OCALA. FLORIDA, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 25 1913
i T1MFS AHEAD
all kinds of money in thi state, j
are being organized in all j
he stare all of the rime and
! New hanks
that he had been re-
j old hanks are
: shape. What
in the line.-t
of this j
if-r can vou ask for than was evi-
u.wa. or oca la
edicts for Florida an I iipreceuent-
1 Period of th" Highet
I'i ojm i ity
encel hy the way in which Floriiaj
f refused to Take advantage of thej
j large sums, of money that has recent- j
! i)'een offered by the federal ar a!
I very low rate? Hut the Florida hanks!
! simply passe I the proposition up. j
'There can be but one answer. They,
?i i nnr nep the monev or iney cer-
LOST HiS HALO
or' !ie house
s-.oiisible for the posting oi
spies in the legislative halls while
important measures were tinier con con-si
si con-si Jera; ion there.
runs (iovKiivon has pi,ayi:i
Lurid Language lleat'l the Hall- f
the Teiine-see Legislature
III LEO r
id not nee i
Itainly would have taken advantage;
! n, rhe opportunity offered for gettingj
large amounts on .such attractive
i terms. j
j Tliii-teen Cau-ed Only Trouble j sn.erin!en dent of the capirol and;
I v-. uOvio Tiw.m.r h u a lpn a lit-' r i.u i .rn tif sinnnu-n in the hail:
J .... .Ii.. ...v.-.- -. ,j. u, v ......
vt.i,,. l.miW and! ... ., ,.. ,(,. .. ..... l c ,;-e. r. t n t i ves i oil er 111 I ne r u lion COW II l lO?i, tux
iijc uiuji. ciin .e i 1 i i uu ret in'. I'- oi ine nuusr ....i'.-
(Times-Union, Sept. 24.
R. S. Hall, capitalist, of Ocala, one
Nashville. Tenn.. Sept. 2.". Sensa Sensa-ional
ional Sensa-ional charges of the bringing of two',
-uir" cases of guns in the office of i
llvinced by Hebrew-, Who Have lit
elected II i:n President of a (Jrcat
Supporter oi the I're-iUeiu won a
Swerving Victory in His
Newark, X. J.. Sept. 2T. Sapport Sapport-'
' Sapport-' eta of President Wilson nominated
'their caniLlate for governor at the
i New Jersev primaries Tuesday, car
rying every county in the state, with
in serving refreshments, which con consisted
sisted consisted of ice cream, cake and lemon-
We are all certainly enjoying this
rlne Florida weather. Who wouldn't
"tave the cold, bleak north and come
u our beautiful state?
Miss Donnie Griffin leaves Satur Saturday
day Saturday for Jacksonville, where she will
teach for the coming winter.
Hope it isn't too late to comment
H'.st a little on tne wet ana ary elec election.
tion. election. Although reports have already
shown that Anthony to be in the
dry column, with one less majority
than in the state-wide campaign, for
the reason of indifference on the
part of the dry voters. There were
eight who were not qualified and a
I the exception of Mercer and Essex
. Fielder's majority in the state was j larger negro vote was polled than us
" i -i of tu nnti- tiirmca?i(t I t. o l Hfiwoipr t h &rf were pnoush
r n .1 r.l til 1 cut ljiuucuuu. : . i . w . . - w
rpentine operators in the .state, was,., thirteen in this calendar, and no; weie n;ade on the llcor of th House
rScrtr-rl rxX r.Tlt if the dOWIl tOWIl Vif,,u tri 'r.-.r lllP hesT Tt4-!... ,,Ini- t.v h(.;lV('!- StaliiOll. cT!-
tels last night. ; s-.:lis under such a natural and super-; 0t,s trouble at one time looked cer-
There are hallelujah times ahead :M ., .. haiidican. Hut very soon this! after the speaker's charges
; Florida." remarked .Mr. Hail to a.
kmber of his friends who were
kered around him in the lobby.
rom the way it looks to me. this
awaiting action by the courts upon
his application for a new trial. L. M.'
In Fssex the Smith-Nugent assem-
bly slate was nominated over the.
Wilson men. and James R. Nugent;
o keep saloons out.
figure thine n is going to be out ot .Several inflammatory speec-nes
commission, and then Florida is go-, vVore !Uade. Ar the afternoon ses-
burst out into a great mos-i;on a motion to investigate .nf
ling year of 1 '' 1 I is going to be a
r and a record-breaker. i
som of general lirosperity, or else I j sj eaker's cliarges and
am the mot mistaken prophet in thej .superintendent of the
-r;,'(. nnrl I know that there are ajp mn'roe. before th
LM-ea: many others that read thejWj.(Jl down.
the same way that I uo. j Speaker Srantcn. aitei
' : r.
Hail's statements were pra?-;
borne out by the arrival yes-i
y of two tourist cars fille 1 w:th
jective homescekers. One of;
cars arrive from points in In- i
ily, and after visiting all i-arts oi
r- city contintte on their way to
ery s?.''tion of the state.
iiiss state is tremendously strong.
tfldally; there are any number oi
pfs of this fact, while, as ever.. ;
knows, its marvelous natural re-!;i
ir.'-p.s nti advantages o; s,un ;
imate have iiar.lly been scratched
l the surface as yet.
In National Idi.ielight d?ana. an I the other from the n-u th-
u... ,,.: v,-v nmchi wesi. Other parties are arriving
t I 1
the limelight in a national way.
, .11 ....... 1 . j-w 1 T-. T 1" i 1 V O '.
eo ne tui ovei in.. .w.tmiv
Leir eyes turneu in mis -i.nt.-i nww.
id the way they are pouring into i
e state from every direction is most
i ;., ,r n ("-!i o. .;, ii nnil lif limit! v l)t:il
ini v.cot.tprs ill r u iw mi- .-. i !- .-
fJ 1LV. 1 - ------ 1 I
w from now on. j Aci-nit nt in Haytnna
"1 find them jirospecting. invest i-
.ting and settling in ,11 parts of lclonaU
ate, anu inev aie "u.-iu,, .-.--ith
the sole purpose of making the
ost of their opportunities
i,,.nLi;lont r.f f Vl a ti'V'li ti'tiith i
x iaun. wi .... .vas re:urneJ lo tne democratic state
rt 'entlv convicted of the murder oi .
u-u'"' 1 committee bv a majority estimated!
.'ary 1 hagan. has been unanimously t i ;
rP.eH.ted to that high position. thusjat j'';
he enjovs the luhes..
, . New Ilea faction of the republican'
the members ol this' . , , i
e-u .'ewisn chuntable organization, i
..UH..I. : -i-es.Mve partv in the state, won over,
Ht..p -.va- po other name mention-; .. . i
' JMr.-.nnd H. Osborne, of Montciair. in
,.-1 fr !i,a nffi'-M jtltb nnsdi as r usual ;
1 i the gubernatorial nomination con
r.i- r im thin? Franks name would not have; .
coaling 'rest in the progressive party. Th
rticle- had app-ar- lrt'' '"" V -regressive vote was extremely light
FOR IDE BETTER
MftEH OF FLORIDA
f rniversity Students May Ik
Organized for Study of their
IT.irT- ( i k'
od in newspajiers threatening to
.-.., t i:-,i r.n t tliiit threats and t
or intitnidarion ltad come to him for
!he past several days said:
"There are t wo suit cases of
j now in the office of the sup.rin
lent of the capltoi. sent laeit
j -rier.ds of Covt-rnor Hoop.ef. an 1 even
irhis will not intimidate or scare me.
l am speaker of this House and pro-
remain so to the end. I do
man would hav e been name
with this announcement comes
! n.'luenced bv a court ruling that
he statement that Frank is still ccn-
d .ict ins the affairs of
cell in the j
ns I Pencil Company from his
,v.- i tower.
ti kkish sLiH!-:i:s c?h:tk
A IU:i(.N HV TKI11I.M1
Ec.fia. iept. .-
. These t-eople are coming! H I0n 5 T tl TViM III not propose to ne tnumma.eu ,i . -;; i ,vu.;u, hns tpIp:rra,lhtld his congrat-' cn litions in
- i m k '-.i mm a w .. . i -Aiu norn inr i ur ii .ik.ii '.11 i.t. t i
to,;, ,f th.vParoith.Tlhi'.A MT AIIISI II! 11! (lovernor Hooper or in; gunmen anu, s.n.,1.1 --"" i, trx r,, ,murn nr Fi(,pr : scientifically 5
'll . i UnUiii-llIi- -- ... .,. tniw 1(i .n-.i.---. rul- Thev have burned the town ot .nu-: -ai.uw .v,
ate homes or to mane inves.-; i; " .,.,., taha Pasha and several villages anil of New Jersey, nominated m tne 1 he county
. And they are simply the a t-, i.ig... wm ..u r- ; ,,,. c,iwni i democratic primaries for governor. nit. Each
, ... ,.ri .( v i:Momoii i au-eii .iimhiivi- i, ,,.m,, Vn Aclariani, ioiiou-i.nr ii.ua. "v, i .. .
i Hiiirti ( p i: tJ(it anu.i v. ...v. ... ... w ttMJr.i-iirtit,n-ik-ri'rv:iiifj;,:Hi- :ifiiorrii(iM
r 1 i
y . -!! c,,.m,i. -mil liiilt:tll!v l;)t:ll
ing -Ml", btaiiioii. a.ifi iumii-, v...
i -oat to show that he was not arme l.
Davtona. Sept. !'-. -Mrs. .naries
as horribly buirned on
j the right arm and about the body
ivesteruay when a gasoline stove in
' V, ... ..i,, rr Vi t fl ln
l. .. -.1 1.:., t c i liei UUUie mupiu
. I. ,i rr TIOl '111 III-- K ill liJ.
ist U.111, nJ. ill--. .- j
iople who have made sm cesses else-.
re, but simply recognize the un-
suiltv of such
failed adv antages that belong to j
.Mrs. .McDonald, wife of Charles
McDonald, owner of the .McDonald;
.boatvard, was alone at home at uie
Tr. r, 1 -i v : 11 ll fT f 1 ff Ol't S
1 nave ueeu i... i-. l.urned be- i
... i t:i e a i i iijiiiii in. .. --
with tne great iinuniti i vv-mir,.
Americans that are pre-; .itr.,0 ,.flrrvin.r water
yng to make norma me ..om the river fought the fire until
II run across .no.-, ii- j .e truck arrived. The house
ere. ana am aia.-fc ". ,,t tha t-Prhen
i v.t.- i -1 1 - - i . ww
hi.- -;ttt them Althouuli many oi , ... it the House
1 rv ... -..1 v.TJt iinm:i!rp V s oout? : ....... i .i 1
voune men come down alone.!"-;"- '"" CT iarnied thugs should ie mciuae. ..a
fiid that they have left their oung;-11-1'1 1 ; ; not just those
i-es and families behind, but in al- j ionists."
lllkll w .........
.si., nn r or in: i .- fr.ir ii!iv sneecies. some Ml
losii every nisiauit jic i"""""" v,i ......... -,
during the next j j them conciliatory, the House au-
Ivn inr three months. There is sim-; Mcintosh. Sent. -" -Misses Loisi journed
ieenounced the man who "ram-- dawn
v.ea:,ons in his pocket." and declar
ed that any man
oractice was "a (1
rcsentative Lex Stone threw back his
'oat to show that he was unarmed.
turned to .Mr. Mclarlanl and said.
"Any man who would call a set of
iimel nun to guard the door of -b.v
... i . i
IVcHlM h e 111 IS lUS! as I.lU. i. u
coward as the man referre 1 hy
vvtiv- nfit send the utm; ;nn
tot lionest men nave a cna.o.e.
spi:i:!: is not so vkky sick
Gainesville, Sent. 2 5. Among the
lea ling progressive features of the
new year at the University of Flor Florida
ida Florida none is of greater significance
lb an the proposal to form a Florida
Club. It is being more and more rec rec-ogiuzei
ogiuzei rec-ogiuzei in education that the nere
and the now is of great importance.
Ihe past has its lessons but the pres-
ent is being studied more and more.
President The object of this club is to study
this state thoroughly.
ill be taken as the
county in turn win ne
rigorous analysis as
!el that the primary returns showed; tt increase or decrease in the leading
the supporters of President Wilson eccnomical and social factors such it;
;o he in control of the Ne.v jersey : the wealth per capita, conon aaRT..
Innnrr im- xtot'l nor PC rp. nonulation. elucaticn,
muvi uv; (."-- i. l
A-i un-nintifip 1 and emnhatic vie-! 1 1 r en ra hie diseases, etc. Tni--
vcters who participated in the demo democratic
cratic democratic or republican primaries last
i -,-ar were ineligible to vote in me
piogressive primaries this year.
In the republican primaries Ed Ed-war
war Ed-war I C. Stakes, former 'governor,
.vas n ea.-y winner over his three
President Sends Congratulations
Washington. Sent. 21
now at Highlands, N. C.
Athens, (.a., Sept. 2. Many con
istin.. .in.nt j o-i-ne riiit nbouti .emocracy
u -., i iiio litifin rF .Tiiflsre Kninrv Sneer, i
I - .. i ; -ii i ,1 l-ii tho nrii.
His phy--'0'.v was secreiarj i uniuu s iuui- a.ysis ni "t- uiiuuicj j -"- i
:n?nt on the results in the numerous ; posed county clubs of the university
-tenMn- him the past few davs hadj- i-ests between so-caneu vv unaer tne unecnuu u.
re-ort'rrom him last night. He island anti-Wilson democrats through- ellts and thinkers.
d; -?n frni pn attack nfiout tne siate. The tlsn has been triea m ueui-
Dr. 1. 11. Goss, who has been
' i !:a:ne
b-.i-red Mr. Stone. He de-dared ttiat,
was i ..ii i
t? ttrn I nose was to ne cie.ueu aw
i. .. . 1. 1 1. l'-if 'l rai.nrl.i ',I1V
1C :iils 11UI is. ill ua.i 1 1- t i i'i. .......
rd. He will likely be able to be car-j
,.:riol from IPsrhlands to his summer I Anthony, Sept. -Mrs. A.
inn -' i j ....
. . j j .. T-.,r.i... i-:i-.r"ol-.Qf.nn-ioTllllt
h )me r.l .Monnt Airy by October i. s ivimn ieit vv euuesuay iui i amjia, C1 t ine worn. iu ucoisia "t""'- ---.-
I i where she will visit her sons. Arthuri rro:'. Branson resigned the presi-
tfir tVio rlirection of Prof. E. C.
Tl 1 IK V v a -
Kianson of the State Normal School
at Athens, and has yielded astonis.!jr
R-iinglv fruitful results. So important
was to be
d be inclu
w h o s i d e wit h tne i a s-
land Denit. tor an in lefinite stay-
en for cement
av them toiiovv
There is sim-; Mcintosh. Sept
Zr,n timatinc what all this is go-:nickson and Myrtle Grainger left for.
to mean for the state at large. ; Columbia College, Lake City, this j bills, the consideration ot wnicn nave
strong, sturdy cute- week. brought feelings to a mgn teusio.i
blood is the j,. y. Christian has returned ; among the members ot tne nouse.
section ot tne to ti10 state Fniversity at uaines-; robabty win come up io-m. u
enjy of the state normal to devote
j Mr. George Drown returned Wed-, n;s whole tine to festering the work
Kurd-a. Sept. 2.". Fall seems toir.es 'lay from Demorest, Ga.. where! Q- the Georgia Club.
i. r.. o..i.-rr.oMiino- f-nii tii sud den h has been locatins his family and- as r?n be readilv seen, this jilair
I. E It: SI ti i .;iv ii.Jir L - .... I- ----
r hanae in the weather and I'm sure! getting his children in school. full of the greatest promise of
ve will all welcome if. -Mr. an.l -Mrs. K. Milligan have usefulness. It combines economics-
.Mr. F. M. Harji was a business vis-j moved back from Ocala and are now; an-j POcioIcgy in a most vital and irn-
itor in Ocala .Monday. j liv ing under their own vine and Mg -rediately practical way. Through
yr. II. Ii. Mathews went to Palat-!:ree. I the university alumni resilent in the
ka last week to consult his attend-; .Mr. Chandler Youg went to A pop-, different counties the work will bring
nhvs-cian concerning his neaitn. Ka luesnay in nis new ruu ci, miv -;;p.e conege into orgaui- i-ouua wnu
F. -M. Harp and -Mrs. I. M. ; ing with him his wife and two st. ters ; e crv part of the state. It is exten-
T'inson were callers at Fort ,McCoy. who are here from Tampa visiting. ; siCii work of the widest and most
The so-called law-
his influx of
il-ising and ambitious blooa is tne yU.
lyeatest asset any section of the lo tne state
Tomtry can hoiie to have, and 1 con- vilIe? while Mr. J. F. Gist came direct it0st votes it was shown that the fus fus-Jpjer
Jpjer fus-Jpjer Florida and all th6se who fcl-:to school from Mullins, W. Va.. j ionists probably have enough v otes
)ady live here are most fortunate up.ere he has been for the past sixjto jass the measures.
, i.i .,tirt Vi5i -...w- wi -:h it' shplbv county.
i niini- leeil a Jit" I iJ aiiini i.. u-ouk t .vim i. --- j
heri .-;.i ti.it w-lion Iip entered the Otlice v- ay 10 me iiume u: mo ,,.iw... ..v... .-
"v : JlilU UlUl -v '
C. Renfro. siinermrenaear a miui i
I ii- .. T 1 P I." Af ,ir,,-n- ll O A f
he found a dozen men .virs.,ui. i.is.1.. m r .kv.u..
lien-ihere calling on -Mrs. Harp: inurs
His mission was to look after his or-- ,uefu kind.
! Mr. .lames Marsh, of Ocala, was injange grove.
!our burg Monday. He was on the! .Mr .and Mrs. Davis Baskins are; .mi:.(y P.KCOMF.S
finest and highest type of citizenship
Ii all the world.
"Plus is the kind of blood that de-
eloiVed the waste places or me
ni I when vou think
of what it
Miss Tenant has returned to
home in Gainesville from a visit to0r George
her uncle. Mr. .1. D- Price. j of the capitol
Mr. S. H. Gaitskill arrived from seated there.
Aiarvland on Wednesday. He re-
We regret to see them leave, i
Baskins was Miss Annie Smith,;
Later he met Mr
ill ficcomplish witn au oi r iui iua s ,l(,;.ts some cooi weaiuei c.i.
nlinited natural resources and ad- i4,r frosts there, but says that
ar.tase?, tnere is nu iemun iMonaa sun iuik .m'ou iw mw..
S ii 1 .ii ..,in -w 'f T J I. Kill I IlllinO-
lh.v v on t do for an mis ieai srv.- .ir. j. i-. i urnipseea is -'i''i'i'"n
ills launch with a O-hp. two-cylinder
liumper Crops Promised ( Roberts motor with complete equip-
.., f ,. i-inH are fine, n ent. including reverse gear
iin.itirn tmints to a creat w A nave i m
rleld of citrus fruits as well as other r.p.est noats "u me
The turpentine market is :
CHINA'S FISCAL ADVISEit
and has been a faithful worker in! "'u6luu' f
tnA n .1... M.t,! '..ivli ? :i n a V livuij v,"
fro and asked who they were and -ay morning sue wu, a ; ,7" "' poliTical economy at the University
was informed they were penitentiary j Lisk who was called again to see scho :n tor years. U e v i mn,s them i he has accepted
Vr. .1 ni -i i ia. who has neen in lor m cnurcn anu in a social way. .mi., .
iiuarns. a resoiuuou u ua- ina - ..... : the non of general nscai auviser iu
, , ,- u.pUpMip tini" s Raskins thinks that his orange grove jine ,J- L fc
tor Fisher brought betore the House so.ne ti.iu. ; ; rel,ublic of China.
it i- L. .. ii f, .... ..-.ii tfi t u iioi-, .,.-... or i u r- yiiiiw r ii ii i
vllnl.es i il I J ijij i v ti ji.i'jci. til I'uio .... .....
sdrv for Lake City, where he win attention.
A resolution to have
was voted down at the afternoon ses
fastest and one of the;
SAYS IT ISN'T SO
growing stronger, and in the very
taare of things, lumber with all of j
I building and general activities'.
f,f i rprta n to follow in me vvae.
.i.i it.. .-i t t o ii tiorp
bf this coming prosperity, is sure to j una. neac.eu oy ..,.
idvance j inspecting the bampsou Siues. u.
A? for Florida, financially, there which they are interested.
The registration books of the town
o: Mcintosh are open at the bank.
Mr. E. L. Price is
for from South Caro- Iennese.- legisiaiure .a.-.
'lfo ier Denies Charges Mmh' on the
Floor of the Tenne-see Hou-e
Nashville. Tenn.. Sept. l'. B. W.
ttoouer s-nt a sn'ecial message to the
in his work as a student in Col-; Mrs. Wile
tvibia College for the ensuing term, a j arty Monday night
We v:.-h him much success. nice time.
. ... . . i- i ...... if .::.:. T-. 1 .t t 1 - ti r r f nnr t
;... '. r.-.- vp! .-.:eve:is. vi utici. .:.?s .:;u.c i a .si. si-ii i.-. -i.
,'rove over from his place of business ; efficient railroad agent, is visiting
Thursday noon. her brothers tamiiy.
We li-i not have a very large at-1 A very pleasant time was
Prof. Adams, at Ann Artor, con-
gave the voting people! Armed the report that he had accept-
All report ap' a IU,U1
i China. He said that he would act
adviser to a government eommis-
j sion. appointel for the standardiza-
tion of the records and accounts of
spent for- government railways. He will sail
A party ot
-n"ane at services Sunday on ac- a few hours by the ladies of the
night dis- count of bad weather, but trust that ; Home Mission Society, last Tuesday
claiming any connection with the al- thines will be more favorable next : afternoon at the residence oi .vira.
lesed invasion of the lower house by third Sunday and hope everybody ; E. K. Swain. Miss Alva Gates and
"""unmen" yesterday. He denied em- will come. j Miss Ruth Tace assisted Mrs. Swain
You should discard that straw hat.
See Waterman for the lafest soft
hats and derbies. 9-22-tf
21 Jewel Hamilton Wattcii
20 year Gold Filled Case warranted to pass
A few more specials in Unredeemed Pledges of
Diamonds, Watches and Jewelry of all descriptions
15 Jewel Elgin or IValOiam Movement
20 year Gold Filled Case
EXTRA SMALL SfZ LADIES' Gold Filled and Solid
Gold Watches at very low prices.
THE OCALA EVENING STAR. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1913
:::"X:::::: 1 1 a i; s p i : r e p l v at the
. TE.MI'LE this evemxc;
I OCALA OCCURRENCES I
V: b'Ois-. M;.s FIcta- a:, i their
... .. ' '. Merch-
: a -he T--;;..i t .iii.zh:.
- .: "I",-- ;. Ju '. what
:.-.:rd of :h. they will
a .":ror;;irn--'. and as
WOO i U Hit--;'
o:.ifj i ; i
bi-ki-on Chapter. I'. b. C. .-or-,
: -j : 1 1 r- to attend o:'
o no come a.oiu
"a.. ua u'j 1 uj i Jim u 1 11 : a.? .wanaana j.m exercises io oe ; aei.i a zuo-1 hou.-e.
held in Yonee's hail Saturdav morn-
KISOI.ITIONS OF SYMPATHY
Its a wh-e girl who knows what h-r ir'g. i-t. 27th. a; 1" o'clock.
name will he- this time next year. :
IIEAHY TO WEAK LADIES l EETS Whereas. Go 1 in his infinite wis-'
What bay bo You Think Jt Is? tf ; d,:n has seen fit to remove the be-i
I We are daily getting in by evpie loved grandfather of our dear Sun- i
Engineer Trammell, after a rest. i: .hi,ineiit. of the very latent lay school mate. Helen Jones: there-1
i- again in the cab of Sunnyjim. Uhaj.es. hu-j-e and -mall design, and! fore he it j
! uniil the Ten Day Sale is over we are ; llesohel. That the members of
School supplies of all kinds at The j offering them at specially attrac tive our Sunday school class wish to ex-;
Murray Company. 9-24-::t j prices. Come in and look them over Ten 1 their sympathy to their dear
! at Klein's store ue-t of the ourt-; rien 1 and class mate. Helen Jones:!
What bay bo You Think It Is? tf j house
Judge Wm. K. Smith left last
night for a couple of days visit to I
bake count v.
CARD OF THANKS
To the dear friends who so tender-(
j that a copy of these resolutions be;
j maile 1 to Helen Jones. 1
i Signed: Gertie Brigance. Myrtle;
, Hall. Asnes Durford. Ida Bell Clay-i
ten. Carrie Brown, bovie Gates.
Mr. It. B. Bullock left this morn-:
i lv and kindlv remembered us in our
,. i Pearl Sikes
hours of sorrow and consoled with
ing for a professional visit to Inver-ius -n f)(ir heavv bereavement. we I Mr- D- 3- VVoodrow and several of;
wish to express our most heartfelt 1 1 he CaJa l'k-ian.s are trying to
thanks. Words can hut feebly c-on-!raise for screens for the new
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I very to them our appreciation.
The members of the Ocala tire de-1
jiartment are in daily expectation of!
their new and handsome uniforms. I
hospital. an:l are issuing handsomely
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Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Jones. u'.umaic, ioi i eacu iu
Mr- C O Jone-- i order io seen-.- the needed funds.;
... I This plan was followed in raising'
MAXESCRIPT COVERS j oney for a similar philanthropic j
- I purpose in Asheville a few months1
Several of our young men are An elegant line of iters' mana-! ?-?,' an1 'as contributed iy
carrying pictures of their best girls script covers, in any color that could j the l,el)le of tnat cit' in a week or
in their watches. They expect to j be desired, just received at the Star j ;'- um OI u,f unca.es. uni oe
bring them to time later. office la sor"'1 Inin" u nana lo hC- 1 eler
when you go up to the gate. Chip in
and help oat your own county.
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Mr. W. J. Frink of Lev on was a
business visitor to Jacksonville yes yes-ferdav
ferdav yes-ferdav and todav.
Rev. W. II. Coleman of the Chris Chris-nan
nan Chris-nan church will preach at Griner
school house next Sunday afternoon
a: o'clock. The public is invited.
There is much work for the Moose
goat this evening, and all members
should be present to shout "Howdy,
Cut glass in the latest cuts and de designs
signs designs at low prices at The Murray
Mr. T. C. Hall arrived yesterday
'from South Carolina, where he spent
the summer. His health has much
improved, and all his friends are
glad to see Major Tom.
Look at the cut glass display in
"the show window of The Murray
Company. 0-2 4-Ct
Mr. C. W. Hunter observes 'with
great interest the big league clubs
that are making winter headquarters
in Florida, and says Ocala must have
one. It would be a great boost for
our city and of much material benefit.
A license to fill prescriptions is
hoc all perfection demands. Perfect
viuality of ingredients, absolute ac accuracy
curacy accuracy in compounding, a complete,
fresh, well-kept stock these are all
necessary to prescription perfection.
You get them all at Gerig's drug
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ALL THE LADIES WHO
AT OCR DEMONSTRATION"
PROXOCXCED IT THE
ORDER A TIX TODAY AM)
SEE IF THEY ARE NOT
ONE, TWO AND THREE
0. K. TEA-POT
Two of the Coast Line's clever
and competent passenger men. Mr.
J G. Kirkland of Tampa, and Mr. E.
M. North of Savannah, are in the
city today. The Coast Line seems to
be about to give Ocala a number of
passenger schedules that will make it
the railroad center ot this part of
Florida. It is to be hoped the plans
will work out right, and the Star is
sure that' it will pay the Coast Line
if they do.
PHONES HJ and 171.
Bryan Higgins, the Coast Line en engineer
gineer engineer killed at Beresford Monday
night, was a schoolmate of Mr. Clif Clifford
ford Clifford Peabody of this city. He was
about 2 8 years old, an unusually
yeung man to be engineer of such an
important run, his engine pulling the
night express between Jacksonville
and Sanford. The accident occurred
on a sharp curve just south of Beres Beresford.
ford. Beresford. The curve was to the left, and
the boiler of the big copperhead en engine
gine engine probably concealed the other
engine from Mr. Higgins till it was
too late for him to jump. His death
was a heavy blow to his father, who
lost his wife, the young man's
mother, a few weeks before.
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Mr. J. G. Ferguson is here from
Lakeland, spending a week in the
city. While spending a good portion
of his time in Lakeland, Mr. Fergu Ferguson
son Ferguson still has large interests in Ocala.
Get your school books NOW. and
avoid the Monday rush at The Mur Murray
ray Murray Company. :-24-,'lt
Mr. C. II. Dame left last night for
St. Petersburg, to finish up some
work for the Woodmen. In a day or
so he will go to Arcadia, to officiate
at the unveiling of monuments for
.the large camp at that place, bame
V, sil ways in demand.
Mr. E..P. Thagard. state bank ex examiner,
aminer, examiner, was shaking hands with his
numerous Ocala friends yesterday.
Mr. Thagard thinks that the new
primary law gives ex-Gov. Gilchrist
a mighty good chance to be elected
IT. S. senator.
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Mr. A. A. Langhorne. Jr.. who. for
some time past has been the efficient
and popular night clerk at the Ocala
House, has returned to his home in
Gainesville, where he will assist his
';i,'her in the management of the
Hotel Graham. baring Mr. Lang Lang-horn's
horn's Lang-horn's residence in Ocala he made
many warm friends, all of whom re regret
gret regret to see him leave, but who wish
for him every success.
I have just opened up my new
garage on North Main street, and
solicit a share of the patronage of
var owners in Ocala and surrounding
territory. The repair department
is prepared to do all kinds of auto automobile
mobile automobile repairing on short notice.
None but first-class workmen em employed,
ployed, employed, and therefore, I am in po position
sition position to guarantee every job that
leaves the place. Rates will be found
reasonable as high-class workman workmanship
ship workmanship and good material can be fur furnished
nished furnished (JIVE ME A TRIAL
T. C. Luckie,
Building formerly occupied by Ideai
G. C. SHEPHARD,
Holder Block, Rooms & and 10.
There, a reason why you sJionh
try tin Straus Cafe, for it's some something
thing something different. J)-2.-;St
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Judge W. S. Bullock is remodel remodeling
ing remodeling the neat cottage which he owns,
the last house on the north side of
Oklawaha avenue at the turn of the
Silver Springs boulevard. The prop property
erty property will be very pretty when finished.
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Some members of the council and
several citizens were at the council
room last night to meet Mr. Alex II.
Twombly, and that competent engi engineer
neer engineer gave a great deal of valuable in instruction
struction instruction regarding a sewerage sys system,
tem, system, the Imhoft" tanks, water works.
power and lighting, and various!
other matters in which the people of
Ocala are interested. It is a pity he
did not have a much larger audience.
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. 0-22-tf
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The monument for Walter Young,
deceased, who was a member of the
Woodmen, has arrived and been put
in place over the grave in Green Greenwood.
wood. Greenwood. The date of theunveiling will
be decided at the unveiling tomorrow
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The county judge has issued mar-'
riage ylicenses to- W. T. Taylor and
Mrs A. C. Mathiws. to W. T. Math-
fall Pllfinf 2fi7 ewsi and Mi?s Lfaurie E- Hogan and
to j t'. uevane" ana .iiss erua n. :
1 1 nolo Mnit fUMrlat Drawdy.
when you want First-class
freSil Meat, risn Or Vege-j Mr. P. V. Leavengood. business
tables. Corn-fed pork from ; manager of the Star, is on the sick
my own farm. Al Rhame, I llst unlay
Ocala's best cutter, will
serve you. Prompt delivery
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D. N. WALDRON,
112 N. Magnolia St., Ocala, Fla. j man's. Get yours now. 0-22-tf
All the late shapes and shades in
men's fall hats are just in at Water-
You Will Eventually
Why Not Now?
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w a m
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USE STAR WANT ADS:FOR RESULTS Ttiey "Deliver the Goods."
THE OCAU EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1913
JftoHZyfj the fzcmfs
insures yoif a wecome
ALL GIVE ATTENTION BOARD OF TRADE ITS
Hoard of Trade Meeting Postponed
to Oct. but Then it Will e
a Ileconl Hreaker
Regular meeting of the- Marion
County Board of Trade for Sept.
.Mr. Kirkland Makes a Meritorious
Suggestion to the Youth
! of Marion
,.unir,n Lots litilfr friction
Giuua, ..r. 1..- t V.o nr.,-..'
Sill 1 1: Lij'Jii i iic ixi ut;T-uii
munity's future growth and welfare.
ir is proper that they they should be
trained as early as possible for the the-l.art
l.art the-l.art they are to play. j
j An interesting example of just j
what may be done in this direction
offered by Poughkeepsie, X.
The mayor and council of that city
rcfprtlv presented a medal to
The GLAD HAND goes out to the man who has
mnnv in th Hnnk Monev in the bank enables you
to carry out your plans and to get others to join
you in an enterprise, lry to put tnrougn a ueai
withnnt mnp MONEY of YOUR OWN: vou will fail.
Try it with SOME MONEY that is yours; you will
w fcj V t
We shall gladly ADVISE lOU on business
matters any time, free ol charge.
DO YOUR BANKING WITH US
We Pay 4 per cent Interest on Savings Accounts
Oklawaha, Fla., Sept. 24, 1113.
Eiitor Star: An organization of a
will be postponed until Oct. s. when j
... n, tU u,,,,,., mpPr. board ot trade would be m keeping
there will be one of the hottest mee-
uieie jw uc with a movement now broadly mani-
ings vet held uv tnis orgaiuwuuu-,
Our citizens will be home from their
u i ii w ,nl ovs of the county an intelligent m-
i outings, school will be opened and, .
. fon terest m civic affairs,
business men ready for fall trade.
Eeverybody will be happy and pro- ;.;
removed, friendships renewed an l
every man, woman ana emu roust
ing for the best city and county in
Florida. Hurrah for such condi-
. ,. V, 1 ,1
tiona. How proua eerone snuuin
eel that they live in such an age.
mich a clime and under such prosper-
-Tiriitinns. Then let us tell it,:1
write it. shout it. prove it, to every
one that comes into our count, tnai 1 ?
it is the best. Let this be known as a
J t of hnnpr t hit1 made the highest mark in a comneti- $
the boostmgest set ot boosters mat
nit; live examination on municipal af- .x.
ever boosted. i r.a
v- nni,r .s Pome lairs, aiiiuhs ui pu i
.UW leillClUUCl, wvi.v... ..... T1
and smoke, loin in the debate, wake llMr f ,
aua mun.r, j lton nf t IP C tV! the facts and
up and let us have the biggest, suie-;
1 . ...v..; neeis of a proposed new sewage
linn r mi t h ihj iniici i
land cities are talking willingly about
t.i ")er Ol lire iruiniidunrs, nu. me iuwc- --
land patterning after your Board of ,fcr u' t -a
Tr!p Fvpn Duval ami nuistjoro
Presttitje aedl Sttandinfli.
Discriminating business men have long appreci appreciated
ated appreciated the advantages of using this bank as a deposi depository.
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.
Ocala National Bank
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
II SIGIU1A FEMALE COLLEGE
902 Fort Kiog Ave. Ocala, Florida
.system; the number ot policemen, j j-
PENS SEP. 29 FOR THIRD ANNUAL TERM
RITES: $8.50 PER MONTH. TEPMS IN ADVANCE.
towns' and lheir duties tne benefits of ex-
This school will properly train and educate young ladies and girls
in u nmrtiral useful course for higher and tetter life. We solicit
:ier oi ure i-uihiwuics, nu. uic iwc- -- t
Hon of fire alarm boxes, and proper he attendance of pupils who appreciate our efforts to advance them
. iL 1 i v.i. moL-ino- the unrk in school a pleasure as
few small boys about 12 years of age in
our primary and preparatory department.
Trade. hven Duval an, i hoJ fjf turning ,n an alarm; tne Rapidly and thoroughly, makinr
ugh counnhave woke uM d Qf we ag an elegant means of c
county chamber, oi citv departments; the names of the'J We have agreed to take a V
Old-Marion doesn tol he lead, c t desirability of public!? our primary and preparatory
fStWon; rnnif in. be OI Us. pall l'1" ...
, rk4 the location of wards, ana:
and parcel of the best business move-..
ment in vour state. Stand by it oii;ma. ...
... .1 ...,.u tv aii Boy Scouts may be of .service to the;v
... 1 for DUbllC
CGlintV Will piuspt'l auu
Young men's classes from 2 to 5 p. m. cr from 7:30 to 9:
night. Best attention and thorough teaching.
I'lIOXK :i:lH VOK CATALOG.
Besides these questions each j .V"!
fondest expectations. ccnreslaiii .e.i.:u (
p pi- h'sroric interest within hve miles
men like li. s. nan nui
home boosting his state. Ilea l what oi the city
he -avs elsewhere. Doesn't it in-j The meial was rubhdy rresentel
" ,w vn rp in 'and the occasion servea to arou?e
uch a state and the best county in keen luwA among the cuizens gen-,
; nnnat v hnnst and we will orally, as well as among the mem-:
II! 11. l'"H .'-.'t --
GEO. C. and MRS. G. C. LOONEY,
J. 1). Rooney, Secretary.
bers of the younger generation.
Similar examinations are to be held
irnm time to time throughout .the
year. It is certain that the boys of
Poughkcepsie are learning much
about their city and are already de developing
veloping developing those qualities that will
until tin- Tt-n Day Sale is over v are
?-U!!.e S.iV.11 ji.ciii
i:i:.iv to wkak liADiKs i i:irs
We ai daily piettir.j; in I.v express
lai-fie siiiii.iints of the very latest
sliapes. lai-ttv ami small designs, ami
September 22 to 27, 1913,
oilVrhij; tliem at specially attractive
prices. Conn in and look them over
at Klein's store west of the rouri rouri-house.
house. rouri-house. J)-21-4t
adopted in every progressive com community.
munity. community. The suggestion of a junior of the
Marion county board of trade would
doubtless be profitable in Ocala.
David H. Kirkland.
HOY SCOUTS, ATTKXTIOX
ihit nn d demonstration of the most .wonder-
m X U U die 1H 1 L v U iw c
li ful range ever made. The flues of this range are made of Patented Key Key-)tone
)tone Key-)tone Copper Bearing Aluminum-Fused Metal. The South Bend Malle Malle-t
t Malle-t able has many other remarkable features, but this one alone makes it
) the most desirable range ever put on the market. A pleasant time is as
sured all visitors, and many useful souvenirs win ne given aa.
I m i v- ' .. .. 1 ) 7 i 111 11 1 1 1 i i in'" mi nn ii "V
. I II 15 1- lib.) . .. w I 1,1 i.
t I i l I I lax
a H f -M vjS 1 i PJ
Orange Sirings .Sept. 2 4. Mrs. F.
ii Dni-inV whr. hni been enioving a
pleasant visit with her. daughter.,
Mrs H B Wilson of Jacksonville.; Friday afternoon at p. m. you
returned home Monday. are expected to be at the Board of
Rev F R Bridges presiding elder, -uraae room, ous.n
came up to officiate at the third to be discussed and transacted Don't
Inuarterlv conference. He preached tail to ce meie. ...
i : : n l, lmo-iin 1111:1 WP VVaTlt
I two verv interesting sermons, uev. paitsn i -
a, t vr fmn, Rodman every scout that intends to be active.
UU1 11 lamv v. . ......
. .i f ii wrP: and stick to the movement to be
glad to have him preach for us again, j there so as not to lose anything. Re Re-Rev
Rev Re-Rev I W Peck was present also member. p. m. Friday,
and' the occasion was very much en-j J- Rocney Secretary
. IBunyan Stephens, Scout Com sioner.
Mrs. M. E. Ervin of Ocala is visit-!
insr her parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. WOODMKN OF TDK WORLD
Foit King Camp No. 14 meets in
m. every second
PH.iav Visitine sovereigns aivas
a a vi
v.elcome. J. F. Thompson, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. Ad
Next meeting Friday night Sept. 20.
i Brm'M ir yam I
Mr C. G. Manson is a visitor who
nrrived here latt Wednesday fromlvonge's Hall at S p
Mr. C. L. Mindernian has returned
I home from a pleasant visit to friends
Mr. M. C. Cleveland from Canada
a homeseeker who arrived here
! last Friday.
Mr. Fred Wimberly. wno speiu
last week with relatives here, left
for his home last Sunday.
Mr. O. H. Barker came over from
Cariaway and spent the week end)
with his family. j
Mr. and Mrs. -lohn Livingston!
have gone to Perry, whkh place they
will make their home.
Mr. James Sims of Emaralda was
visitor here last week.
Mr. R. M. Overend who has been
visiting places of interest in Alabama,
arrived home today.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Massey. who
are enjoying a visit to Lookout
Mountain and Tate Springs, report
very cool weather.
Miss Lucy Pegram is visiting her
sister. Mrs. Fred Yogt. in Ocala.
Little Maste- Raymond Kolbe
came up from Ocala last Thursday
after a pleasant visit with frienls.
Every farm that is a success, has a good barn
and out-buildings on it. That's why it is a success.
The man who takes care of his product, his stock,
his implements and machinery wins out against the
one who does not take care of them. We have the
good lumber and building stuff for you and the
prices are as low as the good kind can be sold for.
CAM LDiiEI &
Office Over Commercial Bank
M. C. IZLAR
SA1 FST LAXATIYK FOK WOMEX
x-oriv pvprv woman nee Is a goo i
---".- ... T Pill,
tive. Dr. King s .e uie
ffooi because they are prompt
safe, and do nor cause pa.n.
M. C. Dunlap. of Leadill. Tenn.
'rr Kine's New Life Pills
helped her troubles greatly.'
box todav. Price 2." cents,
mended by Tydings & Co.
OPEX ALL. XIGHT
Office Law Library Building
J. G. PURVIS
Office Over Nash Dry Goods Store
With every ranire sold timing the week of the exhibit we will make t Th Merchant's Cafe is a first clas
, ii :r.wi.. ll iniitiiini Cimkintr Ware. n lap tr take vour meals. Open night
a present ci a st-i m itiii-.inv.
n,., nun r,,r nTP land day. J. R. Dewey, proprie- Office
Attrney at Law
Woodmar Sand & Stone Company
Sand, Craslued iRock
?e.-nnd Floor Munroe and
Chamhliss Bank uildine ;
Plant and Cfiice North Main St.
I5K SI lit' r
September 22 to
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THE OCA LA EVEM.(i STAR, THURSDAY', SEPTEMBER 25, 1913
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVER V DAY EXCEPT iTXDAY
battles co:npara-battles of
r. i The- :ui::;'itr ;te:::s f-rn i -it i . ;r I
est Too (Eoodl?
or: ion to the force en-
nn nxf.Ei: & carroll. proprietors
ll. R. Carrol!, (ivnvrul .Manager Port V. Leatenpxid, Riiii's Manamr
J. II. Renjainin. Editor
I'A'iR CLOSE RUSIXESS
RELATIONS WITH i LURID
Entered a: Ocala, Fla., post office as second dais ma
S I RSC K I IT I OX I 1 AT ES
One year, in advance 5.00
Mix. months, in advance 2.50
Three months, in advance.... 1.25
One month, in advance 50 One. month, in
One year, in advance. .
Six months, in advance.
"1 ii ree months.
The farmers have only eight more
weeks in which to make ready for
the Marion County Pair. They should
Se weeks of hustling, for the fair
this year should be bigger and better
than ever before.
tations and tickets to Pensacola's
two excellent papers, and hope they
will be able to accept and send their
representatives to our festal occasion.
Tam;a Time-: That the Honduras
ho', err. meat is looking toward Tarn-'
a.- the coming port of the Gulf of
.Mexico is the statement made by
Alfre So Lopez Galeano, newly ap--jpointel
consul from that country in
i tins city. Mr. Galeano is here to
: cement the relations between Tampa'
; business men and his country, to
point out the opportunities of trade
;-.vith that country and to look out for
jthe interests of Honduras.
' This afternoon he talked to a
(Times reporter concerning the var-
jious ports of the gulf. Tampa, he'
! says, is singled out by his govern govern-jment.
jment. govern-jment. of which Francisco Bertrand is
jrow president, as the citv to which
! Honduras can look for the most
If you demand the best ail good business men do you will find this bank's
service to customers far greater than just ordinary.
From every standpoint whether it be responsibility, integrity of management,
beuumy, auimy tu caiciiu uccuLiiiiiuuauuii, or me uesire to De OI assistance to
each patron you will find us ready always to do all we can to meet your re2
quiremeiits with complete satisfaction.
Tine Moproe & CHiamMnss
It is evident that the Jacksonville
Metropolis isn't owned by the rail railroads
roads railroads any more. It doesn't hide re reports
ports reports of fatal wrecks on Florida
roads on inside pages among the
patent medicine ads.
A XOTARLE A X X I V E RS A R V
The Star has not heard of any cir circuses
cuses circuses coming this way this year and
will be Just as well pleased if they
stay away. There is going to be a
.good line of attractions at the county
fair, and the people who visit it will
he amused as well as instructed.
FLORIDA THE FASHION
.Miracles will apparently never
cease. A white jury in South Caro Carolina
lina Carolina found a negro not guilty of a
charge of assault upon a white woman.-
He must have proved he was in
The Star notices that some or" the
old boys are as handy in managing
ati auto as any of the young ones,
and has reason to believe that not a
few of them were adepts at twisting
the steering wheels on mules twenty twenty-five
five twenty-five or thirty years ago.
Mr. E. P. Thagard. state bank ex examiner,
aminer, examiner, after a pleasant visit to his
Ocala friends, leit last night for San San-ford,
ford, San-ford, where a new bank will open to today.
day. today. At the same time banks will
trade. In a few years, he says, after
jthe Panama canal has been opened,
, Tampa will be doing more business
"Marianna Dav." which the,W,th Honduras lhan Xev Orleans.
; And the reason is that same one
Daughters of the Confederacy willj wh,cll Tam,ans have SJ)read about as
celebrate Saturday, is a notable an-! the gospel of the city, that Tampa is
niversary. There was much fighting! the nearest port to Panama. Hon Hon-done
done Hon-done in Florida during the war be-jduras, he says, is the nearest point in
tween the states, tho owing to the .Central America to Tampa,
small numbers engaged the battles j
did not make the marks on the pages!
of history set there by the tremen-'
dous combats in the states further
north. West Florida was very im-'
portant to the Confederacy the last j
two years of the war, owing to its be-'
ing one of the few remaining sections;
from which the Southern government;
could obtain beef cattle. On Sept.1
IN. the Federal General Asboth, at,
the -head of Ton veteran soldiers,;
with six field guns, left Fort Parran-I
cas near Pcnsacola, crossed Pensa-;
cola bay and marched eastward along;
Andrew Jackson's old road to East j
Pass. There they took supplies j
from a .steamer, and marched north-!
east into Washington. Walton and;
Jackson counties. They wore unop-j
posed, for the country was bare not
only of regular soldiers, but almost,
of men. The federal column moved j
on, plundering residences, carrying j
off stock aiv' making prisoners of a!
few old u.-i, liom the federal sen-!
eral seem I. think he could hold j
lor random, uenera; As;otli -was a
State Recoininj; the Winter Training
(round of Raseball Stars
St. Augustine Record: As a result
of the efforts of the St. Augustine Augustine-Chamber
Chamber Augustine-Chamber of Commerce a iiattering
proposition was received this after afternoon
noon afternoon from one of the leading base baseball
ball baseball teams of the Xational League to
i-ome to St. Augustine for winter
quarters and spring training. It
seems quite probably that other clubs
will also be heard from favorably.
MONDAY and TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29th and 30th
Your presence is desired
Miss Mary Affleck
open in Tavares and Mount Dora. Do Hungarian, and made war on the-
you nam any better nroot of the
this nearby section?
It is a mighty fine thing for a rail railroad
road railroad to own a newspaper. Then when
.1 fatal accident happens on the road,
the account thereof can be hidden
away under modest headlines in an
inconspicuous place, where even
';hose interested will have to hunt
2"or it. It would be best if the cor corporations
porations corporations owned all the newspapers.
Then the common people would never
be allowed to read anything that
made them discontented, and in the
course of time they would all be
brothers and sisters to the ox.
Eu-opean plan. More than half his
i troops were negroes, who took great
' delight in plundering and insulting
the white people. At Marianna three
or four skeleton companies of "home
guards" gathered, and were reinforc reinforced
ed reinforced by all the old men and boys in
the neighborhood. Altogether, they
numbered about 3.",0 half the invad invading
ing invading force. They had no artillery,
and mwt of them were armed with
R. D. (HIA V
Wildwood Record: Wildwood was
shrouded in gloom Thursday after afternoon
noon afternoon when the news of the death of
II. Douglass Cray, one of our most
prominent and popular young busi business
ness business men. spread over the city. He
was the junior member of the Dia Diamond
mond Diamond Drug Co., and was a registered
pharmacist. He was born in Wild Wild-wood
wood Wild-wood in lSS-". and has spent his en entire
tire entire life here aside from the time he
-;ent in school at Plant City, De De-Land
Land De-Land and Atlanta. He graduated
from the Atlanta College of Pharm Pharmacy
acy Pharmacy and received a diploma on the
l'n;l day of April. 1900.
son of Mr. and Mrs. R
Knterment was made
wood cemetery and the
vices were conducted from the res residence
idence residence by Rev. E. D. Luter. The
He was the
D. Gray of
in Green Green-funeral
funeral Green-funeral ser-
The excellent business done by the
.Seaboard limited all this summer has
justified the .judgment of the officials
in keeping it on the run instead of
laying it off as soon as the tourists
went north, as in former years. Our
own people like and deserve just as
good things as anybody. which is
something that the new management
al the Seaboard is finding out faster
il-an some of the fossils on some of
ihe other lines.
It seems necessary to give the rail-
cavalry then i roads their five per cent raise in
scattering the freight rates, as it costs a lot to have
all these accidents Jacksonville Metropolis.
The Star has received an invita invitation
tion invitation and a complimentary ticket to
Pensacola's great autumn attraction,
ihe interstate fair, which will be held
in the deep water city Oct. 23 to 31.
Owing to the fact that the walk is a
long one. and that we are not as spry
Id riding the blind baggage as we
"were twenty years ago. we will not
be able to accept the kind invitation,
hut we are convinced that it will be
a big fair, at which the great re resources
sources resources of Western Florida and
ur.aLhern Alabama will be extensive extensively
ly extensively displayed. We have observed with
j shotguns and squirrel titles. The mem bers of the Woodmen .of the
I battle began in the afternoon. The World conducted the funeral ar-
! federals opened fire with their artil-1 rar.gernents at the cemetery.
lery and soon demolished the feeble
' barricade the Floridians had put up.
The Second Maine
j charged into the town
; defenders, who however kept up
i their fire from every cover they
; could find. Several men and boys
j held the Episcopal church until it
i was set (m fire and the roof was fall fall-.
. fall-. ing in. Then they rushed out and
I most of them were shot down in the
i church yard. The remaining Confed Confed-;
; Confed-; erates made a stand on the east si le
i of the Chipola river, which was
; crossed by a bridge. The federals
j tried to charge across the bridge
j were beaten back by the Confederate
fire. Then they brought up their ar artillery
tillery artillery and shelled the opposite bank
till they thought the Southerners
j had been driven away, and then
charged again. But another shower Rev. Edward Ley left yesterday
; of lead met them, and again they fell morning for Ocala where he will vis-
I back. Darkness put an end to the
fight. The federals withdrew during
! the night, after plundering every
T. E. Dridges. of Ocala, passed ;
through here today en route to Largo;
to look after interests. Later in the ;
week he will go to Clearwater to at-,
tend to business matters. St. Pe-I
tersburg Independent. i
anj j who
Here comes a Fort Myers man, I
proposes to make a business of ;
j raising catlish. We would suggest;
j as an improvement to the breed that'
them dehorned. Osceola
No Leaking in
Air Around the
An Edison Pen
makes writing easier than
The ink flows freely the
instant you touch pen to
paper stops when you
take your pen up.
Note the two little cir circular
cular circular reservoirs in the feed
indicated by the arrow.
These deep little reser reservoirs
voirs reservoirs hold ink in readiness
for writing take up "the
ink and hold it when your
pen leaves the paper.
Let us demonstrate the
great advantage of our
patented feed and safety safety-screw
screw safety-screw cap. Say good-bye
to ''finger smearing"
pens. Get an Edison.
Made in all styles from
$i. 50 to $20.00.
One of our guarantee
policies given with every
Edison Pen Co.
Get the Children a
Our line is the
This Coupon is
Good for I
on the purchase of :c
any Fountain Pen in X
our store before i
Monday, Sept. 29
Every pen accompanied by an
iron-clad certificate of guaran- V
tee. Prices range from $1.50 to
$15. A pen to suit every pur purpose.
pose. purpose. They Are Economical, Reliable, Durable. :
To sell a hundred pens before
school opens we will accept this
advertisement as 25c in pay payment
ment payment for any pen in our stdck
fnf nut tfilc fid onrl rtnf flirt nnn In ilmr
(y uui uui una uu. uuu ytimc pen lU"UOy
OUDKIS OF EASTERN" STAR
house on the west side of the river.
They carried off SI prisoners, most mostly
ly mostly non-combatants. 600 negroes and
4 00 head of cattle. They also car-
i his mother for a week or ten days.
.Mr. Leys motner nas oeen in ieeoiei
for several months. Arcadia i
few days in
of Ocala. is spending
the city and stopping
ried about sixty of their own wound-; at the San Carlos. Miami Metrop-
! Ocala Chapter, Xo. 2rj, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge's hall the first Fri Friday
day Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock and the
third Friday afternoon at 3:30, of
Mrs. Emma C. Burnett. W. M
Miss Florrie Condon. Secretary.
ed men. and sevt.al wagon loads of
much interest reports of this fair in j dead, how many they never told, but
former years and have reason to be-jit is estimated that their loss was at
liewit is one of the best held in the j least 100 in killed and wounded.
South. We respectfully recommend : About a score of Southerners v.or. v.or.-that
that v.or.-that our fair management send invi-' killed and twice as many wounded.
.1. X. Lummus is expected home;
Friday from Hot Springs. Ark.
wlvre he has spent much of his va
cation. Miami Metropolis.
In buying drugs here you are al always
ways always sure of tested quality abso absolute
lute absolute iiurity standard strength, be because
cause because you're entitled to them. Gerig's
driiT stores. 9-20-tf
75 Cents Per Crate Delivered.
Cash must Accompany Orders.
J. D. BAIIGH, Winter Haven, Fla.
Special AlimQn(Dim9 LadlfesS
It will pay you to wait and see our line of Coat Suits before making your purchase, as we have bought the
most complete and the finest line of Ladies and Misses Ready-To-Wear goods ever shown in Ocala. We will
have them on display in about ten days.
Giver of Good Values
Giver of Good Values
THE OCALA EVENING STAR. THURSDAY, SKIT KUKRIS 25, 1013
of our service is its promptness.
You are waited on when you enter
the store. You are not urged to buy
We expect the character of our
to do the selling. So pay us a visit
no matter how little time you can
spare. The goods and prices will tell
you lots and prompt attention will
enable you to buy as quickly as you
desire. But take longer if you can.
A. E. BURNETT
l'jiur Hull of Vo!unteer for the
Blitrhton Iload Working.
Dr. J. i: CLac with rn-ii .iid
i Jake Brown, eli", two drays.
F. W. Ditto, self and auto and two
Dr. L. H. Von Engelken, self, auto
AJkin tlhiB IPlunmlbei
Is now prepared to give you estimates on all kinds of
PLUMBING, STEAM FITTING & GAS FITTING
and everything in this line. When placing your con contracts
tracts contracts for work in my line let me have an opportuni opportunity
ty opportunity to save you money. All work installed is on strict
guarantee of satisfaction.
J. W. AKIN
Phone 388 or 235 S. Osceola St. Ocala, Fla.
sons, two-horse wagon ana all nec necessary
essary necessary tools.
J. A. Morris. Jr., and three men.
M. A. TenEyck, self and laborer.
J. T. Hail. self.
Fred J. Burden self and team.
'"Vwi i-1;- E. French, self,
rii'v G or aon. 1."'J.
C. Chambliss, self auto and
James Duffy, one day.
Jim Duffy, one day.
J. M. Whisenant and son, orfe day.
R. C. Muncaster, self, labor, moral
Mrs. J. R. Moorhead, aid serving support
Mrs. Ola Potter, same as above.
Mrs. B. H. Seymour, as above.
Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk, same as above.
Mrs. Mae Bingham, same as above.
Mrs. F. W. Ditto and Mrs. Mamie
R. C. MUNCASTER
Ocala House Block
Fox. dinner for ten and assistauee.
Mrs. A. M. Lansford, twenty-five
Mrs. W. H. Anderson and daughter,-
dinner for twelve.
Mrs. J. C. Howell, assist with din dinner.
ner. dinner. W. C. Blanchard, self.
Joseph P. Taylor, self, son and
team. Mr. Taylor lives on the Blitch Blitch-ton
ton Blitch-ton road.
Perry Edwards, colored, self and
H. A. Fausett, self and two teams.
J. G. Kichline.
C. A. Scandrett.
cala Evening Star.
V. T. Gary, mule and wagon and
J. P. Phillips, mule and wagon
R. S. Abbott, professional ser services.
vices. services. Dr. lioozer. self and laborer.
Dr. Walter Hood, self and laborer.
Marcus Frank, entire force of
Sistrunk. self and man.
Seymour, self, auto and two
Jones, self, auto and eight
Fall Millinery Opening
. Loveridge, self.
No matter what it is you have to seli vr what
it is you want an ad in our Unclassified Column
will bring the desired results.
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rV typeface strikes 1 SiSdS
EL the printing center g Ip'fPFsi XS!i ft
everytime.. f f Hffi g
1 TT The L. C. Smith & Bros. RaU-becring,
service Lan You """
Get From Your Typewriter?
I It's what a machine does, not what it costs, that is
All typewriters do not have the same efficiency and the
same operator does not get the same result on every writing
The L. C. SMITH & BROS. Typewriter
will produce ten to twenty per cent, more work than any
other typewriter ever made.
How is this possible?
Here are a few reasons:
1. It is ball-bearinsj throughout others arp not.
All operations are controlled from the keyboard.
It is the lightest touch machine made.
It does not "smut" the carbon.
The ribbon reverses automatically.
The tyre is so protected that it is not battered by
One motion of the hand returns the carriage and
operates the line space.
It has an inbuilt biller and tabulator.
No trouble to write on paper as small as a post postage
age postage stamp.
It is built for service.
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k L. C. Smith & Bros. Typewriter Co. A
neaa umce lor uomestic ana foreign Business,
k SYRACUSE. N. Y.. U. S. A.
"AHi Florida Ave., Tampa, Fla.
Ilk US Laura Street
IB B QnJL
Ir-Hgli Grade Printing
Call at the STAR JOB OFFICE
Ca;r. Tucker. l)o his best.
W. F. Bleseh, lalorer.
II. S. Chambers, laborer.
D. S. Wlsh. self.
C. L. AiK'erson, self and laborer.
Ocala Heights Dairy, team.
H. H. Whir worth, self and man.
Mrs. V. V. Newsom. assist with
Ocala Lumber & Sunj'ly Co., team
aud driver, probably two.
Ocala Hoy Scouts.
.1. W. Coulter, self, two hands, one
.Marion Hardware Company, II. B.
Clarksan and twelve men with shov shovels,
els, shovels, and one automobile for use dur during
ing during the day.
J. T. nursr'ss. slf.
S. Pinkney. self.
Im. IUitch, ;.uti. family and whole
L. M. Murray, Ktb ret".
M. Fishel, son an.l force.
The Carniichael fc Son Co., one
double team and two men.
J. L. Edwards, self and three la laborers.
borers. laborers. Charles Fishel.
C. E. iiightower.
. A. d. dates and auto.
C. I.. Fox. self or laborer.
Mclver & MacKay, two teams and
I). E. Mclver, two laborers and
C. V. Roberts, one laborer and
Hayes & Guynn, one man.
C. L. Sistrunk, one laborer.
Herman Warshauer, self or man.
B. Goldman, laborer.
Joseph Malever. self and buggy.
J. W. Akin, laborer.
Carlisle Drugstore, two laborers.
Dr. Boozer, rive men.
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, one la laborer.
borer. laborer. F. P. Gadson, one laborer.
Tompkins & Cobb, double team
Jerry Burnett, one 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.
V. K. Zewadski. self and la oarer.
C. V. Smith, self and rrir.
G. W. Ray. one man.
J. P. Galloway, self a. 1 tw o--ers.
E. Connor, self a : ir.ar.
'n. M. r-.:i" "r one c.
L A. Snov. i
... red Aver, "1. 1
E. T. !!' ;
Knight i L:;::- .-a
mules and wagor..
W. L. Colben, self
Baxter Cam. one-ho
F. A. Davies. self and
Carter"s Bakery, two 100
loaves of bread.
G. F. Williams, self ar.C; auto.
L. W. Harley & Bro., ?eU, pick
J. R. Dewey, self and one man.
L. F. Ballard, self one day.
A. E. Burnett, self and laborer.
W. J. Nelson, self.
Mason Snelling, self
G. T. Liddon, self,
J. W. Jenkins and team,
loe Potter and team.
Gordon Moorhead, services.
Gordon Sinclair, services.
Dr. F. E. McClane, self, auto and
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.
Nathan Mayo, self, auto, double
team and driver.
J. F. Hall. self.
Judge Bell, self and auto.
J. M. Peterson, self or man.
Glover Miller, self.
W. A. McGuire of Morriston, self,
auto and five laboiers.
II. A. Deubel, cash, $4.50.
J. T. George.
W. B. Hamden.
Roy and Glover Goodwin.
Henry Nelson (colored).
J. L. Wiley, double team and driv driver,
er, driver, one day.
J. II. Brinson, self, man and team.
J. C. Howell, team.
Commodore W. S. Goodwin and
A. M. Lansford, self, auto and two
D. S. Woodrow, self and laborer.
, S. J. McCully, rue day.
W. R. Roe and son. with double
Court Pharmacy, team and man.
E. A. Osborn of the Morriston Co.,
Morriston. twenty double teams with
men to drive them kr ten days"
W. E. Whitworth. self, man and
Mrs. M. B. Stewart. cash.
Blowers Lime Co., H. F. Goekins,
manager, self and two laborers.
Ladies of the Ocala W. C. T. U..
loo dinners and assistance in ser serving.
ving. serving. R. L. Martin, self, transit and
E. L. Wartmann, Citra. cash $2.
Joseph W. Dodge, will drive cart
E. L. Howell -r Ocala, self, auto
and two double teams. Twenty din dinners
ners dinners and assistance from Mrs. How Howell.
ell. Howell. Dr. R. R. Williams, colored, Ocala.
Will Jenkins, colored.
Our Annual Display of Millinery will be held on
Monday and Tuesday,
September, 29, and 30
and we invite the ladies to call and insiect the line.
Haycraft & DeCamp
Next to Master's
DR, F. E. McCLANE, M. D.
SPECIALIST IX CHRO.MC DISEASES
The Dr. McClane Medical, Surgical and
PHONES Office, Xo. 333. Dr MoClane's Residence, No. 407.
Office Suite 1 to 7, Holder Block Southwest cor. Public Square.
Special Prices on Recovering Auto Tops:
) Rubber. $10.00
) Mohair ... 12.50
Rubber.... ... $20.00
Goods subject to examination. Test of goods seen at
shop. Workmanship the best.
OCALA AUTO TOP CO.
J. J. McCRANIE, Manager.
5. Passenger ;
WHITE STAR LINE,
VRAXSFEU AND Flit KIMtOOF STORAGE
COLLIER BROS., Proprietors.
Teams for Light
and Heav Wauling.
3i ggage Service
Superior to Plaste
or Ceilina in
Quality or Price.
I'KIMAKV SCHOOL PATKOXS
ShouM Pay Particular Attention to
the Following Xotice
The attention of the patrons of the
i primary school is called to tnat por
tion of the Florida school law which
states that only those children who
have reached the age of six years
are of school age. consequently only
those children who have passed the
sixth birthday will be admitted.
The principal of the school will
be at the school house on Friday aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, September 26th, from 4 until
f, o'clock, for the purpose of con conferring
ferring conferring with any one who wishes to
Patrons are requested not to get
books or supplies for children until
they receive the lists which will be
given out on the opening day. The
faculty meeting will be held on Sat Saturday
urday Saturday at i o'clock. School will open
on Monday. September 29th, at 9
o'clock. Nellie C. Stevens,
Principal Primary School.
At This Period Use AH
Safeguards for Comforts and Well Being
The best and most practical of these is ice our ice. It preserves
your food, conserves your health, increases your pleasure, does
you good in ways too numerous to mention and all for a little
OCALA ICE & PACKING CO.
Get mj" prices on that new IJungalow, Cottage, Residence or
Store, Office Building or School House. My prices are Ilight, my
eJ. O. IVttcCASlrOlLJL,,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
P. O. Box 350 OCALA, FLA.
U I do it, it's don Right."
V- offer one hundred dollars re-
wr- i for any case of Catarrh thatj,;.
aot be cured by Halls Catarrh
J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. O.
the undersigned have known
" Cheney for the last 1.". years,
Relieve him perfectly honorable
as:nes transactions ana nn-
ii ..illy able to carry oat any obli obli-i,.un.
i,.un. obli-i,.un. made by his firm. National
" wik o:" Commerce, Toledo. O.
lKii!'s Catarrh Curt- is taken in in-rern.r.ly
rern.r.ly in-rern.r.ly i":n directly upon the
bod and mucous surfaces of the
system. Te.-tiinonir'i sent free. Price
7." cents per bottle. Sold by all drug
Take Hall's Family Pills for con constipation,
stipation, constipation, adv
To a Person Who Prides
Himself on His Appearance i
A lot of new Ilart. Schaffner &
Mark suits just in at Waterman's.
TVav're the very latest designs.
'iV. H. Anderson, self and thr I
nd look then over. &-22-tf
Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen
is a necessity. To supply that ne-
cessity is Our Business,
Ocala Steam Laundry
You should use our Unclass Unclassified
ified Unclassified Column to, place your
needs before the public.
THE OCA LA KVEXIXG STAR, THURSDAY, SKRl ...i.KR 25, 1913
I OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS I
(If you have any items for this
Miss Josie liullock is home from a
brief ;.-dt with Miss Mozelle I'.urk-
heim in (Gainesville.
Mrs. D- W. Davis and family and
'the family o: Mr. George MacKay re re-turnel
turnel re-turnel to a h today from Lake
Weir, where :hey have occupied .heir
lake home.-, all summer.
Jude V. M. (iober went to .Jack .Jacksonville
sonville .Jacksonville yesterday and accompaaniel
.Mr:-, (lober and children home today
from their summer visit with rela-
ties in Commerce, fla.
Rev. Richard Dodge surprised his
host of friends by aecompaning his
wife to Ocala last night. Their visit
will be divided between his parents
and his wife's parents.
Miss Georgia Borger after a two two-days'
days' two-days' visit with Miss Anna McDowell,
left today for Tampa, where she will
again be on the faculty of the Hills
borough High S&hool.
In eonuJiment to Mrs. E. T A Por
ter of Lay Lakfx who is spending
tins weeft m tpw
Miss Bvrd Wart-
mann iiivite 1 a
to drop! in at h
afternorti for a
i n t i m ctUT r i e n d s
fa i r w a s t h o r o iign
Mrs. Frank Wetherbee has written
a very e'ever play which in all prob probability
ability probability will be staged by local talent
during the winter.
Misses Agnes and Willie Persons
o;' Orlando have accompanied their
father. Dr. W. C. Persons to the
mountains of Xorth Carolina for a
sojourn of several weeks.
Mrs. Reese and Miss Minnie Reese
will arrhe shortly from Enterprise.
Ala., to spend the winter with the
former's daughter. Mrs. T. M. Floyd.
Miss Leila Gerard, a trained nurse
of the Ocala hospital, has been callel
to the he Iside of Henry Fort to as assist
sist assist the doctor in his effort to check a
stubborn fever. Wild wood Record.
Mizz Marshall and friend from
Ocala are in the city, guests of Miss
Fna Nichols and Mrs. .1. B. Cason.
Wild wood Record.
Airs. .1. M. Jackson and daughter.'
Helen, returned last night from va-
cation trip through the middle south, j
Miss Ethel Jackson, another daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, went north with them, but re-1
mains in school there. Miami Me-!
Mrs. Floyd Chaille and children"
returned home yesterday from a trip
to Tennessee. They report an enjoy-'
able vacation. Miami Metropolis.
Mrs. W. A. Jeff coat and baby, who
have been spending the entire sum summer
mer summer in Doster. Mich.. with Mrs.
Jeffcoat's parents. Judge and Mrs.
Lester Warner, will reach home Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. Judge Warner and family will
not return to Ocala till November.
Mrs. S. S. Duval and son Charles,
who have been spending two months
in Bridgeport, Ct.. will return home
Sunday, having spent a most delight delightful
ful delightful vacation with relatives.
Next Sunday will be Observed as
Educational Day at the Christian
church. The sermon at 11 o'clock
Our Fresh Roasted
25c, 35c, 40c per Pound
Florida Tomatoes, large size....l(c
Flal Tomatoes, small size 3 for 25c
Block's Crackers. 6 ."c. pkgs for 2."c
Block's Crackers. 3 10c pkgs. for 25c
If you would Buy, Sell,
Lease or Exchange, see
me at the Courthouse or
write for my hulletin of
summer bargains in
Choice Properties :
J. II. BRINSON
department call pho:.;.
will be of special interest to all who j
arc to atten 1 the nuldie schools, and i
a cordial invitation is extended.
Luncheon lor Mivs I'yles
The first of the pre-nuptial affairs j ciety.
for Miss Clifford f'yles. who will on many
next Tuesday wed Mr. Lorenzo Cul-jolis.
lum of Haiesburg. S. C. was the!
luncheon today given by- Mrs. S. T.
Sistrunk at her home on .South Lime
street. Sharing the honors as host-
ess was the young daughter of the
home. Miss Virginia Sistrunk.
Luncheoii was served at 1 o'clock,!
: and the large dining room was ar artistically
tistically artistically decorated for the occasion,
the color motif, pink and white, be being
ing being developed by the use of quanti quantities
ties quantities of flowers, many of which were
1 roses from Arden. The long table
! was centered with a cut glass candel candelabrum
abrum candelabrum bearing five lighted candles
with pink shades and an additional
soft glow came from two other
candles similarly shaded and the
i chandeliers, the lights of which were
also shaded in pink. Two cut glass
j bowls filled with fragrant roses were
at either end and twined around
their bases and around the reflector
upon which rested the candelabrum
were fronds of fern. Covers were
laid for twelve and at each beside a
water-colored place card was a rose
cup filled with mints and a long long-stemmed
stemmed long-stemmed rose.
The menu included five courses,
daintily serve 1 and the hour and a
half at the table pleasantly passed
: for the guests who were, besides the
hostesses and honoree. Misses Rose Rose-hud
hud Rose-hud Robinson, Marguerite Porter,
; Minnie Stovall, Josie Bullock. Bettie
; Wray Mclver. Clara Johnson, Ophe Ophe-lia
lia Ophe-lia Sawtell and two brides of last
: June, Mrs. Richard Dodge of Cape
Charles. Va.. and Mrs. Clifford Aver.
Miss Pyles wore a beautifully
frshioned blue charmeuse trimmed
with an over-dress of princess lace,
and completing this pretty costume
I was a hat of white lace.
A delightful feature of this charm charmingly
ingly charmingly appointed luncheon came just
as the guests were on the eve of re retiring
tiring retiring to the parlors. A silver tray
was placed before Miss Pyles con containing
taining containing a bride's book, a gift from
Miss Virginia Sistrunk. and numbers
of telegrams. The latter had been
written by the guests and contained
best wishes which were cleverly ex expressed
pressed expressed and occasioned much laugh laughter
ter laughter when read by Miss Pyles.
Miss Reaa Stiith returned today i
from a sufumr visit toMemphis and
other pouirs in Ten&essee.
Miss Mary Lou Luckie returned to-!
day from a pleasant visit to her old i
home in Xewnan. Ga.
Mrs. J. F. Jenkins and children
returned home this afternoon from
Camden, S. C. where they have heen
s;endinic the summer months.
; Miss Ksther Ley arrived yesterday
from Ocala, and is the Sliest of Miss
Claire Brodnax at her home in
Jacksonville. Miss Ley and Miss
Prodnax expect to leave today for
Tallahassee to resume their studies
in the Morula womans i onee. ;
! Mr. and--.irs? V. I). Tompkins and;
, daughter Ireafe. who hae beeni
' si.eiyO.ing the ia ;t two months in I
Xoifh CaroIiXla-ttt d Tennessee, arriv-:
ed lome this f t: i npoti.
j Mrs. W. 1-:. McGahain. Jr.. ami!
daughter. Miss Alma, of Tampa, are
' in the citv, visiting Mrs, McGahagin's
i mother. Mrs. Mary Burnett, at her
; home on South Orange street. They
i have many friends in Ocala. who are
i glad to see them again.
Miss Mary Alice Bell left this
morning for Dade City. where she
will attend the examination for pri primary
mary primary teachers being held at that
place. She will return Saturday.
Mrs. Charles W. Hunter and child children
ren children returnel home from their visit
to Jacksrnville this afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. A. -C Cold) and little
daughter Fall i: a. ill return tonight
from Xort'.v CarolTjia. where the
have l.ieen It'-anrfy located for the
past three nWuhs .--
- .-- Friends of Mrs. S. A. Rawls. who
has been ill for some time, will e
glad to know that she is impro:r.:
Porn, to Mr. And Mrs. J. S. Wester:
of Anthony, a hue boy. Sept. 1M.
Mother and child doing well.
The fact that Mrs. Munroe was not
at home Friday when the thirteenth
anr.i versa rv of her welding to Kirk
Munroe of Cocoanut Grove rolled
around, did not deter Mr. Munroe
from a suitable observance of th??
lay, and in consequence the teacheo
mt th school at
i'ed in for w?.
A daintily arr
that place were in in-ne
ne in-ne 1 -ea table was
i tv-ad with beautiful lirens and was j
! ivcorated with roses. The wittv
stories told by the host made the
::!!!( ; a.-s only too quickly, j
Mrs. Munroe is prominently iden-;
rin-d with th state Federation of'
Women's Clubs and the Audubon So-!
and is pleasantly known to ''
Ocala ladies. Miami Metrop-
Miss Lydie McDougald will arrive
i in Ocala Monday
night from Engle Engle-Marguerite
Marguerite Engle-Marguerite Porter.
wood to visit
Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Robinson re-
turned today from a brief trip to Sa
Misses Elizabeth and Blanche Mi Mi-zelle
zelle Mi-zelle will come down from Orange
Lake tomorrow and will be guests in
the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Pyles.
PROGRAM OF MARIAXXA I ) A V
September :27th, at Yonge's Hall
lo a. m. Invocation by Mr. Stev Stevens.
ens. Stevens. Division song. "Suwannee River"
Reading. '"To the Flag of the
Florida Battery"; "Message to Vet Veterans
erans Veterans at Ocala, 1S!u" Miss Hill.
Songs? "Tenting on the Old Camp
Ground"; 'Just Before the Battle
Mother" M rs. Winston.
Paper, '"Marianna" Dr. Dodge.
Song. "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere"-
Bestowal of crosses of honor
Mrs. J. E. Bailey.
Piano solo Miss Mary Ervin.
I KKGl SON-OATRKLL
There was solemnized Friday. Sep September
tember September IMth. at Fairfield, a wedding
which is of special interest to their
many friends in this community.
Miss Edna Gatrell was married to
Mr. R. I). Ferguson, a prominent
young man and promising physician.
The wedding was beautiful in its
simplicity, very quiet and occurre.1
ar. the home of the bride's brother.
Dr. H. Gatrell.
Mr. Ferguson left on Sunday for
Xe .v Orleans to finish his medical
MISS PEAKY TO MIAllllV
Arctic Snowbird Fniied to a Voiiii;
Xew York, Sept. 2T. From Xew-''
foun llaiid conies the news of the en-'
gagement of Miss Mary Peary, Ab Ab-nighito.
nighito. Ab-nighito. the snowbird, to Donald Mc-
MiUan, the Arctic explorer, Who was
with her father. Read Admiral
j Peary, on the latter's successful dash
I to the Xorth, Pole. Miss Peary is a
real child of the Arctic. She was
i born about seventy-seven degrees
I north latitude, in September, 1S03.
Arctic exploration is her one and :
only hobby. Mr. McMillan is now in
the north, at the head of the Crocker
Land expedition. which left the
Brooklyn navy yard last Julv.
What Day Do You Think It Is? tf
White Rose Delicacies
On hand for use in case of emergen-
cies. If unexpected company comes
in she is prepared to serve a lunch luncheon
eon luncheon in a few minutes. A few sug suggestions:
gestions: suggestions: Olives. Pickles. Fruits.
Fish. etc. Let us prove that we give
rnequaled service and superior
Smith Grocery Co.
North f Ocala Xational Rank
Do You Wear
If you Io they should always
he -potleo ami nicely presel.
Fre-smg and cleaning is our
bu-dii"-. ("all phone twenty twenty-otie.
otie. twenty-otie. D0DS0N & RBVTZ.
This book will greatly assist you in selecting of the most attractive color schemes
for exterior painting of your home. It contains a number of color sketches showing
various effects, easily obtained with
"THE KIND THAT LASTS"
Behind every gallon of this old-reliable paint stands the good name and reputation of its makers,
Peaslee-Gaulbert Co., Louisville, Ky. MASTIC PAINT is guaranteed absolutely pure, and is
made from the highest-grade materials. The formula is on every can.
Mastic Paint is more economical than ordinary paint, because it
covers more surface, lasts longer, looks better, and gives the very
best results. It adds years to the life of your property.
McIVER & MacKAY
ATHOLK S OF MKAIFO
XA.MFD TH FIR t'AXDI PATHS
.Mexico City. sept. 1. Freierico
Gamboa. minister of foreign affairs,
was nominated for the presiiency by
the Catholic party convention. Gen General
eral General Fugenie Rascon was nominate i
for the vice presidency. Both canii canii-dates
dates canii-dates are resardel as men of high
MARIANNA PAV i:Lt:i5R.TIOX
Dickisun Chapter. V. D. C. will
celeljrate Marianna Day September
2 7th. at 1" o'clock, at Yonge's hall.
Crosses of honor will be bestowed.
All veterans and friends of the cause
are cordially invitei to attend.
.' The Hart. Schaffner & Marx ready
j tu wear clothing need no introduc-
! tion in Ocala. Waterman is exclus-i
ive agent for this superior line. 0-22
What Day Do You Think It Is? tf
The Dessert for
surpass in their
To top off
With a distinctive
flavor all its
Store of Quality
pnCC Ask for beautifully illustrated book "Homes
rJEJu and How To Paint Them' also Color,
Card showing f ortyvfive
Call up Piioae 309 and Let
AND ELECTRICAL WORK
We Guarantee To Save You
An ire employ none but experts
erj piece of work we construct to
rlsld innpector. It coKta nothing
winner, wnemer we necure lae contract or not. uive u a iriai.
M. W. TUCKER
Read our UNCLASSIFIED ADS. !or yrrcrwant
1 1 ll
this Book Helpful
different color combinations, fl
ui Give an Estimate on Your
Hooey on A'y Vir n ur I ices
we are In Donltlon to coiraatee ev-
Ktaau the Inspection ox tae noi
to set oar flg;urea and yon are the w
OCAL.1, FLORIDA-. v
THE OCA LA EVENING STAR. THIHSIKW SEPTEMBER 23, 1913
SCH IFF TIED NO STRING
ON GIFT TO SULZER
MONDAY AND TUESDAY,
September 29th and 30th.
The above dates we will have on display everything that is New
and Up-to-Date in Millinery 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
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.
M.i Ufiithau Gave- Him No Eestric Eestric-tioiiH
tioiiH Eestric-tioiiH on l"e of His Money
ARany, X. Y., Sept. 25. Governor
Sulzer was free to ue the $2,500
check given him by Jacob H. Sehiff,
a -w York banker, in any way he
chose. The banker so declared yes yes-lerday
lerday yes-lerday on the witness stand at the
impeachment trial of the governor.
Henry Morgeuthau, ambassador to
Turkey, formerly chairman of the
finance committee pf the national
democratic committee, testified that
when he gave the governor a check
for $1,000 a personal contribution
' ne had placed no limitations on
MRS. MINNIE A. BOSTICK
Ocala House Block
SHERIFF OF SUMTER
Grabbed a Negro, Believed to le
Leesburg. Sept. 25. It is reported
here that the sheriff of Sumter coun county
ty county has John Gary, the negro who at
tempted to kill City Marshal Torianj
riuiiua ii l u i mug, iu maiuu.i. iitiius
Marshal Stafford has gone to Sura Sura-terville
terville Sura-terville to identify Gary.
max failure caused
the wallixgford massacre
From the Review of Reviews, June, 1913.
ic Farce of CoiiiditSw
k & &
A'rc" all along the line, from of-!
;;.. and directors of the Xew Hav Hav-;!r
;!r Hav-;!r fid down to its trainmen, is
, Interstate Commerce
to have been the cause
r-rford wreck. September j
ry-fiwj injured. In its report' Who Will Present the Part of Portia in "The Merchant of Venice" at the
rorfav the commission! Temple this Keening
Competitive bidding is one of the
principal causes of the suspicion with
which building operations are generally
! ill;;;;;"? he crew of the wrecked train
for la: .- and scores officers and
i.;ire' "or- for "inefficiency of manage
! Fessenden Academy, Fessenden, Flor Flor-I
I Flor-I i:la. ?-23-4t
A system of procedure seems to
have developed in which we see the
owner and contractor opposing each
other. By their false attitudes they
have made their interests antagon
ize each other, while co-operation
would be better for both.
By the competitive process, the
owner places two or more contracts
or.3 antagonistic to each other and
to himself. He does not understand
the details of a building operation,
neither does he understand the units
of cost which go to make up the total
sum which he should pay. There Therefore,
fore, Therefore, he falls to bargaining he
plays at the other man's game, ap apparently
parently apparently expecting that through some
magic he will find his treasure-house
safe in the keeping of the man who
'has been most severely worsted in
the fight which he himself has insti
This is competition! Is it reason reasonable?
able? reasonable? Here is another phase of the com competitive
petitive competitive system: As nearly as can
.be estimated, one set of plans out of
every ten and one contractor's esti estimates
mates estimates out of every seventeen are ac accepted
cepted accepted by the owners. The cost of
preparing rejected plans and esti
mates is said to approximate 10 per
cent, of the cost of the building.
Somebody ultimately pays for this
waste. Who is it? Your common
sense will tell you.
' 'Theoretically the competitive sys system
tem system is supposed to insure top-notch
results at low-notch cost; practically,
it comes far short of ifs purpose.
Specification which mean one thing
to owner and architect, usually mean
something different to each bidding
The most important building
operations today are being
done on some approximately
We established the non-competitive
plan of building 15
Three big up-stifnding facts com compel
pel compel thought:
1. Buildings erected under the
competitive system are sel seldom
dom seldom delivered to their own owners
ers owners READY FOR OCCUPAN OCCUPANCY
CY OCCUPANCY at the estimated cost.
doyvxey decides it xkkdxt
COST SO MUCH TO DIE Lost, Found, Wanted, For Sale
washig,o,,r25.-The "huJ For Rent and Similar Local Needs
cost of dying' disturbed George E.j
Downey, comptroller 01 me uea.ur,.. Evenl gtar dated gep
when he was called upon to decide n:
what constitutes "a decent!
WANTED Two or more copies of
tember 13th. Bring same to this of-
HOUSES FOR SALE Look at 44
North Sanchez street 2 homes lot
120x205; must sell together or sep sep-erate;
erate; sep-erate; make me an offer quick. E.
R. Damoth, 207 Hodges building.
9-2 2-1 m
WANTED At once, man with
family for general farm work. Ap Ap-fply
fply Ap-fply H. H. Whitworth. 9-25-tf
ThP widow or a nent nouse em-;
v- n I iyJLk oi xu euue cuiiic FOR SALE Jersey milch cows
' , lots, east Ukiawana avenue, liig oar- ... v
in the line of duty and was buried in f rtr iM -"un j
Architect uro KnjsineeriiiK
Construct ion 1 ecorat ion
The most efficient way to build is
for owner, architect and contractor
to co-operate from the beginning.
If this is done properly, the building
will be as the owner wants it, ready
when he wants it, and at a cost satis satisfactory
factory satisfactory to him.
The Hoggson Single Contract
Method unites the architect's servic services
es services with ours under a contract which
guarantees to satisfy you with plans,
materials, labor; supervision and
progress of work.
You know the final cost before the
work is begun, and you know it is
RIGHT because the limit of our
profit is clearly stated.
This method insures greatest econ economy
omy economy limit of cost limit of profit
date of completion satisfaction.
Ask our clients. A booklet. "The
Hoggson Single Contract Method of
Building." on request.
Baltimore, presented a bill for $19S,
which the comptroller said was too'"
high, whereby he proceeded to cut
the account in two. I
A hearse and one hack for the
widow, the comptroller conceded,
might be essential to a "decent
burial" of a married man, but he re refused
fused refused to pay for a funeral cortege of
seven carriages. He likewise declin-
?ain. Apply at Star office. S 2S-tf
FOR RENT A new ii-room cot
tage; electric lights; city water; bath
room; large lot; good location; S20
per month in advance; possession
October 15. Address P. O. Box 223,
Stock Farm, H. H.
209 Orange Ave.
FOR RENT Six room cottage
with bath, etc., corner Watula and
ed to approve a black suit for the gouth Seventh streets. Apply at i
corpse costing $10, underclothes and southern Express Office. 9 4-tf j
hose ana uewspapei iuei-
It Always Helps
says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in
writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's
tonic. She says further: "Before 1 began to use
Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I
thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able
to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles
of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon
gained 35 pounds, and now, 1 do all my housework,
as well as run a big water mill.
1 wish every suffering woman would give
j NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION
Using in the nature of tunerei no notices
tices notices to the amount of $3.40. The
government bought the dead man a
casket and box for $27 at Washing
ton C but the comptroller retus- POSITION WANTED Bv vouna
ed to pay for a $70 casket to which ia(jy as bookkeeper or saleslady. Ad-
MONEY WANTED $3000 wanted
on gilt-edged real estate security.
Address, Money, care Star. 9-6-4t
Send your money away from
home for your
tVio hnrU- was transferred when it
dress, 710 S. 3rd St., Ocala. 9-23-6t
WE ARE THE PEOPLE
That put the cream in ice cream.
Ten cent fountain service. Pint 27,
cents: quart 40 cents, to take home
WANTED POSITION Lady .sten .stenographer,
ographer, .stenographer, one year's experience, who
is now employed would like position
by October 1st, where there is some
advancement. Address Box 254,
vou. "The Store Accommodat- j
The Woman's Tonic
' Notice is hereby given that a spe special
cial special election is hereby called for the
Ipurpose of electing a councilman
'from ward two, city of Ocala, to fill
the unexpired term of Dr. J. W.
Ulood, resigned. Said election will
jbe held at the city hall on the 7th
iday of October, A. D. 1913.
I herby appoint Frank Harris, Jr.,
!H. H. Whetstone and Chas. H. Math Math-iews
iews Math-iews as inspectors, and E. E. Robia Robia-json
json Robia-json as clerk of said election,
j In witness whereof 1 have hereun hereunto
to hereunto set my hand as mayor of the city
of Ocala. this the 21st day of August,
A. D. 19 IZ. J. D. Robertson,
H. C. Sistrunk. CItv Clerk.
FOUND A bunch of keys, evi-j
dently the property of an autoist.
' 1 1 It! 4. I
DR. W K. liAXE Specialist. Eye, uwner can ODiain u dj caning at im
Ear, Xose ntl Throat. Office LawjofTice and paying for ad. 9-22
ibrarv Building, Ocala. Adv.
" SITUATION WANTED By aa
able-bodied and intelligent man, able
. Ti-- t.-.'tf. 1
What Dav Do You Think It Is? tf
willing to do any work. Has
OCALA LODGE NO. 280, IJ. P. O. E.'been in the sawmill business and is
familiar with machinery, and will
Ocala Lodge, No. 28G. Benovelent take any position offering a fir re re-and
and re-and Protective Order of Elks, mets numeration. Address, Box ISO,
the second and fourth Tuesday even-'ocala, Fla. 9-10-tf
When you can gat Better
Service, Superior Workman Workmanship,
ship, Workmanship, and Reasonable Prices
The Ocala Marbla Works
A. J. Leavengood.
ings in eacn montn. ,v isitms uieiu uieiu-ren
ren uieiu-ren a1 ways welcome.
Chas. W. Hunter, E. R.
.TnsPnli Bell. Secretary. Ad.
I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad,
and it always; does me good."
Headache,; backache, side ache, nervousness,
tired, worn-out feelings, etc, are sure signs of woman womanly
ly womanly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's
tonic You cannot .make a mistake in trying Cardui
for your trouble. "It has been helping weak, ailing
women for more than fifty years.
i tP i va grim lit- iiiiirivi
OPEN DAY AND IGnT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.
j STRAYED One gray mare mule
!ani one brown horse mule; strayed
from our stable Friday night, Sept.
19:h. Finder return to us or notify
and receive reward. J. F. Jenkins &
;Co., Ocala, Fla. 9-20-3td
lhia is a prescription preparea especially Q RENT Four furnished
for MALARIA or CHILLS d, rVER rvJ1 ,aaina. tjrn
Five or six doses will break any case, am .rooms for light housekeeping, two
if taken then as a tonic the Fever will no j blocks from courthouse. Apply at
return. It acts on the liver better tnaiooG N. Main street, or call for Mc-
Calomel and does not gripe or sicken. 25
A IJEAUTIFlTi, PERMANENT,
WASHABLE NEW WALL FINISH
Lucas at Williams' barber shop,
Ocala House. 9-11-Ct
FOR SALE OR RENT A seven-
Any one contemplating wall paper-! room, two-story residence, with bath
No matter whatsit is you have to sell, or what
is vou want an ad in our Unclassmeu Loiumn
will bring the desired results.
i What Dav Do You Think It Is? tf
'Queen ol Sea Routes"
; llERCH AXTS & MIXERS TRASS. CO
J JACKSONVILLE TO
! Savannah, Baltimore, Philadelphia,
Boston and Providence
I Fine steamers; best service; low
I fares; wireless telegraph. Through
tickets to and from principal points.
Send for booklet.
! H. C. AVERY, Afent,
' L. D. JONES, C. A.
j Seminole Hotel. Jacksonville Fla
Finest coastwise Trip in the World"
ins nainting or kalsomining of walls; and lights; 74o E. Adams street. Ap
should see the beautiful, new, sani- i ly to lydmgs drugstore, j-i.-t.ia-
tarv. permanent, washable finish of j
two rooms in the Ocala National! FORWENT OR SALE-New cot cot-Bank.
Bank. cot-Bank. Those who have seen it con- tage, four rooms and bath, all mod mod-5,:,
5,:, mod-5,:, ?t noriAr tn nvthin- ever of-rn improvements. Rent reasonable,
fered in this territory and prices are' or will sell and accept rent as month-
.n.-r.i,!f, t-ov infArmat nn 1- i.w:ieilL. -- I- uenaw, v
Mclver & MacKav
UNDERTAKERS and EMB&LMERS
Fine Caskfts and Burial Robes.
IK E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
All Work Done ny Licenced Era Era-balmers
balmers Era-balmers and Fully Guaranteed
D. E. McIVER 104
C. V. ROBERTS 305
Undertaking Office - 47
see Mclver & MacKay. 0-13-tf
OI TGOING MAILS CLOSF
A. C. L. NORTH 5:05 a. m.
12:45 p. m. SOUTH 6:10 a. m.
-10 x. m.: 2:20 p. m.; ? p. m.
S. A. L. NORTH 12:50 p. m.;
m.. SOUTH 12:50
W. G. BLANGHARD
CONTRACTOR 5NU 3NIL0ER
O. BOX 46 OCALA, FUL.
4:10 p. m.; 9 p.
p. m.; 9 p. m.
STAR ROUTES Blitchton
'Calvary 2 p. m.
j FOR SALE thoroughbred 3-year-
' vcar.nl.1 Hamr.shirp boar ?25: thor-!
joughbred S-months-old Hampshire jCarpWlter and BllildCr.
! boar $1S; thoroughbred 2-year-oldj
Hampshire sow $20. Prospective Careful Estimates Made on All Con Con-!
! Con-! . .vl v.Jtract Work. Gives more and better
'tiune raisers win una latrsc
ty and prolific. Jos.
S n-nt-lr rtf ttlo mntior th9Tl 3T5V ntH
L. Wiley contractor in the city.
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 191:1
W. H. MARSH
Use Best of Ma
Will Treat You Right,
Will Protect You.
Will Protect Your Property.
Delight in Doing Good Work.
Can Please You.
Guarantee all W
Want to Know what1
All Kinds of Cement Work Properly Executed;
Being a True Account of Certain
Strange and Wonderful Adven- jj
tures of Master John Hampdon,
Are you contemplating building a new hoa?e? If so, let me give you a figure before you build.
me help arrange your plans, or tell me what you want and I will furnish plans accordingly. Xo job too smai
HEADQUARTERS FOR WIRE FENCE f
Seaman, and Mistress
for my consideration, and none too large. Give me a chance to figure on your wcrk. I will appreciate thef
favor. A card addressed to me will receive prompt attention.
We have just received a carload of the Famous SOUTHERN Wire
Fencing. Staples and Hay "Wire and are in position to make you some
attractive prices on It. "We are the only dealers in this section of the
country that handle this brand of fence and have demonstrated in the
past that it Is absolutely the.best and strongest fence on the market,
and running it as we have In competition with many inferior grades
of wire fence. We have had some phenomenal sales on it and
made many friends and customers. Give us your orders, if the goods
don't make good we wilL
Koigflhit &. Lang
Florida's Largest and Best Year
The Hotel you take your Mother, Wife or Sister to
Home Hotel ot the State
European Plan $1.50 Per Day and Upward
A. M. Wilson. Thos. M. Wilson,
ASS'T. MGR. PROP. AND MGR.
Broadway and 14th street. Union Square.
Clean, Comfortable, Convenient and
Home Like Hotel, on the Aner-
ican and European Plans.
Where Shall I
UNIVERSITY OP FLORIDA
STANDS FOR BEST DEVELOPMENT
OF BODY. MIND AND SPIRIT OF
YOUNG MEN. 8 COLLEGES and Divis Divisions;
ions; Divisions; LIBERAL ARTS: LAW; ENGI ENGINEERING;
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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
in 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. ill HIMIKEE. President.
George Giles, J. L. Wiley, Frank I. Gadson,
President Vice-President Cashier
A St. George Richardson, Assistant Cashier.
Do a General Banking Business, and Solicit the Patronage
of the Public.
Metropolitan Building South Magnolia St
41 fratas from flue West
Atlantic Coast Line
"Dixie Flyer" "Seminole Limited", "South Atlantic Urn
ited" Montgomery Route, through Pullman Cars from
Chicago, St. Louis, Cincinatti, Indianapolis, Grand Rapids
Cleveland, Louisville, Nashville, Atlanta and Birmingham
Oining Car Service
For information call on
J. G. KIRKLAND.
Division Passengei Agent, Tampa.
American l'lan, $2 per day and up.
European Plan, $1 per day and
up. Special Weekly Hates.
Go To School ?
STATE COLLEGE FOR WOMEN
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
etiuipmerv. throughout, including gym gymnasium
nasium gymnasium and swimming pool. Forty Forty-two
two Forty-two members of the faculty and other
officers. Four hundred and thirteer
students from forty-five Florida coun counties
ties counties and ten states.
TUITION FREE. BOARD AND EN
TRANCE FEES. $124 per year. Fo
inf( mation address.
EDW ARD CO.VRADI, President
Ticket Agent Oca'a. Fla.
the Great South Seas. j
CYRUS TOWNSEND BRADY
Copyright. 1912. by Cyrus fovvnsend Brady
I ,M I ll-rMiM Hi 1 1 11 in i
Wherein I Break the News.
ASTER HAMPDON." snid
Mistress Lucy ut last, "since
no.Hxly eisv seems to be
-iUut. suppose you attempt
'i UT litt'it foot from the
thrust it out toward me
I am ii'.thin. if a horseman I was
very e;ir;y -n! to ea. ami I have a
sailor's a vk va rd imss w'.th horses
Niitiif;iil. i did not know how a lady
should S(tj dismounted 1 stepped over
Jo in'i. -eiz'i! hei ahout the waist with
tnitli h;inl- lifted her liodily from the
saddle and set her down gently on the
yrave, She looked at me very queerly
and irave a faint shriek as her weight
tiriue upon my arms. Indeed. I haveJ
no doiiht that i held her tishtly.
"I dare say there is not a man
among my father's friends or mine
who ould have done that. Master
namiKlon." said she smiling a little
and looking Hushed and excited.
Tis no great feat." said I stupidly
j enough "1 have lifted bigger"
j "Women:" flashed out Mistress Lucy
slightly frowning up at me.
"Things." I replied
"It amazes me." she said. "1 have
never been dismounted that way be before
fore before However, you always were
stronger than most men. even as a
boy There seems to be no groom
about The place is wretchedly serv
ed. Will you take my horse to the sta
blesV" she asked me
There was a certain Mattery to me
in that repiest. ir 1 had not shown
her how strong I was in all probability
she would have thrown me the hridle
and. with a nod toward the stables to
indicate her wishes, would have left
me without a word.
"Have you seen my father this morn morn-ingV"
ingV" morn-ingV" she asked as I paused before
As luck would have it. while she
spoke a sleepy groom came round the
house I flung the reins to him. bade
i him take the horse awav and turned
to my lady
"Madam." said I. my voice thick thickening
ening thickening and choking. "I hare seen your
noble father this morning."
There was something in my voice
and manner, great stupid fool that I
was, that instantly apprised her that
something was wrong. With one swift
I step she was by my vide.
"In the spinuey."
"What does he there at this hour?'
"I don't understand"
"Sir Geoffrey.- I began racking
my brains what to say next and fiow
to convey the awful tidings
She made a sudden step or two in
my direction, then turned toward the
coppice, her suspicious fully aroused.
Hut now I ventured upon a famil familiarity
iarity familiarity -that is. 1 turned and caught
"I will see him myself. sbe( began
"Madam." snid I swiftly, "you can
"Master IIan!don." she said, "some "something
thing "something dreadful has happened
This was breaking it gently with a
vengeance, but what could I do? She
always did twist me around her little
finger, and I was always more or less
helpless iM-t'ore her 1 admit that. I
am still, for that matter, although she
will not have it so
"What is it? Is my father what is
he doing in the spinney? He never
rises at this hour?"
"Mistress Wilber force." I said, "you
come of a brave stock, and the time
for your courage is now."
"Is my father. dead?" she asked, aft
er a sudden, awful stillness.
I nodded while she stared at me like
"Killed in a duel?" she whispered
I hHk uij head
"Mistress. said I. "he died by his
(Mi. my ;! she cried, clapping
tier hands to her face and reeling
1 -a ught her about the waist. She
tiad no knowledge that she was held
or supported Ot course, all her inter interest
est interest and attention were elsewhere She
diil not weep or give way otherwise
She was ; marvelous woman, and tier
selt mastery and control amazed me.
for I knew how she had loved her fa father
ther father vYhen? Why?" she gasied out.
"I was early awake." 1 answered
j and I did not tell her it was my habit
; to see her gallop off for that morning
j ride "and I heard a shot in the spin spin-i
i spin-i ney. I hurried there and found iir
"Let us eo to him."
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"No." said l. And I rnarveieu i-...i.v.
myself assuming the direction as if I
had been mi the deck of my own ship
"that you cannot It is no sight for
your eyes I was coming to the castle
to tell you and to send the servants to
fetch li tin. Meanwhile you go into the
hah and summon your women and"
"I wili do what yon say. Master
Hampdon."" she whispered very smalt,
very forlorn, very despairing. "My fa
tlier'. My dear good father!"
She turned ;ind I. still supporting
her. we u.o.iiit.-il the steps of the ter
race Suddenly sin stopped freed her
el f a Till f ;i-hI Hie.
"I.ord l.nl'tdoii and the Duke of Ar
ester 'ih eplai!'ed. "they are stay
!hg at tiie castle They must tie noli
"Madam." said I. "they alreadi
"And why. then, have they left the
duty ot telling me to you? Where are
they? Summon thetii at once!"
"They are gone!" I blustered out. my
rage at the duke reviving
"Having won everything from Sir
Geoffrey, they have left him alone in
his death'"' I retorted bitterly.
"I in p Ksilikv"
"I ordered them oil the place.' I said
"You?" he flashed out imperiously
"And who gave you the power to dis
miss my lather's friends?"
,"l heard what they said being hid
"And what d'd they savV
"It concerned you. mistress'
"The uke or A r ester, she prompt promptly
ly promptly began, "is my betrothed hushand
I wili hear no calumny agaiu-t him
"Madam. I said "vour engMgvnieni
"Hrokeii!" she died in amaze
"The duke declared himself too poor
to marrv the penniless child of a dis
graced man hi- words, not mine, be believe
lieve believe me"
She turned so while and reeled so
that I aught her again I even shook
her while I -i mm! roughly:
"You must not give way
"If is a de a dastardly lie" she pant panted
ed panted out at last.
"It is Gods truth.' said I "He re repudiates
pudiates repudiates you
"o man could be o base." she per
sisted "He swore that he loved me
"I would it were otherwise, madam.
Put he is gone, leaving that message
"And he made you his messenger?"
"I volunteered y
"Because he is a low coward."
"And you stoiMl ty and let him in
suit me. your patron's daughter, your
I told her what had happened in the
"In all that." she said in a certain
strained way, "you acted as a loyal
servitor of the house, and I thank
"I am to give orders to have his bag baggage
gage baggage sent to the inn at once." said I.
"And Lord Lnftdon?"
"Fie earuv to your defense as if he
were still ;he gentleman he had once
been But he goes hence with nis
friend His bsiggage wili also follow
"I will atteno to that for them both.
said Mistress I.uey. growing strangely
and firmly resolved again, and even 1
could guess the tremendous constraint
she put upon herself. "Enough of Ar Arrester.
rester. Arrester. I am well rid of him and
his contpanions. Summon the servants
to bring my father's body to the cas castle.
tle. castle. I suppose the crowner will have
to be notified."
"Yes." said I: "I will attend to that."
"Of all my friends." said she ptte ptte-ously.
ously. ptte-ously. "you seem to t- the oiil one
left. Master i I :i m m I i i
"I have lieen your trill ''t't eranf
always. Misiies- l.ucv." t .n-wen-d as
I tishenil her into tic- mi
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