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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Porter & Harding
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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VOL. 20.
OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21 1913
SO. 131

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OCALA

EVEN

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CHANCES FOR

CLEVER CHILDREN
Gold and Silver Medals Offered for
the IJest Essays on Kepair and
Maintenance of lioads
Washington, Oct. 24. The direc director
tor director of the office of public roads of
this department, Logan Waller
Page, has announced that the time
in which children may sub mit es essays
says essays on the repair and maintenance
of earth roads, in competition for
the gold medal and the two silver
medals, has been extended to March
2, 1914.
The conditions for the essay con contest
test contest are as follows:
1. The subject of the essay will
be the repair and keeping up of
earth roads.
2. It is open only to children
from ten to fifteen years, inclusive,
who are actually living on farms and
who are actually attending some
school.
3. The essay should be not more
than eight hundred words in length,
in the handwriting of the child, and
should be written on only one side
of the paper.
4. In the upper left hand corner
of the first page should appear the
following statement: Essay on earth
roads by (name of child; age of
child; actual residence of child;
school attended by child).
5. Children wishing to enter this
contest may ask the advice of their
parents, teachers, neighbors, high highway
way highway commissioners, and other peo people,
ple, people, and read books or magazines
giving inforamtion about the sub subject.
ject. subject. They must not give the infor information
mation information they gain in this way in the
exact words of an adult or the au author
thor author of a book. They must express
the ideas in their own language.
They will not be expected to use
technical terms and any words that
will make the meaning clear will.be
acceptable.
6. The essays will be rated by an
impartial committee according to
the understanding of the subject
shown by the child and according to
the penmanship, English and spell spelling.
ing. spelling. The writer of the best essay
will receive a gold medal; the writer
of the next best, essay, a silver med medal,
al, medal, and the writer of the third best
essay, a silver medal.
7. All essays should be plainly
addressed, in an envelope stamped

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with a two-cent stamp, to: Commit Committee
tee Committee on Children's Road Essay Con Contest,
test, Contest, Office of Public Roads, U. S. De Department
partment Department of Agriculture, Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, D. C, and should be mailed to
reach that office not later than 9 a.
m., on Monday, March 2, 1914.
S. Children who have already
submitted essays in that contest
which was originally announced to
close October loth, may if they wish,
submit a second essay.

As a help to children, the sugges
tions given below are made. Child- j
ren need not follow these sugges-1
tions absolutely. They must not
submit essays in the form of direct!
answers to these questions. They
must not quote any of the following
material word for word.
How to Tell a Good Road from a
Had Road
vTo the Children: In getting facts
to write your essays for the prize
contest on the repair and mainten-;
ance of earth roads, use your eyes.
Look at a bad piece of road and a
good piece of road when both are
dry. Study, particularly, the ruts
jand holes and uneven places in the
road to see whether they make it
'easier or harder for the wheels of a
j loaded wagon to go along. Study
,the kind of footing that the two
j roads give to the horses
J Xow, study the same stretches of
road after a good rainstorm. Youi
l.-:n i, t .1 U1J- II 1
I wn see iuat me iudu uuius biiiain

j puddles or pools, of water that keep'ith indications tnat it wm be the'

the road soft and so allow it to be
cut up by the wheels of the wagons

land the hoofs of the horses. How;Florjda counties comprising the as-
do road l"iWrs keep water from sociation are participating. Half a
I gathering on the traveled way of a dQzea county exnlbwSf a large num.'
road? Should the road slope to the ber of communlty alld individual ex ex-tside
tside ex-tside ditches? How much higher MbUs and tons of exnibits for the
should the center, or crown, of the woman.g and other departments ar-;
jroad be than the outside edges of!rived and were placed in position
the road? Why do good ditches at wnile tne ve gtock and pouUry de
,the side of the road help make the,partments are already crowded, with

center of ,the road better for haul
ing? What happens when ditches'
get full or rubbish or weeds? When
a ditch along a road holds water or
collects it into pools, how does this
injure the road?
: Using a Drag on Earth Roads
Have you ever seen a homemade

road drag? It is made by splitting GRAIiRFI) A IJFXCH
in two a log six or eight inches in OF GRAFTERS
thickness and about six or eight.
feet long. The two halves of the' St. Louis, Oct. 14. The indict indict-log
log indict-log are set three feet apart with ment yesterday of twenty-three for for-their
their for-their smooth faces forward and up- mer officials of East St. Louis, Ills.,
right. They are fastened together 'on charges growing out of an inves inves-with
with inves-with braces. A pair of horses are ligation of alleged municipality irre irre-hitched
hitched irre-hitched to a chain fastened to the gularities was characterized by State
! front half of the log. Should these Attorney Webb as the forerunner of
logs be drawn straight down the other indictments to be returned by
road, or should it be dragged at a the grand jury.

MOME ENGRAVED BRACELETS
Never before have bracelets been produced equal to these in richness of finish and
perfection of design. Engraved by the manufacturer's special process which leaves
the gold on the bracelet at the same time producing the Moire effect background that
cannot wear off, but lasts as long as the bracelet itself. Finest quality Gold Filled.
Every Bracelet warranted by the manufacturer.
The above is only one item out of our complete line of Jewelry, Silverware, Watches
and Diamonds.
WATCHES RT PAIRED

slant so that a little of the loose
earth will slide toward the center of
the road? Should the dragging be
started next to the ditch or at the
center of the road? Should you
drag the whole road one way, or
drag each half of it in an opposite
direction? Should the dragging be
done when the road is dry, or after
it has rained? A good strong pair
of horses with a well-built drag can
drag about three or four miles of
road in a day. What would it cost

a farmer .to drag four miles of road,
How would he be repaid for the cost
of his labor?
Remember, children, you are not
to answer these questions as if you
were answering an examination pa paper.
per. paper. You are to think about the an
swers and ask people for informa-
tion and watch people actually work working
ing working on roads, and then write a com composition
position composition that will be just the same
as if you were writing a letter to a
friend, telling him, or her, how they
made the earth road near you bet better,
ter, better, and kept it from getting full of
holes, ruts and puddles.
lXTKR-STATi: FAIR OF
FLORIDA AXI ALABAMA
At I'ensacola is Xow Open With a
Large Attendance and
Fine Kxhibits
Pensacola, Oct. 2 4. The Inter-
5tfltp pnP ntipnei horo vpsrrtav
most successful ever given, as prac-l
tically all of the eleven Alabama and j
mere to come.
The fair grounds present a busy
scene, hundreds of
workers beinf
eneaeed in makins the final nreDa
rations This the fair will con.
tinue for ten days. Large crowds
were in attendance for the opening.
Nut Scout Pete Can't

SHINING FUTURE
FOR MAGIC CITY

.Mayor Watscn Tells of the Great!
Plans Reing Made for Pros-,
perity of Miami
Jacksonville, Oct. 24. The Me Metropolis
tropolis Metropolis says Miami has secured op options
tions options from the Florida East Coast
Railroad-for $450,000 on the entire
city water front of its municipality,
now comprising some 3,000 feet,
and in addition to that has already
secured absolutely a water front by
purchases from private parties, that!
Will ffcTlCllT'O t ii lnntirn f rw Jfe
municipal docks that it intends to
build.
Mayor John Watson of Miami, who
was in the city this morning, said J
that this option was secured from'
Mr. Parrott some few months be-j
fore the latter's death. Mr. Watson!
has just returned from the north, j
where he went to see President Par-!
rott relative to the Miami proposi-'
tion, and missed his train in New.
York, which he intended to take for;
Maine, and before the next train
left which would put him in Oxford,
news came of Mr. Parrott's death.
To Try Case Soon
He also statedthat very soon now
the case of the government against
the F. E. C. will be tried, to decide
whether or not the contract made by;
the federal government with the.
railroad is valid and binding, and he
believes the court will find the con-!
tract void. In this event Miami will
be allowed and will take over the
contract which the F. E. C. has now,
to build the necessary channel out to
the regular ship channel from the
proposed docks.
Miami, he said has far passed the
experimental stage, and is destined
to become one of the greatest cities
in the South. It will have adequate
water and rail transportation facili facilities;
ties; facilities; for the object in taking over
the city water front Is that the city ',
can say to any railroad that will
come to Miami: "We can and will j
furnish you with a deep water ter-!
minal over our municipal holdings."
Railroad is Assured
Already, he says, a railroad is as
sured from Tampa across the state ;
to Miami, and in a few years he be-j
lieves the city will have other roads;
running in and sharing in the great
Even Spare His Friends.

development of the section around
the city.
He says the city now easily shows
a population of 20,000 and is in increasing
creasing increasing at such a rate, that in a few
years "it will far exceed that of
Jacksonville."
The coming winter season he pre predicts
dicts predicts will show the greatest growth
and prosperity of his city and the
entire state.

AXOTHKIt BIG SHIP
CLEARED' FROM PORT IXC. LIS
And Two Arrived for Cargoes of
Phosphate Rock
Port Inglis, Oct. 24, 1913.
Entered: British S. S. "Berwind "Berwind-moor"
moor" "Berwind-moor" from Havana; will load a
cargo of phosphate rock for Kastrup.
Entered: British S. S. "Adams,"
from Pernambuco; will-ioad a car cargo
go cargo of phosphate rock for Aalborg.
Cleared: British S. S. "Dalton,"
for Rotterdam, via. New Orleans,
with a cargo of phosphate rock.
SHIPS WILL STEAM
FOR EUROPE SATURDAY
Xorfolk, Va., Oct. 24. Fifteen
hundred men brought from the
naval training station on the great
lakes will make the cruise to the
Mediterranean on the battleships of
the Atlantic fleet sailing Saturday.
Supplies put aboard the ships in included
cluded included 40,000 pounds of fresh beef
and 12,000 dozen eggs. The battle battleships
ships battleships Virginia, New Jersey, Rhode
Island and Nebraska of the fleet
sail Oct. 29 for Vera Cruz, Mexico.
PREACH ER IS PARTICULAR
Pensacola, Oct. 24. Because the
fair association directors refused to
accede to the demand of the minis ministers
ters ministers association that the gates of the
fair be closed to the public next
Sunday, Rev. A. S. Moffatt, of the
First Presbyterian church, returned
a complimentary pass to the associa association,
tion, association, stating that he could not visit
the grounds at any time. The fair
directors recently announced that
the fair grounds would be open on
Sunday and an admission fee charg charged
ed charged and refused to rescind their ac ac-tiom.
tiom. ac-tiom. ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodge No. 22, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every
Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock ( in
Yonge's Hall, Fort King avenue. Vis Visitors
itors Visitors in the city invited to be with as.
G. L. Taylor. N..G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary. Adv.

Bo

Why Pay More?
OCALA, FLORIDA

II
IE OF DIAZ
Porfrio's Nephew, Felix, Must Take
. His Choice Between Deport a a-tion
tion a-tion and Prison
Vera Cruz, Oct. 24. General Fe Felix
lix Felix Diaz, who landed here yesterday
from the steamship Cocorvado, was
placed under military arrest and
warned that any attempt on his part
to lead a demonstration against
Provisional President Huerta in
Mexico would result in his being
thrown into jail. The entire suite
of the returning presidential can candidate
didate candidate was arrested. The party
numbered twelve men. Nine of them
are accused of disobeying Huerta's
orders and three of them with plot plotting
ting plotting to assassinate the provisional
president.
Unless General Diaz agrees" to
leave the country voluntarily he
probably will be taken aboard a gun gunboat
boat gunboat and carried back, to Havana.
General Diaz said that he would
not withdraw from the presidential
candidacy even though he were com competing
peting competing against the ticket of Dicta Dictator
tor Dictator Huerta
PUNCHING UP MR. PAGE
Moultrie, Ga., Oct. 24. Mrs. W.
D. Lamar of Macon, president of the
Georgia Daughters of the Confed Confederacy
eracy Confederacy in her annual address to the
convention yesterday scored Walter
H. Page, American ambassador to
England. The attack on Mr. Page
was because of his reflections on peo people
ple people of the South in a book he recent recently
ly recently wrote entitled "The Southerner"'
The general convention of the?.
United Daughters of the Confeder- -acy
will be asked by Mrs. Lamar ta
pass resolutions condemning Mr.
Page.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD-
Foit King Camp No. 14 rueets in v.
Jonge's Hall at 8 p. m. every second c
Friday. Visiting sovereigns always u
welcome. J. F. Thompson, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clck. Ad
Next meeting Friday night, Nov. 14. ..
G ARDENGLO, an extract that Is
delicate, fragrant and a lasting odor,
made by Solon Palmer, $2 per ounce,
Same can be had at the Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. 1Q-IQ tf..
By F. R. MORGAN
Copyright. 1913, Western Newspaper Union.
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THE OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1913

Report of the Condition of The

OCALA OCCURRENCES 1 MUHHQE & CHAMBLISS BANK

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Royal Arch Masons meet tonight.

Try Geri
straight.

's Havana Smokers; Sc.
10-2-tf

WEATHER FORECAST

OCAIAf FLA.

At the Close of Business October 121,

101:8, Issued ou Call of the
Comptroller

Fair northwest, showers lr penin peninsula
sula peninsula tonight, cooler northeast por portion;
tion; portion; Saturday fair.

S ocala mister iziv

Stationery to euit all tastes at The f

Murray Company.

10-23-Ct

Mr. R. B. Stripling of Jacksonville

is visiting his Ocala friends.

Fresh oysters daily, "any style

Merchant's Cafe, J. R. I)evey.l0-3-

Mr. Ashley Purvis, at the hospital,
holds his own well today.

New novels just received at The
Murray Company. 10-23-3t

Big show for the school children,
and everybody else, at the Temple

tonight.

Read "The Seminoles of Florid

at The Murray Company. 10-23

Many people from the country are

in town today and the streets look
lively.

If you need office supplies of any
kind,, go to The Murray Co. 10-23-3t

Travel is heavy on the railroads,
and there are many arrivals at the
Ocala hotels every, day.

Mr. J. B. Ley showed the Staf,
thi3 morning a stack of letters six
inches thiik received by him in re response
sponse response to a small advertisement re

garding Florida thathe put igu-a-j

Tennessee paper. The people up

y anxious to learn

about Florida, ana -Mr. L,ey is win wining
ing wining to do his share in informing
them.

ASSETS
Loans and discounts. .. $431, 37S. 98
County warrants 4 4, S 13.13
Stocks and bonds 59,727.75
Overdrafts .. 319.53

fBank building, furniture

and fixtures 27,000.00
Cash & due from banks 85,097.73

The 7th and eight grade had a
half holiday this afternoon earned
by not being tardy for twenty suc

cessive school days.

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Norton Davis and Frederick

Hocker exDecf"lo leave tonisht for

Jacksonville tos witness the Univervl

slty-Tech foothill same to be played

there tomorrov

Cut glass at low low-Murray
Murray low-Murray Company.

prices at The
10-23-3t

Mr. Wilbur Cleveland of this city
and Dr. E. R. Hutchings of Eustis
were initiated into the Moose last
night.

All the late shapes and shades in
men's fall hats are just in at Water Water-.
. Water-. man's. Get yours now. 9-22-tf

'Messrs. T. 13. Lanier of Tavares
--and Arthur Wilson and V. W. Smith
- of Umatilla were prominent Lake
- county citizens in town today.

'For sweet milk, buttermilk, cream
and butter, call phone 4 82, Sanitary
Milk Supply Co., corner Fort King
and South Magnolia street. 10-17-tf

lr. Don Feabody is doing clerical
Nirork in the sheriff's office during the
vacation of Mr. West.

' 'Jad Salts, the one that you are
"after, can be had at the Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. 10-10-tf

News received from Jacksonville
today is to the effect that Mr. Sam
Rawls, who has been quite sick, is
much better.

"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

Mrr1vm. R. Wright, a clever

young man from Jynchburg, Va., is
in the city. He represents the J. P.
Bell Co., designers, engravers and

printers, who are doing the mechan

ical work on our Marion County
Booklet. They do a great deal of
this sort of work for Florida, and

Mr. Wright is now on his way to the
southern part of the state to bid on

a contract for another enterprisin
city.

$048,537.12

LIABILITIES
Capital stock $ 50,000.00
Surplus and undivided
profits 32,658.90
Deposits 525,527.93
Bills payable 30,000.00
Re-discounts 10,350.29

$648,537.12

A G AT H E R 1 1 ) A X SOCIETY

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MRS. McMAXUS,
Dress 3Iaker.
209 Orange Ave.
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

There was a fourth of July exhi exhibition
bition exhibition of thunder and lightning ac accompanying
companying accompanying a heavy rain last night,
with more rain today. There was one
heavy storm on the Atlantic coast
yesterday and a tornado in Louisi Louisiana,
ana, Louisiana, and this section feels the dis disturbance
turbance disturbance from both sides.

The cigar makers' cigar Gerig's
Havana Smokers. 10-3-tf

Among tne delegates to the State
Chamber of Commerce was Mr. W.
L. Benedict, special representative
of the Seffner Eagle, an excellent
and recently started newspaper.

For a long mild smoke, try Gerig's
Havana Smokers. 19-3-tf

THAT CARTOOX

Mr. E. K. Nelson arrived from
Tampa yesterday and is attending to
business in and out of town.

Train 4 2 on the West Coast divis division
ion division of the A. C. L., had an accident
wiiile running from Dade City to
Trilby yesterday morning. The ten tender,
der, tender, jumped the track, and all the
.coaches followed it, running over
the ties for over a hundred yards.
The passengers thought the travel traveling
ing traveling was unusually rough. Nobody
Imrt. Jessie Holland, well known
in Ocala, was the engineer.

0. K. TEAPOT
BULLETIN
3Iaple Syrup
Pancake Flour
Cranberries
Dill Pickles
lirick Codfish
Swiss Cheese
Fat Mackerel
Neufchatel Cheese
Cream Cheese
Pimiento Cheese
Sunshine
Chocolate Hydros
Cheese Chips
Golden Flakes
Tan-San
Cheese Straws
Philopena
Verinique
Champagne Wafers
Whole Wheat Wafers
0. K. TEA-POT
GROCERY
PHOXES 16 and 174.
OCALA FLA.

Editor Star: In a recent issue of
the Metropolis there appeared a car cartoon
toon cartoon representing a figure called
"the most of us," who had a much
elongated nose. Another figure,
spook-like, called- "The Cold Spell,"
had figure one by the nose and was
giving it a pall and a twist. The
sufferer was crying "leg go my
dose." This scribbler belongs to
"the most of us" class. To prove it,

last night he heard the clock strike

out each hour. During this time hi3
ears undertook a continuous rau raucous
cous raucous duet, his eyes wept copious
briny tears, at the dismal situation
while the rest of him tried to keep
up with his nose which was doing a
Marathon stunt. He does not men mention
tion mention these matters in any spirit of
boasting, but to assure fellow vic victims
tims victims of the recent Borean blizzard
hnsinpp he knows how it feels, and

is deeply sympathetic to the point of
lachriymal exudation J. B. Ley.

The Agatheridan Society of the
high school met this afternoon. Aft

er the minutes of the preceding
meeting had been read and approv approved,
ed, approved, the following program was rendered:

Subject: "Prominent Men of
day and Their Work."
Song.
Essay, "Count Berchtold,
Bearer of Austria's Burden in

Balkans" Myra Agnew.
Essay, "Germany's Effort to Con Control
trol Control the Air" Alice Sexton.
Oration, "Mayor's Gaynor's Per Personality
sonality Personality and Career" Rexie Todd.
Piano solo, "Martha" Mabel Ak Akin.
in. Akin. Essay, "New Wonders of Photo Photography"
graphy" Photography" Fred Knight.
Essay, "Christianizing the World"
Charlie Duval.
Piano solo Annie Pope Eagleton.
Debate: Resolved, That the legis legislature
lature legislature should pass a law prohibiting
the purchase or inheritance of land
in the United States by the Japanese.
Affirmative, Lorayne Kemp, Gladys
Martin; negative, Ruby Cappleman,

Welsh Dewey.
Paper.
The judges. Alfred MacKay, Mar Martha
tha Martha Kate Rentz and Nan Brooks, de decided
cided decided in favor of the negative.
After the report of the critics,
there being no further business to
come before the house, the society
adjourned.

THEATRICAL SEASON
AT THE TEMPLE
Nov. 10 "The Girl from the Un Un-derworld."
derworld." Un-derworld." Nov. 17 Edison talking pictures.
Nov. IS Edison talking pictares.
Nov. 27 Local talent; benefit of
the hospital.
Nov. 2 S Burt Leigh, in "The
Little Millionaire."
Dec. 5 Creatore's Band.
Dec. S "The Barber of Seville."
Dec. 13 "The Leopard's Spots."
Dec. 16 Neil O'Brien Minstrels.
Dec. 27 Bought and Paid For.
Dec. 30 Coburn's Minstrels.
Jan. 1 "Divorce Question."
Jan. 6 'The Shepherd of the
Hills."
Jan. 17 "Polly of the Circus."
Jan. 20 Mary's Lamb Company.
Jan. 27 The Spring Maid Co.
Jan. 2S Anti-Saloon League lec lecture.
ture. lecture.

1 Smart Set.
10 A Modern Eve.
23 Evan's Honey Boy Min-

Feb.
Feb
Feb

Beyond a doubt the most interest interesting
ing interesting place in Ocala to spend a 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. 10-21-7t
Liiekie's
Garage.
I have just opened up my new
garage on North Main street, and
solicit a share of the patronage of
ar owners in Ocala and surrounding
territory. The repair department

is prepared to do all kinds of auto automobile
mobile automobile repairing on short notice.
None but first-class workmen em employed,
ployed, employed, and therefore, I am in po position
sition position to guarantee every job that
leaves the place. Rates will be found
reasonable as high-class workman workmanship
ship workmanship and good material can be fur
nished
GIVE ME A TRIAL
T. C. LucMe,
Proprietor
Building formerly occupied by Idea
Theater.

Tttae (CM
Who Knows
KNOWS
dhA Deliciou s
- Candies
A Guarantee in Every
Box.
We Have the Exclusive Agency in
Ocala
ALL SIZE PACKAGES
PRICES:
5c, 10c, 23c,30c, 40c, 30c, 80c,
$1.00, $1.00 antl $2.00
We prepare our Chocolate Syrup
from Huyler's Soda Cocoa. It has a
Richness, Smoothness, Tastiness Dot
equalled in other soda cocoas.
T. W. Troxlcr

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We Help You Advertise Our City

pdail

Friday ail Satoriay
(ONLY)

With every Pennant bought on theSe days will

be given a Ticket on a Grand Prize Drawing to take
place as soon as the last Pennant in stock is sold.

PRIZES FINE STATIONERY
r; ;
A great variety to select from.
First Number Drawn. Cash $10.00 a supp,r nvite rour Xor.V
vSecond Number Drawn, Pennant.. .. $5.00 thern friends to the Sunny South,
Next Five Numbers, each. Pennant $1.50 All 23c Stationery.; t . i . 20c
This represents the finest stock of An 30c Stationery :,v, .r. v 40c
Pennants ever shown in Ocala. THIS SALE OS1A. 4 (;
POSTCARDS CIGARS
1 VCFl VfllmUlJ WHAT'S NICER FOR A PRESENT
All Ocala Views on these days 13 for 5c TO THE "MAN BACK HOME"
AH Florida Views on these days 6 for 5c THAN A
The greatest variety of Florida GOOD OCALA CIGAR.
View Cards in the city.
WE HAVE THEM

Here's Your Chance to Help "BOOST" Our City.

We re Meeting You Half Way.

AEJDERSQH- PHARH

The Store Accommodating

" Phone 269

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MAKE YOUR PLANS TO ATTEND
THE

lartoi (Do

TO BE HELD AT OCALA

Arrangements are being rapidly completed
, ''.'
for the Biggest and Best Fair ever held in Flor Flor-ida.
ida. Flor-ida. 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.

For information address?

WI1LIAMS

C. CARMICHAEL, D. S.

President Secretary

GEO. J. BLITCH,
Treasurer

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OCALA

Fine Feathers.
Mch
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14 Rose Maid.
Mch. 19 Paul Gilmore.



THE OCA LA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1913

TARES

Thick
Strong foGs
Lei us

faweare

Bank your money.and pay your bills wirh ecks
on our bank. Then you will have a correct account
of what you spend it for.V 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
i
VVc Pay 4 per cent Interest cii Savings Accounts

Gcala Beauty Parlor,
Miss RTary Afileck's Millinery Parlors
PHONE 15 OCALA, FLA,

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Hair Dressing Shampoo Scalp Treating
Hair Dyeing Hair Singe
Hand Massage Manicure Face Massage
Face Bleach Switches Dyed
Switches Made from Combings
Children's Hair Bob a Specialty
Gentlemen's Manicuring

MISS N. V, LAMBERT, Manager.

D

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.

fflarioi 'Hardware Co,

Phone 118, Ocala, Fla.

UNCERTAIN

AD

IE SE

State of the Condition of
THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK

lescriles Official Feeling in Wash Washington
ington Washington in Regard to the Mex Mexican
ican Mexican Situation

Of Ocala, Florida, at Close
ness, Tuesday, Oct. 21,

RESOURCES

! Washington, Oct. 24. An atmos atmosphere
phere atmosphere of gravity and somber silence
envelopes the Mexican situation, not
only as to the dissatisfaction of the
United States with Great Britain's
attitude, but as to the critical state
of affairs in. Mexico City as the elec

tion of October 2 6 draws near. ture and fixtures ...
There were no tangible develop- CASH
ments yesterday, but the events of i With bariks. $36,226.27

Loans and discounts ... $22
Marion county warrants 1
U. S. bonds to secure cir cir-j
j cir-j culation 7

Other bonds and securi securities
ties securities 4

of liusi-1913

3,725.44
9,863.43
3,000.00
6,527.81

Bankins

house, furni-

40,000.00

the day were interpreted ominously.
Among these were President Wil Wilson's
son's Wilson's flat refusal to discuss the Mex Mex-ican
ican Mex-ican situation in any of its phases
when he met the correspondents in
their semi-weekly conference. The
president always had discussed in informally
formally informally and unofficially matters of
international consequence giving the
general status of affairs. Yesterday
he asked to be excused.
! Secretary Bryan showed equal ret reticence.
icence. reticence. The conclusion drawn gen generally
erally generally was that a crisis was slowly
approaching; that the arrival of
. General Felix Diaz appeared to com complicate
plicate complicate internal affairs in Mexico and
that stern measures by the Wash Washington
ington Washington government would not be
surprising.

In vault 22,472.04 5S, CD'S. 31

$10:5,814.99

KESPOraSDBOLOTV.
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-
siring the most efficient service and responsible
banking.
The Ocala National Bank
As Active United States Depository

LIABILITIES

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FRUITING FIUK TO
HAVE Til Kill rni i:ds

t
Desperate Work to Save Imprisoned
Men in Mine at Dawson
Dawson, X. M., Oct. 24. Two
hundred and forty-seven miners are
believed to be dead beneath tons of
fallen earth, timber, coal and rock
j in the cuts and rooms of mine No.
1 2 of the Stag Canon Fuel Company
here. Hundreds of miners, work working
ing working in shifts of fifteen each, slowly
'are forcing their way through the
entries, fighting boldly against dan dangers
gers dangers of gas and fire which started in
:an adjoining mine and which threat threatens
ens threatens to reach the space in which the
: entombed men are trapped,
j Only twenty-three men have been
taken from the mine alive. At S:15
j last night the first miner to be res res-;cued
;cued res-;cued alive within twelve hours was

taken from the main entry. He was
found unconscious not far from the
place where a mule earlier in the

j evening had been found alive.
Fourteen dead bodies and twenty-
! three rescued made the total of the

day's work of recovery.

WIND'S WILD WORK

Nine Lives Lost ximl Much Iroperty
Damage by Tornado in
Louisiana
New Orleans, Oct. 2 4. Nine per persons
sons persons were killed and thirty-eight in injured,
jured, injured, none seriously, in a tornado

j which swept over Southern Louisi

ana last night. The dead include a
j white woman and her baby, and sev sev-j
j sev-j en negroes. Cane crops were razed,
dwellings and ranches demolished

and plantations southwest of this
city were otherwise damaged.

SUICIDE AT ARCADIA

Arcadia, Oct. 24. Henry McCra McCra-ry,
ry, McCra-ry, a prominent business man of this
city, committed suicide by taking a
dose of strychnine last night. Fam-

! ily troubles are supposed to have
! caused McCrary to have committed
j his rash act. He was a member of
j the Woodmen and Odd Fellows, lie
j was forty years old.

Capital stock, fully paid

in

Surplus (earned)
Xet profits
Circulation .
DEPOSITS .

$ 73,000.001 ::-:-:v:":"::':-::-tt:--:: -::::":-::-:-::--:-:::--:ai

5,000.00
4.3S5.39
75,000.00
304,429.60

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$463,814.99
Comparative statement of deposits
since organization, as per calls of the
comptroller of the currency:
Began Business February 18, 1911
Deposits Mch. 7,- 1911..$ 62.C42.00

Deposits June 7, 1911.
Deposits Sept. 1,".1911.
Deposits Dec. 5, 1911..
Deposits Feb. 20, 1912.
Deposits Apr. IS, 1912.
Deposits June 14, 1912
Deposits Sept. 4, 1912.
Deposits Nov. 2C, 1912

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108,900.12
103,14.03
116,228.81
138,944.18
179,201.81
187,188.48

A

SUBURBAN HOME FOR SALE.

Fourteen acres and 5-room house I

on Silver Springs hard road across
the road from the Marion Farms;

new drilled well. The property was
sold for $1500 and buyer failed to

liicifte pay lilt1 in. .ueeu is neie aim
must be taken up. It's a bargain:
I WILL SHOW YOU

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Deposits Feb. 4, 1913.. 225,271.62 j $
Deposits April 4, 1913.. 242,039.72 $
Deposits June 4, 1913.. 27S.116.86 X
Deposits Aug. 9, 1913.. 326,797.91
Deposits Oct. 21, 1913. 304,429.60
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Mrc!?anrs Block
Over Gcrig's Drug Store, Ocala, Fla.
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William John Kenny, bishop of

the Catholic church in Florida, who

die:! in Baltimore yesterday, wasi
born in Delhi, X. Y., Oct. 9, 1S53,
making his age at the time of his!
death but a few days past the sixty j
years' mark. He was a graduate of
St. Bonaventure's College, at Albany,'
X. Y., receiving an A. B. degree. He!
was ordained a priest at St. Augus-j
tine, January 15, 1879, and since!

that time has been a pastor at Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, Palatka, and again in Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, from 1884 to 1902. From

18S9 to 1901 he was vicar-general, j
1901-02 administrator, and in May,
1902, he was consecrated third;
bishop of St. Augustine. j
Bishop Kenny was taken ill while j
attending the Catholic missionary"
congress at Boston. His death comes ;
as a shock to the members of hisi
t

church in Florida.

MAXX OF 3IAXXVI1XK

IS TI1K I5KST MAX I
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Columbus, Ga., Industrial Index:
The Industrial Index receive! and

published in its news columns lastj

week the following from Palatka,
Fla.:
E. L. Mann, of Manville, a town
located on the A. C. L. Ry., sixteen
miles from this city, has made addi additions
tions additions to his cannery, preparatory to
a large business the coming season.
Last season he put up a large quan quantity
tity quantity of tomatoes, beans and kraut,
together with a good many pears,
and expects to do a much larger bus business
iness business this coming season. Mr. Mann
is a brother of the republican lead leader
er leader in the lower house of congress.
Mr. Mann, of Mannville may not
be making two blades of grass grow
where none grew before, but he pre preserves
serves preserves for use the products of the
labors of those who do. Mr. Mann,
of Washington, may not make any

Xew York.' X. Y.. Oct. 24. A grass grow, and some of those on

blanket indictment charging Harry tlie other side of the Xational House

K. Thaw and four others with con- 'niay think at times that he does not
spiracy in. connection with his es- permit any to grow under his feet,
cape from the Matteawan state hos-;p,ut be that as it may, the paths of

CAIiX-THOMAS CO., GROCERIES CARX-THOJIAS CO., GROCERIES-CARX-THOMAS
CO., GROCERIES CARX-THOMAS CO., GROCERIES-

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SPECIALS
For the Thrifty Housekeeper

HARRY THAW. INDICTED

pital for the criminal insane in Au August,
gust, August, was returned by the grand
jury here yesterday afternoon. It
will be used as a weapon by Will William
iam William T ravers "Jerome in his efforts to
extradite Thaw for Xew Hampshire.

A SIRE REMEDY FOR LAZY LIVER

Go to the Court Pharmacy for thin
Safe, Reliable Remedy and Get
Your .Money Rack If It Falls
There are very few remedies that
gain the confidence of druggists as
Dodson's Liver Tone does. The Court
Pharmacy sells it and backs up the
sale of every bottle with the money
back guarantee that the price will be

r refunded if i: fails to give complete

satisfaction.

the Manns lie far apart. One has
come to the most rapidly develop developing
ing developing section of the country and the
best one in which to live. Probably
the other Mann would like to come.

j but the ship of state must be guid

ed and those who pilot it are engag engaged
ed engaged in a high and honorable occupa occupation.
tion. occupation. However, when all the conditions
and prospects are considered, Mr.
Mann, of Mannville. seems to have
the advantage over his brother
Mann.

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Xew Florida Syrup, per gallon 53c
Evaporated Apples, whole, per lb 15c
Evaporated Poaches, lb 15c
Evaporated Prunes, lb 15c
Evaporated Apricots,' lb 20c
Eaporated Figs 20c
Wesson's Cooking Oil, ier can 30c
Simon Pure Lard, per pail. 90c
Xo. lO Snowdrift Shortening, per pail $1.23
Xo. .5 Snowdrift Shortening, pr. pail '. 50c
First Product Coffee, ier lb 30c
Rrick City RIend, per lb .. -lOc
Rio, per lb 23c
All roasted from green coffee and ground in our
store.
Dill Pickles in I5lk.
Sour and Sweet Pickles in Rulk.
Kingim's Pound I5o.e sliced Breakfast Racon, ready
for the pan, per lb 40c

Cam-Ttoiras Co.

CAUN BUILDING

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

OPEX ALL NIGHT

The Merchant's Cafe is a first class

Dodson's Liver Tone costs 50 cents place to take your meals. Open nigni
a bottle. It is the safest and best and day. J. R. Dewey, proprie proprie-remedy
remedy proprie-remedy for torpid liver, constipation, j jQr --tf
biliousness, etc., that has ever been

Read our UNCLASSIFIED ADS. lor your wants

sold in this city. It takes the place of
dangerous calomel and does not lay
you up as a dose of calomel often
does. A bottle in the house is as good
as fiftv rint in x'.ic- hint If -.-i nr

your family need a liver tonic you j Order of Moose, meets each Thursday
have the medicine ready. If it fails evening at S o'clock in the Moose
you set your money back. j building. Visiting brothers are in-

L;e sure to get loason uver lone
when you ask for it- There are imita-

tions of 'it that may disappoint

you. Ad. Xo. S

LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE

The Ocala Lodge Xo. 699, Loyal

vited to attend our meetings.
Geo. F. Mershon. Dictator.
VL L. Srapi!. Secretary.

IMPORTANT CHANGE OF SCHEDULE
ATLAMTO MST LOME
Effective October 19th.
Night Trains 37 and 38 Re established.

9:30 p. m. Lv Jacksonville Ar. 7:00 a. in.
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
L R. WILLIAMS, Ticket Agent, OCALA.
J. G. K IRELAND, D. P. A., TAMPA.



FOUR

THE OCA LA EVEN! AG STAR, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1913

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
ISlTTIXGKIt & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
R. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, I5uiness Manager
J. H. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.

CLOSING SESSION' STATE
CHAM HER OF COMMERCE

PHONE 31

SUBSCRIPTION RATES

(Domestic)
One year, in advance $5.00
Six months, in advance. . 2.5
Three months, in advance. 1.25
One month, in advance 50

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

.$8.00
4.25
2.25
. .SO

It is much safer to express sym- car. The colored porters seldom

uathy for a biz thief than for a lit-: pass thru the passenger coaches

? A u:?Arl w wfiito ruannlo PYppnt insr ViP-

: 1 fpre a station is reached, and then Stevenson, a clever and capable bus-

n,0 tar Hasn't iikt i n t nlprAn pp : t h p v eannot ston to obtain cuns for mess man oi sr. Augusune.

The State Chamber of Commerce
finished its pleasant and profitable
meeting in Ocala yesterday evening.
The election of officers resulted as
follows: ',
President, L. E. Dozier of Lees- j
burg. -Mr. Dozier is a worker, and

his election pleases Ocala almost as j
much as the selection of one of her j
own citizen?. It is hardly necessary i
to say that Mr. Dozier will push Ok-
lawaha improvement with all his!
power. j
First vice president, J. X. Brad- j

shaw of Orlando.
Second vice president, H. Clay
Stanford of Kissimmee.
Third vice president, J. Fred De De-Berry
Berry De-Berry of Plant City, once an Ocala
man, and always a genial booster

for Florida.

Secretary and treasurer, James O.

THE BASIS OF BANK SERVICE

BANK'S SERVICE to its customers is poor or excellent in ratio to its
47i nhilifv tn drn;n intplltdpntl v thf hiisinpsR rpnnirpmpnts nf thnsftit SPrves

ciim tiicii iy luiijr muci iuuoc icquiicuicuio.

of any kind religious, political or passengers until the train has made
social. It also despises boss rule,' its halt and resumed its journey. So,
gang rule and oppression of all de-j unless the train men are very care-
is to eive ful and attentive, there will be lots

them a jolt when in its power to do 'of thirsty people. The railroad is

not much to blame, ine way some

of the passengers have wasted the

so.

Eustis Will be Honored
The 1914 meeting will be held in

the pretty and enterprising city of

Eustis.

The sense of the meeting was

that the members heartily endorsed

the good work of the Southern Set-

The Ocala Star says, as there is no j cups, sometimes throwing them on tlement and Development Organiza Organiza-legal
legal Organiza-legal way to keep the Japanese out, the floor in handfulls, has been de- tion, and are glad to work with it,
c lr. -.-r.lrrr m,rrU t r. ndtrinHpl corvine nf SOVPrp TPhllke. and One Knt rlr nat Hociro t r n m t 1 ro m a tP

. 3. O CUUUlga UUgUl. M.KJ UC iCili luuv- on imo -

them in. Jennings is after the dol dollar,
lar, dollar, and it outweighs patriotism with
hm. Tampa Tribune.
The Tribune is real rude.

The head of an article in the Mi Mi-:arni
:arni Mi-:arni Metropolis states that "Turtle
Doves Are Protected." Yes, and
gophers, alligators, bullbats and ev everything
erything everything else in Florida is "protect "protected"
ed" "protected" except the poor tax payers and
they "sure do catch it," says the
Jasper News.

but do net desire to amalgamate

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enough to refrain from bringing! would find it difficult to believe that with it.

Mr. W. H .Manss, vice president

nf tho nrirani7atinn nrrivpH nn thp

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is best for all travelers to carry cups afternoon train and was present at

oi ineir ou, as vy su uuiug line meeting. ne was gien a tor-

will be less liable to contagious dis-1 dial greeting, and gave those pres-

ease and escape considerable annoy- ent to understand that he thought

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 seks. We do this willingly, gladly, for we consider it
our obligation to those who have made possible this strong, reliable institution.
The Monroe & CluamMIss Baek
OCALA, FLORIDA -

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General Buildng Contractors
BUILDING MATERIALS
IFOIR SALE

Block Xorth East of Postoffice,

OCALA, FLORIDA

303 Xorth Osceola Street.

"FACTS AXD PHOTOS"

The Tampa Times concedes that
Governor Trammell was right and
that the state constitution stands in
the way of legislation to' keep the
. Japs out of Florida. The Times also
concedes that an amendment to the
constitution can only be proposed at
a regular session. Consequently it
would be useless for the governor to
call a special session for that pur-

pose. Doubtless tne jap scare win
have subsided before the time for
the regular session arrives. Lake Lakeland
land Lakeland Telegram.
If it has, it will only be to be re re-vlved
vlved re-vlved later on.

The funeral services of Joseph R.
Parrott, late president of the Flor Florida
ida Florida East Coast Railway, will be held
In Jacksonville tomorrow. Mr. Par Parrott
rott Parrott was a man of high character

and unusual ability. Like all men
in exalted positions, he made many
friends and some enemies. His per personal
sonal personal attachments were numerous
. and strong, and most of the dislike

vto him was caused by his official
.acts in carrying out the policy of his
railroad. These doubtless seemed
to him just and for the best interest
of all, and tho he was mistaken
sometimes no one will cherish ani animosity
mosity animosity therefor against his memory.

The road he was so largely instru-

TnPTitfll in buildina remains a monu

ance. it best for the State Chamber of

Commerce to work independently.

The plan for amalgamation was an

idea of Mr. Richardson's, and was

"Ocala, Marion County, Florida" about the only thing in which the

The above are the titles of the gathering differed from that clever

Marion County Booklet, the advanc- business man.

ed copies of which have just been All the delegates and several cm-

received by Secretary Rooney of the zens held an intormai meeting in me

Board of Trade. Board of trade rooms last eenmg.

Tt i thP nrPttiftst. and most con- As most of these present intended to

vinMna mihHratinn in the war of an leave for home on the early morning

advertisement that the Star has ever trains, it was no use for them to go

seen issued in Florida. to bed, so tSey put m their time in

The cover page contains the best discussing various plans for business

picture of our handsome courthouse advancement.

yet taken, and the only one at that Mr. J. 1-red Deuerry read me

angle I ot v-mui

rn, inrintinn 5 "Marine PnnTitv. i satdiii? homeseeKers rates and me

Florida. Slogan: Good as the Best action taken on them by the Miami
c tt.., ovwi votr0t!iwoi: nttpr than I board of trade. The Miami board's

n,t f- vjntr onfi Hnminv ijronosition was unanimously ap

Pm.iri it hR better exnressed in so proved by the board.

r. 4. Coi)ies of yesterday afternoon's

lew wuiua. I
Tho ,nnk ;S nmstlv riven un to Star were supplied the visitors by

rimtnnh,. Thfiv'are most con- Secretary Rooney, and every visitor

vinciTifr nf arguments. Facts some- left for home with one or more of

j or.r fitmrPQ the nailers in his pocket. The Star

Llllit'b llt'tiU tuuuuuiauuu, "a'" I -
ran be made to lie, but the camera had many appreciated compliments

Of!
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is as honest as the sun that gives it

power.
Following are the ilustrations:
Office Board of Trade.
Ocala High School new building

Ocala Public Buildings.
Fourth of July Game at the Ball
Park and Ocala Street Scenes.
City Homes.
Florida Flowers-three pretty
Ocala girls.
Golf Links.
Silver Springs and Oklawaha.
One of Zack Chambliss' morning
catches of fish in a Marion county

ment to him almost as much as to stream.
-Ut- Fiasrlpr It bears a large part! Lake Weir scenes

in the development of Florida, is of
great use to the whole country and
under a more enlightened policy
-will be an unmixed blessing to the
people of the territary is traverses.

Marion county people wanted a
hard road from Ocala to Morriston
via Blitchton. Just like Volusia and
many other counties of the state,
there was no money in the road

fund with which to build the road.
Arrangements were made for a
road bee." County authorities
scattered material along the route,
3000 ladies prepared dinners and
5,000 men and teams reported last
Thursday for a day's work. The en entire
tire entire IS miles of roadway was cover covered
ed covered with workers and teams, and the
road quickly built. Ocala business
men closed for the day. Lawyers,
doctors, merchants, county officials.

etc, donned overalls, carried picks
-and shovels; colored men and white
men worked side by side. Colored
women took care of the dinners for
members of tkeir race. Why can't
the people of DeLand and Lake
Helen unite in a similar move. De De-Land
Land De-Land News.
The editor of the Star has pulled
through the six miles of sand be--ween
DeLand and Lake Helen many
tiihes, and if the people of the two
towns decide to have a road work working:,
ing:, working:, nothing would please him more
than to go over and sling a shovel
on that occasion.

The Atlantic Coast Line has abol abolished
ished abolished the plan of keeping individual
lrinking cups in cases on its cars.
12 a passenger wants a cup, he or
she must ask a porter. This is go going
ing going to cause inconvenience and some
suffering, as people, particularly
,sfivirtrpn will often want water

Contentment Among the Daisies,
Roses and Tomatoes.
Maricri County .Tomato-Canning
Club and Picnic Dinner.
Some Fish catch made by Judge
Warner, Mr. Kramer and Mayor
Robertson.
Picking Tomatoes and Ca'nta Ca'nta-loupes.
loupes. Ca'nta-loupes. Good Roads. Lover's Lane and

the Silver Springs boulevard.
The Lime" Industry.
The Phosphate Industry.
Among the Orange Groves.
Fields of Corn, Oats, Velvet Beans
and Other Crops in the Harvest.
Improved Shorthorn Cattle.
Marion County Steers on Pasture.
Pure-bred Hogs.
Registered Marion Berkshires.
County Farmers Herd.
Poultry.

Ocala Dairy.
Registered Dairy Cows.
Loading and Shipping Melons.
Country Homes.
And many others that would re require
quire require a detailed description that we
haven't time to give.
The illustrations are excellently
chosen and beautifully printed.
There is not much reading mat matter,
ter, matter, but what there is, is right to
the point.
The back of the book contains
post card blanks, asking for infor information
mation information and directed to the secretary
of the Board of Trade.
Across the top of each page is the
handsomely engraved line, "Marion

County, Florida."

fnr its srond renort of the meeting!

and the general appearance of the j

paper.
Talks were given by Messrs.

Richardson, Stevenson, Stanford and

others. It was after midnight when
the gathering broke up and the dele

gates left to catch their respective

trains.

The meeting of the State Chamber
of Commerce has been a very suc successful
cessful successful and pleasant occasion. The
bad weather yesterday prevented the
visitors seeing much of the city and
any of the county, and this was the
only drawback.
The following resolutions were

adopted:
Resolved at the annual meeting of
the State Chamber of Commerce of
Florida, in session this October 25,
1913, in the city of Ocala, Florida,

whereas the project of a comprehen

sive nature has been recommended
for the improvement of the Oklawa

ha river by Major J. R. Slattery, of

the United States army, in charge

of this district.

And whereas, we are informed
that the said' project has been ap approved
proved approved by the division engineer, and
now is in the hands of the board of
engineers for rivers and harbors and
whereas, the development of the Ok Oklawaha
lawaha Oklawaha means so much for not only
the section contiguous to the route,
but to the general development of
commerce of the entire state of

Florida, therefore be it resolved that
the Chamber of Commerce of the
State of Florida in convention as assembled,
sembled, assembled, does heartily endorse and
respectfully urges upon the Honor Honorable
able Honorable Board of Engineers the great
necessity of this inland waterway.
Louis O'Bryan, Chairman.
G. Y. Ware.
Resolution of W. P. Watson
We. the State Chamber of Com Commerce,
merce, Commerce, hereby unalterably endorse
the Southern Settlement and Devel

opment Organization, and cordially

recommend that all of our trade
bodies co-operate throughout the
state with this organization.
Whereas. All boards of trade and

chambers of commerce, whether mu-

ticious, unscientific system, sanc sanctioned
tioned sanctioned by law, but generally unsat unsatisfactory
isfactory unsatisfactory to the needs of a growing
country, and condemned by experi experience,
ence, experience, and,
Whereas, under the present sys system
tem system our reserve funds finally drift
to the congested centers aud the sys system
tem system is responsible for the frequent
panics with which we have been af afflicted,
flicted, afflicted, therefore, be it
Resolved, that the Florida State
Chamber of Commerce hereby en

dorses the administration currency

measure knovn as the Glassquestl
bill now pending in the United j J
States Senate, and we request ourf
senators to use their best endeavors!
tn oviipditp thp iiassasre of this bill.!?

We recommend the adoption
this resolution.

Louis O'Bryan, Chairman.
G. Ware.
Jake Brown.
Committee on Resolution.
The AVithlacoochee Iliver
At the annual meeting of the
State Chamber of Commerce held in
Ocala, Florida, on the 2 3rd of Octo October,
ber, October, 1913, particular stress was laid
on the importance of the entire state

of Florida of the meetings to be

held in Palatka, of the Mississippi-to-Atlantic
Inland Waterways Con

vention, which are to be neia no.
17 and 18, and the Atlantic Deeper
Waterway Association, to be held in

Jacksonville on Xovmeber 19, 20,
and 21, 1913, and the various
organizations throughout the state
were urged to send as many dele dele-vio
vio dele-vio tn both meetings.

UICO CA O

Believing as it does that the de

velopment of the inland waterways

of the state of Florida, so bountiful-

lv blessed by nature, win mean

nuifh to the development of the in

terior portion of the state directly j
:ll,. i

and the entire state sympauiein:".

it was resolved that this organiza organization
tion organization most heartily endorses the pro

ject now on foot for the opening up!
and deepening of the Withlacoochee j
river and thus placing the thousands thousands-of
of thousands-of acres of fertile lands along the,

Withlacoochee valley on the mar market,
ket, market, the vast beds of phosphate with
only lack of transportation to be
made valuable and the hundreds of
acres of orange groves along its
banks, and more particularly urges

the development of this work being

a it is in a part of the Trans-r lon-

da canal route adopted by the Trans-

Florida commission board supported
by the war department.
We recommend adoption.
Louis O'Ryan, Chairman.
G. Ware.
Whereas, the Southern Settlement
& Development Organization has
elected H. H. Richardson, the secre secre-tarv
tarv secre-tarv of this body, as its Florida

ONE B1EMJTY
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

"an honest man may have a bad title through no fault of his own1
"a good man does not always mean a good title title-"men
"men title-"men pass away, titles run on forever."
"an abstract of title is the only means by which you can determine
whether you are buying land or a lawsuit"

manager and later to be its repre representative
sentative representative in Europe, therefore be it
resolved, that while this promotion
of our secretary will necessarily take
him awav from our organization

and deprive us of his efficient help,

vet we rejoice in this deserved rec

ognition of Mr. Richardson's ability

Resolved further, that we con congratulate
gratulate congratulate the Southern Settlement &
Organization on the

selection of Mr. Richardson and be

lieve thev have secured the best man

possible for the place.

t, firt-riA booklet and can't nicipal or state-wide, are engaged in

. rr.nA a laudable effort to increase popu-i

tail to ao our uuum uiuv.u ewv. -it
It was printed by the J. P. Bell lation and bring in new capiatl to (
I tVio natural rpenurops of this',

Co., of Lynchburg, a.

Oil. W. K. IjAXK Specialist, Eye
Ear. Xose and Throat. Office Law

vhen the porter will not be in the j Library Building, Ocala Adv.

develop the natural resources of this :

state, and,
Whereas, it is universally recog- j
nized that for the past fifty years
our currency system has been a fic-j

r-nvomnr Trammell didn't attend

1 V-
the sood roads day exercises in Ma

rion countv, so we hereby absolve

v.?m fmm anv nurnose of having

himself nictorially presented in over

alls through the pages of popular
magazines. The good roads day is
reported to have been a great suc success,
cess, success, even though the governor
wasn't present. Orlando Sentinel.

florida title and abstract co.

ocala, fla.

A I t n Give an Estimate OD Your I

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Call op Phone 300 and Let as Give an Estimate on Your

PLUMBING
AND ELECTRICAL WORK

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We Guarantee To Save Yon Money on Any Work in Our Lines
tine emptor none hot experts we are In poitIom t snaraatee ev every
ery every pleee of work we eoa.trnet to ataad tke laspectloa ot tke moat
rigid inspector. It eoata aotaiag to et or flsrarea aad you are tke
wloBer, whether we secure the contract or not. Give oa a trial.

CLYATT BLOCK

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Oolaes

Will Stand the Test ol Sun,
Acid and Public Opinion.

The law of averages Is in your favor when
you come to our store for that new Fall Suit.
You would have to visit, five average tailoring
houses to see as many styles, fabrics and patterns
as we display.
You can't duplicate the price anywhere.

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the October Meeting of
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Phono 101.
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Special Prices on Recovering Auto Tops:

RunaboutsSS:.

Rubber
Mohair

$10.00
12.50
$15.00
20.00
$20.00
25.00

4-Passenger

5.Passenger(Kirr:::

Goods subject to examination. Test of goods seen at
shop. Workmanship the best.
OCALA AUTO TOP CO.
J. J. McCRANIE, Manager.

WHITE STAR LINE,
TRANSFER AND FIREPROOF STORAGE
COLLIER 8R0S., Proprietors.

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

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

R. C. MUNCASTER

FIRE

LIFE

ACCIDENT

HEALTH

BURGLARY. EMPLOYEES

PLATE GLASS

LIABILITY

Ocala, Fla., Oct. 6, 1913.
The board of county commission commissioners
ers commissioners for Marion county, Florida, met in

special session, to receive the tax
books from Tax Assessor Aver. Pres Present:
ent: Present: Hon. C. Carmichael, chairman;
D .G. Watkins, J. W. Davis, W. T.
Henderson and W. Luffman, commis

sioners.

Hon. Alfred Ayer, tax assessor for

Marion county, Florida, appeared be before
fore before the board and presented the or

iginal and two copies of the assess assessment
ment assessment roll completed.

The county commissioners having

examined and compared the original

and the two copies, and having found

the copies exact duplicates of the or

iginal, the board thereupon endorsed

upon them a certificate that they
have so examined them, and that they
were exact duplicates, and the board
having signed said certificate and the

assessor of taxes having issued and

annexed the warrant as provided by

law, and a copy of said warrant is

dulv recorded in the minutes of the

board of county commissioners.
Whereupon a copy of said assess

ment roll was delivered to the tax
collector and the comptroller, and the
original filed with the clerk of the
circut court.
The following warrant was attach attached
ed attached to said copies and original of said
assessment rolls:
State of Florida.
To W. L. Colbert, Tax' Collector of
. the County of Marion:
You are hereby commanded to col collect
lect collect out of the real estate and per personal
sonal personal property, and from each of the
persons and corporations named in
the annexed roll the taxes set down

in each roll opposite each name, cor

poration or parcel of land therein de described,
scribed, described, and in case taxes so impos imposed
ed imposed are not paid at the time prescrib prescribed
ed prescribed by law, you are to collect the same
by levy and sale of the goods and
chattels, lands, and tenements so as assessed
sessed assessed cr of the person or corpora corporation
tion corporation so taxed; and all sums collected
for the state taxes you are to pay to
the state treasurer ct such time as
may be required by law, and at the
same time you are to py to the coun county
ty county treasurer all sum? collectetd for
county. taxes, district pchool taxes

and other special taxes; and you are'

further required to make all collec collections
tions collections on -or before the firs'; Monday
in April and on or before the first

Monday in July you will make a final

report to and settlement with he

comptroller and county commiss? n-

ers.
Given under my hand and seal this
the Cth day of October; in the year A.
D., 1913. Alfred Aj'er,
Assessor of Taxes, Marion County.
On motion of Commissioner Hen
derson the sheriff, John P. Galloway
is authorized to offer a reward of $25(

for the apprehension and conviction

of the murderer or murderers of Mrs:
Wilson, near Oak, Marion county.
On motion clerk was instructed to
send script for Mahaly Williams to
J. H. Shaw.
On motion the board adjourned un until
til until 1:30 p. m., when the commission

ers would go in a body to visit camp
and work under Capt. Henry Gordon,
and meet again in session Tuesday
morning at S o'clock.
Tuesday Morning
Board met pursuant to adjourn adjournment,
ment, adjournment, with all members present.
Minutes of last two meetings were
read and approved.

Letter by C. A. Carter, asking that
warrant for aid for Mr. Marlow be
sent to J. S. Williams at Dunnellon,
read, and clerk was instructed to
comply with the same.
On motion of Commissioner Davis
warrant for $3 per month was ordered
sent to W. J. Frink at Levon, Fla., for
benefit of Chaney Hope's granddaugh granddaughter.
ter. granddaughter. On motion of Commissioner Davis
warrant for $3 per month was order ordered
ed ordered sent to H. J. Wall & Son for re relief
lief relief of Charlie Kirkland at Summer Summer-field.
field. Summer-field. On motion of Commissioner Luff Luff-man
man Luff-man warrant for $10 per month was
ordered sent to I. J. Fort for benefit
of Mr. Harvey, instead of $5 as be before.
fore. before. Petition by F. W. Bishop et al as

resignation at the September meet meeting.
ing. meeting. Matter was referred to County
Attorney Hocker.
Messrs. Ughtsey and Goin appear appeared
ed appeared relative to the Belleview and Pe Pedro
dro Pedro road. Matter was referred to
Commissioner Davis for attention.
Bond for license to carry rifle and
pistol by Dr. W. R. O. Veal read and
approved.
A committee of citizens from Sum-

merneld and vicinity appeared and

presented a proposition for the coun

ty to co-operate with the citizens of
Summerfield and Levon in building

two cross county hard roads, and

proposed that the county furnish all

road construction crews, machinery

and teams for one Week, commencing

ALL ABOARD FOR OCALA

Atlantic Coast Line Special Rates to
Marion County Fair
On Nov. 25 to 2S, the Atlantic
Coast Line will sell round trip tick tickets
ets tickets to Ocala as rates quoted below:
Archer $1.85

November 3rd. On motion of Com-

Altoona .
Alachua .
Boardman
Brooksville
Branford
Croom

Center Hill
Candler .
Citronelle
Crystal .
Citra
Dunnellon
Dade City
Edgar

Evinston .
Eustis

Hague .
Hernando
Hawthorne
Homosassa

missioner Henderson the proposition

was accepted.
Letter by Mrs. Wm. Hall, asking
assistance, read and on motion was
referred to Commissioner Carmichael
with power to act.

County Attorney Hocker was called
into consultation relative to the new
road law requirements.
Letter by E. E. Williams, tendering
his resignation as mark and brand
inspector for district No. 24, read and
referred 'to the governor of Florida.
Letter by C. A. Roberts, asking

damage to auto on account of run running
ning running into a log on the Dunnellon road,
read and on motion of Commissioner

Watkins the request was refused.

Mr. Leroy Williams appeared and

asked that the warrant for Mr. Mar-

low be mailed to him direct.

Widow's pension claim by Mrs. So Sophy
phy Sophy C. Chalker, widow of John B.

Chalker, read and approved.

Notary public bond by V. P. Smith
read and approved.
Committee composed of Dr. J. C.
Boozer, John L. Edwards, W. A.
Knight, J. D. Rooney, D. S. Woodrow

and others, appeared representing the

board of trade, and asked the county j Cartel

1.95
1.95

So
2.45!
2.85
2.00
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1.30
1.50
.80
1.05
2.05
1.70
90
1.50

Floral City 1.80
Fort White 2.45
Gainesville 1.45
Grand Island 1.60

Sickness Comes Unannounced
Depend Upon The

t COURT PHARMACY

TO AID YOU.
When some one in your home
is suddenly taken ill, then is
the time to depend upon the
Court Pharmacy to aid you
in every possible way. Your
telephone call will be prompt promptly
ly promptly responded to. Prescrip Prescriptions
tions Prescriptions called for, filled and de delivered
livered delivered quickly. Your doc doctor's
tor's doctor's orders carried out with
absolute fidelity f and detail.
No matter what your want
may be or what the ocassion
is, phone to the Court Phar Pharmacy
macy Pharmacy and you, will be sure of

receiving right service.

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1.15
1.75

High Springs 2.15

Holder .
Jnverness
Interlachen
Juliette .
Kendrick
Libson .
Leesburg

1.25
1.60
1.85
.90
.30
1.55
1.25

to help in getting out a

Lady Lake 1.05
Lowell 60

Lake City 2.80
Montbrook 1.40
Martin 50
Mcintosh v 85

IMcAlpine 3.20

50

Morriston 1.25

Ocala House Block

Phone 420

vertising Marion county. The book booklet
let booklet to be gotten out by the board of
trade.
Hon. W. L. Colbert appeared and
presented a supplemental report of
errors, insolvencies and doubles, and
asking credit therefor as follows:
State tax, $129.0G; county tax,
?377.0S; polls, $8.C0; sub-schools,
$46.10; total, $552.24, which was ac accepted
cepted accepted and approved.
On motion of Commissioner Wat Watkins
kins Watkins Dr. S. H. Blitch and Mr. J. D.
Roonev were delegated to take charge

of all arrangements for the success of
the Blitchton hard road movement
for October 16, 1913.
Mrs. C. L. Bittinger, Mrs. William
Sinclair, Mrs. M. II. Stovall and Miss
E. L. Gamsby, as a committee for the
public library, appeared and present presented
ed presented the following petition:
Ocala, Fla., Oct. C, 1913.
The Honorable Boards of Education,
Trustees and Marion County Com Commissioners
missioners Commissioners Greeting:
Whereas, the public library move movement,
ment, movement, which has been dormant for
so many months, has een reorganiz reorganized
ed reorganized under the nam eof Woman's Li Library
brary Library Association of Ocala, Florida;
and.
Whereas, Mr. Carnegie, with his
unparalleled munificence, has donat donated
ed donated the sum of ten thousand dollars
to build a free library in our city, and
the state legislature has enacted all
laws necessary which will give the
city council full power to levy a min minimum
imum minimum tax to maintain said library;
and,
Whereas, all towns less pretentious

than oct progressive city, with its

cultured citizenship, elegant homes,

beautiful environments and and won wonderful
derful wonderful possibilities, have free libra libraries.
ries. libraries. Therefore this organization prays
that vou honorable boards co-operate

with and endorse its efforts to estab-;
lish a Carnegie library in Ocala,
since it is imperative that we keep
abreast of the times and do every everything
thing everything possible for the benefit of our
children, for the public in general,
and that will add to the prestige of
the city of Ocala.
Immediate action upon this matter
will be greataly appreciated. .
MRS. C. L. BITTINGER,
MISS L. E. GAMSBY,
Mrs. M. H. Stovall,
Committee.
On motion it was ordered that the
board of county commissioners co-operate
with and heartily endorse this
movement, and will give all aid pos possible
sible possible to -get the establishment of a
Carnegie library in Ocala.

Buford Cummmgs appeared ana

Mt. Dora 2.05
Micanopy 1.10
Newberry 2.15
Orange Lake 80

Okahumpka 1.45
Oklawaha .70
O'Brien 3.00

Palatka 2.35
Pine Mount 3.30

Reddick ? 65
Rochelle 1.20

Santora z.io

Sorrento 2.20
Tavares 1.60
Trilby 2.05
Umatilla 1.80
Weirsdale 90
Webster 1.S5

tYilliston 1.50

Return Limit: November 29 th,

(up to and including this date.)

Fares for Children: Tickets for
the transportation of children five
years of age and under twelve, may

be sold at one-half the above fares
sufficient to be added to make tota

fare end Mn naught or five. Each
coupon of each such ticket to be

plainly marked, stamped or punched

E. M. NORTH,
Asst- Gen. Passenger Agent.
T. C. WHITE,
Gen. Passenger Agent.

DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED

by local applications, as they cannot

reach the diseased portion of the ear

There is only one way to cure deaf

ness, and that is by constitutiona

remedies. Deafness is caused by a.tt

inflamed condition of the mucous lin

ing of the Eustachian Tube. WThen

this tube is inflamed you have

rumbling s' und or imperfect hearing

and when it is entirely closed, deaf

ness is the result, and unless the in inflammation
flammation inflammation can be taken out and this

tube restored to its normal condition

hearing will be destroyed forever;

nine cases out of ten are caused by

catarih, which is nothing but an in

flamed condition of the mucous sur

faces.

We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of deafness (caused by

catarrh) that cannot be "cured by

Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu

lars; free.
J. F. Cheney & Co.. Toledo, Ohio
Sold bv druggists. 75 cents.

Take Hall's Family Pill3 for con

stipation. Ad

W. H. MARSH

HPItothlg 108

FRESH MEATS

follows: We, the undersigned citi

nnc VirfiT- notif inn und rPflllPSt L

. v,.-.. a Tasked assistance of the county.

your nonoraoie douv io ebuiunsu
grant a public road as follows: Begin Beginning
ning Beginning at the nw cor of the sw4 of
the neVi, sec 16, tp 14, s, r 22, thence
running due west on the quarter sec section
tion section line to the nw cor of the nwi of
the sw4 of sec IS. tp 14, r 22, said
point being at a point on the Old
Wire road.
Read, and on motion was referred
to Commissioner Luffman for inves investigation
tigation investigation and report.
Soldier's pension claim by Charles
Kingsley read and approved.
Mr. J. B. Ley appeared relative to
his bill as probation officer, and ac

Telephone

23 or 388

when you want a

First-class Plumber

I am prepared to

do all kinds of Steam

and Gas Fitting.

Jf. W. AMe,

S. Osee ila St. Ocala, Fla

FUMITUkE

We can save you money on your

Furniture and Household Furnish-

ng purchases. A large stock of both

new and second-hand furniture.

We make a specialty of the IN

STALLMENT BUSINESS, and can
make you low prices and easy terms.
Try "our method, you willlike it.

Secoml-Hand Furniture Bought at
Highest Market Price.

A. M. BOBBITT
Between Market and Laundry
9-11 dly
Phone 481. OCALA, FLA.

Call Phone 267
Ocala Meat Market
when you want First-class
Fresh Meat, Fish or Vege Vegetables.
tables. Vegetables. Corn-fed pork from
my own farm. Al Rhame.
Ocala's best cutter, will
serve you. Prompt delivery.
D. N. WALDRON
412 7. Magnolia St., Ocala, Fla.

G. C. SHEPHARD,

DENTIST.

Holder Block, Rooms 9 and 10.

PHONE 230.

OUTGOING 3LMLS CLOSE-

OCALA LODGE XO. 286, B. P. O. E.

Ocala Lodge, No. 286, Benorelent
and Protective Order of Elks, me?ts
the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren a1 ways welcome.
Chas. W. Hunter, E. R.
Joseph Bell, Secretary. Ad.

A GENTLE AND
EFFECTIVE LAXATIVE

Mrs. J. R. Moorbead appeared in
behalf of Comfort Lodge. On motion
of Commissioner Henderson a war warrant
rant warrant was ordered drawn for $50 in aid
of Comfort Lodge.

un mouon or tommis.iuun A miId gentle and effective laxa

each commissioner was instructed xo tive is what people demand when

arrange for measuring roads and suffering form constipation. Thous Thous-placing
placing Thous-placing mile posts and sign boards on ands swear by Dr. King's New Life
, . Pills. Hugh Tallman, of San Anton-
pubhc roads m each of their respect-, Tex write3. They are beyQnd
ive districts. question, the best pill my wife and
Bonds for license to carry pistol by I have ever taken." They never
G. C. Folks, W. C Credle, J. H. Liv-! cause pain. Price 25c at all drug--r.
,r x tt- t,?t,c i gists, or by mail. H. E. Bucklin &

(Co., Philadelphia or St. Louis.

A. C. L. NORTH 5:05 a.
12:45 p. m. SOUTH 6:10 a.
2:10 p. m.; 2:30 p. m.; ? p. m.
S. A. L. NORTH 12:50 p.

4:10 p. m.; 9 p. m.. SOUTH
p. m.; 9 p. m.
STAR ROUTES Blifhton
Calvary 2 p. m.

m.;
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12:50

and

. A TEXAS WONDER
The Texas Wonder cures aldney
and bladder troubles, dissolves grav gravel,
el, gravel, cures diabetes, weak and lame
backs, rheumatism, and all irregular irregularities
ities irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in
both men and women. Regulates
bladder troubles in children. If not
sold by your druggist,' will be sent
by mail on receipt of $1. One small
bottle Is two months treatment, and
seldom fails to perfect a care.' Send
for testimonials from ,this and other
states. Dr: E. W, Hall, 2926 Olive St..

tion of the board in asking for his

(Concluded on Seventh Page)
Try a Star Want Ad. It PAYS

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THE OCA LA. EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1913
OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS f

(If you have any item3 for this department call phone 106)

Club 3Ieets With .Miss Johnson
The Inclemency of the weather
seemed to have added to the mirth mirthful
ful mirthful spirits of the Young Ladies Auc Auction
tion Auction Club members, who met at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Johnson
this Afternoon at 3 o'clock to have
their weekly play for the hours with
Miss 'ClaraJohnson, who is one of
the club's loveliest hostesses, were
filled with intense pleasure. It was
a "family" meeting for all the mem members
bers members who are now at home were
present and the only visitor was
Miss Alice Bell of Virginia, who was
invited to take the hostess place at
the three tables. Others playing
were Misses Adele Bittinger, Marie
von Engelken, Mary Burford, Minnie
Stovall, Fanny Robinson, Hope Rob Robinson,
inson, Robinson, Eugenia Fuller, Bettie Mclv Mclv-er,
er, Mclv-er, Bessie MacKay, Annie Atkinson
and Mrs. C. B. Ayer.
The cheerful rooms were fragrant
with the delicate odor from quanti quantities
ties quantities of pink cut roses, prettily ar arranged
ranged arranged and the same dainty color
was used to shade all of the lights.
Divinity candy was on the tables
and after the games Mrs. Johnson
and Misses Rosebud Robinson, Ophe Ophelia
lia Ophelia Sawtell and Kathleen Jackson,
who joined the players later, served
chicken salad, sandwiches, wafers,

olives, pickles, marshmallow trifle

and mints.
The hostess of the next meeting

will be Miss Mclver.

assist Miss Mary E. Bradley, agent
for Escambia, in demonstrating "and
explaining the canning club exhibit,
which Is a compliment worthily be bestowed
stowed bestowed for no agent in the state is
better posted on the subject than
she.

Interesting

Announcement
Gainesville

Made in

The announcement of the engage engagement
ment engagement and approaching marriage of
Miss Isabel Patten to Mr. Edwin
Philips will evoke cordial interest in
Ocala. Miss Patten is one of the
most popular members of the Uni University
versity University City's society set, and is well
known not only in Ocala' but

ten days with his father and mother.
He will be accompanied home by his
son Edward, who has been in Ver Vermont
mont Vermont since last spring.
General Dickison's Granddaughter
Pensacola News: One of the fea features
tures features of the evening was a talk by
little Miss Margaret Reynolds Dick Dick-ison,
ison, Dick-ison, a maid of honor and grand granddaughter
daughter granddaughter of. General Dickison. She
said she was neither a queen nor a

princess but was something better, J
the daughter of a Confederate sol-l
dier. "A queen or a princess. can be!
made," she said, '"but you have to be;

born a daughter of a Confederate
soldier." She held up a small Con Confederate
federate Confederate flag and said, "This was
the flag of my grandfather, and I
love it, and as long as I live and the
daughters of the Confederacy live

we are going to love it and love the'
men who fought for it."

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Mi- anrl Mrs 7 C 'anihlica ntN.

r.iver homeytoday from their trip

mroienoui me state. sne nartici-Ki s nnv. i : i,

- A nix u ureuimd. iucj cyeiiL la&l iilgui i
pated in the reunion of the Confed at Mclntoshwith Mr. Gaitskill. They

erate veterans held in Macon, GaU had a delightful trip without anac

representing tne second brigade on cident of any kind.
Via Plnmdo TI5 v o n-n rf n-V. iV. M 1 ...

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Among tne canning ciud gins

have filed their reports with Missi

Harris, are t

ion county, n

1 Annie Mae

Lily Sue Clay
Annie .Lee Ho

)llowing from Mar-

mfely: Geneva McCul-

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ith, Eva Smith,

tonxXina Seckinger,

Marie Ide Collins,

Katie Mae Eagleton, Louise Crump Crump-ton.
ton. Crump-ton. Mary Harriet Livingston and

Fida Parker.

Mrs. J. B. Wilcox of Daytona, wife
of the manufacturer of the famous
"Pine Oil," has been here for two
days. She was very successful in
placing the product in a number of
homes here. She will sell all along
the coast as far as Miami. Lake
Helen notes in DeLand News.
Mrs. Wilcox and daughter, Miss
Mamie Wilcox, now Mrs. William
Roxby of Daytona, spent many
months in Ocala.
Mrs. A. F. Dreka formerly of this
city will be matron of honor at the
Mahoney-Xahn wedding on next
Tuesday In DeLand and her daugh daughter
ter daughter Beverly, will be the. dainty little
flower girl.

E. M. Howard of this city was mat matron
ron matron of honor. Mr. Phillips graduat graduated
ed graduated from the law department of the
University of Florida two-years ago
and since then has been practicing

hi3 profession in Atlanta. The wed wedding
ding wedding will take place in Holy Trinity
church on December 11th. Their
Ocala friends join in with others in
extending best wishes.
Writing of prominent people who
are attending the reunion the. Pen Pensacola
sacola Pensacola Journal says:
Hon. X. A. Blitch, former state

senator and now serving his second
term as railroad commissioner, is

among the visiting Confederate vet-
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teraus. seuaiur uiucii uul vni
Vnade a fine record In the .state sen

ate, but he has made .an equally fine
ecord as railroad commissioner.
.sked by a Journal representative

esterday it ne was going to De a

candidate for re-election he replied:

"I certainly am and if the people
approve of my service and policies
I shall appreciate their support."
Senator Blitch is 69 years old, but
no one would judge from his vigor vigorous
ous vigorous appearance that he was more
than 50. His step is as firm and his
eye as keen as many a man of 40
years. He is a progressive demo democrat
crat democrat who believes in the democracy
of William J. Bryan and Woodrow
Wilson and is very much pleased
with the record both are making.
Mrs. J. S. Hartlej", of Ocala, spent
a few days in Tampa this week, com combining
bining combining business with pleasure.
Tampa Tribune.
A jolly party of Arcadians were
royally entertained at the home of
Misses Dora and Carrie Pelot, about

eight miles west of Arcadia, near

Mrs. G. G. Maynard went to Rock
Springs today to spend a week dur during
ing during Mr. Maynard's visit to Vermomt.
Mrs. Joseph Malever and son re returned
turned returned last night from a visit to
friends in Jacksonville.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Brinson are

spending the evening with friends at

Weirsdale.
Mrs. H. P. Bitting and children
left today tor a visit to friends at
St. Petersburg.

Mrs. Frank Clark, wife of the
popular and able representative in
Congress from the second district,
arrived Wednesday from Washing Washington
ton Washington and will remain here until Sat Saturday
urday Saturday morning, a guest at the home
of Attorney T. W. Fielding and wife.
Miss Harriet Clark is attending Mary
Baldwin Seminary at Staunton, Va.,
and Miss Lucile Clark is now at
Portsmouth a guest of friends. Mr.
Edward Clark, who is secretary to
his father, is in Washington, but will
come to Florida soon, and on the af afternoon
ternoon afternoon of Nov. 4th, will be united
in marriage to Miss Clemmie Jones
of Palmetto. Gainesville Sun.

One of the most attractive view

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being issued, by the Board of Trade,

is a picture taken last spring of Mrs.

ster.

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lilies at her

waha ave-

tled "Flor-

background

irest young

nson and
city andf

T. H. Johnson's Ea
attractive home on

nue. lne picture

ida Flowers," and i

are three of the state's

ladies, Masses Clara J

Dnrnthv Srhrpihor nf this

Miss Mary Skipworth of White

itoringsfcho was an attractive tts1
itorfiere during the winter.
Walton, Holmes and Escambia
counties are having a tri-county ex exhibit
hibit exhibit of their girls canning clubs at
the Inter-State Fair now being held

hveek. A four course turkey supper

kvas served in the usual excellent

fmanner at- tne nospitaDie nome,

which was a rare treat for all pres present.
ent. present. Plenty of good things to eat.

and lots of dainty refreshments.
After supper the guests were greet greeted
ed greeted with a delightful moonlight stroll
thru the massive orange and grape grapefruit
fruit grapefruit grove, of which they betook
many of the golden fruit with which
the trees were bountifully laden. At
a late hour the guests departed for
their homes, which terminated in an
auto race to Arcadia. Charley
Green at the steering gear of his
"60" America, won the trophy over

in Pensacola, and Mrs. J. R. Moor-; "Dutch" Xabell, in his Cadillac, by

head of Ocala, who is the capable
agent of the Marion county club; has
been honored with an invitation to

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Class High-Class Motion
Pictures.
TO-NIGHT

"Something Rotten in Havana"
(S. & A. Comedy)

"A Gambler's Honor"
(Biograph Drama)
"The Forgotten Latchkey"
"When Ignorance is Bliss"
(Vitagraph Comedy)
."The Strongest LInk"
(S. & A. Drama)
6:30 to 10 p. m.
ADMISSION:

! 5 and 10 Cents

few yards. Those going from Ar Arcadia
cadia Arcadia were the Misses Cranberry.

Charley Green, Claude Jones, Pete

McDurmond and E. V. Xabell. Ar Arcadia
cadia Arcadia Enterprise.
'Mr. John Meikle and grand-niece.
Miss Agnes Dantzell. who live a
short distance out on the Dunnellon Dunnellon-Shady
Shady Dunnellon-Shady hard road, are enjoying a trip
down the west coast.
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Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Dozier and son.
Harry, returned last night from their
trip to Xew York.
Mrs. Judson Edwards continues to
improve, and her friends hope she
may be able to leave her room be before
fore before many days.

Mrs. A.
ter today.

M. Lansford is much bet-

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A fine bay arrived today at noon f

at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest

Raawls in-his city.

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Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Stagey and Mrs.
C. D. Allen were down from Palmetto
to take in the moonlight excursion
as guests of the Knights of Pythias
Wednesday evening. Sarasota Sun.
Mrs. Frank Mustln has returned
from Ocala, where she visited for a
few days last week. Sarasota Sun.
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Mr. G. G. Maynard left today for
Woodstock. Vt.. where he will spend

GRATEFUL APPRECIATION

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Many of these unusual bargains
are gone, but there are some
left that will interest you! Come

and see them.

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Editor Star: The Woman's Li Library
brary Library Association wishes to express
its grateful appreciation to the
boards of trade, education, trustees
county commissioners, mayor, city
council and all secret organizations
for their endorsement of its effort

in establishing a Carnegie library 1
Ocala.

This assov-ition also tenders 1

heartfelt thanks to the- Board

Governors, Messrs. J. D. Rooney, V

D. Carn, J. J. Gerig, Jake Brow

and Dr. Chace for appearing before

the city council and for individual
work in its behalf, which made it
possible to bring the Carnegie li library
brary library movement to a successful is

sue.
To the Star and Banner for cour courtesies;
tesies; courtesies; Messrs. Seymour and Clifford
Anderson for building a pagoda at
the entrance of the palm garden;
Mr. Schreiber for gravel for the walk
under same; Messrs. McCorkle, Sage,
Harley, Peters, Cleveland, Spencer,
Williams, Dr. Peek and Mrs. Abbott
for contributions vo have palm gar garden,
den, garden, which Mr. Adams has kindly
given the association the use of,
cleaned and made attractive; Messrs.
Mclver & MacKay, fheus-Zachry
Co., and White Star Transfer Co.,
for benches for palm garden;
Mr. W. T. Gary, Mrs. Chazal, Mrs.
Sistrunk, Mrs. Schreiber, Mrs.
Groves and Mrs. J. C. Smith for
books for the public library.
Woman's Library Assn. of Ocala.

IBo Masters CdD,

House oil Qualitty

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Mcintosh, Oct.23!-JCMr. M. G7

W. Means were

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

21 Pounds
Of
Sigar for

One Dollar,

To each cash purchaser of $1.00
worth of other groceries, we will
sell twenty-one pounds of sugar for
one dollar on Saturday and Monday.
Remember, this offer is for these
days OXLY.
J' L. Smith Grocery
Company,
PHOXE 434.
Xext to Ocala Xaticnal Rank

Bateman and

quietly marriedWectnefeday evening,

at 8 o'clock, by Dr. M W. Waddell.
The only witnesses t the ceremony

being Mrs. B. F. Douglass and Mr.

'alter Hill.

any rumors were afloat

several months ago, all proved so
groundless that it comes somewhat
suddenly upon the many friends of

the happy couple, most of whom did!

not know a thing about it until the
next day.

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You can't dodge the malarial
germ while your liver is torpid. It
makes you an easy mark for disease.
SIMMON'S RED Z LIVER REGU REGULATOR
LATOR REGULATOR is the best protection. It
puts the liver in sound, healthy con condition
dition condition and purifies the stomach and
bowels. Price, large package $1;
small size 25 cents. Sold by all
druggists. Adv. wed

PROFESSIONAL CK

J. E. CHACE
Dental Surgeon
Rooms 9, 10, 11, Holder Block
Phone 250
OCALA, FLORIDA
Terms: Cash.
L. F. BLALOCK
Dental Surpeon
Office Over Commercial Bank
Phone 211
OCALA. FLORIDA
M. C. IZLAR
Dental Surgeon
Office Law Library Building
Phone 444
OCALA, FLORIDA

For Frainnuiiiig

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.

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"THE FURNITURE MEN"

Phone 19.

Ocala, Fla.

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

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The Hotel you take your Mother, Wife or Sister to
Home Hotel of the State

European Plan $1.50 Per Day and Upward
A.M.Wilson, Thos. M. Wilson,
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THE OCALA EVEXIXG STAR, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1013

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F. E. McCLANE, M. D.
SPECHLIST IS CHROXIC DISEASES
The Dr. McCIane Medical, Surgical and
Electrical Institute
OCALA, FLORIDA.
PHONES Office, No! 333. Dr McClane's Residence, No. 407.
Office Suite 1 to 7, Holder Block Southwest "cor. Public Square.

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HEADQUARTERS FOR WIRE FENCE
We have just received a carload cf the Famous SOUTHERN Wire
Fencing, Staples and' Hay Wire and are In position to make you some
attractive prices on, .'11.7 We are the only dealers In this section of the
country that handle this brand of fence and have demonstrated In the
past that It is absolutely-the .best and strongest fence on the market,
and running it as we have in competition with many inferior grades
of wire fence. We have had some phenomenal sales on It and
made jmany friends an.d customers. Give us your orders. If the goods
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At This Period Use All
Safeguards tor Comforts and Well Being
The best and most practical of these is ice ,ar ice. It preserves
your food, conserves your health, increases your pleasure, does
you good in ways too numerous to mention and all for a little
money.

OCALA ICE & PACKING CO.

CONCORDIA LODGE F. TJ. OF A.

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

OPEN DAY AND laGHT

Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
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OFFICIAL DIRECTORY
CITY OF, OCALA
Mayor J. D. Robertson.
Recorder L. T. Izlar.
Assistant Recorder Joseph Bell.
Council -B. A. Weathers, presi
dent: J. H. Taylor, president pro
tem; E. C. Bennett, Baxter Cam, J.
W. Hood, E. T. Helvenston, G. A.
Carmichael, F. G. B. Weihe, C. M.
Livingston.
City Attorney C. L. Sistrunk.
City Clerk H. C. Sistrunk.
Treasurer and Tax Collector W.
W. Clyatt.
City Engineer J. R. Moorhead.
Superintendent Light Plant J. C.
Caldwell.
Superintendent Water Works .1.
A. Campbell.
Marshal A. J. Brigance.
Fire Chief H. S. Chambers.
Sanitary Inspector G. W. Cleve Cleveland.
land. Cleveland. Street Commissioner R o b e r t
Marsh.

J. E. Thomas E. P. Townsend, J. J.
Guthery, Jacob D. Robbinson, Harry
D. Grantham, John F. Carlton, G. A.
Osteen, John W. Smoak and B. R.
Chambers read and approved.
Bonds for license to carry rifle by
E. W. Luffman, B. E. Raysor, W. A.
Knight and C. R. Kreger, read and
approved.
On motion of Commissioner Luff Luff-man
man Luff-man it was ordered that road as peti petitioned
tioned petitioned for by John Rogers et al be
ordered opened up.
Letter by T. K. Slaughter, M. D.,
asking help for helpless idiot being
cared for at present by Ben and Che Cheney
ney Cheney Hope of Levon, read and filed.
Mark and brand inspectors reports
by inspectors for districts 8, 17, 20, 22,
23 and 32, read and filed.
Financial statement of board of
public instruction for September,
1913, read and filed.
Board adjourned until Wednesday
at 8 o'clock.
Wednesday Morning
Board met pursuant to adjourn adjournment,
ment, adjournment, with all members present.
Reports of justices showing no bus business
iness business during September, 1913, by the
following justices: Jos. Aiken, S. U.
Campbell, W. H. Anderson, J. F. Bru Bru-ton
ton Bru-ton A. O. Harper, Alexander Wynne,
H. W. Douglass, Z. Graham.
The following justicees filed reports
showing fines and costs imposed as
follows:
W. E. Smith, county 'judge, fines,
$850; costs, $240,38.
Z. A. McClaren, fines, 0; costs,
$13.90.
W. H. Anderson, fines, $10; costs,
$G.40.
J. W. Barksdale, fines, $220; costs,
0.
C. R. Veal, fines, $20; costs, $S.
A. O. Harper, fines, $25; costs,
$24.14.
A. J. Ellis, fines, $35; costs, 0.
J. O. Turnipseed, fines, $15; costs,
$12.2S.
Jas. F. Bruton, fines, $10; costs,
$15.70.
Which were read and filed.

County Judge W. E. Smith filed
certificates of convictions for the
month.
Tax Collector Colbert filed report
of licenses for month of September,
1913, showing collected for state,
$1S0.50; for county, $114. Which were

read and filed.
Henry Gordon, superintendent hard
road construction crew, filed report
as follows: "I am doing very well. I
have built 20G5 yards of road and
scraped about the same. I have no
sickness. I received the curtains
and they seem to be all right. Dur During
ing During the month of August Mr. E. H.
Camp hauled 74 days with a double
team, and Mr. Frank Wilson iy2 days,
account of subscription toward build building
ing building the road."

Petition by J. W. Lindeman et al
voters as follows: We, the undersign undersigned
ed undersigned voters of precinct Xo. 23, do here

by ask your board to grant road de

scribed as follows: Beginning at Pe

dro school house straw road on half
section line, and running south one
anil a half miles to Sumter county
line, with two deeds for right of way
attached, was read, and on motion

of Commissioner Davis petition wras
accepted and road ordered opened up.

John M. Graham, county treasurer,

filed report of receipts and disburstr disburstr-ments
ments disburstr-ments for September, 1913, showing:
School Fund
Receipts $1453.54
Disbursements 1430.16

Balance $ 5.3s
Road Fund
Receipts... 949.29
Disbursements. 940.S0

Balance ...$ 8.4 S
County Proper Fund t
Receipts $3617.12
Disbursements 3613.15

Balance $ 3.97
Fine and Forfeiture Fund
Receipts 81G.95
Disbursements 573.84

Balance $ 243.11
Building Fund
Receipts $ 169.76
Disbursements... 5.23

Balance $ 164.53

3L1RIOX-DUXX LSOXIC LODGE

Marion-Dunn Lodge Xo. 19, F. &
A. M. meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
C. E. Simmons, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad

ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, Xo. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge's hall the first Fri Friday
day Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock and the
third Friday afternoon at 3:30, of
each month.
Mrs. Emma C. Burnett, W. M
Miss Florrie Condon, Secretary.

To Prevent Blood Poisoning
apply at once the wonderful old reliable DR.
PORTER'S ANTISEPTIC HEALING OIL, a sur surgical
gical surgical dressing that relieves pain and heals al
the same time. Not a liniment. 25c. 50c. Sl.CC

For Bright Eyes
and Clear Nose

Remarkable Catarrh Curs
That Gets Right into the
Affected Parts and
Stops Gatherings.

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8. S. S. Is a Wonder for the Eyes. Nom
and Throat.
It Is definitely known that catarrh can
be cured by the simple process of inocu inoculating
lating inoculating the blood with antidotal remedies
that stop inflammatory conditions throuch throuch-out
out throuch-out the mucous lininsrs of all the organs
of the body. This is done with the famous
Swift's Sure Specific, or as it is widelv
known. S. S. S. It is taken Into the blood
just as naturally as the most nourishing
food. It spreads its Influence over every
orpan In the body, through all 'the veins
and arteries, and enables all mucous sur surfaces
faces surfaces to exctaansre inflammatory acids and
other irritatine substances fr arterial ele elements
ments elements that effectually cleanse the system
and thus put an end to all catarrhal pollu pollution.
tion. pollution. S. S. S. cleans out the stomach of
mucous accumulations, enables only pure,
blood-makinc materials to entr the intes intestines,
tines, intestines, combines with these food elements to
enter the circulation, and in less than an
hour Is at work throughout the body in
the process of purification.
You will soon realize Its wonderful In Influence
fluence Influence by the absence of headache and
steadily improved nasal condition.
For special advice on any blood disease
write to the Swift Specific Co.. 2:23 Swift
BIdg.. Atlanta. Ga. Do not delay to get
a bottle of S. S. S. from your drurgist.
Always Insist that you want S. S. S.
and nothing else. Pe-nre cf all attempts
to sell you a substitute.

Total balance $ 425.4S
Which was read and filed.
Petition by N. A. Fort et al as fol follows:
lows: follows: The undersigned ask the
board of county commissioners of Ma Marion
rion Marion county to grant them a public
neighborhood road, beginning near
the intersection of the Thomas B.
Griggs neighborhood road with the
Fort Gates road near the sw cor of
the ne4 of the neU of sec 18-15-24,
thence due north to the nw cor of the
seVi of the seM of sec 7-15-24, thence
in a nw direction by the Oklawaha
cemetery to a point near the ne cor
of the nei of nw, sec G-15-24, inter intersecting
secting intersecting at said point with the Lynne
and Grahamville public road. Read,
and on motion of Commissioner Hen Henderson,
derson, Henderson, J. It. Rogers, R. H. Holly and
V. C. West were appointed commis commissioners
sioners commissioners to view, mark and lay out
said road and report' as early as prac practical.
tical. practical. Petition by J. E. Stevens et al as
follows: We, the undersigned, re respectfully
spectfully respectfully petition your honorable
body to grant a public road, begin beginning
ning beginning at a point on the Fort Gates
public road north of E. O. Cordrey's
place in sec 3-15-24, thence a little
north of west about one mile to a
point north and west of J. E. Stevens
place, in sec 4-15-24, thence intersect intersecting
ing intersecting th eRogers and Powelltown pub public
lic public road, then beginning at a point
on the said Rogers and Powelltown
road, near Chas. Hogan's place in sec
32-14-24, thence in a westerday di direction
rection direction across sec Sl-lJ, intersect intersecting
ing intersecting the Stevens public road near the
western boundary of sec 31-14-24.
lit. ad, and on motion of Commis Commissioner
sioner Commissioner Henderson, T. W. Randall, W.
C. West, and I. W. Perkins were ap appointed
pointed appointed commissioners to view, mark
aiid lay out the. road as petitioned
for, ar.i report as early as possible.
R. S. Hall of Eastiake appeared rel

ative to the telephone pole in front
of his home at Eastlake and asked
relief. On motion of Commissioner
Davis it was ordered that the clerk
notify the Ocala Telephone Company
and any other telephone company or
lines to remove all telephone poles to
a point not less than 12 V2 feet from
center of roads in Marion county
within thirty days.

Application for permit to sell li liquors,
quors, liquors, wines and beer by Harry Peter
and 13- F. Duke in district Xo. 1, read
and proper advertisement ordered
made to comply with the statutes.
Report of the sheriff to the state
auditor read and approved.4

Bills to Mr. Rooney by E. R. Colby
and E. E. Dobbs for auto hire read
and refused.
Notary public bond by J. A. Tyner
read and approved.
Deputy sheriff bonds by C. R. Dean
and J. A. Nelson read and approved.
On motion of Commissioner Hen Henderson,
derson, Henderson, Mr. Chalker was authorized
to purchase a cooking stove for the
new jail
Mr. J. R. Moorhead appeared rela relative
tive relative to a donation for a new county
map. On motion of Commissioner
Luffman a commtitee of two, compos composed
ed composed of Commissioners Carmichael and
Davis, was appointed to confer with
Mr. Moorhead and report at next
meeting.
Mr. P. H. Nugent, clerk, appeared
and stated that he needed additional
room for tax books, etc. On motion
of Commissioner Henderson it was
ordered that the room now occupied
by registration officer and county
surveyor be turned over to the clerk
of the circuit court for tax records,
and that the registration officer and
county surveyor use room on second
floor heretofore occupied by J. W.
Lyles, and that Mr. Nugent be in instructed
structed instructed to have what desks, etc., that
he needs made or bought to fit up the
room Letter by N. F. Rogers of Port
Orange, Fla., read, and on motion was
referred to Mr. Henrj Gordon, su superintendent.
perintendent. superintendent. W. L. Colbert filed report of poll
taxes collected for Septetmber, show showing
ing showing 12 extras collectetd.
On motion of Commissioner Wat Wat-kins
kins Wat-kins the clerk was instructed to no notify
tify notify all road superintendents and over overseers
seers overseers to make a detailed report of all
county property on hand of all kinds
and character, and where located, by
next meeting of board.
On motion of Commissioner Wat Wat-kins,
kins, Wat-kins, it was ordered that the scrape

crew be moved to the Dunnellon road
as soon as possible. V;
S. 17. Campbell, J. P., asked for jus justice
tice justice manuals for ir07, 1909 and 1911.
On motion of Commissioner Davis the
clerk was instructed to purchase the
same for Mr. CampbelL
Petition by G. W. Waters et al as
follows: 4We, the undersigned free freeholders,
holders, freeholders, ask that the old road from
the. Daytona road to the Moss Bluff
and Lynne road be cleaned out and
straightened and made a public road,
read and on motion of Commissioner
Henderson, W. B. Holly, J. F. Cald Caldwell
well Caldwell and A. B. Mock were appointed
commissioners to mark, view and lay
out said road, and report at the next
meeting of the board.
On motion of Commissioner Luff Luffman,
man, Luffman, Commissioner Henderson was
appointed a committee of one to look
in to the matter of employing an at attorney
torney attorney for the county judge and jus justice
tice justice courts for district No. 1, and re report
port report at the next meeting of the board.
On motion of Commissioner Davis
the matter of advertisement a3 pro proposed
posed proposed by the board of trade commit committee
tee committee be laid over until the next meet meeting
ing meeting of the board.
Petition by S. C. M. Thomas et al
asking that J. L. rMorrow be appoint appointed
ed appointed mark and brand inspetcor of dis district
trict district No. 24 read. On motion of Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Watkins it was ordered
that acceptance of resignation of E E-E.
E. E-E. Williams and appointment of Mr.
Morrow be recommended to the gov governor.
ernor. governor. Bill of Fred E. Vogt refused, on ac account
count account of being unreasonable.
Bill of W. J. Sullivan ordered held
over until next meeting of the board.
Soldier's pension claim by Benja Benjamin
min Benjamin Brinson read and approved.
Petition by F. H. 1 Counts et al as
follows: We, the residents and free freeholders
holders freeholders of said county and state, liv living
ing living in the vicinity for which a public
road is now desired and petitioners
herein do respectfully ask and pray
that a public roadway be established
in said county and state to be made
and to extend from the Ocala and Pe Pedro
dro Pedro hard road to the Ocala and Belle Belle-view
view Belle-view hard road, running east and

west, and starting at the half section

sects with the Summerfield and Dal Dallas
las Dallas hard road east on the half section
Una of 29, 2S and 27, until it inter intersects
sects intersects with the present Summerfield
and Lake Weir road, a distance of
2 3-4 miles, was read,- and on motion
of Commissioner Davis, M. M. Proc Proctor.
tor. Proctor. Dr. T. IC Slaughter and Walter
Nichols were appointed commission commissioners,
ers, commissioners, with W. A. Moorhead as survey surveyor,
or, surveyor, to mark, view and lay out said
road and report as early as practicaL
All bills approved and audited were
ordered paid.
On motion the board adjourned un until
til until Tuesday after the first Monday in
November, unless sooner called by
the chairman.

OCAIiA mux CO.

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Transfer of furniture, trunks
baggage., Careful moving of

kinds. Two of the best teams.
Freight hauled qr shipped to any
place. Orders served at once, day or
night. Thos. Johnson, Manager,
residence 297 W. Second St., phone
No. 241. 10-18-6t

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

UNCLASSIFIED ADS
Lost, Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Needs,

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

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

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

WONDERFUL INVENTION Just
out. Agents coining money. Lights
the home brilliantly for one cent

line of sec 20, tp 16, s, r 22, east, onPer niht- Allen-Sparks Gas Light

the same intersects with the Pedro

and Ocala hard road, and runnins

thence easterly alons: the said half

section line or as near thereto as may

be deemed best through sections 20,
21 and 22, and part of 23, to where it
intersects the Ocala and Belleview
hard road, a distance nf about 3
miles, was read and on motion of
Commissioner Davis, S. U. Campbell,
C. P. Davi3 and R. L. Clyburn were
appointed commissioners with W. A.
Moorhead, county surveyor, to view,
mark and lay out said road as peti petitioned
tioned petitioned for and make report as early
as possible.
Petition by L. 3. Harper et al as
follows: We, tie undersigned citi citizens
zens citizens and land owners, respectfully
ask that your honorable body grant
us the following road: Continue the
present Pedro road where it inter-

FOR RENT A seven room house
in good condition with every modi
ern convenience, No. 411 South Wa Wa-tula
tula Wa-tula street. Apply to the Star of office.
fice. office. .. 1019-t!

FOR RENT A six-room cottage
at 509 Tuscawilla s.treet, across from
the primary school building. Apply
to Dr. R. D. Fuller at his office over
Munroe & Chambliss Bank. 10-6-tf

FAIL and

WINTER

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

FOR RENT Three nicely fur furnished
nished furnished rooms for light housekeep housekeeping;
ing; housekeeping; bath and lights. P. A. Durand,
614 E. Adams St. 30-13-tt

Samples

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TODD & CO
Tailors.
NO FIT-NO PAY.
Phone 167

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

FOR SALE 159 acres of good
land with 400 bushels of corn, two
mares, one cow and farming imple implements;
ments; implements; well improved; seven miles
southwest of Live Oak, Suwannee
count-. Also 556 acres of good land

! adjoining. Will sell at a bargain.

Apply or write to G. A. Howes, New New-burn,
burn, New-burn, Suwannee Co., Fla. 10-15-lm
FOR SALE Ten room house on
Fort King avenue. Geo. R. McKean,
Box 226, Tampa, Fla. 10-1 5-1 2t

WANTED Four room house with
well water. Address, "A," care Star
ofiice. 10-17-6t
FOR SALE Nice place on. coast
near Spencer's gulf home; launch
and row boat; house all furnished,
ready to be occupied; $600. See or
write P. A. Durand, Ocala. 10-17-t

ROOMS FOR RENT 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

FOR SALE 6-horsepower boiler
and 5-horsepower engine in good
condition; suitable for wood will or
small factory. May be seen in Ocala Ocala-Address
Address Ocala-Address P. O. box 93, Ocala, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. 10-20-6t

WE WANT A GOOD AGENT In
Ocala and vicinity. A hustler can
make good money representing the
oldest and most modern monumental
works in Florida. Write us for our
most attractive proposition. The
Clark Monument Co.', Jacksonville.
Fla. 10-15-4teod



EIGHT

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A PERSON
OF SOME
IMPORTANCE

By
LLOYD 0SB0URNE
Copyright. 1911. by the Bobbs-Mcrrill
Company
it wasn't tne best society, nowever
There was an upper crust still, to
which the Cleghorns. the Randalls, the
Russells aud the Bucks were as houris
outside the gates. In this higher realm
were the Marsha Us. the old general
and his daughter, who rode thorough thoroughbred
bred thoroughbred horses and lived within a vast
park: the Derwents. owners of the
shoe factories; the Bells, and others others-an
an others-an aristocracy of wealth and compact compactly
ly compactly exclusive. The old general had been
American minister to half the courts
of Europe and was described as very
"grand."
Matt enjoyed the homespun gayeties
to which he was now so often invited
the candy pullings. the parties where
they played games, the jolly sleighing
rides and suppers. They offered him
a more enlivening companionship than
he found in the boarding house, which
in contrast grew drearier every day
till its fly specked walls took on the
aspect of a morgue. But money was
ebbing fast, and the arrival of spring
and Dagganeourt's lengthening face
all hastened his resolution to leave
Manaswan and pay a flying visit to
Kentucky to spy out the land. The
mules were calling, and it was time
for dreams to become realities! Dag Dag-gancourt
gancourt Dag-gancourt would have bought a pair
In Manaswan. loaded their joint ef effects
fects effects on a wagon and started off. But
Matt was not such a burner of bridges.
He would prudently inspect mule ter territory
ritory territory and mule conditions and then
return with well formulated mule
plansT
While nerving himself to depart and
putting it off from day to day on one
excuse or another, he wrote to Snood
& Hargreaves. the San Francisco
jewelers, saying that he had made up
his mind to part with the ring and
requesting them to remit him the $4. $4.-500
500 $4.-500 by express, deducting whatever In Interest
terest Interest had accrued. It was not with without
out without a pang that he dropped this letter
into the box. It marked the knell of
those easy going days at Mrs. Sat
tane's. It had now to be mules in ear
nest, with hard work and frugal living
and evening clothes put away perhaps
forever.
He spun out his farewell calls, dilly dillydallied,
dallied, dillydallied, held back all he could, but
at last the inexorable morning arrived
Daggancourt was there in an automo
bile. Matt's suit case, packed bursting,
stood ready on the porch, together with
a large brown paper package of the
overflow. His pockets bulged with
hard boiled eggs and sandwiches, and
never was a man move apparently des destined
tined destined for instant departure when the
telephone bell suddenly rang and Brid Bridget
get Bridget came rushing out to say that Mr
Doty wanted Mr. Broughton on the
wire.
At the moment it seemed an Intol Intolerable
erable Intolerable Infliction. Mr. Doty was a
clergyman, a mild creature of an anx anxious
ious anxious cordiality, whose acquaintance
with Matt was of the slightest Matt
took up the receiver with the lnten
tion of making sbort work of the rev reverend
erend reverend srentleman. nn intention empba
sized by the fmiiK or i0tors uoru. im imperiously
periously imperiously bidding him to hurry.
"Hello." he said.
"Oh. Mr. Broughton." returned
Doty, "this is just to remind you of
our church social tomorrow night,
tickets 2T cents, including hat check,
and to say 1 simply cannot take a re refusal.
fusal. refusal. Please tell me that you will
come."
"Comer cried Matt. "Why. I'm leav
ing this minute for Kentucky f"
"Put It oft, then." protested Doty
"1 have a special reason a very spe
cinl reason for wishing yon to come
Indeed. I must make my ropiest im
perative. Oh. Mr. Brought. m. refuse
me if you like, but do nt say no to
one of the sweetest and mst gracious
of our young patricians."
"Can't help it." exclaimed Matt
curtly. "Sorry to disappoint you, but
really"
"Mayn't I try to persuade you. Mr
Broughton?" said a new voice in bis
ear a girlish voice with the indescrib indescribable
able indescribable cadence of good breeding. "I've
been .counting so much on meeting you

tomorrow nigttt in racu. r oniy agreea
to come for that reason.
Matt's own tone softened.
"Do tell me who you are." he asked.
"I oughtn't even to wait for that, but
I'm too flattered not to."
"I'm Miss Marshall." she replied.
"General Marshall's daughter, you
know or I suppose you don't know,
though"
"Miss Marshall!" cried Matt, dazzled
at the name "I had no idea I was
talking tnTamrels unawares Of course
I know yon. In a fa ruff, cat looking at
king sort of way. Who doesn't?"
"I know you better than that. she
returned gayly. "Let me c-oxnt yes.
It's five times I've seen you. and once
I was so close to you in the music
store that I might have touched yon. I
am sorry I didn't now hold out my
band. I mean but it's a world where
people are too easily misunderstood,
isn't it? And here we are. like ships
that pass In the night with you go going
ing going to Kentucky. Must you really go
to Kentucky, Mr. Broughton?"
"I'm afraid 1 have to."
"Does that mean you've found Mana Manaswan
swan Manaswan horribly dull? But of course it
does. Peopie only stay here who have
to like barnacles on a rock."
"1 don't know. I've liked it well
enough." stammered Matt, "though

pyou make roe ashamed to admit It 1
think I'm sorry to leave the old place,
specially now."
"That settles it. Mr. Broughton. Yom
simply must come!" exclaimed the
young lady. "Please tell me that you
will!"
Matt listened eagerly as she laughed
again and then struck his flag. The
sound of his voire startled him with
its earnestness.
"Certainly, if you wi ll it." he said
"It's too char in in;.' ;.; hivi:-::o:i from
too charming a p-r':. ; tne to re refuse."
fuse." refuse." Apparently Miss .l;:rs!i.tll v:-s a lit little
tle little taken aback. There st-emed a
shade less cordiality in lu-r tone as she
replied. "Ob, if you would mu-h rather
not you know'T-if it's inconvenient or
anything please don't let me put you
out"
"Ob, but I'd love to come. Really
and truly I would."
With an even more ambiguous: "Oh.
thanks! Then we will expect you.
Goodby!" the phone was closed.
Poor Daggancourt was terribly cast
down at the news and expostulated
tremblingly, with tears in his eyes. He
was so humble, so quaveringly re restrained,
strained, restrained, that his reproaches were
harder to bear than if they had been
more outspoken. Mrs. Sattane and the
others were merely surprised, very
much surprised indeed, and listened
with the greediest of ears and the
most evident Incredulity to the tale of
a forgotten promise to Mr. Doty.
An unreasoning elation possessed
Matt He was eager to be alone with
himself and dream, for had not a love lovely
ly lovely queen stooped to notice him and
thrown him a flower?
Never was a Saturday night more
slow of arrival, yet when at last Matt
stood at the entrance of the church
and heard the babel of voices within
he was stricken u-ith a sort of terror.
He entered guiltily and once inside
had a fresh spasm of dismay to,fiud he
was apparently the only man there In
evening dress. The place was crowd crowded
ed crowded and hot and noisy and disconcert disconcerting;
ing; disconcerting; committeemen with rosettes grab grabbed
bed grabbed Iiis hand and welcomed him as
"brother;" excited young ladies sur surrounded
rounded surrounded him. holding up objects for
sale and overwhelming him with
saucy pleasantries: little girls, with
immense bows in their hair, tried to
drag him toward the booths, of which
there was a row on either side of the
church, forming a sort of street or
promenade between.
Over all. here. there and every everywhere,
where, everywhere, was Mr. Doty, feverishly cor cordial,
dial, cordial, perspiringlyj gay. gimleting his
way through the crush to make sure
that every one was having "a good
time."
It was all very kindly and simple
and good nat tired and genuine, and
had it not been for a devouring sus suspense,
pense, suspense, and a restlessness that kept
Matt ever on the alrt. be would have
entered into the affair with his usual
amiability. But at the moment it was
maddening. He had to laugh and
chatter; to eat things he didn't want
to eat: to buy things he didn't want to
buy: to be hilarious when arrested by
the comic policeman infliction after
infliction to one whose heart was in a
tumult, and whose eyes were ever on
the watch.
(Continued Tomorrow)
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bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery,
ready for immediate use when any
member of the family contracts, a
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KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Loage No. 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
Odd Fellows meet Tuesday night.

COTTON PLANT

Cotton Plant, Oct. 23. Your cor correspondent
respondent correspondent attended the Blitchton
road working last Thursday with a
basket to serve the workers on the
road, and had a most delightful
time. The ladies certainly did their
share and deserve some of the credit
for the success that attended the
movement. Those from a distance
whom this scribe met were Mr. J.
W. Crosby of Citra, and J. M. and
Cedric Smith of Wacahoota long
ways to come to work a road.
Messrs. W. E. Veal and A. S. Har Har-roun,
roun, Har-roun, of Istachatta, motored up here
last Saturday night, attended Sun Sunday
day Sunday school Sunday morning and re returned
turned returned home that afternoon, accom accompanied
panied accompanied by Mrs. W. E. Veal and son,
Jack, who had been spending two or
three weeks up here.
We are glad to have Mr. Oscar
Proctor, who was once a resident of
York, return there, as he has again
become a member of St. Johns Sun Sunday
day Sunday school.
Mr. H. W. Long and Mrs. Henry
Bates, of Martel, were visitors in
Cotton Plant last Tuesday.
Mr. A. W. Woodward returned
last week from an inspection tour In
south Florida, and concludes that
Marion county is good enough for
him.
Miss Cash, the efficient teacher of
the Cotton Plant school, visited in
Ocala Satprday and Sunday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. She was missed at Sunday
school Sunday.
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FOR SALE
Two hundred and sixty-seven
acres, one half mile from Santos on
S. A. L. Railroad, all under fence;
two hundred acres under cultiva-i
tion; house 40x40; barn 15x20; fif fifteen
teen fifteen acres pine timber; ten acres
hard wood; well watered; price,
$5,000.
Also one hundred and seventy seventy-four
four seventy-four acres southeast of Ocala; five
outbuildings; barn 32x40; six-room
dwelling house in good repair; eight
room stone house in course of con construction
struction construction with all material on the
ground.
Also two small farms of eighty
and fifty-four acres respectively, un unimproved.
improved. unimproved. See H. A. Kramer, or owner, A.
A. Mathews, Ocala, Fla. 10-1-tf
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Florida Seed Rye, per bushel $3.
Florida 90 Day Oats, per bu. $1.
S. C. Rust Proof Oats, bushel $1.
10-1-tf
WOMEN WHO GET DIZZY
Every woman who is troubled
with dizzy spells, backache, head headache,
ache, headache, weakness, debility, constipa constipation
tion constipation or kindey troubles should use
Electric Bitters. They give relief
when nothing else will, improve the
health, adding strength and vigor
from the first dose. ( Mrs. Laura
Gaines, of Avoca, La., says: "Four
loctors had given me up and my
children and all my friends were
looking for me to die, when my son
insisted that I use Electric Bitters.
I did so, and they have done me a
world of good." Just try them. 50c
and $1 at all druggists or by mail.
H. E. Bucklen & Co., Philadelphia
or St. Louis. Ad
Fresh oysters daily, "any style."
Merchant's Cafe, J. R. Dewey. 10-3-tf
The Hart, Schalfner & 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
MANUSCRIPT COVERS
An elegant line of lasers' manj manj-script
script manj-script covers, in any color that could
be desired, just received at the Star
office.
Virtue.
Virtue is a device for making death
less horrible. Virtue is the will with without
out without the deed. Virtue is its own pun punishment.
ishment. punishment. Smart Set
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that the un undersigned
dersigned undersigned sruardian will apply to the
Honorable V. K. Smith, judse of the
countv judge's court of Marion county,
Florida, at hi. office in Ocala, Florida,
I on the
istb day of ovember, 1013,
at 10 o'clock a. m.. for an order author-
! izing the private sale of the reversion-
iary interest ot kiizaoetn k. uauoway.
a minor, in the following described
lands, to-wit:
1. A tract of land in Candler. Marion
county. Florida, abutting Garden of
Eden Lake, formerly owned by Mr.
Shultz. containing 10-22 100 acres.
2. Lot 1 of Davis addition to the
town of Candler. Florida, according to
plat by E. V. Kent and filed n the of office
fice office of the clerk of the circuit court for
Marion county. Florida, containing by
estlmation 5-6 100 acres
Elizabeth A. Galloway,
Onprdian for Elizabeth E. Galloway.
Sat. dly 10-18 5t

Soda crackers are more nu nutritive
tritive nutritive than any other flour
food. Uneeda Biscuit are
the perfect soda crackers.
Though the cost is but five
cents, Uneeda Biscuit are
too good, too nourishing, tod
crisp, to be bought merely
as an economy.
Bay them because of their fresh freshness
ness freshness because of their crispness
because of their goodness because
of their nourishment.
Always 5 cents. Always fresh,
crisp, and clean.
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY

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

I

H. JJo MdliMs,

Phone 356
i

omrofoKft Lodge

The rest room which the Ocali merchants maintain for the use
of our out of town visitors who are in the city for a few hours
with nthing to do is located on the corner of Fort King avenue
and South Main street, opposite the Theus-Zachry furniture
store. The ladies especially xil find Comfort Lodge a convenient
place to rest during the day's shopping. The conveniences we, are
able to offer at Comfort Lodge are free and you are invited to
take advantage of them.
JUNIOR CIVIC LEAGUE.

HOTEL CHURClrinLL
Broadway and 14th street. Union Square.
NEW YORK.

Clean, Comfortable, Convenient and
Home Like Hotel, on the Amer American
ican American and European Plans.
CHURCHILL
9-5-2m

CMA aid

msm

Will Piy Big Regard for Appro
hension of Mrs. Wilson's
Assassin.

Two hundred an 1 fifty dollars re reward
ward reward Is offered by the county com commissioners
missioners commissioners of Marion county, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, for the party or parties who
murdered Mrs. P. T. Wilson, four
and a half miles north of Ocala, on
the morning of October 2nd, at 8
o'clock. Description of negro seen
coming away from the Wilson place
at that time: Black, rather stout
build, weight 140 to 150 pounds.
10-6-dw tf

OCALA, FLORIDA

American Plan, $2 per day and up.
European Plan, $1 per day and
up. Special Weekly" Rates.
& COMPANY.
black mustache, height about 5 feet
six to eight inches; wearing blue
jumper, light or gray colored hat,
about Xo, 7 shoe; going in easterly
direction from Wilson home. Com Communicate
municate Communicate all information to
J. P. Galloway,
Sheriff Marion County, Florida.
There will be further rewards for
the arrest of this man offered by the
city of Ocala and private individuals,
making the totaf1 rewards offered a
very substantial sum of money.