OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23 1913
Murder and liobbery Hun Kiot in
Central Western State
San Diego, Cal., Oct. 23. Tales of
alleged outrages in the state and city
of Durango, Mexico, were relate!
yesterday at Red Cross headquar headquarters
ters headquarters by refugees who arrived on the
transport Buford yesterday from
Gulf of California ports.
"One of the 'worst outrages dis discussed
cussed discussed on the Buford," said Mrs.
Mary Towelston of Durango, en route
to Carrizozo, X. M., "was that in inflicted
flicted inflicted on a young American and his
wife at Durango. The revolution revolutionists
ists revolutionists of Gen. Carranza's forces seized
the couple in their home. They
roped the husband fast and tied his
wife to her bed, where they finally
Girls Save 7 Americans
"Twenty-seven Americans were
lined up against a building in Dur Durango
ango Durango to be shot by the rebels, but
just as the first man was to be ex executed
ecuted executed a Mexican maid rushed in
front of him and pleaded fcr his
life. Other Mexican girls joine.l in
the plea for mercy and the Ameri Americans
cans Americans were spared.
"While there has been some re restraint
straint restraint in the tendency to rob and
murder so far as Americans are con concerned,
cerned, concerned, no mercy is shown rich Mex Mexicans.
icans. Mexicans. All through Durango the fine
residences of the rich have been
turned into stables by rebels, it is
common to see mansions with horses'
heads protruding from the parlor
windows, while the wives of rebel
soldiers parade in fine silk gowns,
displaying all manner of jewelry.
Steal Even Shoes
"Whatever the rebels reize and
cannot use they immediately burn.
"One man reached Manzanillo
from Durango entirely naked, ac according
cording according to refugees.
"Another, W. I. Dawson, who
started with $1,100, reached Guay Guay-amas
amas Guay-amas with only a shirt and a pair of
trousers, the rebels having robbed
him of even his shoes, hose and hat."
Weirsdale, Oct. 22. The cooler
weather is fine to ripen our fruit. All
our grove men are very busy these
Mr. Douglas of Shady was an over
Sunday visitor with his two sons,
Mr. L. B. Graham, of Birming Birmingham,
ham, Birmingham, is visiting with Mr. and Mrs.
R. L. Lytle in their beautiful lake
front home. These men were former
Herbert Howard Reed, who for
the past two months, has labored at
or near Miami, returned home Mon Monday.
day. Monday. Rev. and Mrs. Jones, former resi residents,
dents, residents, who spent the summer in the
mountains of North Carolina and
with relatives in Indiana, stopped
here a few days en route to Clear Clearwater,
water, Clearwater, their home. This aged, saint saintly
ly saintly couple are much loved by our
people. They attended the church
social Friday night and preaching on
Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Carey
entertained them while they were
The Aid Society at the church Fri Friday
day Friday night was much enjoyed by a
fair size crowd and netted the so society
ciety society about seventeen dollars.
W. R. Burris of Danville, Ky..
who has been in the south several
months, looking for a location and
who is stopping at Belleview and Ox Oxford,
ford, Oxford, was in our town Wednesday.
Mrs. Gregory and Mrs. Lowell and
daughter of Black Mountain. X. C.
arrived here Wednesday afternoon.'
They have the Jones house on the
lake for the winter.
Our grove man. W. B. Covins ;
who has shipped eight cars of fruity
and who has many more to shin, has
sold twenty acres of land to the
! north of his residence to Jacksonville;
parties. Mr. Coggir.s has
for clearing, plantin;
care to bearing time.
move in the right direction an 1 if
possibilities were known our men
would be busy making groves for
BIG AMERICAN III BRAZIL
Iiooevelt on Arriving; at Hio .Janeiro!
Was Given a Cordial
Rio de Janeiro, Oct. 23. Col.
Theodore Roosevelt, who arrived
here yesterday, paid his respects to
the president of Brazil. The mee: mee:-ing
ing mee:-ing was most cordial. He then call called
ed called on Dr. Lauro Mailer, minister of
foreign affairs, and together they in inspected
spected inspected the pert works and the ave avenues
nues avenues for which Brazil is noted.
The official program for the en entertainment
tertainment entertainment of the nation's guest is
likely to keep Col. Roosevelt busy
during his stay here.
enow loses ins
i iciceiy .Maiiiineu i;ru. ncciaivd to
be a Friend to the Farmer
scarecrow is ended.
The day of the
for the depart-
agriculture has declared!
that contrary to popular belief the
crow is a friend to the farmer and
should be made welcome when he
comes to visit the corn field instead
jof being received with birdshot. "Af "After
ter "After a careful study of the habits and
: the examination of a large number
or" crows' stomachs the department
: experts have reached the conclus
ion, says a bulletin issued on the:
subject, ""that the crow consumes!
: enough grasshoppers, cut worms
' white grub and other injurious in insects
sects insects to make him highly valuable to
j Mcintosh. Oct. 22. That rain has
Jcome at last and my, but how the
farmers did chuckle to see it fall
steadily on Sunday. It was followed
by a cold spell with a slight frost.
: which is causing the oranges to color
Mr. J. K. Christian was in Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville on business the first of this
week, while Mr. W. E. Christian was
home from the University of Florida
Mrs. John Scarff and daughter,
Elizabeth, of Washington, are the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Walkup.
The Mcintosh B. V. P. l, which
is growing to some size, was enter entertained
tained entertained by Miss Helen McRae on Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday night, with a good attend attendance
ance attendance and a splendid time. It may be
well to state that in spite of a few
"sore heads" the B. Y. P. V. is do doing
ing doing good work. Xearly all the mem members
bers members taking part in the religious ser services,
vices, services, while the Mcintosh folks have
organized a union at Micanopy with within
in within the last month and have been
asked to Island Grove to organize
The election of town officials will j
take place on Tuesday. Xov. 4th. Atj
present all the tardy ones are being
hurried to the registration books.
! while many candidates are springing
into the ring.
GARDEXGLO, an extract that is
delicate, fragrant and a lasting odor,
made by Solon Palmer, $2 per ounce.
Same can be had at the Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. 10-10 tf.
MOIRE ENGRAVED BRACELETS
Never before have bracelets been produced equal to these in richness of finish and
perfection of design. Engraved by the manufacturer's special process which leaves
the gold on the bracelet at the same time producing the Moire effect background that
cannot wear off, but lasts as long as the bracelet itself. Finest quality Gold Filled.
Every Bracelet warranted by the manufacturer.
The above is onjy one item out of our complete line of Jewelry, Silver ware, Watches
WAS TIM FORM
IIIIU I UU IUII III IIIU
In Granting Heroin it ion to llucHa.
Say leading Newspapers in
I London. Oct. 2 3. English news news-j
j news-j papers are only just awakening to
the possibilities of an embroilment
! between the L'nited States and Great
Britain over the Mexican situation.
The Pall Mall Gazette says:
"There is evidently a grave mis misunderstanding
understanding misunderstanding between this country
and the United States in regard to
t the Mexican crisis which should
I speedily be removed. There are ele-
ments of danger in the situation
' which may easily arouse strong feel feel-i
i feel-i ing on both sides of the Atlantic. It
I can not be denied that President
Wilson had some grounds for com com-j
j com-j plaint against British policy in Mex Mexico.
ico. Mexico. j The newspapers consider that a
! grave mistake was made by the Crit Crit-i
i Crit-i ish foreign office in its over-hasty
I recognition of Provisional President
jfluerta, which was in such marked
! contrast with its dignified delay in
recognizing King Peter of Servia.
1 The Globe advances the view that
jrbe foreign office's attitude lends
I color to the suspicion that its policy
, js dictated rather by political consid-
i erations than by regard lor the real
; interests of the nation
2. We are!
. enjoying some cool weather at the
j present. We were glad of the littlej
j rain that fell Sunday night as it was
j badly needed. j
Mr. D. Wall returned from Citrr
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Arndt, Mr. audi
Mrs. J. Gerald. Miss Brinson and Mr.
Edwin Hall were Saturday visitors!
in Fort Myers.
Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Ellis and Mr. j
Rollin Arndt motored to Fort My Myers
ers Myers Sunday. j
There will be preaching here next
Sunday by Rev. Toak.
The writer thinks wedding bells
will soon ring in our community.
Mr. and Mrs. D. Hall were guests
of Mrs. T. R. Ellis Sunday.
Mr. Louis Marlowe was a business
visitor in Fort Myers Saturdav.
Mr. Drew Higginbotham was in
our midst last week.
Mrs. John Woolstair and children
have returned from the north where
they spent the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Ellis went to
Alva Tuesday, where Mr. Ellis will
put up a crop of oranges.
Mr. D. D. Crews was in our midst
Mr. Henry Thomas is packing or-
anges at Fort DeXoe.
Xo wonder some one looks so
FA I IE K A
Eureka, Oct. 22
!2. Messrs. F
Harp and J. H. Lanair attended the
Fort McCoy road working Tuesday.
The new public road from Eureka to
Fort McCoy is looking fine and when
completed I think we can boast of
one of the finest roads in the county,
and it is one that will be much ap appreciated
preciated appreciated as the sand in and around
our community makes traveling very
difficult over some of the roads.
Mrs. Blanche Harper "and Mrs.
Priest, of Fort McCoy, were visiting
in our burg Tuesday afternoon.
Dr. S. B. Parramore and family
came up from the springs Sunday to
attend services. They were accom-j
panied by some of their Orange
Rev. Lewis of Ocala was here Sun Sunday
day Sunday to help out in the ordination
services. The sermons were much
enjoyed by all and the attendance
would have been greater had the
weather been favorable. Rev. Roy
Lewis was here to fill his regular ap appointment
pointment appointment Sunday, also.
Mrs. F. M. Harp and Miss Oldia
Hinson spent Tuesday with Mrs. J.
The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. I.
M. Hinson, who has been sick for the
past few days, is convalescent.
We are sorry to report the condi condition
tion condition of Mr. H.Rainer no better.
Fort McCoy Sunday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Brinson were
over at Mill Creek last Sunday visit visiting
ing visiting Mr. and Mrs. Badger Brinson.
SCHMIDT IS SAKE
Flectric Chair Looms lp Before tin
Xew York. Oct. 2 3 Hans Schmidt
the priest, who confessed to slaying
Anna Aumuller and dismembering
j her body, was sane when the murder
J was committed, according to the re re-jpert
jpert re-jpert of four alienists who examined
j him. The report was made public
! yesterday by District Attorney Whit Whit-j
j Whit-j man. who is preparing to bring the
, priest to trial.
Orange Springs, Oct. 22. Mr.
George Hamilton, of East Jodan
Mich., is a pleasant visitor here, the
guest of the Carleton House.
Mrs. Mary Creighton spent the
week end in Ocala, the guest of Mrs.
E. M. Ervin.
Mr. Amzi Dodd of Idaho,, is a visi visitor
tor visitor in our town.
Mr. Randall Wells came over from
Carraway for a brief visit last week.
Mr. William R. Massey and wife
of Santa Fe. spent several days of
last week with relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Vogt of Ocala.
were visitors here last week.
Mr. H. Osterberg. of Michigan, is
a guest of Pilgrim Inn.
Miss Bessie Porter and Mr. Chas.
H. Hodges, of Palatka, spent Sunday
Mr. J. C. Rast, of Weirsdale, is the
guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
George P. Rast.
Mrs. J. C. Massey came up from
Ocala Saturday and returned Mon Monday.
day. Monday. Mr. Henry Petrie of Bay Lake, was
a Sunday visitor here.
Mr. G. J. Apel has returned from
a visit to St. Petersburg,
at their old home, the guest of Mr.
C. A. Woods.
Mrs. Kolbe has as her guest her
sister. Miss Greaves, of Chicago.
Mr. Weather Man says that Mr.
Jack Frost visited us last night, and
the statement was vouched for by
Farmers were all glad to have the
good rain which fell Sunday. It was
very much needed.
Sl'IU 11HAX HOME FOli SALE
Fourteen acres and five-room
house on the Silver Springs hard
roa 1 across the road from the Mar Marion
ion Marion Farms; new drilled well. The
property was sold for JI.jOO and
buyer failed to make payment. Deed
is here an 1 must be taken up. Its a
bargain. I will show you. David
S. Woodrow. real estate. Merchant's
block, over Gerig's drugstore. 1 0-1 tf
CHAPTER XO. 13, 11. A. M.
I Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter Xo. 13, R. A. M.f on th
! fourth Friday in every month at
1 1:30 p m. C. B. Connor, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
i You should discard that straw hat.
the latest soft
hats and derbies.
ill OF TOURS
IS TOO HUE
.Miami Hoard of Trade Asks Co-ope
ration, in Securing Extensions of
ration in Securing Extension:
Time on Hoineseekers' Tickets
Secretary Rooney of the Marion
County Board of Trade has received together too short a time to consu consu-the
the consu-the following from the secretary of mate a deal of such importance.
the Miami board:
j time in which to make an investi investi-Preamble
Preamble investi-Preamble and Revolutions Tassed by gation of this kind and reach final
Hoard of Directors in the Interest conclusions. Furthermore, actual
of an Extension of Homeseekers' experience proves that if these good
, ..... people close up their business in less
Low Late Excursion Tickets from
time, they seldom stav the full time
the Xorth to Florida Points j limit because of their natural econ.
Miami, Fla., Oct. S, 1913 oinical tendencies. Therefore, the
. argument is all in favor of the 25 day
About three years ago, upon the ...
time limit on these homeseekers
combined request of many prominent ticketg for eyery mcmh Qf the year
Florida land companies and a eer-s Second. There is seemingly no
tain pressure brought to bear from substantial argument tending to
other sources, different lines of rail- "rove why homeseekers' tickets
roads operating through St. Louis,
Kansas City, Chicago, Detroit, Cin
cinnati and Washington, D. C, gate-
ways were induced to sell special
round trip homeseekers' tick-
ets to Florida points on a basis of
$4 4.00. Chicago to Miami and return.
Such low rate tickets have been and
are now offered on the first and third
months of March'
1 UtSUdlS UUlIlla UlUillllS
and Xovember, inclusive, with a time
limit of 25 days exclusive of date of
sale. However for the months of De-
cember, January and February (so-
called tourist months), while sold on
the same dates mentioned above,
this time limit is reduced to 12 days
beyond the date of sale. Further
more, during the period covered by
the three months last mentioned,
homeseekers tickets are withdrawn
altogether at Washington, D. C,
leaving Cincinnati as the most east- the economical homeseeker and at -erly
point where the prospective land the same Ume guffer the additional
buyer can secure the special low rate. ,,enaltv of beinff obiiged to reduce
In other words, all Xew England ter-
ritory is denied this benefit for that
period. So much for the situation as
it actually stands today.
me noiuebeeKers ucKei wiui a o profit tQ all thege homeseekers'
day limit has no doubt done more in tjckets cculd be sold at Washington,
recent years to advertise the agri- D c on the first and third Tueg.
cultural and additional advantages days tne vear round and with a 2-
of the state of Florida than any other dav jmjt
known factor, for it has brought in- TMrd Going a step furtheTf
to our very midst a class of progres- homeseekers' tickets should be ex ex-sive
sive ex-sive people from the north, whose tended north of Washington and in-first-hand
inspection of our varied to New Engand territory. Dilligent
resources has not only resulted in inf,uiry seems to show that the only
their making substantial investments reas0n wny thls has not been done
here, but in addition they have been heretofore is because the passenger
extremely generous in carrying back associations governing that territory
to their friends and associates that never have joined hands with our
same enthusiasm, plus reliable in- solltfcern railroads in the issuance of
formation born of a personal inspec- sllch tickets. Farm ands ,ve all
tion which induced them to cast kno are beCoraing less and less
their lot here and we all know too productive in many of the Xew Eng Eng-well
well Eng-well what this movement has pro- and djstricts, hence the argument
duced. and which otherwise would shoald be in favor of giving these
have been lost to us but for these :e0Jiie a chance to move into a rich
low railroad fares. It has cost the agricultural country like Florida,
various communities of Florida en- for in finajty. and as estimated here here-joying
joying here-joying such returns absolutely noth- tofore these sa e railroads offering
ing beyond the effort to entertain the the low pasgenger rate for one
visitors after their arrival. Who will round trip w51J more than offset
deny but what this is an exemplifica- their temporary loss by reaping the
tion of the highest type of publicity. income tnat is bound to come in the
both from the standpoint of economy near future on the freight tonnage
in first cost as well as in substantial represented by more than one ship ship-and
and ship-and lasting results? It is true the ment of products raised by these
railroads have contributed generous- identical agriculturalists, whom they
lv to the movement, but in so doing previously induced to locate within
rhey will be more than compensat- the bcrders of our state through the
ed in the years to come through the sjmiJie medium of the homeseekers'
increased freight tonnage grown and ticket. Does it not seem reasonable
handled as the resultant brought and business like to charge this com com-about
about com-about through the moving into our paratively small difference to pub pub-state
state pub-state these hustling agriculturalists. jcity account and with profit at
We have briefly stated thus far the that?
good points of this forward move- Fourth. With the same identical
ment for increasing our population arguments holding good, we also ask
and bringing forth the state's re-
sources through soil cultivation, (Concluded on Fifth Page)
T' t t i : i a. : a i c
Why Pay More?
which means the upbuilding of our
! state as a whole.
Xow for some of the faults in the
First. When we consider that the
round trip from Chicago to Miami
consumes in actual travel about five
days, it becomes immediately appar apparent
ent apparent that a twelve day limit placed
or. these tickets, leavine the DrosDeet-
iva in,.0!.,;f. i.
7 days to look around and decide,
not enly on his one big investment,
but on a future home as well, is al-
t 3 1' rely 20 days net is little enough
should not be sold at Washington.
: D. C. 12 months in the years, and
(With a 25 day Hmit unlesg as the
railroads operating from that point
figure that tourists will use these
homeseekers' tickets in place of the
regular tourist rate. This argument
would naturally depend largely on
comparing rates from the following
Chicago-Miami rates, and respective
privileges carried with each ticket:
$66.10 regular tourist rate good
returning June 1, following date
of purchase, and sold every day
drIng tonri season.
$44.90 homeseekers rate 25 day
limit, exclusive of date of sale, sold
only on first and third Tuesdays of
Difference of $21.20.
' Can imagine the average
free-spending Florida tourist for the
insignificant sum of $21.20, and pos
sibly forced to postpone his trip for
dava ,.,,.:- tua r;v4Woc nff0ro-
his stay in QUr delightful winter cli.
mate from several months if desired,.
to (at tne outside) to 20 days?
is therefore quite evident that with
THE OCALA EVENING STAR. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1913
&&ttZZtttel WILL If A VK TO POSTPONE f
.Mooit meet this evening.
Roval Arch meets tomorrow night.
Mr.-. J. E. Squire of .Martin wa want
nt want the Ocala House last night.
Tamo; tr.i;,r rf Tallahassee a
James O. Stevenson of St. Augus
tine is at the Ocala House.
VI The band concert at the Temple !)
'. which was to have been gi en next i
" I week, will haw? to be postponed until
i the first week in November, but will j
Mr. I H. Manss of Baltimore, one j be all the better when it occurs, j
the high officials of the Southern : Watch the Star for the date.
Settlement and Development Organ i- j
zation. is a gue.-t of the Harrington.
He is attending the meeting ot tue
fin be r ofotncce
The county Ju
marriage license o
and Mi.-s Helen tfJornto. both of Sil
Now that Mr. Weathers' resigna resignation
tion resignation will leave a vacancy in the coun council
cil council Trom the third ward, many citi citizens
zens citizens of that ward are trying to in-
has issued afduce Mr. H. A. Fauset: to run for;
Mr. L. S. Carter I the office. Mr. I- a u sett is a repre-M
tentative citizen. knows what hisj
ward and the city needs and is as;
- '"" independent as a wood sawyer. He.
The, popular ami forceful L. EI. j served one term in the office and j i
J. M. Uutton of DeLand is at thfi Dozier of Leeshurg is at the Har-
The cigar makers' cigar cigar-Havana
Havana cigar-Havana Smokers.
W. T. Lynch of Lake Worth is at
the Ocafci House.
Thos. A. Yon of Tallahassee is at
rington. With hini are Mr. and Mrs.
L. M. Johnson aud -Mr. G. G. Ware.
Thev came over in Mr. Dozier's cr,f 'rely wounded in a difficulty at Oak;
lurcay evening, is, accuruiiig iu a
report from the hospital, doing as
well as could be expected, and may
recover. In spue of his severe
wound, the young man refuses to
make compalint against his oppon
H. C. Stanford, president of the
State Chamber of Commerce. F.
Vans Agnew, W. Li. Harris and L.
V. Bryan, all of Kissimmee. are at
Try Gerig's Havana Smokers; 5c.
C. J. Jatho of Gainesville is at the
C. D. Shultz of Inverness is at the
Mr. C. L. Sistrunk is home from a
trip to Jacksonville.
Fresh oysters daily, "any style."
Merchant's Cafe. J. R. Dewey. 10-3-tf
W. L. Benedict of Seffner is at the
N. Eisenberg, a live Savannah
traveling man, is at the Ocala House
H. H. Richardson, the state-famed
ex-secretary of the Jacksonville
board of trade, is at the Harrington.
The clever and genial J. Fred De De-Berry,
Berry, De-Berry, secretary of the Plant City
board of trade, it at the Harrington.
Sheriff Galloway and Tax Collec
tor Colbert visited uunneuon loaayi
and report indications ot good timas
and improvement in the Phosphe
made a first-class councilman.
Mr. Ashley Purvis, who was se-j
Geo. M. Lynch and T. B. Ellis. Jr.
of Gainesville are at the Harrington.
B. J. Eccles of Daytona is at the
20!) Oi-.inge Ave.
Cut glass at low prices at The
Miwray Com pan v-
The Star is sorry to hear of the
misfortune io -that sturdy and in industrious
dustrious industrious farmer, Mr. John Seiler.
He lost his home near Oak by fire
the other day! "" Tlrs friends are chip chipping
ping chipping in to help jpt John on his fi financial
nancial financial feci-'tfgain. which he de deserves,
serves, deserves, a? he is always willing to
J. N. Bradshaw of Orlando is at
For a long mild smoke, try Gerig's
Havana Smokers. 19-3-tf
C. 11. Walker of Bartow is at the
New novels just received at The
Murray Company. 1 -2 M-:it
G. T. Bobbitt of Sanford is at the
Read "The Seminoles of Florida"
at The Murray Company. 10-23-P.t
M. B. Thornton, one of Jackson Jacksonville's
ville's Jacksonville's commercial hustlers, is in the
W. N. Conelly. secretary of fuel help others in trouble
r !ll 1. 1 f . 1 : T
.),!(' K o I! 1 1 e uoaru Ol u.tue. IS ill
the Ocala House.
There are two aldermen to elect
from the third ward this year, and
his neighbors insist that the old re reliable
liable reliable Ed. Helvenston shall stand for
We have a complete stock of
trusses and are in positon to give
you a perfct fit in any style or size
you want. If in need of one call at
the Court Pharmacy. H-iO-tf
At the Popular
We Help You Advertise Our City
Friday and Satardayi Specials
With every Pennant bought onlthese days will
be given a Ticket on a Grand Prize Drawing to take
place as soon as the last Pennant in stock is sold.
A number of people who have
tried to travel the Blitchton road
the last few days are kicking fiercely
over the action of the county road
force in dumping sand on the road
between here and the seven mile post.
So much sand, they say. it on the!
road in places that a wagon can
hardly pull thru, let alone an auto.
This, it is claimed nullifies much of
the good work done last week.
His friends are trying to induce
Mr. Marcus Frank to run for alder alderman
man alderman at large. Marcus is a progres progressive
sive progressive business man and would make
a good official.
W. H. Powell and W". G. Simpson
of Jacksonville are at the Harrington.
11. R. C. Converse and H. H. With Withering
ering Withering ton of Apopka. are at the
It is possible that Mr. Clifford
Livingston may stand for re-election
as councilman at large. Mr. Living Livingston
ston Livingston made a good alderman, and has
introduced and supported many good
measures during his term in office.
For sweet milk, buttermilk, cream
and butter, call phone 12. Sanitary
Milk Supply Co.. corner Fort King
and South Magnolia street. 10-1 7-tf
DR. W. K. IANT. Specialist, Eye
Kar. Nose ami Throat. Office Law
Librarv Building. Ocala Adv.
Alphabet Moore, the efficient and
popular secretary of the Gainesville
board of trade, is at the Harrington
Mr. Marion Pelot of Tallahassee is
expected here for a visit to his
friends next Sunday.
Mr. Clifford Anderson is being
limed bv his friends to make the
race for alderman in the second
ward. Mr. Anderson is an excellent
hnshu'ss; man and verv nonular. lie
would be hard to beat.
Mr. Thomas Ray of Leeshurg is in
Che city and will return home on the
night Coast Line train.
The friends of Mr. M. J. Roess are
trving to induce him to run for ald
erman, either in his ward or at
lfirr-e Mike is a timber man. and
would make good municipal timber
If you need office supplies of any
kind, go to The Murray Co. li-2o-;U
OLD NEGRO IICRNED ALIVE
PRIZES FINE STATIONERY
A great variety to select from.
First Number Drawn, Cash $10.00 G,t a suij,Iy antl invite your Xor.
Second Number Drawn, Pennant JjiS.OO thern friends to the Sunny South.
Next Five Numbers, each, Pennant $1.50 All 23c Stationery 20c
,r. . ... . AH 50c Stationery 40c
This represents the finest stock of
, i THIS SAL.B ONLY.
Pennants ever shown in Ocala.
POST CARDS WHAT'S NICER FOR A PRESENT I
All Ocala Views on these days 13 for 5c TO THE "31AN RACK HOME"
All Florida Views on these days (i for 3c m
The -reatest variety of Florida GOOD OCALA CIGAR.
View Cards i the city. y HAVE THEM
Here's Your Chance to Help "BOOST" Our City.
We're Meeting You Half W ay.
The Store Accommodating
fjfli (Hi fi
Chaired Rody Found in the Ruins
of an Ante Rellum Mansion
r.ninpsvillo. Oft. The old T. i
W. Chestnut residence in tho Kan Kan-apaha
apaha Kan-apaha community, about seven miles
southwest of (iainesville, was burn
ed last night, and the charred body
of Xoah Harrison, an aged coioreu
man. was found in the ruins this
S. M. Tracy and C. V. Piper of
Washington City, were at the Ocala
House last night.
0. K. TEAPOT
Whole Weat Wafers
0. K. TEA-POT
PHONES 10 and 174.
DOG LOST A six months old
pointer pup. black and white spots
strayed from my yard on OUlawaha
avenue on Oct. 21st. A liberal re reward
ward reward will lie paid for his return. J.
M. Thomas. Ocala, Fla. 10-22-tl
Tli 1 : A T RICAIj S : A SO X
AT THE Tl.MPLE
Nov. lo "The Girl from the Underworld."
Nov. IT Edison talking pictures.
Nov. is Edison talking pictures.
Nov. 2 7 Local talent; benefit of
Nov. 2s Hurt Leigh, in "The
I)e0. s "The Rarber of Seville."
Dec. 1 '' "The Leopard's Spots."
1; Xeil O'Urien Minstrels.
20 "liought and Paid For."
:,o Coburn's Minstrels.
1 "Divorce Question."
- --The Shepherd of the
MARE YOUR PLANS TO ATTEND
The Star is glad to see so many
of our girls and boys riding ponies.
It is a pretty and healthful fashion,
and for healthf ulness has the bicycle
and motorcycle beaten a billion
Mr. Walter Merck of Eustis was
visiting his Ocala friends yesterday.
He was a citizen of Ocala about ten
The work of decorating the Har Harrington
rington Harrington dining room and office by
that reliable artist, Mr. Jos. W.
Dodge is nearing completion. It will
make the hotel better looking than
ever. Mr. Dodge and his helpers are
Mr. Geo. W. Brant of Electra was
in town this morning with a load of
oranges from his Lake Bryant grove.
They were large and sweet and he
had no trouble in disposing of them.
He says there is a large crop in that
TO BE HELD AT OCALA
17 "Polly of the Circus."
21 Mary's Lamb Company.
2 7 The Spring Maid Co.
1 Smart Set.
23 Evan's Honey Boy Min-
Feb. 2 4 Fine Feathers.
lca- 4 (To 13) Chautauqua
Mch. 14 Rose Maid.
Mch. 10 Paul Gilmore.
Beyond a doubt the most interest interesting
ing interesting place in Ocala to spend a 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-Tt
A Guarantee in Every
We Have the Exclusive Agency in
ALL SIZE PACKAGES
3c. 10c, 23c, 30c, 40c, 30c, 80c,
J?1.00, Sj!l.GO ami $2.0O
We prepare our Chocolate Syrup
from Huyier's Soda Cocoa. It has a
Richness, Smoothness, Tastiness cot
equalled in other soda cocoas.
T. W. Troxler
Arrangements are being rapidly completed
for the Biggest and Best Fair ever held in Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. 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
For information address:
C. CARMICHAEL, D. S. WILLIAMS,
GEO. J. BLITCHi
THE OCA LA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1913
Bank your money and pay your bills with t ecks
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 Interest cn Savings Accounts
HOLDING A lil SV AND WKLL AT-
TKMIE1) MKKTIXCi IX
! THIS CITY
j The session of the State Chamber
' of Commerce which was called to
meet here today, met at the appoint-
ed time in the countv court room.
Mr. H. Clay Stanford of Kissim Kissim-mee.
mee. Kissim-mee. president of the organization.1
I called the meeting to order, and Rev.
J W. H. Dodge invoked the divine
: blessings on the deliberations to
way can this be accomplished than
by cooperation and n abundance of
publicity of the real conditions that
prevail in our great state.
Mr. Rooney announced that he
rotv has under way a project for
making itritie! brick for road mak making
ing making purpoe.: in .Varion county.
The applications of local trade or organizations
ganizations organizations for membership in the
state body which had been submit submitted
ted submitted to the credentials committee, be being
ing being favorably reported upon, were
accepted. These were from St. Au Augustine.
gustine. Augustine. Seffner. Plant City. Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville and Umatilla. .Yearly all the
important points in the state are al already
ready already members of the organization.
come before the members present.
Oca la Beauty Parlor,
Mis Mary Affleck's VdUiisery Parlors
PHONE 15 OCALA, FLA.
Hair Dressing Shampoo
Hand Massage Manicure
Face Bleach Switches Dyed
Switches Made trom Combings
Children's Hair Bob a Specialty
MISS N. V. LAMBERT, Manager.
ter would go into the details of the
Three committees were then ap appointed
pointed appointed by the president, each to
make a report at the afternoon's ses session.
sion. session. One was to report upon nomi
nations for officers for the ensuing I
year and place for holding the nextly
One was a
while the last was a sue-! t.
cial committee to prepare resolutions i y
upon good roads, waterways and leg-.
islative needs of publicity bodies. j
in attendance upon today's ;
All in attendance
meeting are real Florida
and much good is
bound to come
iium a iuiiuUj lutein" i iiuuuant ui i j
read his annual report,
A movement is on foot to consol consolidate
idate consolidate the State Chamber of Cora-
! Mr. J. D. Rooney, the wide awake merce with the Southern Settlement
i secretary of the Marion County and Development Organization. Quite
Hoard of Trade, welcomed the body ; a few of the delegates did not under-
to Ocala in the name of Mayor Rob-I stand the proposition thoroughly and
ertson, who was out of the city dur-i asked that it be more thoroughly ex ex-ing
ing ex-ing the morning. His warm words plained. It was therefore decided to
of welcome left no room for doubt leave the matter until this after after-as
as after-as to his sincerity when he stated noon's session at which time Mr. H.
that Ocala was indeed honored at h. Richardson, state secretary of
having the members of the State i both organizations, and others fa-
ft y 1 ,m I
unamoer ot commerce with us at miliar with the workings of the lat-
President Stanford invited Mr.
Frank Harris to give the members a
few remarks upon the connection of
the state press with the work ol
commercial organizations. Mr. Har Harris
ris Harris said he was glad that conditions
throughout Florida were daily im improving,
proving, improving, and that he considered that
the real reason for this was the mu mutual
tual mutual understanding and co-working
arrangements maintained between
the state press and the commercial
bodies of the state.
The roll was then called by the
secretary, Mr. H. H. Richardson, of
Jacksonville, and upon finding a
quorum present the minutes of the
last meeting held at Kissimmee were
read and approved.
At this time all delegates were re requested
quested requested to register.
During the absence from the room
of the credentials committee Mr. L.
E. Do.ier of Leesburg. was asked tc
tell the convention of the progress
being made with the Oklawaha riv river
er river deepening proposition. Mr. Dozier
spoke most encouragingly on
topic and said that though the cit citizens
izens citizens of the Oklawaha 'valley had
been asleep for many years (or
working in the wrong direction) they
had now waked up and as a conse consequence
quence consequence he believed within a very few-
days their dreams would become i
realities, and that to see dredges at
work on the river within a year
making a channel six feet deep and
sixty feet wide from the mouth of
the river to Lake Harris would be no
surprise to him. He said that the
most favorable reports had been
made to the board of engineers now
in session in Washington upon this
project by a committee of engineers
who had gone over the territory re recently.
cently. recently. His talk was received with
enthusiasm by all. as it is a recogniz recognized
ed recognized fact that nothing of more import-
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
lie Ocjla National Bank
An Active United States Depository
DAVDD S. UtfOODG
Real Estate and Investments.
25 YEARS 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 tor 3 Years at 8 per cent.
$1,200.00 tor 3 Years at 8 per cent.
$ 500.00 tor 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.
such an aggregation of real live cit-H
See me if you have any money to in invest.
vest. invest. I will sitow you the property.
lzens trom every corner of the st ate. fl.;:v::-:-'':-:'t":,-'::':' :K:XX":XXXX:X XvX-X-
At the opening of the afternoon! f1?
session Mr. Richardson made an ad- i
dress explaining in full the workings
of the Southern Settlement and Ue-i
velopment Organization, just what it s.
is now doing and what it proposes to i
do when thoroughly organized in
each of the southern states. i
As we go to press no action had 1 '?
this been taken on the consolidation pro
Among the other matters to be ; :
acted upon this afternoon are the re- j
ports of the various committees and
the selection of a place for the next;
We are equipped with the Latest, Largest, Best Vulcanizing
plant in Central Florida. Any sized tire handled at one time.
All work Guaranteed to e First-Class.
Di ing 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
DA VIES, The Tire Man
rhone 43S. OCA LA, FLORIDA Main St., near 1'ostoffice,
Here's hoping that the Florida
State Chamber, of Commerce, in ses-
sdon at Ocala today, will choose the ;
right kind of officers for the com-j
ing year men who will direct the;
efforts of the body along lines nec-;
essary to accomplish the vital good;
for the state that such a body right- S
ly directed is capable of accomplish-!
ing. Orlando Sentinel.
II. M. Wood went to Tampa yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon to take charge of
the Ilillsbcro dry goods store there.;
ance could befall this section of the The store was sold to J. B. Shelnutt
Mr. Wood will
a few days ago and
manage the concern.
This is Harry Wools, pioneer in
-he moving picture business in Ocala.
state than the deepening of this wa-
terway through to the larger lakes!
south of Leesburg. These plans also:
contemplate the straightening and :
clearing up of a safe channel to Si 1-
ver Springs. j
Secretary Rooney took this occa-
j sion to urge a large attendance upon'
j the meeting to Iv held in Palatkaj
I shortly hv t tie M issis.-ippi-Atlantir I
I Inland Waterways Association, of
i which organization he is state vice;
(president. Trap- Hundreds of .Men in i Living;
' Secretary Conoley of the Jackson-1 Tomb
j i!:e bjari of trade, also stresse 1 the
' importance or' a large Florida dele-
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VJJI guaranteed paint and gives universal satisfaction. Covers
more surface, spreads easily, holds its color, wears and
lasts longer than any other paint you can use. It's
"The Kind That Lasts
Stationery to suit all tastes at The
Murray Company. lo-2:.5-3t
xk w Mi:.iro
Let us show you some fine
color combinations and tell
you all about the iron-clad
guarantee under which
Mastic Paint is sold by us
and backed by its makers
the eld reliable firm of
Gaulbert Co., of
Forty years reputation is
the record behind Mastic
Paint. The formula is on
every can. You can easily
apply it yourself if you
haven't a painter to do it
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
fflaridDi lariware Co.
Phone 118, Ocala, Fla.
Read our UNCLASSIFIED ADS. lor your wanfs
sratlon at the meeting oi the Atlantic
Deei'C-r Waterways Association which
win soon noi l i:s annual session m
that city and urgei eery trade trade-body
body trade-body in the state to send re;resen- j
tatives there on this occasion.
Elaborate prej aratiuns are being
made to entertain the hundreds of
delegates who will be in Jackson
President Stanford"? annual ad
dress was next on the program, but j
as he said he had no set speech or j
preparation for the occasion he pro-;
posed to just give a few minutes!
'"talk." He paid Ocala and Marion
county many nice compliments upon
their progressiveness and especially
upon the splendid good roads which
abound here. He threw a bunch of
compliments to the board of county
commissioners for their splendid
work in placing Marion at the head
j.of the good roads movement in Flor Flor-.
. Flor-. ida.
! Mr. Stanford here took occasion tc
! tell of his efforts in the last legisla
ture to have several bills passed
looking to the assessment of a tax
for the purpose of publicity for the
sections of the state which desired
to levy such tax. He strongly urg urged
ed urged the sending of men to the legis legislature
lature legislature who believed in progress all
along the line. "W'e have the great greatest
est greatest state on earth." said Mr. Stan-
! ford, "and we must let the world
(know it." Every community must
do its part and he said in no other
Denver. Colo.. Oct. 23. L'etween
2:'." mil 2 miners were entombed
by an explosion in mine Xo. 2 of the
Stag Canon Fuel Company at Daw Daw-sen,
sen, Daw-sen, X. W.. yesterday. The entomb entombed
ed entombed men include Ceneral Superintend Superintendent
ent Superintendent Fran McDermott of the mine
anl several other American miners.
The cau.se of the explosion is un unknown.
known. unknown. Meager advices received up to
;:4." last night were that only five
miners had been taken alive from
the upper level. These reports stat stated
ed stated that most of the day shif was em employed
ployed employed below the second level, where
th? shaft was blocked with debris
resulting from the explosion.
Ask us for handsome illus illustrated
trated illustrated book on "Homes and
How to Paint Them." It's Free.
MclVER & MacKAY,
WON'T IXIUCT WATSOX
IV1PORTANT CHANGE OF SCHEDULE
n"L&NT0 AST LOME
Effective October 19th.
Night Trains 37 and 38 Re established.
! 9:30 d. m. Lv Jacksonville Ar. 7:00 a.
It is renorted 2:20 a. m. Ar Ocala Lv. 2:20 a.
Augusta. Oct. 23
unofficially, but authoritatively, that 8:00 a. m
the grand jury failed to return anj
indictment against Thomas E. Wat-1
son. Mr. Watson's counsel left for!
Atlanta last night. I
St. Petersburg Lv. 8:30 p.
Steel Pullman Cars
St. Petershurg, Ocala, Jacksonville and New York
it was c;kxkhali,y ouskkvki Trains 9 and 10 will be discontinued south of Leesburg.
And Much Work Was Done in Put-
nam on (mx1 Itoaris Day j
Palatka. Oct. 23. Putnam coun-,
tv's ood roads day was observed by)
several communities in the county
and much good work was accom accomplished
plished accomplished along the line of highway
For information and schedules call on
M. R. WILLIAMS, Ticket Agent, OCALA.
J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., TAMPA.
Moose meet this evening.
You should use our Unclass Unclassified
ified Unclassified Column to place your
needs before the public
THE OCALA EVEM.K STAR. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1913
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVrlRY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
ASK H ELI FROM CX'ALA
.Miami Ianl of Trml- Takt". Ivt-ad in
an Inijiortant Matter
THE BASIS OF BANK SERVICE
ISITTIX(ER A: CARROLL. PROPRIETORS c
R. II. Carroll. General Manager IV.rt V. LeavenzHJ. Uu-ine Maaacvr Trad-
J. H. Benjamin. Editor
.n County Beard of
a., aree tna
Ence-ed a: Ocala. Fla.. postofSce as ?rc;c I class matter.
One rear, in advance S'.OO One y-rar. in advance $.0
Six months, in advance.... 2.5"
mree mcntns. in advance., i..u- i nre-? mun.n.
Ons month, in advance One month, in advance '.
' y ,ur community realizes this as we
do. B;: there i s::l! room for im im-;
; im-; ; rovement. and :n seeking c-oopera-;
tior. in an unselfrh way. w-? are re retain
tain retain del that while th- railroads are
;;uae literal :n oferin? hemeseek hemeseek-:
: hemeseek-: era" low rate excursion tickets sold
'throush northern. 2 ate ways, on first
-,ri th':r-i Tudavs of each month.
Six months, in advance. . Clio .,, .v .-
t:!I. o-Ainz to a cut in to- time am..
' during December. January and Feb-
ruarv. and a total withdrawal of this :
Isn't it the truth that the people -urn around and so back azain. The
do the lowest-down little tricks could not eve go far into the state. :
:enerally the ones who make the A 25-day limit to the tickets would 7'
st pretensions? j te more reasonable, and if the rates m17""'
rate from Washington. D. C during
the period named, we can improve
hese rate coniitions by petitioning;
running into and thru;
BANK 5 SERVICE tO its Customers i nmr or pvppllpnr in rafin tn it5
- j-- w -w W W A a. W A. V-F A.
ability to grasp intelligently the business requirements of those it serv es
. ii f 1 1
anu men to iuiiy meet tnose requirements.
OUR IDEA OF BANK SERVICE is not the mere handling of money. We know
the business of this community thoroughly from personal contact and experience
EACH INDIVIDUAL BANKING HERE has our personal consideration. The well
known strength of this bank makes it easy to meet every legitimate requirement
of those whose business it seeks. We do this willingly, gladly, for we consider it
our obligation to those who have made possible this strong, reliable institution.
The Mimroe & QianraMiss Baelk
the year ;
many has never been identified wit
were open the year round, the rail-
Bishop Cameron Mann, missionary roads would sell more tickets,
bishop of the North Dakota district.
has been designated to take the WE WILL HAVE TO WAIT
a measure of reform and progress
It was the northern stronghold ofi?
: slavery. It was the northern strong-!
rouni with a 25-day limit.
Our board of trade has given
Utron? expression to ...a .n a j hold of copf erheadism durins the,!
preamble ani resolution directed to draft rio:s. uj.
! these officials, anl also ;n a resolu- t. t.
place of Bishop William Crane Gray.: The Tampa Times waits the ?ov-tica to Qur ?ov,rnor. r. S. senators ; ij
who at the great Episcopal confer- ernor to call the legislature in extra j C0Z?T soliciting their i- lC 0 'l I
ence in New York resigned the post session to submit an amendment tc ; t.;if.nf.A -ecurinz favorable action. "t (
Florida that he has held for many quiring land in Florida. The Star
would like to see it done, but if it
reads the constitution aright an
It was against subways. It has
lo.ution. I also nanl you nerewt.n a 0:r k,,
copy o: the resolutions we have :
Delegates from thirty foreign amendment can only be submitted by ; rV ..... v ,v rak T ki.;--a"- -
countries and from all over the Uni- a regular session of the legislature.!:.. v.r,. a 5. -a-a u' e .oaK... asi.u....
, ; - v 1 c.ean.mess anu order ana protection;'
ilar resolution. We have endeavore-i i T
York today to take part in th- tri- Times is a lawyer, ani we will re- i to ik thi, a ,-ate-wiie action, for'- JT- t ...
eanial world's convention of the spectruliy ask him to pass judgment: . ...... ;.ati v;i ei.uaIlv 1 1 r'-e a-rniOCrlC- 'a j
World's Christian Temperance fn- on his own proposition.-Ocala E.e-.fV. ' i P'" government. ;
egan arriving in New We understand that the editor of
ion. which v ill hesin tomorrow in ran? Star.
the Academy of Music. Brooklyn.
i This effort mu:
in accordance with the request of -0 .:ura sr-ate.-t sood and multiply
and continue until October 2. our ccn-emporary th editorial -xrit- the innuence upon the railroad oii-
" er o: the Time-, who ; leads zuilty c; T. The --ry essence of this move-
President Wilson has male an- -0 the ch.-.r;- of v-;n: a ref rme i V- will -reatiy
oth-r common-sense decision. He al- lawyer, hereby renders his o;.:nin a:.: rv-.i.-.te it if you will call your
merrtini: an : :..as:
iro-i-ked corporation or the privilege;
it is the link ihat! ;
lows united states marsnals to -:-.cn own -,ro: osition alluded r, in i :..ass the resolution
choose their deputies without refer- -- -.r.-.zra:-h.
en.ee to tnea- civn service quaaaes. 7-
As Frank Clark -aid. ther- are many -.vate:
men who would be of hash e::lc;en:y r-iV.
in smelling out moonshine stills and -.v;---
r.e.-ts Firth avenue and Wall
.et with Hell's Kitchen, and it is;"
Hell's K.t i.-n inrluence
id pro: sitlon
ss the la wvr-
C H. War:.
Vav is a body of under worl i :
it the life blood in;
rins : pum; e 1 by so-;
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
first vn-ultir: g the pro", isle:
hunting criminals who couldn't stand -, const:-uticn bearing u: on th th-a
a th-a civil service examination to save -ib:e ;. "''- -.vo-ild ren.ind our con
:;-a as r-.-ssed .cast.... i,rri!iiTin'
business men of
. j wou.u nit speai to a
i:-tri a lea.ivr in -uMlo.
r c:---st:-t:t:.;2 a T
-.. an d all the sta- i
i..e 1 e -.
mcrrleli. Oct. -P L. J. Dank Dank-mi
mi Dank-mi Peter Burschel!. of Levon.
i.-itrs here last Saturday.
' .. s
s...-i. i ... v i.e
Lime is one of the n:o
elements of industry an I
If it was "axen v. or.' the m-rchani -arts,
the hole it would leave would
be inaossible to fill. Mrio- tounty
produces enough of it to ; a her
trial centers of the world.
The Star gives much of its s: ace
these .lavs to Mr. David H. Kiro Kiro-land.
land. Kiro-land. Mr. Kirkland writes interes--insly
on the commonplace matters
hich. are most important in th'
home life of the : eople. It takes a
-c-her unusuai talent an 1 a wide
scor e of iracrmariori to do this. Al Almost
most Almost any :r.an. tan : rite "-veil on poli politics,
tics, politics, sensation, or fiction. The 'men
who can take our e'. ery day affairs
and put th-m in interesting form are
of less occurrence and more use.
irtan- map -.
'- Arti-- XVII. the
v- cut t : -e t
, .- : V
ti-m ani the .cti to calling a
:. n re-, is" it. I'n 1-r
t-c :. or' the h.-st -eaicn an antenl-o-at
v.;r. '.e pr a-Osed vnly at a
ti"ir se-si bet action preparaory
to ailing .1 convention for "he r ur-
'ops and they enp.yed themselves
rt'.y it : la;-::;g ro-o.ball and hand bail,
'-ami I.'. L Mavo. who has been indis-
- 00 cse-t an: cennne 1 .0
is m t:
- '. j
;s---. No o- so no- uay; pa
i-.cr bad ibe easp v. ill soon be oat again.
-hat Tammany Nathan Mayo, accompanied by his
children and A. Ib Mitchell. I sited
a r ; ;. n
ale eX'eo-l:ns the Leesburg
;..o-nsang an 1 tin at;
Miss Hermine Kc-rrcauer. who has
a nt r' . p taeen. as
;hrases a. -'ot any time
diaerenar is probably
the section .nan
' Why the real
:e of those men
. n s t .0 at n o te-i. c in find o u t
It looks as If we will have to wait
ossion to shut "he door
:: -r r n .ia- s. ianma i ines. .-v-u s j
In the meantime we can do all in a::
our power to arouse public sent:- -'--'
ment to the -.oint v. here it will de-
. n 1 n 1 s
-..rtlr.z Tarn- beer, here for th-
,-.aa- y :--::. Tr.e allied in the emplo-y a' Nathan Mayo, re-
rests are with Tarn- turned las night to her home in
l-:v-e done cusiness 3r.ok!yn. N". Y.
;vr many years, ani Prof. Roberts and Arthur CoIIens
-. ,-lue -o them in dol- were visitors to Pedro last Sunday.
a sua. an alliance. They also visi
d Pete Burscheli's
-. -col i drink stand. L. J. Dankwertz'
-.r.;.-..- ae with am- cigar actor,
Tammany oand- for farm.
They :.a still worrying at Augus Augusta.
ta. Augusta. Ga., with the case of Tom Wat Wat-jroa.
jroa. Wat-jroa. it having been decided that it
sras possible to indict him again for
man i of the rent
nee led m e a sure.
and C. A. Eangert's
,ary in L. Lewis, residing in the Pedro
' distri :t. was a visitor Saturday. Mr.
what they want. Lewis, is a new comer and reports
a -hat he will -rans-dant his cabbage:
MUCH IN TH K U1
; '.v o
kis. indecent publication. 1 h-re is Ploriia cuunties is il
rated in re-
-c.zr.-.-:ri and and Derma da onions a- soon as tne
... ad b
J. S Pylrs made a business trip
hat babi-s Otala Moniay
"'-or ar dv through the cor- day.
ecoush to get a man cr two on the of course, and as an illustration of -he ad s- read through the O. C. Stoops, who has been erect
not a bit of use in indicting Tom. The cent history. In Marion c unty -.vheti -hocld die like r.ie? by reason of de- A. Buhailah and H. J. Heet. drove
people of that tart of the country the lang was proposed five thousand hiceta hea'ah regulations, that con- to Ocala last Monday. Their trip
are about evenly divided between his nan jumped on an :-mile stretch 01 .s-:mr-t:.;n si. oil i sprae i through, the was a business one.
friends and his enemies, and it the impor'ant public road that needed to dark and ratl.p tenements, that the W. H. Carr and his father. Mr.
latter are aroaz enough to have him ie o in rood condition and they ;p,-es of th- poor sb:-uli always re- Hackney, were Ocala visitors Mon-
indicted. the former will be smart did the work in a day. free of charge. nid-n.
: as an tau-rration 01 --riaaon -n:a
jury and cause an aapiittai or a what public-s: irited. energetic men au--he i ani conscienceless govern- ins a large barn for W. H. Carr. at
nistrial. It is all a political matter could do for the general good by a r.-.-t. the eight mile rest near the Ocala
anyhow, and the real merit or de- few hours of co-operative labor. The For nearly a hundred years Tarn- road, has completed the job and re re-merit
merit re-merit of the case has little to do same thing was proposed by the turned here.
-with it. missioners of Lafavette countv the H. R. L. White was here last Sat-
r. White is secretary of the
Rumor has it that Frank Clark is mg among :ilw ir- v o mrr in Uil Ir r A Al I III U I .U 1 A Summerheld TrucK and .rowers as-
to be sent to the Philippines as a response to the call. No. sirree! :
United States judge. This has its They had to pay a tax to keep up the
genesis in the assertion that Frank public roads and not a lick would j y CH
has gotten out of touch with the thev srike a- a volumarv con'ribu-
dominant powers in the state, and to tion to th-3 cause of be-:r roads in
ease Frank's separation from his their county. The resting was too
congressional seat, a judgeship is good to waste labor in any such fool 1
thought to be necessary to keep cause. It's all in the people, after;
Frank from talking out loud. all. and there ar? people and peor
Jacksonville Metropolis. Lakeland Telegram.
How the deuce are the "dominant i And the proportion of public spir-
pwers in the state" going to send and industrious people in Mar-: y BLALOCK
tke Hon. Frank to the Filipines? ion county is very large indeed. IH?ntal surgeon
Tt"y d not make federal appoint-; i
neats. LKIOX COUNTY DIRECTORY o OvC- ro-nmercial Bank
i asks us to urge evry
to be present at today's
meeting, as business of vital imrcr imrcr-i
i imrcr-i tance will be transacted.
You don't have to hunt around for good lumber.
We've got it. We hunted for it arid got it for you.
We know our business and know where to buy. We
have just what you want and the price is right. We
want your business and will give you a square deal.
ocaia wmm &
Rooms 5, 10. 11, Holder Block
i OCALA. FLORIDA
i Judge Circuit Court W. S. Bui-J
The Star presents todav a long ocs.. Oca. a.
communication on the subject of nJfric: Attorney-- W. Davis
hoHieseekers' tours, entered into in Clerk Circuit Court P. H. Nugent.
full detail by the Miami board of Ocala. M. C. IZLAR
trad, and one of the matters that J- t.aaoway. ucaia.
Tit P 1 r m .n Tl T "V-O K-.-
skouli be considered by tn state oa'a 1
Chamber of Commerce now in ses-; Tax Assessor Alfred Ayer. Ocala. i Ofhce Law Library Bnildin?
sioc here. The present arrangement : T-easurer John M. Graham. ; Phone 444
of the railroads to sell tickets with a Ocala.
IJ-day limit and for only parr of the. Jui?e Qf pros-ellvm." E. Smith',
year :s not a good one earner tor tne;oca!a.
i CITY OF OCALA
j Mayor J. D. Robertson.
: Recorder L. T. Izlar.
! Assistant Recorder Joseph BelL
i Council B. A. Weathers, presi
- den: J. H. Taylor, president pro
tern: E. C. Bennett. Baiter Cam, J.
W. Hood. E. T. Helvenstcn, G. A.
Carmichael. F. G. B. Weihe, C. U.
Citv Attorney C. L. Sistrunk.
City Clerk H. C. Sistrunk.
Treasurer and Tax Collector W.
Citv Engineer J. R. Mocrhead.
. Superintendent Light Plant J. C.
Superintendent Water Work? J.
Marshal A. J. Brigance.
Fire Chief H. S. Chambers.
! Sanitarv Inspector G. W. niere-i
! Street Commissioner Robert;
Call up Phone 300 and Let as Give an Estimate on Your
AND ELECTRICAL WORK
We Gnarantee To Save Yon Money on Any Work In Onr lines
hameseekers. the state or the rail-: County Commissioners C. Carmi- JOSEPH BELL
roads themselves. No one can come,
chae!. Ocaiai J. W. Davis. Summer-
Attorney at Law
' ; A lot of new Hart. Sohaffner ic'
tire from any state, have a fair look Vatkins. Dunnelion; Walter Lu"- i They're the very latest desigtisa
at Florida and return home in twelve ; man. Sparr. Once Second Floor Munrce and .' Come and look then ever. 5-22-tf
darS. From Canada or our own! Board Public Instruction J. II. Chamhliss Bank Bnilding
.'. as far dbu as Minnesota or 1 1 .ni.n. g,
Iwa, a party could only come here.For: McCoy; W. D. Carn, Ocala. 1 OCALA, FLORIDA
Km we rmplor in bat experts we axe la lla f aaraatee e e-tj
tj e-tj piece ( wrk we ratrct to ttaid tke laspeettoa ( the a t
rltd la.pee1rs. It eota atalas t set oar fig-are aa4 79m are te
winner, whether we aeeare the eoatraet r not. Give a a trial.
M. W. TUCKER
CLYATT BLOCK OCAL.L, FLORIDA
Music and musical instrument
The Murray Company. 10-1 5-3t
TPw !Tt -mlft.m i ou should use our Unclass Unclass-sat
sat Unclass-sat hffM1 (PSnm ilS ified Column to place your
- i XL VT XL JIUVWIUUIW
needs before tbe public
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1913
F. E. McCLANE, M. D.
SPECIALIST IX CHRONIC DISEASES
The Dr. McClane Medical, Surgical and
PHONES Office, No. 333. Dr MoCIane'a Residence, No. 407.
Office Suite 1 to 7, Holder Block Southwest cor. Public Square.
HEADQUARTERS FOR WIRE FENCE
We have just received a carload of the Famous SOUTHERN Wire
Fencing. Staples and Hay Wire and are in position to make you some
attractive prices on It. We are the only dealers In this section of the
country that haudle this brand of fence and have demonstrated In the
past that It is absolutely the. best and strongest fence on the market,
and running It as we have In competition with many inferior grades
of wire fence. We have had some phenomenal sales on It and
made many friends and customers. Give us your orders, if the goods
don't make good we will.
At This Period Use All
Safeguards tor Comforts a Well Being
The best and most practical of these is ice- ir ice. It preserves
your food, conserves your health, increases your pleasure, doe3
you good in ways too numerous to mention and all for a little
OCALA ICE & PACKING CO.
102- KM S. Main Street
OCALA, I I.OKIDA
Special Prices on Recovering Auto Tops:
. ) Rubber.
) l Rubber
Goods subject to examination. Test of goods seen at
shop. Workmanship the best.
OCALA AUTO TOP CO.
J. J. McCRANIE, Manager.
WHITE STAR LINE,
TRANSFER AND FIHF.PHOOF STORAGE
COLLIER 8R0S., Proprietors.
Teams for Light
and Heavy Hauling.
R. C. MUNCASTER
BURGLARY. EMPLOYEES LIABILITY
Ocala House Block
W. H. MARSH
To a Person Who Prides
Himseli on His Appearance 1
Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen j
is a necessity. To supply that ne- v
' cessity is Our Business. i
Steam Laundry I
Phone 101. :
Superior to Plaste
or Ceiling in
Quality or Price.
LIMIT Or TOURS
IS TOO LIMITED
(Continued from First Page)
that rhe time limit be extended to!
the full 2 days for twelve months;
in the year on homeseekers' tickets j
sold through all these other gate gateways
ways gateways mentioned herein, and not only
that, now is the time to arrange
therefor so that when the schedules
already approved and establishing
rates to December 2, 1913, expires,
our work will have been finished and
the new rates covering homeseekers'
rates throughout the year, and with
a uniform time limit of 25 days,
will have been published by the var various
ious various railroads involved.
Therefore, with the desire to cor correct
rect correct these differences and bring
about even a more harmonious co cooperation
operation cooperation between all the varied in interests
terests interests involved in this important
movement, represents the real and
substantial reason for offering the
Whereas: The state of Florida
holds many advantages by way of
climate, soil and a growing season
not enjoyed in any other district of
the United States; and in addition
now has within her borders thous thousands
ands thousands of acres of desirable soil, only
awaiting the hands of the energetic
agriculturalist to convert these rich
tracts into great profit-producing
Whereas, actual experinece has al already
ready already demonstrated in a practical
way that no other factor entering in into
to into the settlement and upbuilding of
these new unoccupied lands has
done so much as thr low rate round
trip homeseekers" railroad ticket
sold through northern gateways,
viz: St. Louis, Kansas City. Chicago,
Detroit. Cincinnati and Washington.
I). C. to Florida points, on the first
and third Tuesdays of the months of
March to November, inclusive, with
a time limit of twen:y-hve i 25 ) days
exclusive of date of sale. anu.
Whereas, with the excellent an 1
lasting results derived from this
source, and the further fact that
during !lu so-called "tourist season'"
IVvtm!"jr. January and February
when special tourist round trip i
tickets are sol i daily at a eansidera-j
ble advance in price over the home homeseekers
seekers homeseekers rates carrying a time limit
to June 1st. following date of sale.
would in our opinion, offer no ca use j
for a con diet of interests as between
the two classes of travel, and for the j
reasons given in the preamble to this
resolution. Now. therefore, be it
Resolved. That the Miami board
of trade extend it-
thanks to the
railroads involved in this low rate I ne.s is the result, and unless the in in-fare
fare in-fare movement for their co-opera-! -''animation can be taken out and this
tion in bringing about these most de-
sirable results: and. be it further
Resolve.!, That the officers of these
railroads in charge of passenger
traffic be urged to use their every ef effort
fort effort to secure an extension of sale
for the homeseeker's ticket to the
end that same be offered at the var-
ions gateways and other stations in-!
eluded in homeseeker s territory i
mentioned herein, the first and third
j Tuesdays in January to December in
clusive, on a basis of the present
schedule of fares and with a uni-! Take Hall's Family Pills for con conform
form conform time limit of twenty-five days j stipation. Ad
exclusive of date of sale. j
Also that the Southern Railway.! LOVAL OHDKK OF MOOSE
through its passenger traffic man-!
ager and the Washington Southern
be respectfully urged to promptly
start negotiations with the passen passenger
ger passenger officials of those railroad lines
operating north of Washington. D.
C. into New England territory tc
the end that homeseeker's rates, as
far as possible, be extended into said
territory: and. be it further
Resolved. That our secretary be
instructed to mail out promptly a
copy of these resolutions to W. J.
Craig. P. T. M.. A. C. L. Railway.
Wilmington. N C: S. H. Hardwick.
P. T. M.. Southern Railway, Wash
ington. D. C: W. P. Taylor, T. M..
Washington Southern Railway. Rich Richmond.
mond. Richmond. Va.: C. B. Ryan. G. A. P.. S.
A. L. Railway. Norfolk. Va.: J. D.
Rahner, G. P. A.. F. E. C. Railway.
St. Augustine. Fla.. said copies of
resolutions to be accompanied in
each instance by a suitable letter of
transmittal, soliciting the hearty
support of these officials in bringing
about the desired results as outlined
Be it Further Resolved. That our
secretary send out an additional
! communication to the secretaries or
(other proper officials of all the
i - mroi
. utMiu? tiauc. iiiirvvTv.j.ii.nv7iv-.:
i bodies throughout the state of Flor
, ida. enclosing a copy of this
I Me and resolution, and respectfully
'urging these organizations to pass
iM.. it .ski
patch and forward copies to the offi officials
cials officials herein mentioned, that the
movement may be state-wide, and the
action taken from the standpoint of I
j time as near simultaneous as possi -
j ble. Miami Board of Trade.
I Attest: J. A. McDonald.
C. H. Ward. Sec'v. President.
SOUTH LAKE WEIR
South Lake Weir, Oct. 22. Rev.
Lawrence Jones and wife arrived at
the Carey House last Wednesday
from an extended visit among the1
mountains in the Carolinas. They
will look after the marketing of
their fruit, and will then go on to
their home in Clearwater. Their
many friends are always glad to wel-j
come them here.
Mr. Garrett's family from Webster;
has come to make him a visit of ajDunnellon 1.05
month. They are at the home of Dade City 2.05
Mr. George Krovalec died at the'Evinston
home of Mr. Schmidt last week, after i
a long spell of sickness. Mr. and I
Mrs. Schmidt did all that loving!
hands could do for him, but he was
called and had to go. He was laid
to rest in Forest Hill cemetery.
Mr. Sam Elder took dinner at the
Carey House Sunday.
.Mr. P. L. McDonald, of Plymouth.
Fla., was a guest of Mr. M. E. C.
Albertson Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Adams and
Mr. F. W. Perrin visited Ocala Mon-
day on business.
Mr. Adams has i
sold his home place here.
Mr. W. H. Sanborn has gone to
Parish, on business.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Brown, of Web Webster,
ster, Webster, were the guests of Mrs. Brown's
parents last Sunday and Monday.
Mr. Drown returned Sunday after afternoon
noon afternoon and Mrs. Brown returned Mon Monday,
day, Monday, accompanied by her son, Carl,
who has been visiting his graodpar-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Gates, for several
There is a family from Illinois to
occupy the Jones cottage this win-
ter. We are glad to see all the va vacant
cant vacant houses fill up, as it does not
speak well for a place to see unoc
cupied houses when there are sojOklawaha
many calls for houses here. u linen ...
The S. A. L. Railway Company- isjPalatka ..
having the track between Summer-1 Pine Mount
field and this place put in first-class
omlitioin, and will continue
work to the end of the road. There
is (dire a large force r.t work on it,,
i and is within one and a half miles
Jo;' this station.
i Mr. and .Mrs. II. A. Foss arrived
from the north Tuesday.
DEAFNESS CANNOT PE CURED
by local applications, as they canna.
rca:-h the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure dea?-
d that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by au
inflamed condition of the mucous lin-
Mug of the Eustachian Tube. When
th:s tube is inflamed you have a
rumbling s' und or imperfect hearing
'and when it is entirely closed, deaf-
itube restored to its normal condition
hearing will be destroyed foreve"
nine cases out of ten are caused by
catarih. wh'-h is nothing but an in
flamed condition of the mucous sur surfaces.
faces. surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars1
for any case of deafness (caused by the second and fourth Tuesday even even-catarrh)
catarrh) even-catarrh) that cannot be cured byjings in each month. .Visiting breth-
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu
J. F. Cheney &: Co.. Toledo, Ohio
Sold bv drusrgists.
The Ocala Lodge Xo. 099, Loyal
j Order of Moose, meets each Thursday
evening at S o'clock in the Moose
building. Visiting brothers are in invited
vited invited to attend our meetings.
Geo. F. Mershon. Dictator.
E. L. Stapp, Secretary.
IX'ZK.MA AM) ITCHING CURED
: T T" i j r T -A x tiri'r"t 4 f!"T
MEXT penetrates every tiny pore of j
tne Kin c ears u or an impuiiiie.
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
50c. Pfeiffer Chemical Co., Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia and St. Louis. Ad
OCALA SEED STORE
Florida Seed Rye. per bushel $3.
Florida 90 Day Oats, per bu. $1.
S. C. Rust Proof Oats, bushel 1.
An elegant line of lawyers manj-
script covers, in any color that could j
be desired, iust received at the Star!
- j otnee
1 inv ln-nr.itinrr to thp Pnlf aflfi Sirklv
j The d Sta2rd slretl,th,c:n? t,nS;
grove's tastelis to-ic. drive
:i!aria,enncst t!vr ..col. .. ..v. us-?:--
All ABOARD FOB OCALA
Atlantic Coast Line Special Rates to
Marion County Fair
On Nov. 2o to 2S, the Atlantic
Coast Line will sell round trip tick-
ets to Ocala as rates quoted below:
Center Hill 1.70
Fort White 2.45
Grand Island 1.60
; 1 niatilla
(up to and including this date.)
Fares for Children: Tickets for
the transportation of children five
years of age and under twelve, may
be sold at one-half the above fares,
j sufficient to be added to make total
fare end in naught or five. Each
coupon of each such ticket to be
plainly marked, stamped or punched
"14." E. M. NORTH,
Asst. Gen. Passenger Agent.
T. C. WHITE,
Gen. Passenger Agent.
1 OCALA LODGK NO. 1280, B. P. O. E
Ocala Lodge, No. 2S6, Benovelent
and Protective Order of Elks, merits
ren a1 ways welcome.
Chas. V. Hunter, E. R.
Joseph Bell, Secretary. Ad.
A GENTLE AND
E I-TECTIVE LAXATIVE
A mild gentle and effective laxa
tive 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 2Zc at all drug druggists,
gists, druggists, or by mail. H. E. Bucklin &
Co.. Philadelphia or St. Louis. Ad
OUTGOING JLAILS CLOR
NORTH 5:05 a
SOUTH 6:10 a
I 1 : TO P. m.
10 p. m.; 2:30 p. m.; ? p. m
S. A. L. NORTH 12: oU p
Q 9 SOUTH 12:50
p. rn.; 9 p. m.
Calvary I p. m.
Tulula Lodge No. 2 2, 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.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary. Adv.
OCALA DRAY CO.
Transfer of furniture, trunks or
basgage. Careful moving of all
kinds. Two of the best teams.
Freisht hauled or shipped to any
Orders served at once, day or ;
night. Thos. Johnson, Manager, i
; residence 207 W
Second St., phone
's No. 2 41.
I Royal Arch meets Friday night.
Sickness Conies Unannounced
JL IT rwrm
TO AID YOU.
When some one in your home
is suddenly taken ill, then is
the time to depend upon the
Court Pharmacy to aid you
in every possible way. Your
telephone call will be prompt promptly
ly promptly responded to. Prescrip Prescriptions
tions Prescriptions called for, filled and de delivered
livered delivered quickly. Your doc doctor's
tor's doctor's orders carried out with
absolute fidelity and detail. 2
No matter what your want
may be or what the ocassion
is, phone to the Court Phar- X
macy and you will be sure of
receiving right service.
I roe tourt fnarmacy
235 or 388
when you want a
I am prepared to
do all kinds of Steam
and Gas Fitting.
J. W. Akin,
S.OseejIa Si. Ocala, Fla
We can save you money on your
Furniture and Household Furnlsh Furnlsh-ns
ns Furnlsh-ns purchases. A large stock of both
new and second-hand furniture.
We make a specialty of the IX IX-5TALLMENT
5TALLMENT IX-5TALLMENT BUSINESS, and can
make you low prices and easy terms.
Try our method, you will like it.
SToii(l-lfan(l I'll rn it ure Bought at
Highest Market I'rice.
A. M. BOBBITT
Between Market and Laundry
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
1 serye yQU Pr0mpt delivery.
J 1 J
D. N. WALDRON
412 N. Magnolia St.. Ocala, Fla,
G. C. SHEPHARD,
Holder Block, Rooms 9 and 10.
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.
THE OCA LA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23. 1913
OC ALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
Rt. Rev. W. J. Kenny, bishop of
St. Augustine, died this morning in
(If you have any items for this department call phone luG)
Baltimore. The Catholics of Ocala j
are invited to St. Philip's tomorrow j
at and Saturday at the same hour to ;
pray for his soul. j
! E Mo Masters CdDo 1
Mrs. ('amp to Entertain
Next Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Jack
Camp will be hostess to a pretty
party given in honor of Miss Mattye
Williams, a bride-elect of next
month. Announcement of half a
dozen or more pre-nuptial affairs
will follow in close succession.
Mrs. R. V. Rovwe is the guest of
her mother, Mrs
and on her first vtTTriome since her
marriage in the early jKummer is re
ceiving a cordial welcome.
Friends of Miss Alice Martin, who!
is the guest of her uncle and aunt.j
I city Tuesday night, stopping at the
DeSoto. Tampa Tribune.
Mi. Towers IIote at Auction for
Miss Mattye Williams, whose wed wedding
ding wedding the middle of November will be
one of the most interesting of the
winter, is now enjoying a round of
gaieties, being entertained beautiful-
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Martin, in At-1
ly hy her most intimate friends. The
second party of the long series was
given this afternoon bv Mrs. Violet
Powers, who entertained at auction
at the home of her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. F. E. Harris.
Mrs. Powers received her guests
! very informally, wearing an attract-
lanta, will be interested to know that j
sue lias uccu jjiuu icicu iits, in. v. A v: ,1
the shade being especially becoming
visit. Miss Martin will eniov al.
visit with Gov. and Mrs. Slaton be
fore returning to Jacksonville. t
live tustuuie ui icu crepe ue cnene.
to her brunette type.
wore a coat suit of navy and king's
blue with a hat to match, trimmpd
Times-Union. j w,th mink fur ,n tfae duUes Qf
Miss Martin is a member of onejhostess powerg wag
of Marion county s most promineni ; motner
ISELLKVIKW OIULS IN BOSTON"
Three tables were brightened by
numbers of yellow flowers. Scores
were kept on attractive tallies paint painted
ed painted by Miss Stovall. The players'
prize was a pretty deck of cards and
to the guest of honor was given an
exquisite hand-painted Japanese cen
After the games salad, cheese
miffs, wafers and roffpp romnn-;pd
finish my special course in operative itu.pi
. the delightful menu served.
surgery next Wednesday i yesterday)
and will leave for Ocala Thursday
morning. Have thoroughly enjoyed
A card from Mr. and Mrs. II. C.
Packham, at Cape May Point, X. J..
announces that the wild geese are j
flying south, and they will follow.
A card received last evening from
Dr. Harry C. Dozier, and mailed in
New York Oct. 20, says: "Will ;
my work, but will be glad to be back
Those playing beside Mrs. Powers
and Miss Williams were Mrs. Will William
iam William Hocker, Mrs. J. C. Ii. Koonce.
in Ocala. Dr. Lindner finishes about ;
1 Miss Minnie Stovall, Miss Alice Bul-
the same time, but will have to wait
1 lock. Miss Mary Burford, Mrs. Clar-
till the 20th for a reservation on the
boat. Mrs. Dozier and little Harry
have had a great time."
ence Camp, Mrs. Albert Gerig, Mrs.
Charles Lloyd, Mrs. Harvey Clark
and Mrs. D. S. Woodrow. Invited to
be with the players was the hon-
Mrs. Harvey L. Hutchinson and ;
pretty little daughter Anna, return-;
ed yesterday from Ocala, where they j
spent a few days very pleasantly;
with friends. Gainesville Sun.
oree's mother, Mrs. M. A. Williams.
her sister, Mrs. R. S. Hall, Mrs. Jack
Camp and Mrs. Flora Morrison.
Thimble Party for Mrs. Rain
One of the lovely informal affairs
of the week was the thimble party
this afternoon given bv Mrs. R. C.
Mrs. W. E. Allen, one of Mcln-
trvsh'e pstimahlp ladips arrivpil VPS-i
terday for a brief visit with her -Muncaster complimenting Mrs. W. C.
daughter, Mrs. Drayton A vera. South1 Ragin, who is spending the week
-Gainesville Sun. j Wltn Mrs- L- Blalock. The host host-.
. host-. I ess invited the following ladies be-
.ooo- rm ti, r...;.! side the honoree to come at three
tal this afternoon
Mrs. A. M. La ns ford
their work-bags: Mrs.
announces that o'clock with the
J i- resting easv. Hlalock. rs- K- L. Carney, Mrs.
and there is every indication of herjJack ntz. Mrs. R. A. Burford, Mrs.
rapid recovery from the operation. r"- lull- a- .wi&
!XT T T 1. C XT "l T 1
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Frazier, who and Mrs- M- Fishel- The hours with
intended moving to Shelbv. X. C..!Mrs- -Muncaster and Mrs. Ragin, who
upon leaving Ocala last Julv. are j formerly resided in Ocala. were
now making their home at Spartan- most delightful and were concluded
burg. S. C, Mr. Frazier having en- with a dainty lunch including a salad
tered the lumber business with his ; course with hot tea. Mrs. Ragin's
step-father I visit lias been made pleasant by her
many friends who regret that she
The civic department of the Worn- lias to return to her home in Albany,
an's Club, of which Mrs. W. K. Ze- Ga- Saturday, leaving on the early
wadski is chairman, is having an im- tra5n for Jacksonville.
portant meeting this afternoon and
among the business being attended i ,iss Entertain for Miss
to is formulating plans by which the j "" Williams
committee will work during the com- LTliursday afternoon at :5 o'clock
ing year. This party is one of the,fMiss AHce Iullo. who is to be
most active in the club and it has af-j maid of honor 3t th narr0i-vill-ready
accomplished a great dealof:jams weiidins W4K compliment Miss
good and expects to even do greater j Williams by giving a large auction
WOrk in the future. .!..mMv r.nmliino 1 itl. a linco hror
,Miss Kdna Borland of Fort Myers
"will come Mown from Citra next
week to behe ki4ji.guest of Mis
Annie Atkinson during November
Mr. James N. .Watkins of Green Green-villa.
villa. Green-villa. S. C was inOcala yesterday
rernoon, tne siut ot
wiss h.ugenia v ulipr.
"Mrs. J. S. Haisley and Mrs. H.
i Don't forget the meeting of the
f i . r i
uaroiu oi ucaia, weie iuoui.iieui w- Woman's Missionary Society Friday
itors from the Marion county capi- afternoon at ;;:;;o o'clock at the
tal spending yesterday in the city on J t li ol it church.
a shopping tour. They came to the
Four Reels High High-Class
Class High-Class Motion
Hughie Mack in "The Amateur Lion
Tamer" Vitagraph Comedy.
'The Joy Ride" Pathe Comedy.
"The Moulding" Vitagraph Drama.
"The Marshal Capture" Capture"-ern
ern Capture"-ern drama.
6:30 to 10 p. m.
5 and 10 Cents
FX MI. HON OF TKACHKIiS
The following teachers are taking
examination before Superintendent
Brinson this week:
Mr. Samuel Long, teaching in the
Miss Mollie McKenzie, teaching
eighth grade in Ocala.
Miss Clarissa Whitaker. teaching
in high school at Dunnellon.
Miss Othello Cassels from Bur Bur-bank.
bank. Bur-bank. Miss Mattie Waldron from Bay
The examination will last until tomorrow.
Editor Star: The effects of that;
trip to Yankeeland have not yet worn ;
off, and the thoughts of the most j
wonderful things that we saw con- j
tinue to furnish food for rejection, j
Everyone has heard of Boston; j
everyone knows that it is sometimes j
called the 'Hub" of the universe;
everyone knows that Boston has a I
bad reputation for having crooked
streets, but everyone cannot appre-!
ciate how crooked they really are.
until they try to walk from one de- j
pot to the other, on the opposite side!
of town. Well. Minnie and I did not)
try to walk that far; we did not have!
to, but what little walking we did
convinced us that the word crooked
was a misnomer its a tangle.
There are instances on record
where even the oldest inhabitants
have become lost, and could not find
their way home from the club, sc
what Minnie and I did is not to be
considered a reflection upon our in intelligence,
telligence, intelligence, for we can negotiate any
road within ten miles of Belleview.
and I've seen lots of grown-up Yan Yankees
kees Yankees who could not do that. But b
that as it may, when we asked a po policeman
liceman policeman to direct us to Faneuil Hall
(sometimes called the cradle of lib liberty,
erty, liberty, and I'll tell you why it is caller
that later), this policeman gave us
very minute and explicit directions
and thus fortified we started out.
Well, sir. we ran up against a
place that had an opening and there
were stairs going right down into
the ground. We were not looking
for a hole in the ground, having
plenty of gopher hole.- at home, so
we gave it the go-by, and looked for
an outlet. There were plenty of out outlets
lets outlets streets going in every direc direction,
tion, direction, but which one was the ques question,
tion, question, so we consulted and took the
most likely one. We made a brave
try at it and inside of fifteen minutes
were right back at the hole in the
ground, with doors to it. That puz puzzled
zled puzzled us a little bit and we tried it
again, and after doing considerable
walking, we landed right back up
against the same old hole in the
ground with doors to it.
Our curiosity being aroused as tc
why that particular hole in the
ground should pursue us in such a
relentless manner caused me to ask
a man who was hurrying down into
the hole what it was for, and as he
whisked by he said, "Subway"; and
for the life of me I could not under understand
stand understand why a man could not give two
good looking girls from Florida a
civil answer. So we started on our
original quest once more, and after
going up one street and down an another,
other, another, and beginning to get tired oi
this Chinese puzzle, in going around
a corner we met ourselves square up
and down, and if that did not give
me the creeps. I hope I may never
tee Boston again.
Well, we kept on and on and final finally
ly finally our old hole in the ground stared
nt right in the face, bold as could be.
Minnie said, one, two. three and out
:ind there we were revolving
arojind that blamed old hole in the
groiind, and wearing out shoe leather
astho we had an object in doing so.
But the object of our quest, namely.
Faneuil Hall, was still as far away
as ever, so to put. an end to that
monotony we called a taxi, and ask asked
ed asked the driver if he knew where
Faneuil Hall was? He assured us
that it was a very familiar place to
him. and after assuring us that he
really and truly knew where it was
and that he knew how to get there
we gave him the contract to land up
there, which he did, safe and sound
is about five minutes. We should
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
lit I f m
The Best Groceries.
This is a broad statement, but we
stand back of it. When we tpll vou
after, can be had at the Court Phar-; that -n Qur ,ine i? include1 the"fa.
Jad Salts, the one that you ar
' mous Seaman Brothers' goods, than
which there is none better put in a
ORDER OF KA STERN" STAR packa?e vou may know our reagon
Ocala Chapter, Xo. 29, O. E. S.. for it. And our delivery system is
meets at Yonge's hall the first Fri- j rj2ht up to the minute.
day evening at 7:30 o'clock and the:
third Friday afternoon at 3:30, of )
each month. j
Mrs. Emma C. Burnett. W. M
Miss Florrie Condon. Secretary, j
Smith Grocery Co.
North of Ocala National Rank
Many of these unusual bargains
are gone, but there are some
left that will interest you. Come
and see them.
TMs Sale Eedls
House ofi QeaMtty
have spent that dollar just one hour
Well, that old Faneuil Hall is a
great institution. We secured a
guide that knew all about it and he
gave us some very interesting data
concerning it and the stirring events
that had taken place in it from the
time of the Boston tea party down
to the present day, and if you want
it I will tell you all about this old
institution and some inside facts not
in our old school histories that we
studied at school. E. A. T.
Lightning Killed Three of Uncle;
Houston, Texas, Oct. 23. A bolt
of lightning struck a marching col-;
umn of the Sixth United States Cav-'
airy between Texas City and Galves-.
ton yesterday, instantly killing three
DIAZ IS DEFIANT
Determined to Lund in Mexiro, Rut
May he Deiorted
Vera Cruz, Oct. 23. Gen. Felix
Diaz, in defiance of the intimation
from the government that he pro proceed
ceed proceed to Tampico aboard the steamer
Corcovado and there disembark, has
decided to remain at Vera Cruz, at
least temporarily. He is unwilling
to admit he is not free to come and
go and talks of a trip to the capital
According to reports current here
he is liable to return to Havana
aboard a Mexican warship and un unless
less unless orders from the capital are al altered
tered altered he will be left no choice.
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 wrhile 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 GO.
"THE FURNITURE MEN"
OPEN DAY ANTI rSlGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.
They are worth looking at even if.
you don't buy those nobby Hawes
and John 13. Stetson hats at Water
man's haberdashery. 9-22-tf
To Know Thygelf.
How can a man learn to know hlm hlm-eelf?
eelf? hlm-eelf? Never by meditating, but by do doing.
ing. doing. Endeavor to do thy duty, and
thou wilt at once know what in thee
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. JPROP. AND MGR.
THE OCAIiA EVENING STAR. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1013
If you want
Wines, liquors and Beers,
Opposite the Court louse,
In Oeala louse Block.
MAN EATERS OF AFRICA.
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Lions and Crocodiles Are
Class by Themselves.
Man eating lions have always been
fairly common in East Africa. The
most noted but far from exceptional
case was that of the two man eater
which for a time stopped the building
of the Uganda railroad by their rav ravages
ages ravages among the workmen until they
were finally shot by the encnneer in
charge. Mr. (afterward Colonel) Pat Patterson.
terson. Patterson. Another lion, after killing sev several
eral several men around a station on the rail railroad,
road, railroad, carried off and ate the superin superintendent
tendent superintendent of the division. The latter
had come down in his private car.
which was run on a siding, and he sat
up at a window that night to watch
for the lion. But he fell asleep, and
the lion clinabed on the platform, en entered
tered entered the car by the door and carried
off his would be slayer through the
In the summer of 1900 a couple of
man eating lions took to infect in-j the
Masai villages on the plain around th
headwaters of the Guaso Nyiro. west
of Kenia. and by their ravages forced
the Masai to abandon the district, and
the native travel routes across it were
also temporarily closed. A few weeks
later I was hunting in the distriet.
YVe kept the thorn boma around our
camp closed at night, with a fire burn
lng and askaris on guard, and were
Near Maehakosboma white travel
er was taken out of his tent by a man
eater one night a good many years
ago. A grewsome feature of the inci incident
dent incident was that on its first attempt the
lion was driven off after having seized
and wounded its victim. The wounds
of the latter were dressed, and he was
again put to bed. but soon after he had
been left alone the lion again forced
his way into the tent and this time
carried the man off and ate him.
Every year in East Africa natives
are carried off from their villages or
fronr limiting camps by man eating
lions. Occasionally one hears of man
eating leopard??, which usually confine
themselves to women and children,
and there are man eating hyenas, but
the true man eaters of Africa are lions
and crocodiles. Theodore Roosevelt in
BRITAIN FEARED NAPOLEON.
22tt XV. Bay St.
Call at the STAR JOB OFFICE.
COXCOIIDiA LODGE F. U. OF A.
The rest room which the Ocali merchants maintain for the use
of our out of town visitors who are in the city for a few hours
with nohing to do is located on the corner of Fort King avenue
anil South Main street, opposite the Theus-Zachry furniture
store. The ladies especially will find Comfort Lodge a convenient
place to rest during the day's shopping. The conveniences we are
able to offer at Comfort Lodge are free and you are invited to
take advantage of them.
JUNIOR CIVIC LEAGUE.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets in Yonge's Hall
on the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor, F.M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad
And Lamb, Who Thought Him a Fine
Fellow, Fanned the Flame.
It was ou Aug: 8. 1S15, that -(Jen
; era!" Bonaparte, as his English cap
tors insisted upon calling him. was
transferred from the Bellerophon to
' the ship Northumberland, to begin the
journey to St. Helena. There was
i much protest in England against the
i transportation of the distinguished
prisoner, but the government remained
Official England could see nothing
but danger In keeping such a dynamic
force as Napoleon within its limits.
' and. harsh as the actions of the gov gov-,
, gov-, ernment seemed, the position thus tak taken
en taken was not without logic. Napoleon
had been placed on his honor at Elba.
' but honor did not weigh with him
when ambition was concerned.
Charles Lamb spoke for those who
favored Napoleon's detention in Eng England
land England when lie wrote to Southey: "Aft-
, er all, Bonaparte is a fine fellow, as
j my barber says, and I should not mind
standing bareheaded at his table to
j do service to him in his fall. They
should have given him Hampton court
of Kensington, with a tether extending
forty miles round London." Lamb
whimsically suggested that if Napo Napoleon
leon Napoleon remained in England the people
might some day eject the Brunswick
in his favor, and t'.ie government took
the suggestion seriously.
Now that Napoleon is safely dead
such a fVar seems absurd, but Napo
leon was then alive, and. in view of
Stolen Hair Means Death.
In many parts of the modern world
the believer in witchcraft still gets
hold of hair, nail pi-rings and so forth; that fact, no government was safe in
from an enemy's head and hands, and
burns, buries or does soir. 'ling else
with them in order to en' 1 unpleas-!
ant consequences upon that enemy.'
And universal folklore reveals the con-j
cern of savages to dispose of their'
own hair and nail clippings to prevent!
an enemy from petting at them. Aus-j
tralian native girls who have had aj
lock of hair stolen from them expect :
saying, "I should worry !" Cleveland
covers, in any
it UC UC311CU.
speedy death as a certainty.
.M.MIIOX-DUXX MASONIC LODGE
Bovine Signal Service.
Before the decisive battle at Ishtib
an ingenious method of signaling on
the part of the enemy was discovered
by the Servians. A cowherd was tak taking
ing taking five rows out to pasture on a hill
halfway between the two camps. He
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. &
A. M. meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
C. E. Simmons, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
; drove them about, sometimes two to to-!
! to-! getiier. then one at a time, tlien three,
i thus conveying information to the Bul-
j garians as to the position and strength
j of the Servian battalions.
SUPERIOR PRINTING FOR ALL PURPOSES
Doubtful of God's, Power.
"Ot of the mouth of babes" fre frequently
quently frequently come reproaching, regenerat regenerating
ing regenerating hints of high spiritual value. A
little girl whose father was very ill
was asked if she had prayed for his
recovery. "No," she replied, her in innocent
nocent innocent eyes wide and solemn. "I did
think of It, but then I wondered if
It would be any use. I know God's
blfger 'n' wiser than people, but I
didn't know if he could kill germs."
Marvelous Resistance of Water.
If It were possible to impart to a
sheet of water an inch In thickness
sufficient velocity the most powerful
bombshells would be immediately
stopped in their flight when they came
into contact with it. It would offer
the same resistance as the steel armor
of the most modern battleship. Lon London
don London Strand Magazine.
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. 2-2S-tf
Huge Map Is Being Mads.
The international map of the world,
on a scale of 1 to 1,000,000. will, when
completed, eight or ten years hence,
cover a total area of about 150 by 75
feet, or the surface of a globe 40 feet
Taking Their Turn.
"Why station a policeman beside this
"It is newly painted."
"He can't keep people from testing
"No. but he can keep 'em in line.
Kansas City Journal.
Cause of His Anger.
"Why is he so bitter at the girl he
was only recently engaged to?"
"Because when she sent the ring
back she labeled the box 'Glass With
Belleview, Oct. 22. Mr. J. V.
Hilton was taken ill last Saturday
night about 11 o'clock. A doctor
was telephoned for and under his
skillful treatment, it is hoped that
the patient will socn be up and
around once more.
Mr. Tremere received an order in
last Sunday's mail for one of his
four wheel drive tractors, which goes
to show that the people of Florida
needing tractors, know a good thing
when they see it, especially so when
presented in that convincing manner
Mr. W. E. Merrell, wife and little
daughter Miss Dorothy, came in
from Kansas last Friday and report
that Florida is good enough for
Mrs. H. M. Perrj', proprietor of
the Hotel Marion, has received a
fine piano, which was shipped her
from the north, and which will serve
to enliven the hours of the guests
this winter. All is now in readiness
for the reception of guests and a big
winter and full house is looked for forward
ward forward to.
Mr. W. O. Massey has just return returned
ed returned from a trip to St. Petersburg and
The Belleview Social Club's dance,
held last Friday evening, was an en enjoyable
joyable enjoyable affair, and attended by par parties
ties parties from Summerfield, Lake Weir,
Shady and Ocala. The next dance
will be held Friday evening. Novem November
ber November 7th.
Miss Margaret Evans went to
Ocala last Tuesday morning and vis visited
ited visited with her mother and sister until
Mr. Joseph Melsom and Mr. Tre Tremere
mere Tremere made a flying trip to Ocala last
Rev. W. T. Evans and wife drove
to Ocala last Monday morning.
Last Friday was a sort of gala
day for Belleview. Short Beach,
Connecticut, turned loose its best
citizens and loaned them to our
little town for the next six months
and here they are, Mr. Joseph Mill Mill-som,
som, Mill-som, just as funny as ever, Mrs. Jos.
Millsom, just as quaint as ever, Mrs.
S. Stokes and daughter, newcomers,
Colonel William C. Doolittle, one of
the first settlers, Mrs. William C. j
Doolittle, been coming to Belleview
just the same length of time as the
colonel, Mrs. Nellie Morrell, another
newcomer, Mr. and Mrs. William C.
Cogswell from Fairfield Beach all
of this bunch came in bringing this
cold snap with them, and the social
activities of the winter season have
One day last week your scribe sad saddled
dled saddled Go-see-fus. and accompanied by
Mr. J. O. Hightower, hied me away
10 the fastness of Heather Island to
investigate for myself the wonderful
doings that have been going cn over
in that corner of the world, accord according
ing according to newspaper reports. One of the
first places we visited was the fam famous
ous famous Oklawaha Farms. To get to this
place we had to cross the river at
a spot where so many of our Belle Belleview
view Belleview people have fished in years
gone by, but we did not swim the
river we found the river dammed
at this point and with a little coax coaxing
ing coaxing we led our horses across the nar narrow
row narrow top of the dam and then across
the railway on a couple of planks
which was a ticklish job, and there
stretched before us for miles 5,000
acres of land as level as a floor, un unobstructed
obstructed unobstructed by rock, root or stump,
lay one of the riches bodies of land
in the state of Florida, or anywhere
else on this green earth. Beans, peas,
lettuce, onions, cauliflower, sugar sugarcane
cane sugarcane and such a variety of crops,
(hundreds of acres) in all directions
as far as the eye could see. It was
a scene that beggars description at
my hands, but the impressiveness of
the undertaking will remain with
me for a long while. One thing that
impresses the beholder is the big
massive traction engine with ten 14 14-inch
inch 14-inch plows in one gang pulling across
the prairie a distance of nearly two
miles in one straight line. The "peo "people.
ple. "people. Messrs Kyle, Kirkland and as associates
sociates associates have an immense undertak undertaking
ing undertaking on their hands.
I next turn my attention to Heath Heather
er Heather Island, the home of the High-
tower's, and also the winter home of
Mr. Charles H. Hulbert, of Chicago,
and as I traversed the length and
breadth of this beautiful island and
saw the immense barns packed.!
jammed stuffed full of hay, grain
and other crops as I went the length
of the beautiful avenue approaching
the big house, lined on either side
with alternate rows of roses, palms.
! oaks and other shrubbery, it maae
me wish that the place was mint. It
is a beautiful sight to ride thru the
numerous acres set out to oranges.
Lost, Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Bent and Similar Local Needs-
HOUSES FOR SALE Look at 44
North Sanchez street 2 homes lot
120x205; must sell together vr sep sep-erate;
erate; sep-erate; make me an offer quick. E.
R. Damoth, 207 Hodges building,
Detroit, Mich. 9-22-lm
FOR SALE 350 acres 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 Dun-nellon.
nellon. Dun-nellon. For information write J. G.
Easkin, 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. Whitworth. 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-tI
FOR RENT A six-room cottage
at 509 Tuscawilla street, across from
the primary school building. Applj
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 townr all new; $6
and $8 per month. Apply to "W"
care Star. 10-15-ti
FOR RENT Three nicely fur furnished
nished furnished rooms for light housekeep housekeeping;
ing; housekeeping; bath and lights. P. A. Durand,
014 E. Adams St. 10-13-tf
FOR RENT New bungalow, sev seven
en seven rooms and bath, lights and all
modern improvements; located on
Lime street near high school build building.
ing. building. Apply to C. V. Roberts at Mc Mc-Iver
Iver Mc-Iver & MacKay's store. 10-15-6t
FOR SALE 151) acres of good
land with 4 00 bushels of corn, two
mares, one cow and farming imple implements;
ments; implements; well improved; seven miles
southwest of Live Oak, Suwannee
county. Also 55G acres of good land
adjoining. Will sell at a bargain.
Apply or write to G. A. Howes, New New-burn,
burn, New-burn, Suwannee Co., Fla. 10-15-lin
FOR SALE Ten room house on
Fort King avenue. Geo. R. McKean,
Dox 226, Tampa, Fla. 10-15-12t
WANTED Four room house with
well water. Address, "A," care Star
office. .10-1 7-Gt
FOR SALE Nice place on coast
near Spencer's gulf home; launch
and row boat; house all furnis'hed,
ready to be occupied; ?C00. See or
write P. A. Durand, Ocala. 10-17-6t
ROOMS FOR RENT Three un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished rooms suitable for house housekeeping;
keeping; housekeeping; first floor; bath, etc., at attached;
tached; attached; within two blocks of court courthouse.
house. courthouse. Apply "Rooms" care Star
WANTED Lady or gentleman
living in or outside of Ocala to do
some work or to travel. Salary $15
to ?1S per week and expenses. Ex Experience
perience Experience unnecessary. .M dress Alex Alexander
ander Alexander Supply Company, Morgan
Park, Illinois. 10-18-lt
FOR SALE G-horsepower boiler
and 5-horsepower engine in good
condition; suitable for wood will or
small factory. May be seen in Ocala.
ddress P. O. box 93, Ocala, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. 10-20-61
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,
Misery In Store.
"Kate says she intends to marry Mr.
Plunks to reform him."
-What is his vice?"
"He's a good deal of a miser." Bos Boston
ton Boston Transcript.
that people should be so careless
with matches and cause as much
damage. After covering fifty or six sixty
ty sixty miles in the saddle I was glad to
get home on Friday afternoon in
time to write what I had to say in
last week's Star.
Mrs. J. O. Hightower from Heath-
Island, rode over last r naaj
This is one
Arcp? in this section o
l d l -3 V 4l V
country four years going five full
of life and animation, and with Mrs.
grapefruit. pecans and camphor j Hightower's careful handling will de
velop into an animal the like of
which is seldom seen in this country.
trees and note the wonderful devel development
opment development taking place in this hitherto
At one place near the Hightower
home, where we visited, the grass j gae "And that scar, major. Did
and shrubbprv had been Sred. and 7ou get it during an engagement?"
burnt off and the fire continued to! He (absently .- 'No; the first week of
burn righr on down into the ground, j oui iioueyLicor!"
The earth itself was a living, burning;
- i V4
coal ot nre ana u see-uei iuu cu.
Odd Fellows meet Tuesday night.
THE OCAIA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1013
I have just opened up my new
garage on North Main street, and
solicit a share of the patronage of
ar owners in Ocala and surrounding
territory. The repair department
is prepared to do all kinds of auto automobile
mobile automobile repairing on short notice.
None but first-class workmen em employed,
ployed, employed, and therefore, I am in po position
sition position to guarantee every job that
leaves the place. Rates will be found
reasonable as high-class workman workmanship
ship workmanship and good material can be fur
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A Voice at the Telephone.
ING?" cried Matt. "I don't
know what you're talking
about. You're mistaken
who said I was a king?"
"Now, it's no good putting me oflf
like that," said Mr. Maynard. "If it's
in the New York Clariun first, it has
to be in the Manaswan Banner second.
It wouldn't be fair if you didn't give
us second place, considering you were
born and raised here, and owe that
much to the town. I've got a cracker
jack stenographer waiting in the of- j
nee. two typists, and the operators
holding the wire for the Associated
Press, so get your hat. and come along
quick, like a good chap."
"I wish you would tell me what
you're talking about." exclaimed Matt,
growing impatient. "Is your office in
a lunatic asylum or where?"
"Then you haven't seen it?" asked
Mr. Maynard. offended and incredu incredulous,
lous, incredulous, searching the younger man's face.
"The big front page Sunday story of
the Clarion the New York Daily
' Of course I haven't."
The editor, recovering his good na nature,
ture, nature, drew a newspaper from his over overcoat
coat overcoat pocket, and flattened it out with
"There it is." he said.
The staring scare heads swam before
HAIL TO THE KING!
ROYAL. BROUGHTON RETURNS TO
KING OF THE KANAKAS HERE.
PEARL ISLANDS AND DEEP WATER
SHIPS FLY HIS FLAG IN FAROFF
PACIFIC, WHILE COPPER HUED
SUBJECTS LOUT LOW TO MAT MATTHEW
THEW MATTHEW FIRST.
ROMANTIC STORY OF MANASWAN
BOY SHIPWRECKED IN LABYRIN LABYRINTHINE
THINE LABYRINTHINE SEAS AND HIS AMAZING
RISE TO GREATNESS.
Would Murder Him For His Teeth Isles
Where Old Men's Reards Pass as Cur CurrencyPalm
rencyPalm CurrencyPalm Wine Jags, With Ten Thou Thousand
sand Thousand Savages on the Blink How the
Christian Half of Tapatuea Massacred
the Heathen Half Beachcombers. Pi Pirates
rates Pirates and Mysterious Characters Vio Violinist
linist Violinist "Who Held Attacking Cannibals
Spellbound Till Wind Saved the Be Becalmed
calmed Becalmed Vessel Black Pearls and Gold
Lipped Shell Fungus. Beachdamar. Am Ambergris
bergris Ambergris and Sharks' Fins Vast Lagoons
Awaiting Modern Exploitation, but Mat Matthew
thew Matthew First Would Leave Them as They
Are His Majesty Only Smiles at Ques Questions
tions Questions and Remarks Significantly That
He Is Satisfled-$200,000 Worth of Pearls
In a Matchbox Royal Plans Uncertain,
but Will Probably Remain Here a Few
Months Say. Girls, Don't Any of You
Want to Be a Queen?
Matt had scarcely reached the end
when there was a violent commotion
outside horses galloping, men descend descending
ing descending excitedly, the porch shaking with
the tramp of feet, and pull. pull, pull
at the bell as though the house were
on fire. A second later a crowd of
newspaper men and photographers
surged into the room, spattering the
t-arpt't with mud and snow; a noisy,
jostling throng in heavy overcoats, all
demanding "the Kanaka king."
"Me lirst. gentlemen." cried May Maynard.
nard. Maynard. gr.-ibhing Matt as though he were
a bale of goods. "The king's mine till
"The dickens he is!" exclaimed one
of the mob. elbowing up to Matt.
"We're all in on thK aren't we. boys';"
"You bet we are." came from a dozen
Matt rose, speechless with rage, and,
tearing himself clear, strode to the
door and up to his bedroom. Here
with a bang be locked himself in. the
whole pack pounding at his heels like
school boys after a runaway
"I'm not a king." he roared through
at them. "There's not a word of truth
In that idiotic article. The first fellow
that breaks down my door will get his
head punched :
It was fully half an hour before they
descended, disheartened and growling,
to bundle into their sleighs and depart
"Three hoots for the king!" cried one
of them, trying to lead off. but his
suggestion met with no response, and
the jingling bells drowned his solitary
A little later there was a shuffling.
! lumbering sound outside Matt's door.
J and Hoyt's husky voice came through
I the keyhole
i "Shav. ole man. vou aren't angrv
j with me. are you 7 Jood joke. Dr'-!i
It Up a bit :i!itl git nr uollarsa. Diun t
, i i i : i
mean any harm shole and h.nor.d:!!i r
rrtAfln -inv harm. Cr:it newsn:i'v-
...., n,-. n,.,t ...
Mua, ?uu y. iiu;ui ui
turnsh to childhood's home, and I ;:t
6f dollarsh for it.
Come alon? aild
paiDSh town red. Come along, you
m. -r-o. Dnn-o, rtrii-itiWl H.-
ine Manaswan Banner prmieu lue
Clarion tale In full and bv that one is-
KUt iiiit"u .Mail iivui UU31U1UI iu iviui
Matt's own appearance contributed
)t a little to the deception. Men who
have tea naveiirurdus lives on tne fron frontiers
tiers frontiers of civilization usually get a pe peculiar
culiar peculiar stamp a peculiar and marked
individuality. Matt was not only good
looking, but there was something un unusual,
usual, unusual, attractive and even distinguish distinguished
ed distinguished about him It was impossible for
any one to "place" Matt: the Sherlock
Holmeses were always baffled; he fit fit-tod
tod fit-tod into n class and yet had an "air."
This capacity to rouse interest, favora favorable
ble favorable interest, is a human possession of
great value. It has also, of course, its
drawbacks. When the Banner raised
Matt to kingship Manaswan was thrill thrilled,
ed, thrilled, but not altogether surprised.
Manaswan had long been aware "that
he was somebody out of the way."
One result of the grotesque fiction
was to bring Matt into contact with
some of the better families of the
place. The Cleghorns. the Randalls,
the Russells and the Bucks all in
some manner or other contrived to
scrape acquaintance with him. These
social overtures, made first out of
sheer curiosity and in most instances
inspired by the women, opened to Matt
a number of pleasant, if somewhat
stiff and old fashioned, households.
And he was led finally into the extrav extravagance
agance extravagance of buying evening clothes and
began to cut a modest dash in Mana Manaswan
swan Manaswan society.
THE FAMILY COVGII 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 5 0c 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
50c and $1 All druggists. H. E.
Bucklen & Co., Philadelphia or St.
NEW YORK WORLD
OCALA WEEKLY STAR
Both for $1.03 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 reaa
how Spain lost her foothold of soil
in America, after having ruled the
empire of half of the New World.
The Thrice-a-Week World abounds
in strong features, serial stories,
humor, markets, cartoons, in fact,
everything that is to he found in a
first-class paper. THE THRICE-A-WEEK
WORLD'S regular subscrip-
tion price is only $1 per year, and
this pays for 165 papers. We offer
the World and Ocala Weekly Star
together for one year for $1.65.
Address Weekly Star, Ocala, Fla.
WOMEN WHO (JET DIZZY
Every woman who is troubled
with dizzy spells, backache, head-
ache, weakness, debility, constipa
tion or Kinaey troumes snouia use prudent men in putting away tr-e'.r
Electric fitters They give relief ,jght clotni do Dct fcr trforget
when nothing else will, improve the;jr, , . ,
h0,i,v, oHHin, ctr0na,h an.i vi,nr.,D 1 fc e Pockets thereof, in order that
llLUtlllf It U U 1 1 9 L 1 11 g I 11 U11U
from the first dose. Mrs. Laura;"'c-' UJ1 LUIIJe ioyiuny to ugui ui
Gaines, of Avoca. La., says: "Four fuILGier Pck.
doctors had given me up and my!
children and all my friends were,
looking for me to die. when my son;
insisted that I use Electric Bitters, j
I did so, and they have done me a, Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
world of good." Just try them. 50c'held e Monday at 7:30 p. m. at
and 1 at all druggists or by mail.- Tr ,, T ,.
H. E. Bucklen & Co., Philadelphia Castle over the Jam"s Carlisle
or St. Louis. Ad : drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis-
Jiting brothers. D. W. Tompkins, C. C.
Moose met this evening. I Chas. K. Sage, K. R. S. Ad
How to Avoid Those Pains and Distress
Which so Many Mothers Have Suffered.
it Is a pity m-re womn do not know of
..Tether's Friend. Here is a Tt-mvly taat .ften
the ninnies, enables them To Mi.a'i.l wirhoiit
any strain urn thp lurarru-nT,. :ui enat.les
'women to tro throusn maternity witii -iit t.a:n.
Eauea. m.,rtiine .-iekne or anv of t!.- .iroa.w
symptoms so familiar to many m-ther
rrJh.1Ji JJl !lAl harass th ,mi"!.-
j mot Kb is uo not iiwru Tjtn prim ;tli'' -tj ;
llioucht that sickness ar..I dtress are natural.
have foun-1 a wonderr-.il. frrr ::!' r-I.- tb
lanish all those -Irmdeil -v .-ii--;
It is a subievT PTt-rr wonn hnr'.l .rr-f
liar with. hni even th-nh sl.e iray f-t r--qu!r
h-ui-m. ni n o ar"i luTi ;uee.
pome r.r..;-t:ve mother to rh m a in
lim? ,3l,'.lt -M'1T"er' Fri-ni win as a w.,n-
C"trtY, .Umr"l. r::n'-- 'I 'l
ura a rt-in"iy. ne m n v a:ri tan ;uee'
u an nr;i:M?, ana i oniv ..-!
It is for external ust- onfv. a-1 is r-a'!r wvrli
weight in roM. Write t'Vla'" fo t!;1 Tt-a 1-
fVM R-uiafr Co.. unir
HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE.
It Causes Hardening of the Arteries
and Other Grave Troubles.
Physicians have always studied the
pulse, because it gives valuable infor information
mation information concerning the body's condi condition
tion condition of health or disease. Dut it is
only recently that they have begun to
use the term "blood pressure" fre frequently
quently frequently and to regard the amount of
that pressure as of great importance.
That is because they now have instru- j
uients for act-unitely measuring the
pressure, which previously they could
only estimate by feeling the pulse.
Blood pressure or the degree of ten tension
sion tension of the b'.ood current within the
arteries is chieily significant because
a iermanent increase in it is quite
sure to be followed in time by harden hardening
ing hardening of the arteries and by the degener degeneration
ation degeneration or disease of important organs,
esjK'i ially the kidneys.
The blood pressure is increased by
a number of causes that increase the
force of the heart beat or that con contract
tract contract the smal.er blood vessels. Any
excitement auger, joy. fear, "nervous "nervousness"
ness" "nervousness" raises it temporarily. But that
is of little importance unless the emo emotion
tion emotion is frequently repeated or unless
the person already has diseased arte arteries.
ries. arteries. The blood pressure that is per permanently
manently permanently high is more serious. That
comes from long continued mental ex
citement, such as worry, business anx anxiety
iety anxiety or political strife or from the ac action
tion action of certain poisons that are formed
in the system and not properly ex excreted.
creted. excreted. These poisons come from the waste
products of digestion, especially in
large meat eaters. They raise the
blood pressure by causing the smaller
arteries to contract.
In small amounts thee poisons are
excreted at on:e, but in persons who
e-it large quantities of meat, especially
of beef and mutton poultry and fish
are less harmful they are sometimes
formed in amornts so large that the
kidneys cannot dispose of them prompt promptly.
ly. promptly. When this happens, especially if it
occurs in a person who is under a con constant
stant constant mental strain, like the politician,
the financier or the chronic worrier,
there is grave danger of a permanent permanently
ly permanently high blood pressure and, following
that, of hardening of the arteries and
of kidney disease, mental disturbance
If you must worry be a vegetarian;
if you must eat meat do so only once
a day or. better still, every other day.
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-
struction with all material on the
Also two small farms of eighty
and fifty-four acres respectively, un-
ee H. A. Kramer, or owner, A.
A. Mathews, Ocala, Fla. 10-1-tf
The fall of the year always lays a
(special strain upon the cation's flnan
: cial resources. For not only Is there
the money needed to move the crops,
' but also those ereat rolls of bills which
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
! Freh ojters daily, "any tyle."
1 Merchant's Cafe, J. II. Dewey. 10-3-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 lint 9-22
Plowing at Night.
New South Wales has adopted the
California idea of plowing at night.
For this purpose two powerful acety acetylene
lene acetylene headlights are attached to the
traction engine which draws the plows
I and the ground is so well and bril bril-'
' bril-' liantly lighted that the operator can
work over the field jvUe as well as
XOTICE OP SALE
Notice- is ht-rebv triven that the un
dersianed guardian will applv to the
Honorable W. K. Smith, judne of the
. ... ;,-.
pi,-)r;,ia it' h?- ofioe in Ocala Fl'.nda
. V ....-
1Mb lay of November. l!l.t.
at 10 o'clock a. m.. for an order author-
v.wiz tne private sale or the reversion reversionary
ary reversionary interest of Klizubeth K. Galloway,
a minor, in the following described
1. A tract of land in Candler. Marion
co-jnty. Florida, abutting Garden of
Kden Lake, formerly oned by Mr.
ultx. containing- 10-22 100 acres.
( -. i oi fdvis -iu;iiuu to uic
! town of 'a-dlr. Florida, according to
y lat by E. v. Kent and filed !n the of-
:W f the clerk of the circuit court for
Lot t or JLav;s addition to tne
Marion county. Florida, containing by
estimation 3-6 100 acres.
F.lisabeth A. Gallowav,
Guardian for Elizabeth E. Galloway.
Sat. dly 10-18 5t
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 loas will
follow. through the season, and our barns will be
well supplied at all times.
eod dly wkly
Broadway and 14th street. Union Square.
Clean, Comfortable, Convenient and American Flan, $2 per day and up.
Home Like Hotel, on the Ainer- ICurcpean Plan, $1 per day and
ican and European Flans. up. Special Weekly Hates.
CHURCHILL & COMPANY.
Don't Pay More
than necessary for a Delivery Wagon.
Special introductory price to one
firm in each town
Write quick for Price list A with
large cuts. Secure this bargain.
Tell as what you want. We can make a
wagon suitable for your business and mm
you $20 or more.
Cheap timber, cheap labor, low
freights enables us to easily do this.
Bis: factory, best facilities. Act quick
or you may be too late.
The Rock Hill Buggy Co.,
ROCS BILL. S. C
After Four Years of Discouraging
Conditions, Mrs. Bollock Gave
Up in Despair. Husband
Came to Rescue.
Catron, Ky. In an interesting letter
from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock
writes as follows : "1 suffered for four
years, with womanly troubles, and during
this time, 1 could only sit up for a little
while, and could not walk anywhere at
all. At times, I would have severe pains
in my left side.
The doctor was called in, and his treat-
i ment relieved me for a while, but I was
soon confined to my bed again. After
that, nothing seemed to do me any good.
Will Py Big Reuard for Apprc
hension of Mrs. Wilson's
Two hundred ar 1 nfty dollars re-j
ward is rffered by the county com commissioners
missioners commissioners of Marion county, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, for the party or parties who
murdered Mrs. P. T. Wilson, four J
and a half miles north of Ocala, on j
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.
Jo Po Gaiffltowaiy,
1 h2d gotten so weak could not stand,
and I gave up in despair.
At last, my husband got me a bottle of
Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I com commenced
menced commenced taking it From the very first
dose, 1 could tell it was helping me. I
can now walk two miles without its
tiring me, and am doing all my work."
If you are all run down from womanly
troubles, don't give up in despair. Try
Cardui, the woman's tonic It has helped
more than a million women, in its 50
years of continuous success, and should
surely help you, too. Your druggist has
sold Cardui for years. He knows what
it will do. Ask him. He will recom recommend
mend recommend it, Begin taking Cardui today.
Write to: Chattanooga Medicine Co., Ladies
A Jvisory Dept.. Chattanooga. Ter.n.. fsr Special
Instructions cn your case ani 64-pae book. "Home
Treatment for Women." sect in plain wrapper.
black mustache, height about 5 feet
six to eight inches; wearing blue
jumper, light or gray colored hat,
about Xo. 7 shoe; going in easterly
direction from Wilson home. Com 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
very substantial sum of money.