A Solid Carload of Cbalra Han Jnat
Been Re eel red
All Priced Chair Among Them
RaeklBS Chtdnt, Willow mm Czx
Chairs, DLalnc Cfcalra, Uw, J2s3-
last aatd Ills Gratfe Chain.
TIIE FURNITURE MBS
OCALA. FLORIDA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1911.
THE FURNTTUR3 IHT
nun r 1 mmv fin
UU JUUllill UUi
FULLER & AYER
Office over Munroe & Clia in bliss B'lc
Rooms !, 10 and II,. Second Floor,
OCALA - FLORIDA
L. F. BLALOCK
Office 0er Commercial Bank
OCALA - - FLORIDA
Office Hours, 8 to 12 a. m. 1 to 5
p. m. fPhone 211.
F. E. McCLANE
Physician and Surgeon
General Practice Calls Made Prompt Promptly,
ly, Promptly, Might or Day.
Special Attention to Obstetrics, Dis Diseases
eases Diseases of Women and Children.
orflce Rooms 1, 2. 3, 4, 5 and 6, Holder
Building, Second Floor. Phones.
Office No. 333; Residence No. 333
C. J. PHILLIPS
Contractor and Builder
Plans ana specifications Furnished
120 South Third Street
Ml VER & MAC KAY
Undertakers and Erobalmers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
ALFRED E. OWEX, Funeral Director.
All AVork Done by Licensed Em Em-balmers
balmers Em-balmers and Fully Guaranteed.
DR. J. T. SHAW, VETERINARIAN
Graduate of the United States Col College
lege College of Veterinary Surgeons,
WASHINGTON. D. (J.
Located at the Jonea Ilonpital on South
First Street. West
AH Calls Promptly Answered.
MONTEZUMA BARBER SHOP
W. F. BLESCH, Proprietor.
Dusiness Men's favorite Place Reop Reopened
ened Reopened by r Veteran.
CALL AND SEE BM
Accurate Building Plans, Blue Prints
and Specifications made. Lands Sur Surveyed
veyed Surveyed and Platted. Close Estimates
made on Erection of Buildings of any
character by contract or on commis commission
sion commission basis, write or consult me at
Room 27, Holder It lock
OCALA - FLORIDA
W. G. BLANCHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
P. O. BOX 46 OCALA. FLA.
BROADWAY CENTRAL HOTEL
Broadway, corner Third St.
IN THE HEART OF NEW YORK
Only Medium Priced Hotel Left in
Special Attention Given to Ladies
Special Rates for Summer
Our Table is the Foundation of Our
American Plan, $2.30 Upwards
European -Plan, $1.00 Upwards
Send for Large Colored 3Iap of New
DAN C. WEBB, Proprietor
The Only New York Hotel Featuring
Moderate Prices. Excellent Food.
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates Made on All Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
IBS HIS RECORD
For Long DiMtanee Fiisht -I Xuw a
Hundred Milew In Advance uf
' At wood
Marshall. Mo., Oct. 12. Galbraith
Rogers, who landed here last night,
has flown thirteen hundred and ninety ninety-eight
eight ninety-eight miles from New York westward.
This breaks the world's cross country
flight record by over one hundred
miles. The record was previously held
by Harry At wood.
IIhm Keacbed Kana Vliy
Kansas City. Mo., Oct. 12. Aviator
Rogers landed In Swope Park here
this morning at 11:31 o'clock.
MIDNIGHT IV THE OZARKS
and yet sleepless, Siram Scanton, of
Clay City. 111., coughed and coughed.
Ha was in the mountains on the advice
! of Ave doctors, who said he had con
sumption, but found no help in the
climate, and started home. Hearing of
Dr. King's New Discovery, he began
to use it. "I believe it saved my life,"
he writes, "for it made a new man of
me, so that I can now do good work
again." For all lung diseases, coughs,
colds, lagrippe, asthma, croup, whoop whooping
ing whooping cough, hay fever, hemorrhages,
hoarseness or quinsy, its the best
known remedy. Price 50c and $1. Trial
bottle free. Guaranteed by Tydings
SPANIARDS WERE SUCCESSFUL.
la a Rattle With MooriMh TribeMmen
Xear Melllla -Severe I.okm on
Ilotb SI dew
Madrid, Spain. Oct. 12. Official dis dispatches
patches dispatches from Melilla say that the
Spaniards in a ten hours' engagement
have defeated the Moorish tribesmen,
who number about 5,000.
Many prisoners, arms and cattle
were captured. The Spanish loss was
considerable. Special press messages
estimate it at over a hundred killed
A MEDICINE THAT
is Foley's Honey and Tar Compound.
Mrs. T. J. Adams, 522 N. Kansas ave avenue,
nue, avenue, Columbus, Kas., writes: "For a
number of years my children have
been subject to coughs and colds. I
used Foley's Honey and Tar Compound
and found that it cured their coughs
and colds, so I keep it in the house all
the time." Refuse substitutes. For
sale at the Court Pharmacy.
Cotton Plant, Oct. 12. Mrs. D. M
Barco is visiting her daughter, Mrs.
Veal of Istachatta. She went down on
account of the illness of Mrs. Veal's
Quarterly conference convenes here
Saturday and Sunday. Dinner on the
grounds Saturday. Everyone invited
to attend. There will be preaching by
the presiding elder both days.
Tie weather continues warm, which
is very disagreeable.
W. M. Rarco made a flying trip to
C. R. Veal, wife and children spent
Sunday with parents at Martel.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnson of Sunny Slope
visited relatives in Martel Sunday.
Mrs. G. M. Barco returned from
Clearwater Tuesday. Mrs. Barco ex expects
pects expects her daughter. Miss Sue Barco,
BACKACHE IS A WARNING
Ocala People Should Not Neglect Their
Backache Is Nature's most frequent
signal of sick or weakened kidneys.
To cure the pains and aches, to remove
the lameness, you must reach the
cause the kidneys. If you have pain
thru the small of your back, urinary
disorders, headaches, dizzy spells, or
are nervous and depressed, start treat treating
ing treating the kidneys with a tested kidney
remedy. The slightest symptom of
kidney trouble may be nature's warn warning
ing warning of approaching dropsy, gravel or
fatal Bright's disease. Doan's Kidney
Pills should be used at the first sign
of disorder. Doan's Kidney Pills are
especially for sick kidneys have been
curing kidney trouble for over 75
years. Read Ocala testimony:
John H. Brooks, North Orange St.,
Ocala, Fla., says: "I feel justified in
recommending Doan's Kidney Pills. 1
have used them for kidney complaint
and lame and weak back, and I have
found great relief. I consider this rem remedy
edy remedy an excellent one, and do not hes-
! itate to give it my endorsement."
For sale by all dealers. Price, fifty
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N.
! x., soie agents ror tne umtea states.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other. 7
BELLE VI K W
Belleview, Oct. 12. Little James
Wenrich who has been quite ill for the
past week, still continues quite sick.
Mr. S. T. Maddox left Sunday night
for Jacksonville, where he will resume
his duties as baggagemaster on the
A. C. L. While here Mr. Maddox was
the guest of his aunt, Mrs. A. I West.
Mr. Earl Davenport is enjoying a
visit from his father, who came in
Monday from Omaha,
Mr. and Mrs. Nott and Miss Nichols
were Ocala shoppers last Friday.
Mrs. Lantz returned Tuesday night
from Tennessee, where she spent the
summer with her son, Rev. Ella Lantz.
At present she is the guest of her
daughter, Mrs. W. R. Bryant.
Mr. and Mrs. Fielding. Mr. and Mrs
Nott and Misses Edna Fielding, Edna
Nichols and Ida Kilpatrick with Mes Messrs.
srs. Messrs. Earl Davenport. Albert Carter and
Sidney Maddox spent Sunday pleas
antly at North Lake Weir.
Mr. Sanford spent Stinday with his
father at Coleman.
The W. C. T. U. had a pleasant meet meeting
ing meeting at Prof. Rickard"s Sunday after
NEVER BRINGS SUCCESS
To make a success In the matter ef
kidney, bladder or rheumatic trouble
take Hall's Texas Wonder. It gives
nuick and permanent relief. Write for
testimonials. Dr. E. W. Hall. 2926 Ol
ive street, St. Louis, Mo.
Sold by all druggists.
to orie that Alf worries the
GINIK AND BOQ3 THEY DISCOVER THAT THE SILLY OSTRICH CAN PUT UP A KICK
Oklawaha. Oct. 10. The weather we
are having is something fierce, hot and
dry. No one can get up any garden
seed. Uncle John Stark says this is the
first fall that he has ever missefl hav having
ing having his garden seed all up and some
vegetables large enough to eat. And
when Mr. Stark complains of it being
dry, it certainly is dry.
Rev. Nease preached his regular ser sermon
mon sermon here last Sunday, and the past
week we have been having a protract protracted
ed protracted meeting by Rev. Anderson of South
Carolina. We have certainly had some
The social given last Saturday night
bj the Sunbeam Sewing Circle over at
the pavilion proved a success.
Mr. A. W. Yonatue was a visitor to
Mr. J. M. Blair has arrived from
Crystal River, where he has been en enjoying
joying enjoying the salt water for the past three
We are glad to see James Marshall
up and around the house again.
The trustees of the school are going
to have a meeting Saturday at the
school house to discuss the question
whether or not they will have an as assistant
sistant assistant teacher. Also to build an addi addition
tion addition to the school house. The trustees
have requested all the patrons of the
school to meet at the school house next
Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
FOLEY'S K1DEY REMEDY
VS. A HOPELESS CASE
Hon. Ark. J. E. Freeman says: "I had
severe case of kidney trouble and
could not work and my case seemed
hopeless. One large bottle of Foley's
Kidney Remedy cured me and I have
never been bothered since. I always
recommend it." For sale at the Court
Berlin, Oct. 11. We are still having
dry weather and fall gardens are al almost
most almost a failure.
Rev. W. D. Entzminger of Summer-
field preached a very interesting ser
mon at Fellowship last Sunday and is
holding a protracted meeting at
Blitchton for a few days.
Miss Lottie Mills is spending the
week in Ocala with her sister.
Mr. Dunn of Central was in our burg
S. J. and H. J. McCully visited the
Brick City last Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Rawls and chil
dren of Ocala spent Sundav in our
midst, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W.
Mr. E. C. Rawls, the city ticket
agent for the S. A. L. in Jacksonville,
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. C.
Stephens last week.
Several of our citizens attended the
picnic at Oak Grove last Saturday and
report a veH" pleasant time.
Mr. S. W. Curry is having his cistern
re-cemented. The weather man must
have promised him a rain In the near
The worms are playing havoc with
the velvet beans in this vieinitv. Thev
have about eaten all the leave,jp.
Mrs. Took of Cedar Keys is visiting
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Snowden for a few
Miss Reggie McCully, the efficient
teacher at Paisley, was the guest of
her mother last Saturdav.
KICKED 11Y A MAD HORSE
Samuel Birsch, of Beetown, Wis., had
a most narrow escape from losing his
leg, as no doctor could heal the fright frightful
ful frightful sore that developed, but at last
Eucklen's Arnica Salve cured it com completely.
pletely. completely. Its the greatest healer of ul ulcers,
cers, ulcers, burns, boils, eczema, scalds, cuts,
corns, cold-sores, bruises and piles on
earth. Try it 25c at Tydings & Co.
PERPETRATED BY WAIT Ac D0UGALL
TWO DISTINGUISHED DRIVERS.
take pleasure in presenting tne portraits
of two celebrated coach drivers A. Cm Cm-derbilt,
derbilt, Cm-derbilt, whose coach The Venture leaves
London every other morning for Brighton
with a load of human freight, returning for
town next morning and ReJdjy Brown,
whose coachTThe Buotrdp,can be found
any old hour of the day or night down at
the depot. Asa mafterof fact yound Alf
UanA it to Reddy ds 3 driver but
most over his jo L.We can recommen dboth.
DKAPXESS CAXNOT BE CtJRED j
by local applications, as they cannot j
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way toipujrgjdeaf toipujrgjdeaf-ness,
ness, toipujrgjdeaf-ness, and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
inflamed condition of the mucous lin lining
ing lining of the Eustachian tube. When
this tube is inflamed you have a
rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing,
and when it is entirely closed, deaf deafness
ness deafness is the result, and unless the in inflammation
flammation inflammation can be taken out and this
tube restored to its normal condition,
hearing will be destroyed forever;
nine cases out of ten are caused by
catarrh, which is nothing but an in
flamed condition of the mucous sur surfaces.
faces. surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for cir
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, 75c. Take Hall's
Family Pills for constipation.
Citra, Oct. 12. Mr. C. F. Goodman of
Saxton spent Sunday here. He will re return
turn return with his family to live here in
about ten days, which is a glad sur
prise to their many friends here.
Mr. Charles Kendrick spent Sunday
at White Springs with his wife.
Miss Mamie Anderson of Micanopy
spent the week end here with her
friend. Miss May Redditt.
Mrs. Charles Melton and children of
Micanopy spent a few days last week
here visiting Mrs. J. W. Melton.
Mrs. Charles Deserieo is spending a
few days here with her sister, Mrs.
lames Ausley and Miss Ethel Hob-
kirk before going to Jacksonville to
Mr Malphurs and grandson. Master
Ernest Thornton of Worthington
Springs, spent Jast week here with his
son. .Mr. J. N. Malphurs.
Miss Belle Holder of Santa Fe is at attending
tending attending school here now.
Mr. W. H. Harrison and daughter.
Adelaide spent Sunday at Reddick.
Mrs. Johnson and daughter. Ruby,
visited Mrs. S. Raney here last week.
Mrs. J. M. Louis spent last week vis visiting
iting visiting her brother in Jacksonville.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Crosby spent a
few days last week in Ocala.
Miss Erasbera Ervin has been quite
sick for a few days.
Mr. W. E. Edwards, the S. A. L
roadmaster. was in Citra Tuesday.
Mrs. J. D. Stilley and son, Johnson,
spent Sunday here visiting her sister,
Mrs Redditt. Master Dixon Redditt
accompanied them home Monday.
SAVED HIS MOTHER'S LIFE
"Four doctors had given me up."
writes Mrs. Laura Gaines, of Avoca,
La., "and my children and my friends
were looking for me to die, when my
son insisted that I use Electric Bit Bitters.
ters. Bitters. I did so. and they have done me
a world of good. I will always praise
them." Electric Bitters is a priceless
blessing to women troubled with faint
ing and dizzy spells, backache, head headache,
ache, headache, weakness, debility, constipation
or kidney disorders. Use them and
crain new health, strength and vigor.
They're guaranteed to satisfy or mon
ey refunded. Only "-Oc at Tydings &
AGENTS WANTED First class for
this and surrounding counties, for the
"New Standard 1910 Census Atlas of
the World." Agents make ?40 to $60
per week. Best of terms. Also agents
for low-priced, easy selling juvenile
and holiday books. Combination out outfit
fit outfit postpaid only 20c. SO per cent com commission
mission commission to agents. Full particulars
free. Address A. B. Kuhlman, pub publisher,
lisher, publisher, 126 West Lake St., Chicago, 111.
Oxford, Oct. 11. Mr. Howard Hurst
left for Terrell last week, where he
has accepted "a position "guarding con convicts.
victs. convicts. Miss Leila O'Dell hs returned from
Michigan, where she has been visit visiting
ing visiting for the past two months.
The ladies of Oxford gave a chicken
supper last Friday night at the Odd
Fellows' hall for the benefit of the
orphanage home at Arcadia. Large
crowds attended and a nice sum was
realized for this worthy cause.
Mrs. R. H. Smith was called to Ocala
last week to her daughter, Mrs. Bor Borden,
den, Borden, who is very sick.
Mr. C. W. Warnock made a busi business
ness business trip to Ocala Saturday.
Mr. J. T. Laveigue's family and
daughter, Mrs. Rowell from Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, Mr. Tom Laveigue's family
and Mr. Nelson's family accompanied
by a large crowd of j-oung folks all
went out to Lake Winona Saturday,
the men all going out the night be before
fore before to fish. All report a jolly good
time, bathing and catching fish.
Mr. Charles Driggers has gone to
Leesburg to open a first class barber barbershop.
shop. barbershop. He has just recently returned
from finishing a course in this trade
at Atlanta. We wish him much suc
Mr. T. E. Smith and Mr. Arthur
Hood have bought out the market bus business
iness business from Judson Perry and opened
in the front of the building known as
Caruther's old store.
Mr. Page, wife and daughter of Chi
cago, arrived at oxiora House Sun
day and expect to make Oxford their
future home. We most cordially wel welcome
come welcome them as citizens.
The rocks are being hauled for the
foundation to our new drugstore. It
will be erected where the old one was
burned down last January, and is to
be a brick structure. It will add very
much to the looks of our town.
The Christian church has just been
remodeled and newly painted and is
greatly improved by same. We are
glad to report these improvements.
Mr. Collier motored up to Ocala last
Saturday, accompanied by W. H. Smith
and George Caruthers. Mr. Smith re remained
mained remained over in Ocala until Sunday to
visit his sister, Mrs. Borden, who is
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stapp
last week, a fine boy. Both mother
and baby are doing nicely, and Charlie
is one proud man in Oxford.
2SEVER OUT OF WORK
The busiest little things eve.r made
are Dr. King's New Life Pills. Every
pill is a sugar-coated globule of health
that changes weakness into strength,
languor into energy, brain-fag into
mental power: curing constipation,
headache, chills, dyspepsia, malaria.
Only 23c at Tydings & Co.
LAND FOR SALE
For sale, forty acres of fine land
located at Fort McCoy and one mile
west of Ocala Northern Railroad. Will
sell in ten acre lots if so desired.
Twenty acres cypress timber and
twenty acres pine and hammock. Per Perfectly
fectly Perfectly safe investment: will double in
value in a very short time. Perfect
deed. Apply to W. H. McConn, P. O.
Box 16, Ocala, Fla.
You are not experimenting on your yourself
self yourself when you take Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy for a cold as th3t prep preparation
aration preparation has won its great reputation
and extensive sale by its remarkable
cures of colds, and can always be de depended
pended depended upon. It is equally valuable
for adults and children and may be
given to young children with implicit
confidence as it contains no harmful
drag. Sold by all dealers.
fl i fJjErT (themboth
Bonar $3.00 Hats
Sweet, Orr & Com
THIS ISA SIGNED GUARANTEE OF SAT SATISFACTION
ISFACTION SATISFACTION BY THE MANUFACTURERS OF
White, Wile & Warner, makers of the famous W-W-W- Ring, au authorize
thorize authorize the retailer to sell their Rings with an absolute guarantee of
satisfaction. This guarantee includes the STONES STAYING IN (ex (except
cept (except diamonds). If, however, the stones should come out, the maker re replaces
places replaces them absolutely free of charge. The ring is guaranteed in every
detail. If you wish to buy a ring that will give you entire satisfaction
and much pleasure, we suggest that
!the mark W-W-W on the inside.
Makers of Rings "Tn, Which
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An employ none bat expert we are In powKlon to urn a ran tee ev
ery piece of work we ronntroet to aland the fnapeetlen of tbe -meat
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FORT KIG BLOCK
We have just received a fresh shipment of these favor favorite
ite favorite candies in fc. and 10c. packages, which contain
Chocolates, Chocolate Creams, Chocolate
Almons and Chocolate Cherries.
Also a large assortment ot Chewing Gum.
J. C. GEIGER, Manager.
you buy W-W-W rings. Look for
W W W rings guaranteed solid gold.
-"the Stones Do Stay In".
Rinus to Select From
us Give an Estimate on Your
ook is peon
for onr patrons to select their
own fashions. We show them
a splendid selection of up-io
date designs in the finest
fabrics, and we make a Suit
to measure with the under understanding
standing understanding that it fits or there is
no sale We want to make you
a trial suit, because we know
we will have your future cus custom
tom custom afterwards.
OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1911
OCALA EVENING STAR
Bittinger & Carroll, Proprietors.
R. R, Cam-oil, Business Manager.
J. H. Benjamin, Editor.
A CHAIN OF COUNTY PAIRS
The Star learns from the Leesburg
Commercial that a number of leading
citizens will meet In that pretty town
Oct. 24. with a view to making ar arrangements
rangements arrangements to have a county fair.
It would be an excellent enterprise
-for Lake county, which has some of
the most fertile land and beautiful
scenery in the state. The Star is sure
that the splendid country of which
Leesburg is the metropolis could make
an exhibit which would be most in interesting
teresting interesting to not only its own people
ana inose oi r lonaa in general, uui iu
anyone from any part of the world.
Its also the Star's opinion that all
the other counties in this section,
namely: Alachua," Levy, Sumter, Citrus
and others if possible should hold
fairs and hold them on dates thaJ
would not conflict, so that people who
went to one could go to others if they
saw fit. And, to carry the idea to its
logical conclusion, there should be,
and could be. fairs in all the counties
of the state, all of which should have
their fairs on dates convenient for the
people of each county to, attend the
fairs of the other counties, if they de desired
sired desired to do so.
This is the idea of Secretary Will Will-lams
lams Will-lams of the Marion County Fair Asso Association,
ciation, Association, who has done so much for our
own exhibit. He knows that this sys system
tem system is successfully followed in north northern
ern northern states, where the county fair is an
'indispensable institution, and he very
reasonably believes that Florida can
follow the same system.
A COUNTY HISTORY
Mr. Tom Gary, who is very well in informed
formed informed and has many excellent ideas,
showed the Star reporter the other day
a county history of a South Carolina
county, and suggested that some one
write a history of Marion county.
The writer has been thinking for
some time of advocating such a move,
and ever since July 4, at Orange
Springs, when he heard from Profes
sor Brinson so many interesting state
ments about that section in particular
and the county In general, he has
thought the professor the proper per
son for a historian. The last three-
quarters of a century' have been rich
in incidents to the country in a radius
of thirty or forty miles of Ocala, and
if they were compiled into a volume,
it would make excellent reading for
the people of today and those who
come after them. The Star doesn't
know that Mr. Brinson would under
take the work, but If he would, it is
of the opinion that it would pay the
county to guarantee remuneration to
make the work worth his while.
APPLE YARD'S ERRORS
The long and labored articles which
State Printer Appleyard has contrib
uted to the Times-Union In an attempt
to discredit the uniform text book law
may have had the intended effect with
those to whom no other source of in
formation is open, but his brothren of
the press, while too polite (this is
some of them) to accuse "Tommus" of
having any other motive than the
purest patriotism, can't help wondering
how his gigantic intellect could ar
range such a large quantity of natural naturally
ly naturally truthful figures in a way to make
them lie in favor of the book trust.
Several leading papers, notably the
Tampa Times. Dixie, the Starke Tele Telegraph
graph Telegraph and others, have upset Apple Apple-yard's
yard's Apple-yard's argument by his own figures
Tom's figures were all right but he
put many of them in the wrong places
The leading educators of the state
are in favor of letting the law alone
until it has been thoroughly tested
which will take at least four years. It
will be quite safe to take their advice
BIG LEGAL BATTLE BEGUN
James B. McNamara, the younger
brother of John J. McNamara, secre
tary of the International Association
of Bridge and Structural Ironworkers
of America, will be tried first for the
murder of the nineteen men who lost
their lives in the blowing up of the
Los Angeles Times building on the
"morning of October 1, 1910.
The prisoners were arraigned Imme Immediately
diately Immediately after opening of court at Los
Angeles Wednesday. Both pleaded not
guilty to the charge. The defense then
demanded that the men be tried sep
arately, to which the state agreed, and
District Attorney Fredericks said the
state would try James B. McNamara
James B. McNamara is really the
more important prisoner of the two
He is charged with having had an ac
tive part in the purchase of the ma
terial from which the bomb was made
' that, it is alleged, was used in de
stroying the Times building, and he
had been identified by a woman board
ing nouse Keeper as the man who, un under
der under the name of "James B. Bryce," with
two companions, stopped with her for
a time preceding the explosion. This
"Bryce" with one David Schmidt and a
man named Caplan, purchased explo explosives
sives explosives from the Giant Powder Company
at San Francisco a short time prior to
the blowing up of the Times plant.
Revolutionists are in full possession
of the town of Wuchang, near Kan Kan-kow,
kow, Kan-kow, China, and they are putting the
inhabitants to death and burning the
city. Twenty-five American mission missionaries
aries missionaries are known to have been at Wu Wuchang
chang Wuchang within the past week. Whether
they escaped during the fighting, or
were sacrifled to the vengeance of the
revolutionists is not known.
SENATOR DAVIS IS WEARY
OF SINGLE CUSSEDXESS
I Announcement Is made in Little
Rock, Ark., of the marriage of United
States Senator Jeff Davis and Miss
Lela Carter of Ozark: The ceremony
will take place at Ozark this after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. WILLIAMS WILL SUPPORT WILSON
In a political Interview at Meridian,
Miss., Senator John Sharp Williams
said that he will support Woodrow
"Wilson for the democratic nomination
for the presidency In 1S12.
Local showers tonight
light variable winds.
NEW CROP SEEDS
I have Just received a fresh lot of
the new crop, garden, flower and field
seed, Wm. Anderson. Druggist, Ocala.
MRS. CARL EIDHAMMF.R
The death angel visited the home of
Mr. Carl Eidhammer Sept. 26, 1911, at
7 o'clock and bore the sweet spirit of
his devoted wife to a world where
there is no suffering. Mrs. Eidhammer
had only been here since February,
coming here for her health. The Lord
giveth. the Lord taketh. Mrs. Eidham Eidhammer
mer Eidhammer came here from Superior. Wis.,
where she left friends and relatives
who hoped she would set well. His
will be done.
The funeral services were held from
the residence of Mrs. McComock at
Oxford, Wednesday, September 27. at
10 o'clock by Rev. Martin of the Chris Christian
tian Christian church. The body was laid to rest
In the Pine Level cemetery at Oxford,
where a large crowd paid the last re-
pects for our sweet iriena who has
gone before. The casket was covered
with many pretty flowers and nature's
country. Rev. Martin extended the
heartfelt sympathy of the community
o the bereaved family. Mrs. Eidham
mer was a aevoteu Lnrisiian, a wue
and a mother. She leaves to mourn her
death a husband, three children, Carl,
Elizabeth and Dorothy, with a host of
relatives up north to mourn her death.
The Lord doeth all things well. Blessed
be the name of the Lord.
Oxford. October 11, 1911.
Orange Springs. Oct
12. Mr. H. A.
C. Douglass of
Wartmann and Mr. R.
Citra were business
Mr. R. A. Carlton of Ocala was among
the arrivals Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Magaw attended
the masquerade Saturday night and
spent Sunday here.
Mr. Pavton Alderman of Ocala was a
Sunday visitor at the spring.
Mrs. F. D. Stevenson of Kansas City,
Mo., arrived here Thursday. She has a
position with the New South Farm &
We had a spirited service at the
Methodist church Sunday evening. Rev.
P. W. Peck, of Ocean City, N. J., deliv delivered
ered delivered an able sermon on the subject,
"Character Building." There were sev
eral beautiful song selections with Miss
Lois Massey at the organ. Mrs. N. L.
Smith read a sacred writing on the
subject, "How to Get a Vision of God."
It was her own composition and shows
the deep spirited nature of the writer
Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Wimberly are
spending this week in Jacksonville
the guest of relatives.
Dr. Kolbe had the misfortune to lose
his horse last Saturday
Mr. Nelson S. Patrick was a business
visitor to Jacksonville for several days
Mr. and Mrs. Moberly went shopping
in Ocala last week.
Mrs. Tunis has bought a beautiful
building site and is having some good
work done improving the same.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy George of Ocala
spent Sunday here. As Miss Bobbie
Harrison Mrs. George was well known
in Orange Springs.
We are sorry to report Miss Bessie
Porter somewhat indisposed.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Miller and son
C. A. Miller and wife and Miss Gracie
Miller of Lynne, Mass., form a pleasant
party of homeseekers which arrived
yesterday. The New South Farm and
Home Company is doing great things
for Florida by bringing some excellent
families in. May all the waste places
blossom like the rose.
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Sistrunk and chil
dren spent Sunday here.
Mrs. J. W. Miller was thrown out of
an automobile and received some pain
ful bruises. Otherwise she was not in
Following are the names of the
homeseekers who arrived last week
Steve Stewart, Detroit, Mich., G. A
Ringer, Ohio; Wm. Howard, Pueblo
Colo.; Capt. Sydney Bartlett and wife
Salmon Arm, B. C: Mathew Winfong,
Wayne, Pa.; H. Schwerin, Bryan Myr,
Pa.; John Moore, Rosemond, Pa.; E. K
Hudson, Laurence, Mass.; C. A. Nesbit
Rapid City, S. D.; W. C. Harris, Lynn
Saturday night was the scene of a
pretty masquerade ball on an open
pavilion underneath oak boughs laden
with graceful Spanish moss. The moon
lit skies, the colored Japanese lanterns
scattered about lent much toward
making an attractive setting that could
not hav,e been duplicated in any other
place. About 12 o'clock every one left
for the hotel to partake of a delightful
buffet super served from chafing
dishes. Guests from Jacksonville, Ocala,
Burbank, Fort McCoy, Kenwood, In
terlachen Rodman and Kenilworth left
in autos and private cars. Some re
mained over Sunday to enjoy an out
ing at the springs. Everyone reported
a royal good time and ready to return
any time for another party.
To Miss Alice Evans and Mrs. Pow
ers thanks are due for delightful re
freshments and pleasure for the merry
dancers. A list of the masquerade
costumes was handed to your corres correspondent
pondent correspondent which I give below:
Miss Evans was a winner as a jockey
Mrs. F. D. and C. B. Powers were
charming little school lasses.
Mrs. Turner was becoming as Little
Miss Lucy Pegram as the Orange
Mr. T. C. Mitchell and Mr. C. B. Pow
ers as the first hoboes of the Ocala
Northern Railroad were very fine and
created much laughter.
Mrs. Guy Graves as a school girl
had many admirers.
Mrs. Kolbe" represented a lady of
color, which happened to be black.
Mrs. Higgins took the part as a very
good-looking old lady.
Mrs. Fred B. Magaw in a blue silk
domino kept every one guessing.
Mr. Mose Lauffer dressed in an orig original
inal original Persian costume aroused much
Mr. Emanuel Tamraz left last week
for New York City to visit his sister.
He will remain until the first of No November.
vember. November. WILD WOOD
Wildwood. Oct. 12. Awful hot and
dry. Toug vegetables are suffering.
t r .-.f tv,
telephone line', was in the south end j trip to Orange Springs Sunday rnorn rnorn-of
of rnorn-of the county this week with a force 'n-
of men putting in new poles and doing. Miss Ola Howell happened to a pain pain-some
some pain-some repair work. accident Friday morning. While
John and Sam Fussell were overcoming out of the bakery she fell and
from Lady Lake Saturday- visiting
Mrs. Pearl Barnett of Coleman visit-
ed relatives here this week.
Mr3 VoHio anrt iq nt tho
Wildwood Bottling Works, made a trip
to Oxford Wednesday in the interest of
Mr T. FT Siiao- fnrmorlv nf thi
f-r uin- X. 9 u V u. k- r a x V- 1 a. V V- VJ1 1 a. U ;
iness at Leesburg, was shaking hands "here.
with his many friends here Friday. j Mr. J. W. Stevens is very ill with ap ap-Mr.
Mr. ap-Mr. Matt Snowden of Archer, is j pendicitis.
spending a few days here with hls
brother, H. L Snowden.
Quite a crowd of Wildwood people
went up to Oxford Friday night to at at-end
end at-end the chicken supper given by those
good ladies for the benefit of the or orphan's
phan's orphan's home. There was a good crowd
"Beg your pardon
"But I am sure I
Don't Rely on Memory!
Yod can PROVE that you pay
your bills if you pay by check.
Put your money in The
Munroe ifc Chambiiss Bank:
pay by check aud avoid ugly
and everybody seemed to enjoy them
Mr. Pague drove down to Sumterville
Saturday with a load of bottled goods
from the Wild wood Bottling Works.
Manager Noble says the business is
growing by leaps and bounds. We are
proud to hear it. We can now keep
the money at home that is spent for
gas, I mean the bottled kind.
W. C. Fussell, Frank Rutherford and
H. L. Snowden started to Ocala Satur
day, but broke down south of Summer-
field. Mr. Hugh Nichols picked them
up as he returned from Ocala in the
afternoon and brought them home.
They said Mr. Nichols car looked good
to them. Ten miles is a long walk.
Dr. Carter is kept quite busy these
days. He has a wide practice, reach
ing from Dallas to Sumterville. The
doctor has a very serious case at Sum
terville, though the case does not re
quire the doctors personal attention,
except on Sunday afternoon.
Dr. 'F. W. Market is in Baltimore
buying goods for the big Market De
partment Store here.
Lake Weir, Oct. 12 Rev. Ray Ander
son of Lawrence, S. C. is a guest of
Mr. John Lewis and is holding a series
of interesting meetings at the school
house, commencing last Sunday night.
Mr. Camp of Atlanta, Ga., arrived
last Saturday to spend the winter with
his brother. Dr. TZ. W. Camp.
The Sunbeam Sewing Circle gave an
other ice cream supper at the Mclver
pavilion Saturday night, which was
well patronized. The proceeds being
?32.40 to go to the organ fund. There
were three fine cakes donated by Mrs.
J. B. Martin, Mrs. A. W. Tounge and
Mrs. Albert Comstock to be voted to
the most iopular young lady and the
most popular young miss under six sixteen.
teen. sixteen. Miss Tillie Pasteur ran several
hundred votes ahead of the other young
ladies and Miss Marion Conner outdis outdistanced
tanced outdistanced all running on her ticket, and
the cakes were presented to the above
young ladies. Mr. Jim Fort as usual
was standing with his pocketbook
wide open and was generously back backing
ing backing Miss Pasteur for the cake. The
voting for the ugliest man created a
great deal of merriment, Dr. H. W.
Henry and Mr. Fred Brown running
neck and neck until they were brought
up before the judge's stand and told
to look pretty. The doctor smiled all
over his face and that smile was his
undoing. The votes came pouring in
until time was called and he was
awarded the cake amid great applause.
John Lewis, Horace Comstock and Ed Edward
ward Edward Conner gallantliy assisted the la ladies
dies ladies all evening and deserve a vote of
The patrons and all interested in the
school are requested to meet at the
school house Saturday evening at 3
o'clock to discuss ways and means to
build an addition to the school house
that an assistant can be employed as
Miss Pasteur has 47 pupils enrolled,
which entitles her to an assistant.
Wacahoota, Oct. 12. Miss Nannie
Smith returned from a trip to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville last Sunday. She was accom accompanied
panied accompanied home by her sister, Mrs. L. D.
Smith, who will visit relatives here
Tor the next two weeks.
Mrs. V. P. Smith left last Friday for
a few days visit to her brother, Mr.
Jonathan Griner at Melrose.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Smith and son.
Clarence, were the guestsof Mrs". B. F.
Mathews at Tacoma Saturday.
Messrs. Ret is and Cedric Smith took
in the ball same at Blitchton Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. Messrs. M. Clancy and C. Boyer of
Ebenezer attended church here Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. FORT McCOY'
Fort McCoy. Oct. 12. Miss Giles
Tampa is visiting Mrs. C. R. DeLoach.
Mr. Alcie Topley of Hagan, Ga., is
spending a few days here.
Miss Mabel Moore of Anthony spent
a few days here the guest of Miss
The Baptist church and Masonic hall
are going up. The new school house
will also soon be completed.
The painters are very busy in Fort
McCoy painting the houses.
Mr. J. L Hillman says he wants them
to incorporate the town so he can get
on the police force. Its an eight-pound
-MOirier anu uauj
i Mr. coraie tairciotn maue a n.vms
jsprainea ner ani.
! Mr- Sistrunk and family spent
ai 'ranSe springs,
U Mr. C. T. Boatright is very
I kidney colic.
Mr- w- L- Woods and
Hughes spent Sunday
! Messrs. A. H. CookseV
IBeall of Ocala were Sunday
Messrs. E. A. Tompkins ana n. a.
Taylor spent Sunday afternoon at Bay
Messrs. R. M. Beall. A. H. Cooksey,
Misses Bessie Bragg and Eula McQuaig
went to Orange Springs Sunday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon and had a very nice time.
SID WAS NT SUFFICIENTLY SLIGH
Arrest fur Shipping; Green Fruit Made
Orlando. Oct. 12. A warrant was
sworn out here yesterday for the ar arrest
rest arrest of S. J. Sligh. a well known citi citizen
zen citizen of this county, charging him with
violation of the green orange laws of
the state. It was alleged that Mr.
Sligh was offering a carload of green
fruit for shipment.
When the local branch of the Florida
Citrus Exchange learned that Mr.
Sligh was offering green fruit for ship shipment
ment shipment the proper authorities were im immediately
mediately immediately notified and the warrant is issued.
sued. issued. It is alleged that within fhe last
twenty-four hours Mr. Sligh approach approached
ed approached the manager of the Orange County
Citrus Sub-exchange, and assured him
that if no prosecution were made for
the shipment of this car that he would
not ship any more oranges for thirty
days. Adhering to the strict rule and
letter of the law Manager L. D. Jones
could offer no leniency. Prominent
growers in this section warmly coni coni-mended
mended coni-mended the action of Manager Jones
and upheld him in insisting that Sligh
That all such cases as the one
against Sligh will be vigorously prose prosecuted
cuted prosecuted is indicated by the statement
that Hon. John M. Cheney, United
States district atorney, will be secured
by the Orange County Citrus Sub-exchange
to assist Prosecuting Officer
LEROY AND YORK
Leroy. Oct. 12. Miss Anna Russell
took her sister, Rushee, and placed her
in Southern College last week. Besides
her studies she will take music les lessons.
sons. lessons. Miss Anna remained two days
There is talk to the effect that we
shall soon have a telephone line be between
tween between Home's still and York. Then we
will have a chance to call up central.
Some men think that our women of
the South cannot farm. That is a very
big mistake. We have some right here
in York, one of which is Mrs. J. S.
Mann and her daughter, Mrs. Katie
Wheeler. They showed the writer a
sample of some potatoes, one of which
weighed five pounds, and a fine field of
which they have. Whilst their neigh
bors waited for rain they did not. and
the gain is a good crop in their favor.
Mr. W. B. Newbern slaughtered a
very fine porker last week to serve his
customers. One of the hams weighed
twenty-three pounds. Who can beat
Mr. John Parker has been in the
grasp of the fever.
Mr. James Brooks has had an attack
Henry Roddenberry had a very bad
attack of toothache.
Everybody around York and Leroy
seems to be contented. Made fairly
good crops, plenty of pinders and pork porkers
ers porkers to last away in January and some
to last a year or more. That goes to
show that our farmers are not lag laggards
gards laggards but hustlers.
Our merchants all seem to wear a
contented smile upon their faces.
The caterpillers are playing havoc
with the velvet bean crop this fall.
Some ladies of Ocala visited the fam family
ily family of Mr. William Gillis the fore part
of the week.
Mr. Masie Gillis of Haines City visit visited
ed visited at his parent's home and also his
wife, a short time ago.
Wonder when those grand old bells,
the wedding bells are going to peal out,
that two souls have been made one.
RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT
Whereas, it has pleased our Lord and
Master to take from our midst our
dear sister, .Mrs. W. M. Lucius. She
was in her eighty-third year. Was
married to Mr. W. M. Lucius in 1852,
and died August 30, 1911. She was a
devoted member of the Baptist church.
Be it resolved, that we extend our
deepest sympathy to the family, but
may they not mourn for the loss to
them is only to her gain, for we feel
that her crown is bright with stars,
and that she is waiting for the glor glorious
ious glorious morn of the blessed day to dawn
when all will come together as one.
W. A. Redding.
J. A. Scroggie,
Committee of Charter Oak Church.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
conventions held every Monday eve evening
ning evening in Castle Hall over Peyser's store.
A cordial welcome to visiting knights
J. G. Ferguson, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. and S.
FORT KING CAMP NO. 14.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD.
Next regular monthly meeting will
be held at 8 o'clock Friday evening,
Oct. 13. 1911, at Yonge's Hall.
Visiting sovereigns always welcome.
W. F. Marlowe, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
Mrs. Susan A. Ellis
90 Ochlawaha Ave.,
Instructor In Voice
Specializing in Correct
Placing of the Voice and
Proper Touch and Tec Tec-nic
nic Tec-nic of the Piano.
THE "FOUXTA1X OF YOUTH"
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 i3 pure
and refreshing, and flavored with all
tn; popular syrups, xou will find It ex
hilarating. sansiying. cooling. Try it
once then you will recorameDd It your
self. Only Five Cents.
THE COURT PHARMACY
of Ocala and surrounding country will prove that never before have such low prices beea
quoted on mew and seasonable merchandise. Just think of the fact of thousands of
dollars worth of Dry Goods thrown on the market at the time of the year when everyone
is almost compelled to make new purchases. If you have any money you will never find
a more opportune time for investing it than right now.
READ EVERY PRICE
Colored outing flannels, fast f
colors, Sc values' at ..... OC
Colored draperies, the latest colors,
12c values eiu
mercerized dress goods, all
colors, 40c values o A
American prints, absolutely
fast colors, 8c values at .
Best grade checked homespun,
assorted colors 9c values at OC
38-inch Mohair, assorted
colors. 75c values at ...
36-inch fancy mohairs, as assorted
sorted assorted stripes, 65c values
30-inch tweed, suitable for
men's pants, 50c values at
Persian silks, suitable for
waists, $1 values at ....
Satin Striped Poplins, the
latest, 39c values at ....
French Roman Stripe Madras
25c values at IOC
Persian Figured Challies, 'Tll9
suitable for kimonas at ZC
Heavy Unbleached Drill, 10c
36-inch brown dress linens,
30c values at
36-inch percales, light and
' dark colors, 12c values at
Chambrays, all assorted fast
colors, 10c values at .....
Amoskeag apron ginghams, assorted
checks, 10 values pj
Galatea,' the best cloth for
suitings, 15c values at .
THE SALE IS NOW
Mayor John D. Robertson.
Recorder L. T. Izlar.
Assistant Recorder H. M. Hampton.
President of Council H. C. Jones.
President Pro Tem R, R. Carroll.
Clerk H. C. Sistrunk.
Tax Collector W. W. Clyatt.
Treasurer "W. T. Gary.
Attorney C. L. Sistrunk.
Marshal R. L Carter.
Fire Chief H. S. Chambers.
Superintendent of Electric Lighting
Plant J. C. CaldwelL
Policemen Frank Hall. S. N. Grubbs.
Street Superintendent M. F. Dodson.
Sanitary Inspector G. W. Cleveland.
Aldermen First Ward L J. Knight,
C. R. Tydings.
Aldermen Second Ward J. H. Tay
lor, R. R. Carroll.
Aldermen Third Ward E. T. Hel-
venston, H, A. Fausett.
Aldermen Fourth Ward H. C. Jones.
G A. CarmichaeL
Alderman-at-Large W. P. Edwards
Committees of the Council
Market G. A. Carmichael, L. J.
Knight, R. Ft. Carroll.
Sanitary E. T. Helvenston, W. P.
Edwards. H. A. Fausett.
Street R. R. Carroll. G. A. Carmi
chael, J. H. Taylor.
Cemetery E. T. Helvenston,
Fausett, H. C. Jones.
Building H. C. Jones, H. A. Fausett,
G. A. Carmichael.
Fire H, A. Fausett, C. R. Tydings.
R. R. Carroll.
Police W. P. Edwards, J. H. Taylor,
L J. Knight.
Finance C. R. Tydings, J. H. Taylor,
E. T. Helvenston.
Judiciary L J. Knight, C. R. Ty
dings, W. P. Edwards.
Light and Water J. H. Taylor, C. R.
Tydings, H. C. Jones.
NO. 19, F. & A. M.
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19 meets In
the Temple on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month.
Visiting brethren cordially invited
W. T. Mcllwaine, W. hi
G. W. Martin, Secretary.
OCALA AER1K NO. 1814, F. O. E.
Ocala Aerie No. 1814, Fraternal Or Order
der Order of Eagles, meets every first and
third Wednesday In the month, at 8:15
p. m., in Castle HalL Visiting broth brothren
ren brothren are always welcome.
F. G. B. Weine, President.
N 1- Williams, Secretary.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286. Benevolent and
Protective Order of Elks, meets sec second
ond second and fourth Tuesday evenings In
each month. Visiting brethren always
welcome. Edward Drake, E. R.
Louis F. Savarese. Sec'y.
CUSCOKIMA LOIKTE 7. U. OF A.
Concojdia Lodge. Fraternal Union of
America meets in Yonge's Hall on the
second Thursday evening of each
month. W. T. Gary. F. M.
Chas. K. Sage. Secretary.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Ocala Lodge No. 699. Meets each
Tuesday night at Masonic hall.
Edwin Spencer, Jr.. Dictator.
E. L. Stapp, Secretary.
rULULA LODGE O. 22. I. O. O. F.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every
Tuesday at 8 p. m In Yonge's Hall
Visiting brethren always welcome.
J. C. Geiger, Noble' Grand.
W. L. Colbert. Secretary.
QUOTED HERE THEN COME TIED.
Poplins, all colors and fancy 4
stripes, 25c values at . IOC
Shepherd plaid suitings, assorted
checks, 12c values S2C
Pepperal bleached sheeting, OO
9-4, 30c value at ......
Unbleached sheeting, 9-4, n q
25c values at .. ,v XC
Simpson's percales and calicoes g"
Sc values at..... OC
Outing flannels in all shades, Q
10c and 12c values at . OC
The best dress ginghams made q
in America, 12c values at OC
36-inch brown dress linen (pure
linen weft) 25c values mm
Unbleached sheetings, full AiU
width, 7c values at fr 2C
Fancy dress ginghams, also apron
checks, 6c values -a f
Bleached sheeting, 7-8 yard j
wide, Sc values at OC
Good grade dress cheviots, 12c A
values at OC
Covert cloths, assorted fast f
colors, 15c values at ... JIvIC
Yard wide unbleached cheese Q
cloth, 5c values at 3C
42-inch satin striped worsteds, all
wool, $1.50 values 74c
32-inch worsteds, assorted iq
colors, 35c values at ... X5C
34-inch diagnol striped QQ
serges, 75c values at .... OtC
50-inch mohairs assorted qa
colors, 60c values at ... 0C
GOING ON. COME
IT WILL PAY YOU TO
I now have on display Two Beau Beautiful
tiful Beautiful Willow PluiAes, which I offer at
the following prices:
27 Inches Long, 24 Inches Wide, 015.C0
24 Inches Long, 24 Inches Wide, ; 012.50
I can get you any length; width, style or color of
Plume at Attractive Prices. Call and examine the
ones now on display. v
MISS MARY AFFLECK
Commercial Dank Block - Orda, Florida
EVERY EVENING GIVES THE v
BEST PICTURE SHOW EVER SEEN IN OCALA
Matinee every Wednesday and Saturday
Comfortable Seats and Electric Fans
Change of Program Every Night
THE SHERIFF'S ROMANCE WESTERN THE LAME WOMAN COMEDY
THE AIRTIGHT SAFE DRAMA
REGRETS ARE USELESS
After you are burned out. The wise
men prepare for the emergency of Fire
by having a Policy to corer the possi possible
ble possible los3 of property through the rav ravages
ages ravages of the devouring elements Never
mind future regrets."' Have some pres present
ent present wisdom. Lit He trifles often cause
a fire, but the resultant loss Is no trifle.
It cost3 so little to be well and fully
insured that the poor have no excuse
for not having a policy. See us about
SAVARESE AND BELL
Life, Fire and Accident Insurance.
52-Inch broadcloths, assort- Tyl
ed colors, $1.50 values at nrC
Dotted suesine silk, worth 1 A
35c, assorted colors', at . 1?C
Fancy summer silks, foulard Ol
patterns, worth 75c, at, nxC
Heavy silk finished corded Oft"
Repp, 50c values at .... C
Mercerized Foulards, assort-, j
ed patterns, 25c values at X2C
Elektra Cloth, suitable for
. children's dresses at . . . UC
Fine White Dress Goods, 23c j
values at ..... . . X UC
Dress Linen, assorted colors. 'J'
20c values at .... . ... X UC
Fancy Stripe Linen, nice for 4
suits, 25c values for ... X 27 C
Yard-wide Unbleached Sheet-
ing, Sc values at... OC
39-inch Unbleached Sea Island
Cotton, 8 c, values, at .. OC
42-inch Bleached Pillowy ail
Casing, 13c values at OZC,
Light Color Calicoes, 6c val val-'
' val-' ues at .... : . ...... TrC
Black and Blue Duck, 10c
values at .. ..... OC
Colored Dress Lawns, 5c values O
at ....... OC
4-4 Bleached Sheeting, no
starch, 10c values at ..... C
90-inch White Linen, heavy, iyQ
$1.25 values at : . . . 7C
Yard-wide Black Taffeta gk
Silk, $1 values for .. OJC
Yard-wide Black Taffeta yQ
Silk. $1.25 values for . 57C
Yard-wide Bleached Sheeting, "T
9c values at . ... C
COME TO TO-EVERY
EVERY TO-EVERY DAY.
HARD TIMES COMEDY
and Five Cents
XOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR A
Sab-tax School District Eleelloa at
To the Honorable Board of Public In Instruction
struction Instruction for Marion County: We. the.,
undersigned qualified electors and tax taxpayers
payers taxpayers hereby give notice that we shall
apply to your honorable body on Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, November 1 to eall an elec election
tion election to be holden at Anthony for the"
purpose of determining whether or not;
a special- tax school district shall be
created within the following boundar-.
ies viz: beginning at the northeast
corner of the southeast quarter of
section 36, thence west to northwest
corner of southwest quarter of section
31, township 13, range 22 east, thence
south to southwest corner of section
18, township 14, range 22 east, thence
east to southeast corner of section 13.
townsbip 14, range 22 east, thence'
north to point of beginning. Also to
determine the rate of millage which
-hall be assessed for school purposes
within said territory and also to elect
three suitable persons for trustees for
the said district. if created, for the
next ensuing two years. The under?
signed constitute more than one-fourth
of the qualified electors within the
above described territory as Is required
by law in such cases. Respectfully,
submitted. (Signatures): i. R Wilder,.
W. C. Credle, R. A. Swain, S. G. Harri Harrison,
son, Harrison, A. R. Moore, J. M. Gates. H. E.
Talton. M. R. Gilmore, J. H Harvey.'
J. E, Gates, C C. Gates, J. F. Collier.
N. W. Meadows. C. R. Yonge. F. W..
Bishop. J. A Talton, F. G. Keeney, 8.
I. Lamb. R. H. Wilkins. T. A. Lamb..
J. H. Talton. N. B. Plummer. H. J.,
Stewart, Gilbert Hoffman, E. N. Mllll Mllll-pan.
pan. Mllll-pan. W. If. Webb, R, A. Baskin. O. G.
Jones. Chas. J. Mishler. E. H. Irby. IL.
A. Meadows. C. Milligan, C. W. An Andrews,
drews, Andrews, B. F. Mims, J. T Hooks. J. B.
irby. A. R Griffin. L. B. Wright. Reed,
Rns.sell, J. A. Hamilton. O. M Brown..
W. H. Hamilton. S
Fraternal Union meets tonight.
OCALA EVENING STAR. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1911
MOMHLY WOODMEN MEETING
SEXATOR YARDAMA.V WILL SPEAK
IFipScsnndl oil UItkb
asked us whether It would do the Lank any good for him to deposit
a small amount only to check It out very soon. We replied that
If all our depositors would each leave an average balance of $50
with us for thirty days the interest at 4 per cent would amount to
$400 for the time.
. But we told him he ought to have a bank account with us for
the good It would do him, as it would help him to save his money;
it would help him to keep tab on his expenditures; it would help
him to 'build up a standing with the bank, all of which tended to
make him a bigger man and better citizen. He said then take my
money and give me a check book. This man has the good opinion
SCHEDULE TO ORANGE SPRINGS
The Ocala Northern Railroad Com Company
pany Company began operating through
trains to Bay Bake, Orange Springs
and Kenwood on Thursday. September
14th. Train leaves Ocala 7 a, m. in instead
stead instead of 8 a. m. as formerly and will
make one round trip daily to these
points except on Sundays, when two
round trips will be made. Sunday
trains will leave Ocala 8 a. m. and 3
p. m. Until further notice tickets
will be sold to all stations except Sil Silver
ver Silver Springs at rate of one fare for
the round trip. Sunday rates between
Ocala and Silver- Springs will be 25
cent for the round trip. All tickets
limited to day of sale. Now get your
baskets ready and spend a pleasant
day at the famous resort of Orange
Springs, one of the most delightfu
places for an outing or recreation 1
the South. S. P. Hollinrake, Supt.
TAKE VOUIt COMMON'
Common colds, severe and frequent,
lay the foundation of chronic diseased
conditions of the nose and throat, and
may develop Into bronchitis, pneumon pneumonia,
ia, pneumonia, and consumption. For all coughs
an! colds in-children and in grown
persons, take Foley's Honey and Tar
Compound promptly. For sale at the
A X XOUXCEMEXT!
Miss Marguerite Porter announces
that she will not open her studio un until
til until January 1st. Until that time she
will remain in New York where she
is doing post graduate work under one
of the finest teachers in the city.
There are Two Kinds or Chill Tonk
PLANK'S AND OTHERS
THE OLD RELIABLE PLANK'S
CHILL TONIC IS GUARANTEED
TO DRIVE OUT MALARIA, TO
CURE CHILLS. FEVER, COLDS
AND CRIP. YOUR MONEY BACK
IF IT DOES NOT. TWENTY-FIVE
AND FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE.
ASK YOUR DRUGG'ST.
The state and county licenses for
the year 1912 were due the 2nd day of
October. If you are conducting a bus business
iness business for which a license is required,
please take it out at once, as con continuation
tinuation continuation of said business without the
license is a violation of the license
law. For licenses or particulars apply
to the tax collector.
W. L. Colbert, Tax Collector.
Joseph Bell, County Judge.
REST AND IIEALTII
TO MOTHER AND CHILD
Mrs. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP
has been used for over SIXTY" YEARS
by MILLION'S of MOTHERS for their
CHILDREN WHILE TEETHING, with
PERFECT SUCCESS. It SOOTHES the
CHILD. SOFTENS THE GUMS. AL ALLAYS
LAYS ALLAYS all PAIN; CURES WIND COLIC,
and is the best remedy for DIAR DIARRHOEA.
RHOEA. DIARRHOEA. It Is absolutely harmless. Be
sure and ask for "Mrs. Winslow's
Soothing- Syrup." and take no other
kind. Twenty-five cents a, bottle
APARTMENTS FOR RENT
The second floor of the Bell apart apartment
ment apartment house on Fort King avenue is
for rent. Apply to Joseph Bell at the
A DOCTOR'S STATMENT
J. R. Wells. M. D., Weidners. Ark.,
writes: "I have been practicing In Ar Arkansas
kansas Arkansas 20 years and constantly pre prescribe
scribe prescribe Mendenhall's Chill Tonic, where
quinine is contra-indicated for child children
ren children and adults with weak stomachs.
It sticks where others fail." Sold by
, the Court Pharmacy.
Victor-Victrola IX, $50
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.
Cor.:e in and hear this instru instrument,
ment, instrument, and find out how easily it
Other styles of the Victor-Victrola $75
to 25u. Victors $10 to $100.
FOR SALE BY
A. M. LANSFORD
NO. 3,'NORTH MAIN ST.
SCHEDULE OF AMUSEMENTS
AT THE TEMPLE THIS SEASON
Manager Bennett has revised his list
of the attractions which will be at the
Temple this autumn and winter.
16th Senator Yardaman in the Ly Lyceum
ceum Lyceum Course.
24th, 25th, 26th. 27th Mabel Paige.
30th Dandy Dixie Minstrels.
4th The Girl in the Taxi.
9th Frederick the Great.
11th The Man on the Box.
21st Creatore and his band.
24th Mary Stuart.
28th The Chorus Lady.
4 th Rosary.
5th The Private Secretary.
11th The Girl and the Tramp
13th Down In Dixie Minstrels.
14th Arrival of Kitty Co.
16th The Thief.
18th The Smart Set.
19th The Lyman Twins.
26th, 27th Manhattan Opera Co.
29th The Night Rider Company.
1st Madame Sherry.
2nd Black Patti.
7th County Sheriff.
14th Coburn's Minstrels.
22nd Buster Brown.
14th John Larkins.
16th The Lion and the Mouse.
18th, IDth Mildred and Beanderc.
OCALA CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter, No. 13. R. A. M., on the fourth
Friday of every month at 8 p. m.
J. A,. Bouvier. H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
The best plaster. A piece of flannel
dampened with Chamberlain's Lini Liniment
ment Liniment and bound on over the affected
parts is superior to a plaster and costs
only one-tenth as much. For sale by
FOR SALE -A good three burner gas
stove, right new; has been In use only
two weeks. A great bargain. Apply
to Mrs. II. L. Perkins at the Ilatchell
Pictures framed at the Ocala News
Company while you wait, and you
don't have to wait a week or a-month,
LOST A brindle bull dog with
cropped ears and long tail; weighs 45
pounds; white spot in forehead. Twen Twenty
ty Twenty dollars reward for his return to J.
Don't wait until after Christmas to
buy your piano. We will sell you on
our easy payment plan. You won't
mis3 the money but your wife will
miss the piano. Cable Piano Co., at
Weihe's Jewelry Store.
INCIFIIATOR FOR SALE
One 144-egg Cypher's incubator
complete; brand new; cost $22, first
$15 takes it. Apply Q. E. Peacock,
Biliousness is due to a. disordered
condition of the stomach. Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Tablets are essential to act on
that organ; to cleanse it. strengthen it.
tone and invigorate it, to regulate the
liver and banish biliousness positively
and effectually. For sale by druggists.
We pride ourselves on giving our
trade a steadily maintained service of
best products at lowest market
Why not give us today's order so we
can show you the high-class qualities
we specialize on?
v. i. kiiwaR! S
Phone 108 New City .Market
WHITE STAR TRANSFER CO.
COLLIER BROS., PROPRIETORS
Baggage, Freight. Pianos, Furniture
and Safes a Specialty. Careful and
Prompt Attention Git en All Orders.
WE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE
Fraternal Union meets tonight.
Woodmen meet tomorrow evening
Florida raised rye at Ocala Seed
Mr. D. A. giark of Martel was in
For Indigestion or sour stomach use
DIgestit at the Court Pharmacy.
Miss Mattie Pyles, who has been
quite sick, is able to be out again.
Buttermilk, fresh every day at the
Mr. L R. Chazal made a business
trip to Jacksonville yesterday.
Drink PLEZOL, the new drink.
It Is healthful and Invigorating.
Mr. George Feltham returned from
his trip to Georgia yesterday.
Buttermilk, fresh every day at the
Mr. E. P. Thagard was visiting his
Ocala friends yesterday. He registered
at the, Ocala House.
Mrs. F. T. Schreiber entertained
some of her friends with a pleasant
bridge party laM night.
The Ocala News Company is making
a hit with Its picture frames.'
Mrs. Agnes Burnett has gone to
Tampa to visit her daughter, Mrs. W.
Buttermilk, fresh every day at the
Postoffice Drugstore. I
Mr. F. M. Plank, the celebrated chill
tonic man of Chattanooga, is at the
1000 bushels of Texas Red Rust
Proof Oats. Ocala Seed Store.
Miss Genevieve Smith went up to
Gainesville today for a few days' visit
If you want to find a good boarding
house at reasonable rates, call up the
Mr. John Spencer is in Jacksonville, j
looking after his big Buick auto busi- J
You don't obtain the full beauty of a
picture unless It is framed. Take it
to the Ocala News Co.
Mrs. J. G. Spurlin of Lake Weir is
In the city the guest of Miss Bettie
"You can get anything from a post
card to an 18x22 photograph at Mills'
Mr. Albert A. Graham will run one
of his pleasant excursions down the
run and the river Sunday.
Your kodak work can De finished In
two to three days if you leave It at
Mr. Edwin Spencer went down to
Dunnellon on legal business and No.
32 this morning.
FOR SALE One Shetland pony,
buggy, wagon and harness. H. C.
Messrs. D. S. Williams, Jr., C. E. Cul Cul-len
len Cul-len and J. Carstens went down in the
phosphate countrjr this morning.
OATS FOR SALE 2000 bushels of
seed oats. Apply to J. C. Howell, An Anthony.
thony. Anthony. Unless bad weather or some accident
prevents, there will be a band concert
Don't' meet your friend with a frown.
Use Digestit, and meet him with a
smile. The Court Pharmacy.
Messrs. T. L Williams of Williston,
L. Osborne of Morriston and A. C.
Strickland of Lake Butler are at the
You can get your pictures framed at
the Ocala News Company and get them
Mr. Earl Pidgeon, after a visit of a
year to his aunt, Mrs. J. IL Brinson, in
this city, left today for his home in
FOR SALE CHEAP A good type typewriter
writer typewriter desk, almost new and very lit little
tle little used. -Apply to this office.
Mr. William Hocker is having his
handsome residence on Oklawaha ave avenue
nue avenue re-wired. Mr. II. W. Tucker is
doing the work.
All who have pictures are taking
them to the Ocala News Co.. to have
Mrs. Flora MacKay Morrison of Mor Morriston
riston Morriston and Mrs. W. E. MacArthur and
Mrs. F. E. Crawford of Montbrook are
at the Ocala House.
FOR SALE: S. C. Rhode Island Red
eggs. $1.50 for setting of 15. 30 South
8th street. 10-10-6td
Mr. Frank Mathews is making good
headway with the fine launch he is
building for Mr. Carmichael, for use
on Silver Springs run.
When you are happy drink PLEZOL.
When you are dry drink PLEZOL.
When you look for prosperity drink
W. K. Zewadski, a prominent resi resident
dent resident of Ocala, is spending a few days
in the city as the guest of his son, W.
K. Zewadski, Jr. Tampa Times.
FOR RENT A nice bedroom fur furnished.
nished. furnished. Two young men preferred.
Apply 12 Watula street.
Mrs. E. J. Nix and children of Her Hernando
nando Hernando are in the city, the guests of
Mrs. H. M. Hampton. Mr. Nix came up
with them, but returned to his busi business
ness business at Hernando this morning.
When in jacKsonvIlle stop with Mrs.
E. L. Maloney, at the Girard. No. 11
East Duval, just off Main. Best 73c
room in the city.
After exposure, and when you feel
a cold coming on, take Foley's Honey
and Tar Compound. It checks and re relieves.
lieves. relieves. Use no substitute. The gen genuine
uine genuine In a yellow package always. Sold
by the Court Pharmacy.
Fort King Camp will hold Its regu regular
lar regular monthly meeting at Yonge's Hall
tomorrow evening. All members re requested
quested requested to be present, as there is
"work" to do.
f F. U. OF 1
The Fraternal Union will hold Its
monthly meeting at Yonge's Hall to tonight.
night. tonight. Refreshments after the busi business
ness business of the evening is attended to.
I. D. C. MEETIXG
The regular monthly business meet meeting
ing meeting of Dickison Chapter, U. D. C, will
be held at the residence of Mrs. S. It.
Whaley tomorrow afternoon at 3:30
o'clock. Mrs. S. R. Whaley,
SEISOVS LYCEUM COURSE
Mr. John M. Graham has accepted
the agency in this city for the Alka Alkahest
hest Alkahest Lyceum Bureau, and tickets for
the season will go on sale at the
Court Pharmacy tomorrow. The Akla Akla-hest
hest Akla-hest is putting out one of the finest
courses this season it ever had, and
should be liberal- patronized by our
EVENTS HAVE ARRIVED
Following will be the program at the
Air Dome this evening:
Pathe Current Event reel, showing
the latest news on the screen just as
it happened. The Pathe weekly cur current
rent current event reel is one of the most in interesting
teresting interesting reels that is shown in any
picture show today. It shows just
how' the things we read about in the
papers really happen. Do not miss it
for it is a treat.
The Manicure Lady a fine Biograph
Lucia's Broken Romance, a' very
pretty Pathe drama.
The pictures last night were very
fine and were enjoyed by good crowds
until a late hour.
SEWING CIRCLE'S CANDY SALE
The Young Ladies' Sewing Circle of
the Presbyterian church will hold a
candy sale Saturday morning at 10
o'clock at the band stand in the court
DH. J. W. HOOD'S TELEPHONES
AUTO FOR SALE
A Maxwell runabout In good run running
ning running condition and a bargain for cash.
If interested address A. li. care Star,
Latest maps of Florida and all oth other
er other states at Ballard's.
OCA I A SCHOOL OF MUSIC
The Ocala School of Music will open
Its doors for the fourth annual ses session,
sion, session, October 2, 1911. It offers Its pa patrons
trons patrons first-class instruction in violin,
piano and science. Any one wanting
places who haven't already applied for
time, should see Miss Mary Connor,
the director, at her studio, corner of
Magnolia street and Fort King ave avenue,
nue, avenue, after September 27th. Office
hours 10 to 12 a. m.
The Star has received the Sunday ed edition
ition edition of the DesMoines Register and
Leader, which contains in the society
and club department a good picture of
"Mrs. Lew William Lyons, the beauti beautiful
ful beautiful 'Southern bride of Lew Lyons,
prominent in club and business circles
of DesMoines." Mrs. Lyons was Miss
Bessye Porter of Ocala, and the love
and good wishes of a host of friends
here follow her to her new home.
Charles H. Hall, a colored man. in
the employ of Mr. R. L Martin at Lake
Weir, dropped dead while at work yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. He had been with Mr. Martin
for some time and was a trusted em employe.
ploye. employe. FOR RENT House on Fort King
avenue with seven rooms and a large
attic. House formerly occupied by Mr.
Will Gary. Apply to Mrs. William An Anderson.
derson. Anderson. Last night Mrs. W. H. Powers gave
another motion picture party for her
guest, Miss Julia Beville. This time
Mrs. Powers and her guests enjoyed
the pictures at the Temple and after
seeing them paid a visit to the Court
Pharmacy, where ice cream and iced
drinks were enjoyed.
FOR RENT Seven room cottage;
electric lights and bath; near primary
school. Also furnished rooms. Apply
to Mrs. Fuller. 95 South Third. 10-6t
A full assortment of the best picture
frame material at the Ocala News Co.,
and Tex Martin knows just how to
Messrs. A. C. Cobb, J. C. Smith and
J. P. Phillips went on a fishing expe expedition
dition expedition today. Mr. Phillips carried a
double-barreled, hammerless fishpole,
and, owing to his well-known temper temperance
ance temperance proclivities, it is hardly necessary
to add, smokeless bait.
The county officers picked up several
vagrants Tuesday and they were given
appropriate sentences in Justice Lyles'
court. There can't be one found to today.
day. today. N
Mr. J. G. Davis of Conant was in the
city today. Mr. Davis had the misfor misfortune
tune misfortune last Thursday night to lose his
home by fire and came very near los losing
ing losing his life.
Mr. George MacKay went to the lake
Mr. Henry Peyser, the popular and
enterprising representative of Barn Barn-hart
hart Barn-hart Bros. & Spindler. is in the city
on his last trip. Mr. Peyser is one of
the best traveling men in the South,
and the printing offices will miss his
visits. He will go in business for him
self after November 1.
Messrs. F. W. Cook of Jacksonville,
C. B. Arrington of the A. C. L, G. T.
Malphurs of Savannah, R. L Pashal of
Atlanta. R. B. Hardy of New York and
W. A.. Haile of Gainesville are at the
"I am going to buy a piano for my
daughter some day!" is an old moss moss-backed,
backed, moss-backed, thread-bare excuse which, if it
had been dinned into the ears of the
talented young lady you heard play
the piano recently, when she wa3 am ambitious
bitious ambitious to learn, would have been dis disastrous
astrous disastrous to her education. See the
pianos at Weihe's jewelry store.
To the People of Ocala at the Temple
Theater Moaday Nljeat
The threatrical season will open in
Ocala with a lecture from Senator
Yardaman of Mississippi at the Temple
Theater Monday night. He is deliver delivering
ing delivering a series of lectures in the Alkahest
Lyceum Course, of which Mr. John M.
Graham is the local manager.
Senator Yardaman is no stranger to
Ocala. He was here some years ago
on the occasion of the marriage of his
secretary, Mr. DeWitt Greenwood
Haley, to an Ocala girl. Miss Anna
Mixon, and impressed all who met him.
Senator Yardaman Is one of the
Suth's leading men. As a statesman
he departed from the beaten track and
took his place with the men who are
devoted to the new policy of doing
things. He has just won the nomina nomination
tion nomination for United State. senator from
Mississippi, over the opposition of such
strong men as John Sharp Williams
and his supporters, and when he ar arrives
rives arrives in the Senate will probably be
found aligned with Bryan of Florida.
Smith of Georgia. LaFollette of Wis Wisconsin,
consin, Wisconsin, and others who are trying to
cut the tentacles that the corporation
actopus has fastened on the body
Mr. Vardaman Is a splendid speaker,
one of those in whom the old-time
oratory of the South is preserved, and
those who attend the Temple Monday Monday-night
night Monday-night will not only see a noted man
but hear a lecture that would make
an impression if it came from an or ordinary
dinary ordinary one. Tickets will be on sale at
the Court Pharmacy Saturday.
BETTER THAX EVER
The Temple's latest supply house
seems to be better than any before.
The pictures shown for the last few
evenings are the best yet.
The program yesterday afternoon
and evening was long and full and
was enjoyed by large audiences until
10 o'clock. It would be hard to say
which was the best subject. Each was
one of the best of its kind.
There are four interesting stories
tonight, and by going to see them you
will insure yourself an hour of com comfortable
fortable comfortable entertainment.
BEST QUALITY OF FRESH HAY
For sale, any quantity of new mown
hay; beggar weed mixed with crab
grass and Mexican clover. Apply to
F. W. Ditto.
DR. H. W. COUNTS' ITIOXES
Mr. J. B. Cutler and wife of Tampa
arrived in Crystal River Wednesday to
make it their permanent home. Mr.
Cutler has purchased a stone quarry a
short distance from town, which he
will develop. The rock is to be used
for railroad ballast. Mr. Cutler is
highly spoken of and is the kind of
a man to be gladly welcomed into any
progressive town. He will certainly
be welcome to the Crystal City. Crys Crystal
tal Crystal River News.
Mr. Carl Mason, mate of the Sharp
shooter, was in town yesterday from
Silver Springs, with parts of an engine
to be repaired. This vessel arrived
yesterday from Conner with a load of
naval stores from Col. R. F. Rogers'
Messrs. W. W. Stripling, W. B. Gal Gallagher,
lagher, Gallagher, F. W. Barse and L. J. Taylor
were a jolly party of drummers who
went out on No. 32 this morning for
Dunnellon and adjoining territory.
The reporter, not having run into
that ancient fish-like smell at the A. C.
L depot in some days, asked Agent
Williams if he had dug it up with a
spade and carried it away on a wheel wheelbarrow.
barrow. wheelbarrow. Mr. Williams says that the
repulsive odor is the property, not of
the railroad, but the Southern Express
Company, whose fish-laden cars stop
at the passenger station and drain
salty and fish-smelling water off on
the ground, causing a most disagree disagreeable
able disagreeable fog for hours afterward. The
Star has often noticed these ill-smelling
cars, and thinks it an imposition
on the traveling public that they
should be allowed to get into such a
Don't trifle with a cold la good ad advice
vice advice for prudent men and women. It
may be vital in case of a child. There
is nothing better than Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy for coughs and colds in
children. It Is safe and sure. For sale
by all druggists.
The tired reporters who look over
the hotel registers late at night or
take a running jump at them at noon,
wish all guests would follow the ex example
ample example of Art Raphael of New York
City, who prints his name in 24-point
Lame back Is one of the most com common
mon common forms of muscular rheumatism. A
few applications of Chamberlain's Lin Liniment
iment Liniment will give relief. For sale by all
Don't send your pictures out or town
to have them enlarged. Take them to
Mills' studio. We can make them in
crayon, sepia or pastel, and our prices
v. S. R. Pooser, one of Ocala's boys,
now on the road for Theo Brierres
Sons of New Orleans, was in Ocala the
first few days of this week interview interviewing
ing interviewing the trade.
If what you eat won't make you
smile, try-a box of Digestit and then
you can't help it. At the Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. Serve PLEZGl. to your ramlly.
Serve PLEZOL to your friends.
When you are down town drink
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms
suitable for light housekeeping. Apply
to 116 South Pond street. 10-12-12td
Capt. G. M. Lynch of Gainesville ar arrived
rived arrived yesterday and today in company
with Prof. Brinson went out to An Anthony
thony Anthony and Griner Farm schools on an
Mr. W, H. Pugh is now pulling the
bellcord on the Ocala Lakeland train.
Mr. W. T. Mcllvain has a train on the
Charlotte Harbor division.
Mr. Jake Brown has just had a fine
cement sidewalk laid in front of his
residence. Mr. C. L Moore did the
Mrs. C H. Dame is somewhat better
today, and Mr. Dame has gone to Mer Meredith,
edith, Meredith, on an urgent request from the
Woodmen of that place, to help insti institute
tute institute their camp. He will return to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. Do not put your wife or daughter
off, but buy her the piano you have
promised her so long: See them at
Weihe's jewelry store.
XA1TIOXAL RANKS ARE CHARTERED BY TUB UNITED STATES
COVEItXMEXT AXD THEIR AFFAIRS ARE CLOSELY LOOKED AFT AFTER,
ER, AFTER, XOT OXLY BY THE OFFICERS OF THE BANKS, BUT BY THE
GOVERNMENT AS WELL. FREQUENT EX AMINATIOX'S, STRINGENT
REGULATIONS AND WISE PRECAUTIONS MORE THAN DOUBLY
SAFEGUARD YOUR FUNDS. THIS IS A NATIONAL BANK AND IS
CONDUCTED IN A WAY THAT MERITS YOUR CONFIDENCE. THE
GOVERNMENT KEEPS AN ACCOUNT HERE. LET OUR BANK BE
UNDER CONTROL OF UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT
LORETTO (Near Mandarin) FLORIDA.
Boarding school for boys, conducted by the Sisters of St. Joseph.
Boys from eight to fourteen years received, and carefully trained on
physical, intellectual, moral and social lines. Healthy location. Mag Magnificent
nificent Magnificent swimming pool. Complete equipment in schoolrooms, "dormi "dormitories,
tories, "dormitories, dining hall and recreation rooms.
APPLY FOR PROSPECTUS TO THE SISTER SUPERIOR.
ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY, LORETTO, FLORIDA.
hardened Steel V i Leather tread X 41
Anti-Skid I sa-j I toufh,flxihIa,j
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A. .0 GATES, 34
Judge Bell has issued the following
Mr. Enoch H. Gile3 te Miss Luclle
Mr. Roman Brinson to" Miss Cecil
Mr. William E. Clark, president of
the H. B. Masters Co., of thlk city, is
here from New York for a two weeks
visit with friends and looking afer
Mrs. Pope, matron of the hospital
several years ago, has been sick for
some time, and underwent an opera operation
tion operation at the hospital yesterday. It was
successful and she is doing well to today.
A great many men put off buying a
piano until they have the cash, .We
sell you on easy payments. You don't
miss the money." Cable Piano Co., at
Weihe's Jewelry Store.
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$100 MACHINE FOR $65 f
Sold for Cash or Monthly
It is unquestionably the most
.practical 'typewriter made, regard regardless
less regardless -of price.,
R. L. MARTIN, Local AgcU'
Room 9, Merchants Block, Ocala,
15 Machines Sold in OcaU in Oae
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Wc have hi qtr large stcre, almost every
thing yot could wish for to furnish your
home, office, farm, garden or work shop with.
We have a complete line of furniture in med medium
ium medium and high grades, with all of the furnish,
ings that go with the line. Our stock of
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Dazea wltn horror. Coast managed
to clear his vision.
Blackstock had moved to the other
Eide of the room, where he stood at j
a small table, the drawer of which he i
had evidently jerked open the instant j
before he fired. His feet were well
apart and he leaned a little forward,
his large head lowered upon its heavy
neck. His lips were compressed to
the loss of their sensual fullness, n-ls
eyes blazed beneath knotted, intent
brows. One hand was clenched by his
side; the other held an automatice pis pistol
tol pistol from whose muzzle a faint vapor
lifted in the still hot air.
In a corner little Dundas was hud huddled
dled huddled with a face of parchment, mouth
gaping, eyes astare.
Both men were watching Van Tuyl.
Coast saw the tall, graceful figure
sway like a pendulum gathering mo momentum.
mentum. momentum. An expression of strained
surprise clouded the man's face. He
lurched a. 6tep forward and caught
himself with a hand on the card-table,
and so held steady for an instant
while his blank gaze, falling, compre comprehended
hended comprehended the neat black puncture witt
Its widening stain upon the bosom oi
"God ." he said again in a vole
of pitiful inquiry.
Then he fell, dragging the tablt
over with him.
On the sound of that, Blackstock
moved for the first time. He drew
himself up, relaxed, and dropped the
weapon upon the table beside him
His glance encountered Coast's, wa
vered and turned away. He moistened
his lips nervously.
Coast, with a little cry, dropped tc
his knees beside Van Tuyl. Already
the man's eyes were glazing, the move movements
ments movements of the hand that tore at hie
breast were becoming feebly convul convulsive.
sive. convulsive. While Coast watched he shud
dered and died.
"Well?" Blackstock's voice boomed
in his ears as the man's hand gripped
his shoulder. Coast shook off the
grasp and rose.
"You've done for him," he said,
wondering at the steadiness of his
Blackstock shook his head, blinking
like a man waking from evil dreams.
'Why . .? he said huskily.
He turned away as if to lose sight
of the figure huddled at his feet.
Dundas in his corner whimpered.
Blackstock swung to him with an
Dath. "Shut up, damn you! D'you
want He clicked his strong white
teeth, jumping as the bell of the
house telephone interrupted. Then
j rne mar. as wen a3 nis blind horror or
j the crime.
? "What are you going to do?"
i "Do?" Blackstock jumped up and
j began to pace to and fro. "What the
J hell can I do but give myself up?"
! "You mean that?"
; The question was involuntarily on
Coast's part, wrung from him by sur sur-;
; sur-; prise, so difficult he found It to credit
the man's sincerity,
j "Of course," Blackstock explained,
j simply; "It's too late now to make a
get-away. . If It hadn't been for
! that racket . They'd cop me
i before I could get out of town." He
j paused, questioning Coast with hia In-
tent stare. You wouldn't let me off,
S would you? You'd tell the police, of
Blackstock nodded as If he found
the reply anything but surprising. "Of
course. He was your friend."
"Yours, too. Why did you do it?"
"This damnable temper of mine.
He didn't you hear? threatened to
tell Kate Thaxter. . ." Black-
stock resumed Ms walk.
"Never mind something to prevent
"And you killed him for that?"
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Blackstock Moved for the First Time.
he went heavily to the Instrument In
the short hallway that led to the en entrance
trance entrance to the apartment. Coast heard
him Jerk down the receiver.
"Well?" he demanded savagely.
"Yes. An accident."
"One of my guests. Yes, badly.
You'd better call up police headquar headquarters
ters headquarters and tell them to send an ambu ambulance.
lance. ambulance. "And don't let anybody up here un
til they come. Understand?" j
He hung up the receiver with a J
bang and tramped back into the din-
ing-room. "That damn' hallboy! I
. . They heard the racket in the j
flat below and called him up. .
I have made a pretty mess of things!" j
He went to the buffet, carefully j OlHOll beed
avoiding the body, and poured himself
a stiff drink, which he swallowed at a
Blackstock strode restlessly back
to the other end of the room and
threw himself, a dead weight, into a
chair, facing the wall. In the silence
that followed Coast could hear his
j deep and regular respirations, unhur- j
! ried, unchecked. After a moment, j
however, he swung round, dug his el-inPAl A Vi-E-il vTllWi-
bows into his knees and buried hislUUflturl WLLU W I Will.
face In his hands.
"Good God!" he said. "Why did I
Dundas coughed nervously and
moved toward the door. Blackstock
ooked up with the face of a thunder
"Where are you going?"
Dundas stammered an incoherent
"Well, you stop where you are. Get
back to that window-seat and try to
keep your miserable teeth still, can't
you? D'you think I'm going to let
you desert me now, after all I've done
for you, you ungrateful rat?"
"Without a protest Dundas sidled
fearfully between him and what had
been Van Tuyl, and returned to the
window-seat. Blackstock's glowering
gaze fell upon Coast. A sour grimace
twisted his mouth.
"You're not a bad fellow, Coast," he
said "to stick by me. . .'
Exerting himself. Coast tried to
master his aversion and contemDt for
Blackstock stopped, staring &ovm. at
the body. "Yes." he said, in a sub subdued
dued subdued voice.
"If that's your vay, you'd have to
murder me also, you knoTC, before you
could have married Miss Thaxter."
The man looked up and nodded.
"Well, it's too late now. That's done
for good and alL We needn't quarrel
He went back to his seat.
"Good Lord, how long they are!"
He began to talk, to maunder to
himself of what might have been and
what had been, speaking of his aims,
ambitions, achievements in an oddly
detached way, as he might have re reviewed
viewed reviewed another's life, only emotional
when forced to realization of the fact
that this was the end of It alL The
phrase, "This ends it!" punctuated
the semi-confessional 'soliloquy mo monotonously,
notonously, monotonously, repeated over and over
with the same falling inflection. Coast
detected not a word, not even a note
of regret for his crime, Bave in as far
as it affected Blackstock's fortunes
A shrill clamor of the telephone
bell electrified them all. Dundas cried
out. Blackstock lumped ud and
stumbled into the hall. Coast, rising.
heard hi3 voice.
"Yes. Tell them to come up."
He returned, almost reeling. "Here,
Dundas," he Bald, slowly, "you let 'em
in, wUI you, like a good. fellow."
Mute in his panic, Dundas went to
Coast could hear the whine of the
ascending elevator, the clanking of
its safety chains. ...
Abruptly he was conscious that
Blackstock's temper had undergone a
change. From passive surrender to
his fate the man had passed to a mood
ot active resistance. Somehow in
stinctively. Coast seemed to divine
this in the surcharged, tense atmos atmosphere
phere atmosphere of that moment. He shot a
swift, suspicious look at the man, and
caught in return a look of low cunning
He saw Blackstock In a pose of at
tention, listening, every sense alert,
every muscle flexed a man gathering
himself together as a cat about to
The elevator was very near the
"By God!" Blackstock whispered,
wetting' his lips; and again his eyes
were blazing. "Ill fool 'em yet!"
The man turned swiftly. Outside
the elevator gate clanged. Coast
heard a confusion of footfalls and
voices, a knocking on the door. And
suddenly he understood what Black-
Btock Intended. Already he had re regained
gained regained the side table and snatched up
the pistol. He turned with It lifted.
"They shan't have me!" he cried, and
reversed It to his temple.
"You fool!" Coast screamed uncon unconsciously.
sciously. unconsciously. With almost Incredible
swiftness of action he flung himself
upon Blackstock and seized the pistol,
deflected it toward the celling. It
For a moment longer he was strug
gling frantically with Blackstock to
save the man from self-destruction.
Then, without warning, he was seized
and dragged away, holding the pistol.
A strange hand snatched that away.
Other hands pinioned his arms to
his sides. He fought for freedom for
an instant, then ceased to resist, thun
derstruck with amazement.
Blackstock towered over him, point pointing
ing pointing him out. "That's your man take
him!" he cried. "He's done murder
and was trying suicide. I managed to
keep him quiet until he heard you
coming, then he made a grab for the
pistol. Thank God, you're in time!"
Something stuck in Coast's throat
his tongue trying to articulate in a
mouth dry with fear and consterna consternation.
tion. consternation. "You liar!" he managed to say.
"Shut up, you!" One of the police policemen
men policemen holding him clapped a hand over
"Why," he heard Blackstock say,
"you saw him yourself, gentlemen. If
there's any question in your minds,
here's Mr. Dundas, who saw it all.
Dundas, who shot Van Tuyl? Mr.
Dimly as through a haze Coast saw
Dundas emerge from the press of men
in the room, a ghost of a man, eyelids
quivering, limbs shaking, features
working in his small, pasty face. And
in his anguish of anger, fear and re resentment,
sentment, resentment, Coast detected the look, un unobserved
observed unobserved by any other, of secret un understanding
derstanding understanding that passed between the
"Yes," Dundas said, his voice tremu
lous. "Why wny, or course, Mr.
Coast did it."
Coast felt the chill of handcuffs on
his wrist a chill that ate into his
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