WE HAVE OX DISPLAY A COM COMPLETE
PLETE COMPLETE LINE OF ART SQUARES AND
SMALLER Kl(i IV VARIOCS DE DESIGNS
SIGNS DESIGNS M QI LITIES, WILTON,
Illtl SSEI, WMINISTER, PHO UKl 'S-
sei, tai'esthv, mvhn and
;rs. ciuni:e and ji'nee
irnv;. alwws ;lad to show
THE FURNITURE MEN
OCALA. FLORIDA. .MONDAY. OCTOBEK 30. 1011.
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QAI I OVA rnMPI ryif)N comes from bilious A
impurities in the blood, and the fault lies with the
liver. It is torpid.
(THE POWDER FORM)
Is the neatest of all liver medicines. Its powerful purifying and
strengthening influence is at once apparent in an improved appetite,
good digestion and a feeling of strength and energy in the body.
When the system has been put in order the yellow cast in the skin
gradually disappears and the complexion becomes clear and healthy.
SOLO BY DCALCMS. P CI, LARGE PACKAGE, SI-OO.
Aak for th- gf uuin- with th K-d 7. oh tbe lu.f 1. If you nrii.t r-t it. remit to o, w will tend
it by ir&O. poetp.i.i, teiiitiiKLft Liver Kguialcr im put uj aie iu liquid loriij fur thoAc who pretr it.
iru ..uu p r bouie. Luui lor the ttd l&bei.
J. h. zeilin & CO.. Props., St. Louis, mo.
FULLER & AYER
Office over Munroo & Cliamhliss R'k.
J. E, CHAGE
Rooms 9, 10 and 11, Second Floor,
L. F. BLALOCK
Office Over Commercial Bank
OCj. ... FLORIHA
Office Hours, 8 to 12 a. in. 1 to ."
p. ni. riione 211.
F. E. McCLANE
Physician and Surgeon
General Practice Calls Made Prompt Promptly
ly Promptly .iIit or Vuy.
Special Attention to Obstetrics, Dis Diseases
eases Diseases of Women and Children.
Office Rooms 1. 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6, Holder
Ruildins. Second Floor. Phones.
Office No. 333; Residence No. 333
)R. J. T. SHAW, V ET E R I X A 1 1 1 A N
nradiiato of I ho United Slates Col Col-i'Hf!
i'Hf! Col-i'Hf! of Veterinary Shihis
WASHINGTON. H. U
Located Hf I far Jouen Hospital on South
First .Street. Went
AI palls Promptly Answered.
M'iVER & MAC KAY
Undertaken; and Embalmers
fine Caskets and Burial Robes
ALFRED E. OWEN", Fnpetnl Rlrcotor.
AH Work Done by Licensed Em Em-balmers
balmers Em-balmers and Fully Guaranteed.
PERPETRATED BY WALT AV DOUGA LL :
I ' 1
Accurate Building Flans. Blue Prints
and Specifications made. Lands Sur Surveyed
veyed Surveyed and Platted. Close Estimates
fiado on Erection of Buildings of any
character by contract or on commis commission
sion commission basis, write or consult me at
Holder II lock
C, J. PHILLIPS
11 HE ID 1IB
Devil Alnay Find Some Work for
Empty Hand to Do Assault anil
Rubbery the Result of Idleness.
Jacksonville. Oct. 30. Five assaults
and highway robberies, four of which
proved fatal to the victims, within the
last two months have so stirred the
people and the authorities that 2" ad additional
ditional additional police have been iut on the
force of the city.
Both the city and county authorities
have become very active and effective
in their dealings with men who de decline
cline decline to work and yet live well with without
out without means of visible support. In other
words. Jacksonville is swatting the
vagrant earnestly and from the shoul shoulder.
der. shoulder. It ha? come to be recognized that
the idlers who infest the cities and
towns of Florida are a menace tn life
and property, anij ihe authorities here
aiv ho longer tolerating excuses for
idleness which won't stand verifica verification.
tion. verification. Jacksonville- newspapers how
contain ca h dav records f dozens or
more of idle negroes who are pent to
the county chain gang or municipal
on the water front the cry is for
more labor to load' thV vessels. i the
various industries' ana inrouahout the
i"ite fruit m.-n are already beginning
to enlj for hrlp. Vet iheiv arc hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of negro men who Jive In ap apparent
parent apparent case without more than just
enough to keep their names on the
pavroll of some shipping man or indus- i
trial concern. This is a condition
whi.h obtains to u decree ultke In all
towns and cities of the state.
It is this class against which the
campaign of the authorities is direct directed.
ed. directed. Finding that the old lam.., vrn-t.
will no onUvi" ue accepted before the
trial judges, many of them are be beginning
ginning beginning to put in six days a week
rather than run the ri',; i.r Hfiii
made ii; woik ft.r the county. The
idle white men whose means of sup support
port support is open to question are also be being
ing being raked in. This is largely rt-i a
safeguard atraint crUiiH4s who may
bp pvyitiH upon the public.
Leading industrial men throughout
the Plate are declaring that the saw sawmills,
mills, sawmills, turpentine farms and 'UeV in industries
dustries industries of Florida io'e sufferins ser ser-luus
luus ser-luus losses through lack of labor. The
Georgia-Florida Sawmill Association
at its meeting here last week gave the
greatest portion of nine, to a dis dis-cussiMn
cussiMn dis-cussiMn or the labor shortage. Condi
tions have been growing steadily
worse for many month.
The disposition seems to. be to rec
ognize that the approach of the win
ter, season, when crooks and criminals
of varying degrees from the colder
climates will be expeeted to flock to
Florida, makes it imperative that the
growing vagrancy evil be throttled as
a protective measure as well as for
the assistance of the state's industries
and for the improvement of a situation
that is rapidly approaching a stage at
which new industries will hesitate
seriously as to whether they will lo locate
cate locate in Florida where labor is unwil unwilling
ling unwilling to work.
In Jacksonville, the shipping men
are suffering and vessels are losing
hundreds of dollars each day because
the negroes who should unload or load
them refuse to v,vk. Tampa is fac facing
ing facing the same situation, and the news newspapers
papers newspapers and authorities there have be become
come become aroused to action. I'ensacola
newspapers say. that the shipping
thete is not actually suffering loss
now, but urge a campaign against
vagrancy as a precaution. The news newspapers
papers newspapers of practically all the commie.
in the state are also, demanding of
tne'.r local authorities tnat the vag vagrants
rants vagrants be cleaned .out.
Stand fcxick I
f "w wi i ? i t 1 i i r r i 5 ) i c-, r n-f I
GINK AND BOOB: GINK KALLS DOWN .SO TOSPE AK ON A LITTLE PRIVATE SCHEMET
I I I A bliy TdPP Trtmily hrtve relumed from Two-months rtbroadiny with
0 Ipf of valuable intcj',K-Mrs Vopp lias secured a Argoyle from Hvunle ls tomb 5i Yippe
copped off Oliver Crormvelh Itavfrig-inug, Ird Yapj: bcuhl a glass eye once used by Goethe,
Eli Vnp ojtcisfcl u porous plaster belonging to Hh DuUe of Alva and A CYapp bought cm
tillered ntHMJpoinlfd ncmbruruJI vhtch looks prelly ,bul which sitie ol our hesl art
crilics u?peot lohe fval ccconddtind All These treasures will be exhibited at tbe A
OTri-ivvliTy ft-nfivol ol Ihe Oecond UoptisT cm rexT Wedne
"""' x nit n .it .....
Slercopiicon picTu res of ihe Tor6ig ids visiled by 1heYjp family or their rtcenttrip
ex. peris an
ESS IS II
For tht Meiiioeratle Party, Sayn Wood Wood-row
row Wood-row WIlNon eoreil l(lrlehi
I)aUa, 'iVan, Oct. 2'.. Governor
Woodrow Wilson of Xew Jersey yes yesterday
terday yesterday ileclared democratic success iu
the elections of next yeai a certainty,
described tlu putty as controlled by
the real progressives of the country
and urged that if the democrat; ,teied
wisely a large part of the progressive
republican Vt.te might be gained.
Oov. Wilson's political talk was at
a luncheon which preceded his addres
at the Texas State Fair, where he was
the guest of honor.
Incidental to his political utterance,-
Gov. Wilson discussed currency reform
brieflly and took issue with the Na National
tional National Monetary Commission,
In elaborating upon his contention
that big business is concerned in its
particular interests and not in the
welfare of the people. Gov. Wilson cit cited
ed cited the so-called Aldrich monetary plan
as an example.
"Aldrieh's outfit went to Germany
and brought back their proposition
which embraces the banking system of
Germany.." he uid. "They did not
taki: intu consideration that conditions
here are different or thar the system
there is unsatisfactory. lt would not
be acceptable me bankers theiti-
eives sr they understood it.
f Tifton. are scouring 'U-- country in I
an effort to find r:ui or find out what j
becam.- of iun.
p.- Ift llatiira Wednesday after
loon. J n t as the (Hidden to.irists )'. ? f"
ed tiiere. to go to tue old li.-tvs Jfiigs j
place in this county to. u"k after sotne j xM1( Kiir iii
Mai-cr on the
VALUES FOR MEN
Bonar $3.00 Hats
Sweet, Orr & Com Company's
pany's Company's Trousers
v raw &
THIS IS A SIGNED GUARANTEE OF SAT SATISFACTION
ISFACTION SATISFACTION BY THE MANUFACTURERS OF
U. 11 11 B
t imber whii h a thought oi buying. j
liv twts not fieen seen since then, arid l
yesterday his buggy was found near j
the double bridges over i'oc Willacoo- I
chee river, six ra'.ies above Valdosta, i
with i'.ij n. t and coat, his keys and j
checkbook. His horse is s'i'.i to have
been seen in Yaldo.t; yesterday. j Meg ram r.-eeived from Mannheim, Ger
many, to. lay. i;urman will enter it in
the Florida beach races this winter.
Have a 20-Second
Florida I tench
Indianapolis. Oct. .".0. "Wild FJob"
Hurman has bought a new :!-miie a
minute Ilcnz racer, according to a ca-
UHAfVKSS CAWOT F. Cl'KKD
by local applications, as they cannot
reac'ti the diseased portion of the ear.
Thero is only one. way to cure deaf deafness,
ness, deafness, and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
in llamed condition of the mucous lin lining
ing lining of tho Eustachian tube. When
this tube is inflamed you have a
rumbling sound or imperfect hearing,
and when it is entirely closed, deaf deafness
ness deafness is the result, and unless the 'n 'n-flammation
flammation 'n-flammation can be taken out rul this
tube restored to its normal condition.
hearing will be destroyed forever; j Court
nine cases out of ten are caused by
lie will return in
race-; at Savannah.
time for the fall
Contractor and Builder
PJans qmt Specifications Furnished
180 South Third Street
W, C, BLANCHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
on A rr mcatiojt
P. O. ROX 46
3IIIIMGHT IX TIIF. 7, RKS
and yet sleepless, Hiram Scranton, of
Clay City, 111., coughed and coughed.
Hj was in the mountains on the advice
of five doctors, who. said ho had con consumption,
sumption, consumption, but found no help in the
climate, and started home. Hearing of
Dr. King's New Discovery, he began
to use it. "I believe it saved m? life,"
he writes, "for it tnade- a new man of
me, so that I can now do good work
again." For all lung diseases, congas,
colds, lagrippe, asthma, croup, whoop whooping
ing whooping cough, hay fever, hemorrhages,
hoarseness or quinsy, its the best
known remedy. Price 50c and $1. Trial
bottle free. Guaranteed by Typings
JAMES C. DAIII-MA,
" c o v n O Y" M Y o u
Mayor Jas. C. Dahlman started his
career as a cowboy, and is ak present
mayor of Omaha, and has the follow following
ing following record: sheriff of Dawes county,
Xeb., three terms; mayor of Chadron,
eight years; mayor of Om:,'uij &ix
years, and in 1910 candidate for gov governor
ernor governor of Nebraska. Writing to Foley
& Co., Chicago, he says: "I have tak taken
en taken Foley Kidney Pills and they have
given me a great deal of relief so 1
cheerfully recommend them," Yours
truly, (signed) James C. Dahlman. For
sale at the Court Pharmacy.
catarrh,, which is nothing but an in in-tlamed
tlamed in-tlamed 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
liiirs Catarrh Cure. Send fo? cir circulars
culars circulars free.
F. J. Cheney St Co., Toledo. O.
Sold by druigists, 75c. Take Hall's
Fami'y Pills, for constipation.
TAKE VOI It COMMON'
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
an 1 coids in children and in grown
persons, take Foley's Honey and Tar
Compound promptly. For. sale at the
White, Wile & "Warner, makers of the famous W-W-W Ring, au authorize
thorize authorize the retailer to sell their Rings with an absolute guarantee of
satisfaction. This guarantee includes the STONES STAYING IN (ex (except
cept (except diamonds). If, however, the stones should come out, the maker re replaces
places replaces them 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 gold.
WHITE, WILE & WARNER
3Iakers of Rings "In Which the Stones Do Stay In"
buffalo, N. Y.
A. E. BURNETT, Agjeinilt
A Large Selection of Rinffs to Select From
KEIIEI.S FORCED TO ItETKEAT
OCA I A SCIIOOI. OF' MUSIC
The Oor.Vi School of Music will open
it- doors for the fourth annual ses session,
sion, session, October 2, I'.'ll. It ofl'ers its pa patrons
trons patrons first-class instruction in violin,
piano an1, lt-c fence. Any one wanting
j places who haven t already applied tor
'time, should see Miss Marv Connor.
the director, at her studio, corner of
Magnolia street and Fort King ave avenue,
nue, avenue, after September 27th. Office
hours 10 to 1- a. m.
WHITE I.!T IN A Mll;TO
Itotl of Honor
W. F. BLKSCH, Proprietor.
Husjness Men's Favorite Place Reop Reop-fnetl
fnetl Reop-fnetl by r Veteran.
CALL. AND SEE HM
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates Made on All Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
The registration books of the city
of Oeala will be open from this date
till the second Saturday in November.
All persons desiring to register may do
so by calling at the city clerk's ofnee.
October 5th, 1911.
H C. Sistrunk,
Clerk and ex-Officio Supervisor of
Registration ai the City of Ocala.
NEVER OCT OF WORK
The busiest tittle things ever made
are Dr. King'? New Life Fills. .Kvery
pill is a sugar-coated globule of health
that changes weakness into strength,
languor into energy. brain-fag into
mental power: curing constipation,
headache, chills, dyspepsia, malaria.
Only 23c at Tydings & Co.
for the Name
Washington, Oct. 30. A white list"
is the latest thing in Washington and
lias supplanted the old "black !!-:."'
which business nu-n u-el to drad. The
"white list" originated with the Na National
tional National Consumers' League an 1 will
contain the names of Washington
merchants who are recommended by
the league. Only th .-.- tradesmen ar..;
manufacturers whose stores :.int fac factories
tories factories are operated ai-iu' hygienic
lines and without child la':r will Vie
eligible ixi the honor roll.
A MEDICINE TIIT
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
Goverimieiit Tro Won a Hat tie In
Cblna Hniikovr and I'hl Men
Hong Kong. 0-t. Hankow was
recaptured from the rebels yesterday,
after an all-day battle. There was
some very sanguinary righting. Large
iuantitics of arms and ammunition
were taken by the government, the
le nan r:v-r. leaving muen or meir
-tores "f ammunition and provisions.
The loss to the imperial arms is
given as forty killed, including two
eaptains of infantry, two lieutenants
and several non-commissioned officers
and IT." wounded. The rebel lost 430
in killed and wounded.
The reported retaking of I 'hi S5en
in S7.eeh1.1en province by im
troops is confirmed.
LOIN ETC CIO 8
We have just received a fresh sliipmeflt of the?e favor favorite
ite favorite candies in fc and 10c. packages, which contain
Chocolates, Chocolate Creams, Chocolate
Almons and Chocolate Cherries.
Also a large assortment of Chewing Gum.
J. C. GEIGER, Manager.
found that it cured their coughs j
colds, so 1 keep it in the hou-e all I
time." Refuse substitutes. For
at the Court Pharmacy. I
KICKED IIV A MD HORSE
Samuel Birsch, of Beetown. Wis., had
a most narrow escape from losing his
leg, as no doctor could heal the fright frightful
ful frightful sore that developed, but at last
! Cueklen'.- Arnica Salve cured it com com-i
i com-i pletely. Its the greatest healer of ul-
cers. burns, boils, eczema, scalds, cuts,
! corns, cold -sores, bruises and piles on
I earth. Trv it 'sic at Tydings & Co.
Our Style Book is pen
APARiMKNTS FOR RIO XT
The Sicond floor of the
mem house on Fort King
for rent. Apply to Joseph
is. or one without
te e o trier. .ppi
1S6 North Magno-
P.eli apart- j
avenue is j
Bell at t
I upply just the
REST QUALITY OF FRESH II AY
For sale, any quantity of new mown
hay; beggar weed mixed with crab
grass and Mexican clover. Apply to
P. W. Ditto.
YOU MUST COXFESS
After using Hall's Texas Wonder for
kidney, bladder and rheumatic trouble,
that it has merit. It gives juiek and
permanent relief. Seldom one bottle
fails to cure. Write for local testimo testimonials.
nials. testimonials. Dr. E. W. Hall. 2S Olive street,
St. Louis, Mo. Sold by all druggists.
FOLEY'S KIDNEY REMEDY
VS. A IIOPELE. CASE
rk. J. V.. Fr. ernan says: -I hid
e cas... of kidney trouble and
wrk and my rasp seemed i
One larce bottle of Foley's j
m d y cur--! m- and I have
-n bothered sir.ee. I alwavs :
id it. For sale at the Court
m v. r bt
re co mm-:
ingredients needed to
rengtnen and restore the
ral action of the kidneys and
er Specially preoare for back-
! ache, headache, nervousness, rheuma-
:im and all kidney, bladder and uri-
i nary irregularities. For sale at
i Court Pharmacy.
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
standing 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. FLORIDA
M WOK Cl.YVTT I MIiINf
!uiith irrgla Itwdnrv.
Valdosta. G.i.. Oct. ZQ. The dtv an
county ofrlcials and relatives an 1
friends of Sam M. Cly.itt. a protn'.nent
turpentine operator and former mayor
Latest mips of Florida and all eth ether
er ether states at Ballard's.
don't obtain the full b.
inle.-s it is framed.
Ocala Nrws Co.
ca uty or a
to h ive th
.1 i I a 1 ;
-ur pt-'tures out
en I ar tied. Take
We cm make
r r.aitei. and our pri
t "r. p m t o
You are not expertm-r.tlng on your yourself
self yourself when you take Chimberlain's
Cough Remedy for a cold as that prep preparation
aration preparation has won its great reputation
arc! extensive sale by its remarkable,
cures of colds, an 1 can always be de-
led upon. I is equally valuable
r a.la':? and children and may be
given to young children "with implicit
connd-i-, -e as it contains no harmful
drug. Sold by all dealers.
JACKSONVILLE'S FINEST and FLORIDA'S
LARGEST and BEST YEAR ROUND D0TEL
Rates Reasonable American Plan
THOMAS M. WILSON.
OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1911
OCALA EVENING STAR
Bittinger & Carroll, Proprietors.
R. R. Carrroll, Business Manager.
J. H. Benjamin, Editor.
THE MOST THING XEEDFIL
The Scriptures or Shakspere, or some
other book the people keep more than
they read, speaks of "the one thins
needful." The passage doesn't apply
to Ocala, which needs many things, but
its moat thing needful is a commo commodious
dious commodious and up-to-date edifice for the
Marion County Hospital.
Not any one thing, or two, or maybe
more, in our city i3 as beneficial and
necessary as the hospital. Small and
ill-equipped as it has always been, the
amount of good it has done in pre
serving life, in saving and soothing
suffering, is incalculable, and its use
fulness would be multiplied as its
ability was increased.
The hospital should be a personal
concern to every man, particularly if
he has a family, in Ocala. He never
knows when It may be instrumental in
savin? hi3 life, or some life dearer
than his own. Seldom does a week
pass without someone whose life and
health is of concern and value to the
entire community receiving treatment
in It: treatment that could not be
supplied in any private home unless
extensive means had been making
preparation for weeks beforehand
Even could all the previous years of
its existence be forgotten, the work
done in this institution in the past
few weeks is enough to impress its
vital importance on our people.
Except in the skill of the physic
ians and the care of the nurses, the
hospital has never been equal to the
calls made upon it. The rambling old
house in which it has been located for
the past ten years, while roomy and
comfortable enough for a private res
ldence, has never been large or con convenient
venient convenient enough for its present pur
pose, and a3 its age and the work of
the hospital increases, it becomes less
and less adequate every day.
Even this building may soon become
unavailable. The people who own
have for some time known that they
could draw more revenue from the
property if it was put to other uses
They have been quite patient; they
have waited on the hospital as they
wouldn't have waited on anything
else; and they can scarcely be blamed
if before many months they serve no
tice on the institution that It mus
find another home. This would no
be right in a destitute community, bu
Ocala cannot claim that she is not
able to furnish an institution of such
importance with a more fitting habi habitation.
tation. habitation. Some few of our business men have
given freely of their time and means
to aid the institution, a number of la ladies
dies ladies have worked faithfully in its be behalf,
half, behalf, many good people have made do donations,
nations, donations, and all our physicians have
done yeoman work, but it has receiv received
ed received little if any public help, and the
mass of the people are sadly apathet apathetic.
ic. apathetic. Now. this shouldn't be so. The city
and county spend thousands of dol dollars
lars dollars every year on public Improve Improvements,
ments, Improvements, and the people spend tens of
thousands on things they do not need.
Marion county has just invested forty
thousand dollars In a new jail a nec necessary
essary necessary expense why can't it invest
one-tenth the sum in the most neces necessary
sary necessary institution in its borders. Very
few people would object if the city
gave a thousand, and these sums, add added
ed added to what the hospital association has
on hand, would go a very long way
toward enabling the hospital to build
a home of its own a home adequate
to its needs, and that would be a ben
efit to Ocala. Marion county and all
the country round about.
More than all. the people can help.
The people of Ocala spend enough ev every
ery every month on things they do not need
to Duiia ana nt tne nospitai. with so
little self-denial that they would not
feel it, they could give more than
enough in a few weeks for the pur
Let the hospital association go ahead
with Its good work, which has lain
dormant for some months, and pro
ceed with the enterprise something on
the same plan of that of the Masons in
building the Temple Theater. The hos
pital plan is years older than the
theater plan but the theater is built
ana in operation, wnne tne hospital is
almost where it was before the theater
was thought of. Let the association
start its work and depend on the peo
ple to help finish it. If it is to be said
10 our reproacn mat we can build a
temple to Thespis, but cannot build one
to humanity, the sooner it is said, the
Let the city council and county com
missioners see what appropriation they
can make to this most worthy of ob
jects, and let no man raise his voice
against an undertaking that may be
worth more than all the world to him
ere a year passes. Let every man and
woman see how large a loaf of bread
he or she can cast on the tide that
may flow his or her way before the
sun again rises and sets.
The holiday season, the time of
gifts, approaches. Let us all go to
work and see if Ocala cannot lay
large and lasting gift in the hands of
SOMETHING TO CONSIDER
Claude L'Engle's Dixie is not only
spotlight in showing up political and
commercial corruption, but it often ad
vancea excellent economic ideas. The
following article is one well worth the
consideration of all believers in good
"Wooden Paving; Blocks'
mere is no doubt about it. The
brick trust catches us coming and go going.
ing. going. Bids for paving streets and roads
in Florida bring division among the
various members of the paving brick
trust, and not competition.
"in fact, we are 'gold bricked' by
the brick trust, which permits its sev several
eral several integral organizations to submit
bids, some high, some low. When the
award is made, it is generally found
that the contracts are secured by the
various members of the brick trust in
accordance with their capacity to fur
nish brick. The larger ones get the
larger contracts and the smaller ones
e need not pay tribute to the
brick trust if we do not want to. and
the fact that we do submit to thi
hold-up is humiliating and attributa
ble solely to the inertia (observe that
mild work that I use) of the officials
county and city, who award these con
"While Jacksonville, Duval county
and other parts of Florida are allow allowing
ing allowing the brick trust to parcel out the
contracts for paving, Atlanta has de declared
clared declared independence by using wooden
blocks instead of brick.
"Knowing that the cities of Atlanta
and New York were tearing up brick
and stone pavements to put down
wooden blocks, I wrote a letter to the
Ity engineer of each of these cities.
asking them why.
In letters recently received, they
say that the ereosoted wooden blocks
are much smoother than the brick or
granite; that they last longer in pro proportion
portion proportion to their cost and that the prop-
rty owners 'infinitely prefer' the c-re
osoted wooden block pavement to any
other class of pavement that has been
laid in those cities.
If there is one thing that Folrida is
long on, it is material out of which
o make wooden pav-ing blocks. It is
ike 'carrying coals to Newcastle' to
bring brick into Florida out of which
to make good roads when the wood is
already here, and the experience by
practical tests of the much larger
cities of Atlanta and New ork in
dicates the positive advantage of
There is no chance of a wooden
paving block trust in Florida. There
are too many sawmills scattered an
around with problems of getting rid
of waste material constantly confront-
ng them, to permit of any combina
tion that would raise the price, if
wooden paving blocks should come
nto general use.
"It is conservation of natural re
sources that the wooden paving blocks
should be used in Florida. Millions of
feet of material that could be profita profitably
bly profitably used in the making of wooden pav
ing blocks is now being burned in the
"There is no doubt about the senti
ment of the people of Florida in fawr
of good roads. They are determined to
have them, even though the cost of
brick pavement comes so very high. A
fifteen-foot road made of number two
brick laid flat cost Duval county more
than $14,000 a mile. Creosoted wood wooden
en wooden blocks good enough for the streets
of New York and Atlanta could be laid
on these public roads, with slight
travel on them, at half of this figure.
The only real argument I have
heard againse the use of wooden pav paving
ing paving blocks is- that they are considered
unsanitary. This objection is remov removed
ed removed by use of the creosote and certain certainly
ly certainly will find advocates among think
ing people when it is remembered that
municipal hygiene is in a much great
er state of advancement in New York
City, which is replacing the other
pavements with wooden blocks, than it
is in the Florida towns.
Before the war there used to be a
plank road running out several miles
from Jacksonville toward Lake City
In the low places along the old plank
road were to be found some of the
supports of this wooden pavement
pretty sound after forty years
gone by since they were laid.
"It seems foolish for Florida to be
buying paving brick at the prices the
bridle trusta a srrpp to lt us havp thptn
when Atlanta and New York are tear-
ng up these same bnc pavements
and putting down the wooden blocks
which can be cut from the waste of
r iui iua a saw uiwia.
"I hope some Dixie reader who is
also in the lumber business will figure
out this thing for me, and will let me
know Just how much it would cost to
deliver creosoted wooden paving blocks
in Tampa, Jacksonville, Ocala, Lake
City and other places now using
MR. SPARKMAX AXXOINCES
Mr. S. M. Sparkman, who for many
years has represented the first Florida
district in Congress, has announced
that he will be a candidate for re
Mr. Sparkman is a very solid and
sensible statesman, who believes in
doing rather than saying things, and
has acted accordingly during his pub
lie career. lie is a great favorite in
Ocala, whose interests he has care-
luiiy iooKeu alter. tie has been in
congress so long, and has worked so
well and harmoniously with the other
members in the Interest of his district
that there is a strong reeling among
his constituents that his work should
not be interrupted. Ocala has no fault
to find with "Uncle Steve" and it will
be hard work to prize many votes
loose from him in this section.
SOMETHING IS GOIXG TO DROP
Everj" few days there comes along
through this town, on the Atlantic
Coast Line, an express car loaded with
fish. It stops for twenty minutes at
the passenger station, and while it
stands there ice water off the fish runs
out of the car and soaks into the
ground along the station platform,
creating a most offensive odor that
lasts for hours and sometimes for
days. This stink is an insult to every
decent person that has to visit the
station, and there is good reason to
believe that it causes sickness.
mis nuisance is not the fault so
much of the railroad as of the South
ern Kxpress Company, as the railroad
has nothing to do with the cars except
haul them. The Star doesn't think
the express company has much if any
excuse for causing this offense. Fish
never smell like attar of roses, but
they shouldn't be hauled in leaky cars.
At any rate, the city has police
power to deal with the matter, and if
the railroad and express company do
not soon remedy the evil the fish cars
will have to be switched to some other
stand while the train stops. Just
imagine such a nuisance being allow allowed
ed allowed to exist in Jacksonville or Atlanta.
Then why should Ocala put up with
E ASTER LI XG-GERBER
and Mrs. J. J. Easterling of
Montezuma, announce the engagement
of their daughter, Loca Mae, and Mr.
R. Gordon Gerber, of Atlanta, the mar marriage
riage marriage to take place on Wednesday,
November 1, at the home of the bride's
sister, Mrs. Elliott Dunn, 17 East North
avenue. Atlanta Journal.
Miss Easterling is a niece of Mrs.
J. A. Walters of this city, has often
visited here and at Coleman, and is a
most attractive young lady with a
host of friends in Florida.
Italy says she wNl put an end to
chattel slavery in Tripoli. We hope
she won't let it be replaced by indus industrial
trial industrial slavery, which is as bad. and
white slavery, which is worse. The
Mohammedan treats his slave as a j
member of his family, and the red
light districts are unknown in his ;
A man named II. C. Jones, manager
of the Seminole P.uilding Co., of Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, is missing, also much coin
belonging to investors in said com company.
pany. company. Robert Van Ness and L E. Milton, s
two residents of Jacksonville, were
killed Saturday by a street car which
ran into their auto. i
That story of 60.000 Turks and
Arabs lined up outside Tripoli to re resist
sist resist the Italian in vasion is worthy of
the Shanghai liar.
Feginning Nov. 1, the Lakeland
News, one of the best weeklies in the
state, will issue a daily, the Evening
Telegram. Put the Star on your X
list, Brother Hetherington.
STKPIIKN M. M'AHKMiX, T1IK
WHO ASKS THE DHMIX'RATS OF
TO CONCiHESS FOR AXOTIIEIt TEK M.
WHAT ARE YOU
Every person should have
ail ideal, a Standard, a goal
. 1 1 i
oi aciiieveineiit luwani which
he should constantly strive.
Place your earnings in our
OaVlIlgS Department ailU USC
,, ir4. ..
Jvjul tu (iumuiuic
fortune. A dolliiV Starts
you, the rest is easy.
MUNROE & GHAMBLISS
rains tonight or Tueilay,
moderate northeast to east
You don't have to take calomel if
vou buy a bottle of Nyal's Liver Stim
ulator. This is a medicine put up by
a reputable pharmaceutical manuiac-
turer, and sold under a positive guar guarantee.
antee. guarantee. It is true to the nanus stim stimulating
ulating stimulating the liver, at the same time as
sisting it in its natural action. Sold
in Ocala by the Postoffice Drugstore.
The state and county 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.
W. L. Colbert, Tax Collector.
Joseph Bell, County Judge.
CONCORDIA LODGE F. U. OF A.
Conco.rdia Lodge. Fraternal Union of
America, meets in Yonge's I Tail on the
second Thursdav evening of each
month. W. T. Gary. F. M.
Chas. K. Sage. Secretary.
Mrs. Susan A. Ellis
90 Oklawaha Ave.,
Instructor in Voice
Specializing in Correct
Placing of the Voice and
Proper Touch and Tro Tronic'
nic' Tronic' of the Piano.
"How can a young man buj
flowers and take his Best Gal
to Dinner on $5.00 ?
A. H. WOODS Presents
The Girl in the Taxi"
With an All Star Cast.
A Scream' in Every Line.
Saturday Night, Nov. 4th
Seats on Sale at
The Court Pharmacy.
SOLID AM) SENSIBLE STATESMAN
THE FIltST DISTRICT TO SEND HIM
One of the f.reatest Newspaper Men
Who Ever Lived, it Dead
Charleston, S. C, Oct. 20. Joseph
Pulitzer, proprietor of the New York
World and the St. Louis Post-Dispatch,
and one of the most commanding
figures in modern journalism, died
yesterday aboard his yacht. Liberty,
in Charleston harbor.
SAM n.YATT WELL KXOWV
IX THIS SKCTIOX
Mayor Sam Clyatt of Tifton, Ga.,
whose di.sappearance is causing so
much excitement in that city, is the
organizer of the "Sam Clyatt Fishing
Club," which visited Ilomosassa every
winter. He is well known in this part
niv dixie MixsTitrci.s
AT THE TEMPLE TONIGHT
The original Dandy Dixie Minstrels
will be the attraction at the Temple
tonight, in a long and diversified pro program
gram program of song and fun. This promises
to be one of the most pleasing com companies
panies companies of colored entertainers yet seen
here, and should prove a good attrac attraction.
tion. attraction. Probably no organization of its kind
is better iualified to command the
name of the "best ever" than this
peerless troupe of all-star colored
comedians. They possess the happy
faculty of being able to make merry
in any environment and in this par particular
ticular particular entertainment they shine con conspicuously.
spicuously. conspicuously. Piloted by .Tames Crosby,
who lives up to his unique sobriquet
is every way, the production is a whirl
of fun, gaiety and fun from start to
finish. The songs are all new, the jokes
fresh and original and the vaudeville
features and specialties up to the min minute.
ute. minute. Others who contribute to the
merriment are John Pamplin, Dixon &
White, Eugene Ilellman, Arthur
Crooks, John G. Payne, George Taylor,
Walter Long, Hay ward S. Wooten and
Prices, 73 and 50 cents. Seats on
sale at the Court Pharmacy and going
MUNICIPAL DIREC TORY
Mayor John D. Robertson.
Recorder L. T. Izlar.
Assistant Recorder II. M. Hampton.
President of Council H. C. Jones.
President Pro Tern R. R. Carroll.
Clerk II. C. Sistrunk.
Tax Collector W. Wr. 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. II. Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, R. R. Carroll.
Aldermen Third Ward E. T. Hel Hel-venston,
venston, Hel-venston, H. A. Fausett.
Aldermen Fourth Ward H. C. Jones.
G. A. Carmichael.
Alderman-at-Larga W. P. Edwards
Committees of the Council
Market G. A. Carmichael, L
Knight, R. R. Carroll.
Sanitary E. T. Helvenston.
Edwards, H. A. Fausett.
Street R. R. Carroll. G. A.
chael, J. H. Taylor.
Cemeterv E. T. Helvenston,
Fausett, H. C. Jones.
Euildinsr H. C. Jones. H. A. Fausett
G. A. Carmichael.
Fire II. A. Fausett, C. R. Tydings,
R. R. Carroll.
Police W. P. Edwards, J. II. Taylor.
L J. Knight.
Finance C. R. Tyiings, J. H. Taylor.
E. T. Helvenston.
Judiciary L. J. Knight, C. R. Ty Tydings,
dings, Tydings, W. P. Edwards.
Light and Water J. II. Taylor. C. R
Tydings, H. C. Jones.
OCALA XOKIHKHX EXCURSION"
If you want to pass Sunday tak taking
ing taking a sxood ride and seeing a beautiful
country, pack your dinner baskets full
and sro on the Ocala Northern excur excursion
sion excursion to Kenwood and points between.
If you stop at Fort McCoy, Ray Lake
or Orange Springs, take your bath bath-ins?
ins? bath-ins? suits. One fare for the round
trin 11.23 to Kenwood, $1.10 to Or Or-ansre
ansre Or-ansre Springs, and lesser amounts to
nearer points. Train leaves Seaboard
station at 8 a. m. A good opportu opportunity
nity opportunity for a pleasant, restful day in the
AGENTS WANTED First class for
this and surrounding counties, for the
-New Standard 1310 Census Atlas of
the World." Agents make $40 to ?60
per week. Rest of terms. Also agents
for low-priced, easy selling- juvenile
and holiday books. Combination out outfit
fit outfit postpaid only 20c. 30 per cent com commission
mission commission to agents. Full particulars
free. Address A. B. Kuhlman, pub publisher,
lisher, publisher, 126 West Lake St., Chicago, 111.
JTI8 TO YOUR ADVANTAGE TO DEAL 1TH OS
One of the BIG ADVANTAGES in dealing with us is that in anything yoa
buy you can always be sure of QUALITY.
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.
Oo Ko "TTosripolfc Giro cse ipr
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
HOTEL FOR SALE
The Colonial Hotel, located on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia 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 ths sole agency
for the sale of the Colonial.
H. A. KRAMER
Montezuma Tllock, Ocala. Fla.
FARM FOlt SALE
A nice farm of 11 acres, well im
proved, all fenced with woven wire,
all cleared except three acres. Good
well of water, two-room house and
other improvements. Located 1 '2 miles
from courthouse in Ocala on P.litch P.litch-ton
ton P.litch-ton hard road. Will sell reasonable.
Apply to William Madder, Ocala, Fla.
uonz 3atiie m a
It's mighty disagreeable peel peeling
ing peeling down to Nature's garb
in a chilly bathroom. Then
after your plunge ycur pores
opened by the warm water of
the bath you're in prime con condition
dition condition to take a good heavy
cold if you become chilled.
Don't do it it's dangerous.
Make Your Bathroom
Use a Vulcan
Will make your bathroom
comfortable in five minutes.
No Odor. No Stuffy Feel Feeling.
ing. Feeling. Positively Sanitary.
CITIZENS' GAS CO.,
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. v If
at any time you get anything of us that doesn't come up to your expec expectation,
tation, expectation, we ask 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
first class grocery store, YOU WILL FIND THEM HERE.
Our ROYAL SCARLET CANNED GOODS, 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:
IIECKER'S SELF RISING BUCKWHEAT
IIECKER'S OATMEAL AND PANCAKE FLOUR
BONELESS BREAKFAST BACON
EDAN AND PINEAPPLE CHEESE
A FULL ASSORTMENT NATIONAL BISCUIT CO S.
CAKES AND CRACKERS IN PACKAGES AND BULK
SWEET MIXED AND CUCUMBER PICKLES
Call up Phone 300 and Let
AND ELECTRICAL WORK
We Guarantee to Save You Money on Any Work in Our Lines
As employ none hut expert ve nre In poMiUon to guarantee ev every
ery every piece of work we conMtntct sin ml the Innpeetiou of the mot
rliiil ins)M'lor.s. Il ettwlN nothing vret our fiifiireM. antl you ore the
winner, whether we Keenre the contract or not. t;ive mm m trial.
M. W. TUCKER
FORT KI.G BLOCK
KNIGHTS OY PYTHIAS
Conventions held every Monday eve evening
ning evening in Castle Hall over Carlisle's
drugstore. A cordial welcome to visit visiting
ing visiting knights. J. (. Ferguson, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. and S.
TCLl'LA LODGE XO. 22, I. O. O.. F.
Tulula Lodsre No. 22, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows. meets every
Tuesday at 8 p. m., in Yonge's Hall.
Visiting brethren always welcome.
J. C. (Ifiger, Noble Grand.
W. L Colbert, Secretary.
LOYAL OHDKll OF MOOSE
Ocala Lodge No. 69It. Meets each
luesday night at hall in tJary block.
Edwin Spencer. Jr., Dictator.
E. L. tapp. Secretary.
OCALA AKUIi: NO. 1814, F. O. K.
Ocala Aerie No. 1814, Fraternal Or Order
der Order of Eagles, meets every first and
third Wednesday in the month, at S:ir
p. m.. in Castle Hall. Visiting broth brothers
ers brothers are alwavs welcome.
F. G. U. Weihe. President.
N. L Williams, Secretary.
I-OllT KING CAMP XO 14,
WOOHMKX OF THE VOItLl
Next regular monthly meeting will
be hdd at 8 o'clock Friday evening1,
Nov. 10, 1 1 1 at Yonge's Hall.
W. F. Marlowe, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
OCALA CHAPTER XO. 13, R. A. M. J
Regular convocation of the Ocala
Chapter, No. 13, It. A. M., on the fourth
Friday of every month at p. m.
J. A. Rouvier, H. P.
Jake Rrown, Secretary.
OCALA LODGE XO. 2HC, R. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodire No. 2S6. Renevolent and
Protective Order of Elks, meets sec second
ond second and fourth Tuesday eveninsrs in
each month. Yi !fina: brethren always
welcome. Edward Drake. E. R.
Louis F. Savaree, Secretary.
XO. 10, F. & A. M.
Marion-Dunn Lod-re No. 13 meets In
the Temple on the first and third
Thursday evenlnzs of each month.
V;itinz brethren cordiallv invited.
W. T. Mcllwain. W. M.
';. W. Martin, Secretary.
LOST A plain soil stick pin, with
W. H. M. engraved on it. Finder will
receive reward by leavinar at the Star
SCHEDULE TO ORANGE SPRINGS
The Ocala Northern Railroad- Com Company
pany Company be?an operating through
trains to Ray Lake, Orange Springs
and Kenwood on Thursday, September
14th. Train leaves Ocala 7 a. m. in instead
stead instead of 8 a. m. as formerly and will
make one round trip daily to these
points except on Sundays, when two
round trips will be made. Sunday
trains will leave Ocala 8 a. m. and 3
p. m. Until further notice tickets
will be sold to all stations except Sil Silver
ver Silver Springs at rate of one fare for
the round trip. Sunday rates between
Ocala and Silver Springs will be 25
cents for the round trip. All tickets
limited to day of sale. Now get your
baskets ready and spend a pleasant
lay at the famous resort of Orange
Springs, one of the most delightfa'
places for an outing or recreation it
W. D. CARN, Sec'r and Manager.
J. H. TAYLOR, Treasurer.
WE SELL ALL
AT LOWEST PRICES
us Give an Estimate on Your
KI2GISTII ATIOX HOOKS RKYISED
At a meeting of the city council held
on this date the following' names were
stricken from the respective wards:'
Durand, P. A., removed.
Hit tinker. C. L, deceased.
l!l.-in. K. I.. removed.
Culbreath, C. E.t removed.
Gabby, II. K., removed.
Jewett, .1. S., removed.
Miller. D. A., deceased.
Marlowe, W. F., removed.
Mcllwain, W. T.. removed.
Pike. W. S., deceased.
Spurlin, J. G., removed.
Sylvester, J. W., removed.
Toph. A. R., deceased.
Williams, Arthur, deceased.
F.ailey, Henry, deceased,
Dekle. J. .. removed.
Liddon, C. A., removed.
The city council will hear complaints
November 21st, 1911. for the restora restoration
tion restoration of names stricken.
11. C. Sistrunk. Clerk.
October 2Cth, l&ll.
Who I Now la m Ttewr nalldlaK,
Corner Sonth. Flrnt and Magnolia
Street Phone 73
FALL SAMPLES AND STYLE
Call and look them over, and
give your order now for a
handsome fall tailor made
suit of clothes
We now have a plenty of
OCALA SEED STORE
OCAUL iJYEXIKG STAR. MOXDAV, OCTOBER 30, 1911
A BANK MAY
Is Performed for Its Customers by the Commercial Bank
Bank Service is useful to the firm and individual only so far
as it is able to meet their requirements for the convenient
transaction of business.
There is wide experience, capable management
capital back of the Commercial Bank together with
ly organized system and a desire and willingness to
advise with patrons.
Bank Service on this bassis' is both desirable and
to the business interests of Marion county.
a thorough thorough-counsel
counsel thorough-counsel and
When in Need of
First -Class Plmmbiig
Write or Call on
W. S. YWE
Estimates Furnished on Work in Any Part of the State
WE ISSUE COUPONS ON THE FREE PIANO CONTEST,
ASK FOR THEM. PHONE 26
25 1-2 S. Main St. Ocala, Florida
STOP LOOK LISTEN f
Monday Night, October 30th,
STORE FOR RENT
Half of front Htnrr downstairs at the
Wourinmr block, next to Theun-Zaohcry
Furniture house, for rent. Apply to
Mr. Akin or Mr. Ilennett, wltu Ocala
Plumbing Electric Company.
K. of P. meet this evening.
Moo?e meet tomorrow eveninsr.
See II. A. Waterman' bat window.
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.
Mr. W. J.
Y., is in
raised rye at Ocala Seed
Eagles meet Wednesday evening.
The revival at the
is going along well.
Drink PLEZOL, the new drink.
It i3 healthful and invigorating.
and Mrs. A. R. Griffin of
were in the city Saturday.
The Ocala Xews Company Is makinj
hit with its picture frames.
Masons meet Thursday evening.
V. Davis has returned from
and eater. II. A.
D. C. ETEHTAIED
Afternoon at the
Saturday afternoon Mrs. E. L. Car Carney
ney Carney tendered a reception to the
Daughters of the Confederacy at her
beautiful home on Oklawaha avenue.
The rooms were artistically decorat decorated
ed decorated with flowers and ferns, the colors
blending harmoniously. Mrs. Carney
was assisted by her friends in receiv receiving
ing receiving and entertaining her guests.
Mrs. Carney and Mrs. R. G. Blake
received the guests
The Ocala firemen look neat and
natty in their new uniforms.
FOUND A bunch
Mr. Ed Dreyfous.
of keys. Call on
Mr. Laurie Taylor, the druggist, is
in the city calling on his customers.
'The Girl in
the Taxi" will
Iioy'M MuitM, walMtw, odd pant and
ca;f II. A. Waterman,
Little Marion Phillips, who
ported siik with appendicitis
is doing very well today.
on the veranda
and at the door were Mr-. Edward
Holder and Mrs. Charles Rheinauer.
Mrs. W. Y. Xewsom met the truest. at
the front parlor, introducin.tr them to
some of the older members of the
Daughters. Mrs. Edward Cadger. Mrs.
liillingsley. Mrs. J. II. Livingston. Mrs.
Waterman and Mrs. Railey. Mrs. S. T.
Sistrunk then met the guests at the
living room door and introduced them
to Mrs. Chapman, Mrs. Arrington of
Nashville, Mrs. Y. A. Pelot of Owens,
and Mrs. Haley of Chicago. Mrs. T. H.
Johnson received aat the door of the
back room introducing to the teachers
of the hisrh and primary schools. Miss
Holmes. Miss Murphy, Miss Reynolds.
Mis- P.rowns, Miss Lucile Moore. Miss
Mizelle and Miss Margaret Taylor. The
pleasure of the occasion was added to
by music rendered by Miss Irma Blake.
Miss Eugenia Fuler and Miss Clara
Johnson. Punch and cakes. were serv served
ed served from two prettily decorated table
by Mrs. IT. M. Hampton and Mrs. L F.
Blalock at one of the tables and Mrs.
John Taylor and Mrs. W. T. Gary at
the other, while Misses Annie Atkin Atkinson.
son. Atkinson. Annie Davis. Bettie Melver, Grace
Hatchell and Ophelia Sawtelle, assist assisted
ed assisted in serving. Mrs. R. C. Muncaster
and Mrs. J. R. Moorhead lifted the
veil of the future for the guests after
the refreshments by presenting them
with quaint little fortunes. Others
who assisted Mrs. Carney in entertain entertaining
ing entertaining were Mrs. M. Fishel, Mrs. J. D.
Robertson. Mrs. R. R. Carroll, Mrs. O.
T. Green. Mrs. R. A. Burford. Mrs. F.
E. Harris. Mrs. E. P. Rentz. Mrs. C. R.
Tydings, Mrs. Percy Billingsley, Mrs.
A. G. Gates and Mrs. Mary Eagleton.
Mrs. Carney is famed for her enter entertainments
tainments entertainments and hospitality. and this
being no exception was greatly enjoy enjoyed
ed enjoyed by the large number of her friends
who were present,
Dixie Min Min-Court
Court Min-Court Phar-
OCALA HOI Si: ARRIVALS
HI Sit I VS
Than All Colored llntrel Combined
Wafeb for the IHr Free Street Par Parade
ade Parade at Noon Daily, Grant! Hand Con Concert.
cert. Concert. at the Thenter at 7::.0 Dally.
sale Saturday at the Court
Prices, 75 and 50 cents.
Charles Rodoff, Proprietor.
Rest Quick Lunch Eeatlnc House
in the City
Apalachicola nnd Cedar Key
Oyster in All Style!
Every tiling that is good
to cat, properly served
Right Now, whon you
want it. All Delicacies
of the Season.
W. B. Gallagher, Savannah;- H. R
Smith, Lynchburg; E. H. Jordan, At Atlanta;
lanta; Atlanta; A. H. Church, Atlanta; J. B. Bor Borland,
land, Borland, Citra; Mrs. B. E. Turner, Chas. S.
Swain, Y. A. Morre. II. C. Patten, C.
.lubes, Jacksonville; J. E. Terry. P. II.
Jones, H. S. Collins, I. J. Nissrod, New
York: J. R. Beymer. agent "The Girl in
the Taxi" Co.; Miss M. I. Stephens,
Monticello; T. Mitchell, Fort McCoy;
C. H. Hall, F. E. Bolton and wife, Bos Boston;
ton; Boston; J. W. Plaine, Salem, Ya. ; A. S
IJolbert, Fairmont, W. Ya.; E. C. J-en-kins,
Chester. Miss.: D. D. Bohertz, H.
W. Hodges. I. P. Ives, city; Mrs. Wind Windhorst,
horst, Windhorst, Tampa; Will G. Meyers, Xew Or Orleans;
leans; Orleans; R. M. Smith, South Carolina; A.
S. Burlier, Winter Park; J. B. Horell,
Louie Osborne. Morriston; Miss Pat Patterson.
terson. Patterson. Lakeland; Mr. and Mrs. R. W
Weaver, Lakeland; Miss Wright, M. W.
Whilden. C. C. Carleton, Plant City:
James Lourtellot, Ed Adams. Burbank;
J. E. Godlove. St. Louis; C. Thornton
Buchanan. Washington; J. A. Meyer.
Cincinnati; C. W. Parker, Pensacola;
W. II. Bubbard, Terrell.
Mrs. C. H. Dame is very much bet
ter indeed and her family hope to take
her home from the hospital today.
FURNISHED ROOMS TO RENT
Apply at Hayes & Guynn's.
Mr. J. IT. Pegram, the Fort McCoy
merchant, was in town today, a guest
of the Montezuma.
ST. PHILLIP'S CATHOLIC CHURCH
n Mboe, see II, A. Waterman's
well known commission mer mer-Mr.
Mr. mer-Mr. C. C. Carleton of Plant City,
uest of the Ocala House.
For Indigestion or sour stomach use
Digestit at the Court Pharmacy.
Melver & MacKay has just
a carload of sash and doors
other of stoves.
Wednesday, Nov. 1st. will be solemn solemnized
ized solemnized the feast of All Saints at 10 a. m.
and at 4 p. m. It is a day of obligation
as on Sunday.
Nov. 2nd is All Souls' day, a great
commemoration for the holy souls of
our relatives and friends. -A requiem
mass will be offered up in their be behalf
half behalf at 7 a. m., and a short instruc instruction
tion instruction for the occasion will be given
during the services. All good and sin sincere
cere sincere Christians are cordially Invited.
Rev. D. Bottolacio.
HIGH PRAISE FOR
THE DIXIE MJXSTRELS
OCALA WOX AGAIN
Southern ascent for everything men
and hoys wear. H. A. Waterman.
MOXTKl'MA HOTEL ARRIVALS
R. B. Thornton. Boston, Ya.; S. G.
Bureh, Hartford, Ala.; J. L Kech, At Atlanta;
lanta; Atlanta; W. W. Lancaster, Atlanta; J.
E. Hart. Edgfield. S. C; J. C. Boozer,
city; G. A. Fresham, Marlowe Giss, R.
Lowry. Wakefield Ramsdell, Douglas
Conley, John Clark, A. E. Holmes, Jr.,
R. Zimmerman, Jules Mudosa. Byron
Bushnell, George Lester, James II.
Sparkman. E. Knight, S. Sparkman,
W. B. Slenderson, E. L. Robinson. Tam Tampa:
pa: Tampa: W. L. Armand. Fremont. O. ; Mrs.
M. L. Lee. E. White, Michigan: J. L.
Watson and daughter, Monticello: C.
M. Whinson, Rozell Watson, AY. J.
Duffie, Jacksonville: M. D. Jackson,
Orlando: C. G. Real, E. J. Beal, Orange
Lake; P. E. Hutchenson. Gainesville;
AY. II. Push. Lakeland; E. L. DeLong.
Jacksonville: J. A. Jordan, Savannah;
A. T. Byrd. Silver Springs; W. C.
Townsend. Lake Butler; F. D. Melton,
San Francisco: W. M. Lucius, city: M.
Fruthman. city: J. L Taylor, Jack Jacksonville:
sonville: Jacksonville: II. B. Morgan, O. L Farless,
Otter Creek; S. R. Byrd, Ocala; S. L.
Knoff, New York; C. T. Buchanan.
Washington; B. W. Hopson, Jackson Jacksonville;
ville; Jacksonville; J. II. Pegram, Orange Springs;
W. C Lockhart, Like Butler: W. If.
Fahrenback, Levon; AY. H. tDawson,
Jacksonville Mrs. O. J.
Peoria, 111.; Miss Elizabeth
Mr. R. O. Connor went up to High
Springs on International Harvester
business this morning.
WANTED To borrow $1500 for six
months, or one year on good security.
'X. Y. Z.," care Ocala Evening Star.
Mr. Lock McNeill, a clever young
man from Lafayette county, has taken
a position in Dewey's restaurant.
If you want to find a goofl boarding
house at reasonable rates, call up the
Mrs. Guy W. Toph and children, left
today for Tampa, where they will
spend two weeks with Mrs. Toph's
father, Mr. Hutchins.
Your kodak work can ne finished In
two to three days if you leave it at
OATS FOR SALE 2000 bushels
seed oats. Apply to J. C. Howell,
That very reliable paper, the Palat Palat-ka
ka Palat-ka News, savs of the Dandy Dixie
Minstrels, who showed in Palatka last
"From the rolling up of the big cur curtain
tain curtain on the big, prettily staged, hand handsomely
somely handsomely costumed first part act to the
going down thereof at the close of
the performance there was not a dull
moment. There was 'something doing'
all the time, and what was done was
presented in a clever, refined, satisfy
ing style anil appealed
young, large and small,
songs, musical selections
thing connected with the
entirely in keeping with
'Dandy Dixies' purported
what the people expected. The jug juggling
gling juggling and slack-wire acts in the olio
were especially meritorious and were
This lively aggregation arrived in
Ocala yesterday and will perform at
the Temple this evening.
to old and
and every every-show
show every-show were
to be and
"THE GIRL IX THE TAXI
It will be surprising information to
his friends that Mr. Clifford Peabody
went down to Sanford Sunday morning.
There are iwo Kind's or mill Tonk
PLANK'S AND OTIlEuS
RKGRETS ARE USELESS
After you are burned out. The wise
men prepare for the emergency of Fire
by haying 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 present
ent present wisdom. Little trifles often cause
a fire, but the resultant loss is no trifle.
It costs so little to be well and fully
insured that the poor have no excuse
for not having a policy. See us about
SAVARESE AND BELL
Life, Fire and Accident Insurance.
THE "FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH
Is the soda rountaln in our drug store.
All the youth of both sexes patronize It.
Lut that does not keep the old folks
from enjoying it, too. Our soda Is pure
and refreshing, and flavored with all
th popular syrups. Jtou will find it ex exhilarating,
hilarating, exhilarating, yausrying. cooling. Try It
once then you will recommend It your yourself.
self. yourself. Only Five Cents.
THE COURT PHARMACY
THE OLD RELIABLE PLANK'S
CHILL TONIC IS GUARANTEED
TO DRIVE OUT MALARIA, TO
CURE CHILLS, FEVER, COLDS
AND GRIP. YOUR MONEY BACK
IF IT DOES NOT. TWENTY-FIVE
AND FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE.
ASK YOUR DRUGGIST.
l'.Hl state and county taxes are now
Two per cent discount will be allow
ed on November payments only. Please
be sure and bring a correct descrfp-
tion of your property. An old tax
receipt that is correct is preferred.
Yours very truly,
W. L. Colbert. Tax Collector.
You can get your pictures framed at
the Ocala News Company and get them
Mrs. M. K. Bingham went to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville today to spend a few days
with her daughter-in-law. Mrs, Locke
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms
suitable for light housekeeping. Apply
to 116 South Pond street. 10-12-12td
"The Girl in the Taxi." the laughing
success of the present era, will appear
at the Temple Theater Saturday night,
Nov. 4 th. This is the play which
created such a sensation in Paris and
upon its production in this country
scored the greatest success and achiev achieved
ed achieved the longest run of any play of sim similar
ilar similar nature in New York, Chicago and
Boston. Mirth and merriment holl
the reins and drive with reckless p?ce
over hills and dales of side-splitting
complications from curtain to curtain
"The Girl in the Taxi" may truthfully
be said to defy every speed law, and
to drive along at high speed with no
regard for stop-watches or brakes. A
cast of unusual excellence presents the
play, and no expense has been soared
In the costly production. Singing,
dancing and musical specialties, inter interpolated
polated interpolated throughout the piece make of
it a most delightful and diverting en entertainment.
tertainment. entertainment. Not to have seen "The
Girl In the Taxi" is to have missed a
Fifteen to utbine Wa the Seore In
Saturday Game of Football
There was another fine game of foot football
ball football at the fair grounds Saturday aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, and as in the game of a week
before, let no one think Ocala had a
walkover because her champions made
such a high score. They had to work
with heads and hands and every part
of their bodies against brave and act active
ive active opponents, who contested every
inch of ground and took advantage of
every error in a way that did them
the greatest credit and gave more
honor to Oeala's hard-won victory.
The Tampa team was not as heavy
as the Orlandos, hut its members were
more wiry and skillful and gave Ocala
a closer battle. The visitors were
such a bright and clever set of boys
that it was impossible for even a pa patriotic
triotic patriotic Ocalan not to feel a little bit
sorry that they did not win; or, rather
that there was not victory enough for
them to have at least a slice.
There was about the same sized
crowd that there was the Saturday be before,
fore, before, but it would have been larger
if the weather had not been so threat threatening.
ening. threatening. One couldn't help noticing
what large number of middle-aged cit citizens,
izens, citizens, some of them grandpas, were
present, taking if possible more inter interest
est interest in the game than the same propor proportion
tion proportion of the younger men. Among them
were Dr. W. A'. Newsom, Col. W. N.
Camp. R. B. Bullock. D. S. Woodrow.
D. W. Davis, J. C. Boozer, R. L Ander Anderson,
son, Anderson, J. Walter Hood, D. S. AVilliams.
R. A. Burford and some others. Among
the younger generation were Prof. J.
H. Workman, who watched every play
of his scholars with tense and ap approving
proving approving interest, Z. C. Chambliss. F.
W. Ditto, Will Jeffcoat, AYalter Tucker,
and many others. Some twenty autos,
each with two to four ladies, lined up
against the fence. The attendance was
between 250 and 300.
Mr. Clarence Camp was timekeeper
and called the game at 3:40. Hillsboro
chose the so-th goal and kicked off.
Capt. Da'il received the ball and
returned it about twelve yards. The
first quarter ended without a score.
Hillsboro made its only down in the
first quarter, Freeborn carrying the
ball for a gain of twelve yards around
right end. After the first quarter the
Ocalas showed their superiority, and
had little trouble in gaining their dis distance.
In the second quarter Fleckinstein
made one of the finest runs ever made
on the Ocala field. He carried the ball
for eishty yards for a touchdown, and
the first score for Ocala. Score, sec second
ond second quarter, Ocala. 5; Hillsboro. 0.
Ocala scored again near the end of
the third period. Ocala worked the
ball from her own twenty-yard line
to Ilillsboro's forty-yard line on long
end runs, when Davis and Zewadski
effected a splendid forward pass of
forty yards for a touchdown. Fleck Fleckinstein
instein Fleckinstein again missed goal. The score,
at end of third quarter, Ocala, 10;
The fourth quarter the Ocalas had
it all their own way. Hillsboro kick kicked
ed kicked to Ocala. Zewadski returned the
ball fifteen yards, but Ocala lost the
ball on the next play. Hillsboro tried
twice to gain, but failed, and kicked.
Ocala carried the ball twenty-five
yards on a forward pass by Newsom.
Then Burford carried the ball for
twenty-five yards. Davis carried the
ball to the five-yard line. Ocala off offside
side offside and lost five yards. Davis car carried
ried carried the ball in an Inch of the line and
on the next play Pat Anderson carried
the ball over for the third touchdown.
Davis and Zewadski made a beautiful
pass, Zewadski carrying the ball forty forty-five
five forty-five yards, but was called back, Hills Hillsboro
boro Hillsboro claiming that it was not complet completed,
ed, completed, as Bushnell touched the ball.
The Ocalas received a tremendous
ovation as they marched off the field,
and there was also hearty praise for
the visitors, who had struggled brave bravely
ly bravely and skillfully for the honor of their
Mr. Clifford Peabody took the visit
ors en masse to the -ir Dome after
supper, and they were afterward the
guests of the Ocala eleven at the Tern Tern-pie.
pie. Tern-pie. The Ocala High School is certainly
making good this season. Saturday's
game makes its third victory in suc succession.
cession. succession. The boys are full of enthus enthusiasm
iasm enthusiasm and work together like an elec electrical
trical electrical machine.
The Star Is Indebted to Frank Har Harris,
ris, Harris, Jr., for the technical description
of the game. "Frankie" will probably
be sporting editor of a big paper some
F IE MAP OlCyjjjgH
IT WOULD BE SAFE IN THE
VAIX RKtiilETS WILL RE POOR COXSOL ATIOX TO YOU IX
TH AT HOUR OF NEED. VOI R FRIEXDS WILL HE GLAD TO HELP
VI IF IT WERE XOT THAT THEY II AD Jl ST -HAD TO USE THAT
READY CASH THEY HOD."
THE ROAD TO IXDEPEXDEXCE IS SELF-DEPEXDEXCE. KEEP
YOLHSLF IX A POSITIOX TO HELP YOURSELF. PUT YOUR MOV MOV-EY
EY MOV-EY IX THE 1IAXK.
RAXK YOUR UAXK.
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, style or color of
Plume at Attractive Prices. Call and examine the
ones now on display.
MISS MARY AFFLECK
Commercial Bank Block - Ocala, Florida
CRIMIX L RECAPTURED
Dave Turner, alias "Bed." who killed
a woman by the name of Alberta Nix Nixon
on Nixon at Burbank last May and made his
escape at the time, was taken up at
Newberry recently on a minor charge.
The officer at Newberry phoned Dep Deputy
uty Deputy Sheriff Brigance a description of
the man, from which Mr. ltrigance
thought he recognized the man and
ordered him held until he could go to
Newberry. The man would have noth nothing
ing nothing to say to the officer at Newberry,
but as soon as Mr. Brigance took him
away from there,
crime. Mr. Brigance
yesterday and he is
ing his trial.
COAST LIXE XIGHT SERVICE
WILL SOOX COMMENCE
Beginning Nov. 1, the Coast Line
I night trains will commence to run be
tween Jacksonville and St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, the first train going down to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow night, and the first up the
next night. The schedule will be the
same as last year, the trains meeting
in Ocala at 2:21 a. m.
he confessed the
brought him down
now in jail avvait-
TRAIXER SPRAGI E HERE
Mr. J. E. Ivlock. of Plymouth, N H.,
who came here two years ago and in invested
vested invested in land, is again in the city to
spend several weeks.
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
card to an
get anything from a post
18x22 photograph at Mills'
Messrs. L.. M. Murray, J. W. Kea and
C. H. Jones. all hustling traveling
tnen. went out on the early trains this
When you are happy drink FLEZOL
When you are dry drink PLEZOL
When you look for prosperity drink
The choral society will hold a meet meeting
ing meeting this evening at the Woman's Clu1
rooms. The attendance of all who wish
to participate Is urged.
Don't trifle with a cold is good ad advice
vice advice for prudent mfn and women. It
may be vital in case of a child. There
is nothing better than Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy for coughs and colds In
children. It is safe and sure. For sale
by all druggists.
Ladies' solid gold watches, Elgin
and Waltham movement. cases set
with diamond chips, worth $10. The
nicest present for the holiday time.
While the supply lasts we will sell
them for $14..0. The Ocala Pawn &
Loan Co., west side square.
PILES CURED IX 6 TO 14 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.
If what you eat won't make you
smile, try a box of Digestit and then
you can't help It. At the Court Pharmacy.
Mrs. D. E. Melver and little daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Frances, who have been visiting
relatives in South Carolina since their
New York trip, arrived home today.
Pictures framed at the Ocala News
Company while you wait, and you
don't have to wait a week or a month,
The members of the ladies' mission missionary
ary missionary societies of all the ehurehes, to together
gether together with all ladies interested in
mission work, are invited to meet at
the Presbyterian church on Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 1st, at 3 o'clock.
This meeting is in connection with the
'Golden Jubilee" movement.
Mrs. W. H. Dodge.
srinnnw house tfou rent
A 10-room house with all city im improvements
provements improvements and elegant surroundings.
1U miles from court house. Just the
place for a winter vistor. Inquire at
A good remedy for a Toad cougn- is
BALLARD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP. It
heals the lungs and quiets Irritation.
Price 23c. 50c and
by all druggists.
?1 per bottle. Sold
SOFT WATER TANKS
Have you seen the tanks the Ocala
Plumbing & Electric Company is mak making
ing making to hold rain water from the roof
of your dwelling? If not, see thm.
Serve PLEZOL to your family.
Serve PLEZOL to your friends.
When you are down town drink
The Air Dome had a big crowd Sat Saturday
urday Saturday night. It had five fine reels,
some of which were among the best
ever een here, ana will have another
fine program tonight.
LAST COXCERT OF THE SEVSOX
The band will give its last concert
of the season next Friday night. It
is hardly necessary to say, the people
will greatly miss those delightful oc occasions,
casions, occasions, which have been highly ap
preciated every way except financially.
The well known trainer, C. H.
Sprague from Jacksonville, is here and
will remain till after the Marion Coun
ty Fair. He already has four local
horses in training at the fair grounds
and will have several more in a few
TEMPLE PICTURE SHOW
The people who have missed
pictures at the Temple the last
evenings will be consoled by
superb programs it will have tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow and every other evening until
Mrs. R. T. Adams and little daugh
ter returned Saturday from their
northern visit. They are looking and
Mrs. J. S. Mann of York is having
extensive improvements made on her
home. Mr. J. S. Leach of Ocala is do doing
ing doing the work.
MARSHAL CARTER SUSPENDED
Mayor Robertson suspended City
Marshal Carter this morning. The ac action
tion action of the mayor was on account of
the marshal refusing to kill a dog that
had bitten a child, as a specific case,
logs in general running at large.
J. W. HM)I)'f5 TFXKPHONES
SIGMA XIGHT CLASS
IN GRAMMAR AND ARITHMETIC
Three nights a week Monday, Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday and Thursday for boys and girls
who cannot attend day school. Hours
from 7 to 9 p. m. $r for four weeks.
Taught by George C. Looney. School
room at 62 Fort King avenue, Ocala,
Florida. Direct, personal assistance to
A real estate man told a Star re reporter
porter reporter today that he had six applica applications
tions applications for houses in one day last week,
and was unable to supply one of them.
This shows the need of pushing along
that building association movement.
AUTO FOR SALE
A Maxwell runabout in good run running
ning running condition and a bargain for cash.
If interested address A. B. care Star,
Mr. and Mrs. It. W. Weaver, the
Misses Patterson and Wright and Mr.
M. W. Whilden, from Plant City and
Lakeland, who have been stopping at
'the Ocala House, hav returned home.
A citizen who started out with a
gun and a bucket of carmine to paint
the town red, was brought up short
by the police Saturday night, and fined
?3 and costs in recorder's court this
morning. There were six other cases
and the total receipts were some over
F. Rogers and son John were
bright and early this morn-
. John Rogers bringing in his
who left on the C:15 train for
A citizen of the third ward desires
the attention of the town cowpuncher
called to the herds of vagrant cattle
that are harrowing the yards and gar gardens
dens gardens of that section.
Mrs. Clarence Bailey, after a
ant visit to her mother an
sisters pleas-sisters Green
who have pictures are taking
to the Ocala News Co., to have
Mrs. Mazie Lyles and little daughter,
Dorothy, who have been absent from
Ocala since May, will return home this
afternoon from Atlanta.
Chronic rheumatism contracts the
muscles, distorts the joints and un undermines
dermines undermines the strength. A powerful,
penetrating and relieving remedy will
be found in BALLARD'S SNOW LINI LINIMENT.
MENT. LINIMENT. It restores strength and sup suppleness
pleness suppleness to the aching limbs. Price 23c.
"0e and ?1 ppr bottle. Sold by all
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 $45 each.
We will pell them while the supply
lasts at $20 eoh. Ocala Pawn and
Loan Co., west side square.
Rev. Will Little returned today from
Dunnellon. where he held services
Sunday. Mr. Little has had many
most interesting experiences among
the Seminoles, and has a graphic pow power
er power in describing them.
Dr. McClane, who came here a few
days ago from Arizona, has leased part
of Mr. Dekle's house on Fort King
avenue, where be will reside and have
Mr. John R. Dewey, beginning Nov.
1, will keep his popular restaurant
open night and day. He will put on
additional help and be ready to serve
meals every hour in the twenty-four.
Miss Sallie Spurlin. after a pleasant
visit to Miss Rebecca Smith, returned
to her home at Lake Weir today. Miss
Sallie expects to visit Leesburg with
her father tomorrow, and will go up
to Gainesville to see a football game
Mrs. E. G. Peek and brother, B. Har Harrison
rison Harrison Hobbs of Hinton. W. Ya., are
visiting Tampa, St. Petersburg and
other points of interest in that vicinity.
Messrs. Jno. T. Lewis and F. J. Tit Tit-eomb
eomb Tit-eomb have returned from their tour
of the convict camps of the state- Mr.
Lewis arrived from Dunnellon at noon
and went on down home this afternoon.
Miss Velmi Lawter of Orlando, a
pretty youns lady, is making a visit
to Ocala as the uuest of Miss Louise
Booie. at th? home of Miss Boole's
mother, Mrs. B. H. Seymour.
Don't meet your friend with
Use Digestit. and meet him
smile. The Court Pharmacy.
WANTED Men to learn the barber
trade. We want plain "people for a
Tilain business. For a bread Winner
you can't beat it. We teach
own method that saves years
prentk-eship. Apply by mail.
Barber College, Atlanta, Ga.
Mr. W. K. Zewadski, Jr., came up
Saturday from Tampa, where he Is
making a fine record as a practicing
attorney, and remained In Ocala until
this morning, the guest of his
ents. He saw the football game
Mattie Pyles at
o'clock this morning for appendicitis.
Miss Pyles has been suffering greatly
since she was taken ill last luesaay.
She had a bad case and in' another
week, the physicians say, her condition
would have been most critical. She
stood the operation beautifully and is
loing nicely. Miss Pyles was carried
to the hospital last evening from her
mother's residence. Her great num number
ber number of friends will be pleased to know
that she is. doing so well.
Mr. Felix Schneider, wife and baby
of Wade and Miss Elsa Schneider of
the Dunnellon school, spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Schneider at
the Golden Acre grove.
A full assortment of the best picture
frame material at the Ocala News Co.,
and Tex Martin knows Just how to
Mr. Tom I Dekle returned yester yesterday
day yesterday from a ten days visit to his father,
Mr. T. H Dekle at Sale City, Ga.
There was a big Baptist association In
session there and Tom ate so much
"yaller legged chicken" that he gain gained
ed gained about ten pounds.
Dr. Walter Hood in his excellent
Hudson car accompanied the Glidden
tourists until he had to turn aside to
return to Ocala, last week. They set a
rattling pace, but they couldn't lose
Mr. R. S, Hall returned Saturday,
after an absence of nearly a month on
the Glidlen tour. Mr. Hall went down
to Tampa today.
j Mrs. John Bailey was expecting her
S sister, Mrs. Abram Martin, to return
;from Virginia today.
FOUND A good bicycle. Anyone
proving same and paying for this ad.
may have the wheel. Address, M. L
Heatly. Silver Springs, Fla. Lox
No. 4 8
Lame back is one of the most com com-jmon
jmon com-jmon forms of muscular rheumatism. A
Box ifew applications of Chamberlain's Lin
iment will give relief. For sale by all
After exposure, and when you feel
a cold coming on, ts.ke 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.
Homer Fatio and Horace Moore
were pulling off a scrap near the Dixie
theater today, when along came Dep Deputy
uty Deputy Brigance and pulled them in. Five
and costs or sixty days each.
OCALA EVEXISG STAR, MONDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1911
We have in out large stcre, almost every
thing you could wish for to famish 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
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Illustrations hj Rtj Walters
the finish of that flirtation and that j mg, island by evening, conditions fa fa-he'd
he'd fa-he'd thank her to leave the next op-; vring. Name. John. Handyside. He
erator alone. She said: 'Oh-h!' as I 3 in my confidence . At least
if he'd hit her with a -whip. Then he that was the substance of it. .
pot up and announced that he 'was j "You can bet I shut off and skinned
soing to the farmhouse to get some j out of there In a jiffy; I'd been in a
breakfast. It -was then just getting aj ijj sweat all, the while. The racket
little light. He said she needn't hur- j my sending raised had sounded as
ry, that he would probably be at the L
beach by the time she came to break-1
fast wanted to find out which boat i
Power had taken. Then he went away,
woman shut the door
"This time I let Black take his road
alone; I'd other fisi to fry. I could
hear his wife moving about in the
other part of the building and judged
she was dressing; but she took an in interminable
terminable interminable time to it. . In the
course of the next century or two.
however, she came out, dressed, and
took the path to the farmhouse. I
let her timed mvself as close as
with that weird expression the deaf j j CQuld dodged lnto wireless
(Copyright, iiio, by Locis Joseph Yaace.)
'tiiacfe listened to his footsteps,
and blind have, for some seconds aft-1
room. It was taking a chance; I knew
er I had lost the sound of them; then that lf Qlack returned my ufe wouldn't
he shook himself and said to the worn-; be WQrth ft picavUDe; but r had to
an In a pretty steady voice, consider-! kTin Vnnrhi' mPssP .
ing how hot he had just been: 'Get;
I started the motor and called
back to bed, Kate. I'll stay up the New york whn they answered i
Aren't you fired of borrowing the other fellow's guo?
If you ars not, let us whisper something to 3011: "He is."
Own your own things, then you won't spoil all the fun of
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gave Black's signal and demanded a
repetition of the message. That was
taking another chance: the operator
at the other end might recognize the
difference in our styles of Bending
and refuse me. But he may have been
sleepy; at all events he obliged with without
out without comment. Voorhls had wirelessed:
'Power gave notice he was leaving
yesterday evening. New man on way,
should reach New Bedford this morn-
Were Having It Hot and Heavy.
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Horses and Mules
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.
icu y.u want
ynii 'l shi; in
a choice equal to
d in person- -phone
rest of the night. That matter's set
tled; you needn't worry any more.'
I thought his voice sounded not un unkind,
kind, unkind, but it was plain his temper
ruled the man.
"His wife hesitated, but seemed
afraid to cross him. She said some
thing I didn't catch, and went back,
closing the door.
"I was of two minds, whether to
follow Power (lf I could) or wait and
see what next, and while I was debat debating
ing debating it, Black returned, pulling on his
coat. He'd managed to get into his
clothing in a surprisingly short time.
He went straight to the door, jerked
it open, and slammed out, taking the
same path as Power. I followed.
judging my distance at discretion. j
"The path led us directly to the j
farmhouse. Unfortunately I was a bit
overcautious, and so permitted Black
to get too far ahead. By the time I
caught up, something had happened I
didn't quite see through, at first. I
heard the gate click behind Black,
then his footsteps as he pounded
across the stoop, and an instant later
voices followed by a sound of shuf
fling, scuffling feet. But when I found
him again he was alone sitting alone
in the kitchen, the only lighted room
In the house. He had drawn a chair
up to the table and sat square to it,
his feet solidly on the floor, his hands
spread out flat. I could see him quite
plainly through the open door. He
just sat there, staring at the blank
wall opposite (of course, he couldn't
see anything, for that matter) and
never moved a muscle through what
seemed to me an eternity.
"I daresay this lasted over ten min minutes:
utes: minutes: it seemed hours. Then sudden suddenly
ly suddenly it came what we'd both been wait waiting
ing waiting for like a thunderclap for unex unexpectedness,
pectedness, unexpectedness, only more awful. I
fancied I heard, first, a thin, far
shout; at any rate. Black threw back
his head, as if he had heard some some-thfng.
thfng. some-thfng. The next instant the air
seemed to shudder with the most ter terrible,
rible, terrible, indescribably harrowing scream
of mortal agony .
"Then silence again nothing more.
Beyond that preliminary start. Black
hadn't moved. He sat on, just as he
was, though he understood as well as
I, and better, what had happened off
there in the darkness: that Power,
suspecting Black's intentions, had
made a break to get away by boat,
but had been overhauled by some
body instructed by Black overhauled
and murdered. . And he could
sit there, unstlrring, with that on his
conscience . .!
"After a while I heard something
moving in the barnyard and dodged
back into hiding into the shadows.
Then a man passed between me and
the light, like a ghost, trotting along
noiselessly. He jogged up to the house
and Into the kitchen: as he entered.
Black swung round 6harply. This new
arrival was a Chinaman a low-caste
coolie, I judged. I couldn't hear what
they said they spoke In undertones
but I managed to catch a word or
two. among them 'boat:' which fitted
In with my suspicions. At once Black
got up heavily, as if very tired
and went through the house and out
by the front door; I tagged along, of
course. He went directly back to
the wireless station, sat down at the
operating table, and gave another
marvelous exhibition of what a blind
man cpo pccomplish, with instinct re reinforcing
inforcing reinforcing tv! sense of touch.
"He threw in the motor cut-off
witch, to begin with, and the motor
started on the spark, just as some
automobile engines will. Then he
monkeyed with the detecter for a,
while, listening. Nothing doing, ap apparently
parently apparently though he may have been
getting the range for New York. The
next thing, he disconnected the re receiving
ceiving receiving apparatus, threw the current
in through the starting box and pri primary
mary primary switch, and began calling the
New York office of the Standard Wire Wireless,
less, Wireless, stopping now and then to listen
for their response. Presently that
came through, and he told 'em to stand
ready to take an important message
for Voorhls, the second vice-president:
they were to get him on the telephone
at once wake him up and insist on
an Instant answer. . You'll
have gathered that I number In the
list of my many and varied accom accomplishments
plishments accomplishments the ability to read Morse
by ear; once upon si time I was a
regular telegraph operate-:',
"The message was: 'Power has left
without warning, taking boat to row
to Vineyard. Absence just discovered.
Send trustworthy substitute Immedi
ately. When ma I expect him? All j
quiet here; island fog-bound. j
"The reply came through within ;
twenty minutes which was pretty j
quick work. Of course I couldn't j
if T nr,lv Irr.u- it was heir i j3iver and banish biliousness positively
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loud as the Trump of Doom; I couldn't
to save my neck understand how
Black failed to hear It. even if he
were at the other end of the island,
and come back and exterminate me. j
So I beat it on the dead jump.
"The farm-house was in my way,
however, and I pulled up there to ;
reconnoitre. There was a sound of
voices out front, and I went in the
back way the premises being empty
and snooped to the front windows
ad eavesdropped. To that instant I'd
had never a thought that you might
be mixed up in the mess; but I recog recognized
nized recognized your voice, and overheard just
enough to open my eyes to the com complexity
plexity complexity of the situation.
"I didn't linger long enough to hear
much; my position being somewhat
delicate from more than one point of
view. So I sneaked out by the rear
again, and laid for you on the path to
the beach. Then that shower came
up and I lost touch with the path. By
the time I'd re-found it and traced my
way back to tho farm-house, you were
gone. I set sail in pursuit, but by the
time I sighted the deserted village,
you were invisible, and Blackstock
(by this time I knew his right namejt
was superintending the planting of
Power. Seeing nothing of you I con concluded
cluded concluded and hoped you'd sloped for
the boat, and dodged round after you.
Those shots stopped me right by the
boat on the beach; I saw you coming
"I've talked myself hoarse for
once In my life. Never dreamed I'd
have such a taste of Heaven . .!"
Coast was about to speak when Ap Ap-pleyard
pleyard Ap-pleyard stopped him with a lifted
hand. "Look," he said, with a id-e
gesture, "and if you're superstitious at
all that is to say, human hug corn corn-fort
fort corn-fort to your heart. For my part I'm
going to take this for an omen. You
may please yourself."
Overborne by the freshing easterly
wind, which blew down the Sound as
through a funnel, the fog was rolling
back like a scroll. The little man
laughed gently. "Haven't we won out
to light and freedom, while bacK
there" he indicated the looming
headland astern that shut off No
Man's Land from their vision "still
they walk in darkness, bound upon
the wheel of their own naughtiness?"
"Wel-1," conceded Coast a little du du-biously.
biously. du-biously. "But on the other hand .
. here's this wind brewing. Doesn't
it smell like an easter to you?"
Appleyard sniffed contemptuously
"It do, it sure do," he admiUed.
"We'll have a bit of a blow by night nightfall,
fall, nightfall, certainly."
"And that means trouble, doesn't
"Because I, for one, am going back
to No Man's Land tonight. And the
more wind, the tougher the job of
working back . ."
Appleyard grlrrmced his disgust.
"Who's afraid?" he demanded, trucu truculent.
lent. truculent. "A pessimist." he misquoted
with a large If inconclusive air of i
philosophical contemplation, "is a fel fellow
low fellow who has to live with optimists.
Not only that, but you make me
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TRAINS 37 and 38
rno. the door opened again, and bis
wife spoke to him. She said, almost
timidly: 'Douglas ... is anything
the matter?' He said in a rough, sur surly
ly surly tone: 'Everything's the matter.
That ass. Power, has stolen one of the
boats and left the Island. I've Just
asked Voorhls to send seme one in
his place. He says there's a man on
the wa: it seems Power sent in his
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S. A. DaTia, 627 Wahisfftcn St., Coanervil!e,
Ind., is in his &i'b year. He writer us : I LaTe
lately suffered much from rr.y kicioes and blad bladder
der bladder I Lad severe back 3cl.es and my k idney action
was too Ir&iuent, can.-ir.g me to ios much sleep
fit night, sad in my hla ider there was contact
1 took r oley Kidney t ins for si-roe time,
i x i , tv csa.
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as I caii remember them. He added hMt fecoometdaiiuu."
aomethln offensive abour that beinri FOU sale n roi'RT PHARSUCT
Notice is. hereby iven that at a
sr.ee t in f of the buard county com commissioner
missioner commissioner for Marion county, Florida,
to hold in November. :tll, bi-ls f-,r
four prison vans will be oj.n,:-!.
Cinr- van for 18 prisoners.
'tie vain for 1 prisoners.
T-vo vans for 10 prisoners each.
S. T. Sis trunk.
Clerk Circuit Court.
Effective. Oct. 31st,
N'jtice is hereby given that on No November
vember November frth. 1111. at noon, the board
of county commissioners will receive
sealed bids for li-asiny the county
prisoners f--r the year J J 1 2
The board r-.-ervt-s the richt to re reject
ject reject anv and all bids. S. T. ';strunk.
Clerk Circuit Court.
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