OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1913
Will be in American Waters in lfJL"i
on the Opening of the Trans Trans-Isthmian
Isthmian Trans-Isthmian Waterways
Washington, Oct. 19. Anchored
in Hampton Roads early in 1915
will le the greatest internation
neet ever gathered in American wa
ters, assembled in answer to the in
vitation of the United States govern
ment to celebrate the completion or j
the Panama canal by making a voy-
age through the canal to the Pacific
The precise number of vessels
which will lie in Hampton Roads is
iot yet known to the officers of the j
navy department, in charge of the i
arrangements for rendezvous as so j
far there have been no formal re-
sponses to the invitations dispatch-;
ed by the state department to all the!
nations of the world. Some of the
nations with great navies may Le
rnrin t -'! 1- ijiiiiaiiPi'irK nf fmir nr
more warships: others by only one or ?
two an I some of the countries prac-!
tically without navies including ves-'.
sels of the first class, will be repre- j
senteJ only in the personnel of the!
legations and commissions to the;
Panama-Pacific Exposition. j
Date to he .niMuneI Soon
The exact date of the rendezvous
probablv will be announce 1 within
the next two months. The formal',
invitation of the United States was
dispatched by Secretary Bryan to all
the diplomatic officers of the United
ed States abroad Sept. ir, last. It
j to the Golden Gate in forty-two days
I which will include a stop of a day or
i two at some convenient harbor or
; roadside on the Pacific coast prob prob-I
I prob-I ably at Magdalena Bay. for addi additional
tional additional fuel and supplies. At San
; Francisco there will be elaborate cer cer-j
j cer-j einonies conducted under the au au-;
; au-; pices of the exposition management.
: and w hen these have en led the
great fleet will break up and the
different squadrons start for their
HAS TURNED IIP
! wiil run regardless of whether the
alleged defective redisricting bilT
! forces him to run against Clark in;
the oil second district. which in includes
cludes includes Jacksonville, or the new new-fourth.
fourth. new-fourth. In fact, the Putnam county county-ite
ite county-ite seems determine 1 to run '"anyhow."
C.1LHOI X, WASN'T
M A 1 1 Y AMERICANS
I'iher from Birmingham in Atlanta
Witli a Story tliat May Free
j Atlanta, Oct. 21. While city de detectives
tectives detectives are guarding every possible
'exit and reporters are besieging thej Jacksonville Metropolis:
: buildine I. W. Fisher, who claimsithat the paper which he
CO XT KM IT
Jw'ge Call Was Very
Little Doubt that the Climate or that
Country is Not Conducive
Mexico City. Oct. 21. Many Am
ericans are fleeing from here as a
j res lit of prhate warnings received j
! from friends in the United Sta'ies. :
! telling them to gt out. and especial-j
iv to have the women and children
ave as soon as possible
cfiviug the messages said ihat they j
were apiarently based on alleged in-I
i ;e information trom
; nlted Sta;c:
trouble between the
: and Mexico. Repre Repre-American
American Repre-American firms are be
ailed bv their home oflices
i to heve knowledge of Mary Phagan's
murder which will free L. M. Frank.
' passed last night in the offices of
! Luther Rosser on the seventh floor
Fisher was rushed to Atlanta yes yesterday
terday yesterday morning from Birmingham
by C. W. Burke, a former detective,
after he had expressed a willingness
to come to Atlanta to testify here,
and after eluding for a brief spell
the reporters on their trail, he was
taken to Mr. Rosser's office where
his story was investigated.
The new witness claims that an-
Thoe re-1 ier ,nan- a l,r'Jminent men nam, is
the guilty man; says that lie was
threatene 1 until lie left Atlanta i'v;r!
Birmingham and claimed that he!r-'"-iipt
had been receiving hush money ever
since. All went well he said until
Frank was convicted and his con
science began to prod him. lie de-!
Federal Grand Juror Walker, rela relative
tive relative to the investigation of the
New South Farm and Home Com Company,
pany, Company, hal been handed him by Chas.
H. Seig, president of the company
and that he had rea l only a small
: art of it. and handed it to the grand
juror, because he thought the grand
jury should have all the facts in the
case. and. denying that he intended
SEX NOR RELIGION
Mexican Bandits Drove Catholic Sis Sisters
ters Sisters lroni Their Convent at
that would do credit to a much larg larger
er larger town than this.
Mrs. Eelle Holtzclaw spent Thurs Thursday
day Thursday and Friday in Ocala, the guest
of Mrs. J. E. Redding.
Mr. J. O. Hightower paid a busi business
ness business visit to Ocala Friday.
Galveston, Oct. 21. The story of Of Southern Men to Impress Iinpcr Iinpcr-how
how Iinpcr-how thirty-three Catholic nuns were tance of their Waterways on Peo Peo-Jriven
Jriven Peo-Jriven at midnight under tire fronij plc from tlC Xorth and Kast.
heir convent and how unarmed men I
were shot down for the gold in their'
teeth, is told here by members of a
band of three hunJred and sixty
refugees who arrived from Tampieo;
by steamer yesterday.
Secretary Rooney of the Board of
Trade has received the following:
Pensacola, Oct. IS.
Dear Sir: U. S. Senator Duncan
U. Fletcher joins me in the urgent
Nearly all were destitute and had
suffered hardships of one form orle delegates to represent your lo lo-another
another lo-another in the fierce guerilla war-!caIil-v !n the sixth annual mention
of the Mississippi to Atlantic lnianu
are which is raging around Torreon.
Mother Mary Vincent, of the Order
.of the Incarnate Word, was in charge
",00 in gold behind in their
near Torreon. The women
to tamper with it. or in any way. in
wth ar,nri i,,rv fln.-ii-Jf the nuns who were compelled to
that he urn not know ne was aoinj
wrong to hand a juror anything per
raining to a case it was to investi
gate, Dick Calhoun of Sanford, ap-jate-peared
before Judge Call this morn- j
lug mil came on purge 1 of con- T. JO I INS WILL ILWK
A WKT Oil DRV S;KAP
were sheltered at the British consul-
SMNATtJi: 1 LirrciiF.ius
recites the fact that in the navy an-!
Brilliant and Uefnl Statesman Who
Will Represent Florida in the
1 1 ighest I k-pres-ntat i ve
rided to. confess and toll his story (this place were certainly glad
to Chief of Police Bodeker in Bir-ja nice shower of rain Sunday
mingham. ; ing.
His story has created intense in-i Messrs. C. W
terest in Atlanta, especially among j Hoi ton returned home Sunday
the friends of Frank. The prisoner's
attorneys, however are inclined to
Marsh came across
propriation act of 1911. the presi president
dent president was authorized and requested
in extending his invitation to foreign
nations to participate in the expo
sition also to invite their represen
Senator Fletcher is chairman of
the committee on printing, next in
i rank on the commerce committee, a
member of the judiciary committee.
i treat it with-a certain degree of lev-, the big scrub Wednesday.
Jity and solicitor Dorsey places no 1 Messrs. Hosea and David Sellers!
credence in it. Atlanta detectives J carried a load of Parson Brown or-j
win arrest i-isner as soon as tneyianges to town Saturday. ;
can get hold of him, to hold him a?! Mr. J. G. Fokes met with quite an j
Waterways Association to be held at
Palatka, Fla., November 17-1 8th,
and conclude in Jacksonville, Fla.,
in joint session with the Atlantic
Deeper Waterways Association, Nov.
10, 20 and 21.
j It is expected that thousands of
delegates will attend these conven conventions
tions conventions from the Eastern states, pro pro-iding
iding pro-iding an exceptional opportunity
for the Southern states to imress up-
Jon these delegates the importance of
St. Augustine Record: Suddenly : SOJtneru waterways.
; springing a wet or dry election cam-j Le!and J. Henderson, .Secretary,
inhaign ior St. Johns county the dry, Vr Roonev nas appointed the fol fol-seeUorces
seeUorces fol-seeUorces yesterday began a carefully 1 owing gentlemen, and it is to be
rn-Sidannel fight and from present indi- iiritli aii t ihPm u-ni bo abb to at
tend the convention:
R. L. Martin, J. L. Edwards, J. E.
Chace, C. V. Miller, D. H. Kirkland,
C. Carmichael. T. S. Kyle. R. P. Rog Rogers.
ers. Rogers. Clarence Camp, Jack Camp, R.
ation-s an election will be held in
Caldwell and J. Ii. Uhe county of St. Johns upon this
from : question not later than December. It
is planned to make a quick, decisive
fight and to wind the matter up as
quickly as possible.
and their fleets to assemble;-"! ot Philippine Islands. Pacific 1s-
Roads, Va., and from
to Washington city.
there to be formally
their voyage to
is expected that,
tation will meet
lans and Porto Rico, public
afid other committees. lie
welcomed by ffctive service in the investigation
! of the interior department and
was the ranking
also is to go to I nervation.
to review the as as-as
as as-as they start on
San Francisco. It
the American invi invi-with
with invi-with general ac-
service. known as
co 11 11-the
the 11-the He
C. Camp, C. S. Cullen, M. Strauss,
Wm. Hooker, J. C. Boozer, George
;MacKay, H. B. Clarkson, W. S. Bul Bul-!3oek.
!3oek. Bul-!3oek. George Rentz, E. P. Rentz, D.
Levon. Oct. IS.
accident last Friday morning while ; eft Monday night
a material witness.
Fisher claims that on April 2t".. the i watering his horse. The animal be-ijna on a visit
day Mary Pragan. the little factory! came frightened, knocked Mr. Fokes i other relatives,
girl, was murdered, he drove a well; down an 1 struck him on the fore-1 ir j Frink attended
known Atlanta man to the pencil; head with his hoof, besides running j uj,.-
committee and framed a report
which resulted in Ballinger's resig resignation
nation resignation and other changes in the de department.
partment. department. His speech on that inves-
gathering of a fleet of perhaps 77. or 5 ligation was one of his best efforts.
100 warships of the best tvpe. for i He was a member of the committee
Titanic disaster out
ceptance and the result will Ue the
tlio ronenn t Vi a t clrv ant anfinna tfwi investigating the
vessels would be unable to keep pace j of which inquiry law s have been en en-with
with en-with the rest of the fleet in the 'acted insuring the safety of lives at
cruise from Hampton Roads to the.ea. His next greatest work has
Americans to Command
The international fleet will prob probably
ably probably be under command of an Amer-
factory, where the murder occurred.
This man, according to Fisher, said
he had an appointment with Mary
Phagan. The man left the building
hurriedly half an hour later, saying.
"Something awful has happenel,"
ar-cording to Fisher. He supplied
on Silver Springs
pain-1 The farmers of this section are
brief acation after hav-
Fisher with funds and told
leave town. Fisher says.
The name of the mysterious man
hns been made known to Frank's
lawyers, according to .Mr. Rosser.
(JKTTlXft AFTF.il CLAl HE'S GOAT
ican vice admiral, in all likelihf.o 1 1
j been in connection with rural ere 1-
its. and the subject of agricultural
; finance and cooperation for the ben ben-!
! ben-! efit of the agricultural interests of
he countrv. He was appointed by
Cameron McR. Wilson, for it is ex
nected that congress, which has au-
i President Wilson on the commission
i of seven to study
' Kurorean countries
tnonzea me assemniv win maKe pro- i
l (. ongress
visions tor tins new graje ratner i . ..
commission. He is
than to have the American com- 1 .
j American commission
""ithe Southern Commercial
! an.l composed of two trom
iianipion itoaus ana lue nine re- i-
1 I .tate. ioine.1 in bv tour Canadian 1
quirea ror a visit 10 h as iusiou u. .,
1 !rovr,ices. Th?se commission
the foreign visitors will consume
about a weel' or ten days, and then
this subject in
and report to
chairman of that
chairman of the
J Congressman L'Kngle's Opponents
Will Find that he Post-s.-es a
Jacksonville Metropolis: Three
prospective candidates for Congress
from the fourth district are in the
city today, these being W. J. Sears,
of Kissimmee: W. A. MacWilliar.is
of St. Augustine, an! S. J. Hilburn Tangerine,
of Palatka. It is believed that each A good many
gentleman will lace the starter in here
the spring primary.
Mr. Sears, who is grand chancel-
will 1 lor of the Knights of Pythias or
the wagon wheel over his le:
arm, causing bruises of a most
Mr. Lawrence Marsh drove his!ing gathered their hay and other
new Reo to the Brick City Saturday, j forage crops and are now awaiting
He was accompained by his sister. i10g killing time.
Miss Annie S. Marsh, two daughters,! Among the big farmers visiting in
and George Brant. Jr. While return- j Levon this week were Messrs. Rutus
ing home the car came near running j lin, rjOD i erry. and M. M. Proctor,
into a wagon, tried to climb a tree.0f pedro.
but no serioas damage was clone, j Mr. W. J. Frink and Mrs. Shaw
The party arrived home safely anl!HUli y,VH Waters visited Ocala Fri Fri-attended
attended Fri-attended the merry-go-round at fiav evening.
Moss Bluff. They reported a nice: c L (Jaulding and son. H. C. aid
time lots of good ri ling and music. jTom House. I)r
I he kelectra school is progressing jr and Mrs.
nicely with eighteen regular atten-1 ('.aughter. Miss
S. Woodrow, R. S. Hall, Frank Har Harris,
ris, Harris, J. M. Meffert, S. T. Sistrunk Jf
with his mother anl M. Thomas, R. R. Carroll, Ocala-; S.
:H. Gaitskill, W. M. Gist, Mcintosh:
H. J. Tinker. J. B. Peck, L. S. Light,
run Monday : Reddick; W. J. Crosby, E. L. Wart Wart-imann,
imann, Wart-imann, Citra; P. M. Harp, Eureka ;
G. R. Gates. Harry Meadows, John
Talton, Anthony; Nathan Mayo, J.
W. Davis. S. U. Campbell. Summer Summer-field;
field; Summer-field; W. J. Frink, T. K. Slaughter.
I. even; John T. Lewis, J. B. Martin,
Alf Proctor, M. M. Foxworth. Pedro;
J. E. Thomas. Walter Luff man, .1. L L-Grantham.
Grantham. L-Grantham. Sparr: W. T. Henderson.
John R. Rogers. Chas. H. Rogers,
Lynne; B. C. Webb. Waldo Martin,
E. P. Townsend. Martin: V. S. Rou.
C. B. Howell. Lowell; C. H. Shaw.
?!. G. Davis, Zuber; D. B. Kibler
T. K. Slaughter, Ceo. W. Neville. Dunnellcn.
W. L. Miller and It is to be hoped our people will
Irene, and J. O. .resnonl to this call. Much can be
headed by the American fleet, prob probably
ably probably with the dreadnought New New-York
York New-York at the right of the column, the
great armada will start southward
Pass Through the Canal
It is estimated that about four
days will be required to pass the
fleet through the locks of the canal
and about twice that length of
time will suffice to replenish the coal
bunkers and oil tanks of the ships
before they resume their crui.se. this
time steaming northward for San
It is planned to make the com complete
plete complete voyage from Hampton Roads
make reports as soon as materia j Fieri la. is expected to make the race
against Claude L'Engle for Congress
from this district, is here to at'end :.
meeting of one of the local
Miss Annie Marsh of DeLand. is
here visiting her brother, Mr. L. I).
Mr. Benjamin Holton and Mr. C.
W. Caldwell, 'and his mother. Mrs.
Tol.e Caldwell. luie ret time.! from
read workers from
went to the Blitchton roa-
dwork. They accomplished an un un-usua!
usua! un-usua! days" work. What we want
is more good road workings.
PIer.se paragraph each item. I
Hicks were among the Levon shop-done through this organization to
pers in Ocala Saturday night. I advance the in'an 1 waterway an l
ft would be very much appreciat- OkJawaha and Withlacoochee river
ed by the traveling public south of projects, and all of these mean many
Ocala if the commissioners would thousands of dollars value to this
look into the condition of the lirst se:ticn of Florida: in fact, the whole
four miles out from the city, on the starp is deeply
Orange avenue hard road. This pub- meeting should
interested and this
have the closest at-
is almost impass-
l e compiled and digested. He is
ie 1 resident 01 the southern Lom-
nercial Congress, which has
si iu i:b. home for sale
a national force, and known and Pythian lodges tonight
Mr. MacWilliams. who
the legislature in point
recognize 1 throughout the
wcrl1. He is president of
sissi; pi to Atlantic Inland
Asso.iation anl lias be
bv frien Is
of affording j against L'Ensle.
land effective advocate of waterway urite 1
d Waterway j with the exception of Senator H. H.
en a strong 1 McCreary. of Gainesville, is beir.1-:
improvement as a mean:
additional and least expensive trans transportation
portation transportation facilities and in develop developing
ing developing the rivers and harbors. He is a
director of the National Rivers and
Harbors Congress. He devotes his
whole time and energies to the pub
: e 1 t o
Mr. Hilburn. who was
the last race by Frank
came in last night from
though he has ma
nouncement. it is
e no definite an-
Fourtecn acre and fhe-room
k-r.'se on the Silver Springs hard
rca 1 across the road from the Mar Marion
ion Marion Farms; new drilled well. The
property wn sold for 1 "1 e and
bnyer failed to make payment. Dee 1
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. 1 "-1." tf benefitted
Oct. 2 0. Mrs. W. W.
returned from her sum
mer outing and has her apartment
house in order ready for occupancy.
Mr. B. Belcher is having a well
dug on the let at his place of busi business.
ness. business. Mrs. Charles Mathews, of Ocala.
spent 1 art of the past week visiting
her son. Mr. John Mathews.
Mr. J. N. Marshall, who went to
North Carolina several weeks ago
for his health, has returned home
by the trip.
service in a broad, patriotic and I Mr. Hilburn will run again without
lie spirited way. I fail. His friends declare that he
! Mr. C. W. Quick, the newly a
Tbey are worth looking at even if pointed postmaster, has moved the
you don't buy those nobby Hawes office into the mercantile building of
and John B. Stetson hats at Water- Quick & Elliott, and fitted out the
man's haberdashery. 9-22-tf same with up-to-date equipments
tertion of our entire business inter-c-t1--
pn I follow it up at the meeting
of the Atlantic to Gulf Deeper Wa-
cnva.v convention that will conclude
r.ir-ing in Jacksonville Nov. 19 19-2
2 19-2 st. Both organizations are of vital
importance to Florida and her every
waterway project. There will be in
ratendanr-e at these meetings some
of the deepest thinkers of our coun country,
try, country, students of waterway problems,
ensineers of national reputation.
Ocala and Marion county needs thif
e'e elonment and must line up be be-hin
hin be-hin I these great conventions.
Anyone who has a name to sug suggest
gest suggest or who will agree to attend
should send their name at once tc
Secretary Rooney so he can as vice
president have same sent to Secre Secretary
tary Secretary Henderson that he may know
who will attend from Marion county
K. of P. meet this evening.
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THE OCA LA EVENING STAIt. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1913
nip isru r.r
V ..... .... ....-.
Old Fellows meet tonight.
Council meets this evening.
Board of Trade meets tonight.
It was some chilly this morning.
Moose meet Thursday evening.
j Mr. Geo. Selien Wal lo is in the
j city, arranging with Secretary Roon Roon-ey
ey Roon-ey ai)OUt the Chautauqua course that
; will he given here next spring. It i"
; easy to see this will be a fine course
of entertainment and instruction an 1
the Star hopes it will receive liberal
'encouragement from our people. See
I Mr. Roonev about reason tickets.
Coining to LVala to Attend the Meet Meet-in;;
in;; Meet-in;; l" tin State CIimiiiIht
MAKE YOUR PLANS TO ATTEND
Roval Arch meets Friday night.
We have a complete stock of
j trusses and are in posit on to give
books and stationery of all j you a perfct fit in any style or size
The Murray Co. 10-lS-3tjyou want. If in need of one call at
the Court Pharmacy. 10-10-tf
Judge Joseph Bell is
ville on legal business.
Your little girl
the Kewpie dolls
would like one of
at The Murray
10-1 8-3 1
Mr. H. D. Brown, collector for the
Review of Reviews, was in the city
yesterday and today on his regular
collecting tour. He says collection?
are very good, much better than
usual at this time of year.
B. L. Barloer of Evinston was at
the Ocala House last night.
Music and musical instruments at
The Murray Company. 10-1 8-3 1
200 Orange Ave.
W. II. Mar.ps. vice president
lieral manazer and C. S.
colonization agent, and H. H.
; Richardson, secretary of the .State
i Chamber of Commerce and state
j manager of the Florida department
J of the Southern Settlement and De De-!
! De-! velopment Organization, will be in
i Ocala Oct. 23d. in attendance on the
annual meeting of the State Cham Chamber
ber Chamber of Commerce. These gentlemen
are on the program and our citizens
can look forward to a most inter interesting
esting interesting meeting. Mr. Richardson
who has been making a trip through;
the state, writes me he is urging all,
boards of trade to send a good dele
i hn.io rmr ririzpn will hear thi:
meeting in mind and let us have a
splendid turn out. Let Ocala put
her best foot forward and show these!
boards of trade representatives what j
a live county and city we have, andj
MaridDi (CdDiifly Mr
TO BE HELD AT OCALA
Arrangements are being rapidly completed
for the Biggest and Best Fair ever held in Flor Flor-ida.
ida. Flor-ida. Exhibitors of Live Stock, Agricultural,
Horticultural, Industrial and Domestic Exhibits
are making application for space every day,
and every indication is that this season's show
will be by far the best in the history of the
Special low rates have been
granted on all Railroads leading into
B. Unchurch of
the Ocala House last night.
For a long mild smoke, try Gerig's
J. F. Long worth of the
old Georgia Railroad was
Ocala House last night.
Mr. John Beale, a well known cit-
Jacksonville izen of Palatka, is in the city on a
brief visit to friends. Mr. Beale is
an Englishman of the old school and
for a number of years was an officer
of the London. England police force
Atho' in his 'Jth year Mr. Beale is
hale and hearty and is enjoying his
The cigar makers'
Mr. J. L. Davis of Zuber went to
Jacksonville yesterday afternoon on
the Seaboard limited.
Jad Salts, the one that you are
after, can be had at the Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. 10-10-tf
Mr. F. C. Keen. representing a
big New York shoe house, was at the
Oeala House last night.
at the Murray Com-Hi-lS-rit
Marcus Alexander, a well
business man of Plant City,
the Ocala House last night.
1)11. W. K. LAXK Specialist, Eye
K;ir, Xose and Throat. Office Law
Librarv Building. Ocala Adv.
Mr. Port V. Leavengood. business
manager of the Star, went to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville yesterday afternoon on bus business
iness business for the paper.
It was cool enough last evening
to make people who visited the re refreshment
freshment refreshment stands wish for boiled ice
A lot of new TIart, Schaffner &
Mark suits just in at Waterman's.
They're the very latest designs.
Come and look then over. 9-22-tf
what an active
and does do.
J. D. Rooney
board of trade can
OPEN DAY AND tHGHT
For sweet milk, buttermilk, cream
and butter, call phone 4 82, Sanitary
Milk Supply Co.. corner Fort King
and South Magnolia street. 10-1 7-tf
Xo. 1 won and Secretary Rooney
won number one. Which one won
the prize box of candy at the Ander Anderson
son Anderson Pharmacy and the smile he is
wearing over another victory is a
winning one the kind that wins.
You can get your pictures framed
at The Murray Company. lo-ls-:it
The friends of Mr. A. .1. Leaven Leaven-good,
good, Leaven-good, who resides in the fourth
ward, wiil run' him for alderman
from that ward in the city election
in December. Mr. Leavengood is a
clear-headed business man and
would represent his ward with credit
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot j
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.
The stockholders of Ocala Trans
portation Company will please meet
at Board of Trade rooms Wednesday
evening, at 7: SO o'clock.
A. C. Cobb, Secretary.
OCALA SEED STOKE
Florida Seed Rye, per bushel $3.
Florida 00 Day Oats, per bu. $1.
S. C. Rust Proof Oats, bushel $1.
At the meeting of the K. of P.
last night, Messrs. H. A. Waterman
and C. F. Flippen were admitted to
the rank of esquire.
GARDEXGLO, an extract that is
delicate, fragrant and a lasting odor,
made by Solon Palmer, $2 per ounce.
Same can be had at the
Mr. Geo. C. Crom, who knows ev everybody,
erybody, everybody, and who everybody likes
has been behind the desk at the
Ocala House every night for the past
few weeks. Mr. Crom doesn't claim
to be a regular hotel clerk, but he
fills the place admirably.
MAM SCRIPT I OVERS
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GEO. J. BLITCH,
Rev. J. II. Ley is taking advertise advertisements
ments advertisements for the very handsome book booklet
let booklet the Chautauqua people will issue
during their engagement here. It is
a publication of extra merit, and the
Star recommends it to our business
Beyond a doubt the most interest interesting
ing interesting place in Ocala to spend a few few-minutes
minutes few-minutes is in the operating room of
the telephone company. Visitors
always welcome. The operators con connect
nect connect 30.000 people every day. Drop
In for a few minutes and make your yourself
self yourself at home. 10-21-7t
Mr. S. M. Lummus of Ocala. a
valued attache of the Ocala Banner,
and one of the best linotype opera operators
tors operators in the state, was in Lakeland
yesterday, and. while here, was the
guest of Mr. X. F. Peterson and fam family.
ily. family. Mr. Lummus has many friends
in Lakeland Ocala people who now
make this city their home and all
gave him a most cordial welcome.
When some one in your home
is suddenly taken ill, then is
the time to depend upon the
Court Pharmacy to aid you
in ever- possible way. Your
telephone call will be prompt promptly
ly promptly responded to. Prescrip Prescriptions
tions Prescriptions called for, tilled 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
receiving right service.
Til EATI1ICAL SEASON
AT THE TEMPLE
I The Court Pharmacy I
PI 1 ONE ZSi :
Green Maraschino Cherries
Red Maraschino Cherries
Knorr's Bouillon Cubes
Cheese in tins and glasses:
Apollinaries Mineral Water.
Pettijohn's Breakfast Food.
Japanese Rice Cakes.
Brick Cod Fish.
O. K. TEA-POT
PHONES 16 and 174.
Hawk's business college started on
its third week last night with in increased
creased increased attendance. At its present
rate of increase. Mr. Hawk will soon
have to put in more machines. Mr.
Hawk doesn't try to finish pupils up
in a few weeks, but gives them solid
instruction as they go along.
Mr. Y. J. White of Thomasville.
Ga.. is in the citv on business affairs.
Mr. Troy Hall of Wild wood is
iting his Ocala friends.
C. C. Balckom. E. J. Wells and L.
R. Tuten of Jacksonville are at the
R. C. Earleman of Toledo. H. C.
Miller of Pittsburg and H. L. French
of Chicago are at the Harrington.
Mr. A. M. Cushman. secretary of
the Grand Lodge. I. O. O. F.. came
j over in his auto ironi uainesvuie
this morning. While here he met j
Mr. F. A. McDonald, of Lakeland, j
another prominent Odd Fellow, and
took him to Gainesville.
Guarantee in Every
Have the Exclusive Agency in
ALL SIZE PACKAGES
lOc, 25c, 30c, 40c, 50c, 80c,
91.00, 1.00 and 92.00
We prepare our Chocolate Syrup
from Huyler's Soda Cocoa. It has a
Richness, Smoothness, Tastiness not
equalled in other soda cocoas.
T. W. Troxlcr
Messrs. Jesse Walden and James
Hyatt of Oxford are in the city today.
A petition is being circulated ask asking
ing asking Mr. J. D. Robertson to succeed
himself as mayor.
rroh iwstcr daily, "any style.'
Merchant's Cafe. J. IL Dewey.lO-3-tf j 412 X
Call Phone 267
Ocala Meat Market
when you want First-class
Fresh Meat, Fish or Vege Vegetables.
tables. Vegetables. Corn-fed pork from
my own farm. Al Rhame,
Ocala's best cutter, will
serve you. Prompt delivery.
D. N. WALDRON,
Magnolia St., Ocala, Fla.
17 Edison talking pictures.
IS Edison talking pictures.
27 Local talent; benefit of
2S I3urt Leigh, in "The
8 '-The Barber of Seville."
13 .--The Leopard's Spots."
1 G Xeil O'Brien Minstrels.
20 "Bought and Paid For."
0 Coburn's Minstrels.
1 "Divorce Question."
5 "The Shepherd of the
17 "Polly of the Circus."
21 Mary's Lamb Company.
27 The Spring Maid Co.
1 Smart Set.
23 Evan's Honey Boy Min-
24 Fine Feathers.
4 (To 13) Chautauqua.
14 Rose Maid.
10 Paul Gilmore.
v r onuiiinrwl willi tli Latest.- Iiarirest. Best Vulcanizing f
- - i i X
plant in Central Florida. Any sized tire handled at one time, y
All work Guaranteed to e 1 irst-C'lass.
Diing us your Casings and Tubes to be Vulcanized.
Worn out tires and tubes bought.
FISK and FIRESTONE TIRES
of all sizes and rims, always in stock
DAVIES, The Tire Man
Main St., near Postoffice,
OCALA DliAV CO.
Transfer of furniture, trunks or
bagsage. Careful moving of all I
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'jl V. Second St., phone j
Xo. 241. 10-18-6ti
OUTGOING MAILS CLOSE
A. C. L. NORTH 5:05 a. m.;
12:45 p. m. SOUTH 6:10 a. m.;
2:10 p. m.; 2:30 p. m.: ? p. m.
S. A. L. NORTH 12:50 p. m.;
4:10 p. m.; 9 p. m.. SOUTH 12:50
p. m.; 9 p. m.
STAR ROUTES Blithtoi and
Calvary 2 p. m.
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, N. G.
V. L. Colbert., Secretary. Adv.
We have just unloaded a carload of fine
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 loads will
follow through the season, and our barns will be
well supplied at all times.
Phone 117 Ocala, Fla.
eod dlv wkly
LOYAL OltDKK OF .MOOSE
The Ocala Lodge No. 699, Loyal
Order of Moose, meets each Thursday
! evening at S o'clock in the Moose
'building. Visiting brothers are in
vited to attend our meetings.
Geo. F. Mershon. Dictator.
E. L. Stapp, Secretary.
Call at the STAR JOB OFFICE.
THE OCALA EVEXIXG STAR. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1913
i ; if
less?-? :. mmfyfm
mamas' jmMmmMM i
Bank your money and pay your bills with checks
on our bank. Then you will have a correct account
of what you spend it for. You won't spend so much
money FOOLISHLY then.
WASTE is the one big folly to guard against;
you will do so if you keep your money in our Bank
instead of your pockets.
You want to GET AHEAD, don't you? Then
bunk your money.
DO YOUR BANKING WITH US
We Pay 4 per cent Inieml on Savings Accounts
VfllH THE CS!!i
Ami Help S cretury Kooney to Iiv
Off Koacl-Working Day
Citizens: Let every man who
agreed to furnish laborers, that did
rn.'t. tend me check to over cost of
hiring the same. 1 am short funis
to pay men who worked on the road.
Those who e:it or carried out men.
l-iease sen! me their names, or how
many they have pail. W will nut
pay these men twice, .ome are col collecting
lecting collecting from men who employe 1
them and then callin? cn nie for pay.
J. D. Rooney. Seeretarv.
ihiiixtoii of publicity
of sol'thkhn dkvkloi'mkxt
Ocala Beauty Parlor,
Mi s Miry Affleck's Millinery Parlors
PHONE 15 OCA! A, FLA.
Hair Dressing Shampoo Scalp Treating
Hair Dyeing Hair Singe
Hand Massage Manicure Face Massage
Face Bleach Switches Dyed
Switches Made from Combings
Children's Hair Bob a Specialty
MISS N. V. LAMBERT, Manager.
i Mr. S. Da vies Warfield. president,
jand Mr. V. H. Manss, vice-president
land eeneral manager of the South-
ern Settlement & Development Or Organization.
ganization. Organization. Continental building
Baltimore, announce the appointment
of Mr. Malcolm McDowell as direc director
tor director of Publicity, effective November
Mr. McDowell comes to the South-'
(ern Settlement & Development Or Or-jganization
jganization Or-jganization with years of .successful
experience back of him. In his time
;he has conducted a number of state-
wide campaigns and several of na national
tional national scope. His ability in publicity
i is based on the soli 1 foundation
j which can only be given by years of
i experience on the news-getting an
! editorial si le of daily newspa pers.
j 1 1 e began his public career as an all all-!
! all-! around reporter on the taff of she
;Chicago Herald in 1 s It 0 at that time
;the largest morning paper in the
,;country and regarded as the nios:
influential in Chicasro an 1 the north northwest.
west. northwest. From reporter he rose to
city editor ami finally to political
j editor. When the paper was con con-jsolidated
jsolidated con-jsolidated with the Chicago Times Times-I
I Times-I Herald and became the Record-
Herald Mr. McDowell left the news newspaper"
paper" newspaper" field and became a '"free
lance." having as a specialty pub publicity
licity publicity in its broadest sense.
For three years be has been on
the general publicity committee of
the Chicago Association of Com Commerce
merce Commerce and has been chairman of
ithat important committee for the
last two vears. He also has been a
member of the executive committee
the governing bo.1v of what is re regarded
garded regarded as the largest and most in influential
fluential influential organization of its kind in
the world. As chairman of the gen general
eral general publicity committee he conduct
ed a number of publicity campaigns
iarwl also harl sinprvisinn of "f'oT-.i-
merce. the influential weekly publi publication
cation publication of the association.
He is a director of the Chicago
public library and director-trustee o
its pension fund. He is a member
Jof Mayor Harrison's commission in in-istituted
istituted in-istituted to inquire into and suggest
measures for "unimployment."' Ho
has been named on a number of im-
portant commissions by several gov governors
ernors governors of Illinois and has represent represent-!
! represent-! ed his state as a delegate to many
; conventions. He has a considerable
j reputation as a newspaper and mag-
azine writer and has w ide acquaint acquaint-'
' acquaint-' ance with the editors an i publishers
! of the great newspapers and maga maga-Izines
Izines maga-Izines of the country,
j This appointment completes, with
1 one exception, the heads of depart depart-'
' depart-' ments of the organization. Mr. V.
Manss, vice-president and genera''
: manager, is in active control, all of-
fleers reporting to him. Mr. Clem Clement
ent Clement S. Fcker. director of coloniza colonization,
tion, colonization, is in charge of the settlement
; department. Dr. Cyril (1. Hophins.
director of agriculture, and Mr.
Malcolm McDowell, director of pub publicity,
licity, publicity, will after November 1. have
charge of the agricultural develop development
ment development and exploitation of the South,
respectively. Mr. V. E. Kelly, as assistant
sistant assistant secretary, is in charge of the
Kvtra .Meeting vt lloatil of Tralfr
Let e.ery member of the Board of
Trade turn out this evening at
o'clock. Regular meeting Board ;
of Goernors. But last meeting be-i
fore State Chamber of Commerce on
October 2?d, which we must as host
city see they are entertained and;
'nave a good time. Then turn out
and aid in this work an 1 keep uj
Secretary Moore and Mr. William-;
son, chairman of the celebration!
committee of the Gainesville board i
of trade, will meet with us in an en-J
deaxor to explain why they are ha-j
ing a celebration on Thanksgiving
in opposition to our biggest day at j
our fair. Come out and let us con-j C
ince them of their error and insist iy
in their date being changed.
J. D. Rocney. Secretary.
Responsible banking is the policy under which
this institution has been managed since the day of its
That this policy is appreciated is indicated by
the constant and gratifying growth in business.
It is the desire of the officers of this bank to con continue
tinue continue adding new accounts of those individuals de desiring
siring desiring the most efficient service and responsible
The Ocala National Bank
An Active I'nited States Depository
CJOXK FOlI XKW Bl'ICKS
Mr. J. H. Spencer. Mr. W. A. Goin
anl two cr three machinists from
the Ocala Gas Engine Works, went
to Jacksonville yesterday to dri
through the country to Ocala a num number
ber number of new Buiek automobiles. We
are informed that the company has
three carloads of the new machines
in that city for Ocala.
COl'XriL MMMTS TOMCJHT
The citv council will meet tonight y
in regular session. There is a good! A
leal of business to be transacted. 1
I 1UJ I.I.M. ll.Mh l.llill y
The winter schedule of the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic (''nast Line is now in effect. It
is as follows:
No. leaves Jacksonville at !j:
a. in., arrives Gainesville at 12: o
p. ni.. arrives Ocala at 2:10, arrives
?t. Petersburg at !:10 p. m.
No. leaves Jacksonville at P.: 40
. m., arrives Gainesville at 0:")., p.
m., arrives Ocala at S:4."i j. m.. ar arrives
rives arrives at Leeshurg at lo j). m.
No. 37 leaves Jacksonville at 1:3(
m.. arrives Gainesville 12:f57 a
m.. arrives Ocala 2:18 a. m., arrives
St. Petersburg S a. m.
No. 2S leaves St. Petersburg 8:30
p. m., arrives Ocala at 2:20 a. m.,
arrives Gainesville 3:."S a. m. and
arrives Jacksonville 7 a. m.
No. lo leaves Leesburg at 4:4." a.
in., arrives Ocala at 0:0.1 a. m., ar
rives (Jainesville at 7: .1.1 a. m. and J
arrives Jacksonville at 10:1.1 a. m. j
No. 4 0 leaves St. Petersburg at j
i', :;: a. m.. arrives Ocala 12:14 p. j
m.. leaves Ocala 1:14 p. in., arrives.
Gainesville at. ;5::H p. m.. arrives i
Jacksonville at t!::io p. ni. j
Real Estate and Investments.
25 YEXRS IN OCALA.
I can make the following loans on Ocala city
property 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 lor 3 Vcars at 8 per cent.
$ 500.00 lor 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.
Own your own gun. The other fellow is tired
of loaning you his.
When you own your own things you won't spoil
your fun fearing you'll "spoil" something you've bor borrowed.
rowed. borrowed. It's a "sure shot" when you buy your arms and
ammunition and hardware from us that you get the
Marioi ianlware Co,
Phone 118, Ocala, Fla.
SILZKIS WILL Kl W IN THI SIXTH
Kx -Governor Will Try for a Se
the New York AeniMy
Xew York. Oct. 20. William
zer. impeached governor ot" his s
was last night nominated by the
gressives to run for the office o
semblyman from the sixth dis
Mr. Sulzer formerly represented
branch in the tate legislature.
t r o
f as as-rrict.
rrict. as-rrict. this
I A TEXAS WGMIER
' The Texas Wonder cures Kidney
and bladder troubles, dissolves grav gravel,
el, gravel, cures diabetes, weak and lame
I backs, rheumatism, and all irregular irregularities
ities irregularities of the kidneys an i bladder in
both men ani women. Regulates
s bladder trouble? in children. If no:
sold by your druggist, will be sent
by mail on receipt of $1. One small
jbottle is two months' treatment, and
'seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send
DON'T SHOOT DICKS
All Migratory lirK an Now I'ro I'ro-trrtl
trrtl I'ro-trrtl by Federal Law
Washington. Oct. 1-. In view of
a mistinderHUin ling as to whether or
not the new federal regulations for
the protection of migratory an 1 in in-seciivcrious
seciivcrious in-seciivcrious birds are now effective
j tii a department of agriculture states
I that these regulations have been in
fiect .-inc.- October 1. 11:5, when
'they were signe 1 by the president.
Federal statutes protect wild duck
the year around and our hunters are
warned against shooting them, not notwithstanding
withstanding notwithstanding the tact that the Flori Flori-ia
ia Flori-ia game laws provide an o; en ?.-n-.-.)!!.
The Fnitel States law on the
"Hereafter it will be a crime toj
kill wild d ticks anywhere in the
Fnite i States. Wild ducks are now
clas.-ed as migratory by the govern
ment in a law enacted and a line of
lt and ninety iTcys imprisonment
is provided for the violation of the
law. For a long time there has been
an agitation in favor of federal leg legislation
islation legislation for the protection of game
fowl to prevent their complete ex extermination.
termination. extermination. It has been said that
wild turkeys, wild geese and some of
the other wild fowl have disappear disappeared
ed disappeared all over the country. Wild ducks
have also become scarce.
"So the government .put a hi!'
thru congress, as a rider of the sun sundry
dry sundry civil appropriation bill, to pro prohibit
hibit prohibit the killing of migratory birds,
those which do not spend the entire
year in one state, but which move
south to north in the spring. Since
the federal law has been passed the
states cannot do anything to change
the law. They cannot make duck
hunting legal. From now on duck
hunting will be a crime, even tho'
you have invested a dollar in a hunt hunt-ter's
ter's hunt-ter's license."
OCALA'S GREAT CHAUTAUQUA.
March 4-13, 1914.
Ten Fall Days Three Sessions Daily
FKLKHKATLD HANDS, OK TIKSTKAS, KNTKRTAIXKKS.
LKCTl liKliS, XOTF.D AliTlSTS ITIOM ALL I "A UTS OF THE
Inspiration, Kntertaiiiinent, Instruction.
Over 45 Distinctive Events for One Season Ticket.
Adults, $4; Double, $7. Children, S2.
NOTICE First pale of sea cn tickets opens at Board of Trade
Rooms, Tuesday morning, Oc ober '21. Only 400 season tickets
at the reduced price of $4 will be offered. When these are sold;
patrons must pay regjilar do admissions. Door admissions
will be cents and cents. A season ticket admits you on an
axerage of seven cents an entertainment. Buy a season ticket,
it pays. On this first advanc sale all season tickets carry a free
season reserved seat: after rhis sale, the reserved seat will cost
a dollar extra. BE OX HAN" TFESDAY .MORNING TO SIGN
FOR YOFR TICKETS. If y J ere not numbered among the 400.
and lose your free reserved s at or have to pay the higher single
door admission, ir will be be a "se you do not come out on this
first sale and pledge for your season ticket.
PAYMENT NOW for you sc.'.stn ticket is not compulsory
and will not be urged, but will be a courtesy appreciated by the
management, for it facilitat -s their work.
RE.VEMI'ER. this first and important sale opens at U a. m.
Tuesday October 21, at Boar 1 of Trae rooms. BE ON HANI)
PROMPTLY AND CHECK OF A GOOD SEAT.
Ocala's Great Chautauqua, Ten Full Days.
We can save you
On your wagon. Special
introductory offer to
one firm in a town.
Our line of Express, Delivery, Furniture, Bakery and Dairy wagons at low
prices. Big saving. Best goods. Cheap labor, cheap timber and low freights
make our prices untouchable. We can make any waon according to ycur own
design. Write for catalogue quick and Price List A.
The Rock Hill Buggy Company, Rock Hill, S. C.
COXCOISIliA LODGE F. U. OF A-
"Vi 1 1 c Vi n 1 1 d ilea Aiir T Tt- r o ce
1 uoc uui uuuqw ;for testimonials from this and other
ified Column to place your States. Dr. e. y. Haii. 212? onve sc..
needs before the public. -St. Louis, Mo. Sold by druggists. Ad
Concordia LoJze. Fraternal Tnioi
of America, meets in Yonge's Hal!
on the second Thursday evening o
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F.M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad
VERY LOW ROUND TRIP RATES
Atlantic Coast ike
SI 7.00 ASHKVILLE, X. C, and return. Tickets on sale Oct. 19th, 20tb,
21st. 22nd. Limited Nov. 2nd.
.SIO.T." XI-: XV YORK and return. Tickets on sale Oct. 20th, lst, 22nd.
Limited Nov. 10th.
$17.-15 MOISILK. ALA., and return. Tickets on sale Oct. 24th, 2.5th, 26tb.
Limited Nov. T.th. Extension to Nov. 30th.
S'D.SO XASHVIIXK. TFXX.. and return. Tickets on sale Oct. 28th,
21nh. Limited to Nov. 5th.
FAST TKAIXS THROUGH PL I.LMAXS DIXIXG CAKfl
For information of reservations call on nearest Atlantic Coast Line
drket agent or
Y. R. BEAZLEY. T. P. A.. J. G. KIRKLAXD, D. P. A.,
Tampa, Fla. Tampa, Fla
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
rittixgkr a: carroll, proprietors
R. K. Cnrroll, General Manager Port V. Leavens.,.l. RuMiie-s Manager
J. H. Iieiijaniin, Editor
SI'LENDIR I ARMIMi SELIIOX
It was the i.rivilege of the editor
of the Star to isit the model farm farming
ing farming community of Anthony last Fri Friday
day Friday evening. He acomjaniei Sec-
ry Itoeiiey or the Marion County
rd o: Trad ani with him was a
i'i lb'' hos'dtahle home of -Mr.
THE BASIS OF BANK SERVICE
. t i.
Entire 1 at Ocala. Fla.. pes: office as secon 1 class mure
h'l, : h.' w
' e r i ''' e 1
Pi I ONE r,l
S L I iS t K 1 1 1 1 ( ) HATES
ha I an oj-
One year, in aJvar.ce
Six months, in alvance...
Three uio&iiis, in advance.
One month, in advance.
( i 'oi rin )
()'.. year, in a-.lv anve
Six month.-, in advance...
'three iiU'iiTh.-'. in alvance.
One month, in alvance...
home-- fan I fertile f.el
!. : lU'W-r ;.;'.. re has
:-';r;;:r.:;v of walking
!iu-ti!!g its citizen.- in their homes.
Anthony is one of the first com-m'f.iit:'.--
in Florida that found it?
soil was good for something else
Sunday next will be held Hucrta's reason why he should remain
elections in Mexico. It will proba probably
bly probably be a year or two of Sundays, be before
fore before the United States recogni.es
Washington: the tariff bill had pass pass-el
el pass-el the House, and his party had a
large majority in that en 1 of Con Congress.
gress. Congress. Hut his enemie.- bitterly crit-i.-M
him for leavinsr his seat. The
President Wilson ruled that" 'laches ay tnat Congressman
Mr,. Pankhurst be allowed to enter Clark has just left U as,tngton tor
the United States and deliver her tour of Europe. The s,tar has al al-lectures.
lectures. al-lectures. Which is about what the ways been one of Mr. L hngle s
Star thought he would do. j friends and supporters and i it was
as unfair as most of his critics, it
Id sav Mr. Clark has no business
c onsiimp; r. es.
o';t of the wrec'
bank failures o
It picked itself ur
of the freezes and
sixteen years ago
n A MTC" QPVTr.TT m if ltfm U mir or AYallant in ratio to its
( iJ A it l. O OLliA I v. ' . -
.ff- ability to grasp intelligently the business requirements of those it serves
a"! 1 Lllvi'l LO iUliy illJt Lil'JiC liauraicu.
OUR IDEA OF BANK SERVICE is not the mere-handling of money. Ve know
the business of this community thoroughly from personal contact and experience
EACH INDIVIDUAL BANKING HERE has our personal consideration. The well
known siren jth of this hmii makes it easy to meet every legitimate requirement
of those whose business it s-eks. We do thi willingly, gladly, for we consider it
our obligation to those who have made possible this strong, reliable institution.
The Mtiitroe & Ci&ambliss. Bank
There is something in a name
sometimes an inspiration: sometimes
: -lander. The latter is the case of
Captain Coward, who was one of the
brave.-;t officers in the Confederate
to leave Washington at this time.
Instead, it will be fair, and say Mr.
Clark can leave his post without an
detriment to his party, that lie has
deserved a vacation and it hopes hf
will enjoy it.
an 1 began to climb back up the hil'
of i i tjsperiry. cultivating eery foo
of groan 1 on the wa. j
1: is one of the l.est farming re- ;
uions of the state. It is raising an 1 j
shipping something all the year j
'round. It keeps the mill grinding j
sta lily as the water of time runs
There are no reports of riotous,
temporary prosperity from Anthony.
It is always at work, and its work
; brings good returns. Truck in the
ierrly spring, cantaloupes and wa watermelons
termelons watermelons in early summer, bay later
on. oranges, grapefruit, corn and
r.ianv other things in the autumn
the winter, an 1 garden j
Even John Stockton's initials
form a combination. After election
they'll stand for -John's No v Call Called
ed Called Senator." olt'o Truth
Or for John Xeer Can Succeed."
Jut what we were going to say.
but Time.-, beat us io it.
MOST I l PORTA XT Mi:r.!'IN(i
vegetables, fruit audi other handy
'products all the year around. The
pooide prove that if old Mother
Earili is treated right, she will al-
Charb-s F. Murphy, the Tammany
boss, has ordered the grand jury ot
Xew York county to investigate iIk
rh:irrrps fit" hriberv made against hi
urbanization bv the fusionists.
safe proposition for Murphy, wlu
wouldn't have made it unless he
knew he control!.-. 1 a majority of the
The meeting of the State Chamber
of Com metre in Ocala Thursday an 1
Friday will he an important one for
oar county. Some of the most up-to-;!ate
and enterprising business men
of the state will be here. It is im im-nertant
nertant im-nertant that they take avav with
wavs treat Iter
Seaboard Ag'nC.-. Keport
Tie following is a
!.:. of i!; v e'i'eti'.'i:.
Antitonv, during the
cu-re'-t sfate sfate-.'ltip;;ed
.'ltip;;ed sfate-.'ltip;;ed from
mi ne;::'.; January 1, an 1 ending Job
i hem a good impression of Ocala and i. l'.ii:::
r"n surrounding country. Cantaloupes (by freight). :p;,l.,o:l
r.,.l l-, r.1 tf t vi 1t r-m do :i ,-.i. (,i.-,ii;iiio (h- 1'ro5.dlt 1 .i'.t
. liuit piiuiti i iiil. ..v '. title. i inini .i ,.v. ....
a i'owi.i: Tiiiti:sni:i; ox thi: amtioxv fahms
' "One of the reasons why the Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville Metropolis wants an extra
session of the Florida legislature.
judging by the Met's otherwise ex
Y great deal for the territory it repre- 1 7:; crates: stria beans ( by freight
.-ents. Its power is increased by ev every
ery every other good board of trade that
works with it.
So Marion county will be just that
much hotter off if the State Chambei
of Commerce is a strong and enter enterprising
prising enterprising body. It has been rather
dormant since its organization, but
L'.sr.i' crates: miscellaneous express
shipments. :U.:M crates: making a
total of i:::.li;. crates. Returns
alee:' -!,"' .0 e n ;l year.
!!"w trucking s-i arted in Anthony
tion. Xo: much western hay will
pay ireigh: in Anthony this season.
In previous issues the Star 1ms
!':iovi:s thi: srnsrr
of thi: idioru:
is an interesting
to v 1 1
the railroad First reached the
seme of the people packed up
pressed, sentiments, is to take gooi
;,t file Ocala meeting it will proba-; a couple of orange boxes full of
rldy be revived and strengthened.
oi th.e Anthony Farms, and the
;ak ti-esc iarm lour mues fcouui.
Let all members of the Hoard of
beans and. sent them to Citra on the
construction train. Th.e crates were
ade not unavoidably detained be j not directed, to anybody, and were
of a state highway com- t ni itl ionmm irriKis n... t (MU duck 10 .imnun '. vm.-.
, 0 v. help the president and secretary i Anthony folks bethought themselves
road bui'ding out of the hands ot
the count v commissioners and put it
euseh 'it prefer- its county roads' llan for the entertainment of the
ro stay in charge of its county men..; Motors.
Th ti. wlueildn't iudire thQ com-
-,i,..inii m-r thpmntp bvihose: The Cnronicle is trying to teach .im
Tom Watson is on trial before the take advice from the Xew York
United States court at Augusta. Ga.. Journal's great editorial which we
for sending obscene matter through are now publishing and which
the mails. If the case is tried on its ends with this issue. -Summer field
merits; Watson will certainly be con- Chronicle.
1 1. ;.. n-MA 1 vt ip wwh IIP rliir lia iiiiu uir
" i 1:..
of a firm in .New ioi-k, oirecieu me
cy, to it and sent then forth
r.gain. They rear he Xew York in
were sold for out of
temperance.. The Star could do which the shippers receive 1 -...
much good if it would follow suit and Some difference in freight and ex-
thirtv years, isn t
.1 .. . 1 .1:1 f ... J
1;: t i.eir great n o.invt 01 mjhu iuuu.i
as well as truck, their droves o;
swine and herds of cattle. These big 1
! farms are only types of smaller one-
all around them. i
Florida will soon push Kai:.-;: iti
lroducing corn if the remainder of;
the state keeps up with Marion j
county. Mr. A. R. Griffin, who has
farmed at Anthony for the past j
.-.core or more of years, showed the-
; writer photographs of some of hi:;
j fields with the stalks of corn tower-!
i ing like young trees above the heads j
I of men who walked or plowed be- j
i tween the rows.
the acre, and every
that's good corn.
Mr. and Mrs. Swain took their;
guests out in the grounds surround
Forty bushels to
t lie re?
Orange culture was the great in in-1
1 in-1 of Anthony at that time, and
: vnc'-ln and farming received only
s.n,, i;,rv attention. Hut when the j ing their home, and showed them
VICte 1. II IS ei line i.im uic -.
that he quoted from in the objec- reading the editorial referred to. Its ; ort-go -trees wtlted m the buzzard ot
Anthony people picked t hem-
up off the hard, cold ground.
the dirt off and went back
tionable number o- his magazine b a mighty good ueer acn ei ieiueni. 1 .-....
.,...1 j j o,imia- tut the Star regrets to say it can- solve
prime. 1 111 ii.:n, .imi --
.1 fnrxtmmAii A it ns temoerance ar- b-rusbed
ble to the mans as many oii:e:
sou's nrintel comments 011 tne book
were lilrhv in the extreme, and none; Truth, they say. is found at the'ments.
of the papers who proclaim his in- bottom of a well, but we find one Oranges. cantaloupes melons
noeenee would dare to reprint them, very nice looking Truth from Xolfo truck and sue,, are mighty ntce to
prin-s on our exchange table. Its have, but they may be classed as lt.x-
ome months ago. on the advice a newsy sheet, and among other well nne-, Fut corn, meat and hay are
of his physicians. Congresman at selected matter prints a description necessities, and it was the reproach
I-.re L'Fngle ict Washing; on of Kyle & Young's Oklawaha Farm, of the southern tarmer for decade,
amf went to Hampton Springs in Truth is scarce, and Zolfo Springs that he lm; orted his tH-essuies from
Tavlor count. Florida, where he re-'should increase the quantity all pos- the west.
ia- ,. mi s the writer approached Anthony
mair.ed for some weeks, taking treat- sible. -v Ult 11
ment for the rheumatism that j from Ocala ht admiringly no ed th
threatened to make a helpless crip- A. McClarkin of the Clyde Line wide hay fields, the product ot which
" of him There was no special was at the Ocala House last night. stood in huge stacks m every dnec-
- v ' ' (
-fel 1 1)1! : .. f
i several different kinds of truck j
j fruit, grapes, nuts and llowers grow-;
I ing in luxuriance a few yards of each
j other. In few climates other than.
1 iOl Kia. iiuu mi.- jmi t yji.
would this be possible.
Mr. Rooney went to Anthony 01b
the invitation of Mrs. Swain. Mr.
1.11.1 lr Swain, among the first;
j northern people to come to Anthony.;
j after a long sojourn were obliged to;
return to their Indiana home. Alter j
thirteen years, they returned last
year to Anthony, and expect to te- ;
main there. j
Mrs. Swain is a lady of excellent ;
business acumen. She was greatly ;
impressed with the progress of An-1
thony. and. with the natural desire;
ito obtain more people and good peo-;
de, she called in Mr. Rooney. as an
! officer of the Southern Settlement;,
and Development Organization to,;
heli confer with the citizens on im-j
migration and development.
In the evening a meeting was held,'
in the parlors of the home of Mr. A.
Griffin, once county treasurer and:
always representative citizen. Somej
thirty-five citizens were present, be-,
side several ladies. All listened with;
interest to Mr. Rooney. as he spoke
of the work of the organization and j
other pertinent matters.
A committee of five was appointed;
to make arrangements to cooperate ;
with- the Southern Settlement and'
Development work, and preparations
were made to organize a board of
trade auxiliary to the county board.
The writer did not have an oppor-;
1 tunity on this briet visit to iook ;
iround over Anthony and vicinity;
Sand meet all its people. De hopes'
o do this on some occasion in the.
lear future, when he will try to dc:
! more justice :o one of the uest
j farming sections in the United
Tampa Times: One county in
Florida has emulated on a small
scale Missouri's and Alabama's great
road-building achievements. Marion
on last Thursday with five thousand
men built eighteen miles of road
and they say it was good road, too.
The people of .Marion are to he
congratulated upon their grit and
energy and public spirit. Even if
the road they have built is not first first-class
class first-class and we do not by any means
undertake to say that it is not the
exertions that they have made and
the example they have set the rest
of the state would be worth while.
These road-workings en masse
show the spirit of the people, their
enterprise and their determination
to do things for themselves. They
evince the deep interest the people
take in the construction of good
roads and their importance and ne necessity
cessity necessity to the country.
If the rest of the people of Mari-
'on, those living along the other lines
of public roads, will now emulate
: those living between Ocala and
Rlitchton the county would soon
, have a brand new road system at
erv small cost.
a colored man any show in
Florida? Well, that depends on the
man. James W. Wright, a negro of
DeLand, purchased a good sized
grove property west of the town at a
low price after the 1S9." freeze. He
went to work and built it up, and
has been getting a good income ever
since. This year it is said he has a
12.000 box crop, about 2,000 boxes
of which are tangerines and grape grapefruit.
fruit. grapefruit. He expects, according to the
DeLand Record, to clean up about
.$12,000 or $15,000 this winter. Yes,
a colored man who isn't afraid of
; work can do fairly well in Florida.
And as far as the "show" goes, he
has the same chance as a white man.
' Palatka News.
Board of Trade meets tonight.
Call up Phone 309 and Let as Give an Estimate on Your
AND ELECTRICAL WORK
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Ah v employ none but expert e are in position to guarantee ev every
ery every piece of work we construct to wtanil the Inspection of the moat
rlRlil Inpeetor. It costs nothing to Bt our figures and you are the
winner, whether we secure the contract or not. Give u a trial.
CLVATT I! LOCK
U i lLk.
: F. E. McCLANE, M. D.
SPECIALIST IS CHROXIC IIISEASES
j The Dr. McClane Medical, Surgical
j Electrical Institute
j OCALA, FLORIDA.
I PHONES Office. Xo. 333. Dr MoClane's Residence, Xo. 407.
Office Suite 1 to 7, Holder Block Southwest cor. Public Square.
PICKING EARLY STMXG BEANS ON AN ANTHONY FARM
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge Xo. 13, F. &
i A. M. meets on the nrst ana tnira
i Thursday evenings of each month at
7: CO o'clock, until further notice.
C. E. Simmons, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
High Grade F'rintingi
Call at the STAR JOB OFFICE.
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21. 1913
At This Period Use All
Safeguards lor Comforts and Well Being
The best and most practical of these is ice our ice. It preserves
your food, conserves your heelth, increases your pleasure, does
you good in ways too nurarro;;? to mention and all fur a little
OCALA ICE & PACKING CO.
Special Prices on Recovering Auto Tops:
Dtrtonnrror H Rubber
U.radOGIIgGI jjMohair 25.00
Goods subject to examination. Test of goods seen at
shop. Workmanship the best.
OCALA AUTO TOP CO.
J. J. McCRANIE, Manager.
Broadway and 14th street. Union Square.
Clean, Comfortable, Convenient and
Home Like Hotel, on the Amer American
ican American and European Plans.
R. C. MUIMCASTER
BURGLARY. EMPLOYEES LIABILITY
Ocala House Block
W. H. MARSH
Read our UNCLASSIFIED ADS. for your wants
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.
A. E. BURNETT
To a Person Who Prides
Himself on His Appearance ?
Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen
is a necessity. To supply that ne-
cessity is Our Business,
Steam Laundry :;
OCALiA, I I.OIilDA
American Plan, $2 per day and up.
European Plan, $1 per day and
up. Special Weekly Hate.
liMUCH MONEY IN MELONS
lnnin"iie Profit to Southern Farmer Farmer-in
in Farmer-in Itai-in; the Juiry Ovals
Oklawaha, Fla.. Oct. It:, 1113.
Editor Star: Florida doesn't care
raises the cotton require! for
! clothe.- with the present skimpy
: fashion.- if she can ju.-t raise water-
' melons tor the country north o. us.
: The last watermelon season brought
i into one county in Georgia the gooi-
hv sum of ? 1 '.t'.to. all foreign nion-
I ey, and I am informed that Marion ;
; county Florida had nearly as good a :
' record from her last crop.
I There is quite a difference in a
farmer raising something and sell selling
ing selling it to his next door neighbor and
selling it to a stranger in New York. j
Chicago or Pittsburg; the first is -taking
money out of one local pock-;
et and putting it in another; the la;-'
ter is getting new money into local
In the past the watermelon has;
been regarded as a sort of dietary!
joke in Georgia, an agricultural fri-j
volity, compared with the good old
reliable staples cotton and corn. I
From henceforth it is certain that :
any well-arranged horn of plenty in ;
o r sister state will have a M-pound
watermelon posed conspicuously in
One hundred thousand dollars!
I That is 4 j,er capita for every mail.
J woman and child in Marion county.
only it would not be evenly distrib distributed,
uted, distributed, according to our socialistic
dream. This vast sum went into
the hands of the farmers. And there
are still any number of $o a month
clerks dragging out monotonous
lives in our cities whose minJs are
; so iar ;;eh.i: 1 the times they will
hr.ih a i .he hayseed joke and think
the farmer a "Kube." which is very
I The man v. ho is selling clothing i.
I not in it with ihe man who is sel
ling something to eat, for it is a self self-evident
evident self-evident fact that people are wearing
less and eating more than they used
to. i lie time is coming v. htn no vir virtuous
tuous virtuous farmer will rail at scant attire
and etraagant restaurant habits.
a system now where he
dollar winging its way
; j ran siie iiu
j hack from the restaurant to the
farm. Time was when the dollar
i stopped on the way and the farmer
did not get much of it, but that is
past and tears have been running
I from the eves of Marion countv far far-!
! far-! mers because they knew there were
! places where melons would have
! sold for fifty cents apiece this past
; spring and there were not enough
! melons. They should resolve that
there will be a melon grown next
season for every little flighty fifty
cent piece in Xew York. Chicago and
! Fittsburg, and other centers of the
' nign cost oi ming.
j Supplying watermelons to the
' h(m5e-s OI our citizens who come
trom toreign parts and never saw a
melon on the vine, has been reduced
to a system. Formerly the people
were there and the melons were
here, but the problem of getting the
melons to where they would be a
luxury at a Fourth of July picnic
had not been properly solved. Xow
a flock of nice young men in white
clothes and white shoes put up at
our hotels every melon season, j
They are melon buyers, and they ;
know just where melon are most
j needed. The farmers have quit rais rais-I
I rais-I ing the famous Kolb (Jem or "Cob
Jim as tne darkies call it. It was a
fearful fruit with a very thick rind,
warranted to stand any amount of
hard usage in shipping. The selling
of it depended on those markets
where a real watermelon had never
The Watson melon which ships
well and has a good shape and flavor
i has replaced the Kolb and the in
creased demand for watermelons is
due to the pleasure the northern
palate is deriving from this better
fruit we are sending.
To return to the $lub.(Mo. as who
indeed would forget it, doesn't it
look is if this same agricultural fri frivol,
vol, frivol, the melon, had old man boll
weavel on his back in that Georgia
county referred to. and begging for
!a bite to eat? Why should a farmer
anywhere raise a lot of cotton, or
anything else, for a devastating no no-account
account no-account bug of any sort to destroy?
The Marion county farmers had a
fairlv cood acreaee in melons last
season, from which they made a
splendid profit, and brought into cir
the county a good sum
It is an inexpensive crop
and there are thousands of acres of
ideal watermelon land in the county
which continues To be neglected and
! remains idle every year, and on the
same land can be raised a 4o-acre
crop of hay each year.
Here's hoping that our farmer
friends in the county will next sea season
son season make Marion the banner water watermelon
melon watermelon and hay county in the state.
David H. Kirkland.
Masons meet Thursday evening.
mdfa&. .... 1
A ( AXTAIiOUI'K
OF SKA SOX TIFKi:
l-'nr t!e 'Ii;int:uii;;a Open- Tue-day.
Octoher 1 1, !) a. in. in the Imai-d
:f TiiMle Itoein-
i itsi'in tie;e;s o; t
corning. It will
t:I ; (; jus v. iii e
. --n i t he great el;
i: : ; r,.;r : i y
.e oi cnatitatHiua
i'.s next Tuesday
; e nocer.sary for
en tion it is to
a lit a .tqua to be on
'. : h y m::y secure
I'mi svasOll tickets
sale. When these
s 1: ::
i f (. ,i';rel ;'er
: 1 1
.ire soid paeons :u;;.-;t
lar door a Imissicn.-.
admissions will be
cents and -"0
s ;or eacn auracrion exce
: Co ii well an 1 the great singers, rig.
;ai! i .Mine. Herini. when the door ad ad-'
' ad-' mission will be 7." cents for all ex ex-j
j ex-j cept season ticket holders. On this
i first sale, opening Tuesday morning.
! re.-ervfMl oats will he given to ssea-
j son ticket holders free. After this
'sale reserved seats will cost SI extra
for the season. Remember, all sea season
son season tickets pledged on this first sale
carry the reserve! seat for ihe sea-
on hand promptly and
it. Also remember
that only 4)0 season tickets will be
offered. If you do not get in on the
loo, you must ; ay 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.
The board of trade announces one
of the greatest Chautauqua programs
ever presented In the United States,
offering a list of the world's cele celebrated
brated celebrated artists. That everyone in our
city may have the opportunity to
take advantage of this inspiring
eent, the price of season tickets has
been placed at a most insignificant
sr.m averaging about seven cents an
entertainment. These same artists
appear in all parts of the world for
from fifry cents to five dollars. The
program is very expensive and in
order that the Chautauqua shall be
a financial success, it nas become
necessary to offer but the 400 sea
son tickets at the low price herein
mentioned. If you are not number-
ed among the 400 and have to pay
the high door admissions it will be
because you failed to come out to the
first sale of the season tickets at the
board of trade rooms next Tuesday
morning. J. D. Rooney,
All the late shapes and shades in
men's fall hats are just in at Water Waterman's.
man's. Waterman's. Get yours now. 9-22-tf
I I have just opened up my
j garage on North Main street,
solicit a share of the patronage of
j ar owners in Ocala and surrounding
j rrirory The repair department
1S prepared to do all kinds of auto-
i mobile 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 ani good material can be fur
CJIVI-: ML A TRIAL
! Building formerly occupied
1 IKLI) XKAll AXTIIUXV lil HINCi
4LL MOMI FQR OCALA
Atlantic Co;t Line Secial Ilae
Clarion (."ounty Fair
Nov. 2.' to 2?. the Atlantic
Line will sell round trip tick-
ets to Ocala
relier . .
A i i oona .
13 ran ford
Oroeni . .
F.dgar . .
F inston .
Holder . .
Lady Lake .
Lake City .
Mt. Dora .
Xe wherry .
; Pine Mount
: KeauieK .
: Rochelie ..
; Sorrento ...
, Tavares ..
! Trilby ....
Itetuni Limit: November 2fnh,
(up to and including this date.)
Fares for Children: Tickets for.
the transportation of children five j
years of age and under twelve, may
be sold at one-half the above fares,!
sufficient to be added to make total j
fare endin naught or five. Each ;
coupon of each such ticket to be :
plainly marked, stamped cr punched j
E. M. NORTH,
Asst. Gen. Passenger Agent. j
T. C. WHITE,
Gen. Passenger Agent.
Try a Star Want Ad. It PAYS
'Queen oi Sea Routes"
!i:nciiATi' a '.j:ers. than, co
Savannah, Baltimore, Philadelphia.
Iioton and Providence
Fine steamers; be-
fares; wirelesi 'elcgrapa. Through
tickets to and from principal pointi.
Send for booklet.
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L. D." JONES. C. A.
Seminole Hotel. Jacksonville. Fla
Finest coastwise Trie m the World
235 or 338
when vou want
I am prepared to
! do all ki nds of Steam
and Gas Fitting.
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We make a specialty of the IN INSTALLMENT
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Market and Laundry
CONTRACTOR 4flD BUILDER
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Holder Block, Rcoms S and 19.
THE OCALA EVENING STAR. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21. 1913
OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
(If you have any items for this department call phone 106)
"or Miss Williams
Another of a series of prettyi
nartip?; frr Miss Mattve Williams, a
bride-eled. will be given Thursday
afternoori, the a rt '' hostess be being
ing being Mr Violet Powers, who will
have as her guests only a few of the
special friends of the honoree
"The Woman's Club will hold its
first meeting of the winter season
Saturdav afternoon at Comfort
South Newport Suburb Beautiful. A
dozen little ones attended this affair.
Tho rtppnratinns (tp in uink and
green. The table in the dining room
ias unique and dainty all in the
'sunbonnet girls" idea. The lunch-
Ueon cloth, napkins and plates were
decorated with sunbonnet girls, and
little favors were the little decorated
plates which held the candles. Ice
cream, cake and accessories were
served. Merry games were played
tjaiuraav aiieruouu ai. uluiuii. .
. , , I bv the children, one being a squirrel
Lodge. The club was very hopeful
.... . game. laiuim l juuiiu.
of having its new home ready be be-fore
fore be-fore the close of the year but now it j
will be some time in the new year j Missjfjottlieb to Entertain at Auction
before the building will be complet- j
ed, and until then the meetings wiltfe a
pretty event of next week wil
jiiQ on uii i iMTx vo im inn i i v iii r-
be held at Comfort Lodge instead ojq day afternoor at 3 o'clock, given by
meeting at various homes as was! Yfliiia itiiH th hnmo nf
Club rOOmS ,T MtTZ.,.a Vnrt TCinc
i .til 3. 1 1 .i pi v yj
planned when the old
were given up.
owell on Fort Kin;
Miss Vic Kaysor returned home
last night from a most delightful
summer trip. Miss Ilaysor was in
Asheville, X. C, with friends and
relatives during the height of the
season and later went to Allendale,
Heading Club Organized
This morning Mrs. W. D. Carn
Mrs. G. T. Maughs, Mrs. J. J. Gerig.-
OCALA BOYS HELD THEIR OWN
AImot Tied tlie Score With Their
Practiced Opponent. Good I'ros I'ros-Kct
Kct I'ros-Kct for a !Jij Thanksgiving la
The Ocala boys did not win Mon Monday's
day's Monday's football game, but they held
and narrowly missed making it a j
tie. Considering the fact that they I
had no uractice except for a dozen i
evenings before the game, while the J
Gainesville boys are out on the grid-j
iron every day, their defeat was sub substantially
stantially substantially a victory-
About 400 people saw the game.
A number from Gainesville were
present, several coming on the train i
and others in cars. It was a very j
spirited game. Both sides played j
well and were generously applauded.
The visitors put up at the Ocala
House. They registered as follows:
R. W. Shackleford. J. Sikes, R. J.
Van Camp, McElzer, Yon. Xussbaum,
Browning, Freeman, Heike, Gist,
Upchurch, Soar, Hatcher, McDowell,
Webb and Graham. Sam Buie,
referee. They returned to Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville on the early A. C. L. train thh
morning, and Ocala hopes to see
Mrs. R. A. Burford, Misses Alice BuH
lock and Janet U'eathers, members
S. C, for a visit. She was the guest of the readingcj4b, met at the home
. . : L f t l j-. i itrnc-irlUnt A!lt;i: Minnie'
while awav 1 Gamsby, and defided upon the
Vwork for the coming winter Ger-
f , Wv1 man literal lire "will be studied and
JITS. J. '- wiinsuu iiaa no
( winter guest Q mother. Mrs. M. I'V Miss Gamsby will order the books
Tribble, who fcompanied her home immediately ana tne nu. win meet
NaL week from Anderson, S.Q nvo weeks from loday for lne tirst
time. several 01 tne regular mem
bers wno were not nreseni mis
Ciame With Columbia Thanksgiving
Captain Davis is trying to make j
arrangements to have a game j
Thanksgiving Day with the team oi l
Columbia College. It is a fine team j
and if it comes the game will add;
immensely to the attractions of the
fair. One of Dr. S. H. Blitch's sons
Mr. Loonis Blitch, a student of Co
lumbia, plays, on that team, and hb-
Mrs. William Preece arrived this ., .. ....'brother. Mr. Landis Blitch is with
, morning win continue 10 suiuy uiiu;
afternoon from New ork and has 0cala. Their rivalry will add zest
joined her husband, who represents, to the contest.
Monaav s game snu nai iur
the Metropolitan Life Insurance Co.
They will occupy the cottage of Mr.
S. T. Sistrunk recently vacated by
Mr. C. T. Hodges and family, taking
possession next week.
Mr. T. T. Munroe received a tele- j
gram last evening from his partner,
Mr. Z. C. Chambliss at Eastman, Ga.,
Brumby, who was once a member
met with the club and if she decides
to rpmain in Oenla for the winter
will again take her place in the cir- properouragenient
rfST FOR BREAD-BISCUITS
DIfiTCE3 BY l&LEHEAST BSCS UNDER roooff
'5, 0F JUNE 'SOb 5E"'AlN07rfc7-
Thousands are using it
YflMJ II Y
And you will hereafter
have Good Bread and
This Flour is superior to
any high-grade winter wheat
flour now on the market and
its Quality is its own recommendation.
football material Ocala has and the
Star hopes our people will give i'
.Miss Roosevelt' Wedding Day
Miss Ethel Carew
where he and Mrs. Chambliss had daughter of Colonel and Mrs. Theo-
just arrived in their automobile on
their way home. They will arrive
here on Friday, if they make their
City Police Chief A. J. Brigance
has leave of absence for two weeks
and on the first he and Mrs. Brig Brig-ance
ance Brig-ance will leave for Kentucky, their
former home, where they will spend
Mrs. C. E. Gillis of York, who has
been in the city visiting her sister,
Mrs. M. J. Sherouse, returned home
yesterday. Mrs. Sherouse has been
.sick but is better now.
Mrs. Harvey Reynolds. who has
been sick for some weeks, has been
out in the country at the home of
her father, Mr. Wayne McDonald.
She has much improved in the last
week or so.
Mrs. Robert McDoughal and little
daughter will arrive in Ocala short shortly
ly shortly from their home at Inglewood.
coming specially to be present at the
marriage next month of Mrs. Mc Mc-Doughal's
Doughal's Mc-Doughal's sister. Miss Mattye Will Williams
iams Williams and Mr. J. B. Harrell.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E. Dickin Dickinson
son Dickinson and two children are now resi residents
dents residents of Tampa. Mrs. Dickinson be before
fore before her marriage was Miss Thurber
Gore of Wilmington. X. C. and fre frequently
quently frequently isitel friends in Ocala.
Mrs. T. F. Alexander gave a birth birthday
day birthday party for her little five-year-old
son. Thomas Ley Alexander, yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon at her home. Xo. SO 4
I TEMPLE 1
dore Roosevelt, will be marrieiK to
I Dr. Richard Derby, of New York, tin
April 4th, in the Episcopal church
at Oyster Bay. The ceremony will
be followed by a reception at Saga
on Friday, and on the following day
Mr. Derby and his bride will sail foi
Mr. D. E. Mclver is home after aiv
I cvtpnvivp trin Includine stons at
Milwaukee. Oiicag Indianapolis.
Birmingham. -Atlanta and other
places. AddiliAnal pleasure was
added to the trip by meeting many
old friends and former Ocalans.
I One o! the Best Known and Cannot be Surpassed
The big, genial face of Arthur J.
Doyle beside a long string of fish
The date selected falls i adorned the front page of the Fir
ing Line section of the Times-Lnion
Sunday, and it was gazed upon by
manv friends in Ocala.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Milner of
Birmingham have announced the en engagement
gagement engagement and approaching marriage
of their niece, Emily Whetstone, to
Mr. James Horace Flowers, of Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, the wedding to take place
November 12. at the attractive home j
of Mr. and Mrs. Milner. at Blocton.j
Ala. Jacksonville Metropolis.
Miss Whetstone is a cousin of
Mrs. Blanche Whetstone of this city.
Mrs. Mary Eagleton. who accom-
j panied her mother. Mrs. Edward
Badger, to Tampa Saturday has re returned
turned returned home.
Very unfavorable news comes from
the bedside of Mrs. John Martin.
Mrs. Martin has been confined to her
room since May and was sick tor sev several
eral several months previous, and the news
of her continued illness brings sor sorrow
row sorrow to her friends.
best pr j v '! !H !
Mr. Emmett Robinson will return!
' tonight from Savannah. where he j
went Saturday to attend to business.
Mrs. Robinson intended accompany-j
ing him. but business compelled Mr. j
Robinson to make a hurried trip,
she remained at home.
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.
North of Ocala National Hank
HOUSE OF QUALITY
Four Reels High High-Class
Class High-Class Motion
AN INFERNAL TANGLE
WHEN MEN FORGET
THE GREAT PEARL
THE TWIN BROTHERS
6:30 to 10 p. m.
5 and 10 Cents
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Ponder are;
making their home with Mrs. Pon-!
der's sister, Mrs. J. E. Johnson, until!
their attractive new bungalow is!
ready for occupaancy. J
Miss Loula Salter, a clever and
charming young lady from Gaines-1
ville. has a position as stenographer
for the Board of Trade.
Mr. Columbus Atkinson after a
two days" visit to Ocala combining
pleasure with business, has returned
to High Springs.
E. M. Howard. one of Ocala's
prominent citizens, was here Tues-
dav on business. Dade City Ban- i
.1. K. CHACE
Rooms 9, 10, 11. Holder Block
L. F. BLALOCK
Office Over Commercial Bank
Martel. Oct. 21. Mr. G. R. Red-1
dick who has been attending the F. j
& A. M. Grand Lodge school of in-j
struction at Lakeland, returned last j
Thursday, and reports a very inter- j
est ing and instructive session. j
Mr. A. S. Pickett who resides sev-;
eral miles north of Martel, was in!
town last Friday on business. Mr. j
Pickett talks very enthusiastically ol
the recent work done on the Blitch- J
Mr. E. R. Harper is enjoying aj
visit from his mother of Waycross.
Engineer Ed Mixon of the Ocala
and Southwestern has been off duty
for several days on account of sick sickness.
ness. sickness. The Martel Lumber Company mov moved
ed moved its logging camp last week to a
place some three or four milet
southeast of Home's turpentine still.
Mr. B. F. Scott of Ocala. who has
been working at the planing mill for
some time, moved his family to Mar Martel
tel Martel a few days ago. and they are now
occupying the old parsonage.
Mr. J. K. Kelly of Inverness wa:
in our village for a few hours on
business last Saturday.
The Martel Limber Company had
the misfortune to have two box cars
destroyed by fire last week. They
had been set out near the water j
tank and caught on fire, presumably j
from sparks from a locomotive orJ
from the pumping station. jj
The family of Mr. .1. G. Holloway!
on last Friday moved into the house jj
recently vacated by Bailey Lewis.
The little daughter of Mr. J. O.
Myers, who has been quite ill for
some time, is considerably improved
at this writing. j
The colored Baptist convention j
which was held near Martel closed ;
last Sundav evening with a large at- j
We have just received the most beautiful lot of
PICTURES for framing that have ever been shown
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.
THEUS -ZACHRY CO
THE FURNITURE MEN
ORDER OF EASTERN' STAK
Ocala Chapter, Xo. 29, O. E. S j
meets at Yonge's hall the first Fri- j
day evening at 7:30 o'clock and the:
third Friday afternoon at 3:30, of
Mrs. Emma C. Burnett. V. M
Miss Florrie Condon, Secretary.
M. C. IZLAR
Office Law Library Building
You should discard that straw hat.
See Waterman for the latest soft
hats and derbies. 9-22-tf
Attorney at Law
Office Second Floor Munroe
Chambliss Bank Building
First of French Monarch.
History concedes that Clovla 1. wu
the real founder of the French mon monarchy,
archy, monarchy, although his father. Chlldertc,
held some sort or trloal rule orer
part ot the country wLich was des destined
tined destined to become France Clovls was
a progressive king and vastly extend extended
ed extended his domains during tne period of
his rule, from 481 to 511. He mad
endless war on surrounding trlue
and took territory rigor and left b
conquest In 493 Clovis- look Parts
by storm and thereupon that cu be
came the perron-'!: t ; o'
Prenrb gr .v, rr r-.tot
Florida's Largest and Best Year
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,
ASST. MGR. PROP. AND MGR.
THK OCA LA EVENING STAR. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 21, 1913
WHITE STAIR LINE,
iTIAXSFER AND FIRKPKOOF STOKAGC
COLLIER BROS.. Proprietors.
Teams for Light
and Heavy Hanling.
I An elegant line, of lawyers
I manuscript covers, in any
color that could, be desired.
I eata Star
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.MARION COUNTY DIRECTORY
Judge Circuit Court W. S. Bul Bullock.
lock. Bullock. Ocala.
District Attorney E. W. Davis,
Clerk Circuit Court P. II. Nugent,
Sheriff J. P. Galloway, Ocala.
Tax Collector W. L. Colbert,
Tax Assessor Alfred Ayer. Ocala
Treasurer John M. Graham,
Surveyor W. A. Moorhead, Ocala.
Judge of Probate Wm. E. Smith,
County Commissioners C. Carmi
ehael, 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.
Brinson. Superintendent, Ocala! B.
IL Blitch. Blitchton; J. S. Grantham.
Fort McCoy; W. D. Carn. Ocala.,
CITY OF OCALA
Mayo.- J. D. Robertson.
Recorder L. T. Izlar.
Assistant Recorder Joseph Bell
Council B. A. Weathers., presj
dent; J. H. Taylor, president pro
tern; E. C. Bennett. Baxter Carn, J
W. Hood, E. T. Helvenston, G. A.
Carmichael, F. G. B. Weihe, C. M.
City Attorney C. L. Sistrtmk.
City Clerk H. C. Sistrunk.
Treasurer and Tax Collector W.
City Engineer J. R. Moorhead.
Superintendent Light Plant J. C
Superintendent Water Works I
Marshal A. J. Brigance.
Fire Chief II. S. Chambers.
Sanitary Inspector G. W. nieve nieve-land.
land. nieve-land. Street Commissioner R o b e r t
THE FAMILY COUGH MEDICINE
In every home there should be a
"bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery,
ready for immediate use when any
member of the family contracts a
cold or cough. Prompt use will
stop the spread of sickness. S. A.
Stid, of Mason, Mich., writes: "My
whole family depended upon Dr.
King's New Discovery as the best
cough and cold medicine in the
world. Two 50c bottles cured me
of pneumonia." Thousands of other
families have been equally benefit benefited
ed benefited and depended entirely upon Dr.
King's New Discovery to cure their
coughs and colds, throat and lung
troubles. Every dose helps. Price
r0c and $1 All druggists. H. E.
Bucklen & Co., Philadelphia or St.
Cures Old Sores, Other Remedies Won't Cure.
The worst cases, no matter of how longr standing
are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr
Porter's Antiseptic Healing: Oil. It relive
Pain and Heals at the same time. 25c, 50c. $1.'
Have you a house to
rent, or do you want
to rent a house?
Have you something to
sell, or do you wish to
buy a house, a lot, a
horse or a buggy?
Are you looking for
employment, or do you
need the services of
some one who is?
If so. you should pat patronize
ronize patronize the STAR'S un unclassified
classified unclassified column It'll
do the work.
Superior to Plasfe
or Ceilinjj in
Qaaii'y or Price.
FOR ALL PURPOSES
OPEN ALL NIGHT
The Merchant's Cafe is a first class
place to take your meals. Open night
and day. J. R. Dewey, proprie proprietor.
tor. proprietor. 2-28-tf
Uncle Sam's Antecedents.
A reader asks how the name Uncle
Sam came to he adopted for the im imaginary
aginary imaginary genius who directs the des-
tinies of this nation. The answer is j
very simple. uncle Mm is merely j
a popular expansion of the letters "C
S." Albert Matthews once wrote a
forty-five page monograph to prove
this, and he showed that the expression
went hack to the yoar 1.S1C. James
Fenimore Cooper in "The Prairie" in
1S27 spoke of "the well known initials
that have gained for the gov government
ernment government of the United States the good
humored and quaint appellation of Un Uncle
cle Uncle Sam." New York Post.
Right to the Point.
Some months ago excavations were
being made for new tracks on the line
f a certain railway. At one point a
nearby resident obtained permission to
remove a tpiantity of turf to resod the
premises, the section foreman being in instructed
structed instructed to notify the excavating
"gang" when t lie resident should have
secured all he desired.
The foreman's report is as follows:
"The man that wanted the earth has
got it." Exchange.
His Busy Day.
"You say you called this mornipg on
my husband at his olhce? He's always
so busy. Did you have any trouble in
"Yes. at first. He was sitting behind
his desk, and I couldn't see him until
he moved his feet." Cleveland Plain
Hit Both Ways.
Tramp Yes, lady. 1 loved a girl. She
wouldn't hev me. and I became a wan
derer. Woman Poor chap! If she had
married you all would have been well.
Tramp Oh. I dunno. Me friend out in
de road dere is de feller wot got her!
Not only strike when the iron is hot.
but make it hot by striking. Oliver
Bat Husband, With Aid of Cardui,
Effects Her Deliverance.
Draper, N C Mrs. Helen Dalton, of
$is"place, says: "I suffered for years,
irtth pains in my left side, and would
often almost smother to death.
Medicines patched me up for awhile
tbtrt then I would get worse again. Final-
y my nusoana aeciaea ne wanted me to
try Cardui, the woman's tonic, so he
bought me a bottle and I began using it.
It did me more good than all the medi-
cines I had taken.
f have induced many of my friends to
f fr PorHfii inH Vior oil coir ttioir Vioi'O
ii j vaiuui, aiA iiikj an ijaj tu i w
been benefited by its use. There never
Aiasbeen, and never will be, a medicine
to compare with Cardui. I believe it is
a good medicine for all womanly trou trou-bles."
bles." trou-bles." For over 50 years. Cardui has been re-
llieving woman's sufferings and building
weak women up to health ana strength.
If vou are a woman, give it a fair trial.
It should surely help you, as it has a
! Get a bottle of Cardui to-day.
Write to: Chattanooga Medicine Co.. Ladies'
Advisory Deist., Chattanooga. Tenn.. for Ste.tal
Instructions on your case and 64-pa book. "Home
Treatment for Women." in plain wrapper. N.C. 1 6
PRESIDENT WILSON EXPECTS
CI RRENCY HILL TO PASS
IJolh Hou-e of ( "oiiyre--. at Least 1J 'j
the I"irt of December
Washington. D. C. Get. i' 1 Pres President
ident President V;I-on has written Represent
ooj. the Hiaioritv lead-;
I er o: th
Ho.:-, expressing the opin-l
he currency bill would be :
'j the Senate not later than (
week in November and i
passed after two or three weeks' de
have had conferences with the
! members of the Senate committee on
i banking and currency. both demo democrats
crats democrats and republicans." wrote the
president. "As a result of those con con-ferences.
ferences. con-ferences. I feel confident that a re re-',
', re-', port on the bill may be expected not
j later than the first week in Noveni Noveni-j
j Noveni-j her. .Most of the members of the
! committee with whom I have con-
ferred have shown themselves keen keen-!
! keen-! ly aware of the disadvantage to the
country of any unnecessary delay.
j "I believe that the
Senate upon the bill
action of the
within two or at the most three
weeks after the report is made. I
frido not believe there will be any at
! tempt to delay its passage by dila-; weather the temperature began to
itory tactics. Senators on both sides j drop Sunday and continued to fall
realize that the business of the, during the early morning hours yes yes-;
; yes-; country awaits this legislation, im-jterday. As far south as Atlanta the
! patient of being kept in suspense, j snow began to fall shortly after 2
and display a most public spirited ; o'clock yesterday morning. The
j desire to dispose of it promptly. 1 he ) precipitation continued. intermit intermit-;
; intermit-; passage of the bill is assured. jtently, until after daylight at which
; "In these circumstances I should time it had been noticed as far south
I like to confer with you as you so.as Birmingham, Ala., and Athens.
! kindly suggested, as to the action of! Ga.
jthe House should take while await- According to the weather records
iing the results." yesterday's snowfall was the second
The president does not believe an'recorded in the IU0nth of October
J adjournment is possible but thinks for territory as far south as Georgia
i some agreement might be reachel
: with the minority in the House for a
brief recess. The president is fully
j confident of considerable non-partis-j
an support for the bill and told call-j
ers today that he did not expect any
'change affecting any fundamental'
! part of the bill but rather had found j
an unexpected agreement on the fun-!
The president's letter was freely
i circulate in Congress and renewed
I active discussion of recess prospects.
Senator Weeks. republican, of the
: banking committer, observed that
the letter "disclosed more optimism
!than the facts warranted."
FRENCH FLYING MEN
HAD A FATA L I'ALlJ
Paris, Oct. 2 1. Two French armyj
aviators were killed yesterday on.
their way from Hue when their en- j
gine stopped suddenly. The machine j
capsized and the aviators fell from!
a Height, or mm teet. About the
same time Corporal Aviator Dau-
troche, while making a flight near.wni"ch waits for every opportunity to
the military depot, met with an al almost
most almost similar and fatal accident. The
engine of bis machine became de detached
tached detached and the biplane turned over
and fell into the river Moselle. Dau Dau-troche
troche Dau-troche was drowned.
nr.AI'NCSS CANNOT P.i: ClliLI)
by local applications, as they cannoi
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deaf deafness,
ness, deafness, and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by tj
inflamed condition of the mucous lin lining
ing lining of the Knstachian Tube. When
this tube is inflamed you have a
rumbling und or imperfect hearing
and when it is entirely closed, deaf deafness
ness deafness is the result, and unless the in inflammation
flammation inflammation can be taken out and this
tube restored to its normal condition
hearing will be destroyed foreve:;
nine cases out of ten are caused by
catanh, which is nothing but an in inflamed
flamed inflamed condition of the mucous sur surfaces.
faces. surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of deafness tcaused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu
J. F. Cheney & Co.. Toledo, Ohio
Sold bv druggists. 75 cents.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con constipation.
stipation. constipation. Ad
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Foit King Camp No. 14 meets in
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.
OCALA LODGE NO. 280, B. P. O. E
Ocala Lodge, No. 2 SO, Benovelent
and Protective Order of Elks, mets
the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren a' ways welcome.
Chas. W. Hunter. E. R.
Joseph Bell. Secretary. Ad.
CHAPTER NO. 13, K. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 1C, R. A. M.. on the!
fourth Friday in every month at
1:3" p. m. C. B. Connor, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
Good Chance for the People to
Pay Them for Some of Their
One evening toward the latter part
of the mnth. the hand will give a
j concert a: the Temple. The proceeds
will go toward paying rent on the
i hall where they practice and other
1 The members of the band have
shown splendid public spirit all this
and other summers. Let the people
show appreciation by going to this
paid concert in force.
SECOND OCTOBER SNOW
SNOW IN THE SOUTH
Tampa Tribune: Tennessee.
North Carolina. Northern Alabama
and South Carolina yesterday exper experienced
ienced experienced the earliest snowfall in the
recollection of the oldest citizens.
After a week of comnarativelv warm
anj Alabama. The first
enced eight days later durin
year 10 10.
DIED IN THE LINE OP DUTY
Deciioii in Regard to Soldiers Killed
at State Line Rendered by
Mobile. Ala.. Oct. 21. Unless
others of the ninety-six soldiers in
hospitals as a result of the Mobile
& Ohio troop train wreck near State
Line. Miss., Sunday afternoon, die.
the list will stand at seventeen, ac according
cording according to the railroad undertaker's
report last night.
All of the men killed or injured
in the wreck were killed or injured
in the line of duty, the war depart department
ment department announces.
Love Is Similar to Sunlight.
How -the sunlight seems to watch
for a chance to get through the small-
est opening in the clouds! Love,
which forgives because
it is love, and
manifest kindness, is not goinf to
wait to be asked to forgive. Ignore
the wrongs you receive and think over
the good that has been or yet maj be,
and the evil will dwindle into noth-
Try Gerig's Havana Smokers; 5c.
NEW YOItK WOULD
OCALA WEEKLY" STAII
Ioth for S1.0." a Year
This is a time of great events and
you will want the news accurately
and promptly. The Democrats for
the first time in sixteen years have
the presidency and also control both
branches of congress. The political
news is sure to be of the most ab absorbing
sorbing absorbing interest.
There is a great war in the old
World, and you may read of the
vast Turkish Empire in Europe..;
just as a tew years ago you read
how Spain lost her foothold of soil
in America, after having ruled the
empiYe of half of the New World.
rhe Thrice-a-Week World abounds
in strong features, serial stories,
humor, markets, cartoons, in fact,
everything that is to be found in a
first-class paper. THE THRICE-A-WEEK
WORLD'S regular subscrip subscription
tion subscription price is only per year, and
this pays for 1G5 papers. We offer
the World and Ocala Weekly Star
together for one year for $1.65.
Address Weekly Star, Ocala, Fla.
Two Meals a Day Sufficient.
Though reticent on many matter
the British officers just released frooa
a German fortress agreed in one mat matter.
ter. matter. They found two meals a daj
sufficient. In England people are
sometimes addicted to five breakfast
lunch, tea, dinner and supper. The
continental fashion is a snack foi
morning coffee, a midday meal and
an evening meal. But when the great
army of Xerxes was marching through
Asia Minor, and city by city had to
provide food for the day, the peoph
thanked God that Xerxes and his armj
ate but once a day.
Fcr Weakness and Loss of Appetite
The OH Standard general strecgrtheair toaic.
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC, drives out
Ma!3-ia and builds up the system. A true tonic
an.', sure Appetizer. For adults and childrea. 50c.
ART OF WEIGHING.
Wonderful Scales That Are Not
Made of Anything.
THE LAW OF FALLING BODIES.
T.- XL t . .
By This, Tha.'KS to Newton and Lieb-
nttz ana the Calculus of Differentials,
the Weight o- Suns and Planets May j ' .;"-"V 1U4
n. a o. 7L. ROBERTS 303
w .j ..,.,.Cw.
The art of weighing has expanded
into a comprehensive science and can
no longer be called a UK're art. Scales
are made of metal, but the set herein
described is not made of anything.
Scales are in hourly use that can
weigh a pencil mark whose length is
one-fourth of an inch; or a section of
a hair of equal length. The usual
practice in weighing runs from grains,
ounces, poumls Up to tons, usually one
ton. and then up to fifty or more tons
in railroad weighing, costing hundreds
and thousands of dollars.
But humans would find it quite diffi difficult
cult difficult to make scales that would weigh
millious. billions, trillions, quadrillions,
quintillions. sextillions. septillions. oc octillions
tillions octillions and nonillions of tons, or de de-cillions.
cillions. de-cillions. An instrument able to weigh
a decillion tons can now he purchased
for one cent a pencil. The scales are
not made of metal; instead a set and
fixed specific speed is the next to all
powerful ensxine used. But it is far
more easy to run a locomotive or
steamship without knowing a single
law of these complex machines than
to even attempt to use the speed speed-scales
scales speed-scales without knowing every minute
detail of every velocity law of mov moving
ing moving bodies.
Let a street car start from rest and
keep moving faster and faster until its
rate of motion is, say. twenty miles
per hour at the end of one minute. If
the speed of the car increased uniform uniformly
ly uniformly during the entire minute its aver average
age average speed is ten miles per hour, be because
cause because it started from rest and in increased
creased increased to twenty miles per hour. If
a body moves during one minute at
twenty miles per hour the distance
traversed will be speed multiplied by
time, or twenty miles multiplied by
one-sixtieth of an hour, or one-third
of a mile: but the average speed in ;
case of the car is ten miles per hour,
so that the distance moved over is half
as frreat or one-sixth mile. This is a
fundamental law of nature and is of
Law: For uniformly increasing
speed, startinir from rest, the velocity
increases with the time, but the dis- j
tanee traversed is that moved over bv
the moving body with its average j l OR KLM Three nicely fur fur-speed
speed fur-speed or one-half i ni-saeJ- l'oonis lor light housekeep housekeep-If
If housekeep-If measuring the distance fallen in: bath ailil lights. P. A. Durand,
through by a body let fall at the riir- J 1 4 K- Adams St. 10-13-tf
idly exact bc.cinuing of one second of j
time to the rigidly exact end thereof Is
difficult. wh:it -diall be said f finding
how f:ist it is faUinir at the end of the
second. Co try: work from the ages of
twenty to sixty years duly and you
will fail. The fact is. the time re-pi i red
to find the mathematically exact spe specific
cific specific speed of a falling body in still air
was almost that required to measure
the distance of the nearest star, about
Then At wood invented his machine,
and this finally came to some near ap approach
proach approach to accuracy. But this instru instrument
ment instrument of precision fell far short of the
electrical ehronotrraphie apparatus
When all of this very complex mechan-
ism is in perfect order it releases the
ball at the exact beginning of a se11-
end and records the absolute time on
the cylinder of a chronograph electric-
ally and repeats the process at the ah
solute end of the second so far as hu-
man hands are able to do rigidly accn-
i ne moment mar tuose supermen.
Newton and Liebnitz. discovered that
mighty power, beside which all else
human pales into insignificance the
stupendous calculus or differentials
every mathematician saw immediately
that one of nature's most magnificent
laws was found in falling bodies. And
then began the relentless and arduous
self Imposed work of more than a hun hundred
dred hundred years to find the set specific speed
acquired by a falling body at the In Instantaneous
stantaneous Instantaneous and absolutely exact end
of the first exactly measured second of
time since man appeared.
The result is one grand, all potent,
all powerful mean or average of a cen century
tury century of world wide measures, the dia diamond
mond diamond of diamonds, the most valuable
number in possession of man. the as astronomical
tronomical astronomical balance:
Sixteen and one-tenth feet fallen to
enn or tne nrsr seeonn: teet rer 1
second speed at end of first second.
That is. a body let fall will, under
the action of the earth's attraction of
gravitation, fall 10.1 feet during the
first absolute second of time, and at
the absolute end of the second will be
In motion with a velocitv of 32.2 feet
per second. These numbers constitute j to $1$ ner week and expenses. Ex Ex-tbe
tbe Ex-tbe most accurate and all powerful j reri'ence unnecessary. dress Alex Alex-scales
scales Alex-scales in existence. Edgar Lncien Lar- I . .,,r r lAr(Ton
,..v...... ) ander supply Company. Morgan
kin in New Vrk American. ; . A c
Park, Illinois. 10-lS-lt
Turkish Postage Stamps. j
Every one who has collected stamps
must have noticed the absence of sov-
ereigns" heads ft om those of Turkey.
That this is so is due to the fact that
Mob;: mmedans think a representation
of the human face or figure unlawful.
Therefore Turkish stamps carry the
crescent, which the Turks borrowed
from the Byzantines after the fall of
Constantinople. They also used n com complicated,
plicated, complicated, arbitrary sign, supposed to be
the signature of the sultan.
-Castle Hall, over the Jarr-s Carlisle
Search thy own heart: what painetb "drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis vis-tbee
tbee vis-tbee in others in thyself may be. John i lt;ng brothers. D. W. Torrpkins, C. C.
G. Whittier. j Cha, K gage K R. s. Ad
Mclver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
Fine Caskels and Burial Robes.
I IK E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
j All Work lone ty Licensed Em-
baliners and Fully Guaranteed
Cndertakins Office 47
Lost Found, Wanted,' For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Needs
HOUSES FOR SALE Look at 44
North Sanchez street 2 homes lot
120x203; must sell together r sep sep-erate;
erate; sep-erate; make me an offer quick. E.
R. Damoth, 20 7 Hodges building,
Detroit, Mich. 9-22-lm
FOR SALE C30 icres cutover
pine land with railroad siding, shan shanties
ties shanties and good well of water; good fox
vegetables and vine growing; price
$10 per acre; three miles from Dun Dunnellon.
nellon. Dunnellon. For information write J. G.
Baskin. Dunnellon, Fla. 9-30-lm
FOR RENT Six room cottage
with bath, etc., corner Watula and
South Seventh streets. Apply at
Southern Express Office. 9 4-tf
WANTED At once, man with
family for general farm work Ap Apply
ply Apply H. H. Whit worth. 9-25-tf
FOR RENT A seven room house
in good condition with every mod
ern convenience, No. 411 South Wa Watula
tula Watula street. Apply to the Star of office.
fice. office. 1019-t!
FOR RENT A six-room cottage
at 509 Tuscawilla street, across from
the primary school building. Apply
to Dr. R. D. Fuller at his office over
Munroe & Chambliss Bank. 10-6-tf
COTTAGES FOR RENT For col colored
ored colored people; conveniently located in
desirable part of town; all new; $6
and ?S per month. Apply to "W"
care Star. 10-15-ti
I FOR RENT New bumralow sev-
rooms and bath, lights and all
modern improvements; located on
Lime .-treet near high school build building.
ing. building. Apply to C. V. Roberts at Mc Mclver
lver Mclver & MacKay's store. 10-15-6t
FOR SALE 15H acres of good
land with 400 bushels of corn, two
mares, one cow and farming imple implements;
ments; implements; well improved; seven miles
southwest of Live Oak. Suwannee
county. Also 550 acres of good land
adjoining. Will sell at a bargain.
Apply or write to G. A. Howes. New-
i burn. Suwannee Co., Ha. 10-lo-lm
FOR SALE Ten room house on
Fort King avenue. Geo. R. McKean,
j Box L'2G, Tampa. Fla. 10-15-12t
WANTED Four room house with
j wen water. Address. "A." care Star
; utfiCe 10-17-6t
FOR SALE Nice place on coast
near Spencer's gulf home; launch
and row boat; house all furnished,
ready to be occupied; $000, See or
write P. A. Durand, Ocala. 10-17-Gt
WE WANT A GOOD AGENT In
Ocala and vicinity. A hustler can
make good money representing the
oldest and most modern monumental
works in Florida. Write us for our
most attractive proposition. The
Clark Monument Co., Jacksonville,
Fla. 10-1 5-4 teod
ROOMS FOR RENT Three un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished rooms suitable for house-
i keeping; first floor; bath, etc., at
tached; within two blocks of court courthouse.
house. courthouse. Apply "Rooms" care Star
office. 10-1 S-tf
WANTED Lady or gentleman
living in or outside of Ocala to do
some work or to travel. Salary $15
FOR SALE e-horsepower boiler
and 5-horsepower engine in good
condition; suitable for wool will or
small factory. May be seen in Ocala.
Address P. O. box 93. Ocala, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. 10-20-6t
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Loage No. 19- Conventions
held every Monday at 7:20 p. m. at
;iid not waver, and he was inspirited
by the thought Ui,a in hve uays ue
would be "home."
The Joy Of
A Wonderful Remedy That is a Neural
Aid and Relieve the 1 euac-.
Mother's Friend, -a 'aaious external rm
-.na Vnnwn that Is tc
Matt was les disillusioned ty
birthplace than might have been expect expected.
ed. expected. The snowy landscape, the sluggish
river, with its frozen shallows, the
kicled ami sil.-nt pines, the delight of
hearing sleigh bdls and watching the
bright animation of si-i-w-s s long uuia-inili:ir-all
were satisfying to the cT;;v-
reach all the different part3 Invo'.v
1 in- that posstsr-ed him. On the human
i side, however. Manaswan was disap disap-!
! disap-! pointing. N iiv seenuil to care par par-j
j par-j ticnlarly wln-ther he had come back or
i not. The most nihil greeting he re re-'
' re-' reived came from an old gentleman
iliium. mji who mistook n;m lor souie one ci--.
1 1 III II II t, VI I ,M1l prBr5JV-ll
Copyrijhu by the Bobbs-Merrlll
The Ruby Ring.
t 1 AM Captain Broughton of the
III shipwrecked schooner North
l Star," he explained. "All I
' had went down with my
ship exept this ring, and 1 should
be glad to get some idea of its value
o that the pawnbrokers can't cheat
"It's hardly in our line," snapped
the clerk. 'Expert valuation is a busi business
ness business in itself, and"
The conversation was interrupted by
a bald, oldish man. who. with an air
of authority, demanded to know what
was the matter. On its being explain explained,
ed, explained, he t. i up the ring, looked at it
with some surprise and asked Matt if
he belonged to the people that had
been rescued at sea by the- mail
"Yes." said Matt, smiling, "and
though appearances are against me. 1
am neither one of the James brothers
nor a bandit."
The man thawed at this and request requested
ed requested Matt to step into his private ottice.
"I am Mr. Snood." he said, "the man managing
aging managing partner of this concern." As
noon as they were inside the office and
seated, Mr. Snood examined the ring
"Where did you get this?" he asked
suddenly, raising his keen eyes to
"It was given to me."
Permit me to inquire by whom?"
"My employer the gentleman whose
phip I lost."
"Why tli 1 lie give it to you?"
"I was leaving his service. I had
been associated with him for years.
Z .-.c ie. nerve, tissue or tenon mvat ilea. Uelier uiuii .uaiia
laio .v,.. ,rQin..fl I
affected. It gees airecwj iu w
portions and gently but surely relieves all
tendency to Borenexs or nuam.
Itv Its daily use there will be no pain, no
distress, no nausea, no danger of "''at
cr other accident, and the period will be one
of supreme comfort and joyful anticipation.
To all voung women Mother's triend is
one of the greatest of all helpful influ.nces
r ... .nui.ii.th rf !l its agonies and
Tor 11 rUUB tunuuiiii.
dangers, dispels all the doubt and dread.
all sense of rear, ana iuu rUaU.vo
and body to await the greatest event In a
woman's life with untrammeled Rladness.
Mother's Friend Is a most cherished
remedy in thousands of homes, and is ot
such peculiar merit and value as to make it
essentially one to be recommended by all
WYou""wlll find it on sale at all drug stores
at $1.00 a bottle, or the druggist will P'adly
Ket It for you If you Insist upon it. Min Miner's
er's Miner's Friend is prepared only by the lirad lirad-fleld
fleld lirad-fleld Regulator Co.. 137 Lamar lildg.. At Atlanta.
lanta. Atlanta. Ga., who will send you by mail,
ealed. a verv instructive book to expectant
mothers. Write for It to-day.
membereI him. and when he wrote to
I Washington and learned that both his
uncle and aunt had long been dead he
felt lonelier than ever.
Matt took up his quarters in Mrs.
Sana lie's hoarding house on Jefferson
avenue and fell into an aimless, drift-
Siug sort of life, in which the dinner
, bell was the most important part of
' the day. He took long tramps, assid assid-!
! assid-! uously read the daily paper, interested
himself in the other boarders and
vaguely turned over schemes for his
future. With .4.."V0 he could surely
make some kind of start somewhere.
! But what precise form of "start" and
; what "somewhere V"
the ring at any time he wished for the
A little later he left the store with
fifty twenty-dollar gold pieces weigh weighing
ing weighing down his pockets and the follow following
ing following memorandum pinned carefully in inside
side inside his waistcoat:
San Francisco. Jan 24. 1?04.
Messrs. Snood & Hargreaves hereby ac acknowledge
knowledge acknowledge the receipt of a solitaire ruby
ring, of an antique, oriental setting, from
its owner. Captain Matthew Broughton.
who. in consideration of one thousand
51.00 dollars advanced to him today by
Messrs. S. & II. on security of said ring,
and receipt by Captain Broughton hereby
acknowledged, agrees to pay S. & U. 7 per
cent Interest semiannually" on said loan.
GKORGE H SNOOD.
For Snood & Hargreaves
Matt returned to the windy street in
far better spirits than he had left it.
He had $1,000 in his pockets; $4,000
more to draw on if need be; and best
of all he could now "go home." It was
a strange instinct that called him back
to Manaswan. in the east, for there
was not a single tie that bound him
to the place unless it were his parents'
graves. But after years of wandering,
of contented exile, of acquiescence in
the life he had made for himself.
something within him had at last re
An Important Omission.
The doctor who laid down the re requisites
quisites requisites of the perfect baby omitted
tne most essential one the baby
must be yours.
SAFE It THAN CALOMEL
It contains only 4 1-2 alcohol.
Light wines contain 10. The
health -giving properties of pure
beer aid digestion, increase vitality
and tone up the nervous system.
But be sure it is pure.
DoiImoiTm I.ler Tone nt NlRtat NYlll
Straighten You Out by Morning.
Calomel May Knock You Out of a
If you are a calomel user, next time
you are tempted to buy it ask your
,ini"trist if h ran absolutely jruar-
antee the drug not to harm you. He
won't do it because he can't do it.
But here is a perfect substitute for
: calomel which the druggist does guar guarantee
antee guarantee the famous Dodson's Liver
Tone. The Court Pharmacy will re refund
fund refund your money without question if
you are not thoroughly satisfied.
Go to the Court Pharmacy, where
you are acquainted and find out
about the great number of people who
are taking this remarkable remedy and
feeling better, keener, healthier, and
better able to enjoy life than they ever
were when taking calomel,
i Why? Because calomel is a poison
one that may stay in the system, and
'while seeming to benefit you tempor-
,arily, may do harm in the end. If you
haven't felt these ill-effects so far, it
is because vou are fortunate enough to
n ... .w
Homesiv k. heartsick, weary of jhave a strong constitution.
palms and reefs and naked savages
Manaswan appeared to him as the so solution
lution solution of ihis subtle malady of the
soul. At Manaswan a miracle would
ham.eii. and he would be happy. The
first use he made of his money was
to buy his ticket.
lie gave the clergyman $r00 to as assure
sure assure the sale return of the natives to
their various islands; and that after afternoon
noon afternoon the honest, devoted fellows, in
charge of nine-year-old Master Thomp Thompson,
son, Thompson, accompanied him across the bay
to cheer his departure on the Overland.
Standing there in a line of nine, mar marshaled
shaled marshaled by that little white boy. they
presented a singular spectacle on the
platform, what with the earrings in
their ears, two with tattooed faces,
and all weeping copiously. Nor was
the effect diminished by their singing
a resounding hymn, and then listening,
with bowed heads, to the prayer Ta Ta-uielu.
uielu. Ta-uielu. the Tongan. offered up amid the
Don't take the risk any longer. Get
a bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone (50c.)
and note how easily and naturally t
rorrects all bilious conditions, how it 1
(clears away that sick headache and
nnted tonsrue. how it sets you right
without ache or gripe. The most won wonderful
derful wonderful thing in the world for constitution.
All this without the slightest inter
ference with your regular habits. Ad 7
It is made pure cooled in filtered
air and then kept pure. The
Brown Bottle protects its purity
from the brewery to your glass.
Light starts decay even in pure beer.
See th2t croivn or cos
is banded "Schlitz
The Carmichael & Sons Co.
116 N. Magnolia Street
That's What It's For.
A man with a fine graphophono mr.y
be exc'!?'-d for -lUhig on
Kl'ZKMA -XI IT('HIN(i (T'KKI)
"We'll advance you $4,000 on it."
lie held me in very great esteem and
made me a present of the ring on my
"lie's a very rich man this em employer?"
ployer?" employer?" "Oh. ves; very rich indeed."
"Then you have no reason to doubt
that this ring was er legitimately ac acquired?"
quired?" acquired?" "No one who knew him could ever
doubt that. Why. it would be utterly
"You must pardon me for asking
these questions," went on Mr. Snood
in a kinder tone. "It's a good plan to
be careful, you know. After all. it is
to your own interest as well as ours,
"Quite so," assented Matt, hoping
that Mr. Snood would soon come to the
"I'll tell you what I'll do." said the
latter, hesitating and examining the
ring again with evident admiration.
"Mind. I'm not saying you mightn't
get a better offer elsewhere, but this
is the best Snood & Hargreaves can
do for you. We'll advance you $4.oo
on it at 7 per cent interest, and we'll
engage to buy it outright, now or later,
This was so ruifh more than Matt
had ever dreamed of that he could
nly gasp. Fifty-five hundred dollars'.
He had thought vaguely of a couple
of thousand, trembling at his own pre presumption.
sumption. presumption. Fifty-live hundred dollars!
Why. that was a fortune not that he
wished to sell" the ring except in the
last extremity, nor. as he bewilderingly
considered the proiosal. did he care to
take so large an advance as $4,000.
The interest charges would soon grow
beyond his powers to meet them, and
the ring would be irretrievably lost.
Explaining his perplexities to Mr.
" Snood, it was finally agreed that he
was to be advanced a thousand dollar..-
..nli- wtili Hi. nriv'Ie" of selli""
jostle of trunks and passengers. Matt's
own eyes were dim as the train moved
away, and there was a very real lump
in his tin o it. Why was he going to
Manaswan while everything he valued
lay behind him? Why was he leaving
tried and true friends for strangers?
An island fairyland for a prim little
Connecticut town? Yet his resolution
P. D. ODELL
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
Estimates on any kind
of Building furnished on
short notice. All work
X. SANCHEZ STREET.
V. (). BOX. XO. 438.
The soothing, healing medication
in DR. HOBSON'S ECZEMA OINT OINTMENT
MENT OINTMENT jienetrates every tiny pore of
the skin, clears it of all impurities
stops itching instantly. Ur. Hob Hob-son's
son's Hob-son's Eczema Ointment is guaran guaranteed
teed guaranteed to speedily heal eczema, rashes,
ringworm, tetter and other unsight unsightly
ly unsightly eruptions. Eczema Ointment is
a doctor's prescription, not an ex experiment.
periment. experiment. All druggists or by mail
."0c l'feiffer Chemical Co.. 1'liila 1'liila-delphia
delphia 1'liila-delphia and St. Louis. Ad
Ta'.l wicker v,.f..s and baskets of
many shapes ar.d sues to hang on the
wall are favorite flower holders.
Grays, greens, pinks, browns and
blues are only a lev,- of the many col colors
ors colors seen.
I Ml II r- J ri
rx j n
f V ATM H
M S II II I I Jr is n
That iVlacie ypwamee famous
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Onions that are overstrong in flavor
may be rendered less by slicing, then
putting in a colander and pouring
boiling water over them. After this
plunge into ice water and let remain
for half an hour. This will leave them
sweet and crisp.
(JEXTLE A XI)
Now Is The Time
To have your home brightened up.
Rterior Decorating including Kalso Kalso-mining.
mining. Kalso-mining. Tinting. Papering and Paint Painting
ing Painting Neatly and Cheaply Done.
Wall Paper in all Grades from 10c
a Roll Up
Work fully guaranteed
Call Phone 285
Carpenter and Builder
Careful Estimates Made on All Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives more and better
work for the monov than any other
oatractor in the city.
A mild, gentle and effective laxa laxative
tive laxative is what people demand when
suffering form constipation. Thous Thousands
ands Thousands swear by Dr. King's New Life
Pills. Hugh Tallman. of San Anton Antonio.
io. Antonio. Tex., writes: "They are beyond
question, the best pill my wife and
I have ever taken." They never
cause pain. Price 25c at all drug druggists,
gists, druggists, or by mail. H. E. Bucklin &
Co., Philadelphia or St. Louis. Ad
The man who always closes his eyes
to the unsightly things in Mfe is j
apt to slip up on a banana peel. j
Fresh oyters daily, "any style." i
Merchant's Cafe, J. R. Dewey.lO-3-tf
The Hart, Schaffner & Marx ready
to wear clothing need no introduc introduction
tion introduction in Ocala. Waterman is exclus exclusive
ive exclusive agent for this superior line 9-22
worn: a who get dizzy
Everv woman who is troubled
with dizzy spells, backache, head headache,
ache, headache, weakness, debility, constipa
tion or kindey troubles should use
Klectrie Bitters. They give relief
i-. hen nothing else will, improve the
health, adding strength anl vigor
from the first dose. Mrs. Laura
Gaines, of Avoca. La., says: Four
tloctors had given me up an 1 my
! children and all my friends were
I looking for me to die. when my son ;
' insisted that I use Electric Bitters.
i 1 did so. and they have done me a
world of good." Just try them. .V'c
and -1 at all druggists or by mail.,
H. E. Bucklen & Co.. Philadelphia;
or St. Louis. Ad
Two hundred and sixty-seven
acres, one half mile from Santos on
S. A. L. Railroad, all under fence;
two hundred acres under cultiva cultivation;
tion; cultivation; house 40x40; barn 15x20; fif fifteen
teen fifteen acres pine timber; ten acres
hard wood; well watered; price.
Also one hundred and seventy seventy-four
four seventy-four acres southeast of Ocala; five
outbuildings; barn 32x40; six-room
dwelling house in good repair; eight
room stone house in course of con construction
struction construction with all material on the
Also two small farms of eighty
and fifty-four acres respectively, un unimproved.
improved. unimproved. See H. A. Kramer, or owner, A.
iA. Mathews. Ocala. Fla. 10-1-tf
HEADQUARTERS FOR WIRE FENCE
We have just received a carload cf the Famous SOUTHERN Wire
Fencing, Staples and Hay Wire and are in position to make you some
attractive prices on it. We are the only dealers in this section of the
countrv that handle this brand of fence and have demonstrated in the
past that it is absolutely the. best and strongest fence on the market,
and running it as we have In competition with many inferior grades
of wire fence We have had some phenomenal sales on it and
made many friends and customers. Give us your orders. If the good
don't make good we will.
Kinigjlhit &. Lang
(OCMA and MA1MDM
When the Truth Is Lost.
Every duty e omit obscures some
truth we should ha-e known.
Will P y Big Regard lor Appre Apprehension
hension Apprehension of Mrs. Wilson's
.NOTICE OF S I.K
Xotk-t- is herebv siiven that the an-.lr--ia-ncd
guardian will apply to the
Honorab.e W. K. Smith. juda? of the
c-.untv j u.l ire's court of Marion county.
Florida, at hi. office in "cala. Florida.
1lh lay of November, l!ia.
at 10 o'clock it. m.. for an order author author-sjcinu
sjcinu author-sjcinu th- private sale of the reversion reversionary
ary reversionary in:-res- of KlizaWth K. Galloway,
a' "minor, in the following described
1 tract of land in andler. Marion
county. Florida, abutting Garden of
Kden Iake. formerly owned by Mr.
S uiltz. -or.:a;rimir .'- ivo acie..
Lot 1 of Davis addition to the
town of randier. Florida, according to
plat bv 1-: W. Kent and filed Jn the of of-n
n of-n -e of"t'ie flt-rk of the circuit court for
Marion count v. Florida, coniaininij by
e-timation ."-j 100 acres
Kli.aVieth A. Galloway,
c.!!-Sr,i:-n ':iizabet.i Iv Galloway.
St:, dly 19-11 it
Two hundred ar 1 fifty dollars re-J
ward is offered by the county com-;
missioners of Marion county, Flor-j
Ida, for the party or parties who who-murdered
murdered who-murdered Mrs. P. T. Wilson, fourj
and a half miles north of Ocalar. on
the morning of October 2nd, at 8.
o'clock. Description of negro seen!
coming away from the Wilson place;
at that time: Black, rather stout:
build, weight 140 to 150 pounds.;
! :o-?-dw tr
black mustache, height about 5 feet
six to eight inches; wearing blue
jumper, light or gray colored hat,
about No. 7 shoe; going in easterly
direction from Wilson home. Com Communicate
municate Communicate all information to
J. P. Galloway,
Sheriff Marion County, Florida.
There will be further rewards for
the arrest of this man offered by the
city of Ocala and private individuals.
making the total rewards offered a
verv substantial sum of money.