The Ocala evening star


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The Ocala evening star
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VOL. 20.
N 110







Circuit Judge Bullock Upholds Coun County
ty County Judge Smith in the Taylor Taylor-Carmichael
Carmichael Taylor-Carmichael Case.
Before leaving for West Palm
Beach Monday afternoon, Judge W. S.
Bullock decided that Judge Wm. E.
Smith was eligible to try the case of
the state against C. Carmichael, and
dismissed the petition of the defend defendant.
ant. defendant. Judge Bullock's reasons for
the decision are set forth in the fol following,
lowing, following, which will be of considera considerable
ble considerable interest to all our readers:
In the Fifth Judicial Circuit Court
of the State of Florida, in and for
Marion County.
State of Florida ex rel., C. (Ed)
Carmichael, vs. W. E. Smith, County
Judge for Marion County, Fla.
This cause came on to be heard on
the motion of the respondent on a
motion to quash the writ of prohi prohibition
bition prohibition heretofore issued in this cause
and the same has been argued by
Mr. L. X. Green for the respondent,
and Mr. H. M. Hampton for the re relator.
lator. relator. The petition recites a prior trial
of the petitioner on a charge of as assault
sault assault and battery on one George L.
Taylor, that resulted in a mistrial
and another trial now about to take
place. The motion of petitioner for
a change of venue cn account of the
disqualification of the judge and the
refusal of the "same are attached.
The point argued is the prejudice
of the judge against the petitioner.
The petition which has a copy of the
motion for a change of venue as a
part, is long and recites the prior
business engagements of the peti petitioner
tioner petitioner as a liquor dealer and the
judge being of the persuasion op opposed
posed opposed to such business and as a lead leader
er leader of the prohibitionists and is "in "interested
terested "interested in the termination of the
The fourth ground of the motion
for a change of venue recites that
"defendant is so odious' in the minds
of those favoring, prohibition" that
he cannot get a fair trial and in the
third paragraph states "that George
L. Taylor, the prosecuting witness,
(the adverse party) has an undue
influence over the minds of the in inhabitants
habitants inhabitants of the county and such in influence
fluence influence is such as to "deny the de defendant
fendant defendant a .fair and impartial trial"
should a jury be composed of those
favoring prohibition.
The crux of the petition is the
judge is Interested and is prejudiced
against the defendant. The fact of
the defendant, petitioner here, being
so odious in the minds of the people
is only argued in connection with
the judge's views as a prohibition prohibitionist
ist prohibitionist indicating his prejudice against
the petitioner.
General statutes of Florida, sec section
tion section 1471, among other causes for a
transfer of a cause provides, "on ac account
count account of the prejudice of the judge
of the said court against the appli applicant
cant applicant or in favor of the adverse
party," and further "or on account
of the adverse party having an un undue
due undue influence over the minds of the
'inhabitants of the county." This
section of the general statutes was
amended in 1907, chapter 5640, and
says: "No Judge shall sit where he
is a party, or in which he is interest interested,
ed, interested, or in which he could be excluded
from being a juror by reason of in interest,
terest, interest, consanguinity or affinity to
either of the parties."
When such application is made it
must fully and distinctly set forth
the facts upon which the same is
On the point of the judge being
"interested" and therefore is dis
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qualified, such interest must be a
"pecuniary interest."

"Adams, admr. vs. B. T. I.I. F. 37!
Fla., 266."
"Coon vs. Chadwick, 17 Fla. 429."
"Purvis vs. Frink, 55 Fla., 715."
"17 Am. & E. Enc. of Law (2nd
ed). 741," and cites cases. Xo pe pecuniary
cuniary pecuniary Interest is shown.
. On the point of prejudice of the
judge, the law means that "it is a
prejudice against a part to the
cause and an affidavit not setting
forth this fact specifically is insuffic insufficient."
ient." insufficient." See Coon vs. Chadwick,
Prejudice against "a party to the
cause and not a prejudice upon out
of the business relations of the
judge, or a mere interest in the ab abstract
stract abstract question that may be involved
in the cause.'
"Purvis vs. Frink, 55 Fla., 715."
Construing the act of 1907, let us
see what it is. He is disqualified in
cases where "he would be excluded
as being a juror by reason of "in "interest."
terest." "interest." Would a juror, although of the
distinct class of persons who advo advocate
cate advocate the licensing the sale of liquor
i be disqualified to sit on the trial of i
fact involving such license, or the
right to sell?
Would a juror from the mere fact
that he was a prohibitionist ana was
opposed to the policy of the law au authorizing
thorizing authorizing the licensing the sale of
liquor be disqualified to sit on the
trial of a man who was charged with
the violation of such law?
If the judge happened to be a pro prohibitionist,
hibitionist, prohibitionist, then he could not sit in
any case, in dry counties, where a
man was charged with the illegal
sale of liquor, nor could a prohibi prohibitionist
tionist prohibitionist juror sit in the trial, nor
could a juror who advocated the sale
of liquor sit, for if the one is dis disqualified
qualified disqualified the other must be. If the
proh'bitionist judge cannot sit on
the trial of a man who runs a saloon
because he is disqualified by fact of
being a prohibitionist, then should a
man who was in favor of licensing
saloons, or the right to sell liquor,
sit and give the state a fair trial, on
a similar charge?
On the point of being so odious in
the minds of the inhabitants of the
county, it will be seen that this is
made contingent on a jury of pro prohibitionists
hibitionists prohibitionists trying the defendant.
Even if that be true, then would not
the state have the right to challenge
on the grounds that the jury was
composed of men favoring saloons
and not fair to the state and the ac accused?
cused? accused? Xor can it be said that th.e prose prosecuting
cuting prosecuting witness is the "adverse par party."
ty." party." This point has not been argued
although in the petition.
The fact relied upon to show dis disqualification
qualification disqualification is the statement of the
judge as to what he understood to
be the law and he state, "Should the
case again come before me, I am go going
ing going to exclude ail evidence, except as
to whether the defendant struck the
prosecuting witness, and charge the
jury that if the defendant did strike
the prosecuting witness, to find him
Does such statement disqualify
the judge? Certainly such an ab abstract
stract abstract proposition of law without any
qualifying matter would be errone erroneous
ous erroneous and would be reversed, but it
does not show prejudice.
If judges were prejudiced by rea reasons
sons reasons of the errors of law they make,
few of us would sit to hear cases.
It is considered and ordered that
the motion to quash is sustained and
the said writ of prohibition hereto heretofore
fore heretofore issued, be, and the same is
quashed, and the petition be and is
The motion for supercedeas bond
be and the same is refused.
Done and ordered at Ocala, Fla.,
November 3, 1913.
W. S. Bullock.

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And What Three Governors Will
Say to Each" Other Can Easily
be Imagined
Raleigh, X. C, Xov. 4. It was
learned last night from Gov. Locke
Craig, that probably Gov. Major of
Missouri and Gov Hodges of Kansas
will join him in Asheville on Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday and Thursday, November 5
and 6, the two days set apart by
Gov. Craig's proclamation for "good
roads days" in the state. The pro program
gram program is for the three governors to
shovel dirt together.
The World's Ninth Triennial Con Convention
vention Convention of the Woman's Christ Christian
ian Christian Temierant'e Union
The above named convention, held
recently in Brooklyn. X. Y.. was a
remarkable gathering for severa'
reasons. First, it was the largest
gathering of its kind ever held in this
or any other country of the world.
Also that every land from Iceland, in
the north to Xew Zealand in the
south and from many known and al almost
most almost unknown portions of Africa,
Asia, from every country of Europe,
from the South Sea Islands and the
islands of the West Indies, and from
every corner of the United States
and Canada, came the delegates and
these delegates were all women.
When the roll was called they num numbered
bered numbered 3500 and represented 50 for-,
foreign countries. It is little won wonder
der wonder that when the president of the
borough of Brooklyn stood before
that vast host of women to bid them
welcome, he said, "Never before
have I understood the words of the
psalmist when he said 'What is man
that thou shouldst be mindful of
The convention was inaugurated
by a reception and buffet supper at
the Xew Astor House, Xew York
City, at which 1200 sat down to eat,
and as many more occupied the gal gallery
lery gallery as spectators. It being a buffet
affair, tables were dispensed with,
each lady being furnished with a
lap cover about the size of a small
table cloth and on these was served a
splendid six course banquet, begin beginning
ning beginning with creamed oysters, chicken
and lobster salads filled in between.
After the supper there was some
speaking. There was geetings from
Mrs. Boole, president W. C. T. U.,
state of Xew York; also from Con Congressman
gressman Congressman Candler, of Xew York,
from the Federation of Women's
Clubs and many others, with re responses
sponses responses from delegates from Eng England,
land, England, South Africa, Sweeden Pales Palestine,
tine, Palestine, Argentine and Xewfoundland.
These exercises and banquet were
held in what is described as
the grandest and most gorgeously
decorated room of any hotel in the
The convention proper was opened
the following morning Friday in
the Academy of Music, Brooklyn
and was presided over by Mrs. L.
M. X. Stevens, vice-president of the
World's W. C. T. W. The president
of the World's Union, the Countess
of Carlisle, of England, being pre prevented
vented prevented from attending the conven convention
tion convention by sickness, was ably represent represented
ed represented by hsv youngest daughter, Lady
Aurea Howard. A part of the open opening
ing opening exercises was the reading of the
126th Psalm, the traveler's psalm,
from a Bible once the property of
the founder of the W. C. T. U., Miss
Frances E. Willard. the readers be being
ing being Mrs. Stevens Levitt of the United
States and Lady Aurea Howard of
England. Among the many letters
of congratulation was one from Pres-


lident and Mrs. Woodrow Wilson, the
J reading of which brought forth tre tre-I
I tre-I mendous cheering.
Among those extending welcome
was Mayor Kline in behalf qf the
City of Xew York, who, in present presenting
ing presenting the ladies the keys of the city,
said many kind and complimentary
things, but s he made a bad break
when he told the delegates that he
admired the name of the institution
they represented: The Woman's
Christian .Temeprance Union, be-
j cause temperance stood for modera modera-!
! modera-! tion in all things moderation in
eating and moderation in drinking.
It took the delegates but a very
short time to tell him that he was
on the wrong track and that their
kind of temperance didn't stand for
moderate drinking.
senting the Brooklyn League, wel-
General Horatio C. King, repre-
comed and congratulated the. con convention
vention convention on the wonderrul growth of
the organization, saying, among
other things that only two genera
tions ago it was a difficult matter to
get out more than a corporals guard
to attend a temperance meeting,
while today no building can be found
large enough to hold the crowds
that are interested, and that their
arguments for the cause were now
being pleaded in mere than fifty lan languages
guages languages and had won a billion people
of many lands.
One of the re J letter days was
Sunday. More than half of the
churches in Xew York and Brooklyn
had sent in requests for some of ihe
delegates to speak from their pul pulpits,
pits, pulpits, and these scores of churches
were filled to the limit to listen to
the arguments of the white ribbon-
ers. Among those who filled some of
the principal pulpits of the city was
to be found every delegate from the
Southern states, which reminds us
that when President Wilson spoke at
Mobile recently he said "he didn't
come to speak for the men of the
South, as they were abundantly able
to speak for themselves." Xow,
if he had attended the exercises of
of this world's W. C. T. U. he would
have found that Southern women al also
so also are able to "speak for them themselves,"
selves," themselves," the Brooklyn Citizen going
so far as to say that "Mrs. Mary Ar Armour,
mour, Armour, of Georgia, held her audience
spellbound, listening to the wonder wonderful
ful wonderful oratory, as no speaker had ever
done before." This lady after speak speaking
ing speaking at the Washington Baptist
church in the morning was pressed
into service in the afternoon to take
the place of Richard Pearson Hobson
of Alabama, who was scheduled to
speak in the afternoon at the Acade Academy
my Academy of Music, but who wired that it
was impossible for him to leave just
then as he was having a strenuous
time in his own state, so Mrs. Ar Armor
mor Armor filled this appointment. She
thanked God that Georgia was the
first of the Southern states to go dry,
and that while the drink traffic fears
neither God, man, law or the gos gospel,
pel, gospel, neither does the W. C. T. U. fear
the leaders of the drink traffic, and
that their slogan now is "a saloon saloon-less
less saloon-less nation in 1920." She told of a
recent meeting of brewers in St.
Louis where $50,000,000 was pledg pledged
ed pledged to offset the work of the W. C. T.
L, and that the brewers were more
afraid of those women than all the
political parties in the United States.
"I never slander the liquor inter interests."
ests." interests." said Mrs. Armor, "I can best
acccomplish my work by telling the
truth about the them." The W. C.
T. U. did not go around smashing;
saloons, but accomplished its work
just the same. She fpoke of the won wonderful
derful wonderful work done in West Virginia,
where the whole campaign was in
charge of a Mrs. Yost, "a little wo
man not bigger than a cake of soap;
after a hard day's washing." and so J
well did the little woman do her
work that she (Mrs. Armor) was'
nearly killed trying to get thru the'
crowds into the building where she
herself was to speak. And when the
votes were counted the drys had car-
by paying a small sum as a

'ried the state by 92.000 majority.

but it took determination, legisla legislation
tion legislation and cooperation to do it.
Among the many interesting fea features
tures features of the convention was the re reports
ports reports from the foreign delegates. All
were optomistic, tho' some were
somewhat sad. The delegate from
Belgium, a quaint little Baroness,
spoke most pathetically of the con conditions
ditions conditions in her country, where there
is one saloon for each thirty-five in inhabitants.
habitants. inhabitants. The delegate from Aus Australia
tralia Australia said she had come 15,000
miles to attend the convention; that
many people had but a hazy idea of
her country. Some one asked her L
what language was spoken there.
She said that Australia was the size
of the United States, but they had
only 4,000,000 people instead of 90, 90,-000,000.
000,000. 90,-000,000. She could not understand
what people meant when they said a
law could not be enforced, because
in her country if the officers would
not enforce the law they put them
out and put in some one who would.
The Xew Zealand delegate said, "We
all vote and the only people who op opposed
posed opposed suffrage were the liquor men,
for they knew that if the women get
the vote, it would mean ultimate
prohibition." The representative
from Japan was dressed in her native
costume her little lavender robe
and tiny slippers were in strong con contrast
trast contrast to some worn by other women
on the stage. Her delivery
was somewhat halting though
n perfect English. Her name is
Miss Iwasawa. She said, "Our
young folks are waking up. The
young girls of .the W. C. T. U. in
Japan refuse to marry non-Christian
men. Do you smoke? Do you
drink?? If so, I will not marry you.
But if not, I will marry you and we
will have one happy little home."
They have many happy little homes.
From Burmah came a delegate and
her husband. The latter had to read
the report, as his wife was too ill to
speak. Burmah, it said, was where
Adinoram Judson, the missionary,
worked for seven years before he
had a single convert, but today there
are 300 temperance societies there;
they print one temeprance newspa newspaper,
per, newspaper, besides great numbers of tem temperance
perance temperance pamphlets and other litera literature,
ture, literature, besides which, compulsory tem temperance
perance temperance education in the public
schools is ordered by the govern government
ment government An English delegate said that
in one prison in England there were
three and a half miles of cells and
with the exception of one mile the
whole was occupied by prisoners
brought there thru the agency of
From Moscow a delegate told of a
vast amount of drunkenness in Rus
sia, ana attnoutea it to tne iaci uiai
the priests of the Greek church gave
the communion to young children by
means of bread soaked in fermented
wine, thus inculcating a taste for
There were reports from scores of
other places all of which were very
On Thursday a petition was ad
dressed to the Convention of Ameri
can Bishops, then in session in Xew
York, asking them to use their in-
fluence with the churches to the end ;
that only unfermented wine be usel
in administering me noiy couiiuuu-i
. m T V y
ion. a-
An election of officers was held, at
which all the former officers were re-'

elected, as follows: j of the people on the stage, each of
President, Rosalind Countess of whom was waving a small American
Carlisle, England; vice-president, 1 flag. Then as the young man waved
Mrs. L. M. X. Stevens, Portland, the crusader flag the audience sang
Me.; honorary secretaries, Miss Ag- "In the Cross of Christ I Glory," and
nes E. Slack, Derbyshire, Eng., and as the last minute of the convention
Miss Anna A. Gordon, Evanston, had arrived, the whole company on
111.; honorary treasurer, Mrs. Mary the stage and in the audience joined
E. Sanders. Quebeck, Canada. ; hands and sang the beautiful words
The closing exercises were inter- "God be With You 'Till We Mee
esting. One hundred women were Again." The benediction was pro pro-detailed
detailed pro-detailed to make one hundred nounced and the ninth triennial con con-speeches
speeches con-speeches in one, hundred minutes vention of the World's Woman's
and tho' it was quite time enough for Christian Temperance Union was a
some of them, others only got fairly thing of the past,
into running when time was called. Mrs. E. E. Packham, Reporter.

deposit. We guarantee everything as represented


3Ieasure that Would Go Far to Pre Prevent
vent Prevent Fatal Mistakes in
Taking Medicine
Washington, Xov. 4. Representa--tive
L'Engle has introduced a bill to
put a stop to the wave of bichloride
of mercury suicides that is sweeping
the country. He proposes that all
poisonous drugs in the form of tab tablet,
let, tablet, lozenge or troches shall be man manufactured
ufactured manufactured in cubical shape, and all
non-poisonous drugs in spherical or
disk shape.
A heavy penalty is provided both
for the manufacturer or druggist
who violates the law.
This is a unique way of reaching
the evil of taking poison tablets by
mistake. It would enable any per person
son person to tell in the dark by feeling a
tablet whethe- it is poisonous or not.
All the delegates were loud in
their praise for the welcome they re received,
ceived, received, also for the splendid reports
of the press, especially to the Brook Brooklyn
lyn Brooklyn Eagle for the write-up and pic pictures,
tures, pictures, one of them being a fine
J photo taken from the academy stage
of the whole vast "audience. They
also thank one of the reporters for
a new slogan, he liavlng suggested
that W. C. T. U. stood for "Whisky
Can't Tempt Us."
The Florida contingent comprised
the state president of the W. C. T.
U., Miss Minnie- E. Xeal, and Mrs.
Adkins and Mrs. Johnson, of Jack Jacksonville;
sonville; Jacksonville; Mrs. Mabel P. Dean, state
treasurer W. C. T. U., DeLand; Mrs.
McCormick, Tallahassee; Mrs. Bebee,
Lakeland; Mrs. Riggen, Braden Braden-town;
town; Braden-town; Mrs. Gates, Manatee; Mrs.
Etta B. Mendenhall, Tampa; Mrs.
Washburn and Mrs. E. E. Packham,
This report would not be complete
without a few words in regard to the the-music
music the-music rendered during the conven convention.
tion. convention. The Academy of Music of Brook--lyn
owns one of the largest and
finest organs in the United States
and each evening a recital was given
when some of the best organists of'
the city presided and were assistedV
by the best voices to be found in the the-city
city the-city choires. Mrs. Frances W. Gra Graham,
ham, Graham, musical director of the World's.
W. C. T. U., had general charge oE
the music and herself singing sev several
eral several solos, notably the beautiful "If
I Were a Voice," and her own grand
song "Victory."
On the closing night there were
several hundred singers on the stage
who rendered some fine choruses,
and then gave the national anthem
of many lands and as each anthem
was sung, a boy dressed in the cos costume
tume costume of the country represented
waved the national flag of that
When the organ pealed forth the
music of "The Star Spangled Ban
ner," two young men came to the
front, one bearing a very large Am American
erican American flag and the other a crusader
flag. The vast audience rose to their
feet and added their voices to those
than 65 or $70.

or your money refunded.

Phone 253.

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With It- CauM' in iuht ft-r a Jury
to Decide at tlie et Term
of Circuit Court

Odd Fellows meet tonight.

Council meets this evening.

-Masons meet Thursday night.

3Ioose meet Thursday evening.


The Pathe Weekly at the Temple



Mr. W. W. Rilea is visiting rela relatives
tives relatives at Eustis.

Mr. G. T. Maughs has returned
from a brief trip to Gainesville.

Master Robert White has a posi position
tion position with the Anderson Pharmacy.

A lot of new. Hart, Schaffner &
Mark suits just in at Waterman's.
They're the very latest designs.
Come and look then over. 9-22-tf

The friends of Mr. John H. Brooks
are glad that he is able to be out
after an illness of several days.

Ilarley Bros, are now ready to fit
you with a Hart, Schaffner & Marx
suit from $14 to ?20, next door to
W. U. telegraph office. 10-30-tf

Mr. William Preece of the Metro Metro-politan
politan Metro-politan Lif Insurance Co., with an
office in the Holder block, has re returned
turned returned from a two days' trip to

"What is 21?"


In a short time "Twenty-One''
vtill be the most talked of proposi proposition
tion proposition in Ocala. Watch for it. 10-30tf

If you want to see something
unique, go look at that Marion Coun County
ty County Fair poster, with the catchy side
remarks that Secretary Rooney has
pasted on it, in the Board of Trade
western window.

New arrivals at Harley Bros'.
'Hart, Schaffner & Marx suits for
.men at $14 to $20 per suit.l0-30-6t

"What is 21?"


Mr. E. M. Williams left yesterday
afternoon for Wyoming to attend to
business matters for the contracting
firm of J. F. Jenkins & Co., of which
lie is secretary.

Fresh oysters daily, "any style."
Merchant's Cafe, J. R. Dewey.l0-3-tf
Dr. and Mrs. L. H. von Engelken
nave had their home on South Fifth
street repainted, white with green
trimmings, being the pretty combi combination
nation combination of colors.

"The shipments of ladies white
"buck and Russian tan 14-button
boots which have been expected for
eome time has arrived at Little's
Shoe Parlor. Come and see them;
they're beauties. 10-27-6t

31r. B. F. Condon is expected home
this afternoon from Jacksonville,
Saving gone to that city on lusiness
connected with his agency for the
Reo automobile. Mr. Condon hopes
to nave one of the 1914 cars in a few
2ays now.

3Ir. W. B. Gallagher left today for
Falatka, where he will be until to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow noon, attending to business.

Self-Rising Buckwheat
Maple Syrup
Pancake Flour
Dill Pickles
Brick Codfish
Swiss Cheese
fat Mackerel
2S"eufehatel Cheese
Cream Cheese
Pimiento Cheese
Cheese Chips
Golden Flakes
Cheese Straws
Champagne Wafers
Whole Wheat Wafers

PIIOXES 16 and 174.

SujKrl Program Which Will he Giv Given
en Given at the Temple Friday
Evening, Xov. 7
The following program will be ren rendered
dered rendered by the Metropolitan Band Fri Friday
day Friday evening. Xov. 7th, at the Tem Temple
ple Temple theater, given in addition to the
regular three or four reels of mov moving
ing moving pictures. This is a benefit con concert
cert concert to help the band defray regular
running expenses, such as hall rent,
repair to instruments, etc. It is
hoped that the public will respond
liberally as this is the first time the
band has asked for any support from
the public in several years. Price
of admission will be 20c. and 10c.
1. Overture, "Morning, Xoon and
XighJ; in Vienna" Fr. von Suppe.
2. Descriptive overture, "Con "Contest
test "Contest of the Gladiators" B. G. Me Me-Fall.
Fall. Me-Fall. (Trumpeters. The assemblage
enters stadium. Hail the King! Par Parade
ade Parade of contestants. Gladiator's fare farewell
well farewell to his sweetheart. Trumpeters'
ball. Contestants enter. All ready.
The contest. Fall of favorite. March
of victor. Plea for fallen favorite.
Trumpeters attention! March of re rejoicing.
joicing. rejoicing. King turns thumbs up.)
3. Selection, "The Chocolate Sol Soldier"
dier" Soldier" Oscar Strauss.
4. March, "The Sparkler" Ed Edgar
gar Edgar S. Allen.


Guaranteed piano tuner at my
store for a few days, Prof. S. B. Har Harmon.
mon. Harmon. A. M. Lansford. 10-2 7-20-1



That structure rapidly going up
across Broadway, between the Mun Mun-roe
roe Mun-roe & Chambliss Bank and the Ocala
House is a duplicate of the Arc de
Triumphe in Paris, and it is to be
used to welcome visitors off the A.
C. L. to the Marion County Fair.
The report that Secretary Rooney
would skin the cat from the center
of the arch at regular intervals dur during
ing during the fair was made by unauthor

ized parties.

Mr. &rt57 W. Martin left todays a
business visit to Clearwater. vir.

Martin has withlrawn from he

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ok business andf taken a position

traveling salesfian for the Fr

rick Disinfectant Company of

lanta, with Florifa for his terri


Tex" is a cracka-jack salesman, and

hrSsJiew employers are to Jecongrat-


For sweet milk, buttermilk, cream
and butter, call phone 482, Sanitary
Milk Supply Co., corner Fort King
and South Magnolia' street. 10-17-tf

5 The death of Albert Wilson near
j Cranse Springs Suntiah- nijrht is an

other mv-rer:ous imzely that will

furnish hard work for lawyers and
juries at the next term of court.
A telephone message to Sheriff
Galloway before daylight Monday
morning advised him that Wilson
had been found dead in a road near
Orange Springs a few hours before.
As it was hardly possible for the
sheriff to leave Ocala Monday, he
tent Deputy Osteen in his car with
his son, Mr. Roy Galloway, to inves investigate
tigate investigate the trouble.
The officers returned late yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon, bringing with them
Mrs. Wilson, widow of the dead man,
against whom they considered the
evidence strong enough to warrant
their taking her into custody.
From all reports, Mr. and Mrs.
Wilson passed Sunday at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Wells, Mrs.
Wilson's parents, on the Orange
Springs and Eureka road. Later in
the day, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson went to
the home of Mrs. Wilson's brother, a
mile or so from the Wells home.
They returned to Mr. Perry Wells'
home at night, and late at night Mr.
and Mrs. Wilson left for their own
home. Some time after, neighbors
heard shots, and going out on the
road found Wilson dead. One bullet
had gone thrue his left arm into his
side, and another into his hip. Those
first on the scene thought they saw
some one making his or her way into
the bushes.
Shortly after, Mrs. Wilson came
down the road from the direction of
her father's home. She said she
had not intended to go home with
her husband, but had walked down
the road with hira a part of the way,
and then had gone back to her
father's home to spend the night.
She was preparing to retire when
she heard the shots. At first, she
thought it was her husband -shooting
at a coon, and then decided to
go and see if there was any trouble.
The Wilsons lived near Paine's
landing. Mr. and Mrs. Wells live
near Eureka, which is about seven
miles from Orange Springs. Wilson's
body was found in the road about
three miles from Orange Springs.
Mrs. Wilson must have had extra extraordinary
ordinary extraordinary good hearing to have heard
the shots that killed her husband if
she was at her parents' home when
they were fired.
Wilson was about thirty years old;
his wife is somewhat older.: It is
said that 'Wilson was her third hus husband.
band. husband. The first, Ed Howard, was
killed by another man somewhere
between Eureka and Fort McCoy
about six years ago.

Mr. Joseph W. Dodge has returned
from a business trip to Jacksonville.

You can get loose-leaf books from
25 cents up ,at The Murray Com Company.
pany. Company. 10-3 0-3 1 '.

Judge R. McConathy and Mr. D.
S. Woodrow returned last night from
a business trip to Brooksville.

The special attention of the ladies
is called to those 14-button white
buck and Russian tan shoes at Lit Little's
tle's Little's Shoe Parlor. 10-27-6t

Mr. Albert Anson Graham, the his historian
torian historian of the Oklawaha, is in the

"Twenty-One" is not 21 yet by
many years, but it will be "fround
here" when many other tilings are



Mr. B. R. Chambers, the Fairfield
merchant, is in the city today.

Uncomfortable, tired feet were
never known to be in the same
shoes with Rexall Foot Powder. 25
cents at Gerig's Drug Stores. 10-25

Mr. Gay Livingston of Kissimmee
has. been greeting Ocala friends today.

Mutt and Jeff at the Temple tonight.

' Rexall Liver Salts will relieve any
liver ailment and the loss of
strength and the other ailments
caused by it or money back. 25c.
and 50c' at Gerig's Drug Stores.10-25

Dr. Baskin of Dunnellon was in
town today.

They are worth looking at even if
you don't buy those nobby Hawes
and John B. Stetson hats at Water Waterman's
man's Waterman's haberdashery. 9-22-tf

DR. W. K. LAXE Specialist, Eye
Ear, Xose and. Throat. Office Law

; Library Building. Ocala Adv.






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Arrangements are being rapiaijp completed
for the Biggest and Best Fair elfftneld in Flor Flor-ida.
ida. Flor-ida. Exhibitors of Live Stql&gricultural,
Horticultural, Industrial and Domestic Exhibits

are making application for s every day,
and every indication is that thisv season's show
will be by far the best in thel liistory of the
Special low rates have been
granted on all Railroads leading into


Mr. Fred G. B. Weihe, alderman
from the fourth ward, is being urg urged
ed urged by his friends to stand for re reelection,
election, reelection, but is reluctant to do so.
Mr. Weihe has been a hard worker
for the city and has spared no time
nor pains in looking after the af affairs
fairs affairs of his ward and the town at

Mr. Jake Klein is suffering from
a severe attack of blood poisoning
in one of his feet. Jake keeps hob hobbling
bling hobbling around the store but says he
never realized till now what good
feet he used to have.

Mr. E. C. Bennett has returned
from a business visit to Bushnell.


What is it


When You Ask For

You have said the one tvord that ex expresses
presses expresses infinite refinement in con confections.
fections. confections. HUYLER'S CHOCOLATES are chos chosen
en chosen by those who know chosen for
the purchaser's own use, or for gifts
to others.
Fresh shipments received weekly
by express and kept always in per perfect
fect perfect refrigeration for the delight of
PHOXE 375.

T. W. Troxlcr




Holder Block, Rooms 3 and 10.

PHOXE 250.

For information address:






A called meeting of the Junior
Civic League was held at the home
of the director, Mrs. Moorhead, Mon Monday
day Monday afternoon, for the election of of officers
ficers officers for the coming year. Mrs.
Moorhead wished to install the new
officers before her absence at the
convention in Orlando, where she
goes in the interest of the tomato
and corn clubs. The following offi officers
cers officers were elected: President, Sue
Moore; first vice president, Blanche
Whaley; second vice president,
Martha Kate Rentz; secretary, Mar Marie
ie Marie Burnett; treasurer, Elizabeth Da Davis.
vis. Davis. Plans for the coming year were
discussed and work begun. The reg regular
ular regular monthly meeting will be held
Saturday, Xov. Sth, at Comfort
Lodge. J

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Xext Friday at Rheinauer's store
there will be handsomely dressed
dolls on sale. The sale will be in
charge of hospital nurses and the
money derived will go to that institution.


George Giles & Company's cotton
gin presented a lively appearance
this morning when a Star represen representative
tative representative called there. Two single and
one double gin were running full
blast, with a number of hands feed feeding
ing feeding the cotton in and others taking
the fleecy staple away and putting it
into the big press, which baled it up
as fast as it was filled. Giles is buy buying
ing buying all the cotton that is brought to
him and is paying the highest price
the market will justify.

: F;' E. -McCLANE; M: ':B?J::
The Dr. McCIane Medici, Surgical and
Electrical Institute
PHOXES Office, No. 333. -QraUcVae'a Residence, No. 407.
Office Suite 1 to 7, Holder Block" Southwest cor. Public Square.



Marion County Abstract Company



First consideration and espec&fcat&pnUon given to small tracts.


Who Intend Sending Exhibits to the
Marion County Fair
We have been requested by Mrs.
A. Y. Strunk, superintendent of the
domestic exhibits at the coming fair,
to say that any parcels or packages
sent to her will have careful and im immediate
mediate immediate attention. Everyone is
urged to send exhibits in earl as
they will not only be more advant advantageously
ageously advantageously placed, but more care be
taken in their arrangement and
proper grouping. Xo entries will be
received after S a. m. Tuesday, Xov.
23. Mrs. Strunk and her assistants
will be at the fair grounds on Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, the 22nd to receive the ex exhibits.
hibits. exhibits. 10-S0-tf

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The best place to hide money is where they have
vaults for safely protecting it. Every week we see
newspaper accounts of people having been robbed.
Sugar-bowls, rag-bags, under the carpet, behind pic pictures
tures pictures and all of those other places where people con conceal
ceal conceal their money, are well-known to burglars. Hide
it in OUR BANK, then you know you can get it
when you want it.
We Pay 4 per cent Interest d Savings Accounts


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Marioin lartware Co,
Phone 11$, Ocala, Fla.

Effective October 19th.
Night Trains 37 and 38 Re established.

9:30 p. m. Lv Jacksonville Ar. 7:00 a. ra.

2:20 a. m. Ar
8:00 a. m. Ar


..Ocala Lv. 2:20 a.

-St. Petersburg Lv. 8:30 p.

Steel Pullman Cars
St. Petersburg, Ocala, Jacksonville and New York

Trains 9 and 10 will be discontinued south of Leesburg.

For information and schedules call on
M. R. WILLIAMS, Ticket Aqent, OCALA.

Depends on How the Mexican Dicta-;

tor Regards the Ultimatum
of the United States
Mexico City, Nov. 4. President
Huerta has been told he must re resign
sign resign the presidency of Mexico with without
out without loss of time, and that he must
not leave as his successor General
Aureliano Blanquet, his minister of
war, or any other member of his of official
ficial official family or of the unofficial cote coterie
rie coterie whom he might be expected to
control. This ultimatum from Wash Washington
ington Washington was conveyed to President
Huerto through his provisional sec secretary,
retary, secretary, Senor Rabago, by Charge
O'Schaughnessy, acting under in instructions
structions instructions from the state depart department.
ment. department. Senor Rabago late Sunday pre presented
sented presented the memorandum to his chief,
but up to last night President Huerta
had returned no answer and, as far
as has been learned, had guarded its
contents from almost all his official
and intimate counsellors.
Those who learned of the Wash-


New York, Nov. 4. With Fusion
and Tammany leaders predicting a
landslide today for their respective
candidates the municipal campaign
described by old time politicians as
the liveliest of a generation, came
to a close last night with speech speech-making
making speech-making in all parts of the city.
"We will win by 150,000," de declared
clared declared Charles F. Murphy of Tam Tammany.
many. Tammany. Fusion estimates of victory ranged
from 75,000 to 125,000.
Information reached police head headquarters
quarters headquarters that ''strong arm'1 men, gun
men and guerrillas and thugs gen generally
erally generally were to be employed to in intimidate
timidate intimidate voters, resulted in promises
of police activity unusual for elec election
tion election day in this city. Seven hundred
picked policemen familiar with un underworld
derworld underworld characters were assigned
to all parts of all boroughs, Police
Commissioner Waldo announced.
At midnight last night every po

lice cantain was shifted from his ree-

ington note regard General Huerta's precinct to another for twenty-

position as one in which he will be four hours

The commissioner gave these or orders,
ders, orders, acting upon a communication

forced to give one of two answers j

point blank refusal to comply with
the demand, possibly going so far as
to hand the diplomatic representa representative
tive representative his passports, or the official
elimination of himself.
Those most intimate with the
president insist that the latter course
will not be taken for many reasons,
chief .of which is that such action
would be tatamount to submission to

from Mayor Kline, who. had been
visited a- few hours previously by
John Purroy Mitchel, the fusion nom nominee
inee nominee for mayor. Waldo said he had
been informed of the threatened in invasion
vasion invasion of election districts by gang gangsters
sters gangsters by both Mayor Kline and For Former
mer Former Governor Sulzer, who is the pro-


eressive candidatp for thp srate as-

the rebels. Official Mexico no longer BemW in the sixth district

is in doubt that the Washington ad-j

ministration favors the rebel cause

and is convinced that this is the!

means adopted by President Wilson j
and Secretary Bryan to assist Caz-1 Tompkins & Cobb Have Sold Their

ranza to win. Livery Business to Mr. Charles

Messrs. Tompkins & Cobb have
sold the livery portion of their bus business
iness business to Mr. Charles Goddard, who
has been managing the business for
several years.
Messrs. Tompkins & Cobb will
continue their sales department and
will operate on a far more extensive
scale than ever before, giving more


The Marion Baptist Association
will convene tomorrow morning at
Mcintosh and will be in session two
days. Fifty or more delegates are
expected and a number of visitors
will attend. Rev. Bunyan Stephens,
pastor of the Baptist church, and
Deacon Isaac Stevens will go up in

the morning, and Thursday at least j time to that department and will
a dozen will go from here. The Bap- handle more horses and mules than

tists are expecting a good meeting eyer before. Mr. Tompkins will leave

and a most enjoyable gathering. this evening tor the big Atlanta

stock yards, where he will buy two
loads of horses and mules to be ship shipped
ped shipped here at once. This firm also ex-

Dr. C. R. Tydings is building a pets to engage in other lines of bus-


big new garage for Mr. R. E. Tucker

iness and being free of the details

on West Exposition street. The new of the livery business can devote
building takes up the entire space some attention to them,
between Mr. Tucker's present quar-' The livery business of Tompkins
ters and the next building on the ( & Cobb; operated by them for the
east. The new building will be 4 Ox past five years, has been in operation
60- feet square, has a cement block continuously on the corner where it
front and rear, with double en-Us now located, owned and operated

trances, both 'front and rear. Mr. J by other people before them, for
Tucker will occupy this room as well j nearly half a century. Mr. Charles
as both floors of his present quar-; Goddard has been managing the liv liv-ters
ters liv-ters and will fit it up as a strictly jery department of the business for

first class and up-to-date garage.


several years and for four months
this summer, when both partners
were absent, he ran the entire busi business
ness business himself.

Levon, Nov. 3. Mr. S. P. Granger! Both Messrs. Tompkins and Cobb
of Shady Grove, was a business vis-'admit that Mr. Goddard is the best
itor Monday, and while here bought liveryman they have ever seen. He
two wagon loads of lumber to be! just comes natural to the business
used in construction work on his and it to him, and then every man in
farm. the whole country likes Charlie
Mr. and Mrs. George Lovell, of! "Red" Goddard, and that geniality

Pedro, were in our bure Mondav. and popularity is a valuable asset in

the livery as well as other businesses.
The Star hopes that he can do even
better for himself than he has for
Tompkins & Cobb, and no one is de deserving
serving deserving of success more than he.


Mr. C. B. Davis, after two weeks'
very pleasantly spent with relatives
in his old home at Mount Olive, N.
C, returned to his post of duty
Tuesday night.
Mr. J. W. Frink visited Summer Summer-field,
field, Summer-field, Belleview and Ocala last Wed

nesday in the interests of his com-'

pany. We have put in a large and com-
Dr. T. K. Slaughter, M. L. Shaw I plete line of cut glass of high grade
and W. M. Gary were visitors in the and exquisite patterns. The Court
Brick City Thursday. Pharmacy. 1 1-4-tf
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Barrett were!
visitors in Ocala Thursday. j start voi r liver,
Mr. Will Fahanbach is moving j oo"i stop work

his familv to Ocala this week.

Responsible banking is the policy under which
this iiistitution has been managed since the day of its
That this policy is appreciated is indicated by
the constant and gratifying growth in business.
It is the desire of the officers of this bank to con continue
tinue continue adding new accounts of those individuals de desiring
siring desiring the most efficient service and responsible
The Ocala National Bank
An Active United States Depository






Fourteen acres and 5-room house
on Silver Springs hard road across
the road from the Marion Farms;
new drilled well. The property was
sold for $1500 and buyer failed to
make payment. Deed is here and

must be taken up. It's a bargain, f

Real Estate and Investments.
: Merchant's Block
Over Gerig's Drug Store, Ocala, Fla.


Ocala Beauty Parlor,
Mi s Mary Affleck's Millinery Parlors
Hair Dressing Shampoo Scalp Treating
Hair Dyeing Hair Singe
Hand Massage Manicure Face Massage
Face Bleach Switches Dyed
Switches Made trom Combings
Children's Hair Bob a Specialty

Gentlemen's Manicuring

MISS N. V. LAMBERT, Manager.



We have Just received a carload cf the Famous SOUTHERN Wlr
Fencing, Staples and Hay Wire and are in position to make you somt
attractive prices on it. We are tho only dealers In this section of the
country that handle this brand o' fence and have demonstrated in the
past that it is absolutely the. bet-1 and strongest fence on the market,
and running It as we have In competition with many Inferior grades
of wire fence. We have bad come phenomenal sales on It and
made many friends and customers. Give us your orders, if the goods
don't make good we wIU.
Knlolit k Lang

Mr. Will Perry is spending the

DoilMon'M Liver Tone -Act Mildly, but

For Results

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

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week with his brother, Mr. H. P.! urny-uM iPm m.r
perrv i You tay on Your Feet
Messrs. H. P. Perry and C. L. It is the experience or calomel users
Gauldin. and Mr. and Mrs. A. j! that if they take enough of the drug to

Bass were visitors to Ocala Saturday

have the desired effect, it seriously in- j

;terferes with their work the day after.

evening. jt'.ut this is the leas: important item.
Mr. H. G. Carter, of Dunnellon. j for calomel is often a dangerous drug
was giving his friends in Levon the'and acts on the system violently.
I Don't take chances with calomel.
-lad hand Thursday. jGet a boUle of the pleasantp safe and
" perfectly harmless Dodson's Liver

POSTS IFSS TH AX PAPER lone, guaranteed to taKe tne piaee oi

calomeL Instead of making you feel

To Paint the walls and woodwork ; worse the next day it makes you feel

of a room that has previously been j better and you actually are better,
painted Quantity of L. & M. Paint for no rmed- 5n the whole world liv liv-v
v liv-v c ens ,JP tne liver, regulates the bowels
needed costs $ 73and really rejuvernates the system any
The painter's labor about.... 1.33: better than this dose.
Total costs 2.06 You are the sole judge of its merits.

The Court Pharmacy is fully author authorized
ized authorized to hand you back your money

To Teachers and Others Interested
in Education
Ocala, Fla., Oct. 29, 1913.
There has been issued a call for a
meeting of the teachers to form an
association for educational advance

ment and mutual improvement to be j

held in Ocala on Saturday, Nov. 8,
1913, by Prof. A B. Connor, prin principal
cipal principal of the Belleview school. I wish

to say that I endorse the move with I

all the emphasis I can command and
hope for us to be able to make the
association a permanent organiza organization
tion organization and to have with us as many
trustees, patrons and other friends
who many be interested.
Meet at my office at 11 o'clock and

mere win De airecuons given as to j

where the session will be held. Be
sure and come and enjoy a beneficial
session. Very truly yours,
J. H. Brinson, Superintendent.


Two coats of paint cost less than pa papering.
pering. papering. A painted room is sanitary.

without question if it fails to please


No chance for breeding germs. Use you and relieve y-u

the L. & M. Semi-Mixed Real Paint. I Remember, :f you feel constipated
adding one part of Turpentine to two!and b!:ious- hat you "eetd 5 Dodson's
.,, , : Liver Tone. A iar.-e bottle and a zood
parts of the L. & M. to make it ready g.jarantee for 50 from the Court
for use. A child can mix this paint pharmacy. Ad No. 11

it's so simple. Sold by Mclver &

' MacKay.

Adv. ll-'i

Try a Star want advertisement.

Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. &

A. M. meets on the first and thira
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
J C. E. Simmons, W. M.
t Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad

Mayo J. D. Robertson.
Recorder L. T. Izlar.
Assistant Recorder Joseph BelL
Council J. H. Taylor, president
pro tem; E. C. Bennett, Baxter Carn,
C. W. Hunter, E. T. Helvenston, G G-A.
A. G-A. Carmichael, F. G. B. Weihe, C. M M-Livingston.
Livingston. M-Livingston. City Attorney C. L. Sistrunk.
City Clerk H. C. Sistrunk.
Treasurer and Tax Collector W.
V. Clyatt.
City Engineer J. R. Moorhead.
Superintendent Light Plant J. C C-Caldwell.
Caldwell. C-Caldwell. Superintendent Water Works .1.
A. Campbell.
Marshal A. J. Brigance.
Fire Chief H. S. Chambers.
Sanitary Inspector G. W. filere filere-land.
land. filere-land. Street Commissioner Robert

All the late shapes and shades iz
men's fall hats are just in at Water Waterman's.
man's. Waterman's. Get yours now. 9-22-tf


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




IJ. II- Carroll, General Manager Tort V. Lea veil" ood, Business Manager
N .J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as seconi clas matter.

111 ONE


One year, in advance $5.00
Six months, in advance.... 2.5
Three months, in advance. 1.25
One month, in advance 50

ITS GOING TO IJE IMMENSE j scribers hereafter. On account of
j the leaving time of No. 9, it is im-
The employing printers, who will possible to get any but the noon edi edi-attend
attend edi-attend the Printers' Cost Congress intion on that train. It is a good pa-

Ocala, Nov. 13-14-15, will be given a
banquet at the Harrington Friday
evening, Nov. 14. The menu, as
planned by Secretary Rooney of the
Marion County Board of Trade, aid aided
ed aided and abetted by Mr. P. V. Leaven Leaven-good,
good, Leaven-good, business manager of the Star,
is something immense, and it is easy
to see that the guests who eat and
drink thru it will need assistance to
take them to their rooms and tuck
them in their little beds.
State pa-!
pers are requested to copy the f ol- j
lowing, as going far to dispel the
popular illusion that printers can't
have eats when they feel like it.
The menu is appropriately renam renamed
ed renamed the "make-up," and the tables
for the evening will be considered
imposing stones. The waiters will
be galley boys, and long before the
evening is over every guest's waist waistband
band waistband will go to press against the ta table
ble table in front of him. No wrong fonts
will be allowed and off-sets will be
considered taboo.
The title of the dopeTsheet, other otherwise
wise otherwise the menu card, will be as fol follows:
lows: follows: "Florida PrinterV Cost Congress,
Ocala, Nov. 13-14-15, 1013."
A cut of Ocala as the hub of Flor Florida
ida Florida will precede the following verse:
"I like the men who do things,
Who plow and sow and reap,
Who build and delve and hew things
While dreamers are asleep."
Walt Mason.
Then will follow the names of the
members of rhe committee on ar
rangements, viz: Messrs. Frank Har Harris,
ris, Harris, P. V. Leavengood and J. D.
After this comes the menu, ex expressed
pressed expressed intwo languages, American
and typographical.
"Menu" "Make-Up"
Cocktail, Manhattan. Press make make-ready.
ready. make-ready. Oyster cocktail. Original compo composition.
sition. composition. Celery. Plain matter.
Cold beer. Slipsheet stock.
Roast Long Island duck, cranber cranberry
ry cranberry sauce. Finished product a la cost
Asparagus; French peas. Quar Quarter
ter Quarter binding; half binding.
Grapefruit salad. Full bound.
"Wine. Overlaying and patching up.
Ice cream. Enameled stock.
Coffee. Half-tone black ink.
Cigars. Ocala padding.
Cheese; crackers. Standing mat matter;
ter; matter; 3x3 tough checks.
Chagpagne. Florida quick dryer.
Risibilities. U. T. A. attendants.
The Pensacola Journal, which is
-well posted on Alabama affairs,
seems to be of the opinion that the
candidacy of Oscar W. Underwood
in the senatorial contest was forced
on him by the element that is anx anxious
ious anxious to defeat Hobson at all costs. If
such is the case, Hobson's enemies
are playing rather small politics, and
if Underwood should be defeated, as
is not impossible, they will be re responsible
sponsible responsible for something that will
cause great rejoicing among the re republicans.
publicans. republicans. The Interstate Commerce Commis Commission
sion Commission has cut the rate on California
lemons from Pacific to Atlantic from
51.25 to $1. Which was handing
the railroads a lemon sure enough.
The streetcar strike in Indianap Indianapolis
olis Indianapolis is about ten times as big as the
one they had in Jacksonville, but
the governor of Indiana hasn't call called
ed called out the troops yet.
Ever since the new schedule on
the A. C. L., which causes train No.
9 to leave Jacksonville at 3:40 p. m.,
there has been some dissatisfaction
among Ocala subscribers to the Me Metropolis,
tropolis, Metropolis, because that paper sent
them copies of its noon edition,
which contained only about half of
the matter they were interested in.
This was caused by the erroneous
opinion in the Metropolis office that
the papers that arrived on No. 9
were delivered to its subscribers the
same evening. This opinion being
corrected, the regular edition of the
:Met will be sent to- its mail sub-


One year, in advance ?S.OO
Six months, in advance.... 4.25
Three months, in advance. 2.25
One month, in advance SO
per, tho of course not as good as the
later edition.
H. C. Bretney, Florida passenger
agent of the Louisville and Nash Nashville,
ville, Nashville, with headquarters in Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, has received a copy of "Facts
and Photos," the Marion County
Booklet. He sends Secretary Rooney
a list of prominent men, to whom he
desires the booklet sent, and the
following commendation:
"Dear Mr. Rooney: I am just in
receipt of yours of the 2Dth ult., also
ULer separate cover, Marion Coun County
ty County Booklet, Tracts and Photos.' I
have looked over this booklet care care-fHlly
fHlly care-fHlly and it is the nicest thing of the
kind I have ever seen and if this
does not bring people to Marion
county to live, nothing will and we
all might as well go out of business."
No man knows a good thing when
he sees it better than Willis B. Pow Powell,
ell, Powell, and this is what that discerning
person writes to Secretary Rooney of
the Marion County Board of Trade
regarding the Marion County Book Booklet:
let: Booklet: Dear Rooney: The book is a
crackerjack. It is as tempting as a
black-eyed, rosy-cheeked maiden,
and like the maiden-fair, its luring
lilt bids you to the caresses of your
soft winds, your sunny smiles, and
the bewitching greenery of your
land, flecked with lakes and streams
which knocks out men's best inten intentions
tions intentions to put in a day at hard work.
Oh, you Rooney! You almost have
me coming to you and spending a
month in hunting and fishing and
motoring and paddling over the lim limpid
pid limpid depths of your spring. If that
book doesn't crowd Ocala so that you
have to put sideboards on the city
limits it is because it has not been
given proper distribution, and I can
count on you getting them placed
where they will do the most good.
Regards to all the gang; hoped to
have gazed on you at Mobile, but
nary a gaze or a gazelle or a gazoot.
Regards, as ever, Powell.
The remains of Charles G. Gates,
the young multi-millionaire, who
died on a hunting trip to Wyoming
last week, were buried by the body
ofiis father John W. Gates, in New
York City Monday. Young' Gates
had everything he wanted he had
too much, and he lived out not half
of his days.
Experts at Smith College, Nort Northampton,
hampton, Northampton, Mass., after considerable
work have pronounced Miss Ada Ada-mick,
mick, Ada-mick, a sixteen-year-old Chicago
girl, "the most perfect beauty." Her
measurements follow: Weight, 117
pounds: height, 5 feet, C inches;
bust, 36 inches; waist, 26 inches;
hips, 36 inches. The young lady's
picture accompanies the description.
Compared with at least twenty Ocala
girls who read the Star every eve evening,
ning, evening, she looks like a mud fence.
Walter B. Gray of the Carney In Investment
vestment Investment Company, who has been
attending to the picking of the com
pany's orange crop at the groves on
Lake Weir, was in the city yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. He returned last night. The
company will have some 4 5,000 box boxes
es boxes of oranges this year as against
about S30.000 last year. It grows
the well known Parson Brown almost
altogether. Tampa Times.
If the Pilgrim Fathers had landed
in Jacksonville, Florida, would be
the only state in the Union. Why
move elsewhere when one reaches
paradise? Jacksonville Metropolis.
The Seaboard Air Line is busy
sending out Marion County Fair
posters to points along its line and
we presume the other roads will fol follow
low follow suit.
We have a complete stock
trusses and are in positon to
you a perfct fit in any style or size
you want. If in need of one call at
the Court Pharmacy. 10-10-tf

tarLOiMS ffiialths

Hear These and Otlier Subjects and
(,uetio: Answeied at the Ct
( ungre-s at Ocala, Nov. 13, I I
and l.".
Are you sure the i rice you charg charged
ed charged on that last job was fair fair to
yourself fair to your customer. Do
you really know what the job actual actually
ly actually cost you?
Do you know what your fixed
charges are, and is your salary one
of them?
Do you know just what the pro productive
ductive productive and non-productive time is
in each department of your bUSl-
Do you kuow what each solid
hour in the composing room, press
room and bindery cost you actual actually
ly actually cost you? If not, how can you tell
whether your selling price is right
or wrong?
Is your own time charged on the
payroll of your business, and do you
pay yourself regularly the same as
the other employe of the business?
Is your salary such as you would
have to pay some one else to take
your place?
Is your net profit what it should
be for the volume of business that
you do?
Do you know how much you make
on your profitable business and what
you lose on your unprofitable busi-j
If you- own your own building, do
you charge yourself rent the same as
you would charge any other tenant?
Do you figure as expense and a
part of the hour cost, interest on
the money you have invested in your
business, including interest on the
amount it takes to carry your cus customers'
tomers' customers' accounts?
Do you realize that when you al allow
low allow your customer 2 per cent, dis discount
count discount on a job which you made 10
per cent, you are goving him 2 0 per
cent of your profit?
Are you making real money in the
printing business, or are you merely
adding a few pieces of machinery to
be valued as junk by your estate?
Are you making your own prices
or does the customer make them for
Are you attempting to build up
your business by selling your print printing
ing printing on price, rather than making
price and quality increase your
Are you still wedded to that mill millstone,
stone, millstone, "The Filler?"
Are you bemoaning the conditions
of the printing business and waiting
for the other fellow to remedy them
before acting yourself?
Are you ready to go on the firing firing-line
line firing-line and battle for better conditions
and prices, or do you prefer skulk skulking
ing skulking behind and seeing how the fight
goes before showing yourself?
Are you open to conviction or is
your case a hopeless one?
Decide at once to attend this
meeting at Ocala, Florida, on Nov.
13, 14 and 15, 1913.
We can't do more than show you
the way, tell you what others have
done and are doing. Your part is to
come, listen and profit and profit
you will if you do come.
Harry L. Brown, Record Co.,
St. Augustine, Fla.
R. J. Holly, The Herald,
Sanford, Fla.
J. M. Burrow, The Burrow Press,
Penr.acola, Fla.
Dress Maker.
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An elegant line of lasers' mana mana-script
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you have evidently not made full use of its facilities. When you do this you
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Nov. 10 "The Girl from the Un Underworld."
derworld." Underworld." Nov. 17 Edison talking pictures.!
Nov. 18 Edison talking pictures.
Nov. 2 7 Local talent; benefit of
the hospital.
Nov. 2S Burt Leigh, in "The
Little Millionaire."
Dec. 2 Creatore's Band.
S "The Barber of Seville."
13 "The Leopard's Spots."
16 Neil O'Brien Minstrels.
27 Bought and Paid For.
30 Coburn's Minstrels.
1 "Divorce Question."
6 "The Shepherd of the
17 "Polly of the Circus."
20 Mary's Lamb Company.
27 The Spring Maid Co.
Jan. 2S
-Anti-Saloon League lec-
1 Smart Set.
10 A Modern Eve.
23 Evan's Honey Boy Min-
24 Fine Feathers.
2 (To 11) Chautauqua.
14 Rose Maid.
Mch." 19 Paul Gilmore.
The Ocala Lodge No. 699, 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.
CHAPTER NO. 13, K. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday in every month at
1:30 p. m. C. B. Connor, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
To Bond Holders of the Marion
County Hospital Association
Six per cent, interest coupons due
November 1st, 1913, may be pre presented
sented presented at the Munroe & Chambliss
Bank for payment on that date.
10-23-tf Ben Rheinauer, Treas.
Judge Circuit Court W. S. Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, Ocala.
District Attorney E. W. Davis,
Clerk Circuit Court P. H. Nugent,
Sheriff J. P. Gallowuv, Ocala.
Tax Collector W. L. Colbert,
Tax Assessor Alfred Ayer, Ocala.
Treasurer John M. Graham,
Surveyor W. A. Moorhead, Ocala.
Judge of Prooate Wm, E. Smith,
County Commissioners C. Carmi Carmi-chael,
chael, Carmi-chael, Ocaia; J. W. Davis. Summer Summer-field;
field; Summer-field; V t. Henderson, Lynne; D. G.
Watkins, Dunnellon; Walter Luff Luff-man,
man, Luff-man, Sparr.
Board Public Instruction J. II.
Brinson, Superintendent. Ocala; B.
R. Blitch. Blitchton; J. S. Grantham,
Fort McCoy; W. D. Cam. Ocala.
Transfer of furniture, trunks or
baggage. Careful moving of all
kinds. Two of the best teams.
Freight hauled or shipped to any
place. Orders served at once, day or
night. Thos. Johnson, Manager,
residence 207 W. Second St., phone
No. 241. 10-29-6t
Florida Seed Rye, per bushel $3.
Florida 90 Day Oats, per bu. $1.
S. C. Rust Proof Oats, bushel $1.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every
Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock ( in
Yonge's Hall. Fort King avenue. Vis Visitors
itors Visitors in the city invited to be with as
G. L. Taylor, N. G.
W. L. Colbert. Secretary. Adv.
The Merchant's Cafe is a first class
place to take your meals. Open night
and day. J. R. Dewey, proprie proprietor.
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(Mrs. C. L. Biitinger,
Editor for
The following interesting extracts
are from the Ladies' Home Journal:
A ne'.v club year has opened again.
The lcr.g summer vacation and the
busy week attending the home-com-'ing,
the school opening, and the gen general
eral general adjusting of the family to the
winter quarters are all past, and
there is now an added enthusiasm:
among most of the club workers all;
, over the country. j
; During the summer months the
! members cf the different clubs have
! met women from other clubs and
t i
j there has been an aroused interest
i in the work which women's clubs
; may accomplish in the way of civic
! betterment and in other directions.
J Once again they begin to feel their
j power and they are all eager to be of
! service m their immediate commun
Fight for Pure Water
Sometimes a story has a sequel,
and those who were interested in
the first section are often eager tc
learn the developments of the sec second.
ond. second. Such is the case in the work
of the Civic League of New Canaan,
Ct., which work, as described some
months ago, aroused much interest
and inquiry. There is now a note note-forthy
forthy note-forthy chapter to be added to the
League's accomplishments, and one
of its members writes:
The Civic League of New Canaan.
Conneticut, has won its fight for a
better water supply, after a struggle
of a year and a half. After vain ef efforts
forts efforts to pursnade the water com company
pany company to consider the league's rec rec-omeudation
omeudation rec-omeudation for employing sanitary
experts to tell how to rid the .water
of its offensive color, taste and odor
the result of a vegetable growth
and therefore absolutely revolting in
the summer the league carried out
its threat and went to the public
utilities commissioner of the state
A well known engineer helped with
his advice and the league further
employed prominent experts of wa water
ter water supplies and a lawyer to back ur
its petition. The commissioners
gave three days to the hearing of
both sides, sent its own experts tc
the town and then ordered the water
company to install a filtering plant
by July 1st, with all necessary epuip epuip-ment
ment epuip-ment to make the water what the
charter calls for a pure water sup supply.
ply. supply. A Public Service Commission Wortli
Has your city a public service
commission? If not why not follow
the example of the members of the
Woman's Club of Raleigh, X. C.;
who seem to have taken matters in into
to into their own hands and resolved
themselves into at least a committee
of public service?
They have been instrumental in
placing trash cans on the business
streets, where they are emptied
every evening; they have had the
old wooden awnings which used tc
stretch across the sidewalks, and
were a menace to passers, replaced
by cloth ones which can be raised
and lowered at will; they have had
the market cleaned and screened,
the railway station cleaned and a
rest room added in which a bed is
provided. In addition to. these things
a maternity bag is kept filled for the
use of the visiting nurse; and a com committee
mittee committee from the club has visited the
slaughter house and made such pub public
lic public proclamation of conditions there
that the city has established an ab abattoir
attoir abattoir at an expense of $25,000; an another
other another committee inspected the ice
cream saloons and compelled im improvements;
provements; improvements; and a class in sewing
is maintained for colored women.
How Children Hid a Texas Town ol
That the Woman's club is a civic
factor, even in a small town, cannot
be disputed. In the town of Kirby Kirby-ville,
ville, Kirby-ville, Texas, which is a little unin unincorporated
corporated unincorporated .village whose inhabitants
do not exceed three thousand, and
whose chief industry is its lumber
mill, there are plans on foot for a
park and playground for the child children.
ren. children. The first public-service act of
this club is told by one of the club
Having no city officials nor any
way of compelling the people to
clean streets and premises, and see seeing
ing seeing the danger of deadly germs
breeding in
stagnant water and in
discarded cans and buckets, this lit little
tle little club of women took it upon
themselves to rid the town of this
danger before spring opened. The
club being in its infancy funds on
which to operate were exceedingly
small, therefore success of the ven
ture was due to tne patriotism on
the part of the sturdy little fellows
from the best families of the town.
The facts were explained to them in
school, and as a bit of encourage encouragement
ment encouragement five cents a hundred was offer-

! e l. with a one-dollar prize for the
! boy bringing the most cans sacked
i ready to haul. Stations were desig-.

i nated and presided over by club
: members. Bright and early on the
; day named children fairly swarmed;
around with cans. My! how the lit-!

! tie patriots did work; and how nobly. On Nov. 25 to 2S, the Atlantic
I the ladies stood by their posts! Ere Coast Line will sell round trip tick tick-jthe
jthe tick-jthe sun went down there was not an j ets to Ocala as rates quoted below:

i unsigntly can or vessel to be seen
on the streets of Kirbyville. The
greatest expense was for hauling
off the rubbish.
What a Woman's Hoard of Trade
Can Do
A somewhat unique group of wo
men is the woman's board of trade,
of Santa Fe, Xew Mexico. Among the
many excellent things which their
home city owes to this organization

is the building, equipping and main-1 Dunnellon 1.05
taining of a fine public library; the '.Dade City 2.05
furnishing of the Plaza with seats. Edgar 1.70
for the public, and a man to care Evinston 90
for the entire place; the keeping of Eustis 1.50
the cemetery in perfect condition Floral City 1.80
and the caring for thirty destitute Fort White 2.45
families during the last Winter. And j Gainesville 1.45
this is in addition to its numerous ; Grand Island 1.60
minor municipal activities. The! Hague 1-S0
money to carry on these projects isjHernando 1.40

raised largely by a great Plaza Fete.
This is held in June of each year and

continues through a day and- aniisn : prings.

Mrs. R. A. Burford, chairman of
the forestry committee, invited the
members to meet at her home last
Friday afternoon. Quite a number
of the ladies responded and a very
interesting meeting was held. Mrs
Duri'ord expressed her views toward
making this committee one of the
best on the list of the Woman's
ri,,K T"i, ..... .1., r c : i,t.
fascinating and instructive and can j
be carried out in a practical manner.
Mrs. Burford suggested as a first
step in our work to have shade trees
planted out on the hospital grounds,
each member to bear the expense of
one tree, the work of planting trees
to Le intrusted to an experienced
workman. The ladies unanimously
agreed to this work. J
further i
the property owners along the Silver
Springs road to cooperate with the
ladies m having shade trees planted
on each side of the roadway thus
continuing the beautiful effect now!
appreciated in that part of the road
popularly known as "Lover's Lane."
Still another thought is that we keep
in touch with the work done on our
state forest reserve, which opens up
a wide field of instructive informa information.
tion. information. The meeting was Thought to a
close by Mrs. Burford acting as gra gracious
cious gracious hostess by serving dainty re refreshments.
freshments. refreshments. One of the Committee.
No. 1, local leaves Jacksonville
9:30 p. m.; arrives Ocala 1:40 a.
m.; arrives Tampa 6:30 a. m.'
Xo. 3 local leaves Jacksonville
9:30 a. m.; arrives Ocala 1:05 p. m.;
arrives Tampa 5:40 p. m.
No. 9 limited leaves Jacksonville
11:30 a. m.; arrives Ocala 2:30 p.
m.; arrives Tampa 6 p. m.
Xo. 2. local leaves Tampa 9 p. m.;
arrives Ocala 2:30 a. m.; arrives
Jacksonville 6:45 a. m.
Xo. 4 local leaves Tampa 8:45 a.
m.; arrives Ocala 12:50 p. m.; ar arrives
rives arrives Jacksonville 5:40 p. m.
Xo. 10 limited leaves Tampa 1 p.
m.; arrives Ocala 4:20 p. m.; arrives
Jacksonville 7:30 p. m.
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.
The Texas Wonder cures kidney
and bladder troubles, dissolves grav gravel,
el, gravel, cures diabetes, weak and lame
backs, rheumatism, and all irregular irregularities
ities irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in
both men and women. Regulates
bladder troubles in children. If not
sold by your druggist, will be sent
by mail on receipt of SI. One small
bottle is two months' treatment, and
seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send
for testimonials from this and other
states. Dr. E. W. Hall. 2926 Olive St.,
St. Louis, Mo. Sold by druggists. Ad
The Hart, Schaffner & Marx ready
to wear clothing need no introduc introduction
tion introduction in Ocala. Waterman is exclus-
i ive agent for this superior line. 9-22
You should discard that straw hat.
i See Waterman for
: hats and derbies.
the latest-9-22-tf
Rexall Cherry Bark Cough syrup
will relieve vour cold or money
back. For children and grown-ups.
Tastes good. too. Sold only at
Gerig's Drug Store?. 10-25
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3Iarion County Fair
j Brooksville
Croom .
j Center Hill
Candler ...
. Citronelle 1.30
, Crystal
, Citra
Hawthorne .
, Homosassa .
. nverness
1 Kendrick
(Leesburg 1.25
i Lady Lake 1.05
Lowell 60
'Lake City 2. SO
i Martin .
Mcintosh .
! McAlpine .
Morriston .
Mt. Dora .
Micanopy .
Xewberry .
Orange Lake
i Okahiininka.
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i Palatka
Pme Mount
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Trilby 2.05
Umatilla '. 1.S0
Weirsdale 90
Webster 1.85
Williston 1.50
Heturn Limit: November 29th,
(up to and including this date.)
Fares for Children: Tickets for
the transportation of children five
years of age and undr twelve, may
be sold at one-half the above fares,
sufficient to be added to make total
fare end in naught or five. Each
coupon of each such ticket to be
plainly marked, stamped or punched
' i
Asst. Gen. Passenger Agent.
Gen. Passenger Agent.
The winter schedule of the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Coast Line is new in effect. It
is as follows:
Xo. 39 leaves Jacksonville at 9:30
a. m., arrives Gainesville at 12:30
a. m., arrives Ocala at 2:40, arrives
St. Petersburg at 9:10 p. m.
Xo. 9 leaves Jacksonville at 3:40
p. m., arrives Gainesville at 6:53 p.
m., arrives Ocala at 8:45 p. m., ar arrives
rives arrives at Leesburg at 10 p. m.
Xo. 37 leaves Jacksonville at 9:30
p m.' arrives Gainesville 12:37 a.
m., arrives Ocala 2:18 a. m., arrives
St. Petersburg 8 a. m.
Xo. 38 leaves St. Petersburg 8:30
p. m., arrives Ocala at 2:20 a. m.,
arrives Gainesville 3:58 a. m. and
arrives Jacksonville 7 a. m.
Xo. 10 leaves Leesburg at 4:45 a.
m., arrives Ocala at 6:05 a. m., ar arrives
rives arrives Gainesville at 7:55 a. m. and
arrives Jacksonville at 10:55 a. m.
Xo. 40 leaves St. Petersburg at
6:30 a. m., arrives Ocala 12:54 p.
m., leaves Ocala 1:14 p. m., arrives
Gainesville at 3:30 p. m., arrives
Jacksonville at 6:30 p. m.
Ocala Chapter, Xo. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge's hall the first Fri Friday
day Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock and the
third Friday afternoon at 3:30, of
each month.
Mrs. Emma C. Burnett, W. M
Miss Florrie Condon, Secretary.
Foit King Camp Xo. 14 meets in
Tonge's Hall at S p. m. every second
Friday. Visiting soveieigns always
welcome. J. F. Thompson, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clek. Ad
Xext meeting Friday nignt, Nov. 14.
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Xone but first-class workmen em employed,
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Call Phone 267
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when you want First-class
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tables. Vegetables. Corn-fed pork from
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Ocala's best cutter, will
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Miss Ruth Moore since moving to
St. Petersburg is taking an active
interest in basketball and is now
temporary captain of her team, and
has arranged for a game with the
Bartow team on the 19th.
Miss Annie Davis, after an ab absence
sence absence of two months, expects to leave
Ohio on the 20th for home.
Miss Rhoda Rhody, who has made
her home in Ocala for the past two
years, left yesterday for Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, where she will spend a few few-days
days few-days with friends before sailing on
the Lenape for New York. Before
returning to her home in Patton, Pa.,
Miss Rhody will make a series of
visits with friends in the east.
Invitations were sent out to friends
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Culbreath,
of Seminole Heights, stating that
there had been a report that the
Culbreath house was haunted. This
proved to be true Friday evening for
sixty ghosts and goblins haunted the
place all evening. These ghosts were
of the jolly kind, and they had great
fun playing a number of tricks, and
pranks. The guests came masked,
and later they unmasked and joined
in a merry dance. The Virginia Reel
and other old-fashioned dances were
participated in. The decorations
were attractive in Hallowe'en ideas

and punch, cake and pumpkin pie

was served. Tampa Tribune.

roy and Miss Rachel Mixon. Mr. Mc Mc-Elroy
Elroy Mc-Elroy is returning to Orlando with
his bride. Miss Mixon resides in
Jacksonville and has frequently vis visited
ited visited in Ocala.
Mrs. D. M. Smith wrote on a card
mailed in Italy as follows: "We had
a most delightful day; walked out
the old Roman Appian way, through
the Portal St. Sebastino went to
the ancient church of Quo Vadis
where St. Peter met our Lord."


Editor Star: I wish through your
columns to thank my friends for
their many acts of kindness attend attendant
ant attendant upon .the death of my son.
In behalf of the relatives of Alfred
P. Smith, who went to his death with
my son, I wish also to thank the
many friends for their kind assist assistance.
ance. assistance. David S. Williams.


Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Albritton of
Daisy, were among the Star's pleas pleasant
ant pleasant callers today. Mr. Albritton is
preparing to turn his cane into syrup
and will in a short time have it on
the Ocala market.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Gray of Flem Flem-ington.
ington. Flem-ington. are among the visitors in the
city today. This is Mrs. Gray's first
visit to Ocala in many months and
she is very much carried away with
the many improvements of the city.
Mrs. Gray was for some years post postmistress
mistress postmistress at the Flemington office, in
fact, occupied that position at the
time the office was abandoned on ac account
count account of the rural free delivery
route which traverses that section
from Micanopy.

Express Thanks to Those Who Aided
in Their Recent Praiseworthy


MrJames Sfapp, wife and daugh

texand Mr. J R. Fort of Oxford

.made a visit to Ocala yesterday in

Stapp's car. Both Mr. Stapp and
Fort are ex-patients of the hos-

Ben Richards of Jacksonville, ho j pital, and wefeTgeatly interested to

Pie fAiad



is very popular with the Daytona
Beach society set, is spending a? few
days in town, a guest of the Daytona
Beach hotel. Gazette-Xews. I
It is rumored that the attraction

for Mr. Richards at the beach isvnot

altogether business.

Mrs. William Hocker, Mrs. C. H.
Lloyd, Mrs. Jack Camp, Mrs. D. E.
Mclver, Mrs. B. T. Perdue, Mrs. W.
K. Zewadski, Mrs. E. Van Hood,
Mrs. F. G B. Weihe, Mrs. J. R.
Moorhead, Misses Marguerite Porter
and Gertie Peyser are the Ocala con con-tingent
tingent con-tingent in Orlando attending the
federation meetings.

Mrs. Maude HMne has as her

lovaly houge-guesti for the week
Miss Nina Mixon f YJlliston and
her euest. Miss Marie Smith of Gas-

la, X. C.

Rev. J. K. Glass, rector of Grace
Episcopal church, is home from Xew
York, where he went to attend the
general convention of which body he
was secretary.
Mrs. Robert H. McDoughal and
small daughter have arrived from
Englewood and will remain in Ocala
until after he marriage of the for former's
mer's former's sister. Miss Mattye Williams.

Mrs. Mary Eagleton has returned
from Tampa accompanied by her
mother, Mrs. Edward Badger, who
has been visiting in that city for
two weeks.
J. D. Buky spent a part of Sunday
and Monday in Palatka with his
mother and sister, going over with
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Xeck in their
Ford car. The trip was made via
Micanopy and Gainesville.
Among the passengers arriving in
Jacksonville on the Lenape yester yesterday
day yesterday were Mr. and Mrs. Merel McEl-

find it in its superb, new building.
Mr. Sapp told oeif""al!h'enture the
party had onHhe way.They saw a
quiet looking cow staftding in the
road, and used the uiual methods to
make her move, hot she stood still
until the auto was almost touching
her. Then she moved. She kicked

me of the lamps off

intoMhe woods.


Mrs. S. R. Pyles, who is in St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg visiting Mrs. S. P. Bennett,
will return home Thursday.

A resolution was passed at the
meeting of the Woman's Library As Association,
sociation, Association, thanking Mr. E. C. Ben Bennett
nett Bennett for his public spirit and gener generosity
osity generosity in giving half of the gross re receipts
ceipts receipts of the entertainment on Hal Hallowe'en
lowe'en Hallowe'en to the book fund of the new
public library. Mr. Bennett is al always
ways always among the first to come for forward
ward forward to help any movement for the
improvement of his home town.
The association wishes to thank
Misses Porter and Downs for the
special musical program which was
so entertaining; Mrs. Hampton, Mrs.
Goin, Mrs. Chambers and Mrs. John Johnson,
son, Johnson, and Messrs. Spencer, William
Camp and Pezullo for taking part in
the program; Editor Harris, who by
special request impersonated Mr.'
Carnegie in his native costume; Mr.
Rooney for courtesies; the orchestra,
under the able leadership of Mr. Ab Abbott,
bott, Abbott, for courtesies; Misses Nellie
Gottlieb, Jackson and Mrs. Van Hood
and Mrs. Carmichael for the loan of

decorations; the young lady ushers;
tXe ghosts; Mrs. Bennett, and all
others who helped to make the eve evening
ning evening a success.
The association also thanks the
telephone company for a "red letter
dy in behalf of the book fund by
giving ten cents for each lady caller
at their new and up-to-date ex exchange
change exchange building, where the many in intricate
tricate intricate parts of this wonderful in invention
vention invention were so carefully explained.

The association also thanks Mr.

and galloped j Frank Harris and Mr. Jake Brown

for offering lots for building sites
for the library. These valuable lots
are being considered by the board
of directors.

............. ....





(Grocery lepwtaeill


The auction luncheon which was
to have been given this morning at
the Country Club by Mrs. Clarance

!amp in honor of Miss Mattye Will-

ams was postponed.

Mrs. H. W. Henry of Lake Weir

was the guest for the day of Mrs. D.

S. WoodroW, coming up with Miss
Tillie Pasteur who visited her sister,
Mrs. C. S. Cullen.
Miss Fannie Cook of the Jake
Klein store, spent Sunday in Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville with her friend, Dr. Sarah L.


Fresh Fruit: Oranges, Grape-Fruit and
Apples. Cranberries.
Richelieu Rolled Oats, Pettijohn, Cream of
Wheat and Cream Farina.
Self Rising Buckwheat and Richelieu Maple

tore lams smofl 1 i

Fresh Canned Fish and Meats
Of All Kinds




asked in





Four Reels High High-Class
Class High-Class Motion




Biograph Comedy
Biograph Comedy

Kalem Drama
Lubin Drama

rAitic r.n.ii auu uu Hebrew children who

JL in thp fiprv furnace

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

The following are
some questions not

Ocala high school:
An infidel is the father of a male
Ohio was foundered by Christo Christopher
pher Christopher Columbus and Cincinnatus.
Joan of Arch was the wife of
The diet of Worms was the Fin Finnish
nish Finnish parliament.
Monarchy is that state in which a
man has but one wife.
Tobacco was introduced into Eng England
land England by Henry Clay.
Romulus and Remus were a coup couple
le couple of Siamese twins that made Rome

The law of gravity is twenty miles
an hour in California.
The nebular hypothesis is a bright
light sometimes seen in the northern
Fxaticide is a fiend who murders
a college student.
Insecticide is a man who kills his
The treaty of Ghent was so called
because every man bought his own
Julius Caesar had a cadaverous
appetie, and before he died he ate
two brutes.
The government of the United
States is in the hand of the Publi Publicans
cans Publicans and sinners.
Gastronomy is the study of the
stars and heavenly lights.
A misanthrope is a man who mar marries
ries marries his own wife.
The nihilists are the people of the
Nile country.
Alexander was called the great
because he was elected mayor two
Sodom and Gomorrah were the j

were burned


No better story than that which
concerns life in a big city has been
told than that portrayed in "The
Girl of the Underworld," by Jack
Gorman, and which will be presented
in this city at the Temple theater
next Monday night at popular prices
by a company of competent actors
and actresses, with a scenic equip equipment
ment equipment that is adequate in every detail.




o iiuo

Mansta Cad



That every one may have the
necessary information regarding the

! Better Babies Contest, the Woman's

with a girl's experiences in a big
city, and vividly shows the trials and
temptations to be met with when
seeking to gain laurels for which she
is entirely unfitted. This must not
be construed to mean that the play
is at any time offensive, because on
the contrary, the story is one of
healthy heart interest and is told in
a manner and style clean and dis distinctive
tinctive distinctive from all others of its like.

The story of the play has to deal Club makes the following state

The contest will be held Thanks Thanksgiving
giving Thanksgiving day, November 27th, 1913, at
the Marion County Fair, in the Ocala
Lumber & Supply Company's build building.
ing. building. There will be no fees whatever
charged for the contest, and all

The Woman's Auxiliary of Grace
Episcopal church will meet Thurs Thursday
day Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the
residence of Mrs. C. L. Bittinger. At
this meeting arrangements will be
made for donations for the advent

Jerome declares that he is getting
tired of the Thaw matter. It is high
time that a man of his type ceased
hounding a man for shooting a man
of Stanford White's character. Je Jerome
rome Jerome may be held in higher esteem
in Xew York than Thaw, but we
doubt it. Jacksonville Metropolis.

babies under three years of age will
be welcome, the only obligation
resting upon their families being to
present them at the contest head headquarters,
quarters, headquarters, by appointment.
Application and appointment cards
may be had by requesting them of
Mrs. R. L. Anderson, Ocala, Fla.




BEST 7- i'''f '!; '!!

Finance Carmichael, Helvenston
and Weathers. i
Light and Water Taylor, Weihe
and Weathers. I
Street Weathers, Weihe and
Bennett. j
Fire Weihe, Helvensten and
Police Weihe and Bennett.
Market Carn, Taylor and Car Carmichael.
michael. Carmichael. J
Building Bennett, Carmichael;
and Taylor.



For Framniiinisf

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


Phone 19.

Ocala, Fla.

a tree, while canine refers to the
bark of a dog.

J to

The Hart. Schaffner & Marx ready
wear clothing need no introduc

tion in Ocala. Waterman is exclus exclusive
ive exclusive agent for this superior line 9-22

We Handle
The Best Groceries.
This is a broad statement, but we
stand back of it. When we tell you
that in our line is included the fa famous
mous famous Seaman Brothers goods, than
which there is ncne better put in a
package, you may know our reason
for it. And our delivery system is
right up to the minute.
Smith Grocery Co.
North of Ocala National Bank

First of French Mcnarchs.
History concedes that Clovis I. wu ;
the real founder of the French mon- j
arcny. although his lather. Childeric, j
held some sort of tribal rule over j
part of the country which was des- j
tined to become France Clovis was i

a progressive king and vastly extend extended
ed extended his domains during the period of
his rule, frcm 481 to 511. He made
endless ar on surrounding triue?
nd tool -rrjtory right and left L
conquest in 4?:j Clovis took Pari3
by storm and thereupon that city be became
came became the permanen ai of the
French goerrment

Accounted For.
"I must congratulate you, Katie,
said the lady of the house. "You didn't
break any crockery yesterday." "No,
ma am." replied the girl. You see,
I had a bad headache, and didn't fee
very strong yesterday."

New Fuel for Autot.
Rhodesia is distilling alcohol from
cornstalks and using it for fuel in au automobiles
tomobiles automobiles and other internal combus combustion
tion combustion motors.


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


European Plan $1:50 Per Day and Upward
A. M. Wilson. Thos. M. Wilson,
Jacksonville, Florida





! lii

Mcwcr a, Cold Miiii Room


Every one knows tlie discomfort of eating breakfast in a cold dining room.
There is not always 3 flue in that room and if there is, who has the time to
build up a fire in time for breakfast?
The home that is piped for gas heat knows none of this. The heat is al always
ways always ready and only needs a lighted match to make the room warm and com comfortable.
fortable. comfortable. JlP'
Have your homepIped for gas in every room. There will always be found
a use for it, and especially in cold weather, when a little gas radiator can be
attached that will heat the chilliest room.
Let us give yourices on piping your house now, before cold weather

really comes.


Harrington Hall Hotel Building

To Ocala from Seaboard Air Line
Points During the Marion
Count Fair
Seaboard Air Line Passenger pept!
Norfolk, Va., Uct. -1 lyis.
-Marion County Fair, Ocala, Novem November
ber November 2.-'28.
To tiCKet agents at all points named
On account of the above occasion
you will sell round trip tickets to
Ocala, at fares and under conditions
quoted below:
Coleman .
Dade City
Island Grove
..SO i
$ .80
3 25
Lochloosa j4-00
Lockhart It-4 5
Orange Heights
Orange Home
Plant City
St. Catherine .
Terrell ...
Wildwood v ..... ;
Fares for Children
Tickets for the transportation of
children five years of age and under
twelve, may be sold at one-half the
above fare.
Dates of Sale -: :
For all trains scheduled to. stop
at stations mentioned above oa Nov Nov-25
25 Nov-25 to 2S, inclusive, 1913.
Limits : i
Continuous passage in each direc direction,
tion, direction, final limit to reach original
starting point Nov. 29, 1913, prior
to midnight of which date return
trip must be completed.
Form of Ticket
Use round-trip Lomax form of
ticket. Endorse all tickets "MCF."
Baggage v
Usual allowance will govern?
Charles B. Ryan,
Gen. Passenger Agt.
G. Z. Phillips, A. G. P. A., "V
Jacksonville, Fia.
John Boisseau, City Ticket Agent.
11 b
6tory of How an Ohio City Came to
Gets Its Name. ttflH
About 100 years ago a little Feftl!-
ment existed at the mouth of the Man-..
mee river. Its name. Port Lawrence,
was given in honor of the great, naval j
commander. The little town was n$t
prosperous, and five years later Major
Stickney. an enthusiastic but eccentrie
man. founded another settlement right j
next to Port Lawrence and called his
Wage Vistula. Both settlements were


'stipulated soinewnar. dv tae compel-
f tiopj tot neither prospered sufficiently.
; and one year later it was proposed to j
unite the towns. I
i Everything was easily arranged ex- j
r-fpt the name, anil here trouble arose, j
Mjjjor Sti Iiney insisted that the new
coiutnunity :.-r t tlie name of his
part. Vitula, but the citizens were not
prepared to have a name thrust upon
tjtheru .. by one whose peculiarities led
bini to name his two children "No. 1"
and "No. I'.'- This fact in the majors
farnify life was enough to cause any
suggestion from him to be received
The discussions were many and heat heated
ed heated when Willard Daniels, a merchant
jol? -Vistula, suggested that they adopt
tile name of Toledo, the ancient capital
of Spain. He explained that the word
originally was "Toledoth." from the
IlVbrew. meaning "Mother of People.' People.'-and
and People.'-and Mr. Daniel.- said they ought to be
AU! to come togetner under sucn a
Tltre of peace. Another reason was the
remarkable nearness in latitudes of
loth places, in Spain and in Ohio, the
actual difference being only a little
more than one degree. Further argu-

; lj29lrCaents were that it was pleasant in

sound, easy to pronounce and that no
city of the western continent as yet
bore the name.
His reasoning prevailed, and the
united town assumed the name To Toledo.
ledo. Toledo. That they remained true to it
is shown in the fact that their first
L permanent newspaper, was called the
rToledo Blade, in recognition! of the fact
that Toledo. Sapin. was famed all over
the world for the quality of the sword
blades which It produced. Ladies
rHome Journal.
In Korea Males Are Looked Upon as
Children Until They Wed.
jThe Koreans marry very young, gen generally
erally generally between the ages of twelve and
"'fifteen. For a woman to reach twenty
without marrying is considered a ter-

2-WrmTe thing. A peculiarity of these

(weddings is that they would appear to
.be, a, matter of interest to every one
except the parties mostly concerned,
who often see one another for the first
time ion the wedding morning. This is is-because
because is-because In a Korean household the
boys'are kept apart from the girls, the
father and the sons occupying the
tfrpnt; the house and the mother and
aangnrers living in rne rear or me es
tablishment. Moreover, in their social
-life ib? boys are not allowed to mix
with the gentler sex.
.-- Te parents and friends arrange the
match In accordance with their own
inwferts. and if both parties agree and
.Iliabargain is concluded the formali formali-""fTes"are
""fTes"are formali-""fTes"are of the simplest. There is no
rejjgious ceremony and no legal con-
fi t
$ t-firly on the wedding morn the best
' inarf arrives to tie the bridegroom's
pigtail in a knot on the top of his head.
fl?ufi. not only remains forever as an
bmrrward ind risible sign of his condi
tion, but entitles him to wear a hat for
the first time in his life and to be
treated as a man and enter public life.
Hemay be a mere child, twelve years
of age. but he has no longer any right
td"pJay with his boy friends and must
choose his associates among old men.
'He has now all civil rights and is
expected to behave accordingly. If. on
the contrary, a man is unable to afford
the luxury of a home and a wife, he
may reach the age of fifty, but he must
still wear his pigtail down his back,
has none of the advantages of citizen citizenship
ship citizenship and is expected to play with kites,
marbles and such like Any folly he
may commit is excused in the same
way as the naughtiness of a child who
is not ..responsible for his actions.
; The wedding ceremony itself is most
simple. The whole function consists of
a procession when the bride and bride bridegroom
groom bridegroom are conducted by their respect
ive relations to a dais. There they are
a r.r...oiiv c ot
rea(Jv stateil see each other for the
firsttime. Thev iuerelv glance at one
Another, then bow, and the knot is tied
indissolublv.-Wide World. Magazine.
- Fresh oysters daily, "any style."
Merchant's Cafe, J. K. Pewey.lO-3-tf

Fort King Avenue
And Be Free From Her Troubles,
but Finds Better Way.
Columbia, Tenn. "Many a time,'1
says Mrs. Jessie Sharp, of this place,
"1 wished f would die and be relieved
of my (suffering, from womanly troubles. ;
l couia not get up, without pulling ai
something to help me, and stayed in bed
most of the time. 1 could not do my
The least amount of work tired me
out. My head would swim, and I would
tremble for an hour or more. Finally, I
took Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I
am not bothered with pains any more,
and I don't have to go to bed. In fact,
1 am sound and well of all my troubles."
Cardui goes to all the weak spots and
helps to make them strong. It acts with
nature not against her. It is for the
tired, nervous, irritable women, who feel
as if everything were wrong, and need
something to quiet their nerves and
strengthen the worn-out system.
If you are a woman, suffering from any
of the numerous symptoms of womanly
trouble, take Cardui. It will help you.
At all druggists.
Write to: Chattanooga Medicine Co., Ladies'
Advisory Dept.. Chattanooga, Term., ior Special
Instructions on your case and 64-page book, '"Home
Treatment for Women." in plain wrapper. N.C. 122
An Appreciative Orchestra.
Rubinstein had promised the or orchestra
chestra orchestra players a supper if one of his
operas should prove a success. It was
a dismal failure, and he went home
sadly. Presently the doorbell rang
and, behold, there were the players I
In response to his looks of astonish astonishment
ment astonishment they exclaimed, Ve liked your
The winter schedule of the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Coast Line is now in effect. It
is as follows:
No. 39 leaves Jacksonville at 9:30
a. m., arrives Gainesville at 3 2:30
a. in., arrives Ocala at 2:40, arrives
St. Petersburg at 9:10 p. m.
No. 9 leaves Jacksonville at 3:40
p. m., arrives Gainesville at 6:53 p.
m., arrives Ocala al S:4. p. m., ar arrives
rives arrives at Leesburg at 10 p. in.
No. 37 leaves Jacksonville at 9:30
p m.. arrives Gainesville 12:37 a.
m., arrives Ocala 2: is a. m., arrives
St. Petersburg S a. m.
No. 3S leaves St. Petersburg S:30
p. m., arrives Or-ala at 2:20 a. m..
arrives Gainesville 3: 3S a. m. and
arrives Jacksonville 7 a. m.
No. 10 leaves Leesburg at 4:45 a.
m., arrives Ocala. at 0:05 a. m., ar arrives
rives arrives Caines.v iile at 7:55 a. m. and
arrives Jacksonville at 10:55 a. m.
No. 4 0 leave- it. Petersburg at
0:30 a. in., arrives Ocala 12:54 p.
m.. leaves Ocala 1:11 p. m., arrives
Gainesville a. C:.'J) p. m.. arrives
Jacksonville at 6:30 p. m.
Two Meals a Day Sufficient.
Though reticent od many matters
the British officers just released fro'H
a German fortress agreed in one mat matter.
ter. matter. They found two meals a day
sufficient. In England people are
sometimes addicted to five breakfast
lunch, tea, dinner and. supper. The
continental fashion is a snack for
morning coffee, a midday meal and
an evening meal. But when the great
army of Xerxes was marching through
Asia Minor, and city by city had to
provide food for the day, the peopU
thanked God that Xerxes and his army
ate but once a day.
Invigorating to the Pale and Sick!
The Old Standard j-ener-u 'trerrheninr tcrvc
GROVE S TASTELi:. S c..:U TONIC, drivts
Malaria, enriche t'-oM ::--?. Ii.y:M a-.-;em.
A true Tonic, r c r culta aci children. 5.


Belleviev. Nov. 3. Mr. A. A.'
Town, an uncle of our Mr. Geo. E.
Merril. from Vermont, came in last
Friday from Vermont, and will
stop a while with us.
Several hundred boxes of the finJ
est grapefruit grown in Florida have
been shipped from our depot the
past week.
Mr. E. W. White, of Pittsburg,1
Pa., one of aur old time winter res-
idents, sends one dollar, with request
to be enlightened as to .what is do doing
ing doing in Beleview. The dollar is prop-j
erly placed and the news will go for-(
ward fifty two weeks in the yearmhj
ward in fifty two weekly install- j
ments, via the Star Route. j
Mr. P. Adelbert Moody of turpen turpentine
tine turpentine fame, was in town last Sunday,
saying things to his many friends.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Church, from,
that far away state of Vermont, are'
here, and have hung up their hats
for the winter. j
Mr. E. L. Brown, of the Brown
Bros. Hardwood mill, of Gainesville,
was in town last week. j
We are told that Mr. Frank A.;
Norton, of Boston, Mass., who usual- j
ly winters at Candler, has returned)
and also brought with him a brand!
new bride. Every body knows Nor-j
ton, and every body will rejoice at,
his good fortune.
Mrs. A. M. Lantz, who has been j
visiting with her daughter, Mrs. W. j
R. Bryant, left last Friday for Lake Lakeland
land Lakeland
Mr. Charles Brooks, one of the
original Belleviewites, visited a ;
couple of days with Mr. and Mrs.;
Doodlittle. J
Mrs. V. D. B. Pratt returned last;
Friday from a' visit of several several-months
months several-months spent in Jacksovelle.
Mr. M. L. Payne, of Fairfield, this
county, was in town last Saturday on I
business. j
Mr. and Mrs. Fowler, form Cali-
fornia, are visiting with their moth-'
er, Mrs. Herman Weise.
Eddie Rothschild had a mule, his!
name was Jack his age, like thej
old maid's, was uncertain age. So j
Eddie hitched him up one bright
morning and hied him away to the
fastness of the Oklawaha river. I
After changing the name of the mule,
from Jack to Cracker-jack, he ap-J
proached an unsuspecting son of toil,
with a view to swapping. After con-;
siderable arguments a trade was ef-J
fected, and Eddie felt Jiimself to be!
some honest trader. Upon his first;
visit to town, his new acquisition in
the shape of a sturdy little gray
Florida pony behaved all right un until
til until a fast freight came booming thru
and then things begun to
The pony was not used
to those
kind of things where he came from,
and he immediately took steps to
seek a quieter place and before Ed Eddie
die Eddie knew it, he was up in the air and
the next thing he was down on the
ground, .playing pin wheel with a
wagon wheel. After the excitement
was over he christened his new piece
of horseflesh Crackerjack.
Mr. A. B. Connor made a little
flying business trip to Coleman last
Saturday afternoon.
Miss Pearl Dillard of Summerfield
made a short visit to Belleview last
Friday afternoon.
Mr. George Proctor went north
or train No. 4 last Friday and said
hello to a few of his friends at the
Mr. J. Q. Baker, who formerly
operated a couple of saw mills near
this town and who has now secured
a railroad contract in South Florida,
was around shaking hands with his
friends last Friday.
The Hallowe'en party given by the
school children at the towin hall last
Friday night was a howling suc success
cess success in all respects. The proceeds
go towards "buying an organ for the
school and the fun went far towards
making happier and better boys and
We are glad to see Mr. Adam Haf Haf-ner
ner Haf-ner up and around once more, after
his recent indisposition.
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Burbank, Nov. 3. J. B. HaneV
and II. C. Miller made a business
trip to Ocala Thursday and returned
Mr. Charles Brand, of Graham Graham-ville,
ville, Graham-ville, spent Friday with Mi friends
at Burbank, and attended the ghost
party given in honor of. Miss Mary
Lou Turner. Those present were
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. Dyke, Mr. and
Mrs. W. C. Bogue, Mr. and Mrs. D.

L. Graham, Mrs. Geo. Clineman, Miss'.ing: bath and "snts. P. A. Darand,

Pearl Fenton, the Misses Hubbard,
Miss Dorothy Bogue, Miss Dorthea
Dyke, Messrs. J. B. Haney, H. C.
Miller, C. E. Lewis, G. Bogae, R.
Clineman and Harrold Hamilton.
The house was decorated with Hal
lowe'en trimmings which made quite!
a contrast with the ghosts who ar-

ranged themselvse around the room'spring cot, with felt mattress; cheap

ior me nostess to guess tneir names,
guessing all but two. The ghosts

then discarded their graveyard hab- :
iliments and entered into the numer-j A REAL BARGAIN A 28-acre
our gaves of the evening, consisting farm with splendid house and all
of the usual Hallowe'en frolics, necessary outbuildings, barn, etc..
After these a delicious lunch was good well, six miles from Ocala on
served by the hostess. The music hard road. This is worth investiga investigator
tor investigator the evening was furnished by the tion by anyone interested. Address
Turner family, which was much en- H. D., care Star, Ocala. 10-3 Mm
joyed by all present. :
H. C. Miller and C. E. Lewis, ofj FOR -SALE Oak hall rack and
the Lewis Aero Exhibition Co., of ,dininS table; cheap if sold at once
Pittsburg, Pa., are visiting Post-'for casn- Address S. K. L., care

master J. B. Haney.
The semi-monthly dance was held;
in the canning factory Saturday, and!
was quite a social success
A large
crowd was in atendance, coming
from Palatka, Ocala and Fort
Coy. Music was furnished by the
Molin Orchestra of Fort McCoy. Re-!
freshments were served by the ladies
after the dance.
Miss Cecile Bogue, of Palatka,
spent the week end with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. LaRue and
family, of Fort McCoy, spent the day
at Longworth's Saturday and attend-1
ea tne aance.
Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Bernard, of Ft.
McCoy, were visitors Saturday.

.miss reari i-enton, or west ijniia-ithe primary school building. Apply
delphia, who is spending the winter ; to Dr. .R. D. Fuller at his office over
in Burbank with her parents, made' Munroe & Chambliss Bank. 10-6-tf
a few calls Sunday on horseback. J
Mr. H. Turner spent the evening; FOR SALE Ten room house on

at the Worst residence Sunday.
Messrs. Haney, Lewis and Miller
spent Sunday evening visiting Pat
Randall. J

Mr. H. McManns, of Jacksonville. : lier building; fireproof with cement
spent the week end visiting Gerald floor also furnished rooms; all mod mod-Go"ue.
Go"ue. mod-Go"ue. !ern conveniences. One block from,
Mrs. J. D. Archambauld, of Westtne square; rent reasonable. 11-4-tf

Philadelphia, Pa., is spending a;
iilUIilll Willi liCI uiuiuci, .uis. 11
Mrs. F. M. Chaffee was on the sick
list and unable to attend the dance
Saturday evening. i

, ; adjoining. Will sell at a bargain,
burg, Pa., expect to make an aero- . .. TT
, I , Apply, or -write to G. A. Howes, New-
plane flight to Fort McCoy and later a r. ,n
' burn, Suwannee Co., Fla. 10-lo-lm
to Ocala. J
Mr. Oliver Earls, of Ogden, Utah, COTTAGES FOR RENT For col col-one
one col-one of our late settlers, is making ored pe0pie; conveniently located in
rapid strides in erecting his newjd b nart of town:' all new: S6

home in section 2.
Mr. and Mrs. Burtch, of Burling Burlington,
ton, Burlington, Iowa, have rented the J. D. Mc-
Eowen home in section 3, where j

they will reside until their home is streets Saturday, a long, black
erected. j leather note or bill book with pap-
Mr. W. A. Jones has leased the'ers; .on outside of book, "No. 20

Haney-Walke- farn for one year.
The "newly weds," Mr. and Mrs.
L.' J. Davis, have gone to housekeep
ing in their beautiful home, located
east or .Mrs. j. itaueriy.
Mrs. George Clineman has return-
ed from Chicago, where she has
been visiting her daughters.
Mr. W. Roling has gone to Miami
to visit Harry Overall for the win winter.
ter. winter. The Rogers Farm expects to com complete
plete complete the new cane mill shortly, and
then grind their eleven acres of
We hone to see our settlers in the
Burbank district turn out as good an;
evhihif as thev did
as tney am in iormer.
vosrs at thp Marion Countv Fair. I
" , . v- oc
which is to be held Nov. 2o-28, in-
C The6 Burbank band serenaded Mr.
1 til lici j-uui ova a j li iivuui
of his musical talents.
Mr. Ralph Daskarn
has added a

-i -i -. i ? i j ; 1
Mr. George Graham has leased thei
Messick farm for the coming season.
Mr. Addison Brown spent Satur
day and Sunday in Burbank with hisj
Mr. W. H. Worst has opened a
wagon, repair shop on his farm in
section 10.
Mr. Burtch has purchased a mule
and wagon.
Mr. Raleigh Priest spent Saturday
evening with H. C. Miller.
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the money needed to move the crops,
but also those great rolls of bills which
prudent men, in putting away te!r
iigfcl clothing, do not forget tr fcrget
in the rockets thereof, in order that
'hey may come Joyfully to light nexk
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FOR RENT Three nicely fur furnished
nished furnished rooms for light housekeep-
614 E. Adams St.
residence, all modern im improvements,
provements, improvements, close in; possession No November
vember November 4 th. Apply to Geo. J. Blitch,
at Commercial Bank. 10-31-tf
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Per month; very convenient; six
blocks from court
Mc-iBox 330 Ocala.
blocks from court house. Address
FOR SALE Two passenger auto automobile.
mobile. automobile. Fully equipped and in good
; condition. Will be sold reasonable.
! Address, "Auto," care Star
I FOR RENT Six room cottage
.with bath. etc.. corner Watula and
!South Seventh streets. Applv at
southern Exoress Office. 9-4-tf
FOR RENT A six-room cottage
at 509 Tuscawilla street, across from
jFort King avenue. Geo. R. McKean,
Box 226, Tampa, Fla.
FOR RENT Lower floor of Col-
FOR SALE 159 acres of good
jland with 400 bushels of corn, two
mares, one cow and farming imple implements;
ments; implements; well Irnprovecl; seven miles
southwest of Live Oak, Suwannee
county. Also 556 acres of good land
and $8 per month,
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Apply to "W"
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iNever-Break Range Company, Belle
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1 at Florida House and receive reward,
j S. M. .Protho. 10-27-3dt
. WANTED Position as salesman
in Ocala, grocery preferred, by sales-
man of four sears experience in
stores and on road; reference fur furnished.
nished. furnished. Address, Salesman, 137
Winter Place, Jacksonville, Fla.
FOR RENT Two or three fur furnished
nished furnished rooms for light housekeeping.
I Apply this office of 820 South Third
street. 11-4-tf
be in
either roll or flat top; must
good repair if second hand.
at DCe' P11011-
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Ocala, Fla.
FOR SALE Nice place on coast
write P. A. Durand, Ocala. 10-17-6t
Want to know what 21" is? Just
wait and watch. 10-30-tf
REELS LOST Lost on Orange
avenue hard road, two Shakspere
j level-winding reels and one fishing
rod. Finder will be rewarded by
returning same to
Harrington hotel.
O. C. Schwartz.
ll-l-6td ltw
LOST A gold bar pin with name
Jessica" engraved. Finder will
I please return same to this office or
inhn. Mrs Wm. Charles. 11-1-6
FOR RENT A nicely furnished
room with all modern conveniences;
close in. Phone 378. 10-29-6-
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at $1.50 per 100; terms cash. Heintz
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The Key to Paradise.
HRIS was half reclining on a
m sofa, propped about with pil pil-.
. pil-. lows, and In a Chinese wrap
J of magnificent old brocade, all
gold and twisted embroidered dragons.
Her delicate beauty was unimpaired by
any trace of illness, though enhanced
by the unusual brilliancy of her eyes
and a flush, too hectic for health, that
mantled the fine oval of her face.
Matt ran to her, taking her hands
and kissing them, and then sank on
his knees beside her. His cares, his
wretchedness, the misery of his renun renunciationall
ciationall renunciationall were gone as the soft bare
arms closed round his neck and drew
down his head. Somehow, mysterious mysteriously,
ly, mysteriously, he" knew not how. the load was
lifted from his heart.
She raised his face and scrutinized
him with a pretty air of ownership
and a gravity that dimpled at the cor corners
ners corners of her mouth.
"A tired boy!" she said speculatingly.
A wondering, worried, scared boy! A
boy who has been thinking too much
and eating too little, and, oh, dear,
what a scratched boy!"
"I got that climbing out of a Pull Pullman
man Pullman window last night," explained
Matt, showing his wrists. "I had to
break it with a shoe that an old gen gentleman
tleman gentleman kindly lent me and got out in a
Chris eyes opened very wide.
"What a funny, strange, impetuous
boy!" she exclaimed. "Wasn't there
any door?"
'There were people banging that in.
yowling for my destruction." contin continued
ued continued Matt tantalizingly. "1 don't know
what they wanted. I'm sure, but they
were going at it In the liveliest way
with an ax. and I chose the window
rather than wait and find out."
"That was a prudent boy. but but
where on earth did all this happen?"
"In a private car. sidetracked near
the railway station."
"But how did you happen to go
"That old gentleman took me there
the one who lent me his shoe. Paid
me $0 for going and role me there
in an automobile."
"But why?"
"I'm telling it all the wrong end
foremost," went on Matt ."It's an ex extraordinary
traordinary extraordinary story Chris, it's astound astounding.
ing. astounding. I can't make head nor tail of it.
I was actually offered $100.000 think
of it. Chris, positively $100,000 right
tnere in greenbacks to betray a man
I knew. Had it forced on me almost
stuffed in my pocket."
Her surprise, disbelief even, caused
him to draw forth the revolver in
"It's not a Joke. Chris," he said. "1
bought that this morning and may be
mighty glad I did so."
The momentary flash of steel was
thrilling in that quiet -room and amid
such peaceful surroundings. Chris ut uttered
tered uttered a little cry, breathing fast and
gazing at him In amazement.
"You frighten me." she gasped out
"Matt. I'm frightened. What does it
all mean? Tell me!"
"The trouble is I don't know myself."
he returned as a tide of depressing
recollections swept over him. "I am
somehow a blind cog In other ieople's
business, and the thing that hits me
hardest is that they have ruined me.
"What a funny, strange.
I've lost everything. Chris, everything
I counted on to make a start some-
where. I had $4,000 as safe as though
1 u was in tlle banb ajld Us coue sto

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Jen. "God knows tiow. but they have
got it robbed me. Chris, robbed me."
His voice was shaking. The realiza realization
tion realization of his loss was unnerving him.
His shoulders heaved. "1 don't know
which way to turn. Four thousand
dollars isn't much, of course, but it
meant you. I I hoped it meant you
after what you had said: believed It
did anyway: counted on it Yes. you
and I together, no matter how poor,
but with some sort of a home of our
own. And now it's gone, and 1 haven't
anything, and it means goodby, Chris.
It nieany goodby."
He Injwed his head In shame, refus refusing
ing refusing to be comforted, while she whis whispered
pered whispered and whispered that she loved
him; that it would never be goodby.
never. Matt, never; that as long as
they had each other nothing could
hurt them: that he was a poor, pre precious,
cious, precious, foolish, silly, devoted boy person
without any sense at all. who though
he could walk away from love and
leave it behind, like an umbrella. Just
because he hadn't $4,000! As though
it made the least difference what he
had. her lover boy. her darling, for he
was strong and splendid and brave
nnd big. And if that wasn't being rich
what was? And he had her. hadn't
he? And he wasn't to think she was
always a helpless, draggy thing, lying
down on a sofa in a dragon coat, eat eating
ing eating calfsfoot jelly. No. indeed, she
wasn't, but able to go out and fight,
too. and Jump out of a Pullman win window,
dow, window, if need be, as well as he could,
and probably better. Judging by his
poor, cut wrists. And work, yes, work
her hands oT for the man she loved
and he was that wasn't he? He knew
he was that.
Then the great secret trembled on
his tongue, and it seemed impossible
to withhold it any longer, for it had
heroine essential for her to know it.
That it was safe in her keeping was a
sacrilege to question.
Accordingly be told of Lotoalofa, of
John Mort and Mirovna and of his
long. lonely voyages at the behest of
this strange, wealthy pair, who in
that waste of sea and reefs had found founded
ed founded a mimic kingdom and hidden them themselves
selves themselves beyond the ken of men. He told
with pride of their reliance on him. of
their steadfast trust and friendship, of
the silence he had been pledged to and
which he had hitherto kept so loyally.
"That's the story." said Matt in con conclusion.
clusion. conclusion. "If you can make head or tail
of it go ahead."
"Of course he has run away." Chris
replied with intense Interest "And
they want him back a whole hundred
thousand dollars' worth."
"A defaulting banker perhaps?"
"Knows too, little of money I could
have robbed him of thousands."
"A South American president ousted
by a revolution?"
"lie cannot speak Spanish. Go on."
"Perhaps this lovely Mirovna isn't
his wife?"
"I've never thought she was. but"
"The husband Is enormously rich and
is trying to follow them?"
"That isn't likely. Besides, he said
It would shake the world. Those were
his own words."
"How could anybody being found found-any
any found-any man shake the world?"
"That's the puzzle of it"
"You are not positive of his national nationality?"
ity?" nationality?" "Well. I think he's a German. He
speaks German fluently. though French,
too. for that matter, and Italian."

(Continued Tomorrow)
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Friday, Nov. 28 will be observed
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Notice is herebv given that the city
council of the city of Ocala, Marion
countv. Florida, at its resrular meeting
to be" held at the city hall in the city
of Ocala
December 2nd. A. I). 1913 at 7:30
O'Cloelc P. M
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constructed) on both sides of Daugher Daugher-ty
ty Daugher-ty street, commencing at Oklawaha
avenue and runninz north to Franklin
street, in accordance with specifica specifications
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nle in the city clerk's office in the city
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filed with the city clerk of the city of
Ocala at least five days prior to the
-aid 2nd dav of December. A. D. 1&13.
The citv council reserves the right to
reject anv or all bids submitted.
F-e'dent of the Citv Council Pro Tern.
Citv Clerk. 10-28-Tues tf


Ocala, Fla.
At a special meeting of the city
council held on this date, the registra registration
tion registration books of the city were revised and
the following names stricken there therefrom:
from: therefrom: Ward One
Bonner, J. H.. moved.
Bellamy, J. W., moved.
Baker. T. W., moved.
Baker, Charles, moved.
Coleman, W. H., moved.
Davis, E. W., moved.
Duval. L. W., moved.
Feltham, George, moved.
Gray, C. M moved.
Graham, A. A,, moved.
Hamilton. E., moved.
Knight, L. J., moved.
Morgan, S. G., moved.
Mustin, F. Ft- moved.
Pasteur, G. C. moved.
Richbrough, C, moved.
Richardson, M. L. moved.
Smith. W. W.. moved.
Thompson, T. C, moved.
Ward Two
Miller, C. V., moved.
Ward Three
Armstrong, Wm.. moved.
Cody, B. C. dead. '.
Dukes. J. V., moved.
Dreyfus, E., moved.
Dame, A. O., moved.
Evans, W. G., moved.
Gary, Thos. R., dead.
Goin. P. G., dead.
Gibbs. S. M., moved.
Houstin. Jim, moved.
Jones. E. V., moved.
Lucius. Wm., moved.
Lyles. J. W., dead.
Manor. Cebon. moved.
M?Clymond, J. H., dead.
Owens. John, moved.
Parker. M. L., moved.
Pittman. E. P.. moved.
Tavlor. Randolph, moved.
Stewart. S. D., dead.
Smith, W. H., dead.
Tison, J. M.. moved.
Ward Four
Agnew, E. W., moved.
Herzenberg, H., moved.
Johnson. T. V., moved.
Jones. C. O.. dead.
Martin. S. H.. moved.
Mills. T. H., dead.
Mooney. J. A., moved.
Schwerine, I., moved.
Smoak, J. L.. moved.
Wilson, George, dead.
Notice is hereby given that the
council will meet to hear complaints
for restorat'on of names erroneously
stricken at 9 o'clock a. m. on the
Sth day of o vera her, 1913
Notice is also hereby given that the
registration books of the city are now
open and parties desiring to register,
both in the old and new city limits,
may do so by calling at the city clerk's
office between this .date and the sec second
ond second Saturday in November.
This October 27th, 1913.
Clerk and Ex-Offtcio Supervisor of
Rpr'tration of the City of Ocala,
10-27-Tues tf
Maxim of Experienced Housewife.
A wonian who plays bridge has no
right to complain if her husband joins
two or three lodges.