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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Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Porter & Harding
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Daily (except Sunday)
normalized irregular
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v. : ; 61 cm.


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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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VOL. 20.
SO. 117









He Probably loent Like the Idea
of Another ISace Against
Jacksonville, Oct. 8. The Metrop Metropolis
olis Metropolis says: Congressman Frank Clark
Is among those who are calling for
an extra session of the legislature
for the purpose of settling the con congressional
gressional congressional re districting controversy,
and has written Governor Park
Trammell from Washington asking
that the governor issue a special
session call.
Congressman Clark, who will not
include Duval county in his next
race in case the four district plan
goes into effect, is very anxious to
have the controversy over the mean meaning
ing meaning of the redisricting bill settle!
without delay. He declares to the
governor that failure to remedy the
seeming defect in the bill may
jeopardise the rights of the Florida
congressmen when next they appear
to take the oath of office, an 1 the
power of the democratic party in
case tariff revision causes the party
to lose members in the elections next
I'cdlent I!(iio:i f:r Frank t: be
Although he has yet made no def definite
inite definite announcement, Sam J. Ililburn
of Palatka. who is in the city today,
will again lie a candidate for Con Congress
gress Congress in the primary election next
spring, his expectation being to
again run against Frank Clark from
the old second district.
The new but seemingly, defective
redisricting law places his county of

Putnam in the new fourth district
which also includes Duval, while

'Alachua, the home county of Mr.

Clark, is in the new second district.
"Will you be in the next race for
Congress? Mr. Ililburn was asked
by a Metropolis man.
"I am not ready to make an an announcement,
nouncement, announcement, but I know very well
today what I am going to do," was
the reply.
Mr. Hilburn's friends state that he
has made up his mind to run.
Would Oppose Clark
"In view of the controversy over
the law by which the state was re re-districted
districted re-districted what district would you
run from?" Mr. Ililburn was asked.
"It seems plain to me that the re re-districting
districting re-districting law does not go into ef effect
fect effect in time for a change affecting

the primary and general election
next year, and this being the case

! I would again be called upon to make
another race against Frank Clark
from this, the old second district.'"
'replied Mr. Hilburn. "The supreme
court, however, should be called
upon by the governor for an opinion
as to the exact meaning of the law
ias it now appears on the statute

Opposes Extra Session
"Do you think there is any possi-

jbility of an extra session of the leg legislature
islature legislature being called to correct any
j defect the bill may have?" Mr. Hil

burn was asked.
"I do not see why the state should
be put to great expense on account
ot a matter that affects only a few
candidates for Congress," said Mr.
Hilburn. "What if there is some de delay
lay delay in the establishing of the new
districts? I don't see where the
state is going to be injured, and the

: expense ot an extra session merelv

for the purpose of correcting this
bill would appear to be unwarranted."



Fearful Art of Modern IJlue Heard
Were Dope Inspired l akes
Chicago. Oct. s. Of the nineteen
murders Henry Spender, slayer of
Mrs. Mildred Allison Rexroat, swore
he had commitre !. the police, after
ini estimating his alleged crimes in
various cities, were unable to fix up upon
on upon him only one murder, or possibly
Capt. Haplin. chief of the detec detective
tive detective bureau, announced his convic conviction
tion conviction that Spencer in giving his long
circumstantial confession of fiendish
crimes, was a consummate falsifier,
and an opium fiend.

ni:sFMi; tiiaim;

Almost a Score of Lives Lost in the
Recent Inundations
Houston. Texas. Oct. S. Eighteen
lives were lost in the Texas floods of
the past two weeks. This death list
was completed yesterday with res restoration
toration restoration of nearly normal conditions
and reopening of communication
with remote points.
The Southern Pacific Railway offi officials
cials officials here announced they expected
to resume regular passenger service
today. Most of their trains have
been routed through southwest
Louisiana and southeast Texas.

Clark's Desire to Exclude Japs Calls
for Jennings Oautit
Jacksonville, Oct. 8 The Metrop Metropolis
olis Metropolis of yesterday says: The bringing
of a colony of Japaaese orchardists
and truck growers to Florida has al already
ready already resulted in a difference of
opinion between those instrumental
in bringing them here and the poli politicians.
ticians. politicians. Congressman Frank Clark, in a
signed statement yesterday from
Washington, said he feels "outraged"
at the proposition, and that he in intends
tends intends to institute a propaganda look looking
ing looking to the enactment of a law by the
next legislature that will forever
prohibit these Japanese from owning
It-lids within the boundary of the
Former Governor W. S. Jennings,
on whose lands some of them will
i icbably settle, when shown the
statement of Mr. Clark, said: Twad Twaddle"
dle" Twaddle" Further he .-aid: "The object
of his proposed propaganda is en entirely
tirely entirely too personal to interest the
people of Florida. I have never yet
known Clark to faor anything that
i of interest to Florida."
Clark's statement
Representative Frank Clark gave
out a statement in which he says he
is amazed that the proposition to
coleime Japanese in Florida is not
creating more attention.
He says he feels "outraged" at
the proposition, and that if no one
else takes the initiative, lie intends
"to institute a propaganda looking
to the enactment of a law by the
next legislature cf Florida that will
loiever prohibit these Japanese, or
other races which cannot assimilate
with the white rare, from owning
lan Is within the bot;n ".ary of our
He also says: '"Florida must al always
ways always be the white man's country,
and we cannot preserve our civiliza civilization
tion civilization if we propose to allow Japanese.
Chinese, or ofher races with whom
the Caucasians cannot assimilate, to
become land owners and citizens in
our midst."
Jennings' Reply
Former Governor Jennings, when
shown this statement, said:
"There is a colony of Japanese
down at Yaniato. on the Florida Fast
Coast Railroad, right in Frank-

Clark's old district, which has been
there ever since .Clark has been in
Congress, and this is the first pro protest
test protest I have ever heard from him on
these men. who came openly to Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, were received and entertained in
Jacksonville, and have become good
farmers and law-abiding citizens of
the state."
Governor Jennings then remarked,
with a smile: "I don't suppose that
if this Japanese colony should hap happen
pen happen to settle on the Florida East
Coast Railway, that Clark would be
so much 'outraged.'
"What he has to say is twaddle;
and the object of his proposed pro propaganda
paganda propaganda is entirely too personal to
interest the people of the state.
"I have never known Clark to fa favor
vor favor anything that is of interest to
The colony of some twenty-five
Japanese now in the state were in
the city yesterday, and today have
been taken to lands down in Clay
county an the ed?e of Duval, where
they are looking over the situation
with a view to settling.
They hae with them their own
.-oil ex: err sn i experienced orchard orchardists
ists orchardists an! track farmers as well as
general farmers. The party is in
chaste of V. A. Stout, who has the.
i t:u-y west of the Rock Mountains
tor the sale and settlement of lands
it; various parts of this state.


F!e tra. Oct. 8. Mr. O. K. CaH-
" ell bus gone to Tangerine, to visit
i e'a r'v os an 1 frien Is.
Miss Ar.nie I.o.i Marsh ar.d her
: father have returned to their home
. ?. t Lake George.
j A partv of young people went
fishing recently and caught eleven
: trout, me of which weighed ten
i pounds.
i There was a birthday party given
this week for Miss Marzella Mock.
Fv ryene had a pleasant time and
her friends wi-h her many more
.bright and happy birthday anni-
1 ersr-ries.
; The pie-nic given at Mrs. G. A.
Water's place was a very pleasant
'occasion and everybody had an en en-'tn.'oyable
'tn.'oyable en-'tn.'oyable time.
Mr. Carl Hightower recently kill kill-iet
iet kill-iet a monstrous rattlesnake at the
eld Pen rod field.
Mr. G. J. Halford is at home suf-
forms- with chilis and fever.

Concordia Lodge. Fraternal Union
of America, meets in Yonge's Hall
on the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor, F.M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad

Icy Waves are Battering the El
Dorado Beach City of
Nome, Alaska, Oct. S. Nome has
been almost destroyed by a storm.
All the south side of Front street
has gone. The sand split and two
miles of territory next to the sea
were devastated. No lives were lost.
The storm that last night began
beating in from Behring sea was the
worst ever known here. Men and
women worked all night in the icy
water to save their household effects.
The electric light plant was wreck wrecked
ed wrecked and telephone service cut off. The
less is estimated at a million and a
half dollars.
There will be much suffering and
outside help will be required. Winter
is at hand and it will be impossible
.r) get in supplies needed.
Tiie steamships Victoria and Cor Cor-win,
win, Cor-win, which were laying in the road roadstead,
stead, roadstead, ran to the open sea and es es-;
; es-; e i i-aiaage. All the small boats
on the beach were destroyed.
Five hun Ired houses were demol demolished
ished demolished an 1 more fell Last tnight.
Built on Sandy Beach
Nome, the famous gold camp, in
tiering sea, the most northerly city
in the world, was built on a sandy
beach. In front of the town there
is an anchorage for ships, but steam steamers
ers steamers do not make a landing. Cargoes
and passengers land at an aerial
tramway station which stands in
deep water. The principal part of
the town, which a dozen years ago
had a population of 2,uu0, is on
the cast side of Snake river, with a
finger extending to the west along a
narrow sand split.
The sand split was rich in gold
lust and the early settlers built their
cabins there. Of late years the
sands have been worked out, and lit little
tle little xecept dredging operations which
require large capital, is being done,
it has been estimated that the
dreiges have enough ground in sight

t ) operate fifty years more.
Yield of Ciold
Nome has produced more than
$:.", 00 o,0 00 in gold dust. Some
years the yield has been as high as
$8,OCO,00 0. This year the produc production
tion production will not exceed $4,000,000 ow owing
ing owing to lack of water.
The summer population of Nome
is about 4,000. In winter about 2,-

000 remain, the others coming out
in steamships that leave late in Oc October.
tober. October. One steamship is yet to leave
Seattle for Nome.
It will be possible to send revenue
cutters to Nome to deliver supplies
an i take away needy persons who
wish to leave.


j Columbus Ships will Sail from Chi-
cag;o to the Pacific Coast
Chicago. Oct. 8. The 'iSanta Ma Ma-jria,"
jria," Ma-jria," the "Pinta" and the "Nina,"
Jthe three little ships which Spain
j built to reproduce the caravels of
i Chrostopeher Columbus and gave to
! the United States for the World's
j Columbian Exposition in 1893, are
j to journey to the Panama-Pacific
; Exposition, at San Francisco by way
! of the Panama canal.. They have
j'ceen repaired and repainted and the
I "Pinta" has a new keel and stern.
! The "Sana Maria," carrying what is
jsaid to be Columbus' own anchor,
! sails at the head of the fleet under
jrhs command of a Harvard coach,
lanl sixty men, twenty-eight less
I than Columbus had, to man the
'squadron. False decking, copper
1 sheeting and temporary crew quar quarters
ters quarters between the decks have been in-
stalled for the trip under the direc direction
tion direction of a navy master-at-arms who
I ressed the Atlantic in the caravels
;in ISO:!. A bond of $10,000 has,
! been given to Chicago to secure their
j safe return at the close cf the San
Francisco fair.
j Their journey will take them
i many thousands of miles and will
hast over a year. Their route lies
through the Great Lakes and Erie Erie-j
j Erie-j canal to New York, thence, after a
: trip to Boston, down the Atlantic Atlantic-j
j Atlantic-j coast. Stops will be made at many
cities for public exhibitions, and
! -plans have been made to give short
trips on the caravels to students in interested
terested interested in ancient ship building and
I navigation.


Absolutely the best. No condensed
milk used. Pint 25 cents, quart 40
cents, gallon, packed, $1.50. Deliv Deliv-ere'
ere' Deliv-ere' to any part of the city.
N. Ii. Orders for gallons and over
must be booked not less than four
hours before delivery. Any flavor
can be furnished in gallons or more.
Yanila and chocolate always on hand.
"The Store Accommodating.'' Phone
269. 9-29-tf

THE NUT CLUB Our Members Are Always in a Hurry to Do Nothing. By F. R. MORGAN i
Copyright, 1913. Western N'twtiidprr L'nlon.

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TPnoTTflrtn'f xVriTlTP THTmrTlili Get a reliable Revolver, Rifle or Shot Gun from this
IT 11 (UJlKEvLll II (LPUM inivlMLWCir slore We have the largest and best line in p0rtion
of the state. Almost any weapon you may desire is in stock. Ammunition kept for them all.
Will allow you all your old weapons are worth in exchange for new ones. Our delivered prices
are lower than the f. o. b. prices of mail order houses.

Winy Pay More?

Call or Write for our 20 page
Illustrated Fire Arms Pamphlet





Board of Trade meets tonight. meet tomorrow evening.

F. t of A. meets tomorrow night.

Woodmen meet Friday evening.






CAM ail

.TLe-ladies of the Library Associa

tion are going right ahead with their

undertaking to have the Ocala
garden made into a pretty and pop popular
ular popular resort, where they can give
their friends delightful outdoor re receptions
ceptions receptions occasionally, as well as a
pleasant place to read and rest ev-

Try Gerig'3 Havana Smokers; 5c. ery sunshinny day. Go around to

straight. 10-3-tf the Board of Trade rooms and see
: j what they are doing and help them
Fresh oysters daily, "any style.", (if you can.

Merchant's Cafe, J. II. Dewey.l0-3-tf



Mr. Troy Hall of Wildwood is in
ffbe city today.

High school pennants, new de designs,
signs, designs, at The Murray Co. 10-S-3t

That inveterate optimist. Dr. J. C.
Boozer, is pleased with the weather,
the crops and the condition of busi business.
ness. business. He says the world looks good
to him.

Major T. C. Hall is in DeSoto
county this week on land business.

Mr. J. G. Lege of Woodmar is in
be city today.

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

Mr. A. D. Cheney of Jacksonville,
state manager of the State Mutual
Life Insurance Co., of Rome, Ga., is
in the city a guest of the Harring Harrington.
ton. Harrington. He is here to consult with the
company's local agent, Mr. J. J.

-Giants, 0;

m. Giants.


Deputy Pulliam of Reddick was in
iown today and paid the Star a call.

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



At their meeting next Tuesday
j evening, the Odd Fellows intend to
i have work in the first degree. After
J the work is over, refreshments will

, be served, so if you are an Odd Fl-

J low, don't let the date escape your
I memory.

You should discard that straw hat. j
See Waterman for the latest soft j

hats and derbies. 0-22-tf

United Press to the Stan
Philadelphia. Oct. ?, 1:12 p. m.
The Giants and Athletics lined up
for the second game before a tre tremendous
mendous tremendous crowd.
Batteries Giants, Mathewson and
McClean; Athletics, Plank and
First inning. 1:23 p. m. Giants,

0; Athletics, 0.

Second, 1.32 p. m.
Athletics, 0.

Third, 1:46 p.
Athletics, 0.

Fourth, 2 p

letics, 0.
Fifth, 2:20 p.

Athletics. 0.
Sixth, 2:28 p. m. Giants, 0; Ath
letics, 0.
Seventh, 2:46 p. m. Giants, 0

Athletics, 0.

Eighth, 2:

Athletics, 0.
Ninth, 3:12 p. m.

Athletics, 0.
Wilson now catching for Giants
Tenth, 3:2! p. m.--rGiants, :
Athletics, 0.

Totals R
New York 3
Philadelphia .' u

m. Giants, 0; Ath-

m. Giants, 0;


At the Star was going to press, a i

report came to town that the negro
murderer of Mrs. Wilson had been
captured out on the Anthony road,
near the scene of his crime, and
that he had confessed that he killed
Mrs. Wilson.
Sheriff Galloway went out at once
in his car, to take charge of the
prisoner, and it is supposed, take
him elsewhere for safekeeping.
The Star did not have time to
send to Anthony and verify the

Will Pay Big Reward for Appre Apprehension
hension Apprehension of Mr Wilson's


Crockery and china very cheap at
The Murray Company. 1 0-8-3 1

The chilly weather has caused the

Murray Company to take Miss Sep September
tember September Morn out of its win low.

DR. W K. JiANE Specialist, Eye
Ear, Noe iml Throat. Office Law
Vibrary Building, OciIa. -Adv.

The fraternal orders of Ocala are

i requested to help on with the work

J for the Carnegie library. There is
I hardly anything that the fraternal
orders of Ocala cannot do if they all
j pull together.

m. Giants 0;

-Giants, 0;

7 2
S 2


Mrs. F. W. Cook was the pleasing
hostess of the Eastern Star sewing
circle on Tuesday afternoon. After
the usual busy hour, Mrs. Cook as assisted
sisted assisted by Mrs. C. Barnett and Miss
Erin Yonge served delicious grape grape-juice
juice grape-juice and cake. Next week the circle
will meet at Yonge's Hall.

Joseph Malever. who some

j (j jl Dame is back from a trip to
When they make "better .-hoes" at i Ocala. He is connected with the W.
the "same price," you will find them j O. Y. fraternity and spends the
at Little's Shoe Parlor. 10-2-r.t' i major part of his time on the road.
: j St. Petersburg Independent.


Clark, the photographer.

A. I

and family, are moving to Leesburg,
where Mr. Clark will engage in business.

Dr. 11. C. Dozier is having a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant and profitable visit n New York,
where he is attending lectures and
clinics at the highest medical insti-

Are you wearing black? If so, see tines

, the pretty fourteen button boot for
ladies in mourning at Little's Shoe
Parlor. lo-2-Ct

Mr. K. M. Hovard spent yesterday
at Auburndale ispeciing his orange

jrove. wnicn is one ot tne nnest in

the state.


Mr. B. X. Dosh has bought thei

pretty cottage on the corner of San Sanchez
chez Sanchez and gouth Fourth streets from
Mr. A..F. Clark, and has rented the
house to Mr. Sam Hickle.

Stationery and office supplies at
The Murray Company. 10-S-3t

Mr. J. P. Phillips, after over a

week of sicknes, is able to be up

again. lie 4-jHist as well pleased
that he has escaped being sentenced

vepn the council.

See the beautiful cut glass at The
Murray Company. H-s-3t

The friends of Mr. George Martin,
Jr., will be pained to learn that he Ls
ill with a severe attack of bronchitis
in a hospital in Charlotte. X. C, de developed
veloped developed while stopping off in that
city for a day en route home from
Asheville, where he has been a mem member
ber member of the Margo Terrace orchestra
all summer. A wire from his nurse
stated that under favorable condi conditions
tions conditions he would be able to return
home the last of the week.

Mr. W. J. Frink of Levon was a
business visitor to the city today. Mr.
Frink has been sick with fever for a

week and his
see him out.

friends were glad to

Mr. C. P. Howell of Clarksburg,
IV. Va., with his family arrived in
town this afternoon to make their
permanent hdrnfj on their. lovely su suburban
burban suburban place a mile southwest of

Mr. Jim Howell's Reo and the
Ford car of Mr. Robinson of Reddick
batted into each other on the Ken Ken-drick
drick Ken-drick road Monday night. Mr. Rob Robinson's
inson's Robinson's car had the worst of it, and
neither could be said to have the
2est. Both are in the garage.

Mr. Marcus Frank, who has been
in Xew York City for the past ten
days, making his fall and winter
purchases for Frank's store, will ar arrive
rive arrive home tomorrow or Friday.


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ti::ie .-imt uif Mint ui Jii.ii- ;

ley Brothers, effective today, took j
charge- of the business this morning.'
.Mr. Malever will change the name;
of tlie business back to the Guaran- j
u-e Clothing & Shoe Store, under!
which name lie ran the business so j
successfully in the same stand for j
eeral years, before he bought the

Globe and discontinued the Guaran Guarantee.
tee. Guarantee. Mr. Malever is a very successful
clothier and understands ind likes
the gents' furnishing and haber haberdasher
dasher haberdasher business. He will carry only
first class goods at the Guarantee
Store and will soon have all of his
old customers back bith him. One
of the Harley brothers has agreed to
stay with Mr. Malever in the store
and hopes his friends will continue
to patronize the business. Harley
Brothers have done well in the bus business
iness business since they opened up and have
made many friends. Mr. Malever
will continue the Globe Store but
the two will be entirely separate and
He will carry some high grade, ex exclusive
clusive exclusive line of men's clothing, hats
and shoes, catering to the trade of
the better class primarily and will at
all times carry a stock which in
style and quality will justify their

The Wade family, on the old Lucy

Bell place a mile from Montague sta station,
tion, station, is in great need, and Mr. R. L.
Park of the Taylor Printing Co., was
taking up a subscription for them
today. Sunday a 5-year-old child of
the family died, two children, are

sick, the father is sick and the fam family
ily family is in destitute circumstances and

in need of immediate assistance.


Two hundred and fifty dollars re reward
ward reward is offered by the county com commissioners
missioners commissioners of Marion county, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, for the party or parties who
murdered Mrs. P. T. Wilson, four
and a half miles north of Ocala, on
the morning of October 2nd, at 8
o'clock. Description of negro seen
coming away from the Wilson place
at that time: Black, rather stout
build, weight 140 to 150 pounds.

JJo P,

black mustache, height about 5 feet
six to eight inches; wearing blue
jumper, light or gray colored hat,
about Xo. 7 shoe; going in easterly
direction from Wilson home. Com Com-niunVcate
niunVcate Com-niunVcate all information to
J(i, J. P. Galloway.
Sheriff Marion County, Florida.
? Thffje will be further rewards for
the arrest of this man offered by the
city of bcala and private individuals,
making the total rewards offered a
very substantial sum of money.

10-6-dw tf


Atlantic Coast Line Special Rates to
.Marion County Fair
On Nov. 2.") to 2S, the Atlantic
Coast Line will sell round trip tick tickets
ets tickets to Ocala as rates quoted below:

Sheriff Carter of Citrus county is
among the visitors in the city today.

Mr. S. B. Hawk's night school is
flourishing with a large accession of
pupils this week. His scholars like
his svstem very much.


Good Things
To Eat

Green Maraschino Cherries
Red Maraschino Cherries
Knorr's Bouillon Cubes
Cheese in tins and glasses:
and Gorgonzola.
Apollinaries Mineral Water.
Pettijohn's Breakfast Food.
Graham Flour.
Pancake Flour.
Japanese Rice Cakes.
Brick Cod Fish.
Dried Herring.

PHONES 16 and 174.

Mr. B. L. Carroll, of Lake Butler,
an old Confederate veteran and a
brother of Mr. D. J. Carroll of this
city, was in town yesterday to meet
with the camp.

E. O. Cordery represented Lynne
in Ocala today.

Mr. W. P. Williford. of Leroy, was
in town yesterday and made the Star
a pleasant call.


Musical instruments and music at
The Murray Company. K-S-3t

The members of the Methodist
Sunday school are requested to meet
at prayer meeting tonight for a short
practice of the songs for rally day

Mr. C. F. Beardsley of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, representative of the Shibley
gas stove, is giving a demonstration
of that fine utensil in the Citizens'
Gas Company's office today. The
biscuit he is turning out would fill
an epicure's heart, also his mouth,
with joy.

Mr. Don Peabody returned today
from a month's visit to Sanford.

Let us show you the "Xew-Ist"
shoes for fall and winter at Little's
Shoe Parlor. 10-2-6t

Mr. Earle Sheridan, formerly with
Masters, now pastor of the Apalachi Apalachi-cola
cola Apalachi-cola Baptist church, and a much lik liked
ed liked young man, is in the city for a
few days, visiting his friends.

Miss Hill's
School of Oratory, Expression and
Dramatic Culture
For information call or write 017
Fort King avenue. 10-4-6t

And Your


Comes Back to School
Greet her with a fresh box
of the kind or assortment she
likes best. The HUYLER
list is a large one all good
kinds but you know her
favorite among the following:
Assorted Chocolates.
Bonbons and Chocolates.
My Favorites z and 1 Pound.

Ye Old-Fashioned Chocolate
Chocolate Cocoanut Bars.
Chocolate Peppermints 20c, 40c.
Fresh Every Hour Mixture.
Crystalized 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

. . $1.S."
2.8 3
. . 1 2.00
. .' 1.43
2. SO

Micanopy 1.10
Xewberry 2.15
Orange Lake 80
Okahumpka 1.45
Oklawaha TO
O'Brien 3.00
Palatka 2.35
Pine Mount 3.30

Return Limit: Xovember

(up to and including this date.)
Fares for Children: Tickets for
the transportation of children five
years of age and under twelve, may
be sold at one-half the above fares,
sufficient to be added to make total
fare end in naught or five. Each
coupon of each such ticket to be

plainly marked, stamped or punched
14." E. M. NORTH,
Asst. Gen. Passenger Agent.
Gen. Passenger Agent.

Altoona . .
Alachua . .
Boardiuan .
Bran ford, .
Center Hill
Candler . .
Citronelle .
Crystal ....
Dunnellon .
Bade City .
Evinston .
Floral City
Fort White
Grand Island
Hernando .
High Springs
Holder ....
'nvernfess .
Juliette . .
Kendrick .
Libs on
Leesburg .
Lady Lake .
Lake City .
Mont brook
Martin ....
Mcintosh .
McAlpine .
Mart el
Morriston .
Mt. Dora .


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



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Special (Grocery
List for !li Week

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The housekeepers of Ocala and Marion
county will save money and have their
tables better supplied with groceries, if they
will consult this list frequently and give
their trade to this store, where good service
is rendered and high-grade goods only are




Argo Salmon, large, size.
Alaska Salmon, largo size. ....... i-W.-;

First Product Coffee, ier pound 30c
Brick City high-grade, per pound. .i 40c
Roasted and ground daily at' our store.
Fresh Graham Flour, pel-, sack f."; 40c
Fresh Rye Flour, per sack..." 40c
Self-Rising Pancake Flour 13c, 2 pkgs 23c
Full Stock Xew Crop Cereals.
Sliced Dried Reef per pound. 40c
Choice Country Eggs, per dozen 33c
Indian River PineappleS'prrch 13c
Bananas, ier dozen 23c
Fresh California Fruits t.
Peaches, Pears and Grapes every day.

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iiiais Co.

Phone 163 OCALA, FLA.









Oommfort Lodge

The rest room which the OcaJt merchai maintain for the use
of our out of town visitors -Hvho an inthe City for a few hours
with nohing to do is located on flier comer of Fort King avenue
and South Main street, oppofeite the heus-Zachry furniture
store. The ladies especially will find Comfort Iodge a convenient
place to rest during the day's shopping' The conveniences we are
able to offer at Comfort Lodge arej free and you are invited to
take advantage of them.


All dogs in the city should have
license tags as the new license is
now due. All animals not wearing
tags will be impounded at once.
10-4-6t A. J. Brigance,
Marshal City of Ocala.


Ocala Chapter, Xo. 29, O. E. 3.,
meetijjri Yonge3 hall the first Fri Fri-dfing
dfing Fri-dfing at 7:30 o'clock and the
iasljt&day afternoon at 3:30, of
each month.
Mrs. Emma C. Burnett, W. M
Miss Florrie Condon, Secretary.




A mild, gentle and effective laxa

tive is what people demand wh

suffering form constipation. Thous Thousands
ands Thousands swear by Dr. King's Xew Life
Pills. Hugh tallman, of San Anton Antonio.
io. Antonio. Tex., writes: "They are beyond
question, the best pill my wife and
I have ever taken." They never
cause pain. Price 25c at all drug druggists,
gists, druggists, or by mail. H. E. Bucklin &
Co., Philadelphia or St. Louis. Ad




XORTH 5:05 w.

12:45 p. m. SOUTH 6:10 a.

2:10 p. w.; 2:30 p. m.; 9 p. m.
3. A. L. XORTH 12:50 p.
4:10 p. m.; 9 p. m.. SOUTH 1
p. m.; 9 p. m.
Calvary 2 p. m.

F. U. of A. meets Thursday night.

i street be assesed two-thirds of the
amount expended. The committee's
report was adopted and its recom recommendations
mendations recommendations ordered carried out.


WBiere is You&f Mopey?
A Kansas farmer, 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 tor your savings and pays 4 per cent in interest,
terest, interest, compounded semi-annually., $1 starts an ac account
count account in
An Active United States Iepository

At the regular semi-monthly meet-' -The Vhl and water committee re-
... . rmrred imon the matrer referred to
ing of the city council last mgnt an
them some weeks ago of furnishing
steam to the Rentz laundry on the
same terms as those upon which the
Ocala Steam Laundry is now secur securing
ing securing steam. The committee report
that this is impractical on account
ot the distance of the Rentz laundry
from the electric light plant. The
committee recommends that the
privilege of the use of steam from
the plant be granted provided that a
meter be placed at the plant instead
members were present except Alder
WW 37 -ft u
man Carmichael.
J. S. Burke and other property
owners residing in the first ward pre presented
sented presented a petition asking that Wy Wy-omia
omia Wy-omia street be opened up between
Osceola and Sanchez streets. Re Referred
ferred Referred to the street committee.
A petition from a number of dray-:
men was read. It requested that the
hackmen of the city be prevented ;



f if

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 missed 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 Pay 4 per cent "Intern! m Savings Accounts

Poor Hardware we won't sell for 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.

Rflarioi lard ware Cd.

Phone 118,

Ugtsjc y&zr

of our service is its promptness.
You are waited on when you enter
the store. 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
spare. The goods and prices will tell
you lots and prompt attention will
enable you to buy as quickly as you
desire. But take longer if you can.
Ocala, Florida

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Ocala, Fla.

the railroad
stations in the city as it was an in infringement
fringement infringement upon the rights or" the
licensed draymen.. .Matter was re referred
ferred referred to the police committee. i
C. K. Sage, agent of the Western,
union ieiesrai)ii lu. hi vsuaia. xi-
. ,.
peareu ana asnea inai me uceii&e ui
.$1 00 imposed on the company for its
Ocala office be reduced to $o0 a
year. Keterrea to tne nnance com committee
mittee committee with instructions to make
recommendations at next meeting of
the council.
A communication from W. W.
Clyatt requesting that the city issue
warrant in payment for deed to
property transferred to the city some
weeks ago, was referred to the city
attorney for further examination. A
memorandum of abstract was fur-
msnea tne attorney, ana ne i epui leu
that he did not feel justified in pass
1 1 -1 1 J!
ing upon same without complete
stract. City attorney was requested
to make report if possible at next
meeting. i
At a recent meeting of the council
a special inspection committee was:
appointed to investigate the charac-1
ter of persons seeking permit to
operate street hacks. This committee i
consists of the president of the'
council, city marshal, fire chief and

Laggage to and from

city clerk. They recommended the interests, backing and aiding move move-refusal
refusal move-refusal of permits to several parties. ments only of betterment, progress
three of whom asked for reinstate- and that will bring success. Turn
ment. Matter referred to the police J out and let us arrange for the many
committee. -big projects before, us. Will you?
.Mrs. William Sinclair. Mrs. C. L. j J- D. Rooney, Secretary.
Bittinger. Miss Louise Gamsby. Mr. I
J. D. Rooney and Mr. W. I). Cam.! HKDDICK

representing the Ocala Public Li-j
brary Association, appeared before; Reddick. Oct. 7. Mr. O. C. Mad Mad-the
the Mad-the council and presented a number -dox and sons spent last Saturday and
of endorsements recommending that Sunday at Tacoma.
the council accept the terms laid. Miss Seckinger spent last Satur Satur-down
down Satur-down by the trustees of the Came-; day with her parents at Martel.
gie Library Fund for the establish-j Miss Eva Cam came up Friday
ment of a public library building for; from Oak to see her father, who has
Ocala. The matter was referred to been sick. She returned home Sun-

the judiciary committee with in-; day afternoon.
structions to prepare an ordinance! Misses Fannie and Sadie Dansly
covering the case. The amount nec-'came over from Morriston Friday to
essary for the securing of this li- see their parents, and returned Sun Sun-brary
brary Sun-brary building fund will entail an day afternoon.
assessment of approximtaely one-half; Mr. Homer Luffman, of Sparr, was
mill, and it seems to be thp sense of I visiting in our town Sunday. Won Won-the
the Won-the council that the city should takejder what the attraction is?
advantage of the opportunity for se-j The new ice plant has almost been
curing the funds offered. j completed and will soon be ready

Bids for the construction of side- lor work,
walks were opened. The Woodmar Mr. and Mrs. S.L. Fridy was an
Sand & Stone Company's bill was ac- early visitor to Ocala Monday morn morn-cepted.
cepted. morn-cepted. provided suitable terms can! ing.
be arranged between the company; Mrs. L. V. Hammonds and daugh daugh-and
and daugh-and the street committee to whom! ter. Levona. were the guests of Mrs.
the matter was referred. The bid j Smith at Mcintosh, Sunday after after-was
was after-was $1.18 per square yard: curbs :)0.nocn.
cents per lineal foot; fills over four' Mrs. S. C, Mayo is expected home
inches T0 cents per cubic yard: cuts j this week from Georgia, where she
over four inches 27 cents per cubic j has been at the bedside of her
yard. i mother, who died last week.
An ordinance changing the limits!

in which saloons may be operated :
within the city limits was offered by
Councilman Livingston and referred
to the judiciary committee
An ordinance expending the ward
lilies from their present limits to the
new city limits was introduced.
The regular monthly accounts,
which had been properly audited,
were ordered paid.
The police committee was in--tiuctel
to sell all the motorcycles
which had been in use for some
time in the police department to the
best advantage.
Resolution was offered and passed
requiring the repair of the crossing
over the A. C. L. railroad at the
Kendrick road crossing in the nor northern
thern northern part of the city.
Council canvassed the vote of
Tuesday election for member of
that board from the sceond ward to
fill the unexpired term of Dr. J. W.
Hood, resigned. C. W. Hunter re re-ceived
ceived re-ceived 92 votes. J. P. Phillips 4T,.
and the former was declared elected.
The mayor not being present Mr.
Hunter did not take the oath of of office,
fice, office, but sat with the council until
The finance committee was in instructed
structed instructed to confer with the city at attorney
torney attorney relative to the entering of
suits on certain paving certificates
held by the city and remaining un unpaid.
paid. unpaid. An ordinance was passed reduc reducing
ing reducing hack drivers' license from $2 to
2." cents.
The street committee filed report
of Superintendent Marsh, showing
an expenditure of $194. 3S on re repair
pair repair work on South Third street be between
tween between Pine and Cedar streets, and
recommended that the property own owners
ers owners abutting this portion of said

. ...
evaporation while passing the long:

distance required through the pipes'
would not make it practicable to '.
place the meter at the laundry. More
time was granted committee.
Light and water committee
, . ,. i
ported that two incandescent lights.
had been placed in the third ward
at jvoints near the place where one
, arc
was requested several weeks
ago. Report accepted.
Council then adjourned until
Thursday evening at which time
;they will consider several reports of
engineers on the sewage question.
Don't forget the Board of Trade
meeting this evening at S p. m. at the
Board of Trade rooms. If you are
j interested in
ictv vou wijj
the welfare of your
be on hand. Take
ab-j,iartj be one of its strongest factors
put som lmrich and vim into it.
You win feel beUer and yoa.n get
something out of it. Who and what
towns and cities are advancing to
the fore-front? Those that have live
and active business organizations.
Come out and help to boost your
town ; back up the work of the
Board of Trade. Xo one can say it
is not alert and watchful of Marion's
Levon Oct. 6. Mr. J. W. Frink,
j after a weeks' illness, is out again,
to the delight of his many friends.
Mr. Cope Perry, of Pedro, was an
early morning visitor Wednesday.
Mr. Walter Nichols, of Pedro, was
a business visitor Wednesday morn morning.
ing. morning. Messrs. H. P. Perry, Tyra Perry,
and Dr. T. K. Slaughter visited Ocala
We :nesday.
Messrs. C. B. Davis, H. P.
and O. L. Gaulding visited
Thursday evening.
Messrs. J. W. Turner and
Ramsdell spent the day Thursday on
Summer's Pond coaxing the finny
After a weeks very pleasant visit
with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Bob
Rainey. at Helen, Fla., Mrs. H. P.
Perry is at home again, having re returned
turned returned Thursday night.
Mr. J. L. Jones, woods superin superintendent
tendent superintendent for the McGehee Lumber
Co., here, has severed his connec connections
tions connections with the company, and left
Thursday night for Jacksonville.
Messrs. Robert Carter, and son,
Charlie. C. L. Gaulding and Edwin
Proctor visited Ocala Friday night.
Dr. T. K. Slaughter and Mr. Tyra
Perry were visitors in the Brick City
Mrs. George Lovell. of Pedro, was
a Saturday morning visitor.
Mrs. and Mrs. C. L. Gaulding and
:wo daughters. Misses Thelma and
little Gladys, and Mr. C. B. J3avis
motored up to Silver Springs Sun Sun-lav
lav Sun-lav afternoon.

Cures Old Sores, Other Remedies Won't Curt.
The worst cases, no matter of how long standing
re cured br the wonderful, old reliable Dr
orter's Antiseptic Healinsr Oil. It relieve.
iio and Heals at the same time. 25c, 50c, S1.C


Honor IloII of Volunteers for
Hlitchton Hoad Working
Dr. J. E. Chace with man and
Jake Brown, self, two drays.
F. W. Ditto, self and auto and two
teams. v
Dr. L. H. Von Engelken, self, auto
and laborer.
Mrs. J. R. Moorhead, aid serving
Mrs. Ola Potter, same as above.
Mrs. B. H. Seymour, as above.
Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk, same as above.
Mrs. Mae Bingham, same as above.
Mrs. F. W. Ditto and Mrs. Mamie
ox, dinner for ten and assistauce.
Mrs. A. M. Lansford, twenty-five.
Mrs. W. H. Anderson and daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, dinner for twelve.
Mrs. J. C. Howell, assist with din dinner.
ner. dinner. W. C Blanchard, self.
Joseph P. Taylor, self, son and
eam." Mr. Taylor lives on the Blitch Blitch-ton
ton Blitch-ton road.
Perry Edwards, colored, self and
H. A. Fausett, self and two teams.
J. G. Kichliue.
C. A. Scandrett.
S. Hickel. w
Ocala Evening Star.
W. T. Gary, mule and wagon and
J. P. Phillips mule and wagon
and auto.
R. S. Abbott, professional ser
Dr. Boozer, self and laborer.
Dr. Walter Hood, self and laborer.
Marcus Frank, entire force of
Frank's store.
S. T. Sistrunk. self and man.
B. H. Seymour, self, auto and two
H. C. Jones, self, auto and eight
A. J. Leavengood, self.
R. C. Loveridge, self.
Ed Carmichael, elf and' two
Capt. Tucker. Do his best.
W. F. Blesch, laborer.
H. S. Chambers, laborer.
D. S. Welsh, self.
C. L. Anderson, self' and laborer.
Ocala Heights Dairy, team..
H. H. Whitworth, self and man.
Mrs. W.. V. Xewsom. assist with
Ocala Lumber & Supply Co., team
nd driver, probably two.
Ocala Boy Scouts.
J. W. Coulter, self, two hands, one
louble team.
Marion Hardware Company, H. B.
CiVrkson and twelve men with shov shovels,
els, shovels, and one automobile for use dur during
ing during the day.
J. T. Burgess, self.
S. Pinkney, self
Dr. Blitch, auto, family and wh de
L. M. Murray, laborer.
M. Fishel, son and force.
The Carmichael & Son Co., one
louble team and two men.
J. L. Edwards, self and three la la-jorers.
jorers. la-jorers. Charles Fishel.
C. E. Hightower.
A. G. Gates and auto.
C. L. Fox, self or laborer.
Fred B. Magaw, $1.50.
Blowers Lime Co., H. F. Goekins,
manager, self and two laborers.
Mclver & MacKay, two teams and

D. E. Mclver, two laborers and
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.
Carlisle Drugstore, two laborers.
Dr. Boozer, five men.
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, one la laborer.
borer. laborer. F. P. Gadson, one laborer.
Tompkins & Cobb, double team
and driver.
Jerry Burnett, one man.
D. W. Goodwin, $1.
Dodson & Rentz, one man.
C. J. Johnson, one man.
TV. H. Anderson, self and three

sons, two-horse wagon and all nec necessary
essary necessary tools.
R. F. Rogers, self and one man.
G. R. Smith, one day.
D. M. Barco, self.
W. K. ZewadskI, self and laborer.-

C. V. Smith, self and man.
G. W. Ray, one man.
J. P. Galloway, self and two labor laborers.
ers. laborers. ;
Cash, $1.25.
C. E. Connor, self and man.
Wm. M. Gober. one day or $1.
L. A. Snow, one man.
Alfred Aver, $1.
E. T. Helvenston. one day.
Knight & Lang, two laborers, two
mules and wagon.
W. L. Colbert, self and auto.
Baxter Carn, one-horse team.
F. A. Davies, self and auto.
Carter's Bakery, two men and 100
ioaves of brid.
G. F. Williams, self and auto.
L. W. Harley &. Bro., self, pick
and sliovel.
C. L. Izlar, self and auto.
J. R. Dewey, self and one man.
L. F. Ballard, self one day.
A. E. Burnett, self and laborer.
J. A. Morris. Jr.. and three men.
M. A. TenEyck, self and laborer.
J. T. Hall. self.
Fred J. Burden, self and team.
Charles E. French, self.
Henry Gordon, $1.50.
Z. C. Chambliss, self auto and
James Durfy, one day.
Jim Duffy, one day.
J. M. Whisenant and son, one day.-
R. C. Muncaster, self, labor, moral
William Butler. 4-
Mr. Pfifer.
W. J. Nelson, self. '.-..'
Mason Snelling. self.
G. T. Liddon, self,- double team team-and
and team-and man.
J. W. Jenkins and team.
loe Potter and team.
. Gordon Moorhead, services.
Gordon Sinclair, services.
B. Mcintosh.
Dr. F. E. McCIane, self, auto and
L. S. Light, self and three men..
F. G. B. Weihe.,self.
Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe, self.
F. E. Weihe.
Mrs. P. V. Leavengcod, help.
Dr. Blitch. auto, family and outfit.
Nathan Mayo, self, auto, double
team and driver.
J. F. Hall. self. ;
Judge Bell, self and auto.
J. M. Peterson, self or man.
Glover Miller, self.
W. A. McGuire of Morriston, self,
auto and five laborers.
II. A. Deubel, cash. $1.50.
J. T. George. r
RoseLoro Fant.
W. B. Hamden.
Roy and Glover Goodwin.
Henry Nelson (colored).
McDavid Hill.
J. L. Wiley, double team and driv driver,
er, driver, one day.
J. H. Brinson, self, man and team,
J. C. Howell, team.
Commodore W. S. Goodwin and

son, $10.
A. M. Lansford, self, auto and two
D, S. Woodrow, self and laborer laborer-S.
S. laborer-S. J. McCully, one day.
W. R. Roe and son, with double
mule team.
Court Pharmacj, team and man.
Joe Akin.
. E. A. Osborn of the Morriston Co.,
Morriston, twenty double team? with
men to drive them for ten days'
W. E. Whitworth, self, man and
Mrs. M. B. Stewart, $1 cash.
Ladies of the Ocala W. C. T. U.,
100 dinners and assistance In ser serving.
ving. serving. R. L. Martin, self, transit and
E. L. .Wartmann, Citra, cash $2.
Joseph W. Dodge, will drive cart
or wagon.
E. L. Howell of Ocala, self, auto
and two double teams. Twenty din dinners
ners dinners and assistance from Mrs. How Howell.
ell. Howell. Sam McAteer, self and team.
Dr. R. R. Williams, colored, Ocala,
Will Jenkins, colored.


r AT A TT1T 7T7"TTTA Orn A ment has to take into account what

)jPsAjl. Jli V JL1N 11N vj o 1 fi hhe eo le vant If thev want



with this country it would easily find
a pretext for it.

R. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavenjiood, Ru-ine-s Manager
J. 1!. Benjamin. Editor
Entered at Ocala. Fla., postoffice as second class matter.



PHOXE ."il


( Domestic)
One year, in advance $.1.00
Six months, in advance...'. 2.50
Three months, in advance. 1.25
One month, in advance GO


One year, in advance $S.OO
Six months, in advance.... 4.25
Three months, in advance. 2.25
One month, in advance So

CARXEGIE LIIIRARY FOR OCALA ( home, says he and his neighbors
For a number of years, several ofhave the ,rime community for

neaitn. uniy three interments in
their cemetery in a year. Two of
these were infants, and one an old
lady who died in another county and
was brought to Cotton Plant for
burial. It is also a land of peace and
plenty, and Mr. Barco looks cheerful.

the public spirited citizens of Ocala
have been trying to aid the library
association in its most praiseworthy,
effort to obtain a Carnegie library
for this city, but for one reason and
another, mostly indifference on the
part of the people who would derive
the most benefit from it. nothing
has materialized but talk. In the
last few weeks, however, the plan
has been renewed with a igor that
promises results the reason doubt doubtless
less doubtless the same that has caused many
other public moves to be revived, or
originated in the last six or eight
Yesterday was a field day for the
Library Association. It advanced on
the breastworks of indifference, and
obtained a capitulation. In the first
place, Mrs. Bittinger, .Mrs. Sinclair
and Miss Gamsby, members of the
committee, accompanied by Secretary
Rooney of the Board of Trade, went
before the Board of Public Instruc Instruction,
tion, Instruction, and then the Board of County
Commissioners, and obtained their
endorsement to the plan of a Carne Carnegie
gie Carnegie Library for Ocala. At the meet meeting
ing meeting of the Board of Governors of the
Board of Trade Tuesday nisht. -Mr.
Rooney presented the matter, which
received the unanimous indorse indorsement
ment indorsement of those gentlemen, whose ac action
tion action will of course be approed by
the Board of Trade. The governors
and the secretary then went before

the citv council, and that body gave
. I aipomt

favorable attention. the resolution,.

asking for the necessary ordinance
was referred to the judiciary com committee,
mittee, committee, which will report on it at
the next meeting, when a commit committee
tee committee will be appointed to draft the
ordinance, and there is no doubt
that it will pass.
The ordinance will authorize the
council to levy the necessary tax for
the support of the library. The li library
brary library building will be erected from
the Carnegie fund, which will give
$10,000 for the purpose, and the tax
will probably be half a mill. The
building will be put up on the city
lot, and there is a good prospect that
it will be in use this time next year.

Secretary Rooney of the Board of
Trade has received a letter from
Governor Trammell, in which that
good-looking and public spirited of-

j ficial announces that unless some some-I
I some-I tiling tin tors eon prevents, he will be
jhere Thursday, Oct. lt. to attend

the Blitchton roadworking.
As an incentive to needed public

improvement, the governor
hardly give his encouragemen
more praiseworthy enterprise,
ion county is trviim not onlv


All members not positively delay-1

ei elsewhere should be present at
the Board of Trade meeting this eve evening.
ning. evening. The Board of Trade is the
mainspring of improvement for
Ocala. There are two things abso absolutely
lutely absolutely necessary to do. to keep it
running. One is to pay the dues:
the other is to attend the meetings.
All the meetings are interesting, and
the more members there are present,
the more interesting they are. So
tell your wife to make you go this

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

The Monroe & Qiainbliss Baunk


Some of the ladies of the Library
Association have asked the Star to
make public a very beautiful as well
as practical idea that they wish to
work out for the good of the Mar Marion
ion Marion County Fair aud all who attend
It is to make of Thanksgiving Day

a home-coming day for all the wan-j
derers from .Marion county whom
the message will reach and -who can!

respond to it. Some have been gone
only months, some years and some
foi decades. It will be a Thanksgiv-

ing day indeed if a large number can j
be present, greet all their old friends;
and see how this little city and its i

could j surroundings hae improved since j

jo b jexkhkixisj & co.9
General Building Contractors


Block Xorth East of Postoffice,


303 Xorth Osceola Street,

to a

thev went away.

own people,
an example


necessary work for her
but set the entire state

which will work out in immense

11:- improvement.

people from all over the couit couit-here
here couit-here on the 1 1 1 h to meet oar
and broadminded governor.

ty be


The hist lei.-lai"
the state should
en sub-divisions or

oi 1 scan h. 1 lie envision oi wine

Ocala is the headquarters comprises

ire provided that
divided into sev sev-t
t sev-t lie State Board



i nine count tes

odkial title i.
state health

The county commissioners will
have eharue of the operations on
Blitchton roadworking day. They
will lay out plans for the work and

competent men to supervise

it. l ney v.ui also nd it with as

much of the county "road force and
machinery as possible. Let no one
suppose that the day is going to be
one of heterogenous undertaking in
which a multitude will waste much
misdirected energy. Everything will
be carefully planned beforehand, and
the work will be done to the best advantage.

A physician. whose
; an assistant to the
officer, will be located

Tuesday's was a fine day's work
for the city. The library building
will be an ornament and the library
will be of untold value, particularly
to the school children.


The government of Japan doesn't
want trouble with this country, says
the Savannah News, but a big per
cent of the Japanese people do.
Some of them are urging the gov government
ernment government to insist upon Japanese
ownership of land in California and
other states of the Union because
they are against the party- in power
and want to create a sentiment

FELL OF UASERALL FAN'S j against it. and there are others.
, manv others, whose pride is hurt be be-The
The be-The second ward election Tuesday i ,
, .'cause ot our denial ot citizenship to
proved that the second ward is tull
1 .T: nanese.

of baseball fans. In the election for

alderman. 14G votes were cast. Of
these. Mr. C. W. Hunter received

94; Mr. J. P. Phillips. 45: scatter scattering.
ing. scattering. T.
All other things being equal, a
man has a sure passport to the
hearts of his fellowmen when he
gives his town a big boost in baseball.

Bushnell has fallen into line; is

going to have a live, up-to-date tneY

board of trade. Several leading citi citizens
zens citizens are at the head of the move movement,
ment, movement, and they have called on Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Rooney to be there tomorrow
night to show them how to start. Of
course he will go.

I This latter class of neonle are not

likely to abandon their agitation for
the same rights for Japr nese as we
accord to the white races. They feel
that they are entitle 1 to such rights
and it irritates them to think tha
we don't want them as citizens and
won't permit them to migrate here
on equal terms with people of Euro European
pean European countries.
And apparently they are ready to
go to war to get what they claim. If

should get control of the gov

ernment it is pretty certain that we
should have war with Japan. At
present they haven't much of a pros-

;it each of these headquarters or dis-
tricts and will look after all matters:
that should properlv come under the I
scope of the Hoard of Health of the!
state. Dr. V. P. Crigler of Tampa, j

has arrived in Ocala and is a guest
of the Ocala House. He will enter
upon the duties of the office at once.
Dr. Crigler has been with the State
Hoard of Health about a year and
has -practiced medicine in Tampa for
seven years. He is a physician of
much ability, and graduated from
the Jefferson Medical College of
Philadelphia in 1!01. The Star
hopes the physicians of the district
the newspapers and the public in
general will cooperate with Dr.
Crigler and lend him their aid in all
matters touching public health, and
make his office as efficient as possible.

The following schedule is not paid
fer, but primed icr the information
f tut- public. The railroads are re-
iMr?;eJ to send in corrections when whenever
ever whenever necessary.
Soul I-ImmiimI Arrive Leave
No. 2 1:03 p.m 1:25 p.m.
Xo. 9 (Limitei).. .2:30 p.m. 2:33 p.m.
No. 1 a.m. 1:40 a.m.
Sr. 2 2:25 a.m. 2:30 a.m.
Xo. 4 12:50 p.m. 1:05 p.m.
Xo. 10 (Limited) .4:20 pin. 4:23 p.m.
T;,e limited leaves Jacksonville at
Il:o0 a. :n. and arrives in Tampa at 6
p. in. It leaves Tampa at 1 p. m. anci
iirives in Jacksonville at 7:30 p. m. It
tups only at Turkey Creek, Plant City,
lade City, W' Id wood, Ocala, Starke
and Waldo
Soiilliliiiuiii! Jnx. ami St. Petersburg:
Arrive Leave
So. 'J 10:35 p.m. 10:46 p.m.
Xo. Z'J 2:40 p.m. 2:42 p.m.
Southbound -Ocala aud Lakeland
Xo.' 35 (Sunnyjim) 6:40 a.m.
Xortubouud .lax. aud St. Petersburg
Arrive Leave
No. 10 5:19 a.m 5:20 a,m.
Xo. 40 12:54 p.m. 1:14 p.m.
XorllilMMiml Lakeland and Oeala
No. 32 (Sunnyjim) ... .Arrive 9:50 p.m
O cfil ii and Ilomosaswa
Leave No. 41 8:20 a.m.
Leave No. 47 2:25 p.m.
Arrive No. 44 12:50 p.m.
Arrive No. 48 5:00 p.m.

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Dr. L. Montgomery

physician of Micanopy.
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Smith and five
Mrs. Jessie Haycraft and auto.
.Mr. 1). M. Darco. who hopes to
bring a good representation from
Cotton Plant.


The Saturday evening edition of
the Jacksonville Metropolis was a
peach and was the first of the genu genuine
ine genuine libraries that this popular paper
will issue every week end. News for
everybody, literature for the ladies
and funny pictures for the kids.
That McClellan person sure is a
twentieth century newspaper man.

The Lakeland Telegram is a
mighty fine little paper, but we
wish it would fire its mail clerk. He
doesn't send us the paper half of the

Secretary Rooney has received
proofs of the cuts to be used in the
proposed Marion County Booklet.
They are all of interesting scenes
and show good workmanship. The
booklet is going to be a splendid
piece of work.

We are glad to see the Marianna
Leader appreciated that article we
wrote about Marianna day.

Supervisor of Registration Barco.
In town today from his Cotton Plant

pect of their getting control but as
they will continue their contention
there is no telling when they will.
In the meantime Japan, it is un understood,
derstood, understood, is asking for a new treaty

with this country. If the framing
of a new treaty is undertaken Japan
will ask for all the rights for her
people that are enjoyed in this coun country
try country by any other people. The request
wouldn't be granted. If we should
throw open our ports to Japanese
immigration we should have a condi condition
tion condition of affairs here that would be ex extremely
tremely extremely difficult to deal with.
The anti-Japanese land act in Cal California
ifornia California was passed because wage
earners and farmers objected to both
Japanese laborers and Japanese far farmers.
mers. farmers. The competition between the
two races is unequal for the reason
that the Japanese have a much low lower
er lower standard of living. They can
make more money in farming and
can underbid Americans in the labor
market. They are therefore unde undesirable
sirable undesirable as citizens. It is true that
they are thrifty and obedient to the
laws but it doesn't follow for these
reasons that we should create a
troublesome problem for ourselves
by permitting Japanese immigration.
Japanese statesmen understand the
situation but the Japanese govern-

The Star thinks that the following
from the Jacksonville Metropolis is
a very good suggestion:
Anti-lobby bills innumerable have
been considered and passed by Con Congress
gress Congress and the legislatures of various
states, in spite of which the game
goes merrily on. although bribery
isn't anything like as rampant as it
was in the "palmy days" of corpora corporation
tion corporation control.
More good bills in behalf o the
people have been defeated through
the introduction of "jokers" by leg legislators,
islators, legislators, backed by crafty lawyers,
than have ever been sent to oblivion
in the open.
If anything has ever been done to
punish the culprit who, thinks it is
funny to thwart legislative intent by
the "joker" method, we do not re remember
member remember the occasion.
In view of the deluge of well in intended
tended intended but defective bills that came
from the hoppers of the last legisla legislature,
ture, legislature, the Metropolis suggests that at
the next session a bill be passed
placing a heavy penalty on any legis legislator,
lator, legislator, lawyer, or lobbyist who is re responsible
sponsible responsible for the introduction and
adoption of a "joker" which renders
a bill unconstitutional or otherwise
Truly, the "joker" has ceased to
be a cause for merriment and jesting

at the expense of well-meaning legislators.

Mayor J. D. Robertson.
Recorder L. T. Izlar.
Assistant Recorder Joseph Bell.
Council B. A. Weathers, presi
dent: J. II. Taylor, president pro
tern; E. C. Bennett, Baxter Carn, J.
V. Hood, E. T. Helvenston, G. A.
Carmichael, F. G. B. Weihe, C. M.
City Attorney C. L. Sistrunk.
City Clerk II. C. Sistrunk.
Treasurer and Tax Collector W.
W. Clyatt.
City Engineer J. R. Moorhead.
Superintendent Light Plant J. C.
Superintendent Water Works .1.
A. Campbell.

Marshal A. J. Brigance.
Fire Chief H. S. Chambers.
Sanitary Inspector G. W. Cleve Cleveland.
land. Cleveland. Street Commissioner R o b e r t

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

florida title and abstract co.

ocala, fla.



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 15x20; 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
Also two small farms of eighty
and fifty-four acres respectively, un unimproved.
improved. unimproved. See H. A. Kramer, or owner, A.
A. Mathews, Ocala. Fla. 10-l-t


Judge Circuit Court W. S. Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, Ocala.
District Attorney E. W. Davis,
Clerk Circuit Court P. H. Nugent,
Sheriff J. P. Gallowuy, Ocala.
Tax Collector W. L. Colbert,
Tax Assessor Alfred Ayer, Ocala.
Treasurer John M. Graham,
Surveyor W. A. Moorhead, Ocala.
Judge of Probate Wm. E. Smith,
County Commissioners C. Carmi Carmichael,
chael, Carmichael, 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.
Board Public Instruction J. IL,
Brinson, Superintendent, Ocala; B.
R. Blitch, Blitchton; J. S. Grantham,

Fort McCoy; W. D. Carn, Ocala.

FALL and


Any one contemplating wall paper papering,
ing, papering, painting or kalsomining of walls
should see the beautiful, new, sani sanitary,
tary, sanitary, permanent, washable finish of
two rooms in the Ocala National
Bank. Those who have seen it con consider
sider consider it superior to anything ever of offered
fered offered in this territory and prices are

tvery reasonable. For information

see Mclver & MacKay. 9-13-tf


Ocala Loage No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over the Jarns Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. D. W. Tompkins, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. R. 3. Ad

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


An elegant line of lawyers' manu manuscript
script manuscript covers, in any color that could
be desired, just received at the Star

Fre-h oyster daily, "any style."
Merchant's Cafe, J. R. Dewey.lO-3-tf

Have you a house to
rent, or do you want
to rent a house?
Have you something to
sell, or do you wish to
buy a house, a lot, a
horse or a buggy?

Are you looking for
employment, or do you
need the services of
some one who is?

If so, you should pat patronize
ronize patronize the STAR'S un unclassified
classified unclassified column it'll
do the work.

f J

Phone 167

Florida Seed Rye, per bushel $3.
Florida 90 Day Oats, per bu. $1.
S. C. Rust Proof Oats, bushel $1.



DR. F. E. McCLANE, M. D.
The Dr. McClane Medical, Surgical and
Electrical Institute
PHONES Office, No. 333. Dr MoClane's Residence, No. 407.
Office Suite 1 to 7, Holder Block Southwest cor. Public Square.


As in Mot Other States, are In strut'
tivt as Well a- AiiiUMnir

Winter conies and all that will re remain
main remain of the county fairs will be a

was and what

pursued the policy that has been fol followed
lowed followed in Canada, throughout the
east and west, of offering large priz-

es on what is known as "Quality

For instance, if S-jOO is

a cash prize for the larsest

yield on ten acres of any good pro product,
duct, product, you can readily see that you
will easily get fifty or a hundred

$ Call DD Phnn 300 and lot nc civ rri;m...

-- - au Lauiuatc uu ivur

, fered as

am a
s of-?

farmers competing for






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Special Prices on Recovering Auto Tops:



5. Passenger BSSr


. $10.00

Rubber $15.00
Mohair 20.00


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

memory of what


might have been. The good old and in this way in one

farmer who failed to have his big ne production of the county can be

yellow pumpkin score, or his brin-' practically doubled. The heaviest J

die steer to proudlv walk awav with prize should be placed on the most

a ribbon of the desired color, will neglected products of this county. I

soon be shamng things for davs ofi1- ouia tena to Given tne farm-

storm and planning in his mind for ers from producing freak or unusual

tne rizes ne proposes to carry away i"i-i""-u ui xu gneu crop,
when the next fair is held in his j David PI. Kirkland.
county. j

And speaking
calls that they
they used to be


Akin the Plumber
Is now prepared to give you estimates on all kinds of
and everything in this line. When placing your eon eon-tracts
tracts eon-tracts 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.

of county fairs re re-are
are re-are not exactly as
when "Heck was a

pup and big Bill Snooks ran 1 0 0
yards in something over eighteen'
seconds, vaulting two bars while go-;
ing down the speedway, with his
best girl looking on. and the young
and old folks vellins like mad. Bill
was a great runner in his day. but
his day is over and now he hobbles
about at the county fairs, and tries
to tell the new generation what a
great runner and jumper he was
many years ago. Still there are in
these piping days many old-fashioned
county fairs held all over the
countrv and some good ones. too. Or

all the countries that put on county
fairs, perhaps Canada, my native
country and where I spent my boy boyhood
hood boyhood years takes the lead when it
comes to back-woods exhibitions, for
the people of the rural districts or
the Province of Quebec loe a fair as
they love family lies ami tales of
'!;cfo" de war" tr the people of

Th county fairs of Florida.

i c. 1. 1 row

Mr. E. Van Hood, Editor

The Old and New Duunellou

We Guarantee To Save Yon Money on Any Work in Onr Lines
Am Hf emptor Boae bat experts Tre are 1b poult io to varaatee t t-ery
ery t-ery piece of work we eeastract to ataad Ike taspeetloa of the Boat
rigid inspector. It cost mot kins to get oar figure d yon are the
dinner, vraetaer rre secure the contract or not. GItc n a trial.


COLLIER BROS.. Proprietors.

Teams for Light

and Heavy Hauling.
Packing and
Shipping ot
Furniture, Pianos
and Safes.
3 1 g gage Service
the Best.

We Sell
Superior to Plaste
or Ceiling in
Qoalily or Price.
Phone 296

all oi

er states in i

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



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Broadway and 14th street. Union Square.
Clean, Comfortable, Convenient and American Plan, $2 per day and up.
Home Like Hotel, on the Amer- European Plan, $1 per day and
ican and European Plans. up. Special Weekly Hates.




ict. an-Tht-y
n !oth

yo;i:.s and the women too who
::.t' toiled i'mi sun and rain to t-rr-d;i'e
crtij.s that the hungry may !e
.!. and they will roll nu a nice hank

county w.
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You should use our Unclass Unclassified
ified Unclassified Column to place your
needs before the public.

Of tl:'

so much
It's tho

new face.--, it's

the same ol 1 exhibits of products,
and it's the same old "free" attrac attractions
tions attractions and side shows that once he!
spell-bound many a man and woman,
then youn-JT. and who have passed
over the divide. The pop-corn stands
are these just as they used to be.
only a little more elaborate, the men
with the dolls and box of balls are
never mis-sing, nor are the "segars"
that go with every successful throw.
About all that is missing is the man
who used to operate a tintype out outfit,
fit, outfit, for tintypes are no more in
their place has come the photo man,
who takes one's picture for a dime
or a quarter, according to the nu nu-ber
ber nu-ber on the post card.
The hairless calf and the man-eating
serpent, "the only two known in
the world," always draw at the coun county
ty county fairs. The- bearded lady and the
living skeleton join hands and smile
as the "barker" at the door tells of
their existence. The fat boy and the
strong man who can lift i-ith one
hand a ton or less, vie with each
other for favors; the people come
and the people go. It isn't the big
scientific things that makes life
worth living, anyway. It's the little
things, the chit-chat and oddities
that send the blood thru the veins
with renewed vigor. Were we to
discuss heavy matter all the time, it
is said by scientific men. in a few
vears we would all be high-brows
and have heads shaped much differ

ent from what the average head is
shaped now. j
People want to he entertained, noi
matter whether at county fairs.!
street carnivals, or elsewhere, and;

that is one reason why so many
county and city people are found
each year at the places where a va variety
riety variety of entertainment is always on
tap. early and late.
All honor to the county fair. May
they continue and may the attend attendance
ance attendance be satisfactroy every time the
doors to the grounds are thrown
open; and in conclusion, and very
seriously may I say. that the value
of fairs held annually to any com community
munity community cannot be doubted, and to
make the results real the fair must
not be held only occasionally, but
must be an annual proposition for
this reason; If the fair is held each
year, more and more you get the
interest of the different farmers
throughout the county in making
exhibits, and the scope of the work
of the fair in uplifting the general
plan of development in the county
is then made manifest.
The best way in my opinion to
make a county fair of real value to
a community is to offer prizes in De December
cember December or January, and get out all
the live printed matter at that time,
describing the fair which is to be
held the following fall, and giving
the list of prizes and premiums, and
distributing this literature so effec effectively
tively effectively that every farmer in the coun county
ty county will be sure to have some on

j hand In the south we have not

Dunnellon. Fla., Oct. 7.
For twenty five years Dunnellon
has supported the largest saloon
traffic of any town of its size in the
fair state of Florida, and perhaps
the south. Fifteen years ago before
the Woman's Christian Temperance
I'nion was organized and before the
people took thought of the great
evil and the extent that it was being
carried on here, it was as common
to sell goods and liquor on the -Sabbath
day as on any other day in the

week. All stores and saloons were?

allowed to keep their doors open
nil lo o'clock Sunday morning, and
you could not tell Sunday from any

o;uer ua uance nans were a r rang

o i Tin- t t .0 ,L' -a f 1 f n -i 1 .- e s. i- 11

supplied with a piano, and all davjy
long and. until earlv in the mornings :

you co aid near the negro ragtime
mrsic and the maudlin laughter of
the drunken occupants. These plac places
es places of amusement, as they were call called,
ed, called, were in full view of the railroad

:.nd the many travelers who pasved j 'XX"XXXX"X
thru Dunnellon, going to all parts of j

the country, carried this vision of



At This Period Use All
Safeguards tor lomtorts and Well Being
The best and most practical of theseis ice our ice. It preserves
your food, conserves your health, increases your pleasure, does
you good in ways too numerous to mention and all for a little

our little city with them. It has gen 3
broadcast and our town (rightly)
has borne a name that has brought
the blushes of shame to us many
but praise the Lord, the long
ureamed-of ""Xew Dunnellon" is now
a realization.
The few Christians got together
and organized a church and Sunday
school and erected a church building
and the fight began. In about eight
years another church went up and a
few more years another, and now we
have four beautiful church build-

ings. four church organizations and!
four Sunday schools. j
At our first wet and dry elections!
there were three dry votes polled. In j
the next we gained a little. In the
state-wide the drys were in the ma-j
jority three votes. In the fight to j
put the saloons out of Marion coun-j
ty on Sept. 1 l. the drys were in the j
majority IS votes that put the sa-j

loons out of Dunnellon. The saloon
doors closed Sept. 21 we hope for
For some years the prejudice has
been getting stronger and stronger
against the saloons in Dunnellon.
until it became so strong that the
women in all the strength of the W.
C. T. F. arose and said it must go.
We with our manv friends will nev-

e be found napping but are wide j

awake, watching to see that those

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Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen
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Phone 101.

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Ocala House Block

Phone 420

animals they
not into our
1 The agitation

call blind tigers come
beautiful little city,
asainst the saloon has


been so strong the people who have
always been the leaders in the wet
campaign worked as hard as they

! could to help carry the town dry.
'.Speaking from good people, the
I w ork of the W. C. T. l. the churches
and the Sunday schools have worked
jhand in hand, and with the prayers
lot" the good mothers of our town.

Dunnellon is as dry as any town.
And her men with their new board
of trade organization will stand by
the right and fight the evil with all
their might and manhood. We are
proud of our men. We want to
thank Sheriff Galloway and our city
marshal. Mr. S. C. M. Thomas, who
have promised to see that the law is
kept. Our little city is going for forward.
ward. forward. We are paving her main
streets with brick, putting in a com complete
plete complete sewer system, own our own
water and light plants, building a
$16,000 school house and proud
that we can invite the highest and
best citizenship to come live with
us. not being ashamed any longer
of our surroundings.
Yours for beautifying our little
citv, w. c. t. r.

Fresh oysters daily, "any style."
Merchant's Cafe, J. li. Dewey. 10-3-6t


P. o.


Red, Buff, Gray and
Common Building


Large Stock, Prompt Shipment


Duval Building
Jacksonville, Fla


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Drives Out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Builds up
the Whole System. For Grown People and Children.
You know what you are taLing when you take Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic
as the formula is printed on every label showing that it contains the well known
tonic properties of QUININB and IRON. It is as strong as the strongest bitter
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Weakness, general debility and loss of appetite. Gives life and vigor to Nursing
Mothers and Pale, Sickly Children. Removes Biliousness without purging.
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(If you have any items for this
Miss Weathers Hostess of Fortnight Fortnightly
ly Fortnightly K vening Club
The Fortnightly Evening Club, a
recently orgajtfeTll auction club, in including
cluding including ifmembs Misses Eugenia
Fuller, Bettie MIver, Edith Will Williams;
iams; Williams; Janet t Weathers, Bessie Mac Mac-Kay
Kay Mac-Kay and Annie-Atkinson, who are all
congenial neighbors, met last eve evening
ning evening for the first time, Miss Weath-
. ers being its -tenrely hostess. As th
name implies, the club will play
twice a month, generally on Tuesday
evenings, beginning at 7:30 o'clock.
Playing with the club last evening
were Messrs. Hibbert Weathers
Stenhen Jewett, E. J. Crook, A. J
Beck, W. D. Taylor, Guy Zewadski
and the hostess mother, Mrs. B. A.
Weathers, who took Miss Mclver's
place. The games for the four pro progressions
gressions progressions were interesting and re resulted
sulted resulted in Miss Williams winning the
trophy, a deck of pretty cards.
At 10:30 o'clock Miss Weathers
served her guests to ginger cream,
cake and salted almonds, the enjoy enjoyment
ment enjoyment of which concluded a thorough thoroughly
ly thoroughly delightful and informal evening.
Mrs. W. H. Wilson has returned
from a brief visit to her home in
Tampa and is again the guest of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Mar Martin,
tin, Martin, where she will be until the new
apartment in which they expect to
live is completed.
Mr. 1. V. Stevens of Lakeland was
in the city last evening, conveying
the pleasant news that his daughter,
little Miss Margaret Stevens, had al almost
most almost completely recovered from her
recent critical illness and would
come to Ocala either tomorrow or
Friday. Miss Stevens will be accom accompanied
panied accompanied by her mother and they will
be guests of their uncle and aunt.
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Weathers.
Rev. and Mrs. Bunyan Stephens
and Master McClure Stephens re returned
turned returned today from Morriston where
they have been the guests since Mon Monday
day Monday of Mrs. Flora Morrison.
Mrs. C. E. Culbreath arrived on
the Tampa boat this morning to
spend a few days with A. T. Mullins
and family. St. Petersburg Inde Independent.
pendent. Independent. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Xorthcutt have
. arrived from Marietta, Ga., where
they have been spending the past
few months, and will spend the
greater part of the winter in Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, going over to St. Augustine
later in the season for a stay of
some length. Times-Union.
Mr. Xorthcutt came to Ocala an annually
nually annually about ten years ago and con conducted
ducted conducted a dancing class during the
Mrs. R. H. Macey and daughter,
little Miss Lucy Macey, left today for
their home at West Palm Beach,
after a delightful visit of several
davs with Mrs. Bate Perdue.
Mrs. Edward Badger will leave
next week for Tampa to visit her
daughter, Mrs. Godfrey Movers for;
ten days or two weeks.
""'Miss' Fay Parker and Mr. Eugene
Knight of Tampa have many friends
in Ocala who will learn with inter interest
est interest of their approaching marriage,
which will be a beautiful church
event occurring on the evening ol
October 31st. In the large wedding
party will be Miss Ruth Nelson and
Four Reels High
Class Motion
Maurice Costello and 31ara Kim Kimball
ball Kimball Young, in "Jack's Chrysanthe Chrysanthemums"
mums" Chrysanthemums" Vita graph drama.
The House of Darkness Bio Bio-graph
graph Bio-graph drama.
, The Ex-Convict's Plunge Selig
The Two Merchants An Edison
6:30 to 10 p. m.
Auivuaaiuu: ?
1 5Jand 10 Cents

department call phone 106)

Mr. William Chambers, formerly of
this city, Miss Frances Bond and Mr.
James McKay, who were members of
a house party given summer before
last at Lake Weir by the young so society
ciety society set.
Mrs. Robinson Hostess at Auction
This afternoon at 3 o'clock Mrs.
Emmett Robinson entertained at a
charmingly appointed auction party
at her attractive home on Oklawaha
avenue. The invitation list included
the unmarried friends of Mrs. Rob Robinson,
inson, Robinson, who is one of Ocala's loveliest
young matrons. The parlor, library
and hall where the seven card ta
bles were placed were decorated with
cut flowers. An exquisite embroid embroidered
ered embroidered piece of lingerie was presented
to the one holding the highest score,
the latter being kept on pretty tally
At the conclusion of the games the
hostess assisted by her sisters-in-law,
Misses Fanny and Rosebud Rob Robinson,
inson, Robinson, served a delightful ice course.
Mints were on the table during the
This was the first large party of
the season and enjoying it were
Misses Alice Bell of Virginia, Mary
Burford, Minnie Stovall, Clara John Johnson,
son, Johnson, Alice Bullock, Josie Bullock,
Gertie Peyser, Bessie MacKay, Eu Eugenia
genia Eugenia Fuller, Ruby Gissendaner,
Kathleen Jackson, Adele Bittinger,'
Hope Robinson, Marie von Engelken,
Ophelia Sawtell, Mattie Williams,
Fanny and Rosebud Robinson. Edith
Williams. Mary McDowell. Hester
Dewey, Annie Laurie Perry, Nellie
Gottlieb, Cecile Downs, Annie Atkin Atkinson.
son. Atkinson. Mrs. Clifford Ayer, Mrs. Violet
Powers and Mrs. G. T. Maughs. The
following joined the players tor re refreshments.
freshments. refreshments. Misses Lois Ellis and
Elizabeth Mizelle. The prettiest 'and
sweetest guest at the party was the
dainty daughter of the house, Miss
Lucile McKeown Robinson.
Fpworth League Social
The Epworth League will hold its
monthly business meeting and soeial
at the home of Mrs. Irvin on Xorth
Main street Friday night at S o'clock.
All members are urged to be pres present.
ent. present. Everyone is requested to bring
a pound.
Mrs. Jessie Haycraft, Mrs. Frank
Ditto, Mr. and Mrs. B. II. Seymour
accompanied Secretary Rooney to
Blitchton in the former's car this af afternoon
ternoon afternoon to attend to business per pertaining
taining pertaining to the imprpvement of that
road next week.
Judge R. McConathy, one of
Ocala's most astute attorneys, is
home from a visit to Kentucky. Mrs.
McConathy will not return for some
weeks yet. j
Mrs. Minnie Bailey Reed is home
from a delightful and extended sum summer
mer summer trip which included visits in
Philadelphia, Washington, Sweet
Springs, Va., and points in South
Carolina. At Greenville, S. C, she
was with her aunt, Mrs. Annie Mar Martin,
tin, Martin, who will remain with her daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Mrs. Jack Walker until Christ Christmas.
mas. Christmas. Mrs. Mary Dodge Maddox is home
from a most delightful visit of sev several
eral several weeks spent with relatives in
Dalton, Ga.
Miss Bess Donaldson will return
to her home in Clio, S. C, tomorrow
after a visit of two months with Mrs.
Howard Walters. Miss Donaldson is
an attractive young lady and has
made many friends who regret her
departure, and they will anticipate
another visit from her at an early
Misses Katherine and Mildred
Pyles returned today to their studies
at Brenau College from Petersburg,
S C, where they were the guests for
a week of their brother-in-law and
sister. Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo Cullum.
Mrs. James Taylor and dainty lit
tle daughter. Martha Allen, are home
from a visit to Daytona with Mrs
Taylor's father. Mr. Allen.
Mrs. Annie Akin has returned
from Floral CLiy. where she has beetf
visiting friends ".
OCAL LODGE NO. 280, R. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge. No. 2S6, Benovelent
and Protective Order of Elks, me?tp
the second and fourth Tuesday een
ings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome.
Chas. W. Hunter, E. R.
Joseph Bell, Secretary. Ad.
The Hart, Schaffner &. Marx ready
to wear clothing need no introduc introduction
tion introduction in Ocala. Waterman is exclus exclusive
ive exclusive agent for this superior line 9-22


Mr. Arthur S. Clark of this city,
is a candidate for the office of in income
come income tax collector, one of the new
federal plums created lately. Mr.
Clark has on file with Mr. Hayes
Lewis, collector of customs at Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, a big batch of strong en endorsements
dorsements endorsements from Ocala and sur surrounding
rounding surrounding territory and has gone to
Jacksonville, in resonnse to a letter
from Mr. Lewis, to confer with the
collector. Mr. Lewis will recom recommend
mend recommend some one for the appointment
and it looks like Mr. Clark will be
that man. Mr. Clark is thorougniy
fitted for the job. He is young, en energetic,
ergetic, energetic, thoroughly capable and a
splendid accountant, writes a beau beautiful
tiful beautiful hand and is possessed of a fine
business education and training. He
has a host of friends here and a
large family connection, ail of whom
hope he will get the position.
Mrs. B. H. Seymour is appointed
chairman of dinner committee for
good road working day, Oct. 16th,
and is arranging chairmen for each
point where dinner is to be served.
We are going over the road today,
confer with Mrs. Dr. Blitch and
other good women en route and ar arrange
range arrange all details which will be pub published
lished published as soon as we return.
J. D. Rooney, Secretary.
Mrs. B. H. Seymour,
Chairman Dinner Committee.
Beleview Oct. 8. Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Millican returned from a sum summer
mer summer stay in the mountains of North
Mr. Win. Leesee arrived from
Cleveland, Ohio, last Friday.
Mr. R. II. Hale is seriously indis indisposed
posed indisposed at his home two miles west of
Mr. John Hale, of Connor, was a
visitor to Belleview last week.
Rev. Dr. Carmine, district super
intendent of the Methodist Episco Episcopal
pal Episcopal church, arrived last Tuesday and
gave a lecture in the church that
night. The regular quarterly con
ference was held Saturday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hilton, of
Biooklvn. X. Y., arrived last Satur
After spending a week with his
family and welcoming them back
from their vacation, Mr. Frank Rit Rit-ter
ter Rit-ter left for south Florida last Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. Mr. Fred D. Waite, of Manarista,
one of Belleview's old time resi residents,
dents, residents, spent a couple of days in
town last week.
Mr. Bruce Meffert, in one of those
little choo-choo wagons, ran over
Sniglefoot" as he was going thru
town last Saturday. Its a lucky
thing for the dog that it wasn't a
real automobile that hit him. As it
is, he limps a little, and hobbles on
three legs, and has told several per
sons that he thinks a fly kicked him.
The Belleview workers held their
regular meeting last Thursday after
noon.. The regular election of offic-
ers was neia.ann me ioiiowing wcic
elected : President, Mrs. J. L. Hop Hopkins;
kins; Hopkins; vice-president, Mrs. O. M.
Gale; secretary, Miss Lorena -Freeman;
treasurer, Mrs. R. C. Redge;
work directress. Mrs. J. X. Shedd.
CHAPTER XO. 13, K. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter Xo. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday in every month at
1:30 p. m. C. B. Connor, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
You are cordially in-
vited to call and inspect
the FALL HATS on dis- X
play at the Harrington
Hal Hotel Tuesday, Wed- $
nesday and Thursday, $
October 7th, 8th and 9th.
Louisville, Ky.
Holder Block, Rooms 9 and 10.
PHOXE 250.



IHIardware DepaHmeiriti

"Fishing Tackle That's Fit For Fishing,"

Rods, Reels, Lines,
Trolling Leaders,
Hall Spinners,
Jewell Spoons,

and Minnows of all kinds

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

Teacher of Voice Culture
Residence 701 Earl street; phone
412. Fall term begins Sept. 29,
lf)i:j. Pupils may enroll at any
time. 9-2 7-6t
All the late shapes and shades in
men's fall hats are just in at Water Waterman's.
man's. Waterman's. Get yours now. 9-22-tf
I ha'e a guaranteed piano tuner
for a few days. Those wanting his
services leave orders at my "store at
once. A. M. Lansford. 9-30-5t
They are worth looking at even if
you don't buy those nobby Hawes
and John B. Stetson hats at Water Waterman's
man's Waterman's haberdashery. 9-22-tf
Fresh oysters daily, "any style."
Merchant's Cafe. J. R. Dewey. 10-3-Gt
Dental Surgeon
Rooms 9, 10, 11, Holder Block
Thone 250
Terms: Cash.
Dental Surjreon
Office Over Commercial Bank
Phone 211
Dental Surgeon
Office Law Library Building
Phone 444
Attorney at Law
Office Second Floor Munroe and
Chambliss Bank Building


We have it.

Sttore off QmaMy

T 1 1 K. TRICA I i S E AS( X
Manager Bennett has secured the
following plays lor the coming sea season:
son: season: Xoveniber
17 and IS. Edison Talking Pic Pictures.
tures. Pictures. 24th. "Bought and Paid For."
2 7. Local talent, benefit hospital.
2Sth. Bert Leigh in "The Little
30th. Coburn's Minstrels.
The Barber of Seville."
"The Leopard Spots."
Xiel O'Brien Minstrels.
"Quo Vadis."
"Quo Vadis."
Divorce Question.
o, "The Shepherd of the Hills."
17th. "Polly of the Circus."
26th. The Smart Set.
27th. "The Spring Maid."
1. Smart Set.
23rd. Evan's Honey Boy
4th to 13th. Chautauqua.
16th. "The Rose Maid."
19th. Paul Gilmore.
The Ocala Lodge Xo. 699, Loyal
Order of Moose, meets each Thursday
evening at S o'clock in the Moose
building. Visiting brothers are in invited
vited invited to attend 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
Malaria or Oniiis & Feve
Prescription No. 666 ii prepared especial!
Five or six doses will break any case, an;
if taken then as a ton e the Fever will nc'
remrn. It acts on the liver better that
Calomel and does not gripe or sicken. 25


m t 6
I have just opened up my new
garage on Xorth Main street, and
solicit a share of the patronage of
car owners in Ocala and surrounding
territory. The repair department
is prepared to do all kinds of auto automobile
mobile automobile repairing on short notice.
Xone bu first-class workmen em employed,
ployed, employed, and therefore, I am in po position
sition position to guarantee every job that
leaves the place. Rates will be fiund
reasonable as high-class workman workmanship
ship workmanship and good material can be fur
T. C. Luckie,
Building formerly occupied by Idea
Every Woman
Should Have
White Rose Delicacies
On hand for use in case of emergen emergencies.
cies. emergencies. If unexpected company comes
in she is prepared to serve a lunch luncheon
eon luncheon in a few minutes. A few sug suggestions:
gestions: suggestions: Olives, Pickles, Fruits,
Fish, etc. Let us prove that we give
unequaled service a.nd superior
Smith Grocery Co.
Xorth of Ocala Xational Bank
No Coal Famine In U. 8.
According to geological survey esti estimates
mates estimates only about one-half of 1 per
cent, of the available coal in the
United States has been mined.











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

It W01.Be
To figure with US beforQoti place your order for
or any thing or mill work you may need in the build building
ing building line. W e are prepared to give you estimates on
comlpete house bills.
We Carry Heart Pprch Flooring In Stock
PHONE 234 Office Cor. Osceola and S. 3rd St


Morses iii lik

We have just received a carload of fine horses
. -. ,.' A i
and mules, which can be seen at the lot and barn
on West Exposition Street or Broadway. This is the
first carload of horses and mules shipped to Ocala
this season. Our lot will be well stocked with choice
stock all the season, and if you are in the market
for mules or horses, we will be pleased to show them
to you, Prices and quality always guaranteed.

Phone 356


Windsor Hotel

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

European Plan $1.50
A. M.Wilson.

Jacksonville, Florida

George Giles,

President Vice-President Cashier
A St. George Richardson, Assistant Cashier.


Do a General Banking Business, and Solicit the Patronage
ilpftije Public.
Metropolitan Building South Magnolia St





Atlantic Coast Line


$ 8.25 PENSACOLA, FLA., and return. Tickets on sale Oct. ISth. 19th
and 20th. Limited Oqt,,29th. U. C. V.
$21.05 NEW ORLEANS, T.A.. .and return. Tickets on sale Oct. 11th,
12th, 13th. Limited Oct. ISth. Extension to Nov. Sth.
$17.60 ASHEVILLE, X. C, and return. Tickets on sale Oct. 19th, 20th,
21st, 22nd. Limited .Xov, 2n3.
$46.75 NEW YOllK and return, ,: Tickets on sale Oct. 20th, 21st. 22nd.
Limited Nov. 10th. :
$17.45 MOBILE, ALA., and return.' tickets on sale Oct. 24th, 25th, 26th.
Limited Nov. 5th. Extension to Nov. 30th.
$29.80 NASHVILLE, TEXX, and return. Tickets on sale Oct. 2 Sth,
29th. Limited to Nov. 5th.
For information of reservations call on nearest Atlantic Coast Line
ticket agent or
Y. R. BEAZLEY, T. P. A., J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A..
Tampa, Fla. Tampa, Fla.


Per Day and Upward
Thos. M. Wilson,


J. L. Wiley, Frank P. Gadson,




One of the Most Cruel and Treacher

ous that Has Ever Dig,raceil

.Aviator, ell Remembered in Ocala,
Chicago. Oct. S. Miss Ida G. j Caused a Fatal Accident
Leegson. an art student, whose nude I
body was found on the prairie west Rochester, N. Y., Oct. S. Miss
of here Sunday, was lured to her J Ruth Hildreth, daughter of V. E.
death by some man who telephoned j Hildreth of New York City, was kill kill-to
to kill-to her in response to her advertise-; ei and her sister, Dorothy Hildreth,
ment for a place as a nurse. This was probably fatalb injured yester yester-was
was yester-was the conclusion of the police after j day in Hammondsport, when Lin-

more than twenty-four hours' search,
which resulted the police admit, in
no trail that they believe can direct
them to the murderer.
Strangled to Death
The thin silken fish line found
near the body and the bruised circle
it left around Miss Leegson's neck, 1
showed them the manner of her
death. Her tattered clothing strewn ;
for half a mile along the road ap-j
proaching the prairie, and the bruis-i
es on the body, indicate that death1
had come only after she had made a;
hard struggle, but there was nothing
found to show by whom Miss Leeg-1
son had been induced to visit the
lonely spot on the western outskirts
of the city.
After giving up her position as a
school teacher in Mason. Ia., Sept.
29, Miss Leegson came to Chicago
and engaged a room with Mrs. James
P. Burnett, saying she was going to
try to earn more money to continue
her art studies. Saturday she insert inserted
ed inserted an advertisement in a paper ask asking
ing asking for a place as a trained nurse.
Saturday afternoon a telephone
message came from a "Mr. Wilson."
who. when told that Miss Leegson
was out. inquired closely about her
personal appearance. An hour later
he called again and aske.l her to go
t a point on the west side to care
for his wife. She left to answer the
call and was not heard from again
by her friends.
The street address given by the
'.Mr. Wilson" proved to e a vacant
lor o.i u..j praifie. A canvass of the
house.-: in the vicinity of the prairie
showed none occupied by anyone
named Wilson.
The possibility that Miss Leegson
was lured to her death by an or organized
ganized organized band of "white slavers." is
being investigated by the police, but
it is not believe. 1 by them to offer a
solution of the mvstery
An investi
ers at the
gat ion

University of Chicago and at the artless, and that is by constitutional
institute indicates that the murder- remedies. Deafness is caused by tu
ed woman had been known for her inflamed condition of the mucous lin lin-industry,
industry, lin-industry, that she had no male ing of the Eustachian Tube. When
friends, and that her nights had this tube is inflamed you have a
been spent in study. 'rumbling sound or imperfect hearing
jand when it is entirely closed, deaf-
COTTOX PLWT ness is the result, and unless the in-
Inanimation can be taken out and this
Cotton Plant, Oct. 7. We are hav-!tube restored to its normal condition,
ing some real cool nights and morn- hearing will be destroyed forever;

mgs and some pleasant sunsliinvu'uc ,-ai" "Ub Ui LC"

days, which allows the
save hay.

Rev. Bridges filled his regular ', faces faces-appointment
appointment faces-appointment at St. Johns last Sun-i We wiI1 Sive One Hundred Dollars
day. rendering an excellent sermon fcr an' case of deafness (caused by
to a very appreciative congregation, j catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Mr. and Mrs. I). M. Barco and MrJHalI's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu
C. R. Veal attended the quarterly lars free-
conference at Martel Monday after-i J. F. Cheney & Co.. Toledo, Ohio
noon. j Sold bv druggists. 75 cents.
Mrs. J. R. Moorhead and Mrs. R. i Take Hall's Family Pills for con con-B.
B. con-B. Blake spent last Wednesday out stipation. Ad
here the guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. I "
M. Barco. The former came in the! AX ICE CREAM SUPPER
interest of the tomato club work. j On Saturday night, September 27.
We are sorry to report Master there was an ice cream supper giv giv-George
George giv-George Parker on the sick list. We : en at the home Of Mr. and Mrs. W.
trust he will soon recover. R. Fore, in honor of Mrs. Fore's
Misses Alta and Fay Beck and j birthday, Sunday the 2S.
Master Beecher Beck of Berlin and j Those present were Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Ed Weathers attended preach-; W. R. Fore. Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Fore
ing services here Sunday. and baby. Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Mrs. Lloyd A. Tucker and little Owens, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Caruth Caruth-L.
L. Caruth-L. A., Jr.. of Brunswick. Ga.. attend-Urs and children Calvin and Chris Chris-ed
ed Chris-ed preaching here Sunday. Mrs. j tine, Mrs. Lou West, Mrs. Susan Mel Mel-Tucker
Tucker Mel-Tucker is visiting her grandparents, j ton, Mrs. Rhoda Polk, Misses Lena
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Long for a few jand Ruth Hyatt, Vida Westhal. Eth Eth-days.
days. Eth-days. el Owens. Addie Melton, Daisy Belle
Misses Ethel Smith and Effie Hoi-' Fore and little Misses Ida and Belle
land and Mr. Claude Holland of Mar-! Fore. Messrs. Eli Baxley, Pasquale
tel spent last Friday afternoon with i DeAntonio, J. L. Averitte, Moses
Miss Carrie Barco. j Melton, Frank, Tom and Lonnie Lee,
Mrs. W. R. O. Veal and Miss Ethel j Reubenr Hyatt and Louis Melton,
and Mr. George Smith of Martel at-J I enjoyed myself very much, and
tended services here Sunday. j hope the others did the same.
Mr. Frank Morris expects to leave One Who was Present.
for South Florida within the next j
week for a short business trip. A TEXAS WONDER


Oxford. Oct. S. The Ladies Aid backs, rheumatism, and all irregular irregular-Society
Society irregular-Society of Oxford spent a very pleas-1 ities of the kidneys and bladder in
ant day at the home, of Mrs. Ed both men and women. Regulates
Hicks on October 1. Besides their j bladder troubles in children. If not
regular meeting, they spent the day sold by your druggist, will be sent
in sewing and at the noon hour en-Jby mail on receipt of $1. One small
joyed a feast of good things to eat, 'bottle is two months' treatment, and

The Ladies Aid Society of Oxford! for testimonials from this and other
will hold a chicken supper at the j states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive St..
home of Mrs. Maddox. on October's:. Louis. Mo. Sold by druggists. Ad j
17. Everybody cordially invited. j
Can't Help Wondering.
OPEN ALL NIGHT Parisian fashion leaders of the gen-
! tier sex have taken up the fad of i
na -vTohfc n,ffl o tinting their complexions to match the

...wv l
place to take your meals. Open night.
and day. J. R. Dewey, proprie-!


coin Beachey lost control of a 100
horsepower aeroplane and it swept a
number of spectators off of a roof
from which they were watching the
exhibition. Ruth Hildreth fell upon
an automobile. Her skull was frac fractured.
tured. fractured. Among those sliehtlv hurt
' . t : t i i
vveit weuieuauis xviciiarason ana
I Bellinger, of the United States Avia
tion Corps, and Beachy.
Lincoln Beachy is well remember remembered
ed remembered in Ocala, where he made several
flights a couple of years ago.
I a itacaui u I U)C, l I. .ill u
'Averitt, of Dawson, Ga., is visiting
friends and relatives in our commu community
nity community again.
' Mrs. Pete Perry is quite ill.
! Mrs. W. R. Fore and Miss Daisy
Fore, were visiting Mrs. Lou West
at Oxford, Sunday.
Mr. Bob Warnock. of Oxford, was
n pleasant caller at Mrs. Matt. Car-
'uthers' Sunday. Wonder what the
attraction is there for Bob? Must be
the school teacher. Look out young
boys,, he will beat your time.
' Mr. Frank Lee and Mr. Joe Aver Aver-itte
itte Aver-itte have gone to Weirsdale to pack
oranges. Guess that must be the
reason -otne of the girls around here
are wearing such long faces these
; On his way to see the Long Ham Hammock
mock Hammock school teacher some few Sun Sun-(!ays
(!ays Sun-(!ays ago. Mr. Reuben Hyatt had the
misfortune to break his buggy. And
::ow Reuben's buggy is in Mr. John
Lee's blacksmith shop for repairs.
t Never mind. Reuben, try it again,
but don't let such misfortunes over overtake
take overtake you any more.-
m;.i XESS CAXXOT RE cured
by local applications, as they cannot
.reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deaf-
-i , , .

farmers to eaiariu, wmcn is noiuiug out an iu iu-iilamed
iilamed iu-iilamed condition of the mucous sur-

Texas Wonder
cures Kianey
and bladder trouble
issolves grav-
el, cures diabetes, weak
and lame
hues Qf the.r dre-g5es We just caa.t
help wondering how the lady with a
r,ia;H Hrj i n-:- tn mot-r th px5.
gency. Telegram.

Portrait of Rameses, :500O Years
Old, Carved in Granite, for the
University of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia. Pa-., Oct. S. A
sphinx carved from a solid block of
red granite and weighing twelve
tons, arrived from Suez today on the
tramp steamer Schildtrun for the
collection of the University of Penn Pennsylvania.
sylvania. Pennsylvania. The figure bears a like likeness
ness likeness of the head of Rameses III.,
and is the largest ancient Egyptian
monument brought to this country
except the Obelisk, Cleopatra's

Sunshine City Has Voted $227,000
for Improvements
St. Petersburg, Oct. 8. St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg voted overwhelmingly yes yesterday
terday yesterday for a $227,000 bond issue for
internal improvements, the greater
part of which will be used in com completing
pleting completing contracts now under wav.
Orange Springs, Oct. S. Mr. Mil Milton
ton Milton Boyer, of Sanford, is a guest
at Pilgrim Inn.
Miss Ceeile Bouge, of Burbank, at attended
tended attended the picnic here last Saturday.
Mrs. J. P. Kitts, of Hoboken, X.
.1.. has returned to Orange Springs
for a short visit, since the death of
her husband. She will leave shortly
for the north to be with her rela--
Mr. 1). W. Grifhng, the nursery nurseryman
man nurseryman of Jacksonville, is a business
visitor here in the interest of his

mi. j. c. .uasaej i.s a ousiness vis-1 vegetables ana vine growing; price
itor to Ocala today. i$10 per acre; three miles from Dun-
Mr. F. W. Sears was a business nellon. For information write J. G.
vi.-itor to Palatka Wednesday. j Raskin, Dunnellon, Fla. 9-30-lm
Mr. Tyson Parramore, of Eureka,'
after a brief viit to his father here, j FOR SALE Two choice corner
left last week for Atlanta, where he,l3ts east Oklawaha avenue. Big bar bar-v,
v, bar-v, ill studv pharmacv. igain. Apply at Star office. S 28-tf
The picnic given last Saturdav bv :
the Orange Springs Co-operative As- FOR RENT Six room cottage
sociation. was considered a success lwith bath" etc-' corner Watula and

and everybody seemed to enjoy the
day. i
Rev. M. M. Lord was a visitor
here Saturday. He stopped to at attend
tend attend the picnic and left for Ft. Mc McCoy
Coy McCoy to fill his appointment Sunday.
Mr. George Wilson, of West Con Concord,
cord, Concord, Minn., is a homeseeker who
arrived last week and is getting set-
rlpd on bi; farm I
T t ii a
Messrs. J. J. Hennessy and Geo.
A. Mauman of Palatka, were visitors
here and attended the farmers' in in-situte
situte in-situte Saturday. Mr. Mauman intro introduced
duced introduced the' speakers and made quite
an interesting talk himself. Mr.
Wiloughby, of the state agricultu agricultural
ral agricultural college made a timely address to
the farmers, relative to live stock.
Mr. J. D Rooney's address included j
so many subjects that you would

not have space in the Star for all. i LOST OR STOLEN A Banner bi bi-He
He bi-He kept the people smiling and gave'cycle was taken from in front of T.

good ideas about improving
Marion count' generally, but we
have been wondering if Mr- Rooney
thinks the Georgia crackers can ac-;
cept all the views he presented.
Mr. 3. P. Hollinrake, of Ocala,
was a visitor here last Saturday. j
Mrs. S. E. Sailors, of Palatka, was
a week end guest of Mrs. O. H.
Mr. C. L. Minderman. T. J. Kaiser
V il t i till tl in ; in 1 1 i-i c i v i. t i 1
Jacksonville this week.
Rev. P. W. Peck visited Palatka
the first of the week.
Messrs Randall Wells, O. H. Park Parker
er Parker and Walter Crowell returned
from Caraway last Thursday and at attended
tended attended the picnic Saturday.
Mr. Marion Carleton, o Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, is visiting his parents. Mr. and
Mr T? A Parlotnn
Mr. Eigle, of Crescent City, is the
guest of his daugnter, -Mrs. j. ii.
Liszt a Dry Smoker.
Liszt was a dry smoker of a pecu peculiar
liar peculiar type. Massenet, who knew him
well In his later years tells us that
Liszt could not play unlets he had a
cigar in his mouth, which he never
troubled to light. He would sit down
tn the nbnn -with a ricar Vipfwppn Ma
i .
. v-v
ume ue jjiii u. v lvii uie i ii naa
quite eaten up, the Abbe would rise
from the instrument exhausted.
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near center of town, about 100x100,

for cash. Box 265. 9-29-6t
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 A lot of shafting
hangers. Apply at Star office. 9-30tf
WANTED TO BUY Second hand
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Detroit, Mich. 9-22-lm
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ments improvements at a bargain. About $1500
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Being a True Account of Certain
Strange and Wonderful Adven- J
tures of Master John Hampdon.
Seaman, and .Mistress Lucy J
Wilberforce, Gentlewoman, In
the Great South Seas.


X CopyriflM. 1912. b Cyrus lowasowi Brady

i n 1 1 ii i i 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1

carved Into the rough vet not unreal
likenesses of human faces.
Why we had not discovered these
etalrs from seaward was because they
didn't come squarely down to the wa water's
ter's water's edge at right ancles to the w.ill.
but lay. as it were. pnnriel to n niche
within the wall so that thev were
somewhat sheltered from observation
from the sea.
We broke upon them suddenly, there therefore.
fore. therefore. Mistress Lucy clutched my arm.
-The plant stairway!" she cried in
"It is indeed." I said, "just as it was

! set forth in the parchment.

"And the great stone faces, she add
ed in a voice in which there was a
touch of awe.

"Let us go nearer and ascend the
stairs." I said, taking her hand and

leading the way. and she was so pre
occupied that she did not notice.

I observed as we approached the

stairs that the rock had been worn
smooth by the wind and weather, or

maybe by the passing of many feet

and were quite practicable ror ascent

The angle at which they rose was

The ascent was easy enougu ior me,

How We Landed on the Wondrous

LT1IOUGI1 our progress in the

r water laden boat was siow, n


didn't take us long to reach
the shore, which was there
nothing more than a strip of sand
perhaps a hundred yards across at the
widest part. It was as bare of auy
thing as the palm of my hand. 1
hauled the boat up ou it after we had
disembarked and hastened to dis discharge
charge discharge its precious cargo The inval
uable powi!ei and shot had been kept

in cans and Husks in air tight lockers
forward and aft and were undamaged.;
The rest of her lading had been in the
water ti short a time to be much
hurt. It was all water soaked, ot
course, but an hour's exposure in the
warm sun on the dry sand would make
it as good as new. Spreading all out
to dry I pulled the plug from the boat,
drained the water from her and haul
ed her up well op to the sand.
A hast j giant e assured me that the
cliff was of coral formation, jagged
and broken with many a crevice and
cranny. After we had made every everything
thing everything shipshape 1 suggested to Mis
tress Lui-v that we start at once ex exploring.
ploring. exploring. I proposed that we follow
th course of the sandy strip and see if
there was no: some break in the cliffs
whereby we could get to the top and
learn what was within the wall. And
so refreshing ourselves and taking with
us some provisions, for we might have
to go clear around the island, we pres
ently started out.
I felt very easy in my mind regarding

any present pern ironi tlie snip, tor i
knew that no boat she possessed could
run the reef as I had done, and even it
she had had another like the dinghy 1
was confident that there was no man
aboard her that had the strength and
skill, to say nothing of the courage, to
bring her through. If there were no
natives or wild leasts to be feared we
were at least safe for the time being.
"Think you. Master Hampdon." said
my little mistress, "this is the island of
which my ancestor wrote:"
"I am sure of it." I replied.

"lie referred to it. if 1 remember

right, as the -Island of the Stairs. did
he not:"
"Yes." was my answer. "You remem

ber he indicated a stairway about the

middle of the island."

"Surely, if we are to get to the top

of yonder wall it must be by stairs of
some sort."

"It would not be difficult to climb

It." 1 assented, "for a man. that is.
save for one thing."
"And what is that?"
"These pinnacles of rock are as shari

as needles. It would be like climbing

broken glass. The climber would be cut

to pieces before he had gone half way.'

"Then if we find no stairs we are in

a bad fix." she said thoughtfully, ex
amining the towering wall.

"There must be stairs." I answered

"There must be a way. The latitude

and loncitude agree with your ances

tor's' description and 1 make no doubt
v-? shall chance upon ilvMii."
oi vve tramped along, searching the
-core and sea and tind.n? nothing
After perhaps an hours monotonous
going, when we had traversed about
a third of I lie distance of the island.

we rounded a projection of the cliff
and there before us rose the stairs:
What we saw was a gigantic ftair ftair-way,
way, ftair-way, irregular, but made of huge
blocks of rough hewn stone, not coral
rock, but harder stone of firmer tex texture,
ture, texture, like granite almost. I was not
familiar with the stone either. There
was no symmetry about it. some of the
stones rose perhaps three feet and oth others
ers others not more than as many inches, but
stairs they certainly were and they
surely had been made by man. and the
stones were most carefully fitted, be being
ing being laid up without mortar, the sur surfaces
faces surfaces so close that 1 could scarce thrust
a knife blade between. The huge
blocks were of monstrous size. too.

much too great in bulk and weight to

be handled by any primitive mechani mechanical
cal mechanical means. I thought 1 never could

conceive how natives or primitive men
could have shaped them, moved them
and finally laid them up in the form

of stairs

Nor did the stairs alone awaken our
amazement and quicken our curiosity.
Thev ended in a circling belt of sand.

here a little wider than elsewhere. At

the bottom on either side, two gigan

tic statues or busts of stone had been

erected Their bases were buried in

the sand, and they rose to quite twice

mv height above and 1 am good six

feet and more tall. These stones were

but hard for her, and several times 1

made bold to lift her up the higher
steps, which she suffered without com complaining.
plaining. complaining. She told me long afterward
that my manner toward her then and
thereafter had been perfect.
When we at last reached the top
before us lay a broad pathway rudely
paved with the same hard stone. This
road led straight into the interior of
the island of which we could see us
yet nothing, because the wall here
abouts was covered with dense, lux luxurious
urious luxurious vegetation. Progress was diffi difficult
cult difficult even in the pathway. It would
have been impossible in some places
but for my heavy cutlass with which

I cut a path where the place had be- j

come overgrown by trees and bushes
which had forced their way through
the cracks, overturning and breaking
the heavy flagstones and blocking up
the path, which it was evident had
not been traversed for generations,
perhaps not since the old buccaneer
himself had walked along it beneath
the spreading trees.
For perhaps a mile we pursued our
journey across the top of the wall,
winding' in and out among the trees
through the jungle, the path evidently

seeding ine mo.-i ieei uirmiu. i
t. ..f tiu t-;i!1 w:is verv much!

broken and irregular.
At last we came to an open spot on
the inner edge overlooking the whole
island, and before us lay such a pic picture
ture picture as few eyes, at least of our race,
had ever looked upon. The wall ended
abruptly and fell on the inner or land
ward side as precipitously as it rose
outwardly and to seaward. Before us
lay a most entrancing valley, perhaps
three or four miles across and maybe
half as long again in the other direc direction
tion direction and which was walled about on
everv hand. It was sunk beneath this

wall crest for perhaps KM feet or more.

In the center of the valley the land

rose a little nigner man me imuuu

wall in a very considerable hill, tree

crowned on the slopes, but largely bare
on the crest. Through the valley ran

a brook, which ended in a little lake.

which I suspected had some subter

ranean connection with the ocean. As

far as we could see and the whole
. . . ..i

circuit or the lsianu was now t.-ieuo

visible to us the inclosing wall was
unbroken. The valley was filled with

clusters of trees and alternating
stretches of grassy meadow.
We should have been hard put to it
to descend the wall to the valley were
it not for the fact that the same peo people
ple people who built the stairs that gave ac access
cess access to the wall from the sea had built
a similar flight which led to the valley.
Before we essayed the descent of the
stairs we drank our till of the beauty

and mysterious charm of it all. In Indeed,
deed, Indeed, there was no sound that came to
us except the twittering of the birds,
of which there were many, brilliantly
plumaged. flittering in the trees. All
else was still, lonely, deserted, oppres oppressively
sively oppressively so in fact.
"What think you of this?" My lady
broke the silence. "Is it not like the
crater of a volcano?"
"No." said 1: "these are coral rocks,
and there is no sign of lava about

them, yet it has somewhat of the ap-

pearanco. espec.iuy mat naiieneu un unlock
lock unlock in the center."
1 have since talked with many men
and studied the writings of the most
learned geologists. They have fan fancied
cied fancied that jterhaps the rocky projection
in the middle of the valley, where we

saw the great altar of sacrifice witn its

attendant idols later on. was the orig

inal island, which was once surround surrounded
ed surrounded by a coral reef, which was now be become
come become a wall, and that some great up

heaval had lifted the whole up out of

the water in ages gone by ana mat

the barrier reef over which we had

passed was the second attempt of the

busy little insects to surround the is
land again.

"What is to be done now?" asked my
little mistress.
"I hardly know." I answered. "What
is exercising me most now is. first of
all. what is going on in that same mu mutinous
tinous mutinous shii. and. next, how we shall

finally get away from here."
-You are impatient." returned my
lady, smiling
impatient for you. madam." I ii.'er ii.'er-rupted.
rupted. ii.'er-rupted. checking myself from
self revealing speech just in time
"One thing at a time." she contim' I
"B the favor of (itnl. we have es c; 1
from the murderers and mutinef-s
We shall net starve ujou this island,
and I have no doubt that sooner or
later you will devise some means of
our escape

i I'liiin iiv tms Time. i

uur taiK or tne snip recaueu me to my myself.
self. myself. "I think." said I. "that we had bet better
ter better postpone the exploration of the is island
land island until another day and go back
to our landing place. If 1 know the
men on that ship they will guess that
we have escaped to this island and
they will bring her round to this side,
where we may have them under view
and they us."
"Think you that they can come at
us?" she asked, in sudden alarm.
"1 think not." I answered confident confidently,
ly, confidently, "but still to make sure 1 should
like to have them under observation."

Well, to make a long story short, we

retraced our steps over the broken

path until we reached the stairs on
the other side. The descent of them
was much easier than the ascent, and
by 2 of the clock we stepped on the
sand again. There before us in the
offing was the ship. We saw them
quite plainly, and 1 doubt not they
caught sight of us Immediately also.
They were scarcely a quarter of a
mile away from the reef, perilously
near. I thought, and we could mark

them crowding the rail and staring
landward. We could see them bran

dishing their weapons and we could j
Imairine the veils which must have!


arisen from the decks when they
caught sight of us.
The ruffians aboard the ship did not;
content themselves with simply star- i
ing at us. for presently they assem-i
bled on the port quarter the ship was
under all plain sail on the starboard
tack at the time, the wind having fall-,
en to a gentle breeze during the day--,
and clambered into the cutter, swing
ing at the davits. As she was lowered



us fly! They are coming to taKe i
us!" j


Sirius I the Brightest of All, and Ca Ca-nopus
nopus Ca-nopus Comes Next.
The results of that instrument of
prec ision, the meridian photometer, are
that Sirius is seven-tenths of a m.igni m.igni-tude
tude m.igni-tude brighter than Canopus. which
easily teaches that Sirius i brighter
than any other star.
Canopus. next in brilliancy, is visible
from all that portion of the world
south of north latitude 37 degrees,
since its declination is south r3 degrees
and ."3 is the complement of 37.
It therefore never rises above the

south horizon of any point 37 degrees
north. The latitude of this observa observatory
tory observatory is 34 degrees 17 minutes; hence
Canopus rises very nearly 3 degrees
al ove the watery wastes in the Pacific
sea. Its low altitude makes it much
fainter than higher Sirius. as the light
must traverse layers of dust and wa-

ier vaiMir near the earth's surface.!

Still it is magnificent, especially when
standing over a calm ot-ean surface.
Canopus has no parallax that the
highest power telemicrometers that
can be made are able to measure. This
Is one of the most overwhelming facts
within the entire range of human ex experience.
perience. experience. This means that if one goes
to Canopus with the most powerful

telescope ever made, turns and looks j

back this way. the base line, the entire
diameter of the orbit of the earth
lSVTOl.ouo miles dwindles to a minute
point too small to le measured by any

microscope. Soine iaea may ue uaui
of the immensity of the universe by j
thinking of this fact during each spare'
minute.. Better to so think than to J
aste the precious moments. Edgar
Lucien Larkin in New York American.

In your hand you hold a
five-cent piece.
Right at the grocer's hand
is a moisture-proof pack package
age package of Uneeda Biscuit. He
hands you the package
you hand him the coin.
A trifling transaction?
No! A remarkable one for you
have sven z smallest sum that
will buy a pkgr of. ?oo xoo;
and the grocer has cold you de
most ntitriticur, jood made frr-m
flcur ;lean and jrisp and
delicious as it as whin it one
from the ov:n.

Starting on Road to Success.

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serving observing what is going on around you
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perior. It is observing the small as i
well as the great things in business j
that counts. Attention, an intelligent 1
imagination as well as observation, I
and you are on the high road to sue- j

i cess.

Action in the Tissues of a Remarkable Antidofo

Camel Travels S'O Miles a Day.
A camei with an average load will
:ravel 27 miles a day, and when unin unin-rambercd
rambercd unin-rambercd it will icach 0 milea a day

uomilx who c;i:t dizzy

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into the water, fully manned. Mistress
Lucy drew closer to my side, seizing
my arm with both hands.
Let us tly: They are coming to
take us!" she cried in jneat alarm.
"But they are ou a vain errand." 1
reassured her.
"But why? How can you know
that": Oil- Master Hampdon. let us
hasten away."'
"We have a protector." 1 answered
confidently enough.
";id7" asked she.

His handiwork. 1 replied as 1 in

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- Take All the Cream.
Educated folk keep to one another's

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people much like milk skimmed of its


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over which the waves were breaking.
"But we passed it'"
"Yes. iu a liht dinghy, and you re remember
member remember the difficulty and danger.
They will never surmount it in the
heavy cutter. They will not attempt it.
trust me."
"But if there should be an opening?"
"I don't believe there is one." was
my reassuring reply. "1 have no fear
that they can get at us."
"And we can't get to them." she

answered more composedly.
"1 have no wish so to do." I
"You don't understand me." she per persisted.
sisted. persisted. "What keeps them out keeps
us in."
"Yes." 1 admitted, "that is true, but
for the present 1 don't mind being kept
in so long as they are kept out."
She looked at me quickly and con confessed
fessed confessed afterward that my words begot
some quick suspicion which she ad

niitted was unworthy of her and un
warranted by iny act of mine, but I
looked so placid that it soon passed
from her mind. As a matter of fact
I had not appreciated the sinniticance
of my words. 1 should have been per
feetly willing. I should be still, to pass
the rest of my life alone on that island
or anywhere else with my littlf mis mistress
tress mistress only. I was happy then. I had
got her to myself: she must lok to me
for everything. The haughty little
queen of the quarterdeck was now the

humble dependent by my side.

cold or cough. Prompt use win
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. : i.iv !i.' S'U; :.V .if;c-;
;-:isk cii.n ia.e Mr. !.i 1
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made sure of it by looking at the sun
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ail our sojourn on the island, which
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at:,i the t!-e
We w.-lT
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Silier.a." I:
that we had
came a mi


riage cluiiu the firemen. ti wlin
sacks with l.ras- helmets jnaime.
down over their eats, who earned ii
one hand how the symlnilism wouhr
have stirred the heart of Maeterlinck
-Hauling torches. Behind the in!
and ladder was the hosecart. and then
came a hand engine f the tyie our
grandfathers used to drag to tires.
After that, for two blocks, trailed a
queue of water filled hogsheads on
wheels. The cavalcade passed us in a

cloud of dust, accompanied by the yells i

or tne torcii oeauu uicmcu. -'
the supply of water ran out the carts

dashed down to the river and were re re-j
j re-j plenished.
This crude high pressure service gave
I rise once to a rather humorous inci
dent that the Irkutskians tell with

great glee. During' a hre several years
ago a strinir of water wagons went
down to the river, were filled and came
rumbling back. When they reached
the fire the water was gone. The en enthusiastic
thusiastic enthusiastic captain of hogsheads had
neglected to put back the plugs in the
,i i... i 1,5 cnniilr for

r a l DUmn oarreis aim uau ''itv

my OWn iarin. Al lldluc- ( seTeral blcnks alon? the main strett.


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The wood season will soon bo
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