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OCALA

FVFNINO

VOL 20.
OCALA. FLORIDA, TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 11. 1913
SO. 146

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FRIEND OF

THE FARMERS

Primary Law Amended at Tram Tram-meirs
meirs Tram-meirs Request to Give a Square

Deal to Country Precicts ; month of January and February.

i home precinct to register at the coun coun-I
I coun-I ty seat some time between January

1 and May 1.
"Thinking a measure which in its
operation would work such discrimi discrimination
nation discrimination against the voters who did

I not live in or near the county seat

I towns was all wrong, I prepared the
j amendment which now gives a per per-i
i per-i son opportunity to register in his

Jacksonville, Nov. 11. In an in interview
terview interview yesterday with a Metropolis
reporter, Governor Park Trammell
gave the following reasons for the
amendments to the Bryan primary
law that require registration officers
to be employed sixty days in each
precinct this year, and thirty days
each year after. The governor said:
"I plead guilty to at least partially
being responsible for the amendment
to the Bryan primary law providing
for the registration books to Le open
in each of the voting precincts for
two motnhs preceding the primary of
1914, and for the books to open for
one month in each voting precinct
preceding each general primary elec election
tion election thereafter. I did prepare this
amendment, and advocated its adop adoption
tion adoption by the legislature. It was adopt

ed by a majority of over two-thirds
of the members of the House, al although
though although it was opposed by the mem members
bers members having Senator Bryan's bill in
charge.
"I also prepared an amendment to
the measure providing that after the
new and complete registration ii
1914, that registration should not be
required every two years thereafter
by the voters who properly register registered
ed registered in 1914, except in the large cities.
It being provided in this amendment
for a transfer from one political
party to another if the person desir desiring
ing desiring the transfer made application for
the transfer at least ninety days
prior to a general primary. This
amendment was voted for by a good
majority of the members of the
House, but failed of adoption on ac
count of a two-thirds vote being nec necessary.
essary. necessary. "I have no apology to offer for my
part in connection with either of
these amendments. I believed when

the legislature was in session, and I
am still of the opinion now, that

these two amendments were desira

ble.

Ihe Bryan primary measure, as

originally prepared and introduced

in the legislature, only required that

the registration officer should open

the registration book for as much as

one day in each election precinct be

tween November 1 and December 1,
and that from January 1 to May 1,

the books should be open at the

county seat. As originally introduc introduced,
ed, introduced, the measure prescribed only one
registration book and a duplicate
thereof for the entire county. To
register the voter had to write his
name in this book at the time of
his registration, therefore making It
impossible for registration to be car carried
ried carried on in more than one precinct on
the same day.
"It was my opinion that the meas

ure did not afford reasonable oppor

tunity for convenient and inexpens

ive registration to those living in
election precincts other than those in
vhieh the court houses were located.
The citizen who happened to live at
the county seat or near bv had rea-

"The man who lives in a precinct
ten, fifteen, twenty or twenty-five
miles from the court house, helps to
pay the expenses of carrying on reg registration
istration registration just as much as the man
who lives at or near the county seat.
He is as much entitled to reasonable
time to register within his precinct

without unnecessary loss of time and)

INC

MUCH

ton, Little Rock Ark., registrar gen-'at Citra and the other at Fort Mc-

I eral. All the officers are expected to Coy.
attend the opening session. j The following were then duly

T A

L

NIQUITY

j Elaborate social program has been elected a committee to prepare a

arranged, the feature of which will program for the next meeting: Miss

be a grand ball at the Athaneum
Wednesday night.

AH lTII MEETING

District Attorney Whitman Will Not
be Deterred from Driving the
Probe in Deep
v tr i x" -i nr t

.New lor, -u. a.-mieau, ui uge of tfae game haH f()r tfae next

bodily harm and political extinction ; proceedings of the Teachers' Associ- J meeting.

have been received by District Attor- j ation of Marion County

i

ney Whitman since he began his in
vestigation of campaign contribu

Nellie C. Stevens, chairman; Mrs.
Elva M. Bassett, Miss Elizabeth Miz Miz-elle,
elle, Miz-elle, Mr. A. K. Roberts and Mr. E.
H. Miller.
k A vote of thanks was given Miss
Mary Connor for the use of her
studio for this occasion and also to

! Mrs.. Van Hood for tendering the

i
!

EVEN JOHN LIHD

AT

tions.

The following teachers and school

people were in attendance: J. H.

Ocala, Fla., Nov. 8, 1913 j Workman. Miss Abernathy. Miss
Superintendent J. H. Brinson call- j Carrie Dean. Miss McKenzie, Miss
ed the meeting to order at Miss Con-. Elizabeth Mays, Miss Elizabeth Miz-

He admits that he has been get- ; nor's music studio with a few re- ell. Mrs. Rex Todd, Mrs. H. S. Wes-

expense, as if he lived at or near the ting these communications in the ; marks expressing his appreciation ?on, juiss Nellie Stevens, Miss Alice

last week and that personal appeals j of the niber of teachers present j Bell. Mrs. Rochford, Miss Eunice
and the effort made by Mr. Connor; Marsh of Ocala; Mr. and Mrs. A. B.
has been made to him to stop this ... TT , j ,, ... T
, to get them together. He suggested Connor, of Belleview; Miss Isabel
John Doe investigation. 'that a temporary chairman be ap-jMays, Miss Geraldine Anderson, Mrs.
The most startling thing about pointed. Mr. Workman nominated Elva Bassett, Miss Mabel Turner,

county seat. I played my part in
giving him this privilege.
"Had the original measure not
teen amended so' as to require the
registration books to be open for
more than cne day in the precincts
away from the county seats, I would
have vetoed the measure, if it had
passed, although heartily in sympa

thy with some of its good features,

these appeals is that they have been ; Mr. Connor, in view of the fact that

accompanied with the assertion that through his efforts mainly the as as-!
! as-! . i sociation had been brought together.

, it Mr. whitman persists ne win una

'some of his best personal and polit-

Mr. Connor nominated Mr. Work-

and Miss Mabel McRae of Dunnellcn;
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Maddox of Red Red-dick;
dick; Red-dick; Miss Agnes Crago of Griner
Farm; Miss Cora Simmons of Sparr;

man. He suggested that Mr. Work-(Miss Helen Thornton of Candler;

arid would have had a measure pre-! ical friends involved in the system man was the most suitable person i W. L. Howell and Miss Alta Beck of

sented to the legislature free of this that exacts from state canal and

and other features, which in my j highway contractors contributions

opinion; were objectionable in the proportioned to the amount of the

Bryan primary bill as originally pre-! contracts they get.

for the position as he was the head, j Fellowship; Win. Craig of Martel;

as it were, of the teaching force in; Miss Janie Mae Perry of Fort King;

Marion county. Mr. Workman asked

pared.

FANATICISM FAILED

Many of these threats and appeals
were made yesterday. The publica publication
tion publication of the testimony of George H.
McGuire of Syracuse has made those
who are involved realize that the in-

He felt that as a majority of the

Miss Grace Moore of Orange Lake;

that this nomination be withdrawn. Mr. G. L. Howard of Oak Hill; Miss

Pearl Forbes of Moss Bluff; E. H.

teachers of the county were in either j Miller of Fairfield; Samuel Long and
country or village schools that the 'Miss Bertha Snow of Pedro; Ivan
president should- be elected from Tracy of Kendrick; Miss Pauline
that body. Mr. Connor then with-' Lambert of Heidtville; Misses Mary

quiry is proceeding to the point drew the nomination that he had ; Terrell anr Emma Ekloff of Fort
where criminal process may be un- made since he felt Mr. Workman j McCoy; A. K. Roberts and Miss Nel-

ItMV Accused of Murder and Sacri
lege Acquitted by a Russian
Jury

Kiev, Russia, Nov. 11. A verdict:

dertaken.

! Mr. McGuire denied he gave John
jA. Hennessy information, but said
! that seven names on Hennessy's list

were those of contractors who had

of not guilty was returned yesterday Lnnt.jhllte1 tn th Hpmntio m-

in the famous ritual murder trial of j paign fund Gf 1911. Only one of

Belis, the Jewish vorkman!tuftI:a nor,o ror, n tho list of

Mendel

accused of killing Andrew Yushin- j contributors filed that year with the

sky, a Christian boy, for sacrificial ;

purposes in 1911.

MRS. PAINTER AND DAUGHTER
SUING THE MUTUAL

Holland and Butterworth Bring
Suit Against ISolIes
Jacksonville Metropolis, 10th: In
the United States court for the
Southern District of Florida John E.

Holland and W. M. Butterworth, co copartners
partners copartners trading and doing business
as Holland & Butterworth, filed a
praecipe for summons today against
R. J. Bolles and Okeechobee Fruit
Land Company, a corporation, etc.,
in an action ex delicto, alleging dam damages
ages damages at $100,000. The complaint
was not filed.

the ioiiowing other papers were
filed today in the office of the clerk
of the court:
Martha S. Painter et al. vs. the
Fidelity Mutual Life Insurance Com Company
pany Company of Philadelphia. Motion to
compel amendment and demurrer.

really desired that he should do so. (lie Clyburn of Summerfield; Miss
There being no other nomination, I Mary Forbes of Marshville; Miss
Mr. Connor was unanimously elected j Etta Faglie of Grahamville; Miss
temporary president. (Laura Kemp of Turner Farm; Sup-
Mr. Connor then took the chair. erintendent Brinson and secretary,
Motion was then made to elect Mrs. j Mrs.E. H. Martin and Mrs. E. Van

H. E. Martin secretary and. the same Hood and Messrs. Nichols and Perry,
wag carried. i trustees of the Pedro school and J.
The president appointed the fol-iL. Beck, trustee of the Fellowship

secretary of state. j lowing committee to draw up a con-; school.
Mr. Whitman has received anony- stitution and by-laws, to be present-- a .hearty enthusiasm prevailed
mous communications by mail point- ed for adoption at the. next meet-, and the Ocala teachers served coffee
ing out" the folly on going further if tag. Miss Isabel Mays of Dunnellon, and sandwiches and a very pleasant

he hopes for political preferment in Mr. Workman of Ocala and Mr. A
the future. It has been suggested to '. C. Maddox of Reddick.

him that while the testimony so far j The announcement was made by j future the trustees and supervisors,
deals only with the democratic or- the president that he had requested j as far as possible, attend, as mat mat-ganization
ganization mat-ganization it is more than likely that several teachers to address the.tersof general school interest will
a gigantic scheme of graft will be meeting at this time. Miss Isabel be under discussion at each one.

Mexican Dictator Plays for Time in
Which to Enlist and Arm
More Men
Mexico City, Nov. 11 Diplomatic
relations between the United States
and Mexico are so near the breaking
point that arrangements are being
made for Charge d'Affaires Nelson
O'Shaughnessy and Special Envoy
John Lind to leave the country at
once. When the American embassy
is closed here its. affairs will be turn turned
ed turned over to the Norwegian minister.
Preparations for war with the
United States are being rushed with
all possible speed by the Mexican
government. General Huerta is still
playing for time, and it is likely that
he will delay as long as possible his
formal reply to the demand of, the
United States that he' resign the
presidency. Mr. Lind is showing
marked signs of impatience over the
delav by General Huerta. It is

known that Mr. Lind.

leave Mexico within a few hours.

expects to

MURDEROUS FIGHTING IN
AND AROUND MONTEREY

social session was enjoyed.
It is particularly urged that in

Tremendous Destruction of Property,
and Corpses Strew the Ruined
Town
Laredo, Tex., Nov. 10. Warfare,
without quarter, with the opposing
armies burning and dynamiting all
that seemed to stand in the way of
victory, has been waged at Monterey,
Mexico, between the defending fee fee-rals
rals fee-rals and the besieging Constitution Constitutionalists.
alists. Constitutionalists. Some of the fierceness of the
struggle, particularly in the engage engagements
ments engagements of Oct. 23 and 24, when ther
Constitutionalists occupied a large large-portion
portion large-portion of the city, is pictured in
Seiz-Zag, an illustrated weekly pub published
lished published at Monterey, copies of which
reached Laredo today.

Many bodies were left waiting in
the streets until a lull in the fighting
should afford time for their burnings
A view of Cuauhtemoc, a street near"

uncovered in which other parties -Mays, principal oi tne uunnenoni The association then adjourned to e national nauway siauuu, .uc

may be involve!, ine threats ana ";u muuuuteu sua uis- meet at -iiss uonnor s stuaio at i i i -uc tuuuu't w

appeals have come from both sides cussed the aims and purpose of the o'clock a. m., on Saturday, Deeem-

organized county association and its

state association,
made some im-

MC11URNEV

SHOULD
HAVE A MONUMENT

of the political fence.

Besides letters there have been 1 relation to the
telephone messages along the same Mrs. Rex Todd

lines. Snmp lwrsons have erone to I promptu remarks bearing on the

Mr. Whitman and made their appeals outline of study to be used for the
personally. They have asked him to year and the necessity for discussing
desist not only on account of those methods to be used in grade work,
who may be involved but also for his ( Both the paper and the talk were
own safety. The comment which he interesting and thoroughly practical,
made as a response to both threats Mr. E. H. Miller remarked that he
and appeals was: j would like to see Miss May's address

"If I can stand against Jack Rose m the r lonaa bcnooi exponent.

and that gang I guess I can stand
against this new gang."

ber 6, 1913.
Mrs. E. H. Martin, Secretary.

! ALCOHOL FLOWS

FREELY IN ATLANTA

tire block destroyed by fire and can

nonading, with numerous corpses in
the ruins.
Gen. Miguel, whose residence was
one of the finest in northern Mexico,
was burned to death when Constitu Constitutionalists
tionalists Constitutionalists burned the house. Constl-

i tutionalists captured the barracks of
Pints and Half Pints Easily Purchas- he Firgt Federal Battalion and used
ed, Even by Prohibitionists j it as an arsenal, but lost -their ad ad-Atlanta,
Atlanta, ad-Atlanta, Nov. 10. War to .the vantage when a federal torpedo
death on "booze" was declared yes- wrecked the building. The north fa fa-tcrday
tcrday fa-tcrday afternoon at a meeting held cade of the government palace was

At this time Supt Brinson pre- at the Grand Opera House, attended SROt away,
sented a list of ten subjects bearing : by thousands of ardent prohibition-' Tbe property loss was said to be
Irn1ah1 hut tho railway lines

- i J i-4 inv v a xv yj z. 1. 1. ov.ucrwA uuu iiiui" lfllll M II ; III 1S Hi VrII LI11M rA" -.--w -

ANNUAL MEETING U. D. C. j ters pertaining to the county school i pression by the appointment of a
T Fv ORLEANS administration that he would like to j committee of twenty-five to take per-

have discussed during the

Savannah News: All those who;
have had their appendixes removed
and who may be referred to as ap appendicitis
pendicitis appendicitis alumYii should revere the
memory of Dr. Charles McBurney,
v.'ho is called the '"father of appendi appendicitis."
citis." appendicitis." because he found a means of

tenable .opportunity for convenient diagnosing the affliction that saved
and inexpensive registration for four ) mr.r.y thousands of lives, if he had
month?. On the other hand, Mr. ;-ron a battle his name would have
Bryan's men sure only required the ': been en tho lips' of every school boy
registration Lock to .e o-:-,en i"or asi-jr. i girl in the country for decades.

much as one day, in ths precincts, j
throughout the county, and this onl?
during November and December, five
cr six months before the primary. In i
other word?, a citizen to register in
his own precinct must register cn
such day in November or December
as the registration officer designates,
or else be forced to lose the time and
pay the expense of the trip from his

But because be merely

tt con

tie known and except by physi
wiil not be long remembered.

found a waj

lit

ans.

Rexall Cherry Bark Cough Syrup
wil! relieve your cold or money
brc-k. For children and grown-ups.
Tastes good, tco. Sold only at
Gerig's Drug Stores. 10-25

Southern Women Gather this Week
in the Crescent City
New Orleans, Nov. 10. Prepara

tions have been made for the enter enter-fainment
fainment enter-fainment of 1.500 delegates and vis visitors
itors visitors to the annual convention here
this week of the Unite 1 Daughters of
the- Confederacy. The convention
opens today. S cial leaders an 1 wo-

.isripguij-hed throughout thp
ar -rt-!egates and officers of
;ociatien.
An 'Ire- B. White, of Paris,
i- president general: Mrs. C.

(t i'ulis'-ii, a... treasurer
tiv. Frank C Odenheimer.
. Md.. f.rst president gen-

W. McKenney, of
recording secretarv

E. Van
upon and

Hood

prerented a mes-

school man?nt charge of the movement to

(see that the prohibition law is en en-was
was en-was then forced in this city. i

Resolutions were passed, setting
forth that charges are afloat that
f!agrant violations of the law are
nur.ierois, and as one proof of this
psf.ertion. pirts and half pints of
whisky, in unbroken packages, were
exhibited at the tree; ing, with the

e an appeal in behalf of ?tatement that they had 1 een bought

men
?o-:'h

Tenn.,
Tat

year.
Mrs.
called

soge from the local W. C. T. U. and
also from the Social Center depart department
ment department of the Woman's Club. She ex explained
plained explained that the W. C. T. U. had
sent some lee. Sets containing a mes message
sage message to the teachers of Marion coun

ty an i

claim their damage will amount to
$7,000,000. In the railroad yards
658 cars were burned Many of
them were loaded with merchandise.
The roundhouse and more than
twenty engines were destroyed.
No estimate was given of the loss
of life, but it is known to be heavy.

r.ECGGNITIOX OF THK HE DELS

1.!

temperance
led th.it on

Jes.-t

teacmng of sc-ient

the iehonlr--. She tai

i .?t haturctav the social center de-

pnrtr.ient would be in rrsiticn to of of-:'er
:'er of-:'er free magaxines dealing with all
;--ub'e,;s of ger-era! interest to the
teacher i and the- schools, which

rt ciubs by non-members.
Th? reso!;-';ns also oal'ed upon
the police -and the grand jury to
make strict investigation and act
whenever it was shown that the law
was not rigid !v adhered to.

or

laired by the teacher giv-

BI(2 LIM: OF CUT GLASS

eral: Mrs. Bo;.
Fad.ica. Ky..

ing h '.
would

name
be in

to the
charge

person who
at Comfort

C? Allowing Arms to he Sent Them
A cress the Uortlcr is Nol Fi-cs-b'ent
Wilson's Intention
Washington, Nov. 11. Recogni Recognition
tion Recognition of the Mexicau ccnstitutional ccnstitutional-i;ts
i;ts ccnstitutional-i;ts and the remoal of the embargo
on ar.ns to the revolutionists is not
co. -iter. plated by President Wilson at
the present time. He made this clear
esterdav in tr.lks with callers.

general: Mrs. Edward Carl Schnable, Lo dge each Saturday. She mention mention-New
New mention-New Orleans, corresponding secre-'ed two circulating libraries that

tary general: Mrs. Orlando Hallibur- were in use in the county, one being Pharmacy.

We have put in a large and com complete
plete complete line of cut glass of high grade
and exquisite patterns. The Court

PPu W. X. LANE Socialist, Eye
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office Lr.w

11-4-tf Library Buil'ing, Ocala Adv.

No Frills
or
Fiction,
But
Facts and
Figures

FIRE ARMS BARGA1

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

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TWO

THE OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1913
ANOTHER BIG INDUSTRY
OCALA OCCURRENCES I
Power Plant Will be Erected on the
Witlilacoothet Twenty Miles i
from Ocala
MAKE YOUR PLANS TO ATTEND

Odd Fellows met tonight.

Elks meet this evening.

- Board of Trade tomorrow night

CALL FOR A WHITE PRIMARY

Moose meet Thursday evening.

Fraternal Union Thursday night.

Woodmen meet Friday evening.

Young Men's Democratic Club
meets Thursday evening.

'21." AVhat is it'

10-30-tf

Mr. Charles Rheinauer continues
to improve.

Mrs. Flora Morrison of Morriston
Is a guest of the Harrington.

Mr. C. G. Miller of Morriston is at
the Harrington.

Mr. R. J. Baker of Homosassa is
at the Harrington.

Dr. Walter Hood visited Dunnel Dunnel-lon
lon Dunnel-lon this afternoon.

Mr. Chas. W. Walthill, of Tampa,
is a guest of the Harrington.

Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Groves now
have apartments at the Ocala House.

Mr. J. W. Akin is looking after a
contract at Crystal River.

Carter's bread, cakes, etc., are
made with machinery and baked by
steam. 11-5-tl

Oysters and sea food specialties of
all kinds. Also a la carte service at
Heating's. 11-11-tf

According to a resolution passe 1
at a meeting of white voters at the
courthouse in Ocala Monday eve evening,
ning, evening, Nov. 11, 1013, a white primary
is called to nominate officers to be
voted for at the city election to be
hefd in Ocala, Tuesday, Dec. 9, 1013.
The date of the said primary is
Saturday, Nov. l.", 101:
The officers to be nominated are
as follows:
Mayor city of Ocala for one year.
Alderman first ward for two years.
Alderman second ward for two
years.
Alderman third ward for one year
to fill unexpired term.
Alderman third ward for two
years.
Alderman fourth ward for two
years.
Alderman at large for two years.
Primary to !e participated in by
all registered white voters of the
city of Ocala.
Candidates will please give their
names to Mr. W. W. Clyatt, chair chairman
man chairman of the executive committee, at
his oiT.c-1. All names or candidates
must be given to him by 12 o'clock
noon. Friday. Xov. 14, 1013.
Place of holding primary and
names of inspectors and clerks will
be announced tomorrow.
W. W. Clyatt, Chairman.
J. M. Meffert.
W. J. Edwards,
Thomas Proctor,
J. H. Benjamin,
Executive Committee.
Ocala. Fla., Xov. 11, 1913.

Some large business firm or cor

poration is evidently making prep preparations
arations preparations to put in a big electric
power an lighting plant on the
Vithlacoo?hee river at Stokes
Ferry, twenty miles southwest of
this city.
Considerable secrecy prevails re regarding
garding regarding the plans and the Star has
not been able to obtain the name of
the company having them made. It
; has learned, however, that it is pro-
' posed to build a big dam, which will
ack the water of the river up for
i many miles and secure a powerful
, current.

THE

tani CdDiEli Mr

HOSPITAL NOTES

; Mr. C. P. (Shorty) Hayes came up
today from Brooksville to enter the
.'hospital for an operation for appen appen-;
; appen-; diciti.
Mr. C. F. Yenable is very weak.'
His phician and several of his'
friends from Web-ter came to see:
: hi in todav. j

TO BE HELD AT OCALA

IWT

ft

! CLUR MHFTIXG CALLED j
A special meeting of the Young ;
. 's Democratic Club is called for'
o'clock Thursday evening at the
courthouse. Business of importance ',
land all members requested to be!
j present.
C. W. Hunter, President. I

DUVAL WITH THE McXAIRS

Just because a girl has an ivory
brow, she doesn't have to be a bone-head.

At the meeting of the K. of P. last
night there was a good attendance,
and the rank of page was conferred
on the following: G. C. Shepherd, A.
B. Halsell and S. B. Knoblock.

"Xewf arrivals at Harley Bros'.
Hart, Schaffner & Marx suits for
.-men at $14 to $20 per suit.l0-30-6t

Mrs. W. C. Hayward and Mrs. A.

"E. Broughton of Wauchula are

DR. W. It. KXE Specialist, Eye
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office Law
Library Building. Ocala Adv.

Mr. J. W. McCabe of Birmingham,
Ala., representing the Dupont Pow Powder
der Powder Co., is at the Ocala House.

' Mr. Maurice Robinson left last
night for a business trip to South

-norma.

Mr. R. L. Anderson is among the
leading lawyers in attendance on the
Citrus county court.

Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Smith of
Croom were in town today between
trains.

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

Mr. D. E. Mclver returned today
from a short business trip to Bush-

neii.

All kinds of electric treatment for
the scalp at the Ocala Beauty Par Parlor.
lor. Parlor. The Commercial Bank build building.
ing. building. 11-11-tf

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

Mr. S. S. Duval of this city, who
j lias been the tra eling salesman for
j the Rent. Lumber Company of Fort
! M V . .... L 1

..hxu) lux several ears past, nas
taken a new position, traveling for
the McXair Lumber Company of
Jacksonville, one of the largest lum lumber
ber lumber firms in the state. Mr. Duval
accepted the position yesterday and
started out at once, making a trip
down the east coast for his new
house. Mr. Duval has many friends
and customers all over the state
among the lumber dealers and has
built up a fine trade for himself. His
family will continue to reside in
Ocala. and he will be here quite
often.

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

Mr. J. C. Massey, of Atlanta, is
among last night's arrivals at the
Harrington.

Special buffet luncheon 50 cents.
Every day from 11:30 to 2:30 at
Keating's. Everything that's good
to eat. 11-11-tf

Messrs. T. C. T. Ansley and E. K.
X'elson, of Kissimee, are at the Har Harrington.
rington. Harrington. Mr. Xelson was at one time
a resident of Ocala.

The Moose have a new chef and
he is putting up the viands in great
shape and to the gratification of the
patrons of the buffet. All the rooms
but one in the club house are taken,
and the members are finding the
bright and comfortable billiard
room a most pleasant resort these
chilly evenings.

Switches, curls and transforma transformations
tions transformations from your own combings made
by the Ocala Beauty Parlor on short
notice. Miss X. V. Lambert, man manager.
ager. manager. 11-11-tf

0. K. TEAPOT
BULLETIN
Royal Scarlet Seeded Raisins,
Royal Scarlet Currants,
Shelled Almons,
Citron, Lemon & Orange Peel,
Cry stall izetl Cherries,
Slielled Almonds,
Edam, Pineapple Brick,
Roquefort, Swiss,
Limburger, Pimiento,
Club, Philadelphia,
Cream, Gorgonzola,
Camembert, Brie,
Chester and Parmesian
Cheese.
Potato Chips,
Royal Scarlet Olive Relish,
Whole Wheat, Graham and
Self -Rising Flour.
Sanitary Edible Bran.
0. K. TEA-POT
GROCERY
PHONES 16 and 174.
OCALA FLA.

We have a tip from Jacksonville
that Arthur Clark's chance of land landing
ing landing that collectorship of income tax
job is good. Looks like Ocala ought
to have something.

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

The second calendar of the 1914
season to reach the Star office is
that of Little's Shoe Parlor. It is a
handsome one with a real shoe store
scene as its attractive feature.

The Ocala Beauty Parlor at Miss
Affleck's is growing in popularity
every di.y under the management of
Miss X. V. Lambert. 11-11-tf

Monday afternoon the county
judge issued a manage license for
Mr. W. C. Starr and Miss Dora Mae
Morrison, a young couple living out
near Cranford's mill.

When You Ask For

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

SWANN-DRIGGERS

Mr. Sam Teague arrived on the
8:45 train last evening and left at
midnight for Orlando, where he will
spend several days and probably
longer attending to business for his
Baltimore commission house.

On the race track this morning
there was a 2:40 brush between
Messrs. H. H. Whitworth with
"Bandy," Malcolm Williams with
"Maude Y." and Fred McAteer with
"Christmas Chimes." Mr. Whit Whit-worth's
worth's Whit-worth's nag came in a little ahead.
A bunch of 2:40 trotters isn't bad
for our provincial track.

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 ol
Ocalans.
PHONE 375.
T. W. Troxlcr
EXCLUSIVE OCALA AGENT.

The Merchant's Cafe is a first class
place to take your meals. Open night
and day. J. R. Dewey, proprie proprietor.
tor. proprietor. 2-2S-tf

Rev. James K. Glass spent yester yesterday
day yesterday at Island Grove, inspecting his
orange grove and making arrange arrangements
ments arrangements for the disposal of the fruit.

"21." AVhat is it'

lO-30-tf

Messrs. J. F. Jenkins and G. K

Williams were passengers to Bush
nell on the midnight train.

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

Wilbur
Says:
Eat at the Ocala
House Cafe and get
the best that the
markets afford at
all times. As to the
rates, they will be
found as low as is
consistent with first first-class
class first-class food and
prompt service.
Wilbur Cleveland,
MANAGER.

Sunday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. J. T. Young, in Tampa, Miss
Bernice Adelyne Driggers of St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg was married to Mr. John B.
Swann, Rev. Smith Hardin of the
Methodist church officiating.
Miss Driggers is a daughter of the
late Mr. John Driggers and a cousin
of Mrs. John T. Lewis of Lake Weir.
She is a devout members of the
Methodist church.
Mr Swann is a valued employe of
the E. O. Painter Fertilizer Com Company.
pany. Company. Mr. and Mrs. Swann have
many friends throughout the state
who will be pleased to hear of their
marriage and will wish them all happiness.

Hairaressing, manicuring and
massaging by an expert at the Ocala
Beauty Parlor one door west of Com Commercial
mercial Commercial Bank corner. 11-11-tf

WEATHER FORECAST

Fair tonight with frost interior of
noth portion Wednesday, fair and
warmer north portion.

The council met in special session
Monday evening to consider an offer
form Mr. E. E. Converse to sell the
city a lot situated next to the water waterworks.
works. waterworks. Mr. Converse made the city
a reasonable offer, but the council
did not feel wealthy enough to ac accept
cept accept it.

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

If you want prompt service and
first class work in cleaning and
pressing, call phone 217. Harper

Akin. ll-ll-6t!

FIRE
LIFE
HEALTH
ACCIDENT

PLATE GLASS
BURGLARY
LIABILITY
AUTOMOBILE

E. M. OSBORN
INSURANCE

Room 20, Holder Building

Telephone 327

F. E. McCLANE, M. D.
SPECIALIST IX CHRONIC DISEASES
The Dr. McClane 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.

Moose meet Thursday evening.

Fraternal Union Thursday night.

THE VERY BEST

NERVOUS AND SICK HEADACHES
Torpid liver, constipated bowels

and disordered stomach are the

causes of these headaches. Take j
Dr. King's New Life Pills, you will j
be surprised how quickly you will i

get renei. iney stimulate tne an an-ferent
ferent an-ferent organs to do their work prop properly.
erly. properly. No bettr regulator for the liv liver
er liver and bowels. Take 25 cents and in invest
vest invest in a box today. At all drug druggists
gists druggists or by mail. H. E. Bucklin
& Company, Philadelphia, or St.
Louis. Adv.

Daily Star
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Try One

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HIE GAME OF FOOTBALL
ESPOWSOBOLOtY-

THE OCAIA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER llv 1913

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

WE HAVE BEEN II AMM ERI XG AWAY A LOXG TIME
TRYING TO DRIVE ONE THOUGHT INTO THE MINOS OF THE
PEOPLE OF THIS COMMUNITY THAT WE WILL, NOT SELL.
i
HARDWARE TO ANY ONE AT ANY PRICE THAT WE IK) NOT
KNOW TO BE GOOD.
WE HAVE SUCCEEDED DOING BUSINESS THIS WAY, AND
WE ARE NOT GOING TO CHANGE OUR SYSTEM.

Marion iariware Co,
Phone 118,. Ocala, Fla.

WHITE STAIR I
CHLLIER lsRO.S., Proprietors.

Teams fcr Licht
and Heavy Hauiir.g.
Packing and
Shipping of
Furniture, Pianos
and Safes.,
Baggage Service
the Best.

U c Sell
BEAVER BOARD,
Scperior to Piaste
or Ceiling in
Quality or Price
Investigate.
Phone 296

ACCURACY SECURITY
Marion County Abstract Company
ESTABLISHED 18S2.
GRAHAM BROTHERS, Lessees,
OCALA FLA.

First consideration and especial attention given to small tracts.

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Ocala Tied tlie Score With the Sec Second
ond Second Team from the
University
Everybody that went out to the
fair grounds Monday afternoon saw
a fine game between the Ocala foot football
ball football team and the second team of the
Florida University.
It was such a good game that it
was doubly to be regretted that there
was so small a crowd to see it. Not
more than 150 were present, and the
Star fears that from a financial
standpoint the game was a failure,
which must be discouraging to our
boys after working so hard at their
practice and putting up such a fine
game.
The Gainesville team was made up
of a fine-looking crowd of young
men, not very heavy in build but all
active and wise to every move of the
game. They behaved as well as they
looked. They had one great advant advantage
age advantage of the Ocala team, in their su superior
perior superior opportunity for practice, and
it would not have been strange if
they had won the game by a good
score. It was shee: dogged pluck
on the part of Ocala that matched
their superior opportunities.
Ocala, 7; Gainesville, 7
The score stood 7 to 7. This game
was without a doubt the prettiest
exhibition of football ever shown in
Ocala.
Ocala received the kick at the
south goal and returned the ball fif fifteen
teen fifteen yards. After making their dis distance
tance distance once they were forced to kick.
Then it was that the Scrubs found

that they would have to fight every
inch of the way if they were to make
any showing at all. After making
three attempts to make their first
down, the Scrubs had to kick, and it
was nip and tuck through the first
quarter, neither side having any ad advantage.
vantage. advantage. In the second quarter the Scrubs
showed their best form and after
Ocala had been penalized twice they
completed a beautiful forward pass
which netted them a g'ain of twenty
yards, putting the 1 all on the two two-yard
yard two-yard line. A line plunge and the
ball was almost on the goal line.
Using their heaviest men in another
line plunge the Scrubs forced the
ball across for the first touchdown
of the game. The captain of the
Scrubs kicked out to Quarter-back
Ramesdall, who made a pretty catch
directly in front of the goal posts. It
was very easy for the full-back to
kick goal, making the score seven to
nothing in favor of the Scrubs. The
quarter ended in two minutes with
the score unchanged.
The second half started with a
rush, Ocala showing a determination
to even the score if not to better it.
After a few fast plays in which
neither side gained any advantage,
Captain Davis called Pat Anderson
into the back field and he went on
the line. The play that followed
was the prettiest of the game. It
tied the score. Anderson and George
Davis worked a double pass, making
a thirty-yard pass to Capt. Davis,
which he caught on the run and car carried
ried carried for fifty yards, for a touchdown.
Davis kicked goal and the score was

tied, amid the cheers and yells of the
crowd. Capt. Davis was lifted on j
the shoulders of his fellow players
and carried half the length of the.'
field, while every one present ap applauded
plauded applauded him for his beautiful play.
Xo time was taken between the
third and fourth quarters, as it was 1
rapidly getting dark. Ocala hit the j
Scrubs with a rush in the last quar quarter
ter quarter an i had started well on the way
for another touch iovvii when th' ball
was lost on a fumble and the Senilis
ki.-kel it dew.) the field. lUitch then
pulle i otf a pretty play wh-n Ik
ra-'ihv the ball an 1 ran it back over
f v; r vnnlnir it five vard.-j be-
on 1 w here the rr;:Ii ; :-inie 1. YM
looked like an oilier touchdown for
Oca br.t the Will wp.s !:st on an another
other another fVnible. The las.: of the quar quarter
ter quarter war-- playe 1 in the mid lie of the
' rlebi with each team using its best
plays and resulted in no advantage
for either side. Tints the game end ended
ed ended with the score seven to seven.
The crowd was unusually small for
such a pretty day but those who
i were present felt they had more than
; received their money's worth and did
jail they could to encourage the boys
i by rooting for them with all their
might. There was an unusually
i small amount of rough play and no
! wrangling whatever, which speaks
exceptionally well for each team.
The Scrub team was composed of a
fine lot of boys and received a good
I share of the applause when they ex ex-jecuted
jecuted ex-jecuted a good play.
The officials of the game were
Sam liouie. referee: V. V. Xewsom.
.umpire: Clarence Camp, time keep keep-er:
er: keep-er: Pre 1 Mefiert, head lineman.
' The Ocala boys never played a
, better game and to mention the stars
. would be to give the line-up of the
; whole team for there was not one
that did no: play his part well and

pull off some play that stood out
from the rest.
Get t ill x Ready for the Thanksgiving
Day Game
The Ocala boys will not take any
rest but will buckle down to practice
for the Thanksgiving Day game with
the team from Columbia College at
Lake City, and Ocala should feel
ashamed of herself if less than 1500

rooters are on the ground.

TALKING PICTURES
AT THE TEMPLE

Monday and Tuesday Evenings, Xo Xo-vemlier
vemlier Xo-vemlier 17 and 18
Thomas A. Edison's latest inven invention,
tion, invention, the Kinetorhone, or talking
pictures, has taken its place among
the high class theatrical attractions
now touring the country. A pro program
gram program of twelve excellent subjects,
combining musical and dramatic
numbers, comedy, vaudeville and
minstrel bits, and special features in
which prominent statesmen and uot uot-el
el uot-el suffragettes are seen and heard,
has been arranged fcr presentation
in the first class theaters.
Several companies have been or organize
ganize organize 1 by Mr. Edison, each equip equipped
ped equipped with its force of operators and
necessary mechanical accessories of
machines, etc.. and having its ad advance
vance advance agent and business manager.
These companies are competing suc successfully
cessfully successfully with the largest dramatic
and musical organizations for vol volume
ume volume of business. In the hundred or
mere leading cities of the United
States where the Kinetophone has
already been seen during engage engagements
ments engagements varying from three days to as
many months, the recognized dra dramatic
matic dramatic critics have been unanimous
in declaring it an unqualified suc success.
cess. success. The coming engagement of the
Edison talking pictures at the Tem Temple
ple Temple is set for Monday and Tuesday
evenings, Nov. 17 and 18.

A FAIRLY GOOD SHOW

A tolerably good crowd greeted
the performance of "A Girl of the
Underworld" at the Temple last
night. The lower part of the house
was only atout half filled, but there
was a large crowd in the gallery.
It was a good play, interesting
and well acted, and carried a good
lesson with it. Misses Lucy Brown Browning
ing Browning and Xadine Reed, who respect respectively,
ively, respectively, acted the parts of the heroine
and her sister, are quite pretty and
carried out their roles with consid considerable
erable considerable talent. Mr. A. W. Wecht, the
leading man is quite a smart actor,
and the other members of the com company
pany company were we'll up in their parts.
Frequent applause showed that the
play and the actors pleased the audience.

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 ttfose individuals de desiring
siring desiring the most efficient service and responsible
banking.
The Ocala National Bank
An Active United States Depository

SUBURBAN

1

E FOR SALE.

Fourteen acres, and 5-room house
on Silver Springs hard road across
the road from the Marion Farms;
new drilled well. The property was
sold for $1500 and buyer failed to
make payment. Deed is here and
must be taken up. Its a bargain.
I WILL SHOW YOU

DJIV1D S. -WOODROW
Real Estate and Investments.

Mr chant's Block
Over Gerig's Drug Store,

Ocala, Fla.

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CAKX-THOMAS CO., GROCERIES CARX-THOMAS CO., GROCERIES
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WILE'S BIS SHOW

Immense Exhibition of Information
and Amusement Will be in Ocala
Tomorrow Afternoon and Eve Evening
ning Evening Will Give Street Parade.
There are parades and parades.
Mankind's love for pageantry dis display
play display dates back to the days when the
immortal Caesar "brought many
captives to Rome."' When, to give
eclat to his fame, he entered the
Eternal City with lavish display of
glittering splendor, with fanfare of
golden trumpets, chariots and heau-

ti f ill maiden?, who scattered flowers j
in the pathway of triumph. ;
So, Sig. Sautelle and his aids,
catering to that, great critic, the pub-
lie. will pres-ent to the good folk of;
Oc.Ia tomorrow, at'ternoon an! eve-,
nintr. a replica, of those- older., gol golden
den golden days ith "io lern. 2 tl. cen century
tury century accessories? of ihe time? luxur luxuriant.
iant. luxuriant. The c;;gt in this para ie will
i:. -'i. The wiJ.! rnd t-iwe ani-K.ai-.
hc-hLrl are iron b.tr-, will
ixc.o ) a ck at an in-erestei an 1 amaz amaz-e
e amaz-e 1 public. 1'ranclng steeds, col den
chariots, Royal I'engal tigers, !eo; !eo;-;
; !eo;-; rds. i ar.'.h'vrr-. jag.iars. hyenas, cou cougars,
gars, cougars, in fifteen open den?. Four
;;::: !.- of music, a coterie of fanny
clown."-, to add humorous variety to
tfee splendor of it all.
Those who delight in spectacular
scenes should be early on the streets
tomorrow morning. The wondrous
spectacle will exc.te anl interest all,!
from kiddoes to grown ups. Fea Features
tures Features of the big circus proper, the
hippodrome, menagerie and wild
west, will appear in winding line of
scintillating pageant splendor. "Don't
miss it. good people." as the talla talla-hooer
hooer talla-hooer so eloquently beseeches. "It
will he the crowning glory of your
lives. The keynote to revelry of keen
enjoyment." adv.

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SPECIALS

For ihe Tiirilty Housekeeper 1

Self-Rising Buckwheat, 13c. two for 23c;
23 and 43 per pkg
riain Buckwheat Flour 7 lb pkg 40c
Plain Graham Flour, 7 1T pkg 40c
Rye Flour, 7 lb pakgs 40c
Whole Wheat Flour, 7 lb pkgs 40c
Pancake Flour, in pkgs 13c, 2 for 23c
Yellow Corn Meal in pkgs 15c, 2 for 25c
Oatmeal in packages 10c and 13c
Brick Codfish, pure, per lb 20c
Shredded Codfish in tumblers 10c
Codfish Balls, per can 30c
Mince Meat, per pkg 10c
Cranberry Sauce, per can '. 25c
Post Toasties, per pkg 9c
Xew Florida Syrup, per gallon 63c
Maple Syrup, per bottle 33 and 60c
Karo Syrup, per can 10c
White Karo Syrup, per can 13c
ALL XEW GOODS.

Carn-Tbomas C

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OCAL?, FLA.

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i V.RV-TIIOMAS CO., GROCERIES CARX-THOMAS CO., GROCERIES

Xo 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.

IMPORTANT CHANGE OF SCHEDULE
ATLANTIC QOABT LINE
Effective October 19llr.
Night Trains 37 and 38 Re-established.

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

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

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

Trains 9 and 10 will be discontinued south of Leesburg,
For information and schedules call on
M. R. WILLIAMS, Ticket Agent, OCALA.
J. G. KtRKLAND, D. P. A., TAMPA.

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FOUR

THE OCA LA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1913

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
IHTTIXGKK & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
It. R. Carroll, General JIanager I'ort V. Leaven;;ool, Rusiness Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Kditor
Ent?rei at Oeala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.

ADVERTISING OCALA

big plan: a "day load

PHONE .11

SUIiSCRI PTION HATES

(Domestic)
One year, in advance o.00
Six months, in advance. . 2.5"
Three months, in advance. 1.25
One month, in advance 50

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

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1.2

j One month, in

.SO

I i
1VJIITK PRIMARY WILL BE HELD last week, in which one brave fire-1
.man was killed, seven injured and j
At the meeting of citizens at the much valuable property damaged
courthouse Monday night, it was re-j was the result of some playful fool I
solved to held a white primary Sat- ; sending in a false alarm.
urday, Nov. T, to nominate candi-!
dates for municipal offices. COMING TO COST CONGRESS I
' f i
Over a hundred voters were pres- j
ent, and thev fairly represented the' Mr. John Claude Massev, of At-
best element of the city. Mr. A. C. lanta. representing the Keystone J
Cobb was chairman and Mr. F. YY. I Type Foundry cf St. Louis, is in the!

i

Editor Star: I note that the
Bari of Bond Trustees of the city
cf Jacksonville has ordered a cut to
two cents per K. Y. hour for electric
current, ostensibly to gie the sreat

it is state! that this wiil be the low lowest
est lowest rate in the country "if net in
the world." It is presumable that
this rate is approximately near the
cost of production. But this rate
:ii(ans to Jacksonville more than a
"day load." It means not only that
the expense of operation will be met.
It means that in these days of cost costly
ly costly and inefficient domestic service, in
these days of increasingly expensive
fuel, the housekeepers of Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville are to have at their disposal
and always ready for instant use the
greatest labor saving device known
to science. It means more than
that. It means that Florida's big,
growing metropolis will by this act
set more favorable publicity, and a
bigger inilux of increase to her pop

ulation thsu

Ditto acted as secretary.

city, calling cn the trade and await-

There is a sentiment among a ; ing the meeting of the Printers
considerable number of the people. Cost Congress, which will be held

- m. WW t t M. r r & w A M A A M V- A A A A Aft fc.- C i A A I & lA A i j
primary idea, that the movement Massey says that rjuite a number of!
should not be started this year, on newspaper proprietors, notably those j
account of its being so near election I on the East Coast, will attend the;
and most of the candidates having ; congress, and every newspaper man!
announced. This would be very j who is here and likes the looks of i
sound reasoning under the usual our town will be sure to give it a

circumstances, and the principal rea- ; boo.-?.

son why it has not prevailed has

!

been the unusual heavy registration
of negro voters. This has stirred
the white people up in a way that
they have not been stirred for many
years and culminated in the move movement
ment movement that now calls for a white pri primary.
mary. primary. Immediately after the meeting

The Star has a postcard picture!

of Miss Isabel Davis of Summerfield
and the pretty Jersey calf which she
won by her industry and ingenuity
in exhibits at the last Marion County
Fair. The young lady and her pret pretty
ty pretty and useful pet make a charming
picture, and one that the Star wishes

was called to order, Mr. Edwin j everv girl in Marion countv could
C I ,1 i I

opciikfi ci i use o ii u uiaue a. niuiiun : ggg.

that an organization for the purpose
of nominating white candidates for
city offices be formed on or after
December 11. As the election will
be held Dec. 9, Mr. Spencer's motion
-would have set the movement back
for .a year. Mr. Spencer as usual
.- argued his case ajbly. A discussion
followed, taken part in by Messrs.
Chace, George Rentz, Muncaster,
Strauss, Nugent. Ditto, Cobb, Car-

Never, since the cow jumped over
the moon, has the price of beef been
so high. A good beefsteak is worth
(or costs) its weight in gold, and,
butchers tell us, will more than like likely
ly likely climb to a higher notch. What on
earth will be poor people but
what's the use to beef about it?
St. Petersburg Independent.
Tf thf Afiitnr nf tho InrlononHont

- wiav Thnmac C T Hnuoll Rallorfl

had been in tlorida a few

Hunter, .Murray and others, lne
debate was spirited but can't be said
to have been acrimonious. The

speech of Senator Carney especially
represented the white primary spirit,
rand the applause it received showed
that the sentiment of the meeting
- "was with him.
Mr. Spencer's motion was lost,
:-and another, resolving to call a pri--rmary
for Saturday, Nov. 15, prevail prevailed,
ed, prevailed, after which the meeting adjourn adjourned.
ed. adjourned. An executive committee was elect elected
ed elected to make arrangements for hold holding
ing holding the primary. The committee
consists of J. M. Meffert, W. W.
Cljatt, V. J. Edwards, Tom Proctor

and J. H. Benjamin. They are mak- J

years

longer, he would realize that as long
as the untamed gopher ranges the
piny woods, the cracker need not be
a vegetarian.

Ex-Governor Hadley's request for
a summons requiring Governor Park
Trammell, ex-Governor Gilchrist and
several other prominent Floridians
appear before the federal court in

! Kansas City as witnesses in the case

against a fruit company, has been
refused by the court.

PAINTER IS PLEASED

Fine Testimony to the Merit of
Facts ami Photos

3ng arrangements to hold the pn- l -
, ... I following appreciative letter from
mary and will announce the pro-! ;

ii. vyiicii it; a o. raiuier, presiuem oi

gram tomorrow.
There is no doubt but what a
great majority of the voters are in
favor of the white primary. About
the only difference of opinion is that
stated in the beginning of this arti article,
cle, article, as to whether it is best to start
it now or after the coming election.
Some of the members of the
Young Men's Democratic Club re resent
sent resent the movement as one they con consider
sider consider to overrun their own of a few
weeks ago. Qufte a number of the
young men, however, concur in the
-white primary. Mr. W. A. Knight,
-who was endorsed by the club for
alderman from the first ward, sig signifies
nifies signifies his intention of going into the
primary. Mr. Emmett Robinson, an another
other another nominee of the club, indorsed
the primary move at last week's
meeting, and he and Mr. J. C. Smith,
another club nominee, both signed
the call for Monday night's meeting.
The Star sees no reason for any
bitterness in the campaign, hopes
that what has cropped out will sub subside
side subside and no more will develop.
Some of the opposition, the Star
is informed, threaten to take out an
injunction against the primar'. Such
an injunction could not hold. The
people who are calling the primary
and intend to conduct it, are doing

the Florida National Land Co.:
Chicago, Nov. o.
Mr. J. D. Rooney, Secretary Marion
County Board of Trade:
Dear Sir: I don't believe there is
any one more interested in the new
Marion county booklet than I am,
and if you will see that I am sup sup-plfed
plfed sup-plfed with a few copies of it. I'll
appreciate it greatly.
We all feel very much gratified at
the success you are making as sec secretary
retary secretary of the Ocala Board of Trade.
The kind of work you are doing
there radiates it benefits not only
Marion county and advertises it, but
at the same time it inspires the good
citizens of every other county in the
state to better things. I tell you
that you can do no greater work
than to get all of the counties in the
state of Florida into competition to
see which could do the most good for
the benefit of their various locali localities.
ties. localities. The folks down there in our dis district
trict district are showing the right spirit.
They have taken up your plans and
as you well know will soon put in a
week at working two of the main
roads to the west of Summerfield.
You should have the support of
every man who is interested in bet-

so with their own private work and ter conditions and I believe that you
means. They have as much right to i do have it.. Yourl truly.

hold a primary as they have to hold a
church fair or a whist party, and any
attempt to interfere with them will
show that their opponents are afraid

Charles S. Painter.

Twenty-one thousand glasses of

::sn by anything else she

could do.
! have seen the statement that in
our little city the present cost of
producing current is three cents per
K. V. hour. That a material in increase
crease increase in consumption wxjuld reduce

it to 2 .-2 or 2 cents. It is certain our

piant as at present operated has no

"day load" to speak of. Yet we
have a day service which is at pres present
ent present hardly operated at a profit, as
.'.ay consumption is very limited.
Would it not be municipal wisdom
to furnish power, heat and cooking
current at actual cost of production?
It is the opinion of this writer, in
which he may be wrong of course,
that four distinct benefits to our
city and people would follow such
reduction say to 3 or 3 cents.
1. The plant would soon be running
at its capacity. 2. Scores of people
would adopt electricity for heating
as well as lighting purposes. Inci Incidentally
dentally Incidentally a good many light users
would be added in order that the
fuel privileges could be enjoyed. 3.
In a good many homes domestic ser service
vice service problems would be eliminated,
and modern, scientific, economic
cooking methods and -food combina combinations
tions combinations would take the place of what
we now enjoy (?) 4. Ocala would
leap at once into public favor as a
place of residence, and for small
r
manufacturing plants who demand
power at a low rate.
I know it is contended that the
"first cost" of current is not the
whole cost. But it should be borne
in mind that the fixed charge and
overhead expense are practically the
same, outside of increased fuel re required,
quired, required, whether the output be 10,000
K. W. or 1000,000 and a 10 per
cent profit or 1000,000 is equal to
100 per cent profit on 10,000.
That's the way it looks to me. I
may be mistaken. Those having in intimate
timate intimate knowledge of cost and condi conditions
tions conditions may be sure I am, and able to
demonstrate it. If so, I am glad to
"stand corrected." But will con continue
tinue continue to stand in the attitude of one
who believes that all public utilities
should be operated, not to make
money but to lighten the burdens
and serve the public (the real owneV
of such utilities) in the best possible
way. The last word has not been
said, however, on any side of the
question at issue.
Respectfully,
Ocala, Nov. 11. J. B. Ley.

MAKE USE OF If.

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 be. Its fuller use is offered
to you today.

.e riimroe

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OCALA, FLORIDA

eibliss

Bank,

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AIR LINE SCHEDULE!

SEABOARD

Soutlibound
No. 1, local leaves Jacksonville
0:30 p. m.; arrives Ocala 1:40 a.
m.: arrives Tampa G:30 a. m.
No. 3 local leaves Jacksonville
9:30 a. m.; arrives Ocala 1:05 p. m.;
arrives Tampa o:i0 p. m.
No. 9 limited leaves Jacksonville
11:30 a. m.; arrives Ocala 2:30 p.
in.; arrives Tampa G p. m.
Northbound
No. 2. local leaves Tampa 9 p. m.;
arries Ocala 2:30 a. m.; arrives
Jacksonville 0:45 a. m.
No. 4 local leaves Tampa S:4o a.
m.; arrives Ocala 12:50 p. m.; ar arrives
rives arrives Jacksonville 5:40 p. m.
No. 10 limited leaves Tampa 1 p.

m .: arrives Ocala 4:20 n. m arrives

Jacksonville 7:30 p. m.

TO THE LADIES

Who Intend Sending Exhibits to the
Marion County Fair
We have been requested by Mrs.
A. Y. Strunk, superintendent of the
domestic exhibits at the coming fair,
to say that any parcels or packages

.sent to her will have careful and im

mediate attention. Everyone is
urged to send exhibits in early as
they will not only be more advant advantageously
ageously advantageously placed, but more care be
taken in their arrangement and
proper grouping. No entries will be
received after S a. m. Tuesday, Nov.
25. Mrs. Strunk and her assistants
will be at the fair grounds on Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, the 22nd to receive the ex exhibits.
hibits. exhibits. 10-30-tf

Rexall Liver Salts will relieve any
liver ailment and the loss of
strength and the other ailments
caused by it or money back. 25c.
and 50c. at Gerig's Drug Stores. 10-25

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:uava jelly were sent by one firm in

of them and will-ins: to take an un-j Tampa the other day to New York,

J. E. CHACE
Dental Surgeon
Rooms 9, 10, 11, Holder Block
Phone 250
OCALA, FLORIDA
Terms: Cash.
L- F. BLALOCK
Dental Surjieon
Office Over Commercial Bank
Phone 211
OCALA, FLORIDA
JOSEPH BELL
Attorney at Law
Office Second Floor Munroe and
Chambltss Bank Building
I
OCALA. FLORIDA

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY
CITY OF OCALA
Mayor J. D. Robertson.
Recorder L. T. Izlar.
Assistant Recorf-jr Joseph Bell.
Council J. H. Taylor, president
pro tem; E. C. Bennett, Baxter Cam,
C. W. Huntev, E. T. Helvenston, G.
A. Carmichael, F. G. B. Weihe, C. M.
Livingston.
City Attorney C. I.. Sistrunk.
City Clerk H. C. Sistrunk.
Treasurer and Tax Collector W.
W. Clyatt.
City Engineer J. R. Moorhead.
Superintendent Light Plant J. C.
Caldwell.
Superintendent Water Works .1.
A. Campbell.
Marshal A. J. Brigance.
Fire Chief H. S. Chambers.
Sanitary Inspector G. W. Cleve Cleveland.
land. Cleveland. Street Commissioner R obert
Marsh.

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.

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.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad

FOR SALE
Two hundred and sixty-seven
acres, one half mile from Santos on
S. A. L. Railroad, all under fence;
two hundred acres under cultiva cultivation;
tion; cultivation; house 40x40; barn 15x20; fif-

hteen 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 3 2x4 0; six-room
dwelling house in good repair; eight
room stone house in coarse of con construction
struction construction with all material on the
ground.

Also two small farms of eighty j
and fifty-four acres respectively, un-

improved.
' See H. A. Kramer, or owner. A.
I A. Mathews, Ocala, Fla. 10-1-tf

Mf iW?S$4

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.
THE JEWELER,
Merchant's Block, Ocala, Fla.

R. C. MUNCASTER
oksuipmiRieE

FIRE

LIFE

ACCIDENT

HEALTH

PLATE GLASS
BURGLARY. EMPLOYEES LIABILITY

Ocala House Block

Phone 420

W. H. MARSH

Plione 108

FRESH MEATS

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VULCANIZING

We are equipped with the Latest, Largest, Best Vulcanizing
plant in Central Florida. Any sized tire handled at one time.

All work Guaranteed to ye First-Class.
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
DA VIES, The Tire Man
Phone 438. OCALA, FLORIDA Main St., near Postoffice,

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EMPIRE CAFE
Opposite A. C. L. Station.

SINGLE MEALS THIRTY-FIVE CENTS.

$ TWENTY-ONE-MEAL TICKETS, $5.25.

fair advantage.

land each glass was labeled "made in I

OCALA SEKIJ STORE

Thp Star is not srolnjr to take anv lanina.

partisan share in the campaign. It
vlU report the incident? as ac accurately
curately accurately as possible and hopes both
sides will give it all necessary infor information,
mation, information, so it will not be in danger
of misrepresenting either.

There are mishtv few

"spreads" that can compare with

guava jelly in general deliciousness j

and it is good to see the people in
the north learn to love it. Miami
Metropolis.

We lead in perfumes, soaps and

The accident in Miami one night j powder. Court Pharmacy. 11-3-tf.

G. C. SHEPHARD,

DENTIST.

Holder Block. Rooms 9 and 10.

PHONE 250.
OPEN ALL NIGHT

Florida Seed Rye, per bushel 13.
Florida 00 Day Oats, per bu. 51.
S. C. Rust Proof Oats, bushel $1.
10-1-tf

t Don't Forget Our Thanksgiving Dinner.
B. B. BAUM, Proprietor.

FOR

Pretty and stylish hair ornaments
and combs. Nothing later to be had

anvwhere. at Miss Affleck's

tiles In

Call at the STAR JOB OFFICE

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THE OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1013

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CARLOAD OF MULES.

We have just unloaded
a carload of fine

Males, n,;M

Also a number of
Good Horses.

Vfi ? re 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 loaf's will

follow through the season,
well supplied at all times.

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lEIPKI.

Phone 117
eoi dly wkly

and our barns will be

HOUND TRIP RATES

To Ocala from Seaboard Air Line
Points During the Marion
Connty Fair

THEATRICAL

SEASON
AT THE TEMPLE

Seaboard Air Line Passenger Dept.!
Norfolk, Va., Oct. 27, 1913. j
Marion County Fair, Oeala, Xovem-j
her 25-2S. t
To ticKet agents at all points named
below:
On account of the above occasion
you will sell round trip tickets to!

Ocala, at fares and under conditions
quoted below:
Hates
jApopka $2.25
i Baldwin 1.50
iBushnell 1.50
jCampville 1.35

Soy. 17 Edison talking pictures.
Nov. IS Edison talking pictares.
Nov. 27 Local talent; benefit of
the hospital.

Nov. 25 Burt
Little Millionaire

Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Jan.
Jan.
Hills."
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

ALL ABOARD FOR OCALA

Leigh, in "The

2 Creatore's Band.
8 "The Barber of Seville."
13 "The Leopard's Spots."
16 Neil O'Brien Minstrels.
27 Bought and Paid For.
30 Coburn's Minstrels.
1 "Divorce Question."
6 "The Shepherd of the

Citra

.80
1.20
2.05

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

Jan. 2S Anti-Saloon League lecture.

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

Ocala, Fla,

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At This Period Use All

Safeguards for Comforts and Well Being

The best and most practical of these is let--, .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.
OCALA ICE & PACKING CO.

1
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2.50
1.45
2.G5
1.10
.S5
1.25
2.90
2.15
1.95

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The
Laundry
That
Made
Ocala
Famous

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To a Person Who Prides
Himself on His Appearance I
Clean, Fresh, Well.Laundered Linen
is a necessity. To supply that ne- :j:

cessity is Our Business.
Ocala Steam Laundry

402-404 S. Main Street
OCAIiA, FLORIDA

Phone 101.

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HAT is it

you are

Coleman .
Dade City
Dallas

! Eldorado .
j Fairvilla .
i Gainesville

Hampton .
Hawthorne
Highland ..
Island Grove
Lacoochee
Lawtey .
Leesbur.? .

Lochloosa
Lockhart .
Maxville .

Orange Hei

Orlando ....
Orange Home
Oxford
Panasoffkee
Plant City .
Plymouth .'
Starke
St. Catherine
Summerfield
Tavares

Terrell ....
Waldo
Whitney .
Wild wood .
Zellwood .
Zephyrhills

Fares for Children
Tickets for the transportation of
children five years of age and under
twelve, may be sold at one-half the
above fare.
Dates of Sale

For all trains scheduled to stop
at stations mentioned above on Nov.

Limits
Continuous passage in each direc direction,
tion, direction, final limit to reach original
starting point Nov. 29, 1913, prior
to midnight of which date return
trip must be completed.
Form of Ticket
Use round-trip Lomax form of
ticket. Endorse all tickets "MCF."
Baggage
Usual allowance will govern.
Charles B. Ryan,
Gen. Passenger Agt.

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

Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
strels.
Feb.
Mch.
Meh.
Mch.

24 Fine Feathers.
2 (To 11) Chautauqua.
14 Rose Maid.
19 Paul Gilmore.

MAKIOX COUNTY DIRECTORY

P. Galloway,

Collector W. L.

Ocala.
Colbert.

.SO
1.50 j
2.551
1.4o!
i.so;

1.15'
2.30: Jurljre Circuit Court W. S. Bul-
S()-lfu:k. Ocala.
-loni District Attorney E. W. Davis.
1- yu! Ocala.
2- 25; Clerk Circuit Court P. H. Nugent.
25 i Oca -a.

1 nn Sheriff J

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Tax As?essor Alfred Aver. Ooala.
Treasurer John M. Graham,
Ocala.
Surveyor W. A. Moorhead, Ocala.
Judge of Prouate Wm. E. Smith,
Ocala.
County Commissioners C. Carmi Carmi-chael,
chael, Carmi-chael, Ocaia; J. W. Davis. Summer Summer-field;
field; Summer-field; W t. Henderson, Lynne; D. G.
Watkins, Dunnellon; Walter Luff Luff-man.
man. Luff-man. Sparr.
Board Public Instruction -J. II.

onBrinson, Superintendent. Ocala B.
""In Tim.i. rl:ii.i T o O V, n

Fort McCoy; W. D. Carn. Ocala.

-FOR-

Homosassa .
High fprings.
Holder
'n-. c-rness .
IrUerlachen
Juliette
Kendrick
Kathleen .
Lisbon .

1.60
1.45
1.45
1.25
1.00
2.05
2.40

NOTICE
1913 state and county ta?: Toos
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.

Because they reach the peo peo-of
of peo-of Ocala.
Because the readers of the
STAR know we have an
Unclassified Want Ad. col column
umn column and they watch it.
Try a Star Want Ad. and
watch results.

in need of? Is it a
servant you are
looking for?
Have you rooms
to rent?
Do you need a
room, or rooms?
It makes no dif difference
ference difference what it
may be you need,
what you want to
sell, have lost, or
found our
Unclassified
Column
will bring you the
desired results..

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HEADQUA

RTERS FOR WIRE FENCE

We have just received a carload cf the Famous SOUTHERN Wire
Fencing, Staples and Hay Wire and are in position to make you some
attractive prices on it. We are th- only dealers in this section or the
country that handle this brand o' fnce and have demonstrated in the
past that it is absolutely the. best and strongest fence on the market,
and running- It as we have in competition with many inferior grades
of wire fence. We have had some phenomenal sales on it and

made many friends and customers. Give us your orders, if the goods

don t make good we w.'Il.

ICoIott Lang

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

"What is 21

10-30-tf

G.

COAST MXtrS TIME CARD

The winter schedule of the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Coast Line is now in effect. It
is as follows:
Southbound'
Xo. 39 leaves Jacksonville at 9:30
a. m., arrives Gainesville at 12:30
a. m., arrives Ocala at 2:40, arrives
St. Petersburg at 9:10 p. m.
Xo. 9 leaves Jacksonville at 3:40
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.
Xo. 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

3S leaves St. Petersburg 8:30
arrives Ocala at 2:20 a. m.,

m. and

Xo
p. m

arrives Gainesville 3:5S a.

arrives Jacksonville 7 a. m.
Xo. 10 leaves Leesburg at 4:45 a.
m., arrives Ocala at 6:05 a. m., ar arrives
rives arrives Gainesville at 7:55 a. m. and
arrives Jacksonville at 10:55 a. m.
Xo. 4 0 leaves St. Petersburg at
6:30 a. m.. arrives Ocala 12:54 p.
m., leaves Ocala 1:14 p. m., arrives

Gainesville at .J:-u p. ni.,
Jacksonville at 6:30 p. in.

Mclver & MacKay
Funeral Directors
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
I). E. MclVER and C. V. ROBERTJs
Funeral Directors
All Work Done by Licensed Em Em-balmers
balmers Em-balmers and Fully Guaranteed

PHONES:
O. E. McIVDR 104
C. V. ROBERTS 305
Undertaking Office 47
Hawk's

Business College
Prepares
YOUNG MEX AXD WOMEX FOR
Positions that Pay
Attractive Salaries.
Our courses include Shorthand
and Bookkeeping with the auxiliary
studies of Touch Typewriting, Pen Penmanship,
manship, Penmanship, Rapid Calculation, Spell Spelling
ing Spelling and Commercial Law.
Rates are one dollar per week in
advance, each student to furnish
text books, note paper, ink, pencils,
etc. Studenets are not charged for
the use of typewriters.
Call on or write,
O. Hawk
Hawk's Business College,

i Room Xo. 1, Merchant s Block.

OCALA FLORIDA
Hours: 7:30 to p:30 p. m.

Atlantic Coast Line Special Rates to
Marion County Fair
On Xov. 25 to 2S, the Atlantic
Coast Line will sell round trip tick tickets
ets tickets to Ocala as rates quoted below:
Archer $1.S5

Altemont Springs 2.65
Altoona 1.95
Alachua 1.95
Boardman .85
Brooksville 2.45
Eranford 2. So
Croom 2.05
Center Hill 1.60
Candler .65
Citronelle 1.30
Crystal 1.50

Citra 80
Dunnellon 1.85
Dade City 2.05
Edgar ....... ?..70
Evinston 95
Eustis 1.50
Eloral City 1.80
Fort White 2.45
Gainesville 1.45
Grand Island 1.60
Hague J 1.S0
Hernando : 1.40
Hawthorne 1.15

1.75
2.15
1.25
. 1.60
1.85
90
30
2.90
1.55

Leesburg 1.25
Lady Lake 1.05
Lowell 60
Lakeland 2.90

Lake City 2.80
Lpngwood 2.65

Montbrook 1.40
Maitland 2.65
Martin 50
Mcintosh 85
McAlpine 3.20
Martel 50
Morriston 1.25
Mt. Dora 2.05
Micanonv 1.10

Xe wherry 2.15
Orlando 2.65
Orange Lake 80
Okahumpka 1.45
Oklawaha 70
O'Brien 3.00

Webster 1.60
Plant City .2.90
Palatka 2.35
Pine Mount 3.30
Reddick 65
Rochelle 1.20
Richland 2.90
St. Catherine 1.60
Sanford 2.65
Sorrento 2.20
Tavares 1.60
Trilby 2.05
Umatilla 1.80
Weirsdale 90
Winter Park 2.65
Williston 1.50
Winston 2.90
Return Limit: Xovember 29 th,
(up to and including this date.)

Fares for Children: Tickets for

the transportation of children five
years of age and undv-r twelve, may
be sold at one-half the above fares,
sufficient to be added to make total

fare end in naught or five. Each
couDon of each such ticket to be

plainly marked, stamped or punched
E. M. XORTH, j
Asst. Gen. Passenger Agent.
T. C. WHITE,
Gen. Passenger Agent.

Sweet Milk
Butter Milk
Gream
Butter
Pork Sausage,
Tennessee Style in Shucks
Dressed Poultry,
Fresh Country Eggs,
CALL PHON'E.!;482.
Sanitary Dairy
Corner Fort King Avenue
and Magnolia Street.
Basement of Burnett Building)

Luckie's-
I have just oiened up my new
garage on Xorth Main street, and
solicit a share of the patronage of
ar downers in Ocala and surrounding
territory. The repair department
is prepared to do all kinds of auto automobile
mobile automobile repairing on short notice.
Xone but first-class workmen em employed,
ployed, employed, and therefore, I am in po position
sition position to guarantee every job that
leaves the place. Rates will be found,
reasonable as high-class workman workmanship
ship workmanship and good material can be fur furnished
nished furnished GIVE ME A TRLAIi
T. C. LiicMe,
Proprietor
Bui'ding formerly occupied by Idea
Theater.

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A TEXAS WONDER
The Texas Won.Ier cures kidne; kidne;-and
and kidne;-and Wa-lder troubles, dissolves grav gravel,
el, gravel, cure? diabetes, weak and lame
backs, rheumatism, an.l all irregular-:
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sOid by your druirjis:. v.ill be sent;
by mail on receipt of ?1. One small!
bottle is t'vo months treatment, and;
sc-Idon fa!.- to 1 r;r-r a cure. Send
for testimonials from this and other;
states. Dr. E. W. Hail. 202 Olive St..
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CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
Estimates on any land
of Building furnished on

short notice

Fresh oysters daily, "any style.

Merchant's Cafe, J. R. Dewey. 10-3-tf

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

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

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. Mdm9
S. Osceola St. Ocala, Fla

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

A. M.

Furniture

XEW AND SECOND HAND

NEARLY EVERY

CHILD

HAS WORMS
Paleness, at times a flushed face,
unnatural 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-
ren happy and healthy. 25 cents.
Guaranteed. Try it. Drug stores, m
or by mail. Kickapoo Indian Medi-
cine Comuanv. Philadelphia or St.

Louis.

Bought and Sold.'
Farm Tools, Caroline Engines, Wag Wagons,
ons, Wagons, Ruggies, Harness, Beds and
Redding, Stoves, Tinware, Queens Queens-ware,
ware, Queens-ware, Crockery, Etc.
Phone 481
310 S. Main Street. Ocala, Fla.

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117 N. SANCHEZ STREET.
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tions receptions receive prompt attention at
Carter's Bakerv. 11-5-tl

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10 to 600 acres, northern!

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j so 2,000 acres cut-over land; j
well located: fine truck and U
j orange section. Write for
description and prices. Comej
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Have you a house to
rent, or do you want
to rent a house?
Have you something to
sell, cr do you wish to
buy a house, a lot, a
horse or a bu?y?
Are you looking for
employment, or do you
need the services of
some one who i?
If so, you should pat patronize
ronize patronize the STAR'S un unclassified
classified unclassified column It'll
do the work.

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THE OCA LA EVENING 3TAK, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11. 1013

I OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS I
(If you have any items for this department call phone 106)

A NEW MACHINE AT
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Organization of Florida Equal Suf Suffrage
frage Suffrage Association Completed
The meeting which was begun in
Orlando last Thursday for the pur purpose
pose purpose of organizing a state equal suf suffrage
frage suffrage association concluded yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, having been continued from

Thursday. Tie desired results wen

obtained.

The official name decided upon? is
the Florida Equal Suffrage Associa Association,
tion, Association, and the completed list o of officers
ficers officers is as follows: Miss Mary E.
Safford of Orlando, president; I Mrs.
Huber of Tampa, first vice president;
Mrs. Prentiss Carson, DeLandl sec second
ond second vice president; Miss Catoline
Brevard, of Tallahassee, thirdlvice
president; Miss Frances Anderson of

Jacksonville, recording secreta1

Miss Elizabeth Askew of Tampa,
corresponding secretary; Mrs. John
Schnarr. of Orlando, treasurer. Dr.
Davis of Palatka, was elected as first
auditor and Miss Anna Andrews of
Miami for the second. The member
of the executive committee chosen to
attend the meeting of the National
Suffrage Association in Washington
next month is Mrs. Locke of Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. The press committee con consists
sists consists of Mrs. Roselle Cooley, Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, chairman; Mrs. Julia
Lucky, of St. Petersburg, and Mrs.
S. L. Lowry of Tampa.
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Miss Bessie MacKay spent the day
at' their lovely Lake Weir home.
Yesterday afternoon the members
of the Altar Guild of Grace Episco Episcopal
pal Episcopal church met at the home of their
director, Mrs. F. T. Schreiber, for
the annual election of officers and
regular monthly business meeting.
The meeting was largely attended
and the officers for the ensuing year
are: President, Miss Annie Atkin Atkinson;
son; Atkinson; secretary, Miss Edith Williams;
treasurer, Miss Hope Robinson, re reelected.
elected. reelected. This guild meets each Mon Monday
day Monday with Mrs. Schreiber and has
charge of all the work connected
with the altar, decorating the church
for festive days, and is one of the
most active organizations in the
church.
The Florida Federation of Wom Women's
en's Women's Clubs will have as its hostess at
its meeting next year, the progres progressive
sive progressive little city of Lakeland, one of

the rtnest towns in South Florida.

The wedding music for the Hor-

rell-Williams marriage which will be
solemnized on ther evening of the
19th, wjll be plaed by Miss Marie
vonEngelken, wjo is a special

friend of the bride-elect.
Mrs. J! F. Jenkins, who went to
her old home at Camden, S. C, a
few days ago to visit her mother,
Mrs. Alexander, returned this after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, accompanied by her mother,
who will spend the winter in Ocala.
Mrs. William Anderson, who has
been visiting her daughter, Mrs. W.
L. Calhoun at Bridgeport, Conn., for

the past three months, arrived home
this afternoon.

Last evening several members of

the Ocala and the Gainesville fool-

ball teams and an equal number o

young ladies met at the home of
Miss Clara Johnson and whiled away
the hours dancing. Miss Johnson is

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always a lovely entertainer and at
the impromptu affair of last eve evening
ning evening proved herself an unusually at attractive
tractive attractive hostess. About eight cou couples
ples couples were present and different ones
furnished the dance music.

William s-Zol ler

Mr. Edward M. Williams of this

city was quietly married yesterday
in Minneapolis, Minn., to Miss Caro Caroline
line Caroline Zoller. The wedding occurred
at the home oL.the bride's parents,
and was the culmination of a ro romance
mance romance begun la&t winter in Brooks Brooks-ville,
ville, Brooks-ville, where tpp-trrMv1 family was
spending the winter and where the
groom superintended the construc construction
tion construction of the Hernando county court

house.

ur. and Mrs. Williams left Min

neapolis immediately after the cere ceremony
mony ceremony for Chicago, where they join joined
ed joined the former's mother, Mrs. G. K.
Williams, who is viisting relatives
there. After a brief stay in Chica Chicago
go Chicago they will continue their wedding
journey and on reaching Ocala will
go right to housekeeping in one of
Mr. C. V. Roberts' attractive new
cottages on South Lime street.
Mrs. Williams is a very attractive
young lady and although not known
in Ocala will be cordially welcomed
by a wide circle of friends of her
husband. Annually she has spent
her winters in Brooksville and her
many friends there will learn with
sincere interest of her marriage.
Mr. Williams, only son of Mr. and
Mrs. G. K. Williams, is the junior
member of the firm of J. F. Jenkins
& Co., and a splendid young business
man. His many friends, both in
business and social circles, extend
congratulations and offer best wish wishes
es wishes for a happy wedded life.
Party for Visitors
Three lovely visitors fn Ocala at
present are Miss Carrie and Dora
Pelot of Owens and Miss Ethel Coi Coi-vard
vard Coi-vard of Birmingham, Ala., and in
their honor Mrs. Robert Blake en entertained
tertained entertained at a charming little trim trim-ble
ble trim-ble party yesterday afternoon. The
other guests included Miss Annie
Pearl Liddon and Miss Josie Will Williams.
iams. Williams. The delightful afternoon with
the hostess was concluded with a
dainty salad course with which was
served hot tea.
Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Woodrow are
planning to spend the Thanksgiving
holidays in Columbia, S. C, with
their daughter, Miss Blair Wood Wood-row,
row, Wood-row, who is enrolled at the woman's
college in that city.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Fishel are en entertaining
tertaining entertaining Mr. Sol Xeuhan and Mr.
Sylvan Neuhan of Baltimore, uncle
and brother of Mrs. Fishel.
Miss Grizella Merrill of Palatka,
who has a good many friends in this
city, was operated on at the DeSoto
Sanitarium, Jacksonville, last Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. Work was received from her
yesterday afternoon that she was do doing
ing doing well.

Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Chace have as

their guest the former's sister, Mrs.
Hoover of Starke, who was before

er marriage Miss Etta Chace.

The friends of Miss Josephine Bul Bullock
lock Bullock will be sorry to learn that she
is very sick at the home of her par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Bullock,
and that she may have to undergo an
operation sometime during the
week.
Mrs. II. S. Chambers and Mrs. B.
F. Borden left toiay for Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, where they go to represent the
0:-ala church at the state convention
of the Christian church.
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MU$ Mau.ie Sikes of Crystal Riv River,
er, River, was shopping :n the city yester yesterday
day yesterday and stopped at the Harrington.

The Ocala Steam Laundry has
just installed a new collar and cuff
machine, made by the Troy Laundry
Works. The machine is a very large
and complete one and is the very
latest thing made of its kind. It
will iron 24,000 collars and cuffs a
day. if run its full capacity, and will
put on the purely domestic or a med medium
ium medium finish, as desired, the change
being made in a few seconds. The
machine is handsomely enameled in
black, with all fittings and trim trimmings
mings trimmings in nickel, brass or enamel,
and is heated by steam and operat operated
ed operated by the same power. Mr. W. B.
Fuller, the superintendent of the
Ocala Steam Laundry, is very proud
of the new machine, and Mr. How Howard
ard Howard says he has had a night gown
made for it and puts it to bed every
night.

SITUATION OF THE NEW SCHOOL

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WORLD'S SERIES
GIANTS VS. ATHLETICS
Maurice Costello in the Viiagraph
two-reel feature
THE INTRUDER
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(Selig Comedy)
THE ROBBER OF ANGKOR
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Editor Star: I have noted with
great interest the discussion of the
proposition of the location of the
Ocala public school and have been
impressed with the force of the pos positive
itive positive argument offered by both sides,
but have also seen the weakness of
the negative argument of both sides.

or -I might say, all sides. I have j

often spoken of the necessity of ward
schools for the lower grades, and
with the objection to each site as
offered, additional argument is giv given,
en, given, showing that no site can pos possibly
sibly possibly be ideal for all. The argument
pro and con is very well for a village
school, but all parties seem to lose
sight of the fact that Ocala is al already
ready already a city and is destined to
become one of the largest and most
important of Florida's inland cities.
Now I have no interest in any
special site, but would suggest that
for the first six grades there should
be a .school located as follows:- One
in the' present high school building
to accommodate pupils from the
third and south half of fourth ward;
then on the site recently purchased
for public school would be a building
for. the second ward; and this would
leave the natural location for the
other building well out on Daugher Daugher-ty
ty Daugher-ty street so as to be within conveni convenient
ent convenient reach of the first ward pupils, as
well as those from the rapidly
growing North Ocala section, and
there are a number of other suitable
locations out that way which are
available. This argument would
leave the present primary school
empty and this with very little ex expense
pense expense could be refitted to take care
of the grammar school grades and
there is plenty of room upon that
lot for either a separate building or
an addition to take care of the high
school, which is year by year des destined
tined destined to become larger and in need
of additional room and equipment.
In support of this argument I have
only to refer you to the mothers of
small children who have to send
them long distances and across the
many railroad tracks that the dif different
ferent different sections find between them,
and any location that can be selected
to house the entire school. But when
the children become larger the walk
and that danger is not the problem
for the mother that it is with the
small children. As it is now there
are a number of grades employing
two teachers and needing three,
which is not the case in the higher
grades. And still you will find lots
of small children being kept out of
school or taught at home by pri private
vate private teachers because of the dis distance
tance distance or the danger of sending them
to school. Possibly in one of the
wards the two upper grades would
have to be taken care of by one
teacher, or for the present sent to
one of the other schools as a matter
of economy, but it only remains for
a year or wo to elapse before full

trades would be enroRe I at eae?i of j
these schools. j
This argument, would better the j

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. Our stock is the most complete-of these goods that
has ever been shown in this city, and we, would be
pleased to have you make a point of seeing them.
Just the Thing for a Christmas Gift.
Knit Slippers, Felt Comfy, Satin Comfy,
Oriental Boudoir, Hong-Kong and Satin Mules
For Ladies and Children.
Prices: 25c, 50c, 75c, $1, $1.25 and $1.75.

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We also have a full line of Leather House Shoes
for Ladies and Men.

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grammar and high schools, as it
would permit the principal to devote
his time to them which is a very dif different
ferent different problem than the work of the
intermediate d. partment.
Then to get best results from the
ward schools there should be a
superintendent or principal of the
three who would be especially adapt adapted
ed adapted to the work for the younger
grades.
The principle argument against
this is the extra expense of about six
teachers; but it will be necessary to
add at least two teachers next year
and it should be three for real effic efficiency.
iency. efficiency. Then the expense of building
would be lessened some thirty thous thousand
and thousand dollars which taking interest
and sinking fund would more than
pay the other four teacher, which
-surely will meet the objection of
those who would oppose additional
expense.
So here we have it, economy, ef efficiency,
ficiency, efficiency, and convenience, and a con convenience
venience convenience to meet the growing citi citizen's
zen's citizen's needs.
Assuring you that I have no other
interest than the greatest good to
the greatest number and the general
welfare of our city, I am,
Respect f ally,
A. -M. Wing.

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

European Plan $1.50 Per Day and Upward
A. M. Wilson. Thos. L Wilson,
ASST. MGR. PROP. AND MGR
Jacksonville, Florida

Maurice Costello. the "Worli's
Series" and five reels will be at the
Temple, tonight.

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"Good to Eat"

WISE A X I OTHERWISE

(Clipped Without Credit)
The principal ingredient in luck is
common sense.
All dead men are honest so far
as we know.
Every married man knows that it
takes but one to make a quarrel.
He is truly a great composer who
can set a hen to music.
It isn't always the brainest man
who forges ahead. A low-brow often
causes the crowd to respectfully
make way for him if he happens to
be carrying a ladder.

."It VkiX Obelisk Graham Flour. .2v
'2h pk S. R. Graham Flour. . 10c
oIt pkg S. It. Plain Flour 25c
21b pkg Plain Flour 10c
Sweet Stuffed Mangoes 5c
Sweet Stuffed Cucumbers 5c
Sweet Stuffed Peppers 5c
Try these, they are fine.
J. L. Smith Grocery
Company
PIIOXE 42 1
North of Ocala National Rank

PROVISIONAL PROGRAM FOlt
cost cox;i:j:ss or printers
Friday, November 11th. IUUI
Meeting called to orrler at : a. m.
"WiH the Installation or a Cot
Sy iem Drive Work Away from a
To.vn?"' J. M. liurrow. Pen.sa?ola.
'"The Cos:: System and the Small
Printer'" Clyde Rinaldi. Tampa.
"The Cost System as Applied to
.Newspaper Plants" 0car Ccnklin,
Miami.
"The Attitude of the Paper Hous Houses
es Houses to Printers Who Are L'sing the
Cost System" Shelby M. Tobey,
Graham Paper Co., St. Louis.
"The Fraternity" Clarence E.
Woods, Eustis.
"Benefits of the Cost System."
Short talks by those who ought to
know.

"Why There Should be a State
Organization" Arthur Dennis, Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. Demonstration of the cost system
by H. W. Flagg, assistant secretary
United Typothetae.
Organization of Florida State Typothetae.

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In our show room will be found a
great variety of electrical goods
that will help make the home beau beau-i!frl
i!frl beau-i!frl and attractive, as well as com comfortable.
fortable. comfortable. Among this display will
be seen PORTABLE LAMPS from
c 1 T,i upward, INDIRECT lighting
fixtures for your library and reading
room, and DOMES for your dining
room. RADIATORS for heating
your living room, PERCOLATORS,
TOASTERS, Smoothing Irons and
many other articles for your comfort

during the cold weather. Many of these will make much appreciated
Christmas presents and it is none too early to give thought to this fea feature
ture feature at this time. Come in and look over the line, though you don't in intend
tend intend to buy now.
M. W. TUCKER
ELECTRICAL AXII PLUMBING CONTRACTOR
North Main Street.

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THE OCAIiA EVENING STAR. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1913
8EVE
OLD 3IAX DIAZ GAVE
Hl'ERTA GOOD ADVICE
WILL SOON RETURN
TO WASHINGTON

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Every one knows the discomfort of eating breakfast in a cold dining room.
There is not always a flue in that room and if there is, who has the time to
build up a fire in time for 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 home 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 heat the chilliest room.
Let us give you prices on piping your house now, before cold weather
really comes.

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OF HORSES AND MULES AT
TOMPK1IMS and COBB'S STABLES
Ocala, Florida

Wednesday,
MARIOX-DUXN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge Xo. 19, F. &
A. M. meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
C. E. Simmons. W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
Try a Star Want Ad. It PAYS
SEVERE PUNISHMENT
Of Mrs. dappell, of R?e Years'
Standing, Relieved by CarduL
Alt. Airy, N. C Airs. Sarah Al. Chap Chap-oell
oell Chap-oell of this town, savs: "I suffered for
liv vpare with wnmanlv trmihlpc alcr
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blUIIIdCII UUUUICb, illlU Illy UUIllblliilCUl
was more than any one couldf tell.
I tried most every kind of medicine,
but none did me any good.
I read one day about Cardui, the wo woman's
man's woman's tonic, and 1 decided to try it. I
had not taken but about six bottles until
good than all the other medicines I had I
tned, put together.
Aly friends began asking me why I
looked so well, and I told them about
Cardui. Several are now taking it."
Do you, lady reader, suffer from any
of the ailments due to womanly trouble,
such as headache, backache, sideache,
sleeplessness, and that everlastingly tired
feeling?
If so, let us urge you to give Cardui a
trial. We feel confident it will help you,
just as it has a million other women in
the past half century.
Begin taking Cardui to-day. You
won't regret it AH druggists.
Write to: Chattanooga Medicine Co.. Ladies
Advisory LJeDt- Ohattaioca. 1 ern., lor Sfeaat i
instructions on your case and 64-p&2 book. "Home J
TrealmW for Women." in plain wrapper. N.C 124 j

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PHONE 61.
Building
November 12th at
CURIOUS HERMIT CRABS.
They Keep Housemaids, and Also Use j
Sponges For Protection.
It has been said that crabs are as
artful as "a barrow load of monkeys."
and no one who has read Professor
Edward Step's "Messmates; A Book of
Strange Companionships In Nature,"
will deny that there is considerable
truth in the remark. Amazing indeed
are some of the revelations which the
professor makes regarding crabs.
He relates, for instance, how the
common hermit crab actually keeps a
housemaid to clean out his house.
When he first starts life this particu particular
lar particular sjecies of crab hunts for some large
shellfish's shell in- which he can live
at ease, rent free. He usually chooses
a large whelk shell and introduces a
large sea worm, belonging to what is
known as the "nereis" family and
whirh Tiro-d tn a !fn-th nf ;?T nr 1
wniCU roS to a ientn OI SIX or
eight inches, to keep the interior Of
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njtr ;miim i ticuu. i lie i u u ifi-uj ucaiu-
ly On Sea creatures that wander Care-
lessly into the shell and throws the in- i
dipHhl nnrt nf thpni silent the
uisesuoie parts or mem aoout ine
floor. The nereis worm promptly Con- :
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SUmeS these remains and keeps the
shell as Clean as a new pin
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strikingly illustrated by the ingenious
manner in which he protects himself
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him as an excellent article of food.
Sometimes he induces a sponge to
grow on his shell. Sponges in a living
condition give out a strong odor, which
is distinctly unpleasant to fish, and
even a dogfish will not attack a crab
protected in this manner.
CONCORDIA LODGE F. U. OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets in Yonge's Hall
on the second Thursday evening of
. t fi. tt--r
each montt. Geo. L. Taylor,
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad

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Fort King Avenue
S:'0 A. M.
Csming of
The Sunbeam
How to Avoid Those Pauns and Distress
Which so Many Mothers Have Suffered.
- !t L' 4 ritJ" Erre wonlPn not know of
Mother's Friend. Here is a remedy that softens
the muscles, enables them to expand without
any strain upon the ligaments and enables
won
women to po tliroupb maternity without pain.
ause. morairur siekne or any of the dreaded
symptoms so familiar t. many mother,
There i no ftlish diet to harass the mi-id.
- e thonphts do not dwell upon rin and s-uf-
..ring. for all sucn are avei(M. Thousands of
kronen no longer resiri themselves to the
thought that sickness and distress are natnral.
They know better, for in Mother's Friend ther
ave found a wotiderfnl. penetrating remedy to
banish all those dreaded ex;xrie'iee.
It I a subject everv woman Phould he fami-
l&e'fnw XnX;
n? proinve mother to wh
time aMat Mother's Friend will
rfui Messing. This famous i
m a wt-rd la
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rmwlv is A
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j It is for ettrnal use only, and is rea!lv worth
if? w;ht in c .hi. Write to-i!ay to the Bra i i-'
' i-' 6Md Relator Co.. 12T Lairar iild., Atlanta,
. Ga.. for a most Taluable boot
An Appreciative Orchestra.
Rubinstein hac promised the or orchestra
chestra orchestra players a upper if one of his
operas should prov ; a success. It was
a dismal failure, i nd he went home
! sadly. Presently the doorbell rang
and, behold, there were the players I
In response to his looks of astonish astonishment
ment astonishment they exclaimed, "We liked your
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Counseled Him to Resign and Save
His Country from Further
Calamity

Paris, Xov. 11. General Porfirio j he will sail for the United States to to-Diaz
Diaz to-Diaz has advised General Victoriano I day. Mr. Clark left the United
Huerta to retire from the presidency j States about three weeks ago for a
of .Mexico. Two friends of Diaz, short period o frest before the busv

each acting separately and by au authorization
thorization authorization of the ex-president, sent
telegrams to General Huerta last
week to this effect.
IMMKXSK HAILWAV
STRIKE AVERTED
New York, Xov. 11. The negotia negotiations
tions negotiations between the conductors and
brakemen of fifty-two eastern rail railroads
roads railroads and their employers were set-
tied last night, the men getting a j
seven per cent raise, amounting to
$6,000,000. Thus ends by arbitra-i
tion under the Xewlands amendment;
to the Erdman act, a controversy
that at one time threatened to tie up j
by strike the transportation facili-;
ties of all states east of the Missouri
and "north of the Ohio rivers.
GOOD ADVICE FROM McCULLV
io my Demonstrators and Co-oie-
rators:
aiul if
The ti
ie is drawing near.
on e'ir?ct to get the very
j best results frorfi your plot of ground
it shoula be broken now and planted
cJ.ts, rye preferred, as a
with rye or

legume erojand then turned under,; Xov- Bnvt Leigh,
in order that the cover crops will beL5tt3e -Millionaire."

j thoroughly rotted, thus giving the!
nitrogen time to thoroughly assimu-1
late itself in the ground.
- !f you break your plot now and
don't plant a cover crop or keep it
harrowed occasionally, it will be bet- j
ter to defer breaking until spring, j
J hope my old demonstrators will
I begin a rotation of crops. For in
stance, where you planted corn this
year, plant velvet beans or cow peas
i this year, so the beans or peas can
put back more nitrogen than (he
corn took out, and by turning under
either one of these crops you will en-j
rich your land. When we he- j
gin rotating our crops systematically,;
say tor tnree years, our land will
respond most bountifully,
do have it. Yours truly.
S. J. McCully, County Agent.
.
liAKi: wi:ii: w. c. t. r.
The regular meeting of the Lake
Weir W C. T. IT., held at Weirsdale
Thursday, November 6, was opened
with the song, "Jesus Savior Pilot
Me," followed by responsive reading
of the 116th Psalm and prayer.
The minutes of the last meeting
were read and approved. Dr. Swan
was present and had charge of the
meeting.
The roll was called and in re response
sponse response each one present gave their
favorite poultice.
Dr. Swan then gave an interesting
talk, telling of different medicines
that are taking the place of alcohol,
for example: Sulpho carbonate in
typhoid fever; kerosene oil and per per-mangranite
mangranite per-mangranite for snake bite. She al also
so also told of successful treatment of
pneumonia without the use of alco alcohol.
hol. alcohol. Mrs. J. F. Sigmon was appointed
to write a paper on "Program in our
meetings," to be read at the state
convention, and it was voted that
our banners be sent to the conven convention.
tion. convention. A letter was read from Mrs. Lane,
our district vice-president.
The time for meeting was changed
from 3 o'clock to 2:30 and the union
adjourned for two weeks.
Minnie D. Albertson.
Press Supt.
Farmers are advised not to blow
in their cash, and the Christmas sea season
son season not far off, either.
They returned from the ride with
the Tiger inside and the smile on the
countenance of Sulzer.
UNFAIR TO THE DRUGGIST
The Old Joke About "omethlnr Juftt
a Good, Dofon't Apply to
Thin Drue Store
You have probably heard dozens of
times the old story that a drug store!
was a place to "get something' just as j
good." There i.- at least one drucrgist
in the world that you can't say this
about.
It i.-1 certain that an inferior article
will never be substituted for a guar
anteed one by the Court Pharmacy, i
Take for instance a safe, reliable rem
edy-like Dodsor.'s Liver Tone. Thisj
harmless vegetable liquid has proved
o satisfactory a liver stimulant and
reliever of biliousness, and to entirely
take the place of calomel without any
dantrer or restriction of habits or diet,
that there are dozens of preparation?
sprinsrine: up with imitations of its
claims.
But Dodson's Liver Tone is guar guaranteed
anteed guaranteed to do all that is claimed for it,
and if you are not satisfied with it. the
Court Pharmacy will hand your money
back with a smile. Any person going
io inis More tor a yuviie ui uuuions.
Liver Tone will be sure of getting a
large bottle of this genuine remedy in
exchange for his half dollar. Ad; 13

Washington. Nov. 10. A cable cablegram
gram cablegram received here today from Con Congressman
gressman Congressman Frank Clark, who is now
in Queenstown, is to the effect that

" ol lue ssion or congress
-3 . r i m I
uegin.
OF COURSE, IT
WILL, HE APPEALED
Lake City, Xov. 11. In the cir
cuit court here yesterday afternoon,
Miss Theo Ruff, of Fort White, re-
ceived a verdict of 125,000 damages!
for an injury which she received in I
an accident near Macon when travel-
ing on the G. S. & F. about a year
ago.
Every guest who cannot play al-
ways tries the hotel piano.
.
All kinds of fancy cakes and pas

try. such as pound cake, layer cake hard road. This is worth investiga investiga-an
an investiga-an i macaroons are constantly on aon by anyone interested. Address
hand at Carter's Bakery. 1 1-5-tl II. D., care Star, Ocala. 10-31-lm

THEATRICAL SEASON"
AT THE TE.M PLE
Xov. IT Edison Talking pictures.
Xov. IS Edison talking nictures.
Xov. 2 7 Local talent; benefit of''
j the hospital.
in
The
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Jan.
Jan.
-Creatore's Band.
S -The Barber of Seville."
13 "The Leopard's Spots." ;
2 7 Bought and Paid For.
CO Coburn's Minstrels.
1 "Divorce Question."
'The Shepherd of the
!JIs
Jan. n rony ot tne Circus.
Jan. 20 Mary's Lamb Company,
Jan- ine spring Maja o.
' Jan- 2S Anti-Saloon League lec
i ture-
Feb. 1 Smart Set.
Feb. 10 A Modern Eve.
Feb. 23 Evan's Honey Boy Min-
streis.
Feb. 24 Fine Feathers.
Mch. 2 (To 11) Chautauqua.
Mch. 14 Rose Maid.
Mch. 19 Paul Gilmore.
COAST LINE'S TIME-CARD
The winter schedule of the At
lantic Coast Line is now in effect. It
is as follows: j
Southbound j
Xo. 39 leaves Jacksonville at 9:30
a. m., arrives Gainesville at 12:30
a. m., arrives Ocala at 2:40, arrives;
St. Petersburg at 9:10 p. m.
Xb. 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.
Xo. 37 leaves Jacksonville at 9:30
p m., arrives Gainesville 12:37 a.
m., arrives Ocala 2:18 a. m., arrives
?r Pptrchnr Sam
Northbound
Xo. 38 leaves St. Petersburg 8:30
p. m., arrives Ocala at 2:20 a. m.,
arrives Gainesville 3:58 a. m. and
arrives Jacksonville 7 a. m.
Xo. 10 leaves Leesburg at 4:45 a.
m., arrives Ocala at 6:05 a. m., ar arrives
rives arrives Gainesville at 7:55 a. m. and
arrives Jacksonville at 10:55 a. m.
Xo. 40 leaves St. Petersburg at
6:30 a. m., arrives Ocala 12:54 p.
m., leaves Ocala 1:14 p. m., arrives
Gainesville at 3:30 p. m.f arrives
Jacksonville at 6:30 p. m.
A proud father was surprised to
find that his first born weighed
twenty-five pounds. He made the
mistake of weighing it on the ice iceman's
man's iceman's scales.
A reporter is minding his own
business when he pries into that of
other people.
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine. It stops the
Cough acd Headache and works off the Cold.
Druggists refund eonry ii it fails to cure.
E- W. GROVE'S signature oa each bo. 25c.
Have you a house to
rent, or do you want
to rent a house?
Have you something to
sell, or do you wish to
buy a house, a lot, a
horse or a buggy?
Are you looking for
employment, or do you
need the services of
some one who is?
If so. you should pat patronize
ronize patronize the STAR'S un unclassified
classified unclassified column It'll
do the work.
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UNCLASSIFIED ADS
Lost, Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Needs.

WANTED At the
Star
office,
dh
clean cotton rags.
FOR REXT Three nicelv fur
nisned rooms for light
housekeep-
ing; bath and lights.
614 E. Adams St.
P. A, Durand,
10-31-tf
RESIDENCE FOR REXT A seven-room
residence, all modern im improvements,
provements, improvements, close in: possession Xo-
j vember 4th
Annlv tn Con T Ttlitfh
at Commercial Bank
10-31-tft
;
FOR SALE Brand
new brjs
spring cot, with felt mattress; cheap
for cash. Address "B. M." care Star
jofSce. 10-3l-12t
A REAL BARGAIN A 2S-acre
ifarm with splendid house and all
jnecessary outbuildings, barn, etc.,
- good well, six miles from Ocala oh.
j FOR SALE Two passenger auto-
mobile. Fully equipped and in good
condition. Will be sold reasonable.
Address, "Auto," care Star office.tt
: 1
FOR "EXT Six room cottage
.with bath, etc.
corner Watula and
South Seventh
streets. Apply at
; Southern Express Office.
9 4-tf
FOR REXT A six-room cottage
at 509 Tuscawilla street, across from
the primary school building. Apply
; to Dr. R. D. Fuller at his office over
j.Munroe & Chambliss Bank.' 10-6-tf
FOR REXT Lower floor of Col Collier
lier Collier building: fireproof with cement
! floor: also furnished rooms: all mod-
, ern conveniences. One block from
j th& square; rent reasonable. 11-4-tf
j FOR SALE 159 acres of good
land with 400 bushels of corn, two
, mares, one cow and farming imple imple-jments;
jments; imple-jments; well improved; seven miiea
southwest of Live Oak, Suwannee
j county. Also 556 acres of good land
! adjoining. Will sell at a bargain.
(Apply or write to G. A. Howes, Xew Xew-jburn,
jburn, Xew-jburn, Suwannee Co., Fla. 10-15-lm
i COTTAGES FOR REXT For col-"
jored people; conveniently located in
desirable part of town; all new; $6
, and $8 per month.
Apply to "V"
10-15-ti
, care Star.
FOR REXT Two or three fur
nished rooms for light housekeeping.
Apply tnis office of 820 South Tnird
gtreet 11-4-tf
.
Want to know what "21" is? Just
wait and watch.
10-30-tf
LOST A gold bar pin with name
"Jessica" engraved. Finder will
please return same to this office or
iPhone 455, Mrs. Wm. Charles. 11-1-6
.
F0R SALE 2,000 pansy plantt
at $1.50 per 100; terms cash. Heintz
the florist. ll-l-14t
FOR REXT Five-room cottage oa
Fourth street; also four unfurnished
rooms for light housekeeping., Mrs.
Blanche Whetstone, 715 South Fifth
street. ll-5-6t
ROOMS FOR REXT One or more
rooms furnished for light house housekeeping
keeping housekeeping or unfurnished; good loca-'
tion; all conveniences; close to the
square. Address, D, care of Star of office.
fice. office. 11-10-tf
LOST A cut steel shoe buckle,
night of the 4th, between the Star
office and Mr. Troxler's residence.
Suitable reward will be given for its
return to this office. ll-7-6t
FOR REXT A seven room, two
story house; would be suitable for
flats. Apply to Mrs. George Mc Mc-Gahagin.
Gahagin. Mc-Gahagin. Phone 112. 714 South
Sanchez 6treet. ll-ll-6t
WANTED Young man desires
position as stenographer; student
Tampa Business College. Apply to
A. T. Moore. 230 East Washington
St., City. ll-S-3t
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
harrel3 of ear corn and 12 tons of
peavine hay; said sale to be 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 Sam-uel
uel Sam-uel J. Dillard, Deceased. ll-6-10t
Address; Summerfield, Fla. .,



EIGHT

THE OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1913

(DC A IL A
Wednesday, Nov.12
Afternoon and Night
BIG
Free Street Parade

10:30 A. M.
f
HA 2
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E.VER PROJ ECTED
A PERFECT AND COMPLETE EXHIBL
fflON, eminent!;' vrthy of the country anc
be age and pis.ron.ic J by the fuic -ud roc;
I Wood i Woodi l
First-class
Oak or Pine,
Any Length.
Prompt delivery any anywhere
where anywhere in the city.
Ocala Wood Yard.
MOSES & NASSER,
a Proprietors.
Cor. Magnolia & Jefferson Sts.
Phone 258
: FRESH CAKE JUICE
Made Daily,
I 25c per gallon.
'Queen of Sea Routes"
IEIIC1I-TV fc HIXEttS, TKIXS. GO
JACKSONVILLE TO
Savannah, lialtimore, IMiiladciphiu.
liostou and Providence
Fine steamers; best service; lo
fares; wirelesi telegraph. Through
tickets to and from principal point-
geDd for booklet.
H. C. AVERY. Aent.
Jacksonville, Fla.
L. D. JONES. C. A.
Seminole Hotel. Jacksonville. Fla
"Finest coastwise Trin in the World
Now is She Time
To have your home brightened up.
Itterior Decorating including Kalso Kalso-mining,
mining, Kalso-mining, Tinting, Papering and Paint Painting
ing Painting Neatly and Cheaply Done.
Wall Paper,, in all Grades from 10c
a Roll Up

W&& NINE BIG
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Work fully guaranteed; estimate;
cheerfully furnished.
Call Phone 285
Isaac Simmons
Ocala, Florida

A PERSON
OF SOME
IMPORTANCE

By
LLOYD OSBOURNE
Copyright. 1911, by the Bobbs-Merrill
Company
CHAPTER XIII.
A Friend Drops From Heaven.
flnRlS. xvho was sitting on the
bed In a cheap rooming house
1 in San Francisco, looked up
and said with a strange earn
estness: "Matt. I want to tell you
something."
"Why. what is it?" he asked care carelessly.
lessly. carelessly. "We were followed all the way ap
from tbe ferry."
"Followed?"
"Yes. a man followed us: I'm posi positive
tive positive of it" She rose, and going to the
window. looked out.
"Oh. Matt, there he is now!" sh
cried. "Come quick."
But Matt was too late: the man had
disappeared in the direction of a
saloon.
Matt had intended to go to SDood
& Ilargreaves and. demanding ;tn ex explanation
planation explanation of their outrageous conduct,
force them to a settlement. His posi position
tion position was unassailable. If they could
show hiia 10 ring and he knew they
did not hive it lie could threaten
them with the police and press them
to the wall. But the unwisdom of
Buch a course grew more and more ap apparent.
parent. apparent. It would be tantamount to
announcing his arrival to Mr. Kay.
with unforeseeable dangers and con consequences.
sequences. consequences. Snood & Hargreaves were put by
as a last resort, only to be braved in
the extremity of misfortune. Instead.
Matt would make the round of the
business houses with which he had
formerly dealt on John Mort's behalf
and borrow sufficient money, if he
could, for a steerage passage in the
mail steamer to Samoa.
Chris accompanied him. It was a
blustering, windy day. bleak and
cheerless, and it seemed to become
bleaker and more cheerless still as
Matt was denied at one office after
another. He was the victim of by bygone
gone bygone zeal, of bygone loyalty and hon honesty.
esty. honesty. However lightly he had spent
his own money, he had always been a
hard bargainer where John Mort's was
concerned. How remorselessly that "5
per cent for cash" now rose in judg judgment
ment judgment against him that "I can do bet better
ter better at Turner's." or whatever it was was-to
to was-to bring down the price.
By 4 o'clock he had to confess him-'
self beaten. Except for a ship chandler
at the foot of Market street, the list of
possible lenders was exhausted. But
he had never put much business in this
man's way. whose last name he had
some trouble in remembering. Yes.
Coleman, that was It Joe Coleman, a
jolly old Englishman as round as a
tub.
Coleman greeted him heartily so
heartily that Matt was ashamed of the
surprise he was about to spring.
"You'd better be careful. Joe." he
said, with a wretched effort at a smile.
"I'm on my uppers, and every shake
of my hand may cost you $3."
"Well, well!" exclaimed Coleman in
sham trepidation. "Here, sit down on
that barrel and have a cigar. Bless
you. lad. it's like old times to see you
aain."
Joe was a common old fellow, but
his robust good will and sympathy
were very warming. Puffing at his ci cigar
gar cigar and leaning against an anchor, he
told Matt "to get on with his tale f
woe."
M itt r.beyed. but with reservations,
saying briefly that Ih had tried shore
life and failed aiMl w.uited to return tn
the isl.-inds.
"That's easy." said Coleman. "No
need to be so blue about it. I'm g t d
for a hun il red dollars. I always like!
you. Broughton. nut when I like a man
it tloift stop at the trousers pocket
Bless your handsome face, it don't
AH you've to do is to catch the tr.ai!
boat and make a bee line for the -"eoanuts
and the girls."
"I have mine with me. Joe. Tin mar married."
ried." married." "Oh. I say!" Coleman exclaimed. ru?
bing his chin and looking worded.
"You've been going it. haven't you? A
hundred dollars is about my limit. I
couldn't go more than a hundred, and
that's what they charge for a single
passage to Samoa. Hold on. though. I
have it! Ship steward or work your
way and let wifey be the passenger."
Coleman suddenly dashed to the
door and grabbed the arm of a man
who had stopped for a moment to
peer in. He was a short, thick set
person of a seafaring cut. with the ap appearance
pearance appearance of a north German or n
Scandinavian and popping blue eyes
that danced with good humor. lie
was effusively introduced to Matt as
Captain Schwartz of the schooner II II-meralda.
meralda. II-meralda. "I fancied you had up with the mud
hook and cleared a month ago!" cried
Coleman.
"No such luck." growled Captaiu
Schwartz in a strong German accent.
"Everybody behind: everybody hum humbugging:
bugging: humbugging: dronblp. drouble. drouble all
the time."
"Here's some morp.. said Coleman

cheerfully, indicating Matt "He's go going
ing going with you. and when may he come
aboard? He's a south sea captain like
yourself and has lost his ship."
"Ship? Vat ship?" inquired Schwartz,
awakening to interest.
"The topsail schooner North Star."
said Matt in a shiver of expectation
and hope.
"He's stuck here without a cent."
put in Coleman, "and It don't matter
to him much where you land him as
long as it is something dry. v ith a
palm tree on It and cold missionary
on the sideboard."
They all laughed at this, and then
Schwartz said. "I wasn't meaning to
stop anywhere this side of the Solo Solomons,
mons, Solomons, but he can gome: he can gome."
Laying his hand on Matt's shoulder,
he added: "Old south sea captains
should stand together. You'd have
done the same for me. and dat is all
there is to it"
'nis wife's along." Interjected Cole Coleman,
man, Coleman, winking at Matt "and a corking
young woman she is too. Sings splen splendid
did splendid and plays the mandoleen. and it
will be dandy of a moonlight night to
sit on the poop and hear her."
"You got a wife?" asked the cap cap-ta'n.
ta'n. cap-ta'n. apparently much pleased. "Say.
but dat will be fine! Young, she Is?"
"Twenty-three." replied Matt
Schwartz looked happier than ever.
"You come on to Malaita." he said
"Me. I am married, too. and got two
leetle babies, so high everything fine,
fine, but my wife she is very lone lonesome
some lonesome for white society. I think she
jump for joy to see another young
white lady. And I'll get you a goot
poseetion on the plantation or in the
company b store."
Then nothing would satisfy Schwartz
but that he should return with Matt
and be present when the great news
was broken to Chris. Saying goodby
to Co!eman. they started walking arm
in arm. like a pair of cronies; for the
Esmeralda wws to sail the next day.
and Schwartz had promised him the
owner's cabin, as well as inviting him
and Chris to dine on board that very
night. By way of celebration Matt
bought a bunch of roses and a box of
candy, and it was in this gala fashion
and with overflowing spirits that he
mounted the stairs of No. 7 and
knocked at Chris' door.
"Shake hands with the best and
kindest fellow in the world." he ex exclaimed
claimed exclaimed as she shrank at the sight of
a stranger. "Chris, this is Captaiu
Schwartz of the schooner Esmeralda.

who has dropped from heaven to res-
(Continued Tomorrow)
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 DOLLARS
LARS DOLLARS for each and every case of ca catarrh
tarrh catarrh that cannot be curd by Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and subscrib subscribed
ed subscribed in my presence, this 6th day of
December, A. D., 1886.
(Seal) A. W. Cleason,
Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in internally
ternally internally 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 constipation.
stipation. constipation. Adv.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge, No. 286, Benovelent
and Protective Order of Elks, me?ts
the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. .Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren a1 ways welcome.
Chas. W. Hunter, E. R.
Joseph Bell, Secretary. Ad
A CONSUMPTIVE COUGH
A cough that bothers you contin continually
ually continually i3 one of the danger signals
which warns you of consumption.
Dr. King's New 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 New Discovery cured a
stubborn cough after six weeks' doc doc-tering
tering doc-tering failed to help." Try it, as it
I will do the same for you. Best
j medicine for coughs and colds.
J throat and lung troubles. Money
back if it fails. Price A cents and
SI. All druggists, by mail, II. E.
Bucklin & Co., Philadelphia or St
Louis. Adv.
Oi!) FELLOWS
Tulula LoJ.cre No. Tl, Independent
Or.'.er of Odd Felices, meets every
Tuesday evening at 7:3 0 o'clock ( in
Vonge's Hall, Fort King avenue. Vis'
:tors in the city invited to be with as
G. L. Taylor. N. G.
W. L. Colbert. Secretary. Adv.
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 Salve 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 todaj-. Only 25 cents. -All
druggists or by mail. H. E. Backlin
& Co., Philadelphia; St. Louis. Ad
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S..
meets at Yonge's hall every Fri Friday
day Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock and the
third Friday afternoon at 3:30. of
each month.
Mrs. Emma C. Burnett, W. M
Miss Florrie Condon. Secretary.

r

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branded "Schlit"

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4Try a DAILY STAR Want

WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Foit King Camp No. 14 meets in
ironges Hall at S p. m. every second
Friday. Visiting sovereigns always
welcome. J. F. Thompson, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage. Clek. Ad
Next meeting Friday night, Nov. 14.
Heartburn is a symptom of indi indigestion.
gestion. indigestion. To correct the digestive or or-erans
erans or-erans the remedv is SIMMON'S RED
Z LIVER REGULATOR. The mis misery
ery misery dL-aprears at ence. The bowels
operate speedily and you feel strong,
vigorous and cheerful. Price, large
package, $1; small size, 25c. Sold
by all druggists. Ad
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Locrge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over the Jarr-s Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. D. W. Tompkins, C. C.
. Chas. K. Sage, K. R. S. Ad
Cures OIJ Seres, Gthsr Kcir.sas Won't Curs.
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NOTICE FOR PAYING BIDS
Notice is hereby given that the city
council of the city of Ocala, Marion
county. Florida, at its regular meeting
to be held at the city hall in the city
of Ocala
December 2nd. A. D. 1013 at 7:30
O'Clock I M.,
will consider bids for the construction
of sidewalks and curbs (not already
constructed) on both sides of Daugher Daugher-ty
ty Daugher-ty street, commencing at Oklawaha
avenue and running nor.h to Franklin
street, in accordance v-ith specifica specifications
tions specifications provided by ordinance now on
tile in the city clerk's o!fiee in the city
of Ocala. Said bids tc be sealed and
Sled with the city cler of the city of
Ocala at least five df -s prior to the
said 2nd day of DeceV ber, A. D. 1913.
The city council reserves the right to
reject anv or all bid." submitted.
(Seal) JOHJ H. TAYLOR,
President of the City .Council Pro Tern.
Attest: H. C. SISTi UNK.
City Clerk. 10-28-Tues tf

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i CITY REGISTRATION
HOOhS REVISED
At a special meeting of the city
council held on this date, the registra registration
tion registration books of the city were revised and
the following names stricken there therefrom
from therefrom :
Ward One
Bonner, J. II., moved.
Bellamy. J. W.. moved.
J'aker, T. W., moved.
Baker. Charles, moved.
Coleman. V. H.. moved.
Davis, i:. W., moved.
Duval, L. "W., moved.
Feliham. George, moved.
Gray. C M., moved.
Graham. A. A., moved.
Hamilton, K..
moved.
Kuiuht, Li. J..
moved,
moved,
moved,
moved.
Merman. S. G..
MSln, F. P...
Pastt-ur, G. C.
Fiichbrough, C,
moved.
L., moved.
Iiicn3.rci.-on,
-T:it;-i. V.
Thorr, j.son.
Miller. C.
M.
W., moved.
T. C ruoved.
Ward Tvo
'.. moved.
Ward Three
Armr-tron-', Wm.. moved.
Coy. B. C dead.
Duke?. J. W.. moved.
Dreyfus. 1.. moved.
Darne. A. O.. moved.
Evans. A. G.. moved.
Gary, Thos. R., dead.
Goin, P. G.. dead.
Gibbs. S. M.. moved.
Houstin. Jim, moved.
Jones. E. V., moved.
Lucius, Wm., moved.
Lyles. J. W.. dead.
Manor, Cebon. moved.
Mc-Clymonds, J. H., dead.
Owens, John, moved.
Parker, M. U, moved.
Pittman. E. P.. moved.
Tavlor. Randolph, moved.
Stewart, S. D., dead.
Smith. W. H.. dead.
Tison, J. M.. moved.
Ward Four
Agnew. E. W.. moved.
Herzenberg, H., moved.
Johnson, T. W., moved.
Jones. C. O.. dead.
Martin. S. H., moved.
Mills, T. H.. dead.
Mooney, J. A., moved.
Schwerine. I., moved.
Smoak. J. L-, moved.
Wilson, George, dead.
Notice is hereby given that the
council will meet to hear complaints
for restoration of names erroneously
stricken at 9 o'clock a. m. on the
2th day of November, 1913
Notice is also hereby given that the
registration books of the city are now
open and parties desiring to register,
both in the old and new city limits.

BoMe

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Hi

Ad-It Pays
may do so by calling at the city clerk's
office between this date and the sec second
ond second Saturday in November.
This October 27th, 1913.
Seal) H. C. SISTRUNK,
Clerk and Ex-Offielo Supervisor of
Kesitration of the City of Ocala.
10-27-Tues tf
NOTICE, SCHOOL. BUILDING
Sealed bids will be received by J. II II-Brinson,
Brinson, II-Brinson, superintendent, on behalf of
the Board of Public Instruction of
i Marion county, Florida, at his office In
Ocala, Florida, until Tuesday, the lOih
day of December at 12 m.. for the con construction
struction construction of a school building for the
said board in Dunnellon, Florida, in
accordance with plans ani specifica specifications
tions specifications prepared by K. C. Ilosford & Co.,
architect.--. Eastman, Ga.
Bids will also be received at the same
time and place, for the installation of
steam heating and plumbing systems
in said buil.iing in accordance with
plans and specifications prepared by
said architects.
A copy of the plans and specifica specifications
tions specifications can be seen at the office of the
superintendent of public instruction in
the court house at Ocala,' Florida, at
the office of Mr. G. W. Neville, at the
Bank of Dunnellon in Dunnellon, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, at the office of Louis A. Fort, su supervising
pervising supervising architect. Lakeland. Fla.,
and at the office of the architects E. C.
Hosford & Co., at Eastman. Ga. A
copy of the plans and specifications
can be obtained from the said archi architects
tects architects at Eastman. Ga., on receipt of a
deposit of $15.00 to guarantee their
safe return to the architects on or be before
fore before the date of receiving bids.
By order of the Board of Public In Instruction
struction Instruction of Marion County, Florida,
this 4th day of November, 1913.
J. H. Brinson.
Secretary of the Board of Public
Instruction.
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L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL,
Carpenter and Builder
Careful Estimates Made on All Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives more and bettsr
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.