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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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OCALA

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VOL. 20.
OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13. 1913
SO. 148

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AND
THE MEXICANS
Will Give the United States an Im Immense
mense Immense Amount of Trouble if
We have a War
Editor Star: I have eeen in our
home papers some statements about
Mexico which I think are giving
your readers a wrong impression re regarding
garding regarding the country and its inhabi inhabitants.
tants. inhabitants. A number of years ago I had
an opportunity to obtain some
knowledge at first hand of Mexico
during a prolonged stay at the cap capital
ital capital which I visited not as a tourist
who sees only the best hotels and
travels along beaten paths, but as a
student desirous of information. Be-i
ing able to speak the Spanish lan language
guage language fairly well, I boarded with a
Mexican family and saw and heard
many strange and novel things. Dur During
ing During the time of my stay I even had
the good fortune, if I may call it
such, to witness a small revolt at the
capital city, a very' unusual occur occurrence
rence occurrence during the Diaz regime. Diaz,
it is true, was not president at the
time, but had put one of his hench henchmen,
men, henchmen, Manuel Gonzales, into the
presidential chair, for reasons best
known to himself. My first impres-
!
sion of the country I received In
Veracruz. We were quarantined and
had to anchor outside the harbor
near a little island. There were onlyj
twotold Indians living on the island,!
guarding a dilapidated graveyard
where a great number of French
soldiers were buried. These had
died of wounds and diseases during
the occupation of Mexico by the
French. A very suggestive fact in
the light of present events. i
The trip from Veracruz to the
capital is wonderfully interesting.
The railroad, a marvel of the en engineering
gineering engineering art, ascends in a few hours
S000 feet from the seashore to the
central plateau right to the foot of
big Orizaba mountain, whose enor enormous
mous enormous cone-shaped. snow-clad sum summit,
mit, summit, 17,000 feet high, can be seen
far out at sea. All the country tra traversed
versed traversed by the railroad is of course
ery mountainous. At one place one
can see a piece of track a thousand
feet below, which .was traversed by,
the train an hour before. A few
boulders rolled down the mountain mountainside
side mountainside or a dynamite cartridge explod-'
-d under a bridge would put the
railroad out of commission for many!
days. To lead an army through
these narrow valleys or up the steep
mountains and keep the commanica-,
tions open to the sea would be an
enormous strategical, feat and no
Sunday school picnic for our soldier
and sailor boys, should the" Mexicans
put up any fight at all, which they
certainly will do. The Mexican j
army is largely underestimated
Quoting General Grant does not de-
....
SITU P ItrHSPflL fll II 11 1 1 1 II Ili. 1 1 1 1 V I HL
"
1 fits uieiiiuus ui nduaic iinic tuaus
ed so completely." It may be true
that the general saw poorly equipped
"valrymen on small, scrawny, half half-starved
starved half-starved horses, at that very remote

MEXICO

time in the 40's. The Mexican horse- r,ler of -oose. meets each Thursday
men of todav rank among the best in; evening at S o'clock in the Moose
the world and their mounts are 0f!buildinS- Visiting brorhers are in-

good ouality, the verv best for field
service. They are not large but
wiry and enduring, need but little
ci;. itn Liuu aic aud jji-u iu
the country and climate. Having!
been discharged from active service
in the German army only a short
time before. I had an eye for things
military and must say that I had
never seen a finer troop than the
Mexican "Rurales." To be a poor
horseman lowers you in the esteem
of the Mexicans and they even have
an extra word of contempt in their
language for such a man. The thou

No Frills
or
Fiction,
But
Facts and
Figures

sands of infantrymen I have seen at
the capital were all .well uniformed
and well fed, also well drilled. All
of these are Indios of course, there
being scarcely a white man among

I them, except the officers, but if any
one says that the peons are not good
fighters, he is not borne out by the
facts. They certainly made a good
showing against the French, keeping
up a stubborn guerilla warfare for
years with all the odds against them,
and in the present struggle both par parties
ties parties show off very creditably, con considering
sidering considering how little interest the indi individual
vidual individual soldier is having in the fight,
the federalist receiving about a peso
a day and the constitutionalist the
promise of some land, to be deliver delivered
ed delivered if the revolution should be suc successful.
cessful. successful. I think that we are a long ways
from seeing our two armies, one
from Veracruz and the other from
the north, join forces before the
capital as predicted by a newspaper
strategist the other day. If we
would figure out the distance the
army from the north would have tc
travel, presumably on foot, he would
find about a thousand miles of des-
i ert, cactus, bare mountains and
' guerillas.
Perhaps our astute president will
j find a better way of getting at Huer Huer-ta.
ta. Huer-ta. The whole world seems to be
t intensely in the proceedings and is
waiting for the next step,
i Dr. L. M. v. Engelken.
r nn irr rnn
mi nriitrrun
DISTRESSED CITY
Carload; of Meat, Hutter and (ireen
floods Arriving in Considerable
Number in Cleveland
Cleveland, O., Nov. 12. The
scarcity of fco4 was somewhat re relieved
lieved relieved this morning. Several tr.ains
loaded with meats, butter and green
goods reached the railroad yards
and it is expected that the market
will soon adjust itself, although' the
supply' of green goods probably will
be short for a few days.
The milk situation was relieved at
neon by the arrival of 2,000 gallons
of milk from Wellington. Ohio. Big
milk companies made tales only to
thoe who wanted it for babies.
Several hundred cars of coal for
fhipment up the lakes is lying in
outside railroad yards. It will be
available in case of direct necessity.
Twelve hundred men are at work
clearing street car tracks. The num number
ber number of persons known to have died
as a direct result of the storm is
five.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
iheld every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over the Janrs Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcoi&e to vis-
Siting brothers. D. W. Tompkins, C. C.
i Chas. K. Sage, K. R. S. Ad
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
The Ocala Lodge No. 099. Loyal
vited to &tten 1 our meetings.
! r, t- u .-u t-;
Geo. F. Mershon,
Dictator.
i:
L. Stapp. Secretary.
OCALA
SEED STORE
Florida Seed Rye, per bushel $3.
Florida 90 Day Oats, per bu. $1.
S. C. Rust Proof Oats, bushel $1.
10-1-tf
Harley Bros! are now ready to fit
ou with a Hart, Schaffner & Marx
suit from $14 to $20, next door to
lW. U. telegraph office.
10-30-tf
FG?E

I will save you money on every Shot Gun or Rifle you may buy from me, or your money back.
Why Pay More?
I Guarantee any Firearm purchased from me znd proves unsatisfactory for any can e may be re returned
turned returned and I will refund the full price paid. Pfione 253.

LETTER FROM

AF
Advising Eastern Women Against
Flocking to the Panama
Pacific Exposition
Tallahassee, Nov. 13. Governoi
Trammell is in receipt of a letter
from Mrs. Evelyn B. Keck, general
secretary of the Young Women's
Christian Association of San Fran Francisco,
cisco, Francisco, Calif., requesting that he ad advise
vise advise young ladies and girls who have
an Idea of going to San Francisco to
seek employment during the Panama
Pacific Exposition to abandon the
idea, as there are already more per persons
sons persons seeking employment there than
will be able to procure positions
The letter to the governor is as fol follows:
lows: follows: "Dear Sir: May we not ask your
aid in coping with a situation which
is rapidly becoming alarming? Wom Women
en Women and girls from Eastern states are
coming to us in constantly increas increasing
ing increasing numbers. Trained nurses, teach teachers,
ers, teachers, stenographers and women from
all walks of life, are relinquishing
good positions in the East and com coming
ing coming to California, explaining that
they have been given to understand
throughout the East that the Pan Panama
ama Panama Pacific Exposition will create
positions for more women than can
possibly be found to fill them. Many
of these women are here withoul
money and without friends, and they.
say that they are already starving.
If the conditions are such in 1913,
what will they be in a few months?
"We appeal to you to reach the
women and girls of your state, thru
the press, or by whatever agencies
you may deem most eP?.cacious, im impressing
pressing impressing upon them the seriousness
of the situation, and the fact that
there are more than enough women
t-y fill every position which is now
oj en, and every one which might be
created as the result of the exposi exposition."
tion." exposition." CANDLER
Candler. Nov. 12. Mr. Frank Nor Norton
ton Norton and bride have arrived from Bos Boston,
ton, Boston, Mass., and are at home in their
pretty residence, which was purchas purchased,
ed, purchased, by Mr. Norton on a visit here last
winter.
Miss Thornton, of Canada, has
opened the doors of Candler's house
of learning and has nine pupils on
the roll.
Mr. Harry Bennett, owner of one
of the prize orange groves of this
section and an annual visitor here,
has. arrived, and is making his home
at the residence of Mr. Geo. McGee.
Mr. and Mrs. Brierly and two
children, after a two weeks visit in
our burg, have gone to points of in interest
terest interest further south.
Mr. Arthur Adams, of Weirsdale,
has purchased of Mr. Brammar, an
orange grove and residence in the
eastern part of town near Mr. Phil
Frits' property.
Mrs. Freeman and daughter. Miss
Elizabeth Freeman, of Royleston.
Vt., are now domiciled in their cozy
winter home, having arrived
last!
j week.
I Mr. Thomas Welch, who has been
. visiting in Michigan for the past sev-
1 eral months, returned home last Sa
jnr :ay. accompanies oy ins sister m
... T l1l,
mil, -no. .) i tan.
The Candler base ball team went
to Oklawaha Saturday afternoon for
a match game, returning late in the
afternoon wearing their laurels.
Haskill and Paul Gillispie celebrat celebrated
ed celebrated their birthdays Saturday by en-
terraining twelve of their
friends in the afternoon.
little
Mr. John Mathews had his force
busy last week in his packing house.

LADY

AR R9S BARCA1MS

The results were the shipment of two

cars of oranges.
Rev. and Mrs. McKinley entertain-
ed last Monday evening in honor of-:
Rev. and Mrs. Staats. The guests j
were entertained by a musical pro-
gram, interspersed by pleasant con conversation,
versation, conversation, after which delicious re refreshments
freshments refreshments were served.
BELLEVIEW

Belleview, Nov. 12. When Presi-' day afternoon, to spend the week
dent Wilson signed the emergency end at home.
appropriation bill a week or so ago, You are cordially invited to attend
it carried with it an item of twenty-' a Hnen shower in honor of the bride-
, t to-be. Miss Margaret Evans, at the
one thousand dollars asked for by
' home of Mrs. Dudley, Belleview, Fri Fri-the
the Fri-the civil service commission to en-; day afternoon Xovember fourteenth,
able it to start the ball rolling and nineteen hundred and thirteen,
fill the executive order, of President j invitations like the above have
Wilson, requiring all fourth class been extended to the many friends of
postmasters in the United States re-' Miss Evans in appreciation of her
ceiving remuneration of one hundred kindly ways and popularity. And
and eighty dollars per annum or over we know that the many offerings
to stand an examination in common will go a long way toward launching
with all the other applicants who are this loveable girl on the sea of mat mat-eligible
eligible mat-eligible and may want the job. There- rimony.
fore, the money4 is available and, Mr A L Mitcnell and sister, Miss'

witnm tne near future examinations
will be held in Vermont, Utah, Flor Florida
ida Florida and New Mexico, for fourth class
postmasterships. Any citizen of the
above named states and residing
within the delivery of any postoffice
that they may have had an eye on,
providing they can fulfill the require requirements
ments requirements of the commission, will be al allowed
lowed allowed to take the examination, pro provided
vided provided they are not under twenty-one
years ojf age., nor over sixty years of
age. Now therefore, listen to me,
for I lam telling you something.
Everybody that, wants to be a post postmaster
master postmaster j at any fourth class office, in
the staje of Florida, that pulls down
more than $180 per year as compen compensation
sation compensation for acting as said postmaster,
no matter what your political affilia affiliations,
tions, affiliations, no matter what your political
pull, np matter how many yards of
petition your enemy has got, no mat matter
ter matter anything, just wait and have pa patience
tience patience until you see the proper noti noti-ficatiort
ficatiort noti-ficatiort tacked up in your pcstoflice,
then make your application for your
papers and then go in the free-for-all
to win. Its a square deal there
is no favorites to play, every man
runs on his own merits pull nor in influence
fluence influence don't count. Its just what
von know, so after readme this if
,. .f tn -(. ?
ou want to know more aoout it, the
probabilities are that your post postmaster
master postmaster will be glad to give you all
the information necessary.
Its
free-for-aM. and the best man wins
3 ImMo vnnr ti'mo o n 1 M-otf. fnr fV,0!
notification that sooner or. later will
.be tacked un in vour nostof5ce.
m t i.-
..j i o tj i 1 1 i ii ti. o ij kj uaa uccu i
visiting in Gaffney, S. C, for the
past month, returned home last Wei Wei-nes.lay.
nes.lay. Wei-nes.lay. Mr. Abner Adames is quite indis
posed from a touch "of rheumatism.
Mr. Frank Wilson, the orange
man from North Lake Weir, was in
town last Thursday with a lead of
fruit.
Train No.- 9, the limited express,
stopped last Thursday to allow Mr.
and Mrs. Sands Haviland from Marl Marlboro,
boro, Marlboro, N. Y., to alight. This train only
stops on state occasions.
Mrs. A. Yi. Burgess made a busi business
ness business trip to Ocala last Saturday.
Mr. Geo. E. Merill left for points
unknown last Saturday, on business.
He took his suitcase with- him' and
will be back when he gets here.
v Mr. James Collins from Colorado,
who is Improving his different pieces
i
property, has engaged Mr. u ll-
j nam r .viaier to drive a tnree-
' : . .n t,: ir,
i v. til piui-tfu; iii:o;s .luiii
j the depot.
Mr. and Mr.-. Wrn. Bemis and fam family,
ily, family, who moved here from Kentucky
about a year ago.
sold their
home place and moved to Oxford.
Misses Margaret Evans and Ger-
trude Carter were shoppers in Ocala
i last Monday.
Mr. W. F. Ritter came up from
South Florida last Saturday to make

!
end visit to his

his usual week
1 family.
Mrs. W. O. Snyder came in from
New York last Friday, and is visiting
with her daughter, Mrs. E. A- Daven
port
Mr. S. Stokes came up from San-
ford last Saturday, on a visit to his
family and returned on Monday af afternoon.
ternoon. afternoon. Mrs. W. T. Evans, and Miss Flos Flossie,
sie, Flossie, came down from Ocala last Fri-
Mitchell, with their cousin, Miss
Easter from Long Beach, Conn., hav having
ing having leased the shingle house to the
west of Lake Lillian through their
v friends, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mill-
som, came in last Saturday and took
possession and expect to stay with us
for the next five or six months.
Miss M. Powers from Jacksonville,
is stopping at'the Hotel Marion for a
short while, and is looking after her
interests.
The Masonic fraternity held its
regular monthly deliberations last
Saturday night. A number of out-of-town
visitors were on hand and
one candidate was raised..
Among our out-of-town friends
last Saturday, we noted Mr. and Mrs.
J. O. Hightower from Heather Island,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shaw and Mr.
Dick Lewis from Pedro, Mr. J. W.
Frink, the boss man of the big mill
over et Levon.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Norton and
Fhilip Fort from Candler, were, in
town last Saturday.
Last Friday night at the town hall
the young people kicked up all kinds
of a row. with.their roller skates, and
kept it up to a late hour. Some of
the boys and girls are becoming
Quite expert in the use of these de
r
ceptive appliances.
Gaze at this Mr. Harry Baxter,
Mr. Ben Belcher, Candler; Mr. Ar Arthur
thur Arthur .Collins, Mr. Lobshier, Mr. J.
lmG!OES
Miss Edith Swindelman,
: Summerfield; Miss Verdie Adams
1 Miss Lillie Gaskins, Sam Collins, Cal-
, vin Star, Mr. Timmons, John Adams,
Odos Gaskin, Russell Johnson,
Shady; Miss Sallie Spurling, Mrs.
Josephine Young, Lake Weir, all
t these out of town, besides the regu
lar quota from Eelleview and vieln-
! ity and after gazing it tells you the
! story, stronger than words can tell
: of what a good time we had at the
dance last Friday night, because all
of the above and undersigned were
there.
11-12-13 will be a talismanic day
for the rest of her natural life to the
little girl that was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Sumner early this morn morning,
ing, morning, as these figures will not occur
again in the same rotation for an
other century of time. Our best
wish for the little Miss, is that she
may live Ion? enough to see the next
rotation of 1 1-12-13.
Masquerade Promenade
A masquerade promenade will be

given in the town hall, Friday even-j Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S..
ir.g, December 5. The proceeds will "meets at Yonge's hall every Fri Fri-be
be Fri-be t-sed to swell the fund that theday evening at 7:30 o'clock.' The
Eelleview Workers have set aside for -' sewing circle meets every, third Fri Fri-t'ie
t'ie Fri-t'ie repair of the hall. A l?rga at-: day afternoon at 3:30.'

tendance is looked for and that all (
present will come masked, is the wish;

of the committee. Admission will be'
for thoe in costume 10 cents, while All kinds of fancy cakes and pas pas-all
all pas-all others will be obliged to pay 3 try, such as pound cake, layer cake
cents extra as a forfeit. No excuse for and macaroons are constantly on
not knowing. Don't forget the date! h?nd at Carter's Bakery. 11-5-tl

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REMOVE SCREENS

Constitutionality of Law Forbidding
They Upheld by the Highest
State Court
Tallahassee, Nov. 13. -In a test
case brought into the supreme court
from Monroe county, to decide the
constitutionality of the law forbid forbidding
ding forbidding the presence of screens and
side doors "to saloons and the sale
of liquor to women in saloons, the
law was upheld by that court in a
decision handed down yesterday.
The case came from Key West.
The court held that the statute
forbidding screens or blinds of any
kind which would prevent an open
and full view of the interior of a
saloon from the street is sound.
Seminole Legally IryM
The court also sustained the
county of Seminole in its prosecu prosecution
tion prosecution of Gus McGriff, who was charg charged
ed charged with selling liquor in that county,
McGriff was remanded to the cus custody
tody custody of the sheriff of Seminole coun county.
ty. county. : -v-;
WACAHOOTA
Wacahoota,. Nov. 11. This vicinity
was visited by a light rain and heavy
wind Saturday night. Since then the
thermometer has been steadily fall falling,
ing, falling, going as low as 32 degrees in
some places this morning. Every Everything
thing Everything was covered with frost and all
the beans, cucumbers and potatoes
were killed, being a great loss to
some of our farmers. --
Mr. James Hart, who has .been
visiting his aunt, Mrs. C. M. Smith, ;
he past two weeks, left for Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville last Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Curry attended
;he Baptist Association of Marion
County, which convened at Mcintosh Mcintosh-last
last Mcintosh-last Wednesday and Thursday. They
report a grand meeting and a good;
attendance, and a marked improve improvement
ment improvement in all religious work. 1
;ir. and 'Mrs.L. Kr Edwards, of Ir Irvine,
vine, Irvine, spent Friday with Mrs. V. P.
Smith. They were" accompanied home,
by Mrs, W. J. Edwards and children;
of Ocala, who have been visiting Mrs.
Smith. . V
Mr. J. O.- Tyson was a business
visitor to Archer Saturday.
Mr. -Drew Jones, of Morriston
spent Sunday with Mr. Codric Smith.
Mr. ..Herbert Grr -, of Raleigh and
Miss Loleta Rawls, of Montbrook,'
motored over Sunday afternoon and
were guests at supper of Miss Rosa Rosalie
lie Rosalie Smith. ''' ; ."
Owing to the recent illness of the
pastor. Rev. Henderson of Micanopy,
there was no service at the Method Methodist
ist Methodist church Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. R.! C. Epperson, of
Williston, motored over Monday, and
were guests of Mrs. J. W. Bradley
Miss Theora Smith is visiting her
sister, Mrs. R. C. Epperson, of. Wil-;
liston this week.
The many friends of Mrs. I. N.
Smith are glad to know she is Im Improving.
proving. Improving. '..:;
The teachers and pupils of the
Central school cleanei off the school
vara Friday afternoon, which great greatly
ly greatly improved the looks of the same.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Mrs. Emma C. Burnett, W. M
Miss Florrie Condon. Secretary.

VJSr'-'Xly;.

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?&r&:4i PROFESSION AX'- "MAN KMJTJOYITD

I nPA T A llPPTTT?T? T?TP TTQ T" He,P borate the City for the

J Vy Vnun, V JAJ.VJLJ.L1 VUU Marion Countf Fair
- 1 - - - . x . . Tn t Vi o Pitt70T1C on1 T q H i rf Hollo

I have arranged with a profession

al oose meet this evening.
Fraternal Union meets tonight!

Woodmen meet tomorrow evening.

Young Men's Democratic
meets this evening.

Club

"What is 21?"

10-30-tf

Diamonds the gift of gifts at
Burnett, the jeweler's. 11-13-tfdw

Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Watts of Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville are at the Harrington.

Go look at the handsome cut glass
at The Murray Company. ll-13-3t

Mr. R. L. Anderson has returned
from Citrus county court.

Fine china that is appropriate fc

wedding gifts at Burnett's. 1113tfd

"Twenty-One!" AVhat is it? Wail

watch. 10-30-t

M. Louis Vigorous of Paris and
lime. Vigorous are at the Harrington.

Handsome and fashionable sta stationery
tionery stationery at The Murray Co. ll-13-3t

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

Burnett's is the place to get your
wedding presents. Select them
now. 11-13-tf dw

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

Mr. A. C. Cobb went to South
Florida today on business for the
sales department of Tompkins &
Cobb.

CLUB MEETING CALLED

A special meeting of the Young

Men's Democratic Club is called for i

8 o'clock this evening at the I

Ocala House sample room. Business
of importance and all members re requested
quested requested to be present.
C. W. Hunter, President.

HELP OUT HARRY
Lakeland Telegram: The Printers'
Cost Congress meets in Ocala to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow for a three days session.
Harry Brown will be there, of
course, and we trust there will be
plenty of others with him to inau inaugurate
gurate inaugurate reform in a very much neg neg-lectedpartofhepTlhtlng
lectedpartofhepTlhtlng neg-lectedpartofhepTlhtlng business.

a! "decorator, who will be in' Ocala
from now until the fair is over. Can

!be reached by telephone Board of

Trade Xo. 381. Will decorate any any-!
! any-! thing from a goat and wagon, auto

mobile to the finest float that can be
built. Just call or phone and we
will have him on your job. All
kinds of decorating homes, store
buildings, banks and offices. Strict Strictly
ly Strictly first-class work. Hundreds of de de-signes
signes de-signes for automobiles. Get busy.
J.'D. Rooney, Secretary.

?ach News, and D. H.

West Palm

Conkling of Ihe Palm Beach Post,
have arrived to attend the Printers'
Cost Congre?i, and say they are go going
ing going to have lit in their town next

year. Judging by Miss Pierce

looks,, we will all be willing to

FLORIDA POWER CO. HAS
CALL FOR ALL ITS FORCE

Editor Star: We have learned
through friends that certain persons
interested in city politics are claim-
1 n or r f intimqtinrr tTint Vi r 1 : ,1

Miss Ruby. Edna Pierce of thepv, ,
. J . Power Company wishes to brine its

ectric power to Ocala and is taking

interest in the- coming city elec-

o m

(on.

T'MnUPi thitTmhrrn Print

er's Supply Co's. traveling salesman
is here to attend the .Printers Cost
Congress and talk the birds out of
the trees meantime.

In order that every one mav be

dvised of the truth we think it

proper to say that within the past

ten days the Florida Power Com Company
pany Company has entered into contracts
which will consume practically all
the power it can 'produce. It would

I be impossible to even consider
j bringing its current to this city, at
I least for several years.

,T T- t. i v Tne company has no interest m
Mr. Jim Pyles has returned irom A ,
T , what Ocala may do in the approach-
Jacksonville, where he was sum- , L .
, .. iS election and no attention should

, i be paid to any statement to the c
Mr. Sam Pvles. who was tnrpatpnp! i

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MAKE YOUR MjiS OTTTEND

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Arrangements are being rapidly completed
for the Biggest and Best Fair ever held in Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. Exhibitors of Live Stock, Agricultural,
Horticultural, Industrial and Domestic Exhibits
are making application for space every day,
and every indication is that this seasons show
will he by far the best in the history of the

Association.
Special

low rates

with diptheria. Mr. Pyles left his

brother greatly improved, which will :

be good news to his Ocala friends.

Adv.

Very respectfully yours,
Clarence Camp.
R. C. Cam p.
.lack Camp.

I

Switches, curls and transforma

tions frni vrrnr n iv n fnml.incs n alp

OCALA HOFSK ARRIVALS
bv the Ocala Beauty Parlor on short j
notice. Miss X. V. Lambert, man- Amen- today's arrivals at the

Ocala House are the following:

have

been
I into

a?er.

11-11-tf i

Mr. E. A. Thorn well, Atlanta, da.:

Verv low prices for ten days on
4
all china to make room for new fix fixtures
tures fixtures and stock at The Murray Com

pany.

Messrs. J. B. Horrell and E. A.
Osborne of Morriston spent last eve evening
ning evening with Ocala friends and are in
the city again this evening.

The preliminary trial of Mrs. An Anna
na Anna Wilson, accused of killing her
husband near Orange Springs two
weeks ago, will be held before Judge
Smith tomorow. The state has call called
ed called five witnesses and Mrs. Wilson
has asked for two.

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Or.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thomas. Los

Angeles, Calf.: Mr. and Mrs. Wm.

Brady, Denver, Colo.; Mr. and Mrs.
M. I. Lingenfelter, Altoona, Pa.: Mr.

and Mrs. C. J. Rogero, Palatka; Mr. j

M. M. Rosenberg, New York; Mr. M.
T. Lallatte, Atlanta.

For information address:

ZARMICHAEL, D. S. WILLIAM

President
GEO: J.

Secretary

s,

LITCH,

A netition lor .Mr. Will Ldwards i

- -
to run for mayor is out on the street
today and is being numerously sign signed.

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

Capt. Jim Nelson, returning from
Reddick Wednesday, said the ice and
- cold storage plant had begun opera operations
tions operations and was doing good work.

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

Valland's Thanksgiving, birthday
and friendship cards at The Murray
Company. 1 1-1 3-3t

Sheriff Galloway, returning from
a trip up, the river to the south end
of the county Tuesday, brought a
number of large, sweet oranges, pre presumably
sumably presumably of the Parson Brown varie variety.
ty. variety. The sheriff says there are im immense
mense immense quantities of this splendid
fruit, in that region.

Pretty articles in fine wrought
gold, rings, pins, chains, bracelets,
watches, etc., at Burnett's jewelry
store. 11-13-tfdw

The Board of Trade rooms and
other fronts along the Ocala House
Block look fine and patriotic with
their decorations, and set a good ex example,
ample, example, to the rest of the town.

JMr. B. E. Raysor of Lowell was in
town last night. He says his adopt adopted
ed adopted boy is gaining a pound and a half
a day, and he thinks of naming him
William Sulzer, on account of his
great recuperative powers.

O. K. TEAPOT J
BULLETIN

In a row among the circus em employes
ployes employes last night, one man was bad badly
ly badly beaten. Four were arrested, the
city fined one $5 this morning and
the county assessed another $100.

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

New novels arriving every week
at The Murray Company. ll-13-3t

Dr. R. M. Barnett of Birmingham,
Ala., accompanied Mr. Robert Ty Ty-dings
dings Ty-dings home yesterday from Georgia
and will be his guest until tomorrow,
leaving then for Daytona, where he
has accepted a position with the
Hankins Drug Co.

Royal Scarlet Seeded Raisins,
Royal Scarlet Currants,
Shelled Almons,
Citron, Lemon & Orange Peel,
Crystallized Cherries,
Shelled Almonds,
Edam, Pineapple Brick,
Roquefort, Swiss,
Limburger, Pimiento,
Club, Philadelphia,
Cream, Gorgonzola,
Camembert, Brie,
Chester and Parmesian
' Cheese.
Potato Chips
Royal Scarlet Olive Relish,
Willie Wheat, Graham and
SeJf-Riing I'lour.
Sanitarv Edible Bran.

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

Messrs. E. P. Rentz and Emmett
Robinson went to Punta Gorda this
afternoon on a business trip.

An elegant line of lasers' manu-

I script covers, in any color that could

be desired, just received at the Star
of?crt.

You have said the one word that ex expresses
presses expresses infinite refinement in con confections.
fections. confections. HUYLER'S CHOCOLATES are chos chosen
en chosen by those who know chosen for
the purchaser's own use, or for gifts
to others.
Fresh shipments received weekly
by express and kept always in per perfect
fect perfect refrigeration for the delight of
Ocalans.
PI I ONE 375.

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EXCLUSIVE OCALA AG EXT.

Treasurer

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EDISOX TALKING PICTURES

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Ciafnts

Music and musical instruments
and all parts at the Murray Com

pany.

The Ocala Beauty Parlor at Mi.s
AfHeck's is growing in popularity ;
every day under the management of-
Miss X. V. Lambert. 11-11-tf J
. $

4

Mr. and Mr?. J. W. P. Waldren
r r. 'T their grown son, arrived In the
city yesterday from Montana, and
are looking about with the expecta expectation
tion expectation cf locating among us.

That the line of Gent's
Furnishings at River's
Harrington Hall Hab Haberdashery
erdashery Haberdashery is the most
up-to-date in Ocala.
There's a vast differ difference
ence difference between making
an assertion and prov proving
ing proving it. Make us prove
Ours. Call and bring
a. witness with vou.

The Edison talking pictures will
be seen at the Temple next Monday
night. Though the wonder of the
accomplishment of these pictures is
not to be belittled, their chief value
appears to be not the enhancement
of the enjoyment of the average au audience
dience audience that goes to see moving pic pictures,
tures, pictures, which will possibly be as
great without. It is rather the means
they present of preserving things
that would otherwise inevitably
perish. There is no limit to the pos possibilities
sibilities possibilities of their historic value. His History
tory History can through them be made a
living thing to generations that suc succeed
ceed succeed us for the personality of his history
tory history makers can be preserved, and
the men and women of today appear
before the men and women of to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow as real and vital.

FIRE
LIFE
HEALTH
ACCIDEXT

PLATE GLASS
BURGLARY
LIABILITY
AUTOMOBILE

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

DR. W. K. LANE Specialist, Eye
Ear, Xo.se and Throat. Office Law

Library Building. Ocala Adv.

Anything to be desired in wedding
presents can be found at Burnett's
jewelry store. 11-13-tf dw

If everybody's clothes were as
good as our clothes, our clothing
business would not be nearly so good.
Rivers' Haberdashery. ll-12-6t

E. M. OSBORN
INSURANCE

Room 20, Holder Building

Telephone 327

It

IS

sounds

nothing

we

there

quite

so sweet to the ears of

A bride as sterling silver.

Apart from the quality which

W. H. Bishop of Reddick, is j
spending a few days here on a pleas pleas-ure
ure pleas-ure trip, having arrived this morn- j
ing. lie has a number of friends in j j
and around St. Petersburg. St. Pe- j
tersburg Independent. 1 I

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cx tne patterns wnicn can oe seen
at a glance, it is important to know

that the prices are -not extravagant.

Our jewelry store is the best place in the

county to get suggestions for wedding presents.

We have mads a study of this "gift question." It is our

business to know what is suitable for various gift occasions.

Choose Your Gifts Here

Our stock is varied and so are the prices. Every taste and

every pocket book is sure to be suited. We have
many inexpensive but dainty little novelties here

besides silverware which will make excellent gifts

This is a jewelry store where you can eet Just what

you are looking for at tbe pnee yea want to pay.

Everything in oar fire line cf silverware,
gems, jewelry, watches, etc., contains

nothing but real, taneiole values.

coupled wita up-to-cate styles

Drcp in ani let tss assist you

chooinj your v edc nj

gists let us prove to.

j-cu that here is a

Solid sliver articles, anything you j jPCjQJ'g
may wish and appropriate for wed- i

ding or other presents, at A. E.
Burnett's jewelrv store. 11-10-tf dw

Block.

cfycur
tr-de.

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nett's jewelry store.

ex.v.:

P.ur-

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In County Judge Smith's court
- : r:.:i. a :;viro rame.l Giles
t i: '! ;:':-. ffr stealing a

:p f rr.:u the southern part
. Juice Gobor pro?.ecut-

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wat -n.
is a t

TPt. Tr T

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THE JElVJi.fSn

rrlngloii Hall

If yox: want prompt service and
first class v.-ork in cleaning- and

9

FIorMa

ittS.

o : : i o n

i-" '- M or
months.

orking for the county six;
Pein short of ea.-h he F0

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Corner.

took the latter. The watch was recovered.

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OCALA FLA.

Call a! fiie STAR JOB OFFICE
1 Alt in. 11-11-Gt
21." What is it?
10-30-tf



? nm OCAIA EVftNlfrO STAR. THtSSWLy.rPT

i a, 1913
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SENSIBLE SUGGESTION

DISTRICT TWO WILL.

FROM THE SECRETARY

OBSERVE GOOD ROADS DAY

Make Arrangements With the Band If the People Thereof Will Take
to Give at Least One Concert Commissioner TVatkins
a Month Advice
I
Editor Star: How many of our November 21st being designated

good people hate. thought of it? Let by our governor as good roads dayj
us prevail on our band to give us means a great deal, if we will get to-1
one of these delightful concerts once j gether and use it for its purpose as,
a month during the winter. This we would any other day for some,
will help that organization and at; specify purpose. I hope that every
the same time we will be regailed : man in district No. 2 will work. Let'
wiih the choice program. I hope our i each neighhorhooi decide on some'
band management will consider this read an 1 do a good day's work on

an 1 let us toon know these concerts ; that av

will be given.

J. D. Rooney

i'IvL! WllATIOXS i H
THE WKiTE PRIMARY
I'repararior.s for zl.s white pri pri-!.:;:;.
!.:;:;. pri-!.:;:;. continue :o he made and will
:u.;!.i-,'t'' in time for the voting
:o c-:. mme:? re S.it .;rdav morning.

T::" prir.m
- ir.-ai: eourt

I. myself, will give time

and attention to roals around Dun Dun-nellon.
nellon. Dun-nellon. and we expect to come out
ir. a good majority ar.d do some
hardening, htrawing, cutting, repair-!
ing and straightening. I hope and
would suggest that o;ne cue in each
c: .r.m unity will ?ke chrse cf the!

day and also get the:
the worMng and lets

ESPOWSOBOILIITV.

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Responsible banking is the policy under which
this institution has been frnanaged since the day of its -organization.
;
That this policy is appreciated is indicated by
the constant and gratifying growth in business.
It is the desire of the officers of this bank to con continue
tinue continue adding new accounts of those individuals de desiring
siring desiring the most efficient service and responsible
banking..

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An Active United States Iepository

?as:e a

roo

will
aide:

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v ii T..e held in the showing. If wo don't rank first in

, . . i ;:ere will ue a i:.iuy, iti us anions me i;rsi

r.n i the voting; Hoping tnat ail win turn out on

a 3 soon ; November 21st, I am. yours,
folio win s j B. C. Watkins.

v.

i
The best place to hioeir.oney is where they have
vaults for sufeiv protect iii4 it. Every week we see
newspaper accounts of i :.cople having been robbed.
Sugar-bovIs. rag-bags, under the carpet, behind pic pictures
tures pictures and of those other places where people con conceal
ceal conceal their money, are well-known to burglars. Hide
it in OUR BANK, then you know you can get it
when you want it.
DO YOUR BANKING WITH US
Wc Paj 4 t-er cer.t frkrej? on SsislBgs Accounts

will :-ei

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!t;ar.a.?ert:: F. D. Beck-

C o a n t y Co m n: i s s i o n e r

Ct-or?e Stuart, Isas

tin, A. Me Me-and
and Me-and E. W

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I Li. F. Mallard. K. i'.
j Intosh. D. X. Fer-ii-oJ

I Kraybill.

All neceHary for any candidate
who desires to enter the jriniary is
to ?ive hie name to the chairman of
the executive committee, W. W.
Clyatt, by cr before Friday noon (to (tomorrow),
morrow), (tomorrow), Xov. 14.
In case there are more than two
candidates for any office, the ballot
will be arranged for first and second
choice. 1 W. W. Clyatt,
Chairman Executive Committee.
C.LI, I'Oi; A WHITE IMUMAKY

v.mkk it, r.rsixi:;s mi:x

Umi FOB- QAI F

Fourteen acres and 5-room house t

on Silver Springs hard road aGross'
the road fromthe 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. It's a bargain.
I WILL SHOW YOU

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According to a resolution passe 1

i at a meeting of white voters at the
j courthouse in Ocala Monday eve

ning. Xov. 11. T.'I.I, a white primary
i.s called to nominate officers to be
voted for at the city election to be
held in Ocala. Tuesday, Dee. 0, 1913.
The date of the taid primary is
S;-tu!d;y, Xov. 15, 1M;5
The o.TicPis to he nominate J are
as follows:
Mayor city of Ocala for one year.
Alderman first ward for two years.

Aljerman second ward for two j
I
yeartr. j

Alderman third, war for one year
to fill ur.expire; term.

Hcemv.te Your Streets and Stores for :
tlie Mr.rien County Fair j ';
How manv want to see our streets
magnificently decorated. We can do

it if everv one on the different v

blocks will agree to contribute a
dollar r two. Call up 381 and have

! your name put on the list. It takes j i

.$10 a block to put four streamers
of forty flags across each street. Let;
us make it cover our courthouse :
stjuarc, a block orf eacdi way and j
then out to the crossing of the Sea-
board on Broadway. Hurry up and!
phone me how nrucbi to put you down ;

for, ana I will nave tne streets aec- . .v,-v.v.v,v-v,
oratei tomorrow. ho will be the ..... ,

first public spirited business firm or
man to respond? Let the Cost Con-! -!mtaxBsiiaanags.
zreis and the Press Association, see 3

our city in gala attire for our coming
fair. Be a boosfer. Xow. phone 3S1.
.T 1 Jh.inpv .pcretarv. i

Real Estate and Investments.
Mrrcattt's Block

Over Gerin's Drua Stare, Ocala, Fla. 4

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Alderman
i vears.

third war

for two

Plant to Make Our Own Brick foi
Marion County Iloasl Pavement

Editor Star: I want every citizen sj

an l those who have or know where

it

hrir.Ei or send me. a sample of s

i from five to ten :-o;

cf clay

I

Alderman fourth ward for two v. ill have it listed and see if brick

:an be made from

If s'), soon we

I

wake up and we will get brick roads.
J. D. Rooney, Secretary.

AVE HAVE BEEN HAMMERIXG AWAY A LONG TIME
TRYING TO DRIVE OXE THOUGHT INTO THE MINDS OF THE
PEpPLE OF THIS COMMUNITY THAT AVE AVILL, NOT SEIjIj
HARDAVARE TO ANY OXE AT ANY PRICE THAT AVE DO NOT
KNOAV TO RE GOOD.
AVE HAVE SUCCEEDED DOING BUSINESS THIS WAY, AND
AVE ARE NOT GOING TO CHANGE OUR SYSTEM.

years.

' AlJcrman at large for two years. I P-ill begin the making cf brick to J

Primary to be participated in by j ave the roads cf Marion county. I
i 1

jail reistere! white oters of the i have made all arrangements to get

j city of Ocala. the tests. What I want is .the clay.'

good Marion county citizens $

names to Mr. u . Clyatt. chair-

jman of. the executive committee, at

I! his office. All names of candidates

must be given to him by 12 o'clock
noon. Friday, Xov. 14, 1913.

AV. AV. Clvatt, Chairman.

D. E. Mclver,
W. J. Edwards,
Thomas Proctor.
J. H. Benjamin,
Executive Committee.
Ocala, Fla., Xov. 11. 1013.

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SECOND CARL(! t)RDERED

Phone ii8 Qi

Fla.

MR. KNIGHT'S ANNOUNCEMENT
I hereby announce myself a candi candidate
date candidate jn the white primary for nom nomination
ination nomination for the office of councilman
frcm ward one of the city of Ocala.
W. A. Knight.

The Cam-Thomas Company has
nlaceJ an order for the second car carload
load carload of the famous Henry Clay flour.
The car will contain 6, 12, 24, 4S

and IMj-pcuni cags anu nan auu a

whole barrels. This store's sale on ;
this flour has been very heavy since
:irs. Harry, the demonstrator, was

i here sometime ago.

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GOOD SALE OF LIVE STOCK

AOU'LL BE THANKFUL.' IF YOUR BUILDINGS ARE 3IADE
OF THE GOOD, HONEST KIND OF MATERIALS THAT AVE
SELL. YOUR HOUSE AYILlu BE WARM, AND IT WON'T COST
YOU SO MUCH TO HEAT IT THIS AATNTER. AVE ARE
THANKFUL RIGHT DOWN IN OUR HEARTS AVE ARE
THANKFUL FOR EVERYTHING AVE HAVE ACHIEVED DUR DURING
ING DURING THE PAST YEAR AND ARE GLAD TO SAY SO..

Mpsri-s. Tomnkins & Cobb had'

fair success yesterday with their:
live stock auction sale, selling at:
auction and private sale 5 together

air. TAYLOR'S ANNOUNCEMENT durluj: the day seventeen head of

. ..

horse? and mules out of tneir spien-

OCALA

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Editor Star: I beg

I am a candi-late for

I the second ward of the

S subject to the rules a

r:mar-

to a .1 vise that I did drove of hish raae animals.

derman

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COTTt'X PLANT

to

he hell! C.-.-ttnn Plant. Xov. I

Sat nr.

Nov em

ir,th. ashing the nnv irg son'e very cold days.

;5

V e are 5
All the 1

support cf ail the people wiio have t farmers

the r?r::n

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: i; ? city

ACCURACY

v-x-t-x-:-:-:-: i heart.

SECURITY 5

Ites; ect i'uliy.

Marion County Abstract Company
ESTABLISHED ISS2.
GRAHAM BROTHERS, Lessees,
OCALul FLA.
First consideration and especial attention given to small tracts.

Er.o. Ii. Taylor.

WHITE PRIMARY
A GREAT IMPROVEMENT

y

F. E. McCLANE, M. D.
SPECLALIST IN CHRONIC DISEASES
The Dr. McClanc Medical, Surgical and
Electrical Institute
OCALA, FLORIDA.
PHONES Office. No. 333. Dr M.-Clane's Residence. No. 407.
Office Suite 1 to 7. Holder Block Southwest cor. Public Square.

Tampa Tribune Ocala has adopt

ed the white primary, after a. rather
exciting contest held at a citizens
mass meeting. The first white pri primary
mary primary takes place Saturday, for the
selection of municipal officers.

The decision is a commendable

one. Tampa adopted the municipal

white primary several years ago. It
is a great improvement on the old
plan, although it has been marked
by evils in this city, which perhaps
will be eliminated in time, anl
which were due entirely to local conditions.

,1

grinding cane.

r,rvi; an l D. M. Barco

a c -.t-..ne. ....... mi i ii ;

urday afternoon.
Mes fames V.

PHONE 223

n. O. Veal and

Rexall Cherry Bark Cough Syrup
will relieve your cold or money
back. For chiliren and grown-ups.
Tastes gooi, too. Sold only at

Gerig's Drug Stores.

Mary Smith of M artel, spent Thurs-j
day with the former's son, Mr. C. R. j
Veal. j
Mrs. W. E. Veal and Miss Carrie!

Barco returned Thursday form Ista-

chatta and Crcom. Miss Barco has
been visiting hersister, Mrs. Bell, at

Croom. Mrs. Veal will be here several

days before going to Clearwater, her
future home.
Mr. Alfred Harroun is spending a
few days with his parents. He leaves
in a few days for Clearwater, where
he has a position with Mr. W. E.
Veal.
Mrs. B. I. Freyermuth and charm charming
ing charming daughter. Miss Ethel Smith, of
Martel. spent Thursday afternoon
with Mrs. C. R". Veal, enjoying the
cane grinding.

Mr .and Mrs. A. V, Woodward andj

children spent Sunday, as the guests
cf Mrs. Steele, of New York.

Mr. and Mrs. D. M". Barco spent.
Men lay iu the Brick City., shopping.;

IUPORTANT CHANGE OF SCHEDULE
ATLATie COAST LiftlE
Effective October 19tli.
Night Trains 37 and 38 Re established.

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9:30 p. m. Lv Jacksonville Ar. 7:00 a.
o.on o m Ar Or.nla Lv. 2:20 a.

ci. iti. -t.M. 0 ork
8:00 a. m. Ar -St. Petersburg Lv. 8:30 p. m
Steel Pullman Cars

St. Petersburg, Ocala, Jacksonville and New York
Trains 9 and 10 will be discontinued south ofLeesburg.
For information and schedules call on
M. tt. WILLIAMS, Ticket Agent, OCALA.

J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., TA3PA.

Uncomfortable, tired feet were

npvpr known to be in the samei

hoes with Rexall Foot Powder

In a hort time "Twenty-One"

Iwill b? the most talked of prnposi-;

Snoea Willi HCiau -J'.
cents at Gerig'3 Drag Stores. 10-23' tian in Ocala. Watch Tor it. IO-0i

Read oarJJNOASS!Fi9 AOS. lor your warns



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THE OCALA EVEXIAU STAR. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1913
!

OCALA EVENING

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PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY

! along steadily for the last three

months, stopping at the most inter interesting
esting interesting points on the road and seeing
the couniry. This way of travel has

. ; a reat advantage over the auto it
t
UITITXGEK & CARROLL, 1MSOPRIETOIIS is mor- is-iependent and one can
i see a lot mere of the country than
U. I!. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leaveiiaooil, liuine. Manager v-j.fin vvatring every foot of the
J. II. lienjamin. Editor road ahead.

- MAKE DSE OF IT.- I
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Entered at Ocala, Fla., pestoffice as second class matter

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TACTS M PHOTOS"

I: vo'j con'

believe the Marion

SUBSCRIPTION RATES

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

(Foreign)
One year, in advance $S.OO
Six months, in advance. . 4.125
Three months, in advance. 2.25
One month, in advance. . .SO

WILL EDWARDS FOR MAYOR

Mr. W. J. Edwards will submit
his name to the white voters in the
Saturday primary for nomination
for the office of mayor.
Mr. Edwards is one of our most
solid and sensible citizens. He has
been raised in Ocala and has borne
nis share, in the upbuilding of the
city.
He served as mayor of Ocala for
two terms, being, elected by a large
majority over his competitor in
1903. In 1904 he was again elected
without opposition. He might have
had the office longer but declined to
run for the third term. He enters
the race at this time with reluctance
and only on the insistence of his
friends.
Mr. Edwards is a very quiet and
unobtrusive citizen, so much so that
he is unknown to many of the men
about town. But he is as well vers versed
ed versed as any man on the needs and re resources
sources resources of the city, and if elected
can be depended on to work for the
best interests of Ocala in close co cooperation
operation cooperation with those who desire its
permanent prosperity and immediate
advancement.

I pie of Europe to send him to St.

Helena. Small-fry imitators of Na Napoleon
poleon Napoleon have had similar luck.

PROGRESSING TOWARD
UNIVERSAL PEACE

In conversation with a representa representative
tive representative of the Star Wednesday, Govenor
Trammell emphasized his statement
published the day before that he had
'the registration provision added to
'the Bryan bill in the interest of peo-
pie who without it would not be able
to qualify to vote in the primary. In
rthe country districts, said Mr. Tram Trammell,
mell, Trammell, many people would not hear of
the registration in time if the
. amendment had not been added to
the bill. The Star agrees in part
"with the governor. It doesn't think
-" the opportunity of the people to
: register should be abridged for any
- reason. At the same time, it thinks
"that sixty days will saddle too big
- an expense on the state. Ten days,
-it thinks, would have been enough.
or twenty at the most. However,
what has been done has been done.
As the Star has said, we must first
try out the law and then amend the
taults in it. The commissioners of
the various counties, if they are con conscientious
scientious conscientious men, will find ways to
make the expense lighter. Where
they are spoilsmen they will of
course use the registration offices to
reward their political friends re re-ardless
ardless re-ardless of the expense to the peo people.
ple. people. None of us can tell how it will
"work till we have seen it tried.

The article of Dr. von Engelken,
in regard to Mexico, which we print
on another page, is very interesting
and corroborates the most authentic
Information the Star has been able
to secure on the subject. The peo people
ple people who despise the Mexicans as
fighters are not very well posted.
"The Star is not anxious for the
mountain passes and deserts of An-

'huac to be strewn with the bodies

of our young men, and while it real realizes
izes realizes as well as anyone that there is
a. limit to American patience, it
doesn't think it has been reached
-yet. j

If a man will not be bound by his
-name on a petition or by his club ob obligations
ligations obligations he is not likely to do so by
a. vote in a primary. There are very
few voters who have not already ob obligated
ligated obligated themselves to one candidate
or another. Banner.
In order to remove one source of
the Banner's worry, the Star begs
leave to state that several people in
Ocala haven't signed any petition

yet.

After those very intemperate
speeches and the incitement of the
past several days, that might have
led if it had not been for the coun counsels
sels counsels of wiser and cooler heads to
very serious and perhaps disastrous

results, it turns out that only some something
thing something more than two hundreds ne negroes
groes negroes have registered, and of that
number only one hundred and thirty thirty-five
five thirty-five have qualified to vote at the ap approaching
proaching approaching municipal election. So far
as we know the negroes have taken
very little, if any part in the cam campaign,
paign, campaign, and have made no demands
for representation on the aldermanic
board from any of the wards. There
has been no time that their leaders
would not have listened gladly tc
the advice of. our representative citi citizens
zens citizens and would have cheerfully been
guided thereby. This incitement of
the young and thoughtless by in intemperate
temperate intemperate public utterances is wrong
and should be frowned down by

hose of us who have the best inter

ests of the towrn at heart. Banner.
The foregoing is another proof
that the Banner is determined to
have peace with honor or without,
just so it is peace and suits some of
the Banner's friends.
The intemperate speeches the
Banner mildly rebukes were made
by such incendiary persons as
Messrs. R. F. Rogers, E. L. Carney;
Don Mclver, George Rentz, P. H.
Nugent, C. P. Howell, J. M. Meffert,
J. E. Chace, George Nash and a num number
ber number of other hot-headed people who
are always ready to start some something.
thing. something. Their sentiments were ap applauded
plauded applauded by such rattleheaded young
fellows as Arthur Cobb, Will Knight..
E. L. Howell, Frank Ditto, Will
Gary, Dr. Walter Hood, Dr. Peek,
George MacKay, J. M. Thomas, J. R.
Moorhead, L. F. Ballard, L. M. Mur Murray,
ray, Murray, Baxter Cam, A. L. Izlar, and a
lot of other boys just out of knick knickerbockers.
erbockers. knickerbockers. The Star has often ob observed
served observed these young fellows out as
late as 9 p. m., going to the picture
shows and the prayer meetings,
swarming around the soda fountains,
sometimes' actually eating peanuts
and thought there should be a cur curfew
few curfew law for their benefit.
It is doubtless the same constant
desire for peace that caused the
Banner to omit to state that of the
200 negroes registered that over 100
registered in the last thirty days,
and they were not of the solid, well well-behaved,
behaved, well-behaved, tax-paying class, either.
Harmony thick enough to cut with
a knife is a desirable thing in a

town at almost any time.. And if
some people do things that are like likely
ly likely to break. the harmony, it is very
much to their interest if their neigh neighbors
bors neighbors allow the harmony to continue.
Peace at any price is worth more
than anything else in the world
except good government and some
other things.
The Star hopes it will not be con considered
sidered considered impertinent if it asks the
Banner to tell why some of the
"wiser and cooler heads" it refers
to have given such unmistakable
signs of being warmed up in the last
few days? Has it been the weather

or what?

Po

County Board of Trade has publish-
jed a superb advertisement for its!
! section, just read the following from

some of the leading newspapers of :

the state:
Tampa Times: The Marion County
Booklet. "-Facts and Photos." is upon
cur desk. It is one of the very- best

of the city or county publications of
the class that have thus far come to
our notice. It is gotten up upon an
original and unique plan, in that it
appeals to the actual demonstration
of photographic accuracy for its ef effect.
fect. effect. Of its forty-four pages all save
seven are filled with beautifully
clear and carefully selected repro reproductions
ductions reproductions of photographs of scenes in
all portions of this favored county.
There is nothing that appeals so
directly and forcibly to the mind and
is so convincing as pictures; words

may be graphic ana eloquent, dui
they require imagination to supple supplement
ment supplement their effect. The photograph

never misrepresents.
The few pages of text are master masterpieces
pieces masterpieces of succint condensation. They
contain just enough information in
tabloid form to create a hunger for
more; and the reader is told where
he can get it. He is even furnished
with addressed post-cards upon which
to make the request.
The money invested in this book booklet
let booklet was money well-spent and cannot
fail to earn compound interest in the
shape of settlers and investors. We
hope it may bring ten for every dol dollar
lar dollar expended. If we were about half
of our present age we might feel
tempted, to go and try to pluck one
of those "Florida flowers" that adorn
page 9.

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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.

unroe & Chambliss Bank
OCALA, FLORIDA

St. Petersburg Independent: The
Ocala Board of Trade has issued a
handsome booklet entitled "Facts
and Photos,, Marion County, Flor Florida,"
ida," Florida," which is a credit to that enter enterprising
prising enterprising organization. The colored
cover is very attractive and the many
pictures printed in photo shown set
forth the beauties and advantages
of Ocala and Marion county ,in a
very striking way. One forceful
feature Is the way raising of fine cat cattle,
tle, cattle, hogs and poultry Is "played up."
Every booklet of this sort issued is
of distinct benefit to the whole state
of Florida, as well as to the com community
munity community Issuing it. The Ocala Board
of Trade is to be congratulated.
Lakeland Telegram: We have nev never
er never anywhere seen a more beautiful
and impressive advertisement of a
county and its resources than the
booklet recently issued by the Board
of Trade at Ocala descriptive of Ma Marion
rion Marion county and its inducements as a

what.

J. E. CHACE
Dental Surgeon
Rooms 9, 10, 11, Holder Block
Phone 250
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OCALA, FLORIDA
Terms: Cash.

L F. BLALOCK
Dental Surgeon
Office Over Commercial Bank
Phone 211
OCALA, FLORIDA
JOSEPH BELL
Attorney at Law

Office Second Floor Munroe
Chambliss Bank Building
OCALA, FLORIDA

and

Rube Allyn only lost his temper

once, and that was when a nfule

swiped a mouthful of bermuda g

he was embracing, also a hunk

his arm, while he was trying to ex extract
tract extract a cocclebur out of his sock.
Park Day note in the Sarasota Sun.
"Rube's sock or the mule's sock?
Somehow we had contracted the idea
that Rube didn't wear socks.

Mr. G. M. Goolsby of the Wau-

chula Advocate and Mr. S. A. Mc-

Bride of the Arcadia News, were
among the first t arrive in the city
to attend the Srate Printers' Cost
Congress. They aVrhd last nighty

and are guests of tne Harrington.

When Xapoleon wanted to win
victories he never divided his forces.
He knew that to do so was neither
philosophical nor logical. Banner.
True enough. It was a very un un-philosophical
philosophical un-philosophical and probably illogical
discontent with Napoleon's way of

running things that caused the peo-to stay in doors.

UNi-Mi?!rnesday by a

rather unusual party. Wm. J.
Lemmer and family on their way
from Detroit to Sanford in an up-to-date
edition of a prairie schooner.
That is to say, they had a light but
stoutly built wagon, drawn by a
strong and well fed pair of mules.
The wagon was so arranged that it
would not only carry the travelers
and their necessaries but could be
used as sleeping and eating quarters
when the weather made, it necessary

They have come

MISS KATHERIXE BIERLY
Trained Xurse
Residence 213 E. Oklawaha Avenue
Xine Years Experience

good place to live in. There are
forty-four pages in this booklet, and
typographically it is a work of art
hardly to be improved on. It is pro profusely
fusely profusely illustrated with photo engrav engravings
ings engravings of the best class, showing pub public
lic public buildings, business blocks and
private residences in Ocala, typical
industrial scenes, landscapes, views,
improved public roads, charming
rural prospects and other character characteristic
istic characteristic features of the city and county
which cannot fail to make a most
favorable impression upon all who
see these pictures. The booklet is
not burdened with long pages of

closely packed reading, descriptive
and statistical, but the facts relat relating
ing relating to the county are set forth in
comparatively few pages and group grouped
ed grouped in such attractive form that they
are easily mastered and the reader
gets a comprehensive and satisfying
knowledge of the subject without be being
ing being worried with too much printed
matter. We congratulate the Ocala
Board of Trade and all others con concerned
cerned concerned upon this masterly advertise advertisement
ment advertisement of Marion county and its beau beautiful
tiful beautiful capital city.
S. Petersburg Times: "Facts and
Photos" is the title of a splendid lit little
tle little book just issued by the Marion
County Board of Trade at Ocala.
The Marion county slogan "Good
as the best for fruit and vegetables,
better than the rest for 'hog and
hominy' keys the book very well,
indeed. The attractions of Ocala as
a city are well portrayed, but the
main purpose is to show up the great
resources of "old Marion," the
farms, the cattle and hogs, phos phosphate
phate phosphate mines, as well as the fruits
and vegetables. Marion is a great
county.
Orlando Sentinel: The Sentinel
has received a copy, of the Ocala
Board of Trade publication, "Facts
and Photos." It is the most attract attractive
ive attractive thing of the kind that has been
issued in Florida recently, and if it
is distributed judiciously will do
much toward creating a demand for
homes In Marion county. The Sen Sentinel
tinel Sentinel is particularly impressed with
the picture of the Ocala high school.
It is one of the handsomest buildings
in the state. Orlando should have
one like it.

OCALA.

Phone 12 4.

FLORIDA
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Comma South?

For sale 50 improved farms,
10 to 600 acres, northern
Marion County, Florida. Al Also
so Also 2,000 acres cut-over land;
well located; fine truck and
orange section. Write for
description and prices. Come
see me.
JOHN L. DAVIS,
IRVINE, FLORIDA

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY
CITY OF OCALA
Mayor J. D. Robertson.
Recorder L. T. Izlar.
Assistant Recorrr Joseph Bell.
Council J. H. Taylor, president
pro tem; E. C. Bennett, Baxter Cam,
C. W. Huntei, E. T. Helvenston, G.
A. Carmichael, F. G. B. Weihe, C. M.
Livingston.
City Attorney C. I.. Sistrunk.
City Clerk H. C. Sistrunk.
Treasurer and Tax Collector W.
W. Clyatt.
Superintendent Light Plant J. C.
Caldwell.
Superintendent Water Works .1.
A. Campbell.

Marshal A. J. Brigance.
Fire Chief H. S. Chambers.
Sanitary Inspector G. W. Cleve Cleveland.
land. Cleveland. Street Commissioner R o b e r t
Marsh
City Engineer J. R. Moorhead.

WAXTED Clean cotton rags at
the Star office.

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Over Two Honrs of Continuous, Unusual and Uplifting Entertain
ment. I
PRICES t 50c 35c, 25c
MATINEE: All Seats 25c
Reserved seat sale opens' Thursday at 10 a. m., at the Court Phar
macy.

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UJ lUlNd -ilirJ vut.
We are equipped with the Itest, largest. Best Vulcanizing
plant in Central Florida. Any sized tire handled at one time.
All work Guaranteed to je 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'

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

R. C. MUNCASTER
INSURANCE

FIR-

LIFE
Arr.inr.NT

HEALTH

PLATE CLASS

BURGLARY. EMPLOYEES LIABILITY

Ocala House Block

Phone 420

Southbound
Xo. 1, local leaves Jacksonville
9:30 p. m.; arrives Ocala 1:40 a.
m.: arrives Tampa G:30 a. m.
Xo. 3 local leaves Jacksonville
9:30 a. m.: arrives Ocala 1:05 p. m.;
arrives Tampa 5:40 p. m.
Xo. & limited leaves Jacksonville
11:30 a. m.; arrives Ocala 2:30 p.
n..: arrives Tampa 6 p. m.
Northbound
t
Xo. 2. local leaves Tampa 0 p. m.;
arrives Ocala 2:30 a. m.; arrives
Jacksonville 0:45 a. m.
Xo. 4 local leaves Tampa 8:45 a.
m.: arrives Ocala 12:50 p. m.; ar arrives
rives arrives Jacksonville 5:40 p. m.

Xo. 10 limited leaves Tampa 1 p. j

in.; arrives Ocala 4:20 p. m.; arrive
Jacksonville 7:30 p. m.

W. H. MARSH

Phone 108

FRESH MEATS

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Opposite A. C. L. Station.

SINGLE MEALS THIRTY-FIVE CENTS.
TVVENTY-ONE-MEAL TICKETS, $5.25.
Don't Forget Our Thanksgiving Dinner.
B. B. BAUM, Proprietor.

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THE OCA LA EVEXIXO STAR, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1913

FTYT5

CARLOAD OF MULES.

We have just unloaded

nri

a carload of fine

X. Ml

ROUHD TRIP RATES
To Ocala from Seaboard Air Line
Points During the Marion
County Fair

force with flags and penants to help
i enthuse Oklawaha nine. John Math Math-;
; Math-; ews was a little hoarse and could
only be heard across the lake. Har Harry
ry Harry Baxter's batting and sprinting was
very much admired by the ladies. Dr.
Henry was explaining to the female

fans" the positions of the players

ALL ABOARD FOR OCALA

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Also a number of
Good Horses.

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

Atlantic Coast Line Special Rates to
Marion County Fair
On Nov. 25 to 2S, the Atlantic

Seaboard Air Line Passenger Dept. before the game was called, and said Coast Line -will sell round trip tick-

Xorfolk, Va., Oct. 27, 1913. : the umpire was called a d scound

Marion County Fair, Ocala, Xovem- rel. Just then the club called him to j Archer

ber 25-28. umpire the game.. Next Saturday the
To ticKet agents at all points named Oklawaha nine will play the Candler
below .aggregation on its own park.
On account of the above occasion1 -Miss Leonia White, of Palatka, is
you will sell round trip tickets to visiting Mrs. Jno. Lewis at Oklawaha.
Ocala, at fares and under conditions! Mr- Hil1- of South Carolina., with
quoted below: j ni5 family, is occupying the Little-

Hates ; held cottage for the winter, where he
AnnnVa $ 0 T'Can send his children to school, and

Baldwin

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Phone 117
eod dly wkly

Ocala, Fla.

Bushnell
Campville
Citra
Coleman
Dade City City-Dallas
Dallas City-Dallas .

Eldorado
Fairvilla

Gainesville

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The
Laundry
That
Made
Ocala
Famous

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To a Person Who Prides
Himself on Bis Appearance
Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen
is a necessity. To supply that ne necessity
cessity necessity is Our Business

Ocala Steam Laundry

102-401 S. Main Street
OCALA, FLORIDA

Phone 101.

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HAT is it

Because they reach the peo peo-of
of peo-of Ocala.
Because the readers of the
STAR know we have an
Unclassified Advertisement
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 Tooms
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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1.50 De close 10 nis worK on .ir. ;v w.
I 5Q Harrison's residence.

1.3;

The Brown Bros, have sold their

0! store and fixtures on north Lake, to
I 20 'Mr. Ben Belcher, of Candler.
2.05 I Ir- Charles Arnold was down from
80 j Ocala overhauling Capt. J. D. Mar Mar-1
1 Mar-1 50; tin's Caddilac.
2.55 I Mrs. J. G. Spurlin concluded to use
145 her bath house for a smoke house

Hampton 1.80 j during the cool- weather, and had

Hawthorne

Highland

Island Grove
Lacoochee

Lawtey

Leesburg

Lochloosa
Lockhart

Maxville

Orange Heights

Orlando
Orange Home

Oxford '. .
Panasoffkee
Plant City .
Plymouth
Starke
St. Catherine ......
Summerfield
Tavares
Terrell
Waldo
Whitney
Wildwood
Zellwood
Zephyrhills

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

1.15 some very choice cuts in there smok

2.30 ing. During her absence Miss Saliie
SO made an extra fire and the building
1.90 !was burned to the ground and, with
2.25 the loss of the meat was a five dollar
j 25'scein and all of their bathing suits
il.00iand boat oars.
2.4o

-FOR-

2.50 LEVOX
1.45
2.65 J Levon, Nov. 12. Messrs. C. B.
1.101 Davis and H. P. Perry motored up to
.85 Ocala Monday morning, taking some
1.25 machinery to the foundry for repairs.
2.90 j Messrs. V. J. Frink and M. F. El El-2.15
2.15 El-2.15 lington, were transacting business in

1.95
1.60
.80
1.60
1.45
1.45
1.25
1.00
2.05
2.40

LAKE WEIR

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I Safeguards for Comforts and Well Being

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The best and most practical of these is let oar 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
Jioney.
OCALA ICE &. PACKING CO.

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HEADQUARTERS FOR WIRE FENCE
We have just received a carload of the Famous SOUTHERN Wire
Fencing", Staples and Hay Wire and are in position to make you some
attractive price? on it. We are thv- only dealers in this section of the
country that ha. .die this brand of fence and have demonstrated in the
past that it is absolutely the-bet and strongest fence on the market,
and running it as we have in competition with many inferior grades
of wire fence. We have had ;-o:r.e phenomenal sales on it and
made many friends and customers. Give us your orders, if the g-oods
don't make good we w.'lL
Knight &l Lang

Lake Weir. Nov. 12. Mr. Sissons,
a prominent real estate man of At Atlanta,
lanta, Atlanta, Ga., spent several days with
Mr. David Kirkland the past week.
Judge and Mrs. Lovejoy, of Gads Gadsden,
den, Gadsden, Ala., are pleasantly domiciled
at the Oklawaha River Farms for the
winter. Will first put -in a crop of
vegetables for .pasttime and recrea recreation,
tion, recreation, while enjoying the balmy breez breezes
es breezes of muckland and the Okalwaha.
Mrs. Israel Putman has just re returned
turned returned from New York city, where
she has been visiting friends for sev several
eral several months.
The many friends of Mrs. E. P.
Moody deeply sympathize with her in
the sad news of the railway accident
at Savannah, in which her son,
Charley, was so horribly mangled
that one limb was amputated, and
the last telegram states he is in a
very critical condition. Mr. Moody
had been living in Savannah for some
time with his wife and three child children
ren children and occupying a new home that

for the A. C. L

Mrs. E. A. Revels has added a new

Ocala Monday evening.
Mr. J. S. Josey has for'his guest,
his father from Georgia.
Dr. T. K. Slaughter, Mr. Josey and

Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Shaw attended a
cane grinding at Mr. David Shaw's
last Wednesday night, and on the

way home the auto balked.
Mrs. Charles Carter and Mrs. J. J

Waters went to the cane grinding

Wednesday night and had the pleas

ure of walking from Pedro the car

would not work.

Mr. Jay Timmons was in our burg
Th rsday morning using his expert

infl .ence on two cars belonging to

Dr. Slaughter and Chas. Carter..

Mrs. T. K. Slaughter and children

have returned from their vacation
spent in Kentucky.

Mr. M. M. Proctor of Pedro, motor

ed over to our burg Thursday morn

ing.

Mr. C. W. Terrill is giving his old

friends in Levon the glad hand this

week.

Messrs. W. J. Frink, B. F. Elling Ellington
ton Ellington and Henry Shaw attended the

Masonic lodge meeting in Belleview

Saturday night.

A small blaze Sunday afternoon at

the sawmill looked very dangerous

for a while. The fire fighters soon

had it under control and there was
not very much damage, the fire hav

ing only reached the slab pile near

slab pit.

ets to Ocala as rates quoted below:

n.so

jAltemont Springs 2.65

Altoona 1.95
Alachua 1.95
Boardman .85
Brooksville 2.45
Branford 2.85
Croom 2.05
Center Hill 1.60
Candler .65
Citronelle 1.30
Crystal 1.50

Citra SO
Dunnellon . 1.85
Dade City 2.05
Edgar 1.70
Evinston .95
Eustis 1.50
Floral City 1.80
Fort White 2.45
Gainesville 1.45
Grand Island 160
Hague ; 1.S0
Hernando 1.40
Hawthorne 1.15
Homosassa 1.75
High fprings 2.15
Holder 1.25

Tnverness 1.60

Interlachen 1.85
Juliette .90

Kendrick 30

Kathleen 2.90

Lisbon 1.55
Leesburg 1.25
Lady Lake 1.05

Lowell .60

Lakeland . 1 .2.90
Lake City 2.80
Longwood 2.65
Montbrook 1.40
Maitland 2.65

50
, 85
3.20
, .50
1.25
- 2.05

T
MARIOX COUNTY DIRECTORY
Judge Circuit Court W. S. Bul Bullock.
lock. Bullock. Ocala.

District Attorney E. W. Davis,

Ocala.

Clerk Circuit Court P. H. Nugent,
Ocala.
Sheriff J. P. Galloway, Ocala.
Tax Collector W. L. Colbert.
Ocala.
Tax Assessor Alfred Ayer, Ocala.
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.
Brinson, Superintendent. Ocala; B.
R. Blitch, Blitchton; J. S. Grantham.
Fort McCoy; W. D. Carn. Ocala.
NOTICE
1913 state and county tax books

i are now open. Two per cent off for

November payments and one per cent
off for December payments. Come

he had purchased there since accept-j eary and avoia the rushj bein? sure
ing the position of night yardmaster tQ bri a correct description of

your property with you. 11-5-tf
W. L. Colbert, Tax Collector

and unique feature to her school

Sweet Milk
Butter Milk :
Cream j
Butter 1
Pork Sausage,
Tennessee Style in Shucks
Dressed Poultry,
Fresh Country Eggs,
CALL PHONE;;482.

I Sanitary Dairy j

Corner Fort King Avenue
and Magnolia Street.

"Basement of Burnett Building1) I

that of teaching agriculture.

The'

children are very enthusiastic over
the growing of flowers and vege vegetables,
tables, vegetables, each grale having a portion

OPEN ALL NIGHT

Martin
Mcintosh i
McAlpine
Martel
Morriston
Mt. Dora

Micanopy 1.10
Newberry 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: November 29th,
(up to and including this date.)
Fares for Children: Tickets for
the transportation of children five
years of age and undr twelve, may
be sold at one-half the above fares,
sufficient to be added to make total
fare end in naught or five. Each
coupon of each such ticket to be
plainly marked, stamped or punched
E. M. NORTH,
Asst. Gen. Passenger Agent.
T. C. WHITE,
Gen. Passenger Agent.

LucMe's
Garage.
I have just opened up my new
garage on North Main street, and
solicit a share of the patronage of
ar owners in Ocala and surrounding
territory. The repair department
is prepared to do all kinds of auto

mobile repairing on short notice.
None but first-class workmen em-'
ployed, and therefore, I am in po position
sition position to guarantee everv iob that

leaves the place. Rates will be found
reasonable as high-class workman

ship and good material "can be tur
nished
GIVE ME A TRIAL
T. C. LucMe,
Proprietor
Building formerly occupied by Idew

Theater.

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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 cur 2d 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.
FOR SALE

Hawk's
Business College
Prepares
YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN 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 la
advance, each student to f arniaa
text books, note paper. Ink, pencil,
etc. Studenets are not charged for
the use of typewriters.
Call on or write,
S. IB. Hawk
Hawk's Business College,
Room No. 1, Merchant's Block,
OCALA FLORIDA
Hours: 7:30 to 9:30 p. m.

Telephone
235 or 38S
when you want a
First-class Plumber
I am prepared to
do all kinds of Steam
and Gas Fitting.
X W. Akin,
S, Osceola 51. Ocala, Fla

and

!ay

R. Dewey,
2-28-tf

proprie- t

oi the grounds for experiment.
Mr. David Kirkland's many friends

will Le glad to kno'.v that he will not
leave The Lake this winter, but has
j renre-l the MacKay residence again.

au ni un-u Liicr aaiiifr i i am tiir
rci turn of the MaSvay family next
i r i n r Mr. Kirk' a i: d is our J D.

iuhw- ,wsWog of UNDERTAKERS and EMBAIKEBS

ipliftina: and advance-

t-v r r i Two hundred and sixty-seven
The Merchant s Cafe is a first class J

x.. acres, one nan runs irora santos on
Oj-en night ;

place to take your rneal

two hundred acres under e-altiva-

Mclver & MacKav
Funeral Directors

Ition; house 40x40; barn 15x20; fif fif-i
i fif-i teen acres pine timber; ten acres

J wood; well watered; price,

A 0 ft

: i

Thins; for the u;I:f

inent of thv ;eo:'!e at larsre.
j Dr. H. W. Henry has given the Ok

lawaha baseball club a diamond

! where the first game was plaved

I Saturday afiernoon with the Can

dler club, the score bine a tie. which
made it very interesting for the fans.

i The young ladies were out in full

Fine fasefs and Burlsi Robrs
O. F:. McIVKR ami O. V. RORKRT
Funeral lirctors
All Work lone ny Licensed
balmer and Fully Guaranteed
PHONES:

1 D. R. McIYTJl
C. V. IIOHKIITS.
j Undertaking Office.

. 104
.303
17

Also one hundred and seventy seventy-frur
frur seventy-frur acres southeast of Ocaia; five
outbuildings; barn 32x40; six-room
dwelling house in good repair; eight
room stone house in course of con construction
struction construction with all rr.aterial on the
ground.
Also two small farms of eighty
and fifty-four acres respectively, un unimproved.
improved. unimproved. ee H. A. Kramer, or owner, A.
A Mathews, Ocala, Fla. 10-1-tf

Charles Goddard

Livery and Feed
j Stables.
Successor to Tompkins &
j Cobb, Livery Department.
I Cor. Magnolia and Ft. King

Ocala, Fla.
W. CBLANGilARD
CONTRACTOR WD BUILDER

n.AS FURNISH E
OX APPLICATION
O. COX 46 OCALA, FLA.



TOE OCilA EVEXIXQ AT Alt, THURSDAY, XOVEUBEH 13, 101S

CORDIAL IMC M

fSt A T A riAriT AT A 1,11,1 A TDO i

(If you have any items for thi3 department call phone 106)

JIaster Fred Blalock's Birthday Party

Today

is the iUUUU flnwn.fi!urv

of the birthday of Master Fred Bla'

lock, thebdght young son of Dr.
and Mrs. V-IF. Blalock, and to cele

brate the owfTSTrii, thirty-three little

playmates werenvited to spend the.

afternoon at Xhe Blalock home o

lawaha ajgnj .Many KirTu.s o

aniuseiiTent were planned for the en

Clubs at Orlando, is in the city visit

ing her son, Prof. K. J.
his home in Springfield
ville Metropolis.
3L-

M r-

'Z. i

Weihe, at s
Jackson-j

FDR THE
COST CQNGRE

and Mrs. Howard Walters.

firs. Etta Kc mason, .Miss Justing

Rhody and Mr..Ei Tucker spent to today
day today fishing onthl Oklawaha river.

t noon they f-erf- joined at Sharps

terra in ment. of the aruests and Mas- It erry dv vrs. narry u alters ana i--

Lindner, who enjoyed a ho

lr dinnei with then

!

ter Fred proved himself a gallant

little host all during the afternoon, j ful

He was the recipient of many birth- j
day remembrances and the opening j
of the dainty packages gave pleasure :
not on'v to him hut to all of the

guests. In' the dining
Blalock assisted by Mrs

Schn 'cr and

L. B. Tv clings, 'who has

on

it the home of her son. Dr. C. R.
ry dings for the past fortnight, left

room Mrs. i this morning for Wiiliston to join
Charles F. i her daughter, Mrs. Annie Stroud for

Mrs. George Taylor, j the winter.

passed candies, fruit, grapejuice and j
cake. The pretty appointments of j. Rev. and Mrs. G. H. Harrison and

the dining table were in pink and I two children have returned

CAN 8E BEST EXPRESSED BY A

LARGE ATTENDANCE OE CUR
PEOPLE AT.THE COURT
HOUSE THIS
EVENING

QQ

uofhmfflr ImmrtinniMl

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I Readyf -wear Ietfeitiii
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We have the most complete line of

XOTH'K TO MEMBERS

OF CIIiLtt CANXINf; CLUBS

their CI

Girls' Canning

ire urged to

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white and the large .birthday cake home in Jacksonville from Gri.Tm,
bore four burning pink candles, each j Ga., where they were guests of Mrs.
signifying a year in the host's life. Harrison's mother. .Mrs. Watt. Mas-

The occasion was an, unusually de delightful
lightful delightful one and the guests while
showering the host with best wishes
hoped for another party next No November.

id oi .wanon count

get their exhibits in readiness

the eontest to be held at the fair, j

Misses Katherine and Sarah Bier Bier-ly
ly Bier-ly and their friend. Miss Emma
Hayes, are here for the winter from
Jersey Shore, Pa. The Misses Bierly
are trained nurses of several years'
experience, and Miss Katherine Bier Bierly
ly Bierly will be open for engagements in
homes of the city or nearby points,
and has a professional card in to today's
day's today's Star. Miss Hayes is a mani manicurist
curist manicurist and hair dresser and has a po position
sition position in the Harrington Hall barber barbershop.
shop. barbershop. Mr. and Mrs. O. Dorr and son of
Haverhill, Mass., were guests at the
Empire Cafe last night, and were de delighted
lighted delighted with Ocala.
Little Arthur Clark, Jr., the fine
three-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Clark, has been quite ill for
several days at Mrs. T. M. Moore's
boarding house. The little fellow
was to have participated in the Bet Better
ter Better Babies contest at the Marion
County Fair, but will now not be in
condition, to enter.
o
Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Hollinrake
have returned from Palatka, where
they, went to attend the funeral of
Mrs. Fred Denton. They were ac accompanied
companied accompanied home by Mr. Denton, who
will spend several days with them
for a complete change and rest.

Mrs. Ed Carmichael. who has been

at Anthony since luesday, wlere

her father, Mr. Wilkins, is ill, re

turned home today, leaving him

much improved.

Mr. and Mrs. Crawford from the
state of Washington are touring
Florida, and while in Ocala are
stopping at the Empire Cafe. Mr.
and Mrs. Crawford are looking for a
place to go into business.
Miss Florrie Condon has been
quite sick with fever since Monday,
but we are glad to learn that she is
improving today.
Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe of Ocala, who

has been attending the session of the,

Florida Federation of Women's

ter Howard Harrison who was so
very ill is improving slowly.
Mrs. William Bassenett of Inver Inverness
ness Inverness was an out of town shopper to today.
day. today. s
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Lege of Wood Wood-mar
mar Wood-mar were in town today in their fine,
new car.
Miss Lila Brumby returned today
from a delightful ten days' visit at
Lady Lake, the guest of Mrs. F. A.
Teague and Mrs. E. T. Porter. Miss

Brumby is now the
William Anderson.

Those who have not sent in their re- i
r
ports and essays will please do sb at
once. Remember, that each mem-1
ber who sends in her report and es-
say will receive a beautiful club pin;
from the Woman's Club of Ocala.'
and every one sending in their j
goods to be exhibited at the fair 1
will receive passes for Thursdav and j
Friday of fair week, the passes be-;

ing given by the fair association.
Mrs. J. R. Moorhead,
In Charge of Girls' Canning Clubs of
Marion County.

rvn

2)tMSo I roil

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guest of Mrs.

WISE AND OTHERWISE

Dr. and Mrs. T. K. Slaughter and
two children were in from Levon
yesterday to attend the circus.
Miss Eilie Tydings left today for
Tallahassee, to resume her domestic
science course at the State Woman's
College.

(Clipped Without Credit)
When you search for honor anion?1.
thieves take a policeman along. j
w j
Love couldn't be otherwise than
sweet, as its principal 'ingredient is.
taffy.

Expert swimmers

mouths closed

.Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Crura from

Frederick, Md., passed through the i 1ert swinimers
city today, on their way to Lake

Weir, where they will occupy one of

Mr. C. E. Connor'

winter.

I
t:i!

Few women are ex-, i;;n
i'iii
; Hi!

keep their

In Ocala
Our line of High Grade and Medium Price Suits is ex excellent,
cellent, excellent, don t fail to see them if you want anything in
this line.
Fancy Vests are very popular this season, You will
have a fine variety to choose from here.

!!!

I!.

Some thieves have no higher am-

cottages for the i bilion than the top roost in a chick chick-;
; chick-; en house.

Ho

se I

Q

uaiity

Mrs. W. 1). Graham of Reddick
visited friends in Ocala yesterday
and today.

Miss Lou Moody was in town to today
day today from Lake Weir. She says her
brother Charles, victim of an acci-

ent in Savannah, is doing well.

! He is a wise young man wh'i
i quietly attaches a muffler to the
' screaming apparatus 5f a girl before
! attempting to kiss her.

It's as easy to buy experience as
it is difficult to sell it.

jj -. .
1 -

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i'

!!

A honest man doesn't strive for

A

i i

-Mr. ana 2iu- i '. icogers ov . .
Lynne went to Lae City yesterday j

to attend the'HuneraT-of Mrs. Rog-!TlT yTl "7S

I citc- fnthir 1 r- M 11 layr-- w h r 1 il tl Mi I P OT K-f 3 n F CI I

died Tuesdayafternoon. 1 M U W U Xjj M isM E

jii "Good to Eat" i

I

the kind of success that needs an ex excuse.
cuse. excuse. rt r-
I
A man's good friends are some-
times the only, ones who will lend i
him money.

What a delightful old world this
would be if we could only buy ex-

! perience on credit.

The regular meeting of Dickison
Chapter. U. D. C. will be held Fri-daj-
at 3 o'clock p, m., at Comfort
Lodge. Regular annual election of
officers will take place and a full at attendance
tendance attendance is urged.
Mrs. S. R. Whaley,
Recording Secretary.

SERVICES SUNDAY AT
THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH

Anyway, a woman never believes 1
all her husband believes she believes, j
j
i
The most exclusive people in the j
world are in solitarv confinement. t

."II I'kf Obelisk Graham Flour. .25c ;

21b pfcs S. IX. Graham Flour. . .10c
rlb pkg S. II. Plain lTour 25c
21b pk; Plain Flour 10c

Sweet Stalled Mangoes. .

I i
! i
Sweet Stuffed Cucumbers 3c j xine out of ten men who claim to;

have been driven to drink trotted up

The worst thing you can do for

some men is to praise them.
" i
A man niust be mighty thin to

j hide behind a woman's skirts nowa-j

. .5c das.

There will be services Sunday

! morning 'and evening ar the Chris-

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4
f

! tian church. Rev. W. T. Moore of

Eustis will preach for the congrega

nt- j tien. and a cordial invitation is ex-
y, 1 ten led to the public to attend.
1

I Sweet Stuffed Peppers...

Try these, they are tine

c

I

THEATER?

Faur Reels IUqIi IUqIi-Cioss
Cioss IUqIi-Cioss Motion
Pictures.

TO-NIGHT

V

V
Max Linder in the Pathe drama
THE LOVE LETTER
Edison Kate Kirby Series
A SUBSTITUTE STENOGRAPHER
CUPID'S LARIAT
(Kalem Comedy)
IN THE LAND OF FIRE
(Melie Scenic)

Lillian Waiker in the Vitagraph
Comedy
KEEPING HUSBANDS HOME

f

6:30 to 10 p. m.

...

X

A UKAUTIFUL NEW CAR

if.

hmm grocery
Company

to the trough of their own accord.

If there were no women in the

world there would be no bad hus-

Jacksonville's Fines!
AND-
v ...
Florida's Largest and Best Year
Round Hotel
The Hotel you take your Mother, Wife or Sister to
flome Hotel of the State
RATES
European Plan $1.50 Per Day and Upward
A.M. Wilson, Thos. M. WHson,
ASST. MGR. PROP. AND MGR
Jacksonville, Florida

band.. Nor irood one?

TH EATRICAE SEASON
AT THE TEMPLE

Mr. Clarence Camp received yes yesterday
terday yesterday via freight from the Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville agency an elegant seven-passenger,
self-starting and electric
lighted Chalmers automobile. Mr.
Camp has received a great many
compliments today on his handsome
car.

PRONE 4:il
North of Ocala National Rank

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 immediate
mediate immediate attention. Everyone is
urged to send exhibits in early as

1 5 and 10 CckIs !:,,im

they will not only be more advant- j
ageously placed, but more care bp j
taken in their arrangement and i

A t proper grouping, .no entries win dc

23. Mrv Strunk and her assistants 1

:j 'ill be z.t the fair grounds on Satur-;

! lay. the 22nd to receive the ex-;

Mbits. 10-30-tf;

... v. .-.. J liat is 21.

10-30-tf

Traveling Plen
Who Eat

Will find the cuisine and
erice at the Ocala
House Cafe just right.
Meals a la carte served
at all hours from 6 a. in.
10 p. m. Our rates will
!e found as low as good
food and high-class ser service
vice service will allow. Eat here
today and see for yourself.

Wilbur Cleveland,
KMUGEP.

Beanfies Shown Irs Advance.
In our show room will be found a
great variety of electrical goods
that will help make the home beau beautiful
tiful beautiful and attractive, as well as com comfortable.
fortable. comfortable. Among this display will
be seen PORTABLE LAMPS from
54.30 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

Dec. IS. Last Davs of Pompeii. ; many other articles for your comfort

Dec. 27 Bought and Paid For. j during the cold weather. Many of these will make much appreciated
Dec. 30 Coburn's Minstrels. Christmas presents and it is none too early to give thought to this fea-
Jan. 1 "Divorce Question." ture at this time. Come in and look over the line, though you don't In-
Jan. 6 "The Shepherd of the1 tend to buv now.

i Nov. 17 Edison talking pictures,
j Nov. 1 S Edison talking pictures.
! Nov. 2S Burt Leigh, in "The
; Little Millionaire.'
j Dec. 2 Creatore's Band.
: Dec. 13 "The Leopard's Spots."
Dec. 16 Neil O'Brien Minstrels.

, Hills."
j Jan. 12, 13
. ters.

14 De Armond Sis-!

I

JHL. W. THJCIKIEIR-
ELECTRICAL. AND PLUMKIXG CONTRACTOR
North Main Street.

TRANSFER A5D riKEPHOOF" STORAGE
COLLIER BROS., Proprietors.

Jan. 17 "Polly of the Circus."
Jan. 20 Mary's Lamb Company.!

ar:sa,poons Sie,WHITE STAR ONE,

lure.
Jan. 30. Paid in Ful.
Feb. 3. Smart Set.
Feb. 10 A Modern Eve.
Foli 1 S T nf V P.Ipp Plnh

Feb. 23 Evan's Honey Boy Min- 2fld HdVy HSDling.
streis. PacKiacj and
Feb. 24 Fine Feathers. SfeippiCfJ 0
Mar. 1 to 11. Chautauqua. PV "ftiri Piannc

i and Safes.
I Baggage Service

Woodmen meet Friday evening. I the Best.

Teams for Light

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

Ue Sell
HEAVFR BOARD.
Fnpenor !o Flasfe
or Cf iJinc in
Quality cr Price.
Investigate.
Phone 296



THE OCALA EVKKING STAR, THURSDAY. NO VEIBEIV 1, 1J3.

7t

i!

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.

as

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PHONE 61.
Harrington Hall Hotel Building

Fort King Avenue

A' phone message this, afternoo

e the safl" if&ws .'of ;the death at

his home at,0PaVaiha station of 3Ir.
I. J. Fort, onefolKie oldest and best

j loved citizens f that-section. Mr.

Fort passed away at 1:30 this after

noon.

t leaves nine living child

ren, one of whom, Mr. James Fort,

resides in this city. His wife also J

survives him. Mr. M. LJ Fort, a
nephew, also resides here.
Mr. Fort had been married over
fifty years and had resided at Moss
Bluff and Oklawaha for more than
half a century, being one of the first
settlers in that section. The funeral
will be at 3 o'clock tomorrow aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon at Moss Bluff and the body
will be laid at rest in the family
burial ground at that place.
Mr. Fort was a member of Mar Marion
ion Marion camp IT. C. V., and whenever
able to do so always met with them
in their monthly sessions. He had
a great many friends all over the
county who will be pained to learn
of his death. We could not learn
his exact age. but it was about 70
vears. Few men of that section was

j better liked or more generally re re-jspected
jspected re-jspected and few have done more for
i his section of the county. The Star
J extends its deepest sympathy to the
! bereaved family.

PAINT

my.
I I

nsures the life of Your

If

M-i'i If' ---

& rriu-i;? jry! -W: i I

J. DE1IA1ST

I Last evening at 5 o'clock Mr. J.
j DeHart died at the home of his son,
j Mr. W. E. Dellart, on South Sixth
! street. Mr. DeHart had been in
i
' Ocala for several years and was 74
.years of age. The funeral was held
;ihis morning at 10 o'clock, Rev. J.
j 15 Ley conducting, the services; in-

OR3LKQB .SPRINGS
Orange Springs, Not.; 12. Mr, and

Mrs. WmV FieiaenV?dr'TopekaKan.V

rrived last week and are occupying

he cottage recently vacated by Mrs.

ettie' CrandaH. 1

- Miss Mary B. Keeper, of North
Easton, Mass., is a pleasant visitor
here, a guest of the Carleton House.
Mr. M. R. Filmore, of Cleveland,
O., a recent arrival, will go to Eureka
if he can secure a house, until he can
build on his land, which he will do
soon.
Mr. A. E. Wheeler, of California,
was a visitor here last week.
Mr. C. A. Woods returned from a
pleasant visit to Tampa and other
places of interest. He was accom accompanied
panied accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ed Edwards,
wards, Edwards, of Ottawa,, Tenn. While in
Orange Springs Mr. and Mrs. Ed Edwards
wards Edwards were guests of Mr, and Mrs.
J. B. Hall and family.
Mrs. Belle Porter, of Holland X.
Y., arrived last week to reside with
her son, Mr. M. R. Filmore.
Mr. H. F. Pedrick was a business
visitor to Palatka last Thursday.
Albert Wilson, the murdered man,
was laid to rest here last Tuesday
morning.

Mr. G. W. Lipscomb has returned

from a trip to Hot Springs, somewhat
improved in health.
Mrs. S. B. Turnis' friends are glad

to have her back at the Springs. Mrs. I

i

SKEPHAni

l,, y DENTIST j;f.v
Holder Block. Rooms and 10.

PHONE .550.
OPEN ALL NIGHT

4

OPEN DAY AND "3C1GHT

Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.

Invigorating: ta the Pale and Sickly
The Old Standard cmers! sxenztTicninsr tonic.
.ROVE'S TASTELKSS chin TONIC, drives out
1 slaria, enriches the blood, end builds upthesys upthesys-sm.
sm. upthesys-sm. A true Tonic. For adults and children. 50c
UNCLASSIFIED ADS
Lost Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Bent and Similar Local Heeds

WANTED At the

: clean cotton rags.

Star

office,
dh

FOR RENT Three
nished rooms for light
ing; bath and lights. P.
614 E. Adams St.

nicely fur-housekeep-A.
Durand,
lo-sr-tr

No other factor adds mora to the life of your property and will increase its v,

a smaller expenditure than Mastic Paint "1 he Kind That Lasts.

terment in Greenwood.
MacKay in charge.

Mclver &

mrs: fa xx ik ( Aim:::

Turnis came to Orange Springs morei

than a year ago, but she spent the
summer at Wantendike, X. J.
Farmers are hauling syrup cans,
preparing for the cane grindings,
which are great times that all enjoy.
Mr. J. M. Hall shipped a fine lot of
snap tears last Saturday.
Mr. Olane Wheelr, of Nebraska,

io a hoineseeker who recently arrived!

RESIDENCE FOR RENT A sev

en-room residence, all modern im

provements, close in; possession No November
vember November 4th. Apply to Geo. J. Blitch,
at Commercial Bank. 10-31-tI

FOR SALE Brand new brds
spring cot, with felt mattress; cheap

;ior cash. Address "13. M." care Star
(Office. 10-3l-12t

A REAL. BARGAIN A 2S-acre

t t Motr.v. w-.c in trm-ri vDc.''arE1 with splendid house and all

erday. and reported

! killed at his place.

Guaranteed hy the Tr.cnufcdxrzrs, Peas!ee-Gnul-hcr'c
Co., Louisville, Ky., Mastic Paint
assures permanent salisraction. It has stood
the test of time for more than AO years and

you can t go wrong in. u&ing it.

Mastic Paint

Liz vncGitileratc? ccrnoma-

tion cr

e nnest nu

Linseed Oil. Tlie formula is plainly printed
cn every can. I'z is far superior to any other
paint and mere economical.

IT"1 7r Ask for beautifully illustrated book "Homes and Hov to
-4 xr t- "-! i i t ri- i

ii jl i-4 fame mem, also color cara cr u coior comomauoris,

w mem wm tM

I rati y juii 5

TiiTa. 3 i a

jp Ocaia, :

MacK

AY,

Cook

99

The Automatic Electric Fireless Cooker.
Simply put cold food in the oven, set the
Automatic control, and turn on the current
That's all.
Roasts, Bakes, Boils, Steams,
Or Dnes Anything Any Oven will Do.
Ask us to send it out and let you demonstrate
its value in your own home.
Qoafa Plumbing & Electric Co.
Tiie "Hotpoint" Store.
Telephone 280. W. Fort King Ave.

KXIGHTS OP PYTHIAS

rj : Mrs. Fannie Carter, v.-Lie v.- of the
i lamented JL il. T. Carter passed
r1 away a few c'avs n.?o ut her home
near Carter's Pond, where aiie had
i lived for the past half a century.
; t ,Mrs. Carter was over seventy
:J years of ase and was beloved by her
9 neighbors as a mother in Israel. A
great many friends gathered to pay
y the last respects, and with their
's Horal tributes covered from sight

the grave made for the beloved dead
in the Mcintosh cemetery. The ser ser-wees
wees ser-wees were presided over by Rev.
Bridges of the Methodist church, of
which Mrs. Carter had been a faith faithful
ful faithful member for over half a century.
Mrs. Carter is mourned by many
j friends and by her daughters, Mrs.
W. O. Graham, Mrs. V. B. Potts,
j Mrs. 3. A. Neil and Mrs. W. W.
j Geiger, to whom the Star extends
; sincere sympathy.

all the beans esa i u Jl-ULlliai"o' uaru, etc..

Mr Matchet m1 iium ucuia uu

1 ,3 .3 rj' t i .

mis is wona mvesiisa-

CAUD OF THANKS

Ocala Loage No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over the Jam?s Carlisle

drugstore, a corcnai welcome to vis- j Mr. and Mrs. W. A. DeHart wish
Iting brothers. D. W. Tompkins, C. C. to than.k their friends and neighbors

nas. iv. &a0e, iv. K. a. A(i who administerftd to them so kindlv

during the illness and death of their

I.OYAL. ORDER OF MOOSE

I

j The Ocala Lodge No. 699, Loyal!
Order of Moose, meets each Thursday j
j evening at S o'clock in the Moose
; building. Visiting brothers are in-!

1 vited to attend our meetings.
Geo. F. Mershon, Dictator.
! E. L. Stapp, Secretary.

aged father, Mr. James DeHart.
Mr. and Mrs. V. A. DeHart.

Eureka,

EUREKA
Nov. 12. The

weather

FOR SALE
! Two hundred and sixt.v-seven
; acres, one half mile from Santos on
S S, A. L. Railroad, all under fence;
I two hundred acres under cultiva cultivation;
tion; cultivation; house 40x40; barn 15x20; fif fif-j
j fif-j teen acres pine timber; ten acres
hard wood; well watered; price.

o,000.
Also one hundred and seventy seventy-four
four seventy-four acres southeast of Ocala; five

1

outbuildings;

32x4 0; six-room

j dwelling house in good repair; eighth

j room stcne house in course of con-
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union' The winter schedule of the At- j ruction with all material on the!
of merica, meets in Ycnge's Hall lantic. Coast Line is now In effect. It j ground.
on the second Thursday evening of Ms as follows: j Also two small farms of eighty ..

Southbound j ana nrty-iour acres respectively, un-
! ; improved.
i No. 39 leaves Jacksonville at 9:30! Ooa TT t-,.
j j see 11. A. Kramer, or owner. A.
;a. m., arrives Gainesville at 12:30 a. Mathews. Ocala, Fla. 10-l-tf

CONCORDIA LODGE F. U. OF A. J COAST LINE'S TI3IE CARD

each month. Geo. L. Taylor, F.M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad

OTICE OP ELECTION"

Ocala, Fla., Nov. 8th, 1913. j
Under and by authority vested in the l
undersiarneti as mayor of the city of i
Ocala, a municipal corporation orsran- i
izc-d and existinir under the laws of
the state of Florida. I horehy proclaim j
and sive notice that a municipal eiec-

for the city ot Ocala i nerooy

3t,i v.-ni bp i-.id in tne a: l eity

Ocala, Marion county, I- Ion ia,

t:on

ca

of

tth
for t:
t p ?
larze
mau

cou
t -x :

W'cx

cn i

a. m., arrives Ocala at 2:40, arrives

. Petersburg at l:io p. m.
No. 9 leaves Jacksonville at 3:40
.m., arrives Gainesville at 6:53 p.
.. arrives Ccala at S:45 p. m., ar ar-ves
ves ar-ves at Lees burg at 10 p. m.
No. 37 leaves Jackscnville at 9:30
in., arrives Gainesville 12:37 a.

Day of December. A. D. 'if 13

purpose of el
1 city: a't-o
if ?ai;! city:
om the tirst

ectirp: a
a conn

llman :

u.. arrives

O;

O 1

n., arrives

MARION COUNTY DTCHCTORY
Judae C;rcuit Court W. S. Bui-lo-'C
Oca la.

i:.-"trir-r Attcrnev
Ocala.
Clerk Circuit Court
Ocala.
Sheriff T. P.

Tnx Coller-tor

W.

Oc

.Xcrl!.!) -urn:!

TV. Davi Davi-P.
P. Davi-P. H. Nugent.

,y, Orala.
L. Ccrr
A;-er. O-a'n.
Grahar;i.

, has turned so cool that we are enjoy enjoy-;
; enjoy-; ing the luxuries of a fireplace inside
! the house and in quest of overcoats
when going out, and to think it will
! soon be Christmas time.
Mrs. H. Rainer was over from
Lynn Monday, seeing after her per per-;
; per-; sonal interests. We are sorry that
' she will not return here to live, as
; 5he is greatly missed around the
' community.
i Mrs. F. M. Harp is on the sick list
this vee"k. We hope she will soon re re-'
' re-' cover.
Miss Oldia Ilinson was calling at
Fort McCoy Friday moring.

Mr. H. B. Mathews returned to
Ocala Tuesday where he is taking
medical treatment.
Mr. I. M. Ilinson was in Fort Mc McCoy
Coy McCoy on business Tuesdav morning.

Mr. F. M. Harp went to Jackson-!
ille again last week to attend to bus- j
ir.ess interests. i

Mrs. R. L. Brinson
iiitor last week.

i
Mr. Arthur Alderman, who has:
heen vr- en a visit to his fister, Mrs.

T
V.'

thinks the bean cron would have been! Slira ruia

marketed if the drv weather had notrion b yone interested. Address
continued so long. H. P., care Star, Ocala. 3 0-31-lm

Mr. A. C. Woods reports the cane,
improved by the cold. I

PKHRO

FOR SALE Two passenger auto-

mobile. Fully equipped and in good
j c ondition. Will be sold reasonable.
! Address, "Auto," care Star office.tf

i

Pedro, Nov. .12. Winter is here
and Santa's time is drawing near.

Miss Janie Mae Perry of Fort Kingj

was visiting 4ier parents, Mr. and

Mrs. II. J
day.

Perry, Saturday and Sun-

FOR RENT RENT-wiih
wiih RENT-wiih Lath, etc.,
South Seventh

Southern Express Office.

-Six room cottage
corner Watula and
streets. Apply at

9-4-tf

FOR RENT A Kix-ronm nttac

Mrs. F. M. Daugherty and two lit-: -Ar. ... .
',at i09 Tuscawilla street, acioss from
tie sons, of Plant City, are visiting!., , ., .
' J' !the primary school building. Apply
Mrs. Daugherty s parents, Mr. andi, r n n ...
! to Dr. R. D. fuller at his office over

Mrs. R. E. Perry, for a few weeks.

Mrs. L. V. Daugherty of Plant City,!
is visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. C.

Perry.

Munroe & Chambliss Bank. 10-6-tf

;ern conveniences. One block from

the square; rent reasonable. 11-4-tf

j FOR RENT Lower floor of Col Col-ilier
ilier Col-ilier building: fireDroof with cement

Mrs. J. J. Waters of Levon. spent ;fioor; algQ furnished rooms; all mod.

last week witn ner motner, .Mrs. it

J. Perry.
Miss Leola Proctor visited her par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Proctor,
Saturday and Sunday.
A crowd of our boys visited Ocala
Thursday.

Charter Oak and Pedro baseball!

FOR SALE 159 acres ol good
land with 400 bushels of corn, two
mares, one cow and farming imple-

jments; well improved; seven miles

southwest of Live Oak. Suwannee

teams played ball here last Saturday ; county. Also 556 acres of good land

Will sell at a bargain.

A ... J 1 i x 1

x nech. anu aiso last daiuruay. ioininff'

Saturday week the score was six to 1

;AppIy or write to G. A. Howes, New-

lasi &aiuraa u v,,,,,, Q,,nannco rn in-ir,im

in favor of Pedro

was 5 to 1 in favor of Charter Oak

Next Saturday they will play again,! COTTAGES FOR RENT For col col-and
and col-and two games out of three will ored pe0ple; conveniently located in
prove the best players. Mr. Henry desirable part of town; all new; $6
Odom, of Ocala, will pitch for Pedro' and j8 per month. Apply to "V"
next Saturday. Guess the charter care star. 10-15-tl
Oak pretty girls will be there to cheer'
but look out. Charter Oak, the Pedro FOR RENT Two or three fur fur-girls
girls fur-girls will be there too. You ought to nished rooms for light housekeeping,
know the compliment the Charter Apply this office of 820 South Third
Oak boys gave the Pedro girls last street. 11-4-tf
Saturday. j
Cane grinding is still in session. A Want to know what "21" is? Just

merry crowrl of Ocala's best looking u-ait and watch,
boys autoed down last Thursday :

10-30-tf

night to the cane grinding. We sup-s LOST A gold bar pin with came
rose if they enjoyed themselves they ''Jessica" engraved. Finder will

long:

will call again before

hope they will anyway.
Mr. Liners Pitman is at home once
again with his jolly" self. We are glad
to have him with us.

We please return same to this office or
phone 455, Mrs. Wm. Charles. 11-1-6

FOR SALE 2,000 pansy plants
at $1.50 per 100; terms cash. Heintz

Prof. Long was in Ocala Saturday the florist. ll-l-14t

N. Erinson. returned
r.r Orlando Iat week.

r.ver no?v is on:

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tor: s-..! H. II. V :-
Ward No. 1. V.'m. A
Martin. K Harst. a
Jr-r 1'iilcv. clork.
AVari No. 4. K. XV.

Strunk I. V,". Orlc as ins

ar.-l R. C. I.overi'iare. clfrk.
sean J. d. pobi-;rt?o-n',
Attt: Mavnr.-
II. C. SISTRUXK, Clerk. 11-8-Sat 4t

Arn v

i-.p.I

rjve? O"-'

lj leaves L:--rives
0.:i-a r
Gainesville a
J a Jr. 'IX :ii
40 'eaves :

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y.r, Ti.
McCov T;-

An Appreci
Rubinstein 2:r.
cheetra z : r
opera.s pV i;d ; r
a d:-:::.-. :'..: .-

Mr. Mealy Proctor is home from

was an Ocala' M i'"tc urrc" 1
i ing oranges.

Wedding hells have been ringing in
ur hurg. Hoje they will continue.
Dr. T. K. Slaughter, Mr. and Mrs.
haw, Tr. and Mrs. J. J. Waters, Mr.
. M. Jo?ey and father. Mr. Charlie
after and Mis E-Ina Perry, autoed

to his home

as t
the

lose

cane-

or nice

eople who
,e wcrk.
!? in Fort

a n r. a .v s

irrinam?

ro c-
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?t Tuesday night
Had i .- I htck
of fconse- both

Pf.r.

FOR RENT Five-room cottage on
Fourth street; also four unfurnished
rooms for light housekeeping. Mr.
Blanche Whetstone, 715 South. Fifth
street. 11-5-6
ROOMS FOR RENT One or more
rooms furnished for light house house-keepirg
keepirg house-keepirg cr unfarnfshei; good loca location;
tion; location; all conveniences; close to the
square. Address, D, care of Star of office.
fice. office. 11-10-tf

sic

A. Y
tctor:

a.

Gainesville at
Jacksonville at
T:-y a 5?t ir V'

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1-1-7-Ct

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r o --
i in Ocala

?ply tr :

ornchez street.

rzry-n, two

-ill !:e -ii-sh for
Mr-. George Mc-

2. 714 South

m., arrives
m., arrives

1:14

o::jo p. m.
aiit Ad. It PAYS

Harley Bros,
ou with a Ha:

suit from $14 to $20,
W. U. telegraph cfae

rendy to fit

S-haffner & Marx

next doer to
10-30-tf

To Prevent Blood Poisoning Rev- c- IL Fo-a- has Sr Sr-srriy
srriy Sr-srriy at ence the -wonderful eld re!iab DR fr a days.
PORTKX'S A.VTiSErTlC ilHAI.IO OIL.aSt- i Mrs. Will Lucius, of Shadv
t.-i; -vc tr- x-.tajiai- ::c. Sue. 5:.oc Pvdro .-stitri'ay and Sunday.

- WANTED Yo-JDg man Ceslres
south j position as stenographer; student

spa iir.smess Loitege. Apniy tr
T. Moore, 230 East Washington
City. ll-8-3t

i
visited A



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THE OCALA EVENING STAR. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER IS, 1013

Z First-class ;
Oak or Pine, :
Any Length. I
Z Prompt delivery any- I
where in the city. I

Ocala Wood Yard,
: MOSES & NASSER,
Proprietors.
Cor. Magnolia & Jefferson Sts.
Phone 258
FRESH CANE JUICE
Made Daily,
25c per gallon.
'Queen of Sea Routes"
MERCHANTS' A MINERS, TRASS. CO
JACKSONVILLE TO
Savannah, Baltimore, Philadelphia,
Boston and Providence
Fine steamer; best service; low
Cares; wirelesi telegraph. Through
tickets to and from principal points.
Send for booklet.
H. C. AVERY, Agent,
Jacksonville, Fla.
L. D. JONES, C. A.
Seminole Hotel. Jacksonville, Fla
Finest coastwise Triu in the World
Now is the 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
Work fully guaranteed; estimates
cheerfully furnished.
Call Phone 285
Isaac Simmons
Ocala, Florida
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL,
Carpenter and Einltfer
Careful Estimates Made on All Con
tract Work. Gives more and bdtta?
work for the money than any othe othe-contractor
contractor othe-contractor in the city.
Mother's Friend
in Every Home
Comfort andl Safety Assured Before
the Arrival of the Stork.
The old saying what is home without
a mother should add "Mother's Friend."
In thousands of American homes there
Is a bottle of this splendid and famous rem remedy
edy remedy that has aided many a woman through
the trying ordeal, saved her from suffering
and pain, kept her in health of mind and
body in advance of bahy's coming and had
a most wonderful influence in developing a
tcrlthy, lovely disposition In the child.
There is.no other remedy so truly a help
to nature as Mother's Friend. It relieves
the pain and discomfort caused by the
strain on the ligaments. m;ik.s pliant those
fibres and rr.n.sclts wMr-h natnro is expand expanding
ing expanding and sooilies the ia2iiciat;..n of breast
glands.
Mother's Fr'-tv! Is rr OTt'""i?iI roTd?-.
acts fynoh'y n t r-.- b::ni'.r a", dis
tress in a -Iva : r.-s a sj-ecdy and
corep!.',t.? r -v rr ;Vr t5"? r?r:hr. T!rs
the beeoa.'-s a Lt-jtU!. v.--i.jn whh all her
strength ; -il i tatrond-lv et: !iv the
Tearing i
it ci'i.-a.
r" Frii-ud can
be itl ft fi'v "rug store at $1.00 a hcttln,
and I rosl'y :u ft the greatest bbssinzs
-vv i',MvTi.i fr.r expectant ivKt'jrs.
Tr:t. r.radfield Iit:rIat.r Co.. 123
1 a-".ir I'.Mg., Atlanta. ;a.. f ir tbir fre
t.k.. Write to-ilcy. It i- wont instructive.
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 tha work.

A PERSON
OF SOME
IMPORTANCE
By
LLOYD OSBOURNE

CopyrljhC 1911. ky the Bobbi-Merrill
Company
UMAK1 tR AIV.
A Startling Discovery.
L.N days had passed since the
tug cast tbem off beyond the
Golden Gate and with three
toots of farewell left tbem to
for themselves ten days of
T
shift
heavenly peace, with the sails scarcely
touched and rustling softly before an
unfailing breeze. In all there were
seven men forward, who might have
been seven authors, from the assidu assiduous
ous assiduous way they read grave, oldish mtn
for the most part, always glued to
books under that tarpaulin in the
waist. Herman was the only youth
among them tall, whitey-blond Her Herman,
man, Herman, who tried to make friends with
the passengers till he was squelched
by the mate.
Schwartz, though less of a render
than Brandeis or the others, very soon
ran dry as n conversationalist. He be became
came became bottled up and uncommunicative,
spending hours at a time in his cabin
or walking up and down the poop in a
brown study none dared to disturb.
This was the only prerogative of a cap captain
tain captain that he treated himself to. beyond
taking his place at the head of the ta table.
ble. table. Mr. Brandeis took all the obser observations,
vations, observations, gave all the orders, shortened
sail or ran up kites without even go going
ing going through the form of consulting his
superior. He was the virtual com commander
mander commander of the ship and made very
little pretense that he was not. Matt
noted that Schwartz stood no watch,
but allowed his to be taken by the sec second
ond second mate, a ponderous individual of
sixty, with white side whiskers, who
was called Krantz and berthed forward
with the men.
This familiarity between officers and
men was new to Matt. Mr. Brandeis
was not above mixing with them un
der the tarpaulin 'and adding his cigar
and book to that sprawling circle
Matt had to admit that the mate did
not appear to lose caste in conse consequence.
quence. consequence. On the contrary, he was treat treated
ed treated with great respect, and Herman in
particular never failed to spring up
at Ins approach.
The two Japanese. Yonida. tlie stew steward,
ard, steward, and Fusi. the cook, were not be behindhand,
hindhand, behindhand, either, as renders.
An indefinable suspicion was begin beginning
ning beginning to creep into Matt's. mind that,
there was something wrong rith the
ship. The transformation of Schwartz
from an amiable, talkative, friendly lit lit-tleman
tleman lit-tleman into the taciturn creature who
paced the poop or wrote for hours in
his cabin struck oddly on Matt's atten attention.
tion. attention. The gruff mate was gruffer than
ever and showed an increasing disin disinclination
clination disinclination to let Matt see the chart as
the vessel's course was plotted from
day to day. And these white and
whiskered patriarchs? Was it a float floating
ing floating old menjs home or what?
The humorous view with which these
things were at first regarded changed
imperceptibly as time wore on. Who
was this strange Schwartz and this
strange Brandeis. and what had been
the secret of the former's impulsive
good will in San Francisco? Nothing
now was heard of old south sea cap captains
tains captains standing together. The amazing
fact dawned on Matt that Schwartz
was no seaman at all. but a landsman
masquerading as the master of the ves vessel
sel vessel Was it possible that they were
prisoners on this singular, ship com comfortable,
fortable, comfortable, well fed. politely treated pris prisoners?
oners? prisoners? To increase Matt's misgivings. Chris,
who was a lighter sleeper than him himself,
self, himself, had been hearing noises" in the
middle of the rght. She described
them as "funny, snapping sounds" that
commenced after Schwartz had passed
their door and looked in. as though to
assure himself that t Rev .were asleep
She was so positive of this that Matt
determined to stay awake one night
and see and hear for himself. If it
were fancy on Chris' part the svner
she was undeceived the better, for she
was nervous and frightened and had
moments of passionately wishing they
had never set foot on the Esmeralda.
Midnight struck eight bells. Half
after midnight one hell. One o'clock
two bells. Half after 1 three bells.
He grew drowsier and drowsier. Sud Suddenly
denly Suddenly Chris clutched him.
"He's coming." she whisnored. "Matt,
he's coming I heard the door."
Matt held his breath. Schwartz was
tiptoeing past their door. No. not past
it. for the man stopped on his way and
cast a quick glance within. He was
in his pajamas. His face was a studv
of furtiveness and cautioi. Then he
tiptoed on and was seen no more.
"Didn't 1 tell you?" murmured Chris
"In a moment the noises will begin
"Sh-h-h!" returned Matt. "Sh h-V
It was more than a moment, how however.
ever. however. tefore the quiet was disturbed.
There, there!" exclaimed Chris.
A peculiar jarring sound became
faiutlj audible, as though some ma machinery
chinery machinery had been set in motion. But
it was too irregular for machinery
and had an indescribable thrilling
quality that Matt was at a los to ac account
count account for. The cabin shivered with

It. it was as fine as the lasn or a
whip and as vicious, as it seemed to
sting the air. Matt leaped from the
bunk, despite Chris" entreaties. By
George, be was going to see what it
was! Follow Schwartz and find out.
It was an astonishing sight that met
bis gaze. Forward of the foremast
was a sort of hut constructed of mat mat-tressen.
tressen. mat-tressen. forming a windbreak or shield.
oien only to the fo'castle. Within it.
seated on a box. was Herman, bent
over an apparatus and causing it by
means of a small brass handle to emit
that astounding buzzing as well as an
incessant sputter of sparks and flash flashes.
es. flashes. There was no listlessness now in
that gawky youth. His expression
was keen: his hand moved the key
with lightning precision; he had an
unmistakable air of mastery and skill
as of a man engaged in something he
excelled in.
Wireless! Of course it was the wire wireless.
less. wireless. Matt had read of it but had nev never
er never seen it before in action. 2 si
zizizizi zi zi-zi-zi zi zi! The brass lev lever
er lever darted up and down, lingered and
snapied amid a splutter of sparks and
flashes: the captain, holding a sheaf of
paiiers with his thumb, reeled off sen sentence
tence sentence after sentence in a low. vibrant
voice: the lantern light flickered over
the yellow sheets, over Herman's bent
bead encased in a curious harness,
over the gleaming apparatus. Occa Occasionally
sionally Occasionally Schwartz was warned to stop
The machine no longer transmitting,
would receive. Zi. zizi. zi-zi-zi-zi with
this time Herman repeating, word by
word, the message thus mysteriously
caught from space, while Schwartz
listened darkly, with preoccupation,
seeing the unseen, weighing and un understanding
derstanding understanding what was being told him.

Matt returned as he had come, more
concerned than ever not to betray him himself.
self. himself. The discovery had daunted him:
he was in the grip of terror. He was
so agitated that he could scarcely
speak, as Chris, on guard at the door,
shut it behind him and breathlessly
asked what he had seen.
"They're working a wireless appara apparatus,"
tus," apparatus," he answered.
"Wireless. Matt! You don't mean a
wireless telegraph?"
"Yes. Herman's operating it. and
Schwartz is sending messages."
"You actually saw them?"
"Yes. inside a lot of mattresses by
the foremast to deaden the sound, of
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course, and keep us from hearing
We're prisoners on this ship. Chris,
they've kidnaped us."
"But isn't that a terrible thing to
do?"
"For us yes."
"But couldn't they all be punished
and sent to prison?"
"Possibly, if the Oregon ranged
alongside. But where is your Ore Oregon?
gon? Oregon? Chris, this whole ship and the
whole crew must have been waiting
for us in San Francisco, like atlot of
spiders for two little dies Tokelaus!
We'll never see any Tokelaus. That
was all part of the scheme to hood
wink us to get us away."
"But what could they want with us?"
"Want with us! Why, they
want
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"Oh. Matt!"
"Yes The same people who are
rui!')!!!'.' tins s'lio, are ino same iiiai
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drove" me out of Manaswan tsritung
me failed, force failed, but they were
cunning enough to know that rather
than starve I'd double back to the is
lands. So there was Schwartz all
ready, with his ship and his blarney
and his spider's web across the road
I was bound to take."
"Why hasn't the captain tried to
make you tell tried to force you to
telir
"That's coming. As sure as I am
alive that's coming when we reach the
people who are answering our wire wireless.
less. wireless. There's trouble ahead. Chris."
"Well, in that case, you'll simply
have to take the only way out."
"I'll never do that never."
"But. Matt, they might Rather
than have you hurt I'll tell everything
myself."
"You shan't."
"1 will. Matt. I will!"
"You don't know where this island
is. You don't know the bearings
What could you tell them that they
don't know?"
She whispered something back that
'blanched his face.
For a moment he was silent. It had
never come to him that their deviltry
might be turned against Chris.
"I'll sink the ship first!" he cried.
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pursuant to section 1412 of the gen general
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reason that the said property is
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Sealed bids will be received by J. H.
Erinson, superintendent, on behalf of
the Board of Public Instruction of
Marion county, Florida, at his office in
Ocala. Florida, until Tuesday, the 10th
day of December at 12 m.. for the con construction
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'architects. Kastman. Ga.
i Kids will also be received at the same
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?team heating and plumbing systems
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jal(1 architects.
prepared by
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tects architects at Eastman, Ga., on receipt of a
deposit of $15.00 to guarantee their
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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
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