The Ocala evening star


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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Physical Description:
v. : ; 61 cm.
Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date:
daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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University of Florida
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NO. 105.


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Ecch Tfcne Year Interest Draws
over Monroe & Chambliss B'k.
Rooms 9, 10 and 11 1 Second Floor,
Holder Block,
Office Over -Commercial Bank
Office Hoars, 8 to 12 a. nx, 1 to 5
p. in. Piione 211.
Physician and Snrcecn
General Practice Calls Made Prompt Promptly,
ly, Promptly, Might or. Day.
Special Attention to Obstetrics, Dis
r eases of Women and Children,
Office Rooms 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6, Holder
'Building, Second Floor. Phones,
Office No. 333; Residence No. 333
Contractor and Builder
Plans ana Specifications Furnished
Upon Request.
129 Sonth Third Street
Graduate of the United States Col-
lege of Veterinary Surgeons,
Located at the Jonea Tlospltat on Sonth
" v FIrat Street, Weat
All Calls Promptly Answered.
Accurate Building Plans, Blue Prints
and Specifications made. Lands Bur
veyed and Platted. Close Estimates
made on Erection of Buildings. of any
character by contract or on commis
aion basis. vrne or consult ma at
- Room 27, Holder Dloek
Funeral Directors :
Ucderfakers and Erabalcicrs
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
ALFRED H. OWEV, Funeral Director.
All Z Work ; Done by Licensed Em-
. balmers and Fully Guaranteed.
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.--K 1 W. F. BLESCH, Prcrletor.
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Spirit of Selplo May lUae from
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Ramai Standards

Rome, Italy, Sept. 29.--It Is officially
announced that Italy and Turkey are
in a state of war, beginning at 2:30
o'clock this, Friday, afternoon.
. The reason given is Turkey's failure
tor meet the demands of the Italian
government as stated in the ultimatum
to Constantinople yesterday,
Italy will provide for the safety of
her own citizens Jn Tripoli and Cyrene.
and also will safeguard the live and
interests of the citizens of other na nations
tions nations there.
Blockade of the entire Tripolitan
coast, and that of Cyrenlca will be un undertaken
dertaken undertaken at once. Notifications of this
act has been sent to all neutral pow powers.
ers. powers.
The minister of marine, it is under understood,
stood, understood, ordered the fleet off the coast
of Tripoli to act immediately. Dis Dispatches
patches Dispatches .were sent to the fleet com commander
mander commander immediately after the cabinet
meeting had adjourned. ?
The official .announcement of the
teclaration or war was made imme immediately
diately immediately after, adjournment of the ses session
sion session of the cabinet called this morning
to consider Turkey's reply to Italy's
ultimatum. The Turkish answer to
Italy's note was found unsatisfactory.'
, Minister of Foreign Affairs Signer dl
San GIvilano received the reply of the
Turkish government from the Turkish
ambassador this morning and imme immediately,"
diately," immediately," went into -aN conference with
his associates of the ministry.
11 the hoarse, startling cough of a
child, suddenly attacked by croup. Oft Often
en Often it aroused Lewis Chamblin of Man Manchester,
chester, Manchester, O., (It. R. No. 2) for their four
children were greatly, subject to croup.
"Sometimes In j severe attacks," : he
wrote, "we" were afraid they ; would
die, but since we have proved what a
certain remedy Dr. King's" New Dis Discovery
covery Discovery is, we have no fear. We rely
on it for croup and for coughs, colds,
or any throat or lung trouble." So
do thousands of others. So may you.
Asthma, hay fever, lagrlppe, whoop whooping
ing whooping cough and hemorrhages fly before
it. Fifty cents and $1. Trial bottle
free. Sold by Tydlngs &. Company.
May be Coincident with the Attack on
f TrlpollKntlre Tarklah Conat
Will he Blockaded
Chiasse, .-Switzerland, SeptJ 30. The
Italian fleet has been ordered to main maintain
tain maintain a close blockade of the Tripolitan
coast to "prevent landing of further re
inforcements from Turkish ports.
Secret-" instructions' have been issued
from Rome for a strategic distribution
of the warships along" the Albanian,
Macedonian and Syrian coasts, as soon
as action is begun, to -prevent any at
tempt by the Turks' to attack the
Italian coast through the medium t of
privateers. The commanders of the
ships have been instructed to- defend
not, only Italians but all foreigners in
Ottoman territory.- C
The Italian expedition consists of a
complete army corps. It will be .used
in its entirety if need arises..- It will
be under the command of Gen. C. Ca-
neva. His instructions are that the
occupation of Tripoli and Cyrene shall
be conducted with the least possible
delay but With prudence, so as to avoid
both foreign complications and unnec unnecessary
essary unnecessary bloodshed.
nocTons Avn tin.
,-'' Tti tilVE CAI.OMRI.
After-EfTeeta ITneertala and Often
Dangeroua Dodaon'a ,Lim Tone,
a Mild Medldne, Take
" Ita Place
The use of calomel has been stopped
n thousands of homes. Dodson's Liver
Tone, a pleasant, vegetable liver tonic
that is a perfect substitute for calomel
in curing constipation and biliousness,
is taken Instead. Dodson's Liver Tone
is absolutely harmless and Its ; use is
not followed by nauseau arid another
attack of constipation as often hap happens
pens happens "after taking calomeL The Court
Pharmacy has sold so much Dodson's
Liver Tone' and it has been so satis
factory wherever iaken, that they
guarantee to give any person his mon money,
ey, money, back if he does not find it a perfect
substitute for calomel No restriction
of habits or diet is -necessary.
AsralBMt Italy for the Attaek, on Tar-
Key Coll It "Political nrpocrlay
Berlin,' Germany, Sept. 30. The Ger
man press spares no words In con condemning
demning condemning Italy's action. The Lokal
Anzieger, a newspaper in close touch
with the foreign office says:
"A state with even the slightest re
gard for Its honor -can only answer
no.' ' :r. V--r'
The Frankfurter Zeitung declares
that civilized Europe, disregarding po political:
litical: political: differences must protest against
such "open pillage and naked vio" vio"-Ience."
Ience." vio"-Ience." , ".--'
The Zeitung Ammitig says:" "One
must go back; to the partition of Po
land to find a similar example of pol pol-litical
litical pol-litical hypocrisy. Only mighty Italy
may play the band it.'
J. A. Maple, 125 S. 7tb St., Steuben Steuben-ville,
ville, Steuben-ville, O., says: "For years I suffered
from weak kidneys and a severe blad bladder
der bladder trouble. I learned .of Foley Kid Kidney
ney Kidney Pills and their wonderul cures.
so I; began ; taking them, and, sure
enough, I had as good results as any I
heard about. My backache left me.
and to one of my business, express expressman,
man, expressman, that alone is a great advantage.
My Kidneys acted free and normal,
and that saved me a lot of misery. It Is
now a .pleasure to work where It us
ed to be a misery. Foley Kidney Pills
have1" 'Cured me and "have my highest
praide," Sold "by the Court Pharmacy.
Thoaaanda "of Tarka and Arafca Ready
' ,:;to Repel ItaUaaa at Trtpai
Tripoli, Sept 30. After a nl-ht of
panic the Mohammedan population was

stirred to frenzy yesterday morning
when daybreak presented to their view
a strong Italian fleet of warships an

chored in the harbor with gunstrain-
ed on the city, decks cleared for ac
tion and orders at "quarters.
It Is believed that the bombardment
and the landing of troops will soon
begin. Hordes of armed natives and
Turkish soldiers swarmed to the har harbor
bor harbor front: ready to repel the attack.
The warships later moved a little fur
ther out to sea.
nows THIS
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re Reward
ward Reward for any case of Catarrh that can
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have known F.
J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and
believe him : perfectly honorable in all
business transactions and financially
able to carry out any obligations made
by his firm.
Waldlng, Kinnan & Marvin,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Inter Internally,
nally, Internally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Testimonials sent free. Price 75c per
bottle. Sold by all druggists. Take
Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
Noted Southern Aathor to Vlalt the
' Santter County To
Dr. H. S. Cherry of Center Hill came
over Monday to assist Dr. I. S. Griffin
in an operation, and while in town
placed his order for one of the latest
Buicks. -,- v.-
Mrs. Minnie Hudson of Hamilton,
Ga., came down last week on a visit
to her mother, Mrs. N. L. Clarke.
Mr. H. D. HuntThas quite a force of
hands at work making additions and
remodeling ; his home on West Noble
avenue.'" :t .V : ...
Miss Nina Hunt, who has been on a
visit to "relatives in St. Augustine for
some weeks, returned to Bushnell Mon Monday,
day, Monday, to the 'delight of her Bushnell
We are pleased to learn from Mr. N.
I Clarke that Mrs. ?Mary E. Bryan has
accepted an invitation from Mrs. N. L
Clarke to pay Bushnell a visit next
month. Mrs. Bryan is too well known
by the readers of the. Sunny South, At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta Constitution, to offer any praise.
Suffice to say that when Mrs. Bryan
returns to her home Bushnell will be
heralded to her many readers by her
gifted pen. Sumter County Times.
Kidney Dlaeaaea Canae naif the Com Com-.
. Com-. mm Achea and Ilia of Ocala
As one weak link weakens a chain,
so weak kidneys weaken the' whole
body, : and hasten the., final breaking breaking-down:
down: breaking-down: :.- ; -V--V
Overwork, strains, colds and other
causes Injure the kidneys, and when
their, activity is lessened the whole
body suffers from the excess of i uric
poison circulated in the blood.
Aches and pains and languor and
urinary ills come, and there is an ever-Increasing
"tendency toward: dropsy
and fatal Bright's disease. There is
no real help for r the sufferer, except
kidney help. --
Doan's Kidney Pills act directly on
the kidneys 'and strike at the root of
the trouble. Ocala cures are the proof.
I Irwin, Florida House, Ocala, Fla.,
says: "My kidneys were weak and I
had to pass kidney secretions to fre frequently.
quently. frequently. Often my back was lame and
I also had pains through my kidneys.
I have taken Doan's Kidney PHs on
different occasions apd-, ha v- -always
found them just as represeliteo I feel
justified in giving this preparation my
endorsement, for I know what it Will
do." .'.
For sale y all dealers. Price, fifty
cents.. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N.
T., sole agents for the United States.
Miss Steel Ednnds departed last
Tuesday for the Florida State College
for Women in Tallahassee
Mrs. I : P. Kimbrough is convalesc convalescing.
ing. convalescing. ; Rev. D. T. McLeod of Webster was
a business visitor here last Monday.
Mrs. D. Travis Bozeman and little
Elizabeth, returned home last Monday
from Leesburg, after a month's visit
with her parents. Dr. and Mrs. W, IL
Howell.'' y.-- -.' -y'-.
Misses Bertha and Edna Smith will
leave Oct. 1st to enter the high school
at Lees burg. -;
Mr. H. F. Harkness new brick store
is neaping completion.
Mrs. Kate Wing departed for Tam
pa last Saturday accompanied by her
daughter. Miss Dell, who : will enter
school tbeta '.
Miss CtiLpr&ughn left last Monday
for Lady Lake to spend a few days
with her brother Mr. C. P. Vaughn,
before returning to her home in Grif-
fin-G" -Sumter County Times.
A severe attack on School Principal
Chas, B. Allen of Sylvania, Ga., is thus
told by him: "For more than three
years," he writes, "I suffered indescri
bable torture from rheumatism, liver.
and stomach trouble and diseased kid
neys. All remedies failed until I used
Electric Bitters, but four bottles of
this wonderful remedy cured me com
pletely. Such results are common
Thousands bless them for curing stom
ach trouble, female complaints, kidney
disorders, and biliousness, and for new
health and vigor. Try them. Only 50
cents at Tydlngs & Company's.
The second floor of the Bell apart apartment
ment apartment house on Fort King, avenue is
for rent. Apply to Joseph Bell at the
court house.
Of physical endurance, and while your
condition is still curable, take Foley
Kidney Pills. Their quick action and
positive results will, delight you. For
backache, nervousness, rheumatism,
and all kidney, bladder and urinary
troubles. Sold by the Court Pharmacy.
Half of froal atore dawaatalra ut the
Woodmar hlock next to Theaa-Zaehery
Faraltare hoaac. f or rent. AhIt
J Mr. Akin or Mr. Dennett, with Oeala
plaaahlnar fiicetttc


la Donald Cameron, Clerk la a N
Jeraey Bank How He Foiled a
Robher Blara-er than Hlaaaclf
New; York, Sept. 20 Donald H. Cam Cameron
eron Cameron was hurrying yesterday morning
to the First National Bank of Belle Belleville,
ville, Belleville, NJ., where he is a clerk when a
well dressed, athletic looking young
man approached him and said:
"I have 9909 in this suit case, which
I want to deposit in your bank. It
would be a great accommodation if
you would take it now, I want to
catch the train for Pittsburg, and
won't have time to wait, till the bank
' "Rather unusual to do a thing of
this kind." Cameron replied, "but I will
accommodate you. The money will not
be placed in the vaults until after 9
o'clock." , ; ;
"Doesn't matter at all," the man re
plied. "You take charge of it. I don't
like to be going about the country
with a lot of small bills in my care."
Potato Revolver at HIa Head
The two entered the bank, and Cam
eron, twenty, and a small wiry chap.
started for the cashier's private of
fice to go into the wire enclosure. The
man followed and suddenly put a re revolver
volver revolver to his head. .
"Thow up.. your hands," commanded
the man, who towered above the clerk,
and was at least fifty pounds, heavier.
Cameron closed in on him, and the two
rolled on the floor. In an effort : to
shoot the revolver was discharged.
Then Cameron snatched It from his
hand and getting on hl3 feet, cried
"Now you hold up your hands !" :
The "man obeyed. Cameron marched
him to the directors' room and pound pounded
ed pounded on a door leading to the janitor's
quarters. Suddenly the man let drive
with both fists. Cameron fell half
stunned and the man snatched the re
volver. Cameron got to his feet slow slowly
ly slowly and attacked the. man. They fell
and is the struggle the clerk, wrested
the revolver from the stranger.
Again Cameron pointed it at the
robber and beat on the janitor's door.
Then he fired- two shots. Elmer Pe
terson, the janitor, came and he and
Cameron held the man until the po police
lice police handcuffed him and took, him to
jail. The prisoner said he is Samuel
Charles Rodoff, Proprietor.
Beat Quick Lunch Keating: Houae
Id the City
ApalaeMeola and Cedar Key
Oyatera la All Style
Everything that is good
to eat, properly served
Right Now, when you
want it: SHRIMPS and
CRABS and all other del-
icacie of the season.
Who la Now In Hia New Building,
Corner South FIrat and Magnolia
Street Phone 73
Call and look them over and
give your order now for a
handsome fall tailor made
suit of clothes
is the soda fountain in our drug store.
All the youth of both sexes patronize It,
but that does not keep the old folks
from enjoying it, too. Our soda is pure
and refreshing, and flavored with all
tha popular syrups, tou will find It ex exhilarating,
hilarating, exhilarating, satisrying, cooling. Try it
once then you will recommend It your yourself.
self. yourself. Only Five Cents.
Phone 34
Onion Seed
We now have a plenty of
Onion Seed
White Dercinda,
Crystal Wax.


A. Hamilton, that he last lived in Chi Chicago
cago Chicago and had played on a college foot football
ball football team.
The police are confident he gave an
assumed name, but his athletic ap appearance
pearance appearance indicated he had been a toot toot-ballplayer,
ballplayer, toot-ballplayer, while his general bearing
Is that of a college man.
On searching Hamilton's suit case,
the police found two large bottles of
chloroform and two dozen handker handkerchiefs.
chiefs. handkerchiefs. One dozen of these had been
folded so that they could be used as
gags. J..'.
"I guess the jig's up," the prisoner
said to the police. ... "I planned to rob
this bank. I came from Chicago to
Paterson and was passing through
Belleville on a trolley, car when the
idea struck me it would be easy to get
the bank's cash. For several days I
watched and saw that young Cameron
opened the bank at 8 o'clock every
morning, that the cashier reported at
8:30 and the president at 9.". - -

How would you like to number your
friends -by millions as Bucklen's Arni Arnica
ca Arnica Salve does? Its astounding cures
in the past forty years made them. Its
the best salve in .the world for sores,
ulcers, eczema, burns, boils, scalds, cuts
bruises or cold sores. Has no equal
for piles. 25 cents at Tydlngs & Cos.
or corns, sore eyes, sprains, swellings.
4 Mrs. A. C R. Lindsay and children
left Saturday for Mankato, Minn., to
make their future home. v
. Mr. L. J. Kimbrough- accompanied
by Mrs. Gordon and daughter. Miss
Hallie Zeizler and. little Miss Eunice
Kimbrough motored through town
Monday en. route to Ocala, where Mr.
Kimbrough will demonstrate liis over overhead
head overhead Irrigation ? system for several
Messrs. E. H. and C, L. O'Dell, J. E.
Melvin and L. S. Van Schayck, all new
comers at Webster, have recently pur purchased
chased purchased several hundred acres of good
land near Webster where they will set-"
tie a small colony of enterprising cit citizens.
izens. citizens. Sumter County Times.
It -is not the quantity of" food taken
but the amount digested and a'ssim a'ssim-ilated
ilated a'ssim-ilated that gives strer jth and vitality
to the system. Chamberlain's Stom Stomach
ach Stomach and Liver Tablets Invigorate the
stomach and liver and enable them to
perform their functions naturally. For
sale by all dealers.
Mr.. J. R. Grant, one of our prosper prosperous
ous prosperous farmers, closed, with ; David Collins
estate,' in which he became the' owner
of one hundred and nine acres, ; their
home place. This is a very fine piece
of property, just 'i one-half mile ''. from
the incorporate limits and is bordering
on the hard road leading south of Web Webster.
ster. Webster. : Mr. Gant is going to make Im Improvements,
provements, Improvements, and in a short while will
have the dwelling- fitted up with wa water
ter water works, electric -lights and the "tel "telephone
ephone "telephone service. Sumter County Times.
For unless cured they sap the vitality
and lower the vital resistance to more
serious infection. Protect your chil children
dren children and yourself by the prompt use
of Foley's Honey and Tar Compound,
and note Its quick and decisive rfi rfi-sults.
sults. rfi-sults. Forcoughs, colds, croup, whoop whooping
ing whooping cough, bronchitis and affections of
the throat, chest and lungs, it Is an
ever ready and valuable remedy. For
sale by the "Court Pharmacy.
. There will be a picnic at Oak Grove,
Oct. 7, 1911. There will be boxing In
the morning and a ball game in the
afternoon. Everybody come and bring
well filled baskets. Oak Grove is about
three miles east of Morriston.
A merciless murderer is appendicitis
with many vtctims,' but Dr. King's New
Life Pills kill It by prevention. They
gently stimulate stomach, liver and
bowels, preventing that clogging that
invites appendicitis, curing constipa constipation,
tion, constipation, headache, biliousness, : chills, etc.
Twenty-five cents at Tydlngs A Co's.
In cleaning, up the remnants of pa
per about the office 'we have padded
and cut a quantity of paper into dif
ferent convenient sizes for office
work. 25 or 50 cents will, get you
enough of these pads to figure the age
of Ann on. The Star Office.
Spanking does not cure children of
bed-wetting. There is a constitutional
cause for this "trouble. Mrs. M. Sum
mers,': Box W, ; South :. Bend, Z Ind will
send free to any mother her success
ful home treatment, with full Instruc Instructions.
tions. Instructions. Send no money, but write her
today if. your children trouble yon In
this way. Don't blame the child, the
chances are it 'ean'ei help it. This
treatment also cures adults and aged
people troubled with urine difficulties
by day or night. 24.
One. cream mare with black mane
and tail, about 14 hands high, weight
about 700 pounds; branded on left hip
with circle S (S). If found please
notify George Leonardy, at Leesburg,
Fla. 9-C-dwlm
Springfield, Mo., October, 1909. Hall's
Texas Wonder, of No. 2926 Olive street.
St. Louis, cured me of a severe case of
diabetes and I recommend It to any one
sufferings from kidney trouble. Mrs.
Kate Waldorf, West Calhoun street.
Sold by druggists.
I have Just received a fresh -lot of
the new crop, garden, flower and field
seed. Win. Anderson; Druggist, Ocala.
Still retains Its high place as the best
household remedy for all coughs and
colds, either for children or grown
persons. .Prevents serious results from
colds. Take only" the ; genuine Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound : CZl' refuse
substitutes.: Bold by Court Pharmacy


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business man,' requires the services" of
a hanlr" if Via ma na PP3 hl farm In a

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Invasion of Egypt and Palestine, was for a set ot books in which ao keep a
the twelfth crusade, the present at- fmtord o every transactlon made. yet,
tack on Turkey by the Italians Is the durj the course of a year he must
thirteenth. Thirteen is an unlucky out Urge BUm3ot money for var-
number; It remains to be seen whether Ious s. and a record for fature

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Christian bones.
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cash, a neighbor may not recall the
payment of money owed, but the far-

Italy Is the biggejt, strongest and best A, enh na v-

ly deteriorated he, like Puar Wuzzy,"
is a first class fighting man."
The fighting will not be confined to
Tripoli, but go on all around the Med Mediterranean.
iterranean. Mediterranean. Egean and Adriatic coasts,

k nw., rifct-" hi invitation to open an account with
will be in Albania, right across the I . .. .

Adriatic sea from Italy. tnis DanK'

; Italy will have a powerful ally In I THE MUXROB A CHAMBLISS BAK,

ments which any court must, recog recognize.
nize. recognize. In the same way he has a record
of monies received by the deposit en

tries on his statement.

To the farmer, who desires such a

record for his business, we extend an

Oeela, Florida

Montenegro, and receive much assist assistance!
ance! assistance! from the Christian population of
Albania, which is large and discontent discontented.
ed. discontented. The war will almost certainly re

open me eastern question.. au win Mf p A. Moulton went 'down to
probably result In Austria and Rus- Eustis todffy and will stay

sia acquiring large slices 01 urmsn OTer Sunday

territory. ureece ana cuigana win

also be on the grab, and If Italy is I Mr. Guy Toph returned today from

successful at the outset their armies Lexington, Ky.,where he has been for
will probably help hers. the past three weeks at the bedside
The war may and probably will end of his sick step-mother. Mrs. Toph is
in driving the Turk from Europe. The steadily Improving.
Aila' mm mmA as rw J f m an? Vk a haa

resource except in himself. I Mr. Charles Tydings came up from campaign in both Sunday school and
a-.m, ;mirt M,ftf Ith lake t his morn In et. to attend to more formal and Tegular cnurcn

i---- v....... hninn affairs h ntirAlv tp- work. Every member should be is his

n Ton9n tho covered from his late severe sickness. or her Piace. Parents are urged to at

. Tw t. Ait -1 I I tend the Sunday school exercises and
that Italy is following, in : practically I - ,. . ,
wti i,.(!)ui. hva( w,minff Mr, Tom Gary is in possession of a remain to the service which follows,
beginning hostilities without warning l .- t, Uu ti,fl-

to her powerful opponent and thereby I ,o. v L. .. ,n th


Presbyterian 5
Rev. W. H. Dodge. D. D., Pastor
9:43 a. m. Sunday schooL
11 a. m. Communion "of the Lord '3
Supper. r
No services in the evening, the con congregation
gregation congregation uniting with the. other
churches in a welcome service to the

new pastor of the Baptist church.

A cordial invitation is extended to

the public to all services in this

church. :.

W. II. Coleman," Minister
10 a. m. Sunday schooL
3:15 p. m. Junior C. E.
11 a. m. Sermon, "Is Life Long.


7:30 p. m. There 'will be no. services

as this-ehurch will Join the other

churches at the Baptist church In wel welcoming
coming welcoming the new pastor. :

Junior Christian Endeavor Progrmm
Topic. "Elijah the Brave Prophet.
Text, L Kings 18:17-24.
Bob Ch ace, leader.
' Prayer.
Bible lesson 'read alternately. 4
Discussion of lesson.
Chalk talk, Clifton Sexton.
Lesson story; Floyd Coleman.
Mission study, Wenona Wetherbee."

. Sentence prayers.

Roll call.
Payment of dues. -Mizpah.
Rev.' J. B. Ley, Pastor

Tomorrow will witness the formal

inauguration of our fall and winter

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Hurst & Garner

11 W. Fort King Ave!
Ocala Florida



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Collier brothers have hauled Mr

Ben Condon's naphtha

Lake Weir to Silver Springs

Hamp Chambers secured five new

secured a tremendous advantage by
- preventing the consolidation of the two
sections of the Russian 7 fleet which
were lying at Port Arthur and Che Chemulpo.,
mulpo., Chemulpo., Korea. I
" Most of the small Turkish fleet is on

the Syrian coast at the eastern end of wheels today.

the Mediterranean sea, and It Is be

Ueved that Italy declared war with I Two black horse mules, the prop

the deliberate purpose of securing an I erty of some farmer, are In the pound.

attack upon that fleet before It can Owner can have, them by paying ex-

make its escape to. the shelter of theipenses

nnwrfnl shore ha.tteria. It Is said

k on vfAna.mAn iam .an I OATS FOR SALE 2000

be no objection to this course as has seed oats. Apply to J. C. Howell, An
been adopted by Italy in this instance thony. $

u lung s mere is iiu uuuuo lair- ... d TUaA TTnwoll 1ft tnrlav .tnr

point, by prominent laymen and the

pastor should be heard by all of our Editor Star: in yesterday's Issue

people. Prizes will be awarded for mention was made of Mrs. Ahearn s

launch from I SUCCessful workers in the Bible school, sweet-spirited Interest in the family

Read the program. A cordial welcome of Mrs. Hill, whose husband was buried

awaits you. last Monday and the statement was

9:30 a. m. Bible school. jmade that Mrs. Hill brought in a load j

orchestra. I oi wood whicn sne nerseii naa cut ana

bushels of

ence.with American commerce or other I

St Leo, to enter school.

. Interests. N

;Tne, ai Dan tans are opportunmg uen-i Miss Miss Miriam Pasteur left ior

era! Garibaldi to take advantage of the Ipalatka today.

uuaiiuu auu w caiLiAts auuiuei iuuau

ian revolution. j Mr Clarence Zewadskl left today for
Italy's declaration of war on Tur-jAnn Arbor, Mich., where he will study

' key grew out ot "unsatisfied demands in the University of Michigan.

nant In Tripoli for 30 years, shall sur- trs- u;
render all economic and political rights Miss Gladys, were at the A. C. L. pas-
to Italy - senger station today, to meet Mrs.
. Tripoli Is capable of tremendous in- Martin's niece, Mrs. R. W. Sistrunk.
tensive development. The soil along who passed through on her way to

. be said of the interior.

Tra W Hnlhert and nhllflrflTi re- I -r i

lurney compare tavocaoiy, aitnougn

fItaly appears 5 to have the advantage Mr. and Mrs. C. Timmons are the
for war on : foreign soil, because the proud ; parents of a fine girl, which
Italian; government has plenty of arrived Thurday. The little lady weigh

..transport "ships and a competent navy

to guard them en voyage, while Tur-j Rev. I. W. Ogle went to Capulet to

. key bas no transports and the fight- day, to preach there' tomorrow

ing strength of her navy is nil.

KTuritey'a army has 375,000 under I NEW YORK NEWS NOTES

arms -and reserve strength of 300.000.

all well trained fighting men. -New York. Sept. 28. Mr. and Mrs.

Italy's army comprises 225,000 ac- In. E. Mclver and little Prances ;left

Opening song. No. 38, school.
- Prayer by superintendent.
Lesson study.
Class reports.
March song. -
Primaries enter..
" Song by the primary classes.
Address by the pastor, "The
Song No. 70.

The day's report.

Report of fishermen.
The fisherman's song.
Awarding prizes.
Song by the primaries.
Announcements of facult'y.
11 a. m. Regular service.
Organ voluntary.
Hymn No. 180.
Response, organ.
Vocal solo, Mrs, T. H. Johnson.
Address. "Why My Church Needs

Hon. W. K. Zewadski.

Anthem, the choir.

hoped to sell. I feel that' it is due Mrs. J
Hill as well ras the generous hearted 1

people who are Interesting themselves
in behalf of the tricken family,' to set
things straight. Mrs. Hill is a lady of
refinement, evidently accustomed here heretofore
tofore heretofore to the comforts of life, but so

Bible I frail and feeble from years of ill

health that it would be out of the

question for her to "cut a load of wood.

As a matter of fact the wood she and
her young son carried in, wacut jby

Mr. Hill, Just before his fatal illness.

and theirson. The "situation is this:
They were Induced to leave their com

fortable home In Oregon ; hoping for
better health for Mrs. Hill and an aged
and infirm aunt who makes her home

with them. After spending: all they
had to getiSetled in their present home,
the father and boys went to work td

make a living, but from the begin-?

ning ill health and misfortune : have

been their lot. Mrs, ; Hill was -down
sick for several months during the

spring and 'summer. Then first one
and -another of the three boys spent

I now have on display Two Beau Beautiful
tiful Beautiful Willow: Plumes, which I offer at
the following prices: 1 v
; 27 Inches Lcno; 24 Inches VJiCz, 01CC0
24 Inches Lena, 24 Inches VJICz 012X0
I can get you any length, width, etyle or color of
Plume at Attractive Prices. Call and examine the
ones now on display. t

tTn'er t-J t jr r"
Issued out cf r
the S' drcfU -r -f"-ty.
ltm?ry. V t
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the same fci--: r, T A
duriacr rthe A 3 K t

cor axis at t -house
!a Ocala, 1 u,' r
to the fclit i

cash the I, "ir

tate in liar. t :v

The aovUt ZzZZ 1 i

except itsa rzm r'

lownsnis r

acres more ri
execvtlon czX--..

' CherCT tTar.'

Noncn czr a' n
Leave tm i.
Notice ii trt7 L"'
14th day-of Octc v
apply to the I Is

county iudre In t :r

ty. etate or l-c;. r
Ocala, in r aaW cc n 1
thorUlnT me, t3 r.
Laurie T. Iilar, ir i
sell' at private cx! ,.'
property belo-"5lz.T t c
wit: Lots .7' rsJi li
Schwerln's sttbmr a
Scott's. Survey tr 3 t
and 2 of OU C-rtr. C -land
belonging to t!ie
minor, to be Mil ttr t!
of said minor
ThI 7th Cxy tt i
W1L A. I4 L

L-t cn tr
1 -ii. i wi ;

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3 p. m. Sunbeam band.
6.30 p. m. B. T. P. U.
7:30 p." m. Preaching.

"f tlve aoldiers and a reserve force of today for South -Carolina, via BaU BaU-"300.000.
"300.000. BaU-"300.000. all ready for the field. more. They will spend a montlv there
There are twelve battleships, twen- with relatives." "".

..ty-three cruisers: and numerous de- j .Mrs V? M. McDowell and her sister! pastor for the first time tomorrow

stroyers, submarines and transports in frnm Rnsnuikp. Vn.. are here at the i The services for the day will be as

the Italian army. I hotel for a few. days, shopping and I follows

Turkey has only one first-class fwni then so back to Roanoke. I 9:45 a. m. Sunday school,

. cruiser-and a number of almost worth-I Tnhn Waterman and Mr. Ramsdell. I 11 a. m.Preaching.

less gunboats. of Ocala and Venezuela called at the
The pope Is showing great interest hotel last night. They will leave for
- in the preparations for the expedition south America in about ten days to

' and has ordered a propaganda to in- resume their gold mining operations. I Prayer and social meeting Wednes

struct missionaries to use their Influe They have six saddle mules here to day 7:30 p. m

; ence In favor of the Italian plans, oon-lho chinned down" via steamer. Thev I A cordial invitation to all of these

sidering these plans as offering adr j bought them in Pulaski, Teiin. The services,

vantages for the spread of Catholism friends in Ocala of Messrs. Warter-

in North Africa. He hopes success will I man and Ramsdell will be glad to learn J Episcopal

- oe aiiainea Dy uaiy wicnoui sneaaingithat they will liquidate their South Rev. Campbell Gray, Rector.

1 a maripsi n m in in v ninrHN m 111 iti 1 mi 1

a - in ova -vari i na nn J xn -a m Krnon'JT'icT

course of; a year-or so and return to Rt Grace church as, "the rector will be

DR. BRUCE Ocala to reside. at St .TamM

Mr. Leon Hanlon, at one time a lino

Address, "Why I Need My Church,! weeks inv bed. with fever. One of them

Dr. A.' L. Izlar. t is just aoie now to get around the

Song, hymn No. 422. house. Mrs. Hill s aunt, is absolutely

Address, "Our Winter Watchword," neipiess. 'xneir nome is two miles on

John B. Ley. 1 trie otner siqe or .uontague, lnsteaa 01

Doxology and benediction. one mile tnis slde and there can be no

7:30 p. m. No evening service. This doubt of the worthiness ofx

church will worship with our Baptist reavea ana almost neipiess ramny.

brethren. jMrs. lIUl speaks bravely ot her hopes

j to make her way with the cooperation

Baptint jot ner ooys, wiien mey; snail nave

recovered their health. In the mean

time let all -who.' can respond to Mrs;

Pastor J. D. Chapman will occupy Ahearn in her noble effort In behalf

the pulpit of the Baptist church as of this farTiiiy. 1 A Neiehbor.

J. D. Chapman, Pastor


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Show Start at 3:30 Tkl Afteraooa

I have money to loan for thirty-

sixty or ninety days on real estate 'or

personal security. Iong time loans on

real estate also in large sums. Apply
to H. A. Kramer, Montezuma hotel
block. ...

: The Jacksonville Metropolis of the type operator for the Star, Is now a
ith says: ,; After a brief illness at the proof reader .In a large book publlsh publlsh-residence
residence publlsh-residence ; of his daughter, Mrs. P. H. Ing house and seems to be a fixture

Boyer, tl7 Laura street, Dr. Jerome j here.

Bruce of Sanford, quietly passed away! We have seen Mr. John F. Dunn,

Sunday school 9:45 a. m.
Litany and Holy Eucharist with ser

mon 10:45 a. m..

evening prayer ana sermon v:30 p.


Holy Eucharist daily 7 a. m. Even-

.at3:4ft o'clock yesterday afternoon. Dr. j who has offl ces in the Pennsylvania I ng. prayer 730 p m "Wednesday and

Friday and 5:30 all other days.

Monday Guild of St. Margaret at

Mrs. Gamsby's.

Tuesday W, A. S. prayers at evening

prayer at 5:30 p.1 m.

Wednesday Junior Chapter of the

Bruce was the author of that celebrat- I depot In the electrical department

ed portrayal of ante-bellum days, We also met Mr. Will Trantham on

"Studies in Black and White." being the streets. lie is an old Ocala boy.
preeminently fitted to write such a Mr. Lowry Dale, brother of Mr.. W. M.
story, as he was one of the faet de- Dale of the' Dutton Phosphate Com-

creasing number of "old school South-Ipany,: Gainesville, has been here for a

l am nntttniMi XI cx ara a a natlva tt I nnmUr tt Trii nnrl hilo A sn1fTldid I .. . .

, i r Krnthnrnnnn nr r Anrtroa- at tho run

wewDerry, h. u. position m one oi ine Dig apwn town t t

1 t It. V J I

us. ne ;siu5 ;ttu; v The regular monthly financial report

STBAUXG' ASCIEST THUNDER continue, nis musical stuaies anu .f the parish wil, be made at the

win taKe.up grana opera. Sunday morning service as usual

t Th Tomna T.ihnT.A ..... I juiss josennine tsrowara ot jacKson- i

:.- a mm, mm mm a uu 0a.v 3 . ii iiitfi:i. tu tiiinii v cvruiM!' KMiriiiin

Willis Powell submits the following pille. second daughter of the late Se-I n the course on Christian ethics will

-to increase the gayety of nations: :
v There was a litle lawyer man
'-Who gently smiled as he began
i Her dead dead husband's will to scan
1 And, thinking of his coming fee,
f He said to her quite tenderly:
"You have a nice fat legacy."
Next morning, as he lay in bed.
With plasters on his broken head,
- He wondered what in h 11 he said.

ator N. B. Broward, who has been at De ..Tne geven Mortal sing

the hotel .for some time, leit yesteraay

via boat for homefc
Mrs. J. E.. Chace and children ar

rived vesterdav from Ocala and are

stopping on Lexington avenue, with A phone message to the Banner last compound discovered by a professor
Mrs. Fisher, where the Hoods have n!ht announced that Wild wood had of Vienna.Vniversity. and Is being




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New York City, requesting an experi

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Prices Tea fi3 Five Cents


For sale, any quantity of new mown
hay; beggar, weed mixed .with crab
grass and Mexican clover Apply to
F. W. Ditto.

There are Two Kinds of Chin Tonic

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Notice la tc: j vr
of Kramer & CI.
composed of. IX. .. ...
Christian. Is "1
retlrtar.1 IL A. ZIrr-aer v.J t-.Uij1
tha real f -V

name. All accatats C2 1
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any firm liabilities. C JLiUnsuz, t
. August tth.'mi.


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T VA A. a Vfc . mmm mum mm k. I -,...,.

hen Dr 'and Mrs Van Hood and Mrs. ,CLr,,eu "i "USi,"c" M recommener ty thousands:

Belle Dean, who have been for some the 55Umter wnty seat election.

time at Mrs. Fisher's, sail for home
tomorrow ; on the Arapahoe. Miss Mar-

It isn't half bad. but It had been the guerlte Porter, her friends will be in-

rounds of. the press before Powell's t terested in learning, will remain in J Constantinople, Sept. 30. The Tur

whiskers SDrouted. I New York this fall and winter and I Kisn war ministry nas received a ais

continue her studies She Is making! paten irom Tripoli, stating that tne

OCALA" NORTHERN EXCURSION jmost rapid progress and her teacher J Italians began to disembark yester-

is? greaiiy pieaseu wiiu iter vuice. j"j ancuiuun, uui. vnc x ui n.a suLLxru-

Mr. Budd and family of Monticello ed in sinking the first two barges. J Careful Estimates Made on All Con



work for the money than any other

contractor in the city.

(Foloy Kidney Pills

- If vou want to nass tomorrow tak-

ing a good ride and seeing a beautiful are here and he- is buying goods for Italian forces have landed both at Tri

conntrv. naek vour dinner baskets full I his store. pon ana iiengnazu

and xo on the Ocala Northern exenr-L Mr. Futch and family of Live Oak

i.iftw m r.nn .Mii.. are in the citv for a few weeks, all SMALL ITALIAN SUCCESSES

- If vou ston it Port Mrf!oT. Rav tk guests of the UhurchilL

or ;Orange Springs, take your bath- j Judge and Mrs, Ion Farrls and three j Salonika, European Turkey, Sept. SO
V tne suits. One far for th round I little sons of Jacksonville, formerly An Italian cruiser has destroyed a

lof Ocala. who have been here for a I Turkish destroyer in the harbor of

idm Snrlnes. and le..tpr inrnnnfn tn i week, said tomorrow for Jacksonville, Prevosa, in Epirus, and landed troops

nearer points. Train leaves Seaboard the Clyde Line. v Paris' SepL S0' The Matln's Athens TONIC IN ACTION QUICK IN RESULT
station at '3 a. m. A good opportu- : correspondent says the telegraph of- Give prompt relief from BACKACHE,

5 nltjr for a pleasant restful day in the

' f I Jacksonville, Sept. 30. A handsome ed off Prevosa yesterday afternoon. RHEUMATISM, CONGESTION of th

MllUons In the air. Think of It. nve-passenger uaauiac touring car .H.pB uiuugmg to tne Aon"' I TTrrpvQ v TNT7T AMMATION of the
r.- tok was delivered to W. A. Knljrht of ian squadron encountered a flotilla f KIDNEYS, : DiFLAMAl 1UW Ol tna

- aroea a whole menagerie of microbes. Ocala. by Claude i : Nolan, dealer for (Turkish destroyers cruising off the j BLADDER and all annoying URINAR1

r:nrzi,';:r two irregularities, a positive boon

Zt'cfTU are harmless. If they are torpid pang, will; leave here, this afternoon Turkish ships were badly damaged by MIDDLE AGED and ELDERLY

U W h onnditlnn nded to set 1 1 unve it wrougu me coumry. i 0'"'"- "' as.iuie in iae

. We have a great many Are arms of
all kinds, descriptions and prices, both
new and second hand, that we have
taken in as pledges. The prices are
very low.' Call and look them over.
Ocala Pawn & Loan Company.

Ten miles more of rail will put the
Ocala Northern trains : In Palatka.

. For bowel complaint In children al always
ways always give Chamberlain's Colic, Chol Cholera
era Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and castor
oiL It Is certain to effect a cure ; and
when reduced with water and sweet sweetened
ened sweetened Is pleasant to take, v No physic physician
ian physician can prescribe a better remedy.
For sale by all dealers.

As usually treated, a sprained ankle
will disable a man for three or four
weeks, but by applying Chamberlain's
Liniment, freely as soon as the Injury

tract Work. Gives more and better ji3 received, and observing the direc-


uv 'Jseaae; which at this -' season Is Ocala.

Gulf of Arta.

PEOPLE and for ;WOMEN.


gen"lly of a malrial ; nature. The
morr 'use IIERBINE to keep the
liver. aach and bowels in a state

of het activity. It cures in- lhave any form of kidney and bladder I for both acute and chronic kidney and ijYwriti5BdimvkidDM

digestif. -rtlpatlon. Price 50a troubles or urinary Irregularities. Try jbiaaaer auments. it is specially re- j Bras too bqt,cansiimnctt"ie?

m BUDf. j in hi uibuu rtr

wonderful tonic and reconstructive IVV- wwwT."'-i..i..huS

. I .- w I lllll llll llll I I mi III Mil I I II m

FOIt SALU Cli -oo type- I Trunks of; all styles and different Julltrv and Jth9 permanent relief and I be u&aadiLMd. Foley L. zry lius aavse

writ r- air t I srrades. steamer and laree trunks, at Mmfort It gives -tbemt ,For wle fa

0lt PT-n d f- -v rjTCOv

Sold byN

tlons with each bottle, a cure can be
effected in from two to four days. For
sale by all dealers.

JVe have a great many fire arms of
all kinds, descriptions and prices, both
new and second hand, that we have
taken in as pledges. The prices are
very low. Call and look them'' over.
Ocala Pawn & Loan Company.

Diarrhoea is always more or less
prevalent during September. Be pre prepared
pared prepared for it. v Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy ; Is
prompt and effectual- It can always
be depended upon and is pleasant to
take. For sale by all dealers.

FOR SALE-i-Flrst class stable fer fertilizer
tilizer fertilizer for. Yard or garden use. Phone
371 or call on Dr. D. M. Boney.


Probably fair tonight and 'Sunday,
light variable winds, j ;

- Shotguns of all grades v and all
makes, at greatly reduced prleet
the- Ocala Pawn & Loan t C"

After you are burned 'out. The wise
men prepare for the emergency. of Fire
by having a Policy to cover the possi possible
ble possible loss of -property through the. rav ravages
ages ravages -of the devouring element. Never
mind future regrets. Have some pres present
ent present wisdom. Little trifles' often cause
a fire, but the resultant loss-ts no trrfle.
It, costs so little to be well and tally
insured that the poor have no excuse

for -not having a policy. See vs about
it; .
Life, Fire and Accident Insurance.

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Special. Attention Given to Ladles

Spedd Dates fcr Scnzr

Our Table is the Fonndation of Oar
. Enormons Business
American Plan, L30 Upwards
European Plan, $1jOO Upwards
Send for Large Colored Slap of New
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Notice Is fcerety ptr: 2 to all err "i- :
I tors, legatees. Tlatr I Set and all cD v
er persons haviaar c:xlr : d deraa-ij
against the eetate cf ; jen Ilr ;
deceased, to present c i .claims v. .:

provea 10 me unaer'- 'l-within c j ;
year from the date r v I first cvt'
cation of this notice, twUr l!ay ll jz.
9lU : t II UoZ-'
' Johri,
a Administrators I of : Lter

" Hodge Deoear' 1.
Address; Oeala, V ; ';. KflSja

-Notice Is hereiy cre;2-

"vr' persona having lakns or ?
ds agalnit tie t :e of lira, l

saiJe te the and ri-r J duly pravcu

wjum one year ire' ite. . :
v S ,L Cker.
. 47 West 42nd CU I.Terr r c.ty.
As Exeeuter cl tn. 7: l and Vesta-
ment f lira, v. XS, k-cr

Notice is fiby rifn Hti on iha

14th day of February. A. D m. tfea -undersigned
, will .. present my accounts
and vouchers to the Honorable Joseph.
Bell, judge of probate Jn and for Liar--ion
county.' Florida, and will make aty
final settlement and will tonir far flmi

aiscnarge as such guarcian. ,.v- r

: Flora Brooks, Mlacra. v r
This Jnlv 10. ltili.-- .ri:

f Notice is hereby 'cIvct ''-that on tl"
20th day of DececsWr, 1 111, .atV 1,
o'clock a. m., L as caarn of Paulla

the county judge f I xr ion county.

ana wit, at seia lime r piu mi
aonllcatlon to-, th aaM nuntv 4--"

for my discbarge as guardian of stJ
Paulina V' Lloyd.?-,::.;:,a5':rjtJ: r:,

.V Thia Tun Ktk l ai J p.: s .-

Guardian of Pauline V. LUyd L.dr:

. Mnn ti ii nn n '' i mi ''

Notice is hereby drr t to all ertZl-

tors ana atstriDutees ar 4 au other rr rr-eons
eons rr-eons having claims er L -ands agaiast

The Only New York note! Featuring
' American Flan


Prices! ; Ewrenent
Good Crrvice.


fat 5tmacm Teoen .r
I... .'.;.,. WJ ...-,.'. ...IP .f' .,

the estate of James 7 1 ieus."

ed, to present the sane caly proven to
the undersigned with (a oae year.
, Ao-nuu r rtas lleana,

Jmm W . tlaiia. T -filial

hci nioen. jriortsa,':;' .rte- Jy

XOTICS np gran. ,i r irrTT7Ta.-

Notice Is hereby rivet that en the
1st day of April, 1SI2, t!ae Mdersixn Mdersixn-ed
ed Mdersixn-ed executor will preec" t my accounts

Arid W Atl A AM . IlA ----- TAAat-aW T 11 -'

judge of probate In r4 for Ltarion
county. Florida, at ht. I iJCsata.

ment ana wui apply r .1 xrc:

4? West 42nd ELf i:
As Executor of Lt
" ment of lira, T. v

"1 '-'al2'frr
)-i "I f l c;:

v Notice is hereby r
tors, legatees, distrl.
er persns having c! i
against the estate of

Stone, deceased, to rr. ;t rI 1

duly, proven te the cr :rsf ?neJ tr.
one year from the xtj tl the frrt r
licatlon of this notlra, tTrTvr -r-?
As Administrator Esw', ot v
Will mot Stone.
Norwalk. Fla. t

Notice. Is hereby C l th"t r-
15th day of January. 112. I
derslrned vrfll preserl r a-)Ou-
vouc' rs to the llozr. J
Ja- -f .'probate tni-'' 1 r
r' iFIoria, -T r"
r Mn-;tr.

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ocaxa c7Sr:J -s at-MW saturdA, sMPE5rcsn so, 1011



1 :

T)EPOSITOUS like to feel that infringing their

$ up; iii.'other words they are giving something for
fwhat they receive. We want you 5 to feel that way.
' towards us. : : .1
I TVe Are Growing

Grow With Us.



Smoke Cuban Club 5 cent cigars.

Mr. George MacKay made a business

trip to 'Hernando today. -

Florida raised


rye at Ocala Seed

Mr. and Mrs. J. H. LaRue of Fort

McCoy were In town yesterday.

We .want your account want to make ourselves

useful to you in anything pertaining to finance and 2

we can nandl it with proht to you and ourselves.

The great Challenge Sale at the

Globe Is going successfully on.

Mr. J. P. Richardson of Evinston

was at the Ocala House last night.

Ccn)ircniinni2iF,cusill ". IBanmlk: f

The Ocala News Company Is making

a hit with Its picture frames.



Mr. A. Y. Strunk went up to Gaines

ville this morning.



Ten-dollar suits for $6.98 at

I Globe Challenge Sale.


Mr. John Mathews of Candler was

I In town today. : -..

Buttermilk, fresb every day at the

I Postof flee Drugstore.

Mrs. Arms .will reopen

room Monday.


her dining

The great Challenge Sale at the

Globe is going successfully on.



Foa mis. noLocn

Friday afternoon at her home on. Ok-

lawaha avenue. Mrs. E. I. Carney was
the hostess at a lovely party, which

she gave especially for Mrs. Edward
Holder. Mrs. Carney is an agreeable

hostess and is always delighted when
she. Is entertaining her friends.
Cards were played at four tables. No
prize was given but Mrs. J. I. Robert Robert-son
son Robert-son made the top score,
v Mrs. Carney and Mrs. Holder receiv received
ed received the guests informally at the front
door after which Mrs, Rheinauer ask asked
ed asked them into the dining room where

Mrs. Koonce served punch. ; Mrs. John
Taylor and Mrs. Newsom assisted in

entertaining and .Mrs. Bullock, passed

the score cards. Mrs. Scott and Mrs.

Burford, who do not play cards.' mark marked
ed marked the scores of the players. After

the game Ice cream and cake was


The following ladies were the
guests: Mrs. W. S. Bullock. Mrs. John
Taylor, Mrs. .M. Fishel. Mrs. J. C. B.

Koonce, Mrs. C. Rheinauer, Mrs. Will-

lam Anderson. Mrs. Frank Harris. Mrs.

John Robertson, Mrs. Edward Helves

The j ston, Mrs. Charles Cullen, Mrs. E. M.

wash dress line is, surprisingly pretty j Howard. Mrs. L. R. Chazal, Mrs.' W. V.

and..' reasonable in price. All kinds Newsom, Mrs. Callie Reddick. Mrs. Q.
and styles are shown; all-over -em- S. Scott and Mrs. R. A. Burford.
broidery dresses and T different mater- 1
ials in white and colors, "made and OPEN AIR EXJOYMEXT
trimmed in various styles to suit any --j-

one's fany. Handsome coat suits ;ori There was a beautiful evening last

all colors. Messrs.; Hurst & Garner njght and a fine show at the Air Dome,

can furnish a bride's trousseau ana iand tonight promises to be: a repeti

guarantee handsome gowns of the J tion 0f both, so if you want to spend

finest quality and perfect, fit. Mrs. M. an extra pleasant hour, stroll .around
C- Elliott" is assisting them and has that way after supper and enjoy the
a room fitted up for the ladies to try following program:
on and have dresses, fitted and will The White" Squaw, an Indian story
soon have, her work room fitted up by the famous Pathe actors,
with .very convenience for carrying -Lieutenant Sllebe," military drama,
on the work. "Messrs. Hurst & Garner "Paradise Lost" A good Biograph
are deserving gentlemen and are to comic, a man is made to think he Is

Mr. Will Jeffcoat has bought W. E. j be congratulated on starting up; a j in v heaven after he comes in off a

Today marked the opening of a new
rm in, the 'business world of Ocala.

Messrs. tH-urst & Garner have on dis display
play display a line of ladles ready-to-wear

dresses and waists that surpasses any

thing yet seen in quality and prices.
We will mention a few of the many
handsome dresses that are on display

A beautiful evening dress of imported

paid salmon pink messaline silk, very
handsomely embroidered in wbite silk
and made after the latest, model of

the high -waist, line one-piece dress
with panels. Another was a delicate
lavendar wool marquisette, handsome handsomely
ly handsomely trimmed -In "white lace and embroid embroidered
ered embroidered in silk, and another of old rose.

both made very much after the same
style; that of the one-piece model model-Then
Then model-Then there were the imported waists,
several beautiful ones of beaded chif

fon over silk of different colors. An

other' of fine satin, the very latest

thing being shown in the northern
and eastern shops: the reversible

waist, black satin trimmed In white.

while on the other side It is white
satin trimmed in black, even to the
buttons, collar and cuffs. It is-some

thing new and very handsome






Whitworth's dairy.

new and much needed business 4n


Ocala. They .buy their goods direct I

from the manufacturer. which ac-
ccunts for the extremely low prices

Mr. J. Brandt of Sacramento. Calif., offered to theijr customers. Call and

is in the city and may locate here. see their line of goods for yourself i

! and be convinced.

the Ocala News Company and. get them excelling SHOW AT THE



HID fkm Mly

, Old PiwtoQce Building, Room 4. ;
A dance was given at the hoqge of
Mr. and Mrs, .W. IL Miller in the
Griner Farm district Thursday even evening.
ing. evening. The room was r very prettily dec-
nratAtl vrr 1 1 K AAiTa Thnra utam nvar

2UrC5. "2" Modayfcat 3:20 ,th Temple will give its usual fine Satur- flf;y Sests present and all had a very

day show. There will be a great -'
rt. :n. I served consisting of ice cream and

m .1.. i caKes.

give juu an luea ui iiie iiieu wni art:


Carpenters, trestlemen, bridge and


The sewing circle of the Baptist

I Mrs. E. G. Peek at her home on Ok

lawaha avenue. -

Smoke Cuban Club 5 cent cigars.



TTtv y


The Latest Colors, Just

Out. The Regular prices

Ten-dollar suits for $6.98 at

Globe Challenge Sale.

now- measuring swords with the

Turkq. a ernod little hami drama1 nf

AUVC TTlfcll A V U (J 1A Ui I1UI1IU1. AUU

story of an ancient western nation, West extension. Florida East Coast
(Railway. For rates of -wages and par-

Miss Clara Moore returned last night L.h.n e.Tnn, WAr nVti httr than tlculars address W. JJ Krone, con-

frpm a pleasant visit to friends ati avafi. A11 ,n n Vnni n. struction engineer,: Marathon. Florida,

I tit ... I I r d 1


i tertainment.

stating age, experience and references!

If you want to find a good boarding

house at reasonable rates, call up the

Star office.







TiuS asI i



Of all shapes and shades, are nr.

you call and inspect them.

Our Triinmin&&


Rev. T. J. Nixo left last night for

Umatilla, to preside over a quarterly

I ambled into Carlisle's this morn-i conference. Mr. Nixon returned the

-Mrs. H. M. Hampton has- returned MK- man iresn irom me maroie w.

from her visits to North Carolina and iUUl11" tue UISl .," erveu ir"u v,

Tennessee I ami. wir. amsiB serveu ii iiuiiseii mvi : icamuo v.

a aelicious limeade that touched theiour weeKiy raiaers on -orange uise

rrhe great Challenge Sale at the spot Just right. The Carlisle Jce cream turn green with envy.

panur is novei; 11 is ngniea uy sun

light. At night here may be seen the! A 'large party of people from Ocala,

of Those Gogare 10 and

-'jri "' -JL" '' -t i -V'i 'v ; 1? "vr fr : to h '-'wa. atri stars twinkling. Dr. Carlisle said; Silver Springs and other places went
12 Cent:':Our Prices .for k?s-K jst ..!, m.aa. m. ,r ... nf, ra
- I .... ... rtM v v A A e nartonk nf a most toothsome fish frv.

This ky Only, per yard,

and Veils are the very latest styles anil V
colors, and our prices are reasonable. :

Hay craft De&iiv'

Globe is going successfully on.

night from Baltimore.

West Side of Square Ocala, Floiia

Imoke Cuban Club 5 cent cigars.

Your kodak work can oe finished In

: two to three days if you leave It at p

partook of a most toothsome fish fry.

Among those from Ocala were Dr.

DR. J. W. HOOD'S TELEPHONES I Boney and family and Mr. J, L. Smoak

Offing n and family. 1

Residence, 205

Mills' studio.

Dr. and Mrs.4 E. G. Peek celebrated

the first anniversary of their wedding

-.w... - i j uaj nini a. ii i.jiv, ...a. v. c u I I, w rt a

nrac o n-iiAot fho Ylnala Unn.A -wt..i tV I a J wv.

last night. -. -r, friends were present. A great sur

prise to Mrs. Peek: was the fine piano

Smoke Cuban Club 5 cent cigars. ; j that her husband presented her as an

! anniversary gift. Mr. Fred DeBerry

- WANTED Boarders and Toomers.
Nice large rooms and good board.

Also plain and fancy sewing done sat

Isfactorily. Apply to Mrs. Cnmpton,


Ten-dollar suits for $6.98 at the favored the company with a few selec-

Globe Ch avenge Sale., itions, among them pieces of his own

V v I composition. Cards were indulged in

Rv. George Harding and Mr. H. A. I and light refreshments were served, i

Smith of. Louisville were at the Ocala I The guests wished Dr. and Mrs. Peek

House last night. v w many "happy returns of the day.

Mrs. Lon A. "Warner and Mr. Lon i

Warner, Jr., leave Chattanooga, Tenn., i

today for Ocala, where they will make

their future home. En route," they will

stop for a visit; in' the' city. Jackson Jackson-Metropolis,
Metropolis, Jackson-Metropolis, 29th!

V- U.I WJ IV1 V V 1JLJL VlUOCU lUUllUa y to the, Ocala : News Co

On Account of Holiday.

You don't obtain the full beauty of a Mrs. E..-M. Howard went out to

picture unless it Is framed. Take it Blitchton this morning. Avhere she

will spend a few days, with, her cousin.

!Mrs. J. II. Badger.

Miss Jlianita Butler, who has been

visitinerier aunt, Mrs. P. .W. Ditto.

leaves 6r her home in St. Petersburg

tomorrow. She is a pretty, and .pop

ular young lady,' and her friends find i

her visits tofo short.

W. M. Smith of Springfield, Q. and

V. Jamison of Philadelphia were at the

Ocala House last night. :

FOR SALE One cow. Inquire of

E. W. Merrill, care Southern Express



-WANTED Two young men to take i

orders and deliver packages. Steady

employment. Pay every Saturday :

night S. E. Rowe, the market man.


r i "i ' r'fi p i T 1 1 7


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t 1


Smoke Cuban Club S cent cigars.

-The "1. great Challenge Sale at ; the

The Ocala School of Music; will open J Qiobe Is eoinpr successfully on.

! its doors : lor the lourtn annual ses

sion,' October 2, 1911. If offers its pa

trons first-class instruction in violin,
piano and science. Any one 'wanting
places who haven't already applied for

time, should see Miss Mary Connor,

Mr. Alfred Owen pleasantly surpris

ed his friends by appearing on the

streets last evening.

me director, ai ner siuaio, corner oi i
. i ...... .. munitT

Magnolia sireei ana run ivrng ave

nue, after September 27th. Office
hours 10 to 12 a. m.

Save money on your shells' and am-:

munition by getting same from the

Ocala 'Pawn & Loan Company.

rnniE ii2ats
Patronize the up-to-date


that has the best selection always; that 4hr Htonm ot Rb,lnaiier & Co. will not

M. G. Rogers of Dalton. Ga., and

Gideon Lamb. Sr- of Henderson. N. C.

Mr. "and Mrs. o. lm West left today were at the Montezuma last night.

for Nashville, from which place they

will go on to .Kentucky, mey win De i smoke Cuban Club 6 cent cigars.

away about six weeks.

Ten-dollar suits for $6.98 at the

On account of the Day of Atonement, Globe Challenge Sale.

Mrs. Susan A. Ellis
90 Ocblawsha Ave.,
Ocala, Fla.
Instr actor fn Voice
and Piano
Specializing in Correct
Placing of the Voice and
Proper Touch and Tec Tec-nic
nic Tec-nic of the Piano.

Jessie Jacobs, an old colored man of

i this city, died last night. lie was i

I about 80 years old and came to Mar-

I Ion .county with his master, during the

Mexican war. He will be ; burled to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow at Shady.

Miss Elizabeth Mizelle, the charm

ing and clever young lady who will I

teach the sixth grade of the high

school, arrived from Orange Lake yes-

I terday and Is the guest of Mrs; C, N. ;


IiQRETTO (Near Jlandarln) FLORIDA.

" Boarding school for boys, 'conducted by ithe Siaterrfcl CL Jczzz


' physical,


. tories, dining ball and recreation rooms.


from eight to fourteen years received, ana careiuuy, irunj ,ca

. intellectual, moral and social lines. Heaitny locauoa.

swimming pool.' Complete equipment in scnooirooca, v

Don't send your pictures out of town!

I to have then enlarged. Take .. them to

Mills' studio. : We can make them In

crayon, sepia or pastel, and our prices

I are right.

names lowest prices always.

Our meats are always of the finest
the kind you'll want to serv.
Try us today!
i kiiwaHI S
Phone 108 New City Market. -OCALA,

Kr$. Martin Tells About a Painful
Experience that I Might Have
Ended Seriously.

be- opea Monday.

Mr. W. Augustus Scott,

been down on the coast, arrived last
night to join his wTfe and daughters

in this city.

- J. B. Towers and L. A. Norwood of :

Bushnell were at the Montezuma last i

who has night.

See the handsome display of dla

Imonds and other new Jewelry In our

window. The Ocala Pawn & Loan Co.

FOR J3AIJ2 A good farm horse.

Will work anywhere, to buggy, wagon l II. L. Byrne of St. Louis and A. E.

or plow or-under the saddle. Apply to j Bowers of Detroit were at the Mon-

James, Martel, Fla. 9-14-4tw tezuma last night.


A new portico is to be put on the Ten-dollar suits for $8.98 at

city "hall in place of the one that has J Globe Challenge Sale.

been there ever since the flood. Mr.

W. C. Blanchard will do the work. 1 Mr. Harry Walters left today for I

New Orleans, where he will pursue the

You can get anything f;om a post J study of his intended profession.

card to an 18x22 photograph at Mills' j ;

studio. . I 1000 bushels of Texas Red Rust!

Proof Oats. Ocala Seed Store.

Rlvesville, W.Ya. Mrs. Dora Martin,
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Spencer have

In a letter from Rlvesville, writes: I moved into the cottage on South Third! Mr. Burnett and his assistants are

"For three years, I Suffered With WO-jstreet, formerly occupied by W. T. Mc-Jall busy and comfortable In their spa-

i- vi -A -hnX TtaTna in mT

.oaCK ana biub. An who "have pictures are taking LOST A bunch of keys betwen

- could not sleep at nignu v I them to the Ocala News Co., to have I Ocala and my residence at North Lake

The doctor could not help me. He j them frame8. 1 Weir. Reward 1 to finder for return.

' said I would have to be operated on pe pe-f
f pe-f ore I could get better. I thought T
would try using CarduL
' : NowI am entirely welL
I am sure Cardul saved my life. 1
will never be without Cardul in my
home. -t. recoHimend It to my friends.

J. M. Neely.


. Messrs... T. J. Jones of Anthony. J. W.

Perkins and E. O. Cordrey of Lynne J The Theus-Zachry Co.; has received
and Hardy Brown of Berlin were in I a carload of mattresses and 'other

town today, trading with Baxter Carn. I furniture.

Serve PLEZOL to your ramlly. 1 WANTED A perfectly reliable, sin-
Serve PLEZOL to your friends. jgle young man wants a position In

XxrVtAT. 'pnii ara Hnxrrt tnwn Hr!nlr I Opa!l snvthlnir 4 n d f n I -ri 1 1 m.t

Voc Kofln -""" .i: a av pay "is

lorrnqr jea. luul " pt.RZOL. board: office work nroforr

lleving pain ana aistress causeu uy i references. Address D," care Star.

manly trouble. It Will surely help you. Messrs. J. IL .Owen of Dunnellon and

.if P-r tn the soot reaches the Henry Rickards of Belleview were in Albert Graham will conduct another

1 ".v, mBfnm8' and town today,' .Interviewing-, Superinten- of his popular excursions down the

drives away the cause. N

dent Brinson.

i run tomorrow.

If you '-suffer from any symptoms of

womanlv trouble, take CarduL

Your druggist sella and recommends
It.' Get a bottle from him today.

N. a. Write to: llis Aavisqry wepj ".-Z I Ari
UMirinm fi ChattatMmsa. Tenn.. for Special I Mf. Ben Todd

r" i -A-- U...M Vwwr llllllll Til IIIHI 1 ,1vttl i i.

iWUVWVl mw w-K ww. V- j niuia, t "'JllIft

tar Vom," la pun wtapp. w I Southern fifiital r-

When you are nappy arinK j'lkz.uu i u wnat you eat won't make von

When you are dry drink PLEZOL. I smile, try a box of Digestlt and then

When you look for prosperity drink I you can't help It. At the Court Phar

PLEZOL. s macy.


Tuesday for 1 Mr. Thompson, a young man from

studies in the I Alabama., has taken a position in Bax

ter cam's .big store.


Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Cordero left to

day for a visit to Tampa. Mr; 'Cordero

returns i. tomorrow, but Mrs. Cordero

will remain, the guest of her sister,
Mrs. W. E. McGahagin, for some days.

Miss Sherouse, the pretty, young

lady who has been presiding over the
Temple ticket window, went out to

her old home at Reddick this morn


VieloVictroU DC, tSO
This newest style
is yours for $50
, The latest addition
to the famous Victor Victor-Victrola
Victrola Victor-Victrola line -and only
An extremely popular price
and made more popular; still
by our easy-payment plan.
Come in and hear this instru instrument,
ment, instrument, and find out how easily it
becomes yours. , -
Other styles of the Victor-Vic troU tW
fo $230. Victor $10 to $100.


, Some people want money on poor

CO. has never failed. If you want a
well write them. Address B4k 167,
Ocala. 9-22-d6t-w2t

quality, and Is stamped on every ttlrT
you buy here. Always on htn4 tx4
line of Buggies. Carriages. Wacxa.
Automobiles, Harness and Leat tr :
Goods and all : kinds of up toi 'Am
Farming Machinery. Every thlnr t.xt
wears wheels, made, 'ot leather -or tmi
to make farming a pleasure. Call
us when in need we will ellmiaate
your troubles.- t r ',
ocala i -.vracirr-i ;

The. sermon at the Christian church

on the subject, "Is Life Long Enough? I

should be especially interesting to the

young people who are invited to at-


A colored man was up In recorder's

court -;this : morning for allowing i

boards to drop ofT his wagon on the
street, thereby forming a menace to

auto tires.

f to SH

F. i i


cox zra

I have a world of : confidence in i

Chamberlain's Cough Remedjr for XI

have used It with perfect suss,"

writes Mrs. M. L Basford. Poolwvllle,

Md. For sale by all dealers

: The roof of the high school build

ing had become badly dilapidated anfT
bad to be repaired. Mr. W. a Blan-A

Ed Carmichael sympathizes with 1 chard did the work-

I Italy and has started an Imperial In

Imitation of Victor EmanueL P S. I FOR RENT The late H. Netties'

Emanuel is dead, but Ed Is very much J property,- Romeo, Fla.;1: store, dwelling
alive. v land stilL Address, Mrs, H. B. Nettles,

Romeo, Fla. : 4 ::.

Troy Hall wears : his cigar with a

genuine Joe Cannon tilt.' Troy may rest AND TIHAIITI

oe as oig a man as uncle Joe some



AlKpreparatlons have been made for l br millions of MOTHERS for their

toe opening or the

i.tii i.u r j r j. Ail ii v t mo,


Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Davis and chll-land is the best remedy for BIA71-

dreif left yesterday for a visit to DaT-JRHOEA. It Is absolutely harmless. Ue

tona, Beacli. They -we Syrup,? and take no other

oy zur Charles o --ve cents a bottle-


Pre-:: f"


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Vc five in car larrrc

ilQ.y to famish yow
Lens, office, farm, garden or work shop with.
7c have a cocipktc line of furniture in med medium
ium medium and high grades with all of the famish,
ings that go with the line Out stock of
hardware is complete and the toots materials,
and implements are of the best; grades We
carry the largest i line of harness wagons,
. carriages, etc, of any house in the city. We
' ; have a good line of office supplies of all hinds
Complete f irnittr e f or the kitchen and dining
room. Ve carry in stock every item the
builder or contractor needs.



J. W. AKIlf :
PkB 235

Ocsilai IFIliiirriilbiiirisr
EIl2ptlipSc Coinnipaimiy
Pumps, GasEnglnes, Steam Heating, Irrigating- Plants,. Rubberold
Roofing, Fira Extinguishers, Kewanee Water Plants, Acetylene Gas
'.Plants, Lamps, Motors, Generators, Fans, Batteries, Electric Fixtures,
Heating Appliances, Everything Electric Electric, Electric Installa Installations.
tions. Installations. ". '
f P. O.'BOX 4 PnONE 280


Ccvc Cclnctia Radiators and Full Floating Rack Axles, and are

v Cc Handsomest Cars on the market.

ED. tujck:eir
C!rliz!:r lor Central Florida. P. 0. Dox 1 Ocala, Florida.



Cr3. Cc-:r.i!2! Ccn't vca

j kcros czu 33Z3. ca a tarying ei ior yonr nice laoier

Czr CcrvlzD Li!vcs will carve; car Cctlery will cut.

IVc ccl czr prices tvlisa ve

(itt) crcrure in czr ucrencre sicre.

JnnnimiIKIiEii?dlw'Sii?,(2 (Co,

. L v--


store, almost every
' Phone 203
wan! sonze flood, line Knives
firs! raarb car CnUery. No

. u ..J UikJ ; .V.
v "V

TSe Taming of
Red Butte

Copyright. ISlflt by Charles Scrfb Scrfb-ners
ners Scrfb-ners Sons.
obeyed her instructions pre precisely.
cisely. precisely. since.Van Lew came
almost Immediately to tap on
tlie door of the superintendent's pri private
vate private room.
' "Miss Eleanor said yon wanted to
see me," be began when Udgerwood
had admitted him. adding, I was jnst
about to chase ont to see what had
become of her.
The frank confession of solicitude
was not thrown away npon Lldger Lldger-wood,
wood, Lldger-wood, and it cost him an effort to pat
the athlete on a plane of brotherly
equality as a comrade In arms.- Cut
he compassed it
Yes; I asked her to send you up,
he replied, then, ."I suppose you know
what we are confronting, Mr, V Van
Lew?" .
"Mrs." Brewster told us as soon as
we came back from the hills. Islt
likely to be serious V ;
"Yes. I wish I could have persuad persuaded
ed persuaded Mrs. Brewster to order the Nadia
out of It. But she has refused to go
and ieaye Mr. Brewster behind.'
"I know," said Van Lew. "We have
all refused."
"So Miss Brewster has just told me,"
frowned LIdgerwood. "That being the
case; we must make the best of it
How are you fixed for arms in the
president's car?"
"I have a1 hunting rifle, a 44 maga magazine,
zine, magazine, and Jeff erls has a small armory
of revolvers boylike."
"Good! The defense of the car. If a
riot materializes. will fall upon you
two.' Judge Holcombe can't be count counted
ed counted In. I'll give you all the help I can
spare, but you'll have to furnish the
brains. I suppose I don't need to tell
you not to take any chances?'
Van Lew shook, his head and smiled.
"Not while the dear girl whom, God
willing, I'm going to marry Is a mem member
ber member of our car party. Fm more likely
to .be overcautious than reckless, Mr.
Here, in terma unmistakable, was a
deep grave In which to bury any poor
phantom of hope which .might have
survived, but LIdgerwood did not ad
vertise the funeral, r
"She Is altogether worthy of r the
most that you can do for her and the
best that you can give her, Mr. Van
Lew," he said gravely. Then he pass passed
ed passed quickly to- the more vital matter.
The Nadia will be placed on the short
spur track at this end of the building,
close In, where you can step from the
rear platform of the car to the station
platform. : I'll try to keep watch for
yon. but you must also keep watch for
yourself. If any firing begins get your
people out quietly and bring them up
here. Of course none of you will have
anything worse than a stray bullet to
fear,' but the side walls of the Nadia
would offer no protection against that"
Van' Lew nodded understanding.
;TCattilt" settled i he said. "Shall I
use my own judgment as to the proper
moment to .make the break, ; or will
you pass us the word?"
LIdgerwood took time to consider.
Conditions might arise under 5 which
the Crow's Nest would be the most
unsafe place in Angels to. which to flee
for shelter.
Perhaps you would better sit tight
ijntjl I give the .word,"- he directed
after the reflective pause. then in a
lighter vein: "All of these careful pre pre-figurings
figurings pre-figurings may be entirely beside the
mark. Mr. Van Lew. I hope the event
may prove that they were. Don't let
the women worry any more than they
have to. i
"You can 'trust me for that" laugh laughed
ed laughed the athlete, and he went his way
to begin the keeping up r, of appear appearances.
ances. appearances.
At 7 o'clock. Just as LIdgerwood was
finishing the luncheon which had been
sent up to his office from the station
kitchen, train 203 palled in from the
east, and a Httle later Dawson's be belated
lated belated wrecking train trailed up from
the west bringing the "cripples" from
the Little Butte disaster. LIdgerwood
summoned McJSloskey.
I wish you would go downstairs and
see If Grldley came in on 203. If he
did bring him and Benson up here,
and we'll hold a council of war. If
you see Dawson send him home to
his mother and sister. He can report
to me later if be finds It safe to leave
his womankind."
The door of the outer office had bare barely
ly barely closed behind McCloskey when that
opening into the corridor swung upon
Its hinges to admit ; the master me mechanic
chanic mechanic He was dusty and travel stain stained,
ed, stained, but nothing seemed to stale bis
genial good humor.
, WelL well. Mr. LIdgerwood! : So the
hoboes have asked to see your hand at
last have they T he began sympatheti sympathetically,
cally, sympathetically, "I '.. heard of it over In Copah
just In good time to let me catch 203.
You're not going to let them make you
show down, are you?"
"No, said LIdgerwood." ; :
That's right1 That's precisely the
way to stack It up. Of course you
know you can count on me. I've got a
beautiful lot of pirates over In the
sbopa, but 'we'll try to: hold. them lev
eL .Then in the same even tone
They tell me we went Into the hole
again last night over at Little Butte.
Pretty bad? ; V ;
; Very bad.. Six klUed outright .and
as many more to bury later on, I am
told by the Red Butte doctors." .
"HeaTens and arth! The men are
calling it a broken rail. Was It?"
"A loosened rail," corrected Udcr
wood, i " r k; '
ZJTizzr mechanic's eyea narrow

" Gridiey swore savagely. :f :f:
This thing's got to tcp,
wood! : Sift it-sift it to the tcttrJ
Whom do you suspect? ; r
It was a plain truth.. though an fin fin-Intentionally
Intentionally fin-Intentionally misleading one that the
superintendent put into his reply 4 -I
don't suspect any one.' GrfcBsyt
be began, and he was going on to, say
that suspicion had grown to certainty
when the latch of the door opening
from the outer office clicked again and
McCloskey came in with Benson. The
master mechanic excused himself ab abruptly
ruptly abruptly when he saw who the trainmas trainmaster's
ter's trainmaster's follower was. v, .-;.,
"III go and get something to eat
he said hurriedly, "after which IU
pick up a few men whom we can de depend
pend depend upon and i garrison the shops.
Send over for me If you need me."
Benson looked hard at the door
which was still quivering, under Grid Grid-ley's
ley's Grid-ley's outgoing slam. And when the
master mechanic's tread was no longer
audible In the upper corridor the young
engineer turned to the man at the
desk to say, "What tickled the. boss
machinist LIdgerwood?"
1 don't know. Why ?"
Benson: looked at McCloskey.
."Just as we came in he was stand standing
ing standing over you with a look in his eyes
as if he were about to murder you and
couldn't quite make up his mind as to
the simplest way of doing it Then
the look changed to his usual cast iron
smile in .the flirt of a flea's hind leg at
some joke you were telling, I took It"
Being careful and .troubled about
many things, LIdgerwood missed the
point of Benson's, remark; could : not
remember when he tried just what it
was that he had been saying to Grid Grid-ley
ley Grid-ley when the interruption came. But
the matter was easily dismissed: Hav Having
ing Having his two chief lieutenants before
him, the superintendent seized the op opportunity
portunity opportunity to outline the" plan of cam campaign
paign campaign for the night. McCloskey was
to stay by; the wlres,: with Callahan-" to
share his watch. Dawson when he
should come down was to pick up a
few of the loyal enginemen and guard
the roundhouse. Benson was to take
charge of the yards, keeping his eye on
the Nadia. A t the fi rst indication : of
an outbreak he was to pass the word
to Van Lew, .who would immediately
transfer the private car party to the
second floor offices in the headquarters
That Is all," was Lldgerwood's sum summing
ming summing up when he had made his dispo dispositions
sitions dispositions like a careful commander; in
chiefVail but one thing. ; Mac, have
you seen anything of Halldok?" -!
"Not since the middle of the after afternoon,'
noon,' afternoon,' was the prompt reply.1
"And Judson has not yet reported?
" "No.'"'?;;" .- V-

v "WeJI, this Is for you, Benson Mae
already knows it: Judson is out look looking
ing looking for : Hallock. He has a warrant
for Hallock's arrest"
. Benson's eyes narrowed.
"Then you have found the ringleader
at last ba ve you?" be asked.
"I am sorry to say that there doesn't
seem to be any doubt of Hallock's
guilt The arrest will be made quietly.
Judson understands that There is an another
other another man that we've got to nave, and
there is no time just now. to go after
him." .-. : v ; :
' "Who la the other man?" asked Ben Benson.
son. Benson. -
.'It is Flemlster, the man who has
the stolen switching engine boxed up
in a power 'house built out of planks
sawed from your Gloria bridge tim timbers."
bers." timbers." "I told you sol" exclaimed the young
engineer. "By Jove, I'll never forgive
you if you don't send him to the rock
pile for that LIdgerwood I"
"I have promised to hang him," said
the superintendent soberly "him and
the man who has been working with
him." V ; j v -
"And that s Rankin Hallockcut trf
the trainmaster v y indlctlvely, and" his
scowl was grotesquely hideous. "Can
you hang them, Mr. LIdgerwood?"
"Yes. Flemlster and a man whom
Judson has identified as Hallock were
the two who ditched 204 at Silver
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Switch last night.:. The charge In Jud Jud-son's
son's Jud-son's warrant reads train wrecking
and mnrdpr -
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Tho trainmaster smote the desk with
his fist J
I'll add one more strand to the rope
Hallock's rope." he gritted ferocious ferociously.
ly. ferociously. "You remember wtii J told yea
ahout that looseotd rcO-tixt ca.:" t
the wreck, la. thet Crcrir;
You said eamwit 2ri;; I
to see Cruikshanks. He ciJi o O
ajo, but he got there just exactly fotnr
hours after 202 bad gone on past Kara Kara-jo,
jo, Kara-jo, and he came on foot, walking down
the track from the hills!"
"Where did you get that? asked,
LIdgerwood quickly. ;
"From the agent at Navajo. 1 wasn't
satisfied with the waylt shaped- up,
and I did a little inrestigatlng on my
own book." j
It was close upon 8 o'clock when the
two lieutenants went to their respec respective
tive respective posts. It was fully an hour farther
along and the tense strain of suspense
was beginning to tell upon the man
who sat thoughtful and alone in the
second floor office of the Crow's Nest
when Benson ran up to report the sit situation
uation situation In the yards. "".'
vtery thing quiet so far," was the
news he brought. rjgreTe got the Na Nadia
dia Nadia on the east spur, wtcr tta. fcis
can slip out and make ttlr"Xtrcy
If ttty have to. There are several lit little
tle little squads of the discharged men bang bang-ing
ing bang-ing around, but not many more than
usual. The east and west yards are
clear, and the three sections of tho
midnight freight are ere wed and ready
to pull out when the time comes. -The
folkses are playing dummy whist in
the Nadia, and Gridley Is holding the
fort at the shops- with the toughest
looking lot of myrmidons you ever laid
your eyes on.
Once again LIdgerwood was making
tiny squares on his desk blotter;
-I'm thankful that the news of the
strike got to Copah in time to bring
Gridley over on 203. he said. v 4
Benson's boyish eyes opened to then
widest angle.
"Did he say he came in on two two-three?
three? two-three? he asked." t
Tie did.
"Well, thats odd-evmsh odd. 1
was on that train, and I rambled v it
from one end to the other, which Is a
bad habit I have when Tm trying to
kill. travel time. Gridley isn't a man
to be easily? overlooked;;' Reckon he
was riding on the brake beams. He
was dirty enough to make the guess
good. Hello. Fredr this to Dawson,
who had at that moment let himself
in through the deserted outer Oca.
"We were r Just talking about your
boss and wondering bow he got here
from Copah on two-three without ray
seeing him. . -
He dldnt come from CopaV call
the draftsman briefly., "Ha csxsa Is
with, me from the wtsston tse wrack wrack-bag
bag wrack-bag train. Ha was In Red Butte, cad
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