The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
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English
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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THE FURNITURE 3IE.V
VOL. 18.
OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1911.
NO. 101.
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NTENTIONS EXCELLEHT

not Judgment Exceedingly Bam Mr.
1 Howell' Latent Crltlelmn of
Mr. Carney' Game Law
Editor Star: In your Issue of Sept.
22nd appeared an article over Senator
Carney's signature. If Senator Car Carney
ney Carney Is the author of this letter we
wish to reply to him in the same spirit
in which he answered our two letters
to your paper. In one place he speaks
of our quoting from Mr, Bullock's ar article.
ticle. article. We wish to correct this and
would like for the senator to point out
the quotation. The actions of Mr.
Bullock in this matter certainly has
not met -with our approval. It seems
to us that he should have stood firm firmly
ly firmly and squarely against this measure
and then If the senator and Col. Rog Rogers
ers Rogers saw fit to pass this bill against his
protestations his conscience would
have been clear in the matter. It is
almost impossible to frame any bill
without there being, some good points
in it. Sec. 1 and 4 have met with uni universal
versal universal approval. We are glad to com commend
mend commend Senator Carney for these two
sections.
While we are inclined to believe the
senator's Intentions were of the best
anyhow we will give him the ben benefit
efit benefit of the doubt, in framing the other
sections of the bill we are sorry to
say his Judgment was exceedingly
poor. We have always held the high highest
est highest opinion of Senator Carney, both
as an official and as a high-toned, af affable
fable affable and courteous gentleman. When
he acknowledged that he let Mr. Bul Bullock
lock Bullock stack the cards and slip a joker
in a bill of which he claims to have
been the author, our opinion of him as
an official certainly received a terrible
jolt. We have been informed that this
bill wa3 framed before the legisla legislature
ture legislature convened, by an editor, a judge
and Senator Carney. Did Senator Car Carney
ney Carney go out among the farmers for
whose benefit he claims to have had
this bill passed and consult with them
or did he confine, himself to the views
of the editor and the judge-?
The senator seems to have it in for
"the expert class of sports" in Ocala.
We would like to have one point made
clear to us, a question which has caus caused
ed caused us considerable study and anxiety.
Perhaps the senator can answer it for
us;
Is it any more destructive to the
game to hunt and kill fifteen birds
with "a brace of pointer dogs and an
automatic shotgun" and by so doing
get a few hours sport and recreation
than it is to pot fifteen birds with a
single barrel shotgun?
We venture the assertion that there
is not a hunter in Ocala or any where
else, who, when he has killed more
game than he has wish for himself
does not take pleasure In dividing with
his neighbor. When game Is put on a
commercial basis jt Is the first step
towards its extermination. Senator
Carney referred to the Indians as pre
serving the game for their own use.
This was as it should have been, but
value was put on the side of the
buffalo, and where is it today. Out of.
the countless thousands and millions
which formerly roamed the prairies of
the great west not one remains at
large. .Only a few have been preserv
ed by our government. What was re responsible
sponsible responsible for the destruction of the
buffalo? They were put upon a com
mercial basis and the white man
slaughtered them for the dollar.
We have talked with old hunters
and they without exception have told
us that July, August and September
were the months in which the deer
brought forth their young,. If this.be
the case, we would like to ask Senator
Carney Is it humane, is it right,. is It
real downright good common sense to
allow the deerto be hunted during the
months of September and October?
We are more familiar with the
smaller game such as squirrel and
quail. At this season of the year there
are but very few young squirrel large
enough ; to leave their nests. And yet
we have been informed that squirrel
are being served at some of the res
taurants of Ocala. The majority of
the young quail are but half grown
and some are just hatched.
If we are to regard the wild bird as
we would our domestic fowls and ani
mals we should .protect them during
this season of the year. Would Sen Senator
ator Senator Carney go out into the poultry
yard and kill the mother hen from her
brood and then let the brood perish
for want of protection?
Then why has he sought to give men
the right to do this to the wild game?
. We repeat that his intentions may
have been of the best, but in our opin
ion his judgement was exceedingly
poor.
As we said in our first letter to your
paper the farmer and land owner had
all the protectipn "he eould reasona reasonably
bly reasonably ask in the trespass law. If he
wishes to preserve the game for his
own use, well and good; he certainly
could do so under the old law. It
would be possible for a person to shoot
quail at any time and at any place and
unless he was seen to shoot and kill
the quail how would It be possible to
prove that they were not killed on his
own enclosed premises. If a person
should bait his fence rows and tole
the birds from the outside and then
trap them would he be eatchjng his
own birds or some one elses?
What is to keep the land owner
from hunting on the pubKe domain
during the open season and preserv preserving
ing preserving his game until the closed season.
if he be allowed to hunt and kill dur during
ing during any and all seasons of the year?
We have always held that the law
makers should strive to enact laws
just and fair to all classes.
Senator Carney boasts that he went
to Tallahassee to represent the far farmer.
mer. farmer. Well and good. I am a farmer
myself, a regular old homespun one;
wear a hickory shirt and overalls six
days in the week and really don't feel
comfortable in anything else, but be because
cause because I am a farmer is no reason why
I should say the other fellow has no
rights.
We have hunted with several Ocala
men; lawyers, doctors, preachers,
hardware men, bankers and saloon
men and found them all honorable and
law-abiding gentlemen. All were heavy
taxpayers, and men the nature of
whose business makes it imperative
that they should have some kind of
recreation. These men from my own
personal knowledge are not the b.lood-
thirsty demons Senator. Carney would
have us tninK tney are. When we

first moved to our present home it was
a rare thing to see a squirrel and now
after five years of protection we can
see them in any direction. We have

counted as high as fourteen at one
time around our hay loft. And this
Increase was accomplished under the
old law.
We Tepeat that the new law Is a
regular game exterminator inasmuch
as the open season comes at a time
of year when the young birds would
be unable to live if the parent birds
should be taken from them.
Respectfully.
C. B. Howell.
nows THIS
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IXCIPIEXT OUTBREAK
IX THE LACAX ISLANDS
Gunboat Tantanga Fired On and Xaval
Officer Killed
Washington, Sept. 26. An incipient
revolution has broken out in the Lacan
islands of the Philippine archipelago.
News hase been received-here of the
killing of Ensign Hallen Bell and se severe
vere severe Injuries to several sailors of the
gunboat Tantanga, which was cruis cruising
ing cruising in the waters of the Yacan islands.
Bell was commander of the boat.
While the details are lacking, it ap
pears that the Tantanga was cruising
close to shore and that the hostile na
tives fired upon Bell and his crew. The
ensign was shot through the head.
Three of the sailors who were wound
ed will probably succumb to their in
juries. Following the assault oh the
Tantanga her guns were trained upon
the jungle from which the natives
fired and it was swept by a fire from
the machine gun. The dispatch to the
navy department did not say how
many of the natives were killed.
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ROASTED ALIVE OX A WIRE
Dreadful Death of II. B. Colaon Near
Plant City
Plant City, Sept. 26. H. R. Colson, a
laborer employed at the Coronet Phos Phosphate
phate Phosphate Company's mine at Coronet,
three miles from Plant City, met his
death in a horrible manner yesterday,
being literally roasted by electric
wires stretched across the roof of the
main building of the power plant
which operates the machinery of the
plant,
The unfortunate man's body was
literally burned in two, about the cen center
ter center of his torso, by the big feed wires.
Colson'a -home was at Hopewell. He
was about twenty-five years old and
unmarried.
THE CAUSE OF ECZEMA
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washing away with a clean, penetrat penetrating
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PAID THE PEXALTY
Sayer f Premier Stolypln Hanged at
Kiev
Kiev, Russia, Sept. 28. The closing
chapter ln the tragedy which began
at the Municipal theater here on the
night of September 14, when Premier
Peter A. Stolypin was fatally wounded
by .an assassin's bullet, was enacted
here yesterday when the assassin,
Demltri Bogroff, paid the penalty of
his crime with his life. He was hang hanged
ed hanged in the courtyard of the prison. He
died bravely. Bogroff Is a Jew and it
is feared that his act will cause an
other violent attack on the members
of his race by the ignorant Russian
peasants.
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ESTRAY XOTICE
Strayed or stolen, one pointer dog
about 18 months old, white and liver
colored with few specks on front legs
Liver colored head mostly, with light
tan around eyes. Rather large head
Will answer to name of "Cla,rk." Had
collar on when last seen with city
license tag riveted on and "W. F Me
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One of Tbat Country Flaeaf Battle Battleship
ship Battleship aad Over Five Hundred Men
Lost by the Explodes of a Mag Magazine.
azine. Magazine. Toulon, France, Sept. 26. A catas catastrophe
trophe catastrophe of a magnitude unparalleled in
the history of the French navy occurr occurred
ed occurred in the harbor here yesterday morn morning,
ing, morning, resulting in the deaths of proba probably
bly probably 500 men and destruction of the
great battleship Ldberte. one of the
finest vessels of the French navy.
The fire was discovered about 5
o'clock. It was then close to the for forward
ward forward magazine, but was believed by
the officers to be of a minor nature.
Part of the crew was summoned to
quarters and the fight on the flames
began. For some reason, probably be because
cause because they did not think the fire would
assume serious proportions, the offic officers
ers officers failed to order the magazines flood flooded.
ed. flooded. As the flames spread boats with
some 300 men from the Dibert were
sent to the Liberte, and the Dibert's
men joined the fire fighters. About
half an hour later there was a slight
explosion. Even then the officers did
not flood the magazines, nor did they
call the men sleeping in their bunks
below to the main deck; A few mo moments
ments moments later the second explosion oc occurred.
curred. occurred. Then all hands 'were called
to quarters, but before the men be below
low below could reach the decks above the
final crash came. The explosion was
terrific. Masses of metal weighing
tons were hurled far from the doom doomed
ed doomed craft. The living on her decks,
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and' many of the dead, were blown
clear of the vessel, falling into the
water many yards away. Boats from
other craft picked up many, some
swam to safety, while hundreds per perished.
ished. perished. v
The explosion opened gaps in the
sides of the Liberta, from which
flames and smoke burst In volume.
The great craft shuddered and sank
beneath the surface of the water.
Early unofficial statements place the
number of dead at 500 or more. There
seems to be no doubt but that the list
is in excess of 300, the lowest estimate
given out. For hours after the explo explosion
sion explosion fragments of human beings dot dotted
ted dotted the still waters of the harbor.
The Liberta was a battleship of 14, 14,-900
900 14,-900 tons displacement. Her length
over all was 492 feet. She carried a
crew of 793 officers and men. Her
armament consisted of four twelve twelve-inch
inch twelve-inch guns and ten guns of the French
7.61inch type. She also had twenty twenty-three
three twenty-three other guns of smaller size and
four torpedo tubes. She was com completed
pleted completed in 1907 and cost $7,000,000.

McCAULEY FIRED FIRST
C. H, & X. Conductor Killed la a Fight
at Arcadia
Arcadia, Sept. 26 About 6:30 o'clock
last evening E." M. Ward of Bradley
Junction was shot and killed by A.
McCauley, on board the C. H. and N.
train at the depot. McCauley went
aboard the train at Arcadia. Ward was
acting as assistant conductor.
A dispute arose between the two
men about a seat In the train. One
word brought on another until the
men became angered, when Ward
struck McCauley with his fist and
knocked him down. McCauley arose
quickly, drew his revolver and fired
one shot, which entered .Ward's left
breast, passing elose to the heart. Mc McCauley
Cauley McCauley -was arrested. He says he knew
Ward had the reputation of being a
bad man and he used his gun to pre prevent
vent prevent the other man doing so first.
Ward was armed. He lived at Brad Bradley
ley Bradley Junction. He was married- and
leaves a wife and two children. He was
about thirty years old.
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C. E. ACTIVITIES
The Ocala Star comes dally here
now and is appreciated.
The secretary, who also has Intro
duction, Sunshine and Press depart
ment work, in the Florida C. E. Union,
ended her long summer trip from the
Interlachen office- last Saturday. The.
last stop on her route was for three
happy days spent with Mrs. H. W.
Bruce in Gainesville. The state junior
superintendent is a most unselfish wo
man and seemed to enjoy by proxy
the delightful experience which "the
little secretary" had passed through.
Not forgetting the future, there were
earnest thoughts given our problems
in Florida work, when the two officers
were together in Gainesville.
"Missions in Africa" is the theme
for meetings September 24th. This is
indeed an old but ever new subject
for not only study but prayers and
contributions. Tell us for the press
department how the meetings were
held on Sunday next.
The Eustis Lake Region tells of the
vacation in South Berwick, Me., now
being enjoyed by Mr. E. S. Burleigh,
who for many years and until but re
cently, served as the efficient presi
dent of the Congregational Young
People's Society in Tavares.
Messages from both Florida En
deavor unions were sent by request
of Miss Bessie Hall, secretary for
Quebec province, for their celebration
of Dr. Clark's birthday, September 12.
This event was in Alymer, Quebec,
our. great leader's birthplace. Look
for an account of It in the Christian
Endeavor World soon.
Miss Eddie L. McManaman, presi
dent of the society for the First
Christian church in Jacksonville, gave
a' delightful social at? her home in
early September, which the state sec
retary was glad to be able to attend.
The honored guest on this occasion
was Mr. R. M. Pattison, former presi-
dent of their society, who, was on the
eve of leaving for .another long term
in the Kimberlain Heights Theological
School, In Tennessee. During his stay
in this school Mr. Pattison served as
president for one of the largest and
most prosperous Endeavor societies
held in Southern colleges.
October 1st means the commence commencement
ment commencement of school life In many places.
We hope that Endeavorers, if their
education comes away from home,
will take the spirit of our organlza
tion with them in its willingness to
help in 'every way possible those with
whom we come in contact. Wear the
C. E. pin every day, and try is possi
ble when placed where there Is no
Christian Endeavor society, to start
one and make successful its meetings
and committee plants for every-day
Endeavoring.
There has been an election of offic
ers in the Presbyterian society at St
Petersburg, and Mr. S. Jay Adams is
now president- He is also serving in
that capacity for Southwestern dis district,
trict, district, and is counted among the most
wide-awake, consecrated workers we
have, though "only eighteen year3 of
age. We need more young men in our
work such as he.
Rev. C. N. Krook, president of East
Central distrlet, sends a cordial mes message
sage message from his summer home in West
Falrlee, Vt. He expects to be back
with the Lake Helen Congregational
Endeavorers soon, not only as their
pastor, but also in enthusiastic ser service
vice service for their local society and the
district In which it 13 counted.
Christian Endeavor work both in
the Young People's and Junior organ organizations,
izations, organizations, is doing well, writes Mr. E.
A. Redford, of the ilemorlal Preby Preby-terian
terian Preby-terian church In St. Augustine. Good
news, this is; more wanted.
Grace A, Townsend.
Interlachen, Sept. 21, 1911.
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pared prepared for it. Chamberlain's Colic,
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cept (except diamonds). If, however, the stones should come out, the maker re replaces
places replaces them absolutely free of charge. The ring is guaranteed in every
derail. If you wish to buy a ring that will give yon entire satisfactioa
and much pleasure, we suggest that you buy W-W-W rings. Look fsr
the mark W-W-W on the inside. W-W-W rings guaranteed solid ecli.
WHITE, WILE & WARNER
Makers of Rings "In Which the Stones Do Stay In"

Calldo, 11. Y.

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OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, SEPTUS!

3 3, 1011.

OGALA EVENING STAR

Bittiaser & Carroll, Proprietors.
..--v 1 1 . . :
IL It. Carrroll, Business Manager.
J. H. Benjamin, Editor.

COOK TRIES TO
RENEW THE CONTROVERSY

TESTING THE GREEN FRUIT LAW

A dispatch sent out from New York
by the Associated Press says:
It has remained for-Dr. Frederick A.
Cook, himself, to make the most sen sensational
sational sensational charges of the entire Polar
controversy. v

-Declaring that he left this country lf tralt

at tne neigm oi me pro-t-eary cam

" Warrants have been sworn out for
the first offenders against the "green
fruit law" which was recently passed
by the legislature of this state. Word
was received by W. C. Temple, general
manager of the Florida Citrus Ex Exchange,
change, Exchange, that on the 21st Inst, a war warrant
rant warrant was sworn out at Sebastian, for
J. S. Stratton, of Kissimmee, who
supervised the recent shipment of a
car of what was said to be green fruit
from a grove at Wabaaso.
Immediately upon the arre3t of
Stratton the case will be given a pre preliminary
liminary preliminary hearing and the outcome will
be watched with Interest by every
grower In the state. It Is -said that
warrants will be issued for others

who were interested in this shipment

A strict watch Is being kept

on all fruit shipped out of the state

paign againsi mm, uecause i and those who violate the law will be

ous anu puyaicai uc.uwu, vieorously prosecuted

now comes dsck wun sii.itri.inis uuis
against Peary.
Dr.. Cook's brief, which la taken
from his book, "My Attainment of the
Pole," which will appear shortly, fol follows:
lows: follows:

"The weavinir of the leprous blank

RUMORS OP A niJCUS

It Is Teported that the Turks have

captured an Italian steamer as Mes-

sena, on the coast or Syria. A dis

et of infamy with which Peary., and I Patch from Rome giyes rumors that
his supporters attempted to cover me Italian forces haye landed at three

oiTitiot h understood unless we look ipuinw uu m i Anpuu.

through Peary's eyes regard other Tripoli, Barca and Fezzan are the
xnlorers a Pearr regarded them: re- hast possessions remaining to Turkey

Mrd th north as his inalienable prop- in Africa. They, comprise about half

rtv as he did. and regard his Infa- a million square miles and have a pop

hi.h.n ir.atoa aa rlsrht. ulatlon of four or five millions. With

"From the earliest days, Peary's the exception of the cities of Tripoli

effort to reach the Pole was under tak

iMmn:

12)11 -; RMlJllnidpy-
A.riiiniOTUiinic2ffinisinitl
i
Your attention is invited to our semi-annual display
Pattern Hafs and Millinery Novelties
To-day and Tomorrow, September 26th
and 27tli, 1911
IMiiss IMaiipy Ailfilloclk
In Commercial Dank Building

iiiniiiniiinMni!niMiiiiiiiimimnMim;

Bltn Intereetlan; New ; trm

Brlcic City CUmt at Senhi

MISS STOVAXL'S NEW CAR

B. R. Hinson, the genial and pro progressive
gressive progressive president of the Florida Au Automobile
tomobile Automobile & Gas Engine Company,
leaves this morning for Ocala and ex expects
pects expects to be there two or three days.
Mr. Hinson will drive the Herreshoff

Der"nah and Bengazi on the coast, and I car of Miss Minnie Stovall through to

en primarily for purposes of personal I Murzah in the interior, the people live Ocala. Tampa Tribune 25th.

commercial gain. For twenty y-sars

he has passed the hat along lines of
easy' money. That hat would be pass passing
ing passing today lf the game had not been.

In scattered villages. There is some I This handsome car is a present to

fertile country on the coast and In the I Miss Stovall frSm her father, Mr.
oasis, but nine-tenths of the country J Wallace Stovall, proprietor of the Tri-

Is desert. Four-fifths of the people 1 bune.

in the ODinion of many, spoiled by my are fanatical Arabs. Turkish soldiers

- -lare splendid fighiers and Italy will i

"For nearly twenty years he sought find that a war with them is jio pic pic-to
to pic-to be promoted over the heads of nic, tho, owing to the weakness of
tay-at-home but hard-working naval their navy, the Turks will not have a

officers. During all of this time, while air cnance 10 gei,ai xneir enemies.

on salary as a naval officer, he was

away engaged in private -enterprises I CHARLES BATTELL LOOM IS

from which hundreds of thousands of
dollars went into his pockets. By
wire-pulling and lobbying he succeed succeeded
ed succeeded In having.: the American navy pay

him an unearned salary. Such a man I hospital. Death

could not afford to divide the fruits of of the stomach.

Polar attainment with another. I Mr. Loomis was taken ill last De-
i "In 1881, ..as the steamer Kite wentl cember and subsequently underwent

KINDERGARTEN

ANNOUNCEMENT

School will open Monday, Oct. 2, at
9 a. m. Miss Ley has accommodations
for only a few more pupils. To be
sure of a place applications should be
made without delay. Tuition paya payable
ble payable monthly In advance.

SHE SAW IT AT

THE PICTURE SHOW

My

Charles Battell Loomis, famous!

humorist, author and lecturer, died SCHEDULE OP AMUSEMENTS

Sunday night in a Hartford, Conn., i

was due to cancer

AT THE TEMPLE THIS SEASOX

Manager Bennett has given the Star
the following list of the attractions
wrhlfVi will Vto at tYia Tomnlo thie an.

norm, mry uegau iu evince uic iuur operations. iunny ine summei Uuran an(j winter

Druiai, semsn spirit wnicn later was ne wrote several snort stories, tne last
shown to every explorer who had the being finished a few days before he
misfortune to cross his trail. Nansen was taken to the hospital ..in. Hart Hart-had
had Hart-had crossed .Greeland; his splendid ford.
success was In the public eye. Peary A. few days ago it was determined
attempted to belittle the merited ap- another operation was necessary and
plause by saying that Nansen had it was to have been performed yester yester-borrowed
borrowed yester-borrowed the 'Peary' system.' But day. At that time, however, the physi physi-Peary
Peary physi-Peary had borrowed the Nordenskiod clans found his condition was such as
system, without giving any credit. to preclude any operation and it was
"At about the same time that 'Peary not carried through. Although he had
took the great meteoric or 'Iron Stone' suffered considerable pain during the
the natives sole source of metal for several months of his Illness, he main-

weapons from -the Eskimos in 1897, Itained his cheerful manner and keen

a group of seven or eight Eskimos! wit and was rational to the last

were put aboard a ship against their

will and brought to New York for Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Davis, formerly

museum purposes. They were locked of this city, who for the past four
up In a cellar In New York, await- years have been residents of Canyon
ing a market place. Before the profit- City, Col., arrived in Tampa yesterday
.time arrived, because of unhygienic and will make this city their future
surroundings, and Improper food, all home. Mr. Davis Is a brother of Am-
but one died. When in the grip of brose Davis. He has hundreds of
death, though, a Mrs. Smith, who min- friends who are delighted to know

Istered to their last wants, they ap- that he has decided to enter business
pealed with tears in their eyes for in this city. Tampa Times.
some word from Peary. They begged Mr. and Mrs. Davis were residents

that he extend them -the attention of of Ocala for several years, and are

visiting them before their eyes closed! yet pleasantly remembered here.

to a world of misery and trouble.

.. There came no word and no responsive I Dr. DeWitt, mayor of St. Augustine,

call from the man who was responsl-I says he will have the cigarette ordi-

ble for their sufferings. Of seven or nance enforced, and In referring to it
eight Innocent wild people, but one says: "There is no question but that
- child survived. That one Mene was cigarette smoking is one of the most
later even denied a passage back to pernicious habits which children can

his fathers land by Peary.- acquire. The effect of cigarette smok-
. "In 1901 the ship Erik left Peary, ing Is most disastrous upon the men-
; with a large group of native helpers, tal, moral and physical growth of the
''' near Cape Sabine. An epidemic, child and all possible means should be
I brought by the Peary ship, soon after used by both parents, guardians and
attacked the Eskimos. Many died; the public toward the prevention of

others survived to endure a slow tor-1 the spread of this most

i ture. Peary had no doctor and not habit

medicine.

"Near,, the same point, a year later. We can save you one third the price
Captain Otto Sverdrup wintered with of your trunk, suit case or hand bag,
- his ship. His mission was to explore and have any kind or style you may

the ereat unknown to the west. This I wish. The Ocala Pawn and Loan Co.

unexployed country had been under
. Peary's eye for ten years; but Instead
ofexplorlng It, his" time was spent in
an easy and comparatively luxurious
life about a comfortable camp. When

averarups men visneu me rr, snip, Th Colonial Hotel, located on Mae-

they- were denied common brotherly nolia street paved with trifled brick.

October
14th John Larkin.
16th, 17th, 18th Triplets.
25th, 26th Mabel Paige.
30th Dandy Dixie Minstrels.
November
4th The Girl in the Taxi.
9th Frederick the Great.
11th The Man on the Box.
21st Creatore and his band.
December
1st Mary Stuart.
4 th Rosary.
5th The Private Secretary.
6th When a Woman Wills.
11th The Girl and the Tramp
13th Down in Dixie Minstrels.
14th Arrival of Kitty Co.
19th Wizard of Wiseland.
January
15th Beverly."
16th The Thief.
18th The Smart Set.
19th The Lyman" Twins.
21st Graustark.
26th, 27th Manhattan Opera Co.
29th The Night Rider Company.
31st Kane East Show.
February
1st Madame Sherry.
2nd Black Pattl.
3rd Checkers.
7th County Sheriff.
14th Coburn's Minstrels.
22nd Buster Brown.
March
11th and 12th Mildred and Rouche
16th The Lion and the Mouse.

love is just an angel and to give

her small delight

I would gladly all my little income

blow.

But whatever I may mention for an

arternoon or night.
She has seen it in the moving pic
ture show.

From the bottom of Death Valley with

Its floor of burning sand
To the mountains crowned with ev
erlasting snow.

There is not a nature feature any

where in all the land
1 But she's seen it in the moving pic
ture show.
As I sat and heard the Colonel all en
lightenment expound

And marvelled at how much I didn't

know.
She awoke and said, "Let's beat it;
am weary of the sound

He is better in the moving picture

snow. .

An aeroplane came roaring o'er the

peacelui countryside.

Speeding high above the trees, then

jogging slow,

prancea ana howled, look up

mere: Dut sue piaciaiy replied.

l nave seen them m the moving

picture snow.

lo my pieaamg mat together we

should make life s journey thru

She shook her head and murmured

gently low:

'The honeymoon is lovely and I think

a lot or you,

But I've seen it in the moving pic

ture snow.
E. M. R., in N. Y. Sun

pernicious There are ,AQ mnas ot rjjhill Tonlt

PLANK'S AND OTHERS

HOTEL FOR SALE

THE OLD RELIABLE PLANK'S

CHILL TONIC IS GUARANTEED

TO DRIVE OUT MALARIA, TO

CURE CHILLS, FEVER, COLDS
AND GRIP. YOUR MONEY BACK

I IF IT DOES NOT. TWENTY-FIVE

AND FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE

I ASK YOUR DRUGGTST.

CURED OF DIABETES

sprmgneid, Mo., October, 1909. Hall's

Texas Wonder, of No. 2926 Olive street

St. Louis, cured me of a Severe case of

diabetes and I recommend It to any one

suffering from kidney trouble. Mrs.
Kate Waldorf, West Calhoun street
Sold by druggists.

OCALA FOLKS DT TOE OCCAM

Seabreeze. SepL 24. Mr. S. T. Sis-

trunk returned home this morning

after a delightful risit to his family,

who are at the Cherokee Cottage dur during
ing during September.

Mrs. L' P. Rents and, daughter.

Louise, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rent and
baby,, Emily motored over Friday &ftr

ernoon for the week end at the Sea

side Inn. Mr. Ren ta came especially
to fish and succeeded in landing two

very fine bass. They reported the road

between Ocala and the beach fairly
good.

A jolly party at the Daytona Beach

hotel includes the following popular

Orlando' people: Dr. and Mrs. Sylvan

McElroy, Mr. and Mrs. Grant and Mr.

and Mrs. S. Woodruff. Dr. McESlroy

leaves Tuesday for -New York. Mrs.

McElroy will remain at the beach- dur

ing her husband's absence.

Mrs. William Hocker and daughter

returned from Jacksonville Friday.
Mrs. Hocker had her daughter's

throat treated while away. :

Miss Lois Dame will be the guest

of Miss Virginia Sistrunk until the

last of the week. r i

While visiting Mrs. Sistrunk. Mrs.

Mclver was the honor guest of an en

joyable motion picture party given by

Mrs. Hocker at the Daytona Beach
Casino. Delicious home-made candy

was passed during the pictures and

afterwards an half hour was spent at

the drugstore, where refreshments

were enjoyed. Those invited were
Mrs. Mclver, Mrs. Sistrunk, Mrs. Gary,
Mrs. Yocum, Mrs. Mote, Mr. and Mrs.

Bliss and Miss Gaines of Leesburg.

Mr. William Roxby of Daytona, who

is soon to wed Miss Wilcox, has just

had the keys to a very attractive new
bungalow turned over to him. This

new home is on Cypress street. An

other new home just completed in

Daytona is that of Dr .and Mrs. Neville

Clark, which is located on Palmetto
avenue, and Is one of the finest built

during the past year.

Those forming a pleasant party

motoring to New Smyrna for the aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon Saturday were Mr. and Mrs

Sistrunk, Miss Janet Weathers, Vir

ginia Sistrunk and Lois Dame.

Dr. Dell Moody now located .near

Daytona was a Sunday visitor to the

beach.

Miss Grace Hatchell with her host

and hostess, Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton

Dobbins, of Altoona, spent several

days during the past week at the

Seaside Inn.

Mr. W. T. Gary will join his family
at the Seminole cottage for a visit

before they return home.

Capt. Henry Snow, known by .nearly
every Ocalan who visits the beach,
returned today to his Palatka home.

capt. snow nas been unusually suc successful
cessful successful fishing during his stay at the

Seaside Inn.

I'm rro n m n-

Mi

On display To- day

morrow September 23m csstZl j

1911, a beautiful line cx PgC-,

Tailored and Ready-ic-Y7eo? -J 2.

We invite your inspection.

Tie Temple.: Ttenfefe

Matinee every VJoCzzzCny 3cr

Comfortable Seats and Electric Fans
Xhzzzt cf Prcrcn Every Kll
PROGRAM FOR TDIS EVEK1NG
EXPERIMENTS WITH PORLANNINrS HYDROPLANE.
THE FIGHTING REV. CALDWELL
AN ODD ADVENTURE OP POOLSHEAD.
A MEXICAN'S GIRLS LOVE
Wedaeflday, September 27th, 3 t f aVlaedc
MUTT AND JEFF AND THE DOG CATCHERS

Prices Tea zzl Five Cczlz

m .SyDb'SooCi og pep

SCHEDULK TO, ORANGE SPRINGS

The Ocala Northern Railroad Com

pany began operating through
trains to Bay Lake, Orange Springs

and Kenwood on Thursday, September

14th. Train leaves Ocala 7 a. m. in instead
stead instead of 8 a. m. as formerly and will
make one round trio daily to these

points 'except on Sundays, when two

round trips will be made. Sunday
trains will leave Ocala 8 a. m. and 3
p. m. Until further notice tickets
will be sold to all stations except Sil Silver
ver Silver Springs at rate of one fare for
the round trip.-. JSunday rates between
Ocala and Silver Springs will be 25
cents for the round trip. All tickets
limited to day of sale. Now get your
baskets ready and .spend a pleasant
day at the famous resort of Orange
Springs, one of the most delightful
places for an outing or recreation in
the South. S. P. Hollinrake, Supt.

LOST, STRAYED OK STOLElf

One cream mare with" black mane
and tail, about 14 hands high, weight!

about 700 pounds; branded on left hip
with circle S (S). If found please
notify George Leonardy, at Leesburg, I

Fla. 9-6-dwlm

NOTICE FOR APPLICATION OP

LETTERS PATENT

: for our patrons to select their
own fashions. We show them
a splendid selection of up-to
date designs in the finest
fabric?; and we make a Suit:
to measure wii h the under understanding
standing understanding that it fits or there is
no sale-. We want to make you
a tri al suit,' .because we know s
we will have your future cus custom
tom custom afterwards.

THE JEFFCOAT TAILORING CO.

E1EQCD ANT TAIL0E1S CCA!A;FL0CC1

ATTACivs SCHOOL PRINCIPAL

Notice is hereby given that we, the
undersigned, four weeks after the first
publication of this notice, will apply to

the governor of the state of Florida

for letters patent to issue under the i

following proposecnarter.
- jv Trm. A. Jeff coat.
D. T. Jeff coat.
"A. J. Kluytenberg.

DON'T DUY ATI AUT0U0CILE UNTIL Vy OS DAVE SEEn

IL

courtesy and were refused hospitality

which Is universally granted by an
unwrltteen law, to all field workers.
Peary even refused to send him, on

his returning ship, important letters flce

and papers wnicn sverarup aesirea
taken back. He also refused to allow
Sverdrup to take native guides and
dogs which did not belong to Peary.

centrally located betwen the Seaboard
Air Line and Atlantic. Coast Line

stations and within, one block of

the government" building and postof-

Thls hotel has recently been

thoroughly remodeled and modernized
in every particular. Has over 53500
worth of new furniture, new gas and

OF If INTEREST
TO AGRICULTURISTS

A severe attack on School Principal
Chas. B. Allen of Sylvania, Ga., is thus
told by him: "For more than three
years," he writes, "I suffered indescri indescribable
bable indescribable torture from rheumatism, liver,
and stomach trouble and diseased kid kidneys.
neys. kidneys. All remedies failed until I used
Electric Bitters, but four bottles of
this wonderful remedy cured me com

pletely." Hucn results are common.

Thousands bless them for curing stom

ach trouble, female .complaints, kidney

disorders, and biliousness, and for new

health and vigor. Try them. Only 50
cents at Tydings & Company's.

wnnil MiiF. tr 'Rest nt nlnmhlmr

This same-courtesy was later denied and electric gy3tem. House will not

lo vapiain rsernier ui me auumu ei
pedition.

, inus anempung iu ulnae ner lots ln Ocala, surrounded by mas- the same place under

vaie preserve oi me uiivumuvu sive cement block fence. Lot-is 105 by "Ocala Seed Store."

The Ocala Fertilizer Company has

need a dollar In repairs or furniture bought the seed department of Baxter

for years. One of the handsomest cor-I Cam and will continue the business in

the name of

he attempted to discredit and thwart
every other explorer's effort. In line

with the same policy, every member i

of every Peary expedition has been
muzzled with a contract which- pre prevented
vented prevented talking or writing after the
expedition's return contracts which

Peary derived the sole credit, the en-

105 feet. The Colonial has 25 rooms t We have in a fresh supply of seeds,

and Is now enjoying a splendid busl- and will try to keep everything in the
ness, every room being occupied every seed line. We will appreciate the con con-night.
night. con-night. This is one of the be3t small tinuance of the custom already estab estab-$2
$2 estab-$2 a day hotels In the state and will lished in this department, and solicit
prove a fine Investment and soon dou-. any new business, guaranteeing
ble the money at the price, $16,000, prompt and courteous service to all.

$6,000 down and balance $5,000 in one WE ARE GOING TO SELL SEEDS

tire profit and all of the honor of the and $5,000 in two years at 8 per cent. AND FERTILIZERS AND SELL THEM
results of the men who volunteered lnteresL I you mean business, come RIGHT. We are prepared to buy all
their services and risked their lives. tQ sge me or wrIte for particulars and the VELVET BEANS and PEANUTS

mis same spirit was snown ai me jhAtnrr1T.h Tt win ot. hA lons-on wa mii secur and a limited amount

the market. I have the sole agency of HAT, CORN, POTATOES, SYRUP.

etc. We expect to build up a trade in

all these farm products, and if the

FARMER will help us, we will give
him a eood market for every stable so

Moniexnma lllocK, ocaia, na.

H. A. KRAMER

time when, at 87 degrees 45 minutes,

he turned Captain Bartlett back, be- for the sale of tne ColoniaL

cause he (Peary) o use nis own

.words, 'wanted all the Ijonors.

"After being thus engaged for years

in a propaganda of self-exploitation,
ln assailing other explorers whom he

regarded as rivals, in committing deeds j

in the north unworthy of an Ameri- DR. J. T. SHAW, VETERINARIAN

can and officer of the navy, Peary,

knowing that I had started Poleward,
knowing that relief must inevitably be
required, appropriated by supplies, and
absolutely prevented any effort to
reach me which even the natives
themselves might have made.
"The property which Peary took
from Francke and myself, with the
hand of a buccaneer and the heart of
a hypocrite, was worth thirty-five
thousand' dollars. This was done, not
to Insure expedition needs, but to sat satisfy
isfy satisfy a hunger for commercial gain,
and to inflict a cowardly, underhand underhanded
ed underhanded injury on a rival. All of my
caches, my camp equipment,' my food.

were taken; and under his own hand

writing he gave the orders which de

nrived me of all relief efforts at a

time when relief was of vital im

ance. v ; .-

Graduate of the United States Col

lege of Veterinary Surgeons,
WASHINGTON, D. C.

Located at the Jonea Hospital oi Srath

Firat Street. West
" OCALA, FLORIDA.
All Calls Promptly Answered.

that every farmer will know where to

sell and where to buy. Come to see

us and make our place headquarters.

W. D. CARN, Manager.

We have a great many fire arms of

all kinds, descriptions and prices, both
new and second hand, that we have

taken In as pledges. The prices are

very low. call and iook them over.

i Ocala Pawn & Loan Company.

FOLEY'S IIOXET & TAR COMPOUND

Still retains its high place as the best
household remedy for all coughs and

colds, either for children or grown

persons. Prevents serious results from

TONIC IN ACTION QUICK IN RESULTS colds. Take only the genuine Foley's

Give prompt relief Jrom BACKACHE, I Honey and Tar Compound and Tefuse

KIDNEY and BLADDER TKOUBLK,

(Foloy Kidney Pills

Jrtt RHEUMATISM, CONGESTION of the

We have a great many fire arms of
all kinds. 1psrint irms anA nriffs. hnth

KIDNEYS, INFLAMMATION of tht new and second hand, that we have

"Many members of his expeditions, J wjlxDDER and all annoyine URINAR1 taken in as pledges. The prices are

some rougn seamen, speas wun .suuu- very low. Call and look them over.

dering of his actions in that far-away iKKKUULAKlllia. A positive Doon to ocala Pawn & Loan Company.

north. In my possession are arnaa- UIDdlb AGED and ELDERLY

Tits, voluntarily maae ana given io i . BEFOtlE YOU RE ACn THE LIMIT

IDC uy lueuiue.a u .- I nhvlMl .n.lnr.o al n-Hl x-nnr

.II.m. v.e.f, ttittnna whlAh : in anv . . . I J

ree"UB B'uai I MAW HIGHEST RECOMMENDATION Unnitlnn a otlll miKta tV Pnlov

. -.11 f I I U.. M. U.VJ

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gauon- mm., is in nla taut year, ue writes us: "i nave iDOSjtive -results will delight vou For

gm 1 I lately suffered muca trom my Kidae) s ana oiaa-1 .

aer 1 bm wren mciicqm aua nr Kiuasyackioa i ... ..

and all Kidney, bladder and urinary

irivlS EASILY CAPTURED

I at ntaht. and

President Taft seems to nave qap- j Vook Fole

Kunas. Regulars and Insurg I and am now free

j was too freqnent, causing' me to lose mncn sleep

aaer coere was constant
Iney Pills for some time.

trouble and aeain able to

lurea TT :;Ih ftth m dftlr I U P d aroond.. Foley Kidney Pills hava lay

enis vieu wn i fcigheat rtiT'""r,"tir'"

ana in my Diaaaer ipere was consiani roubles. Sold hv the Court Pharmacr.

lev money rills ror some time, '

of an

him honor and promising him support.
But politicians are, such liars.

FOR SALB BY COURT PHARMACY

All kinds of suit cases, Tiand nags

i etaany priced you want, at the Ocala
i Pawn and Loan Compaay.

We can save you one third .the price

of your trunk, suit case or hand bag.

and have any kind or style you may

wish. The Ocala Pawn and Loan Co.

DIGESTION AND ASSIMILATION

It is not the quantity of food taken

but the amount digested and asslm-

lated that gives strength and vitality

to the system. Chamberlain's Stom

ach and Liver Tablets Invigorate the

stomach and liver and enable them to
perform their functions naturally. For
sale by. all dealers.

STORE FOR 'RENT

naif of front atore dowastalra at the

Wood mar block, next to Theua-Zaehery
Furniture house, for rent. Apply to

Mr. Akin or Mr. Bennett, with Oeala

Plumbing: & Eleetrle Company.

LIVED ON

RAW EGGS

Mr. Bich&nTs Exptriecce tith Dif Different
ferent Different Diets. Pttdss tzl
Buttermilk for Three Yeas.

Cecflton. Md. Mr. George Richard,

bf this place, during the past 12 years,
has probably tried more different diets
than the average person would ever use

in a lifetime. .
What he has to say about his experi
ments. must therefore be highly interest

ing to anyone suffering from indigestion

or stomacn trouoies oi any nu.
Hp savs "For more than 12 years,

I suffered with stomach troubles, and
naid hundred of dollars for doctor bill

and medicines. I was also operated oa

I Fived cm dried neaches and buttermilk

for nearly three, years. The only thing
that would not give me pain was raw eggs.
I was a physical wreck. 1 could not
sleep, and was as near crazy as a man
-nii1d tvell tw

I must say that after taking two 25-cenl
packages of Thedford's Black-Draught,
it did me moreood than all 1 ever spent
for other medicines.
I have been working daily on tne tarm
vpr inr and I 9m XS hard 83 lTOO.

This purely vegetable remedy has been

in successful use tor more jm y";
Trv iL Rut tie sure that if 'nrtedf0rd.,

COPY. OF THE PROPOSED CHARTER

OF THE JEFFCOAT TAILORING
COMPANY

Ave. the undersigned, hereby asso

ciate ourselves together for the pur

pose of becoming incorporated under
the laws of the state of Florida, ap

plicable to corporation lor pront.
ARTICLE I.
Name

The name of this corporation' shall

De THK JKFFCOAT TAllXlKlfiU CUM

PANY, and its principal place of bus!

ness snail be Ocala, Marlon county,

Florida, but it may establish offices

and agencies in other places in or out

ot tne state oi Jflorlda.

ARTICLE II.
Bnalneaa

The general nature of the business

to be transacted by this corporation is

1st. To own and maintain tailoring

establishments, for the purpose of

making clothes, tailored to order.

2nd. To buy woolen eoods and cloth

of all kinds and make them up in suits

ana srents iurnisnines.

3rd. To buy and sell gents zurnisn

mgs.

4th. To make and sell overalls.

5th. For the purpose of buying and

selling and dealing in all kinds of

goods, wares and merchandise and for

the purpose of owning, holding and

enjoying all kinds of real and personal

property.

etn. .Ana zor tne purpose orauoin

any. and all things which, may be

deemed reasonable. and necessary for
carrying out the purposes above men

tioned with power to do anything di

rectly or collaterally connected with

such principal purposes.

ARTICLE III.
Cnpltnl Stock

The amount of capital stock of this

corporation snail be nve thousand dot

iars ($5,000) divided into nve hundred

(500) shares of par value of ten dollars

isio) each, to be paid in cash or mer

cnandise as ioiiows:

Ten per cent, on application of let

ters .patent: fifteen per cent, on De

c em bar 31st. 1911; twenty-five per cent.
February 28th: twenty-five per cent, on

April 30tn, ana twenty-nve per cent.

on July 3ist, miz.

ARTICLE TV.
Term

The term -for which this corporation

shall exist Is ninety-nine years.

AHT1CLJU Y.
Offleern

The business of this corporation

shall be conducted by a president, a

vice president, and a secretary and

treasurer and a board of directors con

sisting of not less than three or more

than five persons, to be elected at the
first annual meeting of the stockhold stockholders
ers stockholders to be held on the first Tuesday in
December, 1911. The following offlc-.
ers named shall conduct the business
of the corporation until those elected
at the first annual meeting shall qual

ify, namely: Wm. A. Jeffcoat. president.

A. J. Kluytenberg. vice president, and

D. T. Jeffcoat, secretary and treasurer.

ARTICLE VL
Indebtedness
The highest amount of indebtedness
to which this corporation shall at any
time subject itself to 13 five thousand
dollars ($5,000).
ARTICLE VL
' Snhaerlbera
The name and place of residence of
the subscribers, together with the
amount of capital stock subscribed for
by each 13 as follows:
Name Residence No. Shares
Wm. A. Jeffcoat. Ocala. Fla., 200
D. T. Jeffcoat, Ocala. Fla., 200
A. J. Kluytenberg. Ocala, Fla, 100
In witness whereof the Incorporators
have hereunto set their hands and af

fixed their seals this the 21st day of

August, A. I. 1911.
Wm. A. Jeffcoat, (Seal).
D. T. Jeffcoat. (Seal).
A. J. Kluytenberg,' (Seal).

THE' M

THE BEST CAR VALUES 0

win

Smoke Cuban Club 6 cent cigars.

TOE ME17 UAXIVELIS

Have Cclacbia Radiators ssd Fell Flostbn Dcci Axlss, cd arc

Dsndscstsl Ccrs ca C: ncrtcL :
ED. TTIICIKIEKL V
Dislritalor lor Cecbxl Florida. P. 0. Cox ?V Css, Flcriia.

Wfcsn in Need cf

First -Class PlsafeSi

Write of Cati on
a- y
Ocala, ncrfSa

Estissts Forcisifd ca Herb, to Any Pert cl Q2 Sir!
17E ISSUE COUPCriS CH TCE FDEE PIAKD CC:iTC37.
AS2 F03 TQEU. PCCHE 23 ;
25 1-2 S. Uafci St Ctcia; Kcrlii

State of Florida,
County of Marion.

Personally appeared before me, the

undersigned authority, i wm. a. Jen

eoat, D. T. Jeffcoat and A. J. Kluyten

berg. to me well known to be the

parties described In and who executed

the foregoing articles- or corporation

and proposed charter, and each ac

knowledged the execution of the same

ror the uses and purposes therein set
forth and exnressed.

Given under my hand and seal of of office
fice office this the 21st day of August. A. D.

1911. (Seal) A. IS- uerig,
- Pffotarv Tuhl!i State of Florida.

My commission expires Oct. 25. 1914.

. G. A. SMBBMY
REAL ESTATE AND RENTAL AGEWT
Reel Statements uiQ lltclVlzztt lizli Utz'Hy
LOANS NEGOTIATED

Olttee, 39 West Drccdway

CCAIAFIC-IDA

NOTICE OP MASTER'S SALE
Notice is hereby given that under
and by virtue of a final decree of fore foreclosure
closure foreclosure made and entered-by the judge
of the circuit court of the fifth judicial
circuit of Florida for and in Marion
county, in chancery, on Ine 8th day of
August, 1911, in a certain cause lately
pending in said court wherein Ocala
Live Stock & Vehicle Company, a cor corporation
poration corporation under the laws of the state
of Florida was complainant and L M.
Sherhouse and J M. Sherhouse and
M. Sherhouse and J. M. Sherhouse
as co-partners doing business -under
the name and style of Sherhouse
Brothers Were defendant?, the under undersigned
signed undersigned was appointed special master
in chancery in said cause to execute
said final decree, and that pursuant
thereto on the first Monday in October,
1911, viz:
: the 2nd day of Oetnhef. 1B11
during the legal hours of sale I will
offer for sale and sell to the highest

rand best bidder for cash at. public out

cry in tront or the west' door oi .xne
court house of Marion county, Flor

ida, the following described property.

to-wit: o -
One sorrel mare, blazed face, right
hind foot white, age eight or nine

years; one bay horse mule; one bay
mare mule; one gray horse -lx ry ears
old; one bay horse white hiad feet;
one roan mare white faced; one.: sorrel

horse six or seven .years old; one bay
horse five years old; one yellow geared
black body hack number -39 and one
red geared black body hack number
33. A more particular description of
sa id nrooertv will be seen by the bill

of sale recorded in miscellaneous book

"II" page 115 of the public records of
Marlon county. Florida, or so much
thereof as may be necessary to satisfy
said final decree and cost.
i-v- Joseph Bell. -.
: Special Master in Chancery.
Hampton & Hall,
Attorneys for Complainants.
. Trunks of air styles and different
grades, steamer and large trunks, at

the Ocala Pawn and Loan Company.

L. .JlLEJtfiNDEl
CARPENTER AUD CL'ILC"
Caxefal Estimates Utii Cl C :
tract Work.' Qlre TZtn t.
work for tie incsej Ctn C-
contractor la tts c'r. : .



ocaia Evmrna star, Tuesday, September 23, 1011.

1911 Millinery Opening!

The ladies of Ocala and vicinity are;

invited to our Millinery Opening, which

takes place on
TO-DAY AND TOMORROW,

SEPTEMBER 26 AND 27.

- The latest styles in Millinery, and

Novelties in this line, will be on display.

oi imm

A3f EICELLEM BILL
AT THE TEMPLE THIS ETEXIXC

"Digesti!1

Elks meet this evening.
Odd Fellows meet tonight.

Smoke Cuban Club a cent cigars.

Florida raised

! Store.

rye at Ocala Seed

Mr. EL K. DeLong of Candler was at

the Ocala House yesterday

"DIgestlt."

Mrs. D. Harlacher of Bay Lake was

at the Ocala House yesterday.

Buttermilk, fresh every day at the

Postofflce Drugstore.

Maycraft &
West Side of Square

DeCamp

Ocala, Florida

Mr. C. G. Frazier returned last night

i from a visit to Alachua county.

The Ocala News Company is making

a hit with Its picture frames.

Mr. Richard Dodge has returned

his studies at Richmond, Va

to

'Digestit.'

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J)EPOSITORS like ,to feel that in bringing their
business to a bank they are helping to build it
up; in other: words they are giving something for
what they receive. We want you to feel that way
towards us. ;
We Are Growing
Grow With Us.
We want your account want to make ourselves
useful to you in anything pertaining to finance and
we can handle it with profit to you and ourselves.
(Coroinniorcnaill EBaimlc

Miss Minnie Stovall has returned to

Ocala from her visit to Tampa.

Smoke Cuban Club 5 cent cigars.

The Methodist sewing circle

yesterday, with Mrs. J. W. Kea.

met

"Digesti-L

Mr. B. II. Seymour went down to

Leesburg on a business trip last night.

Tou can get your pictures framed at

the Ocala News Company and get them

now.

Mr. Jason Grant of Mcintosh was at

l the Montezuma last night.

If you want to find a good bo.arding

house at reasonable rates, call up the

Star office.

THE BEST LI WE OF THE

Mrs. Edward Holder has returned

i from her visit to the north.

Smoke Cuban Club 5 cent cigars.

The Temple will have a first class
show this evening, with a ticklesome
comic, some flying machine pictures,
a Mexican romance and a good west

ern drama.

Tomorrow the show will begin early

and the favorites. Mutt and Jeff, will
be in evidence with another set of
their comical adventures.

SUCCESSFUL OPENINGS

The Ocala milliners, Miss Affleck,
Mrs. Nash and Haycraft & DeCamp,

had most successful openings today.
Their counters and showcases were

covered and filled with pretty things,
which the ladies crowded their stores
to admire. The hats were entirely
beautiful and hundreds of them will
be seen on the streets within the next
week or so. The openings continue
today and tomorrow, and the ladies
who do not attend miss something
great.

DR.

J. W. HOOD'S TELEPHONES

Office, 203.
Residence, 293
AUTUMN MILLINERY OPENING

On display Tuesday and Wednesday,
a beautiful line of pattern, tailored
and ready-to-wear hats. We invite
your inspection. G. A. Nash.

The faculty of the Ocala High
School was added to today by Miss
May Reynolds, A. B. and A. M., of
Lakeland, sister to Miss Ruth Rey Reynolds,
nolds, Reynolds, who taught here last year. Miss

Reynolds is a graduate student of Co Columbia
lumbia Columbia University of New York; also,
a graduate of the Florida State Col College.
lege. College. She will instruct the high school
grades with Professor Workman and
Miss Lucile McKowen, A. B., who is a
graduate of the Louisana State Col College.
lege. College. The high school faculty is now
complete, with the exception of a
teacher for the seventh grade, who
will probably be secured this week.

AIR DOME MAINTAINS

. ITS HIGH REPUTATION

The Air Dome program tonight will
be as follows:
"The Spanish Gypsy. Drama.
"His Image in the Water.- Comic
"Her Adopted Fathers. A story of
the sea.
The Air Dome has never been so
fortunate in selection and skillful in
presentation of pictures as now. There
is a big and well-pleased crowd, often
two or three crowds, present every
night, and no complaint of the quality
of the pictures is ever heard. An hour
under the stars with the pictures and
the music makes an Arabian Nights
entertainment every evening.

TROOPS RETURN TOMORROW

The drowning of a visitor, said to
be C. E. Harper, of Apalachicola. near
the wharf at Black Point Monday
morning, cast a gloom over Camp
Fleming, especially the companies
from the section where the young man
lived. He Is said fo have been tire
guest of Company 1 and to have gone
out from the city Sunday night- with
a party of officers and men. .When
the landing was being made it ap appears
pears appears that he miscalculated and In Instead
stead Instead of steeping on the pier, went to
one side and was lost in the perilous
undercurrent of the St. Johns river.
Several of the young soldiers very
nearly lost their own lives trying to
rescue him but in vain.
A special train will leave the camp
tomorrow, morning, bringing .the
Ocala, St. Petersburg, Leesburg and
some other companies to Jacksonville,
and they will entrain at that point for
their homes.

A letter from Lieutenant Weihe of

the Rifles says the Ocala boys have
worked hard, done well and kept well.

CLARK'S COMING CAKE CONTEST

Buckshot Williams, the ex-conduc-

jtor and farmer, was in town today.

U ( X "rVAWD THE PRICE
i'pT BIGHT- ;J
if

Your kodak work can be finished In

two to three days if you leave It at

Mills studio.

Mr. Leon Fishel was able to be out

attending to business today.

Mr. Harvey Clark, proprietor of the

i O. K. Teapol, Grocery, has announced

I a grand cake baking contest, which

will be open to every lady in Ocala

and the surrounding vicinity. The

Representative Rogers was in town I contest will take place on October 12.

today, looking and feeling happy and and any kind of cakes can be baked
healthy. Mr. Rogers was a delegate y our expert housekeepers. The cakes

to the national tax convention at hvl11 be soId at auction after the con

Richmond, the object of which was to test, the proceeds -to be donated to the

correct Inequalities of taxation. A res- Marion county Hospital Association,
olution was passed, making important I The cake bakers will be required to

recommendations to the governors of "se cattolene instead of butter, and

all the states. Mr. Rogers visited At- will also have to use Kauitman s nour.

There are quite a number of prizes
being offered by the O. K. Teapot, and

as there are so many splendid cake

bakers in this vicinity there will no
Idoubt be a large number of cakes en

tered in the contest.

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SCHOOL DAYS

IF YOU EARN f 10,000 A YEAR AND SPEND f 11,000 YOU WILL FALL
BEHIND. IF YOU EARN TEN DOLLARS A WEEK AND SAVE PACT
OF IT YOU WILL GET AHEAD AND THERE IS NO OTHER WAY
TO DO SO, LET YOUR MONEY GROW. ...
WE WILL PAY FOUR PER CENT INTEREST ON THE feOlfBY
YOU PUT IN OUR DANK AND COMPOUND THE INTEREST EVEZXT
THREE MONTHS.
WE ISSUE: DRAFTS ON ALL FOREIGN COUNTRIES.

CAPITAL FULLY" PAID IN 975,000

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lanta on his way home..

L. H. VAN ENGELKEN. M. D.
OSTEOPATHIC TREATMENT
Old Postofflce Building, Room 4.

DR. II. XV. COUTfTS PHONES
Office, 427.
Residence, 340.

Smoke Cuban Club 5 cent cigars.

BEST QUALITY OF FRESH HAY

Mr. Alfred

better today.

E. Owen is somewhat

You don't obtain the full beauty of a

picture unless it is framed. Take it

to the Ocala News Co. v

Mr. R. L. Turner, the efficient pub

lic school superintendent of Citrus

county, was in town yesterday.

Mr. R. T. Adams of the Ocala House
returned last night from the north.

His family is at Elkader, la., and will

return when the weather becomes

cooler. Mrs. Edwards, Mr. Adams'

mother, now under medical treatment

at Rochester, Minn., is, the Star re

grets to say, no better. J For sale, any quantity of new mown

hay; beggar weed mixed with crab
FOR RENT The beautiful little flat crass and Mexican clover. Apply to

over Little's Shoe Parlor.- All modern p v. Ditto.

conveniences, a splendid home for a

small family or a good suite of of

fices.

Shoe Parlor.

Smoke Cuban Club 5 cent cigars.

Afr Jorrv Rurnett. the industrious

Apply to M. M. Little, Little's and gkillful tailor, and" his efficient as

sistants, have removed Into their new
quarters in the made over and bet better
ter better than new Lafayette block. -- Not

so many years ago Jerry aid an nis

Messrs. E. N. DeLong and W. II.

Mann of Candler were at the Ocala

House yesterday.

Mr. John H. Blume, the expert

measure taker for Smith, Gray & Co.,

who was at Hayes & Guynn's store k himself in one gittle room of his

cottage home now it takes up the

greater part of -a big brick building,

with his samples, yesterday and to

I day, secured many orders. He is a

pleasant young man to
: business with.

WANTED Salenladles

5 and 10 Cent Store.

at McCrorey'a

Misses Margaret and Mamie Taylor

ihave returned from their summer visit

to New York state.

The hunting season is here. Remem

ber we have a full stock of high grade
shells at low prices. Ocala Pawn &
Loan Company.

meet and do Hard work, g00(i taste in fitting, the

best material and faithful performance
of his contracts have made Mr. Bur Burnett's
nett's Burnett's business grow.

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ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY
IX)RETTO (Near Mandarin) FLORIDA.
Boarding school for boys, conducted by the Sisters of St. Joseph.
Boys from eight to fourteen years received, and carefully trained on

physical, intellectual, moral and social.lines. Healthy location. If&gH
nificent swimming pool. Complete equipment in schoolrooms, dormi-

tories, dining hall and recreation .rooms.
APPLY FOR .PROSPECTUS TO THE SISTER SUPERIOR.
ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY, LORETTO, FLORIDA.

Mrs. DoDsewife: Don't yon want some good, line Knives

and Forks and Spoons, and a Carving Set for your nice table?
Our Carving Knives will carve; onr Cnllery will cut
-

We cut onr prices when we first mark onr Cutlery. No

"sharp" practice in onr Hardware Store.

IMsiiPloini Msiiidlwaiips Co.

OCALA. FL0H1DA.

Save money on your shells and am

munition by getting same from the

Ocala Pawn & Loan Company.

To prevent pneumonia, a cold settled

in the lungs should be attended to at

lnnP Tnt a HRRRTflK'S RER PEP-

Mr. Robert MacKay and wife, a new- pRR porots PLASTER on the chest

ly married couple oi wew iorK, are
in the city visiting Mr. and Mrs.

iand take BALLARD'S HOREHOUND

SVRTTT Internallv. It's a winnlnsr

George MacKay.t Mr. Robert MacKay comblnatlon. Buy the dollar size Hore-

The second floor of the Bell apart

ment house on Fort King avenue Is

for rent. Apply to Joseph Bell at the
court house.

is Mr. George MacKay's nephew.

A card from Mr. T. D. Dillon, now)

enjoying a vacation In Kentucky, says

he will soon return to Ocala.

You can get anything from a post

card to an 18x22 photograph at Mills'
studio.

hound Syrup; you get a porous plaster
free with each bottle. Sold by all
druggists.

Smoke Cuban Club 5 cent cigars.

Messrs. E. A. Haley of Clearwater

and Gus Haley of Jacksonville were

at the Ocala House today.

Mr. S. H. Gaitskill of Mcintosh was

a visitor to uiearwater last week.

See the handsome display of dia

monds, and other new jewelry In our i

window. The Ocala Pawn & Loan Co.

II

Miss Nellie Hooper left today for

Jacksonville to resume her duties as

principal of the South Jacksonville
school, which position she has held

for the past four or five years. Miss

Hooper was accompanied by her niece,

Miss Annie Moorhead, who will visit

with her for a short time.

WANTED A perfectly reliable, sin

gle young man wants a position in

F.A.

iUTO

I have money to loan for thirty

Mrs. Henry and. daughters came up I sixty or ninety days on real estate orcala; anything just so it will pay his

from the lake todav and were the Lcrannai pnritv ttip- tim inane rmlboard: office work preferred. Good

i guests of Miss Bettie Mclver.

1000 bushels of Texas Red

Proof Oats. Ocala Seed Store.

v

Rust

real estate also in large sums. Apply
to II. A. Kramer, Montezuma hotel
block.

i references. Address "D," care Star.

CONTRACTOR & BUILDER

Mrs. Pearl Kelsey and Mr. Ed Priest i

of Stanton were In the city yesterday

They returned home on the afternoon i

train.

C. J, PHILLIPS

Contractor and Builder

The members of the Moose are put

ting in first plass billiard and pool
tables in their rooms in the Gary

block. The fittings of the lodge and

club rooms will cost $750.'

PLANS AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED

r. O. BOX 273 OCALA, FLA.

When you are happy drink PLEZOL.

When you are dry drink PLEZOL.

When you look for prosperity drink

PLEZOL.

Plans ana specifications

Upon Request.
120 South Third Street

WANTED Two young men'tto take

orders and deliver packages. Steady

Furnished 1 employment. Pay every Saturday

night. S. E. Rowe, the market man.

OCALA

FLORIDA

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OTEL

Miss Ethel Haycraft of this city will

be one of the members of the Mu Phi

Epsilon society of Brenau College at I

Gainesville, Ga.

JACKSONVILLE'S FINEST and FLORIDA'S

LARGEST and BEST YEAR ROUND HOTEL
Rates Reasonable American Plan

Proprietor

All who have pictures are taking

them to the Ocala News Co., to have

i them framed.

Mr. Ed Tucker has received six j

handsome Maxwell runabouts the

largest consignment oX cars that has i

ever come to Ocala at one time.

THOMAS M. WILSON.

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QUALITY!

rniMR MEATS
CHOICE POULTRY
Patronize the up-to-date market

that has the best selection always, that

names lowest prices always.
Our meats are always of the finest
the kind you'll want to serve.
. Try U3 today!
W. P. EDWARI S
: Phone 108 New City Market
OCALA, FLORIDA.

NOTICE

FOR SALE A jiew portable engine,

sawmill and shingle mill. Best out

fit of its size In Florida. Owner must!

go north. Address Box 126, Burbank,

Fla. dw 9-19-tf

Mrs. Sidney Halle has returned

i from Little Rock, where she accom

panied her daughter, Miss Marie, to

college.

Ocala, Fla., September 12, 1911.

To the Stockholders of the Roess Lum

ber Company:
Notice is hereby given that a meet

ing of the stockholders of the Roess

liuniuer wmp;Mj m some people want money on poor
offices of the company at Ocala, Flor- wells. THE OCALA WELL DRILLING
ida, on the 12th day of October, 1911, q0 -ha3 never failed. If you want a
at 10 o'clock a. m. The object of hold- well wrjte them. Address Box 167,1

ing said meeting is for the purpose ofjocala. 9-22-d6t-w2t

increasing the capital stock of said

company from ?a0.uuu to ?iou,uuv. Ana itr Edward Tucker has already eold

notice is given that ir two-tmrds or two ot hi3 handsome Maxwell run-
. t I

tne stocsnoiaers oi saiu corporation abouts, one to Mr. Alfred Beck and I

shall vote to increase the said capital lthe other to Dr. Clifford Ayer,

stock, that the capital stock of said

company will be thereby increased to

$100,000.
By order of the president.
R. C. Muncaster, Secretary.

WANTbi) Traveling salesman to

handle an up-to-date line of trunks

and bags as a side one. Right goods.

right prices. The Petersburg Bag

gage Company, Petersburg, Va.

FOISYSIOMEYMIIS

FOLEY'S KIDXEV REMEDY (Liquid)

Is a great medicine of proven value

for both acute and chronic kidney and

blaader ailments. It is specially re-

commended to elderly people for Its

wonderful tonic and reconstructive
qualities, and, the permanent relief and
comfort it gives them. For sale In

Ocala by the Court Pharmacy.

There were six cases in the record

er's court this morning. One repent repentant
ant repentant sinner was dismissed; the other

five contributed $35 to the city.

FOR SALE First class stable fer

tilizer for yard or garden use. Phone

371 or call on Dr. D. M. Boney.

Trunks of all styles and different

Buttermilk, fresh every day at the grades, steamer and large trunks, at

Postoffice .Drugstore. lthe Ocala Pawn and Loan Company.

SE5

Mr. Jno. T. Lewis returned from

Oklawaha today. Mr. Lewis thinks

Lake Weir is slowly drying up. He

can remember when It was five miles

i by seven, while now, he says, it is

only three by four.

wajjted Boarders and roomers.

Nice large rooms and good board.

Also plain and fancy sewing done sat

I isfactorily. Apply to Mrs. Crumpton,

87, Anthony road. 9-22-6t

Victor-Vlctrola IX, $50
This newest style
Victor-Victrola
is yours for $50
The latest addition
to the famous Victor Victor-Victrola
Victrola Victor-Victrola line and only
An extremely popular price
and made more popular still
by our easy-payment plan.
Come in and hear this instru instrument,
ment, instrument, and find out how easily it
becomes yours.
Other styles of the Victor-Vktrola $7S
to $250. Victors $10 to $100.
FOR SALE BY
A. M. LASSFORD
NO. 3, NORTH MAIN ST.

Mr. Clifford Landers, the well known

and skillful young telegraph operator,

formerly of Ocala, was married In Chi
cago recently to Miss Ethel Goodwil
lie, a pretty young lady of that city.

Don't send your pictures out of town

to have them enlarged. Take them to
Mills' studio. We can make them In
crayon, sepia or pastel, and our prices

are right.

Mrs. W. M. Konow of Ocala, who

has been visiting her sister, Mrs. W,

T. Edwards, of 2217 Fisher street, left

I last night for her home. Jacksonville

Metropolis, 25th.

A full assortment of the best picture

frame material at the Ocala News Co.,

and Tex Martin knows just how to

use it.

Messrs. Grover -McClure and Sam

Barco have returned to their studies

at Stetson, accompanied by Messrs.

Leon Leitner and Neal Ferguson, new

students and graduates of Marion

county high schools.

FOR RENT The late n. B. Nettles'

property, Romeo, Fla.; store, dwelling

and stilL Address, Mrs. IL B. Nettles

Romeo, Fla.

Miss Irene Feltham entertained the

little girl's sewing circle yesterday

afternoon. Miss Sarah Davis won the

I pretty doll, which is given at each

meeting of this society. Refreshments

were served.

John Marshall Perkins left today

for Gordon Institute, Barneaville, Ga.

APARTMENTS FOR RENT

Dr. Chas. -R.. Tydings and family

went down to the lake yesterday aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. Dr. Tydings has about re

covered from his attack of sickness of

Saturday night.

THE

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TYPEWRITER J

Little Miss Gracie Smith has so far

recovered from her accident that she

has been able to leave the hospital
and return home.

Mr. and Mrs. C. L. West will leave In
few days for a visit to Tennessee

and Kentucky.

Mr. Ardis Waterman arrived home

last night from his New York purchas purchasing
ing purchasing trip.'

Mr. S. T. Sistrunk has returned from

Seabreeze and is again in his office.
His family will return Friday or Saturday.

Mr. George MacKay went down to

the lake today.

Miss Sarah McCreery arrived on the

afternoon Coast Line train and is the

guest of Miss Meta Jewett. She is on

her way to Tampa, where she will
teach this season.

Mr. E.a T. 'Helvenston returned to

day from his northern and -western

trip.

FOR RENT House on Fort King

avenue with seven rooms and a large

attic. House formerly occupied by 3Ir.

Will Gary. Apply to Mrs. William Anderson.

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Twenty-five cents at Tydings & Co's.

Dr. B. M. Tison and family of Prov

idence, arrived Sunday evening for a
brief stay with the former's parents,

Major and Mrs. W. O. Tison, South
University street.. Dr. Tison's friends

sympathize with him in the loss of

hl3 residence by fire some time since.

Gainesville Sun.

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kind. Twenty-five cents a bottle
FOR SALE CHEAP A good type typewriter
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tle little used. Apply to this office.

Pictures framed at the Ocala News

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either.

For Indigestion or sour stomach use

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Complete furniture for the kitchen and dining
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- FLORIDA

The Taming of
Red Butte
Western
By
FRANCIS LYNDE

Copyright, 1910, by Charles Scrlb Scrlb-ners
ners Scrlb-ners Sons.

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CHAPTER XXIIL
THE CODE MESSAGE.

IT was a bit of common human per per-verseness
verseness per-verseness that kept Lldgerwood
from thanking Judson when the
engineer overtook him at the cor

ner of the plaza. Uppermost in hi3
thoughts at the moment was the keen
sense of humiliation arising upon the
conviction that the plucky little man

had surprised his secret and would de despise
spise despise him accordingly; hence his first

word to Judson was the word of au

thority.

"Go back to Schleisinger and have

him swear you in as a deputy consta

ble," he directed tersely. "When you

are sworn in, come down here and

serve this,H and he gave Judson the

warrant for Hallock's arrest. "Arrest
him wherever you can find him and
take him over to Copah on the first

train that serves. He'll have to clear

himself If he can; that's ail

When Judson, with his huge cowboy

pistol sagging at his hip, had turned

back to do the first part of his er

rand Lldgerwood went on around the

Crow's Nest and presented himself at

the door of the Nadia. Happily for

his purpose, he found only Mrs. Brew

ster and Judge Holcombe in possession.

the young people having gone to climb
one of the bare mesa hills behind the

town for an unobstructed view of the

Timanyonis.

The superintendent left Judge Hoi

combe out of the proposal which he

urged earnestly upon Mrs. Brewster.

Telling her briefly of the threatened
strike and Its promise of violence and

rioting, he tried to show her that the
presence of the private car party was
a menace alike to its own members
and to him. Would she not defer to

his judgment and let him send the
Nadia back to Copah and to safety

while there was yet time?

Mrs. Brewster, the placid, let him

say his say without Interruption, but

when he finished the placidity became
active opposition. The president's wife
would not listen for a moment to an

expedient which did not, could not,
include the president himself.
"I merely wished to state the case
and to give you a chance to get out
and away from ; the trouble while we
could get you out," Lldgerwood said,
a little stiffly, then: It is barely pos possible
sible possible that the others may agree with
me Instead of with you. Will you tell
them about it when they come back
to the car and send word to my office
after you have decided In open coun council
cil council what you wish to do? Only don't
let it be very late. A delay of two or
three hours may make it Impossible
for us to get the Nadia over the Des Desert
ert Desert division.
Mrs. Brewster promised, and the su superintendent,
perintendent, superintendent, went upstairs to his of office.
fice. office. A glance into Hallock's room In
passing showed him the chief clerk's
boxlike desk untenanted, and he won wondered
dered wondered If Judson would find his man
somewhere in the town. He hoped so.
It would be better for all concerned If
the arrest could be made without too
many witnesses. True, Hallock had
few friends in the railroad service, at
least among those who professed loyal loyalty
ty loyalty to the management, but with explo explosives
sives explosives lying about everywhere under underfoot
foot underfoot one could not be too careful of
matches and fire.
The superintendent had scarcely
closed the door upon his entrance into
his own room when it was opened
again, with McCloskey's hand on the
latch. The trainmaster came to re report
port report that a careful search of Calla Callahan's
han's Callahan's files had not disclosed any mes message
sage message to Leckhard; also he added that
Dix, who should have come on duty at
3 o'clock, was still absent.
"What do you make out of that?
qnerled Lldgerwood.
McCloskey's scowl was grotesquely
horrible.
"Bullying or bribery," he said short shortly.
ly. shortly. "They've got Dix hid away up uptown
town uptown somewhere. But there was a
message, all right, and with your name
signed to it. Callahan saw it on Dix's
hook this morning before the boy came
down. It was in "code your private
code. I got Orton a little while ago
on the Copah wire and pumped him
He says there was a code message and
that Dix sent it But when I asked
him to repeat it back here he said he
couldn't that Mr. Leckhard had taken
it with him somewhere down the main
line.
Lidgerwood's exclamation was pro profane.
fane. profane. The perversity of things, ani animate
mate animate and Inanimate, was beginning to
wear upon him.
"Go and tell Callahan to keep after
Orton until he gets word that Mr.
Leckhard has returned. Then have
him get Leckhard himself at the other
end of the wire and call me," he di directed.
rected. directed. "Since there is only one man
besides myself in Angels who knows
the private office code I'd like to know
what that message said."
McCloskey nodded. "Ton mean Hal Hal-lock?"
lock?" Hal-lock?" "Yes.
The trainmaster was halfway to the
door when he turned suddenly to say:
"You can fire me if you want to. Mr.

f Lldgerwood, but I've got to say my

say. lou re going to let that yellow
dog ran loose until he bites you."
"No, I am not."
"By gravies, I'd have him safe un under
der under lock and key before the shindy be begins
gins begins tonight if it was my job."
He will be," announced Lldger Lldgerwood.
wood. Lldgerwood. "I have sworn out a warrant
for his arrest, and Judson. has it and
is looking for his man."
The afternoon sun was poising for
its plunge behind the western barrier
range and Lldgerwood had sent Grady
UD to the cottaze on the second mesa

to tell Mrs. Dawson that he -would

not be up for dinner when, the door

opened to admit Miss Brewster.

"And the way Into my parlor Is up

a winding stair, she quoted blithely
and quite as If the air were not thick
with threatening possibilities. ""So this
Is where you live, is It? "What a
dreary, bleak, blank placer

"It was a moment ago, but It isn't

now,' he said, and tils soberness made
the saying something more than a bit
of commonplace gallantry. Then he
gave her his swing chair as the only

comfortable one in the bare room, add

ing, TL hope you have come to tell me
that your mother has changed her
mind."
"Indeed, I haven't! What do you
take us for, Howard?"
"For an exceedingly rash parry of
pleasure hunters, if you have decided
to stay here through what Is likely
to happen before tomorrow morning.
Besides, you are making it desperate desperately
ly desperately hard for me.
She laughed lightly. "If you can't
be afraid for yourself you'll be afraid
for other people, won't you? It seems
to be one of your necessities.
He let the taunt go unanswered.
"I can't believe that you, know what
you are facing, any of you, Eleanor.
I'll tell you what I told your mother mother-there
there mother-there will be battle, murder and sud sudden
den sudden death let loose here in Angels be before
fore before tomorrow morning. And it is so
utterly unnecessary for any of yon to
be Involved."
(Continued Tomorrow)

WEAK KIDNEYS

MAKE WEAK BODIES

Kidney Dleaxe Cancie Half the Com

mon Aches and Ills of Ocala
People.

As one weak link weakens a chain.

so weak kidneys weaken the whole
body, and hasten the fial breaking-

down.

Overwork, strains, colds and other
causes Injure the kidneys, .and when

their activity is lessened the whole
body suffers from the excess of uric

poison circulated in the blood.

Aches and pains and languor and
urinary Ills come, and there is an ev

er-increasing tendency toward dropsy
and fatal Bright's disease. There Is
no real help for the sufferer, except

kidney help.

Doan's Kidney Pills act directly on

the kidneys and strike at the root of

the trouble. Ocala cures are the proof

L. Irwin, Florida House, Ocala, Fla.,
says: "My kidneys were weak and I
had to pass kidney secretions to fre frequently.
quently. frequently. Often my back was lame and

I also had pains through my kidneys

I have taken Doan's Kidney Pils -on
different occasions and have always

found them just as represented. I feel
justified in giving this preparation my
endorsement, for I know what it will

do."

For sale by ail dealers. Price, fifty

cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N.

Y., sole agents for the United States.

SCRATCH PADS FOR SALE

In cleaning up the remnants of pa

per about the office we have padded

and cut a quantity of paper into dif

ferent convenient sizes for office

work. 25 or 50 cents will get you

enough of these pads to figure the age

of Ann on. The Star Office.

A FIE MCE NIGHT ALARM
Is the hoarse, startling cough of s
child, suddenly attacked by croup. Oft

en It aroused Lewis Chamblin of Man

chester, O., (R. R. No.' 2) for their four

i children were greatly subject to croup,

"Sometimes in severe attacks," he
wrote, "we were afraid they would
die, but since we have proved what a

certain remedy Dr. King's New Dis

covery Is, ws have no fear. We rely

on it for croup and for coughs, colds

or any throat or lung trouble." So

do' thousands of others. So may you

Asthma, hay fever, lagrippe, whoop whooping
ing whooping cough and hemorrhages fly before

it. Fifty cents and $1. Trial bottle

free. Sold by Tydings & Company.

BUSIINELIi

(Sumter County Times)

Miss Lizzie King from the Outlet Is

visiting the Misses Morris this week.

Dr. L S. Griffin has placed his order
for the very latest thing in the way

of an auto.

Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Burnham return

ed from DeFuniak Springs Sunday.

The attendance having increased to
such an extent it became necessary to

employ another teacher in the high

school here, Miss Lora Wilcox having

secured the appointment. She began

her duties Monday morning.

Mr. I. B. Dlnkins is moving into his

handsome new residence.

Mr. A. E. ..Carter, who has been up
in the mountains of South Carolina for

the summer, returned to Bushnell Sun
day.

Mr. P. E. Brilbey is building a very

handsome residence on West Nobles

avenue. Improvements are still go

ing on in Bushnell. This makes the
third residence to be built within the

past sixty days and there are others

to follow in the near future.

Mr. J. H. Spencer of the state agency
for the Buick car spent Sunday in

Bushnell.

The ice cream supper given by the

young ladies in the interest of the

Baptist church was quite a success.

Mr. J. O. Fleece, the telephone man
from Wildwood, has been in town all

this week putting in new phones, put putting
ting putting up new poles and otherwise mak making
ing making improvements.
The new postofflce fixtures have ar arrived.
rived. arrived. Mr. Nairn has -the contract for
fitting them up. They are the very
latest and would do credit to a much
larger town.
Mr. A. M. Norwood has purchased
the old Hudnell home place from Dr.
W. E. Noble.
Mrs. C. Bevill has been quite sick
but is improving.
New desks are being installed in
the school house. It is a much need needed
ed needed improvement.

H12)111

TIE

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Men's Collars .,
100 dozen Cluett, Peabody & Company's
Linen Collars, 1-2 dozen to box; the very finest
linen; comes in 1-4 1-2 and 3-4 sizes, reg reg-ular
ular reg-ular price 15c straight, our price, per box 5G

Collars for Everyone

200 dozen regular 10 cent Linen Collars for
Men, Boys and Ladies. We will continue JTp
to sell them at our. old price, each -vt
Men's Drawers

Men's Elastic Seam Drawers, good yal- 5f)
ues, per pair while they last .1 . -3uC
" Bleached and Yellow Jeans : Drawers, An
are offered at the low price per pair ovlylLQKi

pes

Big Line of
Men's Silk
Hose

We will sell our Men's Silk Hose, which
consists of the very latest colors and

patterns, while thay last at, per pair Lvv

LAEZ2S' SUM
HOSE ;
Colors and Black

Boys' School Pants from 10 cent to 32.00 per pair.

ee us before you buy: your Hats, Shoes, Shirts,
Pants or Overalls. We can save you money.

Men's and Boys'; Blue Chafnbray Work Shirts at 25c
Lunch Boxes and Baskets from 10 cents to 25 cents.

New line of Ladies' Waists and Skirts for Fall venr

now on sale at attractive prices.

Souvenir Post Cards of Ocala Views given vith

eacn 10 cent purchase.

Keep Posted! Don't Go to Sleep and Get Left! We

Are Here With the Goods!

Tie

Ocala

F. P. GADSON, Proprietor.

OCALA, FLORIDA.

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Millions In the air. Think of it.
Every time you open your mouth. In
goes a whole menagerie of microbes,
germs and bacteria. When the liTer,
stomach and bowels are active, these
germs are harmless. If they are torpid
it is just the condition needed to set
up disease; which at this season is
generally of a malrial nature. 4 The
moral Js use IIERBINE to keep the
liver, stomach and bowels in a state
t health" and activity. It cures in indigestion
digestion indigestion and constipation. Price 0c
Sold by all druggists.

Shotguns of all grade? and all
makes, at greatly reduced prices at
the Ocala Pawn & Loan Company.
FOLEY KIDXET PILLS
Will reach your Individual case If you
have any form of kidney and bladder
troubles or urinary Irregularities. Try
them. Sod by the Court Pharmacy.

When you feel "Blue." Half Sick, Out of Sort, and ererythlnc mmm to mo
.wrong; you can blame It on the Liver, aa that org la usually at fault.

For a Torpid Livor You Kccd

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The Remedy That Puts New Life in tho Liver
v and Regulates the Dovete.
"X liver that Is torpid exercises a demoralizing' Influence all through the body. It lsstrs the
kldaeys in their work, clogs up the bowels, throws bilious impurities into the blood and Interferes
with digestion. A person in this condition is pale, sallow and discouraged, feels bad. looks bad and his
general condition is bad. Food digests poorly, bowels mostly constipated, suffers from dtxzy spells,
occasional headaches and prefers to sit around and do nothing- in place, of .his usual bustiias energy
and cheerfulness. :- v..
Herbine changes all this by starting the Internal machinery Into activity again. Its reviving
effect on the Torpid L er is prompt and thorough. The Stomach and Kidneys feel its stimulating la
fluence. The Bowels uro purged of costive conditions and regular daily operations re-establtaned. As
a result of this general scouring of the interior, functional activity is resumed everywhere and the
purified blood goes coursing through veins, carrying new life and energy to every part.
Sold at Drug Stores, Price 0c per Cottle.
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PICNIC AT OAK GROVE
There will be a picnic at Oak Grove,
Oct. 7, 1911. There .will be boxing In
the morning and a ball game' In the
afternoon. Everybody come and bring
well filled baskets. Oak Grove "is about
three miles east of Morrlston.

For bowel complaint In children al always
ways always give Chamberlain's Colic, Chol Cholera
era Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and castor
oIL It is certain to effect a cure and
when reduced with water and sweet sweetened
ened sweetened 13 pleasant to take. No physic physician
ian physician can prescribe a better remedy.
For sale by all dealers.

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We have a number of very choice
double barreled, hammerless shotguns,
and can save you money on them. The
Ocala Pawn & Loan Company.

As usually treated, a sprained ankle
will disable a man for three or four
weeks, but by applying Chamberlain's
Liniment freely as soon, as the injury
is received, and observing the direc directions
tions directions with each bottle, a cure can be
effected in from two to four days. For
sale by all dealers.

t Shotguns of" all grades and all
makes, at greatly Teduced prices at
the Ocala Pawn & Loan Company.

Mimic (CdMd

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