OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1913
OH THE LAK
History Has Never Recorded so
Many Wrecks in One Storm on
Port Huron, Xov. 15. Each hpur
adds to the toll of disasters which
occurred on Lake Huron during last
Sunday's storm. Bodies of sailors
of five and perhaps six vessels have
; been found on the shore of the lake;"
wreckage from two other boats still
missing, was cast up by the waves
and no trace has been found of two
vessels or their crews totaling forty
Never in Michigan's maritime his history
tory history has Lake Huron been the scene
of f such a succession of disasters.
Conservative estimates of the loss of
life fix the total at 150 at least. The
damage to vessels and cargoes will
be several millions of dollars.
Lying at various morgues along
the Canadian shore are bodies of
sailors-from the steamers James Car Car-ruthers,
ruthers, Car-ruthers, Regina, John A. McGean,
Wexford and Charles S. Price. It is
practically certain these vessels
went down with all on board. There
are also a number of unidentified
bodies. Perhaps these were of sail sailers
ers sailers on the unidentified freighter
which lies bottom side up in Lake
Huron, 13 miles north of here.
Many still think she is the Regina,
others cling to the story that she col collided
lided collided with the Regina and the latter
sank. Wreckage of the steamers Ar Argus
gus Argus and Hydrus has been cast
ashore. Neither of these boats have
been heard from since the storm
swept the lakes.
The freighter Isaac M. Scott is al also
so also missing.
Capt. Ely, of the tug Sarnia City,
reports that he sighted the wreck of
an unidentified steamer near Port
Austin. She is believed to be a total
loss. She may be one of the boats
already reported missing.
Fcg and heavy sea yesterday pre prevented
vented prevented marine men from making a
fourth attempt to learn the name of
the overturned freighter, which,
tossing helplessly in a rough lake,
has become a serious menace to nav navigation.
igation. navigation. A tug with a diver aboard
her will go out to her tomorrow
morning if the weather permits.
Greatest among the week's trage tragedies
dies tragedies was the confirmation of the loss
of the steamer John A. McClean, a
bodies of her crew have been washed
ashore. All are in morgues. Several
have not Len positively identified.
The steamer Crawford, badly damag damaged
ed damaged in the storm cn Lake Superior,
passed down yesterday on her way to
Toledo for repairs. Marine men here
estimated her damage at $70,000.
FLETCHER l!l FIOHH
Attending Waterways Meetings and
Incidentally Looking After
Jacksonville, Nov. 15. United
States Senator Duncan U. Fletcher,
left the capital yesterday afternoon,
and will reach Jacksonville late to today,
day, today, being en route to Palatka to at attend
tend attend the waterways convention.
As the extra session of Congress is
nearing its close, and the senatorial
campaign is waxing warm with
John N. C. Stockton and Albert W.
Gilchrist opposing him, Senator
Fletcher may remain in the city and
begin his campaign work, although
official duties probably will call him
back to Washington occasional!.
IX THE WOODS
Railroad Gave Only Half the Fatali Fatalities
ties Fatalities in Its Reports
Clayton, Ala., Nov. 15. Twenty Twenty-two
two Twenty-two persons now are known to have
been killed in the wreck of the Cen Central
tral Central of Georgia passenger train near
here yesterday morning. Twelve
were killed outright and the rest
died en route to Clayton and Eu Eu-faula.
faula. Eu-faula. Nine negroes injured in the wreck
were found in the woods near Clay Clayton
ton Clayton yesterday. They had crawled
away from the wreck and when found
thiee were in a dying condition, one
had his leg cut off and others had
arms and legs broken.
At the Attitude of European Powers
in Regard to Mexican
Washington, D. C, Nov. 15. Uni United
ted United support from the great powers
abroad for the American policy to-
j .var is Mexico, shown in a variety of
quiet diplomatic activities, gives
President Wilson and Secretary Bry Bryan
an Bryan a confident feeling that the elim elimination
ination elimination of Gen. Victoriano Huerta as
provisional president of Mexico soon
would be an accomplished fact.
That the financial blockade insti instituted
tuted instituted by the United States had tied
the purse strings of Europe; that
diplomatic pressure was being exert exerted
ed exerted incessantly on all sides at Mexico
City; that close friends of Huerta
were applying their influence, and
persistent reports saying Huerta had
gone into mysterious seclusion raised
the hopes of the Washington govern government
ment government that at last it was making
e'efinite progress toward solving the
An exchange of cablegrams with
Ambassador Page, an agreement by
Great Britain to leave the solution of
the Mexican problem in the hands of
the United States, and an announce-;
ment that no moral or financial sup-.
port would be granted by England to
the Huerta regime, set forth in Lon London
don London press dispatches, crested a fav
orable impression throughout official!
Washington. It was felt that Great!
Britain, France, Germany and ether j
nations now stood together in ac-
quiescence to the plan of the United
States for the elimination of Huerta.
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FATAL ENDING OF
A DOVISH 1 EUD
Jacksonville, Nov. 15. B. B. Mc Mc-White,
White, Mc-White, Jr., a young man from Hen Hen-dersonville,
dersonville, Hen-dersonville, N. C, was stabbed to
death here last night while on his
way, with a friend, to call on a
young woman. McWhite was visiting
the Register family here for a few
days and had met and called on a
young woman frequently, exciting
the jealousy of Roger King, who it is
alleged, committed the crime.
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Harry K. Thaw.
To Decide His Fate Will be Held at
Concord Next Tuesday
Concord, N. H., Nov. 15. Counsel
for Harry K. Thaw and the state of
New York have been notified that
Judge Edgar Aldrich, of the United
States district court, would hold a
preliminary hearing here November
18th in connection with the habeas
corpus proceedings instituted by the j
fugitive from the New York State
Hospital for the Criminal Insane at!
Hundreds Killed by Karthqimke and
Lima, Peru, Nov. 13. Ten towns
destroyed and several hundred per persons
sons persons killed in. an earthquake which
occurred last Friday in the moun mountainous
tainous mountainous Peruvian province of Aym Aym-areas.
areas. Aym-areas. News of the disaster reached
this city by courier.
. The number of known dead was
120 when the couriers left the de devastated
vastated devastated district, but it was believed
that several hundred more bodies
would be recovered from the wreck wrecked
ed wrecked towns. The survivors are living
in the open spaces and are suffering
great privations owing to the lack of
food and shelter.
The government has forwarded a
large quantity of provisions and has
appropriated funds for their relief.
Official telegrams report a con continuance
tinuance continuance of the earthquake in the
province of Aymareas in the depart department
ment department of Apurimao. The city of Chall Chall-huanoa,
huanoa, Chall-huanoa, with a population of nearly
4,000, capital of the province, is re reported
ported reported in ruins. A private telegram
says the deaths number more than
Apurimoa is in Southwestern Peru.
It is composed of the provinces of
bambas and a portion of Alacucho.
portunUy to display our advantages.
Every town in the county ought to
get up some interest in this matter
and get busy. The trouble about
our county is the want of organiza organization.
tion. organization. No general work ever amounts
to much until it is taken up in a
systematic way. This is where the
Board of Trade comes in.
SUMTER COUNTY EXHIBITS
AT OUR COUNTY FAIR
TRAIN MEN STRIKE
Houston, Texas, Nov. 15. Ap-;
proximately 2,500 train and engine engine-men
men engine-men on the Atlantic division of the
Southern Pacific Hailroad struck at
7 o'clock last night in accordance
with an ultimatum presented to the
officials of the road by a committee
representing the tour unions involved.
Bushnell Times: Messrs. Rutland
and Roland appeared before the
board in behalf of the Bushnell
Board of Trade and asked that a do donation
nation donation for the placing of Sumter
county's products on exhibit at the
Marion County Fair to be held dur during
ing during the month of November, 1913,
.nd after some discussion the board
voted to donate $100.
Also f the board agreed to give $30
for the Boys Corn Club and the
Girls' Canning Club.
Sumter County Seat is Going to be
an Up-to-Date Little City
Bushnell Times: The bond elec election
tion election Tuesday passed off very quietly.
Apparently practically all the opposi opposition
tion opposition which seemed to be to the bond
issue had vanished. The people
showed' their confidence in the ven venture
ture venture by voting almost solid for the
bonds. Each proposition carried by
an overwhelming majority. There
were only eeven votes against the
waterworks and sewerage proposi proposition
tion proposition and lighting question and but
six against the streets and drainage
question. AVe are indeed gratified
at the results and hope that In a
short time the bonds may be market marketed
ed marketed and the needed improvements be begun.
gun. begun. Our space is so limited this
week we cannot give the notice so
important matter deserves.
THE RIGHT SORT OF TALK
Fire china that is appropriate for
wedding gifts at Burnett's. lllStfdw
Bushnell Times: Every one who
can should attend the Marion Count'
Fair. Sumter county, citizens should
not overlook the fact that we are in invited
vited invited to take part in this fair by way
of demonstrating our resources. We
should not overlook this oglden op-
Berlin, Nov. 14. This vicinity is
having a siege of cold weather ac accompanied
companied accompanied by frost and ice which has
already proven to be very disastrous
to the truck growers.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Rawls and
children of Jacksonville came down
Sunday afternoon to visit their
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C.
Stephens. Mr. Rawls returned to
Jacksonville Sunday night. Mrs.
Rawls and children will remain for a
Mr. Newal Priest of Morriston was
the week end guest of friends and
relatives here last, week.
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. McCully spent
last week at Mcintosh, where thejr
attended the Marion Baptist Associa Association
tion Association and during their stay they vislt-
jed relatives at Evinston. They re
port the association a success.
Quite a number of Eerlinites were
visitors to the Brick City last Satur-
j Mr. Charles Rawls of Ocala was
the guest of relatives here last Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. : Hog killing and oat sowing is the the-t
t the-t order of the day.
i Mr. S. J. McCully is spending this
week in Dunnellon in the interest of
the demonstration work.
THE NUT CLUB
Our Members Occasionally Lack in Efficiency.
By F. R. MORGAN
(Copyright. 1913, Woettrn Newcpapcr L'nioa)
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I have been accused of Underselling all competetors in the retail business, by at least one fourth. This is true,
I will admit it and confess I ami gjmiifly-
But I have a good defense, and I am going to throw myself upon the mercy of the public, whom I have befriend befriended,
ed, befriended, saved money, and made friends. Why Pay More?
If you ivtsh Clothing, Suits, Shoes, Hats, Trunks, Bags of all kinds, Guns. Revolvers, Ammunition, Fishing .Tackle, and Jewelry.
No matter what it is. If In my big stock, I stand ready to save you money. WHY PAY MORE ?
. 5oldLmarfc, Phone 253 Ocala, IFloridla
THE OCA LA EVENING STAR. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1913
MR. ROGERS OWNS
MOST OF THE STOCK
Diamonds the gift of gifts at
Burnett, the jeweler's. 11-13-tfdw
Genuine Thermos bottles from S3
down, at Tydings & Co.'s. 11-14-tf
Handsome and fashionable sta stationery
tionery stationery at The Murray Co. ll-13-3t
By mistake, the Ocala House arri arrivals
vals arrivals yesterday were credited to the
All of the choice brands of 5-cent
cigars. C. H. S. our leader, 6 for 25
cents. Tydings & Co. 11-14-tf
Mr. Harry Caruthers arrived yes yesterday
terday yesterday from High Springs to visit
Special buffet luncheon 50 cents.
Every day from 11:30 to 2:30 at
Keating's. Everything that's good
to eat. 11-11-tf
Mr. John Gamble is enjoying a
visit from his brother, who arrived
.yesterday to spend ,a month here.
To each cash purchaser of $1.00
worth of other groceries, we will
sell twenty-one pounds of sugar for
one dollar on Saturday and Monday.
Remember, this offer is for these
J. L. Smith Grocery
Next to Ocala National Bank
Valland's Thanksgiving, birthday
and friendship cards at The Murray
Switches, curls and transforma transformations
tions transformations from your own combings made
by the Ocala Beauty Parlor on short
notice. 0 Miss X. V. Lambert, man manager.
ager. manager. 11-11-tf
Air. B. H. Seymour returned to today
day today from Homestead and Miami,
where he spent the week attending
Carter's bread, cakes, etc., are
.-made with machinery and baked by
Ir. J. H. Roberts has accepted the
management of the Anderson Phar Pharmacy
macy Pharmacy for the present.. He came here
ixuui u maLiua. wueie ue lias iui iuc
past two years had charge of the
drug store of his brother, Dr. C. M.
"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
Large alligator bags and traveling
dressing sets at Tydings. 11-14-tf
Mr. W. W. Condon, of the Murray
Co.. Is in New York City, wThere he
is purchasing a splendid line of hol holiday
iday holiday goods for the store.
DR. W. K. LANE Specialist, Eye
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office Law
Library Building. Ocala Adv.
If everybody's clothes were as
good as our clothes, our clothing
business would not be nearly so good.
Havers' Haberdashery. ll-12-6t
Mr. W. J. Jackson, general mana manager
ger manager of the Pritchard Linotype Com Composition
position Composition Company., and second vice vice-president
president vice-president of the Pritchard Printing
& Publishing Company, and repre representing
senting representing each of his firms at the State
Cost Association, and Mr. W. G.
Thompson, representing The Arnold
Printing Co., better known in Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville as "Distinctividuality," were
the two youngest men present at the
Cost Congress, and will return to
their homes in Jacksonville tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow bearing their honors with far
more dignity than they will twenty twenty-five
five twenty-five years from now.
Mr. R. S. Rogers, president of the'
Florida Title & Abstract Co., now
owns practically all of the stock of
that company, having purchased the
stock of Mr. C. V. Miller in the cor- ;
The Florida Title & Abstract Com- j
pany has been very successful ever
since it was organized. The company
has an office equipment, system of
records and files and a corps of men
that is not surpassed and we doubt if
it is equalled in the state.
Best of all. they are busy all the
time, having all they can do and as
their records are now practically
complete and the preliminary or
"getting ready" work is done, the
big force is now engaged in "produc "productive
tive "productive work" as the Printers Cost Con Congress
gress Congress styles it.
Mr. Rogers' company has just
closed a contract with the Clark-Ray-Johnson
Company to make com complete
plete complete abstracts of titles to its 80,000
acres of land in Marion, Citrus and
Sumter counties. It is this class of
work that makes an organization of
this kind possible and Ocala, which
has so much of the best that is go going,
ing, going, is to be congratulated on being
the home of the Florida Title & Ab Abstract
stract Abstract Company.
WILL WIRE THE ARCHES
Mrs. S. S. Harris, who for 25 years
has made her home in Soo Chow,
China, laboring as a missionary in
the interests of the Methodist church
south arrived in St. Petersburg this
morning to deliver an address in the
local church. Mrs. Harris, who is
conference secretary of Florida, has
toured the state on several occasions
and is therefore well known to a
great number of church-goers thru thru-out
out thru-out Florida. She spoke at Clearwa Clearwater
ter Clearwater last night. St. Petersburg Inde Independent.
pendent. Independent. 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
Mr. Maurice Strauss, who has done
much good work on the building of
the three handsome advertising
arches for the Marion County Fair,
informs us that three electrical con contractors
tractors contractors of the city have agreed to
wire the arches, free of cost, if the
city will supply the electric current
with which to light them. The pub public
lic public spirited electricians are Messrs.
H. W. Tucker, E. C. Bennett and the
Ocala Plumbing & Electric Co.
The primary election at the court courthouse
house courthouse is going on quietly today.
There being no opposition among the
primary candidates, not so much in interest
terest interest is being taken as would be if
the case were otherwise; neverthe nevertheless,
less, nevertheless, 130 votes were polled up to 2
The people who oppose the pri primary
mary primary seem to be somewhat perturbed
nevertheless. They denounce it as
illegal, have warned a number to
stay away and have had a watcher at
the polls all day, checking off the
voters. Considering the small esti estimation
mation estimation in which they claim to hold
the primary movement, their actions
are inconsistent, to say the least.
Lost Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Needs
is nothing quite
so sweet to the ears of
bride as steeling silver.
Apart from the quality which
is high here, and the cbasteness
of the patterns which can be seen
at a glance, it is important to know
that the prices are not extravagant.
Oar jewelry store is the best place in the
county to get suggestions for wedding presents.
We have marfe a stuf?vrf thi t-!ft nn;tinn It isnnr
Mmjf business to know what is suitable for various gift occasions.
Choose Your Gifts Here
FOR RENT Three nicely fur furnished
nished furnished rooms for light housekeep housekeeping;
ing; housekeeping; bath and lights. P. A. Darand,
614 E. Adams St. 10-31-tf
RESIDENCE FOR RENT A seven-room
residence, all modern im improvements,
provements, improvements, close in; possession No November
vember November 4th., Apply to Geo. J. Blitch..
at Commercial Bank. 10-31-tl
MOXTHLY WOODMEN MEETING
John McGraw and Christy Math Math-ewson
ewson Math-ewson in "Breaking Into the Big
League," a gripping story with thrills
and laughs, in two reels, at the Tem Temple
ple Temple theater tonight. 11-15-lt
White Dent and Golden Dent seed
corn from Ohio at Tydings. 11-14-tf
Mr. Tom Dekle of Ocala spent the
last week end in Orlando and with
Ins friends Bob Parker and Jack An Andrews
drews Andrews hied to one of the nearby
lakes to sport with the finny tribef
.returning Monday with a good catch.
Tom. returned to his home feelitig
well repaid for
Hon. Albertus Vogt, one of the
greatest characters in the state and
one of the first men to discover phos phosphate
phate phosphate in Florida, was in the city on
Saturday. Sanford Herald.
0. K. TEAPOT
Koyal Scarlet Seeded Raisins,
Koyal Scarlet Currants,
Citron, Lemon & Orange Peel,
Edam, Pineapple Brick,
Chester and Parmesian
Royal Scarlet Olive Relish,
Whole Wheat, Graham and
Sanitary Edible Bran.
0. K. TEA-POT
PHONES 10 and 174.
Mr. B. O'Leary, a prominent bus business
iness business man of Jackson, Miss., is in
town, visiting Mr. G. K. Williams,
one of our leading contractors,
whose firm erects buildings all over
Dr. D. M. Boney is home from
Brooksville, wlere he attended the
meeting of tha State Optometrical
Association. lie says Brooksville
made the eyl specialists very wel
The Woodmen of the World had a
well attended meeting at their hall
Friday evening. At least forty were
present. The following were initiat initiated:
ed: initiated: Messrs. S. J. Fraser, L. J. Helton
and W. C. Jordan. Two other mem members
bers members were admitted on transfers, and
three applications were received. At
the next meeting, Friday evening,
December 12, officers will be elected
for next year.
When You Ask For
You have said the one word that ex expresses
presses expresses infinite refinement in con confections.
fections. confections. HUYLER'S CHOCOLATES are chos chosen
en chosen by those who know chosen for
the purchaser's own use, or for gifts
Fresh shipments received weekly
by express and kept always in per perfect
fect perfect refrigeration for the delight of
T. W. Troxlcr
EXCLUSIVE OCALA AGENT.
FOR SALE Brand new brds
spring cot, with felt mattress; cheap
for cash. Address "B. M." care Star
A REAL BARGAIN A 28-acre
farm with splendid house and all
necessary outbuildings, barn, etc.,
good well, six miles from Ocala on
hard road. This is worth investiga investigation
tion investigation by anyone interested. Address
H. D., care Star, Ocala. 10-3 1-lm
WANTED At the Star office,
clean cotton rags. dh
FOR SALE Two passenger auto automobile.
mobile. automobile. Fully equipped and in good
condition. Will be sold reasonable.
Address, "Auto," care Star office.tf
FOR RENT Six room cottage
with bath, etc., corner Watula and
South Seventh streets. Apply at
Southern Express Office. 9-4-t
FOR RENT A six-room cottage
at 509 Tuscawilla street, acioss from
the primary school building. Apply
to Dr. R. D. Fuller at his office over
Munroe & Chambliss Bank. 10-6-tf
FOR RENT Lower floor of Col
lier building; fireproof wTith cement
floor; also furnished rooms; all mod modern
ern modern conveniences. One block from
the square; rent reasonable. 11-4-tf
FOR SALE 159 acres of good
land with 400 bushels of corn, two
mares, one cow and farming imple
ments; well improved; seven miles
southwest of Live Oak, Suwannee
county. Also 556 acres of good land
adjoining. Will sell at a bargain
Apply or write to G. A. Howes, New-
burn, Suwannee Co., Fla. 10-lo-lm
COTTAGES FOR RENT For col
ored people; conveniently located in
desirable part of town; all new; $6
and $S per month. Apply to "W
care Star. 10-15-t)
Oar 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. f.-MU'-x?-'
This is a Jewelry store where you esn ret last what
v mi an lonlciriff ffjr at tfc nripm vnu want in nav. &&y,ryfy-iX,L'.vy-
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tveryxaing in oar nne t:ce 01 silverware,
ems, jewelr, watches, etc., ccnta
nnlhinir Hut r.cl tonrKl .rait,.
coupled with up-to-date styles. X;y? 'XZWzmP.
Drop in and Is J: us assist ycu ;';,V 1 -s,
gilts let us prove to
you that here is a
E. M. OSBORN
Room 20, Holder Building
F. E. McCLANE, M. D.
SPECIALIST IN CHROXIC DISEASES
The Dr. McClane Medical, Surgical and
PHONES Office, No. 333. Dr McClane's Residence, No. 407.
Office Suite 1 to 7, Holder Block Sbuthwest cor. Public Square.
One of the sheriff's deputies arriv arrived
ed arrived from Martel this morning with
Steve Ellis, who shot and severely
wounded Ed. Tiller yesterday. Both
parties colored. Tiller may not live.
Handsome chafing dishes at Ty Tydings
dings Tydings & Co's. drug store. 11-14-tf
John McGraw and Christy Math Math-ewson
ewson Math-ewson in "Breaking Into the Big
League," a gripping story with thrills
and laughs, in two reels, at the Tem Temple
ple Temple theater tonight. 11-15-lt
Burnett's is the place to get your
wedding presents. Select them
now. 11-13-tf dw
New novels arriving every week
at The Murray Company. ll-13-3t
Anything to be desired in wedding
presents can be found at Burnett's
jewelry store. 11-13-tf dw
Uncomfortable, tired feet were j
never known to be in the same ;
shoes with Rexall Foot Powder. 25;
cents at Gerig's Drug Stores. 10-25,
FOR SALE Three room house
and seven acres of land for sale on
gulf coast near Port Inglis $325. ;
P. A .Durand, Ocala, Fla. 11-1 4-1 2t
The best line of hair brushes and
combs in the city. Tydings & Com Company's
pany's Company's drugstore. 11-14-tf
An elegant line of all kinds of cut
glass at Tydings & Co. 11-14-tf
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 you.
FOR RENT Two or three fur furnished
nished furnished rooms for light housekeeping.
Apply this office of S20 South Third
Want to know what 4'21-" is? Just
wait and watch. 10-30-tf
LOST A gold bar pin with name
"Jessica" engraved. Finder will
please return same to this office or
phone 455, Mrs. Wm. Charles. 11-1-6
FOR SALE 2,000 pansy plantt
at 1.50 per 100; terms cash. Heintz
the florist. ll-l-14t
POSITION WANTED Middle aged
widow, music teacher, needs change
of work; would like position caring
for invalid lady or children, or as
housekeeper. Address Box 422, Mic Mic-anopy,
anopy, Mic-anopy, Fla. ll-14-3t
FOR RENT Five-room cottage on
j Fourth street; also four unfurnished
rooms for light housekeeping.' Mrs.
Blanche Whetstone, 715 South Fifth
ROOMS FOR RENT One or more
rooms furnished for light house-
keeping or unfurnished; good loca-
tion; all conveniences; close to the
! square. Address, D, care of Star of-
i fice. 11-10-tf
j LOST A cut steel shoe buckle,
! night of the 4th, between the Star
j office and Mr. Troxler's residence.
Suitable reward will be given for its
i return to this office. ll-7-6t
j FOR RENT A seven room, two
I story house; would be suitable for
j fiats. Apply 'to Mrs. George Mc Mc-:
: Mc-: Gahagin. Phone 112. 714 South
Sanchez street. 11-11-61
Marion County Abstract Company
GRAHAM BROTHERS, Lessees,
X First consideration and especial attention given to small tracts.
WHITE STAR LINE,
TRANSFER AXD FIREPROOF STORAGE
COLLIER BROS.. Proprietors.
Teams for Light
and Heavy Hauling.
and Safes. -Baggage
Superior to Pla se
or Ceiling in
Quality or Price.
Beauties Shown to Advantage
In our show room will be found a
great variety of electrical good3
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
$4.50 upward, INDIRECT lighting
fixtures for your library and reading
room, and DOMES for your dining
room, RADIATORS for 'heating
your living room, PERCOLATORS,
TO STERS, Smoothing Irons and
many other articles for your comfort
during the cold weather. Many of these will make much appreciated
Christmas presents and it is none too early to give thought to this fea feature
ture feature at this time. Come in and look over the line, though you don't in intend
tend intend to buy now. f
M. W. TUCKER
ELECTRICAL AXD PLU3IBIXG CONTRACTOR
North 3fain Street.
ANOTHER TflAGEC EVENT
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1913
I The quiet
fiMM N.f IfeSS
WuumUri Hi Wife
Then Killed Himilf La-t
- Nijihl at Mcintosh
j .vn c
K?r;raJit Ilanquet to the Printers
t!:e H;;irirattn La-t Kvtnintr
Mr. L. M.
::nr :n v.
The best place to hide money is where they have
vaults for safely protecting it. Every week we see
newspaper accounts of people having been robbed.
Sugar-bowls, rag-bags, under the carpet, behind pic pictures
tures pictures and all of those other places where people con conceal
ceal conceal their money, are well-known to burglars. Hide
it in OUR BANK, then you know you can get it
when you want it.
DO YOUR BANKING WITH US
We Pay 4 per cent Interest on Savings Accounts
AVE HAVE IiEEX HAMMERING AWAY A LOXG TIME
TRYING TO DRIVE ONE THOUGHT INTO THE MINDS OF THE
PEOPLE OF THIS COMMUNITY THAT WE WILL NOT SELL
HARDWARE TO ANY ONE AT ANY PRICE THAT WE DO NOT
KNOW TO BE GOOD.
AVE HAVE SUCCEEDED
WE ARE NOT GOING TO
DOING BUSINESS THIS WAY, AND
CHANGE OUR SYSTEM.
Marion' Hardware Co.
Phone 118, Ocala, F!a.
The Automatic Electric Fireless Cooker.
oven, set the
Simply put cold food in the
Automatic control, and turn on
Roasts, Bakes, Boils, Steams,
Or Does Anything Any Oven will Do.
Ask us to send it out and let you demonstrate
its value in your own home.
Ocala Plumbing & Electric Co.
The "Hotpoint" Store.
Telephone 280. W. Fort King Ave.
AiCLrzrr--4kf--r.is 'wir? aooat six
week ago a:vl wen: to Jacksonville.
l.uz night he returned to Mcintosh.
an J going to tne' home of h: wife
and two children attempted to kill
her and then shot himself. He died
; almost instantly but Mrs. McC-eJie
! will survive. She only received a
fiesh wound, the bullet lodging in the
coil of her hair.
A note was found in the i-ccket oc
McCredie's clothes saying: "For
God's sake take care of my two chil children,
dren, children, and bury me as I am."
The dead man was 2 7 years of
age and his wife is 24.
Mrs. McCredie and two small chil-
Idren are at the home of her mother,
Mrs. M. E. Davis, who is well known
at Mcintosh, having kept a boarding
house there for a number of years.
The coroner's verdict was that Mc-
iCredie committed suicide.
Xorman McCredie was a son of
Mr. and Mrs. James McCredie of
Micanopy. His father died recently
and his widowed mother lives in
Gainesville. He was the youngest of
five sons, one of whom died a few
months ago. The family was among
the pioneers of Southern Alabama.
Oi or a hundred
hanicme and well
timing rooms c i l n
TWO GOOD FAMILIES FOR OCALA
It gives me a great deal of pleas pleasure
ure pleasure to welcome to our city the fam families
ilies families of Mr. T. H. Bennett, who has
purchased the bottling works, and
his son-in-law, Mr. Joiner, who will
be interested with him in the enter enterprise.
prise. enterprise. I have known Mr. Bennett
for more than twenty years and Mr.
Joiner since he was a baby, and I
am proud to introduce them to our
people. Hawkinsville, Ga., has lost
two of its best citizens, but Ocala
has won them. Let our good people
see that they are made welcome.
People of this character are a bles blessing
sing blessing to any city that gains them we
J. D. Rooney, Secretary.
e Harring Harring-e
e Harring-e excellent
care oi the
:cn last evening.'
at down in the
among the hotel
stare. The menu
was tatutlessly prepare! and most
Present from the- Ocala printing
offices were Editor Harris and Mr.
Frank Harris, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. C.
H. I.liJvd frr. Mrs Vinlot PovcT-i nf
the Banner. Mr. and Mrs. George
Taylor and Mr. Clarence Blalock of
the Taylor Frinting Company, Mrs.
Birtinger and daughter, Miss Adele,
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Carroll, Mr. and
Mrs. P. V. Leavengood, Mrs. Mae
Bingham, Miss Annie Atkinson, Mr.
B. X. Dosh and Miss Annie Laurie
Perry, Messrs. J. D. Buky. J. A.
Bruederly and J. H. Eenjamin of the
The menu comprised oyster cock cocktail,
tail, cocktail, Long Island duck with cranber cranberry
ry cranberry sauce, asparagus tips, French
peas, grapefruit salad, ice cream,
coffee .and crackers, and other
things too numerous to mention.
There was beer and sweet wine for
these who wanted it, and champagne
and cigars after the ladies went
Responsible banking is the policy under which
this institution has been managed since the day of its
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-
service and responsible
the most efficient
An Active United States Depository
-8 TTv U
ASSUMING QUITE A
SUBURBAN HOME FOR SALE.
Fourteen acres and 5-room house
on Silver Springs hard road across
the road from theN Marion Farms;
new drilled well. The property was
and buyer failed to
Deed is here and
must be taken up. It's a bargain.
I WILL SHOW YOU
sold for $1500
i make payment.
AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
(Rev. Jno. B. Ley, Pastor)
Bible school at 9:30 a. m.
State Sunday School Extension
Preaching at 11a. ni. by the pas pastor.
tor. pastor. Subject: "The Divine Con Con-queror."
queror." Con-queror." Senior League at. 3:30 p. m.
Preaching .7:30 p. m. Subject:
"The Magnetism of Christ."
The evening service closes the
Week of Prayer series of meetings.
The city is rapidly assuming a hol holiday
iday holiday appearance under the hands of
the artists who are decorating for
the Marion County Fair. Almost ev every
ery every business house has special dec decorations
orations decorations and lines of banners are be being
ing being stretched across the square and
principal streets. The city never has
looked so gay. Lots of people are in
town today, and they are most fav favorably
orably favorably impressed. Secretary Rooney
is intensely interested, as usual, and
seeing that the work suits everybody.
LET THE GOOD WORK GO OX
(Pastor, Rev. W. H. Dodge, D
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Sermon.
Subject, "The Christain's Claim."
3 p. m. Junior Missionary So Society.
ciety. Society. 7:30 p. m. Sermon.
Subject, "Inexcusable Indiffer Indifference."
ence." Indifference." A cordial invitation extended to
the public to attend these services. services.-Every
Every services.-Every one will be welcome.
Editor Star: While I am away
next week attending the two great
waterway conventions, in the interest
of Marion countj-, I want to see our
city don her best bib and tucker and
show how swell we can look during
our fair. Everybody decorate. Just
phone 3S1 and we will have the pro
fessional decorator come to see you
Remember they do all classes of
work floats, automobiles, wagons,
business houses, streets or anything
else. Let this be the time when
Ocala will do herself proud and be
the best decorated city in the state.
Phone 381, Board of Trade.
J. D. Rooney, Secretary.
MRS. WILSOX OUT OX BAIL
OAVDO S. WOODROW
Real Estate and Investments.
Over Gerig's Drug Store,. Ocala, Fla.
Have You Building
Are you undecided about just the best way to do that piece of
building you are contemplating, for just the best materials to J
Come to us We will Cure Your Troubles :
We are doctors in our line and our advice is FREE.
The Best '.i:luiniJ'ahd':I!(DnworlL'.. ; :
QUICK SERVICE NO DELAYS
E. E. CONVERSE PLANING MILLS-
PHONE 231 OHice Cor. Osceola and S. 3rd St
SERVICES SUNDAY AT
THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH
There will be services Sunday
morning and evening at the Chris-4
tian church. Rev. W. T. Moore of
Eustis will preach for the congrega congregation,
tion, congregation, and a cordial invitation is ex extended
tended extended to the public to attend.
DISTRICT MANAGER with ability
to secure sub agents for a wonderful
invention embodying six new patent patented
ed patented points, placing our portable gaso gasoline
line gasoline lamps on a par with electricity.
Agents coining money. Allen-Sparks
Gas Light Co., Lansing, Mich It
MrSi Anna Wilson is temporarily
free. After hearing the evidence
Friday, Judge Smith decided that!
her case was bailable and fixed her
bond at a thousand dollars.
The theory of the state was that,
several people were implicated in the
act, in which Mrs. Wilson was the
principal, but tho Judge Gober pre presented
sented presented his case skillfully' he was not
able to find very strong proof to sup support
port support it.
The defense established that Mrs,
Wilson had been badly treated by
her husband, who had more than
once threatened her life. If it can
present as strong a case before the
circuit court, her acquittal is a. fore foregone
gone foregone conclusion.
Mr. Edwin Spencer appeared for
the defense. Mrs. Wilson and her
friends are poor and Edwin isn't be be-in
in be-in t? paid highly, but he handled the
case as ably as tho he was pleading
for Harry Thaw. He supported the
testimony with a fine speech.
Mrs. Wilson's bondsmen are
Messrs. I. P. Wells. D. M. Waldron,
L. W. Wilson, F. W. Kingsley and
C. R. Veal. She left this morning
with her friends fo the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Wells, at
Eureka, where she will remain until
her trial is set.
Florida's Largest and Best Year
The Hotel you take your Mother, Wife or Sister to
Home Hotel of the State
European Plan $1.50 Per Day and Upward -A.
M. Wilson. Thos. M. Wilson,
ASS'T. MGR. PROP. AND MGR
Two large bay mare mules strayed
from Raiford, Fla., on Friday, Nov.
14. They are the property of the
state. A reasonable reward will be
paid for information leading to their
recovery. D. W. Purvis, Ocala,
Fla. s 11-15-tf.
CABBAGE PLANTS FOR SALE
Read our UNCLASSIFIED ADS. lor your wants
Choice early summer cabbage
plants (from same beds Tison and
Howell are planting) SI per thou
sand f. o. b. Gainesville. Address E.
P. Lavo, Gainesville, Fla. It
John McGraw and Christy Math Math-ewson
ewson Math-ewson in "Breaking Into the Big
League," a gripping story with thrills
and laughs, in two reels, at the Tem Temple
ple Temple theater tonight. 11-15-lt
Ladies' you should see our line of
stationery and box papers. None bet better
ter better in the country. Tydings & Com Company.
pany. Company. 11-14-tf
All kinds of fancy cakes and pas pastry,
try, pastry, such as pound cake, layer cake
and macaroons are constantly on
hand at Carter's Bakery. 11-3-tl
IMPORTANT CHANGE OF SCHEDULE
AT LA W T 8 O AST LD t3 H
Effective October 19th 19th-NInht
NInht 19th-NInht Trains 37 and 38 Re established.
9:30 p. m. Lv Jacksonville Ar. 7:00 a.
2:20 a. m. Ar.... Ocala Lv. 2:20 a.
8:00 a. m. Ar.- St. Petersburg Lv. 8:30 p.
Steel Pullman Cars
St. Petersburg, Ocala, Jacksonville and New York
Trains 9 and 10 will be discontinued south of Leesburg.
Oysters and sea food specialties of
all kinds. Also a la carte service at
Rexall Cherry Bark Cough Syrup
will relieve your cold or money
back. For children and grown-ups.
Tastes good, too. Sold only at
Gerig's Drug Stores. iU-i'o
For information and schedules call on
M. R. WILLIAMS, Ticket Agent, OCALA.
J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., TAMPA.
THE OCALA EVEXIAG STAR. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1913
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
MTTIXGEXl & CAKKOLL, PROPRIETORS
R. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as seconl class matter.
One year, in advance $5.00
Six months, in advance.... 2.ofi
Three months, in advance. 1.25
One month, in advance 50
j One year, in advance 5 8.00
j Six months, in advance. . 4.25
j Three months, in advance. 2.23
I One month, in advance SO
Whenever you hear a
claim that he will always do the fair
thing, believe him, but be careful
not to let him have a chance to be
unfair toward you.
Another army aviator has met his
fate. C. Perry Rich, second lieuten lieutenant
ant lieutenant of the Philippine scouts, United
States army, was killed Friday in a
fall with a hydroplane in Manila bay.
man pro- big meeting in its community, they
snail ii a an iuc uuiii-c iuc; x-i
serve. Trying to suppress mention of
Stockton's friends will hurt Fletcher.
Anybody but a fool should know
that. A big newspaper may some sometimes
times sometimes suppress a piece of news to
cultivated in Florida that matures as
early as that variety; neither is
there an orange grove in the penin-:
sula that during September. October j
and November approaches in flavor j
the Parson Brown. Its keeping qual-
ity is remarkable, instances having j
been known where the oranges were
kept for from four to five months
packed in the ordinary way with a
loss from decay of less than one per
Parson Brown deserves a niche in
Florida's Hall of Fame adjoining
that of Dr .Gorrie, the Floridian,
who invented the process for making
artificial ice. Florida boasts of but
few men of that stamp and the op opportunity
portunity opportunity to add to the -number by
the addition of the name of Parson
Brown should not be overlooked.
prevent hurting the feelings of a
woman or an unfortunate man. It
UNRELIABLE RAILROAD ORGAN
Gainesville will send a delegation
to Ocala Tuesday, Nov. 25, to attend
Alachua Day at the Marion County
Fair. Gainesville will have a big
celebration on Thanksgiving Day,
and no doubt a number of Marion
county people will visit the Univer University
sity University City on that occasion.
The Gainesville Sun calls attention
to the following important feature of
the game law which will be good
news to many hunters who did not
know it: "The new game law does
not require a- person to obtain a
license to hunt within his voting pre precinct
cinct precinct or upon his own land. Section
13 of the law is explicit in this particular."
The Star prints elsewhere, a very
interesting article from the Tampa
Tribune regarding the Parson Brown
orange. The Star is informed that
the original Parson Brown tree is
yet alive and producing good fruit in
its original home. As many Mediter Mediter-ranean
ranean Mediter-ranean orange groves are known to
be hundreds of years old, it is possi possible
ble possible that the Parson Brown tree has
;a long term of usefulness before it.
Times-Union Suppresses News that
Doesn't Suit the Interests of
Pensacola Journal: The Jasper
News has the following concerning
has no right to suppress that which j the ownership of the Jacksonville
is unpleasant to big interests or I Times-Union:
prominent men. The bigger the pa- Whenever a newspaper in this
per, the less right it has to suppress state finds fault, or criticises, the
such news. When a paper with Times-Union, in a large majority of
lo- u-h-,T,ri u on,i v, moanJcases it refers to the Times-Union as
laigc a. iiat uiiiiiu ii, ci ai -t iuc mu a
V i 4 i .3 1 J
to Pmnlnv thp hpst of editorial tal- ueing ranroau-uu ueu
ent, tries to mould public opinion by
suppressing news, it is adopting-a,
nolirv that the Bineville Busrle would j ovns the paper, it is the contents of
This is no argument at all. People
a mle do not care a copper who
be ashamed of.
INTERESTING HISTORY OF THE
PARSON BROWN ORANGE
Tampa Tribune: An humble, good
hearted country preacher was Par Parson
son Parson Brown, a resident of Sumter
count, in the fifties, sixties and sev seventies,
enties, seventies, and yet. Parson Brown's
name should go down in Florida
history as one of its greatest bene benefactors.
factors. benefactors. I
In the late fifties, Parson Brown
visited friends in Savannah, making
his way from his homestead, ten
miles south of Sumterville, across
the state to Jacksonville and on to
the Georgia port by boat. The Parson
enjoyed himself in Savannah, it was
a novelty to visit a shipping center
and just at that time Savannah was
an industrious city.
The docks attracted him and many
ships he visited. One of these, an
English vessel, had just arrived
from China for a cargo of naval stor-
es and cotton, making the long voy voyage
age voyage around the Cape of Good Hope.
The captain, the usual bluff, good
natured British seaman, struck up
an acquaintance with the Parson,
and as a natural consequence, enter entertained
tained entertained the preacher, on several occas occasions.
ions. occasions. Chinese fruits in abundance
were on board the vessel and some
of these were given the Parson,
among them several oranges.
Parson Brown liked those orang oranges
es oranges and saved the seed to take home
with him. They were planted in
nursery beds and after the green
shoots came up and the leaves un unfolded,
folded, unfolded, the tender sprouts were set
out at different points on the farm.
One after another the young trees
died until at last there was but one
left. This must have been an unus unusually
ually unusually hardy specimen or else the soil
must have been particularly adapt adaptable
able adaptable for it. It lived.
Maturity came in several years
and the tree began to yield fruit,
such fruit as had never been known
in Florida. It was peculiar and was
a general topic with citrus growers
in that part of the state. The orang oranges
es oranges while still apparently green, were
found to be perfectly matured inside.
They were as sweet the first of Octo October
ber October as the usual orange was in Jan January
uary January and February. Parson Brown's
tree became famous through the
The article from the Pensacola i country side. Did a prominent state
Journal, which we print on another j official visit Sumterville, or some of
page, stajtes the great fault of the j the citizens of Sumter county, some
Mr. A C. Sanders, of Ritter, S. C,
is visiting our city. Mr. Sanders rep represented
resented represented his county, Colleton, for two
terms in the South Carolina senate
and declined the nomination for a
third term. He is a large and suc successful
cessful successful planter and is well informed
on all agricultural subjects.4 He still
resides at his ancestral home, Beech
Hill, where he has everything up-to-date
a typical southern home and
model plantation. While in our city
Mr. Sanders is the guest of Maj. and
Mrs. L. T. Izlar. He is a first cousin
of Mrs. Izlar.
Claude L'Engle hasn't lost out
with the administration so much as
his enemies would like to believe.
Two of his friends have just receiv received
ed received postoffice appointments Guy I.
Metcalf of West Palm Beach and
Harry Gray of Palatka. Of the lat latter,
ter, latter, the Palatka News says: "There
has been quite a contest among citi citizens
zens citizens of Palatka for this office, but
now' that Mr. Gray's appointment is
assured it is certain that it will be
concurred in by other contestants
and that the green grass of harmony
will be allowed to grow all around as
of yore. Mr. Gray is one of Palat Palat-ka's
ka's Palat-ka's few native citizens. For more
than 25 years he has been in the
railway mail service in Florida, and
his appointment is not only a good
one, but most appropriate."
the paper which renders it worth
lets, or valuable.
A corporation is a legal person
and is entitled to, and possesses all
'the rights of acquiring and holding
property that any other person does.
Many times we differ from ideas
advanced by the Times-Union, but it
never occurs to us to abandon the
question at issue and prate about the
extraneous matter ot that paper s
Again, epithets ana abuse prove
nothing but the paucity of argument
of those who indulge in them.
Inasmuch as the Journal occasion occasionally
ally occasionally refers to the Jacksonville Times-
Union as being owned by three rail
roads, the foregoing applies to this
paper as well as to others that fre
quently see fit to criticise the special
interest policy of the Jacksonville pa
Of course, as our Jasper contem
porary says, every argument ought
KE USE OF IT.
In the fullest sense of the word Munrce and Chambliss Bank Service
means ASSISTANCE FOR YOU.
If you have never thought of this bank as an assistance in Your 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.
The Nuhroe & Chambliss Bank,
Times-Union. It doesn't print what
its owners do not want the people to
know. The Times-Union has a right
to its opinion, and if it followed only
legitimate methods of impressing its
opinion, no man would have a right
to criticise it, no matter how much
he might disagree with it. Its own
ers are following a
The paper has very
of Parson Brown's fruit was procur procured
ed procured to take a prominent place among
the good things to eat.
In 1S74, Capt. J. L. Carney and
associates, purchased an island in
Lake Weir, containing a forty acre
grove of sour orange trees. With
the intention of budding the sour
stock with an extra good orange,
I Captain Carney had the tops of these
J. E. CHACE
Rooms 9, 10, 11, Holder Block
L- F. BLALOCK
Office Over Commercial Bank
J II !!
Attorney at Law
Office Second Floor Munroe and
Chambliss Bank Building
MISS KATHERINE BIKKLY
Residence 213 E. Oklawaha Avenue
Nine Years' Experience
to stand on its own logic regardless
of the person or paper making it or
of the motive behind it.
But a newspaper performs a pe peculiar
culiar peculiar function. It is the source of
public information. It can publish
this information or suppress it. It
can give truthful information or it
can misrepresent the, facts. It can
be a real newspaper, serving the pub public
lic public honestly and fearlessly, or it can
be a special interest organ, misrepre misrepresenting
senting misrepresenting men and measures, suppress
ing some facts and colorine others.
and deceiving its readers whenever
the interests of its owners so dictate.
It is therefore not only important,
but strictly pertinent and proper,
that the public should know who the
owners of a newspaper are and what,
if any, special interests they repre represent.
sent. represent. The Times-Union is owned by
three railroad systems. When the
Times-Union opposes the work of the
railroad commission or of the legis legislature
lature legislature in regulating public service
corporations, have we not the right
to look behind its logic and ascertain
what its motives are? And having
learned its motives, have we not the
right to assume that agrument, com coming
ing coming from such a source, should be
taken with a grain or two of salt be before
fore before being accepted as either safe or
Two instances may be cited to il illustrate
lustrate illustrate the case. (1) When the Flag Flagler
ler Flagler divorce bill was introduced and
passed, the Times-Union killed all
reference to it. Mr. Flagler was one
of the owners of the paper. (2) The
other day when a large meeting of
Jacksonville citizens organized a
Stockton club and heard speeches
from the mayor of the city and other
prominent people, the Times-Union
suppressed the fact. Mr. Stockton is
opposing the Times-Union's candi candidate
date candidate for the Senate.
Has the ownership of a newspaper
nothing to do with things of this
character? Must the reading public
accept at face value the news reports
and editorial opinions of a newspaper j
whose ownership dictates such a
small and selfish policy? .We think!
The fact that the Jacksonville!
Times-Union is "railroad-owned" is a'
very pertinent fact to be considered:
in every political policy which it ad-,
vocates. And the ownership of every
newspaper is something that all ofj
its readers are entitled to know.
SENSATION OF THE CENTURY
writers. If they were given unre unrestricted
stricted unrestricted liberty to advocate and de defend
fend defend the policy of the paper, they
couid do so in a manner that would
win respect. They do not need
shackles on their pens. As it is, no
D. E. MclYR 104
C. V. ROBERTS 305
Undertaking Office 47
trees cut. He then made a trip all
over Central Florida hunting for a
variety of orange above the average.
Visiting points in Sumter county he
found many fine oranges, but in each
case the grower declared that al-
man familiar with Florida affairs has though "they are not as fine as Par Par-any
any Par-any respect for the opinion of the son Brown's, they are nearly as
u ... i t, i -. ; v,
nayer, ueeauie v ueu lie icjus it ucis
of the truth it is concealing. Thejous tree came under his observation,
two instances the Journal quotes are! Captain Carney purchased the tree
proof of this. The Flagler divorce in September for $S0 and besides j SO 2,000 acres CUt-OVer land,
bill was a rotten disgrace. It bought ; budding the entire Lake Weir SrovejweJJ located; fine truck and
Its wav thru the legislature, which it secured
roodY' This caused Captain Carney
much to visit Parson Brown and the fam-
Mclver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EM8ALMERS
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes.
D. E. MclVER and C. V. ROBERTS
All Work Done by Licensed Em Em-balmers
balmers Em-balmers and Fully Guaranteed
AMERICAN TALKING PICTURE CO.
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MONDAY AND TUESDAY AT 8:15
TUESDAY MATIXEE AT 3 P. M.
CHANGE OF PROGRAM DAILY
Over Two Hours of Continuous, Unusual and Uplifting Entertain
PRICES 50c, 35c, 25c
MATIXEE: All Seats 25c
Reserved seat sale opens Thursday at 10 a. m., at the Court Phar
Attorney R. A. Burford of Ocala!
was among the prominent visitors to
the city yesterday. He came to as assist
sist assist Attorney C. R. Layton in a case
.for damages brought in circuit court
by their client, the Atlantic 'Coast
Line. They were successful.
R. C. MUNCASTER
BURGLARY. EMPLOYEES LIABILITY
Ocala House Block
John P. Stokes has declared for
Congress in this the third congres congressional
sional congressional district. Col. W. W. Flour Flour-noy,
noy, Flour-noy, of DeFuniak Springs, it is said,
will also make another try at it.
AT THE TEMPLE
For sale 50 improved farms.
10 to 600 acres, northern !t
Marion County, Florida. Al-
Xov. 17 Edison talking pictures.
Xov. 18 Edison talking pictures.
Nov. 2 8 Burt Leigh, in "The
Dec. 2 Creatore's Band.
13 "The Leopard's Spots."
16 Xeil O'Brien Minstrels.
18. Last Days of Pompeii.
27 Bought and Paid For.
30 Coburn's Minstrels.
1 "Divorce Question."
6 "The Shepherd of the
W. H. MARSH
itiviiiriiiitL, cir ltL,
more than 3,000 oranges!
conian t nave cone ir ine people nau num il mat mtujuu. ic iui j
known what was going on. Refus- several years
ing to report such affairs as the big ; grove from it.
Stockton meeting was another. The Now, the Farson lirown orange iSj
Star is supporting Senator Fletcher J one of Florida's stand-bys. There is,
nt if Mr. Stockton's friends hold a not and never
1 In-roT-inflnTi nnrl nrinnc Pnmo
budding grove after u""" o. v,uiu
has been an orange
JOHN L. DAVIS,
Jan. 3 0.
Feb. S. S.Feb.
Feb. S.Feb. 10
Opposite A. C. L. Station.
14 De Armond Sis-
17 "Polly of the Circus."
20 Mary's Lamb Company.
27 The Spring Maid Co.
Anti-Saloon League lec-
Paid in Ful.
A Modern Eve.
U. of F. Glee Club.
Evan's Honey Boy Min
24 Fine Feathers.
1 to 11. Chautauqua.
14 Rose Maid.
19 Paul Gilmore.
SINGLE MEALS THIRTY-FIVE CENTS.
TWENTY-ONE-MEAL TICKETS, $5.25. X
Don't Forget Our Thanksgiving Dinner.
B. B. B AUM, Proprietor.
We are equipped with the Latest, Largest, Best Vulcanizing
plant in Central Florida.. Any sized tire handled at one time.
All work Guaranteed to ye First-Class.
Bring us your Casings and Tubes to be Vulcanized.
Worn out tires and tubes bought. v
FISK and FIRESTONE TIRES
of all sizes and rims, always in stock
DA VIES, The Tire Man
Phone 438. OCALA, FLORIDA Main St., near. Postoffice.
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1913
C AIRLOAD OF MULES.
We have just unloaded
a carload of fine
ti ear n
Also a number of
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.
TitpMi & Coblb,
Phone 117 Ocaia, Fia.
eod dly wklr
ROUND TRIP RATES
To Ocala from Seaboard Air Line
Points During the Marion
! County Fair
Seaboard Air Line Passenger Dept.
Norfolk, Va., Oct. 27, 1913.
Marion County Fair, Ocala, XoVeni-
Burbank, Xor 13. Mr. J. J. Hen Hen-n'essy,
n'essy, Hen-n'essy, of the Xew South Farm &
Home Co., of Palatka, spent Friday
and Saturday in Burbank.
Mr. W. C. Bogue spent Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday in Palatka cn business.
Mr. C. E. Lewis of the Lewis Aero
Exhibition Co., of Pittsburg, Pa.,
spent Tuesday in Palatka, arranging
for flights at the Putnam County
To ticKet agents at all points named ,Fair, which will be held December S
IT. Tn T TT 1 1
On account of the above occasion; maue a uuS-
.. ...... .l 'inps-; trin trt Ora1n F'ririav rpturninc
1 you will sell rouna trip ucKets 10.
I Ocala, at fares and under conditions, aturaay atternoon
lnursaay afternoon there was a
"painting bee." held in Burbank, all
ALL ABOARD FOB OCALA
Atlantic Coast Line. Special .Rates to
3Iarion County Fair
On Nov. 25 to 2S, the Atlantic
Coast Line will sell round trip tick tickets
ets tickets to Ocala as rates quoted below:
Center Hill 1.60
popka $2.25 tne men Painting the large church.
To a Person Who Prides
Himseli on His Appearance
Clean, Fresh, yell Laundered Linen
is a necessity. To supply that ne- 5:
cessity is Our Business.
Ocala Steam Laundry
402-404 S. Main Street
At This Period Use All
Safeguards lor Comlorts and Well Being
The best and most practical of these is ice ice-your
your ice-your food, conserves your health, increases
you good in ways too numerous to mention-jaoney.
-,.ir ice. It preserves
your pleasure, does
-and all for a little
OCALA ICE &. PACKING CO.
Because they reach the peo peo-of
of peo-of Ocala.
Because the readers of the
STAR know we have an
column and they watch it.
Try a Star Want Ad. and
HAT is it
in need of? Is it a
servant you are
Have you rooms
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
will bring you the
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HEADQUARTERS FOR WIRE FENCE 1
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 prices on it. We are the only dealers in this section of the
country that handle this brand of fence and have demonstrated in the
past that it is absolutely the.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 some phenomenal sales on it and
made many friends and customers. Give us your orders. If the goods
don't make good we wIlL
T T v 1 1 n i
1.50 1 -ur. narry u. junier spent satur satur-l
l satur-l 5Q 'day in Ocala.
135 Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Burtch made a
gO i business trip to Ocala Friday.
1.20 1 reat deal of excitement was
2.05 caused Friday morning by Mr. W. H.
SO Worst's saddle horse breaking loose
I 50 from a hitching post in front of G.
2.55 H. Dyke's store. The horse became
1.45 frightened at a mail bag which was
I SO being carried past him, and it was
1.15 several minutes before he was eap eap-2.30
2.30 eap-2.30 tured.
.SO, Services were held in the Bur Bur-1.90
1.90 Bur-1.90 bank church Sunday, a large attend-
2.25 ance being noted
25; Saturday evening a meeting was
i no held in the New South Farm &
2.45 1 Home Company's office', and plans
2.50'ere made to have Messrs. Y. H.
1.4 5. Worst and Ed. Blankenhorn reopen
2.65; the canning factory. Their chief
1.10 product for the present will be pea pea-.85
.85 pea-.85 nut butter, but ihey will be prepared
1.25; very shortly to can most anything
Tennessee Style in Shucks
Dade City 2.05
Plant City 2.90 j raised by the settlers. Their success
Fares for Children
Tickets for the transportation of
children five years of age and under
twelve, may be sold at one-half the
Dates of Sale
2.15 depends a great deal on the coopera coopera-1.95
1.95 coopera-1.95 tion of all the settlers, and we hope
1.60 j they will help these gentlemen in
.SO any way possible, in order to make it
1.60 a great success.
1.45 i Mr. John Dickerson spent Sunday
1.4 5. with the Peters family east of Daisy.
1.25 j Mr. Charles Brand of Graham Graham-l.OOjVille,
l.OOjVille, Graham-l.OOjVille, spent Sunday with friends in
Mr. Wm. Dickerson spent Sunday
with the Anderson family, in the
I Mr. Hart Langworthy spent Sun Sun-'day
'day Sun-'day in Ocala.
Mr. J. J. Van Koolbergen made a
business trip to Ocala Saturday.
The usual semi-monthly dance
Lady Lake 1.05
Floral City .
Fort White .
; Dressed Poultry,
Fresh Country Eflgs, ;
I Sanitary Dairy j
at stations mentioned above on Nov
25 to 28, inclusive, 1913.
Continuous passage in each direc direction,
tion, direction, final limit to reach original
factory, and a large crowd is expect expected.
ed. expected. Music will be furnished by the
Molin Orchestra, of Fort McCoy.
Every pne is invited to attend.
L. M. E. Anderson was a visitor
starting point Nov. 29, 1913, prior in ocala Tuesday.
W. C. Bogue made a business trip
to Palatka Monday.
Mr. Thos. E. Crosby, of Junction
round-trip Lomax form of, City, ivy., is stopping at the Burbank
Enrtorsfi all tickets "MCP." Inn
to midnight of which date return
trip must be completed. g
Form of Ticket
Usual allowance will govern.
Charles B. Ryan,
Gen. Passenger Agt.
G. Z. Phillips, A. G. P. A.,
John Boisseau, City Ticket Agent.
DISTRICT TWO WILL.
OBSERVE GOOD ROADS DAY
the People Thereof Will
November 21st being designated
by our governor as good roads day
means a great deal, if we will get to together
gether together and use it for its purpose as
we would any other day for some
specific purpose. I hope that every
man in district No. 2 will work. Let
each neighborhood decide on some
road and do a good day's work on
that day. I, myself, will give time
and attention to roads around Dun Dunnellon,
nellon, Dunnellon, and we expect to come out
in a good majority and do some
hardening, stra'wing, cutting, repair repairing
ing repairing and straightening. I hope and
would suggest that some one in each
community will take charge of the
day and also get them lined up for
the working and lets make a good
showing. If we don't rank first in
the county, let us be among the first.
Hoping that all will turn out on
November 21st, I am, yours,
D. G. Watkins,
Mr. Harry C. Miller, the local avi aviator,
ator, aviator, received his new propeller
Monday, and expects to try out his
aeroplane the first of next week.
Mrs. Ralph Daskam is expected to
'return to Burbank on Sunday from
Washington, D. C, where she has
been spending the past two months.
Mrs. E. W. Hill and two daugh daughters,
ters, daughters, of Fort Pierce, are visiting in
I Monday, Mr. Oliver Earle, while
the scaffolding, injuring his right
Geo. II. Dyke was a visitor at Or Orange
ange Orange Springs, Wednesday.
Wednesday was "new roads" day
in Burbank. All the men from the
colony turned out and helped 'build
a new road south-east of town. They
completed a little over one-half mile.
Newberry . 2.15
Orange Lake 80
Plant City 2.90
Pine Mount 3.30
St. Catherine 1.60
Umatilla '. 1.80
Winter Park 2.65
Return Limit: November 29th,
(up to and including this date.)
Fores for Children: Tickets for
the transportation of children five
years of age and undv.r twelve, may
be sold at one-half the above fares,
sufficient to be added to make total
fare end in naught or five. Each
coupon of each such ticket to be
plainly marked, stamped or punched
E. M. NORTH,
Asst. Gen. Passenger Agent.
T. C. WHITE,
Gn. Passenger Agent.
Corner Fort King ATenue
and Magnolia Street.
'Basement of Burnett Building)
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The Texas Wonder cures kidney
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backs, rheumatism, and all irregular irregularities
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bladder troublein children. If not
sold by your druggist, will be sent
by mail on receipt of $1. One small
bottle is two months' treatment, and
seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send
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states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 202 6 Olive St.,
St. Louis, Mo. Sold by druggists. Ad
Weirsdale, Nov. 13. Mr.. M. S.
Carnahan and daughter, came Frir
day and are enjoying Florida climate
on beautiful Lake Weir.
Messrs. J. Connell, F. W. Perrim
and J. M. Douglas were Ocala trad traders
ers traders Wednesday.
Rev. G. V. Albertson, of De Land,
former pastor here, visited with rel
atives and friends from Saturday to
Wednesday. This good man has a
large, warm place in the hearts of
the people here, and all are glad to
know that he is doing such splendid
work in the capacity of State Sunday
school missionary. He will return
next month, and with an assistant,
conduct services on Saturday even evening
ing evening and on Sunday morning, Dec.
Mrs. Jordan, of Florence, Ala., ar arrived
rived arrived Tuesday for a visit with Mr.
and Mrs. C. M. Wilson.
xx. ii. j,iie nas saiipea iwu cars t
fine fruit from his little grove
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
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December, A. D., 1886.
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"blood and mucous surfaces of the
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Take Hall's Family Pills for con constipation.
stipation. constipation. Adv.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Foit King Camp No. 14 meets in
Tonge's Hall at S p. m. every second
Friday. Visiting sovereigns always
welcome. J. F. Thompson, C. C.
I Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. Ad
5Xext meeting, Friday night, Nov. 14.
and has received the highest market
price. He expects to do much better
Wm. Al?op has recently returned
from a much enjoyed visit with
Very low prices for ten days on
all china to make room for new fix fixtures
tures fixtures and stock at The Murray Com Company.
pany. Company. 11-lC-Gr
Orders for cakes, etc
Tions receive prompt
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four years. Doctors advised ampu amputation,
tation, amputation, but he refused and reluctant reluctantly
ly reluctantly tried Bucklin's Arnica Salve as a
j last resort. He then wrote: "I used
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THE OCA LA. EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15. 1913
Sophia Heerdt of Stamford, Conn., is
seriously ill. She is sixty-seven
years of age and has visited in Ocala
on two occasions. Mrs. DeCarap left
for Stamford this afternoon.
I OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS I
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(If you have any items for this department, call phone 100)
Miss norland Complimented by Mi Mi-Johnson
Johnson Mi-Johnson t:
TTTT Tm U fTT n
Daughters of tlie Confederacy
With the president, Mrs. D. E.
Mclver in the chair, Dickison Chap Chapter,
ter, Chapter, U. D. C, met in regular session
Friday at 3 o'clock at Comfort Lodge
for the annual election of orScers
and, to transact other business.
Annual reports were first asked
fGr. The president's report v.as fuiy
and complete. In it Mrs. Mclver paid
a beautiful tribute to the former
president, Mrs. E. M. Howard, who
bad to give up the office on account
of ill health. The recording secretary,
Mrs. S. R. Whaley, also made a full
report. Mrs. R. R. Carroll, corres--
covers rapidly she will no: go
latka but will go to West
o Pa-,? Mi.-s Clara Johnson TJfcarrnlhsIy
Palra entertained last evening in honor of
Bonding secretary, and Mrs. G. S
Scott, historian, .read short reports.
The treasurer, Mrs. D. M. Smith, was
absent, and the registrar, Mrs. J. H.
Livingston, had no report.
Reports of committees came up.
Mrs. S. E. Waterman, chairman of
the credentials committee, respond responded.
ed. responded. Mrs. Strunk of visiting commit committee,
tee, committee, made one visit, which was all
that was necessary- The chairman of
memorial benevolent fund was ab absent.
sent. absent. Mrs. J. R. Moorhead, director
of C. of C. chapter, read a full report
which was concluded by her resigna resignation,
tion, resignation, to take effect immediately, be being
ing being handed in. The chapter reluc reluctantly
tantly reluctantly accepted the resignation. Mrs.
B. H. Sanders was appointed by the
president to take Mrs. Moorhead's
place and the latter was made an as assistant
sistant assistant to Mrs. Sanders. Mrs. Moor Moorhead
head Moorhead spoke informally of the Confed Confederate
erate Confederate Veterans' reunion at Pensa Pensa-cola,
cola, Pensa-cola, adding that every one had a
wonderful and perfectly lovely time.
A ripple of laughter passed thru
the chapter when the president re requested
quested requested all members present not
wearing badges to pay the customary
fine offive cents. The exchequer was
increased thereby forty cents.
The 5th of December was select selected
ed selected as the date for the oyster supper
and fancy work bazaar. The Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club will in all probability be
the place. Special committees were
appointed to carry out the work nec necessitated
essitated necessitated by such an undertaking,
and the chairmen are: Reception,
Mrs. Edward Badger to get place,
Mrs. Waterman and Mrs. Bailey;
cake, Mrs. Louis Lang; candy, Mrs.
G. S. Scott; tea, Misses Alice Bul Bullock
lock Bullock and Annie Atkinson; salad, Mrs.
Sistrunk; fancy work, Mrs. II. II.
Kemp; potato chips, Mrs. James En En-gesser;
gesser; En-gesser; oysters, Mrs. Moorhead; pub publicity,
licity, publicity, Miss Atkinson. Mrs. Blake
and Mrs. Walter Hoodwere appoint appointed
ed appointed as treasurers for that afternoon
Mis. Koonce llntertains for Mi-s ViI
The doors of the handsome Howse
residence on Oklawaha avenue were
thrown wide open this afternoon, the
occasion being, a' reception given by
Mrs. J. C. B. Koonce in compliment
to Miss Mattye-W'illiams, whose mar marriage
riage marriage on next Wednesday evening to
Mr. J. B. Horrell will be one of the
most brilliant events of the winter'
..J h e je n t ir e .lo werfl eo p -of "the h o u s e
was opened en suite and the rooms,
which were decorated in a most
charming manner and with striking
beauty, were a bower of loveliness.
Every light was covered to represent
a huge pink rose, the walls were
covered with graceful asparagus fern
and the chandeliers were twined with
the same feathery vine. Pink roses
and white chrysanthemums filled all
the vases and bowls, and were bank banked
ed banked on the mantle where pink-shaded
candles, which were also placed in
every conceivable place, were gleam gleaming
ing gleaming among the green leaves. In the
alcove of the reception hall, which
was screened by palms, Messrs. Ervin
and Abbott on the piano and violin,
rendered an exquisitely arranged
At the front door the charming
mother of the hostess, Mrs. Frances
Howse, received, assisted by Mrs.
Mamie Howse-Stovall and Mrs. M. A.
Williams. In the reception hall Mrs.
Koonce, elegantly gowned in white
embroidered crepe, greeted her
guests. Standing with her was the
guest of honor, beautiful in a hand handsome
some handsome reception gown, Mrs. R. S. Hall,
Mrs. B. V. Blount of Jacksonville,
Mrs. Robert McDoughal, Mrs. Jack
Camp, Mrs. William Hocker and Miss
The principal feature of the aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon was a linen shower, each
guest bringing a dainty package,
which was laid on a long table in
the dining room by Miss Josephine
Williams. Later the bride-elect sur surrounded
rounded surrounded by her many friends opened
the parcels and found many beautiful
articles which evinced her popular-
From the living room the guests.
! at the invitation of little Miss Mar-
garet Hocker and Master Harrington
j Hall, who will be flower girl and
ring bearer to Miss Williams, passed
into the library, which had been
! transformed into a lover's retreat by
The election of officers resulted as the use of hundreds of pink hearts
follows: Mrs. D. E. Mclver, who has ( of all sizes, arranged to form a
been filling the unexpired term of canopy beneath which was the pret pret-Mrs.
Mrs. pret-Mrs. Howard, was unanimously elect- tily appointed punch table presided
ed president; first vice president, j over by the hostess' lovely niece
Mrs. W. W. Harriss; second vice j Miss Minnie Stovall and Misses Lydia
president, Mrs. John Bailey; record- McDoughal and .Mary Burford, all of
ing secretary, Miss Annie M
son; corresponding secretary, Mrs. J
C. Caldwell; treasurer, Mrs. A. A
.U?i KJna Borland of Fort M
; who Hhe lovely- --fccusagiie
j Mi? Annie Atkinses The affair was
very informal, the evening's diver
sions varying to suit the inclinations
i?)f the guests. Some played auction.
1 others danced and those pausing be
tween the two found delight m toast toasting
ing toasting marshmellows. The lower floor
of the heme of Mr. and Mrs. Johnson
was artistically decorated, the color
note, pink and white, being pro pronounced
nounced pronounced by the use of many roses,
interspersed with fern. The lights
were all shaded in pink and candles j
lent an additional soft glow. Miss j
Johnson greeted her guests wearing j
a pretty costume of pink chiffon, and
Miss Borland -wore blue messaline
with a silver beaded over-dress of
net which was daintily trimmed with
tiny pink rosebuds.
At 11 o'clock Miss Johnson, assist assisted
ed assisted by her mother served delicious
refreshments consisting of fruit
salad, sandwiches, cheese balls, sal sal-tines,
tines, sal-tines, olives, hot chocolate with
cream and pink and white mints.
Enjoying the hostess' pretty party
besides the guest of honor were
Misses Fanny Robinson, Marie von
Engelken, Alice Bullock, Minnie
Stovall, Annie Laurie Perry, Annie
Atkinson, Messrs. Ralph Robinson,
O. B. Howse, W. B. Gallagher, Henry
Spencer, Holmes Walters, Frederick
Hocker, A. J. Beck and Dr. Harry
Mrs. B. W. Blount arrived this
afternoon from Jacksonville and will
be a guest in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. R. S. Hall until after the mar marriage
riage marriage of Miss Williams to Mr. Hor Horrell
rell Horrell Wednesday.
Atkin- whom looked unusually attractive in
i evening dresses. Surrounding the
Winer; historian, Mrs. R. R. Carroll;
registrar, Mrs. S. E. Waterman.
There being no further business
the chapter adjourned.
Mrs. B. T. Perdue left this after afternoon
noon afternoon for Wildwood, having been
summoned by wire to the bedside of
Mr. Perdue, who is very ill. Mrs.
Perdue had intended leaving Monday
for Palatka to attend the Inland Wa Waterways
terways Waterways Convention, and going from
there to West Palm Beach to remain
until after Christmas with Mrs. R. H.
Macey, but Mr. Perdue's illness has
changed her plans and unless he re-
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John McGraw and Christy Mathew-
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BREAKING INTO the BIG LEAGUE
Maurice Costello and Clara Kimball
Young in the Vitagraph drama
A FAITHFUL SERVANT
THE MAGICIAN FISHERMAN
6:30 to 10 p. m.
1 5 and 10 Cents
hand-painted bowl filled with4 re refreshing
freshing refreshing grapefruit punch, were
sprays of fern and pink roses.
In the dining room, where Mrs. E.
L. Carney received, pink was again
the prevaling tint. The table was
covered with a drawn-work cloth
over pink satin, and in the center
was a vase of gorgeous pink roses
resting on a reflector. Suspended
above the table was a large wedding
bell of pink edged with a circle of
pink roses. The clapper was a pink
electric light and was twined with
fern. Silver candlesticks on the ta table
ble table were filled with pink candles un under
der under rose-colored shades. The bon bonbon
bon bonbon dishes were filled with pink
mints and little white satin Cinder Cinderella
ella Cinderella slippers filled with rice, were
placed around the reflector. Seated
at this attractive table were Mrs. R.
A. Burford and Mrs. Richard McCon McCon-athy,
athy, McCon-athy, who poured tea and coffee. A
bevy of pretty girls in pink party
dresses, namely: Misses Stella. Nina,
Nettie and Clarita Camp, Martha
Kate and Louise Rentz, passed the
refreshments. The plates were most
tempting in appearance and contain contained
ed contained delicious turkey salad, olives, salt salted
ed salted almonds, wafers, frozen cream de
minte capped with a green cherry
and black coffee with toasted marsh marsh-mellows.
mellows. marsh-mellows. Mrs. Koonce's parties are always
numbered among the most beautiful
and perfectly appointed affairs given
in Ocala and the one today honoring
Miss Williams and attended by near nearly
ly nearly an hundred guests, will not only
be numbered among the most elegant
in the series of pre-nuptial entertain entertainments,
ments, entertainments, but will take a foremost
place in the winter's social functions.
Mr. F. W. Ditto returned this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon from Atlanta, where he went
to carry his brother, Mr. Raiford
Ditto, who has been ill so long.
Mrs. Elmer DeCamp received word
this morning that her mother, Mrs.
Mrs. John Bailey is entertaining
her aunt, Mrs. Dr. Lewis for a few
days. Mrs. Lewis was formerly of
Irvine but now makes her home in
St. Augustine with her daughter,
Mrs. John B. Floyd.
Miss Bettie Mclver will go to Lake
Weir tomorrow to be the guest of
Mrs. H. W. Henry until Tuesday.
Mrs. Baxter Cam and daughter,
Miss Mary, are having a pleasant
week-end visit with friends at' Island
Mrs. S. R. Whaley left today for
Madison, to visit her mother, who,
the Star regrets to say, is quite ill.
Mr .and Mrs. F. T. Schreiber and
Miss Dorothy Schreiber motored to
Orlando today to be the week-end
guests of Ilev.,jrttTtr!"jlTa LlittUMrs.
Gray. .. -- ''
Misses Carrie and Dora Pelot left
this afternoon fiNySt. Augustine,
after a pleasant-tenSays' visit to
relatives. They jxpect to return to
their home at 6wens some time( in
Mrs. H. H. Paulling and baby, aft after
er after a pleasant visit to Mr. and Mrs.
C. C. Bailey, returned today to their
home at Leesburg.
John McGraw and Christy Math Math-ewson
ewson Math-ewson in "Breaking Into the Big
League," a gripping story with thrills
and laughs, in two reels, at the Tem Temple
ple Temple theater tonight. 11-15-lt
Solid silver articles, : anything 3011
may wish and appropriate for wed wedding
ding wedding or other presents, at A. E.
Burnett's jewelry store. 11-13-tf dw
If you want prompt service and
first class work in cleaning and
pressing,- call phone 217. Harper
Will find the cuisine and
service at the Ocala
House Cafe just right.
Meals a la carte served
at all hours from 6 a. m.
IO p. m. Our rates will
he found as low as good
food and high-class ser service
vice service will allow. Eat here
today and see for yourself.
W e have the most complete line of
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
Fancy Vests are very popular this season, You will
have a fine variety to choose from here.
IBo Masttes C(D.
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
Harrington Hall Hotel Building Fort King Avenue
ffi mT 1 T1JT1
IX PALATKA TODAY
Palatka News: Senator Duncan U.
Fletcher will arrive in this city from
Washington a little before noon on
Saturday and will go direct to the
Putnam House where quarters have
been reserved for him till noon of
next week Wednesday. Senator Flet Fletcher
cher Fletcher will preside at the Putnam
County Farmers Convention which
meets at the court house at 2 p. m.
Saturday, and as president of the
Mississippi to Atlantic Inland Water Waterways
ways Waterways Association he will also preside
over the meetings "of the association
in this city next Monday and Tuesday.
Whenever You Need a General Tonic
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
chill Tonic is equally valuable as a
General Tonic because it contains the
well known tonic properties of QUININE
and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives
out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and
Builds up the Whole System. 50 cents.
ManriijBitoi Ml IoM
Ocala's Best Hotel and Best Cafe.
Only Hotel in the City with Steam Heat.
Rooms $1 a Day Popular Priced
and Up. Cafe.
Migrlhi Grarl2 IPpiotttogr
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Special Work Returned Same
All Missing Buttons Replaced.
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and Pressing Department to
the Gray W agon also.
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ON TRIAL AT DeLAND
DeLand, Nov. 15. Rev. F. Hoff Hoffman,
man, Hoffman, former superintendent of the
Methodist Orphanage at Enterprise,
was placed on trial in court here this
morning charged with wronging girls
of tender years placed in his charge
at that time. The case is one of the
most sensational ever placed on trial
in this county and is attracting wide
attention. The senior class of the
Stetson law school is attending and
taking notes. The defendant is be being
ing being prosecuted by Prosecuting At Attorney
torney Attorney Cary D. Landis, assisted by
his law partner. Judge Bert Fish,
and is being defended by Murray
Sema, assisted by Stewart & Bly.
FAILURE OF A LONG
New York, Xov. 15. The failure
of H. B. Hollins & Co., an old estab
lished banking and brokerage house,
with international connections, was
announced simultaneously yesterday
on the Stock Exchange, and in the
United States district court.
Wooster, Ohio, Xov. 14. Three
persons were killed and a dozen in injured,
jured, injured, one probably fatally when an
l;eastbound Pennsylvania train was
wrecked near here last night.
NOTICE TO MEMBERS
OF GIRLS' CANNING CLUBS
Members of the Girls' Canning
Club of Marion county are urged to
get their exhibits in readiness for
the contest to be held at the fair.
Those who have not sent in their re reports
ports reports and essays will please do so at
once. Remember, that each mem member
ber member who sends in her report and es essay
say essay will receive a beautiful club pin
from the Woman's Club of Ocala,
and every one sending in their
goods to be exhibited at the fair
will receive passes for Thursday and
Friday of fair week, the passes be being
ing being given by the fair association.
Mrs. J. R. Moorhead,
In Charge of Girls' Canning Clubs of
Mrs. Moorhead will be at the fair
grounds Saturday, Xov. 22nd, to re receive
ceive receive all papers.
NERVOUS AND SICK HEADACHES
Torpid liver, constipated bowels
and disordered stomach are the
causes, of these headaches. Take
Dr. King's Xew Life Pills, you will
be surprised how quickly you will
get relief. They stimulate the dif different
ferent different organs to do their work prop properly..
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er liver and bowels. Take 25 cents and in invest
vest invest in a box today. At all drug druggists
gists druggists or by mail. H. E. Bucklin
& Company, Philadelphia, or St.
Beautiful cut glass in exquisite
designs arid many different articles.
The thing for wedding gifts. At Bur
nett's jewelry store.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
The Ocala Lodge Xo. 699, Loyal
j Order of Moose, meets each Thursday
evening at 8 o'clock in the Moose
building. Visiting brothers are in invited
vited invited to attend our meetings.
Geo. F. Mershon, Dictator.
E. L. Stapp, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHLS
Ocala Loage Xo. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over the Jani-s Carlisle
'drugstore. A cordial welcome to vls vls-liting
liting vls-liting brothers. D. W. Tompkins, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. R. S.
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HEAVY PRESSURE ON HUERTA
United States will Not Resume Ne Negotiations
gotiations Negotiations Unless he -Yields
Washington, Xov. 15. The Wash Washington
ington Washington government will not resume
negotiations with those officials close
to Huerta who are now urging furth further
er further parleys until assurance can be giv given
en given of Provisional President Huerta's
intention to resign.
This was the status "of the Mexican
situation last night. Efforts by
counsellors to Huerta to persuade
John Lind at Vera Cruz to reopen
the entire situation had not been suc successful
cessful successful at a late hour, it was reported
here, Mr. Lind refusing to go back
to Mexico City unless some definite
promises were forthcoming from
OF INTEREST AND VALUE
Florida Christian Advocate: Rev.
J. B. Ley, our pastor at Ocala, is
writing a series of weekly articles
which are appearing in the Saturday
Tampa Times. They are historical
sketches, written in the delightful
style of Brother Ley, which makes
them very readable, and the history
given therein is of real value. Few
men know Florida as Brother Ley
-does, for he traveled the state when
a child, as the eon of an itinerant
preacher, and since his manhood he
has been going in that capacity. He
is in a position to give facts first
hand. We congratulate the Times,
the author, and -the readers of the
Music and musical instruments
and all parts at the Murray Com Company.
pany. Company. ll-13-3t
The Ocala Beauty Parlor at Miss
Affleck's is growing in popularity
every day under the management of
Miss X. V. Lambert. t 11-lJ-tf
Pretty articles in fine wrought
gold, rings, pins, chains, bracelets,
watches, etc., at Burnett's jewelry
NEARLY EVERY CHILD
Paleness, at times a flushed face, face,-unnatural
unnatural face,-unnatural hunger, picking the nose,
great thirst, etc., are indications of
worms. Kickapoo Worm Killer is a
thorough medicine for the removal
of all kinds 'of worms from children
and adults. Kickapoo Worm Killer,
in pleasant candy form, aids diges digestion,
tion, digestion, tones the system, overcomes
constipation and increases the action
of the liver. Is perfectly safe for
even the most delicate children.
Kickapoo Worm Killer makes child children
ren children happy and healthy. 25 cents.
Guaranteed. Try it. Drug stores,
or by mail. Kickapoo Indian Medi Medicine
cine Medicine Company, Philadelphia or St.
Two hundred and sixty-seven
acres, one half mile from Santos on
S. A. L. Railroad, all under fence;
two hundred acres under cultiva cultivation;
tion; cultivation; house 40x40; barn 15x20; fif fifteen
teen fifteen acres pine timber; ten acres
hard wood; well watered; price,
Also one hundred and seventy seventy-four
four seventy-four acres southeast of Ocala; five
outbuildings; barn 32x40; six-room
dwelling house in good repair; eight
room stone house in course of con construction
struction construction with all material on the
Also two small farms of eighty
and fifty-four acres respectively, un unimproved.
improved. unimproved. See H. A. Kramer, or owner, A.
A. Mathews, Ocala, Fla. 10-1-tf
OCALA SEED STORE
Florida Seed Rye, per bushel $3.
Florida 90 Day Oats, per bu. $1.
S. C. Rust Proof Oats, bushel $1.
Of Administratrix Sale
Notice is hereby given that Laura
C. Dillard, administratrix of the es estate
tate estate of Samuel J. Dillard, deceased,
will sell at public sale at Summer Summer-field
field Summer-field at 10 o'clock a. m.,, on
Wednesday, the 19th day of Novem November,
ber, November, 1913
the following personal property: 200
barrels of ear corn and 12 ton3 of
peavine hay; said sale to be made
pursuant to section 1412 of the gen
eral statutes of Florida, and for the
reason that the said property is
perishable and would be rendered
worse for keeping.
Laura C. Dillard.
Administratrix of the Estate of Sam
uel J. Dillard, Deceased. ll-G-10t
Address, Summerfield, Fla.
Xotic-e is hereby iriven that sealed
'oils will be rectivei by the board of
county ccTnnfiIiitr.rs of Marion coun county,
ty, county, at" their meetir. to be hell
Monday, Decfml.fr Sjh, 1913
fr, rve ia.-e of the county convicts for
tr.e vear It 14. re.rervir. the right to
u?a V) or more men on .the county
roa-i- and to reject any and all iM.
Kr orirr of the board of- county
co-nmi --loner-, November 4th. 1!13.
P. H. NUGENT.
Clerk of the Board of County Commis Commissioners.
sioners. Commissioners. Marion County. 11-8-sat -1 w
OPEN DAY AND 'CIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.
NOW ON DISPLAY.
NO FIT-HQ PAY.
Holder Block, Rooms 9 and 10.
OPEN ALL NIGHT
Oak or Pine,
Prompt delivery any-
where in the city.
Ocala Wood Yard,
MOSES & NASSER,
Cor. Magnolia & Jefferson Sts.
FRESH CANE JUICE I
25c per gallon. ;
AdVice of Mother no Doubt Pre Prevents
vents Prevents Daughter's Untimely End.
Ready, Ky. I was not able to do
anything for nearly six months," writes
Mrs. Laura Bratcher, of this place, "and
was down in bed for three months.
1 cannot tell you how I suffered with
my head, and with nervousness and
Our family doctor told my husband he
could not do me any good, and he had
to give it up. We tried another doctor,
but he did not help me.
At last, my mother advised me to take
Cardui, the woman's tonic. 1 thought
it was no use for 1 was nearly dead and
nothing seemed to do me any good. But
I took eleven bottles, and now I am able
to do all of my work and my own
1 think Cardui is the best medicine in
the world. My weight has increased,
and I look the picture of health.
If you suffer from any of the ailments
peculiar to women, get a bottle of Cardui
today. Delay is dangerous. We know
it will help you. for it has helped so
many thousands of other weak women
in the past 50 years.
At all druggists.
Writ tor Chatar.cc?a Kdidr.e Co- Ladled
Advisory Dew.. Craancsoi, Term-, for ifedl
fnttrmrtijxi on year ease and 64-pa book. "Horn
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THE OCALA EVEXIXG STAR, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1913
P. D. ODELL
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
Estimates on any kind
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Careful Estimates Made on All Con
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work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
A Duty tliat Every Man Owes to Those
who Perpetuate the Race.
It is just as important that men should
know of progressive methods in adTance ot
motherhood. The suffering, pain and dis distress
tress distress incident to child-bearing can be easily
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He marked a good si2ed square on
the planking, mindful that the7 copper
outside would help to chock the infiow.
and set to paring the wood away as
evenly as he could with the chisel. It
was Oregon pine and came off in
bright, clean shavings, sticky with
gum. He dug deeper and deeper: the
square sank into the yellow timber: he
was as assiduous as ever, though the
effort became harder to keep the sur surface
face surface flat and uniform. lie was drip dripping
ping dripping with sweat: the as was heavy
and extremely awkward to hold,
cramping his right hand and annoying
bim with its cumbersome handle.
Dropping the chisel, he ran his hand
down the ax handle, gripped and. aim aiming
ing aiming the blunt end of the ax at the ap aperture,
erture, aperture, let fly with all his strength.
There was a flash of greenish water,
a stupefying roar, a blow in his chest
that hurled him sprawling backward,
drenched, confused, almost senseless.
Even at that depth the water was un under
der under a colossal pressure: it was as
though a geyser had opened in the
ship's side: the stream ran solid for six
or seven feet, curved and burst Matt
staggered up and regarded it with awe.
dizzily trying to collect his bewildered
senses. Good God. how would the
pumps ever cope with it! The whole
ocean was pouring in: it did not seem
she could last an hour.
By degrees he recovered some com composure,
posure, composure, collected the tools and flung
them into the blackest recesses of the
hold so that they might not rise in
There Was a Flash of Greenish Water,
a Stupefying Roar.
judgment against him, for he knew the
short shrift he would get were the act
brought home to him. He drew him himself
self himself up the hatch, caught the coaming,
and with a sailor's alertness sprang
out on the trade room floor, where,
trailing water like a spaniel, he hur hurriedly
riedly hurriedly closed the cover, stamping it
into place with bis feet. Then with
unspeakable relief he went to the
door, listened, opened it a few Inches
and peeped cautiously into the pas-
j sage way.
He looked straight into Chris' eyes
She signaled him to hurry across. He
did so at a bound, closing the cabin
door behind him. putting his back to
it like a hunted man.
"Get me some dry clothes quick." he
panted. "The schooner's done for
I've put a hole in her you could shove
your two fists through."
The leak was not reported till sup supper
per supper time, when Krantz broke in on
the party like a whirlwind. The up uproar
roar uproar that ensued was as welcome to
I him as it was dismaying to the gal
vanized.mate and to the pallid, stutter stuttering
ing stuttering Schwartz. Brandeis was on deck
In a moment, bawling orders in a
voice like a bull; Schwartz behind him.
as white as a corpse: Krantz next,
his whiskers flying and his heavy tread
resounding as he stumbled forward to
call all hands.
Naked to the waist, a couple of men
were working the handspikes of the
pump, which was hoarsely flooding the
scuppers. The canvas covers had been
cut from the whale boat, and beside
it. in a little heap, the Japs. Yonida
and Fusi. were stacking provisions and
with a tin saucepan were filling a pair
of breakers from the water butt? Tm Tm-main
main Tm-main hatch was open, gaping to the
sky. and within its depths could be
heard a wicked, gurgling sound, swish
ing to and fro with the roll of the ship.
At the break of the poop, and show showing
ing showing that Crandeis had at last discover
ed the source of danger, was the mate
himself, vociferously directing the ef
forts to draw a trysail over the leak
and up to the opposite side.
A bellowing command brought Matt
iu-ine urstc. ;ni3 a second later ne was
striving with the rest and as energetic energetically
ally energetically bny to accomplish the impossible,
for h? knew the bole was too near the
keelson to be likely to suck he had
cut it tl ere for tint very reason but
he woriifl with a wi!! nevertheless,
glad to e!':de suspicion by an appear appearance
ance appearance of zv:l and shr.Wer stiil at the
niuri::"rs abor.t him. whK-h. although
in J-rmar.. ;ain!v itnr lied hopeless
r.e-v a :;d !":-::!!rv
Itrnn-Ie's repe-ivd examinations of
the ho!d. from whrh !; emerged likr
a drowr.e i r-:t. arM-nre,! to shmr th-it I
the water was ::::ining on them. I
t:ou!i Matt was not half as sure that j
the confounded trysail was not check- I
ing the leak to some degree.
Matt snatched an opportunity to tell
Chris to keep a sharp watch on the
binnacle -o;npass. The Esmeralda's :
course was W. S. W.. and he asked
her to warn him in ease it were al- I
tered by even a point. To have it
altered was his one consuming desire,
for it meant the culmination of his
plan and the shortening of those
dreaded hours in the whaler. Were
the schooner laid for the nearest land
she might be kept afloat to reach it.
sparing them an ordeal Matt had expe experienced
rienced experienced before.
Half sinking as the boat was. Bran Brandeis
deis Brandeis kept hor at it. with no weakening
of his resolve to drown her under rath rather
er rather than turn aside.
At midnight, after another stormy
altercation between the two. Schwartz
seemed to win a grudging consent to
get the wireless into operation. A
slender pointed steel pole was run
aloft. Herman installed his apparatus
at the foot of the foremast and. with
no pretensions of secrecy and as ob oblivious
livious oblivious of Matt as he was of the rest
of the crew, calmly harnessed himself
to the wires.
There was no change in the Esmer Esmeralda's
alda's Esmeralda's course. Thus the night passed,
and by morning it was plain the ship
was doomed. She was submerged to
the channels, and had a sickening,
undecided movement as she sank in
the trough of the sea. The men look looked
ed looked at one another, wondering each
time if she wou'd ever rise again, or
simply founder then and there and go
down like a stone.
The acquiescence of the crew filled
Matt with amazement and a bitter,
mounting anger. He tried to instill into
them something of his own fury: point pointed
ed pointed and made signs at the boat; urged
them to mutiny, to get away before
the ship sank under them. But they
listened unmoved, though not without
a strained, hungry expression. Life is
sweet, and there it was towing a hun
dred feet behind-them, while Brandeis
with no weapon but his strident voice
held them to a cotfin.
By 9 o'clock land was sighted or.
the port bow. but it caused no relaxa relaxation
tion relaxation of the killing routine, nor any
change in the ship's course. Matt
watched it with an exasperation not to
be described. Over there was safety:
over there, not fifteen miles away, was
the end of all their troubles white
beaches, palms, people, law. security.
Yet they must stick like flies on a
sieve at the behest of that infernal
But no one pr.id any attention to him.
though if he had fallen behind or
shirked he knew he would have fared
badly. Fo lie kept at it till his arms
seemed wrenched from their sockets,
till his heart was ready to burst in
a blind, dizzy agony to hold his own
with his companions. At intervals the
wireless clicked and buzzed: at once,
at some message it caught from space,
there was much congratulation and
even a thin cheer.
The ship was settling fast; .at every
lurch Matt expected her to founder: she
sickened in the depths of the swell,
quivered, and threatened to rise no
more. Never was there a gladder sound
than Brandeis' order to leave her be
fore she left them.
The whaler was drawn up to her
quarter, and a hurried descent made
into her, the first comers seizing the
oars and preparing to back away, in
case the Esmeralda suddenly went
Instead of making sail and setting
a course. Brandeis unshipped his tiller
and allowed the boat to bob as she
pleased. Matt became very perplexed
and anxious. Why did they drift there
and do nothing? He longed for the
command to step the mast. The mate
half stood up in the stern sheets as
thouch at last to give it. but instead
of an order it was a shout, with his
hand pointing joyfully to leeward
Smoke on the lee horizon! A steamer's
smoke, dimming the the azure with a
A CONSUMPTIVE COUGH
A cough that bothers you contin continually
ually continually io one of the danger signals
which warns you of consumption.
Dr. King's New Discovery stops the
cough, loosens the chest, banishes
fever and lets you sleep peacefully.
The first dose checks the smyptoms
and gives prompt relief. Mrs. A. F.
Mertz. of Glen Ellyn, Iowa, writes:
"Dr. King's New Discovery cured a
stubborn cough after six weeks' doc doc-tering
tering doc-tering failed to help." Try it, as it
will do the same for you. Best
medicine for coughs and colds,
throat, and lung troubles. Money
back if it fails. Price 50 cents and
$1. All druggists, by mail. H. E.
Bucklin & Co., Philadelphia or St.
CHAPTER NO. 13, K. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday in every month at
1:20 p. m. C. B. Connor, H. P. i
Jake Brow", Secretary. Ad
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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 season's show
will be by far the best in the history of the
Special low rates have been
granted on all Railroads leading into
For information address:
C. CARMICHAEL, D. S. WILLIAMS,
GEO. J. BLITCH,
Tulula Lodge No. 22, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every
Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock ( in
Yonge's Hall, Fort King avenue. Vis Visitors
itors Visitors in the city invited to be with as
G. L. Taylor. X. G.
W. L. Colbert. Secretary. Adv.
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that the un-dr.-isrned
euardian will apply to the
Honorable W E. Smith, judare of the
countv juJse's court of Marion county,
Florida, at his office in Ocala, Florida,
ISlh day of November, 1913,
at 10 o'clock a. m., for an order author authorizing
izing authorizing the private sale of the reversion reversion-arv
arv reversion-arv Interest of Elizabeth E. Galloway,
a 'minor, in the following- described
1. A tract of land in Candler, Marion
county. Florida, abutting Garden of
Eden Lake, formerly owned by Mr.
Shultz. containing 10-22 100 acres.
2. Lot 1 of Davis addition to the
totvn of Candler. Florida, according to
plat bv E. W. Kent and filed 5n the of office
fice office of the clerk of the circuit court for
Marion county, Florida, containing by
estimation 5-6 100 acres.
Elizabeth A. Galloway.
Guardian for Elizabeth E. Galloway.
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NOTICE OF ELECTIOX
Ocala, Fla., Nov. 8th, 1S13.
Under and by authority vested in the
undersigned as mayor of the city of
Ocala, a municipal corporation organ organized
ized organized and existing under the laws of
the state of Florida. I hereby proclaim
and give notice that a municipal elec election
tion election for the city of Ocala is hereby
called and will be held in the said city
of Ocala, Marion county, Florida, on
9th Day of December, A. D. 1913
for the purpose of electing a mayor of
the said city; also a councilman at
large of said city; also one council councilman
man councilman from the first ward; also one
councilman from the second ward; also
two councilmen from the third ward,
to-wit: One to serve as regular coun councilman
cilman councilman from said ward and one to nil
the unexpired term of Mr. B. A.
Weathers, resigned; also one council councilman
man councilman from the fourth ward for the said
city aforesaid, and hereby appoint the
inspectors and clerks as follows:
Ward No. 1. George Stuart, F. B.
Beckham. J. A. Chandler, inspectors;
and O. B. Howse. clerk.
Ward No. 2. C. H. Mathews. T. D.
Lancaster and Isaac Stevens, as inspec inspectors:
tors: inspectors: and H. H. Whetstone, clerk.
Ward No. 3. Wm. A. JefTeoat, E. P.
Martin, L. Hurst, as inspectors; and
Jno. K. Bailev, clerk.
Ward No. 4. E. W. Kraybill, A. Y.
Strunk and I. W. Ogle, a? inspectors;
and R. C. Loveridse. clerk.
Seal) J. d: ROBERTSON.
H. C. SISTRUNK, Clerk. 11-S-Sat 4t
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NOTICE, SCHOOL, BUILDING
Sealed bids will be received by J. H.
Brinson, superintendent, on behalf of
the Board of Public Instruction of
Marion county, Florida, at hi3 office In
Ocala, Florida, until Tuesday, the 10th
day of December at 12 m., for the con construction
struction construction of a school building for the
said board in Dunnellon, Florida, in
accordance with plans and specifica specifications
tions specifications prepared by 2. C. Hosford & Co.,
architects, Eastman, Ga.
Bids will also be received at the same
time and place, for the installation of
steam heating and plumbing systems
in said building in accordance with
plans and specifications prepared by
A copy of the plans and specifica specifications
tions specifications can ba seen at the office of the
superintendent of public instruction in
the court house at Ocala, Florida, at
the office of Mr. G. W. Neville, at the
Bank Of Dunnellon in Dunnellon. Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, at the office of Louis A. Fort, su supervising
pervising supervising architect. Lakeland. Fla.,
and at the office of the architects E. C.
Hosford & Co., at Eastman. Ga. A
copy of the plans and specifications
can be obtained from the said archi
tects at Eastman. Ga., on receipt, of a
deposit of $15.00 to guarantee their
safe return to the architects on or be before
fore before the date of receiving bids.
By order of the Board of Public In Instruction
struction Instruction of Marion County. Florida,
this 4th day of November, 1S13.
J. H. Brinson.
Secretary of the Board of Public
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