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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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VOL. 20.
OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1913
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SOI CAMP'S

RASCALLY SCHEME
Joker in the Bryan Law to Furnish
Small Fry Politicians With
Soft Johs
Jacksonville, Nov. 6. Because of
the adoption of an amendment to the
Bryan primary law, which requires
that registration officers be employed
this year for sixty days in each vot voting
ing voting precinct in each county and foi
thirty days in each year following
registration work this year possibly
will cost Florida several hundred
thousand dollars that is, unless the
commissioners of the various coan;
ties can formulate some plan by
which the effect of the letter of th
law can be annulled.
Senator Bryan yesterday called
the attention of a Metropolis report reporter
er reporter to this provision, which was in injected
jected injected without his knowledge or con consent
sent consent after he had addressed the leg legislature
islature legislature in behalf of the election
measure. "I don't see why a county
should go to the expense of employ employing
ing employing a man for each precinct foi
either sixty or thirty days, and )
don't think any reliable man will do
the work for as small a-sum as 32 a
day," said Senator Bryan. "The only
solution I can suggest is that the
registration officers be paid so much
for each man registered say 1C
cents, for instance and not so much
for each day of service. This would
reduce the cost throughout the state
to a few thousand dollars. There
was no necessity, in my opinion, for
registration officers serving more
than one day in small election pre precincts,
cincts, precincts, and those who failed to ap appear
pear appear on that day could afterwards
have the privilege of registering at
the court houses."
Supervisor of Registration Arthui
Doran declared that strict adherence
to the provision would cost Duva"
county not less than $10,000. "Fur "Furthermore,"
thermore," "Furthermore," he declared, "it is going
to be necessary to divide the big city
wards into smaller precincts, anc
this will increase the expense.
"I don't know any capable mar
who will serve as a precinct regis
tration officer sixty days for S2 'a
day, and there is certainly no reason
why such a sum should be pail foi
registering, voters in small precincts
Why, there are only six or eight vot voters
ers voters in the Gilmore precinct, and reg registering
istering registering these men would cost as
much as registering those of the
largest precincts in Jacksonville."
There are now fifty counties in
Florida, and should each have a?
many precincts as Duval the cost oi
registering the voters, taking $10. $10.-000
000 $10.-000 for this county as a basis, would
be in the neighborhood of $430,000
However, a majority of the counties
are smaller. In spite of this fact
though, the cost of registration, in
case the law is strictly adhered to
will be much too heavy for th tax taxpayers
payers taxpayers of the state to stand.
MORE THAN ONE
IX TilE MURDER
Was the Relief cf the People in the j
Neighborhood of WiNou's j
Assassination
Orange Springs. Nov.
E. Hall kindly gave the fc
j. ;
-tig re- j
o rour :
the Wilson mit:
correspondent :
About 7:30 o'clock Robert Wilson
and instantly killed one-
half mile from
home o;
I. P.
and
Wells on the
Eureka road.
Orange Sprin

Allen Wilson, brother cf the mur- j dent at larce.Miss Anna A. Gordon son as deacons in the church here
clered man. was at the home of his of Evanston. 111. j Three sessions were held on Wei Wei-brother,
brother, Wei-brother, one mile and three-quarters, j nesday and Thursday. Picnic din-
from the scene of the tragedy, was : New novels arriving all the time ners and suppers were served in the
the first person who arrived and at The Murray Company. 11--tf park on one large table the size o:

EP:

No Frills
or
Fiction,
But
Facts and
Figures

found two shots from a 3S pistol
had taken effect in the body, one
passing thru his arm.
Allen Wilson went to the Wells
home and met Mrs. Wilson, wife of
the murdered man. They notified
some neighbors.

Mr. A. O. Harper, justice of the J
peace of Fort McCoy, empaneled a;
jury. They rendered a
against Mrs. Wilson. She
,--;!
was ar-
rested and carried to Ocala by Dep Deputy
uty Deputy Osteen.
The screams of the wounded man
when first shot were heard by his
brother, who also heard some per-
sons running, and found the empty
shells close by. There were tracks
of several persons around the place.
Mr. I. P. Wells is father of Mrs.
Wilson.
It is believed that several are im implicated
plicated implicated in the crime.
GREEDY FRUIT GROWERS
Dnintr State Great Harm by Heavy
Shipments of Half Ripe
Oranges
Tampa, Nov. According to sta statistics
tistics statistics furnished to the Florida Cit Citrus
rus Citrus Exchange, there have been one
thousand eight hundred and thre
cars of oranges shipped out of the
state since the railroads started tc
keep count cf them on Sept. 15th
This means an average shipment of
thirty-six cars a day for fifty days
This is above the average of last
year, and is attributed to the amend amendment
ment amendment to the "green fruit law" of the
state. which permit;? the shipment oi
oranges that are half colored. The
Citrus Exchange considers this ?
dangerous experiment, claiming that
much half ripe fruit has been ship shipped
ped shipped to the detriment of the Florida
orange.
FIELDER SWEPT THE FIELD
The Ireidents State Rolled Up v
Substantial Majority for the
i
Democratic Ticket
Trenton. X. J.. Nov. 0. The lat latest
est latest figures indicate that James F.
Fielder, democratic candidate foi
governor, had a plurality ot about
22.000 over Edward C. Stokes, the
republican candidate. The democrats
will control both houses of the legis legislature.
lature. legislature. There is some doubt as to
the result of the contest for state
senator in Ocean county, but without
this county the democrats will have
11 of the 21 senators. The lowei
house oi the legislature will stand
about 40 democrats and 20 republi republicans.
cans. republicans. SOLID DEMOCRATIC STATE
Old Dominion Showed Up Well ir
Tuesday's Election
Richmond. Va.. Nov. 5. Henry C
Stuart, democrat. Tuesday was elect elect-el
el elect-el governor of Virginia without re republican
publican republican oppo-ition, the entire state
ticket being eected m the samej
manner. Less than one-halt of the.
normal primary vote was polled, con-1
servative estimates placing it at i
" -'"'. The legislature is over-
whelmingly democratic. I
!
ELECTION" OI
;V. U. T. U. OFFICERS'
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X. J.. Nov. I Zlec
tion o: oincers ocou;
' tion
the National Women's Chris-
j tir.n Temperance Union yesterday.;
i Mrs. Lillian M. X. Stevens of Port
i ir.nd. Mr.ine. again was chosen pres-
j ideii:. She reappointed as vice pres-
FIRE

I will save you money on every Shot Gun or Rifle you may buy from me, or your money back.
Why Pay More?
I Guarantee any Firearm ordered from me and proves unsatisfactory for any cause, may be re returned
turned returned and I will refund the full price paid. Pftone 25?.

BILL SULZER

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to a Seat in an Anti Anti-Tammany
Tammany Anti-Tammany House
New York, Nov. 6. William Sul Sul-zer,
zer, Sul-zer, deposed from the governorship
by Tammany, has been elected to
public office less than three weeks
after he was removed from the gov governor's
ernor's governor's chair. He will return to Al Al-banv
banv Al-banv in January as a member of the
Assembly.
Many of the legislators who voted
to impeach Sulzer met defeat with
the result that he will sit in an anti anti-Tammany
Tammany anti-Tammany House. On the basis of
incomplete returns it was estimated
that the next Assembly will be com composed
posed composed of S5 republicans, 17 progres progressives
sives progressives and IS democrats. Many oi
the latter were said to be men of
progressive or independent tenden tendencies.
cies. tendencies. 1AVII WALSH MOST
POPULAR DEMOCRAT
Ever a Candidate for Massachusetts
Gubernatorial Office
Boston, Nov. 6. The extent of
the democratic landslide in Tues Tuesday's
day's Tuesday's state election was not fully
realized until after a recapitulation
of the figures yesterday. Then it
was found that Lieut. Gov. David I
Walsh had been elevated to the gov governorship
ernorship governorship in a four-cornered contest
by a plurality of 53,691. This is the
largest plurality ever accorded a
democratic candidate for the office.
Complete returns give the vote foi
governor as follows: David I. Walsh
democrat, ISO. .ICS; Charles S. Bird
progressive, 126,677; Augustus P
Gardner, republican, 116.314; Eu Eugene
gene Eugene X. Foss, independent, 20.S15.
The new governor carried with
him into office every democratic can candidate
didate candidate on the state ticket, with the
possible exception of the attorney
general.
MURDER NEAR LEVOX MILL
Hard-Working Negro Shot Down by
an Ev-Convict
Levon, Nov. 6. Tuesday morning
about 5:30 as Leo Davis, night fire fireman
man fireman at the mill here, was going
from his work to his shanty, he was
fired upon at close range with a
double-barreled shot gun in the
hands of Will Hill, and Davis, as a
consequence, is dead, having died in
just 24 hours from the time he was
shot.
The shooting was unexpected by
Davis. as he was passing ,by Hill's
house, and was not more than fifteen
feet from Hill when the shot was
fired. Both barrels took effect, one
in the side, the other in the hip.
Hill made an easy get-away, as the
;hcoting took rjace at a time when
rot very manv people were out. and
tho?e who Were out, were at work
at the n-jjn.
HiI1 h?3 jU5t finished a sentence
!n the gang. and moved here only a
short time ao from a naval store?
,l2nr close by. Both parties are
colors 1.
- MARION RAPTIST ASSOCIATION
Mcintosh. Nov. The Marion
Baptist Association which is in
; sion here this week. was opened
Tuesday night by the institution of
3. C. Quattlebaum and S. B. Robin-

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which was four feet wide by sixty
feet long. Even this was too small
for dinner Wednesday when 125 per persons
sons persons gathered about it. The dele delegates
gates delegates who number upwards of fifty
are distributed at the various homes

about town.
BELLE VIEW
i
Belleview, Nov. 6. Mr. P. K.. He-
kema, the popular butcher, met mis-'
fortune in the road last Sunday. He'
hitched his horse and buggy out-1
side Phil Fort's residence, and while
inside visiting, Mr. Frank Norton
and some ladies in his little touring
car drove up to the same gate. Now. j
if there is anything that this horse
does not like, it is an automobile.'
Therefore without more ado she'
tears loose and hits the pike for i
home trees or fence corners were
no obstacle she simply went tear- j
ing out for home. Mr. Norton com- i
i
promised by carrying Keck to the
i
horse s destination where it arrived :
in good shape, minus harness and
buggy.
Mr. Troy Hall, of Wildwood, and
Dr. Thos. K. Slaughter, of Levcn, j
were visitors to this town last Tues-!
day.
Mr.
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i
E. L. Church made a little
business trip to Ocala last Tuesday.;
Messrs. Tremere and Rothschild J
went to Ocala last Monday, going in
that old hard-tail gas burner. While j
there Mr. Rothschild went around tc
Knight & Lang's and dropped some j
of his good money for a brand-new j
saddle and blanket to fit Cracker Cracker-jack.
jack. Cracker-jack. And it fits, too. J
The young people had roller skat-!
ing exercises at the town hall last
Tuesday night.
Mrs. R. Freer and Mrs. Jennit
White were shoppers in .Belleview
from the Levon section last Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank RamsdeB
drove oyer from Levon last Sunday
afternoon, said howdy to their many
friends and drove back again.
Mr. Delbert Haskell has found
him a slip cover for an- automobile
top and being as the thing won't fit
his buggy, top he wants the owner tc
come and take it off his hands. He
found it on the Lake Weir hard hard-road.
road. hard-road. Mr. Tremere and daughter, Minnie,
and Eddie Rothschild managed tc
wcrk their way over to Heather Is Island
land Island and return last Wednesday
morning in that chainless wagon.
The Misses Ellie Tremere, Minnie
Tremere and Birdie Hackney, ac accompanied
companied accompanied by Frank Gale, drove Go-see-fus
in the little red wagon tc
Summerfield last Sunday afternoon.
Sniglefoot went along.
Mr. Ivey Whisenant is passing the
time packing oranges at Carney
grove until such time as the hunting
season opens and then
Mr. Walter Mathews from North
Lake Weir, was in town last Satur Saturday
day Saturday night smiling at his numerous
friends.
Mr. J. O. Hightower, agent for the
Kingdom of Heather Island, was in
Belleview last Monday, and he cer certainly
tainly certainly was in a Dickens of a hurrj
to get away. He said there was
seme cows to drive.
! Mr. Henry Shaw from the Pedrc
section, was a Monday morning vis vis-'
' vis-' itor to Belleview.
! One cf the most beautiful bouquets
: of roses that it has been my pleasure
: to see. was brought the writer by
; Mr. Isaac X. Nit-hols, who has one oi
1 the choicest collections of roses in
Telle'. lew. At times the beauty nno
. frr.zrauce of this rose jrnrden is al-
most past belief, mile mile-tutiate
tutiate mile-tutiate enough to feast
one :s tor tor-heir
heir tor-heir senses
cn the same. j
Leo and Freeman Hames have j
opened a meat market in the old j
Frank Pelot place cn We-: Front j
street.
Latest music, musical instruments
and parts, at The Murray Co. 11-S-tf

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Unable to Retain Control on Even
the Least of New York City City-Offices
Offices City-Offices New York, Nov. 6. Each succes successive
sive successive recapitulation of yesterday af affirmed
firmed affirmed the crushing defeat of the
Tammany forces in yesterday's elec elections.
tions. elections. The organization was not only en engulfed
gulfed engulfed in a plurality of over 120,000
votes, by which the fusionists elect elected
ed elected John Purroy Mitchell mayor of
New York city, but in many upstate
districts of the state a severe rebuke
was administered to the Tammany
democracy that has been in control
of the state since the days of Gov Governor
ernor Governor Hughes.
With much reduced pluralities
but by a safe margin, the fusionists
elected William A. Pendergast comp comptroller
troller comptroller of the city and George Mc Mc-Aneny
Aneny Mc-Aneny president of the board of al aldermen.
dermen. aldermen. They kept out of Tam Tammany's
many's Tammany's -hands the presidency of the
three principal boroughs, Manhat Manhattan.
tan. Manhattan. Brooklyn and Bronx, and thus
increased the anti-Tammany majori majority
ty majority cn the board of estimate.
The fusion vote on the board will
be 14 to Tammany's 2. This board
controls the city's expenditures. A
fusionist majority on the board ol
aldermen was also elected.
ORANGE SPRINGS
Orange Springs, Nov. 6. Messrs.
Merck & Co., chemists of New York
City, offered $500 in prizes to the
physician or druggist who sent in
the best report of the uses of Creol-
in-Fearson. On Oct. 24, our Orange
Spring doctor was seen stepping
around so high that his friends won
dered; so Dr. G. B. Parramore car
ried off the first prize from his per personal
sonal personal experience with Creolin-Pear-
sons. That the contest was open tc
all physicians is why the doctor is
justly proud of his prize.
Mr. A. C. Goodrich's son, of Ken Kenwood,
wood, Kenwood, who has been quite ill with
diphtheria, is slowly convalescing
Mr. S. A. Mays' parents arrived
here last week from Ohio, and will
spend the winter.
Mrs. C. C. Moore, who has been
quite ill. is convalescing.
Mr. J. C. Wells, of Jacksonville
a traveling salesman, was a visitoi
here last week, a guest at the Carle Carle-ton
ton Carle-ton House.
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Shingley, of
Ohio, are recent arrivals at Pilgrim
Inn.
Mrs. Nettie Crandal's friends are
sorry that she has been sick for the
past week.
Mr. A. A. Sennet, of Citra, came
over Sunday in his handsome new
Maxwell. He was accompanied by a
party of friends.
Mr. Albert Wilson, who lives a
few miles south of town." was shot
and killed last night. Sheriff Gal Galloway
loway Galloway and Mr. .1. B. Hall went out
to the scene cf the tragedy. Mrs
?on. wife of the murdered man j
arrested and. carried to Ocala to
Messrs. Zalusky. of North Dakota,
are horueseekers here.
Mr. Henry Haas, of Ohio, is a re recent
cent recent arrival at the Springs.
Mr. W. H. Massey. of Santa Fe.
who has spent the past week at his
old heme here, returned last Wed Wednesday.
nesday. Wednesday. Miss Florence Hail was hostess at
a very pretty Hallowe'en party last
Friday night. The guests were met
by ghosts who ushered them around
where spooks, black cats, and jack-o-ianterns
and ether mysteries were
at every corner. Miss Gladys Hall

dressed as a ghost, served chicken
purlo from a large pot, a la camp
fashion. After this delicious disb
was served there were numeroua
Hallowe'en games which were enjoy enjoyed
ed enjoyed by all.

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OF ELEPHANTS
Will be in Ocala With Sautell's Big
Circus Next Wednesday
A real circus would be a Hamlet Hamlet-less
less Hamlet-less show without elephants. The
coming great circus and menagerie
Sig. Sautelle's latest effort will
show nine of the biggest, tallest
pachaderms that ever trumpeted un under
der under canvas. Performing elephants
too, trained by a master to perform
wonderful feats, showing intelligence
and acumen. The gigantic creatures
are insured against accident in
$100,000. They will appear in par parade
ade parade and in the ring as features.
These big accessories are especial especially
ly especially interesting to children and stud students
ents students of natural history. They are a
never-ending curio, as they always
have been since elephants were firsl
imported from Asiatic and African
wilds. Watch for. the unloading, ii
you can get out that earl-. The ele elephants
phants elephants will aid the men in hauling
the big caravans from the trains .tc
the show grounds.
Sig. Sautelle's 9-Big Railroad
Shows, Circus, Museum, Menagerie
and Wild West will exhibit at Ocala
Wednesday, Nov. 12th, afternoon and
night. ad.
SOUTH LAKE WEIR
South Lake Weir, Nov. 6. Mr. A.
H. Foss made a trip to Orlando last
week, returning Saturday.
-Mrs. M. L. Carnahan and Mrs. F.
W. Perrin were Ocala shoppers one
day this week.
Misses Clara Sanborn and Irene
Gates, Messrs. Melton Albertson,.
Paul Smith, Sam Elder, Robert Gar Garrett
rett Garrett went to Ocala Saturday from from-this
this from-this place. The young folks report a a-fine
fine a-fine time while there.
Mr. M. S. Carnahan and daughter.
Mis Ethel, will arrive Thursday of.
this week from Pleasantville, Pa.
The young friends of Miss Min Minnie
nie Minnie Albertson are sorry to learn of'
her illness, and hope for a speedy re
covery.
Mr. Robert Garrett went south
Tuesday. He expects to get a posi position
tion position packing fruit.
The young people who attended
the Hallowe'en part at Weirsdale
last Friday night report a fine time.
Mr. Arthur Adams and daughter.
Miss Louise, and Mr. J. E. Adams,
made a trip to Ocala Tuesday.
Mr. W. H. Sanborn went to Or Orlando
lando Orlando Monday.
Mr. E. C. Albertson and son, Ed Edwin,
win, Edwin, were visitors in Candler Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. Mr. A. H. Foss has closed hit
packing house here for a few weeks
;and will go south to put up some of
his fruit ther
IT NEEDS EMPHASIS ALWAYS
' Lakeland Telegram: Governor
Trammel! said a good thing which
needs to be emphasized in these
careless times Vhen he declared in
his Thanksgiving proclamation that
I "free government and the, general
welfare hae neer prospered except
among people whose religion, con conscience
science conscience and gratitude were constant constant-;
; constant-; !v active forces."
New arrivals at Harley Bros'.
Hart, SchaSfner & Marx suits for
men at 114 to $20 per suit.l0-30-Ct
Fresh oysters daily, "any style."
Merchant's Cafe, J. II. Dewey.lO-3-tf

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THE OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1013
EVERYBODY TURN OUT
OCALA OCCURRENCES j
MAKE YOUR PLANS TOZATTEND

Masons meet tonight.

! GOVERNOR TRAMMELL

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Moose meet this evening.

MAY VISIT THE FAIR

; In a letter to the Star, Governor
Band concert tomorrow evening. Trammell says that if it is possible
for him to be here anv dav during
. Football game Monday afternoon, j the event he win 5urely attend th
j Marion County Fair.
1 Democratic Club meets tomorrow! The governor Eays he will nof
evening. j maKe anv promise, but he will be
I glad to see the fair if the public
E. M. Clarke of Gainesville is at busine5S wilI allow him to be pre3.

The governor may rest assured

And Give the Bandsmen a Good
House at Their Concert To- i
morrow Evening
All music loving people in Ocala
should turn out and give the mem members
bers members of the band a good house at
their concert tomorrow evening at
the Temple. There will be a superb
entertainment, as anyone can see by
the program, and after giving us so
many fine concerts free, the music musicians
ians musicians certainly deserve .a big crowd,
at this one to which .they ask a
small admission fee. ;

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'Twenty-One'." What is it? Wait,
watch. 10-30-tf

H. B. Mock, of Electra was in town
today.

that he will receive a warm welcome
if he can visit the city at that or any
other time.

ATTENTION

We lead in perfumes, soaps and
powder. Court Pharmacy. 11-5-tf.

E. L. Ward of Lakeland is at the
Ocala House.

i The beautiful rosebud pattern in
cut glass at The Murray Co. 11-6-tf

H. E. Walters and L. Simontofl of
New York are at the Harrington.

Mr. and Mrs. A. Dodd of Fort Mc McCoy
Coy McCoy are at the Ocala House.

C. H. Landis of Oxford, X. C, is
at the Harrington.

Oscar M. Eaton has been re reflected
flected reflected mayor of Lakeland.

L. R. Strauss of Jacksonville is at
the Ocala House.

J. D. Scruggs of Terrell is at the
Harrington.

Mr. J. B. Withers of Lochloosa is
at the Ocala House.

Stationery, all grades and at good
prices, at The Murray Co. 11-6-tf

Orders for cakes, etc., for recep recep-'tions
'tions recep-'tions receive prompt attention at
Carter's Bakery. 11-5-ti

Miss Laura Vinson and Mrs. J. E.
Squires of Eastlake are at the Ocala
House.

"VVe have on display a very large
line of hair brushes, every kind and
price. The Court Pharmacy 11-5-tf.

Mr. Pete Mcintosh, who has been
sick for several days with neuralgia
is better today.

Pretty and stylish hair ornaments

rT11llI-l T-Q at TicC ifflPCVs 11-5-tf

Mr. W. J. Frink of Levon was a
visitor to Jacksonville yesterday and
loday.

Carter's bread, cakes, etc., are

made with machinery and baked by
steam. 11-5-tl

Mr. Thomas Ray, Jr., of Leesburg
and Mr. David H. Kirkland of Lake
Weir, were greeting Ocala friends
today.

Notice the new advertisement oi
Mr. Charles Goddard, successor tc
Che firm of Tompkins & Cobb, livery
stables, in another column of today's
paper. Charlie is out for the busi business
ness business and if hustling and go-ahead
methods will secure it, just put him
down as a winner.

0. K. TEAPOT
BULLETIN
Self-Rising Buckwheat
Maple Syrup
Pancake Flour
Cranberries
Dill Pickles
Brick Codfish
Swiss Cheese
Fat Mackerel
Neufchatel Cheese
Cream Cheese
Pimiento Cheese
Sunshine
Chocolate Hydros
Cheese Chips
Golden Flakes
Tan-San
Cheese Straws
Philopena
Verinique
Champagne Wafers
Whole Wheat Wafers

0. K. TEA-POT
GROCERY
PHONES 16 and 174.
OCALA FLA.

Important meeting at Board of
Trade rooms at S p. m. tonight to
discuss vital question and devise
best and quickest methods of meet meeting
ing meeting the issue. Every man interested
and urged to come. Don't stay at
home. You will regret it when it is
took late. The future of Ocala is in
the balance. Let us weigh this ques question
tion question well, then act.
J. D. Rooney, Secretary.

Ladies hair shampooed and all
electrical treatment given to the
hair and scalp, including electric
drying, at Miss Miss Affleck's Beauty
Parlor. 11-5-tf.

New line of combs and barrettes,
of all the late designs, at Miss
Affleck's 11-5-tf

Ocala is certainly fortunate in one
thing above all others, and that is
that she has very few real "tight "tightwads,"
wads," "tightwads," 'but the ones she has are
pastmasters of the thirty-third de degree.
gree. degree. Nothing personal in this if
you're not it.

Ball bearing barrettes, the latest
thing out, just received at Miss
Affleck's 11-5-tf

Mclver & MacKay sent a casket
to Crystal River today for Mr. B. P.
O'Neil, who died there this morning.

No better line of stationery, and
pound packages of paper with en envelopes
velopes envelopes tc match, can be found any any-were.
were. any-were. The Court Pharmacy. 11-5-tf.

Fresh oysters daily, "any style."
Merchant's Cafe, J. R. Dewey.lO-3-tf
Mr. A. J. McLaughlin, senior
partner of the firm of McLaughlin &
Tolar, came up from Tampa yester yesterday
day yesterday and -returned today. He is very
well pleased with the business of his
Ocala store. He is interested in sev several
eral several South Florida furniture stores
and all are doing a good business.

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

Messrs. H. M. Hampton, Chas. V.
Miller and William Jones are relax relaxing
ing relaxing their minds with a fishing expe expedition
dition expedition today.

You should discard that straw hat.
See" Waterman for the latest soft
hats and derbies. 0-22-tf

J. D. O'Hearne, a popular and well
known traveling man, died at Lake Lakeland
land Lakeland last night. He often visited
Ocala. His home was in St. Augustine.

"Twenty-One" is not 21 yet by
many years, but it will be "around
here" when many other things are
forgotten. 10-30-ti

Don't forget the band concert at
the Temple tomorrow evening. Also
remember, this is a paid event. Peo People
ple People who obtained so much satisfac satisfaction
tion satisfaction out of the free concerts should
not fail to attend this one.

Harley Bros, are now ready to fit
ou with a Hart, Schaffner & Marx
suit from $14 to $20, next door to
W. U. telegraph office. 10-30-tf

The county judge has issued mar marriage
riage marriage licenses to Lloyd Dowd and
Vertie Mallock, to Walker Thomas
Tagg and Kittie Altfield.

All kinds of fancy cakes and pas pastry,
try, pastry, such as pound cake, layer cake
and macaroons are constantly on
hand at Carter's Bakery. 11-5-ti

In a short time "Twenty-One"
will be the most talked of proposi proposition
tion proposition in Ocala. Watch for it. 10-30tf

Mr. Robert McLaughlin of Mc McLaughlin
Laughlin McLaughlin &: Tolar, is in the city from
Tampa on business affairs.

Desk blotters and card board, all
colors, at The Murray Co. 11-6-tf

GETTING READY FOR THE GAME

The members of the football'team,

lei by Captain Norton Davis, are:
out on the grounds at the ball park!
this afternoon, practicing for the!

game with the Florida Scrubs nextj

Monday afternoon. The boys are
going to put up a fine game, and de deserve
serve deserve the encouragement of the home
folks.

MOOSE SPECIAL MEETING

A special meeting of the Moose
will be held at the lodge rooms this
evening. All members requested to
be present, as business of import importance
ance importance will come before the lodge.

Ocala now has an industry that is
a little out of the ordinary. Th
wood yard of Moses & Nasser on
North Magnolia street manufactures
a supply of cane juice daily for
drinking purposes and dispenses it
right on the grounds at two glasses
for five cents or 25 cents a gallon
Then, too, a drink palace and wood wood-yard
yard wood-yard operated on the same premises
is an extraordinary combination.

Don't forget the football game
Monday afternoon, and mark a
place in your memoradum book to
remind you to be right there on the
rooting line.

mum

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TO BE HELD AT OGftLA

Arrangements are being rapwl completed

W

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for the Biggest and Best Fair ever5iield in Flor Flor-ida.
ida. Flor-ida. Exhibitors of Live Stock, Agricultural,
Horticultural, Industrial and Dofstic Exhibits
are making application for space every day,
and every indication is that this season's show
will be by far the best in the history of the
Association.
Special low rates have been
granted on all Railroads leading into
Ocala.

Mr. E. L. Crawford of the NewJ
York Consolidated Card Co. is in thei
city, interviewing the trade. He;
ji it-- x 11. i a 1

snoweu me reporter me aneiy ui
card his firm made its pile on, and
the reporter reciprocated by showing
Mr. Crawford the variety he lost
his pile on.

See the cut glass display at The
Murray Company. 11-6-tf

Mr. YV. H. Durrance arrived from
Tampa this morning and took his
son, J. J. Durrance, back to Tampa

When You Ask For

You have said the one word that ex expresses
presses expresses infinite refinement in con confections.
fections. confections. HUYLER'S CHOCOLATES are chos chosen
en chosen by those who know chosen for
the purchaser's own use, or for gifts
to others.
Fresh shipments received weekly
by express and kept always in per perfect
fect perfect refrigeration for the delight of
Ocalans.
PHONE 373.

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

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with him this afternoon. Young
Durrance is the Union News Co's.

agent who acted so strangely on his
train Monday night, and in this city!

Tuesday, causing him to be restrain restrained
ed restrained until his sanity could he investi investigated.
gated. investigated. He has been quite sick and
will probably be all right when he
recovers his health.

Hawk's business college continues
to grow in numbers and good works.
It teaches the best system and incul inculcates
cates inculcates it thoroughly.

It is about as hard these days tc
find a colored bailiff in a Federal
court in the South as it is to see a
moving picture without "that night"
or "next day" in it. Pensacola
News.

T. W. Troxlcr

EXCLUSIVE OCALA AGENT.

Wood! Wood!
First-class y
Oak or Pine,
Any Length.
Prompt delivery any anywhere
where anywhere in the city.
Ocala Wood Yard,
MOSES & NASSER,
Proprietors.

Rev. J. B. Ley, pastor of the First
Methodist church, Ocala, was in the
city a few hours yesterday and
made an agreeable call at the Sun
office. Mr. Ley has a large number
of friends in this city and they are
always glad to see him. Gainesville
Sun.

Cor. Magnolia & Jefferson Sts.

: Phone 209 B.
j FRESH CANE JUICE
; Made Daily,
I 25c per gallon.

Our fountain drinks, cream and
sundaes are very superior. Get into
the habit of visiting our fountain.
The Court Pharmacy. 11-5-tf

There will be quite a lively con contest
test contest over the office of alderman in
the second ward. Both the candi candidates,
dates, candidates, Messrs. John Taylor and Em Em-mett
mett Em-mett Robinson, are popular, good
business men and good citizens, and
either will serve the city well.

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

G. C. SHEPHARD,

DENTIST.

Holder Block, Rooms 9 and 10.

PHONE 250.

Mr. T. D. Dillon has returned from
his visit to Miami. He says. every everything
thing everything is on a boom down that way.

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

The Dr. McCIane Medical, Surgical and
Electrical Institute
OCALA, FLORIDA.
PHONES Office, No. 333. Dr McClane's Residence, No. 407.
Office Suite 1 to 7, Holder Block Southwest cor. Public Square.

GUI

yMEDPAlNt

YOU CAN ALWAYS
DEPEND UPON
Mastic -Paint
"The Kind That Lasts"

THERE is no guesswork about this old reliable paint.
It has made good for more than forty years. It is just
Pure White Lead, Zinc Oxide, and Genuine Linseed
Oil in the correct proportions which make it the best and
most economical paint for you to use. It is ready for you to
put right on spreads freely, and wears for years with its
color intact. Does not flatten, scale off, nor show streaks,
as is the case with inferior paint- It is your property's one
best friend adds years to its life, enhances its value, and
makes it attractive. Ask us to tell you more about it.
113 C1 Ask for handsome illustrated book on "Homes
1 JT.IjILi and How To Paint Them," also color card.

1

McIVER & MacKAY, Ocala.

Rexall Liver Salts will relieve any t
i
liver ailment and the loss of j
strength and. the other ailments j
caused by it or money back. 23c. j
and 50e. at Gerig's Drug Stores.10-25 j

E

'rnn-nr wi-fMirri -

The Star regrets to learn that the;
bunch of Vandals who desecrated
several of the high school rooms last j
Friday night were not irresponsible t

boys, but grown men. The officers
are on their trail, and if the act is
brought home to any of them they
will certainly go on the streets. A
man who will do anything of the sort
is a public enemy.

Charles Goddard
Livery and Feed
4
Stables.
Successor to Tompkins &
Cobb, Livery Department.
Cor. Magnolia and Ft. King,
Ocala, Fla.

HELPING THE HOSPITAL

NextFriday at Rheinauer's store
there .will be handsomely dressed
dolls on sale. The sale will be in
chaxgnof hospital nurses and the
money derived wjll go, to that institution.

Uncomfortable, tired feet -were
never known to be in the same
shoes w;ith Rexall Foot Powder. 23
eents at: Gerig's Drug Stores. 10-25



THE OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1913

THREk
OWNED IIP
LAST CHANCE
ESPONSIBILITY.

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 ether places where people con conceal
ceal conceal their money, are well-known to burglars. Hide
it in OUR BANK, then you know you can get it
when you want it.
DO YOUR BANKING WITH US
We Pay 4 per cent IisScre! n Savings Accounts

....

Mrs. Wilson Confessed She Killed Last appeal! Last chance! Last
Her Husband But Claims that j opportunity knocking at your door!
, Don't turn it aside; don't forget, but
She Was Justified . , x,
j remember, Friday night, Nov. th!
Mrs. Wilson, widow of Albert Wil-Uvhy? It's the band concert, one of
son, who was killed near Orange! the best musical entertainments an

Springs Sunday night, has confessed i Ocala audience will enjoy tnis win

ter, and tall our own people; own
home talent. Let us fill the Tem Temple
ple Temple jam it; thus helping our band.
How we long for those delightful
concerts again. If we will respond
liberally now it will mean so much
to our city.
J. D. Rooney, Secretary-

FRIDAY, NOV. 28, WILL BE
CHILDREN'S DAY AT THE FAIR

Date Set by School Board? and Man Management
agement Management Will Admit Them
Free of Charge
The board of public instruction at
its meeting this week set Friday,
Nov. 28th, as Children's Day, or a
holiday for the schools of the county.
Under an agreement with the man management
agement management of the Marion County Fair
Association all school children of 12
years of age and under will be ad admitted
mitted admitted free and all over that age for
15 cents each. It is a holiday for
those schools only who will attend
the fair.

1 jj
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that it was her hand that sent her
husband across the river Styx.
She sent for Sheriff Galloway late
yesterday afternoon, and gave to
him an account of the killing and the
circumstances leading to it.
She says that they passed the day
at the home of her father, Mr. I. P.
Wells, in the vicinity of Eureka, and
while there considerable drinking
was indulged in. They left Mr.
Wells' home for their own late in
the evening, and had not proceeded
far on their journey, when her hus husband
band husband began to quarrel with and
threaten her, and finally struck her.
Smarting under the first blow, and
expecting another, she fired a shot at
him, and when he staggered, believ believing
ing believing that it was his life or hers, she

fired again. Wilson fell to the
ground, and in a panic at her act she
threw away the pistol and ran to the
woods.
Mrs. Wilson claims that her hus husband
band husband had treated her badly ever
since a few days after she was mar married
ried married to him, and says the reason why
she carried a pistol last Sunday was
because she expected ill treatment
from him at any time.

Mrs. Wilson is about tnirty years rountv Commissioners Delegate Mr

old, but looks older. Evidently shej (Jo)ep o Prosecute Caseg in
has not had an easy time during her
, ; t, T, ,. i County Judges Court
life. Her first husbanl, Ed. How-j J
ard, was killed in a quarrel with an- The county commissioners, in re re-other
other re-other man near Fort McCoy several j sponse to the wish of the law-abid-

years ago. The killing was evident-ling people of the county, have ap-

ly considered justifiable by the peo- i pointed Mr. Win. E. Gober to pros pros-pie
pie pros-pie of the community as the coron-' ecute criminal cases in the county
er's jury acquitted the slayer. Mrs. judge's court.
Howard's second husband left her Judge Gober is a smart and n ell-

land after securing a divorce she mar-'; read lawyer.' His appointment will

ried Wilson. remove the handicap of the state
The reports of a varouse at Wells' which in the county judge's court
home Sunday hae been made by has hitherto been unrepresented by
several parties living in the neigh-'; counsel, enabling any criminal who
borhood. j could hire a lawyer to secure a great
Mrs. Wilson gave Sheriff Galloway advantage. Doth Judge Smith and
the names of several of her neigh- Judge Eell before him have desired
bors by whom she says she can prove such an appointment to be made for
ill-treatment from her husband. If; years, and the demand for it has be be-she
she be-she can make her claims good, it is ; come insistent of late months.

not likely tnat a jury win convi.i ;
her, as striking a woman is yet con- YOUNG MEN'S CLUB

sidered one of the cardinal sins oi :
i
this section.
Mrs. Wilson will have her prelim-;

Responsible banking is the policy under which
this institution has been managed since the day of its
organization.
That this policy is appreciated is indicated by
the constant and gratifying growth in business.
It is the desire of the officers of this bank to con continue
tinue continue adding new accounts of those individuals de desiring
siring desiring the most efficient service andresponsible
banking.
The Ocala National Bank
An Active United States Depository

A GOOD APPOINTMENT

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Fourteen acres and 5-room house
on Silver Springs hard road across
the road from the Marion Farms;
new drilled well. The property was

and buyer failed to
Deed is here and

must be taken up. It's a bargain.

I WILL SHOW YOU

sold for $1500

make payment.

! DAVOD S.
I Real Estate and Investments.
Merchant's Block
1 Over GeriQ's Drug Store, Ocala, Fla.

in nary hearing Friday, Nov. 14.

i PI.KASKS) SAVANNAH PEOPLE

of the Underworld" Drew a
l-nrjie Crowd in the
(ieor&ia City

WE DO NOT "SHARP PRACTICE'' WITH
CUTLERY AND HARDWARE FROM US.

THOSE WHO IJUV

OF COURSE, WE KNOW WHICH BRANDS OF HARDWARE
WEAR THE REST. THESE WE SELL.
WE STAND BEHIND EVERYTHING WE SELL, AND MAKE
GOOD I FA NY THING GOES WRONG. WE IMN'T DO THIS
OFTEN, BECAUSE WE HAVE LONG SINCE CUT OUT ALL
LINES OF GOODS THAT DID NOT STAND THE TEST.

artee Hardware Co,
Phone 118, Ocala, Fla.

of importance-will be considered. AD
members reqaeste.l to attend, and
every member should bring a re recruit
cruit recruit if possible.
The club has been forme I foi
good business and political reasons

Savannah News: At popular price?; ancl will be glad to have the coopera coopera-"The
"The coopera-"The Girl of the Underworld" wation of all citizens who desire the
presented to a large audience at the prevalence of the best measures and
Savannah theater last night. The two the best men.
upper floors were crowded, and the j
orchestra was more than half rilled-! HOSPITAL NOTES
Many were attracted to the show by j
the name. If they expected anything'; Mr. C. F. Yenable, mayor of Cen Cen-salacious
salacious Cen-salacious they were disappointed ter Hill, who was brought to the
The story deals with the life of the j hospital yesterday, was operated on
denizens of the underworld of New and is resting very well today.
York thieves, gunmen and Magda- j Mr. Roy Luckie is able to sit out
lenes but neither the lines nor the on the porch.
scenes were objectionable. The j All the other patients are doing
piece is designed to teach a lesson, j nicely.

5ii:KTS TOMC5RROW NIGHT j a .T V-j 4 lT-- "av 1 I
The Young Men's Democratic I V V j TYiV'RI I
Club will meet at the courthouse to- I W. ''r!:'' f
morrow evening ar 7:30. Business j I M ';y Vv U r-, 1 '&Jt "I

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PERTINENT POETICS

TEMPLE THEATER
Monday Nigh!, Nov. 10th, Only

THE MOST SENSATIONAL PLAY IN YEARS

A GIRL

OF THE

UNDERWORLD

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By Jack Gorman

A VIVID AND STARTLING REVELATION
OF
The White Slave Traffic in New York
PRICES 25, 50, 75c and $1
Seats on sale at

COURT PHARMACY THURSDAY NOV. 6.

A giddy girl will use some cause
To gratify her whims:
She'll often go to church because
She dearly loves the hims.
The tumult and the shouting dies,
The umpire cussing and the row
The diamond all desertei lies:

SWE A RI N GEN-H UTC H I NS
Mr. James Edward Swearingen
and Miss Eunice Hutchins, a fine fine-looking
looking fine-looking young courde came to town
today, and were married in the

i county judge's office. Judge
officiating.

Smith

I

A CAR OF HENRY CLAY FLOUR
The Cam-Thomas Company re-

They're breaking bones at football i ceViri a few days ago a solid carload

now.
This thins of sleeping every night
is something of a curse
We hate to go to ied at all. and hate
to get up worse.

of Henry Clay Flour, one of the fin finest
est finest grades of liour on the market
This firm always buys its flour in
solid carload lots.

IS YOUR HOUSE WARM THIS WINTE?. ARE YOUR HORS HORSES
ES HORSES WARM IN THE STABLE? NOW IS THE TIME TO FIX THE
PLACE UP COZY. WE'VE GOT THE WEATHER BOARDING
AND EVERYTHING IN THE BUILDING LINE YOU NEED AND
THE PRICE IS AS HONEST AS THE DAY IS LONG.

L0,

Ocaia

PHONE 223

Florida

FOR SALE
A perfectly new and highly at attractive
tractive attractive hen's nest, occupied only by
a porcelain door knob nest egg

Among the appreciated callers ai
the Star ofiice today were Mr. D. H
Kirkland of the Oklawaha Farms
and Mr. Charles A. Sisson of At Atlanta.
lanta. Atlanta. Ga. Mr. Sisson is here on a
business visit to Mr. Kirkland in

Never been used, and not likelv tc j connection with the Kirsland-nisson
be as the owner's hens positively de-i Realty Company in Atlanta. Mr.
cline to lay. They seem to be affect- J Sisson is also treasurer of the A. K
ed with "standupitis." Price of nest Hawkes Company. During his short
complete with door knob, five cents j stay here he will visit the Chamblis;

Applv to owner. Mr. J. B. Ley. natural orange grove on the W unia

Ocala. Fla. 1 1-6-1 1 j coochee river. Silver Springs,

Mr. Peter Loos, living out five
miles near Kendrick, brought to the
Board of Trade rooms today four
stalks of sugarcane showing Mar Marion's
ion's Marion's productiveness. These were
taken from his field without any re regard
gard regard to size or length but these av average
erage average from nine to twelve feet in
length.

I

A lot of new Hart, Schaffner &
Mark suits just in at Waterman's.
They're the very latest designs.
Come and look then over. 9-22-tf

the

Oklawaha Farms and other points oi
special interest in the county.

Prominent visitors in the county
for a fortnight are Messrs. Piper and
Dana of California and Maine, re
spectively. They are government
men and are guests of Mr. Charlie
Rogers on the reservation across the
Oklawaha river. They are taking
pictures, inspecting the method oi
planting trees and obtaining all in information
formation information possible.

Board of Trade Wednesday night.

DR. W. K. LANE Specialist, Ere

jEar, Nose and Throat. Office Law
Library Building, Ocala Adv.

IV1PORTANT CHANGE OF SCHEDULE
ATLANTIC 'COAST' LINE
Effective October 19th.
Night Trains 37 and 38 Re -established.

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

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

ra.
m.
m.

Trains 9 and 10 will be discontinued south of Leesburg.

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

Read our UNCLASSIFIED ADS. lor your wants



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THE OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1913

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTINGEU & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
R. II. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Buines Manager
J. 11. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.

EUREKA
Death of an Old and Well Ileloved
Citizen
Eureka. Nov. 6. News of the
death o: Mr. Hardy Rainer, Tuesday
morning, cat quite a gloom over the
entire community, as he has a large
circle of friend, who deeply sym-

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ier great

PHONE 51

SUBSCRIPTION RATES

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( Domestic)
One year, in advance..

Six months, in advance.... 2.5
Three months, in advance. 1.25
One month, in advance 50

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

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"Truth crushed to earth shall rise
again," but Truth and Tammany will
never go upstairs on the same elevator.

A score of people were killed and
many badly injured in a railway ac accident
cident accident at Melun near Paris Tuesday
night.

Congressman L'Engle will try to
have the Atlantic battleship squad squadron
ron squadron visit Miami on its return from
the Mediterranean.

Before the trouble began in Mex Mexico,
ico, Mexico, there were at least 50,000 Am Americans
ericans Americans in that country. There are
now only about 5000.

ers of Florida the important matter
of rural credits, and the inauguration
of a system of farmers' banks. The
convention will be addressed by
Governor Trammell, Senator Fletch Fletcher
er Fletcher and Mr. F. J. II. von Engelken,
who has been thru Europe and stud studied
ied studied the plans on the ground. Marion
is next-door neighbor to Putnam and
her farmers have a special invitation
to be present at the convention.

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TOURISTS COMING IX THRONGS

If anybody tries to love Tammany
in proportion to the enemies it has
made, his love will have to spread
out mighty thin in order to cover
the ground.

A headline in the St. Petersburg
Times says "Gotham Sings Tam Tammany's
many's Tammany's Swan Song." Seems to the
Star like the Times is mistaken in
the bird.

Next Tuesday will be tag day in
Jacksonville, and the money raised
will be set aside for use in entertain entertaining
ing entertaining the conventions the city expects
to have held in its boundaries next
-year.

Count Zeppelin is preparing tc
build another immense airship.
When the count arrives in Heaven,
he will find enough souls from his
preceding Zeppelin crews to man
quite a good-sized navy.

It isn't improbable that the disas disastrous
trous disastrous defeat of Tuesday will cause
the Tammany organization to reduce
Murphy to the ranks. Of all the
bosses Tammany has had, he is the
least principled and the most stupid.

The United States Bureau of Edu Education
cation Education says that two years' time of
every student in the public schools
is wasted in unnecessary studies. Al Almost
most Almost any public school patron who
sees his children putting in hours at
study that should be devoted to rest
or exercise can testify to the fact.

The tourist rush has already be began
gan began in Florida. They are coming
in daily now, and the hotels are be beginning
ginning beginning to fill up. The daily trains
from the north bring crowds of tour tourists,
ists, tourists, who have come to the state for
the winter. Some stop in the city
some leave here later, and Still
others go straight down the state tc
one of Florida's famous winter re resorts.
sorts. resorts. Florida has been advertised con considerably
siderably considerably this year by the railroad
and steamship lines and others and
the tourist is now beginning to re realize
alize realize that Florida has the best cli climate
mate climate in the world, and its possibili possibilities
ties possibilities are unlimited. The best fishing
in the world is enjoyed in Florida
and once they visit the state they
can't stay away.
That this winter will prove to be
the greatest tourist season in the

history of Florida, there can be little
doubt, as indications point in this di direction.
rection. direction. Jacksonville Metropolis.
Ocala does not depend on tourists
to any great extent; however, our
city expects its share of them this
season. Ocala is well prepared tc
care for visitors, and with the con conveniences
veniences conveniences of the city and the excep exceptionally
tionally exceptionally pretty country around it
should be a Mecca for the northern
health and pleasure seekers.

.-atnize

reavement.
Miss Oliia Hirison and Miss Anna
McDonald attended the cane-grinding
at Mr. J. X. Brinson's cne even evening
ing evening last week.
Mr A 7 arm qti r f HrUn-ln

l 1 I i LUUl 1 I -i i lii U 11 L i 1U11 Ul j M t
is visiting his sister, Mrs. J. X. Erin-; !!'!!

son. i

We are extremely sorry to hear of
the illness of little Louise Lanair.
and hope for her a speed- recovery.
Mr. F. M. Harp paid a visit tc
Jacksonville last week.
Mrs. E. X. Smith of Kenwood,
stopped over a day or two last week.
She was on her way home from Fair Fairfield.
field. Fairfield. Mrs. I. M. Hinson and infant
son. Oris accompanied her to Ken Kenwood
wood Kenwood Monday afternoon. They re returned
turned returned Monday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Holister, of West
Virginia, are down to spend a few
days viewing the beauties of the Ok Ok-lawaha
lawaha Ok-lawaha river.
Mr. and Mrs. Smith, of the Lynn
community were over spending a
few days with Mr. Smith's sister,
Mrs. Rainer and to be with her thru
the illness of Mr. Rainer.
Mr. Oliver Marsh was in our burg
last week.
We are sorry to learn that Mr. H.
B. Mathews had to return to the
hospital Monday. We sincerely trust
that his physical condition will soon
be much improved.

MAKE USE OF IT.
In the fullest sense of the word, Munroe and Chambliss Bank Service
means ASSISTANCE FOR YOU.
If you have never thought of this bank as an assistance in vour business,
you have evidently not made full use of its facilities. When you do this you
will begin to realize of what practical help it can bd. Its fuller use is offered
to you today.

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OCALA, FLORIDA

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XEW CONSTITUTION" XEEDKD
Lakeland Telegram: The Starke
Telegraph thinks that a law com compelling
pelling compelling each man to earn a minimum
salary would be a good thing, espe especially
cially especially for negro loafers in every
Southern state. Perhaps so, but the
first arrest that was made for its vio violation
lation violation would probably result in pro proceedings
ceedings proceedings that would show it was un unconstitutional
constitutional unconstitutional from center to cir circumference.
cumference. circumference. What we really need in
this state is a constitution about
twelve inches long set in solid

I eight-point, and then we could en

'The democrats won in Maryland
Tuesday by about 30,000 majority.
They elected Blair Lee senator and

a majority in the legislature that act needed laws without falling over

will be able to override any veto of it.

the republican governor elected last
year. Wm. J. Bryan delivered a
number of speeches in Maryland dur during
ing during the campaign.

A good man never does a good
piece of work but what some schemer
or scalawag is waiting around the
corner to twist it to his own vile
uses or spoil dt altogether. One oi
the latest instances of this is the
joker in the Bryan bill, to put the
state to heavy and useless expense
In the matter of inspectors. The
legislator who tacked this piece ol
scoundrelism on the bill should be
Impeached.

McIXTOSH

Superb Program Which Will be Giv Given
en Given at the Temple Friday
Evening, Xov. 7
The following program will be ren rendered
dered rendered by the Metropolitan Band Fri Friday
day Friday evening, Xov. 7th, at the Tem Temple
ple Temple theater, given in addition to the
regular three or four reels of mov moving
ing moving pictures. This is a benefit con concert
cert concert to help the band defray regular
running expenses, such 'as hall rent,
repair to instruments, etc. It is
hoped that the public will respond
liberally as this is the first time the
band has asked for any support from
the public in several years. Price
of admission will be 20c. and 10c.
Program
1. Overture, "Morning, Noon and
Night in Vienna" Fr. von Suppe.
2. Descriptive overture, "Con "Contest
test "Contest of the Gladiators" B. G. Mc Mc-Fall.
Fall. Mc-Fall. (Trumpeters. The assemblage
enters stadium. Hail the King! Par Parade
ade Parade of contestants. Gladiator's fare farewell
well farewell to his sweetheart. Trumpeters'
ball. Contestants enter. All ready.
The contest. Fall of favorite. March
of victor. Plea for fallen favorite.
Trumpeters attention! March of re rejoicing.
joicing. rejoicing. King turns thumbs up.)
3. Selection, "The Chocolate Sol Soldier"
dier" Soldier" Oscar Strauss.
4. March, "The Sparkler" Ed Edgar
gar Edgar S. Allen.

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

Xov. 10
derworld."

Xov. 17 Edison talking pictures. j
Xov. IS Edison talking pictures. J
Xov. 27 Local talent; benefit of
the hospital.
Xov. 2S Burt Leigh, in "ThejJ
Little Millionaire." j
Dec. 2 Creatore's Band. i

S "The Barber of Seville."! J
13 "The Leopard's Spots.'j

io .eii u linen Minstrels.
27 Bought and Paid For.
30 Coburn's Minstrels.
1 "Divorce Question."

Jan. 6 "The Shepherd of

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

Jan. 2S Anti-Saloon League lec-'
ture.

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

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W. W. Tilghman of Palatka has
been given a patent for a dispensing
spout.

It has been a long time since the
autumn elections of the year after
its coming into power have been as
tavorable to an administration as
those of Tuesday were to Wilson and
the democratic party. The result in
Massachusetts is phenomenal; in
Maryland and Xew Jersey it is good
The loss of the Xew York legisla legislature
ture legislature can't be counted as a loss, foi
it might as well be republican as
Tammany, and it is Tammany's fault
rthat it is republican.

The election of David I. Walsh as
-governor of Massachusetts is spe specially
cially specially gratifying to the administra administration
tion administration and its friends. Governor Foss
originally a republican, but who
came over to the democrats a few few-years
years few-years ago, and was spoken of in con connection
nection connection with the presidential nomi nomination,
nation, nomination, but returned to the republi republican
can republican ranks when he thought the dem democratic
ocratic democratic tariff would hurt his business
Tivas fourth in the race.

Saturday week, Xov. 15, there will
"be held at Palatka a farmers' con convention.
vention. convention. This meeting is called by
tne Palatka board of trade, for the

purpose of placing before the farm-j

Mcintosh, Xov. 6. Mcintosh was

in a state ot great excitement on
Tuesday over her first election.
Xeedless to say she feels her import importance
ance importance since being incorporated so that
a keen interest was taken in the elec election,
tion, election, so keen that though the polls
were supposed to remain open until
6 p. m., every one at home who was
eligible had voted by 4:30 p. m. The
following ticket was elected: Mayor,
C. F. Farren; councilmen, S. H.
Walkup, J. K. Christian, C. E. Bate Bate-man.
man. Bate-man. Hallowe'en was duly observed by
the youngesters about town by play playing
ing playing many pranks. The one which at attracted
tracted attracted the most attention was a de delivery
livery delivery wagon which was resting on
top of the depot.
Dr. A. C. Walkup has purchased
the stock of drugs from Dr. Lamb
of Reddick. Dr. Walkup's office
hours in Reddick are from one tc

three p. m., after which he calls on
any patients that may be in that
vicinity.
The revival meetings at the Chris Christian
tian Christian church came to a close Tuesday
night. The pastor was assisted in
the meeting by Rev. Cassidy, a

young evangelistic singer oi iven iven-tucky.
tucky. iven-tucky. The meetings were very suc successful.
cessful. successful. Seven persons joined the
church while the attendance was ex excellent.
cellent. excellent. Dr. I. W. Waddell went to Mica Mica-nopy
nopy Mica-nopy dti Saturday where his wife
and daughter from Marietta, Ga.
will soon join him for the winter
He is located at the Tuscawilla hotel.
Mr. S. H. Gaitskill made a brie)
business trip to Jacksonville Wednesday.

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COMMITTEES OF THE
CITY COUNCIL: J

Finance Carmichael, Helvenston

and Weathers.
Light and Water Taylor, Weihe
and Weathers.
Street Weathers, Weihe and
Bennett.
Fire Weihe, Helvenston and
Carn.
Police Weihe and Bennett.
Market Carn, Taylor and Car Carmichael.
michael. Carmichael. Building Bennett, Carmichael
and Taylor.

This is an attractive combination of silver and
copper, that we have recently stocked, it will hold
its color and not tarnish.
We have the following articles:
Fern Dishes, Desk Sets, Candle Sticks,
Jewelry Cases, Clocks, Smoking Sets,
Ash Trays, Book Racks, Etc
The price is reasonable. Come in and see the goods.
Ao Eo IBwimeffit,
THE JEWELER,

Merchant's Block,

Ocala, Fla.

LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE

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

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We Guarantee To Save You Money on Any Work in Our Lines
As vre employ none but experts we are In position to nnnarantee er-erj-
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rigid Inspectors. It costs nothing to set oar figures and yon are the
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CHAPTER NO. 13, K. A. M.

Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the

fourth Friday in every month at!

1:30 p, m. C. B. Connor, H. P.

TIUCIKEIR.

CLYATT BLOCK OCALA, FLORIDA $

Jake Brown, Secretary.

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ODD FELLOWS

J. E. C1IACE
Dental Surgeon
Rooms 9, 10, 11, Holder Block
Thone 250

Tulula Lodge No. 22, Independent j
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every ;
Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock ( in'
Yonge's Hall, Fort King avenue. Vis-!
itors in the city invited to be with js
G. L. Taylor, N. G. j
W. L. Colbert, Secretary. Adv. j

Terms:

OCALA, FLORIDA
Cash.

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

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

NOTICE
To Bond Holders of the Marion
County Hospital Association
Six per cent, interest coupons due
November 1st, 1913, may be pre presented
sented presented at the Munroe & Chambliss
Bank for payment on that date.
10-25-tf Ben Rheinauer, Treas.

R. C. MUNCASTER

FIRE

LIFE
ACCIDENT
HEALTH
PLATE GLASS
BURGLARY, EMPLOYEES LIABILITY

Ocala House Block

Phone 420

MARION COUNTY DIRECTORY

and

The best line" of cigars in the city:
at the Court Pharmacy. 11-5-tf

Judge Circuit Court W. S. Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, Ocala.
District Attorney E. W. Davis,

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Clerk Circuit Court P. H. Nugent, j
Ocsls j
Sheriff J. P. Galloway, Ocala. j
Tax Collector W. L. Colbert,!

Ocala.
Tax Assessor Alfred Ayer, Ocala.
Treasurer John M. Graham,

j Ocala.
I Survevor TV. A. Moorhead, Ocala.
! Judge of Probate Wm. E. Smith,
! Ocala.
! County Commissioners C. Carmi-

TTr- cnla 0 minrnvpH fnrms !chael. Ocaia: J. W. Davis. Summer-
ror sale ou improved iarms, ( w T Henderson Lynne; d. g.

1U tO bUU acres, lioruiem Watkins. Dunnenon; waiter xuii-

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iuuuuu vuuui,nwimu. Board pat,lic instruction J.
SO 2,000 acres CUt-OVer land; (Brinson, Superintendent. Ocala; B.
nrnt(d- finp truck and R- Blitch. Blitchton; J. S. Grantham.
well located, nne irucfc anu Fort McCov; w. D. earn, ocala.
orange section. Write lor
description and prices. Come Rexall Cherry Bark Cough Syrup
see me win reIieve your cold r mone5"
back. For children and grown-ups.
JOHN L. DAVIS, Tastes good, too. Sold only at
IRVINE, FLORIDA Gerig s Drug Stores. 10-25

W. H. MARSH
Phpne 1Q8
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VULCANIZING. I

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 Fir&t-CIass.
Bring us your Casings and Tubes to be Vulcanized.
Worn out tires and tubes bought.
FISK and FIRESTONE TIRES
of all sizes and rims, always in stock
DAVIES, The Tire Man
Phone 438. OCALA, FLORIDA Main St., near Postoffice,

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THE OCALA EVENING STAR. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6t 1913

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CARLOAD

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

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

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At this Period Use AH
Safeguards lor Comforts and Well Being
.The best and most practical of these is ice ir ice. It preserves
your food, conserves your health, increases your pleasure, does
you good in ways too numerous to mention and all for a little
noney.
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Rubber
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Mohair
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Goods subject to examination. Test of goods seen at
shop. Workmanship the best.
OCALA AUTO TOP CO.
J. J. McCRANIE, Manager.

WHITE' STAR LIME,
TRANSFER AND FI REPROOF STORAGE
COLLIER BROS., Proprietors.

Teams for Light
and Heavy Hauling.
Packing and
Shipping of
Furniture, Pianos
and Safes.
Baggage Service
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Steam Laundry
Main Street
Phone 101.
OCALA, FLORIDA
$10.00
... 12.50
$15.00
20.00
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or Ceiling in
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Sirs. E. Van Hood, Editor
Liquor Licked in Tenne!ee
Governor Ben Hooper, the plucky J
little Napoleon who practiced "final j
perseverance" until the legislature
saw their duty and did it. analyzed
the battle and victory as follows
"A great victory," said Governor
Hooper. If any gang was ever beat beaten
en beaten to a pulp, it was the organization
in the present legislature alleged tc
be regular democrats. They have put
in nine and one-half months fight fighting
ing fighting the law enforcement measures,
which I recommended to the legisla legislature,
ture, legislature, and, with every advantage in
their favor, have been scattered
crushed and overwhelmed.
"Tonight the hired liquor lobbyist
and city gunmen have vanished from
Capitol Hill, and the hillbillies are
the monarchs of all they survey.
The people of Tennessee have been
granted the right to go into courts
with civil lawsuits and exterminate
the lawless saloon. They will no
longer be compelled to sit with fold folded
ed folded hands an 1 suppressed indignation
while faithless public officials refuse
to enforce the criminal laws.
"The shipment of liquor from one
countv into another has been for
bidden by, and the federal Webb
law has been made effective by pro prohibiting
hibiting prohibiting the shipment of liquor into
the state.
"Of course, we realize that the en enforcement
forcement enforcement of these laws will be hin hindered
dered hindered as much as possible, and that
the courts will have to pass on them,
but ultimately law and order will
prevail.
"In Kansas there are thousands of
men more than thirty years old who
never saw an open saloon. The boys
that are being born in Tennessee
now will never see one."
Let the liquor traffic alone and we
will continue to spend a billion of
dollars every year to take care of
our product of crime.
Let the liquor traffic go and the
white slave traffic will continue.
Kill the liquor traffic and the white
slave traffic dies with it, and danger
is removed from your daughter's
pathway.
Let the liquor traffic go and our
production of degenerates will con continue
tinue continue to increase.
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Let the liquor traffic alone and ten
million little children will continue
to be robbed of the necessities of
life.
Breeding of Feeble-Mindedness
From one of the schools for feeble
minded in Hamburg Germany, there
passed out in 1911 thirty-one feeble
minded children who had been at attending
tending attending the school for six years.
Fourteen boys went from the first
to the highest class, ten from the
second, five from the third, and one
each from the fourth and fifth class classes.
es. classes. The boy from the fifth class was
so defective that he was dismissed
as a child who did not even know his
alphabet.
The priest who confirmed these
children, Fr. Rossel, took occasion
to examine the family history infor information
mation information blanks which had been filled
out when the children entered the
school in 1905, and a long story of
varied degeneracy was unrolled.
The blank had recorded the total
number of children born to the fam families
ilies families represented in the school prev
ious to 1905, the number of living
children, the cause of death of those
who had died, the number of still stillbirths
births stillbirths and abortions which the
mother had had, and the evidences
of hereditary taint or other possible
casual factors of the mental weak weakness
ness weakness of the child in the special
school.
Two hundred and fifty-seven child children
ren children had been born to the trirty-one
families. Of these 115 (44 per
cent.) had died. Only six of the
families had lost no children. In
seven cases (22 per cent.) it had
been ascertained that the father was
a drunkard, bun reliable and truth truthful
ful truthful information on this point had
been difficult to obtain and appar apparently
ently apparently alcohol has been a hereditary
factor in many more cases.
In accounting for the large num number
ber number of feeble-minded in these fam families
ilies families Fr. Ros?el says ( Die Enthalsa Enthalsa-mret.
mret. Enthalsa-mret. Aug. 191?.):
"The lot of the mother must be
terrible. One child follows another:
no recuperation period, no rest;
every year come-; a cniia. an;i neanj
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; every seconl child must be buried,
i Weak vitality, rachitis, convulsions
! have the riht of way.
With every child the care becomes
greater: with every child the mother
j loses some of her vital energy, with
' every birth the children become
! physically and mentally weaker, and
' a large number are too weak to live,
j "Pregnancy, confinement, aecom aecom-'
' aecom-' panied by hard manual labor, are

the mother's lot. From the birth of
the first child on she has no rest.
It means an enormous loss of pro productive
ductive productive energy.
"The conditions are worse in the
families of the lower classes. The
general conditions of the families

from which come the greatest num-!

ber of weak-minded children to re-Seabofrd Air Line Passenger Dept.
cruit the special schools is bad.! Norfolk, a., Oct. 2t, 1913.
From one-third to one-half of the'Mariou County Fair, Ocala, Xovem Xovem-children
children Xovem-children die in infancy. From the j uer 23-28.
effects of hard work, poor food and. To ticset agents at all points named
bad treatment," frequently from! below:

drinking husbands, the women pro-j
duce defective child-material. It is!
not an exaggeration to speak of
man- houses and streets in the
est parts of the city Hamburgl as
breeding places of feeble-minded-

ness. A school physician told me, Baldwin
that he knew of two houses in the Bushnell
city where there were thirty feeble- 'campville
minded children. iCitra ...

"Reproductive exhaustion of the Coleman
mother, deficient nourishment, hard 'Dade City
physical labor without the necessary j Dallas ...
recuperation, bad housing, alcohol-'Eldorado
isra of the father, and ignorance onFairvilla

the part of the parents, wo-k to-1
gether to inflict deep and serious in
jury to the body."
Such are some of the factors in
producing defects whose growing
number is a cause of grave concern
in every nation, and there is hardly
one of the causes other than alcohol-
ism to wnicn aiconoi may not also
contribute.
ALL ABOARD FOR OCALA
Atlantic Coast Line Special Rates to
Marion County Fair j
On Xov. 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
Eranford 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
Edgar 1.70
Evinston 90
Eustis 1.50
Floral City 1.80
Fort White 2.45
Gainesville 1.45
Grand Island 1.60
Hague
Hernando i
Hawthorne
Homosassa ,
1.80
1.40
1.15
1.75
High Pprings 2.15
Holder 1.25
Inverness 1.60
Interlachen 1.85
Juliette 90
Kendrick 30
Libson 1.55
Leesburg 1.25
Lady Lake 1.05
Lowell . 60
Lake City 2.80
Montbrook 1.40
Martin .50
Mcintosh 85
McAlpine 3.20
Martel -50
Morriston 1.25
Mt. Dora 2.05
Micanopy 1.10
Xewberry 2.15
Orange Lake 80
Okahumpka 1.45
Oklawaha 70
O'Brien 3.00
Palatka 2.35
Pine Mount 3.30
Reddick 65
Rochelle 1.20
Sanford 2.75
Sorrento 2.20
Tavares 1.60
Trilby 2.05
Umatilla 1.80
Weirsdale 90
Webster 1.85
Williston 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
plainly marked, stamped or punched
"Y2" E. M. NORTH,
Asst. Gen. Passenger Agent.
T. C. WHITE,
Gen. Passenger Agent.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge's hall the first Fri Friday
day Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock and the
third Friday afternoon at 3:30,
each month.
Mrs. Emma C. Burnett, W. M
Miss Florrie Condon, Secretary
Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly
The Old Standard general sirengtheninj tonic
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC, drives -u.
Malaria,enriches the blood andbuilds up the sys
tem. A true Tonic. For adults and children. 5-c.

BDUIID TRIP DATES
Ocala from Seaboard Air Line
Points During the Marion
County Fair

To
On account of the above occasion
you will sell round trip tickets to
Ocala, at fares and under conditions
poor-'quoted below
Kates
Apopka
$2.25
1.50
1.50
1.35
.80
1.20
2.05
.SO
1.50
2.55
1.45
1.S0
1.15
2.30
.80
1.90
2.25
325
1.00
2.45
2.50
1.45
2.65
1.10
.S5
1.25
2.90
2.15
1.95
1.60
.80
1.60
1.45
1.45
1.25
Gainesville
' Hampton ...
Hawthorne
' Highland .
island Grove
Lacoochee ..
:Lawtey ....
jLeesburg .
Lochloosa
Lockhart
Maxville
Orange Heights
Orlando
j Orange Home
Oxford
Panasoffkee .
'Plant City
Plymouth
Starke
St. Catherine
Summerfield
Tavares
Terrell
Waldo
Whitney
Wildwood
Zellwood
Zephyrhills
Fares for Children
1.00
2.05
2.40
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 28, inclusive, 1913.
Limits
Continuous passage in each direc
tion, 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."
Baggage
Usual allowance will govern.
Charles B. Ryan,
Gen. Passenger Agt
G. Z. Phillips, A. G. P. A.,
Jacksonville, Fla
John Boisseau, City Ticket Agent.
State of Ohio, City of Toledo,
Lucas County. ss.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that
he is senior partner of the firm of F
J. Cheney & Co., doing business in
the city of Toledo, county and state
aforesaid, and that said firm will pay
the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL
LARS for each and every case of ca catarrh
tarrh catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and subscrib
ed in my presence, this 6th day of
December, A. D 1886.
(Seal) A. W. Cleason,
Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in
ternally and acts directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Send for testimonials free
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo Ohio.
Sold by all druggists, 75 cents.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con
stipation. Adv.
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY
CITY OF OCALA
Mayor J. D. Robertson.
Recorder L. T. Izlar.
Assistant Kecor(T-r Joseph Bell.
Council J. H. Taylor, president
pro tem; E. C. Bennett, Baxter Cam,
C. W. Huntei, E. T. Helvenston, G.
A. Carmichael, F. G. B. Weihe, C. M.
Livingston.
City Attorney C. L. Sistrunk.
City Clerk H. C. Sistrunk.
Treasurer and Tax Collector W.
W. Clyatt.
City Engineer J. R. Moorhead.
Superintendent Light Plant J. C.
Caldwell.
Superintendent Water Works J.
A. Campbell.
Marshal A. J. Brigance.
Fire Chief H. S. Chambers.
Sanitary Inspector G. W. Cleve Cleveland.
land. Cleveland. Street Commissioner R obert
Marsh.
OPEN DAY AND 5IGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
'corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
of;ct any hour. Adv.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Foit King Camp No. 14 meets in
fonge's Hall at S p. m. every second
Friday. Visiting soveieigns always
welcome. J. F. Thompson, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. Ad
Next meeting Friday night, Nov. 14.

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Sweet Milk :
Butter Milk :
Cream
Butter
Pork Sausage, ;
Tennessee Style in Shncks
Dressed Poultry,
Fresh Country Eggs,
call phone;;482.
Sanitary! Dairy j
Corner Fort King Avenue
and Magnolia Street.
Basement of Burnett Building) 5
LuacMe's
Garage.
I have just oiened up my new
garage on North Main street, and
solicit a share of the patronage of
ar owners in Ocala and surrounding
territory. The repair, department
is prepared to do all kinds of auto
mobile repairing on short notice.
None but first-class workmen em-'
ployed, and therefore, I am in po
sition to guarantee every job that
leaves the place. Rates will be found
reasonable as high-class workman
ship and good material can be fur
nished
GIVE ME A TRIAL
T. C- LucMc,
Proprietor
Building formerly occupied by Idem
Theater.
Telephone
235 or 38S
when you want a
First-class Plumber
I am prepared to
do all kinds of Steam
and Gas Fitting.
J. W. AMe,
S, Osceola St. Ocala, Fla
FURNITUR
We can save you money on your
Furniture and Household Furnish Furnish-ng
ng Furnish-ng purchases. A large stock of both
new and second-hand furniture.
We make a specialty of the IN INSTALLMENT
STALLMENT INSTALLMENT BUSINESS, and can
make you low prices and easy terms.
Try our method, you will like it.
Second-Hand Furniture Bought at
Highest Market Price.
A. M. BOBBITT
Retween Market and Laundry
9-11 dly
Phone 481.
OCALA. FLA.
Call Phone 267
Ocala Meat Market
when you want First-class
Fresh Meat, Fish or Vege Vegetables.
tables. Vegetables. Corn-fed pork from
my own farm. Al Rhame.
Ocala's best cutter, will
serve you. Prompt delivery.
D. N. WALDRON
412 X. Magnolia St.. Ocala, Fla.
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL
Carpenter and Builder
Careful Estimates Made on All Con Contract
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S CLUB
C "V A k sa -r A TT a w w m s. t JT
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Dr. W. H. Dodge returned yester yesterday
day yesterday from Jacksonville, where on
Tuesday evening he witnessed the
marriage of Miss Nellie Dean to Mr.
Thomas I. Mcintosh. Dr. Dodge as assisted
sisted assisted Dr. .French with the' ceremony
Mm. Mcintosh is the attractive sis sis-terfof
terfof sis-terfof Mrs. James V. Dpdge, who is
a daughter-in-law of Dr. and Mrs
Dodge and a frequent guest at the
manse.
Mrs. E. Van Hood and Miss Mar Marguerite
guerite Marguerite Porter returned last night
from Orlando, where they attended
the meeting of the State Federation
of Women's Club3. Miss Porter was
on the program, and delighted her
audience with some of her most
beautiful songs. Mrs. Hood went to
Mcintosh this morning, to attend the
meeting of the Marion Baptist As As-,
, As-, sociation.
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Johnson, Miss
Clara Johnson, Mrs. L. F. Blalock
and Mr. O. B. Howse spent the day
fishing down on Silver Springs run
and at noon enjoyed a good fish din dinner.
ner. dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Christian Ax and
the latter's mother and sister, Mrs.
Keidel and Miss Daisy Keidel and
maid, arrived yesterday and' will oc occupy
cupy occupy the cottage of Mr. and Mrs. C.
L. Gamsby for the winter. They
made the trip from Baltimore tc
Jacksonville by water, and from there
they motored through in their tour touring
ing touring car.
Miss Blanche Mizelle of Orange
Lake is the attractive guest of Miss
Ophelia Sawtell.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J.. Williams
motored in from Homosassa this
morning and spent the day shopping.
Their young son, who was bitten by.
a bulldog in fourteen places, sev several
eral several weeks ago, is sufficiently recov recovered
ered recovered from his wounds to return tc
his studies at school, which is grat gratifying
ifying gratifying news to the Ocala friends ol
the family.
Mr. J. E. Johnson, who visits
Lynne once a fortnight in the inter interest
est interest of his firm, was accompanied to today
day today by Mrs. Johnson. They were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. II. Rogers
Mrs. J. E. Johnson of Mayo is the
guest for several weeks of her cous cousins,
ins, cousins, Mr. and Mrs. O. II. Rogers ol

Lynne.
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Carmichael
have as their guest, Mr. Charles Sei Sei-bert
bert Sei-bert of Fernandina. Mr. Seibert took
his friends quite by surprise Tuesday
when he arrived in Ocala, as it has
been fifteen years since he has been
here. He is a valued employe of the
Seaboard at Fernandina, and a num number
ber number of years ago his father was one
of the most popular conductors on
the Seaboard.
Miss Emma Rogers, a prominent
business woman of Jacksonville, ar arrived
rived arrived this afternoon and will spend
the next few days with her brothers
Messrs. John and O. H. Rogers at
Lynne, and parents, Col. and Mrs. R
F. Rogers of this city.
Miss Gaines of Leesburg, who had
- on display at the Woman's Clut
demonstration fair last winter, a
variety of Japanese embroideries

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Big Bill Anderson in
THE TENDERFOOT SHERIFF
THE ROMANCE OF ROWENA
(Edison Comedy)
THOSE LITTLE FLOWERS
(Biograph Comedy)
MR. SPRIGGS BUYS A DOG
(Biograph Comedy)
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6:30 to 10 p. m.
ADMISSION:
5 and 10 Cents

had a booth at a similar fair which
came to a close last night in Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. Mrs. S. R. Pyles returned today
from a delightful few days visit
with Mrs. S. P. Bennett at St. Pe Petersburg.
tersburg. Petersburg. Mrs. Ed Carmichael entertained at
dinner today in honor of her guests
Mrs. W. A. Richey of Toledo, Ohio
Miss Una Sheeley of Demorest, Ga.
and Mr. Charles Seibert of Fernan Fernandina.
dina. Fernandina. A motoring party in from Citra
for the day included Mrs. J. B. Bor Borland,
land, Borland, Mrs. Harry Borland, Misses
Louise and Ethel Borland.
Miss Ethel Colvard arrived yester yesterday
day yesterday from her home in Birmingham
and is the lovely guest of her sister
Mrs. A. M. Lansford.
Mrs. H. A. Fausett is now able to
sit up for a while since her severe
illness.
Miss E. Lilley has returned after
spending four months with her sis sisters
ters sisters and other relatives in Canada.

WISE AND OTHERWISE
(Clipped AVithout Credit)
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Occasionally it is easier to bear it
than it is to grin.
The world is growing wiser, but
we still have a lot to learn.
A woman frequently changes her
mind, but the quality remains much
the same.
A man always says things behind
his wife's back when he is hooking
up her dress.
m
Much that passes for enthusiasm
is nothing but gush.
People on pedestals should be
careful of their balance. j
Great opportunities seldom ern- j
ploy an advance agent. j
Huerta, as a matter of precaution, j
should reserve one jail for himself.
Some married men would be only j
too glad to settle down if their wives j
would quit stirring them up. i
j
Altho only about one person in
every fifteen has perfect eyesight,
nearly everybody believes all he
sees.
Sterilization of razors in barber
shops may be all right, but compul compulsory
sory compulsory sharpenization would be even
better.
Few men care to say what they
think about women.
An unmarried man never realizes
how many faults he has.
A little push will generally last
longer than a political pull.
Our idea of a queer woman is one
who prefers comfort to style.
A girl thinks her first beau has
forgotten more than her father ever
knew.
A GIRL OF THE UNDERWORLD
"A Girl of the Underworld." that
plays at the Temple next Monday
evening, tells more genuine story in
an evening than all other plays on
this theme. "A Girl of the Under
world" shows mothers and daughters
the pitfalls of vice. It shows nothing
is ever derived from vice. It shows
the lures to young girls alone in New
York; the wages of sin. No matter
how small a disgrace when you are
branded once, you are disgraced. It
i,nr.n.-rr.n!n -l- 1 T' All cV nil 1 .? flllCl
someone you thought good, honest
true and loving, only to find them
low, mean and degrading, what
would you do? You would not know
what to do. If you who were inno innocent
cent innocent were dragged down to disgrace
because you loved some one un unworthy
worthy unworthy would it be right. "A Girl
of the Underworld" shows you the
wrongness of such action. Isn't it a
lesson, isn't it something to know
isn't it worthy of going to see? You
will acknowledge this, "A Girl ol
the Underworld" is everything which
has been said in its praise. The best
show of its kind ever written.
FOR RENT Five-room cottage on
Fourth street; also four unfurnished
rooms for light housekeeping. Mrs
Blanche Whetstone, 715 South Fifth
street. ll-5-6t

Assemblage of the Federation in
Nineteenth Annual Session at
Orlando
Orlando Sentinel, 5th: The- nine nineteenth
teenth nineteenth annual session of the Florida
Federation of Women's Clubs con convened
vened convened last evening in the Rosalind
Club, and never before in the history
of Orlando has so large and impor important
tant important an assemblage been entertained
in the city.
The program was begun by a cho choral,
ral, choral, "Crossing the Bar," which was
sung by sixty of the members of the
Mendelssohn Club.
The invocation was given by Rev.
Alfred A. Ricket, this being followed
by several brief addresses.
Mrs. Wm. Hocker, state president
of the Federation, spoke of the ad admission
mission admission of the Civic League of Or Orlando
lando Orlando to the F. F. W. C. a year ago,
and of the astonishment of the dele delegates
gates delegates gathered at Palm Beach where
that convention was held, when the
club so recently federated invited
the Federation to be its guests for
the next annual session. After com complimenting
plimenting complimenting the "infant prodigy,"
Mrs. Hocker, in behalf of the Feder Federation,
ation, Federation, greeted the hostess clubs So So-rosis
rosis So-rosis and the Civic League.
Mrs. J. T. Fuller introduced the
speakers, Mayor Reynolds, who wel welcomed
comed welcomed the visitors to the "City
Beautiful;" Judge J. M. Cheney,
"the light of Orlando," representing
the board of trade; the president of
the Rosalind, Mrs. J. M. Thayer;
the president of the Sorosis, Mrs. A.
B. Whitman; the president of the
Junior Civic league, Miss Helen Hos Hos-kins.
kins. Hos-kins. Mrs. Thayer gave a mo?t happy
little talk, greeting the delegates
and voicing the pleasure of the
Rosalind Club in offering the use of
its home to the Federation.
In introducing the dainty little
president of the junior league, Mrs.
Fuller said that she felt that per perhaps
haps perhaps she was introducing a possible
president of the General Federation,
and all who heard Miss Helen Hos Hos-kins
kins Hos-kins as she outlined the work of the
J. C. L. and gave a prettily worded
greeting to the older organizations,
were impressed with the prophecy
made by the senior president.
Mrs. Whitman told most interest interestingly
ingly interestingly of the literary work done by
the mebers of the Sorosis, and of the
need which this club supplied.
Mrs. J. D. Rush, the first vice pres president
ident president of the Civic League, who so
carefully steered it thru its most
difficult period, was to have made an
address, but owing to illness was un unable
able unable to be present. Mrs. Fuller, who
read Mrs. Rush's affectionate greet greeting,
ing, greeting, prefaced it with a few words .ex .expressing
pressing .expressing the deep regret of the
League that Mrs. Rush could not be
in attendance.
Mrs. Charles Cay, of Tallahassee,
responded most graciously to the ad address
dress address of welcome, expressing the
heartfelt appreciation of the visitors
of the cordiality of the citizens of
Orlando.
The principal address of the even evening
ing evening was that of Mrs. Kirk Munroe,
from Cocoanut Grove, who handled
well her subject, "Prominent Wo Women
men Women of Florida and Their Work."
Giving first an interesting account
of the founding of the Federation of
Women's Clubs in Florida, she then
paid high tribute to the women who
bravely labored and suffered during
the civil war.
The many names of women who
had gained deserved distinction thru
their ability in various lines of work
included authors, educators, busi

ness women, church workers, and j
members of the Daughters of the
Revolution.
When among church workers she
read the name so well known and
revered here, Deaconess Harriett
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The Best Groceries.
This is a broad statement, but we
stand back of it. When we tell you
that in our line is included the fa famous
mous famous Seaman Brothers goods, than
which there is none better put in a
package, you may know our reason
for it. And our delivery system is
right up to the minute.
Smith Grocery Co.
PHONE 434
North of Ocala National Bank

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MemmapkaMc Valines.
In some cases the sale prices are half the original
price. All bags offered are much reduced, and you
now have a fine chance to get a good bag cheap.
SALE PRICES
From 35c to $2.98.
Original value
50c to $3.50.

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Randolph
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of applause showed the appreciation j
and interest of her many Orlando;):)
friends. J
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many others whose life work was
given, but their names, which fol- j
low, are largely familiar, especailly j

to the club women of Florida:
Mrs. W. W. Cummer, Sister Esth Esther
er Esther Carlotta, Martha B. Reed, Sister
Mary Ann, Mrs. Duncan U. Fletcher,
Mrs. Henry M. Flagler, Miss Okie
Painter, Mrs. McAdoo. Miss Agnes
Harris, Mrs. Frances Clayton, Miss
E. A. Phillips, Mrs. Caroline Hensell,
Miss Ellen Call Long, Mrs. Harriet
B. Stowe, Caroline Brevard, Mrs.
Knott, Miss McQueen, Mrs. Minnie
Moore Wilson, Mrs. Henry Wright
Miss Hattie Carnenter, Miss Marga Margaret
ret Margaret Rankin, Mrs. Katherine Egan,
and the three women light house housekeepers,
keepers, housekeepers, the five women doctors, and
the four women lawyers of Florida.
In concluding a few remarks in
behalf of the suffrage movement
were applauded, especially her quo-;
tation from a prominent worker that
"we might as well prepare for the
inevitable. Women are going to
vote and the home will not be
stroyed."
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Two particularly enjoyable musical -numbers
added much to the pleasure j
of the evening, these being a vocal j
solo, -'Xon Destarmi (Gounod), by j
Miss Margaret Porter of Ocala. who
responded to encore with "Three j
Little Chestnut Burrs," and a piano j

solo. Liszt"s "Rhapsody," by-Missj.
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Gertrude Peyser of Ocala, who was
also warmly encored.
An informal reception followed,
giving visitors and residents an op
portunity to meet for social chat, the
dainty refreshments served oy tne
committee in charge being much en enjoyed.
joyed. enjoyed. BIG LINE OF CUT GLASS
We have' put in a large and com complete
plete complete line of cut glass of high grade
and exquisite patterns. The Court
Pharmacy. 11-4-tf
MRS. McMANUS,
Dress Maker,
209 Orange Ave.
WANTED Residence. To rent oi
buy moderate sized residence south
of North First and east of A. C. L.
railroad. Vacant lot considered.
Communications confidential. Ad Address,
dress, Address, "K' this office. 11-5-lt

House of Quality.

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HEADQUARTERS F0R4VIRE, FENCE
We have just received a carload id ithe Famous SOUTHERN Wire
Fencing-, Staples and Hay Wire a ml are. in position to make you some
attractive prices on It. We are th only dealers in this section of the
country that handle this brand of rfenee and have demonstrated in the
past that It is absolutely the.bet and, strongest fence on the market,
and running it as we have in competition with many infetior grades
of wire fence. We have had aoaie phenomenal sales on It and
made many friends and customers. Give us your orders. If the goods
don'i. make good we

? ACCURACY

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The Hotel you take your Mother, Wife or Sister to
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THE OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1913

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FIXE OBJ EST LESSON
FOR THE FARMERS
CARRANZA ONLY
WANTS A CHANCE

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Dining

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Every one knows the discomfort of eating breakfast in a cold dining room.
There is not always a Jlue in that room and if there is, who has the time to
build up a fire in tiraeCfor breakfast?
The home that Is 'piped for gas heat knows none of this. The heat is al always
ways always ready and only' needs' a lighted match to make the room warm and com comfortable.
fortable. comfortable. Have your homfi-piped for gas in every room. There will always be found
a use for it, and especially in cold weather, when a little gas radiator can be
attached that will leat the chilliest room.
Let us give yoi prices on piping your house now, before cold weather
really comes. 1 J&
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PHONE 61.
HarringlonlHall Hotel building Fort King Avenue

A Cattle Dipping Vat Will be in Full i (iive Him Gun He Will Soon
1 Cut Off Huerta's Graft
Operation at the Marion
- Nogales, Ariz., Xov. 6.- At the re-
County fair juest of General Veaustiano Car-
There will be built and demon-; ranza, the constitutionalist chief, Dr.
strated at the Marion County Fair a; Henry Allen Tupper, of-the Interna Interna-cattle
cattle Interna-cattle dipping vat of the best and tional Peace. Forum, telegraphed
most modern design, full size and in' Secretary of State Bryan as follows:
every way up to those used by the j "Carranza makes only this re

quest that our government permit
the free importation into Mexico of
arms and equipment. He gives pos positive
itive positive assurance under these circum circumstances
stances circumstances of speedy peace and stable
constitutional- government and he
deplores intervention as a grave and
disastrous mistake."
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111 j government in its tick eradication

campaigns.
This will be one of the most inter interesting
esting interesting features of the fair and one
that will be worth more to the cat cattle
tle cattle raising men of the county and
the other counties who exhibit with
us, than almost anything that could
be shown there.
Messrs. T.T. Munroe, J. L. Ed Edwards
wards Edwards and Dr. J. C. Boozer, with a
number of other gentlemen, have
been hard at work on the plan for
the past few days and have now be begun
gun begun actual work on the vat. They
subscribed liberally to the fund to
cover the expense themselves and
will take up subscriptions among out

business people to make up the bal

ance.

Mr. Jack Camp was kind enough

to loan the gentlemen the plans and

forms used to build his vat a few

months ago and this w-ill make the

work far 'easier and less expensive
than it would otherwise have been.

The vat will be 27 feet long and 8
feet deep, the solution standing six

feet in depth, so that the cattle when

shoved in go entirely under, head
and all. The width is 30 inches in inside
side inside and the walls will be about 6
inches thick of concrete, cement
lined sides and bottom. The vat

slopes down to nearly' half its length

from one end, up which slope the

cattle walk out after having their

tick removing bath. A shute is built
of wire fencing to receive the cattle
and a small pen at the other end tc
kep them in till they thoroughly
drip, as the dripping solution is
poisonous when allowed to stand on

grass or other forage eaten by cattle.

A contract will be let in a day or
two for the erection of the dipping
vat and it will be completed before
the opening of the fair.

HE WILL FIND AMERICA

TOO HOT TO HOLD HIM

OF HORSES AND MULES AT
TOMPKMS and COBB'S STABLES
Ocala, Florida

Wednesday, November 12th at 8:30 A. M.

Los Angeles, Cal., Xov. 6. Jal

officials have received instructions tc
ship to Tampa, Fla., all the effects

of Ortie E. McManigal, confessed dy dynamiter
namiter dynamiter and witness against the Mc-

Xamara brothers and others in the
dynamite conspiracy. McManiga?

was released on Monday. It is said
that McManigal's destination is Ha Havana,
vana, Havana, where he will go to South Am

erica.

NOTICE

Of Administratrix Sale
Notice is hereby given that Laura
C. Dillard, administratrix of the es estate
tate estate of Samuel J. Dillard, deceased,
will sell at public sale at Summer Summer-field
field Summer-field at 10 o'clock a. m., on
Wednesday, the 19th day of Novem November,
ber, November, 1913
the following personal property: 300
barrels of ear corn and 12 tons of
peavine hay; said sale to he made
pursuant to section 1412 of the gen general
eral general statutes of Florida, and for the
reason that the said property is
perishable and would be rendered
worse for keeping.
Laura C. Dillard,
Administratrix of the Estate of Sam Samuel
uel Samuel J. Dillard, Deceased. ll-6-10t
Address, Summerfield, Fla.

UNCLASSIFIED ADS
lost, Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Heeds,

WANTED At the

clean cotton rags.

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" FOR TRENT Three nicely fur furnished
nished furnished rooms for light housekeep housekeeping;
ing; housekeeping; bath and lights. P. A. Durand.
614 E. Adams St. 10-31-tf

RESIDENCE FOR RENT A seven-room
residence, all modern Im Improvements,
provements, Improvements, close in; possession No November
vember November 4th. Apply to Geo. J Blitch.
at Commercial Bank. 10-31-tf

FOR SALE- Brand new bivrfs
spring cot, with felt-mattress; cheap
for cash. Address "B. M." care Star
office. 1 10-3i-12t

A REAL BARGAIN A 2S-acre
farm with splendid house and all
necessary outbuildings, barn, etc.,
good well, six miles from Ocala on
hard road. This Is worth Investiga Investigation
tion Investigation by anyone interested. Address
H. D., care Star, Ocala. 10-31-lm

FOR SALE Oak hall rack and
dining table; cheap if sold at once
for cash. Address S. K. L., care
Ocala Evening Star. 10-31-4t
FOR RENT Furnished rooms at
$5 per month; very convenient; six
blocks from court house. Address
Box 330 Ocala. 10-30-6t

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says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in
writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's
tonic She says further: "Before I began to use
Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I
thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able
to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles
of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon
gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework,
as well as run a big water mill.
1 wish every suffering woman would give

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The winter schedule of the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Coast Line is now in effect. It
is as follows:
Southbound
No. 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.
No. 9 leaves Jacksonville at 3:40
p. m., arrives Gainesville at 6:53 p.
m., arrives Ocala at 8:45 p. m., ar arrives
rives arrives at Leesburg at 10 p. m.
No. 37 leaves Jacksonville at 9:30
p m., arrives Gainesville 12:37 a.
m., arrives Ocala 2:18 a. m., arrives

(St. Petersburg S a. m.

Northbound
No. 38 leaves St. Petersburg 8:30
p. m.t arrives Ocala at 2:20 a. m.,
arrives Gainesville 3:5S a. m. and
arrives Jacksonville 7 a. m.
No. 10 leaves Leesburg at 4:45 a.
m., arrives Ocala at 6:05 a. m.t ar arrives
rives arrives Gainesville at -7:55 a. m. and
arrives Jacksonville at 10:55 a. m.
No. 40 leaves St. Petersburg at
6:30 a. m., arrives Ocala 12:54 p.
m., leaves Ocala 1:14 p. m., arrives

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WAC AH OOT A
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Epperson oi
Williston spent Wednesday with
Mrs. L. M. Smith and in the after afternoon
noon afternoon called on Mrs. W. J. Edwards.

Messrs. Will Taylor and Olivei j
Mathews of Flemington were callers
in our midst last Wednesday.
Dr. C. G. Mixson, wife and little
daughter of Gainesville motored
over last Wednesday and spent a day
and night with Mrs. C. M. Smith.
Mrs. F. J. Bruton spent several
days last week in Gainesville visiting
relatives and doing some fall shop shopping.
ping. shopping. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Tyson and
children were shopping in Archei
Saturday.
The oranges through here are col coloring
oring coloring up nicely and there seems tc
be a good crop.
A nice shower would be very ben beneficial
eficial beneficial to fall vegetables.
Messrs. R. P. and Cedric Smith
were business visitors to Gainesville
Friday.
Mr. J. O. Tyson and little daugh daughter
ter daughter Jamielee visited relatives in
Alachua Saturday night and Sunday
The Central school opened Mon Monday,
day, Monday, Nov. 3rd. Miss Beryl McMillan
an efficient teacher of River Junction
is teacher. There are eighteen pu pupils
pils pupils enrolled and both teacher and
pupils seem enthused over their
work.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Epperson of
Williston and Mrs. T. N. Smith and
Misses Leola and Theora Smith were
shopping in Gainesville yesterday.
Can't Help But
Admire Babies
Every Wcman Casts Loviaj Glance at

the Nesthnfe Cuddled in it Bonnet.

A "man's heart naturally reond to

the charra and sweetness el a prct.y cLi: 1.
aaJ more so to-day iLca ever before sineo
the adyect of Mother's Friend.

MANUSCRIPT COVERS
An elegant line of lasers manu manuscript
script manuscript covers, in any color that could
be desired, just received at the Star
office.

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Wednesday, Nov. 12

Afternoon and Night
BIG
Free Street Parade

FOR SALE Two passenger auto automobile.
mobile. automobile. Fully equipped and in good
condition. Will be sold reasonable.
Address, "Auto," care Star office.tf
FOR RENT Six room cottage
with bath, etc., corner Watula and
South Seventh streets. Annlv at

Southern Express Office. 9 -4-tf

FOR RENT A six-room cottage

at 509 Tuscawilla street, across from

the primary school building. Apply
td Dr. R. D. Fuller at his office over
Munroe & Chambliss Bank. 10-6-tf

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inri uuuuiug, uiepiuoi wiiii cement
floor; also furnished rooms; all mod modern
ern modern conveniences.. One block from
the square; rent reasonable. 11-4-tf
FOR SALE 159 acres of good

mares, one cow and farming imple implements;
ments; implements; well improved; seven milea
southwest of Live Oak, Suwannee
county. Also 556 acres of good land
adjoining. Will sell at a bargain.
Apply or write to G. A. Howes, New New-burn,
burn, New-burn, Suwannee Co., Fla. 10-1 5-1 m
COTTAGES FOR RENT For col colored
ored colored people; conveniently located In
desirable part of town; all new; $G
and $8 per month. Apply to "W"
care Star. 10-15-tt

FOR RENT Two or three fur furnished
nished furnished rooms for light housekeeping.
Apply this office of 820 South Third
street. 11-4-tf

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WANTED A good office desk,
either roll or flat top; must be in
good repair if second hand. Write
at once, giving description, price,
etc., to "O," care Evening Star,
Ocala, Fla. ll-4-6t

Want to know what "21" is? Just
wait and watch. 10-30-tf

REELS LOST Lost on Orange
avenue hard road, two Shakspere
level-winding reels and one fishing
rod. Finder will be rewarded by
returning same to O. C. Schwartz,
Harrington hotel. ll-l-6td ltw

LOST A gold bar pin with name
"Jessica" engraved. Finder will
please return same to this office or

phoe 455, Mrs. Wm. Charles. 11-1-6

Gainesville at

:30 p. m., arrives

Jacksonville at C:30 p. m.

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

NOTICE
1913 state and county tax books
are now open. Two per cent off for
November payments and one per cent
off for December payments. Come
early and avoid the rush, being sure
to bring a correct description of
your property with you. 11-5-tf
W. L. Colbert, Tax Collector.

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to the muscles and te.dc.113. It r-ctra;.a
the tissues, msLt's tliczi pllzt to readily I
yu'Id to natures dcncJ for expaasic
eo tbere is no l-.ager a period of pain, dls-
cemfort, stralnlsj, catrsca or other Bjnp-
teas so cftcn d:?:ressizg during ilie aaxi&us
weeks of expf etancv. j
MotLc-r's Krit r. l prepares the srstom f r
the cfLilngr event, and its use brings en:- j
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rv nsT'.ns: avoi'Je.i all tne s-jrenas ana
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muscle involved and is a sure preventive

tale at ail druz stores at $1.0i a b-.tt!-
end is hizhlv recommended for the purpose. EVER pnoj: ,.,-
Write Bradfield Regulator Co.. 134 Iaar A PERFECT AND COMPLETE EXH.B
Bldarl. Atlanta. fa.. and they will mail yen j OTION, eminently worthy of the country at
sealed, a very instructive book for expec- (be age .cd patronized byt'acpure aid g:
tant mothers. every? h-'-e

FOR RENT A nicely furnished
room with all modern conveniences;
close In. Phone 378. 10-29-6.
FOR .SALE 2,000 pansy plant
at $1.50 per 100; terms cash. Heintz
the florist. 1 1-1-1 4t

NOTICE, SCHOOL HUILDIXG

Sealed bids will be received by J. II.
Brinson, superintendent, on behalf of
the Board of Public Instruction of
Marion county, Florida, at his office in
Ocala. Florida, until Tuesday, the 10th
dav of December at 12 ra.. for the con construction
struction construction of a school building1 for the
said board in Dunnellon. Florida, in
accordance with plans and .pecifiea .pecifiea-tions
tions .pecifiea-tions prepared by E. C. Hosford & Co.,
architects. Eastman, Ga.
i;ids will also be received at the same
time and place, for the installation of
-team heating and plumbing systems
in .aid buildinsr in accordance with
plans and specifications prepared by
-ail architect.-.
A copy of the plans and speciflea--j0ne
can he reen at the office of the
Superintendent of public instruction in
he court house at Ocala. Florida, at
-he office of Mr. G. YV. Neville, at the
riank of Dannellon in Dunnellon. Flor Flor-da.
da. Flor-da. at the ofn?e of Louis A. Fort, su-nervi-lnsr
architect. Lakeland, Fla.,
md at the office of the architects L. C.
Hosford & Co., at Eastman, Ga. A
cpy of the plans and specifications
-an be obtained, from the said archi archi-:ect
:ect archi-:ect at Eastman. Ga., on receipt of a
ieposit of $15.00 to guarantee their
?afe return to the architects on or be before
fore before the date of receiving bids
Bv order of the Board of Public In Instruction
struction Instruction of Marion County. Florida,
his 4th dav of November,. 1S13.
J. H. Brinson.
Secretary of the Board of Public
In struct fan.
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THE OCALA EVENING STAR. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1913
Mclverft MacKay
Fnneral Directors
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
Fine Caskets and Bnrlal Robes.

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U. E. 31C1VER and C. V. ROBERTS
Funeral Directors
All Work Done by Licensed Em Em-balmers
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PHONES:
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Hawk's
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Our courses include Shorthand
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studies of Touch Typewriting, Pen Penmanship,
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ing Spelling and Commercial Law.
Rates are one dollar per week in
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text books, note paper, ink, pencils,
etc. Studenets are not charged for
the use of typewriters.
Call on or write,
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Hawk's Business College,
Room No. 1, Merchant's Block.
OCALA FLORIDA
Hours: 7:30 to 9:30 p. m.

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Copyright. 1911. by ttc Bobbs-MerrM
Compaay

CHAPTER XI.
Discharged.
E sought out Mr. Doty Instead Instead-little,
little, Instead-little, flattered, easy Mr. Doty,
who certainly must have con concealed
cealed concealed angels wings under his
H
threadbare coat Mr. Doty was sym sympathetic:
pathetic: sympathetic: Mr. Doty understood. In
Matt's case nothing could be simpler;
the sea for the sailor, of course, and
they would go right off to his good
friend, Capc&ln Jim Buin. who owned
half the coasting craft out of
Oh, but Matt wished to stay In
Manaswan! Oh. the old story 1 see.
I see a young lady, and all the rest
of it! Well. well, well! Let Mr. Doty
think. let Mr. Doty think!
Half an hour afterward Matt was
formally engaged as physical instruc instructor
tor instructor to the Young Men's Christian as association
sociation association at a salary of a month.
Unlike its sisters elsewhere, the Man Manaswan
aswan Manaswan Y. M. C. A. was poorly sup supported,
ported, supported, either by the moneyed peo people
ple people of the town or the horde of illiter illiterate
ate illiterate foreigners whom it was intended to
uplift.
Mr. Cummins, the superintendent, a
very low voiced young man with eye
glasses, laid less stress on Matt's
capabilities as a physical instructor
than whether he would be prepared to
"help out." That had been the trouble
w'th the previous instructors they
wouldn't "help out." Would Matt help
out cheerfully? Matt promptly re replied
plied replied that he would, and smiling broad broadly
ly broadly to prove it, inquired for a more
precise definition of helping out.
This, it seemed, included washing
the gymnasium windows, scrubbing
the gymnasium floor, drying, the bath bathing
ing bathing suits, cleansing the swimming
tank, checking the towels, doing what whatever
ever whatever painting or varnishing was re required
quired required in the building, oiling and clean cleaning
ing cleaning a dozen typewriter machines, and
volunteering cheerfully for any fur further
ther further services that might be needed.
Matt's answers were so satisfactory
that he soon found himself on the roof,
in a suit of borrowed overalls, assist assisting
ing assisting a deaf and dumb Swede in re re-shingling
shingling re-shingling It. In this work and others
he passed the day. and in the evening
he taught in the gymnasium.

, By 10 the gymnasium was clear,
and he was free to return home, the
tiredest man In Manaswan. and the
happiest. He had got a job: he had
already won praise: he foresaw promo promotion
tion promotion and Chris! Die sat down and
scratched off a glad little note; the
good news was too big to keep: Chris
should learn by the morning's mail
that he had been unexpectedly glori gloriously
ously gloriously successful.
At breakfast there was one from her.
which he tore" open and read with a
sickening, deadly disappointment. It
ran:
Dearest It did not seem right not to
tell papa, and now all that is left of me is
a poor, limp little coward in the blackest
disgrace. It was worse than his being
cross I oould have stood that but he
took it dreadfully, more than I can ever
bring myself to tell you. I have promised
not to see you for three whole months
and not to write to you again except this,
and I promised for you. too, to do the
same. Please, please don't blame me too
much or reproach me. I had no choice
really 1 had not and even the thre
months was a tremendous concession. He
insisted I would forget you in three
months, and it seemed v.-iser to take it as
a sort of challenge, specially when he said
I would be grateful to hirii all the days of
my life. I must just show him that three
months won't make the least, tiny differ difference
ence difference and then say. papa, I can't help it,
but I love him more than ever. My dar dar-lins,
lins, dar-lins, I will. I will. I will. And do not
doubt it or my heart will break. He has
a right to know that it is serious, hasn't
he? That's what he said over and over
again till I gave way.
I am determined not to wait a minute
longer than that, papa or no papa, and
what you must do is to work hard and
be able to support us when the time
comes. I have to take your answer for
granted, as I solemnly promised you
would not write to me. Please don't, my
darling, for otherwise you will add to my
disgrace and make papa think 1 have no
influence with you.
We're going to Washington today, so
that I may be "distracted." 1 shall be
that in all truth, but not in papa's sense,
and with a heart like lead at leaving you.
Don't blame me too much, for 1 love him
too. you know, better than anything in
the world except you. Try not to feel too
badly, and remember I shall be thinking
of you every minute of the time. I dread
to stop, as I have said everything so bad badly,
ly, badly, but it is not the you I love if you do
not understand. You will, won't you?
And love me better than ever, and don't
forget that I wiil come. CHRIS.
Matt reread the letter many times,
and his first sensation of utter aban abandonment
donment abandonment imperceptibly altered to a
more sanguine view. They were both
saved at least the shame of a clandes clandestine
tine clandestine affair, with its unavoidable and
mortifying discovery. Better to teii
the general than to let him find out.
Chris had been right there bravt;y
right. Three months would give Matt
time to solidify his position In the
Y. M. C A. and apply leverage to that
$60 a month. The world that loved a
lover surely included Mr. Cummins.
Besides, a helping out. cheerful in instructor
structor instructor would soon be worth that ex extra
tra extra $15.
The days that followed in the Y. M.
C. A. were like the first, and by de-

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sisted of nothing but the Y. M. C. A.
at one end and Mrs. Sattane's at the
other, with a mile of streets between.
Yet Matt was not unhappy. You need
leisure to be unhappy, and he was sus sustained,
tained, sustained, moreover, by a determination
to succeed. That he was doing so was
indubitable, and Mr. Cummins was
friendliness itself.
Altogether, the new instructor had
good reason to be satisfied and might
look forward to a raise in salary as
something he had well earned. He
would not overreach himself, however,
by asking for it prematurely. lie was
too wary for that and was playing for
too big a stake. With only three
weeks gone from the three. months he
felt h bad no time to.jnre.
(Continued Tomorrow
A CONSUMPTIVE COUGH
A cough tlrat bothers you contin continually
ually continually is one of the danger signals
which warns you of consumption.
Dr. King's Xew Discovery stops the
cough, loosens the chest, banishes
fever and lets you sleep peacefully.
The first dose checks the smyptoms
and gives prompt relief. Mrs. A. F.
Mertz, of Glen Ellyn, Iowa, writes:
"Dr. King's Xew Discovery cured a
stubborn cough after six weeks' doc doc-tering
tering doc-tering failed to help." Try it, as it
will do the same for you. Best
medicine for coughs and colds,
throat and- lung troubles. Money
back if it fails. Price 50 cents and
$1. All druggists by mail, H. E.
Bucklin & Co., Philadelphia or St
Louis. Adv.
NOTICE TO MEMBERS
I Clubs
I Friday, Xov. 28 will be observed
.as Children's Day at the Marion
County Fair, and all members who
make reports and exhibits at the
fair will be admited free.
I sincerely hope every member of
the two clubs will be in attendance.
Hoping to see you all at the fair,
I am, S. J. McCully,
County Agent.

Gc&iniitireiLl

HERE IS NO REASON UNDER THE SUN why you should not dress as
good as the man who sells you your necessities or the mairwho hand hand-ies
ies hand-ies your money at the banks when we are offering you Made-To-

Suits and Overcoats at

When we say made-to-order we do not mean that we go to a large stock of
ready-made goods and select a measure that is nearly your own and then pass
it to you representing it to have been made to your order. We made your suit
from the identical piece of goods that you see when you are making your selec selections.
tions. selections. And for a selection of real up-to-the-minute line of materials we stand
ready to place ours against any goods that ever came from the loom; they must
be seen to be really appreciated; just drop into our display room in the Cam
Building and let us demonstrate to you that for real worth our High-class
Fifteen Dollar Suits and Overcoats are the best values that you have
ever seen anywhere. Don't for a moment understand that these clothes are
only worth $15. If you go to any dry goods store they. will charge you from $25
to $35 for the same material. Come to us and you willet a suit of clothes
from a tailor for $15.
We wish again to emphasize the fact that you, the workingman, can dress as
neatly as the banker or the msrehant, and that, too, at a reasonable cost.
Remember that we press free of cost all the clothes purchased from us.
Give us a call. We'll welcome you, even though you don't buy.

Eiilsl WflDtofa Mils
CARN BUILDING OCALA. FLORIDA

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FOR SALE
Two hundred and sixtj'-seven
acres, one half mile from Santos on
S. A. L. Railroad, all under fence;
two hundred acres under cultiva cultivation;
tion; cultivation; house 40x40; barn 15x20; fif fif-tee'n
tee'n fif-tee'n acres pine timber; ten acres
hard wood; well watered; price,
$5,000.
Also one hundred and seventy seventy-four
four seventy-four acres southeast of Ocala; five
outbuildings; barn 32x40; six-room
dwelling house in good repair; eight
room stone house in course of con-i
struction with all material on thej
ground.
Also two small farms of eighty!
and fifty-four acres respectively, un-j
improved.
ee H. A. Kramer, or owner, A. j
! A. Mathews. Ocala, Fla. 10-1-tf
NEARLY' EVERY' CHILI)
HAS WORMS
Paleness, at times a flushed face,
unnftural hunger, picking the nose,
great thirst, etc., are indications of
worms. Kickapoo Worm Killer is a
thorough medicine for the removal
of all kinds of worms from children
and adults. Kickapoo Worm Killer,
in pleasant candy form, aids diges digestion,
tion, digestion, tones the system, overcomes
constipation and increases the action
of the liver. Is perfectly safe for
even the most delicate children.
Kickapoo Worm Killer makes child children
ren children happy and healthy. 25 cents.
Guaranteed. Try it. Drug stores,
or by mail. Kickapoo Indian Medi Medicine
cine Medicine Company, Philadelphia or St.
Louis. Adv.
OCALA LODGE XO. 286, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge, Xo. 2S6, Benovelent
and Protective Order of Elks, me?ts
the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren a1 ways welcome.
Chas. W. Hunter, E. R.
Joseph Bell, Secretary. Ad.
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KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Louge So. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over the Jam?s Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. D. W. Tompkins, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. R. S. Ad
A TEXAS WONDER
The Texas Wonder cures kidney
and bladder troubles, dissolves grav gravel,
el, gravel, cures diabetes, weak and lame
backs, rheumatism, and all irregular irregularities
ities irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in
both men and women. Regulates
bladder troubles in children. If not
sold by your druggist, will be sent
by mail on receipt of $1. One'small
bottle is two months' treatment, and
seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send
tor testimonials from this and other
states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 292G Olive.St.,
St. Louis, Mo. Sold by druggists. Ad
SAVED HIS FOOT
H. D. Ely, of Bantam, O., suffered
from horrible ulcer on his foot for
four years. Doctors advised ampu amputation,
tation, amputation, but he refused and reluctant reluctantly
ly reluctantly tried Bucklin's Arnica Saive as a
last resort. He then wrote: "I used
your salve and my foot was soon
completely cured." Best remedy for
burns, cuts, bruises and eczema. Get
a box today. Only 25 cents. All
druggists or by mail. H. E. Bucklin
& Co., Philadelphia; St. Louis. Ad
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. &
A. M. meets on the first and thira
Thursday evenings of each inonth at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
C. E. Simmons, W. M.
.Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
CONCORDIA LODGE F. U. OF A-
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets in Yonge's Hall
on the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor, F.M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad

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SEABOARD AIR LINE SCHEDULE
Southbound
Xo. 1, local leaves Jacksonville
9:30 p. m.; 'arrives Ocala 1:40 a.
m.; arrives Tampa 6:30 a. m.
Xo. 3 local leaves Jacksonville
3:30 a. m.; arrir Ocala 1:05 p. m.;
arrives Tampa 5:40 p. m.
Xo. 9 limited leaves Jacksonville
11:30 a. m.; arrives Ocala 2:30 p.
Hi.; arrives Tampa 6 p. m.
Northbound
Xo. 2. local leaves Tampa 9 p. m.;
arrives Ocala 2:30 a. m.; arrives
Jacksonville 6:45 a. m.
Xo. 4 local leaves Tampa 8:45 a.
m.; arrives Ocala 12:50 p. m.; ar arrives
rives arrives Jacksonville 5:40 p. m.
Xo. 10 limited leaves Tampa "l p.
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Jacksonville 7:30 p. m.
NERVOUS AND SICK HEADACHES
Torpid liver, constipated bowels
and disordered stomach are the
causes of these headaches. Take
Dr. King's Xew Life Pills, you will
be surprised how quickly you will
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vest invest in a box today. At all drug druggists
gists druggists or by mail. H. E. Bucklin
& Company, Philadelphia, or St.
Louis. Adv.
OPEN ALL NIGHT
The Merchant's Cafe is a first class,
place to take your meal3. Open night
and day. J. R. Dewey, proprie proprietor.
tor. proprietor. 1 2-28-tf
OCALA SEED STORE
Florida Seed Rye, per bushel $3.
Florida 90 Day Oats, per bu. $1.
S. C. Rust Proof Oats, bushel $1.
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