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J- PC ALA EVENING STAff
CTSO OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER '26 1913 NO. 107
V rules before nassins: siznal No. 23,
ll 111 Hill II I .
1 IZIII K
urn c a flntd
v rules before passing signal No. 23,
N THE FACE
which was at the stop position. i
"While this accident was due di-i
dectly to the failure of employes to
do their duty, the signal system was
inadequate to safely direct and gov-j
ern the movement of the large j
volume of traffic over this line, and
tlioro vii n rlonlnroVilo 1 a rlr n f linpr-
JslJU iiie pail ui iij ri anus j
'In reports of the commission of!
other accidents of other railroads,!
defects of managements, and other
PAIATKA HAS A
ence, Ala., and New York city. Mrs.
Phillips, mother of Mrs. Wilson, re-1
turned with them and will spend the
Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Coggins avid
Mr. J. M. Douglas were in Ocala Fr' Fr'-day
day Fr'-day cn business.
Mr. and, Mrs. Bickley returned!
j home last Saturday, after spending
THE DANCE HALLS
causes of accidents, none are soj
fiagrant'as those on the New Haven, j
Ieast a Few Hays All It F.viles
Palatka, Sept. 26. Palatka was
once a resort town of prominence.
Thomas A. Edison spent eight or ten
nagrani as tnose on me .ew uaven.i
' , i winters here and other men proml-
Dereliction of duty on the part oft F v, u,.fl
. i Ilflll 111 lilt; auaiirs .iai.ui- n-
employes as ttcii its ntaiiucsa ui un-
. ... . i- i
. . n -, i-irn r ii in r" T 'i Til i I i u : I ri I
cipline have been denounced and!V two worthy young men will complete
condemned alatka' their course this year.
LO u ... J The extension of railways to other qtevens an instructor in
"It is astounding that this state of i,."i lon nf 1 roL bteens an instructor in
- ii j parts of the state lured many- of rnivpritv at -Gainesville
affairs is alleged to continue to exist. n0,,tv0 ;n th0 tlie btate -niersit at uainesMiie,
... 7. . ,. them to other scenes. Palatka in the vrinv frr a viit with Mr M
"In view of the focusing of public . came J-tK.aj icr a visit wun .r. -u.
atieiiiiun upou me nuesuuii ui sdiei
, ., mondern improvements. It has good
of operation of this railroad, and in; ,QMri
1 'sewerage, water works ,e;ectric
view ot the frequent governmental ff ,ia4.Qr,
. 'lights, gas works, ice factory, paed
inquiries, it would seem as if the,
V. , i streets, public library, and many con-
directors themselves would leel call-. .
veniences not existing a few ears
el upon to turn from the conaidera-i
Palatka wants these old-time visi visitors
tors visitors to come back and see the berter-
I nients and enjoy themselves in wiys
I not possible when they knew the
v.ight Year at the Most will
! America to the Knd if
ts 3Ieat Supply
Sept. 26. A. M.. Dubin,
k, a delegate to the Am Am-V
V Am-V Packers' Association, ad ad-Jaoyel
Jaoyel ad-Jaoyel idea yesterday, for
yHing of the meat supply in
mn duty of the United States,"
"Jaid, "was to put the army at work
fowbovs. after stocking the gov-
"lent land in the west with cat-
and thus supplying the packers
beef at cost."
liis would, avert, he said, the
Ltened meat famine which is due
'dl calculations, within six years-.
ears at the fartherest, and
erts that the suggestion was
Pisv1 I'mnlA on1 u nrVnlllp
(jfni& government lands could be
kde into great pastures, and unless
s)ie such action is taken, there will
no meat on the working mens
les after the expiration of this de-
if tv,i, icr. -.rp fniinwpd nut. as-'": reports to pmciais
ftl LlltO .. v-
-ted the speaker, the lowering price! i "'t11 V i in ether parts of the country who
JV would be astonishing. nei railroads rermit rules w nch havej to coma lhe
that -some men called the been established to get safety to be tY
a paternalistic," but we must not violated with impunity, they cannot (aken e oU
t ethics stand In the way, when reasonably expect to escape sponsi-. Then. too. this army of
.r.ta fnminp is starinz us in the 3' ful' the consequences ot sucn ,,citr,,., vvhn knP,v .he
to Have a Home-L oining I)leasant summer in their former
Week in Which t tteclaim for at. yew Jersey home.
Mr. W. B. Coggins began packing
oranges the first of this week. It is
; reported tha: he has some fine fruit.
Mr. Carl Lytle left the ffrst of the
week for Nashville, Tenn., to resume
his studies in dentistry. His brother.
Ralph, will also leave soon. These
S.tloon Regulation Hill Seems
Have Several Clauses that
Mr. Benjamin Mathews "of Atlanta
s;:ent last Thursday very pleasantly
with relatives here. j
Mrs. T. X. Smith accompanied. Mr.
an! Mrs. R. C. Epperson of -Willis-
ton to Gainesville last Wednesday.
Mrs. H. M. Chitty and children of
Gainesville and Miss Bell Chitty of
Micanopy were spend the day guest&
of Mrs. C. R. Curry last Tuesday.
Mr. Cedri,c Smith was a week end
visitor to Ocala, going over Saturday
Jacksonville, Sept. 26. The "jok
er In the bill regulating tne manner-
or conducting places wnere Jiquer is,were vi5iting Mrs. B. F. Mathews of
an 1 returning Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. -R. P. Smith and
Misses Theora and Rosalie Smith
tion of the financial miestions in
which this road is involved and. for!
a time, at lea.--t, give the benefit ofj
tnen" consueranon ana juugmeni iU
To do this effectively the board of
the question of safety.
Rules were disobeyed largely and:
1 tl i. ? 1 .. .-v C t
,yHw,u uuu, planning a home-coming
lations was made the subject matter, n fn .f.
zens of Palatka who are now living
C. Wilscn. He is here to advise con
cnerning the care of the groves.
' The Kimball brothers, who are
Improving a farm southeast of town,
left Wednesday for Jacksonville.
They will be gone about a month.
On the strength of the recent com coming
ing coming of a fine new little girl into his
home, Mr. Jas. Fife has bought a
tract of land between here and Stan Stanton
ton Stanton to the east of the railroad, the
purchase being made from Mr. Wil Wil-liam
liam Wil-liam Alsop. and is hauling lumber
preparatory to the building of a new
home for himself and growing
Messrs. Earl Lytle, Fred Black.
Russell and Archie Gano niotored to
Ocala Tuesday afternoon.
nublic dance halls and
Leaders in the Florida Anti-Saloon
League, in -discussing the law passed
at the last session of the legislature, home and Miss Rosalie 'will visit
contend that the "so-called joKer in . v,it,-n p-.v fnr fpw
Tacoma Saturday night and Sunday.
Misses Rosalie. Smith and Theora
Smith left Monday for a week's visit
to Mrs. W. J. Edwards of Ocala,
after which Miss Theora will .come
the bill affects only the provisions; dayg
relative to screens, tabfes, chairs andj
other furnishings in a saloon. They!
Eelleview, Sept. 23. Mr. Louis
insist that where food is served In
connection with saloons an extra j
' ; . M iB ieihe left last Friday for Bushnelt,
iion 2 of sail law prohibits saloons,
UUU 1 Iv-rKnt-r. a licit I-5tVl Vl 1C rfaiHThtOT!.
from selling or femng liquor to - ;
minors, temaies or hhj luiuiiwici
. . 1 X1 I
rerson. lhis law in useu is sutuc-
ient, the temperance advocates con
SI MMERI IKIil)
IIAKKY THAW HAS
A COOH H KAItT
! former winter visitors who knew the
I j:;ace in the primitive days would no
j dcugt be glad to again stop in the
I Gem City. Palatka has more to
i show them now than then and can
itake better care of them. They can;
Never Ferrets Those h: HerneiMl i krjns their automobiles and find
Him in an Hour of Need j miles of well paved streets and good
. 1 o rfr .-'country reads, something that did
Montreal. Sept. 2.. A check foi
-r . ., T- T. nI1, :not exist in tne uajs iar in 'sl 'sl-$o0
$o0 'sl-$o0 has been sent by Harry K. Thaw.
' .... ffr., Thev will find m Palatka all the
. to F. Garceau. an immigration offcen -
over to Make ami Enforce Rules at Coaticook. for a kindness shown conveniences 01 ine n w,.
, : Thev can come ov rail or m uoat
"for the Proper Protection of j tn the Matteawan fugitive the day he time whenboats provid,
Passengers way deported. Garceau was.the man! nnlv,mpans n, trnnfinortation.
! who ran to get a novercoat tor Thaw. ..
Mr. John W. Brown of Wildwood,
' stent Sunday in our midst.
! T T7'rtlr T?ff 114mA lin frnm
iton-i tn i-ffu wnmpn out of saloons. . .- .
1 i South Florida last Saturday night tor
his usual week end visit.' . -I
Mr. Floyd Kilpatrick has recover-
, ol ti ed from his recent illness.
Sammerfield, Sept. 24 -rather D. m q(
Bottolacio of Oca a Petersburg have been spending a
nounce to all Ca ho hes of the Sum-; tQwn visiting with their
-nerfeld mission that he wiU be here.
2 o'clock in he afternoon of Sun-: . held .divine' ser-
ay. Oct. .,th. as that day the oklaw.ha last Sunday aft-..
.otn. Oct Cth. a, 9:30 o-Cock
Father Bottolacio will say mass. All f 'ia i,
will enter school. 1
Mr. Freeman. Hames and 'Mr. Dave
are cordially invited to be present
C. J. Wall and his father were vis-t
itors to Ocala last Monday morning.!
Contest May he Held in Savannah fmf h?:r trip was purely a busess one. : ,ast Wednesday. V,
the Ciraud Prize and Yamler- "f; r..f. Mr. an d Mrs. Sam R. Cooke have
,Mlt cut. chur::h' fhe" T hii.v.ed their household belcmings. ;
. ,UU (U1 !hold services. Mr. Outbid was ao-, Ueview is set-.
'whisenant made a business trip to.
-President Icomnanied by his wife
Savannah! -r. Geo. W. Wood or uxiora wasi
This moving from Belleview is get-
Uing to be too monotonous altogether
New York, Sej)t. 2 C.
Harvey Granger, of the savannan ur. ueo. u. ouu ui waiuiu "i r wi hv, tn lm done
Automobile Club, announced yester- here last Monday attending to busi- j ag this makes. nineteen
uav aiternoon tnai ine jruiia i imc i uss iimncis.
ay afternoon that the Grand Prize ness matters. Lpr(!fn, that nave leff Belleview in-
. i ; i ii? w r,,, oc hfli.i fli a TTninwi II wjis an tJraia VlSllOr 1
Washington, Sept. 2b. un tne n the col;i morning, when he wasi" I T i, Vm.omb,r -4 1n t cot-irdav tne last tew weens.
els of the Interstate Commerce ru,hed across the DO"andarv line into better than before- ,,ut Khe haS foarrr Miannan course -eniLer 24 j la.t Saturday . Mrg Lula Dudley made a visit .tor
eis oi me luic runea aero tne ooanaarj Ul r,;ff(irpnt linps of rp.ilrcads. the im- and 27. had not been abandoned. He Mrs. J. F. Ricketson and children,
emission s scatmng n the Unitea states. Thaw sat smv-r thp ,ni,t1l with Pt!ir., that the road races would be i were guests last Sunday at dinner ot
Miss Bessie Shedd left for Jack-'
I the Xew Haven road for the re-.ering in an aut0mobile, and Garceau, j rtan ones or tne sou a, J VhpT Tmr mum entrv of -rs Vathan Vavo i Bessie Shed:
int Wallingford wreck, in which if noti:,ns-this, hurried into the 8ta- "'"ugh cars from a11 of th rg ; held, provided a minimum entrj of r an a SOnville last Monday
. . .. .. "U11U1" initio of thA north wpt and east, ten cars were secured for each race. C. Neihlsen and wife visitei tne..
rreni v aiuusiui a ua noticing mis, nurrieu i:uo lh; . i ,
Us held that "man failure," begin-' tion ancl got' his own overcoat for j cities of the north, west and east, ten cars were secured for each race j
i . uuu 13 for.tnrin -3 n a mills nmp i Prpnt indications Doint to a held.
ie;a mat man lauuic, ucSiu- t on and ROt his own overcoat tor ... ... ,,f tn-n bCt sunv i ine regular muuiuu s""
witl its high officials and etfl- hlm Thaw ent a letter of thanks!Tnere are factories ana mnis, some rresenr ,au.Ml.0.i6-,,u,ul cu ...... aTh TnkeOV the Belleview' Social Club was
us, mm. inaw .em a ieuei i onnnilPfl in c?7.p and vol- 'n.' from twelve to fifteen cars for- Fred Laubscher of South Lake -
Ig with dts trainmen, was responsi- tJ Garceau with the check.
!e-for the loss of twenty-one lives, ;
itiment in Congress is rapidly j GI.,,:F AT I)KATH
Sstalizing in a movement to take up
e whole subject of legislation for
fain safety at the December session.!
nf rhpm nnt pmialled in size and vol-i o. from twelve to fifteen cars for
ume and value of output elsewhere each automobile classic, according to
in the south. j Mr. Granger. The events will be
ti, otQt rh-or iii Flnri la is!rnllp-l off if the minimum entry is
Weir was a visitor here last Satur-ld on Friday evening, thel9th and
1 i was attended by. persons from, Sum--
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Mayo gave ; neia, naay. uca auu
j The greatest civer in Florida is caliei on it tne inmimuui eun. i j uu.. - : Vj'aces making a verv good attend-
)F MAYOR CJ.YXOU;here aml on it and tributaries the not received by October 5. No at-j their children an auto joy rid last .j I
motor boat can travel a thousand tempt will be made to induce entries Sunday. Misses Hermine Kotzbauer; -Uh ;ipaj ;
U,n .ith nn dorv a n ri wnnipr at bv waivinz or reducing entrance; and Hazel Seymour were also in the .... 3 . .. i i ...
k ... 4. ll.ni I r I 7il.ktt t h 1
JSaCKeu uy me imiucmc mc ...
srstate Commerce Commission an
Morris Metzgar's Suicide
for the visitor. And' fees.
TL FAS A XT GKOVM
1 ont anHji'rfltin; tn the next dance.
iaMr: and Mrs. J. B. Dolson went to which will be held Friday evening;,
Wildwood last Sunday to take in the j October U
. Ujghts of that livelv little town.! e uenew u.6aU..
P,,.1Mnt Ornv Sent. -4.-There Thev also visited with Mr. and Mrs. j literary society last Friday afternoon.
ivor Gavnor. hanged himself;' .4 i . ,-.; ,r,,f t.o r ; The following young- men ana wo-
X'ommissioner McChord. who hasfm bis barn vesterdav afternoon. The i head in the greatest spring in ; was P reaching at tne ne an unn, e i rr.r, 7 IM,V i men were elected officers: Miss Mag-
Avestigated many recent wrecks, is floor of the barn was littered with Florida. j school house last bunaaj o ue,., Whisenant. president; Miss Min-
1 e 1 . I . ti,q nf tH inmnrrant iimn'n ? Tph kins, of Oak Grove. The congre-1 working for the success or tne ur-;"
grafting a bill to- place su.cn povser newspapers, giving accounts of the Z nn twhJs ,v,
I L.t. nnim;cc!nii Tipnrpspnta-i i, i h0;n ,h eeni is not dimouuica.
i vii i lit- iiiiiiiiiooiuut ww--w iiiiiiiii iii.-ii r-ii ftjrTiu
C?fo.-or.o nf VpV HflTTmshire.' ll,.. rn,- tVmnrli nf Mr Mot7-
? r r.nK(Animittaa rf ttlp- i 1 l 7 .1 nnntmwnlv ;
aiaic juuiiih;iv.. i
.n, tn ommurpr thp! v-... ,-.i. o a iri, ATfJ there's good sailing and bathing and
1 . . x- -. I ... ... . ifiF.hinz and huntinz. This is the
imissiorr-to aeai wun sutu gar a wealtnv resiaent oi iiocKawav i
. j F.. If. :.. Jhnmp nort of the Hart Line, navigat-'
ns as steel cars ana muueiu art,cl- lieach anj a lil.eiong irienu oi ine, i
i 1 ;kr ii-An HnTf 11 I 1R OU'QhQ 1 T tl
A 1 P lilt 1 f.LvT .UQ UI Vja liui uuwvv. n.w.ov
airman of a sub-committee of thejorar sav he has brooded continuously!
r , . ...i
tters-iate commerce commission, nat.Sjnce te news of the mayor s deatn
gun hearings preliminary to theat sea was received here. They at-!
aftiig of a sihiilar bill.
, v 11! 1
yIn his report on tne aiungiuru
'-reck Commissioner McChord says:
Y'Man failure in "this case began
2t iup in official authority, and it
has -a natural sequence that it had
ched down to those in positions
er in official rank, but s
ightei with great responsibility.
"The evident cause of the accident
s the failure of Flagman Murray
properly protect his train,, the
failure of Engineman Miller to prop
erly control the speed of his train,
and the failure of Conductor Adams
to make certain that his train was
itionai cause was the fail- You should discard that straw hat.
I m J. 1 J X X.
: of TEhiffineman Wands to bring See Waterman ror me latest son
. a?Ti tn a ctnn a rpmiirpd hv tb? hats and derbies. 9-21-tf
euKins, oi uaK urue. 1 luhsic- v,uin.in& .w. ."- i . nc
' nn ,o.,. .00r hP-'.n.P avenue, to Summerfield. thence j me Tremere, vice-president. Miss
i sin"" "" t- Torv nnlp cpfretarv Air. Winters
in- unsettled. east, hard road. After this road isP-arv Gale, secretary ur
Our school is progressing nicely ; completed Mr. Keller says his side"-. vp a merv BOCetv;
V 11L Vl i.v ia u W ar '4
i,lder the n.ana.en.ent of M. V,d.;W,U Oe.p the bu1I4ing of the Pe.ro- M nave na
i t,ov. at Weirsdale. Sept. .Mr. J con- w estpnai or isiana uroe. inei aie .,.. w rp c,irP the Belle-
uTe JuTc ea,oh 0: "en has reeenav re.um.! fron, ai,Mr,v-flve ,.., en.oHed On.ac-! Mr, Geoe J
friend. "I6 n.r,h- --inS ,,e, Eeve:icoun, ., so? eve, an. Hon e 1 5Mc9, to. the children, as Prof. A. B.
ral months pleasantly wun reiau es ir.ere nne uee:i .nai w .... cnnnrr is at thp helm and he is well
14I FI,rr7HF an, friends in Toronto and other cit-; sent from school within the past fe Robert Emerson that they will arrive .Conner JJ
HAD HLK I.N THK ani tQwn? of the Domlnicn. J weeks. icr. the next excursion. 'ao a zood disciplinarian
COUNTY SKAT OF HAKKKj Mesgra a. A. Bartlett and Henry Mr. Andrew Ogle, who has been j xvxtiZ7 Dana nas rented her house
inT1o iRast arrived here Saturday with the quite sick, is improving.
stilli Macclenny, Sept. 2b. tire of un-J fornier's new motor boat. The boat Misses Eva and Thelma Ogle arej
i l-nn-.vn nrlffin .lptroVP;I nraPtlcallV i. mi. i r .1 r . t 1- t, .vM, tliair no ran t c fnr a" feu- i
.. ,-,. 'Was Ullie'i iroill Hie lailUl iu jav.iv- a. uumc "mi inc. ici. hi i.a iui .v.-- j
an entire diock oi tne nusiuess sec
tion of Macclenny yesterday, causing
a loss of between $9,000 and $12,-;.
. . .
000. The buildings and stocks in al-j
- i. -1 -iW fimicfi triic fall
V9rflhnntfl. Sent. 2. After sev- """6
was oiuea irom tne iaciorv m jav.v- ai uuu.c nu mci. liaicmo .v.- . winrpr
sonville. where the gentlemen receiv- days. We are glad to have them with era! heavy Jhe past wec. -d
.1 it and placed it in the placil wa- us once more. '-"7- Tk.rnvillp to visit friend.
pr, of thP ?f. Johns and Oklawaha Mr. Bill Lee and Mr. W. R. Fore crisp an 1 makes everjooaj leei sui. ....,
on the hill and the lessee will run a
most a full block along Main street
were destroyed despite the efforts of
the volunteer fire brigade.
iwaha Mr. mn i.ee ana .Mr. it. r ore uns4i au a Tnhn T namp, and Miss Lou-
fair,,- n,a.1e ..qu.ck trip to Weirsda.e last The farmers all are .L.'S,:
their crops or corn, pinaars anij""v
1 lTJ J --
1 Hvprs. The boat behaved
jwell and the trip was made without Tuesday, returning with ten bushels
special mishap, the rainy weather be- of guavas.
ing the only unpleasant feature of Misses Eva and Thelma Ogle and
the voyage. Mr. Clyde Perry visited Pleasant
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Wilson return- Grove school last Friday afternoon.
ed Thursday, after a months visit
with relatives and friends in Flor- 1 What Day Do You Think It Is? tf
Mr. R. P. Smith has just complet completed
ed completed a neat barn on his' place and ex expects
pects expects to erect a handsome dwelling
in the near future
to Ocala Wednesday.
Tuey are worth looking at even if
you don't buy those nobby Hawes
and John Stetson hats at Water-
Mrs. B. F. Mathews of, Tacoma and I man's haberdashery., 9-22-tf
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Aey Saiintl to fflbe nnoansc
'XTp to Vi1tulo9
AM OVERSTOCKED with Clothing and to reduce it, I am going to offer it all
at Cost till October 15th. If you buy a suit from me, and you find after
wearing it that you are dissatisfied, orthatyoucanmatch.it elsewhere for
less than $12.50, you can return the suit and get your money back. :-: :-:
Is rVIoriiey Woirtlhi Saving V
CGAI A, FLORID X
THE OCALA EVENING .STAR, Fill DA V, SEPTEMBER 26, 1913
MRS. LYDIA THE US
2 f If 1 A I A Mf VM TT?M IV MlTT Si Mrs. Lydia Theus, aged mother of
Mr. P. J. Thei?T)of this city, died!
Wcfod men meet this evening.
What Day Do You Think It Is? tf
: PathejWeekli- Temple tonight. It
Jlshel's store will be closed during
the Jewish New Year.
Most people will gladly take ad advice
vice advice from a stranger.
j Gainesville -on legal business.
- '. :
Some people are tireless in mak
ing other people tired.
The Star doesn't think those Idirty
and ill-smelling boxes and barrels by
the fountain on the north side ofVhe
coifrthouse are a good advertisement
to the town. They are an eyesoreSTIr- Theus-4eft-OB-4fe-8rt-t-rar
and can bev'snyslt a hundred yards
down the ririd.
. Mr. Troy Hall, the Wildwood tur tur-pentine
pentine tur-pentine operator, is in the city today.
What Day Do Yon Think It Is? tf
. Some people borrow trouble and
Jail are willing to lend iL
V I'athe Weekly Temple tonight. It
Get your school books NOW, and
avoid the Monday rush at The Mur-
Marshal has refill
from -a .three months' absence spent
Pennsylvania artli other stated
Cut glass in the latest cuts and de designs.
signs. designs. atloV prices at The Murray
Your opinions and your visits
should never be forced on your
Patlie Weekly Temple tonight. It
What Day Do You Think It Is? tf
Xook at the cut glass display in
the show window ; of The Murray
What Day Do You Think It Is? tf
There's a reason why you should
try the Strauss' Cafe, for it's some something
thing something different. 0-23-3t
Everybody who goes that way ad admires
mires admires the superb, display in the show
windows of the Murray Co.
Pat ho Weekly Temple tonight. 1 1
What Day Do You Think It Is? tf
" The new windows in the .Merch .Merchants
ants .Merchants block are giving the stores
along there fine opportunities to dis display
play display their goods,
Sir. S. P. Hollinrake, superintend superintendent
ent superintendent of the Ocala Northern Railway,
has'.' returned v from Tallahassee,
where he attended the j meeting of
the railroad rate makers of Florida.
What Day Do You Think It Is? tf
In, buying drugs here you are al always
ways always 'sure of tested quality abso absolute
lute absolute parity standard strength, be because
cause because you're entitled to them. Gerig's
drug stores. 9-20-tf
; Mr.-' Hugh Geiger, who has been
-connected with the O. P. Teanot
w -a- a
Grovery; has joined his brother Guy,
i in Jacksonville, andwrll attend' the
w DR. W K. TiAXE Specialist. Eye
. Ear, Nose nd Throat. Office Law
'.ibrary Building, Ocala. Adv.
What Day Do You Think It Is? tf
r .1 1 T T 1 1 A J
. Jir. r reaericK iiocKer leu iuut
for, Atlanta, where he "will combine
' pleasure with business during the
- - Timlin c nroolr
Serious sickness calls for a con consultation
sultation consultation with, your doctor at once.
The next step is to take his prescrip prescription'
tion' prescription' straight to the Court Pharmacy,
where it will be filled right. 9-26-tf
" took advantaee of the ThursdaV half-
, noiiaay 10 nave ..nr. jos. iwuge
touch rip its interior." Mr. Dodge
. mses for such" work a paint specially
- i i j i.
jnst how to, put it on..
- What Day Do Yoa Think It Is? tf
;: -v; ; r :
' Capt! W".' B. Denham, general
ssiperintendent of the Ocala Northern
Railway, whose' home Is in Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville and Mr. J.-H. ', Burroughs, "the
auditor, of. Jacksonville; are in the
eityon business connected with the
:" V-"-- r"
-All the late shapes aid shades in
menjs fall hats are Just in at Water Water-man'sr;
man'sr; Water-man'sr; Get ypar now. 9-22-tf
A veteran traveling man who was
in Harvey Clark's O. K. grocery
store yesterday, said that in his trav travels
els travels over the state he did not find a
grocery store more completely filled
or neatly and conveniently arranged.
He said the O. K. was in the Atlanta
class, which from a Gate City trav traveling
eling traveling man was quite a compliment.
last night at -e? hpfne in Wauc-Iiaa.
Mr. ineus recerreiV a telezram this
morning announcing the death of his
mother, which wafs very sudden and
unexpected. Mrs. Theus was at one
time a. resident of Ocala for a year
fr moro and kept house for her son.
AVauchula to attend the .funeral of
his mother. His many friends here
A license to fill prescriptions is
not all perfection demands. Perfect
quality 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
What Day Do You Think It Is? tf
Section Foreman Perry of the A.
C. L. and his force are repairing the
South Second street crossing. All
the Coast Line crossings in the city
need repairing. All are disgraceful
and some are dangerous.
Pathe Weekly Temple tonight. It
What Day Do You Think It Is? tf
ALL THK LADIES WHO
Chase & Sanborns
AT OUR DEMONSTRATION
PRONOUNCED IT THE
ORDEU A TIN TODAY AND
SEE IF THEY ARE NOT
ONE, TWO AND THREE
0. K. TEA POT
PHONES 1G and 174.
I have just opened up my new
garage on North Main street, and
solicit a share of the patronage of
car owners in Ocala and surrounding
territory. The repair department
is prepared to do all kinds of auto
mobile repairing on short notice.
None but first-class workmen em employed,
ployed, employed, and therefore, I am in po
sition to guarantee every job that
leaves the place. Rates will be found
reasonable as high-class workman
ship and good material can be fur
GIVE 3IE A TRIAL
T. C. LmcMc,
Building formerly occupied by Idea
G. C. SHEPHARD,
Holder Block, Rooms 9 and 10.
''What Day Do You Think It Is? tf
Call Phone 267
Ocala Meat Market
when you want First-class
Fresh Meat, Fish or Vege Vegetables.
tables. Vegetables. Corn-fed pork from
my own farm. Al Rhame.
Ocala's best cutter, will
serve you. Prompt delivery.
D. N. WALDRON,
412 X." Magnolia St., Ocala, Fla.
sympathize with him in the loss of
What Day Do You Think It Is? tf
Hon. Frank Harris of Ocala was
here Friday and honored our office
wit ha call. Mr. Harris was accom accompanied
panied accompanied by his wife and grandson,
who came down with Mr. Chas. H.
Lloyd in the latter's car, to inspect
the phosphate mines near town. We
are of the, opinion that Mr. Harris
missed a grand opportunity to be
governor of the state, of Florida in
the last election, by declining to be become
come become a candidate. We venture fur further
ther further to assert that Mr. Harris may
yet get the position, and if he tries
for it, every voter in the state will
be for him. He is one of the grand grandest
est grandest old men in the state, and is rec recognized
ognized recognized as such, by all. If elected,
as governor he would be an official
whom .everybody could and would
point to with pride. Inverness
The case of Dock Shaman, charg charged
ed charged with selling liquor unlawfully at
the mines, was called in Judge de de-Muro's
Muro's de-Muro's court yesterday, and Col.
Ray Bullock of Ocala, was employed
to "represent the defendant. 1 Col.
Bullock told the court that Deputy
Allen, who made the complaint and
warrant, was prejudiced -against the
defendant, and actually controlled
the influence of juries in Citrus
county, and as a consequence -a
change of venue to,pcala was grant granted.
ed. granted. Inverness Chronicle.
Mr. Henry Stevens, the clever.
Lakeland jeweler, is on his way home
from a business visit to Baltimore
and New York. Sunday in the latter
city he took dinner in a 22-story ho hotel.
tel. hotel. He will probably stop in Ocala
to see his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert T. Adams, the genial pro proprietor
prietor proprietor of the Ocila House, returned
to the Brick City yesterday sfter a
brief visit to' the state's interior me metropolis.
tropolis. metropolis. Mr. Adams reports business
good in Ocala and predicts a busy
deason for not only that place, but
all Florida cities. He Is a large
stockholder in Hotel Ansley, At Atlanta's
lanta's Atlanta's most exclusive hostelry, and
says it is simply coining money. Mr.
Adams is a brother of Mrs. Thornton
B. Stringfellow and was her guest
while here. Gainesville Sun.
Speaking of the play at the Tem Temple
ple Temple last night, Mr. D. S. Woodrow
said his only objection to it was that
it was full of quotations. It takes a
sure enough literary person to see
the point of Mr. Woodrow's little
What Day Dp You Think It Is? tf
Pathe Weekly Temple tonight. It
An elegant line of lawyers manu manuscript
script manuscript covers, In any color that could
be desired, just received at the Star
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS AT OCALA
The I ollowicg schedule Is not paid
for, but Is printed for the information
of the public. The railroads are re requested
quested requested to send in correction? when whenever
ever whenever necessary.
SEABOARD AIR LINE
No. 9 (Limited)..
..1:05 Arrlre-..1:05 p.m
.4:20 p m.
lThe limited leaves Jacksonville at
11:30 a. m. and arrives in Tampa at 6
p. m. It leaves Tampa at 1 p. in. and
arrives in Jacksonville at 7:30 p. ra. It
stops only at Turkey Creek, Plant City,
Dade City, Wld wood, Ocala. Starke
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
Southbound Jax. and St. Petersburg
No. 9 10:35 p.m. 10:46 p.m.
Np. 39 2:40 'p.m. 2:42 p.m.
Southbonnd -Ocala and Lakeland
No. 35 (SunnyUm) .".6:40 a.in.
Northbound Jax. and St. Petersburg
No. 10 5:19 am 5:20 a.m.
No. 40 12:54 p.m. 1:14 p.m.
Northbound Lakeland and Oeala
No. 32 (Sunnyjim).... Arrive 9:50 p.m.
. Ocala and Homoaavaa
lave No. 49 ,8:20 a.m.
Leave No. 47 2:25 p.m.
Arrive No. 44 12:50 p.m.
Arrive No. 48 5:00 p.m.
What Day Do You Think It Is? tf
Pathe. Weekly Temple tonight. It
I am going to
I want to show you
some samples of :;
If you give me your
I will take it with me
. ' ' J '.
and give same my
while in the city.
T Guarantee a nerf flp.t
fit and the lowest :
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USE STAR WANT ADS TOR RESULTS-They "Deii
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THE OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1913
( jyiohqyft the BawA,
to aid any state in securing desirable 1 --"-"3
settlers for antilled lands. Its staff A
of experts will co-onerate with the ?
be equipped to render valuable iv
It will be the Work of the Southern
Settlement and Development Or Organization
ganization Organization to Give Them Encouragement.
in prompting industrial
The GLAD HAND goes out to the man who has
money in the Bank. Money in the bank enables you
to carry out your plans and to get others to join
you in an enterprise. Try to put through a deal
without some MONEY of YOUR OWN; you will fail.
Try it with SOME MONEY that is yours; you. will
We shall gladly ADVISE YOU on business
liters any time, free of charge.
DO YOUR BANKING WITH US
on Savings Accounts
Are Inwitol 11 a
Editor Star: The following
cerpts from letters to us from Mr.
Clement S. L'cker, director of coloni colonization
zation colonization of the Southern Settlement
& Development Organization, of Bal Baltimore,
timore, Baltimore, may be of interest to the
people of Marion county.:
"I am in receipt of your letter of
the 28, in which you advise me of
your undertaking in the Oklawaha
I river, involving the draining or o,00u
acres of land, the building of bunga
lows and of an extension spur of rail railroad,
road, railroad, etc.
VI exepct to be in Florida about
October 1st, and I shall make it a
point to visit your property and look
over the ground. In .the meantime,
I wish you would communicate with
Mr. H. H. Richardson, secretary of
the board of trade, Jacksonville,
! Fla., who has accepted a position
with this organization as state mana mana-.
. mana-. ger for Florida, and our Baltimore
office will arrange- for my .visit to
Florida in October. I am leaving
in a few days for Canada to make a
study of the emigration question and J
it is possible that Mr. Richardson
will join me, I shall expect to places
a great number of settlers in Florida;
shortly after the first of the ,year, i
and I shall want to he in touch with!
locations similar to yours, Mr. Kirk-!
Again on September 13th, Mr. W.
II. Manss, the vice-president and
general manager, writes: 1
"I am in receipt of your kind av-,
or of the lltl, addressed, to Mr.
Ucker, who at the present time is in
i Canada investigating the situation
co-operate with the
farmers and educational agencies of
a state in the development of agri
cultural interests, and likewise
The seriousness and trustworthi trustworthiness
ness trustworthiness of the organization is shown by
jthe fact that It president is Mr. S.
Davie3 Warfield, one of the foremost
' 1 J S il .
ex- 'caaers iu me cause or soutnern a&-
velopment. Mr. Wm. H. Manss, vice vice-president
president vice-president and general manager of
the organization (whose letter to me
I have quoted from at the beginning
of this story) has had an abundant
and brilliant successful experience in
such 'enterprises. He organized and
directed the development department
of the Burlington & Quincy Railroad,
and was also prominently identified
with the civic industrial bureau of
the Chicago Association of Com Commerce.
merce. Commerce. It is believed that each southern
state will join with -enthusiasm in
this far-reaching and well considered
plan for the south's development.
David H. Kirkland.
Oklawaha, Fla., Sept. 25, 1913.
l'athe Weekly Temple tonight. It
What Day Do You Think It Is? tf
SOUTH LAKE WEIR
mfiis flraffioi : of
ir i n w
Pr ef er a"ble
there with a view of bringing some
of those people into the south, -In-,
eluding Florida. Mr. Ucker and I ex-j
pect to be in Florida in October, and;
we hope to have the pleasure of in-
! vjaets-n tins' with von vnur land."
J ..Vow a word about the Southern
; Settlement & Development Organ Organization.
ization. Organization. There are certain vital in-
South Lake Weir, Sept. 25. Miss
Minnie Altertscn- will teach school
this year at Candler. The term will
begin about the 1st of October. Miss
Minnie taught the school here last
year very successfully and we-wish
her success, at Candler.
Mr and Mrs. D. Park are to sail
for home Wednesday and will reach
here about Friday of this week.
They have spent the summer in Phil Philadelphia.
Mr. W. X. Wilson, of Gainesville,
and E. B. Peter, of Leesburg, were
callers in our. town this "week,? this
I being- the first visit of Mr.l Wdlson
Tlhie CredlaH Systtepi.
This bank offers to its patrons the best facilities
. for the transaction of all financial matters V
that are consistent with our well- :
established policy of re- v 4 v
sponsible banking. ;4 : V. ;
THE OCALA AT
Capital Surplus and Profits, $85,000.00
An active Depository for the United States.
I PH! SIGMA
902 Fort King Ave; Ocala9 Florida
OPENS SEP. 29 FOR TBIRD ANNUAL TERM
RATES: S8.S0 PER MONTH. TE8MS IK tpyifiCE.;
This school will properly train and eiucate young ladies and girls,
in a practical useful course for higher and 'better life. ; We .solicit
.-.the attendance of pupils who appreciate our. efforts to advance them'
rapidly and thoroughly, making the work in school a pleasure as
well as an elegant means of culture. :?;-?r''vf7:V 't -v-f ,,i
Wo haio n crroo-? tn 1aV a fsiv small hnvc ahnnt'l1 vpars nf nwo in f
our primary and. preparatory department. ; -J,; ? ;
Young men's classes from 2 to 5 p. m. or from .7:30 to 9:30 at''
nignt. Best attention and thootgh-teaching.
PHOXE 338 FOR CATALOG.
epeputoer 22 to 27, 1913,
ii iartware Co.
You'.are invited to an exhibit an d demonstration of the most wonder-
: 4 -
;e evef made. The flues of this .range are made of Patented Key Key-opper
opper Key-opper Bearing Aluminum-Fused Metal. The South. Bend Malle-
as many other remarkable features, but this one alone makes it
st desirable range ever put on the market. A pleasant time Is as-
ed all visitors, and many useful souvenirs will be given away.
a r -.a...,,-,.,y,i;..r:,..i.H.
k t ,.- Ui -O
terests in which the southern states,
rarticularly those of the southeast,
have a common cause and which
therefore, they can best promote
through organized rather than indi individual
vidual individual effort. Such for instance is
the widely manifest need of bringing!
the south's" natural resources more
vividly before the notice of the na nation
tion nation at large, to the end that they
may attract new capital and new set settlers
tlers settlers for the great fertile areas1 of un
cultivated land. This is a matter of
J keen concern to Florida, Georgia,
! Alabama the Carolinas and Tennes Tennessee,
see, Tennessee, and to every other member of
the southern sisterhood. While each
state may 'accomplish "much in this
field by working independently of its
j neighbors, it can accomplish a vast
ideal more by working with them co cooperatively;
operatively; cooperatively; -their ( combined energies
will attract more attention and bring
more abundant results than scatter scattered
ed scattered efforts could ever produce, With
this end jin view the Southern Set Settlement
tlement Settlement & Development Organization
was perfected. This enterprise" had
tsinee he isoid out his groves here
some four years ago.
Rev. E. C. Alfcertson has bought a
t half interest in the McDonald Pack
ing house, and Mr. Milton Albertson
is getting it ready to begin work in
the near, future. ,
Mrs. E. C. Albertson will enter entertain
tain entertain the Ladies Aid Society Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday afternoon at a silver tea, for the
benefit of the manse fund, All are
cordially invited, s
Mr. Carl Lytle, of Stanton, was in
oar burg Sundajr and bid some of his
friends good-bye, as he is to leave
Monday, of this week- far Alabama.
His many friends will miss him.
its beginning in Baltimore some two-J house.
"no t-q q crn xtrhen thp prhwpr rf six-1
WOQDMEX OF THE WORLD
FOit King Camp No. 14 meets in
Yonge's Hall at 8 p. m. every second
Friday. Visiting j sovereigns always
welcome! J. F. Thompson, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. Ad
Next meeting Friday night SepJ. 26.
GEO. and MRS. G ; LOONEY, I
PKAIIY TO WEAIt LADIES' FELTS
We are daily getting in by express
large shipments of the -very latent
shapes, large and small designs, and
until the Ten Day Sale 'is over we are
offering them at 'specially attractive
prices. Come in and look them over
at Klein's store west of the-court
With every range sold during the week of the exhibit we will make
a present of a set of High-Grade Aluminum Cooking Ware.
k BE SURE TO COME. f ) REMEMBER THE DATE.
jSeptcmbep' 22 to 27.
when the growers of six-!
teen southern states, together' with
representatives of trade boards and
transportation' companies, assembled
in that city to discuss plans for ex exploiting
ploiting exploiting the south's resources and
especially for bringing intp this
section a larger number of desirable
settlers. These public leaders realiz realized
ed realized that the trend of American immi immigration,
gration, immigration, which once flowed into Can Canada
ada Canada and the northeast was turning
southward and that with due encour encouragement
agement encouragement and direction it could be
mande a source of, far-reach:nz de development
velopment development for the south. The sug suggestion
gestion suggestion that a well organized system-
iatic movement to this end be under-
laKen, mei wun lubiam aua wide widespread
spread widespread favor. The result is that the'
legislature of Maryland has approp appropriated
riated appropriated thirty 'thousand dollars to be
used for his purpose. The commer commercial
cial commercial interests of Florida subscribed
forty thousand dollars and have
pledged themselves to increase that
amount o one hundred thousand. In
other southern states chambers of
commerce and kindred agencies have
enlisted in this cause so that within
the immediate future it seems the
movement will be well under way
and will be producing practical 're 'results..
sults.. 'results.. This assistance will be rendered
through four channels: one of pub
licity, one of colonization, another of
agriculture, and another of Industry
Steady and intelligent publicity i as
valuable to a state or a section as to
an individual business enterprise;
this central organization will have
unusual facilities for keeping the
south's advantages prominently be
fore the country. It will be m con
tinuous touch with the movements
of homeseekers and will stand ready
'.Pat he Weekly Temple tonight.. It
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Andalusia, Sept. 25.
school and trayer meetioj
leam supper given by
larleson .was enjoyed
and wife are here
Melrose, in which
k,s ?n staying for the
"an tionest man may have a bad title through no fault of his own
"a good man does not always mean a good title
"men pass away, titles run on forever.' v
;in abstract of title is the only means by uhich yon can determine '';
' wlietlier you are huyinu land r lawuii'';
florida title and abstract co
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plant in Central Florida. Any sized tire handled at one time.
All work Guaranteed to e First-Class.
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FISK and FIRESTONE TIRES
of all sizes and rims, always in stock
DAVIES, The Tire Man
. llione 438. OCALA, 1-IX)R1 DA .Vicin St, near Postoffice,
ett spent Sunday
of Mrs. Riles.
. of Daisy, spent
ZMrs. D. O. Ellis.
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ery piece of work we eoaatraet to ulaad the InpetloM f the 'mt
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CeII at the STAR JOB OFHCE
THE OCAL EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1913
; OCALA EVENING STAR
- PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
IJITTIXGKIi A CARROLL, proprietors
11. li. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leaven good, Business Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
, Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.
I out senator Ur;an s primary law. All
the voter has to do is vote for two
candidates the one he likes best
and the one he likes second best. It;
will take a little longer to count the
votes, but it will entirely do away,
with the second primary. So. there
you are. It has been tried in other;
states and worked verv well.
One year, in advance $5.00
ISIx monthsin advance. ...... 2.50
Three months, in advance.... 1.25
Ont month, in advance 50
SENT TO LIVE OAR
FOR A SECRETARY
fins vear in a-iv-ano S (t
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Six months, in advance. ....
Three months, in advance..
One month, in advance SO
YV. X. Conoley. secretary of the
Live Oak Board of Trade, has been
elected by the board of governors of
the Jacksonville board of trade to
the unexpired term of H. H.
OUR FRANK HAS
ANOTHER GOOD IDEA
The Boston Transcript, a very con conservative
servative conservative and sensible paper, has the
following to say of one of Congress Congressman
man Congressman Frank Clark's recent opinions:
Congressman' Clark of Florida
thinks it would be a good thing for
our governmentto provide offcial
residences for-cabinet members. He
would have us follow the general
European method which gves to
ministers salaries and house rent and
the main expenses of housekeeping.
His, words have already awakened a
chorus of derision, but they are
worth pondering. Certainly he is
right in saying that the present scale
of cabinet salaries may deter men of
ability without private fortunes from
accepting the president's invitation
to become his advisers. In France
they order this matter differently.
Official residences af e furnished, a
minister's salary is "net" to him if
he is disposed to make it so, allow allowances
ances allowances are granted for entertaining to
those who represent thev dignity of
the French republic. In consequence
-of this liberal arrangement, France
draws special talent not associated
with special, wealth to its councils.
Very- few French statesmen are
plutocrats, but most of them are
talented, and in no other country in
the world are there better facilities
for the Scholar in politics to attain
i Richardson, resigned. The Jackson
ville Metropolis says:
"Mr. Conoley will assume his du
ties the first of the month, and
comes recommended as one who
I head of the lake will run through the knows Florida as few men ver get
fertile Ten-Mile Creek section, known to know a state. He has been in
as one of the greatest- grove and Florida for thirty years, and as sec sec-truck
truck sec-truck sections of Florida, and, inci- retarv of the Like Oak board of
dentally, it will give St. Lucie county trade has become known over the
three railroads, one along the east- entire state for the originality of his
ern "edge, one on the northwestern, ideas, the success of hist methods,
and one across the southern central; and the fact that he more than any
portion. Hundreds of groves are' other one personally has made the
.now producing fruit of the finest little city frojn which he comes
quality in this section, and the ad- known as a place of present and fu fu-vent
vent fu-vent of better transportation facili- ture achievement and success. Mr,
ties will cause a development along Conoley while elected to fill the un un-the
the un-the area traversed that will be un- expired term of Mr. Richardson, is
equaled In the state. j believed to be a man whom the
. It is said that the Florida East Jacksonville board of trade at is an an-Coast
Coast an-Coast Railway intends to make on nual meeting in January will con con-the
the con-the northern rim of Lake Okeechobee sider very carefully for the present
a resort city that will be. the peer of position as its secretary."
Palm Beach or .Miami. The lake is :
famed in history and song. It is SOME PEOPLE
really one of' the most beautiful CAN'T BE SATISFIED
bodies of water in the state; and is;
said to be the largest body of fresh' The Pensacola Journal sizes up
water in the United States. Its wa- the matter o Mr. Bryan's lectures
ters teem with fish and ducks, and quite completely when it says:
its banks with game of all kinds na-' "The World s attempt to get itself
tive to Plorida. It will become a talked about is on a par with the
hunter's paradise, and the location offers of some of the cheap vaude-of-the
resort on its .waters will in- ville shows which have solicited Mr.
Us liie IBesC To (SM f l!
If you demand the best all, good business men do you will 'find this bank's
service to customers far greater thanust ordinary. r . v
From every standpoint whether it be responsibility, integrity of management,
security, aonity to extend accommodation, or the desire to be of assistance to
each patron you will find us ready always to do all we can to meet your re
quiremeuts wim complete sausiacuon. -
The Meeroe & CtamMSss IBsiimEr
General Building Contractors
Block Xorth East of Postoffice
303 Xorth Osceola Street!
sure salubrity of
ness all the year.
climate and mild-
Bryan to take part in their perform performances,
ances, performances, all of course knowing that
OPEXIXfJ THE liEGIOX-
Already the East Coast Company their insulting offers would not even
is behind the 'development- of lands be dignified by a reply.
and town sites along the new divis division,
ion, division, and the public will be offered a
"So far as Mr. Bryan's lecturing is
concerned, there are but two ques-
chance to buy town lots or garden or tions to be considered first, does it
grove acreage in the region where interfere with his official duties; and,
nature has demonstrated that she is second, is it proper to deliver non-
most lavish with her gifts.
The man who originated
theory that President Wilson en encourages
courages encourages Secretary Bryan in lectur lecturing
ing lecturing because he thinks it hurts Mr.
Bryan's presidential prospects, is the
'The countryaround Lake Okee Okeechobee
chobee Okeechobee Is one of the richest and
most picturesque in Florida. The
plans of the East Coast Railway to
open it to development and settle settlement
ment settlement are set forth in the following
article from the Jacksonville Me Metropolis:
tropolis: Metropolis: Word has been passed to the eng-i-"neering
corps of the Florida East
Coast Railroad Company, now engag engaged
ed engaged in putting, the 'finishing touches
to the southern end of the Lake
Okeechobee division of the F. E.. C,
to be in readiness within ninety days' witnesses as it desires to
to .run, the line from Fort Pierce
across to Okeechobee, the new resort
town to be established on the north northern
ern northern rim of the great, lake at the
terminus of the railroad, now being
pushed to completion.
Further ,than this, it is said that
plans have been perfected lor a
branch road connecting Maytown
vith New myrna, and a direct line
from Ormond to St. Augustine, giv giv-ing
ing giv-ing the F. E. C. not duly a. direct
straight line down the coast for tour tour-ist
ist tour-ist handling, but practically double
tracking the road, so as to allow of
partisan lectures for money?
"Xo one familiar with the facts
the has intimated that Mr. Bryan has
ever been guilty of neglecting his
duties at Washington. Xo one on the
other hand 'will hold that there is
anything discreditable in a man raak-.
freight traffic and local trains to be
handled from Fort Pierce through
by the lake, thence up over the new
Okeechobee division to Maytown and
via Palajka to this city.
For month it has been known
that the Okeechobee division is near near-ing
ing near-ing completion and rumors have been
heard before that the southern end
of the division would be connected
-with the main line at Fort .Pierce;
but this is the first definite informa information
tion information that work is to begin shortly.
Fort Pierce is. the division point of
the F. E. C, and the point at which
is collected the immense shipments
f Indian River citrus fruits, pine pineapples,
apples, pineapples, limes and guavas, to say
nothing of the output of the truck
gardens and farms of that great sec sec-lion
lion sec-lion of the state.
The line from Fort Pierce to the
most picayunish fool the Star has ing his living by lecturing. Mr. Bry Bry-heard
heard Bry-heard of in the last three months. j-an lectured before he became secre-
, ;tary of state and no one claimed that
Chile, the most progressive of he was doing anything dishonorable
South American nations, will make or improper. If it was not improper
an exhibit at the San Francisco Ex-, to lecture before he entered office, it
position. lis not improper to do so after he en-
- ters office providing his official duties
Under the ruling of the court in are not neglected,
the Sulzer trial, Tammany will be' "The truth of the matter is as
able to put on the stand as many some one has well remarked, the
The peo- very people who are complaining
pie can tell beforehand what their about Mr. Bryan being away from
testimony will be. S Washington are the same ones who
- i never wanted him to be in Washing-
' The editor of the Herald is suffer-'ton. And no matter what he does or
ing in a dark room with eyesight does not do, he has never been able
trouble, the local man hasn't shown to satisfy them and probably never
up, the cub reporter is taking a day will be able to do so."
off at the beach, reading Muts and 5
Jeffs, the linotypes are working; IT MUST IMPROVE
badly, and we are having a hellofa-j
time. Otherwise, everything is run-j The St. Petersburg Independent
ning smoothly with us today, thank 'says very sensibly regarding the
you. Miami Herald. j influehceof the progressives in the
Issued a pretty good paper, all the republican party,
same. j "The progressive vote may iwin-
- ., ,4 die to nothingness in local elections,
MONDAY and TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29th and 30th
Your presence is desired ;
Miss Mary Affleck
: OCALA, FLORIDA
The bond trustees of Jacksonville but the great majority of the pro pro-are
are pro-are beginning to find out that Mayor gressives will not vote for a repub repub-Swearingen
Swearingen repub-Swearingen knows more about thejliean candidate for president in 1916
law than they do.
Some kind-hearted and public public-spirited
spirited public-spirited person should organize a so society
ciety society for the prevention of cruelty to
pianos. Dave Woodrow aird Emmett
Robinson signify their willingness to
become charter members.
The legislators of Tennessee re remind
mind remind us of our old friends of the
Austrian reichstrath, who carried on
debate like the Irishman played the
fiddle by main strength.
if the republican party is managed
bv Barnes, Penrose and others of
that kidney. Mr. Roosevelt says
the republicans musvAaccept all the
So help the Star over the fence, it
doesn't see any great amount of
brain power necessary in carrying
ger is possible, bv
unite comes, ther "fe.
be concessions or
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event the renun
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ii'ib present so,
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.. ated to
rna m aonn m a t
i lie iucu luai
before a mer-
the time to
es. In any
ill not, in
it has in
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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
screw cap. Say good-bye
to "finger smearing"
pens. Get an Edison.
Made in all styles from
$1.50 to $20.00.
One of our guarantee
policies given with every
Edison Pen Co.
Get the Children a l tws couDon is
Our line is the
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on the purchase of
any Fountain Peii in x
$ our store belore
Every pen accompanied by an
iron-clad certificate of guar&n-j
tee. Prices range from $1.50 to I
$15. A pen to suit every purpose.
They Arc Economical, Reliable, DoFcMe.
To sell a hundred pens befor
advertisement as 25c in par
ment for any pen in our sjtod
Cut out this acL and get the pen to-cb
ARTOFHftRl PIMM MY TJ?J
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It will pay you to wait and see our lii?ot U)at juits before making your purchase, as we. have bought the 1
most complete and the hnest line of Laies auu m kses Keady-To-Wear goods ever shown m Ocala. We will
have them on display in about ten day
Giver of Good Values
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Giver of Good Values