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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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VOL. 20.
OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 23. 1913
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ERICfll
BAN r A ASSAILED
Creek Soldiers and Officials Have
Broken the Pledge of Their
1 Government
Vienna, Austria, Sept. 23. The
Greek authorities at Koritsa, in Al Albania,
bania, Albania, have seized the American mis mis-si6n
si6n mis-si6n schools there where instruction
is given to nearly 100 Albanian girls.
The Greeks also persecuted a
large number of Albanians who re recently
cently recently returned to Koritsa from Am America
erica America and othe'r foreign countries, re-
y leasing them from detention only
when the Albanians promised to join
in the agitation for the incorporation
f the district in Greece. The Brit-
sh consul at Monaster has entered a
vigorous protest with the Greek gov-
ernment on behalf of the Americans.
The whole affair forms part of the
-flreek. terrorization of the Albanian
population with the object of corn corn-Veiling
Veiling corn-Veiling .them to agree to the inclus inclusion
ion inclusion of the whole of southern Albania
J in the kingdom of Greece. Last week
Greek officials at Korista endeavor endeavored
ed endeavored to take forcible possession of the
American mission school building but
the housekeeper in charge refused to
hand over the keys. The Greek sol soldiers
diers soldiers beat her mercilessly and then
carried her off to prison.
The mission"is in charge of Phin Phin-eas
eas Phin-eas B. Kennedy a native of Xew Jer Jersey
sey Jersey and a Princeton graduate. Mrs.
Violet B. Kennedy conducts the la ladies
dies ladies literary society, whose object is
to give the elements of education to
the women of Albania.
The American mission school in
Koritsa is under supervision "of the
Congregational church and controlle l
by the American Board of Commis Commissioners
sioners Commissioners for Foreign Missions. Am American
erican American missionaries encountered great
opposition from the Turkish author
ities, but since the close "Of the Bal
kan war the board .received assur assurances
ances assurances through the United States de department
partment department of state that the Greek gov
ernment would put no further obsta-
les in the way of its work.
LEVOX
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Levon, Sept. 22. Mr. and Mrs. C.
L Gauldlng and two daughters,
Misses Thelma and Gladys, and Mr.
C. B. Davis spent Sunday afternoon
on Xorth Lake Weir.
Mrs. T. K. Slaughter and two chil chil-i
i chil-i dren left Saturday for a months' vis-

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W it with relatives in Kentucky.

Mr. xVV. J. i-rinK was an early
morning visitor to Ocala.
Mr. J. W., Turner spent the week
end with his family in Jacksonville.
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Shaw have for
thp.r triipst Mrs. SIiaw's two sisters.

V" Misses Carrie and Ethel Coleman,

' of Orlando.
Mr. J. S. Waters, after several
days Illness with fever, is oul again.
h Mr. M. J. Roess of "Ocala and Dr.
II. A. Reaves, of Inverness, were bus business
iness business visitors Monday.
Mr. W'. II. garrison, of Ocala, was
..shaking' 'hands with his' host of
friends here Tuesday.
Mr. Willie Perry of Wildwood vis-"V'ltel-
this place Sunday.
Mr. Jim Lolly will 'move his family

iu Ills I ct 1 111 mu uuica -uiu ui jncuu
I -. n-v 4l9 T iT.
and near Pedro. Mr. Lolly will re retire
tire retire from sawmill work for the pres present,
ent, present, and will improve his farm.
Mrs. George Lovell, of Pedro, was

.Ja. visitor Saturday morning.
V Messrs. H. P. Perry, Tom Hicks,
J C L. and H. C. Gaulding visited
Ocala Saturday-night.
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Weir Sunday afternoon.
Messrs. M. M. Proctor, Sr., M. M.
"
Proctor, J., Alfred Proctor, Jr., and
Tom Proctor were among the out-of-

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21: Jewel Hamilton Watch
20 year Gold Filled Case warranted to pass
railroad inspection

A lew more specials In Unredeemed Pledges of
Diamonds, Watches, and Jewelry of all discriptions

town visitors to the W. O. V meet meeting
ing meeting Thursday night.
Mr. C. L. Gaulding an! two daugh daughters,
ters, daughters, Misses Thelma and Gladys, and
son, B. J. and Mr. C. B .Davis tour toured
ed toured io-Ocala Sunday afternoon for a
joy ride.

Tilly CHIEF WILL
E TO TESTIFY
Sulzer Will Force the Xew York Doss
to Cio On the Witness
Stand
Albany, X. Y., Sept. 23 Governor
Sulzer's legal staff resumed action
yesterday afternoon, when the court
of high impeachment, which last
week began his trial for alleged high
crimes and misdemeanors, was called
to order by presiding Judge Cullen.
Charles F, Murphy, leadeof Tam Tammany
many Tammany Hall, whom Governor Sulzer
accuses of having instigated his im impeachment,
peachment, impeachment, will be forced to take the
witness stand virtually in his own
defense before the impeachment trial
u over. Sulzer will take the stand
and his story will compel attorneys
fcr the impeachment managers tc
call the Tammany leader. The gov governor's
ernor's governor's friends profess to know that
no influence can prevent him from
testifying in event that the consti constitutional
tutional constitutional objection raised by his at attorneys
torneys attorneys to prevent the case from
coming to trial are overrulei.
A growing spirit of confidence is
manifest among the Sulzer adherents.
The fact that the board of managers
U attempting to pass additional im impeachments
peachments impeachments is proof, according to the
governor's friends, that they fear
(they have not made a case.
Trial Will Settle Many Important
Legal Questions
A small army of representatives
of law schools and universities from
all over the world Is following the
case closely and preparing exhaustive
reports.
These men are attracted here be because
cause because of the few precedents which at attorneys
torneys attorneys have to site in cases of im impeachment.
peachment. impeachment. Xot since 1806 has there
been, an impeachment case in Eng-
land an; onlv seven are on record in
uie unite, states. Jiany .points wnicn ;
TT 1 A. Jl
are being covered in the Sulzer trial
never were raised in previous cases.
Long weeks have been spent by at
torneys for both sides and members

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of the court of appeals studying ev-!or

ery phase of all past
cases.
impeachment
ANOTHER .MONGREL ALLIANCE

- ,'.s t. t .'land schools cloed until the noon
Turks and Rularians Seem to beLana -cnoois cio.ea until tne noon

Getting Together
Cologne, Sept. 23. According tc
the'eorrespondent of the Cologne Ga Gazette
zette Gazette at Constantinople, the foreign
ambassadors to Turkey believe it.
quite possible For the Turkish and
Bulgarian armies to come to an
agreement to operate jointly against
Greece if that nation refuses the con conditions
ditions conditions of peace proposed by Turkey.
The Turkish government newspaper
advances' the same idea. General
Michael Savoff, commander-in-chief
of the Bulgarian army, is in Con Constantinople.
stantinople. Constantinople. DATE OF WET OR
DRY ELECTION IN DADE
Miami, Sept: 23. Acting on the!
i netitiort of some nine hundred regis-!
'tered voters of 'the county, the board
'of county commissioners called aj
meeting yesterday to determine it
'liquor shall be sold in Dade county,
and set the date of the election at
October 30th.
What Day Do You Think It Is? tf

STRIVING TO BE
A COUNTY SEAT

Live and Improving Town is the
Metropolis of Eastern Levy
Uliston, Sept. 23. The town i
council has ordered Xoble avenue
paved from the Seaboard depot to
i the A. C. L.. depot, which has just
been completed. This will connect
the two depots with a hard surfaced
road and will be the main thoro-i
ughfare of the town. j
Thomas W. Price, superintendent
of public instruction of this county,
has just completed a handsome
bungalow on his lot on Xoble ave.
G. G. Jackson has ordered the ma
terial for a $4,000 bungalow and is i
going to erect one of the nicest
homes in the city.
Work is progressing rapidly on the
new Baptist church. The building
is being made of pressed brick and
has a splendid location.
Williston Manufacturing Com Company
pany Company expects to begin its work on the
new cold storage plant soon. The
old building was entirely too small
and had to be torn down. The new
building will be of brick and will ;
i ri a, :
nave tetfveiai iuiis i-apai-iij. rur me
last two winters the cold storage
nlnnt was .rnu.rWl nnrt a Int of rnt!
had to be shipped to Ocala
an1
riiPsv1P. hilt s7ifh will nnf ho thP
case this winter.
Williston is not?ed for the produc-
tion of pork, as well as being the
, . ..
largest cucumber shipping point in
the state
,T .
Mr. V. M. Stafford has opened a
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jou jiriuiiiis oiuce. iie aiso experts
to publish a newspaper.
MAYOR (JAYXOR'S MEMORY
Honored in the Greatest
Funeral Ever Held in
Xew York
Public
Xew York, Sept. 23. Xew York
yesterday paid its last tribute to the
late Mayor William J. Gaynor. The
j ...,. .. ;
uei eaiuiiies riusea wiia ins iinerjUieii i
! in nrpPnwnnfl rpmtprv tliP nin:t im.
aLLUlu
iTocsivc pvpr nnrnrr1p1 nnv mnn in
lill I H I II III IS ill Mil I II -A (i I M I I I'M
Ten thniis;nn.1 mpn anrl wnmpn
lined Broadway and the adjacent
streets between the city hall and
Trinity church, many showing traces'
'
gnei. a remarKaoie iea
r ; i? i i t r
ture was the grief of the common
people.
nno hnnHrpH t h r,i, o n vmu-.H fv,0
remains while they' were lying in
stntp in thp ritv hall nnsinpci tiniKPsi
'hour.
DUNNELLON DOTS
(Advocate)
Dunnellon thinks her new white
dress is very becoming.
Death has claimed Edfth, the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Saun Saunders
ders Saunders at the age of twelve years. She
had been ill for several weeks with
typhoid malaria and she died, Sun
day morning at five o'clock. The I
funeral was held Monday morning
and interment was in the cemetery
ac Rockwell. The sorrowing parents!
have the sympathy of the entire com-;
munity in heir bereavement. j
Misses Winnie Tucker and Agnes J
Zetrower are the charming guests of
Mrs. Harrv Peter.
The new school hon.e is beeinninz
(to assume definite shape. The trus-
tees of this district were in Ocala;
Friday in consultation with archi-j
tects, and plans and specifications!
'will be prepared immediately upon j
which bids for construction will be
asked for. The plans call for a thoro-
ughly modern building, heated by

WHY PAY
MORE?
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B. (MIAN
OCALA, FLORID

steam and sanitary in every respect.
Construction will probably begin
within a month.

Mrs. D. B. Kibler and daughter!
Miss Lucile, Veft Tuesday for South South-erland,
erland, South-erland, where Miss Lucile will enter
S6uthern College.
Miss Mamie Pedrick is at home
after a visit to relatives in Ocala.
Mrs. R. H. Sanders and daughter
Mamie Ruth, are at home, after a
summer srent in the mountains.
CVirlvlP Hpllph sftpr nf nnrn in o
in Miami, for awhile, came to the
conclusion that Dunnellon was the
best place after all, and is again at
his old stand.
j With the wet and dry election out
j of the way the attention of the vot vot--
- vot-- ers of Dunnellon naturally turns to
the primary election which is to be
held October 1. Mayor Boswell has
. announce 1 himself a candidate for
J reelection, and is the first in the
; field. Chairman Rush so far has de
cline! to make the race again, and
i Ir Pnpnn'itfh ia n Honrlnrcnn.
... 4 i
: ville. No doubt there will be other
... . ..
candidates in the field as the time!
for the primary draws near.
TRAP WAS SET FOR TOM
Iake County People Much Excited
" Over Attempt to Murder Mar- ?
I
shal at Leesbur"
-
Tampa, Sept. 22. A Special to the
Times from Leesburg says:. The;
"i iy ai- ;-i a lever oi;
-. i -. it.: : i
excitement over the effort made yes-
terday to assassinate Marshal H. L.
AUI'" a e5'. wuu.
had Torian decoved to the edge oi
Iltu AUIia" ueLUiBJ lu b
town an firel upon him from am-1
buh Marshal Tcrian is eriouslv
uu-n- Jirfiaan ltlwu 1S -ei,ouii,.
nerhans fatallv wounded, and iiossp? i
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of citizens are scouring the country'
in search for Gary and his pal.
If 1
! they are caught they are likely to re-j
1 ceive speedy punishment for their i
act Four negroes, arrested by offi-,-
. cers, as having possible connection
I with the shooting, are in jail at the!
'county seat, Tavares. They are ac
cused cf bein?' accomplices of Gary.
t ii i 1 1 a i a il
11 15 generally ueueveu uiac uie ei-
fort to assassinate Marshal Tonan
was nlannpd hv a nnmhpr of npgrrn
1 : ,--
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ouenuers against me law. resteraaj
aUUUl .oU U no.K a uera Weill lOi
1 A. O.Ort -.! A. A.
i - t
t ai uai xuiiaii ciii.-t luiu una liiai
. if--,i t.;ot. .,.1 .1. o
! r,., v,:-,. ..
ai.v nu ucaicu mm scvcicij, ana
oUered to pilot the marshal to where
Gar' was supposed to be in a house, j
The marshal accompanied the negro;
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J. Tr .T fll n S WMVr T 1 1 TnP H H PP WMrf-'
j - : .J : i 17
! '-lI v aa s"i''iU5"J LU uc
Iene3 fire upon Torian from am-j
! bush vvith.a shotgun. The marshal!
' e11 in the roadway and Gary, Joined
! v thp nthpr npo-rn ran awnv from
! the Place. The shot attracted atten
firm anrl thp marshal was fniinr.

dangerously wounded, the load of!vces-
shot having entered his body. He; Dr. Boozer, self and laborer,
was taken to his home. The doctors j "r. Walter Hood, self and laborer,
say he has a chance to recover. I Marcus Frank, entire force or
Posses were organized and the Franks store,
search begun. Descriptions of Gary s- T- Sistrunk. self and man.
and the other negro have been sent! B- H- Seymour, self, auto and two

broadcast and it is believed they willileains

be captured.
WE ARE THE PEOPLE
That put the cream, in ice cream.

Ten cent fountain service. Pint 25;!eanis-

cents; quart 40 cents, to take home'
with you. "The Store Accommodat-!
i
ing." 9-20-6t
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
' Marion-Dunn Lodge Xo. 19. F..&I
A. M. meets on the first and thiru
I Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
C. E. Simmons. W. M.
Jake Brown. Secretary. Ad
Use Scott tissue towels and save
laundry bills. They are sanitary.
The Murray Company. S-20-tf
EXTRA

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RYAiJ DOESN'T

USE HIS !? :

;
.
To rcund Libraries cr to Uuy Legis-
Iatures, hut to Educate
Young Men
Washington, Sept. 23. During ai
brief defense of Secretary Bryan's j
lecture tours. Senator Martine told j
the Senate that some of Mr. Bryan's i
"fixed charges" were the education
ct several young men.
"A few years ago Mr. Bryan was
from Japan," declared Mr. Martine, :
"and today 1 believe he is educating
three or your young men.
After his statement on the Senate
floor, Mr. Martine said:
"I have not talked with Mr. Bryan
but I believe he is now educating and
x. i
supporting at least four young stu-!
, ,. , ;, ,'
uenis. i teiieve iuriner inai oui oi
his own pockf' he is supporting a
missionary in every independent for foreign
eign foreign missionary field."
PUBLIC-SPIRITED PEOPLE
Honor Roll of Volunteers for the
j Blitchton Road Working
Dr. J. E. Chace with man atfd
r.a
mi.
j J2he urown, sen, io uiafe.
F- W. Ditto, self and auto and two
- JL
faamc
' Dr. L. H. Von Lngelken, self, auto
ind laborer.
-Mrs. J. R. Moorhead, aid serving
dinner.
Mrs. Ola Potter, same as above.
Mrs. B. H. Seymour, as above.
Mrs S. T. Sistrunk, s-ame as above
Mrs. Mae Bingham, same as above, j
Mrs. F. W. Ditto and Mrs. Mamie
Kox, dinner tor te? and assistau-v.
--lrs- A- M- Lansford, twenty-five
1 sandwiches.
Mrs. W. II. Anderson and daugn-
er. dinner for twelve.
Mrs. J. C. Howell, assist with din-
I r.er.
V. C. Blanchard, se:f.
Joseph P. Taylor, self.
son and
i r;jiiii;. sir. iaiui uvea on iiiu umi-u-
.
inn rr.a 1.
Perry Edwards,-colore J, self and i
H. A. Fausett. solf and two teams.
J. G. Kichline.
C. A. Scandrett.
S. Hickel.
Ocala Evening Star.
V. T. Gary, mule .and wagon and i
r
i J. i
Phillips, mule and wagon
!an;1 auto
I R. S.
&- ADDOll,
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professional "ser-
H. C. Jones, self, auto and eight!
nen.
A. J. Leavengood, self.
R. C. Loveridge, seif.
El Carmich'.el, .elf and
two
Capt. Tucker. Do his best.
W. F. Biesch. laborer.
H. S. Chambers, laborer.
D. S. Welsh, self.
C. L. Anderson, self and laborer.
Ocala Heights Dairy, team.
H. H. Whitworth, self and mau.
Mrs. W. V. Xewsom. assist with
inner.
Ocala Lumber & Supply Co., team
land driver, probably two.
Ocala Boy Scouts.
J. W. Coulter, self, two hands, one
double team.
Maricn Hardware Company, H. B.
Clarkson and twelve men with shov-

15 Jewel Elgin or WaKham Movement
20 year Gold Filled Case

S VI ALL SIZE LADIES' Gold

j Gold Watches al very low prices.

els, and one automobile for. use dur during
ing during the day.
J. T. Burgess, self.

S. Finkney, self.
litch, auto, family and while
L. M. Murray, laborer.
M. Fished, son and force.
The Carmichael & Son Co.. one
, v, .
double team and two men.
j. i. Edwards, self and three la-
borers
Charles Fishel.
C. E. Hightower.
A. G. Gates and auto.
C. L. Fox. self or laborer.
Mclver & MacKaj. two teams and
i drivers.
D. E. Mclver, two laborers and
i
sen.
Roberts, one laborer and
selj"
i Hayes & liuynn. one man.
C. L. Sistrunk, one laborer.
Herman Warshauer, self or man.
B. Goldman, laborer.
Joseph Malever, self and buggy.-
J. Y. AVin, laborer.
Carlisle Drugstore, two laborers.
Dr. Boozer, five men.
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, one la laborer.
borer. laborer. F. P. Gadsen. one laborer.
Tompkins & Ccbb, double team
land driver.
Jerry Burnett, on man.
D. W. Goodwin, $1.
. Dodson & Rentz, one man.
C. J. Johnson, one man.
C. L. Izlar, self and auto.
R. F. Rogers, self and one man.
G. R. Smith, one day.
D. M. Barco, self.
W. K. Zewadskl, self and laborer.
C. W. Smith, self and man.
O. W. Ray. one man.
J. P. Galloway, self and two labor laborers.
ers. laborers. Cash, 11.23.
C. E. Connor, self and man.
Wm. M. Gober. one day or ?1.
L. A. Snow, one man.
Alfred Ayer, $1.
E. T. Helvenston, one day.
Knight & Lang; two laborers, two
n.ules and wagon.
W. L. Colbert, self and auto
Pax'er Cam, one-horse team-, V
F. A. Davies, self and auto-
Carter's Bakery, two men and 100
loaves of bread.
G. F. Williams, self and auto.
L. W. Harley &. Bro., 3e'u, pick
land shovel.
t T .
.i. rv. ufwty, jseji au uue man
L. F. Ballard, self one day..
A. E. Burnett, self and laborer.
tV. H. Anderson, self and three
i ...
sens, two-norse wagon ana ail nec necessary
essary necessary tools.
J. A. Morris', Jr.. and three men.
M. A. TenEyck, self and laborer.
J. T. Hall. self.
Fred J. Burden self and team.
Charles E. French, self.
Henry Gordon, $1.50..
Z. C. Chambliss, self auto and
teams.
James Duffy, one day. 1 r
Jim Duffy, one day.
J. M. Whisenant and son, one day.
R. C. Muncaster, self, labor, moral
support.
William Butler.
Mr. Pfifer.
W. J. Xelson, self.
Mason Snelling. self.
G. T. Liddon, self, double team
and man.
J. W. Jenkins and team.
Toe Potter and team.
Gordon Moorhead, services.
Gordon Sinclair, services.
B. Mcintosh.
Dr. F. E. McClane, self, auto and
man. v
L. S. Light, self and three men.
F. G. B. Weihe. self.
Mrs. F. G. B, Weihe, self.
F. E. Weihe.
Mrs. P. V. Leavengcod, help.
Dr. Blitch, auto, family and outfit.
Xathan Mayo, self, auto, double
team and driver.
(Concluded on Seventh Page)
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THE OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY.
SEPTEMBER 23, 1913
FUN'EIiAL OF C. O. JONES
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OCALA OCCURRENCES I
& :

Elks meet this evening.
SOdd Fellows meet tonight, i r
JVU. of A. mets Thursday night.
Board of Trade Thursday night.
Woodmen meet Friday evening.
Board of governors of the Board
of Trade will meet this evening.
v
What Day Do You Think It Is? tf
Oysters will soon be ripe.
""The Store Accommodating." 9-20
What Day Do You Think It Is? tf
Major I. N. Withers of Lochloosa,
Is in the city.
You should discard that straw hat.
See Waterman for the latest soft
Jiata and derbies. 9-22-tf
Mr. F. B. Beckham has returned
from a business trip to Boca Grande.
What Day Do You Think It Is? tf
Excellent values In shirt waists
may now be had at Klein's Ten Day
Sale for 49c. to 98c. 9-17-t
Mr. W. II. .McRainey of Wildwood
Is a business visitor in town.
3Ir. David H. Klrkland, secretary
and treasurer of the Oklawaha Farms
Co., was in' town today.
The Hart, Schaffner & Marx ready
to wear clothing need no introduc
tion in Ocala. Waterman is exclus
Ive agent for this superior line. 9-22
What Day Do You Think It Is? tf
Mr. G. W. Neville of Dunnellon
was in town today.
New books arriving every few
days at The Murray Company. 9-20tf
In buying drugs here you are al always
ways always sure of tested quality abso absolute
lute absolute parity standard strength, be because
cause because you're entitled to theni. Gerigls
.drag stores. 9-20-tf
AVhat Day Do You Think It Is? tf
31r. Woods, of the Jake Brown
wholesale grocery, has rented) one :of
the new C. V. Roberts cottages. ,-
All the late shapes and shades in
r men's fall hats are just in at Water Waterman's.
man's. Waterman's. Get yours now. 9-22-tf :
ilr. and Mrs. T. W. Randall of
Graham ville were in town today.
'A ldt tdI new Hart, Schaffner &
'Mark suits just in at Waterman's.
They're the very latest designs.
Come and look then over. 9-22-tf
Air. R. M. Blair, the efficient sec section
tion section foreman at Oklawaha,' was in
town Saturday.
Wha
:-ouThink It Is? tf
VI r. W. L. Godwin has resigned his
,tosition as superintendent ofMhe
lVa 1 T fl o T Vq 'fi 1 Qthrna Pnmr,onir?c
properties in the Iairfield section,
and Mr. G. A. Osteeft of High Springs
lias taken charge. I Mr. Godwin has
Tiad the management of these prop
erties for about
13io.se who have hat
ight years and
occasion to come
In business or social contact with
MUm will regret that he has decided
to move to another section of the
stale.
What Day Do You Think It Is? tf
Chii?f Henry Chase of the Miatal
Hre department, is in the city for a
'Short visit. He Is on his way home
from New York, where he has been
-attending the annual meeting of the
American Fire Chiefs, and stopped
over here to meet Mrs. Chase, who
lias been visiting her relatives since
Ills departure, and they will return
borne In a day or two. Chief Chase
Itas cm several occasions offered val valuable
uable valuable assistance to our fire depart department
ment department and is held in very high esteem
by Chief Chambers and his men.'Onej
or the perquisites of the Miami
chiefs office is an annual vacation of
;st month with pay and actual expens expenses
es expenses wlille attending the chiefs' conven-
What Day Do You Think It Is? tf
Mr. W. W. Harris returned last
ulsht from RQnTBt Ga., and Meridian,
ZSxss.. where'--hf accompanied his
acta and daughtetp-sChool.
gxall tootiL-4ter"ar""1erfect den-
"ixiSce. antiseptic and deodorant; 25c
-jjbes, at Gerig's drug stores. 8-29

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MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS

The Murray Company has purchas purchased
ed purchased a large stock of violins, guitars,
mandolins, banjos and accordions,
and a complete stock of strings and
trimmings for all musical instru instruments.
ments. instruments. The stock will be on display
during the present week. 9-22-3td
Go by the Board of Trade rooms
and see what a convenient and useful
place it is for all the people of Mar Marion
ion Marion county. Secretary Rooney has
had seats put. in front of the doors
with a special view to the comfort of
any of our country friends who may
come in at a time the rooms are
closed, or desire to sit ard rest and
watch the streets at any time. He
has had a stand made for the west
window for display of the fruits oi
Industry of the tomato club, and in inside
side inside the room is filled with things
for the convenience, comfort and in information
formation information of the people. The Board
of Trade is a great institution and it
is difficult to see how Marion county
has gone without it so long.
Many important matters are to be
discussed at the Board of Trade
meeting Thursday evening. If you
are a member, arrange your affairs
so you can go.
Prices have been reduced on the
entire stock during the Ten Day
Sale now going on at Klein's big
store west of the courthouse. 9-17-6t
They are worth looking at even if
you don't buy those nobby Hawes
and John B. Stetson hats at Water Waterman's
man's Waterman's haberdashery. 9-22-tf
County Commissioner Watkins of
Dunnellon came to town yesterday,
and accompanied Commissioner Da
vis to the southern end of the county
to look over the roads in that sec
tion. This morning, Mr. Watkins,
Mr. Davis, Secretary Rooney, Mr F
W. Ditto and several others went out
the Blitchton road to the county line
to look over the road and make fur
ther plans for the big workingof
Oct. 16.
What Day Do You Think It Is? tf
Hill Thomas, who was tried and
convicted in Judge Smith's court yes
terday of violating the game law,
has appealed his case to' the circuit
court.
"The Store Accommodating." 9-20
The civil suit between A. J. Ken
nedy and J.. B. George for the pos
session of a cold, in Judge Smith's
court Monday, resulted in a mistrial.
School will open soon. Have your
children the books they need? You
can get them now and avoid the
rush later at The Murray Co". 9-20-tf
What Day Do You Think It Is? tf
Messrs. Joseph Bell and O. B.
Howse have gone on a fishing expe expedition,
dition, expedition, their destination being points
below Inverness. They will return
home tomorrow.
Ladies' wash dresses, $1.50 to $2
values, for 98c. at Klein's Ten Day
Sale. 9-17-6t
DR. W K. LASTS Specialist, Eye
mil Throat. Office Law
Ubrary Building, Ocala. Adv.
What Day Do You Think It Is? tf
DEMONSTRATION
DAY.
TUESDAY, the 23rd. will be
Demonstration Day at our
store.
We will have a surprise for
you In the way of a treat..
Don't fail to come.. If you are
not a customer of ours, come
nnv-u-nv Va V 1 1 Irmlr fcili
you between the hours of
three and five.
Our next demonstration will
be on THURSDAY the 2nd of
October, at the same hours.
n K TEA-POT
GRUClKY
1 OCALA, FLA.

The funeral services of Mr. C. O.

Jones were held this morning from j
the Catholic church. A few minutes j
before 10 o'clock the body was tak taken
en taken from Mr. E. C. Smith's undertak undertaking
ing undertaking rooms to St. Philips' Catholic
church, where a great many friends
and relatives had gathered to pay
their last respects. Father Bottola Bottola-cio,
cio, Bottola-cio, the pastor, conducted the beauti beautiful
ful beautiful and impressive funeral rites of
his" church, and from tha church the
body was followed by a long proces procession
sion procession to Greenwood cemetery where it
was laid to rest with a short service
at the grave. The' funeral as con conducted
ducted conducted by Mr. E. C. Smith and his
son and assistant, Mr. Wilbur Smith,
was a very beautifully arranged one.
The casket was a very handsome one
of black broadcloth, the grave was
lined in snow white cloth and there
were many lovely flowers. The good
priest paid a lovely tribute to the
life of the departed member and in
his remarks did but voice the feel
ings of all who knew Mr. Jones. His
long life was filled with kindliness
and good "deeds and no greater trib tribute
ute tribute could have been paid to his mem
ory than the deep grief of his little
grandchildren who have spent a
great part of their young lives with
"Grandpa Jones," for verily, no one
is a better judge of triie goodness of
the heart than a little child.
Mr. S. P. Hollinrake received the j
sad news today of the death of his
brother in Delaware. It was a great
shock as Mr. Hollinrake did not
even know that his brother was
sick.
The Ocala National Bank has;
started a series of advertisements!
that will be certain to please its j
patrons. It is a description of thej
Panama canal, given out in hand
some booklets, the first of which
was issued this morning. It is an
elegant aninstnrctTre-plan as well
as something new.
A note from Anthony this morn
ing announced the departure of Miss
Kate HillmanTone of that' flourishing
community's piWty young ladies, to
w a I
be married, but dm not give her des
tination or the ijfame of I the lucky
man.
Thp Flnrirln Titlo Xr Ahstrnot fVt
and Mr. R; CMuncaster movedf fieir
crficstftday from the-east wing of I
the Ocala House to the new Bierman
building on the south side of the gov
ernment square. The new offices of
these firms wJll be better in ; many j
respects, more roomy and more con
veniences.
Mr. E. T. Porter, once a citizen of
Ocala, but now a resident of Lady
Lake, wai in the city yesterday. He
is a first-rate business man and may
return to Ocala some day.
The fact that we must have more
room for our new fall stock will save
many dollars to those who take ad
vantage of the Ten Day Sale at
Klein's. 9-17-6t
Mr. W. O. Massey returned from
Atlanta yesterday and stopped in
Ocala on his way to Lake Weir. His
eyesight is somewhat improved by
his last visit to a specialist. Mrs.
Massey is in Talladega, Ala.
A license to fill prescriptions is
not all perfection demands. Perfect
quality of ingredients, absolute ac
curacy in compounding, a complete,
fresh, well-kept stock these are all
necessary to prescription perfection.
You get them all at Gerig's drug
stores. 9-20-tf
Mr. C. H. Stewart came up
Monday from Bradentown, where he
holds a position on the Journal, to
visit his brother, Prof. George Ste
wart, and attend to business affairs.
The first shipment of millinery for
the fall season to reach Ocala is now
on display at Klein's Big Store.
Pretty ready-to-wear felts in all the
latest shapes and shades. Shipments
received twice a week by ex express.
press. express. 9-1 7-6t
The special meeting of the, county
commissioners yeiterday decided that
Marion county
ity, and that
et by 90 major-
Du
nellon was dry.
Sheriff Gallow
nee ordered the
Dunnellon saloons
close, and for
the first time sine
its foundation
the phosphate cit
is legally hoqfce-
LSS.
Mr. Oscar Hightower of Candler
was in town yesterday.
'The Store Accommodating." 9-20
Messrs. A. W. and Oliver Fort of
Mosf Bluff were in town yesterday.
Mrs. McManus,
Dress Maker,
209 Orange Ave. 9-2 2-3 3 1
What Day Do You Think It Is? tf

We

these
money
nnn
made and
tor these
JJXi
USE STAR WANT ADS

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Monday aipi

have five Specials
two days that are
savers.

These goods will be on

the entire two days: nvM

SPECIAL NO. 1:

Japanese Matting Art Squaresr'-Sxl
feet, these squares are selling at $4.00 elsewhere,

UJt!a II CS,

Only one to a customer. :
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SPECIAL NO. 2:,,-.
Thin Glass Blown Table TumblersWJl1
size, and never sells for less than 30 '.cerit-' J V
a set, at set of 6 for only

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Limit two sets to a customer.!

SPECIAL NO. &

Royal English Long Cloth, yard wide,
put up in 10 yard pieces, very soft, laliper
piece of 10 yards

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, Only one piece to a customer.
SPECIAL NO. 4:
Big Ben Alarm Clocks, these do
need an introduction they are the;

sell for $2.50 everywhere
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Only one to a customer.

SPECIAL NO. 5: ? ft
Japanese Matting Rugs, size 27x51 ;
inches, a real 50c value and always useful,

two days, only :
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Limit three to a customer.

Everything advertised as above will WVvj i
on sale. These are articles that yonfixsTM-H
every day. Don't miss them. iJtCi i:

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THE OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 2:, 1913

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BOARD OP TRADE CAN BE

AX INFORMATION BUREAU

SHAKESPEARE I'LAY

IN THE CI (JAR CITY

The GLAD HAND goes out to the man who has
money in the Bank. Money in the bank enables you
to carry out your plans and to get others to join
you in an enterprise. Try to put through a deal
without some MONEY of YOUR OWN; you will fail.
Try it with SOME MONEY that is yours; you will
succeed. r.i
AkT 1- 1 1 3 1 1 1 4 T T T T T-i m -r -r

f vve snaii giaaiy Auvi IUU on business
1 (matters any time, free of charge.

DO YOUR BACKING WITH US

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We Pay 4 per ccnl Interest d Savings Accounts

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Send Notice of Rooms to Let to the
Secretary
Editor Star: It appears to me
that one of the most effective ways to
be able to direct the winter visitor
and tourist will be by adopting some

system whereby I am able to give'

them definite and satisfactory infor information.
mation. information. Hence I take this method

of appealing to the people of Ocala.
Let every one that has extra rooms
J and is willing to let them be 'oc 'occupied,
cupied, 'occupied, to either telephone, or come
; to the Board. of Trade and give me
i this information, so that I can issue
j a monthly bulletin giving this in de-
tail, so that when people make in in-;
; in-; quiry I will be in a position to direct
them to these places. I will keep a
regular book containing these lists,
I which will show each location, rates

and conditions. This will enable ap applicants
plicants applicants to intelligently decide just
what they want, and will also place
me as secretary of. the Board of
Trade to direct each inquirer. i
Please don't neglect this important
matter, but let we have this at once
as many are making application, as

they pass, f

well as stopping in as

looking for locations.
J. D. Rooney, Secretary

Tampa Tribune: A newly organ organized
ized organized company of Shakspearian play-!
ers, heaaei by Mr. Edouard D'Oize, I
apj eared in two performances at the!
Greeson theater yesterday, receiving!

a most approving welcome at both
matinee and night presentations. Mr.
D'Oize is not a stranger to Tampa
audiences and there was keen inter interest
est interest among those who have admired
him in stock productions in his re reappearance
appearance reappearance as "Shylock" in the
"Merchant of Venice." This gifted
actor has spared no-expense in stag staging
ing staging his present production and with
entirely new scenery and costumes,
gave a most pleasing presentation of
the familiar story. Thoroughly at
home in the part, revealing the clos closest
est closest study not only of the histrionic,
but the psychological and ethical
elements of one of Shakespeare's
greatest characters, Mr. D'Oize em embodies
bodies embodies a consumate "Shylock," leav leaving
ing leaving undeveloped not one of the sub subtile
tile subtile touches of artistry which por portray
tray portray an unforgettable character fig figure
ure figure in the English drama. As the
self-serving Jew, the cringing Jew,
the triumphant Jew and finally, the
crushed and broken-hearted Jew,

ACCIDENT TO MRS. McELROY

! pleading the persecution and yet as as-j
j as-j serting the righteousness and inde inde-i
i inde-i pendence of his race, he gave to the
j role its every delicate shade of feel feel-i
i feel-i ins. his rendition beine: nartimlarlv

All her Ocala friends will be very notabIe fcr ciearness Gf enunciation
sorry to hear of a painful accident in the reading of the iines and a flex flex-that
that flex-that happened Sunday evening to ihiHh. nf vm- whfn1 narr.a nartant

at Daytona ,y the impression sought by the im

mortal dramatist who conceived and

McElroy

J Mrs. Sylvan
i Beach.

, xji. auu -u1S. -"u,, wiU6 iiume. wrotc. the. 1)ay

i is in kji iiiiuu, ncic x l nits ueauu uu at.

(Mrs. McElroy s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
John Dozier of Ocala. Sunday night,
! Mrs. McElroy lit the burner of a

(Di Are

Invited

to

Demoiistrafion

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SOUTH BEND

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' Preferable

D'Oize is supported by Miss

Eugenia Flagg and a capable com company,
pany, company, which, while not without its
weak noints. avoided trip nftpntimps

small gasoline stove, in order to heat ludricous deficiencies of the provin provin-water.
water. provin-water. The gasoline caught fire, ca, ShakeSpearian production. Of
and when the blaze flared up Mrs. striking merit in the supporting com

pany is Mr. Ralph Bradley, whose

Prestige audi Standing
Discriminating business men have long appreci appreciated
ated appreciated the advantages of using this tank as a deposi depository.
tory. depository. :.y
Efficient service and conservative management,
combined with exceptional facilities for transacting
all branches of banking, have gained for this bank
its high prestige and standing.
THE
Ocala National' Bank :;;
IWIi EI) STATES DEPOSITORY

Fall Millinery Opening
Announcement
Our Annual Il:Iay of Millinery will be belt! on
Monday and Tuesday,
September, 29, and 30
and we invite the ladies to call and insert the line.
Haycraft & DeCamp

McElroy was severely tho not dan

gerously burned.
Her injuries were at once attended
to, and tho she has suffered much
pain, she is not disabled. Dr. and
Mrs. McElroy will accompany Mr.

Next to Master's
OCALA FLORIDA.

"Gratiano" is a clear-cut and refresh-j
ing rendition. Mr. Salisbury, the
"Bassanio" of the cast, has only to
learn that a clear enunciation is es

sential to a nrnnpr flnnrf'intinTi rf i A

,r T that part to make tor himself a verv
morrow, andv Mrs. McElroy will re- 0.ir.ff t r.
' . ,r satisfactory interpretation. Mrs.
main with her parents while Dr. Mc- tvr- n i
. n D Oize, well -known to Tampa audi-

ciru accuuipames ur. 11. s. uuzier

ARIRI0UMCE1EMT

and wife to Xew York. It had been

j the plan of both Mrs. McElroy and,
Mrs. H. C. Dozier to, go to. Gotham
land share the delights of shopping

in the new world's biggest city while

their husbands attended lectures in
the medical schools, but the accident
to the former lady somewhat disar disarranged
ranged disarranged the program.

epfember 22 to 27, 1913,

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HOSPITAL NOTES

en:es' gave a very clear presentation
01 "Jessica."
The company is to tour, the coun country,
try, country, and the many Tampa friends of
the star will wish for it unstinted
success.
The "Merchant of Venice" will be
presented.rby Mr. D'Oize; and his com company
pany company at the Temple next Thursday
evening. Tickets now on sale at the
Court Fharmacy.

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Ocala, Florida.

Mrs. Emma Fort of Oklawaha and
Mr. Sam Dillard of Summerfield en

tered the hospital today for treat

ment.
. Mrs. Paschall, who has been an in inmate
mate inmate of the hospital for several
weeks, will leave for her home at

You are invited to an exhibit and demonstration of the most wonder

ful range ever made. The flues of this Grange are made tf PatpntPrt tcav.

fstpne Copper Bearing Aluminum-Fused, 'letal. The South Bend Malle-

lable has many other remarkable feitiires, Jut this one alone makes it

the most desirable range ever put on "the market. A pleasant time is as-

red all visitors, and manyx useful souvenirs, will be given away.

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Anthony tomorrow.

CAUGHT A HUGE CAT

Last Monday while fishing in the
Oklawaha river, H. E. Roseberry of

the Anderson, Pharmacy, Ocala, land landed
ed landed a 28-pound channel catfish. Mr.

; Rosebery tells us that he thought he

had hooked a whale from the fight
the fish gave him but after a hard
tussel he landed the beauty into the
boat. Mr. Roseberry had the fish
frozen in a cake of ice and exhibited
his catch in the drug store show win window.
dow. window. Summerfield Chronicle.
Mr. Roseberry has the big fish on
exhibition in .the Anderson Pharm Pharmacy
acy Pharmacy window, and it' attracts much attention.

Mr. Oscar Cason, a well known A.
C. L. CDniuctor, who is now located

j at Homosassa, is in the city shaking
hands with his many friends, having

just returned from a pleasant vaca vacation
tion vacation spent with relatives in South
Carolina, where his family now are.
Mr. Casbn found some photographs
taken of Lakeland twenty years ago.
while in Carolina, and the Telegram
will hae cuts made of same and let
our readers see what Lakeland look looked
ed looked like at that time, as they are in indeed
deed indeed interesting relics. Lakeland
Telegram.

IMPORTANT
All members of the

Methodist

It gives us great pleasure to announce
that we have secured the services of
Mr. S. 0. Williams as manager of our
Fountain and Ice Cream Department.
Mr. Williams is an expert in his linet
having established a reputation in one
of the finest fountains in the East.
We are fortunate in securing his, ser services,
vices, services, as thus we can maintain the
high standard of excellence one would
naturally expect from our magnificent
equipment. Always yours to serve,
ANDERSON PHARMACY
"THE STORK ACCOMMODATING"

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A MUCH WANTED NEGRO

With every range sold during tlie week of the exhibit we will make
a present of a set of High-Grade Aluminum Cooking Ware.
BE SURE TO COME. REME VI HER THE DATE.
'SeptciTiliB:225 to 27.

The city of Leesburg offers $250

reward for John Gary, who shot

Marshal Torian Sunday morning.
Following is a description of the
criminal:
Chunky, black negro; rather full
face and short between chin and
forehead; good teeth; square shoul shoulders;
ders; shoulders; about 3 feet 7 or S inches
high; weighs 160 to 170 pounds;
wears shoe size 7 or 7 (track
measures 11" inches); about 35 years
old; wore small mustache; (may
have shaved); rather quick step in
walking. In beginning conversation
he speaks rather hesitatingly, but
after starting talks in a rapid man manner.
ner. manner. May be on horseback, in ve vehicle
hicle vehicle or on foot.
Telegraph or telephone any infor information
mation information to Mayor E. H. Mote, or to
L. M. Johnson, Leesburg, Fla.

RAIN COATS, RAIN COATS

The best rain coat in the city,
heavy, long and guaranteed, $7.50,
just received at B. Goldman's. "Why
Pav More.? 9-20-3t

OPEN ALL NIGHT

The Merchant's Cafe is a first class
place, to' take your meals. Open night
and day. J. R. Dewey, propri propri-tor.
tor. propri-tor. 2-28-tf

church, whether identified With the I X

iocat organization or not, are urgent urgently
ly urgently requested by the pastor to attend
an important church and Sunday
school conference meeting on Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday night to consider matters of
rae concern connected with our
winter's program and schedule of ac-ci.vities.

The Store Accommodating." 0-20

NEAR DEATH
BY SMOTHERING
$
Bat Husband, With Aid of Cardoi,
Effects Her Deliverance.

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Draper, N C. Mrs. Helen Dalton, of
this place, says: i suffered for years,
with pains in my left side, and would
often almost smother to death.
Medicines patched me up for awhile
but then 1 would get worse again. Final Finally,
ly, Finally, my husband decided he wanted me to
try Cardui, the woman's tonic, so he
bought me a bottle and I began using it.
It did me mere good than all the medi medicines
cines medicines I had taken.
I have induced many of my friends to
try Cardui, and they all say they have
been benefited by its use. There never
has been, and never will be, a medicine
to compare with Cardui. 1 believe it is
a good medicine for a!i womanly trou trou-bles."
bles." trou-bles." For over 50 years, Cardui has been re relieving
lieving relieving woman's sufferings and building
weak women up to health and strength.
If you are a woman, give it a fair trial.
It should surely help you, as it has a
million others.
Get a bottle of Cardui to-day.
Writ tT Chattanooga Medicine Co., Ladies'
AdTisory DetX.. Chacanooja. Tenn.. for Sft.ial
nttrirtis on your case ana 6 4 cat t book. "Home
Treatment for Women." in paji wrapper. N.C. 1 26

Cement Blocks
I Phone 331
Plant and Ofiice North Main St.
; Ocala, IFloricIa
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Mclver & MacKav G. C. SHEPKARD,
. Funeral Directors dentist.
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS IIolr Block, Rooms 9 and 10.

Fine OsMs ai d Burial Robes.

PHONE 250.

I). E. MelVEK and O. V. ROBERT

'Queen ol Sea Routes

Funeral lMrectors j
111 Work Hone ny Licensed En-

balmers and Fully Guaranteed J fcKHrn i mixer, trass, cot
PHONES: JACKSONVILLE TO

10 Hannah. Halt) more, Philadelphia,

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r. V. ROBERTS
Undertaking Office

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IUton and Providence

Fine steamers; best service; low
fares: wlreiess telegraph. Throush
t'ekets to and from principal points.
Son 4 for booklet.
H. C. AVERY. Aent.
T9binitcl1l Vis

Will cure your lilienmatisra L n joness c. a

em!nole .Hotel. Jacksonville FT a

RUB-HY-TISIH1

Rhenmatisir

Neuralgia, Headaches, Cramps, ;

liV" rX' '1fc:" u:s auu i wf coatWie Trip in the VHrt-

earns, via oores, atmgs ot msec s
Etc. Antiseptic Anodyne, used i-- j
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THE OCALA EVEXIA'G STAR, TUESDAY". SEPTEMBER 2:5, 1913
CLARK AXD IEXGLE AXI)
THE XEGRO QUESTION
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OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
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RITTIXGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
II. Ji. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. If. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.

PIIOXE

SUBSCRIPPIOX RATES

( Domestic )
One year, in advance $5.00
lix months, in advance 2.50
Three months, in advance.... 1.25
On month, in advance 50
liOCOMOTIVE HEADLIGHTS j
" AXD RURAL LEGISLATORS
The Louisville and Nashville road
doesn't want that big headlight. But
why should not a rural legislator
know exactly what an engineer would
like? Times-Union.
The foregoing is a sample of the
Times-Union's average fairness in ar argument.
gument. argument. The "big headlight" was ordered
by the "rural" legislators on the ad advice
vice advice and at the request of the loco locomotive
motive locomotive engineers of Florida, who are
not only the most practical railroad
men there are, but have in their
charge every night more human lives
than the men of any other calling.
Almost any engineer, when he
watches the track ahead of him at
night, prefers to watch it in the
blaze of the electric sword that cuts
the darkness a half a mile ahead
rather than in the feeble gleam of
-the oil lamp that shines not a third
so far. If you don't believe it, ask
the1 next engineer you meet.
y Observe how the
Times-Union i
misrepresents the railroad man and I
sneers at the "rural" legislator, and
ask yourself how much respect it and
Its clique have for the men who do
the world's hard work.
.Nearly every first class railway in
the United States had electric lights
-on its engines before the law-making
power had to be invoked to make the
stingy Florida roads adopt an im improvement
provement improvement that was twenty years old
- on advanced transportation systems.
As or the L. & X., it is common
talk among railroad men that one of
Its high officials is fighting the law
because of a personal grievance
.against -another big corporation.
The Times-Union's ideal of a prac practical
tical practical railroad man is probably one
of the Wall street manipulators of
jslock whose financial schemes were
the' real cause of the wholesale mar-
ders on the New Haven. The infer infer-.enee
.enee infer-.enee to be obtained from its remarks
-about legislators is that its model of
-a statesman is a man who covers his
" brain with a silk hat and swaths his
; son! In a talcum-powdered hide. If
. we let legislators and congressmen
that the Times-Union approves of
makeiour laws, its only a matter of
time when mechanics and farmers
will be bondsmen and peons.
31r. R. R. Carroll of the Star has
been appointed by Governor Tram Tram-mell
mell Tram-mell a delegate to represent Ocala
and Marion county at the annual
convention of the Mississippi to At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Inland Waterways Association,
which will he held at Palatka Xov.
17-18. The work of this association
is very important to the South, and
more so to Florida than any other
state. Improvement of the Oklawaha
and the canal across Florida is part
of its "work, so Ocala and Marion
ounty are vitally interested.
The farmers livingvaround Orange
Springs will hold an institute Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, October 4. It promises to be a
very pleasant and profitable event.
Secretary Rooney will be present and
-maTfce an address. Prof. Spencer of
the University of Florida will also be
there.
The work for the union passengei
fixation should be pushed by all our
people. A member of the railroad
commission told the Star that the
people could obtain an order for the
station as soon as they agreed on a
location. It is not so necessary to
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tain obtain the order for the station, and
then let the roads build it where it
will suit traffic convenience. The
people of the city in general want the
station. They are not so much con concerned
cerned concerned in pushing a real estate
scheme for any man, or any little
bunch of men. Let's all work fori-
the station and let the little cliques
go to the deuce.
TAMMAXY TACTICS
There has been criticism of the
Florida legislature, but the following
dispatch shows that since the com combination
bination combination of carpet-baggers and
"coons" lost their power at Tallahas Tallahassee,
see, Tallahassee, no such exhibition of gang rule
and defiance of justice and fair play
has ever disgraced our state capitol.
Albany, Sept. 18. While the
ninety members of the assembly
were marking time tonight a little
plot was hatched by Tammany lead leaders
ers leaders to put under arrest John C. Gar Garrison,
rison, Garrison, the ardent Sulzer enthusiast,
who was haled' before the judiciary
committee a month ago for circulat-
ing stories reflecting on the charac character
ter character and integrity, of several Tam Tammany
many Tammany leaders in the legislature.
Garrison, who turned the meeting
of the judiciary commute into a fias fiasco,
co, fiasco, by demanding in reply to ques questions
tions questions of inquisitor Levy that the com committee
mittee committee call Charles F. Murphy, sena senator
tor senator Frawley and a few others of the
"Tammany conspirators," walked
in and the sergeant at arms was in instructed
structed instructed not to let him escape.
Garrison tried, three- times to get
out of the chamber, but his passage
was barred each time by the strong
arm of one of the husky assistants of
the sergeant at arms.
By a vote of 80 to 10 the assem assembly
bly assembly 'later passed a resolution to bring
Garrison before the bar to explain
his claims that corrupt means were
employed to secure votes to pass the
impeachment resolution on Aug. 13.
Garrison was then called to the
bar of the House. He persistently
refused to answer any questions as
to the source of the information up upon
on upon which he based his charges.
"Whether or not the things you
have said are true," thundered
Speaker Smith when Garrison was
brought before him, "you should
answer this one question: Did you
say to anyone that to your know knowledge
ledge knowledge votes were purchased for the
passage of the impeachment resolu resolution?"
tion?" resolution?" "Mr. Speaker," replied Garrison,
"I will answer no question until the
assembly gives me an opportunity to
appear with counsel."
"You are here given the opportuni opportunity
ty opportunity to clearVourself of the charges of
contempt against you," continued
the speaker.
"The question is for the assembly
to clear itself, not for me to clear
myself," retorted Garrison.
Majority: leader Levy then moved
that a resolution be drawn, commit committing
ting committing Garrison to the penitentiary.
While this was being done, Garrison
was taken into the clerk's room to be
held till he could be taken back to
the jail.
Several friends of Garrison at attempted
tempted attempted to establish communication
with him, but were prevented from
doing so.
There would be very little prog progress
ress progress in the world if the man who
tried did not grow stronger, even
tho often defeated. Pensacola News.

In a recent isbae, the Star printed
with approval the speech of Con-!
gressman Frank Clark on the Mon-'
roe doctrine. It was, in our opin-:
ion, a timely utterance of the elo-'
quent Florida representative regard-;
ing the questions, between the Uni-!
ied States, -Mexico and Japan. It
also touched somewhat on the rel-,
ations of the negro to the white man :

here at home.
So far as Mexican and the Mongo Mongolian
lian Mongolian are concerned, the Star agrees
with Mr. Clark without reserve.
In regard to the negro, we can
agree with him only partly. The
negro is all right in his place. His
place is the place he can make for
himself, without infringing on the
rights or hybridizing the blood of the(
whites. '.,
Mr. Clark thinks the only solution
of the race question is expulsion,
segregation or. annihilation of the
negroes. Unless, he says, one of
these remedies is applied, amalgama amalgamation
tion amalgamation will follow.
The Star can't agree with Mr.
Clark. Deportation or segregation
is impossible. Annihilation would
be repulsive if it were not also im impossible.
possible. impossible. You can hardly find a ne negro
gro negro so depraved or no account that
he can't count on some white man
standing up for him. Xearly all
have some friends, and most of them
have many. They are better people
than hundreds of thousands of the
Europeans who come to our shores
every year. They are better citizens,
for it is the rarest thing in the
world to find a negro who isn't loyal
to his country.
The negro has a place of his own
to fill in this country. The white
man will help himself by helping not
so much to keep the negro in his
place as by helping him to fill his
place. Justice is the solution of this
question as much as it is the solution
of nearlv all other questions. i
Congressman L'Engle expresses a
much more kindly spirit toward the
negro the spirit, in fact, of the old
fashioned Southerner, and while it is
adamantine wall against the color colored
ed colored man who tries to lift himself to:
a level with the whites, it is also a
shield of protection to the members
of his race who are contented to re-j
main in a safe tho more humble posi-j
tion. After showing, with as much
humor as logic, how impossible it is
to deport the negro, Mr. L'Engle
winds up as" follows:
"I serve notice right now that as
for me, I'm going to follow the nig-j
gers wherever he sends 'em. I need:
'em to wash my shirt, shine my,
shoes, tote my wood, cook my vittles,
mind my children, and to make up
the fire cold mornings. Speaking
for lots of my friends, they need nig-j
gers for all these things and also to(
drive wagons, push Georgia buggies,;
sweep out, roll trucks, pick cotton,'
hoe corn, 'tend to pigs, call up the.
cows, dig ditches, roll' logs, curry ;
pine trees, dip gum, dig phosphate,
shov;e slabs, and make down Pull Pullman
man Pullman car berths. Trifling as some of
them are, negroes are the best cheap
labor we can get. They are more;
tractable and less vicious, and.j
therefore easier to manage and con-:
trol than Italians, Spaniards, or any;
other Europeans who furnish cheap j
labor. They don't want to vote as,
the foreigners do and unlike themj
they are content to dwell among us
as an inferior race. Talk about the
negro problem! there's no such thing, j
The white people have solved it long)
ago, by denying them social and po political
litical political equality which they should
not have, and by giving them equal equality
ity equality in business, in justice, in mercy
and in human kindness and charity.
It's time we called off this talk about
the dangers of negro political domi domination.
nation. domination. and the horrors of a mixed so society.
ciety. society. It's a bug-a-boo that don't
scare us any more. We know, and
the negroes know, that neither can
ever be, and both are dwelling to together
gether together in peace and harmony, with
as much happiness thrown in as is
wise for mortals to have."
Marion county leads the way. Its
board of trade is helping the farm farmers.
ers. farmers. No wonder everything is boom booming
ing booming over there. The annual fair is
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The Imperator had 4.9S1 persons'
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cities and towns in the United States
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when the 1910 census was made.
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UXEQ UAL ECONOMY
Last year .Florida received four fourteen
teen fourteen million dollars for its orange
and grapefruit crop and spent seven
million dollars of ft for stock feed
which can be grown more cheaply
here than in any other state in the
Union. Poor economy, isn't it?
working hard and spending money
to buy hay. Ugh! Bartow Courier Courier-Informant.
Informant. Courier-Informant. SHOOTING 'KM SOME
There is no fault to find with the
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kansas. Arkansas. To hit a target five miles
away six times in fifty-seven seconds
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STOCK ITEM
Mary had two little calves,
She loved them well, you see;
She slit her dress and I confess
That they looked good to me.
Florida Grower.
Senator Fletcher did not take long
to get busy with the department of
agriculture and get Florida included
in the "wire service." This will be of
great benefit to Florida growers. Can
anyone tell of another state that has
a senator that is doing even half as
much for the ( growers, as Senator
Fletcher is doing for them? Florida
Growers News.
We. would hate MIGHTY bad to
think that William Sultzer was
HALF as bad as those, thieves who
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Being a True Account of Certain'
Strange and Wonderful Adven Adventures
tures Adventures of Master John Hampdon.
Seaman, and Mistress Lucy
Wilberforce, Gentlewoman. I:,
(he Great South Sss.

By CYRUS TOWNSEND BRADY
Copyright. 1912. by Cyrus To a .-. 5r";

PROLOGUE.
Here's a tale of the sea and
the treasure isle, of long hid
gems and bad men's guile, of
perils 6n land and wave well
met, 'spite storm and mutiny's
awful threat.
The way of a man with a maid
is told as they voyage the seas
in quest of old the man so
brav? and the maid so fair. For
her sake caught he will not dare.
From Enghsh fields tq south
sea shore their path they follow
while billows roar, but it leads
them safe to their 4oc at last,
with their low and tiicir treas treasure
ure treasure lightly clasped.

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CHAPTER I.
Wherein I Bait trie Duke Over the
Dead.
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surprNi'd vl'ir 1 stnnthled :ht-
tilt nn of sir CeolTrev 111 t!i-
spijuyy, which i not for a iiio
IIH'Ilt llM'.ll.t to 'OlVV tllf illlpl"SiM
1 1 1 1 1 was not ln-U(i I had expft
td that Sir ;hoTi-v wrnHd rmne to
sotiH' sui-h s:id r-ial: ilu-refor I sa. th;ii
I was not surpristnl. Hut as 1 1 m
ovr hiin Jn the srray dawn. iHUin
flown upon him lyinu so tjiiiriry on his
ba-U with tilt hand-oint. si;i ioui!t
etl. ivory handled diuliii.ut pistol whirh
had done the daniae still rlaspod in
his riht hand t jvtxs fascinattnl wit I
borror.
Sir JifoftrHv find rnrefully put iii
btillft tlirouch his heart It was less
disriurin and brutal, less hard on
those left behind. !ess troublesome,
more yemieiii;iii! His MWnl lay tin
derneatli hnn.'tlie diamond hilt pro
trudiu.
I 'sfiiessed I h i I he w'as kid enoupfh
after all. that the end had eoine. for
there was ut that look of pain oj
horror or fear which I have so often
swell 011 tiie fae-s of the dead, but his
features vei calm and composed, lie
bad not been dead Ions As I bent
over him I noticed that he had some
thiny in his left hand A nearer look
showed it to be an envelojM. I drew
it away and saw that it wn addressed
to Mistress Lory Thrustiui: it In the
pocket of my coat. I rose t my feet.
At that instant I heard steps and
voices Now I had in'thiim on earth
to fear from anybody. The 'death of
Sir Ueoffrey was too obviously a sill
cide for an one to accuse me even
if there had been any reason ou earth
for brimriim. me under suspicion. The
letter which l carried in my pocket
addressed to Mistress Luey would un
doubtedly explain everything there was
to explain. Something, however, inov
ed me to seek concealment. I am a
sailor, as you will find out. and cau
net quickly in an emertreney by a sort
of instinct
Sir tleofjrey.lay 011 the side of the
path through the spinney, and beyond
him the coppice thickened. The path
twisted and turned. From the sound
of the footsteps 1 judged that men
were cumins a Ions it. I Instantly step stepped
ped stepped across the body and concealed my myself
self myself behind a tree trunk in the leafy
foliage of the undergrowth. I could
see without beimr seen and hear a
well
I did not expect that any of the
guests of the castle would make their
appearance at that hour. The foot footsteps
steps footsteps stopped. Two men. one of whom
had been (toiuted out to me as Baron
Luftdon. in the lead followed by an-
other who was strange to me. sudden suddenly
ly suddenly appeared. A voice which I recog

nized as Luftdon's at once exclaimed

in awestruck tones:
"By gad. "he's done It! Here's a pret pretty
ty pretty affairr
"Oh. I don't know," said the second;
"It might be worse V
"Worse for him? Great heavens,
man. he's dead!"
"Worse for us."
"What d'ye mean? I don't under understand."
stand." understand." "Re might bare shot himself before
we plucSed hira."
"Oh. I seer

The two'ttepped a little nearer. The
first speaker. Lord Luftdon. one of
the young bloods who had been hav having
ing having high carouse with Sir" Geoffrey for
the past week at the castle.v bent over
him.
"Well." continued the drawler non nonchalantly
chalantly nonchalantly as for me. I hated them
both, but the latter speaker the more,
if iMjssible.' for reasons which you will
preseutly understand "tuirf relieves
me greatly."
"What do you mean? After such a
night as we had to come upon-this is
enough to unsettled any man."
f "Pooh. poou. man: you're nervous!"
"Well. I don't know how it relieves
you And afer. all's said and done.
Wilberforce was a gentleman, a good
player and a gallant loser."
i "Exactly, aud he lost his all like a
gentleman."
"And you got it, at least most of it."
"Patience, my friend; you had your
share."
"1 don't know but J would give it
back to have poor old Geoff with us
once again." said Luftdon. with some
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heat.
"That is a perfectly foolish state state-"uient."
"uient." state-"uient." my buck." returned the other
"Somebody was bound to get it. Wil Wilberforce
berforce Wilberforce has been going the pace for
years We happened to le in t the
death, that's all
"Well, how does it relieve you.
then? Do you think Wilberforce
would have attempted to get yon to
supjHirt him;"
'The1 drawler laughed
"Of eourse not. Tbls"-ne pointed
to the dead lody "is proof enougb ot
the spirit that was in him. But, of
course. I cauuot marry the girl now."
"You can't V"
"Certainly not. ler father a bank
rupt. a suicide"
"But the castle and this park?"
"Mortgaged up to the hilt Speak
ing of; hilts" he stooped down and.
daintily avoiding contact with the
corpse., drew from the scabbard the
diamond bi'ted sword-"this belongs to
me. It's worth taking. You remem
ber he staked it last night on the last
deal."
"Good God. man." protested the
first speaker, "don't take the man's
sword awayl Let him lie with bis
weapons like a"gentleman."
"Tut, tut! You. grow scrupulous, it
seems. We will provide a cheaper
badge of his knighthood, if necessary.
"And about the girl?"
" 'Tis all off." 1
"You will -have some trouble break
ing your engagement with her. 1 am
thinking"
"Not I To do her justice, the gin
has the spirit of her father. A whis
per that 1 am disinclined to the match
will be sufficient."'
"Ayet-but who will give her that
whisper?"
"We will arrange that some way
Truth to tell, l am rather tired of the
minx. She bores me with her high
airs. Slie does not know that she Is
penniless and disgraced And as for
her good looks, 'tis a country beauty,
after all."
"Poor girl!" began Luftdon. whose
face, though bloated and flashed, still
showed some signs of human kind kindness.
ness. kindness. Ac that jioint I Intervened. I could
bear no more. Wbeu they spoke so
eifhtinc-iv of mv mistress It was more

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(If you have any items for this department call phone 106)

iiss Pyles o,AVed JlrTTJuTIum,.

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel R. PylesP'e- She will teach school at Jena

have announced the engagement of
their daughter Cliff oyd7jto"""Mr. Lo
renzo Dow Cullum oftr'-Batesburs:. S
C.f the marriage to t
place at 2
o clock on the afternoon of Sept.
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elate at the wedding-which will be
solemnized at the beautiful and com
modious country home of s the bride's
parents, six miles south of the city, 1
In the presence of relatives and inti intimate
mate intimate friends. Mrs; D. E. Mclver will
play the wedding music and Miss
Pyles will be given
father,' and her only
away by her
attendant will
be 'her half-sister, Miss Ophelia Saw Saw-tell.
tell. Saw-tell. Mr. Cullum will have as his
best man an uncle, Mr. Jack Burton
of St. Petersburg.
Immediately following "' the "cere "ceremony
mony "ceremony an informal reception will be
held after which, the yoUna.couiile
will leave on the limited f 8r Jack
sonville,; goinf.- directly to Batesburg,
where on Friday evening they will be
guests of honor at a large reception
given by the groom's father and
Aunt, Miss Elizabeth Cullum.
Miss Pyles is the oldest of the trio
of lovely young daughters of Mr. and
, Mrs. Pyles and-possesses a winsome
and charming manner that has gain gained
ed gained her many friends and won her the
distinction o'f being the most pop popular
ular popular girl of the college contingent.
She has been a student at Brenau
College, Gainesville, Ga., for the
past three winters, specializing in in instrumental
strumental instrumental music and had she re returned
turned returned this would have, been her;
senior year and next spring, she
would have received a diploma in ad ad-.
. ad-. dition to the B. degree gotten last
year.
Mr. Cullum is a graduate of East Eastman
man Eastman Business College, Poughkeepsie,
N. Y., and has complete management
of hi3 father's immense mercantile
' business, the latter being in delicate
health. He is held in high esteem in
business and social circles and has a
.host of friends who extend congrat congratulations.
ulations. congratulations. The announcement of their en engagement
gagement engagement is being received with
more than ordinary interest on ac account,
count, account, of their own popularity and
the prominence of the two families,
but it. does not come as a surprise to
the legion of home friends of Miss
Pyles as they have had a suspicious
eye on Mr. Cullum's frequent trips
bf jlate. No wedding invitations will
be sent' out but announcement cirds
will be .issued. :
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Miss Alice Bell, a lovely young
lady from Norfolk, Va., will arrive in
Ocala next week to vlsjft Mrs. G. T.
Maughs during the month of Octo October.'
ber.' October.'
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. -Carney left
early this morning in their Ford car
for Lake Bryarit to spend, the day at
their beautiful orange grove.
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Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Edwards and
daughter, Mrs. E. M. Webb, after a,
visit of several days with Mrs. Ed Edwards
wards Edwards daughter, Mrs. Joe White,
have gone to Willistonto visit be before
fore before retu' aing to their home in Lake Lakeland.
land. Lakeland. ''
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Misses Irma Blake and Esther. Ley
left today for Tallahassee to resume
their studies at the State College for
Women.
Miss Mary Alice Bell, teacher in
the Ocala primary school, expects to
go tomorrow to Dade City, to attend
, a "teachers institute in that pretty
town.
Misses Ethel and Belle Hodge and
Mrs. Henry Chase of Miami, who
have been spending the past few
weeks with their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. W Hodge at their home on
May street," leave tomorrow for their
east coast, home.
Miss Margaret Mcllvaine of Palat Palatka,
ka, Palatka, who has been on a visit to her
sister, Mrs. Stanley James, in Oka Oka-humpka,
humpka, Oka-humpka, stopped in the city today a
few hours on her way home. Miss
Margaret made her home in Ocala a
few years ago, and is most pleasant-

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Florida Tomatoes, large size.. 10c
Fla. Tomatoes, small size 3 for 23c
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Block's Crackers, 3 10cjkgs. for 25c
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P'LaFayette county this autumn and
1 1iVlnter- Miss Mcllvaine was accom-
papiea Dy ner Drotfcer-in-law, Mr.
Stanley James, a representative
oung citizen of Lake county, who
after a visit to his Palatka friends.
will return home in a day or so.
'
The Young Ladies Auction Club
Society for the most part has
found its chief entertainment during
the summer months confined to the
attractions of the two watering
places, Lake" Weir and Silver Springs
and two-table auction parties, but the
advent of October will herald the re reorganizing
organizing reorganizing Of the several card clubs
the reading club, the Woman's Club
and the Country Club. The latter
with its superb 'golf links and the!
rapidly, growing charm for the game,
will have its membership largely in
creased.
The first of these clubs to begin
for the winter will be. the Young
Ladies' Auction Club. The member membership
ship membership will be the same as last winter
with probably one exception and that
if Miss Bessie MacKay, who was for formerly
merly formerly a member does accept the
urgent Invitation to again 'play with
the club. The members are Misses
Hope Robinson, Minnie Stovall,
Marie von Engelken, Adele Bittinger.
Eugenia Fuller, Fanny Robinson
Mary Burfprd, Beulah Hall, Ann
AtKinson ana Mrs. u. ts. Ayer. -Uiss
tjuriora win De tne attractive noatess
of the first meeting which will pe on
next Friday at 3:30 o'clock.
Luncheon for Miss Pyles
(Thursday at 1 o'clock Mrs.
Sistrunk will be hostess to aprt
uiy appointed luncneon given in
compliment to miss unnora fyies. a
popular Driae-eiect. rne guests wi.
include only the intimate friends
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the honoree. . .
Miss Ada Brumby, a "popular Or Orlando
lando Orlando yOung lady, who is well known
in Ocala, is at Daytona Beach Sor
the week.
Miss Mary Smith, of Ocala, arrive
in the city today to visit Mrs. Wm
1 DeHon. -St.' Petersburg Independ
ent.
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Bicklei-
of Weirsdale, are at the Semino
Hotel for a few days. Jacksonvil
Metropolis.
The Baptist Philathea class, e
j tends a cordial invitation to all th
i young ladies of all denominations to
meet with them at the' Baptist church
this evening 'at 7:30 o'clock for
the purpose of organizing a anion
Philathea class. r
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Miss Josie Bullock has gone 'to
Gainesville to visit Miss Mozelle
Burkheim, who was recently an at attractive
tractive attractive visitor in Ocala.
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Robinson are
in Savannah, Ga., where they will
visit relatives until Thursday. Misses
Fanny and Rosebud Robinson; dur during
ing during the absence of theii parents, ,are
guests, of Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Rob Robinson.
inson. Robinson. Mrs. J. J. Gerig and daughter who
have been at their Lake Weir cottage
for some time, will return home the
last of the week so that Miss Mar Mar-garet
garet Mar-garet will be. present at the opening
of school Monday.
Mrs. B. X. Looney and son George
Tiave returned from Columbia, S. C.
where they have been visiting rela relatives
tives relatives for the past fortnight.
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Fred Meffert is having a siege
with chills and fever. He accom accompanied
panied accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Z. C. Chambliss
on their automobile .trip to Georgia,
but was compelled to leave them
Sunday, returning home that after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. 1
Mrs. E. K. Nelson and Miss Ruth
Nelson of Tampa neve concluded
their stay in New York City and are
now enjoying Washington.
'
Mr. R. C. Muncaster is distribut distributing
ing distributing among his friends some very use useful
ful useful as well as pretty desk blotters.
They bear the giver's name and his
vocation, writing insurance.
Prof. Richard Van Brunt, who sev several
eral several years ago was the principal o'
the Ocala grammar school, is now
visiting relatives at his old home st
Tallahassee, prior to going to Palat Palat-ka,
ka, Palat-ka, where he will again be the capa capable
ble capable principal of the Putnam high
school. His family, after 'a visit to
Mrs. Van Brunt's 'relatives in Ken Kentucky,
tucky, Kentucky, will Join him in Palatka soon.
'Hss Mariam .Pasteur, of this city. Is
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and will leave for Palatka the last of
this week to be ready to resume her
duties as a teacher in the high echool
department when school opens -Monday,
r Tis likely that Miss Pasteur
will make her home during the term
with Mrs. Dr. George E. Welch.
' Philathea Class
The Philatheas of the Baptist
churcli will neet tonight at 7:30 in
their church. They most cordially
invite the Philatheas of other denom denominations,
inations, denominations, as well as all young wom women,
en, women, though not Philatheas, that are
interested, in the Bible .school or any
branch of Philathea work. The or organization."
ganization." organization." of a city union wtll be
thoroughly 'discussed, as also many

uiaus lor me imer s worK. 11 is 1
hoped that every one attending will
give a new idea for the upbuilding
of a class. ;
One of the Philatheas attended the
national Baraca convention held
Nashville last June and she will give
a. very interesting report of the con convention.
vention. convention. It Is important that every
Philathea should hear this report
for it will tell what Philatheas in all
parts of the United State are doing.
Mrs. Nathan P. Bryan, the charm charming
ing charming .wife of United States Senator
Bryah of Florida; arrived in the city
today from Washington City for a
short visit. Upon the return of Mrs.
Bryan to Washington, she and the
senator will give up their apartments
at the Cochran and take possession
of an apartment in the Connecticut,
which they have leased for the win winter.
ter. winter. Jacksonville Metropolis.
Mrs. L. B. Tidings and daugh
31 rs. .Annie Stroud, are preparing to
leave in a da or two for Williston,
where they have taken a flat for the
winter, and firs. Sfoud will teach in
the public scftojMiss Ella Tydings
will go to St. Aygustine for a visit
after which she will go to Tallahas
see jo remain until time u return to
Mexico, wnere sne represents trip-

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Miss Welsh, an atta'ctive young
lady of Atlanta, is hayfng a pleasant
visit with Miss Edna Ayer.
Miss Blanche Hall of Candler is
visiting friend at Mcintosh.
FER(i USOX-G ATIi ELL 1
A quiet wedding
took place
Fairfield Friday
evening,
in which.!
Mr. .Robert Ferguson, Jr.,
. and .Miss
Edna Gatretk were the contraetin
parties. Thd' ceremony was perform performed
ed performed at the home oi the bride's 'brother,
Dr. H. Gatrell, And the knot was
tied by Justice fUbe Peace Paynel
VThese, young iiople are welf ana
favorably knOwn in Marion county,
having lived in the Fairfield and Ber
lin communities nearlv" all t
ivesy The Star joins with their
hosts of other friends in wishing
them a long and happy voyage on the
sea' of wedded life. j-
AT THE TEMPLE THIS EVENING
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edy.
Out of the Jaws of Death
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drama.
The Patchwork Quilt An Edison
drama.
His Niece from Ireland
drama.
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OCALA. FLORIDA
M. C. IZLAR
Dental
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Office Law Library Building
Phone 444
OCALA, FLORIDA
J. G. PURVIS -Dental
Surgeon
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Office Over Nash Dry Goods Store
OCALA. FLORIDA
JOSEPH RELL
Attorney at Law
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SHEET MUSIC
The Murray Company has just ac
'quired the agency for the celebrated
McKinlev edition and has also pur-
chased a large stock of popular and
standard sheet music, music books,
folios, studies and instruction books
for all instruments and will have
same on sale within a few days. d3t
THEATRICAL SEASON
AT THE TEMPLE'
Manager Bennett has secured the
following plays for the coming sea season:
son: season: September
25th. Edward D'Oize in "The
Merchant of Venice."
November
17 and IS. Edison Talking Pic Pictures.
tures. Pictures. 24th. "Bought and Paid For."
27. Local talent, benefit hospital.
28th. Bert. Leigh in "The Little
Millionaire."
30 th.
8 th.
13th.
16th.
22nd.
23 rd.
24th.
Coburn's Minstrels.
December
"The Barbfrof Seville.
"The Leopard Spots."
Niel O'Brien Minstrels.
"QuoVadis.
"Quo Vadis."
"Quo Vadis."
January
1. Divorce
Question
5, "The Shepherd
of
the Hills.
Circus."
17th. "Polly of the
25. Lecture.
26th. The Smart Set.
27th. "The Spring Maid."
February
1. Smart Set.
23rd. Evan's Honey Boy
strels.
March
4th to 13th. Chautauqua.
16th. "The Rose Maid."
19th. Paul Gilmore.
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Mrs. M. C. Dunlap. of Leadill, lenn.
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helped her troubles greatly." Get a
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Cores Old Sores, Otto RemetSes Won't Cart.
The worst cases, no matter of how lone standing
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KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
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neia every Monday at 7:30. p. m.ffats,
Castle Hall, over the Jams Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis-
jiting brothers. D. W. Tompkins, Q. CU
Chas. K: Sage, K. R. S.
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Tulula Lodge No
22, Ihdependent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every.
Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock In,
Yonge's Hall, Fort King avenue. Vis Visitors
itors Visitors in the city invited to be with Hist
G. L. Taylor, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary. Adv.'
"The Store Accommodating." 9-20
LOYAL ORDER OF 31QOSE
The-. Ocala Lodge No.-699, Loyil
Order of Moose, meets each Thursday
evening at 8 o'clock in the Moose
building. Visiting brothers are in invited
vited invited to attend our meetings.
Geo. F. Mershon, Dictator.
E. L. Stapp, Secretary.
ORDER OF EASTERN' STAR jf
Eastern Star Chapter 29, regular
meeting first -Friday night each
month at Yonge's Hall. Visitors wel welcome.
come. welcome. Florrie Condon, Sec'y.
Mrs. A. E. Burnett,
Worthy Matron.
"The Store Accommodating." 9-20
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY ;
CITY OF OCALA
Mayor J. D. Jlobertson.
Recorder L. T. Izlar.
Assistant Recorder Joseph Bell
Counch B, A. Weathers, pres.
leu: J. H. Taylor, president pro
rem; 2 C. Bennett, Baxter Cam. i,
W. Hood, E. T. Helvenston. G. A.
Carmichael, F. G.. B., Weihe, C. M.
Livingston.
City Attorney C. L. Sistrunk.
City Clerk H. C. Sistrunk.
Treasurer and Tax Collector W.
W. Clyatt.
City Engineer J. R. Moorhead.
Superintendent Light Plant J. C.
Caldwell.
Superintendent Water Works -.1.
A. Campbell.
Marshal A. J. Brigance.
Fire Chief H. S. Chambers.
Sanitary Inspector G. W. riieve-'
land.
Street Commissioner R o b e r t
Marsh.
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NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION
Xotite
is nereDy given that a sne-
1 .election is hereby called for the
Vpurpose' of electing a councilman
rrom wari two, city of Ocala, to fill
'he unexpired term of Dr. J. W.

Jlo.od, resignel. Said election will
be 'held at the city hall on he "thT" -lay
-of October, A. V. 1913 S
I herby appoint Frank Harris Jr.:

1 1lf H. Whetstone and Chas. H. Math-'
e wit as inspectors,, and E. E. Robl'i- v
son as clerk of said election.
In witness whereof 1 have hereun-
-set "my hand as mavcr of the cltv
of Ocala, this the 21st day of August,
A. D. 1913. J. D. Robertson,
Atrpst: Mayor.
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Sistrunk, City Clerk.
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and Up-to-Date uFMiflinery for Fall and Winter wear. We extend to
you a hearty welcome to visit our store at all times, but the above
dates we invite you especially to visit our
MILLINERY OPENING
as we cannot but feel proud of this year's opening, as all previous
efforts have been surpassed in getting together an array of Hats that
you will agree with us are; the most elaborate and extensive showing
that has ever been attempted in this city.
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bility responsibility of 'averting a. future meat fa famine
mine famine was put up to small farmers by
speakers at the eighth annual ses session
sion session of the American Meat Packers'
Convention yesterday. All the speak speakers
ers speakers agreed that if the decrease in
meat production of the last ten years
is not stopped the question of the
meat supply' for the people of the
United States will be most serious.
Among the remedies suggested by
the speakers were; V
Every small farmer should raise
at least two beef steers a year, to off-

decreased production of the

of the west; the re

maining ranges should be. cut up in

farms to put all farmers on an equal

footing.
Development of the hills ot New
England with their bountiful! springs
and prevailing shades as a beef pro producing
ducing producing country.
Substitution of corn for cotton in
the southern states and the conse consequent
quent consequent development of cattle and hog
production.

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CONTENTION OF
SULZKKS-COUNSEL

fhat Impeachment.' Proceedings are
Illegal Overruled and Case Must
. Go to Trial
Albany, X. Y.. Sept. 23 Governor
William Sulzer must go to trial. This
was decided by the high court of im impeachment
peachment impeachment last night when, by a
vote of fifty-one to one, its members
overruled the contention of the gov governor's
ernor's governor's counsel that the impeach impeachment
ment impeachment proceedings'of the general as assembly1
sembly1 assembly1 were illegal because when the

charges were Drought that Doay wasi

in extra session.

. J. F. Hall. self.
Judge'' Bell, sejf and auto.
J, M. Peterson, self or man
Glover Miller, self.

W. A McGuire of Morriston

auto and five laborers.
'v H. A. Deubel. cash. $1.50.
J. T. George.
Roseboro Fant.
VV. B. Hamden.
Roy and Glover Goodwin.
Henry Nelson (colored).
McDavid Hill.
J. L. Wiley, double team and driv driver,
er, driver, one day.
J. H. Brinson, self, man and team,
vices.
J. C. Howell, team.
E. L. Howell, self! .
Commodore -W. S. Goodwin and
son, $10.
A. M. LansforJ, self, auto and two
men. ...
Di S, Woodrow, self and.laborer.
S. J. McCully, one day.
W. R. Roe and son, with double
mule team.
Court Pharmacy, team and man.
Joe Akin.
EA. Osborn of the Morriston Co.,

I Morriston, twenty double teams with

men to drive them- for ten days
work.
W. E. Whitworth, self, man and
team. '
Mrs. M. B. Stewart, $1 cash. cash.-Blowers
Blowers cash.-Blowers Lime Co., H. F. Goekins,
manager, self anci-two laborers.

Ladies of the Ocala W. C. T
100 dinners and assistance in
ving.
R. L. Martin, self, transit
chain.
E. L. Wartnianiv Citra, cash
Joseph W. Dodge will drive

or wagon.
Dr. R. R. Williams, colored, Ocala
Will Jenkins, colored.

I have just piened up my..new
garage on North Main street, and.

the patronage

solicit

of

'icar owners in Ocaa and surrounding
, 'self, '-erritory. The repair department

is prepared to do all kinds of auto

mobile repairing oa short notice.
None but first-class vrorkmen em employed,
ployed, employed, and- therefore," I am in po-t
sition to guarantee, every job' that
leases the place. Rates will be found
reasonable its. high-class workman-"
ship and good material can be fur furnished
nished furnished -' V .'
; GIVE ME A TRIAL
T. C. LecMe,'
r Proprietor
Building formerly occupied by Ideai
. Theater., r

If you would Buy Sell
Lease or Exchange, see
me at the Courthouse or
write for my bulletin of
summer b a r g a i n s i n;
Choice Properties : :

u.,
ser ser-and
and ser-and $2.
cart

J.

BRINSON

OCALA, FLORIDA

DEADLY DOSE OF DYXAMITE

- IDHVGGISTS ENDORSE

L 4. AiV rt j i wudu.i j till j iu.iu

Loaded Wiflj Soldiers by Rebels
-Near Saltillo
Laredo, .Texas, Sept. 23. -Fifty
persons were killed when rebels, dy dynamited
namited dynamited a Mexican Northern Rail-
V a a. ;i i. 1. rt-l

way iram nny umes souiu oi r,Tone TeUeves attacks of constipation.
tillo, according to official reports to ( biliousness and lazy liver headaches,
Mexican headquarters in Nueva La- and you stay on your feet. The Court
redo.' .The train was looted and the Pharmacy sells Dodson's Liver Tone
. .and guarantees it to give perfect at-
surviving passengers were, robbed. ,s faction. If you buy a bottle of Dod.
Forty federal soldiers and ten second son's nver Tone and do not find it the
class passengers comprised the of-1 safest, most pleasant and successful

ficial death list. The
wounded wa3 not given.

It Is a Guaranteed Harmless Vegetable
Remedy' that Regrulates the Liver
Without Stopping Your Work or
- riay.

: A dose of calomel may knock you
; completely out for a day sometimes
t two or three days. Dodson's Liver

UNCLASSIFIED AOS
Lost, Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Needs

WANTED Two or more copies of
the Ocala Evening Star dated Sep September
tember September 13th. Bring same to this of office.
fice. office. i?

FOR SALE Two choice corner
lots, east Oklawaha avenue. Big bar bargain.
gain. bargain. Apply at Star office. 8 28-tf

number of Hver remedy you ever took, this store
I will give you back the 50 cents you

FOR RENT Six room cottage
with bath, etc., corner Watula afld
South Seventh streets. Apply at

Southern Express Office.
, i '.

94-tf

PETER KNIGHT, PATRIOT

i paid for 't without a question.

This guarantee that a trustworthy
druggist is glad to give on .Dodson's

MONEY WANTED 1 30 00 wanted
on gilt-edged real estate security.
Address, Money, care Star. 9-6-4t

POSITION WANTED By young

lady as bookkeeper or saleslady. Ad-

Says Effete Europe Does Xot Com Compare
pare Compare With Our Favored
State

Liver Tone is as safe and reliable as dress, 710 S. 3rd St, Ocala. 9-23-6t

the medicine, ana tnat is saying a lot.

Ad. No. 1.

3-17

jrmfUL

HCall

J

up Phone 300 and Let us Give an Estimate on Your
-' J.)-'' i's i .!

PLUMB NG

rV

AND ELECTRICAt WORK

We Guarantee To Save You Honey on Any Work in Our Lines

Am we employ none bat experts we are In1 position to guarantee

rigid !npectora. It coats notMig to gret'oar figures and you are the

winner, whether we 'secure the roatract or not. Glre as a trial.

OCALA, FLORIDA

CLYATT BLOCK

i

17. G, BLANCH ARD

CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER

VIA PLANS FUKNISHEB
V ON APPLICATION

.O. BOX 40 OCALA. F"LA-'

'.' ft

Call Phone 267
Ocala Meat Market

jL-jLl '

.3iTacnfn vrrn wont TTJo nlnon

Frsh Meat, Fish or Vege Vegetables.
tables. Vegetables. Corn-fed pork from

Superstitions Concerning -Salt. ITl)Wn farm. Al Rhame.
"I0 best cutter, will

iay suffice to dissolve the quantity f $crve you. rrompt delivery.

It which one has i)illed ; while th t J

b.Jl!!l D. N. WALDRON

uiai eyery gram vl estit epiucu
taile represents a tear to be shed. I 412 X. Magnolia St., Ocala" Fla

AXOTHEIt 3IUHDEHKK OUT

Cooper of Punta Gorda Escaied

' from a Convict Camp
I. E. Cooper, who was -serving a
life sentence for the murder of Mar

shal J. H. Bowman in this city in

1904, escaped from the camp of the
DeLeon Xaral Stores Co., near De-

Land, September 2, and has not yet

been recaptured.
The history of his case is familiar
to everyone in Punta Gorda and

nearly all Herald readers. Cooper

was convicted and sentenced to be

hung. He repeate4 by stay of exe

cution and remained in jail at Arca

dia for about five years. Two gover governors
nors governors having passed his case without
final disposition of it, Governor Gil Gilchrist,
christ, Gilchrist, when he came into office,
commuted his sentence to life im imprisonment.
prisonment. imprisonment. Punta Gorda Herald.

RAIN COATS, RAIN COATS
The best rain coat in the city,
heavy, long and guaranteed, $7.50,
just received at B. Goldman's. "Why

PayMore.?"

What Day Do You Think It Is? tf

OPEN DAY AND rSlGHT

Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.

What Day Do You Think It Is? tf

"Another trip to Europe has not
changed'.my original faith and pride
in Florida," said Col: Peter O.

Knight -yesterday. Colonel
had just returned -from a

A BEAUTIFUL, PERMANENT,
WASHABLE NEW WALL FINISH

Any one contemplating wall paper paper-ins.
ins. paper-ins. Daintine or kalsomining of walls

Knight gjjonja see the beautiful, new, sani-

tour in

tarv. permanent, washable finish of

England and Ireland. Having seen'two roomg Jn tfae Qcala Xational
practically all of the United States ThoSft who have spen it con.

and much of Europe, he still main

tains that Florida is the best section
of the globe.

PLA NTI XG BEA NS

AND POTATOES

In

Rows "a Mile Long With a Steam
Planter

sider it superior to anything ever of offered
fered offered in this territory and prices are
very reasonable. For information
see Mclver & MacKay. 9-13-tf

WANTED POSITION Lady stenographer,-
one year's experience, who
is now employed would like position
by October 1st, where there is some
advancement. Address. Box 254,
Gainesville, Fla. 9-22-8t-

FOUND A bunch of keys, evi evidently
dently evidently the property of an autoist.
Owner can' obtain it by calling at this
office, and paying for ad. 9-22

Lake Weir, Sept. 17. Mr. David
Kirkland, manager of the Kyle-Kirk-land
Oklawaha River Farms, has had
an engineer down here from Atlanta,
who with Capt. J. B. Martin, and se se-eral
eral se-eral other prominent land owners,
has gene over the route of the pro proposed
posed proposed new railway to connect with
the A. C. L. at Oklawaha station.
They will use a )re force of labor laborers
ers laborers in order to g ; the road in op operation
eration operation before their crops are ready
to move.

It

SITUATIO WANTED By an

j able-bodied and intelligent .man, able
land wil'ling to do any work. Has
jbeen in the sawmill business and is
i familiar with machinery, and will

-
take any position offering a tlr re-
Reg'ulir convocations of the Ocala numeration. Address, Box ISO,

the Ocala, Fla. 9-10-tf
all

CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M.

Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on

fourth Friday in every month
1:30 p. m. O B. Connor, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad

FU

RHITU

We can save you money on your
Furniture and Household Furnish Furnish-ng
ng Furnish-ng purchases. A large stock of both
new and second-hand furniture.

We make a specialty of the IN-

is an unusual sight m Florida 'otit.t.MKVT RTTSTXKSS. and can

to see them planting rows of -beans jmake ytm low prices and easy terms,
and potatoes a mile long with the Trv our method. you will like it.

STRAYED One gray mare mule
and one brown horse mule; strayed
from our stable Friday night, Sept.
19th. Finder return to us or notify,
and receive reward. J. F. Jenkins &
Co., Ocala, Fla. 9-20-3td

steam plow and planter. No doubt
the farm will be celebrated for one
of the show places of Florida, and
hundreds" of tourists will take ad advantage
vantage advantage of the new railroad to go to
the Oklawaha Farms sight seeing.

JACK FROST'S EARLY JUMP

September Morn Shivered from the
Pole to the Far South
Washington, Sept. 23 Light frost
occurred this morning in Tennessee
Middle Alabama and Central South
Carolina.

RAIN COATS, RAIN COATS

The
heavy.

best rain
long and

coat in the city,
guaranteed, $7.50,

Second-Hand Furniture Bought at
Highest Market Price.

FOR RENT Four furnished
rooms for light housekeeping, two
blocks from courthouse. Apply at
20 6 N. Main street, or call for 31c 31c-Lucas
Lucas 31c-Lucas at Williams barber shop,
Ocala House. 9-ll-t

FOR SALE OR RENT A seven seven-room,
room, seven-room, two-story residence, with bath
and lights; 745 E. Adams street. Ap Apply
ply Apply to Tydings' drugstore. 9-17-6td
FOR RENT OR SALE New cot cottage,
tage, cottage, four rooms and bath, all mod modern
ern modern improvements. Rent reasonable,
or will sell and accept rent as month monthly
ly monthly payments. A. E. GervahV 309
Pine street. 9-19-6t

A. M. BOBBITT

Market and Laundry

Between

0-11 dly
Phone 481.

HOUSES FOR SALE Look at 44
North -Sanchez street 2 homes lot

; 120x205; must sell together or sep sep-jerate;
jerate; sep-jerate; make me an offer quick. E.
jR. Damoth, 207 Hodges building,

OCALA. FLA.

just received at B. Goldman's. "Why

Pay More.?"

9-20-3t

Crockery and china very cheap at
The Murray Company. 9-20-tf

What Day Do You Think It Is? tf

L. ALEXANDER

PRACTICAL
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. x

FOR SALE thoroughbred "3-year-old
Jersey bull $50; thoroughbred 2-year-old
-Hampshire boar $25; thor thoroughbred
oughbred thoroughbred 8-months-oId Hampshire
boar $ IS j-thoroughbred 2-year,-old
Hampshire sow $20. Prospective
swine raisers will find these hogs
thrifty and prolific. Jos. L. Wiley,
Fessenden Academy, Fessenden, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. 9-23-4t

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EIGHT

THE OCALA EVENING. STAR. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, 1913
L MARSH
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ISLAND
IPhoiie 108
OF THE
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plant in Central Florida. Any
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HorK uaaranieeu to oe

i . are etjuippeti wiin me iaiesr, jargest, liest uicanizing jf

Bring us your Casings and Tubes 'to be Vulcanized.
, AVorn out tires and tubes bought.
FISK and FIRESTONE TIRES
of all sizes and rims, always in stock
DAVIES, The Tire Man

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Phone 438. OCALA, KIjORIDA Main St., near Postofflce, ?

Windsor lotel

: Jacksonville's Finest,
5 AND
! Florida's Largest and Best Year
I Round Hotel
The Hotel you take your Mother, Wife or Sister to
: Home Hotel oS the State

if
European Plan $1.50
A. M. Wilson,
ASS'T. MGR.

Jacksonville, Florida

MOTEL CHURCHILL
Broadway and 14th street Union Square.
NEW YORK.

Clean, Comfortable, Convenient and
Home Like Hotel, on the Amer-
ican and European Plans.
CHURCHILL
9-5-2m
Where Shall I
UNIVERSITY OP FLORIDA
Gainesville
STANDS FOR BEST DEVELOPMENT
OP BODY, MIND AND SPIRIT OF
YOUNG MEN. 8 COLLEGES and Divis Divisions;
ions; Divisions; LIBERAL ARTS; LAW; ENGI ENGINEERING;
NEERING; ENGINEERING; AGRICULTURE: TEACH TEACHERS'
ERS' TEACHERS' COLLEGE; EXPERIMENT STA STATION;
TION; STATION; EXTENSION DIVISION; GRAD GRADUATE
UATE GRADUATE SCHOOL 10 new brick build buildings,
ings, buildings, besides gymnasium, swimming
pool and many subsidiary buildings. 61
la faculty and officers. 322 young men
from 45 Florida counties, and '21 states
and foreign "countries last session.
TUITION FREE. BOARD AND EN ENTRANCE
TRANCE ENTRANCE FEES. $132.50 per year. Write
today for catalogue.
7-24-tf A. A. MI'UPHREE, President.

George Giles, I J. L. Wiley, Frank P. Gadson.
President Vice-President Cashier
A St. George Richardson, Assistant Cashier.

MIetliFciDpolftaim Co9

(Not In

BANKERS
Do a General Ranking Business, and Solicit the Patronage
of the Public.
Metropolitan Building South Magnolia St
Ocala, Florida

4 Trails from Sitae West

VIA
Atlantic Coast Line
"Dixie Flyer" "Seminole Limited", "South Atlantic L m
ited" Montgomery Route, through Pullman Cars fim
Chicago, St. Louis, Cincinatti, Indianapolis, Grand Rapids
Cleveland, Louisville, Nashville, Atlanta and Birmingham
to Jacksonville.
.Dining Cap JS&ervIce
For information call on M. R. WILLIAMS,
J. G. KIRKLAXD. Ticket Agent Ocala, Fla.
Division Passengei Agent, Tampa, Fla.

FRESH MEATS

v m
sized tire handled at one time.
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Jr irsi-ciass.
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Per Day and Upward
Thos. M. Wilson,
PROP. AND MGR.
American Plan, $2 per day and up.
- European Plan, $1 per day and
up. Special AVeekly Rates.
& COMPANY.
Go To School ?
STATE COLLEGE FOR WOMEN
Tallahassee
College of Arts and Sciences, Normal
School with Kindergarten Department
School of Music, School of Art, School
of Expression, Home Economics with
Extension Division. Beautiful location
beautiful buildings and first-class
equipmer throughout, including gym
hasium and swimming pool. Forty Forty-two
two Forty-two members of the faculty and othet
officers. Four hundred and thlrteer
students from forty-five Florida coun counties
ties counties and ten states.
TUITION FREE. BOARD AND EN
TRANCE FEES. $124 per year. Fo
infe-mation address,
DWAIID COSRADI, Premldent
crpo rated)

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STARS

!
J Being a True Account of Certain j j
btrange and Wonderful Adven- $
lures ofMaster John Hampdon, J
Seaman, and Mistress Lucy J
Wilberforce, Gentlewoman, In
the Great South Seas.
T
GYRUS TOWNSEND BRADY
T I
- . .
f topyngnu iyiz. by lyrus lownsena oraay
-(Coi
mtinued 1
from Fifth Page)
than I could stand. 1 burst out of the
brush mid stood before them mad. en
fraed ail through. I will admit that!
1 lacked tht t-ouifMtstire and hrwdinir
of these jirwious two They startei J
ba-k at my sudden appearance, from j
which he of' the slow sjtet-!i sietdiU f
ret-overwl
"Now. who may yon 'he- nnd what!
may you want?" he said j
"Wiin I .niii matters nothiiis." s;ifi 'u
I. "hut what I want matters a izn-.ix j
deal j
"Ah Ami what is it that you wain j
that uiafti'Cr o?"
"In rh tirr pia.f tliat swird i
Thi
said llif man. holding Sir
tieoftrpy s handsome weapon up liyiit
ly li I he lilaile
"That. said I I
I am aeeostomeo to move iii kn
us well as lo think piiklv. nun ie
sre he kt:ew if t hal it bv the hi't
aid but that he released the Made in
staidly I would have-nit his hand m
1 withdrew it Me swuuu" riiuml am!
clapped his hand on lus own sword a
heree oath breakiii.u from his "tips hi
fare bla kas t huuler. j
"Ion t (iraw iliat little spit. I said
"or I will he under llle ueesi: il
breaking your back j
1 towered above both of tliem. and
1 have no doubt that I eoiinl nave j
made hoik my boa si. The man had i
the courage of his race and station j
lie faced me undaunted, his hand on J
his sword hilt.
"Would y,ou rob me of mine own?'
be asked calmly.
"1 misht do so. and with Justice." I
bin?; the living or the dead."
"Zounds!" eried the first man. "it
was in fair play: we risked each what j
we uad. and Sir (leoffrev lost."
j
"Yes: 1 see.' 1 replied. "Having paid ;
with everything else, he bad to throw J
away his life. I heard what you said, i
You wonder how Mistress Wilberforce
is to learn the situation. You wonder
who is to tell her. 1 will."
"That i good; well thought of." said
the drawler with amazing assurance
"1 could not have wished it better
You are doubtless some servant of the
house'
(Continued Tomorrow)
I
HOW'S THIS?
We offer one "hundred dollars re-:
ward for any. ease of Catarrh that!
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh j
Cure- .j,
F. J Cheney & Co., Toledo O. j
We the undersigned have known i
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years,
and believe him perfectly honorable
in all business transactions and fin financially
ancially financially able to carry out any obli obligations
gations obligations made by his firm. National
Bank of Commerce, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in-
ternally, acting directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Testimonials sent free. Price

75 cents per bottle. Sold by all drug, -
-tores isaid I had consumption and could t
S Take Hall's Family Pills for con-! ot live two years. I used Dr.
annatinn aHv '.King s New Discovery and am alie,

Justifies Impatient Father.
Law iNoi.es quotes ine ioiiowmg irom
the opinion of Justice Riddell of the
A. M
high court of justice, Ontario, in a
habeas corpus case over the custody
of a child: "And even if he did not
wish his sleep to be broken by a cry crying
ing crying infant, it is understood that this is
not without precedent in the tendereet
and most conscientious of fathers."
STRENGTHEN WEAK KIDNEYS
Don't suffer long with weak kid kidneys.
neys. kidneys. You can get prompt relief by
taking Electric Bitters, that wonder
every..;
tort-,v I
ful remedy, praised by women e
.vhere. Start with a bottle today
you will soon feel like a new woman
with ambition to work, without fear
of pain. Mr. John Downing of San
Francisco, writes: "Gratitude for
the wonderful effect of Electric Bit Bitters
ters Bitters prompts me to write. It cured
my wife when all else failed." Good
for the liver as well. Nothing better
for indigestion or biliousness. Price
50 cents and $1. Sold by Tydings &
t o. adv.
Church 900 Years Old.
The nine-hundredth anniversary o
the oak-walled parish church of
Greenstead, near Ongar, Essex, Eng England,
land, England, has just been celebrated. The
church, which is built of split oak
trees, is the only one of its kind in the
countrv. nd bids fair to last another
i 900 ;-ears.

lo. E

See that crown
Worth Knowing
Onions that are overstrong in flavor
may be rendered less by slicins. then
putting in a colander and pouring
bpiling water over them. After this
plunge into ice water and let remain
T ... ... tl
for half an hour. This will leave them
sweet and crisp.
DO YOU FEAR CONSUMPTION?
No matter how chronic your cough
or how severe your throat or lung
ai ,ment 1S- D ,KinS s Nw C0Vf frJ
U r he Ip you It may e
yjr.ll'?-1 Stillman Green of Mali-
&ni well,, Your money
refunded
! f it fails to benefit you. The qestj
tome remedy for coughs, colds and:
j un
?!
troubles'.. Price 50 cents and
Guaranteed by Tydings & Com
pany, aav.
What Day Do You Think It Is? tf
Don't Take the Lawyers Seriously.
A lawyer in a courtroom may call
a man a liar, scoundrel, villain or
thief, and no one makes complaint
when court adjourns. "If a newspaper
prints such a reflection on a man's
character,' says the Hill City New
Era, "there is a lfbel suit or a dead J
editor. This may bt1
owing to the
fact that the people bel;eve what an
dit ..Ki.nsa. r;tv e-
eQKOr sas- Kansas c.l toUir.
A TEXAS WONDER
The Texas Wonder cures kidney
ana Diaaaer irouDies, aissoives gra'
a.
el, cures diabetes, weak
and lame
backs, rheumatism, and all irregular-
Ities of the kidnevs and bladder in

l hat Made -W

v 4l Tj.iof, re raieu as canning plotters to neraia tne
both men and women. Regulates of a ,ittlc 8unbeam to gia'd(ien toe
bladder troubles in children. If not hearts and brighten the homes of & host of
sold by your druggist, will be .'exit; "So-sad. of women who hare
by mail on receipt of $1. One small, used Mother's Friend, and thua know from
bottle is two months' treatment. and! "P11" 11 5,,e vf our
-c ntributions to healthy, happy mother mother-seldom
seldom mother-seldom 'fails to perfect a cure. Send tood. it Is sold by all druggists at $1.00
for testimonials from this and other rr bottle, and is especially recommended
TT no cs a preventive of caking breasts and all
states. Dr. E. W. Hall. 2926 Olive St... cth,r 8Uch distresses.
St. Louis, Mo. Sold by druggists. Ad "Write to Bradfield Regulator Co., 131
. I-amar BIdg., Atlanta, Ga, for their very

What Day Do You Think It Is? tf

ro we oorae

" -
Read what two eminent scien scientists
tists scientists have to say about lit lit
arid its effect on beer in light
glass bottles. V

".In recent years the observation has been made
that the rays of sunlight effect a chemical
change in beer. For this reason the use of
beer bottles blown from colorless glass is
diminishing, bottles blown from colored glass
being chosen ; the amber colored bottles, which,
when held towards the light, show the color of
light beer, are particularly to be recommended
Extract from Die Praxis der Bitrbraukundc. Published by G. E
HabicK. 1883 paee 766.
"It appears that cnemical changes are produced
.in the beer, which attains an exceedingly
unpleasant taste and a disagreeable odor."
Extract from Letters on Brewing (Vol. 5) published by Hantke's
Brewers' School and Laboratories. Dr. G. Thevenot.

Schlitz, when poured into your
glass, is wholesome and pure
as a crystal spring.

or cork is ;!: "Schlitz.
m

i i warn tee Ira

Active Service.
r A rather r uirkauie instance of ai
woman s Jong, unuroKn record comes
Hum riuute, iit.ie .use-, l-aiorest,
tne oiaest woinicU postal otucial, has
just retired :iitor iD years oi service i
without once bavin-: heu absent from
her post, excep;. fiiirm tiie recognized
holidays. E;. Lenin..; -J -1 postal service
in lSGo at tho apu ot ixtetn. she at--)
tained her sixty-ith year last mcnth
when, very much agr'rrst her will,
she was placod o:i the Pipf-raunuation
list fnd -forced to nt.re from active
service.
What Day Do Yoj Think It Is? tf
wrl PuniH
HUiil dfill IrUUttl
Cunning PlcLIcrs
Many a New Home will Have a Little
unbem to Brirhten It.
Tfcrre is nsnallv a rertahi derree of Srea4
' In every woman's mind as to the prcba':s
rain, distress and danger of cnild-blr.j.
, Vut, thants to a most remarkable rcsir.:
Lnown as Mother's Friend, all fear Is br.
ished and the period is one of unbounded.
! J j-ful anticipation. j
Mother's Friend Is used externally. It
Is a most penetrating application, makes ;
muscles of the stomach and iM.ca
rlljitit firs thpv PTnanrl mr t jrnri nflfrra t
J
vrithout pain, without distress and wita-
cone of that peculiar nausea, nervousness
tne prospective mother. Thns Cupid and!
the stork are held up to veneration; they
Tamable book to expectant mothers.
a bottle of Motier'a Friend to-day.
Get

MMim iwrxiili Hill mm. M'L I

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Telephone. 3 7
The Carmichael & Sons Co,
116 N. Magnolia Street
v Ocala, Fla.
M
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c!i:
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momsS
Slander.
When the tongue of slander stings!
cnee let tnis be thy comfort: They'
are noi me worst iruits on which tHiT
wasps alight. Gottfried Burger.
'The Store Accommodating.' 9-20
DON'T LET ILIBV SUFFER WITH
ECZEMA AND SKIN ERUPTIONS
Dabies nee- a perfect skin-covering,
ekin eruptions cause themnot
only intense suffering, but hinder
their growth. DR. HOBSON'S EfcZ-
EMA OINTMENT can be relied
lor relief anJ permanent cure of s
fprin? Lflhips whi.st sktn pninttr
lave male their life miserable. "tTl
1 aby was afflictei with breaking ont
of the skin all oer the face and
tcalD. Doctors and 'skin sDecialietsi
a'lel to help. We tried Dr. HobsonK)
.ed to see baby completely cureJ, be before
fore before one box. was used," writes Mrs.
Strubler, Dubuque. Iowa. All drug druggists,
gists, druggists, or by nail. 30 cents. TydirKgs
& Co., Ocala, Pfeiffer Chemical Cb.,
St. Louis. Mo., Philadelphia, Pa acf
t Sil at I far 9 Whll
j Conductor We have missed the coi
nection, end you will have to wait at
'this station six hours. Old lady (who )
'is a little rervous on the railroad) 1
Well. I'm s-fe for tlx hours, fyi.vway. I
What Day Do You Think It.Is? tf
WO,OP'
The wood season will soon
bo
here, and it isn't a bad plan to
prepare for Its coming now.
am in shape to fill a limited
amount of orders for well sea
soned OAK WOOD in any desi
ed lengths. Get my prices be
nor
laying In your fall and wlnte
supply. Call Phone or lea
your orders at the Count's Gro Grocery
cery Grocery Store, Cor Ft. King avenn
and S. Mafh .street.
J. H. J. COUNTS
OCALA VIA.