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OCA LA. FLOKIDA. W EDNESDAY. OCTOBEK 25. 1911
THE FURNITURE MEN
11 io iis m
I II HK I III
WHEN YOU YAWN
A GOOD DEAL
In the day time, and feel dull,
lazy arid diseoiiragtd,yoii havf havf-every
every havf-every symptom of a torpid
Simmons Red Z Lirer Reg Regulator
ulator Regulator (The Powder Form) is
a fine tonic for a disordered
liver. It acts promptly. The
bilious impurities which have
interfered with the free action
of the liver are driven out, the
stomach is cleansed and
strengthened so. that it can
more thoroughly digest food.
The bowels are purified and a
regular habit re-established.
It i3 a splendid medicine for
the wliole system, Promotes
a feeling of energy, mental
activity and cheerful spirits.
Sold by Dealers. Price, large package, $1.00
Ak tnr tb noin, with tfc KA Z on tbe !abl. I
you rr.i,(.t jr-t IX. TffSiit to w; w:U -nd by mm i
jKtpi"l.' Himmaiii L;r K-iruiator i put up in
fiiui. form for tbo who Dfff T it. Price. ll.GO per
tt!ts. Look (or tins &kA 2. IhUkI,
J. H. ZOUM & CO., Props., St Louis, Ma.
; Itollrn (tiTrrnmrnt f Chlnn
! I Hilrr I hr Hotly IIIomm
i of the Itrttrltt
PERPETRATED BY WAIT MP DOUGALL :
in Kian'-f-; provin
h 1 onain'-j to
or placed in jail.
Other di.-turhaneea nre reported frm
the districts affected ly the revolu revolution.
tion. revolution. Nt;ws that hordes of revolution revolutionists
ists revolutionists are marching upon lher titles
and towns- in the four provinces that
are now virtually under their control,
rear-hes here. The loyal troops in the
arri-ons are small in n:
small to render effective
even if they were all minded
FULLER & AYER
DENTAL SURGEONS 1
Oflire over Munroe & (;winallhs R'lc.
OCALA FUJI! I DA
J. E. GHACE
I looms U,
10 ami 11, Second Floor,
L F, BLALOGK
Oflirc Over Commercial Hank
Oflire Hours, S to 12 a. m. 1 to 5
p. in. Phone 1111.
F. E. McCLANE
Ptiysician and Surgeon
tJeneral Practice Calls Made Prompt Promptly.
ly. Promptly. ilt r Day.
Siwcial Attention to Obstetrics, Dis Diseases
eases Diseases of Women and Children.
Office Rooms 1, 2, 3, 4. 5 and 6. Holder
IIuiMin. Second Floor. Phones,
Office N'o. 333: Residence No. 333
which is not the ca.-e.
have deserted the regular
joined the revolutionists.
But little has been heard from Ad Admiral
miral Admiral Hah Chens I'inzN Meet of gun gunboat
boat gunboat sinf-e it withdrew from Hankow
and Wan genu several d -! ago. It
was reported as failmsr hark on Kiu Kiu-kiang.
kiang. Kiu-kiang. vvnich is now in the hands of
the rebels. The reports from Kiukiang
do not say whether or not the fleet
was there and offejvd resistance. It is
believed here the fleet has dropped still
further down the river, as it is strong
enough to compete with rebel-.
The government a-knovieifses its
helplessness in? Mta?ments of of of-p,,.il
p,,.il of-p,,.il that the pr"?ent war force i.-
xuffieient only to hold a few of the
lower town and eiti :. 'rue efforts
to recruit auldier-s under the imperial
tlag has been wholly unsuccessful. The
government apparently is afraid ro re resort
sort resort to conscription because of the
ipittper "f the people and prejudice
against the royal family, which of
dkaf'ks ,1'axxot FiK riTur:n
by local applications-, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cui-o deaf deafness,
ness, deafness, and that 1 by constitutional
remedies. Ieafness is caused by an
Inflamed condition of the mucous lin lining
ing lining of the Eustachian tube. When
tli is tube is inflamed y.u have a
rumbllnr; acuu.l or imperfect hearing,
and when it is entirely closed, deaf deafness
ness deafness is the result, and unless the in inflammation
flammation inflammation can be taken out and this
tube restored ta its normal condition,
hearing will be destroyed forever;
nine cases out of ten are caused by
catarrh, which i 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 At Co., Toledo, Q.
Hold by druggists.' 73c. Take Hall's
Family Piljs for constipation.
resistance j xrrI-" r'- ... 'r i
g TeFTRY THE TIDE?
rVr ftfSl TOA,D rr some VwcEft NrHx
jglNK AND BOOB AT THE DARKEST HOJR OF THEIR LIVES THE UNEXPECTED HAPPENS"
VALUES FOE MEN
Bonar $3.00 Hats
Sweet, Orr & Com Company's
pany's Company's Trousers
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AU Calls Promptly Answered.
C. J. PHILLIPS
Contractor and Builder
I'lans aim Seeilications Furnislied
onti Thirti Street
W. C. BLANCHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Mxfor.j, (ii. h. Mr. and Mrs
Witni drove down to Wildwood
day ti do sme fall -hopidn,
Mis Ida Kalney frft Hunday for
Clnrwati-r to visit her aunt, Mrs. Nel Nelson
son Nelson rteece for an inilefinite time.
Miss Issie llainey went lovn to
Leeshuru Friday, returning titurday.
Mr. II. (."ollh-r motored up to
Oeala Tuesday accompanied by V. II.
Smith rind two children. William and
Thelma .May. .Mrs. Charles Hooks and
daughter, !-:fft May. to take in the
Mr. do!m Q. Ueece has returned from
Clearwater, where he has been for
the past two weeks, visiting hl-j
daughter, Mrs. P.ooth. I 7, iooti has
been -luite nl eonllnel to hi.s "ued
fo- rne time.
The foundation has been laid for the
Oxford Wacron Works' new building.
It will be a two-story buildin.n and
quite an improvement for Oxford
T. H. Smith and little sun. ydward,
.1. II. llu ?! and fSunurtrr.- frenshaw all
went up to ocala Tuesday to attend
Mrs. Teon Griirirs went up to Ocala
to visit her sister, Mrs. IJorden.
.Monuay, ami win stav ove- roe (lie
we.ldint- of U.-t- triiid-. Mls Peese to
Ar. t.-tistn. eonesuay evening at tae
residence of Mr. and Mrs. Horden.
and Mrs. M. II. He. k of Jacksonville, t
graciously received the guests on th
porch .md invited Uivjni in the hall, j
where .Mrs. V. i. Smith .yreu-4 loem
and invited them to punch b.w 1
After a refreshing ilrink .f delitlous
fruit punch we, ( itv:tel in the par parlor
lor parlor t ; itrr l His pr.-tty bride-elect. Miss
Nannie Smith and her attendants.
Misses Thra and Rosalie Smith an.
1,0 is Kppersnn. Home lovely musis war
rendered durlnj? the afternoon by sev-
SOUTH IaAKF; WEIR
;. -Mr A. H
lay o? last 1 Teek
efal of our musicians. After all h;a
Were the hinny ami useful articles
we were invited
wh-rc dis: davd
on a lon table
sented to Miss Nannie. In the
was found this composition:
I'.ut at any rate
W a are goini; to date
To th'e Smith-Heck iveddinu-:
Fjr Mr. Ilalph came ove; .Mi
And it iouk a moment's
u:m tio persuasion
know wh;,t tnis romance
Farm H?me Company office, will
jprointhly go to Kenwood to take charge
iof the work therr., and Mi.?s Edith
will ais ?n the off.ee here.
Mr. 01e-r,x of Iluvhank was a Sun-
South j., kc- v!r. t'tct. 2
K ktrnt to Ocala i'uv.
Mr. A. j. Oates of Ocala made a bus- day uest of the Torter House,
iness trip to Soutii bake Weir ar", j Mr. Charlie Drunn has charge of
Weirsdale last week. j the lumber yard and is building a
Mr. W. H. Sanborn to F.ustis j very neat Vnie. office near the depot
and I.eesbtirg la, -a week, lookine: over! that 1- to be.
the orrau-j uuin;ss, returning last I ylf Alice Fvans f3 expected home
-S.it '.H' 't -i. y. from Jacksonville Wednesday.
Mr. I,. K. Fossa to of B'ton is a ; iir. Guy Graves visited Ocala Mon Mon-guest
guest Mon-guest of the Carey i ,u day.
Mr. I-rank H ue.ferly and family went i tr. J.
him to decide Waeuhoota
To find a i;irl to fits taste,
lie admired them all. he must admit:
Some for theilinht and sparkling wit.
others for th'eir winsome waj. and
P.Lil lie thought li;s Nannie had the
He t'n.tuutr! iu-M make a few visits
Which one he really could like so well.
Somehow Miss Nannie's sweet maiden maidenly
ly maidenly ways
Won his heart for all d 1 -r
admi;vJ iUv iparKlc of her
I. O. ROX 4
Charlaa Jlodoflf, Proprietor.
HrHl (luiek l unch ln1lnc House
In Ihe City
Aalaeltieon and Celar Key
tn In All Styles
Eycn'thing thiit is goofl
to &t, properly served
Uight Now, when you
want it. AU Delicacies
of the Season.
MinXK'HT IN TIIF. QZAKIvS
and yet sletd.s, Hiram Serantfm. of
Clay City.' 111., coughed and coughed.
llj was in the mountains on the advice
of five doctors, who said he had con
sumption, but found n bela ii the
climate, and 'taytod hume. Hearing of
Hi. Kind's New Discovery, he began
to use' it. "I believe it saved my life,"
he writes, "for it made a new m?n of
me. so that I can nov: do ood work
a arc in." y ir rll lung aiseases, coughs,
co'tdji, lagrlppe, asthma, croup, whoop whooping
ing whooping cough, hay fever, hemorrhages,
hoarseness or quinsy, it- th best
known remedy. Fuu e and ?1. Trial
Mii.;v tree, tiuaranteeu by lyuings
0 a'lc tiro wu e
And lik.ul tiie taste of her nice
He at once decided she'd make an
And keep him happy 11! hi lite
Since then lie i,tveti
And, u sti iier liad ridden wore
than I can mention:
It mattered not how dark the
mock was at nigiit
i 1 leal
Or how :
to those who
come to til ose
And iie was determined to win Nannit
Now M.ss Nannie had bej.'4 mcc and
P.ut siie '.s.svd ilicm all o'er:
For ,h,7iii to come was not worth
For Mr. Ralph just suited her sfvl.,.
So at List the wedding i v:uned and
the lay is r;.
And to !ic,Hcj Nannie we all have met.
Now I 11 close this silly rhyme
Ify wishing them happiness for r
to Ocala to attend the lug show Tues-
The Seaboird train ran, vrr the track
last Thursday niln helow the dep.ot
here and fortunately no one was hurt
bur ;he track was torn tin :-o badly
iliat they had to have another engine
to come in and tep pull them out
"Ni. t. Boman has moved Into his new
home here, formerly the place owned
by Mr. Hi shoo.
Mr. f tarry Thayer of Wakefield Park,
Mass., is the yuest of Mr. and Mrs.
Fosss Jhi.t week.
Mr. I-:. I,. Stafford has sold his; beau beautiful
tiful beautiful home on Lake Weir to a Mr. Wil Wilson
son Wilson from Alabama. Mr. Stafford will
occupy the .-.ixtni place this winter,
and e 'tope they will continue to live
dfiv, and we would regret to lose .Mr.
and Mrs. Stafford very much.
Mr. McDonald o Plymouth, was a
caller in our tutdsi one day this week.
Mfisj nvne Hates, who has been visit visit-nig
nig visit-nig relatives and friends for the last
two weeks, returned Thursday ixt this
week. She reports a very nice time
while she lias b sone.
Mr. A i. Fos.-. went to Tampa last
Thursday and returned last Sunday,
The many friends here of Karl
Hytle of Stanton are very gtad to hear
lie is recovering m his severe sick sickness
ness sickness Mr. V. H. Sanborn has bought the
Snitzler orange crop and l'it put them
up this week and r.cxi.
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 ot
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 absolutely free of charge. The ring is guaranteed in every 4
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 of Rings to Select From
'MKOICINK Til AT
is Foley's lioney and Tar Compound.
Mr 5. i. J. Adams. 522 N. Kansas nve nve-nue.
nue. nve-nue. Columbus, Kas.. writes: "For a
number of year? mv eh'ldren have
Delicious rJt eshments. consisting of j lu-rn subje.-t to coughs and col l. I
chicken salad, with fresh cucumbers. I u-f.i Foley's Honey and Tar Compound
bread, wafers, pickles, fruit eako .ii-t : and found that it cured their coughs
Wbo la Now In II1 New niilldlns
Corner South Flrt Rntl Mattnoila
ircet I'hone 73
FILL SAMPLES Hi STYLE
Call and look them over and
give your order now for a
handsome fall tailor made
mit of clothet
Y-ehoota. Ht. 23. Miss Rosalie
Smith after several weeks spent pleas pleasantly
antly pleasantly in Jacksonville, returned o her
home here Thursday. ner sister. Mrs.
M 1. Heck, accompanied her home.
The cemetery working at the Hap Hap-tist
tist Hap-tist cemetery Thursday v,as well at attended
tended attended and hr grounds much improv improved
ed improved by the work.
Mrs. Y. J. Hd wards of Irvine spent
-several days this week with her neith neither.
er. neither. Mrs. V. V. miift.
Mr-. Mattie Lee of ?t. Petersburtr Is
visiting her cousin. Mrs. J. M. rmlth.
Mr. Ij. 1. mith of Jacksonville, is
visittna his parents Mr. arsd Mrs. 1.
M. Hmith tins week. He will st;iy over
till after the mith-I"pperson wedding
on the 25th,
Mrs. Ij. M. Smith entertained the
younir married set at dinner on Sun Sun-day
day Sun-day in honor of her son and h!.s wife,
Mr. and Mr. I 1 Smith of Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. Mrs. Smith is an ideal hostess
and on this occasion did everything
poatljle fur the pleasure of Uer sruest.
It is needless to all the dinner wis
sumptuous and sriatly enjoyed.
Mrs. V. P. Smith entertained a; a
miscellaneous shower for Mis Nannie
Smith Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Smith's
lo-ely home was more lovely tiu ever,
witli beautiful potu-d ferns and cut
llowers. Ihnk and white was the color
motif with here and there a touch of
yellow. Mrs. V. J. Edwards of Irvine
cnee.se were s-rved lirus tae e
int.". Tiie bridw' ntrie'ie hetiuv
i-rreati.v enhanced by. a. pretty one-pie.
dress of cha'miaiine sertie with trim trimmings
mings trimmings of dark brown and real lace.
The attendavus all looked lovel;. in
white linyerre dresses.
K. Lan. Mr. K V. "Mallorv
and Mr. C. Maier are homeseeker.s who
arrived last Tuesday.
Mr. Jlardlncr and Mr. Walter Sell Sell-man
man Sell-man of Syracuse. N. Y., came in Fri Friday.
day. Friday. Kach bought land -for himself
and Mr. Sellman also purchased ninety
acres for his friends.
Mr. T. E L,. P.ayne and wife of Jala-
pa. Mexico, and Mr. Georse Whittier
of Lyons, Ind-. arrived here last Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. Mr. Chas. C. Iloilcres, who has been
visit ins? his old home here, returned
to his work in Palatka Saturday.
.Mrs. W. F. Jordan has been real sick
but has nearly recovered her usual
Mr. O. C Crom and Mr. C. B. Pow Powers
ers Powers of the Ocala Northern, with head
quarters at Rodman, were Sunday vis visitors
itors visitors at the sprint.
Mr. J. P. Newbeck and his men,
Messrs. Cannon. Smith and Johnson,
were quests of the Porter House Satur Saturday
day Saturday nt.jrnt.
Mr. rrumm visited his parent? at
Mr. Charlie Livingston and son,
Cyrus, of Johnson. attendee church
A nice soda fount arrived Monday
for Parramore & Marsh. They will
soon open up a nice line of firugs, cool
Mr. P. AV. Peck preached a fine ser sermon
mon sermon Sunday r.iht. His subject was
"God's Power." All felt urateful to
Mr. Peek for his service at this place
and all the people near enough should
come out to church. We have services
every Sunday niaht. Come and en encourage
courage encourage the preacher by your pres
A jolly party of younir people visit visited
ed visited Ocala" Tuesday, composed of the
following: Mr. and Mrs. J. Jl. Wimber Wimber-ly,
ly, Wimber-ly, Messers. Willie and Olin Masey,
anl Misses Lois Massey and Florence
We have just received a fresh shipment of these favor favorite
ite favorite candies in Sc. and 10c. packages, which contain
Chocolates, Chocolate Creams, Chocolate
Almons and Chocolate Cherries.
Also a large assortment ot Chewing Gum.
and colds, sq I keep it in the house all
the time." Refuse substitutes. For
sale ar the Court Pharmacy.
J. C. GEIGER, Manager.
TAKE YOI It. COMMON
Common colds, severe and frequent.
lay the foundation of chronic diseased
condition of the nose and throat, and
may develop into bronchitis, pneumon-
ia. and consumption. For all coughs :
anl colds In children and in grown'
person-, take Foley's Honey and Tar ;
Compound promptly. For .i.Vts at the :
Court "Pharmacy. ;
Oct. 25. Mr. P..
When in Jacksonville stop with Mrs.
C. L. Maloney. at the GSrard. No. ll
Fast Duval, just off Main. Best 73c
room In the city.
Moberly visite.J .la
days tiif pa week and returned
d a y.
Miss Alice Evans was a vivor
i ai.a -. rva j r i .i i i x j
Mr.-. Nelson S. l-ri.k left last Wed-!
ije-,t t- t.r ttv.-well. .N. -Vi. .Mr. 1'atri. K
.1 ." !' ;. t ;i :, her to Jacksonv
r ; u v i e t Thttrsday.
irnc very unserupulou-s person en
ter1 apt. Smith's tent last Mn.la
nih: and .irr: i off his p-jr.e '.'n
t.i.n'r. ?? an ? a valuable rinr.
Mr. P. W. T'e.-k and her thse- lo
WHAT OXK DOLLAIl WIMi I0
j A'dollar bottle of Hall's Texas Won-
der, a sixty day's treatment, seldom
fails to cure kidney, bladder or rheum rheum-j
j rheum-j atic trouble. It.jrive.s quick and per per-i
i per-i manent relief. Write for testimonials,
j Dr. F. AV. Hall. 2926 Olive Ftreet, St.
Louis, Mo. Sold by-all drusgists.
Call op Phone 300 and Let ns Give an Estimate on Your
AND ELECTRICAL WORK
We Guarantee lo Save You Money on Any Work in Our Lines
Am we employ none bat expert we are In poltIon to m"rBtee eT-t-i-
..i- f mirk we contttrnet to ntand the IsMpeetlea of the aot
rlsld InxpeetorK. It eot nothing to uet our fifarew,
ninuer, whether we iteenre the eontrnct or not. Glre nm
yea are th
FORT KING I1LOCK
Yoa are not experlmentlnsr on your yourself
self yourself when you take Chamberiiin's
Cou-rh TJemedy for a cold r3 that prep preparation
aration preparation h.v-j won its great reputation
The state and county licenses for
; t v, -, ir.i-l r-ay ,1no the 'Iris) it.tV Of
anil1--1 "l :
; October. If you are conduetir.? a ous-
in.as! for which a license Is required,
e ti i
; ptea.se lase 11 uui at om-f. .t.-.i-
I tinuation of said business without the
j licence is a violation of the license
i law. For licenses, or particulars apply
i to the tax collector.
! w. L. Colbert. Tax Collector.
Joseph Bell, County Judge.
extensie sale oy
cures of colds, and can alway
pendel uj.on. It is. dually
for adults and hildren and may be j
fiven ui j iuniir cmiuren w;i:i imroieii v
confidence as it contains no harmful
drug. Sold by all dealers.
r. j! e-tn
13 due to a disordered
the stomach. Chamber-
Tablets are essential to act on
ious of NVi
ci iv. The ?
I will setrl
Merkle visited Ja:k-vn-
! we,-! ;
v en son.
wao ba bathe
the bathe New
t o n f
orcan: to cleanse it, strenstnen it,
and invigorate it, to regulate the
and banish biliousness positively
effectually. For sale by drugsists.
Our Style Book is peon
All who have pK-Ttire are Taking
them to the Ocala News Co., to have
for our patrons to select their
own fashion?. We show them
a splendid 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, because we know
we will have your .future cus custom
tom custom afterwards.
THE JEFFCOAT TAILORING CO.
MERCHANT TAILORS OCALA. FL0HI0A
OCALA EVENING STAR, WE PXESDA Y, OCTOBER 25, 1911
OCALA EVENING STAR
Bittinger & Carroll, Proprietors.
R. R. Carrroll, Business Manager.
J. II. Benjamin, Editor.
CiEORGC FRANCIS JOIIXSOX
There was a very sad parting at the
Coast L.ine station today. Capt. S. Tt.
Pyles returned from St. Petersburg
with his daughter, Mrs. Francis John Johnson,
son, Johnson, widowed by the death of her hus husband,
band, husband, his sister, Mrs. Pooser, and
Messrs. Clelland and Marion Johnson,
brothers of the deceased. They were
accompanying the remains of Mr. John Johnson,
son, Johnson, who died Monday, and the Messrs.
Johnson went on with the body to their
old home at Frankfort, Ky., while the
young widow remained here at her
childhood home with her relatives. Mr.
Johnson was only 32 years old. Hi3
death saddened a great many friends in
St. Petersburg, where he made himself
much esteemed during the short time
he lived there. Her friends here deep deeply
ly deeply sympathize with Mrs. Johnson in
Captain Pyles went to St. Petersburg
Sunday night, immediately upon re receipt
ceipt receipt of the word of his son-in-law's
Illness, and reached there a few hours
before Mr. Johnson's death. He was
conscious till the last. The best med medical
ical medical skill obtainable in the city could
only alleviate his sufferings and could
not prolong his life. He was taken
with something similar to bilious colic,
and his sufferings were intense from
the first seizure on Saturday till the
end came Monday.
Mr. Johnson was married to Miss
Maggie Pyles at the family home four
years ago and for the past two years
he has been In the employ of Captain
Pyles In hi3 St. Petersburg business.
He leaves beside hi3 widow two little
There were eight brothers and sis sisters
ters sisters In Mr. Johnson's family, and he
was the first one to die. His father
and mother are both living, on the old
homestead near Frankfort. The body
will be interred as soon as possible
after the train reaches Frankfort.
MANY NEW COMERS
What Is Ocala to do for new houses
to accommodate the people who are
coming In? Not a day passes that half
a dozen applications are not made at
the real estate and renting offices for
houses by new comers who are trying
to locate in the city, and there is not
a solitary house, little or big, in the
city to rent to white people. There is
no safer investment, with fair returns
on the money, than a lot of small cot cottages,
tages, cottages, If some good Samaritan would
only build them.
WOMEN MAY SIT ON
THE MacNAMARA JURY
As a result of the recent women's
suffrage victory In California, where whereby
by whereby the giving of the franchise to wo women
men women was incorporated in the state con constitution,
stitution, constitution, women may be drafted to
complete the jury that Is to try James
B. McNamara on the charge of mur murder
der murder In connection with the alleged dy dynamiting
namiting dynamiting of the Los Angeles Times
building. Clarence S. Darrow, senior
counsel for the alleged dynamiters,
says the suggestion that women be
drafted for jury service is no joke, and
that there Is now no legal barrier to
Dr. Cook landed at Copenhagen
again Monday, it being the first point
of his Intended European lecture tour.
Copenhagen is the place where Cook
was received with great honors when
he returned from the Arctic two years
ago, but Monday the police had hard
work to -keep the people from mob mobbing
bing mobbing him. He attempted to lecture
Monday night, but was hooted out of
Dr. Helene Knabe, a noted woman
physician of Indianapolis, was found
dead in her bed, her throat cut from
ear to ear, Tuesday morning. She had
evidently been murdered, but by whom
puzzles the police.
Dr. Anna Howard Shaw of Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia has been re-elected president of
the American Woman's Suffrage Asso Association.
ciation. Association. The woman suffragists will probably
form a distinct political party. Al Almost
most Almost needless to say it will be a hen
One the first page of "New Florida,"
the New South Farm and Home Com
pany's paper, appears a picture of some
splendid corn, raised by Mrs. Flora
Johnson Nissrod on her farm at Bay
Lake. Mrs. Nissrod is a recent comer
to Florida and a firm believer in the
resources of the state. She did all the
work of raising the corn herself, from
planting to gathering.
Mrs. Susan A. Ellis
. 90 Oklawaha Ave.,
Instructor in Voice
Specializing in Correct
Placing of the Voice and
Proper Touch and Tec Tec-nic
nic Tec-nic of the Piano.
THE "FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH"
ia 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, ton will find It ex exhilarating,
hilarating, exhilarating, satisfying, cooling. Try it
once then you will recommend It your yourself.
self. yourself. Only Five Cents.
THE COURT PHARMACY
BOOSTERS FROM BROOK SVILLE
EaterprlMiatc Party from Hfrnando'
Growing Capital Will Greet
Gllddenlteni at Lite Oak
The following party came up this
morning from Brooksvule, nau oreaK oreaK-fact
fact oreaK-fact at the Ocala House as guests of
Mayor Robertson and after a short
rest in the city and a general hob-nob
with auto and good roads enthusiasts,
went on their way to Jacksonville to
meet the Glidden tourists.
The party includes H. D. Evans,
Pete Weeks, Custer Lenear, C. M.
Price, owners of the cars and others
as follows: Messrs. E. L. Locke, G. C.
Martin. W. A. Fulton, Jacob Armstedt,
A. D. Hedick. L. Tt. Yarn, A. Tt. Whelp Whelp-ley,
ley, Whelp-ley, Sam Fulton, K. F.. Cox, C. H.
Freas. A. M. C. P.ussell. M. II. Dusen Dusen-bery
bery Dusen-bery and Harry Lonard. sixteen all
V. C T- C MEETING
The W. C. T. U. met yesterday as
announced at the M. E. parsonage, the
president in the chair. On account of
other attractions the attendance was
not so large as usual, but the meeting
was a very interesting one, and is the
last one to be held before the state
convention which meets in Tampa Nov.
21-24. There were several visitors
present and one new member received.
Delegates to the convention, Mrs. II. C.
Paekham and Mrs. W. D. Graham. A
letter was read from a neighboring
town urging assistance in establishing
a W. C. T. I', there. The meeting hour
was changed from four to three o'clock
and the next meeting will be an echo
meeting, with additional features.
There will also be an election of offic officers.
ers. officers. On account of the removal of the
piano the ladies adjourned to the home
of Mrs. Walter Hood, where a deiglht deiglht-ful
ful deiglht-ful program was rendered. In the ab absence
sence absence of some, unavoidably detained.
Mrs. G. W. Martin and Mrs. W. H.
Coleman supplied the numbers, while
Miss Lillie Roux gave a piano selec selection.
tion. selection. Miss Marie Burnett played with
that excellent perfectness for which
she is noted, while the piano duet by
Misses Dorothy Lancaster and Sidney
Harold was a delightful conclusion to
the entertainment. These W. C. T. U.
meetings are growing in favor, at
which all friends of the organization
WORTHY FAMILY NEEDS HELP
The attention of the public is again
called to the necessities of the unfor
tunate family of Mr. Henry Ilogan. As
has been stated, Mr. Hogan is a worthy
man, but sickness and misfortune
seem to follow him. Since returning to
Ocala after the burning of the mill. In
which he had hoped to find employ
ment, his only leg has become so bad badly
ly badly affected that he is confined to his
bed. His wife and youngest child have
been very ill and a helpless brother
has been dependent on him between
three and four years. He is carrying
a burden that young, well men might
stagger under. The county commis
sioners have given ten dollars a month
the King's Daughters are doing all
that they can do, but with the numer
ous other calls upon their treasury
cannot meet all bills for this family
Any donations or money will be glad
ly received and carefully expended
and which may be left at the Star of office
fice office or with Mrs. W. W. Clyatt.
Mrs. C. L. Bittinger, President.
Mrs. C. Rheinauer, Secretary.
With A polos! en lo Edgar Allen Poe
Hear the hoot-toot of the whistle on
How its echo and re-echo will re
Ever more a menace to the stimulated
its long continued blowing only
tends to serve
To arrest communication
To suspend all conversation
Till its echo has subsided and you
hear your voice again.
How it toots and hoots and bellows
On the balmy air of night;
nd its vibratory wavelet
Fills the passanger with freight;
Now advancing then subsiding.
Now it's high and then it's low;
But at every provocation
Hear the music of its blow.
You may know
It is so
Fast or slow
Blow. BLOW. BLOW!
Hear the merry hoot and tootle of the
Author unknown, and says he doesn't
want to be known, either.
Perhaps no more popular engineer
ever pulled the throttle of an engine
on a log train, a fast express or
"Scotty" special than Mr. William
Mayer. We sav William reservedly
because the pleasing and aceommodat
ing engineer of the Ocala Northern
prefers to be called plain "Bill."
This same engineer, who has handled
all kinds of trains in his thirty years
of railroading, even likes the sobriquet
"Boodlebank Bill," given him because
of his constant boosting of Burbank
and the other colonies of the New
South Farm & Home Ce.
"Bill" has always been one of us. He
it was who operated the first train to
enter Burbank and Fort McCoy. That
was something like two years ago, and
he is still operating the first trains and
specials being hauled over President
E. P. Rentz's railroad, now nearing
completion through all of the colonies
and town sites of the New South Farm
& Home Company.
We didn't ask the president of the
railroad for information concerning
this particular situation regarding
'Bill-' but we know that he is careful,
always reports for duty, has the wel welfare
fare welfare of his employer at heart and has
his mind on the many lives that are
entrusted to his care every time he
takes his engine from the roundhouse.
He has never had a serious accident.
"Bill" is a diminutive little chap, but
he makes up for size in pluck. He is
courteous and gentlemanly at all times.
Mr. William Mayer is a member of
Myrtle Division No. 256. B. of L. E., one
of the oldest divisions of the state of
Georgia. He is married and lives in
There are xato Kinds or CTiIII Tonic
PLANK'S AND OTHERS
THE OLD RELIABLE PLANK'S
CHILL TONIC IS GUARANTEED i
TO DRIVE OUT MALARIA, TO S
CURE CHILLS, FEVER, COLDS
AND GRIP- YOUR MONEY BACK
IF IT DOES NOT. TWENTY-FIVE
AND FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE.
ASK YOUR DRUGG'ST.
AGENTS WANTED First class for
this and surrounding counties, for the
"New Standard 1910 Census Atlas of
the World." Agents make $40 to 160
per week. Best of terms. Also agents i
for low-priced, easy selling juvenile j
and holiday books. Combination out- j
flt 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, I1L
WHAT ARE YOU
Every person should have
an ideal, a standard, a goal
of achievement toward which
he should constantly strive.
Place your earnings in our
Savings Department and use
all your efforts to accumulate
a fortune. A dollar starts
you, the rest is easy.
Fair central and northwest portion.
occasional rains east and south por
tions tonight and Thursday, moderate
TO THE POIJC
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. 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.
The Neel Armstrong Co.
HOTEL FOR SALE
The Colonial Hotel, located on Mag
nolia street paved with vitrified brick,
centrally located between the Seaboard
Air Line and Atlantic Coast Line
stations and within one block of
the government building and postof-
fice. This hotel has recently been
thoroughly remodeled and modernized
in every particular. Price, $16,000,
$6,000 down and balance $5,000 in one
and $5,000 in two years at 8 per cent.
interest. If you mean business, come
to see me or write for particulars and
photographs. It will not be long on
the market. I have the sole agency
for the sale of the Colonial.
H. A. KRAMER
Montezuma niock, Oral a. Fin.
FOR SALE CHEAP A good type typewriter
writer typewriter desk, almost new and very lit little
tle little used. Apply to this office.
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
only one-tenth as much. For sale by
A full assortment of the best picture
frame material at the Ocala News Co.,
and Tex Martin knows just how to
STORE FOR RENT
Half of front More downstairs at the
WooUmnr Mock, next lo Theusi-Zaehery
Furniture house, for rent. Apply to
Mr. Akin or Mr. Dennett, with Ocala
IMuniltlng & Electric Company.
latest maps of Florida and all oth other
er other states at Ballard's.
Lame back is one of the most com common
mon common forms of muscular rheumatism. A
few applications of Chamberlain's Lin Liniment
iment Liniment will give relief. For sale by all
Don't meet your friend with a frown frown-Use
Use frown-Use Dige3tit, and meet him with a
smile. The Court Pharmacy.
A good remedy for a bad cough is
BALLARD'S HOREHOUXD SYRUP. It
heals the lungs and quiets irritation.
Friee 23c, 50c and per bottle. Sold
by all druggists.
no Alt D Kits AVA XTED
Good table and room accommoda accommodations,
tions, accommodations, or one without the other. Apply
to Mrs. Washburn, 1S6 North Magno Magnolia
lia Magnolia street.
PILES CVIlEn IX O TO If DAYS
Your druggist will refund money if
PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure any
case of Itching, Blind. Bleeding or Pro Protruding
truding Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 days. 50c.
We now have a plenty of
OCALA SEED STORE
MONTEZUMA BARBER SHOP
W. P. BLESCH, Proprietor.
Business Men's fravorite Place Reop Reopened
ened Reopened by 9 Veteran.
CALL. AND SEE
SCHEDULE OF AMUSEMENTS
AT THE TEMPLE THIS SEASON
Manager Bennett has revised his list
of the attractions which will be at the
Temple this autumn and winter.
2.1th, 26th, 27th. 2Sth Mabel Paige
20th Dandy Dixie Minstrels.
4th The Girl in the TaxL
3th Frederick the Great.
11th The Man on the Box.
21st Creatore and his band.
24th Mary Stuart.
2Sth The Chorus Lady.
4 th Rosary.
Sth The Private Secretary.
11th The Girl and the Tramp
13th Down in Dixie Minstrels.
14th Arrival of Kitty Co.
16th The Thief.
ISth The Smart Set.
13th The Lyman Twins.
26th, 27th Manhattan Opera Co.
25th The Night Rider Company.
1st Madame Sherry.
2nd Black Patti.
6th The Fighting Parson.
7th County Sheriff.
14 th Coburn's Minstrels.
22nd Buster Brown.
14th John Larkins.
16th The Lion and the Mouse.
18th, 19th Mildred and Beauclere.
PROGRAM OF THE RACES
AT THE COUNTY FAIR
Tuesday, November 21t
First race, trot or pace, purse, $123.
open to horses three years old or un under,
der, under, owned in Marion county at least
six months prior to date of race.
Second race, half-mile dash, purse,
Third race, trot or pace; 2:14 class,
, Wednesday, November 22nd
First race, trot or pace; 2:40 class,
purse, $123. Open to horses owned in
Marion county for at least six months
prior to race.
Second race, half-mile dash, purse,
Third race, horses without a record,
ThurMday, November 23rd
First race, trot or pace, free for all,
Second race, half-mile dash, purse,
Third race, trot or pace; 2:30 class,
purse, $123. Open to horses owned in
Marion county at least six months
prior to race.
Friday, November 24th
First race, half-mile dash, purse,
Second race, trot or pace, purse,
$125. Open to horses in Marion county
that have never won a race.
Third race, trot or pace; 2:30 class,
In all races for Marion county horses
half-mile heats, best two in three.
In all other races not specified, mile
heats, best two in three.
In all races, five to enter, four to go.
Regular entrance fee charged.
All entries to close Saturday, Nov.
18th, 1911, at 8 p. m., with secretary of
Association reserves the right to
substitute other 'races for those that
do not fill.
Subscription purses of $400 for auto automobile
mobile automobile races, and a purse of $100 by
the association for motorcycle races
j will be offered.
Each day bicycle races will be run
for boys of twelve to sixteen years of
age, and for boys under twelve tyears.
For these races Messrs. II. S. Chambers
and B. F. Condon will each offer a
bicycle, which the association will
supplement with a prize for second
Concerts by the Metropolitan Band
of Ocala, and free acts by select and
unique talent will be given in front
of the grand stand each afternoon.
Daily programs will be issued giving
sequence of races during fair.
Communications should be addressed
to Sf'cretary Marion Courffy Fair As Association,
sociation, Association, Ocala, Fla.
Every lover of good music will be
glad that the opportunity is now offer offered
ed offered Ocala people to purchase high grade
pianos at factory prices, at home, and
to pay for them on easy terms if de desired.
sired. desired. The Cable Company is the
greatest manufacturer of pianos and
organs in the world, and made the
world famous Mason & Hamlin, Con Con-over,
over, Con-over, Cable, Kingsbury and other
pianos noted for true and lasting qual quality.
ity. quality. Mr. J. Fred DeBerry is Ocala
manager and has retained Mr. J. G.
Thompson of Goodwater, Alabama, as
city salesman. Pianos and factory
prices are unusual, but the Cable Com Company
pany Company eliminate the middleman's profit,
and therefore have become the biggest
piano company in Florida. In Ocala
two or three splendid samples will be
kept at Weihe's popular jewelry store.
Mayor John D. Robertson.
Recorder L. T. Izlar.
Assistant Recorder II. M. Hampton.
Fresident of Council H. C. Jones.
President Pro Tern R. R. Carroll.
Clerk H. C. SIstrunk.
Tax Collector W. W. Clyatt.
Treasurer W. T. Gary.
Attorney C. L. Sistrunk.
Marshal R. L. Carter.
Fire Chief H. S. Chambers.
Superintendent of Electric Lighting
Plant J. C. Caldwell.
Policemen Frank Hall, S. N. Grubbs.
Street Superintendent M. F. Dodson.
Sanitary Inspector G. W. Cleveland.
Aldermen First Ward L. J. Knight,
C. R. Tydings.
Aldermen Second Ward J. H. Tay Taylor.
lor. Taylor. R. R. Carroll.
Aldermen Third Ward E. T. Hel Hel-venston,
venston, Hel-venston, H. A. Fausett.
Aldermen Fourth Ward II. C. Jones,
G. A. Carmichaei.
Alderman-at-Large W. P. Edwards
Committees of the Council
Market G. A. Carmichaei, L. J.
Knight, R. R. Carroll.
Sanitary E. T. Helvenston, W. P.
Edwards. H. A. Fausett.
Street R. R. Carroll, G. A. Carmi Carmichaei,
chaei, Carmichaei, J. H. Taylor.
Cemetery E. T. Helvenston, H. A.
Fausett, H. C. Jones.
Euilding H. C. Jones, H. A, Fausett,
G. A. Carmichaei.
Fire H. A. Fausett, C. R. Tydings.
R. R. Carroll.
Police W. P. Edwards, J. H. Taylor,
L. J. Knight.
Finance C. R. Tylings, J. H. Taylor,
E. T. Helvenston.
Judiciary L. J. Knight, C. R. Ty Tydings,
dings, Tydings, W. P. Edwards Edwards-Light
Light Edwards-Light and Water J. H. Taylor, C. R.
Tydings, IL C. Jone.
u 10 see
IT IS TO YOUR
One of the BIG ADVANTAGES in dealing with us
We are eagerly watching for a chance to serve you, and if we ever have
the pleasure of doidg so, will do our best to please you. Give
us a trial for thirty days anyway.
2 PHONES, 16 AND 174
J. M. MEFFERT, President.
J. K. CHRISTIAN, Vice President
We Manufacture a Superior Fertil Fertilizer
izer Fertilizer for
BEANS CORN CANE
POTATOES . TURNIPS
..LAWNS, SHRUBBERY, ETC.
ORANGE TREES GRAPE VINES
There is Only One
LsizzsiitSve Birssnnts Uummts
USED THE WORLD OVER TO CURE A COLD IM ONE DAY.
Alwavs remember the full name.
for this signature on every box.
ItH rcMCM Trouble and Consti patio
PERPETRATED BY WALT ANP DOUGALL
THATS WHAT THEY ALL 5AY.
I II 4
vervbodv nas n easv exec pi me:
hnthe only one trd hcastfie rotten job
In this bum duimp,asfar as I can see -Tne
others get the corn, I get the cob
rTake it from me, I am the only one
Who hasn't time to even make a knock
i hustle till my work is really done
they sit round a-IookirT atthe
my goat lo see the easy snaps
odds nave somehow
have done OS well
I believe,bp;eefhat clock has stopped
- - r : :
only duy drind all
others merely fuss from nine 1b
AinT one d them that redJJy earns his pay
It makes me so doSdoxnationecl mad
-M 4J ril
I he woy ihese ol her Idlers
111 have To quit and rest myself, bgad
can always be sure ol
One of the BIG ADVANTAGES in dealing with us is that in any anything
thing anything you buy you can always be sure of QUALITY.
It is our intention that every customer gets entire satisfaction. If
at any time you set anything of us that doesn't come uj to your expec expectation,
tation, expectation, we nk you to send.it back. This is one of our principles of doing
Of all the things that are GOOD TO EAT, and usually kept in a
lirst class grocery store, YOU WILL FIND THEM HERE.
Our ROYAL SCARLET CANNED GOODiC and Chase & Sanborn's
SEAL BRAND COFFEE are among the QUALITY GOODS that we handle
and recommend to people who want THE BEST.
Among our late arrivals you will find:
HECKEU'S SELF KlSIXti HLTKWIIEAT.
HECKEirS OATMEAL A XD PAXCAKK FLOUR
BOX ELK SS BREAKFAST BACON
EDAX AXI) PINEAPPLE CHEESE
A FILL ASSORTMENT XATIOXAL BISCUIT CO'S.
CAKES AXI) CRACKERS IX 1UCKAGES AXI) Bl'LK
SWEET MIXED AXI) CUCUMBER PICKLES
i m mm
DEAL WITH US
is that in anything you
W. I). CARX, Sec'y and .Manager.
J. II. TAYLOR, Treasurer.
WK SELL ALL
AT LOWEST PRICES
Of Final Settlement and plftrfcar
Notice is hereby given that on the
lith day of February, A. D. 1912, the
undersigned will present my accounts
anl vouchers to the Honorable Joseph
Cell, judge of probate in and for Mar Marion
ion Marion county. Florida, and will make my
final settlement and will apply for flnal
dicharre as such guardian.
v Martha Ida P.rooka,
As CJuardian of Winnie. Delia and
Flora IJrooks, Minora.
This July 10. 1911.
MOTICi: TO mEDITOftS
Notice is hereby given to all cred creditors,
itors, creditors, legatees, distributees and all
other persons having claims or de demand?
mand? demand? against the estate of Mrs. T.
W. Baker, deeeased, to present the the-same
same the-same to the undersigned duly proven
within one year .from date.
Wm. M. Baker.
47 West 42nd St.. New York City.
As Kxecutor of LahX. Will and Testa
ment of Mrs. T W. Biker.
W 1 uss u
OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1911
OCALA VERSUS HlLL$BORO
OPEXIXO THE EXGAGEMEXT
Is Performed for Its Customers by the Commercial Rank
Hank Service is useful to the firm and individual
as it is able to meet their requirements for the
transaction of business.
There i.s wide experience, capable
capital back of the Commercial liank
ly organized system and a desire and
advise, with patrons.
Hank Service on this hassis is
to the business interests of Marion
Beginning Monday, October 23rd, we place our
entire line oi CLUETT PEABODY'S $1.50 and
$2.00 shirts on sale at reduced prices.
This positively the FIRST time the price has been
cut on thin line. The goods yon 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.
REMEMBER all $1.50 and l00 CLU CLUETT
ETT CLUETT PEA BODY'S SHIRTS for
TUc sale iit this price will posilivciy close Saturday, Nov. 4th
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY
M. O. MASTERS CO.
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, $15.00
24 Inches Long, 24 Inches Wide, $12.50
I can get you any length, width, ptyltj or color of
Plume at Attractive Prices. Call and examine the
ones now on display.
MISS MARY AFFLECK
Commercial Bank Block - Ocala, Florida
IMII SIC3 MA MfJHT CLASS
IN fill AMM All AMI ARITHMETIC
Three nights a week Monday, Tues Tues-d.ry
d.ry Tues-d.ry and Thursday for boys, and girls
who cannot attend day school. Hours
from 7 to ; p. m. f.ir four weeks.
Taught by George C. Lonney. School
room at 62 Fort King' avenue, Ocala,
Florida. Direct, personal assistance to
REGRETS ARE USELESS
After you are burned out. The wise
men prepare for the emergency of Fire
by having a Policy to cover the possi possible
ble possible loss of property through the rav ravages
ages ravages of the devouring element. Never
mind future regrets. Have some pres
ent wisdom. Little triiles often cause
a fire, but the resultant loss is no trifle.
It costs so little to be well and fully
insured that tho poor have no excuse
for not having a policy. See us about
SAVARESE AND BELL
Life, Eire and Accident
When you want a choice equal to
that if you'd shopped in person phone
We specialize in this branch of our
business and we cater to you best in
naming lowest prices saving you the
time used in shopping supplying the
choicest of meats and packing house
Phone for today's needs now!
u i. KinvAitTS
Phone 108 New City Market
only so far
a thorough thorough-counsel
counsel thorough-counsel and
desirable and necessary
HOUSE THIEVES AT WORK
There were several horses stolen
last night at the show grounds and in
town. evidently a gang of horse
thieves hung on the skirts of the cir
cus like camp rollowers arter an army.
Chronic rheumatism contracts the
muscles, distorts the joints and un
dermines the strength. A powerful.
penetrating and relieving remedy will
be found in BALLARD'S SNOW LINI LINIMENT.
MENT. LINIMENT. It restores strength and sup
pleness to the aching limbs. Price 2r.c,
r.Oc and $1 per bottle. Hold by all
Herbert Edwards, John Callman,
Amos Williams, John Rutledge and
John Brown, all Afro-Americans, were
up before Judge Lyles this morning
for mixing too much bonze with circus
lemonade. The judge handed them a
five-dollar lemon apiece to take the
bad taste out of their mouths.
Ladies' solid gold watches, Elgin
and Waltham movement, cases set
with diamond chips, worth J30. The
nicest present for the holiday time.
While the supply lasts we will sell
them for $14.50. The Ocala Pawn &
Loan Co., west side square.
W. D. Gamble and wife. Miss M.
Hood. Mrs. J. E. Nesbit, W. L. Currie,
George Nichols, H. J. Nichols. Miss
Emma Nichols. Carl Johnson and Miss
Addie Johnson of Wildwood were a.t
the Montezuma yesterday.
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
bv all druggists.
Mattie Goodrich, colored, aged
lied yesterday. Smith & Roberts have
charge ot the remain, awaitmcr the
arrival of relatives from Bradentown.
and the funeral will probably occur
After exposure, and when you feel
a col 1 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.
Nancy Hampton, a well known old
colored woman, died last night, and
will be !iiried in the colored cemetery
today. Smith & Roberts have charge
of the funeral. She was years old.
FOR RENT A nice bedroom fur furnished.
nished. furnished. Two young men preferred.
Apply 12 Wa'tula street.
You don't obtain the full beauty of a
picture unless it is framed. Take it
to the Ocala News Co.
We have sixteen Elgin and Waltham
watches, 21 jewels, fully warranted to
stand the most rigid railroad inspec inspection,
tion, inspection, that jewelers sell for $13 each.
We will sell them while the supply
lasts at ?20 each. Ocala. Pawn and
Loan Co., west side, square.
Dr. Izlar continues to improve.
Rebokahs meet this evening.
II. A. M. rnf-et Friday ni3ht.
See II. A. Valrrinn' bat window.
Peter Ingram loft
to White Springs.
todav for a
raised rye at Ocala Seel
Scott and wife
and sweater. II. A.
his v i .-
has returned from
Drink PLEZOL. the new drink.
It is healthful and invigoratins
Mr. F. 1. Rutland of Humterville
was at the Montezuma yesterday.
Dr. Hulbert returned
from St. Pe-
IIoj'm niiUm. iraiMtH, odd
oa'f II. A. Waterman.
Mr. J. J. Williams and wife of
mosassa were in town today.
The hand boys left-for Live Oak on
the early Seaboard train.
a thoe, see II. A. Waterman
Mr. Tom Livingston left this morn morning
ing morning for a business tour in South Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. The Ocala News Company is making
hit with its picture frames.
C. A. Miller and son, L. S. Black and
Quitman Hay of Crystal River, were
at the Montezuma yesterday.
For indigestion or sour stomach use
Dlgestit at the Court Pharmacy.
' Mrs. E. P. Rentz has
a visit to her sister, Mrs.
J. C Little, in
Southern agent for everything? men
and boy wear. II. A. Waterman.
Miss Florence Mellon of Tampa
the city, the guest of Miss Fannie
If you want to find a gooa boarding
house at reasonable rates, call up the
Mr. W. E. Claris of the II. D. Mas Masters
ters Masters Company, left for New York last
card to an
get anything from a post
18x22 photograph at Mills'
Messrs. G. P.. Tankersley and J. C.
K. Bridges of Coleman were at the
Your kodak work can De finished In
two to three days if you leave It at
i Mills' studio.
Messrs. C. A. Brabham and Fred Ped Ped-rick
rick Ped-rick came up from Dunnellon last eve evening.
ning. evening. OATS FOR SALE 2000 bushels of
seed oats. Apply to J. C. Howell, An Anthony.
thony. Anthony. Mr. J. B. Hayes of the firm of Hayes
& Guynn, has been on the sick list for
the last few days.
Mr. H. R. Brinson of Oxford was in
town yesterday, visiting his brother.
Professor J. H. Brinson.
You can get your pictures framed at
the Ocala News Company and get them
Mr. C. II.
in the city.
Rivers of Atlanta, repre repre-Dixie
Dixie repre-Dixie Culvert Company is
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms
suitable for light housekeeping. Apply
to 116 South Pond street. 10-12-12td
Miss Elsa Schneider, one of the
teachers in the Dunnellon higli school,
came up yesterday to visit her parents
and see the circus.
you are happy drink PLEZOL.
you are dry drink PLEZOL.
you look for prosperity drink
Mr. E. R. Hutehlns, a skilled
druggist of Eustis, is in the city,
ing Mr. Parrish of the Tostoffice
If what you eat won't make you
smile, try a box of Digestlt and then
you can't help it. At the Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. Mr. R. M. Perry has removed his
family from the section master's cot cottage
tage cottage on the outskirts of town to 22:1
North Magnolia street.
Pictures framed at the Ocala News
Company while you wait, and you
don't have to wait a week or a month,
Miss Carrie Williams and Miss Alice
Bullock left yesterday for Live Oak. to
meet Mr. R. S. Hall, who is with the
Serve I'LEZuL to your ramny.
Serve PLEZOL to your friends.
When you are down town drink
The Air Dome benches w
to show some effect of the
who have held them down, "nave been
put in good shape again.
Don't send your pictures out of town
to have them enlarged. Take them to
Mills' studio. We can make them in
crayon, sepia or pastel, and our prices
Messrs. S. T.
Troxler are ex
) ted to return
from a visit to
LOST A briiiule bull aog with
cropped ears and long tail; weighs 4".
pounds: white spot in forehead. Twen Twenty
ty Twenty dollars reward for his return to J.
C. Knight. 10-5-6t
Mrs. R. T. Adams and little daugh daughter.
ter. daughter. Dorothy, who have been in the
northwest for the past several months,
will return home Saturday. They are
at present in DesMoine, Iowa.
The game next Saturday between the
Ocal.-t High School and the Hillsboro
High School promises to be a hard
fought battle. I -a t year Tampa won
two games from Ocala and the boys
are working harm to prevent a recur recurrence
rence recurrence of the feat.
Yesterday the Ocala boys put in a
hard two hour's practice despite the
fact that the big- circus was in town.
This alone shows their enthusiasm and
that they are going to do their best to
.vin every aame this year. Two new
players were tried out yesterday and
their work was very promising.
The Tampa boys will be here on the
noon A. C. L. train. They prefer corn corn-in?
in? corn-in? this way, as they will have an hour
or two to rest before the pme.
A III DOME HELD ITS OWN
Will Have a
Jeff Heel This
Notwithstanding the circus, the Air
Dome had a good attendance last night,
and, it is hardly necessary to add.
good pictures. Ie has a good program
tonight, which you can see in plenty
of time before going to the big thea theater.
ter. theater. Folio wing is the program:
Mutt and Jeff. Their first appearance
in several weeks.
The Country Lovers. A mighty good
A Game of Deception.
The Herders. Western.
The canopy will be drawn, cutting
off the damp without impairing the
HI I I.I) IN ;
Mr. I. J. Bierman, who owns a valua valuable
ble valuable lot adjoining Mr. Baxter Cam's
new store on the east, and fronting
the postoffice. is having the different
contractors of the city give him figures
on the cost of building a handsome
two-story store and office building on
his property. All of the vacant lots
down in the business section of the
city are rapidly being covered with
substantial brick or stone buildings.
Dr. W. H. Dodge went up to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville this morning to attend the
funeral of Mr. Henry Deane, the young"
man who received his death wound
from thugs Saturday night. Mr. Deane
was the brother of Mrs. James Dodge,
the daughter-in-law of Dr. Dodge. Mrs.
Dodge is already in Jacksonville, and
will return with the doctor In a day
Mr. C. C. Curry and his sister, Mrs.
L. P. Hackney of Blitchton came to
the city yesterday with Dr. S. II. Blitch
to consult local physicians about Mrs.
Hackneys health, which has caused her
much concern. Dr. Blitch and the oth other
er other physicians called into consultation
think that it will not be necessary to
operate upon her.
DR. J. W. HOOD'S TELEPHONES
Miss Julia P.eville, after a pleasant
visit to Mrs. Violet Powers, left this
morning for her home in Jacksonville.
She was accompanied by Mrs. Powers,
who will return in a few days, with
her father, Mr. F. E. Harris, who is
now with the (Hidden tourists. Miss
Beville made many friends during her
visit here, and they hope to see her
Everybody is sorry to learn that
Miss Annie Griffith, the very efficient
young lady stenographer for the
Southern Phosphate Development Com Company,
pany, Company, has been stricken with appen appendicitis.
dicitis. appendicitis. Miss Griffith Is now in the
hospital, awaiting an operation, which
her many friends hope will restore her
Mr. Wm. F. Marlowe and family,
who have been away from the city for
the past six months or more, in Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville and later in Orlando, have re returned
turned returned to the city to make their home
here again. They say there is no place
as good to live in as Ocala, and it is
the best business point they have
Mrs. J. B. Saekett and Master Harvey
arrived from Sardinia. O., Sunday to
spend a couple of weeks with Mrs.
Sackett's father and mother, Mr. and
Mrs. F. A. Moulton at 120 South Sec Second
ond Second street. Mrs. Moulton has been
quite sick the last two weeks, but is
Mrs. C. H. Dame, who was operated
on at the hospital last week, is doing
as well as could be expected and is now
pronounced out of danger. This will
be gratifying news to Mrs. Dame's
Nineteen colonists for the New South
Farm and Home Company came in
Monday night. They are all farmers
and a sturdy, industrious lot of peo people.
ple. people. Tulula Lodge, I. O. O. F., held an im important
portant important and well attended meeting last
night. Mr. R. O. Daniels, formerly vice
grand of the lodge, now of Starke, was
a welcome visitor.
Mrs. E. L. Carney will entertain the
Daughters of the Confederacy Satur Saturday
day Saturday afternoon from 3 to 5 at her home
on Oklawaha avenue.
Mr. W. C. Townsend of Lake Butler
was in town yesterday. .He has con considerable
siderable considerable interests and many friends
in Marion county.
Mr. and Mrs. L. X. Green were among
tiiose who left yesterday for Live Oak
to greet the Glidden tourists. The en entire
tire entire Ocala delegation was Dr. and Mrs.
Walter Hood, Mr. and Mrs. Green and
Misses Mattie Williams and Alice Bul Bullock.
lock. Bullock. A little boy. the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Dean, who live neighbors to Mr. Robert
Conner, was run over yesterday in the
circus rush by a carriage.
time in Live Oak
A desperate attack of Turks and
Arabs against the Italian lines at Tri Tripoli
poli Tripoli Sunday morning was driven back
with loss, -o the Italians say.
Perey Kilbride of
at the Montezuma.
San Francisco is
In man of Lake
of Eustis are
City and L. M.
at the Monte-
C. H. Win-ton
went down to
Miss Mabgl Paige and her company
arrived this afternoon and are at the
1000 bushels of Texas Red
Proof Oats. Ocala Seed Store.
Another Fine Gime
Mabel Paige and Her Company Will
Present -The Lout Trail
The ever-popular Mabel Paige and
her company will again be at the Tem Temple
ple Temple this evening. As a superb actress
and most charming lady. Miss Paige is
always doubly welcome in Ocala, and
there is a welcome in little less degree
for her leading man, that courtly gen gentleman
tleman gentleman and versatile nerformer. Ed
Lawrence. The Star does not identify)
the other members of the company, but
e is always accompanied by
a fine troup and we are confident
they will give the people of this
not a dull minute while the Curtain is
up. The play toniglit, "The Lost Trail,"
as a drama, full of the situations that
Miss Paige and Mr. Lawrence have
shown their talent in many times be before
fore before an Ocala audience, and we are
sure they will live up to their reputa reputation
tion reputation tonight.
Tickets are now on sale. 75, 50, 35
and 25 cents, at the Court Pharmacy,
and going fast. Secure a seat at once
and prepare for an enjoyable evening.
A NARROW ESCAPE
Last" night Mr. J. P. Phillips and
family had a narrow escape from being
fearfully burned. They went to the
circus grounds in their Flanders car,
and upon returning home, something
went wrong with the lamps, which
would not burn. Mr. Phillips took off
the top of the generator for examina examination
tion examination and his son. Dexter, lighted a
match, holding it at some distance
from the gas tank. The rapidly escap escaping
ing escaping gas' ignited and an explosion oc occurred.
curred. occurred. Mr. Phillips' face was badly
burned and for a short time he thought
he had lost his sight. Mr. Emmett
Robinson, who came along about this
time, se'eing their predicament, took
Mr. Phillips and family home, calling
in a physician to dress Mr. Phillips'
wounds. Dexter's hair was badly burn burned.
ed. burned. Mr. Robinson happened along just
in time to render valuable assistance,
else more serious trouble might have
resulted. Very little harm was done to
F,W YOHK WON IN THE TENTH
The fifth game of the world's series
went ten innings today. New York
winning the game with a score of
four to three. The teams, will play
at Philadedelphia tomorrow and if
New York wins the teams will be on
an equal footing today.
The Altar Guild of Grace church
will hold a candy sale in the band
stand at the court house Saturday
morning at 9 o'clock.
PICTURE SHOWS POSTPONED
In consequence of the appearance of
the Mabel Paige Company at the Tem Temple
ple Temple the next four evenings, and the
Dandy Dixie Minstrels Monday night,
there will be no more pictures at the
Temple till Tuesday evening.
FIENDS IN HUMAN FORM
The confiding nature of the young
telegraph operator at the Coast Line
passenger station sometimes makes
him the victim of jokes played by the
hardened sinners that haunt that tem temple
ple temple of transportation. A day or so ago,
with the desire of furnishing some In Innocent
nocent Innocent amusement for his friends, he
offered to show them how he could
shake a dime off the dome of his in intellect
tellect intellect into a cup held at his waist.
Strange to say no cup could be found,
but some fiend whose name we know
but are afraid to print, produced a fun funnel.
nel. funnel. The nozzle of this he inserted
into the waistband of the operator, and
the obliging young man balanced the
dime on his forehead, preparatory to
dropping It into the big end of the fun funnel.
nel. funnel. And then before the circus act
could commence, some other person of
adamantine heart poured a dipperfull
of ice water into the funnel. The vic victim
tim victim was game and smole a sad, sweet
smile, but he lost his dime and 99 per
cent of his faith in human nature.
HAD A nOUSEFl'LL
Following are the Marion county ar arrivals
rivals arrivals at the Montezuma j-esterday: W.
G. Noble an family, Mrs. C. B. Allen,
Mrs. I. B. Dinkins, II. N. Knoblock,
Martin; W. A. Yongue, M. II. Yongue,
Fairfield; Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Harper,
W. A. Stevens, Fort McCoy; Miss Julia
Tillman, Citra; Mrs. C. D. Dunham,
Miss Bobbie Baldwin, Mcintosh; Mrs.
A. M. Mc White. Bryan McWhite, Sum Sum-merfield;
merfield; Sum-merfield; J. H. Pegram. Orange Springs;
J. L. Grantham, Sparr; R. D. Douglas.
W. A. Simpson. York; A. L. Marsh and
wife. Rurbank, and J. W McCranie
Lost, Saturday night, in the busi business
ness business section or at the Air Dome, a
small roll of-bills containing one ?10
three $5 and one $1 bill. Owner will
be liberally rewarded by returning to
Fifteen hundred dollars wanted on
real estate for two years. Best. of se security;
curity; security; close in; worth ten times the
amount af the loan. Address Box 161,
or inquire at this office.
Mr. II. S. Chambers returned to
Ocala sooner than he intended, as he
was much in need of rest and recupera recuperation.
tion. recuperation. The other night. Hamp had a
dream of one of the fire boys falling
off a wagon with fatal results, and the
vision affected him so powerfully that
he left for home next morning.
Mr. Troxler's clerks played the
pocket book gag with much success
yesterday. A corpulent purse, whose
rotundity was due to scrap paper, lay
on the sidewalk in front of the store
all day. and many were the victims
who picked it up.
Miss Agnes Stewart, reigning print-oe.-
of the Advocate, after visiting her
parents here, returned to her work in
Dunnellon this morning. Miss Agnes
can pick up type faster than a chicken
can pick up corn.
Messrs. S. R. Wilber, Eugene Wilber,
and L. W. lowland, all intelligent and
sturdy young farmers from Ulster
county, N. Y., new colonists for Bur Bur-bank,
bank, Bur-bank, were in the New South Farm &
Home Company's office last night.
Several of the veterans of Marion
Camp. I. C. V., went to Orlando today
and yesterday to attend the reunion
of the Confederate Veterans. Among
them was Mr. MeTr.tosh, Mrs. Mclver's
County Surveyor Alex Moorhead is
alwavs kept busy. Just at present he
is surveying tne new roaa rrom Daisy
to Fort McCoy, four milest and will
next take a sight at the Blitchton road
to Dunnellon via Fellowship.
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Young man don't you want to marry the girl of your choice?
Put in the bank some of your money, each week before you
wed. Then you'll have a right to ask your sweetheart to marry
you. And you can have something to "start in" on, to.
1 We pay you four per cent interest on the money you put In
our bank and compound the interest every three months.
We issue drafts on all foreign countries.
CAPITAL FULLY PAID IX $73,000
JNO. L. EDWARDS. Pres. CLARENCE CAMP. Vive Pres.
H. D. STOKES. Cashier.
COMMENCING WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25th.
Special Engagement of
And her excellent Company presenting
"THE LOST TRAIL."
A Great Western Comedy Drama. A Bright
Breezy Army Story and
The Greatest Farce 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.
OCALA HOUSE ARRIVALS
The Ocala House was full to over overflowing
flowing overflowing yesterday and last night, every
bed taken and cots in the halls. Fol Following
lowing Following is a list of the arrivals, which
doesn't include many who took their
meals without registering:
Mrs. D. P. KIbler and children, Dun Dunnellon;
nellon; Dunnellon; Mis.s Marie Grumbles. Martin;
Samuel Slack and family, Martin; J. K.
Rubanks. Tt. A. Williams. C. C. Stran Stran-burg,
burg, Stran-burg, Geo. W. Hyde, J. C. McDonald
and family. Crystal River; W. B. Mc Mc-Kenzie
Kenzie Mc-Kenzie and family. Standard; Mrs.
Flora McKay Morrison, Morriston;
Miss Lillian Morrison, Inverness; K. O.
Osborne, L. Osborne, Morriston; Mrs. D.
Horlacher and child. Pay Lake; J. 1L
Wimberly and wife, Willie Massey,
Olive Massey, Louis Massey, Florence
Hall, W. O. Brewer and wife, Florida;
W. T. Eodiford, Gainesville; W. H.
Shaw, Baltimore; A. D. Williams, Crys Crys-stal
stal Crys-stal River; T. J. Capus, K. D. Roy, K.
Fulton, L S. Speer, Jacksonville; C. H.
Williams and wife, White Springs; W.
A. McCoy, Thomasvllle, Ga.; Mrs. W. S.
Doyle, Tampa; Thos. J. Nabes, Miss
Blanche Kilgan, Wildwood; R. L. Will Williams,
iams, Williams, Tampa; K. C. Vaughan, Jackson Jacksonville;
ville; Jacksonville; J. T. Ivey, Savannah; A. A. Cor Corcoran,
coran, Corcoran, T. J. Burnett, Palatka; Jos. B.
Wolfe, Atlanta; J. C. Byars, Louisville;
J. J. Fort, Plant City; S. C. Beard.
Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. Rothmeyer,
Winden, Neb.; James H. Mortland and
wife, Irvington. N. J.; C. M. Dickerson,
E. J. Dozier, Tampa; Mrs. D. Dawson,
Levon; C. A. Pound, A. II. Blanding, H.
It. Roberts, Gainesville; J. J. Robin Robinson,
son, Robinson, W. C. Johnson, C. M. Wellslager,
Jacksonville; J. D. Scruggs, Florida;
M. Feinberg, D. B. Kibler, Fred S. Ped Ped-rick,
rick, Ped-rick, Dunnellon; A. J. Abraham, Louis Louisville;
ville; Louisville; E. J. Byrne, Atlanta; F. S. Gar Garwood,
wood, Garwood, Trenton, N. J., F. L. Rutland, T.
L. Croora, A. T. Coleman, T. Sutton
Beville. Sumterville; G. D. Winston and
wife, Inverness; W. B. Snell, Conner;
G. C. Walters, W. B. Holley. C. W.
Proctor, Alfred Proctor and wife, Elec Elec-tra;
tra; Elec-tra; A. W. Kinlaw, Eureka; Jno. W.
Zumber, Atlanta; Milton Cohen, New New-York.
York. New-York. Sheriff Galloway says be has never
seen a more orderly crowd in Ocala
than that of yesterday. Only half a
dozen arrests were made all day, and
these were mild drunks. There was
no rowdyism about the show grounds,
and Mr. Galloway's fourteen deputies
were unable to detect a sine case of
House had 124 arrivals
There were fourteen cases in record
ers court this morning. ins nonor
was easy with them, and they only
netted the city $TS.
ruests last night.
had to turn away
Bos tick has a position
Miss Ola Deese will be married, at
the home of her sister, Mrs. B. F. Bor Borden,
den, Borden, to Mr, James Cason this evening.
Mrs. Richie came up from Stanton
at noon and returned on the afternoon
train. She is nursing Mr. Earl Lytle,
and reports him improving.
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Scott returned to today
day today from a visit to Micanopy. Mr.
Scott had not been well for some time,
but has improved in the last few days.
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METHODIST PRAYER MEETING
At the Methodist church tonight the
usual midweek prayer service will be
followed by a conference of members
to plan for the coming revival. There
will also be services tomorrow and
Friday nights, beginning at 7:30 p. m.
The pastor will be glad to meet as
many of his "members as possible at
OCA I A SCHOOL OF" MUSIC
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 haven't 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.
Mr. A. S. Cook, who owns property
at Burbank, left this morning for
Jacksonville, to accept a situation In
the Times-Union job office. Mr. Cook
is a veteran printer.
OCALA CIIAFTKU NO. 13, R. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter,' No. 13. It. A. M., on the fourth
Friday of every month at 8 p. m.
J. A. Bouvier, H. P.
Jake Brown. Secretary.
FORT KING CAMP XO 14f
WOODMEN' OF THE WORLD
Next regular monthly meeting will
be held at 8 o'clock Friday evening.
Nov. 10, Bill, at Yonge's Hall.
W. F. Marlowe. C. C.
Chas. K. Sage. Clerk.
All who have pictures are taking
them to the Ocala News Co., to have
$100 MACHINE FOR $65
Sold for Cash or Montlilj
It is unquestionably the most
practical typewriter made, regard regardless
less regardless of price.
R. lu HRTIX, Local Agent,
Room 9, Merclurats lilock, Ocala,
Ocala In On
OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1911
We have in oxst large store, almost every
thing yot 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,
ings 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 IIS BEFORE MAKING YOUR PURCHASES
JUST ASK YOUR WIFE
IF SHE WOULDN'T
LIKE TO HAVE
A NEW RANGE?
SHE LL LIKE THE KIND WE SELL. COME SEE.
IMauptoo Hardware Co.
JACKSONVILLE'S FINEST and FLORIDA'S
LARGEST and BEST YEAR ROUND HOTEL
Rates Reasonable American Plan
THOMAS M. WILSON.
The Very Latest Models in
Receiving Some NEW Things
Every Day. Come and
West Ft. King
HURST & GARNER
THIS SEAL STANDS FOR
quality, and is stamped on everything
you buy here. Always on hand a. fail
line of Bugrgies. Carriages, Wagon?.
Automobiles, Harness and leather
Goods and all kinds of up-to-date
Farming- Machinery. Everything that
wears wheels, made of leather or sroea
to make farming a pleasure. Call on
us when in need we will eliminate
KNIGHT & LANG,
OCALA - FLORIDA
I No Man's
I By Louis Joseph Vance
1 Illustrations by Ray Walters I
(Copyright, isio, by Lccis Joseph V&nc&J
t'nconsclously she arew a pace or
two awav. The action roused him. ;
He lifted to hers bagged eyes set in ;
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one of discernment. She knew in-i
stinctively that he divined her j
thought, that he knew why she bad 1
drawn away from him. And so piti- j
iui ne seemed tnat beiore sne Knew
It her mood melted and knew only
compassion for him.
"Oh, Garrett," she cried impulsive impulsively,
ly, impulsively, "I am bo sorry!"
Visibly he took command of him
self. "I'm sure of that," he said slow
ly; "and I don't want to distress you. J
My coming here was pure accident, as j
I've said; and presently I'll go and -j
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set foot on the Island since you wish
"Oh," she cried, half sobbing,
"thank you thank you!"
"But first I want you to tell me one
"Yes anything!" she promised
gratefully, heedless of his sober scru scrutiny.
tiny. scrutiny. Are you hapny?" he demanded
forthwith; and held his breath, for on
her answer everything he prized de depended.
pended. depended. "Are you happy with him
It was like cold water In her face.
She gasped and drew herself up,
straight and slim, defiant. "What
right have you to ask me that?"
"None but that of a man who loved
you once, and who, though he may
not, loves you still whatever you
may think iiim, Katherine."
She held her answer, quivering
with. Indignation. That he should
dare Yet there were two things in
his attitude to calm her: an Imper Impersonal
sonal Impersonal note, puzzling, and a impl dig dignity
nity dignity that left little foothold for re resentment.
sentment. resentment. As for Coast, momentarily while
she did not reply, the Issue hung In
the balance, whether he should speak
or no: whether, enlighten her forth forthwith
with forthwith or leave her (were she happy In
her marriage) In her fool's Paradls.
He felt himself a prey to dlsocrdaat
Impulses, pride and generosity coun counselling
selling counselling him, each with a double
"I hold your happiness above all
els," he resumed as the pause length lengthened
ened lengthened "far above my own, Katherine.
That is why I ask you: are you hap happy."
py." happy." "I have no regTets," she told him
"That doesn't answer me."
Her eyes wavered beneath his
searching glance. She turned away
and stared oft into the vacancy of the
"How is one to tell?" she said pres presently,
ently, presently, "Isn't happiness difficult to
define? A thing of comparative val values?.
ues?. values?. . I am content, that much 1
know. I have discovered something
in life higher than the gratification of
self; I have learned that to s?rve
means more than to be served.
I married yie mad I loved; he need3
me now, could hardly do without me.
I am a help to him in his work; h-e
would probably be unable to continue
it without my assistance. . 1
have my cares, as he has his, as you
have yours. Who has '"not? .
But a year is a long time; I have
learned much since . ." She took
a deep breath. "Yes," she concluded
8ho Kept Her Faoe Averted.
evenly: "I think I may say I am hap happy,
py, happy, Garrett."
But she kept her face averted.
"And this?" he asked, stepping to
her side and lightly touching: her bare
forearm with his finger.
Just below? her left elbow four
marks, like bluish stripes set close to together,
gether, together, stood out like weals upon her
delicate skin, where the flesh had
been bruised by the cruel pressure of
a man's strong- fingers.
At his touch she recoiled with a
half-stifled cry, her face blazing.
'"Donf don't !" she gasped, trying
with faltering fingers to pull down
the sleeve. But realizing that it was
too late, that he had already seen, she
recovered, sullenly leaving- the sleeve
as it was.
"I'm sorry." said Coast soberly: "I
didn't mean to touch you. I didn't
think had forgotten what what I
may not expect you to forget. Only
. . that is his mark. Katherine."
"Well." she flashed 'defiantly, "and
what if it is? Is he. or am I. answer answerable
able answerable to you? Can he nof touch me
. ." But his undeviating and pene penetrating
trating penetrating gaze disconcerted her; her an anger
ger anger rang unconvincing even to ncr ncr-self.
self. ncr-self. "It was an accident,' she Mu Mulshed
lshed Mulshed lamely. "One of the servants
angered him they are Chinese and
etuald and in hl3 blindness he mis-
toon me for the man and caugiit my
; arm. ..." I
"It must have hurt," said Coast, try- j
, izxz to believe her.
She was silent, facing him with, a j
trace of bravado. He bowed.
"I beg your par-ion; it was, as you j
suggest, none of my affair. I merely j
happc-ned to notice, and it startled me. j
Will you be good enough to tell me j
the way to the beach?" i
1 Silently the woman indicated a path
: leadirs away from the gate. ;
Still he lingered, letting his eyes ;
drink their 11 of her; and knew, in j
; a swift flash of certitude, that never j
had she been more dear to him than j
: in this moment of renunciation, that;
I never would his heart's allegiance j
waver from her, whatever her mood j
I cr circumstance. Whether she suf- j
fered him or as now sedulously dis
countenanced him, his queen could do
ny" .' ,,,, v .or,t to
uith a sigh, inaudible, he went to
"There's nothing I can serve you In,
"Nothing only go away."
"Then good-by." He shrugged
slightly, lifted his cap and put himself
outside the dooryard.
He stopped. She moved down to
"Garrett," she begged, breathless
with the anxiety roused by an unsus unsuspected
pected unsuspected latent fear, "promise me some something
thing something . ."
He looked down into her sweet face,
plaintive with appeal. "Name it. said
"If by any chance you should meet
him Douglas I'm not sure where he
is don't please
"I'll be careful," he assured her.
"Don't worry; I shant let him know
who I am. If possible, I'll keep out of
Her eyes were eloquent of inex-
Possible relief "Thank you; she fal-
tered, keenly alive to the trite inad
equacy of the words. "And, Garrett,
you're not not angry with me?"
"Angry? With you!"
She was twisting her bends togeth together.
er. together. "I can't seem to forget," she said
in a tremor. "I've tried I only wish
I might but I can't, I can't. Remem Remember
ber Remember that, if I seen unkind."
"You haven't been unkind to the
man who shot Van Tuyl," he said, in
spite of himself.
She did not seem to hear, or, if she
heard, to read the riddle in his enig enigmatic
matic enigmatic answer. "It isn't that alone,"
she protested; "that, perhaps, I could
forget in time. You weren't yourself:
Douglas has always insisted you were
not. But, O Garrett, Garrett; it was
unmanly, It was unworthy cf you to
try to shield yourself by accusing
him! That I can't forget, that I'm
afraid I shall never learn to forgive.
Why, Garrett, why did you permit
that man Warburton to do It?"
He heard her out in pitiful patience,
too deeply moved for anger or resent resentment
ment resentment to have any place In the conflict
of his thoughts.
"As to that," he said, his tone col colorless,
orless, colorless, "I would ask you to suspend
judgment if you hadn't already pro pronounced
nounced pronounced It. But I leave you this to
consider: one of two men only could
have killed Van Tuyl. Dundas we ex-
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!j Ballard's pj
c-ept Dy mutual consent; Biackstock!
admits and I admit he didn't do It. ;
There remain Biackstock and myself,
neither of whem cculd have been con-
victed on the other's unsupported evi-
"You are cowardly to say this to me,
when he's not here!" i
But he had a level and emotionless
look with wfiich to meet the Impas-
sioced scorn she showed him. I
"Perhaps: but don't forget I asked asked-only
only asked-only the opportunty to eay as much to
him. . Has it ever occurred to
you that Dundas, not your husband, :
gent me to Sing Sing that, had Dun-;
das been in my pay, Biackstock would
now be occupying the cell I occupied?" ;
He had himself well in hand. Other Otherwise
wise Otherwise she must have seen how deeply
moved he was. Simply to watch her
and not give way was almost more
than he could endure. Ills eyes
kindled and his face blazed, and his :
heart ached with his love for her,
the longing that he must never voice, i
But she did not see. j
She was answering him; her words!
came in a torrent, stumbling over
one another: her voice vibrant with;
unutterable contempt sounded in his j
hearing like the hymning of angels.
"Oh," she cried in loathing "Insuffer-S
able!" And the desire to catch her -In
his arms and stop her lips with 1
kisses was like a pain. T nve j
dreamed that man could be so low, so j
vile!" she said; and he wished nlm- j
self beneath the foot she stamped. "I
hate you!" she told him; and beneath j
his breath he whispered over and j
over: "I love you, I love you!" j
"I ask nothing," he said, w'hen she j
had to stop, as much for lack of words
as Dreatn, more man mat you inmn
it over. You've told me what you
think of me and I daresay you're
somewhat Justfied. But think it over;
you owe me and you owe yourself
that. Weigh the worst you knew of
me before Van Tuyl was shot against
what you have learned of Biackstock
since you married him; then judge be between
tween between us. Try to think which would
be the more likely to lose his temper
because of a drunken man's maudlin
insolence. At best you'll admit it'g
his word against mine, Dundas's word j
deciding. And one way or another
Dundas was a perjurer: first hia tes- j
timony convicted me, then his testl- j
mony set me free."
"What do you mean by that?" she
demanded, impressed In epite of her herself.
self. herself. "Dundas," he explained patiently,
"committed suicide in the Tombs a
few days ago, after signing a confes confession
sion confession that he had testified falsly at my
trial. On the strength of that con confession
fession confession I was pardoned by the Gov Governor.
ernor. Governor. You understand.?"
Her face was ghastly. "You bought
that confession," she asserted between
He smiled painfully. "I presume I
might have anticipated that. . "."
"You daren't deny you bought it!"
. "From a man contemplating sul
Thpt silenced her. Her poor, dis distraught
traught distraught wits would frame no retort to
his inexorable logic. Pulled this way
and that by doubts, each more ter terrible
rible terrible than its fellow, she could no
more than sway and stare at him with
eyes blank in a face like parchment.
His heart bled for her In her mis misery.
ery. misery. If he could he Avould have un unsaid
said unsaid all that he had said, to ease her
suffering. "I feel like a dog," he. told
her contritely: "to have told you this
... I meant not tQ, but t
I couldn't help it. Think and .
and judge between us, Katherine."
"It is' a lie!" she walled. "You have
lied to me everything you have said
was lies all lies. I don't believe you.
. . But you have poisoned my
life for me! . Truth or lies:
wkat am I to believe? ... I am
the most wretched of women, and you
have made me so. Why couldn't you
leave me In peace? Why must you
have come to make me suffer so? How
am I to know what Is true, what
false? . Oh, you are monstrous?
You are cruel, cruel! If only you
would go and let me forget! .
Go, go, and let me tfc!"
In his remorse, reluctant to leave
her eo, he tried to comfort her with
broken protestations that even he
knew were rank with insincerity; nor
would he willingly have gone before
she grew more composed. But at
length, despairing, be yielded to her I
unending importunity, and bowing his
head, went his way in a daze of mis misery
ery misery as black and dense as the relent relentless,
less, relentless, eullcn fog.
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"Four doctors ha -I given me up,"
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La., "ami my cniHren ani my frienrt.
were looking for me to die, when my
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(Sumter County Time-?)
Th- rciv railru'id tank, the lararest
1 trie S. a. I,, railroad, is rearing com com-.:;on.
.:;on. com-.:;on. 1 'ur town 1.- in work of
:1 Phillip- has aocepted the
prfa-h f-r !u- Baptist church
1 r. N?yniord
t-'id ;hf uru-r-11:-
w:fp. u h.,
of re-r .:::: r.e;
.:.'"!';.:.. d ":, : 1.
an:- home FrSd,iy Co si-
I "f hi- brother's baby, f
.. i,ltn at the bedside j
hc'.v f..ir two week-, ac-
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me of i
Mr. and Mrs.
iomas Cruts, Jr., Tues- J
day ev and
Ulmed f-r his own
Frink, after an illness of eiarht weeks.
Th- Ladies Civ!.- League this week
t r:tit-artvd v5th Mr. R. V. O'Kane of
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The Ocala Northern Railroad Com Company
pany Company began operating through
trains to Bay Lake. Orange Springs
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14th. Train leaves Ocala 7 a." ni. In?
stead of 8 a. m. as formerly and wil
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round trips wJH bp mad. Sunday
trains will leave Ocala a. m. ant 9
p. m. Until furdher notice tickpts
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JAMES C. DAIII.MAX,
"COWBOY" MAYOR OF OMAIf.,
THROWS THE LARI.Vjr!
Mayor Jas. C. pahlman Btarte JU
career as 'a cowboy; 4nd s at' pres'pi
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till the secpnd Saturday Jn November.
All persons desiring to register may qq
so by calling at the city clerk's offlce."
October 5th, 1911. ......
fj. C. Sistrunk,
Clerk art.1 ex-pffjcio auperyispr pf
Registration of the City pf Ocala.
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