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.
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English
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Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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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, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1911.
SO. 123.

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- NIGHTS - 25

COMMENCING WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25th.
Opening Attraction
Special Engagement of
MABEL PAIGE

A Hright

And her excellent Company presenting
"THE LOST TRAIL."

A Great Western Comedy Drama.

Breezy Army Story and
"BILLY"
The Greatest ifarce Comedy Ever Written.
Be sure and see the Great Ship Scene.
Special Scenery For Each Play.
- New Specialties New Music New Songs
Prices: 25, 35, 50 and 75 cents.
Seats Now on Sale at Court Pharmacy.

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A New Lot
of Ladies'
and Misses'
Coat Suits
JUST RECEIVER
Of the very latest
Models and attrac attractive
tive attractive prices.

Call and see our
$35.00 AND $40.00

Prenentation of the Sliver Servlee tt
the llattlewhip Fiorlila at
PfukhcoIu llh
Washington, Oct. 21. The navy de department
partment department has selected Dec. 18 as the
date for the prf-s,inta t ion by the cit citizens
izens citizens of Florida of the silver service to
the .state'.-, namesake, the battleship
Flori-la, and dt-sifinated Pensacola as
the place where the presentation shall
occur.
Rear 'Admiral Ivacien You n sr. com commandant
mandant commandant of the IVnsaoola navy yard,
has been detailed by Secretary of the
Navy Meyer to represent the navy at
the ceremonies .and presentation.
It was announced at the navy de department
partment department that tiie modern dreadnought
will be completed and commissioned
in ample time to reach the Gulf port
before the presentation. Officer? are
soon to be selected by the department
for duty on the newest fighter.

A I TO TMIN S TW ICE IX TIIF, A lit

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Coat
SmiOs

HURST& GARNER

West Ft. King

LOW'S CANDIES

We have just received a fresh shipment of these favor favorite
ite favorite candies in rc."nnd 0c. packages, 'which contain
Chocolates, Chocolate Creams, Chocolate
Almons and Chocolate Cherries.
Also a large assortment ot Chewing Gum.
MARION GROCERY COMPANY

J. C. GEIGER, Manager,

TELEPHONE 114.

Darine of Mile. Marie Petriot with
Forepaush'N and Sell
Bro'. CI r en h
Mile. Marie I'etrot. the daring- French
fjrirl who does the automobile double
somersault act. with Forepaush-Sells
Hhows, was formerly known as the
female Sandow of France, and is one
of the strongest women living. She is
a superbly formed person. In a recent
interview .she had the following- to say:
"How did I become Ptronar and
nervy? Well, my father and mother
were strong not professionals but
stronger than the majority of men and
women in France. To be a strong wo wo-rnau
rnau wo-rnau you must be born with an excep exceptionally
tionally exceptionally strong frame. Unless you have
that gift all the exercise an', training
in the world will not enable you to
lift great weights. I never lifted a
weight until I was sixteen years old.
i wanted to become a school teacher,
when my father had be join 3 m
club. I was fairly muscular and my
strong frame enabled me to lift heav heavier
ier heavier weights than any other member. I
began to develop into a good amateur
athlete, and later into a fairly good
professional. I was able to lift such
weights, however, that a circus man manager
ager manager wanted me. He offered me more
than I could earn as a school teacher.
My parents finally consented, so I be became
came became a professional strong woman,
and a remarkable specimen of physical
culture training. I was then only IS
years old. For the next few years I
traveled all over Knaland and the con continent.
tinent. continent. Tnls is my first trip to Amer America,
ica, America, however, and I like this country
so well, I fear I shall not want to go
back when the circus season Is over.

J helieve weight lifting is the best
exercise there is. It brings every
muscle. Of the baJlr into ili;. ana i$
can be pracVed by everyone without
much expensi or trouble. Weight lift lifting
ing lifting clubs are to be found in almost
every city in Kurope, but for some un unaccountable
accountable unaccountable reason, the exercise dqes
not seem' to be popular in America
among the women, t will say if wom women
en women wouid take up this sort of thing
they would develop a beautiful figure
and artificial contrivances would, Ve
cast aside and lots of good health
Would also accompany the new figure.
There is no reason why American girls
should not develop great dumb bell
lifters. It is only 3 question of time
and practice. I can't give exact advice
oti how to get strong. No one tauffht
me how. I guess, however, the per perfect
fect perfect physical training- I have received
gives me nerve to do the automobile

double somerset dash, and I always

look forward to my mld-alr 'joy rides'

and never suffer from what we call

'cold feetV Next Tuesday the big cir circus
cus circus comes to Ocala.

Chattanooga. Tenn., was here the first
of the week.
Mr. C. W. Quick left Wednesday for
Jacksonville for an indefinite tim.
-Mrs. Keith and daughter. Miss Flor Florence
ence Florence Keith, of California, arrived Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday afternoon to spend the winter
with Mrs. Keith's daughter. Mrs. War Warren
ren Warren Holtzelaw.
Mrs. Westover of Oklawaha. spent
Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Quick.
Mr. Jesse Marshall is attending to
Mr. Quick's railroad duties during the
latter's absence.

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Hev. HleheKou Arretetl on the Charge
of Causing the Death of n Woman
He Had Wronged
Boston, Mass., Oct. 21. Rev.. "Clar "Clarence
ence "Clarence W. Richeson. a Baptist church
pastor in Cambridge, was -arrested yes yesterday
terday yesterday as the result of a police inves investigation
tigation investigation of the death by poisoning of
Miss Avis L.innell, a" student at the
New England Conservatory of Music,"
this city. He is charged with murder
in the first degree and was taken to
jail and held without benefit of bail.
Rev. Itleheson is thirty-five years ar4
a native of Rose Hall, Va.
William Hahn, a druggist, ioid the
police that he sold Richeson the cyan cyanide
ide cyanide of potassium on the night of Oc October
tober October 10. Hahn said Richeson bought
the poison "to kill a troublesome dog."
The druggist stated he put Heugh
poison in the vial to kill three dogs.
When Avis Linnpl was found dead in
the bath room at the Young Woman's
Christian Association building suicide
was suspected. An investigation show showed
ed showed she unknowingly took cyanide of
potassium given her or sent by some
person, which she used in the belief
it would remedy certain physical con conditions
ditions conditions which caused hr anxiety. The
girl was the minister's friend and it
was believed an t-ngagement existed
between them.
It is understood that Rev. Richeson
was engaged to Miss Unnell. Her
death followed clo5ely the announce announcement
ment announcement of his engagement to Miss Eib
monds, a member of his church

DRAFXESS C"OT I1E CURED
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of thd 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 Qie mucous lin lining
ing lining of the Eustachian tua$. When
this tube is inflame! you have a
rumbling sound or imperfect hearing,
and when it is entirely closed,, dt-af-ness
is the result, and unless the in inflammation
flammation inflammation can be taken out and this
tube restored to. its normal oondltlon,
hearing v.;il be destroyed forever;
nin( tes out of ten ore causccl b b-catarrh,
catarrh, b-catarrh, wlilch Is nothing but an" In Inflamed
flamed Inflamed condition of the m.!inus sur surfaces.
faces. surfaces. We will riv Cne Hundred Dollars
for any case of deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure, bend for cir circulars
culars circulars free.
P. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, 75c. Take Hall's
Family Pills for constipation.

AII'S FATAL Ell

Kly Drove III Aeroplane Too Xear the
Earth to ;ive It a Chanee
to IUm
Macon, Ga.. Oct. 20. Eugene Ely,
the famous aviator who was killed at
the state fair grounds yesterday aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, came too close to the ground
before trying to rise again, and the
air cushion between him and the earth
was not sufficiently dense to check the
downward rush of his machine. He fell
m the presence of nearly 8.000 people,
to the middle of the inclosure of the
mile track, almost clearing the ma machine
chine machine by a desperate leap which he
made when he realized his peril.
His body was broken In many places,
and he died tdeven minutes after the
fall.
Ely had been giving spectacular
flights here for eight days. He left his
wife in New York two weeks ago to
come here and give flights for the lair
association in his Curtis biplane.
Ely Wan First to Make LandJaR on a
Warnhlp
New York, Oct, 20. Eugene Ely
was one of the best known American
aviators, and had a reputation inter international
national international as an expert, and conserva conservative,
tive, conservative, and experienced pilot. It was Ely
who first made a flight from a war warship
ship warship at San Francisco. On January 18
Ely landed on the deck of the cruiser
Pennsylvania, and a few minutes later
started from that point and returned
to the aviation field ten miles away.
Ely was 26 years of age.

TAKE YOUIt COMMON
COL.DS SEIUOUSL.Y

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
anl colds in children and in grown
persons, take Foley's Honey and Tar
Compound promptly. For sale at the
Court Pharmacy.

XOTICK

The state and eoynty licenses for
the year 1912 were, due the 2nd day of
October. If you are conducting a bus business
iness business for which a license is required,
please take it out at once, as con continuation
tinuation continuation of said business without the
license is a violation of the license
law. For licenses or particulars apply
to the tax collector.
Respectfully,
W. 1 Colbert, Tax Collector.

Joseph p.pll, County Judge.

I A DEMOCRAT AUAI.Y
Wlll Hearst I(a Cat Ills Independence
I.eaa-ue n the Charity nt a
Cold World.
New York', Oct, 21. William R.
Hearst's announcement that he is back
in the regular democratic fold caused
much speculation in political circles

regarding the: .Independence League
fate. ThU organization was founded
by Hearst. Hearst declared himself
last night at the opening rally of the

local fusion campaign in the first pub-

lie address he has made since return

ing from abroad.

' I am speaking," he said, "as a good
citizen, 1 hope, and also as a good
3Sioi?yatr"-lurpby and nls kind "drove
men out of the democratic party five

years ago, but the commendable course

of the national democracy has brought
me back into the field."
He declared he would continue his
fight against Tammany Hall's "un "undemocratic
democratic "undemocratic principles." Hearst's au audience
dience audience was composed mostly of repub republicans
licans republicans and Independence League mem members.
bers. members. His declaration caused much
surprise and a great deal of uneasi uneasiness
ness uneasiness on the part of the members of the
league. Without Hearst's backing and
purse the life of the league will likely
he terminated.

VALUES FOR MEN

Bonar $3.00 Hats

X

Emery Shirts
Stetson Shoes
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Sweet, Orr & Com Company's
pany's Company's Trousers

HELVEfOTI i PASTEUR

THIS IS A SIGNED GUARANTEE OF SAT SATISFACTION
ISFACTION SATISFACTION BY THE MANUFACTURERS OF
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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
cept diamonds). If, however, the stones should come out, the maker re replaces
places replaces them absolutely free of charge. The ring is guaranteed In every
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 sold.

Makers of Rings "In Which the Stones Do Stay In
Buffalo, N Y.

KICKED BY A MAD HOttSE

JAMES C. DAIILM.-W,

"COUnOY" MAYOR OF OMAHA,
"THROWS THE LARIAT"

SAVED HIS MOTHER'S LIFE

'Four doctors had

giyea me up.'

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 Hawes 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 tk tk-en
en tk-en Foley Kidney Fills and they have
given me a great deal of relief so I
cheer-fully recommend them." Yours

truly, (signed) James C. Pahlman. For

sale at the Court Pharmacy.

writes Mrs. Laura Qains, of Avoca.
La., "and my (hildren and my friends
were looking for me to die, when my

-on insisted that I use Klectric Hit

ters. I did so, and they have done me

a world of good. I wrill always praise

them." Electric Bitters is a priceless
blessing to women troubled with faint

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 ",0o at Tydings &

Company,

Samuel Birsch, of Jleetown, Wis., hid
a most nary-ow escape from losing his

leg, aa fco doctor could heal the fright frightful
ful frightful sore that developed, but t last

Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured it com completely.
pletely. completely. Its the greatest healer of ul ulcers,
cers, ulcers, burns, boia. ecxema, scalds, cuts,
corns, coV-Uaores, bruises and piles on
earth,. Try it 25c at Tydings & Co,

LAND FOR SAfcTC

LOYAL FORCE. LOT

REGISTRATION NOTICE

lor

scs and I

iies

In the Rattle With Rebel at Hankow

ami Were Driven to Tbelr Ship

Shanghai. Oct. 21. Revolutionists

have defeated the loyal troops and tne
fleet at Hankow and Wtienaug. The
remnant of Admiral Sah Cheng Ting's

land force f more than 2.000 men has

been taken aboard the gunboats. The

revels overwhelmed them by their-

n umbers and better organization.

The registration b.aoks of the city

of Ocala will be open from this date

til1, the second Saturday in November.
All persons desiring to register may do
so by calling at the city clerk's office.
October ."th, 1011.
IJ. C. Histrunk,
Clerk and ex-Officio Supervisor of
Registration of the City of Ocala.

I have a large shipment of fine Ten Tennessee
nessee Tennessee horses and mules for all purposes

at my yard on West Exposition Street,
in Ocala. This is the first shipment of
stock to the city this season and is un unusually
usually unusually fine. I am prepared to make

very attractive prices on the animals
and invite your inspection.
I have also a load of horses and mules
at Inverness, Citrus County, and another
at Wildwood, Sumter County, and will
be pleased to have the public call at

location that is the most convenient for

them, when in need of stock.
Respectfully,

TO TDI-J IILIC

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 relief
lief relief of throat and lung troubles and
for general tonic treatment.
Their demonstrator, Trof. 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.
The Neel Armstrong Co.

ENDORSED AT HOME

For sale, forty acres of fine land
located at Fort McCoy and one mile
west of Ocala Northern Railroad. Will
sell in ten acre lots If so desired.
Twenty acres cypress timber and
twenty acres pine and hammock. Per Perfectly
fectly Perfectly safe investment: will double in
value in a very short time. Perfect

deed. Apply to W. II. McConn. P. O.

Box 16, Ocala, Fla.

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A MEDICINE: THAT
GIVES CONFIDENCE
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 children have
been subject to coughs and colds. I
used Foley's Honey and Tar Compound
and found that it cured their coughs
and colds, so I keep it In the house all
the time." Refuse substitutes. For
sale at the Court Pharmacy.

Such Pro.uf as This Should
A 11 y Ocala Citizen

Convince

NOTICE
P.ids 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. Carmichael or J. H.
Taylor.

CANDLER

Mr. Fl. N. Do Do-caller
caller Do-caller in Ocala

Hugh J. Nichols.

Candler. Oct. 20. 20.-Long
Long 20.-Long was a business

Monday.
Hon. E. L Carney, en route to Ocala

front Oklawaha. was shaking ham's
with friends here Wednesday.
Mesdames Henry and Clement? of
Lake Weir -were pleasant callers here
Wednesday morning.
Rev. Wenrich tilled hi usual ap appointment
pointment appointment here Sunday morning,
preaching in his usual masterful and
impressive manner. Rev. Wenrich is
not only an orator, but possesses a cul cultivated
tivated cultivated tenor voice. As a special fea feature
ture feature of the morning service he render rendered
ed rendered that never old solo, "Saved by
Grace."
Mr. W. A. Warren, an architect from

The public endorsement of a local

citizen is the best proof that can be
produced. None better, none stronger
can be had. When a man comes for

ward and testifies to hi3 fellow citi citizens,
zens, citizens, addresses his friends and neigh

bors, you may be sure he is thorough

ly convinced or he would not do so. j

Telling one's experience when it is for
the public good is an act of kindness
that should be appreciated. The fol following
lowing following statement given by a resident
of Ocala adds one more to the many
ea e 3 of home endorsement which are
being publ'she-l about Doan's Kidney
Pills. Read it.
R. C. Loveridge, 225N. Magnolia St.,
Ocala, Fla.. says: "I have taken Doan's
Kidney Pills for kidney and bladder
trouble and have found them to be a

reliable medicine. I do not hesitate to
recommend this preparation and ad

vise its use in cases of kidney com complaint."
plaint." complaint." For sale by all dealers. Price 50

cents. Foster-Milbum Co., Buffalo,

New York sole agents for the United
States.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.

READ 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-

m.iti TaSns 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.

JUST ASK YOUR WIFE

IF SHE WOULDN'T
LIME TO DAVE
A NEW RANGE?
SHE'LL LIKE TDE KIND WE SELL. COME SEE.
IVHairloim Mairdlvvaiipcs Co.
OCALA. FLORIDA.

A PAR I'M K NTS FOR KKNT
The second floor of the Bell apart apartment
ment apartment house on Fort King avenue is
for rent. Apply to Joseph Bell at the
court house.

Do not put your wife or daughter

off. but buy her the piano you have

promised her so long. See them at
Weihe's jewelry store.

a woman's appeal appeal-to
to appeal-to all knowing sufferers of rheuma

tism, whether muscular or of the
joints sciataica. lumbagos, backache.

pains m tne Kwnejs or ntuiaiB'
pains, to write to her for a home treat treatment
ment treatment which has repeatedly cured all
of these tortures. She feels it her duty
to send it to all sufferers free. You
cure yourself at home as thousands
will testify no change of climate be being
ing being necessary. This simple discovery
banishes uric acid from the blood,
loosens the stiffened joints, purines
the blood, and brightens the eyes, giv giving
ing giving elasticity and tone to the whole
system. If the above Interests you, for
proof address Mrs. M. Summers, Box
R, South Bend, Ind. 23.

THIS SEAL STANDS FOR
quality, and is stamped on everything
you buy here. Always on band 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 need we will eliminate
your, troubles.
KNIGHT & LANG,
OCALA FLORIDA

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

THOMAS M. WILSON.



OCALA EVENING STAR

Bittinger & Carroll, Proprietors.
R. PL C&rrroll, Business Manager.
" J. H. Benjamin, Editor.
CRUSHING THE SMALLER
TRANSPORTATION COMPANIES
The Star Is in receipt of a letter
from Mr. Frank Drew, president of the
Florida Railroad Company, thanking it
for its interest in the trouble the rail railroad
road railroad is having with the Knickerbocker
Trust Company.
Mr. Drew says that not a little of
the trouble his company i3 having Is
caused by the express companies, his
railroad having announced its inten intention
tion intention to establish an express service on
Its line with rates 23 to 40 per cent
lower, than those now charged. They
are trying to crush out this little rail railroad
road railroad as an object lesson to anyone
who may dare to think of disturbing
their monopolies.
Mr. Drew further says:
"As you state, our fight is not only
one that in its decision wJ.ll mean
much to us individually, but It is also
one that in a way goes to the right of
every Independent transportation com company
pany company that may be projected and under undertaken
taken undertaken in this state, and including Mr.
Rentz's property, with which it has
been our desire to make connection and
to afTord it terminal facilities with us
whenever it should have been con constructed
structed constructed to Jacksonville. I am just in
receipt today of Information to the ef effect
fect effect that the railway being projected
across the state from Tampa is meet meeting
ing meeting with opposition from some of the
same parties who are very active
against us."
This Is Indeed a vital subject to
Ocala, which has a fair prospect of be beting
ting beting the center of several small but
important independent lines. There Is
no reason why these lines should not
pay well, and they would be a help
rather than a hindrance to the big
railroad companies, if it was not for
the narrow and shortsighted policy of
trying to crush them out. As for the
express company, it Is the biggest and
most strongly entrenched monopoly in
the United States, and its present
policy is doing a great deal toward
bringing on government ownership of
all transportation facilities.
THAT SOCIALIST PROFESSOR
No one was condemning the profes professor
sor professor in question for anything in his pri private
vate private life, but for his teachings, and as
he 'has admitted trying to desseminate
his socialistic Ideas, which the Star
says he had no right to teach, then the
Star joins In the condemnation also.
Tampa Times.
The Star declines to join in his con condemnation
demnation condemnation unless he was trying to
teach socialism In his classelT Outside
of school hours, he had as much right
to advocate socialism as a democrat
has to advocate the election of, a dem democrat
ocrat democrat to the presidency, or a Christian
has to induce a friend to join his
church. The Star has known both de denominational
nominational denominational religion and partisan
politics to be commended in our pub public
lic public schools, and no one found any fault,
because they agreed with the views of
the majority; all the same, it was a
Trlla!lotr. of thespirit of our institu institutions
tions institutions to mention tnem ln scnooi nours.
An intelligent young lady, a graduate
of the State- College for Women, and
one who came under the teaching of
the professor against whom complaints
have been made, said:.
"I have been a pupil of Mr. Calhoun
and he never taught me anything
more anarchistic than this: educate
the ignorant, punish the vicious with
consideration,- better the condition of
the slum classes and the people of the
tenements and sweatshops. He never
taught me any doctrine which, if it
prevailed, would cause the destruction
and overthrow of our social fabric and
our governmental Institutions."
PARCELS POST IN PROSPECT
Among the estimates submitted by
Postmaster General Hitchcock to Con
gress at the coming session will be one
for a parcels post.
The express companies of the United
States, which are becoming our most
oppressive and defiant monopolies, are
fighting the parcels post Idea tooth and
toenail, and have obtained the assist
ance of a great many people who
should be wiser to their own interests.
The principal objection urged against
the parcels post is that it will give
the mail order houses in the big cities
such an enormous advantage over the
retail dealers in small ones.
The truth of the matter is that the
parcels post will be a bigger help to
the merchants of such little cities as
Ocala than it will be to the mail order
houses of New York and' Chicago
There isn't a day but what our mer
chants, particularly the druggists and
dry goods men. need to send small
packages to out of town customers,
and they now either have to depend on
the uncertain accommodation of some
traveler, or send by express, which
costs two or three times as much as
it would) cost to send by parcels post
Anyone living at Candler or Mcintosh
would be much wore likely to buy by
mail from Ocala or Gainesville than
from New York or Chicago.
The express companies not only
charge high rates for their services,
but If a package is lost, they will
spend ten times its value in trying to
keep from paying for it. as a deterrent
to poor people who can't afford litiga litigation.
tion. litigation. The parcels post has been success-,
fully operated in European countries,
and it will work all right in this one
If given a fair trial.
A CHANCE FOR IMPROVEMENT
The northern side of Adams street,
opposite the government building, has
for a long time been higher than the
other, ever sincevthe ojovernment'build ojovernment'build-Ing
Ing ojovernment'build-Ing lot was graded, making it very in inconvenient,
convenient, inconvenient, not to say dangerous, for
passing vehicles. The water company
is laying a main, has been obliged to
dig up the street at this point the full
length of the block, and now is a good
chance for the city to have it put on
& level. The Star is confident that the
water company will give the city all
reasonable assistance in the matter.
AID A GOOD INSTITUTION
It has been brought to our notice of
how, much real good the Comfort
Lodge has. been to the people and the
town. During the two dullest months
of the year, July and August, the at attendance
tendance attendance averaged 125 a week, and
quite a number of the young ladies
who work down town take their mid midday
day midday lunches at the lodge. Every com comfort
fort comfort can be had there, as well as the
latest magazines and papers. One can
write letters and read the latest stories
In the leading periodicals during the
noon hour. Now it is up to the enter enterprising
prising enterprising business men to help keep up

this worthy institution. Let the ladles
as well as the men come forward and
assist in making this one of Ocala's"
strong attractions. If you wish to
know what is most needed just call

up phone 256 for all particulars.
HUSRANDS TO AVOID DIVORCE
My advice to husbands who wish to j
avoid divoree is this: Don't quote j
mother. Call up your wife while at bus- j
iness and ask how she is, and tell her
you called her up just to hear her
voice. Bring her a box of candy; one
of the new books she is interested in:
a flower, even if it is faded and you
have picked it up off the street; a
pretty pin or handkerchief and don't
ever lay your head on your pillow at
night without having done something
to gain and obtain a firmer hold on
your wife's love. Kiss her every day.
At least once a month meet her down downtown
town downtown and take her out to dinner and
the theater. Don't ever stop courting,
for as soon as you do some other man
will begin. Make your wife your com companion.
panion. companion. Take her out with you and
when you have a big time take your
wife along, and the divorce evil will be
lessened. Judge Petit in Leslie's.
Good! Now how can the wives avoid
divorce? Who will answer?
WHITE ROSES
The following tender and beautiful
poem by J. W. Foley will find echo in
many hearts, for who is nearer and
dearer than the family doctor "with
that big heart o his."
A dozen roses fer ol Doc Griggs,
An, some fer his bay hor.se. too;
Fer Doc wasn't none o yer fussy prigs.
nut a man, clean thru an thru:
He jogpred along in his easy way
An he smiled with a sunny smile.
An' him and his gig an' that dappled
oay
Went many a weary mile.
Say! He had a look that was medicine,
An a smile that was tonic, too;
An' th' gloom cleared up when Doc
came in j
With his cheery Howdy-do.
An' he had a touch like an Ansel's ki.ss
That was cool an' soft an' kind
Say! Gi' me a dozen flowers like this.
Th sweetest that you can find.
Why, all th' children 'ud wave an' call
An' toss him a kiss an' a smile;
His heart was a place 'at 'ud hold 'em
al,
'Cause he knowed 'em all th' while
Fr'm th' time they're born, an' they'd
bring him flower?
An' sugar for that old bay
Say, vhe was a man, he was, an' ours.
Rain, shine, er night er day.
Why, he set more legs an' he cured
more hives
An' he knocked more rheumatiz.
An' he druv more miles an' he saved
more lives!
An that great big heart o' his
Was a place t' lay yer troubles down;
An' charity! Why, say!
I c'd buy nigh half of this country town
With what he give away!
Only a country doctor, hey?
Well. God made th' country, sure;
An' God made Doc jest the same way,
Great big an' fresh an' pure:
Say! Gi' me white roses they'll match
with him.
Dadblame this ornery blur!
Gittin' old. I guess, an' my eyes is dim:
Bill, lend me yer handkercher!
When in jacKsonvIlle stop with Mrs.
E. L. Maloney, at the Girard, No. il
East Duval, just off Main. Best 73c
room in the city.
AT
MONDAY, OCT. 23,
10 Yards ,of
SIMPSON'S
FAST COLORED
PERCALES
for
39
Assorted Patterns.
10 Yards of
FAST COLORED
DRESS LAWNS
for
19
Assorted Patterns.
Either one of these
Specials would be
cheap at double the
price.
SALE FROM
10 to 12 A. M.
and
2 to 4 P, M.
Please bear the time in
mind as we strictly ad adhere
here adhere to same.
ONLY ONE OF EITHER
ITEMS TO A CUSTOMER.
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FAR FIN! nni

iUIl MIL i Mill; 1 1 1 1 1 i

Exhibition (Ground and Uuildins Ur Urine
ine Urine Put in Splendid Shape and
People Tatkintc Great
Interest
The Marion County Fair
has a plant that is worth
$13,000 to ?20,000. The
Association
todav fr-m
association
owe.s only" about a thousand dollars,
and with an average fair this year.
should, have a surplus in the treasury
again, after meeting all mils.
The editor and manager of the Htar
paid a visit to the fair srrounds Fri-
day afternoon to see how Messrs. Will
lams and Kobinson. the secretary and
president of the association, were set
ting on with Lie work of putting the
plant in shape for the fair next month.
We will take the place by buildings
first. As we entered the sates we
noted with pleasure that there were
two large sates instead of one as
heretofore, one to enter by and another
to come out through, which will save
considerable time and necessarily pre prevent
vent prevent accidents.
The first building- reached is the b::
rest shed, substantially built and cov
ered, as all building's are, with heavv
galvanized iron. It lias been j.lacei in
first class shape, amide seats will be
provided and a retiring room and lav
atory for the use of women and child
ren will be put in one corner.
The next building on the left is the
big- refreshment stand and lunch coun counter.
ter. counter. Across on the left are the offices of
the fair association and in front, the
big building for machinery and manu manufactured
factured manufactured articles. Kxtending for near nearly
ly nearly 225 feet on the right is the immense
grand stand, which will now comforta comfortably
bly comfortably seat 2,200 persons. The manage management
ment management has connected 'the white and col colored
ored colored stands, thereby doubling the ca capacity
pacity capacity of the white stand and making
it one continuous structure. wirh n

light division separating- the two races, j Music led 1
The ticket office is in front of the ; tra anil chor;
grand stand and a high fence has been (come,
built across from the refreshment! At 31 3- f"- 1
stand to the grand stand with a small! 'iH occupy ; 1

gate for entrance and a big rolling
gate to be opened for exit.
Turning west from the entrance to
the grand stand is the big agricultural
and women's building, the latter de department
partment department having been greatly enlarged
and floored.
On the left is the big permanent
building of Mclver MacKay and
north, beyond the agricultural build building',
ing', building', the splendid permanent exhibit
building of the- Ocala Lumber & Supply
Company.
Next to the agricultural building is
the lars'e buildinar for the colored race,
in which they had such a creditable
exhibit last year, l'.eyond on the left
are the extensive cattle sheds and-pt.-n-,
on the rig-ht those for the oa and
sheep, and still furtht-r on. the ureat
sheds with scores of comfortable box
stalls for the horses. These sheds are
nearly 500 feet Ions and a biA. open
shed covered with galvanized iron is
being- placed alonj? in front of the box
sheds. ""All of this is now covered with
new galvanized iron roof.
On the rig-ht, just before reach::-;?
pump and tank for water supply. There There-is
is There-is a splendid drilled well at this tank,
and there are two others on the
grounds supplied with force pumps
and furnishing' inexhaustible supplies
of pure water, an absolute necessity
to the conduct of. the fair. In the r?ar
of the north portion of the urand
stand is the poultry building arid
there is another large space for advertising-
exhibits if desired, though the
management will leave the finishing finishing-of
of finishing-of the Interior to the individual rent renters.
ers. renters. In front of and in the center from
end to end of the grand stand the man management
agement management has built a new band stand
so that the band will be on that side
of the race track this year. sThis stand
is also available for speakers.
The entire grounds have been nice nicely
ly nicely cleaned up and an oat field of sev several
eral several acres planted on the north por portion.
tion. portion. The oats are up and looking
fine. The race track is in good shape
and will be worked over the last thing
before the fair opens. The outer fence
surrounding the entire 40 acres has
been repaired, wherever needed. The
railing around either side of the track
has been also repaired, as well as the
judges' stand.
The Ocala street committee will see
that the street leading to the fair
grounds is repaired and placed in jrood
condition before the fair opens, and
that same is kept wet down (o keep
the thoroughfare as free from dust as
is possible with the great crowds that
TO and come over it.
The entire plant is wired for elec electricity,
tricity, electricity, including wiring to all of the
concession grVmmls, where lights can
be had and the current will be turned
on before the fair opens.
Preparations are being made for the
largest and best fair that Marion
county has ever held and such a one is
fully expected by the management as
well as all others interested in this
sreat undertaking. Seasons and crop
conditions look favorable throughout
the county for larye agricultural ex exhibits.
hibits. exhibits. Considerable enthusiasm is be being
ing being manifested throughout the countv
and the interest is or.
the increase.
Let every public
and child in the
spirited man, woman
county prepare to do
his or her full part
towards the uen-

erai success or uie ra:r. ueeide toi,h
make an exhibit, send what you have, j

be it much or little, and
we will have
the greatest county fair i
in the history i
of the state.
There is a great deal of interest being-
taken in Dr. J. C. Boozer's corn
contest and this feature alone will
a big item at the fair and so nit- mag magnificent
nificent magnificent exhibits of corn will he set n
ana some Keen rivalry may ;e exp---t
ed among our farmers.
Mr. Z. C. Chambliss velvet bean pre
mius offers are sure to gather a fins
lot of exhibit. at the fair and will d d-a
a d-a great deal towards pushing alon:
one of the greatest sources of ivco'.i!
of the county.
CAHIJ OF TH M
' Since the Lord hath seen S: to take
f rom us one whom we lovt-1 s lie v.
J. A. Quarterman and family take this
'method of thankin-' a!i f rieiiJjs for
their kindness to them during rhf- ill-
ne.-s
and death of their beloved
; Mrs. Jennie Quartern) an. who deparr-l
this life Thursday. Oetob-r I 1 1
! They especially thank the different
! ministers who assisted ai the funeral
and the many friends who av- r'.oral
pieces -and more especially Mclver and
MacKay, funeral director--, for t :ivr
'very timely services, the city new-
papers w ho expressed their deep sy.n-
pa thy and Her. John r.rown f'r his

er exct-'.lent and con-oling poem
Lev. J. A. Quarterman.
Mr. and Mrs. J A. Quarterman, Jr.

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A cordial invitation
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a. m. Sunday
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C.HO p. m. P. Y. 1 U.
7:30 p. m. Preaching-.
Subject, "The 1-1 1 hies -f t
nif-nt." This is the first of ;
sermons on the "Plan of Snl
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Prayer and praisi wviev
day 7:3t p. in.
A cordial invitation to all o
services.
Christian
W. 11. Coleman, Minister
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Text. II Kiny
Mabel Ritchie.
Sor.g:.
Prayer.
Bible lesson re
Bible story of
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Maid" Maid"-'
' Maid"-' .Mrs.
both Cowdrick.
Bi'ole story, "Gehaz:'
field.
Chalk talk, Klizabeth
Sentence prayers.
Mission story Robert
Acrost ic.,.
Bible drill
Roll call.
Payment of due-.
Mizpah.
TV' hi
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Cosvdri
episcopal
Rev. Campbell Gray,
Holy .Eucharist 7:00 a.
R.
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m.
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suruay school y:4; a
I.itany and Holy Euci
mon 10:15 a. m.
Evening- prayer nni
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Holy Euehar;-t daiJy
K v e n i n g pr a y e r 7: ', ) j
and Fridav, 3:"Q p. m.
sermon
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Monday Guild of St. Mar
Gamsby's, Altar Guild at .Mrs.
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Wednesday Senior
St. Andrew 8 p. in.
Friday choir pract
On Sunday the re
the morning and the
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Rev
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in the evening.
On Thursday the rector w
Sumterville. returning Fr-da;
to ( i hi: a coi.d in ii:
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lets. Druggists
to cure. TI. W.
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Their- is wide experience, -capable management and, ample
capital back ..of the Commercial Bank:. together, with" a-thoroughly
organized system and a ties ire and willingness to counsel and
advise, with patrons. .P; .". J : :
Dank Service on this .bassis is both desirable and ; necessary
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It i.-; our intention that every customer gets entire satisfaction. If
any time you get anything of us that doesn't come up to your expee expee-rion.
rion. expee-rion. we aok'yon to sea-I it back. This is one of our principles" x-f doiaj

Of all the thin that are GOOD TO EAT, and usually liept in a
t class grocery store. YOU WiLL FIND THEM HERE.

.Our KOVAL SCARLET CANNED GOODS, and Chase -item's
:.L B 71 AND COFFEE are aiMong the QL'AI.ITY GOODS Ikzl .v. e han.3ie
'I recommend to people who want THE BEST.
Among our late arrivals you will find: ..
HECivEn'S SELF KISIN'G Hl'CKU'llKAT
HI-:CKEirS OATMKAL .l i'AXCAliK FLOl'lt
BO.VELEfv" BREAKFAST IV.VCOX
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A FELL ASSOBT1! EXT ATIOX.L BISFEIT CO'S.
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ifui Beau-ifui Willow Plumes, wliich I offer at
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rihtcbZB L-ong, 24 Incites Wide, $1500
M Incfics Lcai, 24 Inches' Wide, $12.50
i caw : von i.i;V loiigtli. widtli. style or color ot
'ln:na iu.-' Attractive Priewb .Call and examine the
new on display. f"
MISS MARY AFFLECK

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OCALA, FLORIDA
FLUMES
Ofiiia. Florida
sroiiji run rcxt
j, ilv.lt of fremt tore Anxvnmialri al (he
j Hoodmar hloik, neil te Thrnx-Zafberr
Fiirniiurfr houxe, for rnt. Apply (w
Ifr. A Kin or Mr. ISeunett, with Urala
Plomblni? & K.ie-trle Com pa nr.
XOTICK TO CREDITORS'
Noti-fe i hereby irfven to all cred
! itors, it-gatefs, distributees and all oth
i er persons having claims and demand
ac-ainst 4 he estate of Stephen Hodge,
deceaseo. ia irc-ent a;d flalma iiniv
.'prayed to ti-c. under?:--r.ed within one
j year fro n the date of the' first publi-
vtiou of this r-Oiit ft. to- wit: May l&th,
i'". Samuel L. Ilode,
! Gertrude Johnson,
j Aa Aim. niftratora Ketate of Stephen
: IloJgre. Decoase'i.
' Address: Ocala, Fla.
, -NOTICr. TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby srlven to all cred cred-,
, cred-, iters. If-srateei, distributees ail aii
oxher persons having claims or de de-;
; de-; munds against the estate of !r. T.
; -"- PaK'.-r, detcased. to present the
---i i:;e to the undersigned ciuiy proven
v.'Uhin one year from date.
SS'rn. M. Baker.
4 7 West 4 2nd St., New York City..
: An I.-Xcc'Cor of Last V'iii an-1 Ttsta Ttsta-"i.'it
"i.'it Ttsta-"i.'it of Mrl. T W. Pal-fr.
'.NOTICK
I i-!.--! Fettleneat and DKctiarc
Votlc-fc I.-. rtiMny tiivnn that oi ihe
3 ay Feoryary, A. 1. 1512, tij
:ry.;r.e i v.I; present my sccoaat
1 v.-' (T. f tne JJ arable Jo.6fn Jo.6fn-;:!,
;:!, Jo.6fn-;:!, -if piobatw in and tor Mar-
-:i '-own--, i- ii-ida. t.i.l will make my
:.al . a;iJ umdy for final
.-j-;:Lr;- sac: r.;ari.ao.
AJarthi J Ja troops,
s 'ivr. T'.'.u i -,i '.".r.-alc, Dcila avA
I ir- y.r -, Minors.
Tr. i a J-I ".v. ) 'Jl 1.
Ai,
i'-'r -'t-re& g ven that on the
'Usy --". liecembvi, 1511. at 10
i '., I, as guardian of I'aulin
::;'. v.-i;i make my final re tun.
. vouchers and accounts to
judge of Marion cH.nfy.
:-r his cfSce in OcaUu I'lorlda, I'lorlda,-iil
iil I'lorlda,-iil it said time ano place raake
to the slid eobnty judre
y --c'large as guardian' t-t sail
Lloyd.
; J;;r,e 6th, 1911.
George Giles,
a-, of Pauline V. Lloyd, a Minor.
-NOlilC TO CUEDITORS
,..:'. r is hereby gjven to all credl-dii-trirtutees
and all other per-
Hvjfl.g -cJaims cr demands against
- ; of James W. Means, deceas deceas-.
. deceas-. o -.it she same duly proven to
ur. ier.;i r.ed within one year.
Ausrusta Evfns Means,
A-;r--.-r.istrr.ti ik of the Estate of
os '. Means, Deceafed.
. r ty given that the
j "-.; cammisviont-rs far Mi.
y. t :ci!"..i, at the.r me ling
c w:li rsrelve h'ls far the
- ot ti;e old county Jail Into
p-jyor housf, accerdina: to
s-..'tiflraJiOTis of same on lle
-S'3 efftce. T. S;str:nk;
Clerk Circuit Court

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ThfHtuT Toniffht

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"A Km a, for a Day" comedy comedy-"i
"i comedy-"i r- v. '.'in at S."0 an 1 will run
1 1. -.':k-. millni: or serious, it
j! -i :n! -"-p-tl every minute
.-it voi! watch it.

IF YOU AVKKE TO IJIE TODAY AVOl'lill YOU LEAVE BEHIND
IIKLI'LKSS MTTLK CHILDREif THE 0K WAY TO KEEP THEM
FKOM XEED TO SAVE PART OF THE MONEY YOU MAKE.
PL.VXT IT IV OUR IlAMv; IT WILL (.ROW.
AVE WILL PTY YOU FOI lt PER ('EST INTEREST OX THE

i MONEY YOU PUT IN" OUR RANK AND COMPOUND THE INTEREST

EVERY THREE MONTHS.
CAPITAL FULLY PAID IN' f 75,000
JNO. U EDWARDS. Pres. CLARENCE CAMP. Vive Prei.
H. D. STOKES, Cashier.

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1 j all 1 'i "-tke? If so there is
r -'-.- or;i.riiirisr haaiy the matter
i yon. liar prescrlttion: Take a
- - r, -'t at lea-t iT.ee a month
f -s untp to tne Commercial
T, -v1.- aruarantee vou will be
. t --ro-i: I" benefited :f not permanently
: ci'-rj-il, and we refund your money on
cicm.iriCl, cure or no cure.

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Cfil-i t I '.'.:. f anr.e'.:-, fr.- f .(
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W. C. T V w n :iol.l iio rt-2i'i--ines
inceti'!2r next Tuesday af-v
n at 4 o'clock with Mrs. ,J. D.
t tnr- ?r K. jar.OTiaue. and all
3 ar:i nrdialiy invitel.
v '.i'. a fo-v literary features
l'-e b '.-iness session, which in-

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' -' :.- ion of dele'-ratt to 'the
" f. T. Xr. convention which
v-r"-- i"i Tarn pa the fourth week
X .v:--"; r, n whicn occasion Mrs.

1 I'" p S'tur- 1 II.--- -nna Gordon

at'onrl temnt r?nt!e fame, are ex-!

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Beginning Monday, October 23rd, we place oar
entire line ol CLUETT PEABODY'S 01.50 and
$2.00 shirts on sale at reduced prices.

Tliis is positively the FIRST time the price has been
cut on this line. The goods you all know are a STAND STANDARD
ARD STANDARD of MERIT and WORKMANSHIP, and the name
stands for PERFECTION in shirt making. Comes in all
the newest patterns and tailored from the best imported
Madras and Cambric.

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REMEMBER all $1.50 and 2.00 CLU CLUETT
ETT CLUETT PEABODY'S SHIRTS for.

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m t:- e rid iron as the Star
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1 carr.e.

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Vvl rave arot'nrr of its de de-r.'i
r.'i de-r.'i c:.n-er's list nisrht. A lnrp-o
? va in attendance: the square
liyiv v.-ith reople. ana the curb
1.: 1 v- :i ato-. T-e ari'earane

i Gruhb.- awcJ the rowdy
r-r-f. and the only sounds
r.--ie r.-rt- the ripple? of
-i t'io rhii'lrpn rompincr on
'i wi- p,;:'Vy f.rr- music
i -.rl never piijel better.

i.leTl. and all in all
.- a more quietly plea-

$1.19

Ike sale at this price will positively close Saturday, Nov. 4Q.
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY

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v'fc-i nicj-n an-J Wrdt'iim
r.f 21 -;r-r-,s, fully warranted to

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OCALA, FLORIDA

Ol R EA $50,000 "PALACE PRISON

Plan to hear Mr. Ley .Sunday nigrht
in hi discussion of some of tlie reasons
ffhv Ocala requires such a building- It
will be worth while.

AAEATIIER FORECAST

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Lot-al rains toniyrht or Bunday-except
lair outh portion, cooler tonight ex-

r t-U f"r ?15 rach. treme northvvet-t portion, cooler Sun-

t-io tsvrrdy I day northwest portion.

a la Tawn and

Mrs. W. F. Tecum v,-ill leave Men-1
lay for her home in Dade City. Mr?.
Yocum has been spending several
weeks with her daughter, Mrs. W. T.
Gary.

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, .11 s.3. 1 v-at"'io, Eltr'.r
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(EATINGS CAFE
Charles RodonT, Proprietor.
Itest Quick Lnnok Eeatloa: Heu
In the CKr
Apalacblcola and Cedar Kejr
Oysteri In All Style
Everything that is good
to eat, properly served
Right Now, when you
want it. All Delicacies
of the Season.

'o-V, a-ort- r7An'l: 1, t..- -- Mil Mil-l.,u
l.,u Mil-l.,u at 2''U : t0 t;outv, p,i-r. a c?rcet i.-i2-12;.i

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v. e will sell AT d M Gilbert M. Younglove

ac Oca.a i'awn A: were reH.i5terea at the White House i

yesterday. They have just returned

from a honeymoon trip through the
east and will be at home to their

i friends on East Lassiter street wunin

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how fast Mr.

Mr. Geo. C. Crom was at the Oeala
House last night. He says the rails on
the Oeala Northern are laid to within
seven mile:? of Palatka, and the gap is

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'tr t: at r.e.v .laughter of
; a- t'juit'l her Ernestine.

Mr. G. R. Ellis, the Gainesville fer fer-tiliber
tiliber fer-tiliber man, was in the city today, on
hi way home for Sunday. Mr. Ellis

.r-nv he i- with. Ernest j nas been uown in nenwuuu

-ayq business In gool mere ana peopie
arriving every day.

ir TI. i: Clarkson went out to tne
.,, Vj,iil.r,!'iv. and ?he hoys at the

Mr. Jno, T. Smith was in town today,
on his way to Dunnellon to his home

av he ent in ( in Micanony. Mr. Smith haa a ian

ir: r o. a

-r t':i- n.ornin:

-V3 called to

I while at work in a phosphate mine a

few days nsro, and came very near be be-mr
mr be-mr killed. Tlis head and face were

. 1 ;,r.'f.'--;-ra bu-si- t. -nidy brui-ed. He was on his way

H- will r-'":ri tomorrow or next

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and Piano f

f r- 'b-. 'f S.-n4a Ito-a. Calif,
'.;t fr.'Ti Mr. Claj ton,
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.i nl II 1 r.n-r family
u Air. r--u y 'ntnJed so-

. f -r.' :.u :ns in-J.
I M ir.'n c urt;- -o
..; any further.

ho?ne to recuperate.

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Mr C. J. Rosrero of Palatka was in
town today, on his way home for Sun

day. Mr. Roaero has been traveling
about the county with his wife in their

auto but recently found the car una

' tn do the worK, so ornereu a

hor-epower Euiok from John Spencer,
with which he can go anywhere and

return.

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Serve FLEiUL, to your ramny.
Serve PLEZOL. to your friends.

When you are down town drink

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Mr. John T'edrick. a Confederate vet

eran of Dunnellon. was taken ill

Thurr.jdV with a -translated hernia.

I Hi- phvsicians relieved him partially

''u: hi- t'-nd.tion rerr.aineJ eries and

i rh '--' .'-ian from Oeala was called to

vesrlay afternoon. An opera-

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We can supply you with pure Ice for

all purposes, whether your require

ments are for home use or for car carload.
load. carload. Place your orders with ua.

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OCALA ICE & PACKING CO CO-OCALA.
OCALA. CO-OCALA. FLORID

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Tis wa! dane and to-

w-V 'ay at 1 ; m. he :.- re-tics easy, now

. fjllv really. r.-c the narrow e-cape irom

death but ior tae ftrutt uivia
hal r---r. iereJ.

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- ,p ..a- l.lnc or Chffl Tonh 'REST AND "FLTTI
n A :r. VX1, others : TO MOTiren and child
' 1 Mr WINSLOWS SOOTHING S7RUP
. ... "3 s h, en iie for over tIXTiT YEARS

TI'" ni,D ...JdAciL nAK; 1V M!LL;(lX fif MOTHFIRS for their

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the

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VO'Tt -MO.VEY BACK 1 lS" lt rerr.ejy for DIAR-
- TWENTY-FIVE RHOEA. Ii it-olu:eiy harmKrs. Be
' T-.f-vw.-TT7. ir.rfi and isk for "Mrs. Winslow's

kind. TweLty-Sve cents "a, bottle-

- ? TO viC fS GCARANTEED ivrLr-HKX AVHH.K TEETHING, wit!
-v:- OT--- 'iT.ipJ. TO; i'-IRPECT ST'ffP.SS It SOOTHES th,
l 1 ,V .t;;;W rm ri;1 "'i-i'- softens the gemm. al
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CHOICE MEATS
We pride purselrea on giving our
trade a steadily maintained service of
best product at lowest .market

prices.
Why not give U3 today's order so we
can show you the high-class qualities
we specialize oji?
w. f. KmvARTS
Phone 108 New Citj Market, v
OCALA, FLORIDA.

MONTEZUMA BARBER SHOP
W. F. BLESCH. Proprietor.
easiness Men's favorite Place Ileop'
ened bj r Veteran.
CALL AND SEE Httl



OCALA EVEXISG STAR, SATUlilAY, OCTOBER 21, 101i.

Ml ft TUESDAY oil
lift A (mPTME ffH?

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BUM urcuu WATER-PROOF TENTS 1

tfel- TJS MARVEX OF ALU SHOWS VCiA WMm
rfJ&S??S4 'TV AA ARC GIVEN UNDER Xr2J2J WTi 1
Cthe LARGEST TENT WSfX
IWi 6 BIG ARENAS f&SduswIcts V
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1000 PERSONS. 750 WILD ANIMALS

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GREATEST THRILLER
OF THE AGE

OF TRAINED
ELEPHANTS
2 TROUPES OF TRAINED

WONDERS

WORLD

THE BIB8EST AMUSEMENT ENTER.

rRJSCTHC WORLO
KNOWN

IT 10 O'CLOCK EVERY MORNING
Big, New Street Parade
One 50-CenT Ticket Admits to Hi
CIWJAEI 8I0U 12 VI ass mm ?mt
2 7rfrouiBCs Daily at 2 and
9 Bt m. Dhw opa
a I mmd 7 p. m.

TICKETS ON SALE SHOW DAY AT
THE COURT PHARMACY

Fraraitare

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Wc have in our large stcre, almost every
thing yoti- could wish for to furnish your
home, office, farm, garden or work shop with.
We have a complete line of furniture 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 tools, 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 office supplies of all kinds.
Complete furniture for the kitchen and dining
room. We carry in stock every item the
builder or contractor needs.
SEE m BEFORE MAKING YOUR PURCHASES

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OCALA.
Call up Phone 300 and Let

PLUMBIN

AND ELECTRICAL WORK
We Guarantee to Save Yon Money on Any Work in Our Lines

Am fff employ none but expert we are In position to gniarnntee ev every
ery every piece of work we eonMtriiet to stnutl the inspection of- the iot
rlKltl inapectoi-K. It coKt. nothlntc to ret our figure., and you are the
winner, whether we secure the contract or not. Give ns n trial.
M. W. TUCKER

POUT KIXG I1I.OCK

CONFEDERATE VETERANS REUNION
ORLANDO, FLA., OCTOBER 25-26, 1911

Mailc

Will sell Round Trip Tickets at the rate ot One
Cent Per Mile traveled, Plus 25 Cents. Tickets
sold Oct. 23rd to 25th, inclusive, limit Oct. 28th.
For Reservations or Information, call on nearest Atlantic
Coast Line Ticket Agent or write
f R. DEAZLEY, T. P. A., J. G. KIRKIAND, D. P. A.,
TAMPA, FLORIDA

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OF
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FORCE, LANOiHS
3H A SPRiMC
50riER5AULT
LTroaM
FEET-
AWAY.
SEALSSEA LIONS

'tk 50

KCIRCIJS Mfi

HAS EVER
SISTERS BEAUTIFUL
BUTTERFLY ACT
lac Kay
FLORIDA.
us Give an Estimate on Your
OCALA, FI.OHIDA

Casfl Mie

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ino ivian s
Land
A ROMANCE
By Louis Joseph Vance
Illustrations bj Raj Walters
(Ccpyristt. 1510, by Leu is Joseph Vance.J
CHAPTER VII.
Some moments elapsed, Coast's
every nerve and sense upon the rack.
Though he heard It no more, still that j
cry rang in his head, and he could but ;
wait, smitten dumb and motionless, j
feeling his chilled flesh crawl, en-!
thralled by fearsome shapes con-j
jured up by an Imagination striving J
vainly to account for what had hap- j
pened wait (it seemed) intermin-1
ably; for what he hardly knew or j
guessed, unless it were for a repeti- j
tion or some explanation of that in- j
explicable .cry. j
He received neither. His straining i
faculties detected none but familiar j
noises. i
Insensibly he Krew more calm. So I
silent was the world, seemingly so
saturated with the spirit of brooding j
peace, that he was tempted to be believe
lieve believe he had dreamed that first shriek,
to which he had wakened, and that
the second was but an echo of it in
his brain: some hideous trick of
nerves, a sort of waking hallucination,
to bs explained only on psychological
grounds.
And yet .

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Appleyard? What of him? Was! the slanting lay 01 tne iana ana me
there any connection to be traced be- i impossibility of seeing anything be between
tween between his mysterious disappearance j J'ond a radius of a few feet,
from the Echo and that weird, un-! He had not gone far upon this
earthlv scream? Was there really! tack before he stumbled upon a path
land near, and had the little man L of hardpacked earth, obviously made
found it only to become the victim of I by human feet. Then he found him him-Sn
Sn him-Sn frightful nameless neril? Could i self mounting a rather steep grade,

that have been hi3 voice, calling for j
help . .? And in what dread ex- j
tremity . .? I
There was nothing he could do, no j
way to reach the man. The tender j
was gone, the shore invisible and j
who should say how far distant? Oth-!
: 1 U i k..ltnnJ n
erw iae lie wuuiu uui imve ucaiLtiicu w
swim for it.
Presently it occurred to him to won wonder
der wonder where the Echo lay off what
land. Arpleyard's responses to his In
quiries, several hours back, returned i
to memory. The name. No Man's
Land, intrigued. He interrupted his
vigil to Investigate such sources of in information
formation information as he had at hand.
In the cabin again, with the lamp
turned high, he dragged out a chart
number 112 of the admirable series
published by the Coast and GeodetJc
Survey, delineating srith wonderful
accuracy the hydrography of Buz Buzzard's
zard's Buzzard's Bay and Vineyard and Nan Nantucket
tucket Nantucket Sounds, together with the topo topography
graphy topography of the littoral and Islands.
With pencil It was easy to trace the
Echo's course from New Bedford har harbor
bor harbor through Quick's Hole; a little to
the east of which, say of Robinson's
Hole, the fog bad overtaken them. To
the south and east of that point lay
Martha's Vineyard, for all the world
like a trussed fowl In profile. And
there yes, due south of Gay Head
was No Man's Land, its contour much,
that of an infant's shoe, the heel dig digging
ging digging into the Atlantic. Comparison
with the scale demonstrated It to be
roughly a mile and five-eighths long by
a mile wide extreme measurements.
Coast stared at it with renewed in interest,
terest, interest, for the first time convinced of
the existence bT a spot so oddly
named. A number of black dots along
Its northern shore seemed to Indicate
buildings but Appleyard had distinct distinctly
ly distinctly said "uninhabited."
Coast turned out the lamp and went
back to the deck.
There was nothing to be seen, noth nothing
ing nothing to do. .
He fidgeted.
Then out of the confusion of his
temper, In which ennui stalked In sin singular
gular singular companionship with perturba perturbation,
tion, perturbation, he chanced upon an odd end of
thought, one of those stray bits of in information,
formation, information, mostly culled from desul desultory
tory desultory reading, that clutter the back of
every man's brain.
He happened to remember hearing,
some time, some where, that fog rare rarely
ly rarely clings to the surface of moving wa water;
ter; water; that, by putting one's vision upon
a plane almost horizontal with the
water, it is ordinarily possible to see
for some distance roundabout.
"There may be something in it .
. No harm to try."
Forthwith he scrambled out upon
the stern, f from which, after some in-;
tricate maneuvering" and by dint of j
considerable physical ingenuity, he :
managed to suspend himself, at peril
of a ducking, with his head near the j
water. j
He was promptly justified of his J
pains; the theory proved itself in j
that one Instance at least; between;
the slowly undulant floor, glassy and ;
colorless, and the ragged fringe of
the mist curtain, he discovered a
definite space.
Directly astern and, roughly,- some i
forty feet away, a shelving stretch of
pebbly beach, softly lapped by low-;
voiced ripples, shut in the view. The
Echo's tender, drawn up beyond the
water's edge, bisected it. j
"Good," said Coast, abstracted, re-'
covering from his constrained posi- j
tion.
until he had probed for the cause and
source and solved the mystery of that
wild cry In the night just gone.
Moreover, he felt in a measure re-
i sponsible for Appleyard. Surely there
must be some strange reason for his
protracted absence.
Abandoning himself, deaf to the
counsels of prudence, Coast rose and
stripped off his clothing.
He let himself gently into the water
(fearing to dive because he did not
know Its depth) and found it warm
warmer than the air. He struck outi
cautiously, using the slow, old-fash-
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! minutes, tsowever, he was wading up
j to the beach. I
There was no sign of Appleyard:
! only the tender. Upon that stone- j
j strewn shore the feet of the run-away j
i had left no trail. Though Coast cast j
I about In a wide radius, he found no i
sign of the missing man. The peb- j
j hies scratched and bruised his un- j
protected feet, and he besran to shiver I
i -with cold. He gave It up, presently, J
; returned to the tender, pushed off j
; and sculled out to the Echo. j
i Then, having rubbed his flesh to a I

; blush with a coarse towel, he dressed.
; took the small boat back to the beach,
j drew it up and. now fully committed
I to an enterprise the folly of which he
j stubbornly refused to debate, set off
j to reconnoiter along the water's edge,
; feeling his way.
! After a time the beach grew more
j sandy, and emboldened by the knowl knowl-!
! knowl-! edge that he would have his foot foot-I
I foot-I prints to guide. him back, he left the
j water and struck Inland but only to
find
his progress In that direction
checked by a steep wall of earth, a
cliff-like bluff cf height Indetermin Indeterminable,
able, Indeterminable, its flanks wave-eaten and deeply
seamed by rain.
At random, with no ctesign, h
turned again to his left and proceeded
as before, but now along the foot of
the bluff, trudging heavily through
damp, yielding sand.
Still no sign of Appleyard.
He must have tramped, at a rude
guess, several hundred yard3 before
he discovered either a break in the
bluff or any change in the general
configuration of the shore. Ultimate-
Jy. nowever, tne one xeu away m-
land and the other widened.
A moment later he came upon a
small catboat careened above high
tide mark, with a gaping wound in its
starboard side, forward and below the
water-line.
She lay stem to the water. Taking
the point of her stem as his guide,
Coast turned inland again, on a line
as straight as possible considering
and in another moment was face to
face with a plain weather-boarded wall
of a wooden building.
There were no windows that he
could discover on this side, and
though he listened keenly he heard no
sounds from within.
Other buildings presented them themselves
selves themselves successively, as like as peas
to one another and to the first he had
encountered: all peopled exclusively
by the seven howling devils of deso-
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sounds of scurryigs and squeaks.
He gathered that he was threading
a rude sort of street, fringed on one
side to seaward with the abandoned
dwellings of what had apparently been
a small fishing community.
"No Man's Land indeed!" he com commented.
mented. commented. "Certainly lives up to the
name, even if it's some place else. It
begins to look as if I'd drawn a blank.
. . But Appleyard ...?
He was moved vaguely to liken the
place to the Cold Liars of the Jungle
Rooks. "Only infinitely sordid," he
mused, at pause: "lacking the maj majesty
esty majesty and the horror . Wonder
had I better go back?"
As he hung in the wind, debating
what to do, whether to press on or
to be sensible, swayed this way and
that by doubts and half-formed im impulses,
pulses, impulses, somewhere near, seemingly at
his very elbow, certainly not twenty
feet away, suddenly a dog howled.
Long drawn, lugubrious with a note of
lamentation, the sound struck discor discordant
dant discordant upon his overtaut senses, shock shocking
ing shocking him (before he knew it) to out outspoken
spoken outspoken protest.
"Good God!" he cried aloud.
"What?"
His voice must have carried to the
animal; he heard a whine, the quick
padding of paws, and a huge Scotch
collie bounded clumsily out of the
mists, passed him within an arm's
length, vanished and returned, whin whining
ing whining and circling, nose to ground, as if
confused and unable to locate him. He
watched the animal, half-stupefied
with wonder at its erratic actions;
then unconsciously moved slightlyr A
pebble grated beneath his foot The
dog wheeled toward him instantly
and paused at attention, a forepaw
lifted, ears pricked forward, delicate
nostrils expanding and contracting
as he sniffftd for the scent of man.
"Here, boy, here!" Coast called soft softly;
ly; softly; and the next moment had the ani animal
mal animal fawning upon him, alternately
cringing at his feet and jumping up
to muzzle his legs and hands, as If
they were his own master's.
"Good boy! Steady now! So-o,

so!" Puzzled by this demonstrative!
reception, Coast bent over the animal,
trying to soothe it with voice and
hand. It was plainly in a state of
high excitement and evidently deep
ly grateful for his sympathetic
toleration. He caught the finely mod modeled
eled modeled head between his palms, lifting
up the muzzle. "Come, now," he said
in a soothing tone, "let's have a look
at you, old fellow. Good old boy It's
all right now steady . Why,
the poor brute's blindl"
For as its eyes rolled up he saw
that they were blank and llghtless,
the irides masked with a film of
white.
"Cataract," he said, releasing the
dog. "That's why he couldn't see
me. ... I wondered . Hel Hello,
lo, Hello, what now?"
Comforted and reassured, the dog
had drawn away and resumed its mys mysterious
terious mysterious circling, nosing the earth with
anxious whinings. Abruptly is paused,
tense, lithe frame quivering, then
made off at a rapid trot in the direc direction
tion direction whence it had appeared. A mo moment
ment moment later the heartrending howl
wailed out again.
Almost unwillingly Coast followed,
nerving himself against the discovery
he feared to make. ...
Half a dozen steps, and he almost
fell over the dog. He recoiled with a
cry of horrified consternation.
"Appleyard!. ."
But It was not Appleyard.
On raw, naked earth in the middle
of the rude village street, a man lay
prone with one forearm crooked be beneath
neath beneath his head, his other limbs re repulsively
pulsively repulsively asprawl. His head, near
which the collie squatted, lifting its
mournful muzzle to the sky, was bare
"Good God!" He Cried
"What 7"
Aloud.
and thickly thatched "with reddish
hair.
The man had been murdered, foul foully
ly foully slain by a means singular and
unique outside the Orient. Deep
buried in a crease round his throat
Coast had seen a knotted loop o t
crimson silk whipcord the bow-string
of the East. Above it the face was a
thinning mask of agony and fear,
dark with congested blood; a face
that, none the less despite those
frightfully shadowed, blurred and
swollen features had unquestionably
once been comely in the youthful
Irish way.
He rose and searched the ground
for indications of a struggle. He
found none. No confusion of foot footprints
prints footprints about the dead man showed on
the damp earth. Apparently the vic victim
tim victim had been taken from behind, with without
out without warning.
Irresolute, baffled, he lingered for
another moment.
By his side the dog howled deep
and long.
He turned, half-faint, and fled the
place, bearing with "him what he was
net to forget for many a night: the
picture of the blind dog mourning full full-mouthed
mouthed full-mouthed beside the crumpled, lifeless
Thing that had been its master, there
in that nameless spot of death and
desolation.
The horror of it crawled like de delirium
lirium delirium in his train.
"No Man's Land?" he muttered
huskily . "Land of devils
1"
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XOTICK OF AITMCATIOX FOR TAX
Deed t niler Section M of rfcanfer
4sss I,avf of Flprlda,
Xotiee is hereby given that M. E,
Sanders, purchaser of tax certificate
Nos. 386, 299, dated the 7th day of
June. A. p. 1909, has tiled said cer certificates
tificates certificates in; my office and has made ap?
plication for tax deed to issue in ac accordance
cordance accordance with law. Said certificates
embrace the following described prop!?
erty situated in Marion county. Plof
ida, to-wit: of se4 ex 1 a to r r
pec z, ip ia r, r is e. also s$ or bwh
of nw4 of nw4 sec 17, tp 15 s, r 20 p.
The said land being assessed at the
date of the issuance of such certificate
in the name of Charles Ford, Lizzie
Washington. Unless said certificates
shall be redeemed according to law,
tax deed will issue thereon on the 14tl
day of November. A. D. 1911.
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 9th day of October. A. P.
1911. S. T. HIstrwnk,
Clerk Circuk Court Marlon Co. Fla.
DISSOLUTION NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the firm
of Smith & Roberts has been dissolv dissolved
ed dissolved by mutual consent. E. C. Smith
continues the business and C. V. Rob Roberts
erts Roberts retires. The said Smith will re receive
ceive receive all funds due the old firm and
will pay all of its obligations.
E. C. Smith.
C. V. Roberts.
Ocala, Fla., Sept 1st, 1911.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION
Notice is hereby given that the ffrm
of Kramer & Christian, of Ocala, a.,
composed of II. A. Kramer arid R. L
Christian, is dissolved, R. M. Christian
retiring. IF A. Kramer will cpntinup
the real estate business in bte QW1
name. All accounts due the firm wilj
be paid to IL A. Kramer, whq assumes
any firm liabilities. IJ. A. Iframer.
August 8th. 1911.
NOTICE OP FINAL SETTLE SfpNf
and discharge;
Notice is bereby giyen that on tbe
lt day of April, 1912, the undersign undersigned
ed undersigned executor will present my aecouats
and vouchers to Hon. Joseph Bell,
judse of probate in and for Maripa
eouniy. r ioriaa. at nis ornce in Ucaja,
Florida, and will make my final settle settlement
ment settlement and will apply for final discharge
as ?uch executor. Vim. M. Baker,
17 Wet 42nd St.. New Yqrk City.
as j.xecutor or iast Will and Testa Testament
ment Testament of Mrs. T. W. Jaker.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given to all credi creditors,
tors, creditors, legatees, distributees and all oth
er persons having claims and demands
airainst the estate of Annie A. Wiljmot
stone, deceased, to present said claims
luly proven to the undersigned within
one year from the date of the first pub publication
lication publication of this notice, to-wit. May 17th.
I'JU- J. W. Bard.
Ah Administrator Estate of Anni? A
Willrr-ot Stone. -Nor
walk, Fla.
NOTICR
Notice is hereby gfven that on the
l'.th day of January. A. D. 1912, the un-
aers:?ned will present my accounts and
vouchers to the Honorable Joseph Bell,
jude of probate in and for Marion
-ounty, Florida, and will make my final
settlement and will apply for final dis discharged
charged discharged as such "administratrix.
Stella Ii Maytoard.
Billings, Deceased.
NOTICE
Of Applleatlon for Leave
tm Sell
Minor Land
Notice is herebv eiven that on the
zzna .jay or .November. A. D. 1911. I
county jmie in ani for Marion coun
Ocala. in said county, for an order au authorizing
thorizing authorizing me. as guardian of the minor
he.ir nf the octata ftt Ci Hand, de
ceased, to sell at private sale the fol following
lowing following property belonging to said es-
acres on west, sec 21, tp 15 s. r 26. eon--taininar
23 acres. Said land belonging
to the estate-of said Rose G. Hood, de deceased,
ceased, deceased, to be sold for the best interest
of said minor heirs. -
This 18th day of October. 1911.
W. T. Hood, Guardian.