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 )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates:
29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
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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University of Florida
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VOL. 18.
OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1911.
NO. 109;
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Certainly Paid
That!"
"Beg your pardon
you didn't!"
"But I am sure I
did!"
Don't Rely on Memory!
You can PROVE thai yon pay
your bills if yon pay by check.
Put your money in The
Munroe fe Chamblis Bank;
pay by check and avoid ugly
disputes.
THE
MUNROE & OHAMBLISS
BANK
OCALA, - FLORIDA
FULLER & AYER
DENTAL SURGEONS
Office over Munroe & Chambliss B'k.
OCAliA FLORIDA
TERMS. CASH.
J.E.CHAGE
DENT A L S URG EON
Rooms 9, 10 ami 11, Second Floor
Holder Block, v
OCALA
FLORIDA
TERMS, CASH
L. F. BLALOGK
DENTAL SURGEON
Office Over Commercial Bank
OCALA - '- FLORIDA
Office Hours, 8 to 12 a. m. 1 to 5
p. in. Phone 211.
TERMS, CASH.
F. E. McCLANE
Physician and Surgeon
tieneral Practice Calls Made Prompt Promptly,
ly, Promptly, Might or Day. r
Special Attention to Obstetrics, Dis Diseases
eases Diseases of Women and Children.
Office Rooms 1. 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6, Holder
Building. Second Floor. Phones.
Office No. 333; Residence No. 333
G. J. PHILLIPS
Contractor and Builder
Plans ana specifications Furnished
Upon Request.
129 South Third Street
OCALA
FLOlIDA
DR. J. T. SHAW. VETERINARIAN
Graduate of the United States Col College,
lege, College, of Veterinary Surgeons,
WASHINGTON, D. (J.
Located at the Jones Hospital 01 South
First Street. Wet
OCALA, FLORID!..
All Calls Promptly Answered.
M'lVER & MAC KAY
Funeral Directors
Undertakers and Embalmers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
ALFRED E. OWES, Fnneral Director.
All Work Done by -Licensed Em Embalmers.
balmers. Embalmers. and Fully Guaranteed.
EDVARDDRAKE
CIVIL ENGINEER,
DRAUGHTSMAN
AND CONTRACTOR
Accurate Building Plans, Blue Prints
and Specifications made. Lands Sur Surveyed
veyed Surveyed and Platted. Close Estimates
made on Erection of Buildings of any
character by contract ; or on commis commission
sion commission basis, write or consult me at
Room 27, Holder Block
OCALA - FLORIDA
W. C. BLATJOHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
PLANS FURNISHED
ON APPLICATION
P. O. BOX 46
OCALA. FLA.
MONTEZUMA BARBER SHOP
W. F. BLESCH, Proprietor.
Business Men's Favorite Place Reop

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ened by r Veteran.
CALL AND SE? hVU

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Doeita't Think the Divine Should De De-acend
acend De-acend from III Pulpit to Mix
Political Dope
To the Editor Ocala Banner:
Our ministerial sport is accustom accustomed
ed accustomed to having all the talk first, middle
and last, when he stands in the pul pulpit,
pit, pulpit, and he seems to presume on this
recognition being given him when ap appearing
pearing appearing in the papers. Now, the Rev.
Mr. Coleman knew when he wrote his
first article that Messrs. Rogers, Bul Bullock
lock Bullock and myself were responsible for
the new game law as it was strictly
a Marion county bill and he proceed proceeded
ed proceeded to jump upon all three of us, and
I say he did know just what he was
doing. He says he has been accused
of kicking up this disturbance for po political
litical political purposes.
-He might have been further accus accused
ed accused of raising this issue on account of
financial spleen.
He further knew just as well when
he began his first article and wrote
or had indited his other articles that
it .woudl cause disturbances in our
community, as he does now.
Isn't this a shame upon a man who
is supposed to be carrying the ban banner
ner banner of peace to every human soul,
but instead carries a- fire brand to
scatter discord and strife among our
people? He says he has been in our
state six years. This may be so. I
think he has been in Marion county
about three years; yet he undertakes
to dictate our laws for us; knows
more about what Marion county
needs In the way of game laws than
our oldest inhabitants. He may have
known how to handle all game, from
the buffalo and coyote to the skunk in
his northwestern home, but this is no
reason why he should presume to
know what the Marion county people
should have in this game matter.
.Had he confined himself to the
laws in the Good Book, which he was I
supposed to have come among, us to
expound, then his sphere and position 1
never would have been questioned.)
He now puts himself up to champion j
a sport that is not humane, xwhen re-
. .1
I
think he can find a justification of
his actions in, the life of the Lowly
Nazarine, who shoved the carpenter's
,,,,,, ..
plane, plucked the roasting ears or
caught the fish only for the physical
necessities,, and not for sport.
Rev. Mr. Coleman says if the peo-
pie themselves are -lert to conserve
the agme by protecting it on their
own lands, using it only as their
needs required, that possibly one man

in twenty might do so; but the rest aiready enjoying life on the lake,
would not. spending much of his leisure time with
Now, I have a very much higher Sam Fosnot of the Lake Weir Trans Trans-opinion
opinion Trans-opinion of our people's intelligence v?""?11: and assistin on
, the Red Wing and barge,
and honesty than this brother has. It Lucy Walker -Aunt Lucy," as she is
may. be that after he has gotten it familiarly called, one of Eastlake's
out of his head that he is a Solomon most estimable colored women, has
, -t u been and is yet quite sick, but under
and a Moses combined, he may una TT
' Dr. Henry s efficient care will soon be
that the Marion county, people don t able to be out again.
need his services along this line of Mr. Earl Lytle, son of Mr. Frank
enlightenment as much as he now Lytle of Stanton, is reported sick.. His
t it.A many Eastlake friends wish for him a
thinks. I have lived among and with .. ... ,
speedy restoration to his usual good

tne Marion county people tor neany
thirty-seven years, and have alwaysl
found that their honor, honesty and
.tti,vnM tr ko
lzeusuip oi any siaie in me uuiuu.
.Mr. Coleman asks why this same

game law was not given to Sumter in North Brookfield, Mass., are expect expect-rn
rn expect-rn n! m-MV th.t s,,. ed at Eastlake soon. They have been

v-v.uj "J """"
ters representative in the lower
house, (Mr. Terrell), who lives in
that countv. and is more intimately
. ... , ,1
.WUMH.
than I am, did not ask for any change
in his county local game laws. Had
he lone so I would havp helned to
. .. .,
have given him what he thought his
people wanted.
Mr. Coleman asks: "Does the fact
that the senator owns a tract of land
rrr,r t oi-a rtt n.nT.f tnv v1Q
...... . .
'"uuunuuu ul luuu,us
east of the Oklawaha river? I an-
swer that it does not. No part of the
new game law affects me in a direct
,
rsouui uiuuiicr. a lu uwusu.p

of lands near Lake Bryant I claim! he writes, "for it made a new man of
that privilege, upon which land sev-jme, so that I can now do good work

eral white men are constantly em-
ployed. If there has been a turkey
or a aeer upon inis property ior me
past twenty years I do not know it;
nor have I killed either a quail or a
squirrel upon this property for this
same length of time. The property
has a high fence surrounding most
of it, and no large wild game is sup
posed to get into the enclosure.
In reply to the dig that the revered
srentleman thinks he has eiven me
when he snvs- "T rertainlv do nitv a
' A. .. ..
man who has to hear the responsibil-
lties of such a law, and at the samel
time wants to run for office," I am
n1fnsd to sav In renlv to this die
thnt thf TPVrenil snort intended to
I
give me. that I have stated heretofore!
that I am not ashamed of the part I
took in the nassace of this new eame
law, and should I ever desire to run
.
for another office In Marion county.
I will not be ashamed nor afraid to
discuss this subject before the peo
ple.
I have nothing to hide from the
people or Marion county, as to my
conduct in this or any other matter
of public interest.
Respectfully,
E. L. CARNEY.

A DIGXIFIED ANSWER

Coleman Refers fo HI Previous
Articles as a Sufficient Reply
to Senator Carney
Ocala, Fla., Oct. 5, 1911.
Editor Star: All that I have to say say-regarding
regarding say-regarding the last explosion of our
dignified senator, which appeared on
the front page of this morning's Ban Ban-ner,
ner, Ban-ner, i3 that I, hope" the public will
carefully study the article. And will
again re-read the articles which I
wrote, supposing that questions of pub public
lic public interest might be openly discussed.
Let the public judge whether these ar articles
ticles articles should have created a brain brainstorm.
storm. brainstorm. Respectfully,
W. H. Coleman.
DKAFXESS CAXXOT BE CURED
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There Is only one way to cure deaf deafness,
ness, deafness, and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
inflamed condition of the mucous lin lining
ing lining of the Eustachian tube. When
this tube Is inflamed you have a
rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing,
and when it is entirely closed, deaf deafness
ness deafness is the result, and unless the in inflammation
flammation inflammation can be taken out and this
tube restored to its normal condition,
hearing will be destroyed forever;
nine cases out of ten are caused by
catarrh, which is nothing but an in inflamed
flamed inflamed condition of the mucous sur surfaces.
faces. surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for cir circulars
culars circulars free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, 75c. Take Hall's
Family Pills for constipation.
EASTLAKE
Eastlake. Oct. 4. Work on the Lake
Weir club house dock was commenced
last Thursday. Mclver & MacKay of
Ocala, architects and contractors, have
charge of the work. The dock work
is under the direction of. Mr. Dwyer
who with his force of workmen have
several braces of piling driven. Work
will be pushed as rapidly as possible.
At a meeting of the executive com committee
mittee committee this week, it was decided to go
right on with the erection of the club
house and material has been ordered
for same. It is expected that the dock
I and club house will be completed by
jan. 1, 1912,-and the formal opening
will be celebrated by the Lake Weir
Yacht Club on the arrival from Chi-
Mrs. J. B. Carlisle and family, who
occupied Argyle cottage, Woodmar, the
Past two months, returned to their
vcaia nume lasi r nuay, preparatory to
entering the young: members of the
family In the Ocala school.
Mr. Geo. E. Snow, Eastlake's pro-
passive fruit grower and shipper.
aiier.a mucu neeueu resi anu recrea-
Uon of several months Jn the nortnern
and eastern states, returned to "East "East-lake
lake "East-lake last week.
Prof. Floyd of the experimental Sta-
days at Eaatlake in Mrs. Von Feiiit-
zsch's cottage next to the Oaks,
Mr. King of North Carolina was a
r,ecent arrival at Eastlake coming
degree of health.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Carpenter with
several friends expect to arrive at
Eastlake from Falmouth Heights,
i Mr and Mrs. Nelson DeLane who
have spent the summer at their home
I rBo-lar ivintor rnte at PaotlVo
f0r over twenty years and have many
j friends here who will again welcome
I their return
All the Eastlake and Woodmar resi-
dents have planned to return much
I earlier this fall than has been their
I custom.
Mr- Whitman' o Marblehead. Mass.,
land sister will occupy Mr. Whitman's
pleasant nomet ..ralm cottage." on
Broadway during the winter months
,UUA,UIU J ""
I and yet sleepless, Siram Scanton, of
j Clay City, 111., coughed and coughed
He was in the mountains on the advice
0f aVe doctors, who said he had con
J sumption, but found no help in the
climate, and started home. Hearing of
j Dr. King's New Discovery, he began
tQ uge ..j belJeve t saved f
again.' For all lung diseases, coughs
coias, iagnppe, astnma, croup, wnoop-
ing eough, hay fever, hemorrhages,
hoarseness or quinsy, its the best
j known remedy. Price 50e and $1. Trial
bottle free.
Guaranteed by Tydings
! & Company.
LAND FOR SALE
For sale, forty acres of fine land
located at Port McCoy and one mile
west of Ocala Northern Railroad. Will
j sell in ten acre lots if so desired.
I Twenty acres cs-press timber and
twenty acres pine and hammock. Per
I fectly safe investment; will double in
value short tjme Perfect
deed. Apply to w. II. McCoon, .P. O
Box 16, Ocala, Fla.
IF YOU KXEW
The merits of Hall's Texas "Wonder yoa
V(,r BllfrAT from ktdniv. blaa.
jer or rheumatic troubles. A dollar
I bottle Is sixty days treatment. Seldom
one bottle ff-ils "re:
I timonials. Dr. E. W. T
Send for tes-
Hall. .2926 Olive
SL, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by all druggists.
All kinds of suit cases, hand bags.
etc., any priced you want, at the Ocala
Tawn and Loan Company.
After exposure, and when yon feel
j a cold coming on, take Foley's Honey
and Tar Compound. It checks and re
lieves. Use no .substitute. The gen genuine
uine genuine in a yellow package always. Sold
i by the Court Pharmacy.

1181 1

Italians Trying to Shell Tripolltan
Forts Withoat Ilortlne
Anybody
Home, Oct. 5. Bombardment was
commenced at 3:30 o'clock yesterday
afternoon upon the principal batteries
of Tripoli and was continued until sun sunset.
set. sunset. The batteries responded to the
Italian fire, but without effect. The
bombardment will be continued until
the destruction of the batteries has
been completed.
Great care was taken during the
bombardment not to damage the city.
Only a lighthouse upon one of the bat batteries
teries batteries was destroyed.
Rear Admiral Aubrey, in command of
the Italian fleet at Tripoli, reports that
in bombording that city, he spared all
the consulates, hospitals, monasteries,
churches and convents, aiming only at
the fortifications. Discrimination was
made with relative ease, as the range
of the Turkish cannon was so short
that the Italian ships were enabled to
approach the city closely and take ac accurate
curate accurate aim.
The bombardment was protracted
because of the extreme care to avoid
useless bloodshed and to respect the
homes of noncombatants and the
mosques.
Ships Xot Touched:
None of the Turks' shots reached the
ships. Admiral Aubrey ordered that
the ships abstain from using: guns of
the largest calibre, as they were .un .unnecessary.
necessary. .unnecessary. From the battleships the
officers could plainly see the effects of
their shells and realized that in a few
hours all the forts might be disman dismantled
tled dismantled and their batteries silenced. This,
however, would be at the cost of the
lives of all the defenders, a result
which the fleet was trying to avoid.
Scarcely any of the population re remains
mains remains in Tripoli, the city having been
abandoned immediately 'when the bom bombardment
bardment bombardment began yesterday afternoon.
HOTEL FOR SALE
The Colonial Hotel, located on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street paved with, vitrified brick,
centrally located betwen the Seaboard
Air Line and Atlantic Coast Line
stations and within one block of
the government building and postof postof-fice.
fice. postof-fice. This hotel has recently been
thoroughly remodeled and modernized
Jin every particular. Has over 53500
worth of new furniture, new gas and
wood range, etc. Best of plumbing
and electric system. House will -not
need a dollar in repairs or furniture
for years. One of the handsomest cor corner
ner corner lots in Ocala, surrounded by mas massive
sive massive cement block fence. Lot is 105 by
105 fee't. The Colonial has 25 rooms
and Is now enjoying a splendid busi business,
ness, business, every room being kcu pled every
night. This is one of the best small
$2 a day hotels in the state and will
prove a fine investment and soon dou-
ble the money at the price, $16,000,
?6,000 down and balance $5,000 In one
and $5,000 in two years at 8 per cent,
interest If you mean business, come
to see me or write for particulars and
photographs. It will not be long on
the market. I have the sole agency
for the sale of the Colonial.
H. A. KRAMER
Montezuma II lock, Ocala, Fla.
((EATINGS CAFE
Charles Rodoff, Proprietor.
Rent Quick Lnnrh Keating; House
la the City
Apalarhlcola and Cedar Key
OjMter In All Styles
i:i Everything that is good
to eat, properly served
Right Now, when you
want it. All Delicacies
H of the Season.
iniHni
THE "FOCXTAIS OP YOUTH"
Jls the soja fountain in our drug store.
All the youth of both sexes patronize It,
but that does not keep the old folks
from enjoying it, too. Our soda is pure
and refreshing, and flavored with all
th3 popular syrups, lou wm And it er-
hilarating, satistying. cooling. Try it
once then you win recommena it your-
self. Only Five Cents.
THR COURT PHARMACY
Phone 284
OnionSeed
We now have a plenty of
Onion Seed
White Bermuda,
Red Bermuda,
Crystal Wax.
OCALA SEED STORE

SC3HMERFTELD

Summerfield, Oct. 5. Mrs. B. B. Mc Mc-White
White Mc-White and family returned last Mon Monday
day Monday from Georgia, where they went to
spend their vacation. On account of
the railroad strike on one of the roads
in Georgia, Mrs. Me White had to take
a most tedious ride in a hack to an another
other another road many miles away.
Rev. Mr. EnUminger of the Baptist
church will hold services ... this Satur Saturday
day Saturday evening and also : Sunday morn morning
ing morning at 11 o'clock; In the afternoon at 3
o'clock. A number of the congrega congregation
tion congregation will be baptized at Summer's
pond.
Mrs. C. A. Davis. Mrs D. B. Mayo's
sister, who" has been visiting here for
sometime, left for Ocala last Monday
to visit friends. i 1;
Every day sees the arrival "of new
settlers who have purchased land from
the Florida National Land Company.
They all express themselves as well
satisfied and will begin Improvements
at once so as to be ready for the spring
planting.
J. F. Sigmon. of South Lake Weir
was a visitor here last Tuesday.
Formntloa of a New Catholic Church
Last Sunday, the Feast of the Holy
Rosary of the Blessed Virgin, the Rev.
Father George Harding, authorized by
the Rt. Rev. Bishop Wnu J. Kenny, D.
D., Roman Catholic Bishop of the dio diocese
cese diocese of St. Augustine, presided at a
largely attended .and enthusiastic
meeting of the Roman Catholics of this
and the surrounding districts.
When Father Harding opened the
meeting he requested all to kneel and
recited with much feeling the prayer,
"Veni Creator Spiritus, the prayer to
the Holy Ghost, the Lord's' prayer, and
the angelical salutation. He then re recalled
called recalled to those present that it was
the custom of the Catholic church
throughout the world to recite every
day during the month of October and
until All Souls Day, the 2nd of No November,
vember, November, the Holy Rosary and strongly
recommended the practice ... to those
present.; . .. :: : :.
Committees were then formed asi
follows: First, the land committee ta
secure a perfect; title to the land on
which the church Is. to be erected; sec second,
ond, second, the building committee, to pre prepare
pare prepare plans and estimates of material
required. When the title deed and the
plans are approved by the bishop, work
will begin at once.
A subscription list was then read
amounting to over one hundred dol dollars.
lars. dollars. v
Father Harding then announced that
henceforth there would be mass every
Sunday in Summerfield at 9 :30 a. m.,
and that as the first meeting was held
on Rosary, Sunday, the church would
be dedicated to Our Lady of the Holy
Rosary. .:.
We appeal to our kind friends
throughout the state to aid us in this
Important work undertaken for the
glory of God, and the salvation of
souls.
SAVED HIS MOTHER'S LIFE
I "Four doctors had given me up.
writes Mrs. Laura Gaines, of Avoca,
La., "and my children artd my friends
were looking for me to die. when my
I son Insisted- that I use Electric Bit-
j ters. I did so, and they have done me
I a world of good. I will always praise
I them." Electric Ditters is a priceless
J blessing to women troubled with faint
I ing and dizzy spells, backache, head
ache, weakness, debility, constipation
or kidney disorders. Use them and
gain new health, strength and vigor.
They're guaranteed to satisfy or mon money
ey money refunded. Only r 50c at Tydings &
Company.
SOUTH LAKE WEIK
South Lake Weir, Oct. 5. Mr. C. S.
Gates went to Ocala Friday of last
week and spent a few days with his
son and .daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C. K.
Brown on Smith Fourth street. Mr.
Gates returned on Sunday.
Mr. A. H. Foss and wife and Mrs.
Long from Massachusetts arrived Mon Monday
day Monday night. Mr. Foss "will begin to
ship his large orange crop some time
soon. : 'r-
M. G. Bowman and aunt from New
York state, came in Tuesday. We un understand
derstand understand Mr. Bowman expects to settle
here. v 'v;, .',,V.;
The hard road between Weirsdale arid
South Lake; Weir is nearly half done
and when completed will be a great
convenience for our people.
Mr. Henderson from the experimental
station at Gainesville, has been here
looking over the groves and reports
them in as finela condition as any he
has seen in the state, t
Quite a number from here attended
the ice cream social at ; Weirsdale last
Friday night and all enjoyed a very
pleasant evening. :
Mr. Bullard, the traveling soliciting
agent of the S. A. L. Railway, was
here last Wednesday looking over the
fruit prospect. V
Mr. McDonald of Plymouth and Mr.
Martin of Orlando were up here last
week, making the trip in their auto.
Miss Julia Sigmon is visiting her sis sisters
ters sisters in Tampa..
Mr. Paul Smith met with .-a very
painful accident while working with
some hay last week. In some way he
stuck the pitchfork in his arm, mak making
ing making quite a painful wound.
A merry crowd of new settlers
s-athered at the Allen cottage" last
j Thursday in honor of Mr. Swanson's
Dithdajv The day was spent in fishing,
J bathing, boating and in other ways.
I Those nresent were: Mr. and Mrs
George Bisset and daughter, Crissie,
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Milkey an daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Alice, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hansgen,
Mr. and Mrs. Bestine Maddox, Mr. and
Mrs. William Schmidt, Mr. John Zim Zimmerman.
merman. Zimmerman. Miss Freida Zimmerman, Mr.
Walter Conley, Mr. Oberg. Mr. Andy
Swanson. Mr. Paul Schmidt and Mr.
Walter Schmidt.
KICKED BY A MAD HORSE
Samuel Birsch, of Beetown. Wis., had
a most narrow escape from losing his
leg, as no doctor eonld heal the fright
ful sore that developed, but at last
Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured it com completely.
pletely. completely. Its the greateit healer of ul ulcers,
cers, ulcers, burns, boils, eczema, scalds, cuts,
corns, cold-sores, bruises and piles on
earth. Try it 25c at Tydings & Co.
DOG LICENSE DUE
Dog licenses are now due, and all
I dogs found on the street without tags
will be put in the pound, and, if not
iredeemed in proper time, shot.
It J Carter, Marshal.

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Chocolates, Chocolate Crcanio, CfcocclcCc
Almons and Chocolate Chcrrleo.
Also a large assortment ol Chcivicn Gm

GROCERY

J. C. GEIGER, Manager.

THEMDWSiDHl I

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OCALA EVENING STAB, TfltTDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1911.

OGALA EVENING STAR

Bittinger & Carroll, Proprietors.
R, R. Carrroll, Business Manager.
' J. n. Benjamin, Editor.

the: game: law discussion

We think quite enough has been
said about -the Marion county game
law and with the consent of all par parties
ties parties at Issue we would like very much
to draw It to a close. Its further con consideration
sideration consideration seems to be merely thresh threshing
ing threshing over old straw. Banner.
' As long: as the gentlemen Involved

insist on prolonging the discussion,
the Star doesn't see any fair way to

stop them, for when ever one of them

writes an article he Invariably says
something that gives another a ; right

to reply. The Star, however, begs to
Inform the disputants that they have

said everything they can say. that is of

public Interest; and that their personal
reflections on each other are very
likely to lead to something that all

will regret.

HOSPITAL. NOTES

WILCOI.ROXBY

Of 1SI III
TO flillllllllS

The wedding at high noon today of

Miss Mary Pearce Wilcox and Mr.

William Ashton Roxby of Daytona was

characterized by elegant simplicity in
every detail. The ceremony was per

formed at the ..Episcopal church by
Rector Campbell Gray, who used the
impressive ring service of his church.

The chancel and altar were decorated!

with a tracery of delicate asparagus Tne Ocala Fertilizer Company has
fern and lighted wax tapers glowed bought the seed department of Baxter

softly from the sacred shrine. Preeed- I -arn ana wm continue tne business in

ing the coming of the .bridal, party the same place under the name of
Miss Ella Willyume of Daytona'played "Ocala Seed Store."
most beautifully the Swan Song from w have in a fresh supply of seeds,

Lohengrin, and Mrs. II. M. Hampton, and will try to keep everything in the
one of Ocala's sweetest vocalists, sang seed line. We will appreciate the con-

"O! Perfect Love." tinuance of the custom already estab-

To the glad strains of the wedding listed in this department, and solicit
march the wedding party entered. Miss any new business, guaranteeing

Christine Richards of Gainesville and 1 prompt 'and courteous service to all.

Miss Alta Pearson of Ocala, were the WE ARE GOING TO SELL SEEDS
bridesmaids and wondrous fair -they AND FERTILIZERS AND SELL THEM
were in dainty white lingerie gowns RIGHT. We are prepared to buy all
and white picture hats. They carried the VELVET BEANS and PEANUTS
grateful bouquets of asparagus fern we can secure and a limited amount

tied with white tulle. The matron of of HAY, CORN, POTATOES, SYRTTP,

honor, Mrs. James Westley McCollum etc. We expect to build up a trade in

of Gainesville, a beautiful brunette, all these farm products, and if the
was elegantly gowned in a clinging, FARMER will help us, we will give
artistic chepe de chene dress with a him a good market for every stable so
large white beaver hat, trimmed only that every farmer will know where to
in an -elegant willow plume. She car- sell and where to buy. Come to see

ried a" white prayer book. The petite itts and make our place headquarters.

bride entered on the arm of her father,
Mr. Jerome B. Wilcox. She wore a be

coming one-piece gown of blue velvet,

J with collar and rever3 of hand-made

BEIXE VIEW

SCHEDULE OP AMUSEMENTS
AT THE TRifPLE THIS SEASON

ueiieview, jcu jatss jsiia Lories i

Manager Bennett has given the Star I returned on Monday from Tampa.

the following list of the attractions I where she ha3 spent the summer. At

OOC30COOOCCP '-

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Mr. Percy Perkins, who was operat

ed on for appendicitis at the hospital

recently. Is getting along nicely and

wJU- soon be able to return home.

mts. a. i nupmus is mutii liuiumtu I lace. Her hat was one of the new

alter ner operation. I Dicturesaue models of blue velvet.

Jennie Edwards, wno was prougni trmrned hIarn jn the back aild broad

across the front was a band of heavy
cream lace. She also carried a white

and gold prayer- book, the gift of the
groom. The handsome groom and best

man wore the regulation morning wed

ding suits with gray gloves and ties.

From the church the bridal party,

W. D. CARN, Manager.

STATE SUPERINTENDENT

to the hospital from Berlin, is quite

sick. She Is the little daughter of Mr.
J. E. Edwards. V
The hospital Is full of patients now.
All are doing nicely.

Of

Anti-Saloon League Ker. W.
Cfaaite Succeeds Mr. Col linn

n.

The headquarters committee of the

Florida Anti-Saloon League has sleet

ed Rev. W. H. Chase as state suprin

tendent to take the place of Rev. C. L.

Mr. Sam Christian has received an From the church the bridal Dartv. mourns, iormer supenntenaent. ir.

Invitation to be present at the mar-1 the members of the two families and Chase has been in league work for

riaee of Miss Marye Louise Grlner of visiting friends drove to the residence more than ten years, having worked

Mr. James M. Clvatt. at the home of of Dr. and Mrs. E Van Hood, where a .New lorK, rennsyivama ana tne

the bride's mother. Mrs. Mattie Roberts delicious two-course wedding break- District of Columbia. tor several

Griffin, in Atlanta, Oct. 19. Mrs. Griffin fast was served. The color scheme years he has been the assistant state

Aflan r!lnA trara fAPmofl V T I nra a crrA anrl rxrh iia tri fit vallnw chad- 1 suDerintenaent or Pennsylvania ana

ailU U A A 1 A W V V- V - 1 fc -J 3 V UIIU II llilC 1 111 V ij IA Uk.A I
.dents of Ocala and valued members of led candles and a ciuny lace centerpiece came, to Florida from that state

fha Ttanttat chiirch. Thv went to At- nvpr vpilnw a mit ch vnwt rt I Mr. tnase was recommenaea ior tne

lanta about a year ago. golden yellow daisies and maiden-hair Florida state superintendency by Na

fern was in the center of the table tional superintendent taKer as a

CaDtaln George Bussard, who was wnn oon-oon Dastcets or cut glass

-..-x. .a.TUMfl train holding yellow mints nlaced about, man ana a tireless worner. ne is now

during-its first two years, was in town The menu consisted of salad, sand- in the offices of the league, 911 BIsbee

Ua hao vatantltf I WU'IIPN. U11VPH. HULK- 1PP(1 fnOPniJltP -o "

linn A AA J r I

which will be at the Temple this au autumn
tumn autumn and winter.
' - October
14th John Larkin.
16th, 17th, 18th Triplets.

25th, 26th Mabel Paige.
SOth Dandy Dixie Minstrels.
November .,
4th The Girl In the Taxi. V
9th Frederick the Great, f
11th The Man on the Box. f
21st Creator and his band. ..
December

1st Mary Stuart.
4 th Rosary.

5th The Private Secretary. f -6th
When a Woman Wills,
llth The Girl and the Tramp
13th Down in Dixie Minstrels. $
14th Arrival of Kitty Co. V

13 th Wizard of Wiseland.

- January -.

15th Beverly. '. g

16th The Thief.
18th The Smart Set,
19th The Lyman Twins
21st Graustark.

26th, 2"th Manhattan Opera Co.
29th The Night Rider Company.
31st Kane East Show.
February
1st Madame Sherry.
2nd Black PattL
3rd Checkers.
7th County Sheriff. i
14th Coburn's Minstrels.
22nd Buster Brown. t
Mare

"Oia Hoss Jim," Miss

1 t:

v

present she is stopping with her aunt, I

I Mrs. J. J. Nelson,

The Talitha Curoi class of the Meth

odist church sold ice cream at the town

i hall last Friday evening. During the I

evening a nice little program was ren

dered which was enjoyed by all pres

ent. The program was as follows:

Reading, "Kate Kitchen, Maggie i

Whisenant.

Reading,

Washburn.

Reading. "Better than Wishing,1

Freeman Hames.

Reading. "A Man and His Shoes.

Mrs. Wethe.

Reading. "Let Something Good be

Said, Ada Nix.

Recitation, "The Tryannlcal They,"

Pearl Proctor.

Recitation. "Change in Colors." Miss

Tremere.

Recitation. "The Peri," Miss Ellie

Tremere.

Recitation, "The Quack Doctor," Mr.

Long.

Recitation. I'm Feeling Fine." Mr.

Weihe.

Vocal solo. "Come Josephine In My

Flying Machine." K. Wenrich.

Vocal solo. "I Didn't Mean to Make

You Cry," Miss Edna Nichols.

Duet, "Whispering Hope," Mr. Wen-

rich and Kathryn.

Duet. "Two Blue Eyes," Misses Nich

ols and Rickards.

Violin and organs "Tranmere" and

"Mazurka," Mr. and Miss Rickards.

Instrumental solo, a march. Miss

Rickards.

Mr. Barrett, an old resident of Belle-

A IFpisinidl n2 -GUtig,
Enii u nu u usipciisiil . IBfnimll
asked as whether It would do the bank any good for him to deposits
a small amount, only to' check It out very soon. We replied that
-: If all our depositors would each leave an average balance of $60
with os for thirtY days the Interest at 4 per cent would amount to
$400 for the1 time. -
But we told him he ought to have a bank account with us for
the good it would do him. as It would help; him to save his money;
It would help him to keep tab on his expenditures; It would help
him to build up' a standing with the, bank, all of whleh tended to
make him a bigger, man and better citizen. He sald then take my
money and give me a check book. This -man has the good opinion
of the
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JACHSCnVUXE'S FITIEST c3 f
LARGEST ct3 CEST YEAH CCUuD C37EI

llth and 12th Mildred and Rouche. J view, but now visiting his son at Levon THOMAS M. WILSON.

was a saturaay visitor.

Quite a crowd attended the dance

last Saturday evening, given by Mr.

and Mrs. Millsom. Iced lemonade was
served and all report a jolly time.

Mr. Frick Bryant is on the sick list

this week.

Mr. Sanford of Coleman is our new

Capt. Allen Gibson, and the bharp I :ti.-v-rn her house guest. Miss May NeWbern of

- 1 . . . . t uiririii Kr un I mi ridlsair WY-V lllPMVMni IV

the colorea baptist cnurcn oaptizea six --.

i t Tinian at 9-ik n'tnir 1 wnii miss ineora cmun

16th The Lion and the Mouse.

OKLAWAHA RIVER ITEMS

Treacherous always and now. more

shallow that heretofore, the Oklawaha

river is dangerous for navigation. Al-1

though the steamer William Howard,!

Shooter, Capt. E, L. Mills, are

afloat and making: full time. The

William Howard Is due at Walaka on

Irtnita a Tiiitnber wire tresent at this

Thursday and Friday she will arrive I ment at the Methodist church Sunday

I service tnciuuiug a. iatgc uuuiuve w& I J.., i:.

from Lakeland today.

- A. 1

-rtiirnd from a visit to Rochester, wnn wnippea cream, ice cream ana

Minn., is much Improved In health and j frosted cakes.

will soon resume his run. The happy couple left over the A. C.

I at 1:15 for Daytona, their future

rTr k ii n i aa at t na h.ri enAnfl I f n 1 1 r f rl I

I Trtif cr r- rxr caty m An f nAaitlnn TTV ca crrr

will serve tea Saturday afternon from T B .ZZ

4 to 5:30 at the residence of Mrs G. T.

I planning
league.

extensive work for the

OKIiAWAHA

Oklawaha, Oct. 4.- We are certainly

wishes of a host of friends go with Ihaviner warm weather for the time of

Maughs, the proceeds to go towards
the current expenses of the church.
All are crdially invited to atteend.

them.

"FOREPAl'GH'S FOURPAWS"

The Mark Twain monument com-

When the writer was a

mission, namea Dy governor naoiey io nasn't Deen sucrt a little while ago,

select a site and erect a 120,000 monu- Forepaugh's circus was a household

ment In memory of the author ror tne term over half of the Union. It was

state of Missouri has, according to an-the very first Jie ever went to, and he

n6uncement, chosen a site in River-J well remembers across the gulf of a
vtaw Piirlr at TTannlhal. Mn. The mon cpnra anrl a holf nf vaa f a .Tiaw y J worv

ument will overlook the Mississippi soul was broiled on the redhot coals Dfeae aMv.ery
. i I his subject being "Faith."

i ivei ui ecsiacy as oe waicnea ine spienuiu

show. How dull would King George's

Governor Woodrow Wilson has the coronation pageant have appeared in

predominating influence in the New comparison with the parade, and how

Jersey democratic state convention, J wonderfully were the pages of natural

which met in Trenton yesterday for history verified in the menagerie

i

the purpose of adopting a party plat- jForepaugh himself, greatest of men,

form. The convention is made up ofjtook the tickets, and the Arabian

76 men, Governor Wilson, the demo-j Nights seemed to have come to life in

cratic hold-over senators and the dem-'J the feats of the gorgeously arrayed

ocratic candidates for the senate and land unarrayed performers. The music

for the assembly. The platform adopt-j of the spheres played second fiddle to

ed was eulogistic of the administra-1 that rendered by the band; the topical

tion of Governor Wilson and only theJsong that year was "Over the Garden

governor's earnest appeal to the con- Wall," and it wasn't rag-time, either,

vention prevented the adoption of a but: such poetry as Tennyson might

resolution endorsing him for the dem-jhave written, and the singer's voice

ocratic presidential nomination next! lifted X to the roof and sent it to the

year. corners of the "big top" with a rin

that Nordiea couldn't equal now.

The Tampa Times says: "Prof, J. E. J Forepaugh has been gathered to his

Wood of Live Oak, a candidate for the forefathers, with half the people who
office of state superintendent of pub- thronged; his tent that night; the kids
lie instruction, has been on a visit to who crawled under the canvas are

Tampa, and it is not too much to say I middle-aged men; all things have

that 'he has made a decidedly -favora- j changed, many of them for the worse

ble Impression. He is a man of strong but the circus to which the veteran

personality and decided views. He has I showman gave his name has come

long been an advocate of state unlfor- down through the decades with a large

mity of text books, which in our opin- Trainbow ring around it and three rings
Ion amounts to an entire platform irt It- in it. It has combined with Sells
self." I Bros, show, another5 iriant of those

days, and the mammoth aggregations

In a pitched battle in the freight have grown as well as combined, until

yards of the Illinois Central Railroad j now. as a peripatetic amusement fac--

at McComb City, Miss., between strik- tory they have not their equal In the

ers and strike-breakers Wednesday, j world.

one man -was Killed and many others j Forepaugh's and Sells Bros. Shows

wounded, ucv Noel ordered out troops will be here Oct. 24 a date that you

and two military companies were hur- I want to paste in your hat. and all this

ried to the scene.

section of the state wil be here
meet It.

Albert W. King, who was one of the

engineers of the Garfield funeral train,

Is dead at his home In Woodbridge,
N. J. He was 59 years old. He had
suffered for some time with Bright's
disease. King was an engineer on the

LOCAL LEGISLATION

Ocala, Fla., Oct. ,4, 1911.
The city cooineil met in regular ses

year. We can t rememDer tne time
when October came in as warm as it
did this year. And such dry weather!
We are certainly needing rain. No one

v. v can plant any garden seed at all.
boy, which n r

lie V. viuci mull kjm. vauuici jii cai;ucu

his regular sermon here Sunday, and

we also had preaching here Sunday

night by a liaptjst preacner. we did
not hear his name, but anyway he i3

a friend visiting Mr. John Lewis. He

g sermon,

Mr. Robert Marshall was called by a

telegram Sunday morning to his

brother, Mr. James Marshall at Cand Candler,
ler, Candler, who was taken suddenly ill. Dr

Henry was immediately called and as

usual gave the sufferer relief. Dr.

Henry is noted for his kind hearted

feelings towards the sick, which adkis

success to his practice.

Mr. E. O. Marshall has accepted the

position of chauffeur for Cap. J. B.

Martin. Capt. Martin's building v will

soon be completed

Mr. Johnnie Lewis has bought him

self a horse. Look out boyv, Jonnie
says he is tired of seeing the, girls

going around by themselve.

Mr. Pillans of Electra was m town

Monday morning with a load, of cot

ton.

; Mr. J. A. Scott received a barrel of

fish Saturday afternoon, which he sold

out in a few minutes-

. ; Mr. Joe Yongue left today for Tam

pa, where he will finish his course in

the business college.

Mr. Shu ford from Ocala, an uncle of

Robert Marshall, is doing the brick

worK on vapt. .?. ti. Jiartin s new

house.

Mr. Jf. M; Blair and Mrs. R. M. Blair

went up to Candler today to see Mr.

James Marshall, who was recently
taken ill. They report him much bet

ter.

Dr. Camp and son, Edward, were in

town yesterday unloading a car of
lumber. Dr. Camp has recently built
himself a new house on the north side
of the lake.
School opened Monday morning with

about fifty scholars. We don't see how
Miss Caroline will manage so many;
without an assistant.

WACAHOOTA
Wacahoota, ct. 5 The warm weath

er still continues.

Miss Loleta Bawls of Montbrook and

Rev. Baers. filled his regular appoint-

day visiting relatices near Williston.

Flemington and Fairfield, crossed

Flemington

was victorious.
A wreck occurred on the Melton

Cove Springs Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bryant of Ocala

are visiting Mr. Bryant's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. R. Bryant.

ORANGE SPRINGS

at Si 1 vtr Srrin-a with r rarn nf mr

oh.lTlrlico onil hirila-arfl for Offlla mer-l'wne friends.

1 UTra T. T. TTrtnlclna ia In

chants, and with passengers. J. m I the i Methodist cemetery ; on Thursday

f imn-ft,!,,,, ucwuer, 1411U tuerjuuuj iiihim.

was chartered for a run to DeJK s biuii n,,. I Miss Mary Phiney, our efficient

Friday night. A large crowd went

down and enjoyed a sumptuous fish.

fry. : V

Ferryman W. D. Fort of Sharp's

Ferry, reports that the Little Okla Oklawaha
waha Oklawaha rjver Is running with only about
eighteen i&ehes of water, the lowest,

probably, on record.

The new sawmill at Conner hums

merrily tlte day long and its echoes
T-wake the wilds.

Mr. J. IX Durst has his sawmill on

the Oklawaha river almost rebuilt.
Some fewj months ago Mr. Durst un

fortunately lost this mill in flames. His
steamboat i3 fifty per cent completed.

There are two crosstie camps on the

river in rthis section, Dr. Bask in's and
Wilt WuStehurst's. At Loa Kiss har harbor
bor harbor are some" ten hundred ties. The

Heather .Island country along the river

banks now contains thousands of them.

Capt. Hutto Tafts these ties and tows

them doiwn stream to Jacksonville.

A fortune awaits some enterprisin

concern. which will cut dorwn and ship

the millions of standing palmettos in

the river swamp.

Somertime in the future Messrs. Kyle

& Younge will builtl a lo-ck on the lit

tle Oklawaha he'ar Tiser Den, Moss

Bluff.

Fishing Indeed I Go a-flshing, as the
tribe of the gills bite fine with the

moon up. ; i

Mr. P. T. Randaai says the orange
crop -looks fine to him. iMr. Randall

XIUNICIPAIi DIRECfOaY

afternoon.

mi. 1 . a i a.

th Ocala I inere win oe a. cemeiery worsing a.i

AIT. OlUIlcy jnauuu tame ucov.c j ;

from St. Petersburg to spend a while
... ,f, and little son spent Saturday and Sun-

Willi icmt yco
O. S. Shade of Jacksonville spent

t noi. ctrt in I bats Saturday afternoon.

to school at 'Ocala Monday morning,

r a 1 aaa Mnwivnif IttiA hAtnrAAfi ; anil

Mrs. Sam Millican returned to Green """""' .1 v 11 V Si- I

anupy oaiuruajr mui uiug wiiiuu rcsuu-
ed In the death of Mr. Seth Robins. The The-unf
unf The-unf ortunate young, man was riding on
a truck Immediately In front of the en engine.
gine. engine. A loose iron In'the track caused
the turning over of the truck and the
young man's right arm and right leg
were cut off and his skull was crushed

in. He was thrown under the engine.

Orange Springs, Oct. 4. Mr. P. W.

Peck returned yesterday from a few f om wh!ch- ninCe he was removed bv

Hays visit to Burbank. a life-lone friend. Mr. Clinton Dun-

Mr. and Mrs. Hugh B.. Cameron of nn?. The two young men were em em-Daisy
Daisy em-Daisy were Sunday visitors ; at the pioyed sawing logs" near Flemington;
spring. Their, old Georgia friends and had gone to town Friday evening
were very glad to see them. to get a supply of groceries and were
There were quite a number of peo- returning to their work Saturday

pie from Fort McCoy, who, took? ad- morning when the accident occurred,
vantage of the day and came up for Medical aid was at once summoned,
a short rest and a swim In the spring, and all was done to relieve his suffer suffer-In
In suffer-In the party were Mr. and Mrs. Jack- lng that ; skilled and loving hands
son and children, Mr. and Mrs. Robins could do. but all to.no effect, for after
and Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Perkins. an hour and a half of intense pain,
Mrs. Fred W. Zoerb Is quite 111. Dr. death came to relieve him of his suf-

to

Lisk of Fort McCoy was called In to

see her yesterday, v
CoL H. M. Hampton was a visitor
here Monday, enroute to Interlachen
on professional business.
Mr. G. W. Lipscombe, who has been

receives more for Ms oranges than any sick. Is able to go out with the pas pas-other
other pas-other grower; in Florida. He sells the senger train now.
entire crop to tourists of the Hart The phantom party at the feavilion
liners Hiawatha and Okehumpka. was a most enjoyable affair. Quite a
The Oregonian nobly (performs her large crowd was out.
duty of transferring the folks of the There is to be a masquerade ball
Messrs. Kytel & Tounge on Heather next Saturday night. A great many
Island. invitations have" been sent out.
Oregonlani II. has received a new Misses Donnle and Clara Waldron of
coat of paint. Bay Lake were pleasant visitors at
Oregonian! III. lies on the ways In the spring Sunday,
the builder's shipyards at Conner. This Mr. Harold L. Moreland, a civil en en-vessel
vessel en-vessel TelQrngs to the scribe. glneer of Mottvllle, N. Y., arrived Sun Sun-Captain'
Captain' Sun-Captain' Henry JMason is the con- day to spend some time with the New
structor- act, these queer little fast dug- south Farm and Home surveyors,
outs. I -' Miss Evans, "the company's office

Mr. J. C. S'mlth, the Jeweler, has I man." is in Jacksonville for a few

purchases! from Berinie Condon a ateel j days. V

fering. Mr. Robins was about twenty twenty-one
one twenty-one years of age and had lived all his
life near here. He leaves two brothers

and two sisters and a score of other
relatives and friends to mourn his un

timely end. He was laid to rest In the

cemetery at the Baptist: church Sun

day morning. Rev.' Duncan canducted

the funeral services." ,We extend our

deepest sympathy to the bereaved ones

in this great trouble.,

launch..

A. A. J.

OXFORD

i

WILDWOOD

Wild woOfT. 6rt: 5. Snmo Vi o i.n thslr

Central Railroad of New Jersey and sion council chambers on this date. cabbage up looking fille. There will

x resent aiiu ; prtfsiuiiiii xa. v.-. Jones,

president; W. P. Edwards, H. A

Fausett?. E. T. Helvenston, L. J.

T.Iki T TT rr V 1 1

St. Paul, Ind.. Pioneer Press xv"ls"1 dUU J- 1 AaJlur. couacumen.

Reciprocity is dead and done

piloted the funeral train between Long

Branch and Elberon.

Minutes of the last meeting read and Wednesday.

The
savs:

for. but Its defeat brinss satisfaction apprOTea

in hio-w trrwi tn t.a m thon Marshal Carter requested that the

the over-protected, who recognize in Personal certificates neid Dy him

It a menace to the nrivilee-es and Pe examined and nis account credited

powers which they possess to extort wlth the "ncollectable certificates now

unreasonable nrlces from the nubile" ,n nis nanas- BO oraereo

j. w. .ucmiosn appeared and asKed

The St. Louis Globe-Democrat says: 1 r nsnis Ior nicKer Matter re

'Earl Grr has hoon tolling- th ran- ierrea to tne ngni and water com

adians that talkine about the Monroe mittee with Pwer to act.

doctrine doesn't alter the fact that, if Upon motion the Glide Road Ma-

Canada were Imperilled, it would be "'"t"1" uiueieu pia-iorj

be quite an acreage planted here this

season.
Mr. Robert Wilkerson of Coleman

was a welcome visitor to our town

the British fleet that would save her.

If the delusion that we want Canada
badly enough to forcibly annex it is

as strong in England as in Canada

ltseii. tne dominion should remain a

British possession. They are one peo

ple In their foolishness."

the road 'machines which the city of

Ocala has had on trial for the lat
two months. Price $75 less freight.
Building permit was granted Mr. R.
S. Hall to erect building in southwest
corner of lot 2, block 64, O. S. Ocala,
provided same conformed to the or-
dinance of city governing the same.

Justice of the Peace J. M Rid war I ine regular mnmiy Dills were or-

of Martin. Tenn., has held that office dered Paid whn fouJ properly ap-

for fifty-nine years, and is probably j provea-
the ranking justice of the United! Bill of -Marion Hardware Company
States In point of service. At the ase for 144.83-referred to the finance com-

of 84 he is In full possession of .his mlttee fr investigation. Bill of S. M.
mental faculties and is remarkably Grubs for $30. referred to the police
active, v committee for investigation.
- : Bill of the Hutchinson Auditing Co.
Miss Cipriana"Subejano, or Illoilo, on for 1235 ws considered by the eoun eoun-the
the eoun-the Island of Panay. one of the few ciI and lt being the sense of the said
Filipino girls in the United States, council that the said bill was exces exces-registered
registered exces-registered as a student In the medical sive' !t was ordered that the clerk no no-school
school no-school of the University of Colorado. tifjr the said Hutchinson Auditing Co.
She has come to America to study that the council consider thrs bill ex ex-medicine
medicine ex-medicine because she says ''my people norlltant and therefore decline pay pay-need
need pay-need physicians.' ment of the bill as rendered.
' ; : : The clerk was instructed to notify
John Gardinier. who is said to be the IL & w- B- rre Company that
the oldest banker In noint of eontin- the council consids their bill excessive

nous service in the United States, has and would have to decline payment of

just observed his ninety-fifth birthday
anniversary at, Norwalk, O. Mr. Gard Gardiner"
iner" Gardiner" is president of the Norwalk Na National
tional National Bank and : has been connected
with that institution for seventy-five
years. -

Mrs. Rosie Osborn. who is distin distinguished
guished distinguished as the only woman marshal in
the world, has served the city of Hun Hun-newelL
newelL Hun-newelL Kan., in that capacity since her
appointment three months ago. She
was appointed by the woman mayor,
and though she has made no arrests,
several gatherings of "rowdy" boys
have been broken up.

same as rendered.

The city attorney was requested to
make report on the bond issue.
Free lights for the armory were dis discontinued
continued discontinued as the state received the
benefits from them Instead of the
Ocala Rifles.
Upon "motion duly carried the super superintendent
intendent superintendent and assistant superintendent
of the electric light plant were allow allowed
ed allowed lights free. .

Mr. John- Robertson and family of
Ocala wer seen paasip.g through our
town ori day last week en route to
visit re.Utives at Whirtney.
Messrs. R. M, Driggers and Walter
Haygood, two, of Oxford's hustling
citizens, were shaking hand3 with
their many, friends here Wednesday.
Robert Stewart, Wilbur and Ernest
Kilgore and many others came home
to vote.

. L. Gamble and II. J. Nichols
motored down to Webster Thursday.
Judge Wicker was un from Coleman

Friday, looking for a lost dog. The
judge says it was a very fine dog. We
hope he found him.
The Wildwod and Oxford "band went
to Webster Friday to furnish music
for the courthouse picnic. The boys
say if Webster always feeis like they
did Friday they have only, to say the
word and they will be the Webster

band.
In the courthouse election Bushnell
won over WlldwooJ by nine votes.
That is not miseii but guess it is
enough to hold f-ood. Now that the
election is over lets all be friendly
and go to work, together for the best
Interests of the county. WiMwood has
nothing to re-gret. We have run a
clean race. We have not bought or
sold any man's, twin or. I say hjs honor.
You understarstf mean his vote. When
a man sells 5& vote he has sold all
the, rights of a citizen he ha.s. Wild Wild-wood
wood Wild-wood has njt. tried to deal with this
class. PossiSUf that is the reason they
lost oat.

Mrs. Daniel Johnson returned to her

home in St.' Petersburg after a pleas
ant visit to relatives here.

Mrs. J. W. Stevens and son spent

C. Burrell Sunday here

-

Mr. C. B. Powers spent several days

Oxford, Oct. 4. Mrs. E.

and Miss Nora Nelson, drove down! to

Coleman Friday, afternoon, returning hn Jacksonville last week. He return

Sunday afternoon, visiting Mr. andje(j Sunday and wa3 accompanied by

Mrs. Torct Finney and Mr. and Mrs. Ar-jMrs. F. D. Powers, who will spent

thur Finny, while there. (about ten days the guest of Mr. and

Mr. HL E. Martin and son, Lloyd of J Mrs. C. W. Powers at the Globe house,

Wild wood, were here transacting btis-I Mr. T. C. Mitchell paid Fort McCoy
iness -Saturday mornlngr I the usual Sunday visit. What Is the

One more new family added to oor J attraction?

city. Mr. Sanders and family moved J Mrs. N. L. Smith of Coleman is
in from Loehloosa -last Wednesday and j spending the week at the spring the

will occupy the residence on Mr. guest of Mrs. W. H. Massey. Mrs.

Rainey's farm. I Smith was a resident of this place a
Mr. John 'Pemberton, Mr. W. ;H. J number of years and her friends are

Smith and Mr.. S -Crenshaw went down j delighted to have her make them

to Webster to attend the big barbecue visit.

last Friday as members of the Wild-j Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Massey of Santa

wood band. They reported a most enr J Fee, were the guests of relatives here

'joyable time, all stopping over at j Saturday and Sunday.

,WTildwood on their way home to wait I Mr. A. G. Kirck of Burbank was

on returns of the eourt house election, J visitor here Wednesday on his way

Band a grand supper, was spread for the from Kenwood

8 band, and they were treated royally! Mr. J. E. Thompson of Jasper will
flin every respect at both .places, Web- I spend some time here a3 his health is

ster and Wildwood' improving. He Is a guest of the Porter

Mr. E. M. Bailey tcame up from Wau-I House.

chula to spend a few days with! Mrs. Ignatia Brydon and two sons of

.friends. j Baltimore, Md., arrived here yesterday
Mr. Walter Grisrss has returned from land will probably spend the winter

Rev. Blocker filled his regular ap-hn the McBride home.

-pointment at the Methodist church, j Mr. Faircloth of Fort McCoy was a

preaching two seranons Saturday andlg-uest of the Porter House Sunday.

two Sunday. They were all excellent j Everybody gives Captain Smith a
and a large crowd attended the ser-Jvote of thanks for a walk and steps

vices. land some nice seats and cleaning up

Mr. S. L. Griggs and son, Jtalph, j around the spring. Thanks, Mr. Smith.

drove up to Ocala to -transact business

Monday and Tuesday.

Mr. Charles Cullenbridge and wife

left Monday for Iowa, where they will

make their future home.

City OScers
- Mayor--John D., Robirtson.; v, '
- Recorder L. T. Islar
Assistant Recorder H. M. Hampton.
President of Council H. C Jones.
t president Pro Tem R. R. CarrolL
Clerkn-Hvr Q, Sistrunk.
Tax Collector W. W. Clyatt. ;
Treasurer W,T, Gary.
"Attorney C" I Sistrunk.
Marshal R. L. Carter."
Fire Chief H. S. Chambers,
Superintendent of Electric Lighting
Plant J. C. CaldwelL
: Policemen Frank Hall, 8. N.,Grubbs.
Street Superintendent M. F. Dodson.'
Sanitary Inspector G. W. Cleveland.

" : City Council
Aldermen First Ward I J. Knight,

C. R, Tydings. -

Aldermen Second Ward J., H. Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, R. R. CarrolL
Aldermen Third Ward E. T. Hel-
venston, H. A. Fausett.
Aldermen Fourth Ward H. C Jones,..

G. A CarmlchaeL J t f
' Alderman-at-Large--W.' P. Edwards.
Committees of the OouncII
Market 3. v Al f Carmtehael, : I. J.
Knight, R. R; CarrolL
' Sanitary E. ; Helvenston, W. P. v
Edwards, H. A. Fausett
Street R. R. CarrolL O, A, Carmt-
chael, J. H. Taylor. ' '
Cemetery E. T, Helvenston, H. : A r

Fausett, H. C Jones.
Building H. C. Jones. H. A. Fausett,
G. A. Carmlchael.
' Fire H. A. Fausett, C. R. Tydings,
R. R. CarrolL
Police W. P. Edwards. J. H. Taylor, -L.
J. Knight.
Finance C. R. Ty dings, J. H. Taylor, -E.
T. Helvenston.
Judiciary L. J. Knight, C R. Ty.
dings,; W. P. Ed ward a
Light and Water J. IL Taylor, C. R.

Tydings, K C. Jones.

FOLEY'S KIDNEY REMEDY

V VS. "A. HOPELESS CASE

Hon. Ark. J. E. Freeman says: VI had

a severe case oi Kidney trouDie and
could not work and my case seemed

hopeless. One large bottle of Foley's
Kidney Remedy cured me and I have
never been bothered since- I always

recommend it." For sale at the Court
Pharmacy.

Shotguns of all .grades and all

makes, at greatly reduced prices at
the Ocala Pawn & Loan Company.

Chronic rheumatism contracts the

muscles, distorts the joints and, un undermines
dermines undermines the strength. A powerf uL
penetrating and relieving remedy will

be found In BALLARD'S SNOWUNI-

MENT. It restores strength and sup

pleness to the aching limbs. Price 25c,
50c and $1 ner bottle. Sold by all

druggists.

PORT KING CAMP WOv14.
WOODMEN OF T1XB WOlil.

Next regular, monthly meeting will r
be held at 1 o'clock Friday evening. ;
Oct. IS, 1911, at Yonge's Hall.'
Visiting sovereigns always welcome.
. -, W. F. Marlowe, CX G. 4
Chas. K. Sage. Clerk.

We can ave 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.

If you want-a good shotgun cheap,
go to the Ocala Pawn & Loan Co. It
has them..

A MEDICINE THAT
GIVES COXFIDEXCE
is Foley's Honey and Tar Compound.
Mrs. T. J. Adams, 522 N. Kansas ave avenue,
nue, avenue, Columbus, Kas., writes:" "For a
number of years my v children have
been subject to coughs and colds.
used Foley's Honey and Tar Compound
and found that if cured their coughs
and colds, so I keep it In, the house all
the time." Refuse substitutes. For

sale at the Court Pharmacy.

The be.it plaster. A. piece of flannel
dampened with. Chamberlain's Lini Liniment
ment Liniment anV bound on over the affected
parts is -aperior to a plaster and costs
only; one-tenth as much. For sale br
all druggists.

WEATHER FORECAST f

Fair tonight and Friday,
moderate variable winds.

Hgtat
4 i

to

"Lame back is one of the most com common
mon common forms of iwuscular rheumatism. A
tew applications? of Chamberlain's lin

iment will give Telief. Tor sale by all

dealers.

There are Two Kinds of ChlH Tonic

PLANK'S AND OTHERS

When in JacKsonvIlle stop with Mrs.

E. L. Malonev. at the Girard. No. 11

East Duval, lust off Main. Best 75c

room In the city.

THE OLD RELIABLE PLANK'S

CHILL TONIC IS GUARANTEED
TO DRIVE OUT MALARIA, TO
CURE CHILLS, FEVER. COLDS

AND GRIP. YOUR MONEY BACK

IF IT DOES NOT. TWENTY-FIVE

TYr,T'f o -nt fa irftft,? 4,1. K Ar A A V"-' J Am.

vice Cor rrudent men and women. It jiuuiv

may be vital in case of a ehild. There

5 V. t-r. V. , w man iY o mha,ll It

t- t, ,.-k grades, steamer and large trunks, at

children. It is safe and sure. For sale lc

"hv alt ilni r-rl at.

supply Just the Ingredients needed to
build up, strengthen and restore the

action of the kidneys and

bladder. Specially prepared for back backache,
ache, backache, headache, nervousness, fbeuma-

Trunks of all styles and different

The liunting season is here. Eemem

ber we have a full stock of high grade

shells at low prices. Ocala Pawn & (natural

Loan Company! -;

Biliousness is due to a disordered 1 tism and all kidney, bladder and url-

i nary irregularities. For sale at the

that onran: tt, laTi it. strengthen it.

t,-..! ,n,.io jt. J tone and invlsrorate It 'to Teeuiate inei ov, ....

monds and other rew jewelry In our ver and baniah biliousness ositively grades, steamer and large trunks, at

window. The, Ocala Pawn & Loan Co. land effectually. For sale toy druggists. 1 ut"

MARION-DUNN LODGE

NO. 19, V. &
Marlon-Dunn Lodge No. 19 meets In

the Temple on the first and third

Thursday evenings of eaeh month.

Visiting brethren cordially Invited
W. T. Mcllwaine, W. M.
G. W. Martin. Secretary.

TAKE YOUR COMMOJf

, COLDS SERIOUSLY
Common colds, severe and frequent.

lay the foundation of chronic diseased
conditions of the nose and throat, and

may-develop Into bronchitis, pneumon pneumonia,
ia, pneumonia, and consumption. For all coughs
and colds In children and In grown

persons, take Foley's Honey and Tar
Compound promptly. For sale at the
Court Pharmacy.

REGRETS ARE USELESS
After you are burned out The wise
men prepare for the emergency of Fire
by having a Policy to cover the possi possible
ble possible loss of property through the rav ravages
ages ravages of the devouring element Never

mind future regrets Have, some -present
wisdom. -Little trifles often cause
a fire, but the resultant loss Is -no trifle.
It costs so little to be well and 'fully
Insured that, the poor have no excuse
for not having a policy. See us about
it.
SAVARESE AND BELL
Life, Fire and Accident Insurance.
ocala; fla:

NEW CROP SEEDS

I have Just received a fresh lot of
the new crop, garden, flower and field

seed. Wm. Anderson,-Druggist, Ocala.

REST AND nEALTTi v ..
TO MOTHER AND CHILD

Mrs. WINSLOW8, SOOTHING SYRUP
has been used for over SIXTY YEARS
by MILLIONS of MOTHERS for their
f?H ft J)REN WHILE TEETHING, with

PERFECT SUCCESS. It SOOTHES the
CHILD, SOFTENS THE GUMS. AL ALLAYS
LAYS ALLAYS all PAIN; CURES WIND COLIC,
and is the best remedy for DIAR

RHOEA. It is absolutely harmless. Be
sure and ask for "Mrs. Winslow's
Soothing Syrup, and take no other

kind. Twenty-five cents a hottla

DilOJlDHY CEOTflAL HOTEL
Crccdway, ccrcsr Ttird St
in THE DEADT CF HE17 U2U
Only Medium Priced Hotel Left In
K New York
Special Attention Given to Ladies

Unescorted

Enormons Business
American Plan, Upwards
European Plan, 91jC0 Upwards v

Send for Large Colored Map of New

York, Free
DAII C. UE5D, Rrc-rfT

The Only New York noectrcrtrj

Moderate Vprfces. J2xerUt Feci
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OCALA EVXlKti StAfc, TUTRSdAV, OCTOBER &t ItHi.

AIR DOME EXTRAS
ANOTHER PLEASANT EVENT

EVERY EVENING AT
The Temple Theater
Matinee every Wednesday and Saturday
Comfortable Seats and Electric Fans
.
Change of Program Every Night
'PROGRAM FOR THIS EVENING
A BASHFUL SON' A GOOD COMIC
A PAIR OF PANTS COMIC
A CHILD HEROINE DRAMA
A MARK FOR LIFE DRAMA

Prices Ten and Five Cents

New October. Records

mm

Digestit."

Masons meet this evening
Florida raised rye at Ocala Seed
Store.

The county commissioners adjourn
ed yesterday afternoon.

The great Challenge Sale at the
Globe is going successfully on.

Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Davis and child children
ren children have returned from Daytona.

Mrs. Mamie Fox returned last night
from her visit to Atlanta.

Mr. J. W. Perkins of Connor was in
town today, visiting his sons.

Ten-dollar suits for $6.98 at the
Globe Challenge Sale.

Mr. J. K. Christian, the Mcintosh
merchant; was in town today.

The great Challenge Sale at the
Globe is going successfully on.

Deputy Whisenant of Belleview was
in town today.

For indigestion or sour stomach use

Dlgestit at the Court Pharmacy.

Mr. Jack Hudnell of Electra was in

the city yesterday and last night.

Buttermilk, fresh every day at the

Postofflce Drugstore.

Justice Lyles has returned from a

visit to the Manatee section.

Mrs. O. C. Johanson of Wildwood

was at the Ocala House last night.

ON SALE AT
jSS IF" 0 IE IB) 9
NO. 3 NORTH MAIN

Sheriff Galloway paid a business

visit to Dunnellon this morning. 4

The great Challenge Sale at

Globe Is going successfully on.

feUESSEUCEpi
gALlfYgj

MISS t'OVXOHS
TO

FRIEXDS INVITED
HEAR GOOD MUSIC

Miss Mary Connor will be at home,
at her studio, corner Magnolia and
Fort King, Friday afternoon, Oct. 6th,
between 3:30 and 5 o'clock. All friends
and lovers of music cordially invited
to attend.

AN NO UN CEMENT

PRIME 3IEATS
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 servo.
Try us today!
V. I". KinVAltl S
Phone 108 New City Market.
OCALA, FLORIDA.

Miss Marguerite Porter announces
that she will not open her studio 'un 'until
til 'until January 1st. Until that time she
will remain in New York where she

is doing post graduate work under one

of the finest teachers In the city.'

CLARK'S COMING CAKE CONTEST

Mr.-Harvey Clark, proprietor of the

O. K. Tdapot Grocery, has announced

a grand cake baking contest, which
will be openr, to -every lady in Ocala

and the surrounding vicinity. The

contest will take .place on October .12

and any kind of cakes can be baked
by our expert' housekeepers. The cakes
will be sold at auction after the con

test, the proceeds to be donated to the

Marion County Hospital .Association.
The cake bakers will be required to

use cottolene instead of butter, and
will also have to use Kauff man's flour.

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

doubt be a arge number of cakes en
tered in the contest.

OCALA SCHOOL OF MUSIC

We can supply you with pure ice for
all purposes, whether your" require requirements
ments requirements are forhome use-or for acar acar-load.
load. acar-load. Place your orders with us."
OCAliA ICE & PACKING CO J
' OCALA. FLORID

R

THE

The Ocala School of TMusic will open

its doors for the fourth annual ses
sion. .October, 2, 19li. It offers its pa

trons first-class instruction in violin.

piano and science. Any one wantin

places wb.o haven't already applied for
time, should1 see Miss Mary Connor,

the director, at her studio, corner of
Magnolia street and Fort King ave avenue,
nue, avenue, after September 27th. Office

hours 10 to 12 a. m.

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.

STANDARD
TYPEWRITER

STORE FOR RENT

Half of front store downstairs at the
Wood mar block, next to Theun-Zacaery

Furniture house, for rent. Apply to
Mr. Akin or Mr. Bennett, with Oeala

Ploniblaar & Electric Company.

APARTMENTS FOR RENT

is

$100 3LCHINE FOR $63 ;
Sold for Cash or Monthly
Payments
It is unquestionably the most
practical typewriter made, regard regardless
less regardless of price.
R. L. MARTIN, Local Agent,
Room 9, Merchants Block, Ocala,
Florida.
15 Macliines Sold in Ocala in One
'Week

The second floor of the Bell apart

raent house on Fort King avenue

for rent. Apply to Joseph Bell at the

court house.

BEST QUALITY OF FRESH HAY

The Air Dome had extra music last
night, which with the fine pictures was
enjoyed until late by large crowds.
The program tonight will be as fol follows:
lows: follows: ' l; .. 'S-:'
"Madame Rex," a drama.
The Haven of Refuge," a thrilling
Indian picture.
"An Unwilling Cowboy," a western
story full of life.
"Windsor McKay and his famous
drawings of Little Nemo bog sledding
at Huntington, L I." These Windsor
McKay drawings can't bee too highly
commended. They are of Little Nemo
and his chums, and should be seen by
all, particularly the children.

A MARK FOR LIFE

The above is the title of the Tem Temple's
ple's Temple's leading subject tonight. It is a
very strong dramatic piece and is Il Illustrated
lustrated Illustrated in a most effective way. Its
one of those pictures that, having once
seen, you will always remember.
With it are two good comics and
"The Child Heroine," another strong
dramatic subject. In all, the Temple
will have an excellent bill this evening.

The Metropolitan Band, After Two
AVeekM of Silence, Will Give
Concert Friday Night
The following program -will be ren rendered
dered rendered by the Metropolitan Band Fri Friday
day Friday at 8 p. m provided the weather is
agreeable:
March. "Fight or Frolic," Edward J.
Delano.
Waltzes. "Wild Flowers, W. IL Kie Kie-fer.
fer. Kie-fer. Serenade, "Why do I Weep for Thee,"
W. V. Wallace.
Selection. "Broken Idol." Egbert Van
Alstyne. .-
March and two-step, "Alexander's
Rag-Time Band." Irving Berlin.
Medley overture, "Blaze Away," M.
F. Smith.
Flower song, "Hearts and -Flowers."
Theo. M. Tobanl. . -
Medley selection, "Southern Planta Plantation
tion Plantation Songs." Lt Contemo.
A. EL Gerig, Director.

NOTICE

DR. J. W. HOOD'S TELEPHONES
Office, 203.
Residence, 293

Mrs. John McCorkle has gone up to
White Springs, to join her husband at
that place.

Drink PLEZOL, the new drink.
It is healthful and invigorating.

About 11:20 today, fire was discover discovered
ed discovered in Dr. Herbert Counts' home on
South Lime street. In sending in the
alarnv somebody crossed the wires, so
for two or three minutes the firemen
couldn't tell which way to go. They
very wisely remained in the station
until they located the fire, which saved
time, though it seemed to be making
a delay. The fire was easily put out
with the chemical. Loss, about $7.

The Ocala News Company Is making
hit with its picture frames.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goddard came

up from Dade City yesterday, and, the

Star is glad to say, will again make

heir home in Ocala. They have rent

ed one of Mrs. Anderson's flats on Fort
King avenue.

the

FOR SALE A good tiaree burner gas

tove, right new; has been in use only

two weeks. A great bargain. Apply
to Mrs. R. L Perkins at the Hatchell

house.

Miss Josie McCrure

Hayes & Guynn.

is clerking for

Dige3tit.'

Mr.,, J. J. Bell of Brooks vi lie was at

the Ocala House last night.

Mrs. L R. Boiler and son. Ivan, have

returned home from their summer visit

to Virginia, and Mr. Boiler has sep

arated himself from that sadly pathet

ic expression he has worn the last few
weeks.

Ten-dollar suits for

Globe Challenge Sale.

?6.98 at the

Mrs. Will Goin is

from Atlanta Sunday.

expected home

Buttermilk, fresh every day at

Postofflce Drugstore.

the

Mr. J. B. Peek of Reddick

the Ocala House last night.

was at

"Digestit."

The great Challenge Sale at

Globe Is going successfully on.

the

The Eagles held

meeting last night.

good business

'Digestit.

Dr. Gentry Taylor is now with a big

drugstore in Dallas, Texas.

You can get your pictures framed at

the Ocala News Company and get them

now..

Ten-dollar suits for

Globe Challenge Sale.

$6.98 at the

Mr. J. M. Neely and pretty little

daughter, Virginia, were in town this

morning from Lake Weir.

If you want to find a good boarding

house at reasonable .rates, call up the

Star office.

Mr. George Feltham left this morn

ing ror a business visit to waycross

and other points In Georgia.

Miss Mary Affleck will have on dis

play Saturday a special line of $5

dress hats. Call and see thenx d3twlt

Messrs. W. M. O'Dell of Oxford and.

E. A. Davenport of Belleview were at

the Montezuma yesterday.

Your kodak work can De finished
two to three days if you leave It
Mills' studio.

In

at

Messrs. R. S. Hall and F. E. Harris
leave tomorrow, for New York and the

Glidden tour.

You don't obtain the full beauty of a

picture unless it is framed. Take it

to the Ocala News Co.

Save money on your shells and am

munition by getting same from the

Ocala Pawn & Loan Company.

One fighter and one d. and d. paid

their little assessments to the recorder

this morning.

Ten-dollar suits for
Globe Challenge Sale.

J6T98 at the

I Messrs. W. K. Zewadski and .Edwin
Spencer went down to Dunnellon this

afternoon to attend to legal business

For sale, any quantity of new mown
hay; beggar weed mixed with crab
grass and Mexican clover. Apply to
F. W. Ditto.

UP-Tu-UATE MAPS

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

WHITE STAR TRANSFER CO.
COLLIER BROS., PROPRIETORS
PHONE 296
Baggage, Freight, Pianos, Furniture
end Safes a Specialty. Careful and
Prompt Attention Gi en All Orders.
WE SOLICIT. YOUR PATRONAGE

All kinds of suit cases, tiand bags,
etc., any priced you want, at the Ocala
Pawn and Loan Company.

Save money on your shells and am ammunition
munition ammunition by getting same from the
Ocala Pawn & Loan Company.

We have a great many Are 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 look them over.
Ocala Pawn & Loan Company.

Serve PLEOjj to your ramlly.
Serve PLEZOL to your friends.

When you are down town drink

PLEZOL

All who have pictures are takin

them to the Ocala News Co., to have

them framed.

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 look them over.

Ocala Pawn & Loan Company.

See the handsome display of dla

monds and other new jewelry In our

window. The Ocala Pawn & Loan Co,

Messrs. W. J. Mixson and B. J. Ben

son, leading .Dunnellon citizens, were

business visitors to Ocala today.

Mrs. W. A. Hurst, a, most estimable

lady of Pelham, Ga., died at the Glen

Ira Hotel at Silver Springs, Tuesday.

Mrs. Hurst was the mother of -Mr. J.
W. Hurst, proprietor of the hotel, and

she and her husband were,;on"a visit

to their son and his wife. She was

4 years old.

The Ocala Telephone Company is

not responsible for the directory now

being gotten up. If you have any ad advertising
vertising advertising to place, save It.

J. P. Phillips, Manager.

DR. H. XV. COUNTS' PHONES
Office, 427.
Residence, 349.

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FREE! MUSIC LESSONS!

Mr. L. F. Savarese returned this

morning irom a trip to Orlando. He
brings news of a freight wreck on the
Seaboard fifteen miles south of Ocala.
Nobody hurt, but both passenger trains
held up until after daylight. Mr. fSav fSav-arese
arese fSav-arese went to Orlando day before" yes

terday with Dr. D. C. Abernathy, In
the later's car. Dr. Abernathy brought

up Mr. It. V. Conrad, one of the Buick's
big men, who went on to Atlanta from
here.

In f order to advertise our World's
Best Pianos and convince you how
easy it Is for you to buy a pian6 on
our low installment plan, to the first
10 purchasers who answer this adver advertisement
tisement advertisement and buy a piano from us we
will give each of them -a six-month's
course of piano lessons free. You can
select any teacher you wish in Ocala,
and we will pay the bill. We do not
charge interest; other houses do. Select
your piano from any of our celebrated
makes Mason & Hamlin, Conover,
Cable, Kingsbury,' Wellington.
Only 10 purchasers can secure the
free lessons under this special offer.

so write quickly. Our prices are the
lowest, our terms are the easiest, our
pianos are the best, and we do not

charge interest. Information icheer-

fully given. Appliction must be by

letter. J. FRED DEBERRY, Mgr.,

Cable Piano-Co., Ocala.

You can get anything from a post

card to an 18x22 photograph at Mills'

tudlo.

Mrs. Susan A. Ellis
90 Ochlawaha Ave.,
Ocala, Fla.
Instructor in Voice
and Piano
Specializing ip Correct
Placing of the Voice and
Proper Touch and Tec Tec-n
n Tec-n io of the Piano.

Mr. A. G. Bigelow, manager of the

Dunnellon Phosphate Company, Rock

well, was in the city on business to

day. He was accompanied by Mrs.
Bigelow.

A good remedy for a bad cough Is

BALLARD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP. It

heals the lungs and quiets irritation.
Price 25c, 50c and $1 per bottle. Sold

by all druggists.

DEALERS vfcX
cHAYf 6RAIN, FEEoX
3 J OCALA, FLA. J 22
I El Mixed Cara our Specialty. I -2e I
Ask Us for Prioea BeforeV
) V Prchaio Ml Savey II
Vv Money.

Stafollfe Home and Mule Feed the Bent

We Handle Exclusively and
Guarantee Result

Ten-dollar suits for

Globe Challenge Sale.

$6.98 v at the

Miss Eugenia Fuller entertained the

Wednesday embroidery club yesterday

morning.

The ladles of St. Margaret's Guild

will serve tea at the residence of Mrs.

G. T Maughs Saturday afternoon.

T. Montgomery, the well known Dun

nellon painter, was in the city today
on business.

1000 bushels of Texas Red
Proof Oats. Ocala Seed Store.

Rust

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

Mr. Ed Zetrouer or uamesvule was
shaking hands with his Ocala friends

yesterday.

FOR SALE A new portable engine,

sawmill and shingle mill. Best out

fit of its size in Florida. Owner must
go north. Address Box 126. Burbank,

Fla. dw 9-1-tf

Victor-Victrola LX, $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
$50.
An extremely popular price
and made more popular still
by our easy-payment plan.
0
Come in and hear this instru instrument,
ment, instrument, and find out how easily it
becomes yours.
Other styles of the Victor-Victrola $7S
to $250. Victors $10 to $100.
FOR SALE BY
A. M. LAXSFORD
NO. 3, NORTH MAIN ST.

FOR SALE

A Maxwell runabout In good running

condition. Apply at this office or ad

dress A. B., care Star. 10-5-2tdltw

The hunting season Is here. Remem

ber we have a full stock of high grade

shells at low prices. Ocala Pawn &

Loan Company.

Mr. C. W. Hunter, handed this in and

then hotfooted ,it out: "If Carney's

game law makes Coleman hot, why

does Charley Howell?"

We have a number of very choice

double barreled, hammerless shotguns,
and can save you money on them. The

Ocala Pawn & Loan Company.

Mr. W. B. Cooke came up from Tam

pa today, after calling on the different

printing offices in the Interest of his

house, went on to Jacksonville this

afternoon.

A full assortment of the best picture ;

frame material at the Ocala News Co.,
and Tex Martin knows Just how to

use It.

Mrs. R. L. Martin, after a summer

visit to Kentucky and Tennessee, and i

a week's visit to her daughter, Mrs.

Guv M. Eaton in Jacksonville, arrived

yesterday, and will remain a few days i

the guest of Mrs. Geo. E. Campbell be before
fore before going on to her Lake Weir home.

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HEXRY II. ROGERS, THE OIL KIXGr J0ROVE A GROCERY WAOOU
WHEX UE AVAS A BOY. HE SAVED PART OF HIS EARNINGS AOTX
PUT IT IV THE BANK AND BECAME MANY TIMES A MILLION.
AIRE.
WE WILL PAY YOU FOUR PER CENT INTEREST OJf TBS KOH KOH-EY
EY KOH-EY YOU PUT IN OUR BANK AND COMPOUND v THE INTEREST
EVERY THREE MONTHS. r

WE ISSUE DRAFTS ON ALL FOREIGN COUNTRIES.

i.

CAPITAL FULLY PAID IN 97300

WILLOW PLUMES;
I now have on display Two Beau Beautiful
tiful Beautiful Willow Plumes, which I offer at
the following prices:
27 Inches Long, 24 Inches Wide, 015X0
24 Inches Long 24 Inches Wide, 0120
I can get you any length, width, style or color of
Plume at Attractive Prices. Call and examine the
ones now oYi display. J. : 7
MISS MARY AFFLECK n
Commercial Dank Dlcclc - Qeda, Fbrt-a

.

THIS SEAL STANDS FOR
quality, and Is stamped on everything
you buy here. Always on hand a full
line "of Buggies,; Carriages,, Wagons.
Automobiles, Harness and Leather
Goods and all kinds of up-to-date
Farming Machinery. Everything that
. wears wheels, made of leather or goes
to make farming a pleasure. Call on

us wnen in need we win eliminate
your troubles. i
KNIGHT Cl LANG,
OCAliA - FLORIDA

'" Inner. Ti

JbrMicliQlin and alcrtWEnvelopss

FOH SALE One cow. Inquire of i

E. "W. Merrill, care Southern Express

Company. 10-l-6t

LOST -A sold Masonic Cuff button.

Finder will be rewarded by leaving I

same at Dr. E. G. Peek's residence, 91

Oklawaha avenue. ? l0-5-6t

FOR RENT House on Tort King

-

avenue with seven rooms and a large

attic. House formerly occupied by Mr:!

Will Gary. Apply to Mrs.' William An

derson.

The majority of incfor incfor-ists
ists incfor-ists throughout tktcorld
are satisfied users cf
Llichelin Inzer Tubes.
They are the best judges.
Ash then.

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IN STOCK. BY
A. 6. Gates,- 34 H. Oagnolia St.

Charlie Rodoff is having a large and

well equipped kitchen put in at his
cafe and will make French cooking

look like thirty cents this winter.

WANTED Traveling salesman to
handle an up-to-date line of trunks

and bags as a side one. Right goods,

right prices. The Petersburg tsag-

gage Company. Petersburg. Va.

FOR SALE Victor Talking Machine i

with cabinet and supply of September

and October records. Outfit cost

Been used two months. ISO cash takes

it. Apply Star. j. 10-2-6t

Mr. Robert Connor went, up to Lake

Butler yesterday, attended by Messrs.

Snellinjr and Swayne. two enterprising

salesman for the International Har

vester Company. ;

Mr. Chas. J. Phillips came up from
Leesburg yesterday, but returned to today,
day, today, lie has lots of building to look
after in Leesburg.: :

Pictures framed at the Ocala News

Company while you wait, and you
don't have to wait a week or a month.

either.

FOR SALE CHEAP A good type

writer desk, almost new and very lit little
tle little used. Apply to this of flee.

Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Carroll and little

daughter, after seeing the sights of
Gotham, the "beauties of Hudson river

scenery and the grandeur of Niagara
Falls, have turned their faces home

ward and will be in Ocala next week.

OATS FOR SALE 2000 bushels of

seed oats. Apply to J. C. Howell, An Anthony.
thony. Anthony.

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.

When you are happy drink PLEZOL.
When you are dry drink PLEZOL.
When you look fo'r prosperity drink
PLEZOL

Rev. W. IL Coleman will preach at
Lowell next Sunday afternoon at, the
usual hour. The public cordially In Invited.
vited. Invited.

A belligerent gentleman from the
country unsheathed his snickersnee
and tried to carve a compatriot, dur during
ing during a little' dispute they held on the
north side of the square yesterday
morning,'- Mutual friends prevented
the slaughter. ' t

Shotguns of all grades and all
makes, at greatly, reduced prices at

the Ocala Pawn & Loan Company.

If you want a good shotgun, cheap.

go to the Ocala Pawn & Loan Co. It

has them. ..r

We can save you one third the price

of your trunk, suit case or hand ba,

and have any kind or style you may

wish. The Ocala Pawn and Loan Co.

We have a number of very choice

double barreled, hammerless shotguns.

and can save you money on them. The
Ocala Pawn & Loan Company.

LOST A brindle bull dog with
cropped ears and long tall; weighs 45
pounds; white spot In forehead. Twen Twenty
ty Twenty dollars reward for "his return to 1.
a KnighL 10-5-Ct

Don't meet your friend with a trotra.
Use Digestit, and meet bin with e
smile. The Court Pharmacy. r .r- r



OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1911.

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tkat makes ..- u
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5 J He Beer of QuaKty
V?' ttc richest, most wLolesome teer, anJ jfJ
Sktf it's tke exclusive Pabst process tliat A?
!vr'b' gives it the delicate flavor and ap M $
petizin zest tLat is so -P
i OrIer a case today

The Taming of
Red Butte
Western
By
FRANCIS LYNDE

Copyright. 1510, by Charles Scrlb Scrlb-ner's
ner's Scrlb-ner's Bona.

(Gems Spread! to SMini

Eczema, Psoriasis and other skin
troubles are caused by myriads of
germs at work in the skin. Unless
these germs are promptly destroyed
they rapidly multiply, gnawing their
way deep Into the sensitive tissue.
This is what causes that awful itch,
and what seemed a mere rash
may row worse and develop Into a
loathsome and torturing skin disease
with its years of misery.
Don't take any chances! Destroy the
germs at the beginning of the trouble
with that soothing and cleansing wash,
the D. D. D. Prescription for Eczema.
A 25c bottle will prove this to you.

VTe have had experience with many
remedies for skin trouble but have
never seen such remarkable cures as
those from D. D. D. Prescription. In Instant
stant Instant relief from the very first appli application.
cation. application. We are so confident that D. D. D.
will reach your case that it will cost
you nothing if the very first full size
bottle fails to make good every claim.
If you have skin trouble of any
kind, we certainly advise you to drop
In and investigate the merits of D. T.
D. anyway. We know that D. D. D.
will help you.

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We have in out large store, almost every
thing yot could wish for to furnish your
home, office, farm, garden or work shop with with-We
We with-We have a complete line of fornitore in med medium
ium medium and high grades, with all of the furnish furnishings
ings furnishings that go with the line. Our stock of
hardware is complete and the toots, materials,
and implements are of the best grades. We
carry the largest line of harness, wagons,
carriages, etc, of any house in the city. We
have a good line of off ice supplies of all kinds.
Complete furniture for the kitchen and dining
room. We carry in stock every item the
builder or contractor needs.
SEE IIS BEFORE MAKING YOUR PURCHASES

OCALA. FLORIDA.

When in Need of

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mrsi uass nimons

Write or Call on
Ocala, Florida

Estimates Furnished on Work in Any Part oi the State
WE ISSUE COUPONS ON THE FREE PIANO CONTEST,
ASK FOR THEM. PHONE 26
25 1-2 S. Main St. Ocala, Florida

What makes more happiness than sitting around the glow glowing
ing glowing coals, especially if they be burning In a handsome heating
stove?
Onr heaters will (one up that room and be an ornament as
well as a contort.
When you buy your stove or range Irom us you will buy a
reliable make.
RIIsiiPiloini Mandlvaiipe Co.
OCALA. FLORIDA.

There was a bull bellow of rage from
the room tbey had just left, and Lid Lid-gerwooj
gerwooj Lid-gerwooj harried his companion into
the first refuge that offered, whi-h
chanced to be the trainmaster's room

corridor came the taller of the two
garroters, holding his mask in place as
he ran. with McCloskey, Judson and
all but one or two of the others in hot
pursuit.
Notwithstanding the fugitive gained
the stair and fell rather than ran to
the bottom. There was the crash of

a bursting door, a soldierly command
of "Ilaltr the crack of a cavalry rifle,
and McCloskey came back, wiping his
homely face with a bandanna.
"They got him he said. And then,
seeing Eleanor for the first time, his
jaw dropped, and he tried to apologize.
"Excuse me. Miss Brewster. I didn't
have the least idea you were up here."
"Nothing matters now," said Eleanor,
pale to the lips. "Come in here and
tell us about It And and is mamma
safe?"
"She's downstairs in the Nadia with
the others, where 1 supposed you
were,. McCloskey began, but Lidger Lidger-wood
wood Lidger-wood heard the feet of those who were
carrying Flemister's body from the
chamber of horrors, and, quickly shut shutting
ting shutting the door on sight and sounds,
started the trainmaster on the story
which must be made to last until the
way was clear of things a woman
should not see.
"Who was the tall man?" he asked.
"I thought he was Ilallock I called

him Ilallock-"
The trainmaster shook his head.
"They're about the same build, but we
were all off wrong, Mr. Lidgerwood
way off. It's been Gridley Gridley
and his side partner, Flemister, all
along. Gridley was the man who
Jumped the passenger at Crosswater
hills and took up the rail to ditch
Clay's freight, with Hallock chasing
him and trying to prevent it. Gridley
was the man who helped Flemister
last night at Silver Switch, with Hal Hal-lock
lock Hal-lock trying again to stop him and Jud Judson
son Judson trying to keep tab on Hallock and
getting him mixed up with Gridley at
every turn, even to mistaking Grid Grid-ley's
ley's Grid-ley's voice and his shadow on the win

dow curtain for Hallock's. Gridley
was the man who stole the switch en engine
gine engine and ran it over the old Wire Sil Silver
ver Silver spur to the mine to sell It to
Flemister for his mine power plant.
They've got It boxed up and running
there right now. Gridley is the man
who has made all this s'trike trouble,
bossing the Job to get you out and to
get himself in so he could cover up
his thieveries. Gridley was the man
who put up the job with Bart Ruf Ruf-ford
ford Ruf-ford to kill you, and Judson mistook
his voice for Hallock's that time too.
Gridley was"
"Hold on, Mac," Interrupted the su superintendent.
perintendent. superintendent. "How did you learn all
thl3?"
"Part of it through some of his men,
who have been coming over to us in
the last half hour and giving bim
away; part of It through Dick Rufford,
who- was keeping tab on bim for the
money be could squeeze out of him
afterward."
"How did Rufford come to tell you?"
"Why, Bradford that is er the two
Ruffords started a little shooting
match with Andy, and m-m well,
Bart passed out for keeps this time,
but Dick lived long enough to tell
Bradford a few things for old cow cowboy
boy cowboy times' sake, I suppose. I'll never
put it all over any man again as long
as I live, Mr. Lidgerwood, after rub rubbing
bing rubbing it into Hallock the way I did
when he was doing his level best to
help us out But it's partly his own
fault He wanted to play a lone hand,
and he was scheming to get them both
into the same frying pan Gridley and
Flemister."
Lidgerwood nodded "He had. a
pretty bitter grudge against Flemis Flemister."
ter." Flemister." "The worst a man could have." said
McCloskey soberly. Then he added:
"I've got a few thousand dollars saved
up that says that Rankin Hallock isn't
going to hang for what he did in the
other room a few minutes ago. I
knew It would come to that if the
time ever ripened right suddenly, and
T tried to find Judson to choke him
off. But John got in ahead of me."
Lidgerwood switched the subject
abruptly in deference to Eleanor's
deep breathing.

"I must take Mis3 Brewster to her
friends. Ton say the Nadia Is back?
Who moved it without orders?"

"Yes. she's back, all right, and Daw Dawson
son Dawson is the man who comes in for the
blessing. He wanted an engine need needed
ed needed one righUbad and he couldn't wait
to uncouple the car. It was Hallock
who sent that message to Mr. Leek Leek-hard
hard Leek-hard that we've been hearing so much
about and It was a beg for the loan
of a few of Uncle Sam's boys from
Fort McCook. Gridley got on to it
through Dix. and he also cut us out
of Mr. Leckhard's answer telling U3
that the cavalry boys were on 73. By
Gridley's orders the two Rnffords and
some others turned an engine loose to
run down the road for a head-ender
with tbe freight that was bringing
the soldiers. Dawson chased the run runaway
away runaway engine with the coupled up Na Nadia
dia Nadia outfit caught It Just In the nick
of time to prevent a collision with 73
and brought it back. He's down in
the car now, with one of the young
women crying on his neck, and'
Miss Brewster got up out of her
chair, found she could stand without
tottering and said: "Howard, I must
go back to mamma. She will be per perfectly
fectly perfectly frantic if some one hasn't told
her that I am Safft. iV mii aa mvnr

can't we, Mr. McCloskey? Xbe trou trouble
ble trouble is all vxer. isn't itT
The trainmaster nodded gravely.
"It's over, all but the paying of the
bHis. That rifle shot we heard a little
Epell ago settled it. No. he Isn't dead
this in answer to Lidgerwood's un unspoken
spoken unspoken question "but It will be a
heap better for all concerned If he
doesn't get over It You can go down.
Lieutenant Baldwin has posted his men
around the shops and thcCrow's Nest"
Together they left the shelter of the
trainmaster's room and passed down
the dark stairs and out upon the plat platform,
form, platform, where the cavalrymen were
mounting guard. There was no word
spoken by either until they reached the
Nadia's forward vestibule, and then It
was Lidgerwood who broke the silence
to say. "I have discovered something
tonight Eleanor I'm not quite all the

different kinds of a coward i tnougni
I was."
"Don't tell me" she said in keen self
reproach, and her voice thrilled him
like the subtle melody of a passion
song. "Howard, dear, I I'm sitting in
sackcloth -and asnes. I saw it all with
my own eyes, and I could neither run
nor scream. Oh. it was splendid! I
never dreamed that any man could rise
by the sheer power of his will to such
a pinnacle of conmpre. Does that make
amend just a little? And won't you
come to breakfast with us in the morn morning
ing morning ami M me tell you afterward how
miserable I've been how I fairly nag nagged
ged nagged father into bringing thi3 party put
here so th;it I might have an excuse to
-to"-
He forgot the fierce strife so lately
ended, forgot the double victory he had
won.
"But but Van Lew." he stammered
-"he told me that you that he" And
then he took her In bis arms and kiss kissed
ed kissed her. while a young man with a

bandaged head a man who answered
to the name of Jack Benson and who
was hastening up to get permission to
go home to Faith Dawson turned his
back considerately and walked away.
"What were you going to say about
Herbert?" she murmured when he let
her have breath enough to speak with.
Ml was merely going to remark that

he can't have yon now. not if he were
ten thousand times your accepted lov lover."
er." lover."
She escaped from his arms and ran
lightly up the steps of the private car.
And from the safe vantage ground of
the half opened door she turned and
mocked him.
-Silly boy." she said softly. "Can't
you read print when it's large enough
to shout at all the world? Herbert and
Carolyn have been 'announced for
more than three months, and they are
to be married when we get back to
New York. That's alL Good night,
and don't you dare to forget your
breakfast engagement!"

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STRAIN TOO GREAT

Hundred of Oca la Rrader Find Dally
Toll a Burden
The hustle and worry of business
men,
The hard work and stooping of
workmen,
The .woman's household cares,
Are too great a strain on the kid kidneys.
neys. kidneys. Backache, headache, dizziness,
Kidney troubles, urinary troubles
follow.
An Ocala citizen tell3 you how to
cure them.
M. Peterson, 177 N. Magnolia street,
Ocala, Fla., says: 'I can say that I
have been greatly benefited by Doan's
Kidney Pills and I do not hesitate to
recommend them. I was annoyed by a
lame back and pains through ray kid kidneys
neys kidneys that made it hard for me to stoop.
I used two boxes of Doan's Kidney
Tills and they certainly did me a world
of good. My kidneys were strengthen strengthened
ed strengthened and the pain and soreness In my
back was removed."
For sale by all dealers. Price i0

cents. Foster-MIlburn Co., Buffalo, ri.
Y., sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.

JERRY BURNETT
THE TAILOR
Who Is Now In Ills w Bulldlne;,
Corner South First and Magnolia
Street Phone 73

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ANTHONY

Anthony, Oct. 5. The sad news

reached here last week of the death
of Mrs. A. Pf if f er, well known in this
CDrmmunity, having made here home

here a number of years. She died
near Winter Park of pellagra.

Rev. J., L. Folsom preached at the

Methodist church Sunday morning and
evening to a large congregation. : He
and his wife left Tuesday for Burbank,

where he will hold a week's meeting.
Mrs. W. W. Howell left Wednesday
for Waldo to attend the Epworth

League and Sunday school convention

as a delegate from this place.
Miss Florence Harvey and sister
from Cedar Keys are making their
parents an extended visit.
Mr. Barnwell has gone to Savannah
to attend the funeral of his oldest sis sister.
ter. sister.
Another bride and groom made their
appearance "when Mr. Ed Boon brought
his young wife home from Tampa last
Monday.
Aren't we paying a marshal to keep
order? Why is it a drunken man can
run his horse up and down the streets,
yelling like a wild Indian and no steps
taken to stop H? Now Mr. Marshal,
those things ought not to be. We are
living in an incorporated town and we
believe in peace and order.
Mrs. E. H. Swain and family arriv arrived
ed arrived Wednesday to spend the winter in
our town. We are always glad to wel welcome
come welcome them back.

JAMES C. DAHLMAX,
"COWBOY" MAYOR OF OMAHA,
"THROWS THE L.ARIAT

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND BUILDER

Careful Estimates Made on All Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.

Foley Kidney Pills
TONIC IN ACTION QUICK IN RESULTS
Give prompt, relief from BACKACHE,
KIDNEY and BLADDER TROUBLE,
RHEUMATISM, CONGESTION of the
KIDNEYS, INFLAMMATION of ths
BLADDER and all annoying URINARt
IRREGULARITIES. A positive boon to
MIDDLE AGED and ELDERLY
PEOPLE and for WOMEN.
HAVE HIGHEST RECOMMENDATION
8. A. Dari?, 627 Washins-ton St ConnercTille,
In!., is in hia 85th year. He writes U3: "I have
lately suffered much from my Inducts and blad bladder
der bladder I had severe backaches and my kidney action
was too freqtient, can-Tin? me to loss much sleep
at night, and in my bladder there was constant
pain. I took Foley Kidney Pills for some time,
and am now free of all trouble and again abie to
be up and around. Foley Kidney PilU have my
tiff hast recommendation."
FOR SALE RY COURT PHARMACY

Mayor Jas. C. Dahlman started his
career as a cowboy, and is at present
mayor of Omaha, and has the follow following
ing following record: Sheriff of Dawes county,
Neb., three terms; mayor of Chadron,
eight years; mayor of Omaha six
years, and in 1910 candidate for gov governor
ernor governor of Nebraska. Writing to Foley
& Co., Chicago, he says: "I have tak taken
en taken Foley Kidney Pills and they have
given me a great deal of relief so I
cheerfully recommend them." Yours
truly, (signed) James C Dahlman. For
sale at the Court Pharmacy.

ESTRAY XOTICE

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 eye3. Rather large head.
Will answer to name of "Clark." Had
collar on when last seen with city
license tag riveted on and "W. F. Me
on tag. Liberal reward paid for re return
turn return of dog to Ocala Wagon Works.

XF.VER OCT OF WORK

The busiest little things ever made
are Dr. King's New Life Pills. Every
pill is a sugar-coated globule of health
that changes weakness into strength,
languor into energy. brain-fag into
mental power; curing constipation,
headache, chills, dyspepsia, malaria.
Only 25c at Tydings & Co.

LOST, STRAYED OR STOLE

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,
Fla. 9-6-dwlm

You are not experimenting on your

self when you take Cbamberlai&'s
Cough Remedy for a cold as that prep preparation
aration preparation has won its great reputation
and extensive sale by its remarkable
cures of colds, and can always be de depended
pended depended upon. It is equally valuable
for adults and children and may be
given to young children with implicit
confidence as it contains no harmful
drug. Sold by all dealers.

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ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY
LOIIETTO (Near 3Iandarin) 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 dines. Healthy location. Mag

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, t

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Atlantic City, N. J., and return. On sale Oct. 4, 5, 7. Limit Oct. 11.
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