YH HAVE OX DISPLAY A COM COMPLETE
PLETE COMPLETE LINE OF AKT MA LA RES AXD
SMALLER IttG IN VARIOUS DE DESIGNS
SIGNS DESIGNS AMI UTILITIES, WILTON,
It It I SSEI.S, IXMIMSTEK. PRO HKIS HKIS-SELS,
SELS, HKIS-SELS, TA P ENTRY, SMYRNA AM)
GRASS. CHINESE A Nil JPANESE
MTTINS. ALWAYS GLIJ TO SHOW
OCALA. FLORIDA. MOXDAY. OCTOBER 23. 1911
THE FURNTTTJRE MEN
WHEN YOU YAWN
A GOOD DEAL
In the day time, ami feci dull,
lazy and discouraged, you havt
every symptom of a torpid
. Simmons Red Liver Reg Regulator
ulator Regulator (The Powder Form) is
a fine tonic for a disordered
liver. It acts promptly. The
hilious impurities which have
interfered with the free action
of the liver are driven out, the
stomach is cleansed and
strengthened so that it can
more thoroughly digest food.
The bowels are purified and a
regular habit re-established.
It is a splendid medicine for
the whole system, Promotes
a feeling of energy, mental
activity and cheerful spirits.
Sold by Dealers. Price, large package, $1.00
Aik for tb nuini with the Rod Z on the lshel. 1 1
you ranuot get it, remit to u, we wiil -tid by mail
poatpaid. Hirnrnon Liver Regulator i !so put op ia
lujnid form for thoee who prrfT it. trice, 1.00 per
bvttle. Look (or the bed Z label.
J. H. ZEIUN I CO., Props., St Louis, Mo.
FULLER & AYER
Office over Munroe A; Cliamltliss Il'k.
J. E. CHACE
Rooms it, 10 and 11, Second Floor,
L, F. BLALOCK
Office Over Commercial Hank
OCALA ... FLORIDA
Oflico Hours, 8 to 12 a. m. 1 to 5
p. m. Vhone 211.
F. E. McCLANE
Physician and Surgeon
cieneral Practice Calls Made Prompt Promptly,
ly, Promptly, Might or Day.
Special Attention to Obstetrics, Dis Diseases
eases Diseases of Women and Children.
Office Rooms 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6, Holder
Building-, Second Floor. Phones,
Office No. 333; Residence No. 333
DR. J. T. SHAW, VETERINARIAN
Graduate of the United States Col College
lege College of Veterinary Surgeons,
WASHINGTON. D. C.
Located at the Jones Hospital on South
First Street, West
All Calls Promptly Answered.
C. J. PHILLIPS
Contractor and Builder
Plans ana specifications Furnished
129 South Third Street
W. G, BLANGHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
P. O. BOX 46
Charles Rodoff, Proprietor.
Rest Quick Lunch Eeatlnp House
In the City
Apalachlcola and Cedar
Oyntem in All Style
Everything that is good
to cat, properly served
Right Now, when you
want it. All Delicacies
of the Season.
Who Is Sow In Ilia vr nalldlogr?
Corner South First and Magnolia
Street Pbone 73
FALL SAMPLES flUID STYLE
Call and look them over and
give your order now for a
handsome fall tailor made
suit of clothes
To DrTroil Ucv. ( larrnre V. T. Itit-lif-soii,
the Minister -ciicl of the
Munlir of Mi. Avlt I.iuncll
lio.-ton. Oct. 22. To .-:r-nt4then the
chiln of cir--u mst.tnati.il evidence upon
j which the ftev. Clarence V. T. Ilich.-
son v;i- arrested Friday for the allev; allev;-j
j allev;-j t-.l murder of Avis Linnell. the police
arc concentrating their irvms to ap appertaining
pertaining appertaining definitely whether it was
Mr. Richeson or another person who
line, with the yount; music student
last rviturday afternoon, a few hours
he fore she took the cyanide of potas potassium
sium potassium from which she died.
The police say they have evidence
indicating that Mr. Iticheson was: her
companion. They have worked on the
theory that the man with whom Miss
Linnell dined was the person who save
her the fatal powder which she took,
believing it would remedy her physical
Stiinil 1y IUm Intended Son-ln-Law
The minister was visited today by
Moses (Jrant FMmands, father of Miss
Violet I-Mmands. his fiancee, at whose
home in Brookline, Mr. Richeson was
arrested. With the bars between them,
as a frim reminder of the events which
necessitated the postponement of the
wed dins: set for Oct. 31. the accused
clergyman and his prospective father-in-law
had a lonr talk. When Mr. Ed Edmunds
munds Edmunds left the jail he said to the
newspaper men: "Mr. Richeson will
have as jjood a defense as money can
Tlis statement, together with a fur further
ther further one that Mr. Edmands. with the
rest of his family, retains confidence
in Richeson was taken to indicate that
the wealth of the I-Mmands' family
would be placed in defense of the pas pastor.
tor. pastor. That eminent counsel will be en en-saed
saed en-saed to care for Mr. Richeson's inter interests
ests interests was made certain by the an announcement
nouncement announcement that a member of the firm
of Rrandeis. Nuttor & lninhar already
have the matter entrusted to them.
This firm is headed by Louis D. P.ran-
MIDNIfiHT IN TIIE 071UKS
and yet sleepless; Siram Scanton, of
Clay City, 111., coughed and couprhed.
Hj was in the mountains on the advice
of five doctors, who said he had con consumption,
sumption, consumption, 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. or ail lung diseases, cougns,
colds, lagrippe, asthma, croup, whoop whooping
ing whooping cough, hay fever, hemorrhages,
hoarseness or quinsy, its the best
known remedy. Trice 50c and 1. Trial
bottle free. Guaranteed by Tydings
The registration books of the city
of Ocala will be open from this date
till the second Saturday in November.
All persons desiring to register may do
so by calling at the city clerk's office.
October 5th, 1911.
IT. C. Sistrunk.
Clerk and ex-Offlcio Supervisor of
Registration of the City of Ocala.
KICKED I1Y A MAD HOUSE
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
Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured it com-
pletelv. Its the greatest healer of ul-many d,stant seas smce he left 1 ort ort-1;
1; ort-1; L, w, greatest neaier oi ui sailingmaster. H. F.
cers, burns, boils, eczema, scalds, cuts,
corns, eold-sores, bruises and piles on
earth. Try it 23c at Tydings & Co.
TAFT'S S U n T E It II A N' E A X TRIP
President Went Down 1 1 (Ml Feet Into
the HomeMteak Gold Mine at Lead,
Deadwood, S. D., Oct. 22. Bresident
Taft further qualified as a miner to today
day today when he was dropped 1.100 feet
down into the" famous Homestake gold
mine at Read. The altitude at the en
trance to the mine is just one mile
above sea level. Mr. Taft was locked
with several members of his party.
into one of the steel cages' used in
hoisting men and metals from the
bowels of the earth. It was a long
dark ride down the shaft, the depth
being twice the hight of the Washing
ton monument. Elevators in the Wash
ington monument creep to the top of
that granite shaft in from ten to fif fifteen
teen fifteen minutes. Mr. Taft went sailing
down into the darkness at a speed
which carried him to the 1,100 foot
level in less than two minutes. Three Three-quarters
quarters Three-quarters of an hour later he was hoist
ed to the surface at even a faster
Handed a Gold Ilrlek
In this city where he spoke shortly
after noon on the tariff vetoes, the
president was presented with a small
gold brick worth over $300.
FOLEY KIDXEY PILLS
supply just the Ingredients needed to
build up, strengthen and restore the
natural action of the kidneys and
I bladder. Specially prepared for back
ache, headache, nervousness, rheuma rheumatism
tism rheumatism and all kidney, bladder and uri urinary
nary urinary irregularities. For sale at the
XEW CROP SEEDS
I have just received a fresh lot of
the new crop, garden, flower and field
seed. Wm. Anderson. Druggist, Ocala.
The best plasier. 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
no A HDKHS WANTED
Good table and room accommoda accommodations,
tions, accommodations, or one without the other. Apply
to Mrs. Washburn, 1S6 North Magno Magnolia
lia Magnolia street.
Don't trifle with a cold Is 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.
CRUISE OF I GOROHETi
Fenrful Experiences of the Holy (jliont
and I'm Fan nil cm on the Return
Voyage from 1'aleMtine
Portland. Me.. Oct. 22. As the cli climax
max climax to months of hardships during
which he and his little band of follow followers
ers followers had suffered from hunger and
thirst as their yacht Coronet was buf buffeted
feted buffeted about by sea and wind, the Rev.
Prank V. Sanford. leader of the Holy
Ghost and Ts Society of Shiloh. was
brought to this city last night in
charge of county officers. The Coronet
swings at anchor off the quarantine
station, a wrecked, and dismantled
craft. Two men were brought ahore
and placed in a local hospital, both
suffering from scurvey. Seven others,
six men and one child, died with the
same disease and were buried at sea
during the last few months. Xot a sail
of her original suit of canvas was left
whole and there was a foot of water
in the cabin when the Coronet dropped
anchor. Her flying jibboom. both her
jilts and foresail were carried away in
recent storms and her mainsail was
split to ribbons
The pumps were be- i
ing worked continually.
In' the vessel's larder there was not
a loaf of bread and no fresh meat had
passed the lipe of any of the religious
seafarers for many days. Both crew
and passengers were nearly exhausted.
For four months the Coronet, which
left a Haitien port June 27. had strug struggled
gled struggled against the elements as she beat
her way up the coast, hut never once
did her commander ask aid. his only
request from passing vessels being for
food for the crew and passengers. On
board were fifty-five people, including
the Rev. Sanford, his wife and five
children. For seven days the men and
women had been working incessantly
in reliefs at the pumps. This has re reduced
duced reduced the strongest men to mere
skeletons. While they worked at the
pumps men and women prayed inces incessantly.
santly. incessantly. The Coronet which more than twen twenty
ty twenty years ago defeated the schooner
Dauntless in a race from Sandy Hook
to Queeenstown. has been battered by
Witham, said that they had been to t'ae
Holy Land, but had spent much time in
the tropics, spreading the faith of
WHAT ONE DOLLAR WILL DO
A dollar bottle of Hall's Texas Won Won-der,
der, Won-der, a sixty day's treatment, seldom
fails to cure kidney, bladder or rheum rheumatic
atic rheumatic trouble. It gives quick and per permanent
manent permanent relief. Write for testimonials.
Dr. E. W. Hall. 2926 Olive street, St.
Louis, Mo. Sold by all druggists.
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.
TAKE YOl II I'OMMOV
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 1 colds in children and in grown
persons, take Foley's Honey and Tar
Compound promptly. For sale at the
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
NEVER OUT OF WORK
The busiest little things ever made
are Dr. King' 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 2:e at Tydings & Co.
Latest maps of Florida and all oth other
er other states at Ballard's.
Chronic rheumatism contracts the
muscle?, distorts the joints
dermines the strength. A powerful.
penetrating and relievir.
be found in BALLARD'S SXO"A"
MENT. It restores strength and
nleness to the achinsr limbs. Price
LOc and $1 per bottle. Sold by all
DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CLUED
by local applications, as they cannot
rtach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deaf deafness,
ness, deafness, 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 in-ilamcd
ilamcd in-ilamcd condition of the mucous sur surfaces.
faces. surfaces. We wilj give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of deafness (caused by
catarrh that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for cir circulars
culars circulars free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, 75c. Take Hall's
Family Bills for constipation.
HEN'HV DEAN" HARD HIT
MiirrierotiN Akmbii It on a Prominent
Yoiihk Jacksonville Athlete
Jacksonville, Oct. 22. Henry II.
Dean. Jr.. prominent in local athletics.
ani at one time manager of the Duval
High School football team, was knock knocked
ed knocked in the head by a highwayman short shortly
ly shortly before 10 o'clock last night In the
fashionable Riverside section of the
city, iiis pockets rifled and he is now in
an unconscious condition, in a local hos hospital.
pital. hospital. His prostrated form was found
lying on the sidewalk by pedestrians.
The police have no clue to the guilty
HOTEL FOR SALE
The Colonial Hotel, located on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street paved with vitrified brick,
centrally located between the Seaboard
Air Line and Atlantic Coast Line
stations and within one block of
the government building and postof postof-fice.
fice. postof-fice. This hotel has recently been
thoroughly remodeled and modernized
in every particular. Brice, 316,000,
$6,000 down and balance ",000 in one
and $5,000 in two years at 8 per cent.
interest. If you mean business, come
to see me or write for particulars and
photographs. It will not be long on
the market. I have tha sole agency
for the sale of the Colonial.
H. A. KRAMER
Montezuma Illock, Ocala, Fla.
TIIE "FOUNTAIN" OF YOUTH"
is the soda fountain in our flrug 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
th popular syrups, xoti will find It ex exhilarating,
hilarating, exhilarating, satisfying, cooling. Try it
once then you will recommend It your yourself.
self. yourself. Only Five Cents.
THi: COURT PHARMACY
RKGRKTS ARE USELESS
, f -tr
e burned out. The
prepare xor ir.e emergency oi nre
by having a Policy to cover
Me loss of property through the rav ravage?
age? ravage? of the devouring element. Xever
rr.ir.i future regrets. Have some pres-
i ent wi-: om. Little trifles often cause
a fire, but the resultant loss is no trifle.
T: oasts so little to be well and fullv
tat the poor have no excuse
SAVA1IESE AXD BELL.
r .. i mi 1 1
j fe. ant Accident Insurance
I OCALA, FLA.
SE 1 1 B
It W ill le Here Tomorrow Mornlnc and
Show in the Afternoon and
Bessie and Tessie. the famous Ger German
man German lioness twin cubs, arrived from
Germany recently and joined the Adam
Forepaugh and Sells Brothers United
Shows and are now domiciled in a
brand new cage where they will hold
daily public receptions.
The sisters were greatly fatigued
after their long journey in crates, but
after a bath and breakfast the twins
made friends all around with the oth other
er other animals, and examined their sur surroundings
roundings surroundings with interest. Mme. Mona,
the dowager lioness, was appointed
chaperon of the newcomers, and the
entente cordiale was established thru
her justly famed diplomacy. The Fore Forepaugh
paugh Forepaugh and Sells Brothers Circus fea features
tures features are of the very highest class this
year. The horses are the finest ever
carried with a tented, enterprise. The
clowns are the funniest; elephants the
largest: sea lions the best trained; ac acrobats
robats acrobats the most supple: aerialists the
most daring; riders the most wonder wonderful;
ful; wonderful; in fdet, every feature stands out
as the best that could be secured in
Europe. The doublfe somersault auto automobile
mobile automobile thriller is a great sensation.
Superlatives are also necessary to
describe the beautiful street parade
which leaves the show grounds tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow about 10 a. m. in which hundreds
of well groomed and well matched
horses are attached to the band wagon,
open cages and massive carved floats.
The parade alone is worth going miles
to see. Everything absolutely new
and different with Forepaugh and
Sells Brothers circus this year. The
circus special trains will roll into
Ocala bright and early tomorrow
morning. Two performances will be
given at 2 and 8 p. m. tomorrow. Doors
open one hour before. Tickets can be
secured in advance tomorrow without
any extra charge at the Court Bhar Bhar-macy,
macy, Bhar-macy, southeast corner Main and Expo Exposition.
sition. Exposition. TO TIIE PUBLIC
The Xeel Armstrong Co., of Akron,
Ohio, have installed in the offices of
Doctor McClane one of their electrical
Ozone Generators for the administra
tion of Oxylin Treatments for the re relief
lief relief of throat and lung trouble's and
for general tonic treatment.
Their demonstrator, Prof. W. E.
Plaster, is here as their representative
and will be glad to demonstrate this
scientific device to any one who may
lesire to see this wonderful machine
lemonstrated and tell them of the
work it will accomplish in the relief
of suffering humanity.
The Xeel Armstrong Co.
REGISTRATION HOOKS REVISED
At a meeting of the city council held
on this date the following names were
stricken from the respective wards:
Durand. P. A., removed.
P.ittinger, C. L.. deceased.
Plain. H. I)., removed.
Culbreath, C. K., removed.
Gabbv. H. I-:., removed.
.lewt-it. .1. K., removed.
Miller, D. A., deceased.
Marlowe, V. F.. removed.
Mcllwain, W. T., removed
Pike. V. S.. deceased.
Spurlin. J. G.. removed.
Svlvester. .1. W.. removed.
Toi,h. A. P., deceased.
AY aril Three
Williams. Arthur, deceased.
Bailer. Henry, deceased.
rekl. J. O., removed.
Liddon. C. A., removed.
The citv council will hear complaints
November 21st. 1911. for the restora restoration
tion restoration of names stricken.
II. C. .Sistrunk. Clerk.
October 2Cth, 1911.
FOLEY'S KIDNEY REMEDY
VS. A HOPELESS CASE
lion. Ark. J. E. Freeman says: "I had
a 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
A MEDICINE THAT
is Foley's Honey and Tar Compound.
Mrs. T. J. Adams, 522 X. Kansas ave avenue,
nue, avenue, Columbu?, Kas., writes: "For a
number of years my children have
, Ma., t -,hs and colds.
- . ... TT- .1 t ..,
'and found that it cured their cough?
and cold?, so I keep it in the house all
j the time." Refuse substitutes. For
the Court Pharmacy.
STORE FOR RENT
Half of front More downntalra at the
Uoiniar block, nest to Theo-Zachery
Furniture house, for rent. Apply to
Mr. Akin or Mr. Bennett, with Ocala
Plumbing Sc. Elect rle Compaaj.
Sweet, Orr & Com Company's
pany's Company's Trousers
THIS IS A SIGNED GUARANTEE OF SAT SATISFACTION
ISFACTION SATISFACTION BY THE MANUFACTURERS OF
wnue, vviie & vvarner, maKers ot tne iamous vv-w-w King, 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 re-nlaces
nlaces re-nlaces them absolutely free of charee. The rine is euaranteed In ever
detail. If you wish to buy a ring that will give you entire satisfaction
and much pleasure, we suggest that you buy W-W-W rings. Look for
the mark W-W-W on the inside. W-W-W riujs guaranteed solid gold. V
Makers of Rings "In Which
ALargc Selection of
We have just received a fresh shipment of these favor favorite
ite favorite candies in oc. and 10c. packages, which contain
Chocolates, Chocolate Creams, Chocolate
Almons and Chocolate Cherries.
Also a large assortment of Chewing Gam
J. C. GEIGER, Manager.
Call op Phone 300 and Let
AND ELECTRICAL WORK
We Guarantee to Save You Money on Any Work In Our Lines
An we employ none bnt expert we are In poMltlon f guarantee eT eT-ery
ery eT-ery pieee of work we construct t ntand tbe laapeettoa of the BMt
rlKl" Inspector. It rout nothing to ntet our njcureo, and ran are tne
winner, whether we aeeure the contract or not. Give na m trial.
M. W. TUCKER
FORT KING BLOCK
Trie. JLr r UUM I
Our Style IS
the Stones Do Stay In"
Rinus to Select From
us Give an Estimate oa Year
oolli os (Qjpeou
for our patrons to select their
own fashions. We show them
a splendid selection of up-to
date designs hi, the finest
fabrics, and we rnake 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.
I MILvJnllMva vU.
OCALA EVENING STAR, moxd.iv, octouer 2. ion
OCALA EVENING STAR
Bittlnger & Carroll, Proprietors.
R. R. Carrroll, Business Manager.
J. II. Benjamin, Editor.
known that perhaps the best building
in it is the jail and when it costs more
to build and maintain the jail than all
of our schools. "As the twisr is bent
o the tree inclines." "By all the
power that lies within us, let us benl
the twig like we want the tree to be."
The Star regrets its inability to srive
Mr. Lev's discourse in full, as many oi
his points were most strongly fortified
with argument and illustration.
LECTURE BY REV. J. B. LEV
MRS. THOMAS C. HALL
HE 18 BSE
KlfKaol ItuildioK bl-b Mr. Clarence
Camp i HavluK Erected on tbe
iolf I. Ink
JFATH OF MIL" JOHNSON"
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
onnson. the son-in-law oi t conventions held every Monday ee- i
Ca; r. S. R. Pyles. died today at St. jning in Castle Hall over Peyser's store.
Pr-ersb irsr. The funeral will be held A cordial welcome to visitinsr kniehts.
J. G. Ferguson. C. C.
Chas. K. Sage. K. of R. and S.
of Cap!. S. R. Pyles at the captain's!
home so'i h of town several years ninv.nrvv T.nnnr
capr. ryies sister,
j tomorrow m tnat eit Mr. John. -on
I married Miss Magsrie Pyles. daughter!
Rev. J. B. Ley. of the Methodist
church, spoke last night to an audience
which completely filled the auditorium
of his church on "Some Lessons Sug Suggested
gested Suggested by the Completion of Marion
County's New $50,000 Prison." He
spoke for nearly an hour, holding the
closest attention of his hearers. Chos Chos-Ins
Ins Chos-Ins for his scriptural reference Rom.
13:6, "For the cause ye pay tribute,"
he cited the fact that the apostle was
hre referring to the cost of the ex
ecution of law against its criminal vio
Afflrmine his subiect to be a live
one. viewed from any aspect, and com
mending the authorities for the excel
lence of the work: affirming the build
ing to be a model of convenience, san
Itation and humane, affording light,
warmth and ventilation and a measure
of physical comfort, it was neverthe
less "a prison." Its stone and steel
floors, walls and gratings were grim
reminders that there exists among us
a considerable class whose cupidity or
lack of self-control renders such a
"Not the jail," said the speaker.
"however. a.s a building, not the public
spirit which directed and consummat
ed its construction, not its adapta adaptability
bility adaptability to the ends for which jails are
built claims our consideration, but the
presence of a criminal class sufficient
ly large to justify such a princely ex
penditure for their care, in a com
munity bristling with churches and
schools, in a county whose every cross
road boasts a school house and
church, in a state and municipality
well governed and well protected, is
cause for the greatest consideration at
the hands of our people."
Three questions were then presented
1st. Whence our modern criminal?
2nd. Why our criminal?
3rd. What are we going to do about
The first question may be answered
In a sentence. He is bone of our bone
flesh of our flesh; he is not an exotic
transplated from some soil infernal
but is born and bred among us. He
eats of our food, breaths the same air
and walks amidst the sane environ
ments out from which are developed
the. fairest flowers of our civilization.
Second. Why the criminal? Is it
because of some fatal defect in our so social
cial social and economic life, or in spite .of
the good in his surroundings?
Answering the question the speaker
First, criminals are born. Not born
criminal, but with criminal tendencies.
He charged the moderate or excessive
use of alcoholic stimulants as a bev beverage
erage beverage in one or both parents as large largely
ly largely responsible, claiming that alcohol
blunts moral perceptions and these
blunted perceptions are often the aw awful
ful awful heritage of children born to such
He also affirmed that 50 per cent of
the children born of criminal parents
became criminals. But charging every
environment with a larger measure of
influence, he said this was to be seen:
1st. In lax administration of discip discipline,
line, discipline, beginning all too often at the
paternal fireside. Illustrative of the
truth of this the speaker read various
extracts from leading writers and
thinkers on this phase of his subject.
"The man of criminal propensity is
emboldened to acts of criminality from
the general conviction that he will ten
chances to one at least escape detec detection,
tion, detection, or if caught, red-handed in the
"act, will escape punishment.
"Vice and crime," said the speaker
again, "are fostered by the parading
before the public daily of the details
of criminal acts by the press and
visualized by the motion pictures.
"It is claimed by the press that only
that is printed for which there is de
mand. So we once heard a vender of
tainted meat say he sold it because a
certain per centage of his customers
were willing to buy it. But he had to
Commenting on the "law of sugges suggestion,"
tion," suggestion," the speaker said the poet under understood
stood understood that when he wrote:
"Vice is a monster of so frightful mein.
To be hated, needs but to be seen.
But seen too oft. familiar with her face
We first endure, then pity, then em
He charged the licensed traffic in al
coholic beverage as a "most fruitful
breeder of crime." A statement "con
firmed by courts and judges, prisoners
and paupers, asylums and slums."
Several "remedies" were suggested
by the speaker.
1. "Without stopping to argue the
point, I wish to say, that certain kinds
of criminals should not be allowed to
be born. Confirmed criminals, feeble
minded and common drunkards should
be prevented from reproducing their
kind, by a resort to legal segregation
of the sexes, or. if that is not possible,
then by sterilization."
2. "There must be a better enforce
ment of' law. It must be impartial
There's no more reason why white men
gathered in a saloon should be allow
ed to bet on the results of the world'
series of baseball games than that
crowd of negroes be allowed to pitch
3. Some sort of news censorship is
demanded. He was in favor of all
"liberty of the press," but not in favor
of the license .it sometimes exercises
to dish out its dreary routine of crim
inal rottenness day by day. Because
It is legal, that a waiter of American
beauty roses should be sold in our ho hotels
tels hotels and on our streets, is no reason
why it should also be legal for the
same vender from the same waiter to
offer for sale the attar of ancient egg?
blended with the aromatic extract of
polecat, even if some noses should be
educated to enjoy such blending of
odors." And because the press may
wisely and properly print and vend
news of grow.th and development, and
all the good things of this life, such
"liberty" should not be transferred into
the license to serve on the same pages
stories in all their harrowing detail
of murders and rapes and suicides and
marital and sexual rottenness because
forsooth some folks demand the circu
lation of such salacious "tld bits." If
this be treason to the liberty of the
press, the press may make the most
, of it. Thank God not all the papers
stoop thus at the altar of unholy
4. Another remedy. The saloon must
be abolished, and prohibition must be
enforced. Chinese banks do not fail
The banker's head is the price of fail
5. Mre and better schools, more
and better teachers, more and better
buildings and more and better teach
ing, will tend to fewer and cheaper
jails. It is a sad commentary on the
morals of one city when the fact is
After manv weary days of suffering.
the spirit of this faithful wife, loving
mother and kind friend entered into
its endless ret at ft o'clock Saturday
Mrs. Hall was a native of Sumter. S.
, and married Mr. Hall in that pretty,
old-time Southern town many years
ago. The Hall family came to Florida
some twenty years since, and first made
their home near Mayo. They came to
Ocala about ten years ago, and with
the exception of a couple of years at
Gainesville. Ga., have lived here ever
Mrs. Hall was a most lovable lady.
full of placid kindness that overflowed
toward everyone she came in contact
with. Wherever she went, she became
the center of a large group of friends,
attracted to her by her sunshiny tem
perament. Particularly was she be beloved
loved beloved of the young people, for her
motherly heart was large enough to
hold them all. She had been sick for
a number or montns, out it naa oniy
been in the last week or so that the
public understood that her life was
in danger; and from that time on. the
friendship felt for her and her family
was evinced in the constant inquiry
made as to her condition until the end
came. me remains, accompanies oy
Mr. Hall, and his son and daughter,
Mr. Troy Hall and Miss Beulah. left
yesterday afternoon for their old home
in Sumter, S. C. Mr. R. S. Hall, who
was absent on the Glidden tour, meA
them in Savannah. The funeral will
take place today, and will be presided
over by the white-haired minister who
baptized Mrs. Hall in her girlhood and
united her in marriage to Mr. Hall
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin J. Potter of
Jacksonville, formerly of Ocala. an announce
nounce announce the engagement of their sec second
ond second daughter, Emma Valeta. to Mr.
Henry Ardis Waterman of this city.
They will be married at six p. m. Wed Wednesday,
nesday, Wednesday, Nov. 15. at Snyder Memorial
Episcopal church in Jacksonville. Miss
Potter will have as her matron of
honor her only sister, Mrs. Mallory
Liddon, who will be her only attend attendant.
ant. attendant. The wedding will be a beautiful
social event. After their marriage Mr.
and Mrs. Waterman will go away for
short wedding trip, after which they
will reside in this city.
Mr. Waterman was born and ralsefl
in Ocala, and is one of our most pop popular
ular popular and respected young business
men. Miss Potter was here for sev
eral years, and she is a general fav favorite,
orite, favorite, particularly with her young
The engagement of Miss Mildred
Nurney to Mr. Milby Lloyd, both of
Suffolk, Va., is announced, the wed
ding to take place Nov. I.r, at the
Presbyterian church in Suffolk. Miss
Nurney is a sister of Mrs. Jack Camp
of this city. She is a very pretty and
accomplished young lady, and has
manv friends in Ocala, where she has
visited her sister several times. Mr
Camp will be matron of honor at the
wedding, and Master Henry Camp will
be ring bearer.
A Star reporter wer.t out t
links yesterday afternoon.
riarpn.-p Pamn the owner of
ertv, is building the handsomest
club house in the state. Fortunate!;.-
Mr. Cam;) was on the premises and i
took pleasure in showmsr the reporter
over the building. The ciub house, i
which is almost a replica of The one j
at As:ievale. except ror a few a da ;t ;;in-
- ... i
and cnantres. to mane ;t more
for the links here, is beinir pushed"!
forward and will soon be completed, j
The building occupies the site of the
old rustic club house and is beautiful beautifully
ly beautifully located among the large live oak
trees, commanding a magnificent view
of the links, and the state do-.-- not
afford a more exquisite bit of rolling
meadow, sprinkled here and there with
beautiful shade trees and any lover of
nature is moved to say something nice
of the view as soon as he looks out
from the second floor veranda on the
east side of the buildincr.
Tiie building is quite larsse and con contains
tains contains a great deal of room. The land
slopes away rather sharply towards
the south and the floor on that side is
on a level with the ground and on the
north side is excavated for about four
feet. While the building presents the
low club house effect. :t is two full
tories in height. The lower floor i i-emented
emented i-emented throughout and the plaster
will be laid right on the brick for the
walls. The second story is of wood.
with hardwood floors. On the first floor
the large dining room and a large
room at either end for the ladies' and
gentlemen's lockers and clubs. There
a retiring room on this floor for
either sex and the kitcnen is on the
ground floor and will be a very com
plete one. There will be-running wa water
ter water in the building and electric lights
The second floor, readied by steps
of cement from the outside, from both
north and south sides, and stairwavs
from the inside, contains a very larcje
veranda, set in under the roof across
the entire east side, with a large hall
that may be used for dancing, reading
or any other purpose in the center.
with two rooms of ample proportion
at either end. and large open fire
places to give comfort and cheerful
ness to the interior. i ne winuows on
both floors are very large and will
swing on pivots, opening their entire
dimensions, a splendid feature for
warm weather. The roof is of sained
shingles and has dormer windows in
the four sides.
It is certain that no better arranged
club house can be found and it will
add a great deal to the attractiveness
of Ocala and will add the finishing
touches to what is said to be the finest
and most beautiful golf links in the
Mr. Camp will harden the road from
the club house to the entrance to the
grounds and the city limits and it
seems to the Star like the city could
do no less than complete the driveway
to South Fifth street, a very short distance.
! went down thi. thi.-'
' thi.-' : he funeral.
ooser. capr. Pvies
afternoon to attend
XO. 1. I & A. M.
SCHOOL OF MLIC
fvtnool of Music will open ?
the fourth, annual ses ses-2.
2. ses-2. 1MI. It offers its j.a-a-s
instruction in violin,
i-nee. Any one wanting
aven't already applied for
see Miss Mary Connor,
it her studio, corner of
Magnolia street ar.d Fort King ave avenue,
nue, avenue, after September 27th. Office
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19 meets In
the Temple on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month.
Visiting brethren .cordially invltel
W. T. Mcllwaine, W. M
G. W. Martin. Secretary.
OCALA CHAPTER 'U. 13, IX. 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, IL P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
LOYAL ukdkr of moose
Ocala Lodge No. 6&3. Meets each
Tuesday night at Masonic hall.
Edwin Spencer, Jr., Dictator.
E. L. Stapp, Secretary.
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
woman's run meeting
The Woman's Club met at 3 o'clock
Saturdav afternoon. The attendance
was large and the meeting was pleas
ant as well as important. Mrs. Mamie
Howse Stovall was elected secretary
to succeed Mrs. R. L. Dowling. who has
moved away. Mrs. B. T. Perdue was
elected delegate to the federation
meeting at Jacksonville, and Mrs. W
T. Gary was elected alternate. Mrs.
Hocker gave her annual address. In it
she sketched some of the plans that
have been made for the year's work.
besides giving a resume of last year's
After the business session a short
musical program was given, which
was in charge of Mrs. G. W. Martin
Miss Rexie Todd played a piano solo
and Miss Irma Blake sang. She was
accompanied on the piano by Miss An
nie Laurie Perry, and on the violin by
Miss Gladys Martin.
After the musical program Mrs
Walter Hood, acting as hostess, served
iced tea and wafers. Mrs. O. T. Green
and Mrs. Frank Harris assisted her.
V. C. T. lT. PA ItLOR MEETING
The W. C. T. U. will hold its regu
lar business meeting next Tuesday af
ternoon at 4 o'clock with Mrs. J. B
Ley at the M. E. parsonage, and all
friends are cordially invited.
There will be a few literary features
after the business session, which in
eludes the election of delegates to the
state W. C. T. U. convention which
convenes in Tampa the fourth week
in November, on which occasion Mrs
Lilian Stevens and Miss Anna Gordon
of national"temperance fame, are ex
pected to be present.
Mrs. H. C. Packham, president, who
has been abroad for the past four
months, will preside. Following is the
Piano and violin duet by Misses Mc Mcintosh
intosh Mcintosh and Cevie Roberts.
Reading, "Mary Wood-Allen. Tem Temper
per Temper Scientist" Miss Mary Carlisle.
Vocal solo by Miss Clara Johnson.
Paper. "The Influence of Mrs. Mary
Wood-Allen" Mrs. F. A. Wetherbee.
Piano duet, "Shower of Stars'
Misses Dorothy Lancaster and Sidney
WHAT ARE YOU
Every person should have
an ideal, a standard, a goal
of achievement toward which
he should constantly strive.
Place your earnings in our
Savings Department and use
all your efforts to accumulate
a fortune. A dollar starts
you, the rest is easy.
Pictures framed at the Ocala News
Company while you wait, and you
don't have to wait "a week or a month,
Is Performed for Its Customers bjr the Commercial Bank
Bank Service is useful to the firm and individual only so far
as it is able to meet their requirements for the convenient
transaction of business.
There is wide experience, capable management and ample
capital back of the Commercial Bank together with a thorough thoroughly
ly thoroughly organized system and a desire and willingness to counsel and
idvise with patrons.
to the business
on this bassis is both desirable and necessary
interests of Marion county.
IT IS TO YOUR ADVANTAGE TO DEAL WITH US
One ol the BIG ADVANTAGES in dealing with us is that in anything you
buy you can always be sure oi QUALITY.
One of the BIG ADVANTAGES in dealing with us is that in any anything
thing anything you buy you can always be sure of QUALITY.
It is our intention that every customer gets entire satisfaction. If
at any time you get anything of us that doesn't come up to your expec expectation,
tation, expectation, we ask you to send it back. This is one of our principles of doing
Of all the things that are GOOD TO EAT, and usually kept in a
first class grocery store, YOU WILL FIXD THEM HERE.
Our ROYAL SCARLET CANNED GOODS, and Chase & Sanborn's
SEAL BRAND COFFEE are among the QUALITY GOODS that we handle
and recommend to people who want THE BEST.
Among our late arrivals you will find:
IIKCKKK'S SELF HISIXG liFCKWllEAT
llKCKEirS OATMEAL AND PANCAKE FLOIII
BONELESS BREAKFAST BACON
AND PINEAPPLE CHEESE
A FI LL ASSORTMENT NATIONAL BISCUIT CO'S.
CAKES AND CRACKERS IN PACKAGES AND BULK
SWEET MIXED AND CUCUMBER PICKLES
SCHEDULE OF AMUSEMENTS
AT THE TEMPLE THIS SEASON
Manager Bennett has revised his li.-t
of the attractions which will be at the
Temple this autumn and winter.
25th, 26th, 27th, 28th 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.
5th The Private Secretary.
11th The Girl and the Tramp
13th Down in Dixie Minstrels.
14th Arrival of Kitty Co.
16th The Thief.
ISth The Smart Set.
19th The Lyman Twins.
26th, 27th Manhattan Opera Co.
29th The Night Rider Company.
1st Madame Sherry.
2nd Black Patti.
6th The Fighting Parson.
7th County Sheriff.
14th Coburn's Minstrels.
22nd Buster Brown.
14th John Larkins.
16th The Lion and the Mouse.
18th, 19th Mildred and Ueanderc.
Mrs. Susan A. Ellis
99 Oktawaha Ave.,
Instructor in Voice
Specializing in Correct
Placing of the Voice and
Proper Touch and Tec Tec-iiic
iiic Tec-iiic of the, Piano.
MONTEZUMA BARBER SHOP
W. F. BLESCH, Proprietor.
Business Men's Favorite Place Reop Reopened
ened Reopened by f Veteran.
CALL AND SEE IV M
Her Health and Strength Back
Again by The Use of Cardui.
PHI SIGMl NIGHT C1.SS
IV C.K IM lit AM) RITHMF.Tir
Three nights a week Monday. Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday and Thursday for boys and cirls
who cannot attend day school. Hours
from 7 to 9 p. m. $" for four weeks.
Taught by George C. Looney. School
room at 62 Fort King avenue. Ocala.
Florida. Direct, personal assistance to j
Synonyms for that esteemed patri patriarchal
archal patriarchal fringe commonly designated as
"whisker"" hnvv driven the Baltimore
Snn to this collection: Fire escape,
aboretum. pillovs. tidier tape, cyruses
swingers, trailers, antennae, frontis frontispiece,
piece, frontispiece, banner, tolstoys. wind shields.
Spanish m:s. pluj: cut, leased wires,
life net.-allleos. crape, weather vane,
caterpillars, ensign, spaghetti, hemp,
And to think that such a painstak painstaking
ing painstaking lexicographer should have omitted
lilacs, .ephyr wooers, pnzazzas and
spinach! Spokane Spokesman-Review.
Tampa, Fla. In a letter from this
City, Mrs. E. C. Corum writes: "I was
all weakened and worn out with wo'
manly troubles. My husband brought
me some Cardui as a tonic, and, from
the first day, it seemed to help.
I had almost lost my reason, but,
thanks to Cardui, I did not. Soon, I
felt and looked like a new woman. I
think the remedy is wonderful.
recommend it to my friends, for I have
received great benefit from it.
Cardui acts specifically on the weak
ened womanly organs, strengthening
the muscles and nerves, and building
them up to health.
It helps to refresh the worn-out ner
vous system and relieves the effects of
overwork, both mental and physical.
Fifty years' successful use fully
prove the merit of this purely vege
table, tonic remedy for -women.
In every coram unit', there live some
who have been benefited by Cardui.
The beneficial effects of this time
tested woman's remedy, soon show
themselves in many different ways.
V B TTrifm fo. I A.4vUnrv fleet.. Chatta.
nooea Meilcine Co" Chattanooca. Term., for Special
Instructions, and 64-race bock. "Home Treaiaunt
for Women," sent in p'.ain wrapper on request.
All who have pictures are taking
them to the Ocala News Co., to have
pleas- fji j
cMl- T j
l! Vis tin
We are eagerly watching for a chance to serve you, and if we ever have
the pleasure of doidg so, will do our best to please you. Give
us a trial for thirty days anyway.
2 PHONES, 16 AND 174
T Better and Worse.
A philosopher always knows
that the weather might be worse.
and a well balanced person often
X knows that it might be tetter.
? Chicago News.
Of More Importance.
Betty may not be very worldly wls&.
but she is practical. She knows enough
to take a common sense view of things
sentimental as well as material. So
when she listened to the proposal of
the young man she is fond of she
couldn't help saying what she did.
"If you reject me. Betty, dear," he
urged in a final appeal, "I shall never;
never love another. It will be the
"And if 1 accept you." she asked,
"does the same thing hold good?"
Mrs. flighupp What's the matter,
Mrs. Blase I'm sure I won't know
how to take care of little Emma after
next year. You see, she is seven now.
and 1 never bad a dog that lived over
Tnow have on display Two Beau Beautiful
tiful Beautiful Willow Plumes, which I offer at
the following prices:
27 Inches Long, 24 Inches Wide, $15.00
24 Inches Long, 24 Inches Wide, $12.50
I can get you any length, width, Ptyle or color of
Plume at Attractive Prices. Call and examine the
ones now on display..
MISS MARY AFFLECK
Commercial Bank Block - Orala, Florida
"Hiram." said the politician's wife,
"did you say we must economize?"
"Well, how would it do to move Into
one of those districts where votos cost
only a dollar apiece?" Washington
Mr. Tom Gary was showinir his
friends Saturday a very curious fruit. I
It was the result of the srovernmen:'?
attempt to produce an oransre that j
will stand cold. It was quite a fine- i
looKin? specimen, much like a Hart s
Tardiff, two larsrer, solid and with a
greenish yellow rind. So far as stand- ;
ins? cold is concerned, these orantres I
are a success, as they can be raided
far up in North Carolina, where the
mercury jroes down to zero. But they j
taste like lemons mildly flavored with j IOST A
soan, and so far the tree is available cropped ear
only as an ornament. The orange Mr.
Gary was showin was raised by a Mr.
Cook, who lives northeast of town.
"Why. what's the matter. ne'chbor7
"A beastly squirrel came aloug ani
ate us out of house and home." j
I is a fine family remedy,
OCALA LODGE NO. 280, B. P. O. E.
t Ocala Lodge No. 285, Benevolent .and
i Protective Order of Elks, meets sec sec-;
; sec-; ond and fourth Tuesday evenings in
'each month. Visiting brethren always
welcome. Edward Drake, E. R.
Louis F. Savarese, Sec'y.
-rimiie buii jo?: with j
and lor.'-r tail: weib- 4T.
pounds; white pot in forehead. Tvven-
ty dollars reward for hl. return to J. J
C. Knight. 10--6t j
Stop a cough, before It
develops somo thing1 more
la Tlie Remedy Tfaat
Does the Work.
It relieves coughing immedl
1 ... r-. r r. Vic
lungs, loosens phlegm and
ant to take and good
dren and adults.
Price 23o. 50c and Sl.OO,
Buy the sli
P3 five times
:e. It contains
as much as the 25c
Ci size, and you E--t with each bot
tle a Dr Ilerrick's Bod Pepper
Porous plaster for the chest.
Jar'iesF'.Baiird.Prop. St. Lou is, Mo.
3ou a o P re o m e o ea
No Real Necessity.
"They eloped, dldn t theyV
"Yes; it was considered an elope elopement,
ment, elopement, but the young man learned aft afterward
erward afterward that tbe girl's father furnished
the automobile." Chicago Tribune.
"Is be respectable?"
"Eminently so lie's never been In Indicted
dicted Indicted for anything less than stealing
a rai!ro;id."-Detroit Free Press.
No Trouble at All.
"Do you have any trouble in getting
"Oh. no: I got ten last month."
There are ivro Kinds or Chill Tonit
PLAXK'S AXI OTHERS
THE OLD RELIABLE PLANK'S
CHILL TONIC IS GUARANTEED
TO DRIVE OUT MALARIA, TO
CURE CHILLS. FEVER. COLDS
AND GRIP. YOUR MONEY BACK
IF IT DOES NOT. TWENTY-FIVE
AND FIFTY CENTS PER DOTTLE.
ASK YOUR DRUGGIST.
v o-vcoitniA lodgt: t. u. of a.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union of
America, rnaets in Yonge's Hall on the
second Ta.irsday evening of each
month. W. T. Gary. F. M-
Chas. K. 'sage, Secretary.
IlTl'LA LODGE SO. 22. I. O. O. F.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets everj
Make No IMasttalkoS
Ship to the Original Firm
. M. &l E. M. FROST
Oranoes, Grape Fruit, Pineapples, Vegetables
SOUTHERN SHIPPING NO. 50
319 Washington St., Corner Jay St., NEW YORK
REFERENCES: Aetna Na ional Bank, All Mercantile Agencies
Kindiv write for Stencil if needed
"DOES LOCATION AND EXPERIENCE COUNT?"
Tuesday at 8 p.
in Yonse's Hall
brethren always welcome.
J. C. Geiger, Noble Grand.
L. Colbert, Secretary.
TO 1 OW
IMI.K I I1KI) IN
; PAZO OINTMCXT f ill- to c nre any
I rase of ItrhLsu. Dlin-1. I'.lee.linsr or Pro-jtrurn-r
Plies in G to It .lavs. DOc.
cs aid Miles
I have a large shipment of fine Ten Tennessee
nessee Tennessee horses and mules for all purposes
at my yard on West Exposition Street,
in Ocala. This is the first shipment of
stock to the city this season and is un unusually
usually unusually fine. I am prepared to make
very attractive prices on the animals
and invite your inspection.
I have also a load of horses and mules
at Inverness, Citrus County, and another
at Wildwood, Sumter County, and will
be pleased to have the public call at
location that is the most convenient for
them, when in need of stock.
Hugh J. Nichols.
OCA-LA EVEX1XG STAR; moxdav, October 23, 1911
That at the prices we are
selling dry goods, not
another store in Ocala
should sell a yard of goods.
We have had many sales.
In fact, we were the origi originators
nators originators of these here, but
never have we had 'a sale
that the prices were as low
as thev are now. Read
our prices on goods which
you are familiar with and
then come and compare
the quality of the merchan merchandise.
dise. merchandise. Every yard of fabric
in our store is new and de dependable.
pendable. dependable. The Sale is now going on.
30-inch percales, light
dark colors, 12c values
Chambrays. all assorted
colors, 10c values at
Colored outing, flannels, fas
colors, Sc values at
Colored draperies, the latest
Fancy mercerized dress goods, all
colors, l'c values
American prints, absolutely
fast colors, Sc values at .
Rest grade checked homespun,
assorted colors, 9c values at
38-inch Mohair, assorted
colors, 7"c values at .
3G-inch fancy mohairs, as- HQ
sorted stripes, Coc values
Simpson's percales and calicoes
Sc values at
Outing flannels in all shades,
10c and 12c values at ..
The best dress ginghams made
in America. 12c values at
30-inch tweed, suitable for Qf
men's pants. 50c values at T'C
Persian silks, suitable for
waists, $1 values at ....
Satin Striped Poplins, the
latest, 30c values at ....
French Roman Stripe Madras
25c values at
Persian Figured Challies,
suitable for kimonas at
Heavy- Unbleached Drill. 10c
36-inch brown dress linens,
30c values at
Yard-wide Bleached Sheeting.
9c values at
Amoskeag apron girfchams, assorted
checks, 10 values
Galatea, the best cloth for
suitings, l."c values at .
Poplins, all colors and fancy
stripes, 2.c values at .
Shepherd plaid suitings, assorted
checks, 12c values
Pepperal bleached sheeting,
9-4, 30c value at
Unbleached sheeting, 9-4,
2."c values at
UO-inch White Linen, heavy,
?1.2o values at
Yard-wide Black Taffeta
Silk, $1.2." values for .
We are selling out
pletely in order to
business. We must
CIV Hi FXCZIXHKR,
Accurate Building Tlans. Blue Prints
and Specifications made. Lands Sur Surveyed
veyed Surveyed and Platted. Close Estimates
tiade on Erection of Buildings of any
character by contract or on commis commission
sion commission basis, vriie or consult me at
It.M. -7, Iloltler HlooW
OCALA - FLORIDA
Fancy Stripe Linen, nice for
suits, 2."c values for .
Yard-wide Unbleached Sheet Sheeting,
ing, Sheeting, Sc values at
39-inch .Unbleached Sea Island
Cotton, SYzC values, at ..
36-inch brown dress linen
linen weft) 25c values
Unbleached sheetings, full
width, 7c values at .
12-inch Bleached Pillow
Casing, 13c values at
Light Color Calicoes, 6c val values
ues values at
Biack and Blue Duck, 10c
Colored Dress Lawns, 5c values
Dotted suesine silk, worth
3oc, assorted colors, at .
Fancy summer silks, foulard
patterns, worth 75c, at.
Heavy silk finished corded
Repp, 50c values at
Mercerized Foulards, assort assorted
ed assorted patterns, 25c values at
Elektra Cloth. suitable for
children's dresses at
Fine White Dress Goods, 25c
Dress Linen, assorted colors,
20c values at
50-inch mohairs assorted
colors, 60c values at
52-inch broadcloths, assort assorted
ed assorted colors, $1.50 values at
Yard-wide Black Taffeta
Silk, $1 values for
Fancy dress ginghams
checks, 6c values 42C
Bleached sheeting, 7-S yard
wide, Sc values at
Good grade dress cheviots, 12c
Covert cloths, assorted fast
colors. 15c values at
Yard wide unbleached cheese
cloth, 5c values at
4 2-inch satin striped worsteds, all
wool, $1.50 values
32-inch worsteds, assorted
colors, 35c values at
34-inch "diagnol striped
serges, 75c values at . .
4-4 Bleached Sheeting, no
starch, 10c values at
quit corn-quit sell
M'lVER & MAG KAY
Undertakers and Emba liners
fine Caskets and Burial Robes
ALFRED E. OWEN, Funeral Dlrwlor.
AH Work Hone by
balmers and Fully
See II. A. Waterman hat uindoir.
K. of P. meet this evening.
Moose meci tomorrow ni
Elks meet tomorrow evening.
Odd Fellows meet Tuesday night
Rebekahs meet Wednesday night
Iloya.1 Arch meets Friday
Florida raised rye at Ocala Seed j
Mr. C. J. I'h ill
bury last night.
ips returned to Lees-
auil Kweatern. II. A.
Mr. Arthur Hardaker of Kathleen
was at the Ocala House Sunday.
Drink PLEZOL, the new drink.
It is healthful and invigorating
Mr. E. C. Rawls of Jacksonville wa wa-at
at wa-at the Ocala House Saturday night.
' milts. ni-tt.
II. A. Waterman.
oiltl pant and
Mr. M. O. Williams of Reddick was
at the Montezuma today
a shoe, siee II.
Mr. R. D. Harrison of Early
was at the Montezuma Sunday.
For indigestion or sour stomach use
Digestit at the Court Pharmacy.
Mr. E. II. Mote of Leesl.urt
town for a few hours today.
Southern njcenl for everything men
anil boys wear. II. A. nterman.
Dr. and Mrs. F. E. McClane returned
today from their visit to Clearwater.
If you want to find a gooa boarding
house at reasonable rates, call up the
A baby girl arrived yesterday
brighten the home of Mr. and Mrs.
BUGGY WANTED I want a
top buggy in good condition.
Arthur Masters of Live Oak, is
city for a few days, visiting his
in-law, Mrs. C. J. Phillips.
You can get anything r.om a post
card to an 18x22 photograph at Mills'
Mr. J. A. Murrell of
in town yesterday and
of the Ocala House,
today, a guest
Your kodak work can oe. finished
two to three days if you leave it
Messrs. John F. Thompson and M.
Williams of the A. C. L. made a v
to Gainesville yesterday.
OATS FOR KALE 2000 bushel?
seed oats. Apply to J. C. Howell,
The Orlando football team and their
friends put up at the Montezuma dur during
ing during their stay here.
You can get your pictures framed at
the Ocala News Compan and get them
Mr. F. M. Harp, formerly of Eureka,
now of Wauchula, was a guest of the
Montezuma last night.
WANTED A position as a cook in a
private family. Can furnish good ref reference.
erence. reference. Apply to Star office.
Messrs. Horace Mixon and John Y.
Allen of Gainesville were at the Ocala
FOR RENT A nice bedroom fur furnished.
nished. furnished. Two young men preferred.
Apply 12 Watula street.
II P. Newman and
of Boston were at the
A. W. B. Porter
Ocala House last
FOR REXT Two furnished rooms
suitable for light housekeeping. Apply
to 116 South Fond street. 10-12-12td
Mr. C. P. Moore of St. Petersburg
was in the city yesterday, a guest of
the Ocala House.
FOR HALE Large galvanized kitch kitchen
en kitchen sink, almost new, for sale cheap.
Call up phone 290. 10-18-6t
Mrs. C. D. Dunham and Miss Bobbie
Baldwin of Mcintosh were at the Mon Montezuma
tezuma Montezuma Sunday.
are happy drink PLEZOL.
are dry drink PLEZOL.
look for prosperity drink
Messrs. .1. K. Dickson of Melnto-h
and -T. T. McCarthy of Gainesville are
at the Ocala House.
it wnat you eat won't maKe you
smile, try a box of Diarestit and then
you can't help It. At the Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. Mr. Taylor Stroman is again with the
Southern Express Company in this
There are a number of handsome
new residences to be built in Ocala this
fall: in fact, building never ceases.
A good remedy for a bad cough is
BALLARD'S HOREHOUXD SYRUP. It
heals the lungs and quiets irritation.
Price 25c. 50c and $1 per bottle. Sold
by all druggists.
Saturday afternoon Mis Mary Har Harriet
riet Harriet Livingston entertained about
twenty of her young friends in cele celebration
bration celebration of her fifteenth bfrthdav.
Mr. Fred Lansforl came down from
fialnesrille yesterday to spend Sunday
with his brother. Mr. A. M. Lansford
We have sixteen Elgin and Waltham
watches. 21 jewels, f ully warranted to j
stand the most rigid railroad in-pec-
tion. that jewelers sell for it." each.!
We will sell them while the supplv j
lats at $20 each. Ocala Pawn and
Loan Co., west side square.
SCHEDULED FOR SATL'RD .Y
Another Ms? FMtball Game, Tbi Time
With the IIilllMro HIjeb
There will be another football game
next Saturday. The ILllsboro high
school team which has made iuite a
name on the
Florida gridiron?, will try
to add another laurel to its wreath by
pluckin? it from Ocala. Of course, our
boys have the opposite result in view,
and the same bids fair to be one to
Ti.e Star h -- a much larger crowd
be oi t at this ga me than the one
viewed the game of last Sarur Sarur-Ocala
Ocala Sarur-Ocala now has a very fine foot-
l.'ill team. the member. of which have
so far received very little public en-,-ourauemrnt.
They put up a fine game,
and its the most pleasant variety of
patriotism to turn out to see them
play. So. arrange your dates with a
view to -st-ein.u the same next Satur Saturday
day Saturday afternoon.
(il,II)I)KMTF WILL HE GREETED
At Live Oak lv Muslo from Ocala'n
The committee of Live Oak citizens
who are making arrangements for an
ovation t the Glidden tourists, have
accepted the terms of the Ocala band,
and telegraphed for it to be in Live
Oak Weln-silay raornini. The band band-men
men band-men will leave on the early Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday Seaboard train, and no matter
what they hear elsewhere the Star can
guarantee that the Gliddenites will be
regaled by some good music when they
reach Live Oak.
ALL IS WELL WITH DR. IZLAR
Dr. Arthur T. Izlar was operated on
in the hospital last night. The opera operation
tion operation was successful and he is doing
This is very good news to the doc doctor's
tor's doctor's friends, and hardly anyone realiz-
1 ed how many he had until these last
1 few days, when he has been on the
i border of the Valley of the Shadow.
Two other patients at the hospital.
Mrs. Dame and Mrs. Pope, are also do doing
ing doing well.
A HON.WTir WEDDING
Yon ne Couple from Fort McCoy Mar-
i rletl in the Ladies Parlor at
j Silver Springs
j Yesterday afternoon at 1 o'clock No No-I
I No-I tary Public .1. E. Bailey united in mar
riage at Silver Springs Mr. C. M. Star Starling
ling Starling and Miss I.ola Howard of Fort
McCoy. The young couple ran away to
married and Mr. Bailey happened
to be at the Sprin
the party aboard
about a hundred
s. Mr. Smoak took
his big boat with
visitors who were
present and ran the er:ft out over the
Ladies' Parlor, where the ceremony
THE LOST TRAIL AT THE TEMPLE
Of this first-class play, which will
be presented by Mabel Paige and her
company at the. Temple Wednesday
night, the Cordele. Ga., Rambler, says:
"Mabel Paige, a well known favorite
among local theater goers, who for
several seasons has toured the south,
starring in different plays, was greet greeted
ed greeted by a large audience last evening at
the Cordele Opera House in the open opening
ing opening production of the season at tins
place. "The Lost Trail," an entirely
new play plotted from practical pio pioneer
neer pioneer Western life, which, presented as
by Miss Paige and her strong support
of actors and actresses, depicts a most
interesting and entertaining story true
to human life and environments.
"The play was seemingly most high highly
ly highly enjoyed by all in attendance."
Prices, 25c, 35c, 50c and 75c. Tickets
now on sale at the Court Pharmacy.
SIX FULL REELS
Following is this evening's program
at the Temple:
Silenus and Cupid's Bow.
Xow Keep Smiling.
The Sheriff's Kid.
Three Maiden Aunts and a Man.
The Fourth Commandment.
A Lightning Marriage.
Tomorrow evening the doors will be
open at 5:30 and the pictures will be begin
gin begin at 6 o'clock, so you will have
plenty of time to see them before go going
ing going to the circus.
DR. J. V. HOOD'S TETiEPirO.VES
Lost, Saturday night, in the busi business
ness business section or at the Air Dome, a
small roll of bills containing one $10
three $5 and one $1 bill. Owner will
be liberally rewarded by returning to
W. W. Lancaster of Kamchatka was
at the Montezuma last night, Kam Kamchatka
chatka Kamchatka is the northeastern corner of
Asiatic Itussia. It juts out into the
ever frozen ocean, and the ground
doesn't thaw more than an inch or two,
even in July,
Dr. C. T. McClane with his wife and
daughter have arrived in the city and
will make Ocala their future home.
They have been residing at Roswell,
New Mexico, in the Pecos valley, for
the past ten year-!. Tr. McClane is not
a stranger to Ocala. He practiced here
one year twenty years ago. and will be
pleasantly remembered by our older
residents. Dr. McClane is a homeo homeo-pathist
pathist homeo-pathist of many years experience and
a most pleasing gentleman. His daugh daughter
ter daughter is a professional reader and eluco eluco-tionist
tionist eluco-tionist and will open a studio here in
a short time. The doctor is looking
for a suitable residence.
J. C. Meekins. Jr.. of Washington.
Geo. W. Hammond of Baltimore and E.
A. Duncan of Oklahoma City were a:
the Ocala House last night.
The Ocala News Company Is making
a hit with its picture frames.
STAFOLIFE DUHY FEED
Will I'ro.lu.e More Milk Than
Feed u tbp Market TJ Is
I p, I'buDr No. S
Y DEALERS f?
hay, grain, feed a A
I 3 OCALA. FLA. 1
r I Mixed Cars our Specialty. 1 I
V iA Ask Us for Prices BeforW. J
V Purchasing and Saw y
OCALA, 41; ORLANDO, O
Wa the eore at the Football Game
"atHrlay Hetween the Two
High School Team
No one need suppose from the fore foregoing
going foregoing score that Ocala had a walk walkover
over walkover in the game at the fair grounds
Saturday afternoon. The Orlando boys
were hardy and skillful and contested
every inch of ground. It was only by
resolute and skillful work that Ocala
The Ocala team consisted of Olaf
Ze-.valski. L. k.: pat Anderson. L. T.:
Raymond Bullock. R. G. ; Leslie Ander Anderson.
son. Anderson. C. : William Camp. R. G. : "General"
Woods. R. T. : Robert Clarkson. R. E. ;
Wiley Burford. R. H. ; Nick Fleckin Fleckin-stine.
stine. Fleckin-stine. L H. : Norton Davis. F. B. ; W. V.
Xewsom. Q. B.
Following are the names of the Or Orlando
lando Orlando eleven and their subs: D. A.
Cheney. Lucas Keller. Bruce Hand,
Frank Rolls. John Hand. Jus Abbega,
It. Passemore. Ed McQuaters. Reeves,
Dock Nicholson, Mussel white. James
Magruder, Kilgore. Snead and George
Bass. They were a fine-looking set of
There was not anywhere near as
large a crowd out as the occasion de demanded.
manded. demanded. There were about 25 autos
backed up. against the inside racetrack
fence, with an average of four to the
car. Beside the autos, there were six
or seven carriages, and perhaps 150
spectators on foot. We understand the
receipts were about 160. which was
very little appreciation for such a fine
What the crowd lacked In quantity,
it made up in quality. Over half the
autos and carriage occupants were la ladies,
dies, ladies, and a number of leading business
and professional men were present and
all were enthusiastic.
The game began at 3:30 and lasted
until dark. We copy the report of
the Banner's young sporting editor,
Frank Harris, as we do not see how
we could improve on it any. or even
equal it, as he is much better posted
on football than any member of the
"Orlando won the toss and chose to
kick to Ocala and to defend the south
goal, as they thought it was a little
nearer "home." Capt. Hunt kicked off
to Ocala and Cant. Davis received the
kick, returning the ball about fifteen
yards. When the whistle blew for the
end of the first quarter, Pat Anderson,
Ocala's crack tackle, had carried the
ball for a touchdown. Flecklnsteln
kicked goal. First quarter. Ocala 6;
"Orlando again kicked off. Davis
received the kick, returning it fifteen
yards. Davis and Ze.wads.ki complet completed
ed completed a beautiful forward pass for thirty thirty-five
five thirty-five yards, when Pat Anderson again
carried the ball over by a pretty 15 15-yard
yard 15-yard run. Fleckinstein missed goal,
the ball hitting the bar. Capt. Davis
made the third touchdone, and "Fleck"
kicked easy goal. Second quarter,
Ocala 17; Orlando 0.
"After ten minutes rest Davis kick
ed to Orlando. On two attempts to
gain Orlando found that Ocala's de defense
fense defense was like a stone wall and had to
kick. Before the whistle blew for the
first quarter Davis and P. Anderson
had made touchdowns. "Fleck" kick kicked
ed kicked both goals. Third quarter, Ocala
2 ft; Orlando. 0.
"In the last quarter "Fleck" was the
whole show, on several long end runs
he scored two touchdowns and kicked
both goals. The goal kicking and long
end runs of Fleckinstein were features,
while the punting and long runs of
from 10 to 30 yards by Davis wre
great. Both of Ocala's ends played
star ball, as did in fact the whole team,
both on offense and defense.
"At no time was Ocala's goal In dan
ger, for not once did Orlando gain her
distance, and during the whole game
did not make a total of ten yards, all
of which goes to show that Ocala was
very strong in her offense. Score.
Ocala 41; Orlando, 0."
BIG FIRE AT THE AIR DOME
Among the Air Dome subjects to tonight
night tonight will be one of a California oil
well on fire. It will be one of the most
realistic pictures ever seen.
The program is as follows:
Lost and Won. A picture of an oil
well on fire in California.
Shame on. Max. A Pathe comic that
is a side-splitter.
In the Days of '4.t. A pretty Bio Bio-graph
graph Bio-graph drama.
There was a big crowd Saturday
night, to see Othello and the other
subjects, which were all very good.
Mr. Carlos L. Sistrunk's numerous
friends were glad to welcome him
home Saturday. Mr. Sistrunk made a
long trip thru the West, visiting some
of the finest cities and most interest interesting
ing interesting points. On his way home he visit visited
ed visited relations in North Carolina for a
few days. He received great benefit
from his trip, is looking and feeling
well and can now balance the scales
with his brother, Henry.
Manny Tucker and Horace Green
broke into the store of Mr. O. G. Olin
at Kendrick Saturday night and stole
some merchandise. Mr. Olin telephoned
for Deputy Sheriff A. .1. Brigance. who
went out at once and caught one of
the thieves in the store while the other
one escaped, and when hunting for
him Mr. Brigance caught Wesley Scott,
who was wanted for escaping from
prison some time ago. Mr. Brigance
has them all in safe keeping a waiting
the return of the judge.
Serve PLEZOL to your ramny.
Serve PLEZOL to your friends.
When you are down town drink
Mr. Guy Toph has put another superb
graphophone in the Montezuma Hotel
office, and his appreciative guests keep
one or the other going nearly all the
time. Mr. Toph has a very large selec selection
tion selection of the best records, and putting
up at the Montezuma is as good as go going
ing going to crand opera.
Ladies' solid gold watches, Elgin
and Waltham movement. cases set
with diamond chips, worth $20. The
nicest present for the holiday time.
While the supply lasts we will sell
them for $14. ".9. The Ocala Pawn &
Loan Co., west side square.
Mr. L. S. Cleveland of Jacksonville,
a young man of pleasing address, is a
new arrival in the city and has a po position
sition position in the business office of the
Roess Lumber Company.
For the past few days a blind negro
has been playing a hand organ at the
Coast Line station. The music fce
turns out is about as rank to the cul cultured
tured cultured ear as the odor of fish fryinsr 5n
a darkey settlement is to a critical
nose. Nevertheless, the old fellow
reaps a fairly good crop of nickels and
pennies, and a reporter who watched
him awhile when waiting for a train
Saturday couldn't help noticing the
charity he received from his own race.
The platform was crowded with peo people,
ple, people, and while an occasional white per person
son person dropped something in the blind
m3n's cap. scarcely a negro in the
throng but what made a contribution.
IfalPK LDTTLE OfcSE
MD G WT NEED
fiVT IT I W IffiEiBKRIffi'
IF YOU WERE TO DIE TODAY WOULD YOU LEA YE BEHIND
HELPLESS LITTLE CHILDREN f THE ONE WAY TO KEEP THEM
FROM NEED IS TO SAVE PART OF THE MONEY YOU MAKE.
PLANT IT IN OUR BANK; IT WILL GROW.
WE WILL PTV YOU FOUR
MONEY YOU PUT IN OUR BANK
EVERY THREE MONTHS.
JNO. I EDWARDS.
2 - NIGHTS -
COMMENCING WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25th.
Special Engagement of
And her excellent Company presenting
"THE LOST TRAIL."
A Great Western Comedy Drama. A Bright
Breezy Army Story and
The Greatest Farce Comedy Ever Written.
Be sure and see the Great Ship Scene.
Special Scenery For Each Play.
New Specialties New Music New Songs
Prices: 25, 35, 50 and 75 cents.
Seats Now on Sale at Court Pharmacy.
Every lover of good music will be
glad that the opportunity is now offer offered
ed offered Ocala people to purchase high grade
pianos at factory prices, at home, and
to pay for them on easy terms if. de desired.
sired. desired. The Cable Company is the
greatest manufacturer of pianos and
organs in the world, and made the
world famous Mason & Hamlin, Con-
over, aoie. Kings miry ana otner
pianos noted for true and lasting qual quality.
ity. quality. Mr. J. Fred DeBerry is Ocala
manager and has retained Mr. J. G.
Thompson of Good water, Alabama, a
city salesman. Pianos and factory
prices are unusual, but the Cable Com Company
pany Company eliminate the middleman's profit,
and therefore have become the biggest
piano company in Florida. In Ocala
two or three splendid samples will be
kept at Weihe's popular jewelry store.
Dr. C. n.
Hulbert went down to
yesterday to visit
expects to return
Mr. Frank Reagan, an ex-citizen of
Ocala. now of Brooksville, was in the
city yesterday. He made the hurried
run up and back in hope of seeing Dr.
Izlar, at whose illness he is much
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Davidson and
son, Zack and Editor Bart Corley of
Leesburg were visiting their Ocala
friends yesterday. They came up in
nr. navidson's auto.
M. I. Reynolds and baby re re-from
from re-from their visit to Cotton
The little one was quite sick
they went away, but has recov-
Mr and Mrs. Geo. C. Pasteur and"
children went down to Stanton ye.
terday to visit Mr. Pasteur's parent
Col. H. M. Hampton and Judge
Josei-h Bell left yesterday for Quincy.
where they will spend several days at
Mrs. R. Ii. Carroll and daughter,
Merris, returned last night from Jack
sonville. where they spent a few days
with Mrs. Carroll's sister. Mrs. Ram-
saur. unon their return from the
Mr. W. A. Knight, who has been con
fined to his room for the nast four
weeks, came down to the store today
for the first time, though it will be
several davs before he can give much
attention to business. Mr. Knight ha-
a host of friends in Ocala who will be
glad to have him out with them again
Mr. and Mrs. F. Marlowe have re
turned to Ocala. and will occupy one of
Mrs. Fuller's cottages on South Tusca
Professor Gottlieb came home from
South Florida Saturday, to spend Sun
day with f his family. Mr. Gottlieb has
oranizel a fine Fraternal Union Lodge
Among the improvements at the A
C. L. station, one of the most wejeome
to the traveling public is the light3
The waiting rooms are much brighter
now than before, and a long row of
bulbs in the roof of the platform give
a welcome illumination to the people
getting off and on the night trains.
PER CENT INTEREST ON THE
AND COMPOUND THE INTEREST
CAMP. Vive Pre.
Fifteen hundred dollars wanted on
real estate for two years. Best of se security;
curity; security; close in; worth ten times the
amount of the loan. Address Box 164.
or inquire at this office.
EXCAVATING FOR NEW OARAGE
The work of excavating for the big
new garage on the It. L. Anderson cor corner
ner corner on North Magnolia street was
FOUNDATIONS ALL MADE
The foundations for Mr. R. S. Hall's
new brick office building on North
Main street are now well above the
ground and the walls of the building
will soon be well advanced.
Mr. ami Mrs. T. T. Munroe left to
day for a two weeks visit to Syracuse.
N. Y. Mr. Munroe says he hopes for a
sleighride before he returns.
Mr. W. D. Harmon and son of Ho-
mosassa were in town yesterday. Mr.
Harmon is an ex-treasurer of Citrus
Miss Mary Phillips, who had to re
turn home from school in Atlanta on
account of her eyes some days ago. Is
now able to be out without smoked
glasses, but is not able to read yet.
Mr. W. .1. Lohrig, formerly a resident
of this city, but now operating a saw sawmill
mill sawmill near Jacksonville, was in town.
yesterday and today.
Mr. B. A. Brannan. the Banner's ef
ficient night foreman, has returned
from a visit to his old home In Geor Georgia.
gia. Georgia. Mrs. D. S. Woodrow and daughter.
Miss Esther Weathers and Miss Onle
and Master Ed Chazal returned from
Mr. C. O. Harris received a telegram
today, announcing the death of his for former
mer former partner, Mr. M. L. Gilmer. Mr.
Harris left on the 1 o'clock train for
High Springs, to attend the funeral.
Dr. and Mrs. J. Walter Hood will go
to Live Oak tomorrow to meet the
Glidden tour. They will start In the
afternoon in their Hudson car and go
as far as Alachua, where they will
spend the night, and on to the meet
ing place next day. It is likely that a
number of Ocala cars will go up to
meet the Gliddenltes.
Judge Bell has issued a marriage
license to Mr. James Lovell and Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bailey of
Green Cove Springs, are in the city,
visiting Mrs. Bailey's mother. Mrs. Cora
Smith, and sisters.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Packham arrived
Saturday night from their summer
outing at Cape May Point. X. J. Mrs.
Packham 1? president of the Ocala W.
C. T. U. She will preside at tomorrow's
meeting and give the other ladies the
benefit of much important information
she gained on her summer trip.
One colored person for selling: beef
outside the city market, and four oth others
ers others for fighting, contributed $25 to the
city exchequer this morning.
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TICKETS ON SALE SHOW DAY AT
THE COURT PHARMACY
Wc have in out large store, 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 furnish-ings
ings furnish-ings that go with the line. Our stock of
hardware is complete and the tools materials,
and implements are of the best grades. We
carry the largest line of harness, wagons,
carriages, etc, of any house in the city. We
have a good lice of office supplies of all kinds.
Complete furniture for the kitchen and dining
room. We carry in stock every item the
builder or contractor needs.
SEE US BEFORE MAKING YOUR PURCHASES
"There's no sense In this none
whatever!" Coast spoke for the first
time in twenty minutes or so. "Where
in thunderation am I, anyhow?"
He stood in thought, pursing his
underllp between a thumb and fore forefinger,
finger, forefinger, wits alert to detect the clue to
his bearings that was denied him, for
all that the fog had thinned per perceptibly
ceptibly perceptibly within the last third of an
hour. This much he knew and no
more: that he was lost.
As from a great distance came the
muffled mourning of the blind dog.
Coast shivered. "I can't stand that,"
he said irritably, and plunged on in
Before him, presently, a wall
started up out of the mist-bound earth,
a low stone wall, grey where it was
not green with lichen, and ran off in inland,
land, inland, diverting the path to keep It
company. Some distance farther en
a second wall, counterpart of the oth other,
er, other, intersected it at right angles. Here
was a primitive stile. Coast climbed
over and continued, following the;
thinly-marked, tortuous trail across aj
wide expanse of rolling, semi- sterile.;
treeless upland, thickly webbed with j
other footways. i
Unexpectedly a rail fence sprang up j
across the path. Beyond it a company;
of indistinct blurs uncertainly shad-j
owed forth what he took, and whatj
the event proved, to be a farmhouse j
with outbuildings. i
Encouraged, Coast climbed the
fence and addressed himself to the
farmhouse, coming inevitably first to
its main entrance, the kitchen door;
which stood hospitably wide, reveal revealing
ing revealing an interior untenanted but warm
with recent use.
Coast did not enter, but moved
round toward the front of the house,
his footsteps noiseless on the sod.
By the corner he stopped as though
he had run against an invisible barrier.
Ten feet distant a woman stood In
the gateway of a fence of palings.
Half turned away from him and more,
so that only the rounded curves of
cheek and chin were visible, she
seemed absorbed in pensive medita meditation.
tion. meditation. One hand held the gate ajar,
the other touched her cheek with slen slender
der slender fingers. She was dressed plainly
to the verge of severity: a well-tailor
ed tweed skirt ending a trifle above
ankles protected by high tan boots;
a blouse of heavy white linen with a
deep sailor collar edged with blue
sleeves rolled wrell above the elbow,
revealing arms browned, graceful and
round; for her head no covering other
than its own heavy coils of bronze
shot with gold.
Coast was conscious of a tightening
in his throat producing a feeling of
suffocation, of a throbbing in his tem temples
ples temples like the throbbing of a muffled
drum. In a trice he had forgotten
everything that had passed up to that
moment; even the haunting thought
of the murdered man dropped out of
his consciousness; he was unable to
entertain the faintest shadow of a
thought that did not center about this
woman, not a line of whose gracious
pose, not a tress of whose matchless
hair, not a tint of whose wonderful
coloring but was more intimate to his
memory than his own features.
She was she had been Katherine
u. i. Knw.uij 1
Plume 10S -New City Market.
Wo now have a plenty of
OCALA SEED STORE
Mrs. Alice Reed write? of much in interest
terest interest "beine taken by Veir.lale worker.--
in their convention soon coming-.
Mr. Stanley Kitching is president of
the larae union society of Stuart.
Southeastern district. We hope that
section of the state union will have a
convention or rally before the year
ends. April 1st.
Coriial jrreetinss have come from
Mrs. Will H. Moor, recording secretary
of the Georiria union and a most ar ardent
dent ardent Kndeavorer. She says that prison
work is (-Mel anion ar lead me activi
ties m tneir union. Here in Florida
ve sern to do nothine in this way
vitii the exception of Kissimmee, De-
Funiak Springs ar.d a very few other
The near approachintr conventions
nave now deeij.,' on the rollowsne
lates. a slight change heine made to
accommodate some of tne entertamme I
friends. Please notice when your own)
invention comes and do all you can
to make it the V-st ever held in your
Southwestern, in Lakeland. Oct. 20 20-2'nd.
Lake and Sumter, at Weirsdale. Ma Marion
rion Marion county. Oct. 27-2:th.
Oranue and Osceola district holds at
St. Cloud. Nov. .W.th.
Northeastern, in St. Ausrustine. Nov.
It is expected that Fast Central dis district
trict district has its annual meet ins about
Nov. 10-12th. r.ut as the president,
Ilev. C. N. Krook has just returned to
Lake IL-p-n from the north, where he
and family spent the summer, there has
been some necessary delay in jrettine
Postal card "showers" pleasantly re reminded
minded reminded the Florida C. F. secretary
that in the recent conventions of Ver Vermont
mont Vermont and New Hampshire there were
thoughtful Fndeavorers with kind
Cheerful crreetinprs have come from
President F.laekman of Pollins Colle.ee,
who hopes to attend the St. Cloud con convention
vention convention if possible.
Fast Coast Conp:resrational Assoeia- j
tion convenes in the church of which i
Rev. W. II. Tillman is pastor at New ;
Smyrna. Nov. 13-17. closing: in time I
for all who wish, and we hope that will j
he many, can eet to St. Aueustine f or j
the convention openinsr session on Fri- j
day evening. Nov. 17th.
The International Convention is
foundation for the program at Weirs-
dale and many eood thines of Atlantic
f"ity, will thus be priven to Florida del-
elates who attend and participate in
this annual meetin.e of Take and Sum- I
Rev. Neil McQuarrie. the "Florida
Navy" evaneelist in waters near the ;
east coast, will be el ad to receive any
j contributions for this "jrospe! seed":
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We can supply you with pure ice for
all purposes, whether your require requirements
ments requirements are for home use or for a car carload,
load, carload, riace your orders with us.
OCALA ICr. & PACKIXG CO..
sowine which he is trying to do. Some
one to assist him- in the services held
on tiie boat is needed, but 'the finances
to make it possible to have this help
have not been furnished Mr. McQuar McQuarrie
rie McQuarrie in necessary amount. Fspeeially
should the Christian people of the east eastern
ern eastern part of our state be elad to aid Jn
their riaht-at-home opportunity for
benevolent fjivintr to a worthy cause.
Grace A. Townsend.
Interlachen, Fla., Oct. 16, 1911.
WHITE STAR TRANSFER CO.
COLLIER RROS., PROPRIETORS
Baggage, Freight, Pianos, Furniture
and Safes a Specialty. Careful and
Prompt Attention Gien All Orders.
WE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE
mi rr rSU Et I -
,IMF.S C. DAIILMAV,
TOWnOY" M AA'Oll OF OM AH A,
"THIJOWS TIIF. L.VniAT-
Mayor Jas. C. Dahlman started his
career as a cowboy, and is at present
mayor of Omaha, and has the follow following
ing following record: Sheriff of Dawes county,
Neb., three terms; mayor of C'nadron,
eieht years; mayor of Omaha six
years, and in 1910 candidate for" gov governor
ernor governor of Nebraska. Writing to Foley
& Co., Chicago, he says: "I have tak taken
en taken Foley Kidney Pills and they have
given me a great deal of relief so I
cheerfully recommend them." Yours
truly, (signed) James C. Dahlman. For
sale at the Court Pharmacy.
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates Made on All Con
tract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
SCHEDULE TO ORANGE SPRINGS
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, .S2.."0 Upwards
European Plan, 81.00 Upwards
Mayor John D. Robertson.
Recorder L. T. Izlar.
Assistant Recorder H. if. Hampton.
President of Council H. C. Jones.
President Pro Tern 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 II. C. Jones.
G A. Carmichael.
Alderman-at-Large W. P. Edwards
Committees of the Council
Market G. A. Carmichael, L. J.
Knight, R. R. Carroll.
Sanitary E. T. Helvenston, W. P.
Edwards, H. A. Fausett.
Street R. R. Carroll, G. A. Carmi Carmichael,
chael, Carmichael, J. H. Taylor.
Cemetery E. T. Helvenston, H. A.
Fausett. H. C. Jones.
Building H. C. Jones, H. A. Fausett,
G. A. Carmichael.
Fire II A. Fausett, C. R. Tydings,
R. R. Carroll.
Police W. P. Edwards, J. H. Taylor,
C J. Knight.
Finance C. R. Tydings, J. II. Taylor.
E. T. Helvenston.
Judiciary L. J. Knight, C. R. Ty Tydings,
dings, Tydings, W. P. Edwards.
Light and Water J. H. Taylor. C. R
Tydings, H. C. Jones.
The Ocala Northern Railroad Com Company
pany Company began operating through
trains to Itav Lake. Orange Springs
and Kenwood on Thursday. September I Send for Largo Colored Map of New
114th. Train leaves Ocala 7 a. m. in
stead of 8 a. m. as formerly and will
make one round trip daily to these
points except on Sundays, when two J
round trips will be mad. Sunday;
DAN C. WEBB, Proprietor
You are not experimenting on your yourself
self yourself when you take Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy for a cold as that prep preparation
aration preparation has won its great reputation
and extensive saJe 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 tc young children with implicit
confidence as it contains no harmful
drjg. Sold by all dealers.
trains will leave Ocala 8 a. m.
p. m. i nta runner r.ot:ee Tickets:
will be sold to all stations except S:l- j
ver Springs at rate of one fare for Moderate
the round trip. Sunday rates between i
Ocala and Silver Springs will be 25
cents for the round trip. All tickets'
limited to day of sale. Now get youi
baskets ready and spend a pleasant
day at the famous resort of Orange
Springs, one of the most delightful
places for an outing or recreation h
the South. S. P. Hollinrake, Supt.
AGENTS WANTED First class for
this and surrounding counties, for the
"New Standard Census Atlas of
the World" Agents make JlO'tO S60
j per week. Best of terms. Also agents
i for low-priced, easy selling juvenile
and holiday books. Combination out out-i
i out-i fit -postpaid only 20c. 50 per cent com-
ar.d 3 ; Tile Only New York Hotel Featuring j mission to agents. Full particulars
Prices. Excellent Food.
free. Address A. B. Kuhlman, pub publisher.
lisher. publisher. 136 West Lake St., Chicago, 111.
Foley Kidney Pi!
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.
A full assortment of the best picture
s.VVF.I) HIS MOTHER'S LIFE
r doctors ha g:v g:v-Mrs.
Mrs. g:v-Mrs. Laura Gain3?.
JUST ASK YOUR WIFE
IF SHE WOULDN'T
LIKE TO HAVE
A NEW RANGE?
SHE'LL LIKE THE KIND WE SELL. COME SEE.
IMaipfioo Hardware Co.
La., "and my chilir
were looking for rr.
'son insisted that I
! ters. I did s and
; a world of g ood I
jthem." Electric BH
j Messinar to women t
intr an. I dizzy spell
ache, vrcakri'-ss. u--or
s a i n n e w h o a 1th. s
ey refunded. Only
f A v oca.
i;e. waon my
:ave done me
.s a priceless
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BLADDER and all annoying URINAR1
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West Ft. King
. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY
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Boys from eight to fourteen years received, and carefully trained on
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tories, dormitories, dining hall and recreation rooms.
APPLY FOR PROSPECTUS TO THE SISTER SUPERIOR.
ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY, LOKETTO, FLORIDA.
When in Need of
Write or Call on
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Estimates Furnished on Work in Any Part of the State
WE ISSUE COUPONS ON THE FREE PIANO CONTEST.
ASK FOR THEM. PHONE 26
25 1-2 S. Main St. Ocala, Florida
THIS SEAL STANDS FOR
quality, and ia stamped on everything
you buy here. Always on hand a full
line of Buggies. Carriages. Wagons.
Automobiles, Harness and Leather
Goods and all kinds of up-to-date
Farming Machinery. Everything that
wears wheels, made of-leather or goes
to make farming a pleasure. Call -on
us when in need we will eliminate
KNIGHT & LANG,
OCALA - FLORIDA
JACKSONVILIE S FINEST and FLORIDA'S
LARGEST and BEST YEAR ROUND HOTEL
Rates Reasonable American Plan
THOMAS M. WILSON.
back j? one of the most com
mon forms of
iseular rheumatism. A
to ?itL?fy or
.-"tc a: Ty,i;
: r. c . t-1
w ini& a a vr u.. w L.vu.i tw "nr t W -11
MIDDLE AGED and ELDE RLY j dealers.
PEOPLE ud for WOMEN.
HAVE HIGHEST RECOMMENDATION
ion? of Chamberlain's Lin Lin-five
five Lin-five relief. For sale by all
1000 bushels of Texas He.1
Proof Oats. Ocala Seed Store.
When in Jacksonville stop with Mrs.
E. L, Maloney, at the Girard, No. 11
8. A. Dari,. 627 ashiatcn St.. Cotmer-rill. East Duval, just off Main. Best .oe
lad., is in Lis &5h year. Hewritnu: -I have i room :z. tie cuy.
lately suSfred tarsch from rr;y kidnevc and b!ad- ;
der I had lexers back aci sadn ykidayv action r ,
as too fre-inetit. can-ir- me to ie mcrh ?lsp exp-...r, ana v. ..en 5 -a xeei
.t eight, nd in my Ha-ioer thre was constant a coil corr.ir.z on. tike Foley's Honey
pain. I took Foley Ki ioey I'i;:s for me time, j anj Tar Compour.-l. It checks an.l re re-nd
nd re-nd am now free of a tracse and again able to .
be cp aodaronnd. Fo!-v kidney Pili Ut mt j L-e no uostitute. The gc-n-
aJcaest reeoicise&dauuu. j ume in a yellow paoK,ge a i ways, fcoia
FOR SALE DY COI HT PHARMACY j by the Court
na rmac v.
CONFEDERATE VETERANS REUNION
ORLANDO, FLA., OCTOBER 25-26, 1911
Will sell Round Trip Tickets at the rate of One- -Cent
Per Mile traveled. Pins 25 Cents. Tickets
sold Cel. 23rd to 25th, inclusive. Limit Oct. 28th.
For Reservations or Information, call on nearest Atlantic
Coast Line Ticket Agent or write
Y. R. BEAZLEY, T. P. A., J. G. KIBKLAND, D. P.