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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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THE

OCALA

EVEN

NO

STAR.

VOL. 20.
OCALA, FLORIDA. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 1. 1913
XO. 114

V

STOOD

THE TEST

OF SEISMIC SHOCK

:jail with the baby and a little boy.
The woman's husband, a Spanish
I war veteran, also was fined and sent

! to jail

: ren were
: night.

.Six women and two chil l- ;

in the county jail la.-

DYNAMITE PLOTS

I SC Hi OAV

he
or
he
he

Earthquake Failed to Shatter the
Ditrli Across the

Isthmus i
i
Panama, Oct. 4. Absolutely no!
damage was done to the structures
of the Panama canal by the earth-1
quake which occurred in the canal
zone between 11 and 12 o'clock;
Thursday night. ;
The violence of the vibration at;
11:2." last night was so great that'
it threw the pen off the paper of
the seismograph an 1 consequently
an exact record of its duration was
not obtainable. The consensus of
opinion is that it lasted from 20 to
2." seconds.
The Gatun dam and the canal
locks sustained absolutely no injury.
An early investigation of the con condition
dition condition of the buildings at Panama
showed that much more damage
had been done than it bad been ar
first believe'. Although no walls
were seriously impaired, slight
cracks o.-.irrt' i in several concrete
buildings.
Col. Goethals has receive! reports
from every part of the canal terri territory
tory territory saying no damage had resulted.
The canal officials are gr ally;

pleased over the fact that within the
space of one week the Catun locks
have been called upon to respond To
two supreme tests and in each Case
proved equal to tiie demand.

( anal Ofiicials Pleaded 1

On Friday last it was demonstrat demonstrated
ed demonstrated beyond question that the locks
operating mechanism works perfect

ly and that vessels can be locked ;

through at will. While the earth earthquake
quake earthquake test was not figured on the
event came opportunely as it show showed
ed showed that it will take more than the
ordinary earthquake to cause irre irreparable
parable irreparable damage to the lock structur structures
es structures and dams.

GREAT SCHEME OF
A TOMATO CLUB GIRL

Another Informer Trying to Jlival
the Fame of MeManigal and
Harry Orchard

Picked Worms Off Plants and Sold
them to fishermen at a Cent
! Apiece
Washington. Oct. 4. The 'Boys'
Corn Clubs" established by Secre Secretary
tary Secretary Houston of the department of
agriculture, that have done so much
to improve corn growing in the
south, have been supplemented this
year by the "Girls" Tomato Clubs."
They seem to have been equally suc successful.
cessful. successful. One Georgia girl not only grew
prize tomatoes, but sold enough of
the greatest tomato pest--the "to "tomato
mato "tomato worm" to fishermen, for bait,
to pay for working and harvesting
her crop.
Two fishermen offere 1 her a cent
apiece for all the tomato worms she
would bring rhem. In one week s!)
i;:rr.el in over "oo an 1 go: more
.than ?". This she kept up ail sea sea-:son.
:son. sea-:son. and when the supply of worms
became scarce on her own patch, she
went to work in her neighbor's
fields. The department won't tell
; her name yet.

The prize winners of the corn and

tomato clubs will
ten in December

come to Wa.-hing-to
receive honors.

SEATTLE JUDGE HAS
IT II FOR SOCIALISTS

AllTIIG IE ONSET

Cui;-titiilM ?iali-ts lntre:ichcd at IVy IVy-Are
Are IVy-Are Ueady for 1 1
Federal Charge

Sent Hum It to Jail Ieeau-e
Were Xot Subservient in
Speech

Seattle Wash.,
Judge John E.

Pie. Iras. Xegras. Oct. 4. The fed federal
eral federal army which is scheduled to in invade
vade invade this section has not yet come
into contact with the constitution constitutionalists"
alists" constitutionalists" outposts at Peyotes. and the
people of his city, fear-stricken a
tew days over the prospective inva invasion,
sion, invasion, have recovered their equili equilibrium
brium equilibrium somewhat. Shopkeepers have
taken down their shutters and busi business
ness business is being conducted.
The constitutionalists have been
reinforced in the ditches at Peyotes.
which have been converted into

Oct. 4. Superior : breast works, behind which the Car Car-Humphries
Humphries Car-Humphries sent ranzistas are awaiting the attack. A

They

Xew York. Oct. 4. Dynamite out-

j rages that rivaled the exploits of the

' McXamara brothers and Ortie Mc-

i Manigal, are being confessed by Geo. j

i
: K. Davis, a union iron worker.

Davis, who was arrested here;
'Thursday, was the George O'Donnellj
I who figured in the trial in Indian-'
J apolis that resulted in the convic-
I tion of Frank M. Ryan, president of!
the International Association of ;
i I'ridze an 1 Structural Iron Workers!
I
j and thirty-seen ot his associates, j
' His arrest and its consequence.-.

wcund up the work of the federal j
government, started more than two
years ago. when the dynamiting of;
bri Ic.e-- and steel frame buildings all.
oer the country became a national'

.-can iai.

All the explosions that Davis savs

caused were touched on an 1 testi-:
i'ed to at the dynamiters' trial in j
,n "iai.;.p:dis. but the fact remainel!
Tie-, ealed until he himself told of;
it. j
I a i s co n f e s s i o ti r r'.-u 1 1 e 1 in t h e
arrest in Indianapolis of Harry!

I Jones. se-re:arv-t reasurer of the:

iron Workers' Fnion. His conies-;
sion supplements the exigence pre-!
seutel at the Indianapolis trial an 1 j

onstitates fresh charaes against
some of the men now in prison.
Some of his ree'.ati ns c n-ern
I resident Kyan. who now is out on
bail lien '.ing appeal from a prison
sentence of seven years.
The apprehension of Davis was
hie to Robert Foster, a Louisville

detective. Several weeks ago whtjn!
!)ais was displease 1 with his treat-;
ment by the union. Foster persuade 1 ;
him to make a full confession.
Davis sail he had been an iron;
worker since I'.mm). In the earlv davsi
he was a member of the entertain-;
ing committee, whose duty, lie said,!
was to assault non-union workers.1
He began his career as a dynamiter
at Trenton, X. J.
The confession describes how Dav-I
is blew up or tried to blow up build-i

ir.gs and bridges in various cities
and towns.

June and are now busy preparin

their lands for their first crops in neck the rosary he had worn

Florida.
The party to arrive tomorrow
does not know the number of.
whether there are any to whom
has sold Clay county lands; but

states that in the party are prospec prospective
tive prospective land owners, who are coming to
Florida for the purpose of securing
lands for fruit growing and eeta-

!;e raising generally.
They will be taken to three places
,r the state on this trip. Yamato and Attempt of Lorimer's Friends
the Everglades section, as well as Kuill Prominent Witness

being shofcn the Clay countv lands.1

'where sonSe of their nationalitv are

rose from his seat, snatched from hi?

ever i

r- 5., u: :

sijn.tr ins iitcai cei auuu. lore 11 mio (

many bits and hurled them at the
newspaper reporters sitting half a
dozen steps away. The jury found
him responsible for the girl's death.

PUNISHED OV PERJURY

SULZEH'S IE

to

A sain st Him

now established.

i Chicago. Oct. 4. Indictment of

WHERE THERE'S BILL
THERE'S A WAY

Macon Law Enforcement League
Shutting l'p the Xiiih-Deer
Salo ns in that City

is

.Macon, Ga.. Oct.

i Macon saloons were

4. Three more
put out of busi-

: the men "higher up" in the alleged

; p.ot to blacken the reputation ot i

j Clarence S. Funk. former general
i manager of the International Har Har-'
' Har-' ester Company, is promised by the
state attorney's office. Grand iarv

action will tollow testimony of John!
)C Henning. who confessed that his!
. unsuccessful suit against Funk.;
charging alienation of the affections
o; Airs. Henning. was a plot made'
'aiter Funk testifiel before the Sen-',
;ate investigation committee as an;
aati-Lorimer witness. Henning has.

i

t.-een promised iainunitv.

i:e.-s yesterday through the iniunc-; Alter the Senate failed to exnel

ion plan adopted by the .Macon Law Lc rimer at the first trial. Funk toid
Enforcement League. This makes of a conversation with Edward Hines
i total of forty-three since the cam- lumber milHonahe. in the I'nion
;:aig;i was inauguiate I a few weeks league Club here. He said the een-.
age. Two were closed permanently eiation took place a fev days aft aft-and
and aft-and the remainder temporarily. jer Mr. Lorimer's election and that
There are only twenty-six saloons ... Hines said: "We put Lorimer
now in operation and practically all o.er bra it cost $ 1 uo.ono." This'
o'" them will be close 1 in a short ..as followel. .Mr. Fank said, by a
time. J jie.fuest that the International Har-
The Caw Enforcement League v ester Company pay $10,000 of this'
proceeding under the "blind tiger"" j amount.
act. which holds that a "blind tiger" j I was promise 1 a big sum 0;
is a nuisance and therefore subject ; money if I would hie suit against,
to abatement. The saloons selling I Funk, charging him with having!
genuine beer, such as is being sold ; alienate 1 my wife's affections," said;
in Macori, it is alleged, come under Henning. "1 was out of work and1
;his heading. It is said that the they offere 1 me so much money that:
league h(is secure 1 evidence of the i fell for their game. I couldn't get ',
.-ale of whisky at many of the sa-;m; wife to agree, but Donohae and

OE THE STORY

Will Ik Presented lief ore the Court
f Impeachment at Albany -Ntxt
Week
Albany, X. Y., Oct. 4. Only a
brief session of the impeachment
trial of Governor Sulzer was held
yesterday and then an adjournment
antil Monday afternocn was grant granted
ed granted by Presiding Judge Cullen. This
,vas done in order that the attorneys
for the governor might have time to
perfect their plans for opening the
ase.
Little is known of the plans of
the'defense except that Senator Har Har-.
. Har-. ey D. liinaiaa will outline the de de-ense
ense de-ense and that Louis A. Sarecky. for formerly
merly formerly the governor's campaign sec secretary,
retary, secretary, will be the first witness for
impeached executive. That the
governor will testify there is na
uoubt.
'ihe ordeal has been severe on the
-fo.emcr and many times he ex ex-sed
sed ex-sed th.? wish that the whole light
was Gier. Xot that he is apprehen apprehensive
sive apprehensive of the result, but rather because
the tension is so great and the work
is so hard.
"Xc.w that I am in the fight." he
said to a friend, "I am going on to
ihe end, let come what will. 1 am
-voing to tell my story in my own
a ay. Mine will be an astounding
narrative and when 1 have complet completed
ed completed it the whole truth of the manner
in which the political bosses have
irie l to coerce me and failed, will be
known to every man and women in
this state, and they will be with me.
'cspite what the impeachment court
may do."

loons.

MEN ARE MASSACRED

she gae in."

I

worked on her and

.M, re

TIi an

Two Hundred a .Month

Die in the American
Coal .Mines

COTTON CHOP OF 1 LORIDA
SHOWS CillKAT IXCP.LASi:

FXDKSllIAP.Li: IMMIGll.WTS

Washington, Oct. 4. The Florida
cotton crop is the best in three

1
ytars, and better than the ten-yeai j
average. This is the announcement!
of the department of agriculture.!
which ghes the Florida crop a rat-

of September 1112, 7 on

and the ten-

:ng a-

September '!', bill
.car aerage of 71.

twelve men and six women to jailjnumber of Americans are said to be
vesterdav for contemnt of court, in the constitutionalists' ranks.

Later a consultation of the judges
of the superior court was held and

Thorwald Seigfried. an attorney was
1
requested to apply for a writ of'
habeas corpus for the prisoners. j

GEORGIA

WO.MAX
ATT EM PT E 1 SUICIDE

Judge Humphries was angry when

he heard of the consultation of his
fellow judges and the release of the
prisoners. He denounced the other
judges and declared the right of ha habeas
beas habeas corpus did not apply in con contempt
tempt contempt cases.
The scene in Judge Humphries"
court was remarkable The court
room was jammed and the crowd
frequently interrupted and applaud applauded.
ed. applauded. Most of the prisoners, when ar arraigned
raigned arraigned again expressed their con contempt
tempt contempt for the judge and defied his
decision against socialism.
Mrs. Humphries, secretary ot" a
socialist local, was dismissed with a
small fine. Mrs. William Mc-Xally
stood up with a baby in her arms.
The judge said he did not wish to
send the baby to jail.
"Never mind," the woman said
bitterly, "the baby is as guilty as 1
am."
She was fined $100 and sent to

Brunswick. Ga.. Oct. 4. Mrs. H.

! W. Perrv. wife of the general super

intendent of the Yaryan Xaval Stor Stores
es Stores Company, yesterday afternoon,
placed a pistol to her breast and
fired in an effort to end her life.
While she was not successful, the
bullet missing the heart a mere frac fraction,
tion, fraction, she is lingering between life
and death, and little hope is enter entertained
tained entertained for her recovery.

CHAPTER XO. 13, IS. A. M.

leguHr convocations of the Ocala
Chapter Xo. 13. R. A. M.. on the
fourth Friday in every month at
1:30 p. m. C. B. Connor, H. P.
Jake Brown. Secretary. Ad

Serious sickness calls for a con consultation
sultation consultation with your doctor at once.
The next step is to taJve his prescrip prescription
tion prescription straight to the Court Pharmacy,
where it will be filled right. !-26-tf

West Virginia, with 1 S 1 deaths.

uext :;n 1 snow.-, an increase or

Colony of Japs Will Probably Settle

Tn Clay County
Jacksomille Metropolis: A party:
of Japanese orchardists and garden-;
ers. prospective land buyers, will ar arrive
rive arrive in Jacksonville tomorrow, direct
from California, with a view- to set settling
tling settling in one or more of three places'
in this tate. namely. Clay county.!
Varna to. and the Everglades.
These men have been recruited by;

L. S. Mogi. of Los Angeles, who is
acting as the agent of W. A. Stout,
of Kansas, according to the state statement
ment statement of former Governor William S.
Jennings, this morning when shown
a clipping from a Los Angeles news

paper stating that "L. S. Mogi, act-;
ing as colonization agent for Cover-' Xew York. Oct. 4 4-nor
nor 4-nor Jennings of Florida, is recruiting j vesterdav afternoon

Japanese orchardists to raise fruits j church at Brooklyn and

in competition w ith California pro-j about $.".. 'hk wcrth of property

ducts."' ; .ore it was gotten under control. The
Governor Jennings stated that the; hurch was one of the most famous

information is correct in the mam. jo:" Greater Xew York and

A FTO KATES 1)17. LAI!E1 OI F

Washington, Oct. 4. Fatalities in
the coal mines of the Fnited States
luring the first seven months of the
year numbered 1.437. as compared
with 1 i 1 in the same period of last
year, according to reports to the bu bureau
reau bureau of mines here.

rennsMvania ieaus tne 11st witn: Savannah. Ga.. Oct. 4 There will
7C.:: deaths, an increase of l:3 over i be no Vanderbilt cup or grand prize
last year. Of these 30 were in the ; ;iutomobile races over the Savannah
anthracite and 383 in the bitumin- j coule Thanksgiving week. Harvey

Automobile Club, just back from

sekiXew York, has authorized the state-

.ti v-rwo over tne latanues :n mo n.eilt that he would officially

tr-? seven eirmths 01 1 1

Then in order follow Ohio, II-

ah mm ofFiSEa
Added to the Lon lAt of Martyrs
to the Science of Aviation
Salisbury. England, Oct. 4. Maj.
George Charlton Merrick of the Brit British
ish British ariuv ccris, was kille 1 while
tying over the military aviation
ground here yesterday when his
aeroplane suddenly collapse!.
.Major Merrick, who was an artil artil-ery
ery artil-ery oTicer. was forty-cne years old
end one of the most distinguished of
he younger officers attached to the
veneral staff of the British army. He He-had
had He-had seen much war service in Brit British
ish British India and West Africa, and had
been decorate! by the king for dis distinguished
tinguished distinguished service, order for bravery
in the field.

linois, !7; Alabama, ."5; Colorado,
47; Indiana, thirty-two. and Tennes Tennessee,
see, Tennessee, 2.".

mend to the

. ion iay that
el.

board of
the races

recom-

directors ov
be a ban don

COXCOH1MA LODGE F. U. OF A.

FAMOl'S LED CHITKTI
SI Fl EI1ED FROM KIKE

nrxxELLo.v dots

Concordia Lodge, Fraternal l.'nion
)f America, meets in Yonge's Hall
on the second Thursday evening of
.ach month. Geo. L. Taylor, F.M.
Chas. K Sage, Secretary. Ad

( Advocate )
Mr .and Mrs. Walter Davis have

i returned from a trip to Alabama.
Fire broke out j Mr. and Mrs. O'Xeal are in Jack Jack-in
in Jack-in Plymouth sonville for the purpose of placing

destroyed their son. Jesse, in the Florida Mil-

be-, itary Academy.

Mrs. C. S. M. Thomas has return returned
ed returned home after spending the summer

its pulpit 'in the mountains.

WOODMEX OF THE WOULD

Foit King Camp Xo. 14 meets in
Venae's Hall at 8 p. m. every second
Fri lay. Visiting sovereigns always
welcome. J. F. Thompson. C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. Ad
Xext meeting Friday night. Oct. 10.

OPEN ALL X1GHT

except that Mogi is not his agent, but'
: ......... e . ,. l. s :n..,., .,a.i I

is as"111 luI oiuui. no is nnnrsicu
with Governor Jennings in several
land deals in this state.
He also states that for the past
two years he has been selling land
to Japanese in Clay county, and that
the first arrivals of these intensive
gardeners and orchardists came last

wis once
oeecher.

filled by Henry Ward

SCHMIDT'S CIIAZY STINT

Xew York. Oct. 4. Hans Schmidt,
who confessed killing Anna Aumul Aumul-ler,
ler, Aumul-ler, became frenzied at the coroner's
Inquest into the death of his victim.

W. C. O'Banncn is making pre preparations
parations preparations to move his stock of
liquor to Tampa, where he will en engage
gage engage in the saloon business.
Dr. J. G. Purvis of Ocala was a
Tuesday visitor.
Miss Thelma Hoffman is home
from Ft. Meade, where she has been
visiting Mrs. Harmon Head.

The Merchant's Cafe is a first class
;.lace to take your meals. Open nigM
and day. J. R. Dewey, proprie proprietor.
tor. proprietor. 2-28-tf

A lot of new Hart, Schaffner &
Mark suits just in at Waterman'8 Waterman'8-They're
They're Waterman'8-They're the very latest designs--Come
and look then over. 9-22-tf

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YOU'LL SflAVE

4o0 TO PEMD)

for other things if you decide to buy one of our $8.50 suits instead of paying $12.50 to $15. You'll get the same
things you pay other stores for fit, quality of materials, good tailoring, correct style; they're all in our $8.50
SUITS. You needn't believe it simply because you read it here; see the cloths themselves; then you'll realize
that your tailor can't give you anything better.
GOLDMAN.Why IPVt More?"

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THE OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1013
riiar.aaer -elf and two laborers.
Mclver A: MacKay. two teams and
drier.-.
I
OCALA OCCURRENCES ?
L. K
Mel ver. :wo laborers and

.wond.
Board of Tra in will meet Wende.s- j
day nigh:, and it d.-dred to have
a i.f dally important and well at attended
tended attended meeting.
The millinery at Klein's is unsur unsurpassed
passed unsurpassed in Ocala. Call and tee. H'-l-Vf
l'resli ftTs daily, "any style."
Men hanCs Cafe, J. R. Dewey.KKl-tf
Those pretty hats at Klein's must
be seen to be appreciated. 10-1 tf
Mr. Dan Seyler, one of the veteran
planters of Lady Lake, was in town
ye.Hterday
Ribbons, feathers and all kinds of
hat trimmings at Klein's. 10-1 tf
The Star regrets to learn that Mr.
J. I Phillips has been on the sick
list for the past week.
For a long mild smoke, try Gerig's
IIaana Smokers. l!KMf
Some of the liveliest business
men in the state are going to hlp
at the Blitehton road working.
The millinery at Klein's is unsur unsurpassed
passed unsurpassed in Ocala. Call and see 10-l-tf
Secretary Kooney of the Board of
Trade and several other citizens
went to Orange Springs to attend the
farmers' in.-:irute today.
The cigar makers"
Havana Smokers.
cigai
Gerig'
10-:;-:
Mr. Joseph Sranaland. an extens extensive
ive extensive farmer ami fruit grower of the
Lynne .- ;ion. was a Saturday visi visitor
tor visitor in Ocala.
You should discard that straw hat.
See Waterman for the latest soft
hats and derbies. f-2 2-tf
Mr. S. B. Hawk's business college
closed its first week last night with
a good attendance, and a promise
of future increase.
IHibbons. feathers and all kinds of
hat trimmings at Klein's. 10-1 tf
Rev. R. F. Rogers presided at the
last sad services to Mrs. Wilson at
the Oklawaha bridge cemetery. Hun Hundreds
dreds Hundreds were present and all were
deeply affected.
' Those pretty hats at Klein's must
be seen to be appreciated. 10-1 tf
Mr. R. K. Yonge has changed his
big hall into two very neat and coa-j
venient lodge rooms. The Royal Arch
and Free Masons and Eastern Star
will meet in the western room; and
the Odd Fellows. Woodemn and F.
C. of A. will have the one on the
east. Mr. Yonge has taken consid considerable
erable considerable trouble in fitting .up Vlhe
rooms, as is natural. for he is a Mrt Mrt-bod.
bod. Mrt-bod. Odd Fellow and Frater himself.
Fresh oysters daily, "any style."
Merchant's Cafe, J. R. Dewey. 1l-:5-tf
Mr. Roland Marsh, who has charge
of the Standard Oil interests in San San-ford,
ford, San-ford, is in the city for a few days.
Mr. Marsh formerly lived in Ocala
and his many friends here were
pleased to see him again.
Good
Things
To Eat
Green Maraschino Cherries
Red Maraschino Cherries
Knorr's Bouillon Cubes
(Consomme)
Cheese in tins and glasses:
Roquefort
Chester
Brie
Camembert
and Gorgonzola.
Apollinaries Mineral Water.
Pettijohn's Breakfast Food.
Graham Flour.
Pancake Flour.
Japanese Rice Cakes.
Brick Cod Fish.
Dried Herring.
0. K. TEA-POT
GROCERY
PHONES 16 and
OCALA FLA-

K. o: I. T:it
Odd F.:iov.- ii

r v a i y :ioori-y o. m ,i ri ju
Count; Beard of Trade laid '':: raat-i-r
oi a: tending Blittdnoji road
day i.ei'or- (Governor Trammel! y-f-riav
e1. en in sr. The ernor a:d
he would i very jxlad if h could he
irf .-eiit. 1j.it. he wa.- at'raii other e-n-easenients
would ke'i him away;
however, he would let .Mr. Ilooney
know for certain later.

"Governor Trammell held an in informal
formal informal reception in the Harrington
Hall vestibule yesterday evening.
Mr. Trammell is a good type of the
American statesman, easy to ap
proach, courteous, attentive to every-
body, but it is easy to see he has a
mind of his own on all questions.
He is not given to making rash
promises, but seldom recedes from
one once made.
Rev. J. B. Ley interviewed Gover Governor
nor Governor Trammel yesterday evening on
the plan of changing the Marion
Farms to the state experiment farm.
The governor highly approved of the
idea, but said he could do nothing
without authority from the legisla legislature.
ture. legislature. Tj members of Fort King Camp,
Woodmen of the World, will unveil
The monument to their departed
brother. Walter Young, tomorrow
afternoon.
Ml requested to meet in
Yonge's Hall at
o'clock, and bring
flowers.
When they make "better shoes" at
the "same price." you will find them
Are you wearing, black? If so. see
the pretty fourteen button boot for
Iad:e in mourning at Little's Shoe
Parlor. 1 '"-L'-Ot,
Mr. T. .1. Sherouse. for many years
a re.-ident of Marion county, but at
j resent interested in the develop development
ment development of a large tract of la;:d in 1 1-Soto
Soto 1-Soto county, is here on business. He
says that the DeSoto section of
Florida is moving right ahead, with
railroads building in every direction
from the gulf to the interior.
Try Gerig's
st raight.
Havana
Smokers; "c.
1 o-:j-tf
Slander
sfde out.
is flattery turned wrong
Those pretty hats at. Klein's must
be seen to be appreciated. 10-1 tf
If love is the wine of life, old
bachelors must be its prohibitionists.
Frosh oysters daily, "any style."
Merchant's C-afv-J, R. lcneM-:MH
The new office of the Converse
i
j planing mill is now completed and
I ready for business at the corner of
South Third andN. Osceola
streets,
to over overbuilding
building overbuilding Their largo yard; are filled
flowing with lumber and
materials and 'they are ready for the
fall trade. Se&" their advertisement
in another column of today's papr.
.Mr. James Murrell, the Mcintosh
capitalist, is in the city on business
today.
Mr. Charles E. Simmons leaves to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow for Chicago, where he will
l.e engaged for some days on busi business
ness business for the Ocala Irn Works, of
which he has been the successful
manager for the past two years.
Mr. Henry Hooten. who has been
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Hooten, left Tuesday for
Ocala. Center Hill item in Bushnell
Times.
People seldom attempt to sit on
the man who stands up for himself.
Messrs. E. P., J. A. and J. T.
Rentz of Ocala, came down and spent
a couple of days fishing and looking
at the land. Crystal River News.
Marshal Brigance says that the
time for all dogs to have their new new-license
license new-license tags is October 1, and that
all animals running at large in the
future will be impounded. So, get
busy and give your canine the proper
credentials before letting him roam
around to worry the neighbors.
Two cases of disorderly conduct
at the recorder's court this forenoon
drew prizes of "five and" and "two
and." with the alternative of giving
the citv twice the number of days
service as
called for.
the number of dollars
Even if a man has polished man manners,
ners, manners, vou can't always see his finish.
DR. W. K. LWE Specialist, Eye
Ear, Nose ind Throat. Office Law
Mbrarv Building. Ocala. Adv.

tl :utte'iH for
Io;.l Working
Ijv. J. V.. Chactr witn man and
team.
J a Liro
F. V. j.v
ream.-.
eli. two dray a.
to. .-el:' and auto and two
Von Knielken. self, auto
Dr. L. Ii.
and laborer.
Mr,. J. Ii.
Moorheal, aid servins
dinner.
Mrs. Ola Potter, same as above.
Mrs. B. H. Seymour, as above.
Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk. same as above. 1
Mrs. Mae Bingham, same as above.
Mrs. F. W. Ditto and Mrs. Mamie;
Fox, dinner for ten and assistance.
Mrs. A. M. Lansford, twentv-fivc
canj wiches
Mrs. W. H. Anderson and daugn daugn-ter,
ter, daugn-ter, dinner for twelve.
Mrs. J. C. Howell, assist with din dinner.
ner. dinner. Y. C Blanchard, self.
Joseph P. Taylor, self, son and
team. Mr. Taylor lives on the Bliteh Blitehton
ton Blitehton road.
Perry Edwards, colored, self and
H. A. Fausett, self and two teams.
J. G. Kichline.
C. A. Scandreti.
S. Hickel.
Ocala Evening Star.
W. T. Gary, mule and wason and
auto.
J. P. Phillips, mule and wagon i
and auto. j
R. S. Abbott. professional ser-!
vices.
Dr. Boozer, self and laborer. j
Dr. Walter Hood, self and laborer.!
Marcus Frank. entire force of!
Frank's store.
S. T. Si-tritnk. sell and man.
B. H. Seymour, self, auto and two;
reams. I
H.
C. .1
o::e.-.
self, auto and eight
men.
A. J. Leavengood, self.
R. C. Loveridge, self.
Ed Carmichp.el, self
and two
teams.
t'apt.
W. F.
II. S.
1). s.
C. L.
Ocala
t. Tucker. Do his best.
Rlesch. laborer.
Chambers, laborer.
Welsh, self.
Anderson, self and laborer.
Heights Dairy, team.
H. H. Whit worth, self and man.
Mrs. W. V. Xewsom. assist with
linner.
Ocala Lumber &. Supply Co., team
and driver, probably two.
Ocala Boy Scouts.
J. W. Coulter, self, two hands, one
double team.
Marion Hardware Company, II. B.
Clarkson and twelve men with shov shovels,
els, shovels, and one automobile for use dur during
ing during the day.
J. T. Burgess, self.
S. Pinkney, self
Dr. Blitch. auto, family and whole
outfit.
L. M. Murray, laborer.
M. Fishel, son and force.
The Carmichael & Son Co., one
double team and two men.
J. L. Edw-ards, self and three la laborers.
borers. laborers. Charles Fishel.
C. E. Hightower.
A. G. Gates and auto.
C. L. Fox, self or laborer.
Fred B. Magaw, $1.50.
Blowers Lime Co., H. F. Goekins,
And Your
"HUYLER GIRL"
Comes Back to School.
Greet her with a fresh box
of the kind or assortment she
likes best. The HUYLER
list is a large one all good
kinds but you know her
favorite among the following:
Assorted Chocolates.
ISonhons and Chocolates.
My Favorites nl 1 Pound.
Ye Old-Fashioned Chocolate
Creams.
Chocolate Cocoanut Bars.
Chocolate Pepierniints 20c, 40c.
Fresh Every Hour Mixture.
Crystal ized Ginger.
Pecan Calomels.
Pink Yraier (Vanilla) Choco Chocolate.
late. Chocolate. Take a box with you to today.
day. today. Just out of an ice-cold
special refrigerator case.
They'll come to you as fresh
and crisp as if just from the
famous Huyler's factory.
T. W. Troxler
10-2-dtf

'lll.il- Hull of
lii! hi n

OCTOBER

C. V. R.
self.
Hayes &
C. L. Si.

Guynn. one man.
trunk, one laborer.
arshauer, .-el: or man.
Hrvn Ut,
B. Goldman.
Joseph Malewr. sdf
and buzsv.
J. Akin, laborer.
Carlisle Drugstore, two laborers.
Dr. Boozer, rive men.
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, one la laborer.
borer. laborer. F. P. Gadson, one laborer.
Tompkins ic Cobb, double team
and driver.
Jerry Burnett, one man.
D. V. Goodwin. $1.
Dodson & Rentz. one man.
C. J. Johnson, cne man.
C. L. Izlar, self and auto.
R. F. Rogers, self and one man.
G. R. Smith, one day.
D. M. Barco, self.
W. K. Zewadski. self and laborer.
C. W. Smith, self and man.
G. Y. Ray, one man.
J. P. Galloway, self and two labor laborers.
ers. laborers. Cash, S 1.25.
C. E. Connor, self and man.
Wm. M. Gober, one day or $1.
L. A. Snow, one man.
Alfred Ayer, $1.
E. T. Helvenston, one day.
Knight & Lang, two laborers, two
mules and wagon.
Y. L. Colbert, self and auto.
Baxter Carn, one-horse team.
F. A. Davies, self and auto.
Carter's Bakery, two men and 100
loaves of broo.d.
G. F. Williams, self and auto.
L. W. Harley &. Bro., self, pick
and shovel.
J. R. Dewey, self and one man.
vV. H. Anderson, self and three
sons, two-horse wagon and all nec necessary
essary necessary fools.
L. F. Ballard, self one day.
A. E. Burnett, self and laborer.
J. A. Morris, Jr., and three men.
M. A. TenEyck, self and laborer.
.1. T. Hall. self.
Fred J. Burden, self and team.
Charles E. French, self.
Ih-nry Gordon. $!..".
Z. C. t'hambliss, self auto and
teams.
James Duffy, one day.
Jim Duffy, one day.
J. M. Whisenant and son, one day.
R. C. Muncaster, self, labor, moral
support.
William Butler.
Mr. Pfifer.
W. J. Nelson, self.
Mason Snelling. self.
G. T. Liddon, self, double team
and man.
J. W. Jenkins and team,
loe Potter and team.
Gordon Moorhead, services.
Gordon Sinclair, services.
B. Mcintosh.
Dr. F. E. McClane, self, auto and
man.
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, sell,
auto and live laborers.
H. A. Deubel, cash, $l.o0.
J. T. George.
Roseboro Fant.
W. B. Hamden.
Roy and Glover Goodwin.
Henry Nelson (colored).
McDavid Hill.
J. L. Wiley, double team and driv driver,
er, driver, one day.
J. H. Brinson, self, man and team,
vices.
J. C. Howell, team.
Commodore W. S. Goodwin and
son. $10.
A. M. Lansford, self, auto and two
men.
D. S. Wood row, self and laborer.
S. J. McCully, one day.
W. R. Roe and son, with double
mule team.
Court Pharmacj, team and man.
Joe Akin.
E. A. Osborn of the Morriston Co.,
Morriston, twenty double teams with
men to drive them for ten days'
work.
W. E. Whitworth, self, man and
team.
Mrs. M. B. Stewart, $1 cash.
Ladies of the Ocala V. C. T. U.,
100 dinners and assistance in ser serving.
ving. serving. R. L. Martin, self, transit and
chain.
E. L. Wartmann. Citra, cash $2.
Joseph W. Dodge, will drive cart
or wagon.
E. L. Howell of Ocala, self, auto
and two double teams. Twenty din dinners
ners dinners and assistance from Mrs. How Howell.
ell. Howell. Sam McAteer. self and team.
Dr. R. R. Williams, colored, Ocala.
$1.
Will Jenkins, colored.

rihininilk:

1st?

It Will Be
Money In Your Poeket
To figure with US before you place your order for
LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATH
or any thing or mill work you may need in the build building
ing building line. W e are prepared to give you estimates on
comlpete house bills.
We Carry Heart Porch Flooring In Stock
E. E. CONVERSE PLANING MILLS
PHONE 234 Office Cor. Osceola and S. 3rd St

Windsor Mold
Jacksonville's Finest
AND
Florida's Largest and Best Year
Round Hotel
The Hotel you take your Mother, Wife or Sister to
Home Hotel of the State
RATES
European Plan $1.50 Per Day and Upward
A. M. Wilson, Thos. M. Wilson,
ASST. MGR. PROP. AND MGR.
Jacksonville, Florida

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Phone 331
Plant and Ofiice North Main St.
Ocala, lFloiidla

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needs before the public.



THE -OCA LA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1913

THREE

I

at same fzmsm-

EXTRAVAGANCE is one of those insidious
habits that creeps upon us find takes away our mon money,
ey, money, wastes our time and ROBS us of our comfort comfortable
able comfortable old aje. Those small sums that we fritter
away from week to week, would look very handsome
a few years from nov in the bank. After you have
started a bank account, you will find that it is no
sacrifice to deny yourself mrny of the useless pleas pleasures
ures pleasures that really eat up so vast an amount of money.
DO YOUR BANKING WITH US
IV t; Pay 4 per cent Intern t n Savings Accounts

3fel

ml

BEAUTY

of our service is its promptness.
You are waited on when you enter
the store. You are not ured to buy
We expect the character of our
JEWELRY
to do the selling. So pay us a visit
no matter how little time you can
spa?e. The goods and prices will tell
you lots aiul prompt attention will
enable you to buy as quickly as you
desire. But take longer if you can.

BURNETT

A. E.

Ocala, Floricfa

tm

Make home happy with a glowing new heater.
Enjoy the comfort of sitting by a nice, warm stove.
Our heaters will hold the fire over night, so that
you only need to make a few twists and pour in some
coal to quickly have a hot fire.
"Fire out' your old stove and "Fire up" a new
one.
larfoi Hardware Co.
Phone US, Ocala, Fla.

HUNDREDS

THE MAII-IIUIIT:

A..aviii of Mr-. WiKon Ha So Far
j Eluded Hi- I,iiimici'
! Effort
I
Another day is drawing to a close
and the murder of .Mrs. Wilson yet
remains unavenged. j
! .Seeral negroes have been round-'
ed up an 1 put in jail, but while they
' seem to be suspicious characters
:here is no eiJen;e connecting any
of them with the traire ly. The wife
: of Will (Jreen. who is accused of the
murder, is in the eo:;n:y jail, but it
' isn't likely she knows anything
about it. Two suspects are in jail
at (ia:nes i lie. awaiting the inspec inspection
tion inspection of the -Marion county sheriff.
i It was reported this morning that
a negro ha 1 been lynched at Oak.'
but there was nothing in the report.
A message came from Silver
Springs about s a. m. that the crim-
inal had been seen in that vicinity,
and the searchers immediately went
'out there in full force. They learned
that a su?picious looking negro had
obtaine 1 food there yesterday, and
that he had been seen going into the
big swamp early this morning. The
swamp was immediately searchej.
but without result.
Several hunlrel men took part in
the search, and most of them are in
the woods yet.
A party from the Star oflice went
out to the spring early this after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. They found Sheriff Calloway,
who has been on the go almost con constantly
stantly constantly for over fifty hours, eating a
hasty lunch at The store. He wasn't
talking much, but said, "We'll get
him,' and started cut again. Harry
Peter. John Thompson and a dozen
other weary hut determined men
were with him. taking a few minutes
rest and a little ford before rejoin rejoining
ing rejoining the other searchers.
' There is a great disposition in and
around Ocala to make examples of
well-known bad characters among
the negroes, and if they are wise
they will leave before another daylight.

FROM Mi). PHILLIPS

Who i- a Candidate for Alderman
from the Second Ward

I am a candidate for alderman in
the second ward. If elected 1 will
put the same push and energy in my
services to the city that 1 put in my
own business. The men with whom
1 qo business know that I am con conservative
servative conservative enough not to throw any
money away, and my actions in my
own business stamp me as progres progres-sie
sie progres-sie enough to spend mcney where
the neel is clearly shown. My be belief
lief belief in the future of Ocala is un-,
limited. I want to help make her
grow. 1 never have and will not ;
now play dirty politics. If you be-j
lieve from a moral and business

standpoint, I am qualified to repre represent
sent represent you I will appreciate your sup support
port support Oct. 7. J. p. Phillips.

Wluere is Your Money?
A Kansas farmer, wno had no bank account,
dropped his roll in a fieid he was plowing. It was
not found until a year afterwards, and was then a
mass of pulp, and none of it redeemable.
A saving account in this bank offers ABSOLUTE
SECURITY tor your savings and pays 4 per cent in interest,
terest, interest, compounded semi-annually. $1 starts an ac account
count account in
THE
Ocala National Baulk: ;
An Active United States Depository

WEEK OF I'liAVEK

Next week will be observed as a
week of prayer for state missions by
the Baptist church, and the first
meeting will be held in connection
with the sewing circle Monday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon at o o'clock at the church.

Til A V

I.IXC; SALESMEN'
ATTENTION

You are requested to call on "Sun "Sunny
ny "Sunny Jim" Robinson or Bob Adams,
for information concerning a matter
of i.'iii ortance.

DR. F. E. McCLANE, M. D.
SPECIALIST IX CHRONIC DISEASES

The Dr. McClane Medical. Surgical and
Electrical Institute
OCALA., FLORIDA.
PHONES Office. No. 332. Dr MjClane's Residence. Xo. 4077"
Office Suite 1 to 7, Holder Block Southwest cor. Public Square.

ICE CREAM

Aii.-olutely the lest. Xo condensed

milk used. Tint 2." cents, quart 4jj ;
rents, gallon, packed. SI. ". Deliv-
ere I to any j art of the city. j
X. B Orders for gallons and ovei

must be booke 1 not less than four
hours be! ore deliery. Any flavor
can be furnishel in gallons or more.
Vanila and chocolate always on hand.
"The Store Accommodating." Phone
2tV.. ft-2'.t-tf

niNNELLON ROAR!) OF TRADE

Miss Hill's
School of Ciatory, Expression ntl
Dramatic Culture
For information call or write 1 T
I'.it Kiiij avenue. 10-4-6t

Advocate )
With thirty-nine charter members
to start with the success of the board
seems to be assured.
Enthusiasm was on tap from start
to finish, and the meeting went with
a swing, thanks to J. D. Rooney.
?
The willingness of our well known
citizens to serve as officers or on the
committees augurs well for the fu-
trre of the board of trade.
Dunnellon's infant board of trade
ought to grow into a healthy youngs youngster
ter youngster and then some, with three doc doctors
tors doctors among the officers.

The selection of Chas. (I. J. Tullis
as secretary of the board was fortu fortunate.
nate. fortunate. Mr. Tullis is a young man of

'ability and may be relied on to fill

this important position creditably.

William Avery and Harper O. i
Akin have purchased the pressing
club business just south of the city j
market on Main street and the same j
will in the future be operated under j
the name of Avery & Akin. These
young men will give the business

rheir personal attention and assure
their friends that all work entrusted
to them will be satisfactorily executed.

A Perfect Water Supply for Your
- FARM HOMfc
BY I'SING A
PERRY FRESH WATER SYSTEM
A powerful direct pressure pump operated by com compressed
pressed compressed air fr.m small storage tank. Econom Economical
ical Economical inasmuch as you get nearly three times as
much water as is gotten by systems using the
germ proof water storage tanks.
Let us explain more fully and give you an estimate
of the cost completely installed
Fill LY GU AR iNTEED
OCALA PLUMBING & ELECTRIC CO., A6TS.
See our demonstration plant in operation.

Mr. K. T. Helvenston has engaged
the sen ices of Mr. .John C. Lindsay
of Cherow, S. C. who will arrive i:i
town this eening. Mr. Lindsay will
take charge of the books and also as assist
sist assist in the clothing an 1 men's fur furnishings
nishings furnishings department.

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.NOTICE
Statement of the ownership, man management,
agement, management, circulation, etc.. of Ocala
Evening Star, publishe 1 daily at
Ocala. Florida, require 1 by the act
of August 24. r."l
Editor. J. 11. Benjamin. Ocala:
bu.-iness managers. R. II. Carroll and
P.V. LeaengooI. Ocala: publishers.
R. R. Carroll and Mrs. C. L. Bittin Bittinger.
ger. Bittinger. widow of late C. L. Bittinger,
Ocala: owners. R. R. Carroll and
Mrs. C. L. Bittinger. widow of late C.
L. Bittinger.
Known bondholders, mortgagees,
and other security hol lers, holding 1
per cent, or more of total amount of
bon.'.s. mortgages, or other securi securities:
ties: securities: Estate J. C. Porter, deceased.
Ocala. Fla.. ?1."im balance due on
chattel mortgage for purchase mon money:
ey: money: Mergenthaler Linotype, Co..
$100h. balance due on chattel mort mortgage
gage mortgage for linotype. New York.
Average number of copies of each
issue of this publication .-old or dis distributed,
tributed, distributed, through the mails or other otherwise,
wise, otherwise, to paid subscribers during the
six months preceding the date of this
statement. ."7.".. R. R. Caroll.
(leneral Manager.
Sworn to and subscribe 1 before
me this 4th day of October 1 '.!:;.
I SEAL! Mamie E. Fox.
.Votary Public.
My commission expires February
12th If IT.

The Florila Title & Abstract Co..

who recently moved into the new i
Bierman building on the south side;

of the fe 'eral square, njw has its
signs paintel. A huge one is on the
east side of the building, high up, to towards
wards towards the front, one is on the rear
or south end and the windows have
been letterel. one for this company
and one for Mr. R. C. Muncaster.
who has an office there.

Raymond deMuro is now employed
by the Munroe & Chambliss Bank in
Ocala. and has a fine position there.
Raymond is one of the best young
men Inverness can boast of. and his
merits have just found recognition
away from home. He is not only a
fine appearing voting man. but is
honest and trustworthy in every re re-spect.
spect. re-spect. and evidently having chosen a
banking career will undoubtedly
make a success of it. While our
town regrets to lose Raymond de
Muro it rejoices that he is with such
a sturdy financial firm as the Mun Munroe
roe Munroe & Chambliss Bank in Ocala.
Inverness Chronicle.

AUTOMOBILE WANTED

Dr. Chas. R. Tydings has some
doubt that Will Green is the negro
who killed Mrs. Wilson. He says he
does not think Green strong enough
physically to have overcome Mrs.

tison s resistance. He also says
that if Green was the criminal, it
is stranze that Mr. Luffman. who
has known him for years, did not
recognize him if he came within
thirty yards of him Like almost
eerboly else. Mr. Tydings is not
; erturhei over the prospect of Green
beine lynched by mistake, as he is
a worthless gambler and it would

safe to hang him anyhow.

fU LCANIZING.
We ar equipped with the Latent, Largest, Re-t Vulcanizing
plant in Central Florida. Any sized tire handled at, one time.
All work Guaranteed to e Eirst-Class.
Bring us your Casings and Tubes to be Vulcanized.
Worn out tires and tubes bought.
FISK and FIRESTONE TIRES
of all sizes and rims, always in stock
DAVIES, The Tire Man

I'h.;ne RJS. OCALA, I IX)RIDA Main St., near lostoffice,

WPTT Red, Buff, Gray and
UvLJlii Common Building

Large Stock, Prompt Shipment
WE SAVE YOU MONEY
A. C CONYERS, ,',5

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Marascript Covers.
An elegant line of lawyers'
manuscript covers, in any
color that could be desired.

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A small runabout automobile:
must be in fair coniition and cheap.

xotkt: to nor; ow.xkrs

Apply to "Auto." ?tar off

1 A-l-Tf

Say! I

No Coal Famine in U. S.
According to geological survey esti-

No matter what it is ou have to sell, or what

is v u u ciiicdii ax in uui uutiassiucu uoiuiiui cent, of the available coal in
ill bring the desired results. United States has been rained.

mates only about one-half of 1 per

the

All dogs in the city should have
license tazs as the new license is
! now due. All animals not wearing
j tass will he impoundel at once. ;
iu-4--: A. J. Briganee.
! Marshal City of Ocala.

Ocala Star
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Read our UNCLASSIFIED ADS. lor yonr wants



FOUR

THE OCALA EVENING STAR. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 191:1

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY

RITTIXKER cV CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
II. II. Carroll, Oeneral MynaT Port V. Leaeiigood. Etiine Manascr
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala. Ela., postoffice as second class matter.

PHONE 51

(Domestic)
One year, in advance. .

SUliSCRIITIOX RATES
, (Foreign)
$5.00; One year, in advance SS.Ou

2.50 i Six months, in advance.

Six months, in advance

Three months, in advance.... 1.25 i Three months, in advance..
On& month, in advance 50 One month, in advance

4.25
2.25
.SO

IT IS TIME TO ACT

It is time for the city and county
authorities to take drastic steps to
rid fhe community of the large num number
ber number of worthless negroes who are al always
ways always a burden and often a menace.
From this class comes most of the
men who three times in the last year
have convulsed Marion county with
their crimes. The brute who cut a
white girl to pieces near Mcintosh a
year ago wandered around the
country, working sometimes, but
most of the time gambling and loaf loafing.
ing. loafing. The beast who committed the
outrage near Citra claimed to have
a home and a settled occupation, but
it is safe to say that he was idle most
o: the time. Of Will Green, the man

n:::g.- ::.:-:' --nvi in this ma:-
;-r. We do no; wari: Japs :n Klor;- J
V xu (.;in;iz!) t rouble r.u'.v. )

IT WOULD P.E AX
UWEv Ksx ARV EXPENSE
n :;.'T-jt:.-n wirh a Srar re-'
, ''.r.-r :." H;: rrlngton las; nizh.
ii'.tn.ir Tra4..;i:.'!l .-ail that he aid
ior i xi t eri 'i to (all a special session
-;' xhr- iluture in order to straight straighten
en straighten the alleged snarl in the re redisricting
disricting redisricting law.
: I would cost, the governor .-aid.
a! .-o;ii i':;n. (o.u to hold a special ses session,
sion, session, and it was plain that he thought
that was too big a price for the state
to pay for an extra congressman.
He said he thought it was perfect perfectly
ly perfectly proper and practical to go ahead
and hold an election in the four dis districts
tricts districts iaid out by the legislature, and
he had no doubt that the congress-

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This bank is the channel through which the financial side of your business
may pass safely, promptly, under the experienced eyes of experienced bankers.
On your own decision of where you shall bank, rests much of your future
success. The Munroe & Chambliss Bank is always pleased to demonstrate its
qualifications for superior service.

The Munroe & CluamMnss Baumlk
OCALA, FLORIDA

tacle and immense expense of call

ing out the entire force of the na- men so elected would be given their

tionai guard to deal with a situation
that a hundred policemen could have
handled.

seats. He
election on
from three

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did not believe that an j "
the plan of last year.j ,X ol'K STORE
districts and one con-!

OCALA WAS THE STATE
CAPITAL LAST E ENTNO

believed to be guilty of the recent
outrage, a veteran deputy sheriff
says that he never knew him to do
anything useful.
It is a seldom thing that, a hard hardworking
working hardworking negro commits a felony.
.Nine-tenths of the crime in southern
.states is committed by the idlers and
half idlers of their race.
The officers of the law generally
know the-e worthless and criminal
characters. They are willing to ar arrest
rest arrest them, and the magistrares are
willing to sentence them. The prin principal
cipal principal reason why they escape punish punishment
ment punishment so often is that they are gen generally
erally generally able to employ lawyers, while
the county is seldom represented.
The city and county should round
up all suspicious characters, and all
They know to be bad characters, on
charges of agrancy, if nothing else,
and the county should employ a com

petent attorney to prosecute the
cases. All men, and women, who
won't, work, or work part of their
rime and loaf, gamble and steal the
remainder of it. should be put on the
roads and kept there, sentence after
sentence, until they turn to honest
work or die. It is much better for
an occasional injustice to be done
than for the community to be con convulsed
vulsed convulsed with such horrors as have
happened in Marion county thrice in
twelve months.
Another thing is that reputable
.white lawyers" should not make a
practice of defending professional
negro criminals. When a lawyer
knows that a man is a bad character,
he should decline his case. Lawyers
who make a living off this sort of

practice, should be sternly discourag discouraged
ed discouraged by public sentiment. They have
caused untold trouble and more is
coming
If there is not soon a radical
change in dealing with this question,
the people will take matters in their
own hands, and as usual some inno innocent
cent innocent men and women will suffer with
the guilty.

WILL .sunX

The people of Ocala were not
aware yesterday that they were to
have the governor and most of his
cabinet with them, and only a few
learned of the fact at all. and those
just before train time. The party
came in on the A. C. L. train, which
was late and did not arrive until
nearly tour o'clock.
Those composing the distinguished
party were. Park Trammell. gover governor:
nor: governor: W. A. McRae. commissioner of
agriculture; J. C. Liming, treasurer.

I and W. X. Sheats, superintendent of

public instruction, a majority of the
state cabinet. Accompanying the
gentlemen was Cap!. J. W. Purvis,
manager of the Marion Farms, who
has been with the party on their in inspection
spection inspection of other state inteivsts.
The pariy was niol at the train by
-ec;v:ary Rooney of the Hoard of
Trade, representatives of the papers.
.Mr. Ft. S. Hall. State Convict Inspec Inspector
tor Inspector Tit-omb. and a number of other
citizens. Tlie visitors went to the
Harrington and secured rooms and
were immediately taken out to the
Marion Farms in automobiles, where
they were shown that magnificent
property, going over it thoroughly.
The gentlemen were most favora favorably
bly favorably impressed with Capt. Purvis"
1'ock of nearly iioo fine turkeys,
hatched last spring and now grown
and many of them laying: by his
herd of nearly three hundred fine
hogs, many of which will be killed
as soon as the weather is cool
enough; t lie herd of fine cattle, etc..

and had to admit that they could not j tees at 1
be surpassed elsewhere. j n which

gressman at large, would be legal.' r-'en inugn we are most caretui
He didn't seem to think that thelin our selec'in of drugs and ehem ehem-outcry
outcry ehem-outcry against the law had any real QaU we guard 'ou sti11 further by
foundation. j eliminating all medicines of doubtful
When it is remembered that the length, purity and potency. That's

governor is not only a very good
lawyer himself, but has the endorse endorsement
ment endorsement of the present, attorney general.

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why when we fill your prescriptions

your doctor receives the greatest co- i

operation. It's a good reason for our
serving so many scientifical physi physicians.
cians. physicians. Whether your prescription is

either a simple or complex one. it v

will be given the utmost attention

it seems that he has the best side of
the argument, and that the candi candidates
dates candidates for next year's primaries had

marked out by the legislature. lfjaml wil1 be compounded from drugs j

they are so elected by the people j

there is not one chance in a thou thousand
sand thousand that Congress will refuse to
recognize them.

HEADQUARTERS FOR WIRE FENCE
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.
MFiigrlhLt &. Lang

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are at all times very moderate. The

Court Pharmacv.

OET INTO
HARNESS

a;ai.

Messrs. E. P. Rentz and E. P.
Reiit & Sons have been discharged
from bankruptcy and are free and
f(.oi Ions." an i discharged of all obli obligations
gations obligations by the courts. Mr. E. I'.
Ileiitz has practically regained his
r.siial health and igor. and told a
Star reporter yesterday that lie was"
looking for a new mill location and

FOII SALE
Two hundred and sixty-seven
acres, one half mile from Santos on
S. A. L. Railroad, all under fence;
two hundred acres under cultiva

tion:
; "t n
hard

house
acres
wood

40x4": barn 15x20; (if-?

W. H. MARSH

pine timber; ten

acres
price.

108

on I

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in business again.

M.MMO.vs si stains jground.
MA YOU SWEAIHXOEX I Also two"
land fiftv-four

improved.
See II. A.

well watered

! Also one hundred and seventy seventy-four
four seventy-four acres southeast of Ocala; five
'outbuildings; barn ::'xJb; six-room
; dwelling house in good repair; eight
i room stone house in course of con-
i

Miuiiiwit wiiii uu miliaria! un mi

FRESH MEATS

jOCAU LOIJOE SO. USO, 15. P. O. E.

Jacksonville Metropolis, fjrd: May
or Van ( Swearingcn won a com

unall farms of eighty
acres respectively, un-
Kramer. or owner, A.

.lete victory today in his fight with (a. Mathews. Ocala. El a.

lo-i-tf

the board of bond trustees for the
control of the police department.!
Judge Daniel A. Simmons, of the cir-i
... . . i

cuit court, handed uown bis opinion
iu the famous case of W. X. Rober Rober-son
son Rober-son vs. Sig Hess et al, as bond trus-

1 o'clock this afternoon,
he held that the writ of

The visit, of the governor and his ; prohibition against the trial of Rob Rob-cabinet
cabinet Rob-cabinet was to decide, we under- j erson by the trustees, must issue,
stand, was is to be done with the! The court holds that as the mayor
convicts at the farm and the state's! js llle oniy one having the authority
property. Mr. J. II. Powell of .Tack-!to tile charges upon which a police police-sonville.
sonville. police-sonville. president of the Elorida man f an pe tried, and that as the
Pine Co.. owners of the Marion j mayor has not filed any such charges
Farms, was with the party, as wasjn tjie case f Willie X. Roberson.
Capt. T. E. Bridges. The party left j the hoard of bond trustees has no
Ocala this mornir g for home. j rjiht to try him. The opinion set-
ties the tight which has been on for

i xt i : i u :st i x ; i x r um.tio x

The Miami Metropolis of the 2nd
says:
Denial of the report that he will
be a candidate for the United States
Senate is made by former Governor
S. Jennings of Jacksonville, who
arrived in the city last night. '"There
is no truth in such a report." said

The
n ifi cant
and in
Angeles

following apparently insig-l

several months between the mayor

'and the bond trustees for the control

item under a tiny headline

i
an obscure part of a Los;
paper, means more to Elor-j

; of the police department.

MAIUOX COUNTY DIKECTORY I
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Court W. S. Bui-
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-E. W. Davis, j
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P. II. Xugent, j

j Ocala Lodge, Xo. 2SC, Eenovelent ;

and Protective Order of Elks, mets
' the second and fourth Tuesday even even-iings
iings even-iings in each month. .Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome.
! Chas. V. Hunter, E. R.
Joseph Bell, Secretary. Ad.

Judge Circuit

lock. Ocala.
District Attorney
Ocala.
Clerk Circuit Court
Ocala.

Sheriff.!. P. Gallow
Tax Collector W.

Tax Assessor Alfred Ayer, Ocala. j
Treasurer John M. Graham, ; ARKIVAL AXI) DEPARTURE
Ocala. i
Surveyor W. A. Moorhead, Ocala. OF TRAINS AT OCAL.A
Judge of Prolate Wm. E. Smith,

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L.

Ocala. I
Colbert, j

OCALA SEED STORK
Elorida Seed Rye, per bushel $1
Elorida 00 Day Oats, per hu. $1.
S. C. Rust Proof Oats, bushel $1.
10-f-tf

F. W. MARKERT

Ocala.
County Commissioners C. Carmi Carmi-chael,
chael, Carmi-chael, Ocaia: J. W. Davis. Summer Summer-field;
field; Summer-field; W T. Henderson, Lynne; D. G.
Watkins. Dunnellon; Walter Luff Luff-man,
man, Luff-man, Sparr.
Board Public Instruction J. H.
Brinson. Superintendent. Ocala; B.

R. Blitch. Blitchton: J. S. Grantham, j
Fort McCov; W. D. Carn. Ocala. o.
- ' No.

The following schedule 5s not paid
for, but is printed for the information
of the public. The railroads are re-qi'f-sted
to send in corrections when whenever
ever whenever necessary.
SEABOARD AIR LIXE

i la than cue would conclude at first

blush:

Sacramento. Sept. 'I'l. 'I'l.-actir.g
actir.g 'I'l.-actir.g as colonization

Mr. V. W. Markert the Wildwood

-L S Mo-' merchant died suddenly while sit-J

agent for

A BEAUTIFUL, PERMANENT,
WASHABLE NEW WALL FINISH

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! No.

Southbound Arrive
3 1:05 p.m
9 (Limited) .. .2:30 p.m.
1 i : J5 a. m.
Northbound
2 2:25 a.m.
4 12:50 p.m.
10 (Limited) .4:20 p m.

Leave
1:25 p.m.
2:33 p.m.
1:40 a.m.

2:30 a.m.
1:05 p.m.
4:23 p.m.

Have vou a house to
rent, or do you want
to rent a house?
Have you something to
sell, cr do you wish to
buy a house, a lot, a
horse or a buggy?
Are you looking for
employment, or do you
need the services of
some one who is?
If so, you should pat patronize
ronize patronize the STAR'S un unclassified
classified unclassified column it'll
do the work.

Governor Jennings of Elorida. is re recruiting
cruiting recruiting Japanese orchardists to
raise fruits in competition with Cal California
ifornia California products."
Since the international row over
the California alien land law it has
become pretty generally known why
the legislature of California passed
the law which prohibits Japanese
people from owning land in that
state. It is claimed that the white

ruin r-nntftTiiiilitintr w-fill nanAr-'

ting at his desk Tuesday evening. . , . I 'Ie limited leaves Jacksonville at

f r, i,ra-t!,!ls' painting or haiomimng oi 11:30 a. m. and arrives in Tampa at 6

p. m. it leaves lampa at l p.

i Mr. Markert was one ot

I merchants of this county, being the

first man to erect a brick business
house in this county, at Wildwood
several years ago. He was a leading
member of the Baptist church and a
man highly esteemed by all who
knew him.- Bushnell Times.

Mr. Jennings, emphatically, '"and I

shall not be connected with politics j nlen in California control little more
in any way in, the immediate future." j than the cities and that life for a
" j Caucasian is not worth the living in
The Sumter County Times an-ithe valleys which are infested by the
nonuces that it is thirty-two years! Japs. The little yellow men under-

old,
like

but it looks to the Star more
it is thirty-two years young.

It" a man like Sewaringen had been
ma.. or of Jacksonville during the
street car strike, the state would
have been saved the ridiculous spec-

sell the whites and "freeeze" them
out. It is understood that the land
owned by W. S. Jennings which he
hopes to dispose of is in Clay county
between Green Cove Springs and
Middleburg. Pensacola News.
The Star hopes ex-Governor Jen-

Mr. Douglass of Ocala,
finest old men you ever
this olfice a pleasant call

the road selling

tal River News.
Takes a fine man
stones.

one of the
met. made
He is on

tombstones. Cryp

to sell tomb-

Senator Fletcher will soon begin
his campaign in Elorida for renom renom-ination
ination renom-ination and we wish him success.
Senator Fletcher certainly has made
a good record and is deserving of re reelection.
election. reelection. Crystal River News.

should see the beautiful, new, sani-' D. m. It leaves Tampa at 1 p. m. and

tarv. permanent, washable finish of j arrives in Jacksonville at 7:30 p. m. It
two rooms in the Ocala Xational J"j'y ACretK J'
Dade City, W'ldwood, Ocala, Starke
Bank. Those who have seen it con- j and Waldo
sider it superior to anything ever of-I ATLANTIC COAST LINE
fered in this territory and prices are i outhbounti jai. sod st. Petembarg
very reasonable. For information j Arrive Leave

f-13-tf o. a iu:6o p.m. ju:d p.m.
" no. 33 2:40 p.m. 2:42 p.m.

Southbound -Ocala and Lakeland
No. 35 (Sunnyjim) 6:40 a.m.

ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodge Xo. 22, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meet3 every
Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock in
Yonge's Hall, Fort King avenue. Vis Visitors
itors Visitors in the city invited to be with as.
G. L. Taylor, X. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary. Adv.

see Mclver & MacKay.

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS

Ocala Loage Xo. 19. Conventions

Northbound J ax.

held every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at-o

Castle Hall, over the Jam?s Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. D. "W. Tompkins, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. R. S. Ad

OPEN DAY AND 5IGIIT

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

and St. Peternburg

Arrive Leave
10 5:19 a.m 5:20 a.nx

No. 40 12:54 p.m. 1:14 p.m.
Northbound Lakeland and Ocala
No. 32 (Sunnyjim) Arrive 9:50 p.m.
Ocala and Homoana
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.

Ribbons, feathers and all kinds of
hat trimmings at Klein's. 10-1 tf

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY'
CITY' OF OCALA
Mayor J. D. Robertson.
Recorder L. T. Izlar.
Assistant Recorder Joseph Bell Bell-Council
Council Bell-Council B. A. Weathers, presv
dent: J. H. Taylor, president pro
tern; E. C. Bennett, Baxter Carn, J.
W. Hood, E. T. Helvenston, G. A.
Carmichael, F. G. B. Weihe, C. M.
Livingston.
City Attorney C. L. Sistrunk.
City Clerk H. C. Sistrunk.
Treasurer and Tax Collector W.
WT. Clyatt.
City Engineer J. R. Moorhead.
Superintendent Light Plant J. C.
Caldwell.
Superintendent Water Works J.
A. Campbell.
Marshal A. J. Brigance.
Fire Chief H. S. Chambers.
Sanitary Inspector G. W. Cleve Cleveland.
land. Cleveland. Street Commissioner R obert
Marsh.

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THE OCA LA EVEMXU STAR, SATl'IlDAY, OCTOBKK 4, 1913

HOLD!

ALFALFA ON EVERY FARM

Plan to Unite All Interests in Nation-Wide Campaign
for the General Growing of Alfalfa.

Extension Department to Aid Any Community Interested in Con Conducting
ducting Conducting Campaign to Encourage the Growing of Alfalfa
No More Difficult to Grow Than Clover and
Gives Double the Yield.

Alfalfa Automobile Trains Important Feature of the Work Schedules to Be
Arranged and Meetings to Be Held at Farm Homes Prominent Speakers
to Accompany Each Alfalfa Train Alfalfa Organizations Will Be Formed
In Each Community to Promote the Work Field Men Experienced In
Alfalfa Growing Will Follow Up Preliminary Work Wherever Possible
and Give Aid in Getting a Start Prof. P. G. Holden, Director Extension
Department, International Harvester Company, Chicago, Will Direct the
Work.

The campaign will be conducted in co-operation with farmers' institutes,
bankers, business men, farmers, commercial clubs, granges, live stock and
dairy associations and other organizations in any community where the peo people
ple people are anxious to improve their agricultural conditions and are willing to
give time and money to carry on the work.
County and city superintendents of schools, colleges, institute workers,
Chautauqua lecturers, and others interested in the work will be assisted in
obtaining alfalfa charts and lantern slides. Alfalfa literature and booklets
will be given wide distribution throughout the country. Special alfalfa arti articles
cles articles will be sent to farm journals and magazines, and plate and matrix pages
to newspapers. Alfalfa editions of newspapers will be published where cam campaigns
paigns campaigns are conducted. Dates will be arranged for "Alfalfa Day" in the
schools.
To Begin Campaign Work in East, West and South.
Work to be started immediately in the cotton belt states and in the
east and west. Thirty to forty meetings will be held in each county, the num number
ber number depending on local conditions.
To accomplish the most in agricultural development, we must begin
with the man behind the crop. Upon him depends the final working out of
the principles of agriculture the simple and practical things which our
schools, colleges and experiment stations are endeavoring to bring into gen general
eral general use.
Professor Ilolden proposes to carry these principles further even than
the very effective work done on the agricultural trains, by using that most
modern vehicle the automobile going directly to the people on their own
farms where the meetings are to be held.
Alfalfa Greatest Soil-Enriching Crop.
Agricultural development needs in addition to the work of our public
Institutions, the individual efforts of every merchant, banker, corporation, or
laboring man. and this plan calls for their heartiest co-cpf ration.
This plan for increasing the yields of our crops by the more extensive
growing of that wonderful soil improver, ALFALFA, is meeting the approval
of all men who have any knowledge of the beneficial results of its introduc introduction
tion introduction as a general crop.
Campaigns are now being conducted in many of the central western
states, and Professor Holden is daily answering requests for his assistance in
organizing other localities, and invites cordial co-operation with every com
munity interested.
Where campaigns are contemplated it is required, first, that a request be
made to the Agricultural Extension Department for assistance in carrying on
the campaign.
What the local people will provide:
(1) Expenses (meals and lodging) for the alfalfa speakers and staff
upon their arrival and during the campaign.
(2) From ten to twenty automobiles for each day of the campaign to
carry the alfalfa crew and invited guests; one auto truck to carry literature,
baggage, charts, and other equipment.
(3) Arrange for meeting places and publish schedule of sanje.
(4) Local advertising.
(5) Photographer, if possible.
The Agricultural Extension Department will provide:
(1) Advance men to assist in organization work.
(2) Lecturers.
(3) Literature.
(4) Special educational articles for newspapers and farm journals perti pertinent
nent pertinent to alfalfa culture, object of campaign, etc.
(5) Field men to follow up the preliminary work and aid the people in
any community where sufficient interest is shown to warrant it.

Atlantii- ('at I. in' Six-rial Hate to
Marion County Fair
On Nov. r.". to 2n. the Atlanti
Coa.-r Line will e!l round trip ti:k ti:k-to
to ti:k-to Ocala a.- rate.- quoted below:
Archer
Al'ui.n.i l.'j."
Alachua 1.''
Board man s
Brooksville l.
EranforJ
Crooni
Center Hill 1.7
Candler 6."i
Citronelle l.-'J"
Crystal 1.30
Citra SO
Dunnellon 1.0."
Dade City 2.0."
Edgar 1.70
Evinston 90
Eustis l.oO
Floral City 1.S0

Tremendous Force Exerted at
the Cottom of the Sea.

Fort White
Gainesville
Grand Island
Hague
Hernando .
Hawthorne
Homoassa
High Springs
Holder ....
Inverness .
Interlachen
Juliette . .
Kendrick .
Lib son
Leeslmrg .
Lady Lake
Lowell
Lake- City .
Montbrook
.Martin ....
Mcintosh .
Mc-Alpine .
.Mar; el
' ri.- t on .
Mi. Dora .
M i canopy .
Xe wherry .
Orange Lake
Okahuniiika
Oklawaha .
O'Brien
I'alatka .

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1.13
1.73
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Alcin tiie Plumber
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.

Pine .Mount 3:;i
Reddick '3
B::r-lie!h- 1.2o
San ford 2.7
Sorrcnr;) 2.20
Tavare l."0
Trilby 2.o3
Fmatilla 1.S0
Weirsdale
Web.ster l.3
VVilliston 1.3()
Bet urn Limit: November 2'.'th.
(up to and including this date.
Fare for Children: Tickets for
the transportation of children five
years of age and under twelve, may
be sold at one-half the above fares,
sufficient to be added to make total
fare end in naught or five. Each
coupon of each such ticket to be
plainly marked, stamped or punched
"Vs." E. -M. NORTH.
Asst. Gen. Passenger Agent.
T. C. WHITE.
Gen. Passenger Agent.
11! STANCE MAKES NO
DIFFEBEXCE IX DELIVERY

' However far away you live, phone
our orders to us because our deliv-

I ery service is speedy and prompt, j

j You can get all your drug store

goods quickly and easily. Our big
stock assures" you of receiving what
you ask for. That's why it is not
even necessary for u to practice
substitution. Besides, we don't be believe
lieve believe in it and never do it. Phone
your order to get what you want
quickly. Our number is 2S4. The
Court Pharmacy. l-2G-tf

R. C. MUNCASTER

FIRE

LIFE

ACCIDENT

HEALTH

PLATE GLASS
BURGLARY. EMPLOYEES LIABILITY

Ocala House Block

Phone 420

OUTGOING MAILS CLOSF-

j A. C. L. NORTH 3:05 a. m.;
i 12:43 p. m. SOUTH 6:10 a. m.;
2:10 p. m.; 2:20 p. m.; 9 p. m."
S. A. L. NORTH 12:50 p. m.;

4:10 p. m.; 9 p. ra.. SOUTH 12:50
p m.; 9 p. m.
STAR ROUTES Blitchton and
Calvary 2 p. m.

MA X I'SCIIII'T COVERS

MOTEL CHURCHILL
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From ordinary -onsidr:itions h
would sHMi th.it ttu-re is no limit to
the depths to whu-h n diver or a sul sul-marine
marine sul-marine to:it might po. Suh. how however,
ever, however, is not the -nse What prevents
diving to great depths is the enormous
ly increasing pressure of water No
diver without a suit can go over l.V
feet, because the pressure on the body
Is then about f!ve tons to the square
foot on his body Kardrums would be
stnvi-d in. and other fearful uitlieulties
would result.
To remedy tfiis the diving suit was
invented, but there is a limit also to
its depth. At a depth of one mile the
pressure due to the Avater alone is 1 C"
tons to the square foot. Even if a div divine:
ine: divine: suit was levisel to withstand this
enormous pressure trouble would be
found in set tins a pipe line that long
and withstanding the pressure tint
would not break of its own weight.
In the rase of a submarine bo-it it
is slightly different Here only the
'trenirth of the bont is the necessary
thing P.ut to !o stronir the walls have
to lie thickened, and this adds to the
weight, consequently adding to the
load to be pulled through the water,
and so at last the limit of the engine
propollirm the boat i reached If a
larger engine is procured it itself
wei jhs mote, larger quarters are need
ed for it. etc. So there is a well de
fined limit to a marine !nt's diving
Let U t;(!e the extreme depth of tile
-oa o far found, that of five miles, and
find the pressure to the square foot on
the bottom As water is comparative comparatively
ly comparatively iif-ompress'liie. a cubic foot of it
weighs practically the same !i the
surface as at the bottom of the sea
In the ca--e of fresh water this is sixty sixty-two
two sixty-two and a half pounds. Salt water
weighs slightly more. So all one ha
to do to Jind the pressure due to the
water at any depth is to multiply the
deptli in feet by sixty-two and a half,
and the answer is apparent :t on-e in
I or:ids.
At a deptli of tive miles, the numbei
of feet 11011):: "'i'..-bM. we have t!i;it ntini
her of cubic l'eet to multiply by sixty
two and :) half. The answer is 1. ",."(.
oih pounds. r S'27i tons, to the septate
foot pressure. No known hollow ves
sel ean withstand this.
While on the subject of increasing
water pressure a number of interesting
observations ran lie made in cornier
tion with air ompressil.ility Air is
very compressible, the volume decreas decreasing;
ing; decreasing; as the pressure increases. If a bot bottle
tle bottle is tightly rorked it will contain air
at ordinary pressure of fifteen pounds
to the square inch, and that is the
pressure it exerts. Then tie a weight
to the bottle and let it down in the sea
by means of a string. On bringing it
to the top again it will be found that
the stopper lias been forced into the
bottle by the water pressure. If the
bottle is tilled with water and stop
pered and let down no such thing takes
p!a-.-e. showing that water is not com
pressible to any great extent.
If by any means some air could be
placed at the bottom of a sea live miles
deep it would not rise to the top. for it
would be denser that is. would weigh
more to the nibir foot than water
and the water would have to float on
the air; heme no man knows if the
bottom of our seas is wet or not.
There is only one filing that would
prevent the air from becoming this
dense, and that is if it was cold enough
it would liquefy. However, it is al
mot impossible is. in fact, impossible
-for anything at the bottom of tlif sea
to be colder than 4 degrees C.. for if it
got colder the water around it would
become colder and larger and ne
quently lighter and rie. and its place
would be taken by 4 degree water,
which would bring the object to that
temperature. So we have no argument
against the suggestion, for the temper
ature at or below which air liquefies is
between 100 and 'oo degrees below
zero C
Some people seem to think that a
stone thrown into the sea ran sink
only to a rertain depth and is there
held suspended on account of the pres
sure of water. A body immersed iu
fluid is buoyed up only by the weight
of the fluid displaced. We have found
that water is practically inconipivss
ible. so if the stone displaces a cubic
foot of water that water weighs the
same, or practiealy so. at the top or
at the bottom of the sea. So the stone
would be buoyed up only by that con
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the forces would be always downward, i
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and displacing less and le water and
being buoyed up less and less until at
last a place is reached where the air
weighs more volume for volume than
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THE OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1913

OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
(If you have any items for this department call phone luO)

!
Philathea I a liquet
The annex of the Baptist church
I
was the scene last evening of a beau-
tifully appointed banquet given by i
the Philathea class to commemorate!
the twenty-third anniversary of the
Philathea organization and in honor
of the class" newly elected officers.
Three churches in the rirv have
Philathea classes, but the Baptist is
thP nnlv nnp with a rhnrror nnH th'
members are justly proud of their
active work. It boasts of a mem
bership of fifty and more and is di divided
vided divided into four divisions each divis division
ion division haing a captain, who like the
officers, are elected annually. The
colors, purple, green, pink and yel yellow
low yellow are used by the captains to
designate their co-workers.
In decorating the banquet table,
which was made to form a Maltese
cross, exquisite taste was displayed.
From the overhead chandelier, grace gracefully
fully gracefully festooned with asparagus fern,
extended a fern twined streamer to
each end of the table, the streamer
by its color marking the color note
of the minor details and the sections'
for the captains and their company.
The table was centered with a tall
vase of white paper chrysanthemums
and each section held a similar vase,
filled wish chrysanthemums of its
color. Burning candles and cut glass
bon-bon dishes were also on the
table. Covers were laid for forty
and the place cards bore rhe Phila Philathea
thea Philathea emblem, hand-painted.
The delightful menu included
grapefruit. with cherries, chicken
salad, sandwiches. wafers. olies.
celery, ice tea. parfait cake, coffee
and candies. The parfait was served
in rami kins sunk in chrysanthe chrysanthemums,
mums, chrysanthemums, and the cakes were iced in
the four colors.

The retiring officers are: Presi-jwas a beautiful opal ring, the opal
dent, Miss Winnie Hunt; vice presi-: w-ing her birtltone, given her In Indent,
dent, Indent, Miss Mary Landers; secretary, her sister, Mrs. Peek. Those enjoy--Miss
Kebe.-ta Counts; treasurer. Miss jug tne pleasant evening were Misses
Alice Carlisle, and the new ones are, j File, Stripling. Lillian Smith. Cath Cath-respectively,
respectively, Cath-respectively, Misses Louise Booe. J erine Strunk, Agnes Burford, Louise
Ruth Boney. Jessie Woods and Min-jKentz. Theo Beckham. Irene Tomp Tomp-nie
nie Tomp-nie Lew is. The four new captains j kins. Anna Jones. Avalee Edwards,
are Mrs. William Charles. Mrs. E. j Xettie Camp. Sidney Perry. Kit l)a-

P. Martin and Misses
Winnie Hunt!
and Ruth Boney.
Seated at the table were Mr. and
Mrs. W. A. Goin, the latter being the
beloved teacher of the class. Dr. and
Mrs. Van Hood, Mr. and Mrs. W. T.
Gary, Mrs. S. A. Standley, Rev. and
Mrs. Bunyan Stephens, Mr. George
Hyman, who until recently was state
presiednt of the B. Y. P. I'., but is
now located in Sanford, pastor of the
Baptist church, the officers and the
members of the class.
Rev. Stephens was toast master
for the evening and frequently em
phasized the Philathea motto:
"Young Women that Work for
Young Women." Miss Marguerite
Porter, who was a delegate to the
national Philathea convention in
Nashville, Tenn.. spoke concisely and j
fluently on the subject. "The Nation National
al National Organization." Mrs. Goin toast toasted
ed toasted the retiring president and Miss
Mary Gates the incoming president.
The subject, "The Philathea Girl
of the Past, Present and Future,"
was in three parts, the first respond responded
ed responded to by Miss Booe and the latter by
Miss Lottie McKenzie, who is an ex excellent
cellent excellent speaker. The one who was
to toast the girl of the present did
not respond, so Rev. Stephens clev-
erly and wisely added,
for themselves."
"they speak
Mr. Hyman made a splendid talk
and Mr. Gary spoke interestingly of
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THE GIRL AND THE JFDGE
( Selig drama. )
TAMING A TENDERFOOT
(Selig western comedy
ARRIETT S BABY
( Vitagraph drama
IF WE ONLY KNEW
( Kalem drama )
6:30 to 10 p. m.
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In Honor of li-s Itayor
We clip the following from the
Allendale. S. C, Herald:
One of the most delightful card
parties of the early fall season was
given on Tuesday afternoon by Mrs. J
c- M- Hiers to honor -Ali Victoria
Raysor of Ocala, Fla.. who is the
guest of Mrs-
H. C. Raysor.
L'pon entering the rooms a scene
of loveliness greeted the guests,
many ferns and early autumn flowers
being used to make the house beau beautiful.
tiful. beautiful. Tables were arranged for auction
bridge and tim slipped quickly by
until the end of the games-, when it
was found that Miss Raysor held
highest score, but as she was pre presented
sented presented with a lovely silver jewelry
box. as guest of honor, she refused
first prize, which fell to Mrs. Clark Clark-son,
son, Clark-son, who held next highest score.
Mrs. W. D. Gray holding lowest was
given a miniature jewelry box.
After the prizes had been award-
I ed a salad course was greatlv enjov-
ed by all present.
Birthday Party for MNs llohlis
Last evening Miss Beulah Hobbs
was tendered a party at the home of
her sister. Mrs. E. G. Peek on Okla Okla-waha
waha Okla-waha avenue, in honor of her, four fourteenth
teenth fourteenth birthday. Fourteen of her
friends were invited to enjoy the oc occasion.
casion. occasion. After a few games were
played all wt-nt to the Temple The Theater
ater Theater where seats had been reserved,
and enjoyed the picture program.
After- the pictures the party was in invited
vited invited to go to the Court Pharmacy,
where ice cream and cake was serv served.
ed. served. Miss Beulah received a great
t many pretty presents, among which
vis. Nellie Liddon and Louise Snen-
cer. chaperoned by Dr. and Mrs.
Peek, Dr. and Mrs. Watt, Dr. and
Mrs. W. K. Lane and Mrs. J. C. Cald Caldwell.
well. Caldwell. Mr. C. E. Connor and daughter.
Miss Mary, went to their home at
North Lake Weir last night to spend
Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Schreiber and
Miss Dorothy Schreiber motored to
Orlando today for the week end. go going
ing going especially to see Mrs. Campbell
. j Gray, who is a guest at the home of
her father-in-law. Bishop Wm. C.
Gray.
Miss Meta Jewett. after an ab absence
sence absence of three months delightfully
spent in Tennessee, Georgia and
Florida, has returned home, bring
ing with her her little niece. Miss
Margaret Jewett for a visit.
Mrs. Mamie Howse-Stovall and son
Mr. Wallace Stovall. who came up
from Tampa today, left on the aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon limited for Jacksonville,
trom whence they sail for New York
tomorrow aboard the Lenape.
The little bird which always fol follows
lows follows the wake of Cupid's arrows, is
twittering here and there the news
that cne of our loveliest society
girls will soon become the bride of a
prominent business man who does
nor reside in Ocala.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gerig are hav having
ing having a sleeping porch and two rooms
addeJ to their attracthe home on S
South Third street.
Mrs. Louis Wilson was the attract attractive
ive attractive guest at Mrs. Clifford Ayer's
party yesterday instead of Mrs. L. M.
Gibson.
Mrs. William Hocker and three
lovely j.ong daughters are expected
home tomorrow from Kentucky.
where they have spent the
with relatives.
su mmer
"-i!rs. Daniel Pickron and Miss Bet Bet-tie
tie Bet-tie Clements' arrived today from
Lake Weir and are guests of Mrs. D.
E. Mclver for a few days en route to
their home in Pelham. X. C.
AiTss"F3Tali' Pearl Martin leaves to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow for Atlanta to resume hor
I college course at Washington Se:ui-
nary.
Rev. J. K. Glass, who is secretary
of the Episcopal general convention
which meets in New York this
month, left for there today. On ae
count of the large amount of work
connected with his office. Rev. Glass

! will not be able to return to Grace

church until the first of November, j
Mrs. Glass and two daughters and j
1 .Mrs. Glass, hr., are now occupying
! the rectorv. i
Mr. Hobinon to Ih Hote- at
Auction
Wednesday at 3 o'clock Mrs. Em-j
mett Robinson will entertain de-
lightfully at auction, her guests in-!
eluding her young girl friends.
Mrs. G. T. Bailey and children. ;
after a pleasant visit to Mr. and Mrs.
Clarence Bailey, left today for their
home in St. Petersburg.
Mrs. and Mrs. G. B. Tankersley,
of Coleman, were in town today, on
their way home from a pleasant out outing
ing outing at Crystal River.
AT THE CHI RCHKS TOMORROW i
Methodist
(Rev. Jno. B. Ley, Pastor)
Sunday school 9: 30 a. m.
Preaching at 11 a. m. by the pas pastor.
tor. pastor. Subject, "Zaccheus, a Character
Type."
At 3:30 p. m. Senior League devo devotional
tional devotional meeting.
Evening service at 7:30 p. m.
Sermon ljy the pastor.
Appropriate music at each service
and a cordial welcome.
Presbs'terian
(Pastor. Rev. W. H. Dodge. D
D.)
'J:4." a. m. Sunday school.
1 1 a. m. Sermon.
Cc mniunion service.
3 p. m. Junior Missionary So Society.
ciety. Society. 7:3o it. m.--Sermon.
Subject. ""A Secure Hiding Place."'
A cordial invitation extended to
the public to attend these services.
Every one will be welcome.
Baptist
(Rev. Banyan Stephens, Pastor)
It: 30 a. m. Sunday school.
1 1 a. m. Preaching.
3:3'J p. m. Junior union.
r.:3 p. m. B. Y. P. I.
7:30 p. m. Evening service.
Christian
II. Coleman, Minister)
m. Sunday school.
(W.
10 a.
1 1 a. m.
-Sermonette, "Test of
Religion."
7:3t i. m. Sermon. "Test of Re Religion."
ligion." Religion." Everybody welcome.
limior C. I-'. Program
, "Fruit Bearing Endeavor
Topic
ers.
Text, Gal. 5:22.
Virginia Beckham, leader.
Song.
Prayer.
Lesson read by leader.
Lesson story, "Fruits and how to
get them" Bob Chace.
Memory verses. Gal. ":22-2.'J.
General discussion.
Mission study. '"The Country and
Its People" James Clilmore.
Sentence prayers.
Roll call and collection of dues.
Song.
M izpah.
1 1 -1 )-1 A T I : P I : A I T V
PAIlLOK FOR OCALA
Miss Mary Affleck has added a
beauty parlor to her place of busi business
ness business in her millinery establishment.
Miss Xell Landeth will arrive in the
citv tomorrow from Atlanta and will;
have charge of the parlor. Miss
Landeth is an experienced hair
dresser and will also do shampooing ;
and manicuring and will give mas-j
sage and electric treatments; in fact. I
Miss Landeth is a hnished artist in
all lines of a "beauty specialist."
This line of work is something new
for Ocala and Miss Affleck is to be
commended for her enterprise.
(JET NEW ACTOMOIlILi; TAGS
Your 1914 automobile license is
now due.
Call on the tax collector and get a
brand new license, a brand new tax
and a brand new number. The rate
remains the same for private use
but not for hire.
Please give this matter your early
attention. Yours very truly.
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W. L. Colbert.
Tax Collector.
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If a man is obliging he is apt to
be popular because he can be impos impos-el
el impos-el upon.
You can't ring the gon? of
cess by pushing; a button in a
house.
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ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
! Ocala Chapter. No. 29. O. E. S..
r.ieets at Yonge's hall the first Fri-
j day evening at 7:3( o'clock and the
, third Fridav afternoon at 3:30. of
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j Mrs. Emma C. Burnett. W. M
j Miss Florrie Condon. Secretary.

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Teacher of Voice Culture
Residence 701 Earl street; phone
412. Fall term begins Sept. 29,
1013. Pupils may enroll at any
time.
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All the late shapes and shades in
men's fall hats are just in at Water Waterman's.
man's. Waterman's. Get yours now. 9-22-tf
PIANO TCNINO
I have a guaranteed piano tuner
for a few days. Those wanting his
services leave orders at my store at
once. A. M. Lansford. 9-30-5t
They are worth looking at even if
you don't buy those 'nobby Hawes
and John B. Stetson hats at Water Waterman's
man's Waterman's haberdashery. 9-22-tf
Fresh oysters daijy, "any style."
Merchant's Cafe. J. II. Dewey. 10-3-Gt
J. E. CHACE
Dental Surgeon
Rooms 9, 10, 11. Holder Block
Phone 250
OCALA. FLORIDA
Terms: Cash.
L. F. DLALOCK
Dental Surgeon
Office Over Commercial Bank
Phone 211
OCALA. FLORIDA
M. C. IZLAR
Dental Surgeon
Office Law Library Building
Phone 444
OCALA, FLORIDA
JOSEPH BELL
Attorney at Law
Office Second Floor Munroe
Chambliss Bank Building
OCALA, FLORIDA
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j THEATRICAL SEASON
AT THE TEMPLE
i Manager Bennett has secured the
(following plays for the coming sea seamen:
men: seamen: November
17 and IS. Edison Talking Pic Pic-i
i Pic-i tures.
24th. "Bought and Paid For."
! 2 7. Local talent, benefit hospital.
I 2Sth. Bert Leigh in "The Little
' Millionaire."
i 30th. Coburn's Minstrels.
December
Sth.
13th.
1 0th.
22nJ.
2 3 rd.
2 4 th.
The Barber of Seville."
"The Leopard Spots."
Xiel O'Brien Minstrels.
"QuoVadis.
"Quo Vadis."
"Quo Vcdis."
January
Divorce Question.
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17th. Polly of the Circus."
2.j. Lecture.
, 2 6th. The Smart Set.
I 27th. The Si-ring Maid."
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I 23rd. Evan's Honey Boy
' strels.
! March
4th to 13th. Chautauqua,
j 16th. "The Rose Maid."
I 19th Paul Gilmore.
Min-
LOYAL ORDER OF .MOOSE
I The Ocala Lodge No. 699, Loyal
; Order of Moose, meets each Thursday
; evening at 8 o'clock in the Moose
i building. Visiting brothers are in in-'vited
'vited in-'vited to attend our meetings.
Geo. F. Mershon, Dictator.
E. L. Stapp. Secretary.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19. F. &
A. M. meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
C. E. Simmons, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
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Should Have
White Rose Delicacies
On hand for use in case of emergen emergencies.
cies. emergencies. 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
unequaled service and superior
goods.
Smith Grocery Co.
PHONE 4:? 4
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Do You Wear
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If you do they should always
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Pressing and cleaning is our
business. Call phone twenty twenty-one.
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Comfort Lodge

The rest room which the Ocali merchants maintain for the use
of our out of town visitors who are in the city for a few hours
with nothing to do is located on the corner of Fort King avenue
ard South Main street, opposite the Theu-Zachry furniture
store. The ladies especially will find Comfort Lcnlge a convenient
place to rest during the day's shopping. The conveniences we are
able to offer at Comfort Lode are free and you are invited to
take advantage of them,
JUNIOR CIVIC LEAGUE.

Where Women Run Cars.
The suggestion that women may be
employed as street car conductors in
Philadelphia has brought cut the fact
that the women of Latin America,
usually thought of as sheltered, retir retiring
ing retiring and unprogressive. have been do doing
ing doing this kind of work for years. Dur During
ing During the war between Chili and Peru,
when all the men of Chili were need needed
ed needed at the front, women took their
places on the street cars, and San Santiago,
tiago, Santiago, Valparaiso and several other
cities have had women condrctora
ever since.
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Estimates on any kind
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Assistant Cashier
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return
Tickets on sale Oct. llthj
NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION
Notice is hereby given that a spe special
cial special election is hereby called for the
purpose of electing a councilman
from ward two, city of Ocala, to fill
the unexpired term of Dr. J.. W.
Hood, resigned. Said election will
be held at the city hall on the 7th
day of October, A. D. 1913.
I herby appoint Frank Harris, Jr.,
H. H. Whetstone and Chas. H. Math Mathews
ews Mathews as inspectors, and E. E. Robia Robia-son
son Robia-son as clerk of said election.
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. 1913. J. D. Robertson.
Attest: Mayor.
II. C Sistrunk. City Clerk.
History of the Lemon.
The lemon has a clear history. Un Unknown
known Unknown to the Greeks and Romans, it
was introduced into Spain by the
Arabs in the twelfth century, and in
1494 was being cultivated in the Azores
and shipped in large quantities to
northern Europe.

rap

RATES!

Line

Co., '"""""

i V.iAT IS NO GOOD AT ALL."
i
1 What it Meant When Used by the
i Italian Postal Official.
I "A post office order was awaiting me
! in tlie ;stollice of a small Italian vil
j lage." writes a correspondent of tlie
j Cologne Gazette. "I could see the
; pieasaiu lime oocumeni iymg on uu-i
; counter, so 1 gave ui name and asked I
! for the monev. i
j -Tlie ulhrial. however, remarked thn. i
i i
that wouldn't do. Ah; thought 1. Mi.
wants some proof of identity." so i
rummaged among my papers and fetch
ed out my military service paper.
'"That i no good at all." said the
i.i'fi' ial. 'because' Rut : f t t I'm- M e
aue' lit- stir, k Tile Wo,d refused !.
come out. and he merely assigned an
icy official demeanor. 'All.' thought I.
'he can't rend the Iernian of my serv
ice paper." so 1 went awa and dragged
in my innkeeper, and he swore witn a
mighty oath that I was so and so.
"That is no good at a!!.' was a.!! to
man behind the o'tntci u h
ate.i.
though lie said it ui;h a smile. So I
hwiricd back to the inn and fetcln 1
further proofs ()f my identity -a pass
port, an authenticated copy ot a certili
c.-.te of nationality and finally even a
letter from an Italian relative. Surely
the postoi!i-. e man woiiid be able to
read them.
"'That is no good at all." he sail
with another of his pleasant mi!es
alter he had read them, addin
that i
he was very, very sorry. Naturally
got angry at this and abused him
i
well as a limited acquaintance withL
foreign terms of abuse would permit.
"'That i no go.., at all. he said
"'ilh -'t not her of his smiles, as be rat
tied the shutter across the pigeon hole
Next morning I returned to the charge
only to see the shutter t'.y across again
The day after the same thing hap
pened But on the third day 1 brought
the burgomaster with me. I came pre
pared to have it out with the Italian
postotlice. What was my astonishment
when I saw the clerk waiting for ni
behind the open shutter, with a hand
fill of small coins, which he counted!
out to me. winding up with a fascinat
ing smile as he said. "Don't you see.
yesterday and the day before I hadn't
enough monev '
MYSTERY OF LEPROSY.
And the Treatment Its Victims
Re
ceived In the Middle Ages.
Why leprosy occurs in certain place
and not in others is one of the m.vs
teries of medicine. In the early centu
ries of the Christian era it spread ail
over Europe. Every city Lad it lepes
house For no cause that any one can
assign it began to disappear early in
t!ie sixteenth cntury. and Europe soon
numbered its empty lazarettos bv thou
sands. Climate has no inl'ueiice on
the disease, for when it left the most
of Europe it persisted in Norway. I e
!and. Spain and the islands of tile Med
iterranean In Asia it is to be found
from India to Siberia, and no part ot
Africa is free from it
That leprosy can be planted in new
territory is show n most pointedly in
the tenable experience of Hawaii,
which was free from the disease until
about ls-. when the Chinese brought
it there. Now Molokai is a name to
make men shudder
In the middle ages it was the cus custom
tom custom to consider a man dead whenever
be was found fo have lepros His
heirs divided hi property, a funeral
servi- e was sai l tor hint and a shovel
fu; of eirtn thrown after him as he
walked to his living grave in the leper
house. The world i kinder now. but
know- no treatment for this s.-o-n
which is much more elective. St. Lou
is Republic.
A Fair Jury.
In a suit some years ago between
father and son before uu Indiana
justice of the peace the sextet compris comprising
ing comprising the jury came in after three hours
deliberation with the following im-!
partial verdict: "We. the jury, agree
to find judgment for neither plaintiff
nor defendant and find that each pay
half the costs."' It is said the verdict
i struck every one as being so unusually
fair that even the parties to the action
were satisfied. Case and Comment
.
The Hart. Schaffner & Marx read v.'
:chaffner & Marx readv
to wear clothing need no introduc introduction
tion introduction in Ocala. Waterman is exclus exclusive
ive exclusive agent for this superior line. l-22
K. of P. meet Monday evening.

LfiND OF fr

1IRAGES

Death Valley and Its Treacherous j pi evident WiNon Signed the I'nder I'nder-Lures
Lures I'nder-Lures of Beauty. i vood Ta,ff i" t

WORK OF A GOOD SAMARITAN.
Beck, the Prospector, Who Has Made
the Desert Bloom With Guideposts
; Pointing the Way to Water and
Saved Many Men From Death.
j In the American Magazine is an arti arti-I
I arti-I cle about Lew Wcsteott Peck, who is
; known as the "good Samaritan of
! Death valley." He and his dog. Ru Ru-j
j Ru-j fus. have saved many prospectors from
! a horrible death by making the desert
J hlussoni with guideposts showing the
j way to water. The following is an ex-
; tract from the article:
"Time was when Peek was a plain
prospector in the Cripple Creek coun country.
try. country. He was in on the diggings at
Leadville. and he panned around in
Montana awhile. Likewise he rushed
into the Pig Horn at the time of the
mineral strike there, but he never
struck a lead that made him rich.
"Eventually he drifted down through
Nevada and into Death valley, chasing
rainbows. Wild rumors about 'Death
Valley" Scotty's big rind in that section
eleetritied the country, and scores of
prospectors rushed into the desert, ex expecting
pecting expecting to make their fortune in a few
uiys. iecK was among tuose pres pres-i
i pres-i 'iir
'There were several in "Peek's party.
Thev hiked tnanv miles through the
,ilil':1'-t' 5ll,lil1- ""thing worth
....l . i
" lu"' :u"1 "..rijin- consiamn iesi
they exhaust their supply ot water.
For two days they sought water holes,
and when out of water they went for
hours with tongues swollen and lips
pa relied from want of moisture. Then
when death seemed inevitable they
suddenly discovered a .tiny stream
trickling our of a canyon at the base
of the Panamint mountains.
t "" tien Leek returned to civilization
he was a changed man. He had seen
sands that were strewn with skulls,
and that sight had put a big idea Into
his bead.
"Came spring, and Beck made an another
other another trip through Death valley. At
his side was a Newfoundland dog.
The prospecto, carried a bundle of tin
strips. They were signboards to guide
the wanderers' steps aright.
"Each summer since then the pros
pector and his dog have made a jour journey
ney journey to the land of the purple mist, pil piling
ing piling up rocks and attaching igns to
them, scan hing for lost travelers and
in-identaHy keeping a lookout for a
piece of precious metal. Once or tw iee
Rufus has led his master to prospectors
who. after long suffering from thirst,
had fallen upon the burning sands to
die.
"In signhoarding the desert Beck has
saved a number of thirst mad rain rainbow
bow rainbow chasers and has also in remote
districts stumbled upon the bleaching
bones of dead men who may have
found fortunes in the silver sulphuret
district, but who did not live to tell
the world about it. At one time he as assisted
sisted assisted at the burial of four men who
.ti.wl .,f ihi-vf n-itliin ti. titn of .i
prmg.

"The country that Bek traverses isjbladder troubles in children. If not ,,ly u- U- Whitworth. 9-25-tf
the most arid se -tiou of the American Isold hy your druggist, will be sent
.-entinent-a dreary stretch of bun j bv mail on receipt of $1 Qne small I FOR SALE OR KENT A seven seven-dtvds
dtvds seven-dtvds of miles of desert, dotted hereib tt, t months" treatment, and'room- fo-tsory residence, with bath
l.t. 1.1 f 1 .fit

and there with foothills. butt
'
reek beds, i haparral. prickly pear and
;iucIm'!'!i. Springs are miles upon
u.ilcs apart Mot of them are bitterly
alkali, and some are poison

"On an ordinary summer afternoon!
the thermometer runs up to about KM SCBSTA XTI A I, COLORE!
degrees in the shade out in Death val-i I'A.MILV .MOVE TO TOWN
!ey. and the mo-t unpleasant thing
ibot i N that there is a dearth of: R M Martin, a substantial color color-shade
shade color-shade When man ventures out upon ed farnier and merchant has moved

ill's trackless expanse the shimmering
heat daze him. the scarcity of water
razes him. and the mirage treacher treacherous,
ous, treacherous, lying thing of beauty that it is
looms ever before him. Mashing upon
rlie -anvas (if his mind's eve a verdant
valley, gorgeously given with grow ing
tilings, fresh with flowers, wet with
water and waiting to welcome him.
"He can see grassy hill slopes just
auean. a no rue mirrored iaKe at'tears
I r,
e jusf beyond some beckoning
meadow He follows on and on and
afterward drains the last drop from
his canteen Then his throat becomes
parched, his tongue cleavs to the roof
of hi mouth, and strange things pass
before his eyes. The buzzards begin
to soar over him. and the coyotes sit
upon their hunkers and wat h him
hase rainbows until he pitches for-
ward upon his fa-e and close his eyes
upon a world that is too mysterious
and merciless for him to linger in
longer."
Song of a Little River.
There's no music like a little rivers.
It play the same tune and that's the:
favorite over and over again, and yet
it does not weary of it like men fid fiddlers.
dlers. fiddlers. It takes tlie mind out of doors,
and. though we should be grateful for
good houses, there is. after all. no
j house like Ood's out of doors. And.
i lastly, sir. it quiets a man down like

i saying his prayers. Robert Louis Ste-i suffering form constipation. Thous Thous-i
i Thous-i venson. janis swear by Dr. King's New Life
! i Pills. Hugh Tallman. of San Anton-

(
: Rejected.
He Be mine and you will make me
the happiest man in the world. She
im vt'r-v sorr.v. but uniortunateiy i
want to be happy myself. Boston
Transcript.
Evil counsel is swift in its march.
Plutarch.

LAW OF TIE LAND

Evening.
Washington .Oct. 4. Surrounded
by the leaders of a united democra democracy.
cy. democracy. President Wilson signed the Un Under
der Under wood tariff bill at J:0 last night
at the White House. Simultaneous Simultaneously
ly Simultaneously telegrams were sent by the treas treasury
ury treasury department to the custom col collectors
lectors collectors throughout the country put putting
ting putting into actual operation the first
democratic tariff revision since ISM.
A happy group of legislators,
members of the cabinet and friends
encircled the president as he sat
down and with two gold pens slowly
affixed his signature.
He presented to Representative
Underwood the pen that had written
the name "Woodrow," and the one
that had completed the name to Sen Senator
ator Senator Simmons.
In impressive silence the Presi President
dent President rose and delivered in easy na natural
tural natural tones, an extemporaneous
speech that brought prolonged ap applause.
plause. applause. The President declared
that the journey of legislative ac
complishment had been only partly;
completed; that a great service had;
been done for the rank and file of!

the country, but that the second step, FOR SALE If sold at once I have
in the emancipation of business was ( a splendid forty-acre farm with all
currency reform. He earnestly cal-J necessary buildings and improve improve-lei
lei improve-lei upon his colleagues to go "thements at a bargain. About $1500
rest of the journey" with fresh im-jcash wm be necessary to make deal.

etu?
mki:ti(; of state
c hamber of commerce

Will, on Account of Delay in Notices, conveniences, also a four room flat
be- Postponed Two Weeks 'with gas stove and all conveniences.
Orlando. Oct. 4. The date for the" Apply to Mrs. T. II. Wallis, COS
meeting of the Florida State Cham-'E. Second st., or phone 97 9-30-Gt.
ber of Commerce will be postponed.
from October 2Z. according to a1 FOR SALE 35b acres cutover
statement made by II. Clay Craw- 'pine land with railroad siding, shan shan-;ord.
;ord. shan-;ord. president of the body. jties and good well of water; good for
Ti-.e place of the next meeting is ; vegetables and vine growing; price price-Jcala.
Jcala. price-Jcala. and the date set at the last 10 ler acre; three miles from Dun Dun-meeriug.
meeriug. Dun-meeriug. which was held in Kissim- j ncllon. For information write J. G.
mee was October 9. President Stan- Paskin, Dunnellon, Fla. 9-30-1 m

ford says that on account of the
failure of the Secretary. Mr. H.
Richardson, to get out the notices
of the forth coming meeting, that he.
had decided to postpone the date, so;
11
as to allow further time for the ad-
ertisement ot the annual gathering.
Mr. Stanford was of the opinion that
the time was so short that many of.
the ho lies represented in the State
f t A" ... 11
cmtmner oi commerce woun not
have sufficient time to allow for reg-
alar meetings at which to discuss the
matter of sending delegates.
A TEXAS WGN'DEU
The Texas Wonder cures ladney
and bladder troubles, dissolves grav-
el, cures diabetes, weak and lame
backs, rheumatism, and all irregular-.
it'P5 nf thp kidnpve and h1nrfr!fr in
I
I both men and women. Regulates
'seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send!
for testimonials from this and other
states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 292G Olive St..
iSt. Louis, Mo. Sold by druggists. Ad)
from Orange Lake to Ocala. with his:
family, stock of goods, live stock and;
feed. Martin moved to Orange Lake
27 years ago. He has been farming.
a11 tnat m("'- has his farm paid for.
and for the past eighteen years has
j been merchandising. One grown
son will remain on the farm there.
1 cultivating it for himself, and an
nthor in tho m nroi fn oo-p nt
Tallahassee.
His store building is
rented out. Martin has secured one;
of the new store rooms in the Met
ropolitan Building and will open his
store there in a few daVs. He ship shipped
ped shipped to Ocala a solid car load of corn
to feed his stock while farming. He
has rented 00 acres of good land
; from Mr. W. D. Carn on the east
side of town, and 40 acres from Geo.
. Gijes southwest of town; the last
mentioned will be planted solid in
watermelons, the first in corn and
vegetables onions. cabbage. let-.
tuce and beans. The beds for the!
cabbage plants were put out some
time ago
ana are aimoM reaa ior
transplanting
A (iEXTLK A XI)
EFFECTIVE LAXATIVE
A mild, gentle and effective laxa
rive is what people demand when
;n -rv u-ri!Ci- --Thev are bevond
'question, the best pill mv wife and
j j have ever Taken." They never
i C2use pain. Price 2."c at all druz-
, gists, or by mail. H. h.. uucKiin tc
j Co.. Philadelphia or m. Louis. Act
Let us show you the "New-Ist"
shoes for fall and winter at Little's
Shoe Parlor.
10-2-G:

UNCLASSIFIED ADS
Lost, Found, Wanted, For Sale Sale-For
For Sale-For Rent and Similar Local Needs
WANTED To buy a building lot
near center, of town, about 100x100,

fcfor cash. Box 265. 9-20-6t
FOR SALE Several sections of
shafting, different sizes, for sale
cheap, at the Star office. 9-30-tf
FOR SALE A number of solid
steel, wood and cone pulleys very
cheap. Star office. 9-30-tf.
FOR ALE A lot of shafting
hangers. Apply at Star office. 9-30tf
WANTED TO BUY Second hand
furniture and -heating stove. Must
be in good condition. Address P. O.
Box 43S. 10-l-6t
HOUSES FOR SALE Look at 44
North Sanchez street 2 homes lot
120x205; must sell togethei or sep sep-erate;
erate; sep-erate; make me an offer quick. E.
R. Damoth, 207 Hodges building,
Detroit, Mich. 9-22-lm
FOR RENT Small new cottage,
electric lights, soft water; $6 per
month. Address Cottage, 1106 S.
Orange St.. Ocala, Fla. 10-l-6t
j Balance on terms,
scars Ocala Star.
Write Owner,"
10-1-lt
FOR RENT A seven room house
with
all latest improvements and
I
C YTPt t,..A , v ;
at once. Address Box 14 i, Ocala, or
call phone 209B. 1 0-4-1 1
.rt i l t- i
hOR sALL Two choice corner
, , n,.,., ...
J ts, east Oklawaha avenue. Big bar-
ain. Apply at Star office. 2S-tf
KOR RENT Six room cottage
vi;h tatn etc. ? corner Watula and
South Seventh streets
Apply at
9 4-tf
Southern Express Office
.
i WANTED POSITION Lady sten-
jographer. one year's experience, who
j is now employed would like position
! ljy October 1st, where there is some
j advancement. Address Box 254,
i Gainesville, Fla. 9-22-St
1 .U Al once.
WANTED Ai once, man with
t I' it.. t c ft
i lul,iI1- 1W1 ciai ianu
811(1 .4-, E. Adams street. Ap-
' to Tydmgs drugstore. l-3-bt
I
F0R REXT Modern residence on
Fort King avena
Anderson
j I harmacv. phone 269. 10-2-tf
j FOR RENT Three furnished
I rooms for light housekeeping. Apply
this office or S20 S. 3rd St. 10-4-tf
Mclver & MacKav
Funeral Dfrectors
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Funeral Directors
:A Work Done by Licensed Em-
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PHONES:
D. E. McIY.EK 104
C. V. ROBERTS 305
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'Queen of Sea Routes
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JACKSONVILLE TO
Savannah, Baltimore, Philadelphia,
Boston and Providence
. wirelesi telegraph. Throush
t:ckets t0 an(i fr0m principal points.
'Send for booklet.
H. C. AVERY. Aent,
Jacksonville, Fla.
D. JONES, C. A.
L.
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Finest coastwise Trip in the World
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THE OCALA EVENING STAK, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1913

EICiHT

iMBHiBBMMlWMiiBI,B

i

i iii n 1 1 1 1 1 1 j n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
t t

THE ISLAND

Of THE

STAIRS

i

Coming of
The Sunbeam
How to Avoid Tho Pains and Ditre
Which to Many Mother Have Suffered.

?Bein? a True Account of Certain
i rr i.u.A A J

oirange ana v-v oiwcuui nuicu-
tures of Master John Hampdon, J
Seaman, and Mistress Lucy J
Wilberforce, Gentlewoman, In

the Great South Seas.

GYRUS TOVYNSEND BRADY

my laay. uet ushor and trust our
selves to the tender mercies of what whatever
ever whatever natives there were rather than
stay with the vessel I took no sto"k
in the sailors" promises and agree agreements
ments agreements On- e they got the treasure it
would follow that they would kill me

and tike her
When we got the liose of Devon
safely hove to the men all knocked off
work at once, leaving the decks in a
state of confusion Indeed, save to
clear up the gear, there was nothing
to do but wait. Two or three men
were stationed on watch, and the rest
were given the freedom of the ship
I was in doubt as to what to say
about the cabin: but. strangely
enough, nobody made any effort to
take advantage uf the mastery of the
crew to quarter himself there Indeed,
their quarters forward were almost as
good as ours, and they evidently pre

ferred to be together. The ship was it l s pit? mre women do not know of
1 ?. . ... ... for I I,If.t tier's Friend. Ilrre is a remei'y that .ftens

generously prov isioueu. aim t.uv '"' ttie maples, enables tliem to expunl witno'Ji
f fh men hid been unUSUallv good 1 strain ui"n the ligaments and eua'.W
or tne men IUil neeil uuusuan ; .,. n o.rvmeh maternirv without I'in.

break iuto the : nausea, morning sickness or any of tl.e dreaded

rne captain room. i iinr' it i go

j he arms -het" -it was v in
j bold anyway at:d I -..::li! tad u:tr u:tr-!
! u:tr-! the time to hunt it out "we muM
i Iur.7."
! "WllV. von said t'i.'V were in-!isi

rJLSCE OF SPAIN Luclkic's

ibarage.

Copyright. 1912. by Cyrus lownsenJ Brady i

HHII 1 I 11 HI 1 1 I I 1 1 1 1 1

Thev did. however.

lazarette and help themselves to what whatever
ever whatever they liked out of the cabin stores.

including a case of bottled spirits.

fcvmr.toms so familiar to many mother-'

There is no foolish diet to Lara the mird.
The thoughts do not dwell iin pain and suf suffering,
fering, suffering, for all such are avoided. Thousands of
women no looser resitm themselves to fce

-i i; i ... tlnMiirbt tnat sicKness ana nisiress are najura'.

I brought out Oilier liquor aim iti The kl;ow tetter, for la Mother's Friend th-.r

CHAPTER IX.

. A. 1

them have as mucn as tuey waiueo,.

! A little liquor would make them ugly
1 and intractable. I reasoned; a lot

would make them drunk, and enough

bare found a wonderful, penetrating rvuifdy to

banish all those dreaded e!T!-!ices.
It Is a suhjeet every woman should he fami familiar
liar familiar with, and even though she may not require
uch a remwly. t-he will now and tlin meet
pome prosective mother to whom a word ia

. i i i Time at!u .Moiuer s rut-iiu win -miii as a "u-
In Which We Plan to Escape Together wuld render them completely help- Tfnl ,isiui(. This famous r-ni-i.- is ? M
From the Ship. iess eVen joined them in their : y ail i dn.ists and is only ""J;,;
i less. l-,llJ It is f'r external use only, and is tva'ly worn

ll.l no idea that it was morning i carousal It was easy enougn to spin

Its weiflit in gold. Write to-day to the Bra'!

ilreadv. the night had passed so, mv u.puor and make a pietense at Q a most valuaUe iu.

II quickly. The eastern sky was
already gray, ami although the
day bade fair to be an unpleasant one
there was already light enough to dis-
t i 1 1 1 1 III In 1 off to starboard. We

bad run quite near it in ttie night. It!
was still too gray to make out much j
more th :u the existence of the land
itself. b::t I thought I saw beyond the
nearest island others rising At any ;
rate, tlieiv it was where it ought to he ;
and I dMn't make any doubt but that;
it was the island which we had been,
seeking tin-sc weary months at sea ;
The who'e crew was on deck 1
didn't see any signs of Cap: a in Mat :
thews' hod. although 1 looked hastily i

about tor it I learned later that tne
had tumbled him overboard without
it ntviver or word after thev had

. .......
knocked him on the head. rimhali.j
Clihby and one or two others of thej
older seamen were on the quarterdeck. ',

the re-t being strung along the leerail
in the waist staring at the island
Two hands were at the wheel The
ship was I i: liing and laboring heavily,
and it n-i.ired two hands to hold her
up to it
I Hiring the night they had taken a
se-ond reef in the tops'ls A whole
gale was now Mowing everything
above the to' s'l yards had l-een tuned
of course The Rose of Devon was a
wet ship in a seaway, and she was
making heavy weath.-r out of it
I noti. d one thing with satisfaction
They had evidently not thought it
worth while to break open the arms
chest or to tone the key from me.
which the could easily have done.

and none of them was armed
"Well." I Megan, as I climbed over
the hat' h combing and turned aft.
"1 sent for you. Hampdon." began
Pimhall insolently, and his failure to
"mister" me or to give me any title
indicated ur present relations, "be "because
cause "because ot that." and he pointed to the

leeward toward the island
"It looks like land." I said.
"It is laud What land?"
TIow can I tell?" I answered "1
have never bcn in these seas before.1
"Well, you took an observation ye
terday. didn't you'r"
"Certainly
"And where were we 7"
I named a latitude and longitude
not exactly what I had worked out.
but near enough I didn't want these
rutlian to know exactly where we
were lie pulled out the chart as I
spoke and compared its figures with

what I had given them

read figures if not letters
"At any rate." he said, after study
ing over the map for a little time,
"that is not far from the point we are
making for. is it?"
"No." I admiMed. "not very."
"Io you think that :in be It V"
"I can't tell for certain." I replied,
"until I iret another shot at the un
I should think the latitude about right.

but as to the longitude

drinking, which soon deceived tnem.
They took to the liquor like ducks to

Witter

" i

I

hail .;: reassiireu tier greain.
Vet mi an emergency 1 have never
known a w. man who had more spirit.

:" her noon meal pr i' ticil
!. and she was sitt'ng then
ii I. I or.s'y etmchMig the
ltveil half T death Poor

She had I
iv untouch'
i:: the "i:
i i-: f I'

ll t Ma i-ie

tier

Whatever

in:". '!
ge I h
HI .. i i
h
: I : o : i

has
and
the

i i -en the caii" d' it. she was
iv -i d t ee me when I ca Ule
iight'd the i abin lanterns
-l,e r ed. "I hav e been in
the whole day. lOvery sound

1 ble
i
j '"They'll ncover th-ir '.ies bfn-
we know it. want as long a -start
1 ptxsib'e
t "Wait a moment." she said Sn

! -i r.. r i u t ?i i1'M-4it nviiK.r .r l..t-.. .in.' I

'I '-... -. .1.. .....
! drew out a leather ease, which !)
j opened and pta-el before me The-v
! were two ivory handle silver mo'iu: '.
tistols in it They belonged to iv v fjs
rh'r." she i.-iil "With one of t'lcri ti'
-h" Her voice broke I in-d ;
j knew what he laid '.oih with ow
j them Sh' rumm:'-.'el further an'
; 'rew out an xtis;te swt.nl quite ut
; '.ike friv heavy one tmt. if 1 -ou'd h"i
anything about v-eat"iis. of fine tevi
I er and strength a' l with its Mil

stnd!Hl with diamoiid- "This wa.
iv father's too." he ::iI. And I rec

ognied it riisn It was that I h-l tak-
ri from Arcester
The pjsfol were siija t'."- fh-in t'Av
hnge barkers better suited 'or her
hind and to load them foui the
tlisks whieh aceornrc irefl tht-m was
the work of a few mbiut I thrust
my own heavy we:i"o:i li.uk into tnv
belt I then btu kled he'- twi. pit is
around her waist and hade her take
the sword aKo We might need all
ttese weapons
Then I left tier and went out n
de -k The e'en were in a profound
drnnkcM stt:r,r Pimhall was sound
.'s'eep: 'Uibbv was riodding He leer
e l at ri'e as drew abreast of him
T'vei-' th th ing a-a!l r-right?" he hic-
o it'h"l
"I'vi.i" tiling." I answered "The old
(ark doesn't nod much watching to tonight
night tonight
I yawiu-d extravagantly "I will go
and turn in. I think. If you need me
all me"
As I went below into the cabin I satr
that in a few moments he would be
i':e the rpt

In Andalusia They Are Seen In
All Their Shabby Glory.

ARSENALS CN MOVING LEGS.

They Wiil Put a Pistol to Your Head
With the Greatest Politeness and
Lock You In a Cell With Infinite
Courtesy Mines of Misinformation.
He is toiitr. is the Spanish police policeman.
man. policeman. There is a iive and let live air

aUuit him. He jmssesses neither the) Dished

easy and kindly dignity of the police policeman
man policeman of London uor the truvuience of
the policeman of New York, but he is
very, very human. And he ha the
blessed gift that uo other brand f
poli eman seems to possess if appear appearing
ing appearing to be more than an ordinary person
True, he is armed. He is an arsenal
moving on legs. But something tells
jou that he wouldn't really hurt a fiy.
I like him.
A::d here I must say that he is not
to be confounded with the guardia
civil Tbv guardia civil is quite an another
other another terson altogether. He is stern
and austere, and he patrols country
districts and lonesome mountainous
places He was used to put down the

I have just opened up my Dew
garage on North Main street, and
solicit a share of the patronage of
wr owners in Ocala and surrounding
ierritory. 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-

GIVE MK A TRIAL.

T. C. LucMe,
Proprietor
Building formerly occupied by Idea
Theater.

FURNITURE

We can aae you money on your
Furniture and Household Furnish Furnish-ng
ng Furnish-ng purchases. A large stock of both

bandeleros. those adepts in the art of new an.l second-hand furniture.

swift, forceful borrowing, whose pres presence
ence presence dil so nui'-h to heighten the ro ro-manceof
manceof ro-manceof old sunny Spain. The guardia
Hvil killed off these gay financial art artists,
ists, artists, but now. even after his job has
been finished, he still wears a cold.

We make a specialty of the IN INSTALLMENT
STALLMENT INSTALLMENT BPSINESS, and can
make you low prices and easy terms.
Try our method, you will like it.
Second-Haml Furniture Iought at

a ued me to seize this weapon.
vv!i n I have not been wat h'.ug
5.Mr I have been on my U:ees

(Continued Monday)

I do

tuaviug for you and for myself

not think I can stand another day like
this
'Please Cml. dear lady, you shall
not." I said, smiiing reassuringly at

her
'What do vim mean?

plan ':"
"I have. The men are all drunk

! r . I 1 I r

austere air He is indeed not to be j .m.mmi nm-.

confounded with my friend the police- j
man. j
The first time I met the Spanish po- j

hcema n

was one night in a certain i

town in Ambilusii. Truth compels me.
to state that I met him in a profes j
s .i .. i ...; i.

t 1 1 a I way. i w as nuiuini. im
others in a row when he appeared in
force. I was gathered in by five of
hi ii. But how polite he was! He put

hi- pistol to my head. or. rather, the

i"-?-f-v-

I' ' i i;

1 i

IH'Al MISS CANNOT liK I KKI

by local applications, as they canno-

reach the diseased
There is only one

. J i U .. Z rtnn -tif n li ATI

iieao, auu mat is u, him t. the policp station.
Have you a remedies. Deafness is caused by du j Tht, whu, .lT..ir VV:1S e,,Urt!iness it it-inilamed
inilamed it-inilamed condition of the mucous lin- s,.!f --0 arrestd in n h a ucin'.er

I ing of the Eustachian Tube. When vas to have a privilege onferred upo?:

portion of the ear. I them put their pistols to my
wav to cure deat- I nif1(,t fwl thff 1 wo,,.!d
... be d..:ng him the greatest of favors by

Vi V" r JiM

Ni i IAJL

am going to leave the ship and take this tube is inflamed you have a
you with me" rumbling sound or imperfect hearing
"But how-when?" an i wnen it is entirely closed, deaf-
For answer I threw open the stern . rpsillt anf1 niess the in-

window of her cabin On a level with ,,ammation can 1)e taken out and tais
it swung a small boat, a whaleboat. jS.-
V V . ; .. .1,,,;,... ti. tube restored to its normal condition
Now I had taken occasion dining the c
i dav t wer that boat little by little, hearing will be destroyed foreve-;
! a few inches at a time and then a tew nine cases out of ten are caused by

iii'-hes at another time, as 1 had op- catar. h. which is nothing but an in in-portunity
portunity in-portunity to get near tin falls ami to flamed condition of the mucous sur
manipulate them unobserved, but I faces.
i l.nh ti tliik lo-l ii llie 'it i-v- n j .i r 1 1

That is not far from the point we are "" 11 ue win gne.une uumire'i uuuais.
making for. is it?" i cibin windows Its sea lashings w.-re f(jr any Cflse of deafnffS3 (caused by
i i lent on dmibr if 4'ondi-i .

ti,.. ..i. w.iteti kent reasonablv 1 . catarrh! that cannot be cured oy

later with

1 r

iiars, iree.
impunity.
What do you m.-an?" she asked.! J. F. Cheney k Co.. Toledo. Ohio
staring out of tin window and into; Sold bv druggists. 75 cents.

Take Hall's Family Pills for cor.-

I mean that vou and I are poinc to stination. Ad

errbirk in that boat t n i i r i T and Usivej

sob.,- for a time, but even they were, uws ... oe. . 'V Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu

... i .,. i,.,- 1 couul ower ii an i ne a
not to) abstemious. I saw to that, i

Later on tin cook, who was not yet too i
drunk, fixed them up a regular ban-j
met our of the cabin stores, and there;

was no objection to my taking a por- j tie empty boat

tiou to my lady in the stateroom be-j
low. where sh-. kept close and remain j

ed out of the way by my urgent en entreaty.
treaty. entreaty. My communications that long day
with my sweet charge were necessari necessarily
ly necessarily intermitted and short. I did not
ilar to be long away from the men

on dck I still wore my sword, aim tuin.: i
i I searched through the captain's cabin "We lire in exactly the latitude and j

mikI found two heavv pistls. which l tin longunue u iue uan m

e-irefniiv h.i l'ireil. -oncalitig them in I latimis are -orrect

oii At the police station 1 was again
treated with politeness and in the end
- wit h a locked dor
Th Spanish policeman Is nt tin
well paid He sports not an ambas
sadoriil salary All he 'fs is e
setas a day. He is therefore ane
nable to the fri'tillv and onsidT t
tip This. I must hasten to a how
ever, makes him none the less a
worthy and eff-:ive guardian of lav
and order
He is shabby of uniform But thai

Is not his fault. It is tin fault of

frugal government In :nip:rai-- he

i

something like an English post I

A. M. BOBBITT
lift ween Market and Laundry
ft-1 1 dly
Phone OCALA. FLA.

WOOD
The wool season will soon bo
here, and it isn't a bad plan to
prejare for its coming now. I
am in share to fill a limited
aniov.nt of or 3ers for well sea seasoned
soned seasoned OAK WOOD in any desir desired
ed desired lengths. Get my prices befors
laying in your fall and winter
supply. Call Fhone 114, or leave
your orders at the Count's Gro Grocery
cery Grocery .Store, Cor Ft. King avenue
and S. Main street.

this ship
"But when are we going?"
"Then is land not a leagu

half under our lee It seem

Going the Pace.

Going through life at sixty miles with his b'ind eye

look

man ami an inijMverihel Spanish j
ii'Kut Rut there is artistry about lr- i

shabhiness He fits info th- picture
Vcrv ift'ii. spi'cially in Andalusia,
n i iid :ind rather infirm, one is

! often s irv for him as he humps along j

with his sword trundling behind him

But he has the wisdom that goes with j
age. If he s,.,,s a row he looks at it

and allows it r i 1 all fllOIieOi

J. H. J. COUNTS

OCALA VZjA.

!l'pr. hnur IqmHc n man at his destine IsllliUtcl dowii -a Very good thing with

f ho travel row

niosi easieny o a c.us.c. ... automo5ilft
"Is it the island we seek, do you

WOMEN WHO c;kt 11ZZV

If

qn

iOcaia Meat Market

when vou want First-class

the deep pockets of my pea jacket. I

The island was uninhabited when

passed among the men freely, handing; my ancsioi was cast uo.m o
nit the spirits, opening fresh bottles "Yes." said I. "but there may be na
and bandving rough jests, but took tives there now. but no savages of the
care never to be in any position where! south seas could be more cruel and

He could j eould not command the companion ruthless than the men on tin snip.
........ i 1 ..t .. .... -i... wiiii lui.i.n.fi ii

hatch, which leu to tne caoin. .ei
Our drift was slowly but surely in ; "What is your plan?"

"I want yon to dress yourself m y our

heaviest

the direction of the island Indeed. I

i.:..i til t h-ilf .-i leatrne or stoutest clothes, with your

more to leeward since we had been shoes, w rap yourself up in a boat cloak
hove to. From time to time I search- j and take with u a change of clothes
ed the shore with a glass, seeing that I and some few necessaries for your
the land was protected and completely comfort. I will go and rummage the
inclosed bv a reef, on that side at least, lazarette for provision., and I will see

if 1 can turn uj rtnv more weapon in

which agreed with the chart, but the
skv continued overcast, and the mist

And vou can't get no shot at the t grew thicker, so 1 couldn't make out

sun null! noon, can you?" unere-nni
ously put in Olibbv. casting n long look
to the eastward where the sky wa
thick and lmly already
"I can't even get an observation then
unless we have clear weather." I an
swered
"There'll be no clear weather today.
I take it." said an old seaman standing
Trlth the other two.
"1 don't much think it." I assented
"Weil, what do you advise then?"

asked Pimhnll

much more than that. It was land,
and that was enough. It was big
enough to support life, and I thought
that I detected green patches here and
there that betokened vegetation and. if
so. water an 1 life.
Nnlwwly too; any care to strike the
bells, but when darkness fell I declar declared
ed declared noisily that I would go below and
turn in All but the most seasoned
and hardy drinkers were by this time
H.id drunk. There was evidently

! some little remembrance of my rank.

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Fvery woman who is troubled
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ache, headache, weakness, debility, constipa constipation
tion constipation or kindey troubles should use
Fleet ric Bitters. They give relief
when nothing else will, improve the
health, adding strength and vigor
from the tirst dose. Mrs. Laura
Gaines, of Avoca. La., says: '"Four
doctors had given me up and my
children and all my friends were
looking for me to die. when my son

insisted that I use hlectnc Bitters.
1 did so. and they have done me a
world of good." Just try them. T.Oc
and $1 at all druggists or by mail.
H. E. Bucklen v Co., Philadelphia
or St. Louis. Ad
Take All the Cream.
Educated folk keep to one another's
company too much, leaving other
people much like milk skimmed of its
cream.

112 X. Magnolia St., Ocala, Fla.

Down in Mind Unable to Work,
and What Helped Her.

Summit Point, V. Va. Mis. Anna
Belle Emey, of this place, says: "I suf suffered
fered suffered for lo years with an awful pain in

causea irom womamy

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nbouts until the sky is clear and the
suu visible, then we will know just ex-

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ringworm, tetter and other unsight unsight-lv
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ueriment. ex-ueriment. All druggists or by mail

pfoiffor fhemical V o.. t'tina-

I i rrY f ClH A

I 1 ..K l 111 V llfcillft. J1UW

"That we stand on slowly aunng me for no oue yet conscious maue au lruW and doctored lots for it, butwith butwith-day
day butwith-day and heave to at n'ght. and if we je ticn. IMmball. lying supine on the out SUcCess. I suffered so very much,

Mn-t n shot at the sun stay here-: deck, and Oiibby. w ho was in n oeuei that I became down in mtnd. and as heip-

..!. .1 i-M ni.-. .ii utr us:v"'iiss assur- i ace ?c a Mhv i in tne wnrsi Kina ..i

V .1 str, 1 1 ij '.t ....... .. - - - v j . .

,-,1 me that tiu-y would take care of the of shape. Was unable to do any worK. i deiphia ana si. L.OU1S.

actlv what course to take aud just shii. and 1 went be.ow. nav ing prov m-; i began taking caraui, tnewomars;
ivtvif ist to be done" 'el all of th:n with a fresh supply of tonic, and got relief from the very first Value of Two Instruments.
The advle o self evidently drink just before dose. By time I had taken lj bot-; A calcuiating engine is one of the
.e.;lJ;. or ti" ble ad-1 1 sometin.es wonder if I would tmt ties, mythwaSC a

- -- - i .. .. o; i... ..ii I am now 4d yeari ycdis uiu. uui itt. m , v,a cimninct nf

'cn jusuaeu in koiiu, iw oc? .j,-nnttf ifi teiegrapu acj uuc i D""""k-

rendered thus ip ... compare their value.

von ask a Spanisfi policeman

ti- II lie is politeness Itself FUt

..us wer will he WltiHg. lie IS H

i,.i! ; inisteai:ng information ;Fresh Meat, Fish or Vege-
d-esn-t know l.ldee!. Whathedoesnt ; ,eg Com-feclpOrk ffOITl
Know about the names t street ami Di
n.e way to ei to the,., aiai t inn, my own farm. Al Rhame.
generallv wonl.l fib an en v. l'oj.e! a ; Ocala's best CUtter, will
If you want to know anything you Prompt delivery,
rnu-t n 'sk a Spanish poh.-einan ci t j, vt i

Ib-spect nilii. tor he is of the b.-st. hut i Q WALDRuN,

a'li asK nun ijiifMi""--'.
In tin ni-hHinie tie sorn'tim -ar
ries a lance He is then -ailed a
s.teno. presumably because he brings
.....i ..i,,ft Mimii troubled waters. He

.-''.. i
o.k very picturesque on a clear, star

lit night and makes one think of ttv
time of old the time one reads aln.ut
in historical romances Hut fie is al
wavs haniuess. always peaceful and
read.v for a Triendlv -vii He is
reallv a eieno a serene person His

I ; ..It- tliuPu Til rilllllll oft 111

artistic and romantic appearance. And j Wall Paper in all Grades from 10c

it is not a sharp lance I know, for
I have often felt the edge of it when
the sereno courteously handed it to me
for inspection. Hut it look artistic
when seen in the distance on a star
lit night.

The policeman of Catalonia is some j

what different from the policeman of j
Andalusia. He is alert, pushful and! SJclC SlUUllOIlS
Interfering He is apt to want to know i
who you are and what you are and OC3l3 FlOrlua
what your business may le. Hut fata- .
Ionia is not Spain It is a place where J
the people rush alout doing all man j MlTICK OF HKf F.IVKK SM.K
ner of things. They like work, ami j N-0.5f.e s hereby jiivn that under

Oecr-e rtnueren uj

Now Is Ihe Time
To have5 your home brightened up.
Interior Decorating including Kalso Kalso-mining.
mining. Kalso-mining. Tinting. Papering and Paint Painting
ing Painting Neatly and Cheaply Done.

a Roll Up
Work fully guarantee!; estimates
cheerfully furnished.
Call Phone 285

vic that there was no hesitation in, hive l'en ju

accenting it. The lKat.wain stepped w Idle they were

up to the horseblock, gnibbed thetrum- less I'.ut 1 could m-t bring m.v-e.
net and shouted his orders. Presently; ;uh wholesale murder, richly as
the hip was hove to with the island ; deserved it and little as 1 wjs it,
well under her lee. distant perhaps a i to merry 1 also thought or : :
t..,.,T,.i ... n .lf or m-ivbe two leagues i them in irons and stowing Mem

1 ;i; t mere w o mis n

to
. CV

Cardui certainly saved me from losing

: A A I (sal it mr Htittr in criPJllr I

my lUiiiu, ai.u i ii n'j ; c
. J. . 1 I I . n

;n ic fav-nr I wish I had some Dower Whrnipvpi- Vnn Need a uenerai ionic

11 j over poor, suffering women, and could; Take Grove's

1- mil-a tViom L-nnw- the COOd it WOUIU CQ r i c-. 1 1 r-..-'o Toc.lcc

Personallv I should uot have hove to;

a ship on a

.1

and Mistress Lu-v

them.

i chiil Tonic is equally valuable as a

If vou suffer from anv of the ailments i r.eneral Tonic because it contains the

! peculiar to women, it will certainly be j well known tonic propertiesof QUININE
! worth your while to give Cardui a trial, j an,i iron. It acts on the Liver, Drives

i.. ..l. I eh.iii ,1 not lor ;ll iurise

have advise! it. and indeed woud have. an. i.o,.,o r 1 it h,'heen helning weak women for t M9hm. Knriches the Blood and

We oil!. I IK'I even iceu ami "rTln ,. ;n von .T c... wntc

v..r if 1 co-i'd hav e i-.ui!t-l more Uiau j-j )cui3, gov nm i.v. j t i auuas up mc uuic

what 1 worse, they .ike other people ami i by virtue of a ?Jej

to work. And their poln einen take .llit court 0f the fifth judicial circuit
''" t Vnf .Jrtlln
.No. the Catalonia I to!l.euian .-aunot -J;.... w-'herein Joseph Flell is com-
truly Ik called a Spanih p..ii-eman. j.iainant ancl Ii. Muncaster In de-
If you want to see the true Spanish 1'. thVth-j- of October, 1913,
.. i: ...... miKt iti.wn to Anda ,,r.;r.r Vno ljral hours of sale, offer

.....i, ...... - ,:7n4 will sell to the hi:rhet

IIISI.I.
And yon will like him

for him the friendliest

n-,1; io hint M mhlin

wiih stopped shoulders and trund'.inc rfflate NoVnd bet

and best bidder for cash all the rizht!

im Vu vvill feel ..r'vile- e. title and Interests of R. C.
iet re-ird Vou Munca-ter and Ii. C. Muiicaster and
lest re.no. i on Jo h Bell as iate r-o-partners. lately
ig cauaily along fioing business a. Muneaster & Bell.

ween

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proiesieti apiui o imu i --.v., ..

. j i i 'i -i ii'in tser-1 ino!ier

ate as ever came into man's head. But ... three or four true men s ..M.u. e
, 1 would h-ive risked it
then the situation required desperate ,.n,.v h;11 p-.ssi ,,.
remedies And for the accomplish nent ? ..,ixi. .ir of that awfui
of the plan the ship wa now in the j.", ..; ,.,., than I can
ver.v be-? M.sit!oii I .or' hive put hr ;.n, .-asi.-nal riits
I wa mirxbtl to l.-sert ib- sn.

too.

Try Cardui. Your druggist sells it.

Write to: Chat!ar.oea Medicine Co.. Ladies'
AfiTisory Dec.. Char.ar.ocga. Ter.n.. fcr Se"l
i.trrtiamt en vour case ana 64 cat fcocU. Home

Treai.T.er.t fcr Wcxec," in ca:n wra. per. N C. 121 Ruskin.

When the Truth Is Lost.
Every duty ve omit obscures some
truth we should have known. John

sword M)d shoul.1 vu have to make R r. Muneaster and J. K. cnace ana
his a-,p.aintan. e in a professional way HelT. J.ce whlrt "ntr.ct H
Ton will ritii that he will deal with z:? office of clerk of circuit
Vou as ,u easy and kindly father cou Marion county Florid..
wi.uid ?: with vou If he arrest yon "A, Receiver of Munt-a-ter & Hell.
h will nrre-t yon in a war that won't
Iniure your fiiuu' I an re-ommeud j Scratched.
Ida, Hart Ketmedv in London Star ; she "And that fccar, major. Did
!you get it during an engagement?"
fie v,;!.pir twie rerr;:in j He ( absent! v "No: the m w eek of

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If iii vbtorv Synn.

our uor.eyc.ooti.

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