The Ocala evening star


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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
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Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )


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

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VOL. 20.
NO. 115


For World's Scries Between Ci'iants
and .tliletirs, Whieh Refill
Tomorrow f ternoon
New York, Oct. C. Every one of
a multitude of details of the cam cam-paign
paign cam-paign of 191:; between the Xew York
Nationals and the Phila lelphia Am Americans
ericans Americans for the world's baseball
championship has been prearranged.
Here are the chief plans:
Time, Oct. 7. and daily thereafter,
except Sunday, until one club shall
have won four games.
Place. Polo Grounds. Xew York.
Shibe Park. Philadelphia.
First game to be playei in Xew
York, the games thereafter to alter alternate
nate alternate between Phila lelphia an 1 Xew
Tie games to Le played off the
next day in the other city from that
in which the tie occurrel. Thus, if
the first game in Xew York were to
result in a fie the game would be
played off in Philadelphia the next
day, Oct. S.
Time of games. 2 o'clock.
Cmpires for series, William Klem
and Charles Rigler of the Xational
League; Thomas H. Connolly and
John J. Egan of the American
Number of players eligible. t:tn-ty-five
on each team.
Names of KIi;ihie Players
Xew York: Hums, Cooper. Cran Cran-dall,
dall, Cran-dall, Doyle, Demaree, Fletcher,
Fromme, Grant, Hc-rzog, Hartley,
Marquard, Wiltze, .Mathewson, Mur Murray,
ray, Murray, Meyers, McLean. Merkle. Rob Robinson,
inson, Robinson, MeCormick, Sharer, Sno l l-grass,
grass, l-grass, Thorpe, Tesreau. Wilson.
Philadelphia: Schang, Lapp, Ben Bender,
der, Bender, Thomas. Plank, Coombs, Houck,
Brown. Shawkey. Pennock. Bush.
Wykoff, Mclnnis, Collins, Barry, Ba Baker,
ker, Baker, Orr, Davis. Lavan, Oldring,
Strunk, F. Murphy. D. Murphy.
Walsh. Daley.
In the event of a seventh game
being necessary the city for holding
it will be determine 1 by the toss of
a coin. !n case a game is postponed
on account of rain or if for some
other cause a legal game is not play played
ed played the teams will remain in the city
where the postponement occurred
until a legal game is played. This
docs not, of coarse. apply to fie
Line-l'ii of Athletics and Giants is
About the Same as in
Xew York, Oct. '. Veterans of
the memorable struggle between the
Giants and Athletics for the world's
championship of 1911 which the
Athletics won by four games to two
will form the backbone of the two
teams when they face each other
again in a world's series tomorrow.
Of the fourteen Athletics who
went on the diamond in the world's
series games of 1911. thirteen are in
the list of twenty-five which Con Connie
nie Connie Mack has prepared as eligible for
the forthcoming games. Lord is the
only man who played in 1911 who
will not play on Philadelphia's team
this year. Twelve of the fifteen
players who fought for Xew York in
1911 will fight for it again in 1923.
The absentees are Ames and Devore.
traded to Cincinnati, and Becker, re-


II for other things if you decide to buy one of our $8.50 suits instead of paying $12.50 to $15. You'll get the same &f
II things you pay other stores for fit, quality of materials, good tailoring, correct style; they're all in our $8.50
II SUITS. You needn't believe it simply because you read it here; see the cloths themselves; then you'll realize j
If that your tailor can't give you anything better.
8 GO LDM A N---bt Why jTiy Xloi-o-?99 f
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i leased. The world's series of 1913
will, therefore, be. in large measure.!
'a contest between the same men who
'engage J in the series of 1911.
Says e Will Ask for Laws to lie
strain Railroad F.mployes
from Striking
Boston, Oct. 3. Shoul 1 a strike
of engineers and firemen on the Xew
York, Xew Haven and Hartford!
Railroad be ordered. Gov. Foss will J
ask for a special session of the Mas-
sachusetts legislature to enact laws'
to prohibit all strikes of the railway
employees within the commonwealth.!
That is a declaration contained in ai
letter which the governor sent last!
night to officers of the Brotherhood j
of Locomotive Fngineers and the, rhood of Locomotive Firemen!
,.n I Fnginemen at Xew Haven. Ct. (
!ii KiliT Till: 1MV A XKW BIKK
Wahinton Messenger Hoy le-
friended by President
i Washington, Oct. While Pres-i
idem Wilson was motoring through
i he southeastern section of the city
cany last night returning to the
White House irom a long ride thru
niu'vaii, his automobile struck
j Robert Crawford, a 13-year-old mes-
n.;er boy. slightl bruised him
:a!io.:i the knees.
"1 he boy was rik'ng a bicycle and
trying to dodge stones being hurled
at him by another youngster when he
suddenly swerved directly in front of
the president's car. Chauffeur Fran
cis Robinson iuickly stopped the car
iTefore the wheels could pass ovei
the boy.
The president, who was riding in
she front teat with the chauffeur, in
an in.-tant was at the boy's side, lift lift-in?
in? lift-in? him while the secret service men
disentangled the demolished bicycle.
Crawford's principal solicitation was
his wheel.
"My wheel, my wheel." he whimp whimpered,
ered, whimpered, "ill have to carry the mes message.;
sage.; message.; now."
The president promptly assured!
Ii i in that he would buy him "a nicej
new wneel. and directed Dr. Gray Grayson
son Grayson constantly to attend him. The
boy was taken in the secret service
automobile to a hospital at which his
mother is employed.
Washington. Oct. President
vVilscn has appointed the commit committee
tee committee which will present the United
Stales at the conference for safety
;u sea. growing out of the Titanic
accident, to be held at London. Nov.
12. 191.1. It will include Senator
Fletcher of Florida and Homer L.
Ferguson, of North Carolina, gen
eral manager Xewport Xevvs Ship Shipbuilding
building Shipbuilding Drydock Company.
coxcoriha lodge f. u. of a.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal L'nion j
of America, meets in Yonge's Hall i
on the second Thursday evening of;
each month. Geo. L. Taylor, F.M. J
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad ;
Foit King Camp Xo. 14 meets in
Yonge's Hall at S p. m. eery second
Friday. Visiting sovereigns always
welcome. J. F. Thompson, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clek. Ad
Xext meeting Friday night, Oct. 10.
Fresh oysters daily, "any style."
.Merchant's Cafe, J. R. Dewey. lO-3-tf



I'nderwftod Tariff Bill i Pu.Iing th
Trea-ury Department
Washington, Oct. i. Officials of
the treasury department are at a
loss to know what Congress meant
by provision of the new tariff law al allowing
lowing allowing a ." per cent reduction of du duties
ties duties on goods imported in Ameri American
can American ships, with the condition that
the differential should not be con construed
strued construed to abrogate or impair any ex existing
isting existing treaty betwetn the I'niteJ
States and a foreign nation.
Literally interpreted, it is declar declared,
ed, declared, the provision would give a 3 per
cent, decrea.-e to goods in Ameri America
ca America ti vessels and automatically grant
, he same privileges to ships of the
:::any nations who.-e treaties with
ihe I'nite 1 States guarantee no dis dis-riminatiuu
riminatiuu dis-riminatiuu between their vessels
those of America.
This construction probably wo. ill
involve ten millions in revenue for
"he gov em.nent. creating a deficit
Instead of a surplus as estimated by
the tariff trainers. The question un un-Icubte
Icubte un-Icubte lly will be referred Jo Pres President.
ident. President. Wilson an 1 Att rney General
McReynoMs and ultimately will
reach the Fnited States supreme
.oar!. The state an 1 treasury de departments
partments departments are in consultation over
the effect of the provision, th? tir.-t
tMg struck in the new 'aw.
Another Seismic Shiver Saturday
Agitated the Isthmus
Panama, Oct. Another earth earthquake
quake earthquake occurred on the isthmus at
3: of, o'clock yesterday afternoon. It
as almost equal in intensity to the
shock of Wednesday night, its dura duration
tion duration being Irom ten to fifteen sec seconds.
onds. seconds. Buildings were severely shaken.
' u r apparently no damage was done
c.eyond the tailing of plaster atid the
opening of slight fissures in a few
structures. Reports from the canal
zone indicate that neither the locks
nor any part of the canal suffered in
any degree.
i:xri:DHTo of ni ts i
Thirty-Three Governors Say They
WOuidn't Want Harry Thaw
Concord, X. H.. Oct. Supple Supplementary
mentary Supplementary briefs objecting to the ex extradition
tradition extradition of Harry Thaw were filed
with Governor Feiker yesterday aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. With the briefs were sub sub-mittei
mittei sub-mittei telegrams from governors of
thirty-three states, all of whom said
they had no knowledge of a request j
ever hav ing been ma le in their state j
i'or the extradition of a lunatic.
Gamhoa Dike is Loaded to lt Go.
Time, i O'clock
Panama. Oct. f. The time for
blowing up the Gam boa dike has
teen officially fixed at o'clock on
the nrjr.iing of October H.
Washington. Oct. 5. Securing the
attendance of a voting quorum by a
narrow margin, the Senate yester yesterday
day yesterday passed the urgent deficiency ap-

propriation bill carrying the amend amendment
ment amendment abolishing the commerce court.
An amendment retaining the five
commerce court judges on the circuit
bench until they resign or retire,:
was added, however, during a fili filibuster
buster filibuster by supporters of the court.

Atlantic Coast Line Special Kates to
Marion County Fair
On Nov. 25 to 2 8, the Atlantic
Coast Line will sell round trip tick tickets
ets tickets to Ocala as rates quoted below:
Archer $1.S3
Altoona 1.95
Alachua 1.95
Boardman .S3
Brooksville 2.43
Branford 2. S3
Croom 2.00
Center Hill 1.70
Candler f.3
Citronelle L.'IU
Crystal 1.3u
Citra .80
Dunnellon 1.03
Dale City 2.05
Edgar 1.70
Fvinston .9 0
Fusiis 1.5H
Floral City 1.S0
Fort White 2.4 5
Gainesville 1.45
Grand Island 1.00
Hague l.sO
Hernando 3 1 '.
Hawthorne 1.13
Homosassa 1.75
High Springs 2.15
Holder 1.25
'nverne 1.0'
li.terla.hcn 1.S5
Juliette 90
Kenririck . . .;J'.
Li 1: sen 1.55
Leesburg 1.25 Lake . . 1.0 5
Lowell .'
Lake City 2. SO
Mont brook 1.40
Martin .50
Mcintosh S3
McAlpine L20
Martel 50
v'orrisron 1.25
Ml. Dora' 2.05
.Mi canopy 1.10
Newberry 2.15
Orange Lake SO
Okahumpka 1.4 5
Oklawaha 70
O'Brien 3.00
Palatka 2. S3
Fine Mount M.UO
Reddick .05
Rochelie 1.20
Sanforl 2.75
Sorrento 2.2 0
Tavares l.r.O
Trilby 2.05
Umatilla 1.S0
Weirsdale 90
Webster 1.S5
U illiston .'. . 1.50
Return Limit: November 29th.
(up to and including this date.)
Fares for Children: Tickets for
the transportation of children five
years of age and under twelve, may
be sold at one-half the above fares,
sufficient to be added to make total
fare end in naught or five. Each
coupon of each such ticket to be
plainly marked, stamped or punched
"V2" E. M. NORTH.
Asst. Gen. Passenger Agent.
Gen." Passenger Agent.
The Merchant's Cafe is a first class
place to take your meals. Open night
and day. J. R. Dewey, proprie proprietor.
tor. proprietor. 2-2 8-tf
A lot of new Hart, Schaffner &
Mark suits just in at Waterman's.
They're the very latest designs.
Come and look then over. 9-22-tf

Lncile Singleton Confessed that Her
Charges Against Him
Were Lies
Xew York, Oct. 5. Hermann
Oelrichs, millionaire student at Col Col-lumbia
lumbia Col-lumbia University was discharged in
police court yesterday when arraign arraigned
ed arraigned on the charge of stabbing Lucille
Singleton, daughter of a Texas mine
The case against Oelrichs was dis dismissed
missed dismissed at the request of District At Attorney
torney Attorney James O'Mally, to whom Miss
Singleton confessed that there was
no basis for her previous story that
Oelrichs stabbed "her.
Idea .f the l'nion of Atlantic and
Pacific Waters is Erroneous j
Washington, Oct. The war de de-;
; de-; artment has issued a statement,
collecting the impression that the
MiCning of the Panama canal will
: uc an actual union of the waters'
)i '.he Atlantic an 1 Pacific oceans.'
'1 he :.ei art:n-;nt explained tat Gatun
Lai?, midway of the cnal, is ele-i
r.ted eighty-five feet above the!
ceflns. Fresh water from this lake
merely flows each way to the two;
oceans. So far as the canal is con concern
cern concern e I, the Atlantic and the Pacific
ill r.ev er mingle.
C;nf( deraU Officer Henewed War-'
time Acquaintance Across
the Continent
CameswKe. Ga., Oct. 5. Miss L.j
A. Norrell of Gainesville, Ga., wasj
Instrumental in bringing together inj
friendship after fifty years two sol soldiers
diers soldiers or the- civil war. Chancing to
see a notice in the "Confederate Vet Veteran"
eran" Veteran" about a Union soldier living in
Lcs Angeles, who wished to learn
some news ot a young Confederate!
captain who had befriended him dur-j
ing the war when he was wounded
at the battle of Franklin, Tenn., she I
had a clue to the whereabouts of thej
Confederate captain and wrote to!
General A. J. West of Atlanta. Herj
.surmise was confirmed. He proved
to be the hero of the incident. Mr. j
Walter R. Saage was the Union sol-!
dier. 1
Editor's Xote Miss Xorrell who
! is now operator for the Postal Tele-
! .strap h Company in Gainesville, Ga..!
; was operator for the Western Union
in Ocala in 1891. Some years be-

! fore that time, when she was a lit-ji:20 P- m. C. B. Connor, H. P.
, tie girl, she was the next door neigh- j Jake Brown, Secretary.' Ad
her of ihe editor of the Star at herj
j childhood home near Augusta. Ga. tc.LA LODGE NO. 20, II. 1 O. E

The following by "Walt Mason."
expresses what the majority of the
American people think of William
Travers Jerome:
Jerome, his gripsacks stuffel with
law. keeps on the trail of Harry
Thaw. Whenever Harry flees the
eeop. Jerome lets oat a mightv
whoop, and chucks some statutes in
his grip, and gees upon a flying trip
Xo other aim in life has he than
just to chase poor Harry T. and leg legislate
islate legislate him to jail whenever he has
hit the trail. When Thaw is safe in
dc.njon keep. Jerome drops out and
goes to sleep, remaining torpid in hi?
den till Harry Thaw cuts loose
again. We never hear of Bill Jer-

ome at other times he stays at
home; of neither good nor ill report,
he cuts no ice in camp or court. One
aim alone in life is his to rip
around and make things whiz, and
sj.ring law to a fare you well when Harry jumps his cell. The most
ci us must toil and plan, and bear
.he ancient curse of man, to gain the
things we eat and ewar, the mid midnight
night midnight couch, the evening chair, and
dreary is the path we went with lit little
tle little largess in the end. But this
Jerome, who does not toil, who does
not burn the midnight oil, who- does
not reap or thresh the straw, but
merely chases Harry Thaw, in royal
purple he is dressed." and has large
diamonds on his chest. Our toil is
all of small avail! Let's quit, and
camp on Harry's trail!


lU'ttK.eratic House Majority Leader
Will he Senator from
Washington, Oct. 5. Representa
tive Oscar Underwood, majority lead leader
er leader in the House, late today issued a
formal statement announcing his
candidacy for the United States Sen Senate
ate Senate from Alabama to succeed the
late Joseph Johnson.
Notice is hereby given that a spe spe-ia
ia spe-ia i election is hereby called for the
urpose of electing a councilman
ioa war I two. city of Ocala, to fill
he unexpired term of Dr. J. W.
I co. I, resigne I. Said election will
e hell at the city hall on the 7th
ay 0: October, A. D. 1913.
2 hcrby appoint Frank Harris, Jr.,
1. li. Whetstone and Chas. IL Math Math-as
as Math-as inspectors, ani E. E. Robi-i-(
n as clerk of sai I eleetien.
in witness whereof 1 have hsreun hsreun-o
o hsreun-o st't my ban 1 as mayc: of the city
:if Ocaia. this the 2Jst day of August.
A. D. 1913. J. D. Robertson,
Attest: Mayor.
H. C. Sistrunk, Citj Clerk.
Absolutely the best. No condensed
milk .used. Pint 25 cents, quart 4 0
cents, gallon, packed, $1.50. Deliv Delivered
ered Delivered to any part of the city.
N. B. Orders for gallons and ovei
tnust be booked not less than four
hottrs before delivery. Any flavor
can be furnished in gallons or more,
."anila and chocolate always on hand.
' The Store Accommo lating." Phone
2G9. 9-29-tf v
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter Xo. 13, R. A. M., on the
ourth Friday in every month at
Ocala Lodge, Xo. 286, Benovelent
ind Protective Order of Elks, meJts
he second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. .Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren a' ways welcome.
Chas. W. Hunter. E. R.
Joseph Bell, Secretary. Ad.
A dark iron gray filly, medium
-;ze. one hind hoof white; was tak taker
er taker from the hitching rack in front
Cam's Seed Store Saturday eve evening.
ning. evening. A suitable reward will be giv given
en given for information or the return of
-ame to Jake Rainey, Martel. 9-29-6t
The Hart, Schaffner & Marx ready
j wear clothing need no introduc introduction
tion introduction in Ocala. Waterman is exclus exclusive
ive exclusive agent for this superior lint 9-22






K. of P. meet this 'evening.

Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.

Council meets tomorrpvy eveping.
Board of Trade Wednesday night.

Moose meet Thursday evening.

Th" Star has arrange 1 with the
I'nited Press Associations for direct
r; -i-s of the World's Series every
afiernoon while the sanies are in
progress. Full details of the ar

rangements for the games with por-

F. U. of A. meets Thursday night.

Woodmen meet Friday evening.
Mr. O. B. Howse is home from a
brief visit to Orlando.

Fresh oysters daily, "any style."
Merchant's Cafer J. R. Dewey. 10-3-0t

A woman never shows the white

feather if some other color is more


For a long mild smoke, try Gerlg's
Havana Smokers. 19-3-tf

HONORED i;v woodmen
The ceremony of unvailing the
monument to the late Walter Young,
in Greenwood cemetery, Sunday af-

Fort King Camp. Woodmen of the tran, ot the players wHl be tound on
World, of which the young man was ; "ther pages of today s paper,
o momhpr tlip last vear or so of his'

life, assembled at its hall and march- HOARD OF TRADE MEETING
alls- larze

iu uic sin-";. q ;
Wnn,impn were in line,! Don't forget the Board of Trade!

11 U Hi w ---- -
. i w j J-.. n: tU -v m

land made an impressive object les- meeting nwaa) ui6ul o v.

son of the lovalty of this great order! Board of Trade rooms, it you are
to its members. All the young man's j interested in the welfare of your
relatives and many neighbors from ; city you will be on hand. Take
his home neighborhood were pres-jpart. be one of its strongest factors
ent and quite a number from the' put some punch and vim into it.
Htv Walter Young was a good boy, i You will feel better and you'll get

performed his duties faithfully and sometning out oi u. uu anu at
fH.nrfs of all he came in bus- towns and cities are advancing to

iness and social contact with dur- the fore-front? Those that have live
ing his short life. and active business organizations.
.5iQ T,t hAnntiful services Come out and help to boost your

Have Not Been Rewarded by Appre Apprehension
hension Apprehension oi the Slayer ot
Mr. Wilson

Where is Youf Mppey'

of the Woodmen ritual were led by

Consul Commander Thompson, as

town: back up
Board of Trade.

the work of the
No one can say it

Dr. L. Montgomery and Mr. Price
of Micanopy were in the city today.

Today is rule day and a great
many out of town people were seen
on our streets.

sisted by the other officers, anu ai : is noi aiei t duu aLniU1 l
ninm.nt two of the de- interests, backing and aiding move-

parted sovereign's personal friends ments only of betterment, progress



Mr. M. R. Williams, ticket agent order

for the A. C. U Railway, lett bat-

urday for Lexington, Ky, where he

will spend his vacation.

lifted the veil from tne monument,
which is a very handsome piece of
dark blue marble, most appropriate appropriately
ly appropriately designed with the symbols of the

Mr. Pat J. Murphy, the only and
original Pat, is in the city soliciting
business for his directory of Florida
and Cuba.

innv of those present brougnt

bowers for the grave, and after each
AYoodman had laid a sprig of cedar
of their comrade's last resting place,
they reformed their line and with
the other friends returned home.

r.nri that will brins: success. Turn

out and let us arrange for the many
big projects before us. Will you?
J. D. Rooney, Secretary.



When they make "better shoes" at
the "same price," you will find them
at Little's Shoe Parlor. 10-2-Gt
Mr. J- B. Hayes left Saturday
nighr for New York, where he will
buy his handsome new fall and win winter
ter winter line of goods for the store of
Haves & Gttynn.

Mr. George C. Hooper of Balti Baltimore,
more, Baltimore, a skilled jeweler, watch re repairer
pairer repairer and engraver, has arrived in
the city and has a position with Mr.
A. E. Burnett, the jeweler.

Are you wearing black? If so, see
the pretty fourteen button boot for
ladies in mourning at Little's Shoe
Parlor. 10-2-Gt

'S Saturday Mr. J. G. Lege of East East-lake,
lake, East-lake, bought a new Ford touring
car from Mr. Bruce Meffert, the local
; agent for this"" car. Mr. Meffert's
. great difficulty is in getting enough
cars to supply: the demand.

Ir. Edward Tucker, who went
with a party of Ocala gentlemen to
New York two weeds ago, has re returned
turned returned to the itvpaving spent a
most delightful thoukh short vaca

tion: v'
Mr. T. C. Atkinson has recently recently-moved
moved recently-moved into his pretty new home on
the corner of Orange avenue and
8th street, south.

Dr. William Griffith of Dunnellon
was in town todav on his way home
from Alabama, here he was called
to attend the fuuyral of his father,
Mr. A. R. Griffith, who died there
Tuesday last.
mr-TTrSffiiir -ni'T4 vpars of age

..i 1 V M k 1 111 I 11 J
and had resided in Alabama since;
m;... He was in perfect, health,
ate his supper Tuesday night, went
to bed and passed away in his sleep,
and it was not known that death had
overtaken him until the following
Mr. Griffith is survived by his
widow, who is 73 years of age, and
nine children, six boys and three
girls. This is the first break in the
family circle by death, only one child
having died, and that in early in in-fancv.
fancv. in-fancv. The ages of the children

range from thirty to fifty-three, and
Dr. Griffith said they figured up the
combined age of his brothers and
sisters and it made the astonishing
total of 530 years. The children re reside
side reside in Florida, Texas, Louisiana and
Alabama. Mr. Griffith owned a
quarter interest in a valuable grove
at Largo, the doctor, a brother and
sister owning the balance.
Mr. Griffith died in Bessemer,
Ala., at the home of his daughter,
and was buried at his own home.
Remlap, Ala., on Friday.

Hugh Thompson, formerly an em

nlove of the Ocala foundry, was

found dead yesterday afternoon

in a vacant house on Henry street,

near the Ocala Lumber & Supply
Company's plant.
Mr. Thompson worked at the
foundry nearly all of last winter. He
left Ocala and was not seen again
until about two weeks ago, when he
came to town without funds and ap applied
plied applied for work at the foundry, which
was given him. He was sick and did

not improve. Cast weeK ne- oniy

worked three days and borrowed

some money Jrom .Mr. l lodges ot tne

foundry to go to a boarding house.

which all thought he had done.

Thursday night one of the deputy-

sheriffs happened down by the Ocala

Lumber & Supply Company's yards,

and found Mr. Thompson in a small

house, very sick. A doctor was sent
to see him and on Friday he was out

on the streets. The doctor called to

see him again but the sick man did

not seem to want to see mm. tie

was not seen again until he was
found dead. Mr. Thompson was
about G." years old and was a
Scotchman. He has two daughters

at White Plains. X. Y, and also has

relatives at Elmira, X. Y. Mclver &
MacKay prepared the body for burial
and are trying to communicate with
his relatives in New York state. The
managers of the Ocala Iron Works
speak well of Mr. Thompson and say
that he was a fine workman.

Saturday aiternoon. a party con-j
.-isiing oi Messrs. F. W. Ditto, Usher
Norwood. James Carlisle, Jr., and j
two or three others, who were
Hp srnh hpvonJ Carmi-1

chael's farm, over ten miles east ot
the city, saw a negro cross an open

space about 100 yards ahead and j

run for the cover of a nearby thicket.
Mr. Ditto, the only man who could
get a shot at him at that distance,

i fired at him with his revolver, but

the range was too long for a pistol,
and the negro reached the brash ap-

i parently unhurt.

Mr. Ditto and others went straight

at the thicket, and Mr. Norwood en

tered it at one side. While forcing

his way through a brake so dense

that he had to get down on hands

and knees, he. heard a rustle in the

rl lnnkiner un caught a

glance of the fugitive about forty

yards away and rapidly disappearing.

He raised his pistol and fired but

had no chance to take aim, and ai

most as he pulled the trigger the ne

gro disappeared

Mr. Ditto hurried to town in his

car after dogs from the convict farm,

but bv the time they reached the

place where the man was last seen it

was night. There is an immense
swamp in tha-t territory and a thou

sand men might search it in vain.

Several parties were out searching
Sunday. but "without result. A
number of suspicious characters
have been arrested around Ocala, at

r.ainpsvillp. Wildwood. Weirsdale

A Kn;ns farmpr wioV Tlad no. bank account.

dropped his roll in a fieiwras plowing, it- was
not found until a yeat!aftw;ardsf and was then a
mass of pulp, and nbne"'ofiledeeniable.
A saving account in ibis" bant offers ABSOLUTE
SECURITY tor your savings and pays 4 per cent in interest,
terest, interest, compounded semi-annually. $1 starts an ac account
count account in

Ocala NattiidiniaH MsimM
An Active United. 3Utc?Pepository




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The housekeeDers of Ocala and Marion

county will save "money and have their

tables better suoDhed with groceries, it they

will consult this list frequently and give

their trade to this store, where good service
is rendered and high-grade goods only are



and other places, but there is little I x 5


Mr. George Pasteur was a recent

business visitor to Charlotte, X. C.

Mr D. E. Mclver left Saturday

nizht for the north, where he will;

spend two weeks, combining the
purchasing trip for Mclver & Mac Mac-Kay
Kay Mac-Kay with a short vacation. Mr. Mc Mclver
lver Mclver will visit Battle Creek, Milwau Milwaukee,
kee, Milwaukee, Indianapolis, Chicago, Cincin Cincinnati
nati Cincinnati and other cities, and will stop
in Corona, Ala., on his way back to
spend a few days with his old friend
and fellow citizen. Alick Mclntyre.

The hard road around Lake Weir

has been completed to within half a

t mile of Lake Weir station.

hope that any of them is the right


The hunt will probably settle down
into a long search by the officers o

the law, which will almost surely

end in the capture and death of the



Bound to Have Some Kick.
"Don't you want to see the world
a place of complete' peace and har harmony?"
mony?" harmony?" "No," replied Mr. Growcher.
"Just as soon as you get the world
peaceful and harmonious a lot of peo people
ple people will arise aiul k:ck because com competition
petition competition has been eliminated."

Will Pay a Bis: Reward for Appre

hension of Mrs. Wilson's

Two hundred and fifty, dollars re

ward is offered by the county com

missioners of Marion county, Flor

ida. for the party or parties who

murdered Mrs. P. T. Wilson, four

and a half miles north of Ocala. on
the morning of October 2nd, at S
o'clock. Description of negro seen

coming away from the Wilson place

af thnt- tinip: Black, rather stout

build, weight 140 to l'.O pounds,

black mustache, height about 5 feet

six to eight inches; wearing blue
jumper, light or gray colored hat,

about Xo. 7 shoe; going in easterly

rlirorHrn from Wilson home. Com

municate all information to
J. P. Galloway,

Sheriff Marion County, Florida.
There will be further rewards for
the arrest of this man offered by the
city of Ocala and private individuals,
making the total rewards offered a
very substantial sum of money.
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Alaska Salmon, large size..,....

First Product Coffee, per pound.

Rrick City high-grade,; per pound

Roasted and ground daily at our stpre.

Fresh Graham Flour, per sack
Fresh Rye Flour, per sack

Self-Rising Pancake Flour, 15c, 2 pkgs ...

Full Stock New Crop Cereals.

Sliced Dried Reef per pound.

Choice Country Eggs, per dozen

Indian River Pineapples, each.....
Bananas, per dozen

Fresh California Fruits-

Peaches, Pears "and Grapes every day.









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Col. R. F. Rogers of this city city-preached
preached city-preached to a large and appreciative
Baptist audience at the Oklawaha
school house Sunday morning.

Good Things
To Eat

Green Maraschino Cherries
Red Maraschino Cherries
Knorr's Bouillon Cubes
Cheese in tins and glasses:
and Gorgonzola.
Apollinaries Mineral Water
Pettijohn's Breakfast Food
Graham Flour.
Pancake Flour.

Japanese Rice Cakes
Brick Cod Fish.
Dried Herring.


PHONES 16 and 174.

DR. W K. LANE Specialist, Eye
Ear. Nose nd Throat. Office Law
'.ibrary Building, Ocala. Adv.
The sale of cartridges was some

thing unprecedented -in Ocala the
the last two day of last week. A
great many of the metal capsules
were sold to negroes. One prominent

merchant finding that they were buy buying
ing buying in large quantities instructed his
clerks not to sell any more except to
well known and responsible men.
This is the first thing the au authorities
thorities authorities should look after when ex excitement
citement excitement breaks out. The best de defense
fense defense a respectable colored man can
make when race trouble threatens is
to go to his home, or the home of a
friend, and stay there. White people,

with' the exception of a few hood hoodlums,
lums, hoodlums, don't want the better class of

colored people molested, but if some

1 a chnt it eives the rough

lorriont th verv excuse it wants

Also, ia times like these, it will ser

iously strain the patience of the bet better
ter better element.

Board of Trade will meet Wendes Wendes-tiay
tiay Wendes-tiay night, and it is desired to have
a specially important and well at attended
tended attended meeting.

Her Reward.
Goodfellow (with newspaper)
"Here's an old bachelor in Ohio died
and left all his money to the woman
who rejected him Cynicus "And
yet they say there is no gratitude in
the world."

And Your


Comes Back to School.

Greet her with a fresh box

of the kind or assortment she

likes best. The HUYLER
list is a large one all good

kinds but you know her

favorite among the following:
Assorted Chocolates.
Ronbons and Chocolates.
My Favorites Y and 1 Pound.

Ye Old-Fashioned Chocolate
Chocolate Cocoanut Bars.
Chocolate Peppermints 20c, 40c.
Fresh Every Hour Mixture.
Crystalized Ginger.
Pecan Caromel.
Pink Wrapper (Vanilla) Choco


Take a box with you to today.
day. today. Just out of an ice-cold
special, refrigerator case.
They'll come to you as fresh

and crisp as if just from the
famous Huylefs factory.

T. W. Troxlcr

A case of assault and battery
against E. G. S. Harrell, transferred
from Sumter county, was tried be

fore Judge W. E. Smith Saturday.
The jury was composed of Messrs.
V. W. Stripling, Clifford Peabody,
A. S. Burgess, A. S. Lambert, C. C.
Curry and C. A. Scandrett. The
prosecution was represented by Mr.
R. B. Bullock, while Mr. Edwin
Spencer assisted Mr. Scoville of
Sumter county with the defense.
The case was one begun about the
middle of August, when E. G. S.

Harrell. marshal of Webster, is alleg alleged
ed alleged to have unnecessarily beaten one
John Lanston while he had him un under
der under arrest. A number of witnesses
on both sides were examined.
Judging from the number of Sum Sumter
ter Sumter county citizens in attendance

upon the court the case was one of
considerable moment in the com community
munity community in which it originated.
The jury rendered a verdict of
guilty and Judge Smith imposed a
fine of $5 and costs.


-an honest man may have a bad UUe tlirough no fault of his own"
"a good man does not always mean a good title'
"men pass away, titles run on forever."
"an abstract of title is the only means by which you can determine
whether you are buying land or a lawsuit"


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florida title and abstract co. : fla

Ocala Chapter, Xo. 29, O. E. S.,
mpets at Yonge's hall the first Fri

day evening at 7:30 o'clock and the
t-hyrA Fridav afternoon at 3:30, of

each month.
Mrs. Emma C. Burnett, W. M
Miss Florrie Condon, Secretary."

An Aviator Saved Life.
At Berek-sur-Mer. near Boulogne,
France, a few days ago, an invalid
wont for a drive in a little donkey

j cart, which stuck fast on the seashore
! and began to sink, just as the tid was
I coming in. His plight was seen by
! an aviator, who succeeded in attract

ing the attention of a fisherman, vrno
rescued the .invalid.





Thai same



TH- 'W Plife-
i5 W Wl wf
lifer' jfimtfii $3S k i TsswScwfe
wilt? 'twlTt smsr Kf

j While the train "was some late get get-!
! get-! ting away from Ocala. occasioned by

I an extra on the Seaboard, still we
i got off in good shape, thanks to'

superintendent Hollmrake of the
Ocala Northern, who was right on ',
the job' to look after the comfort ofi

' passengers, a tew auoara at Bur-j
hank, a crowd at Fort McCoy. On

j reaching- Orange Springs, found the
train from Palatka has brought in a
i splendid crowd from Putnam coun coun-j
j coun-j ty. On to the grounds near beauti beauti-I
I beauti-I ful Orange Springs, where unJer the
! auspices of the Orange Springs Co Co-j
j Co-j Operative Association a large plat plat-j
j plat-j form had been erected, as well as

a stand fnr the speakers and band.
Investigated the surroundings ani
enjoyed a splendid dinner, after
which the crowd gathered and un under
der under the inspiring strains of music

j furnished by the Kenwood band the
j platform was soon full of couples en en-i
i en-i joying splendid dancing. This was
' kept up until the hour arrived for
hhe speaking. First. Dr. Willoughby
i of the university faculty of Gaines Gaines-!
! Gaines-! ville. was introduced bv Mr. Mahan

I 1
i of Palatka, who had been specially j
! requested to so act. The doctor gave )
! splendid talk, following first the
j important work of this great state
-2... :--.

i institution, men along lines or ag ag-I
I ag-I riculture until he reached his partic partic-j
j partic-j ttlar department. live- stock and
dairying, which he clearly set frth.

ins taiK was ot value to every one ;
i pre-ent and was a splendid summing!
' uj ot interesting facts that nee Jed
; t; be heard to be properly appre-j
c iate 1. j
j Then fol'owel the intro luctim ol
j Secretary Roor.ev, and Mi. Mahcnj
seemed to be at his best. The secre-
jtary clearly demonstrated his ability j
: to meet any condition and tinier all j
'circumstances. He stated he iievei


money n msmt&mmmtm

apm JSu&ftess

EXTRAVAGANCE is one of those insidious
habits that creeps upon us and takes away our monj
ey, wastes our time and ROBS us of our comfort comfortable
able comfortable old age. Those small sums that we fritter
away from week to week, would look very handsome
a few years from no.v in the bank. Afier you have
started a bank account, you will find that it is no
sacrifice to deny yourself many of the useless pleas pleasures
ures pleasures that really eat up so vast an amount of money.
He Fay 4 ptr tti.i iiiinot it awirys -tcouiis





Manager Fred Clarke of Pirates Says
Manager of Team Must Have
Players to Make Showing.

"There is a tough thing," comment commented
ed commented Fred Clarke, referring to the dis dismissal
missal dismissal of George Stovall as manager
of the St. Louis Browns. "This man
Stovall took charge of the Cleve

land club on short notice in 1911, and

what did he do? lie performed won wonders
ders wonders and had things going in great
shape. In St. Louis he could not suc succeed.
ceed. succeed. In Cleveland he. had the mate material.
rial. material. In St. Louis he didn't. It all
oes to prove that a manager must
have 'men of ability and temperament ;
to bring out his own talents. No
greater manager than. Frank Chance
ever lived. A fighter, student of the
game and a great player himself, he al always
ways always had a power over men. But,
aside from bringing a little improve- j
ment to the New York Americans, he -t
has not been able to emphasize his ;
managerial powers simply because he
has not got the kind of men under
him that are best suited to his de desires.
sires. desires. There are players who can be
driven, and others who can't. Sto- ;
vail and Chance did well with good i
material, but a dozen managers can (
not make a winner or a near-winner j
out of inferior material." i

f 1

liIferaiAnff 1 1

' e?ch occasion as pre-entel. His re-j
REPORTS OF REVOLT DENIED rV "ere nosen. hiierspers- (
; e:l with considerable Irish wit, but j
Ball Players Discredit Rumors of Dis-i '-out a in in t ams of thought and use- j
satisfaction and Express Them- ; 'nl an 1 helpful advice. He clearly;
selves as Contented. ; 'efinel that goo 1 roads was one of:

h's strong features, alsr that the
Vprr n County Board of Traie stool j
'j- r the v. hole' county, an 1 pledged)

Catcher Bob

Ball players scoff at reports eman emanating
ating emanating from New York to the effect
that they .are planning a big revel:

cgainst the base ball powers during j his earnest effort lookin? to right de de-the
the de-the coming winter. Asked a,bout the i ve'ojmient in any section of the
matter, Jack Miller, who is the Pitts-j county. His ideas were clear, his
burgh club's representative in the! manner forceful and driving home
Ball Players' fraternity, said: "The i ,-.,r.; 7 Tl w i T Vi q r loft v r e ? ? r tr i-ot

I Players' fraternity, was not formed I ,.0-rrrave.l the truthfulness of condi-
j to stir up strife. But it is a sound and .
i .. . . . . i 1 1 (j n

i sona organization aeterrained to sate-i

guard the interests of the players. The

Judging from the expressions corn-

Pittsburgh has sent

Coleman to Columbus. ti,o- .v, i ; ing from the large crowd srathered

' k Luai nic inu T31 o aic piuillllll j
m I to revolt, and that a wholesale demand ?,ie s-'eetary ma 'e many frien ls an.l
Bob Harmon has decided to become for ga,ary increases will be backed by! ?he Marion Comity Boar! of Trade
a fly chaser when his pitching days ; th? fraternity is rot. To begin vilh wa, roven tr, 1:e the best 0r?aniza 0r?aniza-are
are 0r?aniza-are oer. ; t ,, ,.v, i i, ; .

; ruvu a iuiu6 uuiu uc me limsi mi- t ion onere :(t me upDuu iing OI

i i"""'" uutiu. iue t,e county, cf anv movement

j question of salaries absolutely will not

ligure in any movement that the fra

ternity will undertake now or in the

future. Any sane person knows that

AVilliam Clymer has signed a con-

next year. j
' Newark's new pitcher, Ollie Britton. j
comes from the Lynn team of the i
New England league. i

ulavprs' salnrips pr r!oH ntiH tint i THIS larn.Pl'S institute


Dee Walsh,' ex-Brown Shortstopper, i

Got in Bad by Daring Pitchers I The ten leading sluggers of the Na
to Put Them Over. j tiQnal league have poied out over
., ... 90 homers. Cravath, with 18, leads
Umpire "Silk" O Loughlin says Dee them all
Walsh talked himself out of a job with i

the American league. According to
O'Loughlin, "Walsh's specialty was to j

it would be an impossible thing to
fix any kind of a scale governing them.

...... You can't fix any standard bv which
Nap Lajoie has struck out eight to fix base ball salaries 0u" organ.
times this season, Ray Keating doing j ization wag nQt formed tQ gtart
the trick three times. j V(lts It is a fraternity( and it has
j tome fine objects in view and all are
In Cincinnati it is believed that in the interest of the plavers. It is
Second Paseman Dick Egan will next a fraternity that is being competently
season be found with Chance's New conducted by competent and diplcmat diplcmat-"orks.
"orks. diplcmat-"orks. m m m ic neads an3 they are not the kind of

i m -n wno would take up such an lm lm-j
j lm-j possible scheme such as we read about

these days. The fraternity's object
are sensible ones, and will be en enforced,
forced, enforced, but this stuff about a whole wholesale
sale wholesale holdout scheme on account of sal salaries
aries salaries is bunk."

strut up to the plate and dare the ;
pitcher to put it over. j
"Can you Imagine a snip of a kid
like Walsh, who isn't much bigger j
than a peanut, daring a big fellow like ;
Walter Johnson to stick it over the j
pan?" said O'Loughlin. "The average :
American league pitcher would make j
two of Dee Walsh. The kid got him- j
self in bad trying to bluff 'em. Ha
thought it the proper caper, but it j
worked the other way. The pitchers j
tabbed him as a fresh kid. and tippsd
each other off. Every now and then
some big twirler would shoot the pill i
at Dee's bean and 6care him stiff.
They had him ducking and dodging
wild pitches until he couldn't hit the

pipe. But Dee is a game 'un and will
come back. He needs experience."

Southern League Managers.
Rumors concerning the future


Record to Van Haltren.

Carroll Brown, the young hurler of j Cardinals, is to go to the Pirates.
Connie Mack's staff who passed fif- j

toon hatsmpn in n slneJe ramp rtnps

not hold the record in this respect.

It is the opinion of many American
league managers that John Henry of
the Senators is the best catcher in
the league.
New Orleans has let First Baseman
Kraft go to Nashville for the waiver
price and he will be with the volun volunteers
teers volunteers next year.
Pitcher Jim Vaughn, secured by the
Chicago Cubs from Kansas City, is
proving even a bigger comeback than
George McQuillan.
When Brooklyn beat Pitcher Robin

son of Pittsburg on September 9 it j come up in the final week of the sea

son and Elberfeld quit Chattanooga
in a huff. If Finn does not stay in
Mobile. Charley Starr may succeed
him, though there is talk of securing
George Stovall from the St. Louis


undertaken. Such talks and such
gatherings can only result in good.
A getting closer together. Now if

will le fol

lowed uj) from time to time with
others, not only there but through throughout
out throughout the county, it will be one of the
sfrongest factors in getting results
among our farmers. assurances of
cooperation, how the farmer neels
a'vi'e. s-issestion and stanling by
until they become acquainted with
conditions in Florida, were strong
points in tlie secretary's talk. He
clearly et forth that his years of in

dustrial work with the Seaboard i

lvovel he was right in his conclus conclusions
ions conclusions that each !an1 company should
have an agriculturist to stay by an:l
instruct the new comers so Tailures

would not occur. Also spoke of the!

sreat work done by County Demon Demonstration
stration Demonstration Asent S. T. McCully. and

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of our service is its promptneirs.
You are waited on when you enter
the store. You are not urged to buy
We expect the character of oui
to do the selling. So pay us a visit
no matter how little time you can
spare. The goods and prices will tell
you lots and prompt attention will
enable you to buy as quickly as you
desire. But take longer if you .can.
Ocala, Flori da

Southern league managers still fly vith the canning and tomato clubs j

thick and fast. Johnny Dobbs it is
now said will succeed Elferfeld at
Chattanooga and Mike Finn has ben
mtntioned as the man who may lead
the St. Louis Browns next year. He
most likely will go to Memphis. El El-ferfield's
ferfield's El-ferfield's signing with New Orleans

was a great surprise, as it was previ-

v Mrs. Moorhead and how both of
these wcul 1 glaily cooperate with
fVe-e n?v p "iior:j ?t Orange Springs
in srettine on tile right line.
His appeal in behalf of the county

fair was strong an.l the good people!
of that section of Marion should

was the nrst game the uoagers had
won from him in three years.

Manager Miller Huggins declares
there is no truth in the yarn that Ed

t Konetchy, the big first baseman of the

Brantford in the Canadian league
wants Eddie Hollv to manage its

George Van Haltren, while pitching j team next year, and will endeavor to

ously reported he had already been heed such advice and be strong fac-J
given a contract to remain in Chatta- ors in showing what their section ol
nooga. The differences seem to have iar;rn ran n Th cecretarv is I

! j
'certainly a booster, while conserva-j
I th e. still driving home truths and ;

! fncts for hi? county.
! One amusinz fact just after din din-ner
ner din-ner when offered a cisar in the store
' o Mr. Appel. was to hear the secre-
tary deliver a lecture of patronizing
! home inlustry and home made ar

ticles. He smokes only Ocala made

Cobb After New Record.
Ty Cobb is a possible candidate for

. 3 s i t. i :

a ne recora in uaseuaii, uaumg cigars, while he was offered a Tampa

aw or better in three consecutive

for Chicago against Boston in 1SS7,
walked sixteen batters and was so

wild that the players were afraid to j
step near enough to the plate to take
a whack at the ball.

get Toronto

to secure a reasonable

years. He hit for .420 in 1911 and .410
in 1912. Ross Barnes batter for better

j than .400 in three years, but they were
Manager btallings of Boston seems ; not in succession. He attained marks
ur decided as to what disposition to j of .404 and .453 in 1ST2 and 1S7U, re-

i u Hi. ni..i;4

Walter Johnson denies that he
would refuse to play ball if the Sena- j
tors should fail to offer him $12,000 i
for next year's work. "I never have
told anyone what I wanted for next 1
year's work." he says, "for I don't
know myself. I expect to sign the
first contract that Manager Griffith
offers me."

make of Pitcher Dick Rudolph. He spectively. Tip O'Neill set the high

asked for 3ivers once, only to with- j mark for batting at .492 in 1SS7.
f'raur Tiic ranuoet I

Atlanta fans were so tickled over
New Orleans beating Mobile in the j
final game and thus giving the Crack-
ers the Southern league pannant that
they started a subscription to buy i
President-Manager Frank of New Or- 1
leans a loving cup.

Many First-Sackers.
The Tigers are trying to break the
Browns" record of using first sackers.
Since 1911 St. I?uis has usd twenty
men at the initial corner. Hugh Jen Jennings
nings Jennings has tried out nine, but he has
about that many more in line to try

proiuc: but refused. He then set
forth nsanv facts to the advantage of
the crowd of listeners along lines of,
utilization of hme products and en-'
couragement of home manufacturers
ani the u.-e of what we grow ani
produce ourselves. How we should
pr.t up our own canned meats, milk.j
vegetables, tomatoes, catsups: in!
fact, all su?h articles: that they.
vr etter than thse 1-ou-ht in

Make home happy with a glowing new heater.
Enjoy the comfort of sitting by a nice, warm stove.
Our heaters will hold the fire over night, so that
you only need to make a few twists and pour in some
coal to quickly have a hot fire.
"Fire out" your old stove and "Fire up" a new

arioim Hardware Co.
Phone 118, Ocala, Fla.



ing our markets witn wnat we are
now having shipped to us.

The Star reporter joins in express-

presses. May there be more of
them and oftener.
There was some four or five hun-

and all were

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heel ani follow it. back up such meeuii. hj puipusw luimucuu. I'au- -. ocumu j e e-raoveraentf.
raoveraentf. e-raoveraentf. soon w will be supply- the speakers for their splendid ad- results will follow.

nor hrn markets. If the pen'e of

w'll lUten To uch advice, mg neartiet approval ut iu turn- i-u yewpje picui








A Public Spirited t'itizcn and Ciaoil
? YV rkcr f i- Flo; iI: H;

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I!. It. Carroll, General Maiiaacr Port V. Leavengool. Ruines Manner ...

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J. I!. Benjamin, Editor

Col. Thomas J. La:: J-Drown.

i:n i :i a: T:rnr:i. Fla.

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Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.

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One year, in advance
Six months, in advance. .
Three months, in advance.
On month, in advance....

( ( ForHgn )
. 5.00 .; One year, in advance
. 2.50 Six months, in advance...
. 1.25 1 Three months, in advance

nii h-re at 11::!" o'.vlo'.-k las:
night. I!-- had ill for several
' months, coming Ik-re from Yv'ashing-
ion iv -entiy an. I tnterin g a saniiar saniiar-i.i:a.
i.i:a. saniiar-i.i:a. Ilis wife an I two children
were with him when the end came.
1 'J-JJ Few men were better known in


This bank is the channel through which the financial side of your business
may pass safely, promptly, under the experienced eyes of experienced bankers.
On your own decision of where you shall bank, rests much of your future
success. The Mini roe & Chambliss Bank is always pleased to demonstrate its
qualifications for superior service.

'Florida than T. J. Laud-Drown.

. O c , 1 'i h -. t(. 1 Ml 1 iva n r-iti7on nf

50 j One month, in advance S', Tampa. He was a nathe of New


Leo Frank will not be humg Oct. telegraph.

. The Star has a reasoc

that he ever will be hung

Government control of


York, about fifty-eight years old,
brainy, highly educated, a diplomat
in manners and perhaps, the ablest

in ThP Star has a reasonable doubt every great public business is being public man in the South. He was

. L..l,. ,...L- nr V t t r- 1 1

memner o: a prominent t-ngnsn lam lam-iiy
iiy lam-iiy of great wealth, a descendant of
Archbishop Laud. He came to Tam Tampa
pa Tampa from West Florida, having lived
for vear.s at Green Cove Snrinsrs and

eart.h's surface and 170,000.000 peo-. Fat .Murphy, looking up tort King Quincy. being mayor of the former
; avenue Sunday afternoon, declared town about twentv vears ago. He

m. ;

it was the finest street in I-lorida.

Peters- Fat's lips have caressed the blarney



unroe & ChamiMiss Banik

Russia is sometimes called

Canada of Europe. The Russian em-, said

nire contains one-sevenui oi int:

slowly but surely forced on the peo-

' pie by the oppressive policy of those
the1 who now manage the business afore- a pioneer in the growing of to-

There is a row on in St

burg about where to locate the prac

acco as a commercial product in

stone. but the star is patriotic (;alsd(

tiee vard when the big league ball enough to believe he was sincere.

team goes to the Sunshine City.: over. He was pleased with this city

Ocala will have no such trouble. I The salary of

Colonel Roosevelt "and party sail-

managed the New

len county. lie tirst came to

Tampa in l'."l and looked the town

Mellen, who mis- and came back three years later to
Haven, was SOU.- make it his home. He manage;! the


General Building Contractors



Block North Eat of Postoffice,


303 North Osceola Street.

000 a year. Salaries of such ofii- Tampa Bay hotel the season of

ed from New York for South Amer-: cials. and the sums paid to lobbyists. 1 o r, -u That winter he organized

is corrupt judges and legislators, and the South Florida Mid-Winter Fair

ssocialinn. It was conducted in

ir:i Snrardav morning. Teddy

recognized as a great, big American to high-priced lawyers who by tech tech-citizen,
citizen, tech-citizen, wherever he -goes. j localities seek to destroy the rights
.of the people, are the reasons why
Tire Tarpon Leader holds up its the roads can't keep up their road road-hands
hands road-hands in horror at the language j bed and rolling stock not the pres presumed
umed presumed by some of the Florida papers, ent high rates, which they say are
which it savs may cause them to be too low.
excluded from the mails. Strange to j

sav, the Star hadn't noticed it.


....... .... ...

iHftT. I'M,!-, and H"im. but was wreck wreck-el
el wreck-el by a failure of the state to
promptly pay up the winners of pre

miums. "mi each
as promised l:v the

of two years,
legislature of

We have to announce the death of;:'
lother one of our old settlers and i
ading men of this county. Yester- j
.i.v morning early Mr. J. R. P. Wall j

die i

his home in the Rutland j

HM-T, which failed, however, to des-; neighborhood

ignate the tun.! from which the pre- along

in years

.Major Alex.

Everybody in the state will he sor sorry
ry sorry to hear of the death of genial and
useful T. J. Laud-Brown. He was a
hard worker for Florida and of
more worth than a dozen or two of

the statesmen who .have each occu- ; chance as an icebei

St. Clair Abrams is

i writing letters to the Times-Fnion

concerning the mistakes of the leg-

: islature. Abrams and th

Fnion are congenial company

, they had their way, the rights of the
people would have about as much

in hell.

minnnis .-hould be paid. "Brown's

fairs." as these expositions were
known, brought more people to

Time-- 'l'aniI;a than any attraction yet put
i- i .1 : l ..1.1 n .. a, o -1

1 1

vc-rtising tor the entire state.

Mr. Wall was getting
being nearly eighty.

but had been enjoying good health
until a few days ago when he was
taken with a congestive chill. Bush Bush-nell
nell Bush-nell Times.


: A X L'Sv'Iili T c o v i : R s

pied several times his


size in the

"The navy of Russia, which was al almost
most almost destroyed in the war with
Japan, is now larger than it was be before
fore before that struggle. But can the ships
light any better?

j Pat Murphy, who stoY-ped in Ocala
I cn his way to Cuba, says that Flor Flor-;
; Flor-; ida is in for a winter of unprecedent unprecedented
ed unprecedented prosperity, and that much of it
I will be caused by the railroads,
; which are preparing to bring unusu

ally large numbers of people to
j Florida. The Star hopes Pat's prog prog-is
is prog-is ; nostications will prove to be true.

Mr. Brown was made a military

aide by Governor Broward, with the'

rank of colonel.
In !:! Colonel Brown "successful

ly promote 1 the Panama canal cele-! office,
bration here. He iirst. in 1 !.;, se-1
cured the passage by Congress of a',

resolution endorsing the celebration j -.
and recognizing Tampa as the near: j "Two hundred and sixty-seven
est mainland port of the United j acres, one half mile from Santos on

States to the big canal. The par-js. A.

An elegant line of iters' mana- ; lvyyyyyK

; script covers, in any color that could; i
i be desired, just received at the Star 1 - j


"U'e have just received a carload cf the Famous SOUTHERN Wire
Fencing. Staples and Hay Wire and are In position to make you some
attractive prices on it. Wef are the only dealers in this section of the
country that handle this brand of fence and have demonstrated in the
past that it is absolutely the. best and strongest fence on the market,
and running it as we have in competition with many inferior grades
of wire fence. We have had some phenomenal sales on it and
made many friends and customers. Give us your orders, if the goods
lon't make good we will.
lKriiOlhii &: Lang

ocala si:i:n STORK


There is one criminal who

. j i

worse than a criminal negro, itnu
that is a white man who will com-!S FXKM, ,.s woi'LD
mit a crime, or witness the crime of, clllTWlK ,m aXY.IOW
another white man and take auvant- :
a-e of race prejudice by allowing a Bartow Courier-Informant: Some
" ,n hp humeri for it. I of the state papers have been doing

. . .

Congressman L Lngie great injus

L. Railroad, all under fence;

ades and pageants in connection with j two hundred acres under cultiva-;
that celebration were the wonder ot'Uion; house 40x4 o; barn 15x20; fif-.
the peoj.le of this state and visitors reen acres pine timber; ten acres,
from other states. The news asso-: hard wood; well watered; price,:
riations of the country features the: $5,000.
celebration and Brown again scoredj Also one hundred and seventy-;
big for Tampa. He also represent- four acres southeast of Ocala; five

o t Tnnn.n cirnr manufacturers at ; nmhuildines: barn oJxpi; six-room

. :

Florida Seed Rye, per bushel $3.
Florida 00 Day Oats, per bu. $1.
S. C. Rust Proof Oats, bushel $1.


Chairman Fearnside of the state tice by



for his en- the Tobacco Trades exposition


committee forced absence from his seat in Con-


democratic executive

wants Governor Trammell to call the! gress. We

hwi.iotnrp in QPinn to validate the ; Washington just

i s;, Whnt1 ture for Hampton Sprin

in New York in I'.tOS.

He organized

Mr L'Enle in ana "as iII,!Jlut"L Ui "M' "M'-hJnr0
hJnr0 "M'-hJnr0 hiAu,,. Chamber of Commerce,, which was

and his later merged into the Tampa Board

congressional aisinci nf Tnde and fiftv-1
Governor Trammell said to the Star Physical condition at that .me w as ; Trad- his-activities lmir0ved.
, . -.5u iot snch ns to make a change to a san- 111 llt c i1 1

dwelling house in good repair; eight
room stone house in course of con

struction with all material on tne


Also two small farms of eighty No.

and fifty-four acres respectively, un- j


to Key West, becoming what was

on tne suoject r i iua mm iaa.
lirinm tr ji hpnlth rpsort ahsnlntelv

seem, ..nough ,o .e "j ectl). the righV known a8 "Florida-, flfth confess-
I v,- ip nA n man" or the "Gentleman from Key
The Star approves of what Con- thing, in justice to himel and to Washington. being em-

Rhackelford of Missouri : nis constituent, m iMu5 tSU.Uc,-.


cpp it a Kramer, or owner. A

A. Mathews. Ocala, Fla. 10-1-tf



E. W.

says about this country needing a ton at a uu much t(j do with af Courtw. s

million miles of business highways a nee uas oemg uoue u me -Sealing Railway" eel- lock. Ocala.

and i.ost roads more than ou.uuu ,,,..,,.. nt Kev Vest. which mark-
miles of touring roads, but it thinks demanded immed.ate attenuon. Mr. br o Ke
that it the government wUl bniid L'Hngle is not a man to abandon h s o t he open
,), nr rnnr 2reat highways thru l'Ost of duty except under the pres-the lloiica t-a

The following schedule is not pal3
for, but is printed for the information
of the public. The railroads are re requested
quested requested to send in ,orrections when whenever
ever whenever necessary.
Southbound Arrive Leave

2 1:0a p.m i:za p.m.

9 (Limited) .. .2:30 p.m.
1 i : j5 a.m.
2 2:25 a.m.
4 .12:50 p.m.
10 (Limited) .4:20 p m.

j The limited leaves Jacksonville at
j 11:30 a. m. and arrives in Tampa at 6
; p. m. It leaves Tampa at 1 p. m. and
arrives in Jacksonville at 7:30 p. m. It
stops only at Turkey Creek. Plant City,

Ocala. Starke




2:33 p.m.
1:40 a.m.
2:30 a.m.
1:05 p.m.
4:23 p.m.

the countrv that the states and coun-! sure of absolute necessity

ies will couple up to them with bus-
iness roads much faster than if the

main lines are not constructed

i it! i i

Although we naturally prefer a

keep ox rorxDixc; away

Tamna Tribune: Mrs. Sara Har-

democrat in the place, the people of in New England

ris Lloyd, ot ucaia, wun nei uus uus-band,
band, uus-band, has been enjoying a motor trip

Mrs. Lloyd is a

Florida feel the highest esteem for newspaper woman and one ot tne
Capt. J. F. Horr, the retiring United j brightest in the country. She is a
States marshal, who filled the office ; keen observer and when she travels,

rnr. jvtoon vpar? with distinction ana; sip sieans ideas oi unect a i jiiiaiiuu.

till C1.IVV 'vhv

the inland city.

Colonel Brown took an active part
in many of the political contests in
this state, not for himself, but for
his friends. In his death Florida has
lost one of her greatest friends.

Davis, ; and Waldo
i rr- t -V-T- t r-t rr CT T IVF


ability. Tampa T? ibune.
Captain Horr has certainly made
a good officer and a state full of

Anv one contemplating wall paper-

itas ui unci-t mniinuwu.. .....
1 : .intmo- r.r l-nknmimn? of wails

to Florida. In a card to the Tribune. !" 7 i
received yesterday. Mrs. Lloyd speaks should see the eaufful new san, san,-.
. san,-. itarv permanent, washable finish of
of the fine motoring and adds. a ,n t'he Qcala Xational
-Please keep on pounding away .two rooms in tne
for decent roads in Florid.. NVe!Bank. Those ; whe .have seen ,t con-

, . i,o,Q ,i,am if wp -v-.siaer it superior 10 auiuu.8

. Mr. r ii. J. on nuSei ,u, ,t "" t, U vp;fered in this "territory and prices are
Ida member oM he. commission which. r.ct to amount to S-, S erv reasonable. For information

has visited Lurope curing tne iast t must nae i-asstu a mmiuu co ..

Dade City, Wld wood.

District Attorney

flort P.irciiit P.ourt P. II. Nugent, ; southbound .lax. and St

Ocala. I Arrive Leave
Sheriff J. P. Gallowuy, Ocala. So. 9 10:35 p.m. 10:46 p.m.
Tax Collector W. L. Colbert. !No. 3a 2:40 p.m. 2:42 p.m.
Ocala. outb!oun(I -Ocala and Lakeland
Tax Assessor Alfred Ayer. Ocala. or (unnyjlm) ..6:40 a.m.
Treasurer John M. Graham. ort;''hoii;dIai. and st. Petersburg

Survevor W. A. Moorhead, Ocala. Aive i
Judse of Prouate Wm. E. Smith. -No. 10 5:19 a.m 5:20 a.m.
0caia" I No. 40 12:4 p.m. 1:14 p.m.
CotintV Commissioners C. Carmi i Northbound Lakeland and cU
chael, Ocaia; J. W. Davis. Summer-ino. 32 (Sunnyjim) Arrive 9:o0 p.m.

field; W t. Henderson, Lynne, u. i ocaia and iiomowMa

Watkins. Dunnellon; waiter wu-i v ,9 8:20 a.m

man, Sparr.

uucnv -- n i

Brinson. Superintendent, ucaid, e.

Have you a house to
rent, or do you want
to rent a house?

Have you something to
sell, cr do you wish to
buy a house, a lof, a
horse or a buggy?

Are you looking for
employment, or do you
need the services of
some one who is?
If so, you should pat patronize
ronize patronize the STAR'S un unclassified
classified unclassified column it'll
do the work.

Tulula Lodge No. 22, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every

! t-. j o Q r-r"l nnlr In

I'eterftbnrg i uesudj cemU6

Yonge's Hall, Fort King avenue, vis visitors
itors visitors in the city invited to be with as.
G. L. Taylor, X. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary. Adv.

1 leave No.

. iS t xi i Leave No.

instruction j. i

summer for the study of the system

of rural credits, will make a talk
concerning theytrip before the Pa Pa-latka
latka Pa-latka board oftrade this evening.

see Mclver & MacKay. 9-13-tf

ii n'rtl,. T ii ff

uunneiiou, aitci !T Vo 49


Arrive No. 44

uijwt-w. ,, rrive .o. to

R. Blitch, Blitchton; J s. uraninam.
Fort McCoy; W. D. Cam, Ocala. ,r: ovvvFim


2:25 p.m.
2:50 p.m.
5:00 p.m.




T I - Yn PrQciHotlt Wil

It 13 I tf ItTti lUal itiv.- mu;i v. -
son favors government control of the 'direction of similar improvements


Mrs. Lloyd voices the sentiment of
every Floridian who has the privi-to-q
of trai-piincr the fine highways

ofthe East. All agree that Florida Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
.lovmo its PVPrv effort in the corner. Meals a la carte and lunches

I at any hour.

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

drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. D. W. Tompkins, C. C.

Chas. K. Sage, K. R. S. Ad

The cigar makers' cigar cigar-Havana
Havana cigar-Havana Smokers.


All dogs in the city should have
license tags as the new license is
now due. All animals not wearing
tags will be impounded at once.

10-4-6t A. J. Brigance,
Marshal City of Ocala.

You should discard that straw hat.
See Waterman for the latest soft
hats and derbies. 9-22-tf

Mayor J. D. Robertson.
Recorder L. T. Izlar.
Assistant Recorder Joseph Bell-
Council B. A. Weathers, presv
dent; J. H. Taylor, president pro
tem; E. C. Bennett, Baxter Cam, J.
W. Hood, E. T. Helvenston, G. A.
Carmichael, F. G. B. Weihe, C. M.

City Attorney c. L. bistruns.
City Clerk H. C. Sistrunk.
Treasurer and Tax Collector W.
W. Clyatt.
City Engineer J. R. Moorhead.
Superintendent Light Plant J. C.
Superintendent Water Works J.
A. f!amnbell.

Marshal A. J. Brigance.
Fire Chief H. S. Chambers.
Sanitary Inspector G. W Cleve Cleveland.
land. Cleveland.
Street Commissioner R ODert

Adv. i

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JfA'! X t XeU. aI Nl -'vw: tt ,s

ill 4 71 ll

Mrs. E. Van Hood, Etlltor


Terms of Endearment Found in Every
District of United States Inade Inadequate
quate Inadequate List Is Given.

Persons who talk lightly of discard- ;
ing all but place names for baseball i
clubs are plainly unfamiliar with the i
magnitude of the task. The National ;
and American leagues are but a small j
part of the show. The country is di- i
vided into innumerable districts and j
subdistricts, and the fanciful terms of j
endearment are multiplied accordingly, j
A very inadequate list from the Par
cific coast gives Seals, Oaks, Angels, I

Wonderful Work of VViiiie Mitchell
That Caused Cccuis to Look
Over Players in Drxie.

Manager Dcoin has done great work

! for the Philadelphia club this season.

According to Manager Griffith, Joe
Boehling is the most natural hitter on
the team.
Outfielder Jimmy Sheckard is a to tobacco
bacco tobacco salesman when not careening
around the ball field.

Tigers, Beavers, Wolves, Bruins.

Down in the sunny south they have
Gulls, Barons, Billikens, Crackers,
Steelmakers, Hornets, Capitals, Patri-
ots, Twins, Navigators and Bronchs.
An account of a Texas-Louisiana en-!
gagement between clubs of colored
players recites the achievements of ;
the Black Buffaloes and the Smart SeL
In the Missouri river country we
read of AnteloDes. Jobbers and In-

dians. Tommy Connolly, the Braves'
Occasionally the town name is used, "ounS outfielder, was a pitcher while
but it is evident that what was at first ia the Central league
fanciful has taken possession of the
common speech. It is not the reckle&a Berlin of the Canadian league does
reporters alone who call to their aid rot reserve Manager White and will
the inhabitants of the air and sea and took for anew leader next year,
the beasts of the field and the forest.

Clark Griffith claims that if he had
another winning hurler he would have
ran away with the pennant this sea season.
son. season. Griffith believes that his team
would have a great advantage over

The fans talk casually of the menage menagerie
rie menagerie as the most natural thing in the
world. It comes easy for them, and
who is going to prevent and how?

Great Bend Is Winner.
Great Bend won the pennant in the

Kansas State league by taking the de-; any team it might meet in a world's
ciding series from Lyons. The decia- series.

ing game, by the way, was the first
that Pitcher O'Byrne had lost on the
home grounds at Lyons. He had won
14 straight and finished the season
with the best record in the league.
Riley was the hero for Great Bend
in the deciding series. He won both
games of a double-header, then came
back and saved the next game. Riley

won ten straight games for the new for the honors.
Kansas champions, but the credit for ;
the team's showing is -given Manager Atlanta broke the record for at-
Affy Wilson, who has kept them play- i tendance at a single game on Septem-
ing fast ball at all stages and boasts ber 5 when 12,140 paid to see the

Scut horn collegians with baseball
proclivities are in great demand at the
present time, says a Memphis writer.
It was the wonderful work of Willie
Mitchell, the Mississippi rah-rahsier,
that first caused the baseball scouts
tc readjust their itinerary go as to
toke in the Dixie knowledge factories.
Following Mitchell along the baseball
highway came Derrill Pratt, the Ala Ala-bamian,
bamian, Ala-bamian, now with the St. Louis
Browns; Red Smith, the Auburn prod prod-duct,
duct, prod-duct, at present with the Brooklyn Na Nationals;
tionals; Nationals; Eppa Rixey. the Virginia
giant, who is part and parcel of the
Philadelphia Nationals; "Mary" Cala Cala-houn,
houn, Cala-houn, the Georgian, who is toiling with
the Boston Braves; J. Bradley Hogg,
the Mercer Marvel, recently turned
back by Stallings to Mobile of the
Southern league, and a host of others.
Nor has the year of 1913 been an ex exception
ception exception in this respect. Among the
more prominent collegians to advance
from the amateur fold to the profes professionals
sionals professionals is Percy Hinton, the Arkansas
university star, who is elated for a"
tryout with the Cleveland Americans.
Coach Bezdek recently told Manager
Birmingham that Hinton with a year's
experience would prove a first-class
wonder. Captain Gordon of Sewanee
turned down an offer to pastime in
the majors, preferring a modest start
with the Macon club of the South At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic league instead. Then there is
young Collins of Vanderbilt, who re recently
cently recently cast his lot with the Boston

The veteran George Davis, once a
great shortstop, says that Fletcher of
the Giants is the best shortstop in the
game today.
Ty Lober of Portland continues the
leading hitter of the Coast league,
w ith Walter Doane giving him a chase

he has never been over the salary
limit, a lesson for a few minor league

Johnston's Good Record.
Jimmy Johnston smashed a South Southern
ern Southern league record for stolen bases last
season, although some of the fastest

game with Mobile.
Bill Carrigan as manager of the
Red Sox will get $8,000 next year, it
is said, with a $2,000 bonus if he wins
the American league pennant.
Pitcher Bill Luhrsen, who to date

fellows who ever burst into the big has made good with the Pittsburgh
show came from that circuit. He has team, comes from the Albany club in
nearly equaled Zeider's Pacific coast the South Atlantic league,
mark. Johnston has purloined nearly I
ninety bases already and the cham- j Since his return to the big show,
pionship season on the Pacific coast is Guy Zinn, the former New York York-the
the York-the longest of the big minor league j Rochester player, has done some re re-circuits,
circuits, re-circuits, j markable work for the Boston Braves.

It is said that Larry Schlafly of Jer-:
sey City will succeed Bill Clymer as ;
manager of Buffalo next season, the

Tinker may manage the Reds from the ; latter taking charge of the Wilkes-
bench, the same as Frank Chance, Darre team.
Connie Mack and others do. Although i
Tinker has denied it. strength has j Bnl Borton from back of the cigar
been added to the report from the fact COUnter in St. Joseph, announces that
that Groh is being used at shortstop he espects to plav ball ag-ain next

Decision Causes Argument.
Umpire O'Brien in the American as

sociation has pulled a decision which ,irv

will only increase the discussion as
to why is a foul tip anyway? In a
recent Louisville-Indianapolis gani-t?
demons of Louisville, with two strikes
called, swung at the third ball, hitting
a foul tip which glanced high off the
mack of Catcher Casey. The catcher
caught the ball as it descended, and
Umpire O'Brien ruled the batter was
out on three strikes. There was a
lot of argument but the decision seems
to be correct.

rriiYiMou of Iho New Law
Pe.i.-e note the j.rovi-ions of the
new law as follows :
First Ii prohibits shipping into
dry counties and into dry precincts
in wet counties, in quantities more
than enough for personal use.
Second It prohibits shipping li li-iuors
iuors li-iuors except in packages labelled or
tagged on the outside. Label or tag

to bear 1st: Name of shipper; 2d

name and address of purchaser or

consignee; tJrd, quantity; 4th. quali quality
ty quality of liquors enclosed; oth. the label
must bear the following: "Intended
for the personal use of
and family."
Third Penalty for shipping, de delivering
livering delivering and receiving liquor with without
out without such label is against both, the
shipper and carrier and is a fine of
:u;t more than one thousand dollars
or imprisonment not more than six
months or both fine and imprison imprisonment,
ment, imprisonment, the shipper to be tried in the
county from which the liquor was
shipped. T lie agent or carrier in the
?ounty where delivery was ma.le or
consignee lived.
Fourth This bill also makes ope operative
rative operative the Webb bill, act of Congress
that is. shipment from without the
state into Florida's dry counties
and precincts.
Fifth All liquor shipped and
found in Florida in violation of the
above section may be seized by the
sheriff or deputy sheriff and destroy destroyed
ed destroyed by order of the circuit court. For
the offense of improperly branding
or labeling, the action is in the usual
court that tries crimes of this na nature.
ture. nature. s

Jacksonville Whisky .Men wive
Heard ly Committee
Detective V. .1. Tipton, who has
been assigned for duty with the li-
eu.-e committee in connection v. ith
:he in t'crcement of the liquor law in
lacksonville stated recently that the
committee will wage an unrelenting
campaign against all violators of the
liquor statutes. In other words, the
.::.!:.:i:tee is determine 1 that every
;:!ace of business where alcoholics
,ue served must live up 'o the hew
!aw to the letter.
Mayor S earnigcii
The new mayor is enforcing the
laws. ;.nd is making the '"fur" fly.
1 he liquor crow-d would like to bot bottle
tle bottle him and make a warm consign consignment
ment consignment to the lower regions But they
::m't can" the mayor, so there was
"some dots' when the Davis bill
went into effect on Sept. ;U, and the
saloons will have to haul down their
beautiful plate-glass fronts and
screens and remove chairs, tables,
and lewd pictures and forbid loi loitering,
tering, loitering, and when saloon restaurants
shall have to take out a regular li license.
cense. license. Now let's see what the good, law law-abiding,
abiding, law-abiding, well-regulated Jacksonville
saloons will do. Ten to one they
will rebel and defy the law. or try to
kill it.
But the mayor is on the job.
Chicago With the aid of the
newly enfranchised women voters.
Illinois drys. led by the Anti-Saloon
League, are confident that in the
November elections six counties will
be added to the arid list, as being en entirely
tirely entirely without saloons. Wet and

elections will be held on the

general election day in the seven

teen counties in the southern portion
of the state, which are under pre pre-cinjt
cinjt pre-cinjt instead of township organiza-

j iiuus. trie, nuns in luc icintri tuss

counties are being held in April. Dry
workers are active in the wet strong strongholds
holds strongholds which will be attacked.

It is one thing to make soda
crackers that are occasionally
It is quite another thing to
make them so that they are
always better than all other
soda crackers, always of un unvarying
varying unvarying goodness.

The name Uneeda" stamped on
every biscuit means that if a million
packages of Uneeda Biscuit were
placed before you, you could choose
any one of them, confident that every
soda cracker in that package would
be as good as the best Uneeda Biscuit
ever baked. Five cents.


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Ah Me -i..ilo- ii, Mir but eiperts e re in position to guarantee ev ever?
er? ever? ple of nrk e construct to wtaml the inspection of the most
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Packing and
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Furniture, Pianos
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the Best.

We Sell
Superior to Plasfe
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Phone 296

At This Period Use All
Safeguards ior Comforts and Well Being
The best and most practical of these is ice our ice. It preserves
your food, conserves your health, increases your pleasure, does
you good in ways too num'rous to mention and all for a little


Latest Freak Play.
From Knoxville, Tenn., that home of
peculiar plays, comes a story of a
new one from a truthful correspond correspondent.
ent. correspondent. In a recent Appalachian league
game, with a man on third, Schiefley
of Knoxville stole second. The Bris Bristol
tol Bristol second baseman dropped the ball
and Schiefley sat down on it. While
a search was being made for it the
man on third "stole" home. The um umpire,
pire, umpire, says the correspondent, refused
to allow a claim of "interference."

May Manage From Bench.
A report has been going around :
among the players that Manager Joe:

and Egan at second base.

season and that before spring he "ex-

' i pects to reach an asreement with the
What's in a Name? ; jersey city club."
One newspaper on the American i
league circuit says Catcher McGhee Ned the peerless leader of
of Detroit is doing good work and an- ( the Centra association and winner
other paper on the circuit also com- j of five pennants Cr so in that or or-pliments
pliments or-pliments Catcher McGee. All of j ganization, has turned down several
which makes McKee wonder if there ; offers to manase teams in higher
is anything in getting his name in the j class ieaeues induiine one from New

Yankees Need Scouts.
The New York Evening Telegram
says the Yankees need a couple of

good scouts and suggests that John J. j
McCloekey should be one of them. It j city
calls attention to the fact that Mc- I

Closkey "discovered" two of tfce
greatest players in the game in Fred
Clarke and Mordecai Brown and
thinks he should still be able to know

Texas Shows (iains
Dallas. Texas, Sept. 20. In the
campaign of the last three years, the
drys of Texas have gained five whole
counties and have not lost a single
foot of territory. They have gone
about as far as they can under the
local prohibition, and the wets are
annoying the people and storing up
wrath against the day of wrath, by
calling elections in dry counties.
Several of these elections have been
held at large at a large and useless
expense to the people, and have re resulted
sulted resulted in dry victories. The good

people of Texas are about ready for
state-wide prohibition.


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Himself on His Appearance
Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen
is a necessity. To supply thatjne thatjne-cessity
cessity thatjne-cessity is Our Business.
Ocala Steam Laundry

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Phon 101.


papers, after a."



To Manage Polo Team.
Jack Barry, of the Athletic baseball
team of the American league, and
Boby Hart will manage the Meriden
(Conn.) roller polo team this winter.
The league will consist of Bridgeport.
New Haven, Meriden, Waterbury and
probably Hartford.

Provides Instruction Showing

I lavage Made hy Alcohol
Cambridge. Mass.. Sept. :. Cam Cambridge
bridge Cambridge is apparency the firs: city in
the commonwealth of Massachusetts
to place posters generally to show
the economic waste by alcohol. May Mayor
or Mayor Barry has ordere I the "Ions "Ions-posters"
posters" "Ions-posters" so-called, to be put in ev every
ery every public bulidinz in e.cry park
arid play ground. The -long-pester."
published by the Boston Associated
Charities, is addressed to -Citizens.'
I: states that "the public thinks that




Ocala House Block

Phone 420

only heavy drinking harms, but as a
matter of fact, experiments show
that moderate drinking is a menace
to health and an enemy of efficiency,
that alcohol- lowers vitality and
opens the door to disease, that it is
responsible for much insanity, pov poverty
erty poverty and crime. At the Massachu Massachusetts
setts Massachusetts general hospital the use of al

cohol as a medicine has declined 77
per cent, in seven years. The poster
concludes as" follows: -Commercialized
vice is promoted through alco alcohol.
hol. alcohol. Citizens. think! Arrayei
against alcohol are economy, effici efficiency,
ency, efficiency, health, morality the very
best assets of a nation, the very soul
of the people."





(If you have any items for this
Afi- qnrl T T. IToq finer xx-on t
to Daytona Beach yesterday to spend
a few days with Mr. Heating's par parents,
ents, parents, at the Daytona Beach hotel.
Mrs. Edward Drake and three
children returned Saturday after-i
noon from a two mouth's stay in the
mountains of North Carolina.
Mr. J. C. Lindsay, the new book bookkeeper
keeper bookkeeper for Mr. E. T. Helvenston,
who arrived recently from Cherow,
S. C, is stopping with Mrs. J. H. Mc-'
Miss Mary Connor has
from her week end visit
parents at Lake Weir.
returned j
with herj

Father Bottolacio of St. Phillips ; Rogers returned from cnicago, nae
Catholic church, returned today from j taken rooms at Mrs. William Ander Ander-Summerfield,
Summerfield, Ander-Summerfield, where he held services son's on Fort King avenue.

yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock, and
mass this morning at 9.
Mrs. Jessie Barco Patterson of Mi Miami,
ami, Miami, formerly of this county, is en enjoying
joying enjoying a visit with friends in At Atlanta."
lanta." Atlanta." Mrs. J. K. Dickson and little
daughter, who have been summerin
in Ander.son. S. C. with relatives.
will return this week. j
Miss Alice E.' Owens arrived re-!
cently from Ocala and will spend
some time in Jacksonville the guest
of her sister, Mrs. J. M. Martin, at j
her home in Springfield. Times-'
Mrs. S. A. Rawls. who has been ill
at her home on Market street, for
some time, is .reported rapidly re regaining
gaining regaining her health. Times-Union.
Mrs. R. 11. Macey and daughter
Lucy, arrived in Ocala Saturday and
will be the guests of Mrs. B. T.
Perdue until Wednesday, returning
then to their home at West Palm
Beach after a delightful summer
spent in the Adirondack.
Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Schreiber and
Miss Dorothy Schreiber are return returning
ing returning this afternoon from a week end
trip to Orlando.
Miss Rena Welsh has concluded
her visit with Miss Edna Ayer and
has returned to her home in Atlanta.
Mr. an;l Mrs. Wilbur Smith will
shortly give up their cottage in the
first ward and will live with Mrs.
Smith's mother, Mrs. Gibb McRae.
Quite a number of golf devotees
were seen at the links yesterday,
taking advantage of the superb
A son was bora Saturday evening
at S o'clock to r. and Mrs. W A.
Armour of Panasoffkee, at the home
of Mrs. Armour's parents, Mr, and
Mrs. J. A. Waltersf in this city. Mr.
Armour came through the country
yesterday in a car to make the ac-
- r a. 1 p V.f
quainiance oi me ue memuei ui m
Mrs. A. C. Cobb and little daugh daughter
ter daughter arrived home yesterday from
Lake Butler, where they stopped for
a few days on their way home from
North Carolina.
All the school regrets losing Isa Isa-belle
belle Isa-belle Davis who will enter the Ocala
school next week. Isabelle carries
with her our best wishes and we all
hope she will find just the work she
I Four Reels Bigh-
Pictures. :
6:30 to 10 p. m.

1 5 and 10 Cents


department call phone 106)

needs, and that the term will be both
pleasant and profitable for her.
Summerfield Chronicle.
Miss Davis is the daughter of Mrs.
Joe Davis, who has the Feltham
House and was one of the successful
contestants in the Boozer contest
for girls at the fair last year.
Mrs'. R. C. Muncaster and two
bright children returned home, to today
day today after an absence of several
months, spent in Florence, S. C,
with Mr. Muncaster's relatives and
with Mrs. Muncaster's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Kay in Jacksonville.
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Rogers and
son Ivan, who have been staying at
I Mr. R. C. Muncaster's since Mrs.
Miss Tommie Standley. after a de delightful
lightful delightful visit with her sister, Mrs.
Lee Miller in Orlando, has joined her
mother at their home on Oklawahs.
avenue, and the news of her perma permanent
nent permanent stay will be welcomed by her
numerous young friends.
Mr. and Mrs.
W. T.
Gary left to-
day for New York and other places
in the east, where they will spend
the next few weeks. During their
absence Mrs. E. T. Helvenston will
stay with her mother. Mrs. Fanny R.
Gary, who has for the past two years
made her home with her son.
Rev. and Mrs. I. W. Ogle have
concluded their visit in St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, and are now in Sarasota visit visiting
ing visiting their daughter, Mrs. J. C. Hill
and making the acquaintance of
their first grand-child. They will be
away from Ocala several weeks
longer as they also expect to visit a
son at Venice
! Mrs. F. J. Huber has returned
fiom her visit to Lake City.
Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Munroe leave
New York city today on their way
home. They will travel by raH to
Jacksonville where they will find
their car, which was shipped ahead
some days ago, and will motor the
remainder of the way from Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville to Ocala.
Mrs. William Hocker and children
will prolong their delightful visit in
Kentucky until the latter part of the
Dr. and Mrs. L. F. Blalock and
son returned last night from Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, where they were guests of Mr.
and Mrs. A. D. Hartfield., having
motored up Saturday in their car.
Mrs. E. L. Howell was the pleas pleasant
ant pleasant hostess this afternoon of the
Methodist sewing circle. Lemonade
and cake was served before adjourn adjournment.
ment. adjournment. The Baptist sewing circle met at
the church this afternoon and con concluded
cluded concluded with a prayer service led by
Mrs. Purvis, this being the week of
prayer for state missions.
Mr. James Taylor returned Sat Saturday
urday Saturday from Daytona, and Mrs. Tay Taylor
lor Taylor and little Miss Martha Taylor
will return tomorrow.
The young ladies sewing circle of
the Presbvterian church, of which
Mrs. L. M. Murray is chairman, had
its first meeting for the winter this
afternoon, Mrs. John Taylor being
the lovely hostess. Concluding the
hours of work, Mrs. Taylor assisted
by her mother, Mrs. G. S. Scott,
served an ice course.
Rev. and Mrs. Bunyan Stephens
and Master McClure Stephens, will
be guests of Mrs. Flora Morrison at
Morriston until Wednesday, having
accompanied her home this morn morning.
A small runabout automobile;
must be in fair condition and cheap.
Apply to "Auto," Star office. 10-1-tf
Miss Hill's
School of Oratory, Expression and
Dramatic Culture
For information tall or write 017
Fort King avenue. 10-4-fit

Your 1914 automobile license i?
now due.
Call on the tax collector and get a
brand new license, a brand new tax
and a brand new number. The rate
remains the same for private use
but not for hire.
Please give this matter your early
attention. Yours very truly,
9-29-6td W. L. Colbert,
10-2-3t wky Tax Collector.

Mr. James W. Lyles, one of Ocala's
oldest and most,' respected citizens,
passed away Sunday in Orlando,
where he had gone some days ago to
be operated upon for an ailment of
over a year's standing.
The remains were brought to this
city this afternoon and were imme immediately
diately immediately taken to the Fellowship cem cemetery
etery cemetery for interment, quite a number
of friends accompanying the remains
to their last resting place.
Judge Lyles was about sixty sixty-seven
seven sixty-seven years old. He came to Florida
over thirty years ago from Mississip Mississippi,
pi, Mississippi, and spent many years in Marion
county as a teacher in our public
schools. He retired from his pro profession
fession profession about six years ago and since
that time has been serving as justice
of the peace in the Ocala district.
Besides a host of friends and dis distant
tant distant relatives. Judge Lyles leaves
two sons, Robert of this city, and
Ernest of Gainesville; two daughters,
Mrs. M. L. Freyermuth of Palmetto,
and Mrs. J. M. Sellars, Orlando. He
was at the home of the latter daugh

ter at the time of his death.
Dr. W. H. Dodge, accompanied by
several members of the Presbyterian
Junior Missionary Socieiy, held a
song and prayer service in the coun county
ty county jail yesterday afternoon, an at attention
tention attention that was much appreciated
bv the inmates.
In addition to pictures at the
Temple theater. Mr. Bennett has se secure
cure secure 1 Billy Smith for Monday, Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, in
popular songs and dancing, featur featuring
ing featuring the three songs. "Those Dixie
Eyes of Southern Gray," "When I
Lost You," and "The Curse of an
Aching Heart."
Try Gerig's Havana Smokers; -"c.
straight. 10-3-tf
! Attention
You are cordially in invited
vited invited to call and inspect
the FALL HaTS on dis display
play display at the Harrington
Hal Hotel Tuesday, Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday and Thursday,
October 7th, 8th and 9th.
. TH05.
Louisville, Ky
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FALL and
Phone 167





Fishing Tackle that's Fit

Rods, Reels, Lines, etc.

Trolling Leaders,
Hall Spinners,

Jewell Spoons,
and Minnows of all kinxls.
Shot Guns, Rifles and Shells
We have the Sporting Goods.


Teacher of Voice Culture
Residence 701 Earl street; phone
412. Fall term begins Sept. 29,

1913. Pupils may enroll at anyjscn:
time. 9-27-0t I

All the late shapes and shades injures.,
men's fall hats are just in at Water-; 24th. "Bought and Paid For."
man's. Get yours now. 9-22-tf 27. Local talent, benefit hospital.
! 2Sth. Bert Leigh in "The Little

I have a guaranteed piano tuner
for a few days. Those wanting his
services leave orders at my store at
once. A. M. Lansford. 9-30-5t
They are worth looking at even if;
you don't buy those nobby Hawes i
anl John li. Stetson hats at Water-j
man's haberdashery. 9-22-tf
Fresh oysters daily, "any style." j
Merchant's Cafe. J. IS. Dewey. 10-3-Gt
Dental Surgeon
Rooms 9, 10, 11, Holder Block
Phone 250
Terms: Cash.
Dental Surjreon
Office Over Commercial Bank
Phone 211


Dental Surgeon
Office Law Library Building
Phone 444
Attorney at Law
Office Second Floor Munroe and
Chambhss Bank Building


Hardware DepartmeBTitt

We have it.


Store off Quality

Manager Bennett has secured the
following plays for the coming sea-
No vein ln-r
17 and IS. Edison Talking Pic-
30th. Coburn's Minstrels.
23 rd.
The Barbpr of Seville."
"The Leopard Spots."
Xiel O'Brien Minstrels.
"Quo Vadis."
"Quo Vcdis."
Divorce Question.
'., "The Shepherd of the Hills,"
17th. "Polly of the Circus."
25. Lecture..
2Cth. The Smart .Set.
27th. "The Spring Maid."
1. Smart Set.
23rd. Evan's Honey Boy Min Minstrels.
strels. Minstrels. March
4th to 13th. Chautauqua.
16th. "The Rose Maid."
19th. Paul Gilmore.
The Ocala Lodge Xo. 699, Loyal
Order of Moose, meets each Thursday
evening at 8 o'clock in the Moose
building. Visiting brothers are in
jvited to attend our meetings.
Geo. F. Mershon, Dictator.
i E. L. Stapp, Secretary.
I Marion-Dunn Lodge Xo. 19, F. &
A. M. meets on the first and third
; Thursday evenings of each month at
;7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
C. E. Simmons, W. M.
i Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
NO. 866
This is a prcicription prepared especially
Five or Kix doses will break any case, and
if taken then as a tonic the Fever will not
return. it acts on the liver better than
Calomel and doe not gripe or sicken. 25c

for Fishing;
Every Woman
Should Have
White Rose Delicacies
On hand for use in case of emergen emergencies.
cies. emergencies. If unexpected company comes
in she is prepared to serve a lunch luncheon
eon luncheon in a few minutes. A few sug suggestions:
gestions: suggestions: Olives, Pickles, Fruits,
Pish, etc. Let us prove that we give
unequaled service and superior
Smith Grocery Co.
North of Ocala National Ilank
no you wear
Zu they should always
& be "spotless and nicely pressed. X
Pressing and cleaning is our y
"business. Call phone twenty-
Holder Block. Rooms 9 and 10.
PHOXE 230.
P. O. BOX 46

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Jacksonville's Finest
Florida's Largest and Best Year
Round Hotel
The Hotel you take your Mother, Wife or Sister to
Home Hotel of the State

European Plan S1.50 Per Day and Upward
A. M. Wilson, Thos. M. Wilson,
Jacksonville, Florida

George Giles, J. I. Wiley, Frank P. Gadson,
President Vice-President Cashier
A St. George Iliehardson, Assistant Cashier.

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Do a General Banking Business, and Solicit the Patronage
" of the Public.
Metropolitan Building South Magnolia St
Ocala; Florida

Atlantic1 Coast Line
$ 8.2.V PEXSACOLA, FLA., and return. Tickets on sale Oct. ISth, 19th
and 20th. Limited Oct. 29th. U. C. V.
$21.65 NEW ORLEANS, LL, and return. Tickets on sale Oct. 11th,
12th. 13th. Limited Oct. ISth. Extension to Nov. Sth.
$17.60 ASHEVILLE, X. C, and return. Tickets on sale Oct. 19th, 20th,
21st, 22nd. Limited SOS- 2nd.
$4G.75 NEW YORK and return. Tickets on sale Oct. 20th, 21st, 22nd.
Limited Nov. 10th.
$17.4o MOIJILE, ALA., and return. Tickets on sale Oct. 2 4th. 25th. 26th.
Limited Nov. 5th. Extension "to Nov. 30th.
$29.80 NASHVILLE, TEXX., -and return. Tickets on sale Oct. 2Sth,
29th. Limited to Nov. Sth.
For information of reservatiobs" -call on nearest Atlantic Coast Line
ticket agent or
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Tampa Tribune: Willis B. Powell.
former .-ecre:a:
Tampa board
of trade, but occupying that position
with the Columbus, (la., commercial:
body-, writer Tam;.a friends thai he
is to ioin the church immediately.:
Twice, within the la.-t few weeks.
Mr. Powell has escaped personal de
struction by fire, only by the skin of.
his teeth. A hotel in Macon, at'
which he was registered was burned
and he escaped in his nighties. Wed-i
nesday night at Columbus, a large
stable, adjoining the garage in which
he keeps his E. M. F. hay burner,
was destroyed. Mr. Powell waved a
kiss of "good-by-e" to his car from
the outside by finally remembering
the old adage that "it is better to
smoke here than hereafter," he dug
into the burning building, cranked
up the war-horse and ran the car
outside just as a heavy brick wall
fell where the jog buggy had been
previously resting.
Serious sickness calls for a con consultation
sultation consultation with your doctor at once.
The next step is to take his prescrip prescription
tion prescription straight to the Court Pharmacy,
where it will be filled right. 9-26-tf
Candler. Oct. Mr. J. O. High High-tower
tower High-tower spent Wednesday among Bel Bel-leview
leview Bel-leview friends.
Mr. John Proctor, the genial road
master, was in our midst last week,
making much needed repairs on our
public highways.
Wednesday morning Master Don Donald
ald Donald Circie shot a four-foot rattle
snake near the Captain DeLong res-i
Raymond Allen, of Trilby, is vis visiting
iting visiting his aunt. Mrs. John Mathews.
Raymond is just recovering from a
tussle with fever.
Mrs. Mary Klliott and son, Dun Dun-c:in,
c:in, Dun-c:in, came down from Ocala last
eek for a visit with MissCatherine
Mr. J. N. Marshall is visiting i
North Carolina relatives. His many
friends trust that he will return
greatly improved in health.
Mrs. Robert Blair and two child children,
ren, children, of Oklawaha, were in town
Thursday afternoon.
Messrs. Quick and Klliott have
the interior of their building look looking
ing looking as frseh and new as the ship shipments
ments shipments of groceries that are arriving
daily for the departments. Mr. Kd.
Caldwell was the artist who put the
finishing touches to the walls.
Mr. W. H. James returned Friday
from a summer spent, plasantly with
relatives and friends in Vermont and!
Mr. Mm. Snyder, who has been
away all summer visiting among rel relatives
atives relatives in Illinois and Indiana, has
returned to his interests here. Mr.
Snyder owns one of the prettiest or orange
ange orange groves in this section.
Mrs. M. Elliott and ( son Duncan,
accompanied by Miss Catherine
Caull. went to Ocala Sunday for an
indefinite stay.
Rev. Staat very acceptably filled
the Presbyterian pulpit Sunday
morning and evening.
Messrs. Ward and Dozier Caldwell
are aiding the orange industry at
Lake Weir.
Mr. C. Cline returned from Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville Saturday.
The Texas Wonder cures kidney
and bladder troubles, dissolves grav gravel,
el, gravel, cures diabetes, weak and lame
backs, rheumatism, and all irregular irregularities
ities irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in
both men and women. Regulates
bladder troubles in children. If not
sold by your druggist, will be sent
by mail on receipt of $1. One small
bottle is two months' treatment, and
seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send
for testimonials from this and other
states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive St..
St. Louis, Mo. Sold by druggists. Ad
Let us show you the "New-Ist"
shoes for fall and winter at Little's
Shoe Parlor. 10-2-6t
A mild, gentle and effective laxa laxative
tive laxative is what people demand when
suffering form constipation. Thous Thousands
ands Thousands swear by Dr. King's New Life
Pills. Hugh Tallman, of San Anton Antonio,
io, Antonio, Tex., writes: "They are beyond
question, the best. pill my wife and
I have ever taken." They never
cause pain. Price 25c at all drug druggists,
gists, druggists, or by mail. H. E. Bucklin &
Co., Philadelphia or St. Louis. Ad
Estimates on any kind
of Building furnished on
short notice. All work
1. O. BOX. XO. 438.
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I''nr Roll of Volunteers for the
IWitchton Koal
J- E. Chaee with man and
Jake Brown, self, two drays.
F. V. Ditto, self and auto and two
Dr. L. H. Von Engelken, self, auto
and laborer.
. Mrs- J' R" Moorhead. aid serving
Mrs. Ola Potter, same as above.
Mrs. B. H. Seymour, as above.
Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk. same as above.
Mrs. Mae Bingham, same as above.
Mrs. F. W. Ditto and Mrs. Mamie j
Fox, dinner for ten and assistaace. J
Mrs. A. M. Lansford, twenty-fivbl
Mrs. W. H. Anderson and daugh-j
ter, dinner for twelve. i
Mrs. J. C. Howell, assist with din dinner.
ner. dinner. W. C. Blanchard, self.
Joseph P. Taylor, self, son and
team. Mr. Taylor lives on the Blitch Blitch-tcn
tcn Blitch-tcn road.
Perry Edwards, colored, self and
H. A. Fausett, self and two teams.
J. G. Kichline.
C. A. Scandrett.
S. Hickel.
Ocala Evening Star.
W. T. Gary, mule and wagon and
J. P. Phillips, mule and wagon
and auto.
R. S. Abbott, professional ser services.
vices. services. Dr. Boozer, self and laborer.
Dr. Walter Hood, self and laborer.
Marcus Frank, entire force of
Frank's store.
S. T. Sistrunk. self and man.
B. H. Seymour, self, auto and two
H. C. Jones, self, auto and eight
A. J. Leavengood, self.
R. C. Loveridge, self.
Ed Carmichael, self and two
! teams.
Capt. Tucker. Do his best.
W. F. Blesch, laborer.
II. S. Chambers, laborer.
D. S. Welsh, self.
C. L. Anderson, self and laborer.
Ocala Heights Dairy, team.
II. 11. Whitworth, self and man.
Mrs. W. V. Newsom. assist with
1 inner.
Ocala Lumber & Supply Co., team
and driver, probably two.
Ocala Boy Scouts.

J. W. Coulter,' self, two hands, one Morriston. twenty double teams with
HniiMa toom "j.nien to drive them for ten days'

Marion Hardware Company, II. B.
Clarkson and twelve men with shov-
j els, and one automobile for use dur
ing the day.
J. T. Burgess, self.
S. Pinkney, self
Dr. Blitch, auto, family and whole
L. M. Murray, laborer.
M. P'ishel, son and force.
The Carmichael & Son Co., one
double team and two men.
J. Lr Edwards, self and three la laborers,
borers, laborers, Charles Fishel.
C. E. Hightower.
A. G. Gates and auto.
C. L. Fox, self or laborer.
Fred B. Magaw, $1.50.
Blowers Lime Co., H. F. Goekins,
manager,' self and two laborers.
Mclver & MacKay, two teams and
E. M'clver, two laborers and
V. Roberts, one laborer and
Hayes & Guynn, one man.
C. L. Sistrunk, one laborer.
Herman Warshauer, self or man.
B. Goldman, laborer.
Joseph Malever, self and buggy.
J. W. Akin, laborer.
Carlisle Drugstore, two laborers.
Dr. Boozer, five men.
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, one la laborer.
borer. laborer. F. P. Gadson, one laborer.
Tompkins & Cobb, double team
and driver.
Jerry Burnett, one man.
D. W. Goodwin, $1.
Dodson & Rentz, one man.
C. J. Johnson, one man.
C. L. Izlar, self and auto.
R. F. Rogers, self and one man.
G. R. Smith, one day.
D. M. Barco, self.
W. K. Zewadski, self and laborer.
C. V. Smith, self and man.
G. W. Ray, one man.
J. P. Galloway, self and two labor laborers.
ers. laborers. Cash', $1.25.
C. E. Connor, self and man.
Wm. M. Gober, one day or $1.
L. A. Snow, one man.
Alfred Aver, $1.
E. T. Helvenston, one day.
Knight & Lang, two laborers, two
mules ana wagon.
W. L. Colbert, self and auto.
Baxter Carn, one-horse team.
F. A. Davies. self and auto.
Carter's Bakery, two men and 100
loaves of bread.
G. F. Williams, self and auto.
L. W. Harley & Bro., self, pick
!and shovel.
W. H. Anderson, self and three

sons, two-horse wagon and all nee-!

essary tools.
J. R. Dewey, self and one man.
L. F. Ballard, self one day.
A. E. Burnett, self and laborer.
J. A. Morris, Jr.. and three men.
M. A. TenEyck, self and laborer.
J. T. Hall. self.
Fred J. Burden, self and team.
Charles E. French, self.
Henry Gordon, $1.50.
Z. C. Chambliss. self
auto and
James Duffy, one day.
Jim Duffy, one day.
J. M. Whisenant and son, one day.
R. C. Muncaster. self. labor, moral
! support.
William Butler.
Mr. Pfifer.
W. J. Nelson, self.
J Mason Snelling, self.
G. T. Liddon, self, double team
land man.
J. W. Jenkins and team,
loe Potter and team.
Gordon Moorhead, services.
Gordon Sinclair, services.
B. Mcintosh.
Dr. F. E. McClane, self, auto and
L. S. Light, self and three men.
F. G. B. Weihe, self.
Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe, self.
F. E. Weihe.
Mrs. P. V. Leavengcod, help.
Dr. Blitch, auto, family and outfit.
Nathan Mayo, self, auto, double
team and driver.
J. F. Hall, self.
Judge Bell, self and auto.
J. M. Peterson, self or man.
Glover Miller, self.
W. A. McGuire of Morriston, self,
auto and five laborers.
H. A. Deubel, cash, $1.50.
J. T. George.
Roseboro Fant.
W. B. Hamden.
Roy and Glover Goodwin.
Henry Nelson (colored).
McDavid Hill.
J. L. Wiley, double team and driv driver,
er, driver, one day.
J. H. Brinson, self, man and team,
J. C. Howell, team.
Commodore W. S. Goodwin and
son, 10.
A. M. Lansford, self, auto and two
I). S. Woodrow, self and laborer.
S. J. McCuily, one day.
W. R. Roe and son, with double
mule team.
Court Pharmacj, team and man.
Joe Akin.
E. A. Osborn of the Morriston Co.,
W. I
Whitworth, self, man and
Mrs. M. B. Stewart, $1 cash.
Ladies of the Ocala W. C. T
100 dinners and assistance in
i ving.
R. L. Martin, self, transit and
E. L. Wartmann, Citra, cash $2.
Joseph W. Dodge, will drive cart
or wagon.
E. L. Howell of Ocala, self, auto
and two double teams. Twenty din dinners
ners dinners and assistance from Mrs. How Howell.
ell. Howell. Sam McAteer, self and team.
Dr. R. R. Williams, colored, Ocala,
Will Jenkins, colored.
In every home there should be a
bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery,
ready for immediate use when any
member of the family contracts a
cold or cough. Prompt use will
stop the spread of sickness. S. A.
iJti.-l nf Tnnn Mirh w.rirpsr "Mvi
whole family depended upon Dr.
King's New Discovery as the best
cough and cold medicine in the
world. Two 50c bottles cured me
of pneumonia." Thousands of other
families have been equally benefit benefited
ed benefited and depended entirely upon Dr.
King's New Discovery to cur their
coughs and colds, throat and lung
troubles. Every dose helps. Price
50c and SI All druggists. H. E.
Bucklen & Co., Philadelphia or St.
Louis. Ad
A. C. L. NORTH 5:05 a.
12:45 p. m. SOUTH 6:10 a.
2:10 p. m.; 2:30 p. m.; 9 p. m.
S. A. L. NORTH 12:50 p
4:10 p. m.; 9 p. m.. SOUTH
p. m.; 9 p. m.
Calvary 2 p. m.
English "Game."
Game, according to English law, in includes
cludes includes hares, pheasants, partridges,
grouse, black game,' ptarmigan and
Freh. oysters daily, "any style."
Merchant's Cafe, J. R. Ievey.l0-3-tf
Spiritual Force the Stronger.
Great men are they who see that
spiritual is stronger than any material
force; that thought rules the world. I
"Wren Is a p-r-on militant sks
the Inquisitive ihsrr-ib-r cf Whar
ten The Denver -paster who was
throwc out oi tis church wic'iow by
bis board of deacons and came back
rd 'icked the entire push was mill
tant. Huston Post.

Lost, Found, Wanted, For Sale Sale-For
For Sale-For Rent and Similar Local Needs

WANTED To buy a building lot
near center of town, about 100x100,
for cash. Box 265. 9-29-6t
FOR SALE Several sections of
shafting, different sfzes, for sale
cheap, at the Star office. 9-30-tf
FOR SALE A number of solid
steel, wood and cone pulleys very very-cheap.
cheap. very-cheap. Star office. 9-30-tf.
FOR SALE A lot of shafting
hangers. Apply at Star office. 9-30U
WANTED TO BUY Second hand
furniture and heating stove. Must
te in good condition. Address P. O.
Box 438. 10-l-6t
North Sanchez street 2 homes lot
120x205; must sell together or sep sep-erate;
erate; sep-erate; make me an offer quick. E.
R. Damoth, 207 Hodges building.
Detroit, Mich. 9-22-lm
FOR SALE If sold at once I-have
a splendid forty-acre farm with all
necessary buildings and improve improvements
ments improvements at a bargain. About $1500
cash will be necessary to make deal.
Balance on terms. Write "Owner,"
cars Ocala Star. 10-1-lt
FOR RENT A seven room house
with all latest improvements and
conveniences, also a four room flat
with gas stove and all conveniences.
Apply to Mrs. T. H. Wallis, 603
E. Second St., or phone 97 9-30-6t.
FOR SALE 350 acres cutover
pine land with railroad siding, shan shanties
ties shanties and good well of water; good for
vegetables and vine growing; price
$10 per acre; three miles from Dun Dun-nellon.
nellon. Dun-nellon. For information write J. G.
Baskin, Dunnellon, Fla. 9r30-lm
FOR SALE Two choice corner
lots, east Oklawaha avenue. Big bar bargain.
gain. bargain. Apply at Star office. S 2S-tf
FOR RENT Six room cottage
with bath, etc., corner Watula and
South Seventh streets. Apply at
Southern Express Office. 9 4-tf
WANTED At once, man with
family for general farm work. Ap Apply
ply Apply H. H. Whitworth. 9-25-tf
FOR SALE OR RENT A seven seven-room,
room, seven-room, two-tsory residence, with bath
and lights; 74 5 E. Adams street. Ap Apply
ply Apply to Tydings' drugstore. 10-3-6t
FOR RENT A six-room cottage
on South Third street, across from
(.the primary school building. Apply
to Dr. R. D. Fuller at his office over
Munroe & Chambliss Bank. 10-6-tf
FOR RENT Modern residence on
Fort King avenue; $35. Anderson
Pharmacy, phone 269. 10-2-tf
FOR RENT Three furnished
rooms for light housekeeping. Apply
this office or S20 S. 3rd St. 10-4-tf
Can't Help Wondering.
Parisian fashion leaders of the gen gentler
tler gentler sex have taken up the fad ot
tinting their complexions to match the
hues of their dresses. We just can't
help wondering how the lady with a
plaid dress is going to meet the exi exigency.
gency. exigency. Youngstnwn Telegram.
Mclver & MacKay
Funeral Directors
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes.
Funeral Directors
All Work Done by Licensed Em-
balmers and Fully Guaranteed
I. E. McIVHR 10
Undertaking Office 47
'Queen of Sea Routes''
Savannah, Baltimore, Philadelphia,
Boston and Providence
Fine steamers; best service; low
fares; wirelesi telegraph. Through
tickets lo and from principal points.
Send for booklet.
H. C. AVERY. A?ent,
Jacksonville, Fla.
L. D. JONES, C. A..
Seminole Hotel. Jacksonville. Fla.
"Finest coastwise Trip n the World-
Carpenter and Builder
Careful Estimates Made on All Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives more and better
work for the monev than any other
contractor in the city.



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It is a fine strengthening medicine for a torpid liver. The weakened
organ responds promptly to its powerful reviving influence. It corrects
the stomach and digestion. Purifies and regulates the bowels. Drives
out that languid half-sick feeling, makes you feel bright, vigorous
and cheerful. Try it.
Aik tor the noine with th Ed Z on the label. If yon rannot it remit to at. we will
end by mail potpaid. Simmon Lier Emulator it pot op aiao la liquid form lor tboac w&o preler
it. trice, $1.00 per bottle. Lock lor tbe iied Z label.


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nvt IMeirtr ismms. ft was incited
by a barrier rwf. over which tiit
w:vs broke in wh'teais ;;s far as 1
C; :M se I -u;;msi1 tii:it souivtiT souivtiT-llr.T
llr.T souivtiT-llr.T woiid I an o ;iihl: in t!ie reel'
t!:r-ir!i which we -ou:d sail. That
rr.-is inv.i hiy the :. with all suci''' ta:!t I h:;l ever kimwii r rea i
:ib-::;. i'.nt I i-nu'd li'-t -' the ojt.ii
ii::r f ri t' -:!t y-t. Toe la::"ii n
1'- '1 In tiit- !:-.rrier reef seein-d to be

:rn-r ir h iif :t i:i;le wide.

DR, F. E. McCLANE, M. D.

J Being a True Account of Certain j lu f
X c i vrrjj. a J. ; ,,r

-i- oiiange anu uuucuui nucn-
rures of Master John Hampdon, J i

Seaman, and Mistress Lucy

j Th- s:r:.l:irest part of tbe wbol-
st'. i.v v.-. that the idaud itself IHke
J :i v!iiTi-,i vT-:t wall rising straight
i; i !-uiii ;?ie ii for. I suiMNise. fr-.tii

el in t;ie lowest t :i rt to f-ei

... t

:nre without a iireaK. il waj

i.v.-red wiili jrreeuerv. It td up j

!i5 rampart of stone KP't'i

the Great South Seas.

The Dr. McClane Medical, Surgical and
Electrical Institute
PHONES Office, No. 333. Dr MjClane's Residence, No. 407.
Office Suite 1 to 7, Holder Block Southwest cor. Public Square.

Wilberforce, Gentlewoman, In "f



iv!'e"t We were 1 'lildn't -ee tile e!n!
of !! island, although from inv ii. .-tion
tion .-tion f it tile day l-efo-e 1 indeed -t
nrrhf l-e siv. r -ii:!it miles lorn:, and
: I h-l i'ed past it estimated it
w:! s'.'iovt the sruise hreadrh and near nearly
ly nearly ir-td:r in sha


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I t4"H4"H"l III I IH '1 1 1


Mohair .

- $10.00
. 12.50

Special Prices on Recovering Auto Tops:




In Which We Pass the Barrier.

HK laza rette was well provided.

and I stocked the boat hand handsomely,
somely, handsomely, not forjrettin? an ax. a
lantern uvA tinder box. There

was not iir.H-h water, but I emptied
some liottles of wine and rilled them,
although I did not iniicli worry on that
account because tliere would be I'leiity
of water undoubtedly on the is'.and.

boat was provided with a com com-and
and com-and a t;:at and sail. 1 i"t into
:is ':e swt'.ii- at the davit an!

t The
i pass
! 1 .-r

louir distnnce aw:tv on the other
side :md liard to he s(.i mt all front i
l!i level of the s.:i in the small boat i

lay other lsinmis. ramiiy ouiimeu on
the f n r h rixon.
i supp .-if must have thrashed
tor's' description ar.d i maUe u doul t
w shall chair-e upon tNT.i."
we tr:tiniel alon-. searching the
-iiore and sea and hud np notliii:4
After perhaps an hours monotonous
pitiir. when we lu'.d traversed abor.f
a third of the distance of the island,
we rounded a proje. tion of the eii'.l
.Uid there before us ne the stairs'.

What we s:tw was a u.u.inTic taiv-l
way. irregular. t'Ut made id h'.'pe
bl l:s of rouuh hewn stone, not .rai
rock, but harder stcre of tinner tex texture,
ture, texture, like Lir.ui.te ahiost. I was not

Beth Were RiCir.g to Lose.

A ot psidin A iiir jK-key j
-o':-!-;el; dilif h!s mi tn Ut. ih!s that that-iro.
iro. that-iro. -! n ra ii.j add-d iis :i p;Ttin uioni 1
tion; "'Never t !:k V.'. 1hi. I talked!
or too often I w::s riding m mat h
villi J. ;:!:! rrc li k :M:d lie. k j

V., t:et!ii t r M --d I said: I'n
no! i.roit:v: to v. 1:1 'i .ire!:"i you;' ti ti-il.i:
il.i: ti-il.i: w 'iH't ji- m 'a fi ?! 1 1
in,i 1 ii 1 win i.ii;ii -ii Na'ioii


It Wis 1 h. r ft i .jn m
ri.tioii ii,.-. if sn! :.-.:
. :in ll'."i I ; oi j;. ( .. !'

.is st -k ..'..i i : it.-r-
i'.f ii'; -i ? m
riC! ni.olV :'i.-J t:-t- It. .!, i ,l! t t:v "'u : -n n 't
' i. -: 'o ;: !n
.iZ- l.. ill ; ,i:-. i !-!Sil'..i;
IT- vr:ii'e l: Mh of i'- N i;'-'::Ter
;; or-! ttl. li III :!!! (! w -i:iitrv
I'Jlis :;ttn5 Mii to tile tat that ''.
'e-ti(i-:atUro !s riHl! :i I ill lili:or!ll
til! '!'!l !!! t!ie Ve:tr


An Cld Story.
"hid that palmist t -1 1 vim the trntl!
altont vours-if
"Yes. but my wife has lieen doiim
that foi years." Birmingham Ae-ller

I have just opened up my new
garage on North Main street, and
solicit a share of the patronage of
car owners in Ocala and surrounding
territory. The repair department
s prepared to do all kinds of auto automobile
mobile automobile repairing on short notice.
Xone but first-class workmen em employed,
ployed, employed, and therefore, I am in po position
sition position to guarantee every job that
!eaes the place. Rates will be found
reasonable as high-class workman workman-hip
hip workman-hip anJ gcol material can be furnished

TV C. Luckie,
8uilding formerly occupied by Idea


"Do you hv'ieve in sims?"

"(Vitaiuly. when they are to let pe Ur oUrcnases large stoc
pie know what business you are in."-, d secondand fu"rni

j M:lltt; AlllrTieaU.

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Goods subject to examination. Test of goods seen at
shop. Workmanship the best.
J. J. McCRANIE, Manager.

'. s;.ar and ear Then 1
I'-- filler, and presently ev ev-i
i ev-i . .... i . .. .

s reauy. uuu se.nw.

:!;t to H-rht a narrow locker i'i

! t!:" caMa.n's room, which I foreed
$20.00! open and whi h I found to contain a
25 (JO j tin- fowliiiu pic-e. a double barrel- I

shof-run and a heavy rausuci vn.i
plenty f powder a:il ball These I
passed into the boat also
"Have you '1 now what yoa wish
to take':"" I asked when all my prepa-
l. ....!

rations were cemp.eieo.

by local applications, as they canno
reach the diseased portion of the ea.
There is only one way 'o cure dea
nesf, and that is by constitutiona.
remedies. Deafness is caused by t.
inflamed condition of the mucous lin lining
ing lining of the Eustachian Tube. When

made bv man. and 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
hear'ng will be destroyed foreve:
nine cases out of ten are caused by

familiar with the ci;e eithei. There
was no symmetry about it. sniiie of ike
stones rose perhaps three I' m t a!.d o! ;
ers not more than as many inches bat
stairs tey certainly were and t!i

surelv hail heel

stones were most carefully til'el.
in ir laid up without mortar. t'.:o sur surfaces
faces surfaces so dose that 1 on d scar thrift
a knife blade betw-en. The huire
blocks were of monstrous si:'- too.
much too jzroat in Its11 ami wei -nt to
be handled by any primitive m --h-nd

We can ote you money on your
Furniture and Household Furnish-

tock of both


We make a "specialty of the IN INSTALLMENT
make you low prices and easy terms.
Try our method, you will like it.
Seoond-Kaml Furniture 15oujht at

illi;l.est Market Price.

A change of linen, some toilet ar


answered.; and final laid them up in the form
i of stairs.

Akin Stie IPlomtlbep
Is now prepared to give ydu estimates on all kinds of
and everything in this line. When placing your con contracts
tracts contracts for work in my line let me have an opportuni opportunity
ty opportunity to save you money. All work installed is on strict
guarantee of satisfaction.
Phone 383 or 235 S. Osceola St. Ocala, Fla.

. osz :!inl necessaries. briiMi ami

needles and thread." sh
l.Mi-,.' no her bundle

flood" 1 I iudtred it wn-! Nor d d the stairs alone a waken our
rbn-'i't !o oVl.xk at niu'ht "Now. do' amazement and Mui ken our curiosity.
' ...... .i... nvul-mi i Thev ended in a v 1'hil' belt of sand.

She had not been cm the ship f 1 here a little wider thm eisewhe
... ..: l.........l K...,n on itlir s:ih two

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insfiiitlv nslai j tic Statues or Mists or stone nai oeen

ere t'd Their bass were

ivil tih.:mis I thoutrht 1 never oUil

conceive how natives or primitive iiu-ii catarih, which is nothing but an in
could have shaped them, moved then: Tamed condition of the mucous sur



buried in

six montiis

somethintr. ami

n)i- I

,re vou oiiiK to lower It the sand, an.i tney .o-e io p:,ie
I my height above and I am pnd six

f,.r i feet and more tall These stones were

carved into the rourh yet not unreal

;o up on do k




Cents Per Crate Delivered.

Cash Must Accompany Orders.
J.D. BAUGH, Winter Haven, Fla.

Broadway and 14th street. Union Square.

f.i:t how

away ';"
"I will have to

that." I said.
P. ut won't they see you':"
"I .'on't think so. but whether thc
do or not we must chan- e it. but if
n feii. ill. i h-itTHMi to me I'll cut

u i i i ; i 1 -' ---ii
J. .i.lrift :iTld vou will be

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(Joii's hands.,
Si;.-i fly I assisted her to take her
place in the stern sheets. It was not
a Ian:' boat. On the contrary, yet she
made but a small figure sitting there.
Then I went on deck I had a can of
oil wi h me to oil the blocks. It was
rs I!Ml. P.y that time everybody
on the ship wrs asleep in a drunken
stupor. .The ship was deserted so far

human supervision was eoivernen

Still 1 didn't!e( t any precaution j

1 oiled the shives of the block and
lowered the heat away carefully, inch
bv inch, until it was water borne 1
reassured mv mistress by whispered

We will give One Hundred Dollars
fcr any case of deafness i caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by

t Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu

lars, free.
J. F. Cheney & Co.. Toledo. Ohio
Sold bv druggists. 75 cents.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con constipation.
stipation. constipation. Ad

likenesses of human faces.
Wliv we had not discovered

New Fuel for Autos.
Rhodesia is distilling alcohol



:is I did so. Sh' had had her i"-


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srructions and riirht well she

tli.-m She ha.d boat hook out and
fend. 1 off the minute the boat tom-hed
the water. For me t belay the falls
and slide down the forward one to cast
off ami take my place in the bo: t was
but the work of an instant. The oars oars-had
had oars-had been c.-irefully muffled Although
the noise of the waves rendered eon
versa tion quite safe, we neither of us
spoke a word until I had rowed some
distance from tin ship.
!! was nearly midnight before we cot
everything shipshape, my lady brave
ly helping me with her best efforts
and the little vessel threshed gallautl

through, the big seas. I
I had carefully taken my bearing J
during the day and as 1 had a good
compass on the boat 1 knew exactly
how to steer. Fortunately the win!
held steady. 1 laid her course s.
as t clear the northeast end of the
island, around which 1 intended to
swing so as to be hidden from the
ship at daybreak.
I told her after awhile that she was
safe. No sound had come frcin the
ship and tbe lights in the cabin whi -h
at first we could see dimly presently presently-disappeared.
disappeared. presently-disappeared. Our escaie had not been
discovered. 1 suggested at last that
she should go to sleep. I arranged th
boat cloak and blankets and although
she had to be much persuaded I finally
prevailed upon her to lie down in the
boat, her head by my knees, and thu
we sailed on through the night.
When day broke I hauled aft th th-sheet
sheet th-sheet and beaded the boat to the south

w.i nl for 1 had now Tossed the head

of the island and could run down tht
other side. Py the time it vvas fairlj

dawn 1 had made enough southing tc

place the north end of the island be
tween ourselves and the ship. I steer
ed the boat toward the laud.

My hopes were high and 1 felt a kind
of exhilaratiou at our escape, although

I was by no means inclined to mini

roize the possibilities of peril we might
boon be compelled to meet. The island

was our destination, however, and for

it therefore I determinedly headed my

small craft with its precious and stil
peacefully sleeping cargo.

The island was unlike any I had ever
looked UDon. In the first Dlace. like


stairs from seaward was because they cornetalks and using it for fuel in au au-didn't
didn't au-didn't come squarely down to the wa- tomotiles and other internal combus-
. t ii fin ti At ore

in i ter's edge at right angles to me wan.
I but lav. as it were, parallel to a niche.

within the wall so that they were, WOMKX WHO CiET DIZZY
cmnvh:it sheltered from observation t

fr.mi the se- I Everv woman who is troubled

We broke upon them suddenly, there-, with dizzy spells, backache, head head-fore
fore head-fore Mistress I.ucv clutched my arm.; ache, weakness, debility constipa constipa-.
. constipa-. ..i... ..-ii ?n-tion or kindey troubles should use

me giani suu.m..,. w ""Elpc.tric Bitters. They give relief

amazement. jwheu nothing else will, improve the

"It is indeed. I said, just as a health, adding strength and vigor

set forth in the parchment." from the first dose. Mrs. Laura

"And the great stone faces." she add added
ed added in a voice in which there was a
touch of awe.
"Let us go nearer and ascend the
stairs," I said, taking her hand and
leading the way. and she was so pre preoccupied
occupied preoccupied that she did not notice.
1 observed as we approached the
stairs that the rock had been worn
smooth by the wind and weather, or
maybe by the passing of many feet
md were quite practicable for ascent
The angle at which they rose was


Market and Laundry

I let ween

9-11 dly
Plione 4HI.


The wool season will soon be
here, and it isn't a bad plan to
prepare for its coming now.
am in shape to fill a limited
anio..nt of or ers for well sea seasoned
soned seasoned OAK WOOD in any desir desired
ed desired lengths. Gei my prices befor2
laying in your fall and winter
supply. Call Z'hone 114. or leave
your orders at the Count's Gro Grocery
cery Grocery Store. Cor Ft. King avenue
an. I S. Main street.

(Continued Monday)

Good Time Now
For Blood Health

i ro;n

Gaines, of Avoca, La., says: "Four
doctors had given me up and my
rhiltren and all my friends were
looking for me to die. when my son
insisted that I use Electric Bitters.
I did so, and they have done me a
world of sood." Just try them. 50c

and ?1 at all druggists or by mail.
H. E. Bucklen & Co., Philadelphia
or St. Louis. Ad

Church 9G0 Years Old.
The nine-hundredth anniversary of
the oak-walled parish church of
Greenstead, near Ongar, Essex, Eng England,
land, England, has just been celebrated. The
church, which is built of split oak
trees, is the only one of its kind in the
country, and bids fair to last another
900 years.

Energies Are More Keeis
and Respond Quickly
to Help.


The soothing, healing medication


MENT penetrates every tiny pore of

the skin, clears it of all impurities

slops itching instantly. Dr. Hob Hob-son's
son's Hob-son's Eczema Ointment is guaran guaranteed
teed guaranteed to speedily heal eczema, rashes,
ringworm, tetter and other unsight unsightly
ly unsightly eruptions. Eczema Ointment is
a doctor's prescription, not an ex experiment.
periment. experiment. All druggists or by mail
50c. Pfeiffer Chemical Co., Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia and St. Louis. Ad
Rather Risky.
The man who always closes his eyes
to the unsightly things in Mfe is
pt to slip up on a banana peel.

Call Phone 267
OcaSa Meat Market
.when you want First-class
Fresh Meat, Fish or Vege Vegetables.
tables. Vegetables. Corn-fed pork from
my ovn farm. Al Rhame.
Ocala's best cutter, will
serve you. Prompt delivery.
412 X. Magnolia St.. Ocala, Fla.

Now Is The Time
To have your home brightened up.
'ntericr Decorating including Kalso Kalso-mining.
mining. Kalso-mining. Tinting, Papering and Paint Painting
ing Painting Neatly and Cheaply Done.

Wall Paper in all Grades from 10c
a Roll Up

Work fully guaranteed; estimates
cheerfully furnished.
Call Phone 285

If voa are down with rheumatism : if
tu sWze. feel ciiil'c -d. are choked with
t":arrh. hare a c ;:;:b. or your skin is
pi.-r.If'd end irr:tatd with rasb. eczema,
or any other Ll.-.od ':s- 3'ist remem
ber that all the ills of life corae from im im-rre
rre im-rre biood. And vou ac fzi.'.y give your
Hood a pond tboruuirh k:iu;nr. a bath
bv ufing S. S. S. Tiier" is no need I r

nvr.i to re deT)on'--iit f-v-r i.ins.f

For W eakness and Loss of Appetite
the Old Standard general Hrensthening tonic
'ROVE'S TASTFXESS chil' TONIC, drives ov
.Ialria and builds up the system. A true tor, tor,-ad
ad tor,-ad sure Appetizer. ForaduHsandcV.ldren. 5-

Isaac Simmons
Ocala, Florida


r.f 'Mood imr-nriii'?. No rr.:itt r how ba!'y
thev attack' the t-terj. or how;:y
t eo.nies the sidn. just remember ther" is
(T-" larredient in S. S. S. that s-
the cellular tiss-ies Throu?Lo?u f.e
Hrrfr T)."t ea. h rnrt se'.eoTS its li-

ser.T'al E".tr:menT fr rn the Mood.
This means that a'l i?oay. all brik brik-ir.ff
ir.ff brik-ir.ff d'wa of the ti.s''-s. is chet-ked an 1
r-rnir work begins. S. S. S. ha su. h a
s-r-e :Sc icfluence on a!l ioeal ce!! as to
preserve their mutual welfare and afT rd
a proper relative assistance to each otVr.
Fr manv rears people relied upon Mcr Mcr-curv.
curv. Mcr-curv. Iodide" of Potash. Ar'-ni "rhysi
"athartics and" as remedies for
Mood pitkne?. but now the pure vegetable
S. S. is their safeguard.
You can jret S. S. S. in any drug store,
but insist upon havlne it. And you should
t'.fce no chance bv permitting anyone to

recommend a substitute. Ana n

t loon conauion is sucn uni u , .4T,
like to consult a SpHUst freely, address I jead, 'Will rise

Medical Iept

Swiit Bldg., Atlanta. Ga.

Notice is hereby given that under
and bv virtue of a decree rendered by

' Hon. W. H. Bullock. jude of the clr clr-icuit
icuit clr-icuit court of the fifth judicial circuit
of Florida, in and for Marion county.
in chancery, in a certain cause therein
pendins; wherein Joseph Hell is com complainant
plainant complainant and R. C Muncaster is de de-'
' de-' fendant, I will on
m.m ..I tk l.r f (l.tnl,. 1(llt

Many nervous, irritable, dissatised. irjurin- the lesrai hours of sale, offer

imKonnv nmon woiilr! hpcnmp calm f.r ale and will sell to the highest

Having Too Many Things.

,j v.t Ki,-?,1t.r for r-ash all the riirht.

and contented if they would store, r,rjViiee.s. title and interests of R. C.
give or throw awav half Of their be- : Muncaster and R. C. Muncaster and
f u v j ii Josep'i Bell as late co-partners, lately
longings. Some have abandoned ele- oing- business as Muncaster & Bell;
gant residences and taken tbit fami--under and in and to that certain con con-f,
f, con-f, . ,. tract of date Nov. 2nd. 1'j12. between
lies into hotels or bearding h ases c Muncaster and J. K. Chace and
who could have continued to keep up Helen T. Chace: which said contract is
... ... f .. I recorded in deed records, book isO at
their hemes if, instead of giving up iVJ s3. office of clerk of circuit
the houfes themselves, thev had dene court of Marion county. Florida
... a ; T-7-ed-to-10-5 C. CONNOR,
awaj Aith the Fiiper.ioiTP furnishings. "; Receiver of Munc-a.-ter & Uell.

Be noble I and the nobleness that

on!d PS n oter men sleeping, but never

in majesty u meet

The Jw5ft Specific Co.. 213 own. Lowell.

Ready for the Front Row.
Everybody polish up their dome a
bit another musical comedy thow ia
cominp to this section. Alaska. Dis-patcb