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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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VOL. 20.
OCALA, FLORIDA. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 22. 1913
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Hi latest Criticism of Ciovcriior
Traiimiell is Somen hat Too
I last y
Washington. Oct. 22. "Yes. I
have noticed the telegraphic dispatch
in the Washington newspapers, in
which the governor of Florida states
that on account of constitutional pro provision
vision provision the legislature would not have
the power to pass an act prohibiting
Japanese and other Asiatic people
from becoming land owners in the
state of Florida." said Representa Representative
tive Representative Frank Clark yesterday.
"This may be true 1 hae not ex examined
amined examined the constitution, but there is
absolutely nothing in the way of the
governor of Florida calling the legis legislature
lature legislature in extraordinary session for
the purpose of submitting to the peo people
ple people of Florida a joint resolution
amending the cons:.i:ution of ihf
state so as to prohibit such owner ownership.
ship. ownership. The governor knows this an '.
the matter of rectifying this whole
affair is in his ban Is. The governor
also knows that if such a resolution
was submitted to the people of Flor-
ida ir would be adopted b
a vote o'
five to one.
'The governor also knows,
ought to know, that the only way
which the people of Flori la can
permitted to express themselves,
by which the constitution can
or
1
be
or
amended is b yjoint resolution sub submitted
mitted submitted to the peopl.e by the legisla legislature.
ture. legislature. He also knows, or ought tc
know, that he is the only official ha ha-ing
ing ha-ing the power to call the legislature
in extra session, and if he does no no-know
know no-know now, he soon will know that the
white people of Florida will not tol tolerate
erate tolerate dallying with this question."
OFF FOR ENGLAND
Congressman Clark Will Spend a
Feu Weeks in the Old
Country
Washington. Oct. 21. Represen Representative
tative Representative Frank Clark, of dainesville.
left yesterday to take a complete rest
for three weeks in Europe.
"1 am not sick," said Mr. Clark
"but I have been here steadily for al almost
most almost a year without any vacation and
am tired, just tired. I expect to

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Steamer Arabic next Tuesdav for Liv
erpool. I shall spend a week or ten
'lays in Knglahd and then return, he he-in
in he-in absent in all about three weeks."
'AWFUL RAVAGES
j OF ALCOHOL
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(Shocking; Statistics Submitted to an
Italian Congress by a .Voted
Scientist
Milan, Oct. 22. After remaining
in session for four consecutive davs.
; during which .Too doctors, universitv
I professors and educators arraigned
j alcohol for its terrible effects on men
land society. the Anti-Alcoholism
u'ongress has adjourned to meet
again two years hence.
! A feature of the congress was a
. lecture by Professor .Marchiafava.
w!i ) holds the chair of pathological
.anatamy at the local university, an 1
j who is better known as tire Pope's
' consulting ph sician. on the pathol pathol-jogy
jogy pathol-jogy of alcoholism. He reveale 1 to the
; -iiedical profession a series of dis discoveries
coveries discoveries made by him and his as as-i
i as-i si.-.ta:tts in his clinic in Rome of- the
i :rec',. of alcohol on the cerebellum.
('lent Increase in Deaths
Prof. -Marchiafava pointed out all
ihe evils accruing from the im im-molerate
molerate im-molerate use of alcohol. The or organs
gans organs most exposed to the deleterous
effects of the poison are naturally
th-'se which first come under its in in-dueuce,
dueuce, in-dueuce, he sail. Hence acute al alcoholic
coholic alcoholic gastritis and later cirrhosis
of the liver.
Dealing in statistics, he said that
whereas ten years ago the per cent cent-age
age cent-age of deaths from acute or chronic
alcoholism in Italy amounted to 14
per l.OiMt.iMio inhabitants, it has
now gone vip to 4 4.
Referring to the purely .scientific
field. Professor -Marchiafava dealt
with the pathological effects of al alcoholism
coholism alcoholism on the human organism,
giving special importance to the de degeneration
generation degeneration to the cardiac muscle
the heart which suffers from fatty
.
degeneration as a result of excessive
indulgence in wine or beer.
From Kngenic Standpoint
He dwelt at length on the effects
which the abuse alcohol is likely to
have in producing arterio-scierosis
and that particular hypertrophy of
the heart known as "beer heart."
From the standpoint of eugenics,
now so generally discussed both in

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America and Europe, Professor Mar Marchiafava
chiafava Marchiafava said alcoholism was respon responsible
sible responsible for it reparable deterioration
and in every case irremediably harm harming
ing harming the children, who are born with
a physical and moral stigma which
brands them throughout their live?
and makes them candidates for pris prison
on prison or criminal asyljms when not
sending them prematurely to the
grave.
Experiment in AnimaN
Professor Marchiafava said that
under his direction one of his as assistants.
sistants. assistants. Dr. Sehiboni. of the Patho Patho-loical
loical Patho-loical Institute of Rome, has begun
a series of experiments on animals
to which alcohol is given daily. One
of the things observed is afrer sev several
eral several months of ingestion of alcohol
the kidnev glands of the animals animals-showed
showed animals-showed signs of alteration an 1 le lesions.
sions. lesions. Very interesting were Proi'essoi
Marchiaia a's remarks on the dele deleterious
terious deleterious effects of alcohol on the
brain. He scouted the idea that al alcohol,
cohol, alcohol, even in small do.-es. is bene beneficial
ficial beneficial as, a stimulant for brain work workers,
ers, workers, aiid advise 1 all such to abstain
from alcohol when under the stress
of hard work requiring close appli application.
cation. application. Cliingc i; the P.rai!'
The demonstration he gave of the
devastating effects of alcchol on the
brain cells, and especially en those of
the cerebellum and its a tjc.ncts.
arouse 1 the keenest interest of his
learned audience.
He related that in the brains of
habitual drunkards he and his assist assistants
ants assistants hail observe 1 marke 1 changes:,
of a degenerat ive nature, especially
in the connecting muscle of the en en-cephalos,
cephalos, en-cephalos, an 1 that in other instances
changes, consisting of the appear appearance
ance appearance of black dots, ha l also been ob observe!
serve! observe! in the white substance of the
brain and in the cerebral convolu convolutions.
tions. convolutions. To these alternatives corresponded,
Professor Marchiafava said, the fol following
lowing following physical disorders: Degene Degeneration
ration Degeneration of character: loss of the sense
of decency, for loe for the family
and family life, of the sense of honor
an.l a state of permanent irritability.

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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 ?1. '(.( and :
buyer failed to make payment. Deed
is here and must be taken up. Its a
bargain. I will show you. David
S. Woodrow, real estate. Merchant's
block, over Gerig's drugstore.! o- ." tf
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iCDNCESSEQNS ON :
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May be .Made by the President Pro Pro-viding
viding Pro-viding no Radical Alterations
are Made in the Measure
Washington. Oct. 22. The admin administration
istration administration currency bill, on which na national
tional national attention is now focused, wil'
be materially amended in the Senate
banking and currency committee a;
the price of a favorable report.
Among the probable changes are
the following:
1. Reduction in the number of
regional re.-erve banks.
2. Reduction in the amount of
capital, which national banks will be
ie;uirel to invest in the regional
banks..
Sneedier retirement of bond bond-si
si bond-si cttre.l national bank notes.
j 'idle administration is now "feeling
' oiii" the ( :.j.wsition with a :ev to
I harmc.nizing contlieting interests and
j gel tins ihe Vi'l out of committee with
I a unanimous favorable report.
I
i 'I he pre si. let it is willing to '.?e con-
j ciliatcry. an 1 to permit the bill to be
I amen 'ed. loviied the amen Iments
I do not ii'o to the root of the measure,
i
On one feature of the bill he stands
J like adamant, and that is the one
j which provides tor public control of
; the federal reserve board. He will
j not consent that any bankers shall be
appointed on that board.
MAKYVILLE ISN'T MICH
Tcniu s-ee Football Team (men An An-oilier
oilier An-oilier Severe Trouncing
Demand, Oct. 2 2. The first foot football
ball football game of the season here was
played on the Stetson gridiron, when
the Stetson boys met the Maryville
of Tennessee team yesterday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Though the Stetson team was was-late
late was-late in organizing this year, and has
had no game prior to this one. Coach
Jorlan had his men in good training
and excellent condition, and they
beat their opponents by a score of
thirteen to one.
CASE A i A INST
WATSON DISMISSED
Angus: a. C.a.. Oct. 22. At the
trial here of Thomas E. Watson yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, Fe ieral Judge Rufus E. Fos Foster
ter Foster quashel the indictment against
the Georgia eiitor. The judge held
that as the articles alleged to have
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tracts from a complete article the in indictment
dictment indictment could not hold. He said he
could not pick out a few paragraphs
and convict a man. and said if that!
course was pursued a man could be
prosecuted for mailing a copy of the'
Bible, because it contained obscene
passages. 1
EAST DUST H
IS EXORBITANT
Interstate Commission Objects to Its
Taving, People Along Its Line
Out of Existence
Washington. Oct. 22. Freight
raies on vegetables in mixed carloa Is
and potatoes in hampers, exacte 1 by
ih? Florida East Ccast Railway from
Flori ".a points to Chicago. 111., are
hell by the Interstate Commerce
Commission to le unreasonable an 1
excessive. The rates must be read readjusted.
justed. readjusted. COAST LINE'S NEW TIME t AUD
The winter sche iule of the At- j
h::itio Coast Line is now in effect. It
is as follows:
Southbound
No. :.P. leaves Jacksonville at '.:'"
a. m.. arrives Gainesville at 12: ;'.';
j. m.. arrives Ocala at 2:4', arrives'
St. Petersburg at !' : 1 p. m. j
No. It leaves Jacksonville at :5:40'
p. in., arrives Gainesville at O:.":', p. ;
m.. arrives Ocala at S:4." p. m., ar-:
rives at Leesburg at 10 p. m.
No. :I7 leaves Jacksonville at 9:30 j
p. m.. arrives Gainesville 12:37 a. a.-in.,
in., a.-in., arrives Ocala 2: IS a. m., arrives
St. Petersburg S a. m. j
Northbound
No. 3S leaves St. Petersburg S:30
p. m., arrives Ocala at 2:20 a. m.. ;
arrives Gainesville 3:."s a. m. and
arrives Jacksonville 7 a. m.
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No. in leaves Leesburg at 4:4." a.
m.. arrives Ocala at 0 :.", a. m.. ar arrives
rives arrives Gainesville at 7 :."," a. in. and
arrives Jacksonville at 10:r" a. m.
Xo. 4 0 leaves Sr. Petersburg at
0:2.0 a. ni., arrives Ocala 12:.",4 p.
m.. leaves Ocala 1:14 p. in., arrives
Gainesville at 3:3b .p. m.. arrives
Jacksonville at :3o j.. m.
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OCALA, FLORIDA

TEXAS
GOES TO SEA
Hears the Name and May Equal the
Fame of Captain Phillip's Sturdy Sturdy-Little
Little Sturdy-Little Battleship
Norfolk. Va., Oct. 21. The dread dread-naught
naught dread-naught Texas, the latest and one of
the most powerful vessels of the Am American
erican American navy, just completed at New Newport
port Newport News, passed out the Virginia
capes yesterday for Rockland, Me.,
to undergo her official acceptance
trial. The Texas will be turned over
to the government in about two
months. She was manned in part
when she sailei today by officers and
men from the battleship South Caro Carolina,
lina, Carolina, now here.
WOODMEN OF THE WOULD
Fo.t King Camp No. 14 meets in
f Tonge's 1 1 all at S p. ni. every second
'Friday. Visiting sovereign? always
'welcome. J. F. Thompson, C. C.
I Chas. K. Sage, Clek. Ad
:.'ext meetins Fridav night, Nov. 14.
Thrice-a- Week
NEW YORK WORLD
and
OCALA WEEKLY STAR
liotfi for $1.(." a Year
This is a time of great events and
you will want the news accurately
and promptly. The Democrats for
fhe first time in sixteen years have
the presidency and also control both
branches of congress. The political
news is sure to be of the most ab absorbing
sorbing absorbing interest.
There is a great war in the old ":
World, and you may read of the the-vast
vast the-vast Turkish Empire in Europe,
just as a few years ago ou read
how Spain lost her foothold of soil
in America, after having ruled the
empire of half of the New World.
The Thrice-a-Week World abounds
in strong features, serial stories,
humor, markets, cartoons, in fact,
everything that is to be found in a
first-class paper. THE THRICE-A--WEEK
WORLD'S regular subscrip-.
lion price is only $1 per year, and
this pays for HJ5 papers. We offer
the World and Ocala Weekly Star Star-together
together Star-together for one year for $1.6.7..
Address Weekly Star, Ocala, Fla,
For a long mild smoke, try Gerig's
i Havana Smokers. 19-3-tf
By F. R. MORGAN
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It has warmed up again.

Moose meet tomorrow evening.

Royal Arch meets Friday night.

Blank books and stationery of all
kinds at The Murrav Co. 10-lS-:jt

Mr. Alick Inglis is in Birmingham
Ala., on a visit.

Mr. Dixon Irvine of Orange Lake
i in the city.

Music and musical instruments at:
The Murray Company. 10-18-3t

Fresh oysters daily, "any style." j
Merchant's Cafe. J. It. Dewey. lO-3-tf I

The cigar makers' cigar Gerig's

-Havana Smokers.

10-3-tf

Mr. Don Peabody has returned
from Sanford.

You can get your pictures framed

-it The Murray Company. 1 0-1 8-3t j

UK. W. K. KNi: Specialist, Eye

Ear, Nose and Throat. Office Law j
Library Building. Ocala Adv. j

You should discard that straw hat.
See Waterman for the latest soft
hats and derbies. 9-22-tf

Mr. Ij. E. Mclver. who returned
yesterday from a two weeks' trip
north, had a most delightful stay,
combining business wiih pleasure.
His first stop was at Milwaukee,
where he attended the National As Association
sociation Association of Undertakers and Km Km-balmers.
balmers. Km-balmers. From there he went to
Chicago and out. to Commodore W.
R. Goodwin's beautiful stock farm at
Maplesville, where he spent two
days delightfully with the commo commodore
dore commodore and his brother. Judge Good Goodwin.
win. Goodwin. Mr. Mclver then went to South
Bend, Ind., and spent a day or two
at the great Studebaker factories and
found them celebrating the SOth
birthday of the only living member
of the original firm of Studebaker
Brothers, Mr. J. M. Studebaker. He
went from there to Indianapolis and
spent a lew days with Mrs. Mclver's
relatives. Dr. Bobbitt, and thence to
Birmingham, where he passed a few
days most delightfully with Mr. Alex
Mclntyre, formerly of Ocala; thence
to Atlanta, where he saw snow Mon Monday,
day, Monday, and on home.

The cotfnty judge has issued mar marriage
riage marriage lenses to Mr. Mack G. Bate Bate-man
man Bate-man And Mrs. Aiugusta Kvins Means,
to Mr. Jno. F. Tarlton a d Miss Ma Mabel?
bel? Mabel? E. Neely. The first couple are
well known pft)ple of Milntosh. Mr.
Carton is a ?sident or Citra and
Miss H?ely's litmie j-at Fort McCov.

Mr. H. E. Adams from Tampa
spent this morning in Ocala inspect inspecting
ing inspecting the watches of the Seaboard employees.

Try Gerig's Havana Smokers; 5c.
straight. 10-3-tf

Judge T. H. Wicker, mayor of
Coleman, was a visitor to Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville Monday. He was summoned
here as a witness in a case before
County Judge Mason. Gainesville
.Sun.

Miss Grace Holloway of Mcintosh
was here Monday, being en route to
Melrose, where she will he engaged
as an assistant teacher in the public
school. Gainesville Sun.

'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

Mr. E. C. Bennett has returned
'from Jacksonville where he secured
For the Temple theater a date for
the .presentation at the Temple of
the noted play. "The Girl of the Un Underworld."
derworld." Underworld." It is said to be quite a
warm member, and will be at the
Temple Monday evening, November
10th.

Latest novels at the Murray Com Company.
pany. Company. 10-1 8-3 1

When Mr. Raoul Allemand went to
the train Monday to meet the boys
from Gainesville .be was much sur surprised
prised surprised to see get off the train a boy
from his home town in Oklahoma.
This is the first time they have met
since they left home. Allemand
played left end on the Ocala team
and the other hoy played on the
Florida team.

Mr. I). W. Davis paid a visit to
Clearwater. St. Petersburg and Pass-a-Grille
a few days since, and was
delighted with St. Petersburg and
the Pinellas peninsula. It was Mr.
Davis' first visit to that place.
Thousands throughout the South
will hear of the death of Polk Miller
with deep regret. He was an inimi inimitable
table inimitable portray er of the negro charac character,
ter, character, and knew the negro folk songs
and music as no one else did. His
art with soon be lost, for there are
few now living who possess it. and it
can not be acquired. Orlando Sen Sentinel.
tinel. Sentinel. Polk Miller and his company gave
a performance in the old Marion
opera house about fifteen years ago,
and delighted iiJarge audience.

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DOG LOST A six months old
pointer pup. black and white spots
strayed from my yard on Oklawaha
avenue on Oct. 21st. A liberal re reward
ward reward will be paid for his return. J.
M. Thomas, Ocala. Fla. 10-22-tf

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Beyond a doubt the most interest interesting
ing interesting place in Ocala to spend a few few-minutes
minutes few-minutes is in the operating room of
the telephone company. Visitors
always welcome. The operators con connect
nect connect 30.000 people every day. Drop
in for a few minutes and make your yourself
self yourself at home. 10-21-Tt

Moose meet Thursday night.

Good Things
To Eat

Green Maraschino Cherries
Red Maraschino Cherries
Knorr's Bouillon Cubes
(Consomme)
Cheese in tins and glasses:
Roquefort
Chester
Brie
Camembert
and Gorgonzola.
Apollinaries Mineral Water.
Pettijohn's Breakfast Food.
Graham Flour.
Pancake Flour.
Japanese Rice Cakes.
Brick Cod Fish.
Dried Herring.

0. K. TEA-POT
GROCERY
PHONES 1G and 174.
OCALA FLA.

This moiuns'at ;:;.- the mid

night freight train on the Seaboard
which was about six hours late,
while coming into the freight yard
near the S. A. L. depot, ran into the
rear of the local freight engine
which was backing down the main
line. The mix-up put the local
freight engine completely out of
commission and spoiled the complex complexion
ion complexion of the big freight engine, as it
took all the trimmings off. such as
the pilot, cylinder head on one side,
and scratched up the front in gen general.
eral. general. The local freight engine had
some big holes knocked in the ten tender
der tender and the running gear. The
wreckage was cleared about S:30
and the through freight went on
with the big engine pulling it. The
little engine will have to go to the
beauty doctor before it can be used
to any advantage again.

i Mr. Osborne Green, who since his
: residence in this city of about five

months has been connected with the
Florida Title & Abstract Company,
will leave Friday for New Orleans,
and sail from that city November 1
for the Panama canal zone, to take a
position with the government army
of workers in that great engineering
enterprise. Mr. Green has made
many friends in Ocala who will wish
him much success in his new position.

We have a complete stock of
trusses and are in positon to give
you a perfct fit in any style or size
you want. If in need of one call at
the Court Pharmacy. 10-10-tf

The police committee has issued
stringent orders to stop auto speed speeding
ing speeding on the streets and around cor corners.
ners. corners. There has been too much of
it lately and it is time a check was
put on.

l-!r. and Mrs. Austin Taitus are

entertaining a large home party at
Miliyun Manor. Mrs. Taitus before
her marriage, was Miss Geeee OrTit.
daughter of Mr. Baryls OhU of Pitts Pittsburg.
burg. Pittsburg. Among the visitors are Mr.
an 1 Mrs. Stilor-Nuthen. Miss Con Constant
stant Constant Shinnor. Mr. and Mrs. Poor Poor-lei
lei Poor-lei gh Bredd. Count Fritto di Boodle Boodle-seekor
seekor Boodle-seekor and Mr. Heritage Doolittle.
It is whispered that the F. Spend Spending
ing Spending Spendars are not so happy to together
gether together as they might be. Our read readers
ers readers will remember that Mrs. Spendar
was the charming Miss Freeks, a no noted
ted noted belle of Boston. Mr. Spendar is
more than attentive to Mrs. Jimmy
Overload, while Mrs. Spendar is con constantly
stantly constantly seen with the young Duke of
Borro and Keape. He come of an
ancient family. A greater part of.
this last season he was a visitor at
Koopon Cliffs, the summer home of
the V. Spending-Spendars. J
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It is rumored that Miss Tootoo :
Kylling has broken her engagement;
to Mr. Dedleigh Bohr. But Dedleigh j
seemed quite cheerful last Saturday
night at his club. i
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We hear with regret that there!
is considerable ill feeling just at'
present between Mr. J. Dodge Work.!
president of the Co-respondent's
League and Mr. Whartor Kadd, onei
of the governors of the Alimony!
Club. However, it may blow over.!
Mrs. Olwaiz Thayer has just re-
t timed from abroad. j
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The engagement is announced ofi
Miss Tulfie Show, daughter of Mrs.'
Hoaleigh Show, to Mr. William Mar-j
tingale Vuceliss, only son of Mr. and:
Mrs. Wursen Yuceliss. j
Mr. Wursen Vuceliss. by the way.
comes of a good family. They have!
always been fashionable. His uncle.!
G. How-Wursen Yuceliss, is an intel intellectual
lectual intellectual man, having written the so-,
ciety notes for a fashionable paper!
nearly a whole season. And his son,:
Martingale, once took a prize at a

horse show.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Goldengraft.
if the weather is good and their
health holds out, will pass the com coming
ing coming winter somewhere. Possibly here!
or there.
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Mr. F. Tayleur's Dummy is quite;
attentive these days to Miss Munuie;
Doesytt. He has poverful rivals j
however, in J. Fatuous Tchump,'

Lord Hollohead and Bughouse Todd.
Society is much interested in the re result.
sult. result. It is even whispered that
Count Bulldoz and Kikka now
looking for a second wife may en enter
ter enter the lists.

There is a rumor in good society
that Mrs. Parvenue Plumpp, who j
was one of- the Baltimore-Eaton-;
drynks, may dine at home next Tues-j
day. j

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Arrangements are being rapidly completed
for the Biggest and Best Fair ever held in Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. Exhibitors of Live Stock, Agricultural,
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
Association.
Special low rates have been
granted on all Railroads leading into
Ocala.

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For information address:
C. CARMICHAEL, D. S. WILLIAMS,
President Secretary
GEO. J. BLITCH,
Treasurer
OCALA, FLORIDA

ocala si:i:i STORE

Florida Seed Rye, per bushel $3.
Florida 00 Day Oats, per bu. $1.
S. C. Rust Proof Oats, bushel $1.
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RLITCIITOX

We have reason for believing that
Mrs. Kallas Pusher and .Mrs. ,1. Abel
Krowder will be presented at court
next year.
Mrs. Leeds Thegang is preparing
for an active social season. She is
now visiting her sister. Mrs. P. de V.
Blasee Rounders. Their charming
cousin. Mrs. Me-Kvor Ondek, returns
from Kurope Saturday on the Nau Nausea
sea Nausea or is it the Crown Princessen
Cotter Damerung? Time will tell.

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.vieivnaiiL s uaie, a. -. i. uepui i
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corner. Meals a la carte and lunches j
at any hour. Adv.

Blitehton. Oct. 22. Mrs. I). 13.
Thompson, of Vienna, (ia., returned
home Friday, after several weeks
with her sister. Mrs. 15. R. Blitch.
Mr. I). CJ. Wat kins, of Dunnellon.
spent hist week here.
Mr. W. P. Hammond and family
spent Sunday at Berlin.
Dr. S. H. Blitch and family attend attended
ed attended the foot ball game in Ocala Mon Monday
day Monday afternoon.
Everybody is interested in good
roads in our section.
Mr. G. H. Richard of Lake Butler,
was a caller last week.
Mrs. Walt Reeves, of Evinston.
spent the week end with Mr. and
Mrs. O. Sanders.
Mr. O. S. Sanders and Miss Leda
Sanders visited Ocala last week.

BEAUTY

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
JEWELRY
to do the selling. So pay us a visit
no matter how little time you can
spare. The goods and prices will tell
you lots and prompt attention will
enable you to buy as quickly as you
desire. But take longer if you can.
A. E. .BURNETT
Ocala, Florida

MKS. McMAXIS.
Dress Maker,
209 Orange Ave.
Moose meet tomorrow night.

For sweet milk, buttermilk, cream
and butter, call phone 4S2. Sanitary
Milk Supply Co., corner Fort King

and South .Magnolia street. 1 0-1 7-tf

Tins GM
Who Knows
KNOWS
eW4r Delicious
i) Candies
A Guarantee in Every
Box.
We Have the Exclusive Agency in
cala
ALL. SIZE PACKAGES
PRICES:
oc. 10c, 2.c, :iOc, 40c. 50c. 80c,
Sl.OO, .SI. GO ami S?2.00
We prepare our Chocolate Syrup
from Iluyler's Soda Cocoa. It has a
Richness. Smoothness. Tastiness Dot
equalled in other soda cocoas.
T. W. Troxlcr

NOTICE
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The stockholders of Ocala Trans-j
portation Company will please meet j
at Board of Trade rooms Wednesday j
evening, at 7:30 o'clock. j
A. C. Cobb. Secretary. ;

.MANUSCRIPT COVERS

An elegant line of lawyers' mana mana-script
script mana-script covers, in any color that could
be desired, just received at the Star
office.

Your little girl would like one of j
the Kewpie dolls at The Murray
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You can't dodge the malarial
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germ while your liver is torpid. It ;
makes you an easy mark for disease.
SIMMON'S RED Z LIVER REGF-'
LATOR is the best protection. It ;
puts the liver in sound, healthy con-
dition and purifies the stomach and
bowels. Price, large package
small size 2". cents. Sold by all
druggists. Adv. wed

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We have just received a carload of fine horses
and mules, which can be seeii at the lot and barn
on West Exposition Street or Broadway. This is the
first carload of horses and ntules shipped to Ocala
this season. Our lot will be well stocked with choice
stock all the season, and if.:yoarare in the market
for mules or horses, we will be pleased to show them
to you, Prices and qualityaysguaranteed.

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where he has been enjoying a stay of j
some length. Times-l'nion. j

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Caine;i- Library and Other l;nj.ot l;nj.ot-aii
aii l;nj.ot-aii Atrairv Considered by the
City Council

; ilant official. Mr. J. C

' electrician.
S A multitude of small
considered, keeping the
; work till 1 1 p. m.

Caldwell, citv

affairs was
council at

ALDERMAN

WEATHERS
HAS STKI'I'ED OUT

Bank your money and pay your hills with checks
on our hank. Then you will have a correct account
of what you spend it for. You won't spend so much
money FOOLISHLY then.
WASTE is the one big, folly to guard against;
you will do so if you keep your money in our Bank
instead of your pockets.
You want to GET AHEAD, don't you? Then
bunk your money.
DO YOUR BANKING WITH US
We Pay 4 per cent Intern! n Saviitgs AcccLnls

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Ocala Beauty Parlor,
Mi s Mary Affleck's Millinery Parlors
PHONE 15 OCAIA, FLA,

Hair Dressing Shampoo
Hair Dyeing
Hand Massage Manicure

Scalp Treating
Hair Singe
Face Massage

Face Bleach Switches Dyed
Switches Made from Combings
Children's Hair Bob a Specialty
Gentlemen's Manicuring

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1 he city council rnpr Tucviav

night in regular session. Present,
President Weathers, Aldermen Car Car-niichael,
niichael, Car-niichael, Helvension, Hunter. Taylor.
Weihe, Bennett and Carn.
Secretary Williams or the -Marion
County Fair Association appeared in
regard to licenses tor amusements at
the coming fair. Mr. Williams said
that under the ordinance, the license
tor the Johnny Jones carnival and
other amusements would be prohibi prohibitive.
tive. prohibitive. Referred to the judiciary com committee,
mittee, committee, which will probably revise
the ordinance. As the .Star has
aforesaid, the importance or the lair j
to the city warrants a special meas- i
ure in this case. i
Mr. Williams also asked that the;
sidewalks out Exposition street be
put in order in time lor the fair. The
chairman or" the street committee an-

nounces that the committee had al already
ready already planned work with the iev to

having the walks in good condition 1
by the time required. I
.Mr. Williams also asked tor tlit
use of the city street roller to put
the racetrack arid road from the en-i
trance in good condition. It was re-j
solved to allow him the use of the;
roller whenever it could be spared
from other work.
It will be seen by ihe foregoing
that rhe council is willing to do all i

it can to help the fair.
Mr. Hunter moved to revise the
occupation license ordinance. Car Carrie!,
rie!, Carrie!, and a committee appoinre 1 to
confer with the mayor to that effect.
-V petition from the meat dealers
of the city, alleging excessive cost
of license, was referred to The judi judiciary
ciary judiciary committee.

Feel- that he Can't Give City llusi llusi-j
j llusi-j nevs the Attention it Deserve
Without -Veghitiug His Own Ilusi-
Ocala, Fla., Oct. 21st, 113.
To the Citizens of the Third Ward:
After mature deliberation I have filed
with the city council my resignation
as alderman to take effect Dec. 17th.
I respectfully refer to you the copy
of my communication to the council
published in this issue of the Star in
which 1 frankly give my reason for
this action, but wish to add that it
was with great reluctance that I
agreed to serve for this year, protest protesting
ing protesting very earnestly against the circu circulation
lation circulation of the petition about a year
ago for my candidacy, and never act actually
ually actually giving my approval of the same,
but I did finally decide, that if elect-

; ed I would try to serve for one year.

and finding it inconsistent to do
more than that, 1 am resigning at
this time to take effect on date stat stated,
ed, stated, that my successor may be chosen
at the general election in December
at no extra expense to the city, and
who can qualify by the date named
and practically avoid the existence
of any vacancy from our ward. 1
have served the city of Ocala as aid-:
erman for many terms and greatly
regret that I can not go on doing .so

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as long as my friends honor me with
j their confidence by electing me a?1
j o;ie of their representatives, but my
i business obligations make exacting''

j demands on my time that 1 can not
ignore, and also 1 am constantly
j cognizant of the fact that I am not
j giving as much thought and atten-

Responsible banking is the policy under which
this institution has been managed since the day of its
organization.
That this policy is appreciated is indicated by
the constant and gratifying growth in business.
It is the desire of the officers of this bank to con continue
tinue continue adding new accjunts of those individuals de desiring
siring desiring the most efficient service and responsible
banking.

The Ocala Nation

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Real Estate and Investments.

Merchant's Block
25 YEARS IN OCALA.

I can make the following loans on Ooala city
property at 8 per cent, principal and interest guar guaranteed
anteed guaranteed bv me:

. to me anairs o! tlie citv as

I "ui.' 11 "u juui interest require.

. i imis. ; ii u a iii-iue nun you may
choose in my place one differently
situated and 1 sincerely hope more
capable of caring for the responsibil responsibilities
ities responsibilities of the position.
Yours respectfully,
Ii. A. Weathers.

$1,200.00 for 3 Years at 8 per cent.
1,200.00 lor 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 yo:i have any money to in invest.
vest. invest. I will show you the properly.

MISS N. V. LAMBERT, Manager.

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arc light at the corner of Watula an :
South Fourth street was re: erred t
the light and water committee with
power to act.
.Mr. T. T. Munroe asked for free
water for the hospital. This was
also referred to the light an.l water
committee. It is a just request, an 1
the Star hopes it will be granted.
Alderman Weathers Itins
The following, announcing the
resignation of Alderman Weathers,
was read :
j Ocala, Fla., Oct. 2 1st, r.'l...
Honorable City Council, Ocala, Fla.

! Gentlemen: I respectfully tender'
my resignation as alderman from the I

third ward, to take effect December
17th, i!ti:;.
j it is with sincere rea-iet that l

realize that I must sever my very i
pleasant relations with you, hut the;
! demand on my time by business obli-j
jgations to wdiich I must give first I

consideration is such that I recog recognize
nize recognize that I have no choice in thh
matter.
Yours respectfully,
15. A. Weathers.

Own your own gun. The other fellow is tired
of loaning you his.
When you own your own things you won't spoil
your fun fearing you'll "spoil" something you've bor borrowed.
rowed. borrowed. It's a "sure shot" when you buy your arms and
ammunition and hardware from us that you get the
best.

Marion lariware Co,
Phone 118, Ocala, Fla.

! -Mi". Weathers' resignation was re re-ceived
ceived re-ceived by his colleagues with resre:.

j A committee consisting of .Messrs.!
). K. Chace. .lake Brown. W. 1). Carn'
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and J. J. (lerig appearel in behalf!
iof the Carnegie library. As will he j
, seen by the following, their request
: was granted, and it is nrobahl rh.-u

one of I'ncle Andy's thought foun- ;
dries will soon be in full bla.-i i:i
our midst. j
A Ilcsolutioi. to Accept the Honatioi.
of the arnegie ( i pi-rat bm j
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W hereas. 1 he Carnegie Corpora Corporation
tion Corporation of New York has agreed to tur-

nisli ten thonand doilars to the city I
of Ocala, Florida, to erect a fret- pu:.- i
lie library buildinsr. on coiiditioii i
that the said city of Ocala shall
pleige itself by resolution of council''
to support a lree public library at a
co :t of not less than one thousan i
dollars a year for ten years, and
'provide a suitable site for sail build-;
!ing: no.v thererore. j
Be it Resolved. By ihe council of,
I the city of Ocala. Florida, that said j
'city accept said donation, and it does'
j hereby pledge itself to comply with,
jthe requirements of said Carnegie;
Corporation of New York: I
' Resolved, that i: will furnish a
suitable site for said huildine. and

will maintain a free nublic libr.arv

;in said building when erected, at a
,cost of not less than one thousand.
I dollars a year for ten years;
j Resolved. That an annual levy
i shall hereafter be made upon the,
; taxable property of said city suffi-:
jcient in amount to comply with the
i above requirements. j
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-Marshal Brigance was granted a

two-weeks leave of absence.
Drs. E. Van Hood. H. C. Dozier
and H. F. Watt and Messrs. George
.MacKay and E. T. Helvensron were

as members or the board of

MMTiiohisr t iii Hrii toxicjiit

An unusually interesting series of

mid-week services is in progress.

I Tonight we will have the third of the

series, conducted by officers and!
teachers of the Sunday school. The!

following program has been arrang-i

ed. By all means make plans to be j

present:
Subject. "The Bible."

L. X. Green, superintendent, lead-!

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Song No. !tr,. Coronation Hymns. I
Prayer by W. L. Colbert.
Duet, "The Wonderful Story" j
G. L. Taylor and M. M. Little.

Scriptural readings. No. :)2i j
"Value of the Word." I

Song No. (ii;, -'He Promised Me."
Remarks by the leader, introduc introducing
ing introducing study feature.
A short symposium:
"The Bible a (.round of Faith"
Mrs: G. C. Looney.
"The Bible an Incentive to Pray Prayer"
er" Prayer" Miss Roux.
"The Bible a Rue of Conduct"
M. M. Little.

s an Advance Agent
Prosperitv" L. X.

Will Take Care of

the

j "The Bible
; of Material
: Green.
Sang. "Col

' You."
I Reading the Bible:
"The Best Time to Read

i Bibh."-- -Mrs. G. W. Martin.
; "The Best Way to Read the Bible"
; J. P. Phillips.

"diie Amount to be Read Daily"
R. L. Bridges.
Teaching the Bible:
"!n ihe Snady School" A. L.
Izlar.
"I:i the Home" Mrs. F. R.
Bridges.
Chsing.
Announcements by the pastor.
Benediction.

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THOMAS CO., GROCERIES CARX-THOMAS CO., GROCEIilES

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i CITIZKXS OF AXTHOXV
; At the meeting of citizens of An Anthony
thony Anthony Friday night, the following cit citizens
izens citizens were appointed to eomplie a
list of all lands for sale in and
around Anthony; also, to determine
the advisability of organizing a board
of trade for their progressive little
town: Messrs. John Talton. James
Gates. Frank Bishop. C. C. Milligan
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fairy Clay Hour.
A solid Car Load just
received of the New
Wheat crop, in sacks of
all sizes, half and full
barrels.
Also
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in 12 and 24 lb. sacks.

A Barrvl ol New Dill Pickles just
Received.
Cera-Tiiiai Co.
CARN BUILDING
Phone 163 OCALA, FLA.

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CARX-THOMAS CO., GROCERIES CAKX-THOMAS CO., GROCERIES

. "All V-THOMAS CO., GROCERIES CARX-THOMAS CO.. GROCERIES

For KesnHs

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health.
The mayor's veto of the ha?k or ordinance
dinance ordinance was austainei.
The police motorcycle was rurnei

lhed Lollimil tO place yOUrjtee. which will probably devote i; t:
needs before the public he ase of that hard-worked ::ii vig-

You should use our Unclass-j

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and bladder troubles dissolves grav gravel,
el, gravel, cures diabetes, weak and lamf
backs, rheumatism, and all irregular
ities of the kidneys and bladder ic
both men and women. Reeulate. Reeulate.-blaider
blaider Reeulate.-blaider trouble in children. If no'
sold by your druggist, will be sent
by mail on receipt of One smal'
bottle is two months' treatment, and
seldom fails to perfect a cure. Senn
for testimonials ?rom this and other
states. Dr. K. W. Flail. 2920 Olive St.
St Louis. Mo. Sold bv druggists. Ad

IMPORTANT CHANGE OF SCHEDULE
TLAWTBC .AST LONE
Effective October 19th.
Night Trains 37 and 38 Re established.

9:30 p. m. Lv Jacksonville Ar. 7:00 a. m.
2:20 a. m. Ar Ocala Lv. 2:20 a. m.
8:00 a. m. Ar --St. Petersburg Lv. 8:30 p. m.
Steel Pullman Cars
St. Petersburg, Ocala, Jacksonville and New York.
Trains 9 and 10 will be discontinued south of Leesburg.

For information and schedules call on
M. R. WILLIAMS, Ticket Agent, OCALA.
J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., TAMPA.

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CONSERVATIVE ESTIMATE
S OF TAMMANY

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i:. II. Carroll. General Manager Port V. Lea veiigood. Bu-iiie-. Manager
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Six month.-, in advance. . 4.J-
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One month, in advance So

HOARD OF TRADE were all closed to the public in gen-

TRANSACTED MICH RISINESS era ana newspupei men m iu

lar, there would soon be an end of

republican government.

THE WATSON CASK

A good-sized attendance was at
the Board of Trade rooms last night
and those present got busy as soon

as the meeting was called to order.
Mr. A. (I. T. Moore, secretary of The Star didn't expect Tom Wat-

the Gainesville Board of Trade, and on to be convicted, but it didn't ex

2Ur. B. F. Williamson, chairman of

the Gainesville celebration commit

tee,
the

celebration on the date of our fair.

pect the judge to dismiss the case on
the grounds on which Judge Foster

were present. 1 hey explained turned Tom loose n t lie judge is
reason for their city having a correctlv quoted.)

According to the dispatches, the

It seems that certain athletic sports case was dismissed because Watson
have been contracted for on that re-printed an entire book, certain
date in Gainesville for several years 1 passages of which were obscene. The
and it is necessary to carry out the judge said a man who sent a Bible
t-on tract; also, it is appropriate for;tiru the mails might be judged the
the people of Gainesville to prov ide .same way. He passed no judgment

the res-ton Watson's comments, which were

ad much entertainment for

idents of the country roundabouts as:
jwssible. They declared the good- I
aill of their city and the disposition :
of its people to work with Ocala foi ;
the common good of both. (
"Alachua Hay"
It was agreed that Tuesday. Nov i
2, should be Alachua Day at the;
Marion County Fair, and on that;
dPie as many Alachua county popie'
as the Gainesville board of trade
rould reach would be advised to come
to our fair. Our board will try to
prevail on the Atlantic Coast Lint
to run a special train from Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville in the morning, and as many
people will be anxious to come to the
opening day of the fair from ail Ma Marion
rion Marion county stations from I'.oardman
south, the road will certainly find the
proposition a pay ins one.
Secretary Williams of the fair as association
sociation association wa present and made some
remarks about the fair. One or two

other matters were attended

the Star will speak of later.
A meeting of the Board of Gov Governors
ernors Governors will be held tonight to make
arrangements for the meeting of the
State Chamber of Commerce, which
begins tomorrow.

worse than the book he criticised.
The Bible contains a number of
chapters that would not do to read
aloud in polite society these days.
They were unvarnished descriptions
of events that happened at a time
when either the world was not as
much aillicted with false modesty as
it is now. or the writers did not in intend
tend intend them to be read in mixed com

pany any more than a .clerk of tht
circuit court expects his records ti tile
le tile read at the social mtetings of the
Epworth League. The Bible, how however,
ever, however, contains no malicious com comments.
ments. comments. The Star is not acquainted with
.the quirk- and turns of the law. It
knows the law plainly .-ays that a
person who sends obscene matter
! thru the mails is guilty of an offense.
; It knows that if tin issue of Wat Wat-'
' Wat-' son's magazine that he was indicted

ra-ner our const:-

ailmetit. We l.ae Tam

many an Tammany has us b--caus
f our def,--;-ney in ability for self self-govern
govern self-govern ment. If we were more defic deficient
ient deficient than we are Tammany would be
worse and we would be worse gov governed.
erned. governed. If we were abler an 1 better
rh-An we are. Tammanv would be

better and would improve until it j
ceased to be Tammany, except, per-j

haps, in name, and became a lesiti-j

mate part of our political machinery i
for municipal administration. ;
Of course Tammany is not so bad

as it might be, because we are not
so defective as we might be. If it
gets much worse than our standards
will tolerate, it is usually beaten at
the next election. It is not an or organization
ganization organization for the provision of good
government. It is an organization for
the provision of a government that
will be profitable to the governors.
It is not a democratic organization:
it is not in any true sense a political
organization: it is a concern that

uses political means ior inisins
ends. With skill and pains it culti cultivates
vates cultivates the voters, extending its power
by every means it can. and using it

as sfdlishlv and corruptly

It lias no political principles. It does
not know about them: is not conc concerned
erned concerned about them. .Jefferson is
nothing to Tammany. It hears the
lie. da ra; ion of i n bpen.b'!r e read
every Fourth of July, but that is a
humorous proceeding which has

THE BASIS OF BANK SERVICE

D Vlr"C CrDV'TPF tr ta r-. 2ts"rt ar ic r-v"r rr ovrallpnt in rntin tn ITS

ability to grasp intelligently the business requirements of those it serves
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aim iiieii lo luny iiiccl tiiube ic4uiiciiiciil?.
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!
The Muimroe & CSnamMiss Banik
OCALA, FLORIDA

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General Buiding Contractors
BUILDING MATERIALS
FOIR SALE
Block North Eat of Postoffice, OCALA, FLORIDA 3( Nrtli Osceola Street.

come down from all ol

Tammanv was different. It does not j
iirr. go in for ind-pendence or for j
in.ii. id.tality in the voter. It puts j
trust in authoiity. In matter.-, tiiat;

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concern
::!:e liell
Wh.il :

whom it ha:
is withli'dd.

interc intercom
om intercom it-

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iaembor?

h-ui.-Iator or adr.iinistrator

put inio o?!ice. o!:e iience
it visits to the limit of

MAIUOX COUNTY DIRECTORY
Judge Circuit Court W. S. Bul Bullock.
lock. Bullock. Ocala.

it dares. J District Attorney E. W. Davis,

Ocala.
Clerk Circuit Court 1. II. Nugent.
Ocala.
Sheriff J. P. Hallo vv..y, Ocala.
Tax Collector W. L. Colbert,

Ocala. i
Tax Assessor Alfred Ayer. Ocala.!
Treasurer John M. Graham, i
leal a. i
-.ir eyor YV. A. Mcorhead, Ocala.
Ju.l-e of Prolate Wm. E. Smith.!
)cala.

C.')-.t:itv Commissioners C. Carmi- 1
diael. (Vcaia: J. W. Davis. Summer-!
ield: W T Ilen.'.erson. Lynne; D. G. j
Watkins. Dunnellon; Walter Ltiff-j
nan. Sparr.
Hoard Public- Instruction -J. H.
Jirinsen. Superintendent. Ocala; B. j
M. Pditch. P.litchton: J. S. Grantham.!
Fort McCoy; W. D. Cam. Ocala. j

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destruction on the

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mailing

was not obscene, the
of P.occaccio is a decent

A GOOD IDEA

Perhaps J. V red DeDerry has
found his vocation as secretary of
the Plant City board of trade. At
any rate, tie has some mighty good
ideas, and the following dispatch to
the Jacksonville Metropolis tells of
one of them:
Plant City. Oct. 1! 1 J. Fred De De-lierry.
lierry. De-lierry. secretary of the Plant City
board of trade, has hit upon a novel

.scheme to boost the strawberry in-
dustry of Plant City. On January j
1st. which he has designated as j J-

strawberry day. everybody in Plant
City will mail post cards illustrating
the strawberry to the various states.

:.. th:D Decameron

book.

Ac-cording to Judge rosier s decis decision,
ion, decision, i if he i- correctly quoted i if a
P.uddhist comes to this country and
establishes a magazine, and reprints
in it the boog of Genesis, with inde indecent
cent indecent and malicious comments of his
own on the nineteenth and thirty thirty-eighth
eighth thirty-eighth chapters, and mails the issue

I .... .. : .w.,.,..i'nit rli irnmo

i ot Ills magazine luiiiiiuunr,

'; he will be void of offense. But. a
j P.uddhist. being comparatively
j friendless in this country. would
; probably get it where the chicken
! got the ax.

its pOvV-M

offender.
P.iii though it has no political
! rinciples. i has buines principles
ami very c-onsi .!era ": business abil abilities.
ities. abilities. I; stand- by its bargains, reward-
its servants, follows its own
end with creditable diligence. It is
charitable, it i- .-ociabh-. it corn corn-men
men corn-men is itself to voters by being inter interested
ested interested in I hein. It doe, not expect

to get anything for nothing. It is
willing to work for what it gets, and

OKI IC!AE DIltECTORY
CITY

OF OCALA

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Mavo; J. D. Robertson.
Recorder L. T. Iz.lar.
Assistant Recorder Joseph Bell
Counc il- B. A. Weathers, presi
lent; J. H. Taylor, president pro
fern: 11 C. Bennett. Baxter Carn, J.
V Hood. E. T. Helvenston, G. A.
Carmichael. F. G. B. Weihe, C. M.
Livingston.
Citv Attornev C. L. Sistrunk.
Cit'v Clerk II. C. Sistrunk.
Treaurer and Tax Collector W.

You will be quick to
appreciate the goodness
of Piedmont when you
s noke them.

haoDV combination of

choice, mellow tobacco
a id perfect workmu: -ship.
And because they arc so
good they r.re the bi bi-2
2 bi-2 X selling 5c. cigarette
ii America. Whole
coupon in each packa2.

PK1III CIS

CI I ACE
Dental Surgeon

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does work. It is not inethcien: anl i c lyau. tvo

Superintendent Light Plant J. C.
Caldwell. j
3,r,orintPTi(ipnf Water Work? .'.!

Rooms 9. 10, 11, Holder Block
Phone 2 50

Everybody will regret the resig resignation
nation resignation of Alderman Weathers. His
resignation is another proof of what
the Star has said, that it will be nec necessary
essary necessary to change the charter so the
affairs of the city can be put in
-rharge of a business manager, who
will take the work off the hands of
The council and be responsible for it.
The kind of men that the people are
willing to have on the council are
rinding out. more and more, that
there is more work in the office than
--.bey are able to give time to.

OCALA,
Terms: Cash.

FLORIDA

L F. RLALOCK
Dental Surgeon
Office Over Commercial Bank
Phone 211
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OCALA. FLORIDA

In his criticism of Governor Tram Tram-mell
mell Tram-mell for not calling a special session
of the legislature to order voting on
an amendment to prevent Japs own owning
ing owning property in Florida. Congress Congressman
man Congressman Clark admits that he hasn't
rend the constitution. If Mr. Clark
will read the constitution, the Star
thinks he will agree with Ocala law lawyers
yers lawyers of long practice, who say that
an amendment can't be called for at
a special session.

M. C. IZLAR
Dental Surgeon
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Office Law Library Building
Phone 444
OCALA. FLORIDA

That ruling of the Interstate Com Com-.meTce
.meTce Com-.meTce Commission. ordering the
lor;Li Las: Coast Railway to reduce
it -exorbitant rates, is a jarring note
in the songs of praise from corpora corporation
tion corporation owned sheets to that strictly
high-class and eatering-to-plutocrats
line.

JOSEPH BELL.
Attorney at Law
Office Second Floor Munroe and
Chambliss Bank Building
OCALA, FLORIDA

The firs meeting of the new board
ur bond trustees of Jacksonville was
T.r'ii) behind closed doors, and the
"Metropolis very truthfully says the
proceeding wasn't correct. If meet meetings
ings meetings of public utility boards, coun councils,
cils, councils, legislatures. congresses. etc..

Mclver & MacKay
Funeral Directors
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes.

E. McIYER and C. V. ROBERTS :

ectors I

Era

it has a kind of business responsibil- I

ity. ami some degree of that pride of
vocation which makes most hard
workers care a little more for their
jo! than wages measure, and want to
make it do them credit.
And of cour.-e as individual men

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the Tammany im-n are about luce tne
rest of us: not much better, not.
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much wor.-. Their vice is the vice

of their institution. Their theory ot
a political organization which shall
obtain and maintain power and use
it for the profit of the rulers and
members of the organization is a
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rotten theory, rractn-awy an me po political
litical political organizations use power when
they get it to reward their workers
and sustain themselves. But Tam Tammany
many Tammany ovt-rdoes it. has been overdo overdoing
ing overdoing it steadily and progressively
for sixty or seventy years. No other
quasi-political organization in the
country is so hopelessly committed

to the idea of government for the

benefit of the governors, no other sol
detached, from all parties and eon-
centrated on its own enrichment and j
preservation. Cato kept dinging at

Carthage, not that Carthage was
such a hard place or that the Carth Carth-agians
agians Carth-agians so unworthy, but because the

interests ot Carthage were tunua tunua-mentally
mentally tunua-mentally hostile to the interests of
Rome. We keep dinging at Tam Tammany
many Tammany not because Tammany is in inhumanly
humanly inhumanly tough, but because the in interests
terests interests of Tammany are fundamen fundamentally
tally fundamentally hostile to the interests of the
people of the city and state of New New-York
York New-York and of the whole country.
Tammany being the only recogniz

ed Democratic organization for the
city of New York has a controlling

i power in Democratic state conven

tions and in the legislature of this
state. This power it uses, naturally
to help itself. When the Democrat?
have a chance to elect a governor
Tammany : not for th most compe competent
tent competent man. If prudence restrains it.

ias :t usually aoes. irom nonr.naiiai
a man of its own. it is for the man
who as governor will do Tammany

the most good or the least harm.

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A. Campbell.
Marshal A. J. Brigance.

Fire Chief H. S. Chambers. i
Sanitary Inspector G. W. c.leve-1
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Street Commissioner R o b e r t
Marsh.

OUTGOING MAILS CLO-iF:

A. C. L. NORTH
12:45 P. m. SOUTH 6

to n. m.: 2:00 p. m.

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m.:

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

an Honest man may have a bad title through no fault of his own'

a good man does not always mean a good title'
. r

'men pass away, titles run on ioreu-r.
an abstract of title is the only means by which you can determine

whether you are buying land or a lawsuit"

ODD FELLOWS

Tulula Lodge No. 22, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every
Tuesday evening at 7:00 o'clock ( in
Yonge's Hall, Fort King avenue. Vis Visitors
itors Visitors in the city invited to be with as.
G. L. Taylor, N". G.
W. L. Colbert. Secretary. Adv.

OCALA DRAY CO.

Transfer of furniture, trunks or
baggage. Careful moving of all
kinds. Two of the best teams.
Freight hauled or shipped to any
olace. Orders served at once, day or

it. Thos.

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residence
No. 24 1.

Johnson.
W. Second

Manager.

St.. phone
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LOYAL OHIO OF MOOSE

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The Ocala Lodge No. 699. Loyal
Order of Moose, meets each Thursday
evening at S 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.

Call np Phone 300 ana Lei ns uive an lmiukhc uu mm g

CONCORDIA LODGE F. V. OF A.

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Funeral Directors
11 Work Done ty Licensed

balmers and Fully Guaranteed
PHONES:

M.RIO-DUN MASONIC LODGE

Concordia Lodge. Fraternal Union
of America, meets in Yonge"s Hall
on the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor, F.M.
Chas. K. Sage. Secretary. Ad

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PLUMBING

AND ELECTRICAL WORK

We Guarantee To Sav e You Money on Any Work in Our Lines

CHAPTER NO. 13, K. A. M.

j Marion-Dunn Lodge
1 A. M. meets on the 1

No. 19,
rs: and

Th

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F. & j
third j

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Regular

D. E. McIYXR- . -C.
V. ROBERTS..
Undertaking Office.

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rto o'clock, until further notice. .four

C. E. Simmons. W. M.
Jake Brown. Secretary- Ad

convocations

of the Ocala

No. 10. R. A. M.. on the
Frilay in every month a:

l:0r. p. m. C. B. Connor, H. P.
Jake Brown. Secretary. Ad

n e employ none but expert we re In poMtlon to guarantee ev every
ery every piece of work we eon.troct to Mand the Insertion of the mo.t
rild in-pertor.. It rorta nothlns to Bet our figure, and yon are the
dinner, whether we ecure the contract or not. Give n a trial.

tub tit KniKiRiFa

( I.VATT 11ICK OCMK. IXORIUA

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THE OCA LA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY. OCT. 22, 1913

In your hand you hold a
five-cent piece.
Right at the grocer's hand
is a moisture-proof pack package
age package of Uneeda Biscuit. He
hands ySu the package
you hand him the coin.
A trifling transaction?
No! A remarkable one for you
have spei.c sma lest sum that
wiU buy a paCg? of -ood food;
and the grocer has cd you He
most iiut-itieuo food mad fr-mi
flour--ac clean and crisp and
delicious ac it was when it cam
from the ovn.
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY

HEAVY COST OF
IHE SHORT HAUL

ALL ABOARD FOR OGALA

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Iiiiuie that Show How Much (ioml
IloaN Mean to the Farmer
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Editor Star: The public- high highways
ways highways or" this country, when compar compar-;
; compar-; ed with other article- of commerce
' assume at once almost the aspect of
i a commercial tragedy,
j Indeed, were it not for the utiliza utiliza-i
i utiliza-i tion of electricity, steam and .steel
I which economically affords to the
American producer the whole world

for a market, he might well calcu calculate
late calculate the boundary of his commercial
zone within a radius of fifty miles.

his financial aid he oftimes forgets'
the lesson and becomes violently an-'
taeonistic. Now the department of
agriculture has gathered some con-,
crete illustrations of causes and ef-:
fects so pointed as to take the place
if the eimler I

For instance, in Lee county. Yir- 0n Xov 5 to 2$, the Atlantic
ginia a farmer owned HJ acres ofCoast Line sell round trf ti k.

ets to Ocala as rates quoted below:

Sickness Conies I'nannounc

Depend Upon The

Atlantic Coast Line Special Rates to X
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land which he offered to sell for
$1Suii in 19m 5.; his road was im improve!
prove! improve! much against his wishes. He

has since refused 3000 for the prop property.
erty. property. A nearby tract of ICS acres
i had been sold for $J0o0 before the
i road makers came. Afterwards it
! was sold for Sfooo. In Johnson
i county. Alabama, the people voted a
i bond issue of $2o.o00 for road im im-I
I im-I provement. after a bitter fight. The
! s-'ling price of the land doubled al-
! niruf immo.-liatolv In Sullivan

While no branch of the transpor-; county Tennesseea farmer had 100

. s.clct '""" bushels of potatoes which he

wagon transportation, it may ue

Archer .
Altoona .
Alachua .
Boardman
Brooksville
Branford

$1.S5
1.95
1.95
S5
2.45
2.S5

Croom 2.00

Center Hill
Candler
Citronelle
Crystal i
Citra
Dunnellon

1.70
.65
1.30
1.50
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1.05

tended to market during the

truthfully said, l believe, that in re- T1, i

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At This Period Use All
Safeguards for Comforts and Well Being
The best and most practical of these is ice our ice. It preserves
your food, conserves your health, increases your pleasure, does
you good in ways too nura'rous to mention and all for a little
money.
OCALA ICE &, PACKING CO.

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The
Laundry
That
Made
Ocala
Famous

To a Person Who Prides
I Himself on His Appearance J
v Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen
is a necessity. To supply that ne-
cessity is Our Business,
Ocala Steam Laundry

: -ion-jot s.

.Main Street
OCALl, ri.UKIDA

Phone 101.

Special Prices on Recovering Auto Tops:

Runabouts

4-Passenger;
5. Passenger;

Rubber Rubber-Mohair
Mohair Rubber-Mohair

Rubber
Mohair

$10.00j
12.501

$15.00
20.00

Rubber
(Mohair

$20.00
25.00

sped to the economic solution of I

this problem it is alone distinguish

ed for lack of progression, but I am j rottej

gratified to see that r lorida is wak waking
ing waking up to its great importance, and
such an example of the popular en enthusiasm
thusiasm enthusiasm of the citizens of Marion
county as evidenced on the 16th
along the Blitchton road should be
followed in every community of this
broad land of ouis.

Wagon transportation is of pri pri-mary
mary pri-mary importance because of its es-j
sentiality in transporting the farm :

to tne railroad station. it is the
medium through which practically
all the great commerce of a great
country makes its initial transit. In
length of haul between the producer

and consumer it constitutes but an
infinitesimal part of the distance, j
while the relative cost on either a:
. .
mileage or tonnage basis is many ;
times greater. j
The importance of wagon trans- j
portation intensifies ;is you consider
it from the standpoint of time and

The average haul on Too !-
in the Fnitel States is s 1-10;

miles, and the ton mile cost is ap-
proximately 2V cents. A normal crop
of barley, corn, oats and wheat con- j
sritutes not more than 2r,ooo,Hio i
average wagon loads and consumes J
1 7..'J'n.no working days in moving j
it to market. It costs the farmers J
of the l'nite.1 States to move their j
crop.-- of wheat, oats, corn and bar-I
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ley from the farm to t lie railroad;
station ', 1 .mh, yi)i to move these i
four cereals a distance of s 1-1 oj
miles. Nothing to my mind more i

j severely impeaches tne existing rail-j
I road conditions than these figures I

ami nothing can appeal more earn- j
estly or more eloquently for relief, j
These figures are so widely dispro-
portionate in cost when compared i
with the cost of rail transportation I
as to at once challenge the best j

thought of the studentry for solu solution.
tion. solution. On the improved roads of Penn Pennsylvania
sylvania Pennsylvania the wagon load was raised
from Mono to r.."iO(i pounds, equiva equivalent
lent equivalent to a reduction in the cost of a
wagon haul of 11; per cent. This

ratio of saving spread over the few

j not haul them. While

l stood at $1.40 a bushel

in the cellar.

"These illustration can be multi multiplied
plied multiplied indefinitely. Eventually they
will percolate through the most be benighted
nighted benighted understanding, and when
that time comes the producer and
the consumer will be closer together
than ever before to their mutual ad-
antage."

in';Dade City 2.05

Evinston

the price t.-,,:,.

his potatoes F1&ral Cit.' " " '
I Fort White

Gainesville
(Jrand Island
Hague
Hernando
Hawthorne
Homosassa .
High Springs
Holder

Florida is to be bisected by the
Quebee-to-Maine highway, but more
important than these '"highways"
should be the byway and just plain
roads" that connect them. It is the
sum total of the farmer's roads the

lanes over which he hauls his pro- Lacjv Lake 1.05
duce to market that means most Lowell 60
to Florida in the end. While the big iake City 2. SO

nverness
Interlachen
Juliette .
, Kendrick
Libson .
Leesburg

1.70
.90
1.50
1.S0
2.45
1.45
1.60
1.S0
1.40
1.15
1.75
2.15
1.25
1.60
1.85
.90
.30
1.55
1.25

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COURT PHARMACY
TO All Yor.
When some one in your home
is suddenly taken ill, then is
the time to depend upon the
Court Pharmacy to aid you
ia every possible way. Your
telephone call will be prompt promptly
ly promptly responded to. Prescrip

tions called for, rilled and de

livered quickly. Your doc- y
tor's orders carried out vith 5
absolute fidelity and detail. X
No matter what your want y
may be or what the ocassion 3
is. phone to the Court Phar- X

macy and you will be sure of
receiving right service.

and famous highways are being de developed,
veloped, developed, it is right that these other
roads should be developed also.
Every road that connects a dozen
farms with the market place is a
rood that should be improved and
put in such shape that it can be
traversed with heavy loads every
month in the year.
David H. Kirkland.

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Berlin. Oct. 2 1. The drougth has
at last been broken by a nice rain
Sunday, which has been anxiously
waited for by the truck growers.
.Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Stephens, oi
Sparr, were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. S. J. McCully last Sunday..
Mr. Frank Rawls and children,
of Alachua, spent the week end with

Montbrook
Martin ....
! Mcintosh .
McAlpine .
Marrel
; Morriston .
1 Mt. Dora .
: Micanopy .
1 Xew berry .
! Orange Lake
Okahumpka
Oklawaha .
1 OBrien
Palatka .
Pine Mount
Reddick
! Rochelle .
San ford . .
Sorrento .
i Ta vares . .
Trilby
: l.'matilla .

1.40
.50
.85
3.20
.50
1.25
2.05
1.10
2.15
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.70
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Telephone
235 or 388
when you want

First-class Plumber.
I am prepared to
do all kinds of Steam
and GaslFitting.
;j. W. Akin,

URMTUR

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Mr. V. It. Rawls and

Miss Floy McCully left

tor 1-airfield, where she

family.

Saturday (
accepted ;

i Weirsdale

Webster
IVilliston

as assistant
school.

teacher in

Test of goods seen

Goods subject to examination.

shop. Workmanship the best.
OCALA AUTO TOP CO.
J. J. McCRANIE, Manager.

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WHITE STAR LINE,
TRANSFER AND FI K K1MCOOF STOR AGE
COLLIER BROS.. Proprietors.

the position
the Fair held

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stephens audi

children, of Oak. were the guests uf
their uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs.
C. C. Stephens, over Sunday.
Miss I'na Crumpton left last Mon Monday
day Monday for Newberry, where she will
visit for a fortnight with her brother
Mr. .1. K. Crumpton.
Miss Winnifred .McCully returned

! home last Sunday, after spending a

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We can sxe you money on your
Furniture and Household Furnish Furnish-ng
ng Furnish-ng purchases. A large stock of both
new and second-hand furniture.
We make a specialty of the IN INSTALLMENT
STALLMENT INSTALLMENT BlSlNi:SS, and can
make you low prices and easy terms.
Try our method, you will like it.
Seconl-Hanl Furniture Ilouglit at
Hijiliest Market Price.

weeks with her sister, Mrs

Teams for Light
and Heavy Hauling.
Packing and
Shipping of
Furniture, Pianos
and Safes.
Baggage Service
the Best.

We Sell
BEAVER BOARD,
Superior to Plaste
or Ceiling in
Quality or Price.
Investigate.
Phone 296

whole farm commerce of the Tinted
States would mean an annual sav saving
ing saving to the producers of this country
of more than $ 1 ii.tHHijHto. Two
things are necessary, reduction of
gradients and hardsiyfacing of road roadbeds.
beds. roadbeds. Roads should be built as well
for the future as the present. It is
apparent to me that just as soon as
animal power has been supplanted
on the rail by gasoline, electricity

! and steam, just so sure it will be

supplanted on the wagon roads by
this same power. One cannot see
the farmer thrash his grain and plow
his land with steam, coiney his fam family
ily family to town with gasoline and ride
in an electric car from the depot to
his hotel without broadening into
the conclusion that some day he will

employ this same power to move his
crops from the farm to the station j
One cannot see a vehicle propelled i

R. C. MUNCASTER

FIRE

LIFE

ACCIDENT

HEALTH

BUR&LARY. EMPLOYEES

PLATE GLASS
LIABILITY

Ocala House Block

Phone 420

A. Noble.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Hammond and
daughter. Miss Rowena. spent Sun Sunday
day Sunday very pleasantly with Mr. and
Mrs. V. M. Seckinger.
There were fully two hundred
people present at the unveiling of
the monument of the late Samuel C.
Rawls. last Sunday afternoon. The
Ocala W. O. W. camp had charge of
the ceremonies. The following
camps were represented: Sparr.
Anthony. Ocala and Martel.
The men folks of Berlin all at attended
tended attended the Blitchton roadworking.
The good ladies spread dinner at Mr.

Seckinger's and fed a large crowd

and there was enough left to feed as

j many more. l ne loiiowmg lauies
j from Ocala helped: Mrs. J. R.
I Moorhead. Mrs. Mrs. Louis Lang.

Mrs. George Close. Mrs. Robert
Blake. Mrs. K. H. Martin, Mrs. Bul-

i Return Limit: November

i 1 ares ior Children: Tickets tor
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the transportation of children five
j years of age and under twelve, may
! be sold at one-half the above fares,
sufficient to be added to make total
! fare end in naught or five. Each
j coupon of each such ticket to be
plainly marked, stamped or punched
Va." E. M. NORTH.
Asst. Gen. Passenger Agent.

T. C. WHITE.
Gen. Passenger Agent,.

(1 11111111

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A. M. BOBBITT

Market and Laundry

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Between

9-11 dly
Phone 1K1

OCALA. FLA.

DEAFNESS CANNOT 15E CI HEI j
by local applications, as they canno- j
reach the diseased portion of the ear. j
There is only one way to cure deaf- i

ness, and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by iu

inilamed condition of the mucous lin-j

whpn i wiieii you want ruai-uiaaa

Call Phone 267
Ocala Meat Market

power easily

W. H. MARSH

FRESH MEATS

by thi.-

several times its own weight, with without
out without concluding that the time is near
at hand when the farmer can move
a ton and a half of grain to market
without having to move a ton and a
half of horsedesh and a ton of wagon
material.

When Secretary Rooney issued his
proclamation designating the lth
as ""good roads dav" in Marion i
county and summoned good citizens j

throughout the county to busy them themselves
selves themselves that day in improving the
Blitchton highway, he did much to
help put Marion county on the good good-roads
roads good-roads map. I suppose a few indurat indurated
ed indurated reactionaries will sniff at it and

declare it is none of the secretary s
business, and that the good roads
movement is only for the benefit of

the automobiles, and that the

ers are able to attend to their own af affairs,
fairs, affairs, but the secretary did a wise
and helpful thing. As- bearing on
the question the following from the
San Francisco Pos: is of interest:
"For many years the direct effect
upon land values and market prices,
of changing ba .1 roads in'o good
roads, ha.- been talked and wriuen
to ewry farmer in h country, but
when the time come for him :o ghe

coveying a load j lock, Mrs. Smith. Mrs. Todd. Mrs.

Rooney. and several others whosc whosc-names
names whosc-names we failed to get.. Those from
the country were Mrs. V. M. Seckin Seckinger.
ger. Seckinger. Mrs. C. C. Stephens. Mrs. S. J.
McCully and Mrs. W. B. Rawls.

Luckie's
Garage.

I I have just opened up my new
' garage on North Main street, and
i solicit a share of the patronage of
I ar owners in Ocala and surrounding
I ierritory. The repair department
i is prepared to do all kinds of auto auto-!
! auto-! mobile repairing on short notice.
None but first-class workmen em em-!
! em-! ployed, and therefore, I am in po-

farm-!?ition to guarantee every job that

leaves the place. Rates will be found

reasonable as high-class workman-j
ihip and good material can be fur
nished

insr nf the Eustachian Tube.

this tube is inflamed you have a j Fresh Meat, Fish Or Vege Vege-rumbling
rumbling Vege-rumbling s' und or imperfect hearing j tables. Corn-fed pork from
and when it is entirely closed, deaf- j my own farm. Al Rhame.
ness is the result, and unless the in-j 0cala,g best cuUer wiU
flammation can be taken out and this ; n
tube restored to its normal condition serve you. Prompt delivery.

.'hearing will be destroyed foreve :; ".

nine cases out of ten are caused by
catarih, wh'h is nothing but an in-j
flamed condition of the mucous sur- j

faces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
fcr any case of deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu
lars, free.
J. F. Cheney Co.. Toledo, Ohio
Sold bv druggists. To cents.
Take Hali's Family Pills for con con-stination.
stination. con-stination. Ad

OCALA LODGE NO. 2S6t B. I O. E.

D. N. WALDRON,

412 X. Magnolia St.. Ocala, Fla.
G. C. S HEP HARD,
DENTIST.
Holder Block, Rooms 9 and 10.
PHONE 250.

T
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GIYK ME A TRIAL
C. Luckie,

Proprietor
Buildin?- formerly occupied
Theater.

Idea.

Ocala Lodge, No. 286, Benovelent
and Protective Order of Elks, mens
the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Yisiting breth brethren
ren brethren a1 ways welcome.
Chas. W. Hunter, E. R.
Joseph Bell, Secretary. Ad.
'Queen of Sea Routes''

i
IlKKCHAM V A MIXERS, TUANS. CO
JACKSONVILLE TO
Savannah, Baltimore, Philadelphia,

Boston and Providence
Fine steamers; best service; low
fares; wirelesi '.elf-graph. Through
tickets to and from principal points
Snd for booklet.
H. C. AVERY, Aent,
Jacksonville, Fla.
L. D. JONES. C. A.
Seminole Hotel. Jacksonville. Fla
'Finest coatvIe Trie in the World"

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



SIX

THE OCALA EVENING 3TAR. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 22, 1913
HEED M ONTfiOM KHV

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I OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS

X Montgomery announcing the

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

Mr. ami Mrs. Maufihs Entertain
Miss Hell

A beautiful event of the early
winter season was the card party
last evening given by Mr. and Mrs.
Cm. T. Maughs at their home on Ok Ok-lawaha
lawaha Ok-lawaha avenue in cornplimen-t to
their house guest. Miss Alice Bell of
Norfolk, Va. An invitation to their
hospitable home carries with it an
assurance of rarest pleasure which
was added to on this delightful oc occasion
casion occasion by the presence of the lovely
guest of honor. Since coming to
Ocala three weeks ago. Miss Bell, by
her charming personality has made
many friends and to the continually
growing list were added many more
last evening.

The entire lower floor was

for Miss Ruby Hunt came. up from Dun Dun-inellon
inellon Dun-inellon yesterday afternoon in a car.

jfreshnients at the Court Pharmacy,
! and left for home about dark.

Spend the Day Party at Heartsease

Today with its crisp, sparkling at-:
mosphere softened by the sun's rays, i
was ideal for a spend-the-day party j
in the woods and when the chosen j
spot happens to be on the banks of i
Silver1 Springs and at Heartsease, I
the environments are perfect, espe- j
cially when the party includes as con- j
genial a crowd as that motored out j
today and selected the stated place I
t i be their designation. In the party'

! were Mrs. L. F. Blalock and her
usedj house guest. Mrs. V. C. Ilagin. of j

H. j
Mr.

C. Bailey received a tele tele-morning
morning tele-morning from Mrs. Reed

death

gomery at aIter. C

caused from complications following
an operation performed last July in
Jacksonville. I
i
Three, years ago .Mr, Montgomery
was married to Miss Blanche A us ley
in this: city and he'fnews of his
death j aAtjjrg not! unexpected
conies as a shock to ; their friends.

The funeral took place this after- V

noon at Salter, which was his old
home.

THE NEW IUTCKS

Messrs. J. H. Spencer and Francis j
Webber came down last night from j

Jacksonville with two new Buick au-

for the ten tables, arranged for auc-. Albany. Ga.. Capt. and Mrs. T
tion, and the rooms were decorated Johnson. Miss Clara Johnson.

with quantities of brilliant autumn i ana Mrs. T. K

. : 1 J . : V, 1 1 .1

leaves, liiieriiuumeu win uuuuicur
of yellow daisies, the brighmess of
both being further enhanced by the
cheerful fires which the pravailing
weather made necessary. The mural
decorations were extremely artistic
and particularly admired.
Mr. and Mrs. Maughs cordially
greeted their guests at the front
door, and after laying aside their
wraps they were shown by Mrs. E.
E. Carney into the parlor where the
hostess' pretty niece. Mrs. C. B.
Ayer, a bride of four months, with
her husband, received and introduc introduced
ed introduced the guests to Miss Bell with whom
stood Mr. V. B. Oallagher.
Mrs. Ayer looked unusually at attractive
tractive attractive in yellow chiffon, embroid embroidered
ered embroidered in silver beads. Miss Bell wore
a stunning evening gown of pale
blue satin, the bodice being trimmed
with shadow lace and a garniture of
pearls and embroidery.
In the den the guests had the op opportunity
portunity opportunity to pass pleasantly a few
moments with the popular bride-

elect of next month. Miss Mattye l

Wjlliams. who presided at the punch
bowl. On each of the tables were
mints which with the punch were
enjoyed during the sixteen hands of
auction. Scores were tallied on
cards painted in autumn leaves by
Mrs. Ayer, which further developed
the decorative features. Miss von
Engelken and Dr. Walters proved to
be the most skillful players and
were awarded with pretty and useful
prizes, the former receiving two
small gold hatpins set with emeralds
and the latter a smoking set. Two
similar hatpins were given to the
honoree.
The evening was concluded by the
hostess serving a delightful menu,
including chicken salad, sandwiches,
olives, pickles, wafers and coffee.
Mr. and Mrs. Maughs' guests in included
cluded included the unmarried society set and
were Misses Eugenia Fuller. Janet
Weathers. Hester Dewey. Minnie
Stovall. Dorothy Schreiber. Clara
Johnson. Mary McDowell. Mary Bur Bur-ford.
ford. Bur-ford. Fanny and Rosebud Robinson
Adele Bittinger, Hope Robinson.
Marguerite Porter. Marie von En Engelken.
gelken. Engelken. Alice Bullock. Mattye Will Williams.
iams. Williams. Annie Atkinson. Messrs. (lal (lallagher.
lagher. (lallagher. Frederick Hocker. Clarence
Meffert. Ralph Robinson. W. D. Tay Taylor.
lor. Taylor. A. P. Smith. A. J. Beck. Frank
Harris. Jr.. Hibbert Weathers. J. 11.
Workman. Holmes Walters. O. B
Howse. Ernest Crook. Sam Mathews.
Ouy Zewadski. Whitfield Palmer.

Edward Green. Drs. Harry Walters

and Carlisle Izlar.

Mr. Faircloth. Mr. Dawson White. I
t
Mrs. Thomas. Miss Stringfellow and j

Bridges, Miss Alice!

Bullock, Messrs. O. B. Howse and W. I
B. Gallagher. Capt. Johnson and!
i

Mr. Howse went out early to fish
and were joined later by the others.
At noon a bountiful dinner was
spread which included a large plat platter
ter platter of sizzling fish.
The crowd returned leisurely dur during
ing during the afternoon which concluded a
thoroughly enjoyable day.
Presbyterian .Missionary Society

tomobiles, a Model IW B. touring
car and roadster. They came by the
western route, via Highland. Starke
etc. Mr. L. C. Hester of Williston.
a sub-agent for the Buick in that
territory, with two men accompanied
the party, taking three cars to his
place, a large touring car and two
small touring cars. Messrs. W. A.
Goin and Herman Grime will arrive
this afternoon via the eastern or St.
Augustine-Palatka route with two

i cars, and Messrs. Spencer and Web Web-i
i Web-i ber went to Jacksonville this after after-i
i after-i noon and will return tomorrow via
j St. Augustine with two cars.

BOl'GHT A BRAND NEW ISl'H'K

Mr. George W. Easterling bought
this morning from the Ocala Gas
Engine Works a handsome new
Buick roadster. Model B. IH',. This
is a very stylish car, modeled like
the new Cadillac roadsters, and Mr.
Easterling is justly proud of it.

SEASON

AT THE TEMPLE
"The Girl from the l"u-

The Ladies' Missionary Society of
the Presbyterian church will meet

j tomorrow afternoon at .".::! o'clock.
! This will be a very important meet-

j ing. All committees for definite

work will be appointed tor tin- com- THEATRICAL
ing months. Special emphasis will i
be laid upon the new organization in!

the Southern Presbyterian church,! Nov. 10

the Woman's Auxiliary, with Miss j derworld."
Winnbrough of Kansas City. Mo., as; Xov. 17 Edison talking pictures,
superintendent. This meeting com-1 Xov. IS Edison talking pictures,
bines September and October. All I Xov. 21 Local talent; benefit of
members of the society and ladies of i the hospital.
the church who will join us in thej Xov. 1'S Burt Leigh, in "The
work, are cordially invited to meet i Little Millionaire."
at the manse. j Dec. S "The Barber of Seville."

: Dec. 13 "The

The Star regrets to learn of the j I)ec I)ec-illness
illness I)ec-illness of Mrs. H. A. Fausett. She! Dec.
was taken very sick yesterday eve-j Dec.

Jan.
Jan.

Don't forget the meeting of the!H's-"
Woman's Missionary Society Friday i Jan Jan-afternoon
afternoon Jan-afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at thej Jan.
Methodist church. j Jan.
i Feb.
All her friends are sorry to hear J 1' eb.
of the severe illness of Mrs. A. M. j sreJs.
Lansford. who had to be taken to thet leb.

hospital yesterday afternoon, and

ning. but is

somewhat

better today.

will probably have to undergo an op operation.
eration. operation. She was resting as easily
as could be expected this afternoon.

Mch.
Mch.
Mch.

Leopard's Spots.''

16 Xeil O'Brien Minstrels.
2G "Bought and Paid For."
30 Coburn's Minstrels.
1 "Divorce Question."
0 "The Shepherd of the
17 "Polly of the Circus."
21 .Mary's Lamb Company.
27 The Spring Maid Co.
1 Smart Set.
23 Evan's Honey Boy Min-
24 Fine Feathers.
4 (To 13) Chautauqua.

14 Rose
19 Paul

Maid.
Gilmore.

B.

MASTERS

CO

(Grocery iepaurlment

liOBETTERflOIJRMAil

REST FOR BREAD-BISCUITS
PIrTEED 8V igieart EC3 unde r000 AN0'

OrrNBUTRD.NEVR-BFrRD1

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Thousands are i

it

Every Day

Y0U IE

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And you will hereafter
have Good Bread and
Biscuits.
This Flour is superior to
any high-grade winter wheat
flour now on the market and
its Quality is its own recommendation.

Roller
Patent.

dDME(GA FIUDUM

One o! the Best Known and Cannot be Surpassed

HOUSE OF QUALITY

IFloiricla.

Mrs. Caroline Moorhead of Ocala.
arrived Monday night, to he the
guest of Miss Margaret Axelson and
Miss Cromarty. Mrs. Moorhead is a
daughter of a Confederate veteran.

I the late Col. Charles Hooper, and has!

many relatives and friends in this
city. Pensacola Journal.

DYNAMITE THEIR ONLY
HOPE OF 1KL1 erance

New York, Oct. 22. Mrs. Emiiie Emiiie-line
line Emiiie-line Pankhurst, addressing last night
in Madison Square Garden, her first
American mass meeting, explained

I why militant methods for the cause
i of woman suffrage are followed in

1 Fngland hut not in America, and de de-Miss
Miss de-Miss Ruth Reynolds, a sister of j fended the employment of such
Miss Mary Reynolds, and who also j methods. She criticised the British
taught school one winter in Ocala. government as the most conservative
is in New York Citv with her Mster on earth, and held it responsible.

anil has a lucrative position
structor in a suburb school.

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Four Reels High High-Class
Class High-Class Motion
Pictures.
TO-NIGHT

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TH hi HEART OF VALESKA
Russian Drama Edison)

THE TREE AND THE CHAFF
(Selig Drama)

JOHN' BFNNY AND FLORA FINCH.
In Loves Quarantine
( Vitagraph Comedy )
THE SIGN
( Essanay Drama)

6:30 to 10 p. m.
ADMISSION:
5 and 10 Cents

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2

Mrs. II. A. Ford. Miss Emily
Stotesbury and Mr. Donald Ford,
who have snent the summer at At-

lantic City. N. J.. at various points iing

Cana la an I New York Citv. are i evil

now in Macon, the guests of Mrs.
Ford's daughter. Mrs. Ralph Rirdsey.
They will return home the last of the
week.

through failure to enact legislation
desired by women, for advocates of
suffrage resorting to violence to ob obtain
tain obtain the ballot. Only through dyna dynamic
mic dynamic means, she declared, could Eng English
lish English women hope to secure laws deal-

with white slavery, industrial

and other

women.

BENEFIT FOR
THE BANDSMEN

A Good Chance for the People to
Pay Tliein for Some of Their
Public Spirit i
One evening toward the latter part
of the month, the band will give a
i
concert at the Temple. The proceeds
will go toward paying rent on the!
hall where they practice and other
expenses.
The members of the band have
shown splendid public spirit all th:. ;
an I other summers. Let the people
show appreciation by going to this
paid concert in force.

FILIPINOS l.ELI EYE THEY
ARE READY FOR FREEDOM

Washington.' Oct.

conditions affecting j of the Filipinos

All the late shapes and shades In
men's fall hats are just in at Water

man's. Get yours now. 0-22-tf

Miss Alice Bell is the guest of
Mrs. C. B. Ayer for two days, going
over this morning from the home of

Mrs. G. T. Maughs. j
Mrs. Arthur Williams and daugh- j
ter. Elizabeth, are now in Bartow:
visiting Mrs. Newman, and Saturday;
they will be joined by Mr. Williams j
who will accompany them to Ocala i
Sunday, which will be two days later;
than thy-dTiten'ded "arriving

GROCERIES

I

Dr. Harry Dozier finished his

special course a the New York
lege of Surgefyhis iHorning.
will leave tomorrow for home.

mpanied by Mrs. Dozier. and

arriv4iere aturdav.

Col Col-and
and Col-and ac-

'

The answer

to President Wil

son s jnessage. delivered through
Governor General Harrison, came by
cable yesterady in the form of a res resolution
olution resolution adopted by the Filipino as assembly.
sembly. assembly. Emphatic belief in the right
of the Filipinos to be free is express expressed
ed expressed in the resolution and the presi president's
dent's president's words are gratefully accepted
as "a categorical declaration of the
purpose of the nation to recognize
the independence of the islands."

leantKnl Picflires
For Framing

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
from
$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.

THEUS Z ACHRY GO.

"THE FURNITURE MEN

99

Phone 19.

Ocala, Fla.

OliEGON WILL LEAD OFF

Mr. and Mrs. Jake Klein returne 1
today from Canton, where Mrs. Kle:n
spent the summer months.

Mrs. R. L.
today from
several days

Harper arrived in Ocala
Jacksonville to spend
with friends.

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

We Handle

The Best Groceries.

This is a broad statement, but we
stand back of it. When we tell you
that in our line is included the fa famous
mous famous Seaman Brothers" goods, than
which there is none better put in a
package, you may know our reason
for it. And our delivery system is
right up to the minute.
Smith Grocery Co.
PHOXE 4:?4
North of Ocala National Bank

Washington. Oct. 22. Secretary
Daniels has formally announced that
the historic battleship Oregon, which'

made the famous trip around Cape
Horn in the early days of the Spanish-American
war. will lead the great
international fleet through the Pan Panama
ama Panama canal when the waterway is
opened in 19K.

i

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i

ORDER OF EASTERN STAR

Ocala Chapter,
meets at Yonge's
day evening at 7:

Xo. 29. O. E. 3..
hall the first Fri Fri-30
30 Fri-30 o'clock and the

third Friday afternoon at I

each month.'
Mrs. Emma C. Burnett. W. M
Miss Florrie Condon. SeTetarv

0, of

Jad Salts, the one that you are
after, can be had at the Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. K'-iO-tf

!

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

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THE OCAJLA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY. OCT. 22, 1913

SEVEX

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I'M

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March 4-13, 1914.
Ten Full Days three Sessions Daily
celebrated hands, orchestras, entertainers.
LECTIRERS, VOTED AIITISTS KiiOM AM. PARTS OF THE
or xt ii v.
Inspiration, Entertainment, Instruction.
Over 4.1 Distinctive Events for One Season Ticket.

SEASON
Adults, $4; Double,

NOTICE First sale of season pickets opens at Board of Trade
Rooms, Tuesday morning, October' 21. Only 40i season tickets
at the reduced price of $4 will be. offered. When these are sold,
patrons must pay regular door admissions. Door admissions
will be .") cents and 75 cents. A season ticket admits you on an
average of seven cents an entertainment. Buy a season ticket,
it pays. On this first advance sale all season tickets carry a free
season reserved seat; after this sale, the reserved seat will cost
a dollar extra. BE OX HAND TUESDAY MORXIXG TO SIGN
FOR YOUR TICKETS. If you are not numbered among the 400,
and lose your free reserved, seat or' hve to pay the higher single
door admission, ir will be because you do not come out on this
first sale and jdedge for your season ticket.
PAYMENT NOW for you season ticket is not compulsory
and will not be urge, but will be a courtesy appreciated by the
management, for it facilitates their work.
REMEMBER, this first and important sale opens at !) a. m.
Tuesday October 21, at Board of Trade rooms. BE. OX HAND
PROMPTLY AND CHECK OFF A GOOD SEAT.
Ocala's Great Chautauqua, Ten Full Days.

F. E. McCLANE, M. D.
SPECIALIST IX CHRONIC DISEASES
The Dr. IWcCIane Medical, Surgical and
Electrical Institute
OCALA, FLORIDA.

PHONES
Office, Xo. 333., Di-
Office Suite 1 to
Holder Block

1 HEADQUARTERS" FOR WIRE FENCE

,, We have just -received -a- earlHc

rencing, staples and Hay Wire an.l are in position to make you some
attractive price on it. We are the only dealers in this section of the
country that ha. .die this brand of fence and have demonstrated in the
past that it is absolutely t&e.bel and stronsrpst fence on the market,
and running it as we have in competition with many inferior grades
of wire fence. We have hadswne phenomenal sales on it and
made many friends and customers Give us your orders, if the goods
don't make good we will.
KnigW Lang

It Will Be
lMcy Ii Yew Pockd
To figure with US before you place your order for
LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATH
or any thing or millwork you may need in the build building
ing building line. We are prepared to give you estimates on
comlpete house bills.
Wc Carry Heart Porch Flooring In Stock
E. E. CONVERSE fLAKMG MILLS
PHONE 23'4 Office Gor. Osceola and S. 3rd St

Mail nscripSiiCowrs.
An elegant' lift of lawyers
manuscript in any
color that could he desired.

OeMa iSttan0
SUPERIOR PRIXT1XG FOR ALL PURPOSES
jafu-r-l

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CHAUTAUQUA

TICKET:
$7. Children, $2.
I
'w""0i
MCIane's Residence, Xo. 407.
Southwest cor. Public Square.
f the -Famous SOL'THEKX Wire
B3.

THE SOUTHERN CROSS.

Its Name Does Not Quite Fit
Wondrous Constellation.
The Southern Cross, wonderful a
to t! living in the outhern hair
! Of tb
v-,rM
t- t!.t
t"'i;it t!j-i-t-.
is on' f 1 1
i teres t iiiir uf
i;j-t :;vi,; ;.;!N .Hid ill-
I the n;t;i rv. conriurn
I tion.
' Situated :it :l lit:i !:
.: de'4r- f:-oti; tii- .;;; U j
! ly visIU.- in nil r-Ji-.-i.-
f ;;!M.iit ti
vt;
(equator, and :ii-: to sou),. li 'T:: !!'".
! north. ;i I tir :i f:.r as the tr: i.- r'
' .'ai)fi-r. Tin' f.nt'ifr s utb u- triv 1
i the bilker in the l:i-aeiis wi'.l ;: i r
; the I'l'n-s and is itui-.iily the more tt:
' Spi-iio;:s ii becomes.
It s-'iiis t have revived its ii'tiu ii'tiu-j
j ii'tiu-j not like th- nrt !i-n nsttihiti' !! !!-;
; !!-; from the ancients, but. like most of w
southern configurations from tin- Por Portuguese
tuguese Portuguese navigators, during their ex-
i plorations inti tin southern w::iers.
! It is said that when Dante came u
; from Inferno" lif der 'a red that h-
j had seen a mighty cross set in the j
j southern firmauient. and the naviga-
j tors set about to rind such a figure
i and settled upon this one as best fu!
j filling the conditions. That it is dilh
j cult, at first glance, to picture this as j
! a true cross, is not suprising. for had
j it been named the "kite." a much
! closer representation could have been
imagined. T'" ro called "false cross."
midway bei- n the cross and the 1
; bright star Cunopus. although eom- 1
! posed of fainter stars, is much more
regular and symmetrical in shape.
Taken all in ail. tin's constellation of:
j the Southern Cross, which lias been
j the wonder of centuries, still holds its
, place as a remarkable curiosity, even j
with the advance of astronomical in-
; vestlgation. and with the data obtain- 1
j ed from the spectroscope and the1
I photograph, our efforts still find un-

i limited problems yet to be solved. AndJsine" cackld a would be wit. The

j above all others, that of the Southern
; Cross is yet far from a complete s-lu-!
tion.-Lenn Campbell In "Peru Today."
PUZZLES OF SLEEP.
Noise and Slumber and the Marvelous
Rapidity of Dreams.
IJotb Bismarck and Pepys found that
noise enh.in-ed the value of a night's
rest, nisman k confnh-d in his old ajre
to an intorvfver th:;t lie rould "nover
s'.eep in Berlin at niht when it is
quiet, but as soon as the poise begins,
about 4 o'clock in the tuoruintr. I can
sleep a little and t my rest for the
day."
Pejus records in his diary on Sept
Jo. lCCl. that he slept at Wellin- "and:
stiil remember it that of all the nights
that ever I slept in my life 1 never did
pass a Tii.irlit with more epicurism of;
sleep: there heiuir now and then a i
noise of people that waked me. and
then it was a very rainy niht. and j
then I was a little weary, that what :
between waking and then sleeping
aijain. one after another.- "-ireverhadi
so much content in all my life." J
The probability that we pet snatches
of sleep at odd moments when we sup- j
pose ourselves t have remained con j
tinuouslv awake is supported by the.
phenomena of dreams. Mark Twain j
accounted for his own ''disappearim;
visitor" by the belief that he had un unconsciously
consciously unconsciously had a very short nap. and
many have explained visions of jchosts
as due to dreams durinir such short
naps.
For nothimr is better established in
connection with dreams than that an
apparently very lonp one can occur
durimr an almost infinitesimal time.
Alfred Maury had a lorn, vivid dream
of the reiirn of terror, including the
trial of himself before the revolution revolutionary
ary revolutionary tribunal and his execution, and
was able to show that it all happened
during the moment of awakeninir by
the fall of a red from the bed canopy
upon bis neck. London Chronicle.
Nogi's Nerve Tonic.
Having been dedicated to the pro profession
fession profession of arms. Cetieral Xogi was
taken, while still a small boy. to see a
criminal d vapitated and was rebuked
for shuddering at the spectacle. After
nightfall, when all was darkness and
silence, he was required to go alone to
! the burial ground and bring back the
i culprit's head. The ordeal was de-
; signed to strengthen his nerves and
j teach him to fear nothing, living or
! dead. Francis E. Leupp in Atlantic.
Our Language.
An intelligent foreigner is
said to!
have expressed himself after the fol following
lowing following fashion on "the absurdities of
the English language: "When I dis discovered
covered discovered that I was quick. I was fast;
if I stood tirm. I was fast; if 1 spent
too freely. I was fast, and that not to
eat was to fast. I was discouraged.
Rut when I came across the sentence.
"The first one won one $1 prize,' I was
tempted to give up English and learn
some other language."
Neatly Turned.
Jack I heir that you called on your
girl's father How did you come out?
Tom So so! I said to him. "Mr. X., I
love your daughter." He said. "So do
I; now let's talk of something else."
Jack And then Tom Then well,
we talked or something else. Boston
Transcript.
Her Talk Not Dead.
"I understand that your wife
is a
student of the dead languages."
"Yes," replied Mr. Meekton "But her
studies are of no particular advantage.
When she talks to me she insists on
using language that I can't fail to un understand."
derstand." understand." Washington Star.
!
Talent's Advantage. j
Willie Paw. what is the difference j
between genius and talent? Paw
Talent gets paid every Saturday, my
sou. Cincinnati Enquirer.

t,A CLEVER SWINDLE

I
I...,. ..
Watering Place.
I
' IIUIMIIU LI id llri I i kr". rl I rill riill l.NII
STORY OF A WORRIED WOMAN.
It Caught the Interest and Sympathy
of the Prosperous Loungers at the
Fashionable Hotel, and the Rest of
the Scheme Vas Easy.
.
; the terrace of the leading bote in the
!-...,
fashionable watering place sunning
1
. theuiseives. it was a niamlicent yft-
,
ernoou. Lverybody was lazilv gHd
1
j lemre-te iuu coiunuurea to tne gen-
j erai air or well fed contentment. And
then "the woman put in an appear
a nee.
For a moment she stood on the stone
steps that led up to the terrace, hesi
tating. "The prosperous" gaped at
her and wondered why she was there.
They probably classified her as one of i
the "respectable poor.
"The woman" could not disguise the
fact that she was in trouble of some
sort. She advanced upon "the pros
perous" and glanced timidly from face
to face. Then, withering her courage
in both hands, she walked right past
them into the vestibule of the hotel.
A little buzz of speculation arose.
There was no doubt about it. They
found "the woman" interesting.
Wonder what's worrying her? said
one.
leiuups. sue minus or putting up
and is a bit doubtful about the cui-
cold stare with which his remark was
received told him that it was consid considered
ered considered to be in decidedly bad taste. As
a fact, "the prosperous were inclined
to feel sympathy for "the woman."
They had been well fed. and it was a
magnificent afternoon: also they were
genuinely curious.
Soon she came out atrain. looking
more dejected than ever. She looked
around as if for a less public means o
escape, but. finding none, strode des desperately
perately desperately forward.
"My Lrood woman, you seem to be in
trouble. Can I do anything,'
It was the elderly military looking
man in the corner who spoke spoke
irrutlly ns one who is in the habit of
doim: favors unraci-i'isly. "The pros prosperous"
perous" prosperous" thought it a triile d.irins:. But
they were secretly rlad. And they lis
toned.
"Xo. sir. thank yon." replied "the
woman."
And then she belied her words by a
muJiied sob.
"I I it's nothing, sir nothing at
all." she added.
The military looking man rose from
his seat.
"Have the goodness to take that
chair," he said peremptorily, "and tell
us the truth. 1 have no doubt that we
shall be able to assist yon."
When she had partly composed her herself
self herself "the woman" stammered out her
story, with the aid of much prompt prompting
ing prompting from her companion.
"I am a widow, a color sergeant in
the Welsh rays my husband was. I
let lodgings in the town. There was a
gentleman called Colonel Morrish
boarded in my house nigh on six
, months; said he'd pay me as soon as
his dividends or somethin' came in at
the half year.
"I managed to hold out and gave
him the good table as he was accus accustomed
tomed accustomed to. though it meant owing the
landlord. But I'd do anything to have
the gentry in my house."
"The prosperous" murmured sympa sympathetically.
thetically. sympathetically. ".lust before the six months was up
he said he'd have to come an" stay at
this hotel to meet one of the directors
who was going to pay him his money.
An' now they tell me that there never
was no one here by the name of Colo Colonel
nel Colonel Morrish. And and the bailiffs
come into my house this mornin". an'
they'll take all my furniture for the
12 I owe the landlord."
"Twelve pounds:' repeated the mili military
tary military looking man. lie hesitated and
then fumbled in Ids pocket. "Well,
dash it. here is 2 toward it." And
his voice was gruffer than ever.
He glared tiercel v at the meek little
man bv his side, who nromntlv beT.nn
the fumbling process to cover his con confusion.
fusion. confusion. Others fumbled, too. and at the end
of a couple of minutes the 12 was
there.
1 I can't take it. sir. I"
"Madam, don't talk like a fool"
thundered the military looking man.
"Run home and pay out those bail bailiffs."
iffs." bailiffs." Late that evening in a room in the
poorer quarters of the town "the wo woman"
man" woman" was fingering the sovereigns.
"That's ten quid to the god. any anyhow:"
how:" anyhow:" she said complacently. "Where
shall we try next?"
"Don't know, old girl
But I was j
j
thinking of Brighton.
It was the militarv looking man who i
answered. Londou Answers
Appropriate.
"Did you hear that that poor fellow
who lost both his legs in an automo automobile
bile automobile accide!it intends t go into poii;
tics;"
"Xo. How cm lie wirh-jtit a leg t;
stand on?"
"Oh. lie expects to go on the stump,"
Judge.
When yon know a thing, maintain
that v.m kuiv It: when von do not.
a '-knowledge your ignoran -e. Confu
ci us.

c;kokc;e fked at last

LANDS A FEDERAL JOB
i Washington. Oct.
1 Williams, of Boston.
22. Geo. Fred;
has been select-
, u, i iCMut-ut n?ou ior minister
lto Greece. The post was offered to
I Professor Garrett Droppers of Will
t..; ... .
ianis College, who declined that he!
might continue his educational work.!
WAt'AHOOTA
Wacahoota, Oct. 21. The drouth;
ot" four weeks was broken Sunday by!
a slow rain which lasted all dav and i
1 dld a sreat deal of good to vegeta-
!, n
i uies and all growing crops.
j OT1 , T 0
-Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Barr. Mrs. J. D.
, ,'.,.,. AT; ,
Watkms, Miss Clarice and John Barr
,,.ati.in f A
! uatkins of Micanopy motored out
and dined
with Mrs. V. P. Smith on
the 12th.
Mrs. J. Porter Smith returned
Wednesday from the home of her
daughter, Mrs. I. X. Rawls of Mont Mont-brook.
brook. Mont-brook. While there Mrs. Smith cel celebrated
ebrated celebrated her eighty-first birthday.
j Mrs. Rawls and her daughter invited
a number of guests and served a
sumptuous dinner. Along with the
other good things was a huge roast
turkey to grace the table and please
the palate. Mrs. Smith was the re recipient
cipient recipient of several nice presents.
The cemetery working at the M.
E. church last Wednesday was well
attended and the cemetery was hoed
and raked and the church and fence
cleaned around, which greatly im
proved the appearance of same. At
noon a lovely
basket dinner was
served.
Messrs. J. M. and Cedric Smith at attended
tended attended the Blitehton road working
last Thursday. They report a large
crowd, lots of work and plenty of
dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Epperson of
Williston and .Mrs. 1. X. Rawls of
Montbrook attended the cemetery
working Wednesday.
Miis Theora Smith has returned
from a delightful visit with Mis?
Rawls of Montbrook.
Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Edwards of Ir-
; ine and Mrs. W. J. Edwards and son
j Lawrence, and nurse, of Ocala. were
'guests of Mrs. V. P. Smith Friday.
Messrs. C. R Curry and C. M.
j Smith attended the oyster supper at
Micanopy Thursday night, given by
1 the Woo linen.
Mrs. T. X. Smith spent several
(days last week with her niece, Mrs.
I R .C. Epperson of Williston.
j The many friends of Mrs. .1. O. Ty Ty-;
; Ty-; son are pleased to learn she is able
! to be about again.
Mrs. J. (). Tyson and children,
jjannie and .lanielie. Mrs. F. J. Bru Bru-'
' Bru-' ton, Mrs. Elvin Cruton and little son.
J J. I)., spent the day with Mrs. C. R.
j Curry last Tuesday.
! Mrs. T. X. Smith and Mrs. L. M.
Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Smith were i
! week end visitors to relatives in Mic-
auopy.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Curry and
daughter, Thelma. were shopping in
Micanopy Saturday afternoon.
Mr. Cedric Smith was a business
visitor to Williston Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Gibbons of
Archer spent Sunday with Mrs. C. M.
Smith.
OPEN ALL XIGHT
The Merchant s Cafe is a first class
place to take your meals. Open night
and day. J. R. Dewey, proprie proprietor.
tor. proprietor. 2-2S-tf
OFI ICIAL DIRECTORY
CITY
OF OCALA
Mayo;- .1. D. Robertson.
Recorder L. T. Izlar.
Assistant Recorder Joseph Bell
Council B. A. Weathers, nresi
Jenr; J. H. Taylor, president pre
tern; Z C. Bennett. Baxter Carn, J
W. Hood, E. T. Helvenston. G. A
Carmiehael, F. G. B. Weihe, C. M.I
Livingston.
City Attorney C. L. Sistrunk.
City Clerk H. C. Sistrunk. j
Treasurer and Tax Collector W.
Y. Clyatt.
City Engineer J. R. Moorheai. :
Superintendent Light Plant J. C
Caldwell. ;
Superintendent Water Works .1 ;
A. Campbell. j
Marshal A. J. Brigance. ;
Fire Chief H. S. Chambers.
Sanitary Inspector G. W. Cleve Cleveland,
land, Cleveland, i
Street Commissioner R o b e r t ;
Marsh
THE FAMILY COt'fiH .MEDICINE
j
everv home there should he a i
In
bottle of Dr. King's Xew Discovery,
ready for immediate use when anv
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
whole family depended upon Dr.
King's Xew Discovery as the best
cough and" cold medicine in the
.world. 1 wo .t'c bottles cured me
j of pneumonia." Thousands of other
I rflmilie5 have been equally benefit-:
led and depended entirely upon Dr.
I King's Xew Discovery to cure their ;
coughs and colds, thrcfat and lung ;
I troubles. Every dose helps. Price!
! "oc and SI All druggists. H. E.
Bucklen & Co., Philadelphia or St. j
Louis. Ad i
I K. of P. meet Monday evening.

UNCLASSIFIED ADS

' UIIIUU, I ui OulC
j rrtr r
1 ''0' enl anu oimilar LOCal HeeuS-
! T- T, I
iil cr. r uiv ijiVL, LOOK at 44
Xorth Sanchez street 2 homes lot
i 120x205: must sell tn?Pthov -r- .a
erate; make me an offer quick. E.
R. Damoth, 207 Hodges building.
Detroit, Mich. 9-22-lru
FOR SALE 350 teres cutover
pine land with railroad siding, shan
i
ties and good well of water; good foi
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 REXT 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
FOR RENT-j-A seven room house
in good condition with every mod.
ern convenience, Xo. 411 South Wa Watula
tula Watula street. Apply to the Star of office.
fice. office. 1019-t!
FOR REXT A six-room cottage
at 505 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 REXT For col colored
ored colored people; conveniently located in
desirable part of town: all new; $6
and $S per month. Apply to "W"
care Star. 10-15-ti
FOR REXT three nicely fur furnished
nished furnished rooms for light housekeep housekeeping:
ing: housekeeping: bath and lights. P. A. Durand,
T.14 E. Adams St. 10-13-tf
-
FOR REXT Xew 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-Ct
FOR SALE lo'j 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 ""." G acres of rood land
adjoining. Will sell at a bargain.
Apply or write to ('. A. Howes, Xew Xew-burn.
burn. Xew-burn. Suwannee Co., Fla. 10-15-lm
FOR SALE -Ten room house on
Fort King avenue. Ceo. R. McKean,
Box 221;, Tampa, Fla. 10-1 5-1 2t
WANTED
well water,
office.
-Four room house with
Address. "A," care Star
10-17-Ct
FOR SALE Xice place on coast
near Spencer's gulf home; launch
and row boat; house all furnished,
ready to be occupied: SC.00. See or
write P. A. Durand, Ocala. 10-17-Gt
ROOMS FOR REXT Three un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished rooms suitable for house housekeeping;
keeping; housekeeping; first floor; bath, etc., at attached;
tached; attached; within two blocks of court courthouse.
house. courthouse. Apply "Rooms" care Star
office. 10-lS-tf
WAXTED Lady or gentleman
living in or outside of Ocala to do
some work or to travel. Salary $13
to SIS per week and expenses. Ex Experience
perience Experience unnecessary. ''dress Alex-
ander Supply
Park. Illinois.
Couipany
Morgan
10-lS-lt
FOR SALE (".-horsepower boiler
and .".-horsepower engine in good
condition; suitable for wool will or
small factory. May be seen in Ocala.
Address I
jua
O.
box Ocala. Flor-
10-20-Gt
MARION" COUNTY DIRECTORY
Judge Circuit Court W.
lock, Ocala.
District Attorney E. W
Ocala.
Clerk Circuit Court P. H.
Ocala.
S. Bui Bui-Davis,
Davis, Bui-Davis, Xugent,
Sheriff J. P. Galloway, Ocala.
Tax Collector W. L. Colbert,
Ocala.
Tax Assessor Alfred Ayer. Oala.
Treasurer John M. Grahani,
Ocala.
Surveyor W. A. Moorhead, Ocala.
Judge of Prolate Win. E. Smith,
Ocala.
County Commissioners C. Carmi-
chael. Ocaia; J. W. Davis. Summer-
field; W t. Henderson, Lynne; D. G.
Watkins. Dunnellon: Walter Lufl Lufl-maa,
maa, Lufl-maa, Sparr.
Board Public Instruction J. H.
Brinson. Superintendent. Ocala: B.
R. Blitch, Blitehton; J. S. Granthar..
Fort McCoy: V. D. Carn. Ocala.
Scratched.
She "And that scar, major. Did
you get it during an engagement?"
He (absently i -."o; the first week of
our L.cneymco'-!"
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take LAXATIVE BPOMO C"'-ae. It stops the
Cough and Headache 8-d works -,f the Cold.
Druggists refund rnorvy il it fails to cure.
23- W. GROVE'S signature ca .ac i box. 1Z
Odd Fellows ruee: Tuesday nigbt.



fr'IGHT

THE OCALA EVENING STAR. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 22, 1913

FALL and
WINTER
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When we eat. we're a problem: wbenj
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we can't hop on a train, but there; Frying Bird,
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Moose meet Thursday evening.

Meanwhile he smoked his pipe and
made friends with the other boarders.
The principal of these was Hunter
Hoyt, a genial, fat oid scamp of fifty,
never altogether sober, though vary vary-inglv
inglv vary-inglv drunk, who in his palmy days

had been a sensational journalist of
some celebrity in the newspaper world
of New York and San Francisco.
Drink had been his ruin, and he was
now doing reporter work for the local
Manaswan paper, the Banner. Shab Shabby,
by, Shabby, jolly and always with a flower in
his buttonhole and a pleasant (if often
inarticulate word for everybody. Hoyt
was one of those irresistible nuisances
who are popular when better men are

not. He never pant -Mrs. uttanemorei
than half his bill; his engagement with j
the Banner was almost in the nature J
of alms to fallen greatness; the liquor j
dealers allowed him to tine them an ;
incalculable number of bottles of whis- i
ky. Even the flower he was so par-
ticular about was never paid for. ex-
rept by an amiable condescension that
Signor Tony 1'reiulo perforce accepted j
in lieu of cash. There was everywhere i
. s i 1 1 1 i

a contemptuous aiiecn-ui ior uie mo.
scallawag. whose courtly ways and

husky compliments made him an es especial
pecial especial favorite of the women.
Hunter Hoyt took air instant fancy fancy-to
to fancy-to Matt and in many ways, some of
them pathetic enough, sought to win
his regard. In spite of his decadence
there were often times when Hoyt

could be both clever and entertaining.

When with the right level of whisky j
in his sodden old carcass he could re regain
gain regain his former powers and astonish
one with his mocking, humorous, bril brilliant
liant brilliant flow of talk. It was then that
contempt changed to admiration, and
intimacy followed. Except in regard
to John Mort. Matt kept nothing back
irotn the old fellow, who was insatia insatiable
ble insatiable in his questions and as fascinated
by the younger man's past as any boy.
Matt had no conception of what a
picturesque figure he was to those wa watery,
tery, watery, bleared old eyes, nor how sin sincerely
cerely sincerely Hunter Hoyt adored him. As
for Lis own looks, he had long ceased
to give them much thought. At thirty thirty-one
one thirty-one most men have outgrown that. He
was scarcely aware that his fine, sensi sensitive
tive sensitive face was recovering the color it
had lost in the tropics or that his vig vigorous
orous vigorous frame and broad shoulders and
wavy, clustering black hair were like likely
ly likely to attract favorable attention. The

key to his whole character and the un underlying
derlying underlying cause of his charming man manners
ners manners could be found in the modest es estimate
timate estimate he had of himself. The princi

pal endeavor of the naval academy is
to teach the midshipman he is a per person
son person of very small importance, who is
to do what he is told, keep his mouth
snut and respect the flag, and Matt
had not wholly outlived tiws youthful
training which had been put in his
bones to stay.
In contrast to Hunter Hoyt the rest
of Mrs. Sattane's boarders seemed
commonplace indeed. One of them
was too humble a creature to call him himself
self himself a boarder at all. Matt lived a
week at Mrs. Sattane's before he even
discovered the man's existence a
grave, elderly mulatto of a kindly, open
face and ingratiating manners, who
was something in the nature of the
hoarding house skeleton. His name
was i .vggaucourt. a possible corrup corruption
tion corruption of De Goucourt- Victor Daggau Daggau-co;;rt
co;;rt Daggau-co;;rt who. although he paid S7 a
week, while the otueis paid only

had what might be called a furtive po portion
rtion portion in the h use. He would wait
unobtrusively about the porch until
the lest had finished their meal, when

i: se-olid tinkle of the bell would sum
niou 'ii:n to the disordered table. Here
color prejudice forbade that he should
be served by Bridget, who placed the
dishes near his plate and left him to
shift for himself. The silting room
was, of course, forbidden to him.
though he might linger for a moment
in the doorway without impropriety
nml listen to the superior race He

was the owner of a small garage ami
machine shot -Victor's garage" it was
called and was a widower without
children.
"This is a hard world for a colored
man. sir." he said once to Matt, ""spe ""specially
cially ""specially if he's better educated than the
most of his ra -e and is given to think
ing a little, like 1 do The majority

of them are no company for me. with
their common ways and cheap ideas;
and. of course. I am personam u.n
grata to white folks. Here I am. tnck
middlewise between the two"

Matt conceived a sincere regarl for
the old fellow, whose lowly, efla ing
life was not without a certain tragedy.
There was a fine strain in the mulatto
and an innate dignity and kindness
that commanded respect, not to speak
of a whimsical humor that gleamed
out even in his most earnest moments
"You're a mail." he once said to Matt,
"while I have the misfortune to be a
problem. That's a bigger difference
between us than color itself. The
darkv can't go. anywhere and do any

black !ones mustn't lay next to wnitf. i
Nothing could be got from the board-j
ers except warnings Each one ran;
down his own business. On Matt'sj
appealing to Victor the latter foretold j
the swift finish of the garage business 1
"Owners are getting to know too j
mu h." he said "You can't sell a ten i
dollar pair of gas lights for sixty like;
you did once. If I was you. Marse' j
Broughton. I'd try mules There nev j
er lias been enough mules, and there!
never will be!" j
Matt accordingly. though rather!

slackly. it must be confessed, began to
look into mules; he accumulated stacks
of mule information; he wrote t
Washington and got for nothing the
concentrated wisdom of a whole mule
sub-bureau. All this was very encour encouraging,
aging, encouraging, and was made more so by Vic Victor's
tor's Victor's request to come in as a partner
He thought he could sell out his ga garage
rage garage for $1,400 or $1,000. and volun volunteered
teered volunteered to le Matt's mr.n Friday.
"I won't be any trouble to you." he
pleaded earnestly. "I know my place,
and I'll keep it. no matter how close
we have to live: and I'll cook ami
wash, and do everything till we're on
our feet."
Matt did not commit himself: it was
so much easier to dawdle along and

The air is in all its quills. It breathes
through its whole frame aud flesh and
glows with air in its flying, bke brown
flames. It rests iion the air. subdues
it. surpasses it. out races it is the air.
conscious of itself, conquering itself.

ruling itself. Also in the throat of ;
the bivd is given the voice of the air. j
All that in the mind itself is weak, j
wild, useless in sweetness, is knit to- j
get her in its song.
As we may imagine the wild form of
the cloud closed into the perfect form

of the bird's wings, so the wild voice

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f the cloud into its ordered and com- j
manded voice, unwearied, rippling
through the clear heaven in its glad- j
ness. interpreting all intense passion :
through the soft spring nights, bursting j
into acclaim and rapture of choir at j
daybreak or lisping and twittering j
among the !ughs ,-uid hedges, through
the heat of day. like little winds that i

! only make the cowslip bells shake and

ruflie the petals of the wild rose.
Also upon the plumes of the bird are
put the colors of the air: on these the
gold of the cloud that cannot be gath gathered
ered gathered bv anv covetousness; the rubies

if the cloud, that an not the nride of

Athena, but are Athena: the vermilion

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of the cloud bar. and the flame of

the cloud crest, and the snow of the
i

! cloud and its shadow, and the melted 1

blue of the deep wells of the sky all
tbese. seized by the creating spirit and j
woven by Athena herself into films
and threads of plume, with wave upon
wave following and fading along J
breast and throat and opened wings.
infinite as the dividing of the foam
and the sifting of the sea sand, even i
the white down of the cloud seeming
to flutter up between the stronger
plumes seen, but too soft for touch j
And so the spirit of the air is put into
and upon this created form, and it be- j
comes through twenty centuries the j
symbol of divine help, descending as j
the fire to speak, but as the dove to ;
bless. From John Kuskin's "The
Queen of the Air." j

id

Domain)

Don't Eg Triflod ITA

Ask for S. S. S. and Don't Stand for tho
"Just as Good" Talk.

"When a man has trie short change
game worked on him, he makes a noise
that brings the Police, and yet that same
man may walk into a store and have the
"Just as good" game worked on him and

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'And so you are a real live king?"

coquette with imaginary mules.

and
than

work out imaginary mule profits

to bestir himself with actualities.
One day. after breakfast, while he
was in his room, lie was called down
to the parlor by the only visitor that
had ever sought him. The grizzled,
smiling man who rose to greet him
a stranger.
"Im the editor of the Manns-wan
nanncr." said the stranger, introduc introducing
ing introducing himself deferentially. "Tom May May-nard.
nard. May-nard. my name is, and a very injured
man. Mr. Broughton! Yes. sir. a very
injured man. for surely the local paper
had the first call on a local boy? Oh.
Lord.'" he ejaculated in the same key
of pretended indignation, "to think
you were hiding here all this time, and
I didn't know a thing about it!"
"I don't understand." said Matt,
smiling too. "What's this all about,
anyway V"
"And so you are a real live king?"

went on Mr. Maynard. ignoring the
question, and gazing at him in humor humorous
ous humorous awe. "What a lot of stick in the

muds it makes u feel that one of our;

boys could go out and do that, while
we staywd at home with the chores."

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Pills. Hugh Tallman. of San Anton-;

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question, the best pill my wife and
I have ever taken." They never

cause pain. Price 25c at all drug druggists,
gists, druggists, or by mail. H. E. Bucklin &
Co., Philadelphia or St. Louis. Ad

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS

Ocala Lodge Xo. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over the Jams Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. D. W. Tompkins, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage. K. R. S. Ad

When You Ask for S. S. S. Do So
With Emphasis. They Will
Understand.
tamely submit. Why stand for it? The
only reason why any store will try to sub substitute
stitute substitute something else for S. S. S. is the
lust for greater profit. S. S. S. is the
greatest blood purifier known.

There is not a medicine for any pur purpose
pose purpose more carefully made than S S. S. It
represents the highest type of medicine.
Its medical properties are just as essen essential
tial essential to well balanced health, if the blood
be sick, as are. the nourishing elements of
meats, grains, fats and sugars of our daily
food. S. S. S. is prepared direct from
native botanical material. Not a drop of
drugs is added. Not a drop of minerals
is used. This is one of the most import important
ant important things to know and to remember
when jour blood needs attention.
It is the most effective, the purest, the
quickest and most reliable medicine
known for poisoned blood, rheumatism

catarrhal infection, malaria, skin disease,
old sores and all afflictions that show in
the blood, skin, joints and muscles.
An interesting book on the blood is
mailed to those who write. Get a bottle
of S. S. S. today. It is the world's great greatest
est greatest medicine. Insist upon the dealer
handing you S. S. S. and don't let him
orate about something that he can't ad advertise
vertise advertise as free from iodide of potash and
other destructive mineral drugs.
If you have trouble getting S. S. S.
write to The Swift Specific Co., 206 Swift
Bidg. Atlanta, Ga., for list of square deal
stores.

Fresh oysters daily, "any style
Merchant's Cafe, J. R. Dewey.10-3-

The Hart, Schaffner & Marx ready

to wear clothing need no introduc introduction
tion introduction in Ocala. Waterman is exclus exclusive
ive exclusive agent for this superior line 9-22

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WHO GET

who

DIZZY

(Continued Tomorrow)

ECZEMA AXI ITCHING CURED

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stops itching instantly. Dr. Hob Hob-son's
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teed guaranteed to speedily heal eczema, rashes,
ringworm, tetter and other unsight unsightly
ly unsightly eruptions. Eczema Ointment is
a doctor's prescription, not an ex experiment.
periment. experiment. All druggists or by mail
roc. Pfeiffer Chemical Co., Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia and St. Louis. Ad

Everv woman who is trouDiect ;

with dizzv snells. backache, head

ache, weakness, debility, constipa constipation
tion constipation or kindey troubles should use;
Electric Bitters. They give relief j
when nothing else will, improve the,
health, adding strength and vigor ;
from the first close. Mrs. Laura j
Gaines, of Avoca, La., says: "Four j
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I did so. and they have done me a ;
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CdDUOTY
Will P y Big Regard for Appre Apprehension
hension Apprehension ol Mrs. Wilson's
Assassin.

Two hundred ar 1 fifty dollars re- j daek mustache, height about 5 feet

-tv n pisrhr inrhes: wearing DJUe

war'i is

ffpred bv the county com-

missioners of Marion county, Flor-
ida, for the party or parties whoi
murdered Mrs. P. T. Wilson, .four;

and

jumper, light or gray colored hat,
about Xo. 7 shoe: going in easterly
direction from Wilson home. Com Com-uunirate
uunirate Com-uunirate all information to
J. P. Galloway.

FOR SALE.

a half miles north of Ocala, on

. a. i : ,1

oi ct ? snerm .Marion louuij, rionua.

There will be further rewards for

he arrest of this man offered by the

at

seen

THE
Mctropolila
Company,

under fence;

under cultiva-

l.-)x20; fif fif-ten
ten fif-ten acres

watered; price.

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tlive some reasons why an account
opened with that institution will
prove profitable:
IT WILL
Etablih your credit:
Encourage the saving liabit:
Give feeling of iiideiendence:
Assure absolute safety
Give guarantee against financial an annoyance:
noyance: annoyance: Put you in position to take advan advantage
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Th e Metropolitan Co.

RANKERS,

OCALA, FLORIDA I
i

Two hundred and sixty-seven
acres, one half mile from Santos on

S A. L. Railroad, all

two hundred acres

tion; house 4 0x4 0; barn
teen acres pine timber;

hard wood: well

$5,000.
Also one hundred and seventy seventy-four
four seventy-four acres southeast of Ocala; five j
outbuildings; barn 32x40; six-room;
dwelling house in good repair; eight j
room stone house in course of con-;
struction with all material on the,
ground.
Also two small farms of eighty j
and fifty-four acres respectively, un-j
improved. j
;ee H. A. Kramer, or owner. A. j
A Mathews, Ocala. Fla. 10-1-tf j

the morning of October 2nd,
I o'clock. Description of negro
i

1 coming aw ay from the Wilson place j ,.. of 0caa ami private individuals.

i at that time: Black, rather stout

uild. weight 140 to 150 pounds

10-G-dw if

o 11 o

making the total rewards offered
erv .substantial sum of money.

jr.

GaMoway.

MITK K OF I.K

Notu-e is h-rebv iven that the un-df-r-diiT.ed
suardian will apply to the
Honorable W. K. Smith, judge of the
r-ountv judge's court of Marion county.
Florida, at hi.- office in eala. Honda,
on :hf
isih lay of Vovembrr, lii:t,
at 1 oYL.'ck a. m.. for an order author

izing th.- private -aie m ine irvtnin

arv in:-r.-t of Klizdbeth K.
a. "minor, in the following

lands, to-wit:
. lract of land in Candler. Marion

.ount v. Florida, abutting Garden

Ga llu way.
described

of

Mr.

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A GENERAL TBHIC TIE GROVE'S
The Old Standard Gcovc's Tasteless chill Tonic is Equally
Valuable as a General Tonic because it Acts on the Liver,
Drives Out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Builds up
the Whole System. For Grown People and Children.
You know what vou ar- tal.ing when you take Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic
as the formula is 'printed on everv label showing that it contains the well known
tonic properties of QUININE and IRON. It is as strong as the strongest bitter
tonic and is in Tasteless Form. It has no equal for Malaria, Chills and L l ever.
Weakness, general debilitv and loss of appetite. Gives life and yigor to N nrsmg
Mothers ard Pale, Sickly Children. Removes Biliousness with, ut purging
Relieves nervous depression and low spirits. Arouses the liver to action and
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No family should be without it. Guaranteed by your Druggist. We mean it. 50c.

is.1ct I .a ire. former v owneu o

-Jhultz. containing 10-22 100 acr-.-.
"o t r.' 1 nf Davis addition to tne

town or anaier, riunua. y

lat bv K. Y Kent ana niea -ti uie ui-

rife ot tne ciern ui t:ie intuu -j
Marion county. Florida, containing ty
estimation 5-6 100 acres.
Klizabeth A. Galloway,
Guardian for Klizabeth E. Galloway.
Sal. dlv 10-1S it

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