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The Ocala evening star
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VOL. 20.
OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 80. 1913
NO. 136

OCALA

III FAVOR

EARLY ACTION
Full Speed Ahead on the Currency
Bill Called for by Senator
Fletcher

'great. It is the height of absurdity
New York, Oct. 30. The World tQ impy a p0i?sibiHtv of inc0nipe-
publishes the following sentiments ; tency, or worse, to any member of
of Senator D. U. Fletcher of Flor- such a board, but even if one or
ida in regard to the pending cur- two or three or fPur of them should
x-.,. a. y., A. be bad or inefficient men no great
rency bill. Mr. Fletchers article is , , T
harm could be done by them under
one in a series that the World has tn; vn
obtained of the expressions of opin-i if there should arise a suspicion of
ion of leading public men. Senator That sort as to any of them the trou trou-Fleteher
Fleteher trou-Fleteher savs: bla would be corrected in less time
T ,, : , than we now take talking about it.
I am earnestly in favor of prompt,
Consider a recent experience. We
early action. I think delay is T.ost created a great coart Judge3 were
unfortunate from every standpoint, selected for it. One of them fell un-
1 The president was absolutely right der suspicion. Result, speely im-
Mn counselling the two measures at Peachment. and following that, the

the Terr beginning of
drawn-out extraordinary
ways than one t session
this
long
in mere
lie had
good reason to anticipate much
quicker' action cn the tariff bill, an I
iuc uaur. ami ouiiciiw. i." ill UUI.l
be ready for immediate action after
the tarifT Mil Pd. He k. th,
business interests of the countrv and
the banking and currency bill would
bu
the people generally nee lei both'
measures and needed them now. i
The reduction of duties and other'

reforms in the tariff bill .have not i
produced the depression predicted ImuUeiteiit Confession of the Tarn Tarn-by
by Tarn-by opponents of the measure. But 1:,t.v s?i t.:.t n n-i rmiuo

the banks have exercised a caution j
regarding credits, giving as a reason

the necessity for readjustments f ol-j New York, Oct. 30. Nobody saw saw-lowing
lowing saw-lowing the banking and currency Charles F. Murphy, leader of Tarn Tarn-legislation
legislation Tarn-legislation which has affected more many Hall, return to Anthony Erady

less all monetary transactions, as,
ere were a scarcitv of monev
eason for unwillingness to
accommodations. This situa-
ught to be improved and the
air, relieved by passing the pend-
b.l, either as it came from the'
iseor with amendments which it
s thought will make it better,

X

prompjy. at ueimonico s cn tne occasion wnen
t It is coneded by the bankers, the th? money was returned, although
experts, th; business people and he d'd not see the money exchanged,
quite universally that our present! "Why did you return the money?"
reserve sytem is antiquated and he. was asked.
full of vices. "Because the governor had refus-
Why shmld a bad system be eon-ied it and I did not want to be under

iriued fori day longer than the time
sarilv required to remedy it?
admitted that the country
present system changed

Siting in uncertainty andj"d not even open the package.
1 IT.. 1 1 1 1 1

n.
prolong the suspense for an
riving! hour?
y play into the hands of those

vould make capital out of ourweI1 aid that he had been assured
' A 1 A.

fre to act"

'he overwhelming weight of the.lease after Sulzer'was removed.

"ost trustworthy opinion and judg
Tment is that the general principles
of the pending bill are sound and
nought to be written into law. Sure
ly the difference as to details ought
to-be cojmposed and settled upon
without s"ich- delay as tends to give
the impression that there is a fixed
purposo to defeat any legislation on
the subject. I do not mean to crit
icise any cne. I speak more from
wr't I believe to be the viewpoint
, T the private citizen.

v .It appears that the bankers object iel Simmons caused a very small
principally to the constitution of. vote, overwhelming majorities were
the federal reserve board. They ( cast in favor of the initiative, refer refer-complain
complain refer-complain about the proposed gov- endum and recall and for the repeal
ernment control. They seem to lose of the city sewer law.
sight of the fact that under the'
present laws there is supervision of(MIAMI BOY HURT
the banks, first through the direc- AT COLUMBIA COLLEGE
tors and then through the comptrol-
ler of the currency and the secre-; Lake City, Oct. 23. Otto Holmes,
tary of the treasury. jof Miami, fell from a trapeze in the
They seem to make no objection gymnasium yesterday at Columbia
to the existing restrictions and limi-i College and is in a critical condition

tatiens and supervision and control;
a system under which the comptrol-
ler rraciically -has the power to place

P- T jk lnTT( Lend a distinctiveness t(
Aiyi lv other way. You owe it tc
iiiuu A L55tle Downand a
beautiful, stone and you have it for your own
mounted in beautiful gold settings that enhance th
You cannot afford to miss this splendid chano

a receiver in charge of almost any
cue of them without notice.
It seems to be absurd to complain
of such a board being composed of
the secretary cf the treasury, the
comptroller, the secretary of agri

culture, with four others to be nam-'
ed by the president, "one of known
banking exnerience." and not more
;than two of whom enall be of tne
same political faith. Its powers are
; clearly defined and are none too
actual abolition of the court itself.
The government shouLd issue the
currencv ani exercise the power and
authority provided for in this bill.
There is every reason calling for
th9 command, '-Full speed ahead!"
MnTLICD VCAO ST
All! HlTl KM A
r
--a - .... -
luil uence on Public Affairs
the 25.000 of Brady's money which
Y 1 Tl I 1 T A
Juug tamuei uearusiey or tiea
had given Murphy after William Sul-
zer had refused it. Murphy said so
himself. He added that he did not
even count the money.
However, Murphy continued. Phil-
ip Donohue, treasurer of Tammany
Hall, saw Murphy meet Mr. Brady
an:' obligations."
"How was the money returned,
by check or cash?" 1
"Just as I received it, in bills. I
i -uuipuy was asheu 11 ne careu
'to comment on the application made
by Stephen J. Stilwell to Governor
suizer for a pardon, in which Stil-
ma; lainmany wouia procure nis re-
j "If he keeps on talking like that,"
Murphy said, "they will add another
J'ear to him."
! Stilwell has yet to serve most of
his four-year sentence for bribery.
j
JACKSONVILLE HAS
A1K)PTEI) THE RECALL
J
i Jacksonville Metropolis: Although
elimination of the proposed charter
change from Tuesday's election by
:the decision of Circuit Judge Dan-
suffering with convulsive attacks of
the muscles, but attending physicians
think he will recover.

E DOCTRINE
REVISED A!
E
President Wilson's Declaration has
Immensely Strengthened
America's Position
Atlanta, Oct. 30. President Wil Wilson's
son's Wilson's speech yesterday at Mobile was
epochal; it will live in history as the
"Mobile declaration," declared Sec-
retary of the Navv Josephus Daniels:
J
here yesterday. j
"It was a logical and necessary j
addition to the Monroe doctrine.
That doctrine still is our pillar of
cloud, but since the United States
acquired Porto Rico, the Philippines
and Panama canal zone, there has
been a growing suspicion that we
growing suspicion that we
were falling Into the ways of some
other nations; that we were using
the Monroe doctrine to keep other
nations out of Latin-American re republics,
publics, republics, but would go in ourselves
whenever we felt like it.
"The Mobile declaration effectu effectually
ally effectually has put an end to any such
thought,, it has shown Europe whore
we stand, and should allay suspicion
for all time and bring us into closer
spiritual relationship with the coun countries
tries countries to the south."
THOKOUC.IILY KX-JOYMI)
HIS SOUTH KISX TRIP
Wilson Took Hand Wearied with
Greetings Back to Wa'ii:ij;,t!m
Washington, Oct. 30. President
Wilson returned to the capital last
night from Mobile, and motored im immediately
mediately immediately to the White House. He
had nothing to say about Mexico.
On account of the many phases of
the situation that had arisen in his
absence the president, was unwilling
to say until he had conferred with
other administration officials what
would be the next step by the United
States.
When asked if the United States
would announce a new course of ac action
tion action to bring peace in Mexico or al-
low the previous repudiation of last
,
fixed policy, he said:
"I am not discussing Mexico at
present with anybody or making any
comments on the situation there.
The President told his friends
that he rarely had enjoyed a trip so
much as he did his journey to and
from Mobile. He had such a spon spontaneous
taneous spontaneous welcome everywhere en en-route
route en-route that he had a pair of weary
hands which had been pressed by
thousands during the day as his
j. i ii x- rt t :
uraiu spe i mi u urin aruiiim .,u
Virginia, unce me rresiaeni gut
uii, micuiicu icSo xnii iiiunc
the engine to see Engineer N. S.
Hunter proudly exhibit his locomo locomotive
tive locomotive with its gilded American eagle
on the headlight.
"Climb down backwards," ad admonished
monished admonished Engineer Hunter.
"I hate to back out of anything,"
laughed the President, as he des descended.
cended. descended. CROSS STATK CANAL
Tourists Will View Kverglades from
. m
1 ecK ci a nteamer
Sanford Journal: Inland voyages
through the tropical wonderland ot
extreme South Florida, traversing
the peninsula from the Gulf to the
Atlantic, will be afforded travelers
J after the middle of November. The
Mims Line is going to put the stern-
: wheeler steamship "Swan" on a run
between Fort Myers and Fort Lau-
derdale. It will take the Swan
two days each way to make
Leaving Fort Myers the stea
nose her way. up the Caloosi

ill

MOBIL

river. At Fcrt Thompson it willjmittee to visit what is known as the
steam through the drainage canals fDuebel lot on the west side of the
to Lake Hickpochee, from Lake Silver Springs road and adjoining
Hickpochee to Lake Okeechobee and ) Mr. Alfred Ayer's home to the east.

having crossed that vast inland sea,
will move through the canals to
docks at Fort Lauderda!e.
SELECTING A
SITE
Superintendent Krinst n Gives Good

, iare no undesirable settlements m
' Reasons for Choosing; Another .
" the vicinity and the topography of
Location jtv,e janij an(j tne natural surround-
To the Patroaa o the Qcaia Pul Uto are all that could be deslrei. It
Hc Schoo)s: j have reaJ j faces a street that will always be
egt the Qf RoQnev aa1 ;the most popular thoroughfare ot
Moorheaa ,n the on the un.;the city and where almost all the
dpsirjlll1pt,PS(S nf thA ,nt rbRt -i visitors to the cuy pass and where

desirableness of the lot that has
, , t.
been purohaseJ fcr the gke Qf th3
new school building and wish to say
that I agree with their criticisms
and more too.
When the committee cn selecting
the site had the matter linger con consideration
sideration consideration we :sitel tha lots that
were purchased for $G000 borrowe.1
by the county board for this. purpose
and I ac the time protested against
tho purchase as vigorously as 1
. r
knew how. My i rctests were us-
... j
availing and the purchase was male.
... e .T j
The criticism oi Mr. Mocrhead m re-
. , .
gard to the placing o: a building of
.
the size that will probably be erect-
, . . .
ed on a lot ct this size did not o
, . , .
cur to rue then but I think it is a
i- t i
valid ob:ection.
I objected to the site upon the
BTnnf?c rht tho inrotinn rn-
fair, taking into
consideration the
town's present growth and a reason-
able development in the future. The
lots were net desirable from the
standpoint of elevation, drainage
and attracth eness, and some o the
surroundings were thoroughly unde undesirable.
sirable. undesirable. In the matter of location the sites
are on the extreme southern side of
the city beyond the primary school
hiiiidin nn.i n it wMontii- Mneo tn
be of any' benefit in thematter of
supervision. It
; is inconveniently
pupils on the west
located for the pupils on the west
side nf th a r t. T?5,M-flv hnth in
. ,
the matter of distance and the char-
acter of streets by which they would
go as most of these streets would
cross the railroad where the cross-
are anjJ ther9
tracks. It is .also an unfair distance
for the pupils from North Ocala to
come. It is not at all centrally lo-
cated within the belt of probable
future settlement and in erecting a
plant of these dimensions regard
should be had for many years to
come as it will be vears before an-
othGr boni j?sue nf anv mnsidera-

h,e proportions can be votei and
marketed.
Th atoto whnni lau- savs that tho
school site should be dry, airy,
healthful and pleasant, also reason-
ably central and convenient of ac-
' ces for all who should attend the
school." The sites chosen do not
'fill the ideals nor requirements of
the state law. Instead of being dry
and airy they are low and flat where
it is said that water sometimes
I stands.
j In the matter of surroundings the
! entire west side of the northern lot
is faced by negro quarters just across
ithe street- The east side street of
i.. , , . ..
tae 101s 13 naraenei out tne sireei
leading down the west side is deep
sand and otherwise unattractive.
I felt at the time and have not en-
tirely gotten over it, that when the
county and district spend $50,000
or more down there, that we shall
have something that we should not
have to apologize for h'ould we take
a visitor to see. our school plant.
The question would of
course
d be a pref-
be purehas-
ced the com-'

The lot seemed to me to combine in
a very marked degree the essentials
of a desirable school block for Ocala.
It covers four acres in a square form
or has 420 feet on each side thus
giving ample room for buildings,
athletic grounds and school gardens
for which latter the soil is admira-

ibly adapted. It occupies a com com-j
j com-j manding elevation overlooking the
city and the elevation comes to a
point in the middle of the lot thus
j making the drainage perfect. There
a creditable school plant such as wet
hope to get would be a source of
perpetual pride to every citizen. To
my mind it also has the advantage
of location in that it is accessible by
roads and streets from every part
of the city and district. Everybody
expects the belt of future white set settlement
tlement settlement of the city to swing outward
to the south, southeast, east, north northeast
east northeast and north. With this making a
little mere than a half circle and
the primary building for the city al al-rca.ly
rca.ly al-rca.ly located in the southern part

,. ., j Grange Springs, Oct. 29. Mr. and
httle mere than a half circle andt,T TT ? N-
. Mrs. F. Holhster of Cowen, N. H.,
the primary building for the city al- J , w TT
- , . were guests of the Carlton House
ready located m the southern part .
, ; last Thursday.
2n- a primary school promise! mi T ,
, i Mr. R. II. Purdom, representing
tl e extreme northern part, the pro-i ,,.
,,..,,. the Ocala Grocery Co., was calling
posed site would just fall about mid-j
. , ion his friends Saturday. -
way of a part of a circle bounding T .
. Mr. J. L. Hanck of Illinois is a
is belt. , , A
homeseener who arrived last week
I T T. a 3 1. 1 1

il "io "'JjeL-iea us me otner mem-
dots or the committee that it wesj
LU J 1Gi ouc 111 'dIllLUldr 1 U1J
not ses U as they- T9 M-v m'ni jt
' possesses tha positive advantage ofi
getting the children out of the city
for their school hours instead of
congregating them closely at some
point inside. In this position I
am supported by the best modern
school thought.
mis lot couia nave oeen purcnas
el and 1 think il can -vet for 54,000,
ani 1 hope that the way may be
opened.. for .the authorities to agree
to sel1 the Present lots and purchase:
this one thus securin- as I see it,
11113 l"ua
an immeasurably mere desirable lot
for the purpose and at a savinsr
ua at a xMua

o Ann
the vaue is c'oncerliel and wculJ be
wel1 adapted to other purposes, anil
1 hope there is no word in this arti-

-vv"- eye. However, we are glad to report
The lots purchased are probably that the wound is getting better,'
well worth the price paid as far asithniisrh he is rtnt nhl tn resume hW

cI that cap be construed or in the.jng after some real estate.
slightest manner reflect upon the ex-j JIr. e. L. Holland of Ashville, N,

ceuent wmte people living m the
vicinity cr upon the desirability of
thir lots for residential purposes,
I cordially ask every patron of the
Ocala school and others who may
interested to visit the lots purehas-
ed and the suggested site and weigh
careluilv the nresent ana Drotaniet

future needs of Ocala for school fa-: visitor who recently arrived at Or
cilitiesand if 30U think a change in'ange Springs.
lots desirable, arrive at a method of j Mr. S. H. Convis of California-ii

making your wishes in the matter a guest of Pilgrim Inn.
known and if anything is done in j rs. W. F. Jordan entertained f
the matter it must be done very;spen;i the day party at her home
Quiek'ly. "Xear to Nature's Heart," last SaM
In conclusion I want to say that; urday. HeY guests were Mrs. Mary
the committee on purchasing the 'Creighton, Miss Hattie Carlton anc
site -was composed of several oflMiss Lois Massey. j
Ocala's most intelligent and estima-j Messrs. M. C. Jordan and Cyruf
b!e citizens and most competent and Livingston of Edgar enjoyed a camf1

successful business men for whom
have a feeling of very hearty re
.
spect ana esteem, tsui, nevertneiess,
I think that they made a grave mis
take in the selection of a school site
and I hope that some, satisfactory
adjustment of the question can be
arrived at. In case there should be
ao change made I shall devote my-
self as earnestly as possible to the
task erf getting the very best plant
that our-, means will secure at the
site purchased.
j Very respectfully,
J. H. Brinson.
County Superintendent.
t

e that is impossible for you to get in any
a DieixcEd if ycu csd, ard cur easy way
Until Paid For enables you to buy a
le money. Every one of our diamonds are
stone and increase their attractiveness,
miond.

PRESENTED CLAIM

PENSACDLT

Senator Fletcher Asked Secretary of
the Xavy to Restore Navy Yard
to the Deepwater City
Mobile, Oct. 30. Senator Fletcher
before the Southern Commercial
Congress publicly asked Secretary
Daniels if it was fair that the gulf
coast should have no navy yard. He
said that a crippled battleship, draw-,
ing thirty feet of water, could limp
into Pensacola harbor in the darkest
night, that Pensacola Bay could fur furnish
nish furnish anchorage for the entire navy
of the United States, that Alabama
had more coal and iron than Penn
sylvania and that Florida had great
forests of pine and hardwood. His
remarks were followed by great and
prolonged applause. Secretary Danj
iels replied that he would not be
true to his birth and the name he
bore if he did not deal fairly with
all parts of the United States.
OKAXGE SPRINGS
ani i
is a guest of the Pilgrim Inn.
Mr. J. D. Stetson of DeLand was
i registered at the Carlton House last
week.
Mr. F. M. Harp of Eureka was in
town Friday. He was en route to
Palatka.
Mr. C. A. Woods left last Satur
day for an indefinite stay in Area-;
dia. He was met in Palatka by Mr.
Henrv Edwards, who accompanied.
- t. ,m tn ,mHi1!Ihb
Mr L D Countermant of Wat-
Po1 o -4c?tn n
;gpring3 a gaest of the Carlton HouseJ
,n
Mast
a ball game, last Thursday
Master Phillip Bryden received an
anidontal Vilnvt' from tho hat w'hif'l
of1 j r w i.J
"Nmade a painful wound just above hir
6Chool & u
Mr. J. W. Jordan is an Illinois
visitor at the springs. He is lookH
c., is a pleasant visitor here. He
j3 a gUest of the Carlton House,
j invitations are out for the
'witches and zhnsts tn tell Miss
be'incv Pee-ram's friends sompthin? at'
her Hallowe'en party Friday evH
i 1
ning
a a ra,r nt n?
I 'cn the Oklawaha last week- j
- j Rev. P. W. Peck returned last
, . )
' 1 nursaay irom uiearwater, wnere n
- spent some time with his family.
MAniox-nuxN masonic lodge
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. 1
A. M. meets on the first and thirc
Thursday evenings of each month a
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
C. E. Simmons, W. M.
Jake Erown. Secretary. Ad
Fresh oysters daily, "any style.
Merchant's Cafe. J. R. Dewey.lO-3-ti

Why Pay More
A T .-" -0. "V
Fla.
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rrwo
THE OCALA EYEXIXG STAR. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1913
ISOTTLIXC WORKS SOLI
TO RUFU & I5EXVETT
MAKE YOUR PLANS TSSTTIsTO
OCALA OCCURRENCES

21.

Wliat is it:

lO-30-tf

See the desk

The Murray Co.

daily reminders at
10-30-3t

Postmaster Haney, of Burbank, is

at the Harrington.

"Twenty-One!" What is it? Wait,

taUch. 10-30-tf

John Z. Trent of Knoxville, Tenn.,
s at the Ocala House.

You can get the latest music at

The. Murray Company.

10-30-3t

C. B. Glazebrook and wife of Lan

sing, Mich., are at the Ocala House.

AVant to know what 21" is? Just

)xait and watch. 10-30-tf

Phillip Ellis now has a position at
he DeSoto hotel in Tampa.

Harry C. Miller of Pittsburg and j

Chas. W. White of Chicago are at j
the Harrington.

lilf; DAM.UiE SUIT RROUC.HT

Jf ::. & ("(.iijjiton ell to Gentlemen
from (ieorgia
Yesterday a very important busi business
ness business change took place and one of
the olie.-t established businesses in
the city changed hands.
i Mr. H. C. Jones, owner of most of
the stock of the Ocala Coco-cola
; Bottling Works, incorporated, with

Mr. J. H. Compton, a minority

disposed of the entire

mm

The Marion County Protective
Association, composed of all of the j
saloon men of the city, today in the ;
circuit court through their attorney j
Mr. H. M. Hampton brought suit fori

$30,000 damages against Mr. George stockholder

L. Taylor of the Taylor Printing Co. business to Messrs. Buff & Bennett, j
for the alleged printing of the fa- of Hawkinsville, Ga., practical hot-:

mous "Old Prophet" circular sent
out two or three days prior to the
election. Mr. Taylor, as soon a3 the
papers were served on him, sought
the services of his attorney, Mr. R.
L. Anderson, to represent him in the
suit.

HAXD COXCERT XOY. 7

The paid concert to be given by
the band at. the Temple Theater will
be Friday evening, Xov. 7. It is go going
ing going to be something extra excellent,
and all music lovers should attend.
Watch the Star for the program.

AX ARCH OF WELOME

IwiiCiii

TO BE HELD AT OCALA

All the late shapes and shades in

I Down at the foot of Magnolia

the Carmi-

a wooden

Ynan'a Foil hire era. inf in ot Wo i tct. u i. u:c i-ui'ici u;

Cr-t vnMN r.mv j chael & Son Co., building

the

W

i arch lias been erected the full width

T nrw'ifn,-,! the nim-.r fio-'noc. of the street and 3o feet high.- which

f llle drug' salesman, is at the

ington.

Typewriter papers and

fcheets, all kinds, at The

L-ompany.

liar-' iicii iimsxitu auu ntun if.i v.iu navt

on it in letters 10-i"eet high. "Marion
County Fair, Xov. 2"-2$." This arch
will be seen there by more people

seeonc
Murray
10-30-31

Jad Salts, the one that you are

kfter, can be had at the Court Phar

macy. 10-1 0-tf

In a short time "Twenty-One"

pill be the most talked of proposi-

ion' in Ocala. Watch for it. 10-30tf

Mr. W. B. Gallagher will spend

be balance of the week en route to
rlando, attending to business. He

Eft this afternoon in his Buick car.

than would

? it at any other loca

tion, as every passenger on the Sea Seaboard
board Seaboard Air Line trains can read it.
as well as others who pass over the
national highwav.

HAXDSOME XEW FIXTURES

Tney are worth looking at even if
ou don't buy those nobby Hawes
ad John B. Stetson hats at Water-

nan's haberdashery. 9-22-tf

The alarm of fire this afternoon

ras caused by insulation burning off

wire at the electric light plant. Xo
arm done.

"ICew, arrivals at Harley Bros.

iart, Schaffner & Marx suits for
hen at $14 to $20 per suit.l0-30-6t

Mr. D. S. Williams, Jr., reached

ome this afternoon after enjoying

delightful vacation of a month in
ew York City and other points in

few -York state with relatives.

The Hart, Schaffner & Marx ready

p wear clothing need no mtroduc-

on In Ocala. Waterman is exclus exclus-re
re exclus-re agent for this superior line. 9-22

Mr. C. C. Stevens, our good old

inner friend from Berlin, was in
wn today and paid the Star a call,
e says it is hog-killing time out
is way; that the farmers have fine

ops of corn and the Berlin section
a hog and hominy Canaan.

GARDEXGLO, an extract that is

plicate, fragrant and a lasting odor,

ade by Solon Palmer, $2 per ounce.

Hme can be had at the Court Phar-

acy. 10-10 tf.

Mr. Frederick Hocker, Ocala's

pungest attornej, pleaded and won

s" first case yesterday. It was he

re Justice Veal, at Cotton Plant,

is the leader in the long proces-

bn of legal victories that the Star

confident will come to this natur-

3y brilliant and well-read young
jwyer.

The Ocala Lumber & Supply Co.,
has made a new set of very hand handsome
some handsome wall fixtures for one side of
the Ocala House Wine Rooms retail
department. The cabinet is 25 feet
long and 10 feet high, and had to be
hauled and placed in position in sec sections.
tions. sections. In olden days such work
could uot have been done here.
Xow much of the handsomest work
of this kind in the city is made at
home. Mr. J. G. Swaim, the painter
and decorator, has the job of finish finishing
ing finishing the cabinet, which will be ma mahogany
hogany mahogany to match the elegant new
bar fixtures on the other side of the
room which Mr.McCorkle put in
this week.
v
Messrs. H. A. Fausett and C. V.
Roberts will be candidates for al aldermen
dermen aldermen in the third ward. Two ex excellent
cellent excellent citizens and first-class busi business
ness business men, and the ward will make
no mistake in electing either or
both.

You can get loose-leaf books from
25 cents up ,at The Murray Com Company.
pany. Company. 10-30-3t

'What is 21?"

10-30-tf

The special attention of the ladies
is called to those 14-button white
buck and Russian tan shoes at Lit Little's
tle's Little's Shoe Parlor. 10-27-Gt

"Twenty-One" is not 21 yet by
many years, but it will be "around
here when many other things are

10-30-tl

forgotten.

Uncomfortable, tired feet were
never known to be in the same
shoes with Rexall Foot Powder. 25
cents at Gerig's Drug Stores. 10-25

Rexall Cherry Bark Cough Syrup
11 relieve your cold or money
ck. For children and grown-ups.

Istes'good, too. Sold only at

rig's Drug Stores. 10-25

Rexall Liver Salts will relieve any

er- ailment and the loss of

ength and the other ailments

jused by it or money back. 25c.

d 50c. at Gerig's Drug Stores. 10-25

Mr. W. A. Baxley. the Croom nav-

stores operator, was in town yes yes-day,
day, yes-day, a guest at the Ocala House.

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

XOTICE
To Bond Holders of the Marion
County Hospital Association
Six per cent, interest coupons due
Xovember 1st, 1913, ma$- be pre presented
sented presented at the Monroe Chambliss
Rank for payment on that date.
10-2o-tf Ken Rheiuauer, Treas.

tling works people. Mr: T. H. Ben-j
nett, who has been in town for a few'
days to close up the transaction, left
for home today. Mr. Jones and Mr.
Compton will run the business for
the new owners for about three j
weeks, when Mr. Bennett and his
son-in-law, Mr. John L. Joyner, i
will move to Ocala and take charge, j
Mr. Bennett with his wife were here'
some time since and spent a week;
with Mr. and Mrs. Jones looking j
over the country and inspecting the j
plant. j
Messrs. Buff and Bennett have a
large plant at Hawkinsville and a;
smaller one at Cochran, Ga., both of'
which they will continue to operate.;
They will make no special change in
the Ocala Coco-cola Bottling Works'
except to keep the plant up to its
pasr excellent reputation. j
Mr. and .Mrs. Bennett. Mr. and
Mr.-. Joyner and their four children;
will come to Ocala to reside and are
.it-sirens of securing two cottage tc:
live in. They are most excellent'
peopl e a r. d .0 c a 1 a will give t h e ni a ;
war in welcome.
The Ocala Coco-cola Bottling 1
Works, then calle 1 the Ocala ljQt-;
tling Works and not incorporated j
was established thirty years ago by i
t

Renie R. Snowden. Two years later; 3
Mr. E. C. Smith joined him in the,
business and three years later Mr. II i

C. Jones took an interest with Mr.
Smith, and while he has been out of

the management once or twice since
for a short time, he has held a con

trolling interest in the business for!l

all of these years.
Mr. Jones has done well with the
plant, and better jet with real
estate investments and will not be
actively engaged in any business for

some time, and will take life easyj
and await a suitable opportunity forj
investment. He will feel somewhat i
lost without the business, having'

been so long connected with it.
Mr. Compton will probably look
for another location and go into bus business
iness business again an dwe hope he will con continue
tinue continue to reside in Ocala, as he is a
very excellent young man.
The Star hopes the new firm will
enjoy all posible success.

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Arrangements are being rapidly completed
for the Biggest and Best Fair ever held in Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. Exhibitors of Live Stock, Agricultural,
Horticultural, Industrial and Domestic Exhibits
are making application for space every day,
and every indication is that this seasons show
will be by far the best in the "history of the
Association. :
Special low rates have been
granted on all Railroads leading into
Ocala.
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For information address:

C. CARMICHAEL,
President

P. S. WILLIAMS,
Secretary

GEO. J. BLITCH,

Treasurer

OOAL, FLORIDA

A XEW WOOD YARD

Messrs. S. A. Moses & Bro., are
opening a new wood yard on the An Anderson
derson Anderson lot on north Magnolia street.

"What is 21

10-30-tf

PIANO TUXIXG

Guaranteed piano tuner at my
store for a few days, Prof. S. B. Har Harmon.
mon. Harmon. A. M. Lansford. 10-27-29-1

OCALA DIIAY CO.

Transfer of furniture, trunks or
baggage. Careful moving of all
kinds. Two of the best teams.
Freight hauled or shipped to any
place. Orders served at once, day or
night. Thos. Johnson, Manager,
residence 20 7 W. Second St., phone
Xo. 241. 10-29-6t

WISK AXI) OTHKRWISE

(Clipped Without Credit)

The shipments of ladies' white
buck and Russian tan 14-button
boots which have been expected for
some time has arrived at Little's
Shoe Parlor. Come and see them;
th'ev're beauties. 10-27-6t

SUICIDE OF A

J

TUAYKLIXG SALKSMAX

Frank Estrada ofXev York Turned
on the Gas hi a Tampa Hoard Hoarding1.
ing1. Hoarding1. House

Who Knows
KNOWS

dfc&if D8liDi3u

Everything comes to the man who
waits except the woman he is
waiting for.
When a young man tells a girl
that he is unworthy of her she
should believe him.
r
A husband should have an un unlimited
limited unlimited bank account in order to"
check his wife's expensive tastes.
m m
It's improper to eat pie with" a
knife but an axe is permissible.
A woman doesn't care to boss the
job if she can boss the boss.
Life is a serious thing, especially
to the man who regards it as an un uninterrupted
interrupted uninterrupted funeral.
Even if a man has no axe to grind,
he can usually get a job turning the
grindstone for some woman who has.
One great advantage of being

elected to an office instead of getting
it by influence is that you don't have
to pass a civil service examination.
A boy is sometimes tempted to
run away and be a pirate because a
pirate never has his father's old
clothes made over for him.
The man who doesn't understand

i life's various problems so immense,
j is, none the less, in great demand.
. Some one must be the audience.
i
j It is not true that a man becomes
j useless at sixty or seventy. But it
I sometimes takes that long to discov-

j er that he wasn't any good in the

j first place.

Of .course, one has been hearin

A uiiarantee in r,vcp;KIthin?s aI1 one's life- but did one i
JJqjt j ever hear of a family that moved!

out of a house and left it clean?

TamjiOct, 30. Placing his last j
quarter in the gas slot machine in

. Baxley has gone to South Caro-jhis room in a local boarding house. I

a to spend a week at his former ( t rank .straua. ot .ew ork. travel-:

me. Ung salesman for a Philadelphia r:n

!
: ; of importers, turned on the gas and;

A lot of new Hart. Schaffner & j his dead body was found this morn- :

... i
rk suits just in at Waterman's, i ing. -Estrada had started a farewell

We Have the

Exclusive
Ocala

Agency in;

ALE

ley re the very latest designs.

me and look then over. 9-22-tf

Harley Bros, are now ready to fit

with a Hart, Schaffner & Marx

t from $14 to $20, next door to

letter to his wife, who lives at

SIZE PACKAGES

PIIICES:
.".. 10c, 2.c, :!c.. lc. oOc,
8 LOO, Si. GO and $2.00
We prepare our Chocolate
from Huyler's Soda Cocoa. It

SCc.

Syrup ;
has a

. We have a complete stock of;
russes and are in positon to give;
"ou a perfct fit in any style or size j
'ou wan:. If in need of oca call at

Co.:r: Pharmacv.

10-1 0-tf

-Meig.s street, .New i ork City, eti-j
dently after having turned on the i

gas. He had written: "My dear
Helen: When you receive," and
then 'dropped into unconsciousness

i Richness, Smoothness, Tastiness. not

U. telegraph office.

10-30-tf in his chair at the table.

equalled in other soda cocoas.
T. W. Troxlcr

ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, Xo. 20, O. E. 3.,
meets at Yonge's hall the first Fri

day evening at

!0 o'clock and the

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

.r..?

WfilOO

We offer to the public for
Oct. 31t ait -Rl".- M.

11 LADIES?- SITS
AC3D ffiESSIS
AT
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These garments are strictly tailored and made
up-to-now. There are a great many in the assort assortment
ment assortment worth up to $20.00. i;
Look at the Window and Get an Idea
what $10 will do Friday and Saturday.

SPECIAL NOTICE These garments will be
sold for Cash only. No alterations. No exchange.
No monev refunded.

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THE OCA LA EVEXIXG STAR, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1913

THREi.

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The best place to hide money is where they have
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 cccl Intern! on Savings Accounts

dBS-

AVAIL YOURSELVES
OF THE OFFER

So Generously Made by the Tele Telephone
phone Telephone Company in Behalf of the
Library Association
Citizens and Ladies: Did you see
the liberal offer of our telephone
management? And they are all home
people. Won't every lady in Ocala
visit the exchange on Friday, Oct.
31st? First place, you cannot find a
more interesting and instr active
place to visit in Ocala. We have the
very finest of electrical equipment;
the design of the switchboard and
its manner of handling calls places
its proficiency among the best. A

! study of these conditions will enable

every lady to get in closer touch
I with true conditions and appreciate

Ian operator's position and why

sometimes we do not as we think get
the best of service. Investigate and
then when you are in sister towns
and cities compare and back home
you will come, satisfied that our ex exchange
change exchange and service is above par on
any comparison. Abreast of the pro progressive
gressive progressive age in equipping and giving
us the best in electrical invention
manufactured, step out in the front

rank to aid our library association
'in its campaign for one of the best
! libraries in Florida. I think every
'lady in Ocala should visit the ex ex-I
I ex-I change. While getting in touch with
(that of interest you are helping one
of the best causes in your city. I
j trust Friday evening at its close will
jgive to the library a souvenir show show-ling
ling show-ling the name of every woman in our

city. Success to your enterprise
gentlemen; .you deserve it.
J. D. Rooney, Secretary.

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Ocala Beauty Parlor,
Miss Mary Affleck's Millinery Parlors
PHONE 15 OCALA, FLA.

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TAIiLKS ARK TURXKD

Hair Dressing

Hair'Dyeing

j

Shampoo

Manicure

Scalp Treating
Hair Singe
Face Massage

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

MISS N. V. LAMBERT, Manager.

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7 yjs?i4.iriiyu,iiil :i !'.kl MM

Man Interested in Liquor Business
Turns, to Prohibition for Relief
His friends are joking Mr. Ed
Carmichael today for turning "pro "prohibitionist."
hibitionist." "prohibitionist." Ed's "change of heart"
came about in this wise.
It will be remembered that Mr.
Carmichael and Mr. George Taylor
had -some unpleasantness during the
recent wet or dry agitation and Mr.
Carmichael was tried in the city
and county courts for fighting. In
the county court the trial resulted
in a mistrial, and today the case
came up again in Judge Wm. E.
Smith's court.
Mr. Carmichael's attorney, Mr. H.
M. Hampton, moved Judge Smith for
a change of venue on account of al alleged
leged alleged prejudice existing. Judge
Smith overruled the motion and a
jury had been sworn and the case
called for trial this morning when
an order was handed in to Judge
Smith's court from Judge V. S.
Bullock of the circuit court, the
sanie being a writ of prohibition
directed against the county court
and the state of Florida, on petition
of Mr. Carmichael for said writ.
The writ prohibits Judge Smith
from proceeding with the trial till
the matter can be argued before the
circuit judge, which argument was
set for Nov. 10th.

XKW STORE OX
MAGNOLIA STREET

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

uciiti xix a. xxniy paiUlCU UU1UC. A3R yUUl VVJ1C H

she doesn't want the house painted?

Phone 118, Ocala, Fla.

Mr. Louis Toffaletti is preparing
to erect a store building on his cor corner
ner corner lot at North Magnolia and Ad Adams
ams Adams streets, being a portion of the
property divided and sold by the
Catholic church for business purposes.

SUGARCANE MILL IN THE CITY

; Messrs. S. A. Moses & Brother
have put up a cane grinding mill on
; the vacant corner of the large lot
owned by Mr. R. L. Anderson on N.
Magnolia street and will grind sugar sugarcane
cane sugarcane and retail the juice from a lit little
tle little booth on the corner of the lot.
This will be something new for Ocala
and we believe that there will be a
good demand for the delicious juice.

FURNISH LUNCHES AT THE FAIR
! The Ladies Aid Society of the
Presbyterian church will furnish
lunches at the coming Marion Coun County
ty County Fair. At a meeting of the socie society
ty society held Monday it was decided that
all chairmen of committees would
hold a meeting this afternoon to de decide
cide decide upon arrangements for the af affair.
fair. affair. The members having charge
of each day's work met at the resi residence
dence residence of Mrs. James E. Johnson thi3
afternoon at 3 o'clock and completed
the details for carrying on their
work. After the business of the af afternoon
ternoon afternoon had been completed ?.Irs.
Johnson served light refreshments.

EMPLOYING PRINTERS
SHOULD GIVE ATTENTIOII

Hear These and Other Subjects and
Questions Answered at the Cost
Congress at Ocala, Nov. 13, 14
and 15.
Are you sure theprice you charg charged
ed charged on that last job was fair fair to
yourself fair to your customer. Do
you really know what the job actual actually
ly actually cost you?
Do you know what your fixed
charges are, and is your salary one
of them?
Do you know just what the pro productive
ductive productive and non-productive time is
in each department of your business?

Do you kuow what each solid
hour in the composing room, press
room and bindery cost you actual actually
ly actually cost you? If not, how can yoa tell

whether your selling price is right
or wrong?
Is your own time charged on the
payroll of your business, and do you
pay yourself regularly the same as
the other employe of the business?
Is your salary such as you would
have to pay some one else to take
your place?
Is your net profit what it should
.be for the volume of business that
you do?
Do you know how much you make
on your profitable business and what
you lose on your unprofitable busi business?
ness? business? If you own your own building, do
you charge yourself rent the same as
you would charge any other tenant?

Do you figure as expense and a (

part of the hour cost, interest on
the money you have invested in your
business, including interest on the
amount it takes to carry your cus customers'
tomers' customers' accounts?
Do you realize that when you al allow
low allow your customer 2 per cent, dis discount
count discount on a job which you marie 10
per cent, you are goving him 20 per
cent of .your profit?
Are you making real money in the
printing business, or are you merely
adding a few pieces of machinery to
be valued as junk by your estate?
Are you making your own prices
or does the customer make them for
you?
Are you attempting to build up
your business by selling your print printing
ing printing on price, rather than making
price and quality increase your
sales?
Are you still wedded to that mill millstone,
stone, millstone, "The Filler?"

Are you bemoaning the conditions!
of the printing business and waiting J
for the other fellow to remedy them j
before acting yourself? j
Are you ready to go on the firing-
..... ... i

line an i DattJe tor better conditions
and prices, or do you prefer skulk skulking
ing skulking behind and seeing how the fight
goes before showing yourself?

Are you open to conviction or isj

your case a hopeless one?
Decide at once to attend this
meeting at Ocala, Florida, on Nov.
13, 14 and 15, 1913.
We can't do more than show you
the way, tell you what others have
done and are doing. Your part is to
come, listen and profit and profit
you will if you do come.
Harry L. Brown, Record Co.,
St. Augustine, Fla.
R. J. Holly, The Herald,
Sanford, Fla.
J. M. Burrow, The Burrow Press,
Penr-acola, Fla.

Statement of the Condition of

THE 0DAL4 NATIONAL mill
Of Ocala, Florida, at Close of Busi ness, Tuesday, Oct. 21, 1913

j RESOURCES
Loans and discounts $223,725.44
Marion county warrants 19,863.43
ITT O -

. o. uuuus iu secure cir circulation
culation circulation 75.000.00
Other bonds and securi securities
ties securities 46,527.81
Banking house, furni furniture
ture furniture and fixtures 40,000.00
CASH
With banks. .$36,226.27
In vault 22,472.04 5S,698.31

' LIABILITIES

Capital stock, fully paid ; 'j
in 75.000.C:
Surplus (earned) . : . 5.000.0C
Net profits 4,385.3:
Circulation 75,00p,C:
DEPOSITS 304,429.

$463,814.09

$463,814.D

An Active Depository for the United States.

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SUBURBAN HOWIE 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

make payment. Deed is here and

must be taken up. Its a bargain.
I WILL SHOW YOU

m u E R IA a. HA7 j0. jsav p r?an nnf

Real Estate and Investments.

Merchant's Block

Over Gerig's Drug Store,

Ocala, Fla.

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NOTICE
To Teachers and Others Interested
in. Education
Ocala, Fla., Oct. 29, 1913.
There has been issued a call for a
meeting of the teachers to form an
association for educational advance advancement
ment advancement and mutual improvement to be
held in Ocala on Saturday, Nov. 8.
1913, by Prof. A. B. Connor, prin principal
cipal principal of the Bellevie A- school. I wish
to say that I endorse the move with
all the emphasis I can command and
hope for us to be able to make the
association a permanent organiza

tion and to have with us as many I

trustees, patrons and other frWn'ds
who many be interested.
Meet at my office a'l o'clock and
there will be directions given as to
where the -v'-rsion' will be held. Be
sure and con and enjoy a beneficial
session. f Very truly yours,
J. H. Brjnson, Superintendent.

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IF IT IS A CORN CRIB, SILO. SHED OR CATTLE PEN; IP IT
IS A FENCE KITCHEN OR VERANDA THAT YOU ARE GO GOING
ING GOING TO BUILD, YOU CAN DO NO BETTER THAN TO COME TO
US. WE'VE GOT THE GOODS. WE KNOW IT. WE WILL
BE FAIR WITH YOU, AND YOU WILL BE SATISIED WITH
WHAT WE SELL YOU, AND WITH THE PRICE YOU PAY
FOR IT. TRY AND SEE. s

CMA

Mil

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SUPPLY C(0

Ocala

PHONE 223

Florida

OPEN ALL NIGHT

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We are equipped with the Latest, Largest, Best Vulcanizing
plant in Central Florida. Any sized tire handled at one time.
All work Guaranteed to e First-Class.
Bring us your Casings and Tubes to be Vulcanized.
Worn out tires and tubes bought.
FISK and FIRESTONE TIRES
of all sizet. and rims, always in stock
DA VIES, The Tire Man

Phone 438. OCALA, FLORIDA Main St., near Postoffice,

21." What is it?

10-30-tf

If you need a blank book of any
kind go to The Murray Com Company.
pany. Company. 10-30-3t

The Merchant's Cafe is a first class'
place to take your meals. Open night j
and day. J. R- Dewey, proprie-

tor.

2-28-tf

CHAPTER NO. 13, 11. A. 31.

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.ead onr UNCLASSIFIED ADS. lor your wants

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

Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. IS. R- A. M., on the j
fourth Friday in every month at
1:30 p m. C. B. Connor, H. P. j
Jake Bro" Secretary. Ad

ACCURACY SECURITY
Marion County Abstract Company
ESTABLISHED 1882.
GRAHAM BROHERS, Lessees,
OCALA FliA.
First consideration and especial attention given to small tracts.



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THE OCA LA EVEM.Mi STAR. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1913

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OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY

IilTTIXGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS

R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager

J. H. Benjamin, Editor

sided with Sulzer. The legislature
j-made its mistakes, but it was as
igood as the average legislature and
I better than some. And it was a
better friend to the people than some
iof its critics, who would have prais-

led it highly if it had bowed the knee

to the bosses.

Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.

PHONE 51

SUBSCRIPTION RATES

(Domestic)

pe year, in advance $5.00
fx months, in advance.... 2.5"

uree luuutus, iu auvauce. x.o
ne month, in advance 50

"THE GREATER SOUTH'

The following appeared in the last
issue of "The Country Gentleman,"
and may make amends for some of
the knocks that publication has been
handing Florida recently:
The South has taken a lead in the

(Foreign)

One year, in advance $8.00

Six months, in advance 4.25 direction of settlement and develop

Three months, in advance. 2.25
One month, in advance 80

UBLIC SPIRITED
AND PRACTICAL

will yet see the Atlantic Coast Line
helping us to make Ocala a pretty
and conveniently arranged city.

Governor Trammell has designat-

d November 21 as state road work
ay. The governor invites all able able-odied
odied able-odied men.toget out and do a day's

york on the 'ard 'igh road for

he cause of good roads. There

s not likely to be any gen

eral response to the invitation,
Whereat it is seasonable to remark

hat' such proclamations are foolish.

r Orlando Sentinel.

The Star begs to differ with its

Esteemed contemporary, t lonaa is

mot likely to have too many good

roads. If even one community heeds
the proclamation, it will not have
been made in vain. The following
from the Times-Union sums the
matter up very appropriately:
"Governor Trammell has pro proclaimed
claimed proclaimed November 21 as state road
work day in Florida and has re requested
quested requested all men to get out and work
on a road somewhere on that day.
No doubt the request made in the
proclamation will be met with
hearty response in some sections of
the state. The work done under
conditions like those proposed for
road work day is very naturally not
the best; but the interest aroused
and a realization of conditions in
:Some sections where the roads are
particularly bad, will be of great
Ienent."
i Hillsborough Will be in Line
The Tampa Times says: The first

organized body to respond to the
governor's call was the Commercial
Club of West Tampa. The procla proclamation
mation proclamation was published on yesterday

-afternoon: within four hours after it

was on the streets the club named
liad "adopted a resolution that they

would work the west coast road and
-Armina avenue and calling upon the

county authorities to take steps at

vonce to have the necessary material
distributed along said roads. This
sounds like business; it has the right

ring, and we do not doubt that the

r bodies representing other por

tions of the county will at once take

like action and that Hillsborough
riintv that alwavs lparis thp state

Jn eood words, will asrain assume the

head of the procession."
. The Star doesn't suppose that Ma-

M iVU CUU VJ U X t K. 11 Kit. J Ull
over the county. We have just had
one big workday, which virtually set
the pace for the state, on the Blitch Blitch-ton
ton Blitch-ton road. Another very creditable

uue luuk. piace on iue roaa oeiweeii
Lowell and Sparr Tuesday. A work working
ing working that will last a week is seti for
the first week in December in the

southern end of the county. It hap happens
pens happens that Nov. 21 comes at a time
Txrlmn AT o ti rn rrn n ? a hncv nrono i

ing for its big fair of the next week,
so a general road-working is hardly
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pussiuie. rui ine oiar nas no uouoi
that the day will be industriously ob observed
served observed in niany districts, and it will
be glad to hear from the people of
the different communities in regard
to their plans.

OLD MEN" FOR COUNSEL:
YOUNG MEN Fo'll ACTION

The above i3 the proverb by
which the ancients, who were always
conservatives, and generally reac reactionaries,
tionaries, reactionaries, sought to discourage the
young men of their day from taking
part in public councils. To the
prevalence of such sentiment is due
the fact that the nations of old did

not progress as far m a thousand
years as the United States does in
ten.
The meeting of the Young Men's

Democratic Club at the courthouse
Wednesday night was attended by
at least a hundred voters, nearly all
of less than thirty years and few of
over forty. All were interested and
enthusiastic over the object of the
gathering and readily pledged them themselves
selves themselves to help carry out the aims of
the organization.
The following officers were elect elected:
ed: elected: President Chas. W. Hunter.
Vice President for the First Ward
John F. Thompson.
Vice President Second Ward H.

W. Tucker.
Vice President Third Ward J. C.
Smith.
Vice President Fourth Ward C.
F. Flippen.
Secretary M. L. Reynolds.
A constitution and by-laws was
adopted.
Contrary to the accepted opinion,
the club didn't put up a ticket or

endorse candidates. The organiza organization,
tion, organization, in fact, intends to work for the
improvements of public affairs. Its
a democratic club, pure and simple,
and if it throws its weigtiV to any
candidate, or set of candidates, it
will be entirely on the question of
merit or demerit.
Among those present were a num number
ber number of our foremost young men, and
if they stick together and keep their
work up, they will have great weight
in future elections.
The Star is glad to see the youn&

men of the city taking such lively

interest in public affairs. It is their
right and their duty, and they can
do more than any other element in
the cause of progress.
The club will hold its next meet meeting
ing meeting tomorrow night.

ment organization that is really in inspiring.
spiring. inspiring. After a generation of com comparative
parative comparative stagnation this wonderfully
fertile region of our Union has thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly awakened to its agricultural
possibilities and is going to tell the
world about it with an insistent
voice. The beginning efforts, with
the creation of the Southern Settle Settlement
ment Settlement and Development Organization,
is a" big and clean beginning. Here
are a bureau of information, a clear clearing
ing clearing house of all activities and a bu bureau
reau bureau of censorship that supply the

need for all three such separate in

stitutions as a unit. The entire
commercial and agricultural South
is back of this organization, resolv

ed to keep its hands free of politics

and its purposes absolved from sor

did aims. It is to be the antithesis

of an organization for profit, save as
the profit of its enterprises affect the
thirteen southeastern states as a

whole.

THE BASIS OF BANK SERVICE

BANK'S SERVICE to its custamers is poor or excellent in ratio to its

5 ability to grasp intelligently the business requirements of those it serves

and then to fully meet those requirements. :

OUR IDEA OF BANK SERVICE is not the mere handling of money. We know
the business of this community thoroughly from personal contact and experience
EACH INDIVIDUAL BANKING HERE has our personal consideration. The well4
known strength of this bank makes it easy to meet every legitimate requirement
of those whose business it seeks. We do this willingly, gladly, for we consider it
our obligation to those who have made possible this strong, reliable institution.
Tine Monroe & ClhiainniMiss IBainilk
OCALA, FLORIDA

COAST LINE'S TIME CARD

of the At At-in
in At-in effect. It

To guide the settler to the South,

to aid him in his choice of locality,
and to give him expert advice con concerning
cerning concerning the type of farming best
adapted to the soil and locality, are
the chief objects of the organization.
Xo land companies will be recogniz recognized
ed recognized by this organization until they
have been thoroughly investigated
and their statements weighed and
analyzed. Cyril G. Hopkins, the
soil expert, has been appointed the
agricultural director of the organi organization,
zation, organization, and Clement C. Ucker, will

be director of colonization. The gen general
eral general manager and vice-president of
the organization, who in 1903 or organized
ganized organized the Industrial department
of the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy
Railway System, and who originated
the familiar seed-and-soil special
train which has been largely used by
railrodas throughout the United
States and Canada.
The Southern Settlement and De Development
velopment Development Oroganization has its
headquarters in the Continental
Building in Baltimore, and it will
soon have separate bureaus in all
the Southern states. Its good faith
and its clean purpose and big en endeavors
deavors endeavors are vouched for by the gov governors
ernors governors of several Southern states,
Southern bankers, merchants, rail railroads
roads railroads and the leaders in agriculture
and all the activities allied with agriculture.

The winter schedule
lantic Coast Line is now
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
p. m., arrives Gainesville at 6:53 p.
ni., arrives Ocala at 8:45 p. m., ar arrives
rives arrives at Leesburg at 10 p. m.
Xo. 37 leaves Jacksonville at 9:30
p m., arrives Gainesville 12:37 a.
m., arrives Ocala 2: IS a. m., arrives
St. Petersburg S a. m.
Northbound

Xo. 3S leaves St. Petersburg 8:30
p. m., arrives Ocala at 2:20 a. m.,
arrives Gainesville 3:5S a. m. and
arrives Jacksonville 7 a. m.

Xo. 10 leaves Leesburg at 4:45 a.

m., arrives Ocala at 6:05 a. m., ar arrives
rives arrives Gainesville at 7:55 a. m. and
arrives Jacksonville at 10:55 a. m.
Xo. 4 0 leaves St. Petersburg at

C:30 a. m., arrives Ocala 12:o4 p. a
m., leaves Ocala 1:14 p. m., arrives

IE 1EMJW
of our service is its promptness.
You are waited on when you enter
the store. You are not urged to buy
W e 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

Gainesville at 3
Jacksonville at 6

:30 p. m.
:30 p. m.

arrives

CONDEMNS THE CANAL

-ANOTHER PUBLIC
SPIRITED UNDERTAKING

A dispatch from Paris says that
the Panama canal is condemned as
a "second or thrd class piece of
work" by Phillipe Buneau Varilla.

the famous French engineer, who
has just returned from Panama. He
declared that it won't accommodate
the big vessels of the future.
. The gentleman is the famous
"Bureau Vanilla" that we heard so
much about when Mr. Roosevelt cut
the Gordian knot and started the
work now drawing to a successful
conclusion. Considering the immense
success the French didn't have in
digging the canal, its highly appro appropriate
priate appropriate for a French engineer to con condemn
demn condemn the work.

The sentiments President Wilson
expressed in regard to doing his full
duty during his present term, and
letting future ones look out for
themselves is strictly in line with his
actions ever since he entered public
life. And his sentiments and actions
are almost sure to cause the people
to insist on his serving them for a
second term.

SEABOARD AIR LINE SCHEDULE J
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Southbound
local leaves

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Xo. 1,

9:30 m .: arrives Ocala 1:40 a.

m.; arrives Tampa 6:30 a. m. j
Xo. 3 local leaves Jacksonville X

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9:30 a. m.; arrives Ocala 1:05 p

arrives lanipa o:4U p. m.
Xo. 9 limited leaves Jacksonville
11:30 a. m.; arrives Ocala 2:30 p.

m.; arrives Tampa 6 p. m. j
Northbound I

Xo. 2. local leaves Tampa 9 p

m.;

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Call up Phone 390 and Let us Give an Estimate en Your
PLUMBING

AND ELECTRICAL WORK

We Guarantee To Save You Money on Aoy Work in Our Lnes
As we employ none but experts we are In position to sruarantes ev every
ery every piece of work we construct to stand the Inspection f the most
rigid Inspectors. It costs nothing to set our flgrures and yon are the
winner, whether we secure the contract or not. Give us a trial.
M. W. TUCKER;''

OCALA, FLORIDA

arrives Ocala 2:30 a. m.;

Jacksonville 6:45 a. m. j
Xo. 4 local leaves Tampa 8:45 a.

m.; arrives ucaia iz:ou p. m.; ar arrives
rives arrives Jacksonville 5:40 p. m.

Xo. iu limited leaves, lampa l p .;...:v,.;..;..
m.; arrives Ocala 4:20 p. m.; arrives

CLYATT BLOCK

Jacksonville 7:30 p. m.

SUMMERFIEL1)

,V Mr. Bruce" Meffert informs the
Star of a public roadworking carried
-out Tuesday by the people of Sparr
and Lowell and the country between.
' These two live communities are con connected
nected connected by a road which needs -improvement,
and a large number of
the people turned out Tuesday and
put it in much better shape. They
had not hands enough to cover the

entire length of the road, but theyi

put in their work to the best ad advantage,
vantage, advantage, and much improved the
worst places.
The Star is glad to hear of such
things, and hopes to hear of many
more. The people of our rura?
communities are hardly aware of
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me great amount oi lavoraoie com comment
ment comment that Marion county receives all
over the country for every such
demonstration of public spirit and
enterprise.

The Miami Herald says that the
"East Coast Railway is chipping right
In, helping Miami to obtain deepwa deepwa-ter
ter deepwa-ter facilities. The unexpected will
happen sometimes, and maybe we

A friend ours quoted to us re recently
cently recently the o. saying that
two wrong "-w

We have
fact; we J
mighty cc
party wt
While
Frank
constiti
nowise
the Ja
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years :rgo, to set-
rael bowing down to a goiu
It is almost as sad in these days to
see a few deluded people bowing
down to a brass calf, the name of
which is Charlie Murphy.

DR. W. K. LAXE Specialist, Eye
Ear, Xose and Throat. Office Law
Library Building, Ocala Adv.

WOODMEN' OF THE WORLD
FOit King Camp Xo. 14 meets in
iTongejs Hall at S p. m. every second
Friday. Visiting sovereigns always
welcome. J. F. Thompson, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. Ad
X'ext meeting Friday night, Xov. 14.

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J. E. CHACE

Dental Surgeon

Rooms 9, 10, 11, Holder Block
rhone 250

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Summerfield, Oct. 30. J. M. Har Har-relson
relson Har-relson is now taking a vacation of
thirty days. J. M. is a hard worker
and needs an occasional lay off.
A. D. Mitchell spent Sunday in
Ocala visiting his daughter, Mrs. J.
W. Davis.
Mrs. Laura J. Dillard spent Mon Monday
day Monday in Ocala. looking after business
interests.
The brothers, L. J. and C. J.
Wall spent a pleasant day last Sun Sunday
day Sunday on the shores of the Withlacoo Withlacoo-chee
chee Withlacoo-chee river.
County Commissioner Jos. W.
Davis went up to Ocala last Sunday
afternoon to visit his family.

George Meyer is doing, well with'

his cucumber patch; besides ship-

ping ne Keeps tne town suppnea
with this out of season vegetable.
Martin Alberts and family have

R. C. MUNCASTER

FIRE

LIFE

ACCIDENT

HEALTH

BURGLARY. EMPLOYEES

PLATE GLASS
LIABILITY

Ocala House Block

Phone 420

520o0
Don't Pay More

! than necessary for a Defirery Wages.
I Special introductory price to one
i Brm in each town
Write quick for Price List A with
' large cots. Secure this bargain.
Toll no Vof rrrt nut Wp Mn mftlcG &

moved to the Balkinship farm south-! vagon suitable fOT your business and hh
east Of here. j Sp'ttoberTcheap labor, low
M. M. Proctor, of Pedro, was a freights enables us to easily do this.
; Bis factory, best facilities. Act qTUCK
visitor here Monday. j or you may be too late.
C. P. Davis' home garden is look-i The Rock Hill Buggy Co.,
ing extra fine. Charley is a good ROCK HILL, S.C
farmer in spite of his being local ;

manager for the F. X. L. Co.
Walter Nelson accompanied

CM' SAVED

by

Miss Ruth Perry, both of Belleview, j

place last Mon-.y

Office Law
Phone 44 4;

.ildlns

OCALA, FLORIDA

Occasionally, someone writes to a
state paper and attempts to defend
the late legislature. But is general generally
ly generally a member of the late unlamented

that undertakes the gruesome task, i

Miami Herald.
The Star has defended the legis legislature
lature legislature for the same reason it has

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

were visitors to this

day morning.
The Chronicle received a letter ;
from one of its northern readers'
asking if the S. A. L. made direct (
connection at Summerfield with ifcs j
South Lake Weir branch. We re-
gret our reply. j
The stockholders of the Summer-:
field Truck Growers" Association
held a meeting last Saturday at
which it was decided to reduce its

j capital stock to $1.0K.

D. B. Mayo was a business visitor j
'to Jacksonville last Saturday night. j
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I He returned Monday morning.
j J. A. Clark, of Jacksonville, rep

resenting a saw mill company, was

here Friday week, prospecting for a

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

mill location. The timber about"

Summerfield is pretty well cut over.

and but there is plenty to supply a crate

or box factory.

Moose meet this evening.

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THE OCAIA EVENING STAR. THURSDAV, OCTOBER 30, 1913

At This Period Use All
Safeguards lor Comlorts and Well Being
The best and most practical of these is lc wir ice. It preserves
your food, conserves your health, increases your pleasure, does
you good In ways too nuinrrous to mention and all for a little
money.

OCALA ICE &. PACKING CO.

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OCALA, FLORIDA

Famous X

Phone 101.

Special Prices on Recovering Auto Tops:

To

ROUND TRIP BATES

Ocala from Seaboard Air Line
Feints During the Marion
County Fair

THEATRICAL SEASON"
AT THE TEMPLE

Seaboard Air Line Passenger Dept.
Norfolk, Va., Oct. 27, 1913.
Marion County Fair, Ocala, Novem November
ber November 25-28.
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:
Rates
Apopka $2.25

DiinilmiiftJ Rubber-.

rvuimuuuio

' Mohair

.. $10.00
. 12.50
$15.00
.... 20.00

4-Passengen Krr

5.Passenger; Sffi::;: si:SS
Goods subject to examination. Test of goods seen at
shop. Workmanship the best.
OCALA AUTO TOP CO.
J. J. McCRANIE, Manager.

WHITE STAR LINE,
TI&NSFER AND FIHKPKOOF STORAGE
COLLIER BROS.. Proprietors.

Teams for Light
and Heavy Hauling.
Packing and
gnping ot
Fnmttianos
and Sates.
Baggage Service
the Eest.

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

W. H. MARSH

FRESH MEATS

Baldwin
Bushnell
Campville
Citra
Coleman
Dade City
Dallas
Eldorado
Fairvilla
Gainesville .
Hampton ......
Hawthorne .
Highland
Island Grove
Lacoochee
Lawtey
Leesburg
Lochloosa
Lockhart
Maxville
Orange Heights Heights-Orlando
Orlando Heights-Orlando Orange Honre
Oxford
Panasoffkee .
Planet City .
Plymouth . .

Starke

St. Catherine

Summerfield .

Tavares

1.50
1.50
1.35
.SO
1.20
2.05
.SO
1.50
2.55
1.45
1.S0
1.15
2.30
.SO
1.90
2.25
1.25
1.00
2.45
2.50
1.45
2.65
1.10
.85
1.25

2.00
2.15

1.93 i

1.60
.SO

Nov. 10 "The Girl from the Un Underworld."
derworld." Underworld." Nov. 17 Edison talking pictures.
Nov. IS Edison talking pictures.
Nov. 27 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."
Dec. 13 "The Leopard's Spots."
Dec. 16 Neil O'Brien Minstrels.
Dec. 27 Bought and Paid For.
Dec. 30 Coburn's Minstrels.
Jan. 1 "Divorce Question."
Jan. 6 "Tie Shepherd of the
Hills."
Jan. 17 "Polly of the Circus."
Jan. 20 Mary's- Lamb Company.
Jan. 27 The Spring Maid Co.
Jan. 2.S Anti-Saloon League lec lecture.
ture. lecture. Feb. 1 Smart Set.
Feb. 10 A Modern Eve.
Feb. 23 Evan's Honey Boy Min Minstrels.
strels. Minstrels. Feb. 24 Fine Feathers.
Mch. 2 (To 11) Chautauqua.
Mch. 14 Rose Maid.
Mch. 19 Paul Gilmore.

AIL ABOARD FOB OCALA

Atlantic Coast Line Special Rates to
Marion County Fair
On Nov. 25 to 28, the Atlantic
Coast Line will sell round trip tick tickets
ets tickets to Ocala as rates quoted below:
Archer ?1.85
Altoona 1.95
Alachua 1.95
Boardman 85
Brooksville 2.45
Branford 2.85
Croom 2.00
Center Hill 1.70
Candler 65
Citronelle 1.30
Crystal 1.50
Citra 80
Dunnellon 1.05
Dade City . 2.05

LAKE WEIR

Edgar
Evinston .
Eustis
Floral City
Fort White
Gainesville
Grand Island
Hague
Hernando .
Hawthorne

1.70
90
1.50
1.80
2.45
1.45
1.60
1.S0
1.40
1.15
. 1.75
2.15
1.25
1.60
1.S5
90
30

lake shore, and will build a winter .Libson 1.55
home for his family to occupy, while Leesburg 1.25
he is traveling. Lady Lake 1.05
Miss Minnie Stephens,, of Monti-: Lowell 60
cello, paid her sister, Mrs. E. A. Lake City 2. SO
Revels, a short visit during the j Montbrook 1.40

Homosassa .

Lake Weir, Oct. 29. Mr. Will High Springs.
Lane, of South Carolina, arrived a Holder
few days ago and is a guest at the Inverness .
home of Mr. Wilson for a time. Mr. I Interlachen

Lane came to put his propertj on thejjuiette
market, and will buy a lot on the Kendrick

SOUTH LAKE WEIR

South Lake Weir, Oct. 29. M:
M. S. Carnahan and son, Charles, I
rived home last Wednesday, l'
Carnahan and Miss Ethel will cox
a little later. We are glad to w
come them to their. home.
Rev. Laurence Jones and wife i

turned to their home In Clearwaf

last Thursday.

Mr. L. W.- Perr made a busin

trip to Ocala last Thursday. k
Mr. E. C. Albprtson. Jr ni

last Friday from Sedgwick, Kar
for a short visit to his parents he
It is pleasant to meet Mr. Alberts?
again. j

Mr. Foss has started his pack!

house force to work for the seas:

and betwen the three packing hou'
there is 900 boxes of oranges i
grapefruit going from this pi;
each day.
Miss Irene Gates has recovet
from a recent illnes. 1
There is to be a Hallowe'en pal

at Weirsdale Friday night, and

young people are looking forward

the time to come, as they anticip

a big time generally

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A letter from Mr. W. R. Goodwin, j Mcintosh S5

of Chicago, states at the time of I McAlpine 3.20

i writing, that there is two inches of

1.60

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t n i I beastly
Terrell l.io

on the ground, followed by

weather, which has deter-

1.45
1.25
1.00
2.05
2.40

Waldo
Whitney

Wildwood

Zellwood
Zephyrhills

Fares for Children
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.

25 to 2S, 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."
Raggage
Usual allowance will govern.
Charles B. Ryan,
Gen. Passenger Agt.

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

Martel .
Morriston
Mt. Dora

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1.25
2.05

mined him on an earlier start foriMicanopy

Florida than usual, Jan. 10th being : Newberry 2.15

the date set.

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Sickness Conies Unannounced
Depend Upon The'
COURT PHARMACY
TO AID YOU.

When some one in your home

is suddenly taken ill, then Is
the time to depend upon thej
Court Pharmacy to aid you
in every possible way. Your
telephone call will be prompt promptly
ly promptly responded to. Prescrip Prescriptions
tions Prescriptions called for, filled and de delivered
livered delivered quickly. Your doc doctor's
tor's doctor's orders carried out with
absolute fidelity and detail.)

No matter what your want
may be or what the ocassion;

is, phone to the Court Phar

macy and you will be sure o

receiving right service

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The many friends of Miss Alice Okahumpka 1.45

Balau will be glad to know that ( Oklawaha
she will spend another winter with j O'Brien
the Goodwin family. Mr. Goodwin j Palatka

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3.00
2.35

also sends a generous check for the Pine Mount 3.30

new concrete church and says he ap- Reddick

preciates the privilege of contribut- Rochelle

Sanford

ing to so worthy a cause.

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1.20
2.75

1 HEADQUARTERS FOR WIRE FENCE
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X Fencing. StaDles and Hay Wire and are In position to make you some

V attractive prices on It. We are the only dealers in this section of the v
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past that It is absolutely the. best and strongest fsUce on the market, y
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of wire fence. We have had some phenomenal sales on it and .:.
T made many friends and customers. Give us your orders, if the goods
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WEIRSDALE

Miss Myrtice Camp was hostess at 'Sorrento 2.20
the last meeting of Lake Weir Thim- j Tavares 1.60
ble Club for this season. Dainty re-( Trilby 2.05
freshments were served, and after j Umatilla 1.S0
all the new stitches and patterns Weirsdale 90
were exchanged, the club disbanded, Webster 1.85

to meet at the home of Mrs. K. H.
Clements, on Tuesday, the first of
May, next.
The Christian Endeavor Society
will give a "Spook Social" at the
school house Friday night. All cor cordially
dially cordially invited to come and see the
grave-yards yawn and spooks sport
as they only can Hallowe'en night.

vVilliston 1.50
Return Limit: November 29th,
(up to and including this date.)
Fores for Children: Tickets for
the transportation of children five
years of age and undr twelve, may
be sold at one-half the above fares,

sufficient to be added to make total

fare end in naught or five. Each

. ..... . coupon of each such ticket to be
ground for a neat little boat house t .

and dock in front of his grove and

mer in Pennsylvania, arrived last
Wednesday.
Mrs. V. P. Kelsey and daughter,
Margaret. visited relatives and
friends in Tampa the last half of this
week.
Miss Grace Simpson left last Wed Wed-dnesday
dnesday Wed-dnesday for Brooksville for a few
days' visit with relatives.
Mrs. Davis and baby, who visited
the Rast's for several days, teturn teturn-ed
ed teturn-ed home Saturday.
Wm. Snook was a Saturday trader
in Ocala.
Arthur Adams, of South Lake, has
recently sold his ten-acre farm,
north of the postoffice, to Ed. Zwick-

er. of California.
The W. C. T. U. reception soci
given Friday night at the chur
for our school teacher. Miss Murr.
and her pupils, was worthily bestow
ed. Prof. J. IL Brinson and wife.

j of Ocala. were at the reception. Mr.
Trains 9 and 10 will be discontinued south of Leesburg. j Brinson delivered the very pleasing j
(address of the evening. The church i

was very tastily decorated. Light j
refreshments were served. j

; Mr. L. B. Graham, who enjoyed Cr
ian extended visit with Mr. and Mrs. be
j R. L. Lytle. returned home Thurs-j 0fSc.
I da v. Mr. Lvtle accompanied him as 1

; far as Ocala.
Lawson Sigmon. or South Lake,
jwas in Oklawaha between trains
I Monday.
! Rev. J. A. Loan went to C?nter

Hill Saturday and returned Monday.
He reports good services in the
church there Sunday.

IMPORTANT CHANGE OF SCHEDULE
TLAWTDC OAST LONE
Effective October 19th.
Nigh! Trains 37 and 38 Re-established.
9:30 p. m. Lv Jacksonville -Ar. 7:00 a. m.
2:20 a. m. Ar Ocala Lv. 2:20 a. m.
8:00 a. m. Ar -St. Petersburg Lv. 8:30 p. m.
Steel Pullman Cars
St. Petersburg, Ocala, Jacksonville and New York.

Weirsdale, Oct. 29. John Tur Tur-ney
ney Tur-ney is making an extended visit here
with his daughter, Mrs. Alice Reed.
J. M. Douglas was in the Brick
City two days last week. He took

packing house.
Mr. Ed. Marshall of St. Augustine,
is spending a few days with his par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Marshall,
at Oklawaha.
Rev. S. L. Rogers, of Ocala, will
preach at 10:30 a. m., and 7 o'clock
p. m., next Sunday, at the school
house.
The Carney Investment Co., Is
packing a car of oranges a day,
sometimes working until 9 o'clock in

his prize winning trotter up for j the evening with a full force of men.

training Friday.
Mrs. M. H. Carnahan and son,
Charles, who have spent the sum-

LOVAL ORDER OF MOOSE

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

plainly marked, stamped or punched

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

OCALA SUED STORE

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

CONCORDIA LOD1

DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED

by local applications, as they cannot

reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deaf deafness,
ness, deafness, and that is by constitutional

remedies. Deafness is caused by a.u
inflamed condition of the mucous lin

ing 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

ness is the result, and unless the in

flammation can be taken out and this

tube restored to its normal condition
hearing will be destroyed forever;

nine cases out of ten are caused by

catarih, wh??h is nothing but an in

flamed condition of the mucous sur
faces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu
lars, free.
. Cheney & Co.. Toledo, Ohio
bv druggists. 75 cents.
Hall's Family Pills for con-Ad

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The Court Pharmacy)

PHONE 284

Telephone
235 or 388
when you want

First-class Plumbe
I am prepared

do all kinds of Stea
and Gas Fitting.

J. W. AMiqJ

S,9?C2la St. Ocala, f

FUMITUI

We can sae you money on i

Furniture and Household Furr
ng purchases. A large stock of I

new and second-hand furniture.
We make a specialty of the
3TALLMENT BUSINESS, and

make you low prices and easy tef

Try our method, you will like I
Second-Hand Furniture Bough

Highest Market Price.

DIRECTORY
CI TV OF OCALA

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

. taat could j
.tfceived at the Star!

FOR

MigrH-i Grade IP rioting
Call at the STAR JOB OFFICE

8. C. SHEPHARD,

DENTIST.

Holder Block, Rooms 9 and 10.

PHONE 250.

D. Robertson.
-L. T. Izlar.
lecorder Joseph Bell.
A. Weathers, presi
Taylor, president pro
anett, Baxter Cam, J.
L. T: Helvenston, G. A.
-vnael. F. G. B. Weihe, C. M.
Livingston.
Citv Attornev C. L. Sistrunk.
Citv Clerk II. C. Sistrunk.

I Treasurer and Tax Collector W.
i Y Clyatt.
i City Engineer J. R. Moorhead.
I Superintendent Light Plant J. C.
! Caldwell.
j Superintendent Water Works .1.
I A. Campbell.
Marshal A. J. Brigance.
I Fire Chief H. S. Chambers,
j Sanitary Inspector G. W. leve leve-iland.
iland. leve-iland. Street Commissioner R obert
Marsh.

I i ; i I'

A M. BOBBIli

I Jet ween Market and Laun

9-11 dly
Phone 481. OCALA,

Call Phone 267
Qcaia Meat Marl

when vou want First-cI

Fresh Meat, Fish or V

tables. Corn-fed bork

my own farm. Al Rhai

Ocala's best cutter,
serve you. Prompt deliyc

D. N. WALDROf

412 N. Magnolia St., Ocala, I



Pf XL iu I AtTSraiO'H CRSDA Y, OCTOBER 30, 1913

P

OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS I
i

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

action Party and Shower for Miss

Williams
The marriage of Miss Mattye Wil Wilms
ms Wilms and Mr. Jack Buxton Harrell
November 19 is the occasion of

iny beautiful parties being given

incing the popularity of the bride bride-fcct
fcct bride-fcct Numbered among the most
jllghtful of the long series will be

h lovely hose shower this after-

on which was given at the home
Judge and Mrs. W. S. Bullock by

)?ir charming daughter. Miss Alice

illock, who is to be maid of honor

Miss Williams.

fThe entire lower floor of the Bul-

k home was used and the decora decora-ns
ns decora-ns were suggestive of a bride's bride's-ct
ct bride's-ct party and the hose shower idea
s carried out artistically by many
Ings of little v stockings being

bined with numbers of pink

rt3 of all sizes. A profusion of

flowers and luxuriant plants lent

rm and clusters of mistletoe dot-

I with hearts hung from all of the

andellsrs.

U.s the guests arrived at 3 o'clock

py were met at me iront aoor Dy

s. Bullock and Mrs. R. S. Hall and
in greeted by the hostess who
re a pretty white lace dress, and

s Williams. Mrs. C. V. Miller in-

ted them into the dining room

ere tea was poured by Mrs. Anna

Ider, Mrs. W. V. Xewsom and
s. Charles Rheinauer, and pass-

wlth mints by Misses Meta Jew Jew-,
, Jew-, Marie von Engelken. Bettie Mc-

r and Annie Atkinson. The round
1e": covered with a Battenberg

h and centered with a tall ar-

gementof Killarney roses waf

uisite in its appointments, the

tess'. handsome silver tea set be-

used. Festooned from the chan chan-er
er chan-er to the table were four pink

earners and peeping out between

m was a little Cupid bearing a

card inscribed: "Weather Fore-

vAll kinds of showers predict predictions
ions predictions Oct. 30th to November 19,
3."

Vuction was played for an hour
I a half, eight tables being ar ar-!ged
!ged ar-!ged in the parlor, library and re-

tion hall. Scores were marked

quaint little hand-painted stock-

b which were given out by the

ess attractive niece, Alice Bui-

Miller. During the games the

mmies" found the tea table very

binating. Top scorer was pre-

;ed with silk hose.
he shower was cleverly arranged.

Jer the games Miss Williams was
pd to the alcove of the stair and

re many little white packages

ed her, which on being opened

ained hose of various colors and

fmes. The latter were read by

. Charles Lloyd and among the

hy catchy tnes were:

should slip then they would find

W thin you are. But never mind

long as you are wearing me

've something 'worth their while

to see.

praying you make yourself whole

en you've torn in your spirit a

(darnable) hole;
don't bless me out use youi

needle and thread

Jen you find a wee rent in my

"darnable" sole.
hile the verses were being read,
ken salad, wafers, olives and

hwiches were served to the

ts, several of whom, not playing

ion, arrived just in time for the

er.

hose spending the delightful aft-

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TEMPLE I

THEATER

Four Keels High High-Class
Class High-Class Motion
Pictures.

TO-NIGHT
THE WANDERER
Biograph

E HEART OF AN ACTRESS

Kalem
- THE VEIL, OF SLEEP
Lubin

bodooed On His Wedding Day

Kalem Comedy

6:30 to 10 p. m.
ADMISSION:

and 10 Cents

ernoon with Miss Bullock and Miss
Williams, besides the ones already
mentioned were: Misse3 Mamie Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, Janet Weathers, Edith Williams
Bessie MacKay, Fanny and Rosebud
Robinson, Minnie Stovall, Adele Bit Bit-tinger,
tinger, Bit-tinger, Nellie Gottlieb, Mary and
Anna McDowell, Hope Robinson,
Clara Johnson, Ophelia Sawtell, Hes Hester
ter Hester Dewey, Dorothy Schreiber, Mary
Burford, Mrs. M. A. Williams, Mrs.
James Taylor, Mrs. John Taylor.
Mrs. William Hocker, Mrs. Clifton
Camp, Mrs. D. E. Mclver, Mrs. Clar Clarence
ence Clarence Camp, Mrs. Jack Camp, Mrs.
E. E .Robinson, Mrs. J. C. B. Koonce.
Mrs. R. C. Muncaster, Mrs. Violet
Powers, Mrs. Ardis Waterman, Mrs.
Flora Morrison, Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk
Mrs. C. L. Anderson and Miss Cecile
Downs.
Miss JIcDowell to Entertain Tennis
Club
Miss Anna McDowell, who is one
of the seven members of the Fort
King Tennis Club, will entertain at
auction in the club's honor Saturday

evening. Besides the members.

Misses Adele Bittinger, Annie Laurie
Perry, Nellie Gottlieb, Rosebud Rob Robinson,
inson, Robinson, Mrs. F. T. Kelley and Mrs. G.
J. Blitch.
Miss McDowell will entertain an
equal number of young men who
with her sister, Miss Mary McDow McDowell,
ell, McDowell, will form four tables at auction.
Tennis is one of the most exhilirat-

ing outdoor games and the club
spends many delightful afternoons

playing on the court west of the Bell
flats on Fort King.

Miss Josephine Williams will leave

Bartow Friday, where she has been
since spring, for Ocala and will be
the guest of relatives until after the

marriage 'of her sister, Miss Mattye
Williams and Mr. J. B. Harrell. Mrs.
Robert McDoughal and Mrs. C. P.

Newman, two other sisters, will also
be present, the former arriving next

week from her home at Englewood

and the latter will come from Bar

tow a few days prior to the wed

ding.

Mr. and Mrs. George Ford return returned
ed returned to Jacksonville yesterday on the
limited. Mr. Ford has been attend attending
ing attending to business in Leesburg for sev several
eral several days and during the time Mrs.
Ford visited her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. B. A. Weathers.
Mrs. Flora Morrison, who has
been spending the past few days in
town, will return to her home at

Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Gary return returned
ed returned Wednesday from a pleasant three
week's stay in New "York, Baltimore
and Washington. At the latter place
they were guests of Mrs. Gary's sis sister.
ter. sister. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Norton who
have been guests at the home of
Mrs. Norton's uncle, Mr. S. R. Pyles
since Sunday, returned to their home
in St. Petersburg yesterday. They

spent the summer traveling through
the West.
Miss Mabel Bachelder will enter entertain
tain entertain the Epworth League of the
Methodist church at a Hallowe'en
party Friday evening at her home on
Broadway at S o'clock. Everyone is
cordially invited. Everybody is re requested
quested requested to bring costume and mask.
The Star regrets to learn that Mr.
J. A. Campbell, superintendent of
the waterworks, has removed his
family to their Mount Dort home.
Their Ocala friends will miss them.
. Mrs. J. R. Moorhead returned yes yes-terday
terday yes-terday from a ten days' visit tc
Pensacola, where she visited rela relatives
tives relatives and renewed girlhood acquaintances.

Mrs. J. G. Spurlin of Lake Weii
was a week end shopper seen on the
streets this morning.
Mrs. A. J. Turner and little grand granddaughter
daughter granddaughter returned to their home at
Lake City this afternoon a'er a
brief visit with the former's sisters.
Mrs. W. K. Zewadski and Mrs. J. W.
Hood.
Mrs. Joseph W. Dodge and daugh daughter.
ter. daughter. Miss Louise Dodge, will return

to Jacksonville today from St. A i-

jgustine. where they went to at ni
the funeral of the late Rt. Fe
Bishop Kenny. Miss Dodge's goJ goJ-father.
father. goJ-father. While in the Ancient City
they visited Mrs. J)odge's brother.
Mr. P. H. Lansing. Times-Union.
Mr. H. R. l! White, wife and two
daughters. Mildred and Florence,
from the Summerfield section, were
in the city yesterday doing some

shopping. Mr. White came to that
section three years ago from Chi Chicago
cago Chicago and has an attractive farm five
miles west of Summerfield on the
new R. F. D. route.
s
Dinner for Miss Bell
One of the loveliest small events
of the week was the dinner party at
the Harrington last evening given by
Mr. W. B. Gallagher in honor of an
attractive visitor, Miss Alice Bell,
who left today for her Virginia
home.
Covers were laid for seven and
the guests beside Miss Bell were

Miss Marguerite Porter, Mrs. Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Williams, Miss Annie Atkinson
and Messrs. O. B. Howse and A. J.
Beck. Five courses were greatly en enjoyed.
joyed. enjoyed. After dinner the party paid a
visit to the Temple theater.
For this occasion Miss Bell wore
an evening gown ol black charmeuse
handsomely trimmed and black pic picture
ture picture hat.
For Miss Williams
On next Tuesday morning at ten
o'clock Mrs. Clarence Camp will en entertain
tertain entertain at auction the members of
last winter's Tuesday Morning Auc Auction
tion Auction Club, complimenting Miss Mat Mattye
tye Mattye Williams, a bride-elect, who is
one of the club's popular members.
This delightful affair will be given

at the Country Club and will con conclude
clude conclude with a luncheon to ;hich sev several
eral several special friends of the honor
guest have been invited.
Mrs. Leon Fishel and little daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Elizabeth Neuhan, are expected
home Sunday from Atlanta, where
they stopped en route home from
Baltimore.
Mrs. M.'A. Browere and daughter,
Mrs. C. Green, have returned from a
pleasant summer spent in New York
state, and are being warmly welcom welcomed
ed welcomed by their numerous friends. Mrs.
Green is the wife of the popular
manager of the Majestic and Audi Auditorium
torium Auditorium theaters, and while in the
metropolis booked some splendid at attractions
tractions attractions for the Auditorium this
winter. Lakeland Telegram.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Massey of Or Orange
ange Orange Springs were in the city today
and made us a pleasant call. Mr.
Massey is a brother of the late W.
H. Massey of that place, with whom
he was interested and is now wind winding
ing winding up and closing up the business.
Miss Alice Bell and Mrs. Arthur
Williams left on the afternoon lim limited
ited limited for Jacksonville. Tomorrow
they will visit St. Augustine and in
the evening the former will leave for
her home in Norfolk, Va., and the
latter will return to Ocala. Miss
Bell has been the charming October
guest of Mrs. G. T. Maughs and has
made a large circle of friends whc

anticipate another visit in the near
future.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. R. A. San San-difer
difer San-difer last evening, a handsome 11 11-pound
pound 11-pound boy.

DRAWING FOR THE
BEAUTIFUL DOLL

Netted Twenty Dollars for the Mar Marion
ion Marion County Hospital
The beautiful doll which has been
on exhibition in the Court Pharm Pharmacy
acy Pharmacy for the past two weeks was given
by Miss Leila Girard to be raffled
off for the benefit of the hospital.
The drawing was held this morning
at the Court Pharmacy, and Mr. W.
E. Pound of the Ocala Steam Laun Laundry
dry Laundry was the holder of the lucky
number drawn out by Mr. Pat An Anderson.
derson. Anderson. The doll is beautifully
dressed in pink with white drapery,
and has lovely hair and eyes with
beautiful eyebrows and lashes. $20
was realized from the raffle.

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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 thevfa thevfa-mous
mous thevfa-mous Seaman Brothers goods, t$an
which there is none better put ill a
package, you may know our reason
for it. And our delivery system is
right up to the minute.
Smith Grocery Co.
PHONE 434
North of Ocala National Bank

.Bo

tatars (Dd)

IHIairdwaire Department

"In Time of Peace, Prepare for War."
The Hunting Season will be open soon. Get ready for it.
We have a fine line of Guns, and our ammunition is
most complete.

lift

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This is the kind the man who hunts most in

sists on having.
Ask him what kind he uses.

Homage oil QmaMy

Ov n mn o n HI-

TO T11K LADIKS . ;

Who Intend Sending Exhibits to the
Marion County Fair
We have been requested by Mrs.

A. Y. Strunk, superintendent of thej

domestic exhibits at the coming fair,
to say that any parcels or packages
sent to her will have careful and im immediate
mediate immediate attention. Everyone is
urged to send exhibits in early as
they will not only be more advant advantageously
ageously advantageously placed, but more care be
taken in their arrangement and

proper groupinj

No entries will be

received after 8 a. m. Tuesday, Nov.
25. Mrs. Strunk and her assistants
will be at the fair grounds on Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, the 22nd to receive the ex exhibits.
hibits. exhibits. 10-30-tf

ENTERTAINMENT
FOR THE LIBRARY

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.

HELP A GOOD CAUSE
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 and
spends one minute in the operating
room. We will keep a register ol
names and this register will be filed
with the library as a souvenir. We
expect 500 ladies, and two operators
will be on hand to meet and explain
things to them.
J. P. Phillips, Manager.

Off 11 77T0

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Fof FramniSingf

We have just received the most beautiful lot of
PICTURES for framing that have ever been shown
in Ocala. 1
The subjects are in colors and steel engravings
and are by well-known artists. The prices range
from
$3.00 to $8.00 Per Copy.
Come in and make your selection while the as as-sorment
sorment as-sorment is unbroken.
Also a lot of framed pictures, in different sub subjects,
jects, subjects, from 50c to $8 each. 4
TIMS -ZtfflRY 'CO.

"THE FURNITURE MEN

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Phone 19.

Ocala, Fla.

A GENTLE AND
EFFECTIVE LAXATIVE
A mild, gentle and effective laxa laxative
tive laxative is what people demand when
suffering form constipation.' Thous Thousands
ands Thousands swear by Dr. King's Xew Life

Pills. Hugh Tallman. or ban Anton-;
io. Tex., writes: "They are beyond J
question, the best pill my wife and
1 have ever taken." They never!
cause pain. Price 25c at all drug-1
eists. or by mail. H. E. Bucklin &
Co.. Philadelphia or St. Louis. Ad

WflMsw Mel
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, Tlios. M. Wilson,
ASST. MGR. PROP. AND MGR.
Jacksonville, Florida

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verr one knows the discomiort 01 eaung ureaividauu a cum uining room,
is rnt fllwflvs a flue in that room and if there is, who has the time to

up nre in unie.iur uieiiviciLi
l -. i : l .V. xo V.rr L-nnwc nnnp rthis Th c hoot ic n 1-

ready and only needs a lighted match to make te room warm and com-le.

Have your home piped for gas in every room. Tere will always be found
ft for it fnd Mneriallv in cold weather, when a lfcle gas radiator can be

fched tha: will heat the chilliest room.
Let us sUe you prices on piping your housenow, before cold weather

Illy comes. ;.

PHONE 61.

ington Hall Hotel Building Fort King Avenue

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One That Was Made a Heroine in Spite
of Herself.
There are few countries that hare
not at one time or another had women
soldiers in their ranks-either in dis disguise
guise disguise or openly accepted despite their
sex. England. France and Cermany
have all had military heroines. Ger Ger-many,
many, Ger-many, which traditionally demands of
its women only softness and domestic
ity. has nevertheless had its full share.
One of them. Eleouore Prochaska. had

saved her wages as a cook to hnv n-r7ear-

mans equipment. In her last battle

FLORIDA MEN FAVORED

Senator Fletcher and Albert Jen Jennings
nings Jennings High Officers of the
Commercial Congress

Mobile, Oct. SO. The annuali

meeting of the Southern Commercial

Congress closed last night with the
election of officers for the ensuing

unclassifieK

Lost, Found, Wanted, Fcr .S'V' l
For Rent and Similar toslt:V.'

Houston and Oklahoma Cirv hirt

when stonruug some heights under,01 next year's convention. The

heavy fir, she snatched a drum from

a fallen Frenchman and heat the
charge as she advanced.
"You can sew. cook. wash. sinr nnrf

shoot better than any of us." said tue.

comrade at her side admiringlv. "and

now it seems you can drum too!"

board of directors will meet in
Washington in December and select
the next meeting place.
Senator Duncan U. Fletcher, of
Jacksonville, was elected president.

Among the directors for the ensu

A moment later she was mortaIlviinS J'ear are Senator Fletcher and

wounded. As she fell she called to the j T. Albert Jennings, of Pensacola.

nearest officer, with a dying flash of

pnue and humor:
"Lieutenant. I'm a girl!"

To Inspect the Canal

About forty of the delegates will

FOR. RENT Fu rnished roanv k

$5 per month; very convenient; "six
blocks from court house, -A&Ztzzi
Box 330 Ocala. 10-30-Ct

FOR SALE Two passenger auto automobile.
mobile. automobile. Fully equipped and in $ocI
condition. Will be sold reiscaAtla.

Address, "Auto," care Star, ofScctff

FOR SALE 350 acres jSubvci
pine land with railroad siding s:
ties and good well of water; g Sod fci
vegetables and vine growing; pric
$10 per acre; three miles from Dua-V
nellon. For information ".write J Cl

Baskin, Dunnellon, Fla. 9-3 0.1m ?

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Opposite the Coirt louse,
Ii Ocala lionise Block.

Another girL Anna r.nhrinf .mir leave today for a trin tn the Panama

eighteen, was traced and claimed by canal.
her father after sne had enlisted, but Chief among resolutions adopted
her captain refused to dismiss so tine: was one instructing the directors of
a soldier. I .

... the Longress to at once be-in a I

who made her own uniform before eni J Stematliea I,rolasanda aiming at
listing, won the Iron Cross for ir:ir.rv 1 dlvertinS to Southern ports the

Maria Werder. n farmer's wife, serv-; trade made possible by the opening!

'd. undiscovered, with her husband and o: tne Panama canal.
was promoted t be a sergeant, al-j Tha last session of the Congress

thougli he reinaimtl a private. j was featured by an address of Con-
An amusing contrast to tliese genu- gressman Hobson. Congressman
.'! gallant women is afi'ordeil bv 'Trol.snn ;r, it- i
d..,:t won a repuiatian for urom : navy- IIe deelar that the
She and a companion. Caroline Heftier. : openins: of the Manama canal would
were -aut.'!it by chance in the lighting! l)e ?reatly augmented in its effl effl-iines
iines effl-iines at tb.e battle of Luneberg. ( 'aro-! r'iency through the five per cent re re-t
t re-t what cover she could sind.lhate as provided for in the tariff bill,
tore off her apron and begau binding: This trade would be better urotect urotect-tlie
tlie urotect-tlie hurts of the wounded who had ej if the United States fleet was
crawled there also. j larger, thus guaranteeing better se-
.lo.ruiiia. spying n heap of cartridges. '.,,.. ..
tore off her apron also and began to'C"nt' in tne mantime bness of
ho r. r 1 t the country.

ij., 11. mi r-in- uii.iiii 1 iiem 10 1 iuiiie;iii
of coin. passing oMicer supiosed
naturally she was arrying ainmuni ainmuni-tion
tion ainmuni-tion to the front and gave her orders

FOR RENT Six room cctti:?
with bath, etc., corner Watnla arl

South Seventh streets. 'Anolr-

Southern Express Office. ,9-4-tf

WANTED At once, man witb'
family for general farm v,-orkAp-v

piy H. H. Whitworth. 9-25-tf'

jm coll 3

tun tth-.M a six-room -,i cot!

at Zcj Tuscawilla street, across from

the primary school buiidins. Apply : :-to
to :-to Dr. R. D. Fuller at his office 3ver"
Munroe & Clxambliss Bank. ;.i0-5-tf

where to take it. ordei-s which she

GKOKGIA CAXMXfi CLL'IJ filHLS

FOR SALE Ten room, house onr
Fort King avenue. Geo. VIr.Cnn

Eox.2i'G, Tampa, Fla.'

Made a Good Showing at the State
Fair

dared not disobey. Apronful after
aprotiful of cartridges she carried-and

the next day found herself acclaimed' Macon. Ga.. Oct. r.O. firpr sn nnn

a heroine! people attended the Georgia State
Her apmn was tied to a staff and Fair yesterday, the crowd almost
borne proudly at the head of the regi-Uniia7iri-. f, ..j t A
. 1 1 i. equaling the record-breaking attend-
ment. Men cheered her. the Uingi , &

nr;,is.,.i :,n,t sh ,t .. ri.n.t ldt,L mursaay wnen a circus

hand at a hampiet. Later she married

and was lioni.ed by the fashionable

ladies of Berlin. Londou Tatler.

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The value of paint can only be measured by the length of satisfactory service it gives.
A building painted with Keg Lead and Oil Hand-mixed Paint or ordinary ready ready-paint
paint ready-paint never looks well, and the results from this class of paint are never satisfactory.
In a short while your property will look as if it had not been painted for years.
To use cheap paint is a waste of both paint and labor.
Don't waste your money on unknown, untested brands.
Remember, painting is an investment, not an expense therefore use the paint that
stood the test of time -

"The Kinc

That Las s

MASTIC PAINT

"The Kind
That Lasts

It is the produ'.t of more than forty years experience,
and is guaranced by the makers,. Peaslee-Gaulbert
Ox, Louisville, Ky. v

Mastic Paint is made of pure White Lead, reinforced
with Zinc Oxide in the correct proportions, and pure
Linseed Oil. The formula appears on every can.

Maslb Taint covers more surface. lasts longer, looks better, and is
moreeconomical than any other paint. It assures 100 results.

PR W Ask forbeautifully illustrated book pHomes and How to Paint
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By all means specify Mastic Paint, and your home will
look attractive for years to come.

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No Title Page In Early Books.
The idea ot a title iaye did not oc occur
cur occur to the early printers. "The books
started straight off with 'IjJjJX'j'-C i)F
-liVerh'causes nmeh
ditliruity in attributing earlier works
to the proper sources." The idea of a
title page with names seems first to
have occurred to a Cologne printer
named Therhoerneu about 1470. but it
was not generally adopted until fifty
years later. The early punctuation
was very simple, consisting of an ob oblique
lique oblique line and a full stop. One of the
first books to introduce the colon and
notes of interrogation and exclamation
was a "Laetantius" printed at a mon monastery
astery monastery near Home in 14(J5. Imprint.

London's Gunpowder Alley.
The city coroner, who commented
upon the "funny" uame of Gunpow Gunpowder
der Gunpowder alley loff Shoe lanei and confess confessed
ed confessed that he bad never heard of it. may
nevertheless have beard of the poet
Lovelace, who died in the alley two
years before the restoration. The
lodging in which he died was a mis miserable
erable miserable one. but probably seemed to the
poor poet released from prison a glori glorious
ous glorious palace, for he was philosopher
enough already to have written that
'stone walls do not a prison make."
In this alley also lived the notorious
astrologer. Lilly, the Sidrophel of
udibras." London Chronicle.

was the attraction.
Yesterday was officially known as
Canning Club Day and fully two
hundred girls from all over the state
who are members of the club in
twenty-eight counties, were present
ing in which the displays are locat located.
ed. located. Today will be known as Corn
Club Day and arrangements have
been made for 500 visiting boys..
Miss Eron Dooly of Apping countv

leads all the girls of the state In pro production
duction production of tomatoes and profits in

canning She raised 4.24 5 noundf

on her tenth acre and her net profit
above all expense was $91.50.

FOR SALE 15'j 'acres "of; good
land with 4i0 bushels ; of corn,.-two -mares,
one cow and farming itnple itnple-merits;
merits; itnple-merits; well improved; seven mijeg
couth west of Live Oak, Suwannee
county. Also 55G acres of good tend
adjoining. Will sell at a" bargain.
Apply or write to G. A. Howes,, New-,
burn, Suwannee Co., Fla.- 10-15-lia
COTTAGES FOR REXT For col col-ored
ored col-ored people; conveniently' located in v
desirable part of town; all: new; $6
and S per month. Apply to'W'V,
care Star. 10-15-ti

-FOR SALE Nice place on icoastv" V
near Spencer's gulf home. JauncV f
and row boat; house, 'all furnished,
ready to be occupied; $600. SeeoLl-'
write P A Ilim-n-?
BILL BOOK LOST Lost, on the;
streets Saturday, a' long, black '
leather note or bill book with pap- i.
ers; on outside of book, "No. '20 U-.-

Xever-Break Range Company, Belle-;

vine, ill. t mder will please leave
at Florida House and receive reward.
S. M. Protho. 10-27-3dt"

PEKTIXEXT SUGGESTION
FR03I PARKER

A Cure For Hiccuds.

Fill a glass tumbler with clear, cold

Mobile, Oct. 30 How to strength

en trade relationship of the United

States with Latin-America upon the
completion of the Panama canal was

the problem to which the Southern
Commercial Congress devoted much
attention yesterday. The American
view, expressed by John M. Parker
honorary president of the congress
was that business men of the United
States should recognize the urgency
of a closer and more intimate ac acquaintance
quaintance acquaintance with the actual wants of
Latin-America, rather than "what
we think Latin-America should
have."

WANTED Position as. salesman
in Ocala, grocery preferred, by sales salesman
man salesman of four j-ears' experience la :
stores and on road ; reference f urw
nished. Address, Salesman,,
Winter Place, Jacksonville, Fla.
10-2 7-3 td

FOR RE XT A nicely furnished
room with all niodern conveniences;"
close in. Phone 378. 10-29-6t

A TEXAS WONDER

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water and place on a table. Then leti
timmtipm .tM.wWhapph.nrr.nr,! The Texas bonder cures kidney

look directly into the glass and fix the

attention nlxmt the center of the bot bottom
tom bottom of the glass for about a minute,
when the patient will find that the
hiccups have entirely disappeared.
This has been known to cure the most
violent cases of this uncomfortable dis

order-London Family Herald.

To Make

Save the paring

and put them in

ter enough to more

Set in a war place for several days:
then strain ,?nd add one pint bf mo molasses
lasses molasses to a gay on of the water. Put in
a jar. tie a thVu cloth over it. keep in
a warm place jmd in a few weeks this
will be good vinegar. National Maga Magazine.
zine. Magazine. I

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ry a DAILY STAR Want Ad-It Pays

! Different Proposition.
! "What is the Abiect of your society?"
"To prevent gambling among wo-
men."
"Nonsense It can't be done."
i "Certainly gamming can be stopped
j "(.ambling'. I thought you said gab-
S blint:." Louisvi!!,Wturicr-Journal.
j Grounds.
j "Flas your huhaud sn'ven you grounds
j for divorce?" asked the woman who is

always eager to sympathi"?.
"Ye." replitnj the one whose mind
is on alimony. "Plenty of crrounds.
but I'd rather have some regular real
estate." Washington Star.

One of the most rare kinds of cour courage
age courage is the courage to wait. St. Louis
Globe-Democrat.

and bladder troubles, dissolves grav

el, cures diabetes, weak and lame
backs, rheumatism, and all irregular irregularities
ities irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in
both men and women. Regulates
bladder troubles in children. If not
sold by your druggist, will be sent

receipt of $1. One small

wo months' treatment, and

perfect a cure. Send

m this and other

2926 Olive St..

druggists. Ad

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Of Flrnt Meeting of Creditors
In the District Court of the United
States, for the Southern District of
Florida.
In the ilatter of Southern Pine Lum Lumber
ber Lumber Company, Bankrupt In Bank Bankruptcy.
ruptcy. Bankruptcy. To the creditors of Southern Pine
Lumber Company in the county of Ma Marion,
rion, Marion, and district aforesaid, a bank bankrupt.
rupt. bankrupt. Notice is hereby given that on the
14th day of October, A. D. 1913,
the said Southern Pine Lumber Com Company
pany Company was duly adjudicated bankrupt;
and that the first meeting of his cred creditors
itors creditors will be. held at my office in
Ocala on the
5th day of November, A. D. 1913

at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at which

time tne said creditors may attend.
DTOVe their claims, atirininr trn.r..

examine the bankrupt, and transact
such other business as may properly properly-come
come properly-come before the meeting.
G. C. McCLURE.
, Referee in Bankruptcy.
Ocala, Fla., Oct. tl, I'M. 10-3-tf

MAKIOX COUNTY DIRECTORY
Judge 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. Galloway. Ocala.
Tax Collector W. L. Colbert.
Ocala.
Tax Assessor Alfred Ayer. Or;a!a.
Treasurer John M. Graham.
Ocala.
Surveyor W. A. Moorhead, Ocala.
Ju:ige of Prolate Wm. E. Smith,
Ocala.
County Commissioners C. Carrni
chael, Ocaia: J. W. Davis. Summer Summer-Sell:
Sell: Summer-Sell: W t Henlerson. Lynne; D. G.
Watkins. Dunnellon; Walter Luff Luff-man.
man. Luff-man. Sparr.
Boari Public Instruction J. ;.
Brir.son. Sunerintenient. Ocala- R

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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, ur do you
neel 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 th work.

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J. S. Grantham.

Fort .McCoy: W. D. Cam. Ocala.

Jnvigoratin to the Pale and Sickl:
The Old Standard general strengthening tenk
KOVE'S TASTELESS chill TOXIC, drives -)..
ralaria,enriche the tloo-l.a;db-j:ld5-pthesv
ra. A true Tonic. For adult and children. 5.

Circs Did Sores, Cher Remedies Woa't Cera.
The worst cases, no matter of howlomr stania2:
are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr.
Porter's Ant:ert:c Heah'sz OiL It relieve
Pain and Keals at the same time. 25c. SQc, QC

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THE OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1913

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ILmicMe's
Garage.

I have just opened up my ne
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 TRIAIj

T. C. LuacMe,

Proprietor

Building formerly occupied by Idea.

Theater.

A PERSON
OF SOME
IMPORTANCE
By
LLOYD OSBOURNE

Copyright. 1911, by the Bobbi-Merrill
Company

Hooray! Baby To
Rule the House

No Longer Do Women Fear The Great Greatest
est Greatest of All Human Blessing.

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

E. MrlVER and C. V. ROBERT
Funeral Directors

All Work Done by Licensed Em Em-balmers
balmers Em-balmers and Fully Guaranteed
PHONES:

D. E. MrlV.SR
C. V. ROBERTS.
Undertaking Office.

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Hawk's

Business College IE

Prepares
YOl'XG MEN" AXIl WOMEN" I'OU
Positions;; that Pay
Attractive Salaries:
Our courses include Shorthand
and Bookkeeping with the auxiliary
studies' of Touch Typewriting, Pen Penmanship,
manship, Penmanship, Rapid Calculation, Spell Spelling
ing Spelling and Commercial Law.
Rates are one dollar per week in
advance, eacn student to furnish
text books, note paper, ink, pencils,
etc. Studenets are not charged for
the use of typewriters
Call cn or write,

Hawk's Business College,
Room No. 1, Merchant's Block.
OCALA FLORIDA
Hours: 7:30 to 9:30 p. m.

But she loved him. That was ail Ms
dizzy head could hold. She loved him.
Christine Marshall loved hira. She was
willing to strip herself of everything to
follow him the wide world over. Noth Nothing
ing Nothing could matter now. nothing could
hurt him. Chris loved hiru:
He had completely forgotten the
frock twit person, he of the silk bat
and the beard and subdued masterful masterfulness,
ness, masterfulness, who had clung to his front wheel
with agitated, pertinacity hardly three
hours before,' Mutt was reminded of
his existence by finding him on Mrs.
Sattaue's front ton-h. wearily blocking
the road to supper. By all rights the
stranger should have been excessively
annoyed, but on the contrary he was
suavity itself, rising at Matt's ap approach
proach approach and greet ins him with formi formidable
dable formidable politeness-.
Might he take the liberty of repeat repeating
ing repeating bis request to see Mr Brougbton in
private? Might he. without undue in-

si-teu'e. remind .Mr. irougntn or tne

ry serious issr.es at stake and the

:ed the verv great need-of expedi

tion': After three hours of waiting was
he not -entitled to an immediate inter interviewan
viewan interviewan immediate interview in pri private':
vate': private': No. it need not be long. In some
aspects it was a very simple affair -a
proposal on the part of certain piin piin-cipals.
cipals. piin-cipals. an acceptance er it was to be
hoped, on Mr Broughton's.
Apologizing for having no better
place to offer. Matt led the stranger
upstairs to hi.s bedroom, where, after
lighting the single gas jet. he offered
him a chair and himself took a seat on
the bed.
"Now. what's your name":" asked
Matt, lighting his pipe and throwing
out his long legs.
The stranger somewhat stammering stammering-ly
ly stammering-ly replied that he might be called Mr.
Kay. though whether he meant K-a-y
or merely the letter K was left ob-

"Well. M r: Kn

it Is a Joy asd comfort to know that
those raach-talked-of psms and other dis distresses
tresses distresses that are said to precede child-bearing
may easily be avoided. No woman need
fear the slightest discomfort If she will
fortify herself with the well-known and
time-honored remedy, "Mother's Friend.
This la a most gTateful, penetrating, ex external
ternal external application that at once softens and
makes pliant the abdominal muscles and
ligaments. They naturally expand without
the slightest strain, and tfcps not only
banish all tendency to nervous, twitching
spells, but there Is an entire freedom frora
nausea, discomfort, sleeplessness and dread
that so often leave their Impress upon tha

babe.

The occasion Is therefore one of un

bounded. Joyful anticipation, and too much
stress can not be laid upon the remarkable
influence which a mother's happy, pre-natel
disposition has upon the health and for fortunes
tunes fortunes of the generation to come.
Mother's Friend is recommended only for
the relief and comfort of expectant mothers,
thousands of whom have used and recom recommend
mend recommend It. You will find it on sale at all drug
stores at $1.00 a bottle. Write to-day to tie
rtradfiC-Id Regulator Co., 130 Lamar D'-dr,
Atlanta. Oa., for a most Instructive book ca
Jils greatest of all subjects, motherhood.

Sameness In American Sitfes.
The great feature of Amercai cities
which strikes the European visitor is
the sense of sameness and tie lack of
individuality. With rectangular plan planning,
ning, planning, It is almost inevitable tht this
should be the result, and it cas hard

ly be hoped on continuous stree lines, j
where oftentimes the main feaire la
the double line of telephone pots, to l
be able as yet to create stieei pic-

tures such as meet tne eye at Rthen Rthen-burg
burg Rthen-burg or are being re-created I the

newer examples of English donatio

architecture, notably at Hamptead

Garden, suburb, where the inflttnee

of a controlling architect and the 5
method of co-operative building u
resulted In street vistas which in ftip j
way have a charm akin to that of t
mediaeval city. j
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O.

. j Ocala Lodge, No. 286, Benovele:!

and Protective Order of Elks, me?
the second and fourth Tuesday ever,
Ings in each month. .Visiting breth
ren a1 ways welcome.
Chas. W. Hunter, E. R.
Joseph Bell, Secretary. Ad.
FOR SALE

CAMJA. CDF MULE!

We have just mloaded
a carload cf fine

nrr n

mm

Also a

Good Horses.

number of

We will be pleased to show you these 1
mals at thfi ham onH ora nrannAi mJ

u A Vs EAJCliCVl IU XXXi
prices on them. ;

This is the first carload of the seism, sel

person by Mr. Tompkins. Many ether loa

ionow tnrougn the season, and our barns
well supplied at all times.

ImpMdis k m

Phone 117

Ocala, Fla

mean? No. 1 don't know who he Is.
Why. do you expect me to?"

The stranger was not at all nonplus- j
ed It was disf-onceitin'' how coolly 1

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

I S. A. L. Railroad, all under fence:

I two hundred acres under cultiva-'l eod dly wkly
jtion; house 40x46; barn 15x20; fif-j
'teen acres pine timber; ten acres?

hard wood; well watered; price. lQQOOOQQOOQOQQ5QOQQ

Also one hundred and seventy-

he took the announcement H,. rare- j four acres southeast of Ocala; five'

fully repbved the miniature in his

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por ket. rernar!-ins that it was "a pity
"I've sm't hing here that may fresh
n viiit rco' V'-tin." he went on. pro-

I mthnildinsrs: barn 32x40: six-room

dwelling house in good repair; eight Q

room stcne house in course of con-, Q

"I want to tell you what wonderful benefit I have re-

W, C, BLANGHARD
CONTRACTOR ANU BUILDER
PLANS FURNISHED
ON APPLICATION
P. O. BOX 46 OCALA, FLA

?IKK"I"I"W"!"I"-..."'.:"I""K"tI"!,

V. U. UllLLL

CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
Estimates on any kind
of Building furnished on
short notice. All work
guaranteed.
117 N. SANCHEZ STREET.
P. O. BOX. NO. 438.
OCALA FLORIDA.

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Wall Paper in all Grades from
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Call Phone 285
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Ocala, Florida
1. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL
Carpenter Pitfi Builder
Careful Estimates Male on All Co Co-tract
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"work for the mo-iey than anv nrh
contractor in -the city.

"let's get one thing understood right
off. I am not a Kanaka king, and 1
haven't any islands, or money, or sub subjects,
jects, subjects, or fleets, or pearling beds or any anything.
thing. anything. If j-ou have the least miscon misconception
ception misconception of that kind about me the soon sooner
er sooner you get rid of it the better."
"You refer doubtless to those news newspaper
paper newspaper accounts?" inquired the stranger.
Matt nodded.
"Yes. all that rot." he said.
"I'm familiar with them." observed
the stranger, drawing up close to the
bed. "Perhaps I'm also more familiar
with the actual facts than you will
credit. Circumstances have forced me
to acquaint myself with them to sep separate
arate separate the wheat from the chaff, from
a vast deal of chaff." he added un unbendingly.
bendingly. unbendingly. "Well. well, now to busi business."
ness." business." With that he produced from
his pocket a small, flat object wrapped
in tissue paper. Divesting it of its
covering, he passed a little ivory minia miniature
ture miniature to Matt. "Do you happen to rec recognize
ognize recognize that person?" be asked.
Matt took it with surprise, for It was
rimmed with diamonds and backed
with gold like an unwieldy brooeh
with a surprise that changed to con consternation
sternation consternation as be beheld the unmistakH unmistakH-ble
ble unmistakH-ble fare of John Mort. It was a fare
younger by twenty years than the
John Mort he had known, smoother
and more rounded and with the hair
altogether black: a flattering picture,
much too pink and prettified, and
youthfully handsome for even theorjg
inal at the age it represented him.
But it was John Mort just the same
fie could have picked it out of a room roomful
ful roomful of miniatures, a whole gallery gallery-John
John gallery-John Mort. staring up at him from a
circlet of diamonds, with an imperious
air that somehow had been canirht

while all the rest was falsifi

obsequious artist.
Chills ran down Matt

as though he were d

Fie was thnnkfnl

that must have

were now iirion-rin

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Promises- nfVii- uiopps

worn, uc-re was wnar. Jo.:Vi--

feared "the wolves." he ba.

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rliv'tur a wallet, ari'l from, the wallet
a thick roll of notes PuiHng up his
chair so close to the 1h1 that his knees
touched it. he began to spread green
barks on the coverlet as though en engaged
gaged engaged fn a singular game of patience.
A row of six. another rov of sis. a
third row of six. and Matt, amaed.
perceived that they were in denomina denominations
tions denominations of ?l.iOO each
"My Ood!" he cried "What are
you a mint?"
The stranger, with a gleam of yello-wr
teeth and the first smile he had per

mitted himself, completed a fourth
row from a packet that was yet far
,'rom exhausted Then he -.topped and
id: "No. not a mint. Merely a er
son who seeks a little information,
and is very willing to pay for it"
Matt eyed the seried notes $1,000.
$1,000. $1,000 in a green and over
whelm.'ng profusion: $1,000. $1,000. $;. $;.-VW
VW $;.-VW up and down, with more tightly
clasped in those stubby fingers. If
anything, the sight stimulated all the
obstinacy in him. enhancing his loyal-

4yand determination, in proportion to

feet uuconcern. l4ivfraJTale bad

icy to convey the impression that he
could talk if he would. Excited in innocence
nocence innocence was the part that he ought to
play eager, covetous, astounded inno innocence.
cence. innocence. "Twenty-four thousaud dollars!" he
exclaimed. "Would you really give
me that for recognizing a man? Just
for looking at his picture and saying.
That's Walter Jones or William Riley?
Why, bless you. I'd do it for a quarter
of that for a single one!" He picked
up one of the greenbacks as he spoke
and smoothed it out lovingly on his
knee. "Even that would be enormous."
he said. "People aren't paid for that
kind of thing."
"They will be in this instance." re returned
turned returned Mr. Kny. "We are desirous of
finding er Walter Jones and are will willing
ing willing to go to considerable lengths for
any information regarding him and his
present whereabouts. That money
there. Mr. Brougbton. is but the half
of what I'm authorized to offer you.
Think it over a bit. Mr. Broughton.
Fifty thousand dollars for five min minutes
utes minutes of sincerity."
"My dear man." observed Matt,
"why not make it fifty millions while
you are about it? I haven't the faint faintest
est faintest notion whom your picture repre representsnot
sentsnot representsnot the slightest, believe me. I
wouldn't know him from Adam if he
came in this minute."
"Is that your last word?
"It's all I know, if that's "what you
mean."
"Oh. come, come! What's the use of
denying you could tell if you wanted
to? I'm not a child to be hoodwinked.
There isn't a visit of yours to Sydney
or San Francisco that we haven't

traced. You were no trader. You

the employ of well that in-

seeking. You have to

admitted, we have

ns."

ipe and .finally

XG I, oi jow -as Tetnbinok's." he

UJIV .A" -JM Temhi.mT.'s the klnir nt

-.ia. you know, f nd he sent me
. in her originally : buy rifles at
something like a whie price. But I

j struction with all material
j ground.

! Also two small rarms of eighty;
and fifty-four acres respectively, un-'
i improved. j

I ee H

on the! Qceived froni the usq of Thedford's Black-Draught," writes
: XMrs. Sylvania Woods, of Gifton Mills, Ky.

T- y 2 tit or r t

, - i -HSU- L i

a Mothon-s nM'.a. Fla lo-l.tf t I" ucy VVdil

q ceiuiiiiry nas no equal tcr la gnppe, baa colds,
gUiver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe Black-Drausht

avcu my mue gin s lire, wnen she had the measles.

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Fate of Eight Bridesmaids.
"Three times a bridesma.J never. a,

bride," runs the old matrimonial warn

ing; but seemingly tnere is danger?

I lmade by a

ion y c cy 1 1 v i

were eight j

m on her, but one rood dose of Thedford'l

j .lack-Draught made them break out, and she has had n
ore trouble. I shall never be without

Drominent society wo

At tx'H ino t V-

. , rwhom have since
bridesmaids, all
. -.t one of whom ts now
marries, but r .
.. aer husband,
hying with.

ODD FELLOWS

om T",mt0

ri 1111

Tulul? "odse -v0- Independent
, jt Odd Fellows, meets every
Order c v
, evening at 7:30 o'clock ( in
Tuesaav ... ..
.is Iall, Fort King avenue. Vis
.j the city invited to be with as
itors G L Taylor. X. G.

v l.. coioeri. recreiarj aqv.

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

and South Magnolia street

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up

all. sim

A. I

in mv home." For constioation. indigestion.

ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness,

ailments, Thedfords Black-Draught has proved itself

reliable, gentle and valuable remedy.

If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Blackf1
Draught It is a medicine of known merit Seventy-fiveY
years of splendid success proves its value. Good fonii
young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. 1

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OIF FAMILY COUGH

In

10-17-tf

MEDICINE I

!
every home there should be a'i

bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery,'
ready for immediate use v.hen any
member of the family contracts a
cold or cough. Prompt use will
stop the spread of sickness. S. A. ij
Stid, of Mason, Mich., writes: "My
whole family depended upon Dr.
King's New Discovery as the best A

couah and cold medicine in tnei

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
Louis.

F. E. McCLANE, M.
SPECIALIST IX CHROXIC DISEASES

D.

or at.
Ad

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In a Pinch.
The old fashioned idea of a good
pinch hitter was a man who could
clean up a cotton patch with a weed weeding
ing weeding hoe before the rain came. Dallas
News.

The Dr. McCIane Medical, Surgical
Electrical Institute
OCALA, FLORIDA.

PHONES Office, No. 333. Dr M.-Clane'a Residence. N

Office Suite 1 to 7, Holder Block Southwest cor. Public &

and
v III,

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HOTEL CMUIROhlllu
Broadway and 14th street. Union Squa
NEW YORK.

Clean, Comfortable, Convenient and American Plan, $2 per day anarp.

Home Like Hotel, on the Amer- European Plan. 81 txr

Special eekly Rates.

ican and European Plans.

up.

ECZEMA AND ITCHING CURED j 9--2m

CHURCHILL & COMPANY.

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there, apprehensive still on that lost
reef, in those lost and lonely seas
The heavy lidded eyes took on a new
and ominous significance as Matt felt
their glance on him. What evil were
they meditating? What was their sin sinister
ister sinister purpose in seeking him out to he he-tray
tray he-tray his friend?
He returned the miniature, speak? n'
ms he (li.l so with his pipe in
mouth a subterfuge he h:id found m
ful hefore. especially when under tir tir-reril
reril tir-reril fire bullets It is the mouth that
toils eerets. :md that in other ways
th.ui words A pipe is a help It
hbVs agitation and suggests uneon
f-ern.
"Well, what about it?" said Matt
through his teeth
"I asked if you reeojrmzpd him?"
een this person before, do you

was honest with him and made her
pay. carrying coprah shefl and that,
and so he kept me on till I lost her
this winter."

The soothing, healing medication
in DR. HOBSON'S ECZEMA OINT-;

MENT 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

Simplified.
The driver of an automobile Is call called
ed called a chauffeur by these who ride
with him. but what pedestrians call
him is a whole lot easier to spell.

WOMEa WHO GET DIZZY

(Continued Tomorrow)

OPEN DAY ANT) 5IGHT

fflXTMA admIT MA MAM

COTOTY ;

Will Pay Big Reward for Apjre-i
hension of Mrs. Wilson's
Assassin.
Two hundred ar 1 fifty dollars re-; black mustacle, height abou 5?eet

! s;x to eieht faches: wparim

. ,iuc

Merchant's
orner. Meal:
if any hour.

Cafe, A. C. L. depot
a "la carte and lunches
-Adv.

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Loage No. 19. Conventions
be!d every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over the Jams Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. D. W. Tompkins, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. R. S. Ad

Every woman who is troubled
with dizzy spells, backache, head headache,
ache, headache, weakness, debility, constipa constipation
tion constipation or kin -ley troubles should use
Electric Bitters. They give relief
when nothin? else will, improve the
health, adding strength and vigor
rom the nrst dose. Mr?. I rirq

la:ne.. of Avoca. La., says: "Four
footers had given me up anl ray
hiV'ren anl all mv friends were;
looking for me to die. when mv sen!
insisted that I use Electric Bitters.'

tione me a
theru. ".t'C-

s or by mail.!
, r hiladelphia ;
Ad

ward is offered by the county com

missioners of Marion

countv. Flor- jumper lisht or gray colord n.

f Jirimit n 7 : ri ra, trAtner aeti

:da. for The nartr or rartifis who J

fi'rerrion frnn wilsnn tinmo j

i USM.am

Vi!?nn fmir: j i. ..

, maiiicaie an lnrormauon to

murdered Mrs. P. T

and a half miles north of Ocala, onj
rhe morning cf October 2nd, at 8)

o'clock. Description of negro seen

coming away irom tne u nson place

it tha: rime: Black, rather stout

140 tu 130 pounds

I dii so. and they have
world of good." Just tr:

and SI at all drugs! drugs!-H.
H. drugs!-H. E. Bucklen & Co.
or Louis.

ruu I, we:
:0--dw tf

J. P. Galloway,

Shprif Xfarinn Pminfv' P"1nri1

j There will be further rewards for
the arrest of this man offered by the

:ity of Ocpla and private individuals,
."uaklng the total rewards offered a
ery substantial sum of money.

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