The Ocala evening star

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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
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Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Porter & Harding
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Daily (except Sunday)
normalized irregular
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v. : ; 61 cm.


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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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production, and gives to the greatest

' I number of people the greatest possi-
.1 ble goo J.
Home Labor and Material Wholly j If our governor or commissioner
Can be Used and Florida jhas no available funds, it can be
Money Kent at Home easily taken care of and bring the
'same results, and the correct data
Ocala, Fla.. Sept. 10, 1913. jcan be furnished our state autnori.
Editor Star: I appreciate very t,e8 ,which wU, be authentic and
highly the editorial endorsement youJthat .,a for the CQunty commissioners
gave my article on the great state iQ each cou h through

quesuon OI Duiming one roaas;the comraIssioner representing each
throughout our state, and the utiliza- ;district in their county at once to be

If He is Correct, the Old Status of Three Districts and One Congress-

man-at-Large is Still in 0eration

Pensacola, Sept. 10. C. H. B.

Floyd of Apalachicola, a representa-three simple word3 showing with

tion of our convicts in the carrying

igin these investigations and have

uul Ui imB steat iJ- jthe clays found, tested and made into
I am likewise grateful to those! brick 1)r0perly burned and determine

who have personally expressed their !jUst where this clay is, amount of

endorsement and 'phoned me.

J deposit and what it can be secured

Now let us discuss this great prob-iifor. Xo sensible citizen would want
lem again, for by agitation we canjto impede progress of this nature, by
work out all the details, correct mis- attempting to place an exorbitant
takes and finally arrive at the best price on these deposits, when they
method of solving this question be-1 realize the great value the construe construe-fore
fore construe-fore time for the state to take charge tion of brick roads means to the ad ad-of
of ad-of the convicts. jvaneement of every interest of the
I invite your attention, as well as: whole state.
your many readers, to the following! Jake itv in our own county we
editorial mention in the Tampa !can tind ample clay suitable for brick
Times of Sept. 8th: jand deposits that will make vitrified

"Here is a very interesting and fbrick. But even put it on a basis of
timely suggestion by the DeLand jfanure to find clays that will in ev ev-Xews:
Xews: ev-Xews: 'Has the governor of Florida, jery instance produce the vitrified
or the commissioner of agriculture, itrSck. In my experience I have seen
a, contingent fund that could be usel many miies of pacing put down out
to employ a competent person to in-;0 our brick that has been burned
vestigate the clay deposits of the hard; yes, even glazed they were so
state and publish data as to their fit- nard, that when put down right
ness for the manufacture of vitrified i would be here after many of us have
brick? Could money be used for a:gone i0 our reward,
better purpose?" Millions of dollars; Eyen thQugh our clay does not
are now being suent in the construe- vitrify is no reason why the state

tion or vitritiei oricK streets ana ;

roads in Florida. What tremendous

tive' from Franklin county in the last

two sessions of the legislature, has!
finally made a real "discovery."
Floyd has found, he says, that the
state of Florida was not redistricted
by the last legislature; that the en enrolled
rolled enrolled bill and printed law creates
two third districts and no second,
and that the law does not go into ef effect
fect effect until after the next election for

The result is, says Mr. Floyd, that
the law. is worthless and ineffective;
that Claude L'Engle will have to run
in the state at large. Floyd con concludes
cludes concludes his startling telegram to the
Pensacola News with the assertion
that he will run against Congress Congressman
man Congressman L'Engle if some kind friend will
advance the campaign fund.

what tremendous effect the English
language can be used under certain
circumstances. This is the amend amendment:
ment: amendment: "The right of citizens of the Unit United
ed United States to vote shall not be denied
or abridged by the United States or
by any state on account of sex. Con Congress
gress Congress shall have the power by appro appropriate
priate appropriate legislation to enforce the pro provisions
visions provisions of this article."





being that he intends to run against
Congressman Stephen M. Sparkman
and wants the support of Scofleld's

' ; friends in Citrus county, while Mar-
v mm i

I ruw uul Touauiy inn. Snencer's home eountv. has been

Himself Able to Go One Better.
Jacksonville, Sept. 10. The Me Metropolis
tropolis Metropolis of yesterday has the follow following:
ing: following: "Put me down for John X. C.
Stockton for the United States Sen-


St. Petersburg Judge Has a Problem
That Would Task the Wisdom
of Solomon
r D i oi -i . j tt a

rciersuuig, sepu iu.-r r.i.ui is

transferred to the second district.
The second reason gjven is that

: Spencer did not look with favor upon

the governor's bill affecting the con convict
vict convict lease system. That the gov governor's
ernor's governor's bill was defective was shown
by the manner in which it was

ate; he should win and I believe he Slaughtered by amendments in the
will win." J Senate and then killed in favor of a
Edwin Spencer, Jr., of Ocala, who I better measure, which is now In
was a leader in the House of Repre- i force.
sentatives' at the last session despite j Spencer was never given full cred-


the fact that he is only 23 years old, jit for his part in the drawing and
visited the Metropolis office today j passage of this bill, which came from
and the first statement he made is ,a joint Senate and House committee.

i2-ivpn aiiove. I lint th fcM is that mnnv nr th

Floyd's wire to the News follows: j0f rhirtv St. Petersbursers to have i ... .. ,

; 1 ( i A : i X- a : it,, t in c t i n l nnrrrnr i o'l l 1 1 T-a ni I m T i :a

could not adopt or make a special

sized hard brick suitable for our

benefit would result to the people cads th t 2ive us better roads

generally if all of this money, could lhan any gtate -n the SQUth Xo rea.
be kept in the state instead of being &Qn why aftef these road3 are built
sent to Georgia, Tennessee, Alabama that eaGh commlssioner cant be SUp SUp-and
and SUp-and Maryland! The suggested in- wUh & certain amcunt of brick
vestigation should be made at once, . ,antr!1,iv wtPri in "his

"Apalachicola, Fla., Sept. 9. Pen Pensacola
sacola Pensacola News, Pensacola, Fla.: The
congressional redisricting bill, chap chapter
ter chapter 6472, laws of Florida, is a mon monstrosity.
strosity. monstrosity. It does not go into effect

until after the, next election, it ere-1

ates two third districts and no sec ; reasonabie

ond district. The enrolled bill is like)

the printed law. Was the law tam




mission for the legislature and a

commission government for Florida
If a kind friend will advance the

Judge J. D. B-ll name what he would ; down iu-Qur sectIon but Stockton i:

term a reasonable amount of liquor stronger than ever in Marion county,
for one to bring from Tampa, were in which he has a,ways conimanded
rewarded when the judge announced heavy sunnort said the youthful

that Le would hereafter consider a


"Mr. Stockton has not

ure were injected at his suggestion.

Spencer refused to discuss his fail failure
ure failure to secure the state's attorneyship.


city were quashei, however, when

J gallon of the intoxicating beverage a beea la5riy treated ,n the past, but I
I t-Aocrtno 11a it f rT Vrk--i

lcosuuau,c amuuai: 0iJ''a,cul' i am sure that the future holds better
f t i is ;x i j.

piaus lor rusuias uie niaii 11110 me ,n Ktnr tnr hIm M.K f fJfrl W'm 1 ASM Kisses and Short Haul Rjll j for Charity

the most important and ef-j Salem, O., Sept. 10. All kissing'icji t no c o i Vkir 1 r I n

equent trips to Tatapa ; periormances oi recora were et-iiiiseu.

would warrant him considering even ner at tne recent session was tnehere Sunday night when a pretty girl
much less than a gallon an unreason-lonS and short haul freight rate bill, j me.nber of a prominent family, was

with, or was the legislature the jue comftleRced putting strings 1 ljnj
nt? The legislature must ? : to the consideration. He announced' ne of
ed. Let's have a lunacy com-, toQ fr ent tri to T a fective n

able amount.

kissed 16S8 times and not by one

and it should be thorough."

M district, and one team and two men,

I agree heartily with this project. jn cage Qf cloud bursts or

any other trouble, to repair and
maintain his district easily.

The great question is, find the

campaign fund l will oeat uiauae torj rnntPmnlatP sprurina botu senate and House without aajffiani either. At the same time five-

congressman-at-large. 1 am certain j thg Jimit frQm Tampa is how many i "loosing vote. This bill makes !t j other gIrls equally pretty and promi promi-of
of promi-of my assertions." times in the course of a month they 1 imperative for the railroais to sho-.v l tent received the same number ot
(Signed), "C. H. B. Floyd." may Eafely return with a ..reasonable-. the railroad commission that their ; kig-eSf oa an average.
lamount." The judge's handouts 0fjrates are just- and gives tnac boJy The girls disposed of ten thousand
MULTUM IN PARVO j?50 or 80 days are not especially pop-ower to ut just rates into efect- kisses at $1 each to aid the endow endow-Pensacola
Pensacola endow-Pensacola News: The constitu-; ular w,ith the thirsty ones and most Attitude cf Tramniell nient of Salem Hospital which has
tional amendment for woman's suf-!ot them hae sworn off in preference j Owing to Spencer's legal ability, just been completed. The osculatory osculatory-frage,
frage, osculatory-frage, which has been favorably re- to such expensive refreshments. iand to the further fact that he was bombardment lrsted two hours and
ported by the senate committee to' i one of Governor Trammell's floor j at times! there was a line of men.

which it was referred, has a war warlike
like warlike sound. After you read it you
are likely to conclude that it was
either writen by a militant suffra suffragette
gette suffragette or composed by the husband


i leaders in the House, considerable young and old, a block long waiting
surprise has been expressed at the to fire salutes.

Indiana 12 Year

Old Drowned in a fact that the governor recently ap-j
I pointed George W Scofield, of Imer-

Yinesar Jar

CHAPTER XO. 13, R. A. M.

ness, a comparatively unknown man,

But when you take any plan of pro production
duction production of the necessary brick to
build our roads throughout the state,

it assumes a more momentous propo-' .,,,-, fr tVia ar,i ?pm reads it seems that internal strife is David, was drowned in an eight gal-i Politicians declare that Trammell fourth Friday in every month at

sition than that of ourgood DeLand expected Jf it passed. s lion jar of vinegar. He fell head 'overlooked Spencer's ability and ser-;l:30 p. m. C. B. Connor, H. 1

o one while his wife stood over himj Terre Haute, Ind., Sept. 10. Les-j as state's attorney of that circuit, in; Regular convocations of the Ocala

(Chapter Xo. 13, R. A. M.t on tne

with a big stick. From the wayit ter, the il-year-old son of Mrs. Geo. j place of Spencer.

News, for it minimizes the cost of

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contains forty

first into it.

vice. lor one or two reasons, the first ; Jake Brown, Secretary.



Nut Scout Pete Is a Fortune-Teller.

(Copyright, 1913, Western X'cwcpapvr Union.)

SooK FALLiH Love vjTTM A m X MOnY io minuRs ArTefc. Lajoolo You LlKeTo feN STRAIGHT loTHE

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Board of Trade meets tonight.

Moose meet tomorrow evening.

Band concert Friday night.
Woodmen meet Friday evening

A large lot of novels at The Mur Murray
ray Murray Company. 9-6-31

Mr. Ed L. Wartmann of Citra has
returned from his visit to Atlanta.

Pat Winfrey is boring wells In the
Flemington section.

Mr. C. C. Sims returned to Tampa
today after a brief business trip to

Rexall toilet cream, an excellent
toilet requisite, a delicate cleanser
and beautifier. At Gerlg's Drug
stores. 8-29

Judge Bullock left this morning
for Tavares to preside over a special
session of Lake county circuit court.

See the clean up-to-date fountain
at the Anderson Pharmacy. Phone
delivery system for all lines; 269 is
the number. 9-4-6t

All the members of Fort King
Camp W. O. W. should be on hand
at Friday night's meeting. A num number
ber number of new members will present
themselves for initiation, and the
services of the veterans in this work
are specially required.

Do you need an alcohol stove to
take with you on early morning
trips? You can heat water or coffee
in four minutes. Look at them at
the Court Pharmacy. 9-2


The board of stewards of. tha
Methodist church request a meeting
for tonight to be held at the close of
prayer meeting. It is desired that
not only the ofScials but members of
the church In general should be pres present.
ent. present. This is important. A serious
matter requires attention.
A. L. Izlar,
Acting Chairman.

County Commissioners Carmichael
and Watkins, Secretary Rooney, Dr.
J. L. Davis of Irvine, Dr. Blitch, and
Messrs. B. H. Seymour and F. W.
Ditto of Ocala are out on the
Blitchton road today, making plans
for the big working Oct. 16. They

will have everything marked out be

fore operations begin. They are al

busy men, and deserve the thank3

of the people for the public-spirited

way in which they are giving their

time; to the work. The Star respect

fully suggests that the city, in view
of the great benefit the road will be

to Ocala, let its street force help as

much as possible on this end of the

road. There is a big road roller be

longing to the city that hasn't much

to do, and it might as well be out on

the road earning interest on its in


The Moose will have a large,
round time tomorrow evening. A
imumbe.r of prominent citizens will
; ride the goat, and the evening will
close with a social session in which
. refreshments will be served.

DR. W. K. LAXE Specialist, Eye
-lEar, Xose ind Throat. Office Law
library Building, Ocala. Adv.
T3orn to Mr.v and Mrs. N. P. Ives
yesterday a fine boy. Mr. Ives is
with the Roess Lumber Co.

At the meeting of Tulula Lodge
last night, Mr. Heron Todd took the
Initiatory degree in Odd Fellowship.
' Tulula Lodge has a number of can candidates
didates candidates and will soon commence the
" work of conferring degrees. On the
- second Tuesday night in next month,
vthere will be work in all degrees,
and the night's exercises will close
with refreshments.

Mr. Edwin Spencer, Jr., has re

turned from Jacksonville, where as
will be seen by the article elsewhere
he attracted considerable notice in

newspaper .and political circles. Mr

Spencer says he thinks Harry Floyd
is right in regard to redistricting the
state, and tha congressional lines
will be the same next year that they

were last.

Mr. g. Schlemmer and Mrs. F. J.

Huber are expected home tomorrow

from Cedar Keys where they went
to attend the funeral of Mr. Schlem-

nier's father, Mr. Nicholas Schlem-

mer, who died Sunday night. Mr

rsicholas Schlemmer was one of

Cedar Keys' old and respected citi

zens. He moved to Cedar Keys from
Indiana about thirty-five years ago,
and had been in business in that

town ever since.

Ice cream at. the Anderson Phar Pharmacy
macy Pharmacy is ten cents, either plain or
with crushed fruits. The QUALITY
counts. 9-4-6t

' Mfss Marsha

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today, looking





the removal hat may tak

superintendent of

t the new building

r it and plannin.:


Of all people in town, Fred Weihe
didn't know what time it was last

Saturday night.

Tomorrow is the last half holiday

of the season. They might as well
be continued to the first Thursday in
October, as business is not going to

pick up much before then.

Mr. W. J. Edwards, one of the
state's citrus fruit inspectors, will
have for his territory Alachua, Mar Mar-Ion,
Ion, Mar-Ion, Lake, Orange, Osceola, Seminole
and Putnam counties, with head headquarters
quarters headquarters at Ocala.

W. E. Allen, of Mcintosh, Florida,
spent Sunday in Miami. Mr. Allen
is a prominent business man of Mc Mcintosh
intosh Mcintosh and was an interested visitor
3n"the city. Miami Metropolis.


Almond cocoa soap, which is with without
out without aaeJttaL "Get lfst the Court

Pharmacy. 9-2

Mr. Shearer, fwho lives out on the
Blitchton road J has plenty of lime on
his place and if putting it at the dis

posal of the rj

ton day.

d-builders for Blitch-

The members of the Rifles will go
out on the rifle range for practice
tomorrow afternoon. The boys are

improving steadily in marksmanship

Sheriff Galloway says that Silver
Springs burglary looks like the work

of amateurs, and he thinks the burg burg-lars
lars burg-lars will be so ashamed of the haul
they made that they may reform.

Mr. J. P. Ausley of Citra was in
town today.

The fine picture of the Ocala Boy
Scouts, which Secretary Rooney had
taken a few days ago, has been pub published
lished published in the Jacksonville Metropolis,
accompanied by a good write-up of
the organization by Mr. Rooney.

RexalTT66tErpaste, a perfect den-

trificeantlsepticandjdeodorant; 25c,
tibes, at Gerig's drug stores:" 8-29

5 'Dther people will give you an ap

proximate estimlte, but Mr. Stephen
-Uewett will giveyou the exact figures

or none. StevLlS-JLiicorrigibly ac-


Mr. J. C. Caldwell, superintendent
of the electric light plant, has re reclamed
clamed reclamed from a business trip to Jacksonville.

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

The Star is informed that the col colored
ored colored people are planning to organize
a company of boys of their own race
on the lines of the white boy scouts.
It would be a good idea, and if well
supported and carried out would re result
sult result in a much needed advancement
-of many c-Icrci tcys.

Contractor Blanchard has remov removed
ed removed the scaffolding from in front of
the stores in the Merchants Block,

and is now attending to the inside


Get your Saturday Evening Post
FREE tomorrow from Rivers Hab Haberdashery.
erdashery. Haberdashery. 9-1 0-1 t

Rivers will give you a Saturday
Evening Post FREE tomorrow morn morning.
ing. morning. Call and get yours. 9-10-lt

FREE Saturday Evening Post thl3

week at Rivers Haberdashery. Why

pay the price when you can call at
Rivers' and get one free? 9-10-lt

our convicis at it at the earliest pos possible
sible possible moment.
Let us go deeper into this great
question, enact a law requiring each
county through its commissioners, or
make a state road commission em empowered
powered empowered to carry out this work, elim eliminate
inate eliminate them from politics by making
them men to be employed at salaries
based on their merit and worth as
men capable to carry this work out.
If left in the hands of the county
commissioners make it a law to re require
quire require that all present trees along
public roads shall be preserved and
all general highways shall be set to
the most available and adaptable
trees for each section and have them
maintained and in five years we can
invite the tourist, the farmer, the in investor,
vestor, investor, the traveling man to a state
having not only the finest brick
roads, but the shadiest and most
beautiful driveways under the canopy
of Heaven. It can be done, it must
be done. .We should not rest or let
up until rour whole great state is a
network of bricked and shady roads.
Our traveling salesman, many of
whom are now handling their trade
by automobiles, would soon all adopt
this method, as they can cover more
territory, handle their trade more
Citizens of Florida, this is no idle
dream, no delusion or phantasy. But
stern facts; then co-operate with me
in bringing this gigantic plan to a
successful termiaation.
Think of it, for $150,000 we can
put six splendid brick plants in op operation,
eration, operation, put two in West Florida, one
in Duval, one in Marion, two in the
southern section, and see how fast
they can turn out the bricks, and ap apportion
portion apportion them to the counties that re respond
spond respond the quickest to the state's call
and get their roads ready for paving.
The greatest stimulus of the age
would actuate every county to line
up at once for its quota of brick.
First build .the great through ar arteries
teries arteries of travel throughout the state,
then take up the next most traveled
road in each county until every pub public
lic public road in each county is bricked.
Won't this beat bonding our great
state for $50,000,000, out of which

there might grow graft and scandal

galore. This great bricking plan
comes directly home to each county,

and our state officials can easily

handle this.

Let our candidates wake up and

embody this great plank in their
platforms so that our whole state will
be in harmony and when we assume
state control of -our convicts, all
plans will have been made, all de

tails worked out and adjusted and

the greatest road building ever be

gun in the epoch of human history

a great state in a united effort build

ing her entire roads with brick.
J. D. Rooney.

ALL and

Mr. Thomas Ray returned to Lees Lees-burg
burg Lees-burg this afternoon after a brief

business trip to Ocala. He expects
to visit Chicago soon.


Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot

corner. Meats a la carte ana mncnes

at any hour. Adv.


To central will connect you with the

prompt delivery service of the An

derson Pharmacy. 9-4-6t









Is the Last Thurs Thurs-day
day Thurs-day that the stores
will close early
this season.
We want to make our sales
the largest for this day tKan
any other Thursday this sum summer.
mer. summer. Therefore, he have put
on four big Specials for differ different
ent different hours of the day.
From 9 to 10 a. m.
We will sell a set (6) of real-Thin
Blown Glass Tumblers worth fully 50c, for


From 10 to 11 a. m.
We will sell a Japanese Matting Rug,"
size 27x51 inches, very useful and worth 50c

for only '

li Sn

From 11 to 12 a. m.
, We will sell a Japanese Art Square
9x12 feet, full room size, worth every cent
of $3.50 for


From 12 to 1 o'clock
We will sell Ladies' White Corduroy
Skirts, assorted style and sizes, some of
these are worth $2, for





the kind that never sells for less than $2.50,.
and the best clock of its kind in the world

Clock sale will be on from 9 to 1 o'clock.
Only one of any of the
above Items will be sold
to a customer.
None will be sold at the price either be before
fore before or after the time indicated.
Our Big Odd and End Sale is now on. on.-Everything
Everything on.-Everything in Summer Goods must go now
regardless of former, prices. Won't you,

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USE STAR WANT ADS FOR RESULTSThey "Deliver the Goods."







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The real harvest that any man expects is the
financial harvest. After you have worked hard for
your money, what are you going to do with it? Is it
going to be frittered away in silly extravagances?
Not if you are WISE. Your own labor is- your best
asset. Do not waste the result of it on foolish things,
but put as much as possible of it into the bank for
that DECEMBER of your life that is bound to come.
We Pay 4 per cenl Interest on Savings Accounts


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Its ball bearings at all points where fric friction
tion friction developes through action, permit
close adjustment a .ad insure correct end
accurate typewriting.

We would like the opportunity to tell you more about it.
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. 500 Floritia Avenue, Tampa, Fla.


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this business that they are trving to
I drive out of LEGAL existence has

something to do with the general!
presi erity of the city. The pay roll j
for labor amounts to $19,160 perl
year; the city, county and state are!

I pail for license and taxes $7,393
I In discussing the coming "wet and ah year, the sum of -$3,1 SO is paid
dry" election, a well known business out each year for 15ghts and !ce-

while the rents paid amount to $12, $12,-00.
00. $12,-00. This amounts to $42,223. If

man expressed himself as follows:
;"The sale of liquor is a business that
has existed always and is one that
. will continue as Ion.? as the human
race exists. The general government
legalizes the manufacture and pale
of intoxicating beverages, and oar

state government also provides that

counties may allow the legal sale o

liquor by licensed dealers. Marioi

county has always been a wet eoun-j,
jty with the exception of two years'ix r,,j i' ri r.
some years ago, and after the two LOSt, FQUfid, WantcU, FCf Sale

.years experience with bootleggers
and blind tigers, it returned to the
legal sale of liquor in well ordered1

this amount is taken out of the gen general
eral general business of Ocala at the present
time, what is going to take its place?
That is the question for you to an answer."
swer." answer." Advertisement.


For Pent and Similar Local Needs

FOR SALE Two choice corner

and decently conducted saloons. At- lots, east Oklawaha avenue. Big bar bar-jtention
jtention bar-jtention has been ealled to the little gain. Apply at Star office. S 2S-tf
j city of Palatka with its newly paved
j streets and bridge and other im-'. WANTED Board in private fam-
provements which indicate that it is ilv tv young couple; no children.
keeping abreast with the natural de- Address, B., care Star. 9-6-3t
ivelopment of the state. The citv of
Palatka an th nn,,nK- r,f FOR SALE 1913 motorcycles and

i were heavily bonded for these im improvements
provements improvements and I believe the ex example
ample example would be a good one for our
'city and county to follow. Palatka,

i motor boats at bargain prices, all
! makes, brand new machines, on eav
'monthly payment plan. Get our
'proposition before buying or ou will

;With its advantageous freight rates,

i regret it, also bargains in
motorcycles. Write us today.


should be much better town than it mmorL;" cies" vrite ua loua- r-11'

is and I believe that if Ocalg could clos6 btamp for reply. Address, Lock
get the same rates our city would Bo 11, Trenton, Mich. 7-lS-tf
soon be far in advance of Palatka poR SALE White .oak hall tree
with its three well patronized clubs' hat rack. has mirror umbrella
and its numerous bootleggers and rackf et. Che for cagh, A
Wind tigers and I do not believe star office. 8-28-12f
that any fair minded citizen will con-
tend that prohibition has stopped! FOR SALE A brand new visible
the sale of liquor in Putnam county.' typewriter, a forty-acre farm near
; Gainesville is another city that is ocala; tw well drilling machines,
quoted as an exeample.. This city, one horse and new set of horness.
like Ocala, is a distributing point for Terms if desired. Address, C. T.
Jits immediate section; the state has Hodges at Waterman's store, Ocala,
also located its University there and Fla. 8-1 9-1 m
has spent many thousands of dollars :
in buildings and grounds, the stu- FOR SALE A small cottage, good
dents bring money into the town, but location; cash and time; bargain if
in spite of all the casual comparison taken quick. Address, Cottage care
of the stores, restaurants, hotels and the Star. 9-6-6t
other places of business will convince

any fair minded person that. Ocala

has held her own, without any out-

FOR SALE Big bargain in unim unimproved
proved unimproved property; half cash, balance

side assistance. We have paved our ori easy terms. Addhess, Box 164,




man who is thoroughly familiar with

a Shay locomotive, can get a position

a first class man who knows his bus

iness need apply. R. J. Rivers,
Ocala, Fla. 9-l-12t

streets with brick without bonding
our city. We are willing to compare

the records of our police courts with

the 'dry cities' records. Traveling
:men will tell you that they find mars

'drunkenness in the dry counties, if by aPPWnS to the undersigned. Only

any one believes that prohibition is
effective -let him inspect the express
car running out of Jacksonville or
Tampa or as far as that is concernei,
out of Ocala. Ask any traveling man
which is the best inland town in the
state and without hesitation he will
answer 'Ocala.' And furthermore i
it not so. Can either Palatka Gaines

ville or Orlando show more or better' H0USE WANTED Wanted tb
paved streets, better telephone, elec- rentf a moiern siSe, or geven rooni
trie or gas service, as many first class 4.residence; must te in gool location

WANTED A second hand ice
box; one that will hold 100 pounds
of ice; must be in good repair and
at reasonable price. Address S. K.
L., care tSar. 9-5-Gt

0 .J;ir5XKtetittMAimS&--


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and in first class condition. Apply


stores, can these dry (?) towns

buu ivu Cn auiniunea uauy j to L. O. Tyler, Ocala, House. 9

pers, one witn Associated telegraph
news, can they boast of a hospital for TtENT Six room cottage

that will compare with the one that, with bath, etc., corner Watula and
; is nearing completion, which is teing south Seventh streets. Apply at
built by popular subscription? Can Southern' Express Office. 9-i-tf

they boast of an athletic field which ;

has been donated to the young menj MONEY WANTED $3000 wanted

of dur city forever, are athletic sports on gilt-edged real estate security,
as well patronized in the dry section. ; Address, Money, care Star. 9-6-4t

Can these dry towns produce a clean-1
;er, or more manly set of young menj TABLE BOARD Can supply ta ta-ithan
ithan ta-ithan Ocala on 'the 'baseball field theihle board for two young men or for

man and wife in private family;

in house or immediate neigh-

WANTED To rent, two or three
rooms for housekeeping, or cottage;
couple without children. Address
E12X, Star. 7-S-6t


jA light sorrel mare with flax mane
rnl tail; white star in face; two
years and five mcnths old. A lib lib-(eral
(eral lib-(eral reward for return to J. J. Gas Gas-ikin,
ikin, Gas-ikin, Sparr, Fla. 9-8-4t

ipast summer. Ocala has made a rec-j

ord that cannot be excelled. We'rm

have nothing to be ashamed of andborhood. Address, Table Board, care
we have come thus far on the' road j Star. 9-6- Gt

ot prosperity witn clean, well-conducted
saloons. We are now asked
to experiment. We know the men
who are at the head of the liquor
business. They are clean men, whom
we. respect and even the most ardent
supporter of the dry measure cannot
find aught but good to say about

i these business men. They are as
much interested in the development
i of our fair city as you are. They are

large taxpayers, they are always in-

leresiea in any moe ior me oeuer- PnI? rfnt Rnardin house at

ment of Ocala and are always more Lakeland. Fla.; an 18-room house, 14
than ready to respond to any appeal j bed.roomSf two baths and toilets,
for aid whether made by our varioa3( dinicg room aad kitchen; at present
charitable organizations or of somefull of boarders paying $5 per week,
obscure case that is .brought to theirj(these boarders can,be kept by mov mov-attention.
attention. mov-attention. They are- law abiding jing in on Sept. 15). Price of rent, $45
men. The ordinance requiring sa-jper month. Xo furniture included,
loons to close at 10 p. m. was intro-( AddresSf. C. j. B, P. q. Box 271,
duced by one of these business men. Lakeland Fla 9.94t
And furthermore these men close

j their places of business at the hourj pQR RENT -New five room cot cot-Jspecified
Jspecified cot-Jspecified and keep them closed; tage, desirably located on corner of
; there are no side doors open after south Sixth and Tuscawalla streets;
hours or on Sunday. Now you are electric lights, bath room and other
tasked to experiment, theory against modern conveniences. Apply to Mrs.
practical experience. You are asked Haycraft at Haycraft & Camp's mil mil-to
to mil-to take the liquor business out of iinery store 9-8-6t
the hands of these men you know
and take your chances with blind STENOGRAPHER WANTED At
tigers and bootleggers. You are once for 30 to 60 days. Possible
asked to experiment in the dullest permanent position if competent,
year Ocala has had since the period 389 or 342. 9-10-3t
when the orange industry was wipei

The phosphate mines are s"1 u,


a a

, ii oKlav,-.-1?oi1 si n H intpllis'pnt man ahle

eitner ciosea or worKing biuan
the price of lumber and turpentine and willing to do any work. Has
is at the lowest. Perhaps our dry been in the sawmill business and is
friends do not realize the fact that familiar with machinery, and will

Where is Your Money?
While the family was at dinner over $900, hid in
a desk upstairs, was stolen from a St. Louis, Mo.t
Depositing money in a strong institution is the
best insurance against fire, burglars and dishonest
A safety deposit box also affords absolute securi security,
ty, security, at a cost of as little as $5 per year, for money,
jewelry and all valuable papers.
Large and small accounts welcomed.

eala National


"an honest man may have a bad title thron?!i no fault of his owiT
"a good man dues not always mean a tjood title
"men pass away, titles run on forever.
"an abstract of title is the only means by which you can determine
whether you are buying land or a lawsuit"

nrM; title and abstract CO.

Lake City, Florida
A high-grade College whose Faculty is composed of Christian
men and women trained in the best schools. Our courses lead
to the degrees of A. B., S., and A. M.
Moral influences excellent and surroundings conducive to
Study and development of high character.
Departments: Collegiate, academic, business, art, expression,
and music. Application should be made now for rooms.




lisor Hotel

Jacksonville's Finest
Florida's Largest and Best Year
Round Hotel
The Hotel you take your Mother, Wife or Sister to
Home Motel oi the State
European Plan $1.50 Per Day and Upward
A. M Wilson, Tiios. M. Wilson,
Jacksonville, Florida

Special Prices on Recovering Auto Tops:

) Rubber ..


Runabouts :

4-Passenger! SS:::::;
5.Passenger;K?rr ....


- 25.00

Goods subject to examination. Test of goods seen at
shop. Workmanship the best.
J. J. McCRANIE, Manager.

take any position offering a fair re-' lEIlt.AXTir.E lit'SIXKSS
muneration. Address, Box 180, t-fm n iv

Ocala, Fla.


; A good paying mercantile business
FOR REXT Upstairs furnished in splendid farming community; in
for light housekeeping, consisting of good-sized village in Marion county;
three rooms and bath; city and cis- railroad facilities fine; good school
tern water. Mrs. P. H. Gillen, Xo. and churches convenient; want a
1 S. 5th St. 9-10-6t Change on account of too close con-
- j finement. Approximate value of
Wash rags and bath towels at the stock $20 00, practically new. A

Court Pharmacy.


real bargain for cash.1 Address,

' -Merchant," care Star, Ocala, Flor-
Try a Star Want Ad. It PAYS .Ida. 9-12-4twky





i succeed as a financial enterprise and
jpay literal dividends on the money
i invested, but it will be a great fac-

tcr to assist a people that are try-H

ing to help themselves and need ail
jo the encouragement and assistance ;

iiiTTivr:i:!r x- r.xnnnj.ii. mmiMUFrrmts

jihat they can obtain from the whit
1?. 11. Carroll- General Manager Port Leavcnirood. IJu.mess Manager

- J. H. Ilenjamin, Editor




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an :j

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



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

One year, in advance.. $S.OO
Six months, In advance. ...... 4.25
Three months, in advance.... 2.25

One month, in advance 80 i

IS HARRY FLOYD IN ERROR ? jmade the defendant in the amount of

& f e e i t a Af

iuu iur uauiages- ior me aeteuuou

The dispatch from Harry Floyd to
the Pensacola New3, rewired to the
Tampa Times and Jacksonville Me Metropolis,
tropolis, Metropolis, regarding an error in re-


Following are the oHicers of the
Metropolitan Company, Bankers: j
George Giles, president, cotton and;
velvet bean buyer and shipper and

merchant; Prof. J. L. Wiley, vice;
(president, principal of Fessenden.

Academy; C. H. Stewart, second vice!
president, teacher; Frank P. Gadson,
cashier, proprietor of the Bazaar
Store; Prof. A. St. George Richard-!
son, assistant cashier, late president

of Edward Walters College.

Beard of directors: George Giles,
J. L. Wiley, F. P. Gadson, J. E. La La-Roche,
Roche, La-Roche, grand secretary of the color colored
ed colored Odd Fellows of Florida for thirty
years, S. H. Hadley, C. H. Stewart,
R. R. Williams, physician and sur surgeon,
geon, surgeon, Neptune T. Brown, extensive

The relation existing between a bank and its customers should be reciprocal
each helping the other. This is the basis on which we seek the business in
Ocala and Marion County.
, Our knowledge of business conditions in this section, our large resources,
our out-side connections and a strong directorate, enable us to give a banking
service to customers entirely fitted to their individual requirements.
Ttie Monroe & CtomMIss Baulk

of a two-store diamond ring, valued
at $500, alleged to be the property
of Mrs. Brvan. whirh has bppn hpll

irupujis, itgaiuius cwu' geon, .epiune i. crown, extensive
districting the state, was read by thejky the local police department for farmerf D. w. Goodwin, shoe mer-
subscribers to those papers in this! the past several months, awaiting jchant and manufacturer. j

positive identification


city with much interest this morn

So far as the evidence at hand
goes, Floyd is correct. The law as
issued to the people is just as he
says. If the copy of the bill in he
state records is similar, the law de defeats
feats defeats itself, or at most will not ap apply
ply apply to the next election; and the
congressional districts of- Florida
stand just like they have since 1893.
This keeps Marion county in the
first district, and makes it necessary
to again elect a congressman at large.
Marion county is not worried
about the matter. Uncle Steve Spark Spark-man
man Spark-man has always been popular here,

and Claude L'Engle, congressman at

large, who carried the county about

two to one in th& last primary, has
lost none of his popularity.
In regard to the matter, the Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville Metropolis of the 9th says:
"Discovery of the nullity of the
law creating four instead of three
congressional districts in the state
startled local politicians when the
fact was announced by Metropolis re reporters,
porters, reporters, and the prospect of a special
legislative session for the purpose of
remedying the defect was immediate immediately
ly immediately discussed.
"There is much speculation as to
v.IicLaer the special session will be
called, or the' old order of things al allowed
lowed allowed to stand, making it necessary
.for Claude L'Engle to run again
.from the state at large.
" 'If the act is void,' said Speaker

Inn I-. Karris, 'the old order of

The Metropolitan Company, Bank

ers, opened its doors Monday for the

first day's business. Although the

opening day was not advertised or i

even announced, it was a splendid
success and the deposits at the close
of business surprised and greatly
pleased the officers. The opening
was not decided on until the after afternoon
noon afternoon before. Had the company no notified
tified notified its friends all over the county

of the opening date the deposits

would have been many times as large than a year since it

as they were. reorganized, it

The first meeting for September of
the Board of Trade will be held at
the courthouse this evening. As
the last meeting in August was pass passed,
ed, passed, a considerable amount of busi business
ness business has stacked up, so all the mem-

bers who are not unavoidably kept

It is very apparent to all that the'
Marion County Board of Trade is

doing good work. Scarcely more

woke up, and


General Building Contractors



Block North East pf Postoffice,

reorganized, it has incited an im-

The Metropolitan Company, Bank-jmense amount of improvement, and

ers, has a capital stock of $25,000,

fully paid. Its owns the big, hand handsome
some handsome and well contsructed building

and banking office where it

ing business.
The company is composed of the
very best colored men of this sec section
tion section of the state men whose honor
and business integrity is unquestion unquestioned,
ed, unquestioned, and men who have made signal

advertised Ocala and Marion county

as they have never been advertised
before. The work has fairly begun,'

is do-'and the first-fruits of the rewards are

beginning to appear. Let's keep
right on with the good work, and tho
further it goes the larger and faster
in proportion it will grow. No man
unacquainted with the subject could
imagine in how many ways a live

successes in commercial pursuits, j board or trade can neip.a town,
based entirely on their own effort'! Those familiar with the work of th

and industry, for they have made board are surprised to see the many
what they have and made it here, affairs in which its interest is enlist-

OCALA, FLORIDA 303 North Osceola Street.

' 11 1 11 S

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I : ;

I Have Bought This Week's J :
I Saturday Eve. Post for You I

. 1

lit ti

i ii i

honestly and fairly

More and more the colored people
throughout the South are becoming
self-sustaining and going ahead, do doing
ing doing things,- developing industries,
promoting companies, helping them themselves
selves themselves and their race. Nowhere in

the state, or in the South, as to that,

will have to stand. I do not! there a better element of colored


see how the supreme court could cor correct
rect correct the error, if any error has really
ben made. Neither do I see how the
mistake could be made, as every
member of the'legislature was deeply
interested in the reorganization of
jth congressional districts, and watch-
:ed the measure closely. I believe the
original bill will be found to be cor correct
rect correct in every feature.'
"Representatives Harry Golstein
tand S. A. Ogilvie of Nassau, who vis vis-"tfted
"tfted vis-"tfted the Metropolis office, and Repre Representative
sentative Representative St. Elmo Acosta of Duval,
expressed the same opinion.
"Representative Ogilvie declared
that he did not see how a mistake
could have been made, and express expressed
ed expressed the opinion that the Mil had been

people than in Marion and the ad

joining counties and there- is not a

better location for a banking insti institution
tution institution for their assistance than in
This bank, with the confidence
that the officers will enjoy -with their
race, will do great good among the
colored people of Central Florida,
and will do more than any one thing
to cultivate a saving spirit among
the less provident ones, and be an
incentive for them to start banking
accounts and add to them from time
to time. This the management well
understands, and will encourage and
assist their race in every possible

A great many of the colored people

ed and its help needed.

There is a whole lot of credit to
the secretary, who is always on the
job, and the governors, who give up
so much of their own time to help helping
ing helping put plans in shape, and also to

the steady-going and steady-paying

rank and file, who are seldom in the

iimelight, but furnish the sinews of

war. i


Come In and Get Your Copy

I am neither a philanthropist or a magazine dealer.
My business is the selling of good clothes. But there is
a good clothes message in the center of this week's
Saturday Evening Post (Sept. 13th) so vital that I am
determined to have every good .clothes-buyer in this
town read it so far as I can make that possible.



tampered with by unknown parties iat a distance from Ocala have been

after being enacted

"Speaker Far.ris called attention to
the fact that the new law, if effective,
would not fo into force till March 4,
after the next general election, which
will be held In November of next
year, thereby leaving districts as they
have been until the congressional
races are run again. Therefore, an another
other another contest from the state at large
would be necessary under any and
all circumstances."

Another communication from Sec Sec-reary
reary Sec-reary Rooney about home-built,
brick-paved highways, appears to today.
day. today. Read it, and if you see any anything
thing anything impracticable or unpractical
in it, phone us at once.

The Jacksonville Metropolis of
Tuesday said: Through a suit filed
today in the circuit court of Duval
county, by Attorney W. S. Jennings,
acting for Mr. and Mrs. William J.
Bryan, Frederick C. Roach, chief of
tpolice of the city of Jacksonville i3

doing thefr banking business in other

places, and these the Metropolitan
Company expect to win back home,
with their capital, influence and
their other trade, for where a man's
treasure is there is his heart also
and if they bank herethey will come
here to trade, instead of going to
Jacksonville and Gainesville and
other places.
These men have succeeded signal signally
ly signally in every business enterprise they
have undertaken, and this success
will give them confidence in them themselves,
selves, themselves, the public confidence in their
bank, and it will be only a matter of
detail and time to obtain hundreds
of accounts, large and small from

the colored men and women of this
and the counties all around us, thus
centralizing here, bringing to Ocala
thousands of dollars in cash deposits
and a large amount of trade among
our merchants that we did not re receive
ceive receive before.
The Star is glad to see this bank
opened and feels that it will not only

Berlin, Sept. 8, 1913.
J. D. Rooney,

Secretary Board of Trade,
Tlpnr Sir-. T write to tell VOU of

my appreciation of the effort you are j
putting forth to better the Blitchtonj
and Ocala highway. j
You and the citizens of your town i
know the extent to which the neg-

lect of our section has gone, there- j
fore your manifestation of interest;

is all the more commendable. i
I suggest a few days preliminary;

preparation will be of inestimable f

aid to your more than 3000 assist-:
ants who go forth on the 16th of Oc-j
tober to toil for the upbuilding ofj

the great and fertile section of Mar-:

ion county.

Add my name and son to your hon

or roll (with double mule team)

Would like to discuss preliminar

ies. Yours truly,

W. R. Roe.


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.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad


Tulula Lodge No. 22, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every
Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock in
Yonge's Hall, Fort King avenue. Vis Visitors
itors Visitors in the city invited to be with us.
G. L. Taylor, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary. Adv.

So I have accordingly bought a
quantity of S. E. Posts at the full re retail
tail retail price and every man who calls
this week will get a copy FREE with
my compliments.
I don't claim that I am giving
away a fortune when 1 present a
copy of the Post. But I do claim
that if you will read carefully the
wonderful double page ad. that the
Royal Tailors have inserted in this
issre you will save yourself hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of dollars on your clothes pur pur-chases
chases pur-chases in years to come besides get getting'
ting' getting' clothes satisfaction that you
cannot better anywhere in America
Right here in this store you can
place your order for a Broadway
made-to-order Fall Suit a! suit
with that matchless grace; that stun stunning
ning stunning style, that Indescribable touch
of refinement and class that only a
merchant tailor can produce.
Right here you can get your pick
of half a thousand of -the most origi

nal woolens and Spring fabric novel novelties
ties novelties in the country.
And the cost? Well unbeliev unbelievable
able unbelievable as it may. seem, a mere $20, 25,
$30 and $35 will bring you thru
the Royal System tjie very 'uttermost
in a real custom-made suit!
A guarantee of absolutely ALL
WOOL. A guarantee of irreproach irreproachable
able irreproachable fit. A guarantee of absolutely
unlacking and unwanting satisfac satisfaction
tion satisfaction in every particular or your mon money
ey money back.
Do you wonder that I am willing
to buy a copy of the S. E. Post to
get such facts before you.
And don't hesitate to come in and
get your copy. You won't be solicit solicited
ed solicited you won't be importuned. Just
ask for the Post and you'll get it
as long as my supply holds out.
There are plenty of good stories
and articles in the Sept. 13th Pos.
Yes I'll admit I am willing to fea feature
ture feature the sugar coating to get you
to read the Post this week. For once
you see the big Royal ad you'll con consider
sider consider your clothes problems settled
for life and we'll' both be glad I
spent the nickel.



The Harrington Hall Haberdasher!



n i

M tarn
. -j .

Cynic Breaks Out Again.
"Do you think It unlucky to post postpone
pone postpone a wedding day?" "It may be,
but if you don't postpone It you will
be married, so what are you to do?"

Say! 8

No matter what it is you have to sell, or what

is vou want an ad in our unclassihed Column

will bring the desired results.

' 11 ' ' H ' -' ""
i "0

We have iust received the most complete line of Shirt Waists in the newest creations ever brought to
. We hive theiS 'n Linen, Net and Silk, the latest designs in colors with Persian trimmings and or-


naments. We invite your inspection.



Giver of Good Values
Giver of Good Values

To Heflwmstoim








It is. one thing to make soda
crackers that axe occasionally
It is quite another thing to
make them so that they are
always better than all other
soda crackers, always of un unvarying
varying unvarying goodness.
The name "Uneeda" stamped on
every "biscuit means that if a million
packages of Uneeda Biscuit were
placed before you, you could choose
any one of them, confident that every
soda cracker in that package would
be as good as the best Uneeda Biscuit
ever baked. Five cents.


Honor Roll of Volunteers for
Hlitchton Road Working


E. Chace with man and



.of our service is its promptness. Z
You are waited on when you enter ;
the store. You are not urged to buy" I
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 fell I
you lots and prompt attention will
enable you to buy as quickly as you ;

desire. But take longer if you can.

Ocala, Florida

DR. F. E. McCLANE, M. D.

The Dr. McClane Medical, Surgical and
Electrical Institute
PHONES Office, No. 333. Dr McCIane's Residence, No. 407.
Office Suite 1 to 7, Holder Block Southwest cor. Public Square.

dLcim tne.-Fium

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.




Get my prices on that new Bungalow, Cottage, Residence or
Store, Office Building or School House. My prices are Right, my
Work Guaramteed.
P. O. Box 350 OCALA, FLA.
"If I do it, it's doncs Right."




The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is Equally Equally-Valuable
Valuable Equally-Valuable as a General Tonic because it Acts on the Liver,
Drives Out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Builds up
the Whole System, For Grown People and Children,
You know what you are taking when you take Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic
as the formula Is printed on every label showing that it contains the well known
tonic properties of QUININE and IRON. It is as strong as the strongest bitter
tonic and is in Tasteless Form. It has no equal for Malaria, Chills and Fever,
Weakness general debility and loss of appetite. Gives life and vigor to Nursing
Mothers and Pale, Sickly Children. Removes Biliousness without purging.
Relieves nervous depression and low spirits. Arouses the liver to action and
purifies the blood. A True Tonic and Sure Appetizer. A Complete Strengthener.
No family should be without it. Guaranteed by youx Druggist, We aafl it. 50c.

Dr. J

Jake Brown, self, two drays.
F. AV. 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. H. Seymour, as above.
Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk, same as above.
Mrs. Mae Bingham, same as above.
Mrs. F. W. Ditto and Mrs. Mamie
Fox, dinner for ten and assistance.
Mrs. A. M. Lansford, twenty-five

Mrs. W. H. Anderson and daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, dinner for twelve.
Mrs. J. C. Howell, assist with din dinner.
ner. dinner. W. C. Blanchard, self.
Joseph P. Taylor, self, son and
team. Mr. Taylor lives on the Blitch Blitch-ton
ton Blitch-ton road.

Perry Edwards, colored, self and
H. A. Fausett, self and two teams, j
J. G. Kichline.
C. A. Scandrett.
S. Hickel.
Ocala Evening Star.

W. T. Gary, mule and wagon and
J. P. Phillips, mule and wagon
and auto.
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

A. J. Leavengood, self.
PA C. Loveridge, self.
Ed Carmichp.el, self and two
Capt. Tucker. Do his best.
W. F. Blesch, laborer.
H. S. Chambers, laborer.
D. S. Welsh, self.
C. I. Anderson, self and laborer.
Ocala Heights Dairy, team.
H. H. Whitworth, self and man.
Mrs. W. V. Newsom. assist with
Ocala Lumber & Supply Co., team
and driver, probably two,
Ocala Boy Scouts.

J. W. Coulter, self, two hands, one

double team.
J. T. Burgess, self
S. Pinkney, self.

Dr. Blitch, auto, family and whole

L. ML Murray, laborer.
M. Fishel, son and force.

Marion Hardware Company, H. B

Clarkson and twelve men with sho
els, and one automobile for use dur
ing the day.

ine uarmicnaei c bon tjo., one

double team and two men.

J. L. Edwards, self and three la
Charles Fishel.
C. E. Hightower.
A. G. Gates and auto.
C. L. Fox, selfVor laborer.

Mclver & MacKay, two teams and


D. E. Mclver, two laborers and


C. V. Roberts, one laborer and

Hayes & Guynn, one man.
C. L. Sistrunk, one laborer.
Herman Warshauer, self or man.
B. Goldman, laborer.
Joseph Malever, self and buggy.
J. W. Akin, laborer.

Carlisle Drugstore, two laborers.
Dr. Boozer, five men.
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, one la
F. P. Gadson, one laborer.

Tompkins & Cobb, double team

and driver.
Jerry Burnett, one man.
D. W. Goodwin, $1.
Dodson & Rentz, one man.
C. J. Johnson, one man.
C. JLt. Izlar, self and auto.
R. F. Rogers, self and one man
G. R. Smith, one day.
D. M. Barco, self.

W. K. Zewadski, self and laborer.
C. W. Smith, self and man.
G. W. Ray, one man.
J. P. Galloway, self and two labor laborers.
ers. laborers. Cash, $1.25.
C. E. Connor, self and man.
Wm. M. Gober, one day or fl.
- L. A. Snow, one man.
Alfred Ayer, $1.
E. T. Helvenston, one day.
Knight & Lang, two laborers, two
mules and wagon.
W. L. Colbert, self and auto.
Baxter Cam, one-horse team.
F. A. Davies, self and auto.
Carter's Bakery, two men and 100
loaves of bread.
G. F. Williams, self and auto.
L. W. Harley & Bro., self", pick
and shovel.
J. R. Dewey, self and one man.
L. F. Ballard, self one day.
A. E. Burnett, self and laborer.
W. H. Anderson, self and three

j sens, two-horse wagon and all nee

jessary tools.
M. A TenEyck. self and laborer.

J. T. Hall. self.
Fred J. Burden, self and team.
Charles E. French, self.
Henry Gordon, $1.50.
Z. C. Chambliss, self auto and
James Duffy, one day.

Jim Duffy, one day.



J. M. Whisenant and son, one day. i

R. C. Muncaster, self, labor, moral
William Butler.
Mr. Pfifer.
W. J. Nelson, self.
J. A. Morris, Jr., aud three men.
Mason Snelling, self.
G. T. Liddon, self, double team
and man.
J. W. Jenkins and team.
Joe Potter and team.
Gordon Moorhead, services.
Gordon Sinclair, services.
B. Mcintosh.
Dr. F. E. McClane, self, auto and
man. 0
L. S. Light, self and three men.
F. G. B. Weihe, self.
Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe, self.
F. E. Weihe.

Mrs. P. V. Leavengcod, help.
Dr. Blitch, auto, family and outfit.

Nathan Mayo, self, auto, double

team and driver.

J. F. Hall, self.
Judge Bell, self and auto.
J. M. Peterson, self or man.
Glover Miller, self.
W. A. McGuire of Morriston, self,

auto and five laborers.

H. A. Deubel, cash, $1.50.
J. T. George.
Roseboro Fant.
W. B. Hamden.
L. S. Light.
,Roy and Glover Goodwin.
Henry Nelson (colored).
McDavid Hill.
J. L. Wiley, double team and. driv

er, one day.

J. H. Brinson, self, man and team.
J. R. Moorhead, professional ser


J. C. Howell, team.
E. L. Howell.: self.
Commodore W. S. Goodwin ani

son, $10.

A. M. Lansford, self, auto and two j


D. S. Woodrow, self and laborer. J

S. J. McCully, one day.
W. R. Roe and son, with double
mule team.

Two Letters of Great Interest to
Marion Count' Yoters
Ocala, Fla., Sept. 1, 1913.
Hon. P. H. Nugent, Clerk of the
Board of County Commissioners,
Ocala, Fla.
Dear Sir: I have noticed a general generally
ly generally circulated card, evidently a cam campaign
paign campaign document of the saloon inter interests,
ests, interests, which states that "The License
Tax Pays a Big Share Towards Bet Better
ter Better Schools, Better Roads and Better
Facilities for the r'armers." Please
let me have an official statement as
to whether or not any part of the
saloon tax goes to the support, of the
schools or roads.
Yours truly,
W. T. Gary.
' i
Ocala, Fla., Sept. 1, 1913.
Mr. W. T Gary, Ocala, Florida.
Dear Sir: In reply to your letter
of September 1st, beg to advise that
all the money received for licenses
for the sale of liquor goes Into the
county proper fund, and not the
school or road fund. Those funds
are made up from a totally different
source. Respectfully,
P. H. Nugent, Clerk.
Ocala, Fla., Sept. 1, 1913.
Marion 'County School Board, Ocala,
Gentlemen: Please inform me
whether or not any part of the. sa saloon
loon saloon license tax goes to the support
of our county schools.
Yours truly,
W. T. Gary.
Ocala, Fla., Sept. 1, 1913.
Mr. W. T. Gary, Ocala, Florida.
Dear Sir: In answer to your in inquiry
quiry inquiry as to whether or not any part
of the saloon license tax goes to the
support of our county schools, we
wish to state that not a cent of the
saloon license tax goes to the sup support
port support of the schools.
.W. D. Carn, Chairman.
J. S.. Grantham.
B. R. Blitch.
J. H. Brinson, Sec'y.

9-2-dlt w2t



Of Five Hundred S. C. White Leg Leg-horn
horn Leg-horn Hens
These hens must be sold to make
room. Now in your time to get some
good foundation stock cheap and
breed up a good lot of winter layers.
Apply for prices to Ivy Poultry Farm,
Ocala, Fla., Fred B. Burden, man manager.
ager. manager. 8-3-t


mil iff k

o jj

5 OpLE

Don't waste costly time and money taking poor,
cheaply made farm implements to the blacksmith
shop. You won't "hafto" if you buy good reliable
implements from us.
We "backup" what we sell, and make on any anything
thing anything that goes wrong.
We want your business. You want our good stuff.

arioi iartware
Phone 118, Ocala, Fla.





? To a Person Who Prides


Himself on His Appearance!

Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen?
is a necessity. To supply that ne-2
cessity is Our Business. 4
I Ocala Steam Laundry!

402-404 S. Main Street


Phone 101.



economy, and as many people are
killed by the 'whisky demon, and as
the saloon causes great economic
waste, I say put it down and keep it
down, and I shall do my best at the
election ta get it down.
C. H. Voorhees.
South Lake Weir. Adv.
(If you have any items for thi3 department call phone 106)


Miss Pany Souter f Sparr has

gone to Saraotii, where she will
teach inr the pafcfecschool during the

vuiuiijs inier.

Mr. and Mrs. Leon Fishel and In Infant
fant Infant daughter and Mr. Charlie Fishel

left today for Baltimore and Xe


rington today en route home from

IDaytona Beach, where they were

several days ago in their car.

ham lave

n Gafnes-

Mr. .and Mrs. Klein Gra

returned to their home i

ville after a trip in the east, infclud

ing 'ew York, the Xew England
states and Canada. Mrs. Gfahan
wa3 Miss Emily Vandeventer j&nd is
a niece of Mr. George Robinabn.
Miss Bertha Farris of Jacksonville
is the guest of her sister, Mrs.. Cecil
Bryant. j
Mr. Ray Avera arrived this after afternoon
noon afternoon from Gainesville an4 is a
uest in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
R. L. Lang.
Mrs. R. A. Burford expects to
leave tomorrow for Boston,' Mass, to
visit her son, Mr. R. A. Burford, Jr.,
and family for several weeksA
Mr. E. K. Nelson of Tampa Is
spending today 'at Shady
tending to business. Mr. Nelson Re Returned
turned Returned Friday from New York where
he left Mrs. Nelson and Miss Ruth,
Nelson for another week, after which
they will visit friends in Maryland

and en route home will stop at Lex Lexington,
ington, Lexington, Va., to see Mr. Robert Nel Nelson,
son, Nelson, who attends Washington and
Lee University. -Mr. and NMrs. Nel Nelson
son Nelson and daughter took an extended
trip through the New England states,
going as far as Bangor, Maine.
Mr. Merle McElroy of Orlando,
has 'many friends in Ocala who will
learn with interest of his engage engagement
ment engagement to Miss Fletcher McCarthy of
Birmingham, Ala,, the wedding lo
take place at the bride-elect's home
the middle of October. Mr. Mc Mc-Elroy's
Elroy's Mc-Elroy's brother, Dr. Sylvan McElroy,
was also an October groom, having
married MiSs Edna Dozier of this
city four years ago. llis Ocala
friends extend congratulations.
Miss Cora Griffin, who has taught
in the Lakeland public school for
several years is again on the faculty
as principal of the primary depart department.
ment. department. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel L. Ditto an announce
nounce announce the arrival of a son yester yesterday
day yesterday at their home in this city. The
little lad will be christened, Frederick
Waas Ditto.: Times-Unionl
' Mr. Ditto is editor of the Firing
Line, one of the Times-Union's most
interesting departments, and also an
ex-Ocalan, who has never lost his
interest or his friends in hi3 former
home. His wife also made friends of
all she met during her residence
liere a few years ago. Here's good
wishes from the Star and Mr. and
Mrs. Ditto's other Ocala friends, and
hopes that the new boy will grow up
to be as smart as his papa.
Mrs. H. C. Dozier, and children left
this afternoon for Asheville, N. C,
where Mrs. Dozier's father, Mr. T. S.
Williams, a prominent citizen of
Spartanburg, S. C, Is sick In a hos hospital.
pital. hospital. Mr. Williams went to Ashe Asheville
ville Asheville a few days ago in hope of re repairing
pairing repairing his health, but became worse
The young ladies of Mrs. Brig Brig-ance's
ance's Brig-ance's Sunday school class had a very
successful candy sale, at the band bandstand
stand bandstand yesterday afternoon, netting
eight or nine dollars.
Mrs. Dittmar and three children,
Bradford, Sanford and Frances, have
moved from Fall River, Mass., where
they have been since leaving Ocala,
to Ocala.
Miss Nellie Stevens is expected
home from the North Carolina
mountains about the end of the week,
Mr. and Mrs. ChAmberlin of Mic Mic-anopy,
anopy, Mic-anopy, friends of Miss Marie Von
Engelken, were guests at the Har-

Thr-host of 1
Wddon and Dr.

friends of Miss Rhoua

Mddon ancj jjr. G. C. Shenhard were

greatly surprised to learn today of
their marriage, which occurred at 8
o'clock last evening at the home of
Rev. and Mrs. Bunyn Stephens on
Oklawaha avenue, Rev. Stephens of-

fifMatinp- I

fine wedding was extremely quiet,

only Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Ahearn,

Our Fresh Roasted
25c, 35c, 40c pcrPpund
Florida Tomatoes, large size. . .10c
Fla. Tomatoes, small size 3 for 125c
Block's Crackers, 6 5c. pkgs for 25c
Block's Crackers, 3 10c pkgs. for 25c
Carn-Thomas Co.

' and if

brother-in-law afnd sister of the
bride, being present. Miss Liddon,
who is considered one of Ocala's pret prettiest
tiest prettiest young ladies, was lovely In. a
lingerie gown of white, exquisitely
trimmed in ashadow lace.
I Mrs. Shephardyis the eldest daugh daughter
ter daughter of Mr. G. T. liddon and has the
best wishes of a wide circle of
friends for a happy married life. Dr.
Shephard" is a mem )er of an oldf and
very prominent family in pew' Har Harmony,
mony, Harmony, Indand Isa graduate of the
Southern Delmtr College in Louis Louisville,
ville, Louisville, from which place he came di directly
rectly directly to Ocala and began practic practicing
ing practicing his profession, being associated
with Dr. J. E. Chace. He is being
warmly congratulated upon choosing,
so lovely a companion for. life
' irtTridrsrShpaT taken
a room at the home of Dr. and Mrs'.
E.-Van Hood and will take their
meals at Mrs. Arms' until they begin
Eastern Star Sewing Circle
Tuesday afternoon the Eastern
Star sewing circle enjoyed an auvo
trip to Kendrick, spending the after afternoon
noon afternoon at the pleasant home of Mrs. J.
B. Webb.
During the busy hour several vocal
selections were rendered by Miss
Irma Blake.
Mrs. Webb was assisted in serving
cake and refreshing iced grapejuice
by her daughter, Miss Julia Webb,

and Misses Irma Blake and Eria
Mrs. Webb and her daughter Miss
Julia are charming hostesses and the
afternoon was a pleasant one to all
Miss Tillie Pasteur motored up
from Lake Weir this morning and
was the guest of relatives for the
Mr .and Mrs. J. J. Williams of
Homosassa were out of town shop shoppers
pers shoppers seen on our streets today.



The ladies of the W. C. T. U. will
hold a prayer meeting every day for
a week at the Christian church at
4:30 p. m. This afternoon the meet meeting
ing meeting will be led by Mrs. Loveridge.
Christians, men and women, are in invited
vited invited to attend.


Editor Star: I notice several ar articles
ticles articles in the Star that argue the liq liquor
uor liquor question from the standpoint of
Christianity. If you will kindly al allow
low allow me a little space I will express
my views.
While Christianity, no doubt has
a very great bearing on the question,
it is, in my opinion, by no means the
greatest. When a man gets drunk
he becomes a nuisance, and the law,
1 think, says that when anything be becomes
comes becomes a nuisance, it shall be done
away with. And the saloon is a
breeder of nuisances, and so should
te ousted.
Many drinking men when they
are intoxicated, become dangerous,
and if they have or can get a gun or
knife, will do a lot of damage. Times
without number persons have been
killed or wounded by attacks of
drunken men, and at best, they are
an insult to all law-abiding and
peace respecting persons and as the
saloons furnish the material for cre creating
ating creating these nuisances it becomes it
becomes a nuisance itself and should
be done away with. If Christ made
wine at the wedding he undoubtedly
made a wine that was not intoxicat intoxicating.
ing. intoxicating. The Bible is certainly against
strong drink. "Look not on the
wine when it is red, for at the last it
biteth like a serpent and stingeth
like an adder." ..Touch not and
handle not," and a great many other
such denunciations against drinking
and drunkards. But this is not the
point. Better to argue from the
standpoint of "If eating meat mak mak-eth
eth mak-eth my brother to stumble, I will
eat no meat," and no one can deny
that many whisky drinkers are men
of influence and many stumble and
follow after them into ruin.
Ttiis question is not one of Chris Christianity
tianity Christianity alcne, but of social and moral

Gentlemen: Please allow me a
few lines in reply to some recent
Xwet" arguments.

st "George Washington bought
a barrel of Jamacia rum."
Granting the truth of the above,
for the sake of argument, that was
overtone hundred years ago.
Thp president, vice-president and
secretary of state of the United Stat States,
es, States, now in office, have, on principle,
"cut but" all intoxicants from their
publi functions. The wets are not
2nd. i "The school teachers of
Georgia are about to starve for lack
of pay no saloon revenue." How
sad! I
The present county superintend superintendent
ent superintendent of Levy county told me years be before
fore before they had prohibition, that he
had just come from Georgia, 'where
he hid taught one year. He said the
trou ale up there was they didn't pay
their teachers for six months or a
3rd. "The Bible favors intoxi-toxlcants."

'Any Bible reader knows that it

ntains ten emphatic warnings

against even "light wines" for every

one that seems to favor "strong j
drink." "The devil and his friends'

can quote scripture to their pur purpose!"
pose!" purpose!"
4th. "Prohibition kills a business
of a town."
As it would be impolite to call that
one of the devil's lies, I will not -call
it that.
The business men in my home
town first put out of business the
four saloons in their town, then help helped
ed helped all the nearby towns to do the
same Ever hear of Gainesville?
They take pride in saying you have
to come, there or four times a year

in order to know the town. Count J

her banks five. I have great faith
in Ocala's future, I am proud of her,
but count her banks and saloons.
Gainesville, ho saloons, five banks;
Ocala six saloons, three banks.
"Personal Liberty!!"
Hurrah for Uncle Sam! "The
land of the free and home of the
'.'Oh Liberty,. how many crimes are
committed in thy name!"
Every year the saloons send one
hundred thousand men to druhkard's
graves, and according to the Chicago
Inter-Ocean, which is not a temper temperance
ance temperance paper, it is responsible for ten
thousand murders annually.
, It is responsible for nine tenths of
the business of the police courts, and
much of our insanity.
The superintendent of the Indiana

iry Good




That time is almost here. Let us help you pre pre-pare
pare pre-pare for it. We have just received a beautiful and
complete line of the following most desirable materials
for this use:



:s .V' X

Whip Cord Cheviots
Chambrays Percales



The Store of




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902 Fort King Ave. Ocala, Florida


Breakfast Foods
Quaker Rolled Oats
Puffed Rice
Puffed Wheat
Puffed Corn
Kellog's Toasted Corn
Post Toasties
Cream of Wheat
Grape Nuts
Shredded Wheat Biscuit

home for the feeble minded, contain

ing over six hundred inmates, says
j the saloon is responsible for the most
j of them.
' Now wet voters, many of you are
honest, some of you are among my

true friends, iou deserve respect,
whether right or wrong we simply
differ in opinion. But do you think

we can afford to perpetuate by our y

ballots the institution that fathers all

jand more than this hell, misery and j
! degradation, just to give the saloon I:!

'man "personal liberty," to cause it? v This school will properly train and educate young ladies and girls

juoiii yuu icaiiv mm, uen uunxj,-. in a practical useful course Tor fcigber and better lire. We solicit
'explode and go to nothing without the attendance of pupils who appreciate our efforts to advance them X

these breathing holes to act as safety t .trai)idly and thoroughly, making the work In school a pleasure as

well as an elegant means of culture.
We have agreed to take a few small boys about 12 years of age in
our primary and preparatory department.
Young men's classes from 2 to 3 p. m. or from 7:30 to 9:30 at
night. Best attention and thorough teaching.



Yours for the boys and girls of the
present and the men and women of
the future. W. F. King.
Oak Vale, Fla., Sept. 6, 1913. Ad.

- Tennis racquets and balls at The
Murray Company. 9-6-3t

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




Ocala, Fla., Sept. 1, 1913.
City council held special meeting
on this date and revised the regis registration
tration registration book of ward two of the city.
The following names were stricken:
Anderson, William; dead.
Bitting, H. B.; moved.
Bobbitt, A. M.; moved.
Boone, A. B.; moved.
Beck, L. S.; dead.
Chambers, Geo. G.; moved.
Dekle, J. O. ; moved.
Ford, Geo. H.; moved.
Goddard, J. M.; moved.
Hendricks, R. V.; moved.
Kichline, J. G.; moved.
Keating, R. L.; moved.
Leach, J. S. ; moved.
Livingston, Thos. M.; moved.
Marlowe, W. F.; moved.
Magaw, Fred B.; moved.
Miller, C. V.; moved.
Phillips, C. J.; moved.
Palmer, H -D.; moved.
Pyles, S. J.; moved.
Raysor, J. C; moved.
Smith, J. C; moved.
Tignor, O. C; moved.
Tucker, R. E.; moved.
Tipton, J. J.; moved.
Walkley, A. E.; moved.
' The council will hear complaints
Thursday. September 18th, for res restoration
toration restoration of names stricken.
9 22-tues H. C Sistrunk,
Clerk and Ex-Ofiicio Supervisor of
Registration of the City.of Ocala.







GEO. C. and MRS. G. C. LOONEY,





We have just received a carload of the Famous SOUTHERN Wire?
Fencing-. Staples and Hay "Wire and are In position to make you some
attractive prices on it. We are the only dealers in this section of the y
country that haadle this brand of fence and hare demonstrated in the
past that It is absolutely the. best and strongest fence on the market,
and running It as we have in competition with many inferior grades y
of -wire fence! We have had some phenomenal sales on It and
made, many friends and customers., Give us your orders. If the goods

don t make good we will. ,





75 Cents Per Crate Delivered.
Cash must Accompany Orders.
J. D. BAUGH, Winter Haven, Fla.






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aitoif. lift

Grand' free lours



Sanitary Fountain

From 10 to 11 a. m. and from 3 to 4 p. m. Everything at our fountain Free.
Don't be backward. We want you to be our guest

limit: j&vei yuuuy
N. B. On account of the great rush at
these hours no fancy drinks
can be dispensed

Bargains that will make
this the Banner Day in
the entire history of our
All Day Specials,
Any Knife in our store for. .... .23c
Provided you buy a Razor of ?e4ual
value at the same time. r
Any pair of Scissors for .. ..25c
Provided you buy a knife of,qual
valjie at, the same time. 1 V

Ice Cream at our Fountain is
1 C6nfs
Plain or with Crushed Fruits
The Quality Counts


A half pDund box of Chocolates with
every dollar purchase.
A pound box Chocolates with every two
dollar purchase.


From 7 to 8 p. m.


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


PROVIDED, you buy another (differ (different)
ent) (different) article of equal value at the
same time.
Thus, for example, you want a $5
Safety Razor: By buying some other
$5 article at the same time.
This applies to any article in stock
regardless of price.
FROM 7 TO 8 P. M.'




501 S. MAIN ST.

George Giles,

J. Ii. Wiley,

Frank P. Gadson,

A St. George Richardson, Assistant Cashier.




(Xot Incorporated)

Arc You Going To Build ?


Capital $25,000.00.
Do a General Banking Business; and Solicit the Patronage
of the1 Public.
Metropolitan Building South Magnolia St.

Ocala, Florida

Where Shall I Go To School ?

YOUNG MEN. 8 COLLEGES and Divis Divisions:
ions: Divisions: LIBERAL ARTS; LAW: ENGI-



UATE SCHOOL. 10 new bride 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 forelarn countries last session.

VTRANCE EN-VTRANCE FEES, 1132.50 per year. Write

or catalogue. ..-wv.-
A. A. UI'RPHREE, Presides.

today for, catalogue.

I 7-24-tI

College of Arts and Sciences, Normal
School with Kindergarten Department.

School of Music, School of Art, School
of Expression, Home Economics with

Extension Division Beautiful loaation

beautiful buildings and first-class

equipmert throughout, including gym

nasium ana swimminsr dool FortV'

two members of the faculty and other

officers. Four hundred and thirteen

students from forty-five Florida coun

ties and ten states.
TRANCE ENTRANCE FEES, $124 per year. Fo
-infc-mation address,

AOT Just Urick, but specify, get the best; they cost
no more, look better, last longer, and more satisfactory all
J ELK'S Macon Brick, Common, Paving, Fire and rough
texture, none better.
Lcgg's Pressed and Fancy Faced Brick I am State
Carry large stock on hand, make quick shipments.
Wire your orders at my expense.
AGATE CEMENT' PLASTER, Fuller's Peninsular Brand
Rooting, 31etal Laths and Shingles, Crushed Rock, Granite
Curbing, Building Sand.
Also Fruit and Vegetable pickers and packers sup supplies,
plies, supplies, ,Crates, Wraps, Field Boxes, Straps, Nails and Ladders.

Offices, Salesrooms, AVharres,

Trackage and Yards

ndry & Knight Terminals


W. R Filter:

i Mis Item ffllae West


.Atlantic Coast Line

4Di xie Flyer" "Seminole Limited", "South Atlantic Lim
ited" Montgomery Route, through Pullman Cars from
Chicago, St. Louis, Cincinattij Indianapolis, Grand Rapids
Cleveland, Louisville, Nashville, Atlanta and Birmingham
to Jacksonville.

OiratosF Car Service

For Information call on M.
Division Passenger Agent, Tampa, Fla.

Ticket Agent. Ocala, Fla.


Underwood Tariff Bill Through the
Upper House LaFoIIette and
Poindexter Voted With
Washington, Sept. 10. The dem democratic
ocratic democratic tariff revision bill passed the
Senate at 5:43 o'clock yesterday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon by a vote .of 4 4 to 37. Its
passage was attended with surprises
in the final moments of the voting,

when Senator LaFoIIette, republican,

cast his vote with the democrats, and

was joined a few moments later by

Senator Poindexter, progressive.
Senators Ransdell and Thornton, of

Louisiana, democrats, voted against

The tariff bill represents an aver

age reduction of more than four per

cent from the rates of the original

bill that passed the House, and near

ly twenty-eight per cent from the

rates of existing laws.

The Senate named as its members

of the conference committe Sena Senators
tors Senators -Simmons, Stone, Williams and
Johnson, democrats, and Senators

Penrose, Lodge and LaFoIIette, re republicans.
publicans. republicans. The House conferees will be Rep Representative
resentative Representative Underwood, Kitchen and
Rainey, democrats, and Payne and
Fordney, republicans.


Following is one of Frank Huf Huf-faker's
faker's Huf-faker's yarns in the Jacksonville Me Metropolis:
tropolis: Metropolis: Some time ago Oscar Stucky,
Florida's "white hope," who is six

feet ten inches tall, and "General"
Abe Sawyer, of Key West, who is
about one yard "short," had the dis distinguished
tinguished distinguished honor of meeting each
other in the neighborhood of the
Heard bank skyscraper.
"I reckon you've got it on me by a
few inches that is, if you ain't real really
ly really a part of the bank building,"
squeaked Abe.
"Keep your hat on and walk be between
tween between my limbs and imagine you're
in the Grand Canyon, kiddie," invit

ed Stucky.

I have just opened up my new new-garage
garage new-garage on North Main street, and
solicit a share of the patronage of
?ar owners in Ocala and surrounding
territory. The repair department
is prepared to do all kinds of auto

mobile repairing on short notice.
None but first-class workmen em employed,
ployed, employed, and therefore, I am in "po "position
sition "position to guarantee every job that
leaves the place. Rates will be found
reasonable as high-class workman workmanship
ship workmanship and good material can be fur furnished
nished furnished GIVE ME A TRIAL

T. C. Leckle,
Building formerly occupied by Idea



Do You Wear
Pants? i

If you do they should always

be spotless and nicely pressed.

Pressing and cleaning is our ?

business. Call phone twenty twenty-one.
one. twenty-one. X


F 69.


Thos. Johnson, Manager, Fhone 241
Transfer furniture, trunks or baggage.-
Careful moving of all kinds
Two of th best teams. Freight haul hauled
ed hauled or shipped to any place. Orders
served at once, day or night. Resi Residence
dence Residence 207 W. Second St. 9-3-Gtd


Mclvcr & MacKay
Funeral Directors
Fine Caskt ts and Burial Robes.



Call up Phone 300 and Let us Give an Estimate on Your




i We Guarantee To Save You Money on Any Work in Our Lines



A we employ none but experts we are In position to guarantee ct.
ery piece of vrork tre construct to stand the Inspection of the most
rigid inspectors. It costs nothing to set our figrures and you are the
winner, whether we secure the contract o not. Give us a trial.


Candler, Sept. 9. Mr. John Math Mathews
ews Mathews had an unpleasant encounter
Saturday night with a rattlesnake.
He soon dispatched his satanic de de-scendency
scendency de-scendency into' the land of oblivion,
and brought the said reptile into
town for exhibition. Its accurate
length was sixteen feet one inch, its
estimated age fifteen years.
Mr. Arthur Adams came down
from Gainesville Saturday for a sev several
eral several days' visit to his wife and child children
ren children who have been visiting Mrs.
Williams' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Al Albert
bert Albert McClain.
Mrs. E. G. McKinley is the pos possessor
sessor possessor of a lovely new piano.
There will be the regular song
service in the Methodist church Sun Sunday
day Sunday evening, to which a cordial in invitation
vitation invitation is given to all who will at attend.
tend. attend. Mrs. Dreher proves an excel excellent
lent excellent leader and her singing is en enjoyed.
joyed. enjoyed. The good attendance each
evening shows the appreciation of
her valued services.
The trustees of the Methodist

church have had several much need needed
ed needed repairs made on the parsonage.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert McClain left
Tuesday afternoon for Pass-a-Grille.
Mrs. McKinley and Mrs. Pritchett
were in Ocala part of-the past week,
guests of Miss Caull.


The Merchant's Cafe is a first class
place to take your meals. Open night

and day. J. R. Dewey, proprie

tor. 2-28-tf


Two of the choicest corner lots in

the Seymour residential addition,

across the street from Mr. McConn's
home; also a -fine factory or ware warehouse
house warehouse site across the street, east,
from Teuton's store, North Magnolia
street, with A. C. L. railway on rear.
Will sell either or both at big bar bar-gain
gain bar-gain and easy payments. Apply at

t Funeral Directors
All Work Done Dy Licensed Era Era-balmers
balmers Era-balmers and Fully Guaranteed
D. E. McIV-ER ..104

Undertaking Office 47



Holder Block, Rooms 9 and 10.

PHONE 250.

Call Phone 267
Ocala Meat Market
when you want First-class
Fresh Meat, Fish or Vege Vegetables.
tables. Vegetables. Corn-fed pork from
my own farm. Al Rhame.
Ocala's best cutter, will
serve you. Prompt delivery.
412 N. Magnolia St., Ocala, Fla.


i Star office or to R. R. Carroll, tf








Read our UNCLASSIFIED ADS. for your wants

A. C. L. NORTH 5:05 a. m.;
12:45 p. m. SOUTH 6:10 a. m.;
2:10 p. m.; 2:20 p. m.; ?.p. m.
S. A. L. NORTH 12:50 p. m.;
4:10 p. m.; 9 p. m.. SOUTH 12:50
p. m.; 9 p. m.
7 a. m.; 12:55 p. m.
STAR ROUTES Blitchton and
Calvary 2 p. m.

Dental Surgeon
Rooms 9, 10, 11, Holder Block
Phone 250
Terms: Cash.
Dental Surgeon
Office Over Commercial Bank
Phone 211
51. C. IZLAR
Dental Surgeon
Office Law Library Building
'Phone 444
Dental Surgeon
Office Over Nash Dry Goods Store
Attorney at Law
Office Second Floor Munroe and
Chambllss Bank Building

GAS IN THE STOMACH conies from food which hrs fer fermented.
mented. fermented. Get rid of this badly digested matter quickly
as possible if jou would' avoid a bfliccs atticL.



The suit brought by the United
States questioning the purchase of cer

tain telephone properties n the north

-west, an well as the pending Interstate j require some services partly at the ex ex-C!ommrce
C!ommrce ex-C!ommrce Commission telephone' in- pense of the whole for the benefit of

ve.?tigation, have caused many inquir inquiries.
ies. inquiries. Without takinz ur anything go-
ing to the merits of these proceedings.
it has seemed to us proper to state;
generally what has been our policy i
and purpose in the conduct of our
We have found, or thought that we
iiad, that our interests were best serv-

el when the public interests were bestjsinsJe system,
served: and we believe that such sue- We believe that rates should be so

ess a.-; we have had has been because

our business has been conducted onisumcient revenue to pay sucn aset

these lines.
We believe that our company has an
Interest as yital as that of the public
In the proper administration of .the
problems of electrical inter-communication.
The success and prosperity of
mir nnmnanv denend unon a solution
of these problems which shall be sound J
from both the standpoi
dpoint of the
pany and the public which it serves.
Following our own best judgment,
Supplemented by the best obtainable
advice, we have endeavored to do what j
would best serve the public interest;


wherever nossible our plans have been i
disclosed to the public in advance, and
what has ben done in carrying them
out has been alongr ordinary business
lines, with the implied, and generally,
with the expressed approval, authori authorization
zation authorization or consent of the municipal and
state authorities directly interested.
Our effort has been not only to obey
the law, but to avoid everything which
might even have the appearance of an
attempt at evasion.
Our business methods and policy.

and urartfcally all of the details as to i
dnu I,rd Jl -lall or matters of general policy,
the transaction of our business, are, ... t
V mmnn ,1 ,r and beleve that any surplus I
matters of common knowledge anu i .. ..

ii re am for manv veais nave ueru,
well known to the government
will willingly furnish the government
any additional information .which is in
our possession or under our control,
and will cordially cooperate with it in
obtaining such further information as
It may require. livery possible assist assistance
ance assistance will be given by us to the courts
In their effort to determine whether
our policy is or has been inimical to
the public interest. We desire that
anything wrongAbe corrected; we will
irrwinntariiv rectify any wrong that
form to such determination
We believe that If each of our ex exchanges
changes exchanges were made an independent
unit and if each connecting line were
put under a separate control, the ef effect
fect effect upon the telephone service of the
country would be a condition so intol intolerable
erable intolerable that the public would refuse tc
submit to it and would immediately
Tequire such physical connection and
common control of these various units
as would amalgamate them into a
islnslfi system. Physical connection in
the case of telephone or telegraph does
not mean transfer of messages from
one line to the other. It means such
a connection as will permit one person
to have the actual possession of the
particular line of communication from
one end of it to the other and this can
only be given efficiently by exchange
systems and connecting lines under a
common control; and that is what the
Bell System is.
In this connection, and for genera?
information, we will restate the "policy
which controlled the building up of
the Hell System, and our belief as to
what a telephone system should be.
and what are Its relatlois to the pub public.
lic. public. We believe in and were the first to
advocate state or government control
a:.d regulation of public utilities; that
this control or regulation should be by
permanent quasi-judicial bodies, act acting
ing acting after thorough investigation and
governed by the equities of -ach case;
and that this control or regulation, be beyond
yond beyond requiring the greatest efficiency
and economy, should not interfere
with management or operation. We
believe that these bodies, if they are
to be permanent, effective and of pub public
lic public benefit, should be thoroughly rep representative;
resentative; representative; they should be of .-uch
character and deliberations as to
command such respect from both the
public and the corporations that both
will without question accept their con conclusions.
clusions. conclusions. We believe that the public would
in this way set all the advantages
and avoid all the manifest disadvan disadvantages
tages disadvantages of public ownership.
We believe that centers of business
and population exist for the conveni convenience
ence convenience of the public as a whole, and that
no such center can prosper without
.sufficient and efficient means of inter intercourse
course intercourse with other centers and tribu tributary
tary tributary territories; that such means can
only be afforded by prosperous util utility
ity utility and service companies and that

may be pointed out to us; and. so far wlth ,t8 dupiication of its
as It may be determined that our pol- c charges and its organization,
Icy or any act under it is against the ati .aintenance and deprecia deprecia-public
public deprecia-public Interest, we will promptly con- ovt.ttM. an(t w n

fair rates are essential to prosperous "fto J is""?
companies. Me do not believe that any sive. the increase in telephone plant
public either desires or can obtain. nor'vvas aj follows: Toll line wire in-

can any service or utility furnish, per-
manent and efficient service at less
a .
than cost. Including capital charges.
We believe that ultimately the public
either directly or indirectly pays ,he
losses Involved in the efforts to furriish
such service at less than Its fair cost.
either through the loss of the capital

Involved, the losses incident to poor the Bell System, not including the em em-service
service em-service or the necessary Increase in Ilo-ve of connected companies, on De-

charges required to pay for duplica
, ,.
tion of capital.
We believe that the highest commer-
rial value of the telephone service de
rends on its completedon the
tent and comprehensiveness of the fa
section can be considered independ
ently of any other section or of the
whole: that rates must beso adjusted
as to make it possible to obtain the!
maximum development by making it
possible for every one to be connected
who will all to the value of the sys system,
tem, system, thus giving the greatest value" to
the greatest number; that the inter-

s ror intercommunication. n,-t ctl .'" snarenoiaers noict rrom too

ly between individuals but ht L, each: 347 shareholders

. . m iroin i.uuu 10 o.uoo shares each
nters of population; that no Isolated while there are only 16 shareholders

dependence of the telephone service
and the value of complete and uni universal
versal universal intercommunication justify and

the whole.
We believe that this highest com-
) r i i. v,.
merciai vaiue can urn) tn.imcM
one system under one common control
and that it cannot be given by m-ie
pendent systems unless they are oper
ated under agreements which result in
one common control and one common
interest, in effect making them a
adjusted as to arrora tne company
and compensation as win secure me
imost efficient service; to maintain the
very highest and most advanced stand standards
ards standards of plant and apparatus, to carry carry-on
on carry-on such scientific and experimental re research
search research and inventions as to apparatus
and methods as to insure the highest
standards, and to carry to reserve am
,ln. a.-., waV n t t u ft CT it'll I a
com-iue"m,"uu ul-il
able' the company at any time to re
place old plant and old methods with
new plant and new methods as fast as
. i i j .-i i . 1
they may be developed and found to.
?e vaniage i u.
Deiieve ma; in auaiuun, sucn iair
charges should be paid upon the in in-I
I in-I vestment in plant as will enable the
company at any time to obtain money
necessary to provide the plant re required
quired required to meet the continuing demands
of the public; and in order that waste
and duplication of effort may be
avoided and uniformity of purpose
and common control be enforced, that
there should be a centralized general
administration in close communication
with and having general authority
over the whole on matters common to
- i
on a rair Das-S siiouia De usea oy me
company for the benefit of the public;
and should be inalienable for any
other purpose, asd should be either in invested
vested invested in revenue-earning plant which
may become inadequate or obsolete,
or should be used to make the service
cheaper or better.
We believe that under proper gov governmental
ernmental governmental control and regulations the
profits from promotion or operation
allowed to be distributed should not
be so large as to warrant or tempt
that utilities giving at fair rates an
efficient and sufficiently comprehensive
universal service should be subject to
limited compe-tition, not giving such
service. Competition which Ignores the
ogligatlon to furnish a complete and
comprehensive service is not compe competition,
tition, competition, is not for the benefit of the
public in that it does not reach the
whole public interested.
If, therefore, complete duplication,
with its dual exchange connection and
dual bills for service, is a prerequisite
to complete competition, government
control and regulation cannot go hand
in hand with competition.
We believe that the record of the
Bell System will be accepted by the
public as fully in accord with these
declarations. Consistent adherence to
this policy has given the public of the
United States the best, most compre comprehensive
hensive comprehensive and cheapest telephone service
in the world and made the Bell stand standards
ards standards the standards of all nations.
To remove any possible excuse for
misapprehension on account of the
many misleading statements which
have been circulated as to, hte .alleged
unnecessary and overcapitalization
and excessive charges of the Bell Sys System,
tem, System, the following statistics are given.
Except where stated, the figures are
"or liie Bell System; that is, the
American Telephone and Telegraph
and its Associated Companies.
The entire Bell System on June ov,
1913, has outstanding in the hands of
the public obligations (i. e., notes,
open accounts, bonds and shares) to
the par value of $776,000,000.
The book value of the total tangible
assets, which is considerable less than
their replacement value, amounted to
$160,000.000. Many appraisals of
property included in these assets have
been made, and most of them under
the direction of public authorities. In
no case has the value as it stands on
the books failed to be sustained, and
in most cases it has bnee largely
The total dividends and interest paid
during the year 111:: amounted to only
6.1 per cent on the average of its out outstanding
standing outstanding obligations, and to less than
." per cent on the average value of its
The actual cash which has been paid
into the treasury of th American
Telephone and Telegraph Company on
account of the capital obligations now now-outstanding
outstanding now-outstanding amounts to $ '.OGO.OOC
more than the par value of such out outstanding
standing outstanding obligations.
The Associated Companies collected
from the public and paid back in taxes
over $10,000,000 during the year li12.
The steadily increasing necessities
of the public not only for additional
but new telephone service can only
be met by new construction, involv involving
ing involving capital outlay. To meet these de
mands 'luring the six and one-half
n3,!'0.. 1.460.000 miles to 2.242.-
I. v r.e-iianse wire increased
from 6.000.000 miles to 13.000.000: the
numner or exenange stations increas increased
ed increased from 2.730,000 to 5.200.000: the num number
ber number of stations of independent com companies
panies companies connected with the Bell Svstem
increased from 343.000 to 2.620.000. The
number of independent companies con connected
nected connected with the Bell System is about
.mu. i he number of emnLovees in
cenioer iviz. was 141,000.
During this same period the number
of shareholders of the American Tele-
' phone and Telegraph Company, not in-
!1 either the associated or con
1 shareholders hold less than 100 share
or over in tlieir own right. A major majority
ity majority of the shareholders are women.
American Telephone &
Telegraph Company.

m t i a t f nun ir i inn iii iwh 11 i h iiii tii

&yGrdG. LiviistorvHill Lufz


i the wily old serpent that she was.
It was half past eleven when she! Down the stairs like lightning sped
stepped into the first agency on her i tne Sr ner bead up in pride and
list, and business was in full tide. ? horror, her eyes still flashing. And
While she stood shrinking by the I dwn the stairs after her sped the lit lit-door
door lit-door the eyes of a dozen women fas- j anxious woman, panting and
tened upon her, each with keen j breathless, determined to keep her in
scrutiny. The sensitive color stole in- sight till she could decide whether it
to her delicate cheeks. As the pro- was safe to take a girt without a char char-prietress
prietress char-prietress of the office begaff to ques- 1 acter yet who had just shown a bit

tion her, she felt her courage failing.
"You wish a position?" The woman
had a noee like a hawk, and eyes that
held no sympathy. "What do you
want? General housework?"
"I should like a position -as wait waitress."
ress." waitress." Her voice was low and sounded
frightened to herself.
The hawk nose went up contemptu contemptuously.
ously. contemptuously. "Better take general housework.
There are too many waitresses al already."
ready." already." "I understand the work of a wait waitress,
ress, waitress, but-1 never have done general
housework," he answered with the
voice of a gentlewoman, which some-
how angered the hawk who had 1
trained herself to get the advantage
over people and keep it or else know j
the reason why. I
"Very well, do as you please, of
course, but you bite your own nose off.
Let me see your references."
The girl was ready for this.
"I am sorry, but I cannot give you
any. I have lived only in one house,
where I had entire charge of the table
and dining room, and that home was
broken up when the people went
abroad three years ago. I could show
you letters' written by the mistress of
that home if I had my trunk here, but
it is in another city, and I do not i
know when I shall be able to send for
o references!" screamed the
hawk, then raising her voice, although
it was utterly unnecessary: "Ladies,
here is a girl who has no references.
Do any of you want to venture?" The
contemptuous laugh that followed had
the effect of a warning to every wom woman
an woman in the room. And this girl scorns
general .housework, and presumes to
dictate for a place as waitress," went
on the hawk.
"I want a waitress badly said a
troubled woman in a subdued whisper,
Dut I really wouldn t dare take a 'girl
without references. She might be a
thief, you know, and then really, she
doesn't look as if she was used o
houses like mine. I must have a neat,
stylish-looking girl. No self-respecting
waitress nowadays would go out in the
street dressed like that."
All the eyes in the room seemed bor-
ing through the poor girl as she stood j
trembling, humiliated, her cheeks burn-
ing, while horrified tears demanded
to be let up into her eyes. She held
her dainty head proudly, and turned
away with dignity.
"However, if you care to try," called
out the hawk, "you can register at the
desk and leave two dollars, and if in
the meantime vou can think of anv-
body who'll give us a reference, we'll
InnL- it un R,,t n0rOr
girls without references."
The tears were too near the sur-
face now for her even to acknowledge
this information flung at her in an un unpleasant
pleasant unpleasant voice. She went out of the
office, and immediately surreptitious surreptitiously
ly surreptitiously two women hurried after her.
One was flabby, large and over
dressed, with a pasty complexion and
eyes liks a fish, In which was a lack
of all moral sense. She hurried after
the girl and took her by the shoulder
just as she reached the top of the
stairs that led down into the street.
The other was a small, timid worn
an, with anxiety and indecision written
nii vpr hPr nd last vMr s street
suit with the sleeves remodeled. When
she saw who had stopped the girl, she
lingered behind in the hall and pre pretended
tended pretended there was something wrong
with the braid on her skirt. While she
lingered she listened.
"Walt a minute, miss," said the
flashy woman. "You needn't feel bad
about havine references. Everybody
isn't so particular. You come with
, . f 1
iur, tiuu 1 11 puc )uu 111 iuc vaj ui com
ing more than you can ever get as a
! waitress. You weren't cut out for work,
anyway, with that face and voice. I've
been watching you. You were meant
for a lady. You need to be dressed
up, and you'll be a real pretty girl
As she talked, she had come nearer,
and now ehe leaned over and whis-
pered so that the timid woman, who
was beginning dimly to perceive what
manner of creature this other woman
was, could not hear.
But the girl stepped back with sud-
den energy and flashed eyes, shaking
! off the beringed hand that had grasped
' her shoulder.
"Don't you dare to speak to me!"
1. u . ..i-v ...
She said in a loud, clear voice. Don t
you dare, to touch me! You are a
I wicked woman If you touch me
; again, I will go in there and tell all
those women how you have insulted
"Oh, well, if you're a saint, starve!"
hiseed the woman.
T should rather starve ten thousand
times than take help from you," said
the girl, and her clear, horrified eyes
seemed to burn into the woman's evil

7fA (VaTzZ

face. Sbe turned ana sua away, u&c
of her character unaware.
Two blocks from the employment of office
fice office the girl paused, to realize that she
was walking blindly, without any des destination.
tination. destination. She was trembling so with
terror that she was not sure whether
she had the courage to enter another
office, and a long vista of undreamed undreamedof
of undreamedof fears arose in her imagination.
The little woman paused, too, eye eyeing
ing eyeing the girl cautiously, then began in
an eager voice:
"I've been following you."
The girl started nervously, a cold
chill of fear coming over her. Was
this a woman detective?
"I heard what that awful woman
8aid to 'ou. and 1 eaw how 'ou acted.
You must be a sood girl, or you
wouldn't have talked to her that way.
1 suppose I'm doing a dangerous thing.
but I can't help it. I believe you're
all right, and I'm going to try yon, if
you'll take general housework. Ineed
somebody right away, for I'm going
to have a dinner party tomorrow
night, and my girl left me this morn morning."
ing." morning." The kind tone in the midst of her
troubles brought tears to the girl's
(Continued Tomorrow)
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Heaven, as a State of Mind.
The kingdom of heaven is not a
place, but a state of mind. John Bur Burroughs.
roughs. Burroughs. I All those who have a torpid liver,
;elSt look out for chills. The eason
Jis here and the air is full Gf disease
'germs. The proper thing to do is
jto put your liver in good condition
'and purify the stomach and bowels,
;TOR is'tbe right remedy. It answers
i Ine purpose eompieiei).
Price large
J package, $1; small size, 25 cents.
ISold by all druggists. ad
Wisdom Comes With Years.
A boy has tc be at least fifteen
years old before he realizes that actual
war looks altogether differently from
the military parade.
Qf 5 Al"0 3
J R?!si f Hff !flf fifl
Villi tllUlVCllEUil
rv-. I7TI !.,,
i dangerous Fallacy that, they
are Healthy Stop
The appearance of boils leads many
people to consider them a sign of ro robust
bust robust constitution. They are more apt
to signify a condition of sick blood,
sluggish circulation and a morbid con condition
dition condition of the body. Use S. S. S. for tha
j blood.
It hss the peculiar action of soaking
through the intestines directly into the
biood. In a few minutes its influence is
t work i. every artery, vein and tiny
j capillary. Every membrane every or-
. co, in erect filter to strain the
! Llood of impurities. The stimulatins
I properties of S. S. S. compel the skin.
I!ver- ?owls' Sidneys. Madder to ail
work to the one end of casting out
every irritatinsr. every Dain-infiictir
atom of poison; it dislodges by irriga irrigation
tion irrigation all accumulations In the joints,
causes acid accretions to dissolve, ren renders
ders renders them neutral and scatters those
peculiar formations in the skin that
cause boils and other skin eruptions.
And best of all. this remarkable rem remedy
edy remedy is welcome to the -vc-eakest stomach.
You can get S. S. S. at any drug1 store.
Beware of any effort i,o sell you some something
thing something claimed to be "just as ?ooi" Zi
5 curs is a peculiar case and you desir
expert adv'e. write to the Swift Spe Specific
cific Specific Co., 15s Swift Bldg., Atlanta. Ga.

S ft2 (VTO N S
Is a cleansing and strengthenin.t medicine. It is a liver tonic-first
of all and the liver ia always aitted when the stomach poes wrong
It puts life in a torpid liver, helps diesion, sweetens the breath, clears
the complexion of sallowness, relaxes tlis bowls end puts the body in
fine, vigorous condition.

sold mt DUitfi. Mice unci ncxuc l.OO.
Ask forth e-nniee with the Bed 7. on the laHrl. If rcnix ft it. rrrrit t o. w t-:ij
it by tiii. poitpaid. bimmuui Lir Erguiet-r.r it pat p iu luu..! Lru tor llioie b prttcr is.
trice per bottle. Look lor the Efd Z 111.

J. H. ZEILiN 4. CO..
visited last Friday afternoon by a
severe wind and rain storm which
did a great deal of damage to tim timber.
ber. timber. Mrs. C. C. Stevens was the week
end guest of relatives at Evinston.
Master John Gordon of Largo is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Snow Snow-den.
den. Snow-den. Messrs. W. T. Hood and C. H.
Beck of Ocala were visiting relatives
here last Sunday.
There must be some attraction in
this neighborhood as Mr. C. D.
Hodges visits here quite frequently.
We are sorry to report Miss Alta Alta-hula
hula Alta-hula Beck on the sick list.
Miss Liska Collins returned home
last Thursday after spending a week
very pleasantly with friends and rel relatives.
atives. relatives. Mr", and Mrs. S. B. Brooks of
Zuber spent last Sunday in Berlin
and left their two youngest children
with their grandparents, Mr. anl
Mrs. M. P. Frink, to attend the Fel Fellowship
lowship Fellowship school.
The Fellowship school opened last
Thursday with Prof. Howell as
principal and Miss Alta Beck as as assistant.
sistant. assistant. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Anderson of
Williston spent last Tuesday night
with Mr. and Mrs. S. J. McCully.
Don't suffer long with weak kid kidneys.
neys. kidneys. You can get prompt relief by
taking Electric Bitters, that wonder wonderful
ful wonderful remedy, praised by women every every-wheio.
wheio. every-wheio. Start with '-a bctile today,
you will soon feel like a new woman
with ambition to work, without fear
of pain.' Mr. John Dowling of San
Francisco, writes: "Gratitude for
the wonderful effect of Electric Bit Bitters
ters Bitters prompts me to write. It cured
my wife when all else failed." Good
for the liver as well. Nothing better
for indigestion or biliousness. Price
50 cents and 1. Sold by Tydings &
Co. adv.
The Kind He Liked.
I overheard the following conversa conversation
tion conversation between my little brother and
his playmate: Jack remarked: "You
said you had a 'bad' cold; did you
ever have a 'good' one, Herbert?"
Herbert answered: "Sure. Once I had
one that kept me homo from school."
Xo matter liow chronic your cough
or how severe your throat or lung
ailment is. Dr. King's New Discovery
will surely help you. It may save
your life. Stillman Green, of Mali Mali-chite,
chite, Mali-chite, Col., writes: "Two doctors
said I had consumption and could
no live two yerrs. I pp1 Dr. ;
King's New Dibcovery and amalivej
and well.' Your money refunded
f It tails to benefit you. The best)
home remedy for coughs, colds and )
ung troubles.. Price 50 cents and
$1. Guaranteed by Tydings &, Com- j
pany. adv. j
Take AM the Cream. j
Educated folk keep to one another's
company too much, leaving other j
people much like milk skimmed of its J
Nearly every woman nee Is a good
laxative. Dr. King's New Life Pills
are good because they are prompt
and ?afe. and do not cause pain.
Mrs. M. C. Dunlap, of Leadill, Teftn.
says: "Dr. King's New Life Pills
helped her troubles greatly." Get a
box today. Price 25 cents. Recom- j
mended by Tydings &. Co.
'Queen of Sea Routes''
Savannah, Baltimore, Philadelphia,
Boston and Providence
Fine steamers; best service; low
fares; wireless telegraph. Through
tickets to and from principal pointa
SeDd for booklet.
H. C. AVERY. Aent.
Jacksonville, Fla.
L. D. JONES. C. A.
Seminole Hotel. Jacksonville. Fla
Finest coastwise Trip in the World-
Wanted A housekeeping man by a
business wocan tU-ie matrimony.
& us-cm y-Tis.rai
Will enre your Rheumatism
Neuralgia, Headaches, Cramps,
Colic, Sprains. Bruises, Curs and
Burns, Old Sores, Stings of Insects
Etc. Antiseptic Anodyne, used in internally
ternally internally and externally. Price 25c.


Regular Price,
o 00
The wooJ season will soon be
here, and it isn't a bad plan to
prepare for Its coming now.
am in chape to fill a limited
amount of orders for well sea seasoned
soned seasoned OAK WOOD in any desir-i
ed lengths. Get my prices befoi".'
laying in your fall anl win
supply. Call Phone or leavk
your orders at the Count's Gro Grocery
cery Grocery Store, Cor Ft. King avenue
and S. Main street.
Carpenter and Builder
Careful Estimates Made on All Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contracto- in the city
Notice Is hereby" piven that the city
council of the city of Ocala. Marion
county. Florida, at its reeular meeting
to be held at the city hall, in the city
of Ocala, on
TnetMlay, 1ht 71 h Amy tf October, A. D.
1SH.T, tit 7 :.". olm k p.
will eonsider bids for the construction
of sidewalk and curbs (not already
constructed) on both sides of "Expo "Exposition
sition "Exposition street or Broadway." beyinniy!
at nne sirei ana raniii;i w r J
Via limits i s A hAnnrartf) In ,""V"''
cordance with the srf ciflcations nw
on file In the city clerk's office, 3-et
forth in the ordinance providing X0T
the construction of sidewalk and
curb. on "Exposition street or Broad Broadway."
way." Broadway." Said bids to be scaled and filed with
the city clerk of t'.ie city of Ocala at
least five days prior to the said 7th
Jay of October. A. D. 1313.
The council reserves the risrht to re reject
ject reject any or all bids s'lhmitted.
IT'-xi.VTU of the Cfty CouncJL


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