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
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Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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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.
M). 11(5


Entirely CoiiMMeiit With ex Ap Apportionment,
portionment, Apportionment, Says I'lMHiiiient
IVnsar;ila Atturncj
Pensacola, Oct. 7. "Florida's re re-districting
districting re-districting act will Le effective tor
next year's congressional elections,
and the c-andiiates lor Congress ,u
the 1 1 4 primaries must run :ri.n
the four districts as la the
act," declared Robert H. An lersou.
the well known Pensacola attorney,
to a reporter, says the Journal.
"Notwithstanding certain re. en:
opinions to the contrary, 1 am satis satisfied
fied satisfied that this is correct," continue 1
Mr. Anderson, "and I belie. e an an analysis
alysis analysis of the case and of : lie prece precedents
dents precedents hearing on it will eonvinc? al almost
most almost everyone of ihe correctness of
this iew."
Mr. Anierscn bases his opinion en
the following grounds:
1st. That the legislature'ei
the congressmen to he e!e?:e.l in
lit 14 from the new dlsticts ;r; li lied
ed lied in the act.
2n 1. That if they are i;o: elected
from those new distri :ts an; if the
present districts ceae to exist with
the termination of the pre.-tn: con congressional
gressional congressional term (.March 4. 1 : i 5 ) a
congressman electe 1 from an old oi
present district wotild, when he went
to take his seat March 4, 1P15. fin I
himself in the peculiar position o:
having been electe I to a position
which di 1 net exi.-t.
:irJ. That when C'.aude L'Engie
ran for the position o c n re-.-Mia ?
ft large in I '. 1 1! h. then ru. :cr c.r.
office which did not exist until after
Ma roll of the following year: a;; 1
there is no more ennsistene-' in his
running next year for an o Vice that
will not exist until the f-iloviiz
year than there wrts in running la-r
j ea r for a position whi h di I i:c:
exist until this year.
Christian CT.iirrh will H !l It M-i-iiu;
in the (.ate fit y
N-l Year
Atlanta, Oct. 7. Telegram- from
Toronto. Cana la announce that it
lias just been decided there that the
1914 convention of the Christian
Church will come to Atlanta. Ihe
convention lasts ten days an I it is
sail it will bring Kt.oOo visitors to
the city. The Atlanta convention
bureau has been working to bring
this gathering here.
Fourth Annual Meeting at the Uni University
versity University of Florida
Following is the program to be
followed at the citrus fruit seminar
to be held at the experiment station
at the State University in Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, Oct. 13 to 10 inclusive:
Lecture on Observations in Cali California
fornia California Citrus Groves. 1 H 1 :S. Maj. V.
L Floyd, professor of horticulture.
University of Florida.
Xursery Inspection and Grove
Troubles, Dr. E. W. Berger. state
nursery inspector.
Dieback. Yelow spotting. Freneh Freneh-ing.
ing. Freneh-ing. B. F. Floyd, physiologist, ex experiment
periment experiment station.
Melanose. Stem End and other
diseases. H. E. Stevens, pathologist,
experiment station.
Loss of Fertilizer by leaching, ef-
for other things
things you pay
that your tailor

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' lis n. :hm:$T. experiment station.
V, ul'e Fiy. :n.-e ts. rust, mite spi-d-.
m:es an 1 :n-r -. J. R. Watson.
tr. ( moloi.-. eriment station.
Frra-e an i reel crcps. .1. M. .Scot.
r.n;:::al in It.srrialisr. exe; rinient sta station.
tion. station. V i' hf-r-ip. an: hra. ncse. citrus cjl-
re. gio.e sanitarian. P. H. Rolfs.
'1'r- tor experiment station.
Th ai-o'. e subjects are assure!
: r. i it is a!o ex; ecte 1 to secure the
-cries o' a number of people from
h-"- i ni'el S ates Department of Ag Ag-i
i Ag-i re. c.r. I others.
Mrs. I'.evroat Victim m' a I ourteen ourteen-t
t ourteen-t i':d Muiderer
(. hi ag Oct. 7. Mrs. Mildred
AL.s i! iJeroa:, can. in; tea .her.
i: ., a.- -lit to death at Wheat on.
i..i:.o..- a vxoek ago. was the victim
a ern lilue Hear 1. who. ac ac-.
. ac-. i.ii- his oa n confession, ha 1
c! li.i tc-t'-n o.bers iu as many
; ears.
i.e;;:. e:;. c". arrcste I in a h o:n
:he .-o ;:h side le'ee district
r.-Ji.'.-. ; o:::e.-.-e : that he not only
i i-.e i Rexr-'nt. bat Ays.', he ha'
. a:i r'o ,;i "cu ; ersons.
t'.'j was i ositively iitn'iiiel as the
..: .-. cio. s ..: Z yucer with whom
Mrs. It. vr. a: left Chicago on the
. !. wa.- kill? '. Mrs. Kexroat's
bio:; -s i suitcase was found' in
h'.s ioocu. r.s also was The revolver
.i!h '. hi h he .-i 1 he killed lier.
'Ihe ; i;,f. v.hiie in doubt as to
ill -j u:ll :i.;h e: Spender's story, are
en 'ht-y have to. in;! a
n h .i!t -i.e '..luri'.ei er.
e::. -er's ciuession was so startl startl-iii
iii startl-iii ; i; : roljal'Iy wo.i! 1 h;ie re
el-, ed :,o cre"e::.e ha 1 not the s .it .u se and the revolver at
.t -..-: I v.v: of his state state-:
: state-: : e r. t
UXAUi'i'i:; H IT.!) M l IMIV
Uoet wli. Fdopcd with Sinclair"
Witt in an Fuglih I'ri-on
Sou; hamptcn, (3ct. 7. Harry
Ie.up. an American who writes poe poetry
try poetry an 1 who once eloped with the
v ife of Upton Sinclair, will be ar ar-::.iuncd
::.iuncd ar-::.iuncd I e.'ore a magistrate to. lay
o:i the charge of stowing away on
: lie steamship Oceanic. The Oceanic
arrivel here yesterday and Kemp
spent the night in jail.
1 lie poet shippei on the Oceanic
as a stowaway prior to the steamer's
le; arture to America. He was with without
out without money, but as he today lemark lemark-e
e lemark-e '.. lie had an irresisrabie desire to
visi" i-uigian l. He had tried in vain
for an opp rtnuity to work his way
on a cattle ship and so walked
aboard the Oceanic. He sent a note
i t'.:e a; tain confessing that he was
without funis and was put to work
as an assistant steward.
coxcoi:da loik;e f. u. t)F A.
Concorlia Lodge. Fraternal Union
oi America, meets in Yonge's Hall
on the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F.M.
Chas. K -5age. Secretary. Ad
Fott King Camp No. 14 meets in
Yonge's Hall at S p. m. every second
Friday. Visiting sovereigns always
welcome. J. F. Thompson. C. C.
Chas. K. Sage. Cle-k. Ad
Next meeting Friday night. Oct. 10.
Freh eyters dailj, "any style."
Merchant's Cafe-. J. II. Dewey. lO-S-tf

if you decide to buy one of our $8.50 suits instead of paying $12.50 to $15. You 11 get the same
other stores for fit, quality of materials, good tailoring, correct style; they're all in our $8.50
needn't believe it simply because you read it here; see the cloths themselves; then you'll realize
can't give you anything better.


I'fonii'ed the I ilipino in the Near
Future by the Representative
of the I 'resident
Manila, I. I.. Oct. 7. Francis
iiurton Harrison of New York, the
newly appointed governor-general oi
tne Philippines, arrive J here yester
.uy on LoarJ the steamship Man Man-.haria.
.haria. Man-.haria. He was greeted on his ar arrival
rival arrival by a crowd of se.eral thousand
people, many of whom had come
trom the provinces. Traffic in the
streets of the city was brought to a
standstill by the crow. is. Several ot
the welcoming delegations were ac accompanied
companied accompanied by ban s. T lie Manchuria
vas met dovsn the bay by a riotilla
of steam launches, one of which took
out Newton W. Gilbert or Fort
vVayne. Ind., the v i"e-go ernor.
Go ernor-General Harrison. on
landing, drove from the pier by a
ro..n .-about route to the Lune a.
where he delherei his inaugural a 1-ire.-.s.
'Ihe ad iress e:ni;odle.l instruc instructions
tions instructions receive 1 from I resident W'iiscn
through Secretary Garrison, stating
broa i!y the administration's ; olicy
.ovvari the Philippines.
The instructions declared that ev every
ery every step would le taken with a view
to the ultimate indepen !ence to the
islan !s. Also, it was announce I that
ihe first step to le taken at once, to
.-yive native citizens the majority in
.he appointive commission an i thus
.:i both branches or' the 1 hilippine
- -.isiiu ii i e.
"With Presi'ont Wilson's senti-
o u s an 1 i oii.-v I am in complete
accord," said Governor-General Har Harrison.
rison. Harrison. "Within the scpe of my of office,
fice, office, I shall do my utmost to ail in
the fulfillment of our prmoise and I
am confi'tnt we shall thereby
hasten the coming day o: in e. en 1 1-ence.
ence. 1-ence. "For ourselves we confidently ex expect
pect expect of you that dignity of bearing
and self-restraint which are the out-'
ward ex i 'ernes of the !aily growth
of ( cnscio.isness of position.
"Your indepen lence is at stake,
an 1 until it is complete we shall de demand
mand demand unremitting recognition of our
"You are on trial before an inter international
national international tribunal an 1 we eagerly
a wait convincing proof that you are;
capable of establishing a stable gov government,
ernment, government, necessarily a democratic
one. which is of the people.
"I call upon every g od citizen,
native an 1 toiei'iu. for assistance
an 1 support. We place within your
reach the instruments of reiemp--tion."
Manuel Quezon. Filipino delegate
to Congress, translated the inaugural
a dress. Every reference to inle-
pen ie-nce was greete 1 with applause. I
Governor-General an 1 Mrs. Harrison
hen held an informal reception and!
afterwarl drove to the palace in the.
suburb of Malacanan.
d; dm Mills f Miami May Have; l'ur-j
nihcl Piece' !e Keitaii(M t a
Caunihal Dinner
Miami. Oct. 7. Has Jehn Mills, a;
Miami man and well kno.xn naviga-l
tor. become a victim of cannibals, in in-German
German in-German New Guinea. Australia. i
Friends in the city are hoping to I
hear that such is not the case, but a; ;
the same time are fearrul that it may!
be true because of a report from
San Francisco telling of the horrible:
death of Dr. Herbert L. Clark audi
? 1 Hn vJ l T.vtJTV-in' -ant nut w rVi!
i M is a. i A l r: n ii a u l. vc i v e u iuc
i Carnegie Institution of Washington.
I) C to do research work in marine
line in that country, with whom, it is


HAVE 4L(Q)(0)

known. Mills was probably travel-
ing. He left Miami in the early
summer to go to Australia with the
scientists sent out by the institution!
t-j act as engineer in the small launch;

in which they left Sydney. Australia,
bound for Queensland. Dr. Alfred
G. Mayer, it is also known, was one
of the party, and it is feared that he
nay also have met his fate at the
'.ian Is of sav ages.
Atlantic Cuast Line Kpeeial Kates to
Marie n County Fair
On Nov. 25 to 2S. the Atlantic
Coast Line will sell round trip tick tickets
ets tickets to Ocala as rates quoted below:

2.4 5
2 0
.G5 j
1 .7e
1 0
1.4 5
2.1 5
1 S 5
1.5 5
1.2 5
2. mi
.5 0
2.1 5
ft. Oil
2. .55
. 1 5
2.2 0
1 .lo
2.0 5
1 S 5
1 .50

Altoona .
Alachua .
Crani'or i :
Center Hill
handler .
Crystal .
Cltra ....
Dale City
Edgar .
Ex inst on
Fort White
Iran 1 Island
High Springs
La ly Lake
Lake City
Mart el
Morrist on
Mt. Dora
Orange Lake
Pine Mount :;.:;
San ford
Tax a res
I let urn
Limit: November
(up to and including this date. I
Fare, tor 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 marke 1. stamped or punchel
1 ;,
Asst. Gen. Passenger Agent.
Gen. Fassensrer Agent.
Tokio. Oct. 7. Buddhists in a
mass meeting yesterday adopted a
resolution in the form of a message
to President Woodrow Wilson bear-

ing on the Japo-Ameriean relations,
The message which was forwadel to
the President follows:
"For the sake of universal peace
an 1 the progress of hamanitv. which

are the ideals of Buddaism. we are
: aying homage to the President,
earnestly wishing for the develop development
ment development of a friendship letween Japan
and the United States based on lib liberty
erty liberty an 1 justice xvith the exclusion
f the religious an 1 racial preju prejudices."
dices." prejudices." j
Three thousand Buddhists were
present. M. Oishi. leader of the
orogresive party, declare 1 that only
cy war could Japan obtain funda fundamental
mental fundamental solution of the California
land question. He urgel determina determination
tion determination on part of the nation to back
up the authorities. j
'.'id. dame- K. Ta'.c Couhl't Tarry
An Lunger for Death
tf C 11H
New York, Oct. 7. An agei man
said to be Col. James E. Tate, a na native
tive native of Georgia, wa found dead Sun Sun-ay
ay Sun-ay hanging in his room in a hotel.
.: is said he committed suicide.
Loope 1 aroun 1 his neck xvas a thin
packing cord, the end of which xvas
..el to a window hook. The feet of
be c.ead man touche 1 the tioor and
the body was in a semi-sitting posi posi-.ion.
.ion. posi-.ion. An ambulance surgeon said
eath must have come to the man
s.o .vly. A bank book showing a bal balance
ance balance on deposit of $S.lii and made
out to James E. Tate, was found on
the body. It is sail that Col Tate
f. r a number of years was in busi business
ness business in Baltimore.
Seven Hundred Men Killed in the'
Fighting Around Santa
El Faso, Oct. 7. Meager derails
of the battle of Santa Rosalia, Chi Chi-nuahua.
nuahua. Chi-nuahua. in which Gen. Francisco
Castro and his 4.7o federal troops
s u-ceetle t in defeating and routing
Francisco Villa and his 4. on combin-
et rebel forces, in licate that the;
battle was. desperate.
Gen. Salzar of the federal forces!
estimate 1 the total dead at 7oo.j
The ca.-t. allies were mostly on the:
re ;el si .e. The loss of life among
the non-combatants in the town, re resulting
sulting resulting from the federal lire, he stat stat-e
e stat-e !, w as enormous.
Ocala Lodge. No. 28G, Benovelent
and Protective Order of Elks, mets
the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. .Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren a1 ways welcome.
Chas. W. Hunter, E. R.
Joseph Bell, Secretary. Ad.
Absolutely the best. No condensed
milk used. l int 25 cents, quart 4 0
cents, gallon, packel. $1.50. Deliv Deliv-ere
ere Deliv-ere to any part of the city.
N. B. Or !ers for gallons and oxei
must be booked not less than four
hours before delivery. Any flavor
can be furnished in gallons or more.
Vanila and chocolate always on hand.
"The S'ore A. ccommo 'ating." Phone
2 y-29-tf
The Hart. Schaffner & Marx ready ready-to
to ready-to wear clothing need no introduc introduction
tion introduction in Ocala. Waterman is exclus exclusive
ive exclusive agent for this superior lint 9-22
Moose meet Thursday night.



As Coiniiiidoiir Cieueral for the
State at the Panama Pacific
Santcrd. Oct. 7. That Florida
will have an exhibit at the Panama Panama-iacific
iacific Panama-iacific International Exposition,
whi.h will open in San Francisco in
February 1915, and continue for a
perio i of ten months, is assured Ly
the iact that Governor Trammell has
appointel A. V. French of Sanford.
as commissioner general for the en entire
tire entire state of Florida, to take care of
the state's interests at the exposi exposition.
tion. exposition. There are many other prominent
est ents of the state who were as as-:
: as-: vent? or this appoinrenent. but
- 1 t il all phases of the various appli appli-auts
auts appli-auts had I een properly weighed and
j n-i "er-d, it xvas deemel best for
.lie fifty integrals of the state to in-e.-t
the responsibility for the suc suc-css
css suc-css of the state's representation in
?r. French.
A position of the character which
x'r. French has assumed to fill, re requires
quires requires attributes of the most prog progressive
ressive progressive nature; a broad view of the
requisites necessary to the develop develop-rent
rent develop-rent of the state's industrial, com commercial,
mercial, commercial, mineral, agricultural and
penological resources and a knovv knovv-7e
7e knovv-7e 'ire of current coniitions within
the stat- that can only 1 e secured
ly a l"ng resi'ence and constant
study of that which is of the most
potential interest to the state's ex ex-1
1 ex-1 ar.siTn and happily these various
attributes are accredited to Mr.
"re nl it is believe 1 he will
-e them to the full measure of his
ability to make a crelitable showing
f Flnri'a in its far away competitor.
Shut Up by Ilebels in a Desieged
' China City
Haul-o.v, Oct. 7. Four thousand
;,ifcin.;:e;it soldiers surround the of Tsoa Yang where a number
of American and Norwegian mission missionaries
aries missionaries aie in the hands of Chinese? Chinese?-'.an
'.an Chinese?-'.an its. Oificial telegrams received
at the otlke of General Liyuen Hang,
.Le president of the republic, re re-or:
or: re-or: an attempt by the bandits to
escape from the city. On Thursday
i.ening they opened all the gates
an 1 triel to escape through the gov govern
ern govern met: t cordon, but failed. Desul Desul-rory
rory Desul-rory fighting for several hours en ensue
sue ensue 1 and the bandits retired within
the walls. Two hundred bandits
n i eleven soldiers were killed.
One report estimates that the ban ban-its
its ban-its numbered 1,jio all well armed.
-Ikirmi.-hes daily are occurring.
"tegulir convocations of the Ocala
hapter No. 13,, R. A. M.. on the
ourih Friday in every month al
:::o p. ni. C. B. Connor. IL P.
Jake Brown. Secretary. Ad
TPh Verham's Cafe is a first class
la e to take your meals. Open night
ind day. J. R. Dewey, proprie proprietor.
tor. proprietor. 2-28-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







Odd Fello1.






Council meets this evenin.

lock tin- 1 ii-i

Game in

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a e-a .-i;
i; .-i; : i

s on


Board of Trade tomorrow night.

Hoard of Trade Wednesday night.

Moo.-e meet Thursday evening.

Our li';r;
a :iio:e fair
show nig nit
which hat
donations :
Dr. and

ian. Mi.-s
tul on- i.-n.-.v




v. a

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f. i;


f A. meets Thursday night.

:-.n reiser

volumes historical tale
Groves, one volume new


Woodmen meet Friday evening.

When will the city council nut an
end to the track scale nuisance at the
Kendrick road crossing?

Mr. Rae Ferguson has accepted a
position at the soda fountain in the
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.

Mr. V. I'. Smith, a leading citizen

of Wacahoota. was a visitor in Ocala )rarv
today, and called on several of his j



Mr.-. II. C.
fict ion : Miss

Kate Gamsby. six volumes new lie-:
ition; twenty volumes in one day.
I This begins to show appreciation.
. Let the good work continue every every-;
; every-; one take a look thru their library
j and see what you can donate and
j semi it in, thus all are benefited,
j Soon the library association will

have a delighttul entertainment ana
every one should be looking for forward
ward forward to this whereby a good cause
will be aided. Don't forget your li-

J. I). Rooney, Secretary.

Mr. Kenton Souter. who had his
hand badly rut some weeks ago at
the McDowell mill, is rapidly recov recovering
ering recovering from his wound. He paid the
Star a pleasant call today.

A. Sansom. the skilled painter
formerly with the Dodge Co.. return returned
ed returned Sunday from a trip thru the
northern states, and is back on his
oi l job with renewed vigor.

il'nitei Press Asoe:atioiis i
Xw York. Oct. T. The World
Serit-s bt-uri at 1 o'clock today be before
fore before one of the creates: crowds ever
seen at a ball game.
The batteries were as follows:
Philadelphia Render and Schang.
Xew York Marquard and Meyers.
The Game by Inninj-s
First Athletics, u; Giants.
Second Athletics. ; Giants. 0.
Third Athletics. 0; Giants. 1.

Fourth Athletics. 3: Giants.
Fifth Athletics. 2: Giants,
Sixth Athletics. 0: Giants. 0.
Crandall now pitching for Giants
Seventh Athletics, '; Giants. 0.
Eighth Athlelics. 1: Giants, 0.
Tesreau now p'tehing for Giants.
Ninth Athletics, Giants. 0.

Athletics Six runs. 11 hits

Giants Four runs. 1 1 hits, no
Game called at V. : 1 '- p. m.

ir:z around

of Mrs. Wilson. who w as
: h-r home near Oak last
y morning. All these stories

are a.-ele?.- and some are unjust to
one r two white citizens.
There has been no evidence that
any white man was concerned in the
cruel crime. Eery white man liv living
ing living in miles of the place has been
fully accounted for and no stranger
has been seen in the vicinity.
About half a dozen negroes are
held as suspects in the county jail,
while the officers continue the search

for the murderer of Mrs. Wilson. It j
is not believed that any one of them j
is the murderer, but it is .strongly
suspected that one or more of them j

can give evidence that will throw

lisht on the case. All the evidence

Where is Your Money?
A Kansas fanner, wno had no bank account,
dropped his roll in a fieid he was plowing. It was
not found until a year afterwards, and was then a
mass of pulp, and none of it redeemable.
A saving account in this bank offers ABSOLUTE
SECURITY lor your savings and pays 4 per cent in interest,
terest, interest, compounded semi-annually. starts an ac account
count account in ;
Ocala National Bank

An Active United States ."Depository



M i

Mr. Y. F. Malcolm,
representative of the
Typewriter Company, is

Mr. A. M. I.ansford. who has been
on the sick list for the past few
days, was able to be at his place of
business today.

Mr. Leon Fishel. who is on deck
in the store again. says iie picked
out some of the best goods ever
while on his recent trip to the north northern
ern northern cities, and they will be along in
a week or so.

X. I. Petkin, who is an ex-


at the Hurst Ulothmg i oinpany s
store on Fort King avenue, where
she will be pleased to see the ladies
of the city.

i perienced dressmaker, is now

i ne inisi iiu-s j

in the city.

The Temple had some extra enter entertainment
tainment entertainment last night in the singing of
Mr. Hilly Smith, a clever young man
with a tuneful voice. He sang very

nicelv and his son us were much en

joyed. He will be at the
again this and tomorrow
and should be heard.

that has so far been brought out
points to Will Green as the murder murderer.
er. murderer. He suddenly and otherwise un unaccountably
accountably unaccountably absented himself at the
time, and the fugitive who has been
seen running several times and has

I er. i been shot at twice was aooui hiu
! Green's size and build. Officers all

er-over tne state are iookuis 101 mm.
! and unless he stays out in the woods
I t ) starve, his capture is only a mat

er of time.

Ruth-tin- Tomorrow Afternoon

The Evening Star bulletins, sent
direct from the ball field, will be
shown at the Postoffice Drugstore.
OH. W K. LANK Specialist. Eye
Far. No.-e mil Throat. Office Law
.ibrary Building, Ocala. Adv.


Camp No.
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1 'raver by

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met Oct. 7.


For a long mild smoke, try Gerig's
Havana Smokers. lU-:J-tf

No more buttermilk at Gerig's
drugstore until next season. The
buttermilk cows have not gone dry.
but so many people have returned
from the north in the past two weeks
that the dairy has had to put them
back on the sweet milk shift.

Mr. C. C. Steens of Berlin was in
the city today md paid the Star a
friendly call. He says the people
out his way are all enthusiastic for
!he Blitchton road day working.

Mr. M. P. Frink of Fellowship was
in town today attending the meet meeting
ing meeting of the Confederate Veterans and
left this afternoon for a few days'
visit to St. Petersburg.

The Star is informed that Captain
Tucker and Mr. C. W. Moffat t are
candidates for the office of justice of
the peace made vacant by the death
of .ludge Lyles.

Captain John L. Inglis,
been in Europe and the
summer, was in town las'
and today, a guest of the

ton. on his way 10 his
pality at Port Inglis.

who lias
north all
1 larring-

island princi-

Messrs. George MacKay, Harry
Clarkson and C. O. Fox have return returned
ed returned from a most delightful fishing
trip to Crystal River as guests of
Judge W. S. Bullock, the party went
down the river to the gulf with the
judge in his comfortable covered
launch. The lish were biting fine
and the party caught lots of them.


Mr. Joseph Malever has returned
from his visit to New York, where
he laid in another big stock of goods
for the Globe.

The second ward election is proceeding-
quietly today. No very
much interest is being taken. Mr.
Phillips is at home in bed where he
has been sick for the past week, and

Mr. Hunter is letting the office seek
i the man. so far as he is concerned.
J Some friends of Mr. Stephen Jewett
' tried to put him in the race at the

H may be that we will have some
-ood football games this season. Mr.
Norton Davis has a prospect of a
:tme with some one of the state

teams on the 2tth and is forming a.(.ur

line-tip with some of the old football
champions who did such good work
in previous seasons. Manager Hun Hunter
ter Hunter has given permission to the boys
to use the ball park for practice
nml if there are any games they will
be played there.

last minute, with big disadvantage
to him of not having his name
printed on the ballot. If he had
been entered in time, he would have

much ice. as he is a popular

voting man. The country is safe,
whoever is elected.

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

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

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.


PHOXES 16 and


One of the county commissioners
informed the Star today that he
thought the board would act on the
proposition to employ a lawyer spec specially
ially specially to prosecute cases in the
cases in the county judge's court,
county judge's court. It is a step
that this official desires and that
the people would approve of.
The tragedy of last week is a
confirmation of the opinion this pa paper
per paper has before expressed, and that
is that neither lynching nor legal
execution is any safeguard against
such crimes. In the last year we
have had one black brute lynched,
and another legally hung, yet we are
again shocked with another and
even more dreadful crime than
either of the others. The only meas meas-use
use meas-use in which there is any safeguard
is to make this county such a very
unsafe and uncomfortable place for
criminals that, the criminal element

will be reduced to a minimum.

And Your


Comes Back to School, j
Greet her with a fresh box j
of the kind or assortment shej

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

kinds but you know her
favorite among the following:
Assorted Chocolates.
Bonbons and Chocolates.
My Favorites and 1 Pound.
Ye Old-Fashioned Chocolate
Chocolate Cocoanut liars.
Chocolate Peppermints 20c, 40c.
Fresh Fvery Hour Mixture. Ginger.
Pecan Caromels.
Pink Wrapper (Vanilla) Choco Chocolate.
late. Chocolate. 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 Huyler's factory.
T. W. Troxlcr
Mclver & MacKav
Funeral Directors

Fine Caskets and Burial Robes.

Chaplin Long.

The following comrades answered
to roll call: M. Atkinson. Alfred
Aver, J. L. Heck. A. M. Browning.
.. F. Harron. M. T. W. Christian. Ii.
.1. Evans. M. P. Frink. L. M. C.ra C.ra-ha:n.
ha:n. C.ra-ha:n. H. W. Henry, H. X. Knoblack.


Don't forget the Board of Trade

meeting Wednesday night at S p. m.,
Hoard of Trade rooms. If you are'
interested in the welfare of yourj
city you will be on hand. Takei
par:, be one of its strongest factors

put some punch and vim into it. j
You will feel better and you'll get1
something out of it. Who and what

I towns and cities are advancing to j
! the fore-front? Those that have live)-
'and active business organizations.!
; Come out and heli to boost youri

town; back up the work of the;
Hoard of Trade. Xo one can say it

is not alert and watchful ot Marion s;

interests, backing and aiding move

ments only ot betterment, progress-

and that will bring success. Turnj

out and let us arrange for the many!

big projects before us. Will you?,
J. I). Rooney, Secretary.



you a house to
or do you want

rent a house?

a pi:.utiit l, pi:ii!.m:xt,

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

W. Long. T. I).

K. McOahagin. S. C
Xance, P.. H. Xorris.
J. V. Shufford. and

last meeting read and

i ftroil in triK tprntni'v and nrires

from General Par-; ' i. j Treasurer John

vdpv rpnsona i p. i- or hi i ormai ion

Mnrinn ("MOID iUCaia

;. II. Irvine,
Lancaster. W.
MeAteer. .1. W
II. R. Shaw,
C. C. teens.

Minute of

a pproved.
A comunicat ion

t ridiie consrrat ulatin

on the payment i'-i full of the live
hundred dollars" pledged to the wo woman's
man's woman's monument, was read and fully
appreciated by the camp.
General Long read an important
communication with Gen. Williams,
in regard to sai l monument. Gen.
Long's resolution attached.

Comrades McGahagin, Xorris. Kno-j

block and Ayer were appointed del delegates
egates delegates to Pensacola with authority
to appoint their own alternates in
case they cannot go.
Comrades Harris. Irvine and Xor Xorris
ris Xorris were appointed a committee to
write the memorial of our late Com Comrade.
rade. Comrade. John W. Lyles, and Comrades
McGahagin, Henry and Martin a
committee on the death of our late
Comrade John H. Chalker.

Alfred Ayer, Adjt.
Whereas. Major General H. W.
Partridge, commander of the Florida
Division. I. C. V.. has made an ef efficient,
ficient, efficient, courteous and affable com commander:
mander: commander: and.
Whereas. He has accomplished
more to arouse the Sons of Veterans
with a spirit of enthusiasm to or organize
ganize organize themselves into camps
throughout the state, upon whom

1 ; ,T ,,..,11 ,.or,rVt

Judge Circuit

iock. Ocala.

ing. painting or kalsomining of walls j District Attorney Attorney-should
should Attorney-should see the beautiful, new, sani-IOcala.
1 m y 1 a. a

hable finish of: t-ierx, circuit ourt

two rooms m me ucaia .vauuuai T T)


Court W. S. Bul-

E. W. Davis,
P. II. Nugent,

tary, permanent, was

"n t rtl, ft 1

.xiiuuiiiii -a. t t 1 1 r

iBank. Those who have seen it con-; ; Tax Collector W. L. Colbert,

sider it superior to anything ever of-!0-ala.
'r. a a lr-.j

Ayer. Ocala.

M. Graham,

see Mclver & MacKay. 9-lC-tf


Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.


Surveyor W. A. Moorhead, Ocala.
Judge of Prolate Wm. E. Smith,
County Commissioners C. Carml Carml-chael.
chael. Carml-chael. Ocaia: J. W. Davis, Summer Summer-field:
field: Summer-field: W t. Henderson, Lynne; D. G.
Watkins. Dunnellon; Walter Luff Luff-man,
man, Luff-man, Sparr.
Hoard Public Instruction J. H.
Brinson. Superintendent. Ocala; B.
R. Blitch. Blitchton; J. S. Grantham,
Fort McCoy; W. D. Carn. Ocala.

An elegant line of lackers mana-i
script covers, in any color that could j uuuVAIj AND DEPARTURE

be desired, just received at the Starj



Two hundred and sixty-seven
acres, one half mile from Santos on
S. A. L. Railroad, all under fence;
two hundred acres under cultiva cultivation;
tion; cultivation; house 4 0x4 0; barn l"x20; fif fifteen
teen fifteen acres pine timber; ten acres
hard wood; well watered; price,

Also one hundred and seventy seventy-four
four seventy-four acres southeast of Ocala; five
outbuildings; barn 32x40; six-room
dwelling house in good repair; eight
room stone house in course of con construction
struction construction with all material on the

our mantle as ex-couieuei aie

erans under the provisions of our j and fifty-four acres respectively, un-

constitution must fall with all


The following schedule is not paid
for, but is printed for the information
of the public. The railroads are re re-rji'es;ed
rji'es;ed re-rji'es;ed to send In orrections when whenever
ever whenever necessary.



1:25 p.m.
2:33 p.m.
1:40 a.m.

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

Funeral Directors
All Work Done by Licensed Era Era-halniers
halniers Era-halniers and Fully Guaranteed
D. E. Men ER 104
Undertaking Ottice 47

As the Homosassa train was about
to pull out today. Deputy Sheriff
Chas. W. Smith saw a negro going
aboard with a rirle. and indications
of other small arms. He called Mar

shal Bris-ance. and thev closed in on

the negro and marched him over to
the sheriff's office.
The negro had a repeating rifle.
He said his name was Jim Kelly and
he was going to Crystal River. He
did not have any license to carry the
rifle, and was detained until he
could give an account ot" himself.

'Queen of Sea Routes

Savannah, Baltimore, Philadelphia,
Boston and Providence
Fine steamers; best service; low
fares; wirelesi telegraph. Through
tickets to and from principal points.
Send for booklet.
H. C. AVERY, Aent,
Jacksonville, Fla.
L. D. JONES, C. A.
Seminole Hotel. Jacksonville. Fla.
Finest coastwise Trip in the World


sacred past of historic valor and
dashing heroism, to be perpetuated
!;. them when the last of us with
frosty heads, care-worn brows and
furrowed cheeks, have passed to that
undiscovered country from whose
bourne no traveler returns; and.
Whereas, under his administration
the long delayed erection of a suita


of the Confederate women ot tne
sixties is now being erected in Dig Dig-nan
nan Dig-nan I'ark. Jacksonville. Fla., which
is to be completed and unvailed
during the reunion of the General
Federation of the 1. C. V. of Amer America,
ica, America, in the city of Jacksonville. Fla.,
during the month of May, lf14; and,
Whereas. It is meet, right and
proper that all .officers who have
been active and efficient in the erec

tion of said monument

See H. A. Kramer, or

Mathews, Ocala, Fla.


owner, A.


Ocala Loage So. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:20 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over the Jams Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis-

monument to the sacred memory I jting brothers. D. W. Tompkins, C. C.

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

Southliouud Arrive
3 1:05 p.m
9 (Limited)... 2:30 p.m.
1 i : Jo a. m.
2 2:25 a.m.
4 12:50 p.m.
10 (Limited). .4:20 p m.

Ttie limited leaves Jacksonville at
U:30 a. m. and arrives In Tampa at 6
p. in. It leaves Tarr.p'a at 1 p. m. and
arrives in Jacksonville at 7:30 p. ra. It
stops only at Turkey Creek. Plant City.
Tale City. WUwooJ. Ocala, Starke
and Waldo
Southbound-., ii. it nil St. IVterbirg
Arrive Leave
So. 9 10:35 p.m. 10:46 p.m.
So. 30 2:40 p.m. 2:42 p.m.

J Southbound -Ocala and Lakeland

Xo. 35 (Sunnyjim) 6:40 a.m.
Northbound .lax. and St. Petersburg;
Arrive Leave
Ko. 10 5:19 a.m 5:20 am.
No. 40 12:54 p.m. 1:14 p.m.
Northbound Lakeland and Ocala
So. 32 (,ii4.nnyjim) Arrive 0:50 p.m.
!t-ala and HomoMaa
I eave4iijfcl 4S 8:20 a.m.
reave No.""47 2:25 p.m.
Arrive K cr! 4 4 :2:5" p.m.
rrjve Xo. 48 5:00 p.m.

The cigar makers'
Havana Smokers.

cigar Gerig's


Carpenter and Builder.
Careful Estimates Made on All Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.

should be

i r, in itfir-f .-r as to be able

officially to participate in its unvail unvail-ing.
ing. unvail-ing. and officially join the loud ac acclaim
claim acclaim by a thronging multitude "be "behold
hold "behold what the Florida Division of
the C. C. V. has at last accomplish accomplished":
ed": accomplished": therefore, be it
Resolved. First that this' camp for
the reasons above stated does hereby

j most heartily enuorse uic uumma-;

tion and election of Major General;
Benjamin W. Partridge to be his j
successor for the next ensuing year: ;

! Resolved. ?econd. that this pre-!
! amble and resolution be published in j
i the Ocala Banner and Star, and that j
'the new.-papers of the state general-1
I lv be re riested to copy.

! This resolution was introduced by each month.

! General Lonz and unanimously

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-Gt A. J. Brigance,
Marshal City of Ocala.

Tulula Lodge No. 2 2, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every
Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock in
Yonge's Hall, Fort King avenue. Vis Visitors
itors Visitors in the city invited to be with as.
G. L. Taylor, X. G.
W. L. Colbert. Secretary. Adv.


Ocala Chapter, Xo. 29, O. E. S.'
meets at Yonge's hall the first Fri Friday
day Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock and the
third Friday afternoon at 3:30, of

Mrs. Emma C. Burnett, W. M

adopted. Alfred Ayer. Adjutant. (

Miss Florrie Condon, Secretary. M

Majoj- J. D. Robertson.
Recorder L. T. Izlar.
Assistant Recorder Joseph Bell.
Council B. A. Weathers, presi
dent:' J. IL Taylor, president pro

tern; E. C Bennett. Baxter Cam, J.
W. Hood, E. T. Helvenston, G. A.
Carmichael, F. G. B. Weihe, C. M.
City Attorney C. L. Sistrunk.
City Clerk H. C. Sistrunk.
Treasurer and Tax Collector W.
w. cimt.:
City Engineer J. R. Moorhead.
Superintendent Light Plant J. C.
Superintendent "Water Works J.
A. Campbell.
Marshal A. J. Brigance.
Fire .Chief H. S. Chambers.
- Bn pi tary- Inspector G. W. Cleve

Street. Commissioner R obert
. r. ?
Florida Seed Rye, per bushel $3.
Florida &0 Day Oats, per bu. $1.
. S. C. Rust Proof Oats, bushel $1.







ttyv. rs or


& Kjoecre

IBeryA your

money erne A e

If you want to send YOUR BOY to college some
day, you can begin now a bank account with that
idea in view, and by the time he is old enough you
will have saved the money without having niRse'l it;
or if you do not want to send him to college, that
same sum of money that you had put away from
week to week, will set him up IN BUSINESS.
We Ta per cent Ji.urot i sawngs Accounts
flip? $mimt?miu imlt


of our service is it prompnes.
You are wailed on when you enter
the :tore. You are not urged to buy
We expect the character of our
to do the selling. So pay us a visit
no matter how little time you can
spate. 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, Florida

Poor Hardware we won't sell fur any price; good
Hardware we sell for a fair price.
We have built up our business big, by giving our
customers good Hardware and a square deal.
We won't change our system.

Hanoi Hardware Co,

Phone 118, Ocala, Fla.




Mr. .1. D. Rooney. Secretary of the
.Marion County Board of Trade,
terest your article in reference to the
teres: your article in refeernce to the
final arrangements, or at least, pro progress
gress progress along that line of the Blitch Blitch-ton
ton Blitch-ton road working day. when we have
all agreed to put our shoulders to
the wheel and pull our neighbor

out of the mire.

1 note, and with thanks to you.
that the work will be in charge of
Mr. Carmiehael and myself.
Now if you will allow me I wish
to decline the honor, for in the

What do you think: just read the

Daytona Gazette-News of Sept. 2Gth

and see what you find 7S citizens.

ladies, business firms and hotels

did what? Subscribe! S26&2 for a

fund for their band, and here is

Ocala without a cent in her band

treasury and owing tor a month s

concerts and all these delightful eve- Blitchton

nings passing by and no music. It
is a recognize! fact that Ocala's band
is one of the best if not the best
in Florida, made up of our business
men. who often sacrifice their indi

vidual interest as well as comfort to eternal fitness of things, this work
atten! band practice an I concerts should go forward uninterrupted un-j
and all for what? Knough to buy der the county commissioners and ;
music, pay hall renT and general in- their various crews that are to be
cidentals. and then we are so cheap on hand that day. J


Therefore if you will allow me to :
take the place of an humble citizen, j

willing to serve in any capacity
those in authority may see fit to
place me. whether with shovel, hoe.
pulling the bell cord over a pair of

Honor Roll of Volunteers for the
Blitchton Road Working j

J. E. Chace with man and


Jake Brown, self, two drays.
F. W. Ditto, self and auto and two

Dr. L. 11. Von Engelken, self, auto .teams



.Moorhead, aid serving

sons, two-horse wagon and all nec necessary
essary necessary 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

and laborer. J. R.


as to lose this just when our city is
beginning to fill up with incoming
people, one of our principal attrac attractions
tions attractions stops for lack of funis. It is
a shame. Now read this:
"The Miami city council has vote!

$1500 for the support of the Second mules, squinting the stakes in line

Regiment band of Miami. The board

the ladies, the

of trade, real estate board and mer merchants'
chants' merchants' association will .probably
make up the balance of the fund nec necessary
essary necessary to keep the ban 1 up."
Wouldn't our city council have a
spasm to tackle such a problem, and

yet a city is judged by
utilities. Xow here we

municipal owned light an 1 water
plant, and we hope soon the best
system of sewerage anl sewage dis disposal
posal disposal in the state.
Right here in the center of the

best state in the I'nion and a county
that stan Is preeminently at the head
from any standpoini. splen lid court
hou-e- beautiful grounds, nice band

or just smiling at

latter prelerred.
Of course it is your intention, as
well as mine, to make that portion
of the roal that we do not build in
the one. two or three days, to look
like :;) cents, but in case we do not

its public accomplish so much it is natural to
ire with expect the county commissioners to

continue this work, by the same
methol it was commenced.
Should the commissioners decide
to cc ns.truct this roal un der any
system other than the one under
which they are at present working,
it would be necessary to get in the
field seeral days in advance in order
to make the preliminary survey, fix

stand and a ban 1 whose personnel the grades ;:nl crown anl locate the

Ola Potter, same as aboe.
B. H. Seymour, as above.

6. T. Sistruuk. same as above.

Mrs. Mae bingham. same as above.
Mrs. F. W. Ditto and Mrs. -Mamie
Fox, dinner for ten and assistance.
Mrs. A. M. Lansford. twenty-five

Mrs. W. H. Anderson and daugn-!
ter, dinner for twelve.
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 Blitchton
ton Blitchton road.
Perry Edwards, colored, self and
11. A. Fausett, self and two teams.
J. G. Kichline.
C. A. Scandrett.

I S. Hickel.

Ocala Evening Star.
V. 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

i ."..!. V.

Sistrunk. self and man.

-an not be surpassed in the South
made up of our staunch business
and professional men: which fact at
once places our band in the highest
rank of professional merit. Can we
a IT or 1 to let it become disorganized?
No -- no --but let some good citizen
step in the broa-h. raise a: (Mice a
fund, and let it be a permanent one
to guarantee lor the future that dip
Metropolitan Band will be one of
the fixtures of Ocala.
Let our good women aid in this,
and scon the delightful news will he
heal led and all our people made
glad. J. I). Rooney. Secretary.

drainage joints, before the day set
for work.
There is an old adage, and as true
as old, that ""it is not how much we
do but how well." an 1 it would be
more to our credit to build only one
or two miles of good roa 1 in the
time allottel to us. than to scurry
over the fifteen miles l et ween here
and Blitchton. and within a few days
tin 1 the road in very much the same
con lition as before.
I believe that it was the Tampa
Times that "buttel in" a few days
ago with what it considered some
timely a 1 vice, but it is all wasted on

Seymour, self, auto and two

Jones, self, auto and eight!

and two

S. T.
B. H
11. C.


A. J. Leavengood. self.
R. C. Loveridge, seif.
Ed Carmichael, self


Tucker. Do his best.
Blesch, laborer.
Chambers, laborer.
Welsh, self.
Anderson, self and laborer.

Ocala Heights Dairy, team.

H. H. Whitworth, self and

W. F.
H. S.
D. S.
C. L.


Orlando Sentinel: The good
day idea seems to be taking

Marion county was tl

it up. an 1 Putnam


le f;rst to take

county has desig

nated the twentieth of the month to
be given to the improvement of tin
con n tv roads.


Norfolk. Va.. Oct. 7. Th

ship Arkansas, which yesterday ar arrived
rived arrived in Hampton Roads from New
York, made a new record for speed
on her trip down the coast. For four
hours under full power, the Arkan Arkansas
sas Arkansas averaged 21.4: knots an hour,
her contract spee! is The big

ship averaged 1 knots for

four hours. The Arkansas is

Hag sjiip of the first division of i lit


Admiral Winslow.




What sort of hooks did our ances ancestors,
tors, ancestors, our really remote ancestors
use "when wild in the wools the no noble
ble noble savage ran?" 1 am inclined to
agree with the American view, that
the earliest type of hook, if hook it

can be called, was

Hint buried in the
fish had swallowed
oc whatever the ha'
eniug of the line
across its threat

there, the fish could be hauled
ashore without much aio. Perhaps
some bright innovator of that misty
past one day tried a bit of flint
which had a double curve like a pair
of buffalo horns, and found it effec effective,
tive, effective, and perhaps out of that devel developed
oped developed the genuine double hook.

the desert air.
In the first place we have at the
present writing more brawn and idle
teams than we have idle dollars or

otherwise, and besides we all have'

our hearts set on engaging in this
novelty of road working which some
of us have not engaged in since our
boyhood days, the privilege of which
we woul i n:t give in exchange for
a year's paid up subscription to the
This is rue of the articles that

; could well he marke 1 "not for sale.'
battle tor il ue jt would be at a great

sacrifice an l would ne denying our ourselves
selves ourselves of a great privilege. Let u. u.-proceed
proceed u.-proceed with this work in a man manner
ner manner that the Times cannot, come back
at us with "1 told you so."
Furthermore, let us put the Times
in a position that if any comment is

twentv- 'mide that, it will more than likely be
... i i . ... . i .. .i it.. . i

the ''"e ;i id wnai noes rraiij utie

place on that particular dav and
1 lace by extending an invitation to

be present: to sweat and toil with

us an! i c.vake of the pool things
that the ladies are going t;) spread
re'Ore us on that occasion.

Here s hoping to see vou on the'

1 Uh of October, and that our names
will go down in history as having


Mrs. W. V. Newsom. assist with
Ocala Lumber &. Supply Co., team
and driver, probably two.
Ocala Boy Scouts.
J. W. Coulter, self, two hands, one
ble team.
Marlon Hardware Company, H. B.
Clarkson and twelve men with shov shovels,
els, shovels, and one automobile for use dur

ing the day.

J. T. Burgess, self.
S. I inkney, self
Dr. Blitch. auto, family and vh le
l.. M. Murray, laborer.
M. Fiidiei, son and force.

Co.. one


The Carmichael & Son

loubie team and two men.
J. L. Edwards, self and three la laborers.
borers. laborers. Charles Fishel.
C. E. liightower.
A. G. Gates and auto.
C. L. Fox. self or laborer.
Fred B. Magaw, S 1 .50.
Blowers Lime Co., H. F. Goekins.
manager, self and two laborers.
Mclver MacKay. two teams and
I r i ers.

Mc-Iver, two laborers and

Duify, one day.

Jim Duffy, one day.
J. M. Whisenant and son, one day.
R. C. Muncaster. self, labor, moral
William Butler.
Mr. Pfifer.
W. J. Nelson, self.
Mason Snelling. self.
G. T. Liddon. self, double team

and man.
J. W. Jenkins and team,
loe Potter and team.
Gordon Moorhead, services.
GorJon 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.
Naihan Mayo, self, auto, double
team and driver.
.1. F. Hall. self.
Judge Beil, ef 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. Ilamden.
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.
" ices.
.1. C. Howell, team.
Commodore W. S. Goodwin and
son, $10.
A. M. Lansford, self, auto and two

D. S. Woolrow, self and laborer.
S. J. McCully, one day.
Y. R. Rce and son, with double
nule team.
Court Pharmaej, team and man:
Jce Akin.
E. A. Osborn of the Morriston Co.,
Morriston, twenty double teams with
men to drive them for ten days
W. E. Whitworth, self, man and.


Mrs. M. B. Stewart, $1 cash.

La lies of the Ocala W. C. T.

Hm dinners and assistance in
R. L. Martin, self, transit

E. L. Wartmann, Citra, cash $2.
Joseph W. Dodge, will drive cart
or wagon.
E. L. Howell of Ocala, self, auto

- 1.



i;nd two double teams. Twenty din-

an 1 assistance from Mrs. Hovv-


Sam McAteer, self and team.
Dr. R. R. Williams, colored, Ocala,

i -i-
! Will Jenkins, colored.


ne one soli

traight bit of

hen tne

t!ie Ml ot meat.

it was. the tiaht tiaht-pullel
pullel tiaht-pullel the flint;
an a. it stuck

1 day's work at least.

Yours for Blitchton.
J. R. Moorhead.
Times has been invite I. but



r has treated the invitation
lofty scorn. We are informel
the e litor is inclined to be lazy

an v-


j which seems to have been a very
! earlv form. And :erha;s the single

hook came into being because it was
realized that one ben was efficient
as two for most purposes. London

In accordance i:h custom, the
Batuists throughout thr state have

i been asked to save all of todays
i wages for their orphanage, a reiues:
! which will be compile i with by
! many. The Florida Ba;:is: Orphan-

located at Area i:a an! Rev. J.

Notice is hereby given that in ac ac-por.ianee
por.ianee ac-por.ianee with an order from the
state superintendent, there will be
held in Oejla. beginning on Monday.
October l'". ll13, an examination
for teachers' certificates, at which
all persons desiring to teach in Mari Marion
on Marion county will have an opportunity
to qualify in the matter of examina examination.
tion. examination. 1 hope a number will apply, as
we are short of teachers.
I wish to give notice that no cer certificate
tificate certificate taken by a person living in
Marion corimv. in another county,
will be honorel here and I wish to
emphasize our policy of giving pref preference
erence preference in appointment to those hold holding
ing holding Marion county certificates.
I also wish to call attention of all


C. 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.

Cprl'sle llmsfnre tvvn lihnrprs

Dr. Boozer five men.
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, one la-

j borerr
F. P. Gadsrn. one laborer.

Tompkins fc Ccbb, 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.

Your 1914 automobile license is
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.

j Please give this matter your early
I attention. Yours very truly,
! f-2 td W. L. Colbert,

H;-2-5t wky

Tax Collector.

Mis Hill's nf Oratory, Expression ami
Dramatic Culture
For information rail or write I17
Fort King avenue. 10-4-t

Try Gerig's Havana Smokers; 5c.
straight. 10-3-tf


C. E
L. A

W. Smith, self and man.
W. Ray. one man.

P. Galloway


I have just opened up my new
:rage on North Main street, and

self and two labor-i soIicit a snare of tne patronage of
iar owners in Ocala and surrounding

ierritory. The repair department
is prepared to do all kinds of auto automobile
mobile automobile repairing on short notice.

Connor, self and man.
M. Gober. one day or $1.
Snow, one man.

Alfred Ayer, $1.

E. T. Helvenston. one day.
Knight & Lang, two laborers, two


E. Trice is i"s worrl worrl-ent.
ent. worrl-ent. During "he pi--"
little folks have bee:
on account of need o:
accommodate them a:
raised today will go
ing adequate building

parties interested to the ruling of
the stare board that all teachers of
high school subjects will in future

superintend superintend-ar
ar superintend-ar o er sixty
t.irr.ei away
r.ior- room to
I the mone"'

o '.v a


mules and wagon.
; W. L. Colbert, self and auto.
'; Baxter Carn. one-horse team.

have to have not only a first grade.! p Davies. self and auto,
but a special certificate covering the. Carter's Bakery, two men and
work :hev i mpose to do. This. ofioaves of brd.
course, would not apply to those! r,. F. Williams, self and auto.

holding .-rate certificates. L. W. Harley &. Bro., sen.
Very truly yours. 'and shovel.

J. H. Bnnson. County .-upt. j iV. H. Anderson

; None but first-class workmen em em-'ployed,
'ployed, em-'ployed, and therefore. I am in po po-jsition
jsition po-jsition to guarantee every job that

leaves the place. Rates will be found
I reasonable as high-class workman-

; -hip and good material can be fur






C. Lmclkie,

j Building formerly occupied
elf and three Theater.

by ldea


the ocala evemag star, Ti'i:si. octi:;:ki: 7 i; i:5
' j'iH was ; i.e proper: y or Mr. nn-
ol.l nor: hern capitali?:.
:r--a" pr: b- an i pleasure
o.ol his a ; hot.e-
K. II. CaiioII, (ieneral .Maiuiucr Port Y. Lea vt-nui ,!. Iiiin M.i::;cm ,.
.1. II. Ibn.janiiii, Editor
: -t i rati -e- "! t io- tre-.-. o.i"
-. -i 1 .-a; i that on t !,- o: a -r
: "be a rove uey were o r -o -hv
branches. au..i e' en th.-::
"hv..l broke (!:i'.V!l. i lie
1 Cu:i;;.;!iv has i u t in a S "J "."
Entered at Ocala. Ela.. post of flee as --r-n 1 c!a-
ma e-
-i b-
imkim: r,i


( Mometic)
One year, in advance S'.'to
Six months, in advance. .
Three months, in advance., i.-"'
One monrh. in a Kama 7,n

( I iiii )
One yc;!r. in ah. an ft-.
Six raont hs. in advance
Three months, in ud an


:r; o : i r i i in a lvan

wa.-her an 1 dryer and expects to be beat;,
at;, beat;, -hi, i . u next Montay. It e
.?.... ship at least !.". Lux,-
..- trom Lowell, i: s h i ; : an point, this
.. .. .--a.-' n. Anybody v. ho thinks Mari Mari-H
H Mari-H a isn' a i'.ru.-; trail county has
a h.-r ; hink a romitt g.
Ov : the hill, the party fo in 1 the

I. rs : :' ; he h-dd it was on irs w ay
. b-h. it v. as jar: ol the old Mar Marshall
shall Marshall jlantation an 1 ha 1 been in
i a I : i a : i ur three-'juarters of a cen-.
tory. .'dr. Howell said he raised
!.;. hii.-Iuls of corn to the acre on;
i; wit i;..;t any lenilizer. Havin? i
e i one crop this year, it w as ly-;
faliov.-. hat the ery weeds that;
had .-ho: np in a tow weeks showed
ir v. as ro"u;ist soil. Ha l been "crop- j
it I o.ii"' year.- aao. an i Eiokel lik-';
ii wa.- next to werthle.-s. but a little


a .!m:ion couxtv i!.v i ii:i.i

v ;;rk an i sr.-ien tiiic cult ivaiion too

it fittt of t i i has I.ct-n class, and put ; ;.;r.

i: rich! up font a ain.



o:?cn conies in and ii'oes out twi'-e a

.-.vil palled up a hunc-h on the wall, and wan

:he roots an 1 shove! how they immiitrants.

Out ':l;e hill, the i.arty came to ..ivw ; rEiixer inm ? soil from tie- Y!.ev is all kiu o
the" held. Trulv it was a ni-t:y air. This 11- cr of hay was no: s;;::np on the Howell

held. Worthy an ani.-Es brush.;' niy i.ia.le w;:lrr.: f -v; ; it .'nr..:::; n: r.iEn Hold-
' which was sunpliel hv Mr. Evt les f-r; i: :;-e i the ur; an 1 i' r tiie nex' hn har 1 tittiherc-.l lv-n

(a'nera --niort" prosia:-. but alsti i crop. lal!: ;
M ir,' a.-curatf Itaauiae a 1'oo-acre ; v ices

,.-ati. er. s.o. m' iro!u every inreci'.on (;n th
a but you will hae to im-;i-oad. Mr.

r.o A.-Ia:!-.-' tr.ake hi- home, lias returned, finding
that state too cold to suit him.

.an.i t-. :
c Cuambliss

Tampa Tribune.

hi-h i-in? in is t;sj: naii. on the head

ra :n::;

. i-

la! ir

ie- 'aai. ibool land, mod water and
: ueo i iibi'i". Y hi-y a ant goo .1 peo-

v. ay
Ho .'.

ha: k
11 la;


di's c-n;er a little to on" si.le.


t r' :

( h a red

The editor of the -Star was sorry

-a-;! the broad

as in.' uo


iowtdl cz Ch e ti l

a-!I ih;
- ( e k r s

a ;;e! !-a;i



iia,cs of !' north couldti'r one o

Mon da;
;i; !'tS o
t,.;:,.! :
s,c ;;;;!:
t h'Ueuj

be v. i ; ii hi as an d .-

r;i a 1 Eiori la was Ii

Fieri hi of the imalil i r iie- s;j.hi- al n.
seer, ijf.t the Florida of the man f ha
who wants to live out doers and uoo.

make a first-class living.

y. M:iniay le- made iho trip iiuei
::es. sp. a diri-L not more ;han ihrco
.is on tie- road. Twenty eais

.. ul;h a go..d hers- and :ay,-;y ;'
a .- alidy r.-a i. lie would ha.e '!'
he .".'! I lo make the ro.imi trip -:'

A. r;:s ;he Idle of the .-au -er mov-jist v. Inter a bo. J! 1 eo am
1 slo,ly !..-; steadily two mowing ,,;) sold ;..r enough


side of t i'M' ill t Ii 0
1 i 1 1 .-k wi ; h ne:' :

y sIoaIv bruanntg :

Cr. h "t her si e. the

v .is cov ere 1 wit h a h'ti'.y

:: .;;. i- -; on o
roand was ''ot
o 1, e. hav

a n


iie really
no: the


' a:-., v, h of ea :nes. 'I lie .-a. a -or wa
.. i:.. ....... i v. i : li a lit a v 'in.' of ; rees

ie jlill.lll UJ:1 lUlll 'li'
. Howell turned south vhh he-e tail ih -re a imuse ;.eep ;.eep-l.I
l.I ;.eep-l.I hail! hv Howell & Eiru. Near the eenter stood a

eh aria z an 1 a litth
ite 1 i lie gro.-.l; i it! :
i t ; :..":: :Vi:v he
; e s if, a e oi

. his

1 1 t?

li: c



b-s thru their farm. It is a
a 1. three and a half miles my

a'o:.; the Fairfield to

i ne


Mr. T. A. Carroll, the ot"ra;i fer- a.. .1 Fie., dugton road. It is in hotter ;l 1

tilizer salesman, who goes till over :.
Ih state, and knows just about what at
Llie yield of every acre is or should gs
b: ;i few days ago had a look at a :i
certain !oely field of peas on the
Howell & Chamhliss farm, an 1 he i-

was so ct.thttse.I that lie iiuiuce t mi. ;

. . i .. .J !(

. t : i.:..u sue a ei age nnmu.. umj..
1 Ho. .ell & Chamhliss intend to

tall cabbage palmetto, the
ropical proEiet in sight,
i.-c the Ian Iscaj-e miailit have

; of the favored farming

of western 'i e. -lie-see.

il i .-.l 1 e i 1 1 ,e ,nh

:. fi.) t V e :.

' : sfn a lo-airv t

f t a little Ar-atEa.
Eat t. cbody
; r 1 a .aioe tor; -hi
.-!. I : -' ) lilie that
o. ; o :c..-
. i r : -ie.
.dr. lb,v,ell ootid
ion 1 y rit.uh; the ;
hi- h ,t e. It is a j re;;
. "t t"e. in a jdne gro
ens : he a .atirai lo.i at a

n.l h.eip thetn make a
: hei d. d he e liter has

has a tnu l sj.eoiaiiy sahe i by tot
lay cf the 'an 1 and timber j.rote -'.ion "''

taoh tra

O 1

f" ah A'a-o n. as usual, hits the
11 ti the head when he writes as
slows about making good roads:
y o?i ot !.-: ;;.( whi; s an 1 goads

ter alaptel! ":".iti., e'or the rutty roads, he must
; o:;en ish the Wagon and assist the
o e' capital i ko: or tnule: and he rears and
; w t;;-k i a ho Ih.e. and he? (iiiickly un-
; :;: i.-; i -I .!:".: i s ? 11 the healthy moral les-
. :- ; or:: a-! f. ;hnt he h arne.I at. .Sunday
i he-.1. An! his wagon oft gets
.,. in th.'- gittuho or the muck and
',. ; ;-oti e ar h:?n praying seven
, n ---s :,; o a.vao: and he dances and
house, w ell :
, rrt- s ve:irin:r !v his sacred
a v. i a .v a ..- ;
..'--'to 'brit an hour oji such a high high-..
.. high-.. a o pass it
, Vl. !.: ;orn?d his golden ringlets gray.

;rus tre

1 io'

lavO fro.'i a jg tt.n.t w a t a Svipoiie
. . j

he also has the host of strawi-i- b'.vsso:v uuA v.oui : s m ou. a g, ,a

.... ...... i ., .,i, it ii,; rie! b!-. 'i;li .am ei

I ill il i. OtiL ll.. UOOiU t 11 i VI r I

'not o it a h(. r looke 1 at the....

i i 1 r t a

i on a.o. oun: oi ne

e ii to the county some hay in i held ani shook his hea !. li was tor i 0;.

soaroity of piMj er home- in the vioini:

'P el H1' over fll"11 tooy .;i:n,; s ixhi svmus u

luof tne nations uaun. ana n
ally '::;!y la'ely that ihe farmer
ni- ml rrr-t !i;kv ::ifl;in9'

, ., I ,ut 's. sin -itis merry little odes, as

'.. wtijj1 t tli!nint sinner Tlil

.e mar hit are. h;re lor his r-a:nera it needed a
The bchi the party was aiming for moving picture machine. Bat he set
.bout ; wo miles south of Mr. How-, up and prepare 1 to do the best lie
1 .- home. The road runs thru a 'could.

. el! to have some photographic ,h as:: ,-h.okhig and evidently fer-


views taken of the same. Having

.e ; oi'.utry- open woo ts o: oah anu
korv and clean ground which

often hear;I of this famous farm an 1

tl.f fine r-nnntrv around it. the edi- shows that it would respond most;

tor of the Star gladly accepted an in- readily to cultivation. It is free from

vihation to accompany the photo- swamps, easy to clear anu easy to
Srapher Monday morning, an I so, put in cultivation.
shortly after S o'clock found him-; A short distance form the main
self whirled away to the northward -road the party came to a neat cot-
n Phnrlie Howell's elegant five-pa.- :age that Mr. L. Ih Brock, a Florida

senger palace car. which is as com-; man, is putting up on his forty-acre;
.io,. ., i,iiiiii;in tpn tiroe-; be:- homestead. He has a nice-looking

Ulttir n ii ...,

l!.ipi(( hhais
The old farmers used to spread
heir hay en the ground and let the

an dry all the nutriment out of it.
t made good filler, hut wasn't much

more faitening than wood shavings.
: Mr. Howell raised half a stack of
hay for the reporter to look at the
center. It was almost as green as

the latent ines on the other side of
the field, and he was going to hale

rnr ventilated and srenerallv tra els .dace, and will have a line home

faster. The farm is a little oer ten ; m-oii. Further on appeared the large

i' that v ay keej ing as much of the

ire til it as passible.
Tbe i'.:;t'i'it of that field would

miles out on the Oainesviile rca 1, 'arm house that is being erected ny

which is in very good order nearly W. Neidenhofer. a ( tarm- o,' many
all of the way. As one looked at he o a..d t. readier troiu llnnais. He ... tf, m vu j for
Jields along the roadside, the land- ; a minis cr of the Eutheran eirurch t
scape, shimmering in the Indian. ani to bring a colony of his - u.,rkevs
summer sun. seemed like a strong friends and co-religionists to the E o. e,l 1 t aai ; u atk y
man. who having done a big morn- hnorei reioti around his new Hie was ret, .ed a. r. t ..e r
ing's work is taking a nap pre; ara-. ho me. and it is evi omt that he in- a .,o Iv.v.l vi n o.i..
torv to imlling off another good size- ten -s to tarm veil and live right. and uu uere no, v.,.s ;o .a
task in the afternoon. All the farms Howell Chamhliss are eoiu, all at. r,- d.n -- ' .'
haM raisMl one. most of them : a o they can to secure this sort of - -" ' '; u ','aKt
crops, this year, and will be well tiers-steady. enterprising i eoou- u .. a --at I.
alona with a third before Christmas, who want to build Homes it, a ..- e ,:. v ,.,s ,.os a,
Mr Howell', prettv and .o.o or country. They offer them ,ood lau c nV, 1 ha 1 mad,,,, ah b

v.. nb e or ees and te e t neta ai. oo. m w -

, .. .,. it-tlit tdant an! e'. ery city crnven
.- trav. berry culture needs lamtoes i

, ., teaoe mat is rean v.n in lumiis-


the s va- baohfd sorrel mules. -Now
.a'er all Ene western lands there are

lO IS iflUl.' t til ""'l"S- 1
I ovo ts toiltrz ean !s lilasting up the
the 1 her had taken;,, .h.r,.!

,vi;h lots of children who can s piat
in tin. !.!. oi I Mtiir.ny tPr ines a n .1

..i- k the berries without iiic-urring ''r:i'-' x!?-,Vs ot 5 ,u a:5 """ i holes: and the farmer views the
the backache. i here are plenty o. -e j.-iuht with a .-pasm oi delight, and

Ioiv.1 children in Marion county. "1'alu '.;n:,e 1 -a t.w iu i that he u iivmg, and he

rud caracoles. And all


... E..l. O ... T tn

is aiUiost iiupoasiole to iiivluce .... wheops

t ll 1 1

the phkanntes to work. Italians and t!nn" 11J1U;,ies- a"OJl L e" 1,1 w,,,lu oheerilv he tracks into town to ,ay
I'ortuguese are the best people for s flue to a h- bea" his tax. for there's fun in paying
i i . : 1

taxes when the money's wisely spent:

make good Americans in a genera

though this thing of building road:

lion or two. Japanese are fine work- W. S. West, a well known Con fed-' of our wealth takes mighty loads, no
ers. hut Mr. Howell is one of the orate etc ran. who left Tampa sev- I one who is patriotic will begrudge a

California to blooming cent.

mea who has read the handwriting eral liKiiths a

a .;i

nVle home stands by th- vailroa :

crossing ten miles out from town. If in ail ways practicable.

set it out in cabba-

Th !' Cf Ve

fie is;i"t lit 1 1 up ay tta.a
raiirea I t r. siug he mal e e-onsily
onsily e-onsily hi : wenty -live ruin.:

, 1 ; n.. li.-lJ

Further south, .lie car passj u a m '-'

handsome house in a big orange about that?

What do you know

Ik- grove. It was the old Montague The soil was as loose as an asn-

. X- :vm-
- it &i3ms- mmrS.

.. ;;-,.o.-of

- -;;.A:. ,i:.-hv -W-.-r.-Pjtx
xK&hm0&&4 $ .. -o
-' r -c- Jt.T,- .'-'ir, "s E

( iuvrv ci:x i niid EM f.v in may

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 vour own decision of where you shall bank, rests much of your future
success. The Munroe & Chamhliss Bank is always pleased to demonstrate its
qualifications for superior service.
The Munroe & CliamMIss Bank




DR. F. E. McCLANE, M. D.
The Dr. McClane Medical Surgical and
Electrical Institute
IMIOXE3 Office, Xo. 333. Dr M CIane" Residence, Xo. 407.
Office Suite 1 to 7, Holder Block Southwest cor. Public Square.

Special Prices on Recovering Auto Tops:

) Rubber...
v Mohair

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

Akin the Plumber
Is now prepared to give you 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 388 or 235 S. Osceola St. Ocala, Fla.

We have just received a carloaJ cf the Famous SOUTHERN Wire
Fencing, Staples and Hay Wire and are in position to make you some
attractive prices on it. We are the only dealers in this section of the
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past that it is absolutely the. best and strongest fepce on the market,
and running it as we have in competition with mny inferior grades
of wire fence. We have had some phenomenal sales on it and
made many friends and customers. Give us your orders, if the goods
don't make good we will.
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I May imitate the (iirN in Tin
!nt l" l u! H'Hiii- Induct ry
r 1 1 : t:; : Inuring the
art ui April. -, hile living u
!e:;:on: uri .?:) m Dunn-dlon.
' i.: I. ul.
or-' a.' la 1:.- present ake 1 if I
wo ,i Mil'' oraniz a Indies" canning
club along the saint- liiirs as those of
the yirls. Thi.- was a thought that
I ha .1 chrishe 1. b.i: considered it
a- a future work for Marion county.
However, b-inir so encouraged and
after talking it over with others, it
.-eems that th time is now ripe for
plendid undertaking
and I gladly offer my .-erviot-j to the
la lies of Marian county in organiz organizing
ing organizing a chain of clubs throughout the
county. 1 have written Mr. Martin,
of the railed States department of
agriculture on the subject and am
aa.sured of the hearty approval of the
Washington olJk-e. of course with the
proviso that I do not neglect my
gilr.s on account of it. I feed certain
of the fact thai .-uch an organization
would greatly strengthen the girls'
work, because it would naturally be
ihe means of cooperative work in the
The plan I suggest for the ladies'
canning clubs of Marion county is
that they be conducted on almost the
same basis as that of the girls" can canning
ning canning clubs, except that they will not
be required to care for the tenth tenth-acre
acre tenth-acre gardens as do the girls. On the
other hand they may put up all
kinds of fruits and vegetables from
as many acres as they choose, the
main idea being to save the stuff
that has heretofore gone to waste in
the fields. There is an art in can canning,
ning, canning, (.reselling and pickling and
while many housekeepers do these
things already and have their store storerooms
rooms storerooms well stocked there ar'- many
others who have not thought of i"
from the real homemaking stand standpoint.
point. standpoint. What we wan To do is to form in
studi a chain of clubs as will take in
every settlement in Marion county.
There will be pennants and prizes to
work for. not costly ones but suf sufficient
ficient sufficient to create interest. A club will
be composed of three women who
are congenial and live near enough
to each other to occassionally work
together, adding a little pleasure to
their work. In this way one canner
would serve the three: each could
use it by turns, and they could also
have their canning day together. My
reason for limiting the membership
to three is that our county is not
thickly settled in some places and
aside from that. I think a chosen
few do better work than in greater
numbers. I would suggest that such
an organization he called the Home Home-makers"
makers" Home-makers" Canning Club but would
like suggestions from other ladies be before
fore before deciding. With such an organi organization
zation organization as this and the Girls" Canning
club advancing as it will do from
now on. there should be no reason
for the merchants of Marion county
sending away for a single can of
such goods as can be raise;! here..
The shelves of every county store
should be filled with canned goods
bearing the name of Marion county
girls and the homemakers of the
county. Our merchants, cannot af afford
ford afford to stop buying canned goods
from other states until we assure
tliem of our ability to supply the de demand.
mand. demand. It is not reasonable to expect
it. but the time is drawing near
when fewer cans of foreign goods
will be se,-n and in their place will
be the 4-11 brand (the label of the
Girls' Canning clubs i and such
brands as are put up by our ladies'
clubs and the farmers who are do doing
ing doing such splendid work on these
lines already, if we encourage the
farmers from other states to settle
in our midst. we must also encour encourage
age encourage them by helping to dispose of
thir stuff. There are a number of
samples of eanne 1 goods at various
stores in town that are just as fine
as anyone would wish to see. Let
us have them placed on the marker,
in conclusion, lei nie say that the
object of such organization as I am
writing of is chiefly for t he better betterment
ment betterment of conditions in the home, the
surplus to be placed on the market,
and to add a bit of pleasantry and
social life along with what might
otherwise be term.! as work.
Mrs. J. R. Moorehead.
In Charge of Girls' Canning Clubs of
Marion County.
Liszt a Dry Smoker.
Liszt was a dry smcker cf a pecu peculiar
liar peculiar type. Massenet, -who knew him
well in his later years tells us that
Liszt could not play unless he hrd a
cigar in his mouth, which he never
troubled to light. He would sit down
to the piano with a cigar between hi 3
teeth and keep munching it all the
time he played Whn the c;;ar was
quite eatn up. th-- .V. ':.- -. : rise
from the ins t rum rt xhauvf-.J.
Freh oyters daily, "any tyle."
Merchant's C afe, J. Ii. Dewey. 10-:J-fit


They Invariably Tend to Point to
the Pole Star.
That the Earth Revolves on Its Axis
May Be Proved by a Simple Experi Experiment
ment Experiment With the Gyrostat Fheromena
of Rspid-iy Revolving Objects.
Spinning a top is not always rhild's
play, although it has generally been re regarded
garded regarded as a juvenile sport. Once in
Ibigland top whipping was practically
ordered by law. There was a huge
tep formerly provided in every village
to be whipped in frosty weather that
r!.e peasants might be kept warm by
the exercise and out of mischief while
they could not work. Shakespeare in
"Twelfth Night" says. -His brains
turn like a parish top." I'.eii .Jonson
in "New Inn" writes, "He spins like
a parish top." and Ileaumont and
I'ieteher have "dances like a town top
and reels and hobbies." Kvelyn. the
diarist, speaking of the uses of willow
woed. says that it was ordered that
"the great town tops should be made
Of late years, however, science has
taken a huid in spinning tops with
fruitful results. Proni spinning tops
we can learn many interesting and
valuable things. I,r examp'e. we can
prove that the earth revolves on its
axis ;ind calculate at what speed.
The phenomena of spinning bodies
a re etreine!y interesting. If you throw
o;:r li;it into the air. but without spin spinning
ning spinning it. it will fall perhaps, on one side,
perhaps o: the other, but if you give it
a spinning motion before sending it
into the air it will always come down
t! e same side down as it went tip. The
same tiling is true of coins and in fact
!" all objects spen ii, this manner. A
knife, if merely thrown into the air.
may come down at any angle, but if
he'd point down and sent spinning into
the air it will on failing stick its point
into the t'.oor invariably.
other bodies rigidity when
snun rapidly. Thus a piece of chain
if placed on n wheel and made to re revolve
volve revolve rapidly will form a perfect circle
and if thrown off the wheel suddenly
wiii roll across the table or the floor
just like a solid hoop until its speed is
diminished, when it will fall into a
huddled mass.
It is a strange f.-n-t that spinning
IhmI'os always tend to point to the
north star-the pole star. Gently, but
firmly, they seem to tug at their moor
incs in an effort to assume the angle
that will point them in that direction.
On they have attained it they do not
If. now. you want to prove the rota rotation
tion rotation .f the earth by means of a spin spinning
ning spinning top you can do so as follows:
Provide yourself with a gyrostat capa capable
ble capable of being driven by electricity so
that it can run for twenty-four hours
or more without stopping. Set this go going
ing going and point it to t he north or pole
star It will soon assume that direc
tion. Now. as the axis of the top is
pointed in a certain direction (say the
north wall of the room) and stays
there, without ever moving, this will
be a guide to you to check off your ob observations
servations observations And as you watch you will
lattice that in six hours time the top
will point to the west ami six hours
later to the south, six hours later to
the cast, and at the conclusion of the
twenty four hours it will have complet completed
ed completed the circle and will again be point pointing
ing pointing due north. It will have completed
the circuit of the four walls of the
What does this meanV It means that
the room bas revolved round the top.
but as the room is fixed to the solid
earth if implies that the whole earth
has revolved round the top. which
a'oiie remained stationary. Conse
CjUontly we have proved by this means
that the earth has turned once round
ot! ifs axis, and that it does so turn,
and that the heavens remain still and
Manv int resting astronomical dis discoveries
coveries discoveries have hot n made by the aid
of spinning ops. and the facts obtain obtained
ed obtained by their study have been applied to
fh" rotation of heavenly bodies, the
earth included, ami the "wabble" of its
axis I:;:- been calculated by this means.
In mat;., ways, therefore, t he sj i nning
top is ;i valuable scientific instrument.
- Hcte-.vard Cnrringtoti in New York
Effect of a Dream.
"The happiest dream I can recall,"
said a sun esfu! business man. "was
one I had ton uMfs ago. In it I was
; with my g 1 mother again, seated in
! the o'd home church She placed her
hand "D my head and whispered. "Son.
. I am proud of you." Tlmt little state
ment has kept sue out of wrongdoing
more than all the sermons I have ever
heard and. I think, has made me a bet better
ter better man." Philadelphia Record.
As Values Are Judged.
"Grt'iit S.-utt. woman! Are you try trying
ing trying t ruin aie:'
"Why. Henry! Vuu lon"t even know
wlmt I paid fr the gown."
"I kiiow th:it any gown that looks
nv; li.-'d :i thru one costs more than I
can afford to pay.'' Life.
Guite Correct.
A philosopher sny. man worship?
what lie cannot understand." If he is
referring to women he is correct. New
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An Evening With Mr. Meikle j
There lives an hair mile west of j
the forks of the Dunnellon and J
Shady Urove roads a most interest- J

I ii i i mh rMilwr III III- nt-iijii uci i
son of Mr. John Meikle, who is an
eminent astronomer, having taken
up the study of the heavenly bodies
as a hobby early in life, and pursu pursuing
ing pursuing it diligently. Last evening Mr.
Meikle instructively entertained at a
telescope party several Ocalans.
among who was a representative of
the Star.
The tplpsmnp is larze with nower- ;

ful magnifying lenses. The moon thoroughly interesting and was
was first examined. Its distance as j greatly appreciated by all who heard
seen with the naked eye is 238,000 j her. Miss Tydings is planning to
miles which was lessened by the in-: have a cottage erected on the as as-strument
strument as-strument to 1.300 miles. The sum-', sembly site on Anastasia soon. St.
mits of the mountains touched by j Augustine Record.

the obliquely falling sunlight and
other parts of its surface were dis distinctly
tinctly distinctly visible. The instrument was
next turned on Jupiter, the greatest
of the planets. The quatorial lines
and curious spots for which it is
noted and four of its five moons
were clearly seen. The rapidity with
which the moon and Jupiter passed
the sphere of the telescope was mar marvelous.
velous. marvelous. Stars and costellations were
also viewed.
Mr. Meikle is from Glasgow,
Scotland, also Mr. and Mrs. Dantzell.
with whom he lives, Mrs. Dantzell;
heing a niece. i nej nae uwu citi citizens
zens citizens of this county three years, com coming
ing coming here from Pittsburg. Pa.
Mrs. Anna M. Holder returned
yesterday after an absence of six
weeks spent at West Baden. Ind.,
and Cincinnati. O. At the latter
place she visited relatives.
Mrs. Mary Eagleton is home from
a ten days trip to Philadelphia,
where she went to see her daughter.
Margaret, who is in school. While
away. Mr.-. Kagleton made a call on
her sister-in-law. Miss Margaret
Eagleton at Pottstown. Pa., and re reports
ports reports that she is convalescing rapid rapidly
ly rapidly from her recent stroke of paraly paralysis.
sis. paralysis. Miss Eagleton is able to walk
without the assistance of a cane,
which news will be pleasant to her
Ocala friends.
Mrs. W. L. Colbert has a red
blooming geranium, four feet high,
which is the best rival Ocala has for
California's geranium trees. j
Mrs. F. E. McClane is home again
from her visit to Macon, Ga., and
her former home in Xewton. Ala.
Returning with her came her grand grandson.
son. grandson. Master Elmer Adcock, who will
attend the Ocala school.
.Miss Winifred Tucker is in Dun Dunnellon
nellon Dunnellon for a few days' visit with her
sisters. Mrs. Harry Peter and Mrs.
Sam V. Duke.
Miss Maude Kennerly. a popular
Palatka young lady who conies to
Ocala frequently, i is in Jacksonville
now. visiting" her sister. Mrs. Ridley
Miss Blanche Mizelle. who has
been visiting Miss Ophelia Sawtell
for two weeks, has returned to her
home at Orange Lake.
Mr. Alfred Butler of New Zealand
will begin his homeward trip via
San Francisco. Cal.. tomorrow. Mr.
Butler has been visiting his cousin.
Mr. C. S. Cullen for two months, and
is delighted with Florida.
Mrs. George Shanton. who ha?
been the charming guest of Mrs. W.
Four Reels High High-Class
Class High-Class Motion
"The Noisy Suitors" Biograph
"John Manley's Awakening" Ed.
"The Chicken Industry" Eclipse
"The Mysterious Hand" Lubin
In addition to the picture program
Billy Smith can be seen in his own
and original black face act. "The
Dark Town Politician."

6:30 to 10 p. m.
5 and 10 Cents

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H. Dodge for a week, left yesterday
for Jacksonville. Before returning
the first of December to her home at
San Juan, Porto Rico. where her

Shanton will be entertained in Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, I). C.
Ciave Interesting Lecture
Miss Ellie Tydings. who is serving
as a missionary in Mexico, delivered
a most interesting lecture before the
Enworth League at the Methodist
'church last night, upon conditions in
revolt torn Mexico. The lecture was
To Solicit for the Hospital
Friday and Saturday a committee
composed of young ladies and girls
will make a house to house canvass
of the city asking donations of
money for the fund to buy screens
for the new hospital. The windows
and doors will be screened first, then
the galleries.
Mrs. R. J. Sales, who has been
j visiting her sisters, Mrs. L. M. Pon Pon-I
I Pon-I der and Mrs. J. E. Johnson, for two
! weeks, will remain in the city an-
other week before going to Tampa to
join her husband. Mr. and Mrs.
Sales have been living in Thomas Thomas-ville.
ville. Thomas-ville. ("a., but in-'the future will re reside
side reside in Tampa.
Rev. Edward Ley returned last
Friday from a couple of weeks visit
to Ocala with his mother who is
somewhat indisposed. Mr. Ley also
visited in Jacksonville and other
joints up the state, renewing his old
acquaintances. He left his mother
improving slightly and it is hoped by
the friends of Rev. Ley that this
I i .1 1.1 m. ..:,:.. i i .. ... : 11
giHim aim iiuuie i,uiisiidii iau vwn
rapidly recover. Arcadia News.
Mrs. Maisie Lles and daughter.
Miss Dorothy, Who were in the city
to attend thepftwera of Judge
Lvles. left todax for their home in
lamesviiie. (
Mr. J. R. Moorhead and family
have gone to Gulf Hammock, in Levy
fcountv. where they will spent the
remainder of the week camping.
Mrs. Sue Frink. who has been
away on a ten weeks' vacation, has
returned home. Mrs. Frink spent
most of the time in Ensley. Ala.,
with her daughter. Mrs. George Wat Watson,
son, Watson, and stopped for a short time on
her way home in Jacksonville, thence
going to St. Augustine for a short
Mrs. George Blitch and son. Mas Master
ter Master Hardy Croom. returned this aft-
: ernoon from Asheville. N. C where
they have enjoyed a delightful stay
of several weeks.
Mrs. E. J. Redding is home from
Michigan, where she has been visit visiting
ing visiting relatives all summer.
Mrs. Tabiv and daughter. Miss
Cora Tabor, left this afternoon on
the limited for Atlanta for a stay of
a few days and wilF then go to Chi Chicago,
cago, Chicago, where they will make their
! home. Thev have been spending the
summer with Mrs. Tabor's brother-in-law
and sister. Mr. and Mrs. S.
P. Hollinrake.
Miss C. L. Caul, a sister of Mrs.
Elliott, has taken charge of Mrs.
John R. Martin's household affairs
during Mrs. Martin's illness.
Mr. and Mrs. B. W. McDonald and
little daughter. Florrie May, of Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, arrived in town yesterday
and will spend a few days in the city,
guests of Mrs. McDonald's mother.
Mrs. Condon.
Mrs. R. R. Carroll and daughter
Merris. who have been at North
Woodstock. N. H.. in the White
Mountains, for the past three months,
are now in Portland. Maine, where
they will spend a few days. They
will then go to Boston for a stay of
a few davs. thence to New York City
l l a c t. v i ----- -
home. Just before leading New
Hampshire, the hunters in he mo.m
tains nearby killed a -.umber of
bears at different places and ca-. ir
ed a little bear cub. which was eir.s
kept as a pet
in the little town.
Mr. an I Mrs. C. C. Stevens were
well known Berlin citizens in town
town, the former coming especially
to attend the veterans" meeting.
When they make "better shoes" at
... i

Live Wire Traveling Salesman En-

list. Many of His Brethren in
the Blitchton Road Line
The following enterprising trav
eling men have been enlisted in the
Blitchton road working by the active
and iublic spirited Maurice E. Rob
inson of Hub Shoe fame.
Ocala, Fla.. Oct. 4. 1913.
We. the undersigned traveling
salesmen, herebv nromise to do all
in our power to he present on uct
HUh. and to assist all we can in the
building of the hard road from
Ocala to Blitchton on that date:
"Sunnv Jim" Robinson. Jos. Ros
enheim Shoe Co.
J. C. Jackson. Bearley Shoe Co.
M. Haughton, Baker & Holmes Co
Chas. S. Swain, International Har
vester Company.
C. W. Rogers, Reily Taylor Co.
Amos D. Acosta. Southern Coffee
F. W. Barse, National Bircuit Co
R. O. Conner. International Har
vester Company.
Era L. Taylor, Turner & Fudger.
C. E. Winston, Hutchinson Shoe
J. E. Longworth. Georgia Railroad
F. W. Cook. Armour Co.
F. B. Beckham.
J. K. Dickson. M. C. Riser Co.
W. W. Stripling. Jones Chambliss j
i A. O. Martin. Florida Paper Co
C. X. Kirkland. Ocala Grocery Co.
W. H. Bates. Alabastine Co.
F. A. Rust. Underwood Typewriter
J M Hewitt. United Grocery Co.
Wm. Wolff. Atlanta Paper Co.
O. S. Van Horn. Geo. Bloom Son
J. G. Spurlin. C. W. Zaring Co
Fred Kelly, Chototin Cunningham
Geo. W. Martin. Geo. F. Wharton.
R. V. Rose, Cheek-Xeal Coffee Co.
"The mother who allows a sixteen
year-old daughter to float around
the township in a top buggy until 2
a. m. with a counterfeit sport of
weak jaw and weaker morals merely
opens the front door to grief and
disgrace." says an exchange. If you
don't know what company your
daughter keeps, or what time of
night she turns in, your roar when
gossips get busy will sound about as
pathetic as a jewsharp. The girl
who insists on spooning with every everybody
body everybody in the corporate limits ought
to be taken back into the woodshed
and relieved of her overflow of affec affection
tion affection with a Xo. 1 1 .slipper laid care carelessly
lessly carelessly across the hiplets. We had
sooner see a girl kiss a blind shoat
through a barbed wire fence than
have her change partners six nights
a week in the front parlor with the
lights turned low. It is harder to
marry off a girl who has been pawed
over by every boy in the community
than it is to fatten sheep on pine pineapple
apple pineapple ice. You can't gold-brick a
sharp eyed suitor with second-hand
goo Is any more than you can fit a
bathrobe on a goat.
Congressman Frank Clark is the
proud possessor of the pen with
which Speaker Clark signed the new
tariff bill, which was presented tti
him by the speaker. It is a souveni:
of which the Florida congressman
has every reason to feel proud.
Gainesville Sun.
Are you wearing black? If so. see
the pretty fourteen button boot for
ladies in mourning at Little's Shoe
Parlor. 10-2-Gt
A small runabout automobile:
must be in fair condition and cheap.
Apply to '-Auto." Star office. 1 0-1 -tf
You are cordially in in-?
? in-? vited to call and inspect
t the FALL HaTS on dis-
j j, play at the Harrington
jX oteJ Tliesday.Wed-
j Tu ,n
,x nesuay auu mmj.
0ctober7th, 8th and 9th.
Louisville, Ky.


Hardware Department


Fishing Tacide That's Fit For

We have it.
Rods, Reels, Lines, etc.
Trolling Leaders,
Hall Spinners,
Jewell Spoons,
and Minnows of all kinds.

Shot Guns, Rifles and Shells.
We have the Sporting Goods.

Teacher of Voire Culture
Residence 701 Earl street; phone
411'. Fall term begins Sept. 20,

l'.tKJ. Pupils may enroll at anyjscn:
time. 'j-27-Gt i November
j 17 and IS. Edison Talking Pic Pic-All
All Pic-All the late shapes and shades injures.

men's fall hats are just in at Water-J
man's, det yours now. 9-22-tf j
1 have a guaranteed piano tuner j
for a few days. Those wanting hisj
services leave orders at my store at j
once. A. M. Lansford. 9-30-5t j
T'ney are worth looking at even if
you don't buy those nobby Hawes
and John U. Stetson hats at Water Waterman's
man's Waterman's haberdashery. 9-22-tf
livsh oysters daily, "any style.";
Merchant's Cafe. J. II. Iewey. IO-3-Ot:
Dental Surgeon
Rooms 9, 10, 11, Holder Block
Phone 250
Terms: Cash.
Dental Surgeon
Office Over Commercial Bank
Phone 211
Dental Surgeon
Office Law- Library Building
Phone 444
Attorney at Law
MfSce Second Floor Munroe
ChambLss Bank Building



Masters C,

Store off Quality

Manager Bennett has secured the
following plays for the coming sea-
24th. "Bought and Paid For."
27. Local talent, benefit hospital.
i 2Sth. Bert Leigh in "The Little
S :30th. Coburn's Minstrels.
"The Barber of Seville."
1 :Jth.
1 ;th.
2 2nd.
2 4 th.
"The Leopard bpots.
Xiel O'Brien Minstrels.
"Quo Vadis."
"Quo Vadis."
1. Divorce Question.
:.. "The Shepherd of the Hills."
17th. "Polly of the Circus."
2-".. Lecture.
j 20th. The Smart Set.
27th. "The Spring Maid."
I February
1. Smart Set.
23rd. Evan's Honey Boy Min Min-Istrels.
Istrels. Min-Istrels. March
' 4th to 13th. Chautauqua,
j ICth. "The Rose Maid."
Huh Paul Gilmore.
The Ocala Lodge Xo. G99, Loyal
j Order of Moose, meets each Thursday
; evening at S o'clock in the Moose
; building. Visiting brothers are in incited
cited incited to attenl our meetings.
' Geo. F. Mershon. Dictator.
E. L. Stapp. Secretary.
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.
Jake Brown. Secretary. Ad
No. Six-Sixty-Six
Thl. im nrc-rintinn nreoared esDeciall
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t Five or ix doc will breai any caie. an: j
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Every Woman
Should Have
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On hand for use in case of emergen emergencies.
cies. emergencies. If unexpected company comes
hi fhe is prepared to serve a lunch luncheon
eon luncheon in a few minutes. A few sug suggestions:
gestions: suggestions: Olives. Pickles. Fruits,
Fish. etc. Let us prove that we give
unequaled service and superior
Smith Grocery Co.
PHOXE 4:$4
Xorth of Ocala National liank
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If you do they should always
be sjxjtless and nicely pressed.
Pressing and cleaning is our
business. Call phone twenty twenty-one.
one. twenty-one. ?
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Liver Iluiu Your Temper and
Spoil Your Work
If your liver doesn't behave right!
all the time if it sometimes stops!
working and you become bilious and j
"headachy" don't take calomel, but;
try Dodson's Liver Tone.
You are safe in taking Dodson's!
Liver Tone. It's a harmless, nleasant
vegetable remedy that starts the liver!
without stirrin:
up your
whole sys sys-It
It sys-It is espe-
i tt in as calomel often does.
cially good
for children who need a
liver tunic once in a while, but who
should not be dosed with strong' drug's.
li.d.on's Liver Tone is sold by the
Court I'harmacy. This store guar guarantees
antees guarantees it with a clean open and shut
.guaranty your money back with a
smib- if it fails to sati.-fy yuu. Price,
"0 cents a bottle, and your money is
as safe as if you had it in your pocket,
if you need the r.Kdicine you need it
I idly
if it
;::acy i
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Merchant's Cafe, .1. II. Dewey. lO-:5-tf
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 mouths' treatment, and
seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send
for testimonials from this and other!
states. Dr. E. W. Hall. 202C 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 I'arlor. 10-2-Ct
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tive laxative is what people demand when
suffering form constipation. Thous Thous-j
j Thous-j an Is swear by Dr. King's New Life
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io. Antonio. Tex., writes: "They are beyond
question, the best pill my wife and
I have ever taken." They never
I c;nise onin PHcm ". nt nil drnor.
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English "Game."
Game, according to English law, in in-jludes
jludes in-jludes hares, pheasants, partridges,
grouse, black game, ptarmigan and
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.
Stid. of Mason. Mich., writes: "My
whole family depended upon Dr.
King's New Discovery as the best
cough and cold medicine in the
world. Two oOc 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 cure their
coughs and colds, throat and lung
troubles. Every dose helps. Price
."0c and $1 All druggists. H. E.
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Louis. Ad
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In the Days That Are Gone It May
Have Been Due to Eye Strain.
It scenes that at iast genius is dis discovered
covered discovered not to be allied to insanity, but
that rather all it? eccentricities are cine
to eye strain.
lira in s.ei-ialits. for instance, are as asserting
serting asserting that if Carlyle had had ptoper ptoper-iy
iy ptoper-iy adjusted glaes and good electric
. light to vrk by instead of a skylight
ver his desk, and that illumined by a
London fog much of the time, he
would not have been such a grumbler
and dyspeptic. In fact, eye strain was
; the cause of all his eccentricities.
: All geniuses, in fact, would have
been optimistic, says science now. if
they had only had bifocal glasses at
i ihe right time. The same unnormal
j eyesight is given as the cause of many
tragic paintings That famous artist.
J Turner, would never have painted the
i slave ship in a storm, but would rather
have depicted the peaceful landscape
that so many artists paint when their
eyes are properly fitted with glasses
Wagner, too, if he had worn the cor correct
rect correct spectacles and had had that decid decided
ed decided tilt to one eye remedied, probably
would never have written about Wal-
kyrie and dragons, but would have j
written pleasant dances and even
ragtime instead.
Darwin also was another victim of j
eyestrain Doubtless he would never)
have given to the world his theory ot ;
evolution which stirred society up if
his eyes had been normal.
De Quince- suffered from bad eyes
Surelv lie would never have taken
i opium if he
had had glasses Rut
other hand, the world
then, on tlu
would have missed his opium dreams
And. after all is conslderd. scientists
conclude society could better dispense
with spectacles than
London Tit -Hits.
with geniuses.
New Zealand Mao-is Prepare Their
Food In Nature's Kitchens.
The Maoris ot northern New Zea
l.t ltd enjoy rooked food to a far great greater
er greater extent than other natives, but they
i ever bother with tire. They build
beir huts on the edce of some "friend
!y" geyser, where they may rook in';
nature's kitchen. The methods of this
primitive people living in so strange
a neighborhood are described by Max
Ilerz in "New Zealand
On a spot which superstition would
::sso,-iate with death and the devii the
huts of about J!i Maoris lie scattered.
the remnant of the once warlike tribe
of Tuhoiira ngi. It is lucky that these
sinip'e folk need no kitchen, for na nature
ture nature has built, for them the best of all
cooking appliances and saved them
endless trouble with the stove, gas
company or coal merchant.
A pond of boiling water lies in the
middle of the sett lenient. In this the
Maori woman puts her water kettle to
boil or hangs the wide niehed Max
bag tilled with potatoes and waits un until
til until they are cooked True, the potatoes
cooked in their skins taste a little of
sulphur, but that is the right tlavor for
a Maori palate the haut gout for the
brown gourmet.
For the cooking of meats the fuma- I
roles, or holes through which steam j
escapes from the ground, are used Ai
box with a wooden grating for a hot- j
ton is placed on the ground over the
hole. In this the Maori woman places;
the meat, well covered with tin or iron ;
pots An old sugar bag is then spread j
over the box. and the crude apparatus
is left until the imprisoned steam has j
completely cooked the joint. J
A Famous Larrpoon. i
It is handed down in tradition that j
the caustic commrnt "he never says a;
foolish tiling nor ever does a wise one"
was written in Whitehall on the chain-!
her door of King Charles 11. '1 he wit i
who created the lampoon seems never
to have felt it quite prudent to estab
lish his authorship, but there is ex
eel lent reason to accord it to John
Wilmot. earl of Rochester The text
of the inscription is;
Here lies our sovereign lord the king.
Whose word no man relus n
He never sa s a foolish thins
Nor ever does a wise one.
New York Sun.
Bradshaw and the Months.
Although the provision "I) V." has
never figured on railway time tables, a
dose examination of Bradshaw re-
veals a trace of strong religious feel- j
iug On the cover the months are re-J
ferred to by their numerals-"1st mo."
for .January. "2d mo." for February.
and so on Bradshaw as a Quaker ob- j
jected to taking the names of the!
months from heathen emperors and j
deities, and this prejudice has been i
perpetuated since the first issue of the ;
time table in 1S41. London Auswers.
Fatal Mistake. j
Some years ago in a mining town a i
man was found dead in his hotel room J
hanged to a bedpost by his suspend- j
ers. The jury of miners brought in the '.
following verdict at the coroner's m-
quest: "Deceased came to his death by
coming home full and mistaking him himself
self himself for his a uts -ArgonauL
The Fireside Diplomat.
"I don't want to be nagging at you."
Mrs. Marryat began, "but it's the little
things that bother me most"-
"Ah." interrupted her husband sweet sweetly.
ly. sweetly. "1 suppose you're going to tell me
i you haven't a decent pair of shoes."
t uiiaueij,i:i;i fress

j Flora of the Balkans.
'' j The Balkans, in s.,me respects the
I i
.j. j most repuNive region of Kur'r.
i florallv one of the grandest In f'.'i!
.j. I garia especially it is .os-p, to w in

der literaliv through miles of roses

;hen the earth quakes.

md Strains to Which
Globe Is Subjected.
Vhen the stairs cresk :u,d the furni-
ture gives out mytei -:o:is eracklinff
sounds at night we sometimes sit
p in
ln?d and wonder if thrie is a burglar
about, but it doesn't occur to us that
what we hear is really an earthquake
on a small scale. The night air has
caused the wood, to contract with 'a
tnap. thus accounting for the alarming
sounds. This is just exactly what the
earth is doing periodically. To a mi microbe,
crobe, microbe, reposing on the polished sur surface
face surface of the table, this disturbance is
probably as violent as an earthquake
is to a human being.
An earthquake is a terrible thing. It
conies without warning. It is over be before
fore before one knows which way to fly. and
its fury can be abated by no man.
Vet to the geologist earthquakes are
onlj- symptoms. They are not causes
so much as results results of great
stresses and strains within the earth
that cause slippings and slidings from
time to time. If the rocks on the shell
of the earth slip and grate against
each other so much as an inch along a
fissure ten miles in length a shiver is
feJt. A slip of fifteen feet along a
course of VJtO miles sufficed to bring
about the terrible San Francisco earth-
Quake and tire,
These strains and stresses accumulate
steadily within the earth. The point
at which they have once found relief is
weaker to resist the next strain. It
s!il,s again presently. Ry successive
movements its sides become more and
more displaced. Rock layers, mineral
veins, coal seams that cross the line of
displacement, are jogged out of their
course. So are roads, fence lines and
brooks that run across it on the sur surface.
face. surface. In the San Francisco quake one
man's front yard was moved twenty
feet to me side of his house, and in
another place the slip line came so
close to a man's barn that some piles
of straw, thrown out from the win windows,
dows, windows, were carried away. In Japan a
cliff twelve feet high interrupted a road roadway,
way, roadway, and thousands of similar cases
might be cited. These were primary
movements along the line of the dis disturbance
turbance disturbance that caused the earthquakes.
Brooklyn Lagle.
Business Is Allowed to
With Their Sport.
The grouse hunting season in Britain
opens on Aug. 12 On that day every1
Englishm::!) and every Scot who makes s
any pretension to a standing in society
Lfoes "HliniiiLf for two w';s :ir b-:ist.
Nothing is allowed to stand in the wav

of this annual diversion. For a week family for general farm work. Ap Ap-or
or Ap-or two preceding this outing business! ply H. H. Whitworth. 9T2.",-tf
is of little consequence. Everything
to rccohe any attention at all must re -j FOR SALE OR RENT A seven seven-late
late seven-late in some way to guns and dogs :rooni two-tsory residence, with bath
A year or so ago a New York man hadU,i i;CTt. a h -j m ctrt in.

occasion to go to London to meet a!
British tinain-ier to put the finishing'
touches to a mat tired business propo-j
ition. lie arrived a couple of davs be
fore the 12th of August. The (inau
j ,.jer U:,s uot ju tjjs paee 0f business.
I -No," said his rhief clerk: "he has

gone for the grouse shoot. He will not 1 Munroe & Chambliss Bank. 10-G-tf
talk business with any one. I do not!
think he will see you at all. sir." F0R rent Modern residence on
"But." said the New Yorker, "I ave;Fort Kjn? avenuc; Anderson
crossed the Atlantic for no other pur-!,.., ,rf. A 0 ir
. I Pharmacy, phone 2G9. 10-2-tf
pose than to see him. 1 his business

will not take more than half an hour
of his time, and then I'm off for home
"1 should advise against your gome
to his home. sir.
He would not receive
anybody at this time. He will attend
to no business."
But the New Yorker thought differ-1
ently. lie went to the country home;
of the financier. A burly butler met j
him at the door. To him "the New;
Yorker gave his card. It was prompt-
! jv jt. turned to him.
"The master." said the butler, "will
see no one. He sets out for the grouse:
shMting tomorrow. He says to call,
please, in a fortnight."
And the New Yorker was compelled
to remain two weeks longer until the
Englishman returned from his hunt.!
when the business was finished
twenty minutes. Indianapolis News.
The Seven Wise Men. J
The names and characteristic aphor aphorisms
isms aphorisms of the seven wise men of ancient
Greece are as follows: Solon of Ath Athens.
ens. Athens. "Nothing in excess:" Theles of;
Miletus. "Suretyship brings ruin:" Pit Pit-tacus
tacus Pit-tacus of Mityiene. "Know thine oppor opportunity:"
tunity:" opportunity:" Bias of Priene in Caria. "Too
many workers spoil the work:" Chilonj
of Sparta. "Know thv'--!f;" CleobuIu
of Rhodes. "Moderation is the chief i
good." and Periander of Corinth. "Fore "Forethought
thought "Forethought in ai! things."
Father's Inconsistency.
Father will splash around in two,-
feet of water and ruin a good suit of
, i
Iotbes to ave articles in a strangers
house during a thirty cent fire. But if j
the nan under the ieelox Rows over he!
, .,..:., .w
,.., ,..,. f1wn Jinfi m,,n ir nn.
Cincinnati Enquirer.
l In the Marshes.
"What makes yrui stand on one f oof j
j and move ur shoulders in that way?" j
I as1,'-! the snir.e i
-We!!." roplid the rarie. "there's noj
j cban of my learning to sing, s I'm
i practicing to see if 1 can't become a
lassie daii'-er." Washington Star
There is a man whose wife makes j
1 :'n get up s.- oner! to mint nnrgiars
th:t he snvs he is going to let her get a
divot. -tnd marry a night watchman.
- Washington Star


QStf FOUfirJ, WantBCJ, FOf Safe-
! r n -i .,
i for item ana aimiiar Local neeas-,
WANTED To buy a building lot
near center of town, about 100x100,
for cash. Box. 2 60. 9-29-Gt
FOR SALE Several sections of
shafting, different sizes, for sale
cheap, at the Star office. 9-30-tf
FOR SALE A number of solid
steel, wood and cone pulleys very
cheap. Star office. 9-30-tf.
FOR SALE SALE-hangers.
hangers. SALE-hangers. Apply
A lot of shafting
at Star office. 9-30tf
WANTED TO BUY Second hand
furniture and heating stove. Must
be in good condition. Address P. O.
Box 43S. 10-l-6t
North Sanchez street 2 homes lot
120x203; must sell together r 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 9-30-61.
FOR SALE 3:0 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.
Raskin, Dunnellon. Fla. 9-30-lm
FOR SALE Two choice corner
Ins. eat Oklawaha avenue. Big bar bargain.
gain. bargain. Apply at Star office. S 2S-tf
with RENT-with bath, etc..
-mx room cottage
corner Watula and
streets. Apply at
South Seventh
. Southern Express Office.
y 4-tf
I WANTED At. once, man with
dy to Tydings' drugstore. 10-3-6t
FOR RENT A six-room cottage
!OIi South Tn5rd street, across from
! the primary school building. -Apply
; to Dr. R. D. Fuller at his office over
i cycle was taken from in front of T.
, W. Troxler's store on Saturday aft-
ernoon, Oct. 4. Send information to
this office
FOR RENT Three furnished
rooms fcr light housekeeping. Apply
this office or S20 S. 3rd St.
A lot of new Hart, Schaffner &
Mark suits just in at Waterman's.
t he very latest designs.
! Come and look then over. 9-22-tf
The Hart. Schaffner & Mar.t ready
to wear clothin
need no introiuc-

in;tion in Ocala. Waterman is exclus

e a
gent for this superior line 9-22
And Be Free From Her Troubles,
but Finds Better Way.
Columbia, Tenn. "Many a time,"
says Mrs. Jessie Sharp, of this place.
"I wished I would die and be relieved
j of my suffering, from womanly troubles.
1 couia not get up, without pulling at
r Q.u: 0i Za ,CL :JUa
Chilli. Lll Jlif IIS IIWip C&i'lA oiaj lit KJS-
most o the time i could not do my
t, . ....
f"6."1 "'
rnt Mv head u'miln witn and I wriuM
tremble for an hour or more. Finally, TI
look Cardui, the woman's tonic, and II
am not bothered with pains any more,
and I don't have to go to bed. In fact,
I am sound and well of all my troubles."
Cardui goes to all the weak spots andj
helps to make them strong. It acts with
nature not against her. It is for the
tired, nervous, irritable women, who feel
as if everything were wrong, and need
something to quiet their nerves and
strengthen the worn-out system.
If you are a woman, suffering from any
of the numerous symptoms of wornani
trouble, take Cardui. k will help you.
At all druggists.
Write to: Chatta-oOfea Ked cire Co.. Ladies"
Adv-.sory DeK Cr.arr.-oa. Term., for
imtfm-eiont or, your case tr,? 64 paje ocok. "Hot
Treit.-r.ent tar A'crti.-.. ; r. wriser. N.C. 122

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Being a True Account of Certain j

Strange and Wonderful Adven-
tures of Master John Hampdon, J
Seaman, and Mistress Lucy J
Wilberforce, Gentlewoman, In
the Great South Seas. j)

X Copyiiit. 1912. fcy Cyrus lowasend Brady J

in m e 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

tile Btern sueets anu waited. e w ere
racing toward that reef with dizzy
speed, rising with the uplift up the
wave I had just time for one word.
"If we die." I shouted, "remember
that I have been your true servant al always."
ways." always." She nodded her head, tier eyes glis glistening,
tening, glistening, and tbeu I lot si-ht of her. A
huge roller overtook us. The little boat
rose and roe and rose with a giddy,
furious motion. Suddenly it lgnn to
turn If it went broadside to the reef
and m wave caught it or one broke over
it we should be lost, but I had foreseen

the danger. I threw out my oar and
with every pound of strength in arm.
leg and body I thrust blindly, desper desperately,
ately, desperately, ag iint the thrust of the sea. It
was an unequal combat, a raau against
the Pacific ocean. I couldn't have main maintained
tained maintained it for long. And yet it seemed
hours. The strain was terrific.
The wave we were riding broke just
as we reached the top. We sank down
into what seemed a valley of water,
the breakers roared in our ears, the
sorav fell over us like rain. We sank

lower and lower, there was a sound of j

grinding along the keel. We had struck
the -oral evident ly. I thought this was
all. for another moment arid the bottom
would have been ripped out of her: but

no. we were over in safety.


I suppose I must have thrashed
about somewhat when I brought the
dingj to the wiud and changed her
course, for presently my little mistress
awoke. Slie sat up instantly, and after
the briefest acknowledgment of my
good morning and the briefest reply
to my inijuiry as to how she did she
stared at the land toward which we
were edgiug in so far as the wind
would allow. It was a bleak, inhos inhospitable
pitable inhospitable looking place, that gray, rough
wall, in spite of its infrequent crust
ing of verdure. I will admit, and she.
too, found it so. After she had stared
hard at the land she cast an anxious
glance to leeward, but. of curse, could
make nothing of the distant islands
We must get ashore." said I. "as

ooii as iwjsslble. l'y the time theii

debauch will have worn off they will
either bring the ship here or send the
boat after us. Afloat we can do noth

ing. ashore we may find some conceal-1
ment and probably make some de defense."
fense." defense." "It is a bleak looking spot."
Indeed, not a curl of smoke any anywhere
where anywhere betrayed the presence of man mankind.
kind. mankind. Had it not been for depres depressions
sions depressions in the walls of the cliff here and
there which were tilled with vegeta vegetation,
tion, vegetation, one might have supposed the is
land to be nothing but a desolate aud
arid rock, but this reassured me. I
thought it strange that there was no
mountain or hill rising from beyond
the top of the wall, but I was yet to
see "how strange the island was.

r isut as it was tun morning now i
decided that first of all the creature
comforts had to be thought of. I offer offered
ed offered to relinquish the tiller and prepare
something t eat. but Mistress Lucy
took that upon herself. What we had
was cold, but there was plenty of it.

and at my urging she ate heartily, j

For myself I needed no stimulus but
ray raging hunger. I wanted her to
be in fettle for whatever might hap happen.
pen. happen. We had not much conversation the
while, but I do remember that she did
say she had rather be here alone with
me than on the ship, whereat my
heart pounded, but I had sense enough
to say nothing. Her loneliness aud
helplessness appealed to me. I might
have been bold under other circum circumstances,
stances, circumstances, but pot now.
Well, we toasted along that barrier
reef a good part of the morning until

we reached the other end of the island
and discovered to our dismay that
there was absolutely no opening, no
break in it through which we could
make our way. When we reached the
lower end my lady was for sailing
around on the other side, but this I did
not dare. We had heard nothing from
the ship or her boats, and I didn't pro pro-Kise
Kise pro-Kise to arouse any pursuit by coming
within possible range of her glasses
I did not know where the Rose of Ie
von lay.
"Madam." said I at last, "there is
naught for us but to try to go over the
reef in some fashion. As I examined
the island yesterday through the
plasses I couldn't see any opening in

the reef on that side. and. although I
never saw or heard of a cast like thi
lefore. I make no doubt but what the
reef is continuous and there is no ac access
cess access to the island except over it. Anl
come to think f it. S'r Philip chart
showed no opening either."
"I recall that the reef completely en
circles the island in the map." assent assented
ed assented ray lady.
"Then we must eveu pass over it as
we can. I have had some experience
in taking a boat through the surf. and.
although it is a prodigious risk. I be believe
lieve believe I can take this one over. 1 think
we shall win through if you will sit
perfectly quiet and trust to me."
"1 will do whatever you tell me."
she said with a most becoming and un unusual
usual unusual meekness. "I think I kflow-1
trust you entirely. Master Hampdon."
"Very well." said 1 quietly, "and may
God help us:"
Fortunately the tide was makinc to

Hre Is a Writer Who Claims They
Are Positively Hideous.
No distinctively- American style has
arisen, and the average American home
remains as ugly and as undistinguish undistinguished
ed undistinguished as a Zulu kraal. In its essence it
Is simply a square box. Aud from that
archetype it proceed upward, uot
through degrees of beauty, but through
degrees of hideousness. The more it
Is plastered with oruameut the more
fulgar aud forbidding it becomes. The
more it is adorned with color the more
that color becomes a madness, a de
bauch. a public iudeceiicy.
Take a train ride through any Amer American
ican American state and you will be sickened by
the chaotic ugliness of the flitting
villages houses sprawling mid shape
less, a huge advertising sign upon
every fiat wall, au intolerable effect of
carelessness, ignorance, squalor, bad
taste aud downright vieiousness.
But make the same sort of journe.x
through France or (ieruian.v-say from

Bremen to Munich or from Paris to
Lyons --or through Austria or Italy or
Switzerland, and you will be charmed
by the lMautiful harmony visible on
all sides, the subordination of details

!to geueral effects, the instinctive feel
ling for iolor. the sound grouping, the

The last remainder of the wave consrant presence or a tradition and a fairly over us and struck me in ; styl-. The design of the peasant
the back as I stood aft with such force j houses changes twenty times between
sis to bring me to my knees. However. I the Westphalian plain and the foot
in that Mjsition I acted as a sort of hills of the Alps, but in every change
breakwater and the dinghy was not there is a subtle reflection of the
completely filled Although she had physical environment, an unmistakable
shipped quantities of sea. she still expression of human aspiration, world
floated. The force with which we had; ly estate and character

been thrown over the crest of the wave
drove us landward with tremendous

1 don't know any ugly village be between
tween between Bremen and Munich nor even
a village without Its distinction, its
special beauty, its individual charm
But I don't know of" a village between
Washington and Chicago that is uot
frankly appalling. Smart Set.

i)i:.i xi:ss cannot ijk cirfj
by local applications, as they cann
reach the diseased portion of the ea:
There is only one way to cure deaf
ness, and that is by constitution.!
remedies. Deafness is caused by
inflamed condition of the mucous lin lining
ing lining of the Eustachian Tube. When

this tube is inflamed you have z
rumbling sound or imperfect hearing
,and when it is entirely closed, deaf deaf-'ness
'ness deaf-'ness is the result, and unless the in inflammation
flammation inflammation can be taken out and this
tube restored to its normal condition
hearing will be destroyed foreve;
nine cases out of ten are caused b
catanh, which is nothing but an in in-'
' in-' flamed condition of the mucous sur
i We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of deafness (caused b
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
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

The Strain Was Terrific.

speed. It was terrific. I was stunned (
for a moment, but the sweetest voice
iu the world recalled me to my senses
"It was glorious, magnificent!" cried
my mistress exultantly. "Are you
hurt? Are we safe?"

Her clothes had been drenched, of costly varieties, and after his death
course but she was otherwise unharm- his body was clothed in a garment

more ricniy trimmed with lace ana
ermine than that of any king before

Puritans Fond of Lace.
In Puritan times, though the bob bobbins
bins bobbins were carved with texts warning
the workers against the pomps and er errors
rors errors of this wicked world, lace was

still worn to a great extent, the family
of Oliver Cromwell ia particular hav having
ing having a decided penchant for the more


ed and there was a strange light in her
"I am not hurt." I answered. "God
has preserved me thus far."
"For me." she said softly.

"For your service." I answered'
gravel v quite understanding that wasj Kvery woman who is troubled
wh-t she meant witn diz7-v sl'ells- backache, head-
Ami' now to make the landing. The Kche' weakness debility constipa-
. ,.. tsu tion or kindey troubles should use
boat, while it had come to a standstill. Electric BItters. They give relief
was filled with water, but I couldn t vhen nothing ese will, improve the
stop to bail it out then, so 1 stepped neaith, adding strength and vigor
carefully forward, shipped the oars j from the first dose. Mrs. Laura
and rowed slowly forward across the -Gaines, of Avoca. La., says: "Four


aiaotlber world

faunniouiis scientist
says light is harmful to beer.
Read what he says, then order
a case of Schlitz in Brown

" It is a known fact that sun sunlight
light sunlight and daylight influence
unfavorably the taste and
flavor of the beer and care
must be exercised in the
selection of the bottles."
J. Brand (Zeitschrift fur da.3 gesamte Brauwesen, 190S. p. 333).



Robert WahL President
the Wahl-Hcr.iuc Institute
Fermentolcgy, quotes
Brand in corroboration of

opinion recommend

ing the Brown. Bottles.

See that crown or cork is branded "ScMtz."



is own

Telepnone 37
The Carmichael Sc Sons Co.
116 N. Magnolia Street
Ocala, Fla.


TtiatfWade Milwaukee famous

la croon.

(Continued Tomorrow)

That's What It's For.
A man with a fine graphophone may
be excused for putting on ir?

Mother's Friend
in Every Home
Comfort ar.d Safety Assured Before
the Arrival of the Stork.

doctors had given me up and my
children 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 eood." Just try them. .0e

and $1 at all druggists or by mail.


The old saying what

H. E. Bucklen
or St. Louis.

& Co.



Call Phone 267

Ocala Meat Market

when you want First-class
Fresh Meat, Fish or Vege

tables. Corn-fed pork from
my own farm. Al Rhame.
Ocala's best cutter, will
serve you. Prompt delivery.
412 X. Magnolia St., Ocala, Fla.

Just When the O'O Town Was Gol',
to Co Cal td Tsnpar..

Horrible English Words.
One can easily add to Victor Hugo's
list of horrible English words. "Gen "Genteel,"
teel," "Genteel," for instance, is an adjective
that sets the teeth on edge, and "se "select"
lect" "select" (used as an adjective J is an another
other another word that only a second rate
person would select. "Emerge" and
"transpire" are both repulsive to use
and any breakfast is always spoiled
when a correspondent "thanks him
in anticipation," or a tailor asks him
to come and try on his "esteemed
favor" meaning trousers.

Now Is The Time

To have your home brightened up.
Interior Decorating including Kalso-j

mining. Tinting, tapering ana i-aiui-j eXpresse it.r husband

ing Neatly and Cheaply Done.

) I. M ;!" I i'

umii T.!':r;ii mi it" :i i:!li!r. !..t"

llll l:-iV I'-U-tJiye 'f'.nr 't
T.-nl In''- f::t !!! fr:'-t hi t!i
:d lit tin winter tln"i- H.-i
t'i'fs juiiH l ii j 111. Mild :i -U 'MMtriti A
' un. v. Iii'ii had th d'mii't t

I ) Y 1 1 ,Jt M tiUlf Wht'll illi" '"I!
it u ti !i n':ii-' marked tl'- livieii?

.f the iti' of ("'n Hand ami l'!T:
'Pie '!a e v:l i:ie !' silt'Ul:" natura natura-aUt.V.
aUt.V. natura-aUt.V. sllid the .'t:e-tl"i ill :t li;lll--
'0n ai'use
N'iiw. it happend that at thi time
MUliiei- lir:ier "f ISeMi miin Tappaif Tappaif-and
and Tappaif-and hN wife were in It.ilv and aii'i'

it; on the old town of Ravenna

'Uhted with the place, t lie yoaiii


a liin

We can xe you money on your
Furniture and Household Furnish Furnish-ng
ng Furnish-ng purchases. A large stock of both
new and second-hand furniture.
We make a specialty of the IN

make you low prices and easy terms.
Try our method, you will like it.
Second-Hand Furniture Bought at
Highest Market Trice.

Wall Paier in all (irades from 10c

Itoll Up


Is homo w1hvTt

& mother should add "Mother's Friend.'

j In thousands of American homes there
; Is a bottle of this splendid and famous rem rem-!
! rem-! edy that has aided many a woman through
j the trving ordeal, saved hT from suffrins

' and pain, kept her in health of mind and j

bodv in advance of baby's o mins and had

ward the shore of the lslanu. I select- a most wonderful influence in developing a
ed a spot where the hu?e. rolling naves tcrlthy. lovely disposition in the child,
seemed to break more smoothly than! There is no other remedy so truly a h-'p
... to nature as Mothers Friend. It rel-.evs
e'sewheie. which argued a preater. MKnnmfrt Md hv rh

depth of water over the barrier. Ies strain on the lisaments. makes pliant th e
roughness and fewer possibilities of fibres and muscles which natur is esf -.n i
being wrecked on the jagged points of ing and soothes the inflammation of breast
the coral reef. Dousing the sail. n-j b' Motnpr.a lend is an external remedy, j
shipping the tiller and rudder and pull- acts quick!y and nn only banishes all dis- j
ing the oars with all my strength after tress in advance, but assures a speedy and j
an unut tered prayer I shot the tniat di-, complete recovery for the mother. Th-js j

rectly toward the spot I had choseu.

she becomes a healthy woman with all hr

RtrpTistJi nrpscrvpfl to thorousrhlv eniov the i

Just before I reached it I threw the rearing of her child. Mother's Friend can I
oars iulMiard. seized one of them, which be had at any drug store at $1.0o a bottl j

I wished to us. as a steering oar. and and is really one of the greatest blessine?
. . i . ever discovered for expectant mothers,
stepped aft past my lady, who sat a WHtp ro BradfieId Relator Co.. 123
little forward and well down in the imar Kid?., Atlanta, r.a.. for their fre
bottom of the boat. I braced myself In bovk. Write tMlay. it U most instruxtire.

Moose meet Thursday evening.

The wood season will soon bo
here, and it isn't a bad plan to
prepare for its coming now.
am in shape to fill a limited
amount of orders for well sea seasoned
soned seasoned OAK WOOD in any desir desired
ed desired lengths. Get my prices before
laying in your fall and winter
supply. Call Phone 114. or leave
your orders at the Count's Gro

cery Store. Cor Ft. King avenu?
and S. Main street.

Work fully guarantee!; estimates
cheerfully furnished.
Call Phone 285
Isaac Simmons
Ocala, Florida

out Some of Them Don't.
A self-made man ought to have too
much sense to boast about it in the
presence of his wife. Toledo Blade.

I ri

the wili

! that somewhere in tJie new wot:o
! there miht arise a town worthy to
bear the name of the wonderful old
' Italinn --
! The htilia.i iiirnedi-iteh thiivhf r
his hn-tlie? in l!ie Oh-o vi!ii and at
j on e dismal- bed a letter m v hi Ii Me
pittured th" beauties of the Italian
i i ity and e;ne.-ed the wish that the
' town th' ii :irii- in the wilderness lie
named in its honor
, Many month later Benjamin Tap-
pan. despairi;u: of titnlinir a suitable
! name fur the town, was alut to yield
j to the wHhes of hi neighbor and 1 1-!
! 1-! stow the name of Tappan upon it
' when the letter a wived. So. instead
I of Tappan- the towu was named Ra Ra-1
1 Ra-1 venna. whi-h name it still proudly
, bears. Ladies Home Journal

Iietween Market and Laundry
9-11 dly





Cures Old Sores, Other Won't Cure.
"he wor't cases, oocatter cf how lontr tanding

re cured r,y the orderful. old relial:e u:
-t-r V Anve--:c Healiai' Oil. It reliev'

ou and

The soothing, healins medication ;
MENT OINTMENT penetrates every tiny pore of;
the skin, clears it of all impurities
stops itching instantly. Dr. Hob-',
son's Eczema Ointment is guaran-;
teed to speedily heal eczema, rashes.;
ringworm, tetter and other unsight-j
H- prm.tinns. Eczema Ointment is i


nor; mpn t

50c. Pfeiffer Chemical Co.. Phila- do anvtMne Mke that
i delphia and St. Louis. Ad ri&ht off' Puck

- ':r 25c, 50c. J"..

A Frightful Thought.
Mrs. Wa'.back on first ocean voy
age) Jorin. I just heard a man say
that if this boat was put up on end

Notice i herebv given that under
and hv virtue of a decree rendered by
Hon S. Bullock, judge of the cir circuit
cuit circuit court of the fiftii judicial circuit
of Florida, in and for Marion county.
n --haneerv. in a certain cause therein
Lending- wherein Joseph lie 11 is com complainant
plainant complainant and P.. C. Muneaxter is de defendant,
fendant, defendant, I will on
Momlav. the th Iy f -ber, 1913,
dur!ns' the legal hours of sale, offer
fnr'.alP and will ell to the highest

'; and 'best bidder for ca.h all the rights,
' orivilege.-. title and interests of It. C
1 Muncaster and It. C. Muncaster and
j Joseph Hell as late co-partners, lately
' Jo:n? business as Muncaster & Bell.
! and in and to that certain con-

:rac of date Nov. 'nd. 1&12. between
r; t Muncaster and J. K- Chace and
Helen T. Chace: which said contract is
recorded in deed records, book 150 at
page office of clerk of circuit
co'irt of Marion county. Florida.
T-27-ed-to-10-5 C. E. CONNOR.
As Keceiver of Muncaster & BelL

doctor's" preset, not an ei- -uld be higher than the Washing
riment. All druggists or by mail I ,cn monur.-.ent. If they re eolng tc

we better


Camel Travels 90 Miles a Day.
A camel with an average load will
"lavel 25 milei a day, and when unin
lumbered it will reach i?0 miles a day