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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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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EVENINQ

A Solid Carload of Chairs Has Just
Been Received
AH Priced Chair Among Them
IIMCII CO.
RoekJB Chairs, Willow mtkXZ C-Ii
Chairs, Dials Chairs, Low, ,-.
- la a Mi H!Sh Grade Cludrs.
Call aa See Theat
TEIE FURNITURE MEX
VOL. 18.
OCA LA. FLOKIDA, MONDAY, OCTOBEK 16, 191L
NO. 118.
THE FURNirURIS MEN

FOR HEARTBURN, Sour Belching, Poor Ap Appetite
petite Appetite and Constipation, you need
SI HI MOWS
RED 2
LIVER REGULATOR
(THE POWDEK FORM)
It sweetens the stomach and purifies the bowels. It is a fine tonic
for a torpid liver. Helps digestion, makes you feel bright, vigorous
and cheerful.
SOLO BY OCALSSS. PSIC. LAMS PACKAOS. SI.OO.
Aik for the jrenoia with the Bed Z on the label. If you cannot get It remit to o, ve will
end by mail postpaid. Simmon Liver fcegnhttor i pot op also in liiuiJ form fur thou who prefer
it. trice, f UN per bottle. Look for the feed X. label.
J. H. ZEILfN A. CO.. PROPS.. ST. LOUIS. MO.

FULLER & AVER
DENTAL SURGEONS
Office OFer Munroe & Chambliss B'k.
OCAIiA FLORIDA
TERMS. CASH.

EARLY ORANGES MAY BE
Ifflll 111 Oil

j. E. GHAGE
PENT AL SURGEON
f looms f), 10 and 11, Second Floor,
Holder Block,
OCA LA - FLORIDA
'TERMS. CASH
L F, BLALOGK
P EiVT AL SURGEON
Office- Oyer Commercial Bank
OCAfcA . FliORIDA
Office Honrs, H tp 2 a. m. 1 to 5
p. pi. Phone 211.
TERMS. CASIL

F. E. McCLANE
'- Physician and Surgeon
General Practice Calls Made Prompt Promptly.
ly. Promptly. XMiftht or Day.
Special Attention to Obstetrics, Dis Dis-eases
eases Dis-eases of Women and Children.
Office Rooms 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6, Holder
Building, Second Floor. Phones.
Office No. 333; Residence No. 333

WceNMary 10 Clet Tbein Out of fbe AVjiv

of tbe Later Varieties
Tampa. Oct. Iti. Shippers may pre-

are to besin moving about October

Oth, Parson Drown and similar early

varieties. mature and edible, and

hould ship as fast as possible in order

to clean up the crop and make way
for later varieties in November.

Prosecutions for shipment of imma

ture fruit will be rigid as heretofore,
but early varieties should be cleaned
up before general movement begins,
lloxes containing early varieties should
be plainly stamped with name of
variety to protect against seizure at

Termination and confiscation of mis-

branded boxes.

Will later wire information as to the

best timtj for movement of ordinary
varieties in ample time to protect
shippers against delay. little exchange

fruit will move yet. its policy being to
only move fruit at its best, but out outsiders
siders outsiders are hereby- iven opportunity to
ship their fruit as soon as legally per-

missahle. Florida .Citrus Exchange.

. G. J, PHILLIES

Contractor and Builder

'fqs una Specifications Furnished

Upon Request.
120 South Third Street
OCA LA FLORIDA

M'lVER & MAG KAY
Funeral Directors

Undertakers and Embalmers

Fine Caskets and Burial Robes

Af iFHFjD K. OWK Funeral Director.

All Work Done by Licensed Ena
balmers and Fully Guaranteed.

EDWARD DRAKE
CIVIL ENGINEER,
DRAUGHTSMAN

AND CONTRACTOR
Accurate Building nans. Blue Prints

and Specifications made. Lands Sur

veyed and Platted. Close Estimates

made on Erection of Buildings of any

character by' contract or on commls
sjoH ta(s. vrire or consult me at
Jlq...- 27t Holder JUoefc.
OCA LA ? FLORIDA

MONTEZUMA BARBER SHOP

W. P. BLESCH, Proprietor.

Business Men's Kayorlte Place Reop

ened by r Veteran.
CALL AND SEK rHM

TAKK YOMt (OMMOV

COLDS SKHIOUSLY
Common cods, severe and frequent.

lay the foundation of chronic diseased
conditions of the nose and throat, and
may develop Into bronchitis, pneumon

ia, and consumption. For all coughs

anl colds in children and in grown

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

AMERICA'S GREAT ARMADAS

Mobilization of Atlnnfl? m( lUicific

Feel wtj Their Hespeetive
f'onsts Xeil MonH
Washington, IX C. Oct. 18. The

mobilisation of the Atlantic and Pacific

fieeta at New York and L09 Angeles

Oct. 30, to Nov. 13, will mark the

gathering of the greatest "force that

ever floated In the waters of this

hemisphere.

This probably will be the last as

sembling of present day warships with

the United States of America stand

ing second in the list of great marl marl-time
time marl-time powers. For it is certain that

at hp rate of development of the ship

building plans of Germany that nation

within three years at least will move

up to second place, unless Oongress

should see fit to authorize each year

additions to the American navy to at

least double those now provided for

by the exjstina naval program, which
contemplates the construction of but

two battleships yearly.
The Navy Department mde public
the full Jlst of the vessels to be as assembled
sembled assembled for the great reviews at New
York and Los Angeles, and while the
number combined does not equal the
135 vessels reviewed by the German
Emperor at Kiel last summer, the 126
American ships with their tremendous
displacement of 693.844 tons, are really
more powerful than theOerm;n fleet.
Tb Atlantic Fiet
Th! Atlantic fleet will comprise 102

vessels of all classes with a total dis-

placement-of tons, and the Pa

cine fleet, twenty-four vessels of 116.-

243 ton. The combined fleets wijl in

elude thirty-two armored ships, while
the German fleet numbered twenty twenty-nine.
nine. twenty-nine. The American battleships will
number twenty-five, and the armored

cruisers six. while the German fleet

included twenty-three battleships and

six armored cruisers.

DR. J. T. SHAW, VETERINARIAN
Graduate of the United States Col Col-IN?P
IN?P Col-IN?P lf Veterinary Surgeons,
WASHINGTON, P- C
located sf tbe Jones Hospital on Strath
First Street, West
QCALA, FLORIDA.
All Calls Promptly Answered.
V. C. BLANCH ARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
PLANS FURNISHED
ON APPLICATION
P. O. BO 40 OCALA. FLA.
JERRY BURNETT
THE TAILOR
Who 'is Xott n Ills New Ilnildlng,
Corner South First and Magnolia
streets Phone 73

FALL SAMPLES AND STYLE

BOOKS AUG

Call and look them over and
give your order now for a
handsome fall tailor made
suit of clothes

FOLEY'S KIDNEY REMEDY

VS. A HOPELESS CASE

Hon. Ark. E. Fcemau au s: 'I had
a seyerp east of kidney trouble and

could not work and my case seemed

hopeless. One large bottle of Foley's

Kidney Remedy cured me and I have
never been hothered since. I always
recommend it." For sale at the Court

Pharmacy.

PERPETRATED BY WALT ANPDOUGALL

ffYV) jvT MOTHER, LET
Wjp tfftXJ ME WASH rjT

ANSWERS.
Jesse: Bottle Creek was so
named on accounT of the
breakfast feuds orirfinatinc

there.

EAT

SUDDEN SHOCKS.

Opera music con always be
Known by the fdet thai you

thistle it. Silly Bill.

( A QtKM PUT A HAN'S SV!
.-1 WASH ON THE ,3

THE FATHERS DAY AFTER

rr

ADAM'5 WASH

Fte;Ci1olliS buy artificial tee
rOiowind its not the real thlnnf

Theyrehepilricyht.

can't m

fc
'

1 OUR MUViNG PlGTUHtTHE FlRS

r ATTEMPT TO DISPOSE OF PQRHRIO, THE NOISY MUTT

IIS IN FIT II

w Yorks UeMtetl the Pbllles In fh

HeKiiiuiiiK of the World' Serle
In llaxeball
New York, Oct. ir. In the presence

of what was probably the greatest

throng of baseball enthusiasts ever
gathered together, the National pen

nant winners, the New YJork Ctiauti,,
defeated the Ameiiean Leuaiie title-

holdera. Philadelphia Athletics ly
a so'u'co of two to one in th Hfal
game of the series for thn world's base

ball championship of 1S11 at the polo

rounds yesterday. The battle w:-li

hard fought throughout M'ith fnal hon honors
ors honors doubtful up to nep the end.

The sot'oiitl same takes place at

Philadelphia today.

Tampa late last iishi in an automo
bile.
'rue two men had a heated argument J
over the meanirisr of the words "angry"

and "mad." Poth attempted to show,
it appears, his own version of the re respective
spective respective words with an onslaught on
the other with the result that the Cu Cuban
ban Cuban settled the matter madly after, his
arger had been well kindled. TarnV1
Tribune.

DEAFNESS CANNOT HE CURED

by ooal applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.

There is only one way to cure deaf

ness, 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 h,av? a
rumbling sound or imortet hearing,
and when it 3 entirely closed, deaf deaf-ndis
ndis deaf-ndis is the result, and unless the in inflammation
flammation inflammation can be taken but 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, CX
Sold by druggists. 75c. Take Hall's
Family Pills for constipation.
JOHN WALSH OFT OF JAIL

Ci LI 1 I E X I TES OX THE CiO

Marieri Their Cars from Xetv York to

Jacksonville Saturday
New York, Oct. 15. With much
honking of horns, the sixty-five cars
which will essay the Glidden tour from
New York to Jacksonville, got away
in good shape yesterday morning, tym
Fifth avenue an4 Thirty-ninth tit.
and sped across jowii.
Thrr-e are nineteen teams in the
contest. It was thought that eighty
automobiles would siart. but the num number
ber number simmered down to sixty-five.
President Cooper of the American Au Automobile
tomobile Automobile Association and C. J. Glidden,
who offered the Glidden trophy, led the
way.

A MEDICINE THAT
GIVES CONFIDENCE
is Foley's Honey and Tar Compound.
Mr?. T. J. Adams. 522 N. Kansas ave avenue,
nue, avenue, Columbus, Kas.. writes: "For a
number of j-ears my children have
been subject to coughs and colds. I
used Foley's Honey and Tar Compound
and found that it cured thgir coughs
and colds, so I keep it in the house alt
the time." Itefuse substitutes. For
sale at the Court Pharmacy.

Parole for the Aged anl I ntueky hl hl-rK
rK hl-rK Financier
Kansas City, Oct. 13. John II.
Walsh, the former Chicago banker, left
for his home last nlght.- After spend spending
ing spending one year, eight months and twenty-six
day. in the federal prison at
Leavenworth. Kans.. on a five-year
sentence for misapplying the funds of

the Chicago National Dank, he was pa paroled
roled paroled yesterdav.

118 HE TOTEDDY

Connnciuled the Ex-Presllent's Yljjor
ap.il Decision in Dealing: With tbe
Panama Dispute
San Francisco. Oct. 15. "And even
then it might not, have been built had
it not been for the promptness and
energy of Theodore Roosevelt,"- said
President Taft during his speech here
last night at the banquet in his honor.
TJie president was speaking of the
Panama canal. This tribute to, the
former president brought the more

than a thousand -participants at the
dinner to. their feet and they cheered
hath the former and present presi president.
dent. president. Continuing, President Taft said
the Spanish-American war was direct directly
ly directly responsible for the United States
later on taking up the building of the
canal. He says the canal is necessary
to-thls country.

J AMES C. D IILM AN,
COWBOY! MAYOR OF OMIfA,
"THROWS THE LHIAT

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 term: 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 Pharmacv.

SAVED HIS MOTHER'S LIFE
"Four doctors had given me up,"
writes Mrs. Taura Gaines, of Avoca,
Ia., "and my children ami my friends
were looking for me to die, when my
son insisted thru 1 use Electric Bit Bitters.
ters. Bitters. .1 dl so, and they have done me
a wold of good. L will always praise
them." Electric Fitters is a priceless
blessing to women troubled with faint fainting
ing fainting and dizzy speljs, backache, head headache,
ache, headache, 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 T.Oc at Tydings &
Company.

OWEX WISTKi: IS ALIVE

Report of IIIh Paxsinc Away Seems to
have Been Much Kxagrgcraled
Philadelphia. Oct. 16. The Wiste?
family states that the announcement
of the death of Owen Wister, thts noted
novelist, in Wyoming was a mistake.
He is in Wyomtns but is enjoying ex excellent
cellent excellent hi-aith.

HEAD THIS
Jacksonville. 111. I am a farmer and
was suffering with acute kidney trou trouble,
ble, trouble, could not get up or down for rheu rheumatic
matic rheumatic pains in back and hips. A dollar
bottle of Hall's Texas Wonder, of 2926
Olive street, St. Louis, Mo., cured me.
Frank Murgatroyd.
Sold by all druggists.

1H II! tifS

Atlantic Cast Line Will Run a Good
Montr Train frnm Hlcnnmnd
to Tampa
The Tampa Times says: Announce Announcement
ment Announcement has been made that the Atlantic
Coast Line will operate a good roads
train over its entire system, starting
from Richmond, Va., on November 2?..
This news will be welcomed, as it will
mean a great deal not only for the
state of Florida at large, but especial especially
ly especially for this section. The announce'
ment was given out from the office of
the agricultural and immigration
agent at the Wilmington headquarters
a few days ago.
The train will consist of two coach coaches,
es, coaches, one of which will contain models
operated by- electricity, of road work working
ing working machinery, while the other will, be

so arranged that lectures can be de delivered,
livered, delivered, with stereopticon illustrations.
A private car will also be attached to
the train for the accommodation of
government road engineers, and other
officials. This train will be one of the
most elaborately equipped of this kind
ever sent out by the Atlantic Cta?t
Line.
The train will make from one to
two stops in each county, through
which the road runs In Virginia. North'
Carolina. South Carolina, Georgia, Al Alabama
abama Alabama and Florida. It is expected that
the train will be in this city about
December 1st.

KICKED BY A MAD HORSE
Samuel Dirsch, of Deetown, Wis., had
a most narrow escape from losing his
leg, as no doctor- could heal the fright frightful
ful frightful sore that developed, but at last
Bueklen's Arnica Salve cured it com completely.
pletely. completely. Its the greatest Tiealer of ul ulcers,
cers, ulcers, burns, boils, eczema, scalds, cuts,
corns, cold-sores, bruises and piles on
earth. Try it 23c at Tydings & Ce.

OKLAHOMA BOY PINED
FOR AN EDI CATION

Lone Grove, Okla., Oct. 16. Tommy
Ward, fourteen years old, shot himself
through the heart last night beeause
he was compelled to piek cotton and
was not allowed to go to schooL The
boy left a note to his mother In which
he said he was tired of picking cotton.
His dead body was found by his
mother in the cotton field with a
school book beside It.

AVI TOR INCINERATED

STUDENT .USED A STILETTO

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

LlngruKtic Debate at Southern Voiles
Ended n Murder
Jose Iopez, a Spaniard, twenty-one
years old, employed as a carpenter on
the dormitory of Southern College, was
stabbed to death late yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon at Sutherland by Jose It. Fuen Fuen-tes,
tes, Fuen-tes, a Cuban, student at th- college.
Fuentes was arrested and brought to

Berne, Switzerland. Oct. IZ. Hans
Schmidt, an aviator, was killed yester yesterday
day yesterday while making an exhibition fiiaht.
His machine feli one hundred and fifty
feet, the gasoline exploding and the
aviator was incinerated.

Foley kidney pills
supplr just the ingredients needed to
build up, strengthen and restore the
natural action of the kidneys and
bladder. Specially prepared for back backache,
ache, backache, headache, nervousness, rheuma rheumatism
tism rheumatism and all kidney, bladder and uri urinary
nary urinary irregularities. For sale at the
Court Pharmacy.

You are not experimenting on your yourself
self yourself when you take Chamberlain'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 ii 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.

NOTICE

Bids are now open for the construc construction
tion construction of the sewer which is to be built
from Magnolia to May street. Send
all bids to G. A. Carmiehaei or J. H.
Taylor.

Biliousness is due to a disordered
condition of the stomach. Chamber Chamber-Iain's
Iain's Chamber-Iain's Tablets are essential to act on

ftha: organ: to cleanse it, strengthen it.

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

VAtUES Ftifi": 1M

Bonar $3.00 Hats
Emery Shirts
Stetson Shoes
Sweet, Orr & Com Company's
pany's Company's Trousers

LLd LI

D

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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,
24 Inches Long, 24 Inches Wide, $12.50
I can get you any length, width, style or color of
Plume at Attractive Prices. Call and examine the
ones now cm display.
MISS MARY AFFLECK

Commercial Bank Block

Ocala. Florida

THIS IS A SIGNED GUARANTEE OF SAT SATISFACTION
ISFACTION SATISFACTION BY THE MANUFACTURERS OF

nn

White, Wile & Warner, makers of the famous W-W-W Ring, au authorize
thorize authorize the retailer to sell their Rings with an absolute guarantee of
satisfaction. This guarantee includes the STONES STAYING IN (ex (except
cept (except diamonds). If, however, the stones should come out, the maker re replaces
places replaces them absoluteb free of charge. The ring is guaranteed In every
detail. If you wish to buy a ring that will give you entire satisfaction
and much pleasure, we suggest that you buy W-W-W rings. Look for
the mark W-W-W on the inside. W-W-W rings guaranteed solid gold.
WHITE, WILE & WARNER
Makers of Rings "In Which the Stones Do Stay In
Buffalo, N. Y. -A
Large Selection oi Rings to Select From

LOW'S CANDIES

We have just received a fresh shipment of these favor-'
ite candies in 5c. and 10c. packages, which contain
Chocolates, Chocolate Creams, Chocolate
Almons and Chocolate Cherries.
Also a large assortment of Chewing Gum.

IRION

GROCERY

MY

J. C. GEIGER, Manager.

TELEPHONE 114.

For indigestion or sour stomacH use
Dlgestit at the Court Pharmacyi

ook is poi)
for our patrons to select their
own fashions. We show them
a splend id selection of up-to
date designs in the finest
fabrics, and we make a Suit
to measure with the under understanding
standing understanding that it fits or there is
no sale We want to make you
a trial suit, beeause we know
we will have your future cus custom
tom custom afterwards.

THE JEFFCOAT TAILORING CO.
IlERCOANT TAILORS CCAlA. FlCi

Oule IB

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OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1911.

OGALA EVENING STAR

Blttlnger & Carroll, Proprietors.
B. R. CarrrolL Business Manager.
J. H. Benjamin, Editor.

JOIIV MARSHALL HARLA5
One of the greatest men in the Unit United
ed United States died when the long- and use useful
ful useful life of Associate Justice John Mar Marshall
shall Marshall Harlan ended at his home in
Washington Saturday.
Justice Harlan was seventy-eight

rears of age. He was taken ill last
Monday, when he contracted a severe

cold- He attended court on that day.

but was so 111 the next day that he

was compelled to absent himself from

the bench. Wednesday bronchitis de

veloped and it gradually became worse
until it had reached the acute stage.
The aged justice, whose physique had

bMam rather frail, was iinable to

withstand the ravages of the disease.

All the members of the family were
at the bedside when he sank peace

fully intoeternal slumber.

John Marshall Harlan, doyen of the

associate Justices of the United States
supreme court, was born in Boyle
cAuniv. Kcntuckv. June 1. 1933. He

received his education at Center Col College.
lege. College. Kentucky, from which he grad graduated
uated graduated in 1850, at the age of seventeen.

Then he began to study law with his
father and later at the law school of
Transylvania-University, in Lexington.
Ky. He began to practice in Frank Frankfort
fort Frankfort before he was of age and so rapid

was his progress that In 185g, at the

age of twenty-five, he occupied the po

sition of county judge.

When the civil war broke out, Mr
Harlan decided to join the Union army

He raised the 10th Kentucky regiment

of infantry and became Its colonel

With his regiment he was mustered

Into the service in November. 1861.

President Hayes offered Mr. Harlan

a prominent position in the diplomat

Ic service, but the offer was declined

A few months later Mr. Harlan was

appointed associate Justice of the su

preme court of the United States. Time

has shown the wisdom of his appoint

ment. Justice Harlan became one of

the strongest and most highly respect

ed members of the nation's highest
tribunal. His opinions have given him
a place among the great Jurists of the

country, whose words will be read as

long as that court continues. His dls

senttng opinions especially have given

additional evidence of his independ

ence of thought and of his sound pow powers
ers powers of logic.
Mr. Harlan was married December
23, 1856. to Miss Malvina F., daughter
of John Shanklin, of Evansvllle,, Ind.,
and upon the occasion of their golden
wedding in 1906 the Justice and his
wife were overwhelmed with tokens of
esteem from all parts of the country.
The widow and five grown children
survive him.

Oeala fojn Won After a Hard Coat est

With University Sernba
The Ocala High School football team

won the first game they played this
year which was with the scrub team
frotfi .the University of Florda at

Gainesville on Saturday.

About 1 o'clock a slow, steady rain

set in which kept up all the afternoon

making it better for the boys than if it

had been a hot. sunshiny day. The
game was called a little late on ac

count of the crowd coming so slow.

At 3:45 Referee Pyle blew his whittle

and the game started with the scrubs
kicking to Ocala. Ocala gained a lit

tle on the first two downs and. then

Full-back Davis punted to the scrubs,
who lost the ball to Ocala. On the
first two downs Oeala made big gains

and on the next down Davis was called

for an end run. The scrubs thinking

GREAT GAME IV GAINESVILLE

I ill CRISIS"

A $abjeet of National Import Pro Pro-poontlH
poontlH Pro-poontlH by a Speaker of
National Note
At the Temple Theater this evening.
ex-Governor and Senator Klect James
K. Vardaman of Mississippi will ?peak
on "The Impending Crisis," a lecture
dealing with the race problem, which
if one of the mot difficult question
the nation has to deal with.
In hearing Mr. Vardaman, you will
not only be l!.tf-ninz to a forceful and
eloquent speaker, one who can give
you many new ideas and present the
old ones from an original standpoint,
but to a man of national prominence,
one whom it will be worth while to

MR. DellERRY'S TRIBUTE
TO WOOORUW WILSON'

the play was going to be a drop kick ay of, in the future, that you once
for a field goal, left their ends unpro- heard him speak. Men like Vardaman
tected and Davis had no trouble is are not heard and seen often, for even

making a touchdown around Ocala's at the national capital, focus of leal-

right end. Quarter-back Newsom hadjing men, statesmen of his forceful and

no trouble in kicking goal from a very j brilliant personality are not numerous.

difficult angle, which made the score So his appearance at the Temple this
six to nothing in Ocala's favor. Neither J evening is an event that no one can

side scored after this. afford to miss

The game was just a case of kick Tickets are on sale at the Court

and buck from this time on and at no! Pharmacy, and if you go you should

time was Ocala's goal in any danger j be in your seat early, for it will not

from the scrubs. The last quarter was do to have confusion in the house

the hardest fought and at thi.s time 1 while the distinguished orator is

the scrubs played their hardest, only j .speaking.

letting Ocala cross the middle of the

field once.

All of the boys played well and they

deserve great credit for beating this
fast team. The next game will be

played in Ocala Saturday. Oct. 21st,
with Orlando.

The boys playing this year are as
follows: Olaf Zewadski, L. E.; Pat
Anderson, L. T.; Raymond Bullock, R.

G.; Leslie Anderson, C; William Camp,

R. G.; "General" Woods, R. T.; Robert
Clarkson, R. E. ; Wiley Burford, R. H.;
Nick Fleekinstlne, L. '11.; Norton Da Davis,
vis, Davis, F. B. ; W. V. Newsom. Q. B. Rubs.
Pete Mcintosh. Harrold Dunn, Clifford
Peabody and Sam Smith. I F. Sav Sav-arese,
arese, Sav-arese, coach.
Following is the schedule which our
high school team hopes to play this
season:
Oct. 2l3t, Orlando in Ocala.
Oct. 28th, HUlsboro High School in

Ocala

1

ARE

YOU

DUG

(Jacksonville Metropolis)
It remained for J. Fred DeBerry of
Ocala, Fla., to grab the honors for
writing the first song in the approach approaching
ing approaching presidential campaign, and with a
spirit of true democracy, he has thrown
his efforts to furthering the nomina nomination
tion nomination of Governor Woodrow Wilson of
New Jersey. The music of the song is
catchy and will no doubt prove a pop popular
ular popular melody with the masses, especial especially
ly especially when the campaign really opens.
The following letters explain the ap appreciation
preciation appreciation of Governor Wilson and
Chairman Grosscup, secretary of the
New Jersey democratic convention:
"Sept. 7th. 1911.
"My Dear Mr. DeBerry:

"I believe your kind letter of August
25th has already been acknowledged

m my absence. I wish that I had a

photograph at hand to send you at
once in recognition of your great kind kindness,
ness, kindness, for I appreciate the enclosed song

very much, but the best I can do is to

send an order for one. which I hope
will" reach you without undue delay.
"Cordially yours.
"Woodrow Wilson."
"August 30th, 1911.
"Mr. J. Fred DeBerry. Ocala, Fla.:

"Dear Sir I am in receipt of your
favor of August 26th. addressed to me

as chairman of the democratic state
committee. I wish to compliment you

on the 'song and say that I have re

ferred your letter to Governor "Wilson;

he will answer the same from Tren

ton.
"Thanking you for the interest you
are taking in his behalf, I am,
"Very truly yours,
"Edward E. Grosscup."

0

ill

Mr. nicest Announce Ills Candidacy
for the Circuit Coart
Clerkaalp
In a circular leter Issued today. Mr.

P. H. Nugent announces that he is a

candidate for the office that for many
years has so efficiently abeen held by
Mr. S. T. Sistrunk.
It is not the Star's policy to take
sides in county contests. It is partic particularly
ularly particularly disinclined to o so in this case
where both are among the best of citi citizens
zens citizens and valued personal friends. Mr.
Nugent is a very popular man has
made himself so by strict attention to
hi3 obligations as a citizen and duties
as an of SeiaL He filled the office of
sheriff for several years, during which
time no fault that this paper has heard
of was alleged against him. He has
numerous friends in every corner of
the county, and -will certainly make a
good race.
On the other hand. Mr. Sistrunk has
made an almost" ideal official. His
friends are legion, and it will be hard
work to capture from him the office
he has held "so long.

a

ANOTHER DISAPPEARANCE.
OF R. M. 4IECKARD

Every person should have

an ideal, a standard, a goal

of achievement toward which

he should constantly strive.

Place your earnings in our

Nov. 4th, Duvai High school in jack- Savings Department and use

son ville. rr j i i

Nov. 11th, Florida scrubs in Ocala. ail your eilOrif lO aCCUIIl 11 I.IUJ

Nov. 18th, Hillsboro High School at fnrf,lnft. A dollar starts

lampa. i

Nov. 25th, Duval High School in YOU, the rest IS eaSV.

, I

wcaia.

Dec. 4th or 11th

Cove Springs.

OCA I A SCHOOL OF MUSIC

THE CASE OF SHERIFF SMITH
There Is a class of people in this
world who have always been so well
guarded against danger and had so
little experience with the criminal
element that they have very little Idea
of the duties and the dangers of the
men who are principally responsible
for their safety.
Sheriff Smith of Volusia county, a
brave officer against whom no com complaint
plaint complaint has heretofore been heard, shot
and killed, a few days ago. a man
who was under arrest, and who was
trying to escape. This man belonged
to a class with whose ill doing the
people of Marlon county are somewhat
familiar he fished In the prohibited
waters of one county and sold his
catch In another. The sheriff arrested

him. he tried to run away, the sheriff

fired a shot to intimidate him, and
the bullet struck and ended his life.
Indicted by a grand jury of the slain

man's neighbors, Sheriff Smith takes
his case to another county, where he

will be tried next month and ac acquitted,
quitted, acquitted, if justice is done.

The Incident has provoked a violent
outburst among the well-protected

class alluded to. "An officer," they

say, "should not go armed; he should

overcome resistance by physical force,
and trust to his swiftness of foot to

overtake an escaping criminal."

This variety of conversation makes

the Star weary. It proceeds from ig

norance, but from an ignorance that

has little excuse for existence.

(Sun, 15th)

The second team. University of Flor

ida, lost to Ocala at University Park

on Saturday afternoon, the score being

to 0. Captain Davis made a touch

down shortly after the game started

after which iot a point was scored,

Ocala falling to kick goal following

the touchdown. Quite a number of peo people
ple people aocompanied the eleven from

Ocala. and the attendance was good.

considering the threatening condition
of the weather.

During their stay in Gainesville

Saturday the Ocala football eleven
made their headquarters at the Brown

House. They were a jolly set. and

were genuinely jubilant over their vic-

ory.
D. W. Davis, a prominent insurance

man of Ocala, was here yesterday, and
assisted in cheering the Brick City

boys to victory in the game with the

university second team.

R. T. Adams, W. N. Camp, Jr., Mr.

and Mrs. C. Camp, Mrs. Violet Powers
and Miss Beville were among the
guests at the White House yesterday.

Robert Clarkson, son of H. B. Clark-

son of the Marion Hardware Company,
Ocala, was among the many Brick
Cityites visiting Gainesville Saturday.

Frank Drake of Ocala spent yester

day in Gainesville. He is connected

with the Camp Phosphate Companj

and was here on business for the firm.

ALMIGHTY GOOD ADVICE

A party of eight or ten Germans
representing fifty families who are

seeking homes in the Land of Flowers,

were registered at the Boyd H6use
last week. They were vshown some

good land near Otter Creek, at S3 per
acre, but decided to visit other sections

of the state before purchasing. If all

homeseekers exercised the same good

judgment of looking before buying.

there would be no disappointed kick

ers. Don't buy until you are satisfied

that the land will suit you for a home
and that you are getting the best
value for your money. Bronson

Times-Democrat.

Tne star would be glad if every

person who intends to buy land could
read and take to heart the above par

agraph. No man should cut loose

from his moorings and move to" a dis

tant state without a very good idea

where he Is going to land. A country

that may be the finest in the world to

those who are used to It may be very

different to a stranger, especially
city man.

The Ocala Star is evidently under the

Impression that It was Sid B. Sligl
that was arrested at Orlando for ship

ping immature fruit. It was his
brother. S. J. Sligh. Leesburg Com

mercial

rne fetar wasn t under any impres

sion, but found Itself over an expres expression
sion expression when it received Mr. Sligh's let

ter, which It published Saturday. The

mistake was made by the Orlando cor

respondent of the Tampa Tribune, who
wired, the Item to his paper. The -Star

stole It without any credit, and was

promptly called down. All the same,

we are glad to see that the Star makes

such an "Impression" In Leesburg.

The Florida Citrus Exchange Is

sending out a very neat little thirty

page booklet telling about the good

qualities of the Florida orange. It

an Interesting and Instructive little

booklet, until you get down to the bot

torn of page 29, when you notice that It

was "designed and printed" at Harris

burg. Pa. With a dozen print shops in
Florida capable of turning out work as

good and as cheap, why does the Flor
Ida Citrus Exchange send to Pennsyl

vania for Its printing? DeLand News

A very proper inquiry, conslderin

the modest way In which the exchange

asks Florida papers to give it free ad

vertialng. V

The Miami Metropolis announce
that by January 1st the trip from Mi

ami to Fort Myers may be made thru
the Everglades canals which will be

completed by that date.

F. M. A. at Green

OCALAXS IV OA IX ES VILLE

MUNROE

OCALA,

THE
& CHAMBLISS
BANK
- FLORIDA

The Ocala School of Music will open
its doors for the fourth annual ses session,
sion, session, October 2, 1911. It offers its pa patrons
trons patrons first-class instruction in violin,
piano and science. Any one wanting
places who havent already applied for
time, should 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.

B. M. Heckard. who for the past four

months has been in charge of the job

printing department of the" Press, left

uddenly a weekago this past Tues

day, and nothing has been heard from

him directly. His place has been filled
by Mr. Fowler of Tallahassee, who as-

umed charge of the office on Thurs

day of this week. Fort Myers Corres

pondent Tampa Times.

Mr. Heckard's family reside in

Gainesville, and he is well known in
Ocala.,

AX ENCOURAGING OUTLOOK

The Florida State College for Women
In Doing Well TbIm A ear

When in comes to

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Simnfls

B)re

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HUGHES-WICKER

Ve have got the best line in
Ocala. We are not boasting,

but the workmanship and

the style, including the qual

(Sumter County Times) ity Of the iaoriCS CanilOt be

On Sunday night. Oct. 8th. at Cole- otl TonlraA,,
an. Mr. J. E. Wicker and Miss Flor- beaten thlS Side Ot JaClvSOU

ence Hughes were united in wedlock. villp

tev. x. i. z.. tarr oinciating. .vuss
Florence is quite a favorite with all

our people, being of a sweet, mild dis

position which has endeared her to all
with whom she comes in contact. The
eroom is a vounsr man of steady habits.

industrious and equally as popular or drOSS. VOll should See Olir

witn nis irienas as tne wincome Driae

he has won.

ma

We are selling out, and if

you want to get a stylish suit

stock before you buy.

IIUICKS FAVORITES IX RL'SHXELI,

Our Ladies' Suits range in

. prices from

$4.98 TO $25.00

Cadillac to Sheriff Coleman, telegraph

ed at once for a Buick 35. The demand

is greater than the supply with the

Buick people and it will be some days
before this car will be-delivered. There
are now six Buick machines ordered

for T5nshTill business men. and everv

time an automobile horn is heard these and niOSt of them are WOrtll

people strain their eyes to see if it is
their car coming. Bushnell Corres

pondent Sumter County Times.

With the entire state press favora

ble to his candidacy, why spend the

state's money for an election. The oth

er follow can't get it; simply escort
Gov, Frank Harris to the state house,
and inaugurate him when our present

governor's term expires. Summerfield

Chronicle.

APARTMENTS FOH RENT
The second floor of the Bell apart'

ment house on Fort King avenue is
for rent. Apply to Joseph Bell at the

court house.

double.

Don't fail to see our line of

LADIES' LONG COATS

Tallahassee, Oct. 14. The Florida
State College for Women is beginning
its seventh year's session most en encouragingly.
couragingly. encouragingly. The enrollment to date
shows a considerable increase over
that of any previous year at the cor corresponding
responding corresponding time. It is also to be noted
that a larger number of girls than
heretofore has enrolled after comple completion
tion completion of work in twelfth grade high
schools.

The college enjoyed the privilege of

having two especially appreciated .vis

itors at chapel exercises Tuesday

morning-. Dr. Albert A. Murphree, pres

ident of the University of Florida, and

Mr. P. K. Yonge, chairman of the board
of control. President Murphree, after
"being presented to the students in a

few appropriate words by President

Conradi of the Florida State College
for Women, addressed the large au

dience in 'a most happy vein, bringing
kindliest greetings from the sister in
stitution, the state university, and em

phasizingthe fact that the success and
progress of the college or the univer

sity means always the success and

progress of the other. He spoke en

couraging words regarding the future
interests of these two growing state

schools.

The annual reception of the college

will be given on Monday evening, Oct.

lfith, in the rotunda and balconies of

Brvan HalL The new instructors for

the year. Miss Ella Scoble Opperman

director of the .music department

Misses Ruth A. Johnson and Sara

Webb, assistant instructors in piano

forte. Miss May Wood, instructor" in
voice. Miss Mamie E. Chreitzberg, as

sistant instructor, and Miss Ruth Rey

nolds, assistant instructor in Latin and

mathematics, will be in the receiving

line with Dr. and Mrs. Conradi. Dean

Salley. of the normal school and Mrs

Sulley. Governor Gilchrist, a great

friend of the institution and chairman-

of the State Board of Education, and

State Superintendent of Education W

M. Hollo way and Mrs. Hollo way. This

opening reception is the chief social

function of the whole scholastic pes

sion and is attended by hundreds of

friends from the city of Tallahassee

It is being pleasantly anticipated by

all.

On the evening of Monday, October

23rd, Miss Edith Moses, director of the
school of elocution, assisted by Miss
Clara Farrington, violinist and Miss
Ella S. Opperman, pianist, will give a

recital. Such recital is a regular an

nual occurrence, and this year will be

particularly enjoyable.

Rev. W. H. Zeigler, pastor of the
Presbyterian church, Tallahassee, was
a welcome visitor Tuesday morning
and conducted devotional exercises. It
is customary for the city pastors to
be present In this capacity from time
to time.
President Edward Conradi attended
the October meeting of the Board of
Control at Gainesville Monday, accom accompanied
panied accompanied by Mr. J. C. Kellum, sectary
of the board.
The Philosophical Club of the col college,
lege, college, composed 'of the male members
of the faculty, which was organized

last spring, and meets semi-monthly,
will hold its first session of the new
year tonight. A paperon an interest interesting
ing interesting theme will be presented by Prof.
A. W. Calhoun.

The Neel Armstrong Co., of Akron,

Ohio, have Installed in the offices of

Doctor McClane one of their electrical
Ozone Generators for the administra

tion of Oxylin Treatments for the re-

ief of throat and lung troubles and

for general tonic treatment.

Their demonstrator. Prof. W. E.

Plaster, is here as their representative
and will be glad to demonstrate this

scientific device to any one who may

desire to see this wonderful machine
demonstrated and tell them of the

work it will accomplish in the relief

of suffering humanity. 4

The Neel Armstrong- Co.

A. IFiiisiniDl oH tiEne
"
(CoinnuTuiisiPcnsiIl IBaini&s
asked us whether it would do the bank any good for him to deposit
a small amount only to check It out very soon. We replied that
if all our depositors would each leave an average balance of
with us or thirty days the Interest at 4 per cent would amount to
$400 for the time.
But we told him he ought to have a bask account with as 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 which tended to
make him a bigger man and better citizen. lie said then take my
money and give me acheck book, -This man has the good opinion
Of the .: :
Coinrainmeipciisill IBsum&s: i

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TO THE PURLIC

The Temple Theater :
EVERY EVENING GIVES TOE
BEST PICTURE SHOW EVER SEEN IN OCALA
Matinee every Wednesday and Saturday
Comfortable Seats and Electric Fans
i.
Change of Prcgrara Every Ni--t ...

PROGRAM FOR THIS EVENING
RICHELIEU A STRONG DRAMA WITH MANY THRILLING CLIMAXES
THE ANGEL OF THE HOUSE THE GYPSY'S WARNING

-1

If you want to find a good boarding

house at reasonable rates, call up the

Star office.

THE "FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH",

is the soda fountain m 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

th popular syrups, i ou will find it ex

hilarating, satisiying, cooling. Try It

once then you will recommend it your yourself.
self. yourself. Only Five Cents.
THE COURT PHAR3IACT
Phone 284

INCUBATOR FOR SALE

One 144-egg Cypher's incubator
complete: brand new; cost $22, first

$15 takes It. Apply Q. E. Peacock.

Star office.

FOR RENT Seven room cottage;

electric lights and bath; near primary

schooL AI30 furnished rooms. Apply-

to Mrs. Fuller. 95 South Third. 10-6t

FOR RENT House on Tort King
avenue with seven rooms and a large

House formerly occupied by Mr.

attic.

Will Gary,
derson.

Apply to Mrs. William An-

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

REGRETS ARE USELESS
After you are burned out. The wise
men prepare for the emergency of Fire
by having a rolicy to cover the possi possi-ble
ble possi-ble lojs of property through the rav-

'ages of the devouring element. Never
AGENTS WANTED First class fori mind future regrets. Have some pres pres-thls
thls pres-thls and surrounding counties, for the:ent wisdom. Little tnfles often cause
"New Standard 191 Census Atlas of Ja fire, but the resultant Io?s is no trifle.

the World." Agents make $40 to $60 it cots so little to be well and fully

per week,

Best of terms. Also agents

for low-priced, easy selling Juvenile
and holiday books. Combination out outfit
fit outfit postpaid only 20c. 50 per cent com commission
mission commission to agents. Full particulars
free. Address A. B. Kuhlman. pub publisher,
lisher, publisher, 136 West Lake St., Chicago. 111.

insured that the poor have no excuse
for not having a policy. See us about
it.
SAVARESE AND RELI
Life, Fire anil Accident Insurance.
OCALA, FLA.

0 FALL TERM OF COURT
FOR SUMTER COUNTY

On account of the unsettled condi condition
tion condition of the county site and no court
house, we understand there will be no
fall term of circuit court. Judge Bul Bullock
lock Bullock will come down at the proper
time, open court and adjourn. Sumter
County Times.

There are Two Kinds of Chill Tonlt
PLANK'S ANT OTHERS
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
AND FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE.
ASK YOUR DRUGGTST.

Chronic rheumatism contracts the
muscles, distorts the joints and un undermines
dermines undermines the strength. A powerful,
penetrating and relieving remedy will
be found in BALLARD'S SNOW LINI LINIMENT.
MENT. LINIMENT. It restores strength and sup suppleness
pleness suppleness to the aching limbs. Price 25c.
oOc and $1 per bottle. Sold by ail
druggists.

OnionSeed

We now have a plenty of

Onion Seed
White Bermuda,
Red Bermuda,.

Crystal Wax.

Prices Ten and Five Cecfs

Call op Phone 300 and Let ns Give an Estisste cn Year

PLUMB

AND ELECTRICAL WORK

IVe Guarantee to Save Yon Money oa Any Work in Car Lilts
A we employ ioif but expert we are pltla tm svaraatee ev every
ery every piece of work we coniitrvet utaad tke laapeetlaa of tae moat
rlfrid lnapeetora. It root not hint? to ret onr tguremi mmi yoa are the.
winner, whether we aeeare tae eontraet or not. Give 'an a trial.
M. W. TUCKER

PORT KING BLOCK

OCALA, FLORIDA

WALTER TRESCA

Parrish, Oct. li. Walter Tresca, the
man who was killed last night near
Dunnellon, was a resident of this place.
He was twenty-six years of age, and
unmarried. He has two brothers, one
residing at Lake City, another at
Jacksonville. Tampa Times.

NEVER OUT OP 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.

3EW CROP SEEDS

I have just received a fresh lot of
the new crop, garden, flower and field
seed. Wm. Anderson, Druggist, Ocala.

OCALA SEED STORE

Don't trifle with a cold is good ad advice
vice advice for prudent men and women. It
may be vital In case of a child. There
is nothing better than Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy for coughs and colds In
children. It. Is safe and sure. For sale
by all druggists.

CP-Io-WATE MAT

,

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

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Food.

After exposure, and when you, feel
a cold coming on, take Foley's, Honey
and Tar Compound. It checks and re relieves.
lieves. relieves. Use no substitute. The gen genuine
uine genuine in a yellow package always. Sold
by the Court Pharmacy.

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL

CAR re III En 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.

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WHERE BEAUTY LEADS US WE ARE APT TO FOLLOW, AND WIfEN GOOD ADVICE IS GIVEN
US WE OUGHT TO OBSERVE IT. WHEN YOU ARE TOLD TO COME HERE FOR YOUR GROCERIES,

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GLAD TO TAKE IT WHEN YOU FIND THAT WE HAVE THE MOST I
Up-to-Bate Grocery Store
IN THIS PART OF THE STATE.
WE GIVE YOU HERE A LIST TO SELECT FROM. WE CAN'T BEGIN TO ENUMERATE OUR EN ENTIRE
TIRE ENTIRE STOCK, BUT THIS LIST WILL GIVE YOU AN IDEA OF THE GOOD THINGS TO EAT THAT CAN
BE FOUND AT OUR STORE.

LOST Ladies' brooch, with Elk head
in center; small diamond eyes and one
diamond at end of each antler; clock
dial between. Suitable reward for re return
turn return to F. G. B. Weihe or J. P. Gallo Galloway.
way. Galloway. 10-14

Major Grey's Chutney
Brand's Al Sauce
Sauce Melba
Heinz Mustard Dressing
Heinz Tomato Relish
Heinz Tomato Chutney
Heinz Evaporated Horse Radish
Heinz East India Chutney
Heinz India Relish
Heinz Mandalay Sauce
Heinz Fish Sauce
Heinz Euchred Pickles
Heinz Chow Show
Heinz Sweet Midget Gherkins
And the balance of the 57.
White Table Vinegar
Malt Vinegar

Apple Cider Vinegar
Taragon Vinegar
Spiced Vinegar
Burnt Onion Sauce
Kitchen Bouquet
Coffee Extract
French Mustard
German Mustard
Brandy Peaches
Pineapple Juice
Mint Sauce
Bengal Chutney
Pickled Walnuts
Liquid Rennet
Parmesan Cheese
Edam Cheese
Pineapple Cheese

Capers
Anchovy Paste
Potted Bloater f
Bar le due Jelly
French Maroons
Truffles
Japanese Rice Cakes
French Peas
Mushrooms
Macedoin (Mixed Vegetables)
Artichoke Bottoms
Italian Tomato Sauce
Boston Brown Bread
Pumpernickel -Diabetika-Brot
Pimiento (Sweet Peppers)
Red Chill Peppers ( Hot)

UP TO THE 18TH OF THIS MONTH WE ARE GIVING TWO PER CENT OF OUR COLLECTIONS TO
THE OCALA METROPOLITAN BAND.

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OCALA EVENING STAB. MONDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1911.

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If not, you are losing the opportun opportunity
ity opportunity of a life time to buy Dry and Dress
Goods at practically your own prices.
At the prices we are selling Goods,
there should not be a yard of Goods sold
outside of our store.
Never before has there been an

event in Ocala to compare with this
one. Think of it! Over 100,000 Yards
of the Newest Goods thrown on the

Market at the Mercy

Colored outing flannels, fast
colors, 8c values at .....
5c
Colored draperies, the latest colors,
12c values
at . ...
Fancy mercerized
.. ... 8'2C
dress goods, all
colors, 40c values
' at ...
24c
American prints, absolutely
-'fast colors, 8c values at .
5 c
Best grade checked homespun,
I; 6c
assorted colors. 9c values a
38-inch Mohair, assorted
colors, 75c values at ....
36-inch fancy mohairs, as assorted
sorted assorted stripes, G5c values
30-inch tweed, suitable for
men's pants, f0c values at
43 c
39c
24c
69c
Persian silks, suitable for
waists, $1 values at ....
Satin Striped Poplins, the
latest, 39c values at ....
French Roman Sfripe Madras
25c values 'at
19c!
15c
Persian Figured Challies,
suitable f6r kimonas at
7'2C
Heavy Unbleached Drill,' 10c
values at
8c
36-inch brown dress linens,
30c values at
19 c
36-inch percales, light and
dark colors, 12c values at
Chambrays, all assorted fast
- nnlriro 1 Un vnlnps fit .....
8 c
6c
, Amoskeag apron ginghams, assorted
checks, 10 values
at
Galatea, the best cloth for
suitings, 15c values at .
Poplins, all colors nd fancy
stripes, 2uc-values at ..
7c
10c
15c
Shepherd plaid suitings,
assorted
8'2C
. checks, 12c values
at ... ... ...
Pepperal bleached sheeting,
9-4, 30c value at
Unbleached sheeting, 9-4,
25c values at
22 c
19c
Simpson's percales and calicoes
Sc values at
Outing flannels in all shades,
10c and 12c values at ..
, The best dress ginghams made
in America, 12c values at
5c
8c
8c
(pure
15 c
linen weft) 2oc values
at. ...
Unbleached sheetings, full
.4'2C
width, 7c values at

This is a time of the year
when most merchants are

getting their best prices for
Merchandise as it is the be-
V
ginning of a Season. This
is really a chance of a life lifetime
time lifetime to get Good Dependa Dependable
ble Dependable Goods at the prices
here quoted.

THE SALE IS NOW GOING ON. COME
YOURSELF AND TELL YOUR
FRIENDS ABOUT IT.

where: you will be

TREATED RIGHT

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JACKSONVILLE'S FINEST and FLORIDA'S
LARGEST and BEST YEAR ROUND HOTEL
Rates Reasonable American Plan

THOMAS M. WILSON.

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these
of the Public.
Fancy dress ginghams, also apron
checks, Cc values t tfZC
Bleached sheeting, 7-8 yard C
wide, 8c values at OC
Good grade dress cheviots, 12c O
values at OC
Covert cloths, assorted fast
colors, 15c values at
10c
Yard wide unbleached cheese
cloth, 5c values at.
3c
42-inch satin striped
worsteds, all
wool, $1.50 values
at
32-inch worsteds, assorted
colors, 35c values at
34-inch diagnol striped
series, 75c values at ....
50-inch mohairs assorted
colors, 60c values at ....
52-inch broadcloths, assort assorted
ed assorted colors, $1.50 values at
Dotted suesine silk, worth
35c, assorted colors, at .
Fancy summer silks, foulard
74c
19c
39c
39c
74c
19c
24c
patterns, worth 75c, at.
Heavy silk finished corded
Repp, 50c values at
Mercerized Foulards, assort assorted
ed assorted patterns, 25c values at
29c
19c
Elektra Cloth, suitable for
children's dresses at
8c
Fine White Dress Goods, 25c
values at
10c
10c
j Dress Linen, assorted colors,
j 20c .values at ..........
f ancy Stripe Linen,-nice for
suits,' 25c values for .
19c
Yard-wide Unbleached Sheet Sheeting,
ing, Sheeting, Sc values at
39-inch Unbleached Sea Island
Cotton, 8V2C values, at ..
6c
6c
4 2-inch Bleached Pillow
Casing, 13c values at
8'2C
Light Color Calicoes, Cc val values
ues values at -. .
4c
Black and Blue Duck, 10c o
values at . OC
Colored Dress Lawns, 5c values Q
at 3C
4-4 Bleached Sheeting, no
starch, 10c values at
7c
90-inch White Linen, heavy,
$1.2. values at
Yard-wide Black Taffeta
Silk, $1 values for ....
Yard-wide Black Taffeta
Silk, $1.25 values for .
79c
69c
79 c
Yard-wide Bleached Sheeting,
9c values at
7c

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"Digestit.
K. of P. meet this evening.
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.
Eagles meet Wednesday evening.
Masons meet Thursday evening.
Florida
raised rye at Ocala Seed
Store.
Mr. Albert Fort of Moss Bluff, was in
town today.
Drink PLEZOL the new drink.
It is healthful and invigorating:.
Mrs.
T. C. Hall is somewhat better
today.
Digestit."
Major Tom Hall
made a business
trip to Tampa today.
The Ocala News Company is making
a hit with Its picture frames. t
Messrs. Alfred and Clifford Ayer au-
toed to Lake ,WeTr yesterday.
'Digestif
Five minor cases in the recorder's
court this morning netted the city $20.
Dr. D. M, Smith returned
from
Jacksonville last night.
Digestit.'
Mr. E. P. Martin returned yesterday
from a brief visit to Wildwood.
BUGGY WANTED WANTED-top
top WANTED-top buggy in good
-I want a
condition.
cheap
C. R.
Tydings.
There is a splendid exhibition of ar-
tistic
brass goods
in Burnett's win-
dow.
You don't obtain the full beauty of a
picture unless It is framed. Take it
to the Ocala News Co.
Mr. and Mrs: J. E. Johnson and Miss
Gertie Peyser visited
in Mr. Johnson's car.
You can get anything from a post
card to an 18x22 photograph at Mills
studio.
Miss Sara Agnew came up from the
lake today, to visit her sister, Mrs.
Carstens.
Your kodak work can oe finished In
two to three days if you leave it at
Mills' studio.
Mr. Chas. J. Phillips returned to his
building operations at Leesburg last
night.
FOR
SALE One
wagon and
Shetland
harness.
10-9-6td
pony,
H. C.
Jones.
Mrs. P. V. Leavengood returned yes yesterday
terday yesterday from a pleasant visit to her
sister in Tampa.
OATS FOR SALE- 2000 bushels of
seed oats. Apply to J. C. Howell, An Anthony.
thony. Anthony. Mr. R. E. Yonge, Jr., is in town to-
1 day, visiting his relatives and friends
here.
You can get your pictures framed at
the Ocala News Company and get them
now.
Mr. Tom Sexton left this morning
for his week's work down in the phos phosphate
phate phosphate region.
FOR RENT A nice bedroom fur furnished..
nished.. furnished.. Two young men preferred.
Apply 12 Watula street.
Mr. R. T. Dower of the Postoffice
Drugstore visited his family in Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville yesterday.
FOR SALE CHEAP A good type typewriter
writer typewriter desk, almost new and very lit little
tle little used. Apply to this office.
Mr. J. D. Evans of Titusville return returned
ed returned home today after spending a week
with friends in Candler and Ocala.
All who have pictures are taking
them to the Ocala News Co., to have
them framed.
Mr. B. F. Condon has a fine four-
horsepower magneto motorcycle on the
way for Mr. Sam Fosnot.
FOR REXT Two furnished rooms
suitable for light housekeeping. Apply
to 116 South Pond street. 10-12-12td
Mr. Will Marlowe came up from Or Orlando
lando Orlando yesterday for a couple of days
visit to his Ocala friends.
Don't meet your friend with a frown.
Use Digestit, and meet him with a
smile. The Court Pharmacy.
Miss Lizzie Harwell returned from
Levon yesterday. Her patient there,
Mrs. Plowden, is very much improved.
FOR SALE S. C. Rhode Island Red
eggs, $1.50 for setting of 15. 30 South
8th street. 10-10-6td
Mr. and Mrs.
turned from a
Beileview.
Cecil Bryant have re revisit
visit revisit to relatives at
Mrs. Kate B. Johnson of Lady Lake
came up yesterday to attend services
at the Methodist church.
Captain Tom Rridges went over to
DeLand on professional business yes
terday.
When you are happy drink PLEZOL
When you are dry drink PLEZOL
When you look for prosperity drink
PLEZOL
Mr. R. A. Witter returned from
Georgia yesterday, accompanied by his
wife and children, who have been up
there all summer.
Pictures framed at the Ocala News
Company while you wait, and you
don't have to wait a week or a month,
either.

Mr. N. I. Gottlieb, after several days
at home, leaves today for Zephyrhills.
Hillsborough county, where he will or organize
ganize organize a Fraternal Union lodsre.

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

Captain George Bussard. after a
pleasant visit to his Ocala friends, re returned
turned returned to Lakeland this morning. His
health is improving and he hopes to be
on hi3 run again soon.

PHILADELPHIA WON TODAY

The Philadelphia Athletics of
the
see-
American League won the
end game of the world's championship
series at Philadelphia this afternoon.
The score was 3 to 0. The condensed
tabulated score is as follows:
R H E
New York .1 5 3
Philadelphia ....3 4 0
PRETTY GIRLS PLAY
The "Pretty Girl3" company gave a
very clever little performance Satur Saturday
day Saturday night.
The st a. see was in Mr. IX. W. Davis'
garage, which was fitted up with sim simple
ple simple but effective apparatus, and the au audience
dience audience sat in chairs outside under the
star.-;. 1
Miss Catherine Strunk was the hero heroine
ine heroine and acted her part like a genuine
tragedy queen. Miss Ellen Stripling
mot bravely performed the hero's
part, and Miss Meme Davis, the villian,
handled her revolver in a most lady ladylike
like ladylike manner. Miss Lillian Clarkson
was the devoted servant. All the young
folks acted their parts well,- and if
they did not have the finish of profes professional
sional professional actors, they had a charm, all
their own. which was better.
The entertainment was added to by
two elocutionary pieces from Miss
Strunk and two songs by Miss Strip Stripling.
ling. Stripling. There was a good -sized audience, all
the members of which were hearty in
their appreciation and hope the "Pretty
Girls" will soon play again.
SIX SUPERB SUBJECTS
o Picture Show at the Temple
thi
Kvfnlns, but a Double One
Tomorrow XlRht
In consequence of the lyceum lec lecture,
ture, lecture, there will be no pictures at the
Temple this evening. But there will
be a double supply at a single price
tomorrow night. Look out for the pro program.
gram. program. BAPTIST MISSIOV RALLY"
The Baptists will hold a "State Mis Mission
sion Mission Rally" at their church on Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday of this week.
The missionary societies will hold
the afternoon session from 3:30 to 5:30,-
at which hour lunch will be served on

Dunnellon todavthe lawn by the women of the church.
-j Every member of the church is Invit

ed to be present. Krorn 6:30 to 7
o'clock there will be a "vesper service"
of sorrier, prayer and praise. From 1 to
9 o'clock the program is to be conduct conducted
ed conducted by the men. An offering for state
missions will be taken.
Committee on lunch: Mesdames J. II.
Livingston, J. L Edwards, Clarence
Camp. Fred DeBerry, C. J. Powell. M.
E. Hatch ell.
AXXOUXCEMFAT!
Miss Marguerite Porter announces
that she will not open her studio un
til 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.
The Young Ladies' Card Club has or organized
ganized organized for the season with the fol following
lowing following members: Misses Alice Bullock,
Esther, and Janet Weathers, Margaret
and Mamie Taylor, Meta Jewett, Mrs.
D. S. Woodrow, Mrs. C. S. Cullen, Mrs.
E. T. Helvenston, Mrs. John Taylor,
Mrs. Charles Lloyd. Mrs. 'W. H. Pow Powers,
ers, Powers, Mrs. Harvey Clark,' Mrs. M. J.
Roess, Mrs. Claren.ce Camp, Mrs. Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Clark and Mrs. Clifford Ander Anderson.
son. Anderson. .The first meeting will be with
Miss Alice Bullock, Thursday after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, Nov. 2.
"I am going to buy a piano for my
daughter some day!" is an old moss moss-backed,
backed, moss-backed, thread-bare excuse which, if it
had been dinned into the ears of the
talented young lady you heard play
the piano recently, when she was am ambitious
bitious ambitious to learn, would have been dis disastrous
astrous disastrous to her education. See the
pianos at Weihe's jewelry store.
Mr. Jim Sanders of Early Bird was
in town Saturday night. Mr. Sanders
says that lots of hay is being made
near Early Bird, but that he intends
to shoot the only surviving alligator
this week. It was desired to keep the
'gator as a specimen, but he eats pigs
and little niggers, so hw death war warrant
rant warrant has been issued and Mr.. Sanders
appointed executioner.
Don't send your pictures out or town
to have them enlarged. Take them to
Mills studio. We can make them In
crayon, sepia or pastel, and our prices
are right.
Miss Maggie Lytle came up from
Stanton yesterday and stopped in
Ocala to visit Mrs. Bittinger and Miss
Adel. She ays that her brother, Karl,
although a'long way from being well,
is considered out or aanger. jiiss
Lytle went on to her school work at
Live Oak this morning.
Mrs. Susan. A. Ellis
90 Oklawaha Ave.,
Ocala, Fla.
Instructor In Voice
and Piano
Specializing in Correct
Placing of the Voice and
Proper Touch and Tec Tec-nic
nic Tec-nic of the Piano.
HOUSEHOLD
FURNITURE
AT A SACRIFICE
Side Board, Dining Table,
Dining Chairrf, Sewing Ma
chine, Wood Stove, Hot Wa

ter Tank and many smaller

items.
These goods must be sold
at less than half cost, as I
am moving away.
Call at
MRS. M. FRANK'S
199 Oklawaha Ave.

D
Mack JackaoB, Promlneat CI t lien of
III Race, Ground to Piece Under
the Wheel of a Freight Train
About 3:25 this afternoon. Mack
Jackson, a well known colored man.
was killed by the southbound Atlantic
Coast Line freight train at a point
about 200 yards southeast of the Or Orange
ange Orange avenue crossing.
Jackson was walking on the track.
The engineer saw him some distance
ahead and blew the whistle in plenty
of time for him to step aside. Jackson
seemed to be startled by the whistle;
he jumped, tripped on the rail and
fell. The engineer put on brakes, but
it was too late, and before the train
could be stopped the engine and two
or three cars passed over his body,
mangling it dreadfully:
Jackson was about 40 years old. He
was a prominent man of his race and
well thought of by the whites. He
leaves a large family.
HONOR FOR A YOUXU OCALAV
We see from the Atlanta Journal
that Cadet Julius Brown of Ocala. Fla..
is one of the newly elected officers of
the Georgia Military Academy, at Col College
lege College Park. It is now '"Lieutenant Jul Julius
ius Julius Brown." The Star salutes and of offers
fers offers congratulations.
AIR DOME THIS EVEXIXG
Comedy, Drama and Some Excellent
Infitraetion
Following is The Air Dome program
for this evening:
"Jimmy on a Lark," a Guamont
drama.
"Shooting the Rapids," showing some
of the prettiest scenery In France.
"Soldiers Three," a Vitagraph comic,
full of excellent fun.
"Wild Animals in Captivity," a most
instructive circus. Taken in the larg largest
est largest zoological park in the world. As
good as going to the zoo and much
easier.
A GOOD DAY AT
THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH
There was a good day at the Chris Christian
tian Christian church yesterday. A gain of ten
in the Sunday school.
The sermon at 11 on "What Shall
We Do With Sunday" was full of in interest.
terest. interest. The sin of making Sunday a
holiday instead of a holy day was
strongly emphasized. The wide-open
Sunday means physical,. mental, moral
and spiritual degredation. The ten tendency
dency tendency to reduce the American Sunday
to Vhe standard of Continental Europe
is deplorable.
The evening sermon was full of in interest
terest interest as it marked the beginning "of
the series of Sunday evening sermons
on the church of which there are to
be seven in the course for the next
seven weeks. "The Old Testament
Church" was treated under the heads
of the family "of patriarchal worship,
the worship of the tabernacle, the
worship of the temple and last of the
synagogue. Special emphasis was
placed upon sin and slow progress in
the struggle of humanity upward to
the comprehension and the righteous
life. Family worship and the early
training of childhood were urged as
the most important features of relig religious
ious religious training. . i i
A. C. L. IMPROVEMENTS
The Atlantic Coast Line will greatly
improve its Ocala passenger station.
The building is to be renewed and
re-painted inside and out. New and up-to-date
plumbing is to be put in and
a solid cement platform-is to replace
the present planking. Mr. Walter S. C.
Yonge has the contract for the new
plumbing and has already commenced
work.
THE WOMAN'S CLUB
This excellent organization will hold
its first meeting for the season next
Saturday. The Star will print the pro
gram In a few days.
AUTO FOR SALE
A Maxwell runabout in good run
ning condition .nd a bargain for cash.
If interested address A. B. care Star,
Ocala, Fla.
A beautiful baby came yesterday 'to
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ueorge
Rentz on South Second street. The
little lady is called Mary Julia.
Doc Blackiston is mighty proud
and with good reason, of & beautiful
six-months old colt, "Delia." which has
been often noticed lately trottin
around town by the side of her mother,
"Adelia." once a noted racer, and now
the srentle and reliable buggy horse of
Mrs w t Onnrtvear. "Delia" was
sired by "Royal Ora," and Is going to
be one of the most swift and beautiful
ho PMnriilA turf.
Justice Lyles held the scales in the
following cases Saturday and today:
Albert Hicks, for robbing his own
father's house, $5 and costs; John Bur Bur-ford,
ford, Bur-ford, gambling, $5 and costs; John Jen Jenkins,
kins, Jenkins, assault and battery, $50 and
costs. All these parties are smoked
Yankees; also, they are all in jail.
Messrs. J. F. Thompson, Usher Nor
wood and Harry Cole of the Atlantic
Coast Line, returned last night from
Gainesville, where they put in the day
imbibing useful information regarding
the rulinsrs of the state and national
railroad commissions.
The Ocala Lumber & Supply Com
n9m- hi removed its naint stock from
the south side of Mr. A. M. Lansford's

music store on North Main street, andjed to his home in Chicago, where Mrs.

the vacant place will probably be tak-
en bv Air. Jencoat s lanoniis rswu-
lishment.
Don't wait until after Christmas to
buv your piano. We will sell you on
our easy payment, pian. uu v
miss the money but your wife will
miss the piano. Cable Piano Co..
Weihe's Jewelry Store.

Mrs. J. Wesley Stevens has returned! this morning

from her visit to St. Augustine ana
Glen St. Mary. While in tne iormer
nlace she was the guest of Sister Es

ht- r3T-itta. nrpsirtcnt of the Flondatnrnmispd her so long. feee mem ai

U D. C.
The best plaster. A piece of flannel
dampened with Chamberlain's Lini Liniment
ment Liniment and bound on over the affected

parts is superior to a plaster and costs! county fair.'

only one-tenth as much. For sale by
all druggists.
Mr. C. E. Ahearn, the capable assist
ant manager of the Montezuma, return returned
ed returned from the lake yesterday.
Mrs. W. A. Burnett of Juliette was
a guest of the Montezuma today.

"IfiWE LDTTLE 0C6 -'
M-OMEY jt7Mjm& WIT-

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. IF YOU 1VERK TO DIE TODAY WOULD YOU LEAVK I1E1IIXD
HELPLESS LITTLE CHILDREN? THE 0E WAY TO KEEP THEM
FROM XEED IS TO SAVE PART OP THE MONEY YOU MAKE.
PLANT IT IN OUR IIAXK; IT.AVILL GROW.
" W E WILL ITY YOU' FOUR PER CENT INTEREST OX THE
MOXTEY. YOU PUT IX OUR IIAXK AND C OMPOUND THE INTEREST
EVERY THREE MONTHS.

CAPITAL FULLY
JNO. L EDWARDS.
Pres.
H. D. STOKES,
CHANGE OF DATE
FOR MAIIEL PAIGE CO.
Mabel Paige and her company have
moved their dates at the .Temple back
one day. They will be here Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, Oct. 23, and will play every even evening
ing evening up to and including the 28th.
SELLING 'EM SOME
A. M. Lansford, the enterprising and
magnetic piano maq, broke his own re record
cord record today by selling thre pianos, for
cash, before 1 p. m. He also has two
other sales In prospect.
A pilgrim from beyond the Oklawaha,
who was worshipping at the shrine
of Bacchus Saturday night, became too
quarrelsome and Marshal Carter
gathered him in. but when he had
quieted down set him free, with his
face turned toward home. He thanked
the marshal very kindly and expressed
a desire to fall into his hands when whenever
ever whenever he came to town. I don't wknt
to hurt anybody," ho said, "and don't
want anybody to hurt nte, but I don't
know just what I do when I'm full."
. Miss Ruby Culbreath, the attractive
young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. P.
Culbreath, was married Wednesday
evening at 7:30 o'clock at the home of
her parents. 806 Jackson street, to Dr.
C. J. Caraballa. Tampa Times.
The bride is known in Ocala, where
she has been an occasional and charm charming
ing charming visitor.
Messrs. Hampton & Hall, attorneys
j of Ocala, and J. T. McCollum, attorney,
of Tampa, were here last Tuesday at
tending justice's court, in a case of
W, II. McRainey versus the S. A. L.
I Railway. The case was decided In fa
vor of tlie plaintiff. Wildwood Cor
respondent SumterCounty Times.
Major T. C. Hall 'of Ocala splnt some
days in Wildwood looking after his
turpentine interests at Royal. The
major Is always a welcome visitor to
our town and his many friends are al
ways glad to see hlih. Wildwood Cor-
j respondent Sumter County Times
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Gary and phild
ren and Mrs. Gary's mother, Mrs. A
F Yocum, arrived this afternoon from
Seabreeze. where they have, been
spending the past few weeks.
I fenflpman from Beileview, who
mistook this neaceful town for a coun-
terpart of Rattlesnake Gulch, was
picked up by Marshal Carter for being
d. d., and packing a gun. At present
writing, he is in the jug.
Mr. Vincent Detterich of the .Ocala
House barbershop Is enjoying a visji
from his mother, Mrs. A. Detterlch,
and his mother-in-law, Mrs. Phillip
Ploof of Flint. MiclL They expect to
remain all winter.
Mills, at his studio over
the'O. K. Grocery, is ma King, some
beautiful color photos. The professor
is a sure enough artist and all his
work and material are up to date.
Mr. D. G. Haley, after a visit to nis
I wjfe and baby in this city, has return-
Haley and the little
one will .follow
him about Nov. 1.
When In jacKsonvllle stop with Mrs.
E. L. Maloney, at the uirara, ro. 11
East Duval, just off Main. Best 75c
l 1 room in we cuy.
at Messrs. L M. Murray and J. Kea
were among the enterprising. traveling
men who went out in their territory
jyn not put your
wife or daughter
- J off, but Buy her the piano you have
I Weihe's jewelry store.
Mr. George Chambers is tuning up
that soon motorcycle of his. with an
r
eye to raking off a few prizes at the
A full assortment of the best picture
frame material at the Ocala News Co..
and Tex Martin knows tust how to
use it.
Mr. J. P. Phillips and family motored
I to Summerfield yesterday to spend the
day with relatives.

:

PAID IN $75,000
CLARENCE
Cashier.
CAMP. Vive Pres.

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 when in ned we will eliminate
your troubles.
KNIGHT & LANG,
OCALA - FLORIDA

WEATHER FORECAST
Local rains tonight and Tuesday ex except
cept except cooler tonight and Tuesday, ex extreme
treme extreme northwest portion, cooler Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday northwest portion.
Rollips College at Winter Park
opened it doors for Its twenty-seventh
year's work on the fourth of this
month. -. '
Mr. S. J. McCully of Berlin went up
to Gainesville today, to attend the Na-?r
tional Demonstration Convention." to
which he is a delegate.
Mrs. W. H. Massey of Orange Springs
is a guest of the Ocala House.
Mr. James K. Vardaman, the dis distinguished
tinguished distinguished Mississlppianr who will lec lecture
ture lecture at the Temple this evening, arriv arrived
ed arrived last night and is a guest of the
Ocala Mouse.
n:i;niw
((EATINGS CAFE
. Charles Rodoff, Proprietor.
Rent Qnlck Luarh Eeatioe Hoae
, In Ifce City f
Apalarbicola and Cedar
OyHter In All Style
Key
Everything that is good
to eat, properly served
Right Now, when you
want it. All Delicacies
of the Season.
nmfnmmiiiiii::::
CHOICE' MEATS.
We
pride ourselves on giving' our
. . .. m
trade
a steadily mamtamea service oi
best
proJucts at lowest ; market
prices. -: '. -
Why not give us today's order so wo
can show you the higtt-clasa qualities
we specialize on? r :
w. 1. KOwARIS v
Phone 108 New City Market
i OCALA. FLORIDA.
A Torpid Liver Is a fine field
for the Malarial Germ and .it
thrives -wonderfully. The cer- ;
tain result in such cases Is a
spell of Chills.
HERBIME
la powerful cam
t t th liver In VhealtlU.
eonoiuon ana 1
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A ROMANCE
Bj Lcuis Joseph Vance

ffimtratioiu hj Riy Walters
CHAPTER IV.
To the boatyard and hip-chandler-ing
establishment of a certain llr.
Huxtable in the town of Fairhaven, on
the eastern bank of the Acuehret
river, there caineor, rather, drifted
with the tide of a casual fancy to toward
ward toward the close of a day In June, Gar Garrett
rett Garrett Coast.
A declining sun threw his shadow
athwart the floor of the chandlery.
Huxtable glanced up from the muddle
of papers on his desk. Coast lounged
easily in the doorway, with one shoul-j
aer against tne rrame; a man notaoiy
tall and slender and graced, besides,
with a simple dignity of manner that
assorted oddly, in the Huxtable un understanding,
derstanding, understanding, with clothing well-worn
and travel-stained. Out of a face
moderately browned, his dark eyes
glimmered with a humor whimsical,
regarding Huxtable.
The object of their regard pushed
up his spectacles for a better view.
"Well?" he Inquired, not without a
suspicion of grlna resentment, who
was not weathered to laughter at his
OTn expense.
It happened, however, that Coast's
amusement sprang from another
cause; his own utter Irresponsibility,
wbich alone had led him to the chand chandlery,
lery, chandlery, he considered hugely diverting.
"I was just thinking,-' h said, sinn sinning,"
ing," sinning," "that now would be a useful tlmt
to buy a boat."
Huxtable, possessed of an Inherent
predilection for taciturnity, liable,
ever and anon, to be sore beset If not
wholly put to rout by the demon Cu Curiosity
riosity Curiosity (a familiar likewise legitimate legitimately
ly legitimately handed down to him by several gen generations
erations generations of New England forebears),
with a mute nod to signify that he had
heard and now awaited without preju prejudice
dice prejudice a more explicit declaration.
"A boat," Coast added, "preferably
of the center-board cat type, with a
hard-working motor auxiliary."
Th Huxtable mind, which you are
to believe typical of Its caste, like a
ship wisely navigated, moved cautious cautiously
ly cautiously in well-buoyed ohannela. It clung
to tradition, whether In the business
of boat building, which it pursued to
admiration, or In the lighter diversioa
of humor, to which its attitude re resembled
sembled resembled that of the ancestor worship worshiping
ing worshiping heathen Chinese. Premonitory
symptoms of a reversion to type in
the matter of wit were betrayed by
the corrugation of the Huxtable
wrinkles.
"To go sailin' inr
After this utterance, tradltlor
flapped its wings and screamed; Hux Huxtable
table Huxtable himself condescended to
chuckle; Coast, to a tolerant smile.
"Possibly," he conceded. "Have
you such a boat?"
"I might have." Huxtable admitted
cautiously. "'Come along." He rose
and led the way through a back door
into the boat yard.
With a twist of his eyebrows spell spelling
ing spelling doubt, Coast followed. He wm
not wholly satisfied that there was
any wisdom latent In thia latest freak
of his errant fancies. Por a fortnight
he had given Impulse its head, and so,
docile to its aimless divagations, had
found contentment of a sort more a
parody than the real thing; dream dreamless
less dreamless rest won through wholesome
bodily fatigue, a waking distraction
bred of constant change of ecene; thin
ice over the troubled deeps of a heart
embittered. Eastward from New
York he had wandered, mostly afoot,
unknown, unrecognized, Warburton
alone cognizant of his movements,
and that under strict injunction of si silence;
lence; silence; thus he had come blindly, seek seeking
ing seeking surcease of bis distemper, finding
only the oblivion of fatigue. And re recently
cently recently he had become uneasily con conscious
scious conscious that even that was losing its
effect, as an opiate will In a frame
too long habituated to its action; now
and again the thought of Katherlne
and Blackstock would crawl in his
mind, viperous, poisoning the very
sunlight.
Here, without presage, he found his
whim aiming for salt water. Was he
wise to humor it? Would he find
healing in the swing of the seas, the
savor of spray, the hiss of waters
broken by plunging bows, the gurgle
astern?
Huxtable led him directly to a lit little
tle little vessel in a cradle on the ways and
bright with new paint. "The Echo."
he introduced her: "five year old,
weather-wise, sound and sweet, fast
and able. Owner left her with me for
sale. Seven hundred and a bargain."
Coast strolled round the boat with
an eye critical of her lines, then
clambered up the skeleton ribs of the
cradle and dropping Into her cockpit,
verifying Huxtable's catalogue of at attractions.
tractions. attractions. Presently he climbed
down again, impressed that the boat
would probably justify Its recommen recommendation
dation recommendation to the letter.
"When can you put her In the wa water?"
ter?" water?" "In fifteen minutes."
"Do so, then, please, and have the
gasoline tanks filled and the batteries
wired up. . I'll want these be besides."
sides." besides." He found a pencil and scrap
of paper and scribbled a list of sup- :
plies, . "You've a spare moor mooring
ing mooring off here?" ho inquired, and re- i
celved an affirmative. "Then put her
off; I'll sleep aboard her tonight.
Now I'll take a turn up town and buy
provisions and things."
He fitted out without thought of j
economy: in the list of his acquis!- j
tlons he could find no lack; by night nightfall
fall nightfall the Echo was furnished with
everything that Coast could think of
as essential or desirable for coast coastwise
wise coastwise cruise, whether brief or pro protracted.
tracted. protracted. There was q ulaustblo excuse for

Dear Madam

Think what that means 30,000 cows for folks
who want Van Camp's Milk. This city is fiUed
with its users.
We have dairies in seven states each in the
heart of a great dairying section. They are stock
ed with Holstein cows. There is no finer milk in
all the world than comes from these model dairies.
And it is germlsss milk utterly sterile. Chil Children
dren Children tan drink it without thought of infection.
Waterless Milk
Close to each dairy the milk, fresh from the
cows, is put into a copper vacuum. There w
evaporate two-thirds of the water. And, because
of the vacuum, this is done without scalding.
That is all we do before the milk is sealed.
Nothing whatever is added. The milk is pasteur pasteurized
ized pasteurized after the can is sealed.

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I-xIianapoli. Inr.
t iaiung to Kieep; me r.cno roae
without much perceptible motion,
moored about a hundred yards off
shore; waters whispered somnolently
alongside; the town was quiet. Yet
Elumber was denied him; an unwont unwonted
ed unwonted excitement sparkled his imagina imagination,
tion, imagination, kindled by a sense of adventure
distilled from tomorrow's promise.
At five bells he rose and went on
deck to smoke, his trouble heavy upon
him. The cockpit was not more
drenched with moonlight than with
dew, but the- air was motionless and
suave; in pyjamas and slippers, lol lolling
ling lolling upon the dry side of an over overturned
turned overturned seat cushion, he felt no need
of heavier clothing.
Presently a breath of air stirred
feebly; catspaws darkened the silver j
sighing, the air died; the flawed sur surface
face surface of the harbor smoothed and
brightened. Then again the breeze
fanned up out of the northwest, vacil vacil-lant;
lant; vacil-lant; advancing, languishing, waxing
gradually In volume until it blew full
and free.
Coast shrugged to the chill and
rose to go below, but paused, attracted
by a stir of life aboard a small, two two-masted
masted two-masted schooner that had been riding
Idly at anchor between two and three
hundred feet away toward the ship ship-channel.
channel. ship-channel. He saw a movement of bustling
men upon her deck. Her sailing lights
appeared: a green starboard eye
glared at him fixedly. The mainsail
was hoisted, the foresail went up.
Then, falling off broadside to the eb ebbing
bing ebbing current, the vessel shaped her
course handily for the harbor-mouth,
booms crashing to port as the red eve
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hence, our prices
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2C PC!JT0Tn017K reach him he re-emerged, blowing and
0 ULlllO IU 0 1 1 3 sputtering.
! "Beastly tasting water," he com com-Tnn't
Tnn't com-Tnn't 4oil tr CA nil r I niented between gasps, resting.

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Put back the water and the milk is the same as
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Thick as Cream
" The milk comes to you 28 per cent solids, 8 per
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always dilute it, even for cereals and coffee.
In cooking, it gives to milk dishes twice the
richness and flavor of the average milkman's milk.
Thatsbecause milkman's milk separates. When
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swung to bear on Coast. As siie drew
abeam he could see her deck quite
clearly, glistening in the white glare
that threw the scurrying figures of the
crew into clear black relief. They
went about their tasks adeptly, sure surefooted
footed surefooted and alert, with a curious de detachment
tachment detachment of attitude, having no re regard
gard regard whatever, apparently, for that
which held Coast epell-bound.
In the waist two men were strug struggling,
gling, struggling, locked In one another's arms
and staggering, now this way, now
p
"It's These Infernal Clothes.'
that, neither uttering a sound. They
fought strongly, each with a passion
ate concentration of effort, each in
silence.
He saw one suddenly give way, as
though his foot had slipped. He went
down upon a knee, the weight of his
antagonist heavy upon him, and re recovered
covered recovered only with a tremendous and
convulsive effort; but now with his
hold broken and at the other's mercy.
In half a dozen breaths he was rushed
to the rail (where he attempted futiie futiie-ly
ly futiie-ly a last stand), forced backward over
It and so held. A fist was lifted above
him and fell like a hammer. There
followed a splash, but no outcry. The
man went under like a log. The
schooner slipped onward with growing
impetus, sails bellying luminous. No
life-preserver was thrown, not a hand
raised, not, so far as Coast could dis discern,
cern, discern, a head turned to see the fate of
the defeated.
Loosening the draw-string of his
pyjamas and ripping off the jacket,
Coast leaped to the Echo's stern,
poised himself Hthely and shot out,
cleaving the water almost without a
splash.
Warmth came of exertion ; refreshed,
invigorated, he swam with swift swiftness
ness swiftness and strength, concerned only to
reach hl3 goal before the man could
sink finally. At length winning to
his side, he held off warily, watching
for a chance to close in and at the
same time escape the clutch of those
valiantly thrashing arms.
"Xow, now!" he cried, as one might
strive to soothe a restive horse. "Easy,
there I You're only tiring yourself
out."
The splashing ceased In some meas measure,
ure, measure, the man wiggling awkwardly
round to bring the source of that ?plce
within his range of understanding.
"Lord!" be said, breathless. "You're
welcome."
Encouraged by this note of sanity.
Coast swam nearer. "Need any help?"
"What do you think?
The moderate exasperation of this
reply educed a spontaneous laugh
! from Coast, which he checked abrupt-
ly as the other man again went under,
to an accompaniment of frantic kicks
! and splashes. Before Coast could
"What th
What the devil are you trying t9
do?"
"Get rid of these damnable trou trousers:
sers: trousers: they won't let me swim."
"If I lend you a hand, will you
"No; I won't grab you. I know the
answer to that, and I've had one
slam between the eyes already. Come
alfizz and be a hero, why dont rou?"

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coast cnueciea as ne ragged along along-side.
side. along-side. "Put one hand on w right
shoulder," he advised, and keep as
still as possible. I'll do the awlm awlm-ralng."
ralng." awlm-ralng." "You're the doctor." The man fol followed
lowed followed his Instructions promptly. "Sor "Sorry
ry "Sorry to trouble you, though."
"That's all right
"It's these infernal clothes. I can
swim, without them. Every try to dis disrobe
robe disrobe on the bed of the sea?"
After a time, in a reflective tone,
"Me for the Demon Rum after this,'" this,'"-came
came this,'"-came over his shoulder. "I never knew
water could taste so vile.
Coast made no reply; apparently
none was expected. Laboriously gain gaining
ing gaining to the side of the catboat. he clung
to it, panting, while the other consid considerately
erately considerately transferred his hold. Hanging
so, he rolled a$ Inquiring eye o his
benefactor.-
'This occasion," he observed, "is
quite too unique. Never have met
a man I liked so well, under similar
auspices. Permit me: my name is Ap Ap-pleyard,
pleyard, Ap-pleyard, Christian name (from the Old
Testament) Melchisedec kindness of
sponsors in baptism. Please don't
look like that: I regret It, likewise."
He paused, watching Coast gravely.
"Melchisedec means 'king of right righteousness,
eousness, righteousness, but don't be alarmed; mis mistakes
takes mistakes will happen even at the bap baptismal
tismal baptismal fount. ... And you, sir?"
' pa8i4-ifarret Poaiyr rl 5
"Congratulations: that has a human
ring. And I am pleased to meet you,
None the less, I owe him no gratitude
who cheats me of a watery grave to
freeze me to death. Upon my word
of honor (whatever. that may be), I
cannot move . anything ex except
cept except my Jaw."
Laughing, Coast scrambled aboard
the boat, and leaning out caught the
man beneath the arms. After consid considerable
erable considerable exertion on the part of both,
he tumbled into the cockpit and in incontinently,
continently, incontinently, with a heavy sigh, col collapsed
lapsed collapsed oh the deck, In adead faint.
In alarm his' rescuer dived below
and returned wlt6 towels and bottlg
qI brandy. The latter being mmedi:
ately resorted to, brought Mr. Appier
yard back to consciousness,
"Very good stuff," he commented,
half-strangled. "I had a premonition
that my season-ticket on the water water-wagon
wagon water-wagon had run out. . I assure
you I swallowed a cubic foot of Fair Fair-haven
haven Fair-haven harbor; all my lnsldes are In Insulted."
sulted." Insulted." "Get up," said CoMt, "get those
clothes off and dry yourself. IU lend
you a blanket and a berth for the
night."
'TVith all the pleasure in lif,'.
Coast took him down into the cabin,
assigning him the starboard berth,
"I trust youH be comfortable," h
said, .with a solicitude not unmixed
with wonder that so much fire and
fortitude could inhabit a frame so
frail and slight.
"Sure to be." Appleyard rolled
himself luxuriously into his blanket
and breathed deeply of his content.
"But how can one feel at ease .
who strolls stark-naked . aboard
a perfect stranger's . private
yacht . and eyahl makes
himself at home without. . v so
much as by your leave .f
"Dont-" Coast started to reassure
him.
He was interrupted by a slight hm J
unquestionably sincere snore.
(Continued Tomorrow.)
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