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sensational Sn so much as he had abso
lutely no interference. On the first
i play after lining up
away around left end
forty yards to Ocala'
Two line rushes and
ALLOW TECH TO SCORE
Atlanta. Ga.. Nov. 10. Sewannee
won from Georgia Tech here vester-
forward (jay afternoon by the score of 7 to 0.
passes failed and the ball went over. COstl- fumhle hv the local team in
cala couldn't gain an inch and Davis the tnird period was responsible for
.dropped back for a kick. Uushnell Tech's defeat.
j listened to th pleadings of a bevy of
Lot the Game In Tampa to IIUlMhoro
HlKh irhmt l 13 to O
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OCALA - FLORIDA
(Tampa Tribune, 10th)
The Hillsborough High School elev eleven
en eleven proved an insurmountable barrier to
the crack Ocala eleven yesterday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon and the victors of the Ocala Ocala-Duval
Duval Ocala-Duval game were on the short end of
a 13 to 0 score.
The Terrier excelled In every de department
partment department of the frame and, the visitors
never had a real chance to score. By
superior playing did they march, their
way to within fifteen yards of the
Ocala goal when a forward pass, Low Low-ry
ry Low-ry to Ramsdell, counted the first tally
of the day. The second score came
after two runs by Conoley and Spark Spark-man
man Spark-man totaling eighty yards put the ball
on Ocala's ten-yard lin. Three rush-
e failed a did a forward pass and the
ball went over. Ocala could not gain
and was forced to kick. Bushncll broke
through and blocked the kick and
Robles fell on the ball after it
rolled across the line.
Terrier Out Play Ooala
In open field running, tackling,
lowing the ball, kicking, running
handlirg of the ball the Terriers held
the palm all the way. The local lads'
taeklinK wb clean apd hard, as was
the way they handled the ball, they
making only one fumble and recovered
that themselves. Hatton outklcked
Davis, His kicks were high and car carried
ried carried a good distance.
The game was marked by much
squabbling, all of which could have
been done away with if the members
of the teams would look up and read
a rule book. The visitors were the
principal offenders in thU line and at
one time they contested a touchdown
and delayed the game for at least five
Tammany' Sparkman, the Terriers'
right half, won his way to the hearts
of the local girl followers by his sen sensational
sational sensational work. From the beginning to
the end this youngster was the main mainspring
spring mainspring of the locals' offense. It was
runs by him that put the ball In posi position
tion position for both of the Hillsborough
In running a broken field he was un un-equaled
equaled un-equaled on the field. His stiff arm was
perfect and had lie been a little more
speedy his last run would have been
for fifty yards and a touchdown instead
of forty. Fleckenstein came up and
got him from behind. Conoley played
a corking good tackle until put In at
full when Captain Asp was forced to
retire and then he starred some all by
himself in that position. He grabbed
one of Davis klckoffs and raced thru
an ofien field forty yards, stiff arming
and dodging man after man before Da Davis
vis Davis got him from behind.
Zimmerman played his usual game
and responded nobly when called on
for a few yards. The tackling of
Uushnell, Ramsdell, Henderson and
Asp was all that could be desired and
Coach Hopkins has naught but to feel
exceedingly proud of the work of his
Hillsborough's charming rooters and
blocked the attempt and as the ball
roueu-over liomes. wno uy me way. vect Point. X. Y.. Nov. 10. Carlisle
played a splendid game at center, fell ( defeated the armv here vesterdav at
on it for the touchdown. Hatton miss- j football by a score of 27 to 6. The In In-ed
ed In-ed the goal "a mile." dians outplayed the cadets at everv
The rest of the quarter the play was;tat,e of the game anJ only once early
always in Ocala's territory and never
was the Hillsborough line in danger.
The fourth quarter began without any
intermission ,as it was getting dark.
For the first five minutes of the last
quarter it looked as though the visit visitors
ors visitors meant business and they would
have cut more figure than they did
but for the fumbling of three of Hat Hat-ton's
ton's Hat-ton's twisters each of which a Terrier
grabbed before they had a chance to
spot the oval. On the last one Robles
got the ball on Ocala's twenty-yard
line where Hatton tried for a place placement.
ment. placement. It was a beautiful kick, but a
little- wide. After exchanging kicks
for a little while, Hatton again tried
for a placement, third time from the
thirty-yard line, but the ball was low
and wide. The game ended with the
ball on Ocala's twenty-five-yard line
and Hillsborough'si most dangerous
opponent out of the way and her goal
line still uncrossed by any team in
Ocala: Meffert, fb; Clarkson, re;
Green, rt; Camp, rg; Tarver, c; Dewey,
Tribble, lg: .Sheahan, It: Mcintosh, le:
Davis, captain), qb; Fleckenstein.
Dewey, rhb; Zewadski, lhb.
Tampa: Asp, Conoley, fb: Ramsdell,
re: Conoley. Turner, Asp, rt; Farrior.
rg; Robles, c: Hatton, lg; Uushnell,' It:
Henderson, le; Lowry, qb; Sparkman,
rhb; Zimmerman, lhb.
Summary: Touchdowns, Ramsdell and
Robles: goal "from touchdowns, Hat Hatton.
ton. Hatton. official referee, Mr. Savarese,
Georgia.- Umpire. Mr. Muench, Nav.
Head linesman, Mr. McCracken, North
Carolina. Time of quarters, fifteen
in the first period, did the army get
within striking distance of the visit visitors'
ors' visitors' goal line.
Little Donbt that kr ttlll Ereataally
be Acquitted for Kllllas
WON DKHFl'l. WORK
OP THE WIRELESS
Washington City Can Eattlly Talk with
the iMtbnuiM of Panama
Washington. Nov. 10. Direct wire wireless
less wireless communication between Colon and
the New Arlington wireless station, a
distance of 1,780 miles, was establish established
ed established yesterday. The Arlington station
still is working at only a little more
than half power. At full sending
strength it will be able to send and
receive messages fully 3.000 miles.
COMMODORES HARD TO COll'ER
Cambridge, Nov. 10. Harvard sent
the Vanderbilt football team back to
the southland yesterday with a 9 to 3
defeat, but the Commodores left behind
them a reputation for speed and ver versatility
satility versatility in attack and stubbornness in
defense that will be remembered.
DEFEATED I DELAXD
Hey Made n Long Trip
I, oe a Game
Al STRIl IS THE ENEMV
DeLaml. Nov. 10. Stetson Univer University
sity University yesterday afternoon defeated Riv Riverside
erside Riverside College of Gainesville. Ga., by a
score of 26 to 3. the game being much
harder contested than the score de denotes.
notes. denotes. The Riverside team held Stet Stetson
son Stetson well and several times was close
I to Stetson's goal, losing the ball once
on tiie five-yard line by a fumble.
ll ChrlNtrndoiii and Civlllnatlon In
Her Stand Toward the
London. Nov. 11, Another milestone
in the victorious sweep of the Balkan
allies in the Turkish-Bulgarian war
was the entry of the Greek army into
Saloniki,-which means as much to the
IMVERSITV SCHIIIS WON ACiAIX
charges. The fact that In every de-! like all Turkish claims to victory
Greeks as the ancient capital Uskup
to the Servians. Twenty-five thousand
Turks gave up their army and were
paroled until the end of the war. All
foreigners apparently are safe.
The Bulgarians and Servians have
taken another important seaport, Ka Ka-vala.
vala. Ka-vala. to the east of Saloniki. and
Gumurjina. an Important town on the
railroad to Constantinople. further
strengthening their footholds in the
cordons separating the main Turkish
armies fn th 5iwt frnm tha ski 1 1 cra,1 plosives at
garrisons in the west.
The complicated plan of campaign in
Thrace is being carried out without
noteworthy reverses. The Turks claim
to have defeated the Bulgarians in a
two days' fight northwest of Adrian-
ople, but this is received skeptically
Heat Duval High Saturday by a Score
of lO to
Gainesville, Nov. 10. The Duval
High School eleven of Jacksonville
yesterday afternoon lost a hard fought
game of football to the University
"scrubs." the score at the end of the
fourth quarter beintv 10 to 6 in favor
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partment of the game did they excell
their opponents speaks well for his
Terriers Follow the Rail
Besides not fumbling themselves the
local swineskin artists showed great
aptitude in recovering the elusive oval
j on most of Ocala's misplays. Robles
secureu iwu iiiiiisfii, uiie ui mem
counting for a touchdown.
Fleckenstein and Zewadski were the
stars for Ocala. They got away from
several good runs and their tackling
was all that could be desired. Davis
at quarter ran his team well and was a
ower of strength on the defense as
well as being reliable when a yard or
so was needed real badly.
How It Wa Done
Captain Asp booted the ball forty
yards and Meffert ran It back fifteen
yards before he was downed. Three
attempts at the line failed and Davis
kicked. Sparkman and Zimmerman got
twelve" yards through the line and then
Sparkman got away around left end
for 20 yards. Zimmerman got ten
around the other end. Ocala was
penalized five yards for offside and
braced. Asp got five, but the next
three attempts failed and Hatton boot
ed out of bounds- at Ocala's twenty-
Fleckenstein took five and after a
fumble took eight more. Davis got
away for fifteen and Zewadski ten.
The Terriers took a brace and forced
the Ocalans to kick. Zimmerman and
Asp got sixteen but Lowry lost eight.
Hatton sent a sky-scraper which Mef
fert muffed awd Farrior recovered the
ball for Hillsborough. Ocala lost five
for offside and on a fake Sparkman
ploughed through the entire Ocala
eleven for 33 yards and put the ball
on Ocala's fifteen-yard line. On the
third down Lowry faked an end run
and sent the ball hurling over the goal
line to the waiting Ramsdell who
dropped with the ball while two hun
dred Hillsborough rooters went wild.
Hatton's punt out could not have been
improved on nor could his placement,
which made the score 7 to 0.
The second quarter ended soon after
with the ball In the middle of the field.
When the second naif opened the vis
itors apparently started down the
field. Dewey came around from his
guard position and got eleven. Fleck
enstein and Meffert added ten more
but the 'ball went over on downs when
Davis fumbled with only one yard to
Captain Asp was tackled on the next
play and his weak ankle jolted up.
which necessitated his leaving the
game. Conoley went in at fullback
and Tucker took Conoley's place at
table. Zimmerman took fifteen yards
but the next four tries failed and the
ball went over. From then on to the
end of the period the ball see-sawed
with each side kicking on the third or
Conoley tittn III
The third quarter opened with Asp
in at tackle and a little quick work
soon put the ball over for another
Terrier score. On the kick-off Con Conoley
oley Conoley grabbed the ball and with a mas masterful
terful masterful use of the stiff arm and some
clever dodging ran the ball back forty
yards. He evaded at least six would would-be
be would-be tacklers and his run was the more
Adrianople holds out. but the import important
ant important work which Bulgaria has In hand
is forcing back the Turk to his cap capital,
ital, capital, Constantinople and this continues
Nazim Pasha's position" appears to
be hopeless. The Bulgarians are re reported
ported reported to be already in the forests
south of Lake Derkos, which brings
that wing to the rear of the Turkish
Vienna remains the storm center of
diplomacy and the question whether
Servia will gain the Adriatic port of.
Durazzo, on which she is marching and
which is the goal of her ambition is
the rock on which the concert of Eu Europe
rope Europe is most likely to be broken.
State of Ohio,
City of Toledo, ss.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he
is senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Cheney & Co., doing business in the
city of Toledo, county and state afore-
said, and that said firm will pay the
sum of One Hundred Dollars for each
and every case of catarrh that cannot
be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh
Cure. Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence, this 6th day of De December,
cember, December, A. D. 188G. A. TV". Gleason,
(Seal) Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intern internally
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Send for testimonials free.
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Indianapolis, Ind.. Nov. 10. Graphic
stories of how he caused explosions,
carried dynamite in suit cases and on
passenger trains and checked the ex-
railway stations without
thinking of danger to others, how he
waited to place bombs so night watch watchmen
men watchmen would not see him and how from
every city where he blew up a "job"
he sunt a souvenir spoon to his wife
in Chicago, were related by Ortie K.
McManigal, confessed dynamiter, tes testifying
tifying testifying yesterday in the trial of the
forty-Ifive accused "dynamite plotters."
A Mitchell, a general merchant near
Bagdad, Ky., writes us: "I think Fo Foley
ley Foley Kidney Pills one f the greatest
kidney medicines there Is. My daugh daughter
ter daughter was in terrible shape with kidney
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TAXES ARE XOW DUE
WIS WILL MAIL YOU 91
for each set of old False Teeth sent us.
Highest prices paid for old Gold. Sil Silver,
ver, Silver, old Watches, Hroken Jewelry and
Precious Stones. Money sent by return
Phlla. Smelting & ReFlnlng Company
ESTABLISHED 20 YEARS
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The tax books are now open for the
payment of 1912 state and county
taxes. The taxes are $.40 higher this
year on each $100 assessed valuation,
than last year. Always bring or send
a correct description of your property.
The laws also allows a discount of
2 per cent for all payments made In
November and 1 per cent discount in
December Yours very truly,
W. L. Colbert,
Brooksville, Nov. 10. G. W. Living Livingston,
ston, Livingston, of Newberry, who on Monday
shot and killed Joe and Dave Long.
formerly of the same place, at Long's
ville, and who on Tuesday gave him himself
self himself up to Sheriff Law. yesterday waiv waived
ed waived a preliminary hearing before Judge
G. V. Ramsey', and was released on
bond of. $2,000. furnished by friends
who came here from Newberry.
That the people of Alachua county
hold Mr. Livingston in high esteem
was demonstrated by the fac that a
delegation of almost a score of promi prominent
nent prominent citizens from all over the county,
bearing certified .bonds from $1,000 to
$5,000, came in last night and today
ready to extend any a d within their
Livingston's friends, who knew him
as a brave, kind and fearless deputy
sheriff for fifteen years, after hearing
his version of the regrettable affair,
are confident that he acted under only
the greatest danger of losing his own
life, and that when he comes to trial
here, in two weeks, he will be ac acquitted.
quitted. acquitted. Brothers of the dead men and J. L.
Livingston, of Arcadia, and A Living Livingston,
ston, Livingston, of Georgia, brothers of the de defendant,
fendant, defendant, met here today and mutually
deplored the sad affair. which all
agreed should not go any further.
CERTAIN OF TIIE SENATE
Fortification of Privilege
Fallen Info the Hand of
Washington. Nov. 1". The positive
announcement of the success of Harry
Lane, the democratic candidate for the
Senate in Oregon, assures democratic
control of the upper house of Congress
and places both brancbes of the na
tional legislature and the presidency
in their hands for the first time In
eighteen years. The addition of Ore Oregon
gon Oregon to the democratic list gives that
party forty-nine senators, or a major majority
ity majority of two.
In addition to the election of suc successors
cessors successors to democratic senators now
sitting, democrats will displace repub republican
lican republican senators from Oregon, New Jer Jersey,
sey, Jersey, Kansas, Colorado, Montana, Dela Delaware
ware Delaware and Nevada, and will fill the va vacancy
cancy vacancy in Colorado with a man of their
The contests in Illinois, where two
senators are to be chosen, and in Ten Tennessee
nessee Tennessee and Michigan remain to be de decided.
cided. decided. The democrats make positive
claims concerning some of the states,
but whatever the result in any or all
of them, democratic control of the
Senate is assured and the democrats
will be able to shape legislation If
harmony prevails among them.
.1 CK REMAINS IN JAIL.
l'iigllit Claimed Siekne, hut Doctor
Said he Wax Only Afflicted With
Chicago. Nov. 11. Attorneys for
Jack Johnson, the negro pugilist, held
in the county jail in default of a $30. $30.-000
000 $30.-000 bond on a charge of violating the
Mann white slave law, will go to the
United States supreme court In an ef effort
fort effort to obtain the release of the ne negro.
gro. negro. Meantime Johnson probably will
remain in his cell. Late yesterday he
was placed in a cage with another
negro after vain efforts to obtain a
place in- a hospital ward by feigning
illness. A physician, examined John Johnson
son Johnson and thus diagnosed his case: "His
only trouble is cold feet." Immediate Immediately
ly Immediately Johnson was put in a. cell.
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severe cold in his chest and more than
20 others, who used it on my advice.
We hope this great medicine will be
sold In every drugstore in Porto Rico."
For throat and lung troubles it has no
equal. A trial will convince you of its
merit. 50c and $1. Trial bottle free.
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Boll Top Desk 922.00
$7.(M) Typewriter Chair 4.00
Jjtfl.00 Crez Hug (room size) . 4.00
One Yudor Veranda Screen. 1.75
One Veranda Swing Seat.... 2.00
One Mission Parlor Set, Three
Pieces, Leather Upholstered 21.00
One Mission Library Table. . 9.30
One Chest Carpenter Tools,
big bargain, only 18.00
One Home-made Wardrobe.
Plain but cheap, at only. . 3.75
Several Extension Dining Tables
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Many other bargains, too.
Rack of Marcus Frank's
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tion. preparation. In fact. It suits my case better
than any cough syrup I have ever used
and I have used a good many, for I am
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It is a pleasure to tell you that
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HOUSE AND FLAT FOR RENT
For rent furnishes or unfurnished,
gas stove with house, most desirable
location. Apply to phone 216 or ad address
dress address No. 139 Fort King avenue. Ad.
A HALF MILLION CABBAGE
plants now ready for setting. For
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CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates Matfe on All Con
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Every family that ha3 children Is
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is kept in the house, it saves going
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Fall Cream Edam Cheese in tins- ...
French Roquefort Cheese in individual fars
French Roquefort Cheese in iarqe fars
Italy Grt. Parmasan
" tins ill.""
44 44 44
4 44 44
44 44 44 4
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" cakes each ..
" fars ...
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Philadelphia Cream Cheese in Jars
Wehh Rarebit Cheese in tin foil..
Sheffords Snappy Cheese 'in fin foil
Dill Pickles the good kind from Germany, dozen
Iate de Fcie Gras, with Truffles, large iarsl...
" M " 44 small ......
Truffes Brossees in large bellies
" small ....
Boneless Anchovies in oil
Puree ol Partridge with Truffles per tin
" M Quail
Pare de Foie Gras
The Four Articles Above are Fine for Lunch or Sandwiches
Imported Ginger Alf, 20c bottle, per dozen $1.90
Knorr's Consomme Cubes 3c
44 Soup Tablets 10c
Japanese Preserved .linger, small pots ...... 30c
Hcckers Self Raising Flour, all sizes
Pure Sap Maple Syrup, pints and quails
. EL leapt (Grocery
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ocala :::::: : Florida
F. E. McCLAXE, M. 1).
Specialist in Chronic .Diseases
THE DR. M'CLANE MEDICAL, SURGICAL AND
Office. 333. Buite 1 to 7 Holder IMock, Southwest
Dr. McClane's Residence, 407. Corner of Public Tquare
IVolei Call made by Mpectnl appointment. Special Grnlf, I'rtnary Cllale
after 7 p. m. envtt day.
KOLD WEATHER KOMFORTS
We have the largest and best stock of Lap Robes and Storm Aprons
ever brought to this part of the state. To neglect to prepare yourself
with protection against the cold, disagreeable days that will soon be
here would be an unforgivable act when It Is .so easy to come here and
let us fix you up. Our stock of buggy tops, canopies and awnings Is
also complete and we have enough horse blankets for all the "old Dob Dobbins"
bins" Dobbins" in this section. Don't fail to call on us when In need of any anything
thing anything In our line.
KNIGHT et LANG
Don't waste money ty buying
strengthening plasters. Chamberlain's
Liniment is cheaper and better. Damp Dampen
en Dampen a piece of flannel with it and bind
it over the affected parts and it will
relieve the pain and soreness. For
sale by all dealers. Ad.
Second-hand furniture bought and
sold for cash or Installment. Success
Furniture Co., &9 South Main street,
between city market and steam laun
dry, Ocala, Fla. (Ad.)
A T. Thomas, Pkks. J. Thompson, Manager
The Woodmar Sand & Stone Co.
Lake Weir Sand and Crushed Rock
Cement Blocks and all kindpof Cement Forms, from
stock or special designs. Contrafctorn in Cement
Sidewalks, Curbing, and Street PaVing of all de descriptions.
scriptions. descriptions. Residences or Store contracted in
in Rrick, Stone and Cement.
Contracts taken anywhere in the state. Esti Estimates
mates Estimates furnished on request.
OFFICE AND YARDS NORTH MAIN STREET
BROADWAY AND 14th ST.
Clean, Comfortable, Convenient and Home-Like Hotel, on
the American and European Plans.
American Plan, $2 per day and up. Europe.an Tlan. $1.00 per day and up.
Special Weekly Rates.
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0CA1A EVEMXG STAR. MONDAY, XOVEMBEU 11, 1911!
QGALA EVENING STAR
nittlnger & Carroll Proprietors.
II. It. Carroll, Haslness Manager.
J. II. Benjamin, Editor.
Entered In the postofflce at Ocala,
Fla., as second class mall matter.
sat dowx os cmno
TAf-f t'AnillED A FLO It II A TOU.V
Col. Cromwell Gibbons, of the First
Regiment, who was put in command of
the troops In Jacksonville. Friday, was
summarily relieved of his command
Saturday, the reason apparently be being
ing being that he gave out a newspaper in interview
terview interview saying what he intended to do
In suppressing the disorders in that
It seemed to the Star at the time
that Colonel Gibbons made some very
pertinent and necessary remarks; also,
that it was a good thing: for the dis
orderly element to know lust what he:Hl"V
Intended to do. It Is generally un understood
derstood understood that a soldier has no busi
ness to talk, but the Star sees no im- I The editor of the Chronicle now has
propriety in the commanding officer in in preparation a list of the citizens of
T"he fact that President Taft carried
San Mateo in the election last Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday has not been given the press notice
throughout the world that the real
importance of the victory implies. But
little comment has been made. The
San Mateo Item says:
"The orthodox truism 'the earth is
the Lord's and the fulness thereof,' will
no longer hold in this town among
those democrats who have been re regarding
garding regarding themselves as heirs apparent.
The election last Tuesday has demon demonstrated
strated demonstrated that S. W. Rowley and his old
friend. President Taft, must be reckon reckoned
ed reckoned with in this heirship business. San
Mateo went for Taft by a vote of 35
to 20. Socialism will also have a proxy
voice in this heirship controversy, for
Drinnen the social'st candidate for the
legislature beat Bill Russell, demo democrat,
crat, democrat, by a vote of 20 to 13. The voice
of the negro has been heard in the land,
a suckling, squaling political infant in
the lap of its wet nurse, Miss Socialism."
Competent anl Kntrrpri! tiz Yuunc
Secretary of the Hoard of Trade
Pretest III Candidacy
I SEFIL INFORMATION
FROM MAJOR RtTLKR
such a case making such a statement. Florida
""There Is plenty of precedent for it.
. Sending the troops to Jacksonville
has been a muddle all through. There
was no real necessity" for them, and
-when they were there they were not
allowed to do soldiers' work. They
were given the duty of police without
police powers, and, harrassed them themselves,
selves, themselves, irritated the mobs without be being
ing being allowed to deal with them. The
Star thinks that when troops are sent
to any place, that place should be put
under martial law. If there is no nec necessity
essity necessity for martial law they should not
be sent. If the treatment of Colonel
Gibbons isn't encouragement to would would-be
be would-be rioters, we don't know what Is.
Aubumdale has organized a board of
trade, of which E. E. Cline, formerly
of this city, is president.
Mr. E". C. Bennett of Ocala, one of
the proprietors of the Ocala Plumbing
& Electric Company, was here yester yesterday
day yesterday looking after business in this city.
Mr. James Narln went up to Ocala
Saturday to see how his little daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, who is in the hospital there, was
progressing. We hope that the child
wilPsoon entirely recover. Sumter Sumterville
ville Sumterville Times,
wholly "from the peninsula.
which will number 23,000 and which
will be found a ready reference com
pendium for parties desiring to do
business through the mails. As the
parcels post law soon goes into effect
every merchant in the state should
provide himself with one of these
lists, and thus be ready to circularize
those within their territory, and mail
goods to purchasers of goods and
wares. The author probably has more
experience in preparing such lists than
any other man in the state, and great
care has been used to select only those
who are liable to purchase. Sent by
mail to any address upon receipt of
$3. Only a limited number of copies.
and only one edition w'll be published.
Address George Butler, Inverness, Fla.
This isn't ah advertisement
Tennessee went democratic, but Ben
Hooper, independent republican, has
been re-elected governor. He has
made a good governor, and the fact
that democrats of the Volunteer State
have risen superior to party for the
general good Is much to their honor.
There was considerable speculation
during the campaign about the size of
the republican vote In Osceola, the
only county, so far as we know, in the
state where the republicans put out a
full ticket. Republican hopes were
based on the G. A. R. vote at St. Cloud.
When the returns were all in, how however,
ever, however, it was found that out of 800 votes
the republican candidates only had
200. Some democrats down that way
who bolted their primary obligation
are sore over the result.
.Twinges of rheumatism, backache.
stiff joints and shooting pains all
show your kidneys are not working
right. Urinary irregularities, loss of
sleep, nervousness, weak back and
sore kidneys tell the need of a good
reliable kidney medicine. Foley Kid
ney Pills are tonic, strengthening and
restorative. They build up the kid
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the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Ad.
DL'LI. MOOSE IIYMX
III! 1 il
COXFEDRR tTR DWCIITERS
WILL t'APT I RE THE CAPITAL
Flortdians, according to National
Committeeman John T. G. Crawford,
contributed nearly $6,000 to the cam campaign
paign campaign fund of Gov. Woodrow Wilson.
We think that Florida contributed
more than $6,000. This amount Is
probably what was forwarded by Mr.
Crawford. Many contributions were
sent to the national committee direct.
An observer has figured out that
more than one Christian name is a
handicap to any man, and bases his
argument on the claim that of thlrty thlrty-ne
ne thlrty-ne presidents of the United States
only eight have had two names. Even
John Qulncy Adams should be sub subtracted
tracted subtracted from the list, as his election by
the House of Representatives was In
defiance of popular sentiment. We
wish we had known this sooner.
The New York Herald copied the
Lake Region Item. about. H. W. Bishop
losing his wardrobe while stumping
the state for Taft. The Herald thought
It funny, but Mr. Bishop never has
seen where the laugh comes in. He
lost eyeglasses, coat, hat and socks,
and had to walk to his hotel in a bar bar-Tel.
Tel. bar-Tel. Eustls Lake Region.
A barrel has always been an integral
part of a republican campaign equip equipment,
ment, equipment, but we never heard of one be being
ing being used in that manner before.
Jack Johnson, the negro prize
fighter. Is Jail, is probably beginning
to mourn the day he achieved- great greatness
ness greatness In the fistic ring. Now, If he was
a big, husky, roustabout, and had been
Jugged for beating another coon, he
could probably find one or more repu
table white men to help him out. He
certainly could. If he was in o south
ern city. But as it is, he is hated by
the whites In Chicago, and the negroes
haven't the power to help him.
A dispatch from Lincoln Neb., says
William J. Bryan, expressing his
pleasure at the election of Governor
"As a religious hymn has been
brought into the campaign by one of
the parties. I think I am justified in
using the lines of another hymn to ex express
press express my feelings:
" 'This is the day I long have sought,
And mourned because I found it not.
"My confidence in Governor Wilson
for his joy is repressed by a sense of
responsibilities, while I am happy- and
free. My confidence in Governor Wil Wilson
son Wilson has grown with acquaintance, and
I feel sure that he will live up to ex expectations.
pectations. expectations. I believe he listens to his
Dallas, Nov. 8. Mr. H. C. Strozier,
insurance asent, came in from Levon
Tuesday night and made a short stop
over between trains.
W. A. McRae .traveling auditor for
the Seaboard, paid Dallas a visit Wed Wednesday.
nesday. Wednesday. Mrs. Fox returned Thursday from a
short trip made to Tampa and Ox Oxford.
ford. Oxford. Miss Black of Plant City, who has
been visiting in Birmingham, Atlanta
and other places, stopped on her way
home to visit Mrs. Madlock, who llres
not far from here.
To the Citizens of Ocala: In makins?
my announcement as a candidate for
the high office of mayor I do so with
feeling that Ocala needs a man that
stands for progress and I feel that I
am a man that can nil the need5 or trie
city as their chief executive alon
lines that will make Ocala the largest
inland city in the state.
Later in the campaign I will explain
fully my posit'on on many questions
that I feel sure are of vital importance
to our citizens, but among those that
are most important are those of sewer
age, water, paving, a public park and a
city hall that we could boast of.
I am in favor of the city owninsr
and operating it own water plant and
building one that will meet the needs
of Ocala of the future as well as
Ocala of today. I do not favor the
purchase of the present water plant.
that is bein:? operated in Ocala today,
at any price. The men we elected as
couneilmen to voire our sentiments re rejected
jected rejected the proposition made them by
the engineers appointed to appraise it
and therefore the matter of purchas
ing this plant is a dead issue. We have
already voted a bond Issue to be used
for wate'r works purposes and I favor
using this bond issue to build a new-
water works system for our city, and
I assure you if you elect me to the of
fice that I am seeking that I will at no
time ever consider any proposition to
purchase the plant now owned and
operated by the Ocala Water Com Company.
pany. Company. Ocala needs a sewerage system.
Men that have been in office in the
past have not given this matter the
attention It should have received and
I promise that I will do all in my
power to have a sewerage system in
Ocala that will be a guarantee of
healthf ulness and sanitary conditions
for generations to come. This mat matter
ter matter should be given immediate atten attention
tion attention as under our present system we
are not only endangering our own
health but we are keeping other peo people
ple people from making this their home, that
would otherwise come here.
I favor more and better paving of
botlv streets and sidewalks and insist
upon a strict adherence
as esiaDiisnea oy our c
that paving has been done in the
past speaks well for our city "but
there has not been enough of it done
In a substantial manner and our re repair
pair repair bills for our streets have already
far exceeded the cost of good sub substantial
stantial substantial pavinj?.
Ocala is badly in need of a city park.
A place where our children may enjoy
tne sunshine and fresh air that we are
so abundantly supplied with would be
something that would help our future future-generations
generations future-generations to grow to manhood and
womanhood in the manner in which
they were intended to do.
Our city hall is a building that cer
tainly does not Teflect much credit
upon us as progressive citizens and I
would heartily favor a movement for a
betterment of this condition.
While I cannot promise to accom
plish everything that I have outlined
as things that I favor I will promise
that I will do evervthinar in mv nnwor
to accomplish these particular ends
besides giving" every man. woman and
child of Ocala fair and ennita!7
treatment so long as I am mayor of
Let the slogan of this campaign He
progress and all those that are in
favor of a progressive city remember
that I stand for everything that will
tend to the upbuilding of our city and
the uplift'ng of our citizens.
H. C. Muncaster.
The nineteenth annual convention of
the lnitd Daughters of the Confed Confederacy
eracy Confederacy will convene in Washington. D.
.. Monday. A srrear deal of signifi
cance is attached to this
rvner.t. as it is understood tnat tnis is
the first convention meeting which has
been hell so far north, or above the
Mason ?Dixon line.
elaborate preparations have been
male for the entertainment of the
delegates and members of the order
who will attend the sessions, and most
attractive programs have been an-
open the conven-
nourved for each
President Taft will
A party of Florida women will leave
today on the Atlantic Coast Line train
for Washington to attend the conven convention.
tion. convention. The personnel of the party is as
follows: Mrs. Hoselle C. Cooley and
Mrs. F. W. Kins: of Jacksonville: Mrs.
W.- H. Dial, of Malison: Mrs. Darra Darra-cott.
cott. Darra-cott. of Lakeland: Mrs. R. L. Parker,
Mrs. J. Losan ftrinafellow, Mrs. Geo.
K. Drew and Mrs. .1. W.
Sister Kther Carlotta. of St. Au Augustine,
gustine, Augustine, president of the Florida Divis Division.
ion. Division. I". I. ... sailed on the Somerset
Friday for Baltimore. en route to
Washington to attend the convention.
Belleview. Nov. 10. Mr. Frank Pe-.
lot. former town marshal and one of
IVIleview's old time settlers, came
down from Fort McCoy last Wednes Wednesday.
day. Wednesday. He returned to Fort McCoy later
announce- In the week.
Mrs. J. D. Hutchinson of Nocatee,
who ha been visiting her daughter,!
Mrs. Frank Ritter, for the past couple
of weeks, rturned to her home last
Miss Callie Rickards came down
from Citra to spend the week end
with friends in Belleview and inci incidentally
dentally incidentally to lay in a supply of shoes
from her favorite shoe store. Miss
Callie thinks those drummer's sample
shoes can't be beat.
Mrs. C. C. Collins returned to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville last Friday after an extend&d
stay in Belleview. looking after her
extensive real estate interests.
Mr. and Mrs. Emery W. White, who
have been stopping with their friends,
the S;as family for several days, re resumed
sumed resumed their journey to St. Petersburg
last Friday, where they will spend the
dav of the week.
Tench of winter.
OF M I'll I) E It II S ENDED
Tampa. Nov. 10. Robert Anderson,
confessed murderer of three persons,
whose murderous revolver and Incen Incendiary
diary Incendiary torch has kept Tampa in a ter terror,
ror, terror, was last night convicted of the
murder of Marie Louise Rodriguez
after the jury had been out less than
futeen minutes. Anderson was imme immediately
diately immediately sentenced by Judge Robles of
circuit court to be hanged.
A GEM IVE SERVICE
-)WfeK tIie south s t
to the grades dQor tQ a compan.
ity engineer. tInsuIsned men am
I1IG LOADS OF DEAXS
Going Xorlh Over the Tampa A Jack
The Tampa & Jacksonville Hallway
turned over to the Seaboard Air Line
Thursday evening two solid cars of
beans. The product was consigned to
New York commission houses and
came from points along the T. & J.,
south end. Gainesville Sun.
ACTED LIKE AMATEURS
A wedding of much interest amon
the colored people took place yesterday-
at the residence of the groom's
brother-in-law, James Strange, South
Magnolia street. Henry Williams and
Esther. Shade were the contracting
parties and Rev. L. R. Garrison of
Delated. James Strange and his wife
stood up with the bride and groom
during the ceremony. A large num
ber of friends were present.
T. a. Rentz and Geo. C. Crom were
In, the city yesterday from Ocala. Mr.
Crom was a candidate for comptroller
of Florida of the republican party In
last Tuesday's election and made
splendid run, considering that he did
Hot make an active canvass. Gaines
M.r. Crom surely did make a fine race
Anybody watching him close could see
it puzzles the Star to understand
now some oi inese industrial papers
so-called make a' living. We were
looking over a copy of one of these
journals last night In the vain effort
to discover any real reason for Its ex
Istence. It had a good line of adver
tlsing, but It purzled us to understand
how It was obtained, for the reading
matter was obviously written with a
pair of scissors. It Is supposed to be
of Interest to farmers and manufac
turers, yet the reader could find the
best of everything in it in his own
local paper all thfe way fro-n a month
to six months sooner, as w recogniz recognized
ed recognized a number of the Items in It as be being
ing being clipped without credit from the
Ocala and other Florida papers. There
are a number of these journals all
over the United States, filled with re reprint
print reprint and obtaining advertising, on
false pretenses. If the parasites who
run them, and the parasites in all
other professions, had to do useful
"" v main;, usciui pcwpie woman i
nave such a hard time.
Two Ilandttw, Who Robbed an L. Jt X.
Mall Car In Alabama:
Montgomery, Ala., Nov. 9. Two
masked bandits held up southbound
Louisville & Nashville passenger train
No. 7 at Blount Springs, Ala., last
night, and after covering the two
clerks with pistols, ransacked the mail
car. They acted like rank amateurs
and secured only small amounts.
"T" is Wilson's lucky letter. He
was elected by Teddy and Taft.
Not by a Jugfull. He was elected by
the people of the United States, fn
spite of Teddy, Taft and the Times-Untom
IF YOU HAVE ROOMS FOR RE XT
Daring the Fair, Xotlfy Secretary of
Board of Trade
For the benefit of the visitors to the
Marion County Fair, the secretary of
tne Ocala Board of Trade will be pleas pleased
ed pleased to have any parties who have rooms
for rent to list them with him and
also state the rate to be charged. Ou;r-
hotel accommodations are not suffi sufficient
cient sufficient for the visitors and this action-is
taken by the Board of Trade so., that
all visitors to our fair may have the
proper accommodations while thy. aro
in our city.
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Seven serials at least will be pub published
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nearly 200 other complete stories, in
addition to some 30 special contribu
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Oscar Hightower of Heather
Island was in our midst last week.
There have been more rattlesnakes
killed on the island this summer than
ever before. The same can be well
said of Candler and vicinity. There
also have been a number killed in and
around Belleview, two of them within
one block of the postoffice. The whirr
and rattle of this class of snake Is not
pleasant to listen to. It is not con conducive
ducive conducive to good thoughs or pleasant
dreams. One peculiarity of the rat
tlesnake is that when enraged or
crossed in its desire, it loses its head
and goes plum crazy and in its rage
spitting venom, It poisons the atmos atmosphere
phere atmosphere around it, causing nauseousness
to all within its influence.
Mr. William Cogswell is building a
commodious barn. Mr. John T. Haines
the wood artist.
Elder Joel D. Ridge, our venerable
friend from Indianapolis. Ind., arriv
ed in town last Friday, just ahead of
the cold wave. He beat It here.
Mr. Herbert Brown is now employed
by Mrs. Delbert Haskell.
Jimmy Shedd and Frof. A. B. Con
nor went to Ocala on a business trip
last Saturday and returned the same
The five cent social was held at the
town hall last Friday night. Mrs. O.
B. Sias acted as general supervising
directress, while Miss Callie Richards
bossed the music end of the show. All
hands had an excruciatingly good
Judge David S. Williams and Mr. S.
R. Pyles were in town last Saturday
tacking signs and boosting the fair in
A LAW OF COMMERCE
Banking isone of the essentials of commerce,
for trade between individuals and nations
would be almo-t impossible without a system
Banks conserve the resources of the coiin-
try, and distribute it through the channels of
trade, thereby aidiugin theproduction of ad additional
ditional additional wealth.
Bank depositors make this great system
possible, for banks draw thrir strength from,
the people, acting as a medium between thoe
who have money to loan, and those who wish
We pay 4 per cent on time deposits and
loans at prevailing rates. v
We Invite Your Business.
THE MUMiOE & CHAMBLISS BANK
Terkeween Oil, the great nerve and
bone liniment; will not Mister. For
rheumatism, neuralgia, pains In the
back or sides and all other aches. 25
cents per bottle at Tydlngs & Co. Ad.
Merchants' Cafe, A. C. L. depot cor
ner. Meals a la carte and lunches -t
any hour. Ad.
Miss Irene Gates, after a pleasant
visit with her sister. Mrs. C. E. Brown,
has returned to her home in Weirs Weirs-dale.
dale. Weirs-dale. Webster item in Sunrterville
Odd Fellows meet Tuesday night.
Friday, Nov. 15
ROOMS FOR RENT
ROOMS FOR RENT Three connect
ed furnished rooms for light house
keeping. Lights, water and bath. In
quire of P. A. Durand, 143 East Adams
Your vacation is not complete with
out a Ikodak. Gerig's Postofflce Drug
stores, agents. Ad.
! -(BEAUTIFUL BEOS
PIANO FOR SALE Good instru
ment at a bargain. Apply to E. P
For sale cheap, a three-burner blue
flame oil cooking stove. Apply at the
Star office. Ad.
FOR SALE Box ball alley, tent and
all accessories. This outfit Is almost
new and cost iio, Din we oner it ror
5150 spot cash. The Success Furniture
FOR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH A
motorcycle. Apply to Box 15, Anthony.
ffiiq r. j X ?
XOTICB TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given to all cred
itors, legatees, distributees and all
other persons having claims and de
mands against the estate of Cora L.
Smith, deceased, to present said claims
duly proven to the undersigned within
two years from the date of the first
publication of this notice, to-wit: Au August
gust August 27th. 1912. Rena L Smith.
As Executrix Last Will and Testament
of Cora L Smith. Deceased.
We have One of the Prettiest Line of Beds
in the State. Without Excepting any Firm.
We carry over fifty differ different
ent different styles, and nearly as
many different prices.
There are handsome white
enameled, with little or no
brass trimmings, then there
are solid hrass beds, the
kind that do not tarnish, and there are pretty dark
green and blue ones, and many other colors and
4 shades and all of the different shapes and trimming.
$ We will take great pleasure in showing you our
line of beds, and can certainly pleapc you in this
I M c I V E R & McKAY
I THE FURNITURE AND HOUSE FURNISHINGS STORE
Five or b!x doses of 6 will breali
any. case of Chills and Fever; It acts on
the liver better than Calomel, and does
not gripe or sicken. Price 25c. Ad.
FOR RENT Offices In Holder build building.
ing. building. Apply to Davis & Martin.
OCAL.l LODGE XO. 2 SO, II. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent and
Protective Order of Elk, meets the
second and fourth Tuesday evenings In
each month. Visiting brethren always
welcome. Howell M. Hampton, E. R,
Joseph Bell, Secretary.. Ad.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms or th
complete house of six rooms. Apply to
Peter Ingram, 220 North Second street.
FOR RENT Two or three large
furnished rooms for light housekeep housekeeping.
ing. housekeeping. 29 Daugherty St. 10-30-tf
AT SILVER. SPRINGS
The Woodmen of the. World are go going
ing going to give an oyster supper and dance
at Silver Springs Saturday night, Nov.
9th. All are invited. We ex?ct to
have a nice time and-make it oleasant
for all present. A. F. Hatehett.
Clerk Camfk No. 407.
POSITION WANTED Single young
man wants a position. Any kind of
work will do, but office work preferr preferred.
ed. preferred. Any salary will do to start with
Address, 'Wanted," care of Star.
CONCORDIA LODGE F. V. OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union of
America, meets in Tonge's Hall on the
second Thursday evening of each
month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. t
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad.
SEEDS, NEW CHOP
Garden, field and flower seed. Just
received. For sale by Wm. Anderson,
druggist and seedsman. Ocala. Ad.
And! His Own Company in
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OCALA, .. r LUKIUA
ELOW we show One of the Six New Models of the Hudson Cars for 1913.
Thpo Silent rjars will Anneal to all Lovers of Fine Automobiles. The
Cars are now ready for delivery and our Demonstration Car is at Your
Service. The prices are F. U. B. Detroit, ana eacn car is runy equipped wuu
Tops and Top Boots, Wind Shields, Speedometers, Five Electric Lamps, Electric
aif stnrrpr and Dpmoniitable Rims. The Motors have all Working Parts En-
Ahsnintpiv Silent. Call at the Garaae lor Demonstration.
WRITE US FOR LITERATURE AND FURTHER PARTICULARS.
In this Advertisement We will Show from Time to Time, All ot the Different Modtls I
ihp HUDSON 1913 Line. The Car Shown herewith is the New Model "37", Touring
Car, Five Passenger. Four Cylinders, and we will be Pleased to give Yon a Demonstrat
ion if yon are Interested.
REMEMBER that we have the Largest and Handsomest Fire Proof Garage in
the Central Portion of Florida, .10.000 Square Feet of Floor Space, and
we Care For and Store Cars.
Our Repair Department is the Best Equipped in the City
With Skilled Workmen Who Know Their Business and
the Most Modern Machinery and Tools
A Full Line of Automobile Sundries ol all Kinds in Stock
mmmk atop sales ca
S. J. Pyles, Mgr.
OCALA EVEXIXG STAR, .MONDAY. XOVEMBEIt 11, 1912
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6. Extracts From a
"Last week I toM a close frien d that I would save about ten dol dollars
lars dollars from my wages this month. Yesterday he came to mee to see If I
would loan him five dollars, lie has another job at better wages, but did
not have enough money to buy his railroad ticket, after paying all hn
owed. He promised to send it to me first pay day so I let him have it.
"I saw this advertisement in the paper today:
WE INVITE YOU
WouM it not be an immense advantage, in tvent of Illness, or ac accident,
cident, accident, or any other cau?e whereby you .should reiuire a cum of ready
mony to be able to rail for the amount at a bank? We invite you to
come to the Commercial Hank and open an account with $1 or mon-.
We pay four jn-r cent Interest on savlnxc
"I am going to make some inquiry about a savings account."
THE WAY TO SAVE-IIAVE AN ACCOUNT WITH
A First Class, 50 Acrt Farm, CUse to Ocnla,
Will be Sold Cheap. All Implement, Cows and
Horses. A l?ig Bargain for Some one.
SEE US AT OXCE, IF INTERESTED
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
Ocala Board of Trade Rooms
OCALA - FLORIDA
;es and mules
I am keeping at my Sales Barn and Lot, on
West Exposition Street three blocks west of the
court house square,
a Fine Drove of
1 First Class
Horses and Mules
Animals for all pur purposes,
poses, purposes, and at reason reasonable
able reasonable prices. I go to
market e a c h two
weeks and select the
stock in person and
get the very best.
Call at the Lot, you will find some Stock to suit you,
ii it is one or dozen head you need, I have them.
M. J. NICHOLS
LIVE STOCK DEALER OCALA; FLORIDA
PI.KM)ID FlltC ARM WINDOW
On of the most representative v;n-
OFF DAY FR OCALA
The boys who went to Tampa Satur-
Undertaker Smith, phones 10 and 34.
Phone 284 tor quick prescription ser service.
vice. service. Ad.
Go to the Ocala Seed Store for fresh
The Eastern Star sewins: circle meet?
Tue.--.lay at Z y. m. with Mrs. J. II.
Spencer n Oklawaha avenue.
If you want t' make your ".ole hap happy."
py." happy." try Dr. IMi.-on's. cushion shoe.
Little's Shoe I'arlor. Ad.
I'earl tojtli brushes are oll at
Gerif'.s Dru Stares at 25c. and guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. Ad.
Mr. E. C Smith sent a coffin out to
Cotton I'iant this morning for John
Sullivan, an ased colored man who
Easy on yur pocketbook, but we
uive your feet "fits." Little's Shoe
Please remember that you can ob obtain
tain obtain everything1 you need in the toilet
line at the Court Pharmacy. Ad.
Mr. O. Mussey came up from
North Lake today to attend to some
business. He will remain in town until
Stop coujihin;? by usinsr Cherry Park
Coush Syrup. Sold only at the Rexall
Touch up that torpid liver with
Dike's Little Livex Pills. They give
new life. Sold at Court Pharmacy. Ad.
Mrs. J. It. Martin and son. M.
Martin, arrived yesterday at Tioon from
Jacksonville, where they missed their
"While shopping, stop ana cool off at
the Court Pharmacy. We are not after
money; just want your company'. Ad.
dow displays of fire arms and am- day to play the Hillsboro team had a
munition we ever remember to have sad tale to tell when they returned
seen in Ocala is now beins? shown t jhome. For some unknown reason the
Mr. 15. Goldman's Ocala Pawn Shop, score of the same was 13 to 0 in favor;
Ther- are enough iiuns. pistols and of Tampa. There are so many differ
ent tales told that it I hard to j?et at
ammunition in this window to supply
a small insurrection and they range
from a small calibre weapon to
I'KAIIODV IlltOS. NEW PI.AXS
The Peabody Brother, who have
been running the Air Dome for the
pa.-t two and a half years, at last
have plans in shape for the kind of
building they want. This building
will have a roof that can be raised
and lowered at will, making a closed
building In cae of rain or cold
weather and an air dome during the
summer and when It is not raining.
The new Air Dome will have a seat seating
ing seating capacity of with standing
room for about 100. The floor will have
enough slant to it to make it possible
for every one to see the pictures. A
large stage will be another feature of
the new place. The entrance will be
extra large and specially attractive.
The plans are now being drawn and
Peabody Bros, say work will start on
the new place in a very short time.
the real facts but it stems that Ocala
the jfumbled the ball just at the time it
counted most for Ocala and the Tampa
boys seemed to be able to get, the ball
when it counted the most for thm.
Fleckenstein. one of Oeala's fastest
men. had to be taken out of the game
duriivr the second half on account of a
sprained knee. This crippled the Ocala
team to a great extent. From all ac accounts
counts accounts the Ocala boys have just as
good a team as the Tampa boys but
Saturday seemed to be an off day for
Ocala. T.he Ocala boys will go to
Jacksonville Saturday to play the re return
turn return game with Duval and the follow following
ing following Saturday the Hillsborough boys
will be in Ocala and a good game may
be anticipated. The Tampa Tribune's
report of the game appears on the first
"Kid" Burns is coming to town
with Bert Leigh as the inimitable
"Kid." He will also bring Hazele Bur Burgess
gess Burgess as bis "pal." "Mary" with him
when George M. Cohan's musical mas masterpiece.
terpiece. masterpiece. "Forty-five Minutes From
Broadway" is presented at the Temple
next Friday night.
The same production, some of the
musical numbers and several new oces
will "tickle you into delicious laugh laughter"
ter" laughter" of the real kind when this "ril
Cohan show" makes its bow to a ti
house of friends at the Temple.
For first class automobile service
by the trip, hour or day. phone Xo.
327. First class car and uniformly
low prices to all. J. C. Geiger. Ad.
Mr. Frank Mathews has just finish finished
ed finished one of the prettiest boats ever
built in Ocala. He has been working
in the room just west of Mr. E. C.
Smith's furniture store and has done
every bit of the work himself, from
drawing the model to painting the
finished work. The boat is 27 feet
Ions, will be eiuiied with a 30-hp.
gasoline motor any Mr. Mathews ex expects
pects expects it to develo 2f miles an hour.
There will be setsjjir nine passeng passengers,
ers, passengers, but twelve rlTri be carried com comfortably.
fortably. comfortably. The nam? of the boat Is
"Launa." meaning in the Portuguese
language, "a little fawn." The stern,
the backs of the seats and all of the
trimmings are of mahogany. The bow
Is very high with a low, broad stern,
making the boat draw only twenty twenty-two
two twenty-two inches. The boat will be equipped
with an automobile steering wheel,
placed in the bow. Mr. Mathews "will
exhibit the boat at the Marlon County
f Fair this year, after- which frewiH
launch it at SilyerSprinss.
Mr. If. d. Tinker, nicnpr nf H11wrrti1
me last oi me wrecK mat occune.. Karm was n t having just!
l"c llretiirnerf frflmf pw Ynrk r-ifi- ,!
four miles south or ocaw. was cieare -suniIner honere he has been for
ur vesieruay anci me iratK is now m
first class condition.
SAM2 OF SHEET MUSIC
For quick signs paintea while you
wait, see the Dodge Sign and Decorat Decorating
ing Decorating Co. Lave orders same old
several months. Mr. Tinker and fam-
fily will spend the winter on their farm
The crossing at Watula street an J
Fort King avenue is in bad condition
and automobilists should give it
wide berth. Yesterday no less tha
six cars stuck in the sand and it w;i
some time before their drivers coul
get them out. 1
If our shoes wear well, tell your
friends. If they don't, tell us. We
want you to be satisfied. Little's Shoe
Fire Chief Chambers is having a
Western I'nion clock installed In the
fire station. These clocks are auto automatically
matically automatically regulated every hour and
are ttie most accurate timeyieces we
When you are sick and need a physi physician,
cian, physician, remember that anything he or orders
ders orders will be sure to b- compounded in
the right way at '.curt Pharmacy.
The younger boys in Ocala have or organized
ganized organized a football team and from the
way they are working at it, -t will not
le long before they can play the
high school boys. It would be fine
practice for "both teams to play
against each other.
LOST A sorority pin; deathshead
and scissors, with ruby eyes, and the
Greek letters delta, phi and eita writ written
ten written across the skull. Return to Miss
THIS SPACE RESERVED FOR
CENTRAL LAND CO.
Another Sub-division Will be
Placed on the Market in
a Few Days.
No Portion o!
WANTED AT ONCE BY
FLORIDA CENTRAL LAND
Twentyfive men to do develop development
ment development work in North Ocala, Sub Subdivision.
division. Subdivision. Apply to the office of
the Company, two doors north
of Harrington Hall.
OFFICE WITH TEX MARTIN.
Quite a large crowd of Ocala peo people
ple people will go to Gainesville Friday to
see the Florida-Stetson football game.
This is the most interesting and hard hardest
est hardest contested game that it played in
Florida and all lovers of football look
forward to the game yearly.
Mrs. E. Van Hood went to Jackson-
i lie Saturday morning to meet her
lughter, Mrs. Lew Lyons of Des-
Moines, la., and her smart little grand grandson,
son, grandson, Master Vi)liam Collier of Tusca Tuscaloosa,
loosa, Tuscaloosa, Ala., tv-yaxwill spend the win winter
ter winter with Mrs. Vn Hood and family.
Mrs. Lyons is looking well and is very
nuppy in iter new nome. Dut is never
t h less
aii. I old scenes again.
At our sale of sheet music to start
Monday, November 4th, the latest and
most popular sheet music, retailing at
from 23 to 73 cents a copy, will be sold
for 10 cents a copy. Nothing reserved.
Come in and make your selections
early. Pig, new stock will follow when
this is sold. D. F. Condon. 10-31-tf
The talk delivered by Miss Head at
the Methodist church yesterday morn morning
ing morning was "most interesting and instruc instructive.
tive. instructive. She told a great many things
pertaining to the history of China
not generally known, and touched on
conditions existing in this country
lad to be among old friends that many in the congregation did not
know. Miss Head spoke for nearly an
hour and during the whole time held
the close attention of every one present.
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Dustin were in
town last week from Patavia, X. Y.,
on their way to Candler, where they
have a winter home. Mr. Dustin says
they left Patavia covered with snow
and are glad to reach Florida. Speak Speaking
ing Speaking of the labor question, Mr. Dustin
said that in New York there are thou thousands
sands thousands of barrels of apples going to
waste on the trees for the lack of
some one to pick them; that they sell
for 1 ."j cents a bushel on the trees.
Help is paid ?:! and $4 a day and the
farmer that obtains it at that price is
Young man of 1 to 20 years, high
school education, tc lctrn thoroughly
j and 10 cent business and develop
into MeCrory manager; three years
service. J, G. MeCrory Co.
Little's shoes for school are the best
for they "fit and benefit." Terms cash.
We sell "shoes," not "time." Little's
The work on Harrington Hall is be being
ing being pushed as rapidly as possible as it
is the desire of the proprietors to have
the rooms ready for occupancy by the
26th in order to accommodate the peo people
ple people attending the fair.
Nyal's Corn Remover actually re removes.
moves. removes. 23c. at both Gerig's Drug
Miss Fllen Clarkson is expected
home tomorrow from Birmingham,
Ala., where she has been under the
care of Dr. Lawrence Scott for the past
three months. It will be pleasing
news to her host of friends in Ocala to
know that her health is grea'tly improved.
"When you've had the doctor, you
need us. Phones, 20 and 273. Gerig's
Drug Stores. Ad.
One of the heavy lose wagons owned
by Taylor Pros, broke an axle at the
crossing of Osceola street and Okla Okla-waha
waha Okla-waha avenue this morning and the
corner was blocked for a few minutes
until the wagon and its load of logs
could be dragged to one side.
A new line of toilet requisites just
in. Gerig's Postoffice Drugstores. Ad.
Dr. Hamby. wife and party of four
stopped over today in the city to have
their automobile repaired. They are
on their way from Atlanta to Winter
Haven, where the doctor has an or orange
ange orange grove. The car was a big White
steamer and they stopped here for
t'AUM'fiiK sold tiif: noozr
A colored person, whose last name Is
Carnegie, was arrested by Uncle Char Charlie
lie Charlie Smith yesterday f or 'sell! ig whis whisky
ky whisky without a license. Carnegie had a
little place out on Tucker Hill and
was well equipped for doing business.
He bad twelve halfpints of rye and
corn liquor, some gin and four quart
bottles of two favorite brands, all of
which decorated Deputy Sheriff West's
desk today.'Tvhile he of the illustrious
name languished in Jail, awaiting a
LOST I'OCKET HOOK
A small black pocket book lost in
the Temple Theater or on streets. Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday evening.' Contained two $10 bills,
some change and a memorandum.
Finder will please return to II. B.
Chambers and receive reward.
A VALl'A 11LI2 IXSTniMEXT
Mr. M. M. Little had had for years
a violin that he has treasured more be because
cause because it had been In possession of his
family for over half i century than
for any other reason I4.being some somewhat
what somewhat dilapidated, he-'sent it to a noted
manufacturer of Aol'ns in New York,
with a requesf forati estimate of the
cost of repairs. Hjwas considerably
surprised at the 're of the estimate.
but more so at an offer of Sl.'.O for the
instrument, which was made by an
artist in the trade, almost a hundred
years ago. Mr. Little decided to keep
the instrument, so ordered t repaired
and returned to him. and Intends to
give it to his little son Melville, who
is developing much talent with the
violin. -It -4- eonefdea" UiaT'Tn "Ie
Uaod-of a skilled performer, threis
more soul in a violin than in any other
instrument, and it is o'the widest
range from the palaps of kings to
the frontier cabins jt the pioneers and
the shanties ofthe cornfield darkies,
it numbers itxvot.iries by the million.
It is both -'democratic and Imperial
the "cornstalk fiddle and the shoe
string bow" of Jim Crow' -has as en
thusiastic listeners as the violin of
BELONGS TO THE
Don't forzet that Xorrls candy will
win you a home or end a scrap. It is
always fresh at Court Fharmacy. Ad.
Y Speaking of rol.itionchip to noted
men. the intimate friends of Mrs. Ln
Mat il ia P.rown of this
city, have kniwn for some years or
estimate women, i ne-
t .. m r
f. tiore. .ir.. inarrie i a r.rst ous.a .u .wr.-.
Y F. W. Stanley of this city.
V Dozier and Mr$
1 their relationship
i Y Poo-sevelt. h mother
., cousin tot
If you want dressmaking don? ex expeditiously
peditiously expeditiously and up-to-date, call 455.
fojeys Kidney puis Kiev's opnoX4xative
3'.kchc Ki Uoo Cor Stomach TaouBLt and Constipation
Mrs. Frames K. Jones, who has been
sick for several months and under the
care of the King's Daughters, died this
morning at her home in the north part
of town. The remains w-re buried
this afternoon in the annex to Green
wood cemeterv. Mr. K. C. Smith had
charge of the funeral.
E HV MESSAGES i
Can be transmitted to us over the telephone, by our
customers. W do a lot of confidential business in'
this way, enabling us to act quickly in the interests of
our patrons. We do a txmmercial banking business
with many of the best business men in the locality, and
we would like to add you to the number.
THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK
capital rniT paid m tn
JNO 1 r,,wr' Prw. CURKSCB CAMP. VW
WANTED Boy with wheel. Ocala
WANTED Young single man of ex
perience to run small commissary. Also
bookkeeper and stenographer. Married
man preferred. Coth must be strictly
sober. Nathan Mayo, Summerfield, Fla.
LOST The nickle-plated hub cap
off of an automobile. Cap has letter
H in center. Finder please return
same to Star office. D. T. .Teffcoat.
Shoes of all kinds of leather, for all
kinds of weather. They "fit and ben benefit."
efit." benefit." Little's Shoe Parlor. Ad.
I ffiMG 1115!
HAT'S the use of having a gun
VV and using poor ammunition?
IF you do you can't have much fun
or luck or even satisfaction, and
it takes all of these to constitute:
good sport. V
We are Headquarters for Shells, Cartridges, Ponder
and all Kinds of Ammunition Supplies.
FUME CAM, ADD
n 7 if
We have just received another carload of stock. This car
contained some exceptionally fine horses and mules, selected
in person, in the Atlanta markets by Mr. Tompkins.
Call at the barns and look the drove over, while the selec selection
tion selection is large, and pick out what you need.
The Animals are Guaranteed and the Prices and
Terms are Right. Respectfully, s
T0ITJ3PCCIWS & COBB..-
The very acme of quality In
is always to be had here where qua!
ity and close prices go hand la hand-
We will convince you that this Is the
market for you to patronize If you will
but grant us the trial. Phone 108.
W. H. MHH, PnOPIlIETftH
FORMERLY EDWARDS' MARKET"
OLLIK MOUrns 3LARKKT OI'KX
The market formerly Known as the
Oille Mprdls !s now open. Will keep on
hand a supply of fresh meats and fish
Orders by phone will receive prompt
attention. Phone number 315. Come
to the old stand arid be treated right.
Ad. OLLIE MORDIS,
Dealer in Fancy Groceries. N. Magnolia.
Clear, southwest wind.
Minimum temperature, 45 degrees.
Maximum, 77 degrees.
Average, 60 degrees.
WWTKI) Two meat block. Malta
tle for market lulnea. Apply Stall
o. 3. eltjr market.
WANTED For two months, a wom
an to stay with widow lady. Must be
good cook, white. Country town. Ad
dress Mrs. J., Star office. 10-30-6t
AUSPICIOUS TIME TO
PAIXT YOUR AUTO
This is the season when you should
have your automobile painted. The
work we turn out looks just as good as
new and the enamel Is as permanent
and holds Its brilliancy Just as well as
a fatcory finish. We are now turning
out several handsome pieces of work
and It would pay you to call at the
shop ani look them over. Our up upholstering
holstering upholstering and covering department
can do any work that may be needed
on cushions, tops or curtains, from re repairs
pairs repairs to an entire new Job. Figure
with us before having the word done.
The Ocala Wagon Works,
Ad. W. F. McAteer, Proprietor.
R. E. YOXGE AGAIN IX
THE rLUMDIXO BUSINESS
R. E. Yonge & Co. are again In the
plumbing business at No. 45 Osceola
street, and Mr. Walter S. C. Yonge haa
gone out of the business. All plumbing:
jobs and contracts, whether large or
small, will be carefully looked after.
Phone 26. Respectfully,
Ad. R, E. Yongc & Co.
I have opened a wood yard near Dr.
Boney'a residence, where I hare a
large stock of fireplace and stove wood
in pine and oak, all of which Is well
seasoned. One dollar for a big load,
delivered promptly to any part of the
I also operate a hack service. Phone
your orders for a first class carriage
I with white drivers. Phone 456.
J. A. MANNING.
K. of P. meet Monday evening.
Arkansas Chm & yever Tonlu. 2
and 50 cents per bottle. Guaranteed
to cur?. Best for colds and lagrlppe.
' Tydlngs & Co. Ad.
OdiLA EYEXISQ STAR, MOXDAV, XOVE3BER it,
This remarkable tale, in which
each character is sketched from
life by a master hand, goes be beneath
neath beneath the surface of modern so society
ciety society and lays bare the canker at
the root. Like all Mr. Dixon's
work, it is a tale of American
life, essentially true in the picture
it draws and done with a swing swinging
ing swinging power which brings its dra dramatic
matic dramatic scenes home to us. The
splendid strength of the tale lies
in the conflict between James
Stuart and Nan, in which love
and greed of wealth struggle for
A Star Boarder.
AT the end of a warm spring day
vk In New York, James Stuart sat
in the open window of his
room on Washington square
smiling. With a sense of deep Joy he
watched the trees shake the raindrops
from their new emerald robes and the
flying clouds that flecked the western
sky melt into seas of purple and gold.
A huckster turned into Fourth street
"Straw berries, straw berries!"
And the young lawyer laughed lazily.
A flood of tender memories stole into
bis Leart from the sunlit fields of the
south. He had gone hunting wild
strawberries with Nan Primrose on the
hills at home in North Carolina the
day he first knew that he loved her.
How beautiful she was that day in
the plain blue cotton dress which fit fitted
ted fitted her superb young figure to perfec perfection
tion perfection !i How well be remembered every
detail of that ramble over the red hills
he could hear now the whistle of a
Bob vhlte sitting on the fence near
the spring where they lunched, calling
to hi mate. As Nan nestled closer
on the old stile tbey saw the little
brown bird slip from her nest in a
clump of straw, lift her head and soft softly
ly softly answer.
"LookT Nan bad whispered excited excitedly.
ly. excitedly. 'There's her nest!"
He recalled distinctly his tremor of
sympathetic excitement as her warm
hand drew him to the spot With pe peculiar
culiar peculiar vividness he remembered the
extraordinary moisture of the palm of
her hand trembling with eager interest
as he counted the eggs twenty beau beauties.
ties. beauties. But above all memories stood
out one. As be bent close above her
he caught for the first time In his life
the delicate perfume of her dark rich
n a a. t 111 M ll .. a.
nair ana ieu me lunii 01 ius uijinerji.
"It's their little home, isn't it, Jim?"
"I hope I can build as snug a nest
for you some day. Nan!" he whispered
And when she stood silent and blush blushing
ing blushing he made the final plunge. Looking
straight into her dark eyes he had
"I love you. dear Nan!"
As she stood very still, looking down
In silence, with a throb of fear and
aching tenderness he dared to slip his
arm around her waist and kiss the
trembling Hps. And then he noticed
for the first time a deep red straw strawberry
berry strawberry stain In the corner of her mouth.
In spite of her struggles he laughingly
And then as a dreamy smile stole
Into her face sha suddenly threw her
arms around his neck in passionate
tenderness, returning with Interest ev every
ery every kiss he had taken.
Thejnan looked up and drawled his
"Yes, yes!" he shouted. "Two boxes.
Put them on the stoop and keep the
ne threw the man a silver dollar,
and the white teeth of the Italian sig signaled
naled signaled a smile of thanks as he bowed
low." lifting his dirty cap In acknowl acknowledgment.
edgment. acknowledgment. Nor was Nan's beauty merely a mem mem-ory;
ory; mem-ory; It was the living presence, the
source of the Joy that filled his soul to
overflowing today, for she had grown
more beautiful than ever since her
mother had moved to New York.
He had always believed that the real
reason in the back of Mrs. Primrose's
uhallow head for this move to the
north had been the determination to
break his engagement and make a
nore brilliant marriage for Nan. And
ik when they left he followed.
The mother had always professed for
him unbounded loyalty and admiration,
but he had never been deceived. He
knew that Mrs. Primrose lied as she
breathed politely, but continuously
by her Involuntary muscles. Day and
night since they had reached New
York she had .schemed for Nan.
She had leased a house in' the fash fashionable
ionable fashionable neighborhood of Gra mercy'
park, and to meet the extraordinary
expense begun a careful and systemat systematic
ic systematic search for rich young men to whom
she could let two floors.
Stuart was sure in his heart that Nnn
had never Joined In those plans of her
mother, though he had wished that she
might have shown a little more
strength in resisting them.
Well, he was going to win at last,
by Thomas Dixon
and the world was full of music! He
had the biggest surprise f life in
store for Nan, something no true wo woman's
man's woman's heart could resist He had suc succeeded
ceeded succeeded after Incredible difficulties In
secretly building a cottage by the sea
In Brooklyn. Its lawn sloped to the
water's edge, and a trim boat lay nod nodding
ding nodding at the dor k. Neither Mrs. I'rim I'rim-rose
rose I'rim-rose nor Nan had the faintest suspi suspicion
cion suspicion of what he had been doing.
Tomorrow lie would lead his sweet sweetheart
heart sweetheart into this holy of holies of life.
the home love had built He could see
now the smile of tenderness break
over her proud face as he should hand
her the keys and ask her to fix the
His reveries were broken by a timid
knock on the door and a faint call:
"Come in!" he cried.
"You're not a bit glad to see me,"
the soft voice snid. "I've been stand standing
ing standing out there for ages."
"Forgive me. Sunshine. I must have
been dreaming." Stuart pleaded, leap leaping
ing leaping from hi: seat and seizing her band.
"I'm awfully glad to see you!"
"Then don't call me that name
again." she pouted.
"But isn't it beautiful?"
"It would Im If my hair wasn't red
and I didn't have freckles and was
older." she protested, looking away to
hide her emotion.
"But your hair Isn't quite red, Har Harriet
riet Harriet It's Just the color of the gold
In honeycomb," he answered, gently
touching her disheveled locks. "Be "Besides,
sides, "Besides, those few little freckles are be becoming
coming becoming on your pink and white skin,
and you are nearly fifteen. Well, I'll
Just say. Mittle pal How's that?"
"That's better." she said, with a
smile and sigh.
"Oh. Jim. I've been so dreadfully
lonely since you were away! I de declare.
clare. declare. Jim. I'll die If you go away
argaln. I Just can't stand it"
Stuart smilingly took her hand.
"Lonely. .Miss Chatterbox, when that
big father of yours worships the very
ground you walk ou!"
"Yes. know he does. Jim. and I love
him. too. but you've no idea how
dreadfully still the house is when you
are gone. Oh. say, 1 want you to be
a real boarder and eat with us. Of
course you will."
"That would be very nice. dear, but
I'm sure your father would draw the
line at a real boarder. I'd never have
got thl beautiful room with that
big old fashioned oien fireplace in your
home if it hadn't happened that our
fathers fought each other in the war
and became friends one day on a big
battlefield. It's been a second home to
"Be our boarder and I'll make it a
real home for you. Jim." she pleaded.
"Ah you'll be making a real home
some day for one of those boys I saw
at your birthday party-the tall, dark
one. I think?"
"No. He doesn't measure up to my
"What ails him?"
"He's a. coward. My hero must be
brave, for I'm timid."
"Then it will be that fat blond feUow
with a Jolly laugh?"
"No; he's a fibber. My prince, when
he comes, must be truthful. It's so
hard for me always to tell the truth."
"Then it will be that dreamy look looking
ing looking one of fifteen you danced with
"No. he's too frail. My hero must be
strong, for I am weak. And he must
have a big. noble ideal of life; for mine
is very small Just a little home nest
and a baby and the love of one man!"
"I'm not sure about that being such
a very small ideal, girlie."
"But. oh. my! I've forgotten what I
camo running home for. Papa sent me
to ask you to please come down to the
factory right away. He wants to see
you on a very Important matter. It
must be awfully important. He look looked
ed looked so worried. 1 don't think ever saw
him worried before."
"I'll go at oiK-e." Stuart said.
He strode rapidly across town to toward
ward toward the Bowery, through Fourth
street, wondering what could have hap happened
pened happened to break the accustomed good
humor of the doctor.
The doctor had long since retired
from the practice of medicine as a
profession and only used it now as his
means of ministering to the wants of
his neigbliors. Ills neighbors were a
large tribe, however, scattered all the
way from the cellars and dives of Wa Water
ter Water street to the shanties and goat
ranges of the upper Harlem. Stuart
had never met a man so full of con contagious
tagious contagious health. He was a born physi physician.
cian. physician. There was healing in the touch
of his big hand. Healing liirht stream streamed
ed streamed from his brown eyes, and his iron
gray leard sparkled with it His
presence In a sickroom seemed to fill
it with waves of life, and his influence
over the patients to whom he minis ministered
tered ministered was little short of hypnotic.
Stuart found the doctor standing at
the door of his factory, shaking hands
and chatting with his employees as
they emerged from the building at the
close of a day's work. A plain old
fashioned brick structure Just off the
Bowery was this factory, and across
the- front ran a weatherbeaten sign
which had not been changed for more
than fifty years: "Henry Woodman.
The doctor's father had established
the business fifty-two years azo. and
the son. who bore his father's name,
had succeeded to its management on
his death, which occurred Just after
the return of the younger man with
his victorious regiment from their Iat
campaign with Grant before Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg and Appomattox.
He took Stuart's hand in his biz.
crushing grip and handed him a letter,
which he opened and read hastily:
No. 0 Gramercy Park.
To Dr. Henry "Woodman:
Dear Sir I must have an answer to the
proposition of the American Chemical
company before noon tomorrow. After
that hour the matter' will be definitely
closed. JNO. C. CALHOUN BIVENS.
April 2. 1S28. j
Still looking at the letter he asked:
"What does It mean?"
"An ultimatum from the chemical
trust I'll explain to you when you've
seen something of my work tonight
The first hour I want you to put In
with me at the dispensary."
Stuart's eye rested on the embossed
heading of the letter, "No. CO Gramer Gramercy
cy Gramercy park," and he slowly crushed the
paper. It was the Primrose house.
Nan's home. Her mother had suc succeeded.
ceeded. succeeded. Bivens, the new sensation in high
finance, she had established as her star
boarder in Stuart's absence; Bivens.
his schoolmate at college; Bivens. the
little razorback scion of poor white
trash from the south who had sudden suddenly
ly suddenly lecome a millionaire!
Ills blood boiled with rage. As he
turned and followed the doctor he
laughed with sudden fierce determina-
The dispensary was Woodman's hob
by. The old fashioned drug store stood
on a corner of the Bowery, and in the
rear extension, which opened on the
side street he had established what be
laughingly called his "life line," a free
dispensary where any man needing
medicine or a doctor's advice could
have it without charge if unable to
For two hours Stuart saw him min minister
ister minister with patience and skill to the
friendless and the poor: for each a
cheerful word and the warm grasp of
his big hand with the prescription.
The young lawyer watched with curi curious
ous curious interest the quickened step with
which each one left. The medicine bad
begun to work before the prescription
When the last applicant had gone
Stuart turned to the doctor:
"And what is the proposition which
the distinguished young head of the
chemical trust has made you?"
"That I sell my business to them at
their own valuation and come into the
trust or get o(T the earth."
"And you wish my advice?"
"What figure did he nama?"
"More than its cash value."
"Then you will accept, of course?"
"I would if there were not some
things that can't be reckoned In terms
of dollars and cents. If 1 take stock
In the American Chemical company 1
am a party to their methods, an heir to
. "Yet Isn't the old regime of the small
manufacturer and the retailer doom doomed?
ed? doomed? Isn't eomlilnation the new order
of modern life? Will It pay you to
fight a losing battle? Bivens is not a
man of broad culture, but he is a very
smooth young gentleman"
"He's a contemptible little scamp!"
snapped the older man. "When I took
him into my drug store six years njro
he didn't have a change of clothes.
Now he's a millionaire. How did he
get It? He stole a formula I had use.l
to relieve nervous htadahes. mixed it
in water with a little poisonous color
lng matter, pushed it into the soda
fountain trade, made his first half mil
lion, organized the American Chemical
company and blossomed Into a mag magnate.
nate. magnate. And now this little soda foun fountain
tain fountain pip threatens me with ruin unless
I Join his gang and help him rob my
neighbors. It happens that I like my
neighbors. My business is to heal the
sick, not merely to make money. Thou Thousands
sands Thousands of children die at my very door
every summer who could be saved by a
single prescription if they could get it.
That's the thought that grips me when
I begin to figure the profits in this
trade. I'm making a fair living. 1
don't want any more out of my neigh neighbors.
bors. neighbors. I've shown you some of them
'Til never forget them," Stuart
"We used to cry over Uncle Tom's
woes," the doctor continued. "And yet
there are more than 5,000,000 white
people in America today who are the
slaves of poverty, cruel and pitiless.
The black slave always had food and
shelter, clothes and medicine. My busi business
ness business is to heal the sick mind you!
Shall I give it up to exploit them?"
"But could you not use your greater
wealth for greater good if you joined
the trust?" the lawyer asked. "Won't
they make drugs more economically
than you do and drive you to the wall
at last? Isn't this new law of co-operation
the law of progress in brief, the
law of God?"
"That remains to be proved. I don't
"Well. I do, and I think that if you
fight it will be against the stars in
"I'm going to fight." was the firm
response. "The law is on my side, isn't
"The written law. yes. But you are
facing a bigger question than one of
"So I am. boy. so 1 am! That's why
I gave you a glimpse tonight of the
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"Exactly. And there are things that
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tremor in his voice as he paused.
"But I'm keeping you. It's 9 o'clock
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"Yes," Stuart answered apologetical apologetically.
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The doctor bent closer, smiling:
"I understand of course. The angels
are singing in your heart this evening
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tiful. beautiful. And yet it couldn't be meas measured
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tenderly in parting.
The smile died from the younger
man's face, and his answer was scarce scarcely
ly scarcely audible:
(To Tie Continued)
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