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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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THE

OCALA

NO

STAR.

VOL. 20.
OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER imu
NO. 131

MORALITY WILL
BE THE MOTIVE

OF

THE IMTKl) STATKS
DEALING WITH LATIX
AMEHICA

IN

part in assisting in that emancipa emancipation."
tion." emancipation." "In the future" he continued, "the

nations to the south of us will draw j
closer and closer to us because of
those circumstances of which I am ;
speaking. We must prove ourselves'
their friends and champions on!
terms of equality and honor. We'
can't make fast friends on any other a"'c

terms than those of equality.
"And we must show ourselves
friends by comprehending their in-

terests whether they square with ourj
interests or not. It is a very peril-;

ous thing to determine a

FRANC

E

OUR

GOOD FRIEND

i
J the wagon would not stand the load
i of approximately 13,000 pounds,
'lost his bet, as it stood the test

easily. Mr. Cullen is one of the;

j leading farmers in the county, and

makes a big crop of cotton. He is1
very proud of his feat of hauling

heavy loads and prouder still of the 1

FRIDAY NOVEMBER

TWENTY-FIRST

Fertilizer Company of Boston, Mass.,
is worthless. His judgment is en endorsed
dorsed endorsed by Prof. P. H. Rolfs, direc director
tor director of the agricultural experiment
station, so our farmers had best let
it alone.

e.men Tbink America V THK GOVEKXOnJ )0))
Have a Free Hand in TO BE STATK HOAD

State

Should

Dealing with Mexican
Government

Washington, Oct. 28. According

foreign to official advices received here, the

policy in terms of material interests. European powers at Paris was pre pre-It
It pre-It is indeed a degrading thing. : paratory to showing the United Stat-
"The development of constitution- es that action in Mexico hitherto by
al liberty and world human rights. various foreign governments was
the maintenance of national inte-'not intended as an evidence of an angrily
grily angrily as against material interests J friendly feelings.
that is out creed. 1 want to take'; ft is believed the movement to to-this
this to-this occasion to say, too, that the ward showing this country concert-

PATRIOTIC

M HITS

Tl

OF THE PRESIDENT

WORK DAY

I On VI

Is Thinking of His Presidential Du

ties and Xot of a Future
Fleet ion

Washington, Oct. 2S. Political

lich All Abie-Bodied Men are

Urged to Turn Out and Join in
H ighwar I inprovement
State of Florida, Executive Depart Department,
ment, Department, by the Governor A Proc Proclamation
lamation Proclamation :
Whereas, the construction of good
roads is essentially a practical prob problem;
lem; problem; and the value of good roads is

shared, directly or indirectly, by all

United States will not again seek tojed friendliness was instituted by the f Washington is gossiping about jthe people of everv localitv and

be "morality, and not expediency."
"I want to take this occasion to
say," he declared, "that the UniteJ
States will not again seek to secure
one 'additional foot of territory by
conquest."
The president delivered a veiled
attack on what he termed "the ma material
terial material interests" that had influenced
the foreign policy of some govern governments
ments governments in their relations with the na nations
tions nations of Latin-America.
Though Mr. Wilson did not men mention
tion mention Mexico as the afflicted country,
he devoted his entire speech to a
description of degrading influences
which foreign concessionaries had
had .upon the internal affairs ot
some of the Latin-American coun

tries

President Wilson at Mobile Declares
the Nation Shall Follow an
Altruistic Policy
Mobile, Ala., Oct. 28. President
Wilson, in a speech at the seventh
annual convention of the Southern
Commercial Congress here yesterday,
announced the the world that the
governing motive of the United
States in its relationship, with the

cniintru of this honiknhprp wnn fl fecure one aaamonai loot ot tern-; r renen go emmem. i ne outcome president. Wilson's snoprh at Pnn.

. c 1 : 1 : 1

xory oy conquest. "i me uijuoiuuhc- puiu? aaoss. ; gress Hall, Philadelphia, when he
"It will devote itself to showingjthe ocean depends, it is understood, I declared:
an honest and fruitful use of the 'whether or not the Washington gov-J "if you think too much about be be-territory
territory be-territory she has, and she must re- ernment will issue the already pre-ling re-elected, it is very difficult to
gard it as one of the duties of friend- pared note defining its views that in- De worth re-electing."
ship to see that from no quarter are terference by foreign governments, jt was the first utterance that has

luaLciiai iincicais muc M'cuui iu "".uu LU u glven anv intimation ot wiiat tne;0niy the commercial but also the so-
human liberty and national comity. Mexico is not desired. I President's thoughts were about a cial and the educational life of the
"I say this merely to fix what ourj Many people conversant with the second term. Prominent democrats, respective communities to every
real relationship should be. It is a 'situation predicted that the United however, familiar with the Presi-i cenion of the state whioh will nut

relationship of a family of mankind States already had reason to feel dent's point of view, declared that mrth emntnt t0rmin,tin oftt

devoted to the relations from which, that Europe was preparing to mani-;he was not giving the slightest con-!and siU to build suitable' good
human liberty springs. We have fest a spirit of co-operation and that Cern to anything but the four years roads ;and,
seen material interests threaten con- the issuance of the proclamation anead that he was intent on doing1, Whereas' The citizenship of Flor Flor-stitutional
stitutional Flor-stitutional liberty in America so we; might offend the sensibilities of ( what he thought was best and leav-'i:Ja is 'as progressive and resource resource-know
know resource-know how to sympathize. .those nations, which, up to the pres- ing the judgment of his administra- fui as is to be found anywhere in the
"I would rather belong to a poor ent, had refrained from embarras- tion to the country when it was worid and is in this age manifesting
nation that is free than a rich nation ing the United States in any way. 'ended 1
i enuea. an increasing tendency to keep in the

wnicn nas ceaseu to love ireeaom.j x-resiueui wuson. inougn aoseiu "j don t care a continental about

Whereas. One of the greatest
needs of practically every county in
Florida is a well devised and well
constructed system of durable rural
highways and it is clear that the se securing
curing securing of same would provide an in inestimable
estimable inestimable blessing affecting not

'Morality and not expediency is the from Washington, constantly was a second term," the President

With the Mexican situation upper-! thing that must guide us and we kept advised of the situation

fore-front of all enlightened move-

is ments looking to the betterment of

most in the president's mind at this
time, his address was interpreted as
an arraignment of those financial in influences
fluences influences which it had been charged
have secured in some cases recogni recognition
tion recognition of the Huerta government.
The president declared that it
would be the duty of the United
States to assist the nations of this
hemisphere in an "emancipation"
from "the material interests of
other nations" so that they might
enjoy constitutional liberty unre unrestrained.
strained. unrestrained. The president spoke ex extemporaneously.
temporaneously. extemporaneously. Common Ties Hind Us to Latin Latin-America
America Latin-America "I came," he said, "not to speak
for the South, because the South has
the gift, of speaking for herself. I
came here because I would speak of
our present and prospective rela relations
tions relations with our, neighbors to the
South. The future is going to be
very different for this hemisphere
from the past. Those states lying to
the south which have always been
our neighbors will be drawn closer
to each other by common ties of un understanding.
derstanding. understanding. Interests do not tie

nations together, it sometimes sep separates
arates separates them. But sympathy and un understanding
derstanding understanding do bind them together.
"You hear of concessions to for foreign
eign foreign capital in Latin-America, but
you do not hear of concessions to
foreign capital in the United States.
They are not granted concessions.
They are invited to make invest investments.
ments. investments. It is an invitation, not a
privilege.
The Kvil of "Concessions"
i
"And states that are obliged to
grant concessions are in the condi condition
tion condition that foreign interests are apt tc

dominate their domestic affairs. Such
a condition of affairs is apt to be become
come become intolerable. And it is emanci emancipation
pation emancipation from this inevitable subordi subordination
nation subordination which we deem it our duty tc
assist In.
"Their self-respect, their achieve achievements
ments achievements in spite of the difficulties, de deserve
serve deserve nothing but the admiration
and applause of the world.
"I rejoice in nothing so much
that they will be emancipated and
we ought to be the first in taking

must never condone iniquity."

(quoted by some of his friends as the masses of the people; and,

TEXAS CAII TRAVEL

Super-Dreadnaught Proves
to he a Speedy Ship

i a a. . a a

jwnat me next step in trie American having gaid not long ag0. .. have Whereagf The most effective wav
j policy will be has not yet been de- been elected to one job and I must to secure desired results is to pro pro-jtermined.
jtermined. pro-jtermined. It is believed. a course of first do that well. ceed in the most direct way to
; action will be framed on the out-. Tne President's Philadelphia achieve them
jcome of the election and the inci- Si,eech in many quarters was inter-. Xow therefore, I, Park Trammell,

GentS Of election daj nrofail nc m ninor tViat mam- '.unn1a c i c tti i

. ,.. " iiL, governor 01 uie siaie ui r iuriua,
. Move is Looked For wno had come to Washington "to mindful of the urgent need of the
Herself1 Should the election fail to result ask for thingSi" as he phrased it, ,ieople of all parts of this state for

, in a cnoice anu point lowaru nueria emicrht tn $Hv the inmrosslnn that j v,t i
1 souni to gie tne impression mat improved public roads within sev-
being continued in power, some on the rantin- of their reouests de- i tw, m u

, ci ai vuuuuco auu vviiucv.l luc o w

Rochland, Me., Oct. 28. The offl-jmove on the part of Europe in sup- 1)ended the political welfare of the
cial standardization trials of the port of the American demand for the administration.

superdreadnaught Texas were com-; elimination of Huerta from the situ situ-pleted
pleted situ-pleted yesterday with results entire- ation is looked for. 1
ly satisfactory to the builders and j The capture of Monterey by the
the government officials. The fastest Constitutionalists and the progress
run over the mile course was made being made by them toward estab estab-at
at estab-at the rate of 22.25 knots, exceeding lishing a provisional government, is

"It is constantly necessary," said
the President at Philadelphia, "to
renew one's contacts with the peo people
ple people who do not swarm there, who do
not ask for anything and who trust
you to do your duty without their

by more than one and a quarter being closely watched here. Efforts personal counsel."

knots the speed required by the contract.

to obtain the support of the United Discussing the President's speech

States for the Constitutionalist's

cause are also increasing.

eral sections of the state, do hereby
' designate and proclaim.
I Friday, November 21, 113

as state road work day; and I very

earnestly urge all able-bodied men
of every locality in this state to set

aside their usual occupations upon

i the said date and join with their

neighbors in an intelligent, whole whole-souled
souled whole-souled practical effort to repair their
1 present roads and to inaugurate for
the future the building in their re respective
spective respective localities of substantial and
1 durable public roadways, thus fol fol-!
! fol-! lowing an example which has al al-j
j al-j ready been started in one or two oi
the states attended by results of the
most valuable character; and thut
placing Florida well in the lead -in

! this section of the nation in advanc advanc-Levon,
Levon, advanc-Levon, Oct. 27. Mr. W. J. Frink ; ing the movement for obtaining a

ixty or ninety days when the ship'len, a large planter living about ten 'spent Sunday in Ocala, the guest of ; thorough system of good roads one

! of the most pressing

To Oral a from Seaboard Air Line

Points During the Marion
County Fair

OLD TARS OF THE OKIXJOX

CULLEX'S

Ask

to Tread the Decks of Their

Famous Ship Ajiain

San Francisco. Cal., Oct. 28. Fif-
former members of the crew ol j

PECOIiD-DIiEAlvIXC;
LOAD OF COTTOX

a cabinet member today declared it
was a typical utterance of Mr. Wil Wilson's
son's Wilson's that the President 'had a
"single track mind" and was think thinking
ing thinking only of the work before him and
its accomplishment and not of the

(Jeorjiia Farmer Piled Thirty Dales political future,
on One Wagon J

Dublin, Ga., Oct. 2 8. Thirty

ty

the old battleship Oregon have peti-j

tioned the secretary of the navy for bales of cotton were brought here on

permission to enlist for a period of one wagon yesterday by George Lui

s

is sent throush the Panama canal in 'miles from Dublin. The load was.Jlr

LUVOX

E. P. Rentz.

needs of the

steel! Mr. Rufus Perry, of Pedro, was j American people of this day.

ll)i: T. .hauled from his farm on

These men live in and around this i frame, rollerbearing wagon with a an ean-v -onaay morning visitor, it ,i3 urged that the newspapers ol
city and all are desirous of again team of nine mules, and the prime and while here stated that he would the state? the county and city offi offi-treading
treading offi-treading the decks of the warship on cause of his bringing so much at one,,)e3in grinding cane soon. j cials and the people of Florida gen-
which they made a forced run from time was a wager with the man who j Mr- Nathan Mayo, of Summer-; erauy take this matter up with zeal
1 r- n s-i c- f -5. Af Anlot t - .

the Pacific to the Atlantic in 1S98. ; sold him the wagon as to its ability ; wani f;ana enthusiasm anu tnereoy cause

Dr. T. K. Slaughter and Mr. Tyra the first ?tate road work day to be

11 Kill HONOR FOR HOHSOX
Elected a Life Menrber of
World's W. C. T. U.

to carry the load.
The load of cotton

attracted a

Perry visited Ocala Tuesday.
Mr. A. 1). Mitchell, of Summer-

the

great deal of attention, and was Car

rie:! to one of the local warehouses. field- was a business visitor Thurs

; where a photograph of it was made!av

an- !Of

!and then it was auctioned off on the

Xew York, Oct. 28. Representa- wagon to the highest bidder. Itj

tive Richmond Pearson Hobson of brought 14 cents all round, the

Alabama, who introduced a resolu- proximate value of the load being
tion in Congress to prohibit through- $2,100.
out the United States the sale of al-j This is the second heavy load of
coholic liquors, has been elected a cotton that Mr. Cullen has brought
life member of the World's Woman's to Dublin in recent years. The first
Christian Temperance Union at its time several years ago he brought
convention here. Uwentv-five bales and this was a

Messrs. M. J. Roess and E. P.

Rentz of Ocala and Dr. H. A. Reaves

Inverness, were visitors Thurs-

! day.

much more

Uncomfortable, tired feet were than the thirty bales this time, ow ow-never
never ow-never known to be in the same ing to the better condition of the
shoes with Rexall Foot Powder. 25 roads and the specially constructed
cents at Gerig's Drug Stores. 10-25 wagon. The man who wagered that

Mrs. J. J. Waters, we are sorry to
report, is very sick with fever.
Miss Edna Perry, of Pedro, is
with her sister, Mr. Waters, during
her illness.
Mrs. C. L. Gaulding and two

and little
Saturday

observed in Florida to be one of
: such success that future efforts in
ithis direction will be universally

welcomed and universally supported
In witness whereof. I have here hereunto
unto hereunto set my hand and caused to be
affixed the great seal of the state of

! Florida, at Tallahassee, the capital.

this the 2 7th day of October, A. D.
19 Park Trammell, Governor.
By the Governor, Attest:
H. Clay Crawford, Sec'y of State.

Seaboard Air Line Passenger Dept.
Norfolk, Va., Oct. 27, 1913.
Marion County Fair, Ocala, Novem November
ber November 23-28.
To ticket agents at all points named
below:
On account of the above occasion
you will sell round trip tickets to
Ocala, at fares and under conditions
quoted below:
Hates

Apopka

Baldwin
Bushnell
Campville
Citra
Coleman
Dade City
Dallas
Eldorado
Fairvilla
Gainesville
Hampton
Hawthorne
Highland
Island Grove
Lacoochee
Lawtey
Leesburg
Lochloosa
Lockhart
Maxville
Orange Heights
Orlando
Orange Home
Oxford
Panasoffkee
Plant City 1
Plymouth
Starke
St. Catherine
Summerfield
Tavares
Terrell
Waldo
Whitney
Wild wood

Zellwood
Zephyrhills

Fares for Children 1
Tickets for the transportation of
children five years of age and under
twelve, may be sold at one-half the
above fare.
Dates of Sale
For all trains scheduled to stop
at stations mentioned above on Nov.
IT, to 28, inclusive, 1913.
Limits
Continuous passage in each direc direction,
tion, direction, final limit to reach original
starting point Nov. 29, 1913, prior
to midnight of which date return
trip must be completed.
Form of Ticket
Use round-trip Lomax form of
ticket. Endorse all tickets "MCF."
HaKgage
Usual allowance will govern.
Charles B. Ryan,
Gen. Passenger Agt.

G. Z. Phillips, A. G. P. A..
Jacksonville, Fla.
John Boisseau, City Ticket Agent.

$2.25
1.50
1.50
1.35
.80
1.20
2.05
.80
1.50
2.55
1.45
1.80
1.15
2.30
.SO
1.90
2.25
1.25
1.00
2.45
2.50
1.45
2.65
1.10.
8
2.15 -1.95
1.60
.80-1.60-1.45
1.45
2.05.
2.40,

difficult undertaking! daughters, -Miss Thelma

visited Ocala

Gladys,
evening.

Try a Star Want Ad. It PAYS

M I XEUAL FEIiTI LIZEK
IS OF NO MEISIT
Capt. R. E. Rose, state chemist,
says the so-called "new mineral fer fertilizer,"
tilizer," fertilizer," made by the Xew Mineral

CHAPTER XO. 13. It. A. M.

T.egulir convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday in every month at
1:30 p. m. C. B. Connor, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad

Tuey are worth looking at even if
you don't buy those nobby Hawes
and John b7 Stetson hats at Water Waterman's
man's Waterman's haberdashery. 9-22-tf

t kT i rt'2 i i5rV3r- v2f?

MOURE ENGRAVED BRACELETS
Never before have bracelets been produced equal to these in richness of finish and
perfection of design. Engraved by the manufacturers 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 REPAIRED

IbdDMHiai

Why Pay More?
OCALA, FLORIDA

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THE OCA LA EVENING STAR. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28. 1913
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OCALA OCCURRENCES

Herman Fatio. colored, went mto;

the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore aboa:

&ttKZl S o'clock last evening, to make a

jmrcha.se, and not being suited made
BAND CONCERT NOV. 7 some impudent remarks to Mr.
'Claude Hickel, the clerk who was
The paid concert to be given by endeavoring to wait on him.
the band at the Temple Theater will? Mr. I Jic-kel told the negro to
be Friday evening, Nov. 7. It is go- ; leave, whereupon Fatio "reached
ing to be something extra excellent, ; back" like he was going to draw a
and all music lovers should attend. : pistol. Mr. Hickel had no weapon,

Watch the Star for the program. but he promptly pasted the belliger-

jent coon with a handy bottle.
Mr. E. T. Helvenston says that he This brought on an argument.

Odd Fellows meet tonight.
Elks meet this evening.
Moose meet Thursday night.
Fresh oysters daily, "any style."
3Ierchant's Cafe. J. R. Dewey.l0-3-tf

MAKE YOUR PLANS TO ATTEND
the ;

MM

(Com

The Star regrets to hear of the
illness of Mr. C. P. Howell.

ally far

Mr. J. A. LaRue of Fort McCoy (business asairs demand nis attention

was in town today. j too closely for him to spare the con

siderable amount of time official

i

W. E. Allen, one of the lead- W

m m i

ing citizens of Mcintosh, was in J

town today,

te shapes and shades in

men's fall hats are' just in at Water-

Get yours now. 9-22-tf

man's.

mt. I. u. Lancaster, jr., one

the clever oing men in the Munroe

& ChamblissBank, is home from

pleasant triifc-ffiru Georgia.

73

will not stand for re-election as al- conducted with such portable mer mer-derman
derman mer-derman from the third ward. His j chandise of the drugstore as was

convenient. It became too hot for
Fatio, who turned to flee, and as he
did so received a jolt in the back of

uty demands. Mr. Helvenston has

erved for four years and has made

a careful, painstaking official. He
has made some mistakes, of course,
but deserves the thanks of his con constituents
stituents constituents for the large amount of
time and trouble he has given to
their affairs without any pay.

TO BE HELD AT OCALA

TV 1

nT 7TbTTTm mmvTTo

lWWV&MUUIAWl

r i

4-it-i rre"""one that you are

rafter, ran be had at the Court Phar Phar-.macy.
.macy. Phar-.macy. 10-1 0-tf

At the meeting of the K. of P.
last night, Mr. L. B. Brock was ad admitted
mitted admitted to the third rank, and was in instructed
structed instructed in the full duties of knight knighthood.
hood. knighthood. A committee was appointed
to buy new furniture for the lodge.
A number of Reddick brethren came
in from their pretty town to attend
the meeting.

A, white man named Tom Smith
was arrested in Dunnellon by Dep Deputy
uty Deputy S. C. M. Thomas yesterday and
brought to Ocala. He was caught
with the goods on, and Judge Smith
gave him his option between a $200
fine and six months on the roads.
The blind tiger business is not what
it used to was.

You should discard that straw hat.
See Waterman for the latest soft
.hats and derbies. 9-2 2-tf

A big bunch of fine bananas grown
Dy Mr. Charles Schneider on ,the
Golden Acre place is on exhibition
at the Postoffice Drugstore. Mr.
Schneider had several bunches of
this delicious fruit this year.

Rexall Liver Salts will relieve any
liver ailment and the loss of
strength and the other ailments
caused by it or money back. 25c.
and oOc. at Gerig's Drug Stores. 10-25

There will be a lively race for the
office of alderman in the second
ward. Mr. John Taylor, who has
ably represented the ward for four
years, at the request of his friends
will stand for re-election, and Mr.
Emmett Robinson's friends have in induced
duced induced him also to make the race.
These are two clever and popular
young men, and it isn't a cinch to
bet on the success of either.

The Hart, Schaffner & Marx ready
to wear clothing need no introduc introduction
tion introduction in Ocala. Waterman is exclus exclusive
ive exclusive agent for this superior line. 9-22

The Ocala Rifles were out drilling
on the public square last night. The
company made an excellent showing.

Mr. D. A. Clark and family expect
to leave Hendersonville, X. C, today
for their home at Martel. Mr. Clark
w rites to tell the Star that he will
have a specially-bred, fine pedi pedi-igreed.
igreed. pedi-igreed. long-tongued dog ready for
the time the suffragettes compel the
men to wash the dishes.

GARDEXGLO, 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 Phar-macv.
macv. Phar-macv. 10-10 tf.

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 30,0 00 people every day. Drop
in for a few minutes and make your yourself
self yourself at home. 10-21-Tt

Mr Foster B. Vary, well known
traveling man representing the
Southern Electric Co., Atlanta, is a
guest at the Ocala House.

his neck from a jar top that almost

knocked him down.

He recovered his feet, however, I

and began to use them to keep out
of the way of Policeman Koonce,

who was closing in on him. Fatio

started the other way, but was -headed
by City Clerk H. C. Sistrunk, who

was resting his auto by taking a lit little
tle little walk on foot.

With Sistrunk to the right of him
and Koonce to the left of him and

Hickel behind him, Fatio was in a

Balaklava of a fix. But he was wiser
than the Light Brigade, so he lit

out.

Messrs. Sistrunk and Koonce fol

lowed, and those who think Henry is

slow must, chanee their minds. He

ran like Claude L'Engle in the pri

mary. Mr. Koonce sprained onej
foot on the first lap, which happened)

to be the pavement at the Commer

cial Bank corner, so he was outdis

tanced.
But as to Fatio
"The nigger ran,
The nigger Hew,
The nigger tore
Himself in two."

And it took two people to see him

pass; ope to see him coming and one

to see him going.

Mr. Hickel was called into record

er's court this morning, but his con conduct
duct conduct was justifiable and he was dis

charged.

The worst feature of the fracas

was the breaking of two jars of line

fruit that Dr. Groves has had on ex-j

hibition for some time and' for

which he would not have taken con

siderable money.

Fatio is said to have gone to St

Augustine, and at his rate of travel

when last seen he must be there by

this time.

Arrangements are being rapidly completed
for the Biggest and Best Fair ever held in Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. Exhibitors of Live Stoc 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.

An important business change is
on tap and will probably be con consummated
summated consummated in a few days.

Mr. II. T. Adams of the Ocala
House will leave this afternoon far a
business trip to Atlanta and Balti Baltimore.

The shipments of ladies' white
buck and Russian tan 14-button

For information address:
C. C ARMICH AEL, D. S. WILLIAMS,
President Secretary
GEO. J. BLITCH,
Treasurer

OCA

A VERY LIBERAL OFFER

Messrs. .1. P. Phillips and W. T.
Gary of the Ocala Telephone Com Company
pany Company are two of our most public public-spirited
spirited public-spirited citizens and are always

in the forefront in an endeavor to

advance the public welfare. Their
latest and very original plan to aid
a worthy cause is to invite the la ladies
dies ladies of the city to call at the tele-

WOX'T liE KNOWN
PERHAPS FOR WEEKS

Z Phillios of Jacksonville, I boots which have been expected for

assistant general passenger agent oi

phone exchange on Friday, Oct. 3 1 1)rei)aired itg report for the u
between the hours of a. m. and flis,trict bv the end of the week.

Mr. V,

the Seaboard, was in the city last
night, conferring with the officials of
liis road here. He was a guest of, the
HarrUgton. The Seaboard is begin beginning
ning beginning to emulate the liberal policy of
some of the big western roads in
building up the territory its lines run
through.

r r some time has arrived at Little's

Shoe Parlor. Come and see them;
thev're beauties. 10-27-Ct

Fresh oysters daily, "any style."
Merchant's Cafe, J. R. Iewey.l0-3-tf

LAKE W EIU W. C. T. U

MRS. McMANUS,
Dress Maker,
1209 Orange Ave.

Mexico City, Oct. 28. There is no
indication as to what has been the
result of the elections. The hope is
held out that the "Ayuntameinto," a
body resembling in some small de

gree a board of aldermen, will have

federal

0. K. TEAPOT
BULLETIN
Self-Rising Buckwheat
Alaple Syrup
fancake Flour
Cranberries
Dill Tickles
Brick Codfish
Swiss Cheese
2t 'Mackerel
IXetttYhatel Cheese
Cream Cheese
l'imiento Cheese
Sunshine Sunshine-Chocolate
Chocolate Sunshine-Chocolate Hydros
Cheese Chips
Golden Flakes
, Tan-San
Cheese Straws
Philopena
Verinique
Champagne Wafers
Whole Wheat Wafers

0. K. TEA-POT
GROCERY
PHONES 10 and 174.
OCALA FLA.

The Lake Weir W. C. T. IT. met
at the usual hour Thursday Oct. 2:;,
at Weirsdale. The meeting was
opened with instrumental music by
Mrs. Rast and was followed by read reading
ing reading of the 124th Psalm and repeat repeating
ing repeating of the Lord's Prayer.

The roll was called and the min minutes
utes minutes of the previous meeting ap

proved. Then it was voted that
Miss Margaret Smoak, superintend superintendent
ent superintendent of Sunday school work have full
charae of the World's Temperance

Sunday program, and the bill for
program was presented and ordered
paid.

Mrs. Smoak gave her plans tor
the work for the year. Mrs. Simp

son gave Flower Mission ideas for

11)14. Mrs. Rast. as superintendent

of scientific instruction, gave her
plans for a coming reception.

After distribution of programs

the union adjourned for to weeks.

The W. C. T. C gave a. reception

at the Weirsdale church, Friday

evening, Oct. 24, for the teacher and

pupils of the Weirsdale school. The

following program was rendered:

Song, "America.

Scripture reading and invocation.

bv Rev. Logan.

Address, '"Temperance in Connec

tion with Public Schools." by Prof.
J. H. Brinson.

The program was much enjoyed
by all.
The teacher. Miss Cora Murry,
was then presented with a lovely
bouquet.
Refreshments, consisting of ice
cream and cake, were served, and all
who were present reported a fine
time.
Minnie D. Albertson, Press Supt.

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p. m.. to see tne new ;uiu up-iu-ucm.-plant
of the company, and how it is
handled under their efficient man management.
agement. management. And for every lady who
calls on that day during the hours
named the telephone company will
give the sum of ten cents to the
library association. A register of
the callers will be kept and this will

be turned over to the library along Chem. Bftrk Cough- gyrup
with the sum realized to be kept asl j reHeve ur coldor money

a SOUeiHI Ul miucm.. . V,il,1 onrl rnn-n.nns

From the experience of the last
presidential election, when the
means of communication were much
better and the country was more
nearly in a, state of peace, it is re

garded as unlikely that the results
throughout the country will be
learned for several weeks.

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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 it. We are the only dealers In this section of the
country that handle this brand of fence and have demonstrated In the
past that it is absolutely the.bst and strongest fence on the market,
and running it as we have in competition with many inferior grades
of wire fence. We have had ome phenomenal sales on it" and
made many friends and customers. Give us your orders, if the goods
don't make good we will. :
Knight 8t Lang

is up to the ladies to turn out in
numbers and help swell the fund for
this worthy purpose.

The special attention of the ladies
is called to those 14-button white
buck and Russian tan shoes at Lit

tle's Shoe Parlor. 10-2 -5t

Tastes good, too. Sold
Gerig's Drug Stores.

only at
10-25

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COXT1NTAXCK I OK THAW

Read "The Seminoles of Florida"

at The Murray Company. 10-23-3t

TBa2 GM
Who Knows
KNOWS

Rochester, X. H., Oct. 2S. Gov.
Felker yesterday granted the re request
quest request of Harry K. Thaw for a fur further
ther further continuance in the extradition
proceedings set for Nov. 4th, as the
final date on which his "attorneys
may file a supplementary brief bear bearing
ing bearing on the conspiracy indictment re returned
turned returned against their client by the
New York county grand jury.

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Moose meet Thursday evening.

Deliciou
Candies

A Guarantee in Every
Box.
We Have the Exclusive Agency in
Ocala
ALL SIZE PACKAGES
PRICES:

5c, 10c, 25c, 30c, 40c, 50c, 80c,

S?t.0O, 81.00 and S2.00

We prepare our Chocolate Syrup
from Huyler's Soda Cocoa. It has a

Richness. Smoothness, Tastiness not

equalled in other soda cocoas.

T. W. Troxlcr

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

On your wagon. Special
introductory offer to
one firm in a town.

Our line .of Express, Delivery, Furniture, Bakery and Dairy wagons at low
prices. Big saving. Best goods. Cheap labor, cheap timber and low freights
make our prices untouchable. We can make any wagon according to your own.
design. Write for catalogue quick and Price List A. f
The Rock Hill Buggy Company, Rock Hill, S. C.

NOTICE
To IJond Holders of the Marion
County Hospital Association
Six per cent, interest coupons due
November 1st, 19l:i, may be pre presented
sented presented at the Munroe & Chamhliss
Hank for payment on that date.
10-25-tf lien Rheinauer, Treas.

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY
CITY OF OCALA

Justifies Impatient Father.
Law Notes quotes the following from
the opinion of Justice Riddell of the
high court of justice, Ontario, in a
habeas corpus case over the custody
of a child: "And even if he did not
wish his sleep to be broken by a cry crying
ing crying infant, it is understood that this is
not without precedent in the tenderest
and most conscientious of fathers."

Try a Star Want Ad. It PAYS

1'IAXO TUNING

Mayor J. D. Robertson.
"Recorder L. T. Izlar.
Assistant Recorder Joseph EelL
Cotfncil B. A. Weathers, presi
lent: J. H. Taylor, president pro
tem; E.;C. Bennett, Baxter Carn, J.
W. Hood, E. T. Helvenston, G. A.
Carmichael, F. G. B. Weihe, C. M.
Livingston.
City Attorney C. L. Sistrunk.
City Clerk H. C. Sistrunk.
Treasurer and Tax Collector W.
W. Clyatt.
City Engineer J. R. Moorhead.
Superintendent Light Plant J. C.
Caldwell.
Superintendent Water Works J.
A. Campbell.
Marshal-rrA. J. Brigance.
Fire Chief H. S. Chambers.
Sanitary Inspector G. W. Cleve

land.
Street Commissioner R o b e r t
Marsh. :

Guaranteed piano tuner at my

store for a few days. Prof. S. B. Har- j

mon. A. M. Lansford. 10-27-29-1

! MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE

DR. W. K. LANE Spe ialist. Eye
Ear, Noe and Throat. OffieeLaw
Library Building. Ocala Adv.

Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. &
A. M. meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
C. E. Simmons, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad

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THE OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1913
THREfc
ELECTIOX OF OFFICERS
RELLEVIEW
Statement of the Condition of

IT!

The best place to hide money is where they Jiave
vaults for safely protecting it. Every week we see
newspaper accounts of people having been robbed.
Sugar-bowls, rag-bags, under the carpet, behind pic pictures
tures pictures and all of those other places where people con conceal
ceal conceal their money, are well-known to burglars. Hide
it in OUR BANK, then you know you can get it
when you want it.
DO YOUR BANKING WITH US
We Pay 4 per cent Interest on Savings Accounts

0tt mmiuxdnl imk

Oca la Beauty Parlor,
Mhs Mary Affleck's Millinery Partrrs
PHONE 15 OCA A, FLA.
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.

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When you repair the old house or build the new
one, remember that good paints are absolutely nec necessary
essary necessary to keep the house from rotting. Paint is a
paying investment.
Paint is also a luxury. You know you will feel
better in a newly painted home. Ask your wife if
she doesn't want the house painted?

fflarioi Iariw Co,
Phone 118, Ocala, Fla.

In Our Popular and Efficient Mili- j

tary Company
The Ocala Rifles held- a well at attended
tended attended business meeting last night.

'the purpose of which was the elec elec-ition
ition elec-ition of officers, made necessarv by

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;ine expiration 01 me commission ui
(Captain Weihe, and the retirement
j of First Lieutenant C. L. Leitner.
; Captain Frederick E. Weihe was

J commander; Second Lieut. H. Curry
Campbell was advanced to the first
'lieutenancy; and Sergeant Frank L.
jP.ooher, one of the most capable
, non-commissioned officers that the

company has ever had. was elected
to fill the vacancy caused by the pro promotion
motion promotion of Lieut. Campbell.
After the transaction of other bus business
iness business the company adjourned to the
Anderson Pharmacy for refresh

ments, i

Belleview. Oct. 27. Mr. George
Merrill, who has teen visiting his
old home in Vermont the past four
or five months, came in on last Fri Friday
day Friday morning's express.

Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Church from!

THE OCAU NATIONAL'- B&NK
Of Ocala, Florida, at Close of liosi uess, Tuesday, Oct. 21, 1913

RESOURCES

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An Active Depository for the United States.

I ENTERTAINMENT

FOR THE LIIJRARY

Friday evening Manager E. C.
Bennett will give the proceeds from
the Temple Theater towards the
fund for books for the new Carnegie
library. He has selected excellent
pictures for the evening and in con connection
nection connection with them a lovely musical
program will be rendered in which
Ocala's best talent will take part.
Miss Porter, Mrs. Hampton, Mr. Wil William
liam William Camp and Mr. Pezzulo will be
on the program. The library asso association
ciation association is anxious for the book fund
to be large and will appreciate the
attendance of every one.

EAT AND HAVE VOIR CAKE

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I Editor Star: The chief reason
why the people of Germany, France
and some other European nations

have not been reduced to the direst
poverty is because they invent a way
to eat their cake and still have it.

The farmers some of them a hundred
'years ago invented the plan and it
jhas spread all over those regions.
jThey got together and put a mort mort-jgage
jgage mort-jgage on their lands, converted the

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the bonds all over the world. That
enabled them to sell their lands and
still keep it. That is all there is to
the credit fancier and landscraft
systems. It gives them all the capital
they wanted to operate their farms
to the fullest extent, and a lot to

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jloan to other people.
I It is just as easy to establish that
i svstem in the United States, and

perhaps easier, than if it was in any
European country. The farmers in
any part of the country can form
an association, issue bonds for two two-thirds
thirds two-thirds the value of their property,
sell the bonds and then have money

to loan for the development of their

farms and to invest in other ways.
There is no law needed except one
that will automatically foreclose a
mortgage without going into the

I courts. That will make the bonds
I gilt edge, A Xo. 1 security. Savings
j banks will take them and trust
I funds will be invested in them.
Mortgages will seldom be foreclosed
and the farmers will still have their
'farms. That is just what the cor

porations have been doing in many
instances. Considerable fog has
been thrown around this plan by
calling it "a : rural credit scheme."

!A11 there is to it is: "Eat your cake

land still have it."

David H. Kirkland.

(Loans and discounts S'1':' T-Vi ii

er:noat. friends of Mr. and Mrs.,,,,,.
.,, T, Marion county warrants li,S63.43.
Gecrge Merrill, came m last Fridav -11. i

.... .. -- o. uuiiu; 10 teL-ure cir-
afternoon and will visit awhile. . ..
r. ..i culation io.0u0.00
Mi.-'s Gertruae Carter made a visit j.. .
, T. Other bonds and securi
ty Ocala last Fridav. 1
Mr. E. Merrill, brother of Mr. L ' ;-V 4b'-1
y, Banking house, furni-
George Merrill, who recently arm- 4A ,,
, i lure and fixtures .... 40,000.00
ed trom Kansas, with his familv, in- ,.,
j L ASrl
tends to make this town his home WUh banks 22fi 2?
He wants to keep posted on current In vauk 22,472.04 3S.C9S.31
events ani therefore hands in his j

little old dollar and says, "Sen 1 me
the Star Information Bureau for one j
year." i
1
Mr. YV. A. Owens, manager of the
Brown Bros, hardwood mill, went to j
Jacksonville last Thursday on im-

portant ousiness.
Mr. S. Dumont left last Friday for
Charleston, V. Va.
Mr. Joe Lucius came up from Sil Silver
ver Silver Springs last week to spend a
few days with his friends.

Prof. A. B. Connor went to Ocala'..

last Saturday morning to assist the
grading committee on the papers !!
from the last teacher's examination j
Lost, one bunch of keys. Finder;?
will please return to Mr. J. M. Xeely.
Later: Mr. Xeely found them in;.
his other pocket. Simply a case of;:
absent-mindedness. j
'
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Millsom went
to Ocala last Friday on business andjX
pleasure combined. J"
Belleview has lost one of its voung
men in the person of Mr. William J.
1
Lyles, who has resigned his position .i,
in Xelson's automobile repair shop;Y
to accept a position with Mr. Xathan
Mayo at Summerfield. t

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LIABILITIES
Capital stock, fully paid
in 75,000.00

Surplus (earned)
Xet profits
Circulation . .

5,000.00
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. ... 75,000.00

DEPOSITS 304,429.60

$46:5,814.99

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SUBURBAN HOME FOR SALE.
Fourteen acres and 5 room house
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

must be taken up. It's a bargain.
I WILL SHOW YOU

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last i

ren from Colorado, came in

Thursday and will occupy their cozy
cottage just east of the depot. Mr. Y

DAVID S. WOODKOW
Real Estate and Investments.
Merchant's Block
Over Gerig's Drug Store, Ocala, Fla.

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' Mol)ile. Ala.. Oct. lS. A busy
s:-hour stay of President Wilson in
Mobile, speeches by Senator Fletch Fletcher.
er. Fletcher. Majority Leader Cnderwool. Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of the Xavy .Toseuhus Daniels
and many others, marked the open open-iing
iing open-iing of the seventh annual Southern
! Commercial Congress here yester yester-i
i yester-i day.

l. & m. si:.mi-mikd iu:al paixt

It's less costly. It's the very best
paint that can be produced because
it is composed of the standard ma materials,
terials, materials, pure White Lead. Zinc and
absolutely pure Linseed Oil. Buy 1
gallon mix with it 3 quarts of Lin Linseed
seed Linseed Oil at a cost of 4 5 cents and
thus make 1 3i gallons of the finest
quality of pure paint ready for use
for $1.40 per gallon. Try it if not
satisfactory the dealer will return
you what you pay for it. 10-31
; Sold bv Mclver & MacKay.

HF.LP A ;()(! CAISE

Read our UNCLASSIFIED ADS. lor your wants

Friday. Oct. 31st. is visitors spe special
cial special day. The Ocala Telephone Co.
will give to the library association
10c. for every lady who visits the

'telephone exchange on Oct. 31st ani

spends one minute in the operating
rnnm Wp will kpp! n rezister ot

; names and this register will be filed
j with the library as a souvenir. We
expect -"mm ladies, and two operators
j will be on hand to meet and explain
'things to them.
! J. P. Phillips. Manager.

of animals and household goods on

the way, and will make this his per permanent
manent permanent home.
Miss Ethel Sanies of Crystal'.
Springs, has been visiting with her
friend. Miss Josephine Fitcher. j
Mr. J. H. Martin of Trenton is one i
of the latest acquisitions of the Mayo
Turpentine Company. j
Mr. Tremere a-nd Mr. Edgar j
Rothschild went over to Heather Is-
land last Sunday morning in that old j
hard-tail gasoline noise wagon. There'
is no telling how they got there or j
how they got back, but they did. j
Mr. :Adam Hafner is slightly indis-i
posed from the effects of a severe j
cold. j
Mr. J. W. Hilton is up and around j
once more, after his recent indispo-j

sition. j
Mr. J. L. Carney from Xorth Lake
Weir, passing through on his way to
Ocala last Saturday night, when he
leaned too heavily on one side, andj
broke one of the main springs, be-,
ing something of a mechanic a little1
thing like that never phased him,,
but fixing it up he proceeded cn his
way. j
In our last week's notes we neg- j
lected to state that Mrs. J. J. Xel- j
son, who has been spending the
summer in Xew York state, was
among the numerous arrivals of the
week. ;
Rev. J. L. Lewis of Ocala cams
down last Saturday in his automo-'
bile, preached in the Baptist church
Sunday and returned to Ocala Mon Monday.
day. Monday. i
The Belleview social club is mak-;
ing extensive preparations for its:
next monthly dance, which will oc occur
cur occur Friday evening, Nov. 7. There

win ue some Class to mis anair. .&

Your scribe has just about had

time to digest that trip to Xew

England a few months ago. and the;
more I think of it the more I am
convinced that traveling is a good;
thing for young people, and having:
read so much in the Star and in
those expensive circulars being cir-1

dilated by Mr. John L. Edwards of
Ocala .National Bank fame,' describ

ing the wonders of the Panama
canal, has about decided me to see,
that wonderful piece of engineering!

work, and from now until the time
that cut -rate, round trip excursion
tickets to California via the Panama
canal, returning via the crosstie
route, are placed on sale. I am sav saving
ing saving all my pennies, nickles and dimes
with a faint hope that I will be able
to appropriate or assimilate one of
dad's commissions on a traction en engine
gine engine to complete the necessary war
fund to carry out this project, for it
is surely got to happen. Selah! It is
done.
The Belleview Workers held their
usual weekly meeting last Thursday
afternoon and were glad to greet
several of the newly arrived mem members
bers members from the north.
The Hotel Marion is just about
getiing in shape to receive guests.

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

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SPECIALS

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For the Thrifty Housekeeper

Xew Florida Syrup, per gallon 65c
Evaporated Apples, whole, per lb J5c
EvaiMrated Peaches, lb 15c
Evaporated Prunes, lb 15c
Evaporated Apricots, lb 2()c
EvaiKrated Figs 20c
Wesson's Cooking Oil, per can 30c
Simon Pure Lard, per pail OOc
Xo. lO Snowdrift Shortening, per pail $1.25
Xo. 5 Snowdrift Shortening, pr. pail 50c
First Product Coffee, ier lb 30c
llrick City lilend, per lb.. 40c
Rio, per lb 25c
All roasted from green coffee and ground in our
store.
1MB Pickles in lialk.
Sour and Sweet Pickles in Bulk.
Kingan's Pound Iloxes sliced Breakfast ISacon, ready
for the pan, per lb 40c

CaFi-Thomsis Co.
CARN BUILDING
Phone 163 OCALA, FLA.

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WEATHER FORECAST
Fair northern portion: cloudy to tonight
night tonight and Wednesday, probably rain
in southern and central portions;
cooler northeast portion tonight.

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"Made a little better than
seems necessary."
That is what our customers say about
our Monuments.

CLARK MONUMENT CO.
Duval and Xewnan Sts.
Phone 4317.
Jacksonville, Florida



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THE OCA LA EYEMAti STAR, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1913

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OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
IlITTINCiKU cV CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
IS. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V- Lea ven good, Huines Manager
J. II. IJenjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.

PHONE 51

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 S.00ja few-

Six months, in advance. . 4.25
Three months, in advance. 2.25
One month, in advance SO

more likely to consider a candidate's
fitness than anything else. He knows
that if Stockton is elected he is just ''.
as likely to offend the traveling men

! in 1!)15 as Fletcher was in 1S13. Or :

if he doesn't offend the traveling
men, he may offend the doctors or
the lawyers or the stenographers or

the switchmen or the grocery clerks
or the auto mechanics or the men ot
some other calling. An United States
senator, should not devote himself to
the interests of any particular class

jcf men, but try and work for all. He
j can't work for all without occasion occasion-ially
ially occasion-ially slighting, or seeming to slight

Our home-made railroad, the Ocala
Northern, is in the hands of a re receiver
ceiver receiver now, so it may not be able tc
be as generous as it was last year,
nevertheless, it will probably hold
its end up. As for the' Ocala and
Southwestern, it will bring as many
people to town as can hold on any anywhere
where anywhere between the cowcatcher and
the rar bumper.

THE WILSON DOCTRINE j special rates to the Marion County
j Fair. Also, on Thanksgiving morn-
For these hundred years we have ing, it will run a special train from
liad the Menroe Doctrine, and few j Plant City to Ocala and return,

of our people, and not all of our; which will be the finest sort of help.

statesmen, understand what it really
is. With the great majority, it
means our right to interfere in the
affairs of Latin-American countries
and keep European nations from do doing
ing doing so.
The Monroe Doctrine simply says
-that European nations shall not ex expend
pend expend their possessions, nor mon-.-archical
governments be instituted.
on American soil. It does not pre--vent
European governments from

protecting their citizens when they
.are wronged, and it does not give us
the right to uphold our own citizens
when they are in the wrong.
The doctrine that Wilson defined
tat Mobile can be understood only by
men and women who believe in
world peace and world welfare. It
vcannot be understood by the ambi ambitious
tious ambitious and the ignorant in Latin Latin-American
American Latin-American countries, and it cannot be
understood by the greedy and grasp grasping
ing grasping in our own. It is the policy that
America should always have follow followed.
ed. followed. It is the policy that will be best
for the whole world if America fol follows
lows follows it from now on. Every man
who believes in justice and truth
should uphold the president in this
policy, which may most appropriate appropriately
ly appropriately be called '-The Wilson Doctrine."

MESSRS. FLETCHER, STOCKTON
AND THE TRA YE LI NO MEN

Without going into any dispute

about the Martin appointment, which
at the time looked to the Star like a
temporary makeshift, this paper be believes
lieves believes that Florida's traveling men
will vote for the candidate they be
lieve to be the best man, and not tc
avenge any individual grievance, ev even
en even tho it be a real one, instead o

imaginary, as the Star believes Mr.
Martin's is.

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SAM'S (iOOD SUOOESTION

It has become the commonly ac accepted
cepted accepted report all over Florida that
the traveling men of this state will
solidly support Mr. Stockton for the
Senate because Mr. Fletcher is said
to have buncoed Mr. John Martin, a
Jacksonville traveling salesman, out
of a federal office.
The Star does not take full stock
in the report. In the first place, sev several
eral several traveling men of its acquaint acquaintance
ance acquaintance have informed it that they
were not going to vote for Stockton.
Some will vote for Fletcher and some

Sam Ditto in his Times-Union
Firing Line, says that now Florida
has a hotel law, it has over twc

thousand hotel inspectors instead of
one; the two thousand being the

traveling men, whom, Sam says, will

all be on the lookout to report bum

hotels to headquarters.

The Star thinks its a very good

idea. Traveling men all know what

is what, and they use hotels more
than any other class. They are not
likely to be unreasonable or too ex

acting, and if they raise the stand standard
ard standard of the hotels throughout the
state, the entire public will be ben benefited.
efited. benefited. Here's good luck to Sam's
two thousand unofficial inspectors
may their number increase and their
vigilance not diminish.

THE BASIS OF BANK SERVICE

BANK'S SERVICE to its customers is poor or excellent in ratio to its
5 ability to grasp intelligently the business requirements of those it serves

a and then to fully meet those requirements.

OUR IDEA OF BANK SERVICE is not the mere handling of money. We know
the business of this community thoroughly from personal contact and experience
EACH INDIVIDUAL BANKING HERE has our personal consideration. The well
known strength of this bank makes it easy to meet every legitimate requirement
of those whose business it seks. We do this willingly, gladly, for we consider it
our obligation to those who have made possible this strong, reliable institution.
Tine Monroe & ChamMiss Bamlk
OCALA, FLORIDA

COAST LINE'S TIME CARD

A ROUT TIME TO CIIANOE

Jacksonville Metropolis: That the
constitution under which the state of

The winter schedule of the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Coast Line is now in effect. It
is as follows:
Southbound

Xo. 39 leaves Jacksonville at 9:30
a. m., arrives Gainesville at 12:30
a. m., arrives Ocala at 2:40, arrives
St. Petersburg at 9:10 p. m.
Xo. 9 leaves Jacksonville at 3:40
"I), m., arrives Gainesville at 6:53 p.
m., arrives Ocala at 8:43 p. m., ar arrives
rives arrives at Leesburg at 10 p. m.

Xo. 3 7 leaves Jacksonville at 9:30 j

p m., arrives Gainesville 12,: 3 7 a.
m., arrives Ocala 2:18 a. m., arrives
St. Petersburg S a. m.
Northbound

Xo. 38 leaves St. Petersburg S : 30

p. m., arrives Ocala at 2:20 a. m.,j
arrives Gainesville 3:5S a. m. andlj
arrives Jacksonville 7 a. m.
Xo. 10 leaves Leesburg at 4:45 a.
m., arrives Ocala at 6:05 a. m., ar-;
rives Gainesville at 7:55 a. m. and t
arrives Jacksonville at 10:55 a. m. j
Xo. 4 0 leaves St. Petersburg at I
6:30 a. m., arrives Ocala 12:34 p. 1
m., leaves Ocala 1:14 p. m., arrives
Gainesville at 3:30 p. m., arrives: m
Jacksonville at 6:30 p. m. J

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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

The Star doesn't know that it is
anything more than a coincidence,
but it can't help noticing that the
papers that are most strongly sus suspected
pected suspected of being under corporation

influence are the loudest in clamor-1

ing for war with Mexico. A war
would be a good thing for some of
the corporations, particularly the
railroads. They could pack soldiers
being sent to the front in dirty cars
like so many hogs, and charge the
government full passenger rates for
transportation. And many rotten old
steamships could be sold to the gov government
ernment government at high prices, and a war
would be a regular pienic for the big
packing firms, who may yet have a
few thousand cases of embalmed
beef left over from the Spanish Spanish-American
American Spanish-American war. The greasers in
front of our soldiers would be less
-enemies and more men than the

gra

will vote for Gilchrist. Two say Florida is governed is a woefully
they will vote for Hudson if he runs. antiquated relic has been shown in
and one says he doesn't care who is! two emphatic instances during the
elected and will not go out. of his 'past ten days.
way to vote. Governor Trammell. called upon
The Star is peresonally acquainted for action looking to the prevention
with several scores of the two thou-jof an invasion of Japanese settlers,
sand or more traveling men in thejjs forced to reply that the constitu constitu-state.
state. constitu-state. It hasn't been conducting ajtion forbids discrimination against
canvass among them. It has simply citizens of any nationality, and the
asked a few at random. Xot morej.jHps cannot be stopped until the
than half of those it has spoken to legislature meets in regular session
have said they were going to vote and submits a constitutional amend amend-for
for amend-for Stockton. So it thinks it likely jment to the people for their ratifica ratifica-that
that ratifica-that the person or persons who have tion.
promised to deliver to Mr. Stockton Saturday afternoon Circuit Judge

the votes of the traveling men or j Daniel Simmons was forced to decide

Florida like they were so many atrainst tup nronospd chnrter rhansrp.

ftr in ili 1 1 ir

Tammany heelers in a Bowery ward
had no authority to give such a
pledge.

which was to have been voted on to tomorrow,
morrow, tomorrow, refusing to allow the people
the privilege of voting as to their

Traveling men are citizens of theown government because of the con con-highest
highest con-highest intelligence and broadest in-1 stitution. He expressed regret that
formation. It is inconceivable thatsnch a decision was necessary, but,
they would vote for one man andjhl view of the constitution's limita limita-against
against limita-against another for any such clan- tions, could not do otherwise,
nish reason as the one given in this It (loes seem that it is abo'ut time

case- Ito call a constitutional convention

The Star does not believe that

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All his Marion county friends and
the many others he has made else elsewhere
where elsewhere warmly congratulate Mr. L. S.
Light of Reddick, the farmer and
legislator, on his union with Mrs.
Catherine Miller of Winchester. O.
The marrLe took nlace Wednesday.

Oct. 2J, At Qolumbus. Ohio, and thei

happy cqapjL-iccompanied by the
bride's daughter a charming young
lady of IS vars, arrived at Mr.
Light's home at Reddick. Saturday,
the 2rth. Mr. Light has won a
state-wide reputation for his devo devo-lion
lion devo-lion to the public welfare, and the
Star joins his numerous friends in
best wishes for the unbroken happi

ness and prosperity of himself

his bride.

Senator Fletcher ever made any deal

r misdeal with Mr. Martin. It

hinks it extremely unlikely that a

lan of no more weight in politics

lan Mr. Martin would ever have

een given such an important office.

When all things are taken in con con-s
s con-s deration, it is more than probable
t lat the appointment of Mr. Griggs

llad been decided upon before Mr.

Martin was ever mentioned.

But apart from this, it is not like-

r that the traveling men of the

and give the people a constitution
which is up to the present, and not
a relic of the "gle-orious past."
We're living today not yesterday.

It is rather a reflection on the in intelligence
telligence intelligence of the Florida voter to ask
him to substitute for Duncan I.
Fletcher, in the United States Sen Senate,
ate, Senate, some untried and unexperience I
man. Mr. Fletcher is fast becoming
recognized as one of the ablest men
in the Senate, and Florida will not

ate are clannish enough to support j tnrow aw the er in th coun.

tockton against Fletcher for any cils of the nation she has secured bv

Aieh reason. A traveling man if his 5ervice there. Miami Herald.

WOODMEN" OF THE WORLD

Foit King Camp Xo. 14 meets in::"
Tonge's Hall at 8 p. m. every second
Friday. Visiting sovereigns always j

welcome. J. F. Thompson, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clek. Ad

Xext "meeting Friday night, Xov.

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ODD FELLOWS

Tulula Lodge Xo. Tl, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every; jr

Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock ( in j

VULCANIZING.
We are equipped with the Latest, Largest, Best Vulcanizing
plant in Central Florida. Any sized tire handled at one time.
All work Guaranteed to Je First-Class,
liring us ytmr Casings and Tubes to be Vulcanized.
Worn out tires and tubes bought.
FISK and FIRESTONE TIRES
of all sizes and rims, always in stock
DA VIES, Tne Tire Man
Phone 438. OCALA, FLORIDA Main St., near Postoffice,

Yonge's Hall, Fort King avenue. Vis-

itors in the city invited to be with as.;
G. L. Taylor, X. G. j

L. Colbert. Secretary. Adv.

ORDER OF EASTERN STAR

Call up Phone 300 and Let us Give an Estimate on Your x

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meets at onge s hall the hrst tn-'t

day evening at

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10 o'clock and the!

third Friday afternoon at 3:30, ofj..'
each month. X

Mrs. Emma C. Burnett, W. M
Miss Florrie Condon, Secretary.

OPEX ALL XIGHT

The Merchant's Cafe is a first class iy
place to take your meals. Open night !."

and
tor.

day. J. R. Dewey, proprie-i:
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PLUMBING
AND ELECTRICAL WORK
We Guarantee To Save You Money on Any Work in Our Lines
Am we employ none but experts we are In position to guarantee ev every
ery every piece of work we construct to Maud the Inspection of the most
rlKl! Inpector. It costs aothlns to set our figure and you are the
winner, whether we secure the contract er not. Give us a trial.
M. W. .TTHJCIKEIR

OCALA, FLORITDA

At a special mct-tinu' of the city

couiuil hell on this .late, the rezistra- JmJmJm::;:Jm
tion hooks f the city were reviser! and;
the following names stricken there-!
from:

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The Miami Herald Nsays it is aj
mistaken opinion that causes the j J E. CHACE

East Coast Railway to he charged
."ith opposition to deep water and
-steamboat transportation for the
3Iagic City. Queer, isn't it, that so
many people in the state, particular particularly
ly particularly on the East Coast, share in that
opinion.

The Fort Myers Press says it has
nt joined the anti-Japanese proces procession,
sion, procession, because it was a leader in the
line. The Star makes correction
with apologies to its able contempor contemporary,
ary, contemporary, and the hope that it will not
weary in well doing.

The Mobile Register, one of the
- oldest antl most conservative papers
th.e Sutlv is supporting HobsoH
. against Underwood. Mr. Underwood
win probably be elected, but he
won't have a walkover.

Sir Richard Isaacs, a Jew, who is
considered the most able lawyer ia
England, has been named lord chief
justice, the most exalted legal posi position
tion position in that country.

As will be seen elsewhere, the
Seaboard Air Line comes in nobly in

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

JOSEPH BELL
Attorney at Law
OSce Second Floor Munroe
Chambliss Bank Building
OCALA, FLORIDA

MAKIO.V COUNTY DIRECTORY
Judge Circuit Court Y. S. Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, Ocala.
District Attorney E. Y. Davis,
Ocala.
Clerk Circuit Court P. H. Nugent.
Ocala.
Sheriff J. P. Gallowv, Ocala.
Tax Collector Y. L. Colbert.
Ocala.
Tax Assessor Alfred. Ayer, Ocala.
Treasurer John M. Graham,
Ocala.
Surveyor W". A. Moorhead, Ocala.
Judge of Probate Win. E. Smith,
Ocala.
County Commissioners C. Carmi Carmi-chael.
chael. Carmi-chael. Ocaia: J. Y. Davis. Summer Summer-field;
field; Summer-field; Y t. Henderson, Lynne; D. G.
Watkins, Dunnellon; Walter Luff Luff-man,
man, Luff-man, Sparr.
Board Public Instruction J. II.
Brinson. Superintendent. Ocala; B.
R. Blitch. Blitchton; J. S. Grantham.
Fort McCoy: W. D. Carn. Ocala.

XOTIl'E FOH PVVINO 1IIDS

and

Notice is hereby sriven that the city
council of the city of Ocala. Marion
county. Florida, at its regular meeting
to be held at the city hall in the city
of "cala
December 2nd. A. I). 1!3 at 7:30
O'CIoeK P. M.,
will consider bids for the construction
of sidewalks and curbs (not already

constructed) on both sides of Dausrner-

tv street, eomntencinir at Oklawaha for restoratio

avenue and running north to Franklin
street, in accordance with specifica specifications
tions specifications provide! by ordinance now on
ri'p in the citv ok-rk's office in the city

Ward One
Conner. J. If., moved,
r.llamv. J. W.. moved.
I taker. T. YV. moved.
1 taker. Charles, moved.
Coleman. ". II.. moved.
Tavis. K. 'V.. moved.
Duval. L. YV. moved.
Feltham. Oeorire. moved.
Cray. C. M.. moved.
Graham. A. A., moved.
Hamilton. K.. moved.
Kniaht, I. J.. moved.
Morgan, S. C, moved.
Mus tin. F. II.. moved.
Pasteur. G. C. moved.
Ilichbrouirh. '., moved.
Richardson. M. I. moved.
Smith. V. W.. moved.
Thomuson. T. C. moved.
Ward Two
Miller. C. V.. moved.
Ward Three
Armstrong. Ym.. moved.
Cody. II. C. dead.
Dukes. J. YV. moved.
Dreyfus. K.. moved.
Dame. A. O.. moved.
Kvans. W. G.. moved.
Garv. Thos. Ft., dead.
Goin. P. G.. dead.
Gi'obs. S. M.. moved-.
Houstin. Jim. moved.
Tones, K. V., moved.
Lucius. W'm., moved.
I.yl.-s. J. YV. dead.
Manor. Cebon. moved.
McCiymor.ds. .1. II., dead.
Owens. John, moved.
Parker, M. L... moved.
Pieman. K. P.. moved.
Taylor. Randolph, moved.
Stewart. S. D., deal.
Smith. W. II.. deal.
Tison. J. M.. moved.
Ward Four
Anew. K. W.. moved
Herzenbercr. II.. moved.
Johnson. T. W.. moved.
Jones. C. .. dead.
Martin. S. H.. moved.
Mill. T. H.. dead.
Mooney. J. A., moved.
Schwerine. I., moved.
Smoak. J. L.. moved.
Wilson. Georare. dad.
Notice is hereby iiiven that

council will meet to hear complaints j V

R. C. MUNCASTER

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LIFE
ACCIDENT
HEALTH
PLATE GLASS
BURGLARY. EMPLOYEES LIABILITY

Ocala House Block

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stricken at o'clock a. m. on the
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Notice is also hereby sriven that thejv
registration books of the city are nowiV V

of Ocala. Said bids to be sealed and'.-;, en and parties desirinar to register, V V

tiled with the city clerk of the city o: botn :n tr.e oi.i aM new c;:y limits. $
i. .ili at leAsr five davs nrinr to the r ni i v do so by calling at the c:ty clerk's i

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said -nd 4a v of December. A. D. l:13.

The city council reserves the rirht to
reject anv or all bids submitted.
Seal) JOHN H. TAYLOR.
President of the City Council Pro Tern Tern-Attest:
Attest: Tern-Attest: H. C. SISTRUNK.
Citv Clerk. 10-25-Tues tf

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The best and most practical of these is ice o-ir ice. It preserves
your food, conserves your hetltb, increases your pleasure, does
you good in ways too numerous to mention and all for a little
money.
OCALA ICE & PACKING CO.

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By JOSEPH E. SMITH.

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Dear Old Dad:

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Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen
is a necessity. To supply thatne- 5:
cessity is Our Business
Ocala Steam Laundry

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OCAIiA, FLORIDA

Phone 101.

Special Prices on Recovering Auto Tops:

DimohniiTOr Rubber

HUIICIUUUIO1

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12.50
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20.00

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4-Passenger!

o.rassengBr Mohair 25.00
Goods subject to examination. Test of goods seen at
shop. Workmanship the best.
OCALA AUTO TOP CO.
J. J. McCRANIE, Manager.

WHITE STAIR. LINE
TRANSFER- AND FIREI'IKIOP STORAGE
COLLIER BROS.. Proprietors.

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

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

W. H. MARSH

IPhone 108

FRESH MEATS

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ACCURACY

SECURITY

Marion County Abstract Company
ESTABLISHED 1882.
GRAHAM BROHERS, Lessees,
OCALA FIjA.

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First consideration and especial attention given to small tracts.

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IMPORTANT CHANGE OF SCHEDULE
ATLANTIC. COAST LDNE
Effective October 19th.
Night Trains 37 and 38 Re established.

9:30 p. m. Lv Jacksonville Ar. 7:00 a.
2:20 a. m. Ar Ocala Lv. 2:20 a.
8:00 a. m. Ar St. Petersburg Lv. 8:30 p.

Steel Pullman Cars
St. Petersburg, Ocala, Jacksonville and New York.

m.
m.
m.

Trains 9 and 10 will be discontinued south of Leesburg.

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

The Kind He Liked.
I overheard the following conversa conversation
tion conversation between my little brother and
hie playmate: Jack remarked: "You
said you had a 'bad cold; did you
ever have a 'good one, Herbert?'
Herbert answered: "Sure. Once I had
one that kept me homo from school."

A Frightful Thought.
Mrs. Walback (on first ocean voy
age) John. I just heard a man say
that if this boat was put up on end
It would be higher than the Washing Washington
ton Washington monument. If they're going to
do anything like that, we better get
ribt off! Puck.

, Jan. 27, 190
We have always

been such awfully good friends about
everything that I thought I would tell
you how it happened.
Of course it's Jim's sister. You re remember
member remember Jim. He was one of the
boys in the old frat back at Yale.
You know we were both on the elev eleven
en eleven for old Eli, and it made it no end
jolly that when I got it for coach
here he should get it for trainer, toe.
At first I liked Edith because she
was Jim's sister. I took her to things
and tried to give her a good time.
Pretty soon, I got to like her for her
own sake, and then finally it hap happened
pened happened only after I had made a thou thousand
sand thousand fools of myself.
You see, since Jim and I were such
chums, I got to know Edith pretty
well, and we became great friends.
If it hadn't been for the ring, it
might never have happened. It was
a heavy Egyptian scarab, with an en

graved setting. It was a particular
thing in the frat, and you know you
couldn't let a girl wear it unless you
were engaged. A scarab is supposed
to bring luck, and mine certainly did.
One night I had come back home
from taking Edith to a reception. I
glanced down at my hand and saw
that my ring was gone from my lit little
tle little finger. It upset me considerably.
Not that the ring was valuable, only a
fellow hates to lose anything like
that. I could not see any way that I
could possibly have lost it. After I
had hunted everywhere I gave it up.
I was out of town for a week or so,
but the next time I saw Edith, you
can imagine what I felt when I saw
my ring on her finger. It knocked me
flat with surprise. At first I couldn't
think of any way that she could have
gotten it. until at last it came to me,
that the night of the reception she
had asked me to hold her muff for a
moment. My ring must have slipped
off in it then, and the next day she
probably found it.
It was the fact that she wrore it

that gave me courage to speak cit

last. As long as she was Jim's sister,
I knew that she must know what it
meant for a girl to wear that ring,
and so I was in a fool's heaven of
happiness.
It was good weather for sleighing
and so I took Edith out the first
chance I got. Nothing seemed to
come right to bring up the subject
until she took her glove off, for some
reason or other. It happened to be
on the hand that had the ring on. I
looked at it and said:
"You know what that ring means,
dont you, Edith?"
She looked rather surprised.
"Of course."
We were way out in the country
and I guess my happiness went to my
head and made me all kinds of a
presumptuous fool. She pulled her
hand away with a jerk. The air had
brought the color to her face, but it
was not the air which made it deepen.
She did not say a word, but just
looked at me.
"Hut the ring I stammered.

"What has the ring got to do
with"
"Why, you know what it means,
and I thought you understood."
She stared at me incredulously.
"Jack, what do you mean? I don't
understand at all."
It was my turn to stare at her.
"Why, didn't you find my ring in
your muff?"
"Your ring in my muff! How
should it come there?"
"I lost my ring the night of the re reception,
ception, reception, and when I saw you with
that on, I thought you had found it.
Your wearing it gave me hope for
something I had never dared dream
of. You must know that I

Edith looked at me a moment and
then she laughed.
"This ring? It has always had a
fascination for me. I have tried to
persuade Jim to let me wear it and
he never would. So when I found it
on his dresser last night I appropriat

ed it."
Then all of a sudden it came over
me what a fool I'd been. I might
have known it was Jim's, but I was
so ready in my conceit to think it
was mine that I never stopped to con consider
sider consider anything else.
"I don't suppose there's anything I
can say. I am sorry to have made a
fool of myself and have spoiled every everything."
thing." everything." There was a long silence after I
had headed the horse around. 1
thought of all the things I might say,
and didn't.
It must have been the courage of
despair that made me ask:
"Can't we keep on being friends,
only in another way?"
And then it happened. I could hard hardly
ly hardly believe that Edith could care for a
fellow like" me.
But, Dad, here's where I come to
thejoke of the thing. The next time
I had on my evening coat, it was cold

and I dug my hands deep into my
pockets to keep them warm. Down
in a corner I felt something cold and
hard. I fished it out. and what do
you think? That lucky old scarab
ring! It had slipped off in my pocket
and been there all the time.
But I'll choke off this yarn. Send
me your congratulations, Dad.
Yours as ever,
JACK.
(Copyright by Daily Story Pub. Co.)

Nov. 10 "The Girl from the Un Underworld."
derworld." Underworld." Nov. 17 Edison talking pictures.
Nov. IS Edison talking pictures.
Nov. 2 7 Local talent; benefit of
the hospital.
Nov. 2S Burt Leigh, in "The
Little Millionaire."
Dec. 2 Creatore's Band.
Dec. S "The Barber of Seville."

13 "The Leopard's Spots."
16 Neil O'Brien Minstrels.
27 Bought and Paid For.
30 Coburn's Minstrels.
1 "Divorce Question."
C "The Shepherd of the

a.

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

Jan. 2S

ture.
Feb. 1 Smart Set.
Feb. 10 A Modern Eve.
Feb. 23 Evan's Honey Boy Min
strels.
Feb. 24 Fine Feathers.
Mch. 2 (To 11) Chautauqua.
Mch. 14 Rose Maid.
Mch. 19 Paul Gilmore.

Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Jan.
Jan.

ALL ABOARD FOR OCALA

Atlantic Coast Line Special Rates to
Marion County Fair
On Nov. 23 to 2S, the Atlantic
Coast Line will sell round trip tick tickets
ets tickets to Ocala as rates quoted below:
Archer $1.S5

17 "Polly of the Circus."
20 Mary's Lamb Company.
27 The Spring Maid Co.

-Anti-Saloon League lec-

LOVAL ORDER OF MOOSE

Altoona .
Alachua .
Boardman
Brooksville
Branford
Croom

Center Hill
Candler .
Citronelle
Crystal .
Citra
Dunnellon

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

OCALA SEED STORE

Florida Seed Rye, per bushel $3.
Florida 90 Day Oats, per bu. $1.
S. C. Rust Proof Oats, bushel $1.
10-1-tf

1.95
1.95
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2.00
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Dade City 2.05
Edgar 1.70
Evinston 90
Eustis 1.50
Floral City 1.80
Fort White 2.45
Gainesville 1.45
Grand Island 1.60
Hague 1.80
Hernando 1.40
Hawthorne 1.15

Homosassa 1.75
High Springs 2.15

Holder
Inverness
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Juliette
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Libson
Leesburg
Lady Lake
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the time to depend upon the
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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

tor's orders carried out with
absolute fidelity 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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CONCORDIA LODGE F. U. 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

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Lake City 2.80
Montbrook 1.40
Martin 50
Mcintosh 85
McAlpine 3.20
Martel 50

Morriston -J. 25

Mt. Dora 2.05
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the Place of Calomel
, Rochelle
A hen your doctor looks to see if'
your tongue i.s coated, he is trying- to Sanford
find out if your liver is working prop-' Sorrento
erly. A few years ago doctors had tojyavares
prescribe calomel there was nothing TrjJV
else to give. j
Recently in many sections of the I 1 matlila
country Dodson's Liver Tone has prac- j Weirsdale

tieally taken the place of calomel as a Webster

liver medicine. Dodson's Liver Tone
is mild, pleant tasting and harmless
which makes it a fine medicine for
use when your children become bil bilious
ious bilious and constipated. Rut the most
remarkable feature of Dodson's Liver
Tone is the fact that the Court Thar Thar-macy
macy Thar-macy which sells it, guarantees it ab

solutely. The druggist will

your money without argument if a
bottle fails to give entire satisfaction.
Price, 50 cents. We suggest that
you get a bottle today and have it

ready for the next member of your i plainly marked, stamped or punched

family whose liver goes wrong. Ad. y i' V r VflRTH

Passenger Agent

Limit: November

(up to and including this date.)

Fares for Children: Tickets for
the transnortation of children five

years of age and undr twelve, may

return; be sold at one-half the above fares,

sufficient to be added to make total
fare end in naught or five. Each

counon of each such ticket to be

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12:45 p. m. SOUTH 6:10 a.
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when you want a

First-class Plumber

I am prepared to.
do all kinds of Steam
and Gas Fitting.
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We can sae j-ou money on your
Furniture and Household Furnish Furnish-ng
ng Furnish-ng purchases. A large stock of both
new and second-hand furniture.
We make a specialty of the IN INSTALLMENT
STALLMENT INSTALLMENT BUSINESS, and can
make you low prices and easy terms.
Try our method, you will like it.
Seoorsd-Haiid Furniture Bought at
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Market and Laundry

A TEXAS WONDER
The Texas Wonder cures kidney
and bladder troubles, dissolves grav gravel,
el, gravel, cures diabetes, weak and lame
backs, rjieumatism, and all irregular irregularities
ities irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in

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DEAFNESS CANNOT HE CLUED
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deaf deafness,
ness, deafness, and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by
inflamed condition of the mucous lin lining
ing lining of the Eustachian Tube. When
this tube is inflamed you have a
rumbling s' und or imperfect hearing
and when it is entirely closed, deaf deafness
ness deafness is the result, and unless the in inflammation
flammation inflammation can be taken out and this

sold by your druggist, will be sent
by mail on receipt of $1. One small

bottle is two months' treatment, and
seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send
for testimonials from this and other
states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive St..
St. Louis, Mo. Sold by druggists. Ad

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hearing will be destroyed forever;
nine cases out of ten are caused by

catanh, which is nothing but an in inflamed
flamed inflamed condition of the mucous sur surfaces.
faces. surfaces. We will, give One Hundred Dollars
fcr any case of deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu
lars, free.
J. F. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio
Sold bv druggists. 75 cents.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con con-stination.
stination. con-stination. Ad

Between

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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
4112 X. Magnolia St., Ocala, Fla.

We have a complete stock of

trusses and are m ito::on to give

you a perfct fit in any style or size
you want. If in need of ore call at
the Court Pharmacv. 10-10-tf

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

OCALA LODGE NO. 28&, B. P. O. E.

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

Plowing at Night.
New South Wales has adopted the
California idea of plowing at night.
For this purpose two powerful acety acetylene
lene acetylene headlights are attached to the
traction engine which draws the plows,
and the ground is so well and bril brilliantly
liantly brilliantly lighted that the operator can
work over the field qvite as well as
by daylight.

GENTLE AND
EFFECTIVE

LAXATIVE

Stolen Hair Means Death.
In many parts of the modern world
the believer in witchcraft still get
hold of hair, nail parings and eo forth
from an enemy's head and hands, and
burns, buries or does sen. hing elM
with them in order to en: J unpleas unpleasant
ant unpleasant consequences upon that enemy.
And universal foiklore revals the con concern
cern concern of savages to dispopp of thetf
own hair and nail clippings to prevent
an enemy from getting at them. Aus Australian
tralian Australian native girls who Lave had m
lock of hair stolen from them expect

t speedy death as a certainty.

A mild, gentle and effective laxa-

i tive is wnat people aemana nnen
suffering form constipation. Thous Thous-,anis
,anis Thous-,anis swear by Dr. King's New Life
' Pills. Hugh Tallman. of San Anton Anton-;io.
;io. Anton-;io. Tex., writes: "They are beyond
finp;finn thp hpsf nil! mv wife and

!l have ever taken." They never!

i cause pain. Price 2oc at all drug drug-I
I drug-I sists. or by mail. H. E. Bucklin &
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THE OCA LA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1013

OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS

i

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

Hallowe'en Party Given by Miss
Gottlieb
This afternoon at the home of
Misses Mary and Anna McDowell
Miss Nellie Gottlieb was the lovely
hostess, entertaining at auction. The
decorations were suggestive of the
Hallowe'en season and the artistic
manner in which they were arrang arranged
ed arranged throughout the lower floor, which
was opened en suite, reflected credit
upon the deft hands that placed
them.
Festooned across the double doors
opening into the parlor, library and
dining room were fancy garlands of
yellow from which hung many black
cats. The lights were entirely cov covered
ered covered with yellow and added to their
golden glow were rays from pump pumpkin
kin pumpkin jack o' lanterns hung here and
there. Black cats dotted all of the
curtains and with a miniature devil
suspended in the center of the front
hall, and a real live spook mingling
among the guests, additional real realistic
istic realistic color was added. Quantities
of brilliant daisies were used in the
floral decorations.
Miss Gottlieb received her guests
very informally, wearing yellow yellow-crepe
crepe yellow-crepe de chene "trimmed with mari mari-bow.
bow. mari-bow. Six tables were arranged for
the games of auction and scores
were marked on striking tallies,
painted in pumpkin with witches'
hats, which were given out by the
spook, who was dainty little Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth Murray. The prize, was two
handkerchiefs with a pretty crochet
edge. Mints were relished during
the game.
At 5 ,0'clock the tables were
spread with lunch cloths and the
following menu served: Fried oy oysters,
sters, oysters, dill pickles, hot buttered rolls,
chocolate with whipped cream. The
napkins further carried out the Hal Hallowe'en
lowe'en Hallowe'en idea.
Assisting the hostess with her
party which proved to be one of the
prettiest and most delightful Hal Hallowe'en
lowe'en Hallowe'en affairs ever given in Ocala
was her mother, Mrs. X. I. Gottlieb,
Mrs. V. M. McDowell, Misses Mary
and Anna McDowell and Annie
Laurie Perry. The guests enjoying
it included Misses Hester Dewey,
Adele Bittinger, Hope Robinson,
Fanny and Rosebud Robinson, Eliz Elizabeth
abeth Elizabeth Mays, Mary. Burford, Minnie
Stovall, Marie von Engelken, Clara
Johnson, Kathleen Jackson, Ruby
Gessendaner, Gertie Peyser, Annie
Atkinson, Catharine Scott, Mrs. C.
B. Ayer, Mrs. Emmett Robinson,
Mrs. F. T. Kelley, Mrs. Harvey Clark.
Mrs. Violet Powers, Mrs. John Tay Taylor.
lor. Taylor. Rev. L. I. Warren Is 111
Xews comes from Atlanta that
Rev. L. B. Warren, former pastor of
the Ocala Baptist church, is in the
St. Joseph Hospital convalescing
from an operation performed ten
days ago. His symptoms for a rapid
recovery are most favorable and un unless
less unless complications set in, lie will be
out of the hospital in two weeks,
which news will be welcomed by his
friends not only in Ocala but thru thru-out
out thru-out the state.
Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Schreiber and
Miss Dorothy Schreiber are home
from their motoring trip to Orlando.
Mrs. A. J. Brigance, accompanied
by her niece. Miss lrma Brigance,
will leave tomorrow afternoon on
the Sea'ouard limited for Atlanta.
Mr. Brigance will join them Sunday

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TO-NIGHT

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River Scenes in Hong Kong, China

Maurice Costello and Clara Kimball
Young i "'The Taming of Betty"
TLe Widow from Winnipeg
The Greed of Osman Bey
Earl Williams and William Walker
in "When Society Calls"

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;and together they will continue their
I trip to Russelville, Ky..- where they
J will spend several weeks visiting rel rel-j
j rel-j a lives.

Mrs. ('amp Entertains for .Miss Wil Wil-liains
liains Wil-liains Another of the delightful series
of parties planned for Miss Mattye
Williams, a charming bride-elect of
next month, was given this after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, Mrs. Jack Camp being the
lovely hostess. The handsome home
of Mr. and Mrs. Camp was aglow
with many beautiful cosmos and
gorgeous roses, the latter coming
from Mrs. Camp's garden.
Receiving with Mrs. Camp were

the guest of honor and Mrs. R. S.

Hail. .Mrs. camp looked unusually
attractive in an exquisitely fhion-

!ed navy blue gown, trimmed with

tiiuiuu 11 iiiaLtn. -ii5.- v iiiidiiis nits
radiant in a beautiful French gown
of Nell rose charmeuse trimmed in
embroidered chiffon of the sane tone
with a touch of black. Her costume
was completed with a picture hat of
paradise plumes. Mrs. Hall wore
black charmeuse fashioned on a
French model, lavishly trimmed in
shadow lace, the only color used be being
ing being a touch of king's blue. Assist Assisting
ing Assisting the hostess were Mrs. Clarence
Camp, Mrs. R. C. Camp, Mrs. Will William
iam William Hocker and Master Henry
Camp.
Mrs. Camp's parties are always
characterized by her individual tal talents,
ents, talents, but this time she -was assisted
by her clever sister, Miss Daisy Xur Xur-ney
ney Xur-ney of Suffolk, Va.. who wrote for
thjs particular party a love story,
leaving blanks to be filled with
the titles of Shakspere plays. Miss
Xurney is the bright society report reporter
er reporter from Suffolk for the Virginian-

Pilot and has frequently been an ad

mired visitor to Ocala. The st

proved very, fascinating and in fiie

little booklet were many quotations

particularly suitable for a bridVs

elect party.

The prizes were, for the guest oi

honor, a beautiful desk set mounted

in light blue tapestry, and the guest
prize a pretty mayonnaise bowl.
After the contest the guests were
served to chicken salad, olives, waf wafers,
ers, wafers, sandwiches, tutti frutti cream.
Lady Baltimore cake and coffee and
little pink rose mints. The round
mahogany dining table was elegant
with its appointments, the center at attraction
traction attraction being a silver basket filled
with roses. Four candles in crystal
holders with beaded shades rested
on the exquisite Florentine lace
cloth, also bon-bon dishes filled with
mints.
The hours with Mrs. Camp, who is
always a charming entertainer, and
Miss Williams, who is a lovely mem member
ber member of the society set, were enjoyed
by the following who were Mrs.
Camp's guests: Mrs. M. A. Williams,
Mrs. Arthur Williams, Mrs. Clarence
Camp, Mrs. R. C. Camp. Mrs. G. T.
Maughs, Mrs. Hocker, Mrs. J. C. B.
Koonce, Mrs. J. E. Chace. Mrs. M. J.
Roess, Mrs. R. L. Anderson, Mrs. C.
L. Anderson, Mrs. R. A. Burford,
Mrs. E. P. Rentz. Mrs. C. H." Lloyd,
Mrs. Anna Holder, Mrs. G. S. Scott,
M;s. Charles Rheinauer, Mrs. E. L.
Carney. Mrs. W. S. Bullock. Mrs. C.
V. Miller, Mrs. F. E. Harris, Mrs.
Flora Morrison, Miss Emily Stotes Stotes-bury.
bury. Stotes-bury. Miss .Alice Bullock and Miss
Alice Bell.
m
Mrs. J. J. Gerig left this afternoon

for Crawfordsville, lnd.. for a short
visit with relatives.
Miss Josephine Bullock was tak taken
en taken sick this morning with an attack
of acute indigestion, wjiich will be
unwelcome news to her host of
friends.
Mrs. Dora Perry, who has been
visiting her daughter. Mrs. Eugene
Reviere in Lake City, returned home
todav. Mrs. R. F. Rogers. Mrs. Per

ry's mother, returned yesterday from
a few days' visit with her son. Mr.
Charlie Rogers and family at Lynne.
.Miss Sarah Agnew. who has been
visiting friends in Jacksonville and
her sister, Mrs. J. Carstens. in
Ocala. returned to her home at Lake
Weir on the evening Coast Line
train.
Mrs. E. F. Xewport was in the
city yesterday, the guest of Mrs. R.
W. Flinn. Mrs. Newport returnei to
her home at Eastlake on the evening
train.
The Methodist sewing circle will
meet with Mrs. T. J. Killebrew next
Monday afternoon.
Mrs. E. G. Peek was expecting her
sister. Mrs. M. C. Barker of Moumls Moumls-ville.
ville. Moumls-ville. W. Va., to arrive in a few days

Mrs. Barker was taken with appen appendicitis
dicitis appendicitis and had to undergo an opera operation.
tion. operation. It is hoped that Mrs. Barker
will be able to come to Ocala after
Christmas.
Baptist Social ToinorVow
Mrs. E. Van Hood, at whose com commodious
modious commodious home the first of the series
of Baptist socials is to be held, will
be assisted in entertaining the call callers
ers callers tomorrow by a large number of
Baptist ladies who are members of
the sewing circle, under whose su pre prevision
vision prevision the affairs are to be held.
The hours for receiving are from
.'J to 6 o'clock and during that time
several delightful musical numbers
will be rendered and all of the beau beautiful
tiful beautiful fancy work articles made by the
circle during the summer will be on
display, and as the members have a
reputation for doing beautiful work,
no doubt many ladies will avail
themselves of the opportunity of
purchasing Christinas presents.
Refreshments will be served and
home-made candies will be on sale.
Enagainent of Miss Fletcher An Announced
nounced Announced London. Oct. 2S. The engage engagement
ment engagement is announced of Miss Nell Flet Fletcher,
cher, Fletcher, elder daughter of United
States Senator D. U. Fletcher, of
Jacksonville, Fla., and Lionel Smith
Gordon, the only son of Sir Lionel
Smith-Gordon and Lady Smith-Gordon,
of Alderholt Lodge, near Salis Salisbury.
bury. Salisbury. Little Miss Vivian Ditto, after
several weeks' visit to her cousin
Master Frank Ditto in this city, left
yesterday for her home in Jackson Jackson-ille.
ille. Jackson-ille. Miss Vivian is the pretty and
vivacious daughter of Mr. S. L. Dit Ditto,
to, Ditto, editor of the Times-Union Firing
Line. Mr. F. W. Ditto accompanied
his niece to Jacksonville and will re return
turn return tonight.
Dr. and Mrs. D. M. Smith will
probably be home from their Euro European
pean European tour Nov. 20.

Mrs. 'Marcus

daughter Dor

day evening.

Mrs. Frank'd

William Ms

probably be in

1st mas.

Frank

and littleV

itny. win leave satur-ti

ffol Savannah to visit II

f intents, Mr. and Mrs. J

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rlavannah until after

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Mrs. A. F. Adcock and children ar arrived
rived arrived in the city Sunday from Ma Macon.
con. Macon. Ga.. and will spend several
weeks with her sister, Mrs. T. J. Kil Killebrew
lebrew Killebrew and her parents, Dr. and Mrs.
F. E. McClane.
The Star is very sorry to hear
that Mrs. II. A. Fausett, who had
been somewhat better for the last
two days, had a turn for the worse
today.

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! CLAKK INTENDS TO

REMAIN IN CONGRESS

Mrs. Sallie Geise and her mother,
Mrs. Smith of Swainsboro, Ga., are
guests of Mrs. J. E. Johnson at her
home on Oklawaha avenue, having
arrived on the early morning Sea Seaboard
board Seaboard train.
Mrs. Sallie Geise, who arrived last
night from Georgia, to visit her
daughter, Mrs. J. E. Johnson for
the winter, was called to Tampa this
afternoon on account of the illness
of another daughter, Mrs. Sales. At
last accounts Mrs. Sales was very ill.
Master James Chace will give a
Hallowe'en party to his young
friends next Saturday evening.

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best -7 !' j ; !;

His Son ami Secretary Denounces
Story of II is Filipino Judgeship
as Ridiculous
Washington, Oct. 28. Regarding
a story to the effect that Congress Congressman
man Congressman Frank Clark will shortly receive
a judicial appointment in the Philip Philippine
pine Philippine Islands, inquiry at Mr. Clark's
office yesterday brought forth a vig vigorous
orous vigorous denial from his secretary, Ed Edward
ward Edward Clark.
"Yes," Mr. Clark said, "I saw the
story and if my father is to be ap

pointed a judge in the Philippines it
j is news to those in his office and will
: be news to him when he returns
i" i i i : i- i z

irom a snori ocean inp which ne is
taking at this time in order to get a
much needed rest before the begin beginning
ning beginning of the next regular session of
Congress.
'"Of course the whole story is ri ridiculous.
diculous. ridiculous. My father is not now nor
has he in the past contemplated an
appointment to a judgeship in the
Philippines. The only thing in this
line which he is contemplating at

I present is re-election from the con

cessional district to the Sixty Sixty-fourth
fourth Sixty-fourth Congress."

We Handle
The Best Groceries.
This is a broad statement, but we
stand back of it. When we tell you
that in our line is included the fa famous
mous famous Seaman Brothers goods, than
which there is none better put in a
package, you may know our reason
for it. And our delivery system is
right up to the minute.
Smith Grocery Co.

RHONE 434
North of Ocala National Rank

MARION COI NTV DIRECTORY
Judse Circuit Court W. S. Bul Bullock.
lock. Bullock. Ocala.
District Attorney E. W. Davis.
Ocala.
Clerk Circuit Court P. H. Nugent,
Ocala.
Sheriff J. P. Gallowuy, Ocala.
Tax Collector W. L. Colbert,
Ocala.
Tax Assessor Alfred Ayer. Ocala.
Treasurer John M. Graham,
Ocala.
Surveyor W. A. Moorhead, Ocala.
Jndge of Prouate Wm. E. Smith.
Ocala.
County Commissioners C. Carmi
chael. Ocaia: J. W. Davis. Summer-

field: W t. Henderson, Lynne; D. G.

Watkins. Dunnellon; Walter Luff Luff-man.
man. Luff-man. Sparr.
Board Public Instruction J. IT.
Brinson. Superintendent. Ocala: B.
R. Blitch. Blitchton; J. S. Grantham.
Fort McCoy: W. D. Carn. Ocala.

For Framnifiinig

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 l6t of framed pictures, in different sub subjects,
jects, subjects, from 50c to $8 each.

EUS-ZACHRY GO.
"THE FURNITURE MEN"

Phone 19.

Ocala, Fla.

i

6:30 to 10 p. m.
ADMISSION:
1 5 and 10 Cents

-t!tI:-t!!,'t'-tt3!? for a visit, but today she heard that j

Limitation May Be Gainful.
Cowper could tell a story better and
more tersely in rhyme than in prose.
The builder of engines for ships has
long been teaching the builder rf en engines
gines engines for mill? how to save Tce.
materials and coal?. In nvjcli the
same fashion th" a::Tr"crn.: i- 'omt 'omt-ing
ing 'omt-ing the V-'c' h- .'-c c

Conservatism.
Conservatism is often nothing but
mental or moral Inertia, and meas measures
ures measures one's unwillingness to readjust
his living or his thinking to a new

i fact or a new idea. . Selfishness
j love has been completely enthroned.
! in the individual, or in society, until

love has been cornpetely enthroned.
It is at this point that the religious
element enters in as essential to the
realization of our social ideal. Dr.
Josiah Strong in "Our World; The
New World Life."

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

European Plan $1.50 Per Day and Upward
A. M. Wilson, Thos. M. Wilson,
ASS'T. MGR. PROP. AND MGR.
Jacksonville, Florida

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second paragraph of their card
reproduced above admits that
"light affects the beer quickly
and makes it unfit for use"
corroborating Schlitz claims.
Schlitz is made pure and the
Brown Bottle keeps it pure
from the brewery to your glass.

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FREAKISH PHOTO!
Moonlight Effects Obtained by
Taking the Sun.
TRICK OF THE GHOST FAKE.
"Spook and "Vision" Pictures Only
Require a Little Care and Sirihpls
Apparatus, and It Is Easy to Photo Photograph
graph Photograph a Man Inside a Pint Bottle.
Moonlight effects in photography are
cenerally sained by trickery. Of
course it is possible to take photo-i
graphs by moonlight, the exposure va varying
rying varying from thirty minutes to two
hours. The results. howeveF, are rare rarely
ly rarely satisfactory, owing to the move movement
ment movement of the shadows producing a
blurred effect in the finished print.' To
obtain a moonlight picture of tbe ap approved
proved approved sort a fine cloud effect with
the moon casting a long line oTt bril
liant light upon water speciat prepara
tions must be made. j
A rather cloudy sunset must be j
chosen. Then when the sdnf drops low!
on the horizon and is partly obscured
by the cloud bank one seizes the op opportunity
portunity opportunity to secure a snapshot (the
lens being well "stopped ,doTrn") right
into the eye of the lightHfThe plate
thus obtained should be "slightly un-
derdeveloped. If all has gone well the
resulting negative will supply a picture
exactly resembling a moonlight effect,
and by carefully gumming a small cir circle
cle circle of opaque paper upon the film one
is able to print out the '"moon" into
(the bargain.
Photographs in which the snow ap appears
pears appears to be falling are usually produc produced
ed produced by artificial means. If the subject
is to be a portrait the sitter should be
garbed appropriately and, placed be before
fore before a wintry background. When the
negative is obtained it f-hould be dried
and well varnished, then, placed flat j
upon a table with the film side upper uppermost.
most. uppermost. Take a soft toothbrush charged

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Telephone 37
The Carmichael Sc Sons O
l6 X. Magnolia Street
Ocala, Fla.

see
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with rather tmcK moia lhii aim car carmine
mine carmine mixed up with water and draw
it over the teeth of the comb, which
should be held some tittle distance
I from the negative. If this operation
is carefully managed the result will be
an irregular spattering of the pigment
upon the varnished film, and when tbis
is dry a print will be produced which
looks just as though the negative had
been taken in a snowstorm.
Photographs of the class in which
ghosts or visions- appear may be "fak "faked"
ed" "faked" in several ways. The first of these
may be described in the duplicate ex exposure
posure exposure method. Suppose, for example,
we wish to photograph a man inside a
bottle which will hold no more than a
pint of liquf'l To ci'ish this ap apparently
parently apparently impossible feat proceed as
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with similar background. While fo focusing
cusing focusing take care to mark out what will
be the bottle's boundaries on the plate
by fixing little pieces of gummed paper
to tbe ground glass screen of the cam camera.
era. camera. Then get your man to stand or
sit in a chair upon a black cloth with
a smooth black curtain behind him
Focus upon him so that he falls within
the boundaries of the bottle, this be-
ing easily managed by means of the
gummed paper guides. Finally expose
the plate which has already been used
to photograph the bottle, and when
this is developed your friend will duly
appear Inside.
This method will be found in prac practice
tice practice to explain many pictures which at
first seem very astonishing. To make
a "vision fake" arrange a little scene,
such as a bare room with an empty
hearth, with your model sitting list listlessly
lessly listlessly in the foreground. Make your
, ,
ful to mark out on the ground glass
screen the space into which the vision
mu.it fall. A dark curtain or dark j
woodwork should occupy this splice
in the first picture. Now procure a
sheet of dead black paper, mount it
evenly i-pou stiff card and with a little
ate vision.
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an art.st friend to help you. but see ;
that the sketch is placed in the crreet 1

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j wagon wheel, though of smaller di- j and sent word to the defenders of bis
j ameter. These were not submitted to j dignity to sink the English gunboat
spot i. e., the spot wtn'cn you nave the drop test that is now universal j and put the insolent captain in the
arranged for it to occupy in the finish-1 and were of a dangerously light pat-' dungeon.
ed picture. When the sketch is finish I tern. The result was that often inte- There was an old fort near the pal paled
ed paled set it up before the camera, focus! I'ior defects in tbe casting would pass! ;lt( ou tj,e walls of which were
and see that it falls within the requir unnoticed until the wheel broke and' mounted a few rusty caution. Tbe
ed boundary upon the screen. Then' the train was ditched. It took a bad j defenders of the sultan tried to fire

expose atram the t ate which has al-f
ready done duty and if no miscalcula-1
tions have been made an interesting i
"vision" picture will result. j
The ghost "fake" may be made in
exactly the same way. only in this,
case an appropriate scene would be a!
deserted churchyard, with your model
posing in an awestruck attitude be beside
side beside a tomb. In all photographs of,
this kind the reader should bear in
mind that a dead black background

does not appreciably affect the sensi- were no double track railroads in those
tized plate, but a show plate should be davs- !,Iul trains had to lie out on sid sid-nsed
nsed sid-nsed whpnpvor thi u nnihio a ir I ings nid wait for the train bound in

this means any slight tendency to
"fog" will be obviated. Scientific
Ameiican.
Plain Talk From Home.
t i ..
x uusm to w suuimeij nappy, me,
youth wrote to the home people. "1
don't see much business ahead, but 1
have my diploma and my books."
Whereupon the "old man" wrote
him
"Put the diplomy in a frame, make a'
pillow of the books, then rise up early!
and hit some good hard licks for threej
square meals a day."-Atlanta Consti-i
tBtion
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Great minds are wills, others only
wishes. German Proverb.
WOMEN WHO GET DIZZY
Every woman who is troubled
with dizzy spells, backache, head headache,
ache, headache, weakness, debilitv, constina-
tion or kindey troubles should uses
Electric Bitters. They give relief
when Eoth5n? ese win; improve the
health, adding strength and vieor
from the first dose. Mrs. Laura
Gaines, of Avoca. La., says:
"Four
doctors had
;nen me up and rav
children an
looking for i
id all my friends were
me to die. when mv son
insisted that I use Electric Bitters.
I did so, and they have done me a
world of sood."' .Tnr trv rhm r.im
aad $1 at aI druJfeists or bv
H, E Bucklen & Co.. Philadel-Ma
or St. Louis. Ad

EARLY RAILROADS

j Mexican Cutthroats.
; j Every body in Mexico goes about arm-
i In the Days When Making a ReC- Even the passenger trains on most
1 ... n .. -of tbe railroads are guarded by detach-
I OrC Was QUlte an Event. cents of soldiers who ride in special
! j cars, while on every station platform
! ir)0 .... ,.... ... i are seen rural guards armed with cara cara-;
; cara-; FIRST MILE A MINUTE TRAIN.! bines ready for an emergency. For-

. eigners have to adapt themselves to
. ... , the custom of going about firmed or
Th.s Honor Was Cla.med by Two fIse maUe themselves unfavorably con con-Roads,
Roads, con-Roads, the Boston and Maine, With spieuous in the eyes of the natives,
the Locomotive Antelope, and the it was a novel experience, however, to
Mohawk and Hudson, With the Davy see railroad surveyors, when occupied
Crockett. j with their peaceful work, armed to the
m teeth with knives and revolvers. As a
The hrst achievements of American . -
matter or fact, arms were rarelT re-

j railroading are, in the greater number ;
i of rases, lost in the obscurity of tradi-
tion. and there has sprung up a host J
of interesting stories that go the
rounds like Homeric tales. The honor j
of having created a record or a custom I
j iuui mis uun vuiujuuiuu iao uau
1 i i a
many claimants in nearly eery in instance.
stance. instance. Take the first train to run a mile a
minute. Tbe Antelope, an engine on
; the Boston and Maine railroad, accord-
ing to one of the most cherished of
these legends, pulled the first train
that made this record. Her run was
between Boston and Lawrence, a dis distance
tance distance of twenty-six miles, and one
day in 1S4S she Is said to have made
ber last fourteen miles in thirteen min minutes
utes minutes But It ts Just as earnestly upheld
! that the Davy Crockett of the Mohawk
i and Hudson railroad has this distinc- j
! tion. The Daw Crockett was the
1
pride of the road in her day. It is said I
tfiat ber engineer. David Matthew.
! loved her better than he did his fam-
ilv. But she reached the pinnacle of
' 1
her fume locally when in 1S32. six-1

teen years before the Antelope was A.
. , his watch, money and other things.
heard of, according to this other story. I . it 0
. e ., land the astonished thief, who was
she covered a fourteen mile straight-1 ,, 4. . ...
. . . it,-, probablv for the first time in his life
away level stretch between Albany
. , . .... .,. treated to the novelty of being trust-
and Scueuectadv in thirteen minutes; ..... . ..
. f t 1 .-a ed, not onlv let the engineer have the
sind made one stop for water besides. 1 t 1 1
. ... ... t, best in his house, but handed him back

year mentions having done better than
a mile a minute with her on several
occasions.
Running an engine at a mile a min minute
ute minute in those days was many times
more dangerous than it is now. Three-
quarters of a century ago the rails 5
were li.uht strips of iron spiked down j
to all sorts of ties. There were no tie
or fish plates then, and in hot weather j
especially the sleepers and the rails
would warp in the torrid sun and pull
apart.
Not infrequently the ends of tbe light
rails would curve upward from the
track, forming the much dreaded
"snake heads" which were the horror
of engineers and passengers alike.
Manv tales are told of "snake heads"

' springing up under the jolting train.' :1 salary from the English govern-
piercing the flimsy car floors and im J r. cut. but someday he will be deposed,
j paling passengers in their seats Until! i ihere will be no further pretense
j a remedy was found for these "snake : :, sultan having anything to do with
i heads" by using better fastenings audi government. The old palace of
j more seasoned ties a large force of; -u. sultan an ugly affair, which looks
men was continually employed to walk i r.ke a boar ing house is used for of of-!
! of-! tbe tracks and na'il tbem clown i fj. es .by the British. Near the palace
j Broken car wheels were another ever ; js the harem, now deserted, since the
i present danger in those remote days, j present sultan has but one wife.
I The present standard gauge is said to The sultan, who had trouble with the
j nave been originally established by : English, was educated in England and
! taking the distance between tbej spent much of his time and all of his
j wheels of the carts used on English j revenues in Paris. One day an Eng Eng-I
I Eng-I highways. For the same reason, ap j ;ish gunboat sailed into the harbor.
J parently. the first rolling stock was j and the captain told tbe gay sultan
equipped not with solid wheels, bt j that he had been ousted. The sultan
j with cast iron models of the wooden j resented the high handed proceeding

acciueni. in w uicu u uumuei ui
p!e weie killed, so runs the tradition,
to brii; about the testing of car
wheels by tapping them.
Heal time saving in running trains
did not begin until ISol. Charles Mi Mi-not.
not. Mi-not. superintendent of the Erie railroad,
was one of those given credit for in inaugurating
augurating inaugurating telegraph signals for the
handling of trains.
lie was in the cab of a passenger
train one day. so tbe story goes. There
the oonosite direction to come along.
However long the delay, the train on
the siding waited
On this particular occasion Minot's
train took its siding. The operator at
the little countrv station strolled over.
" :
site direction had got stalled on the
remarKinz mai iuc naiu m i." vfi'
grade some fifty miles down the line
and that it would be two or three
hours before she could patch up her
k'ak-v fitJes and -ct powcr enOUsb l
chmb the mU .
Minot was in a hu"7' a?d
to telegraph down the line that the
train he was on would not wait at the
siding, but would proceed for station
i agents to watch out for the other train
and have it wait on tbe siding nearest
the spot where they would meet. The
engineer refused point blank to take
any such risk, saying that it was
against all railroad law and custom.
Minot finallv discharged him. put him
off the engine and ran the train him
self to the end of tbe division, keeping
posted bv telegraph at each station.
Everything worked out just as be had j
planned and was s satisfactory that i
he at once inaugurated a system of j
moving all trains on telegraph signals, j
Thaddeus s Dayton in Chicago Bee-1
ord-Herald
Within oneself mu-t be the source
of strength, the basis of consolation.
Marcus Aurelius

RATTLED THE BANDIT.

Curious Experience With a Band of
quired in Mexico as a means of de
feDse. As everywhere else, it is well
to remember, however, to keep cool
and forget that you are armed in case
of a quarrel.
In tnis connection the principal locat
ing engineer of the road had an expe experience
rience experience at which he displayed some
nerve. He had to make a reconnois reconnois-sance
sance reconnois-sance of a mountain range called the
Sierra Gorda. said to be infested with
cutthroats, lie was warned to let the
district alone, but duty prevailed, and
he went When reaching a rancho
near the summit at sundown "he and
his attendant were met by four men
whose law breaking propensities re
quired no further introduction than
j their faces. They took hold of the
i party's horses, told the engineer and
i his attendant to dismount and made
vvere there for business.
The engineer complied smilingly, and.
going up to the leader, mystified that
individual by asking him to step aside.
ara told tnat is unsafe to traTel
? tbose mountains." he whispered.
l ou not tnererore oonge me oy
- .. ..
11 c rnm oir nnl rvT rnnr rmf Until
. -tt tt ,
his property in the morning and fur furnished
nished furnished him with two cutthroats to
serve as an escort during the rest of
his journey. Max T. Schmidt in En Engineering
gineering Engineering Magazine.
CAPTURING ZANZIBAR.
Serlo Comic Battle That Deposed the
Gay Sultan.
j Zanzibar reminds every visitor of
the towns described in "The Arabian
i Nights." It is a typical Arabian town.
and there seems to be a mystery and
a romance behind every door. The
town was ruled for hundreds of years
by a sultan until the Euglish took
charge.
There is still a sultan, who receives
, mes-e ai iuusu uuuuai, uui
burst, one by one. and almost wiped
out the sultan's defensive force. The
captain of the English gunboat then
began dropping shells into the palace
and. with one solid shot, sank the sul
tan's navy a small vessel which car carried
ried carried fofir guns. F. W. Howe in Howe's
Monthly.
Going Astray at Sea.
It is no easy matter to keep a mod modern
ern modern steamship on a straight course.
The helmsman steers by the compass,
and while a single degree of deviation
appears very small on the compass
card it would, if continued, carry a
fast steamship four miles out of her
course in a single day's run. Yet the
compass gives the course more accu
rately than the ship can be steered.
i thu HofW-tin- nnwpr of the
"-- -'
waves and the rolling of the ship, the
course is continually saiiieu a uiue
this way and that despite the helm.
Harper's Weekly.
A Philosopher's Purpose.
"1 am looking for an honest man."
said Diogenes.
"What do you want with one?"
"Oh. nothing in particular! My teal
philanthropic purpose is to show the
world Ikw to conduct a long and re re-sultless
sultless re-sultless inve.tu:ntion with as little ex expense
pense expense as possible.'" Washington Star.
Suggestive.
r-y I wish to buy some paper. J
i -!t fill sii:d :i:n going to propose
ii?i:g l.idy by letter Clerk This
s.;f ti":iery store 1 guess you're
t.! :t hardware store Percy -,
.u-:;:-- -Tore: lerk- Yes: you
: s;Ip:!p--r .lu le.
Csuse and Ef'ect.
'. : :;:- ofl'tt is nothing but
- r: rtafnly. sir! It was
morning!" l.'T!m An

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

FOR SALE Two passenger auto automobile.
mobile. automobile. Fully equipped and in good
condition. Will be sold reasonable.
Address, "Auto," care Star office.tf
FOR SALE 350 acres catover
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 Dun-nellon.
nellon. Dun-nellon. For information write J. G.
Baskin, Dunnellon, Fla. 9-30-lm
FOR RENT Six room cottage
with bath, etc. corner Watula and
South Seventh streets. Apply -at
Southern Express Office. 9 4-tf
WANTED At once, man with
family for general farm work Ap Apply
ply Apply H. H. Whitworth. 9-25-tf
FOR RENT A six-room cottage
at 509 Tuscawilla street, across from
the primary school building. Apply
to Dr. R. D. Fuller at his ofilce over
Munroe & Chambliss Bank. 10-6-tf
COTTAGES FOR RENT For col colored
ored colored people; conveniently located in
desirable part of town; all new; $6
and $8 per month. Apply to "W"
care Star. 10-15-ti
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
county. Also 556 acres of good land
adjoining. Will sell at a bargain.
Apply or write to G. A. Howes, New New-burn,
burn, New-burn, Suwannee Co., Fla. 10-15-lm
FOR SALE Ten room house on
Fort King avenue. Geo. R. McKean,
Box 226, Tampa, Fla. 10-15-12t
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. 10-17-6t
i
BILL BOOK LOST Lost' on the
streets Saturday, a long, black
leather note or bill book with pap papers;
ers; papers; on outside of book, "No. 20
Never-Break Range Company, Belle Belleville,
ville, Belleville, 111." Finder will please leave
at Florida House and receive reward.
S. M. Protho. 10-27-3dt
WANTED Position as salesman
in Ocala, grocery preferred, by sales salesman
man salesman of four years' experience in
stores and on road; reference furnished.-
Address, Salesman, 137
Winter Place, Jacksonville, Fla.
10-27-otd
TPS
Metropolila
mi
apany,
Banker ss,
Give some reasons why an account
opened with that institution will
prove profitable:
IT WILL
Establish your credit;
Encourage the saving habit;
Give feeling of independence;
Assure absolute safety
Give guarantee against financial an annoyance;
noyance; annoyance; Put you in position to take adran adran-tage
tage adran-tage of business opportunities.
The Metropolitan Co.
BANKERS,
OCALA, FLORIDA
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Foit King Camp No. 14 meets in
Tonge's Hall at S p. m. every second
Fridaj-. Visiting sovereigns always
welcome. J. F. Thompson, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. Ad
Next meeting Friday night, Nov. 14.
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.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 29; O. E. S..
meets at Yonge's hall the first Fri Friday
day Friday evening at 7:20 o'clock and the
third Friday afternoon at 2:30, of
each month.
Mrs. Emma C. Burnett, W. M
Miss Florrie Condon, Secretary.



EIGHT

THE OCA LA EVEXIXG STAR, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1913

LimcMe'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. LuicMe,
Proprietor
Building formerly occupied by Idea
Theater.

Mclver & MacKay
Funeral Directors
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
Fine Caskels and Burial Robes.
D. E. MclVER and C. V. ROBERTS
Funeral Directors
All Work Done by Licensed Em Em-balmers
balmers Em-balmers and Folly Guaranteed
PHONES:
D. E. McIVR
C. V. ROBERTS .
Undertaking Office.
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ing Painting Neatly and Cheaply Done.
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Call Phone 285
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Ocala, Florida
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A PERSON
OF SOME
IMPORTANCE

By
LLOYD 0SB0URNE
Copyright. 1911. by the Bobbs-Merrill
Company
a a ixi auny, uui it u uae tu wait,
aid Matt 'I haven't a minute to
spare. Please let go my wheel.
"But it can't wait'" exclaimed the
Btranger with indignant animation.
"You do not realize what you're saying
or tbe issue there Is at stake. I simply
must insist. Mr. Brougbton yes, sir. 1
must insist."
"So must I. returned Matt angrily.
"Tell me what you want in two words
and I'll give you an unswer In one
and let go my wheel."
Matt fully thought the stranger wou.'d
take fire at this, but he did not. In Instead
stead Instead anxiety spreed over his upturned
face.
"Where are you going?" he asked.
"A short drive to pay a call."
"Then let me take his place." plead pleaded
ed pleaded the stranger, indicating the driver.
"We can talk on the way and on the I
way back. For God's sake, young man.
don't go on thwarting me like this! I
can't tell you how pressing it all is.
how peremptory and urgent. Only half
an hour if you knew what was at stake
you could not refuse half an hour.'
Matt was thunderstruck. Such im importunity
portunity importunity was startling, yet he had not
a moment to spare if he were to be on
time at Fair Oaks. Nothing should
come between him and Fair Oaks, and
the delay already incurred put him In
a fever. "Go on." he cried to the
driver, and with that the expostulating
gentleman was deserted in the middle
of the road, with his message still un unsaid
said unsaid and his arms waving madly after
the retreating carriage.
Matt was very much thrilled and
tantalized, but at last came to the
conclusion that he had been mistaken
for some one else. Nobody could want
to see him on a matter so secret that
it could not be divulged except in pri
vate. Though possibly and here was
an idea he was again the victim of
those newspaper lies, the "Kanaka
king" and all the rest of it. He put
his visitor out of his mind and settled
back to dream of Miss Marshall with
mingled torment and joy.
They passed through a stone gate gateway
way gateway of a massive and towering design
that reared its head like a mausoleum
In the lonely woods. The winding road
led through more, and was so narrow,
that the trees met overhead and the
air turned chill in the defile below. It
was a very big place, the driver said said-miles
miles said-miles and miles of it. and he flicked
his whip in the direction of unintel unintelligible
ligible unintelligible local landmarks. It hadn't been
worth taxes till the wood pulp busi business
ness business began, and now even the stump stump-age
age stump-age would bring all of $10 an acre.
"A stroke of luck for the general
wasn't it. what with pulp getting
dearer every day though he just let
it lie like it was. and did nothing.
Thousands and thousands of dollars in
wood pulp and stumpage. and as good
as money in the bank."-
Matt suffered under these reflections:
it made him feel more of an IntrudeT
than ever, poorer and of less account
Who was he to be driving through such
unnumbered acres of wood pulp and
daring to lift his eyes, however tim
idly, to its owner's daughter? It em emphasized
phasized emphasized his presumption, and every
tree became a new barrier, abhorrent
to look upon. It was in a very crushed
humor, indeed, that he approached the
lawns and shrubberies, the tortuous
brick walks and at last the house itseli
a stately old colonial structure, with
that dignified frontage of classic white
columns so dear to our forefathers and
so expressive of their lives and aspira aspirations.
tions. aspirations. Matt descended, dismissed the con conveyance
veyance conveyance with the thrifty intention of
walking home and turned to mount the
wide, high steps. He was greeted at
the top by Miss Marshall, who seemed
to sprng up from nowhere, smiling and
radiant and bewitching to look at in
her boyish riding costume Her father
and she had just got back and. oh. so
afraid that he might have been made
to wait papa having met a long lost
lovely friend in a teuf-teuf and a tiger
coat and wanting to remain the rest of
the week to talk to her. But they must
g right in. or papa would be at the
muffins and disgracing himself. Papa
was terribly elemental about muffins.
Amid this laughing cordiality Matt
found himself being guided through a
lofty hallway, lined with books and
engravings, to a large, low ceilinged
room, where the old. general, also in
riding dress, was standing before a log
fire and refraining in the most ex exemplary
emplary exemplary manner from any premature
onslaught on the tea table. Tlii-; in
spite of the fact that it stood temvt
ingly near by. gleaming with old silver
and set about with red roses
What were Matt's sensations as he
sat beside Miss Marshall on the sofa,
balancing a teacup on his knee and
stealing little sidewise looks at her?
The dismalest imaginable, it must be
confessed. She was prettier than he had
remembered her maddeningly pretty,
ami verv mark of her consideration

Men Welcome
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A Duty tlxat Every Man Owes to Those
who Perpetuate the Race.

It is just as important that men shouH
know of TirunPs;ve mfthol.s in advance ct
motherhood. The suffering-, pain and dis distress
tress distress incident to ehild-bearinsf can be easily
avoided by having at hand a bottle of
Mother's Friend.
This is a wonderful, penetrating, exter external
nal external application that relieves all tension
upon the muscles an-1 enables them to expand
without the painful Ktrr'n i;pm the liga ligaments.
ments. ligaments. Thus tln re Is .-, ilod all those ner nervous
vous nervous spell ; the tonc!-n' t- nausea or morn morning
ing morning sickness is counteracted, and a bright,
sunny, happy dispositi n is preserved that
reflects wonderfully upon the character and
temperament of the little one sooh to open
Its eyes In bewilderment at the Joy of his
arrival. You can obtain a bottle f
"Mother's Friend" at any druj? store at
J1.00, and it will be the best dollar's worth,
you ever obtained. It preserves the moth mother's
er's mother's health, enables her to make a quick
and complete recovery, and thus with ro ro-newed
newed ro-newed strength she will ea?rly devoti
herself to the care and attention whici
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Write to the Bradfield Itegulator Co., 121
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er a Friend to-day.
came as a fresh stab, as a fresh reali
zation of the gulf between them.
He was constrained: he knew he w-as
not appearing at his best: he seemed
to feel her artifices to draw him out
to overcome his awkwardness, to dis
play him to some advantage before
her father. But those old. profound
eyes were not to be deceived and had
the look of wondering at her trouble
An ex-ambassador could read a young
man like a book even while eating
muffins and joking about tiger skin
ladies in teuf-teufs. It appeared that
a teuf-teuf was an automobile. Matt's
ignorance of the word seemed to stamp
him as a boor What a misfortune he
had never heard of it before He
made an anxious note of it for future
occasions, and then it came over him
with despair that there would be no
future occasions. lie would never see
Christine Marshall again. Thus alto
gether daunted and depressed how
hard it was to affect liveliness, to talk
about the islands, to try to hide that
grinding sense of failure.
He hoped afterward that he had not
talked too much about the islands. It
was all he knew to talk about. Canni Cannibals,
bals, Cannibals, fighting, pearl diving and the
shudderiug. bloody business of the
bark Moroa things that people usualij
liked to hear, especially from a sur
vivor of the last. The general with a
big laugh called him Captain Othello
a sally that induced Chris to repeat
Kith a whimsical acceptance that made
Matt's heart beat: "That it was
strange, most passing strange; 'twas
pitiful, 'twas wondrous pitiful" caus causing
ing causing him to flush and feel very self
conscious indeed, though thrilled, too
as those fine eyes turned on him sc
kindly and with such smiliug signiti
caiue How little she realized their
havoc on a poor devil who. then and
there, could have knelt down and kiss
ed the hem of her skirt with such
reverence and adoration that it would
have been an added rapture to iu
elude a pair of trim, small riding boots
as well and the very bit of carpet on
win h they stood. These thoughts,
however, were not good for sustained
and conventional conversation. Stick
as it was. it languished terribly at
times, and the general's mouth could
be seen to purse under his mustache
as though concealing yes a yawn
Captain Othello grew bluer and bluer
and more abstracted and constrained
until finally an unmistakable yawn
brought him to his feet.
(Continued Tomorrow)
An Iceless Refrigerator.
What might be termed an iceless
refrigerator has been invented by an
Oregon man, a doublc.-walled chest,
between the walls of which is packed
salt to protect its contents from sur surrounding
rounding surrounding worm cir.
A CONFESSION
Hope Her Statement, Made Public,
will Help Other Women.
Hines, Ala. "I must confess', says
Mrs. Eula Mae Reid, of this place, "that
Cardui, the woman's tonic, has done me
a great deal of good.
Before I commenced using Cardui, I
would spit up everything 1 ate. I had a
bred, sleepy feeiing all the time, and was
irregular. I could hardly drag around,
and would have severe headaches con continuously.
tinuously. continuously. Since taking Cardui, I have entirely
quit spitting up what 1 eat. Everything
seems to digest all right, and 1 have
gained 10 pounds in weight."
If you are a victim of any of the numer numerous
ous numerous ills so common to your sex, it is
wrong to suffer.
For half a century, Cardui has been re relieving
lieving relieving just such ills, as is proven by the
thousands of letters, similar to the above,
which pour into our ottice, year by year.
Cardui is successful because it is com composed
posed composed of ingredients which act specifically
cn the womanly constitution, and helps
build the weakened organs back to health
and strength.
Cardui has helped others, and will help
you, too. Get a bottle today. You
won't regret it. Your druggist sells it.
VTritf to : Chartanooja .Mei:cinc Co.. Lai's' Ad Advisory
visory Advisory Dept.. Chattanooga. Ter.r... for .iciol In In-StrwtkntS
StrwtkntS In-StrwtkntS on your case a.ii C4-ras:e took. "Horn.
I Treatment for Woaet." ser.t in pi;n wrar?. NC123

Up to Date Milkman.

"What are you giviug your cows now-
in me way or gaiactagogues. asKeu
the Irvington professor of the milk milkman
man milkman "Oh." said the milkman, who has
just been graduated from Purdue and
is not to be stumped by any Butler
college pedagogue. "tb'ir sustenance is
wholly of vegetable origin, rich in
chloropbyl and opulent iu butyraceous
qualities
"A pint, if you please." said the pro professor.
fessor. professor. "Git up." said the milkman. Indian Indian-ao!is
ao!is Indian-ao!is News.
The Speaker.
It was his power of protesting that
in the first place gave the speaker
the British house of commons his
name. For the early members were
not great at oratory and soon realized
the desirability of choosing a spokes spokesman
man spokesman with a ready tongue and the cour courage
age courage to argue with the king. Hence
came the title of "speaker." which was
first given to Sir Thomas Huugerford
in 137G.
Fairies.
How many kinds of fairy were
there? A good many. For an elf dif differs
fers differs from a troll, who must not be
confounded with a pixy. Then in ad addition
dition addition there was the kelpie, the gnome,
the brownie, the kobold. the nis and
the urisk a hairy Scotch spirit). Chi
eago News.
Circumstances.
You might as well expt one wave
of the sea to be precisely t'ne same as
the next wave of the sea as to expect
that there would be no change of cir circumstances.
cumstances. circumstances. This world has been led more by
footprints than guideboards. H. A.
Porter.
ECZEMA AMI ITCHING CURED
The soothing, healing medication
in DR. HOBSON'S ECZEMA OINT OINTMENT
MENT OINTMENT penetrates every tiny pore of
the skin, clears it of all impurities
stops itching instantly. Dr. Hob Hob-son's
son's Hob-son's Eczema Ointment is guaran guaranteed
teed guaranteed to speedily heal eczema, rashes,
ringworm tetter and other unsight unsightly
ly unsightly eruptions. Eczema Ointment is
a doctor's prescription, not an ex experiment.
periment. experiment. All druggists or by mail
50c. Pfeiffer Chemical Co., Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia and St. Louis. Ad
OPEN DAY AXD rttGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Loage Xo. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over the Jams Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcoi&e to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. D. W. Tompkins, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. R. S. Ad
THE FAMILY COUGH MEDICINE
In every home there should be a
bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery,
ready for immediate use when any
member of the family contracts a
cold or cough. Prompt use will
stop the spread of sickness. S. A.
Stid, of Mason, Mich., writes: "My
whole family depended upon Dr.
King's New Discovery as the best
cough and cold medicine in the
world. Two 50c bottles cured me
of pneumonia." Thousands of other
families have been equally benefit benefited
ed benefited and depended entirely upon Dr.
King's New Discovery to cure their
coughs and colds, throat and lung
troubles. Every dose helps. Price
50c and $1 All druggists. H. E.
Bucklen & Co., Philadelphia or ot.
Louis. Ad
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 cultivation;
tion; cultivation; house 40x40; barn 15x20; fif fifteen
teen fifteen acres pine timber; ten acres
hard wood; well watered; price,
$3,000.
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
For sweet milk, buttermilk, cream
land butter, call phone 482, Sanitary
' Milk Supply Co.. corner Fort King
and South Magnolia street. 10-1 7-tf
Desire to Be Free Is Wrong.
Oh, the worth of coercion in a daily
duty which must be done whether we
like it or not! The desire to be free
from "such compulsions is wrong. A3
well might the locomotive ask to dasb
out unrestrained over the prairie and
the bridge. The tracks which conf.ne
it continue it? usefulness and its life.
A lot of new Hart, Schaffner &
Mark suits just in at Waterman's.
They're the very latest designs.
Come and look then over. 9-22-tf
Cures C1J Sores, Other rter.cc.es Won't Cure.
j The worst cas s.co matter of how long stasdir
i ere cured by the wonderful, o!1 reliable I-
'rt-i 's Ar.tTep.ic Iie--3:r. Oil. li relies
j aia and llta;s atlfce I tii-ic. 25t.5Cc,;:.

CARLO AP

We have just unloaded
a carload of fine
Also a number of
Good Horses.

ffleks

We will be pleased to show you these fine ani animals
mals animals at the barn, and are prepared to make close,
prices on them.
This is the first carload of the season, selected in
person by Mr. Tompkins. Many other loas will
follow through the season, and our barns will be

well supplied at all times.
TiipMi
Phone 117
eod dly wkly

F. E. McCLANE, M. D.
SPECIALIST IX CHRONIC DISEASES
The Dr. McClane Medical, Surgical and
Electrical Institute
OCALA, FLORIDA.
PHONES Office, Xo. 333. Dr MoClane's Residence. No. 407.
Office Suite 1 to 7, Holder Block Southwest cor. Public Square.

HIOXEIL CMUKCMIIUL
Broadway and 14th street. Union Square.
NEW YORK.
Clean, Comfortable, Convenient and American Plan, $2 per day and up.
Home Like Hotel, on the Amer- European Plan, $1 per day and
ican and European Plans. up. Special Weekly Rates.
CHURCHILL & COMPANY.
9-5-2m

For KesiNs

fiVPAlT A cnimd MA10MMM

mum
Will P y Big Recard for Appre Apprehension
hension Apprehension oi Mrs. Wilson's
Assassin.

Two hundred ar 1 fifty dollars re reward
ward reward is effered by the county com
missioners of Marion county, Flor-j
ida, for the party or parties who
murdered Mrs. P. T. Wilson, four
and a half miles north of Ocala, on
i
the morning of October 2nd, at S
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

X Po (Gffllwsiy,

Comfort Lodge

The rest room which the Ocal merchants maintain for the use
of our out of town visitors who are in the city for a few hours
with no'hing to do is located on the corner of Fort King avenue
and South Main street, opposite the Theus-Zachry furniture
store. The ladies eiecially will 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.

FOR

Mlgflhi Grade IRrimtliogf
Call at the STAR JOB 0FFIC

OF MULES.

& Col)!)
Ocala, Fla.
You should use our Unclass
ified Column to place your
needs before tbe public
black mustache, height about 5 feet
six to eight iiches; wearing blue
jumper, light or gray colored hat,
about Xo. 7- shoe; going in easterly
direction from Wilson home. Com
municate all information to
J. P. Galloway,
CTVioriff Tnrinn Pnnntv TTlnrifa
There will be further rewards for
the arrest of this man offered by the
city of Ocala and private individuals,
making the total rewards offered a
very substantial sum of money.