The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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Frequency:
daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular

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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates:
29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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OCALA liVlLNlHQ STAB. M0XDA1T, 0CTOREI1 2, 101i.
OCALA SCHOOLS OPES
PROVED TOO MTCH-A-PESnnr

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ev are giMj methin for -.n,m. ; : :

a i Florida raisea rye
1 Store.

business to aV
u p ; i n other word?.

what they receive
towards us.

We AH

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 aud ourselves.
Corininr Oanmlk:-

meet this evening.

Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night
Eagles meet Wednesday evening.

at Ocala Seed

Mrs. William Hocker and children

returned Saturday from Seabreeze.

The great Challenge Sale at

Globe Is going successfully on.

the

Mr. W. IL Beal of Orange Lake was

at the Montezuma Saturday.

r The Ocala News Company Is making

a hit with its picture irames.

Mr. S. N. Graham of Sumterville was

at the Montezuma Saturday.

"Digestif

Dr. R. A. Willis of Greenwood was at

the Ocala House Saturday night

Ten-dollar suits for

Globe Challenge Sale.'

6.SS; at the

Mr, -and Mrs. James Taylor have re

turned from their visit to Tennessee.

Buttermilk fresh every day at the

Postofflce Drugstore.

"Digestif."

The great Challenge Sale at

Globe is going successfully on.

the

The county commissioners

session today.' r.,.:

arc In

Oetl

"Digestif

You can get, your pictures framed at

the Ocala News' Company and get them

now,

Col. Rogers came in from Lynne

this morning and reports : all peace

and plenty in his 'section.

MD Pieces

Maty

Ten-dollar suits for

Globe Challenge Sale.

$6.98 at the

'IDiress

Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk and children and

Miss Annie Atkinson are expected
home from Seabreeze this afternoon.

The Ocala schools resumed their
work this morning, and the-streets,
after four 'months of comparative de

sertion, were made lively by the pass passing
ing passing of the bright-faced young legions
on the way to acquire the best weap weapons
ons weapons for the battle of life. "

It was the Star reporter's privilege

to go, under .the gumance oi ato les

sor Workman thru .the L, high school.

meet the .teachers and have a look at
the scholars. V

Following is the faculty by depart

ments, and the number of. pupils pres

ent this morning; - :

High School Miss Reynolds and

Miss McKewen and Mr, W orkman.

Present, 5. ---;

Intermediate Department and Gram

mar scnooi ueparsnKni rouria
grade,,. Mrs. Wesson and Miss Mary

Gates. SS.pupils; fifth grade, Mrs. Todd,

35 pupils; sixth grade, Miss Mizelle, S3
pupil3: seventh grade. Miss. Browne.
40 pupils; eighth grade, .Miss Murphy,

30 pupils. 1.

Primary School Miss, Nellie Stev

ens, principal; third grade, Miss Fan Fannie
nie Fannie Clark; second grade," Miss Margaret

Taylor; first grade. Miss Corinne Will Williams.
iams. Williams. AH grades assisted, by Miss Lu Luetic
etic Luetic Moore.

Some of the teachers have been with
us for years and are to j' well known
to need eulogy; the new . comers ail
look like they are entirely capable of
winning the same place in our esteem.
It is sufficient to see .the neat and
intelligent appearance of the scholars
to estimate how high a place Ocala is
entitled to among other cities of its
size. They are an exceptionally -fine
looking set of boys and girls.
The high : school students who ex expect
pect expect to graduate next spring are Miss Misses
es Misses Annie Laurie Perry, Irma Blake
and Irma Seckinger,' and .Messrs. Leslie
Anderson, Wiley Burford and Alfred
Turner.
; The Star is sorry that it can't speak

as well of the school house, as of the

teachers and scholars. The best to be
said of it is that it will only just do.

The building Is old. shabby looking and

by no means large enough. By all

means the town and county should de

vise means for a better building, issue
bonds, borrow money, or do some something,
thing, something, somehow. At the present rate

of increase, some of the grades will
soon have to use the playground for

a school room. jj

The reporter did not get up to the

primary school. In time v to see- the
faithful teachers and their charges,

but hopes to make them, a visit some

time soon:

Mr. William Hocker l a shrewd

lawyer, -and should know very- Well

that a time comes in giving evidence-

when a witness can say too much. But

Homer, nodded," so why not Hocker.

fr. docker,; on being interrogated

by the Star reporter as to his opinion
on the game law,- evaded the question

by turning state's evidence against
Judge BelL. The judge, said Mr. Hock Hocker,
er, Hocker, on the first of September, went out
In Marshall Swamp to shoot a turkey,

and having been out there three hours

accumulated so- many.' mosquito bites

that, he swelled up to the size of Don
Mclver almost. : Whereupon y he re returned
turned returned to town, put vaseline on the
bites, bathed himself in "alum water,"
and as soon as he had shrunk enoagh
to get through his office door; called
his court in session and declared the
game, law unconstitutional
.:. The reporter listened In consterna consternation,
tion, consternation, and decided that if he ever had
a case in Judge Bell's court, he would
insist on a change of venue. -'
- But Mr. Hocker, being on the stand,

and having no friendly, lawyer to take

him off. went on to testify that he

went out In the scrub after deer, that
he found the sun so hot that it melt

ed his suspender buckles, and,' that he
was therefore, of the opinion that all

game, laws' were unconstitutional until
after frost falls.'

The scribe thereupon reversed his

opinion, and decided that Judge Bell

wasn't subject to a recall, but that

Mr. .William Hocker; while, as we all

know, a cracker jack lawyer, Is "decid-

ly an unreliable witness, evidently not

rehearsing, his testimony until It will
stand cross-examination.

if you want to find a good boarding

house at reasonable rates, call up the
Star office.

The Latest Colors, Just
Out. The Regular Prices

of These Goods are 10 and
12 Cents. Our Prices for
This Day Only, per yard,

'tMr. J. W. Crosby of Tampa is visit

ing .his Ocala friends, v He is a guest

iof the Montezuma.

DR.

J. W. MOOD'S TELEPHONES

Office, 203.
Residence, 205

The great Challenge" Sale at

Globe Is going successfully on.

Postmaster Pegram of

Springs was at t'the Montezuma Satur

iday." : .'. Vf-,'.X.::'

" Mr. C. D. Harrington, -an officer of
the Olivette, plytng .between Tampa

and Havana.- has sent to Mr. G. W,

Martin of this city a. number of post

card? views of the wreck of the Maine

as revealed by the pumping of the wa

ter out of the cofferdam surrounding

Orange j ner- They are .good, and, the only

really clear pictures of -the wreck the

Star has seen.

the

AS IXXOVATXOX

The O. K. Grocery has retained the

services of Laurie Y"onge and his motor

cycle to deliver goods. Laurie sure is

taxing tnem. Filling one order at a

time, ; he can deliver more packages
than two -men with wagons. : The

motor cycle is taking an Important
place in industrial affairs, as well as

in sport s.ad recreation.

LAurie s motor cycle is an Indian, a

machine of the best type. Mr. B. F.

Condon is the agent for Ocala and ad adjoining
joining adjoining territory.

)

AIR DOME ; PROGRAM

. 'In Florida," a picture made by the

Kalem company and one- that ", every

person should see.

'Their Mother-in-Laws," -a good

Lubih comic.
The Chiefs Daughter." a Biograph
Irdian picture full of thrills and ex exciting
citing exciting parts from start to finish.

En

HEXRY H, ROGERS, TUB OIL KJXG CnOVB A CCr 7..
WHEX HE WAS A BOY. tSS SAVED PACT.O? C tUZr.."r
PtTT IT IX THE BANK A0 OECAtSS .HAST TZZZ1 A 1", -1
AIRE. 0-V V
. WE. WILL PAY; YOU FOUR PER CENT.: WmHS"?.' 'CH -,ITJ:i
EV TOU PtT IIS OUR BAK AXD COMPOI JTO TU2
EVERY THREE MOXTIIS. '.
AVE ISSI E DR IFTS OX ALL FOUGIGN COUS'Kirna.' J X

1 qqHq naMoriaBTCr
CAPITAL FULLY PAID I3f fjK V ;

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Jj. n.. VAS ENGEliKKN. 31. IV
OSTEOPATHIC TREATMENT
Old PostoSce BnlldinK, Room 4.
- I L I 1 I I I I II I I M
Henry. Hart, of Montague. who was
so fearfully wounded by another ne negro
gro negro last Wednesday,'-Is In charge' of
Dr. Hughes, and yet alive, tho there

Is no chance of his recovery. One eye

is shot out and a large portion of his

lower jaw shot away, so he cannot
swallow. f

Your kodak work can De finished In

two "to three -days if you leave it at

Mills' studio. '

FOR SALE A new portable engine.

sawmill and shingle milL Best out

fit of its size in Florida. Owner must

Dr; W." H. Dodge- went up to Jack

sonville this morning.' 'He expects to

return tomorrow or next day.

FOR BENT The beautiful little fiat

over Little's Shoe Parlor. All modern

go north. Address Box 126, Burbank, I

Fla

dw 9-19-tf

Hamp Chambers has received an

other fine motor cycle, a' Harley-

ffi 98 at thellJavIs, an even -better ;i machine than

the Excelsior -that. has: pleased his pa

trons so, mueh the ..last few weeks.

S. A. Rawls of Jacksonville -was I amp is going to nave tne Dest in

i fices. Apply to M.

Shoe Parlor.

M. Little. Little's

Ten-dollar suits for

Globe Challenge Sale.

Mr.

la guest or the ocaia Mouse saturaay wiiwieu..i-uuiMs.

night.

A

You don't obtain the full beauty of a

picture unless it Is framed. Take It

to the Ocala News Co.

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.

Miss Elsa Schneider, : after a pleas

ant, visit here, returned to her school

work at Dunnellon' this morning. She

was accompanied1 to Juliette by her

mother, Mrs. C F. Schneider, who

went on up to Wade, to visit friends
for a few. days.

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ST. JOSEPH'S ACADGlr.lV

LORETTO (Near Maadxrin)1 FLOIUDA.

Boarding school for boys,51 conducted by Uie Sl&tcrB of Ct.- Zzzzz
i from eight to fourteen years received, and carefully txzZzzi J1

Bovs from eight to fourteen years

nhvsical. dntellectual. moral and social lines Ueaitny lociuca.

nificent swimming pool. Complete equipment 4n sOoolrooias;. isrrU-

4 APPLY FOR PROSPECTUS TO .THE SISTEIl CUTCIUC!

ST. josin?iTs ; ACADxnr, iiOiurrro, niczr

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DR. H. AV. COfJNTS' PHONES
. Office, 437.
Residence, 840.

Dr. D. M. Smith came down from

Jacksonville-yesterday, but had to re

turn to his patient in that city today.

Our Store Will De Closed Monday
On Account of Holiday.

Save money on your shells and am

munition by getting, same from, the

Ocala Pawn & Loan Company.

Governor Gilchrist has annolnted ir. a. i. eirun weni 10 vamesvuie,

mi,, r-io-o f t,i s. .kU. Saturday and brought : home a new

ao9 jt iwi u a iin viij a.M v-vua k 1 . I
stenoerranher for th fifth ludirJal r!r- Maxwell runabout Mr. Strunk in

cult. This is a Twwmon nf honor and company wun mt. usseu Aionga oi

trust and calls for great faithfulness Gainesville ran it down through, the!

Mrs. C. D. Dunham and Miss Bobbie

Baldwin of Mcintosh were guests of

the Ocala House Saturday.

and efficiency and Miss Moore's

friends are confident that she will be

entirely equal to the task.

country.

FOR RENT -House on.' Fort King

i avenue with seven rooms and a large

A full assortment of the best picture attlc" House formerly occupied or Mr.

OCALA SCHOOL OF MUSIC

AOTICE

Ten-dollar suits for;

Globe Challenge Sale.

$6.98

at the

and Tex Martin knows Just how to I derson

use It.

Apply to Mrs. William An-

Ti:!S:SAL8TE3u2

Quality, and Is stamped m vrfrLi "T
you buy heras. Always on Juu: "H t: J -line-
of Buggies, Carrlagaa;. A r
Automobiles, Harness and Lii.
Goods s and all kinds of u?-t-i"-:
Farming Machinery. Kveryttotasf -ti.-1
wears wheels, made of leather cr rt
to make farming" a pleasure. :? Call t l
us when in need we will elicts-U

your, trouwes.

OCALA

The Ocala School of Music will open
its dOors for the fourth annual ses session,
sion, session, October 2, 1911.- It offers its pa patrons
trons patrons first-class instruction; In violin,
piano and : scrence. Any one wanting
places who haven't already applied for
time, should see Miss Mary Connor,
the directory at her studio, corner of
Magnolia street and Fort King ave avenue,
nue, avenue, after, September 27th. Office
hours 10 to 12 a. m.

The state and county licenses for

: the year 1912 were due the 2nd day of

October. If you are conducting' a bus

iness', for which a license Is : required.

please take it- ou( at ;once, as con continuation
tinuation continuation of said? business without the
license Is a' violation of the ; license
law. For licenses or particulars apply

to the tax collector. ... v

Respectfully,
W. L. Colbert, Tax Collector.
; Joseph Bell, County Judge.

Miss Elizabeth Mizelle, teacher of

the sixth grade, will make her home

this term with Mrs.; S. R. Pyles.

See the handsome display of dia

monds and other new jewelry In our

window.' The Ocala Pawn & Loan Co.

Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk and ; children,

i Miss Virginia and Master LaGrange,

land Misses Annie. Atkinson. Janet

Weathers and '' Lois Dame returned

from Seabreeze this afternoon.

Mr. H. W. Tucker has purchased a

pretty little- Maxwell runabout from i

the local agent, Mr. Ed Tucker. Dr.

E. G.' Lihdner and Mr. R. IL Keating I

have, each ordered a 30-horsepower
Maxwell roadster, one of the prettiest
of the 1912 cars, and expect to have

E9TRAY HOTICK

Mr. m. K. Hunnicutt will leave In a

day or so for Atlanta to visit his wife,

who is in a sanitarium in that city.

OATS FOR SALE 2000 bushels of them here In two weeks

seed -oats. Apply to J..C. Howell, An
thony.' .

Ten-dollar suits fort

Globe Challenge Sale. f.

16.98 at the

BEST QUALITY OF FRESH HAY

For sale, any quantity or new mown t Rev. Botolaccio went down to Lake

hay; beggar weed mixed with crab Weir, today: to look after the Catholic

grass and Mexican clover. Apply. to j mission, there.

F-W. Ditto.

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1000 bushels : of Texas Red Rust

Mr flpnrp-p MacKn v la hasfnc a flna

cement sidewalk laid down in front of room In the clty

his residence block on South Fifth

street west. Mr. C. L. Moore is doing

the work.

When In Jacksonville stop with Mrs.

E. L. Maloney, at : the Girard, No. 11

East Duval, just off Main. Best 75c

- Strayed or stolen, one pointer dog
about IS 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 "Clark." Had
collar on when last" seen with city
license tag riveted on and "W.-F.-Mc"
on tag. Liberal reward paid for re

turn of dog to Ocala Wagon works.

Miss Emma King is the new night

FOR .. SALE One cow. Inquire of

E." W. Merrill, care Southern Express

Company; 10-l-t-," -Is

Biliousness' is due to a disordered j proof Oats.

i condition of the stomach. Chamber

lain's Tablets are essential to act on

that organ; to' cleanse it, strengthen it.

tone and invigorate it, to regulate, the
: liver, and banish biliousness positively
i and effectually. For sale by druggists.

Ocala Seed Store.

Messrs. John McCorkle and George
Davis have gone to White Springs for

a -few days recuperation.

The Baptist church was thronged

lasi night to hear the new preacher.

Rev. J. D. Chapman, who delivered a

fine sermon. -

Mrs.: J. T. Simmons left Saturday

wiir visit her sister for a while, when opemor u. "'''J"";
she will go on to other points in Al- Duncan having, resigned her Pion
abama, where she will stay the rest of and returned to, her home Ir Talla-

the winter. - --r hassee. ueiween cupiu au iu

SOI1S, Mr. J.. f,y i-nillips wn

Pictures framed at the Ocala News take a turn at the switcnooara mm

Company while you- wait, and you

don't have to wait a week or a month.

either.

self if some one does not come to,, his
assistance. ; ;

PRIME MEATS -CHOICE
POULTRY

ratronize 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 serv.
Try us today!
w. v. kdwaRF s
Pbone 108 New City Market
OCALA. FLORIDA

WANTED A perfectly : reliable, sin- j
gle young man wants a position in i

We have a great many fire arms of Ocala; anything just so it will pay his

i all kinds, descriptions and prices, both board; office work preferred. Good

new and second hand, that we have I references. Address "D." rare Star:

taken in as pledges. The prices are

very low. can ana iook mem over, i The Hebrews of the city are ob-

i Ocala Pawn & Loan Company. ; I serving their atonement today. Mr.

Louis Fox is here from Atlanta to

A good remedy for a bad cough is j iead: the services.

i BALLARD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP. It

heals the lungs and quiets irritation.

Price 25c, 50c and $1 per bottle. -Sold

by all druggists.

If what you eat won't make you
smile, try a box of Digestif and then
you can't help it. At the Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. v

ft

We have a : number of very choice

double barreled, hammerless shotguns, I Mr. E. C. Bower of Gainesville ar-

I and can save, you money on them. The J rived today, and will have charge of

i Ocala rawn & Loan Company. the soda fount in the Postofflce Drug

store.

You can get anything from a post

card to an 18x22 photograph at Mills'

: StUdiO.

The hunting season Is here

ber we have a full slock of high grade

shells at low prices. Ocala Pawn &
Loan Company.

FOR SALE Victor Talking Machine
with cabinet and supply of September
and October records. Outfit cost $50.

Remem-i Been used two months. $30 cash takes

it. Apply Star. 10-2-6t

Serve PLEZPL to your ramlly.
Serve PLEZOL to your friends.
When you are down town drink

PLEZOL.

Mrs. R. T. Bower came down from

I Gainesville Saturday night, to visit

her husband, the skilled prescription

i mixer at the Postofflce Drugstore.

.When you are happy drink PLEZOL.

When you are dry drink PLEZOL.

Shotguns of all grades and an J When you look for prosperity drink

makes at greatly Teduced prices at 1 PLEZOL.

the Ocala Pawn & Loan Company.

We can supply you with pure lee for

all purposes, whether ; your require

ments are for homeuse or for a car

load. Place your orders with us.
- OCALA ICfii & PACKING CO.,
ocala, vxpmp

Drink PLEZOL. the new drink.
It is healthful and Invigorating.

There were three minor cases in re

corder's court this morning. One dis

charged and the other two assessed

small -fines.

All who have pictures are taking

them to the Ocala News Co., to have

them framed.

Buttermilk, fresh every day at the

Postofflce Drugstore.-

some people want money on poor
wells. THE OCALA WELL DRILLING

CO. has never failed. If you want

well; write them. Address Box ,167

Ocala. 9-22-d6t-w2t

Mrs. Susan A. Ellis
93 Ocblaw&a Ave.,
0ccbvFla.
Instructor In Voice
and Piano
Specializing in Correct
Placing of the Voice and;
Proper Touch and Tec Tec-nic
nic Tec-nic of the Piano.

Mr. S. L Griggs, one .of Oxford's I

most influential citizens, was in town

today on business. Mr. Griggs reports

everything to be In a flourishing con

dition in his section.

STORE FOR RENTES
Half of front store dwrastaln at tfce
Wood mar block, aext Tkevv-Zaekcry

Fsnlhire fceaae, for rest. ? Apoly to
Mr. j AkU or Mr, Boett, wit Ocala

PlasiltloK Electric Cooayaay' c

WANTED Traveling salesman to

handle an up-to-date line of trunks

and bags as a side one,

right prices. The v Petersburg

gage Company, Petersburg. .Va.

Miss Susie;Morris entertained six of

Right goods, the girls who work in the telephone

eft? .. s

Tnss roTJNTAisr C7 Yoprp -.;

is the soda fountain in our Crc tlTy,

All the youth of both sexea tatrcLra IV IV-but
but IV-but that does not keep ,tho ld f
from enjoying If, too. Our uCa O
and refreshing and flavor4 trli sZl
tha popular syrups, xou wUl C-J
hilars ting, saiisfyinr. cactt Try tl
once then yon will recoouscaJ fl rct?r ;
self. Only Five Cents.

THE COUTST

' Pboc3

Bag-

Mr. and Mrs. H. 'W. Tucker are

home from Virginia where Mrs. Tuck

er spent the latter, part of the summer.

She has recovered her usual health and
is looking exceedingly welL

office Saturday evening for supper In

j honor of one of the -party who Is to

be married soon. After' supper the
evening was spent in lively chatter

and hemming np towels for- the brlde
to-be. :

DOG LICENSE DUE

On

ion Seed

We now have a plenty of

Onion Seed
White Bermuda,
Red Bermuda,
Crystal Was.

The hunting season Is here.- Remem-

Iber we have a full stock of high grade

shells at low nrices. Ocala .Pawn &

Loan Company.

FOR SALE CHEAP A good typo-

writer desk, almost new and very lit

tle used. Apply to this office.

Dog licenses are now' due,: and all
dogs found on the" street without tags
will be put in the pound, and. .if not
redeemed In proper- time, shot.' S
- Tl "L. Carter. MarshaL

fo)

STArODAQD

0D

Mr. Percy "Perkins, who is ". In the

hospital and was operated on for ap-

Messrs. Geo. C. Crawford and Wilbur pendicitls. Is gettihg along nicely

i Cleveland went up to Gainesville yes

terday on the early train, dined at the
White House and returned in the aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. v

TJP-Tu-IIATB MAPS

The Globe will be open next.: Mon- j

day in order to accommodate Its school

book patrons. -

Latest maps of Florida and all oth other
er other states at Ballard's.

Mr. and -Mrs. H. A., Fausett made a

brief trip to Eastlake, going down yes

terday afternoon v and returning this
morning. v

LOST A brindle bull dog with
cropped ears and "long .tall; weighs 45

pounds; white spot In loreheadL. ? nve
dollars reward for his return to J. C.

Knight. r v 10-5-6t

OCALA SEED STOHE

We have a great many, fire arms of

all kinds, descriptions and prices, both

Don't meet your friend Vith frown. new and -second. hand, that we have

Use Digestit, and meet hlro with a J taken in as pledges. The prices are

smile.' The Court Pharmacy. tvervlow. Call and look them over-

- j Ocala -Pawn &. Loan Company.

Trunks- of all -styles and different

grades, steamer and larY trunks..: at For indigestion -or sour stomach use

the Ocala' Pawn and Lo (Company. Digestit at the' Court Pharmacy. ;

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It is unqnesticrtty tl3

practical typewriter : nf 2, r
less of price.

Fiorina. v-'; V. -"

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0CALA :.feVfeXiXG STAR, MO.VDAV, OCTOBER idii.
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The Taming of
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By
FRANCIS LYNDE

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Madam, -See WfeiLIIfeC

Vc have in out large store, almost every
thing yot could wish for to famish your
home, office, farm, garden or work shop with.
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CHAPTER XXV.
..THE TKKROB.
-NGINEER JOHN JUDSON, dls

r appearing at the moment when
the superintendent had sent him

A back to trolly Schlelslnger Into
appointing him constable from the ken

of those who were most anxious to

hear from him, was late In reporting.

But when he finally climbed the stair

of the Crow's Nest to tap at Lidger

wood's door he brought the first au authentic
thentic authentic neW9 from the camp of the

enemy.

When McCloskey had come at a push

of the call button Lidgerwood snapped

the night latch on the corridor door.

"Let us have it. Judson," he said
when the trainmaster had dragged bis

chair into the circle of light described

by the green cone shade of the desk

lamp. "We have been wondering

what had become of you

Summarized, Judson's story was the
report of an intelligent scout. Since
he was classed with the discharged
men he had been able to find out some
of the enemy's moves in the game of

coercion. The strikers had transferred

their headquarters from the Celestia

to Cat Biggs' place, where the commit

tees, jealously safeguarded, were now

sitting "in permanence" in the back

room.
From the barroom talk Judson had
gathered that the strikers knew noth nothing
ing nothing as yet of McCloskey's plan to keep
the trains moving and the wires alive;
hence unless the free flowing whisky
should precipitate matters there would
probably be no open outbreak before
midnight. As an offset to this, how

ever, tne engineer naa overneara
enough to convince him that the Copah
wire had been tapped; that Dix, the
day operator, had been either bribed or
intimidated and was now under guard
at the strikers headquarters and that
some Important message had been in intercepted
tercepted intercepted which was, : in Judson's

phrase, "raising sand" Jn the camp of I

the disaffected. This recurrence of
the mysterious message, of which no
trace could be found in the headquar headquarters
ters headquarters record, opened a fresh field of
discussion, and it was McCloskey who
put his finger upon the only plausible
conclusion.
"It Is Hallock again," he rasped.
"He is the'only man who could have
used the private code. DLx probably
picked out the cipher. He's got a
weakness for. such things. Hallock's
carrying double, ne has fixed' op
some trouble making message or faked
one and signed your name to it and
then schemed to let it leak out
through Dlx."
"It's making the trouble, all right,"
was Judson's comment. "When I left
Biggs' a few minutes ago Tryon was
calling for volunteers to come down
here and steal an engine. From what
he said I took it they were almln to
go over into the desert to tear up the
track and stop somebody or some something
thing something coming this way from Copah.
all on account of that make believe
message that you didn't send.

Thus far Judson's report had dealt
with facts. But there were other
things deducible. He insisted that the
strength of the Insurrection did not
lie In the dissatisfied employees of the
Red Butte Western or even in the ex ex-employees;
employees; ex-employees; it was rather In the law lawless
less lawless element of the town, which lived
and fattened upon the earnings of the
railroad men. Moreover, It was cer certain
tain certain that some one high in authority
in the railroad service was furnishing
the. brains. There was a chief to
whom all the malcontents deferred
and who figured In the. barroom talk
as the "boss" or the "big boss."
"And that same big boss' Is sitting
up yonder In Cat Biggs' back room
right now givin' his orders and tellin
'em what to do," was Judson's crown crowning
ing crowning guess, and. since Hallock had not
been Tisible since the early afternoon,
for the three men sitting under the
superintendent's desk lamp Judson's
Inference stood as a fact assured. It
was Hallock who had fomented the
trouble; It was Hallock who was now
directing it
The trainmaster returned to" his post
in the wire office, and Judson was sent
back to Biggs to renew his search for
the hidden ringleader. Judson's re report
port report was grave enough, but it brought
a good hope that the crucial moment
might be postponed until many of the
men would be too far gone in liquor to
take any active part. Lidgerwood took
the precautions made advisable by
Tryon's threat to steal an engine, send sending
ing sending word to Benson to double his
guards on the locomotives in the yard
and to Dawson to block the turntable
so that none might be taken from the
roundhouse.
Afterward he went out to look orer
the field in person. Everything was
quiet, almost suspiciously so. Gridley
was found alone in his office at the
shops smoking a cigar, with his chair
tilted to a comfortable angle and his
feet on the desk. His guards, he said,
were posted in and around the shops,
and he hoped they were not asleep.
Thus far there had been little enough
to keep them awake.
Lidgerwood, passing out through the
door opening upon the electric lighted
yard, surprised a man in the act of
turning the knob to enter. It was the
merest incident, and he would not
have remarked it if the door, closing
behind Gridley's visitor, had not bi bisected
sected bisected a violent outburst of profani profanity,
ty, profanity, vocalizing itself in the harsh tones
of the master mechanic, as thus:
"You chuckle headed fool! Haven't
you any better sense than to come"
With tbjs Impact of a blow Lidgerwood
recogntfM the "chuckle headed fool"
of Gridwi's malediction was Richard

Getting milk from the milkman is simply a habit,
and millions of homes have outgrown u. There
are hundreds of homes right around you who use
nothing but Van Camp's.
Let us show what they gain, and how much yon
lose. This is a very important question.
Loss No. 1 Purity
Your milkman's milk isn't sterile. There are
millions of germs in each drop. Sickness among
children, in very large part, is caused by these
germs in milk.
You know that And you know the tendency -toward
pasteurized milk. That's the only real
protection.
Van Camp's Milir is p. aceurized. It is utterly
sterile. There is not a r'nele germ in a gudoo.
Loss No. 2--Quality
Milkman's milk comes from all sorts of dairies,
all sorts of cows. Van Camp's comes from 'model
dairies and from Holstein cows.
We have dairies in seven states each in the
heart of a great dairying section. The cows are
inspected all milk is tested. Sanit ation is a
science in our plants. There is no fine r milk in all
the world than you get in each can of Van Camp's.

Loss No. 3 Richnrss
Milkman's milk separates quickly. The butter
fat rises and the solids iaU. Uilk dipped from a
can is never whole-milk. 'When that milk gets to
the cooking it is rarely more than a balf-aulk.
Van Camp's is the whole-milk. The milk fresh
from the cow is put into a copper vacuum. There,
in moderate heat, we evaporate two-thirds of the
. : water. .; '?y W'jy Vv -:
, The milk as it comes to you is as thick as thick
cream. H is 28 per cent solids, 8 per cent butter
fat. It is so rich that folks always dilute it, evea
for coffee and cereals. 2
In cooking, this milk gives to milk dishes an
amazing richness and flavor. Not because of any
addition, for we add nothing at all. This is simply
the whole, rich milk. But whole, rich milk will -surprise
you you who are used to milk wagon
milk. A single milk dish made with Van Camp's
will forever convert you to the use of this milk.
Until then, your neighbors are serving milk dishes
twice as good as yours all because of whole-milk.'
Less No. 4 Convenience
You buy froru the milkman from day to day.
You always must guess at your needs. When
you get too much it is wasted. When you get too
little you must go without. Think of the dishes

you want, and canv:

is exhausted. ..r ;
. You can buy Van Ccjjs a c. Vo cr;. "J d
time. It is like a cow in XLj rzz.'J&. Ilrrj

mil and cream, all you wirs, vhrx trcrt C

No waste whatever, far the ejenefl cca 1tj o -nl
you use it up. z
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Lees Ko. 5 ZZz-zy, :f
- The strangest fact is that this pec ,f?r ct
from high-bred cows, frccx medd drini-cTCL
nch and puVe costs less than mTmxs's mUTz.
We save; yon the cost of fk dxTr ic!Ivcr7.
That costs more than the mSk. iJy evcToratirj
the water we save transportation. Aci trs cao
you all the waste. In the average fcccae the vzy
of Van Camp's cuts m&k bUls rijht in two.'. .
- Because of these facts, we are now cuTizj
tfiSSi cows daily to supply lis arcC3 pcc
who are using Van Camp's.

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The 16-os. can -a full
pint of Van Camp's costs
10 cents. The 6-os. can
costs 5 cents. That's with
two-thirds the water
evaporated. Your grocer
gets t it direct from our
nearest dairy. x-

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LidpfrwofMi said nothing of this inci incident
dent incident to Dawson, wbom he found pa patrolling
trolling patrolling the roundhouse. Here, as at
the shops and in. the yard, everything
was quiet and orderly. The crews for
the three sections of the midnight
freight were all out. guarding their
trains and engines, and Dawson had
only Bradford and the roundhouse
night men for company.
"Not hi ng stirring, Fred T inquired
the superintendent
"Less than nothing. It's almost too
quiet," was the rober reply, and then:
"1 see you haven't sent the Nadla but.
Wouldn't it be a good scheme to' get a
couple of, buckboards and have the
women and Judge Holcombe driven to
our place on the mesa? The trouble,
when it comes, will come this way."
Lidgerwood shook his head.
"My stake in the Nadia Is precisely
the same size as yours, Fred, and I
don't want to risk the buckboard busi business.
ness. business. We'll do a better thing than
that if we have to let the presidents
party make a run for it. Get your
smartest passenger flier out on the ta table,
ble, table, head it east, and when 1 send for
It rush it over to couple on the Nadia,
with Williams for engineer. Has Ben Benson
son Benson had any trouble in the yard?'
"There has been nobody to make
any. Tryon came down a few minutes
ago considerably more than half seas
over and said be was ready to take
bis engine and the first section of the
east bound midnight, ; which would
have been bis reeular run. But he

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went Dark uptown peaceably when
Benson told him he was down 'and
out."
Lidgerwood did not extend his round
to include Benson's post at the yard
office, which was ; below, the coal
chutes. Instead, he went over to the
Nadia. thinking pointedly of the two
added mysteries the fact that Gridley
bad told a deliberate tie to account for
his appearance in Angels and the oth oth-?r
?r oth-?r and more recent fact that the. mas mas-er
er mas-er mechanic was conferring with Ruf Ruf-ford's
ford's Ruf-ford's brother, who was not and never
had been in his department
D nder the 'umbrella roof of the
Nadia's rear platform the young peo people
ple people of the party were sitting out the
early half of the perfect summer night.
Lidgerwood swung himself over the
railing and took a chair.
"Has your strike materialized jetT
asked Miss Brewster.
"No; It isn't due until midnight"
"I don't believe these is going to be
any."
"Don't you ? I wish I might share
your Incredulity with reason."
"Confess that you were a little bit
overwrought this afternoon when you
wanted to send as a way. Weren't
you?"
only nope that the oatcome will
prove that I was," he rejoined patient
ly.
"You still believe there will be trou trou-bler
bler trou-bler "Yes."
"Then I'm afraid you are still over overwrought"
wrought" overwrought" she countered lightly. "Why,
the very atmosphere of this beautiful
night breathes peace."
Before he could reply a man came
up to the platform railing, touched his
cap and said. "Is Mr. Lidgerwood
here 7"
Lidgerwood answered In person,
crossing to the railing to hear Judson's
latest report, which was given Tn
hoarse whispers. Miss Brewster could
distinguish no word of It but she heard
Lidger wood's reply. "Tell Benson and
Dawson and say that the engine I
ordered had better be sent up at once."
When Lidgerwood had resumed his
chair he was promptly put upon the
question rack of Miss Eleanor's cu curiosity.
riosity. curiosity. '
"Was that one of your scouts 7" she
asked.
"Yes."
"Did he come to tell yon that there
wasn't going to be any striker"
i0. -.-
"How lucidly communicative you
are! Can't you see that I am fairly
stifling with curiosity?"
"I'm sorry, but you shall not have
the chance to say that I was over overwrought
wrought overwrought twice In the same half day."
"Howard, don't be little and spite spiteful.
ful. spiteful. I'll eat humble pie and call my myself
self myself hard names if you insist, only
gracious goodness. Is that engine go going
ing going to smash Into our car?"
(Continued Tomorrow)

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