constitution and laws of Florida,
determine whether the sale of intox intoxicating
icating intoxicating liquors, wines or beer, shalj be
prohibited in Marion county, state of
Florida. On motion of Com. Hender Henderson,
son, Henderson, petition was accepted and filed.
This motion was objected to by Edwin
Spencer, Jr, attorney for the. Co-Operative
Protective Association; be because
cause because it does not appear that the pe petition
tition petition is one petition and it does ap appear
pear appear on the face of the petition that
there is more than one petition. On
motion of Com- Henderson it was or ordered
dered ordered that the board go into execu executive
tive executive session to check the petition pre presented
sented presented by R. Li. Anderson, attorney, to
ascertain if it had the requisite num-

j.ber of voters to-call said election.

All of ednesday and Thursday

forenoon wir rnnsnmoH in nhopkinc

this petition. Thursday evening the
count or checking of petition wa.s dis
continued, it being found that the pe petition
tition petition carried more than the one one-quarter
quarter one-quarter of the registered voters of the
The following resolution was offer offered
ed offered by Com. Davis: "Whereas, a writ written
ten written application signed by one-fourth
or 25 per cent., of the registered vot voters
ers voters of Marion county, Florida, having
been presented to this baord to call
an election in said county to decide
whether the sale of intoxicating liqu liquors,
ors, liquors, wines or beer shall be prohibited
therein., it was ordered that said pe petition
tition petition be granted and such election
'And Whereas, the board has grant granted
ed granted the written application of the var various
ious various registered voters of the county,
asking that an election be held to de decide
cide decide whether the sale of intoxicating
liquors, wines or beer shall eb pro prohibited
hibited prohibited in said county.
"Be it resolved, and it is hereby or ordered
dered ordered by this board that an election be

held on Tuesday, the 16th day of Sep September,
tember, September, A. D., 1913, in Marion county,
Florida, to decide whether the sale
of intoxicating liquors, wines or beer
shall be prohibited in Marion county,
Florida, and it is further ordered that
the clerk of this board do give at least
SO days notice of said election by pub publishing
lishing publishing notice thereof in the manner
required by law, which resolution was
adopted by this board. Thereupon the
clerk of said board was ordered to
have published the following notice:
Notice of Election.
"Notice is hereby given to all per persons
sons persons that an ejection has been called
for and will be held on Tuesday, the






A visit to our store this week will prove decidedly
advantageous to you, if you've any shopping to do.
A glance below will tell you of a few specials on


Chlldrens Rompers made of the

very best materials in col- SmTI

ors, values 50c

V. V f J


Lawn Ii all colors

8c yd.

Kimonas, every one a bar bargain,
gain, bargain, all sizes,


Specials in our Grocery Department
Wesson Cooking Oil, 2 pound can net weight. The can


Best Table Butter, the Pound


Primier Brand Stuffed Olives OQ
also plain, 20 oz. bottle LXjIi

Van Camps Catsup, 4 Qp
large size the best luu

Primier Brand Jam
35c value, the jar







We teach your dollars to have more cents

ment, all members present.

A list of tne names stricken from,
the registration books by Hon. D. M. j
Darco, registration officer, and the

board of county commissioners having
been prepared the following order was
made: By order of the board of coun county
ty county commissioners of Marion county.
State of Florida.
(List of names stricken to be found
elsewhere in this issued).
Hon. V. L. Colbert appeared and
presented a list of errors, insolven insolvencies
cies insolvencies and double assessments for the
year 1912. W'th the proper affidavit
attached, and after careful examina examination
tion examination and comparison, allowed the same
and ordered that W. L. Colbert, tax
collector, is therefore entitled to cred credit
it credit on account of said lL-t for the fol following
lowing following amounts. Total state. $1,583.94;
total county, $3,256. 6; total sub sub-schools.
schools. sub-schools. 1539.11: grand toatl, $7, "79.34.
Hon.ll W. Davis made application
to the board for a recommendation to
the comptroller to be allowed to re redeem
deem redeem the outstanding tax, certificates
on lot 3 and 49 L feet off north side of
lot 2 Reordon's Middletown lots, Ocala,
at face value of certificates and
amount years taexs without interest,
which was, on motion of Com. Hender Henderson,
son, Henderson, granted on account of assessment
being covered, etc.
Petition by B. J. Taylor, et al, ask asking
ing asking help for Leda James, was read
and on motion of Com. Luffman, war warrant
rant warrant was ordered drawn for $3 per
month and mtiled care of Granthan
Bros., Sparr, Fla.
On motion of Com. Watkins warrant
for $5 per month was ordered drawn
for relief of C. R. Revels, of Rock Rockwell.
well. Rockwell. Fla.
On motion of Com. Watkins warrant
was ordered drawn for $3 per month
for relief of C. M. Hawkins, of Leroy,
Circular by Champion Supply Co.,
of Atlanta, Ga., received and filed.
Report of Sheriff John Galloway to
State Auditor, showing cases in which
fines and costs became acharge
against the sheriff, for July, read and
Hon. Geo. MacKay filed the floor
plan showing proposed toilet room on
first floor Marion county Court house,
which was laid over for future consideration.

pDoGOODr $& 4 Cptt a

We do not VB0RE" Customers who come to buy
We do our business easily. We sell to everybody at
the same price all the time.
If you've never dealt with us 4brace up" and come
Our tools will hold their edge for you and hold your
trade for us.
fflarioi lariware Co.
Phone 118, Ocala, Fla.

Leter from K. X. Jelks, Macon. Ga..

16th day of September, A. D., 1913. in relative to sewer pipe and freight,

Marion pountv. Stat nf tn r?o read and filed.

cide whethe- the sale of intoxicating' Mr. 'J. H. Livingston appeared and
liquors, wines or beer shall be pro- asked the recommendation of the j

hibited in said county of Marion. ; board to the comptroller to be allow allow-Scch
Scch allow-Scch election to bo held "as rnnirprf ed to redeem the outstanding tax cer-

- wrf

Where Shall I Go To School ?

Article 19 of the Constitution of thltincate on neu or

eU and swli of

State of Florida and the laws of said se-- sec- l0 -u- request as re re-State.
State. re-State. quest as to the sw',i of seli and
"Board of County Commissioners. 1 panted 33 to the ne4 of se4. sec. 8.



Communication by John W. Smoak,

"Marion Conntv. State of Florida 1, -0-

"By P. H. Nugent. Clerk of sa

Board of County Commissioners." j asking recommendation to the comp comp-On
On comp-On the above motion C. Carmichael i troller to purchare outstanding tax
requested that the minutes show that j certificate on neU of swU. 24. 13. 20.
he voted no. "on acount of illegality-1 as read. Clerk was instructed to
and the advice of the rountv attor-' notifiy Mr. Smoak that the comptroller

OF BODY. MIND AND SPIRIT OF c oll.eS .f A-rt and Sciences. Normal
YOUNG MEN. 8 COLLEGES and Divis- c00 w;ltr Kindergarten Department,
inns- r.iRFRiT. art- t.w- F!Vf5?.- chool of Music. School of Art. School

.VEERING: AGRICULTURE: TEACH- Expression. Home Economics with
ERS' COLLEGE: EXPERIMENT STA- xtension Div sion Beautiful location
TIOV- EXTENSION DIVISION- GRD- beautiful buildings and flrst-clasa

has always notified this board that 7-24-tf A

no discount will be given in the pur-

ney."' All of the other four commis commissioners
sioners commissioners voted yes.

Board Adjourned Vntil Friday s a. m. chase of certificates. That if he wish- j

Friday. Aug. S, 1913. j :
The board met pursuant to adjourn- (Concluded on Seventh Page)

UATE SCHOOL. 10 new brick build buildings,
ings, buildings, besides gymnasium, swimming

pool and many subsidiary buildings. 61
in faculty and officers. 322 young men
from 45 Florida counties, and 21 states
and foreign countries last session.
TRANCE ENTRANCE FEES. $12.50 per year. Write

today for catalogue.

.. M L it PUREE, President.

equipmer ; throughout. Including irym-

nasium and swimming pooL Forty Forty-two
two Forty-two members of the faculty and other
officers. Four hundred and thirteen
students from forty-five Florida coun counties
ties counties and ten states.
TRANCE ENTRANCE FEES. $124 per year. For
information address,
EDWARD COXRADl, President.

Read our UNCLASSIFIED ADS. for your wants


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


Dinner and Auction for Miss Person
Last evening at the Harrington
Hall Mr. W. J. Frink was host at a
lovely dinner, the honor guest being
Miss Willie Person of Orlando.
Others present were Misses Bettie
Mclver, Annie Atkinson, Messrs. W.
B. Gallagher and A. J. Beck.
Miss Person is a young lady of
charming personality and many tal talents
ents talents and during her visit at Idlewild
as the guest of .MrsD. E. Mclver
and Miss Mclver has added many
friends to her already long list. Last
week Miss Mclver entertained at a
merry house party of young ladies
for her visitor and after dinner last
evening Miss Atkinson, a member of
the house party, arranged for a re reunion
union reunion of the same crowd and invit invited
ed invited to be with them an equal number
of young men who frequented the
lake during the week. Two tables
were placed for auction and playing
at them were Misses Person, Mclver,
Alice Bullock; Marie Van Engelken,
Messrs. Frink, Gallagher, Morris
Smith and O. B. Howse. At the con conclusion
clusion conclusion of the games a salad course

was served.


L. HJVan Engelken and

daughter, Mtss Marie Van Ehelken,
leave tomorrowLfyr Daytonaf Beach
I for a fortnight's j$ay. Theswill be

I guests or tne seasiae


Erases ITexie Todd and Hannay

Ellis, who have been guests of Miss
Elizabeth Davis at North Lake Weir
since Monday, returned home today.
Mrs. II. M. Hampton and young
son are ijow at Clayton, Ga., for a
visit, after which they expect to go
. to the mountains of North Carolina.
Mrs. Hampton was joined yesterday
in Jacksonville by Miss Percy
Saunders, who will be with her for
several weeks.
,' Miss Eugenia Fuller, who is with

I friends near Hendersonville, N. C,

nas oeen on af signt seeing trip to

Asheville. The lafet of this week

Jiss Fuller wjtlletTirn to Greenville,
SAC., where she will againhe the

guesNpf her cousins


of Lakeland, and Mr. Brantley
Weathers of Ocala. They formed a
house party at the Lizotte hotel.
Tampa Tribune.
Miss Nellie Nelson after a visit of
several weeks with Miss Agnes Bur Bur-ford,
ford, Bur-ford, returned to -her home in Tam Tampa
pa Tampa this afternoon.
Mrs. Jessie Haj'craft is spending
this week with Mrs. Elmer DeCamp
at Stamford, Ct., where she has gone
to enjoy her vacation.
Dr. and Mrs. H. F. Watt and sweet
little daughter, Helen Coe, expect to
be the over night guests of Mr. L.

R. Chazal at Woodmar.

Miss Sarah Pearl Martin is having
a siege of chills ,and fever. Her
mother, Mrs. John Martin, who. has
been sick for several months, con continues
tinues continues about the same.
Miss Legle Blitch and her brother,
Mr. Landis Blitch, who have been in
and around Asheville for five weeks,
are now in Chester, S. C.
Miss Katherine Pyles, who has
been visiting Miss Juanita Lytle at
Stanton, returned home today ac accompanied
companied accompanied by her hostess, who will
be her guest for several days.
The members of the Eastern Star

I sewing circle greatly enjoyed the

afternoon with Mrs. R. E. Yonge on
Tuesday. Instrumental and vocal
music was rendered by Mrs. B. F,
Condon, Miss Emma Sage and Miss
Erin Yonge while the ladies were
busy with their needles. During
the afternoon Mrs. Yonge served ice
cream and cake. She was assisted
in serving and entertaining by her
daughters, Mrs. Lewis Yonce and
Miss Erin Yonge and granddaugh granddaughters,
ters, granddaughters, Misses Emma Sage and Rossie
Mente. The circle will meet with
Mrs. S. P. Anthony on Sanchez

street next Tueada

' Mrs. W. H. Harrison returned yes yesterday
terday yesterday from a week end visit to
Woodmar spent with Mr. L. H. Cha Cha-zal's
zal's Cha-zal's family.
Miss Mary Carter Riddle is the
guest of Miss Onie Chazal at Wood Woodmar.
mar. Woodmar. Mrs. W. C. Person and daughter,
Miss Jean Person of Orlando, passed
through Ocala today en route to
North Carolina to spend the re remainder
mainder remainder of the summer. Miss Per Person
son Person was a popular visitor here last
year and several of her friends were
at the station today to greet her and
her mother.
Messrs. P. W. Duffee and B. Smith
returned to their homes in Atlanta
today after a visit of several days to
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Looney and fam family.

jJJiss Agnes Arnold has returned

ro ner nome in Atlanta after a series

f visits with relatives and friends

iriSIacksonville. Oca la an dEeesbu re


Miss Elizabeth Mizelle, who has
been the guest of Miss Ophelia Saw Saw-tell,
tell, Saw-tell, returned yesterday to her home
at Orange Lake.
A party passing through Tampa
Sunday, en route to their homes
from Pass-a-Grille included the fol following:
lowing: following: Miss Josephine Drane.
Miss Lucy Combeau, Miss Mabel
Caldwell, Mr. Ossian Drane, Mr. F.
D. Mendenhall, Mr. C. D. Kime, all
I have just oiened up my new
garage on North Main street, and
solicit a share of the patronage of
car owners in Ocala and surrounding
territory. The repair department
is prepared to do all kinds of auto automobile
mobile automobile repairing on short notice.
None but first-class workmen em employed,
ployed, employed, and therefore, 1 am In po position
sition position to guarantee every job that
leaves the place. Rates will be found
reasonable as high-class workman workmanship
ship workmanship and good material can be furnished


T. C. L tickle,
Building formerly occupied by Ideal

Harry Thaw's Flight Arrested at
St. Hermengilde
Sherbrooke, Quebec, Aug. 19.
Harry K. Thaw was arrested yester yesterday
day yesterday at the village of St. Hermenin Hermenin-gilde,
gilde, Hermenin-gilde, and Is now in a cell in the
county jail, preparing to fight ex extradition.
tradition. extradition. He faces deportation on
the grounds of undesirable citizens
and extradition by the United States
on a charge of conspiracy. In the
opinion of the local authorities, this
charge is not sufficient, however.
The officials have received word
that the district attorney of Duchess
county in which Matteawan is lo located,
cated, located, is on his way here prepared to
swear to a warrant charging Thaw
with bribery, an extraditable offense.
Thaw claims he was merely passing
through Canada on his way to De Detroit
troit Detroit when his passage was inter interrupted
rupted interrupted by his arrest. He exhibited
what he claimed to be transporta

tion to Detroit in support of his

claim and cited the case of Jack
Johnson to bear out his -contention
that he .cannot be sent back to the
United States by the Canadian au authorities
thorities authorities so long as he was simply
passing through the country and in intends
tends intends to go beyond its borders.
New York Wants Him
District Attorney Conger, of Dut Dutchess
chess Dutchess county, New York, it is under understood
stood understood here, wants Thaw deported
and returned to the United. States
over that part of the international
line touched by the state of New
York. Thaw came into the Dominion
from New Hampshire, however, and
if custom is followed, he would go
back to New Hampshire.
The Canadian immigration de department
partment department at Ottawa has wired the
chief of police here to hold Thaw
under the immigration act, indicat indicating
ing indicating that steps will be taken to de deport
port deport him.

st TujeudJ

A pretty baby girlvas born this
morningsto Mr. a&yMrs. A. N. Gal Gallant
lant Gallant at thVirJmtjon--North San Sanchez
chez Sanchez street. v
Mrs. Otto Mente and little daugh daughter
ter daughter Rossie, left for their home, in
Jacksonville Tuesday after a short
visit-with 'Mrs. Mente's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. R. E. Yonge.
The C. W. B. M. of the Christian
church held a very enthusiastic
meeting yesterday at the home of
Mrs. C. E. Winston. Four new
members were received into the aux auxiliary.
iliary. auxiliary. .At the close of the meeting
Mrs. Winston served light refresh refreshments.
ments. refreshments. Mrs. Judson Edwards continues to
improve slowly, and her physicians
say she is In no immediate danger.
This good lady has hundreds of
friends deeply concerned at her
Mrs. J. W. Akin and little son left
yesterday for a visit to relatives at
Barnesville and Macon, Ga. They
"were joined in Jacksonville by Mas Master
ter Master George Akin, who has been
spending the past .few weeks at
Pablo Beach.
Mrs. N. I. Gottlieb and daughter,
Miss Nellie, returned today from
their visit to Sarasota.
Judge Barksdale and wife and
Miss Nona King of Dunnellon were
visitors in the city today.

Mrs. H. A. Fausett and daugh daughters,
ters, daughters, Misses Pearl and Violet, are at
home this week, but expect to re return
turn return to the lake next Monday or
Tuesday. Miss Ruby Fausett with
her brother, Clifford, and Mrs. H. H.
Kemp are at the Fausett cottage at
Eastlake, and Mr. Fausett goes
down every Saturday night to enjoy

life by the lake and amlcl the trees j

of his fine grove.
Mrs. C. K. Sage went down to the
lake last night to spend several

Miss Rita Namias of Tampa is'
visiting friends in this city. j

Mrs. J. D. Rooney and children,1
who have been visiting in the Sun- J. G. PURVIS


We receive a shipment of these de delicious
licious delicious candles every week and it is
kept on ice. They need no intro introduction.
duction. introduction. We are at your service.
Phone 284. The Court Pharmacy. 7 6t

Enjoy outdoor life without tan and
freckles. Rexall cold cream insures
your complexion. Get It at Gerig's
Crugstores. 6-17-tf

Try a Star Want Ad. It PAYS

When One's
is at Stake
A mere matter of expense is of no
Our motto in our profession is
"Not how Cheap, but how GOOD."
But it will be found that our prices
are always as low as consistent with
a high grade of pharmaceutical ser service.
vice. service. Accuracy and Promptness are
our watchwords.
N. B. For accuracy's sake ask
your doctor not to telephone your
prescription, but to WTRITE it, and
we will send for it.

Anderson Pharmacy
"The Store Accommodating'
Phone 268.

idi mis

Dental Surgeon
Rooms 9, 10, 11, Holder Block
Phone 250
Terms: Cash.
Dental Surpeon
Office Over Commercial Bank
Phone 211
Dental Surgeon
Office Law Library Building
Phone 444

shine City for the past two weeks,
left yesterday for their home in
Ocala. They have been visiting
with Mrs. F. C. Richardson. St. Pe

tersburg Times.
Mrs. S. T. Maddox left last night
for a two weeks visit with friends

and relatives in Ocala. St.
burg Times.


Crockery and china still at the low
prices at The Murray Company. 15-3t

Dental Surgeon
Office Over Nash Dry Goods Store
Attorney at Law
office Second Floor Munroe and
Chambliss Bank Building

1(0) YflDi Ilk toff toll

Speaking of Saws:
The iHiorest economy is a cheap
You may not need for your work workmen
men workmen the highest priced saws, but
you do need a GOOD SAW.
This Saw comes in all grades and
Come in and w'ell help you se select
lect select the best for your purpose, and
we will guarantee satisfaction.
We have them all Hack Saws,
Coping Saws, Keyhole Saws Pruning
Saws, 3Ieat Saws, Compas Saws,
Buck Saws, Hand Saws from 18 to
26 inches, Ice Saws, One Mian Cross Cross-Cut
Cut Cross-Cut Saws from 3 feet to V feet,
and regular Crosscut Saws in 5, 52
and 0 feet lengths.

Axe Us About our Axes.

We have, the; Famous Kelly Axes"
- ? i
in sizes from ii lbs. to 7 lbs. s
We have the double blade axe
that cuts going and coming.
The Collins Broad Axe is the best
Bread Axe, we can get.
We handle Axes and Hatchets,
from a small Shingle Hatchet to a
heavy 2 H lb. Chop Hatchet.
Ask anybody what a Ma dole
Hammer is, they are the best. We
have them in all styles and weights.
Our hammers run from a two oz.
'tack Hammer to a 20-pound Sledge






Hardware Department.
The Store of Quality

fTl '- 71


The following 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.



1:2 i i.iu.
2:33 p.m.
1:40 a.m.
2:30 a.m.
1:05 p.m.
4:23 p.m.

Southbound Arrive
3 1.05 p.u.
9 (Limited)... 2:30 p.m.
1 1:5 a,m.
2 2:25 a.m.
4 12:50 p.m.
10 (Limited).. 4:20 p m.

The limited leaves Jacksonville at
11:30 a. m. and arrives in Tampa at 6
p. .in. It leaves Tampa at 1 p. m. and
arrives in Jacksonville at 7:30 p. ra. It
stops only at Turkey Creek, Plant City,
Dade City, W'ldwood, Ocala, Starke
and Waldo
Southbound Jax. and St. Petersburg;
Arrive Leave
No. 9 10:35 p.m. 10:46 p.m.
No. 39 2:40 p.m. 2:42 p.m.
Southbound -Ocala and Lakeland
No. 35 (Sunnyjim) ...6:40 a,m.
Northbound Jax. and St. Petersburg;
Arrive Leave
No. 10 5:19 a,m 5:20 a.m.
No. 0 12:54 p.m. 1:14 p.m.
Northbound Lakeland and Ocala
So. 32 (Sunnyjim) Arrive 9:50 p.m.
Ocaia and HomoMMa
leave No. 49 8:20 a.m.
Leave No. 47 2:25
Arrive No. 44 12:50. p.m.
Arrive No. 48 5:00 p.m.
uv. 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.rt VlO p.m.

"I was cured of diarrhoea by one
dose of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy," writes M.
E. Gebhardt, Oriole. Pa. There is
nothing better. For sale by all deal dealers.
ers. dealers. Adv.





i To a Person Who Prides

Himself on His Appearance


v Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen
is a necessity. To supply that fje-
2 cessity is Our Business. 4

Ocala Steam Laundry :

j 402-401 S. Slain Street Phone 101.




Wiiisoir .-Hotel'
Jacksonville's Finest
Florida's Largest and Best Year
Round Hotel
The Hotel you take your Mother,; Wife or Sister to
Home Hotel ofjhe State
European Plan $1.50 Per Day and Upward
A.M Wilson, Thos. M. Wilson,
Jacksonville, Florida

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

One of the most common ailments :
that hard working people are afflict-'
ed with is lame back. Apply Cham-;
herlain's Liniment twice a day and
massage the parts thoroughly at each j
application, and you will get quick',
relief. For sale by all dealers. Adv. i







Ocala House Block

Phone 420

Try a Star Want Ad. It PAYS Try a Star Want Ad. It PAYS



corxTv commissioners

Is Your Blood


(Continued from Fifth Page) 1

It is universally acknowledged that nothing is a better business
and social asset than a clear healthy skin. The full vigor of life
seems to radiate from the ma or woman whose skin shows health
and good color. Pure blood, -rich red in color and circulating
freely, is the factor most es&ential in the possession of perfect
will bring that good rich, red blood to your veins and that
healthy glow to your cheeks. It cleanses the blood of all impur impurities
ities impurities and destroys disease-producing germs. It purines the blood
and keeps it pure.
Large Bottle $1.00.
We guarantee all Dike Household Remedies. We honestly be believe
lieve believe them to be the best the drug world produces. Ask us about
Dike Remedies.

TM Court Pla


The Drug Store n the Square.

.facilitate the collection of road taxes

an J keep proper re-cor.i of same, all to

Of nounu m ftoos iorm. ;

On motion of Coin. Luffman. clerk'

' war; instructed to have vote polled anJ 1
es to redeem the certificates the board shown in minutes on all question of.

petitions and hills. Com-. L-uffman.
IavL-- and Vatkins votinsr aye, Corn.


prant his request.
L. Colbert, tax


'report o lk-t-r-ses collected during ; Henderson not voting.
July showing: f47 for state and $23,50 1 On motion of Com. Huffman it was!
!for county, which was read and filed, j ordered that the board furnish one

Affidavit of Graham as justice of ; mile 4S inch American wire fencing j
the peace in and for the i".th distroct, j to McLaughlin and Fayne, according J

read and filed, j to public road opening- field, fence to


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We Press Your Clothes'

While You Wait.

No Glean-No Pay,
Phone 167.


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Letter from ISeckmain Co., read
Pamphlets on "The Passing of the
Wrinkled Tin Culverts," by the Am American
erican American h'ewer Pipe Co., Akron, Ohio,
received and filed.
Circular by Austin Pros.. Atlanta,
received and filed.

Circular by the Gallion Iron Work i

Co., received and filed.
Pill by J. L. Robertson for amount
paid to S. S. Hutchinson for cutting
loss from Stokes Ferry road, ordered
reteured fof O. K. by Carter, road


Circulars by Fulton Bag & Cotton

Mills, received and filed.

Circular by Frank J. Manning, At

lanta, Ga., -cceived and filed.

Request by J. T3. Rooney relative to

painting band stand in court houe-s

yard, was, on motion of Com. Luff-

man, refused.

Applications for permits to sell liq

uors, wines and beer in election dis district
trict district No. one of Marion county, Fla.:

Ocala House Wine Rooms, a corpora

tion, by J. M. McCorkle, manager.

Ocala House Wine Rooms Annex, a
corporation; by J. M. McCorkle, man manager;
ager; manager; Walter II. Pedrick, doing busi

ness as G. I). Hogan & Co.; The Car Car-michael
michael Car-michael & Son Co., a corporation, Jno.
T. Moore, manager, by G. A. Carmi-

chael, president; Maurice Strauss, do doing
ing doing business as Strauss & Co.; Keat Keating
ing Keating & Co., a corporation, by R. L.

be put up bp McLaughlin and Payne;
all voting aye.
On motion of Com. Watkins it was
ordered that all bills be read in open
session and voted on by board before
passage or approval: all voting aye.
All bills and demands audited and
approved were ordered paid.
lioad bill paid amounting to

j were ordered paid.

On motion board adjourned to meet
on Aug 18, at 8 10 a. m. to appoint
managers and clerks for election, to
be held Sept. 16, 1913.

Fall and Winter Samples

on Display.

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"No Fit No Pay" TAILORS.




of our service is its promptness.
You are waited on when you enter
the store. You are not urged to buy
We expect the character of our
to do the selling. So pay us a visit
no matter how little time you can
spare. The goods and prices will tell
you lots and prompt attention will
enable you to buy as quickly as you
desire. But take longer if you can.
, Ocala, Florida


Official Itepurt of Kitra Sc-MMion of the
The. board of county commissioners
for Marion couney, Florida, met in
special session as per adjournment.
Present Hon. C. Carmichael, chairman;
I. G. Watkins, J. W. Davis, W. T.
Henderson, and J. W. Luffman, com-
The chairman announced the object
of the meeting to be to appoint inspec inspectors
tors inspectors and clerks for the election called
for September 16th, 1913, whereupon
the following inspectors and clerks
for the various precincts of the county
were named:
Precinct 1, A. to L. inclusive. Ocala
L. F. Ballard, clerk; Baxter Carn.
R. T. Adams, J. H. Livingston, Jr., in inspectors.
spectors. inspectors. .-

Precinct 1, M. to L. inclusive. Ocala

(if-n h March florU- T T Tlob la I

Keating, president, read and proper 1 0. Boo'her. J. P. PhillinJ. inspectors.

I'recinct .No. 2, Reddick Kd. 1). Rou,
clerk; J. C. Dupuis, F. J. McQuaig, W.

advertisement ordered made according

to law.

Applications for permits to sell liq

uors, wines and beer in election dis district
trict district No. 24, of Marion county, Fla.; by

i iai i i v i-1 l diiu. ; i cui UA( v .
O'P.annon, Jesse O'Neal and B. F.

Dukes, read and proper advertise advertisements
ments advertisements ordered made according to law.

Constable bond by W. V. Chappell

ordered returned for signature of ap applicant
plicant applicant or principal.

Application- for license to carry pis

tol by D. Chisena ordered returned as
application does not show caliber of
pistol as it should.

Petition of J. W. Gates et al for re

lief of John Starke of Zuber read and
on motion of Mr. Luffman, warrant

was ordered drawn for ?3 per month

and mailed to S. B. Brooks, Zuber, for

relief of John Starke.

On" motion of Mr. Luffman warrant

of $3 per month way nnired drawn

for relief of Harriet Riley and mailed
to Arthur Evins, Irvine.

Field notes of the survey of the

public road from Orange Springs to

Jordan. Ferry or the Oklawaha river,

by Randall Wells, received and filed.

Report of H. M. Hampton, attorney,

to I'. II. Nugent, clerk, on the consti-

tutionalfty of chapter 6428. Acts of
lSHJt, read and filed. .....
Petition by F. II. Camp, et al, as
follows: We the resident freeholders
of Marion county, livnig in the vicin vicinity
ity vicinity for which a public road is now de desired,
sired, desired, and petitioners herein, do re respectfully
spectfully respectfully ask and pray that a public
road may be established in said coun county
ty county and state to be made and extended
from the Ocala and Pedro hard road
running east and starting at the half
section line of section 20, tp. 16, s. r.
22 east, on the west side of said sec section,
tion, section, (wrhere the same intersects with
the Ocala and Pedro hard road) and
running thence easterly along sand
half section line or as near thereto as
may be deemed best, through sections
20, 21, 22. and part Vf 23 to where it
hard road, a distance of about 3
miles: was read and on motion was
referred to Com, Davis for investiga investigation
tion investigation and report at next meting of the
Clerk was instructed to order for

A. J. Ellis, at Citra, one small civil
docket, and have same mailed to him
at Citra, Fla.
Hon. John M. Graham, county treas treasurer,
urer, treasurer, filed report of receipts and dis dis-buresments
buresments dis-buresments for July, 1913, showing:
County School Fund
Received $1,395.93
Disbursed 581.90

"an honest man may have a bad title through no fault of his own1
"a good man does not always mean a chhI title
'"men pass away, titles run on forerer.'
"an abstract of title is the only means by which you can determine
whether yon are buying land or a lawsuit"

florida title and abstract co.

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As we employ Uone but experts we are In position to guarantee ev-
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Lake City, Florida
A high-grade College whose Faculty is composed of Christian
men and women trained injth& best schools. Our courses lead
to the degrees of A. B.-, B.-S.-.-and A. M.
Moral influences excellent and surroundings conducive to
sJludy and development of high character.
Departments: Collegiate, academic, business, art, expression,
and music. Application -should be made now for rooms.
A. dress
President Denn

Balance $814.03
Hoad Fund
Received 54,513.84
Disbursed 4,500.08

Balance $ 13.76
County Proper
Received $710.84
Disbursed 699.90

Balance $ 10.51
Fine and Forfeiture Fund
Received $993.75
Disbursed 605.78

Balance $ 387.97
IIulldinK Fund


$ 296.53
$ 80.39

F. Pulliam, inspectors.

Precinct No. 3, Flemington 11. V.
Nettles, clerk: J. M. Mathews. H.
Anderson. C. if. Grav, inspectors.
I'recinct No. 4, Cotton Plant C. R.
Veal, clerk; J. A. Brooks. J. L. B.
Hudgens, M. Atkinson, inspectors.
Precinct No. 5, Romeo J. II. Lanier,
clerk; J. II. Wiggins, J. P. Hudgens,
". J. Folks, inspectors.
Precinct No. 6. Camp Izzard H. A.
Ross, clerk; K. V. V. Jordan, W. F.
Strickland. Geo. N. Dorr, inspectors.
Precinct No. 7, Shady Geo. Johns,
clerk; Reuben Reddin,-?, Fred G. Buhl,
N. J. Edwards, inspectors.
Precinct No. 8, Summerfield J. D.
Proctor, clerk: Irvin S. Billups. J.
Leon Wall, Frank Izabell; inspectors.
Precinct No. 9. Lake Weir J. M.
Blair, clerk; G. K. Kemp. John T.
Lewis, H. W. Henry, Sr., inspectors.
Precinct No. 10, Moss Bluff J. C.
Pillans, clerk; W. E. Martin. M. H.
Morrison, Albert W. Fort, inspectors.
I'recinct No. 11. Grahamville J. A.

Reynolds, clerk; L. W. Wilson, J. R.
Kouers. R. C. Fort, inspectors.
Precinct No. 12, Salt Springs W. P.
Williamson, clerk: J. Y. Hicks, W. S.
Hastings. J. F. Falana, inspectors.
I'recinct No. 13. Fort McCoy A. J.
Albritton, clerk; R. A. Hogan, J. W.
Stevens, W. S. Priest, inspectors.
Precinct No. 14, Orange Springs W.

F. Jordan, clerk: R. A. Carlton, D. M.
aldron, I. B. Brinson, inspectors.
Precinct No. 15, Linadale C. A. Mc Mc-Craney,
Craney, Mc-Craney, clerk: D. L. fJ)ravdy, C. J. Mc Mc-Craney.
Craney. Mc-Craney. W. H. Dowell, inspectors.
Precinct No. 16, Citra R. C. Doug Douglass,
lass, Douglass, clerk; W. J. Crosby," XL J. Tim Tim-nions.
nions. Tim-nions. Robert Shortridge, inspectors.
Precinct No. 17, Anthonv B. H.
Leitner, clerk; C. C. Priest, J. D. Bas Bas-kin,
kin, Bas-kin, D. W. Shealy, inspectors.
I'recinct No. 18, Martin B. O. Webb,
clerk; W. M. Shockley. W. A. Knob Knob-lock.
lock. Knob-lock. II. A. Meadows, inspectors.
Precinct No. 19, Stanton K. F. New Newport,
port, Newport, clerk; Arsene J. Lehman, W. T.
Kelsey, John F. Sigmon. inspectors.
I'recinct No. 20, Blitchton J. W.
Coulter, clerk; T. M. Phillips, R. W.
Ferguson, Sam W. Curry, inspectors.
Precinct No. 21, Belleview L. L.
Hopkins, clerk; R. H Hale, D. C.
Stanley, J. N. Shedd, inspectors.
Precinct No. 22, Mcintosh L. T.
Hickson, clerk; W. G. Norsworthy, J.
B. Havird, D. H. Irvine, inspectors.
Precinct No. 23, Pedro W. H.
Swearingen, clerk; S. G. Lovell, M. M.
Proctor. Robert Shaw, inspectors.

Precinct No. 2 4, Dunnellon C. E.

Hood, clerk; W. N. Knight, F. J. Tit
comb. E. F. Smith, inspectors.

Precinct No. 25. Candler A. J. Snell,

clerk; Albert McClain, G. G. Richie,

A. Belcher, inspectors.
Precinct No. 26, Sparr Jno. W.
Luffman. clerk; A. S. "Lambert, D. W.
Hooker, W. D. Eminisor, Sr., inspec inspectors.
tors. inspectors. I'recinct No. 27, Eureka Jasper J.

Brinson. clerk; John R. Hogan, L. B.
Marsh, F. M. Harp, inspectors.
Precinct No. 28, Levon J. S. Barrett,
clerk; W. J. Frink, L. K. Dankwertz,
W. J. Wright, inspectors.
Precinct No. 29. Kendrick A. S.
Pickett, clerk; Z. Graham, C. H. Shaw,
Peter Loos, inspectors.
IVecinct No. 30, Martel P. A. Aus Aus-ley,
ley, Aus-ley, clerk; J. L. Beck, J. A. Carter, J.
H. Clark, inspectors.
Precinct No. 31. Fairfield G. Mark Mark-am.
am. Mark-am. clerk; J. A. Jones, D. B. Payne, A.
G. Yongue, inspectors.
Precinct No. 32, Geiger W. R. Dre Dre-her,
her, Dre-her, clerk; J I. Whittington, J. D.
Dupuis,. S. P. Geiger, inspectors.
Only two persons appeared to be re restored
stored restored to registration lists in answer
to advertisement entered in error for
August 18th instead of Sept. 1st, as it
should have been.
On motion board adjourned to meet
Monday, Sept. 1st, 1913. at 10 a. m.,
for the purpose of restoring any names
wrongfully stricken from the registra registration
tion registration lists and consideration of any
other matters that may come before

the board.
P. H. NUGENT. Clerk,
Board of Commissioners of Marion
County, Florida.




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Wire your orders at my exiense.
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Koofing, Metal Laths and Shingles, Crushed Itock, (iranite
Curbing, Building Sand.
Also Fruit and Vegetable pickers and packers sup supplies,
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Offices, Salesrooms, Wharves,
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ftndry & Knight Terminals


The Old Standard, General Tonic Drives out Malaria,
Enriches the Blood and Builds up the Whole System

Total Balance Jl. 306.60
Which was filed.
Fetition by O. S. Lambert, et al. to
have James B. Gilbrath appointed as
constable for district 26, was referred
to the governor, as this board has no
jurisdiction 'n the matter.
Mark and brand Inspectors' reports
by Inspectors for districts No. 3, 8, IT,
20, 22, 23. 2?, 32 and Fairfield, received
and filed.
The following' justices filed reports,
showing no "business during July:

0 j A. O. Harper, dist. 13; Jas Akin, dist.
20; J. S. Burton, dlist. 32.
? J The following justices filed reports,
showing fines and costs imposed dur-
j July, 1913:
J j V. E. Smith, county judge, fines,
'$535.00. costs, 1102.42; J." W. Lyles, J.
I dist. 1, fines, $37, costs, $13006; Z. A.
J McClaran, dist2, fines, $20, costs,
$12.&0; A. J. Ellis, dist. 16. fines, $63;
Alexander Wynn, dist. 19. fines. $13,
J costs, $6.90;- W. F. Abshier, dist. 21,
fines. $210, costs, $70.09; J. M. Barks-
'dale, dist. 24. fines. $33; D. L Gran Gran-Jjtham.
Jjtham. Gran-Jjtham. dist. 26. fines. $20, costs $33.80.
Clerk was Instructed to have sum-
mons and receipt with stub printed
and furnished the road overseers ot

Funeral Directors
Undertakers and Embalmers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
Funeral Directors
All Work Done by Licensed Em Embalmers
balmers Embalmers and Fully Guaranteed
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Undertaking Office 47


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Founded on
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of the same name

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Sixty Seconds Leeway.
In they trooped, Jim Blake at their
head Van Dyke, Neligan, Gregg, and
(sulkily bringing up the rear) Tom.
Grace had quitted the library at her
husband's order. Now, starkly un unashamed
ashamed unashamed of the eavesdropper's role,
she was standing tense, expectant, her
ear to the closed door leading to the
Inner rooms. Through the thin panel
she could hear every syllable fromt
the library. Her own name was the
first word she caught.
"Grace turned in?" Jim Blake was
asking; and Robertson replied:
"Yes. She's all tired out. We can
talk freely here. No one will inter interrupt.
rupt. interrupt. Sit down. The cigars are over
there. And here's the Scotch."
"Has Standish been around yet?"
queried Van Dyke.
"Oh, he'll be here all right," vouch vouchsafed
safed vouchsafed Blake, before Mark could an answer.
swer. answer. "He knows we've got him in a
hole. He'll"
"But have we?" argued Van Dyke.
"As far as I can see, it's still the other
way around."
"It's bad enough to be delayed by
anything," fumed Mark. "But it's ten
times worse when we're blocked by a
damned little by the person whoot
this information," he corrected him himself,
self, himself, catching a warning glint from
Blake's half-shut eyes.
"Whatever the price is," suggested
Gregg, "I say pay it! Pay it and
save time."
"No," contradicted Blake, his glance
shifting as if by accident to Tom.
"Her the the price is too high."
"Too high?" snorted Neligan on
whom the undercurrent of Blake's re

fusal was entirely lost. "It's the first I
time we've ever economized." j
Before Blake could reply the buzzer j
sounded. j
"There's Standish, now," said Jim. j
Let him in, Neligan. Take the lead j
from me, all of you. And don't dis- I
grace me by acting like wild asses of
the desert."
Neligan, in obedience to his chief,
had opened the outer door. Standish.
after a quick and seemingly indifferent
look that itemized the room's occu occupants,
pants, occupants, walked forward. Neligan care carefully
fully carefully closed the door behind him.
The men nodded stiffly, uncomfort uncomfortably,
ably, uncomfortably, in response to the visitor's slight
"Good evening, gentlemen," said
Standish pleasantly. "This setting of
the stages seems to suggest Daniel in
the lions' den. I hope none of you
has made the error of casting me for
the role of DanieL"
Neligan's- lips flew apart with the
force of a retort that leaped to them.
But the words were never formulated.
For Blake, beaming cn the newcomer
like a father upon his dearest loved
son, exclaimed affectionately:
"Why, how are you, my boy? How
are you? Take a chair. Neligan, get
him a"
"Thanks," declined Standish. "I can
talk better on my feet."
"Oh!" deprecated Blake, in pathetic
disappointment. "You've come to talk?
I was hoping you had come to
"To lie down?" supplemented Stand Standish.
ish. Standish. "Well," answered Blake oracularly,
"the man who lies down can get up
again. But the man who is knocked
down, Is apt to take the count."
"The question is this, Mr. Standish,"
broke in Mark, impatiently at his father-in-law's
slower method of reach-'
ing the point. "Will you support us,
or will you not?".
"I will not," returned Standish.
"Or at least resign your leader leadership?"
ship?" leadership?" "No. I thought we had settled all
"Then," asked Van Dyke, "you are
' prepared to take the consequences,
Mr. Standish?"
"If there are consequences yes."
"Oh, there'll be consequences, all
right," Blake assured him. "Hell's full
of 'consequences.' So you won't even
protect the Woman?"
"You haven't found her yet."
"NTn "T' nmilPrl RlaVa "Bon. T trXt

you there was a trap. Well, it caught
her. And we'll have her name in half
an hour at most. Probably sooner. If
you think that's a bluff, you're wel welcome
come welcome to. But you've only a half-hour
to keep on thinking It."
"Look here, gentlemen," said Stan Standish,
dish, Standish, turning to the others. "All this
does not interest me in the least. 1
came here tonight for just one rea reason
son reason to appeal to your sense of jus justice."
tice." justice." A ripple of derision from his hearers
stirred his slow voice to slightly faster
"You can't beat me," he went on.
"And you know it as well as I do. I
am secure. But, for the sake of others,
I ask you not to make political capita
out of something in my private life."
Gregg's loose mouth parted in a
grin. Nel&an laughed aloud. But
Mark Robertson could see no humor in
the situation.
"You're wrong, Standish," he de declared.
clared. declared. "This scandal will beat you."
"Let us suppose, for argument's
sake, that it would," agreed Standish.
"Can't I appeal to your honor? Won't
you fight fairly?;
"We'll publish the truth," retorted
Mark. "If 'that's unfair."
"It is unfair. If not to me, then to
the Woman."
"It is too late to go into that matter
now, Mr. Standish. Your presence
here) tonight is, by itself, strong proof
against you; if further proof were
Standish made a gesture of weary
"Proof?" he echoed. "I don't deny
the story. You wouldn't dare use it
if you couldn't prove it. But, gentle gentlemen,
men, gentlemen, there comes a time even in poli politics
tics politics when we've got to be men first
and politicians afterward."
"Then," suggested Blake, "be a man.
Give up the fight."
"No," replied Standish, "I won't be
blackmailed. The affair was over and
done with before I asked the people to
accept me as their leader. Long be before.
fore. before. It has no bearing on my pres present
ent present fitness."
"That'e your misfortune," sneered
Mark. "The people have a right to
know who represent them. In the
newspaper articles we have prepared,
there are no facts we cannot prove;
your affair with the Woman your
failure to carry out your pledge to
marry her
"Then the story Is written?" ex exclaimed
claimed exclaimed Standish.
"It is in type," put in Van Dyke,
"and waiting our word to send it out
to the whole country."
"I see." mused Standish. "And I see
how such a story will be handled in
print. You'll use every trick of sug suggestion,
gestion, suggestion, every fact inferring a lie
"And," cried Mark, "it will beat you.
It will beat you, man and that'e what
we've been working for, for years."
"I'm not beaten yet," retorted Stand Standish.
ish. Standish. "And I advise you, Governor Rob Robertson,
ertson, Robertson, to be careful
"Oh, we shall be careful,"- returned
Van Dyke. "The proprietor of the ho hotel
tel hotel is coming tonight. The hotel where
Mr. and Mrs. Fowler were registered.
We may not need him to identify her.
But he'll be on hand in case we do.
Take my word for it, Mr. Standish,

you'll save a great deal of unneces-

f i ml

cne exuq mat mat would not do you
credit, you can understand how much
more effective it will be."
"You are wrong! denied Standish.
"She is of good family. She
"She may have been a good woman
when you found her," said Mark. "But
there must have been a bad streak in
her, somewhere. You left her to sink
as low as I expect to find her and
"Drop that, Mark!" burst out Tom
Blake, jumping from his eeat and con confronting
fronting confronting his brother-in-law. "Don't! I
can't listen to it any longer. Standish

is right. What you men are doing is
vile. If you've got a scrap of man manhood
hood manhood left in the whole bunch of you,
you won't drag this Woman into your
dirty schemes. I
"Oh," drawled Blake with the air of
a sleepy man bothered by a fly, "for
the love of Mike, don't you butt in!
The situation's punk enough as it is,
without your laying your trophies of
idiocy at its feet."
"Idiocy?" flared Tom. "Perhaps
common decency's a better term. Or
perhaps in your vocabulary the two
mean the 6ame thing. You men are
known as political leaders. The pub public
lic public looks to you for examples. And
yet you stoop to a currish trick like
this! Isn't there enough whiteness in
the whole lot of you for a single voice
to protest against such use of a wom woman's
an's woman's name? You've just been told
she's of good family. That she ha a
name to lose. And you answer: "Po "Political
litical "Political necessity!' You know this story
will destroy at least two lives. Prob Probably
ably Probably several more. And again you an answer:
swer: answer: 'Political necessity!' You have
the power to ruin these lives. If you
uce that power, I tell you now, one
and all my father as well as the rest
I'm ashamed to have breathed the
same air with you!"
"Good night, Tom," drawled Elake,
no so much as troubling to glance in
his irate son's direction.
"No," corrected Tom, "good-by."
"It's up to you," yawned Blake.
"Good-by," reiterated Tom, stamp stamping
ing stamping from the room and slamming the
outer door of the suite behind him.
The others stared after him in dull
wonder. But an exclamation from their
host suddenly shifted their attention.
"Grace!" cried Mark in surprised

' disapproval.

She had come, unnoticed, from her
hiding place behind the inner door
and was standing among them before
they were aware of her presence.
"Mark!" she panted. "I I heard
what Tom said. And he was right.
You must not
"Please keep out of this, Grace," re requested
quested requested her husband in dire embar embarrassment.
rassment. embarrassment. "You don't know anything
about, it. You couldn't possibly
"I do," she denied. "I've heard.
"Grace, dear girl," soothed Blako.
"This is muddy business at best. It's
ho time for you to be here. You'll only
eoll those pretty hands of yours."
"It is the time for me to be here!"
she declared. "Ican see this from the
Woman's standpoint. You men can't."

(Continued Tomorrow)
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