The Ocala evening star


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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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VOL. 20.
NO. 126



l liirnr imnrn r-

nut i mi uui
L'vplo-ion Destroyed German' Great
Atrial Craft and Kverv
Van A boat d
Berlin. Oct. IS. The newest ani
largest of the Zeppelin war airships,
the L-Il. was destroyed in midair by
an explosion yesterday. All hut one
of twenty-eight military men on
hoard, including the entire admir admiralty
alty admiralty trial board, were killed.
The disaster occurred just above
the main street of the city of Johan Johan-nisthal.
nisthal. Johan-nisthal. while the big dirigible, .".00
feet long, was making a trial trip
preliminary to its acceptance as the
flagship of the new Cerman aerial
navy. The shattere 1 hulk of the air airship,
ship, airship, a mass of blazing canvas and
crumpled aiuminuin. dropped ton
feet into the public highway.
Hundreds of people who had been
watching the flight from parks and
housetops, rushed to the scene. There
was nothing to be done except to
take oat the dead bodies of the vic victims
tims victims of the disaster from the mass of
twisted wreckage.
Lieut. Baron von BLii of the
Queen Augusta Guards, wh') was
making the trip as a gue.-t. was the
only survivor of the wreck. He was
horribly burned and will die.
The admiralty trial board consist consisted
ed consisted of seven officers, including Lieu Lieutenant
tenant Lieutenant Commander Behnisch and
Senior Lieutenant Freyer of t lie
Herman naval Hying corps. The air airship's
ship's airship's pilot was Captain Glund, r.
veteran steersman in the employ of
Count Zeppelin. Xaval Engineer
Busch were among those on board.
The dirigible left the balloon hall
at Johannisthal and headed for Ber Berlin,
lin, Berlin, a short distance away. Every Everything
thing Everything was apparently in good order
on the airship. She was gradually
getting up speed when suddenly an
explosion was heard. A flash shot
out and the next instant the whole
ship was afire and plunging down downward.
ward. downward. Every inch of the canvas
covering and the balloonettes disaj disaj-peared
peared disaj-peared in a moment.
A second and more violent explos explos-sion
sion explos-sion was then heard, the fire having
reached the gasoline tanks filled
with about a ton of liquid fuel. Be Before
fore Before the echoes of the explosion had
died down the wreck of the most
modern of Germany's dirigibles lay
a flaming mass on the ground.
Pioneers armed with axes, hacked
at the structure for two hours be before
fore before they extricated the last of the
bodies of the victims.
The six inmates of the center gon gondola
dola gondola had been blown through the
sides of the car by the first explo explosion
sion explosion and their bodies fell a quarter
of a mile from the wreck of the bal balloon,
loon, balloon, which was traveling at forty
miles an hour when the accident
Beside Those Lost in the Zeppelin,
Germany Mourns Three Brave
and Skillful Btrdnien
Berlin. Oct. IS. Not only the
German nitvy but the army as well
suffered from aviation accidents Fri Friday.
day. Friday. Three army officers belonging
to the flying corps were killed yes yesterday
terday yesterday in aeroplane accidents.
Captain Haezler. Lieutenant Koch
and Sergeant Mante. all of the Ger German
man German army aviation corps, were vic victims
tims victims of a fatal aeroplane accident.
Captain Haezler. accompanied by
Lieutenant von Freyherg and Lieu Lieutenant
tenant Lieutenant Koch, left Berlin with in instructions
structions instructions to fly to points in Silesia

"Why Pay lore"



and Bavaria, respectively to deliver1
military messages.
The motor of Captain Haezler's
aeroplane broke down when thej
aviators were in the vicinity of Bres- ;
lan. Captain Haezler endeavored to:
make an emergency landing. Thf j
machine settled in a treetop and;
Captain Haezler was pinned in be-!
jneath the motcr with an arm and
i both legs broken. His companion J
J Lieutenant Freyherg. was not injur-j
!ed. He clambered down and secured'
help but after endeavoring for sev several
eral several hours with assistance to extri extricate
cate extricate his companion the gasoline tank
of the aeroplane exploded and Cap Captain
tain Captain Haezler was burned to death.
Lieutenant Koch and Sergeant
Mante fell with their aeroplane near
Wuerherg. Both were instantly
Annual State Meeting of the W. C.
T. I", to he Held in St.
A ugiMiiie
The annual cement ion of the
Flori 'a Woman's Christian Temper Temperance
ance Temperance I'nion will he held in St. Au Au-istlne.
istlne. Au-istlne. opening Tuesday evening.
Nov. lsth. and closing Friday eve evening.
ning. evening. Nov. 1'lst. 1913.
This is the :!tth convention of the
ate union and will be a most im important
portant important gathering of temperance
workers. Eery union is urged tc
have !t least one delegate present
and its full accrelitel representation
will be most warmly welcomed.
Send names soon to Mrs. L. L.
Pickett. 14 Joiner street. St. Augus Augustine,
tine, Augustine, y
.Mrs. Mary Harris Armor of Ma Macon,
con, Macon, (la., will be the convention
speaker. Many excellent papers and
conferences will make every meet meeting
ing meeting of the three days interesting and
A campaign for state wide prohi prohibition
bition prohibition will be inaugurated at this
convention. Be present with your
aid and be sure to remain to the
very last meeting.
All unions and individuals having
banners, posters or pictures of tem temperance
perance temperance parades are requested tc
bring them to the convention.
Minnie E. Xeal, President.
Mbel Perkins-Dean, Rec. Sec'y.
cfkicf.ks norr.TED LLL1S'
Story of Sucide Part Seemed Sus Suspicious
picious Suspicious and he Finally
Owned Cp
Chicago. Oct. IT. Mrs. William
Ellis was found dead in her bed
room in a local hotel here yesterday.
Her throat had been cut and she had
been shit twice under the left arm.
William Ellis, a wealthy leather
merchant of Cincinnati, was stag staggering
gering staggering about the room, his throat
and wrist gashed and suffering from
thre iiullet wounds, when hotel em employes
ployes employes burst into the room.
He was taken to a hospital where
he declared his wife had killed her herself
self herself and he had attempted to kill
himself in carrying out a suicide
Evidence gathered by the police,
however, caused them to doubt Ellis'
story and he was removed to the
Bridwell hospital, where he will be
kept under police guard until full
information is received. His wounds
are not serious. He confessed he
killel his wife while drunk.
GARDENGLO. an extract that is
delicate,, fragrant and a lasting odor,
made by Solon Palmer, $2 per ounce.
Same can be had at the Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. 10-10 tf.
Jad Salts, the one that you are
after, can be had at the Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. 10-10-tf




Says There is Xo Truth in Charges
of Cowardice Against Men
of His Ship
New York, Oct. IT Francis Inch,
the boyish-looking Briton who com commanded
manded commanded the burned steamer Voltur Voltur-no.
no. Voltur-no. came to port last night bringing
with him eighty-seven survivors,
passengers and crew of his ill-fated
vessel. His story of t lie disaster, in
which l:?. lives were had pre preceded
ceded preceded him by wireless, but in a cab cabin
in cabin of the steamship Kroonland.
which brought him here, Capt. Inch
told his tail in a simple phras phras-e
e phras-e 1 and modestly spoken detail that
mure vividly described the pano panorama
rama panorama of the Volturno's loss and the
rescue of more than .".iki of those on
Xo Cowardice on Ship
"There was no cowardice on the
Voiturno, either among odicers or
crew," said Inch. "There was no
rush of seamen which made it neces necessary
sary necessary for him to warn them back
with his revolver. His revolver was
in a drawer in his cabin and it
burned with the ship. And no one
o:i board drew a revolver. These
statements he intended should re refute
fute refute the stories told by steerage pas passengers
sengers passengers who arrived yesterday on
the Grosser Kurfuerst.
The Volturno's master, besides de defending
fending defending his own officers and men,
said he had no criticism to make of
the tactis of any of the boats that
stood by.
"The Carmania did its best, the
same as the others," he said. "There
is nothing but praise for every one.
I did not expect a boat could live
in those seas when the Carmania
and the other first few ships came
The Carmania did drop a boat.
Inch declared, but it could not get
near for the Volturno drifted faster
than the crew could row. Later the
Carmania sent forty-six rafts, but
they drifted across the Volturno's
bow and disappeared. More than
that the Carmania could not do. said
Twenty Passengers Drowned
Eighteen cabin and two steerage
passengers entered the first life lifeboat
boat lifeboat that ventured to leave the Vol Volturno.
turno. Volturno. Only enough of the crew
steppe 1 into the boat tp man it. said
Inch: they did not rush to it and it
was not overcrowded it entangled
itself in its aftertacle and capsized.
All in it were drowned, except Chief
Officer Miller and a steward who
climbed into it after it had been
righted and were rescued.
In the next boat went thirty pas passengers
sengers passengers and ten sailors. This boat
got away, but has not been heard
from. The third boat took off forty,
ten of them sailors. As she settled
into the water ten more jumped
aboard from the Volturno's deck. A
wave swept it under the Volturno's
stern. "She just sat on at and
crushed it out of sight." said Inch.
"The bos'n dived and was the only
one to escape."
Inch denied reports of rotten tack tackle
le tackle and fire hose and of unsafe life lifeboats.
boats. lifeboats. He counted only three ex ex-rdosions.
rdosions. ex-rdosions. the last one wrecking the
wheel and compass, so that a hand
gear had to be rigged.
Inch denied stories of steerage
passengers that women were swept
overboard and babies trampled on
in a rush to be rescued in the Gross Grosser
er Grosser Kurfuerst's first boat. Officers
urged men and women to jump
overboard, for the life boat could
not get near enough for them to be

aiHe (Dim EMna CoaiUs

Bo (OolaHnnTiaiirrio .Ocala. Ma

lowered into it. Xone dared to
"Show them how to jump," Inch
told his crew.
Pas-engers Leaped Overboard
Two at a time then leaped over
the rail. When passengers saw
them reach the life boat they fol followed
lowed followed them into the sea. With the
boat hooks and oars some were res rescued.
cued. rescued. Others went to their death.
Xo women were removed in this
"Before I climbed down I went :

over the ship to see if anyone re re-mainel."
mainel." re-mainel." Inch sail. "The fire had
eaten its way beyond amidships un un-jder
jder un-jder the decks. I found no one alive,
i though there were bodies in the
! forecastle. I went to the rail with
' my dog. wrapped in a blanket. I
leaned over. Here, I said 'catch my
baby." I dropped the dog into the
arms of a Kroonland officer in the
lifeboat. He opened the blanket
ten lerly. 'Why. it's a dog.' he said.
"1 thought it was your kid.'"
i Inch's three kids and their moth mother
er mother are in London. One of his first
, acts when he arrived here was to
send them a cablegram. Their
t father' went thirty-six hours without
eating or drinking, refusing to leave
the work of firefighting "I smok smok-el.
el. smok-el. smoked about all the time, cig cig-,ars.
,ars. cig-,ars. pipes, cigarettes, anything I
I could get." said Inch. A blast of
heat blinded his eyes with pain, and
; the skin peeled from his face when
he received his first medical atten attention
tion attention after being rescued.
I Among the survivors on the
: Kroonland were three children, the
1 wehereabouts of their parents un unknown.
known. unknown. PLEASANT DAY
Fifteen Pretty Southern Girls Will
Call at the White House
December 1 1
Washington, Oct. IS. Fifteen
girls, one from each of fifteen south southern
ern southern states, will visit Washington,
probably on December 11, as a re reward
ward reward for their success in being
awarded first place in the girls' can canning
ning canning club state contests, the depart department
ment department of agriculture announced to today.
day. today. Women agents of the canning
clubs will assemble here at the same
time and will act as chaperones for
the girls. The department estimates
that 2.", nno girls have been enrolled
in the canning clubs of the southern
states this year. Each girl is sup supposed
posed supposed to have carried out a definite
project in gardening on a tenth-acre
plot. The girls have raised toma tomatoes,
toes, tomatoes, principally, but frequently they
al.-o cultivate string beans, cucum cucum-l.ers.
l.ers. cucum-l.ers. peppers, okra and other vege vegetables.
tables. vegetables. Canning club work among the
girls of the South began four years
azo under the direction of the bu bureau
reau bureau cf plant industry in coopera cooperation
tion cooperation with various private agencies.
Prizes have been given heretofore
but never have the winners of the
state contests been sent in a body to
Washington, although the state win winners
ners winners in the boys' corn clubs have
been rewarded in this manner.
Guadalajara. Oct. IS. Two Am American
erican American citizens and one Mexican were
kiliel on Tuesday as the result of a
feud at Hostotipaquillo. a Mexican
mining camp, in the state of Jalisco
about eighty miles to the northwest
of this city. Twenty-five foreigners
there were threatened with extermi extermination.
nation. extermination. The dead Americans are Thomas
Barrett, a mine manager, and Will William
iam William Kendall, a mine employe.


Legislature Cannot, on Account of
the Constitution. Pass an
Alien Land Law
Tallahassee, Oct. IS. Governor
Trammell states that after giving
the matter some thought, he is of
the opinion that regardless of the'
question as to whether or not, as a
matter of policy, it would be wise to
convene the legislature in special
session to consider the passage of an
alien land law, that until the consti


tution of this state is amended the Washington. Oct. IT. After a
legislature could not constitutionally conference between Attorney Gene Gene-enact
enact Gene-enact such law. He makes refer- ral McReynoIds and Superintendent
ence to section iy of the "Declara- of Prisons La Dan- regarding the
lion of Rights" of the constitution cnarge of cruelty and unsatisfactory
of the state of Florida, which pro- fare at the Atlanta prison, made by
vides as follows: J tlian Hawthorne and Dr. W. J.
"Foreigners shall have the same Morton. Warden Mover of the peni peni-right
right peni-right as to the ownership, inheri- tentiary was instructed to make a
tance and disposition of property in report in the matter,
this state as citizens of the state." Contradicts 'Hawthorne's Charges
The governor calls attention to Atlanta, Oct. IS. Thomas M. C.
the fact that the present constitu- Bram, the sailor, who spent seven seven-tion
tion seven-tion in this provision goes further teen vears in the federal peniien peniien-in
in peniien-in the matter of giving to foreigners tary lhe last seven here in tne At
the right of the ownership of prop- lanta lirison comes to the defense
erty than was true of section IT of of Warden Mover, who was severely
the "Declaration of Rights" of the a-CUi:el Jn an interview given out
old constitution "of lST.S. The old t,y jurian Hawthorne, the novelist,
constitution provided that "Foreign- j unon h5s reiease from the prison
ers who are. or may hereafter be- j yesterday.
come bona fide residents of the. The most sensational charge was
state, shall enjoy the same rights in :hat mae bv Hawthorne and Dr.
respect to the possession, enjoyment Morton, his ,irison mate, who declar declar-and
and declar-and inheritance of property as na-jel that the ,,rjSOners were starved
the born citizens." jn tne interests of economy so that
In view of the above provisions of the warden Could make a good re re-the
the re-the present constitution and also in pnrt Bram declares that while he
view of the fact that an amendment was Jn cnarge of the prison commi commi-to
to commi-to the constitution can only be oiTer- sarv Dr Morton brought an order
el and submitted at a regular ses- warden Mover directing Bram
sion of the legislature, the governor to give Morton an the milk and
seems to be of the opinion that a eggs he desired and anything he
special session of the legislature to wantej from the prison store,
deal with the Japanese problem Morton complained that he had
would be futile, it being his opinion ive;1 mostly on mUk an(1 eggs and
that an anti-alien land law would be eo,,(1 not eat the ,,rison fare hence
in violation of the constitution. lhe order From then on he said
The governor says, while Califor- Dr Morton made out his own bill of
nia passed such law, the constitution fare three tiines a dav; he had a
of that state contains no such pro- (lozen eggK if ne wanted them, and
vision as that found in the Florida a, ,he nr-lk he 0OuI1 drink
constitution, but to the contrary.' ..Tliere Was always plenty of god
section IT of the "Bill of Rights" of fooJ on th? table,"said Bram "a'
the constitution of California as r(?al efficiency for every prisoner,
amended November fi. 1S04, specifi- anl jf a man left the table nnngry,
cally authorizes the legislature of u was of his own volition."
that state to enact such law. j Bram said he had seen the soli-
" tary confinement cell, and declared
FATE OF A FILlBl'STFJl I it was cooler than any other and had
, no stench and no chains. He had
An Everyday Hero Who Lived for "ever heard in all the seven years of

Others and Died Alone

Orlando Sentinel: Capt. Joh ,Je caM hJ Was Hawthorne's room room-Dunn,
Dunn, room-Dunn, who was with Napoleon B. mae for several months and never
Broward during his filibustering ex- hparl Mm yojce a sJngle complaint,
petitions to Cuba when the revolu-; He declared that Mov er was broa I
tion was on in that island, was an liberal and WOuld go the limit
found dead Sunday in an abandon-, frr every ,irisoner. Bram will make
el hut near Jacksonville. Captain an irteresting witness in the con con-Dunn
Dunn con-Dunn won a place in history by his grfss;cnal investigation that has
daring during the filibustering expe- npen j,romised.
ditiens of the Broward tug, "The n a der,jaoh from Indianapolis-.
Three Friends." He was a ready v.hpre Warden Mover now is, he
raconteur of those thrilling trips Favs h,s answer to Hawthorne and

when among his friends, and pos possessed
sessed possessed the spirit of adventure that

h? brought fame and fortune to pXeryor,e wfco wishes to do so to
others. But Capt. Dunn was not a Cf)me oat an3 make an investigation
fortune hunter, nor did he seek no- Qf tne rrjson j;e says he promptly
toriety. He was one of the plain he- wjred the department of justice as
roes of every-day life. He had lived gnr.n 2S he gaw a statement of the
much to himself and died as he had ft1?r!roS Pn-j asked for a complete in in-lived,
lived, in-lived, j estigation.

Paris. Oct. IT. Provisional Pres-
ident Huerta has obtained a loan of
$2.6oi.tiH in Paris, chiefly, accord-
ing to circumstantial reports, thru

the influence of the chiefs of the
Cathofic aprty.
Jose Mora, archbishop of the state
of Mexico, came to Europe recently
partly on this account. The loan was

; on short bills to be re-paid out of
! the proceeds of the unissued portion
of the loan arranged last spring.
Thomas Brain, who Sent Seventeen
Years Within Its Walls, Says
Hawthorne's Charges are
Xot True
; a man ueing cnamea up me
Morton is, "come and see for your yourself.
self. yourself. ." He extends an invitation to
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
f t


(LP 0

i. Y i
Instead of at the Hall Park Monday
Afternoon Ocala Should Turn
Out iu Force


K. of P. meet Monday evening.

Odd Fellows meet Tuesday nighl

Council meets Tuesday evening.

Blank books and stationery of al

kinds at The Murray Co.

The football game next Monday
atternoon will be played at the fair

grounds Instead of the ball park.

The reason for this is that there is

not room enough on the baseball

! ,Hjiik n 1 fr.?- tho lu'n TPflr!TS til ulav.

... ... tri.t of u.rJ The Ocala team is made up ot a



Capt. J. A. Tucker received his

commission this afternoon from Govj

"7, peace ior ine m i u.iu, H1 :; .. ,...,,.

t r1 ,.A lota TncJ SJUI.CU U UUl tuw. -""

, w v-w..... Thpv h'u worked hard to mif them-

tipp. levies. I Cantain Tucker s Torn-,

Fre.h oysters daily, "any style. ; m dnn was issued some two weekt ,

t n.rin.s.tfi e onfl vnt- tion. The opposing team is mostly

, n ,v made up ot the younger students of

You can get your pictures framed I the governor, pending some protests the Fniversity of Honda They are
at The Murray Company. 10-1 S-3t that had been flled. After looking a lively crowd and will put up a
I .n,.ornr martP1 stiff fight. It will be a rattling good

lnio me ihcilici ic fcu....
, .btp nf'game and the btar hopes a large at-

10-3-tfj,e5terday and forwarded it to the j tendance will be at the fair grounds

captain, who is very proud of hiloet;i-

Davies. center; Camp, right guard;

For Sale at

Try Gerig's Havana Smokers; 5c.


Your little girl would like one of i nrnmission as well as his victory. He

the Kewpie dolls at The Murray na3 already filed a splendid bond and






All day yesterday, horny-handed j
sons of toil on the road to Blitchton j
were proudly showing their blisters!

as so many badges of nobility.

will be ready to discharge the dutief ( shoen, right tackle; Dewey, right

nf tho office Monday. end: Miller, left guard; Anderson.

left tackle; Allemand. left end; Da

vis, quarter-back; Blitch, right half;

(Ireen. left half; Davis, full-back.

Substitutes: Small, H., Small, E.,

West Broadway

Absolutely the best. No condensed

milk used. Pint 25 cents, quart 4U

The sprinkling carts were wel

come visitors on Oklawaha avenue j

and other lime surfaced streets to today.
day. today.

ontc P-allnn nacked. $1.50. Deliv

v a w o

i ered to any part of the city.

"The Store Accommodating." Phone
269. 9-29-tf

The work of installing running
hot and cold water in the rooms of
the Ocala House has begun.

A substantial awning will be
erected around the Metropolitan
building on the Magnolia and South
Second street sides within the next
ten days.

The Ocala Plumbing and Electric
Company is preparing to put into its
place a plant for rewinding electric
motors, etc.

Secretary Rooney and the editor
of the Star had a pleasant ride to
Anthony in Mr. Dodd's swift car Fri Friday
day Friday afternoon. They spent the eve evening
ning evening the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E.
H. Swain and met a number of the
good people of Anthony. The Star
will try to tell something about An An-thonv
thonv An-thonv in its next issue.

Bogue, Campbell.


Mr. J. II. Shurtliff, foreman of the
paint department for Mclver & Mac Mac-Kay,
Kay, Mac-Kay, started the work on the Ocala
Country Club building and is expect expecting
ing expecting to finish it this week.

As will be seen by the advertise advertisement
ment advertisement of the Beauty Parlor in today's
paper, the menfolks are not barred
from its benefits. Some of us need

The members of Fort King Camr
who will attend the Fellowship un unveiling
veiling unveiling tomorrow must be sure to be
-at Yonge's hall by 1:30 p. m. tomor tomorrow,
row, tomorrow, and all who can should bring

Now that the Harley Brothers
have decided to remain in Ocala they
will go after the men's clothing bus business
iness business in earnest by a campaign of
systematic advertising. Note their
advertisement in today's paper.

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


Mr. J. R. Shurtliff, foreman for
Mclver & MacKay, has just finished
decorating the walls of Mr. R. L. An Anderson's
derson's Anderson's residence.

Fresh oysters daily, "any style."
Merchant's Cafe. J. R. Dewey.l O-3-tf

Miss Annie. the pretty little

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. D

Rooney, had a painful accident this

morning. She was out pony riding
with Masters Charles Liddon and

Marion Lummus, when the pony

Charles was on kicked the animal

Miss Annie was riding, and he rear

ed, causing her to fall. Her foot

caught in the stirrup and if the pony

hadn't stopped she might have been
killed. The little girl was picked up
by Mrs. Gilmore and some other la ladies
dies ladies and taken into Mrs. Gilmore's
home until Mrs. Rooney could Ik
sent for. Miss Annie is now resting
quietly at home. She has some pain painful
ful painful bruises but will be all right in
a few days.

Toiriig Cars,


Mr. J. D. McDonald of the Ocala
Northern Railroad went to Orlandc
this afternoon and will return tomorrow.

Music and musical instruments at
The Murray Company. 10-1 S-3t

Messrs. F. E. Harris Jr. and Whit Whitfield
field Whitfield Palmer returned today from
their trip to New York. These young
men had a very pleasant time and
their friends are glad to see them
home again.

Latest novels at the Murray Com Company.
pany. Company. 10-1S-3I

For sweet milk, buttermilk, cream
and butter, call phone 42. Sanitary
Milk Supply Co., corner Fort King
and South Magnolia street. 10-17-tf

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

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. 9-2 2-tf

Mr. Rentz of Ocala, who is in the
sawmill business very extensively at
Silver Springs and other places, is
here establishing an office and a
crosstie business. Citronelle item in
Crystal River News.

They are worth looking at even if
vou don't buy those nobby Hawes

and John B. Stetson hats at Water

man's haberdashery. 9-22-tf


Summerfield, Fla.. Oct. IS.
The Ocala Weekly Star: In the
last issue the Star says: "Is your
subscription due?" And quicker than

you could say, "John Rogers, 1

looked on the margin, and sure

enough I am behind the lighthouse.

But, say, my good fellows, you are
not going to get in your joke and

stop my paper next Friday, for I am

going to send you a check "right
now" and send it "lickety brindle,'
so you will get it this afternoon.
Hoping that all the rest of the
"slow pokes" like myself will come
across, I am as ever,
Your friend. Hans Peterson.

Full Line of FORD Repair Parts
in Stock
Skilled Workmen in Repair

PlBoee 439

Ocala, Ftoriia

Sickness Comes Unannounced


His Ocala friends want to know know-why
why know-why Whit Palmer didn't make one
very important purchase while in a
New York department store a few
days ago.

Mr. Robert Fosnot
was in town today.

of Eastlake

We have a complete stock of
trusses and are in positon to give
you a perfct fit in any style or size
you want. If in need of one call at
the Court Pharmacy. 10-10-tf


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.

Dress Maker,
liOil Orange Ave.
For a long mild smoke, try Gerig's
Havana Smokers. 19-3-tf

Fourteen acres and five-room
house on the Silver Springs hard
road across the road from the Mar Marion
ion Marion Farms; new drilled well. The
property was sold for $1500 and
buyer failed to make payment. Deed
is here and must be taken up. Its a
bargain. I will show you. David
S. Woodrow, real estate. Merchant's
block, over Gerig's drugstore. 10-1 5 tf





PHONES 1C and 174.

Mr. V. E. Mark, the Jacksonville
architect, is at the Harrington. He
came to attend a meeting this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon of the president and secre secretary
tary secretary of the school board, the district
trustees and the building committee
of the high school.

Mr. P. H. Nugent, county clerk,
has returned from a brief trip tc

Mr. Tom Pritchett of Candler

who has a position at Inverness, was

in town today on his way for a visit

Transfer of furniture, trunks or
baggage. Careful moving of all
kinds. Two of the best teams.
Freight hauled or shipped to any
place. Orders served at once, day or

night. Thos. Johnson. Manager,

residence 2"T W. Second St., phone

No. 241. lo-l l-0t


Depend Upon The
When some one in your home
is suddenly taken ill, then is
the time to depend upon the
Court Pharmacy to aid you

in every possible way. Your
telephone call will be prompt promptly
ly promptly responded to. Prescrip Prescriptions
tions Prescriptions called for, filled and de delivered
livered delivered quickly. Your doc doctor's
tor's doctor's orders carried out with
absolute fidelity and detail.
Xo matter what your want
may be or what the ocassion
is. phone to the Court Phar Pharmacy
macy Pharmacy and you will be sure of

. . Z M

1 1 Frank bays

receiving right service.
The Court Pharmacy





You will find the largest and most
varied line of


on display at his store.

Ocala Loage Xo. 19. Conventions

held every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at

Castle Hall, over the Jam?s Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. D. W. Tompkins, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. R. S. Ad



They are showing all the newest novelties in
Brocaded Silks and Repps.

Mr: D. W. Davis left today for a

brief bui"rr1srr tO'Clawater.
Capt. A. B. Dunning of DeLanti

secretary of the Florida Good Roads

Association, was a caller at the
Board of Trad tday congratulating
Secretary Rooney? on his great day's
work and what tie results would be
to Marion count in the future. The
eyes of the whole Faired States are
focused on us amKinany home seek seekers
ers seekers will come to the county that
shows such progress and activity.

Telephone Invades Jerusalem.
The telephone has 'Invaded Jerusa Jerusalem,
lem, Jerusalem, a system having been installed
that connects official points, business
houses and seme residences.

Tttne (CM
Who Knows
dhsAtf Delicious
A Guarantee in Every

v BOX.
We Have the Exclusive Agency in


lOc, 2."c, 30c, 40c, 30c, 80c,
81.00, 81.60 and 82.00

e prepare our nocoiaie syrup

.from Huyler's Soda Cocoa. It has a
Richness, Smoothness, Tastiness not
equalled in other soda cocoas.
T. W. Troxlcr

Nov. 17 Edison talking pictures.
Nov. IS Edison talking pictures.
Nov. 27 Local talent; benefit of
the hospital.
Nov. 2 8 Burt Leigh, in "The
Little Millionaire."
Dec. 8 '-The Barber of Seville."
Dec. i:. "The Leopard's Spots."
Dec. 10 Neil O'Brien Minstrels.
Dec. 2f, "Bought and Paid For."
Dec. 8 Coburn's Minstrels.
Jan. 1 "Divorce Question."

Jan. o "The Shepherd of the
Jan. 17 "Polly of the Circus."
Jan. 21 Mary's Lamb Company.
Jan. 27 The Spring Maid Co.

1 Smart Set.

" Vi-on" 1 Tnn o v P. a v Min-


24 Fine Feathers.
4 (To 13) Chautauqua.

14 Rose Maid.
19 Paul Gilmore.

Don't buy anything in the
Ready-to-Wear line till you see
what they are showing.

Tulula Lodge No. 22, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every
Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock ( in
Yonge's Hall. Fort King avenue. Vis Visitors
itors Visitors in the city invited to be with as.
G. L. Taylor, X. G.
W. L. Colbert. Secretary. Adv.

A lot o: new Har

Mark suits just in

They're the very latest
Come and look then over.


sohafiner &. 1 1 m

n-.t N i

There is only one difference
between tradingAtFrank's and else elsewhere,
where, elsewhere, their prices are the very




designs, i ilii

S-22-tf y

Florida Scrubs, of Gainesville,
O O 1
(Grooinidls Moedlsiy Aflttcmooe sill
OCTOBER 2ffltn.
0 9eflG)dk(




children wffi et 3a?A account
The man who does not PROTECT his family from
the hardships if he should die, does not deserve a
family. The FIRST DUTY of any self-respecting
man is to bank some money against death or sick sickness,
ness, sickness, or any unlooked-for calamity that may befall
him. If you have not realized this before, think it
over now. And by a few slight sacrifices on your
part, you can start a hank account that will come in
handy to you and your, family some day.
We Pay 4 per cent Interest on Savings Accounts




rl7 f Wt

js-?a bv asm


We leave many grindstones unturned our
knives hold their edges.
Driving a few nails won't batter down the heads
of one of our hatchets. Our tools will make you sing
while you work.
We sell the best there is in hardware, because
that is the best for you, and therefore best for us.

irii lariware Co,

Phone 118, Ocala, Fla.





another risiness For. ocala



Help Secretary Kooney to
Off Road-Working Day



The Sanitary Milk Supply Company
Will Open for llusiuess
Monday Morning
Messrs. V. E. Whitworth and C.
C. Folkes. under the firm name nf

I'ay the Sanitary Milk Supply Company,
: will. open a new business on Monday
morning in Ocala.

! These gentlemen have leased the
every man who ii-ioniont ctnn- e it- d,.

. - v- i.t civi Ui .til. JC11 1) Lll
agreed to furnish laborers, that did netfs brick building on the 'corner
not, send me check to cover cost of of Fort King avenue and Magnolia
hiring the same. I am short funds street and huve httei h un niceJv
to pay men who worked on the road, j for tneir business. The room is sr.
Those who sent or carried out feet well ,ighted and ventiIat.
please send me their names, or how eJ. The was and ceiling are a?
many they have paid. We will not white a, snow and ,he xvindows and

w u. men iu-e. some are coi- doors are screeneJ. Modern ma-

...x minoi -chinery and equipment

mem aim men calling on me tor pay
J. I). Rooney. Secretarv.


will be put

, in for the handling of milk, cream
and butter in the most scientific and
'sanitary method possible.

The company will get its supply
of milk from the Anthonv Farms

hundred hea.l of registereJ. tested

;Jersev cows in the state, an-1 ji herd

meemig nau oeen read ana approv-

W. A. Pucket, 144 Bellwood Avenue, Atlanta,
Ga.. hid $150 in a cigar box at the bottom of a
pile of wood. Thieves located it and Mr. Puck Pucker's
er's Pucker's savings disappeared in a moment.
Absolute security for your savings is afforded
by an account in
An active Depository for the United States.


A(iA TIIi:iill. SIK'IKTV
The Agatheridan Society held

regular meeting yesterday afternoon

Alter the minutes of the precedin


Real Estate and Investments.

that has been un;ler the inspection

an;l supervision of a man from thf;s

: I'nited States department of agri-jy
j culture for the past several months.

Roll call with quotations from Am-; (Ielivery system aml w coyer thfi
erican poets. i v
1 entire rifv n iinl vin ? nil rtom ? it -1 : A.

Reading. "Prelude to Viskn of Sir .,,, i. ......

! cream in anv quantitv desire 1 tc
1 customers calling at the dairy.

I Both Mr. Whitworth and

ied. the following program was ren

dered :
Subject: American Poets.
Song by school.

-George Davis.


Essay, "James Russell Lowell
Robert MacKay.
Piano solo. "Song of the Alps
Ruth Rentz.
Recitation, "One. Two. Three
Katherine Strunk.
Essay. "Edgar Allen Poe
Carlton Ervin.

Recitation. "Annabel Lee

tha Kate Rentz.
Piano solo. '"Spring Song" Theo
Debate: Resolved. That the tariff
bill will reduce the cost of beef in
the United States. Affirmative.
Frank Gale. Westlake Hollinrake:
negative. John Batts. Katie May
The judges. George Davis, Carl Carlton
ton Carlton Ervin and Gladys Wallis. decid decided
ed decided in favor of the negative.
After the report of the critics,
there being no further business to
come before the house, the society
adjourned to meet again Oct. 2 4th.
Marie Burnett, Secretarv.


tc iv
Mr !..

j Folkes were with the Ocala Heights x

i Dairy for some time and are thoro -J1

! an;l nrartiral men in Hip lmsinps-;- in


followed Y

! A

Mrcanfs Block

i fact, Mr. Whitworth has

ithe business all his life.

coming here ; y

orisinallv from Tennessee to take &

1 a r- ..i . t .. it it i- t i


Vllcl lr Ul -HI, II. 11. I11LJIII11S ItT-
tail dairy department.

A X ( ) 1 11 1 : 1 J r O N T 1 1 A T


I can make the following loans on Ocala city
propertv at 8 per cent., principal and interest guar guaranteed
anteed guaranteed by me:
$1,200.00 for 3 Years at 8 per cent.
$1,200.00 for 3 Years at 8 per cent.
$ 500.00 for 3 Years at 8 per cent.
Interest payable semi-annually or monthly if you like.
Ocala property has an established value in spite
of the croakers.
See me if you have any money to in invest.
vest. invest. I will show you the property.


DR. W K. LAN K Specialist, Eye j
Ear, Nose md Throat. Office Law ;

ibrary Building. OcIa. Adv.



Jacksonville Metropolis. 17th:
"Governor Sulzer will appeal his
case to the supreme court of the Uni United
ted United States." This statement was
made today by Hon. Ion L. Farris,
speaker of the Florida House of
Representatives, upon his return
from Albany. X. Y.. where he was
the guest of the governor.
"F4on what grounds will he ap appeal?"
peal?" appeal?" was asked.
"He will appeal upon the ground? ground?-that
that ground?-that the acts of which he was found
guilty were not impeachable in the
first place, and in the s-econd place,
that thev were committed before he

took office." replied Mr. Farris. "Hej
will ask the supreme court of the!
United States to issue a writ of pro-j
hibition. and expects to hold his of- j
fice for the full length of his term."!

"You will also notice. continued
Mr. Farris. "that the presiding judge
either voted with the governor or
did not vote at all. This would in indicate
dicate indicate that the best lawyers
ed with the trial feel as Mr. Sulzer
does in regard to the matter."

Mr. P. D. O'Dell, the contractor,
i'n 1 builder, has closed a contract
with Mr. Walter R. Pedrick to re remodel
model remodel .Mr. Pedrick's home, next dooi
north of Mr. J. T. Moore, cn Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street. The work Mr. O'Dell
will do will consist of the following:
The house is at present a one one-story
story one-story structure. It will be made into
a two-story residence with a very
handsome front, as to the window window-arrangement
arrangement window-arrangement handsome cement
block columns, on the double-story,
colonial porch, etc. The house will

! be w ired and lighted with electric electric-!
! electric-! ity and have a modern plumbins
j system. The work will be thorough
'and the material of the best and

when completed, the house will be
a modern residence in every respect.
A cement driveway will extend from
the sidewalk to the garage in thc;

i rear. ;

Mr. O'Dell will begin at once get get-ting
ting get-ting the material on the ground and

j will start work on the house inside
I of two weeks.

March 4-13, 1914.
Ten Full Days Three Sessions Daily
rKLi:i$H.Ti:i r.xus, ok hlstiias. kxtkiitaixkrs.
Inspiration, I'jiteitainiiuiit, Instruction.
Over 15 Distinctive Kvents for One Season Ticket.

Washington. Oct. 18. In an in interview
terview interview for the correspondent of the
Jacksonville Metropolis yesterday
afternoon. Senator Fletcher came our
strongly for the immediate passage:
of the administration currency bill.:



Washington. Oct. l!S. John Lind I
President Wilson's personal repre-j
sentative in Mexico, has reported j

from Vera Cruz indications ot den.
Huerta's intention to resign the pro provisional
visional provisional presidency.

Adults, $4; Double, $7. Children, $2.

.NOTICE First t?ale of sea on tickets opens at Board of Trade
Rooms, Tuesday morning, Oc ober 21. Only 400 season tickets
at the reduced price of $4 wi'I be offered. When these are sold,
patrons must pay regular do)- admissions. Door admissions
will be -j" cents and T." cents. A season ticket admits you on an
average of seven cents an entertainment. Buy a season ticket,
it pays. On this first advanc sale all season tickets carry a free
season resened seat: after his sale, the reserved seat will cost
FOR YOL'R TICKETS. If y u are not numbered among the 400,
and lose your free reserved s at cr have to pay the higher single
door admission, it will be be ause you do not come out on this
first sale and pledge for your season ticket.
PAYMENT XOW for you season ticket is not compulsory
and will not be urged, but wi 1 be a courtesy appreciated by the
management, for it facilitat -s their work.
REMEMBER, this first and important sale opens at U a. m.
Tuesday October 21, at Boar 1 of Trade rooms. BE OX HAND
Ocala's Great Chautauqua, Ten Full Days.


The Texas Wonder cures kidney

land bladder troubles, dissolves grav

el, cures diabetes, weak and lame
backs, rheumatism, and all irregular irregularities
ities irregularities of the kidneys ani bladder in

Florida Seed Rye. per bushel

Florida Day Oats, per bu. $1.
S. C. Rust Proof Oats, bushel $1


both men and women.


Ocala Chapter. Xo. 29, O. E. 3.,

Ibladder troubles in children. If not meets at Yonge's hall the first Fri-

drugsist. will be sent day evening at 7::Ju o'clock and the

sold bv your

(by mail on receipt of $1. One small third r riday aiternoon at
.bottle is two monrhs' treatment, and i each month,
seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send I Mrs. Emma C. Burnett.

MigDri Grade IPpinttingr
Call at the STAR JOB OFFICE.

3:30, of

W. M

We are equipped with the Iatest, largest, Best Vulcanizing
plant in Central Florida. Any sized tire handled at one time.
All work Guaranteed to Fir.t-Clasi.
Bring u your Casings and Tubes to be Vulcanized.
Worn out tires and tubes bought.
of all sizes and rim, always in stock
DAVIES, The Tire Man
Phone OCALA. FLORIDA Main St., near Postoffice,

Miss Florrie Condon. Secretary.



for testimonials
states. Dr. E. W

from this and other1
Hail. 2!20 Olive St.

Read our UNCLASSIFIED ADS. for your wants
St Louis, Mo. Sold bv drug?:?:?. A1j
Try a Srar Want Ad It pays.


i visitors all the praise
;pM-rve. W lik- ic.r our buy?
to hav- aenerou., applause when they
a'vay froiii home, and we .-nwu: J
.: a is example.

"nT a "t r" C 2X?T)TWV tc nitnir: i j rk-r nr Y.-r11pnt in mtlO tO ltS

ii!TTix;i:K & cakkoll, n:oiM:ii:roi:s
IJ. It. Carr.dl, (iemral Maiiasrr I''t V. Leaven -..,(!. Uu-im-
J. H. l'iijaiiiin, llditor


i v.xts
d .iapaii: roi.nxisTs

.-av- in


En:?re 1 at Ocala. Fla.. po.sioffic-e as -t-con 1 cla.-: mailer.

imioxi: .11

(Domestic) (Foreign)
One vear. in advance $5.00 One year, in advance
Six months, in advance.... 2.5 Sfx months, in advance...
Three months, in advance.. 1.25 j Three months, in advance
One month, in advance One month, in advance..

$ S.Ou

ONLY WAY TO KEEP THEM OUT' cord obtained the figures At the

end of the fifteenth century, me

the dispatch us nations Qf Peru and Mex-

Con" re.-small L' En 2 It-

week's issue of Dixie: 1
For some days last reporters of
newspapers and news syndicate?
hae heeii bothering me for an in interview
terview interview on Japanese colonization in
Florida. As I had no reason to be

lies that my opinion would he worth
anything in the places where thee
newspapers circulated, 1 was not
particularly keen about rushing into
print. But 1 agree with what Rep

resentative Clark says on the sub subject,
ject, subject, and I go a little further and
; say that I do not want any for

eigners settling in Florida who are

z ability to grasp intelligently the business requirements of those it serves
thon tn fnllv mppt thnsp rpxnn rements.

U UU LilVli VV J 1
OUR IDEA OF BANK SERVICE is not the mere handling of money. We know
the business of this community thoroughly from personal contact and experience
EACH INDIVIDUAL BANKING HERE has our personal consideration. The well
known strength of this bank makes it easy to meet every legitimate requirement
of those whose business it seeks. We do this willingly, gladly, for we consider it
our obligation to those who have made possible this strong, reliable institution.
Tine Menroe & QuaimMiss Bank





and the other European nations of

tt will h seen bv

- populous nations ui rem wu i eigners setinug iu riuima nu a. .v:r, cot
from Tallahassee on another page judging bv the cities they inhab-; 1?aMe lo displace the negroes in those high ideals or manhood- huh .et
h!.r r.nvprnnr Trammell finds that 1C J. 6 ; ... . o1; .... tied the North American contmen

iiayijii in s f i i r ii i iii u v. i v- i til t .nil 1 1 r i i a i u iii.' v-.

2 laiUi tiviuo vi

the constitution of Honda will no' j millions each, anil there were hun

jmeriMii rontinent

stead I L1 .'uuu .i...v

- i,,.jflnd mane it euuai iu m- wi

nn mnc par h i ii t- i tr nfic nun a hr-iin u p h uii lui. v r iioc .

allow the legislature to pass an anti-i h a thou. j nMr0es in Florida to do all illation in accomplishment anu iu

alien land law similar to the one in; Q,.o ttprp.-l I I, .i -rV ami up all things that make a country great

w u i 1 1 ill ii ii r lr i;ni( tiiiv-v. .--- r r.i i n nil u t a i v v a v i

California. The Star is informed; ,.nian,i tn Tfrm dp Pup2ro.i1 t.,.. tn han.ib

. i ii uiii v v.iitw" - rv i i ixs '
that an amendment to the constllu-1 Cuba and the West Indies certainly I thev will not at all interfere or even
l li;f tn tn ta nPfi- i I . .

to handle them so that that the world has ever known.

contained more than a million them-


tion cannot be submitted to the peo people
ple people at a special session of the legis legislature.
lature. legislature. thp rasp, nothing can

be done bv the state authorities be- AN EA TLA NATION
fore 1915 to keep out undesirable FllO.M THE ;OYEHNOK
immigrants. j
The newspapers of the state, how-j The Star has just received the fol-

ever. can keep them out by giving
jhem to understand they will be un unwelcome,
welcome, unwelcome, and by insisting that the
1 7 ... I oilMl"

(p si 1 1 ution e aineiiiicvi -u i;
i ci.Miuinuu e Editor Star: I notice your edi-

?neir exclusion. : fn;i,.0 t ia

day. I

verv much

remotely threaten the established
white supremacy, political and so social.
cial. social. Negroes accept with entire
complacency and utmost content the

political and social superiority


Miami Metropolis: You cannot
have contentment and progress at

ot i the same time, except the content

lmvinir telegram from

Trammell :
Tallahassee. Oct. IS.

tonal relative


1 lie J a lrt 11 f.-t' Hie mc ,,1- i i
i hi. v ,.,,,.nm in Utitr-hffin rn: i

j jji r. i. in v i i i...... -

hat 1 would

linra if thpV 'A re luailllV 111

i .t.. ii, univoifnTiip as&uie O.l

... -n bne tnjue l being in o.rivprP lpffislation will be,

an i l ii n l i a - n

attendance j any white man, living and as soon as j


d it was with great regret that I hie settle

could not be. I had not. however, j numbers Ik

nieni that comes in the knowledge
that you are not content.
A man envied an ox his placidity.

Tnu mo n haimv beast, your

vhiliosophy!' he cried.

The wa- sr astonished, he

which would cause popped chewing his cud. "My phi-

losophy!" he repeated.
"Your philosophy the body of
piineiples, you know, by which you
order your thoughts and guide your

The ox

the whites. They are perfectly sat satisfied
isfied satisfied and are the happiest laboring laboring-race
race laboring-race in the world, with their infer inferior
ior inferior position. They know that they
are not equal to the whites and they

do not seek recognition in political

and social affairs

race antagonism.
! With the Jap it is entirely differ different,
ent, different, lie believes that he is equal to

New FaM Sttyflej
In Men's and Boys' Clothing

in Florida in sufiicient

will stand Mat-footed on

shook his head.


in attend-! his belief and will refuse to give way j afraid I haven t any. he


rnacted at the first favorable mo

ii en i. ...... i

, detinue v pronnsea to ie in autua- au.i :vi... : ; .otufie-
f ii,D Tioivthjinpis also make it 1 . .. .. t.:.. i And the ox is the most .-atisiac

1.IT. I 1 rr- .1,,. ,....,,.,- I ov. HTlOl 1 1 t II, IV 1 1 T P 111 M Tl I :i II V Lllill. 1 U' :

dilir. i' ui' .wii-i.-. v- -: .

will try to send his children to theh--i ,H a

slowest Oi

idain that white men who are in in-.trnn.prt:il
.trnn.prt:il in-.trnn.prt:il in bringing Japanese

..... 1 nf count of

here1 are net menus id m- iii ;
Florida. I

to Mr. Kooney. in person, that on ac-

my ollicial duties being so

numerous and requiring even more

1 had that I djubted ery

much if I could attend. After talk talking
ing talking with him personally in Ocala. in
acknowle Uing by letter receipt of

schools that the white child-

mere I y

bis invitation 1

him as follows: "1 beg to assure When, as i; sometimes happens, a
von, as I slated to you personally negro gets notions the white man
tint if i..v duties will nermit 1 .-hall j ran bulldo..- him. scare him. lool

. .1

T li.Mt' UK11!

It seem.-, mat ex-io ei :ioi .i .-.!-.
nings has been instrumental in.
bringing a small colony of Asiatics
to the state. i
The Star has known Mr. Jennings,
a long time. It doesn't think h
would do anything that he believed
was detrimental tar the people of
Florida as a whole. it believes that
he thought he was iloing the proper
thing in bringing here a colony of
people whom all must concede are
. ... i i . . wk ,1 5 t li n

nieiiiiieni ami i k u.inu.-. m '- ,
'"' be present, but to the contrar 1
bicbe-t decree He made a mistake , 1
inquest neree. ne i thouuht that 1 had made it plain
and the Star s confident he will not;111
ami im. while 1 would like very miu-n
rei,oat U- .. ., to be on hand it was extremhy
The wani ng has gone torih no.,.: u
, n ;. doubtful as to my anility to do .-o. I
Eet the newspapers make it plant ;
, T re-ret that there could have been i
that white men who aid Japanese to;lt--Icl
mat u i misunderstanding m this mat-
come to Fonda are seriously (h.--,'ul-
, ...! ter. From my conversation and m

pleasing me peopie in me ii
few will be rash enough to repeat


reu attend: and he will assert his
political equality. He will see no
reason why hi sons should not mar mar-rv
rv mar-rv the white man's daughters, nor
lii- daughters be the mothers of the

stated tcj v!,iTe man's children.

be in attendance upon this .occasion." j him.
From this in connection with my ; tion -personal
conversation with him I way.
never thought of his considering 1 I track:
had wi:h any definiteness agreed to j kinds

ur.on bis

v idaving

we cannot treat the .Jap thi
He will stand fast in his
asserting his rights for all
of equality, and the only way
rid of him is to U 1 1 1 him. The

to get

not. i- 1""
i!:ir or -a
negroes v. 1
We do not

for treadmill work. th
draft animals, the most

patient, endurer of any cruelties that

may he heaped upon him. He is
fon-ent because it is more comfort comfort-ablo
ablo comfort-ablo for his sluggish spirit to be
that way.
Among men and women, you will
fiti 1 the bovine nature exemplified.
There are men who spend their lives
at drudgery to which they have be-

,;1, .,-sti- come inured because it was too uis-

turbing to attempt a change. l ne
are content to have good rations
and a place to sleep thoughts
aroused by wonders of creation or
the wrongs of man are avoided as

tliforni ns have the
, -v. and Florida ha-r-ilifornia
has Japs
... i

r-eitro e lv IOOi

distur!ers of their placid living and
they grow heavy-jowled and sleepy sleepy-eye
eye sleepy-eye 1. content to "chew thiir cud."
The ox has no philosophy, neither

Our New styles in Men's and lioy's
Wearinji apjuirel must be seen to be
appreciated. Besides our extensive
line t' ready-to-wear suits, we have
the agency for one of America's

lending tailoring houses, and the
new fall suitings have just been re received.
ceived. received. In this, line you will lind
clothing suitable for any and all oc occasions,
casions, occasions, and at prices that defy com competition
petition competition when quality is considered.

It ill give us pleasure to show you
our line even though you don't buy.
You will at least be in position to
judge what the very latest styles are
if you go to someone ele to buy

I your Eall Suit. IJesides our Suits

and Suitings, we carry a full line of
Men's Shoes, Shirts, Hosiery. Neck Neckwear,
wear, Neckwear, Endcrwear, llelts, Etc.
W'o make no ebiiin- that we are
not prepared to back up, and every
article bought of us imi-t be satis-

I factory to vou or it is not satisfac-

tory to ;:s.
Yours for Clothes,

1 Florida has thei'nae the men and women who are
i his prototype. The theory that


the offense.

'.nd for that
anv other

, ant Japanese in Flor-

matter we do not

foreign races o!

The State Chamber, of Commerce
will be here next Thursday and Fri-
a.- -v, mnt;pr whnt p! p it acCOm-

Ull 111..HV. i

plihes. the meeting will be a goo d ; nouncement .u
. .... t rtr,; would be present.

aiiveriiseiueiii iui t"- :
all we can to give the delegates a
good opinion of our city and county.;

letter to Mr. Rooney. feeling that he
tVin'rnurhll- 11 11 it PTSt OOll llOW 1 Wa

situate 1. I felt that ho would fully lower than the Anglo-Saxon stand stand-'reaVze
'reaVze stand-'reaVze and appreciate and explain nf living. It would be better for
others why I was not present. 1 was j Florida to continue to look for the
.. .. .ims, i i i..wi-.t r.f resources tc

not responsible tor tne uennne .u.- ueeniMiit-ni v. i
t i ,., r tlir nfitivt

Longfellow is quoted as saying
that we must all be either hammer
or anvil. That's all right: but how
about the bellows? Tampa Times.
That exalted position belongs to
ihe politicians.

.o,io th ir l i ri,u intiir:i increase oi me m.ium

I am glad that j population and to immigration from

the effort was a grand success and Georgia. Alabama. .Mississippi
l e-irtilv commend the enterprise of other Southern .tales, whose peopie
the people of Marion county. are like our people and trom t.u
Park Trammel!. ; Northern and Western states whose
, ,.,-. ..eo-de are of the same original stock

Tiu ?tnr r id not oiame tue f- m

ernor for not being present at the
road-working, as he will see if he
will take the trouble to rea l the Br

each of us has latent energy of al almost
most almost infinite power would never
penetrate into their dull minds
they are so content and. from super superficial
ficial superficial observation, ever so happy.
Nothing disturbs them. nothing
anises them to a share of public
-ervice or to private great accom accom-jdishment.
jdishment. accom-jdishment. their emotions are on an
even, quiet plane no height, no

le-iths. They live to die.

Model t





Ocala, Florida

tide again.

1 1


said it thought it

This countrv could restore ordei ; likely he was nuauuua,:.
......... ..'.i.Mn ,i.,vs nn.l' V.nt be might have sent a brief tele-

in .Mexico wiiiiui iwiii. vi".'
t end to the frightful slaugh-!gram Wednesday evening or

i; ui .

announce that he

ter that is. cuiiMauui s"us :
ami Herald. couldn't be here.
i v.- However, the governor

IHir esieeaiea luiurniiiuun,. ..." i
derestimates the size of the job. J worry. He is freely forgiven.
Thirty months would be better, and j we hope to have him with u
there would be days in them on any j some other occasion.
- . t -,Mll 1 I

one of whicn tne siaugiuei i.aii i.aii-be
be i.aii-be more frightful than anything that
has happened on this continent since
the slaughter around Petersburg. j

as ours and can easn auapi mon mon-selves
selves mon-selves io our customs, soil and cli climate
mate climate and mingle with us on equa1

terms to mutual advantage, instead
of the lowering of the standard of
living that always comes with the
amalgamation of people of a higher
and lower spiritual development and
T." ... fnroio-Tl 5 TVHn 1 ? T ,1 t 5 O'l We in

I 11 t 1 11 1-1,. ....
nee ln't I Florida can look to the same races
1 1 til O

anj j the Knglisn. Uie Vfeiaiau. i.
on I French, the Irish and the Scotch.


We deprecate the necessity of
calling the legislature in extra ses ses-Mon.
Mon. ses-Mon. but if there is good reason to

believe that there is any immediate
danger of Japanese settlers coming
to Florida in large numbers, we be believe
lieve believe the governor would be justified
in calling that body together and
nipping the whole movement in the
bud at once. "An ounce of preven

tion is worth an tne cine in .u
w o r 1 d Bartow C on r i e r-1 n form ant.


The Star has just received a copy
of the big industrial and agricultur-

The state chamber of commerce j al edition of Dixie,
will meet in Ocala early next week. It is one of the best editions ot
Such an organization may mean j the sort we ever saw. Both the liter-

much for the future prosperity andjary and mechanical worw aie u.
development of the state, so here's first order.
o iiwi nttPndance at: It begins with an editorial on

I H 1 1 1 L. iVl ,l x . .

Florida Oy ItUUeil .iu.auirir, i"""
whom no one is better qualified to
write on the subject.
Among the advertisements, it con-

I tains the Marion county page prom-
V,- tda m!inn?pmPTlt Whetl the

j t'lf U Lll v. v
It is reported that ex-Governor i enterprise was first broached. It is
.,,, t; Tan on his a first-class page, containing convinc-

TTvrcrlndPs Flor-!ing pictures taken on the spot ot

lallUo uJu in .iiv- I
v,r,1 I Mi h An rnnntv farms. Men ma lie.

ida will not ouieei iu imrin.



Dental Surgeon


Rooms 9,

the coming meeting. Palatka tier tier-aid.
aid. tier-aid. Ocala expects a large attendance

nrol hones for many good measures j

o be advocated.

.Gainesville San.
Yes. Florida will now object. It
'knows when it is well off. There is
-no room in this state for the yellow
boys from the Orient. Palatka
Seems to the Star that the Sun
should support Congressman Clark
on this issue.

When Columbus landed on Amer-

tVio nmvalation of this con-

11.111 ?U11 iv 1 I

but there is no controverting the ev

idence of the camera.

Dixie is a superb paper. It makes

mistakes, like the rest of us. but it

is brave and outspoken and worthy

-if Till hli.- sumiort. It has many

Ul J' L I
friends in Ocala and Marion county
on.i tiiir number will not decrease

as long as it follows its present j JOSEPH BELL
,. I Attorney at Law
policy. ;

10, 11, Hel ler Block
Phone 2 r.O



The Lakeland Telegram makes an
excellent and patently just defense
of the negro as a class, holding that
the majority of the race in the south

peaceable and law-abiding and
in time, they will segregate or

ostracise the worthless ana criminal
members of their race with even
greater severity than the white peo peo-nle
nle peo-nle have ever undertaken. It is un

doubtedly true that the uplift of the

negro must come through the efforts

of the negroes themselves. Miami

It Will Be
oiev In Your Poekef

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

Dental Surpreon
Office Over Commercial Bank
Phone 211

Till: MIIDKHV MlK I I" I.I.Kit
Maud Mulier. en a summer day.
Wa-- not in th- meadow rakinr hay.
u,-h rustic sport she .-..uld scarce pur pur-s
s pur-s u
In a hobble skirt and a pe-k-a-hoo.


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Dental Surgeon
Office Law Library Building
Phone 4 44

although the weath-r was scorc'n-

inr hot.
She was tryinir the steps of the turkey
Wh.-n th- jud-e came by was he
-hocked to see
Through that X-ray zown to a jeweled




tinent was possibly a million per- sport snouia oe t. u.e VC.
n.-Rp.nni- Monday at to root for the

The Star wonders where the Re- j Ocala football team. And don't

admirer of stood, clean j Office Second Floor Munroe and


Chambliss Bank Building


ht- catch hi-

d.-rs shruir
When sht? chanr-1
btitiny h;r-'.'
Well, h- m:-rht ha v.
uone bv.

i-th- n'iai-if-n;

rea:h or !ii.-

her step
dor.- in


Wc Guaranlcc To Save You Money on Any Work in Onr Lines
An we employ none but expert we are In position to ko a ran tee ev every
ery every piece of work we oonntroct to Mantl the Innpeetlon of the moat
rijsld lunpectorit. It eoata nothing to get our flgnrea and yon are the
winner, whether we necore the contract or not. Give n a trial.



It, a
A n

' il

len? v-r- mostly shy.

ir;d Maude j-;-t r.a-le a

:urk-y-tr -.t a r. -1
pli-rhted their
- in June.
; heir '.vedd ir. it

?.7.y bear,
h: were mar-

arch was a ra-

Francisco Chronicle.






Higlti Grade Epintingj
Call at the STAR JOB OFFICE.






At This Period Use All

Saiequards lor Comforts and Well Being

The best and most practical of these is ice our ice. It preserves
your food, conserves your health, increases your pleasure, does
you good in ways too num'rous to mention and all for a little


i The
'$ That
:X Ocala

I Geala
to:-lot S.

Special Prices on Recovering Auto Tops:

,tw Rubber..
v Mohair
? Rubber
U.rdOOGIIgCI vfMohair

Goods subject to examination.

shop. Workmanship the best.
J. J. McCRANIE, Manager.

Broadway and 14th street.

Clean, Comfortable, Convenient and
Home Like Hotel, on the Amer American
ican American anil European Plan.




Ocala House Block

jljTLOiFxe 108

For Resells


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


To a Person Who Prides
Himself on His Appearance f

Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen

is a necessity. To supply that ne ne-cessity
cessity ne-cessity is Our Business, i

Steam Laundry t
Main Street
Plume 101
$10.00 :
. 12.50
.... 20.00
Test of itoods seen at
Union Square.
American IMan, $1! per day and up.
Kuropean Plan, $1 per day and
up. Special Weekly Hates.
Phone 420
You should use our Unclass Unclassified
ified Unclassified Column to place your
needs before the public


Reiny: Certain
setter foi
uelioni and An An-Stump
Stump An-Stump Seakt'r
you contend that a woman
dive.- herself of her sympa-
ani ;er- e intelligent! v on
Why not
Has .she not
handing down judgments for centu
ries, and is it not axiomatic that
practice leads on to perfection?

Q. Would you care to entrust lion at the Xew York Navy Yard,
your government to the hands of a Several days ago the navy denart denart-Cleopatra?
Cleopatra? denart-Cleopatra? ment opened bids for the purchase
A. As to that 1 think Cleopatra of armor plate for the North Caro Caro-comiares
comiares Caro-comiares very favorably with Mark lina. The bids were identical to a
Anthony. cenl. xhey were submitted by the
Q. Would you find it pleasant to Midvale. Carnegie and Bethlehem
bo outvoted by your cook? 5teei Corporations. Secretary Dan-
A. On the whole I think my cook iels rejected the bids, saying there
is required by her vocation to exer- appeared to be an agreement be be-cise
cise be-cise greater intelligence, and nicer tween the three concerns to control
discriminations, than any hired man the armor plate business and to ap ap-or
or ap-or my valet, by whom I am already portion the contracts with the gov gov-outvoted.
outvoted. gov-outvoted. and it is just possible, ernment among them,
moreover, that membership in a io- ir n,i0, rriM ,vQ mr,inr,tinn.

! Hri net 1 nr?ani7atinn ivnulH I.- 007 1 ti or

.." -v,. lIJt- musi enner mane meir dius
from changing her residence as fre- lower and competitive or he would
quently as she is now inclined to do. consider giving the contracts to an
Q. Do you believe any wman yet English concern which had bid low lowborn
born lowborn has any grasp whatsoever upon er
the economic principles underlying Thursday morning, just before the
such a question for instance as the time granted by the secretary of the

A. If such a
woman has ever
been born she is quite as unknown
to me as the man who may truly be
said to have had any such grasp if
the testimony of men opposed to
each other in our tariff debates may
be regarded as evidence upon which
to base a judgment.
Q. Can yon name any voman in
all history who has been the fountain-head
of any really great move movement
ment movement for spiritual uplift and politi political
cal political progress?
A. Yes. Martin Luther's mother
was a woman, and it is universally
believed, and I understan 1 suscept susceptible
ible susceptible to moot', that the mothers of
! Oliver Cromwell. .Moses. John the
! Baptist, and George Washington be belonged
longed belonged to that same sex.
Q. Do vou consider that women
show very nuicn tense ni the nines
of things when they decorate their
persons with all sorts o;' gewgaws
and feathers?
A. 1 think they show quite as
much sense as the average major major-general
general major-general when he covers his facade
with red ribbons and brass buttons,
wiili gilt braid on his troupers and
an ostrich plume in his hat.
Q. In the whole history of head headgear
gear headgear is there any tiling more absurd
than the hats worn by women?
A. Only two greater absurdities
ei--t. The stiff abomination in felt
known as the derby, and that highly
lida, ulous bit of
uncomfortable os
tentation known as ine unieriaKeis
j stove-pipe worn by man.
j Q. Do you think the a erage poll-
ing place is a lit place for a woman
I of rel'.ned taste to go to?

9Q 00 A- -Nl w,iile there are nothing
'2a00i""' nr aro"",.V ,

l'o you neiiee n woiuu ue luu luu-fluc:e
fluc:e luu-fluc:e to happiness if a family
found itself with a democratic fath father
er father and a republhan mother at its
A. Two heads are always better
than one. in the last analysis it is
better to quarrel on matters of prin principle
ciple principle than because of the intrusion
of a Third party, the latter of which
has stranded so many family barks
on the rocks of Reno.
Q Do you think in time of war
a woman could raise and lead a regi regiment
ment regiment to the front?
j A. It is the testimony of experts
! that Julia Ward Howe's "Battle
i . i
Hymn of the Republic, raiseu ana
led to the front not only a regiment,
but enough men to constitute a
Q. I don't mean that way. What
I mean is do you believe a woman
can bear arms?
A. She can and has done better
than that she can an.l does bear
Q. Do you honestly believe that
women really know what they
A. In this case I do.
Q. What is it?
A. Rights.
John Kendrick Bangs, in Life.
Mayor J. D. Robertson.
Recorder L. T. Izlar.
Assistant Recorder Joseph Bell.
Council- B. A. Weathers, presi
dent; J. H. Taylor, president pro
tem; E. C Bennett. Baxter Carn. J.
W. Hood. E. T. Helvenston, G. A.
Carmichael, F. G. B. Weihe, C. M.
Citv Attorney C. L. Sistrunk.
Citv Clerk II. C. Sistrunk.
Treasurer and Tax Collector W.
W. Clyatt.
City Engineer J. R. Moorhead.
Superintendent Light Plant J. C.
Superintendent Water Work? L
A. Campbell.
Marshal A. J. Brigance.
Fire Chief H. S. Chambers.
Sanitary Inspector G. W. Cleve Cleveland.
land. Cleveland. Street Commissioner R o b e r t
Moose meet Thursday eecin:


Outwitted by Secretary of the ?
Who Threatened to (Jive Work
to England
Washington, Oct. IT. The armor
plate trust has been forced to ac
quiesce to the demands of Secretary
o1 the Navy Daniels to submit lower
and competitive bids for the armor
j,late for the new super-Dreadnought
North Carolina, now under eonstrue-
i ,
navy to the corporations to revamp
tne bids, three new bids were receiv-
eel. They were lower and indicat indicated
ed indicated that there was some competition
for the contracts.
The secretary awarded the con contract
tract contract to the Midvale firm at a price
which was lower by S111,S7.j from
the first bids submitted by the three
corporations. The secretary inform informed
ed informed the Midvale concern it could ap apportion
portion apportion out the work if it desired,
now that the navy department had
accomplished its purpose.
roil SALE
Two hundred and
acres, one half mile from Santos on
S. A. L. Railroad, all under fence;
two hundred acres under cultiva cultivation;
tion; cultivation; house 4 ox : barn l."x20; fif fifteen
teen fifteen acres june timber; ten acres
hard wood: well watered; price,
$5,0 0 0.
Also one hundred and seventy seventy-four
four seventy-four acres southeast of Ocala; five
outbuildings; barn 32x4 0; six-room
dwelling house in good repair; eight
room stone house
struct ion with all
Also two small
and fifty-four acre?
n course of con-
material on the
farms of eighty
respectively, un-
impro ed.
ee II. A. Kramer
owner. A.
lathews, Ocala. I
i:i i i a rivi:
A mild, gentle and effective laxa laxative
tive laxative is what people demand when
suffering form constipation. Thous-1
ands swear by Dr. King's Xew Life
Fills. Hush Tallman. of San Anton Antonio.
io. Antonio. Tex., writes: "'They are beyond
cuestion. the best pill my wife and
I hae ever taken." They never
nam. I'rice -.c at an drug-;
or bv mail. H. K. Uucklin &
Co.. Philadelphia or St. Louis. Ad
A. C. L. NORTH -.:0. a.
12:4." p. m. SOFTH f. : 1 0 a.
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p m.: !" i. m.
CaUHry 2 p. m
The soothinsr. healing medication
MENT OINTMENT penetrates every tiny pore of
the skin, clears it of all impurities
.-tops itching instantly. Dr. Hob Hob-son's
son's Hob-son's Eczema Ointment is guaran guaranteed
teed guaranteed to speedily heal eczema, rashes,
ringworm, tetter and other unsight-1-
eruptions. Eczema Ointment is
a doctor's
prescription, not an ex
All drusists or by mail
."0c. Pfeiffer Chemical
delphia and St. Louis.
Co.. Phila
Call Phone 267
Ocala Meat Market
I when you want First-class
I Fresh Meat. Fish or Vege
tables. Corn-fed pork fromi
!my own farm. -Al Rhame.
lOcala's best cutter, will
serve you. Prompt delivery.
412 X. Magnolia St., Ocala, Fla.
'Queen of Sea Routes
hEncinvT' a miners, than, co
Savannah, Raltimore, Philadelphia
Ilo-ton and Providence j
Fine steamers; best service; low
fares; wireiesi telegraph. Through;
tickets to and from principal points.
Send for booklet.
H. C. AVERY. Agent,
Jacksonville, Fla.
L. D. JOXES. C. A.
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"Finest coastwise Trip in the World" i

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Atlantic Coat lane Special Hates to
Marion County Fair
On Nov. 2 5 to l'S. the Atlantic
Coast Line will sell round trip tick tickers
ers tickers to Ocala as rates quoted below:
Archer $1.S5
Center Hill
Dade City
Floral City
Fort White
2. 85
Grand Island 1.60
Hague .
High Sprin
Holder .
Tn vera ess
Juliette .
Libson .
Lady Lake 1.05
Lake City .
Mont brook
Martin ....
Mcintosh .
McAlpine .
Mart el
Morriston .
Mt. Dora .
Mic-anopy .
Xew berry .
Orange Lake
Ok la wah a .
O'Brien . .
Palatka .
Fine ?dount
Re ldick . .
S.'n: 'or i . .
Sorrento .
Tavares . .
Kmatilla .
Weirsdale .
; 'A'-:-t .
IViiHston .
2. SO
2.1 5
. 8 0
1.4 5
1-2 0
. i i
2.20 I
! ;
.fin i
t -.ii 1
ibtiiia Limit: Xovembcr 2;h.
u ; io and including this date.)
Fares fur Children: Tickets for
the transportation of children five
v irs 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
Asst. Gen. Passenger Agent.
Gen. Passenger Agent.
; i
. iM:rxi:ss caxxot r i:fi
. by J lea i applications, as they canna.
'reach the diseased portion of the ear.
'. i There is only one way to cure deaf
ness, and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by a.
i:i!'.a:ned condition of the mucous lin-
ing of the Eustachian Tube. When I
this tube is inflamed you have a j
rumbling sound or imperfect hearing
and when it is entirely closed, deaf- J
ness is the result, and unless the in-j
fiamniation can be taken out and this j
tube restored to its normal condition j
hearing will be destroyed fcreve-; j
nine cases out of ten are caused by j
catarih, wh?:h is nothing but an in-
'fianied condition of the raucous sur- j
j We wiJ give one Hundred Dollars
j fcr any case of deafness vcaused by
! catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu
jlars, free.
j J. F. Cheney & Co.. Toledo, Ohio
j Sold bv druggists. 75 cents.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con-
Foit King Camp Xo. 14 meets m
fonge's Hall at S p. m. every second
Friday. Visiting sovereigns always
welcome. J. F. Thompson, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. Ad
Next meeting Friday night, Nov. 14.
! Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
jrorner. Meals a la carte and lunches
j a r any hour. Adv.
Holder Block, Rooms D and 10.
PHONE 250.

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when you want a
First-class Plumber.
I am prepared to
do all kinds of Steam
and Gas Fitting.
J. W. AMm9
S. Osceola St. Ocala, Fla

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r do you want
a house?
Have you something to
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Are you looking for
employment, or do you
need the services of
If so, you should pat patronize
ronize patronize the STAR'S un unclassified
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Carpenter and Builder
Careful Estimates Made on All Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives more and better
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contractor in the city.
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Take Grove's
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(If you have any items for this department call phone 106)

letter Rabies
The health committee of the
Woman's Club which has been
working months to make the Better
Baby contest at the fair next month
a success, is receiving encourage encouragement
ment encouragement from many sections and even
though the number of promised ex exhibitors
hibitors exhibitors is lessened the mothers who
do avail themselves of the opportun

ity of entering their tots will learnf

what is reauired to make a babyt

come up to the correct proportions
and that knowledge is what the com committee
mittee committee is striving to have the par parents
ents parents in the country learn.
Babies are not judged by their
looks, which are added to by the
daintv and soft clothes made for

them, but are examined for physi physical
cal physical proportions, strength, condition
of muscles, skin, digestive and res respiratory
piratory respiratory organs, the senses and in
telligence or mental development.
Baby's food is more often, in fact,
almost the entire cause of a baby
being penalized at contests for there
are any number of ways in which
the skin, the flesh, the eyes, the very
actions of a baby indicate that its
digestive organs are not in good
working order. The knowledge to

spending the summer. She was met
in Jacksonville by Judge McConathy
who returned from Kentucky two
weeks earlier.
MhJ'nller If'Meis ttf .Yjvtin Club
One of the most delightfulmee

ings of th Young Ladies' Auction1.

Club was tpeVjne this afternoon with
.Miss Eug&krt" Fuller, who always

proves herself a capable and enter-

taining hostass.

-4 Be-feoms wnere tne iour cara
tables were placed were adorned
with potted plants and brass jardan jardan-iers
iers jardan-iers filled with marigolds, the yellow yellow-being
being yellow-being appropriate for the lovely
autumnal weather we are now hav having.
ing. having. The players were Mrs. C. B.
Ayer, Misses Hester Dewey, Fanny
Robinson, .Mary Burford, Josie Bul Bullock.
lock. Bullock. Hope Robinson, Bettie Mc-

Iver. Minnie Stovall, Bessie McKay,
Edith Williams, Clara Johnson,
Janet Weathers, Marie Von Engel Engel-ken.
ken. Engel-ken. Adele Bittinger Annie Atkin Atkinson.
son. Atkinson. At the conclusion of the games.
Miss Fuller served delicious chicken
salad, pickles, sandwiches and wa wafers,
fers, wafers, and while enjoyed their scores
were counted and the prizes award-

allieviate the suffering from suehjed, the visitors prize being two en en-causes
causes en-causes tends to lessen the large pro- ameled pins. Miss Fuller was as-

nortion of those who survive the sisted at her lovely party by her

first five vears that are left with im- grandmother. Mrs. William Martin

paired health which limits or de destroys
stroys destroys their efficiency for future
At the age of sixteen months a
baby's head, chest and abdomen
should measure just the same, ISM:
Mrs. Walter Hood is the chairman
of the committee and with her able
co-workers is doing much to pro promote
mote promote infant hygiene.
The Eastern Star sewing circle
will meet at Yonge's Hall on Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday afternoon.

- ,y

Miss Irma Blake, a student at tits

State! College for Women, was a

guest atf a lovely dinner party given


Miss Clara Johnson
club's next hostess.

will be the

turn to Ocala after Christmas: Miss
Kate Sanford of Opelika, Ala., who
will be the guest of her aunt. Mrs.
G. W. Martin, and Miss Lola Mc Mc-Clure.
Clure. Mc-Clure. who will visit her sister. Mrs.
Bunyan Stevens, at the Baptist par parsonage.
sonage. parsonage. Both have many frineds
who will anticipate their arrival.
The Mother and the Teacher
Spartanburg. S. C Journal: Do
you know the name of the ladv who

teaches your child? Do you know
anything else about her? Have you
invited her to dine with you during
the session? If you have done none
of these things, then it is time you

were including this subject in your
lenten meditations. The prayer
book tells us of the sins of omission,
as well as some others.
Put yourselves in her place a mo moment.
ment. moment. The young woman leaves

home and friends and all the pleas-,
ure included therein. She comes
here to work, courageously in the j
face of the salary, pitifully small j
compared with the price of board in ;
a decent place, which you demand j
of her. She is cut off from all so-

cial life, except the association of
her fellow teachers. She works
faithfully five mornings in the week.!
studies at night to keep up with the.

frills of modern methods, and by
way of recreation corrects your
child's exercises.
And yet in return for this output
of human energy, you expect her to
be always well dressed, always
cheerful, sympathetic and helpful to
vour child, always just and enthusi-

astic. while you repay her in what?j
Don't von think it is time vou were

thinking of the social needs of your
child's teacher?

I io Masters CflDo

Eastern Star Meeting


with her daughter, Mrs.


usually goodnealth, which will be

onage. Both nave manv-trienas

recently attie--iH-

A domestic science class has been

formed at the Phi Sigma College un-.

der the -supervision of Mrs. George

C. Looney, who will teach the mem-j

bers the intricacies of cooking every
Friday morning. The friends of the
following, who are the Ocala mem members
bers members of the class, will shortly expect
invitations to chafing dish parties:
Misses Hanney Ellis, Ruth Hardee,
Margaret Howell. Mamie Davis.
Louise Booe, Blanche Whaley,
Eunice Ellis and Tulula Rivers.

Mrs. A. D. Mitchell returned this
afternoon to her home at Summer Summer-field
field Summer-field after a short visit to her daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Mrs. Joe Davis.

Miss Allene Mathews, one of the

nrimarv teachers, returned today

from an

tives at Martin

Ocala Chapter No. 29. O. E
met Friday afternoon in regular
sion with a splendid attendance.

Plans were made and committed

appointed for the visit in November

of Mrs. Annabelle Reed, grand mat matron
ron matron of Florida, and Mrs. Cora Franz,
past grand matron.
Before the close of the chapter a
lovely past matron jewel was pre presented
sented presented with appropriate words by
Worthy Patron C. E. Connor to Mrs.
Nellie Gottlieb who was the first

orthy matron of the Ocala chap

ter. I his was a complete surprise
to Mrs. Gottlieb, whose untiring ef-

fords to hold the chapter together
when it was young has been appre-

l ciated and the chapter took pleasure

in giving this token.
All friends are cordially invited
to attend the social of the Ladies
Aid Society of the Presbvterian

i church, to be given at the home of
j Mrs. G. S. Scott. Monday afternoon,

j between the hours of three and five.

Air. ana .Mrs. ueorge i-oru are ex expected
pected expected from Jacksonville tonight to
visit Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Weathers.
The members of the Philathea
class of the Baptist church are hold holding
ing holding a candy sale this afternoon at
the band stand. Mrs. W. A. Goin.

' .Mrs. S. F. Sanders, of Opelika. i

Ala., arrived y&serday on the Coast

Line for her annual winter visit

G. W. Mar

Mrs. Sanflers is enjoying un-

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harris and
son. are now with Mrs. Joe Davis on
Oklawaha avenue, having moved
yesterday from the home of Mr. and
Mrs. S. S. Duval.

Love Is Similar to Sunlight
How the sunlight seems to watch
for a chance to get through the small smallest
est smallest opening in the clouds! Love,
which forgives because it is love, and
which waits for every opportunity to
manifest kindness, is not goin? to
wait to be asked to forgive. Ignore
the wrongs you receive and think over
the good that has been or yet may be,
and the evil will dwindle into noth nothingness.
ingness. nothingness. Robertson.

Bound to Have Some Kick.
"Don't you want to see the world
place of complete peace and har-

"Just as soon as you get the world
peaceful and harmonious a lot of peo people
ple people -ise and kick because com com-p
p com-p ber- !i urinated."

the class' teacher, has charge of the

teachers, returned today: assisted hv nuitP a mim-

over night visit with rela-j ber of the girl, The sale opene;i

with many pounds of home made

j v

i candies, including many tempting
J. Hagood left yesterday .. Th pvnpcts tn rp.-il-

ize ten dollars from its work.

Mrs. I

morning tor Lynenuurg, a.. wunc
she will spend the remainder of the
month, returning to Jacksonville
early in November. Times-Union.
Mrs. Hagood has many friends in
Ocala, made during her frequent vis visits
its visits 'o her sister. Mrs. T. M. Moore.
The friends of Mrs. Richard Mc McConathy
Conathy McConathy are welcoming her home
from Kentucky, where she has been

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Four Reels High High-Class
Class High-Class Motion



(Selig drama)
(Edison drama)
(Kalem drama)
(Biograph comedy)
( Biograph Comedy)

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


From station two on the Blitchton
road Thursday the stars and stripes
and bunting were wafted by the
breezes, having been put up by Mrs.
S. T. Sistrunk, who was the chair chairman
man chairman in charge. Situated at the four four-mile
mile four-mile post under spreading oaks made
the station an inviting place for the
hungry workers who lingered and
whiled away delightfully the noon
hour with the ladies assisting, who
were Mrs. J. R. Dewey. Mrs. William
Igou. Mrs. H. D. Todd and Mrs. J.
D. Small. Two hundred dinners
were served, consisting of chicken
pillau. potatoes, sliced roast, beans
pies, cakes, jelly, ice tea and hot cof coffee,
fee, coffee, the latter being made by Mr.
John Lindsey, who ably assisted the
ladies in many ways.

r !

We Handle
The Best Groceries.
This is a broad statement, but we
stand back of it. When we tell you
that in our line is included the fa famous
mous famous Seaman Brothers' goods, than
which there is none better put in a
package, you may know our reason
for it. And our delivery system is
right up to the minute.
Smith Grocery Co.
PHONE 4;?4
North of Ocala National Rank

iry (Gmidl PepaiPtaBill

All Colors, All Styles.
In Ruff, V-Neck and Middy Styles.
In Link Knit which wears best.
They are just the thing for school, automobiling
and out-door wear.

IBo Masters 0D),

House off Quality



The Merchant's Cafe is a first class j
place to take your meals. Open night
and day. J. R. Dewey, proprie- j
tor. 2-2S-tf j

OCAIiA LODGE NO. 280, 11. I O. K.

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

lemufnl Pfldore

For Framiing



The Ocala friends of Mr. and Mrs.
A. N. Goodwin will regret to hear

that Mrs. Goodwin is again in the
hospital in Orlando. j

i I have just opened up my ne
Miss Willie Ieou of Eustis wa in I garage on North Main street, and

rcftn between trains today
her eyes treated.

The Ocala Lodge No. 699, Loyal ;
Order of Moose, meets each Thursday j
evening at S o'clock in the Moose!
building. Visiting brothers are in- i
vited to attend our meetings. j
Geo. F. Mershon, Dictator. j
E. L. Stapp, Secretary.




S. Bui-
Davis i

H. Nugent.


Judge Circuit Court
lock. Ocala.
District Attorney E.
Clerk Circuit Court P

Sheriff J. P. Galloway
Tax Collector W. L

Tax Assessor Alfred Ayer. Ocala.
Treasurer John M. Graham
Surveyor W. A. Moorhead. Ocala.
Judge of Prolate Wm. E. Smith.
County Commissioners C. Carmi
hael. Ocaia: J. W. Davis. Summer Summer-field:
field: Summer-field: W t Henderson. Lynne; D. G.
Watkins. Dunnellon; Walter Luff Luff-man.
man. Luff-man. Sparr.
Board Public Instruction J. H

P.rin?on. Superintendent. Ocala; B

R. Blitch. Blitchton: J. S. Grantham

We have just received the most beautiful lot of
PICTURES for framing that have ever been shown
in Ocala.
The subjects are in colors and steel engravings
and are by well-known artists. The prices range
$3.00 to $8.00 Per Copy.
Come in and make your selection while the as as-sorment
sorment as-sorment is unbroken.
Also a lot of framed pictures, in different sub subjects,
jects, subjects, from 50c to $8 each.


Phone 19.

Ocala, Fla.

having solicit a share of the patronage of Fort McCoy: W. D. Cam. Ocala.

Mrs. Hartman and Mrs. Campbell
of Sutherland, who have been the
guests of Mrs. Arthur Cobb, left for
home today.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. West left th' th'-afternoon
afternoon th'-afternoon for a visit to Mr. WesrV
mo'her in Nashville. Tenn.
Mrs. H. P. Hall of Center Hill wa?
shopping in town today and spent a
while between trains with Mrs. Sid Sidney
ney Sidney Haile.

ar owners in Ocala and surrounding
lerritory. The repair department
is prepared to do all kinds of auto automobile
mobile automobile repairing on short notice.
None but first-class workmen em employed,
ployed, employed, and therefore, I am in po position
sition position to guarantee every job that
leaves the place. Rates will be found
reasonable as high-class workman workmanship
ship workmanship and good material can be fur
T. C. Luckie,

News comes that two charming j Building formerly occupied by Idea,
visitors of last winter will again re-1 Theater.

In every home there should be a
tottle of Dr. King's New Discovery,
ready for immediate use when any
member of the family contracts a
cold or cough. Prompt use will
stop the spread of sickness. S. A.
Stii. of Mason. Mich., writes: "My
whole family depended upon Dr.
King's New Discovery as the best

poush and cold medicine in thei

world. Two ."0c bottles cured mej

j of pneumonia." Thousands of other
! families have been equally benefit

ed and depended entirely upon Dr.
King's New Discovery to cure their
coughs and colds, throat and lung
troubles. Every dose helps. Price
."0c and $1 All druggists. H. E.
Rucklen & Co., Philadelphia or St.
Louis. Ad


sdDir Motel

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

European Plan $1.50 Per Day and Upward
A. M. Wilson. Thos. M. Wilson,
Jacksonville, Florida


order that the chautauqua shall be
a financial success, it has become
necessary to offer but the 400 sea season
son season tickets at the low price herein
mentioned. If you are not number numbered
ed numbered among the 400 and have to pay
ihe 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. D. Rooney.
McTvcr & MacKay
Funeral Directors
Fiae Caskets and Banal Robes.
Funeral Directors
All Work Done by Licensed Em
balmers and Fully Guaranteed
(Pastor, Rev. W. H. Dodge, D. D.)
5:45 a. m. Sunday school.
Rally day exercises will be held
today and all parents and friends of
school invited to attend.
j 11a. m. Sermon.
i Subject, 'Essential Factors in


Serially In This Paper ::
Since the golden days when he wrote with Stevenson, Lloyd Osbourne has told no tale
comparable to this. Its opening and its closing chapters are in those adventurous south seas
where they worked together on "The Ebb-Tide" and "The Wrecker." With the return to
the locale of their mutual labor, the brave and gallant spirit of 11. L. S. seerns to inspire his
pen, and it doe3 not desert him when the scene shifts to a New England village.
He has chosen for foundation an event that a few years ago shocked and thrilled the
whole world by reason of the high station of the man connected with it. Its tragic aspect he
robs of tragedy and turns to romantic issues. As its consequence he involves an American
man and an American girl in adventures now astonishing, now sudden and passionate, now bi bizarre
zarre bizarre and whimsical, now richly humorous, now keyed to the shrill pitch of excitement and
always mysterious and alluring.

Ocala Beauty Parlor,
Mis Mary Affleck's Millinery Parlcrs

Hair Dressing
Hair Dyeing
Hand Massage



Face Bleach
Switches Made
Children's Hair

MISS N. V. LAMBERT, Manager.

COLLIER BROS.. Proprietors.

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

Large Stock, Prompt Shipment
a. c. coNYERs, j&aa


Maiuscrijjjit Covers.
An elegant line of lawyers'
manuscript cavers, in any
color that could be desired.


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Scalp Treating
Hair Singe
Face Massage
Switches Dyed
from Combings
Bob a Specialty
We Sell
Superior to Plaste
or Ceiling in
Quality or Price.
Phone 296

Red, Buff, Gray and
Common Building


This Tale, Brimful of Ro Romance,
mance, Romance, Mystery and Ex
citement, Will Be Printed

(oxl Chance fur tlit People
Them for Some of Their
Public Spirit
One evening toward the latter part
I of the month, the baud will give a
; concert at the Temple. The proceeds
j will go toward paying rent on the
1 hall where they practice and other
j expenses;.
i Ttio numilioi'i; -f t li li'ind lirjvn
shown splendid public spirit all this
j and other summers. Let. the people 1
i snow appreciation o going io mis
paid concert in force.
th;ii T-siviitT itisis
j You've a very narrow skirt.
Little -.iirl.
A re. you sure it doesn't hurt.
Little yirl'.'
That's a mincing little stride
Where the street is wild and wide
Are you sure there's room inside.
Little uirl?
iat will happen if you
Little nil!'.'
Aren't you fearful it will rip.
Little AiVi:'
You would better take a sack.
So if anything should crack,
It would serve you coming back,
Little li ill.
lines your mamma know you're out.
Little .uirlV
We're afraid to iio about.
Little .uirl.
If wi- meet you in tile sun.
With your skirt so thinly purj.
Why. we rniuht all have to run.
Little uirl.
Let the bottom out a bit.
Little :;irl.
It is much too tiuht a tit.
Little uirl.
A the matter stands.
You'll be walking on your hands.
And in that event my lands'.
Little uirl.
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, 10 U, an examination
for teachers' certificates, at which
all persons desiring to teach in Mari Marion
on Marion county will have an opportunity
to qualify in the matter of examina examination.
tion. examination. I hope a numbr 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 wish to call attention of all
; parties i
the state


nterested to the ruling of;brated artists. That everyone in our
board that all teachers of icitv may have the opportunity to

high school
II Meets will in future
have to have not only a first grade.
but a special certificate covering t he
work they propose to do. This, of
course, would no: apply to those
holding state certificates.
Very truly your-.
Rrinsor.. s
J. H.

Church Work."
;i p. m. Junior Missionary So Society.
ciety. Society. No evening service, the congrega congregation
tion congregation uniting with other congrega congregations
tions congregations in a farewell service to Rev.
W. H. Coleman at the Christian
A cordial invitation extended to
the public to attend these services.
Every one will be welcome.
(Rev. Jno. B. Ley, Pastor)
Sunday school 9: 30-a. m.
Thorough organization, grading,
classification. Visitors cordially wel welcomed.
comed. welcomed. Xew pupils solicited.
Preaching at 11 a. m. by the pas pastor.
tor. pastor. Subject of sermon. "Consecra "Consecration
tion "Consecration that Counts."
Solo by Mrs. H. M. Hampton.
At 3:30 p. m. Senior League devo devotional
tional devotional meeting. Miss Ruth Boney
At night there will be no service
as the congregations will all unite
with Brother Coleman at the Chris Christian
tian Christian church, in view of his prospec prospective
tive prospective indefinite absence.
Ajpropriate music at each service
and a cordial welcome.
Epworth League Program
Miss Ruth Boney. leader.
Opening song. 1SS.
Song. SS.
Prayer by Rev. Ley.
Topic, "Missions."
Scripture. John 4:33-36.
Piano solo by Miss Mary Ervin.
Reading by the leader.
Scripture readings.
Song by Miss Gladys Martin.-
Clippings from the Era.
Song, 13 4.

10 a.
1 1 a.
II. Coleman, Minister)
m. Sunday school,
in. Sermon. "A Parting
7:30 p. m. The other churches
will join in a union service and there
will be short messages from all the
Evervbodv welcome.
Rev. W. II. Coleman will
Monday for Des Moines, Iowa.
will at least spend the winter
1 jler(1
So tomorrow will take the
jform of a parting service. All mem mem-j
j mem-j ber.s and friends are especially in in-jvited
jvited in-jvited to attend.
For Hie Chautauqua Opens Tuesday,
October I f, !) a. in. in the Hoard
of Trade Rooms
The advance sale of chautauqua
season tickets opens next Tuesday
morning. It will be necessary for
all persons whose intention it is to
attend the great chautauqua to be on
hand promptly that they may secure
a good seat. Hut 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 ."0
etits for each attraction except Dr.
Con well and the great singers. Sig.
and Mine. Herini, when the door ad admission
mission admission will be To cents for all ex except
cept except season ticket holders. On this
first sale, opening Tuesday morning,
reserved seats will be given to sea season
son season ticket holders free. After this
sale reserved peats will cost $1 extra
for the season. Remember, all sea season
son season tickets pledged on this first sale
carry the reserved seat for the. sea-
son, so be on hand promptly, and
check off your seat. Also remember
that only 4 00 season tickets will be
offered. If you do not get in on the
4o, you must pay the straight door
There will be over forty-five dis distinct
tinct distinct events for the price of one sea season
son season ticket.
Adult season tickets, $4. (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. j
The board of trade announces one
of the greatest chautauqua programs!
ever presented in the United States.
! offering
a lis: of the world's cele-
! ?r,kf advan'a?? of thx insr.irinar
event, th price of season tickets has
j been ; -laced at a most insignificant
sum averaging about seven ceirs an
; entertainment. These sam artists
! appear in all i-arrs of the world for
from fifty c---nts to five dollars. The
program very expensive and in


The Great Painter Was a Victim of
Reckless Speculation.
German art students who hare been
investigating the reason r, by Rem Rembrandt
brandt Rembrandt died hopelessly bankrupt hare
discovered that lie was ,-in iiK-nrrigible
speculator. It had hitherto leen pop popularly
ularly popularly supposed that he was compelled
to remain poor because of his extrava
gant love of jewels.
Unfortunate speculations turn out
to have Ikhmi the cause of his financial
ruin. Documents have I een disinter disinterred
red disinterred showing that he officially informed
the municipality of Amsterdam that
be had suffered heavy losses in Imsi
ncss transactions as well as through
damages ami losses on the high seas.
It was at a time. lt.4MV. when a!
Europe was engaged in feverish inon
ey making in connection with Hoi Hoi-laud's
laud's Hoi-laud's meteoric prosperity
Spe ulation took place on a reckless reckless-scale.
scale. reckless-scale. Immense fortunes were sunk
In shipping, banking and colonial en enterprises.
terprises. enterprises. Ueinbrandt. whose highly artisti
nature was sadly devoid of even ele elementary
mentary elementary business sense, fell an easy
victim to the scheming speculators of
that era of frenzied finance, and he
lost his entire fortune. Many of his
pictures were seized for debt by the
legal authorities before the canvases
were half finished, nankruptcy final finally
ly finally overtook him and compelled him to
sell all bis properties, his home and
priceless works of art under the ham hammer
mer hammer at sacrifice prices. Philadelphia
Origin of Iron Duke.
The Iron Duke, of course, was Wel Wellington,
lington, Wellington, but lie came by the nickname
in a roundabout way. lie was never
so called until long after Waterloo. An
iron steamship, a novelty at the time,
was built in the Mersey and named t!te
I Hike of .Wellington, and so the vessel
came to be known as the Iron Duke,
the transition being easy and obvious
It was the duke's union of resolution
and physical energy which made tin
popular name for the Mersey built
steamship to tit him like a perfect cap.
Such, at least, is the explanation of bis
biographer. Sir Herbert Maxwell.
Loudon Chronicle.
Power of Desire.
It has been said of Abraham Lincoln
that as a boy ne read less than a half
dozen books ,-uiil that they were such
books as "Pilgrim's Progress." Weeuis
'l.ii'o of Washington" and a popular
history of the United States written in
almost primary .language. Yet Lin Lincoln
coln Lincoln was al-le to express himself more
clearly than almost any public or liter literary
ary literary man of bis time. Such' is the pow power
er power of desire.
Getting a Verdict.
"We could have settled our diffi difficulties
culties difficulties by tossing a coin. Instead we
spent a lot of money in going to law."
"I understand the jury settled the
whole matter by tossing a coin."
Kansas City Journal.
What She Lacked.
Wi2rg I suppose Mrs. Pneurich has
the best of everything. Wagg Well,
perhaps the best of everything except
manners. Philadelphia Record.
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Being a True Account of Certain J
Strange and Wonderful Adven-
tures of Master John Hampdon,
Seaman, and Mistress Lucy j

Wilberforce, Gentlewoman, In
the Great South Seas.

CopyrifltiU 1912. fc Cyrus fownseod Brady j

II il 111111 H' llllllllly

In Which We Win Light, Life, Liberty
and Love.
WE went down the cave. To
find the water was easy.
Sure enough. It led away
through a narrow rift in
yrhat direction we could not tell, al although
though although its tendency was downward,
and 1 knew it would come out upon
the beach somewhere. It had not

seemed t me as 1 examined it before j
the earth. snake tha the rift was mote j

than enough to earry the water, but it
had probably mei:ed wider now by th
shock, and so we followed it. Al

though sometimes the walls closed j
over the water eourse. making tunnels. (

we managed to for e our way through j P(j

awe. a iso m terror.

We terred out upon the sand.

clothes were torn to rags; blood wa
clotted in my hair and on my fore forehead:
head: forehead: my fae was black with swent
and dust. There were wound on my
arms and legs. 1 was a gory and hor horrible
rible horrible spectacle. Mistress Lucy had

uffered no wounds, but her clothes
., tnrn Her face was

wnr 1 1 ii l w. ...
irrimv and beneath the dust and eartt

stain it was as white as ine .u,, v.
"Thanks to Jod." she said at last,
"and you. we have won!"
t diu n-MiiWl hnve fainted 1

J LUijuni .-uv i
caught her by the arm. sat her down;
ui,ou the island and sprinkled the wa

ter from the brook in her face until
presently she revived.
-We are not safe yet." 1 urged
"There were hundreds of savages upon
the island. They could not all have
been in the cave. We must go warily.
We cannot rest now."
-1 am ready." she said with great
spirit, getting to her feet and stretch-in-
out her hand: "if you will help me

I can go anywhere."
I still had my sword. 1 drew it and
led on. keeping well under the shelter

i of the cliffs. We walked up tue euu
j toward the giant stairs. There were
I men. islanders, at the top of the wall.
! t.nt mv first dance told me that wc

had nothing to fear from them, for the
stairs were gone They were but a
scattered heap of stones. The earth earthquake
quake earthquake had crumbled the work of the
builders of bygone years, and as the
stairs had fallen away they had left
,.iifr mid bare for a hundred

folit Thev couldn't come at us. i

It is an act of God." said 1. -that
has broken down the stairs."
"P.ut there may be another way of

descent. she said alter a momem.
"Oh. lei us leave this dreadful island'."!
I had no hope that the dinghy had!
been spared, but its place was not farj
away, and we walked to it in silence, j
It was gone. A tidal wave had follow-

tiiP earthquake. The canoes in

Can't Help But
Admire Babies
Erery Woman Cast Loving Glance tt
the Nestling Cuddled in it Bonnet.

A vr'.s fcr-art naturally respond-? fl

I.,. rtJVr t:. wor Wore sin. -: to match her own

the advent of liotber's Friend.

j when 1 made to let it go she would
l not.
I "Master IIauiidou."" be said, looking
; at me. her eyes brighter than the dia dia-I
I dia-I monds and bluer than the sapphire
i upon the tb!e. "you are a fool."
j "Right wll do 1 know that, mis

tress, said I. striving lo ieuu a miiit

This i3 a most wonderful external help i

to the muscles and tendons. It pmctrat-s 1
the tissues, t;a'.:-s t:.n piicrt to readily j
ykld to"s dernend f r expansin, i
eo thore is o lner a period of pain. dl3- j
comfort, s' raining, na.:sca or other symp- i
toms so often distresses during tlie anxious
-eks of expectancy.
Mother's l'ri'nl prepares the system f r
the coming event, and its use brinjrs en.:-
lurt, rest and repose during the term. Ti-:s ;
Las a most marked Intiuence upon the bab, j
since it thus inherits a splendid growing
Ejgtem of nerves and digestive function.
And particularly to young mothers is this
famous remedy of inestimable value. It
cables her to preserve her health and
strength, and she remains a pretty motlu r

bv having avoided all the sunerins ana

would otherwise

eu"h an occasion.

And a blind man as well."

' Whereat 1 was a i!ind man indeed.
! for my eyes misled up. but not with
I the blod as in the battle. And I. as

j strong and tough as a mountain oak.
' was as like to faint as any lovesick
I girl.
j "John. John." eame the sweetest
voice in the world to me through the
i darkness, "dotft you see'r Don't you

know that 1 lo e you and you ni.
that you have all my life, and that my
life, which is yours a thousand times
nn s:i :mii 1 shore, is not worth living

without you V"
"But your friends, your world." 1
protested as she a:ne nearer.

"I have no oMier friends. 1 want no
; other, and you are my world"
Well, it N not in me to resist after
; that, and for the third time in my life
1 held her in my arms, where since
I that hour she has often been again.

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


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mus.-lV involved and is a sure preventi.e setnes t mr 11,1
for caking of the breasts. j "Do you remember that night on the
You will find this splendid remedy on j j, f j)evoM wwn first you kissed
6ale at all drug stores at $1.00 a Mtt! 1
end is hishlv recommended for the purpos. n'.eV" she asked, laughing.
Write Ilradfteld Regulator Co.. 134 I.amar I ..,f ijo.jij ui Vou a million times.
Bid-. Atlanta. ;a.. and they vill maM y " 1 ..n
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tant au-tant mothers. sWered boldly. "I should not forget a
j single one of thctn. much less that."
calU, w. on m.W al a RMleman.i J !":. '"JZISZ

OUT Eng- sumpuon. ;iii;iuu m 1M-.111 v..

1 confess. 1 you: and to

1 ilnfiful husband, lov-

then. and he treated us ouneous..

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TliMre was no war between

iti, 1. .-nxl the Snanish monarch i to you.

1 ilt- IH II II ' 1 J l in

iravo us food and raiment, assigned a
spare calcn to my mistress and
berthel me aft with the oMicers He
1... in,, 1 Valparaiso, which in

.,1 . without mishan. we reach-' lowing it with a ki

ed There we took ship for the I'ortu-
. 1

on the oiuer suoi-

got a

in", devtiled in me. ne .iu-u

iauuhed a-ain. "I strike you ou. e more.
Whereat she laid her hand once again,
but in tenderness, upon my cheek, fol-

them. I went in the advance, for 1
knew that what my hulk could pass
would present little difficulty for her.
We wandered in and out among the
-oral until it seemed to me that we
had gone miles, although in reality it
rould have teen but a few hundred
At last we came to a place too low
and too narrow for me to pass, al
though I might, perchance, have thrust
her through.
"You see." she said, "this is the end'
"No." said 1.
I still had the ax with me and the
sword which I had thrust into my
belt. The rock seemed soft. Lyini:
down uion mv back and covering my

which the islanders had come had been

dashed to pieces and their keepers kill killed.
ed. killed. The survivors were prisoners on
the island unless their friends came to
their help and even then until they

could devise some way of getting down j

the cliff. And we. too. were prisoners.
Some of our gear, the compass, some
nrovisions which 1 had stored in the

:ranuies of the rock

but they were useless to us. Some Something
thing Something else had happened. The eartU-

i quake had broken the vast uarnei

reef. Itefore us was a practicable pas passage
sage passage t ) the sea:
If we only had a boat! 1 turned to
the canoes hopeful of finding one sea sea-worthv.
worthv. sea-worthv. and as I did so my little mis-

eves with one hand. 1 struck at it tress caught me ty tne arm.
with the ax. thus enlarging the pas j "Look!" she cried, pointing far up

sage. 1 lie water eeneaui 00- j iuc uwn..-i.,

deathlv cold, the candle in the lantern

was burning lower and lower, but 1

guest possession

of the continent and thence we

ship from Kio de Janeiro to Lisbon,
and so at last we eame to F.ngland
ir.,1 to IMvnioiith harbor, whence we

had set forth nearly a year ago
1 paid the captain of the Spanish;
frigate which had picked us up with
an emerald of great price, which lie
was loath to accept, but which we
messed upon him. We had little dif

) 1... 1. ... ..,.rt. i;- iifTu-t's iii sell

were sti.l there. 1 m-wii..- imi.-.i-..

ing another stone or two ior reau
money at Valparaiso, so we expert
enced no difficulties which could be
avoided by the expenditure of mone
npoii the way.
I took my mistress to the house of
the devoted Master Fickliu. who. with
that kindly woman, his sister, greeted
us as if we had risen from the dead
and. greatly rejoicing in my lady's good
fortune, gave us the warmest of wel
comes There I had what I expected

I have had hi majesty s sword niiti
upon my shoulder after I had led one
of the king's ships to victory in the
French wars, ynd I am now. if you
please. Sir John Hampdon. We live at Cattle, and our children
nlay on the sward, but the royal ac ac-.
. ac-. olade meant not so much to me as
that light blow upon my cheek with
which my dear mistress sealed our
plighted troth.

The Mysterious

Battleship In
the Pacific

hung on. Never did I work so in nil
my life as then At last 1 loosened a
huge rock, which fell suddenly upon
me. Had I not seen it coming and
dropped the ax and stayed its progress
with both upraised hands it might have

crushed me. .s it was. it fell fairly
upon my breast. I could not throw it
aside: the way was too narrow. I held
it up in my hands si ml forced my way
through, although what I should meet
or where I should bring up on the
other side 1 knew not. 1 thrust hard
and harder with my feet and presently
my way was clear, and I shaved my myself
self myself through the opening. With one
great final effort I rolled the rock aside
and then lay on my back on the sand,
breathless, exhausted.
She dragged herself over my body
and through the passage I had thus

made and men Kneii u m, mu-, iyi
me. murmuring words I did not dare to
listen, to lest 1 should go mad with
joy. And. indeed. I was so exhausted
that I could scarcely credit that 1 had
heard anything real. Presently, how however.
ever. however. I staggered to my feet again. She
had forgotten the lantern, but I went
back after it.
Xe were In a more spacious cave
The stream, fed by other brooks, had
become larger. The descent was much
more rapid. The cliff wall was. I be
lieve. narrower at the treasure cave
than anywhere else in the island. It
was nerhaps. not more than half a

mile wide. We stumbled rapidly down

the long vaulted passage to the other J

wall. As we approached it I half fear

ed that the rock might be solid, and
that the brook might plunge beneath
it. but fortune did not do its worst for
us. There was a rift in the wall,
around which the brook ran. A long
distance away appeared to me a spot
of dimness. Recklessly we clasped
hands and ran to the opening.
Alas, when we reached the light we
found that the entrance was closed by
a huge stone. It did not exactly fit the
opening, and the light filtered around
it 1 stood panting, staring at it.
"re we to be ended now." I cried.

"after having come thus far? Stand
clear." I shouted, not giving her time
to answer.
Then with all my strength I swung
the ax and struck the rock fair and
square and by good fortune upon some
frr it shivered and a crack

ll..-'u 1 v v
started. Once again, this time with
tremendous force. 1 swung and struck.
The ax sauk into the stone, the helve
shivered in my hand. It was a right
good blow, if I do say it myself, for
the rock was by this time fairly spilt
in two. the pieces falling to the right
and left. Still it was well in the en
trance. We had not yet a clear pas
I was mad now. as mad as I had
been in the inner cave fighting for her.
The blood rushed to my face, a mist to
uiy eyes. 1 stooped down and with
my hands 1 seized one piece of that
rock and. with such strength as Her

cales might have used, thrust it aside

Ut. mistress stood staring at me

I turned, and there, bottom upward.

floated the dinghy. The sight of her

was like a draft of wiue. I turned and j W

ran up the sand, followed by my lady.
When opposite the boat I kicked off
my shoes I had on little else but shirt
and trousers jumped into the lagoon,
swam to the dinghy and towed her
ashore. Assisted by Mistress Lucy. I
turned her over. I then hunted up the
few things we had saved, with a little
store of cocoanuts which we had ac accumulated
cumulated accumulated in one of the caves, shipped

the oars, which, being tied to the row rowlocks,
locks, rowlocks, had not been washed away, and
shoved off.
The mast was still lashed to the
thwarts, and a boat cloak had been
caught under the forward thwart. The
painter was still fastened to a ring
bolt in the bow. and as soon as I had
rowed through the narrow entrance I
stepped the mast and improvised a sail

with the boat cloak and the painter.
The breeze blew softly. We passed
the island and then set our course by
the compass to the eastward, headed
for the great South American coast so

ur.ny miles away.
We had gone through many perils,
but had sustained them all. Fortune,
as if ashamed of her allotted trouble,
made it up to us in the end. for in a
few days we fell in with a Spanish
ship of war in the service of the vice viceroy
roy viceroy of IVru. which hid been exploring
the south seas and had been driven
far out of her course by the same
storm whi h had wrecked the Rose of
Devon, fommander Hon Antonio K-

woiild be my last interview with her

had been thrown constantly to

o-Hw.n florin"- the six months that had

elansed between our great adventures

upon the Island of the Stairs and our

arrival in Kngl ind. We had discussed
evervthing else. I think, but I had said

naught of my love. Indeed, each
lea"i:e of sea over which we passed

on our wav homeward seemed to re

move her farther from me.
We were alone Oond Mistress Kick

lin had given us her parlor for the aft

ernoon I took from my pockets the
,...,t-.w nniichos filled with her treas

ure and laid them on the table.

"These. Mistress Wilberforce." said
I, formally enough, although my heart

was beating rapidly, "are yours.

She waved her hand as if they were

of small moment

-w.. Hm-.. di-icnssMfl that before." she

said "What of yourself?"

"Last nigh;." I replied. "1 went down
on the docks A company's ship sails
for India next week. They want a

chief mate, and if my references serve

thev will engage me.

&c v li

. ". -:-.-.v. -:-::: v.v.- '-. .v.

Cartoai of Mutes.
We have just unloaded a carload of fine
TciKBSsec lite,
Also a Number of Good Horses
We will be pleased to show you these fine ani animals
mals animals at the barn, and are prepared to make close
prices on them.
This is the first carload of the season, selected in
person by Mr. Tompkins. Many other loaHs will
follow through the season, and our barns will be
well supplied at all times.

Ocala, Fla.


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Will P y Big Regard for Appre Apprehension
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ward is offered by the county com-;

aiissioners of Marion county, Flor-j
ida, for the party or parties whOj

murdered Mrs. P. T.

and a half miles north of Ocala, on
the morning of October 2nd, at 8
o'clock. Description of negro seen
coming away from the Wilson place
at that time: Black, rather stout

build, weight

IO-6-dw tf


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about No. 7 shoe; going in easterly
direction from Wilson home. Corn-

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J. P. Galloway,
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We Fell In With a Spanish Ship o1
"And you have these references:"
"I thought, madam, that your friends

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when they know."
"Hut I have no friends in the city."
she aid.
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-And so." she said, without looking
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vou be happy."
She extended her hand to me, and 1

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lh f November. 1 11 3.
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i 'minor, in the

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I .! .Vr.l
io.v i)tn T.imitfd Oct. ISth. Elxtension

317.00 ASHKVILI.K, X. C, and return. Tickets on sale Oct.

21st, 22nd. L.imitea .nov. uu.
v-i.-- -riic and rpttirn. Tickets on

5.' . r . -.
Limited Nov. 10th.
c- Nimiii.K. AI.A.. and return. Tickets on sale Oct.

Limited Nov. 3th. Extension to Nov. 30th.
$2.HO XASHVILLK, TKXX., and return. Tickets on sale

2lnh. Limited to o. oin.

' For information of reservations call on nearest Atlantic Coast Line

ticket agent or
V. R. BEAZLEY. T. P. A., J- G.
Tampa, Fla.

on sale Oct.

to Nov. 8th.

19th, 20th.

sale Oct. 20th, "ilst, 22nd.

24th. 23th, 26th.

Oct. 28th,


Tampa. Fla