The Ocala evening star

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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Porter & Harding
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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.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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VOL. 20.
NO. 118




Enough Ilar Friction Now Without
Adding to It !iy Importing
Washington, Oct. '.). Representa Representative
tive Representative Frank Clark is receding con congratulations
gratulations congratulations on his firm stand on
Japanese colonization. .Mr. Clark's
statement in full follows:
'"I am amazed at the complacency
with which the Florida newspapers
teem to regard the proposition to
colonize a lot of Japanese within
that state. Hut recently, as everybody
knows, international complications
existed in the state of California pro prohibiting
hibiting prohibiting the ownership of property
by Japanese and other Oriental peo people.
ple. people. We have one race question in
Florida already which has been and
must be in the future a source of un untold
told untold trouble to our people, and it is
not at all desirable that our affairs
be com plicated by the interjection of
another race question in our econo economic
mic economic affairs.
Florida must always be the white
man's country, and we cannot pre preserve
serve preserve our civilization if we propose
to allow Japanese, Chinese or other
races with whom the Caucasians
cannot assimilate to become land
owners and citizens in our midst. I
feel outraged at the proposition to
colonize these Japanese, and, if no
other man does, I intend to institute
a propaganda looking to the enact enactment
ment enactment of a law by the next legislature
of Florida that will forever prohibit
these Japanese or other races which
cannot assimilate with the white
race from owning lands within the
boundaries of our commonwealth.
When the people of Florida become
fully advised in th-is matter and
know the dangers with which the
are threatened., I am quite sure there
can be but one result. The integrity
of the white race mast be presered
in this western hemisphere, and we
of the South cannot permit an? in inroads
roads inroads to be made upon it. I do not
hesitate to denounce any attempt to
bring these people among us as an
outrage and as a direct attack upon
our civilization and the integrity of
our race."
What Hicliarilstui Saw in tin North Northwest
west Northwest Jacksonville, Oct. '.). The Metrop Metropolis
olis Metropolis or" yesterday said:
Whether or not Florida needs colo colonics
nics colonics of Japanese is beginning to be
discussed oer the state and in the
city, and the consensu? of opinion
from those seen this morning is that
Florida does not need them.
H. 11. Richardson, former secre secretary
tary secretary of the Jacksonville Board of
Trade, and now state manager of the
Southern Settlement and Develop Development
ment Development Organization, who has just re returned
turned returned from a lengthy Canadian trip,
"As far as 1 have traveled along
the boundary between the United
States and Canada. I found no forti fortifications.
fications. fortifications. When I came to Van Vancouver,
couver, Vancouver, 1 found bristling guns and
activities in strengthening the forts.
I asked the reason. The reply was.
'We are fortifying against the Japs.'
The reply was further. 'Along the
international boundary we have no
need for ought else than signs to
tell where one country begins and
the other ends. On the Pacific coast
we have forts to protect us from
possible Asiatic attack.'
,Mr. Richardson stated that the
need for Japanese is not felt in Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. "What this state wants and is
going to get," he said, "is immi immigrants
grants immigrants of a nationality and class that
will assimilate with our people, who
will become part of us. and assist in

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


the general upbuilding of the whole.
The Japanese do not do this."
H. H. Lewis, collector of internal
revenue, an 1 a well-known Floridian
;from sail: Frank Clark
and I are not eating oat of the same
political trough, hut i am with him
'in this Japanese colonization busi business.
ness. business. We just do net need them in
(this section, nor for that matter in
(the country at all.
j if. If.
"l remember a talk I had with
Clark once, and he told me that in
almost every college in every state
there is at least one Jap student.
Now. to my mind, it is not solely
I for education they are there, for if
that were so they would go to the
big colleges of the country. They are
after facts regarding us and our
habits and strength."
' Jutlgt Cooper Grigjjs
i Judge Cooper Griggs, of Apa Apa-lachicola.
lachicola. Apa-lachicola. collector of customs for
the state of Florida, said: "If the
government's action and ruling in
California can Vie taken to mean
what it says, there is no consistency
in allowing the Japanese to hay
lands in one state after they are pro prohibited
hibited prohibited in California. It does not
seem consistent to me that they
-hul l be all owe I to hold property
on the Atlantic coast when they
cannot on the Pacific.
"I believe in a high-class of Cau Caucasia!)
casia!) Caucasia!) immigrants and settlers, men
, and women who join with us in the
development of the country at large.
The Japs come into competition with
our labor at a price we cannot meet,
'and labor, like our industries, nyust
, be protected."
Interesting He mark by the Great
Inventor on Coining; Im Improvements
provements Improvements
Thomas A. Edison, who is at the
Copley Plaza, was asked what in his
opinion would be the next improve improvement
ment improvement in autoniobiling. He replied:
"Cement roads. 1 believe that in ten
years cement roads will band the
country from one end to the other to
the exclusion cf all other kinds."
Mr. Edison does not believe there
is need of a substitute for rubber for
tires. He said: "'Rubber trees are
being planted in the tropical coun countries.
tries. countries. A vast amount of capital is
going into rubber tree forms. Even Eventually
tually Eventually there will be a great influx of
rubber harvested from them. I am
told by manufacturers of automo automobiles
biles automobiles that rubber should be cheaper
today than a year ago. They expect
rubber to go down."
Asked what improvements could
be expected in newspaper making in
the next decade he replied: Some Something
thing Something to save paper. If non-carbonized
inks were used inks that
would bleach papers could he run
through the presses again and again
by the aid of an invention or two and
be used several times. Its bound to
come to a proposition of this kind.
Inks that will bleach will be used."
New York Times.
Tulula Lodge No. 22. Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every
Tuesday evening at S o'clock in
Vonge's Hall, Fort King avenue. Vis Visitors
itors Visitors in the city invited to he with as.
G. L. Taylor. N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary. Adv.
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

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Constitutionalists are Gaining Terri Territory
tory Territory in States of Chihuahua
and Coahila
Laredo, Texas, Oct. !. General
Alvarez and his staff of the federal
army together with 12.1 federal sol soldiers,
diers, soldiers, were executed yesterday in
Torreon under orders of Gen. Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco Villa of the constitutionalist
forces. according to information
from reliable sources brought here
With the city of Torreon the reb rebels
els rebels captured practically all of the
arms and artillery o; the federals.
The battle lasted four days with
heavy losses on both si des.
Reports as to the status of the
revolutionary movement were con conflicting.
flicting. conflicting. Some dispatches in 1 it-ate
rhat the rebel army is badly scatter scattered
ed scattered and broken in spirit while others
:ire that the different bands are still
intact and are marching toward a
common point to renew the cam campaign.
paign. campaign. Monclova and Cuatro Cien Cien-egas.
egas. Cien-egas. in the central parr of the state
of Coahuila still are un ler rebel
rules, it is understood, while private
advices received at Laredo, report
that the important city of Torreon.
in the southern part of the state, has
been taken by the constitutionalists.
No reports are given as to the where whereabouts
abouts whereabouts of the rebel leaders.
Florida Football Team Defeated
Southern College by 1 14 to O
Gainesville. Oct. By swamping
-Southern College to the tune or 144
to it. the football team of the Uni University
versity University of Florida took away from
Stetson the honor of running the
highest score in any intercollegiate
football game in Florida, and inci incidentally
dentally incidentally broke the record for the
South. Faster, harder hitting and
far heavier than the team from
Sutherland, the 'Gators mad? a reg regular
ular regular farce of the game, scoring
twenty-two touchdowns, and running
all over the field. From the start it
was evident that the team that is to
represent the university this season
was in a high state of development
at this time of the year. The inter interference
ference interference was perfect. six forward
passes were successfully worked,
:'o..3r of which resulted in long runs
for touch downs. And the defense
was a stone wall. Southern failing
to make a single first down in the
parcel post .may
iiayi: ijeen responsible
When the parcel post was estab established
lished established it caused a decline in certain
express company stocks, and because
of that fact Col. James E. Tate, of
Baltimore, a native of Georgia and
member of a prominent family, took
his own life in a hotel in New York a
few days ago. Formerly he was
wealthy, but most of his holdings
were of the stock of an express com company.
pany. company. The parcel post swept his
his wealth away. No doubt other
men and women, too. lost heavily for
the same reason that he did. Bat
so far as is known, tragedy has crept
into but few families on that ac account.
count. account. Col. Tate was a first cousin
of the late Rear Admiral Schley and
well connected in this state. Sa Savannah
vannah Savannah News.
Washington. Oct. S. Senator
Fletcher has introduced a bill ap ap-ropriating
ropriating ap-ropriating $10,uOA to enable the

of mail order houses.

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coast an J geodic survey and the bu-
reau of fisheries to ascertain and
! survey the natural oyster beds along
jthe coast of Florida.
Information secure! will there
after be published for general infor information
mation information and prove beneficial from an
advertising point of view.
Belleview. Oct. S. Mr. Rexford
H. Nichols, chief clerk in one of the
prominent grocery stores in Ocala.
spent Sunday in Belleview, visiting
with his parents.
.Mr. Bruce Fanning, formerly of
Belleview, spent last Sunday in our
Mr. J. F. Rickerscn. of Summer Summer-held,
held, Summer-held, was a visitor to our town last
Mr. P. Dell Moody, the irrepressi irrepressible,
ble, irrepressible, spent several hours in our midst
last Tuesday.
Mr. W. A. Owens, manager of the
Brown Bros., mill, west of town, en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed a visit from Mrs. Owens for
scvt-iai ua lilt? fail pail Ot lillSI
Mr. Albert Carter, of Picnic, Fla.,
and formerly with the Mayo Turpen-j
tine Co.. was a isitor to this town1
last Sunday. ;
We don't like to chronicle this
item, as things are haonenine on
the wrong side of the fence. Last,
Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Lind-i
sey. with their four children, and all
their belongings, took train for Okla-I
home. Mr. Lindsey has been one of;
our most industrious farmers and"
the people here regret to see themj
leave. With this exodus Belleview'sj
population is decreased by twenty-!
five during the past few weeks, los-i
ing thereby some of our most sub-i
stantial and industrious citizens.
Good heavens! Jim Shedd hasj
again swapped horses. To see that
self-satisfied, complacent smile that'
Jim is wearing refers us to his oft i
repeated statement : "Don't be sor-j
ry for me sympathize with thej
other fellow." It's about time foi j
the gypsies to come along anlj
The sewing circle girls of thej
Methodist Sunday school will give
a:i ice cream social at the town hall!
Friday een:ng. Oct. 1. i
Ail the members of the Belleview
social club are looking forward to
;hi?ir next monthly uance, which will i
take place Friday evening Oct. IT. i
Mr. Jim Pyles, who takes orders
for Jake Brown's wholesale grocery!
house, was limping around town last j
Tuesday, as a result of a little mix-j
up he had with his little ""Tinner's j
delight" gas wagon, while out on thej
Dunnellon road a couple of weeks j
ago. The little old thing tried toj
act like a real automobile, and re-.
minded Jim of one of those little
prairie ponies- it stuck its nose into
the around, kicked its heels in the
air and frantically tried to unseat j
Jim. Failing in that, it turned som-i
er.-ault Jim crept under the stear-j
ingpest for protection, and when the'
thing finally subsided, he crawled;
from underneath, and seeing his'
companion in misery standing by the!
roc. '.side, they both did what one ofj
the candidates for governor did sev-j
eral years ago. They "jes" laffed.";
Now the question arises: If that!
ha I been a real automobile, where j
would Jim Pyles be now? Jake did
not laugh he paid the bill. j
Ocala Loage No. 13. Conventions!
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at i
Castle Hall, over the Jan?s Carlisle;
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis-
iting brothers. D. W. Tompkins. C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. R. S.
Florida Seed Rye. per bushel $3.
Florida SO Day Oats, per bu. $1.
S. C. Rust Proof Oats, bushel $1.

Get a reliable Revolver, Rifle or Shot Gun from this
store. W e have the largest and best line in this portion

President Wilson Desires to Restore
American Navy to Secoml
Washington. Oct. S. The Wilson
idministraticn plans to build three
iew battleships and a proportionate
number of submarines and torpedo,
boat destroyers. It is learned that
Secretary Daniels would advocate
that the greater portion of an ap ap-'ropriation
'ropriation ap-'ropriation of one hundred and :
orty-eight millions be used to build
three powerful warships, one more
han the usual annual quota.
This policy will be urged before
the December session of Congress.!
With the addition of three first class :
battleships, naval officers hope the
'nited States will resume her place
next to Great Britain in fighting
sttength. The Fnited States is now
third and Germany second.
President Wilson has not made
public a declaration of this policy.
but he is known to favor an "ade "adequate
quate "adequate navy." ;
Weirsdale. Oct. S. Rev. E. C. Al Al-hertson
hertson Al-hertson was in Ocala between trains
Mr. Nathan Mayo, of Summerfield
was motoring in these parts Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. Victor Alsop, son of our towns townsman,
man, townsman, Wm. Alsop, came in Thursday
from Jacksonville, for a few days
-ay with home folks.
Geo. Bissent and family, who re recently
cently recently moved here from near Lady
Lake. are occupying a house at Stan Stanton
ton Stanton which belongs to Frank Lytle. j
Groe spraying and fruit packing
makes busy days for our men. j
.las. Fife and family moved into'
their new home near town, from the
Cameron place, last Friday, and Sat-:
urday. j
C. M. Wilson had business in the,
Cl ick City between trains last Mon- j
day. j
Our merchant. J. M. Douglas, left j
Monday for a deserved visit of sev-j
eral days with relatives and friends j
in the northern and central part ofj
the count v. I
Mr. and Mrs. Sanburn and daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, of Boston, came Thursday for an
extended stay with us.. They are
pleasantly lodged with Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Carev. Air. Sanburn will bp re
membered as a fruit buyer, who has I
been here each packing time for sev several
eral several years.
The Cameron v,' who live I
east of town and who have spent the
summer in Canada, returnei home
on the late train Saturday. They
are all well and are truly glad to be
in the summer land again.
Mr. and Mrs. Bickley and Mr. E.
Schnitzler autoel to our county
town Tuesday.
C. M. Wilson and A. A. Bartlett
have bought and are installing a new new-water
water new-water supply outfit. It is needless
to say that beautiful Lake Weir will
furnish these homes with its cool cooling
ing cooling liquid.
The Church
The Sabbath services at the Pres Presbyterian
byterian Presbyterian church were well attended.
Arrangements have been made to
hold communion, baptismal and re reception
ception reception services the third Sabbath
morning. That evening the pastor
will deliver a temperance sermon.
Thursday of this week our Chris-
tian Endeavor will have an informal
social at the church.
The building of a manse is being
much talked of recently.
Friday evening. October IT. the
Ladies Aid Society will hold a social




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at the church and serve a big chick chicken
en chicken supper.
The C. E. Society is planning for
the purchase of new pews for the
church auditorium.

Eureka, Oct. S. Those who at attended
tended attended the speaking at Orange
Springs last Saturday, were Misses
Olda Hinson, Annie McDonald, and
Messrs. John and Homer Lanair,
Drexel Harp. John and Willie Mc Mc-Quaig.
Quaig. Mc-Quaig. All report a most enjoyable
Mrs. Bob Parramore is here on a
visit to her son. Mr. Redding Dick Dickson.
son. Dickson. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Harp were at
Fort McCoy Saturday evening at attending
tending attending lodge meeting.
Mr. W. E. Hill, of Ocala, was in
our burg last evening. We were all
glad to see him.
Mr. Wade Hastings passed thru
here Sunday morning on his way to
his home near Lake Kerr.
Mr. Raleigh Priest and sister.
Miss Mozell, were guests at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Harp Sunday. They
also attended Sunday school.
Mr. Mike Cassels and sister. Miss
Cthelio. of Burbank, came down to
attend Sunday school last Sunday
Messrs. F. M. Harp and I. M. Hin Hinson
son Hinson went over to Salt Springs on a
fishing trip Monday, returning Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday morning. They had a fine catch.
Our Sunday school contest came
to a close at the end of the quarter,
September 2S, the Eureka Sunday
school coming out victor. No report
has yet been received from Ft Mc McCoy
Coy McCoy Sunday school, but by talking
with one of their members we have
learned that our points have exceed exceeded
ed exceeded theirs something over 200. We
very much hope for a final report,
but have not heard from them. We
trust that they do not feel bad over
the matter, because Eureka is a ri- -val
to any place when it comes to
hustling. We might be in a seclud secluded
ed secluded spot on the Oklawaha, as some
may think, but we are not asleep by
any means and most assuredly wide
awake to our eternal interests we
hope. There were prizes given at
the end of the quarter to those who
made 100 per cent in attendance and
also for those who presented the.
mo.-:t neatly kept books during the--quarter.
Thos winning the prizes-,
for regular attendance were Mrs. If.
Rainer, Miss Oldia Hinson, Thelma
Lanair. Messrs. John and Homer La Lanair.
nair. Lanair. Charles and Drexel Harp, I. M.
Hinson and Tyson Parramore. Those
receiving prizes for the most neatly
kent books were Mrs. Mary Teuton.
Mrs. H. Rainer, Miss Oldia Hinson
and Homer Lanair.
South Lake Weir, Oct. S. Mr.
and Mrs. William H. Sanborn and
ch?rrt!ing daughter. Miss Clara San Sanborn,
born, Sanborn, all of Summerville, Mass., are
the guests at the home of Mr. Wm.
Carey They expect to remain with
ts ftr the winter season.
The many friends of Miss Gates
are glad to welcome her home again.
Mr. J. E. Adams made a trip to
Ocala Monday, returning the same
The road between here and Weirs Weirsdale
dale Weirsdale is being repaired a little. We
will be glad to see the road extended
on to Summerfield, as it is much
needed, as the travel between here
and that place is very heavy.
We understand that Miss Minnie
Albertson has declined to go to Can Candler
dler Candler to reach school there.
Mr. E. B. Sherman spent the day
Sundav with Mr. C. S. Gates.
The Merchant's Cafe is a first class
place to take your meals. Open night
and day. J. R. Dewey, proprie proprietor.
tor. proprietor. 2-28-tf









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Mrs. Daniel Pickron and Miss Bet Bet-tie
tie Bet-tie Clemment leftyhia morning for
their homes in Peham, Ga.. after a
few days' visit wth Mrs. D. E. Mc Mc-Iver
Iver Mc-Iver and Miss Uettie Wray Mclver.
en route home f from Lake Weir,
where they have been guests of Mrs.
J. G. Spurlin. Mrs. Pickron is an
aunt of Miss Mclver and this was her
first visit to Ocala in many years.
Miss Hess Donaldson was a pas passenger
senger passenger on the afternoon limited re returning
turning returning to her home at Clio. S. C
after aileasant stay of two months
with -Mrs. Howard Walters.

Mrs. H. C. Dozier and Mater liar-j
ry Dozier lea Sunday night for New j
York to jo!npr. Loz'er, who preeed-I
ed them by everai weeks to attend j

lectures. Miss Pbrnelia Dozier is j

visiting herrandi'ather, Mr. John

Dozier and aunt. Mrs. Forbes, during
the ab.-ence of her parents.
Mrs. E. K. Nelson and Miss Ruth
Nelson have concluded their visit in
Marxian I and are with Mr. Robert
Nelson at Washington and Lee. Lex Lexington.
ington. Lexington. Ya. A few days ago they
visited the Natural Bridge and many
other points of interest, in that pic

turesque country have been the des-,
tination of their, wanderings. Mrs. j
Nelson and Miss Nelson will pass j
through Ocala on the Seaboard lim-j

ited Saturday en route to their home
in Tampa.
Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Bullock are
expected home tonight from a brief
visit to Per? in v. hidi Mr. Bul
lock mingled pleaMin; wiMi bu.-im-ss.

Miss .lea:. Teague, vuio bus a-k ;
the lovely summer guest oi' Mrs. M. i

U. MeCurdy in Salisbury, .v
shortly return to her home at Lady

did paper on this work and MLss
Hill, who is the director of the Hyde
Park kindergarten, also read a tine
paper on the kindergarten and its
i .,
j uses.

Ocalan in New York City

At this season of the year New
York is the Mecca of many travelers
and a larger number than usual of
Ocalans have arranged to be there
this week, the special attraction be being
ing being the championship ball games
plaved there and in Philadelphia.

jThe number includes Mr. and Mrs.
I W. K. Zewadski, Mr. and Mrs. C. H.
iLlovd. Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Dozier.

Mrs. Mamie Howse-Stovall and son.
Mr. Wallace Stovall of Tampa.
Messrs. I). S. Williams, dr., Frank
Harris, Jr., Whitfield Palmer, Dr. K.
G. Lindner. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Mil Miller,
ler, Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Watterson Tucker
aiyl Mr. Otto Schwartz.

Mrs. Jessie Haycraft took a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant party in her big auto out over

the Blitchtoii road Wednesday aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. In the car with hr were
Mrs. B. H. Seymour, who has charge
or' the Ocala preparations for dinner i
for the roadworkers on Blitchton
day. Mrs. F. W. Diuo. Mrs. L. W. j
Ponder. Mr. Seymour and Mr. Roon Roon-ey
ey Roon-ey
It was a pleasure as well as a bus business
iness business trip, for Mrs. Haycraft, whose
home wa for a time in the Fellow Fellowship
ship Fellowship section, knows every foot of the

road, and its a treat to ride in her
handsome car. The party arrived in
due time at the home of Mrs. S. H.
Blitch, who received them with her
accustomed hospitality and entered
at once into discussion of plans for
feeding the workers on Blitchton

Mrs. Blitch assumed responsibility
for the organization of the work on
her end of the road, and other la ladies
dies ladies began putting their plans in
shape. They will have active and ef efficient
ficient efficient help and plenty of material,
and those who toil on Blitchton day
may be sure of receiving more than
sufficient sustenance.





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Death of a Prominent Musician
The following item, taken from
the Times-l'nion. ill bring sorrow
to many ihroughout the state, as
Miss Keep was widely known, hav having
ing having possessed a most wonderful
voice. Slo was an intimate friend of
Mrs. S. A. Elis. of this city:
Miss Florence Keep died last night
at '.' o'clock at the residence of her
niece. Miss Belle Keep. 1-1 SchoMeld
street, after an illness of several
Miss Keep, a native of St. Louis.
Mo.. h;is been a re-idt 11! of this
city for a number of years, during
which time she was engage! in the

i vocal culture.


I 436

I Woman's Seasonable Shoes
H In Patent, Vici and Tans, in all sizes, j
1 $2.50, $3.00, $3.50 Values, J

M. Howard are
of their attract-

Mr. and Mrs. E
having tie? interior

ive home on Daugherty street done
over ami the exterior will be re repainted,
painted, repainted, making it one of the pret prettiest
tiest prettiest homes in Ocala.
ir Mrs. W. L. Godwin of

Fairfield passed through the city yes yesterday
terday yesterday en route home from a visit
with relatives at High Springs. They
were accompanied by their niece, lit little
tle little Miss Yera Summers, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Summers, who
will spend some time at Fairfield.
. Gainesville Sun.
Encouraging news continues to
come from the bedside of Mrs. C. J.
Phillips ill Jacksonville, which is
most gratifying to the many friends
of Mr. and Mrs. Phillips.
Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Coleman left
today for Tampa, where Mrs. Cole Coleman
man Coleman will enter the Gordon-Keller

hospital to undergo an operation.
Miss Bess Donaldson, who intend intended
ed intended returning to her home in South
Carolina today, has deferred her
trip for several days.
The following reference to Miss
Hallie Ley, appearing in the Tampa
Times will interest her home friends:
"The Self Culture Club of Hyde
Park met with the Tampa Heights
eiub yesterday afternoon in joint

session, at the Hyde Park school.
There was a large attendance and a
very interesting afternoon was pass passed
ed passed for all. The subject was kinder kindergarten
garten kindergarten work. Miss Ley, of the Eng English
lish English Classical School, read a splen-


gj vi n of e s o n .-

. overing a period of twenty-live
When '.iiiie voir, u; Miss Keep stud studio
io studio i music i:i Genoa. Milan ami Bar Barcelona,
celona, Barcelona, one of her teachers being the
famous Garcia. During her resi residence
dence residence in Jacksonville Mi-s Keep ha:-;
on many occasions delighted audi

ences with Iter rmh oice. and lias
trained a very large number of

young people.
Miss Keep was the sister of the
late Mrs. J. C. Greeley, and of W.
W. Keep, editor of the Quincy Her Herald.
ald. Herald. Of surviving relatives there are
Oscar Keep. Miss Belle Keep. Allen
Greeley. Mrs. Florence DeVeaux and
Mellen C. Greeley.
The funeral services will take
place at the residence of Miss Belle
Keep at 4 o'clock this afternoon,
and the interment will be in Eever Eever-green
green Eever-green cemetery.

Next Sunday the Methodist church
and Sunday school will observe Rally
Day. At '.:;'. the Sunday school
Bally Day program, consisting of spe special
cial special songs and recitation features,
will be presented. At 11 a. m. the
pastor's sermon will bp in the intev intev-s:
s: intev-s: of general rally work for the fall
and winter campaign. At night his
subject will be. 'Christ's Measure of
a Man.'' Msic for the day will all
be i cial and attra-tive. Strangers
will l:n 1 a cordial welcome awaiting
! t. em. am! a re in ited if make this
their ehim-h ho;ue during their re? re?-;
; re?-; ibiice am on a: us.


Fourteen Days of these



11th to O



Mr. George Hyman who until
recently was secretary of the State
B. Y. P. I. work is an ardent work worker,
er, worker, and every union in the state feels
that they are losing a good leader
in accepting Mr. Hymans' resigna resignation,
tion, resignation, and regret that his pastorate
duties compel him to take this step.
I?. Y. P. l notes in Times-l'nion.
Mr. Hyman was a guest in Ocala

last Friday, enroute to Sanford,
where he has accepted the pastorship
of the Baptist church.

The s-.ulCen death of Ethel, the
1 7- ear-ofi d daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
,!. C. Smith'.' has east a gloom over
the Mchi'o-h community. She was

Ka1?enwiih an "aftack of appendicitis

about ten das ago and after a
thorough examination an operation
was deemed necessary. After the
operation .on Friday she seemed to
improve rapidly for several days, but
a turn for the worse came Tuesday
afternoon and after a hurried con consultation
sultation consultation another operation was de decided
cided decided necessary. While apparently

standing the second operation well,
she gradually grew worse until Wed Wednesday,
nesday, Wednesday, when she passed away.

Ethel was the eldest of three
daughters and was very 'popular and
well liked by all. The many friends
extend their deepest sympathy to the
parents. Services will be held on
Friday and interment will be made
in the Mcintosh cemetery.


r i


OCAIiA LODGE NO. J80, Ii. I. O. K.

Ocala. Lodge, No. 2SG, Benovelent
and Protective Order of Elks, mets
the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Yisiting breth brethren
ren brethren a1 ways welcome.
Chas. W. Hunter, E. It.
Joseph Bell, Secretary. Ad.


On Thursday, Oct. U'.th. Blitchton
road working day. the Marion Hard Hardware
ware Hardware Company and Mclver & Mac Mac-Kay
Kay Mac-Kay will close their stores that all
of their many men may work on the
road. The customers of the stores
are asked to remember that they
will be closed on that day and to
be governed accordingly.

Woodmen meet Friday evening.




Four Reels High-

Class Motion



The Attorney for the Defense

(Kaleni Drama)

The Sacrifice
(Pathe Drama)
The One Hundred IKllar Elopement
(Edison Comedy)
The .Judgement of the Deep
(Lubin Drama)

The regular meeting of Dickison

Chapter, F. D. C, will be held tomor

row afternoon at o:::n o'clock at the
residence of Mrs. B. A. Weathers.

Mrs. S. R. Whaley,
Recording Secretary.


Dental Surgeon
Rooms 9, 10, 11, Holder Block
Phone 250

Terms: Cash.


The ladies of the W. C. T. F. will

hold a called meeting Tuesday morn

ing at 1) o'clock in the Methodist
church to perfect plans and all ar

rangements for serving dinner next
Thursday, road working day. All

members are urged to be present or

send word as to what they will do.


6:30 to 10 p. m.

1 5 and 10 Cents






Any one contemplating wall paper papering,
ing, papering, painting or kalsomining of walls
should see the beautiful, new, sani

tary, permanent, washable finish of

two rooms in the Ocala Nauona

Bank. Those who hae seen it con consider
sider consider it superior to anything ever of

fered in this territovy and prices are
very reasonable. For information
see Mclver & MacKay. 0-lC-tf


Dental Surgeon
Office Over Commercial Bank
Phone 211

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-if

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


Buckingham. Oct. S We are hav having
ing having some fine weather for saving
hay and orange growers are taking
advantage of it.
Mr. C. J. Stubbs of Fort Myers
was in our burg Saturday. He came
out in his new five-passenger 1014
Cadillac car.

Mrs. 15. Thomas was the guest of
Mrs. T. R. Ellis i Friday.
Mr. Jim Flint, who has just pur purchased
chased purchased a car, seems to be having
quite a time learning to manage it.
Mrs. Mollie Allan of Fort Myers
is visiting her brother, Mr. Santa
i Vivas.

m i-t; Arnrit Misses Brinson and

. i 1 .
Christine Cotton were guests of Mrs.
Gerald Friday.
Mr. Ed Arndt is having quite a
nice house built and will have it
completed about Oct. 20th.
Mr. Edwin Hall and Jack Daniels
went to Fort Myers Saturday. Mr.
Hall was compelled to return alone
as Mr. Daniels met some young la

dies and they detained him too long
and Mr. Hall left him in town, so he
did not arrive until Sunday evening.
Mr. S. Vivas and wife were in Fort
Myers shopping Saturday.
Mr. Osteen and family have mov mov-n
n mov-n back in our midst. We give them

a hearty welcome.

Mrs. John Gerald and little son
are spending a few days in Fort My Myers
ers Myers with Mr. Gerald's mother and
Mr. D. S. Borland and family left
Wednesday en route to Citra where
he will look after his orange busi-


been picking some at Buckingham,
but the fruit inspector stopped them.
That's business. What is the use of
having a green fruit law unless it is


i Lakeland, Oct. 9. Lakeland voted
I for a commission form of govern govern-I
I govern-I ment yesterday and by a decisive
i majority.

O. M. Eaton was re-elected major,

or what is equivalent to that office,
under the commission form, as com commissioner
missioner commissioner at large, defeating S. F.
Smith, despite the latter's promi prominence
nence prominence and popularity.
Commissioners elected were J. E.
Bussard, Guy W. Toph, E. C. Flana Flanagan
gan Flanagan and H. D. Mendenhall.


I have a guaranteed piano tuner
for a few days. Those wanting his
services leave orders at my store at
once. A. M. Lansford. 9-30-5t


I have just opened up my new new-garage
garage new-garage on North Main street, and
solicit a share of the patronage of
?ar owners in Ocala and surrounding
territory. The repair department
is prepared to do all kinds of auto-

j mobile repairing on short notice.
None but first-class workmen em

ployed, and therefore, I am in po position
sition position to guarantee every job that
leaves the place. Rates will be found
reasonable as high-class workman workman-ihip
ihip workman-ihip and good material can be fur

T. C. Luckie,
Building formerly occupied by Idea


Teacher of Voice Culture
Residence 701 Earl street; phone

412. Fall term begins Sept. 29,

1913. Pupils may enroll at any
time. 9-2-6t

CHAPTEH NO. 13, It. A. M.
Resular convocations of the Ocals

'.Chapter No. 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

Holder Block. Rooms 9 and 10.

PHONE 230.

Mr and Mrs. Ed Arndt and Mr.

and Mrs. Louis Marlowe enjoyed a
v.nat ridp Sunday.

Mr. T. R. Ellis has accepted a few
davs budding with Mr. H. A. Burt on
Orange river. Mrs. Ellis accompan accompan-v
v accompan-v Mr. and Mrs.

Burt and Mrs. Ellis went on to Mr.
Hurdley's. which is two miles west
of Fort Myers. The weather was
good and they report a delightful
Mr. Burt and wife were the
guests of Mrs. Marlowe Tuesday

A sad instance happened on a Lee
county orange grove. Nine hundred
boxes of grapefruit had been picked.
The fruiv inspector came along and
I the grove owner not to send
ih'pm to the packing house as they
were too green. They have also

Judge Circuit Court W. S. Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, Ocala.
District Attorney E. W. Davis,
O C3.1S
Clerk Circuit Court P. II. Nugent,
Sheriff J. P. Galloway, Ocala.
Tax Collector W L. Colbert,
i Tax essor Alfred Ayer. Ocala.
! Treasurer John M. Graham,

Surveyor W. A. Moorhead, Ocala.
! Judge" of Prohate Wm. E. Smith,
i Countv Commissioners C. Carmi Carmi-lehael.
lehael. Carmi-lehael. Ocaia: J. W. Davis. Summer Summer-i
i Summer-i field; W t. Henderson, Lynne; D. G.
Watkins. Dunnellon; Walter LufZ LufZ-Iman,
Iman, LufZ-Iman, Sparr.
I Board Public Instruction J. tt
Brinon. Superintendent. Ocala; B B-1p
1p B-1p Blifch. Blitchton; J. S. Grantham,

Fort McCoy; V. D. earn, ucaia.

Every Woman
Should Have
White Rose Delicacies
On hand for use in case of emergen emergencies.
cies. emergencies. ,'Jlfl unexpected company come3
in she is prepared to serve a lunch luncheon
eon luncheon in a few minutes. A few sug suggestions:
gestions: suggestions: Olives, Pickles, Fruits,
Fib-etc, Let us prove that we give
ueqiualed service and superior


Smith Grocery Co.


North of Ocala National Bank

: 3

Invizoratinz to the Pale and Sickly

f The Old Standard renerai.rennjn? tonic.


- lalarla. t - - V;
tern. AtrueToric. 1 .ui.e.




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 Interest on Sauijjs 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.

Mario! Hardware Co,

Phone 118,

i-- mar y
Coee 1

money one A e


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 vou can.

Ocala Florida


Ocala, Fla.


1 l I I T
This county
soon again see
will probably not
the line as closely
drawn between a near lynching and
a real lynching as about UOo men
witnessed within a stone's throw of
the spot where Mrs. Wilson was
murdered last week on the Anthony
A report came to town, late in the
afternoon that a crowd had the mur
derer of Mrs. Wilson out on the An--
thony road near the scene of the:
crime, that he had confessed and
would be lvnched.
Two members of the Star force
went out in a car and saw a large
number of men. closely gathered to-
gether with many automobiles and


buggies scattered around, a short J-v known and the body politic, espe espe-!
! espe-! distance back of the Wilson home. ciall' iu lhe South, does not attempt
!and in an exact line with the route to visit vengeance upon the whole
;the man who killed Mrs. Wilson is race lor the crimes of the few. Re Re-said
said Re-said to have escaped over. sponsible men and women of color
! The men were closely packed are as afraid of murderers as are
'around a negro man who was seated other people and when murderers
!on a log and at least every third man have taken to cover in their sections
; was heavily armed and one man had they have notified the officers of the
a coil of manila ro; e over his should- law. That this was done at Weirs Weirs-!er
!er Weirs-!er in which the hangman's noose dale in the case of the criminal who
had already been made. assaulted the marshal of Leesburg
i The reporters soon fathered the only last week. It is safe to say if
'following facts: 'Tne thousands of colored citizens who
I Mr. Calloway, with some deputies, are taxpayers, worthy laborers and
'took the man. Albert Clifford out to dependable helpers, or any one of
'the spot, to see if he could be iden- these classes, knew the perpetrator
, tilied by the people there, he having of this foul deed the same would be
:been arreted last Saturday and con- told without reserve.

fined in jail. Messrs. Harvey Smith
and W. T. Rogers.
citizen deputies.
1 arrested th man near
:ih er Springs.
i When Mr. Galloway reached the
! scene, be was quickly grabbed and
j held by several men and the negro

taken out of his car. Seeing that mai negro as me law ai;uing cui cui-resistance
resistance cui-resistance was useles.-. Mr. Calloway zens of the white race hear to the

'left, coming quickh to town and re-
; moved from jail another negro

whom he more strongly suspected party may i.e caugnt ana mat ne
and he feared the mob would try to may lie meted punishment for the
get. and spirited him away. crime.
The man in the hands of the mob; They wish to be on record as
was questioned and cross questione 1. standing only for the proper an 1
some wanting to string him up then legal acts of men and to have P
and there, and others advising pa- known that they do not favor, en en-tience.
tience. en-tience. The poor devil was scared ''"mirage or condone crime. If the
half to death, is an ugly looking fel- daily tasks performed by the color color-low
low color-low naturally, and of course was rat- e l people are noted, their faithful faithful-tied
tied faithful-tied and told more or less conflicting uess to their masters in slavery con con-tales,
tales, con-tales, sidered. their services in the day of
It was soon decided to send to! freedom recognized and their eco eco-town
town eco-town and get the negro wool chop- nomic value to the state and nation
per, who had seen the murderer counted, we do not believe the posi posi-'ass
'ass posi-'ass him, and see if he knew the tion of the best negroes can be mis mis-man
man mis-man or could recognize him. Mr. understood or that they will be
Lee Howell and several others agreed thought of other than condemning
to go. They came hurriedly to town crime an 1 ready to lend assistance
:n a car and to the jail, where they to redress the same.

fooled the .iailor. Mr. Chalker. tell-i
ing him that Mr. Gallowav wanted;
the man. Mathew Wesley, to identify,
a nw suspect. Mr. Chalker let j
them have Wesley and they returned
to the scene a little while before;
sundown. Wesley was marched over

and seated on the oa beside thej
other negro and put throueh a close! Wacahoota. Oct. S. Miss Rosalie
examination and cross examination. Smith left last Wednesday for a
He was unable to say even what the visit to Mrs. Susie Emerson at Fruit Fruit-man
man Fruit-man looked like, only a? to general land Park.
appearances and clothe, as he di 1 Mr. Laurence Smith and son. Na Na-not
not Na-not see his face. The cooler-headed poleon and Mrs. II. P. Smith and
men of the crowd soon saw that Miss Theora Smith and Messrs. Ced Ced-while
while Ced-while the man might be a suspicious ric and Clarence Smith attended the
character and possibly guilty, yet bail game at Williston Thursday aft aft-there
there aft-there was not sufficient evidence err.ocn between Micanopy and Wil Wil-against
against Wil-against him to justify his execution M.-ton. Mr. Celric SmPh played with
then and there, and urged that he be Wiliitson. The score stood 20 to 3
brought to town, together with favor of Williston.
lev and locke 1 up in jail, where they; Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Epperson of
could get him if the ew '.ence de-. Williston were guests of Mrs. L. M.
velopel strong enough later. After Smith on Thursday night,
much persuasion from the small mi-; Mrs. J. W. Bradley and daughter
nority some time after sundown. Lucile. returned from a visit to Mr.
this was agree 1 to an 1 Mr. Lee How-. Ernest Crumpton of Newberry, last
ell with several men in his car. Thursday.



brought the prisoners to t -wn and;
saw them safely locked up in jail.
And they were surely two much re
lieved negroes for at lea.-t Clifford
thought his last hour had come.
Manv of those : the crowd urg-

ed the hanging or' this man then ani and was r.ccorupanieJ home by his
there an 1 some wanted tr hang them j grandson. William .1. Edwards,
both and all that would have been Mr. A. F. Torlay of Melrose was a
required was for some one to have wee kend visitor to his sisters, Mrs.
gone forward with the rope, place 1 c. R. Curry and Mrs. J. O. Tyson.
it over his neck and started to pull.; Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Smith spent
and in a minute the man would have .Saturday and Sunday with Mrs.
been dangling from a tree and half Smith's parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. J.
the guns in the crowd would have Heck of Fellowship.
been emptied and he full of lead. j
Mr. Wilson, the husband of the I .OVAL ORDER OF MOOSE
murdered woman himself advised '.
waiting as he was not fully satisfie 1 The Ocala Lodge No. 699, Loyal
they had the right man. Like a few Order of Moose, meets each Thursday
others, also, he sail that if the man; evening at $ o'clock in the Moose
was lynched and should no: be the building. Visiting brothers are in-

right one. it would hae a tendency
to take interest our of the chase and
the really guilty person might never
be ap;rehende
Many of th& citizen pose. tird
; and worn and haggard from ince ince-Isant
Isant ince-Isant warching. 'raveling and loss of
sleep, were anxious to -rrir.g hi
hese were rarhe
to paciry
It is nc
of men of
!:k-lv th
S'Z 'ft-?.'
wa-i g;1 there 1
yesterday, un-i-r th- trying circum circumstances,
stances, circumstances, with the memory of a hor horrible
rible horrible crime and within ?iih: of the
scene of the peaceful home outrage 1.'
would have been as patient or as

amenable to reason as was this
crowd of revengeful Marion county
citizens, and the country should feel
; roud of them.
It may be of information to the
public to know that there are now
thirteen negroes in the Marion coun county
ty county jail held there as suspects, ar arrested
rested arrested under suspicious circum circumstances
stances circumstances or conditions and the num number
ber number is being added to daily.
The hunt for the man will never
cease altogether till the guilty one
shall have paid the penalty for his
.brutal and fiendish crime.

The attitude of leading colored
citizens toward the murderer of Mrs.
Wilson is that of all other good citi-
zens. The property owning and tax
laying men of color do not stand for
1 .- 1 J T T 1
iiein;sS anu crime, inis is wme-j
The negroes that are law abiding
and know that their future is safe
only through law and order are
humiliated when it is inferred that
they would condone crime. They
bear the same relation to the crim-
white criminal. They express them-
selves as hoping that the guilty
. i i
R. S. Mitchell.
F. P. Gadson.
Jos. L. Wiley.
Geo. Giles.
R. Reche William:
M. D.
Mr. and Mrs. P. smith left
; Sunday afternoon for Evinston,
1 where Mrs. Smith visited Mrs. C. J.
Grace, ani Mr. Smith went to Ocala
r.n l iite.l his daughter. Mrs. W. J.
Eiwards. He remainel till Tuesday
ited to atteni our meetings.
Geo. F. Mershon, Dictator.
E. L. Stapp. Secretary.
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. &
A. M. meets on the first and thira
Thurslay evenings of each month at
T:3'" o'clock, until further notice.
C. E. Simmons. W. M.
Jake Brown. Secretary. Ad
Cures Old Sores, Other Recr.EuIes Won't Cure.
The -worst cases, tso matter cf how Tone standir jr
are cured fcy the wonderful, old reliable T
Porter s Antier-ic Heatinfe- Oil. It relie
Paia and Hea'.s at the sarot tin:?. Z5c. SCc. t-

Wluere is Your Money?
A Kansas farmer, who had no bank account,
dropped his roll in a field 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 ior your savings and pays 4 per cent in interest,
terest, interest, compounded semi-annually. $1 starts an ac account
count account in
Ocala National Bank
An Active United States Depository

mini If! nniniTm nmni r
r mi .-.r m ii mi n r
Honor Roll of Volunteers for
It itch ton Road Working
Dr. J. E. Chace with man and
Jake Brown, self, two drays.
F. W. Ditto, self and auto and two
'earns. j
Dr. L. H. Von Engelken, self, auto j
ind laborer. j
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 assistaure. i
Mrs. A. M. Lansford. twenty-five
i i.
Mrs. W. H. Anderson and daugh daugh-:er.
:er. daugh-:er. dinner for twelve.
Mrs. J. C. Howell, assist with din dinner.
ner. dinner. W. C. Blanchard, seif.
Joseph P. Taylor, self, son and
earn. .Mr. Taylor lives on the Blitoh-o-n
Perry Edwards, colored, self and
Ii. A. Fausett, self and two teams.
J. G. Kichline.
C. A. Scandrett.
S. Hickel.
Ocala Evening Star.
u. i. ary, muie ana wagon ana;
J. P. Phillips, mule and wagon
and auto.
R. S. Abbott, professional ser-;
v ices.
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.
C. H
H. C
A. J.
R. C.
Seymour, self, auto and two'
Jones, self, auto and eight
Leavengood, self.
Loveridge, self.
Carniich.el, self
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. j
Mrs. W. V. Xewsom. assist with;
linner. j
Ocala Lumber & Supply Co., team i
and driver, probably two.
Ocala Boy Scouts. j
J. W. Coulter, self, two hands, one;
iouble team. j
Marion Hardware Company, II. B.
Clarkson and twelve men with shov-
els, and one automobile for use dur-
ing the day.
J. T. Burgess, self. j
S. Pinkney. self j
Dr. Blitch, auto, family and wh ile (
outfit. I
L. M. Murray, laborer.
M. Fishel, son and force
The Carmichael & Son
double team and two men.
Co., one
J. L
Edwards, self and three la-!
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
laborers and
D. E
C. V.
Mclver, two
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
F. P. Gadson. one laborer.
Tompkins & Cobb,
and driver.
Jerry Burnett, one man.
D. W. Goodwin. $1.
Dodson & Rentz, one man.
C J. Johnson, one man.
W. H. Anderson, self and three

sons, two-horse wagon and all nec-

tury t00is
R. F. Rogers, self and one man.
G. R. Smith, one day.
D. M. Barco, self.
W. K. Zewadski, self and laborer.
C. W. Smith, self and man.
G. V. Ray, one man.
J. P. Galloway, self and two labor laborers.
ers. laborers. Cash. $1.25.
C. F. Connor, self and man.
Win. M. Goher, one day or $1.
L. A. Snow, one man.
Alfred Ayer, $1.
E. T. Helvenston. one day.
Knight & Lang, two laborers, two
n. ules and wagon. t
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 br.d.
I r. V Williams self nnrt antn
L. W. Harley & Bro., self, pick
and shovel.
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.
.1. T. Hall. self.
Fred J. Burden, self and team.
Charles E. French, self.
Henry Gordon, $1.50.
Z. C. Chambliss, self auto and
Tamps Dnrfv. nne dav.
Jim Duffy, one day.
J. M. Whisenant and son, one day. day.-R.
R. day.-R. C. Muncaster, self, labor, moral
William Butler.
Mr. Pfifer.
W. J. Nelson, self.
Mason Snelling. self.
G. T. Liddon, self, double team
and man.
J. W. Jenkins and team.
loe Potter and team.
Gordon Moorhead, services.
Gor Ion Sinclair, services.
B. Mcintosh.
Dr. F. E. McCIane, self, auto and
L. S. Light, self and three men.
F. G. P.. Weihe, self.
F. G. B. Weihe, self.
F. E. Weihe.
Mrs. P. V. Leavengcod, help.
Dr. Blitch, auto, family and outfit.
Nathan Mayo, self, auto, double
;eiini and driver.
-I. F. Hall, self.
Judge Bell, self and auto.
J. M. Peterson, self or man.
G!oer Miller, self.
W. A. McGuire of Morriston, self,
auto and five laborers.
H. A. Deubel, cash, $1.50.
J. T. George.
Roseboro Fant.
W. B. Hamden.
Roy and Glover Goodwin.
Henry Nelson (colored).
Mc-David Hill.
J. L. Wiley, double team and driv driver,
er, driver, one day.
J. II. Brinson, self, man and team.
I. C. Howell, team.
Commodore W. S.
Goodwin and
son. $10.
A. M. Lansford, self, auto and two
D. S. Woodrow, self and 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
j men to drive them for ten days'
W. E. Whitworth, self, man and
Mrs. M. B. Stewart, $1 cash.
Ladies of the Ocala V. C. T. L.
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

double team and two double teams. Twenty din dinners
ners dinners and assistance from Mrs. How

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





. . ii : : V, T

. pers v. nicn always eu iu uis utu-,
'lines when a negro is lynched in the;

! South, but it is a pleasure for home-
folk- to observe it.

R. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavenool. P.ii-ine
J. II. Ilenjaniin. Editor



Entered at Oeala. Fla.. postoffice as second class matter.


( Domestic)
One year, in advance $5.00
Six months, in advance.... 2.50
Three months, in advance.. 1.25
One month, in advance 0


( Fore is" )
One year, in advance
Six months, in advance...
Three months, in advance
One month, in advance...



j Secretary Rooney of the Marion
i County Eoard of Trade applied to the
different Florida railroads for spe-
T i cial rates to the printers cost con congress
gress congress and press association meeting
i to be held in Ocala Nov. 13-15, and
ithe Southeastern Passenger Associa Association,
tion, Association, thru Mr. Joseph Richardson,
$S. 00 chairman, has replied to the request
: as follows:

"Each of the carriers named above

has. through its proper passenger

traffic official, notified me that it
must respectfully decline to make
anv reduced rate arrangements for

vour meeting, the probable attend-


TEne Ctamiell off Pnnsniniess
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.

Tine Monroe & QiamMass Baiuk

j rights and calling for a mass meeting

! in Ocala Nov. 10 to organize with

The meeting of this important that end in view. Representative ance being insufficient to justify them

body Wednesday evening was well ; coiorea men in uw.a uu uul !in publishing special raies.

In refusing these rates the rail-



tj .-.a r'v, rQi nr countenance mis aauaiui.

and Secretary Rooney gave account I Star thinks if any such meeting is
of the various matters passed on by! held on the date set it will be a

the Board of Governors since

the healthy place for peaceable colored

last meeting, and presented several j people to stay away from. The white

important issues to be decided by people are decidedly peevisn auoui
the main body. such demonstrations just at this

Mojsrs T? V Hn?pr and 1 1 arr v : iils

Peter were elected members of the
board, and the secretary reported
other applications in prospect. The
finances of the board are in good

The Star is inclined to side with
Congressman Clark in his controversy-
with ex-Governor Jennings

shape and its business affairs are oer the settlement of Japanese in
going forward steadily and smooth-1 this state. The Star is not inclined
lv. i to agree with either of these gentle-
A petition was presented from the j men in abusing the other. Mr. Jen Jen-dpodIp
dpodIp Jen-dpodIp of Crvstal River. Homcsassa i nings is a good man and has broad

i i j j
and Lecanto, asking the board to use public v ews. but the Star thinks he

its influence with the Atlantic Coast i is badly mistaken on this issue. Con-

Clark may not have notic-

roads not only show bad judgment,
but discriminate against the print printing
ing printing trade with a great lack of jus jus-tic.
tic. jus-tic. There are some two or three hun hundred
dred hundred printing offices in the state of
Florida, and not only a majority of

these, but many outside the state
will send representatives to the con-

gress. wnicn is more 01 a iiauuucii
than a state occasion.
The railroads have often given spe special
cial special rates to meetings of less size
and importance, and their discrim discrimination
ination discrimination against the printers is diffi difficult,
cult, difficult, to account for.


Line to have the Homosassa tram gressmai

which leaves Ocala at 2:25 p. ni.J ed -the advent of Japanese into his
remain in the station until No. ''' district .-ome years ago, but that is
from Jacksonville leaves at l:i'. in-: no reason why he is inconsistent in
stead of going to the junction and ; opposing the arrival of any more,
waiting there all the way from ten ; The Japanese question was not as
minutes to an hour. This is a very : acute a few years ago as it is now.
reasonable request and the Coast I We don't indorse the Hon. Frank in
Line should grant it, as it would ( everything but we will hold his
give the people from all the way hands up in this,
down that line at least twenty min--.

uus more to do their shopping in. J jUj people of Floridn don't need ; vi;PS tnal:
beside its being much more pleasant thaf extra Pssjon of the legislature yAvVy local Hoard of Trade,
to w.-ir in town than at the junction al:( th( state treasury does need j Chamier 0f Commerce or Commer Commer-when
when Commer-when the train is late. j that it would have to dig cia ,,0(ly orsanizea in Florida for
The official call for the meeting ot'jul! to iav ,,., statesmen of the extra! i i iLli nir purposes, and

session for their invaluable services.

To the Hoards of Trade. Chambers
of Commerce- and Co:-unercial
Lodies of Florida Greeting:
P.y authority vested in me as pres president.
ident. president. I hereby call a meeting of the
Siate Chamber of Commerce to be
held at Ocala, Florida. October 2.
Article :'. of the constitution pro-

Notice is hereby given that in ac accordance
cordance accordance with an order from the
state superintendent, there will be

held in Ocala, beginning on Monday,!

October 20, 1913, an examination
for teachers' certificates, at which

all persons desiring to teach in Mari

on county will have an opportunity
to qualify in the matter of examina examination.
tion. examination. 1 hope a number will apply, as
we are short of teachers.
I wish to give notice that no cer certificate
tificate certificate taken by a person living in

Marion county, in another county,'

will be honored here and I wish to
emphasize our policy of giving pref preference
erence preference in appointment to those hold holding
ing holding Marion county certificates.
I also wis.h to call attention of all

parties interested to the ruling of

the state board that all teachers of
high school subjects will in future
have to have not only a first grade,
but a special certificate covering the
work they propose to do. This, of
course, would not apply to those
holding state certificates.
Very truly yours,
J. II. Brinson. County Supt.



the state chamber of commerce Oct.

;l was read, and Messrs. F. E. Har-. H,p tnt. statesmen at home and

keep that money in the treasury.
Congress is sure to admit all four
representatives from this state if
thev are honestly elected, no matter

ris and D. S. Woodrow were appoint appointed
ed appointed a committee to make arrange arrangements
ments arrangements to entertain the visitors.
The plan of having the state

chamber of commerce and all itsjnmv ua;jiy the legislature mussed up
board of trade branches merge intojtne restricting act. Congress will
the Southern Settlement and Devel- J f.onf iller tne intent of the act.
opment Organization was laid before La'Keland Telegram.

Star thinks about it.

the board, and wa.; not favored. Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Rooney is a high officer in
this organization, but he prefers

Ucaia to remain inaepenueni. ,.hU rl Japanese

Secretary Rooney was delegated tojThey have no votes. Times-Union,
attend the meeting of the inland wa-j Goly Won't Frank Clark feel
terways association in Palatka. and j y sa"yJng Et tu Brute" when he

tne ueeper itieia. auwnw" .. o

general upb-iilding

havi'ig at least fifteen members,
shall be admitted to membership in
the Florida State Chamber of Com Com-mprce.
mprce. Com-mprce. on approval of two-thirds of
the bodies represented at any meet meeting
ing meeting of the Florida State Chamber of
Commerce, and shall be accorded the
following representation:
"Each such commercial body hav having
ing having fifty members, shall be entitled


The foregoing is almost what the; to two delegates, and for every nven-

two days later in Jacksonville. Both
these are of the highest importance
to the South and to this state in par particular.
ticular. particular. At the former meeting. Mr.
Rooney will present a special resolu resolution
tion resolution regarding the straightening of
the Oklawaha.

Secretary Williams of the Marion j
County Fair Association was present j

The more money a man handles
the more he needs the guardian
company of angels Pensacola News.
If somebody will just give us the
monev to handle, the guardian angels


handle us all they want to.

In another place appears a com-

a number of lead-

tVic hnnrrl to mediate with 1

t ,Kt ti,o munication fiom

tne city couani. it ";!. colored men in regard to the at-
extensicn of the city limits which colore

taKes in me lai siuuhus, m '"n

the different amusement

liable to pay for city as well as coun

tv license. According to the contract

made with the shows, the fair asso association
ciation association is liable for the tax. and it

jty-five members additional, one del del-Ifznte.
Ifznte. del-Ifznte. Commercial bodies having

over two hundred members shall be
entitled to but one delegate for
every fifty members above that num number.
ber. number. Delegates shall be active mem members
bers members of the bodies they represent,

and shall be selected by the local or

ganization, at their annual meetings.
They shall present credentials from

the secretaries of the respective or organizations,
ganizations, organizations, which credentials shall

certify the number of members au authorized
thorized authorized to vote in the said Florida
State Chamber of Commerce."
The date originally set for this
meeting was October fth. but con conditions
ditions conditions have arisen during the past
few days that necessitated postpon-

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 40x4 0; barn lox2 0; fif fifteen
teen fifteen acres pine timber; ten acres
hard wood; well watered; price,

$.",,0 00.

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 II. A. Kramer, or owner, A.
A. Mathews, Ocala, Fla. 10-1-tf

A Lesson Real Economy
Take two houses both alike
Spend about $50 to MASTIC-PAINT one one-Let
Let one-Let the other go unpainted
Offer them both for sale
You'll wonder why the unpainted house finds no buyer at
even $500 less than the MASTIC-PAINTED house will bnng.
At the beginning both houses represented equal value.
The Lesson: A few gallons of MASTIC PAINT
properly applied at the right time greatly increases the value
of your property.
Your building needs painting Right Now, but don t use keg keg-lead
lead keg-lead or hand-mixed paints. It may be cheaper at the start, but
is costly and unsatisfactory in the end.
For Real Economy use MASTIC PAINT
More than Forty years the Standard of Excellence
Fn rr Ask for beautifully illustrated book "Homes and How to
H, 1, Paint Them" and color chart showing 43 different color
HanooMB combinations.

Visit this store and let us tell YOU all about
the merits of MASTIC PAINT.

MelVER & MacKAY,
Ocala, Florida

' 1


X ffl!Tiirc WHITE

"Uhe Kind That Lfutj'




-W. S. Bui-

T 1 fit Mtti 4- r

unoie ia...... lock. Ocala.

Retirement Dtrict' Attorney E. W. Davis,
The Damm family, of world fame, Ocala.

Clerk Circuit Court P. H. Nugent,
Sheriff J. P. Galloway, Ocala.
Tax Collector W. L. Colbert,


:-.,-. r.F Aire

features ; : i ,i ntniior ". irinfirinl

i Wil-nu. It must :e resreii.iii Mia uaic i --.

that the proportion of criminals and j among winch was tne acceiHduie ui
rr th r-ninrp l npnnle n io?;ition bv secretary II. II. Rich-

a Err I n s iiuiuii, iijv j- t

. 5 i

i lar?e: also. that a number of
them, honest enough themselves.

to shield negro

The following sctiedule is not paid
for, but is printed for the information
of the public. The railroads are re-

H"ed to send in orreciions w ueu ueu-evir
evir ueu-evir necessary.

bids fair to lose its renown by the
discovery of the Hell family in the
town of Farrell, Pa., built by the
United States Steel corporation.
r i r T J 11 fomilv are

.Memuers ui tuC xn .cDnrAlfrP,l Aver. Ocala.

! not averse to using thier name in a Tro';;rtnhn M. Graham,

business way. The head of the ; 0cala
familv Conrad Hell, an ice cream Surveyor W. A. Moorhead, Ocala.
manufacturer, has signs reading: j Judge of Prouate Wm. E. Smith.
"Go to Hell for your ice cream !" i Ocala. CommissionersC. Carmi Carmi-scattered
scattered Carmi-scattered throughout the city. An" j chael, Ocaia; J. W. Davis. Summer-

other sign reads: field; W t. Henaerson, nne.

Dunneuon; uilci uu.u.-

ho n hP9w that it mav overtop ;

- r.- have a tendency

the pronts ot tne eune ,a. irritating to
are never very large. Secretary cun n

make Ine

mn.i of the ill teeimg agaiusi mc

Williams wants the council to

an exemption this year, and in view
of the importance of the fair to the
city, the Star thinks the request

should be granted

He al

fact that Jacksonville intended to

ardson that necessitated his removal

to a foreign land, thereby requiring
the work of notifying the bodies by
a temporary secretary.
I have appointed Mr. C. F. John Johnson,
son, Johnson, secretary of the Kissimmee

in the ca-

. . t i 1 it j r T .3 i trk corvo

rwp l)n tne otner iittuu. a uoaiu ui liat.c ij -...v.

siderable proportion of the color- j pacity of temporary secretary uniu

such time as the State Chamber oi


ed people, a majority.

, lieves. and certaini a

?0 Called aueunuu i ,.;; nr,.1 mnr-h

; thi couniv, is m w -tt kiiunis, cm-

the Star be-

majority in

;l J 1. tfl

.... Kr thai aifiresseu u lw

nave a mimar uiua, .i.ment nf their race. There

same date of our fair, which nY negroes in Ocala and the
not only keep people away from the j are man

event, but might draw, r "''u- n fn

their best to uuuu innuscuv-o u ...


Marion county

some of our military boys to the me

tropolis at that time

sonville to have its

somewhat, and Mr. Rooney will pre present
sent present the matter to the board of trade
of that city.

i foT-niincr maintain 2

TV,hnard was! DUSine

i homes and

It is by them and not by

i-t ttiair fhnnli and

, s Q -itV, TnnV-nomes aua su.u

aSKeU lO Use IL iuuucuh; ;

, . i a rnurcnes,

the assassin, rapist, gdmuici.

. 1 n A v r r r

and vagrant that tne cuiuitu i.
must be judged. They are as much
. u.imc hnri characters as the

Gaineswue i - u le. and haVe the same m m-orram
orram m-orram at the same time, and the Ma-j t

rion county board will ask the I m- teret in tne
versitv City to come and celebrate order.
with us instead, and we will recip-

Gainesville on The Star tninKs iue

rocate by going to

. i ,i Onr inrprior tnw

some ointi uacc. - Wprlnesdav

is- on tne suspfaru

,-nsU-ho captured and sat in judgment

should help each other in every po

Commerce shall elect Mr. Richard Richardson's
son's Richardson's successor.
It is needless for me at this time

to urge upon the several commercial
bodies of Florida the necessity of a
closer affiliation upon all things per pertaining
taining pertaining to the welfare of our state,
as each and every man knows that

only through a combination of forc forces
es forces can we ever hope to bring about
those reforms and achieve that good
for which the State Chamber of
Commerce was organized.
An invitation is extended every

duly organized body in Florida to
become a part of the State Chamber
of Commerce, and send a fall dele delegation
gation delegation to this meeting in Ocala on
October 23.

Those organizations intending to

b-? represented at the meeting to be

Soiithlxtiiuri Arrive Leave
Xo. 3 1:05 p.m 1:25 p.m.
No. 9 (Limited)... 2:30 p.m. 2:33 p.m.
n;0 i 1:5 a.m. 1:40 a.m.
North Wound
N-0 o 2:25 a.m. 2:30 a.m.

S'o. 4 12:50 p.m. 1:05 p.m.
NTo. 10 (Limited).. 4:20 p m. 4:23 p.m.
... t i a t

Ti.e limited leaves jatttswuMic
11:30 a. m. and arrives in Tampa at 6
p. in. It leaves Tampa at 1 p. m. and
arrives in Jacksonville at 7:30 p. m. It
-lops only at Turkey Creek, Plant City.
Dade City. W'ldwood, Ocala. Starke
ir.J Waldo
Southbound Jax. and St. Petersburg

Arrive Leave
Xo 9 10:35 p.m. 10:46 p.m.
Xo. 33 2:40 p.m. 2:42 p.m.
Southbound -Ocala and Lakeland
No. 35 (sunnyjim) 6:40 a.m.
v..rti. !... ml lax. and St. Petersburg?

Arrive Leave
Xo. 10 5:19 a.m 5:20 am.
Xo. 40 12:54 p.m. 1:14 p.m.
Northbound Lakeland and Oeala
No. 32 (sunnyjim) Arrive 9:50 p.m.

Ocala and Honosaia

Leave No. 43 a.m.
Leave No. 47 2:25 p.m.
Arrive No. 44 12:50 p.m.
Arrive No. 48 5:00 p.m.

the inscrip-


man, Sparr.
Board Public Instruction J. H.
Brinon, Superintendent, Ocala; B.
R Blitch, Blitchton; J. S. Grantham,
Fort McCoy; W. D. Cam, Ocala.

"Ice cream from Hell is guaran

teed pure and cooling.
Still another bears

tfsvp von been to Hell? It's the

coolest place in Farrell."
When a stranger enters Main J UKAUTIFOj, PERMANENT,

street he is startled by a big bill billboard
board billboard reading:
"Hell is here, don't miss the

A block further down
this sign is encountered:


"You will find, everybody there
on a hot day; Hell is always open."
The big sign which, however, at attracts
tracts attracts most attention is in front of
HelFs place of business. It repre represents
sents represents a young couple eating ice
cream and the young woman saying
to her escort:
"Hell for mine: always."

Any one contemplating wall paper papering,
ing, papering, painting or kalsomining of walls

the street 1 should see the beautiful, new, sani

tary, 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

reasonable. For information


see Mclver &. MacKay.




Foit King Camp No. 14 meets in
fonge's Hall at 8 p. m. every second
Friday. Visiting sovereigns always
welcome. J. F. Thompson, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. Ad
Next meeting Friday night, Oct. 10.


Iavor J. D. Robertson.
Recorder L. T. Izlar.
ssistant Recorder Joseph Bell.
Council B. A. Weathers, presi
dent: J. H. Taylor, president pro
tern; E. C. Bennett. Baxter Cam, J.

YV Hood. K. 1 neivensiou, ur. a.


Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot

corner. Meals a Ia carte and lunches

at any hour. Adv.



entitled to praise for held at Ocala will forward the names J Ca"rmiCiiael, F. G. B. Weihe, C. M

sible way. They have enougn oppo-1 atternoun. ; aplf Thp delegates together with their

. v. u i t- r'urii ot h ua ..-

from the outsiae wuuoul na,-Mu1? :::- v tQ the temp0rary

control, in me .... rM fn

. inner nc :4 1 1 cofrp ti l ivi.1- i-""'1 ..


Citv Attorney C. L. Sistrunk.
Citv Clerk H. C. Sistrunk.

Treasurer and Tax Collector w.


ins anv among themselves.

. i ,j tVio nnm m nnitip mO:

Work for tne umcniou .uau. i ,1T1,n- m him for anv information re- ru-att

Iibrar.v and other important affairsMn the nortnern .-u a imi:,n the State CityEn.ineer-J. R. Moorhead.

were reported and passed on ana tne aer ,e? "-.,, ,:.. rh.,mber of Commerce or conditions Superintendent ttgnt rant

a oftor. nio ann ineir uvir-iiwi n :ra

Superintendent Water Works J.

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

wrd adiourned at 10 o'clock, after pie and tneir ne,Suuu,.. .fc, ar Ocala I Caldwell

busy and profitable session.


eht with little or no attempt to ( will be held.

innocent trom tne uoue i lUKim.!,,

Fla.. this 3rd


. . : : Von crrf ntlt the

Considerate lmwuou ua, . .v. f n.tnhpr 1913.

ensed among the M.e People bv guilty e don t .up, ?e .Ca. Stanford.

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



A. C L. NORTH 5:05 a. m.;
12:45 p. m. SOUTH 6:10 a. m.;
210 p. m.; 2:30 p. m.; ? p. m.
S A. L. NORTH 12:50 p. m.;
4:10 p. m.; 3 P- m.. SOUTH 12:50

p. m.; p. m-
Calvary 2 p. m.


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


two circulars issued by a negro lisposmon o. ; ; State Chamber of Commerce.
srr z: ,rin r big , .


DR. F. E. McCLANE, M. D.
The Dr. MeClane Medical, Surgical and
Electrical Institute
PHONES Office, No. 333. Dr MoClane's Residence, No. 407.
Office Suite 1 to T, Holder Block Southwest cor. Public Square.


J For the Chautauqua Open Tuesday,'
i i
j OctolKT 14. i) a. m. in the Hoard
of Trade Room j


Where Time Is Without Value
and Sales Wait on Patience.

! Thii. nrlvanro nf rh a 11 Ta 11 fill a

i season tickets opens next Tuesday1
j morning. It will be necessary for BARGAINING AS A FINE ART.
i all persons whose intention it is to
iattenl the sreat Chautauqua to be on
kan.i promptly that they may secure Plite and Loquacious, the Oriental

I -::K::ttK::::K-

; Call op Phone 300 and Let ns Give an Estimate on Your


Special Prices on Recovering Auto Tops


s Mohair ...


- $10.00
. 12.50
. $15.00
. 20.00
. $20.00
. 25.00

a good seat. But 4 00 season tickets

will be offered for sale. When these

are sold patrons must pay the regu regular
lar regular door admissions. Single door
admissions will be 2." cents and 50
cents for each attraction except Dr.
Conwell and the great singers. Sig.
and Mine. Berini. when the door ad admission
mission admission will be T.I cents for all ex

cept season ticket holders



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

Shopkeeper Will Haggle Over the
Price of an Article From Dawn Until
Dark A Sample Transaction.


Akin, the lPlurnlbep
Is now prepared to give you estimates on all kinds of
and everything in this line. When placing your con contracts
tracts contracts for work in my line let me have an opportuni opportunity
ty opportunity to save you money. All work installed is on strict
guarantee of satisfaction.
Phone 388 or 235 S. Osceola St. Ocala, Fla.





We have just received a carliai cf the Famous SOUTHERN" Wire
Fencing, Staples ar.fl 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 good?
don't make good we will.

He is the selfsame fellow still, the
Cairene merchant, as in the days of
Haroun-al-Raschid. He squats in cross
legged contentment as of yore, amen amenable
able amenable only to the loquacious system of
bargaining dear to the heart of the

On this oriental. The western tourist, foolish-

first sale, opening Tuesday morning, ly regarding time as of value, will lose

reserved seats will be given to sea- all equanimity long before he has corn corn-son
son corn-son ticket holders free. After this pleted the smallest transaction. If his
sale reserved seats will cost $1 extra knowledge of the east and his patience

for thp season. Remember, all sea- luffice and he begins negotiations early j

son tickets pledged on this first sale enough in the day not to be driven ;
carrv the reserved seat for the sea- forth as the merchant sets up his shut shut-son."
son." shut-son." so be on hand promptly and tens at nightfall he may obtain the ar-
, tide he seeks at a just and equitable
check off your seat. Also remember Jf he ains possessimi of it in
that only 400 season tickets will be Jess than the accustomed time he will
offered. If you do not get in on the certainly have paid more than its mar mar-40t),
40t), mar-40t), you must pay the straight door value.
admissions. Va gam undo, the western traveler ex-
There will be over forty-five dis- perienced in the ways of the east,
tinct events for the price of one sea- catches sight during a stroll through

the bazaars or an .ranic oiaue iuai
takes his fancy. It hangs high at the
top of the open booth, on the raised
floor of which serenely squats the pro proprietor,
prietor, proprietor, with folded legs. Yaganiundo.
as from the merest curiosity, pauses
to run his eye over the countless ar articles,
ticles, articles, suggests with a half stifled
vawn that the scimitar looks like what
miuht be a convincing weapon in the
hands of an enemy, ventures to hope
that the men bant is enjoying fine
weather and si rolls leisurely on. The
shopkeeper continues to puff drowsily
at ins water lx.itle until the western westerner
er westerner is all but out of earshot. Then he tip tip-pears
pears tip-pears suddenly to awake and drones
or,t a languid invitation to return.
Vag:unundo pays no bed t the sum summons
mons summons for some moments, gazes ab abstractedly
stractedly abstractedly upon the wares displayed
in another booth, then wanders slowly
back. The merchant hopes that the
traveler is enjoying the best of health,
invites him to squat in the bit of
space not already occupied by himself
or his wares, offers a cigarette and

falls to discussing the state of the cot

W e Guarantee To Save Yon Money on Any Work In Our Lines
.m we employ- none but experts we are In position to guarantee Y Y-fry
fry Y-fry plere of work we coastruct to stand the Inspection of the most
rlgrld Inspectors. It costs nothing; to get oar fl grn res tmd yon are the
winner, whether we seenre the contract or not. GItc us a trial.


COLLIER BROS.. Proprietors.

son ticket.
Adult season tickets, 51. (carry (carrying
ing (carrying free reserved seat on first sale);
after first sale. season ticket and sea season
son season reservation will be
Children's season ticket, giving
the child admission to the Junior
Chautauqua "hours as well as all the
Junior sessions. $2.
The board of trade announces one
of the greatest chantauqua programs
ever presented in the United States,

Teams for Light
and Heavy Hauling.
Packing and
Shipping of
Furniture, Pianos
and Safes.
Baggage Service
the Best.

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

Kraigtit & Lang


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. Sieeial Weekly Hates.


t list of the world's cele

brate! artists. That everyone in our
city may have the opportunity to
take advantage of this inspiring
eeiit. the price of season tickets has
bes-n placed at a most insignificant
sum averaging a'-out seven cents an
entertaiiininnt. Th-o same artists
appear in all par's of the- world for
from fit" rv cents to live dollars. The(
program is very expensive and in,
order that the chauta.iqua shall bej
o finsnnl success, it lias, become ':

necessary to offer but the 400 sea- ton crop in the delta. Iy the time the

ut the low orice herein ; second cigarette is lighten ne t in ns

mentioned'. If v are not number-! conversation deftly to the scimitar and
, , tr remarks that though it is hung among
ed among the Him and have to pa i .,,,

i his itiuit t "i iiunn in
i for sale it is possible he may some
day tire of beholding it and part with

it for perhaps 1,mm piasters. Vaga Vaga-mundo.
mundo. Vaga-mundo. pulling reminisceutly for a
time, recalls having heard a friend ex express
press express a desire to obtain such a weap weapon
on weapon for. say. To piasters oK so and
wonders, after all. why that friend
should care for so useless an article.
The shopkeeper regrets that the two
prices named do not more nearly coin coincide,
cide, coincide, trusts that the inundations will
not be so late this year as last and
reaches again for the tube of his nar narghile.
ghile. narghile. Vagamundo expresses his de delight
light delight that the khedive has recovered
from his recent attack, thanks the
merchant for his disinterested hospital hospitality
ity hospitality and saunters away.

The shortest instant before he is


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

a,j x-:-:-:- xxxxv


the high door admissions it will be
because you failed to come out to the
first sale of the season tickets at the
board of trade rooms next Tuesday
morning. J. I- Rooney.



Phone 108


Rlitchton. Oct. S. During the

Seminole Indian war in Florida,
there was a fort in Blitchton, known
as Number Two, and a public road
leading from here to Horn's bridge.

On one trip of the government j
wagon from here during the war. a j
soldier strolled in the rear, and
when an onoort unity offered, lifted!

a box of gold from a wagon, placed I finall v lost from view in the surgin

it beside the roadside and when the stream of bazaar loungers he is called
companv was out of sight, he buried j back to learn that the merchant is of
the gold. Soon after, the thief was j the opinion that the new land tax will
i i ,,,). ...1s;l work more effectively than the. old.
verv sick and knowing death wasj ... ,, .11
. , t Ua that the scimitar is probably worth only
imminent, explained best he could. J(i;lstel.s jllJt, thjlt s,Ile of tne
where the treasure was hidden. J t.u,..,Ivptl (rvvs in t,H. Ksiuieh gar gar-Since
Since gar-Since that time many excavations, dens .m, to ,,e rolnuVed.. With all
have been made and recently parties! lJe r(.Spt to Cromer Pasha Vaga-

I The
I That
X Made
& Ocala
I Famous

To a Person Who Prides

Himself on His Appearance :

Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen

is a necessity. To supply that
cessity is Our Business.

Ocala Steam Laundry f





402-41) i S. Main Street


Phone 101.

invaded Illitchton and dug pits in

search of the gold. It is believed
that residents unearthed the gold in;
lsT't. J
Mrs. I). B. Thompson, of Vienna.!
Ga.. is the guest of Mrs. 15. R. Biitch. j
Mr. W. P. Hammonds and Miss;
Rowena Hammonds spent Monday.


f Manmseript Cotcts.
Y ?
I An elegant line of lawyers' f
I manuscript covers, in any
color that could be desired. I
y i

I (Dcaiflffl Stlair




ruundo doubts the practicability of his
latest scheme of taxation and hopes

that his friend may somewhere run
across such a scimitar at 1"0 piasters.
Thus the transaction continues; a
third, a fourth, even a fifth time Vaga Vagamundo
mundo Vagamundo returns. P.y the sixth visit he
has dropped the fiction of a friend and
openlv offers 22." piasters for the blade.

and the shopkeeper arouses himself




Ocala House Block

Phone 420


in Ocala.

Mr. J. W. Biitch and son. Arlin, suluciently to take the weapon uown
visited Ocala last week. j for inspection and expresses a willing-
We are much in need of rain. ness to part with it for 27.".
Rev. and Mrs. Bunvan Stevens, of lie Stes the ne-
... i gotiation proceeds, now touching upon

it lit Wft C .MUllUfl i l i -
Mr. B. R. Biitch is in Ocala this
week atending the meeting of the
school board.


the prevalence of ophthalmia, anon
skirting the matter of scimitars, their
manufacture and price. Speaking of
scimitars, the merchant suspects that
for the one in hand he would be satis satisfied
fied satisfied perhaps at 2."0 piasters. Vaga Vagamundo
mundo Vagamundo lavs that sum which both

The soothing, healing medication! recognized from the beginning as the
in DR. HOBSON'S ECZEMA OIXT-j just price-on the mat between them,
ME NT penetrates every tiny pore of; grasps his newly acquired property
the skin, clears it of all impurities' and. amid protestations of lifelong

stops itching instantly, ur. hod hod-son's
son's hod-son's Eczema Ointment is guaran guaranteed
teed guaranteed to speedily heal eczema, rashes,
ringworm, tetter and other unsight unsightly
ly unsightly eruptions. Eczema Ointment is
a doctor's prescription, not an ex experiment.
periment. experiment. All druggists or by mail
GOc. Pfeiffer Chemical Co., Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia and St. Louis. Ad

' An.i;nnotfi Jtii t?i I.:itit. Iirsest. Best Vulcanizing 5

il:.nt in Central Florida. Any sized tire handled at one tune, y

All work Guaranteed to e First-Class.
liring us your Casings and Tubes to be Vulcanized.
Worn out tires and tubes bought.
of all sizes and rims always in stock
DA VIES, The Tire Man
Phone 438. OCALA, FLORIDA Main St., near Postoffice,



For Mesmilts

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

Indispensable Plow.
Plowing is the father of industries,
the indispensable primary operation
upon which civilization has depended
from the earliest ages, and the plow is
thus the most useful and necessary im implement
plement implement which has ever been designed
by mankind for his own advancement.
Without the plow agriculture is im impossible,
possible, impossible, and without agriculture no

industry can exist. Prom "Electricity rr-,in:;: in Century

for tne r arm ana nome. Dy rraujx

friendship from the merchant, takes
his departure.
Manchester business men and Chi Chicago
cago Chicago captains of industry, scorning
such childish methods, hare dived into
the maelstrom of the bazaars of Cairo
with the avowed intention of "doing
business" after the manner of today
and the west; but all in vain. The
Cairene shopkeeper will hurry in his
transactions for no mortal man. Let
the pulsating westerner press his mer mercenary
cenary mercenary suit too forcibly and he dis discovers
covers discovers to his surprise, and perhaps
even to his dismay, that the merchant
of t east displays his wares and
squats by day among them merely as
a i-v ration and amusement and that
the re tion of selling anything is far far-th..r
th..r far-th..r from his thoughts. Harry A.

Moose meet this evening.

To forgive a fault in another is more
5U';.r:i than to be faultless oneself.
.. Sand.

Atlantic Coast Line

i $ H.'jr, PKNSACOLA, FLA., and return. Tickets on sale Oct. ISth, 19th

and 20th. Limited Oct. 29th. U. C.
$21.65 XKW ORLEANS, LA., and return. Tickets on sale Oct. 11th,
12th, 13th. Limited Oct. ISth. Extension to Nov. Sth.
SI 7.00 ASHEVILLE, X. C, and return. Tickets on sale Oct. 19th, 20th,
21st. 22nd. Limited Nov. 2nd.

! S10.75 NEW YOISK and return. Tickets on sale Oct. 20th, 21st, 22nd.

I Limited Nov. 10th.
! SI 7.45 MOBILE, ALA., and return. Tickets on sale Oct, 24th, 25th, 2Cth.
j Limited Nov. 5th. Extension to Nov. 30th.
S29.80 NASHVILLE. TENN"., and return. Tickets on sale Oct. 2 Sth,
i 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. KIRKLAXD, D. P. A.,
j Tampa, Fla. Tampa. Fla






.Moose met this evening.

F. I. of A. meet tonight.

Woodmen meet tomorrow evening.


Try Gerig's Havana Smokers; 5c.
straight. 1 0-3-tf

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

For a long mild smoke, try Gerig's
Havana Smokers. 1 9-3-tf

Crockery and china very cheap at
The Murray Company. 10-S-3t

Mr. Herman Mayer of Burbank,
died this morning at the home of his
friend Mr. Frank Wonder who lives
near town. Mr. Mayer was original originally
ly originally from Xew York but came to Flor Florida
ida Florida and bought a place and lived
until his health""! a ve way and he
came to town where he could get
medical attendance. He was about
35 years of age and has no family.
He was of German birth. Every ef effort
fort effort is being made to locate his peo people
ple people by Mr. E. C. Smith who has pre prepared
pared prepared the body for burial and is
waiting further instructions.


'won again I

Fresh oysters daily, "any style."
3IenliantV Cafe, J. R. Dewey. 1 0-3-tf :

E. A. Geary of Leesburg was at i
the Ocala Hnnse tnrlav. I


E. H. Martin, cash. $2.
H. A. Waterman, self and one man.
Judge Smith, self and two men.

The cigar makers cigar Gerig's j
Havana Smokers. 1 0-3-tf i


Absolutely the best. No condensed

, milk used. Pint 25 cents, quart 40

Mr. E. M. Williams has returend

iruu. ua.ngas m tu muuue. centSf gaIion ,,acke(i, $1.50. Deliv Delivered
ered Delivered to anv part of the city.
You should discard that straw hat. ..The gtore Accommodating." Phone

See Waterman for the latest soft
hats and derbies. 'J-22-tf



DR. W K. LANE Specialist, Eye
Ear, Nose md Throat. Office Law
'library Building, Ocila. Adv.

Messrs. J. V. Jenkins and G. K.
Williams are inWest Palm Beach at attending
tending attending to busines.

When they make "better shoes" at
the "same price," you will find them
at Little's Shoe Parlor. 10-2-6t

Messrs. George Schofiold and F. j

Dougherty of Philadelphia are at the

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

Mr. Clarence Camp was a recent
visitor to Gainesville, registering at
the White House.

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

Let us show you the "Xew-Ist"
shoes for fall and winter at Little's
Shoe Parlor. 10-2-Gt

Conductor L.iO. Cason isagain at
his post on the lIt)nosassa train, aft after
er after pleasant vacation,at Asheville.

See the beautiful cut glass at The
Murray Company. 10-S-3t

W. L. Buckley and F. L. Buckley
of Beloit. Wis., are at the Ocala

Mr. W. W. Stripling, who was in
Gainesville yesterday evening, says
that shortly after 6 o'clock Sheriff
Ramsey received a telephone mes message
sage message purporting to come from Sher Sheriff
iff Sheriff Galloway, announcing that he was
on his way to Gainesville with a ne negro
gro negro prisoner, and for Mr. Ramsey to
meet him with a posse. Sheriff Ram Ramsey
sey Ramsey at once loaded ten men into two
cars and started southward. How
far they came on the road to Ocala
is not known, but Mr. Galloway did
not send the message, nor is it
known who did.

Mr. C. H. McAllister was a busi business
ness business visitor in town today from
Gainesville. Mr. McAllister was
formerly a citizen of Marion county
but moved to Gainesville a short
time ago, where he has charge of
the Gainesville House. While in
town he stopped at the Ocala House.

Musical instruments and music at
The Murray Company. 10-S-Ct

Mr. I. P. Stevens of Connor was a
caller in town today. Mr. Stevens
was thrown from a buggy seven
weeks ago and had his shoulder dis dislocated
located dislocated and his arm broken, and to today
day today was the first time he has been
able to put on his coat, but he is
getting along nicely and has not seen
a doctor for hfs injuries.

The Royal Tailors, represented in
Ocala by the Rivers Haberdashery,
has a strong challenge in its bill
board advertisements throughout the

Mr. .Inn P Robinson is at. Homo- 1

. ii- if 'appeal to the man who wants to dress

ilr. J. W. Akin. j welL


Rev. L. B. Warren of Macon. Ga.. I
secretary of the Southern Board of J

Missions, has recently enjoyed a trip
to Texas, visiting among friends.
Rev. Warren is now in Baltimore,
Mil., on a few days' business visit.

Rev. W. H. Coleman will not fill
his appointment at Lowell next Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, as he accompanied his wife to
Tampa where she entered the Gordon-Keller
hospital to undergo a
surgical operation.

$100,000 is the forfeit offered by
the Royal Tailors in their bill board
advertising for proof that their
clothes are not made to measure. E.
G. Rivers is the Ocala agent. 10 0 3t

LOST Bunch of keys with name
on same. Mrs. Chas. Tibbs. 1G5 W.
Beaver street, Jacksonville. The
finder will be rewarded if returned
to Harrington Hall hotel. lo-9-2t

Fresh oysters daily, "any style."
Merchant's Cafe. J. R. Dewey. 1 0-3-0 1

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 10 and 174.

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

Mrs. Morrison of Louisville, Ky.,
who has been at the Harrington for
several days, displaying her fall and
winter line of hats, will leave early
tomorrow for St. James City to look
after some property recently pur purchased.
chased. purchased. Ocala is the only place in
the state Mrs. Morrison has favored
with a stop this year, and she would
not have come here had it not been
for her large number of customers.


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. 9-2 2-tf


Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S.,

meets at Yonge's hall the first Fri Friday
day Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock and the
third Friday afternoon at 3:30, of
each month.
Mrs. Emma C. Burnett. W. M
Miss Florrie Condon. Secretary.

United Press to the Star)
New York. Oct. 1:23 p. m.
The third game of the World's Se Series
ries Series began bright and early this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon before an immense crowd.
The Athletics came on the field full
of grim determination to retrieve
their defeat of yesterday, while the
Giants are full of confidence for an another
other another victory.
Bush and Schang compose the bat battery
tery battery for the Athletics today, while
the Giants have pinned their faith
on Tesreau and McLean.
The Game by Innings
First, 1:32 p. m. Athletics. 3;
Giants, 0.
Second. 1:43 p. m. Athletics, 2;
Giants, 0. The crowd seemed par paralyzed
alyzed paralyzed by the fierce onslaught of the
Third, 1 :55 p. m. In this inning
the Giants held their own. Score
was 0 to 0.
Fourth, 2:11 p. m. Athletics, 0:
Giants. 0.
Fifth, 2: IS p. m. The Giants
made a little gain this inning. Ath Athletics,
letics, Athletics, 0; Giants. 1.
Sixth. 2:44 p. m. Athletics. 0:
Giants. 0. Wilson now catching for
Xew York.
Seventh. 2:. "3 p. m. Athletics, 2:
Giants, 1. Crandall now pitching for
New York.
Eighth. 3:04 p. m. Athletics, 1:
Giants, 0.
Ninth. 3:17 p. m. Athletics. 0:
Giants. 0.
Summary of the Game
Athletics, eight runs, twelve hits,
one error.
Giants, two runs, five hits, one error.

Miss Hill's
School of Oratory, Expression anil
Dramatic Culture
For information call or write G17
Fort Kin'' avenue. 10-4-Gt

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

. On Saturday night, September 27,
there was an ice cream supper giv given
en given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W.
R. I-'ore, in honor of Mrs. Fore's
birthday, Sunday the 2S.
Those present were Mr. and Mrs.
W. R. Fore, Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Fore
and baby, Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Owens. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Caruth Caruth-ers
ers Caruth-ers and children Calvin and Chris Christine,
tine, Christine, Mrs. Lou West, Mrs. Susan Mel Melton.
ton. Melton. Mrs. Rhoda Polk, Misses Lena
and Ruth Hyatt, Vida Westhal, Eth Ethel
el Ethel Owens, Addie Melton, Daisy Belle
Fore and little Misses Ida and Belle
Fore. Messrs. Eli Baxley, Pasquale
DeAntonio. J. L. Averitte, Moses
Melton, Frank, Tom and Lonnie Lee,
Reuben Hyatt and Louis Melton.
1 enjoyed myself very much, and
hope the others did the same.
One Who was Present.


Atlantic Coast Line Special Rates to

Marion County Fair
On Nov. 25 to 28, the Atlantic
Coast Line will sell round trip tick tickets
ets tickets to Ocala as rates quoted below below-Archer
Archer below-Archer $1.85
Altoona 1.95

Alachua 1.95'

Boardman .5
Brooksville 2.45
Branford 2.85
Croom .' . 2.00
Center Hill 1.70
Candler 65
Citronelle 1.30
Crystal 1.50
Citra SO
Dunnellon 1.05
Dade City 2.05
Edgar 1.70
Evinston .90
Eustis 1.5m
Floral City 1.S0
Fort White 2.45
Gainesville 1.45
Grand Island 1.60
Hague 1.S0
Hernando 1.40
Hawthorne . . ; 1.15
Homosassa 1.75
High Springs 2.15
Holder 1.25
"nverness 1.60
Interlachen 1.S5
Juliette 90
Kendrick .30
Libson 1.55
Leesburg 1.25
Lady Lake 1.05
Lowell 60
Lake City 2. SO
Montbrook 1.40
Martin .50
Mcintosh 85
McAlpine 3.20
Martel 50
Morriston 1.25
Mt. Dora 2.05
Micanopy 1.10
Newberry 2.15
Orange Lake So
Okahumpka 1.45
Oklawaha ". 70
O'Brien 3.00
Palatka 2.35
Pine Mount 3.30
Reddick 65
Rochelle 1.20
Sanford 2.75
Sorrento 2.20
Tavares 1.60
Trilby 2.05
Umatilla 1.S0
Weirsdale 90
Webster 1.85
lYilliston 1,50
Return Limit: November 29th,
(up to and including this date.)
Fares fin Children: Tickets for
the transportation of children five
years of age and under twelve, may
be sold at one-half the above fares,
sufficient to be added to make total
fare end in naught or five. Each
coupon of each such ticket to be
plainly marked, stamped or punched
'V2.,, E. M. NORTH,
Asst. Gen. Passenger Agent.
Gen. Passenger Agent.


And Your

NOTICE to mm; owners

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.

0-4-6t A. J. Brigance,
Marshal City of Ocala.


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 and 1 Pound.
Ye Old-Fashioned Chocolate

Chocolate Cocoa nut Bars.
Chocolate Peppermints 20c, 40c. 1
Fresh Every Hour Mixture.
Crystalized Ginger. j
Pecan Caromels. j
Pink Wrapper (Vanilla) Choco- j
late. j
Take a box with you to- j
day. Just out of an ice-cold j
special refrigerator case.'
They'll come to you as fresh j
and crisp as if just from the ;
famous Huyler's factory.
T. W. Troxlcr

Manager Bennett has secured the
following plays for the coming sea season:
son: season: November
17 and IS. Edison Talking Pic Pictures.
tures. Pictures. 24th. Bought and Paid For."
27. Local talent, benefit hospital.
2Sth. Bert Leigh in "The Little
30th. Coburn's Minstrels.
Sth. The Barber of Seville."
13th. "The Leopard Spots."
1 tJth. Niel O'Brien Minstrels.
22nd. "QuoVadis.
23rd. "Quo Vadis."

24th. "Quo Vadis."
1. Divorce Question.
5, "The Shepherd of the Hills."
17th. "Polly of the Circus."
25. Lecture.
26th. The Smart Set.
27th. "The Spring Maid."
1. Smart Set.
23rd. Evan's Honey Boy Min Minstrels.
strels. Minstrels. March
4th to 13th. Chautauqua.
16th. "The Rose Maid."
10th. Paul Gilmore.


An elegant line of lasers' mana-j
script covers, in any color that could j
be desired, just received at the Star;
office. i

All linen tailored
Lace and Embroidery
Trimmed Lingerie,
Tub Silk in
Black, White arid Cream,
Values up to $2.00


Sale from 6 to 9 o'clock
Saturday evening.
See Window Display.


Store will be closed until
6 o'clock Saturday evening on
account of holiday.

No one can succeed by fooling their customers.
Dishonesty is the worst policy. We can't expect to
get your business by fooling you. Our lumber and
building materials are honest, and so are our prices.
We want your business, and we will give you the
best lumber and the best price. Come and let us
prove it to you, which will cost you nothing.
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booklet 'on request SMITH PREMIER DEPARTMENT

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Will Pay Big Reward for Appre Apprehension
hension Apprehension ol Mrs. Wilson's

Two hundred and fiftv dollar.-
ward is offered by the county com commissioners
missioners commissioners of .Marion county, Flor
ida, tor the party or parties who
murdered Mrs. P. T. Wilson, four ;
and a half miles north of Ocala. on'
the morning of October 2nd. a
o'clock. Description of negro seen
coming away from the Wilson place
at that time: Black, rather stout
build, weight 140 to 130 pound3.
10-6-dw tf


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Cheap timber, cheap labor, low
freights enables us to easily do this.
Big factory, best facilities. Act quick
cr you may be too late.
The Rock Hill Boggy Co., d
1 j

The rest room which the Ocali merchants maintain for the use
of our out of town visitor lio are in the city for a few hours
with nothing to do is located on the corner of Fort King avenue
and South Main streeTrfltTte t,ie Theus-Zachry furniture
store. The ladies especially will find Comfort Lodge a convenient
place to rest during the day's shopping. The conveniences we are
able to offer at Comfort Lodge are free and you are invited to
take advantage of them.

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I hi.'k mustache, height about
s:x to eight incites ;
wearing blue
jumper, light or
Tay colored hat.i
about Xo. 7 shoe; going in easterly j
t Wirf-fT ion frnni Wilson homo Com- i
municaie all information to
J. P. Calloway
$ f---"tMKTiff
Marion County, Florida. ;
; There will be further rewards for for-j
j for-j the arrest of this man offered by the j
city of Ocala and private individuals.:
making the total rewards offered aj
ery substantial sum of money. j




Lost, Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Needs
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, wool and cone pulleys very
cheap. Star oilice. 5-lIO-tf.
FOR SALE SALE-hangers.
hangers. SALE-hangers. Apply
-A lot of shafting
at Star office. l-30tf
WANTED TO III Y Second hand
! furniture and heating stove. .Must
j bo in good condition. Address 1 O.
Look at 44
or 1
a i out '1 homes lot
sell togethei sep sep-an
an sep-an offer quick. E.
Hodges building.
1 -M'XIM.
era to; in axe nif
R. Damoth, l!r.;
Detroit, Mich.
FOR SALE if sold at once I have
a splendid forty-acre farm with all
necessary buildings and improve improvements
ments improvements at a bargain. About $1300
cash will be necessary to make deal.
Balance on terms. Write "Owner,"
(are Ocaal Star. 1 0-1-1 2t
FOR SALE 350 acres cutover

i pine land with railroad siding, shan-: Iluu'"Ci jjunaio
ties and good well of water; good forjfer any case of deafness (caused by
vegetables and vine growing; .price catarrh ) that cannot be cured by per acre; three miles from Dun- Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu

nellon. For information? write J. G. lars, free.
Raskin, Dunnellon, Fla. 9-30-1 m J. F. Cheney & Co.. Toledo, Ohio
: j Sold bv druggists. 75 cents.
FOR SALE Two choice corner. Take Hall's Family Pills for con con-lots,
lots, con-lots, east Oklawaha avenue. Big bar-' stipation. Ad
gain. Apply at Star office. S US-tf j

FOR RENT Six room cottage
bath, etc., corner Watula and
ISouth Seventh streets. Apply at
Southern Express Oilice.
9 4-tf
WANTED Ai once, man with
family for general farm work Ap Apply
ply Apply II. II. Whitworth. 9-25-tf
FOR RENT A six-room cottage
oil South Third street, across from
the primary school building. Apply
to Dr. R. I). Fuller at his office over
Munroe & Chambliss Bank. 10-G-tf
FOR RENT Modern residence on
Fort King avenue; $:)". Anderson
Pharmacy, phone 2G0. 10-2-tf
LOST OR STOLEN A Banner bi bicycle
cycle bicycle was taken from in front of T.
W. Troxler's store on Saturday aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. Oct. 4. Send information to
this office. 10-7-tf'
FOR RENT A seven room house
in good condition with every mod modern
ern modern convenience, No. 411 South Wa Watula
tula Watula street. Apply to the Star of office.
fice. office. 1019-tf
i t
FOUND A bolt of ribbon. Own-
er can have same by describing the
article and paying for this advertise-;
ment. Apply C03 Oklawaha ave avenue.
nue. avenue. 10-7 j
WANTED 1 would like to con
nect with someone who would ap
nreciate the services of a mechanic
who understands electrical work, the
care and unkeen of dj-namos and

motors, bell wiring, electric lighfjhp. Detroit engine.

wiring, the care and repair of steam j
engines, pumps and plant operation;
also furniture repairing, chair cane cane-ing
ing cane-ing or where general executive abil-j
ity is required. Address, Mechanic,
care Star. 10-O-fit wky It
RENT Three

rooms for light housekeeping. Apply iceiienu-
this office or S20 S. 3rd St. 10-4-tf! J- B- Neal bK1 S00' n
j Monday morning for a several weeks
'trip to New York and Boston.

English "Game."
Game, according to English law, In In-lludes
lludes In-lludes hares, pheasants, partridges,
grouse, black game, ptarmigan and


I, the Reason Why Sulzer Rests His
Case Without Introducing
More F.vidence
Albany, Oct. 9. Without calling
either Governor Sulzer or his wife to
the stand, his counsel yesterday rest rested
ed rested their case in the trial of his im im-:
: im-: peaehment. According to D. Cady
(Herrick, chief of his attorneys. Gov Governor
ernor Governor Sulzer decided not to defend
himself in person because he did not
!want to be placed in the position of
'shielding himself behind his wife,
because it was for Mrs. Sulzer, ac according
cording according to testimony, that the gover governor
nor governor had his Wall street dealings.
Today and Friday will be devoted
to summing up the case by the op opposing
posing opposing counsel. Monday next being
a holiday, adjournment probably
will be taken until Tuesday when
it is expected' the verdict of the gov governor's
ernor's governor's innocence or guilt will be
Judge Herrick pointed out that
:the testimony yesterday of Allan A.
; Ryan best disclosed the reason why
'the governor had not taken the
stand. This was the conversation
which Ryan said he had with the im impeached
peached impeached governor early in September
in relation to obtaining political in in-'
' in-' fiuence to stop the trial.
' I suggested to Mr. Sulzer," Ry Ryan's
an's Ryan's testimony ran. "now that cer certain
tain certain charges had been made against
him that I did not see that he could
'afford to put himself in a position
in which he could not answer the
charges. He said that the reason
was that he did not wish to drag his
wife into the situation and put her
on the witness stand'
by locai applications, as they ratino.
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way !o cure dea?
r.ess, and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by au
inl'.arned condition of the mucous lin lining
ing lining of the Eustachian Tube. When
this tube is inflamed you have a
rumbling sound or imperfect hearing
and when it is entirely closed, deaf deafness
ness deafness is the result, and unless the in inflammation
flammation inflammation can be taken out and this
tube restored to its normal condition,
hearing will be destroyed forever;
nine cases out of ten are caused by
catanh. which is. nothing but an in in-fiamed
fiamed in-fiamed condition of the mucous sur-
, faces.
Mcintosh. Oct. 8. Mcintosh is
dry. very dry for want of rain.
Mr. S. H. Gaitskill was in Ocala
this week on business.
Mr. W. G. Norsworthy received
two carloads of raw lime this week,
which he is scattering over his or orange
ange orange groves.
Some of the machinery for the Ar Ar-redonda
redonda Ar-redonda grove packing house came
in this week and will soon be set
Sunday seemed to be a day of
trouble for Dr. A. C. Walkup. While
returning from visiting a patient at
I.-land Grove early in the day he
broke his Metz machine about one
mile north of Cross Creek, and in
order to get home was compelled to
walk five miles to Micanopy junction,
where he caught the train, arriving
about 2 p. m.. only to find an urgent
call to Flemington. He started al almost
most almost immediately in his E. M. F.,
but when just in the outskirts of
town broke an axle. Undaunted by
two accidents in one day, he secured
Christian & Neal's Mitchell car and
was successful in making the call
and getting home. By Monday
night he had the E. M. F. in com commission.
mission. commission. Mr. J. K. Christian returned from
Miami on Sunday.
Mr. B. L. Clayton of Orange Lake
was in town on Tuesday, getting
fittings for his motor toat.
which he says is about ready to
He is installing a new six-
Rnllv riav was observed at the
Presbyterian church Sunday, with a
good attendance and a record break breaking
ing breaking collection, showing that they are
striving to keep the banner again
this year. The exercises by the pri primary
mary primary department were very interest interesting,
ing, interesting, and all who took part did ex-
1 X. 1
That' What It's For.
& man with a fine graphephone may
b exc,JBOd fcr. r-tting or. airs.


The Pests Are a Veritable Plague In
Bolivia and Brazil.
Insect pests are a plague on the
boundary of Bolivia and Brazil. "In
the forests and oh" the smaller rivers."
writes Commander Herbert A. Ed Edwards.
wards. Edwards. R. X. R.. in the Geographical
Journal, "life Is made almost unbear;
able. Ants are met with everywhere:
they swarm over one's person in hun hundreds,
dreds, hundreds, and most of them bite most sav savagely.
agely. savagely. There is one kind of red ant.
which lives in trees hollowed out by
themselves, whose bite is like a touch
with a red hot iron. If a person inad inadvertently
vertently inadvertently touches or leans up against
one of these trees the ants swarm out
upon him instantly, and his life for
hours afterward is a loug drawn out
misery. Then there are the huge ants,
called tncanderas. one and a half inch inches
es inches in length: they live in the forks of
trees. Their bite is particularly pain painful,
ful, painful, and causes the part affected to
swell up as if poisoned. One of our
soldiers was incapacitated for several
days by a bite of a tucandera. Red
ants: black ants which make broad,
straight roads of their own and move
about in battalions: grayish white ants,
living in red colored mounds, six feet
high: yellow ants each and every one
has its own particular way of making
unwelcome the intruder into its habi habitat.
tat. habitat. "Butterflies during bright sunshine
settled on the surveyors and the instru instruments
ments instruments they were using in snch num numbers
bers numbers that survey work became an im impossibility.
possibility. impossibility. Nor is this all. Wasps of
many colors, but always with a sting:
hornets, which give no mercy to man
or beast: bees of all sizes, some of
which swarm in one's shirt, eyes. hair,
ears, mouth and nostrils seeking mois moisture.
ture. moisture. Every blade of grass has a tick
of some sort, waiting opportunity to
bury itself in some one's flesh.
"Spids. horrid hairy creatures, with
bodies six inches long, are sometimes
met. One of our men was stung or
bitten by one of these when out shoot shooting;
ing; shooting; his foot where he was bitten be became
came became very inflamed and broke out into
raw patches. lie had to be left behind
as we were on the march, and when
we sent for him three weeks later ne
was still limping."
Song Names of the States.
The most beautiful place names in
the world, according to Robert Ixuis
Stevenson, are th;o of North Amer Amer-iva.
iva. Amer-iva. "The names of the states and ter
ritories." he declares in "Across the
Plains." "form themselves into a cho-
rus of sweet -Hid romantic vocables
Delaware. Ohio. Indiana. Florida. Da-
kota. I. Wyoming. Minnesota and
the Carolines There are few poems
rt-ith nnhlor music to the f:!r- M SOIlir-
ful. tuneful land, and if a new
shall arise from the western rontinent
his verse will be enriched, his pages
sing spontaneously, with the names of
states and cities that would strike the
fancy in a business circular."
Soiled Papers.
Large papers or leaves of books that
have become soiled from much han handling
dling handling can be put into perfect condition
if the loose dirt is first rubbed oft with
a piece of bread. Then cover the spots
with blotting paper made damp with
oxalic acid in solution. Lastly pass a
hot iron over the blotting paper until
it dries.
To remove deep set creases in papers
or the leaves of a book put between
two pieces of white blotting paper or
any unsized paper slightly dampened,
and press with a warm iron until the
page is perfectly smooth. New York
The Lotus Eaters.
The race of people to whom the name
"'otus eaters" was applied .was a
Lybian tribe, known to the Greeks
as early as the time of Homer. Herod Herodotus
otus Herodotus describes their country and says
that a caravan route led from it to
Eirypt The lotus still grows there in
zreat abundance a prickly shrub bear bearing
ing bearing a fruit of u sweet taste, compared
by Herodotus to that "f the date. It
is still eaten by the natives, and a kind
of wine is made from its juice.
Those Who Arrive.
A New- York capitalist said at a din
ner in Boston that neither the prudent
man nor the daring man made a suc success
cess success of life
"The prudent gets nowhere." he de declared
clared declared "The daring go to smash. It
is those who mingle the two qualities,
it is the daringly prudent, who arrive.
"In other words." concluded the cap capitalist,
italist, capitalist, "the men who succeed are those
who run risks at a very slow walk."
Washington Star.
Sugar Is Dear In France.
People in France when they dine at
restaurants frequently appropriate the
sugar they don't happen to use. Sugar
in Frame is dear, and what is served
with the coffee belongs by right to the
purchaser as much as the coffee itself.
So why not take a lump or two home
to little Jeanne or Pierre?
Broke the Charm.
"Well, yon are a good little boy.
you usually as quiet as this?"
"No fear, but mother's going to give
me a clockwork engine and a hobby hobbyhorse
horse hobbyhorse if I don't say anything about
your dreadful red nose. London Opin
Literary Aids.
Knicker What hoki bare helped
yon most? Rocker The ones I didn't
re.-ul. they saved my time. New York
The most beautiful of altars Is the
soul of an unhappy creature consoled,
thanking God Victor Hugo


FALL and
Phone 167
Notice is hereby given that in ac-
,' cordance with an order from the
slate superintendent, there will be
iieM in Qcala, beginning on Monday,
n ;n PV!iminatlnn
teachers' certificates, at which
peisuns uesniug iu ieui.ii in .uau-
on county
will have an opportunity
to qualify in the malter of examina examination.
tion. examination. I hope a number will apply, as
we are hort of teachers.
I wish to give notice that no cer certificate
tificate certificate taken by a person living in
Marion county, in another county,
will be honored here and I wish to
emphasize our policy of giving pref preference
erence preference in appointment to those hold holding
ing holding Marion county certificates.
I also wish to call attention of all
parties interested to the ruling of
the state board that all teachers of
high school subjects will in future
have to have not only a first grade,
but a special certificate covering the
work they propose to do. This, of
course, would not apply to those
holding state certificates.
Very truly yours,
J. II. Brinson, County Supt.
The following schedule Is not pali
for, but Is primed for th- Inforinaiion
jf the public. The railroads are re re-iur:ed
iur:ed re-iur:ed to send in i.orrections when whenever
ever whenever necessary.
9 (Limited)..
1:25 p.m.
2:33 p.m.
1:40 a.m.
2:30 a.m.
1:05 p.m.
4:23 p.m.
.1:05 p.m
.2:30 p.m.
. 1 a.m.
.North boa nil
2 2:23 a.m.
4 12:50 p.m.
10 (Limited) .4:20 p m.
Tlie limited leaves Jacksonville at
!1:30 a. m. and arrives in Tampa at 6
p. in. It leaves Tampa at 1 p. m. and
arrives in Jacksonville at 7:30 p. m. It
siui-s only at TurKey Creek, Plant City,
Dade City, W'ldwdod. Ocala. Starke
and Waldo
Southbound Jai. and St. Peternbnrs;
Arrive Leave
No.. 9 10:25 p.m. 10:4 p.m.
No. 39 2:40 p.m. 2:42
Southbound -Ocala and Lakeland
So. 25 (Sunnyjim) 6:40 a.m.
.Northbound Jax. and S. Peterabnra;
Arrive Leave
No. 10 5:19 a.m 5:20 a.m.
No. 40 12:54 p.m. 1:14 p.m.
.Northbound -Lakeland and Oeala
No. 32 (Sunnyjim) Arrive S:50 p.m.
Ocala and Hodohiii
lave No. 43 8:20 anx
'eave No. 47 2:25 p.m.
Arrive No. 44 12:50 p.m.
rr4ve No. 48 5:00 p.m.
When the Truth Is Lost.
Every duty e omit obscures some
truth we should have known. John
Bound to Have Some Kick.
"Don't you want to see the world
a place of complete peace and har
mony?" "No," replied Mr. Growcher.
"Just as soon as you get the world
peaceful and harmonious a lot of peo people
ple people --ise and kick because com.-'
p been eiiininated."




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Furniture and Household Furnish Furnish-ng
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new and second-hand furniture.
We make a specialty of the IN INSTALLMENT
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Try our method, you will like it.
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clare 1 almost felt as If 1 had died and
gone to heaven and was being wel welcomed
comed welcomed by an angel
Our first waking thought was for
the ship. She was still there in be
offing. She had been hove to during
the night. 1 could imagine vh;ti :u-i
debate and wrangliug there were
aboard her.
The day that pas! was lundi
tbe afternoon Ik fore. Although we

were by this time i i tsaaueii mat thej

reef wa an aloii.te protection, a
vague possibility that they iu:nl de de-Vise
Vise de-Vise liJeUIis to a it iu so.u- vv

I kept us uneasy ou the sand. We ui;;.-i

have them under observation. We

e eager lo explore i:e oe.iuuini

.impart. I.nt

Being a True Account of Certain

Strange and Wonderful Adven- J j wer

tures of Master John Hampdon, j vale inclosed by the huge

Seaman, and Mistress Lucy f i we diJ u,Jl d:m to u!u',v w- ',,!J,d
ywrn r .1 i X not watch the .-lijp. We did walk

WUDenorce, oenuewoman, in .j.

the Great South Seas.



X Cowrttt. 1912. fcy Cyrus lownsend Brady

4 1 1 1 M 1 1 I H 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 H

Inside the Barrier.

E trudged along the sand pnr-

llel to the boat, which was

ollowing the course of the

along the shore and ascend the giant
stairs in the afternoon, theu. while she
watched the sea within calling dis distance
tance distance of me. I mauaged to penetrate
the jungle with ax iu hand, so that
finally I made shift to cut down a
cocoa palm tree, and we gathered as
many delicious uuts as we could carry
and returned to the shore.
That night the sun set amid lowering

clouds. With a sailor's weather sense, j
I was sure that we should have a I
storm. Pimball and Glibby sensed it
too. We could see them making things I
snug alow and aloft. They were good J
enough seamen, as far as that gnes. j
The wind, if it came, would be off j
shore, and there would be no danger
of the ship being driven upon our reef. j

a feeling of awe that we stood for tne
first time within the vast cup at the
foot of the Inner stairs, completely
nhut out from the world by the great
towering rampart of rock which en-
jrely Inclosed us. 1 had never felt so
far removed from the world as then.
Outside, of course, the limitless ocean
ran beyond the barrier reef, but one
could follow it unto the dim. faroff
distance with his vision. Within the

i cup the glance fell uiou the rocky

wall on every hnud. It was almost
like being in a prison for all its tropic
Beneath the trees and quite invisible
from above, a paved road or path,
barely wide enough for four to walk
abreast upon, extended straight across
the island to the hnioek in the middle,
while smaller paths semed to follow
the course of the walls on either side.
The giound was gently rolling, and the
road, though overgrown in places aud
badly broken, was in much better con condition
dition condition than the broader path on the

A BAD LIVER robs you of energy, strength and
ambition. To rid yourself of the burden, take
s i r.i r.i o rj s
It is a fine strengthening medicine for a torpid liver. The weakened
organ responds promptly to its powerful reviving influence. It corrects
the stomach and digestion. Purifies and regulates the bowels. Drives
out that languid half-sick feeling, makes you feel bright, vigorous
and cheerful. Try it.

old ut euura. wc. umi ncuii, ..
Ak for tbe grnsiDe with the Bed Z on the label. If you cannot re remit to

ead by mail postpaid. t-:mmooi Liver Regulator ia pot up aiaa la liquid torn lor
it. Price. $1.00 per bottie. Look lor the. ed Z label.

a. v will


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

Between .Market and Laundry
0-11 dly
Phone 4SI. OCALA. FLA.

The wood season will soon be

here, and it isn't a bad plan to
prepare for its coming now.
am in shape to fill a limited
amount of orders for well sea seasoned
soned seasoned OAK WOOD in any desir desired
ed desired lengths. Get my prices before
laying in your fall and winter
supply. Call Phone 114, or leave
your orders at the Count's Gro Grocery
cery Grocery Store, Cor Ft. King avenue
and S. Main street.

barrier reef, seeking what I

knew they would not find an entrance
rr tho lfii'nnn nm thence to the island.

i,c which they seemed to have forgotten

1 lie liliiO'MI UJIIunru iti j
had it not been for the roar of thej
n-ovow in th reef a hail could easily i

hamed to sav l,;:5 us 1 m.tue uuus snu ir iut?

night. She would be perfectly protect-

but there were islands to leeward.

which I remembered.
I explained all this to my little mis-

have carried. I am a-

that I used insulting gestures on oc

casion, whereat some of them stood up;
in the boat and shook their rits in ours
direction. Although 1 was sure they j

ed by the overhang of the cliff and the
overturned boat, and I told her. al

though 1

that the

And so


left her alone in the boat.
..... ........i....... i, .. i )

could not reach us. their presence was;
, o.M.u e :i nd a -hairier to us. After pvoind .rotc t me from the w.nd and

v..... :.! niT-.l t!in li'Tirtli of the is-!

l:dthevave it up and went back to' After prayers again and a long
....... seawjifil we went to s!e-ti

the shin winch had tonowea tueir. .

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course. j
By this time the day was far spent.,
r-..t l-i ..! iwr tr si! id came to

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About nddnicht. so far as I could

judge. I was awakened. The storm
broke with all the suddenness and in-

Such peals of

dingv. We were hungry. The pro-! ; "( 1 --- -visions
we had taken with us we had! "r witnessed, although I had

the place

eaten during the journey. The tirt

i been in many storms throughout the

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busmess was supper. I had notx ea
i .i.r c,r.rp! tress Lucy came out from her loat and
some cocoanut trees and other strange,
. e 1 1, .1 T-,,.,r ,,f stood beside me as we leaned against
tropica fruits, so I had no fear or
1 .. 1 the cliff while the storm drove hariu-

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We Went Directly to the Stair and
Mounted Them.

land indefinitely: therefore I was rmtt

lessly over our heads

died a tire and made shift to bU some

We had neither milk nor sugar

the vivid flashes of lightning. She was

i making fearful weather of it. She

t the taste of civilization did us good.; ship, and the huge
or the night I capsized the liuat j waves fairly rolled over her Once she




1 if i.r.iii':f the coral

ana o..t- ; -- l0I1)1 T thought she was gone. 1 didn't
wall, spread the sad and boat cloak

upon the clean, dry sand, gave her one

blanket and bade her take her rest
was snug, dry and comfortable.

went over nearly on her beam ends.

view her position with a great deal of

Majority of Friends Thought Mr.
Hughes Would Die, But
One Helped Him to


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

ti-r tha w;i11 I siinnnisp tho fact with thermovisions. We kin-' hiP t intervals by wa Bneltered r)rotected it. We

passed along it for a mile and a hall
without much difficulty.
Finally we landed at the foot of tht
hillock. As I had observed from the
wall it wa9 grass grown and tree clad.
Indeed, we should have been hard put
to it to have ascended it, so dense was
the vegetation, had it not been for the
fact that the path was continued
around the hill constantly mounting
Where it ran the somewhat shallow
earth had been cut away on the hill hillside
side hillside and the rock surface laid bare. Of
course this path was frightfully overgrown'

We ascended with the utmost care, j
I finally drew my little mistress, her j
face bedewed as well as my own. up

the last step ascent and stood upon 1

er. Anything will rouse me." I

reassuringly. j out, although the great surging seas I
"I would not have you harmed,' til! ,rok. tremendously over the bar- j
either." she persisted. rjor rf.ef an,i the spray shot a score of
I shall not be." feet or more alove the crests of the j
"There may be wild beasts." i highest waves. It was onlv the reflex i

"I do not think there is an animal of tin- storm, however, for during the
on this island." 1 laughed, "and wej ujjrUt the wind had subsided into a
have seen no signs of man. The ship gent ie breeze.
11 hnvp attracted the at- i Wh,

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regret either. Presently she drove off
lcfore the wind with a rag of her fore-
toris'l still sluiTvin? and flint ycm flip

lint i-iiiiV" vliu nsked. '.

.".v . i last we saw or tier .or uer men. we
"1 shall do very well here with my thollg))t
boat cloak and one of the blankets, and
w,u ., lt Storm bound under the lee of the
I shall he across the stern of taeboatj
between it and the cliff, out of sight., next altllonsh our onlv
f .ut within touch or call if yon need, , ,


'I am afraid," she said softly.

misfortune was the inclemency of the

weather, for we were completely shel sheltered,
tered, sheltered, and we had plenty of the refresh-

xothing ean come ro jon enn-i. lu inik Qf tnt. cocoanut to varv our

over my i)(ay. ana l am a ugui siecp-, t, f T sw.on t d:lv ;lftpr it

Pomeroyton, Ky. In interesting ad advices
vices advices from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes
writes as follows: "I was down with
stomach trouble for five (5) years, and
would have sick headache so bad, at
times, that 1 thought surely I would die.
I tried different treatments, but they
did not seem to do me any good.
I got so bad, I could not eat or sleep,
and all my friends, except one, thought I
would die. He advised me to try
Thedford's Black-Draught, and quit

taking other medicines. I decided to
take his advice, although I did not have
any confidence in it.
1 have now been taking Black-Draught
for three months, and it has cured me
haven't had those awful sick headaches
since I began using it.
I am so thankful for what Blac!: Blac!:-Draught
Draught Blac!:-Draught has done for me."
Thedford's Black-Draught has been

found a very valuable medicine for de derangements
rangements derangements of the stomach and liver. It
is composed of pure, vegetable herbs,
contains no dangerous ingredients, and
acts gently, yet surely. It can be freely
used by young and old, and should be
kept in every family chest
Get a package today.
Only a quarter. j-3


began the tempest finally blew itself; uu l,t!l- J

w e ouia now see w u me iop i
the hill had seemed level when wc
first looked at it from the wall. In Indeed,
deed, Indeed, the coral rock rose in a sharp
escarpment eiirht or ten feet above the

highest treetops. makjntr a sort of ta-
blelnnd or platform. This level, proba proba-1
1 proba-1 b!y artificial, had been paved with the
! huge, dark grav rock of the stairs and;

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services if he knows that you are ob observing
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A mild, gentle and effective laxa

tive is what people demand when

tention of some one had not tbe island; ins twn, ,Vas. of course, no sign of I sti,t,les anJ Pathways, i maj saj 11 imaeination as well as observation suffering form constipation. Thous-

orauou oi iV tn ands swear by Dr. King s .ew L.ue

been deserted.'

'Rut those men out there?

the ship. Our first inclination, and I Pnsl that in nil our expl

! there was none to say us nay now. was j

Yon forget the rampart that God j to mount the stairs, cross the wall t:nd

has flung about us. Now. madam, you
can go to sleep in safety. 1 assure you."
I'efore that." she said, dropping
down on her knees in the sand and
motioning me to follow her example,
which I did awkwardly enough I hope

I am not a mocker or disbeliever, nut -openings which gave "entrance to the

look for that cave. We had neither j
chart nor record left, we had but our j
memories to trust to. but we were both j

agreed that the cave lay in the inner
wall and that the parchment said it
was the central one of three adjacent

I confess that I didn't often bend the

knee'we will have a, prayer to together."
gether." together." She had slipped a little prayer book
within her dress, and she now drew
it forth from her bosom and by the

light of the fire read the Psalm of Da

treasure chamber. And we could get
a bearing on it from the central hill.
Now I had noticed that the coral
wall lth on the outer and inner sides
was honeycombed with openings, rifts,
fissures and caves which, by the way.

j were more frequent and deeper on the

the island, which however, was noi
very thorough or complete owing tc
the shortness of our stay upon it. we j
saw no quarry whence this rock could j
have been taken, and the only way ot j
nooonntinsr for its presence was that

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weakness, debility, constipa- i

seas by the makers of the monument? ; tion or kindev troubles should use ;

and stairs, whoever they might havt Electric Bitters. They give relief

been. They must have had large sea seaworthy
worthy seaworthy vessels and adequate means of
land transportation, to say nothing of
a most considerable engineering abil
ity to accomplish these mighty works.
Well, the level top of the hillock was

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have 1 called unto thee. O Lora. Lord,
hear my voice.' And then she prayed,
using some of the old collects of the
church and adding one of her own
making in which she besought God to
care for us further, while she thanked

him for having raised up a defense
for her in my poor person, only she did
not so describe it. I listened very hum humbly,
bly, humbly, saying a heartfelt "Amen" at the
There was a silence for a little space
when she had finished, and in that si silence
lence silence I devoted myself before God to
her service again, and then she rose
and gave me her hand.
"Yon have leen a true knight and
gentleman." she said softly, her eyes
shining, "and I thank you."
I could only take it dumbly and
stare at her like the great fool I was.
whereat she smiled brightly, although
her eyes suddenly filled with tears.
"And now." she added: "God keep
you Good night."
I then kissed her extended hand
which she suffered without resistance.
1 sat for a long time tefore the tire,
thinking and making plans for oui es
cape The ship didn't give me nin. r.
concern, because I was sure she
couldn't come at us and in the end she
must go away and leave us.
A long time I sat there until I
finally fell asleep. I must have slept
some time and soundly for 1 was
wearied. It was she who awakened
me. When I opened my eyes and saw
her sweet face bending over me and
btard her dear voice calling me I de-

should have been compelled painfully
and lalorionsIy to search the whole

lnnkine' for mp to die. when mv son

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face of the cliff in its extent of fifteen parallel to tne sides or me p.aieau u, n. r.. duu "uc jm,.

a huge stone platform or altar peruaps or at.


miles or so. but for the further direc direction
tion direction of the parchment. I was thank thankful
ful thankful that, sailor like, old Sir Philip had
given us the bearing. How did his
words run? Something like this, my
memory told me.
"Toe fynde ye mouthe of ye tresur
cave take ye bearings alonge ye southe
of ye three Ooddes on ye Altar of
Skulls on ye middel hllle. Wh. ye line
strykes ye bigge knicke in ye walle
with ye talle palmme. his tree, bee
three hoales. Climle ye stones. Enter
ye centre. Yt is"
Plainly our first duty was to descend
into the Inclosed valley and explore
the hillock in the center. I made no
doubt but that we should find some
sort of an altar and more of those curi curious
ous curious stone images there. If they still
remained the rest of our task would be
com pa ra ti vely easy.
With this determination, therefore,
we set out. As I did not know how
loni: our exploration would require and
as I rather thought we should have to
make a day of it. we started betimes.
Indeed, as we invariably retired short shortly
ly shortly after sunset we naturally rose at
break of day. I took along food
enough for the day. knowing that we
could iret water from the brooks and
certain fruits which I judged would
be good for us from the trees.
We went directly to the stairs and
mounted them. Delaying but little on
the crest, we crossed it rapidly and
finally entered thp valley Tt was with

Kio feet long by TO feet wide. Com-j

pletely surrounding this altar, our
some "distance away from it so as to
make an aisle perhaps ten feet in

width, rose a line of huge statues carv- Chisr

ed. like those at the foot of the stairs,
into the semblance of monstrous hu human
man human faces. Not one of them was like

another. There was variation in eacn

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Ocala, Florida

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All were ugly, but all were iireiise ana
were singularly enough European.

(Continued Tomorrow)
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Church 900 Year Old.
The nine-hundredth anniversary

the oak-walled parish church of

Greenstead, near Ongar. Essex, Eng- s - wti-
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