The Ocala evening star


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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Physical Description:
v. : ; 61 cm.
Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular


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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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VOL. 20.

dDeafla siedl MauFflcDim ConnimQy
anndl tlltiie Sonntli ai

1I i tcliton Day a (jreat Success ami
an ImiKirtant Highway Improved;
from the County Seat to the Levy'
County lioundary.
A birdseye view of this section I
this morning would have shown aj
long red, white and yellow streak
running northwest from Ocala tc
Morriston. All along the streak, 1
busy as ants, thousands of men toil toiled.
ed. toiled. Picks and shovels Hashed in the
sun. Autoes came and went, speed-
ing over the few stretches of clear
road, dodging in and out among the
workers, often taking to the woods.
Heavy wagons, loaded with lime or
empty, plied back and forth between
the pits and steadily shoveling
gangs. Here and there a huge road
engine grunted and ground along
crushing the lumps of lime flat tin- j
der its massive feet. Active boyt

trotted back and forth, carrying wa- port. Judge Call issued a rale and
ter to the ever thirsty workers. At order that "One Dick Calhoun of
every mile or so along the road, atjSanford" should show cause why he
some farmhouse or clump of shade I should not be adjudged guilty of

trees, were groups of women, at
tractively dressed in spite of their
hard work, busily preparing dinner j
for the workers. j
No bird winging his way over oui
Southland this side the Mississippi
has ever before viewed such a
The Hoard of Trade rooms last j
night looked like the headquarters? j

of a miners and saappers brigade. ; returnable Monday, October 20.
Secretary Rooney, red-eyed from The rule requires Dick Calhoun to
loss of sleep, three days beard on j disclose under oath the names of
his face and his classic form draped : each person that had any connection
in blouse and overalls, sat chewing with the preparation and delivery of
a cigar he hadn't time to light, look- J the typewritten paper, and to make
ing over memoranda of the little j known under oath his reasons for
things that accumulated endlessly. distributing it among the grand jur jur-Around
Around jur-Around the room were Messrs. Mef- j ors.
fert, Ditto. Carmichael. Davis. Cobb, j Also that every grand juror be re re-Tompkins.
Tompkins. re-Tompkins. Chace, McCIane and j quired under oath to give the name
others of the wheelhorses. each with ; of each person who in any manner
his important task to look after. All 1 has approached him since he was
worked until late. When it was summoned to serve as a juror at this

about bedtime. Rooney climbed in

an auto which whirled him and a : South Farm and Home Company,
load of supplies several miles out o: and that each grand juror be requir requir-town.
town. requir-town. It was his second trip since t ed to deliver to the court all written
supper. or printed matter given him outside

A Star reporter was at the Board
of Trade rooms at 5:30 this morn-
Dr Chace was there, giving
directions to the steadily arriving
stream of workers. Messrs. Rooney,
Ditto. Sevmour and some others

were alreadv miles out in the conn-
try. starting the work. 1 Exhibit '"-V consists of five pages
Auto after auto drew up to the!of closely typewritten copy, contain-

curb and then whirled out Exposi
tion street, each taking its load of
men. Big. husky darkies, with
nicks and shovels in their hands. t

took seats in some of the finest cars Home Company is the biggest andj J. S. Tyler and his sister. Mrs. C.
in town, and were carried away toUongest colonization company inM. Blair, wish to use these means
do the work that no men in thehhe northern and central part ofjto extend their many thanks to the
world can do better than they when Florida, and has over a million dol- people for their assistance during

thev trv.
Business and professional
men, unused to handlinsr anything
heavier than a yardstick or book,
came along anxious to find out what
real work was like. A capable capable-looking
looking capable-looking roustabout, with a shovel
over his shoulder and a pipe in his
mouth, needed a second look tc
(Concluded on Third Page)

the famous English author, said the medium of difference letveen hap happiness
piness happiness and misery i small. Ten dollars earned, nine dollars spent
happiness, ten dollars earned, eleven dollars sent misery.
We can help you save that extra dollar and be happy. It is unreason unreasonable
able unreasonable and not economical for you to pay more for the same quality of
goods that we offer for less money; you actually save on every purchase
von make at GOLDMAN' S. "WHY PAY .MORE?"


t'alhoim Illumes Him for Attempt
to Indict the Xcw South Farm and
Home Company.
Jacksonville, Oct. 16. The fed federal
eral federal grand jury which, for the last
week, has been investigating charges
against the New South Farm and
Home Company, failed to return a
true bill yesterday. There were sev seventeen
enteen seventeen members of the grand jury,
and the ballot is said to have stood
ten for indictment and seven against.
Immediately after the jury's re-
I rc.ntoni nt rf r i i r f Thn mnr inn n 1
V.VUtV llll f I Will 1. M. 1U11 V A
leges the said Calhoun "tried to in-
terfere with and influence the action
of the present United States grand
jury in their investigation of the
Xew South Farm and Home Com Company,
pany, Company, by distributing among them a
certain typewritten matter, a sample
of which is hereto
marked Exhibit A.'
attached, and
Said rule is
term tor investigation ot the -New
! the jury room, or received through
i the mails since he has been sum-
: moned. pertaining to or in any way
j relating to the Xew South Farm and!
j Home Company.
Exhibit "A"
mg :;2 separate paragraphs. and
headed: "This Is What's l'p." un



derscorei with red. The paper are extended to J. S. Tyler and fam
states that the Xew South Farm andjily.

lars invested in Marion and Putnam

counties. 'mother. .Mrs. .Nancy A. lyler. sum
"That is was instrumental injmerfield Chronicle,
building the Ocala Xorthern. Rail-j

road: that it has built four new!
towns, and that it spends $5,000
monthlv for salaries in Palatka.
"That, of course, there are always

some kickers in any company. Rutjand
i hat the per centage of kickers in tor.


this company is exceedingly small;
; that these kickers are all, as a rule,
i dissatisfied people organized by 'One
Fred B. Magaw, a discharged graft
ing employe and former field man manager
ager manager of the company.'
"That the cause of the so few
small failures should be charged to
"insufficient capital' and 'downright
laziness' on the part of the kickers
and not to any fault of the company.
'That Fred 13. Magaw strung all j

these kicks and complaints "like i
beads on a necklace.' and delivered! Tallahassee, Oct. 16. Governor
them to the bureau of justice, and : Trammell is looking into the ques ques-that
that ques-that he was prompted solelv bv tion of colonizing Japanese in this

"That thousands of papers in the
West, if the company be indicted
will iovouslv pick up this news and
roast Florida and its land sharks.
"That the company never sold i
swamp lands to anv one. and that if
there was a
small area of swamp
land on any tract, it deducted for
that, or if requested gave a new
deed lo a new section or tract of
land to suit the purchaser

"That the company can never be!anj

convicted if indicted, but that if it
be indicted it will practically ruin
the company financially."
licnefit to State
The exhibit goes on to show in ev every
ery every possible manner that the com company
pany company is a real benefit to the state
and to the holders of its property
that it is a large taxpayer, and that ;
its oonas nave sold in tne eastern
markets without question, and that-
only one side of the matter will be;
shown to the grand jury, and it
adds: "Surely this great organiza organization
tion organization should have its side presented."
In the investigation of this com-!
pany. it is said there were nearly)
seenty-live witnesses here from all'
oxer the country, especially from the;
West, and that an entire week was I
consumed in the investigation. i
The district attorney states in his!
motion that he personally knows)
Dick Calhoun, and that he was pres present
ent present and in the federal building dur during
ing during the conduct of the case.
The "exhibit" states that only
about 40 per cent of the stock of the
company is held outside of Florida
and that the majority of the stock is
owned and held in Florida.
The president of the coinpanv is

Charles H. Seig. whose offices are incnpied by Harry Peter, which will

this citv
Mrs. Xancy Tyler, aged 67 years,
a native of Kentucky, died last Fri-
' el n t- 11 O Vl f .1 n .1 1 T 1 .- lo-
: u'1-'

afternoon. Mrs. Tyler came here.omce after spending her vacation

isome three years ago with her son.
S. Tyler, and his family and was
j 11 to a short time aS quite active
j foi a lady of her age. She was
j mucsh esteemed among her friends.
anil is a great loss to tne tamiiy.
The sympathies of the community
me sicivuess am mina i ot meir
The Merchant's Cafe is a first class
-place to take your meals. Open night;
day. J.
R. Dewey.
Heavy gold.

1. (Gold.



In Krgaiil to the Questions Involved j
in the Threatened Japanese
The advent of the advance guard
of these Oriental farmers who are
ueiliS SVUL ueie u-x a w
in California is stirring the state and
nas IeJ to widespread protest by
leaders in the state development
j Congressman Frank Clark has
I written a letter to the governor ask-

ing that a special session of the stateand vvhen complete! will give steady:
legislature be called to pass an alien Lmnlnvment to about eisrhtepn men. ;

"Our legislature convenes bi-an-
nually and will not reassemble in s
regular session until April, 1915.
sad Mr. Clark, "and, therefore, I
am urging the governor to protect
the white people of Florida by call-1
ing the legislature together at once 1
to give: Florida, through her chosen
. ... i
; representatives, an opportunity tc
take her stand alongsiJe of Califor
n,a cn thJg great race question
, t f. ,,,.
J Cllll lit -,lll lllilt tl 1 i 111C 1. i,101U
I tare in extraordinary session for
the purpose of enacting a law which
will forever prohibit the Japanese
I and other like races from becoming
Hand owners in the state of Florida."
On His Own Initiative
In reply to a message from the
Jacksonville Metropolis, the gover governor
nor governor said:
"I have received no communica-
I tion from any one relative to an ex-
i tra session to pass an alien land bill,
t On my own initiative, I am looking
(into the questions involved."
(Advocate )
J. H. Winrich has the contract for
redecorating the place formerly oc-
be opened as a cafe.
Misses Lula and Susie Trotter, of
ilnvereness, are visiting friends and
'relatives in town this week.
Mrs. Dr. Leitner has returned
j fronl orth Carolina
-Miss ivgnes trmgneia nas re-
, . -.
suniert her Unties at tne teiepnone
very pleasantly in Xorth Georgia
and the mountains.
Miss Alice Hollingsworth has re returned
turned returned from a visit to Inverness.
Two inquiries for locations have
been received by the board of trade
already, one was from West Virgin-
!ia anj the oti,er from Missouri,
! Jesse O'Xeal has returned from
j Jacksonville, where he has placed
his scn in tne Florida MijItary Acad.
; emv Mrs o'Xeal did not come back,
ibut went to nartford. Ala., for a
Miss Lucille Turnipseed, who hasj
been visiting with her grandmother,!
Mrs. Leavengood, in Ocala, returned
home this week.
D. Q. Towle. of Youngstown, S.
C. visited J. A. Grumbeles, Satur-
day and Sunday. Mr. Towle is known
j J. W. Prater returned from
Brooksvile Monday. He says Mar

for Thursday Only

Masonic Ring, set with 8 full
would sell for $60 at



Q IFHcoirMai
(Edl Exauranplle

I ion county roads compare favorably
with those he encountered on his
auto trip.
I as the "Cabbage King" of the world,
having no less than eight hundred
acres planted to cabbage yearly.
Jerry Henry, the 1 1-year-old son
of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Henry, died
Monday of appendicitis. The par-
ent5 have the sympathy of the entire
community in their grief.
J. E. Tomblein.60 years of age,
died Sunday of heart failure. He
leaves a widow to mourn him. The
sad feature is that Mrs. Tomblien is
now all alone, having no knowledge!
of where her only son is. except that ;
he is employed on the detective i
forrf of some city either in Alabama!
or Georgia.
The A. C. L. has a force of men ;
building a concrete slab plant. This
plant moulds and finishes the slabs j
complete, which are then used for j
new bridge work along the line. The
plant is located at South Dunnellon
. (
Mrs. V. V. Lindsev has returned
home after an absence of several ;
mouths. She visited her daughter.
.Mrs. Walter Gamble, at Miami and :
also her daughters at Ocala and
Jacksonville. On the way home she
met Mrs Tucker Hood, returning
frr.m pierimnnt Ala .mri Tr v.x
Anderson, also enroute home from'
Atlanta. Ga. The ladies all met on!
the train quite accidentally and j
formed ; quite a home-coming party. 1
Summerfield, Oct. 15. Ralph
Griggs, of Oxford, was a visi'or to ;
friends here last Saturday. I
Warren L. Smith, of South Lake;
Weir, was a visitor here last Satur-j
Willie Laubscher, of South Lake j
Weir, was here Friday evening vis-;
iting friends.
Geo. J. Hickey and Paul Schmidt, 1
of South Lake Weir, were early
Saturday morning visitors here. i
Valentine Matlock, better known;
as the pea'ch grower, was here last j
Saturday doing some shopping. j
Joe Webster, who used to reside;
here, but lately moved to his farm j
west of town, was a Saturday visi-;
tor. Mr. Webster was accompanied
by Eugene Adler. I
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Keathley and
family drove to Oxford last Sunday
f attend services. l ne Keamie
family are new-comers and are now
building a two story house on their I
Wm. A. Kelly, of the west side i
did the butcher act last Saturday.',
Mr. Kelly slaughtered one of his his-fine
fine his-fine hogs and had no trouble in dis-j
posing of it among our people. i
Ralph Griggs, of Oxford, accom-1
piiniel by Misses Hermine Kotzbau-.
er and Hazel Seymour of Summer-j
iield. and Mr. Crenshaw of Oxford,
a;itoed to Silver Springs last Sunday j
afternoon. While there they took a ;
motcr boat ride and were accom- j
panied on this trip by Mrs. H. A. j
Sevmour and daughter. Miss Alta
and a Mr. Peterson.
Transfer of furniture, trunks or
baggage. Careful moving of all
kinds. Two of the best teams.
Freight hauled or shipped to any i
place. Orders served at once, day orj
nizht. Thos. Johnson. Manager,!
i .
residence 20 W second St., phone j
'Xo. 241. 10-ll-6t
cut diamonds, and one pear

Why Pay


Another Refusal from the Governor
to Call Legislature in Extra Ses Session
sion Session to Amend Redisricting Act.
Tallahassee, Oct. 16. In the fol following
lowing following letter to Chairman Frank J.
Fearnside, of the state democratic
executive committee. Governor Park
Trammell declares that he does not
agree with Mr. Fearnside that the
congressional redistricting act is de defective,
fective, defective, and refuses to call an extra
session of the legislature for the
purpose of remedying the alleged de defects:
fects: defects: "I am in receipt of your 1 .ter of
the '.Id instant, requesting that J
convene the legislature in special
session for the purpose of having
corrected certain alleged defects in
chapter 64 72, laws of Florida, the
same being an act redistricting the
state into four congressional dis districts.
tricts. districts. In reply I beg to advise that
I do not share in the view entertain entertained
ed entertained by yourself and some others that
Florida's four congressmen cannot
regularly and legally be elected from
the four congressional districts
created and designated by the pro provisions
visions provisions of the said chapter 6472
laws of Florida; but, on the con -trary,
my opinion is that it will be be-p
p be-p roper, regular and legal for a. con congressman
gressman congressman to be elected at the gen- -eral
election to be held in Xovember
U14, to represent, after March 3,
lit 15. from each of the four congres congressional
sional congressional districts as therein designat- -ed."
Kendrick, Oct. 14. The Kendrick
Woman's Christian Temperance L"n L"n-icn
icn L"n-icn held its regular meeting Thurs Thursday
day Thursday afternoon, October 9th, in the
M. E. church. f
Opening songs: "Home Guards"
an l "Help Me to be True."
The president, Mrs. Boulware be being
ing being absent, the vice president, Mrs.
I. Bradford Webb led the devo devo-tionals.
tionals. devo-tionals. There was a good attendance and
one visitor. Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe of
The roll call was followed by the
reading of the minutes of the pre previous
vious previous meeting, which were approv approved.
ed. approved. The corresponding secretary was
instructed to see about the purchas purchasing
ing purchasing of literature for free distribu distribution.
tion. distribution. Following the business meetings
the fov.rth chapter in the life of Miss
WiRar l was read and discussed.
The next meeting will be held"
Thursday afternoon, October 23rd,
at the residence of Mrs. W. B. Liv Livingston.
ingston. Livingston. A cordial invitation is ex extended
tended extended to all. Julia H. Webb,
Press Superintendent.
From my place southwest of town
ai.out twenty head of chickens dur during
ing during the mont hof September. The
party who took them is known and
unless same are returned imme immediately
diately immediately proceedings will be institut instituted.
ed. instituted. C. P. Howell, Ocala. 10 15 3t
Moose meet this evening.


More ?


2 O

Masons meet tonight.

Moose meet this evening.
DR. W K. IjAXE Specialist, Eye
Ear, Xo?e tnd Throat. Office Law
'.ibrary Building, Ocala. Adv.
Mr. C. C. Meffert was an attend
ant at the citrus teminar in Gaines Gainesville.
ville. Gainesville. Try Gerig's Havana Smokers; 5c.
straight. 10-3-tf
Fresh oysters daily, "any style."
Merchant's Cafe, J. R. Dewey. 10-3-tf
So many people have called to do
business with B. Goldman, that they
have worn out the floor of his store,
and he is having a new one put in.
You should discard that straw hat.
See Waterman for the latest soft
hats and derbies. 9-22-tf
Fresh oysters daily, "any style.
Merchant's Cafe, J. R. Deuey. 10-3-tf j
GARDEXGLO, an extract that is
delicate, fragrant and a lasting odor, j
made hv Solon Palmer. $2 ner ounce.:
Same can be had at the Court Phar-!
10 10 tf
T. D. Bryan attended the school
of instruction of the Grand Lodge,
F. & A. M., in Lakeland, being a del delegate
egate delegate from the Ocala lodge.
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
A lot of new Hart, Schaffner &
Mark suits just in at Waterman's.
They're the very latest designs.
Come and look then over. 9-22-tf
A member of the Star force made
an auto trip to Inverness yesterday
afternoon, returning in the evening.
The Stokes Ferry route was travel traveled
ed traveled going down and the Dunnellon
route coming back. We would ad advise
vise advise anyone making the trip to take
the longer route, by Dunnellon. as
the road is much better and the
scenery prettier.
We have a complete stock of
trusses and are in positon to give
you a perfct fit in any style or size
you want. It" in need of one call at
ihe Court Pharmacy. 10-10-tf
party-of Mcintosh people in two
fine Buick cars were in town today.
The party was composed of Mr. and
Mrs. J. l. Price, fr. and Mrs. E. W.
Rush. Mrs. S. l. Rush, Miss Allie
Rush. Miss Ta Xorsworthy, Miss
Mvrtle Allen ail Messrs. Will Cam-
pron and M. N. Gist, the latter q.
.whom paid the Star an apprej
Judge Bell wants some game pro protective
tective protective glasses to wear when he goes
hunting under the new game law.
Somebody has proposed to paint the
mil- of the does and turkey hens
red, to keep the hunter from shoot shooting
ing shooting at them by mistake. When
either a deer jumps or a turkey
Hies, anybody who stops to decide
on the sex of the game is going to
miss a shot.
Professor Wiley of Fessenden
Academy has sent his wife and j
daughter to visit their relatives in
Good Things
To Eat
Green Maraschino Cherries
Red Maraschino Cherries
Knorr's Bouillon Cubes
Cheese in tins and glasses:
and Gorgonzola.
Apollinaries Mineral Water.
Pettijohn's Breakfast Food.
Graham Flour.
Pancake Flour.
Japanese Rice Cakes.
Brick Cod Fish.
Dried Herring.

PHONES t and 174.


And Attend the Football Game Mon Monday
day Monday Afternoon
The Ocala football team will meet
its old opponents, the Florida Scrubs,!
at the ball park Monday afternoon.
Game will be called at 3:30.
The Ocala line-up is Norton Davis,
captain; Ed. Green, Davies, All All-emand,
emand, All-emand, Dewey, Schoine. E. Small,
G. Davies. L. Blitch. Max Bogue,
William Camp and -Leslie Bostick.
Some of these are old champions,
others are new men. but all are
skillful and enthusiastic and have
trained industriously.
One of the troubles about former
football games has been that they
were played at the fair grounds,
which were too far out. The game
of Monday will be at the ball park
and convenient for all to attend. Let
our people turn out in force and
show appreciation of' the boys.
"Copper Row" is the name be-
i stowed on the four stores that have
! Yt o A noi' frATtc niif in in tho Mo t
AS M V UV. V 1 I pui 111 All l.ll
chants bIock
Their improvement
llc 1' luutva ui iiitr stifci aiiu
block immensely. Mr. Jos. W. Dodge
and his assistant have most elegant elegantly
ly elegantly lettered them all. Mr. Gerig's
handsome Ilexall signs catch eevry eevry-body's
body's eevry-body's eye.
Dr. Jno. G. Anderson, pastor of
the First Presbyterian church, and
Mayor Chris Matheson. an elder in
the church, went to Ocala Tuesday
to attend the semi-annual meeting
ot'of the Presbytery of Suwannee,
the sessions of which will include
Thursday. Gainesville Sun.
Mr. Fred W. Sigmcin and family
from Oxford, are visiting their par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Sigmon and
brother Lawson .1. Sigmon, at their
home, Oak Grove, South Lake Weir.
Messrs. John T.
Kyle of Oklawaha
Lewis and T. S.
were in town to-
For the Chautauqua Opens Tuesday,
Octoln'r 11, a. m. in flu- Board
of Trade Room i
The advance sale of Chautauqua
ison tickets opens next Tuesday
morning, it will be necessary tor
all Vori-ons whose intention it is to
attend the great Chautauqua to be on
hanl promptlv that they may secure
a aou seat, uut -tuu season ucKeis
wl1 be oitereu tor sale. nen inese
ire sold patrons must pay tne regu
lar door admissions. Single door
i admissions will be cents ana
cents for each attraction except Dr.
Conwell and the great singers, Sig.
and Mine. Berini. when the door ad admission
mission admission will be 7-1 cents for all ex except
cept except season ticket holders. On this
first sale, opening Tuesday morning,
reserved seats will be given to sea season
son season ticket holders free. After this
sale reserved seats will cost $1 extra
for th(? season. Remember, all sea season
son season tickets pledged on this first sale
carry the reserved seat for the sea season,
son, season, so be on hand promptly and
check off your seat. Also remember
that only 4 00 season tickets will be
offered. If you do not get in on the
4 00. you must pay the straight door
There will be over forty-five dis distinct
tinct distinct events for the price of one sea season
son season ticket.
Adult season tickets. $4. (carry (carrying
ing (carrying free reserved seat on first sale);
after first sale. season ticket and sea season
son season reservation will be $T.
Children's season ticket, giving
the child admission to the Junior
Chautauqua hours as well as all the
Junior sessions, $2.
The board of trade announces one
of the greatest Chautauqua programs
ever presented in the United States,
offering a list of the world's cele celebrated
brated celebrated artists. That everyone in our
city may have the opportunity to
take advantage of this inspiring
event, the price of season tickets has
been placed at a most insignificant
sum averaging about seven cents an
entertainment. These same artists
appear in all parts of the world for
from fifty cents to five dollars. The
program is very expensive and in
order that the Chautauqua shall be
a financial success, it has become
necessary to offer but the 400 sea season
son season tickets at the low price herein
mentioned. If you are not number numbered
ed numbered among the 4 00 and have to pay
tho hie-h door admissions it will be
because you failed to come out to the;

1 first sale of the season tickets at the
I board of trade rooms next Tuesday ;
i morning. J- D. Rooney. 1
i Secretary.

A Good Chance for the People to j
Pay Them for Some of Their j

Public Spirit
One evening toward the latter part J
of the month, the band will give a
concert at the Temple. The proceeds
will go toward paying rent on the
hall where they practice and other
The members of the band have
shown splendid public spirit all this
and other summers. Let the people
show appreciation by going to this
paid concert in force.
Coing Over the Coast Line from
South Florida to Chicago
Full carloads of cattle from South
Florida to Chicago are following
each other in rapid succession ovei
the west coast division of the Coast
Line. The Armours have bought
thirty-five carloads of South Florida
cattle for their stockyards.
Xew York, Oct. 10. The house
of bishops of the Protestant Episco Episcopal
pal Episcopal convention has accepted the res resignation
ignation resignation of three of its members.
The Right Rev. Lemuel Wells, mis mission
sion mission bishop of Spokane, and the
Right Rev. Wni. Crane Gray, mis missionary
sionary missionary bishop of Southern Florida
retired on account of age. The
Right Rev. Albion Williamson
Knight, missionary bishop of Cuba,
gave up active service in the church
to become vice chancellor of the
Fniversity of the South at Sewannee
Teiin. Bishop Wells is 7 2 years of
a 'ze
Bishop Gray is 7S.
Fourteen acres and five-room
house on the Silver Springs hard
road across the road from the Mar Marion
ion Marion Farms: new drilled well. The
property was sold for $l"0u and
buyer failed to make payment. Deed
is here and must be taken up. Its a
bargain. 1 will show you. David
S. Woodrow, real estate, Merchant's!
block, over Gerig's drugstore. 1 0-1 tf
Mr. C. H. Dame is home for a
brief visit from South Florida,
where he is doing noble work for
the Woodmen.
Mr. Boisseau. city ticket agent ol
the Seaboard, has put up a neat
train bulletin in front of the uptown
office, which is much appreciated by
the public.
Mr. J. B. Hayes has returned from
his buying trip to Xew York.
The Girl
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from Huyler's Soda Cocoa. It has a
Richness, Smoothness, Tastiness not
equalled in other soda cocoas.
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in Stock
Skilled Workmen in Repair

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Let us help you select an artistic color combination, and prove to
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13 "The Leopard's Spots."
1(J Xeil O'Brien Minstrels.
2G "Bought and Paid For."
0 Coburn's Minstrels.
1 "Divorce Question."
7j "The Shepherd of the
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21 Mary's Lamb Company.
27 The Spring Maid Co.
1 Smart Set.
23 Evan's Honey Boy Min-i
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4 1T0 13) Chautauqua.
14 Rose Maid.
19 Paul Gilmore.
Absolutely the best. Xo condensed
milk used. Pint 25 cents,. quart 40
cents, gallon, packed, $1.30. Deliv Delivered
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The man who does not PROTECT his family from
the hardships if he should die, does not deserve a
family. The FIRST DUTY of any self-respecting
man is to bank some money against death or sick sickness,
ness, sickness, or any unlooked-for calamity that may befall
him. If you have not realized this before, think it
over now. And by a few slight sacrifices on your
part, you can start a hank account that will come in
handy to you and your family some day.
We Pay 4 per cent Interest on Savings Accounts

Site ffi

of our service is its promptness.
You are waited on when you enter
the store. You are not urged to buy
We expect the character of our
to do the selling. So pay us a visit
no matter how little time you can
spare. The goods and prices ;Will tell
you lots and prompt attention will
enable you to buy as quickly as you
desire. But take longer if you Can.
Ocala, Florida

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We leave many grindstones unturned uor
knives hold their edges.
Driving a few nails won't batter down the heads
of one of our hatchets. Our tools will make you sing
while you work.
We sell the best there is in hardware, because
that is the best for you, and therefore best for us.

Marion lariwaire Co.

Phone 118, Ocala, Fla.





rPnntirmprl from First Paeei

identify as the scientific Dr. van En En-gelken.
gelken. En-gelken. and there were others al almost
most almost as well disguised.
By 7 o'clock the working men
were on their way and most of them
at work. Then came the ladies, in intent
tent intent on their task of feeding thf
toiling thousands.
The autos that had taken the mea
out came rushing back after the
provisions. Hundreds of ration?
had already gone forward, hundreds
more were in the rooms, and every
minute or two another car or buggy
or individual would bring in more.
The ladies were busy as bees and
much more amiable. Everything
had been planned and now it was
executed. The edibles were rapidly
packed in the cars and the willing
engines drove the tireless wheels
northwestward again. Blessed be
the man who invented the automo automobile.
bile. automobile. How in thunder would we get
along without it?
About i o'clock, all the provisions
were on their way. and the ladies
bright and attractive and happy as
lt.rks packed themselves into the

of much complaint ever since he has
been cn the board, and he gae it
his personal attention during the
day. One of the county road crews
with the county's road building ma machinery
chinery machinery worked here during the day.
A cut-off on the road just north of
the Haycraft home will make passing
on this route much better. There
were several sharp turns and jogs
in the road between the Haycraft
place and the Christian church. These
have been straightened out. and the
work of resurveying and placing
grade stakes, etc., along the route
was in charge of Civil Engineer R.

L. .Martin. The road along this point
had been tolerably well graded be before
fore before and it is now surfaced with
what is sail to be a splendid lime
rock material.
The workers on this and the next
northerly division took their mid mid-lay
lay mid-lay meal at the Shearer place and at
Fellowship school house, these sta stations
tions stations being in charge of Mrs. Bittin Bittin-ger
ger Bittin-ger and Mrs. Perdue.
The Lucius section, composed ol
the road between the nine and
ewelve-mile posts, takes in Fellow-

autos and sallied out on the road tcjship and LJerlm. The Da.i places in
put the crown on the undertaking, 'this section were gien special atten-



W. A. Pucket, 144 Bellwood Avenue, Atlanta,
Ga., hid $150 in a cigar box at the bottom of a
pile of wood. Thieves located it and Mr. Puck Puck-et's
et's Puck-et's savings disappeared in a moment.
Absolute security for your savings is afforded
by an account in
An active Depository for the United States.









About that time Mr. Rooney came
in. He had been all the way to
Morriston, and said the country was
out and hard at work all along the

tion during the day. the several hills

just beyond Fellowship being thrown j j

ap and resurfaced with a good qual quality
ity quality of clay and lime rock which was

line, and more men and teams arriv-, found in abundance in a number Oi
ins every minute. He estimated pits very conveniently located,
three thousand men at work. j The Berlin workers took their
Just outside the western limits of j dinner under the large oaks in front
the city is Superintendent Henry of the Seckinger home just west ot
Gordon with the regular road crew j the postoffice. with Mrs. Moorhead
which has been working for the past and her able assistants,
few months on the Ocala-Leesburg j Mr. Proctor had charge of the tiftb
road around Lake Weir. The road j section, which includes Blitchton,
in this particular section has been ; and vicinity. His crew had been
graded for some years and it only .at. work for several days on the road
remained for a complete resurfacing i several miles east of Blitchton and
to make it a splendid roadway. .Mr. 'the grades were thrown up in good
Gordon started his work just north shape for receiving the rock placed
nf thP rnnntv f;iir frvmirwl ami is there during the day. Mr. Wallace

moving northwestward to meet the had charge of the tilling in of a lowj
second section, which is working place just east of Blitchton and tak-j
this way from the five-mile post. ing the large roacks from the road j
The workmen on the first section at the top of the high hill a halfj
and those on the south end of the mile away. Rock for surfacoing atl
second section took dinner at the this point is secured from two pits. J

first dinner station located at the one east and one west ot Biitcnton,
three-mile post, under the supervis- and with the proportion of clay
ion of the ladies of the Ocala W. C. contained in both pits the road at
T. V. this point will no doubt be equal to
The three miles of road between any in the county after today's
the three and seven-mile posts is un- work.

der the direction of Mr. James R. Mr. Ben Blitch has charge of at

Moorhead. A large clay pit on the crew working at the rock pit west
Mcintosh hill right alongside the of Blitchton and also the one doing
road is the scene of much activity the surfacing for a mile westward,
as it is here that the filling material and he pronounces the material A
is being secured for the entire sec- 1 for the purpose. He is assisted in

tion. What is known as' the Mcln- the supervision of this division by i

tosh hill road just east of the Tay- Mr. C. A. Carter.
lor place was filled in to a good The workers just east and west
depth, the material being scraped of Blitchton took dinner at the
from the top of the hill and carried Blitchton school house. This dinner
to the low places on the north side was unler the supervision of -Mrs.
of the hill. This will make a splen- S. H. Blitch.
did road of what was formerly a The last section which reaches
most undesirable place to pass espe- from the fifteen mile post to the
cially in the wet season of the year. Levy county line is in charge of
After building up the grade on this Commissioner Watkins. He has as
piece of 'road it was surfaced with his two supervisors assisting in the
lime rock secured only a few hun- grading Messrs. C. H. Gray and E.
dre 1 yards from the road. S. Tyner. Mr. Gray has the east por-
-:mpIoyed in the gravel and lime tion. This entire section has been
pits in the neighborhood of the Tay- straightened and several furrows
lor place besides the teamsters there with a large plow has been run on
were possibly two hundred and fifty both sides thus making a strong
men. The spreading of the mater- shoulder to retain the filling and
ials is attended to here by scores of surfacing put in today,
men with hoes and shovels, mostly The material being used here is a
the former. This crew took dinner dark clay and sand mixture which is
at the second station in charge of the said to maTe splendid filling and

ladies under Mrs. Sistrank's super- reallv need very little rock to make

vision and located midway between a hard road.
the four and five-mile posts. Mr. Tyner's large crew is at work
Among the other enthusiastic on the last stretch of one and one one-workers
workers one-workers on this division were a half miles east of the Pleasant Hill
large squad of the Ocala Rifles with Baptist church which is located only
their picks, .-hovels and hoes. Many about a hur.drel yards from the
of them being used as a surveying Levy-Marion county line. A steep
corps, placing grade stakes and lines hill is being cut down about a mile
for the guidance of the builders east of the church and the material
when they reached the points at hauled to the low places on both
which grading became necessary. sides.
This division and the one north of a large number of teams and
it were dined at the stations of Mrs. workmen on this division were fur fur-Ditto,
Ditto, fur-Ditto, Mrs. McCIane and Mrs. Brin- nished by the Morrison Lumber Co..
son and their assistants. in Levy county, showing that these
The third division under Superin- people are as anxious for a good
tendent Priest devoted the principal road to Ocala as are our own.
part of the day at working what is a surfacing material was found
known as the Cottage Hill road near by Mr. Tyner near the road which
the Beck place. The top of the hill will in all probability be found to be
was graded down and the material the best on the route. I is a mix mix-used
used mix-used in filling in the road on both rare of lime and phosphate rock and
sides of the hill, which in rears past cay. Blasting was begun early in
it has seemed almost impossible to the morning and sufficient quantity
get in such shape that the roadway 0f jt had been secured to put a good
is not washed away by heavy rains, surface on the section over which
The heavy clay which comes to ir. Tyner has charge,
the top of the ground hre makes Mrs. Flora Morrison has charge
the road impassable ddring the 0f the preparations and serving of
rainy season, but with today's work the dinner for the two last sections
it is believed that this will make as Qf the road workers and its was
good stretch of road as we have in served at Stoke's Hammock, about

j the county. Mr. Ld Carmichael 'tv.o miles from the county line.
'chairman of the boarl of county
commissioners, was especially anx- aI the late snapes anfi shades in
ions that this place be i-nt in good fall hat? are 1ust in at Water-

Real Estate and Investments.
Merchant's Block

I can make the following loans on Ocala city
property at 8 per cent., principal and interest guar guaranteed
anteed guaranteed by me:
$1,200.00 for 3 Years at 8 per cent.
$1,200.00 for 3 Years at 8 per cent.
$ 500.00 for 3 Years at 8 per cent.
Interest payable semi-annually or monthly if you like.
Ocala property has an established value in spite
of the croakers.
See me if you have any money to in invest.
vest. invest. I will show you the property.



condition as it has been the source

If you want to build a new fence or repair an
old one, or if you want shingles, weather boards or
anything in the lumber line, ycu can o to no better
place than our establishment for your materials.
You can always depend upon getting the right stuff
at the right price from uf.




I guests of Mrs.

; evening.
15. Servicesj Mr. J. E. Hall

Marlowe Saturday

Buckingham, Oct. 15. Services! Mr. J. L. Hall made a business

were held Sunday morning and eve- trip to Fort Myers Friday.
ning by Rev. Hill. He has just re-j
turned from England where he spent! UIEX DAY AXD TCIGHT
the summer. Services next Sunday; Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
by Rev. Glaze. corner. Meals a U carte and lunches
Messrs. T. R. Ellis and Henry j at any hour. Adv.
Thomas went up Orange river fish-1
ing Saturday and brought back CHAPTER SO. 13, JC. A. 31.
fourteen pounds of trout. j Regular convocations of the Ocala
The ice cream supper given by Mr. jChapter No. 13, R. A. M., on th
and Mrs. Cotton was enjoyed by all j fourth Friday in every month at
the young folks. !l:S0 p. m. C B. Connor, H. P.
Mr. Reed has moved in the cot-j Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
tage recently occupied by Mr. Wil-j



Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union

of America, meets in Yonge's Hall

Miss Lena Thomas was the guest j
or Mrs. Thos. R. Ellis Saturday aft-j


Mr. A. Gardner made a flying trii on the second Thursday evening of
to Olga Friday. Ach montn Geo Xaylo- P.M.

iv w i i-i i

Air. ana .irs. jonn ueram ana;
Mrs. Ed Arndt were business visitor?)
in Fort Myers Friday. j
Mr. David Hall left Tuesday for!
Citra where he will spend a week. ;
Mr. G. D. Thomas is foreman on the!

Murphy grove until he returns.

Chas. K. Sage, Secretary.




Florida Seed Rye, per bushel $3.
Florida 90 Day Oats, per bu. $1.
S. C. Rust Proof Oats, bushel $1-



Get vcurs now. 0-22-tf

Mr. Staley and wife were thej






i likely with the occupation of most

i of them, a.s they are not sufficiently

I fortified to resist the guns of our
j warship. It is alo likely that the J
i United states would recognize and
i .-upi-ort the constitutionalists who.


It. II. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavenootl, IiiMiie .Manager'

are carrying on a successful war in

; the h'.e northern states. If war be-

J. II. lieiijainiii, Editor

Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as secon.I class matter.


it is not likely to end in less

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! It is

( Domestic)
One year, in advance
Six months, in advance...
Three months, in advance.
One month, in advance. .


, ( Foreign)
i One vear, in advance $S.0O
i Six months, in advance.... 4.25

l nree muiiiiis, m auiauce. . j

One month, in advance SO

The revelations at Albany are de

structive on both sides of the line.
Xever before has a legislative as assemblage
semblage assemblage been prostituted to such
base purposes as that to which the
Xev York assembly has been con condemned
demned condemned by the political necesities of
Murphy and Tammany Hall.
Xo sooner was it in session than
it began to defy public opinion. Par Partisanship
tisanship Partisanship ran riot. The leaders were
tlrunk with power. Murphy had
failed only by a small margin in
dominating a Tammany ticket for
president of the United States. He

had named a second time a Tam-'who Strayed the Union for gain or

many governor of New York. He

i self. It is ostensibly democratic but
it has repeatedly been a traitor to

the party, and to the nation when it
had a chance.
Some people labor under the de delusion
lusion delusion that Tammany was a friend
to the South during the war, but the

men who smuggled arms to the

South, and the men who lynched de defenseless
fenseless defenseless negroes during the draft
riots were actuated by the same
principles that instigate the prose-

J. Edwards in Tampa Tribune:
regrettable that the man who

said that ""a chafing dish is a stew stew-pot
pot stew-pot with a college education" did
not tell us what in Sam Hill a motor

cycle is.
"Why, a motorcycle is a rubber rubber-tire.l
tire.l rubber-tire.l jackass." says Speed Cop Bob
Malone who certainly ought to
know, because he rides one.
Regardless of what kind of a lo locomotive
comotive locomotive a motorcycle is associated
with, it certainly can't claim much
kin with an automobile. An auto automobile
mobile automobile goes on its all-fours, but a
motorcycle couldn't go on its all all-tours
tours all-tours if it wanted to.
Lot of motorcyclists around town
never stop to consider the capacity
cf a motorcycle; they talk about
horse-power, two cylinders and all
that; they expect a motorcycle to

controlled directly, through his hire hire-HjKs.
HjKs. hire-HjKs. and through the retainers of

his allv. Ilarnes. both houses of the stron"er as the -vears have Sl,e- bul
legislature. The power secured!51 has- if an'tllin- lost in honesty.

;t engthene.l his influence over the

Itcnr-h and ho began to exercise that j

powe r as soc n as the assembly met

cution of Sulzer. And southern men

have more esteem for the brave sol-' heaT as much burden as an automo automo-diers
diers automo-diers who met them on the battle- i runabout. They never consider
Held than they have for the traitors j Uiat a motorcycle has only half as

many tires as an automooiie rous-ter-botit
and hence no more than
half as much stability. They assume
that a motorcycle can carry Lizzie
on the tank or luggage-carrier just

as safelv as an auto will carry her j

on t;i

the cowards who were afraid to meet

i the stars and bars on the battlefield.

Tammany has waxed richer and

One judge wars impeached because

of crimes directlv affecting his fit-!

uess for the bench. He was a Tam Tammany
many Tammany judge and was promptly ac acquitted.
quitted. acquitted. A Tammany senator was arraigned

for bribery. The senate voted that i

Its name is a svnonvm for corrup

tion all over the civilized world. To i m'au m'au-belong
belong m'au-belong to it is a stigma on any man j rulers,
and it is a national reproach that it St lVs'

1; may be excelled in rottenness :
by feme smaller organizations, but j

jump seat" or in the ton-!

Even the most conservative
who hae expre:-ed them-
aJmii the danger in riding
but thev offset it by saying

l hey are careful. i

There are others far more cynical.


its strength makes it the most dan-! whu xviI1 that lho newspapers

aga:n and again. It was always.

' rtadv to knife the national ticket in

return for state and municipal graft.
1; betrayed Cleveland in 1SS4. and

ohlv Lurchard's break in the last ;

r:;u'nt slit-skirts and ask what good
I! tliis newspaper talk has done.

lit-skirts have come into popular i'

! 1

gcrous. Its existence has been onejar" all the time protesting against j
long scandal from the days of Tweed, matters which concern individual j

"it i,... t...M-n,i ,1,,, ,i,.,,.,.i s. i u'v ir ns u e cru.-aue ;

bribery did not disqualify a member ' i

of that body. The courts could not

nass upon that proposition, but the

impeached senator, was indicted, i
tried, convicted and sent to the pen-j

Thnn",!,.. ,.r.i days of the campaign saved the pany i

. from defttiT t i:k nrt ipart v n i. "'. i '-iin aas m.iih-.i ur.inu out.

with i

j porteu any

candidate except its tool Parker, the
worst defeated man except (Ireeley
that the democrats ever nominated.
Every democrat mav sincerely

fa or


anyway. Ocassionally, we

I to remark privately of course
bout slit-skirts, but since our

vide the spoils in in accordance

the necessities of Tammany Hall.
He had necessities of his own.
Voluntarily he had assumed person personal
al personal obligations in exchange for cam-

democratic presidential pv" 'i;iV(' to n:ie an opinion

on the subject.

oaicn contributions and personal tri-i

i t ,. . , wish that Tammanv was an out and
Lutes. He was preparing to take I
e . . , out republican organization, for its
care of his own household, so he

support is only to ne had in return

for a mercenary bargain and a stig stigma
ma stigma of dishonor that will turn the
decent people of the country against
any party.

broke with Tammany.
Tammany was enraged when it
saw slipping from its control the
spoils of victory, the offices for
Av"hieh it had innumerable unfit can candidates,
didates, candidates, the contracts which it pro proposed
posed proposed to distribute to its own re retainers,
tainers, retainers, regardless of the public in interests.
terests. interests. Road building is a mania in

New York, and fifty millions of dol-1

lars are to be spent under the direc- j
tion o'f the appointees of the gover-j
nor, and the governor refused to ap-j
jioint men satisfactory to Tammany, j
The record is the most humiliat-i
tnrv Vl .1 1 1 1 r I I i lrtn I' 1 1 1 (1 '1 1 i j 1 t i

J ll cil.tL litis v l i; t c .1 iccaicu lv,j
the public. It shows to what Tam-j
many Hall will reduce any province! There is talk in Pinellas county
over which the people extend its' about impeaching the commission commission-I.ower.
I.ower. commission-I.ower. It shows the character ofjer because they will not carry
men that can get Tammany nomi- Judge Robles' decision regarding the
nations. It shows how little regard j vvet or dr-v election to the supreme
Tammany Hall has for law, what court. It seems to the Star that it
great contempt Tammany assembly j would be a better idea to mandamus
has for free speech and a free press, j them and make them take the case
A minister of the gospel from the H- T5iere a" l? some law in
1.,'lnit rpvipws tliP nrncee.iinsrs stei Judge Robles' decision, that an elec-

j ..... ,

by step and sees in the record evi

It seems to the Star that after his
promise. Governor Trammell might
have notified the people of Marion

! county that he could not be present

today. Thousands expected him, and
while no doubt he had good reason
for not coming, it would have been
only ordinary civility to have sent a
telegram announcing that he could
not be here.

tion is not valid unless notice of it
is published in every paper in the
county, but the Star doubts that the
supreme court would affirm it.

dences of a political conspiracy to

destroy an officer that is an obstacle

to Tammanv progress. He was sub

jonaed and required to appear be-
fore the high and mighty assembly j Really, now. doesn't our esteemed
to justify his belief in the existence j contemporary, the Jacksonville Me Me-ef
ef Me-ef a corrupt conspiracy; a belief all j tropolis. think its overdoing the
but universal throughout the coun-J matter by its cartoon, representing
try. tnt state of Florida as a forlorn fe-
A witness is summoned to testify, male, weeping bitterly over the de de-He
He de-He declines to answer questions mise of J. R. I'arrott. .Mr. Parrott
propounded, and every court to was a mighty fine man and his
which he appeals is closed to him. friends will miss him greatly, but
The people of New York are told J not 1 per cent of our people knew
that the authority of the assembly is i him. let alone mourned for him.

Seriously, there has always been j

a certain indefinable thrill in risk risking
ing risking ha.zards. For hazzards some

how shock the nerves and produce

tense sensations. Risked too often,
however, they lose their fascination:
they become commonplace, no long-?
er exhilirating. They become, in
a word, too slow. They become too
slow just as the old-fashioned two two-steps
steps two-steps and waltzes have become too
slow for the chap who has accustom accustomed
ed accustomed himself to the "turkey-trot" and
the "tango." Cnsatisfied the chap
turns to stunts new and novel, to
deeds more daring more hazzard hazzard-ous.
ous. hazzard-ous. He wants speed. His over overwrought
wrought overwrought senses demand it.
Commissioners for public safety
have to curb this modern craving for
speed before the limit has been
reached. For the same reason that
the ordinance comittee of the city
council is going to revise the traffic
ordinances and limit the seating ca capacity
pacity capacity of a motorcycle. It will soon
define a motorcycle as being not an
automobile, but a saddled convey conveyance
ance conveyance intended for a single rider. In Incidentally,
cidentally, Incidentally, it is considering also pro provisions
visions provisions for brakes and tail-lights.

Tales of minor accident furnish'!

live gossip for loitering cyclists in
Tampa's all-night drug stores. Hard Hardly
ly Hardly a night passes but what some one
remarks. "Well, me and my girl fell
tonight and she skinned her ankle,"
or "she skinned her arm." or "she
tore her clothes."

Sorrowing motorcyclists! the death

knell is about to be sounded for his
speed and spooning spells. And the
"ruber-tired jackass" may seldom
be overloaded that's the word the
humane societies use overloaded.

plenary and that it is a delusion to i
say "arbitrary power exists nowhere j The St. Petersburg Times has just
in a republic." published a big special edition, filled
And so the Empire state the j with interesting reading, well print print-greatest
greatest print-greatest state in the American J ed and handsomely illustrated. It
Union is shown to be the conquer-is a fine advertisement for the Sun Sun-ed
ed Sun-ed province of a reckless oligarchy, j shine City.
In which perscraal property is to bej
sieized and distributed among the re-J Governor Trammell did not help
talners of Tammany Hall in the face j us on the Blitchton road, but the
of popular protest. In New York j Star never did think he could handle
there is an absolute failure of rep-' a shovel very well anyhow.

xesentative government, the com

pfele downfall of free institutions,
the nullification of the Bill of Rights

We will bet a nickel there won't
be a dozen bottles of liniment left in

a. condition of affairs as utterly irre-jthe Ocala drugstores by this time
cemclable with an American's con-j tomorrow.
ception of good government as is the i

condition of affairs in Turkey. St.! in case of war with Mexico, no one
Petersburg Independent. j need expect a whirlwind campaign
Tae Independent has sized Tam-j at the outset. Mexico probably has
zztany up correctly. It is an organ- j a larger army ready for offensive
fzation that is correctly represented operations than the Cnited States

Mayor J. D. Robertson.
Recorder L. T. Izlar.
Assistant Recorder Joseph Bell.
Council B. A. "Weathers, -presi
dent: J. H. Taylor, president pro
tern; E. C. Bennett, Baxter Carn, J.
V. Hood. E. T. Helvenston, G. A.
Carmiehael, F. G. B. Weihe, C. M.
City Attorney C. L. Sistrunk.
City Clerk H. C. Sistrunk.
Treasurer and Tax Collector W.
W. Clyatt.
City Engineer J. R. Moorhead.
Superintendent Light Plant J. C.
Superintendent Water Works .1.
A. Campbell.
Marshal A. J. Brigance.
Fire Chief H. S. Chambers.
Sanitary Inspector G. W. Cleve Cleveland.
land. Cleveland. Street Commissioner R obert

Ix.- the emblem of the tiger a beast

Not more than 30,000 American

t&at has strength and craft but not j troops can be put in operation at
a single redeeming trait. j first. War would begin with a
Tammany has always been for it- blockade of Mexican ports, and most

Fort King Camp Xo. 14 meets in
Yonge's Hall at S p. m. every second
Friday. Visiting sovereigns always
welcome. J. F. Thompson, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. Ad
Next meeting Friday night, Nov. 14.



BANK'S SERVICE to its customers is paor or excellent in ratio to its

ability to grasp intelligently the business requirements of those it serves
' and then to fully meet those requirements.

OUR IDEA OF BANK SERVICE is not the mere handling of money. We know
the business of this community thoroughly from personal contact and experience
EACH INDIVIDUAL BANKING HERE has our personal consideration. The well
known strength of this bank makes it easy to meet every legitimate requirement
of those whose business it seeks. We do this willingly, gladly, for we consider it
our obligation to those who have made possible this strong, reliable institution.
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Horticultural, Industrial and Domestic Exhibits
are making application for space every day,
and every indication is that this season's show
will be by far the best in the history of the
Special low rates have been
granted on all Railroads leading into
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i 1
I A Prophecy Which in
. Years lla Been Only
I ullilhd
Xew York World. March 1

A strange figure appeared in Wall
street on Monday morning and wan-! Eurek. Oct. 13. We are all trust trust-dered
dered trust-dered with the crowds that roared I ing for a good refreshing shower in

between the towering buildings. A
tall, strong man with brown, shaven
race, .apoieonic teatures and a sin-
gle fierce eye. The black slouch hat
was pulled down in front and turned
up behind. There never was a more
striking figure seen in the citadel of
the millionaires, nor one of deeper
significance. As he stood in front of j
the subtreasury grimly eyeing the :
office of J. Pierpont Morgan, a few j
men turned around to look a second
time at the dark, almost savage
countenance. But none in that vast (
restless multitude seemed to recog-
nip Senator Reniamin Rvan Tillman i

wno nau come to -ew iorK to write .1cuona1u were visitors to tne lat lat-up
up lat-up Wall street for the World. j ter's sister, Mrs. Sistrunk at Fort
"So that's where Morgan lives, McCoy, Friday. Miss McDonald re re-yonder:'
yonder:' re-yonder:' ; mained until Sunday morning.

The one eye burned with a sudden j
enthusiasm. The voice was shrill and
harsh. Then the senator turned and
gazed at Trinity church, standing
like a benediction at the top of the
"How much did you say Trinity
church had accumulated?'
"More than $ 1 011,000.000."
'"And so much poverty! So much
suffering! It's very strange."
With a sigh the senator strode
across the stock exchange, elimbe 1
to the gallery and peered down at
swirling, slirieking speculators
on the main floor. The lines in his
lace deepened.
I h o m
here before," he
nie as governor of
sell the bonds 01'
. v.ha! a horde of
'fie ;'.re the men
; mu; lered. "1 f
j South Carolina t
' mv .vtate. I i:n
j wolves they are.
111 :i : T Ar'l
I who ha e t h
nation by the throat."
i ro
for two days Senator Tillman
ibout in the strongholds of the
money kings of America searching
for tacts.
"There isn't a drop of patriotic
blood in tliis crowd." he said. "And
vet it writes the laws and controls
the policy ot tne eounir. .Nomina

but a revolution can overthrow the.stdiool together in brotherly love

j money po wer

We must try the bal-;Ve

! let box lirst. and then it we tan

but have said it on the Uoor of the -,un;0 to our younger generation of
senate. The American spirit is not ( the determined spirit of their an an-yet
yet an-yet .lead, thank Cod! and you fcl-! eestors and a guiding star toward
lows in Xew York will soon hear their eternal interests. We wish
from the south and the west." again to thank our Fort McCoy
And presently the senator sat i friends and trust that the blessings

down at Delmonieo's to see the
young and old bucks cat and drink
the wealth created by the toilers.
Whereat he returned to his hotel
and wrote what he had to say.
Oran:;e Si-ring
and Mrs. Wm. II.
. Oct. 1 L Mr Mr-lioynton
lioynton Mr-lioynton and Mr.
I-:. M r.oynton
were guests at
of Heliport. X. Y..
the5 Carleton
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Phillips, of
Xew York city, are visitors who ar arrive!
rive! arrive! lie re yesterday. They are reg-
tti a I i i.e i i j-, i i m i ii ii.
. i 1 1 : i I ... i
Mr. T. A. Sennette. of Ciira.
motored over to C)range Springs
Sunday in his new Ford car. He
was enroute to Palatka.
Mrs. Annie Wood, of Maine, is a
suest of Pilgrim Inn.
Mr. and Mrs. Fo wist on, of Hollis Hollis-ter.
ter. Hollis-ter. were guests of the Carleton
House last week.
Mr. Spencer E.
inuton. D. C. is
Burke, of Wash-
a visitor at
Mr. B. F. Delugo has returned
from a visit to his old home in Illi Illinois.
nois. Illinois. He was accompanied by his
uncle. His mother and sister are ex ex-petced
petced ex-petced to arrive soon to spend the
Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Munroe, stop stop-ed
ed stop-ed and spent the night at Pilgrim
Inn last week. They were return returning
ing returning to Ocala by auto.
Mr. Albert Bruner is very glad to
have his parents with him. They ar arrived
rived arrived here last Friday.
Rev. P. W. Peck left last Monday
to meet his family in Ocala and ac accompany
company accompany them to Clearwater, at
which place they expect to spend the
Miss Lois Massey left last week
for a short visit to her sister, Mrs.
Newsome Scruggs, at Hahira, Ga.
She will participate in the pre-nup-tials
and play the wedding march of
a life-long friend and classmate.
Mr. R. A. Carleton is having a
new roof put on his house, and also
other improvements are being made.
Mr. G. S. Wilson, of Iowa, is a
vicitnr hprp
r T,
Wis. J- II. I C5I.UU ir ru ui ins

visit from her mother. Mrs. Eigle. ; ringwornK tetter and other unsight unsight-of
of unsight-of Crescent City. j ly eruptions. Eczema Ointment is
a doctor's prescription, not an ex-

Iit. M K J 1. 7 ii LX LI 1.1 k.1 L VMLrAAI
t- or,i at,, t
Miss Gladjs. and son. Mr. Law-
rence Dean, and Miss Copeland.

friend, arrived last Thursday to
spend the winter. The Dean home
: east of the village, is indeed, a pret-.

ty place. We are glad to welcome!
this excellent family. Mr. Dean
spent last winter here made man-
! friends who are sorry to hear of his

seventeen Mr. G. W. Bond and Mr. J. T. J Coast Line will sell round trip tick tick-Partly
Partly tick-Partly Hickley. of Pennsylvania, are home-!ets to Ocala as rates minted h-W-

seekers who arrived here last week.!
as the farmers are',
much delayed in planting their fall
gardens, and our roads, streets and
sidewalks are really so very dusty
that our complexion looks Quite
dusky when driving or walking over
them. We would be thankful for a
visit from nature's street sprinkler.
Mr. I. M. Hinson was a caller in
Ft. McCoy on business Tuesday,
We are sorry indeed to learn that
there has been no favorable change
in the condition
who is quite ill.
of Mr. H. Rainer,
We hope he will
soon De on tne road to health again
Mrs. F. M Ham and Mis? Annip
E. S. Smith came up Sunday
Kenwood for a short visit to
her daughter, Mrs. I. M. Hinson.
She left Monday enroute for her old
home at Fairfield, to visit another
of her daughters,
Mrs. L. M. Sher-
Mrs. Wingate and two children, of
Orniond. Fla.. are up on a visit to
Mrs. Wingate's aunt and uncle, Mr.
and Mrs. II. Rainer.
Mr. W. E. Hill was a Sunday vis visiter
iter visiter here. He was accompanied by
his brother
Oris Hill.
Miss Oldia Hinson and Mrs. I. M.
Hinson attended the cane-grinding
at Mrs. J. X. Brinson's Tuesday af-'
Mr. .lames Marsh attended Sun-'
day school here last Sunday.
The Fort McCoy Sunday school
came oer to present the Eureka
Sunday school with the banner
which it won in the contest, and I
will say in behalf of our school that
rlie manner of presentment was
very much appreciated by us. We
were glad to have them with us, and
trust, that it will not be a great
while before we can all meet togeth-'
er asrain, hecause it
brings both
proud of our banner and
here it will alwavs stand as a me
of our good Maker will rest and
abide with them. Amen!
A. Hal-
j Elect ra, Oct. 14. Mrs. R
'ford an:! Mrs. G. A. Sellars have j
i .lone to Stuart, to visit friends and;
I relatives. j
Mrs. Tobe Caldwell has gone to j
I Tangerine to vitdt her son, Mr. T. C.
i Caldwell.
y r G Prant has been moving
! oranges the past week. j
Mr. David Sellers and Mr. llosea.
Sellers were callers in the Brick City.
Rev. Latter field filled his regular
appointment Sunday.
Mr. O. E. Caldwell has returned
form a business trip to Tangerine.
The frineds of G. J. Halford are
ulad he is able to be at work agin.

Weirsdale. Oct. 14. Mr. J. Rehearing will be destroyed forever;
Procter, of Ocala, was here on road; nine cases out of ten are caused by

1 business tne past weeK.
Rev. J. A. Eosan is attending the
ill meeting of the Florida Presby
terv. which is in session at
Mr. Lee Lytle has purchased from
Mr. E. Schnitzler the machinery for
packing fruit, from his old pack
ing house. Mr. Lytle is moving and
installing the same, to be ready for
handling his splendid crop of fruit.
Mr. John R. Davis, of Shawnee,
Ohio, is expected as a visitor at the
home of Mr. Frank Henderly.
Mr. Proctor, clerk at the Douglas
Bros.' store, has resigned his posi position
tion position there and accepted a more re remunerative
munerative remunerative one elsewhere.
We understand why the people
around here are looking so hungry;
thpv arp nrenarine for'
these days
that big supper
the ladies are to'
give on Friday, Oct.
Presbyterian church.
The soothing, healing medication
MENT OINTMENT penetrates every tiny pore of
the skin, clears it of all impurities
stops itching instantly. Dr. Hob-
! son's Eczema Ointment is guaran
t j ,j;i,. oTa
periment. All druggists or by mail
voi- p,4mii rn Phiio.
aieiphia and


Atlantic Coast Line Special Rates to
Marion County Fair
i Un Nov. 25 to 2S. the Atlantic
'.Archer $l.S'
Altoona .
Alachua .
! Boardman
; Brooksville
Qenter pjjjj j
! P-
i Landier .6i
j citronelle i 30
: Crvtal 150
!p rl Kft
Dunnellon 1 05
o.-. in
Dade City 2.05
Edgar 1.70
Floral City
Fot WM 2
Gainesvile 1A5
Grand Island
Hernando .
Hawthorne .
Homosassa .
Hish Snrings.
Juliette .
Libson .
La,v Lake
Lake City .
Martin ....
Mcintosh .
McAlpine .
Mcrriston .
Mt. Dora .
Micanopy .
Xew berry .
Orange Lake
Oklawaha .
O'Brien . .
Pine Mount
Ro-helle .
2. SO
San ford 2...J
Sorrento 2.20
Tavares 1.60
Trilby 2.05
1'matilla 1.S0
Weirsdale !0
Webster 1.S5
U'illiston 1.50
Return Limit: November 20th,
(up to and including this date.)
Fares for Children: Tickets for
the transportation of children five
J'1'3 Ul
be sold at one-half the above fares,
sufficient to be added to make total
fare end in naught or five. Each
i coupon ot eacn sucn tieicet to oe
plainly marked, stamped or punched
"i." E. M. NORTH,
Asst. Gen. Passenger Agent.
Gen. Passenger Agent.
by local applications, as they cannoi
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deaf-
mess, and tnat is oy constitutions
'remedies. Deafness is caused by a.n
in darned condition of the mucous lin linking
king linking of the Eustachian Tube. When
this tube is inflamed you have a
rumbling sound or imperfect hearing
jand when it is entirely closed, deaf deaf-jness
jness deaf-jness is the result, and unless the in in-I
I in-I lamination can be taken out and this
itube restored to its normal condition, u .u n uu-niuS
flamed condition of the mucous sur-
. faces
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
j Hall's Catarrh Cure,
;lars, free.
Send for circu
J. F. Cheney & Co.. Toledo, Ohio
Sold bv druggists. 75 cents.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con constipation.
stipation. constipation. Ad
The cigar makers'
Havana Smokers.
Ocala Loage No. 19.
30 p. m. at
held every Monday at
Castle Hall, over the Jams Carlisle
drugstore, a coraiax welcome to vis
iting brothers. D. W. Tompkins, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. R. S. Ad
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
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine. It stop the
Cough aud Headache and works off the Cold.
Druggists refund jnon'7 if it fails to cure.
E. VV. GROVIS o sii.iiaiure c-a e3cli box. ZS.


I have just opened up my new
garage on North Main street, and
solicit a share of the patronage of
ar owners in Ocala and surrounding
ierritory. The repair department
is prepared to do all kinds of auto automobile
mobile automobile repairing on short notice.
Xone 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
T. C. LuicMe,
Building formerly occupied by Idea.
235 or 388
when you want a
First-class Plumber.
I am prepared to
do all kinds of Steam
and Gas Fitting.
J- W. Akin,
S. Osceola Si. Ocala, Fla
Mclver & MacKav
Funeral Directors
Fine Csskfts aid Banal Robes.
I. R. JlclVKR and O. V. ROBERTS
Funeral Directors
All Work Done iy Licensed Em Em-balmers
balmers Em-balmers and Fully Guaranteed
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Our courses include Shorthand
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studies of Touch Typewriting, Pen Penmanship,
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Rates are one dollar per week in
advance, each student to furnish.
text books, note paper, ink, pencils,
etc. Studenets are not charged for
the use of typewriters.
Call on or write.
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Room No. 1, Merchant's lilock,
Hours: 7:30 to 9:30 p. m.
We can save you money on your
Furniture and Household Furnisli Furnisli-ng
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new and second-hand furniture.
We make a specialty of the IN INSTALLMENT
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Try our method, you will like it.
Second-Hand Furniture Bought at
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IJetween Market and Laundry
9-11 dly
Phone 481. OCALA. FLA.

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make their future home. They came f,- .gf ;
down from Thomasville several j
weeks ago and have been visiting T7T T"V FT i 5 T I
tw,Ire3.J0a, ttjt tq) hil(snciftmT70(Ci m

m kfl n n rt

10t ) L.. Armour v uctu 6C" tif I I I I fi I UVfl X WJ LVVLLJTUNiJi V n


(If you have any items for this department


. . . .. .....-... The vounz 'sonJ of Mr. and Mrs

rwVi'vr'.-t-. ..--- i

n L. Armour uas uccu gi'u -"

"name-James Andrew for his grand

father, Mr. LA Wa-Uers,

Reception to Mr. and Mrs. Cullum
A special from Batesburg, S. C,
tn thp Columbia State says:

On Friday evening. October 3. the Co,emans wni Mak
T T ft . M Tin f Vi k cnOTlOt

nome oi l. l. iuuuui

Mrs. W. H. Coleman came Home

of a lovely affair a reception to "L.

D. Cullum. Jr.. and his bride of a
few davs, who was Miss Clifford

Pvles of Ocala. Fla. The lower floor ;

had been transformed into a beauti- j physicians in Tampa advised that.

with Rev. and Mrs. J. B. Ley on
Fort King and are taking their
meals with Mrs. T. M. Moore.

e a Protracted


Miss Minnie Stovall has received

her Hupmobile from Tampa, which
was shipped there fpm New York
after she and her father, Editor
Wallace StovalLJtiai concluded their
ripliehtful stav in New York. They

, 0
I a nnninvimTitaii' ?.fino miles

yesterday afternoon from Tampaand j thg loofcs nQne the worse

Pry Goods lepfflFtaieill

ful effect, green and yellow in the

hall, green and white in the drawing

for a complete recovery, it will be

necessary for Mrs. Coleman to spend

11U1I f-j V. X,
room, autumn colors in the sitting j at least six months in a cold climate.

room, pink and white in the dining Rev. Coleman, pastor of tne unris unris-room
room unris-room and green and white in the tian church, will ask Sunday for
room in which the presents were 1 leave of absence from his church and
displayed. ; will leave Monday afternoon with his
Comstock's orchestra of Columbia wife and son for DesMoines, Iowa,
furnished music during the evening, j Mrs. Coleman's childhood home

no trusts were welcomed at the!where they will remain until she

iuv nvv i

for wear.


door by Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Holman
and Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Edwards,
while Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cullum at
the drawing room door introduced
them to the receiving line.
Those standing in the receiving
line were: L. D. Cullum with Miss
Lizzie Cullum, Mr. and Mrs. L. D.
Cullum, .Jr., Miss Katherine Pyles, a

has regained her health.

The many friends here of th

familv will be sorry to learn that

they will be so long away from
Ocala but hope the change will be
of much benefit to Mrs. Coleman.
Mr. Coleman is entering on his
seventh year as pastor of the Chris

tian church, on an indefinite call. I

"Mr -a-nd"Mrs. F. L. Wartmann j

have returned to tneir nome m
Citra after a pliant visit of sev several
eral several weeks with fteir son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Cox
in Atlanta..
Mrs. Henry E. Schoeflin and
daughter, Antohe, after several
days' visit inbcaJa with relatives,
j T V ,S 1 T t -ft si 1

returned to inerr nuine ai r"u:iu



sister of the bride, with Virginia His relations with the church have
Cullum; Miss Mildred Pyles, another j ueen most pelasant and his work
sister of the bride, with L. Curtiss i has been most satisfactory and the
Cullum: Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Brad- j church has prospered under his pas pas-ham,
ham, pas-ham, Mr. and Mrs. C .E. Jones. Misstorate ir. Coleman has considera considera-Constance
Constance considera-Constance Cullum with W. T. Tar-! ijie property here, this is his home

rant. Miss Lucile Cooner with L. L. : an(j the family will return as early

Rushton. Mrs. S. J. Cullum of Au

srnsta with Dr. C. M. Cain. When

the guests had finished speaking to j
those in the receiving line they were j

at the sitting room door and here
they were greeted by Mr. and Mrs.
M. W. Perry and asked to have
nunch which was served from a

most beautifully appointed table by

as possible.

Two (iood Kindergarten Schools
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Loveridge.
who live in North Ocala, have taken
a great deal of interest in the school
to be established in that part of
town, and have built a room adjoin-

--- ..., in? their residence ior a Kiuut-i-

Misses Annie Rutland, tinei nu n school which is belng con.
Gladys Smith. Kathleen Tarrant An-jducte(1 bv m Frances RowJey
abel Whitten. Emma Bodie ej afternoon

Timmerman and urate ousm. "" niCr, rnnrtnrt an-

I other school at the same place they

occupied last winter, back of Mr.

T. Gary's residence. The young la ladies
dies ladies have been very successful in
their work. There are fourteen lit little
tle little tots at the North Ocala school
and seventeen in the up-town school.
Mr. and Mrs. Loveridge have been
untiring in their efforts to make the
school a success, not only building

guests' register was also in tnis
room and was presided over by Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. Cullum.
Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Watson con conducted
ducted conducted the guests across the hall to
the dining room and here they were
welcomed by Mr. f nd Mrs. T. B.
Kernagan and served cake and
cream and mints by Misses Kathleen
Glover, Eunice Smith, Lois Kerna-

ghan, Louise Cooper .mo the room but turnishing it and giv
Timniornian and Rose Manatte. . .

11 1 ---

ling the use of the yard for play-

As the guests left the ninS room &
souvenirs, cigars for the men and a make a

miniature jewel tray, with a dove on

each side supporting a wedding ring

crivon thpm bv Misses Mary

MCiV O-" ---w
Whitten. Fredrika Cullum, Frances

Cullum and Virginia Cullum.

ren of both schools will make a dis

play at the fair next month.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Weigel arriv arrived
ed arrived in St. Augustine yesterday on

. I thoir wnv hnnip from their wedding

Mr. and Mrs. a. r,. trip, most of which was enjoyed at
presided in the present rom and x y Mr. and Mrs. Weigel


Among the workers may be seen
people from all sections of the coun county
ty county from Summerfield to Citra. and
from Dunnellon to the eastern boun boundary.
dary. boundary. To have heard Jim Moorhead issu issuing
ing issuing orders for his two hundred

workmen one would think that
building eighteen miles of road in a
day was his regular job.

It is to be hoped that "Clabber
Hill" will in the future be referred
to only in the most pleasant ol
terms to make up for the volumes
of unpleasant references made to it
in the past few years.
Divide the ten-hour running ca capacity
pacity capacity of Herbert Jones, car by the
round trip distance to dinner camp
No. 3 and you will find the distance

traveled by him today.
A telephone message at 1:30 p.
m. from Station 2 on the Blitchton

road said they had a big happy
crowd for dinner and that the work
was going on splendidly.
Too much cannot be said in praise
of the excellent work of the Marion
county women toward the building
of the Blitchton road. Withou"
them there would have been a short
story of the affair.

The members of the Ocala Rifles

showed by their work

All Colors, All Styles.

Ruff, V-Neck and Middy Styles.

In Link Knit which wears best.
They are just the thing for school, automobiling
and out-door wear.



j hi!


i II nil

I o .-So


i Mini


Masters C.

Hoesc oil QmaMtty


bade the guests good night

On Thursday evening the Rev.
and Mrs. N. N. Burton, grandpar grandparents
ents grandparents of the groom, entertained in
honor of the bride and groom. Mr.
and Mrs. L. D. Cullum. Jr.
Misses Katherine Pyles and Mil

dred Pyles. who have been guests at j

the home of L. D. Cullum ior sev several
eral several days, returned to Brenau. where
they are students, on Wednesday.
Columbia. (3. C. State.

were recently married at Ocala, but

will make their permanent home in
Jacksonville, Mr. Weigel being one
of the well known and popular con conductors
ductors conductors on the Florida East Coast

Railway. While in St. Augustine
thev are guests of Mr. Weigel's

brothers and sister. Mrs. Kate Can Can-ova.
ova. Can-ova. St. Augustine Record
Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Robinson
expect to leave Saturday afternoon

tnr :i fpw davs' visit to Savannah

Miss Mattie Williams of Ocala. iSjGa while away their sweet young

py until every corner of the county j
has one just like it. Generosity j
should have been the doctor's mid-j

today that ; die name.

n- at th& front in

times of trouble, but also in timesj There is no better section of farm-j
!ing land in the country than that!
. traversed by the Blitchton "'built-in-i
Kven Jack McCully. the Marion a-day" road. j
countv corn demonstrator, left his j
t uith thP workers. The materials used on the differ-.

which shows the great importance ent sections of the road tor surtac surtac-he
he surtac-he attaches, to the event. j iS will be carefully noted by the
mm 'county road builders for future ref-j

A photograph of Ardis Waterman, erence.
. l- Plinn anil

Cliff Anderson in road building tog-1 Mrs. E. Carniichael contributed
gerv would be eagerly sought and it thirty dinners to the good Blitchton

our artists fail to get one it is their road cause toaaj. ui

For Framing

daughter Lucile, will visit ner

grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. M.


Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Bridges, who

have been staying with Mr. and Mrs.
T E. Bridges since coming to Ocala

several months ago. have rooms now

I theater!

Four Reels Figh Figh-Class
Class Figh-Class Motion




enjoying a week's stay in Jackson-,

ville. the guest of Mr. and Mrs. B.
W. Blount. Miss Williams" wedding,
which occurs early in November.

will be a pleasant society event oi A p clark and family, formerly

the month in Ocala. Times-i nion. moved into their

. 1 c 1 r

(home recently purcnaseu nuui .inw

Fussell. Mr. Clark will open a pho photograph
tograph photograph gallery in this city. Lees Lees-burg
burg Lees-burg notes in Tribune.

Tampa is preparing to have a Y.

W. C. A. educational department

and one of the promoters of the or

ganization is Miss Georgia Borger.
one of the most capable educators

in the state. Miss Borger will teach

In speaking of the parties being
given for Miss Fay Parker, whose
marriage next Tuesday to Mr.
Eugene Knight will be a beautiful
event in Tampa, the Times says:
"Friday afternoon from 4 to 6
o'clock Miss Ruth Nelson will be
hostess at another shower for this
charming bride-elect. Miss Parker,
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. K.
Nelson. Hyde Park Place."

Those telephones erected at inter intervals
vals intervals along the route were a great
convenience and the thanks of the
whole county are due the Ocala Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone Company for the service.

the station and then


helped serve

In Waterman's show window last

night appeared a pick, shovel, hoe

! i on i nn plpant assort-!

nient of raiment, with the sign: "We
fell the clothes but use the tools on

Verv few people in and around j the Blitchton road." Ardis made
". amirnarhPrt to heln S the sign good ; he was out on tne

the cause refused, and the few who j road with a shovel early this mom-;

predicted failure beforehand willjing.
, ninntinn thoir nTPfllC-l

" Marcus Frank and Siebert Davis
tion. j j

. nf "Frank s were among me ioau.

That smile of Rooney's was an! workers.

inspiration to everyone on the route

Tlu Hrowns Stndr Astitlosy

Uuildiiij: the Chattanooga Light and

rower Dam at a Cost of
The Moonshiners' Mistake
The Jury's Verdict
John Bunnj- ami Flora Finch in
"Hubby's Toothache"


6:30 to 10 p. m.

1 5 and 10 Cents

It was one of the brand that "won't

come off."

The admirable manner in which


We have just received the most beautiful lot of
PICTURES for framing that have ever been shown
in Ocala.
The subjects are in colors and steel engravings
and are by well-known artists. The prices range
$3.00 to $8.00 Per Copy.
Come in and make your selection while the as as-sorment
sorment as-sorment is unbroken.
Also a lot of framed pictures, in different sub subjects,
jects, subjects, from 50c to $8 each.


Phone 19.

Ocala, Fla.

The city street force has been at
work on Exposition street today.

Alderman Fred G. B. Weihe ofj

. . u c t pntnniitiep was t

?pvmnnr handled ner noruun iu ui .v

of the work of overseeing the "eats- j road worker today.

caused favorable comments every



Mr. P. H. Compton. of the Ocala
Coca-Cola Bottling Works, left today
for Orangeburg. S. C. to spend tn
davs with his family who have been

there for six weeks

That husky crowd from the Mar-
11 mi nn ttio

mm i ion Hardware l,o. w

The hearty manner in which our road today.
.,,c-t fnr holn was resnonded to

bv the people of Levy county in this! Will Stripling rode a Prancing
affair cannot be too highly com-! steed to the road this morning. WW
mended. One firm alone donated" won't feel like doing much prancing
teams and workmen which would himself for a day oMwo.
have cost hundreds of dollars to se-j
All the big force of the big Mc Mc-cure
cure Mc-cure o
, j Iver & MacKay store was out on the

Lee Ballard wielded a shovel on ( road.

Thev will then the Blitchton road today.

Leon Fishel led his store force in

vr'" i Judge Gober was seen to go out work on the road today.
j at r c unrtanri Mi-'to the scene of action, but the Star j

were numbered irtnong the out of he got m o ni, ui-..

town shoppers today. ihimseif wun a pick or u,.. ...
' haps the judge
Miss Ruchabelle and Masters Rob-:
."I. x.,- e,,oe vMterdav for' Now that there is a good road to

en auu i --

where their parents will Blitchton. Dr. .Blitch wont be hap-

Uress Maker.
209 Orange Ave.

Jacksonville's Finest
Florida's Largest and Best Year
Round Hotel
The Hotel you take your Mother, Wife or Sister to
Home Hotel of the State

European Plan SI. 50 Per Day and Upward
A. M. Wilson, Thos. M. Wilson,
Jacksonville, Florida







urn im Mi




You -will find the largest and most
varied line tf
on display at his store.

They are showing all the newest novelties in
Brocaded Silks and Repps.

Don't buy anything in the
Ready-to-Wear line till you see
what they are showing.

There is only one difference
between trading at Frank's and else elsewhere,
where, elsewhere, their prices are the very







United State

is TeniiKrar3'

.Mexico City, Oct. 16. That the

j crisis in the situation between Mex Mexico
ico Mexico and the United States, which was
almost reached yesterday, is only
! temporarily delayed was the feeling
! here last night between Mexicans
; and foreigners. When the next de-

Ieci!ion of the Court on Article 4
Makes His Acquittal Doubtful
Albany, X. Y., Oct. 16. It is like likely
ly likely that the fate of Governor Sulzer
will be known by tonight.
When the high- court of impeach impeachment
ment impeachment adjourned last night, it was
said the final vote probably would
be taken this afternoon. No official

' velopment will be reached is the information of this report could be
'question al lare asking. Charge Nel- obtained, however, as all the delib delib-'son
'son delib-'son O'Shaughnessy professes to ex-; erations of the court were in secret.
pect no reply whatever to the Wash- j The court decided that Article IV.
'ington memorandum and the foreign; was broad enough to cover the Peck
I office says there will be none for the j testimony in the trial of Governor
!time being, but still is regarded as j Sulzer, and decided that it was un uncertain
certain uncertain that the American govern-j necessary to amend the article or
ment's notification regarding future j to ask the assembly to draw a new
'action will not be the termination j one. No mention was made of the
'of the action on the part of the Mex-j Morgenthau testimony in the opin-
ican government. i ion of the court, which was read by
j j Judge Cullen.

The United States civil service
commission announces an open com competitive
petitive competitive examination for railway
mail clerk, for men only, on Nov Nov-vember
vember Nov-vember 19, 1913, at the places at
which city delivery has been estab established
lished established in the states of Arizona, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. Iowa, Louisiana, Montana, Miss Mississippi.
issippi. Mississippi. Nevada, North Carolina.
South Carolina. Virginia. Wyoming
and at Honolula. Hiawii. From the
register of eligibles resulting from


Winter is fast approaching and
the time for more frequent fires
from carlessness or accident comes
with it. Persons without fire cards
in their house are liable to be the
sufferers in case of fire. The mem members
bers members of the fire department knows
the numbers of the plugs and where
they are located but do not know
where everyone lives.
When an alarm is sent in an-

this examination certification will j nouncing a fire at Mr. Smythe's
be made to fill vacancies as' they j home it takes the department longer

; may occur in this position in the j to get out because they must stop

states and territorv named above at and find out where it is located,

j$9nn per annum, unless it is found! while if the alarm is sent in as be be-to
to be-to be in the interest of the ser-!ing at a cetrain plug they know

I vice io fill any vacancy by reinstate-I where to go and thus save a great
ment, transfer, or promotion. deal of time and loss of property by
Onlv persons who are actual bona-; being able to get to the scene early

j 'fide residents of the states and ter-j instead of waiting a long time to get
i ritory named above will be admit- information as to just where the fire

Sickness Comes Unannounced y
Depend Upon The
TO AIR you.
When some one in your home
is suddenly taken ill, then is
the time to depend upon the V
Court Pharmacy to aid you &
in every possible way. our w.
telephone call will be prompt-
ly responded to. Prescrip- $
tions called for, filled and de-
livered quickly. Your doc-
tor's orders carried out with
absolute fidelity and detail. I
No matter what your want Y
may be or what the ocassion y
is, phone to the Court Phar- !jp
macy and you will be sure of Y
receiving right service. f

I The Court Pharmacy





Lost Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar local Needs.
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 SALE A lot of shafting
hangers. Apply at Star office. 9-30tf

The Ocala Lodge No. 699, Loyal
Order of Moose, meets each Thursday
evening at 8 o'clock in the Moose
building. Visiting brothers are in invited
vited invited to attend our meetings.
Geo. F. Mershon, Dictator.
E. L. Stapp, Secretary.


North Sanchez street 2 homes lot
120x205; must sell together r sej sej-erate;
erate; sej-erate; make me an offer quick. E.
R. Damoth, 207 Hodges building,
Detroit, Mich. 9-22-lm

FOR SALE 350 acres cutover
pine land with railroad siding, shan shanties
ties shanties and good well of water; good for
vegetables and vine growing; price
$10 per acre; three miles from Dun Dun-nellon.
nellon. Dun-nellon. For information write J. G.
Baskin, Dunnellon, Fla. 9-30-lm

FOR RENT Six room cottage
with bath, etc., corner Watula and
South Seventh streets. Apply at
Southern Express Office. 9-4-tf

WANTED At once, man with
family for general farm work Ap Apply
ply Apply II. H. Whit worth. 9-25-tf

w - - - li

ted to this examination.
Competitors will be examined in
thf following subjects, which will
have the relative weights indicated:
1. Spelling (I'ii words of more
than averaxe difficulty. K.

2. Ariihmetic (addition, subtrac-1
tion. multiplication and division, of
whole numbers, and common and j
decimal fractions), 20.
;. Letter writing (a letter of not (
less than 15 0 words on some sub- j
ject of general interest. Competi-j

; is.
If you haven't a fire plug number
in your home, you should phone or
j write the chief of the fire depart depart-;
; depart-; ment at once and get one.
I We don't know where you live
I; but we do know where'the plugs are
j located, when called by number.
H. S. Chambers,
! Chief Ocala Fire Department.


The Texas Wonder cures kidney

The following schedule is not paid
for, but is primed for the information
of the public. The railroads are re re-(4Us;ed
(4Us;ed re-(4Us;ed to send in i.orrections when whenever
ever whenever necessary.
Southbound Arrive Leare
No. 3 1:05 p.m 1:25 p.m.

No. 9 (Limited)... 2:30 p.m.
Xo. 1 1 : -5 am.
Xo. 2 2:25 a.m.
Xo. 4 12:50 p.m.
No. 10 (Limited) .4:20 p m.

The limited leaves Jacksonville at
11:30 a. m. and arrives In Tampa at 6
p. in. It leaves Tampa at 1 p. m. and
arrives in Jacksonville at 7:30 p. m. It
stops only at Turkey Creek, riant City,
EAvle City, W'ldwood. Ocala, Starke
and Waldo

2:33 p.m.
1:40 am.

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

FOR RENT A seven room house
in good condition with every mod modern
ern modern convenience. No. 411 South Wa Watula
tula Watula street. Apply to the Star of office.
fice. office. 1019-tf

FOR RENT A six-room cottage
at SO 9 Tuscawilla street, across from
the primary school building. Apply
to Dr. R. D. Fuller at his office over
Munroe & Chambliss Bank. 10-6-tf

COTTAGES FOR RENT For col colored
ored colored people; conveniently located in
desirable part of town; all new; $6
and $8 per month. Apply to "W"
care Star. 10-15-tt

BOY WANTED Fine opportunity
for an intelligent, manly boy of good

Southbound Jax. and t. Petersburg j habits. Must be energetic and will-

Arrive Leave

tors may select either of two sub-J and bladder troubles, dissolves grav-

rivent, 2(l. i ei, cures uiaueieo, ea ituu ihujc


s is'

Penmanship, (the legibility, j backs, rheumatism, and all irregular-

Broadway and 14ttt street. Union Square.

ities of the kidneys and bladder in
both men and women. Regulates
bladder troubles in children. If not
sold by your druggist, will be sent
by mail on receipt of $1. One small
bottle is two months' treatment, and
seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send
for testimonials from this and other
states. Dr. E. W. Hall. 292G Olive St..
St. Louis, Mo. Sold by druggists. Ad


Clean, Comfortable, Convenient and
Home Like Hotel, on the Amer American
ican American and European Plans.

American IMan, per day and up.
European Plan, $1 per day and
up. -Special Weekly Rates.



Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S.,

meets at Yonges hall the first Fri-j

; lav evening at 7:30 o'clock and the

third Friday afternoon at 3:30, of
each month.
Mrs. Emma C. Burnett, W. M
Miss Florrie Condon, Secretary.


Don't Pay More
than necessary for a DeGvery Wagon.
Special introductory price to one
firm in each town
Write quick for Price List A with
large cuts. Secure this bargain.
Tell us -what you want. We can make a
watron suitable for your business and save
you $20 or more.
Cheap timber, cheap labor, low
freights enables us to easily do this.
"Big factory, best facilities. Act quick -or
you may be too late.
The Rock Hill Buggy Co.,

ii "IiTTfPU'L 1

K. of P. meet Monday evening.




You Need a Tonic
There are times in every W&man's life when she
needs a tonic to help her over the hard places.
When that time comes to you, you know what tonic
to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is com composed
posed composed of purely vegetable?, ingredients, which act
gently, yet surely, on theiwealcened womanly organs,
and helps build them bibf to strength and health.
It has benefited thousands ,and thousands of weak,
ailing women in its pastlt century of wonderful
success, and it will dome same for you.
You can't make a iMstake in taking

The Woman's Tonic
Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark,
says: "I think Cardui is the disatest medicine on earth,
for women. Before f begin to take Cardui, I was
so weak and nervousasd -.had such awful dizzy
spells and a poor appetffe.1 Now I feel as well and
as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything."
Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers.


rapidity, neatness, general appear appearance,
ance, appearance, etc.. of the competitor's hand handwriting
writing handwriting in the subject of copying
from plain copy), 20.
-" Copying from plain copy (a
.simples test in copying accurately in
competitor's handwriting a few
i printed lines). 20.
('.. Geography of the Unite! Stat States
es States questions relating to the bound boundaries
aries boundaries of the states, and as to capi capitals,
tals, capitals, largest cities, rivers and other
bodies of water, and location by
'states of prominent cities, etc.). 10.
i Total.! 0 0.
: Applicants must have reached

their eighteenth but not their thirty thirty-fifth
fifth thirty-fifth birthday on the date of the ex ex-'
' ex-' nniination. must measure at least
.". feet inches in height, without
' boots or shoes, and must weigh at
least pounds in ordinary cloth
ing, without overcoat or hat.
' As the eligible register for mail
clerk for the states and territory for
which this examination is to be held
lias been depleted, the opportunities

tor appointment of qualified persons
are excellent.
This examination is open to all
men who are citizens of the United
States and who meet the require requirements.
ments. requirements. Those who meet the requirements

'of the examination should ap ap-iply
iply ap-iply to the United States Civil Ser Service
vice Service Commission. Washington, D. C.
!nr to the Secretary of the Board of

U. S. Civil Service Examiners, at any
f place at which this examination is j

;to be held, for Examination r orm SfiQllld HaVC

,.,t4. No application win be accept accept-led
led accept-led unless properly executed, includ includ-ling
ling includ-ling the medical certificate, and filed
jwith the commission at Washington
i in time to arrange for the examina

tion at the places selected by the ap

plicant. In applying for examina examination
tion examination the exact title as given at the
head of this announcement should
be used.
Issued October 10. 1913.

o. y 10:33 p.m. 10:46 p.m

i No. 3'J 2:40 p.m. 2:42 p.m.

Suut blio'untl -Ocala and L.akeiand
No. o5 (Sunnyjiru) 6:40 a.m.
.Northbound lax. and St. Petersburg
Arrive I-eave
No. 10 5:19, a.m 5:20 a.m

No. i0 12:54 p.m

.Northbound Lakeland ami Ocala
No. 32 (Sunnyjim) Arrive 0:0 p.n.
0-nl.i and iloitto.a"ia
Leave No. i'J 8:20 a.m.
Leave No. 47 2:25 p.m.
Arrive Xo. 44 12:50 p.m.
Arrive No. 48 S:00 p.m.

ing to learn. Age 12 to 15 years.
Call at office of the Taylor Printing
Company. 10-1 1-tf
WAXTKI) 1 would like to con connect
nect connect with someone who would ap ap-tvf'i:tti
tvf'i:tti ap-tvf'i:tti tlw srriires of a mechanic

p.m. iiiiflafl .iflilw i.litf lip;ll IVtfll! fllfk

care and upkeep of dynamos and
motors, hell wiring:, eWctric light
wiring, the rare and repair of team
engines, pumps anil plant operation;
also furniture repairing, chair cane cane-ing
ing cane-ing or where general executive abil ability
ity ability is required. Address, Mechanic,
care Star. lO-9-fit wky It


OCALA. LODGE NO. 286, B. I. O. E.
Ocala Lodge, Xo. 2S6, Benovelent

and Protective Order of Elks, metsj FOR RENT Three furnished
the second and fourth Tuesday even- j rooms for light housekeeping. Apply

ings in each month, yisiting breth-ithis office or S20 S. 3rd St. 10-1-tf

ren always welcome.
Chas. W. Hunter, E. R.
Joseph Bell, Secretary. Ad.

Moose meet this evening.

FOR SALE A $330 Hallet & Da Davis
vis Davis piano almost new can be had at
a very reasonable price. Apply to
this office. 10-10-6t


FOR RENT Three nicely fur-

i nished rooms for light housekeep housekeeping;
ing; housekeeping; bath and lights. P. A. Durand.
I 0 1 4 E. Adams St. 10-13-tf


Has Helped Thousands.

Jiidze Circuit Court W. S. Bui

ilock, Ocala.
I District Attorney E. W. Davis.

Clerk Circuit Court P. H. Nugent.
Sheriff J. P. Gallowuy. Ocala.
Tax Collector W. L. Colbert,
Tax Assessor Alfred Ayer. Ocala.
Treasurer John M. Graham,
Surveyor W. A. Moorhead, Ocala.

J Judge of Prolate Wm. E. smith,
; Ocala.
County Commissioners C. Carmi Carmi-Irhapl.
Irhapl. Carmi-Irhapl. Ocaia: J. W. Davis. Summer-

i field : W t. Henderson. Lynne; D. G. j

rOn Wat kins. Dunnellon: Walter Luff-j

jinan. sparr.
W RrtorH Pnhlic Instruction J.

Every Woman

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
Smith Grocery Co.
North of Ocala National Bank

Dental Surgeon

Rooms 9. 10. 11. Holder Block

Phone 250
Terms: Cash.

i FOR SALE An English peram peram-ibulator;
ibulator; peram-ibulator; in good condition; cheap

j for cash. Apply to
j chez street.

S North San-

Dental Surgeon
Office Over Commercial Bank
Phone 211

FOR RENT Modern residence on.
Fort King avenue; Anderson
Pharmacy, phone 2'.. K-2-tf

Dental Surgeon
Office Law Library Building
Phone 444

Attorney at Law
Office Second Floor Munroe and
Chambliss Bank Building

FOR RENT New bungalow, sev seven
en seven rooms and bath, lights and all
modern improvements: located on
Lime street near high school build building.
ing. building. Apply to C. V. Roberts at Mc Mc-Iver
Iver Mc-Iver & MacKay's store. 10-15-6t

'Queen oi Sea Routes"
Savannah, Baltimore, Philadelphia,
Boston and Providence

Call Phone 267
Ocala Meat Market
when you want First-class
Fresh Meat, Fish or Vege-

Fine steamers; best service; low j tables. lOm-iea porK iroili
fares; wirelesi telegraph. Through j my Qwn farm. Al Rhame.
tickets to and from principal points j Qcala's Dest CUtter, will
send for booklet. i serve yQ prompt delivery.


FOR SALE 1-19 acres of good
land with 4 00 bushels of corn, two
mares, one cow and farming imple implements;
ments; implements; well improved; seven miles
southwest of Live Oak, Suwannee
county. Also 556 acres of good land
adjoining. Will sell at a bargain.
Apply or write to G. A. Howes, New New-burn,
burn, New-burn, Suwannee Co., Fla. 10-15-lm
WANTED Two good, competent
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Central Cypress Co., Centralia.
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PHONE 250.






Being a True Account of Certain j
Strange and Wonderful Adven- i
tures of Master John Hampdon, J
Seaman, and Mistress Lucy J j
Wilberforce, Gentlewoman, In I
the Great South Seas.
X Copyriont. 1912. fcy Cyrus fownsetid Brady J
I If 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 IIIMIHWi
In Which We Fight Fop lif In th
Cave of the Treasure.
K had withdrawn by this time
to the back of the outer
cave. Indeed, that was the
only safe place for us. for a
constant succession of weapons was
thrown through the opening. We need needed
ed needed no further warning to keep out of
rea-h. Master Pimbal! was showing
himself something of a general. lie
was keeping us away from the en entrance,
trance, entrance, and with the great host of men
at his command he was building up
the broken down heap of stones which
would presently enable them to come
to us
I considered what was to be done. 1
had four loaded pistols and. therefore,
four lives in my hand. No man could
show his head in that entrance with without
out without receiving a shot. After that I
could account for a few more, perhaps,
with sword, ax or naked fist, but in
the end they would inevitably master
me. Unfortunately, the entrance was
broad enough for three or four, or even
more. t enter abreast.
Should I open the battle there or re retreat
treat retreat into the inner cave and wait?
was the q lestion that had to be de
Perhaps the latter would be the
safer plan, but I had a strange unwill unwillingness
ingness unwillingness to adopt it. It would be like
burying ourselves, for once within we
should never get out alive, except as
prisoners, so loug as they had the out outer
er outer cave. And I could never dislodge
them from it. There was not much
more chance of getting out alive from
the outer cave, for that matter, but
still it seemed so. We could at least
see the sky and the sunlight. Should
we stay there or go further into the
I decided upon the former course.
I explained to my mistress that 1
would keep the outer cave as long
as 1 could, begging her to reireat
to the inner chamber She demurred
at first, but when I spoke to her per peremptorily
emptorily peremptorily at last God forgive me she
acceded to my request humbly enough.
I thrust the best pistol into her hand
and told her t reserve it for herself
in case her capture was inevitable, but
not to pull the trigger until the last
moment; and I promised her faithfully
that I would not foolishly or uselessly
jeopardize myself, but that after I had
made what fight I could I would join
her. if it were in any way possible.
She hung in the wind awhile, seem
ing loath to go when all had been said
between us. Finally she approached
me. laid her hand on my arm. and
looked up at me.
"Master Hampdon." she said softly
"here we be. a lone man and woman
among these savages and murderers
with but little chance for our lives. I
take It I am sorry that I struck you
on the ship, and you may kiss me
With that she proffered me her lips
I could face a thousand savages, a
hundred Pimballs. without a quiver of
the nerves, but at these words and
that proffer my knees fairly smote to together
gether together before this small woman. I
stood staring down at her.
"You were overeager once to take
from me what I now offer you will willingly."
ingly." willingly." she said, half turning away.
With that I caught her to me and
once again I drank the sweetness of
her lips. I forgot the savages outside,
the spears, the arrows streaming
through the entrance. I held her in
my arms and without resistance. 1
could have held her there forever, quite
willing to die in such sweet embrace.
She pushed me from her at last and I
could swear that my kisses had been
returned, and then with a whispered
blessing she dropped to her knees and
crawled within the cave.
1 could have fought the world there
after, for her kisses intoxicated me
like wine Yet even then I did not de
lude myself. I knew that, on her part
at least, it was a farewell kiss, such
as two friends might give each other
in the face of death To her the pres
sure of my lips had only leen as the
salute of an ancient gladiator about
to die was t the 'aesar who watched
the struggle Well. I blessed ber even
for that condescension
With a pisiol iu each hand and the
third upon a rx-k close at hand I wait waited
ed waited I had not long to wait. There was
a sudden fiercer rain of arrows and
spears, some of which struck at my
feet or by my side I gathered up a
sheaf of them and laid them with the
pistol on the rock
The next instant two tremendous
savaires and a white man appeared in

the opening. Tne snot was easy, tne
target fine. I couldn't miss. The first
bullet went into the brain of Master
Glibby. the next tore off the head of
the leading chief. Reserving the third
pistol. I seized a spear and drove it
through the throat of the other savage.
I shouted with triumph, and Mistress
Lucy has since confessed to me that,
kneeling down and peering through the
opening, contrary to my explicit order,
which was for her to seek safe cover,
she saw all. and that my call of vic

tory was the sweetest sotind she had
ever heard in her life.
I thought we had done, but they
were an indomitable lot those south
sea islanders, and they were well urg urged.
ed. urged. Four others took their places at
once, spears in hand, which they
threw at me. 1 jumped aside with dlfr
ficulty and let fly the third pistol They
came crowding this time, and the bul bullet
let bullet from the heavy weapon accounted
for two others, but the survivors had
gained a footing and the shelf behind
them was suddenly filled with lifting
heads and climbing men. I clubbed
my weapons and hurled them one after
another fair and square into the mass.
One went down with a broken skull
The rush was checked: they gave a
little I cast spears at them and ar arrows,
rows, arrows, but now the shield men had
come up. and they caught the missiles
on their shields. The front rank wav wavered,
ered, wavered, and perhaps, if they had been
unsunnorted. thev might have been
driven below, but the crowd behind
would not let them. Slowly they be began
gan began to move toward me.
I doubt not I was a terrible figure,
for I had whipped out my cutlass by
this time and stood at bay. I had for

gotten for the moment all else but the j Two hundred and sixty-seven
lust of the conflict, and in another sec- j acres, one half mile from Santos on
ond I had flung myself upon them injs. A. L. Railroad, all under fence;
fury. It was my mistress who recall-j txvo nijndred acres under cultiva cultiva-ed
ed cultiva-ed me to myself. ltion; nouse 4oX40; barn 15x20; fif-
o 1 v, "Thau t

M,Biuuls,:,i Bue w
are upon you come nuner I
With that I dropped to my knees and
made a snrinz for the opening I had
waited too long. The leading man
would have pinned me to the earth
with his sper. The entrance was
wide, fortunately, and Mistress Lucy
could see through the part 1 did not
block with my huge bulk. Disregarding
entirely my instructions, she fired the
last pistol at the nearest man. Fie
went down like a ninepin. both legs
broken, which gave me time to gain
the inner chamber and stand upright.
I was bleeding, for I had been cut here
and there, but was otherwise all right."
"That shot saved my life!'" I cried,
panting. "You should have kept it for
"I can find means to die." she an answered.
swered. answered. "If naught else, by your
sword blade."
"Good." I exclaimed, proud of her
prowess and her resolution.
They gave us no time for further
speech, for. urged by what promises
of reward, what passionate hatred. 1
knew not. they came on The narrow
entrance was suddenly black with the
islanders, who thrust their spears at
us. Fortunately, my mistress had
moved aside and was out of range, but
I was perilously near being cut down.
Mistress Lucy had the sword which I
had thrust into her hand, and 1 the
great ax which I had 'cast into the
Inner cave ahead of me
Those outside were even less able
to see than we. and perhaps they
thought we had withdrawn or been
driven back, for they crept forward
While 1 had lived in the gardener s
lodge of Wilberforce castle I had got
to be quite an axman. 1 brought
down the heavy weapon on the first
head, striking with just enough force
to kill the man and yet leave me able
to recover myself without delay, and
when three heads had been knocked
that way in rapid succession with no
more damage to me than a trifling
spear cut on the ankle, the battle
stopped for a moment. I laughed.
"Come on. you dogs!" I shouted. 4T
can play at that game until you are
more tired of it than I."
(Continued Tomorrow)
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Ocala, Florida

Mother's Advice
To Her Daughter
A Real Live Doll to Fondle la Woman
Greatest Happiness.

One of the most important matters abont ;
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There is no nausea, no mornins sick sickness,
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This splendid and certain remedy can be
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Is sure to prove of inestimable value, net
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teen acres pine timber; ten
acres t
hard wood; well
Also one
hundred and seventy-
four acres southeast of Ocala; five
outbuildings; barn 32x40; six-room
dwelling house in good repair; eight
room stone house in course of con construction
struction construction with all material on the
Also two small farms of eighty
land fifty-four acres respectively, un un-5
5 un-5 improved.
ee H. A. Kramer, or
A. .Mathews. Ocala, Fla.
owner, A.
Every woman who is troubled
with dizzy spells, backache, head headache,
ache, headache, weakness, debility, constipa constipation
tion constipation or kindey troubles should use
Electric Bitters. They give relief
when nothing else will, improve the
health, adding strength and vigor
from the first 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 Electric Bitters.
I did so, and they have done me a
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Tulula Lodge Xo. 22, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every
Tuesday evening at 7:30 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.
In every home there should be a
bottle of Dr. King's Xew Discovery,
ready for immediate use when any
member of the family contracts a
cold or cough. Prompt use will
stop the spread of sickness. S. A.
Stid. of Mason, Mich., writes: "My
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world. Two r0c bottles cured me
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troubles. Every dose helps. Price
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Bucklen & Co., Philadelphia or St.
Louis. Ad
The Hart, Sehaffner & Marx ready
to wear clothing need no introduc introduction
tion introduction in Ocala. Waterman is exclus exclusive
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A mild, gentle and effective laxa laxative
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And Generally Unpleasant.
People who do not know bow to
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:onceited. 3elf-:onceited. Thackeray.
Masons meet tomorrow night.
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Careful Estimates Made on All Con
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Belleview, Oct. 15. The Belle Belle-I
I Belle-I view Social Club will hold its regu regu-i
i regu-i lar monthly dance Friday evening,
Oct. 17.
i The Masonic fraternity held their

first regular meeting, since last July,
last Saturday night. A number of
out-of-town members were present.
Dr. Thos. K. Slaughter, of Levon.
was a visitor to Belleview last Tues Tuesday.
day. Tuesday. Mr. W. A Owens, superintendent
of Brown Bros, hardwood company,
returned from a visit of several
day at Lake Butler and Gainesville,
Tuesday morning.
Mr. S. A. Millican made a busi business
ness business trip to Ocala last Monday.
Mrs. E. X. Brown made a busi business
ness business trip to Ocala lastFriday.
Mr. C. A. Tremere made a trip to
Tampa on important business last
Mrs. T. W. Evans and daughter,
Flossie, came down from Ocala last
Friday afternoon for their regular
week end visit home.
Mr. W. J. Pope, who has been
with the Mayo Turpentine Company
for the past year or so, left Friday
night for Xewberry, where he goes
to take charge of a turpentine still.
Master Wiliam Fielding came
down from Gainesville last Friday
j afternoon to spend the week end
with his parents.
Prof. B. J. Connor made a busi business
ness business tript to Ocala last Saturday.
Mr. J. O. Mightower. of Heather
Island, spent Saturday evening in
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Boyn'on and
Mr. E. X. Boynton came in last
Tuesday from Long Island, and were
around town shakine hands with
their friends. They report a very
tempestous voyage down on the
Clyde Line steamer and are glad to
?et back in Florida once more.
Mrs. X. F. Ritter made a business
trip to Ocala last Tuesday.
Rev. C. W. Lane went through
Belleview on Seaboard train Xo. 4,
last Tuesday, on his way some some-wheres,
wheres, some-wheres, and said hello' to a number
oi his friends as. he was passing.
Mrs. C. M. Winston returned to
her home at Bushnell Tuesday after
a visit with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. L. Weihe.
Mr. J. O. Hightower rode over
from Heather Island last Friday af-
ternoon and took supper with
friends. On his return he was ac accompanied
companied accompanied by Ellie Tremere, who
will spend several days riding over
the island and looking over the big
prairie farm across the river.
Mr. Tremere hasvjust received a
telegram from the factory stating
that two more of the four-wheel-drive
tractors have been shipped to
hi.-- customers here in Florida. They
are good, but hard to get.
All the scholars at school are un undergoing
dergoing undergoing one of their periodical ex examinations.
aminations. examinations. Mr. C. E. Connor, District Deputy
Grand Worshipful Master for this
district of the Grand Lodge of Ma Masons
sons Masons of Florida, was a distinguished
visitor to Belleview last Saturday.
Andalusia. Oct. 15. We are hav having
ing having some very warm weather and
will be glad when it turns a little
Mrs. J. J.
visiting her
I. C. Ellis.
Mr. and
Simmons, of Lisbon, is
parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Dave Ellis are
spending the week in Citra, as the
quests of Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Hall.
Mrs. Eugene Burleson has been
puite ill the past few days. We all
regret this and hope she will soon
Mr. J. T. Smith was a business
caller in Citra Tuesday.
Mrs. I. C. Ellis spent Tuesday in
Master Tom and Miss Flora
Strickland have started to the Citra
school this week. We hope they
will study hard and learn fast.
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Simmons have
moved to Citra. where they will send
the young people to school.
Mr. J. M. Lewis has been on the
sick list, but we hope he will soon
Mr. Henry Weaver has returned
from Georgia, where he spent last
vinter. He is staying at Mr. J. M.
Lewis's. His son. Bob will return in
a few days.
Miss Allie Hewett has been hav having
ing having the fever.
Mrs. J. W. Hewett has been on
list the past few days.
Sunday school was conducted very
nicely Sunday by G. W. Ellis and
Mrs. J. T. Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Fast passed
thru our burg Tuesday enroute to
There are quite a number of boys
in our midst who are wearing long
smiles. We all wonder why?
An elegant line of lasers manj manj-scipt
scipt manj-scipt covers, in any color that could
be desired, just received at the Star

F. E. McCLANE, M. D.
The Dr. McCIane Medical, Surgical and
Electrical Institute
PHOXES Office, Xo. 333. Dr MClane's Residence, Xo. 407.
Office Suite 1 to 7, Holder Block Southwest cor. Public Square.


i We have Just received a carload cf the Famous SOUTHERN Wire 5
f Fencing, Staples and' Hay Wire and are In position to make you some 3
f attractive prices on it. We are the only dealers in this section of the
A country that handle this brand of fence and have demonstrated in the i
y past that it is absolutely the. best and strongest fence on the market. 5
X and running it as we have In competition with many inferior grades
X of wire fence. We have had some phenomenal sales on It and 2
j' made many friends and customers. Give us your orders, if the goods
?, don't make good we will.
Knisflhit Lang

Carioai fi lik
We have just unloaded a carload of fine
Teiicssec Miles,
Also a Number of Good Horses
We will be pleased to show you these fine ani animals
mals animals at the barn, and are prepared to make close
prices on them.
This is the first carload of the season, selected in
person by Mr. Tompkins. Many other loaHs will
follow through the season, and our barns will be
well supplied at all times.

Phone 117
eod dly wkly


MA mi iffll

Will Fay Big Reward for Appre
hension of Mrs. Wilson's
Two hundred ar 1 fafty dollars re- black mustache, height about 5 feet
ward is offered by the county com-isix to eight inches; wearing blue
misslnners of Marion county- Flor-i juml)er' ht or Sra' colored hat.

ida, for the party or
murdered Mrs. P. T.
parties who,
Wilson, four,
and a half miles north of Ocala, on!
the morning of October 2nd, at 8
o'clock. Description of negro
away from tne u nson place
at that time:
build, weight
10-6-dw tf
140 to 150 pounds,

X P. (CaMoiiwaiy,

Atlantic Coast Lite
$ 8.2.-5 PENSACOLA. FLA., and return. Tickets on sale Oct. 18th, 19th
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12th, 13th. Limited Oct. 18th. Extension to Nor. 8th.
$17.00 ASHEVILLE, N. C, and return. Tickets on sale Oct. 19th, 20th,
21st, 22nd. Limited Nov. 2nd.
$46.7. NEW YORK and return. Tickets on sale Oct. 20th, ?lst, 22nd.
Limited Nov. 10th.
$17.15 MOBILE, ALA., and return. Tickets on sale Oct. 24th, 2oth, 26th.
Limited Nov. 5th. Extension to Nov. 30th.
$29.HO NASHVILLE, TENN., and return. Tickets on sale Oct. 28th,
29th. Limited to Nov. 3th.
For information of reservations call on nearest Atlantic Coast Line
ticket agent or
Y. R. BEAZLEY, T. P. A., J. G..KIRKLAND, D. P. A.,
Tampa, Fla. Tampa. Fl

Ocala, Fla.

.... r
direction from llson home. Com-
niunieate all information to
J. P. Galloway,
Sheriff Marion County, Florida.
There will be further" rewards for
j the arrest of this man offered by the
city of Ocala and private individuals.
very substantial sum of monev.